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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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7 Overcharges made

Pork' (YECHT!) Sausage"This by food suppliers to

Talk Issues Bradford County
Is what you're getting submitted a bid on "pure pork lunchrooms are
for pure pork sausage," School sausage."
Board member II.A. Lawson costing the school

said as he pulled a printed Listed as Ingredients were: system thousands of
.: label out of his pocket when "Beef Hearts, Beef ripe I Pork
And school lunchroom problemswere Spleens, Caps, Pork, Snouts, dollars annually Auditor -
:': : : under discussion at Tues Sodium Nitrate, SodIum Ascor- Neil Tucker

I ), day's meeting. bate." told the School Board

I ,,: The label listed Ingredientson Not mentioned was bicarbonate at its Tuesday morn-
j wrapped packages deliveredto of soda, which might be
ing session.
In City : a county lunchroom from needed after eating this mix-
a Palatka supplier who had ture.Response.
Reports were also made by
Superintendent Tom Casey and
( ; Board Member II.A. Lawson
I of instances where Inferior food
Seven city candidates spoke and answered ,, has been delivered that was

for a panel of Jaycees Saturday night in : : \ OK not the bid up to was specifications awarded. on which

political rally in
years.
"We've talked about this
problem for three
The Jaycees asked that candidate to the its time to do something yearsnow aboutit
speeches be confined to a can- simply said he ," Board Member Charles
didates' own qualifications, but a speaker I'll Sawyer said.
the ponel raised Issues through len said he'd On Downtown

questions about restoring down- crowd's vote on And he did-- in the form of
town Starke condemning dan- sat down. r two motions:
gerous buildings, the police department '\'
"I really don't : : I. That a meeting of prin-
budget, candidates
form," said cipals, cafeteria managers,and
living outside the city, sup- Vernon Sllcox. "I C-of-C Feels bookkeepers be held with a
of the
port city-owned
power in office, I've representative of Casey's staff
plant, Icgallzalng alcohol, at-
delve Into these
to review cafeteria proceduresand
tracting industry, and a biracial -
criticize (other ) outline methods of lettingthe
committee.
1 will give you a (board know when inferior
About 100 persons attended the forward look If "The response, I thought, was excellent," reported food Is delivered! or pricesare

, rallv Srhool auditorium.in the Bradford mostof them High Group 2 Merchant's Committee Chairman Brian Hamilton to the Jacked upover the bid price.

city employees and their families Chastain was not Chamber of Commerce Doard of Governors last Thurs- 2. To require bookkeepersin
and candidates and their The three police day. each school to review all
relatives. Absent were Group dates probably good Invoices for the past school
4 council candidate Ewell Law- say than anyone Hamilton referred to the August officials in charge of the pro- term and report any overcharges -
son, Croup 2 council candidate "I've tried to. 20 Chamber sponsored ject, and whose average age is to the Board by its Octobers
Carlton Chastain, and Mayor safe," said meeting of 22 Call Street land- 28 years. meeting.
Carl Hurst, who is without op Ken Fuqua, who lords and businessmen who Both motions
were passed
-Was told by Mizell that the
position. gest hand from came to a definite agreementthat
t But seven candidates were crowd. He makes something must be done official State of Florida road unanimously.
", present and pointing toward the Job a full time > to revive Starko.'a gradually sign at Callahan: designating The overpricing and substitution -
Tuesday, Sept. 14, city elect- qua said. deteriorating downtown. Since U -301 and which has been pro- of Inferior foods cameto
ion. They Included Group 4 In a brief talk, then, several more merchantshave mised by the Department of light when Tucker reported -
Council candidates Ernest Allen said he is said they would supporta Transportation may finally become that t "a lot of food for
yd and Vernon Silcox, Group and asks voters downtown restoration project a reality. The Chamber lunchrooms Is being purchasednot
2 candidate Jimmy McRae, an votes. He! will not "ran Into all kinds of prob-" In accordance with buying
p incumbent and police chief can- his opponents. lems in trying to ge the sign, guides" set forth by the board.
didates Ken Fuqua, the Incum- "We stand to derive some Mizell said. lie said the 10- Tucker said that several cafe-
bent, agd Bill Rosser and Jim- "I don't have a benefitsparking lots, beau- teria managers complained that
my Bowen. City Clerk Merrill say, except that tiflcation of fronts, a clean-up (See page 4)) many items are being pur-
you a good chief, of the downtown. ." chased that are not suited to
thankin cluded. lie Is "What we're really tryingto their, needs.
Group 2 council
unopposed for a seventh term. do is obtain some type of
the chief's race. When he reported that some
r "There has been a lot of Bill Rosser, the municipal parking to relieve ShoppingSurv'cy companies arebiddingone price
trials and tribulations," Mc- from 1961-67, 4)p that problem, and also to beau- and billing at another, mem-
Rae told the crowd of his three racial problem tify the town"to keep people bers of the, board pressed for
terms on the council. Pointingto "Lines of here to shop, Hamilton told an estimate of Just what the,
the city's 1966 bond Issue to be opened up." the Chamber governors at their lunchrooms are being bilked
of $650,000 for a new genera- Starke has a monthly luncheon meeting in out of annually "Are we talk-
tor for the power plant. McRae Rosser charged. the Garden Restaurant Is Set Ing about pennies or dollars
said the council has been told mendous, but Hamilton said a meeting a Tucker was asked.
another engine will be neededby be done." He'd meeting of the committee of 'These
in
errors pricing
1972. But he said, the city officers specially volunteers to work on the down- FridayA throughout the school ,
cannot afford another bond is- recognized and town project will be held soon. would run into thousands system of,
sue. drug situation, He suggested to the Chamber dollars annually," Uie auditor
"But I'm not advocating the Hosser said board that the project be car- survey of the opinions of replied.
ried on more by the committee -
city go out of the power busi- chief in 1951 he local shoppers and their buy-
of merchants and less by Casey said one lunchroom
because that's bread
ness our job of building Ing patterns will be made at
Pres-
and The is the Chamber. Chamber manager reported receiving
butter. problem department lie eight local
Bud :Mlzell that grocery stores "so
ident agreed wclners tough the kidscan't
to with funds for the
come up ed this time he Friday, September 10.
"
in 1973 without would make the "whole con- eat them, and Lawson
new engine a
bond issue, he said.McRae's the I've$112,000 police cept more fruitful." Surveyors will be at the following said a supplier who bid on
never seen
"pure pork sausage" sent
locations from 10 a.m. a
Then Mizell asked for expressions -
group 2 opponent, over. of opinion of the to noon and from 5 p.m. to shipment with Ingredients including -
Ewell Lawson, was present. Following the posed restoration from Cham-pro- 7 p.m. everything from beef
Ernest Allen, first Group 4 tions were posed ber governors: Starke Davis Grocery; ', I Food hearts to spleens.
dates by a panel I Fair, Jackson :Minlt Market on Sawyer expressed concern
as
::: :: :::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::: :::::::::::::::: .;::: ::: "It's all good, what Uiey'ro l'S-301, Pinehursl Grocery, and to the, board
why hadn't been
QWhat is doing" said S.I.. Peek Jr.,
inn-Dixie..
\\r ll apprised of
these matters. lie
,
attracting Industry president of the Horlda !Hankat Lawtey Handy-Way store; suggested that following the
Starke.
McRae"I'm Christensen's Hed\ White Gro- meeting of principals, lunch-
II i i ested." lie tries ":\1> opinion is, still, Uie cery, and 11.. Waters irocery. room managers, and bookkeepers -
the Chamber only way' we can ever reju- I'hls Is your chance to express a letter be sent to each
}: Itae said, and venate the, downtown Is through: your views," says Martha supplier found to be In erroron
::::. .. effort to attract some funds oilier than private," Sue McCain, Bradford home price or quality putting themon
:-:: : Allen- !No said Charles Sawyer, of slade economist who Is heading: Hie' notice that t the Hoard expects -
SlIco>- Said he Gas. lie referred to some type county survey Hie, local survey strict compliance with
:::: :: should work with : of urban renewal project cit- Is part of a state-wide effortto the, bid specifications.
:; $!. fr? Count <(firtrr ., but would have ing Tampa as an example. get consumers' opinions and
:: :::: cost of utilities 4)A "Iliey turned that Into a fab- learn about their. buying Reading from Board policy
porting an effor to ulous citj.I; patterns and practices, Miss guidelines, Casey said thateachcafeteria
n to a prospective There are several federally :McCain points out. manager should check
prices and that
:::: supported programs avail- Twenty local homemakers who any principal
QHow do able for renewal projects, Saw- will act as Interviewers. Ml signs checks to suppliers
:: a bl-raclal yer said, Including one specifically are members of Bradford Ix-: "is ultimately responsible"for
was asked! for downtown renewal tensIon homemakers CluHs. overpayments. lie said that he
offered through the l Department I Every 10th shopper will be needed a "food service pc.rson" -
I "I feel Is
in
Ute
one school
asked system,
of (Housing and Irban Develop to complete n questi-
cessary, he ment.It onalre, which should take no but had not been able to find
Kosser said the one yet who met qualifications.
when I chief. was pointed out by Buford longer: than three minutes.
committee was, the : Mitchell Dial a Ml'I) area office Reason for the survey Is to In another matter, Tucker
Is being established in told the Board that it had a
added, "anything. give consumers an opportunityto ;
CITY ELECTION out""We Jacksonville. Both Sawyer and "speak up", and express possible reclaim against the
have a Mitchell said they are acquainted themselves, Miss McCainsays.: State of $4,956 under the free
with Forrest Howell. the lunch program, and was authorized -
TUESDAY SEPT. 14 mittee! now, "We will also learn about
HUD) official In charge of the I by the Hoard to see It
Referring to last shopping behavior, attitudes
Jacksonville office the money could be obtained.
Polls Open At 7 A.M. I disturbances at and opinions of consumers when
and in the Reno "I was glad to see the turnout buying foods." Tucker recommended that
said: It really exceeded our expectations some qualified person go over
Close At 7 P.M. I ," said President Some 2,500 supermarkets, the complicated forms with the
"I 1 went through : zell, referring to the Aug. 20 convenience stores and independently various school bookkeepers In
Courtesy Of I it. The police : meeting.In owned markets are an effort to have them filled
done Its duty the cooperating In the state-wide j Off| (Uommunltu!! how. The problem other action, the Chamber survey, the first of its kind the State and Federal agencies
school." board: made in Horlda. Store loca- change the forms so often It
5tutt Batik McRae said he -Was told of an excursion tions have been chosesn to re- I is difficult to keep up with
bl-raclal ; through Disneyworld near Orlando present a cross section of metropolitan them.
Account Now |''JAur..d type trouble we by Chamber officials. areas, small towns "Tra.isportation and food
Up to' $20,000 By i any time." John Myers, the local Cham- and rural areas, says Miss ,service are the biggest head-
McCain.
QWould you ber executive, was on the tour \j aches In the school system,"
F. deter| Ueposlt pansion of the ( and "It's going to be fabulous." At least 20,000 shoppers a- I Casey IBid In regard to the
Insurance Corp. plant? lie and other C-of-C officials cross the state will have a I free lunch program, he said
were given a 2-1/2 hour briefing chance to voice their opinionson
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I Darlene Underhill Becomes Bride I Last Resort


Of Mr. Cambell// Home Ceremony rH N Make Snacks


Miss Darlene Underbill,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Vasco

Underhill, and Jack Cambell Wholesome
son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene a N- 4H. ,
Lee, were united! In marriageon *
August 17 at 8:30: p.m. at fr t
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the home of Mr. and Mrs. > _
AppetizingAnd
Gerald Thlgpen, brotherinlaw I
and sister of the bride. _
I( if the kids are gonna
Rev. Bob Cooper of Morgan i snack, offer them these
Road Chapel performed the nup- favorites

tials. '4, Jhaa.h l fI Dip'Cups
Merry Pepper
The
vows were exchanged under -
an archway of green fern *
with a background of branched Florida Cucumber Dip:
candelabras holding burning I 1 : r -, Peel and slice 1 large (or 2
and
white tapers. mull) Florida cucumbers
-- -- -- ----
Carl Hay Filly aw served as 1 medium onion; marinate a4

best man. --....: Margaret Ann Austin ExchangesVows half"hour In 1/4/ cup vinegarand
SmoneHuff/ ( enough salted water to
Mrs. Ethel Bassett, formerly The bride's table was cov- with Donald C. WiseMiss cover. Drain and grind or
of Starke, served as matron
chop drain again.
of honor, wearing a pink satin and ered with centered a white with lace a three-cloth I I' Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Slmone Margaret Ann Austin, Bill Wise, brother of the Combine finely with; softened 8-oz.
V neck Jr. of Philadelphia Pa. announce -
with and ,
gown empire tiered wedding cake. Edgingthe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eu- groom, served as best man. package cream cheese. Add
the and
waist. From her head fell a engagement Austin of Lawtey becamethe Ushers mayonnaise, 1 teaspoon -
cloth was a garland of fern gene were Tommy Wise, bro- 1/4/ cup
shoulder length veil of silk interspersed with pink pom approaching marriage of their bride of Donald Craig Wise, ther of the groom, Larry Brown, lime juice and 1 tablespoon -
Deborah to DonaldR.
Illusion. She carried a long daughter son f Mr. and Mrs. Ralph cousin of chopped chives to
o the
and
poms. At one end of table wasa groom, Joey
Huff of May N.J.
stemmed Cape ,
pink rose. punch bowl encircled with former Starke resident, and, Wise, also of Lawtey, In a Bennett. make dip consistency. A few

Given In marriage by her fern and pink pompoms. Mrs. son of Mr. and Mrs. AlfredF. double-ring ceremony on Friday The bride's table was covered drops of green food coloringmay
father, the bride 'was attiredIn Gerald Thlgpen served the cake huff of Ralford. Aug. 27, at 8 p.m. Rev. with a white lace cloth and cen- be added, if desired.
and Mrs. Eugene Grlffls L.T. Howe performed the cere- tered with a three-tiered wed- BACON-Blue DIP Combine
a floor length gown of white presided Is The wedding will take place :
lace over white satin featur- at the punch bowl. next Feb. 5 in Philadelphia. mony In the living room of the ding cake. Mrs. Joyce Bennettcut 4 ounces blue cheese, crum
ing a fitted bodice and long Mrs. Carl Flllyaw kept the Wise home In the presence of the cake and was assisted bled, one 3-ounce package
lace sleeves. Her veil of illusion bride's book. 90th BirthdayTo friends and relatives. in serving cake and unch by softened cream cheese 1
was attached to a crownof After a wedding trip to Ocala Vows were exchanged in front Mrs. Ruby Moseley sister of Tablespoon dry white wine
pearls. She carried a nose- the couple Is residing at Be ObservedMrs. of candelabra forming an arch. the bride, and Misses Debbie and 1 teaspoon instant
gay of pink and white carna- 550 Comet Street Apartments, On either side were floor bas- Dyal and Darlene Bennett. minced onion; beat till fluffy.
tions with white streamers. Jacksonville. Elizabeth Annetta Flynn Weds D.J. NeSmith will cele- kets holding white gladioli, After a short wedding trip Stir in 1/4/ cup dairy sour
brate her 90th birthday Sunday, mums, pompoms Jade, and plu- to St. Augustine the couple Is cream and chill. Before serving
Sept. 12, at the lime of her mosas fern. residing in Lawtey.Woman's stir in 4 strips bacon
Beta Sigma Phi Frank J. Coadell in St. MarksMiss son, J.R. NeSmith, on hampton Miss Joyce Carterof Clay Hill crisp-cooked drained and

Lake. Relatives and friendsare served as maid of honor,wearIng : ClubLuncheonMeeting crumbled.

Will Observe Elizabeth Annetta Flynn The bride, given In marriageby invited to attend and help a lavender knit dress with DEVILED DIP: Blend togeth
22 AnniversaryGamma daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. her brother John M. FlynnJr. celebrate the occasion with a white trim and green corsage. er one-5 ounce jar pimiento-
The bride given In
basket lunch. marriageby
John Maurice Flynn of Starke ., wore an organza gown over cheese spread. One 4 1/2-/
her father street
wore a
Theta Chapter of New Arrivals and Frank Jay Cogdell son of peau de sole, featuring an em- length dress of white chiffon ounce can deviled ham 1/4/
Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Pritch- waist and stand-up collar The Starke Woman's Club will
Beta Sigma Phi sorority will pire ding bells and streamers. over taffeta with pink ribbons cup mayonnaise, 1 Tablespoon
meet Monday night Sept 13, at ard of Tonawanda, N.Y. and with a slight train. The gown Assisting in serving were trim at the empire neckline, start the new club year Wed- dried parsley flakes 1
7:30: o'clock In the home of the late Fabrlgue Cogdell. were was designed and made by the Mrs. John Cogdell, Mrs. Fred waist, and fitted sleeves. She nesday, Sept. 15 with a work- teaspoon instant minced
Mrs. Richard Rowe, with Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Denton Sum- united In marriage on Saturday bride. Her only ornament wasa Bethman, Mrs. Fred Flynn, wore a pink satin ribbon In her shop starting at 10 a.m. and onion 4 drops bottled hot
Billy Hodge as cohostess.The rall of Starke, announce the Aug. 28, at 4 p.m. In pearl and diamond necklace, Mrs. Tom Stallings, Mrs.Rich- hair. Her corsage was an em- luncheon being served at 12:15: pepper sauce Chill. Serve
Chapter will mark Its birth of a daughter, Hope Rochelle St. Mark's Episcopal Church. a gift of the groom. Her fin- ard Landis and Miss Susan bedded orchid. p.m. The Education Departmentis with corn chips und vegetable
22nd anniversary on this date. on Sept. 6 in Alachua The Rev. Mr Flynn, fatherof ger-tip veil of Illusion was Stalllngs. In charge of arrangements. kabobn: green pepper diamonds
The first meeting was held on General Hospital. the, bride, performed the secured to a headpiece of Illusion After spending some time with Starke All members are asked to at- whole mushrooms,
September 12, 1949. nuptials. Fred D. Flynn of Elm, petals outlined with seed their guests the couple left on ElementaryPTA tend. cucumber slices, cherry
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lamar N.J., uncle of the bride, servedas pearls. She carried a cascadeof a wedding trip to St. Augustine Sets tomatoes.
Members are reminded of Clemons of Starke announce the MeetingThe
orchids and .
acolyte. stephanotis.A
after which they will reside in
the traditional vacation auction birth of a son, Brian Lamaron Party
Decorating the altar held In St. Birthday
were arrangements reception was Franklin, Mass PTA Successful School Lunch
that will be held following the Aug. 28 In Alachua General Starke Elementary
of Fuji mums and Mark's Parish House where The Debbie GloverDebbie directors whet the
business meeting. Hospital. bride graduated from St. will meet Monday, Sept. 13L at For Program/
baby breath. Rev. Flynn greeted guests at Mary's School for girls In Se- 7:30: p.m. In the Cafeteria. The 'students' appetite at noon by
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Graham Mrs. Joseph E. Burke of Cry the door. Standing In the receiving wanee, Term; attended Wesleyan executive board will meet at 7. Glover celebrated her planning how to place the
Saucy Florida Beans Miami; a daughter, Jess stal River, great-aunt of the line were Mrs. Flynn College for women in Macon A nursery will be provided. eleventh birthday Wednesday of menu items on the tray or
lea, on Sept. 7. Paternal grand bride, provided a program of Mr. and Mrs. Pritchard, and Ga. and graduated in 1969 last week at a pool party at the plate. The most attractive
1/2 cup Florida celery, diced parents are Mr. and Mrs. W, nuptial music. the bride and groom. Miss Carol from the University of Florida. The teachers will present a Holiday Inn. arrangement is used.
I/I/ cup butter melted H. Graham., Gary B. Cogdell of New London Flynn kept the bride's book. The groom is a graduate of program attired in clothes reminiscent Mrs. W.S. Clover served refreshment -
3 Tbsp. flour ,' Conn., brother of the The receiving line stood In the University of Buffalo.School of their school days < to the seven girlson
1 1/2 tsp suit' Bradford County Hospital l an- groom, attended as best man. front of the mantel which helda of Engineering and is employedwith and demonstrate school days in the terrace beside the pool Potato growing in this coun-
Dual pepper nounces the following births: Ushers were John B. Cogdell, massive arrangementofglad- Foxboro Corporation. their time. during the afternoon. try is said to have started in
1 1/2/ cup milk of Springfield, Va., brother of IoU and carnations. Arrange- 1719 at Londonberry. N. H.
1 1I/ cup blue cheese, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Earl the groom, and Fred Bethman ments of the same flowers were
crumbled Moss, Starke, a daughter, Anita of Wlliiamsvllle, N.Y. used throughout the hall.
.1 1 cup cooked )Florida Marie. Aug. 31. Mrs. William Shore of New- The bride's table was cov- I '
berry, S.C. served as matronof ered with linen
preen! bound drained Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray hug- a Belgian and
2 Tbsp pimiento diced honor. She wore a lavender lace cloth edged with garlands
gins, Starke a son, Michael
satlnessa gown with braid trimat of Ivy t interspersed with sweet-
Kay Sept. 4. the empire waist made similar heart rose CenterIng
Saute celery In melted butter nosegays. -
until lender. Stir In flour Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Myrl to the bride's gown. Her the table was a three-
und seasonings. Gradually Noegel Starke, a son Larry flowers were purple baby mums tiered wedding cake. Mrs.
blend in milk; cook over low Christopher Sept. 4. and Ivy. Misses Hobble Dunson Charles II. Burke and Mrs.
heat, stirring constantly until and Carolyn Smith, both of Atlanta John Hamilton cut the cake.
thickened. Add cheese and Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Padgett, served as bridal atten- The punch table was covered
stir until melted. Gently stir Lawtey, a daughter, Sept. 6. dants In gowns similar to the with a lace cloth and held two

ill drained bean and pi- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peeples honor attendant's. They car- silver punch bowls. Centering
mienlo. Heat thoroughly ried varied shades of lavender the table was a five-branch
over Hampton, a daughter Sept. 6.
low heat. 4 to 6 servings baby mums and Ivy. candelabra decorated with wed-
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Mrs. Leslie Biggs of Orlando Mrs. P.E. Grlffls left Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Bald Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Batesof PFC George Hamilton of Fort r Chicken Stew
rand David Sllcox !and Fred SUva day to visit her mother In win entertained at a family Jacksonville were weekend Gordon, Ga. was home for the 1 broder-fryer chicken cut in teaspoon thyme
of Fort Jackson S.C. spent the Frankfurt Germany. birthday party Monday for guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- weekend. Gary Hamilton visited 4 "nerving pieces 1/4 cup diced celery
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Baldwin's tenth birth- bie Shatter. relatives in Winder, Ga. over 2 cups water 6 carrot, scraped andquartered
Vernon Sllcox. Mrs. Edward Ensor of Jacksonville the weekend. 2 teaspoons Bait
day and Mazelle DuBose's 16th .
IXllmal1 whole onions
and Bob Godwin of birthday.Dr. Mrs. Paul Maugle of Jack- } H teaspoon pepper
Mrs. Jim Chasteen and daughters Arcadia spent the weekend with sonville was the weekend guestof Mr. and Mrs. J. lIuston Mc- \ w Place chicken in saucepan or skillet with tight fitting lid Add
were weekend guesta of Mrs. Bertha Pearce. and Mrs. D.W. Whlffen Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meng. Clane of Green Bay, Win are water salt. pepper thyme and celery Bring to a boil. Cover I
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chasteenat and family spent the weekend spending this month at the Levy = reduce heat to medium and cook 20 minute Add carrots and
Lake Geneva. Misses Beverly Patterson and Lake onions; cook 10 minutM. Drop Herb Dumpling* by spoonful
Canova ,
fishing at Horse Shoe. Mrs. Ruth Frazier and Miss house on Kingsley Cook, uncovered
((6)) top of piece of chicken or vegetable
on
Mary Long of Mlaml were week- Madge Middleton attended the and also visiting Mr. and Mrs. ha and cook 10 minutes" longer
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Ilobbs end guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. 10 minute Cover tightly
Mr. and Mrs. Levon Andrewsand Retired Teachers Workshop In George Flynn Sr. YIELD 4 to 6 Berving*.
will be weekend guests of Mr. II. Kramer. family spent the weekendat Gainesville Monday to Wednes-
and Mrs. M.C. Mclnnls Sr In their cottage at Rainbow day of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Houston i Herb Dumplings
St. Petersburg and will attend Mr. and Mrs. Don Whlsler Springs and attended the wed- and family of Palm Harbor 2 cup prepared biscuit. mix
the UF-Duke football game In of Folkston, Ga. and Mr. and ding of a niece in Morriston were weekend guests of Mr. I 14 teiiHpoon poultry seasoning/ savorv or thymeJ4
Mr and Mrs. W.T. Weeks
Tampa.Mr. Mrs. Bill Whinier of Valparl- Saturday afternoon. and Mrs. George Flynn Jr. cup milk
and Bill, of Tallahasseeare
so, Ill. were Monday night supper son. Combine biscuit mix and desired herb in bowl! Add milk nnd
and Mrs. M.B. Jordan guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L.D. VIning visited Mr. guesta this week of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jacksonand mix well with fork.I .
visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jor- Carl Mathews. and Mrs. George K. Bennett ,. .. ..,
and Mrs. J.C. Vining In Palat- at Klngsley Lake. The Ben Mrs. Elizabeth Stalnaker ,... w
dan In Orlando over the long ka over the weekend. and children spent Saturday to
will have weekend
netts as
weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Barn-
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Don
hart of Miami and Mr. and guests Mr. and Mrs Everett THE 'NE--l
Ray Tilley In Hollywood.
Re-Elect/ Ken Abrams of Maltland. ,, _
Re-Elect Ken Fuqua Mrs. Jack Carter and son of Fuquo "IlL' """" "
Lake City spent the weekend 00)0 -
Chief of TRAFFIC STOP PICK: -A
Police.
Chief of Police. LTC and Mrs. V.J. Spcng- The
with their parents, Mr. and family gets its last the
sure Sinn of spring:
Mrs. A.G. Loudon. ler, daughter, Debbie, Mrs. ululf of tea breeze as the air sleeveless shirt dress that's I SPORTSTER
Archie Green of Emma Badman, Anne Haynes is let out of the beach ball.o .
Chicago, Bl. to wear and easy to care '.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grahamand easy >jj i :-
and Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Dukes
Mrs. Bonnie Murray is back visited his mother, Mrs. L.J. for. BrlKhtly( printed in color- .
Mr. and Mrs. John Speng- .
after spending the month of Green, from Friday to Wednes and daughter spent the week- o ful traffic signs on navy and 1.
ler had weekend Personality
their as guests Lake at August In Hawaii with her end at Daytona Beach. Old doc says/ he just hopes white checks it's In Lowen- v
cottage on KIngsley
: day.Mrs. stein Fabrics' permanentpress
the
Good Samaritan carried
son-in-law and
Mr. and Mrs. James Herring and Mrs. Gus daughter Mr. H.L. Speer returned Dr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooperand malpractice insurance. cotton poplin \
Mrs. Bertha Fuller and Mrs. Freeman. Tuesday after a months visit family of Tallahassee were
Mary Rowton of Tallahssee. with Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Bo- Monday visitors of Mrs. J.If.
Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Hauck and Re-Elect Ken Fuqua, land In Athens, Ga.
sons of Tampa, Mr and Mrs. Chief of Police. Kite.Mr.
Dennis Williams and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews and Mrs. Herbert Tho-

of Largo, Mrs. Eunice Ward Local admittances to Bradford were In Memphis,Tenn.Thurs- mas and Mrs. Kathleen Goethe
and son, Eddie, Mrs. Bobby County Hospital this week day to Sunday.Mr. of East Palatka spent the week-
Henry and Don Davis of Gaines Include: George Mahalka Mrs. end with Mr. and Mrs. James
vllle. Myrtle Sanford Mrs. Vola and M.S. E.F. Call of McNeely in Lakeland.

Johnson, Mrs. L.F. Smith, Everett Charlotte, N.C. were Fridayand
Mr. and Mrs. John Deal of Prescott, Bryce P. Titus Saturday guests of Mrs. Re-Elect Ken Fuqua, FOR ALL OCCASIONS ijtNr
Lake City; visited her parents, Gladys H.M. Rlcharde.Mr. I
Berry Edwards, Mrs. .
Chl.f of Police.Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hayes,Sun- Quick, Willie Cashmoreand

day. Mrs. Agnes Perils,Starke and Mrs. Donald Bag-
; Vergie Flynn has returned -
well attended the World's National -
Mr. and Mrs. David Scott Mrs. Carrie E. Herlong, Sa- after two weeks visit
Softball Tour-
Women's Live And Ornamental
luda, N.C. with relatives In Mobile, Ala. I II
Sr. of Decatur Ga. are spend- nament Satellite Beach over
ing two weeks with their son- the weekend.
Mrs. H.G. Bollinger visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lewis I
in-law and Dr. and
daughter I
Mrs. O.L, Haynes Jr. her son-in-law and daughter, Mrs. H.M. Rlcharde spent and twins of Perry spent the O FUNERALS Un
Mr. and Mrs. Jan Douglas In weekend with her parents, Mr. I
the long weekend with Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke Tallahassee over the weekend. Mrs. Lyle Buck and family in and Mrs. Adolph Gay. O WEDDINGS( ; I II

and family of Tampa visited Mr. and Mrs. Randy Johns Palatka. I HOSPITAL
her mother, Mrs.Shellle Gerle, i
and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nobles THE BRADFORD I O GIFTS Great with pants, with
over the weekend. and families, and Mrs. Charles Mrs. William Utsey of Lake COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Darby spent the weekend at City and Miss Madge Middleton 0 SPECIAL OCCASIONS separates, with your
Mrs. Esma Yongue and Mrs. Horse Shoe.R.EI.ct. attended a committee meet- Published every Thursdayat
Thelma Dean of Fairfield were Ing of Alpha Delta Kappa soro- 1.18 W. Call Street personal put-together. .
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Ity In Palatka last Thursday.Mr. I II
J.G. Caldwell.Lt. Fuqua Starke Florida 3209 I the wrapped-foot look.

Chief of Police.Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Brown !IMEMHEH: F. T. I). II t t}.
Second class postage paidat I
Tied in the extended
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Com. and Mrs. James and Mr and Mrs. Charles Din- tt
McMahon and family of Jack- and Mrs. E.L. Matthewswill kins attended the Shrine Cere- Starke. Florida I II t sole, chunky heel.

sonville will be weekend guests I leave Friday for a visit monial in Lake City over the Subscription Rates: FREE DELIVERY PHONE:: 964.6291 t tt J
of M:. and Mrs. W.S. Glover. with Mrs. Lila Shaw at Gerton, weekend. I
N.C. They will be accompaniedby In trade urea: $5.00 per 506 E. Nona St. t tL Stump's1jj
Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Fink Jr. Mrs. H.B. McLendon and year; (2.73 six months. t 814.99
and daughter of New Orleans Or- Re-Elect K.n Outside trade 13.50
Mrs. Pearl Pancoast, of Fuqua area:
I DON AND DOT BAG WELL
are visiting her mother, Mrs. lando, who will also visit Mrs. $3.00 six month J
Ella Moody, for several days. Shaw. Chief of Police. per year; __ ___- __- ___ __ rNRM1.7NrLS.O *n w* / -fjBgyyK; > YrJw'rried MtJ ixyrt "




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To Progress .
We Must Go Forward,



But Good Leadership TV e Must BeConstructive


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Is Needed!


Economy Minded!


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What; Does Your City Mean To You





I Pledge To Work FAITHFULLY And FULL-TIME As Your Councilman







When Elected. .




I Will Listen And Talk With The Public At All Times Pertaining To All Situations.I .


Pledge To Work To Give You Dollar Value} For Dollar Spent .O"-J-' (

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5 To Explore All Resources For Revenue Needed By Our City. 4c:



To Look Into Downtown Parking To See What We Can Do About The Present Parking Situation. a A aI


To Work For An Expansion Of Our Present Sewer System.






W JLJL LAW SON
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JCJ Will Serve All The People Of Starke



Impartially With The Courage To Fight For Your Welfare!




REMEBER The Needs Of Our City Tomorrow Are Here Today!




Your Vote And Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated



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N. Florida Fox Hunters Gather Food rv r Rains Bring Complaints ., e
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And Activities From '; "" \ -= ," [ T il .. ', '

This Weekend For Events Here> Prices ';'' (From Pag 1))

THE RECREATION CENTER t, .
:
(From Pege 1)) "" ,E'.,.0' ; (11 no.JI: Is asked to phone the ROM place him was A.R. Kbflfer,
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.. \. Department at 964.8082 Jr. of Keystone Heights.
the crest of the field Judges from
Riding on throughout building a
increasing popularity; of foxhunting Florida and Georgia "I think"we are Stark*. "I wonder if the county; Is
southern style; the monster. In other action Monday the aware of the service the zoning -
REGISTRATION OPEN NOW Street Recreation Center each North Florida Fox Huntera'As- Hounds and hunters will be About one-third of the students Commission board members render free
FOR 1971 FORD PUNT PASS afternoon.The oclatlon: will hold Its first annual competing for a shore of the now enrolled In the county :- AMUSED AT LOCAL of charge," Chairman Shutord
& KICK CONTEST 176 trophies to be awarded and receiving free lunches POLITICAL PLATFORMS Declined to take action on to the
PP&K competition is Bench Show and Field are stated, referring abuse
Crawford' request
competition will be keen Mrs. Winifred
sponsored annually by Terwlll- Trial for Foxhounds. Sept. 10- number of the expected entries as a the superintendent said Aug. 30. 1971 that the be allowed to the zoning members are subjected .
The annual Punt Pass & egar Motors and conducted by II, in Bradford County. adding that those fed without to In enforcing the code.
for groundskeeper
already have firsts and other place a trailer a
Kick competition for boys age the Starke Recreation Department charge are approved by the Dear Starldtes:
eight to 13 will be held Saturday Early indication s are that high piscinas to their credit While on vacation in this area on her property; on San- The commission atShuford's
October 2, at 10 a.m. at an entry of 50 to 60 show L.J.:Kite, Rayonler Corporation principal of the school the visiting friends and relatives, ta Fe Lake on SK-2I. She has suggestion, directed Clerk Gib
Westslde Park.Sevenyearolds. hounds will be paraded before child's teacher and the Wei- been twice turned down by the Brown to write a letter to the
and Container Corporation by chance, have been reading '
Crawfordwas board members "com-
Show Judge Foster Zipperer toning board. Mrs. zoning
fare Board.
of America and amusementthe
with Interest
who will at the Bradford County; Fairgrounds are cooperating advised Tuesday that the mending their service as well
reach their eighth birthday by Friday at 8 p.m. Some with the NFFA In allow- CONTRACT VOIDED platforms, cards distributed proper step would be an appeal as letting them know we're
Jftmnrv: 16. 1972 mav compote. 350 field hounds will be cast lag the trial to be run on their The Board authorized Caseyto letters In your paper from to the Board of Adjust behind them."
A 13-year-old who will be 14 Cotton'sin at day-break Saturday morning property; an area where a write Standard Oil Co., stating citizens and all matters concerning ment. -Asked Attorney Gene Shaw
or before January 16, 1972 will In the Sampson Lake area under stocking and feeding programby that it was no longer, the c: your announced candi- to write the appropriate Federal -
will com- NFFA assures an abundanceof low bidder gasoline. The dates and upcoming city elec -Approved a plat for a proposed -
not be eligible. Boys the watchful eye of Masterof on ; official to find out if the
fox. Show and hunt subdivision of Lake Geneva -
in according to gray action followed receipt of a tion.
pete groups Mai-
age Foxhounds Tommy county can grant the five per
their age on January 16, 1972.* phurs. headquarters will be at the letter from the company stating We. as members of ACA qndLSCA 'known as Lake Geneva across-the-board
the Swim Bradford Count y Fairgrounds that the price of wouldbe canon1ywonderUanyo.nehas Shores, but told St.. Beckwith cent pay
gas
There will be six levels of Valdosta raises Included in the 197071budget.
Both Zlpperer, of on U.S. 301 north. raised one cent, from 20.68 taken the time and pursuit the approval Is contingent upon
competition beginning with the Ga.. and Malphurs: of Alachua. Schedule of events I to 21.68 because of the increase to check the various candidateson his group finishing road work .
local on October 2. Top scorerIn are well qualified for their Friday. Sept. 10.; 11 a.m. In state gasoline taxes. their credit standing of meet- in the development and having -Accepted 17 tax certificates asked
each group in the local con- ,', ,. Jobs, both having years- of experience Begin entering hounds. Show The board took the position that Ing their obligations. Our standard that Inspected and approved by in delinquent lands and
test will be Invited to competein ," .. t. In foxhunting, field preliminaries 7:30 p.m. Bench the company was violating its by-laws. which state the board. Attorney Shaw to take appropriate -
them.
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zone competition on Octo- I...... .. .. 'L., trailing and Judging. Zlpperer Show 8 pm.Saturday contract and said the contract paying habits have long been -Accepted the resignation of on redeeming
ber 9.Each. ; ." ", ,' I will be assisted by Ringmaster Sept. 11 -- Cast at would be transferred'to Cult ecognized by many throughout" "Ed" from the Zoning Elect Ewell Lawson
boy will compete In three rj Wallace Dempsey of Cave daybreak in the field. Chicken Oil Corp.In the States and many foreign Walnwrlght Councilman
: to re- City
catagorlel--puntlng, passing '. 'I.l. ,,.' Springs Ga. and Malphurs will pilau at Fairgrounds, 12:30.: Awarding other business the board countries, as a proven indication Board. Appointed Your
and kicking(using a kicking tee>. .;' <,,,, 't. be assisted by 24 experienced of trophies, 3:30.: -Awarded the lunchroom food of general character and
Sneakers are recommendedfor scrap contract to Mrs. Mildred seldom of an Individual's flnan- ---------------
all competitors. No special Gllsson at $50 per month, the cal ability to pay; this would be
good food for thought for all you
footgear such as football shoes only bid received. j NOTICE
!
-Approved cuua-s; requestfor City; of Starke Voters
and boots can be worn. Shoes
If one does NOT handle his
of the former RJE
must be worn.Trophies school use building for another OWN PERSONAL OBLIGATIONS t Increasing costs of pro- 3
TII Due to the rapidly
will be awarded to ,..- Election (Cont'd from page 1)) how can he be capableof to institute I
: du tlon. The tMegraph finds it necelllMry -
; year.Approved handling YOUR city business
the first three places in the renewal of contract ; I
local contest October 2. Registration ; for County; Health Department and finances. PLUS control of s nominal charge for the use of jlhotoI
Is open now and will SlIco>- The only decision now city's police officers are now services at $2,800 those under his supervision? I graph for announcements and engagements"' .I
cont.1nlthrough October I. All Is taxes times the number of well trained. annually. Our stay has been pleasantas
boys who are interested In com- dollars to operate. RosserThe officer shoulduse -Granted some 45 high school always here and we earnestly I ,
peting may register at the Pratt students permission to take the hope the above will be con- apply
McRaeI'm definitely not in his own discretion. "Whatis 30-hour Americanism vs Communism sidered by the people of your I
favor of going out of the power legal Is not always what Is course in adult edu- fair, and could be much more ( ,
business. But "we can't afford right., In my opinion." The officer -
cation night classes. prosperous, community, with AIRLY USED FOR ENGAGEMENT ,
1 another bond issue now. arrest has anytime authority; the to law makean Is -Approved a one year leaveof the right city leadership. NOUNCEMENTS) _- u ____ ____ $9 UI ,
Shopping. SlIco>>- A lot of people are broken Rosser absence for Christine Bun-
said.
under the Impression the pow- nell. Middle School math teach- Mr & Mrs. Loran Tyson I TWO COLUMN PHOTOGRAPH (CUSTOM- ,
er plant does not make money. QWould you support an ordinance Certified Members American. I AIRLY USED FOR WEDDINGS) ._- $5.00
(From" Page 1)) But Silcox said he doesn't know controlling dangerousold er.Selected "process and pro Collectors Association ,
yet whether It does or not. buildings* ducts" standards as criteriato and La. State Collectors As- I
". McRaeSaid he has be used In accountability Drawer U We will rontlnue to'make no charge for engagement ,
cal chamber contacted State QWhat is the basic responsibility such action Including supported the for accreditation of Bradford Baton Rouge La. announcements 0r wedding write-ups
Sen. Bob
Saunders of Gaines-
IN FAVOIt .TlK' of police officers? schools the 1971072 V ,
two-pit.'Cl during term.
ville sho, In turn contactedthe -- clean-up of trashy lots. Ho Is where no photographs are required.
bikini still itty-bilty and Should each officer decide whenan -Granted a request by Steve
DOT. against dangerous buildings, The use of color photographs" Is discouraged asthey I Ido
polku-dottcd remains a arrest is to be made? McRae said, Starke Is his home. Miller, BEA president for permission ,
ward disposal of the old Brad-
favored swim fjshion. This
-Was told that $1,875 has to have Georgia Life well black and white. I
not reproduce as as
season It Wl'lJrHItS polka dotspatchwork..tyle Fuqua- His officers are Bowen- The city attorney said Insurance ford County courthouse, now
been Co. Interview teach- '
contributed to date toward nil- If the law is broken Please submit" black and white photographs If
in an trained. If the council condemns a build- In being used by the Board.
to health Insurance
the upcoming Oct. 9 Calf ers regard a ,
cotton design by Sea Fash the officer makes the decisionto
ing It must have cash on handto possible.
.
Scramble.Was plan.Approved
ions of California.
-Interpreted President Nixon's
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arrest on the spot.
purchase the building at a I II
told Casey's requestto
bySchoolSupt.Tom BowenPolice officers should price set by the courts. "It wage-price freeze to mean I In order to handle wedding!; articles efficiently.
School Board offices
Casey that school have move
county | Ewell Lawson that
Ilect; teachers who were raised
first we were to go Into such a to the new School Administration The Telegraph requests that all information be ,
only 75 graders this term, decide if arrest Is to be made. and started receiving payments I
the fewest In the last 45 years. Your City Councilman lie said he believes all the project the attorney said weshouldn't Building (former USO) this before August 15 would continue submitted no later than noon Monday following ,

... .. .. ... ... ...... start with less than month, and hold the October receiving the raise, but those I the wedding. Accounts of weddings occurlng
....... .-... ...-...-. - ...-...... $2 O.000. board meeting in the new
II"Q quar- who did not receive a paymentat more than two( weeks before date of publication I Ibe
Is the city responsiblefor ters.Authorized the raised rate before August I cannot used Printed wedding information
keeping sidewalks clean? attorney Gene ,
15 would not be
ANDLANDSCAPE Can city prisoners be used? Shaw to start negotiations to- allowed. I forms may he obtained at The Telegraph office

NURSERY ... McRae- certainly Is.Fundsare I for your convenience. Your cooperation will be ,
C 0 0 P E R S CO. r budgeted for that purpose. appreciated. ,

available.The city uses prison labor when DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ,,

964.8104 For.Fiee Estimate Sllcox- Yes. BRADFORD C0u :
301 North Phone I
( Temple AllenYes.. the city should STARKE I

clean month.sidewalks at least twicea PHONE 961.6200KEYSTONE 'k I.

21Ifi :., fiitiiigrnp41
1' QHow do you feel about I

city candidates; ? living outside the HEIGHTS .| I


between Bowen"This the eyes one" hits lie has me PHONE 17.1-3176: : I _.. I

worked for the city more than -
any elected official Bowen said.
"SHADE TREES" : "The city Is home tc me."

,. Rosser A city ordinance saysIf

Dogwood-Redbud ;.. ,y a person Is a registeredcity Let's Re-Elect
t' / voter he can run no matter
Maple-Mimosa r where he lives "If enough y
people are upset about this, the
law can be changed. That's KENNETHFUQUA
Chinese Elm \ ;. "
... ,/ the best way.
Regular $5.93 .' Sllcox- "It's a hot topic; It
g 0Now needs clearing up." But :Sll-
t- ''fir. I cox said he doesn't object to
Now- candidates running from outside -

Ito Time the city.

QWhy was the police department -
g; $4.95Each To Fertilize. budget overspent in a _
the last two years? For OurOffloj

GRO-TONE PELLETS FuquaIn a lengthy answer
told exactly how much the bud-
; Ortho Clordane Dust 50 Ibs. 3.39 get was over In the past two
years. lie said it was In the
r GRO-TONE ORGANIC red $26
: 5% 49 6-6-6 red $25,000 In 1969-70 and by
1 5 lb. Bag $9,772 In 70-71. Fuqua said he ,
I t\\\t
50 Ibs. 2.98 tried to hold expenses down,
I but has had to build the department -
Beautiful Springrii SOIL SWEETNER LIME up with better qualified
patrolmen and more train-
''f FERN . . 1.49 50 Ibs. 1.29 ing.A

I (Reg. 1.49)) 40 per patrolman week,now the makes chief$125.-said

compared to $80 two years TO THE PEOPLE OF STARKE,
I ago. There Is a bigger caseload

..I I. he said, making the $2- I would like to take this
to thank
000 budgeted to pay the city opportunity you the people of Starke, for the support and cooperation

LEAF ORTHO ISTOX DEAL Judge's In the red fee by for$1,050.each case go you have shown me, as your Chief of Police, during the past two years.I .

"There's no getting around
RAKES Qt. $5.98 It, I'm overspent." I have tried to make the City of Starke a safe place in which you and! I can raise our children. I have

FREE One No. 4 Sprayette Bowen) Said he's not kicking strived to make the Chief of Police a full time professional position with no outside Business interests
on past budgets. "But if I'm
Sprayer elected, the police departmentwill I have served v-?'', the people, as your Chief of Police to the best of my ability.
99 With Purchase stay within its budget."


city Clerk department Merrill lived Edward-within Its I am at this time seeking'this position again. If you feel I have served you well, I ask that you put an

budget Fire and with Recreation the exception Depart of the "X" by Kenneth Fuqua's name for Chief of Police on September 14, 1971.


Lawn Mower Department ments.
; QHow do you feel about Sincerely
legalizing alcohol here? ,

FEATURING.. Allen"It's a good Idea."
It would mean more revenue. KENNETH FUQUA
LAWtlBOY 21" 129.95
| Sllcox- The people should decide Chief of Police


S.P. MOWER McRae"It for themselves would be an advantage J THIS IS MY PLEDGE 1

decide.." The people should


HAHN ECLIPSE bootleggers ROil..- "Preachers would try to defeat and "The Safety and Welfare of Every Man, Woman and Child in -

j RIDING MOWER FULL WARRANTY It." The people should vote on of Starke

Bolens Garden Tractor the Issue.to both There sides. are, pros advantages and the City Regardless of Color" Creed, Religion or Walk

Trans. Axel Drive cons. of Life.

" ;-:1 H.P. Briggs BIG 10 H.P ELEC. START..38" Fuquha-..Slad he has no feelIng -

MOWER ...33" TILLER... WIDE either way but will enforce
'O' the law. Your Vole And Support Will Be Sincerely Appreciated;

TURF TIRES Bowen- wet county; would
i Ira.r.l.Apv.f.
489.95 Regular mean more revenue."Let these .
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1708.50 Now $1,366.80 people who drink help supportus ::
a little bit."


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><(Omx SERVICEMENNavy
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estimated ''130 persons Adults between the ages of 'Ten Commandments'Pay Petty Officer Second 1heOd1em
annually lose their lives In 21 and 85 litter three times Q" Class Jolui D. Fuquay son of c
litter-fed fires; every 12 min as much as people over fifty t444gon1 Mr. and Mrs. John Fuquay of
utes a home is destroyed or ".1d twice as much as those Route 1, Starke, has reportedfor
damaged trash. by a fire startingin;. in the 35-49 age bracket, Bays Off On RoadSince duty carrier aboard USS the attack Constellation aircraft --

Keep America Beautiful. }>.>.:,.+.:n._..nn.._e n....nn.... _-Z64.__nnmnn___u !A+ toM 1Gf. homeported at San Diego.
.. During his first few months
Elect Ew.ll Low.on the advent the motor IL Park all personal pro- LABOR DAY WEEKENDSAW This is a tentative scheduleof aboard Die 85,000-carrler, ho
Your City Councilman vehicle more than two Americans blems at the curb when start- MUCII ACTIVITYThe events with other activities will be Involved In training for "A balanced diet 1.1 what
have died on the highwaysfor ing to drive. Labor Day weekend saw In between. the ship's ensuing deploymentto you eel at a buffet tupper."
every one killed in the IlL When on the road, ob- Iota of activity; for membersand the Western Pacific. -
Nation's wars, from the Revo- serve all state laws and respect their guests. Stag Night Is set Friday,Sept.
TOP DOLLAR luUon to Viet Nam. the laws of nature The Saturday night cookoutwas I 17. There will be a steak supper -- - - -
In fact,more than 1.8 million governing momentum, decele- a real treat with steak so make plans to be there.
and all the trimmings. Tho
Americans have died as the ration, centrifugal force, and
STORE Social Committee really did a The pro Is busy making plans
result of a driver's Improper{ gravity.IV. fine Job of preparing for the for a Scotch foursome tourna-
action while operating a motor Watch out for childrenand festivities.Ten ment for the weekend of Sept. Kntuekq
vehicle. pedestrians.V. teams participated In the 26, so start getting your partners !
One way to help reduce your Don't tailgate 1 Keep Labor Day Tennis Tournament lined up. Details are being
chances of Joining the list of enough distance between your with DeWitt Farrabee and BobWhite worked out now; as soon as they
persons who have met death vehicle and the one ahead to reaching the finals In the are definite so'H\ let you know.
M{ on the country's highways is allow faster vehicles to pass. winners' bracket- Congratulations -Marlon Harrington
to follow the "Ten Command- Make every proper effort to !
ments of the Road," developed permit following traffic to passon There are four matches left )filed Chicken
to play to determine who their C.A. Addison
of and permit delayed -
through many years experience long grades
final opponent will be. There
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by the American tarfflc to pass at the top seemed to be quite a bit of Services HeldWednesday NM ee
truck driver. of a long grade. enthusiasm for tennis over the
While 16.6 per cent of the VL Never debate the right- weekend among both spectatorsand Sunday Thru Thursday
s vehicles registered in the U.S. of-way -- give Itl! players. I even heard we'll
are trucks only 11.5 per cent VII. Never take a drink whileon probably have a well lighted Cecil A. Addison, Sr., 67, of
of the vehicles Involved In the road or before startinga court for night play in the near Hellbronn Springs died Sunday, Open Til 9:00 P. M.FRIDAY .
accidents are trucks. trip. future. That will be a tremen- May 5, after a sudden attack.
Passenger cars and their VIII. Don't fight sleep. U dous addition to our recreation Horn In Italford on April 30,
drivers cannot boast such a drowsy get off the road and facilities. 1904, he was the son of the AND SATURDAY
record. take a short rest. late Ira and Martha Alvarez
The Men's "Two Ball' Coif
According to the truck drivers XI. Don't hesitate to slack Addison. lie had recently retired -
Tournament, which went for 36
from the Florida State
if adhere to the following off and be to stop the OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M.
GET A HUGE you ready holes, was finished on Labor Prison, where he was employedas
sin' :la: "rules of the Instant potential danger ap- Day. a vocational paint Instructor. -
road" your life expectancyon pears. Drive so that your vehi- Dr. II.II. Adams and Dr. A. lie was a member of the
11x14 WALLPORTRAIT 38C the Nation's highways wlU cle is under control at all J. Barry won the tourney witha Baptist Church. For Your Eating Convenience
increase. times. net team score of 119 for the Surviving Is his wife, LottieD
I. Check brakes, lights, and X. Give another motorist 36 holes. The two teams of Addison; three sons, Richard I It's
ONLYof other equipment before starting breaks that you wish he'd give Warney Adklnson Charles R.! of Kalford; Charles W., t a
Flynn and Delona Thomas tied
out, and periodically dur- you! U.S. Army In Alaska; and Ce-
Your Child for second place with a net cil Addison Jr., C.aincsvllle; ;
each
ing trip. of 122. Steve Simmons and Bill one daughter, Mrs. Evelyn
Epps finished third with 129. Thornton, Starke a brother
Mrs. Cleo Hunter ; Finger
2 Days Only! Setter Addison, Tampa: three
Smokey Says: Resident We're going to miss old Bill sisters, Mrs. Lola rittman,
Former
Brown hanging around the pro- Floral City; Mrs. Gertrude jrE
Fri.-Sat. shop. Herb tells me he's going Smith, Ralford; and Mrs. Edna 'I
Dies WednesdayCleo back to I'MJ next week to start Hosier, Crescent City; and ten Lickin'i i
Sept. 10-11 the "Fall Quarter. grandchildren.
M. Hunter.58,died Wed Funeral services were heldat < |V '"V *
nesday, September I, at her The Social Committee met In 2 p.m. Wednesday In Jones
home in Pompano Beach. the Club House last weekendand Memorial Chapel with Kev.
PHOTOGRAPHERS HOURS: Mrs. Hunter, a former Bradford set up a schedule for the, Clyde K Durrance officiating. Good
resident, moved to Pom- major events of the coming Interment was In )Dyal Ceme- +_
pano Beach In 1915 from Hamp year:
One 384 Special' Per Subject-Two, Per FamilyAdditionalIndividual OctoberHalloween Masque- tery. HAT: IN OK TAKE
SubeclJ3| 95 Each-Family GroupIOO per ton.Survivors Include her hus- rade Ball. OUTPHONE SHRIMP
Sublect.No Appointment Nece ary".Bablei-Chlldren-Adullt band, Ernest L. Hunter; three !NovemberCountry; Western Elect Ewell Lowson AND FISH
rues way sons: Leon, Decrfleld Beach; Dance. '. Your City Councilman : 061-5126
pkN4IR01KYnta1NAaastsssrrass Tony, US Navy In Orlando, and DecemberTeenage Party
+ f John, Pompano Beach; one sis- with Junior Golf Committee SUNSHINE STATE 72 1601 N. Temple Ave. 301 North
155 W. CALL ST. ter: Mrs. Ireta Garofalo, Apop- January- New Year's Party!;
ka, and an aunt: Mrs. M. L.Wethcrsbce FebruaryValentines Party, ARRIVE ALIVE c. H. RU.\S1VELL, OWNER-MANAGER:" :
Pompano Heacli. March- Las Vegas !Night;!
Cheek willi lo"allaw. before Services were held\ Saturday MayAnnual I-uau. FLORIDA
burning. debris or tra>hi I September 4, at Krauer"Funeral
Home In Pompano Beach. Bur-

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Elect Ewell Lowton

Elect Your City Councilman

People

VERNON. D.SILCOX. C4IIIISIUlu.rs
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with futuresave
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farmer using an who is glad to go beck k
The economic loss from
My Neighbors school and a dog who is glad
automatic bale -'
wagon can
trafflif accidents f in the United to see him leave.
pick up, stack and haul aa States during January totaled ,
many as 3,100 bales !lit an R 977041.000, a reduction of .
eight-hourday. according jo 1 about $100 million in the Coach Pug Uuderilnnjr of
ftiirlneem' at' the farm equipment division month last year, the Insurance that doesn't pay its players,is
of Sperry Rand. 4 4 Information Institute optimistic about the upcoming
season; no members of last
-- recently reported. year's team are coming back.

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Thes. boys will porode heifors they won lost year In The 1970 calf scramble winners above are ((1-r): the exclfing new AUTOMATIC
Crown Builders the annual Calf Scramble before the Oct. 9 crowd due first row Eddie Matt, Woodrow Griffis, and Roger Starling CONTROLS!
to watch the fifth annual scrombl. ; second row. Jackie Mar, Steve Gay, Andy Harvey, EiIEPLEFI Just. DIAL your tomfartlPush

Joey Sapp, and Ronald Griffis; third row. Dwell Craft OIL HOME HEATER button te start.er
Bradford youths will scramble for step the n.OOftSWU l
cows, chicken,
964-8337 and pig. John demons, and David Sweat. Not Shown: Raymond

Martin, Murray White, and Mik. Reed. now give* you mmmxlng

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WILLIAM (Bill) ._, ,
by Bobby Taylor A Fact You Can

ROSSERYOUR The Bradford-Union Cattle- It Is hoped that this facility There are a number of good Do Better At!"
men's Association will resume will be completed by next strawberry protein food supplements on the
H their regular monthly meetingsat season, \If not In time market. Remember/ tliatmature,
7 p.m.. Thursday,September for our pecan auction. cattle need 10( to 15 pounds of
9, at lie( Agriculture liulldlng DENMARKFURNITURE
In Starke.A select cooking committee rcquont rains this summer roughage;: and I I'i\ to 2 poundsof
will prepare beefburgers have made It almost impossible protein per day just for main-
and all the trimmings. to put up hay. It appears tenance.
Wayne Stephens, new executive that we might have a real shor- COMPANY
secretary of the I I'lorida. tage of roughage for our cattle
CHIEF OF POLICE Cattlemen's Association will this winter. If you have any questionson 431 W. Call St. Phone 964-5827
balancing n feed ration, call
speak to the after the"burger STARKE FLORIDA
treat"group.He Make your plans nbw for your your L'ounty Agent's Office In
should being
cattle winter feeding program. Starke at 964-6554.
some good remarks on the past
4 R run activities of the Association
** and plans for the Annual meet ESTABLIAMID 1904Bcw1cJ

Ing scheduled this fall. .. OLD lASBIOIED VALUES
Many are "
pecan growers

Police Academy Training Ik. not missing attending a real the opportunity Annual Pecan by They Say ''sell m Now "

17 c Field Day !that Is hold at !the .
business
years experience Dig Bend Horticultural Laboratory -

7i!4 in Starke In Monticello each year.
years Police Dept. f Growers are able to hear about

6 years serving as chief ,, and see many of the latest
your ,
,
developments In pecan produc-
tion and harvesting at these 5E,
THE ROSSER FAMILY meetings.

::::_- Tony, Sherri Renee, Bill I folks know can't that the majority of
our afford the latest
equipment for spraying and har-
Dear Friends; vesting pecans and that we do
not have an economical custom -
operator In our County.
I am earnestly soliciting your vote and support in my bid for election as But !there Is always Information D
your Chief of Police. and Ideas available that
will fit vour program to make
1 am running on my own merits, not being financed or run by any person, your day well worth the time c
or group of people.In spent.

the past 2 years the Police Department was budgeted $207.222.11.

The amount spent was $260,502.71, this is an Over Exspenditure Of $53, 280.60In Plans for strawberries shouldbe
checking the monthly bills I feel this could easily cut at least well under way for the 1971-
72
season.
$50,000.00 to $60,000.00 dollars. Cover crops should be turned
:
While serving as Chief of Police from 1961-67, the first year our police early enough to get some decomposition -

budget was $61,000.00 I cut this budget on my own accord to $48,000.00, and bed before formation.soil treatment A soil-

remembering this is tax payers dollars. sample should be taken before acr1"I
Years ago I helped in seeing that the parking meters were moved to help final land preparation to determine -

shoppers and merchants. Now I have found many shoppers who refuse to lime the and need to give for dolomiteor !a basis :! t 1 I t t tt
park or trade in our city for fear of tribual and unfair parking citiations. This for fertilizer analysis and _
must not continue I feel( that a workable solution can be found for parking rates. Soil treatment for ne- __
matodes Is almost a must.
acceptable to shopper and merchant.
Some growers are considering
I feel that there!' has been too little protection for business and homes using a soil sterllant Hal

from breaking and entering in the past 2 years. Through experienced leader- for nematodes, there and weeds.However -
are some problems -
ship and know how this can be corrected. In handling these Mat.

Someone should be trained to cope with the increasing drug abuse problem. erials. If you have questions on C
There should be help to recovery for those that are hooked on drugs and arrest what to use, give me a call. MATCHED) \.1'----
for those who sell them. .:) : AIR\ CONDITIONER( 250 Z>OUJAfW
It looks like there will DO a
During the past year there has!' been 4 large racial distrubances in our city. shortage of desirable strawberry ?/) FNofl *rrWCU&S&

One of these occuring at our school where many innocent children were hurt, plants again this year. ( ::
Many growers are considering f1E177tJJas
and many persons upset! because they depend on the Police Dept. for protectionof the Sequoia, but are hav- dlrHC PE6 /))

their business, home, family and children. I feel like every incident could ing difficulty getting a supply. e rll/G

i have been prevented before they started. This i i" the job of the Police to cope Tloga Other,varieties Florida to 90 consider and, possibly are- 911TtJ /0 /7921 SToiPES /9t1fG Q THUJ T o"yTCW

with these incidents!' before they start. TM
Torrey. cvs1dW4Rs j"wAl
Pop, etq oN A
I feel that too much time in spent on minor traffic violations, while our real Ample labor at harvest timeIs /qjew t'TdA.1f'lIZ..

problems!' are being overlooked. our probably strawberry the biggest!acreage reason will / ?/ /PH 4>t.JA )/!CooNT (c'l' To ;JJJ .xI/PJl//'I t-- 5 of mE

During the 6 years I served as your Chief ((19611067)) we did not have the not Increase much this year.

above problems. cannot Most growers afford the realize per acre this and Investment l?-TJIJ1f'fc'E:) NEn2d'P42' ARg ,Yo- /.vest eI 61) 7///S /J / .S

I feel that my experience in business! serving us Chief of Police for 6 without some assurance "
To ;tAlJ7i? "J of AiR
years, and understanding of our fellow man, I will be able to correct,our current that they can get the c: NTtAI ash PJtJo.s
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problems.In crop harvested. Marketing
strawberries Is also a major YHP"
the event I am unable to contutt: you personally, please!' accept this as my'' problem, especially with the '

humble asking for your vote and support on Sept. 14, for Chief of Police. competition from Mexico and A. RIsTvi I'fiJt" I too.1'0 6. *
I stand on my record and it speaks for itsrlf. Your vote and active support California. tfer/fn paw' $200 c. R1T1111. PRICE ; Do.tf!

for Wm. (Bill! ) Kosser will be greatly and humbly appreciated. PDajIJ Htl"NJJr so. cw I cc.J
According to Hob Allen' manager Do&v j PA1111eN1 t OuJtJ I4fNIi.VT 3Seofscoufur ;
1 of the Marke Slate formers -
!"D. 00 3
Humbly Yours, Market, plans for it new -_ MuU(" 5" ISfJcIJT' 3r33qL1jMc ..!'
market at the old site In
t Mark have'been drawn and submitted r /oD = Df!> o
WILLIAM (DILL) ROSSER OAcquC 5 e> fJ -
to the State Office In AlI1lJt'6 t I 0 :
" TalJahu._. These plans Include ",
(Kt. fut. An. )
cooler space and a covered 8.J.Ja'IIIJI"R.JJ"! awsa.era, / N&cu .. .
i q 4s. 'pas: 4 .
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if platform area that should t.011S cyc&fi**Ir
f handle our production. _1111111I111211'1.,11( I 1I-IIS1 V rrItMSI.WUJ.14 aall..I.aUUl.JjJ.I.I.A : ; : ; .

J'age 6 Telegraph Sept. 1971

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Rotary BriefedOn The Uttle boy down.the/ block "Som of 'tin'formation* to Book ttoret r e s e m m e a 4
5 EscapeInjury Donations Asked To Finance H Civil War who gt, out a neighborhood. the" Grand" Canyon/ dot. book frothy reading for Ike ma*.
01OM billion y.areDttf mer IBMUU. apparently! OB
week
County Volunteer Fire Dept.1,4231ettere In N. Ireland ftetD.papiT'W. a rtoUy every tough fob copying Myt worrifd a tnrittt. are unrdn the theory that the stupidity
attraptfont ere /
In2Crashes I those P.nIOQOTIIIG"'r.f "mv- being added. constantly goes sp with M bamklity.

have been mailed October f r -on- - -......- 1IIIIIb.! ........."...
truck In operation by
r The current civil strife In .
to Bradford resident asking 1 at a cost of about 9850, according -
North Ireland has
religious
contributions to finance the to Fire Chief Harry
overtones but Is not a religious
ogling county volunteer Ore Green. There are 25 active firemen
Ronald Clane Crosby, 29, of department.. In the department now. ward as such Father James
Starhe was taken to the Brad Over the past 12 month per- The department II asking, Cretan of St. Edwards Catholic r
ord County Hospital Saturdaynight iod, the county volunteers answered for an associate membership Church told members of the NIT
where he was treated 62 calls. Included were $10 from commercial concerns: Starke Rotary Club at their
and released following a two 17 house fires, 32 fires threat- such as chicken houses, and Wednesday,, Sept. 1, meeting.
car wreck on SR-100 in Starke. ening houses, nine car fires, $5 for a residence.
According to City Patrolman and four rescue operations. If everyone solicited would Father Cretan recently returned -
Mervln H. Jackson and witnesses Expenses for the comins year donate Just the requested a- from a visit to his native J
Crosby was traveling easton are estintated at $3,170. The mount the department would home In South Ireland and
SR- OO at 70-80 mph when a figure Includes $1,050 for firehouse have funds In excess of Its anticipated said the situation was tanta- a
vehicle driven by Phillip Jotn- njalntenance, $570 for expenses. Chief Green mount to "a 17th Century War
r of Starke pulled off of radios and maintenance of radios points out."Response, being fought In 1971." He said I
E>ratt Street and Into the path' $300 to operate trucks, In the past has that due to the compiex nature -
of Crosby's rushing car. and $1,250 for new equipmentfor exceeded all expectations," of the conflict It was Impossible -
Crosby, due to his high rate a neW truck and fire hoses. Green said. to see a solution at
of speed witnesses said could Just over two years old, the Contributions may be mailed the present time, his own I
not reduce his speed In time department has already been to Bradford County Volunteer -ii Idea would be complete abol-
and swerved to the left In an given a second truck by the Fire Department, P.O.Box 786, ishment of the present govern- I
vain attempt to miss the Jointer Florida Department of Fores Starke. Over $200 was In Tuesday ment In Belfast, putting North
car. Crosby's 1965: Oldsmobile try. It Is planned to have the from requests mailed Fri r- Ireland (a British colony) entirely I L
struck Jointer's 1970 day. GAME Coats under English Control. d
hevrolet In the left rear side, TilE SKIN -attitudefor
hide-bound I
pinning It around 180 degrees, take fall a as evidenced In this The speaker said that many
here It came to rest against Theressa Canoe midi that looks like real things other than religion (CatholicProtestant -
the curb on the south side ofthe snukeskin. Made from rep- ) are InvolvedIn
road. tile-printed cotton covered the guerilla war, Including
Crosby's vehicle meanwhile StudentsTo Motor with vinyl the coat Is water.proofnndcanbedrycleaned. ancient prejudices and hatreds,
fear, politics, discrimination,
continued onto the curb on thenorth A wide black belt accents and other factors. He said that
side of the highway wheret the Smart Maid of California elections are gerrymandered,
ran up Into the yard of W.E. MoveDue StolenA design and that only those who ownroperty IS WITH GRATITUDE AND AN HUMBLE SPIRIT THATI

Torode Jr. and struck a palm -. '" are allowed to vote.

tree tearing the tree out by 12-hp ou*'.;/ard motor, a 'If you own a great deal of THANK EACH CITIZEN FOR RETURNING ME TO THE
ts roots and turning the run- to Increased enrollmentat tank, and a 16-foot canoe property you can vote more
gas 'ttv *
onto Its side wheret than once, he added.
way car the Hampton School, approx- from the Hampton
stolen
t finally came to rest against imately 23 students from the were Lake dock of Francis Meng OFFICE OF MAYOR, UNOPPOSED IT IS AN HONOR
i pine tree.Crosby Theressa area will be trans- time Saturday night, according About five million people live
later admitted,having to South- some In Ireland, which is about the
ferred from Hampton
Sheriff's
the Bradford -
runk 6 to 7 beers to Police side Elementary effective Mon- Office.to v size of the state of Ohio, Father AND PRIVILEGE TO BE OF SERVICE TO YOU AT ALL

Ulcer, and was charged: with day, Sept. 13, the School Board It Is about the 15th such theft Cregan said. Following
reckless driving, both willful decided Tuesday. that has taken place this summer / the War of Independence from TIMES, AND TO CONTINUE TO STRIVE FOR FAIRNESS,
nd wanton. Supt. Tom Casey reportedthat according to Chief Deputy England which started In 1916,
Olds total Ireland was divided Into South
Crosby's was a opening enrollment at Reddish.
oss and damage to the Jointer Hampton was 232, an Increaseof Sheriff"Very Dolph few of the motors have /1 Ireland, which Is an indepen- HONESTY AND UNDERSTANDING IN CARRYING OUT THE
ehicle was estimated at $800. about 17 students over lastyear's been recovered. There seems dent republic, and North Ire-

Saturday afternoon a Lake average daily attendanceof to be pattern to these thefts," land, a British colony. DUTIES OF THIS OFFICE.
Sutler trio escaped Injury as The school was designed -
215. Deputy Reddish says. lie has Father Cregan said that In
Jielr vehicle pulled out Intoe of 220
for
capacity
a warned repeatedly against leav- both sides
Ms opinion, are
path of a motor home drl-
students. and outboard motors
ing boats that
"When
say
wrong. you
en by Henry Victor Carbon said the Increase resulted -
Casey where they can easily be stolen God
God Is greater than your ,
.f Oklawaha, Fla. in overcrowding of some
by passers-by. you're in trouble," he con- CARL HURSTSkide's
According to Trooper J.C. classes and recommended that Outboard motors this summer -- --.--.- cluded.
Cone Jr. of the Florida Highway one of the following alterna- have been stolen off boats -
Patrol, Carol Kaye tives be considered by the while parked in owner's car- TilE SHORTS CIRCUIT-
Freeman 30, of Lake Butler Board: Transfer Theressa students port Reddish points out.
backed out from a private drive to Southslde;move Hampton "It's one of the biggest things
way on SR-100 and into the path 6th grade to Bradford Mid- we've got going now." I
of the motor home which was dle School; or place tempor- Meng's motor Is a 12-hp El-
eaded south on SR-100. ary classroom Caclll at Hamp. gin. The stolen canoe yellow. SaleKeep
The accident occured 2.2 Both were taken from Meng's Pre-Season Heating
miles west of Lake Butler on ton.Chairman Rodney Hall, who private landing sometime Sat-
SR-100 around 2:45: p.m. lives at Theressa, said of the urday night But the boat on
Damage to the Freeman's 1962 three proposals he preferred which the motor was attachedwas
alcon was estimated at $300 transferring the students to left at the landing.

and Diane$600 Freeman to the ,motor age I home., and Southside approximately, since the the same distanceis as Your Home As Warm As A Sunny Day All Winter Long

Diana Freeman, age 19, escaped it is to Hampton.
with out Injury as did The board agreed that the

,the drivers and an occupantIn change should be made as soon Growth of the Hampton SchoolIs
the motor home identifiedas as possible to prevent disruption attributed to families mov- DOES EVERYTHING
to the students after they
Delores Caroni. ing Into new homes around .
get well into the school year.A .
Hampton Lake and Into a trailer -
motion to make the trans-
DDT and the SST convinces park near the Santa Fe
fer to South side was unanimously -
fire tower. The lake area between -
Tilly that anything with three approved. Theressa and Keystone
i,.., Hall said yesterday that a egsla.
Is also growing, It was
initials must be bad for the meeting was held with bus dri- Heights .
ecology. vers Wednesday morning to pointed out
details of the change
e e e work out
i\ nationwide! hula 'hoop con- and that everything would be *
test alfrnc's' 000017 entrants In readiness by Monday. A new chemical balled as
Who says that the great old being able to remove graffiti
from walls: unless we'd rather .
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Welcome. To Medicare
-- CITIZENS --- Gap Hampton

You'". heard.ot Uw Reiteration lap and the communication
I am greatly honored as with the difficult problems 01 .ap? Now then, kino th. Medicare. RHP naps in the CO".,''.. Election Vote For
or cnar>e> not picked up by the two tundircl,. Medicare hoipllal
\ ford uunSenior Citizens low Income soaring costs, and medical Insurance plane For Instance'

i\ ; health care short supply of decent '...,"'.... And Support
Club to be Invited by President housing within their ability; ,. .. Tuesday /
Nixon to attend the White to pay minimum employment "I
.:"l .
Conference Aging. Much or tho 1111 tot ex.o
house! on transportationand J\
opportunities :
a delegate. With the knowledge keeping dignity and independence _. r. + ) covered tended hospital by :Medicare itayt and are mum not Hampton voters will go to I. CA LTONCI'IASTAIN aw

and problems of the elderly With proper education ,':--. '.'.
I believe I can contribute older people do not only '. .. -'"" '..c; ''II a mayor, city clerk city;
't marshal, and two councllmen.
somethng from my experience ''''
help themselves but can also 1'' Y
to this most Important I i I/Miff I Polls will open at 7 a.m. and
Conference dealing with bring Constructive: changes In l I" -jA.1. close at 7 p.m. at the city; hail

he( lives of 26 million seniors our eo lety. robe" and actm- t I IPresent I.".. .. Competing In the four con-
and disabled citizens of our Retirement Medicare plant do p .. oJ" tests are: _
Country.The this does not mean that the elderly not allow fur full payment forprivate t't 1f h.l uls\ For mayor: Arthur Bruno and FOR
e and sit in their duty nunlng coats, !
results of the last White g .. \.....1 &. P.M. Lot Jr.
House Conference on Aging In rocking chairs. This can be a i L ..;> I ) ./ For city; clerk: Lillian S. In-
1961 was responsible for leg satisfying time of life from ; J! 't genlath and Karan Supsky. an COUNCILMANGROUP

islating our president Medicare which we can transfer know- __ 't\\, For city; marshal: Ted Cur-
Program In 1963. We hope ledge and experience to those or "I.Iv'1 tiss, Ilershel Parker Wliiard
( Untlor the voluntary MenilI /
who will surely take our place.
this Confer- ...11)1: ,. Thomas. 4
to accomplish at .I I rare Insurance plnn 11(1) per
ence a three year span Instead Spiritual well-belng-Rell- w). "I\'j.l < cont of the rhurmn fur the For councilmen (two to be
glous beliefs are a sustaining \ V\-; N.physlclatiii." medical .
of ten to keep up with / 1 suppllos.r elected): Grace Heal, A.C. Dennlson -
years force In old age this becomes \ 1 1i.7 ; ", \ and Mrvltei ere paid by Modp"
changing conditions.All Important. Religious organiza- l; 1. '(:.f I' icare with the remaining JO P.M. Lot, Sr., Virginia A Man Who Will Serve Your
senior citizens should tions should not restrict them- -.---. II" "-/ .j ;J..t: ;'. per cent picked up by I ho pn Roark.
I. f \ (bent
the C
have pensions above poverty V
selves only to the spiritual Rwent chnnuua In the Mndlcara e e e With
; level. Widows dependenton act Increiuuid duductlblm far City
but should work within Honesty
their husband's Social Security sphere hospital beneflM patlnnts now pay SIlO fur hospital charges
the framework of a healthy 115 par day from the flint to the With day In the honplUil, and Someday/ in never-never land
Tensions should be boosted bdy and the spiritual mind. $::.1(1( per day. from the Hint day durum Una of the outfit HU day a governmental agency/ will
to 100%. This combination would resultIn lifetime renerve Many advisors lay that Sound retirement explain (hat it can't do itt
On health The highest quality pliirmlnK cults for nupplvmentnl medical and health Innuranre lu job because it i is overstated.
a healthy attitude to life and fill In the gaps In Medicare
comprehensive services Is
freedom fromdespalr.
a major need of the elderly asa
Summing upThese are onlya
right without regard to soc
few of the troubles affecting
1 / /
/
ial position Income, race or re '
the aged. There are many more
religion. Preventive health care
that will have to be worked out
clinics should be establishedby
between now and the White I
the Federal Government House Conference. ;

through local out-patient cen- At our last meeting one min I"
ters. We also urged that paid ute of silence was observed In iSav'

prescriptions drugs, dental, memory of Mrs. Hattle Barnes
eye, hearing aids and foot care and Mr. Gentry former members -

be Included within the. elderly of our Club.A :
,
revised Medicare Program.On .
collection taken
was
Housing Many seniors up re
from Individual members to 1,1
In dwell-
are living dilapidated
replace rose bushes at the Hal-
ings. The Federal program ford State Prison. A check was

should be speeded up to replace sent to Mark 13. Jordan. w'EF1GlF'A, 6ENiPpl UP i'0 1 1'I,

these disease-bearing a- Happy Birthday was sung to f ; ? ssrfw '

reas. Ernie Grlder and Paul Morgan r s rE MoRr E
Transportation This Is a necessity great-grandson of Jessie Bow- I

; to and from the stores den, and the 13th Wedding Anniversary I
doctors druggists and visiting I
reclgnlzed for Leo -
friends In the lives of the sen- and Phyllis Morgan.
Ladies' Girls' Eagle
iors.On Our next meeting will be held

Nutrition part of-living.This Is Elderly an essential at Sept 1 p.m.14 at the Recreation! Center ,. Dresses T 2 PC.Brushed ,., 7 X 35 Binoculars I.I

people living alone are proneto Joe Kerrigan ,-, Nylon )2- '\ Eagle CENTER FOCUS ;
pick the easiest food whichdo Bonded with 100*.
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not constitute a balanced acaar. ir.." ot. ,,,,, Pajamas) ,-< Aluminum

died and very often they siu- ,w Lining will, not ,,. s'1 Foil Coated optics. Carrying
fer from malnutrition. Mealson fray, twist, shiftor 'L- and ..
and
She Old 1V/nBv n Coiy warm straps tat
Wheels Program as suggested t; treats Short with, I beautiful "w .r 2! 17.aL.vs.Anorlad .

by Congressman Claude Pepper y-a.b : colon 8 to 16.. lace I trim Assorted j' 'r For cooking I
would provide at least one 1 : .;!",,. pastels. baklnpn.ede.
hot balanced meal a day. ,1R S..4 to 12. ".... Flrt quality Say. 3.00
Aging and poverty; somehow j fall. ,

cling together. Legal problemsare Gall Balls M i sar.447.
We '' ,, ''. V 4
often the consequence. 7 x 50 '
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will seek additional funding to r> IR '
bus, hard to *cuf'Accepted *' 21.83L .
provide legal representation for "Never hit a man when Sow. 1.00 Save 26% by ikv u '++
v the and the lie's lown. He P '
poor elderly.We may get up
Aluminum Folding Beds
live to learn and again
upon 1 lOX 1 /
learning we understand more. 1 Iw 1 Alummum-fram
Older people are preoccupied "1 0' 12 folding. bed with

two locking
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MOVERS Ladles Sportswear Sues. 5..10. Brawn Handsomelytyled. windows free
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"Overall we looked very as he Intercepted a Bobcat pass
good," Is Coach David Hurse's on the next series of downs
way of describing his Torna- giving the Tornadoes a first : -
does' performance In the third down on the Bradford 43. On
annual ,pre-seaeonfootball jam- the following play, Henry rounded -
boree Thursday night Sept 2, right end and scrambled 57
>In Gainesville. yards for the score.
"H e*
BUS grldders went undefeated The Tornado defense again wM1
In their two quarters of ) proved too much for the first
action, bouncing the Buckholz cj&L : year high school and allowedthe
Bobcats 7-0 and the Eastslde Bobcats only :3 I yards total ;.
Rams 13-0. offense and no first downs. Y
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In the other two quarters L "We have to work on our

,t Gainesville Purple Coach Hurricanes Jim Niblack's __ pass protection" said Hurse.

downed the Bobcats 14-0 and "Though we didn't completea ,P t
; the Rams, 7-0.Gainesville HighIs pass all night, we were not
regarded by many as one very disappointed. The field
of the top class four-A schoolsIn was very wet and we are still
the state. r -di confident out passing game will
; be one of our real strong points.
In the first quarter of play
against Eastslde, the Torna- "Both Eddie Hazen and Steve .ry vP t
does scored on their second Strickland looked real good with
series of downs as Malachi Strickland showing no sign of ; rQ911p + .3ftfii ; te ?
wilt ys.r.
I his old knee Injury. :
Henry leaped over the Ram a e rr.Mre "sy
line from the 2. Tb v'ee 111 a .+x1M lwll!
I r "We were all very pleased .r lyde>egz j s .a n11311gtrf1 4
The drive began when a with the play of our quarter-- f 7 r :
t# h dRhr ti swl8li> ,
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crushing tackle by Charles backs. ( 1i7$ ..e .wea
Wright Jarred the pigskin loose MalachlHnry '
High-stepping gOjrer il''
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from Ram tailback Leonard who gained over "The offensive line coachedby x -, -
Young on the Eastslde 44. The a 100 yards rushing In ono Terry Reese showed a vast
I' strong running of Henry and quarter of ploy against the Improvement over last years,"
Ram penalties moved the ball Hurse said. "Offensively we
I down to the Eastslde 3 yard Bobcat still need to get a little tougher Cheerleaders
line. It took three more plays up the middle for our playsto JV .
I to get the ball two yards downto their feet scoring both touch- work Inside
I the Ram one. Then with downs and gaining over 100
fourth and one, Henry sailed yards on 6 carries. He scored looks"It's good not real In a often game a and team on The e junior varsity cheerleader will go into action and Karen Reddi, second row; -Debbie Kite, Nito
over right tackle on an Isola- first on a sweep around tight film as well, but this was the again Eotttide of Gainesville next Thursday night Floyd. Donna Prevatt, and Zinner Hamilton; third row-
tion play for the score. The end from 12 yards out with 5:53: case with us. In the Baby Tornadoes' first game of the season. Kathy Conway, Kim Hodge, Sue Philly, Regina Rogkley
PAT was good and the Tor- remaining. Then, with 3:50: left, Ceri Tucker.
Debbie
nadoes took a 7-0 lead with he burned the Bobcats againon "It's very obvious Henry hada They are ((1-r): First row Teri Kite, Bright,

4 minutes remaining In the the same play, scrambling fine night, but wide outs
quarter. 57 yards this time. Gray Flynn, Bernard Brown,
Until the final two plays of and Wayne Tetstone did a very
the the Big Red defense Bradford's first drive orlginatied fine Job at down field blockingas
had game held the Rams to minus from the Bucholtz 45 well. belt for the experience we need. "Our area for biggest Improvement -
two yards total offense and no following a Bobcat punt on "No one had a bad night and Is in the mental
fourth and 17. A Bobcat penalty Charles Wright "In a five team Jamboree attitude of the boys. Natural- - - -
first downs. On the last two defensively j a 0 e 0 eeS S -
plays Ram runners ripped off again through the 'Cat Vernon Barber, Gary Melvin, Friday night we got a good ly, we need to stay healthy 1 ,
of 15 and 12 yards as line of 4 yards, and scramblesof Wayne Lambas, Randy Gasklns, look at Macclenny. The Wildand we have already lost Den- j ,
oms de- 8 and 19 yards by Henry Farlon McClellan, Brad Car- cats: have a lot of speed and a nts Crawford for 3 or 4 weeks 1
Bradford shifted to a
t fense. --pass moved the ball down-to'the .ter.-Bob .Dyal and-Joey.Bran- tough defense. with a knee Injury" I W_ '. ..l" : I Iv
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On Civil War ((1 d+! f ,

? In N. IrelandHarry wLi ,

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N. Green, Chief of the
Bradford County Volunteer Fire I ,
Department was a guest speaker -
at a breakfast meeting attended I I
by 20 Clvltans, Sept. 7. II II I
, Green discussed the !Fire Departments -

I organization In November I F.. I
1969, the 107 calls they v
have answered and the high I I
morale and effectiveness of the ;
closely knit organization. f tY I
The Volunteers are currently r
In a subscription drive to I 4 I

help pay for Increased opera- I I
ting expenses and new equip-
ment which Is needed. Heading ,
the list of needed artlcals are ,
oxygen mask needed to fight I I

smoke fires. I iMEET 1 m: i U-.,'' i

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t Molachl Henery bulldoxe his way down to the Eatttlde 4, letting up Bradford winn ing touchdown. I I Jimmy, Tina And Sandra :


The entire Tornado defense Bobcat 7 whore It was first son all looked real good in
drew strong praise from Coach down and goal to go. Two plays the game." Baby Tornadoes : Aii Opeii Lt'ltrrTO :
Hurse. from tho seven failed to neta
"We realize that tho competition -
"The defensive line coachedby yard and on third down tho I
wasn't as tough because
Mlko Sexton," llurse said Tornadoes drew a :5; yard penalty neither team has a senior THE VOTERS OF STARKE; :
"looked real Impressive and seemingly for Illegal ended procedure which class," the Head Tornado said. Have Size Speed !
the Tornado
showed a lot of speed." threat. Then on fourth down "We still have a lot of hard The decision as to who you want for your chief of police is now in your I

In tie second game agaInst from the 12,1 henry rounded right work left. Our schedule will hands. For your own safety and welfare make that decision wisely.
(the, Bucholtz Bobcats MalachI end behind a wall of tacklers got tougher with each. ball game ,
Henry proved to be Mradford's and scored with 5:33: remain and we'll be out weighed in The '71 Baby Tornadoes will "We're working/ real hura I II
most potent weapon after the ing./ each. have both size and speed whereIt on conditioning/ right now and
phasing/ attack failed to mater- "We are starting\ out with counts, according to Head our timing In tho back" field I I have stated my philosophy and experience in former ads and to most of }f-
ialize. Henry, only a Junior, Henry appeared to be a man mostly Juniors and we needa Coach John Allen. Is getting much loiter.
literally swept the Bobcat off of all traits In the second game. couple of games under our "We'll have a balanced offense Presently the .IV I has 27 bo)s you personally. I II
with a lot of speed on which Is considerably loss than,
last year's squad, but the younger I '
and of the most
tho outside one
* * * * *** * ** potent passing attacks of any boys are starting to maturea will I would like to repeat that with my experience on the city council in 'I
: .IV team," said the Chief Baby little, Allen suld, and fiscal affairs, I will be able to operate the department efficiently and effectively
give the team added depth
Re-Elect Tornado."Wo expect for quarterback 'I1io80 Coach Alton listed as and stay within the budget. My experience as an officer has taught me I

Charlie Green; to como down standouts In this. weeks practlct that law and order can be maintained. without brutality; that in the eyes of I

1 from the varsity within, tho Include Stewart Leonard Duncan Sapp at the law no man is superior and no man is inferior; therefore I will enforceall I
week. With Croon; at (lie helm, defensive safety, I
JIMMY McRAE d, we'll move quarterback Hon- at cornorbuck I'.arloy: Chandler the laws of the city without fear or favor to anyone, but with mercy toeveryone. I
nlo Hall to halfback where he at linebacker .
frr.:6: will team with I.eonardaPP.; at both defensive and offensiveend I II
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exceptional speed In and Ronnie Halt at quarterback -
"{ ...;if giving us
Uie back field and a strong I I would like to thank all the people of Starke for the warm reception givenme I
City Council 1a The JV's first game will be
,, l', outside Allen running rates the game.passing com- Sept. If! against I'lislsldo of I while campaigning. To those who I was already aquainted with, it was I

ltw o ?tr. bo of Green to Terry Haze and (ialnosvlllo. really good to talk with you, and to those who it was our first meeting, I

GROUP 2 .. r.rd best Donald around.On leper. was ono of the weaker"We expect than, last I'astfllUo: year due to be\toUie I sincerely appreciate your time and I enjoyed the chat. To all of ,iyou'many t

n w r defense the Tornados will fact Uicy have no senior I Iclan thanks. I
; play n 5-4 alignment with a and 15 sophomores are I
k big front wall composed Steve playing" on the varsity team," Your Vote And Active Support Will Ue Appreciated.
Experienced
Register and Ken Fuqua at tackle Allen said. I
and Terry Haze and )Donald !Last year's game came right
Capable Al Loper at end. down to the wire with HI IS I Sincerely I
Tim Crews, bonnie I toll.Ste winning 21-20), and the Hams
Sincere i wart Duncan, and Leonard Snpp on the, Bradford one foot line I
will give us a lot of speed In first and goal to go, as the I Jimmy Bowen !
the, defensive secondary. game ended.
.'. "Tills weeks fracUce was The IV has one open date I
) much Improved,' said. on their schedule Oct. 21, and
NOT SPONSORED BY ANY "I think this Is mainly due to Coach Allen says they hope \to I IPO. FD ADV.) I

A A ** * * A A *GROUP"A ** better the fact shape.that we are In a lot fill Gainesville.It with a game against _- - -- - -- -- - ,

Sept I' 1"71 1\.I\'l1r,11: 1':1\1\\: Q





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Oversize Land Sections In Brooker Area



'Y'un Are Due To Errors Of Early- Surveyors"To


and the exterior -
very (Irregular
err Is human" the old stances," Mr. Lagergren said, are lines obliterated," Mr.

'&& # k saying goes and apparently the adding that they could have done I Lagel'ltren laid There were no
n
1' 4 early surveyors especiallyIn much worse.Surveying. I definite starting points"step
the Brooker area of Bradford through a country Uled by the

HARBOR County, -- were extremely Inhabited mainly by Indians ping off" their land to mark
,. human. rattlesnakes moccasins, and their boundaries and the usual
-- M A A standard section of land. alligators coldn't have been le-oMhumb which answer
q
erG LAKE GEnEVA % w is one square mile--640 acres the most pleasant means of fairly well In regular section

CLYDE W. SIMPSON Co --but many In Township earning a living. were useless In this case.
f South Range 20 Eajt vary considerably After completion of the original concluded that
} 356-6849 from this norm. The surveys In Florida, the Mr.' Lagergren subdividing

largest, apparently Is Section responsibility; of dividing the ftecSSSwuW lines Probably vary a

U;; 31 which contains 1.141 acres, sections up for Individual the application of
ownership fell to private few feet by
: almost double the standard 640.Legend or modern methods
'. has it that the Deputy "county" surveyors when the more precise boundaries.
Surveyor who was assigned to owners chose not to do it themselves to the old original belief
by pacing their land off But he also expressed
'this area by the U.S. Surveyor be better to "let
General, never used a chain, by foot, or measuring It by that It would rather than

...- ,,-.,_ but after setting his course counting the revolutions of a sleeping old lines animosities lay" over a
r ?V" or with a simple pocket compass wagon wheel with a rag tied stir up
he mounted his gray mare and on It to mark each turn. few feet of soil.

rode for a certain length of In those days It must have
Plum Valley Is A Plumb ProblemSlwrtconuniiS besetting Typical of the the Bradford problems County now time; then motioned to his been comparatively simple to DissolutionOf
follow section line
a that had
axe man, who trotted behind
Board
Zoning Is the situation
at Plum him on a little mule to dismount been properly surveyed. The Marriages
Valley Harbor Lake
on
Geneva and set a corner post. towering yellow pine grew In ProblemsWhile
where the Clyde Brings
owner abundance as did the mam-
The final result was that an
W
/ Simpson of Jacksonville. Is excess In the township of approximately moth cypress trees and they

/w o ow thathe apparently was "grandfathered taking the position In" half a mile wound were easy marks for the surveyor's Florida's new no-fault
In the eastern tier of sec axe. Today when seeking -
-- MIf up law mean declaration -
"!'II 11 divorce may
before Bradford's zoning code .. The field notes and township witnesses to a corner, the marital Independence for
went Into effect. plat show It as being In surveyor is lucky to find a of It also means financial
Zoning Code } The board takes the position the western tier. slight depression where a Independence some, and new responsibility -

o o that Simpson must abide by the It Is easy to Imagine the com- stump once stood. as well.
;
code since his plat of Plum plications and frustrations this To Illustrate the confusion
has caused to landowners and caused by errors In early surveys -
Valley was not approved when the marriage contractis
As might have been expected complications lot this could cause complications. first presented to the Boardof other surveyors from the time Mr. Lagergren told the wrt For"dissolved as ," the status of

have already arisen In the The only way to be sure whether County Commissioners In of the original survey In 1831 following story: other contractual agree-

administration of Bradford County's; the code Is being adhered to would be 1969. up to date. A standard section Northeast of Hellbronn many ments mutually held bv the

zoning code causing the Zoning Board, for the property owner to submit a runs 80 chains in each direc- land Springs is an area of very rich ; r rH. couple changes -- and that Includes -

at Its last meeting to schedule series sketch time for tion, while Section 31, Tp. 7 thickly aettledlargely by some family insurance
of
a at the
applying In the meanwhile Simpsonhas S, Range 20 E has 144.7 chains.In members of Ute ota ana respected -
of work sessions for the purpose of his building permit, showing Just where moved In a mobile home writing about this mlxup, Norman family, and policies covering and their the family

Ironing out some of these unforeseen on the lot he intends to place his (apparent to use an an of. the late 1I.E. Lagergren, who many other good men, all young ,,j. .'- '. : members sions. posses-
"bugs." building. And if the Board is goingto as started construction did much of the surveying In and Industrious. The land hold-

carry out its "Intent" of 100 feet of a house on one lot of Bradford County after the turn Ings of each were small but E. LAGERGREN had When a woman steps out of a
the subdivision He has applied of the century said that doing they were prosperous by farm job of straightening thing out. courtroom after getting a divorce -
During this trying period which at the
might shore line, then certainly this for a building permit the year 1853 another early ing standards. she'd better watch her
get worse before It gets better It Is should be written Into the code In but the zoning board has not deputy, A.M. Randolph resur- Only one thing Interfered with gren wrote.Hogs were fattendedup step while In a celebratingmood.

Incumbent upon everyone on both sidesof order to avoid misinterpretations suchas Issued one because Simpson's veyed several townships In this their peace of mind. Not a one fo r the "house movlngs" If she has an accident

every Issue to try to keep an open those experienced at the last board Plum Valley waterfront lots area and did exceptionally good had the least idea of where his and all were presumably happy she'll soon find she's no longer

mind, understand the other side's problems meeting.On are less than the 100 feet required work although some of his land lines and corners were. over finally possessing relia- covered by her ex-husband's

and act In good faith at all timesin by the board. section lines are very Irre- The situation became so serious ble corners to their property., hospitalization plan.
The board's attorney Elzle gular In Bradford County that Jerry Frank, J.S. "To those who wonder 'hog
an effort to resolve these prob- the ever present Issue of mo- Sanders, and Simpson's attor- "The deputy; surveyors deserve and Henry Norman, D.B. land lines could have been so
lems with the best interest of the bile homes there seems to be a need neys are now conferring In an much more credit than Browning and Lenton David badly tangled up, the expla- The haziness clouding the financial -

county; always in mind rather than the to stipulate more precise conditions attempt to work out a solution we give them for doing as well and Charley Johns agreed to nation Is that the sections in picture of a recently
Is not
best Interest of the Individual. under which mobile homes will or to the problem. as they did under the clrcum- employ Mr. Lagergren to set which the lands were situated divorced experience person today an especially uncommon --

will not be allowed In certain areas. - --- corners for them. with the increasing

Here are a few of the sensitive With more and more people turning Rent Freeze Not As Broad The writer says It was Home Economists numbers of divorces being
issues that have arisen in the first to mobile homes as a way out of r strange sight to see a group granted and the liberalizationof

few months since the code was placed the housing dilemma this problem As First Believed: Lovorn of and men fields cruising, laughing over the JoKing woods Reception Set divorce legislation.

into effect: will be a constantly recurring one i and singing as If they were on In AlachuaThe

and the headaches will be Infinite The nationwide rent freeze ment which I have occupied t their way to a picnic Instead Smokey Say:

-An obvious conflict between Zoning unless rules are clarified and administered recently announced by Presi- for a year states that I must ,of slashing up their fields and Central Florida Division
Board regulations and State Board of with the utmost impartial dent Nixon, while covering the pay 40 per cent of any IncreaseIn putting their houses on their Home Economics Association's v
major portion of units is real estate taxes on the
not pro-
Health regulations concerning the size ity. It is hard for neighbors'( lands. annual reception will be held
; some people to quite as broad as first indicated perty.; These taxes are due to
12 from
of lots necessary for Installation of understand why a nice mobile on Oct. 1. Can the Not a field was entered but Sunday afternoon. Sept. ,
new according tb R.T, Lovornof go up owner 3:30: through 5:30: at the home of
was slashed off on two sides
individual water systems and septic home should be barred from a par- Keystone' Heights president enforce the Increase provisionof and added to on the other Mrs. Frank Palmer Highway

tanks. The State Board of Health saysa ticular piece of property; and then of the Bradford-Clay County A the, Yes.lease?The sides. Strawberry patches, corn 441, Alachua.

minimum of 20,000 square feet is see a quonset hut or some other Board of Realtors. Increased to reflect rent may the increases be cotton. peas "plnder" and potato All Home Economists In this

necessary for such purpose, whereasthe dilapidated structure moved onto the Some allowances are now In real estate taxes- rows, buildings and fences district are cordially Invited
being made for special situations and to 1
zoning code calls for only' 7,500 same location.. Lovorn said, and from Q. In some areas of the coun- all"fruit fell basket victim turn to over"this amazing of The urged Central come.Florida\ Association -

square feet In one certain category.It Information gained from various try, there has been a surplus t> ; lines. property Is a division of the Florida
Is obvious that the code must be The problems are Infinite and it conferences .at the nat- of apartment units. As a result Home Economics Association -

changed to conform with state regulations Is good to see that the Zoning Board ional level, the Bradford-Clay Are, rents have been reduced. One man lost half of his and encompasses 13 counties s THIS DANGEROUS atpy
board has compiled the follow- rents frozen at the lower water well, another his entire Including Bradford and COMOINAflONOAREI.ESSNESS
,
members intend
for It would do no good fora to sit down with their level even though higher rates .
ing list of questions and answers well, and only three men who Unon. }
person to purchase a 7,500 square attorney and thrash out a more work- to help clarify the situa were charged as recently as built cautiously In the middleof New officers and new members
foot lot and then be unable to obtaina able code In the light of their experience tlon.Q.. May 1970 their land, escaped losing will be honored guests at WILDFIRE 'rltSmokey'

state permit for septic tank and during the past few months.No We are considering leasIng A. The basic law provides their homes. Yet they all took the reception. Program plans

water system.A an apartment which has that the President may Issuean their lossejj In good spirit for 1971-72 have been completed -
.
one expected the first been vacant for several months order stabilizing rent at for the outcome nag not been and will be made available. friend, don't playwith
draft of
mulchettLittle
levels "not less
while repairs were mad.. The than those unexpected.The .
the zoning code to be a perfect docu- rent prevailing on May 25 1970."
have been ,
we is
quoted . . . .. - - -
clarification of the Zoning Board's"Intent" ment. Even the Constitution of the higher than that paid by the It would appear, therefore, that crops were gathered by .c' --- -

to require 100 foot frontageon United States has had to be amended tenants. Shouldn't the rent be the rent on such units could be those who planted them, and the Union

all lakefront property; at the shore frequently over the years. the same as it was when the Increased to the higher level i buildings were moved Inside to I County Plans -----J I

line, although this Is not spelled out apartment was last occupied? during the freeze period. ,new boundary lines, Mr. Leger-
A. No. The rent Is frozenat Big Doings OcL 810
.
In the present code. The code specifies But a fine start has been made the level for comparable 77-' --------i

only that lakefront lots shall be 100 and with a little patience and understanding units In similar condition of ';:a' woman's

feet wide at "the building line" and on the part of all con- repair and Improvement which By Martha Sue McCain I I
Much Interest is being shownin
this Is open to various Interpretationssince cerned, we have no doubt that a work- could be more than that paid by :1-: -l: County Extension I I the coming Union 50th An- will be Miss selected Union from County,candidates who-

no one !knows, except the owner able zoning code will be evolved to the previous tenants. Home Economics Agent niversary celebration to be held between the ages of 5
Q. We
where the building line will be. Ona the lasting benefit of Bradford County which rented have a for vacation two months home __ October 8, 9, and 10 at Lakeside and 10 years whose forefatherswere

wedge-shaped or irregular' shaped, and all of its citizens. last year at $300 a month. We Park In Lake Butler. born and reared in the

have a chance to rent It this USING FLORIDA PEARS namon before packing pears. One of the outstanding events area that is now Union County.;
year for $350 a month. May Nutritive Value- Pears con- of the celebration will be a Mrs. Jewell Coleman is chair-

we charge the higher rent under tribute small amounts of calcium PEAR MINCE MENT festival at the Lakeside Community man of this event.
? iron and B ; Center, where various An effort is being made to
the freeze Vitamins. 24 large hard pears 6 cups
I Ratty Proves ? A.. The President's executive One raw pear 3x3 1/2 Inches i sugar 2 lemons, 1/2 cup vinegar exhibits, including Union County; register all "Golden Anniversary -
Something order states that if no transac- contains about 100 calories.Two j 1 tablespoon salt, 1 table- relics and antiques, heirlooms, Citizens" of Union County -
old pictures, agricultural exhibits -- those who have been residents
tion occurred during the 30- medium pear halves canned i spoon clnamon I tablespoon -
day period ending Aug. 14, the In medium sugar syrup con- About 100 persons attended Starke's Maybe it indicated the people don't ceiling will be the highest rent tain about 90 calories i meg. Other events will Include a county; was created by legisla-

political rally sponsored by the Jay- think the candidates worthy of their In the nearest 30-day periodIn Grind pears with coarse big parade on Friday afternoon, tive act from that portion of
Oct. 8
CANNED Grind highlighted by Homecoming Bradford County; lying west of
cees Saturday night, the first rally which transactions did occur. PEARS blade of food chopper.
presence. Thus, the rent would be lemon rind after squeezing Juice festivities at Union New River.
held in the city; In years. frozenat 7 pints prepared pears, 2
the $300 per month level. 'out. Combine all Ingredients County; High School that night. The oldest man and oldest
For all we learned we, admittedly, Q. I made substantial Improvements tablespoons, salt vinegar 1 2 tablespoons including lemon Juice and cook A free fish fry will be featuredon woman in the county; will also
Take away those connected with the In an apartmentI gallon water, until mixture Is thick and ten- Saturday, Oct. 9, with Flor- be specially honored, as will
city In some would rather have watched Lawrence sugar syrup (enough tor 7 pints Pack Into clean hot pint ida Supreme Court Justice the first baby born in Union
; way employees, familyof own and have Increased the of pears), 3 1, der.
cups James
Welk. sugar
C.
employees and families of candidates rent on Sept. 1 In consideration quart water. Jars leaving 1/2 Inch head- A Adkins as featured County; on or after Oct. 1 I. 1921.
of the Adjust lids and speaker. horse frolics will The public Isinvited to attend -
and you'd have had a bare hand- Improvements. May Wash and space. processin
pare cut pears likely be held that evening. the festivities and friends
,
the rent Increase boiling water-bath canner
Into a
ful left not enough to fight their But perhaps it was a beginning The ? go effect Into halves, core and slice If for 10 minutes. Another feature of the cele- and relatives living out of the

way out of a wet paper bag, as we use Jaycees plan to make the political A, Yes. While the rent Is container desired. Place of fruit in large bration will be the crowning of area are especially welcome.

to say. speeches an annual event We hope still subject.to the freeze order water. 'i his prevents salt, vinegar discolor-and- .

that they don't lose their enthuslam. you may increase to levels ation. Pre-cook hard varietiesof P I
It was, we suppose, a demonstration comparable to other units pears In fresh water until

of something. We also hope the turnout wasn'tnecessarily with. similar The lease Improvements.Q. on my apart-. they sugar are syrup.soft before adding to :' .' .' .. I

an indication of how
Maybe It shows no Interest In the many To prepare syrup, dissolve
election from residents who high Starke voters will make it to the polls R.D. Massey sugar In water and bring to
pay next Tuesday. Two city councllmen
; can a rapid boll. Remove pears
utility bills every month for a city; New
change the complexion of many an important Assistant from salt-venegar solution
council which ;
spends
over a million matter and a police chief can Prisonllead rinse in cold,water and drain.
dollars a year of their money. have Place drained halves
a big effect on a town. In vigorously -
boiling Imp and allow

The appointment of RaymondD. syrup to return to a roll '
Massey as Assistant Super- ing boll. Reduce heat and cook
The Bradford County intendent the Main Unit at the until pears can be pierced with
Florida State Prison was an- a fork. Pack hot fruit Into clean
TELEGRAPH --fIil: nounced this week by Louie L; Jars. Cover with hot syrup FUANISNfi

.....::t. Walnwrieht. director of the adding the syrup as Jars are
ESTABLISHED 187B R=- Florida Division of Correc- filled with pears. Leave 1/2

.... Inch headipace; adjust lids and
Ou&ikUI tions.Mr. process In boiling water-bath
Massey 40 Is native
a
find canner
delight In thy pints 20 minutes
my ; and
of Atlanta Mswsss commandment. (Psalms Air Force veteran. He graduated quarts 7 25 minutes. Yield: About j. Fug
pints
FLORIDA; ESS 119:47)). from University; of Florida Honey Pears- p '
Replace one
with In Business
a degree HcroHj
half the
ASSQX. T ONI Administration and started his making sugar with ,honey In
syrup
All of us really want the employment. a classification Pears
Cook
establishment of harmony and officer at the Ralford prison In otor1/4 orange with- peel
each
order. We take a fundamental 1958. He was advanced to Classification of syrup. Remove quart

step-in this| d'rection' when we Supervisor at the State before packing Jars.orange peel
Prison, and later promoted to
I L. review the cornerstone of Mint PearsAdd oil of
MATTHEWS. E4Iki'i tY.es our Chief Classification Supervisorfor peppermint
....... .a ,TterMar ... .Ure M I fsesai i faith-the commandments and the Division of Corrections a drop at and green food color It Pays To Tow Know What?
adopt them for a time until
Woe Matter at law led Office at Mark, nerUa present day liv upon opening of the new Reception Is flavored syrup
ing. As we affirm divine and colored as de
order and Medical Center Lake
u4.r All ef March Ml U7*. sired.
In our mind. body and airs, Butler In 1968. .EaI'I)" 8tarfc. merchant resorted to novel scheme of' advert
MeetAs i to *... atei 1 year, tf Jfli OvtaUe afl Cinnamon Pears Add two sag. Above la
we allow the fullness of life shown UM unique method ailed O. C.
sticks by Lfyingeton (standing-
rate of
cinnamon
areas 1 sr. UM and a few right with
an arm
light, and all good will com Mr. Massey II married and drops of red food color to extended)

to us. has four children. each quart syrup Remove cin-

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LAWTEYBy 5 AV E y
.Ty
Enxa Blanchard

.... .

CHURCH:; ACTIVITIES ,, ,Jnl i Green Stamps!
Grace United Methodist; Sunday -
School 9:45: a.m.; Worship itAjtt
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p. 'A Y Everyday Low Prices!
m.: MYF Wednesday 6:30: p.
m. Prayer Meeting 8 p.m.
Grace Methodist Church had FA Weekly Specials!
an Ice cream and cake fellow-
ship on Sunday evening preced-
A' 1 I
ing a movie entitled "Fast Way \ ;
Nowhere" at the church. Sixty;
persons were present and all
enjoyed the evening. &
L LPTh
Church of God: Sunday School
10 a.m. Worship services II] '
a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Prayer
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m.
followed by Choir Practice. E
Highland Baptist: Sunday BEEF PEoP
School 9:45: a.m. Worship ser-
WE [HAVE
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.'
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30p.m. :
followed by Choir Prac- UNI! IIMlNi*

tice.PERSONALS PRICES GOOD THURS. SEPT. 9 THRU WED. SEPT. 15

Friends of Mrs. Dan Starlingwill
regret to learn that she OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL 8 P.M. Bkra

underwent surgery In Alachua ...... ,
General Hospital In Gainesville .. Broad Breasfed
on Tuesday. Her condi- .../1
,
tion Is Improving favorably.She W 0 BRAND HICKORY SWEET OR BOB WHITE GOLD MEDAl SELF RISING AND PLAIN = '.
plans to go to her daugh- "" ,

week.ter's home In Gainesville next Sliced-: Bacon! 48C Flour . 5 :SLAG: 54C 4

Friends of Sheri Shuford are ,:
happy to learn that she Is home USDA CHOICE D BRAND BONELESS ROll DEL MONTE GOLDEN CREAM STYLE & WHOLE ... .f rr'

She from Is Bradford Improving County rapidly Hospital.and Chuck Roast 99C Corn 4 CAN, $ v>o )

plans to enter school on Tues- . ..
.
day.Mrs.. Clifton Smith visited her USDA CHOICE W O BRAND BEEP CLUB OR DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN ::I!. '

and son-in-law Mrs. Joe and Dyal daughter at Milliard Mr. 17 0' 00 Jw

on Mr.Sunday.and Mrs. B.L. Wllkison Rib' Steak lB $139 1 Peas- . 4 CANS $1 1 .W. u ,r ORe N

Jr. and family of Jacksonvillewere PURE ((10 IBS $5 69)) HUDSON STA\'S


Jerry! Miss guests,Wllkison Elizabeth Sr., and of the Mr.on Terry B.L.Thursday.and was Mrs.Wlitdsons a- Gr.: Beef 5 LB! $2" Bath Tissue '.: 18c


Thursday overnight guest of I A I
her sister Mrs. C.E. Strick- ASTOR ALL PURPOSE
land In Gainesville.Mrs. ._ ..,
,
Luella. Clifton Tanner Smith attended and Mrs.Miss f a I 1r I'
Priscilla Tanner's graduationfrom h C A r SALAD OIL
Santa Fe Jr. College In f t ,'

Gainesville Mr. and on Mrs.Wednesday.W.L. Dixon ( :c;: limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettet..

have returned to their home f W I .
here after a visit with their SAVE
son-in-law and daughter Mr. r
and Mrs. Lynn Owen In Angler,
N.C.Mrs. ,;;T. t 20*
Maw Wells returned ,
home Wednesday after a \ 0'''" ._ ',, 68ti
month's visit with her son and 1 .., .' .
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. '.' .- /
Ernest Wells In Huntsvllle 48-oz.
Ala. 1 1 BOTTLE
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders
visited their sister-in-law
Mrs. Dan Parrlsh Wednesday
afternoon. PINEBREEZE GRADE 'AJ' FRESH FLORIDA All WHITE DEI MONTI
Gregg Dyal from Kessler
Air Force Base Kessler Miss. Medium Ie .1 ''
rfpent, the Mr.weekend and Mrs.with Leo his Dyal.parents Eggs 3 0" sl 1 Pineapple Juice. CAN 28C

Mrs. Marlon Hall of Orlando DEEP SOUTH
and Mrs. Cora Hodges of THRIFTY| MAli)(

Jacksonville Hicks and visited other Mrs.relativeslast Hester Mayonnaise : ": 38C Pineapple Juice. 24C

Thursday. STARKIST CHUNK .
Mr. and Mrs. Seba Rowe
of Florahome were guests of CRACKIN GOOD ASSORTED

their O.J.Mrs.Anders cousins Llssie last Starling Mr.Friday.and of Jacksonville Mrs.- TUNA FISH Soft Drinks. 6 "eri5" $100 Dixie Pies 3 ;Pic: ; $1

visited her daughter limit 4 with $7 50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
Mrs. Wlsle Norman the first Quantity I RightsReserved
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mosleyof SAVE SUPERBRAND' .mwr'H',
Starke were guests of their :: t WINN DIXIE STORES INC

'Eunice parents,on Mr.Saturday.and Mrs. Harold 72c $ 1 & S COPYRIGHT 1971 I Ice Cream 12 -': 99SAVE

Reggie Norman of Chlefland I ..+1iLr SAVE, 10r AS1OKOrange

parents Norman.spent Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.night with Truman his 611z-oz.: !1P"" Juice 2 ':.:, $1

Mrs. Joyce Futch of Bruns- SAVE. 20 taOZINFry
wick, Ga., spent the weekend CANS I
with her sister Miss Elizabeth t5 Potatoes 5 69c
Terry. On Sunday she attended N.:-.
revival services and dinner at ,
Grace Baptist Church near '. Y SAVE 40 JlKY HI :,RN'How Ml" ''N IiIRIRY l SAHSBUB,, iEtl VIAL, BfH STEW

Starke.Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Waters ,'. ir::: :.' Entrees 71B-, 99
,
spent three weeks with their -- _l'"J:..... .....JI.fK THOMPSON SE1OIFSSGrapes
and Mr.
son daughter-in-law
and Mrs. Wilbur Waters and :::: ; : :_; : :': / "J
::::::
3 $1
new daughter recently. In Wahiawa Hawaii -f !, t' ---h' ',
) J .
;
Recent guests of the Harold JJ / ...- 'r-EBIIRC.:
Eunices were their sisters 71 : 1i
Mrs. Pansy Knight and Mrs. ; g. 'J1i-/ } :. Lettuce 2 49c
Llnnle Harris, of Maxvllle. : : (/ : MEAfIS
Mrs. Tommy Clayton and
+ vINE 9IOf
Tommy Jr., and Mrs. Pamela 4.:= llt.. r.l; : -

Floyd of Jacksonville spent the ...'::::_ I .. : Tomatoes 29
weekend with Mrs. C.R.Crews. ............. I.
Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Waters \\
attended the Waters- Hlgginbo- ) '
tham Reunion at Kingsley Lakeon 1I /
Sunday. About 35 persons Q. f

attended On Sunday this affair.after church Mr. _... \\D .1 T : run

and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and family : !J. J.NZ Y 2'v SAVE

ate then motored lunch enjoyed a a to the restaurant St.beach Augustine and, I ? Or 0 : Y! A>

duringthe .. .. .. .. .. .
afternoon. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Bill Wise was the inspira-
tion for a birthday dinner Sun- EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRAS&H
day at the home of his parents
Mr. and Mrs.Ralph Wise.Those S&H GREEN S&H GREEN O S&H GREEN ; S&H GREEN I GREEN
present to help him celebratethe
occasion were Miss Beverly STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS I III

Holllngsworth, of Kingsley WITH NfWSPAPMOUPON I WITH, NIWSPAPIfcOUPON I WITH NIWtPAPI .., ..w/.wSIAPR .orM .....,.....
Lake Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell .ft PUICMASI or : ft "UICNAS', 1 'OUPON .ft PUP.CHASI Of I U0N 1 IOCHA"', I :OU'O' .. 'WN.Sr "0I "/
ONE CAN I I ONE 3 IB OR MORE I II
Brown and family Mrs. John THREE 99 01 CANS THREE
LYSOL 1 THRIFTY MAID ,I QUART 1 2r ONE POUND I USDA CHOICE W 0 BRAND I
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Donnle BOTTLES LAND O' SUNSHINE I
Wise Tony Mosley and Mr. I oPalc. SPRAYDISINFECTANT I aMPY.. SLICED OR HALVES I nA/N. LEMON LIME or ORANGE I :,... BUTTER 1 'TI a BONELESS I
and Mrs. Paul Norman, of 1 /RAM-N PEACHES I NTAM- GATORADE I II BEfcF ROAST I
GOOD THRU SEPT 13
Starke. I GOOD THRU SEPT. 13 I GOOD THRU SEPT. I" I GOOD THRU SEPT. 1i I Ne. 4 I GOOD THRU SEP1. 15
James R.Norman attended the / No, 1 ,.,. I No. 2 I No. 3At No.3T ..
A' YOUl0Al W.o u 'OUO .0'AI WINN01111" YOU. LOCAl WINN.OIIII Al TOU1 IOf A' WINN.0"" i 'OV110CAWII.N.e.11
Leon County; Field Trial atWoodvllle 1 I.
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near Tallahassee

last Mr.Thursday and Mrs.to Saturday.Robert Smithof EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA

to Saturday Key West guests were of Wednesday Mrs.Nel- S&H GREEN S&H GREEN S&H GREEN ; S&H GREEN S&H GREEN

lie WUkerson,Mrs.Daisy Boch, STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS I
and Lynn. On Sunday Mr. and
..... ....
Mrs. Maine Griffls visited WITH" .NIWSFAMtCOUPON I 'Of"NlWSIAr11 1 WITH WIPAPtN I WIIN I WtTH.NIWS'AtftCOUPON
ft PUICHAM COU'ON&'UICH."O' COUPON PUPXHASI O* :OU'O"I'U"MAU o. PUICNAtl
them.Mr. I 12.00 OR MORE PURCHASE I ONE HORMEl I ONE 16o. I ONE GERMAN CHOCOLATE. I ONE 12 PACKSUPERBRAND I
and Mrs. James R. Nor- I YOUR CHOICE OFSUPERBRAND I CURE 81 I.I POLY BAG I DEVILS FOOD OR COCONUT ( .
man and family Mr. and Mrs. OPIN I iSAN BONELESSHAM W-D BEEF I COLONIAL ICE CREAMSANDWICHES t
rjnClN
aP1N
G.W. Anders and family Mrs. 1 RAMP''! CHEESE 1 AM I STEAKETTESGOOD I "M" CAKE 1 "TAMP, I
Elsie Norman and Miss Dorothy I GOOD THRU SEPT. MNo. 1 GOOD THRU SEPT. 15 I THRU SEPT. 13 I GOOD THRU SEPT. 1 15 I GOOD THRU SEPT. 15 I

lunch Swanbom and bathing njoyed in the a after-picnic AT R YOU. tOCAl WIMN-Olllf. 1 I No.A.7 VOU. IOCAI WINN.OHIi. I I No.A,S IOU tOCAl WI.. ......'... I I No.It 9 VOUt lOCAt WIMN. .OINtl. 1 I No.Af,10 YOU.M* local.M ".".M....".".0.* ...
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I New Burning Regulations Begin Oct I I

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Regulation of open burning: unset, providing that permission regulations may be obtainedby garding agricultural and forestry -
In Florida begins October I, Is first secured: from writing to the Florida Department burning may be obtainedby <

In The Circuit Court of Floe NOTICE In The Circuit Court In And NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR when rules relating to agricultural [ : the Division of Forestry.A of Pollution Control, contacting any Division. of

rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit Mrs. Doris M. Miller has For Bradford County, Florida. TAX DEED and forestry burning operations complete) copy of these Tallahassee. Information re- Forestry office.

Jin And For Bradford County; made Application to the Bradford In Re: The Marriage of Roy Sec. 194.16 F.S. become effective.

Florida County Zoning Board for F. Hundley, husband, and San- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Specific rules concerning: ... ...<< Case No. reclasslflcation of the property; open burning and frost protection -
dra K. wife. THAT George Ricks the holds
r
DivisionPeggy described below from EA to lIundl.I! OF SUIT of the following certificates has fires have been esta-
Ellen Payne, Individually blished by the Florida Department -
OR.2-A In Sec. 10-6S-22E COM To: Sandra K. Hundley, 949 filed said certificates for a tax
and as Executrix: of the Estate of Pollution Control.Some STAMP OUT
of Pearl Payne Haertie, 200' W of NE Cor of W 1/2 South Beach Oriole Drive, Virginia deed to be Issued thereon. The of these rules became effective

deceased Plaintiff, -vs- of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 & Run VItghdaY01i certificate numbers and years July I.The.
Charles Cohen, et al., Defen SSI7.4 for FOB Cont S170' W ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of Issuance the description of Division of Forestry, '
dants. 419' to E R/W of St Rd 200N that a proceeding for the property and the names in Florida Department of Agricul- HIGHAUTO
along Road 170', E 406.75: dlsolution of your marriage to which It was assessed are as ture and Consumer Services, :
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOB Ex R/W. Roy F, Hundley has been filed follows: ., ,
will be responsible for author-
TO QUIET TITLE This change In classification in the above styled Court, and Certificate No. 5 I ,
To the Defendants: Charles is subject: to a public you are required to serve a Year Issuance 1967 izing agricultural and forestry LOAN
hearing
Cohen and-Cohen,Ms wife; to be held on Tuesday September copy of your written defenses Description of Properly COM fires."Obtaining permission to : .
William Curry and Euphenla 28th at 7:30 In If any, to It on or before AT NW COR OF SW 1/4 of SW
: p.m. the barn will not be complicated
Curry, his wife; Sigmund Ros- County Commission September 20. 1971 on TheronA. 1/4 & RUN E 610 FT, S. 110 a
; room at said John M. Be-
procedure) : ,
enhelm and Kosenhcim the Bradford County Court Yawn, Jr., attorney for petitioner FT FOR POD, RUN W 50 FT, thea, Director of the Division RATES I ,.
his wife l; Michael Wade and House at which time all whose address is: Box S. 100 FT N 100 FT TO Poll
grade persons of Forestry. "It will require
his wife; W.H. Interested shall be heard 340 Starke Florida, and file Name In which assessed H.L.
only a telephone call to the local
Wright and Wright his
for or against the the original with the clerk of Hartley
proposal Division of Forestry
wile; J.B. Zeall J.C. Bols- as specified: In the Zoning the above styled Court on or All of said property being in "
ter, J.T. King, Sr., and Mary Code of Bradford County. before September 20, 1971; the County of BRADFORD Stateof office.
Bethea said that
I. King, as the surviving directors ; otherwise a Judgment be Florida. a represen-
John Torodo Chairman may "
tative of the Division of 1"01'estry -
and trustees of the
Bradford County entered against you for the Unless/ such certificate or
Brooklyn Land Company, a dIssolved Board. Zoning relief demanded In the petition certificates shall be redeemed Is located In every coun-

corporation J.D. WITNESS! my hand and the according to law the property ty."These
Thompson and Louisa Thomp.lion. 9/3 2t 9/10 regulation provide) a
seal of said Court this
his wife; I.N. Cable and .o-- ... 11 1971. August described in such certificateor positive response to the rising If you shop for an Auto Loanas
,
Emma certificates will be sold to demand to reduce air pollution carefully as you shop
Cable his wife J.S.
; Gilbert S. Brown Clerk
NOTICE as the highest bidder at the "
GrIner and I.M. Griner, his of Said Court. court said Vincent D. Patton, for a new car you'llfend
wife J.H. Lawrence and J. Mr. Woodrow Crlffls has Gilbert house door on the first Monday Director of the Florida Department we offer fast financing
; By S. Brown Clerk
Belle Lawrence, his wife E. made Application to the Bradford in Month of October, 1971 which of Pollution Con- at rock-bottom
; 8/19 4t 9/8
A. Smith and Desta! H. Smith, County; Zoning Board for is the 4th day of October, 1971, trol."We interest rates
his wife; Jessie T. Stewart, reclaaslflcatton of the property Dated this 10th day of August, feel that these regula- .
described below from ExclusiveAg.
1971 tions and will
are reasonable
a widow and only heir at law NOTICE
of H.J. Stewart deceased if to MP (Mfg. & Ind.) Sect. Gilbert S. Brown not unduly hamper the normal
,
August 12 1971I
;
alive or If dead to his or her 10 Twp 6S Rge 22 East out of Clerk of Circuit Court of operations of a landowners."
Parcel No. 2094-001 Bradford County Florida. upon burning will routinelybe
unknown heirs devisees legatees
This change In classification Carl Hurst, Mayor of the
allowed between 9 (
/ or grantees and allother City of Starke Florida by vir- jn. stan-
Is subject to a public hearingto 9/2 4t 9/23. dard time) and! one our before
persons or parties claiming be held on Tuesday Sept 28, tue of the authority vested In me .
by, through: under or against 1971 at 7:30: P.M. in the County by law, do hereby call a First FLORIDAMember
them; And to: All parties or Commission room at the Bradford Primary Election to be held Woman's Jolt Training

persons having or claiming any County Court House at at the FIre Station, in the fore- .
Training opportunities in
right: title or Interest In and said City by qualified voterson .
to the property) described as ested which time shall all be persons heard for Inter-or Tuesday, September 14,1971, It used! to be that the family work fanning/ from accounting .8' A.KK'' A'r ''S T A, R..R.S.

follows: against the A.D., for the purpose of elect- dog missed the children when to watchmaking are nccoHsible -
proposal, as -
PARCEL! specified thry went back to school but to and
In the Zoning Code of ing the following officers. women girls,
To reach the starting point Bradford County. City Clerk for two years. now he curls up and watchesthe the Department of Labor reports Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

commence at the S.E. comer John Torode Chairman Mayor for two years. TV cartoons Just as in the revised leaflet

of of Section the !NE 13 1/4 Township of the South SW 1/4, Bradford County Zoning Chief of Police for twoyears. though they were there. "Job Training Suggestions: : Subsidiary Of Florda National Banks Of Florida Inc.

Board Group 2, One Councilman),for for Women and Girls," pre
Itunge 22 East, Bradford County -
9/9 2tp 9/16 two .
years.
pared by the Women's Bureau.
West 330 feet
Florida
; run ;
Group 4, One Councilman,
thence run North 612 feet to
for two years.Inspectors .
a point which is the starting NOTICEMr. For Said Election:

point; thence continue North 388 Paul II, Weglng has made Mrs. Margaret Prevatt, Mrs.
feet; thence run West 312 feet Application to the Bradford Mrytice Dennis, Mrs. IrmaBu-
(269' plus) 43'), thence run South County Zoning Board for reclassification ford Mrs Peggy Shaller, Mrs.
08 degrees 43' East to an Iron of the property Louise Tenley, Mrs. Jo Ella
pipe located In Sliver Lake described below from EA to Hardy, Mrs. Edward Burns STARKE'S
142.1 feet more or less distant BA (Service Station). eIngZ50'sq. Mrs. Carl Mathews William I
from the N.E. corner of being South Gentry Grad- Holland Merrill Struth. LOWEST
Lot 7, Block "C", of Mt Plea ed Road and East of Hwy 16
sant subdivision (plat thereof in Section 8, Twp. 6S. Rge 22 Alternates For Said Election:
being recorded In Plat Book East out of That portion of Mrs. R.O. Dansby, Mrs. L.N. FOOD

2, page 45, Bradford County nl/2 of SW 1/4 of NW |1/4 Ly Pickering Mrs. Eaton Jordon, _
Public Records); thence from ing East of St. Rd. 16. Mrs. Shellle Gerle.In PRICES !
the iron pipe run 263 feet ((220' This change In classification testimony whereof I here-
plus 43') East to the point is subject to a public hearing unto subscribe my name and
of beginning. to be held on Tuesday Sep cause the Seal of the said townto 320 5. WALNUT ST.
PARCEL n be hereunto affixed this the -. SUPERMARKETS
tember 28th at 7:30: PM In the
Starting at NE corner of NE County Commission room at the 12th day of August 1971, A.D. .. .
1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 13, Bradford County; Court Houseat Carl Hurst, Mayor

Township 8 South., Range! 22 which time all persons Interested Attest: Merrill Edwards ,
East, of Bradford ounty, Flo- shall be heard for or City Clerk
rida, run West along the quar- against the 8/19 4t 9/9
proposal
as specified '
ter section line between the in the Zoning Code of COMPARE! :: w: j CENTER CUTSIRLOIN j

SW section'1/4 and 330 the feet NW to 1/4 a of point said Bradford John County.;Chairman. "In The. CourT'M the County; '*' Miracle Whip "".:"."., ... 59c !1 I I I .CHUCKSTEAK I arrrrr. I' 1 .!.

thcncet[:'South parallel to the; Bradford Torode Judge in and for Bradford. ,p,. ,. ,_...:; .:_ ,!(.),.. "*
County Zoning '
"' .
East lino of said quarter section Board County Florida. Strawberry Preserves IJ ::; 59c.I OR BONELESS FULL CUt jt0UN0 i .. .: ..ii! :

320 feet to a point which 9/9 2tp 9/16 In Re: Estate of Amos Williams Sunaid Crape Jelly 1 It ". 49 : i .' : '

Is the point) of beginning;thence Deceased. STEAKSJI.I9

continue South 1000 feet; thencerun Sunaid Apple Jelly '. ", 39 : I
In The Circuit Court Of The NOTICE OF FINAL RFJORT

North East 482 feet 10 feet;thence; thence run North run Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida AND APPLICATION FOR DIS Suave Shampoo .a. :;': '=0;',' w..o ,' 2/l/ ...- C
In And For Bradford Coun-
onds 38 degrees East 36 a minutes distance 38 of sec 179 ty. Case 1179. :HARGE.TO: ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Suave Hair Spray "":;.:v:x-: 49c ,: 6 9 LB
I.UUICFCVHYDIIT
In Re The Marriage of GeraldL. .
: .
feet; thence run North 50 degrees Croft Husband and EdnaD : Hair Spray ," :. :S.T.S"49: ,: < : n.woici ,
4 minutes 4 seconds Easta wife Notice Is given that ILlJE-
.
Sheppard Croff
distance of 271.84 feet to NOTICE OF SUIT LMENIA BROOKS as Exe- r LOW rmctn tviMDAr low man ivwrwr wivMCCI/ itvmow LOW mcf.t
the East line of the SW 1/4 cutrix of the above styled
TO Gerald L. Croft, P.O. Box
of said Section 13; thence run : estate, has completed her admInistration NN 1,14fl
North along said quarter sec- 666 Youngstown, Florida and filed in this CENTER CUT / SLICED 1/4 fir FREEZER "/ f YNE TASTE wr r.r
YOU ARE HEREBY notified PANTRY MIDI
tion line 200 feet; thence run court her final report and application -
that an action for dissolutionof QUEEN
West 330 feet back to point of for discharge. Objections PORK LOINCHOPS a
has been filed
marriage a-
beginning.The If any, should be duly DINNERS
galnst and are required -
you you
above described two parcels iiieo with this court. After filing -
of land also describedas to serve a copy of your proof of publication showingthat I

the Including Northeast are all Quarter of that(part NE1/4)of written for on Eugene Wife defenses, whose F. Shaw, if address,any Attorney, to Is it once notice a week has for been four published consecu- :;f. S 68?. 1 2 98

of the Southwest Quarter (SW- tive weeks the ordering of dlstribution -'
142 West Call Street, Starke,
1/4) of Section Thirteen (13)), Florida, and file the orlgianl of the estate and the ......... 1 REGULAR OR
Township Eight (8)South) Range with the Clerk of the above- .final discharge of WILHE- COMPARE! o..lo.! Pantry SEALIO IN pLioriiM. I BUTTERMILKGiant
(22)) East between LMENIA! BROOKS
Twenty-two lying as Execu-
Silver Lake on the West, tember styled Court 10, 1971 on or otherwise before Sep a trix will come before this court Libby Drinks II-N1.NN1' ,:' .: 9/99c/ prideOa ISNISSI 11Ib
and Bolt Lake on the East, ; Wilhelmenla Brooks .
judgment may be entered against Southland Greens 1t': i
and South of a line 320 feet As Executrix 6/99c/
for the relief demanded
South of the North line of the you In the Petition. French Fries ..OHM It MMf MOt 29 ; COFFEELB '
Northeast Quarter (NE1/4)) of WITNESS hand and the John F. Moscow, m BREAD24oz

the Southwest Quarter (SWi/4)), seal of said Court my on 2nd Sept. Scruggs, CarmIchael, Tom- Frozen Hash Browns ":':;:.:.Y 3l329c/ 1
less that particular parcel I of linson Koscow & Pridgeon
real property; conveyed by EarlA 1971.Gilbert S. BrownAs P.O. Drawer "C" Frozen French Fries 00100"' / i C I Gx

Haertle and Pearl llaertle. Clerk Said Court Gainesville, Florida 32601 "' 1 59 tmJ')
of Breaded Shrimp .to= ,::'o. 51. fi finifvf: eo 2 9 t
his wife, to Joseph S. Dourer By: Beulah M. Moody BAG 1 IIZiZJI: : .,.
and Rosemary B. Dourer heed his As Deputy Clerk 8/26 4t 9/16 Breaded Shrimp -I.'; N'W1 $1" ;

wife by Warranty 9/9 4t 9/30

dated June 19, 1959, and recorded M LOW r M/Cf/ I 1 MKYDAY LOW r W/Cf/ I M/CH/
.June 30, I9S9 In Official In The Circuit Court of Florida In The Eighth Judicial: Circuit tmYDAY LOW MICf 11 tVMYDAY LOW PKICf WYD4r \lVtKYDAYLOW

Record Book S, page 343 Eighth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida In And I"/ .. aN 37g&L YN'o
of the Public Records of Bradford In And For Bradford County., For Bradford County. U- SIZEPUNCH LIBBYBEETS: 44 FMOIIN CR1NKLI CUT -
County Florida; and less In Re: Petition of ALICE ROYAL
Civil Action. Case #-. IN
that particular parcel of real In Re: The Marriage of Linda MARIE VALDEZ, a minor, BAKE k ; FRENCH

property conveyed by Fred A. Ann Barrosse, Wife And Ronald by her Grandmother and Next ? BUTTERSAUCE GELATINS FRIES
llaertle and Arlene his & DITMGINT
Haertie
n .. Friend ALICE GURTIIIE.CIVIL .
wife, to E.L. Tucker by Warranty NOTICE OF SLIT ACTION CASE NO 1163 ASJT _

1 Deed dated July 19, 1965, To: Ronald Raymond Bar- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ,
and recorded July 26, 1965, In rouse, 2053 Glencoe Way, Hol- APPLY FOR CHANGE OF FLAVORS
Official Record Book 51, page lywood, California NAME.
203 of Public .
the Records
of
ARE HEREBY To JOHNNY VALDEZ
YOU notified :
Bradford County, Florida this that an action for dissolution of others who may, have objections. and:- COMPARE! -m:: :' U.S. NO. 1 CRISP CALIFORNIALETTUCE
J property all lying and being J1lb!!
marriage has been ntedagaln.tyou ;
In Bradford County, Florida.. and you are required to You are hereby notified that Pork & Beans m w: 2/23/ i

You and each of you, are serve a copy of your written the above-named Petitioner, Chocolate Jumbo Pies <.a1 Of" 3/$1/ ; WHITEPOTATOES
I notified that a suit to quiet defenses, If any to It on Elzie ALICE MARIE VALDEZ.whose

title to the above-described S. Sanders, Attorney for Petitioner residence address is 434 Polk Choc. Chip Cookies ".. N" w '4/l/ -
property; has been filed against whose address is 138 of Starke
Street, in the City; ,
you and you are required to West Call Street Starke Florida Bradford County; Florida, Intends Vanilla Wafers ".. -1e 4/l/ ,

serve a copy of your answerto and file the original with Honor- .. *. .
to apply to the
the Complaint on the Plaintiffs the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt able George L. Patten, Circuit Fiddle Faddle ; .w.N: C3$1/ 10 I t), 19

I attorney James E. Clayton on or before October 11, Potato Sticks Ot ..".tM.MS UMt 38c 49 c HUD
of Clayton Duncan, Johnston 1971; otherwise a Judgment may Judge at Ms office in the .
Clayton, Qulncey. Ireland be entered against you for the Bradford County Courthouse in Cat Litter -- 79 F LB BULK I .'
& Fetder, Post Office Box 1090, relief demanded in the Petition Starke Florida, at 2:00: p.m.
ilncsvillo.. Florida. 32601, and for Dissolution of Marriage. on October 22. 1971 or as soon Foamy Liquid Detergent no. 4l249c/ I MISH CILLO WRAPMO. | LUSCIOUS WHITE SEIOUSS
fill the original In the office WITNESS hand and the thereafter as Petitioner can be <
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court seal of said my Court on this 1st heard, for an order changing Scouring Spongesf .."..- / :ARROTS.1!.K.m12 GRAPES................< .27

on or before October 14, 1971, Petitioner's name from ALICE
day of September, 1971. tow V mirwr tow men wimr tow >
fv ro4r met met
iviirMr tow Nici'' i mirMr tow met'SKINLESS IONUJ iuri
otherwise the allegation of the Gilbert S. Clerk MARIE VALDEZ to ALICE

Complaint will be taken u con By: Beulah Brown M. Moody MARIE CURT10E, by which ,Y ...N.IN1tt PANTRY j, _ _
fessed. name Petitioner shall thereafter PANttV PtIBI YELLOW
Deputy; Clerk AME'RKAN PRIDE FRUIT COFFEE
This notice shall M publishedonce SEAL be known. DAISY CORN1U61 COCKTAIL
each week for four consecutive 9/9 4tchlr20 WITNESS my hand and the FRANKS I CHEESE I CHEESE CREAMERiviirMr

week In the Bradford seal of the Court at Starke. ; 4/l
County Telegraph. Florida this 18th day of August \

DATED this Slat day of August Thete .be weuld lose 197U

( 1971.Circuit Court. Seal) weight are urged to eat before Gilbert S. Brown iow MI 1 mirur tow MICH 1 miror tow rtici tytiioY tow 111/1 rvrnrur tow niriMminur tow mice

Clerk Circuit Court they f e grocery hopping Clerk of the Circuit Court LIBBY'S ICID 110 10.1 'ARANGIL M .

r llridford County, FloridaBy en &the theory that they wont Deputy M. Moody TOMATO I TM LUNCH IMPOITI. HONEYS3KURLS 'OODCAKE ORANGE MEAT

Beulah L'f.Du1uVC Moody buy as Bach food. Another Clerk ,-CT JUICE DINNERS

theory Is this U yms ,. ....,. JUICE LOAF SPAGHETTI ::

9/9 It 9/30 ..leg year fin appetite.ike Mil will. takeaway 9/2 4t 9/23 i3/'l | as4l 49 .41c 5/89


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HAMPTOtd I

CommunityNews By Karen Suoeky FLY to the BAHAMAS

PERSONALSMrs.: !

Mary Williams, Charlie ment Store of Starke. The affair was welcomed home August:
Baker, and Howell Williams, was held Wednesday afternoon by Eric Irene and Jon. his
accompanied by his children August 18, In the homeof brothers and sister. Oh happy $2 9 95 UNDER OUR OPTION PLAN

Jessica recently and returned Howell from Jr., are a trip all here Mr.In and Hampton.Mrs. Lynn Attendingwere Hall day. cnIr (PLUS $3.00 DEPARTURE FEE)

By Elizabeth Wrens; Walker week to North In the Carolina.Smoky Spending Mountains last Miss Lillian Stump, Mr. WELL! WELL! WELLI

;;;n UOhhO.... __,_. O\ IJ.U.I.a.l.I. .. .. the group wound up their excursion baby and Mrs.Mr.Bryan and Mrs.Hamilton Auduson and Reverend Melvlnllamel.Pastor INCLUDES: AIR TRANSPORTATION LUNCHEON GUIDED TOUR
; with
a stop-over in Mr. and Mrs. Sink Mr. and of Hampton Baptist Church
SCHOOL NEWS Alabama to visit relatives on Mrs. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. has returned home to Hampton
which will terminate on the second their way homeward.Mrs. following his release from the
Adult class are being held Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh ,
Sunday In October. AU Fred Townsend and Cindy Next Trip
at 0>e various centers for the Brauneu and John Crawford hospital In Birmingham, Ala.
members are asked to cooperate ; of Fernandina Beach stayedthe The Hamels stayed overnight
benefit of all adults who are a grandson of the Halls.
Interested In continuing: their with this Church; past weekend with her sister In Jacksonville at the homeof 18
The Junior will participate and brother-in-law Mr. Mrs. Hamel's mother and Sept.
education for a better Job a NEW ARRIVALSMr.
: In Sing Out at Greater and Mrs. Jeff FREEPORT
a
Baker.
arrived here in Hampton Friday
diploma, or self Imprvement. and Mrs. Ted Curtissare -
Bethel Church Sun- and
Mr.
Baptist Mrs. Charles
Hicks
August 20.
Education Is needed in all activities
proud to announce the arrival -
day at 3 pjn. All Juniors are returned Monday from Greenville
for success. For Infor- of the newest memberof An Opportunity Of
asked to cooperate with thU South Carolina. The couple The doctors are reported to
call 964-6150.
mation activity.; took their daughter Deb- their family, Helen Denise. be well pleased with his con- Laa Such Unique PromiseIt
Born August 29, Helen came
CITIZENS bie, back to school. Debbie dition and say his heart Is as
SENIOR
Citizens CARD OF THANKS attends the Bob Jones University into this world a chunky 7 !good as new.Reverend Commands Your
All Senior
are reminded Ibs. 1-1/2 ozs.
The family of the late Lean- located In Greenville.
to attend the meeting der Brown wishes to Mrs The arrival of another !girl llamel may not be
express Dorothy Shealy and family Early And Most
which will be held September became known to the world preaching for three or four GRAND
thanks have BAHAMA
and again taken
23 to make plans for the Halloween appreciation to up res- Monday with the birth of Don- weeks, as ho completes his Serious
the idence In Hampton. Mrs.Sheal- Attention!
many; friends for cards,
party. to be held October na Gail to Mr. and Mrs. Fred recovery.
26. The wearing the fun floral pieces telegrams and y moved away several months Peeples. Donna let the world
niest original costume will wina other means of sympathy dur- ago. The family is now living and her mother know she was Dub Carter, who has beenIn
prize. This activity; will be ing their hours of bereavement in the Shafer building. there by weighing In a con- Alachua General Hospital
entertaining for all who at Special thanks to Chestnut & Mrs. Ann Kimberly and family vicing 8 Ibs. 9 ozs. for several weeks is now back
Halle Mortuary for their cour- are also recently moved Both babies were born In home. Although he is in good For Further Information and Reservation Contact
into
tend.Mr. Kerrigan la working with teous service. May God bless Hampton. They have chosen Bradford County; Hospital. condition doctors have restricted
each of you Mrs. Mary L. to reside next to the GrU-
committee for
the many enter- him to little or no
taining activities In the future. Holmes Miami. Fla., Mr. and fins.Mrs. 011 BOY! moving about. R.T. LOVORN REALTOR
Otto !IlIc%
Mrs. C.J. Brown Evelya
Sr. and family siller. -
Cooperation Is needed from the I am happy and relieved to ,
of : !Hicks of Jacksonville
Hampton, Fla. recently -
community.; announce the birth of my young- Mable McCullough was admitted -
spent several
days here est Sean Michael. Sean to Bradford KEYSTONE
visiting. son County; Hospital HEIGHTS, FLA.
CHURCH NEWS was born August 27th at University 2 weeks ago for minor
The Sunbeam Gospel Singersof Day CareMeeting Mrs.Mr.Henry and Mrs.AuCuson: Lynn sponsored Hall! and ; of Florida Hospital In operation. Surgery completed PHONE: 473-3254 OR 473-4152
Jacksonville will be Gainesville. No need to she
appearing a fish fry for the say returned home after a 2-
at the First Born families of employeesand that my husband, Joe, and I day hospital stay.
Church of the Living God Sun- Stumps Depart are very proud of him. He
day night Sept. 12, at 8 p.m.
The public Is invited to hear Sept 13All -
this "llin Il---ft .:...
group.Ebenezor - - - - - -

Baptist Church, parents and other per-
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Bible sons Interested in a Day Care
Class each Monday night.Prayer Center for Bradford County; are Starts )
Meeting each Thursday night. urged to attend an Important Monday971r
Sunday School will conclude: : the meeting In the Neighborhood
services for Sunday at 9:45.: Service Center, RJE auditorium Sept
Monday Sept. 13, at 7:30: .
Greater Behtlehem Free Will P.m.
Baptist Church Rev. Jasper Purpose of the meeting Is to f 4uewua
Williams pastor. Monday night make plans for completing organizational ,
Senior Choir rehearsal. Tuesday work necessary to Ii&Ii&mlli& & 1N2W
night. Choir No. 3 and Us- obtain matching funds for the
hers Board No. 2 will meet. Center through the NEFMada
Wednesday night Prayer Meet- and North Florida Child Care
Ing. Thursday night The Ladles System.
Circle will meet at the homeof Edward Orleman newly lIht'T
Mrs. Nancy Bradshaw. Fri- elected chairman: of the Brad- =\ e 1t
day night Prayer Band will beheld ford County; Day Care Committee -
at the home of Mrs. Sarah attended a meeting In A
Prince. Saturday the Senior Tallahassee last Saturday and
Choir will be selling dinners brought back Important Infor- .
from the kitchen starting at mation from Mrs. Kay Mlk-
noon. Saturday the I Can Cir lus, NEFMeda representativefor } YOUR I1OL1.if UOLfillTWORK
cle will be selling dinners from North Florida Child Care
the kitchen. Sunday is Youth Systems, which will be pre- AN' i> "Soantv"
Day. Sunday School will begin sented at the September 13 \'.
services at 9:30. Morning ser- meeting here. j.PANTY \ :
vice at 11; League at 4 p.m. lie stressed the fact that It IT STILL ; ASSORTED ;
IJ
Evening service, 7:30.: Visitors will be necessary to act quickly BO\EIJ \,..:
always welcome. In order to complete;: organ- "l} DOES! .
izational work In tlm a to qual- :' I / Reg.al.s5 ._ (CIIUIST\I\S'
.Greater Allen Chapel AME ify for matching funds for the tnnivs'rnary
Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins pas County; Day Care Center. SaleLADIES I' C\HUS: (
tor. Sunday services will begin Further information about the (
the Youth Day activity; with Sun proposed Day Care Center may a9e : Spe PInI
day School at 10 a.m. Morning be obtained from the Bradford '
OUR OWN 2 Iltsxe
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service at 11. Evening service Neighborhood Service Center NYLON
100 "'
6 p.m. Plans are In the making phone 9645689.BALLOT. "? \'.110131.: .) $1.04)
for Die church anniversary ti+ UMBRELLAS SIZE 5 to 8

in BRIGHT Ladies
PANTIES
.. FASHION COLORS
S A MPLE Off IG.SH, Fall Casual U"/l. ,_,'I' _..

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Starke, Bradford County, Florida ( ( & \ ( SuIP'1:19 I > ti WHITE.... 1"', '

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the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. Re*. 3/3.7. __---_. 1 ( B HAS )

Sale MEN'S ,(!
CITY CLERKFor PERMANENT .fj OHIG. SSale LADItS

Two Years Vote for One 3/2.49 PRESS HAND SEWN


MERRILL EDWARDS CASUALSLACKS MEN'S $2.19 LOAFERS
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E. Hufcheson" Services Held r ss

Ellery E. Hutcheson 74, a two sisters, Mrs. Ralford Alvarai. +
former resident of Bradford Gainesville; and Mrs.
County, died Wednesday. Aug. Maude Tucker Starke.
25, In Bradford County Hospital
after a brief Illness. Funeral services were held t -r-
Born In Bradford County on at 2 p.m. Friday In the Pine
ftovembsr MOSr-he. had 1WW Level Baptist Church with Rev.
here aU of his life until Mayof Alton Dobbs and Rev. John -- -
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1971. when he moved to Strickland ot cla afng., Inter-
Gainesville. He was a retired ment was In Conner Cemeterywith
farmer and a Baptist. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF CHRIST
Surviving Is one brother. Home In charge of arrange CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JORDAN MISSIONARY AT MELROSE
Clarence Hutcheaon. of Starke; ments. Sunday School 0i4S< 422 N. St, Clair St., Starke. Sunday School, 9:43: tun. BAPTIST MISSION
: a.m. Sunday School 10 aun. Morning behind TaatM
: : Morning Worship 11a.m.Youth U.S. 301 North, -
Morning Worship U Youth Schedule of Services:
a.m.
Worship, 11 a.m. Sunday Fellowship, e pun.Choir Prac Frees Drive In, Sunday
Service 8:00: paw Evening Worship 7 Youth Night Servlc Sunday Bible Study 10:00
Evening pjn. tice. Wednesday 8 pun. School, 10 aun. Worship -
7 pun.Thursday. Weausd y. 7:30: p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch *. II ..,.10 and 7 p.m. Prayer tun. Morning Worship 11:00: a.
.. night Prayer Meet Meeting, Friday, 7:30: pan Service 7:30: pun. Wednes m. Evening Worship, 7:00 pun.
,:30 p.m.h7 All other Evenings8OOpm..
--Rev. Y.W. Kldd. pastor
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
RevivalDr. Luke Pastor: day.Laroy Olive, pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHRWllAJf

REVIVAL MEETINGPINE SMYRNA MJSBONAKYBAPTIST 10 Morning Grlffls, associate pastor CHURCH
John Kent In the ministry CHURCH KINCSLEY LAKE BAPTIST I Whip,f Tra ng Union,,. Sunday School:' 10 a.m. MornIng -
for 21 years and who has 639 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services School 9:30: ; Training 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11 aun. Evening
held revival campaigns .. ; Sunday School 10 aun. Union Sunday 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrymple., Pastor BROOKER Worship, -James Shaw, pas
throughout the southeast and Preaching: 11 a.m. Training U- 11 a.m.; Evening Worship.. Sunday School: 10 a.m. Worship tor.
LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH In many of the central states, nlon, 5:45 p.m. Evening Worship 730 p.m.i Prayer Meeting 7:30: BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH -Services, U a.m. and 7
will speak at revival services 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. ; Sunday School, 10 aun. Mom- p.m. Training Union,. 6 p.m BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
4 MW./ ON 100 at Pine Level Baptist Church -Wilbur Dyne pastor. Wednesday.Pastor Rev. Robert West. Ine Worship 11 a.m.: >Evening Rev. Lacy Conway, Pastor BROOKER, FLA.
STARKE. FLORIDA September 1317. Worship 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday -
CHURCH OF GOD Meeting, 7:30: pun. Wednesday. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -
TIME 7:30: RM. SEPT. 13 -17 R.C. DavenportServices OF PROPHECY BROOKERSuadII.J NEW School RIVER 10 BAPTIST Morning -Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m Morning Superintendent.Training
,
Sunday : a.m. 6:45 Lowell
Non : pun. Douglas,
School Morn-
7
: Worship 11 a.m. and
Held lag Worship U 0am. YoungPeople's Worship, 11 a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services, 11
In VirginiaRobert Service 6 pun. Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday P.m.Rev.. John Ross, pastor aun.. 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw.music -
Evangelistic Service, 7 p.m. 8 p.m. Wednesday Night School, 11 a.m. Morning Worship director
Wednesday Prayer Meeting, service 7:30: p.m. Everyone 8 pun. Training Union
fatherof I EVERGREEN BAPTIST
C. welcome.
Davenport
7 Evening Worship
7:30 Com and worship pun. HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Carter of Route pun. L.L. Highway 125 Northwest of
Mrs. Morris Parker pastor.
with us. Wednesday -7:30: PrayerServlces. CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
2, Starke, died on September Lawtey. Sunday School 10 a.m. !
-Rev. Bobby Harris, puts Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.
3 In Bedford, Va. after several PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper. Pastor. Morning Worship 11:15.: Sunday Morning Worship, 11. Training
HEAR
111 health. Funeral Night Service 7:30: p.m.
years of GREATER BETHLEHEM
Sunday School 10 am Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Ser-
AUGUSTA services were held at 3 p.m. FREE WiLL.BAPTIST CHURCH II Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST Wednesday Prayer Meeting, vice, 7:30. Midweek
Morning Worship aun. CHURCH : Prayer
Sunday In Nlcopolls Methodist Cor. Ah Chestnut Sunday Services QJoostsr c: Band, Young Sunday School, : ; 7:30 pun. Rev Albert Knight, Service, 7:30.:
\ \ GA. Church with burial In Nlcopolls School 11 9:30; Morrdr People, and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship, lla.mEvenir pastor. -Rev. L, Tommy Howe.
Church Cemetery at Bedford. ; League, epmeNightServlc.: : p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Ing Worship, 7p.m.; pastor
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. I pun. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service Wednesday. Meeting and Bible Stud 7 LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH
Bessie Mitchell Davenport; pastor. 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland. p.m. Study on Book of Psalm Sunday. School, 9:45: a.m.! .;.
\ I three IOns, Robin. Lewis, and Pastor G.F. Prevail pastor. Everyone Morning Worship, 11a.mEven. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
James, all of Bedford; five FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome ing Worship, 7:30: p.m. Mid- LATTER DAY SAINTS
daughters, Mrs. Earle Bowyerand STARKE BAPTIST CHURCHpilghway week Bible Study, Wednesday, 1404 E, Bessent Road
DR. JOHN L. KENT Miss Mary Davenport, of Sunday School: 9:45;' Morning HOPE 100 at Theressa) 7:30 p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.
Bedford; Mrs. Elsla Yonka Worship, 11 Junior and Senior Be_ In church Sunday. m. Sunday Seh"'|, 10 s.m. Sacrament
; School- MornIng CHURCH
Sunday aun. FIRST CHRISTIAN
GREAT BIBLE PREACHING Clnclnattl, Ohio Mrs. Roberta ; 6
; MYF 6 Frank p.m.
Jarvis
groups p.m. Worship 11 a.m. TrainIng Sunday Service:Sunday School pastor.
Carter, Starke; and Mrs.Frances Monday Mia 7:30
Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal pan
Union 6:30 Even-
: p.m. ; 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,
Wonzy, Wheaton Md.; one Tuesday Primary 4:30
Prayer : pan
Davenport 7p.m. Misting Ing Worship 7:15: p.m. 10:45 a.m. Evening Service,7:15:
WILL THIS BE OUR LAST REVIVAL? brother Memphis, Tenn.Howard; one sister, 7:45.7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday Night Prayer Services p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun- ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC 7:30 Wednesday P.m.Jesse Relief Society.
: Merle CHURCHMACCLENNY
7:30 Rev.
: p.m. day 6:30: p.m.
OHN STRICKLAND. B.D. PASTOR Mrs. Elsie Rowe, Charlotte, -DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. D. Branson, Branch
N.C.; 20 grandchildren, and 26 Packham, pastor -J.C. Brown minister Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy President
>
sy Mass, 5:30 pun.
great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were his grandSons LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL.
Carlisle C. Davenport, HOLINESS.CHURCH
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Robert and Walter Yanks Robert Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; ;; ; ""; ,
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and James Bowyer Morris Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth 1

Carter, Jr., and }Mickey Service 6 pwm.; Evening Worship ........ E A............ .. I

Davenport. 7 p.m.Tuesday.Prayer Meeting 7:30: 1 ::;:;:i:::';;:\\T R '. .....:..:..... ..'.;..;..;..:..:..:..:'..;:;,.:'.....:...;.....;.:...:..:i::::;:;:::;;:::;:..::

Bayless Highway R.J. Crossley p.m.Rev. ...:..:.:.: k\I :: .j. J
W.B. Chauncey,pastor He walked a lung time and doorjjiijj :.I; atm44
11i11 rang many ( (. ../ : ; i iflif
ChurchSTARKE Services Set i !;i=1: bells and "scared" a lot of people in order to "! '.'('." t;:. f
Baptist In Jones ChapelRussell GRACE BAPTISTCHURCII.STARKE :|::::j:: acquire his Halloween treasures He wants '
"j.'
|ti1| to sleep with his treasures beside him, where ,(
J. Crossley, 74, of Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mor- / r ,
FLORIDA Starke died Monday, Sept 6, ning Worship at II. Training ;$:::::: he can feel the sack \\'itlhis hand. to,
Union, 6:30 Evening Wor- :::;: <::: .f. (
after a long Illness. Born In p.m. ; '
Pennsylvania on Dec. 1, 1896, ship, 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer Sjiij-: These treasures somehow remind you that .k: ;. \ he moved to Starke two years Meeting, 7:30.: --Rev, Leon T, one of .. I /
jij::; your responsibilities toward youradorable ,
from Buford, S.C. lie was Odom, Jr., pastor, r'1.
REVIVALGood a ago retired boilermaker with the jiiiji child! is to teach him what real trl'', uA.s ., ,

railroad Industry, and was a AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH :jjijjj::::'i: treasures are-friends, country, church, 1/, .f ', '

member of Jehovah Witnesses. Sunday School jn. MornIng -. ::1|;!|:; good deeds, family, love of God, and quality\ .\,:," h ,

Gospel Preaching Surviving G. Crossley Is his; one wife daughter, Yolanda -, Worship< Worship, 7 ,pjn.II a.m.; Wed.; Evening Prayer :;:::;::; of"/spirit, to name a few. ... ''. "s'\ 1' .
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Genevieve Crossley of
Miss Meeting and Bible Study ,
Camp Hill Pa.; four sons, Ernest 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- |1mj| 'That "Trick or Treat"'bag somehow reijijj \p''1; .T

SEPTEMBER 19-26 of Carlisle, Pa.; John f-. every Monday, 7 p.m. .!: minds! you of that scripture Matthew: that t.. 1 f.r I(:, t ,
of Camp Hill, Pa.; Gilbert, of G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone y
Starke; and James Crossley Welconw. I :jjj:: goes, "Lay not up for j/oitrnelies( treasure/ .:;. .

Roanoke! Va.; one sister, Mrs. I ;!1m1:: lImll> ee"1w"el'e/ / moth und dust dotli( / corj 1t' b i

J.D ROBINSON Carrie Kunkel Marysvllle Cross-, ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC |lj|i j "rapt/ and where thieves,; break, thrwr/li and/ /([
Charles
Pa. a brother,
LREV Pastor ley,; Bridgeport, Conn.; ; and Father CHURCH James,Cregan.STARKE pastor :jjijij::: steI/[ ]", !lay up yourselves/, tl'eCC. I"'e8 "in I

three grandchildren. Saturday Ma... 7 pun.Sunday I 1mi1:::! lieacen/ where neither, /moth r nor I'/CHt/ doth[ >< I

'fr Evangelist held Funeral at 2 services P.m. Thursday will be In Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mall =jiiii::: (corrupt/ '' and where 'thferen do tut break, 4 ,

... Jones Memorial Chapel with 7 p.m.Confessions -- Saturday 6 .t 1m11::: ,tit rough nor steal: for where\ your" t,'eCl""'(" k kice I

; GERALD NORMAN William McCollum officiating. :f1:: there ,It'illlJo/II'/ heart be (If.,,.." i
Following -services, the remains P.m.School ,
of Religion: :|::: + R ,
:r Song Leader will be cremated. Grade School -- Sunday U 1 ii ti:::| You know that the church will help you( in yr' AGI I
__ to 12 noon. AT B
Jll a.m.High School -- Wednesday I :gj::: tills so you vow again to be faithful to every n

v MRS J.R KELLY 7to8p.m. jjjjjj H 1 service thankful for all! the wonderful Y I

Pianist [1i jijji 111 workers there, asking God to and .
L Experts believe a newly- ...... help you( q;
discovered autograph oWil- NORTIISim: BAPTIST :::::: them v. I
then/ Shakespeare is genuine.For CHURCH '
SONG SERVICE 7 :30 one thing, it has the cor Worship,
rect wrong spelling./ 9:45:Sunday; Sunday Morning School 11. Sunday :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::;::::::.;;::.::::::::::::::::: ::::::::;:.:;;::::: :: :{.:f.............. ... :. '...:'.:':':'. t

e e Evening: Worship 7:30.: ;m1j Church il(..<.l oppomli, *ojimr;in II,., world\ ;lor"tpno4> | rht knonlidji" ol,Hn" ,Ion .Q\E't\ TJfl 'i{

Kvcrytnw J Welcome Wednesday Evening 7:30.: :..;.:;.:. (tar"man'nd.1 Nil demand. lo'RIM lo mend' ,lo'Thor t IOM bI...ui|(in" ..""hbar Without" :' .:;.:..;.: I
-Wayne Wells, PastorST. :::;: tflil" fievntfinf, .m rho.. lore o* C,4. no govtrnmtnt or wiry or war ahl/ mil long c:: : g. ;::::
::::: 1'0"' ""I and int.. hrriomt" .hM mi held"der mil, inmtotlr' ,,,..h ,ln.,,1.,.. I'lnIrom :.2'. ;5::: .
MADISON STREET MAKK'S EPISCOPAL: .i:1:!: I "In.ham, .1 "n., OKI .inogld ",,",n 'Hit hunri lor rh, lake ol no ..'sera ..J .:..
BAPTIST CHURCII CHURCH, ST MUm :.:.:. ol turmoil. and Ml family" It,... tfiol.' I h....ir. oar, puuft iriould" uphold" and portkipofi .
...I r int. ie..ai .r it ..... Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning Holy Eucharist, lit and 3rd i111 1 M ,rho hrh b.<,... if lilli 'rho "truth' ohoul' "man i hie, cftaih' and dnr-nf."- 'rhi '; ,
Worship at 11; Church Train- Sundays, 10 a.m. Morning Prayer ::;::: 'ash' uriah Mono. ..ill "' him. lr" I. !10.. 01 .thud," ol God ,'f\J11ot 1 l:
t ing 6:15: ; wrIU Prayer Circle 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday :::::: C.I,,_,.., h. 10'I I
t 7:15: ; Evening Worship, 10 :::;:::::;;::::::::::;:;:::;::::::::::;:::::::::::;:::::::;:;:::;:;::::;::;:::::::::::::::::::;::;:::;:::":.:......:..:............:.. ..... ..... '.' ....;:: .......
7:30.: a.m.John M. I lynn, Rector .. f
Youth Choir Prac- --------.--- -- - - -- --------
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t tice, Children's Choir Prac-
t tice, 7 p.m.Wednelday. STARKE CHURCH
OF'CHRIST
Night
Family
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Supper 6:30; Prayer Meeting Bible School, 10 a.m. Worship STARKE 66"
t For any bereaved ones wishing to make at 7:30; church Choir Practice Services, II a.m. and FLORIDA SERVICE
6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wednesday -
memorials of a lasting nature.. 8:30.Denton: 7 Ladles Bible 44G4
t Sumrall, pastor. Class Thursday p.m. II a.m.Church # EST Hill Edwards |1'h. 0647231Tire

t FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH located 18. ape block west on SR gti4 ONTROL Tru.ing

Your contributions to the Crosby Lake STARKE --J.P.H. Bell minister :::.:;:.-, Headlight Adjusting

t Cemetery Trust Fund fa perpetual care Sunday Brotherhood Break- a Ol6swa'' C*.
t fast and Meeting 7:30: a.m.; PINT.IMI: L CONGREGATIONAL Brake S rvlce
of the Cemetery will be a living memorialto Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; Morning METHODIST: CHURCH: Carl Hunt Phone 984-6111
t the memory of your departed loved Worship 11, sermon"What Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor- Wheel lUlnncc and
ones them of t God Wants Of His Church"; ning Worship II a.m.'outh 5.19: E. Call St. Sturke .'111.
assuring a resting place: Alignment
Church Training, 6:15: ; Even- Service 6 p.m. Evening: Worship -
beauty and dignity. Ing Worship, 7:30 p.m., ser 7:30: p.m Rev Tommy 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Phone 964.5715 for FREE AR! 'COHDITIO SERVICE
t About I., Milliard,
mon "Some Certainties pester liway'301' and 100
t the Second Coming of Jesus." lMp.ctlons and Estimates AH Rlinor Repairs
Monday Youth "A" Choir tlO 8. Temple. Stark
t Memorials may be made in the form of Practice, 3:30: p.m.; Youth FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 617 N. Temple Ave. Stark

contributions to the Fund and mailed to t Choir Tuesday Practice- The, 7, Helen Mas- 'Ralford Road A Wtldon St.-

a P.O. Box 368, Starke, Fla in the name ters, Lorena Epperson and Ida Charles Thomas, pastor.

of the one to whom you wish to pay t ley Darby Lake Groups home meet of Mrs.at Kings-Leila .lag.Sunday Worship School,,. 1 II.. 10 Sunday tan Mom-Even. STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS BRADFORD

tribute. An card will .Ire, 7 lUll.TJ.artcla1l11cf&t.& 7:30. ABSTRACT
acknowledgement Mundy for program and cov- : SUPPLIES, Inc. Grocery and Market CO.
t be sent by the Association to the family ered dish luncheon, 10 a.m.;

concerned. t Young G.A. Meeting Musicians, 4:15.Choir Ethel Biggs 3:30: ; BAYLESS HICHWXY BAPTIST lIf't.arlns Ac Hardware Groceries) Meats Feed Heller Service For Your

Group meets at Garden Rest. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship 1Gmpl.l.. Paint Supplies GAS AND OH Title Problems
t aurant, 7 p.m.; Lottie Moon Service II a.m. Church '.."
Such memorials. made to the Crosby Lake I Group meets at the church; training, 6:30: p.m. Evening and Sportla' Good Jack and Gladys Edwards Abstract'
Brownlee Group meets at the
Cemetery Fund will h3 Jp insure lasting care home of Mrs. Earl Searing Worship WednesdayPrayer 7:30.: Meeting, U. 8. 301 South Starke. Title Insurance
t With Us FlrafSit
Check
of the Cemetery and will be a permanent t 7:30 p.m. 7:30: p.m. PHONE M4-8312 ISM \ '. Call Ph. M4-MA1
tribute to the memory of the one in/ whose Supper Wednesday, 6 p.m.-; Family Prayer Meet-Night Rev. J.D. Robinson Waahlnfton St. M4-5270

t name the memorial is made. Ing R.A. Meeting and 7th Grade

t Girls In Action, 6:30 pun.; CLAY
ELECTRIC
CROSBY LAKE CEMETERY Showing of Billy Graham Film, nr. WE DON'T HAVE IT COOPERATIVE, Inc.

t ASSOCIATION INC. Choir."His Land"8:15.Thursday: 7 p.m.; Church .BuppUt_'U set, .U Funlture for :ran., Equip.Office Owned By Thoae We Sene !. T welro Northeast. Florida (....tI.. ..H.I...... Our ......n .I4ve I1KtwKlectrksav'Kiy.ss. .

t Music Maker ...... Bradford County H.i.kU-P.*** 47.-4tll

I KO.: B..J68 ttmA, PU. Choir 7 p.m.Practice 3:30: ; Visitation Telegraph.

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Keystone Hilites/ .1: Zowarka Delivers The Keystone Heights School game with Branford.-. on Sept-

started the new term Tuesdaywith ember 24.
By GLORIA REDF EARN Baby In mbulance a record opening day en-

Please Call 473.3288 rollment of 796. The figure The Keystone School has 14
473.4132
or Firemen are trained to meet This was the first time"doctor" was expected to top 800 before new teachers this term. They

COFFEE any emergency at time Zowarka had the oppor- enrollment Is completed-- are: Carolyn Brown, business
A coffee honoring the teach- Christoffers and that apparently lncllu delivering tunity to put Into use may of the gain of about 50 students over education; Mary Brown Math;
n and staff of Keystone babies In the back seat helpful emergency procedures last year's average dally attendance Stephan Brokas elementary

eights High School was held Harris of the Keystone Volunteer Fire learned while earning his first physical education and math;
last Thursday afternoon In the Department ambulance.At aid certificate required of all The school opened with three Janice Guard, toography and
school library. The coffee table Mr. and. Mrs. Wayne K. Ha- least that was the recent volunteer ambulance personnel. new classrooms, added duringthe math: Donna !Nahoom.: English;

was beautifully decorated zen of Keystone Heights announce experience of Assistant Fire Besides his duties as a volun- summer and air condi- David Stroman, band, chorus
with spring flowers with a punch the engagement of their Chief Jim Zowarka, who did teer fireman Zowarka is em- tioners have been Installed in humanities; Pamela Bush, 6th
either end and daughter Terri Ann Christo- the library. grade Frank Davis. 4th Linda
owl> on coffee Just that while the ambulancewas ; :
ployed by the DuPont Companyand
ffers to Donald Harvey Norris Sports fans can look forward Erb
smaller 2nd Beth
service on a table. i 6'r4o Davis ; Mary ,
to the
enroute with {
hospital also attends classes at the
Serving were: Mrs. Bob Cro- son of Mrs. and Mrs. liar- l to sitting In new bleachers at 4th; Harry Hazen, kindergarten -
izler, Mrs. Bob Eklund, Mrs. rold W. Norris of Orange Park. an expectant mother. University of Floridp.dt football games this fall, thanksto ; Lucille Rigsby, 2nd; Susan

Jillchard fuller and Mrs. Ml-- The marriage will take placeon ....'fir;'.'....'+'r1vf6.'SfiKhfd_. ____.ti9rtS/rYk.' : ..,C+Rw$.A.Q'ti the efforts of the Booster Scasholtz, elementary gui-
chael Hedfearn.I November 27, at the Com- Club. They will be ready for dance; and Barbara Sullivan,

A short skit was performed munity Church of Keystone News Notes use in time for the first home special reading.

Bob Eklund height I .
with Mrs. portrayIng aa-- a. aa- aa.. - ---- -
Coach Baylcss Mrs. Bob The bride-elect graduatedfrom -

Crozier as Mrs. Jorge Valde- Orange Park High SchoolIn By Helen Egan '_ INDIAN BEACH (Lake Beatafly Fe)
Ijulll, and Mrs. Richard!\ fuller 1970, and attended Jackson- ) T : Atlcb.el H. CkllhPb.ee I

las Mr. Charles Ryder, the prln- ville University and will seek FELLOWSHIP CLUB San Antonio Texas. r'i 475.1612
a degree In Medical Techno- a.a. a. a. a. a. a. a. a. - - -
Covered dish luncheon and -
cipal. The skit was thoroughly Houston and Marlon Driscoll - -

| enjoyed by everyone. logy.Mr. program meeting will be held returned last week from a Well for all practical purposes this miracle.
Norris graduated from at the Lions Club at 12:30: today shortened holiday visit In New- Summer Is over. School

COMMUNITY CHORUS Keystone Heights High SchoolIn ((Sept. 9). Mrs. Mamie Eck- port, Rhode Island. When Mrs. has started, people are back PF.K.SONAUS:
community chorus Is beIng 1966 and entered the Navy ford of Jacksonville and Twins Driscoll live In the
A came to .4 on their Jobs, and everything's Jackie Valuma of Thomas-
organized for Keystone ber being of discharged lie In Novem- Lake will\ give a musical program United States, 52 years ago, .., settled back down to normalor vlllc, Ga.! spent a few days
1970. is
Heights. The first rehearsal now employed according to Program she came to live In Newportwith '..' ( at least in tide process with her aunt and uncle Fran-
will be held Monday Sept. 20, as assistant manager of Chairman Vera Lambing. her cousin Mrs. Lillian\ of it). ces and Dick Milliard, last
at 7:30: p.m. at the Woman'sClub. one of the Pantry Pride foods McBride, with whom the Drls- week

All interested adult sing- stores in Jacksonville. COMMUNITY CHURCH: colls spent a week as house Hazen New
ers are invited to attend. For Sunday August 12, will be guests. Other relatives and Harry Brings ConceptTo I'm sure all you football +It on'i I On :Next; P.ijir)

further information please call very Interesting. Mrs.Marshall Sunday School Rally Day at friends In Newport called on fans are Pro glad Season to see Is Die start-regular -

4733395. Gallop the Devotional Chairman 9:40: a.m. in the Sunday School their old friends. Keystone Heights Kindergarten? ing Sunday week. From all McKay Returns

took a great amount of building. Mrs. Harrison Batchelder hada ,
SOMAN'S CLUB time in selecting these books. surprise telephone call from Harry Hazen Is one of an be the usual reading and maUi certainly Die good pre-season looks like games we're, in it After Eye Surgery

The first luncheon-card party Members please attend your FAITH! PRESBYTERIAN her grandson Bert Courtney Increasing number of young readiness work, Mr. Ilazen for exciting this In Gainesville
of the season will be held Sep- Circles and enjoy this very Thursday, Sept. 9 (today) theWomen's of Tuckerton N.J. He Is a men Interested in development plans to Include art, music Looks an like our season Miami year Dol-

tember 10 at noon at the club- Informative devotional study. Cl.cle of the Church recent graduate of Regional and who are applying \ '- nature, literature, and crea- phins have a good S.E.: McKay, veteran Key-
A \ The first Din- meets at 9 a.m. High School and Informed his their Interest tive dramatics may year
house. monthly card party Family Night by workingIn as an integral too. Lot's hope so But stone Heights realtor, returned -
will be sponsored by the Key ner will be held In the Educa- District Chairman Mrs. Ray grandmother that he has a two- the field of elementary school part of the program.To that all remains to anyway.be Tuesday from the Vet

stone Heights Woman's Club tion Building on September 29 Dennison, wllbe\ guest and week vacation from his new teaching. a great extent Mr. Ha- Tuesday, Kronzcll and Gloria seen. erans Administration Hospitalin

and tickets for the entire sea- at 6:30: p.m. will Install officers of the position and will spend it visIting That is the reason whyIn zen plans to use (the "open Buchanan and daughter Tina of Gainesville where he under-

son will be available for $10 Mrs. L.C. Gayle Program Church Circle: President. Mrs. the Batchelders.Of case anyone asksr- the Key- classroom" concept, allowing :Mobile Ala., drove to their went eye surgery for removalof
plus tax. Chairman has a delightful pro- Herb Parsons; Vice President stone Heights School kindergarten children to group within the camper and parked and up visitedus cataracts from both eyes.
gram planned for the evening.Ed Mrs. Clinton Barton; Sec'y, the 11 Keystone members has a male teacher this class according to their Interests till Thursday afternoon. Although back at his homeIn
COMMUNITY CIIUPCII Allen, of Melrose will be Mrs. Vance Powell and Trea- of the Bradford County Senior year. and readiness for cer- When they left they were goingto Keystone he will undergoa

The first general meeting of the speaker and his subject surer, Mrs. P.L. Balnbrldge. Citizens Club Mrs. Batchelder Being a man In what has tain activities. Each group maybe Tampa then, back to Mobile brief period of recuperation
the Community Church Wo will be "TreesTheir FunctionIn Hostesses for this special will present an American Flag traditionally been considereda Involved In different pro- completing a two-week before returning to office du-

man's organization will be held Ecology." occasion are Mrs.Harriet KIm- holder through the courtesyof woman's field Is only the jects. Although a demanding Camping Vacation. Bronzell!! ties.Mr.

Monday evening Sept. 13 at 7:30In : Mr. Allen is Assistant County brough and Mrs. D.H. Barrows. Donald Tipping who fashIoned most obvious way Mr. Hazen method for the teacher, who grew up with my father, Jamesin McKay was scheduledto
the Educational Building. Agent In Duval County and On September 18 from 2-5 It of mahogany wood. differs from the usual kinder- must seem to be everywhereat West Bay. Michael and Kos- have the operations some

The speaker will be the pastor appears on two TV programs, p.m. (Sat.) the Presbytery will The next meeting of the Clubis garten teacher. As a recent once, It insures continuing etta (Howard of Starke visited time ago but a postponement

Stewart McCord and his one of which Is "HI Neighbor"on hold a Planning Session for Sept. 14 at 1 p.m. In PrattSt. graduate of the University of interest and participation by us for a while Wednesday and was necessary due to the ser-

topic will be "How To Start ANew Channel 12 at 6:45: a.m. on Junior High School Youth at Recreation Hall Florida's experimental pro- the children, who don't all haveto Thursday. Wednesday, I spent ious Illness of his wife, Hazel -

!; Life". All members are Monday through Friday.lie alsois Camp Montgomery (Presby- The George Kaufmann family gram In elementary education, be doing the same thingat half the day In Gainesville tryIng who was also hospitalizedIn
urged to be present as this "Mr. Green Thumb" on terian Camp) on Crystal Lake. have enjoyed entertainingthe he comes to the Job with a Die, same time. to take care of bus- Gainesville.
some
will be a beginning for the bookto Channel 4 each Saturday at On Sunday, Sept. 19, from 2-6 Gary Abels and daughter wealth of new Ideas and some llazcn's versatility would iness with Moren Isher of

be studied by the Circles 1:30: p.m. the Presbytery Planning Ses- Patty of Chicago and Dan Ship- of the best training available. seem to make him uniquely Keystone. I'd like to pause fora H.W. Becker
for the year. He will bring a wealth of sion will be held for Senior man, who Is the pilot-owner Hazen's approach to kinder- suited for tills t type program. moment. and praise the Lord
Circle Meetings of the Church Information that you won't wantto High Young People at Camp of a plane which flew the partyto garten derives from the traditional "Not only Is he a prolific ama- for bringing Bro. :Mel Hamel Kites Are Held

will be held on Monday, sept. miss. Please bring the family Montgomery. Keystone for the holiday English "Infant school" teur artist with experience In (Pastor of Hampton Baptist) At Melrose

20, with the newly formed Cir- and a covered dish and Join weekend. concept. Each child is approached al mediums, but he is also to us In great shape. The
cle, The Madonnas, meetingon in the fellowship. HOMEMAKERS NOTICE Some delay was experiencedon on an individual basis an accomplished musician witha Lord truly worked a miracleIn Raymond Woodworth Becker,
Wednesday, Sept. 23, at 1 Circle 1 I. chaired by Mrs. The Homemakers Club of take-off from Meigs Fieldin and provided with a variety background of ten years of Brother: Hamel's life, and 76, of Melrose, died Sunday,
p.m. at the Educational Build Roy Turknett, and Circle 2, Keystone community will meetat Chicago due to the clear- of rich experiences.Thereis piano and guitar. Ills graduate he's in better condition than Sept. S, in a Gainesville hospital -
chaired by Mrs. Walter Gro- 10 a.m. on Sept. 15 at the ance plans for the arrival of no standard curriculum for training Includes botany and he's been In for after an extended illness

ing.Circle 1 will meet at the lick, will be in charge of the home of Mrs. Agnes Cuendeton President Nixon who was guest kindergarten so the teacheris cology, as well as early child- When the heart specialist many years.released Born In Grand Junction, Colo.,
home of Mrs. Walter Mulhofer dinner White Sand Lake. speaker at the two-day Amer- free to experiment on his hood development and he has him inlilrmingham Ala. he was a retired sales managerand

In Keystone Club Estates at ican Milk Producers Convention or her own. While there will managed to equip his room witha he tol d Brother Hamel his a member of the Presby-
1:30: p.m. with Mrs. Roy Turk- DUPLICATE BRIDGE PERSONALSMrs. which Is a giant dairy piano and television set, as heart In terian Church. lie had lived in
was as good condi-
Winners for Tuesday august Helen Tillman Is leav- cooperative.Mr. :Melrose for the
nett as Chairman. Fireman's Ball well and other audiovisual aids. past 15 years.
tion his I know
Circle 2 will meet at the 31, were: First place1.Mra.. ing soon for her new home In Hazen says he became Interested as was. many Surviving Is his wife, Florine,
, and Mrs. R.N. Liv- El Paso Texas to be near her Mrs Clarkof people everywhere ne\%'prayed
home of Mrs. Walter Grolick, Val Givens and Phillip Described As in ydunter children for Brother Hamel for of Melrose; one daughter, Mrs.
a long
Circle Chairman. ingston; Second place Mrs. son and daughter-in-law the Keystone Club Estates en- because he felt that the child's (Harry !Neafle, Scarsdale N.Y.;
Raymond Crabtree and Mrs. Samuel Fosters. This city is with fish fry patio Great SuccessFire time and I want you to know two
Circle 3 will meet at the tertained a first encounter with the world God stepsons and four grandchildren -
home of Mrs. Ernest McLeanon W.J. Grolick; third! Mrs. A. a haven for service men and party on Saturday, Sept. 4. outside his home was of enor- has answered our prayers and .
V. Bannister and Mrs. C.W. their families, as Mr. FosterIs Chief Huntley Redfearn truly performed a mira J uneral
Little Lake Cir- Guests enjoying this festive gathering mous Importance to the way services were heldat
Geneva cle. Since I'm
cle Chairman. Hardy; fourth, Mrei Gay Liv- retired. Helen has been a were Mr. and Mrs. Jr.. reports that the recentFireman' he felt about himself and his the only one 2 p.m. Tuesday in Jones
and Mrs. Raymond faithful friend of but a Ball, sponsored by at Hampton Baptist who writes
many Memorial
Circle ingston Tommy Tyre and children (who relationship to school. Chapel. Keystone
4 will
meet at the for this behalf
the ( on of Bro
Keystone Volunteer paper
home of Mrs. John Bird Cir- Starnes. since the passing away of her have recently adopted a baby); Department Hazen received his degreein ther the Heights, with Dr. James R.
cle Chairman. Winners for Thursday evening husband and the selling of her Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis of was a great success with elementary education from Hamel Members of Neale; : officiating
Sept.; 2, were: First, Mr. home on Grove Street,her plan- approximately 200 merry- Hampton Baptist, and all who The
Circle 5 will meet at the Starke; and Mr.and Mrs.Wayne the University: of Florida last know and love Brother Hamel family requests that
makers
home of Miss Katharine Bow- and Mrs. Al Bachmann; second ning has been rather upsetting Donahoo, new residents of the attending. year. lie and his wIre have resided I want know friends may contribute:: to the
to
and Mrs. and she is forward to The annual benefit dance playsan you your pray-
Mrs. W.J. Grolick looking Scholarship
Park former Birch home on Law- l in Keystone Heights for Fund of Faith
of The
ersox. Palms Mrs. Ray- being back In the harness of important part In funding ers are deeply appreciated and
C.W. Hardy third Presbyterian Church
at 9 with ; rence Blvd. To commemoratetheir about four years! In lieu of
a.m. Mrs. F.L. Ste- making new friends, and being tenth the department's activities and we give God all the glory for flowers
weddingannlversary -
vens as Circle Chairman. mond Crabtree and Mrs. W.H. of !
purchases
close to her son, as her health the Donahoos vacationed for equipment.The
The Rebeccas will meet at Davie; fourth, Mr. and Mrs. has not been too good of late. dance, held this in
8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mike Faikel. four days at Crescent Beach year
Mrs. Joanne Wright leaves the new Lions Club building also -
Thomas Gregory, Circle Chair- shortly\ for her new home in Mr. and Mrs. Stanley La- serves as a boost to the
man. Coste have recently returned membership drive.
The books chosen for the HERE 'N THERE from a month's holiday visit i.t

devotionals for the Circles are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Starnes of Pensacola announce the a- and tour to Saratoga N.Y.

,........................................: doption of a daughter Amber where they enjoyed the mas- Team Teaching

Lucille who was born on July sive new Performing Arts Center Comes To KIIS
'
: 2. Her paternal grandparentsare which featured the philadelphia \ l
: Mayor and Mrs. Raymond Orchestra with Eugene In Grades 4-6
.
Starnes. Congratulations to Ormandy conductor. Mrs. La-

I them. Costs's niece and family the Team teaching Is being triedat
.
.. Don Aska, who had surgeryIn William Klmmels of Schnec- the Keystone Heights School

e Alachua General Hospital, lady N.Y., entertained them for the first time this year In
.. Is home and up and around. for a few days. Mr. Kimmell grades four and six. Mrs. Con-
Bruce Prevatt and son, Rosa, Is manager of the T.V. and nie Tuller who teaches 6th
: : of Norfolk are here visiting with Radio station In Schnectady. grade and has had previous sr.r
his parents Mr. and Mrs. My-
experience with the method in
ron C. Prevatt, Sr. and his Going on to Hudson Ohio,
: ,
Stan Ohio explains how it works.
brother and family Mr. and and Jane enjoyed visiting r7 + w
While the traditional elemen-
: Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mac-
:
Mrs. Myron C. Prevatt Jr.
i Cracken. tary school class has one teacher -
Mrs. MacCracken
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Wright of la
who is responsible for all
Mrs. LaCoste's sister. Her
: Ocala spent Labor Day week- two
subjects the team teaching con-
brothers' families In Akron
C end In Keystone visiting with
S
utilizes than
/ Ohio cept more one
was their next
stop-over,
his relatives, all the Redfeanu.
-.t teacher and divides the subject
the Albert J. Brewsters
and
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hanks and
matter between them.
the Evan
S daughters, Debbie Tammy and Brewsters.
eS Mrs. Tuller Is enthusiasticabout
Michelle spent a week vacationing 1:
the "It
On their return to Keystone method. gives
In Miami Beach
and they made a final visitto the teacher time to prepare INDIAN ENDS will be, left to right, Bobby Burner, Paul Lelno
West'Mrs
S Key Mrs. LaCoste's niece and her one subject really well," Larry Turknett Llston Plckren and Danny Babb.
.. Ralph Naples presidentof family the Gerald Rowes, in she declares "and you are able
St. Williams Altar Society Norfolk, Va. Taking a side tripto to give students a little some-
: wishes to thank all memberswho thing extra. Bayless
S the famous Wililamsburg Hones For Title
generously supplied Items
Va. and It's historical setting. Another advantage she said .
for the bake sale on August 4- is that It helps prepare inter-

i What Price Safety was 5. Winner Ed Tlmmlns of the of clock Keystone radio Raymond Sympathy Becker Is extended of Melrose to Mrs. mediate specialization students they will for encoun-the Keystone Indians head Coach "The schedule Is fairly missed playing last season because -

Heights. whose husband ter when entering the 7th grade. Roy Bayless has high hopes for tough but we've got a tough of two knee operations.At .
passed away on "It also provides welcome this year's squad which he bunch of boys" the coach said. six feet and 155 pounds
? Sept. 5. Mr. Becker stricken
Your Valuables : was -
for praises as "one of the finest "We'll be If Babb
suddenly with a blood clot variety as well as a break In disappointed we is expected to work his
A.B. In his leg which required ma- daily routine" Mrs. Tuller groups since I've been coaching don't win our district this way back into the lineup some-
"
MalmsjoServices said. Students seem to like at 1 KHS. year." where this year.
jor
LESS THAN YOU THINK! i Held surgery. the method also since It gives On Die eve of his fifth sea- Bayless said the new Indian Other Indians expected to put

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price them the opportunity to be e- son with the Indians, Bayless offense will be quicker and power into the team's championship -
In Jones ChapelAlbert returned valuated by three different said prospects are good fora more powerful than the "Wish- drive are two-way tac-
recently\ from a two
Don't gamble with the safety : months visit with their two sons teachers, Instead of one. successful 1 season. "We have- bone T" attack Keystone fans kle Jim Leukel; center Mike
Mrs. Tuller Is particularlysuited n't had a lot of problems and have become used to over the Packard; senior tackle Jack
and N.Y.The
of documents valuables. Insure -: B. Malmsjo Sr.Tuesday 84, families In Ossinlng for her specialty In soc we've got good leadership from years. Meek offensive guards Jim
of Keystone Heights died sons are the Ray Prices
ial our returning people and team lie also had for Passwater
and
studies. She spent two praise pass- Larry Vaughn,
them against fire, theft, loss by i Sept. 7 after, in Bradford County and Mrs.the Frank Price's Prices sister, Jr. Mrs.E. the Philippines as a Peace yearsIn captains" he said. He also catchers Bobby humor who and all-around tackle Larry
Hospital
a long Illness.
Corps volunteer, graduated pointed out that there are four will open at tight end, Larry Knepper.
renting a safe deposit box. Born In New York City on Feb. McGreevy of Quaker Town, from Central Connecticutt College returning starters on a team Turknett, and Paul Lelno. "That
24, 1887, he moved to Keystone Pa., entertained Frank and Lillie and taught in Connecticut with only two sophomores.An Turknett can really catch the Jack Sheffield, Junior utility

The fee is low and i Heights four years ago from for a visit. and Ohio before coming to Key- example of the tremendous ball. all three are good back; offensive and defensive
monthly Connecticut He was a dealerin stone Heights three years ago. spirit the Indians have genera- receivers," he said. guard Jack Funderburk; senior
again about retail furs.Surviving ted this early In the year Is Tailbacks Rick Wheeler and Liston Plckren and quarter-
you'll
never worry : Is Ma wife, MartaM. S.E. McKAY. REALTOR the battle going on for the Mike Schultz will be carrying back Robin Henderson also fig-

possible loss. See us soon then ; Malmsjo; one son, AlbertB. the Old 1cim&1"A defensive end spots In the start- much of the offensive load ure prominently In the Indians'
., Jr., of Chappaqua, N.Y.; Keystone Height 473-4816 / ing lineup between :Mike Schultz, according to Bayless. "They'll plans.
relax, don't worry.KEYSTONE i. two daughters Mrs. Marta Mc- Appraised Service h47kfj1lJ.I/!?!! / ; : : Bryan Stanley Ricky Davis, carry the ball about 90 percent Credited with much of the

MurtrU, of Starke, and Mrs. The t\\IIJfj./\ and Tim Goetzman. of the time" he said. firing up of Indian spirit are
Deal In Lakefront
Louise Martin, Smyrna, Del.; /, Bayless also said that he Ricky Davis has been con- the team captains Paul Lel

STATE BANK i 12 grandchildren, and 12 great Home*. Acr.f.*, Rent.l.ASSOCIATES l. 11 } expects his three linebackers verted from his guard spot to no and Mike Wrinkle, the coach

grandchildren Paul Lelno Bobby humor and a blocking back position, which said
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Fla. : Funeral services were held qh/1fiIf/ / / ''' Steve Byrd will be "real should put some real punch The regul&r season opens with

at 10:30: a.m. Thursday Jones Mr*. Melbi Ilf.n 47J-4740 I tough." Though the trio weighsin into Indians drives to the goal St, Joe (there) at 8 p.m. Friday -
Bank In Your Friendly SCommunity" Memorial Chapel Starke with at only around 160 pounds Sept. 17.
"You. Friendly Rev. John M. Flynn or c.t. J. Chetilnflon 41J.4S" .a"ll.I alway. a vehicle line.Another
SN clatlne. each "the boys are coachableand player Bayless Is This year's trainers are
L. J. Hoblnian 471-4041 that .eem. to dUioIve in the
J Interment was In Crosby Lake P. .h.lC.r, 47J-401I rain." quick. They hit a good lick" pinning a lot of hope on is Dan- Bruce Bannon and Tom WU-
.NNNeeeeee.eeeeeee.e.eee.ee.eee.. Cemetery. Bavless smiled. ny Babb a senior letterman who son

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INDIAN BEACH MuslcalJoumey To Be Presented --- '

At 1st Baptist t3:!: : : Ii

871: (Lake Michael Baala n.Fe Chlttyf ) I rr. 1

.....* 415-1112. "His ....." A musical. Jour __ _
ney into the soul of a nation..

. with -c c'Ri h j.dnd Cliff
(Con'l. from Pr o dln| P )
Barrows will be shown at the MEN COTTAGE Parents Want.

Last Sunday Jack and Lou First Baptist Church Starkeon CLASSIFIED AD RATES SMALLEST 8-TRACK tape ed-Mature, permanent. Beginning NEW 72 MOBILE homes a r p JIMMY MOORE'SSUN

Miller and family were In Su- Wednesday evening Sept. Decks for small size cars, LEW'S $347 maximum $460 per. In. All new floor plans, an i SPORTS
wannee, visiting Jack's brother IS, at 7 p.m. by Lamar Massey Minimum Charge .... .1.71 at Dahmer's Discount. lOt/chg. month. Apply In person at Personnel deluxe models. Olin's Mobil... v

and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs. of St. Augustine who Is an (Cover IS words) 10/7. WELDING SHOP Office Sunland Training Homes, 100 West, Starke, MOORE BOAT FOR

W.R. Miller and their six sons associate In the Billy Graham Each Center Gainesville. 4tchg 9/23 tfchg
word IS MONEY
Evangelist Association. over -7elOe Mitchell YOUR
.
and Mr. and Mrs. But Porter. A.I Whispering Pines JHp-

Jack. Lou and Joan then visited and"Ills breadth Land" covers the length Extra Charge If not Crawford all types masonryand tel US 301) S. Phone _.... FOR SALE- Double horse trail, Starke Ph. 964-6791
of Isreal In the :
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Or, Asken. $550.00.
paid in advanceCLASSIFIED Call
Mrs. Ethyl Weisner Chief- concrete work fire places. 964.8232 -=:..=: 771.
land. On the way home, they Cliff company Barrow.of Cliff Bibles Richard In and' DISPLAY patios, additions. All types re- ..0-::::::::' J 4647, Jax. J lip<< Complete Outboard ft

stopped and visited Ray Ilardee they relate today's events hand to, modeling. Free estimates. Call UTILITY TRAILERS I' 1"":. =:' Stern Drive Service and
and Fred Swearingen who wereIn the prophecies of Scripture $1.50 Per Inch 964-8266 Starke. 4 < Alachua General Hospital.
Scenes from Jerusalem, Gal- Memorial. Re.oIuUon* GAS AND ELECTRIC Custom-
Jack attended the Ford Repair.
Motor Friday Co. Fleet Show at the llee, Bethlehem Tel Aviv and Proclamations, etc -7e word FOR RENTTrailer spaceafter WELDING BRAZING is r built Fiberglass Fishing;
Civic Auditorium In Jackson- the Negrev show that out of CARDS 5 p.m. 964-8238. tfchg. SHEET METAL i
OF THANKS Boat
death and desolation
Is
Jack of Bob emerging TRAILER HITCHES BEAUTIFUL Sealy Mattress
ville. was a guest a new landa "land of 19 words or less .. ... .. .1." WATSON'S and i
SIgmond on a deep-sea fishing INSTALLED springs. Innerspring foam.
trip on Saturday. Jeff Miller milk and honey where some Each: word over 5 -7c Regular price $99.95 set. This HOMESAVAILAltt
of God's promises are being HOUSEOF'VACUUMS FRONT LOTS J.
attended the Football JamboreeIn week $59.95 with trade-In atDahmer' WATER
Manx brands
fulfilled. \ of new vacuums FOR SALE
Discount.
Hastings! with the Naples The public Is Invited to attend $39.00 up. Used'machines from tfchpNO POI On Crosby Lake and Crosby
family of Keystone Friday
the showing of this film. $10. Expert Repairs all makes. NOTICEStarke Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
night. Admission la free to all who LEARNBASIC Patfs and Accessories for_all DOUBLE TALK YOUR LOTs3,5OO wide. 8 feet deep) Located on
'
Mr, 'and Mrs. EW. Revels will come. A free will offering OR vacuums: Built tr Central.vac- and Keystone When you are a Passeport employee State Road 100, 3 miles Westof
Jr. and family of Plant City will be taken to help bear expense. urea cleaning stems."712 1 N. Customers you have a protected Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaca-
visited his parents, Mr. and .. ADVANCEDINCOME Main, Gainesville 376-7110 Heights area sales territory-.NO DOUBLE tion cottage mobile home or I,

Mrs. E.W. Revel Sr., over the Mattress TALK. It Is exclusively yours Investment ,
weekend. TAXPREPARATION FOR SALE3 purebred boars Hastings for as long as you are our employee prices start at $1.295.00. $200

Fred and Vera Swearingen Lets ((1tJ 8eatittg1 I 2 Duroc, I Hampshire. Call and Upholstery No one can Infringe up- 00"and- $39.00 month for 3d r
attended a family reunion at 964-6051 or 964-7408. lip on you. The product is beauti- 'U1'ft"i, (8 1/2 % simple Interest -
the home of his mother Mrs. ful fashion Jewelry. The brand 1600 SO FT.UYINO ).
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a a !n1JX53": :!: 710 Bt. Johns Ave.PALATKA .
Nora MaiMs, In Jasper last FOR SALE3 bedroom home, Is Passeport. Your customersare Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to S
Sunday. Fred has Just returned -...., -- Thousands are earning good 2.6 acres land. Stocked fishing the stores In your terri OF p.m.'weekdays. tf

home from a two-weeks stay -:: .... money as tax preparerj l Enrollment and swimming pond fruit tory. Car necessary. We furnish AREA '.
In Alachua General, so we wish -', open to men and. and pecan trees. Bank financed Is Open AgainFURNITURE you new Inventory monthly LOTS FOR} SALE Starke Colt

turn a speedy recOvery .. -, women, ,of' for all qudlifii'd ages', Job grad opportumties -- 12000. Call 9645415. Itchg with no financial Investmenton & Country Club ready for1
James'and Marzle Klchenand your part. Your hours are for Investment.
uates Send for 'free 'information building on or
son Larry Jacksonville, were and class schedules. COMPLETE JANITORIAL Ser Repaired Refinished your own to choose. Liberal CALL Lots area approximately 1/2

down at their lake home last I'O\\H: < I-Or: 'gPMF.V'rIIF.1.1'FL'L I .. HURRY! vice- Carpets shampooed, ReupholsteredNEW commission is paid weekly.It's acre and larger. Paved roads
week. Guests of the Klchens 10 RIDE: house trailers, windows a fun Job with lots of awards only 3 minutes from town.
Included their son and daughter- (Classes. _Start_Sept. 14 washed, floors scrubbed.Phono BUTTRESSES\ sociability and recognition. The SLADE Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
In-law Jimmy and Jan 1 Kln- 7116 J tic (>r pOWIT cquipnlculalanud | i| | 9645771. Boyd Service tfchgFOR company Is long established, tfchg
Iaais( of ,the ini- H&R BLOCK
OilY one rates
ESTIMATES 3A-I and
chen of Jacksonville their FREE well-known for
ll I
>,oit4inl, I 'l.ittui whit I, help prutluieH I e r -
| 118 N. Walnut St. I IStorke Its
excellent\ employee HOME
Marcia rela-
daughter' and grandson, talc. and enjoyable ride I hii IN a I SALEBaby pen swing Call Collect 328-2144
Kay and Allen Stokes of |"i'tmmr upon which nun, cxpv Fla. j walker car seat. Good condition tions. Write giving address and O.C. Carnes Nursery
Jacksonville, and Mr & Mrs. iriucil fikippvr' nguc\' 'I I he 1J S;,. I All $15.00. 964-7733. telephone number to Bob Otis
R.L. Bums and family of South 0..01. Guard; t U'ttntrs, equipment' it' PH 964-8286 I Up Passeport, Division of Telmont SERVICESFcrlnfqpation Thousands of Plants

Carolina.Mr. ijiiiicd l by law. whuh vmie' iiitntiling 30 H. Marlon St. |I Corporation, 408 St. Peter Fruit Trees. Shade Trees,
and Mrs. J.M. Faircloth to the sue and" powt-i nf I hi FOR SALEBaby furniture In Street, St. Paul Minneso. Camellias
and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. IxiutVhiIe' MJIHC I Ipei) ol cmupineiil /' I Lake City Fla. I good condition. One camper- SEWINGMACHINE ta, 55102. Itp Evergreens' ,
are not rc< unttl In ,the. .nlI. ( 'Azaleas Roses
| I
Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Kinney, PH 752-9426 j tent. Call 431-1000. Itchg
Borll, and Ann Mlurow all from there ire nuny which "UK roll quilt' NEED DEPENDABLE, honest Can Jacksonville Moet In cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING :
UM-fnl. 'I he rvlniiuliNew Srnuc
,
I Please tctuJ (Ire.tnformhon
Jacksonville have me
all enjoyed him one K<*m.i.il refoiiunetiil.itton' I Ii .INTERSTATE MOBILE lady to manager Fabric Shop. Collect
I am 'interfiled' in (Check One) I __)Jtaoui
staying In the lake home of Marvin check. ,1 our 1 1 lot til 1 l.iw gmci" "MUIReiinpnunt moving In Flak: .. Sales and Service Experience needed. Must know 781-4055 M MI. S.E. of Stark. Htry. 100
C.aR \964-5606.
|
(i Bmttc Courte D)Advanctd Court
fralrclotli, who also lives in how Call
| Iodine ""telling mil' into to sew. 964-8344 to Florahome 65S-2I6S
Jacksonville during the nest the lH>.iting HCMMHI"" '. I 92 ---.. $ PFAFF NECCIII make appointment for inter-
,
.. !
ham
couple of weeks. Marvin Is On imiHi "{"Il',''. houiH" ninth mepoHcml ?I New Home view.'

spending oils week down here. by l'IIKin. of IMOIC ,Hum Addrel BUSINESS LOCATION Universal 2tchg. 9/2
Fred and Corlne Thieman ,ten hniM'poHC'i. mint"' 1 he irgisteml., I -- --- -- 1.4 ACRES with 421 feet on US $49:50 F:1I.Vd1IWi11Var: ; The Glass Shop

Jacksonville, have been downat and nisi displi\" u'gi' ''traIinn mimIwi our ,1 301 just south of Starke rttv li : up .

their lake home, and had (.Otiil,* .in dii.iiil it manner. I Ii"mrtiiiln-d, hy the mits. Fine for service station Parts & Repairs on INSURANCE: Glass
quite a hit of In- pieM'r\eis 1rh11na111 I Sun all other Make Ma REDUCED RATES
company l will"" uiihinn.. must he on restaurant, or other business. AT Carrier .
cluding Fred's sister and bro- 1">1,1. 'intl 1 Ilie,e mini he cine per PhM "J $7,000. Terms. Please call or chines.NATIONAL. AUTO. FIRE, BOAT For ": ::1,
ther-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. la'l'' ...11. ( hiltlien shmilil", we.it theii. write Frank Phllpott McKinney DOYLE E.CONNERINBURATVE \
Frank Nlcussia of Brocton, N. at all I lime**. '..''-: 1 '' Green. Inc. Realtors Box [ : AGENCY Room Air Conditioner AH CARS and TRUCKS
Y., Mr. and Mrs. George/Man- \ hoi f I. al! ... i
kraal mil MI 11111"!" 14484, Gainesville, Kla. 32601 Touch Control Comfort Center Installed While-U-Walt
gum and children, Robert and 'J I Ihc l 1I.lIIr.> Mth., 1\\1''' kill hold. on phone 372-3617 or 376-6893. oil\ W. Univ. Av. Two or Three Speed Cooling Auto Tops I,
Custom Vinyl !
Lisa Mrs. Lena Smith of St. '"11'1. imiil ni uitkt hottoiiiH", CLASP ENVELOPES a1)shle. ) 5 tchg. 9/30. Gainesville, Florida FOR SALE_ 15' Fiberglass Fiemble Air Flow Controls ..

Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. Sam huh\n, line am hoi uhith. ,then,is p.iiiunl.iily leipiiic-N)' an use ant" ..- Bradford County' Tele 378-1355' boat, new 71 frailer, 50 hp Automatic Thermostat EvenTemp 1017 N. Main GMlIe 4

Gregory of Jacksonville who fill, in IOUIHK( tiiu.iiinn,, ,, 01 when ITAph.Jacksonville. 612 E. Washington St., Mercury ski equipment. Ex- Enlra Large' Washable Filter,
have visited off and on recen- 'i.ilimg, Hin.iltei. lM>iil would nn 3 bedrooms, wall to wall car- cellent condition. Call after CorrosionResnlantCasings' '
linn |peeler" ol, hoe iihoiiid. plubahl) pet, garage paved corner lot. 7 p.m. 964-6327. 1 tp. Model tor Special, Windows
Uy.Mr. ill ::1II.r fiHM, length' r
Some furniture. Reasonably PUMPSNEW
and Mrs. Shelby Lee and
limn. whist,let and corn" fi hue priced Immediate possession. as low MARYCARTER
daughter Donna have spent most rxlinKiiiOifi( ; "alt ottiei gINNI, ,! JmrMmniK .. FOR SALESome Hereford as
of the summer at the Thle I he. laud, tlmnlil lie hlllll) See It now and buy you a nice AND USED heifers start calving last of
mans home. mounted, ind. IK within work ol .the home. A.J. Thomas Realtor Sept. Some Angus bred. J.B. $ H9ooSLADE .
Pete and Joyce Barton, and ,diiter't' ..car tfchg SALES White, 964-6114. 2tchg 9/9 (a
Jim and Evelyn Brummett of I I'xira fuel it mml hrt Impml.mt, Business PARTS ,
Panama City spent last week addoi1n I< ,to the 1",11.'i"l.. 01 "ini -- FOR RENT- bedroom trailer GAS
camping on the Oklawaha lit- i cult" mi, "make, the en mc walk. A Hole In Your Roof SERVICE central heat, air cond. Available PAINTS
catch h,11 der, than' ntii.il. and. the fuel will Peep! and Shallow Wells
ver. They didn't many until June 15: 1972.
fish or crabs, but they all mim. in hlIllh11.,1..1', K"I| .tnmnine DirectoryAuto Water Softeners and Call 533-2366 after 6 p.m. and Appliances
\ Itch'" In hung in n p.iddletn
said they had a good time. FiltersPlumbing tfchg SAME
""ai
Paul, Lee and Greg Strand- :: WHOLE 332 W. l ra:.ion:; :
berg of Jacksonville and Sam, 11'- Supplies FOR SALEFeeder pigs. Rea-
Dorothy and Charles Henry IMM:KIM; Pit UTH'KI : : : Sales and Service NEW sonably priced. Call 4734856.
PRICE
of Ormond Beach visited Mrs. I : \Uo.; 'I\| 0 |'H
Jo Strandberg over the week- Iavn1.c n imohcft li.in Parrish MotorsSALES ROOFJ T. J. MannBulldozing
,dhiiK .1, boat in ilose iii| ""..... c.mttiiuttimiH ALL MAKES
end.Sunday we helped my grand- .. '' .. I iHMliflitiill, loi Ihc noxiie. &4I Roofing Co. PHONE 961.7061DURRANCE AS

father Hubert Chitty of Star he, .kip,,"" \* a iLHiilt, the I'thuiideetH .. ter Brown
\ Sen I in1 her. piopoted. II 'mini
SERVICE Phone 96 t.S778
celebrate his 65th birthday. .
he i ol lipt ,to lememhei, .nut. utiheuhin VOLVO By The Hour
Those helping him celebrate docking,. ruin IHMI. PARTS Hi way 301 South PUMP & SUPPLY CO. Or Contract Jacksonville

included Buddy and Merle Ellis \\ nh, 'IHI .hunker. 11111111'''\'''..... Mea'
Mac and Elaine Coker Alfred u huh, ltn'I detuned for tuipping.the Always Good Vied Can + "' s 102 E. BROWNLEE
and Corlne Hudson, all onllto.nd, IMMI "iiiusl 1 unite into. WE REPAIR and sell nearly 485.3710
from Gainesville; Don and Jo .1 dmk .l Ellis (currently stationed at on npied. I Ihr imtm.il, tip $75 month water Included. brand stereo regardless of age. Volkswagentrew Brooker, Florida
pKMih. it fium, a l"i degiee( aiif(lcKeep Large entrance; private lot. Also the long play records at
Lakeland and of course my ( MOTORS
... Road! Phone 964-7522. t..f:1)!: Taking; applications fog
Palma Chltty of .1 light htind on the tlnoltleand Forsyth $1 off regular price at Dah- A Vied 4tp-8/i9-9/ 10
grandmother
(tit speed, to an idle when )on lip mer's Discount. Sales Service
Starke. Granny Chitty was released get\ u u hin ten feel, of the purl' PEAVY Brothers tfchgFOR FHA 235
from Bradford County ( o.tst the 1.1 i si\ei.il'. fort in nen- SEMI DRIVER TRAININGWe 1 MI. North of Tire MallGAINESVILLE HELP WANTEDThe
Hospital Sunday morning and lull and.' jntt. iM'fou .the .lion. luau aih.imc Electric Co. are currently offering tractor SALE: Ford Galaxie 500 Cubb Economic Agency is New Brick 3 and 4
she and Pa came straight downto 'to undue the pat. ,, ci.mip the trailer training through the 1961, Mustang Sport Hardtop, accepting applications for (the Bedroom Homes
spend the day with us. I'd tlectiiiK, ; lieel .loutnd. ,the .Pier and 1968. Will sell both or one.
Electric MotorsSold facilities of the following truck position of Secretary In the I
shift. into teleuw.'Ihis Hill Call for Details
like to wish a belated Happy owing lines. Ned C. Coleman Gratis Loop, Central Office of the CUBa
Pa ( ) Mon- the nleiii, UNmnd\ mid hung. ..h"IM..I -- Serviced Repaired
Birthday to George P.O. Box 291, Starke Fla.
Truck Line Distribution Economic
Systems Agency at
Starke
Low 'Down
uith the Payment
day. HUll and Jean Pierce and patrfllel pier.V Generators Staters Armature Inc.Express 2 tp 99.HAMILTON. 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand '
tn If hiee/e or cinient couldUithtr Florida. Qualifications must Include -
cleaned at Dahmers Discount and Moderate
Gainesville Rewinding. Monthly
son Jeremy of spent ;i Ix'gmnei.( hut if one. of Parcel Deliveries typing, 50 wpm short-
part of the day with us. 4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2328 : AUTOMATIC: fast service tfchgI Payments
I these futiitilioix it p. twat 'try to hand and general office ex-
m.ikcoiir. appiotiih. into the wind( """'' Inc.Skyline Deliveries, Inc. WASHER. Take up payments perience. Salary plus fringe LONGCHAMP\
FOX HUNTERS AWAKE! or mil-ill I hi.till' hi.ikc;, your PIANOS For application and interview Dahmer's Discount house 2 NEED 2 or more Securities benefits $325. HOMES
I've been asked to announce huu.iid\ inoiioii, and Mile you IIUHClonltol call 904-388-4607 or write tchg99 Salesmen in 5 county ter- Deadline for applications Is Phone 954-6353
that there will be a meeting of the, Iwrnl. If iippioiitlunguiih ( YAMAHA PIANOS School Safety Division, United ritories-chance for advance- September 20, 1971 at 4:30: p. 101 South S&a
of the North Florida Fox Hunters .the mud or CUll""'. he iendto \ IIOUSE e'I'J'
shift cpiiikh' 'to contiol .IheI CONN and KIMBALL Systems, Inc., c/o Terminal PAINTING Interior ment unlimited. Will train and m. Application blanks may be '
Association with special I KM I'M motion.gear, In )tome. .. sluts it ORGANS Bldg., 1716 McDuff Avenue exterior hourly or by contract. school for securities licence.If obtained from the Neighborhood
activities at the Bradford County mighl l he> necctt.iry If) keep the! engine Jacksonville, Florida 32205. First class workmanship guaranteed Interested, write Box 1124. Service Center in your area
Fairgrounds this Friday and \ in icxerte. tchg 916CARL For free estimate Gainesville Fla. 3 tp. 9/9. or by calling the CUBB Eco- SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned' .

Saturday.: Activities will include contact Lonnie Roberts Mon.-- nomic Agency at AC (904)) 964- oiled and adjusted In your, .

Registration of dogsFrI.. through Friday 8:00: a.m. to 6696 or by writing to P.O. home ,$5.00. Vacumn cleaner:
4:30 431-1126.\ Nights; and Drawer 970, Starke, Florida
0 a.m. (Beginning time). NOW OPEN UNDER BEGGS p.m. GENERAL FARM 32091. repairs also. All work guarant '?
weekends, 4311768. 4 tchg. eed. Dennis
E.
Coggins Phone \
Bench Show- ,
Fri 8 p.m. 'An .
Gulf Service Equal Opportunity Employ
AND WESTERN STORE
5-hour Fox Hunt- 6:30: a.m. NEW MANAGEMENT 9/23. er. Itchg 431-1428 tfchg I
(Beginning time). USED PARTS

All participants must answer 1Xep Price for Wrecked Can
roll call around 5 a.m. at Desert ISLERestaurant "SWINGER" BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: '"Wnt.rn Work Cloth. i
.RIM !ALI, S4 Rosy Wrecker Service FOR RENT- New beautifully 1i
Sound steady investment for 1 1
the fairgrounds.Foxes ORGANS Boo Stetson Hilts furnished waterfront apartment,
f in this hunt. which Fuel Oil $4,972.00. Profitable. Requirestime
wlU take place atSampson Lake Roosevelt M8II38I.3SI'WESTERN energy Write Mr.Arthur Saddles, Tack'Veterinarian Ideal for couple teachers FURNITUREduality
Used Can Industries bachelors A/C. electric heat.
Trans-American -
brought
were in all the Thomas
from Texas. This event will way be Lawtey, Fla. STOKE Hwy. SOt N. "''a M. 707 E. Colonial Dr., Supplies 533-2381. Rt. I Box 361. Itchg Home Furnishings "

covered by several newspapers 4q-1198 Orlando Fla. 32806. Itp Custom DraperiesCarpeting
Owned And Mon. Wed. 8 to 6 \
Operated
T.V. and .
probably by a magazine LITTLE DUDE t''
so it's big-time stuftnow. FOR SALEBlack horse and
By Thursday 8 to 12 .
saddle, like new. Call 964- Interiors by Victor i S,

Western Store 'FOR RENT -12' wide, 2 bed- 7265 after 4 p.m. Itp FrI., Sat. 8 to 7 1800 Park Ave. Orange Park i'
d Smokey Say: MR. AND MRS. I room trailer outside city Vicon 264-9331 tf I:

/Western Clothing Leather limits J.B. White 964-6114 If $1,000 REWARD, multiples$100 Main St. Lake Butler I
LACY THORNTON goods Saddles and Trailers no answer call 964-8647. for additional helpful verified ,
l t Charles .A Sharon Petty Information. 'P.O. Box 210, Phone 496.6041 v
I EDMONDSON
//I Ashl Good'Food 102 S, Ed- ewood 3I412ltFUUNl'1'uIU Hampton 32044 468-1343. Up mode to your )
( 1tv & ?
r I ir individual hearingrequirements

Home Cooked ;! .. at no JONES
I

BAXLEY CHAIR additional eoit. i LAND CLEARINGAcres
Open ? Days

Furniture Discount [REFINISHING ALL MAKE HEARING I & Lots Water t

A Week V Uvlag Room i'Dlnkf UPHOLSTERY ALL TYPES AIDS REPAIRED Holes Pushed, Land. ('


HOURS Room .J 1'1 : WORK AINESVILLE HEARING? gaping ;

; e.dr.am Expert Reproductions AID CO. PHONE :

.w 6:30: a.m. To 10 a.m. 'WHO E PRiCffi! C. E. JACKSON 1137 H. W. 23rd Ave. 964.7205 z

r1.. ........ 5:00: p.m.. To 10p.m.: 645 c.I Block from I-It GET RESULTS 1311 W. adlaon" i Starke a". ..III.. Florid 32601 j .
"Bain fire
people prevent don't!"when o f a fM .Jaeks.ltle, ...... ...17.. Phone 376-0095 CLASP ENVELOPES.!: all
...
es- Bradford County: Veto*.

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