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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 4, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Board received Tuesday its first detailed ** /<* *'!; )
monthly financial statement which the Board request's
ed in July when it was surprised by a $101,810 deficit \
for 1968-69. l

Statement was explained by social studies; Gustav Karow. -.--
M. A. Payne electronic-data mathematics; Elton Wroten,
processing InstructorattheVoTech Jr., science, Paul Hutchlns .. :
Center who worked out the agriculture DCT, home economics -
system for the computer. and business training; >'
Charles Sawyer commentedthe .(Continued S -1 !
on Page (Four) .
w- .
10-page statement is the J& :
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same system used in his busi- i
ness and said "There isn't any &W\ .
better. I congratulate you gen- Housing 'W.t,

tlemen. This is exactly what I :? ..... !
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want. ..-
"It's perfect," Rodney Hall
said. Complex !

The statement which was
worked out by Payne Supt. !
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Tom Casey and Finance Off- PlannedA ct .-
icer Dot Epperson, contains
eight items: budget account
number amount budgeted date \
check number, expenditures rezoning ordinance clear- 1. (
unexpended balance pay order ing the way for the construc- :
number, and encumbernaces. tion of a $750,000 apartment
Questioned aout an opinion complex to be located on Brown- Marsha Patray gel some aasUUnce en her first day at : (
from the Attorney Genral regarding lee Street just beyond Pine W. H. ,Johns, volunteer assistant who's helpingout during the :
the Board's right to turn Street, was passed by the City !
Marsha w..e of the approximately 3,823 students who !
down the salary Increase Council Tuesday night. )
tint day of school on Tuesday Supt. Tom Casey said It wets
It the The
granted by Legislature, complex will be con- '
Casey replied that the Attor- structed on five acres of ground VMted.
ney General's office informed and will contain 24 two bedroom
him( that an opinion would have Enrollment breakdown Is as follows: Lawley, 244; Anderson 118
to come from the State Department apartments and 36 three bed- tal.' C09; KJE 140; SOuth ide. 489: Hampton, Ito; Brooker 95;
of Education. room apartments play area School, 840: and Bradford Rich School. 1100. :
an office a washeteria, and a !
The Superintendent explainedthe meeting room, according to 4'I! ;
Attorney' General's office Buford Mitchell president of !
has transferred an attorney to Townhouse Enterprise of ;
the State Department of Educa- Florida Inc.
tion and that this attorney would The apartments will have cen- : ;
have to make the decision.: He tral heat. and a refrigerator
told the Board he would make an and range will be furnished. ; :
official: request for such an Rent wil 1 cover cost of util- ,
opinion. ities and maintenance of build-
Department heads at Brad- ing ana grounds.
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ford High school were approved.The Townhouse hopes to be able )
matter had been tabled when to begin construction before the
the Board met two weeks ago. end of the year. Mitchell said
Approved as Department construction should be completed -
Heads were: Emily Mcintosh in six to nine months.
English and art C. M.
; Knight, ,Continued( on Page Pour)
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four county robbery ring Armed robbery warrants have ,
has been broken up by local been issued In the Bardford robbery '
lawmen and four warrants sign- against foru Negro males:
ed in Bradford County in the David Green, 22, of Lake Butler -
Aug. 15 armed robbery ofThonl's ; Rufus Larry 20, Lake Butler -
Service Station on US- ; Robert Lee Heatley, 18,
301 north of Starke. Raiford, and Johnnie Lee Hill, :
25, of the BaldwinJackson-
According to Bradford Chief ville area. Tprowtsr themselves Into their work, kindergarten pupils de
Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish,
The four are charged with first day of school can be Joy.
the arrests on the weekend of
taking at gunpoint $100 cash
August 23 are part of a seriesof from Mr. and Mrs.W. R. Dixon Approximately t2 ebldrea enrolled for kindergarten during
other arrests for a stringof
operators of the service sta- seheol la :Bradford County Mrs. Lucille Payne elementary supe.
armed robberies in Brad-
tion. Reddish and Ken but that they had
ford, Union, Baker and Duval Deputies number' "compares favorably with last year"
have worked the Brad-
Fuqua on
Counties. Sheriff John White- ;
head of Union County Reddish ford case. Since there are usually about 380 first graders In the county |
Investigations In Bradford
says "did an outstanding job boat 300 enrolled la kindergarten. Mrs. Payne commented.
Union and Baker Counties dis-
In the detection and apprehension -
closed similar robberies In
of these suspects
Sheriff Whitehead and his staff Baker County Deputy Reddish
the Bradford lawman deserve reports.
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says Over the weekend of August ....... ...
the lion's share of the :::':::'::::::::::::::::::::-::: The First .
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23 the Union County Sheriffs :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::;::
credit for the break-up of the
robberv rinsr.fffffffffi Office developed information \\j1j 11 11jj
which led to the suspects. The
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: custody Heatley Green, and jj j "It was a lot of fun,"the five- I don't know 1m
Larry all from Lake Butler. :::: year-old said as he greeted his might be a ::::::
:::: mother after his first day at ::
Deputy Reddish questioned the
1:: Grid :: three In the Union County Jail. ; kindergarten. "Did you m

<< AS a result warrants were sign- :::: ... children?" ::::
.. about it sweetheart ::
11 Jamboree m1 ed against all four named abovein :: "Tell me
: :::: the Thoni robbery.In :: ," his mother said. "Well not :
:r the robbery here two Neg-. :::: there. And I ::::
Set Saturday : roes entered the station. One :::?: "Yes, but I don't think 1 can their names :;
:': 7 pan.Citizens r.Y : had a .22 caliber rifle, the :::: tell you EVERYTHING! Then did at school." :::: !
Y:; Field other a .32 caliber pistol. According :::11 the words tumbled out of his "Oh I've ::1;
::y; GainesvilleSee :: to Deputy Reddish, Hill :.: mouth as he tried to tell ate at school.) ::::
had the rifle, Green the pistol :fi::: everything. ::::
: Tornadoes Larry was the lookout and :::: "Did you all ::::

:>::>;, ::}' Heatley drove the getaway car, }:: "i played with the blocks you "Oh no. :::
':: In Action! a Volkswagen sedan. E H: know te big kind you build BIG school you :::;:
Hill was still at large this ::S:: things with and put them together "Well, did ::1:
:. :i. week. He was described by Red- :::: you know some of them the line and :::: :
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f,:}: 1lhl. dish as the leader of the ring. :'' were triangles,and I played with the tray? ::::
f i 'S Some ft the four charged in :x::: the airplane and the train.. I ::::
Space Contributed;%? Bradford County are also char- :: had to push It. You didn't "No, we put ::
:
::g Weekly to Publicize ged with armed robbery,break- :::: think It was electric did you?" And, then we :: !

g?:: Community Events by |I j Ing automobile and entering in the and other larcenyof counties ::f:: And I played in the doll house." milk"Coul and a you :?I;::::

:::: :: Deputy Reddish says. .c.: "How do you like your teach- wanted1 :::
:::: The CommunityState ::? Green Is in custody here '::::: er?" Ii:::: !
< Larry in Baker County and ::: "Oh, she's real nice. "No, the ::::
1Ej'}: Bank Heatley in Union. ::: "What did she do?" to sit. What's :::;
./y Accounts Now Insured Weapons used in the Thoni "Oh, she doesn't do much of She help me 1:: : :

Sf,.. :#{ Up to $15,000 by f 3;i has robbery a purse have belonging recovered to Mrs.as ''r::::;: dren anyting.are Except bad she when takes the chil-them puzzle.she showed It me i: ;

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Of Interest To. Heney Named CUBB Children of Dead or Disabled


Vets Are Due Educational AidChildren


WOMEN Temporary DirectorW of deceased or 100 .service or who have been determined
I per cent disabled! veterans of bv the Vetrans Admin- '

"? Florida can now be providedan Istratlon to have a service con-
Gladys Mooty: Phone 96x ry'rv educational! opportunity at nected 100 per cent disability!
-7608rE P. Heney former execu- come for: personal interviewsfor state expense, according to M. rating for compensation, where
----------- tive director of CUBB Eco- the! : Job of deputy; director T. Dixon, Director of the Divis- the parents of such children
Luncheon Given sefl nomic Agency has been appointed cn Aug. 23. Rios has recntly ion of Veterans Affairs! have been bona fide residentsof
r rY + AttendantsOf temporary acting director completed two years as VISTA If either parent entered the the State of Florida for 5
For
I while: the CUBH Board pro- Volunteer' In Tam):,,, Couey of the Armed Forces from the years next preceding application -
0 t P Miss Paterson 1 ceeds with the business of hir- Dublin: Ala. !is retiring! from State of Florida, and died In fcr this scholarship.
r ing a permanent director. the Navy after 20 years of service the service between April 6. Dixon also said Flit the bene-
+ rr Miss Linda Paterson, whose Meeting Aug 11, the Board's 1917 and July 21, 1921: December fit for children of VA rated 100
marriage to William King Jr. personnel committee chose eight 7, 1941 and September 2, per cent permanently dltabled
will be an event of Saturday. persons to Interview out of 1945; June 25, 1950 and January Vets Is new and was: providedby :
Sept. 6, at 4:30: p.m. in the First total of 31 applicants The com- 31, 1935 and from Aug. 5, 1964 to 1969 session of the: Flrrida
Presbyterian Church, was hon- mittee also picked two personsto date of cessation of hostilitiesIn Leg'slature, Chaoer 293.04 as
ored at a bridesmaids luncheon Interview for the Job of Vietnam as determined by amended, provides not more

Saturday at Holiday Inn. Hostesses deputy. director. the U. S. Government, or who than $125 per quarter: or $187
were Mrs. L. V. Hardin The 31 applicants came from :have died since: or may here- per semester or trimester to be
Mrs. R. L. Autry and Mrs. Ru- all over the Southeast:: partsof after die from disease or disability expended on each student for a

"('!11.- dolph Sink.Centering. Thqrnton-Davis the Mid-West and from the resulting from such war maximum of 12- quarters....
0-' the luncheon table Engagement ToldMr. Noithsast. 1
of Asked to come for personal
was a colorful arrangement
Bridal Interviews: on Sept. 18 for the s's
mixed summer flowers. Elveria DeVoeHas
and Mrs. Carl T. Thorn
place cards marked the seating ton announce the engagement Job of executive director were:
arragement for the eleven James C. Williams w.:o was
of their daughter, Connie
the ,bride- born in :Melbourne! Fla., has a
who Included:
guests Diane, to Joe Davis, son of Mr. the AbilityTo
\\J! to-be her six attendants Mrs. and Mrs. Pete Davis of Lulu. BS degree from Rutgers U.ilver- Serve The People /
mother of the slty, has done some graduate
,
R. G. Paterson
The l:ride-elect Is a 1967 grad Of Starke '+
: honoree and Mrs. W. W. King, uate of Bradford High School. work at FSU and is presentlya
poultry farmer In Union
mother of the brldagroom-elect.
Mr. Davis is a 1965 graduate of IMPARTIALLY ,
County.C. ,
The honoree presented personal Union County High School.
gifts to her attendants during The wedding will take place Michael: Warr. who Is a t

the luncheon. Friday, Sept. 26 at 8 p.m. at the native of EllUay Ga.. has a
1._ The hostesses gave Miss Pat- Pine Level Baptist Church Bachelor's! degree from Mercer A Complete New Approachto

erson an orchid corsage and All friends and relatives are University and a Bachelor;: of City ProblemsYOUR
an engraved silver cake, knifeas Invited to attend. Divinity and Masters of Religious a ,
a memento of the occasion. Education: from Southwestern : r VOTE AND SUPPORT FOR

Baptist Theological

Seminary He !Is presently pastor SCHOOL-MINDED: cu- Elveria DeVoe for City Council
+ ,t of the! First
BeckettWhitehea'dRehearsal Baptist Church,
Duplicate Bridge lotte jumper is classroom-
Rock Hill S. C. bound in a centuries fab GROUP TWO
.- Club ResultsThe Supper William p. RDckwood. who rlc that's suddenly brand new-
lives in Gainesville where hs is looking. It's cotton corduroy, Will Be Greatly Appreciated
Barbara Jean Hilliard Becomes Bride Starke Duplicate Bridge Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth doing graduate work in history. gone ribless this year for a
Club had 4>;a tables in play at Beckett of Fernandina Beach He has a BA and an MA from smooth and velvety appear (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
Of Mr. Tye In Jacksonville Ceremony the Pratt Street Recreation were hosts at a supper party George Washington! University. ance. By Seaton Hall

Center Tuesday nlg'.it.! : Overall Friday night at tha L. K. Whitehead Wilbur W. Lanetree. Jr.. who-
winners were John Mussolineand home on Crystal Lake hon was born !in Wash'nston'! : D. C.,
Miss: Barbara Jean Billiard, seed pearls. She: carried a New and his
Mrs. Lex Green. oring their son Steve, and has: an: a!!:clate dPR'l'eeand .
daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. JaxonC. England prayer book topped East-West winners were Mrs. financee, Cathy Whitehead pre an LLB from George Wash- rts
Hii1 and of Jacksonville, with a cluster of Frsnched
: and car- Green and Mr. Mussollne witha ceding the couple's wedding re ington Uriversltv. He Is presently -
John diaries: Tye Jr., son of nations and stepharotis. .
score of 33'a.; Mrs Mabel hearsal. practicing! law In Brunswick rf vi
Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Tys of Law. Mrs Bill Gaskins of Lawteywas Osier and Mrs Mae M. Jones The thirty guests attending Ga.Mrs. s ,
tey, were united In marriageon matron of honor. Bridesmaids -
included the honored couple Jean
were second with 31\\4. Sosarman.! who! is
Saturday at 7:30: p.m. in were Miss Pam lye
North-South winners were the immediate families and tha employed as head start project
Hope: Baptist Church, Jackson. Lawtey, sister of tha !groom! Mrs Frances Wager and Mrs. bridal party.: Mr. Beckett and director in Dad! ville! AX: She r
vile Rev. Ronnie Raid performed and Mrs Herman Kimbell. Dee Warren Winkler with a score Mss! Whitehead presented per- was torn In Montomeiy. Ala,

the nuptials. Gaskins of Lawtey was flower of 33\\;'. Mrs. J, D. Odom Jr sonal gifts: to their attendants and has 1BA degree from Auburn -
The bride wore a gown of during the evening. University
girl.Mr.
and Mrs George Miller was
Chantllly lace with a full bouffant Tye was best man for
The supper was served on James E.
second with a score of 32'4.The Kriorht. who Is assistant !
skirt long sieves and his son and the ushers were and they dined on pic *'
weekly tournaments are the patio la: the promotion:: and *% *& &
high neckline.! The: gown had Ronnie Hllliard: brother of the to the public. Sessions nic tables in the yard.Lt public! relations r"rector! far the< :. *
open
tiers of lace on both sides! with bride, and Albert Schneckloth,
beaded start at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday Florida Times Union and Jour-
effect Marlanna.
on the lace. Her William Gaskinsof
the Pratt Street Recre- nal. He has BS
nights in a and a BA
train was full chapel length. Lawtey was ring-bearer.
alon Center.Birthday. from the University: of Alabama
Her bouffant veil of Illusion Following the wedding trip to -
was attached to a cluster of Gatllnburg Tenn., the couple
lace flowers decorated with will reside'IrTTallahassee. '1 Hector A Rivera, who has a
Party BA from City: Col'ege of New
York and an MA from the New
For Andrea Eaves School for Sc'al:: Research. He:
Birthday Party Little WomenTo is presently acting executive

For Sheila Wynn Meet Mrs. Jack Eaves gave a pool and Mrs Henry M. Rlch- director of a community action
MondayNew party last Thursday afternoon arde of Monterey Cal f. announce agency in Hartford Conn. ,
Mrs W. E. Wynn gave a party at the Starke Golf and Country the birth of a daughter, Donald: S. Daueh: rtv. who I Ia Is "
Saturday afternoon at their cot members:! will be Inductedat Club for her daughter, Andrea, Teresa Catherine on Aug. 23. native of Spartanburg. S. C., 'r'T" '" I
Little '
the first of the -
meeting -
tage on Silver Lake for her on her eighth birthday. Paternal grandmother is'' Mrs and a graduate of the College :" t
daughter, Sheila on her sixth Women's Club, Monday, Sspt. The 25 youngsters enjoyed H. M. Rlcharde of Stark of Charleston! :: and Southeastern: !
8, at 7:30: p.m. at the club
birthday. swimming and refreshments Theological: Smlnirv.! He Is r
house. during the afternoon soclate minister of t t"e First: } A
The 18 little guess enjoyed Joining the club this: year are" Mr. and Mrs. Leaman Eugene Congregational: Church United 1 '

swimming and games with Helen Long, Kitty Hazen, Debra. Alvarez; of Lake Butler announce Church: of Christ, in Wake For
prizes during the party hours.A Prevatt and Linda Futch. Candy StripersTo the birth of a daughter, est. S. C,
pink and yellow color motif Sonja Maria, on Aug. 29 In Nelson I .. r ..
Meet Sept. 9Candy Ros! and Robert F. .k... h ..
was carried out on the refreshment Bradford County Hospital. Couey have been:: asked to '. J'
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table which! was centered OES Set Stripers will meet t.':. I. .<:HJ" \, .
with a birthday cake topped Supper Tuesday Sept. 9, at 7:30: p.m. ...... '-' f'" .... ., to 1IlI11t! ..'.j _'f: .....
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with Snow White and the Seven ;iI\ ...... r -.f.ri 't
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For September 1 13 In the hospital dining room. .
Dwarfs. .. .. .' I ,. ., ...-

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Mrs. Wynn was assisted by Members of Starke Chapter! .. :I r' aT
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Miss Wynn 224 OES and their families f'.t'''. ..
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Hodge. will have covered dish supperat ".
St. Edwards Altar Society ..
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the lodge on Saturday Sept ,
will meet Wednesday Sept. 10 Mr. and Mrs. E. \v. Hayes ij r. :::'
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Mrs. Martha .
13, at 7 p.m. Moore spent the ,' l'> .. '''t. ,
ELECT MAURICE J. WHITE at 7:30: in the Parish Hall.LO' .. .-1\;
p.m.
visited .... ..)
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. weekend In Green Cove Springs :; ''''' ......"I'r.it .. -
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Weekly In Ocala with "'; .... ... ,
over the weekend Mrs. Hirres Long. : > .o' ... l- Ir .
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Debra and Valarle Furlong of ..,-"t". ,, .
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JIMMY <% Tlfton Ga. spent the past two was the weekend guestof 4wI!... 'J................ ".' ,"'-,; -j.n."JV6" ;
her brother and sister-in- ,. "''''"' '.
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weeks with their grandparents, law, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mat- .,. ,"I a..", .... cAt9tsttEA9: .: .. 4i
(Potlicker) while Mr. and their Mrs. V. V. Hazen thews, sister-in-loaw enrouteto ... .. !!t"' +... ""I't"_""."'." "
brother Bill : ,, :
underwent l! .. _t."""!"
her home in Orlando after .1J'l.- .<" "' j
surgery on his hand in i .. ,. "'.'
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Dr. and Tom Pal- .
visiting Mrs. '' ,
Macon, Ga. a j :" I. f .f r ,.
in Jacksonville r- yA '
mer for sever- w :: 9i4 N
Mr. and Mrs. George Miller al days.ELECT. : .'.. ; r :..."..10.. .' : """J..,. .
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I MRAE'I'ICITY were vacationing the past two t. '. "t.t...: "" .', f.'ljJ ;

weeks. In North and South Carolina MAURICE J. WHITE .< '... ,,_t,.,, .ttr.t....t"':' ... .. *' '. ..... i, ';;


This "Mama" doll is now worth $400.00. It was

COUNCILGROUP A CLASS RING made in France in about 1864 or in other words

2 IS IMPORTANT TO A it's over 100 years old. It MAY be worth more in a


A FIGHTER, !' HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTWHERE year.



4 Whose Interest Is For ALL The Peopley This Savings Account is worth

$400.00 In a year it will be worth

Y Starke.E f $4I8.?() (including; four quarterly

When the city of Starke is having its greatest grow F b earnings. ) .


A ing pains keep a qualified. and experienced man A

R in office. :: I
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SO I FREE Money Management FREE
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X When You Choose!!! Y THAT RING IS PURCHASEDIS Slide Rule

Here's What You Want IMPORTANT TO YOU, AS A PARENTIn
P .! M This slide rule tells you exactly: what you

E A our well-established reputable jewelry store a should soend food shelter savings etc. Ask
man not on : ,
run by a certain few, but one who stands A student Is assured of:
R : of the friendly tellers at First Federal for
on his own two feet!" : N S proper fit by an experienced jewelera one

I a greater selection of styles and stone colors your free slide rule.

E Keep a man who will Listen and Talk with the public .a fair faster' pricingand delivery


C N at ALL Times, Pertaining. "to ALL Situations! .

servicing of the ring by our qualified jewelers

E No increase in Millage has been made during my: 4 SCHOOL Come in CLASS or send RING r. student in. for a HIGH

with
complete con-
years as your councilman. fidence.


I # YOUR VOTE IS DEEPLY ? WE HAVE RINGS FOR ALL e SAVINGS tier LOAN ASSOCIATION

(!) APPRECIATED 11th GRADERSWILLIAMS
(to*!/U 5000. 305 wur utgitOM' mitST
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0C' TAX-PAYER ,

f.' JEWELRY Difference WHERE You Save!
Make A
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Mr. and Mrs. John Greene Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Warren If :
and son visited Mrs. Greene's attended the graduation of their II\f\
plo/ill parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. son, Jeffrey, from U. of F. I 'ITS
Chancey In Wacissa over the on Saturday when he was com-
ftmfJdUI weekend.Jan missioned Second Lieutenant In
Douglas, of Gulf Port. the U. S. Army.
Miss. and Gary Evans of Wave- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eaves I
rly, IYY. were guests last Wed- and family of West Palm Beach 33f I
CLEAR
nesday to Saturday of Dr. and were last Wednesday and : EM OUT WEEK
S/Sgt and Mrs. Wlllard W. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jacksonand Mrs. H. G.Boll Inge rand daugh Thursday guests of Mr and
Wynn of Fort Bennlng, Ca.were family were weekend guestsof ters. Mrs. Jack Eaves.
I home over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. David Montgo- Andrea and Scott Buck of 11
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brooker of mery at their farm on the Meet your next Mayor, and Palatka spent last week with m
Live Oak were weekend guestsof Suwannee River. family The N. L. Woodburns.The their grandmother, Mrs. H. M. AT
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hodge. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamil- public Is invited to a Richarde. Mrs. Richarde also
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby ton and daughter,Janice,movedto casual get-together, Saturday, had as a weekend guest Mrs..
returned last Flavet Village In Gainesville Annie Norman of Jacksonville.Sen.
-
Thursday from a Sept. 6 7 p.m. at the
week's vacation In on Tuesday where Mr. Tom Slade and three I
Montgo Lion's Club on Water St. Hot I
his
mery, Ala.and the Smoky Moun- Hamilton will attend his sen- dogs, cokes and potato chipswill sons, of Jacksonville. and Mullinsof
Miss Corlis
fiancee
tains. ior yeat at U. of F.
Mr and Mrs. Nate Dyal spent be served. Fort Pierce were Sunday Starke Chrysler-Plymouth
Local admittances to Brad- the weekend at Bryson City, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T.H.
ford County Hospital this week Mr. and Mrs. Wendall Moody Slade. The Slades also had
Include: Mrs. Janice Goolsby, N.C.Dr.. and Mrs. Marcus Brown and family of Jacksonville were as Sunday and Monday guests,
Albert Dumaine, Mrs. Mary L. and family of Ormond Beach weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. their daughter,Mrs.John Whel-
Smith, Harold C. FarnsworthJr. were visiting Mrs. M. F.Brownon Levon Andrews at their cottageat chel, and daughter, Joan, of
., Mrs. Mamie Roettger and Monday. Rainbow Springs.Col. Jacksonville.Mr. .
Mrs. Agnes Lawrence, Starke; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppeof and Mrs. V. J. Spenglerand and Mrs. H. A. Lawson I
Mrs. Betty N. Hayes, Hampton; Tampa will arrive Saturdayto family, Mrs. Emma Bad- visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jor- EVERY
Mrs. Lattice L. Rucker, Lake spend ten days with Mrs. O. man, and houseguests, Mr. and dan and family in Live Oak on
Butler; and Thomas Chlldreeof L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Mrs. L. R. Badman and sons Monday.Mr. MUST BE SOLD
Ralford. Kincaid. of Canada, spent the weekend at and Mrs. Henry Godwin
Daytona Beach. NEW CAR
and Ron of and daughter Barbara, and
Mr. Mrs. Kelly '
Tampa scent the weekend with Meet your next Mayor, and Mrs. J. R. Kite spent the long Mrs. Lola Johnson visited !
Mrs. Kelly's parents, Mr. and family, The N. L. Woodburns.The weekend with her nephew and friends and relatives in North
niece, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Col-
I and South Carolina last week.
public Is invited to a
Mrs. Jack Trawick. lins and family In Pelham, Ga. Mrs. J. S. Sapp spent the
1 Mrs. Don Thompson and son casual ret-together Saturday I I
4 weekend with Mrs. S.
Mr. and
have moved to Pensacola to join Sept. 6 7 p.m. at the Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Haddock
; Mr. Thompson who Is attendingthe Lion's Club on Water St. Hot attended the funeral of an uncle, E. Reyes and family in Jack-
Navy Air Officer's Train- dogs cokes and potato chips E. E. Griffin, in Festus, Mo. sonville.
Mrs. A. E. McKinney visited
Ing School. They were accompanied will be served. on Sunday, Aug. 24.
Mrs. Jettye Hazen in Gaines-
to Pensacola by Mr. Mrs. G. E. McGauley of Pa- ville on Sunday. PRICES SLASHED I
and Mrs. W. B. Thompson Jr. latka spent the first of the week
and daughter, Jan,for the week- Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns with Mr. and Mrs.Charles Har- Mr. and Mrs. George Mor-
1 end. and son, Phillip, spent the week- rison, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
, end in Tampa with their cousin, dy.Mr. Morrison, and Mr. and Mrs. 1g
.
and Mrs. Doyle Haddockand [::
for Ralph Morrison and families
; Buddy Trawick andTIm Tom- Jim David, who is a coach family of Jacksonville were
pson have entered their freshman the Detroit Lions. They attended of and Mrs.C. of Leesburg were weekend vis-
year at St. Johns River the Lions Washington Red- weekend. guests Mr. itors of Mr. and Mrs. Henry i iI
S. Haddock.
Junior College.Mr. skin football game Saturday visited Morrison. I
Allen Jr. Our
Mrs. B. F. Loss Is Your Gain
of Cranford. and Mrs.N. J.S. are R. Serafln guests night, where bench Phillip during sat the on game.theLion's her Mullins mother,, Mrs.S. C.J. and M. HarrisIn other win Mr.Jr.and and Mrs.daughter M. A., Ginger Bald-,

this week of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry and relatives in Camden, S. C. last were in Memphis, Term last
week
to attend the 1970 Olds-
D. Warren. family have returned from a week.
Mrs. Frank Weaver Willis- two weeks tour of South Florida Mrs. Clyde Johns and Mrs.B. mobile dealers showing. They I il
also visited friends in Jackson,
ton was visiting Mr. and Mrs.W. including several days in Nas- F. Allen Jr. visited Mrs. Miss and visited Tift Collegein
T. Jackson over the week- sau. Davis Gassett in Alachua Gen- See
Forsythe Ga. where Gin-
end.Mr. eral Hospital on Monday. Mrs. ger will enroll] this month.
and Mrs. Marc Jacksonand Miss Marilyn Bollinger left Gas sett underwent surgery last
daughter were visiting Mr. Monday for her sophomore yearat Friday. I i
and ton over Mrs.the H. weekend.C. Smith In Willis- mingham.Samford Ala.University, Bir- ESTON JORDAN OR DON WILLIAMS

Meet your next Mayor, and 301DRIVEI
family, The N. L. Woodburns.The .
NOTICEA public Is Invited to a i I
casual get-together Saturday
Sept.- 6 7 p.n. at the N

class in Cosmetology will begin September 15, Llon's Club on Water St. Hat
dogs cokes and potato chips I TODAY!
'1969. This is a 1200 hour program and will run will be served. SHOW BEGINS I
through July 21', 1970. There will be two weeks AT SUNDOWN
vacation at Christmas and one week at Easter. Mr. and Mrs.Herbert Thomas
had weekend guests at their ADMISSION 75c
as
The class period will run from 8:00: a.m. to 3:30 camp in the Scrub Mrs. Kath- 12 And Under Free I !
p.m. It will include an hour lunch period with a leen Goethe of East Palatka When With An Adult ,

break morning and afternoon. and Neel.v; :Mr.anddaWlhterofl.RkeCltv.Arl'hle and Mrs. James Mc-. Top Quality Used Cars TdPQdohfy Top Quality Used Cars

Registration for this year's class will be at 9:00: Green of Chicago, HI. FRL, SAT., SUN. "" "'"

a.m., Tuesday: September 9th, at the Vocational- spent Wednesday to Tuesdaywith SEPT. 5, 6, 7
Technical Center. his mother, Mrs. L. J. i ,
,ft Green. Look Out For 1967 CHEVELLE MALIBU 1953 INTERNATIONAL .
Applicants must meet the following ''require Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dinkins .
Door Hard V-8 Automatic
ments; were in Fitzgerald, Ga. on Sun- The Slime! ::::: Top Engine Flal-Bed Pi.k.Up Its Old Rut Its Good! \:\:
Trans. Heater
Power Radio
:: Steering
back with ::::
.. day. They brought
2 Slippery Pictures m White Side Wall Tires and Factory Air m
them Mrs. David Christopherand Sale .. $295
older with 10th - -
1. Must be 18 years of age or Condition Yellow with Black Interior.
daughter Tammy, for a .::..::. ::::
..
grade or equivalent. week's visit. Mr. Christopherwill ........... ..
the over the .. Sale I $1895 I ..
2. Must be a citizen of the United States or join. family :: - - ::

have applied for citizenship. weekend.Mr.. and Mrs. J. II. Dennis m 1957 FORD 2-DOOR SEDAN !!!i

3. Must furnish a health certificate from a had as guests over the long :: Standard Trans. Six: Cylinder New' In ::;:
1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA
weekend, Miss Florled Killing- -
:::: spection Sticker.
registered l licensed physician.It ::::
sworth of Atlanta, Ga. and Mrs. :::: Sport Coupe 348 Cu. In. V-8 Automatic ;::
James Martin and daughter of Trans. Power Radio and Heater. Sale I $59
: 1 Steering - -- f
i interested, contact Bradford-Union Area Vocational Tallahassee.Mr.
-Technical Center at 609 North Orange and Mrs.Byron Newcombof 1J m Sale $495 .::
Street, Starke or call 96.1.6150. Brandon spent Friday to - w -
,: Monday with Mr. and Mrs. G.
S. Newcomb. 1\1\\\ 1967 CHEVROLET BEL AIR ;:
Lehere
.J :::: 1968 FORD GALAXIE 500 Door Sedan V.8 Automatic Trans. ';:
F.om MGM U.3a t Factory Air Condition Power Steerinpr. ;'
2-Door Fast-Back V-8 Engine 3 Speed
:::: Trans. Radio* and Heater White Side
PLUS
I .nr ..na..nr..ntl..n... Sale - - $1695
at.ant.
aAr. .flni. 1 j Wall Tires Extra Clean and Low Mileage

it '. The Slime m1 Solid Black with Red Interior.

:: : c e S People Sale $2195 ,
rJL TheAJlNew j\\\ - - 1966 OLDSMOBILE "98"Steering. :!:

t H/m A / / :::: 4-Door Ilard-Top Power and :::

i YtttP( ..W. Flexnit No k, 4 ""r"v ',irate m1 1964 JEEP WHEEL-DRIVE Brakes Factory Air Condition Power .:
A, :::: Seat and Windows Radio and Beater ..',

.I FLORIDATHEATRE Motor Just Overhauled ing Season.Ready For Hunt. Sale I $1795 :
:: - - "

;': 1 1 Sale - - $895
: This unique waistband will seek :.l

t your"natural waist"while these q m 1966 FORD CUSTOM - ''

: bias inserts flex as you move. SHOWTIME- :: Door Sedan V-8 Automatic Trans. :::
with Weekdays 7 P. M. ::1 1968 BUICK SPECIAL Power Steering Radio and Heater White m
: t Result: You get a great shape ;
; Sunday 3 P. M. 11 2-Door Coupe 6 Cylinder Air Cond't Side Wall Tires. m
:: no waistband roll over! Saturday 1 P. M. .
Radio and Heater White Side Wall Tires
:11 Sale $1295
-
We're so sure you'll be completely
t FRI., SAT. SEPT. 5, 6 Sale $1995
O : - - -
:111
:' satisfied, it's even guaranteed ; m
Double Feature Program
1\ 1964 RAMBLER 1
-
1 t SIMCA . .
196.5
1: 2-Door Sedan 6 Cylinder Standard Trans. 1:;
::: Good Cheap Transportation Good Second Car :::


,.: COLOR by DLu.e .111., .Sale.-----j---- $145 Sale .. .. .. .. $395 .1..1

N y

-i t ': ti PLUS 111 1969 PLYMOUTH 1964 FAIRLANE 500 - 111

:::: Belvedere Door Sedan Low Mileage Door Sedan V-8 Automatic Trans. :::

.a GEORGE IHGER ORson 1 Standard Trans. Radio 6 Cylinder Power Steering Radio and Heater Runs 11;
J:' t Now add a new dimension lo the way your Flexmi Girdle tils 't PEPPARD STEVEns WELLESwho :::: Like New. Good. :::

NaruralVVbist $ hold.th. HOUSE 1 11 Sale - - $2195 Sale.. $895 111
Delefn.neyour natural*/a>si oy ._> : d..dly. Ii.,tothOFCflRDS" - -
oJ bending sadftways Wttreyour
:; waist breaks iSyOurndluralwa'SI!I < 00
: t Measure. around/our natural waist : iII t A UNIVUlSAL J RELEASE TtCHNICOLOH
a 2J--26'-Small ; I I
: '. W23'-MKum: SUN., MON., TUES.
: 29'.30'-Larg& $11 STARKE
:: t Torso 31.32"-X.l.Jrge Length t SEPT. 7, 8, 9 I I

; (weanntelgMundefgarmerxl i A modern-day story of

: t II1e Measure center your back torso of your lengtn natural from faith, courage, and/*"

. was"' !.between me leos.10lhe t ( II )I t intrigue! r- lit I I
g center from of your natural waist 3r CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH

a Under 293o.-AverageTorso 29"-Short Torso
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f i 1 1Set Chamber mr':1: 1 School Board Apartment SAMPLE BALLOT

I City Election S ManagerContinued I Council Talks I 111. FIRST PRIMARY

W Gets ReportContinued Complex Set

TuesdayW ( From Page One) Power GENERAL ELECTION
cf Guam; director of Social StudyContinued
( From Page One)
Studies and Humanities at the Florida
(Continued From Page toe) Starke, Bradford County,
Naval Academy and commandIng ( From Page One) Dave Hurse physical educa-
(Continued From Page ODe) officer at ? AS, Key West. _. tion; and DoloresHobbs, library 9. 1969
Myers also spent four yearsas was a ridiculously low figure Ing (because the power plant and all other departments. Tony "We figure this to be the first SEPTEMBER
former city policeman! and an Instructor of evening: and said he did not believe it pays for many items In the city Griffith was also approved as phase" Mitchell told The Telegraph -
:\11'5taurc": : White: 1fifth courses for the Florida State could be done for that. budget. dean of students.All The size where and To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot -
grade school teacher- at Starke 'University College Programfor "I want to explore all the Councilman! P. T. Nolin woll be paid for an extra when of the second phase will (X) in the square at the RIGHT of
facets before anything is done," "I've checked 10 other towns the to the mark a cross:
hour's work each day except depend on response
,' desire to vote.
Both!
Elemnt2 7' art: making the Armed:! Forces, teaching for whom you
the
Tucker stated. He said that ifStarkers and none are operating on 7'i Hurse and Mrs. first phase, he explained. the name of person
hutchins
their- first try in city politics. undergraduate courses in man.
Group! 4 council incumbent agement. personnel management power: plant is getting mills." He said the city would Hobbs, who are already working "We figure the need (for this CITY CLERK
big then he wants to "ex-: have to two type housing) to be real great,"
Jimmy McRae !is: seeking- his and International poll. so go one or ways extra hours and receiving sup Vote for One
plore the possibility and feasibility cut the electric rates and the he said. "We believe this will For Two Years
plementary pay.
third term- on the city: board.
He )s challenged! by Mrs. Elvirla tics.He and his wife. Babs. have of employing: a full-time services offered by the city or In other business, the Board: help solve"some of the housing I I
electrical: engineer." maintain the power plant and the resignation of problems.
Accepted I II
1
DeVoe.- 1Starke housewife: two daughters Kathy. 17. and i
Tucker also said he wantedthe the rates and the services. Walter Stewart assistant prin- MERRILL EDWARDS
making: her first try at politics. Trlsh. 15. I
information before Oct. 1 Clerk Merrill Edwards said cipal at BHS, who is leaving to Persons who rent the apart- ii I
,.
(deadline for adopting the'new that although Starke electric accept the position of princi- ments will have to pay 25 per i 11.CHIEF .
city budget> and that his whole rates are among the highest in pal at Millen High chool in cent of their income for hous-
point "is to inform the people." the state ( a Telegraph reporter Mlllen Ga. Carl E. Clark ing and if this 25 per cent does OF POLICE
Elveria DeVoe "My only concern in this situ- remarked that the: rates are was named administrative as- not cover the rental cost, the Two Years Vote for One
ation Is not to degrade whatwe second highest In the state with sitant at BUS. Federal Housing Adminis- For
have but to obtain! facts to only Mt. Dora higher: the rates Agreed- that Gladys Thomas tration will subsidize up to 70 I 1.
Has the Ability try and make a just decisionfor quoted were those shown In var- and Maureen Paul should be per cent of the cost. BIGGS
R. E. (BOBBY)
To Serve The People the people of this city." low tables and that the figuresIn paid for working an extra hour
Of StarkeIMPARTIALLY Tucker was Interrupted numerOU3 these tables: did not show each day in the library at Brad While the apartments will not FCQt"I! I

times as other officials the wide variations In betweenthe ford Middle School. be limited to persons of low income KENNETH: .. . .
excluding Williams, defended figures given. He said! he Approved a $600 salary Increase Mitchell said they believe ----- ----- -- -- -- -- : !
Starke'a power plant with the had electric bills from a friendIn dor Maintenance Sup most of the renters will be I
usual arguments. Tallahassee and when he fig- ervisor Bill Graudon and also drawn from those who are livIng .WILLIAM. .. F.. (.RILL) ROSSER I
McRae-"I think we ought to ured them out according: to set $75 a month as the limitto in substandard housing. -- -- --' --
A Complete New Approachto be paid Graudon for overtime .
table It (decision on the pjwerplant Starke's rates the Tallahassee I
City ProblemsYOUR analysis! ) until the next: rates were really higher.: The increase was Graudonhad made The project is being privately-
retractive to July 1.
meeting. This! has been gone Two visitors commented that financed by Townhouse Inc., :MAYORFor .
VOTE AND SUPPORT FOR into before." He said Starke many people do not want to tendered his resignation to Arhlch is owned by Mitchell and. Tw Years Vote for One
be effective Sept. 1 howeverthe o
;
can generate electricity for less live In Starke because of the Albert Longchamp. .
Board had not acceptedhis
Elveria DeVoe for City Council than we would have to pay for high electric rates. One com- resignation. yet
It with a tie-in with Florida mented that perhaps all the i
Decided to borrow $10,500 CAUL HURST .____ ;
GROUP TWO Power. facts and figures should be _.___ _.
t o pay for the bodies of four
Council Chairman One Wig- gathered so the people! could be new schools busses which will i i :
Will Be Greatly Appreciated "The dispose of total to submit seven projects to VVOODBURX: i iI
gins: da3we- Informed of the true and be ready to leave the Georiga :X. L.
our electric:: facilities! : then a lot situation.! He commented that plant on Sept 19. Tallahassee for the consideration II "
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) of people will begin screaming 30-year band Issues were be- Gave the go ahead to pur- of the State Departmentof I
about the services they're: los- ing used to pay for power chase a used Cub tractor: with Education: home ec, $2,000; I
plant expansions and that future mower for $875.Authorized horticulture, $6,000; Cosmo- COUNCILMANFor
generations would have to pay the Superintendent horticulture $6,000; cosmeto-
for the expansions. logy, 88,000; electro mechan-- Group 2
Clerk Edwards said that with ical cluster, $7,000; distri- Vote for One
Re-Elect > Informed the Council that the butive education $7,000; For Two Years
interest and principal, the power
lot had not yet been cleaned travel agriculture $900; and
is in debt about $4
plant although the five-day warningwas travel DCT, $560. All except I f
million to SS million. Issued at Council's last ECVERIA DeVOE
the last two are projectsfor
Gerald L WILLIAMS 44 In other action. Council:
meeting. the Vo-Tech Center.SERVICE ..
bud-
-Was presented a $40.000 -Was Informed by Utilities I I
get request: for Starke Parks Superintendent Oscar Davis JAMES E. (JIDIcRAE: ( !

and Recreation Department. t that one individual would haveto SCHEDULE. I!
CITY COUNCILGROUP This Is an Increase of $13.000 continue carrying his garb- CATHOLIC Churches \
the
over 196869. Representing age cans to the street becausethe ST. EDWARD'S. StarkejSuirby :
4 \ department were Suprlntendent individual had threatened'!! COUNCILMANFor :
: : :Mas8
a.m ad::
Gene Rayburn and board member
to tike a warrant out againsta 5 5n: am ,
Jim Blood worth. emolovee who had accidentally Group 4
city
Chief Bobby Biggs to ThursdaIan.: 6:30: pm.
-Told hauled' off something For Two Years Vote for One
go ahead and clean off the vac- wanted. Miraculous: :Medal Novena:
which the property: owner -
lot between Call and Mad- Saturda, 7
ant The Item had been' left near: p.m. 1\I
Proven Ability ison Streets. Owner of the prop-
Leadership erty had been given five daysto the [garbage cans. Davis said ST. WILLIAM'S. Keystone JIMMY BOWEN
and he said he could not toleI"ate Heights,
clean off the lot. Biggs had I "
Capable having his employees- treated Sunday :Mass, !9 I a.m. MRS. MAURICE J. WHITEn I
In that manner. Wetnesday: .... & Novena,
Experienced THE BRADFORD Tucker commented that the 7 p.m.
I I
Individual hart called' < Mm! and GERALD L, WILLIAMS
COUNTY TELEGRAPH(; Tucker had advised him to at- ST. :MARY'S Macclenny:

0ilfi Puhilt'rd! every Thursdayat < tend the Council meeting. The Sunday :Mass 11:30: a.m. "II "

U": W. call Street man was not present.

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Elect A Man Who Lives Works Second class postage: pa'at '-;' .. 1.
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Subscription Rates: :::: ;:;:
And Taxes In Your CityPd Ir. trade area: $3 CO per' \ '
Pays year: SJ.73 six nu:::ths.! iili Experienced Man To ;t't'I

( P.I. Ad..,.) Outside Uncle.:: area: :&J.50:;;
per year- ; 5-J.co ux mintlu

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EFFECTIVE EFFICIENT I r = r .r I

1:1:: Elect ::1::


a a (CITY LIMITS) I WILLIAM I


ROSSER
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e =1r g": 4 THIS IS I (BILL) :xN



i YOUR CITY HL x i CHIEF OF POLICE I


:1 11'11'.m


KEEP ITSLEADERSHIP .m On Tuesday, September 9th, 1969, you the voters, will be going to the polls [1 1m

_r m to select a Chief of Police who will serve you m mIii


C) AAID INEFFECTIVE Iii: Full-Time -- Impartially -- Courteous -- Fair and Honest Ilil IlilI


..J 0

F m I would like to call to your attention that in Vote for a candidate who has always had the 1m
EFFICIENT :::: excess of 85000.00 is i appropriated annually to young people at heart and will continue to help ::;: I
:; the Police Department by you through taxes them. :::

2 :: and utility bills. When you pay this amount )'ou. ::1
a w a :::: want expect and should be entitled to feel Vote for a candidate who will not cater to a :::

z AND 1: safe in your home day and night and know your group or faction and is running strickly on :

:::: business is!' being looked after day and night his own. ::::
2I :;:: Only through experienced business practices and" ::::
: ote fcr candidate
a who needs the job as
:: experienced personal !supervision; and experienc :::1
COMPETANT :::: ed law enforcement can this be accomplished. a means of livelyhond and has a true desire to :::
HANDS serve as full-time Chief of Police.I .
:::: your ::::
z :::. I feel my 14 years business experience & personal ::;:
..J 1: supervision Police Academy Training 7'/i' feel that mv record as chief and qualifications :::t
::: years local police service 6 years as your chief !I speak for .thl"mseh.es. and I stand en these ;:::
z 8 REELECTCARL Q pw ::: and a desire to serge as your full-time Chief as I humbly solicit your vote and support for my ::::

xL4 ::: of Police will give you the guarantee you right- candldac)'. ::1:

:::: fully deserve for a full-time chief. :;::



HURST i iWa Stop! Read! Think! I II



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w x MAYOR Vote For A Chief Who Will: i


z IIII III

1. SERVE YOU FULL-TIME. :

,. ELECT ] to 1 j 2. PUT A WALKING POLICE OFFICER IN BUSI. 11j:

Hi M NESS DISTRICT. 111
FRIENDLY >>

i CARL HURST r 3. ENFORCE R. R. CROSSING ORDINANCES AND 11

.,. \ ;1 STRIVE FOR SAFETY ARMS AT CROSSINGS. ;m m1ili

: APPROXIMATE: 1ili 4. PATROL RESIDENTIAL AREAS. ;m

:. POPULATION 5,500 (CITY: LIMITS) HONEST '
111 1 11 11I
;: REGISTERED; : 5. CHECK BUSINESSES AT NIGHT TIME.

i TO VOTE 2,329 I

I :; Thank You For Your Vote and Support I WILLIAM (BILL) ROSSER il X*




b-O (Pd. Pol. Adv.) t.-'m".i3:: ": ::: : : ,"(Pd. Pol.=)___"" ,;_,=="" """, ,,<<,,,,,,,,,*,,i

I PAGE 4 SEPT. 4, 1969
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'" V, V, r 14 charge on Wednesday after on the curve of SR 221 near The Board took no action
noons, including immunizationshots. the north Hampton city limits Louie Wainwright New PresidentOf about sending a representativeto Social SecurityRepresentative security purpose business.of conducting: social

HAMPTONBy The completed health by Kenneth Brown and he'd like the meeting Mondpy. but
form goes In the student's per- to return them to whoever drop American:'Correctional Assoc.Louie Instructed Clerk Darby to turn
; Mrs D. E. Bin manent file -- a state of Florida ped them off just tell us the matter over to the Bradford To Visit Starke Pern: who desire to make
ruling. Parents of kindergarten -
what they are! Health Department. applications for any type of
and or first grade students They're large-mouth plastic L. Wainwright Directorof The most recent far-reaching William P. Fisher, Field Representative social security'! benefits, secure
should bring birth certificatesfor Jars, maybe 2-quart size, (no undertaking as been a comprehensive -
the Florida Division of Adult of the Gainesville social security numbers, or git
information for the child'srecord evaluation of the total Fires, floods drollghts.01'/ -
REMINDER! tops In the case, though) and a
Corrections, has been elected nadoci, hurricanes MotileI'flallll'e Social Security Office will be In any other social: security Information -
Remember to vote In the city; if they have not already handle to one side of the top. correctional system, including; '
president designate of the Starke at the Old AricultureBuilding are invited to see ourrepresentative
election done so. And a rest mat is all institutions! and the Central must be having a clos-
Tuesday Sept. 9 -- The case says only Atlanta, and
American Correctional Associa. each Monday at the time of
sale 0her disaster
for children in both ing-out
7 to 7 requested Office Florida is the first stateto
a.m. p.m. at the city Ga. -- no name or manufac-
of these classes. :lon at the annual Congress of department. Thursday at 9:30: a.m tor the his visit
hall! turer. If you've a solution to complete this self-study pro
Correction In Minneapolis
BACK TO SCHOOL AND TO COLLEGE the puzzle, call him at 468- Minn. ject under the crltera of a nationwide -
Tuesday, Sept.,2,It was school September will also see sev- 1895, or in a couple of weeks program being spon-
Wainwright native of Law-
bells from kindergarten through they'll turn into water Jugs, a sored by the ACA designed to
high scholl with enthusiasm eral from the Hampton area flower pots, or something like ley has been Director of the result in standards for accred-
apparently highest in the young either beginning or continuing that. Division of Corrections :since iting Institutions and correctional -
est children. college studies. PERSONALS 1962. He will assume his presi- systems
Principal Lennard Register at Ronnie Dyal, Ronnie Bin,and dential responsibilities in 1970- The Association! was foundedIn
Hampton Elementary School Carolyn Kennan are students at. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen of 71. the Centennial: year of ACA Cincinnati Ohio on Oct 11,
Santa Fe Jr.College in GainesvIlle. Wainwright first started with
said kindergarten and first Jacksonville are the parentsof 1870 with its basic: alms beinga
grade classes will dismiss at a son, John Damon born the Florida prison system 'as a more enlightened' criminal
each for At St. Johns River JC in clerk In 1952. He later became,
12:15: day the first Monday, Aug. 25. Mr. and justice system, and the upgrading -
few weeks. "Those students Palatka, Debbi Hicks and Gary Mrs. E. D. Allen of Hamptonare Captain of the Guard at Rat-
who walk to school may walk Johns began classes Tuesday grandparents. ford, and then Superintendentof of correctional practices at

home, and parents may pick up for the coming quarter. Floyd Baker, sonin law, ) the experimental Avon Park all levels.
those who ride the busses, at Bill Meng and Wendy Hill of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen, Correctional Institution In 1937. '1
12:15 p.m. Bus riders whose plan to attend the Universityof received his B. S. In Business This! subsequently led to his appointment I
parents do not pick them up will Florida fall quarter, start- Accounting at the University of as Director of the .'" I
have to remain until regular bus ing Sept. 15, in Gainesville. Florida last month. Mr. and Division in 1962 Health Council ;5ji; -
time," he said. Class rolls Debbie Hill enrolled last week Mrs. Baker and sons left Wed- The Division Is now recognIzed ,
are posted on the outside of at Florida Presbyterian Col- nesday last week for Pasadena, as one of the nation's top ,
each classroom door. lege, St. Petersburg. Calif where he will be em-
correctional systems, with
PUZZLE WHAT ARE THEY? progressive Being Planned 69 clearance July??
Mr. Register also stressed ployed. change as its byword. Impossible to start our in
the necessary physical exam A case of two dozen something Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Hamel
for kindergarten and returned last week from a two A BUCK GOES FURTHER \V IL I
firstgrade or other, thingamajigs not.
students. The county health department -- well, containers, were- weeks vacation to Vermont, Mrs. Mina Lynch.JoAnn Mrs Hamel Salter,, Bradford County has been invited at our Impossible Sale. W ny
does this free of found early Saturday morning where they visited his mother, accompanied by to send a representative
drove to Key West last week- to an organizational meeting of
--- end, to take the Hamel's granddaughter Now Falrlanae, ..
the new North Central Florida -aa>m "
Krenack home. nice and roomy. ;l
Susan Health Planning Council, Inc
I She has been with them on their
Monday Aug. 25, at 8 p.m in
vacation trip.
I Mrs. Betty Hayes was takento the Gainesville Hlgi School New Falcons,
COMMUNITY STATE BANKAnnounces Teaching Auditorium New Muslenae lyle and economy
Bradford County Hospital in hot end sporty.
The Invitation from
came
Starke Saturday for treatment.Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Saxon Taylor II. Kirby Jr., MD., pre
o-f- cS'b and family visited in Eau Gallie sident of the Alachua County Impossible price cuts on Mustangs, Fairlanes,Falcons!

.....,. ....... _. during the Labor Day week- Medical Society:: and was readto -- --. -
Z: ( ;: end with Mrs. Saxon's parents, the Bradford County Commission
';, ) Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope. \ at its mid-month meeting
f .; t14 i,1y,1 Mrs. Rose Parsons is at homein Monday night, Aug 18.
: New Richmond, Ohio, accompanied Clerk Charles Darby noted
; 1J! i !J' by her grandson, that a recent move by the Florida
New Hours ; =-. _. .-; Major Leonard Melton, on his Legislature divided the state
-- = l-.1 *"* *t.
way to Brooklyn, N.Y., wherehe into four regions, as was pointed -
will attend an army arhnni out in Dr. Kirby's letter wra
for the next nine months, Mrs. with each region to form health
Parsons spent six weeks here planning councils. Bradford is
with the L. L. Melton family.Mr. .
Central
included in the North
The Community State Bank of Starke, Starke, Florida, and Mrs. George I Ken- Florida Region along with / 1
nan visited in Montogomery, Alachua gsy g gD
County.
that will be for businesson
announces they no longer open Ala. from Thursday to Sat- a c

Saturday and that the following bank hours will be- urday last week. Paula and Dr. Kirby said in his letterto
Stephanie Kennan spent the
the board that stats: official
come effective September 6, 1969. Labor Day weekend with rela-
have suggested: fie new North
tives in Jacksonville. This seal makes aN
Cenral Region: begin with one
and James Stin-
Mr. Mrs.
: son and family of St. Peters- county and Involve Immediate Impossible savings No trade refused... i y

4 9 A.M. Until 2 P. M. -- Mon. Tues. and Thurs. burg were weekend" visitors problems and that subsequently In Alachua it County bs expanded -, entirely possible. anything's possible. y'

here with Mr. and Mrs. Wildon to Include all countiesin
Stinson and family. the area.Although! .
Roy Morgan of Augusta, Ga.,

: 9 A. M. UntiI2'P.M. and 4 P.M. Until 6 P.M. Fri. Mr.spent P.L.and last Estes Mrs.weekend Jr.,Dan who here Johnson.has been with lems advisable will: to be the Inform local Immediate you we felt of prob-the It Save On '69's While They Last


employed in West Palm Beach, existence of the North Central .
was home with Mrs. Estes for :Florida Health Planning Coun
the Labor Day weekend. cil, Inc. Perhaps you would TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
I
: Until 12 Noon Wednesday
A.M. and Mr.family and Mrs.have Clarence moved Melton like tosend an observer and
from help us as the project Is expanded ,
their former home on Highway ) ," Dr. Kirby wrote the 206 W. :Madison! ?l. Phone '.6t' 7200! <:t .;:-.e. 1"la.
301 to a house just north of the Bradford Commission! ,

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% :R.o/Y/ YOUR MAYOR




That Vote Is A Vote For Progress, For It Is Time For New Leadership .




BE CONCERNED VOTE WOODBURN r NEXT TUESDAY




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ti f City Election; '1 ManagerContinued Chamber rci: :: ::::::: ; ;; ; :Talks: l f Gets School Board Apartment Set SAMPLE FIRST PRIMARY BALLOT



Complex
1: ; ReportContinued
Set ( From Page One) ELECTION
Tuesday Power GENERAL
el) Guam; director of Social StudyContinued
( From Page One)
Studies: and Humanities at the Florida
(Continued From Page One) Starke Bradford County,
Naval Academy and commanding ( From Page One) Dave Hurse, physical educa- ,
(Continued From Page One) Dolores Hobbs library
officer at NAS, Key West. tion; and 1969
was a ridiculously low figure ing (because the power plantpays SEPTEMBER 9,
Myers also spent four years and allotherdepartments. Tony "We figure this to be the firstpha'Je
and said he did not believe it for items in the city "
former: city policeman, and as an instructor: of evening many Griffith was also approved as Mitchell told The Tele-
Mrs. Maurice: White: a fifth courses for the Florida State could be done for that. budget dean of students. graph. The size where and To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot -
grade school teacher at Starke University College Programfor "I want to explore all the Councilman! P. T. Nolin- All well be paid for an extra when of the second phase will X) in the square at the RIGHT of
facets before anything is done," "I've checked 10 other towns mark a cross (
hour's work each day except depend on the response to the
Elementary. Both! era to: king the Armed Forces.. teaching whom desire to vote.
their (list try in city politics.\ undergraduate: courses in man. Tucker stated. He said that if and none are operating! on 7'i' hutchins, Hurse and Mrs. first phase, he explained. the name of the person for you
Group! 4 council incumbent:! agement. personnel manage- Starke's power plant is gettingso mills." He said the city would Hobbs, who are already working "We figure the need (for this CITY CLERK
Jimmy McRae is seeking his ment, anJ: international poll big then he wants to "ex-: have to go one or two( ways, extra hours and receiving sup type housing) to be real great," Vote for One
plore the possibility and feasibility cut the electric rates and the plementary pay. he said. "We believe this will For Two Years
third term on the: city: board.
He Is challenged by Mrs Elvlrla tics.He and his wife Babs. have of employing!:) : a full-time services offered by the city or In other business, the Board: help solve some of the housing I I
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electrical engineer." maintain the power plant and the resignation of problems.
DeVoe. a Starke housewifemaking : two daughters Kathy. 17, and Accepted j i I
Tucker also said he wanted MERRILL EDWARDS
the rates and the services. Walter Stewart, assistant prin-
at
: her first try politics. Trlsh, 15.
the Information before Oct. 1 Clerk Merrill Edwards said cipal at BUS, who is leaving to Persons who rent the apart-
II (deadline for adopting the'new that although Starke electric accept the position of princi- ments will have to pay 25 per U I
city budget) and that his whole rates are among the highest in pal at Millen High chool in cent of their income for hous-
point "is to inform the people." the state ( a Telegraph reporter Millen, Ga. Carl E. Clark ing and if this 25 per cent does CHIEF OF POLICE
Elveria DeVoe "My only concern in this situ- remarked that the rates are was named administrative as- not cover the rental cost, the Vote for One
ation is not to degrade what second highest in the state with sitant at BUS. Federal Housing Adminis- For Two Years
we have but to obtain facts to only Mt. Dora higher) the rates Agreed that Gladys Thomasand tration will subsidize up to 70 I, I
Has the Ability try and make a just decisionfor quoted were those shown in various "Maureen\ Paul should be per cent of the cost. BIGttSjvENXKTH : ,
To Serve The People .,'.- the people of this city." tables and that the figuresIn paid for working an extra hour R. E. (BOBBY)
Of StarkeIMPARTIALLY Tucker was interrupted numerous these tables did not show each day in the library at Bradford While the apartments will not L.J

times as other officials, the wide variations in betweenthe Middle School. be limited to persons of low Income FUQU::. __ .._. ,_ .__.___ -
excluding Williams defended figures given. He said! he Approved a $600 salary increase Mitchell said they; believe : !
!Starke's'; power plant with the had electric bills from a friendin dor :Maintenance Sup most of the renters will be I- I II
usual arguments. Tallahassee and when he fig- ervisor Bill Graudon and also drawn from those who are living _WILLIAM. .: ..F.::. (.FILL.}) _ROSSER I
McRae-"I think we ought to ured them out according to set $75 a month as the limitto in substandard housing.The .
A Complete New Approachto be paid Graudon for ...
over-
table it (decision on the power: Starke's rates, the Tallahassee I :
City Problem plant analysis! ) until the next rates were really higher.: time. The increase was made project is being privately! ; ,
retractive to 1 1. Graudonhad
July
meeting. This! has been gone Two visitors commented that financed by Townhouse, Inc., MAYORFor .::
tendered his to
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT FOR into before." He said Starke many people do not want to resignation which Is owned by Mitchell and. Tw Years Vote for One
be effective Sept. 1; howeverthe o
generate electricity for less because of the Albert
can live in Starke Longchamp .
Board had not yet acceptedhis
Elveria DeVoe for City Council thin we would have to pay for high electric rates. One com resignation.
1tth: a tie-in with Florida mented that perhaps all the i !I.
Decided to borrow $10,500t CARL HURST
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GROUP TWO Power. facts and figures should be pay for the bodies of four ---- ---- '"
Council Chairman One Wig-! gathered so the people! could be
new schools busses which will I'I
Will Be Greatly Appreciated girs-"The: day we dispose of Informed of the true and total be ready to leave the Georiga to submit seven projects to N. WOODIiURX:\ i iI ..
our electric facilities! : then a lot situation.: He commented that plant on Sep 19. Tallahassee for the consideration I
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) of people will begin screaming 30-year bond issues were be- Gave the go ahead to pur- of the State Departmentof I ''
about the services they're: los- ing used to pay for power chase a used Cub tractor with Education: home ec, $2,000; t
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plant expansions and that future mower for $875.Authorized horitculture, $6,000; cosmo- COUNCILMANFor
generations would have to pay the Superintendent horticulture, $6,000; cosmeto-
for the expansions.Clerk logy, 88,000; electromechan- Group 2
.r Edwards said that with ical cluster, $7,000; distri- Vole for One
Re-Elect interest and principal the pow- informed'the Council that the butive education, $7,000; For Two Years
lot had not yet: been cleaned travel agriculture, $900; and
in debt about $4
is
sw, er plant although the five-day warningwas f
travel DCT, $560. All except I
million to $5 million. Council's last ELVERIA DeVOE I
issued at the last two are projectsfor
Gerald WILLIAMSCITY other action. Council:
L. In
meeting. the Vo-Tech Center.SE'RVJCE ..
-Was presented a $40.000 bud- -Was informed by Utilities I I II
get request for Starke Parks Superintendent! : Oscar Davis SCHEDULECATHOLIC JAMES E. (JIMMY: : ) McRAE i Is
and Recreation Department. s
would haveto
that one individual
COUNCIL of $13.000 Churches I
This is an increase continue carrying his garb-

I over 196869. Representing the age cans to the street becausethe : ST. EDWARD'S. Starke:
GROUP; 4 \ Suprintendent
department were threatenedto COUNCILMANFor :
individual had .
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::5U:1:1.1Ias: 8
Gene Rayburn and board mem-: a.m. and:
take: a warrant out againsta !>:'l'l n.mThursday .
ber Jim Bloodworth.Told city emolovee who had accidentally Group 4
Chief Bobby: Biggs to Mass, 6:30: pm.
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Vote for One
hauled off something For Two Years
go ahead and clean off the vac- want- \Iior'culousledal: Novena:
which the property owner:
ant lot between Call and Mad- Saturday, 7
'' ed. The item had been left near: pin
Proven Leadership Ability ison erty Streets.had been Owner given of five the prop daysto the garbage cans. Davis said, ST. WILLIAM'S.: Keystone JIMMY BOWEN ,
and he said he could not: toler
clean off the lot. Biggs had Heights I
Capable ate having that his employees treated Sunday: :Mass, 9 a.m. MRS. MAURICE J, WHITE i i i iI ,
in manner.
\\\Vetnesday;
s & Novena,
Tucker commented that the
Experienced 7
THE BRADFORD p.m.
Individual had cnil"d Mm and GERALD L. WILLIAMS I
COUNTY TELEGRAPH Tucker had advleed him to at- ST. MARY'S: Macclenny:
tend Council The Sunday ;Mass, "
Publlf I tad every Thursdayat : the meeting. 11:30: a.m.
MB W. Call Street man was not present.

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Elect A Man Who Lives Works I Second: class/ postage!! pad': Ilii :- .. '" : >>.J i.I I. ':" ,
at Stake: Florida
Return
!iii t A Full-Time Qualified and
Subscription Rules: f ,
And Pays Taxes In Your City In trade area: $J CO per

(Pd Pol. Adt.) Outside year.75: : :tiade: six!area mo.ths: :ii.50::; 1//1// Experienced Man To :!f II :.

per year; SJ,CO ;ix months: :::: ::: t
:::: Office. ::: I IIi

EFFECTIVE EFFICIENT Ii!! ( i '

i:: Elect x i :r.:::





PL ; Fir (THIS CITY LIMITS IS) I 1 WILLIAM(BILL) ROSSER 'I 1111 1111I





I o YOUR CITY o I I CHIEF OF POLICE It.t.I




I KEEP ITSLEADERSHIP On Tuesday, September 9th, 1969, you the voters, will be going to the polls r
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to select a Chief of Police who will serve you j j1 j1j


j 1i Full-Time Courteous Fair and Honest 1111
IN -- Impartially -- --
C) A1IO I I
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F ::1:1: I would like to call to your attention that in Vote for a candidate who has always had the ::
EFFECTIVE EFFICIENTAND :::: excess of 85000.00 i is appropriated annually to :young people at heart and will continue to help :::'
1:1: the Police Department by you through taxes them. j:1':

Z w :::: and utility bills. When you pay this amount you :::
a 3 m ::1: want expect and should be entitled to feel Vote for a candidate who will not cater to a ::

:::: safe in your home day and night and know your :group or faction and is running strickly on ::::
z 1:1:: business I is! being looked after day and night his own. ::::1

Only through experienced business practices and ::1:
-i :::1 Vote fcr a candidate who needs the job as :
:::: experienced personal supervision and experienc- ::::
.. a means of livelyhond and has a true desire toserve
COMPETANT :: ed law enforcement can this be accomplished. :::
HANDS
::: as your full-time Chief of Police. ::::
>e z :::, I feel my 14 years business experience & personal ::::
..J 1: ) supervision, Police Academy Training, 7Jj!z I feel t that mv record as chief and qualifications ::;
::: years local police service 6 years as your chief speak for .t themselves and I stand en these, ::::
z 8 REELECTCARL 4 toW :: and a desire to serve as your full-time Chief as I humbly solicit your vote and support for my ::::

xL4 ::: of Police will give you the guarantee :you right- candidacy. ::::
:::: fully)] deserve for a full-time chief. ::::


; HURST I r Stop! Read! Think! I


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) MAYOR 4z Vote For A Chief Who Will: .


52 z MU b IIII 1. SERVE YOU FULL-TIME. !It



.. ELECT 111 2. PUT A WALKING POLICE OFFICER IN BUSINESS !- j j

;. ;;j DISTRICT. 111
FRIENDLYAPPROXIMATE fir :

CARL HURST 1 f;1 3. ENFORCE R. R. CROSSING ORDINANCES AND 1 1f 1

t f 11 STRIVE FOR SAFETY ARMS AT CROSSINGS. 1j 1jiili

:. : iili: 4. PATROL RESIDENTIAL AREAS.

: POPULATION 5,500 (CITY: LIMITS) HONEST :!
;' REGISTERED !!, 5. CHECK BUSINESSES AT NIGHT TIME.

TO VOTE. 2,329
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'i: Thank You For Your Vote and Support I WILLIAM (BILL) ROSSER I




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.. charge on Wednesday after on the curve of SR 221 near The Board took no action
noons, Including immunizationshots. the north Hampton city limits Louie Wainwrigfa t New Presidentrectional about sending a representativeto :: Social SecurityRepresentative security purpose business.of conducting: social
HAMPTON The completed health by Kenneth Brown and he'd like the meeting; Monday, but
form goes In the student's per- to return them whoever drop- 01 American:Cor, Assoc.The instructed Clerk Darby to turn
By Mrs D. E. BIO manent file -- a state of Florida ped them off just tell us the matter over to the Bradford To Visit Starke Person: who desire to make
ruling. Parents kindergarten -
what they are! Health Department. applications for any type of
"" .. .. .. and or first grade students They're large-mouth plastic Louie L. Wainwright, Directorof most recent far-reaching William P. Fisher. Field Representative social security'! benefits, secure
should bring birth certificates Jars, maybe 2-quart size, (no undertaking as been a comprehensive of the Gainesville .
the Florida Division of Adult social security numbers or get
tornadoes
Fires, droughts
for Information for the child'srecord evaluation of the total floods
REMINDER! tops In the case, though) and a
Corrections, has been elected hurricanes Mother Social Security Office will be in any other social: security infor
Remember to vote In the city: ; If they have not already handle to one side of the top. correctional: !system, including( Starke at the Old Ap-lculture
president designate: of the be clos mation are Invited to see our
nature must having a
done And mat is
election so. a rest all Institutions and the Central
Tuesday, Sept. 9 The case only Atlanta,
says American Correctional Assocla- sole her disaster Building. each Monday andThursday representative! at the time of
out of
ing-
for children In both
7 requested Office. Florida Is the first stateto
to 7
a.m. at the city Ga. no manufac-
p.m. ; -- name or the
at 9 30 n.m.for
of !Ion at the 'annual Congress of department. : his visit.
these classes.
hall! turer. If you've a solution to complete this self-study pro-
Correction ,
in Minneapolis
BACK TO SCHOOL AND TO COLLEGE the puzzle, call him at 468- Minn. ject under the crltera of a nationwide -
Tuesday, Sept.2,It was school 1895, or in a couple of weeks program being spon-
September will also see sev-
Wainwrlght, of Law-
native
bells from kindergarten through they'll turn Into water jugs, a sored by the ACA designed; to
high scholl with enthusiasm eral from the Hampton area flower pots, or something like icy, has been Director of the result in standards for accred-
apparently highest in the young- either beginning or continuing that. Division of Corrections since iting institutions and correc-
est children. college studies. 1962. He will assume his presi- tional systems
PERSONALSMr.
Principal Lennard Register at Ronnie Dyal, Ronnie Birt, and dential responsibilities in 1970- The Association was founded
Hampton Elementary School Carolyn Kennan' are students at. and Mrs. Joe Allen of 71, the Centennial: year of ACA. In Cincinnati, Ohio on Oct 11,
said kindergarten and first Santa Fe Jr. College In Gain- Jacksonville are the parentsof Watnwilght first started with 1870 with Its basic alms beinga
grade classes will dismiss at esville. a son, John Damon, born the Florida prison system 'aa a more enlightened criminal
12:15: each day for the first At St. Johns River JC in Monday, Aug. 25. Mr and clerk In 1952. He later became;
and upgrading
justice system the.
few weeks. "Those students Palatka Debbi Hicks and Gary Mrs. E. D. Allen of Hamptonare Captain, of the Guard at Rai-
at
of correctional practices
who walk to school may walk Johns began classes Tuesday grandparents. ford, and then Superintendentof
home, and parents may pick up for the coming quarter. Floyd Baker, sonin law, the experimental Avon Park all levels.
those who ride the busses, at Bill Meng and Wendy Hill of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen, Correctional Institution In 1937.
12:15: p.m. Bus riders whose plan to attend the University; received his B. S, in Business Ths! subsequently led to his appointment -
parents do not pick them up will of Florida fall quarter, start- Accounting at the University of as Director of the -." I
have to remain until regular bus Ing Sept 15, in Gainesville. Florida last month. Mr. and Division In 1962 Health Council
time," he said. Class rolls Debbie Hill enrolled last week Mrs. Baker and sons left Wed- The Division Is now recognized
are posted on the outside of at Florida Presbyterian Col- nesday last week for Pasadena, as one of the nation's top
each classroom door. lege, St. Petersburg. Calif where he will be em- correctional systems, with
Mr. Register also stressed PUZZLE: WHAT ARE THEY? ployed. change as its byword.progressive Being PlannedBradford Impossible to start our 69 clearance in July??
the necessary physical exam A case of two dozen some- Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Hamel
for kindergarten andfirstgrade thing or other, thingama- returned last week from a two A BUCK GOES FURTHER Whynotl} I
students. The county health department jigs -- well, containers, were weeks vacation to Vermont, Mrs. Mlna Lynch.JoAnn Mrs.Hamel Salter, County has been In- at our Impossible Sale
,
does this free of found early Saturday morning where they visited his mother, accompanied by vited to send a representativeto
drove to Key West last week- an organizational meeting of
end, to take the HamePs grand the new North Central Florida New Fplnanef,
daughter, Susan Krenack. home. Health Planning Council Inc.
She has been with them on their In
Monday Aug. 25, at 8 p.m

vacation Mrs. Betty trip. Hayes was takento the Gainesville Hig i School New Falcons,
COMMUNITY STATE BANK Bradford County Hospital in Teaching Auditorium.The hot NewMuetenps end 'pony. ilyi and aconomy
Invitation came from
Starke Saturday for treatment.
Taylor H. Kirby Jr., M.D.,
a-F- c:9t&LE Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon pre-
and family visited in EauGallie sident of the Alachua County Impossible price cuts on Mustangs, Fairlanes,Falcons!
readto
during the Labor Day week- Medical Society and was
end with Mrs. Saxon's parents the Bradford County Commission -
t i at its mid-month meeting
AnnouncesNew Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope.
tAtI GBTTrblrr Mrs. Rose Parsons is at homein Monday night, Aug. 18. nys
eL..r New Richmond, Ohio, accompanied Clerk Charles Darby noted w atI
H '' by her grandson, that a recent move by the Flor-
: : HoursThe Major Leonard Melton on his ida Legislature divided the state

way to Brooklyn, N.Y., wherehe into four regions, as was pointed s i
will attend an army rhno) out in Dr. Kirby's letter I Y2' 'jr ifs
for the next nine months, Mrs. with each region to form health:
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Parsons spent six weeks here planning councils. Bradford is
with the L. L. Melton family. Central
included in the North :
Community State Bank of Starke, Starke, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. George Ken- Florida Region along with

announces that they will no longer be open for businesson nan Ala. visited from Thursday in Montogomery to Sat-, Alachua. County

Saturday, and that the following bank hours will become urday last week. Paula and 'Dr. Kirby said in his letterto
Kennan the
Stephanie spent
the board that stats; officials
effective September 6, 1 1969. Labor Day weekend with rela-
I have suggested'! fie new North
tives in Jacksonville. This seal makesImpossible
Cenral Region; begin with ons:
James Stin-
Mr. and Mrs.
son and family of St. Peters- county and Involve Immediate savings No trade refused = r"entirely

9 A.M. Until 2 P. M. -- Mon. Tues. and Thurs. here burg with were Mr.weekend' and Mrs." visitors Wildon problems and that'! to subsequently in include Alachua all it countiesin County b3; expanded -, possible. anything's possible.,

Stinson and family. the area.Although .
I Roy Morgan of Augusta Ga., '

9 A. M. UntiI2-P.M. and, 4 P.M. Until 6 P.M. Fri. : Mr.spent P.L.and last Estes Mrs.weekend Jr.,Dan who here Johnson.has been with lems advisable will to be the Inform local immediate, you we :felt of prob-the it Save On 69's While They lastTERWILLEGAR

employed in West Palm Beach, existence of the North Central .
was home with Mrs. Estes for Florida Health Planning Coun-
: the Labor Day weekend. cil, Inc. Perhaps you would MOTORS
:
9 A.M. Until 12 Noon Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs.Clarence Melton like to send an observer and
family have
moved from help us as the project; Is expanded ,
their former home on Highway ," Dr KIrby wrote the 206 'V. Madison! 3l I. Phone 061! 7200 ;* :Ue. 1.'la.
301 to a house just north of the Bradford Commission!!
Mutual Lumber Co.

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rim, n rr' as \er lu w\\bO\\\ 'Ib\s Club, am now the president of the Keystone III'filII' <'itv.I
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That Vote Is A Vote For Progress, For It Is Time For New Leadership .




BE CONCERNED VOTE WOODBURN NEXT r TUESDAYSEPT.




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UNION COUNTY PTA MEMBERSHIP DRIVE

Head Here Resigns! SFJC To Offer Expanded List Of Courses Here For Fall TermWalker Union Inflation County has not PTA yet! Dues hit will the schools Tuesday will" also morning be accepted Memberships .,

remain the same as last year- throughout the year but the
L. Stewart, assistant the position offers a chancefor Registration for classes to be mission are advised to secure able to carry a full academicload 46 through 49 for a registration 50 cents per parson Membership drive will only run through the!
principal at Bradford High, advancement he could not offered by Santa Fe Junior applications at the Bradford of 12 !hours appointment. Committee Workers were first regular PTA meeting In
School has resigned his position turn down. College in Starke this fall will County School Superintendent's A $5 check, covering a non- All co\!rss will be held twicea accepting memberships at both September.J. .
here to become principalof be held at the Bradford County office, and to complete applica refundable application fee week *Tuesdays and Thurs- the middle and elementary
a Georgia high school. Stewart came to Bradford Middle School Tuesday Sept. tions and their notarization should accompany all applications days), and will carry three -
Stewart submitted his resign- High in 1965 and taught In the 10, from 4:30: to 6 p.m. and prior. to registration. Registrants are, advised credit hours each.
ation last Thursday to be effective science department. He was Assistant from 7:30: to 9:30: p.m. A full A greatly expanded selection to bring an additional check to Periods will be: M. EDWARDS, JR.
the next day, Friday. principal for two years team of counselors will be avail. of courses will be offered at cover cost of tuition. Cash will 5th-" 3:30: to 5:05: p.m.
Aug. 29. The School Board act- first under Principal James' able during these hours to help the Bradford County Middle not be accepted. 6th-5:10: to 6:45: p.m. ANGUS DISPERSIONSaturday
ed on the resignation at its Temple and last year under students select courses and School this fall. Courses will be Registrants are also advised:! 7th-6:50: to 8:25: p.m.
Tuesday meeting. Ralph Diggs. prepare schedules.! offered continuously from 5th to have" their social: security 8th-8:30: to 10:05: p.m. Sept. 13
He will become principal of Diggs said last week he has Students who have not yet period stalling at 3:30: p.m. and numbers available.It .
Millen High School In Millen.Ga. no plans to replace Stewart in completed applications for ad- ending at 5:05: ; and through 12 Noon At The Ranch At
., grades 7-12. Stewart :said the next few months. eighth period starting at 8:30: will also be possible for registrants Sen. Sanders STARKE FLORIDA

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;':' courses Due Here MondaySen.
{f\:\ All classes will be held on in Gainesville to schsdule:! them 101 LOTS 190 HEAD
Vote .. S :::: the Starke registration.
:::: Tuesdays and Thursdays for during
\\1\\111 \\ approximately U4 hours dally. Anyone not able to register at Bob Launders of Gainesville All Young, Registered CattleJ.
Elect Subjects are scheduled so that the Starke center may call will be In the Bradford Jr. Owner
beginning: students should beCOURSE Gainesville 378-5311, Extension County Courthouse Monday M. Edwards, ,
11 Support 1 1ill Sept. 8 at 9:30: a.m. for his regular Starke. Florida
monthly visit with con-
ill NO. SECTION NAME PERIOD .ROOM! stituents.

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1 t tI" Anyone who desires to see
'" the Senator to discuss any matter l'
BE 100.62 Individual in a or ask questions Is welcome ,
Changing iviron. .5 1 to meet with Sen. Saundeis. Discussion L ;

I 8 1 The senator represents the 1
BE 100.64 7th District which Includes besides Is One Thing llt
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Bradford the following I I.
': :::: EH 100.62 The English Lang. 5 2 counties- Gilchrl.it, Dixie Lafayette -
:: STARKE'S EH 100.64 it H II 7 1 and Levy. The senatorwill .\ction.

I TIME I EH 214.62 Survey of Eng. Lit. 5 3 each visit month each in fulfilling of the counties a campaign .

FULL promise.: I' / Another ; ;",. t ts

CHIEF OF POLICE 11j HY 251.62 U. S. Hist to 1877 8 2 i1. ...'It." ,.. I

HM 100.62 The Humanities 6 1 )


1 Fuqua's Record: 111.. LE 101.62 Intro to Law Enfr. 6 4 SMITH: SUPPLY PLUMBINGAND CO. IvHY: HAVE LAWS AND ORDINANCES UN- I IBIG II
WE PUT THEM: IN EFFECT?
'' \\1 1 LE 204.62 Rules of Evidence 7 *4 Contracting and repairs j
1:# 1. Veteran law enforcement officer) school trained.
8 4 Fixtures Are satisfied how ?
LE 207.62 Breathalyzer Plumbing you things are going
1 Water Healers Pumps I We need !someone who has the time, ability
1 ij 2. Family man, owns home in city of Starke. 1j1 MS 100.62 The Mathematics 7 3 Irrigation iron Filters -1 1r t and determination to get! the lob done. II t
r Wate'r Softeners
THE CHOICE IS YOURS!
1 i 3. He will work diligently to upgrade your police depart- m VOTE AND SUPPORT FOR
YOUR
::1: ment through proper leadership and school training. :: PS 111.62 Physical Science 6 2 PHONES:
964-6023 or 964583'2ELECT ELVERIA DEVOE '

1:1:: 4. Will be a full time chief in uniform, he will walk the Si: 100.62 The Sciences 7 2 (Please make a note of I FOR CITY COUNCIL GROUP 2 I '
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::: business district regularly :: our numbers In your|
i SO 100.62 The Social Sciences 8 3 phone book) Will Be GI'eatIppreeiated On Sept. 9th.
1:: 5. Has been a citizen of Starke for 20 years, except military 1 1 (fPd Pol Adv.)
:::1 service time. 1:: ,
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>> << SH 200.62 Effective Speaking 3 MAURICE J. WHITE IL

1i1 6. Believes in equal justice under the law, regardless of ;m -

::: color or financial position. ::1: SELECTION NEW FALL PATTERNS!

1m 7. He will work with anyone interested in the betterment m SA VEAl
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Grid Practice Slowed
I A closed mouth gathers no Forget the past--you can't You can always tell how
feet.-J. D. Prince, Tri- saw sawdustLee! Call, The guilty a fellow is, by the lawyerhe
Star Valley ( hires.--J. D. Prince, The
County (Ga.) Courier. Wyo.) Independent.
Cuthbert (Ga.) Times.
By Injuries, Weather'

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Bad weather and Injuries have Coach Hurse named players
slowed the progress of Brad- Tuesday who he things "have:
ford High School grldders, but come a long way. He included FAMILY BUSINESSMAN
other than that the team is com- Buddy Sapp, Register, and
ing along, according to Head Graudons. Register has mis- MtgY"lt
Coach Dave Hurse. sed valuable time with his back y I V
Injuries Include a bad ankle injury Just when he was start-
which caused quarterback Mike ing to really come along, the r- haryew 1sr i MAN
Norman to miss four days of coach says. .
practice. Guard Len Registerhas "All these boys have very
been out with an injured limited experience," Hurse :
back. notes "We must have more : .
(
Pete Vaughn,sophomore new- improvement from them if --.r t.-
comer and a promising guard, we're to have a good football
defensive end or linebacker, team." : : *
was slowed with a sprained Continued steady perfor- I .. .
ankle when he was just start- he said, are being .
mances ... '. I r :
ing to come around,Nurse said. given by veterans such as Ralph ,. .......,. J t _
Guard Jim Shuford has a badly Morgan, Tommy Blackshear, 't" ,, I I"". I"",, '-" '
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Infected hand which is keepinghim Christy Chandler, Tim Mur- ",J I''
out. End Danny Jackson Is phey, and Bill Buby. they are i; $. ., .. J 1"
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hobbling on an injured knee. demonstrating good leadership ,,;'. I ooi' I 1i.. .
Tight end Mark Graudons was the coach says.Although .., <' '','I!;': ,,__ ''"1:: "j J' .' .
slowed several days with swol- he reported several '2 'I" ,, dM '
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Beside their tint football of the season grid fan will silo ret the treat of sseei'
to* eight pretty Bradford nigh School cheerleader In action for the first time a*
'the football Jamboree Saturday night at Citizen Field In Gainesville.
Discussion They are (I-r): Ellen Bloodworth Cindy Strickland. Denise Winkler Debra Pre- BIGGSYOUR
'Taft, Carolyn Brown June Hardy, and Sharon Howell. Missing la Anne TeTvrlllegar.
Little Beth Frances, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis, Is &the maccot.
Is One Thing

varez has worked hard and at One boy BUS coaches are
.j present appears to have the Inside looking to come through is end
Action. track on the defensive mid- Tom Marks who has gotten off The proper place to start
dle safety; spot. He can also to a slow start. Marks was a curbing crime is not in the
play weak side linebacker In steady ball player last season electric chair, but in the high
Is case Hurse needs to rest quar- and a starter at defensive end.
Another chair.-Dale The
i, terback Mike Norman on de As of Tuesday, the BUS grid Holdridge
fense. stood at 28 members, the same Langford (S. Dak.) Bugle. HIEF of POLICE
Rudolph Perkins has been number it had the week before. :
tough in the past week at defensive When we spared the rod. we
end and is improvingas __ ___ got a beat generation.: -Fred
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WHY HAVE LAWS AND ORDINANCES UNLESS a blocker at fullback. W. Grown, The Bergen (N.J.) Five Men on the Police Department Have Completed

WE PUT THEM: IN EFFECT? Others giving steady perfor- Citizen. Police Standards Council Required Training To Better

Are you satisfied how things are going? mances are Benjy Moxley, Serve You.
Eiland, Dale Johns,and
Tommy
We need someone who has the time ability Dean Johns. "That Dale Is I (fd. Pol. Adv.)
and determination to get the job done. a tough little runner," Hurse ELECT MAURICE J. WHITE
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THE CHOICE IS YOURS! commented, noting he will pro- 1'
be the starting left half.
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT FOR bably PEOPLE BELIEVE IN MAYTAG. .PEOPLE BELIEVE IN MAYTAG ,
I Johns Is also slated to be a
. ELVERIA DEVOEFOR starting defensive tackle he's A
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CITY COUNCil. GROUP 2 the quickest BUS lineman. Even .......
though Dale is small, at 150 :
Will Be Greatly Appreciated On Sept. 9th. pounds, his quickness will bea "Can't you watch where 1
real asset, Coach Hurse says. you're Roln' That 'S' stand
(Pd Pol. Adv.) Johns Is also best blocker in for 'STUPID'!

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1111 ANALYZE THE CITY COUNCIL BEFORE YOU fMAmf- ifxl 3 DAYS ONLY SALE



Ilf. AFTER THE NAME OF YOUR CHOICEIt's 11!!

,: .::..:.: THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

F 1: You Pay Your Councilmen Your City They Are Running g: ,

i To Look After Your With Your Money. Are You Satisfied m..
.. ? :' If You Plan On ltu>'ing A Washer Or l>r>tOr lit The >.vvt .12 lontlis. '
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ttSSSSSfcWftS&:t Equipment Taken County Budget
Grid Jamboree

I Puertomo\I From CourthouseEquipment Hearing Monday;


<.<. County: Commissioners will
f:: owned by Trlest hold a budget. hearing at 10 a.
{ S Construction Co. was stolen' m. Monday", Sept. 8, in the
"
close \' Set SaturdayGrid from, the new Bradford Court courthouse.I' '
-as to
para
:2i.,. f r.J : 4 at says here!.) <::?;: over the weekend, according hear all requests, and com-
By Gene MatthewsI miss: .r. -- :S..}. action begins this Saturday Blackshear; deep safeties Tentative offensive startersare to the Sheriff's Office plaints regarding the budget;
The buxom at the tower The stop In Cuba was uneventful night at Citizens Field In Jimmy Alvarez Tim Murphey, : center Tommy Black- for 1969-70.
desk asked for the Items taken from the hallway
casually Gainesville at 7 when six and either Mark Milner
although I could not help p.m. or shear; guards Len Registerand .
flew 2,200 miles (round name and address of my next 0..1: the new ,building, according -
area high
but think of the consternationI school elevens play Benjy Moxley. Bill Buby; tackles Dan- SEE
trip) in a U. S. Navy trans- of kin. "Just matter of rou- might cause by calling home two quarters each in the annual Jackson and to Chief Deputy Dolph
ny Buddy Jackson
port, with stopover in Cuba... tine," she assured me while with the casual bit of informa- preseason football jamboree. WainwrightJoins tight end Mark Graudons;; (Reddish, ,were: 'The Paint People

on to Puerto Rico; took a ... tion that we had landed In the split end- Tim Murphey; quar-, A Halt: commercial vac
helicopter flight over shark- The time is half hour earlier Staff
land of Castro. This little
terback Mike Norman full uum cleaner, yellow.
infested waters from Roosevelt than announced in The Telegraph ; Moore jfe&
side trip wasn't on the agenda back = Rudolph Perkins; left A Model A-3 Port-A-Cable
Of
Roads to Vieques rode Fraternity .
; up last week.
and no one at home knew aboutit
halfback Christy Chandler eander. PAINTSCENTRAL
cloud-topped El Yunque over o.Co. before we left Bradford High will meet Fa- ; J
rain-slick hairpin curves in a vJ latka in the second period of But C. Wainwright Jr., grand right halfback Dale Johns. A Black & Decker grinder!

careening VW; took a wild ride play. The Tornadoes will re Mrs. Truby Waln- 8-inch flat disc. PAIN1
Actually, Quantanamo Is com son of k. Remainder of the .schedule with an
in a crowded "publico" from It + pletely cut off from the rest of ceive. Wright of Lawtey. and son of Saturday night Is: first quarter 50 feet of red colored STORES INC.
San Juan to Caguas during the I11 I/ Cuba by a high wire fence (I Ocala la the BH9 opponent in Mr and (Mrs Bill C. Wain- -ocala vs.. Lincoln High; 3Q- 'water hos-e. ,
afternoon rush hour, and came it's wire I didn't the fifth of The Ga., .has 636 N.W. 13th STREEtE3AINESVILLE
unscathed.But : presume ; act- quarter play wright, of Atlanta, accepted Lincoln vs Santa Fe High; 4Q-
through ually see it), and there is no Tornadoes will kick off a position as traveling Ga'nesvllle! High vs. Palatka: A four foot step ladder.

you can't win against the communication between the Inside Palatka Is expected to again .secretary for Lambda Chi Alpha Gainesville High vs. Santa The Sheriffs Office has the PHONE 376-1291
irony of fate. and outside worlds. field a strong ball club, BHS fraternity. He has been at the Fe. case under investigation.
Coach David Hurse The In
says. fraternity's headquarters
J. WHITEWant
ELECT MAURICE
at Kooseveu
After six eventful, and some- Arriving Hoods, Braves will have both exper Indianapolis' since July 14 takIng -
times hazardous days, the odds the first surprise Was the ience and size. part in a training program.His .
finally caught up. I was hit mountainous terrain, and the They. won't be 85 strong 1n traveling duties will begin
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in the head by a flying suitcase matter of'Nctly"mention- I next later was learned the size it covered of the about base. the backfield because It's hardto September 1.

as our U, S. Navy trans- ing that a Navy plane went down 35 square miles and Is the lar- replace a boy like Larry Mr. Wainwright attend An-
port "Hercules" braked to a In the river several months ago, gest U. S, Navy base; In ; Brinson, Hurse says. drew Junior College in Cuth-
stop on the runway at Jack- overshooting',the runway in a I could easily believe it area the Ocala picked up all the ath bert Ga. after graduating from .'
',1*\ letes from Howard Academy, a school In Atlanta, wherehe
sonville NAS late Saturday blinding rainstorm. next day when I began trying to high
afternoon.It "ft" '. find my way around. At least high school that was phased out participated in football and
"Anybody hurt?" I managedto one mountain and two or three In Marlon County Coach Bill basketball. At Andrew he servedon
all started with an invita- ask, trying to sound as cas- vertical miles seemed alwaysto Caton will get 20 new lettermen.He the Student Government As-

tion several weeks ago from ual as I could. undet the.circumstances loom between the spot where will have approximately 40 sociation, was a member of the .C ;
Marine Air Reserve Attack ': ;,;,;VT you were and the spot where lettermen In all which "will choir, and was president of
Squadron No. 142 to accompany l M ti you wanted to be. make him very tough this Omega Tau Lambda local .
them on summer training at "Just ot"civtUan killed," year." Hurse says fraternity. He was named "Mr. -.

Roosevelet Roads, the huge U. she said, nci' everal of the Fortunately, the Navy operates "Well play to win" Hurse Andrew College" and listed In
S. Navy base at the east enu crew a bit maimed" :, shuttle busses thatmake Answered when asked if everybody Who's Who in American Junior .. '.:
of Puerto Rico. Invited news- ;y- t would see action in thejamboree. Colleges

men could go for the entire He added that boys Mr. Wainwright J Ss a 1969 graduate .
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two weeks, or the last five
the coaches need to look at will of BlrmlngTiam-Soufiern
days, the letter said. I chose
see action. College where he was a member -
the latter, but had I known then
"We don't kid ourselves that :r
what I know now about Puerto of the Young DemocratsClub "
Rico, I would have taken the full we're ready to play a football and the Westminster Fellowship r
treatment. and hope to sur- game," Hurse says The jam He has served his
vive. boree is just to see what we are Lambda: Chi Ala= chapter as

capable of doing. After the jam president, house manager, and
Far from being the flat little boree action Is on film coachescan correspondent, and was named
sun baked island, dotted with tell what a boy is going to the "Best Active" for 1968-69.
sugar cane fields and native r do under fire, the coach says. Upon graduation: he received a II
huts, that I had pictured from B. A. degree with a double major
"hearsay evidence," Puerto After the jamboree, the Tor. in business administrationand ,I
Rico presents scenery on par nadoes will really get down to economics. .
with the mountains of North r work In earnest, he says.
Carolina, in addition to a climate Coaches can see a player's -
S -
that never goes below 60 C h 1 weakness and see which players
degrees, even in winter. But a they will be able to depend upon 'S TAR K E
about the island II a
more later.
for the season. 9
Right now, let's return to the : Bradford fans will get their 'yet
Jacksonville! NAS. jtr BUSINESS
first look at the Tornadoes' new .
defense with the four man line. :
The Squadrpn-some; 225 enlisted It utilizes small agile tackles DIRECTORYAUTO :
men and 27 officers -- who can scoot around opposing
had gone down the week before linemen. There will be three :',.f
and I was to catch a trans-
,., linebacker: and a roving mons- SERVICE t
of.the Marine .
port plane out ; ter man. t
base at Cherry Point, N. C., r linemen
The biggest, toughest
carrying men and cargo to Gilbert $. Brown
will be at ends in the new de
Guantanamo base in Cuba and
fense. They can't be alow like
osevelt Roads, P.R. Standard Oil Service Station
the big tackles In a 54. '. ATLAS .

'he plane was scheduled to' O\ .;'.L i :,'f'.'..fs :..&fffJSSSigiis.: : : :; ,;'. '.'-' Tentative starting Tornado TIRES A BATTERIES
le. ve Jacksonville .NAS at.8 IM iNJiiii\! : 'i'w Road Servta .
?
,. ,. Budget Term to horse of different color
p.in. ,and I had been} told to"", defense will be: ends- Danny PHONE 944-7071 see a a ..
report at least an hour early -. Jackson and Rudolph Perkins:_.,.,. 407 N. Temple BUrke. 4 I 1
to pick up my orders, and be tackles-Dale Johns and Buddy- .- .f r4 111'1'011 aa 2j nr,9 9'9'N J ifrn" 1 II' Iqp .,,r ., I .

sure I had all necessary immunizations Ten thirty-five; arrived, but complete runs around the res- Sapp; middle linebacker Watch a western on a color TV. '

(small pox, typhoid ; the plane did not. Around noon, ervation, leaving every 20min- Ralph Morgan: strong side .HURST'SSHELL
tetanus, and oral polio). someone decided to call and utes (more or less) from any linebacker Christy Chandler; Discover the new television this fall. your own private rainbow. And you

find out what was up. The given point. Getting Into San weak side linebacker Mike Exciting new programs. Great sports might sound him out on the new
So I rose at 5:30: ( an early plane wasn't. It had been Juan, the "in" Puertb Norman: monster manTommySMILE Service Station
hour for a newsman used to place on events, like the Bowl games and the AM/FM radios, Hi-Fi Stereo Record
grounded in. Beaufort, S, C. Rico, Is a major operation, World Series. all look their best in and Tape Players, too.
bedding down at 1 a.m.) and (near Parris Island) when a about which, more later. Gas Oils Lubrication They
arrived at NAS around 7. The flashing red light indicated potential Monarch Tires & Batteries color. And their best is tremendous. Put your present set in the kids' room

plane, it seems, had revisedits engine trouble, and a- Also more about frogs that ROAD SERVICE Today, color TV is in the price range or the Florida room. It's a very econom

schedule a little and would nother plane would have to be sing like birds, mongooses that 301 and 100 Siarke of most households. Some twenty milical move, because electric rates have
eat the snakes (but who eats the
now depart at 10:35. OF THE WEEK
sent out from Cherry Point; mongooses?), and lots of other lion American homes already have color gone down eleven times since 1957.

Fortunately, the Navy and r. facts and figures -- speaking TV's. See your; appliance dealer about There's no match for f flameless electric.

Marines always have a coffee The second \"plane arrived which, those in mini skirts I M IISTf NIN( JacksonvilleBusiness ,,' I...
pot around, so I drank coffee about 4:30: eight hours after its around the casinos in San Juan io 1NE MKNI4ANGAME
for two hours before moving on original departure time, and we aren't half bad.Continued. /" .( )}
to the tower to get my final were finally off "into. the wild __. i f
clearance for the flight. blue yonder.".' ( next week) .'0.0'_ POWIH .HQHT COMPANY

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The coach explained that two t
'iiiishT'irsr: junior varsity; coaches had resigned -
DirectoryAuto
and he had been able to AERO EXPANDS
fill only one position before


/Is Topic Of BoardAt the crisis school developed system's and financial the sec- irpkYou're \ Sales and Service . .. '
ond position was dropped. ;; ..-' ",' -..r'f'" >.4. il.'TtilPrf!! .3iKCr*>*9BLS5.r "Vi' i-tf91if'r' i'll''i
Parrish MotorsSALES .. r I .
Hurse asked the, Board to Il
leave their minds . ... ._ ...... -1:
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the invitation of Supt. Tom Hurse told the Board he had open concern- always ahead with fine N. we 4..n
Casey, Coach Dave Ilurse was checked other schools in the ing this matter and said he hopedhe dependable service from us.
at Sept. 2 School Board meetconference and found that BHS would be given the go-ahead SERVICE 1..1
ing to talk about Bradford High has fewer varsity; and junior to fill this position when the financial PARTS VOL"_ _.."."...
School's athletic deuartment. varsity coaches than other i situation improved. TUCK'S
About a month ago, a board schools. Orange Park has nine According to the head coach, '

member commentered thatBllS coaches; St. Augustine; nine; about 200 students participatein HnrhcrutDRIVEIN/ Always Good Used Cars.
seemed to be getting coach the athletic program and the 921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5854
heavy and the board decided that Lake City, eight; Bolles, 12; budget is about 20000. "Gen- BEEF PORK SPARE RIBS

no more coaches should be Paltaka, eight; 'Live Oak, nine; erally, the football program CHICKEN

hired. and BUS,:six., pays for itself and It helps pay .CURB u.t. 301 SOUTH SERVICE Rf.TTTRTr MOTORS ':-
for other programs," he said.!
Yr .. Baseball brought In $500 last ,. 4
I -+ jIY
iVIien You Use An .\mliv\vs ChargM": Z" PEAVY Brothers
year "by far more than we've
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Account f- ever gotten before and we expect -
Your Prescription Tat Keen t" more this year," Hurse Electric Co.,

are Kept For You..u By U commented.
Electric Motors
lie also commented that the

Andrews Drugs track budget is a little high Sold Serviced Repaired
S this year because about $1,000 Generators Starters Armaturt
For Fast ])cllTel')' 1>11\1: 1 96&.11'70 P to worth of new equipment need- Rewinding
ed; and that basketball did not y Wr wo
,, '44044 t.enox Jax. 387-2528
--. pay for itself last year" but :
: : : : =*: # we look for it to support itself Ask """*'
this ;year." PIANOS S. :

fOWitt't; ; -The coach said they should A
YAMAHA
J Jones Funeral" Home 1 being thinking about upping the Charley' CONN and KIMBALLORGANS PIANOS

.. gate charge. He said it would
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stay at $1.50 this year (students -

m.:. STARKE I i r .11 I... pay 75c!) but that with
'I' the cost of equipment contin- Johns .
=: PHONE 964-6200 ;=;= uing to rise the gate charge .,..

111i; I ,jf:. ;j;: next would probably have to go up About This Question: :...,..... .:f...
year.
|m jj KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, 111' Hurse checked around the
jjI conference concerning a gate Summer is waning. This is Aero Corporation at Lake City Florida.
1 1j:? PHONE 473-3176 .f 1 charge. St. Augustine, Palatka Thoughts now turn to the ,
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Oak, $2. "Everyone school risks for children.Is .
says ORGANS
worker
wonderful Come as If haveno
they're going to have to go up this a sensible time to Roosevelt 1\IaU-388-8519 you are. you

W & D TRACTOR to t$1.75 for tickets purchased take advantage of the
SALES before" the game and $2 at the free survey of insurance I """* experience:- we will teach you and pay you
gate, he noted. WESTERN STORE
J Ji" 'V "We have been fairly liberal needs offered by the while you learn Learn an aircraft trade today.
Box: 75 LaCrosse Fla. Ph. Alachua" 462-2628 with complimentary passes but Charley E. Johns Agency -

OLIVER TRACTORS; T" we're going to cut back this ?" LITTLE DUDE Contact either nearest
your
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year, the head coach told the
10 DIFFERENT SIZES :* Board. Board members indicated Western Store
Implements Sidewinder Charley E.
1\low'nr.HoUand approval.

. Transplanters. Cole Plante>Is.'' 'John. Casey had asked explained Hurse to the to attend Boardhe JOHNS AGENCY Western Clothing Leather State Employment Office Or Aero Personnel,

r Blue Ezee Flow, and "Owners., the meeting so the Board mem- goods, Saddlee and Trailer
bers would have an accurate .131 So. Walnut St. Charles & Sharon Petty Field Lake Florida 32055. I Ir
TRACTOR REPAIRS on ALL MAKES & MODELS picture of the athletic depart- Phone 964-5070 903 S. Ed..wood M4-U19 Coley City,
ment.
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- .- Truth In Lending Act FireFighfing certificate number and yearsof !
County All of nail' nronertv, bring In
*
Success"To Issuance, Definition of 1sss which" I I. .
the property, and the namee Inwhlch the County of Bradford State of th" ftth Ch rle A. Darby.
Should Assist Consumers It wft* assessed are M Florida. nltte"I this Slatttday ofAugust 4'ferk of Clrc" C.+urt of Braden -
Efforts follows: Unless such certificate or certificates I t554. County Florida.
L .. _ laugh often and Certificate Not 75. Tear of Ituanee shall bo redeemed socnrdlnr (SEAL) >-4 4t -2S
The -Truth in ienaingAct, in addition to requiring that tnucb; to wia the respect of 1.87.D..erlptlon. tl> law the property described
In such certificate' or
. which went Into effect on July I, credit terms be fully disclosed, NoticedEfforts Intelligent people and the Belnr" 122.S Ft.of N Property A S By 50 t Lot Ft. certificate" will be "anti" to the .See....:e...
should help consumers to be the law covers other charges affection of children to E&W Lying And B.ln* In NEJ highest" bidder at the court house -
" better Informed COB of WU! of NW!. of SE': door on the first. !Monday In .
the
say econo- involved, such as Interest, the of the Bradford County earn appreciation of of NE%. SEC 25. T-6-3. R-22-B. month of October 1961 which SEE US FOR
'. mists with the Florida Agricultural fee for a credit report, pre- Volunteer Fir Department honest critic and endurethe Name In whlrh a(.sensed Ma-, Is the 6th dav of October 1969. .
Extension die William Rated this 22nd day of August
EST.
Service. miums
for any guarantee or to organize and provide fire betrayal of fake
1069
All -of said property being In
During the past few weeks, Insurance protecting: the credi protection to the area immediately friends; to appreciate beau the County of Bradford. State (SEAL)
.' consumers may have receiveda tor against the consumer's of Florida. Chn.rlen A. Darby
fail- surrounding Starke has to find the Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford i $1 EXTRA CASH
barrage of letters and notices ure to pay. ty: best In others Unless.. ouch certificate, or e.r.tltl""t. County. Florida $ i
from banks, department The attracted Interest In the county. : to leave the world a bit to shall law bo the redeemed property according described -- II.C 4t 9.23N.tlee
law affects those who
Commissioner Ralph Bryan told better, whether by a healthy In such certificate or -
stores, credit card sponsorsand regularly extend credit to consumers the volunteers Alienist 18. child, a garden patch or a certificate will be sold to the Of lnnllealloa For Tnt: Don't let lack of
finance companies. They or who for such hlchest bidder at the courthouse Deed.Re. a money .
= arrange Bradford County Is well on redeemed social condition: y
door the firm :Monday
" on .. ""' .1'". F. S.
. were complying with the new credit. And the stress Is on the way to -having: fire protec- to know even one life has In month of October 1969. which Notice" I" Herebv Liven that worry you. If it's for a o
; law that requires disclosure of consumer protection. The Act tion which has been badly needed breathed easier because you I. the 6th day. of October 1D6!>. Mr. T. J. Alderman the. holderof
'. credit terms to the Dated this 21st day of August. the fnllowlns: certificates has
consumerin embraces credit extended for many years, Brvan said. lived. This Is to have succeeded 1969. filed. mild certificate' for a tAX : 1. p worthwhile purpose, we'll .
. a manner that will allow primarily for personal, family, The County Commission's representative ." (SEAL) deed to be Issued, thereon. The :x ,
the average consumer to understand household or :.agricultural purposes I Charles A. Darby certificate numbers. and 'ellr"of 1 arrange a personal loan .
> the to the county fire Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- Issuance, the. deicrlntlnn ot"rn".rty. ,
charges and
cj-nrnre protection effort spoke to the ford County Florida. and the names In which .
LaQ
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credit terms available from according to Chief Hanr Oresn. B-C .t f |g H was assessed are as follow: a to meet your needs, with
volunteers at their
various sources:: Credit advertisers must also regular Certlflcste. Na 5S. Tear of Issuance -
comply with the meeting.: Next scheduled meeting will Notice Of Application-For Tax 1597.D.srrlntln0. v- terms to fit your budget. :
If you read the creditors' new legislation. be at 7 DeeC of nropertv POMat : .
: p.m. Monday, Slot. 15,
Nine
' Generally, they must follow the members were present See III...... F. ... SK COR of 1tF1W'I: : *
Utters, you realize that finance disclosure plus five prospective membersand at the county Insoection stat'on.' Notice Is Hereby Given that run W 8'! 4. Ft. X l59 Pf. R 2<17
' charges for credit may be stated requirements if, in Comm'sstoners! Bryan and Anvone Interested In becominga Mr. T. J. Alderman the holderof 1I't.. N 525 F"'. R 97 FT. SAliS : CALL OR VISIT US TODAY *
, In For advertising, they give specific the following certificated has Ft. to FOR KX W 226 Ft. SEC:
many ways. Instance, information about Interest ratesor Buck Norman. Prospective member of (he Department! Is filed said certificates for a tax 21. T-8-SS', R-22-E.
, a finance charge of 1 1/2 percent credit terms. members given membership\ application urged to attend. Green said. deed to be Issued thereon The Name In which assessed. Mrs. 0 Loans lOp To $600 -
: amounts to an annual rate certificate number and yearsof O. R. Bradley EST
were Donald Harden- Issuance, the description of All of said property belneIn. *
of 13 per cent. And most department The best-known features of brok. Robert Paterson: Lamar the property and the names In the County of Bradford Stateof TOWN FINANCE CO.
: stores add such car- the new legislation relate to Notice Of Application For Tux which It was assessed. are aa Florida. :
Scott. Albert Foster and Rob- such. certificate or certificate -
- .. toll owe: 't1n ** )
charges to D _
rying il8r
unpaid account truth in lending and credit advertising redeemedccrrtln IIC'
ert Foster' ... 11)4.16 F. n. Certifrate No. 27. Year -of h- shall be tL
:: balances on the closing But 1955.peacrlpllon. to law the. nronertv described
the Act also establishes Notice Is Hereby Given. thit suanee 226 N. TEMPLE: AVE. STARKEe.eeeseoseseee..e.
The Fire Department Is Property t "t2In In inch certificate orcertificate" .
date of each :billing period. a Consumee Finance con- :Mr. T. J. Alderman the holder of > .
of the Bl.1(, 18 In Lawtey E of RY. will he sold to the
tnlutngr its plan to acquire followlntr certificates has
As a result of the Act Commh..t.:1td bidder at the nurt house .
you ; coatal.isliiportfcil filed ald certificated for a tax Name In which assessed Harry blithest .
will know know what the annual provisions\ concer- equipment and active members!! deed to be Issued thereon. The Kittle door on the first :Mnndnv the

internet vi'.i will be, whether ning wage garnishments and

stated as a discount' rate or a extortionate credit transactions -

monthly- finance charge. e CHECK & COMPARE *

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r-----------LAWTEY By Enza Blanchard' -1 : h 1a OUR PRICES ARMY NAVY




CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mrs Baulah Norman returned Ole: SAVE IN ALL IDIiCQUNT LOWER PRICES *. QUALITY UTTER s7oaesa
'f
United Methodist '
Grace : Sunday to her home here after hav- r '

school 9:45: a.m., Worship ing spent 8 weeks! in Miami, + e' j, MORE *

service 11 a.m., and choir practice where she was employed. t/SFACTtO

7 p.m. followed by MYF. David Wainwright of Way- ;

First Baptist: Sunday school: cross, Ga., spent the weekend DEPARTMENTS

9:45.: Worship services 11 a.m. with his grandmother! Mrs. DISCOUNT STORES

and 7:30: p.m.. Training Union Truby Wainwright.Mrs. .
FRIDAY SATURDAY
6:30 Midweek
: p.m. services

Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Sue Peterson and children GIRLS' MEN'S GREY SUEDE
Church of God: Sunday School BATH SCALE
and Mrs. Esther Peter : :..
10 a.m., Worship services 11 DRESSES
son and -T PBC
children, of Vero Beach" OXFORDS
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., YPE Thursday were Saturday overnight guestsof PERMANENT ;' Beautifully styled 'i
7:30: p.m.Highland '
j i Mrs. Esther Peterson's Smart anddi.tinctlyl new compact shape V
Baptist: Sunday PRESS
I
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. with textured
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School:: 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 ?
v
'p'
and Mrs. James Norman. Values to 5.78! styled vinyl mat
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Choir practice .. *
Mr. Fully adjust
and Mrs. B. R. Fields Fantastic selection Lightweight- I
6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting sl
of Keuka Lake!, were supper! ,v j of finest dresses able 260lt
Wednesday 7:30 a.
:
p.m.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert G'{ in "No Iron" fabrics weight ,
Sappenfield on Saturday. New fall styles etc r
PERSONALS: "r and colors P
Sines Green
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Todor
SIZES 4to6X 1.44 t
Visitors at the home of Mr. were in Mexico City, Mexico attending : 6h/12 ass
and Mrs. Octavian Niculla last SIZES 7 to 12 YOU SAVE 1.00 *
to business. : ''f
YOU SAVE ,
week were Mrs. Goldie Myers, Mrs. Joyce Schemehl, of Bu- 666 (tiV 11 c s

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jenkins ford, S. C. spent the weekend I .a J

and Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Hydeall with her brot erInlawand ; 1 Ii e '.a

of Jacksonville and Miss sister, Mr. and Mrs. James 199 i 1

Karen Hyde of West Milford, Waters. I I I' ,

West Va. Rev. and Mrs. Roy Mallardof
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore 4 ,
Newnan. were guests of '
were in Parris Island. S.C. last Rev and Mrs. Tommy Howe on LADIES'SANFORIZED 10 X 10 HIBACHI

weekend- to( ..atlndj. tlwiru5,4np t -...hT"Ufaday-.It set Ma ..y y,.,. ..
Mckey's! graduation. Mickey The Junior Church of Hell. PAJAMAS Adjustable grill with handles 7 _
will be stationed at Camp Le- bronn were guests At a social Durable cast iron, wooden base Mptpea"" ,
June N. C. for several weeks. Thursday at the home of Mr. .' 1001 Washable cotton In a charming
\L7I assortment of prints: full cut, sizes 32/40
and Mrs. Bud Harley. All the! \
ljt 1
Mrs. Mary Locke returned to children reported a wonderful YOU EV

her home here Thursday after time. The Junior Church Is :a G SAVE_ 6CR t fr. w' S A ,

spending several weeks! with well organized consistent program E 3 ; ,
Mrs. D. E. Jacobs and daughters of Bible teaching not R -

at their summer cottageon (Bible Stories) but Bible Doc- L915
Lake Geneva trine using visual aid on their! ; r YOU SAVE 1,05 .a U.4 NQw JO
'
_
Tex Patrick graduated from levels. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED '

Parris Island s. C. on Monday LADIES' BIKINI PANTIES w I ALL RIPE CANNED TOMATOES

August 25. He will be stationedat Miss Elizabeth Terry spent 'e ,, : First quality cann.d tomatoes

Camp Lejune N. C. for from Thursday to Saturdaywith I .M Assortment of lovely pastel shades sizes 5/7 IfanS/e I, a / deliciously ripe and plum.
awhila. Buy several at this low, low price! .
her sister Mrs. C. E. / pairs ,I I I Buy several l cans at this low.it ,
Mrs. Selma Eunice returnedto Strickland In Gainesville 1 iL1. low price!

her home Thursday after Miss Enza Blanchard spent tln' LIMIT 6

having undergone major surgery several days with her sister, E / ..... _

I at St. Vincent's Hospital Miss Arthurlne Blanchard in _ _ _ _ _ ,
I on August 18. Jacksonville. TOMATOES -

Friends of Mrs. Jack Estes :

J Miss Elizabeth Terry returned will be glad to learn that she
.. to her home Monday after returned home from Bradford WALK SHORTS i EAGLE 10 TRANSISTOR

spending two weeks with Mrs. County Hospital after spendinga _
100% Washable cotton front d .. AM & FM RADIO
{ ; zipper
." Helen Turk and Miss Dinah! week there _
Harrison In Atlanta, Ga., and \ and two pockets I 1 Complete with battery, earphone

I? Mrs. Opal Mulllns at Mableton, / Popular colors rj 1 and transparent carrying caseBOYS'
$ Ga. Mrs. Joyce Futch left Mondayfor | e Sizes 4/7 P
Brunswick: Ga., where she YOU SAVE 1.22B.BS
/
Vivltors at the home of Mr. /
will be teaching the 4th grade .
and Mrs. Edward Rberts this! f> 766.
for the coming year. Her friends '
'< week were: her sister and
and relatives are glad to know
< brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
; that she will be closer home 'J
$ '
Bill Wilson and daughter "
J: Debra and Rhonda, and his this time. MEN'S FASHION POLOS e'' ;''' "

:: Evergreen Baptist Church will loot cotton knit 4 M X 46 CANNON TOWELS
bra have a Quarterly sing. Satur-
=s Short sleeves In b
/. 7 Fluffy and absorbent Cannon makes
day night, Sept. 6. Everbody as only
:Jj' ami. welcome. Refreshments will be / \ assortedcolors i : them; lovely assorted colors
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde WainWright served. > FIRST
< of Eaton Park spent the Sizes QUALITYMATCHING
Mrs. Larry Norman, Rhonda S/M/L
past week with his mother, ,
;: *w./
and Mrs. Ola Starling attend.
a: Mrs. H. C, Wainwrlght. On ed a gospel sing In Waycross, y WASHCLOTHS
;> Tuesday, they with Mrs. paw J 4/$1.00
Ga., last Saturday night. '
$: : 1tUi 1
trlcla Waters and daughters
_ _ _
.
1 spent the day at Marlneland, The home of Mrs. Leon Starling \

% St. Augustine. was the setting for a bridal I 8 CUP ELECTRIC PERCOLATOR EAGLE NYLONREINFORCED
shower for Mrs. Wayne Hardeenee
: Mr. and Mrs. Pete Todor and ( MIss Cathy Carter) on e All aluminum electric percolator

J Sons Mr and Mrs. Fred!! Moore. Friday night. After a fellow- 1 t t J makes perfect coffee every time r HOSE

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey and ship hour, the guest of honor F o LIMIT I -

{ family, all of Lawtsy, and Mr. opened her lovely gifts. The YOU SAVE 1.11 ; 51'" X SO1

and Mrs. Fred Mocre Jr.. and hostesses Mrs. Bernice Starling, r, r '" E 6 .4i Brass
"
< family of Hendersonville! N. C., Mrs. Ethel Reddish. Mrs. Val. couplings 291

r* spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. aria Shuford, and Mrs.!! Sheila II 0 3.87 IS yurluaranl.

if. J. W. Thomas and children at Starling served delicious re- fI ..
? Live Oak. freshments.REWARD. 44

c ? ,' .. .a zs:: 15" CANVAS BAG YOUR CHOICEI

: .. I71NOtf r FLORAL SHOVEL OR PLANTER

ri 2.22 t I! Jumbo planter

ml51NCH with
r 19 INCH Shovel tray of

n.91 temperedsteel 1 1
"

I $ 100 FOR RETURN OF L ." / wooden with ,

a __ Z LADIES' & GIRLS' CLUTCH BAG 96* t handle

.
MONEY BOXAND
MEN'S GILLETTE SPEAK EASY MOUTH

44 SUPERSTAINLESS SPRAY

i \ ___ CANVAS CASUALS DOUBLE EDGE LIST iRICE t 58C

I REWARD LIST PRICI.74 LISTERINE
a $250 / Canvas MOUTH WASH 44C
SUPER f
/ uppers; g yr' r t5i 7OI. LIST PRICE.?
ClAt cushion Insole g "' yeJ '

; popular MEDSCOT ASPIRIN .7.7C

I FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO ARREST colors; sizes 61VI2 250TAtarrs LIST PRICI Y41t

AND CONVICTION OF. PERSON OR PERSONS FLORIDA'S LARGEST(OVER 115 ) & FASTEST GROWING FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES

_ BREAKING INTO OWEN JOIST CORP. ON JULY ,

IS. 1969.PLEASE. ,X 100* MMIltAt CUT>AHif
j MM MW 17* I1 MW ** >10W CHSte>mrl S IAUS44IM MOMIUIAS l IM lt
> t- 14** tt.w. r* SOVTM -
_ CONTACT THE BRADFORD COUNTY 4 ft. 171* M W. ri MIAMtW ., .
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t S.HtAIIAM 1*>* J k i** ItW 111 M W. *** OC* IATOM COCeA tABSO O 1 NO
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t SHERIFF'S DEPT. OR CALL 961-5900. NOI1VWOOB C*>C*>* SIACW IUVTIS MSfMON 'OR*. *l
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GUARANTEED OR YOUR e


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: FARM AND' {
,:'. ,.';> '..v.To .'\;.'. ; ;;.'..'; ;.",: ";.: ;.'.','. .';.; ; .-,--,-," RANCH.
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By George T. Muggins 1111
COUNTY AGENT :;::

\ ': .k"ti Agricultural Extension Service !g 1 1I'I ,1
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Monday morning; we were produce the largest: camellia

Grow Or Not greeted with a gaod-by: : from flower in Al'tFLE.S1 P-adford County.

our soil conservation tachnic-
ber Ian Bill Haas. Not a good-by Maybe more dogs. more cats
Bradford County has no industryto of Commerce. because \\'e.111 not: be seeing or fewer flea control: collars

speak of. We are in dire need of Neither is the city or the Develop him occasionally but g:,odbY in could be the reason we have .
At least that's what his teelinlcial responsibilities! had more calls during the past
industry. people ment Authority making effort to -
any ..
It :
about fleas. may
months :
few
:. are now to Alachua: and Oil- .
here keep saying. investigate this prospective new in -" ... .
Christ Counties.:) Bill: has been' be that we are dependingtoo
Almost every time the topic of Brad-, dustry. Nobody has really checked out Soil Conservation Technician In much on advert'ssd flea collar!

ford County's economic situation comes the prospective owner of the slaughter Bradford County for 16 years. on pets and we let the effective
house or a plant such as he proposes. ( time run out. These collars will
friend'
up, as it often does, there seems to be L, He has made numerous
somebody wishing through his hat One local man has severe doubts thatwe .. during this time. Bill: will! main- do the }3t because a cMlir kept
.
billion can support a veal slaughter house ; ". tain his home: In Bradford me from haying! to dust our
that dollar
a plant that employs
he has about County for while longer. He cat at regular intervals.: You
doubts why anybody a :
umpteen number of people would would propose such a venture here and IT COULD HAVE HAPPENED HERE and his family! are active in mlBht understand fleas betterto
fly in one night on a magic carpet. least five!
at
community affairs and will bea know: there are!
.
*. whether farmers would profit. GULF COAST DISASTER AREA-\\hen \icious Hurricane Camille tore into the Mississippi and real asset to the Alachua common kinds. These Includethe

No problems are envisioned. Only' ,or The point, again, is that nobody Louisiana Gulf Coast thousands found shelter food and clothing in hundreds of Red Cross shelters County community that finally dog: flea cat flea stlcktlte
thing supposed to happen is that our such as this. Designated the official disaster for the nation the
really knows. No first hand investigation agency American Red Cross will be gets them. Bill has been activeIn flea human flea and the rat
county will suddenly receive more revenue providing emergency care and long-term assistance for all those \\ho need it. Red Cross hopes to raisea our Bradford County Fair! flea. Some of these will set on
because of a greatly increasedtax of the proposed plant or its owner minimum of SI5.000.000 for Gulf hurricane relief. :More fortunate' Americans can aid Red Cross in this Association Cattlemen's Assoc- to other :animals: and Into a

roll and these umpteen, and sud- has been carried out by the county, gigantic humanitarian task) b>' sending their contributions small'or large to the nearest Red Cross chapter. iation, Farm Bureau: and supports variety of p'acs. There are

denly highly skilled workers will draw city, or Chamber of Commerce. Some- several material.! effective in
: all other Agricultural programs
salaries only slightly less than a top body should investigate prospective industries I 11 1 Help Them Rebuild Their Lives [111 We wish Bill! and his controlling fli. I will: suggest!
that might want to locate here
flight space technician at Cape Ken- family mush success and hap- malathfcn tv d'a' '!'ron.
nedy. I l'.so that when residents ask questions piness. GOOD FRIENDS

they can get answers. 1111 The American Red Cross is in the midst of one of the most massive 111 BIG FLOWERSIf Two or three weeks ago! I

Folks, it's time to get our heads out The : disaster operations ever undertaken in its history that of providing :: you have early! blooming wrote about some fa=t crowing!
Council had
of the clouds and City no grounds on varieties of Camellias grass: in our count and about"
start thinking. Do :: food shelter you
;: emergency assistance, and long-term rehabilitation to ::::
which
we want to go after industry or not? to answer residents asking ;I ti: thousands of families in the debris-; tangled; area devastated by Hur:1:1:: might want to produce a few; loelnar mv two !Inch' dray: !in the
about noise and odor of the proposed ricane king sIze< flowers. I am not a grra s. A few da3O!! I received
;::: Camille.
We've seen demonstrated in the last slaughter plant. It had carried out no ::: :: gibberell'c! authority! so I shall a very friendly! not? and enclosed -
few weeks, in the case of the proposed investigation, but it had invited the : This gigantic task i is being undertaken in the name of the American ::! not attemot t to: tell you how to wa. abl1tI Inc'us of

slaughter house, how not to attract proposed owner to locate in the city. ':1 people for those families that have not been able to recover by :::: use his Ribb'rllic acid to stimulate what had: been a 6 lrh clear.

industry. Cbviously, we've been caught r4i:: themselves.To ?:::: additional! growth.! I Just It would not have! !ben ?o bid
with our industrial pants down.A What will happen the next time ::1: carry out this undertaking, the Red Cross; Is asking all Americans 11 want to: fuseest\ that if you are for one end to hive: burned: but

some industrial prospect eyes our ::: everywhere to support it financially in an emergency disaster fund :::: interested, find! a source and ba with the other "n<1 bine chewed
place in our city's Industrial Park area ? Will we again see only problemsand ::f campaign for a minimum of S15 million. :':'f ready to: apply a drop in the I Sad to throw !it an'aTo

and also acreage in back of it has been make no effort to overcome them? 1:1: Thousands of persons were made homele, .* h\- the winds and waves :::: proper place at the' proper time. my Sarti F? friend! Joe Imler.
denied the owner of the prospective ::: that smashed houses to splinters! when Camille battered the Gulf Coast :::: Camellia! buds should be about D. L. Norr', and W. E. HIVPS.Thank .
slaughter house. Considerable public We are also mindful that it isn't ::1 from Louisiana to Florida. 1:: the size of a small marble: when : You for your t thoughts!
every week that somebody wants to you ap'-ly: fritoerellic.!\ I plan: to :Maybe I'll pet you a Iprlgf
pressure brought about this refusal :::: Many families, for whom the night of August 17
: of horror
; $ was! one ::1:
place an industry here. Next time we try a few drops to sea if I can this grass .some day.
perhaps rightly I::1: lack to return to normal
so. offer resources living unless they receive help. They ::::
get an we certainly should havea
:::: must be helped in the rebuilding of their shattered lives homes and ::
::
The better
point here is that nobody is idea of what is acceptable.We I:= businesses. ::

suitable.breaking his The neck to find a site that is want the benefits of industry, :::; The Red Cross is the natural agent for this reconstruction, by ::1::: Our Armed Robbery

is now making Development effort Authority it seems, without its problems. That is ::1:: virtue of Its experience and readiness to help. But it cannot do the Job ::: readers .

caught an although not realistic thinking.Do :::: alone. The Red Cross la: asking; $ the American people for a minimum of 1:

unprepared by the recent re- :::: $15 :Million to provide this: assistance.'!! :::: writeTo Shows Increase
sismation of the manager of our Cham we- want to grow or not? :::: The people of this community have always; heeded generously human- ::::

1:1:: itarian appeals of this kind. Let us again open our hearts, and our ::::

Back To School AdviceMillions :::: pocketbooks, and make :sure that the Red Pros: receives the necessary ::1: the People of Bradford Five persons charged with

I ::; funds to help our distressed; neighbors\ : on the Gulf Coast. 1:;: County: armed robbery are now being
:::: Please send your contribution TODAY to :Mi'{ ; Lillian Stump Box 366 :::: In behalf of the Starke Ministerial held in the Bradford County

of children and young can prevent a lifetime of sorrow for :::; Starke, Fla., or National: Red cross Headquarters. Washington.; D. C 1:1:; made Alliance possible I thank the all success thosewho Jail in other and counties.three are being held

adults are on the move back to class- both you and some child's parents. \ of the collection of food and
rooms and books this week. Our Heed the warnings of school crossing ::::.:.:.:*::x--xx\wx-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:::::::::::::::::::.::.::.,:.::,_::nnuuuuuuuu.:::::,:::::::::::::,:,:::::':,:::::,:,:::.:::..:..:..:..::.:..:..:..:..:..:.:..::.:..:..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:;:.:;:;:;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .. : clothes for fie t victims of Hur- "It has really picked up In

thoughts are with them. The futureis signs, the flashing lights of !school' busses ricane Camille: the last few months," Chief

in their hands. '!!, and the signals of school boy pa Farmerswe've Frank Williams Bradford Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish

For what it's worth, we'd like to trols. Slow down. Give them a break, Diarybig County Civil Defense pointed out.only Reddish one bonafide can remember armed -
Fire Department.R.
offer a little advice for young and old not a fracture. Starke. E. Jones: and the County robbery in the last !10
on some pitfalls of the return to school, Students : What can we tell you Departmant. years until the recent siring
:J l some safeguards that we hope wills. that hasn't already been said ? Listento heard a lot of talk county leaders in the legis Road Radio! Station WPXE. began. That was the Old West
the lately about the "high watermark" lature. Under Crider's bill End Grocer then operated at
-e some of the students and theirft. your parents. Respect policemanor Starke Bradford County Chamber -
nilies from grief the crossing guard. Do your work and where it Is supposed Bradford, Union Baker and :Madison and Orange Streets by
: of Commerce.
to be
but to us it is Columbia
no counties would be Douglas.
my- Wayne
Parents the best you can Don't talk *o strangers PEOPLE OF BRADFORD .
: Impress on your little ones stery whatsoever, as it is located merged and the countseat for THE
their home address and matter how harmless they COUNTY FOR DONATING -
telephone num- nQ right smack in our drive- the new consolidated county Clayton Robby Smith was convicted -
ber. Perhaps a temporary name tag might appear: Watch 6'ut' for the cars; way. Daily rains have made would be In Lake City Rep. OVER TWO TONS OF of the robbery and was

would help. Instill rules of obedience.It Play hard, and study harder. If you the roadway boggy and last Gene Shaw Is opposed to the lca. FOOD AND CLOTHES. sentenced to life in the State
will help both teachers and cro/jsing see a grown-up make a mistake, remember Saturday, when we had at least and m )y be depended upon '.o This drive was a Joint effortof Prison at Raiford.
guards or school bus operators. Warn that someday you will be agrownup three separate showers, it got fight It when it comes up in the peopla and organizations "Don't resist" Is the main
positively soupy:. And if we the next session, but he said of our community. This is warning Deputy Reddish has
against going anywhere, with stran- too, and resolve that you will get By Sam' McGarveyin (
any hurricane rains around recently that some sort of consolidation what made it so successful.The for persons who become victims
avoid the mistakes. Make: the
gers especially those in cars. Train same here, our road will become of counties is com- Rev. J, Thomas Staab. of an armed robbery.
your children in the habits of study most of your school days. They are the another branch of New River. a bill arena where they run ing whether we want it or not. Indications are that some of
and completion of their work projects. golden moments you should cherrish M to exhaustion quickly, or in a M the Otd.1tml the person carrying out rob-

Drivers : Watch out for those little.t always. If this sounds corny now, you'll smaller place where they will ...... beries now are taking marijuana -
children. understand what put on a better show for the If that is the case, It the
They're at your mercy. Tak- we mean twenty or The disputes may deputy says.
ing an extra five minutes thirty years from now. head over the bulk- spectators. be well for the small counties "That makes them evenmore
for
safety < law came to a head last *.
.Bless you and good luck week when some 450 property Union County has taken the work involved out to their get own\togetherand dealsso t I dangerous." I II I

owners In the lake region lead In a battle against the consolidation
that In the event of consolidation IU Rules victims of armed rob- I
around Keystone Heights metat of small counties, the counties will get beries should follow, Reddish
the city park there. Althoughthe as proposed by Rep. John C rider mergers which are most acceptable fir-I lti says, are: I
I For Better Two Tons of Help owners won one concession of Jacksonville and other ss -
Understanding -- the right to to them. \, \ .... I 1) Be as observant as possible -
clear
off their
. beaches -- they are making "Some people are like blisters Identification of the rob- II
The Bradford County school system Over two tons of clothing and foodfrom plans to carry the battle further .' they don't show up bers Is most important to their

took a giant step toward ending def- Bradford County has been shipped to have the law changed and -rL.- it's a woman's until the work is done." conviction.2)) If possible, get tag num-

icit spending Tuesday' when it insti- to the victims of Hurricane Camille clarified as to the rights of the / a I \ j ber and model and make of
in Louisiana Mississippi.. owners as opposed to those of .,: nl1filT
tuted a detailed, yet simplified monthly the nish the top with fresh sliced getaway car.
state.
tinancial statement.The Goods were delivered in a steady n tw m& pears. First dip the peeled 3)) Places most likely to become -
stream all last week to the Starke slices in fresh lime juice and a victim of an armed

Fire Station where it was boxed and +r- drain on a rack. Arrange the robbery should keep "bait"
statement presented Tuesday delivered on county trucks to the Civil After the meeting, Keystone's slices cartwheel fasion on top money with serial numbers
was one easily understood and a1 then Defense building at the Fairgrounds.The police chief, Wally Muhlofer, By Martha Sue McCain of the dessert just before ser- written down. That money
same time was quite complete. The Salvation it last said it was the biggest turn- .County Extension ving. A few marschtno cheerles should be kept with the regular
:School: Board and scnool administrators Army picked up out of people in that town sincea Yr Home Economics Agent will add more color. cash a robber would get.
Thursday night for shipment to the
big to-do
many
will know exactly where they years ago
stand from month to month. '. distressed area. over the big hotel there. Incidentally t. -r- __ r. .
The movement began here when Bradford County was
FOODS
FALL'S PLENTIFUL: Soak
Mrs.: Bess Burns, retired Bradford librarian well represented at the meet- peas overnight or boll for
Back to school time calls 2 minutes
remove from heat
We applaud the Board for insistingupon Ing.
phoned the Rev. J. Thomas for refreshing after school and soak for 1 hour. Add the r
having such a statement. We Staab asking if the Ministerial Alliance snacks. :Many of the foods In ham bone, chopped onion, and
hope!:! they study the monthly state- was perhaps sponsoring such a plentiful supply this Septembercan seasoning. Boil gently, covered

ments carefully and continue to show drive. Most of the ministers at that September is here, and with "fill the bill" for snack- for about 2 hours or until ..
such urgent concern over the school time were out of town, but Mr. Staab the worst part of the summer time. the vegetables are tender and ( .
system's finances. heat over with, the countrysidewill Fresh pears make an ideal soup is desired consistency.
took the matter in his hands.
own
be ablaze with wild afternoon appetite appeaser -- Remove ham bone, cut off meat
Leaflets were printed and placed in flowers. Indeed, historical accounts without affecting the dinner and return meat to the soup.
M. A. Payne: electronic-data process- store windows and the local radio sta- tell us that the Indians, meal. The plentiful supply of Reheat soup before serving

ing instructor at the Vo-Tech Center, tion voiced announcements of the who once lived here and who peanut butter 4an provide an (About 275 calories per cup).
Finance Officer Dot Epperson, .and drive. roamed the area while huntingand all time snack favorite. Pea- For variations use ham s"' '

Supt. Tom Casey are to be praised 'for Almost 100 per cent of the items fishing, called this the nuts come In handy for after- broth in place of water and [ ftp 13oat

working out a system which is com1' were serviceable, some new. Time of the Flowers. noon munching, too. ham bone, but use the short \\Le :
The good supply of fresh soaking method because ham
plete and yet easily understood.. Our people rose to the occasion. They refreshIng :- .......:'" \'
limes leads the way to broth should not remain at G... '1<".
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moved quietly and quickly to answer beverages rich In vitaminC. room temperature overnightdue : : _'..... :, __

Too often, audits and financial re;;*' <* ., the call for help, and with no fanfare berry However farmers, during will the have month the to rapid growth of bacteria; Bv Lvnn Hamilton, of Southern MarlneStLTY ._ .
little
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ports are impossible for the layman. ,. -> at all. time to be looking at flowers Dry split peas also are plentiful or add to the other ingregi-

to understand. Such was not true in ,. To those persons who donated we as they will be busy getting, this month. ents 3/4 cup chopped celery, MUIKS: IJO.\DI\'Ii JUICON tteait: on me IMIIIOIII ol, In, ltnc"
this case. give our thanks. We are proud to live land ready for setting out WAYS TO USE SEPTEMBER: a few whole cloves, 11/2 teaspoons hut halll...11" on a IMMI. 01 a. pin I"
them. PLENTIFL'LS lime juice, and 3 / 4 'I I .uiilliililiii j i. .a i Kim iiid iii shill Inn- ne: l.i-uiuil. \ "nan-
among least plants next month. And not the With dry split peas, fresh teaspoon Worcestershire sauce ,ihliiuli.mil. 1 Ill,.", ']><.(iln.ilh K, vnn'. i-n'i the oicnmu|" ;alio\c'' a. heal
of their problems, by any limes, fresh pears and before cooking. .imiuiv' i\lm i I. luiiiov\ ...101111"hip; | loom .1""... 'hut .l.illiil.. .the pail ol anonthoanl
means, is locating a source of nuts In pea- \ l.iiHlluliln-i. i.in ,it>u |"c di. .tin- Ill.,,I on uhiih the moloil .
The Bradford plants, as the whole season hinges good supply -- and Ringed 1)hi.) tail <'i| Lmiu ledge i IllinaIhc .
County It. ..-.--- .... on a start with good, healthy thereby.. likely to be lower pri- LICHlFFOX: dessert with ;.ilnint, initiiimii, hunting j,1I//1"11. / I 'K-il'cV. i'i< a. -,11I.11I', > M.I mrloi
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED ) plants. ced USDA's Agricultural Research pear garnish: 1 tbs. gelatin, I lot. "\.''lIIpla| :. alien ;.1, I.iI'P" .. the' I.itdll'l1. hlule the ''In.idi '
Service provides some one fourth cup cold water, 3 -.'\<. 'Shell ilo .ibniil
x + ..: :MO I 1.11111| lie i I' the *)hip's toilet \\ h"11, ton KI,
1879 04. recipes for use of the first eggs separated, three fourth .111"-11'1| IIIc.1Ihi, \.ita: ....11Ii" :.Milililliieni doon l I the "h.n.h"sou.. ilon'l, II.......
\1 three. And with the baseball cup sugar, 1/2 cup unstralnea kn.iis.. He IIIC.ans"' Iii- wilt, sails 1 HI i .hoiioin up." ,hut, lalhel. ,
During debate at a Starke season in full swing, no pea lime juice, 1/2 tsp. grated lime LilliC", :.Mil/ nautical link pct| doers ijnonuli ihc hand.. ithicli i*
fra... :\ -; city council meeting on the location nut recipe is needed. rind; one fourth teaspoonsalt limn- \ ii.niiit.il' "mile j is |I.lj) ..nine( tile opcnmu tlq U..glt. / Ihc,, ilc",k 01 .9
i8i6t/ miles of a slaughterhouse within : n>|> In the alto lulnu
few drops food col
wtrtta Give thanks in all circum the city limits, the The latest USDA diet survey ; green pct hour. ulicn staking ::10 kitoi. '\"a: oil en -pcak ol a "'nkk i a*
questionwas
showed American diets to oring. I the 'hull' (is the main built ..I| Mimeoil. ol ", i.lld".I1I". I. Inn.,
FLOR I A ES S stances.-(I Thess. 5:18): ). to raised whether it was legal be lacking many in the amount of Sprinkle gelatin in water and .1 I In MI. 'Keel'" lekn. to .the lm.uiMiklxiiie ', in lioaiman'. lanuuaue it '"l'.IIII I
Problems of inharmony can keep cattle or hogs Inside Iron needed for optimum health. soak a few minutes beat egg di. Ilie member ili.it eleiuU \- peiioil. ol thus al" the ',,111I.I .
\ A S S O ON be solved by a thankful appre "Yes the city. The answer was, Split peas, along with all dry yolks slightly, add half the :.iliing the tinier. of (lie liixiom I the nantii.il ui-ion. of 'iiim.'
providing the stock did cil the >'c'''cl.Didfl" 1. ha* nothing. lo do ttuh nli hInline. ,
lime' a L: I -
dative attitude. A word the sugar, juice and rind.
ready beans and are among .
not become peas li.i., .
a nuisance, or Cook nothing to ilo \\lili / Inn ttlci" n> the tat ;a. I...q
1 of gratitude always brings a In other words, exhibited good best sources of Iron, with three- over boiling water, stirring u'mr>iiNoM iiiilii.ni turning:, u In'n /lloalt iii. lie bout i nh tikiime in
J response. All of us like to be city manners. fourths of a cup of cooked dry constantly until thick. Add ,applied| | l Ixi.itniK.. K.uher. U !I.. the I the lKiiUoiu.il I plane,,
appreciated. We all know howE M peas or beans providing the gelatin to hot mixture arid stir ilcpih of lie hull fioni. tt.iicr line \\',. iiMi.illt. think ol ainn' a,
1 same amount oUronas 3 ounces urTai dissolved. Add green In ilie | n.v't point ol ilie keel.. 'omcMlmiK. 'Ion anil' ,leniln' ih.u h.i,..
j L. MATTHEWS, EdlUrPublMMrPublished we react to appreciation ; we coloring. Cool until thick but Ulicn :.1,ho.iul .. 1 ,
of round steak.A >0.1. .1 "painui" a llottei 01 pipe" al one itnl In hoai-,
each Thursday aid entered MI Beetad. know how it makes us feel approved And speaking of stock, plansare good way to serve those not set. Add salt to egg whites tlov-.il seal :11I\thing "ilh|, a i pains man'i J.HKOII./ it I i- a HI.I\| |\ leading
Class Matter at of and desirous of be- being completed for the and beat until In u.h. \ painter.. U line l 1)\ IMIU. "
t the PHI Office at 8tek, Flsdda cooked dry peas is In: stiff. Add rest ;.1 1 ulmh l-dijc/ ol.llir 1'iihap' the I IIIOMdillunll 1
under Act .! March 3rd, U7. ing more helpful. Let us let big Calf Scramble which is set SPLIT PEA SOUP ( 6 ser of sugar slowlv. beating con- .1; small.. ho.it ii it touc'l l or in.ulc" ; f.i-l. ttoul, lo' pionoiniif' i."tln..nte" i i.
"thank you" be our quick response for Saturday, Oct. 11, at the 1 each): 1 cup dry stantly. Blend with gelatin mix \ ...:.i1" is .a. M..i-goinK' luine for. ,i tthith, :ate the Mat:,. *J'an.*
Subscription In tfrad vings, cup "
area: 1 IS." OwUU
year ; You ilon't 'im i mall, "final
fairgrounds. One points being ture .four mop >p up; \"" nmu a horn >;ide In nle
I to every good that ap split peas, 9 cups water, 1 meaty into a serving dish ,.,10 .10.. ', ., .
trade area: I year, tS.M reconsidered Is whether the and chill until firm. n I ,11 :1 i 'loK i i.1. 1..lIllllillll",.
pears. calves should be turned loose ham bone, half cup chopped For IU' I the tame" token. :.1 "cleat" I It hut a. -hi1,, log i j. the moid, I look
onion. beauty and flavor gar- not toincthing! a hifcKill pl.-ncr of the traftb. 1"1;'iti.t.Oar .

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Waterfowl, Snipe HuntingTo In more possession than one may dally be and hooded two 9 Receive Applications .


Open Thanksgiving; DayFlorida mergansers"In the past Florida electedto UF DegreesNine For Academies Service

take a split season for water-

hunters may look for dons for hunting migratory fowl hunting In order to offer area students are can Senator Spessard Holland has B. Directory
opportunity to
sportsmen an GAINESVILLE
Lard to Thanksgiving; turkeyr birds has closed the season for hunt on Thanksgiving and still didates for degrees at the Uni- announced that Florida boys ess
lunch and wild duck for goose hunting In Florida and versity of Florida's summer wishing to receive considerationfor
take advantage of the latest
|inner on November 27. Georgia," Schulz said. hunting dates. The 1969 quarter graduation at 7 p.m. his nominations to the national -
possible
The 1969-70 season for water- The dally bag limit on ducks, Aug. 30 at Florida Field. service academies must and Industrial l HOMES
-70 migratory bird framework Conditioning-eating Farm MOBILE
wl and snipe hunting will other than mergansers is four. Starke students receiving degrees submit completed application Air _
which
EquipmentSanta
provided a longer season
>en one-half hour before! sun and may not include mere than will be: Murray Dean Me- forms to his office later MUSTANG
for no
eliminated the necessity! a Air Conditioning
,se on Thanksgiving day. two wood ducks, ona canvas- Schulz said. Garry, an MBA from the College than September: 2, 1969. The FA TraUor
split season, Heating By
According to Dr. Richard back redhead and black Homes Inc.
or one ''Of Business Administration same deadline applies also to Mobile ,
In addition to the regular General Electric
:hulz, Chairman, Game and duck. The possession limit Is statewide for duck and ; Curtis O. Sanders, Jr., a receipt of completed address FORD
season
-esh Water Fish Commission! two days bag, but may not Include coot there will be an extended BA, College of Arts and Sciences forms from all academy aspirants Russ's Sheet,Metal, Inc. Farm Tractors U Implements Gainesville's Discount Mobil
.e season for ducks and coots more than four wood for hunting scaup. The : Martha Panaway Smith, a who have applied to Sen. Galne.vUle.zsZO N E. 18th Ter. USED EQUIPMENT Home Sales Lot.
111 be a continuous season! ducks, two black ducks, and season special scaup saason will open BAE College of Education: Holland to date. All correspondence Tel. 376-8282 SALES PART SERVICE NEW MOON CAPEIXA
ith 47 days of hunting. The one redhead or canvasback.! January 15 and cont1f.ue! through: and Jeffrey Wayne Warren a should be addressed to *"" GARDEN SUPPLIES BRONZEWOODLow
iterfowl season closes at sun- Dally bag for coots will be January 31 in certain delineated BSBA. College of Business Ad- Holland at 421 Old Senate Office AUTO SALES Monthly Payments
own on January 12. Tha sean 10, with a total possession limitof ministration.Two Building, Washington, D. C.- & Farts Inc. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-U44
scaup-only areas
for snipe hunting closes on 20. Daily bag for snipe Is o o Keystone Heights stu- 20510. BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson ".,., """*

inuary 15. eight with a possession of 16. The trumpeter swan is re- dents will receive degrees. This year Senator Holland OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS- MOTORCYCLES
"TSere will be no open sean The limit on American, rsd- ported to be fighting off the James Thomas Rcbey! will receive will nominate a principal and SALES SERVICE Insecticides T-- Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
for goose hunting thisar. breasted and hooded mergan- extinction and another a PHD from the
threat of College nine alternates for one vacancyat fine Selection of Used Can YAMAHA BMW.eycee'1ayta
Tha U. S. Bureau of Spoil sers, in the aggregate of these dwindling species, the of Business Admln'stration.!, and the U. S. Naval Academy, Taken On Cadillac Trade -
sheries and Wildlife which species is five daily, and ten hard-hitting catcher seems to Thomas Glnoza Bird will receive Annapolis, Md. Additionally, he 2101 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-S301 We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders
I ts the framework of regula In possession, of which not be making something of a a BA from the College of will nominate as many as ten 224 N.W. Sib Ph. 378-M7 .
comeback. Arts and Sciences. 'Sales -- Parts Service
young men from Florida to CRANE
Degrees are also going' to compete for several vacanciesat LINCOLN MERCURY MATERNITY WEAR 1 615 W. University 378-2811 .
Jacquelin Arrowsmith Melrose, the U. S. Merchant Marino
YEAR ENDGAINESVILLE ,"Science a BA, College of Arts and Academy, Kings Point, N. Y. Authorized 2201 N. Main Sale- Ph Jk 372-4373 Service FOR FULL MOTHERS LINE-ToBEA OF MUSICBALDWIN
: William! Samuel
Daniel "An earlier deadline is nt cas- ''
EdS. College of Education; and sary this year," stated Senator Crane ImportsVolvo Lingerie Dresses '!(Slacks

Edythe Peterson Combs, a BSE, Holland "because the Civil MG Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits
College of Education.A Service screening' examinationfor 606 E. University EXPECTANTLYYOURS PIANO&& ORGANS
CLOSE OUT total of 1,429 students will Congressional applicants for Phone 372-4251 CHOId Of THE ARTISTS'

receive degrees when the sum service academy nominationshas INC. . mer quarter closes. The Auqr.- been moved forward to Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA .....
30 program will mark the first October 4, 1969. Because of this, I 7M W. University Opp.,S.F.J.C.
commencement under a new no extension of time for receiptof O'ville Shopping Ctr. 372-5353
University procedure awarding these applications can be Mechanical CONTRACTORK. """"'
IN degrees to graduates at the and made." 4 wheel drive and oars I MOVERS ,
of each quarter rather than Sales Parts Service
during an annual connvocation Clean Used Toyotas E. Hyde Ent. Inc. Lone Distance Moving
each June.Girl's VA BeneficiariesTo 1700 N. Main 376-1268 Packing
Thompson's Refrigeration. Storage -
Get ID Cards Service Crating Shipping
Gym Suits Beauty Academy Heating -_ Air Conditioning Free Estimates Call

Jndentlficatlon cards are be. Repairs! on White Appliances HILL'S
Must Be PurchasedAt POWELL'S
lug sent to beneficiaries of |he Industrial Combustion Service

Bradford HighAll Veterans Administration's com- Beauty AcademyLearn Boiler Room Sales 'A Service Van Service, Inc.
pensation and pension rolls in 3038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville
Rd. O'vUloPAINT
Bradford Middle School an effort to cut dawn: on unIdentified a Profession In Your Telephone 372.2162MEN'S 3540 N.E. Waldo
and Bradford High School girls mail and speed processing ( Spare Time. Full or Part Time 372-1271
education dur- 219 N.W. 10th 378-2768
taking physical applications and related WEAR GLASSLIDDELL
ing the 1969-70 term are re. Inquiries. -

I- quired to purchase: a .sky blue The wallet sized card 1nc.ludes ELECTRIC MOTORS STAG 'N DRAG PAINT &

permanent press gym suit: the payees name, file

The New Those suits may be purcnaeed number, and payee number, ELECTRIC Griffin SolU GLASS CO.

only from the BHS Physical according to M. T. Dixon, di- Motor Repair Co.Of Arrow Shirts- Florshelna Shoe Glass Mirrors Sliding Doors

I Education Department from rector of the Florida Divisionof Gainesville, Inc. Formal Rentals Tub Enclosures Shower Door
senior high phyS ed. instruc- Veterans Affairs.Beneficiaries Rewinding Ladles Sportswear Furniture Tope Windows -
tors at the gym, according to receiving theseID Repairing; Awnings.
Used 2 STORES-13 W..UNIVERSITY
Small Mrs. Vicki McKinney. cards should keep them In New *nd 373-811:
St.
tS16 N. W. 18th Pb. 372-4318 and GAINESVlXLf: MALL. 116 N.W. 16th
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Bradford has ber of Commerce. 't collars:
.County no industryto :
speak of. We are in dire need of Neither is the city or the Develop- : have '

industry. At least that's what people ment Authority making any effort to t't : may past:
:
here keep saying. investigate this prospective, new in- -" ." ;. : : too

Almost time the of Brad- dustry. Nobody has really checked out < : !
every topic J ) !! -
the prospective owner of the slaughter ''! '
ford County's economic situation comes
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up, as it often does, there seems to be house or a plant such as he proposes. .. t zIT:. will
local that > h 1 : kept
doubts
One has
man severe
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somebody wishing through his hat'that .... our
we can support a veal slaughter house; :
billion
a dollar plant that employs
he has doubts about : ( : You 1
why anybody
umpteen number of people would COULD HAVE HAPPENED HERE! better :
would
such venture here and
fly in one night on a magic carpet. propose a : five! I
> tt> whether farmers would profit. GULF COAST DISASTER AREA-When vicious Hurricane Camille tore into the MUsUtippi : luce!
No problems are envisioned. Only 1 I. Louisiana Gulf Coast thousands found shelter food and clothing in hundreds of Red Cross te
The is that
point again nobody I
thing supposed to happen is that our such as this. Designated the official disaster agency for the nation the American Red Cross will : ? rat
knows. No first hand !!
county will suddenly receive more revenue .really investigation proiding emergency care and long-term assistance for all/ those uho need it. Red Cross hopes to : (set' on
because of a greatly increasedtax of the proposed plant or its owner a minimum of SI5.000.000 I () for Gulf hurricane relief. More fortunate Americans can lid Red Cross in into a
has been carried out by the county, gigantic humanitarian task b sending their contributions small'or
roll and these umpteen, and sud- > large to the nearest Red Cross : !"'*! are
denly highly skilled, workers will draw city, or Chamber of Commerce. Some- : : : :,. In

salaries only slightly less than a top body should that investigate prospective industries J Help Them Rebuild Their Lives |1 : : \ t
flight space technician at Cape Kennedy might want to locate here : + !
y so that when residents ask questions I

'they can get answers. 11 3, The American Red Cross is in the midst of one of the most massive 1 : ago!! I

Folks, it's time to get our heads out The City Council had disaster operations ever undertaken in its history that of providing :: !
of the clouds and start thinking. Do no grounds on :::: food shelter ( : about
which to residents emergency assistance, and long-term rehabilitation to ::::
answer asking !In the'
we want to go after industry or not? about noise and odor of the proposed !1 thousands of families in the debristangled area devastated by Hur- :: :: !! : receiv
;::: ricane Camille.
We've seen demonstrated in the last slaughter plant. It had carried out no ': : :!! ; : en-
few weeks, in the case of the proposed investigation, but it had invited the 'r.:: This gigantic task i is being undertaken in the name of the American :::: : ?* of

slaughter house, how not to attract proposed owner to locate in the city. : 1 people for those families that have not been able to recover by :1 ( : clear.
industry. Obviously, we've been caught ::: themselves. :::;: !: bid:
with our industrial, pants down.A What will happen the next time :: To carry out this undertaking, the Red Cross; is: asking all Americans : \ t : : ?d but
some industrial prospect eyes our ::: everywhere to support it financially in an emergency disaster: fund :;:: : \ : : chew
place in our city's Industrial Park area? Will we again see only problemsand ::: campaign for a minimum of S15 million. :::: : To

and also acreage in back of it has been make no effort to overcome them? 1 Thousands of persons were made homeless: : hv the winds; and waves ::1: !! Imler.
denied the owner of the prospective ::: that smashed houses to splinters when Camille battered the Gulf Coast :::: : : '/;'!.
slaughter house. Considerable public We are also mindful that it isn't ::1.{ from Louisiana to Florida. :: .

pressure brought about this refusal; every week that somebody wants to ::is :Many families, for whom the night of August 17 was' one of horror, :::: I ( \ : I Jt
perhaps rightly place an industry here. Next time we :::: lack to return to
so. resources n01'mallh'ing unless: they receive help. They ::
get an offer we certainly should havea :::: must be helped in the rebuilding of their shattered lives homes ::
and ::
The point here is that nobody is better idea of what is acceptable.We ;::1: businesses. ::::

suitable.breaking his The neck to find a site that is want the benefits of industry, :L.::: The Red Cross is the natural agent for this reconstruction: by; ::

is Development Authority it seems, without its problems. That is ::1: virtue of its experience and readiness to help. But it cannot do the job :::
now making
caught an effort although not realistic thinking.Do :::: alone. The Red Cross is' asking$ the American people for a minimum of :I::
unprepared by the recent resignation :::: $15 Million to provide this; assistance.The : ::::
of the manager of our Cham- we want to grow or not? ::;: people of this communitv have always' heeded generously human-

::: itarian appeals] of this kind. I.et us again open our hearts and our 1 1fc ::::

I Back To School AdviceMillions :::: pocketbooks, and make :sure that the Red Cross' receive! the necessary :: with

::1: funds to help our distressed neiehbors' on the Gulf Coast. :: : : being

:::: Please!' send your contribution TODAY to Mi!iq:1: Lillian Stump Box 366 :::: County

of children and young can prevent a lifetime of sorrow for 1; Starke, Fla., or to National Red Cross Headquarters: Washington: D. C i1i i1iji held

adults are on the move back to class- both you and some child's parents.
rooms and books this week. Our Heed the warnings of school crossing :ji::::::*::*::*:::.:*::.:*: :*::.:.:::::K:*::::::!::w::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.::::::::::::.::::.::::.:::.:.:.:.:.:;:;:;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::;::: : ::::: t up in

thoughts are with them. The futureis signs, the flashing lights of school' busses : Chief

in their hands. and the !signals' of school boy pa- Farmerswe've

For what it's worth, we'd like to trols. Slow down. Give them a break Diarybig : re-ar-

offer a little advice for young and old not a fracture. 10

on some pitfalls of the return to school, Students : What can we tell you siring
:i some safeguards that we hope willS that hasn't already been said? Listento heard a lot of talk countleaders in the West
-e some of the students and their your parents. Respect the policemanor lately about the "high watermark" lature t'nder Crider's at

ft nilies from grief: the crossing guard. Do your work to be, and but where to us it It Is Is supposed no Columbia Bradford L'nlon counties, Baker gar'c: by:
Parents the best can, Don't talk to strangers my-
: Impress on your little ones you stery whatsoever, as It is located merged and the county sea
their home address and telephone num- nQ matter how harmless they right smack in our drive the new consolidated con-
ber. Perhaps a temporary name tag might appear"W'atch but for the cars way. Dally rains have made would be in Lake City. was
would help. Instill rules of obedience.It Play hard, and study harder. If you the roadway boggy and last Gene Shaw is opposed to the State
will help both teachers and crossing see a grown-up make a mistake, remember Saturday when we had at least and m y be depended
guards or school bus operators. Warn that someday you will be a three separate showers it got fight it when it comes main

against going anywhere with stran- grown-up too, and resolve that you will positively soupy;. And if we get My Sam McGarveyIn the next that session but he has
of
any hurricane rains around recently some sort \1c-
gers especially those in cars. Train avoid the same mistakes. Make the here, our road will become solidation of counties is .
your children in the habits of study most of your school days. They are the another branch of :New River. a bier arena. where they run ing whether we want it or of
and completion of their work projects. golden moments you should cherrish to exhaustion quickly, or in a rob-

Drivers : Watch out for those little .V' always. If this !sounds' corny now, you'll smaller place where they will mari-

children. They're at your mercy. Tak- understand what we mean twenty or The disputes over the bulk- put on a better show for the If that is the case it
spectators.
be
ing an extra five minutes for safety thirty years from now. head law came to a head last ties well involved for the small more

.Bless you and good luck week when some 450 property Union County has taken the and work out to their get own

owners in the lake region lead in a battle against the con- so that in the event of rob-
around Keystone Heights met at solidation of small counties, solidation, the counties
I the city park there. Althoughthe as proposed by Rep. John Cri-
which
mergers are most :
For Better Understanding .,, Two Tons of Help -- the owners right won to one clear concession off their der of Jacksonville and other ceptable to them. \ I J) pos-rob-

Over two tons of clothing and food beaches -- they are making their
The Bradford County school system plans to carry the battle further
took a giant step toward ending def- from Bradford County has been shipped to have the law changed and :-rt it's a woman's'' ) num-
to the victims of Hurricane Camille clarified as to the
icit spending Tuesday when it insti- rights of the of
tuted a detailed, yet simpluied monthly ; in Louisiana Mississippi.. owners as opposed to those of :

tmancial statement. Goods were delivered in a steady the state. (VjJJJfl ) } to be- ,
stream all last week to the Starke j I

The Fire Station where it was boxed and "
statement presented Tuesday
delivered on county trucks to the Civil After the meeting. Keystone's
was one easily understood and a1 the' Defense building at the Fairgrounds.The police chief, Wally Muhlofer, By Martha Sue McCain:
same time was quite complete. The- said it was the biggest turn- .County
:School:; Board and scnool aummistra- Salvation Army picked it up last out of people in that town sincea (f Home Extensors
Thursday night for shipment to the
tors will know exactly where they big to-do many years ago
distressed area. over the big hotel there. Incidentally
stand\ from month to month. 1"We
The movement began here when Bradford County was FALL'S PLENTIFUL FOODS Soak
: Bess well represented at the meet peas overnlghtor
Mrs. Burns retired Bradford librarian -
Back to school time calls 2 minutes, remove from
applaud the Board for insisting ing.
phoned the Rev. J. Thomas S 5 for refreshing after school and soak for I hour. Add
upon having such a statement. We Staab asking if the Ministerial Alli- snacks. Many of the foods in ham bone, chopped onion
hope they study the monthly state- ance was perhaps sponsoring such a plentiful supply this Septembercan seasoning. Boil gently, Ma:
ments carefully and continue to show drive. Most of the ministers at that September is here, and with "fill the bill" for snack- ed. for about 2 hours or
such urgent concern over the schoolsystem's time were out of town, but Mr. Staab the worst part of the summer time. the' vegetables are tender
: finances. heat over with, the countryside Fresh pears make an Ideal soup is desired
took the matter in his hands.
own will be ablaze with wild afternoon appetite appeaser -- Remove ham bone, cut off
Leaflets were printed and placed in flowers. Indeed historical accounts without affecting the dinner and return meat to the
M. A. Payne, electronic-data process- store windows and the local radio sta- tell us that the Indians, meal. The plentiful supply of Reheat soup before
ing instructor at the Vo-Tech Center, tion voiced announcements of the who once lived here and who peanut butter an provide an (About 275 calories per )
:Finance Oi'licer Dot Epperson, .and drive. roamed the area while hunting all time snack favorite. Pea- For variations use

Supt. Tom Casey are to be praised .for Almost 100 per cent of the items' and fishing called this the nuts come in handy for after- broth in place of water [
I Time of the noon munching too. ham bone, but use the
working out a system which is com.:: : were serviceable, some new. .Flowers.. '
The of fresh '
good supply soaking method because
plete and yet easily understood.Too Our people rose to the occasion. They limes leads the way to refresh- broth should not remain

moved quietly and quickly] to answer ing beverages rich In vitaminC. room temperature
often, audits and financial reports -'., .. ;'; the call for help, and with no fanfare However farmers during the month the due to rapid growth of ; .
berry will
have little
'' at all. Dry split also are plentiful the other
are impossible for the layman- ..:. time to be looking at flowers, peas or add to
to understand. Such was not true in. ..;.: To those persons who donated we as they will be busy getting this month. ents 3/4 cup chopped : -linr-.
this case. give our thanks. We are proud to live land ready for setting out WAYS TO USE: SEPTEMBER a few whole cloves 11/2 ., .1 pici in
them. PLE.NTIFULS poons lime juice and 3 I t ;i ) | \ 11.111. ..
among plants next month. And not the
,
With dry split peas fresh teasponn Worcestershlre | : )' .. hnttl.
least of their problems, by any .
.. .
limes ; nl
fresh "
pears and pea- before cooking. an'
is
means locating a source of I .
nuts in c "moliii"
The plants, as the whole season hin- good supply u and "
Bradford "
County .. ... thereby likely to be lower priced LIME: CHIFFOdessert: )
It. ..---- ges on a startwlthgood, healthy ; ) I i ;, '. name.
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED ). plants. -- VSDA'sAgrlculturalRe pear garnish: 1 tbs. | ;1 .. | .. "1..1'i. .
search Service provides some one fourth cup cold I) ... : ) "' | M>II )u"
1879 recipes for use of the first eggs separated three | || ;|| ;{|| nitet-
'i'f three. And with the baseball cup sugar, 1/2 cup \ "' | ) l ,lalliei;,
During debate at a Starke season in full swing, no pea- lime juice, 1/2 tsp. grated ;' : ,' | ) .. ti hit Ii i it
rem \ city council meeting on the location nut recipe Is needed. rind; one fourth ( | |:\ ( / ,link in
aSible of a slaughterhouse with- :l | I .
MlMeea Give thanks in all circum- in the city limits, the questionwas The latest USDA: diet survey oring.salt; few drops green food "I ,"' :{, "' ''' ., irk"a... .
stances. (I Theas. 5:18)). raised whether it legal showed many American diets to ;ail. but..
FLORIA ESS : was ;1 ..
Sprinkle .
to be lacking in the amount of gelatin in '' ) ) 'nn.in-
keep cattle
inside
Problems of inharmony can the or hogs iron needed for optimum health. soak a few minutes .
city. The
A S S Q T N' be solved by a thankful, appreciative "Yes providing the answer stock was did, Split peas, along with all dry yolks slightly add half I I "Him', .

attitude. A ready wordof not become a nuisance," or beans and peas are among the sugar lime' juice and ), ;I\ a uiili, IMMI h
gratitude always brings a in other words, exhibited good best sources of Iron, with three- Cook over boiling water, .. ...." in
I response. All of us like to be city manners. fourths of a cup of cooked dry ring constantly until thick. ;' ; ;.. : '
: appreciated. We all know howE peas or beans providing the gelatin to hot mixture arid .',,," ;at.
same amount of Iron as 3 ounces tads, dissolved. Add ., ) "' ", That h.i..
L. MATTHEWS, Edtlor PtlbYstier we react to appreciation ; we
coloring. Cool until .
of round steak.A ;' : In I IMMI...
Published each Thursday and entered MCUM 8ecesd. know how it makes us feel approved And speaking of stock, plansare good way to serve those not set Add salt to egg : ; ) j| ; .. lading
Mater at the Pest Office at SUxk, FUrtU" of and desirous of be- being completed for the cooked dry peas Is in: and beat until stiff. Add : I l ) I |InmnM. 1
ing Let big Calf Scramble which is set of sugar slowlv. i ; ...-
uader Act .f Marcia 3rd, CTf.Subicrlpllon more helpful. us let SPLIT PEA SOUP ( 6 ser beating i i.
.
In ,trade area leU', .....; o.taWo "thank you" be our quick response fairgrounds.for Saturday,One Oct. 11, at being the vings, 1 cup each): 1 cup dry stantly. Blend with gelatin | ; : ) ; ; i ;.up.m.,,"" .
points ture in ik-
to that 9 cups water, 1 meaty; row into a serving ,
trade" 1 every good ap- split peas .
area: pear, ti.M reconsidered is whether the and chill until firm. ; I illl I...,
pears. calves should be turned loose onion.ham bone, half cup chopped For beauty; and flavor, I ( "' ; : \ i .,| |HN.l..

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more than one daily and two(
Waterfowl, Snipe HuntingTo In possession may be hooded 9 Receive ApplicationsFor


Open Thanksgiving; DayFlorida mergansers."In the past Florida electedto UF DegreesNine Service

take a split season for water- Academies

hunters may look forward dons for hunting migratory fowl sportsmen hunting an in .order opportunity to offer to area students are candidates Senator Spessard Holland has l'n$' Directory

to Thanksgiving turkeyfor birds has closed the: season for hunt on Thanksgiving and still for degrees at the Uni- announced that Florida boys GAINESVILLE I ess
lunch and wild duck for goose hunting In Florida and take advantage, of the latest versity of Florida's summer wishing to receive considerationfor
;inner on November 27. Georgia." Schulz said quarter graduation at 7 p.m. his nominations
possible hunting dates. The 1969! to the national -
The 1969-70 season for water- The dally bag limit on ducks, Aug. 30 'at Florida Field. service
academies HOMES
70 migratory bird framework must Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial MOBILE
iwl and snipe hunting will! other than mergansers is four Starke students receiving degrees !submit completed application Air l ,
longer whicheliminated
provided: a season Equipment
pen one-half hour before sun. and may not include mere than will be: Murray Dean Mc- forms to his office
the necessity for a no later Conditioning MUSTANG
Thanksgiving day. two wood ducks, one canvas- MBA from Air FJ
se on Garry an the College than September 2, 1969. The TraUor
Schulz said.
split season Santa
Heating By
According to Dr. back redhead and black Inc.
Richard or one In addition to the regular of Business Administration same deadline applies also to( Electric Mobile Homes,
General
:,hulz: Chairman.: Game and duck. The possession limit is and ; Curtis O. Sanders Jr., a receipt of completed address FORD
for
statewide duck
-,'.esh Water! Fish Commission! two days, bag but may not include coot there season will be an extended BA, College of Arts and ScIen- forms from all academy aspir- RUBS' Sheet,Metal Inc. Farm Tractdra It Implements Gainesville's Discount Mobil
tie season for ducks and coots more than: four wood season for hunting !scaup. The ces: Martha Panaway Smith, a ants who have applied to Sen. Gainesville-4520 N E. 18th Ter. USED EQUIPMENT Home Sales Lot.
will be a continuous season ducks two black ducks and special scaup season! will open BAE College of Education; Holland to date. All correspondence Tel. 376-8282 SALES PART SERVICE NEW MOON CAPELLA
nth 47 days of hunting. The one redhead! or canvasback. January 15 and continue through and Jeffrey Wayne Warren, a should be addressed to SUPPLIES BRONZEWOODLow
GARDEN
waterfowl season closes at sundown Dally bag for coots will be January 31 in certain delineated BSBA. College of Business Administration Holland at 421 Old Senate Office AUTO SALES Monthly Payment
:! on January 12. Tha sea- 10, with a total possession limitof scaup-only areas. Building, Washington, D. C.- Farts Inc. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-134
on for snipe hunting closes on 20. Dally bag for snipe is Two Keystone Heights students 20510. BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBILE Johnson & "','.;
inuary 15. eight with a possession of 16. The trumpeter swan is reported will receive degrees. This year Senator Holland MOTORCYCLES
"There: will be no open sean The limit on American, r for goose hunting this breasted and hooded mergansers threat of extinction, and an- ceive a PHD from the College nine alternates for ona vacancyat Selection of Used Can i FERTILIZERS, BMW
Tha U. S. Bureau of in the aggregata of these the of Fine AMAHA-
ar. Spoil other dwindling species Business Administration! and the U. S. Naval Academy, Taken On Cadillac Trade
sherles and Wildlife which species, Is five dally, and ten hard-hitting catcher seems to Thomas Ginoza Bird will re- Annapolis, Md. Additionally, he 2101 N.W. 13th Ph. 3785301CRANE W. Rent Fertilizer 'spreader, .e'ldt/Utffla '
ta the framework of reeula- in possession of which not be making something of a ceive a BA from the Collage of will nominate as many as ten 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-047
comeback. Arts and Farts Service
Sciences. young men from Florida to Sales -
Degrees are also going to compete for several vacanciesat MERCURY MATERNITY WEA'RFOR 615 W. University 378-2811
Jacquelin Arrowsmlth Melrose, the U. S. Merchant! Marino LINCOLN 1
YEAR END ,a BA, College of Arts and Academy, Kings Point, N. Y. Authorized Sale Service MOTITEnS-TO-BE I MUSICBALDWIN
Main Ph 372-4373 LINE OF -
Science; William! Samuel Daniel "An earlier deadline 2201 N. A FULL I
Is nfcss- '
EdS. College of Education; and sary this year," stated Senator Crane ImportsVolvo Lingerie Dresses SlacksTops
Edythe Peterson! Combs, a BSE Holland "becausa the Civil MO Triumph. Bermudas Battling Suits
College of Education.A Service screening examinationfor 606 E. University EXPECTANTLYYOURS PIANOS-& ORGANS
CLOSE OUTGAINESVILLE total of 1,429 students will Congressional applicants for Phone 372-4251_ CHOKE OF THI ARTISTS'
receive degrees when the summer service INC.
academy nominationshas
.,(JiPlKun M US ICoo.
quarter closes. The Aug. been moved forward to Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA ....
30 program will mark the first October 4, 1969. Because of this, 7M W. University Opp..S.F.J.C.
commencement under a new no extension of time for receiptof G'ville Shopping Ctr. 377-5353
University procedure awarding these applications can be Mechanical CONTRACTORK.
!IN degrees to graduates at Pie! end made." 4 wheel drive and car MOVERS
: of each quarter rather than Sale Parts Service ,
during an annual connvocatlon Clean Used Toyotas E. Hyde Ent. Inc.Thompson' Lone Distance MovingStorage
each June.Girl's VA BeneficiariesTo 1700 N. Main 376-12M .
Packing
)" RefrireraClon.
Get ID Cards Service Crating Shipping
Gym Suits Beauty Academy Realtor Air Conditioning! Free Estimate Call

Must Be PurchasedAt Identification cards are be. POWELL'S Repairs on White Appliance HILL'S
lag sent to beneficiaries of the{ Industrial Combustion Service
Bradford HighAll 'Veterans Administration's compensation Beauty AcademyLearn Boiler Room Sales ''*: Service Van Service, Inc.

and pension rolls In 3038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville
Bradford Middle School an effort to cut down on unidentified a Profession In Your Telephone 372-2162 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vlllo
and Bradford High School girls : mail and speed processing 'Spare Time. Full or Part Time 372-1271
taking physical education: dur- applications and re- 219 N.W. 10th 378-2766
MEN'S WEAR PAINT GLASSLIDDELL
I ing the 1969-70 term are re- lated InquIries.
R "" quired to purchase= a .sky blue The wallet sized oard includes ELECTRIC MOTORS STAG 'N DRAG PAINT&

permanent press gym suit.: the payees name, file
The New ( '' These suits may be purcased number, and payee number, ELECTRIC Griffin Salt GLASS CO.
v\ only from the BHS Physical according to M. T. Dixon, di- Co.Of
Motor Repair Arrow Shirt- Flonhelm Shoe Glass Mirrors Sliding Door -
Leader i \ -- Education Department from rector of the Florida Divisionof Inc. Formal Reat.LLadies Tub Enclosures Shower Door
In L/111 senior high phys. ed. Instruc- Veterans Affairs.Beneficiaries Gainesville RewindingNew I. Sportswear Furniture Tope Window :
I Repairing -
tors at the gym according to receiving these .
W.UN1VERSITY Awning
Used STORES-13
Small Mrs. Vicki McKinney. -" ID cards should keep them in epd 112 16th St. 172-SU1
safe place. UK N. W. 16th Ph. 372-4118 and GAINESVILLE MALL 116 N.W.
a
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..' .. ,, !:tw: a.x'q;""mx44 ;ryj F%) lI!} .
't'1i. .,. ... Q' :' .
:.:d "- <\ ""
Held Tetanus Danger ';'(<:' "*''J:\,: i; ::J;. :}r:(;,: r1tir) ; (; ] 'X '" ;.r. .f-\t; > :'::1f--t;:, <7j;;; ,Y' }f+,, :.it4: ,1t; 1x,.:)J'
..' :.tA, ,<. ': ,... ': ; ,.J:"..':''-';: '> i : .{ "ct. ,..,J> ,,/. 1] >, :{ :"" ':" ?".1; ;>?!<::r;>':"\ ;j ": 9{ ::!i.r.j1; ,,''Q' ..

For Joe SnappJoe Can Be Prevented .ji..... ', ,::<' f'J.\i.; ,, j R, :'; "f11\hl, ; ; :.t i ,. :<;; ;= rs.L., .: ; ,.= :'"< .',)3rldlL'J.x ":; J.i,<;; v
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Snapp 77 of Starke died : < : 1'lP .. ,:. iDttflA1; sW: .r/fA' rt .$,. ... 41/i1. 'W,1./;
of hypodermic needles *{;"'. t ; f .;'t. t<< ; : tl, tJ' ; vvv
in a Starke hospital Friday ."t'. ., .,.k ,\;. Ut'J. ,'1'/ CY.a.h.. vG'' f f. 0'&, ".. fPi'ir.-x<
can lead to your death, the DIvision "N ( ; if, ,,, 'F
'
morning Aug 29, following a < ".'' ;'i. t.xt' Ai s.. b N% t.i' i'w ; : : ,..,,%: (<.4
of Health, (successor to < ; .h i:<"=:. ,?;..<,.,..<" ,'>"; "- ,',... ." ., _."." >/.{/ ", x. >' [Io'x' .--'
short Illness. ,,,:r... {, .., : / ? :r.'V.ik.! :>;,': "';" '
,0' "
%
the State Board of Health, said v '< '. *. 'i : ,:.: ,
'>>$: f. .
., f.li-
.
Born In Winchester. Virginiaon this week. I.,
Wilson 'Sowder of the
Mr. Dr. T.
March 22. 1892 Snapp
was a retired farmer. Division of Health reported that I
thus far In 1969 there have ItVE1tOREZN BAPTIST '
PRESBYTERIAN
BAPTIST! CHURCH FIRST
CHRIST
CHURCH OF BETHEL
been eight cases with three '
CHURCH: LAWTEY.Sunday
Surviving is one sister: Mrs. deaths from tetanus-a dlseasa CONGREGATIONAL' HOLINESS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Sunday: Bible Study 10 *. m.: Sunday School. 10 a.m.; Morn. Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.
School 10 MbrntoftT
Mamie Racey of Millwood, Va., completely preventable by an CHURCH LATTER-DAY SAINTS .m. Wor nlng Worship and Comm mph lag Worship 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m.Youth *,
and one brother, Russell Snapp. Injection of tha, tetanus vaccine. Sunday School. 10 a.m.. 416 East Call St. Worship 11:13.: Sunday Service 11 a. m. EvenUX Worship. 7:30: p. m.; Prayer; Fellowship 6 p. m. Cboir,Prac- '
of Winchester Va. Worship Service. 11 a. m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30 Night service 8:30. Highway: vertices, 6:00.wctlnesday: Meeting 7:30: p. m.: Wednes tlce. Wednesday 8 p. m.
The Division of Health reported .
northwest of Rev.
125. Lawtey.
7 service T J. C. HcoteiK. pastor Rev, Robert D. Burch j
eight deaths In 19G8. and 14 In Evening Servloe. p.m. a.m. Sunday School, 10. Sacra R. L. Bennett pastor. Worship day--Rev.
Services were held In Hope Tuesday Night Cottage Prim meat 11:15.: ,p. i.'Minister Jack P. Ben.\
Cemetery Sunday. Sept I, with 1967.Dr. ROAD CHAPELSufixtay
MORGAN
'Sowder said that tetanus *Una. Monday Primary. 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH ..y
Rev. Leroy Olive officiating. Thursday Went. Prayer lelag tltr. NOR1'IISIDE BAPTIST" -9:45: a. m. Sunday .
may Infect any burn or wound Tuesday MIA. 7:30: pjn. Sunday School. a. m. Morning 100-A
Burial was In the church cemetery in church. 7:3 11:00 m. Morning Highway
: pjn. CHURCH School a.
.
that breaks the'cskln.. It Is frequently Wednesday Relief Society Worship 11 ". m. Fre-Ser-
under direction of DeWittC. pictured! ;Bp3 being con- Youth. Service.: 7147 Bte&t 7:30: p.m. vices (Booster Band Young Schedule of service: : Sunday Wonhlp. 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-

Jones Funeral Home of tracted by a t-,sty nail but the 7:30: p.m. Dean Hansen People and Prayer Service). 6} School 9:45: a. m. Moraine Worship. Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- jag Worship. 11. Training Wn-,

Starke. rust has nothing to do with It. Ivy Luke PastorSMYRNA Branch President p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m 10:45: a. m Training TJn- sb1p. ion. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. 8..
A bright and shiny piece of Midweek Service Wednesday ion., 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday-7:30: Prayer Ser Wednesday Prayer :Meeting, 8,

metal, a piece;of glass or any- BAPTIST MISSIONARY CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bower. D. D, 7:-!:15. Mid-Week Prayer'Service' vices. 1st and 3rd Wednesday p.m. Rev. Virgil Love".;
Wednesday 7:45: p. m._ night-1:00: p. m. Family night
thing that punctures the skin
W3 W. Pratt St. Sunday services BAPTIST MISSIONU. PMtor. pastor.
can carry the tetanus spores.: : Sunday School, 10 a. m s. 301 North, behind Tas- oJI
Tetanus Is usually carried In Preaching 11 M. m, Training tee Frees Drive In. Sunday

". the intestinal tract of warm Union, 5:43: p. ni. Evening Wor Ser-vice
blooded animals.: Once In the ;hip, 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer -

ground the virus' will live Indefinitely -Elder A. O. Flynn pastor Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. : .... :}
:, .. :
All soil is consideredby
-Leroy Olive
pastor; E. L. f .
the Division of Health as St. Marks Episcopal prims. .associate: pastor. : 1;;' .
contaminated, especially whera1' Sunday Services !t Going; away toSCHOOL ;

animals are kept or stabled.' 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAP1'I.ftHl2h"axW %
The spores! live far: such a longtime 10 a.m. Church! School
that areas around historical 11 a.m. Family Service 'Ncll1l\nJt ; ir r
Lawtey. Sunday School 10 am.. ,
forts that once :had cavalry Holy Eucharist! 1st and 3rd Mornlntf-Worship :
11:15. Sun-
may still have tetanus. spores Sundays: Morning Prayer 2nd day Night Service 6:30. "
HURRICANE In the soil. tad 4th Sundays. R. L. Bennett! paator.: Rev.I
Dr. Sowder noted that many 'nf
Floridians have not had tetanus At this lime of the year all over our nation boy $:

WARNINGRHCTKEFOWI.CB Immunizations nnd thus have MADISON STREET BAPTIST CHURCH; OF GOD
.
little regard for their, health. CHURCH 422 N St. Clalr St., Starke. : I and girls are leaving home to attend the school jf

( The immunization! Is good for OPPORTUNITIES FOR Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship '.
about 10 years Generally!! a SERVICE Services, 11 n. m. and 7:30: p. : of/ their choice Many 'for ,the first time' in their t:

Th. M.... for hu,. booster is given at the time of Sunday, Sept. 7 Sunday m Prayer Meeting;, Fjlday. 7:30: I
..ken.* Is .her. live*. will be from home and their home i%:
H.."" .! ..d a wound when I the body's ability School, 9:45: a.m., Morning Worship p. m.-Rev. Chester J, Shouppe": away ::
burden, trlntfttat ...... to fight may be low and the 11:00 a.m.. Youth Choir: pastor Zr.
.f ........ Hem .... : t church. should be :
:
number!! of entering the : : They encouraged to. immediately
spores
... can ........ kv calllnalaaa'l Practice 4:30: p.m., Youth Fellowship
Traa *'ir .om farMWftftlCANC .. body increases. However boosters Supper 5:45: p.m.. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH .
Till Imlvtfal, .CHICK........,.U in... should not be given more Training Union. 6:15: p.m., WMU (Highway 100 at Theressa) seek a church nearby where they may :
...'1.. .f your property frequently!! than once every 12 Even Sunday School-10 a. m.
7:15
Circle : p.m.
f.. .. .,. Prayer lord and have the 1
the
limbs shop
treat continue to worship companionship ;
weak. err> tartan and ........ months. Children who often go ing Worship. 7:30: p.m. Morning WOl'shlp.-ll a. m. I'
..... ... .. 1i
".u. far tha pra barefooted should have tetanus Monday -R. A. Meeting, 6:30: Training Ur.lon.-6:30: p. m.
tlan 99 un..n..rp of friends with similar outlooks,' on
Thar* ,It iia char.a "f-.o-tri: Immunizations kept up to date. Evening Wouhlp.-7:15: p. m
.....1... fut ,.... aonfllanca Tetanus is onlY one example p.m.Tuesday Mission Action Wednesday :Night- Prayer Services v ::
.. .
hi th. axparft 'life' and GodIN ;
"pp't w. carrycamalata of neglect, Dr. Sowder said Red Group. Bible Study Group, 7:30. -7:30: p. an. Rev. Merle 7y: Fii
...
I..u. measles polio German .
far your pr.tMI.n.PRIC measles Wednesday Prayer Meeting! Packham pastor.FIRST 4
dipthorla. whooping cough +
7:30: p.m., Church Choir Prac-
INSrtCTIONV and other common infectious tice, 8:30: p.m., Deacon's Meet- ASSEMBLY OF GOD i ,
RTIMATIS disease can be controlled by ing 8:30: p.m.Thursday OF STARKE t
Immunizations Church Visitation Welt Weldon St. and Raiford I t ti

SAPP'STREE 7:00: p.m. Denton Sumrall Road 0 C
Pastor. Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. > 111/

SURGEONS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00: :a. m. Morning Worship; :. ,"". ,p-:"
Phones: 37 .176' STARKE FIRST UNITED METHODIST $::00 p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00p. : :: L.-.- ,:::,:

372.9538 Sunday Brotherhood Maet- Church School. 9:45.: Holy m. Evangelistic Services. : ,.... i ..t.
Communion 11. MYF Wesleyan Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. MId. \.'
t
SnfETCAINfSVIllE Ing and 'Breakfast
2025 N W 6th at the
Sub-District Council Meeting Week Prayer, Mating. i::0 )
$ "' KCHIOA church, 7:30: a.m. Sunday ;
School. 9:45.: Morning Worship Lake City, 2:30.: MYF Snack Pastor: T. E. GlueyHEILBRONN :i* .r
Supper, 6 p.m. MYF Meetings, .
: 3. YOUR NEW COMMUNITY :
6:30.: Evening Worship, 8.
:
Monday Circle 2, 3:30.: :: BAPTIST
- CHURCH HIGHWAY 18 N. a
Methodist Men's Club Covered Sunday: School. 9:43: '&. mMorning I I IN
Dish Supper 7 p.m.
Rudd Gas Water Heaters TuesdayCIrcle 4, Circle 5, Worship 11, Training' .

10 a.m. Wesleyan Service Guild, Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service : IDs Church 'it Cod appointed, OQimy,in ihn world'for spreading, the knowledge ol Hn lava, fj "\ :
7:::10. .,t:d' 'eek Prayer 8erUc :7 :
heats water 3 times faster : rr for man and of Hit demand for man ntpand to that love bf tovma hit neighbor' Without,'
k 7:30.Wednesday WSCS District '7:30: A.:.} MM. grounding. ,' r the loci.|,fljl 4 Qod..no gatemmint' or .odity" 91 way. alj'lt'" will, longpn .J..; J ... I', ': ..
Rtv, L. Howe. PatorUKAHA.YI w
Workshop. 9 a.m. Prayer Meeting Tummy ::: .*.ri and the hrrdomi.hnh ..hold to dear will, "mt.,itobly' pemh Therefore. tven : .:: ::
tf Rivers Of Hot Water At and Bible Study 7:30.Thursday : :.:.: (from a telflih,. point, of view. one should lupport the (hutch l for 'the wke of fht welfare .'
Chancel Choir BAPTIST CHURCH ;;f of hirmelf, and hit" family, ley"nd 'that howe..r, every pawn should uphold' and par 1 y'sj
LOW LOW COST Rehearsal. 7:45.: Sunday School. 10 ,a.: m. Morn- : { tuipaie' ,m the Church become, if relit 'the truth' about man'1 M.. death and doitmy', the. r isy
:in Worship 11 m. and'7 : : Qi IN j :
p. l
-DeWitt T. Farabee pastor.. :: .a. : truth' whKh alone will, tit' him, (Inn,. "*. at a child, .1 l Cod :
., :
ni.- ReFred' Johns, putor C."ii m '(1 S

4 4 ;' Pay For It From Your at 11; sermon "Laborers To NEW RIVER BAPTIST ::1 :j jj <<

K, Utility SavingsPURCHASED gether with God" Training UnIon Sunday School, 10 .a. m. Morning #

6:15.: Evening Worship, Worship 11 a. m, Training j i
: FOR 7:30: ; sermon "Eve First Ladyof Vnicu.. 7 p. m. Evening Worship
the World." 8 p: ni. Wednesday night aer
Monday Trustees Meeting vice. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome MI
Per Monthon
$2.00 -L. L. Parker, pastor
5 p.m. Sunday School Preparation Jir

Economical Slade Gas Friday Week 7 p.m.Monday through FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH r I FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE "66"V;:|V

Sunday Service: Sunday
Tuesday Helen Masters
CALL NOW Ida Darby and Lorena Epperson School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Warship GULF SERVICEAND SERVICECarl SERVICE jj|

meet at 10:30: at the 10:45: a. m. Evening Service
332 W. MADISON Groups r 1
BLADE GAS Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. 6:3D: ) p. m. Midweek Ser Hunt Phone 964-ftlll Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 |$
PHONE 964-7701 vice, Wednesday 7:15: p. m.
Leila Munday for WMS monthly Tire Truing #j;!:
Charles Reeae. minister
meeting and covered dish
luncheon. U-HAUL RENTALS'Truck Headlight Adjusting :|j

-W. A. Hogan. pastor. BAYUESSmOHWATBAPTIST CrfURCHSvndar Trailer Brake Service ;$>:

i _- S School 40 mJn. P..... Complete' Lubrication Wheel Balance and ;|

Going Services- at 11. TrainlocX + Minor Tune-Ups Alignment |

; 6 pjn. :Bveato Service .
1 N ROAD SERVICE |
t-f Midweek Prayer MeettaVedneadar. *. 1011 N. Temple Avenue ---oo-,. PROMPT +
t \ 7:30.: Everyone :ireVjotne. ,
|
All Minor Repair
,_ Y i t Her. George B. CTo- PHONE 964-5899 ;:

'web., PMtor.HA.MPTON. 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke ;f j

\4 STARKE BUILDERS ::I)

t t CHURCH CHRISTIAN ':.. SUPPLIES, Inc. Hiway 301 and 100 LAWSON i'}

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Starke
UO S. Temple -
Worship at 11: Evening t S Featuring Ace Hardware MEAT MARKET j

Worship, 7:30.: -- Rev. Carl Complete Paint Supplies ,
Clarke pastor ; and Sporting Gooda AND COLD STOMGRWe |

t t I t tt' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES Specialize In Custom. 81ufht 3ing
:
<" HAMPIUN I Cutting and Wrapping g

Sunday School 10 a, m. Morning 219 Washington St. 964.5270IJLORIDA MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep FreeM g
:::
Worship at 11. Training *>
/ ; Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night WHOLESALEPnone i

t Prayer Meeting 7:30: followed :: 24Ft. Wide 964-7059' i
by choir practice. SUrke Nur ::::
lug Home service 2:45: p. m. Also 12-Ft. Wide PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD :.
-Rev. Melvin Hamel pMtor. = EST '.

:1 MOBILE HOMES

t CALVARY BAPTIST ONTROLi
t i
COUNTY
,-", Sunday School 10.. m. Mora- .: Campers and TraTeltralkn
lag Woi" hlp, 11 a, m. Trta4ng: TELEGRAPHOFFICE
The woman who pays Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service CUICAL CD. Keystone Heights

7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday
i bills by mail should 7:30: p, m.-Rev. R. H. :. 539! .'E. Call St. Starke, Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 SUPPLIES

Butler, pa..llll'. TYPEWRITERS I
BANK BY MAIL .: Phone 964-5745 for FREE
ADDING MACHINES
DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Inspections. : and Estimates
It's another way of getting even more out BROOKER: BRADFORDABSTRACT

of modern checking at our "Full Service Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn- ..
Bank"! mail time t lag Worship 11 a. m. Training CO. EDWARDS
Banking by saves you .
Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser WILLIAMSJEWELRY :
travel. enable's'you to bank here at any vice 7:30.: -Rev. Lacy" Con ay.r Grocery. and Market

'included' ,>.,3tor./ Better Service For Yoar
Groceries Meats Feed

t Airpark Baptist! Ckarek Title Problems
F LtaaVFiS Sunday School 9:45: ajn.ton: Official Claaa Rings GAS AND OIL
DA
fag Wonblp. 11:00: a.m.: Evening Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts Jack and Gladys EdwardsU.
Wonnlo. 7:00: pjn.: Wed BULOVA WATCHES
t Prayer' Meeting and BIble Study. Title Insurance S. 301 South Starke..
BANK AT STARKEMember t 7:00: p.m. study on Book of 142 W. Call St. Starke

Psalms. Nathaa I.. 11'11.... Phone 964.7064 158 W. Call Ph. 9044U1 PHONE ,"-ISII
*
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. CLAY ELECTRIC C OPERATIVE, Inc. .

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group I Think About It Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida O at.es -Hepfc.. Our Hearten LJv BetterEleetrkaHy I
"M n show t ficlr character lit
noth'n' / more clearly than by **-K ysto.e Height. *-Pfcoa* 4'71111Services '

what they think laughable.-

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H SCHOOL NEWS

H School bells rang: Tuesday for
W Bradford County schools eager
H faces gathered at the varloin WHY NOT
HD schools with much enthusiasm
|H to begin work for this term. SAVf qT

H Parents and guardians are ask--

ed to please cooperata with[ administrators -
H and teachers for SAVE
the best Interest of the children. qT1I

Teachers will be willing to hold 1I
H conferences: with parents when
j needed.

H Ebenezer Baptist Church,Rev.
j Leroy Davla. Pastor service
H schedule as follows: Sunday THEWIINDIXIE
HJ School at 9:45: morning( servics
at 10:43: a.m. Evening service
at 6:00: p.m. The junior church ,
H will be in charge of services.! I ,

Bible study each Tuesday night. WAY?
H Prayer Meeting each Thursday
night. Senior! Choir( rehearsal

Friday night Sept. 5, at 7 p.m.
All choir members are asked S O S
to please be present and on oOD[ STDa STC)
H Quantity Rights Reserved--..Prices Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday, Sept, 4 10
lime.
WINN.DI.'O' : eroeqae.' / Corrala"v, Flu
Greater Bethlehem Free Will
H Baptist Church. Rev. Jasper

H Williams Pastor, service schedule W-D BRAND USDA "CHOICE"w W-D BRAND YOUNG W-D BRAND USDA "CHOICE"RoiST
as follows: Monday night, "" .
Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Tuesday ; ? BROADBREASTEDTURKEYS
,night Choir No. 3 and Ushers rJ N.Y. STRIPSTEAK

:.Board No. 2 will meet. Wednesday G R A OE
: night Prayer Meeting! r _
r
..,.-
:;Thursday night Story Hour at j,
the church. Friday! night Ladles ,
: Circle. Saturday\ night F <

'dinners will be sold from the w ',
kitchen Sunday School at 9:3/: /).
I Morning service at 11:00: a.m.
Evening service at 6:00: p.m. 1 M1

-Visitors.' are always welcome. UJVD \ .
Mt. Pisgah AME Church Rev. -
:;George Young Pastor. Sunday j'' 09 F t v J "' 39
r 1Ni, '++ u+ UUVDm
I School at 10:00: a.m. Morning r r wwwwew/Nwj"
I ;>:Service at 11:00: a.m. Evening S. 10 IBS.
Iservice;/:: at 6:30: p.m. All mem
I .'bers and friends are invited to AND UP '
I "'attend all services. E-Z CARVE
.'.
I Greater Allen Chapel AME
I 'Church: Rev. A. R. Richardson, OVEN-READY GRADE "A"

I :Pastor, in charge. Sunday
I :::School at 10:00: a.m. Morning IB. IB.7lbt. .
I :'r'service at 11:00: am. Lovef ast.'Holy QUICK FROZEN Lb.

I { Communion in the 600:
I .:-p.m. services. All members and
I -friends are invited to attend.
:: All adults interested in self W-D BRAND QUICK FROZEN CUBED BEEFS USDA CHOICE FED SUPIRBRAND COTTAGE 2-1'4 tbs. W-D BRAND GROUND


;;:<;:::'ter'the improvement job Adult are classes asked or getting at to the enroll a Voch-bet in tea ke ties $1.89 s-t'ON:::: : :.:i.79< Cheese 2 69* Chuck ::N$2:: : : .


:"Tech; Center in the night class- THIN USDA CHOICE FED CALIF. FRESH W-D BRAND GROUND


'.;-{'::.:N. For information call 964:8150. SIiN"i: . .69* st'NON:: :: : 89* l P'SD:1B.: :: ::: 79* Beef..3$1.79:


., Nell. ** Of Application For Tux 17-o s. KRAF T'S INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED AMERICANCheese USDA CHOICE 1-Lb. PLUMROSE CANNED W-D BRAND LEAN GROUND Plu<10O Slompt w coupon

.' "j See."1IM.1U Urvd F. H. ksDD.o99: :: :: :: <

::., Notice, T. J.Is Alderman Hereby <3l the>' n.holder thatMr. has Food 73 Ham . $1.39 Beef..5 "*, $2.89GIANT
:::-ol the following certificate
;.' filed said certUlcaten for a tax
:, deed. to be Issued thereo-n. The '"
.,* certificate number and, years of v> SOUTHERN BISCUIT "' THRIFTY MAID OR'LaiR
;'?; Issuance, the description of the -- ARROWDETERGENT
:;property: and the namci in\
/';' which It was aanessw. are as + "' DIXIE CRYSTAL ,
follows:
.''. Certificate So. 55. Year of Itsauance II
.
:' 1967.
..' Description of Property 3 loO'
"'. Of U 820' of W 440', ofE'L: of ]
::. 8\\}% SEC SA-T-A-S. R.-77-E.
: Name In which assessed Jack
:. Cummlngft.
..' being In t
All of said property "r''-
.the County of Bradford. Slate limit I w/SS.ar more purchat.end.cigarette

of Florida. .. \} BLUE
.
Unless such certificate or cer- I -rnrift a;
tlflcates shall be redeemed according I WHITE
to law tile property Ue-or sn ;:,.; I
such certUlclate
scribed In
PLAIN OR
er iflcates will be old to the : COLD WATER
..:. .highest bidder at the court SELF-RISING
..;"house door on the first :Monday
'. in month of October 1969. which -'Pl1'GKit:
..' Is the fJtll day of October U69. ,
:.. Dated 19th: clay August.. 1

'.. 1969(SEAL les.A.) Darby !i\:\ I EtNULA1EDGRA :

Clerk of Clrcu Court of Bradf LB

:.,:'' ord County -Florida:a4 <{ 9.23 5 BAG LB. \ q xttwrsr=-'- BAG GIANT


:: For Tax
. Nolle Of Application BOX
Deed '
.f II..... 104.111, F. *. that "LIMIT 1 OF YOUR CHOICE WITH 5.00 OR MORE PURCHASE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
Notice Is Hereby Glues
.' the holder
.. otrtha following certificates certificates for a has tax 10-ox.Nescafe Limit 1 w/$3.or more purchase sd.cipt. Half Gal.Bleach Limit 2 w/SS.or more pur..xcl.cigt. LAND O1 SUNSHINE King Sits LEMON FRESH FAA
said
filed

"..:;;: deed certificate to,be number Issued ilescrlptlon thereon.and years of The the of Coffee. $1.19 Clorox. 29* Butter. LB. 69* Detergent..99No. *

;.: Issuance property the and the names in . . . .
..... as
.:: which/ It was .e..ed are Jumbo KLEENEX BOUTIQUE 70 DIXIE DARIINO PRESTIGE
303 Can LIBBY CS OR WK GOLU 78-ot. CHEK No H.rorn BottUt' ALL FLAVORS SOFT -oa.
J;:: follows'Cerfl : cato No. 12. Year of Is- *
auanca 1987.Deacrlption' :X Corn 5/$1. Drinks..5/l. 4/I. Bread 29
. .88.46 Ft. of, DLK of lIn Property Unwtey . . . . .

W sOafnrYin Cllf- 4-1 '7ot.1EECHNUTSTRAINEDaAAY 12-ot. THRIFTY MAID 46-oaTHRIITIMAIOirui/PunchorAllF/avorairuil' FAMILY SIZE ULTRABRITEToothpaste.
assessed
which

ton All f"-al Prev.tt.|aad{ Drnperty be.n, .State!, In Food 9* Catsup. 6/$1. Drink 4/l. 69*

the County of Bradford . . . . . .
' ofl r: such certificate or. CH-
tlfloatc-s shall be re'leeme.l ac-
cording to law the property Ue-
.' acrl"ed In rush < .r the nrcertltlcates SUPERBRAND r U.S. No.
will, he xold\ 1 REGULARPOTATOES
fonlxY
houxesdnnrho n the firm )
.
1999 '
In month nf October ,A
wlllell I. tile 6th day of October. SHERBET or

.' 1969 Dated, this 21 day o-f August,
CHECK
THESE TERRIFIC
1989. F
-.: SEAL) Charles A. Darby FROZEN FOOD AND '
of Bradford ; ,y,
; Clerk -of Circuit Court ICE CREAM
County. Florida
0.4 H 0.25 PRODUCE SPECIALSRegular


,:. ... For TasDrrd
.Notice!'. Ot AppllMI"ce"
!II..... 11"101'1. F. !II. Site MORTON OR OCOMA WESTERN VINE' RIPE JUMBO E EJE
. NoUc III fI..rehy' Ol\'en. that 20 LBS.
,
Yr T J. Alderman, tile holder Dinners 39*
'" 69'
Kist tiled fnllowlng.ald trr tlcateef hurt a! . Honeydews 99
tax deed tn he .ieaued thereon andIloo '
Tile certificate numbrn t' I Quart DIXIE I WHIP DESSERT Hall Gal. SUNNY DELIGHT .

of. of t."eIPCrlloPI I..uanc". r was the asxexeed nd. tlArnamrr *
Topping..39 Citrus Punch59
follnwr 1 HALF
of is-
No. 51) Year

ryal'Dewrlpflan::ce 1903. nf FMDertY E'iof GAL 8-01. MORTON OR OCOMA MEAT VINE RIPE MOUNTAIN GROWN 1 0 LB.
4 Lnot IT In Woodlawn !sECs: 32. BAG
Tn.UE: 5 Acres. *
Name In which assessed Don Pies 5/l. Tomatoes -29
Bush Crawford. belnR In . .
All of sold property Stateof A
the County of Dradtord
Florida.' rertlflcate! 01'
such '
Unless
urtiflrateN.llnlf to .law shall the ha radremedadenr Properly 20 INCHHOME ........ .................. .. .................. .. ...........,...... .. f._... .. .. ........ .. .. .. ,
or
d..rlbed In such cerUflrate to tile EXTRA ; EXTRA ii EXTRA iii EXTRAEXTRA
will ba sold
cltrtlflc"tell hlahe..t bidder at taa)court tnnday house In FANS I 471-GREEN STAMPS I dx GREEN STAMPS I I dx GREEN, STAMPS. ';i I in I d7t GREEN STAMPS jiv* GREEN, STAMPS... .,.
door on the fleet i969 whichIx Mi.CH.l4 0* l i|| ***? OuO VbttMBtl M.r?t%? .M MM N .N.N NM +,4
month of Ocleber October. ', 1988'Mted While They Last i I a OS ASTOK 9 PK .KA w a.N I TWO PMO4 TA+TI O eta 9 u pita.W to L.. PKO
the Stll day { O BHANO LCAM W O SffANO LCAMI ,
ZoOlf August ,dh
th/s/ day of Coffee Creamer { Beef Steakeftes ; Perch Fillet Ground Beef Ground Beef '
t9AA. ;tr o00o TH- "" I0AH rs.; aooo THOU sore. 10 oooo TMKJ .a.r. tott '
; Pa .000 THRU eotr. tO aooo rasa scrr. 10JTH.
/I
)
(BRAE Df'IputY'n..ulall $12.99lw r I
)[. Moody. Bra4-
Court of
Clerk of Circuit
*"">rll>'* '
ford County.
9.4 u 9-25 EXTRA EXTR # EXTRA i EXTRAS ; E ,
;i XTREXTRA ,
( GREEN. STAMPS. I GREEN STAMPS I d7l GREEN STAMPS I d7t GREEN STAMPS I I GREEN STAMPS I I d'x GREEN STAMPS '
.., ., .. ., .., ,., .
1
1 m f /| Obwi .4 M I.! IM-M..I.(0.M M M.c .tl IH
ADDING MACIHNES: lfa-! :! 3* OX .T1'_. 11 OX CAN M"'AL KILL PUKCMASC *l.00 'r CJXI SIWCAOV a Le. ':..Ua''ON /1 TWO i...n. or a 1;
aAl or rleelrle. Fnr cafe a j( Worth of Candy ', d Horn TO CAT d Meat music Dinners* : Fqqo Waffles ;

Add subtract, credit baJ.a.e. aooo TMHU ffr. to t11G' aOOO THHU etrr.I 13 aooo txu save, to l"t 1 to j Ott: 000'7 THHU Tr>T. IO i iIs
/3 /g /4 OOD THKU SIVY IO aooo THftu mirr I //o/

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IT IT
AUGUST 13. 108 Mrs. Ed PrevnttMrs.
I Carl Uucst, mayor of the Ethel:: llaymond (Alternate filed sal Id oertlfli-ntes for a taxdeed ,..; 1969. County Judge In and for Bradford hereby .
City of Sturke, Florida. by vir ) to be Issued thereon. Thecertificate of (SEAL) CountFI".lda./ ., for an order You and each of.you are tOo Vavne, Haertle, deceased.
tu*. of the authority vested In Mr.. R. O. Dannby numbers and years Charles A. Darby of distribution and for final notified and required demands present Myron: C. Pr"vatt
.. ""lUance. the description of theproperty Beulah M.:<< Moody D. C. any claims and
m by law do hereby call a 111. Ella Mae Chasteen discharge as administrator c t of Attorney at IjiwKevstone
First Primary Election to beheld Mrs. L. N. Pickering and the names In Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford a. of the will of Elva M. Scott, which you. or either estate you.of Heights. Florid
Ry Dorothy MUliPfcoo at the Fire station in the Mrs. Ed TenlyIn which It was assessed are aetollotvs County, Florida deceased.SWIIIMam, may/ have against HAERTL.E.the deceased Attorney for the Estate
aforesaid City by 'lua| :Ifled voters Testimony Whereof, I, hereunto : of Issuance 8-14 4t 0-. John Crlllv pEARL, PAYNK of .aid couhtv. to 8-21 4t 9.1NOTICE
474513 Certificate No. 41. Year late
Oth Wllllnm John
on Tuesday September subscribe my nume and Crllly
1969 A. !>., tor'ih purpose ut cause the Seal of said town to bo 1987.Inscription. SB1' Is The County Jiulae': Court In Myron C. Prevatt the Countv, Judge nt his of BradfordCounty office In ..nTI1"
of Property : Florida NOTICFSThere
"P electing the following oCluerg.City hereunto affixed this the Oth Myron C. PrevattP.
And For Bradford County P1.r.Ida. atStarke.
said county
Of NEST, SEC: 2-6S-22E. the courthouse of will be a PI'BlITKAftTVO
C'e.k-Io'or< Two Years.Chief day of September A. D., 1969. O. Box 666 six calendar -
Of Police for Two (SEAL) Name In which a*"e sail Pearl Keystone Height, Florida. 33853. Florida within of on.. PPTITTONPR'STORK T(
In Probate
'
time '
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Year Carl Hurst Robinson. Attorney for Administrator." mon'h"'rnm the :' : 7IONTVO: TO 1 IT!!
1I1a'orFor Two Year. CARL, lItIUT.IAYOR AJI of Bald property! being/ In File No. ISIS 8-21 4t 9-11 the first publication of this no- ORIOTVAT. !'I.t"T.. SO
Sunday School a.m.; Morning Councilman: ATTK8T; : Merrill Edwards the County of Bradford State of Tn Re: Estate. of Elva M. tice. Two conies of each claimor HTrtHWAV 1"ft FROM: PKWI'JONPS '
Worship. 11 a.m.; Training Group 2-ono Councilman. For MKRIULL. EDWAUUS: CITY Florida.OnleiM. Scott dereneed.Notice demand shall bo In wrltlna.and !' rvxvn. HOME 'TO
Of Filing Petit/on/ For Court Tn of
nurh certificate or certificates : In The Coiintr JmlfreVi shall state the place> residence !'
:
Two Years.Group CITY MVIT1.
Union, 6:30: Evening CLEKK. Final DIscharKe Of Administrator And For Bradford Flor addressof EAST
p.m.; 4One shall be redeemed ac- County and po toffl-e HERINO: will
CouncilmanFor 8-14 4t 0. TnU PVBMC
Worship 7:15; Wednesday evening Two Year. cording! to law the property de C. T. A. ida.. the claimant.. and shall be fc.. held at the Regular Council
that I
Notice In hereby given In ProbateFile his
serlb.d in such\ certificate or to by the claimant .
Service 7:30, with Inspector* For Said Election: Tas have filed mv/ petition fvr distribution I-IOSI worn Meeting: on September 9 IP89.
Prayer Mr.. Ernestine JjenmarkMrs. Notice Of Application For certificates will be sold to 'hehlln..a No. agent or attorney and accompanied the !ttnnlein5lRatletnr. .
and for final discharge: In Re Kfttate of PEARL of one at 7in" P :M. In
court : fee
the
choir practice afterward.Air Mytrlce Dennis Deed bidder at bv a filing( < th. rtTV OF"" KEY-
administrator, c. t. a. of the.Estate Deceased. demandnot n
i 101.10. P. S. house door om the first MondayIn a. PAYNE: HAERTLR dollar and such claim or
conditioning and central Albert. FosterMrs. otlcef Hereby Given, that month ,of October. 1869 which of ELVA M.: SCOTT, deceased NOTICR: TO CREDITOP.9: filed shall be void. STOVE lTF.I<1ttT't.!' FT.ORIDA.
J. so
E. HardyMm. holder of 1909. and that on 23r(1 of September. To All Creditors And Person. City Clerk Virile Homer.
heating work on the SundaeSchool : Margaret B Williams Mrs. June QoldtnK the Is the 6th day of October Peiriv' Ellen Payne I..
I will to the 8-21 3t
apply
1969. Demand
Mrs. shaller the following 'erUflcati'S has Dated thla 30th day of July. Having Claims Or Peggy' Ellen Payne
rooms at Hope Church Peggy Honorable Theron A, Yawn, Against Said Estate- of .the Estate of pearl -J-
._ Executrix
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1 is. now completed. --- -----------------------

WEDDING I CHOICE r.rrwrrlrrrrrrrrr LAMB rrrr T1 rrrra.rrr.raararr,

.
the wedding rehearsal I
Following FROM NEW ZEALANDLoin .
on Friday evening, I
members of the Cathy White. .
head-Steven Beckett wedding 1 1 LambCHOPS I
party gathered at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard White- i I I FOOD I
head on Crystal Lake for a rehearsal -
supper. The wedding II
1 i
was solemnized Saturday' evenIng !
August 30, at Hcpe Baptist I
Church, with Rev. Merle
Packham pastor and Rev. Wal I 1 1 FLASH 1
ter Grady pastor of the I I
groom's church, Presbyterian I FROZEN 1I

Church of Fernandina, performing I

the WISHESTo ceremony.GOOD I I I LBCENTER I 1I I

Billy Breeden who entered 1 Irrrt.rrr..r..rr99CSUPERMARKETS
------- I

in Alachua Gainesville General Tuesday Hospital for I LEAN I I I Open All Day I

surgery on Wednesday and to SMOKED CUT RIB
:Miss Angela Payne who returned II I
to her home last week I I

following surgery at Bradford 1 I I OR Wednesday, I
SAVE
County Hospital In Starke. 1

PERSONALS Matthew Packham and David 1 -_ COUNTRY STYLE I I 1
I I Merchants I .
C. [
Grlffls will leave September I 1 FREE .. !
STEAKS TOOl..
IS for six months National 1 CRRN STAMPS

Guard son S. training C. at Ft. Jack. I I I 1 ____.__ 1

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Peoplesof I I. FOOD FAIR I

South Miami visited his 1-3 LBS I 1 Aso"".' Of ."'ocu'.n C I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU I
sister and brother-in-law Mr. L B 1
98 WEDNESDAY SEPT. 10th.
and 'Mrs. Marion Sullivan, Sun. 1 I
day and Monday leaving Tues- I I I U.S. CHOICE I LB I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. 1

day morning on a trip to Wea- I 1I
vervllle. N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips

and Billy, of Middleburg, were Azaloa pur* b f CHUCK RP'di ASSORTEDCUTS
Sunday dinner guests of his CHUCK SLICED 1/4

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Phillips. Also visiting the Phil- Franks or PORK LOINCHOPS
lips' on Sunday:! afternoon( were ROAST STEAK
her uncle and aunt Mr. and Knockwurst12oz

Mrs. Harry Jeter of Haw- FOOD FAIq
eDOO a
thorne.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivanof
Palatka visited his parents PKG U.S.CHOICE LL f fl
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sulli
van Sunday afternoon.Mr. r
and Mrs. Harry Nadeau
arrived Saturday for a visit
with her sister and brother-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley

leaving Monday for their homein Pantry Pride FRIPARID FOODS BY MILD DAISY

Sibleys North Saturday Miami. evening Visiting wets the SOLID GBIIND1U.STEW. BREADED

their daughter son-in-law and CHEESEWEDGES
'
granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. FISH .
"
Charles Johns( and Chris: and OLEO !
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lee; and -4r PORTIONS
on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Willie :
Hersey and Mrs. Sibley's cousins :
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos .
Youngblood of) WillUton. 1.29
At Macclenny Thursday fer a
'birthday:! picnic honoring Mrs.
Marian' Onann were her daughter -

and granddaughter Mrs.
James Davis and Clr.dy: and r-------- ,
nelces and nephews Miss Nor- .
OIJ.'07 1i
ma Sweeney Mrs. T., H. Hart. PANTRY PRIDECHIPS I I II
Icy David. Tom, and Joseph COCACOLAOR CARNATION :
I io< off
Hartley of Gainesville; and KRAFT APPLE i I II
Mrs. Robert Cox of Orange COFFEE I
Park. THOUSAND ISLANDDRESSING 8ox or 12ox box of '
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips FRESCA28oz.NO JELLY I I
and Billy, of Mlddieburg, and MATE : II
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packham RETURN BUS. IUI FIAT* OH SUNAIR PURI I II I

Jr. of Salt Springs spent the RESEAL TWIN I II I II
and .WHEATIES
weekend with Mrs. Phillips TOPS
Mr. Packham's parents. Rev. PAK I I
and Mrs. Merle Packham. Concerning '
: the Labor( Day wea- J'i
ther. Rev. Packham says that 1 I .. 1 - ij
>
he. Bill and:! Merle Jr. enjoyed I '. ,
golfing at the Starke Country '1-cl! 1
Club Monday but decided it 1 VaLF It- 8akuu.J... i? 1I
was time to come homewhen( t" ; 'II
the golf balls started to float. I '
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan BANANASI CJ .
SAVE 14 uncle
Jr. and Rusty visited her

B. A. Harrington, at Melrose U.S. NO. 1 WHITE
I I
on Thursday. I I
Mr. and Mrs. Doley Hersey I I ROLLS.2/29< i
visited Mr. and Mrs. Eddie I 1
(Douglas at Lake Butler this 1 I POTATOES I

weekend I SAVE 4.. PKG OF 12. PLAIN OR POWDERED SUGAR
Harold Mills. Miss Dorothy I

Mills ivan ,Jr.Mr.and and Rusty Mrs.enjoyed Percy Sul-din- I C ; CAKE DONUTS . . Z9 I Ii .

ner last Tuesday evening with t SAVE 4<. PKG OF 12. LITTLE DEBBIE I I
their cousins. Rev. and Mrs. I LB
I 110
Ovid Lewis who were spending LB LUNCH CAKES . . 45 BAG 59 ,I
a few days vacation( at Lake
I SAVE 10.8 INCH. FRESH BAKED .
Geneva I

Notice Fictitious Of Tntentlnn Name To Register I'II I CHERRY PIES . . .49SMSJCSBVS < I I I

Xotlce, Is hereliv given that the >SJS BB i BBBBBBBBBBBBBBSK.
undersigned under the provisions
nf Chapter 20.953 1.uwa of. _
Florida. Acts of 1941. will regls.ter
with the .Clerk of th. Circuit ALL FLAVORSJELLO
Court, In and for Bradford WHITE NOT 1MGI NOT GIANT UI LARGE JUICY FRESH
LIBBY'SCUT FANCY LONG
County, Florida upon receipt of
proof of publication of thin no-
tiff the fictitious name nf Oscar KINGSIZEFAB CALIFORNIALEMONS
Dell Cleaners, under which I am POTATOES OR DICED GREENCUCUMBERS
engaged In business, at ill Crosby -
Street !Starke.' Florida. IN*COM SSANK or CHEER
Jnhnle nhe.nt. Itt 2. Hox HOB, GELATIN DESSERTS
Stsrke. Florida ante own.r.Dated LAUNDRY DETERGENT
this 2nd dav of Septem
ber. A. P. 1961 Ht Htarke. Bradford 3ozPKG
County Florida. 17ox
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HEIGHTS MELROSE ] Tentative Date Set For Meeting



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.. With IIP Board Trustees Sept. 16
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Keystone Hilites j''Y'! ;" ""-'If :! ."' ; !I ji l'k 't', ,i I j ; J i'l't r' ;' i ,


By JIM FOX e i t. 'I l .

Please Phone in Your Items 473.414& *"::I t 1i i ; I' NeededIn

'',. \\ t'i. !' I !i J Changes zi

t .
WOMAN'S CLUB t. -
JUNIOR .. Bulkhead
Mr. and Mrs. J "
Robert Morgan :
The Junior Woman's Club of 1' I { PM
'J"
were weekend guests of his ( .
Heights is having
Keystone ( a i :
membership party tonight mmH'? Mr. and Mrs H- L., r M ''tf
( ) Morgan last A (1G I' Law StoneA
(Thursday) at 8 p.m., at the weekend.Mr. 1 : 1\\ :
"
home of Mrs. R. L. Stanley on :' '1 1 .
Crystal Lake. and Mrs. Stan LaCosta n4 !:' ( 1rs I rn

Anyone Interested In Joiningthe returned home last week aftera 'I .. : meeting with Trustees of

Club Is asked to contact ten day visit with family and ,.<' the Internal Improvement Fund
Clyde Ashton at 473-4103. friends in Hudson Ohio. i ,::2.
tenta-
Mrs. (State Cabinet) has bean
or) Mrs. Paschall Carr, 473-4053. Mr. and Mrs Frank Ottingerand s'k+ ;1' d dt tively set for September 16, it f ql.! -
The first regular monthly Mr. and Mrs Ed Dwyer rs following -
was :announcd Wednesday
meeting of the new year will were in Sarasota vacationingover t organization meetIng -
the Labor weekend. ji jit an Due to size of the crowd meeting was held out
be held September 11, at 8 p.m. Day t i r J" Tuesday night of the new :
In the club house. Prospectlva Miss Carol Stephenson of : 1 1 ..j jj Lake Region Citizens Commit doors in Keystone City Park instead of municipal

members are Invited to attend Tampa was home for a visit j 4 building.was .
either of the meetings. with her mother, Mrs. Les Stephenson : t tee.At

:PTA MEETINGSThe last weekend Ii' Tuesday night's meetingW. praised at the August 27 tion should be used when don't: want to npalogze: !

annual "backtoschool"PTA Mr. and Mrs Fred Ellis, of E. (cB1ll1 i Baker was elected meeting as the best way to approach tending work to any what's In the! bill but for
meeting will be held at the Lake Geneva were In Boca Ra } permanent chairman of the: the problem by J. W. out Into the! lake not In the bill: S.:>n.

Keystone High School Gymnasium ton over the weekend attendIng jLii. 'J group; Mrs. Melba Ilgen treasurer Apthorp executive director of The Internal said He explained: tint
i on Thursday evening, Sept. the wedding of Dan Kirk ; and Mrs. Winifred Crawford the Internal ImprovementBoard Board: lj composed of the had baser! his bill: on his

18. 7:30: p.m. Prior to the meeting of Jacksonville and Keystone treasurer.The State Senator Richard ernor and the Cabinet and with tidal: 1 probity:

members of the faculty Heights, to Miss Donna Llndenberger :tL '_" ".,,,,. formation of the Lake Stone of Miami, and Rap Gene this body that hold: the! that now h
will be in their individual of Delray Beach. The r. Region Citizens Committee and Shaw of Stark erty owned by the state difference between tidal!
rooms to meet with parentsand wedding was held Saturday the proposed meeting with the "I think the! committee as fresh water lakes. : and meandered lake

friends. evening in the CongregationalChurch IIP Board resulted from a mass system you adopted tonight: Is .
The entire PTA program has of the Palms Delray L meeting held Wednesday night, an excellent one," Apthorp: told Although the state !.m did not suffer from lick of

been revamped this year. Only Beach. Aug. 27, at Keystone: Heights, the group. In the meantime, he the bottom:> of the fresh :='"ton: ." he common-
five meetings will be held during Mr. and Mrs Robert Hayes rhatd attended by some 450 ownersof said, in answer to a question, lakes for ye.irs.: It is a "I was warned that thi:>

the year and the teachers and'children, Dana and Bobby, lake front property county lake front property owners! may sponsored: by Sen. Stone, \ would load ta a lot of trou

will be present at each meet- and Jeff Batts spent the holiday Miss Julie Walker Weds Mr. Crabtree and state officials and legisla clear and maintain their beaches Is causing confusion: Gov. Charley: John!
to meet with parents. It is weekend at the Hayes' without state interference.He where state ownership! me. it\bout even read-:

naturally Ing hoped that parents camp in the Ocala National In Community Church, Keystone HeightsMiss tors.Formation of the! committee. warned !however, that cau- and private ownership: : It. that it wn goal; to

will use this opportunity to acquaint Forest. '!! a lot of trouble.;:
themselves with their Mr. and Mrs Houston Drls- a consei'v.UionUl!: I ,, stone:
children's teachers and with coil report having a wonderful Julie Elizabeth Walker, Bridal attendants were Miss he \\'a' concerned al-out(

other members of the faculty time following their extended daughter of Mrs. R. Lindsay Debbie Getz. Mss! Marian Beas- First Baptist t : (' ? fl'esh'all'l' liko

and administration.As cruise to England, where! they Walker and the late Mr. Walker ley, Mrs. Donald Bailey and however! several items

the meetings are now visited with family and friends. of Keystone Heights and Mrs. John: Ruth 'en. and Junior Church Bonds ball: need to bo clarified

scheduled, they will be held on They returned home last week. Raymond Oscar Crabtrae Jr., bridesmaids were Miss Kathy Ck; N+ is needed iiiakua:: ; U
third Thursday of each Mr. and Mrs William J, Morgan son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wharton. and Miss Laurie ", C in a fair way u* ti how
month.the Notification of the and daughter Terry, :of: Oscar Crabtree Sr of Jacksonville Wharton nieces of the bride. Selling FastMore \' at ownership!! ) lines."

will be publicized in Auburndale, Va. are spendingtwo and Keystone Heights, The attendants rere attired a- 23i ?d.
meetings this column two weeks prior to weeks with Mrs. Morgan's were united In marriage at 8 like in apple green gowns with than 60 per cent of the :! thins tint t :.n'1

meetings. parents Mr. and Mrs S. Mossof p.m. Saturday, Aug 23, in the empire waist A-llne with elbow $100.000 bond issue necessary to I : Is that: this! law does!! not!

TEEING the OFF! Lake Geneva Community Church, Keystone length sleeves banded: !in laci. build a new sanctuary for the non-meandered: lakes.! "

Edward Rodgers formerly Heights. Rev. Richard Cosh- The floor length trains! were at. First Baptist Church of Key Senator( also 'aid tint H

associated with Fort George Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Potter, man of Peace Memorial tached with a large bow at the stone Heights had been sold:> by be fa'- for the ,tale: to

Golf & Country Club in the of Miami are visiting! Mrs. Church. Clearwater, performedthe back. Their short veils were at Tuesday it was announced bv in and -say a dick w'iK-'i' !

Jacksonville area, was selected Potter's parents Mr. and Mrs. candlelight ceremony. tached to large matching bows. Warren Brantley, chairman of been there for year' would
Chaff golf C. E. !cuter: The Potter's little Mrs. George Canova and Mrs The honor attendants carried the Bond Committee. to be torn di.vn. Ire liter"
to succeed Lewis Height as daughter Beverly, has been W. R. Barbot provided a pro- baskets of white! daises snowflake The Tally Committee, wit.1Ml'S. i out fiat! : Rep Ralph: !

pro of the Keystone Membersof visiting her grandparents for gram of wedding music. pompoms and fern. The Yvonne Dazey as chair of Lnk! City'! : had attempt.
Golf Club last week. welcome the past month. Given in marriage by her bridesmaids carried baskets of man is meeting each night this amend the bill "ei.ind-: -
to -
the club are happy brother Robert Veazy Walker, yellow daisies pompoms and week to check results, and It !Is :in" the: ex'stiau: dock
Mr. Rodgers who will officially We are sorry to report that the bride wore an empire A-llne considered possible that the goal .w .k.w-..... that this amendment had
start In his new position Mr. Suter is still a patient in of silk organza over peat fern.A .
gown might be reached! by the Friday
on Friday. Bradford County Hospital. taffeta accented with bands of reception was held at the night meeting.One Mr. And Mrs. Tracy W. Baker

Best of luck Is extended to Please be sure to drop him a Venice lace at the bodice, neckline Keystone Heights Woman's Club hundred church members Observe 50th Wedding for cleaning and cle.u'lno
Mr. Chaff who will be returningto card or stop by for a visit when and sleeves. The detachable which was decorated for the oc and friend attended kick-off beaches the :Miami senator

his former residency In Jacksonville you are in Starke. court train was of organza. Her caslon with palms and green. dinner last Friday night, where : "It was never my mten-
Mr. Chaff made many imported Brussels lace mantilla ery. The bride's table and punch! the first $40,000 In bond' were Mr. and Mrs. Tracy W. Baker Baker, and D, A, that someone -hould! be
during h'-s! short stay in with Baker, all of Keystone from den-ing: off
friends
The Potters have enjoyed floor length, was attached table were garlanded subscribed.Bob were honored Sunday afternoon
e It is ho ed that rhnestone'! smilax and daisies Mrs W. 31, with reception In the The Bakers also have 17 beaches.: If we make anti:
the Aug. a
of
,hIm"'u: : _'ho 1l .l l:111L: and Hendry chairman
\ : O&wllng' greeted guests at children, and three! tlon3ts! out\ of those
he and his faml will 1 return 119. --'-IC ysEvtla-Hetekta.l'Vo tsti's.Clilq:
y COTrtmHtee"expTessenhope e ? .
Building '
l'Ida.l ; ," '
and fish caught from Lake Geneva tiara. She carnet a '
Diane chiddren.Their 7 nre most militantly c<>nil"r-
and Miss
often to enjoy the local club. the door, the in celebration of their Golden
and her that bids on new
by Mr. and Mrs. A. O. of stephanotis '
cluster who tia'.i: and
thosa
book. children and -
the bride's
The Kevstnnp Woman's Golf ofprmia Brokaa: kept will be taken Wedding Anniversary.A ,
church building
Aaaoiation (WGA) held ItS ...-. Loudon.Mr. only ornament, a, gut 01 was the a groom.string Mrs. Ward Parker and Mrs.R. this month with completiondate gold and white color dren presented the then we're rot really"

meeting of the new year on and Mrs. Robert Ferrell, Raymond O. Crabtree Sr. served V. Walker cut the bride'scake. set approximately six scheme was carried out in the a complete set of the future geneiatljn.:

Thursday afternoon with President of Lake Brooklyn recently re as best man and the ushers Assisting in serving were months later. flower arrangements, table ap gold table service. Stone concluded by say
Lois! Walker presiding. turned from a visit with their! were William Scott Edwards, Mrs John Martin. Miss! Delores pointments, and the! tiered wed Registering guests at he and oilier lenUlatii'-
Prior to the! covered-dish luncheon son and daughter-in-law Mr. Charles Davis Eric Radfearn Murrheee, Miss Lorain Dey, ding cake. were Miss Gertrude 1 to do what wafan: '

golf was enjoyed by the and Mrs. H. L Fordsn. of West Randall Crabtree (Junior and Miss Patty Shau hnessy. reside at Mr. Cook's home in The Bakers were married on Mrs Khiva Nelson right to present owner-

members of the local club. Additional Hartford Conn. During their groomsman), Fredrick Besh- Following a wedding trip to Eustls. September 4, 1919 in Melrose punch and cake were \ to future genorat.on

Information concern- stay, the four of them enjoyedan ares Steven Holbrook Ward Freeport, Bahamas! the couple Mrs. Bert Christ-offers is happy They have six son, all of whom Timmons. Miss Gladys Baker. Lake Geneva:

ing WGA's scheduled events for extensive trip to New Hampshire Parker, and McDonald Bailey wjll reside In Jacksonville. The to report that her grand- were present on this occasion:: Mrs. Helen Kennedy, and and a lakefioid,

this year will be announcednext where they visited the Mrs. James F. Wharton was bride chose for traveling a daughter Gale, surprised her Lt Col. Tracy M Baker, MI- Emily Ison owner oraanUed tv'-d
Ferrells' and then In- friend' and night's meetine! ,1 Ill",1'! t
week. grandson matron of honor and Miss Linda white suit with brown accesS doctor on her rapid responseto ami; Lex A, Baker Williston; About 130
to Canada where they: crossed Anthony was maid of honor ies. recent major surgery. Gale, Maj. (fret,) Owen B. Baker: tives called during the : chairman of the: Lak

HERE 'N THERE into the province of Ontario. ---_._ -- although wearing a hip cast Is Floyd D Baker, William E. noon. : Citizens: Committee ,
ot'vr!
Mrs. R L. Walker and Mrs. The Ferrells and family en- -- serving as hostess for the social ambulatory by use of crutches will appoint

E. T. Martin honored bride- Joyed a 400-mile motor tour to hour. It was a surprise and and is looking forward to going ': and will :include conn
elect Miss Marlon Beasley, for- Toronto, where they stayed at NEWS NOTES pleasure to once again have back to school. The Christ- iiio comml'-ioiie''s! ,uid t ot:lei
and! Intele-t.-d,
merly of Keystone Heights and the Park Plaza During their Mrs. Ida Gentry and daughter offers family of the late Dr. SE TELE"I official
Helen l4aa I U already b'in1-:
By :
now residing: in Tallahassee, stay In Toronto, they enjoyed \ Lillian with us; also Mrs. Helen Don Chrlstoffers reside in Orange Money '
with a punch party at Mrs. visiting and entertaining several _,.. I Tillman who was unable to at- Park during the school By Joyce Rowe to fOl'm:1: :inn-prof.
the
finance
and to
Martin's home on Lake Geneva relatives tend for so long due to Illness. year, particularly In order to ',,
COMMUNITY CHURCH woik.
afternoon. Axel Malmgren be Gale's Jacksonville
last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. near
From Toronto the family The Executive Board of the present nt Imt''t!
;
invited to call play to Mr and
Guests were assisted In the game physicians. Congratulasttons birthday soon. There
drove north to Fergus Guelph Church addition to tiio? ahead
between the appointed hours of Women met for the first Illness of members were an- Mr. and Mrs James Drew of Mrs. Tony Ahrano who became many present to enjoy In
Arthur Rotsay where they visited W.I-
Jim
Sn:
fall ned were!
three and five p.m. Mothers of planning session on August nounced: that Mrs. Anna Lake Geneva, and daughterPat proud parents to a baby boy ternoon.
the bride-elect and her fiance the stone house In which 25 with President Mrs. Roy James is a patient in Medical enjoyed week's trip; and born last veek. Mr. and Mrs.J. The Cadet Girl Scouts of Ocal,. R:?p. Bill An

Mrs. Beasley and Mrs Walter Mrs. Ferrell was born. The Turknett presiding. In lieu of Center having undergone eye vacation at Daytona Beach. V, Slade are the maternal hold their first meeting of Game-iville.! GH'Val:
house was built by Mrs. Ferrell's of the
dir"cto'!
Thomas and the hostesses received a summer workshop for fie surgery. William Reynolds, Sr Mrs. Nettle Smith has returned grandparents. day, Sept 9 at St. Johns a'MsMnt
the! guests. father in 1860, and was: Annual Church Bazaar, the appointive has been, and at this writing, from her vacation and visiting Colonel Emma E. Vogel has tist Church In !' Fl''i & G \111(' Cm>

The hostesses presentedMiss modeled! after his own home in Chairman, Mrs. Barry still a patient in Bradford relatives and friends in her returned from a two weeks' 7:00: p.m. All]J girls In !on firmer Gov John. nod!
bowlas England Wyman, and co-chairman Mrs. visit In San Antonio, Texas and : from Clay. Pi.mam
Beaslev with a silver County Hospital. William Beam former home of Clifton Forge, 8, and 9 grades are
Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell flew Into .ttei
Bradford C ni :
Ernest McLean formulated Arizona. While In : and (
a remembrance of the oc- Sr. is resting comfortably at Va. Hurricane Camille struck Tucson, attend this meeting.
Jacksonville, last week. plans which were presented at San Antonio Colonel Vogel delivered Bradford Cnri
casion. his home under doctor's orders nearby as the two rivers meet ther Information contact : ,.
address Conmnm1!--ion 'r
County
the organizational: Bazaar Cir the graduation
to be getting a great deal in this! city. G. M, Whltton.
cle Chairman meeting on Sep. of rest and Quiet Mrs, Hazel Clark of Nelson for the Physical Therapy Coi-r- Shufci'd.: Rilph Bry in
tember 3 at 12:30: p.m. Weekly RAIFORD TOUR Point is returning from her se conducted by the Army at Mr and Mrs. 11. F, Norman and Zrclia Htm-
workshop meetings will Mart the U, S. Army Medical Field and children, Gary and ( and County AHol'll.T)/
r The members have been asked summer home In New Hampshire -
JEUliL ;S E MIm Service School at Fort Sam .
on September 10 from 10 'a.m. to submit their name In of Live Oak spent
to 2 p.m., and continue weekly either at the luncheon We regret to report that M. ]Houston.Mr. his mother,Mrs.Susie lon over fie! owiei-shlp
until Bazaar Day of December writing and :Mrs. James Bar- Judge and Mrs. C. I. the beaches of fresh': wat"r)
meeting on Sept. 11 or, by mail A, (Bill) Schroeder husband of Jeff and Luke
ringer and sons, returned from their when state officials:
3 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. have begin
before that date as !it Is necessary Bea, will be a patient in the last weekto
Melrose
ANNUAL RUMMAGE SALE moved from trip to Europe.: the Gims Comml!-='!tos: ap
to know how many msm- Tuberculosis Hospital In Tampa where Jamesis
Tallahassee, Also returning from ah'ICI enforce! '
Mrs. Don Wallace will be began
the Ornamental for several Mrs. Kelly,
bees wish to enjoy months. employed The
presently
general chairman of the An- cent trip abroad were of the :new bulkhead
Tour of close friend or Mrs. Schroeder
Horticulture a Barringers had lived in Mel-
Mrs R. P, (loins ."
nual Rummage Sale of the
Church the Prison complex scheduledfor from Queens Village Long Island rose seven years, and both had :'olrs.ett1e:': :Mann and Santa Fe Lake develop
Women with dates of
Sept. 25. The tour Is unableto Is visiting her for several been teachers at Melrose Patricia
,
daughter, the Seminole R doe Pro
October 1 through 4th. Volun- ,
accommodate more than 25, weeks. School. There will be a new returned to ,Jacksonville
headed by
teers are needed (one from BO a second tour will be ar Mr and Mrs. Houston Dris- family moving Into their house the summer of a cot-potation
spending !. ben -topped
!has
Ownbey.
each circle) for "collection day
ranged. Transportation will be coil who have just returned soon.
of October 1st and each sale arranged through car pooling.: from, visit to Mrs. Drlscoll's Friends of Jim Ford will be :Mrs. Dorothy LngelKe month it 1 the request

day thereafter This advance When submitting your name relatives In England enjoyed % happy to know that he now has turned from the official connt'ctedth: the
notice Is to enable Mrs. Wal- please state whether you wisha Robert Morris Birthday dinnerat finished his hitch In the !Navy: Is visiting :Mrs. Improvement Board.

lace and her assistants to set ride or will drive. Raiford IS Mlcanopy as guests of 'Mrs and Is back home. ter in Gainesville. asked Bradford Coun

up her schedule. a few miles from Starke on Marie White. Miss Jane Dris- Mr. and Mrs Bobby Tison Mr. and :Mrs R. F. Comml'sioners: to e-itabll'h
FAMILY' PICNIC: Route 16. The tour will start coll, director of Camp Crystal and Miss Carolyn 'lison of are home after a trip bulkhead line at Seminole

The picnic has been rescheduled from Keystone at 9 a.m. Lunch- the Alachua County School Gainesville, visited their par ginia, North: Carolina, .
_
for Saturday Sept. 13, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tison While In : sd,' 11A'! t'* meeting::
eon will be served In the new Camp, has had Mrs. White as :Maryland
at Gold Head State Park from last weekend. precipitated! when! B.il Bak
cafeteria: as guests of the Su- her assistant this summer. Springs, :Md., they
4r1 11 a.m. to 3:30: p.m., J. Miller pervisor, M. B. Jordan Mrs Gene Sapp and children wedding of her dropped charges of n'e-pas-
Wrinkle and Roy Turknett are have returned from a visit with which he !hd:: f.l"d isra'.nU:

chairmen: of the program. This her mother, Mrs. Hattie Mc- :'oIl", and :Mrs W, D. ? Commi.S5.on bioUgi't

being an old fashioned picnic, EASTERN STAR INDIAN BEACHLake Elveen, in Sumter, S. C, hower attended the was taking! pl-tUl'; an his
Annual Birthday dinner of:: Miss Vicki Tison attended a Family Reunion !in "' Lake Geneva prop-
Place Could be Safer
What basket, Chapter members and their birthday honoring Miss Lois last weekend.If .

To Keep Valuables than a Bank also service of dishes etc. Bev' families enjoyed a covered dish By( Michael Santa H.Fe Chltty) Howell at Howard Johnsons in anyone Is missing a the meeting! Baker:

erages will be provided by' the dinner Saturday, Aug. 30, at Gainesville. Miss Howell the cocker spaniel dog, that "there( \\ ,,5no
OUR BANK! committee. Games recreation Masonic Temple. Robert Morris "I'll.MI.I7VII1I'! daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. Lee have him. lie In mv he rrt" toward
Howell of Micanopy last week and
and sports will be the programof was born in Boston Mass. 6 our yard young man. "It was inly
At Our Bank there in a Safety Deposit Box In a fun and frolic. about 1835 and became actively :Mr. and Mrs Billy Copelandand to have taken up 2x4 we used to get you gen
order Glue! Glugl! Glugl! This U family have returned from If he might be yours, give "
Interested in hue' Masonic
General Meetings of Church down here.
size to fit your needs. Rest assured that Your your fast sinking rolling-report. their vacation. call.
Women will be held at 7:30: p,m. and was the founder of
Safe when leave of and ---
Valuables are completely you er with the damp news. I tell Weekend guests Mr. Duplicate Bridge
Eastern Star. Each August,
them in Our Modern Vaults. In Educational Building Pro- Star Chapters celebrate his you if It doesn't stop raining Mrs Red Thompson were her week were: Mrs. T, L. DRAGLINE WORK
gram plans as recommendedby long enough for the roads to parents, Mr. and Mrs Emory wood and Mrs. Gladys BULLDOZINGEARTH -

STATE BANK Executive Board will be birthday.PERSONALSMrs. dry out some. I'm afraid Indian Anderson of Lakeland and his :Netta': 1st place; MOVING

KEYSTONE presented. maidof Beach Is going down, roads and father, James Thompson of Kromer and Mrs. C. L.
David Nelson
FELLOWSHIP CLUB was all. Every time you get stuck Albany, Ga, 2nd place; Mrs, Ray CALL
M.jnb r! FJDJ.C. KeymtOM Heights, Fla. Nineteen members of the honor at the wedding of her out here, you hope you'll stopsinking The Thompsons had a cook- Mrs. Gay Livingston, 3rd ;
Club enjoyed a friendly Game cousin Mrs. Mary Helen out of out Sunday at their home In :Mrs Paley Boyd and : Big Chief Heavy
before
I Toor Friendly Bank In Tour FriendlyCoBmralty. Day on August 28 In St. Anne'a Strange and John C. Cook of you go honor of two of their children, Albert Bachmann, 4th
bad when
sight. It's getting youcan't
t Parish House In absence of Eustis on August 23. Mrs. Melody, who celebrated her :Mr. and Mrs. W, O. life.ralatka .
get to and from your own .
l President Beam Mrs. Ethel Cook formerly resided In Key- tractor to pull birthday last week, and Ray- recently returned from 325-746-
house without
Wyman presided, as well as stone Heights. The couple wills a mond, who will celebrate his to Farmington and i
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flrrSSrfl- -nrrSSrSfl visit. of the Senate Committee soon.
member
,,",- .. a lie has givenus Looking forward to seeing you
Union County Alien Vets Mrs. George Mcmanus also of Aging.
SENIOR arrived back from a long stayin hopeful reports so far, and all Sept. 9th with a hearty ap. .

VOICE of the PTA PlanningGroup Eligible ForCitizenship Arizona where she visited we hope to )hear from him again petite. -- Joe Kerrigan

\ MeetsThe CITIZENS her daughter. We hope she will

\ SPORTSMANJyiiIcIIITFY feel better and happier In
li: j -ssss. rrflsrrrflnfl S" Starke.
\. Initial meeting of the Aliens who have served on -Senior Citizens will hold a New members In our club are

:. Union County PTA Executive active duty with the U. S. Arm covered dish luncheon on Sept. Carl and Ada Hoist who have

Committee was held Tuesday ed Forces during the Vietnam 9th at 11 a.m. In our regular come to Starke as permament P CALL

".... 4... .if.iIIJ'---' Aug. 26. at the High School LIbrary hostilities are eligible for U. S. meeting place, Pratt St. Recreation residents from Long Island.
citizenship According to M. T. Center. All membersare -STANLEY LYONS

just a short while. Attending this program plan- Dixon of the Florida Depart- asked to being their own N.Y.Happy Birthday was sung to
hello again Sports fans. This Slim's FIsh-'n-Stuff (Key- ning session were James A. ment of Veterans Affairs. table service as well as a dish Ernie Grider. His wife, Nora

is not a rerun because the stone), reported two nice' catches Cason School Superintendent: Conditions are that separationfrom of food. took his place as Ernie was tied
Specs are really still biting brought in last week. Hay Bruce Clark Principal; Jake the service must (!have We cordially Invite our Rec- up on business. CONTRACT PAINTING

fairly good. In fact real good B. Hague caught an 8 pounder Thomas. Principal. : William E. !been under honorable conditions reation Directors, Gene Ray- We hope tha Joe and Beth

lor this time of the year.They've In Lake Santa Fe; and Booth PTA President: John and service in the Armed For- burn. Mr. Davis and their wivesto Werner Tom and Lisa Hanson PHONE 2593084MACCLENNY

been tearlng'em up In William Knight caught a 9- Marcus Howard. PTA Vice President ces must have been on-or after join us for this luncheon.We and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Her-

Santa Fe, especially around the pounder In Lake Johnson. ; Mrs. Jane Campbell.PTA Feb. 28, 1961. are very grateful for the long are all doing well.)) We FLA.

"brush piles. Ole Roy Griffinof Pete Barton and son Georgeof Treasurer: Mrs. Eleanor Normal resident require- Improvements being made at send them our kindest regards.It .

Griffin's Lodge, has beendragging' Lake Santa Fe, and Charlie Brown PTA Parliamentarian, : ments are waived. our meeting place. Air conditioning Is long three meetings away
'em In usualBass
as Morris of Houston, Texas and Kenneth Farrell, Publicity These rights are secured Dixon new paint, and general until we have our Halloween
GUARANTEED
as well as Specs. I've also had cleanliness makes us feelgood.We FREE Estimates Satisfaction;
caught 12 nice Shellcrackers and Chairman. says by Public Law 90633of party. Now Is the time to thinkof
some good reports on the Bass Bluegills off Pete's dock one Regular PTA meetings for the the 90th Congress which were very happy to hear and make costumes for this
and Bream In the Oklawaha Houston Dris-
last week. They've also be held from Marlon and big event.
evening 1969-70 School Year will amended the Immigration and
Klver. So we better take a look returned
been catching some pretty; nice during the months of September naturalization act. oll. They have just There are many problems
and see just what did happen Specs their brush piles.Shipman's from a three months tour of facing us Senior Citizens mostof
on March
November January, privilege had been
last week. The same
Carrtp' (west shore England where Marian has many whom are widows living on
and May. The September meet- to aliens NOTICE
Griffin's Lodge (east shore granted previously I IMPORTANT
relatives. They said they enjoyed -
small We hear from
Santa Fe) reported that the pensions.
will be for the purposeof and
Santa Fe), reported an en- Ing who served In WWI, WWII minute of their
every senator Ed J. Gurney. who Is
the brush
Specs are biting on
well _
vouraging week for fishermenwith teacher recognition as as the Korean conflict accordingto'
let-down spirits,with Bass piles; the Bass are biting aroundthe parent awareness of educational: Dixon. I Johnny Ghent, Formerly Of
of the and the .
edge grass; for the future A panel
and plans
Specs the
being caught on .
Bream are being caught from CERAMIC QUARRY VINYL Cleaners for 30 Years
SuperintendentCason New ,
brush piles. Roy Griffin and the r dock. However they had consisting of events related to their children. Method
his customer for each day averaged Principals Clark and Membership dues are 50 cents!
and didn'thave
been vacation
Now
Operating
on Is
catching from 25 to 50 Thomas and several teachers and all parents and
for per person
names us.
Specs, and at least Bass any will discuss policy and procedure -
one big !! Interested In the gen
I'll remind fellows to take persons
per day. Two days they caught you effecting students enrolled Robert L. KitchensTile
an extra rod and reel when eral welfare and improvementof : OSCAR DELL DRY CLEANERSLET
two big Bass, with the averagefor head for the brush pile. in Kindergarten through! the Youth and Education are
you
the Bass of 6 to 9 pounds eighth grade. The May meeting Union 1
Carry some Shiners with you encouraged to Join the
and the Specs were average and throw one out on the rod will be for the election! of new County PTA.EZERASE Contractor JOHNNY DO YOUR CLEANING

size. Mr. Zellner who spent while Spec fishing. They've PTA officers for 1970-71. HE ASSURES YOU 4
the week at Griffin's, caught I
John M. Howard. VlcenPres-
really been catching' 'em out
an 8 1/2 pound Bass Thursday, there and a few big Ident and Program ChaIrman. \ TYPEWRITER SPOTLESS CLOTHES
which was his first big quite ones. 1020 E. CALL ST. 961-6923 CLEAN &
one.
states that other regular meet- PAi'ER. Mimro
It's getting good when you can Paper Bond
Mr. Zellner also FLORIDA
STARKE
averaged catch Bass while waiting on the Ings of this association will be Paper Notebook Fillers. ,
Batching 15 to.30
Specs perday.
Friday afternoon, ROy went out Specs to get on your line. We geared so as to Interest par- r?: dforll County Telegraph. -
better get out there and catch ents in activities trends and
and caught 2 Bass; 6 1/2, anda
4-pounder and 15 Specs In some now, so I'll say Good- .._ .- .1
bye and good luck .


VVYVYVVYVVVVVyvIINDIAN Homerville Ga.. came down .II D--= CARL Gulf Service BEGGS

and spent the night us us aftera

BEACHLake two-week vacation A point of' USED PARTS'

Interest was the fact thai when Top Prices for Wrecked Can

they left our house two weeks 24 Hour Wrecker' Service
( Bante Fe
) before they had to be pulledout
Fuel Oil;
By Michael n.: ChlttyPh. back --
and when they came I
4752171tAAA.&A.3.AAAAA last week they had to be pulled r KEN WANTED Laundry PUMPS I! USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned E. LaRue Used Cars -
rain and I 10 different George Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
$15
LA AAA k. In. They said the only CLA8SD1BD AD BATES workers. Kitchen aids labor up.
bad weather they really got Into era. cottage parent, watchman __ NEW AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE_ name brands to choose from INSURANCE AGENCY 46R-1998!

[From Proceeding Page] was leaving and coming Up to 15 word' ____- IJtS cooks and clerks rround- 'Parts & excellent repairs all Auto Fire Homeowners
back to our house. They were (Minimum charge) keeper truck driver. Five Deep & Shallow Wells makjM. Watson's, House of SERVICE Small appliancesat

you. If It stays this way long. !headed for Mobile, Ala., when day week, eight hour day, Water Softeners & Filters Vacuu-R.3: 712 N. Main, Gainesville LIFE & ACCIDENT Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.
we won't have any friends or Camille changed their minds Each word over 15 __ .07 State retirement vacation, Expert Service On 376-7110. tfchiDIL' Keystone Heights 473-4692 Call St. Phone 964-5311." tltchgGAINESVILLE

relatives visiting us at all. But and waited a few days. The sister Extra charge If not sick leave If interested please All MakesPlumbing
won't be too much YOU KNOW; It's town
it easy
maybe and family they were visiting paid la advance ___ .35 apply In person Personnel Service Men cottage
longer till our road Is finished. a Longchamp Home? MEN WANTED -
( a
live on the causeway Manage--, Sunland Training I
and won't that be nice? We've ) in Mobile, but were Center. Oalneavllle Fla. Phone 964-7061 I Better built for F >rMa? living parents age over 21. Starting

heard some talk that they're peninsula fortunate and had no dam- Memorial, RewoluttOM An equal opportunity employ: DURRANCE PUMP i Your plan or ours, pay $295 month promotion opportunities !
very and regular Increases I
supposed to have the toad paved Your lot or ours. Contact Bu-
7 word AND SUPPLY CO.
scare. ont per ere I
-just a
aga 8 hour day. 5
by December So maybe It tt.h. I ford Mitchell phone 164- in pay.

will be ready for traffic next Griffin's Lodge for I: 6853 P. O. Box 238. :?"tarke. day week sick leave. vacations
Guests at
Let's hope so CARDS OF THANKS SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic INSURANCEAT 0.1-/1/ state retirement. If interested,
anyway
year this week Include: Mr. and I ; :
morning Aunt Letters tt Numbers for Interior REDUCED RATES please apply In person Personnel I
Wednesday :Mrs.: J. A. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. 00 word or less --_- B.CO
Clara Sullivan and her grandson Carl P. and Mr. and and exterior use. All sizes colors AUTO. FIRE BOAT Manager. Sunland Training Cen-
Lamar Stegall of Williston. Langner Each word over 60 __ .07 Bradford County Tele- DOYLE E. CONNER For Transportation to the Polls t?r. Gainesville, Fla.

picked us up and took us out Mrs.Jim Zettler.and Evelyn Brimvnett graph. tf INSURANCE AGENCY I Call N. L. Woodbum 964.5211. I' An equal opportunity employ

to. visit my cousin, Peggy Her- of Panama City were weekend OFFICIAL PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to tch* er.
". who was spending a twow of Pete and Joyce Barton INSPECTION STATION
guests
$625. Take the drudgery out
k vactalon on BrooklynL. and son George.Mr. Open Dally 8 AM. 5:30: P. M. BAIRD I JIMMY MOORE'S ED WAINWRIGHT
work-Br&.mord County
of -
paper I
e, and her mother, Teenle! Except Saturday 8-12 Noon Mobile Homes I AGENCY
tf
Cr nshaw, of Gainesville who and Mrs. Dolph Redrtlsh Telegraph. I SUN SPORTS 't!',.... 4'1 'V.....
was down visiting. Peggy's husband and family of Starke spent Sunday ,---_ Hu.cRAcL1.Netalone .. -- -- NEW and USEB'. .0' __ __ -_- ..' UL .n'" .. '... --

Wayne came home!' and with her parents, Mr. and Heights 8-10-12' WideGainesville MOORE BOAT TOU Insurance Needs
visited us on his lunch break. Telephone 473-483 I in
Mrs. D. W. Carpenter.Mrs. TUNING REPAIRINGMELODY YOUR MONEY I Specializing'
'Ihursday afternoon my grand- 11-T. Smith spent the Good Starke I'M. ....-..>OI ?' vtIK.III XMOU*..>I..co ,
FOR RENT: TV sets baby Quality
parents Hubert and Palma with her son X. M. Ph. Starke 964-6818
weekend
Chitty of Starke, and their sis family In Starke. beds. elec. guitars amplifiers. PIANOSERVICE Reasonably Priced Complete Outboard & Stern

ter-in-law, Mrs. Sally Deese of and his and Vera Swearlngen refrigerators: day or week. DA. Gainesville 378-2785 Drive Service nd Repair.
Fred HMER'S, 864-7923. tf-chg Used Wrln r-Wash-
Repair.
Complete Fiberglass WANTED:
attending '
Guaranteed and
the weekend in Jasper Serviced. 'I'
spent C t m-buirt FiberglassFishing Will cash or take in
u' s 0 er. pay
the Mathis Family Reunion SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned Delivered In Starke Area I &
S. E. 2nd Ave.
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS and visiting relatives.Mr. oiled and adjusted In your # NO EXTRA COST Boats. I trade on anything. DAHMER'S.tf-chfr 2nd Street

and Mrs. Al Frelsner of home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th !flfi4-7923. Near Pest Office

St. Petersburg were visiting also. All work guaranteed. Gainesville 378-2785:! BUY, SELL TRADE: Used WILL BUY: Used Appliances 'Til,8 P.M.
and Mrs. Torn Norwood last Dennis E. Coggtos, Phone 431- Open
Mr. Phone 378-5197 Furniture Appliances. Toys( Furniture, TV's. Stereos anything
week. 141$. tfdhg SEWING MACHINES .
DABMER'S.SUPER
Too s. Wimberly's Trading of value. -
Gainesville Fla.
Lt. Joan Quinn of Fort Rucker Largest selections!. from whichto 7434 Standing. Blvd.,
Ala., Mrs. Quinn of Rincon. Rebuilding Refinishing I II choose Pfaff. Neechl. Nelco Post Jacksonville. tfchg STICK Vinyl Plastic

DIRECTORY Ga.. and Kerin Ellis of Tampa iller Brown New Home. tt Universal. Letters all sizes colors. Permanent BUYINGLAND

were weekend visitors of Mr. I I REPAIR ALL MAKES. FOR' SALE Clover and Costal for use on wood, glass,
George Ellis. Mr. Ton metal leather,
and Mrs. Bermuda baled hay. orby plastic. pa"er.
RABY'S AUTO Ellis Is doing fine since his return NICE COUNTRY HOMEon National SewingMacWne bale. J. n, White, phone ANYTHING! -Bradford County

SERVICE from the hospital.Mr. d'O S. R. 225. 3 B. R., Fla. Rm. Co., 9646114. tlchg Tpleeraoh. tf

Hardwood floors new paint. I
811 W. University Ave. EXPERIENCED WAITRESS Dixie Land Co.
Complete Auto Repairs and Mrs. Bill Miller and VolkswagenNew Sell furnished or unfurnished. 37'11355I I wanted. Relief shift. Good pave

Air Conditioning Repairs Children of Burnswlck, Ga.. Bill Powell, Brooker. Ph. 964- I! LonghoroRestaurant.
bedroom pplv in person P. O. Box 158
FOR RENT 2 mo-
Jack (his brother) i..O'1J. 6464. Night 964-6810.
& Automatic Transmission were visiting & Used 301 South. tfcrtft
and Lou Miller and children on Sales Service bile home furnished, air con-
MARY St. Ga.
Service Saturday. Sunday the Millers Large House And Grounds ditioned. Phone 964-7498. FOR RENT 12 wide 2 bed. Marys,

PHONE 473-4404 were visited by Mr. and Mrs. 1 MI. North of TIre Mall Frame dwelling (1440 sq. ft.) 2tchg 9-4 room trailer outside city limits.J. 4tp 9-4
Little Lake Bedford children. MelindaSue large metal shop with cement tfchac
Bill Shea and GAINESVILLEFOR B. White, 964-6114.
Youngblood of Tallahassee, floor. 3 acres fenced tt cleared CARTER

BEAUTY SHOP and A. V. Youngblood Clinton land. A. J. Thomas, Realtor FOR SALE3 br. home carpet FOR RENT 3 bedroom fur-

Sherman Air Force Base, Okla. blockhouse Tel. 964-5701. CAMPERSALES In L. R., and D. R. and I Dished house on Kings ley Lake
Mil SALE Concrete hall. US bath built-in kitchen available 1. Phone 533-
weekend guests of the Sept.
KEYSTONEBEAUTY were
; 3 bedroom. 1 bath central FOR RENT- 4 room and bath PAINTS mclosed garage, central heat. 2233. 4tp 9-11
lers. heat & alr-oomdltlonlng. Corner furnished apartment. Couple CAn 164-7541. tfclig

SHOP lot. Phone 064-5367. tfdhg only, no pet. Call ADDING :MACHINES: : Manual
f
EDITH JOHNSON. Owner I just know that all you Mothers -- -- 9646852.tfchg 2920 Waldo Road 102 E. Hrownlee St. WANTED LISTINGS: or electric. For sale or

1>el'lOnaland Creative Hair Styl are broken hearted becauseIt's Gainesville 376-0691 On Homes an
Lag Every Form of Beauty school time again. Now you Help LEGAL FORMS. Brad Authorized Dealer j. Strout Realty Beg! ance. -Bradford County T.l -
Culture won't have to put up with ford County: Telegraph. Ph.
Tuetxsat. 9-5; closed "Starcraft" "Dreamer" B-okr 2117 N. Temple Ave. rraph.
0'JI & r.BUnDING. I won't have your 964-6305.
] mean you "Wheel Camper" Ph. !064-6609 l Starke. Fla.
darling children with you all
MATERIAL day. I'm just as sure that most STRAWBERRY RUNNER Travel Trailers Truck FOR RENT Lake front cottage 3 to 8 acre' tracts
WantedTrainees plants Florida 90's. For Information Campers Fold Downs I Pretty woodland, little clearing
month.
HARDWARE of the children are sad, evenIf furnished: week or
they do get to see their old call George Sapp 782- SALES A SERVICE Kpysto-e Height' 473-418G call Near school), 3 B-R. 2 Bath.
To Work In Bar 3695 or Nathan H. Starling 782- WASH tfch 100' Keystone Lake S17.500
BROOKLYN friends. But remember, kids. OAR after :5 I Dm. ?
tHe sooner you start-the sooner Joist Fabricating Plant. 3896. 2tp 9-4 3 B-R, bath, large L-R. modern
SUPPLY HOUSELumber For Sale MIMOSA MANOR Mobile Horn
you finish. LABORERS WANTED Permanent Kitchen. Patio, Utility,
APPLY AT Coleman Space Heater with Park Trailers and spaces $11.000* FHA
Plywood Builder'
Hardware- Roofing -Sheetrock. News was sorta scarce people this Owen Joist Corpof 'benefits. position Minimum; all company starting connections tank and stand. WE MAKE for rnt. Phone 964-7498. Business Properly at busy Intersection -
week again. I guess 8tchr iO-lR
Tel.
Price $10.00. A. J Thomas.
Paneling Paints Insulation Choice locationS.
have decided that It's not worth Iflorida rate, $1.71 per hour. Apply
Tools Electrical & Plumblnf the trouble to get Into this Southern Wood Preserving Co., 964-5701. KEYS .FOR SALE Modern 3 bed- E. :McKav 473-4816

Supplies. place to visit. So I guess until LINCOLN CITY ROAD Baldwin. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. i FOR RENT 2 bedroom fur. room home large!! lot Itche- ,\.'Io'hteIr.: .. :Melba Ilgen

flwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-488 next week I'll say "May the STARKE, FLA. 4tchg 9-18 nlshed house for adults. Also Itiickree River Three River 473-4740

_
good Lord bless and keep you furnished and unfurnished E't1te. Mrs DelH Wo:>ten. .Rt. Keystone Heights
CONCRETE PRODUCTS"" all." Now here's Leson with a TALLY- : Remove excess body fluid with apartments. 510 N. Cherry St.tfchtt. FOR SALE 2 dr-om home. 1 Box 315 Fort White. Fla.
VICTOR ELECTRIC FLU1DEX tablets only $1.49 at Large kltl'enr.: ... living ,
: rxm
tribute to one of the best "new 32038. Itchg For Transportation! to the Polls!
FORCONCRETE fangled contraptions" that he MASTER Add Machines, with this Mitchell Dru ', 3tp 9-11 til- t bath harivccd. flao:'.i. Call N. L. Woodburn, 981.5311.

PRODUCTS know of.LEEON'S subtraction. SPECIAL. FOR SALE German Shepherd carport a-d porch en nice FOR RENT 1-3 bedroom
CALL OR SEEEdward's and I month onlY. $69.95. Ideal for TREATING DEPT. training. pups ARC. Black and, corner: lot; $1,400. Phcne: 961.1 17582. I ht"e. partly furnished. 1-1 FOR RENT 2 bedroom: fur.

CORRNER home or light office work.- Starting rate 1.95 per hour t?n. Wormed ansh: :>ts. Excellent : mom'nga. tfch? P--'room apt. furn'shed.! sultble nlshed apartment. 202 Broad-
Building Bradford County Telegraph. tt age 18 to 40. Train day time!
pedigree. Phc-re 473- bachelor working Phone 964-7120. ltp
"Thank Goodness for Air Condlioners" :? ) fr or way.
probable night shift with shift WANTED Women to pick ,
-
Inc. 4646. Kgystone Hlhte. itp, Call 964-5884 cr 570
Supply Polls woman.
to the
For Transportation differential. Able to read and I eggs A. Zacek. 301 and 18 1 Itch : FOR RENT 3 bedroom 2
726 S. MAIN 372-4844 When your'e hot Call N. L. Woodbum 961-5211. write and elementary math. ANTIQUES BOUGHT & sold, i Junctl"n, Hampton. lip : W. Call. ? bath home on corner lot. Call

Gainesville, Florida And start to sweat.There's AU refinIshed upholsterIng. I Itchg
FOR RENT- Attractively fur- company benefits. Apply furniture I FOR SALE Approximately 533-2366.
Will children In
thing.That'll keep honwhrly.
one air- Southern Wood Preserving Co., cabinet \V>()rt.! antiques restored my hrrd
help, I bet.It's nished bachelor apartment. ., dally or weekly. Mrs. 32 acres cornering on DOG LOST Aug. 8 in Starke.
original utv. I
their 5
NURSERY parking. Baldwin, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. f > 468-1487.
conditioned. Private road. 7500. Phone '
an air conditioner 9-18 Jackson, 131S Madison Bryan, 314 N. Cruxch St. Phone Mixed breel: male. red. medium
4tchg Call C. E. -
337 N. Wal- ltp
O.C. Carnea When it gets muggy. Gladys Harrington tfchg St.. Stark Phore 9615370. 9647043. 4tp 9-13,I Grandln. :short-haired 1 yr. old.
Nursery nut St.
And you feel like you'll melt. HAVE SEVERAL openings In tfchu I Phono 473-3029. Reward Up

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