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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Blacks year, was tentatively approved -

'. for the 1970.71 fiscal -

f Present Entries A dd tion.Board year of by Public the Bradford In tru<'.

School millage under the new

I : budget will be up very slightly,
School To ElectionRaces from 10.6 last year to 10.8 mills.In .

L1Lr a special budget session
__ Y Monday night, the school board
+ authorized Supt. Tom Casey to

h yi 1 PlansA developed in last minute qualifying: Tuesday advertise the figure as the ten-

morning for two county board seats and even more tative budget for 197071. A public
hearing to air the new bud-
plan by which the Board spice was added to the hotly: contested county clerk's get Is set next Monday, July 27,

of Public Instruction can operatea .' race with a sixth: entrant.Two at 7:30 p.m. In the old court- !

i unitary school system has been other county board races county commission post whichhe house.
suggested by a group of Negro also gained added compe- lost four years ago to Commissioner Budget I, operations, totaling
citizens meeting in Lawtey Monday tition as eight candidates qualified Buck Norman In a $2.9 million, Is by far the largest

night, July 13. In the past week. Only district close race separated by about of the four separate school
According to Herman Johnsonof 5 school board member 100 votes. This race between board budgets. It Is up some

Lawtey, president of the Seeber Goodman got by without Norman and Roberts Is expected $400,000 over last year $300.-
Bradford Chapter of the NAACP, opposition, making races In five by observers to be a hot one. 000 of the Increase coming In
I j ( i fling Authority OrganizesMembers the suggested plan was to be I of the six county offices open new Minimum Foundation Program
submitted to the school board this Harold E. Waters, who lives funds and$100,000 being reflected
and to a of federal officials year. on the old Johns Road east of In the deficit the board
of the new Bradford C. Humphries. chairman; and Humphries, temporary ] visiting the county school Charles Surprise Hardy candidates 52-year-oldself-are Hampton, qualified Tuesday does not have to budget for this
County; Housing Authority; have secretary. system Monday f In theclerk's nfoming for the district 4 com year and which Is, therefore,
been commissioned and are pictured The members were appointedby The plan calls for Andersonand employed mission. Eddie Allen, SR-325 available for operations.
at their organizational Gov. Claude Kirk upon recommendation By-laws of the Authority; were Lawtey Elementary schoolsat race;former county commission rancher, and E.W. Hodges, Biggest portion of Budget I,
meeting Monday afternoon at 5:30: of the County; Com read by County Attorney T.A. Lawte to be "paired" sq chairman Starke George Insur-- Hampton Lake resident, are also by far, is professional salaries
In the courthouse.Reading clockwise mission, who also designated Yawn and adopted, and it was that grades K-3 be assignedto 39-year-old seeking that seat which total $2.032 million. That
of the decided to meet the first Thurs- anceman, who Is challenging to
from left: C.C. Anderson, Matthews as figure Includes a $155,000Intea-
school and 4-6
Paul TomUnson, Eugene L. Matthews group. Other officers elected day In each month at 7:30: p.m. < one grades regain Ms commissionfromJ.M. Julian McRae, 46, qualified cher pay increases, which average
to the other. The plans also
(Buck) Norman Harold Waters
Anderson vice In the courthouse. ; Tuesday morning for the district
Edward Saxon, and Lester Monday were: and will
calls for the three elementary of the Hampton area who has entered 2 school board seat occupied for3wltabout
half the
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schools In Starke, RJE, South- the commission race with for 20 years by II.A.
side, and Starke Elementary to. Eddie Allen and E.W. Hodgesfor Lawson, the present school board new state funds. Includes
The schools budget also
be paired so that grades K-2 the seat being vacated by chairman. Lawson, who qualifiedlast about
Revised SanitationLaw be assigned to one school,grades the retiring Mrs. Jessie Chas- week, says he is In excellent pay raises averaging
for bus drivers
five cent ,
3-4 to another, and grades 5-6 tatn, and Starke Insuranceman health and expects to per
custodians cafeteria employees,
to the third school. Julian McRae's challenge of ,
make a race of It. It will be
and clerical
A group of about 60 Negro school board chairman H.A.Law- McRae's first try In politics. and secretarial per
sonnel. These Increases total
citizens met Monday for the
son, a 20-year veteran.
Given CountyA "purpose discussing the means Five Democrats and one Re- Arthur Gaskins, who lives on around $15,000.Salaries .
of eliminating the duel school publican are set In the clerk's SR-225 west of Lawtey, Mon of secretaries
system which is In conflict with race after qualifying ended at day Joined the district 1 school clerical personnel will cost
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act noon Tuesday. Hardy qualified board race with Johnnie Blaine $146,440, textbooks, for which '
of 1964," the resolution states. Tuesday morning and Mrs. MarJorie Thompson and Incumbent Bus the county Is reimbursed by the
revised sanitation ordinance and then consider It for adoption Fenton, to have the county's ,"We commit ourselves to the b" iu Dowling qualified late last ter Bemett of Lawtey. GasJdns state, will cost $19,016 and supplies

proposal was presented to the as a county law at the Aug. Hampton Lake boat ramp road principle clearly established 16 week; both are Democrats. Ear- Is president of the North Flo- equipment, and materials
Bradford Commission again 3 board meeting. looked at by Road Committee years ago by the United States Am (on'oVAnyone ) lier entrants In that race are rida Poultry Producer's Asso- 76835.
Monday morning after having Catkins said the poultry and Chairman Ralph Bryan. It has Supreme Court when It held that Republican Inman Green, present ) ciation. Operation of plant is tabbed at

been gone over by county poul- cattle groups In the county are been washed out since last Feb- racial segregation persons In looking for a appointed clerk; Maurice Qualifying! In the past week $161,085 Including salaries,heat,
trymen and cattlemen. In agreement on the proposedlaw. ruary, Fenton said. The county public education Is Inherently little relaxa. Edwards Jr., cattleman; Gib for Democratic County committee utilities, and supplies. Plant
Arthur Gaskins, president of But he voiced the oplonlon filled In with pure red clay, discriminatory and unconstitu eye-catching Brown Starke service station posts were Mrs. Vernle P. Maintenance will coat $50,000
the North Florida Poultryman'a that if the law Is passed but Fenton added, making the road tional. We didlcate ourselves to tion can find it at Kings- operator, and Randy Johns, Clay Odom and E.L. Matthews, district a much higher figure than In

Association, said that four changes not enforced it will be no good. Impassable when it rains. eliminate the racially segregated ley Lake these hot days; Electric employee. 8; Mrs. Elizabeth S. Andrews pervious years.Auxiliary .

have been made in the pro- "If we pass, we'll enforce It," -CD Director Frank Williamswas schools, prevent the creation of as the girls and boys head They seek the two-year un- and Guy Andrews district services will cost
posal: the chairman stated. given permission to attempt new segregated schools and (t->) for that cool water. expired term of late Clerk 13-A; Mrs. Ruby Johns, $144,800 including $98,000 for
"commerical"has leasing a car through his department achieving unitary, non-racial district 12 Mrs. Alphonso Jenkins transportation $44,000 for food
l 1) The work In other action at the mid- Charles A.17arby.George ;
: bad
thus reducing the cost, The scenery isn't service, and $2,800 for health
been struck everywhere In the month meeting Monday,the Commission school systems, the resolution Roberts qualified Tues and Alphonso Jenkins, district -
proposed new county law,making for both departmental and per- states.A either, day morning for the district 2 : 7.ingwhilelntoxlcated. service.
: I Income is derived
sonal use. He was asked to get Budget
the law applicable to all live- -Agreed, at the request of an opinion from County Attorney slightly altered version of uu_ primarily from various state
stock operations. !Hampton Lake resident David Theron Yawn. the resolution, but advocating sources totaling $2.4 million
2) Area required to be kept the same school assignment, SHERIFF AT $118,000County federal monies totaling $44,000,
chicken houses
mowed around
was read to the Bradford Board local monies totaling $460,060,
200 to 20 feet Because
cut from -
was of. Public Instruction Monday and a $15,517 cash balance.:
Catkins said, the greater Blacks, Whites Open night by Rev. C.E. Jenkins, pas- The $460.060 In local effortIs
distance would Interfere with tor of the Greater Allen Chapel but a small portion of the

pasturelands. A.M.E. Church In the Reno total $3.7 million school budget
Series Of
3) Manure stored for later Meetingswas section of Starke. He was accompanied WorkingOn Budget n, debt service, totals
use must not be exposed to the to the board meetIng $400,951 for 70-71 compared to

weather That. Catkins said,was Bi-raclal meetings are being pressed Into duty at night, by Herman Johnson of Law- $363,639 last year. It goes to
not made clear in the first draft held between the black commun- patrolling from dark to daylight tey, president of the local chapter retire the various school board

ity here and the Chamber of The office of Gov. Claude Kirk of the NAACP. The resolution issues.
4)) Authority; to inspect live Commerce to again open lines was contacted and Sheriff Red- stated It was offered by Budget m, capital improvement -
Is limited to
stock operations of communications Chamber officials dish was designated as in charge the Concerned Citizen Group $815,102 BudgetAn Jumped from $114,000 last

the county It would sanitation not be officer good on-for have disclosed this week.C of all law enforcement effortsIn which Johnson slad Is headedby year to $225,040 for 7071. Mostof
ly. both the city: and county. Daniel Bright. that budget Is planned for a
Just any and every county official of C officials meeting witha min-
In the
The Board noted
to be wandering over farm- group of 14 young black citizens Florida Highway Patrolmenfrom $118,616 Sheriffs Department would do a great deal towards offenses, new modembulld1Jig at Bradford
Lake City; and Gainesvillewere utes receipt of the resolutionat stopping the problem. compared to 69 cent In the High School. $180,000 Is budgeted -
Ing operations at will, Casklns ranging from 20-25 yearsof the suggestion of Board Mem- budget was approved by per
to that effort Including$80-
said. age, credit the two meeting called In to patrol city ber Charles county commissioners Tuesday Reddish also told commissioners pervious six months. '
Board Chariman Zedra Hamilton held so far with easing racial streets and are still on stand- night In the third of a series that purchase of a breatha- From January 1 to July 1, 000 which the school board has

thanked Casklns for the assistance tensions felt In Starke last week. by alert .. -...... of budget hearings. lyzer last year resulted In 95per of 57 arrests for DWI, 15 cases Instructed Supt Tom Casey to
supplied by the poultryand On Friday, July 17, the first .,..iIr' Figures estimated at the beginning cent convictions for driv- are oendiru, two were found not secure In the State Department
The tense situation began Friday meeting held with blacks 40 of Education cerUn-
cattle groups. He said the was r sessions last guilty; and their were con revenue
board will take time to closely July 10, when a group of and Chamber officials partici weeK were of the a work general --...-- ..... ...- victions,. with ensuing fines of cates.
examine the revised proposal about 125 black youths threw pating. A second meeting was fund $201,771 for road and bridge Budget IV, contracted programs
rocks at about 40 cars In the held Tuesday night with the same ; I, maintenance; and $126,703 In (Continued .on Page Pour) fund, is set at $128.000
Reno section of Starke. On Mon- five Chamber officers and board ,, fines and forfeitures; for an compared to $116.964 last year.
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-, day night, July 13, windows were and 14 blacks. '. overall of $815,102. That goes to finance various
(!fe broken on Brownlee Street In Attending were Mayor Carl it.. 4 Timber Firm federally financed vocational
I Reno ttt Volley Starling's Gro- Hurst Adrian Brown, B.F. Mi- .t.'...... :'., .1Ii fIIV Inltital departmental requests programs and pay for suppliesIn
cery, Sam GrtfnV Grocery, and zell, Mary Lane, Carolos Ford ., it needed to be reduced by $50,000to 4y certain areas approved by
I oVonJEtteTAPPRECIATION( I II the City Fish and Meat Market. M.J. Slocum, Carolyn Brown, '1' '; l. "- hold last year's 8.037 total Denied the federal government
: Gerome Pellam, Charles Saw- / ....... ,\. mlilage. By Tuesday night muchof Except for .8 mills of local:
I 1 1I Sheriff's According Department to the ,Bradford participants yer, Williams Lane, Julian De- '....... this had been chopped off, Tax Relief dollars which go to retire cer-

I o 1I, In the two Incidents were Sue, Levi Williams, Mac Bald- '''11l'' (', but County; Clerk Inman Green tain bonds, alj the monies In
teenagers. The Incidents stopped win, Anthony DeSue, Herman had not yet tabulated amounts.He rTr t' For the sixth straight year budgets D m and IV are from
I. I when Brownlee Street was seal- Johnson, Rubin L. Thomas, Bu- expected to have the figures Bradford County Is denying relief state and iederal'ourc.s.
I.I ed off through the area. ford Mitchell, Audrey M. Griffin ready for a final budget hearing of property tax assessments Only three school board members
I I II Melvin Davis, and Valara Monday, July 27, at 8:30: to Container Corp. of were present Monday night-

Warrants were also slgnea a- Jenkins. P.m.Commissioners America, timber firm which owns Chairman H.A. Lawson, Charles
galnat two teenagers, a black A resolution adopted by the heard Frank 36,205 acres In the county. Sawyer, and Seeber Goodman.
and a white, who became involved blacks of Bradford County was Williams, for Motor Vehicle Inspection The new Board of Adjustment The budget was approved on a
In a fight on the Wlnn- and Civil Defense; Don motion by Sawyer.
presented according Chamber voted
to unanimously Monday, July
Dixie parking lot Friday, July officials. Its alms are "to G. Roberts Hill and Freeman Register for 20, to deny relief to the timber $6,000 in the new spending bill
I : 11, started over a Confederate improve political educational, the Bradford County Development firm. The board! is composed of Is Included for salary for a full-
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nag flown on a car. Both were social; and economic status of Authority; Jack Trawick for sanitation school boardmembers II.A.Law- time maintenance man to workon

NIGHT t charged with disturbing the peace Bradford County; ; to eliminate QualifiesFor all Monday evening and son and Seeber Goodman and school Heating and alr-cow
I by fighting. racial prejudice, and to keep Tuesday evening they heard Sheriff J. McRae county commissioners Nor- diaoning systems. t supt. uase?

Sponsored By I On Saturday afternoon, July 11, the public aware of the adverse BoardGeorge P.D. Reddish and Dr. A.Y. man, chairman of the adjustment recommended that the board esn-

Bradford Nei about 25 cars of white persons effects: of racial disc rlmlna tion." Other Covington departments, county health presented officer. Asks School board, Ralph Bryan and Mrs. ploy such a person and said.. one
I t Jesse Chastaln. application has been r.ceteedandle
Service paraded through town. Accord- A list of 10 grievances was Budget requests by letter
W. Roberts, 39yearold under review.
I Ing to the Sheriff's Office, they submitted, some of which were Starke Insuranceman, qualified Comoromlslnff with the sheriffs Board Seat Container has contested Brad-
Civil Defense ford County property values since
Bldg. represented the State Rights Par- most reasonable requests, according Tuesday for the District 2 original request for a third Supt Casey: told the board
I July 30, 8 P.M. ty and were mostly from out to Chamber President county commission seat. man at the Jail and another deputy Julian E. McRae, 46-year-old 1965 Bradford, going won to the court suite in 1965-69.In 1965- members he had not completed

of county Mac Baldwin. ; commissioners approved Starke Insurance agent, qualified their requested line item listing
I Special Awards I Immediate cause of last week's Result of the first meeting was Roberta served four yearson $6,000 for another man, on the Tuesday morning for the District 67 and the 1968-69 suite are of non-InstructionalaalariM.
For Volunteer Workers the county; commission, rj\*>2- still pending In Circuit Court He to have that done
tension was attributed by the agreement to establish a committee condition land fills and dumps 2 school board post. promised
before John A.H. Mur-
Sheriffs Office and city officials of blacks and whites to 66, and was chairman one year. throughout the county be policed, McRae Is president of the Judge by next Monday night
Guest Speaker; I to Confederate flags being displayed meet as required to attempt to lie Is part owner of Harold and offenders charged, when Starke Shrine Club, a past com- phree. In Board Member Charles Saw-
Shaw resolve the C. Wall, Inc., local Insurance The timber firm a com- stated that at some point
Rep. Eugene F. at Mitchell's Drug Store problems presented dumping out-of-bounds. mander of American Legion Post Cleric In- yer
II t owned by Lester Crews. Sheriff In the resolution and to meet agency, where he has served as Reddish said he"needed most" 56, past commander of the Veterans plaint registered with the board needs to evaluate the
He and man Green, that Its pine lands
-Public: Invited P.D. Reddish said Crews had again on Tuesday, July 21. manager for nine years. the third man at the county; Jail of Foreign Wars, has been policies) wentuses to pay prtaclpals. -
should be valued
and at $62.40
I awes been asked not to display the The second meeting devoted his wife, Nancy, own oper- on weekends, and he could be trustee of the ELKS Lodge, Is acre and swampland at $5.45 per : .*
flags, but refused to take them tself to a frank discussion of ate Nancy's Flowers. used as relief man for depu- a member of the Masonic Lodge, suppUmente, above teacher salaries -
Tax Assessor Gen
Issues and the formulation Roberts Is a native of per acre. come in three a
down. ofa ties other times. Vacations,particularly a member of the Scottish Rite, ways-
(! The druggist also received mutual basis of procedures to ford County, born and raisedIn work a hardship with- and a member of the Episcopal Long told the adjustment board principal is automatically his
I l.mmunitlf i of his assessed values are $100
/ He Is a graduate
threatening phone calls. be followed In the future, according Lawtey. out an extra man, he said. Law- Church.A the highest salary level of
I Ia. To avert what officials have to the Chamber. Bradford High School and the breaking In the county; he estimated successful Insurance agent per acre for plnelands 'and $30 rank .ha receives $750 administrative

: _tAte ;4nh. : termed a potential riot situation The Tuesday meeting was University; of Florida In where business he Is "about one-third heav- In Bradford County for 13 years per acre for swampland, averaging supplement plus $3 per
marked by a "spirit of cooper- received a degree ier than it's been in the past. McRae has training in bookkeeping about$79 per acre. jupll.
--.....-- both city; and county law ation," according to President administration. Commissioners felt that push and auditing and Is a tax- Container's protest was the Sawyer pointed out tit the
aa"s. r" ... men went on round-the-clock Baldwin "It's a mutual thing "I feel tha-my previous ex- against unlawful dumping of gar- only one registered with the
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Morning Party Debra JohnsComplimented Miss Lynette Skidmore, Capt. Dyal

Given For TwoBrideselect Exchange Vows In San Bernardino

In Lake ButlerMiss
1 Miss Lynette R. Skidmore,

1 1 Mrs. R.F. Chltty; and Mrs. Debra Johns whose wed more daughter of San of Mrs.Bernardino Wyburn Calif.Skid-, "

11 H.M. Hatcher Jr., entertainedat ding to Patrick Henry was an and Capt. Thomas B. Dyal!, also
a coke party; Saturday morn- event of last Friday night was of Mr.
of San Bernardino, son
home of the latteron '
Ing, at the M
honored with two pre-nupUal parties and Mrs. Nathaniel Dyal of !
East Call Street, honoring last week. united In ;
Hampton Lake, were
Gladys; Mooty: Phone 964-7608 Miss Lynwood Brenda Walters GuInn and Miss fiance Melanie of- I.t On Tuesday evening, July 14, marriage in St. Paul's United 7 7a
Miss Johns was given a party; Methodist Church, San Bernardino
Society Editor Hogan, fiance of Bill Ed by Mrs. A.L. DrIggers, Mrs. at 4 p.m. on June 13.
wards. .. Clayborn Drlggers Mrs. Robert For her wedding the bride chosean
Mrs. Hatcher and Mrs. Chlt. ,.... Driggers, Mrs. Wilbur Brown, ankle-length dress of white
ty; greeted guests at the door Ward and Mrs.
# Mrs. Cleatus ,
over white taffeta, fashioned
and presented them to the receiving
Hay Y. Names at the home of
of Miss with empire waist, long
line composed
the latter in Lake Butler.
-' S.L. Peek Jr. flared sleeves, and train. The
.c' I Gulnn, Mrs. Mrs.
Guests by
were greeted
," :t' "" : mother of Mr. Walters, and Miss bodice had an overlay of white
Ward and presented to the receiving -
Chantilly lace, and small bou-
Hogan; her mother, Mrs. Jack
.s line composed of the
quets of the same lace were
and Mrs. W.E. Edwards,
r Hogan honoree; her mother, Mrs. Jerome
appliqued on the skirt, train, and
mother of Mr. Edwards.
Johns; and Mrs. J.M. Howard
Illusion veil.
Mrs. Randy Johns Invited The VierlingCrawfordEngagement Sr. and Mrs. Charley E. The maid of honor. Miss Kathy
guests into the dining room.
d 1 !fir refreshment table was overlaid Johns, grandmothers of the Pierce, and bridesmaids, Miss
ToldMrs. brideelect.At Charlotte Sperke of Phoenix,
tablecloth and the
with a yellow
the entranceway to the party Ariz., Mrs. Becky Morehouse of
centerpiece was an arrangementof
1'k room was a tropldary tree. A
Mountain Hydranges, yellow Pearl Gordon of Lake Gaithersburg, Md., and Mrs.
pink and green color scheme was
Donald Leif fer ankle-length
and the engagementand
chrysanthemums daylilies. Butler announces
carried out in the party de
Crystal trays held dainty; sand- approaching marriage of her gowns of pastel pink crepe, with
The table and
corations. tea refreshment
short sleeves. The empire waists
wiches and desserts. Mrs. granddaughter, Geraldine Louise
table held
Charles Darby served the Cokes. Vierllng, to Aaron Edward Crawford ments of summer arrange-flowers. featured decorative bows at the
Other arrangements of permanent son of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. back. Short, pink illusion veils
..."" Miss Paige Howard kept the
: flowers were used Crawford of Lawtey. book. and short white gloves completed ---_..-
throughout the house, In the family Miss Vierling is a 1970 grad- guest The their costumes.
hostesses the
Miss Sherry Woods room and patio. uate of Union County; High School. presented MaJ. Robert Lavoie,of Brandy-
honoree with an orchid corsage bachelor's degree In Aerospace
wine Md. served best man,
Those assisting In servingwere Mr. Crawford is a 1966 graduate
and two pieces of her chosen Engineering at the University of
Weds Mr. PrevattMiss : Mrs. L.F. DinJdns, Mrs. of Bradford High School and Is and ushers were Capt. Edward
sliver'as a memento of the Arthur Levenstein, Florida In 1963, and is now serv-
Don Neal with the Departmentof Dietz Capt.
Charles Hardy, Mrs. employed
occasion. Corsages were also ing with the U.S. Air Force at
Preston Dent Lee Johnson Capt.
In Jackson- ,
Jr. Mrs. L.
Mrs. T.L. Casey, Transportation
Sherry Louise Woods, presented to the mother and John Thau, Lt. James Lander, Norton AFB, Calif.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred N. Pickering and Mrs. J.E. ville. grandmothers of the honoree. and Lt. David Lorenzen. Mr. and Mrs. Dyal attended the
Misses Carol The wedding will take placeat
Hardy and Hardy
M. Woods, and Emory M. wedding and were hosts at the
The bride attended San Ber-
: of the bride July
and Gayle Hatcher. the home on -
Prevatt Jr., son of Mr. and nardino Valley College, and has rehearsal dinner on June 12 at
The hostesses the 31 at 8
Mrs. Emory M. Prevatt, all of presented and p.m. Mrs. J.M. Howard, Sr. enter- been employed at the Aerospace the former home of Capt. Dyalin
honoree with
a a
Starke, were united in marriageat corsage tained at a bridesmaids lunch- Corporation in San Bernardino. the mountains near San Ber
cutlery set.
8 p.m. on June 19 in the About 100 guests called duringthe Rehearsal Dinner eon on Thursday, July 16, at her The bridegroom received his nardino.
First Christian Church of Starke.
home in Lake Butler for Miss
J.C. Brown, minister of the hours eleven to twelve. uunmuUn
For Johns-Henry Johns and attendents.The .
r 1.1 church, officiated.
table was covered withan
p The ceremony was performed Wedding Party ecru linen cutwork cloth cen- To The Citizens of Bradford County:

c against a background of arched Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Henry were tered with a silver epergne and

I candelabra entwined with baby'sbreath For Robyn BryantRobyn hosts at a dinner party; last an old-fashioned arrangement of
I fern trees, and pedestal Thursday evening in the Pecan pink tea roses. Miniature cry- Well, it is that time again to exercise your right
1 baskets of gladioli mums, and Room at the Garden Restaurant stal bud vases holding a pink and vote your convictions for the one you see
4'r11!f chrysanthemums. Blue and white Kelll Bryant celebratedher honoring their son, Pat, and his sweetheart rose at each place best fit for the job. '
flower arrangements were used first birthday anniversaryon fiancee Miss Johns following card marked the seating arrange-
in the church foyer. Sunday, July 12, at the home their wedding rehearsal. ment of each guest.A It has been an honor an privilege to be a humble
Nuptial music was presented by of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. lei of pink sweetheart roses servant of the good people of Bradford Countyfor
Mrs. Mona Canova, organist,and Roy E. Bryant, on State Road Centering the head table was entwined in a silver chain from the past twenty years in the capacity of
Mrs. J.C. Brown, soloist. 16 East, with a party; for the an arrangement of pink and white which was suspended a sterling
School Board Member.
Y Given in marriage by her father family. summer flowers flanked by pink silver token from her childhood

the bride wore a gown of Attending from Jacksonvillewere candles in silver holders. Gar- teething ring was presented to the There has been much prayer and many hard
silk organza over satin A-line, Mr. and Mrs. George Fal- lands of fern interspersed with honoree from the hostess Miss decisions made in the past twenty but God
featuring a natural waist line pink and white flowers trailed
len and three children, Georgia, Johns also presented gifts
Glenna Sue Joyner, Leaton Morgan 111 and long sleeves. Lace applique Tommy, and Krlsty.Refreshments ; "* the length of the table. Bridal to her attendants during the has made our efforts fruitful.If .

I Wed In Baotisr!' Church CeremonyMiss extended down the front of the were served to place cards marked seating arrangement afternoon. it is possible: and the Lord willing I would
bodice, and was also used around the seventeen guests. of the guests who Included Among those present were Mrs.
the bottom of the skirt. The detachable the wedding party; immediate Jerome Johns and Mrs. Charley like to serve you four more years.
Glenna Sue Joyner daughter tapers and sprays of white car- train was of silk organza families, and Rev. and E. Johns.
James Moore for vote.
T. Titanic and
of Mr. and Mrs. Niel P. nations and smilax. :Mrs. Robert over satin with appliquesof Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W.A. Hogan.During Assisting In serving were Mrs. you your support
birth of daughter
Joyner, and Leaton Union Mor- Green and :Mrs. W.R. Shytle cut lace and seed pearls. Her in announce Victoria the Judlne, on a July 19-, the evening the bride- J.M. Howard Jr. and Mrs.Emer-
gan DI, son of Mr. and Mrs. the bride's cake. flowers were feathered carna- in Nor- groom-elect presented gifts to son Perry. Sincerely,
Leaton U. Morgan Jr., were united The punch table was covered tions, centered with a white orchid at the Naval Hospital the ushers.
In marriage Saturday, July with a white lace cloth and cen- and satin streamers, on a folk, Va.Paternal. Assisting with the dinner were
11, in the Madison Street Baptist tered with a crystal punch bowl white Bible. She wore a single grandparents are Mrs. Gene Norman of Jackson- Mrs. Bertha Pearce was vis- H. A. LAWSON
Church. and decorated with sprays of strand of pearls, a gift of the Mrs. Martha R.Moore and ville and Mrs. Martha Saunders iting her sister Mrs. Lillian
Rev. DentonSumrall performedthe mums and greenery. Serving bridegroom. Her elbow length T. Moore. of Lake City. Phillips in Lake City; last week.

candlelight ceremony,assisted punch were Mrs. Johnny Warrenand veil was appliqued with lace petals -- ---- ------ ----------- -- -----,- --------- --------
by Rev. Bob Cooper. !Miss Sue Ellen Smith. and seed pearls. ,
A program of nuptial music Miss Patricia Edwards kept The maid of honor, Miss Glen-
was rendered by Mrs. Mona Ca- the bride's book. da Alvarez, and bridesmaids, cEmAic MF0RT BY /
nova, organist, accompanied by After a wedding trip to South Miss Kay Norman and Miss Sherri I
Mrs. Eddie Douglas, soloist. Florida the couple is residingat Koahlor, a cousin of the bride,
Mr. Joyner gave his daughterIn Oak hill Mobile Village, Tam- wore sleeveless A-line, floor-
marriage. She wore a formal pa. The bride traveled In a white length gowns of aqua blue lace,
gown of Peau de Sole featuringan long sleeve shift with matchingvest with ribbon at the empire waists.In I I II
empire waist of silk organza and orange accessories.She their hair they wore blue bows
and long sleeves with cuffs of is a graduate of the BUS classof attached to tulle veils matching .
re-en jroldered Venice lace. 1970. their dresses. Each attendant .
Venice lace formed a high collar The groom graduated In 1967 carried a single yellow rose. I
with rows of lace on bodice and from BUS and is a graduate of The bridegroom's father ser 1
skirt to hemline. The chapel the National Railroad Instituteof ved as best man,and ushers were 11
length mantilla of candlelight Illusion Atlanta lie is employed by the Peter Fancher and Walter Pre- .
fell from a small lace cov- Seaboard Coast Line RailroadIn
ered pillbox was edged with lace. Tampa. vatt.Following the ceremony a reception ,
She carried a cascade of white was held in the Fellow- .
roses and lllies-of-the-valley ship Hall of the church. The I ,
centered with a white orchid. Buffet Dinner bride's table was covered witha II ,
Attending as maid of honor was For Prevatt-Woods lace cloth over blue linen and
Miss Donna Tilley, attired In a was centered by a four-tiered I 1 1I
floor length gown of mint green wedding cake, surrounded by
flocked sheer with empire waist Mr. and Mrs. Emory M. Pre- smilax Interspersed with blue I I II
and short puffed sleeves trimmed vatt Sr. entertained at a buffet carnations. Fern and blue car- I
with dark green ribbon.The head- dinner party; on June 18 In the nations were used around the I
piece was a matching double bow. First Christian Church Fellow- base of the punch bowl. l
Identically attired were the ship Hall honoring their son, Mrs. L.J. Kite Sr. greeted 1 I
other attendants, Mrs. Janet Emory Prevatt Jr., and his guests at the door and presented q
Moslowskl and Mrs. Ann Woods, fiancee, Sherry Woods, following them to the receiving line.
sisters of the bride, and Miss their wedding rehearsal. Cutting cake were Mrs. JoelR. 1 I 1 1I
SandI Morgan, sister of the Centering the U-shaped dining Smith and Mrs. Calvin Rich- ?, le,
groom. table was an arrangement baby ard. Miss Peggy Edwards kept I
Miss Terrie Mathews, flower breath, fern and blue pompoms. the bride's book. Also assist-
girl, wore a gown Identical to Bridal place cards marked the ing were the bridegroom's aunts,
those of the attendants.Lee War- seating arrangement for the 24 Mrs. Mansell Ayer, Mrs. Albert I I II II
ren was ring bearer.A guests who Included the honored Sparks, Mrs. J.M. Ed-
reception was held In the couple, immediate families, the wards Jr., Miss Betty Jane Mor- I
church annex where baskets of wedding party, and friends. gan, and Mrs. Ed Prevatt.
white carnations, mint green During the evening the honored After a wedding trip to Day-
mums, and palms were used. couD'a'\ gave personal gifts to tona, the couple will reside on I
Mrs. J.T. Lawson greeted guestsat their attendants.Mr. Brooker Road, Starke. The brideis
the door. a 1970 graduate of Bradford
The bride's table was covered High School and is employed at

with a white Imported cutwork the Gulf 011 plant In Starke. I Central Air Conditioning Increases The Value of
cloth centered with a four-tiered and Mrs. A.W. Landon of Mr. Prevatt Is a 1968 graduateof
,wedding cake. Balancing the cake Lakeland visited Mr. and Mrs. BUS and Is employed by the
were silver candelabra with white George W. Brow on Sunday. City of Gainesville.Mrs. 1 1I

vine spent. Bob the Farrior weekend of with Brooks-Mr. Your Home While You Stay Comfortable All Year 1I I

and Mrs. Ralph Diggs.



JOHNSDemocrat t every Thursday I
at 138: W. Call Street FOR ONLY - -
ForCLERK : Starke, Florida 32091 I ;. $62500TOTAL

Second class postage paidat
Starke, Florida I

In Subscription trade area Rates 9i: 00 per: 2 TONS HEATING AND COOLING WITH 7 DUCTS

$2.73 six months.
Outside trade area: fS.SO I I
Of TheCircuit
per year; 3.00 six month r .

Court r 1 FOR ONLY I
f SERVICE CATHOLIC SCHEDULE ChurchesST. I Financing Available To Meet $1 24900. 1 1I

A Qualified, Young Man 1
EDWARD'S, SUie> Your Budget I
Sunday Mass, 8 a.m. and I I II
9:15: a.m.Thursday.
Business, Accounting Background Mat, CM: p.m. I

Approximately Two Years College Saturday Mleaculous, 7 Medal Novella:

Office Supervisor 6 Years ST.Heights WILLIAM'S p.m.Keystone I Slade Gas And Appliances !

M Experienced In Serving The Public Sunday Main, 9 a.m. I
TCelnesdar Mats & Novena.

.. President, Employees Credit Union ST.7 p.m.MARY'S Macclcnny I 332 WEST MADISON ST. PHONE 964.7701 STARKE, FLA. I IeeeSe I Il

$194,000 In Assets Sunday Mass, 11:30 a.m. .

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Lt and Mrs. Henry M. Rich- Wayne Edwards spentlastweek \
arde and baby, Cathy; of NAS I
end In Frostproof with friends !
Albany, Co. are spending: a few and relatives.Mr. ,
days here with Lt. Rlchafde't
mother, Mrs. H.M.
and Mrs. R.E. Mathews :
They were joined Sunday Mrs.
by of Lakeland and Alton Mathews
Lyle Buck and children of Palat-
of Tampa were visiting Mrs.
ka. R.A. Newsom last Thursday.Mr. ,i,

Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Shytle. Mr. q} I
and Mrs. J.A. Pollet and son, IS GREAT
Nathan and TImmy, of Orlando; and Mrs. M.A. Payne had
Mr. and Mrs.John Pollet of Birmingham as guests the past ten! days, Mr. Bill G. Epps, VP of Community State Bank, re-
Ala., Mrs. L.M. War- Payne's; brother and slster-ln-- ceives l-II Sliver Clover Citation from Walter Pre-
law Mr. and Mrs. Harold Payne. ,
ren and children,LenandShawna,
of Dallas, Texas attended the and family of St. Louis,, Mo. and vatt, president of the Bradford 4.11 Council.
wedding of Miss Glenna Joyner Mr. Payne's nephew, Delbert
to eaton Morgan m on Saturday, Payne; of McComb, Ohio.
Community State Bank
July 11.Mr. Becomes4H
Mr. and Mrs. Breon Morseof
and Mrs. Edward Shealyof Vivian, La. are guests this Club Silver Clover Member
Atlanta, Ga. are spending a week of Mr. and Mrs. L.N.Pick-
few weeks at the Marlon Wal- ering.
ton cottage on Kingsley Lake. Community; Bank of Starke is The Florida and National 4-H
Airman and Mrs. R.G. Thorn- the newest member of the Sil- Club Foundations were created
Mrs. E.K Perryman and son, ton of Jacksonville NAS were ver Clover Club of the Florida to complement the youth work of 1
weekend guests of her parents, and the National 4-H Club Found-
Comer, of Jacksonville spent the the Cooperative Extensive Service -
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty. lion, according to Richard E.
weekend at Kingsley Lake. The National 4-H Club
Ehlls, Lakeland, State 4-H Bank Foundation operates the National 3UST LOOK' uiwrTRBDEO
Mr. and Mrs. B.A. Pope m. Cary Nazworth underwent surgery 4-H Center in the nation's capitol -
of Andrews Air Force Base, are in Riverside Hospital on Silver Clover membership is and conducts 4-H Citizen-
spending ten days at the Adklns Monday.Mr. awarded to banks subscribing ship, Short Courses, 4-H Leader YOU'vE DONE
or to the "Service
cottage on KIngsley Lake. more Forums, and the InternationalFarm ..
and Mrs. Dennis Blom of to Youth" programs of the Youth Exchange QFYE).
Mrs. Marguerite Corn, of Lakeland were weekend guestsof Florida and the National 4-H All In all, both 4-H Foundationsserve THOSE /
Lakeland, Is the guest this weekof her mother Mrs. E.C. Long. Club Foundations. The Community three million young people IN fiLL
Miss Madge Middleton and State Bank made its contribution throughout the United States.
Mrs. W.E. Middleton. Mrs. Fred Bennett took her during the Nationwide4H Nationwide chairman for the
grandchildren Greg Athena and Bank Campaign. conducted 4-H Bank Campaign this NICE CLEAN USED CARS
Mr. and 'Mrs. Burge Searing Tony Moore' to Salisbury, N.C. during October and November is Jack T. Conn, Oklahoma City, ,
spent last week In Chattahoocheewith recently for a month's visit with 1969 in Florida. Oklahoma. Conn is Chairman of 703: AND
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Grace Robblns. She then President Bill G. Epps cal- the Board, Fidelity National Bank ON THE NEW
Colle Nichols. went to Winston-Salem to spend led the bank's share In the 4-H and Trust Company, and a past I
four days with Mr. and Mrs. program an investment in the president of the American Bank I NAVE 7'0 NAVE
future. NJW WE
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith John Trahan. ers Association.The .
and son, Stephen, spent Sunday "Our banks are planning and Community; State Bank Is
afternoon In St. Augustine with W.B. Wilson of Albany, N.Y. building for tomorrow and It Is also on active donor and sup- SPEC/ilL USED CAIZ
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shimer and was visiting Mrs. W.B. Alex- our responsibility to plan also porter of the local 4-h programin IJ
baby daughter, Leigh Ann. ander and Miss Wilma Alexan- for the youth that will be part Bradford County I
der last week. of that tomorrow". -
Mrs. X.M. Smith and daughter
Terri, attending the Bolden-Hart Mr. and Mrs. George W. Arm- Mrs. Byron Mcintyre and sons .
wedding In Palatka Saturday itage of Lakeland were visiting Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Williamsof of Jacksonville are visiting her
night. Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Searingand Ormond Beach spent the week parents Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Du-
Warren Perkins last week. end with Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Pre, while their new home Is
Mr. and Mrs.Brian Hamilton Colson. being completed.Mrs. .
are vacationing this week at Lake Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett
Junaluska, N.C. were visiting Rev. and Mrs.Glen Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Tolbert and M.C. Stith of Arlington,
Lawhon in Sopchoppy Sunday. grandson of Charleston,S.C.vie. 1 -.. arrived Sunday for a week's
Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Matthewsand ited Mr. and Mrs. H.K. Davis visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jim
grandchildren, Kevin and Mr K.G. Duncan is residing over the weekend. Chasteen and family. Visitingthe
Mary Anne Miller, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. K.T. DuncanIn Chasteetus this weekend will
afternoon at Six fun Territory. West PoInt Ga. while recup- Mr. and Mrs.J.V. Wicker and be Miss Joyce Humphrey and
erating from a prolonged\ illness granddaughter of Belle Glade visited Mrs. Flo Kensall of Towson,Md.
In the Gainesville hospitals.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteenover
Mr. and Mrs. Loman Weaver the weekend. Mrs. S.M. Simmons of Rich-
spent the weekend with their Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal have mond, Va., is visiting Mrs. Bertha -
parents In Williston. returned from a vacation at their Pearce this week.

mountain cottage near WhIttier, .----------------- -. DO W Ac oLoAOcv
Mrs. J.A. Howe has returnedto N.C. Mrs.Dyal's nephews,James ,,9eg: OLDS ./Iovnoo. q8'oR P4SS
and John Casey of Fort ,
her home in Lakeland after Myers
spending three months with her spent the time with them and are I wTNVE ETfI1.j.STE S .P4. AkColRah' T v14vo
daughter, Mrs. R.A. Newsom. spending this week with their Bes.ttQ"alified
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs..T.L. NEa' QS.U( TIRE
Don Page;'Jr., who graduated Casey. ::y-.. ;jl'-: r' GcASs ALLY

West recently Florida from, Pensacola the University, is now of Sgt. Paul L. Miller left Sun- To Represent You poi'I I 0)Ow J.E Ie.. .Ii ;;; F 9S 0-0 rxe C/-'e 7 CA1 RAJ 7wA
day to return toHomesteardAFB
employed with the Duval County 0
Juvenile Court in Jacksonville after a three weeks leave spent as your DISTRICT FOUR I a s
as a counselor. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I II
Larry L. Miller. I
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Paulk, County I 1967 V tV SjJI1R{ E BACK / ,cj oe0 / '4N.e ..SooRERL
Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Mrs. Marc Jackson and daugh-
Paulk Jr. and daughter, Andrea, ter spent last week with her C-4/2. COPE Pa 3SC2694) / v
of Lake City were supper guests parents, Mr.and Mrs.H.E.Smithin Commissioner : vER/
Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wllllston. They were Joined i iI LOND US7 2///6
Paulk. over the weekend by Mr. Jack- /lLltJJ7i'E A157500 9ND4e ,

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AnnouncingThe CR.J.JE"T7 t)),<
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY SEPT. I II / %gRD m vsiirn Coop 19b 7 Dw'c

I Independent businessman, taxpayer and land usE wn &, cK fS fB112.
Broken Wheel I owner. Family ,man (wife and five children). I II 'ARK ;Jut? A f/AlYl. R/J
Native of Bradford County. Member Chamber of C /v tUER fiRES
Restaurant I Commerce, American Legion Baptist Church, utR y CLMAJ / .g89S00
I Chairman Bradford County Soil & Water Con- 7 S ONE OwJJE/G
serration. ONOwwEK /
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In Sept. 8 Democratic Primary wi77' 3cACk itir psP ? H pv Lr MomE bola .

Will Be Appreciated 7s ooI


Maurice Edwards Jr. \\F you SEE IJNE! you l-JIE 1SErTellNG /

; ( I T TO US WE'LL DO I T T"t7J / ) \

f1i Candidate For '
BA1'vhl ATE hNANt/Nr: -- :,


CLERK Of i TheCircuit Court BALDWIN lit :

I am 41-years-old. have been a lifelong resident of Bradford County. I would

like to make the following pledge to all the people of Bradford County -- If you

elect me your clerk I will conduct this office in an honorable, efficient, and lr. S. 301 North fnon '4-730U

business-like manner at all times, knowing; that as a businessman, taxpayer,
and as a father of five children that only through the efficient operation of our a, LIIH

county government are we able to achieve any tax savings to our citizens of or Liter Your Favorite Dealer"JULY

Bradford County.
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Runners Set Records In N. Tucker Cubs To Swim, March In ParadeCub
Jax Meet!
Scout Pack 513 will hold a.m. and will be followed by

Qualifies its July pack meeting at the a picnic lunch. J

Bradford runners established yard high's In 15.7 seconds, one- Region N qualifed for the hurdles with his record setting Activities began Saturday with Girl Scout Came Nevati at Kinas-25.- Bradford Pack 513 County will Volunteer march In Fire the I I
two1' ndw Intermediate Division tenth second better than the old AAU Junior Olympic performance and also won the the Junior Division in which A third candidate, Incumbent Icy Lake this Saturday,July Parade

records In the Florida AAU Jun mark of 15.8. Championships to be held In 120-yard low hurdles In 14.7 to Bradford's Sheldon Hodge,a BMS Councilman Neil Tucker has The meeting will begin at 10:30: Department .....thlsSaturday..
lor Olympics Track and Field Those two plus junior sprinter Miami on July 25. In that meet qualify In that event. student took second Dlace in qualified for the Sept. 8 City of - _.- .

Meet at Mallison Park In-Jacksonville Bradford boys will be compet- the shot put with a toss'of 35'3" Starke election.
on Saturday, July 11. ing with boys from Florida,Geor- lie also won a medal for his Tucker qualified last Thurs-
Larry Green set a new record Demo RallySepfember gia, North and South Carolina McRae.Contlnue third place 440 yard dash witha day, shortly after returning from
doing the mile run 4:50.4, Alabama Tennessee, Kentucky time of 1:05.2.: Junior Div- vacation, for a third term In
far better than the old mark of and Louisiana for a berth In the ( :! from Page One), ision competitiors will not com- his Group 2 seat.

5:22.1: as the leather lunged 3 national competition. The first pete In Miami.Intermediate. Previous qualifiers have been
freshman continues to tear up two places In the Jacksonvillemeet payer. incumbent One Wiggins for a OR ANY
"U elected promise
local track marks. Saturday qualified for the efficiency sixth term In his Group I coun- ADHERE
and Senior Division STEEL
and In the office at all
Jimmy Andrews, sophomore Democratic Party candidateswill Miami meet. courtesy" competition was held In cil seat. lie is a 12-year vet- TO CARS
BUS hurdler with a brightfuture. have a chance to present Dourias Qualified by winningthe times. the afternoon Saturday. Bradford eran. & TRUCKS SURFACECONVENIENT
set a new meet record in the 120- their pre-prtmary pleas to voters 100-yard dash In the Senior McRae was graduated from medal winners, other than those Billy Noegel, local car dealer,
at a rally to be held Thurs- Division In 10.2 seconds and tooka Bradford High School and at- who qualified for the Miami has qualified for the Group 6
day, Sept. 3, at the BHS football tended one year at Providence regional ECONOMICAL
second place In the 220 In 23.5 Y.M.C.A. Institute. event, were Leonard post being vacated by Councilman -
stadium. r seconds to also qualify In that Tom Nolin. Nolin,
Garrett with third purchasing -
a place fin-
lie is married to the former
Faces Plans for the one-shot political -
County event. ish In the mile in 5:07.5: (which agent for the Bradford County
Nlta E. Bitgood of Hope Valley
program were announced at Green qualified in the mile run Rhode Island, They have three also broke the old mark). Buddy 1; school system, says he will BRADFORD CO. TELEGRAPH
a Monday night meeting of the
Buying TaxCertificates with his first place record set- Paterson with a third place fin- not seek re-election because of
Bradford County Democratic children: Judith, 23; Cheryl, 20,
ting finish. the of his school du-
ish In the 880-yard run in 2:09.4.: pressure
and Jeffrey, 15.
ecutive Committee, presidedover Andrews qualifed In the high ties.
by Chairman Guy Andrews.
State, County; and District can -
For the first time since 1939 didates will be allowed five min-
the Bradford County Commissionfaces utes each to present their cases,
the possibility of having to the committee decided. The

take title to several parcels of speaking will begin at 7:30: p.m. FRI. & SAT.ONLY
land on which property taxes have / "
gone unpaid for over two years.
Ten parcels of land most of School i
them 75 x 100 foot lots without btrMrwoitstows

houses on the, have taxes outstanding -

] from 1966 through 1968, Budget. \ DISCOUNT
Tax Collector J.R. Kelly explained 7i v ,
to the Commission. The 'Continued from Page One!

parcels are ones on which the d I .rt I All Hn 11 ednesdaSunda '
property owner has failed to more schools are consolidated, I OIen<< ,
the more the-$3 per pupil will
the taxes. Tax certificateson
pay the properties have also gone Increase some principals salar- 11 I 'J 0 6 1'. 1I.I.
ies. He
suggested one method
without buyers public tax sales.
Under state law, the county would be to pay $3 per pupilup ,
to a limit, then cut the
must take title to the land after -
mount to $1.50 per pupil. An-
two years elapse without .
taxes being collected. For a private other method suggested by Saw-
citizen to own the land, yer would see a pinclpal's salary !MEN'S SHOUT SLEEVE
he must then purchase it from simply set by the school board. SPORT SHIRTSReg
Sawyer said he doesn't see how
the county at a price agreedon _
by the entire board. the board can continue to give To 3.99 i

Until the county actually takes principals percentage raises, Ladies
pointing out that a 10 per cent $3.00
title to the parcels, the owneror
any citizen can redeem the raise at$14,000 would be $1,400, DRESSES INDOOR OUTDOOR ITEMS

tax certificates. Since the com- what he termed a big jump. MEN'SSWIMWEAR DRASTICALLY OUT TO CLEAR!
mission has not yet taken'title The point was well taken,
Supt. Casey said, but he said
the clerk has
county authorityto Values To
allow the certificates to be one thing that frustrates regu- Reg. 2,99 KODAK
lating principal's salaries is that 13.99 $2.00MANY
redeemed. teachers } POLAROID COLOR PAK II J
earn more
Kelly told the board he has than their REDUCED AS 124
principal. "Not that
been successful In selling tax
I say that's wrong, but at the MUCH AS 75 I 0 OFF
certificates on all 1969 parcelson !MEN'S GALLEY & LOUD PLAID INSTAMATICOUTFIT
which taxes are outstanding. same time it puts it in a funny $2397
Clerk Inman Green said Mon- category, Casey said. Ladies SLACKS
In other action s 88
day that several of the certi- Monday night, $
the board r
ficates he recevled from the approved $17,000 pay SWIMWEAR Reg. 6.99
ment to TLW
Corp. of Atlanta
tax collector have already been
for sale and Installation of a

redeemed.Hopefully, all the parcels will new computor In the USO build- Reg. To 11.99 LAJJIES SUMMER Big 3'/j"' X 41"color '\ I t Kit includes cam $1488era
ing. $1,000 of the total $18,000is DRESS SHOES e
be redeemed before the county or black & flashcube,
has to take title. The Commis- being held back to pay IBM To 7.99 white prints In tery & color film.
b 00 $19.95 value
Corp. for installing the equip $
sion would like to have the landsin ment. NOWRea seconds. Easy to use.
the hands of citizens and on $3.00Ladies
the tax roll.

Roberts -
(Continued from Page One) LADIES
iContinueJ:! from Page One' ELGIN HELBROS

$7,039. In the six months pre- PANTIES
the board, along
perlence on vious to that, fines amounted to SANDALS
with my business and educational only $1,477, he said. The City; 4
will enable to
background me $1888 $11.88
of Starke has also been using Reg.

serve County the public's Commissioner best interestsas ," Roberts the breathalyzer, and Starke and FOR Reg. To 3-99
other cities in the county; using
says. the county; jail have added to the $1.00 values to $59.95 ,
He is married to the former
overload there.
Nancy /yllys of Hastings and $8.88G.E.
Budget planning this year Includes Ladles & Men's
children RIch-
they have three :
a five cent across- $2.88 & $2.00Ladies
ard, Brenda, and Scott. per models in handsome
the-board salary Increase for 17 Jewel watches fl ,
Roberts Is a member of the
county employees.<< The increasewas .c
First United Methodist Church.
approved at a meeting on
Tuesday, June 14, and is termeda Ai N
cost-of-lIving raise. GirlsSHORT AUTOMATIC
NEW The county sanitation budgetwas No. 7100 .
okayed' Monday night at
$42,757, which Includes funds Black & Decker CLOCK RADIO
for from the City of Starke and SHORT

state matching funds amountingto

MENHair Health$24,000.Dr.. Covington Department. presenting budget request the- SETS SLACKnSETS 'DRILL $1188] ] ; ,.

told of one secretary using -
her own typewriter as an '
example of how economically he Reduced To Ladies $9.66 teg. $16.88

Styling is trying to run the department. LJ

His budget of $83,113 calls for _
$26,091 in county funds. His mil- STRAW HANDBAGS
SalonOf lage of .569 mills Is to remainthe
same since his budget includes $4.00

$11,000 new state funds AMFMSHORTWAVEBATTERY
expected within the year.

Starke Plaza coming 600an Ambulance year Increase was service okayed from at for$15-last the 3 $2.00 & $2.99 & ELECTRIC PATIO TABLEReg.

year's $12,000, but less than -- .j I'
the $18,000 originally requested -
Hair Trimmed by DeWitt C. Jones.A $1988]
$14,971 budget for motor
vehicle inspections was tenta- '

Straightened tively agreed on and Frank Williams $29.95 value
Regular Cut noted that MVI incomewas *<* 79cRELIABLE
more than budgeted last GCIAL0 Runs lr

byAPPOINTMENT year and will probably Increase or Is electric on battery'with -.. C
more In 1970-71. ( c' built in AC cord
$10,000 was budgeted for re-

creation-- $6.543 to Starke,
if PREFER $1,013 to Lawtey. $815 each to

Brooker, Hampton, and Lawtey. 5-4-4 WEBBING 5'/2' QT.COOKERFRYER .
. 8 A.M. .. 5:30: P.M. The Development Authority asked

Phone 964-5030 for a continuation of the $10,000It FOLDING CHAIR
was budgeted- last year. Reg. $1.59 .

Ser\lnvr Florida i

wr' ,rile Since:: I 1J!>.'>0 $277 $777

eilorida creefing Service. One. BRAS $4.99 V'alueLightweight. p1 $12.95 value

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I but .j .iL2 Fantastic value
strong aluminum on this Popular
Mrs. Carolyn Cordially i

Representative Eaves: ,r I} Welcomes 99c GARDEN TOOLS 24"

Ph. 964-5812 You and Your ,

122 N. Bay St. Family to Your t-;,.." 590 ''PORTABLEBBQ
Starke New Home '( value ;

The State of FloridaIt I OR 3 FOR $2.85 '";.. .i>'i Choice of trowel, $4 97 !

;'.'. cultivator, or trans. .
Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and fantastic special purchase brings i planter.SPRINKLER. I $6.99 value '

To Ariuaint You With Your City.If you this saving! Padded and unpadded '

styles; crossyourheartstyles /

you are new in the urea, a phone ; adjustable stretch straps; HAND TOOLSour

embroidered cups; fine dacron ARTMENT STORES

call will bring you a prompt visit / polyester & cotton. A-B-C cups $4.99 $266value reg.

from }inn' local hoxlcsn. I Mease give '3240. value 660 36Many

her a call! 5>he has maps and many

WHILE QUANTITY LASTS! waters up to action 2200 Many quality tools
free and wonderful gift!' for you S4. ft. 4-types of available at this

from.'local: businesses.!' action. one low sale price.B.HS .

PAr.-v. I TFJ.F.GR-4PH: HIT V 94 1q7

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Mary Ann Barton Circuit Court gistrant. Should I retain an attorney he may assist you in tak- I

Crowned Queen Of JaxCofC to counsel me and advise ing an appeal. For an interviewwith
me of my rights under selective your Covernament Appeal
Tobacco Festival Gets 4 CasesThree service law? Agent, contact your local board

Answer: You may of course, execltive secretary who will set
MlsrfMary\ Aim defendants have been retain or seek the advice of a up an appointment. Government
ter of Mr. and Mrs.Barton Claude, daugh-Bar- Offers Help bound over to Circuit Court after private attorney If you so de- Appeal Agents serve without pay
and their service is available
ton of Jacksonville and niece of two waived preliminary hear sire. However, you may take
Mr. and Mrs.Olin White Starke ings and evidence against the advantage of the services of the to registrants without costs.
third warranted court action In Government Appeal Agent of
was crowned Queen of the 1970 A willingness to help Brad- Area Development Team, Com-
Tobacco Festival In HighSprlngs ford County locate and place Industry mittee of 100,Jacksonville Cham- the opinion of County; Judge Ther- your local board. It is his duty; Last year, the state of Florida
last Saturday night.She was spon- has been expressed by ber of Commerce. on A. Yawn. to advise you of your rights spent $431,000 on advertising for
sored In the DeWitt Homer Mosley, charged withpossession tourists -- about 2( a tourist.
contest by the Jun- Dawklns. chairman of the Speaking at the Bradford Cham-
ion Woman's Club of Starke. ber's first President's Luncheon'\ q- of stolen properly; .. ....
Miss Barton was first runner- on Thursday,July 2,Dawkins said : and James Lloyd charged with
up In the Strawberry Queen con- County; Fair this spring, and also the Jax Chamber's effort Is not so grand larceny, both waived preliminary I
holds the title of Miss Florida hearings.
test held during the Bradford selfish as It might seem,but add I
Rural ElectrtncaUon.L 1 Harold Dogan Smith; charged -
ed If he were from Bradford 'RII
with possession of a moonshinestill
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- --- County he would harbor tijJ
a cer- and possesssion of wort
tain amount of
; suspicion of the and mash, requested a hearing.
big city's overtures.The Installs New Officers It was granted and he was bound ...
VOTE building supply executive ; over Friday.CIC'.lh. :1ttf:;:>
pointed out, however, that even
I with Jacksonville's transportation Approves Plans For New Home GOLD FISH

for cultural, and medical facilities C
that some industries In l Ills
andSUPPORT don't want to locate in Jackson- W.B. Scoggins left) was Installed Commander acceptance remarks, i One Gold Fish Free with
Commander of American ScoggIns stated that erg i( t'
ville Some as -
proper. pre- some of the programs to be The Purchase of two
fer to be the Legion Post 56, and John
on perphery, out
stressed during the Gold Fish at regular
in the country but with the Jax Grew was named to fill the new Boys State Americanism year were Question: If I appeal an actionof 29
position of Commander's Aide school Price of
facilities and advantages near the local board may I appear ea.
at hand. at a recent Ladles Night Ban- awards, and the display of flags in person before the ap-
"Our attitude Is that anything quet sponsored by the Post at on all appropriate holidays. peal board?

In the area will help Jacksonville the new National Guard Armory. Past Commander Frank Wil- Answer: No.
ForCLERK ," Dawkins stressed term- Prior to the meeting and Installation liams was given a certificate of STARKE PET SHOPN.

Ing that "the new spirit of the a supper committee appreciation for his year of ser- .ee
Bold New City; %" headed by Post :finance Officer vice as Commander. Question: I have a question a- Court Street Starke
Bradford County has much potential X.M. Smith served a grilled bout my appeal rights as a re-

"many things going for steak supper to the Legionnairesand ..... ..... ..... .......... .......... ..... ..... ..................... ...... ...... .............. ...... ..... ...... ....... .... ... ....... ....... ...... ...... ....... .... ....... ....... ....... ...... ...... ....... ....... ...... ..-. ..-.
::::T you, Dawkins said. He offeredthe guests.
: services of the 35-member The following officers were Installed -
staff of the Jacksonville Cham- by Past Department Ser-
ber to the Starke Chamber, and geant-at-Arms Charles J.Schao-
Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown asked the local office to updatea fer: W.B. Scogglns Commander;
1957 Profile study of Bradford Charles J. Schaefer, 1st Vice 1 .r : III BowAhoui
County.; Commander; R.C. Dampier, 2nd v .
Candidate for Clerk of Circuit Courtof "We get a lot of Industrial Vice Commander; X.M. Smith
prospectssome don't want to Finance Officer; Richard B.
Bradford County, subject to the be in Duval County.; Oftener than (Pete) Witt Adjutant; A.L.
you think we send them your Crosby Jr., Service Officer;Clo- ;
Democratic Primary on September 8th, name," said Rlrgll Fox, executive dla Perry, SergeantatArms; I
director of the Jacksonville Kenneth C. Grider, Chaplain; _
1970. I feel 18 years experience operating Chamber's Committe of 100. John Grew, Historian and Com-

my own business qualifies me to President mid-year progress Mac Baldwin report gavea to mander's The Post Aide.voted approval of the <<

Clerk of Circuit Court. I the local chamber at the lunch- plans and specificatins drawnup 1\
serve as
your eon held at the holiday Inn. for the new home to be located fi
adjacent to the new courthouse M 1s
Conduct Office with Accomplishments listed inclu-
promise to
your ded securing Vogue Manufacturing property; on Weldon Street,
Courtesy and Effeciency and for the Co. which employes 50 per- and also voted to authorize the '
sons, the chamber's participation building committee to procede HomeLoan
best interest of all the Good People of In an environmental health with plans and contracts for construction -
study, the record-breaking Brad- of the post home.
Bradford County. ford County Fair, and a recently i I
concluded successful member- ttMi'I p
I will give my full time in serving the ship drive. Transportation L : I ?
Little progress was reportedon from its current five year budget -
people and taking care of the businessof the Chamber's main goal- Hopefully, Baldwin said, it L:.j
four laning the stretch of US-301 will be Included in the 1975-80 ax .

your office. between Baldwin and Callahan. DOT budget.. Mortgage Loans For: Pur. !
"We've worked real hard on Baldwin said that Nassau Coun-
Your Vote and Support will be greatly this and will continue to do so," ty; is showing little interest In chase. Construction or Re- I
Baldwin said, but admitted that having 301 four laned. The Brad- financing. I

appreciated. "I can't say we've accomplishedmuch ford Chamber's job, he says,
of anything yet." will be to show Nassau and the
He pointed out that the right- counties north of Starke how
Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown of-way has been purchased for much four lanlng the highway Funds Now Available For Qualified Borrowers

the Job and survey's made, but would Increase traffic


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prices of the year on every car we've got. First Federal Time and Temperature Sign on: _
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KtSSSSSSSSSSSWS::::;::;:;;'1: ::::::::: ::::*::--:::::*, ::::--:::: $:C:*, :::::::::::::::::';:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: In the Brooker Baptist Church.
SixthIn 1&'li. j1r: Growers OK Tobacco; Quotas Services Held Surviving are his widow, Mrs.

Nell And Activities From [|1 Inez Green; two daughters, ShIr-
NationalLinks By Near-Unanimous Vote For Earl Green ley, and Mrs. Linda Cox; his
THE RECREATION CENTER k I mother, Mrs. Mary Green; two
TourneyHarold Initial returns from a referen- In the previous referendum on At BrookerGeorge brothers Leslie and Roy Green;
,Mrs.Amanda LewIs
+S3M1 sisters
.... .. .,. ..,. _. -". dum acreage-poundage on flue-cured quotas tobacco In six flue-cured tobacco marketing three and Mrs. Pearl Markey, all-
quotas In July 1967, growers 54, of
Earl Green,
Hlshop of Starke finished The Tiny Tots enjoyed a trip states show 98.4 per cent of the approved..'quotas for the 1968- Brooker, died Sunday In Alachua of Brooker; and two grandchildren. -
sixth July 11 in the 45th to the Jacksonville Children's "' voters favor marketing quotas 69-70 crops. In that referendum, General .
National Public Links Coif Museum last Friday, July 17. for the three marketing years 162,314 votes were cast, of which Hospital.of Green's Gro- Funeral services were held
Tournament in Lemont, Ill. Since busses were all taken, starting July 1, 1971, the U.S. 156,601 ;j(86.5 per cent) were He in was Brooker owner, where he wasa at 10 a.m. Tuesday In the Brooker -
Bishop was the top Florida parents were askedKay drive. Department of Agriculture announced favorable i In a special referen- cery native and lifelong resident.He Baptist Church with Rev.
entry He shot 75-75-76-76- Jan Powell, Johns, today.Of dum held''In May 1965 73.6 per was a member of the Brooker James Temple officiating. Bur-
his sixth place finish. Vickie and Terry In New River Cemetery
for McKlnney cent of =9,880 growers voting Town Council for ten years ial was
He was nine strokes off the Yawn accompanied the group of the 128,490 growers casting "acreage-poundage mar- and member and deacon under dlrectlonofJohnson-Hayes
championship! finish of Bob Risen 23 young folk. ballots In the July 16 referendum, keting quotas In lieu of the was a Funeral Home of Gainesville.
of Gardena, Calif, a payroll truck 126,420 voted for the quotas and acreage allotment program then
driver who finished with a 72- The adventure was fun and exciting 2,070 against. Since more than In effect;,
hole total of 293 five over par, as well as educational.The the necessary two-thlrdsofthose The vote in Florida was 1,814in
over the 6,656-yard Dubsdread youngsters were treated to a voting favored the three-year favor a quotas,and 62 against.
Course at the Gag Hill Club.It film by the Museum which they quotas, the acreage-poundage DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
third time Bishop marketing will j e e e
was the enjoyed very much. quota program t
has entered toe) national young continue In effect for the 1971, An Oregon trailer park will
men's tournament and his best This Thursday the Tiny Tots 1972, and 1973 crops of flue- Incorporate as a municipality.That's STARKE
finish. He has made the cut each cured tobacco. (he kind of city to live
year, playing all four days. are planning of Florida.A a.visit to Mainland One of these lovely young misses will be crowned In, one you can take with you PHONE 9646200KEYSTONE
Over 4,000 young golfers were Junior Miss B.C.V.F.D. Saturday, July 25. Marketing quota penalties will on you vacation -
eliminated down to a field of 150 Bicycle Rodeo climaxed the L-R: Lori Ann Allen, Susi Allen. Marie Depoe, De. apply .to flue-cured tobacco mar- i L *
for the tournament. week for the Afternoon keted In excess of 110 per cent Apparently there Is some HEIGHTSPHONE
Group nise Gi.ssy' Ann Depoe, Stephanie Thomas, Cindy Cissy
Bishop is three times champIon of farm poundage-quotas, and
of Tiny Tots. There were prize being offered to the kid
of the Starke Golf and Coun- events in the 25-yard competitive Cindy Bryan, Tanimie Rayburn Peggy Sue Allen. price support will be availableto who sets .off the very last 47.1-3176:
try Club and has many area dash basket weave race, water Susan McLeod. Not shown are Tammy Barnes and farmers who comply with their peat-Fourth cherry bomb lathe
golf titles. pitcher relay, and a decorations Shawna Rowe. allotments. neighborhood. .
contest. -------------------------
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The camp* director* .. assure Stuart Randy Rayburn Corbin In out-pedaled a lightning i: 1. r 1 I II I

the parents' of 'the little! boy fast 5.0 seconds for the 25-yard
down the block that they dash win. Randy also placed firstIn h lade's II
won't know Mm when he get the basket weave competition. _
.back, which 1$ why the name I
tape sowed in hit clothes, Kevin Hamilton proved most
may be iaefuL creative as he pleased the jud-
ges' eye with his creation of

Going i H HHHBBMi Out HBBi :: SALE THIS is for you ? I

Of BusinessOnly ..4's. -


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Selling Days Left. ,: _.4_.. -r- I Exclusive Filter-Flo Does It Best! i

((: Mini-flasket Almost Washes Your "Delicatcs" by I

MUST SELL hand. Cycle after Cycle selection commands the $ I

l lpN I perfect care of your clothes. NOW 219 I

To The Walls -- Clean Out I Why Settle For Leas Than The Greatest ,

At Low Low Prices I 1 1

I G. E. -
C.H. Nasworthy I -

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I Play Second Fiddle" rl A '/
r ti o II bud I
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FurnitureI purple and blue.
This shuffleboard tournamentwas There is lots more fun and I Iexcitemenl
310 EAST CALL STREET PHONE 964-501 won again by Andy and Randy -'' -planned for the re- I *- Butter Keepers I Only fl'
Crews. Eddie Ryal and Mike malning two weeks of the. Tiny *Egg'Bin r
Sanders were runners up. Tots program. I Orange Juice Rark'' ;!d

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r-------------------------- I I ALT,THE CONVENIENCES $ "

I 1 1I BBS Distance I: Right At Your Fingertips 299 h%; _

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I / No Defrosting, Either ,

I I Men PerformThree I, I

DID YOU KNOW? Bradford High distance 1 W.T. ,1 -hbht h h I I

runners turned in excellent per-
I formances In finishing 12th, 14th, -I
and 22nd among high school and I
college competition Saturday, 1
iris UNLAWFUL . 1 July 18, on a grueling four-mile
I I course at Fernandina Beach. 1!1 51MAGIC CHEF

Running against some of the "

For Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fictitious runners southeast's, Leonard top college Garrett distance fin e.a o 0 :; AUTOMATIC or GAS I

I fished 12th In 25:10: ((25 minutes, r-r., RANGE
I 10 seconds), Richard Fill fin- I
Name Unless The Name Is Registered 't
I ished 14th In 26.13, and Wade > _

I Garrett a very finished tough 22nd, hilly In four-29.10on I-o-Ternp Oven, Clock, Timer, Oven Light, I
mile cross country course at Choice of Colors. Porcelain inside and
lead Jhiorida ofatv. I Fernandina Beach the evening ..-_ out. Glass in oven doors. We could go on S188 e I
of July 4.Twentyfive. : and on but nothing cooks like a modem

1 I ; runners startedthe I v.-- Gas Range. ,
first of five four-mile e-
"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to engagein vents to be held this summeras W.T.

business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, without part of North Florida's All-
Comers Summer Cross Coun-
and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the clerk of the try Track Program. Twentytwoof ; I I

circuit: : court: of the county: where the principal: place of business is, which Without the 25 runners exception finished., all runners I WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELLJ I '
said the excel-
course an
was I
registration shall consist: of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed
lent one for this locale. Coach
by all Interested persons stating under oath the name of all those interested George Loper reports. About 1 II
I 1-1/2 miles of the course is
in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest of each: and the fictitious: flat and the rest sand, dirt, and I

,' name under which: said business is carried on. Said registration may not be grass area.through an uncleared wooded Visit Our Used Appliance Department '

mode until the person or persons desiring to engage in business under a I $ 00
The race was won by Ken Mis-
. fictitious: name shall have advertised his or their intention to register said ner of Florida State University; I GOOD RANGEStg&Sfixyxf&fffim ee ea
I In 21:56.: MIsner is one of the
fictitious: name at least once: 'a week for four ((4)) consecutive: : weeks in some distance jJr
top runners In this a-
I newspaper as defined by law in the county: where said registration is to be rea. I :: ::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::: :;:::::::::: :;:::::::::::::::::: :::::: :::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::;:::::: :::::::::.., .. : ::::::::::::: : :::::: :::::::::: :::::: ::::::::;:::: :::::: :::::::::;:::::::::::;: :;: :::::: I

I made, and laid registration shall not be accepted: by the clerk of the circuit Order of finishers was: 1)) Ken I ;S::
I Misner FSU, 21:56; 2)) Mark }I f CORN BREAD SKILLET I NO.8 SKILLET I
court except upon receiving: proof of such: publication.: O'Brien. FSU, 22:35; 3)BobBer- I I ,
I jeron Tenn. Tech. 22.53; 4)Jack) .::: ..
I Castner, FSU, 23:08: ; 5)) Alton :::: ::' .;
I If You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than 6) :
Sizemore, U. Ala. 23:24: ; Kevin :;:;
I Murphy, Fletcher High, Jax :::: ,
I Your Own And Have Not Had This Name Properly Advertised Bch., 23:50 24:13 7) Bob Starling, :.:.:.:. <:::.: :: I. ",
U. Ala., ; 8)Herman Kooy- '', > f flai9
mans Englewood H.S., Jax 24-: '. 1 :',@. ,t, ,I
I And Registered We Will Give You All Necessary Information 28; 9) Frank Kooymans, Engle- "
I wood H.S. coach 24:40: ; 10) Tony :.:: ., :::'S:0; ,
I Kussmaul, 0, Pk. U.S., 25:01; :: 1." : '"
II As To.What You Should Do.miliiiiapl1. i 11)) Charles Johnson, Englewood ; '" : :;:) ,
I iI H.S., 25:08: ; 12) Leonard Gar- ::.::. :ih' tIi1':, :
.. ,! :: '
I I rett, BUS freshman 25:10: ;13))Gary .... J" --" :: ..:.::..:. I
I Gerand, Wolfson H.S., 25:11; :::.: "l-" :; ; ,
14) Richard Fill, BHS freshman, ::..:. I:: :..:..
26:13: and 22)) Wade Garrett, :: :::: ." ,
BMS seventh grader, 29:10.: $1.66 8
I .
"The excellent
competition $
demanding course brought out the 1 l I ,
; best In all three of our boys" i"j:;::: : :;::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::;:::::;::::::::::::: ::;:::::::;::::::::::::: ::: : ::::: :::::::;:::::::::: :::: : :: : ::::::::: : ::: ::::: : :;::
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Coach Loper says. "They did
an outstanding job. I'm extremely "
proud of them." '

Fresh. vegetables. fill the ,I BLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES I I'

tores and major league baseball I
reports I bumper rhubarb 33W.Mdw
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!,**......................................... ------------- served Sunday at 1:30, on the ton of West Palm Beach; .Clyda Viola Carlton, and one brother-,'
grounds. and Elva Hampton, Starke; ono in-Iaw Wlllard Carlton Starke?
daughter, Mrs. Catherine Jones 18 grandchildren, and 13 great-.
I HAMPTON $ j Community GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL New York City; one sister Mrs. grandchildren., t

By MIL D. E. Dm I kins Pastor. Services will begin ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;::::::;::::8::::::: :::::::::::: ::::::::<< z.-::= .
I with Sunday School at 10 a.m.

Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Parker for the Air Force. 1I II I Il I II Morning service service, 6 p.m., 11 Sunday a.m. EvenIng will- } W & D TRACTOR SALES I

Carolina.spent last Recent weekend visitors In at South the Juanita Sunday Pearsall to undergo enteredthe i'' News I I be members observed are as asked Trustee to Day.please All tr ,

Parkers were Mr. and Mrs. surgery on Monday.Mr. cooperate with the activities of Box 75 LaCrosse. Fla. Ph. Alachua 462-2628
James Parker, his nephew, and Mrs. Mike SIgnore, l I j By Elizabeth livens Walker J!I1 the church i OLIVER TRACTORS ..
whom they hadn't seen for 20 newlyweds of Tampa,visited here __
until he recently; movedto last weekend with his brotherinlaw --_-- --- .fa. .0 0 <::1 10 DIFFERENT SIZES I
Palatka. and sister, Mr.and Mrs.J.G. EBENEZER BAPTIST Church,
Mr. and Mrs. John Green and Broome. Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor.Thurs- I I
Susan of Jacksonville spent last Mrs. George Williams Joe NAACP MEETINGThe meeting ded because of cleaning the day night Bible Study. Sunday TOWN & COUNTRY GARDEN TRACTORS
weekend with his parents, Mr. Wiggins and Jessica Williams of the regular Union-Bradford monthly NAACP church. School will conclude servicesfor ,:: WITH MOWER ATTACHMENTS ':'
and Mrs. Jack Green. Saturday, drove to Jacksonville Sunday to will be held Wednesday Aug. 5, The annual Woman's cele- the day. Regular services 'c From 7 to 14 Hone Power with Gear or
July 18, they celebrated Susan's visit Mrs. H.B. Wiggins. bration will terminate Sunday, will be held Sunday; August 2.
at Elizabeth Baptist Church,Lake Hydro Drive #
fourth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Mowry and Butler. All members are urgedto July; 26, as follows:Sunday School .MT. ZION AME CHURCH,Rev.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thomasand family have purchased therfarm be present and on time. All at 9:30 with the following guest James Gilyard; Pastor. ;*: 2.
family were hosts for a north of the George Williams'and Interested citizens Invitedto teachers serving: Class No. 1, Services will begin with Sun- >
family; dinner and fish fry last expect to be moving in soon. I. attend, and become are a member. Elizabeth G. Walker; No. 2,Mrs. day School at 10 a.m. Morning Implements Sidewinder Mowers Holland s
week, with Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Brown : CHURCH ACTIVITIES Vera Dlggs; No.3. Miss Con- services at 11. Evening service, Transplanters Cole Planters ;
Melton, Otis Melton, Mr. and and daughters spent Wednesdaylast : _' GREATER BETHLEHEM stance Williams; No.4, Mrs. 6:30.: Visitors always welcome. John Blue, Ezee Flow and Others. {
Mrs. Clarence Melton and week at Anastasia Island, FREE WILL Church,Rev. Jarutha DeSue. Class No.5,Mrs. FUNERAL SERVICES
children, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence near St. Augustine. -. Jasper Williams Baptist Pastor. Mon- Gloria Jackson; and Class No. 6, Services were held for Mrs. :: Combine and Hay Equipment ;;;;
Hagan and IOns Mr. and Mrs. MAXI COATING Colorful day night, Choir No.1 rehearsal. Miss Willie Mae Alston. Morn- Alpine Berry Sunday, July 19, ca ,
Irving McConaghy and son, and Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Hicks and lions and tigers in pink blue Tuesday night. Choir No. 3 and ing service at 11 with Mrs. at New Bethel Baptist Church <<
Bobby Melton. children are in the North Carol- or yellow adorn this jungle- Ushers Board No. 2 held rehear- Louise Tenly; speaker. At 3 p.m. with Rev. George W. Lee of- REPAIRCalvin 1 |
Mr. and Mrs P.L.Estes moved ina mountains at Highlands fore< printed cotton gabardine maxi sal. Wednesday night Prayer Rev. G.G. McAuthor and congre- ficiating.
last weekend from the W.D.Car- two weeks' vacation. Their older coat. The side-fastened Dani Meeting. Thursday and Fridaynight gation will render service. The She is survived by four sons t C. Williams and Raymond Ilyal |
ters to their new trailer home daughter, Debbl, Is staying; with Juniors design has hidden activities will be public is invited. Dinner will be Eddie Lee and Claudie Hamp
near Fairbanks. her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. pockets and a matching mul- suspen- i:;::::::;:;::::::::-:::;::::::;;:::;;:::::::*:*::::::;:::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;;::::::::::;:::;;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::--i: :
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kennan Otto Hicks. fler.
and Mrs. George Kennan droveto At the Don Hills for Sunday
New Jersey last week where dinner were Mr. and Mrs M.R.
he was to leave for England Misner and children. Wendy and MID-SUMMER SALE !
Debbie Hill, and Elaine Deatuc,
all of Gainesville. s j sR Mh
From the Hampton Monocle, %' CcII
Sept. 18, 1942, published by ninth 'le
FLORIDATHEATRE grade of Hampton Junior High '
School (courtesy Mrs. Floy; Sullivan SHOP COMPARE I SAVE DiCtyUNsroass/
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"Our teachers this year are as Sar re *
follows: Mr. M.W.Morrow,principal QUALITY

Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Lois: ;Ditty Miss; Mrs.Edna Floy Dudley Sullivan, Miss A QjUANTITY FRIDAY/ & r 4rytrkkctt: ,
Miss Bryan." 116 were enrolledIn RIGHTS AT EAGLE !
Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 nine grades. ARMY. RESERVED SATURDAY I

FRI.. SAT., JULY 24-25 Ninth grade class presidentwas D/COUNT 5105(3
Eugene Hall, secretary and
A DISNEY treasurer, Ethel Mae Durling;

LOVE HERBIEthe John and Monocle Paul Wheelus.reporters Frelda included Bur- MEN'S PENNY LOAFERSSPECIAL MEN'S t LADIES' SUNGLASSES

little ton, Henry Loper and William PURCHASE Model "1000
Incredible car Green. MEWS DECKSNEAKERS Tricot lined for smooth I 20" 3 SPEED

inner comfort EAGLE FANS
WALT .. School Included Famous Maker Handsomely detailedand d Wide
: S Blades front
..( lasted in cordovanSi select
DISNEY '. ...n,:, an. electric bell so elementai'ypupils ; 1 a Nationally sold MS 6''. to 12 r I Ion of & back safety' I
could: be dismissed with c a for 6.9AT pill, baked I
the Junior high; a new drinking White andMEN'S stylesSAVE enamel 'finish
(!11K fountain for the lower grades; 4.j colors Strap handle
"and have built four new stilesso e Sizes 6h Is lit YOU SAVE 3 80
that we can keep cattle and E03MEN'S I,
hogs out of our school (grounds." -f>
TECHNICOLORAND "Thursday night, Sept. 3, a '

,aw.r.wn....., Ca national defense mass meetingwas 1 I 1 1i6 see how many
would sign up for the airplane slight ;
reporting. The tower will be irregs.
upstairs of the jailhouse and a PERMANENT PRESS Self-adhesive r
phone will be put in and a plat- r CUSHION backing EAGLE
form will be built around the Imp r' rat Pi WALK SHORTS Bright decorator

Jail for the watchers to use. It CREW SOCKS S Ivy styling in handsome colors to ELECTRIC
IT'v will be heated In the wintertime." White and colors ,I plaids and solids choose from
From the Hampton School Journal Il Sues 10 to 13 7 Sizes 2 to 42 PI* YARDMEN'S TABLE RADIOS
TOUGH Vol. I, 1947 (courtesy Mrs. pN' III' { YOU Instant sound
Floy; Sullivan}) ira hw SAVE Extra large ..r
Tb Bi ABARD News Items were about visits i_ 71t speaker. .
: made by Louise Adfcins, Geraldine YOU SAVE IOtIlI '
Starling, Lois and Muriel 3/100
Haley Yvonne Brooklns, Marel
Rhooen, Vivian Raley Janie Bell t3 Lr
Rhoden. 1r Model RS61
Mrs. Ola M.Perkins was school
principal. LADIES' 'i SCOTT II 6-46
Mary Emily Davis is a new eri>r
Monday Tuesday girl In the first grade; Vernon CELEBRITY PERMANENT SOFT-WEYE III
Slade wrote flashes" ,
July 26-28 Edwin Johns visited In Starke; )J :. PRESS DRESS : I _
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Mrs. Sweeney was a primaryroom Nationally sold at.
teacher h for 1.25 PANTS apkg, 1011.1 1
ItsGoodtime Famous Maker 2 ply.S o0 ,.,. 2 I ALARM
Glen Hampton School Journal Oct. 1 lv\ Nationally sold 10.00 to (17.00 sheets to s ;
r Never needs Ironing! ) CLOCKS
24, 1947: News Items concerned + S flatteringLADIES' I rolls
and 'Super Joe.., Jimmy Clay; Cole, Jay Alderman, styles Superbly tailored In the"' Scented Sweep alarmindicator
Frankie Loper, Earl Hoyt Martin Sizes 32 finest fabricsquality pastels G 5 sweep
do best!
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Theodore Durden. Sizes 28,. to 42BOYS' Bock Slips crystal

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Shirley Dennison and Milton El-
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OUNCAMPBCU. *KIM DARBY 2, 1948. Includes notes about
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; I will take my pipes and go now poor of sight. I loved him.
; each
tractors day
Many pass
-i all,
and go you
1 And keep all sorrow from you In front of my house and so

/ Or \Jj\ i and the dark hearts load; many cars. It Is dangerous to
Right rung, M l N I will take my pipes and go now, cross the highway old that Is
where the poor dog got hit.
pA1iD for I hear the summer

Census Is Disappointing; ; t a-singing And you as will I pass hear along the pipes the for I will Bible not School be playing this the I

J have played for several years.I .
road. -Donn Byrne said at first I would try, thenI
came to realize I could not
not necessarily so. In most cases lwp get to church In the heat, and
If citizens of Starke are disgruntled The above verse from a poemI
only one person in a household has 1iD 24 play music without getting sick
results of the 1970 census e : r used In my column years
over contact with the census tabulation when I know I was leav- at my stomach. So one by one

crediting the town with a populationgain either in the form of a questionnairewhich ... .' '-', ..,. .... ago ing Florida to go to the stateof as we grow older we have to
of three during the past decade, .. O. give up work. I can still pray
is filled out and mailed back ..... --- Nebraska to visit Don
we have lots of company. interview with : .-J\l: Mohr, the man I married. I for many and I give New Tes-
or by personal a census Ya14! I+I!! ;;';:-"JI;;"S.w"L.'ac:; t'oo '- :a. felt a tugging at the strings of taments.
taker. The census obligation is Was so happy that one of my
The Census Bureau counts the population fulfilled if only one adult member of New addition to Hercules repair shop here. A third new repair my and heart Clay dill to leave I pupils had a former pupils Shirley Padgett,

every ten years and then prepares a household answers the questions for bay IS 'Ithinr.Ir..ule.; promise that I could teach Clay sent me a birthday gift she had

itself for anguished shrieks of the entire family. If* Hill again the next term begin made at the factory where she
disappointment when results are re i ning in August if I so desired. works In Jax. It was a gift of

leased. It is hearing them now, from But when a whole household feelsit But I never returned, as I mar- envelopes seven tablets to match.all colors She lives and 100 at

all parts of the country. was missed-- that is a different itjJ ried Somehow and got this busy.afternoon I can Clay Hill In a new house with

matter. Some families that weren't still feel that I am still going Howard her husband and two
Congressmen are denouncing the contacted by census takers may still somewhere with my pipes and sons, one 16 In high school and

census on the House floor. Newspapersand be holding filled-out questionnaires.The long for people to hear me asI another 14, Jr. HL I am so
radio stations are conductingtheir Census Bureau urges such familiesto I f pass along the road. In 1946I proud of them. Howard also was
pupil. How wonderful to
own campaigns to uncover any mail the forms to Field Division was young and strong, could my now
: l) s ,- do lots of work and did just have been a teacher. I still love
noses that went uncounted on April 1. U.S. Bureau of the Census, Washington, that. Don being a mortician, I my pupils and have wonderful

Many mayors and chamber of commerce D.C. 20233. The household address helped him in his work and in memories here alone.

officials are demanding complete should be written in on such forms to the following years I learnedand HELPFUL HINTS: If you do
recounts, and in one location, facilitate handling by the Bureau. 4 passed the exam for a funeral not have a poetic cover for your
good dress hang In the closet
a group is actually suing the Census 'ij1IL director. .
So many changes since the try putting an old pajamatop
Bureau. The Census Bureau is making every sunny day I left Florida and over the dress and button
effort to count everyone in the Nation Clay Hill. up. Is your kitchen sink too
Officials and citizens of Starke were and will continue to do so until the 1970 As I look back down the ave- low when you wash dishes? Turn

surprised and shocked when preliminary Census comes to an official close nue of years, it is just a sam- a dish pan upside down and put]
showed gainof ple of life. There have been your pan on that.PINEAPPLE .
census figures a
later when the Secretary of Commerce UPSIDE DOWN
deaths, new babies, moves from
only three persons4,806 in 1960 turns the final count over to the Presi one state to another, lots of CAKE: 2 tablespoon butter or

to 4,809 in 1970. dent. happiness and some sorrow and oleo; 1/4 cup brown sugar, some

tragedy. That Is life. Now my slices of pineapple. For batter,

Other towns in the county fared In the meanwhile, if City and/or pipes would play the song of 1-1/2 cups biscuit mix. 2 table-
slightly better; Brooker increased from Chamber of Commerce officials have life, learn to live and smile. spoons Crisco; 1 egg; I tablespoon
To know that for Christians sugar; vanilla 3/4 cup
292 to 348 from 340 to 379
; Hampton ; evidence to indicate that a significant everything that happens to mile.
and Lawtey from 623 to 635. Neighboring number of citizens of Starke or Bradford is God's plan and for our own us Melt In a pan at leat 8x8

Keystone Heights increased County were not counted in the good. lie who loves the Lord the butter low heat sprinkle In
from 655 810 in the all that the brown sugar. Lay slices of
to ten-year per mail-out, mail-back census a formal happens is for the best.
iod. Green Cove Springs, however, protest should be filed with the Census Although I wept long when my pineapple now and put a cherry
in each I
rtJbtlJ husband was killed on the high- center. use BIsquickIn
was unhappy with a decline of from Bureau.
way eight years ago, I now am bowl add sugar and Crisco,
4,233 to 3,804. -, '-- -- reconciled to the fact that God vanilla and half of the milk,
While it is true that many personsare let that happen perhaps to makeme beat well 1 nlm. with mixer
While the natural reaction is for reluctant, or even incapable of ',f a crawler turn to Him and learn to add 1/4 cup or rest of milk.

patriotic townspeople to express disbelief filling out the forms which were mailed ir:1f.!:! i ;II-',\. ,,i.ii'( '! tlaircon, Mtviiin Hercules employee. understand and read the Bible: Pour this over the pineappleIn
to pray as I have never learnedto pan. Bake 35 min In medium
of the disappointing figures, we out supposedly to each household, there pray when so busy. I have over. When done, let stand one
must face reality and take stock to see was to be a follow-up of any forms not HerCllles learned to live alone and be minute, loosen around edges and

if an error really has been made returned, and presumably this was Expands happy, to enjoy my morning devotional turn on a plate.
or if the figures..cold and unencourag- done. and I feel I cannot Very hot here today. Cod bless

ing as they are. reflect the actual start the day without my hymns you all,
and Bible reading. -Love, Lura
facts. Anyone who is sure that he was Now this next month I will

not counted in the census should make Repair Shop Here be 73 years old. I live on borrowed Vet News
Although we naturally like to think
the matter, known before the final time. These now are my ,
of our community as growing and can happiest because I
census report is made after which years ; love Commander; till! &coggins, of
point to numerous new residents who there will be no chance of getting the Jesus so much. I am ready to American Legion Post 56, reminds -
have moved into our midst in recent figures corrected. A gain of three is moved to Brunswick, t>a. In secondary operations, the go home to be with Jesus; to veterans that a number

years we sometimes lose sight of the certainly nothing to be proud of, and been,\ 88 completed:! ,UUO expansion: at< the lleruiles las liivt He liiunswuk plant of Hercules primal products- rosin, tur- God sing, songs from ,morning to praise until Thee night., 0 of World War D and Korean
Is the Id'sluigust
many others who are moving away; so could raise its total to ; Incorporated pentine, and pine oilare made Yes Conflict veterans still have GI
even if Starke Inc. repair shop in westlal'l l', producer of rosin, turpentine Into finer grades and often into life with Its work, its sor- home loan entitlement remaining -
it "s entirely possible that the net over the 5,000 mark it would look doubling Its capacity: ) and pine oil. It is also quit different materials having row, joys and tears, has been .
gain is very lIttle if any. much better in the tabulations.But The 1 Clarke: shop now dues ma H>I' a leading paler)i size plant a special: I properties. A varietyof worth all the things I now look If their deadline date has not
work all Ilorcules'stump forward to.
rcMh| on substance made from gum which complicated processes is used yet passed, they are eligible to
Certainly is indicated removing; and hauling u- mulcts Hater slick. such Right at present we begin to participate In the GI loan
no great growth rather than bemoan our slow as hydration, dehydrogenation need program -
qulpnu'iH phis the "> ikon( has rain. But
'JI. as yet the
'He huge HrunsnlLk facility chlorination, air oxidation, corn "It should be remem-
by utility services, which remain growth, we should seek out the causes been enlarged in (the, last ear extracts rosIn liom mo stumps fields look good, as the corn bered
snnoaflcatlon, however that eligibility
about the same today as they and do what we can to correct them. to also rep| ,h' crII| ipmcnl.|. ) ul on- of the long-leaf pine tree which and disproportionate. in many fields is waist high. for all WW Q veterans will expire -
were ten years ago, and the numberof One cause of course, is the simple tractors toheir '\d l, .. once covered a vast t area from Stumps needed to feed the The soy beans are up and grow- on July 25, 1970 unless
qualified voters in the city, whichis fact that newcomers and would-be residents the shop !hn:>, berry, ii .:Ye"Iced .\oith; (t.u; olina, Georgia, and Brunswick plant come from and ing I fast. Wheat is golden ripe Congress again extends the dead-
from three In i\i rpaiJ' bass saw field
also practically the same as it cannot find the type housingthat in Florida, westward to Texas. woods tamps maintained by Hercules had been yesterday that line," Scoggins said.
In Iniiltl-up
a gradual opened
was in 1960. preparation Slumps still arc to be foundin and from 50 to 60 independent by a combine. World War n veterans still
they desire for a homeso they for tin simp l'\lnnllon" Bradford Count)'. Present buy- contractors. The first crop of hay from the having available entitlement and
move on.With nccoidiiiK \tooofl\ ', tvlneciCieorge ei isrthur !Heivett, a :24-jear! foresters, such as Hewett, alfalfa field has been harvested. Intending to purchase or con-
In the meanwhile Census Bureau I Peesthe" sunder of Hercules veteran, ctincntly\ being highly skilled In estimating the My grandson was putting the struct a home should take prompt
officials are trying to sort out the complaints the activation of our Bradford employees has goer ,t"p in the kidded b\ Reese about the number of stumps to be found bales in the barn loft last week action in submitting an applica-
and make corrections where County Housing Authority this week, past year liom wand rl I 'In 22 and, Including lady who phoned !Hewctt! offering In ofl field! cruise stump area. when I visited the farm. Gar- tion prior to the deadline date
lIne buyer: 0110 three slumps and wanting to know Even though the stumps frequently dens look I nice and my grand- Scoggins said.Necessary .
errors are actually found.
it is hoped that this obstacle to nfiuc' In
growth cruiser who"Iso Imi
il ,she had lo deliver them or l hidden from sight in the daughter has had green beans
will at least be partially remedied during the repair\ shop. if Hciculcs would come get them. tall grass, they can estimate now before the 4th. Across the 1.-1 V Alarm papers 26-1880 are:Request
Some of the confusion concerning the next few years. Fortunately, Reese who !lives In Keystone Some :200! ) I Hercules men are rather closely the number of street the daughter came home for Determination of Eligibilityand
whether or not an individual was the census will be taken every five Heights, heads III'| the otx'radun located at woods camps In Georgia stumps on the land. with a new baby boy for her Available Loan Guaranty

counted last April results from a years in the future so we will not be here.I Equipment comes ,10 surke l< for Florida, :and the arollnas. \n experienced! stump pusher mother to care for. I am expecting Entitlement.
basic misunderstanding according to The Brunswick plant employes riding a crawler tractor can two new great grand- Discharge Separation -
stuck with the 4,809 figure until 1980. haul fn .r.II'MIIII papers
major 0'(1 >m If. ) babies. One
1,000 persons l\iv roll at thecaml' detect a buried stump by the now anytime, and
usually 214
the Form
Regional Census Office in ,
as Fort hers, 2712; miles and
$1| million another in October.
amounts 10 a feel of the track. They make (,Statement of Service) for each
We will have chance as far north as \vhlte\ille\ N.t',, and $!) million at me so happy and
a to redeem year a year A relatively new method of so many darlings period of active duty.
Some people think that because everyone ourselves in 1975. Let us leave no woods 450 miles :i IIV\in\\'./Hi Ilrrute., ,\ has Drunswick, .1 total of over Sit) splitting stumps has enabled Hercules to love. That will make Due to the Loan Officer being
must be counted in a census camps o itopiic- million Hut( the naval stores to in recent to me six great-grandchildren. located In
stone unturned to insure that greater es plus \lunl\s i I"i, ner s i tFOlkstonGa.I ., go years As the VA office in Jack-
must be operation is orals one phase of smaller tractors than the huge I grow older I find I loveso sonville
everyone contacted. This is local veterans are urgedto
is five from
growth reported years now. 'u uIi> srldlt.; I 1,1.> Ileu'iiles
Incorporated. many people and
OS's. Splitting the stumps allowed animals visit that office If Interested
and St. CloudI I 11,1. i :"n 'osi put
In IW9 Hercules paid! $;,tJ6I- them to be pushed a partat birds and everything In this world in a VA home loan. The office
of the stump ithoxin I is now 000( for lfiii> carloads of the time God made, so when the old stray is located
in I Florida nun! ; tint the at 311 W. Monroe St.,
eeell'> i, I
dog had been
stumps S3'iOOOOn' for freight The Hercules company has 41 feeding got killed In the Post Office building.
company Is expamliin: inndie $124,0111):; ) in a tea tixes, and major plants in the United States in front of my house, I had to Further Information pertaining
Carolinas S1.3I9.OOU I : ()() for materials and services and 30 plants In 17 other coun cry and cry. He could not see to this or other VA matters can
Besides wo I ; ties. Some 33,000 employees help appe be provided by the Post Service.
own, HetcubsrLIItit: i ( ) << ( rt( imuli I '. tite
LifeNo was good. He
Enjoy private conn ictois. product more thanl.OOOdifferent let me pat Office Al
of Its stumppajro/ wish i Private\ Individuals Primary operations of the products for approximately his head, but he did not want 9645074. Crosby phone

and firm,. Brunswick plant, which produces 10,000 customers. :Nearly all of to stay with me, but with John
matter how It is anticipated that additional around (100 products, produce these made Into nj down the street who had a
humble programs
the circum- them designed to help the"little"
are those who enjoy their work. heavj equipment mcrhmlcs,! rosin, and pup he liked to
stances turpentine, pine oil, finished products under other romp with. He farmer and
nor how difficult their will be needed lo (he during
tasks Another part of the answer is that .. expanded tluouKh wood grinding, extraction brand games.l reminded me of some poor old time, the number of small farmers -
and work, some people enjoy life im happiness is a state of mind, a philoso- payroll faiilillt.for the; Staiko hcie. employees (Trent/ refining and distillation.Farmers person, hard of hearing, and has continued to droo until -

mensely. Others, living in luxury with phy of life, a relative thing. It cannot be is $165 Out) innuall\ Supplies ;; today there are mighty!; few

little work or responsibility, are miser- bought but must be learned, and service PUI'c'hai"ed i" In of them left. Looks as It they're
able. How does one explain it? ciated and appre- the surrounding Iran ui'ottnted Diaryvlty being "helped" out of business.
usually, earned. That we
One part of the explains to $230,001)) In l Wf\l.)!\! suppose there is a moral
that answer is obviously why so many simple people, us- The I rep.ill shun 1 U: itiultuid \\\ith tobacco markets sche- somewhere In that thought, but
money doesn't automatically ually with Christian values, live happy to handle mam tenon" (' "..n :all duled to open this week, b> now In terms of revenue. If there is it escapes us at the

mean happiness. Another part of the lives in modest surroundings, lacking types of heals eriuii;,ment, even the g'rowers111 have an Idea moment

answer is that the happiest people are so many of life's luxuries. They are not big 1 1)8 Caterpillar n',wlcrs. of the prices they will receive i 0 .
people who work and the A majoiltv ut the repair workis for this ear's crop.s a rule, I
of the
unlucky ones. --ExchangeThe done tu Crawler,: \ iiiipinem the farmers test the market at Berries held the top spot for
used to pus I. and! i tool. :1 stumps. this time with offerings of aver- w many years, but the uncertainties Now that the qualifying period
Undercarriage" t 1'<.cl 101 mution, repair age grade leaf to check prices connected with that crop, for county offices has expired
of tracks, toilers, and Idlers before sending In their choice which could result in financial a Clerk long race for Circuit Court
Bradford County Is a major part of the tobacco. Earlier reports indicatea failure after a long long grow- Is prospect, with the
repair operation. \ tractor wears good volume of good quality ing and marketing season, have likelihood that It will be settled
TELEGRAPH { out several sets of track! and tobacco has been produced. turned a number of berry grow only after three elections. We
1 rollers in a eai's time, Reese By Sam McGarvey ers Into poultry producers. refer, of course, to the two
ESTABLISHED 1879F. says. .. Democratic primaries which will

$ A track press, is used to add city clerk, said that nearly 20 4 probably be required to settle
t&FZBss Mz &KF hot metal to worn pins and bushIngs The weather has run true to were gathered on the dock, whenit that nomination and to the general
dhAlible; "" another machine builds up form In ,the past week, with just plain sank! down in the An interesting battle has been face election when the Democrat will
MIMI(a I find delight in thy rollers with new steel ,\ track welcome showers bringing relief water. She said there were no going on in Congress over the a Republican. AU we can
ESSAs commandments.Psalms my ( build up machine, until a few from temperatures up in injuries, and that her pocketbook large payments made to food say Is-may the best man or
FLORI A years ago one of few In Vorth the 90s and more humidity than was recovered the next companies, banks and Institutions woman win.
119:17): ) florida, ndds metal\ to the railson we need, to say the least. One day by divers. as farm subsidies for not
s oIc T ON Divine order in mind, body the inside of tracks. The ma- afternoon, the thermometer at growing crops. A target for critics 000In
and affairs means freedom chine does the work of five weld- First Federal registered a sizzling 1 has been the eight payments
from negative thinking. It ers.An 97, and after seeing that, of more than $1 million annuallyto a plant our entranceway, we have
means that our minds are Inventory of parts for all we really were hot. Speaking of celebrations, the food companies, In view of ing called the night-bloom
peaceful and poised. As we kinds of trucks and crawler equipment poultrymen of this area had a the fact that that the programwas taculare cereus which! produces spec-
L, MVTTHKHS. affirm this order allow the loti'nii-'! 1 thousands of 000 big time last Saturday night when designed to help the small blossoms which last fortry
Editor-Publisher we only one
dollars, aisc/ '" in ; they held their flrstannualmeet An to remem
1 Kept t.irke. farmer. effort Is being madeto the
Fnblinhed each Thursday and entered tm Second fullness of all life, all light and The repair ihup was moved There was a big turnout at ing at the Ag Building with Com- limit payments to $20,000 to ber to watch flowers as they
CUM Matter at the Pod Office at Starke, Florida all good to come to us. Let m here from vV.i.vcross, Ga. In Keystone Heights for the July missioner Doyle Conner as the any one Individual or company. develop and then to be sure to
under Act of March 3rd 1879. accept the idea that God. is: 1953. It took a year to find all 4th celebration, Including an scheduled speaker. Poultry production all see too them as they emerge, but
S b. ri9tlon la trade areal 1 year 13.00: OuUide working in end through us: and the parts after the move. overflow batch of spectators on has grown tremendously often we miss out. This
trade arm 1 v Nr, ft,SOt that His good is being established : Main oftlce. ,>f the Hercules the Homer family dock on In this area during recent years alert season we are determined to be
as the
: in our lives wood departm ,it WP -* '. it ri 1 ake Geneva to watch the fire-I and must by, now be the county's Since we can remember there the flower U one of
_ .. ,. most beautiful
V N* trt, '"ntt-, h1), < h >en a long, succession of sights we've
ver seen.

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.. Bill Powell William JewelryStarke's Doyle Conner Mutual Lumber Co.,Inc. Parts Service Co :
Insurance Agency 301 South of StarkeP
Jeweler Of Starke .
Your Nationwide Insurance Man Largest Quality
e Wells Appliances Harold C.Wall,Inc. Plaza Barber Shop D.Reddish,Sheriff \ Billy Noegel's Auto Sales :
Sales and Service Fire Insurance Gayle's Beauty Salon Stuckey's Pecan ShoppeShuford's Starke Builders Supplies, Inc. .
Mallard's 5 & 10 Cash&Carry Tires,Inc. Denmark Furniture Co. 66 Gib Brown Service Station :
: Terwillegar Ford Colonial Florist Lawtey, Fla.
Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds Inc.Faulkner's New Method Cleaners e
Starke Fla. Suwannee StoreJ. Gulf J. W. Waters Grocery & Market :J11 N Temple .
Lawtey, Fla.
e Durrance Pump Hardy Auto Sales And U-Haul It The Branding Iron Restaurant :
Tatum Brothers Lumber Co.
1011 Temple Ave.
& Felix Sullivan
1320 N. Temple Detty e
And Supply Company Lawtey, Fla.
e Inman D- Greene Town Finance Co. Bush's Tackle Shop ..
Loans To $600SearsRoebuck L. B. (Red) Alvarez Everything There Rut You
Longhorn Restaurant J. M. (Buck) Norman
Co. Nancy's Flowers Hurst Wrecker Service
Foster HayesGoodman's
218 N. Temple Ave.Eddie's Ralph Bryan 21 Hour Call]) e
j Gulf Dowling Produce Mkt.
66 Randy Johns Top Dollar Store :
Service Station U.S. 301 South
Service Station W.Call Street
Southern Discount Co. Town& Country Beauty Salon Starke 66 Service
Badcock Furniture Liberty National Life InsuranceLavern .
120 S.Court St.
Koch's Drug Store 128 S.Walnut St. Phone 961.8612 Houston Gulf Service Outlaw, Rep .
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w CITIZENS r .. New Succeeds a Starke special Minister HansenAt LDSAt L.Services D. Vining Held : a7: g ; ; ,: i -r-rW' ,

vice In their new ._
sent Road,
Our last meeting was very sustained
enjoyable Mrs. Yola Vestal,who gation was as .
just returned from Hawaii
President of the
sented me, as president of the t FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
club, with a sugar plum lei.Mrs. of the Church CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Morn-
of Latter-day BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Youth
Helen Egan, a visitor from the -
He becomes Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sunday School, 10 Morn
Keystone Heights Fellowship a.m.; Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Practice -
Club, commented that we run President Morning Worship and Communion ing Worship, 11 .; Evening Wednesday 8 p.m.
Service, 11 Evening ser-
a very good meeting. Hansen who ; a.m. Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch
lowing a 20-year : vices, 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30 Wednesday.
: p.m.;
One minute of silence was
Worship GRACE
liam Ellis
-Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor.
observed in memory of W.F. ident of the : 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway S-100 A, Starke (Grlf
Herlong. He and his wife had
: ).
Marvin fis Loop
been members of club since MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL .
our 10 Morning
Jacksonville Sunday School a.m.
1962. A motion was made and : Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday Union,
presided at the HAMPTOjY CHRISTIAN CHURCIF Worship at 11. :Training
passed to buy a book to be School, II a.m. Morning Wor-
vices, under Sunday School 10 Morn- 6:30. Evening
placed In our Library with a : a.m. ship, 6 p.m. Training Union 7
Meeting, Wednesday -
William O. Mid-week Prayer
ing Worship, 11
a.m. Evening
plaque Inserted "In loving mem- ; ), 6 p.m. Evening Worship.
Don R.
Jacksonville, Worship, -James Shaw 7:30.Rev.
pas- Prayer Services -
of Senior Citizen, W.F. Wednesday7:30
of the Florida L. tor. Drawdy, Pastor.
Herlong." 1st and 3rd Wednesday
Elder Branson
,Carl T. McManus, who is recovering to the L.D.S. : night-1 p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
from a broken hip, was and has been BROOKER BAPTIST Sunday School 9:30 Training
with virus last week. CHURCH Union 10:15 Morning Wor-
stricken a church CHURCH : a.m.;
The latest report Indicates that BROOKER. FLA. ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship
two years he Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun- Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.;
is well to treat- Prayer Meeting 7:30:
he responding 7:30: p.m.;
counselor to day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve-
ment and we hope to see him now operates an ) Superintendent Training ning Worship, 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer Wednesday.
Robert West.
at our next meeting. shop In : Union 6:45 p.m. Lowell Doug- Meeting and Bible Study, 7p.m. Pastor, Rev.
Al & Irene Nichols
June 23 son family will ; las, Director. Worship Services Study on Book of Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST C
unable to attend our
in the near ; 11 a.m.. 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw G.F.. "Prevatt, pastor. Everyone:
meeting, we sang a belated! Wed- North Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
at 345 St. music
ding Aniversary song to them. After three : director. Welcome. Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training
AI did a very good job in fram- Elder Hansen : Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship
'big our "Friends or the Library" 8 p.m. Wednesday night service,
to direct the
Award for 1969 now hangson : p.m.
the wall of our meeting place. of Religion and CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School -L.L. Parker. pastor.
Gerontology is the study of adjacent to the ; Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Morn 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,10:45:
aging and .what can be done to Florida in ing Worship, 11. Training Union, a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
help people, 65 and over, to be completing his -. 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6.30: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
happier and live well during the cational Midweek Prayer Service, 7:30. p.m. Ing Worship, 11. Training Union,
years ahead. For Instance, reports University mer. The Hansen of : -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.:

of the National Councilof to thank their
Senior Citizens, newspaters ------------ --- --- --------
Starke for the
written and published by senior ; ,
they have
citizens clubs have membershipsof I ever mindful and thankful
2,400 or more and so high
rise apartments are being builtin ; to GOD for. I
plans will
Tallahassee and other cities. : aI
These projects are being made on Incomes up ; : :
possible with State and Federal year.It ; I and FOOD :
funds. This means low rental has been a ;
costs with suitable arrangements formation but
Included for the comfort and, nation I ; : t
convenience of the elderly. Organization is today,the majority of UM have HO much ,

Organizations such as the ior citizens are for.Sure we lose a tooth or two in
United Auto Workers, Trans-
move In this ,
port Workers and others are state of the union.It ( as the one pictured here, but these will s oon ., =
bargaining at present for Nat- 11 ,
ional Health Insurance Plan, Including is noted that ) Health and Happiness' are! /generally urns.I ,
eye and dental care. The have a strong : ,.
our abundance .should share with
winning of these provisions will can be decisive I we
enhance the efforts of the Nat- of State and are less fortunate. God's \\"OI'elInel) the ,
ional Council of Senior Citizens We are 20 I x x''r"' '9I
and American Association of Retired present and It Is sharing/ with others.' There -3 t' ,
Persons in the formationof our numbers will I
million in the nlxt : < of service to other'within the a" ,
plans subject to Presidential .'q
consideration after the White- : i these' \ve should not neglect but ,
House Conference for needed We meet t
changes in the S.S. Medicare at 1 p.m. ; that we should take advantage! II" ,
system in 1971. Provisions for I
meeting the payments of such Joe Kerrigan : of all opportunities' to!give aid. n,. d ,

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-- REFRESHMENTS -- Hit Church ii Cod I appointed' 'ogtnijf, Ihii mild hi iprtodmg'lht knooltdgo ol/Hn lau Oti;; \IV 1F'A ,
i tor man and of Hn demand fof man to Itiot' lovi br loving hit,.neighbor' Without,' / C3;
Sponsored Bv Klngslev Lake Baptist : ; Inn. grounding, In the I la.. ol God, no ,irnmmt' or ramp or war olife/ will, long, cr:: and Florida Home Mission I "..... and I rho/frMdorm which w. hold 10 dtar will, Inevitably, ptnth. 'Thirtloii' inn : : I
: From a ullltli" point, ol .iw. one should wpport Ihi. fiuich Inc .trio rata ol Ihi wUo.:1. : .
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: ; : U. S. 301 South Starke Phone 964-5745 for FREE
1 : &* PHONE 964.5312 Inspections
:f:::3: "BANK; AT Estimates

i j j Member Federa-I 1 1j 1 :: ;; CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

S : ; We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better
One of 30 Banks of the : : Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911

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Girl Scout
Day Camp 4 TO

1* Planned

A two-week long day camp
for all Girl Scouts will begin(

Monday. Au8.3.atlgnlgeleyLahe. i
Applications for the Girl Scout
Neyatt maybe obtained from Mrs
Carolyn Eaves phone 964-5812.

The day camp win be from I
9 a.m. to 3:30: pjn. each week
day. It will)) nm through Thurs
day. Aug. 13.Shotgun.

Schutta! hat alwayt/
aid of ?>* amity/ that it', a
challenging\ ono to be the blackt90TICA
tneep of E A r ? r 1op

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Notice It hereby Riven. that PRICES GOOD THRU JULY Z9Don't
Mr. T. J. Aldermanthe .
holder of the following cur*
tlfleatos/ has filed mid rortlfU' \ miss this Offer! ,
salsa for a tax deed to he In.

cued ntimlMrs thereon.arid yearsf The rertlflrat lumiance. ., FLA. FRESH WHOLE GRADE "A" or SHIPPEDFRYERS
the description of the nrooertr. GJi'a'lJasia; &1Ji'ta 'e
and .sse<) are *s follows:
Certificate No. 19. Year of la.uanee .
1104.Descrlptlon .
of Property* tint ,In FEATURED "PIECE-A-WEEK" ,, + ',
815! tar" of E'<, of NTIH of SWM.
of SW>4 h..lnir 100' N A; 3t GOOD JULY 23 THRU 29FRUIT ', .IJ .R
>y SOE & W. Sec 1i. T-O-S. S
Name In which aaeMed: Mid' '
Ptate Homes. Inc. DISH '
All of Bald DropertY helnw 'In
the County of Bradford.. State v
of Ftorlda.TTnlem .
such certificate, or certtr -
<... shall he
tee; redefined no* ONLV39C
eordlns to In law such the certificate nrnn'rtv dr.ncrlhed or. ; WHY NOT SERVE HIM DELICIOUS

rrrtirirate will be sold to the
hlKheit bidder, at the courthouio x l:
door the flrxt Monday WITH A $3.00PURCHASE L
In Month of Ausrnst. 197(1.( whichId LB.
the ard day: of AuRUKt 1070.
Hated this 9-th day of June,
Tnnmn T>. flreen,
Clerk of Circuit Court of
Bradford County. Florida i .

This COOO JULY worth 211NAU$1,00 AU0. 19 ronwr rNE Hamburger 2 $169 London Broil LB. $)29) Round Steak LB. $1 109W ]

Notice ace Is. hereby 1M.10. r.a given i that 9" LUNCHEON 9 Roast. $129 Tenderloins sl19) Round Steak LB.99c

Mr.holder T. of J. the Aldermanthe 'following\ err PLATES Rump LB. LB. .
'Uflcateaba. filed raid certificates

enied numbers thereon.a"'<\ years TBe of certificate Issuance 3 $3.49 PRICE Chuck Steak LB.79c LB.39c Ground Beef. 3 sl79)
the description: of,. the property, $1QQvlueN Turkey . .LB.
and: the names In which It was
assessed. are as follows:
Certificate No. nn (City. Tear x2,49
of Issuance 1988. er COUPON
Description of Property) : Commat THRIFTY MAIDSUGAR
NB cor of SV4 of !SW", of
NE +,i of SWVi. run W 5f?'. S
'73.'. for FOB root !S 72.'.
W 179 6'. N 7375'. E 1795to
FOB Sec. EE. T.A-S. R-2S.E.
Name In which assessed: Beat
rice Colemnn. 1rowAnnf
All of said propertv helnir In ,
the County of Bradford State l
cf Florida. This coupon worth $2.00 PU CNASE OP E v ,
Unless such certificate or certificates
' 8",1he, redeemed according e '
: to law. the property described VEGETABLE '.
In such. certificate orcertlftcstee
Jilftheet bidder will be at sold the to court the BOWL aU FINI Limit One w/$5/ Or More Purchat Excluding Cigarette '
houxe door on the fist. Monday eA D
In Month of August. 1970. which
p $4.99 PRICE ; GpA
alatedrtha9thtdayR) ot Sane, pl wTOtW IS

1170. Inman Oreen, $2.00 VALUE COUPON "o 5 LB.
Clerk ( Court of '
Florida BAG '
Bradford County $2.99 COUPON
T-1t 721.WOTICF
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the RKQIHTFB Notice undarelaned.Is l PICTITIAT'11AMA hereby undor Riven the' pro that BLEACH Preserves 3 ''ifc: $100 Cocktail..6 ""bNS' $100 1 / /

Ylslons of Charter 10..11, U wsof THRIFTY
I/41, willriltr
Circuit Florida.Court with Acts.In the and Clerk for of Bradford the- CLOROX Tomatoes 6 Nc NS' $100 1 Green Beans 5 Nc0AN0s3 $1

ConM-r. Florida. upon
prenf of oubllcatlnn of this not CHEF BOY AR DEE BALLS&
t..... of the fictitious name of Limit, Two W/$5.Order Excluding CigarettetSAVE MEa
I 154'
Restaurant underwhlrA ot. '
Irftnsrhorn $1
3 100
t am. enraged In buslneMt Spaghetti. CANS aaVIR MINI CEADID
Hlshwsr. :tOl i,"outh.Fopt CHOICEr
; 13 U. S.
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..IeAAthlwtOfh A.ysef .1"1,,. THRIFTY MAID ,, ,.
>County.. D. 19'711 Florida.' at starkt'7'if.ri* k'' K Apple I Sauce 6 NO. $100 Y
Quantity Rights/


JacksonvilleBusiness 22 .

GAL. COFFitmtl E

ASTOR limit One W/J5/ Order Encluding Cigarette

Directory Shortening CAN 39C '

I Cot19m/ of choice with $5 00 or more purchai Ncludmg cigarette

Auto Sales and Service ARROW WHITE OR ASSORTEDTowels

Parrish Motor* 1ROes SAVE

Z8 CANPeas



Alwayi Good C ed Can ASTOR 5 9c
1 l8. 1
Salad Oil. --
m l* ra St. Ph. 3Sili/S4 CAN

Peaches .5 LBS |

PEAVY Electric: Brother Co., MORTON 3 COURSE MEAT SANTA Plums ROSA 4 IBS $| 00


Sold Electric- nrlced Motors. Rep re4 :CHICKEN Tomatoes LB29c

Oeoeruton,. Starters Armature SALISBURY FRESH GREEN
Hewindlagr.. 2 49C
4041 Lenox Jax. 387-2523 BEEF Cabbage -,.


CONN and
ORGANS Shortcake 119 Potatoes ''P' 29c / /
EACH . .


*139 3 $100
Shrimp . LB Nuggets PICGS. FOR f


Rhrimp . 218KG' $199 Orange JuiceS 12 CANS 01. 99c r


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Roosevelt Mall-388-831* ( I ,r 11,[ .
CLIP 'I Ex..TA2t i' : EXTRA :: EXTRA : EXTRA :
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WESTERN STORE ,I d7l"GREEN! STAMPS I i ", !! ,., ,! 1 nY..,-...GREEN......,..-STAMPS............. :,:1 I I d7/-".-..GREEN......,..-STAMPS........... .. .: I I ,6'14 .-GREEN...... -STAMPS..'........ .:
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MAID/ IMSINfPowder.d sronwlInfantTeo IpitlAqua : IOACNt WHiri fMICK'
Milk Loftontat. Ant Bomb : Sliced Bacon :
LITTLE DUDE ia+; OOOO fH'U JUI.2'No.1 j,!y, OOOO TMIU JULV 19 ', 0000'"saurv : OOOO tniu talc J. : GOOD INeu, talc n .

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Western. Saddle Clothing.and- TraHer 1AaUUfoI'ooda. I I .......GREEN.."...-STAMPS.-..".... N :. I I Rf'N, I GREEN STAMPSJ '+' .4'N.....GREEN,..-STAMPS...hNwN N :.,I I I d1IGREEN. STAMPS N .A'Y.....-GREEN....... -STAMPS............. .:
+ II* OlMOII I tl MO .N'f I: .05 I TWO B a& CHUN NINOSMtlMr rI
en 8. Zdxvwood" SS4Ult / Roait : Ground Beef Cottage Chge. Chow Mein;
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LAWTEY Now AvailableA -Z} lll,S t r N/4a1+i nF 1 S- .
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regulations for 1970-71 Is now :
CHURCH ACTIVITIES vacation spent visiting relativesin available at the office of all fa t'.,
Grace United Methodist: Sun- Ohio. County Judges and offices of "" :.
day School 9:45: a.m., Worship Mr. and Mrs. John Morris of the Game and Fresh Water Fish FURNITURE !
services II a.m. MYF Wednes- Jackson, Ala. are spending the Commission. ". I day 8 p.m. following choir pract- week with Mr. and Mrs. H.E. The regulation summary Includes -
Y Priest. On Sunday they went with Information on fishing and I 1"

ice.First Baptist: Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Priest to accom- s hunting licenses, seasons, bag By BILL WILSON ;:
9:45: a.m., Worship services 11 pany Lamar Priest and Dean 14 a limits and legal methods of tak- .Ja

a.m. and 8 p.m., Training Union Trayler to Methodist Youth Camp r 4'i ing fresh water fish and resident \\C1KNT:; ::; KGYPTIANDISKMI : ; ;,< t' i'
7 p.m., Midweek services Wed- at Leesburg where the boys will i game animals and birds.
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nesday 8 p.m. spend the week. n The summary booklet also Includes I : J( : ) OUR! { CIIAIK{
Church of God: Sunday School Miss Mary Miner of Hollywood New officers of North Florida Poultrymen's Assn. regulations covering Flo-
10 a.m. Worship services M a.m. spent the weekend with Rev. and rida's 55 fish management areas V r
and 7:30: p.m. YPE Thursday Mrs. Don Denton. Francis :Meng. treasurer; I5ol> (ientllinnn. vice pres- and 37 wildlife management a-
7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cruce of elation: 1st row (from left) (;J. '1'. IIiiKgins. secretary; reas. ;; ci \iificnl is l!;:l|1'1! l.iiul of engineering ;

Highland Baptist:Sunday School son of Jacksonville, N.C. spent ident; Arthur taskin; ,;, prr.siclent.! Second row (.r) : r'} m.uxi-U. |>,rmliii, .rr, of -1>1111' of tho Mvenuiiixloit ?
9:45 a.m., Worship services 11 Friday through Monday with Mr. Directors Owen Simmons! (Cletu'lInl, Jack Hazen. In addition to general huntingand t; of (the. \\,..1.1. It i-n'l unlikely that!,

Roberts a.m. and 7:30p.m.,Prayer meet- and Mrs. Frank Cruce. Mrs. W. and Alton Behlte.Poultrymen. fishing regulations the 1970- W lo hi'if.. .").(Mill) ,4'uOgo,,; hid horn the lirlcli.iir I
Ing 7:30: p.m.Wednesday followedby M. Cruce and children of Clear- 71 summary contains Informationon ;v : .a|4 ur knnu" it tn/Lq., JViliapthe
Seeks Alachua Choir practice.The mont are visiting the Cruces. the statewide archery hunt- '% hot .iinU, ioinil d| llic EI: x pli.iei* to put ;1
Elect New OfficersAt |> |' &'v
Methodist annual Sunday Mrs. Will Edwards of Starke ing season,control led bear hunts,
tlu'lii-cU. nnl, the t;.:
School picnic was held at Strick- and Mrs. W.F. Moore have returned trapping regulations and seasons, :''ji" ii little -p.uc, licluorn ,
Clerk's Post lands landing at Kinglsly Lakeon from a visit with Mr. and and the new zoning regulationthat 1 (ironnil. \\ li.iK'M tinrc.ion. heir glad ,I S ShPte

Thursday afternoon of last week.A Mrs. Drew Reddish In Wilmington first Annual MeetingNew governs open hunting sea- '. '" pill (11,111'a. (:).
good number of folk enjoyed Del. sons. ,;V. ,
Gainesville Supervisor of Pro- this occasion especially the Mr. and Mrs G.W. Teston and ;;
bation and Parole, J. Perman bountiful picnic supper and every sons of Jacksonville spent Saturday officers of the North eluding efforts to solve sanitaryand The publication, issued by the r' .
Florida Poultrymen's Associa- .. I
Roberts announced he has resigned one had a good time visiting and with Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Tes and installedat other problems confrontingthe Game and Fresh Water Fish ffc <'Innekyle cursed chnlr
to seek the tion were elected fast-growing poultry Industry -
that position swimming. ton and famiy.Wednesday Commission, does not include
office of Clerk of the Circuit Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Wells, Er- visitors of Mr. and the first annual meeting of lie said that the coopera- migratory bird hunting regula- .p
the organization in the fairgrounds tion Association
of members in xr
Court of Alachua County. nest and Will of Huntsville, Ala Mrs. Truman Norman were Mr. tions as set by the U.S. Fish I ;
Roberts, 27, a Democrat and arrives Sunday and are visitingMr. and Mrs. Reggie Norman of Lake arena last Saturday these efforts had been encouraging and Wildlife Service. Migratory i\

native of Bradford County said, Ernest Wells this week. night. and expressed appreciationfor bird hunting regulations will be S 1 :
Around 200 Including
"My duties with the Florida Pro Miss Elizabeth Terry has returned City.Mr.. and Mrs. John Tye and persons, their support. published as a separate summary unlike! gtfi:
their li-liioiiril\
association members not
Parole Commissionmade Conner said he was amazedat C..1 1111111'.11,1 i-.i hair W'f
bation and from their
visit returned
after an extended Pam have later in the
of the Circuit families, and invited guests the growth of the poultry industry year. !t the lir-l' hair*. II't'.,-> to ireliow
me an arm with Mrs. John Wyrlck In Talla- vacation. They visited Mr. Tye's Sportsmen may obtain a copy } .
Court of Alachua County for a- hassee. Mrs. Wyrick accompanied father C.A. Tye In Kansas City, gathered for the chicken supperat in this area, and pointedout of the new hunting and fishing 1;: the (11.111t.n", ted pith ,,ui Ii great'

bout three and a half years. I her home and spent Mo. and other relatives in Independence 6 officers o'clock, and followed an by address electionof by that for production Bradford is ol'now eight the center mIl-- regulations by contacting their ::) d-igu! 11ol(11ti.ililit'! f
have a close working relation- the weekend. Mo. while there they County Judge writing the Game
ship with the Judges of the Cir- Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pierce attended the Tye Family Reunionat Commissioner of Agriculture lion broilers per year, one mil- & Fresh Water Fish Commis- f ;.

cuit Court, the State Attorney, Crews on Sunday were Mrs.Crews' Odessa, Mo. Doyle Conner. Arthur Gas- lion replacement pullets, and sion in Tallahasse, or Lake City |
the Public Defender, and the sister Mrs. Onie Thorn- The Biggs Family Reunion was New are: two million laying hens. ? Bodcock ::
other Court officials.I have coped ton of Auburndale and grandson held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. kins, president; K.J. Centilman, Conner pointed out thatFlorida h
with the pressures ofa Blocker Sunday. Those vice president; Francis Mcng, ranked 35th in egg productionin 13PJ
necessary W.S. Atwood Jr. of Starke. N.B. on *
responsible position and feelI Miss Enza Blanchard attended attending from here were Mrs. treasurer; and G.T. Huggins, the U.S. in 1950, climbed to a much better chance of getting *
am best qualified to serve as Florida State Extensive Home- Ernest Wells Mr. and Mrs.E.B. secretary. New directors are: 14th five years ago, and now results." He described the Association FURNITURE and APPLIANCES
Clerk of the Circuit Court of makers Annual Council In Wells and sons, Mrs. Joseph Alton Belote Cletus Ward, Jack stands in 9th or 10th place. as "your voice of unity -
Alachua County. I earnestly solicit !- Gainesville Monday through Dorko Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hazen, and Owen Simmons. lie commended the Associationfor ," and said that "through your .
President Jack I lazen
the support of my many Thursday last week and spent Green and children,Mr.and Mrs. Retiring its accomplishments duringthe organization you can begin to : I III I, h ,lilt, 'I II-111'-, Sri'.-full/ III >.TII'-/ )"' ra
friends in Bradford County and the weekend with Miss Artliurlne S.C. Harley and Mr. and Mrs. reviewed accomplishments of theAssociatin's past year and said, "When correct some of these problems .. "i n.. > i i ,',:;..r.: !)
mention first year, in- people are unified, they haveGALA' ." i.;L ,.,("Jn.:... ;It1: (;."'.; 'L < '; "tt.t.- V'e.'d: ot">i
ask that they my can- Blanchard in Jacksonville.Mr S.C. (Bud)Harley Jr. and family ;' f .;.r'}' ..c>'....-'i'--'I.7." : '>" .'. .W..W+:lryF:' PiXi plJ <'''
didacy to their friends and relatives and Mrs. Paul Dinktns and Mrs. Jackie Smith and son. .
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in my adopted County Jr. and David of St. Augustinewere About 60 relatives enjoyed this I -----------------------------------I ._------------------. -------------,
of Alachua. visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. great occasion.
Roberts was born Tin Gainesville L. Dlnkins on Sunday. I U.S. CHOICE I I
the son of the late J.P. Mrs. Jackie Smith and child-
(Jake ) Roberts, former Mayorof ren of Bushnell visited relatives VOTICR gnu 0V TUX APPttCA/CTOlr KtODsec. SIRLOINSTEAKS'
Starke and Bradford County here on Sunday. iv4.iu. p.a. FRESH
Representative in the State Legislature Rev. and Mrs. Don Denton and Notice Mr. Carl la hereby Harton given, that 1 1 '

and Leola Fogg children have returned from a the holder of the following certificates FOOD
Roberts. He is a 1960 graduateof lies filed said certlfl.
Bradford High School and _tea for a tax deed to be la- 1 1I
aued thereon. The certificate
graduated from the University of numbers and yeara of Issuance. -
Florida in 1966 with a BAE. He back Club; and the First Baptist the description of the property -$
is a member of the Gainesville Church of Gainesville. and. the names are a. In follow which: It wasae.eeeed I 1 1 1 I
Jaycees; Alachua County Association Roberts is married to the for- Certificate No. 24. Year of Is. CIIt! ? FAIF. I
For Mental Health; mer Sandra Ridaught of Keystone Description euanuo 1968.of Property: Beg FRYERS I LB I 1

Florida Council on Crime and Heights. They are the parents of 20V,0J: of NW car of Lot tl 1001 20. 1 1 ._______________ II
Deliquency Community Services one son, Jay, age 6, and resideat E H 100V 20V, N i
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Gulf Team, Madison St. Miss n to a 11-4 win over Starke Utili KFCFF Tied For WWW

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Chances To Catch LeadersIn hits were to unable the winners to get the 13 but runners just Small Fry LeadSMALL

last week's Men's Softball now sharing fourth place. across the plate. Starke Utilities -

action only the Independents and Cunningham, the league's second elded to keep the Church teamIn put 17 men on base and tied 13-13
the Rebels managed to win both place team dropped two third while the city; team left 13 of them stranded and In FRY BASEBALL Into The the game bottom was of the sixth going and ADHERE OR ANY
their scheduled games. games out or first place by losIng moved within one game of fourth every Inning except one they There are only two games remaining ro
The Independents after losing to the Rebels. The Cunningham place. managed to get the first two ; to be played In the Small worked run
their first four games have now loss gave Madison St. the GAME RESULTS JULY 13 batters on base. The Gulf team Fry Softball League and the lea- cross the plate. The winners & TRITfKS
won four of their last five and opportunity; to move Into second REBELS 9. LAWTEY 8 put 16 men on base and scored gue winner is far from being had 17 base hits led by the 4-
Jim Har
have vacated the cellar and are Place, but determined.At for-5 performance of
the Utilities team de- The Rebel winning their fourth 11 of them.
this writing KFC and First per. Roger Mitzel was 3-for-4 CONVENIENT .MNOMICAL
thin line of
-------,---- game by the one run Harold Davis was 3-for-3 for Federal have Identical recordsof Andrews had 11 hits with Mike L
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revenge the winners while Kenny Chltty; six wins and four losses and Starling, Curds Davis and Kevin -
who owns the only victory over and Richard Klrchalne were 2- Andrews Is right behind with a Hamilton going 2-for-3. BRADFORD CO.
: NOTICE them In the second half trim- First TELEGRAPH
I ming Lawtey 9-8. for-3 for the losers. record of 5-5. First big game of STANDINGSKFC ,
Federal 6-4 Andrews Drugs 5-5,
the week which very likely will
The Rebels ]led 4-0 before Law-
Due to the rapidly increasing costs of tey exploded for seven runs In JULY 16 PLAZA 5, PROFS 4 first about determine the winner, Community Rank 3-7
pro- Plaza Lodge, led by Steve Var- will be when the two teams tied SCHEDULEThe
duction The Telegraph the second inning forcing the
finds it necessary to Institute num and Don Eberly with two for first place meet Wednesday games played Wednesday
a nominal charge for the use of photographs -* I league leaders to play catch up hits each, squeezed out a 5-4 July 22. July 22, and Thursday's (today)
ball. Lawtey almost won it In
I .for announcements and engagements' on the bottom of the seventh getting victory over the Profs. In last week's action KFC won games will complete the Small

I our society pages. The following rates will apply, four base hits but could score Plaza] enjoyed a 4-1 lead until one game and lost one while Fry Schedule.
effective April 1: only once. the top of the six when the First Federal was winning both All the Small Fry Players are
I Lawtey outhit the winners 15-10 Profs came up with three runs of their games. Andrews won invited to go to Jacksonville
on four hits to tie the game. one and lost one while Com- Tuesday July 28. to watch the
with Tom Tatum going 3-for-4
I ONE COLUMN, PHOTOGRAPH (CUSTOM- The Rebels were paced by Gene But in the bottom of the seventh munity Bank dropped two games. Jacksonville Suns play Ashvllle.
Plaza scored to take the Thursday July 23- 4:45: First :
AIRLY USED FOR ENGAGEMENT AN- Rayburn and Dean Johns,2-for-3. game. WEDNESDAY JULY 15
A NOUNCEMENTS The Profs outhit Plaza] with ANDREWS 25 COMMUNITYBANK Federal vs Community Bank, <
) __ $3.00 ,
John KFC Andrews.Branding '
> Reddish going 3-for-3. 5:45: vs
TWO COLUMN PHOTOGRAPH (CUSTOM- This game saw the bat meetingthe INDEPENDENTS 15, LAW- put together four big
I AIRLY USED FOR WEDDINGS) ... $5.00 ball with much regularity as REC. 8Independents got their bats hot Innings to hand the Bank team a
the two teams collected a total 25-11 whipping. Iron
I of 39 base hits 20 by the win- as they pounded out 19 base hits Andrews collected 21 base hits
We will continue to make no charge for en- I ners and 19 by the losers. to Lawtey's 12. with Jerry Blalock. Joe Bayer,
I gagement announcements cr wedding write-ups The game was knotted 8-8 after Johnny Griffis Scotty; Rhoden Curtis Davis and Chris Williams Takes Over
and Fred Wheeler
where no photographs are required.The four Innings but the Indepen- led the win- each going 3for5. Kirk Minton
use of color photographs is discouraged as dents scored six times in the ners three at hits.the plate each getting was 3-for-3 for the losers. KH Pony Team
fifth for the 14-9 win.
do well Terry Hardee, Fred Wheeler The game was tied at 8-8 FIRST FEDERAL 17, KFC 16
they not reproduce as as black and white. t Into
going the 7th but the Independents
Iron Restaurant con-
Please submit black and white and Joey Dampier were 3for4to In a close one Firs Federal Branding How To Get Your
if Wondering
pace the winners. Hardee hit came up with 7 big recorded a must win game by tinued the winning ways over
possible.In' runs to win going away. Keystone Heights,Saturday night,
one out of the park. Don Hardy edging Kentucky Fried Chicken
was 3-for-4 for the Profs. JULY 17 RESULTS 17-16. as Keystone came to Starke fora Campaign Off The Ground?
order to handle wedding articles efficiently, STARKE UTILITIES 14, The winners jumped off to 13- Pony League double header at
The Telegraph that all information be MADISON ST BAPTIST 9 West Side Park.
requests JULY 14MADISON 7 lead and then had to hang on
submitted no later than noon Monday following ST.RAPT 7, PLAZA blew:Madison their first St. Baptist Church to win the game as KFC tried The first game saw BrandingIron BRING YOUR TROUBLES TO US
chance to Intoa
LODGE 3 go desperately to pull the game take on Cunningham Gulf
the wedding. Accounts of weddings occur ing
tie with Cunningham Gulf as a team they have had little trou-
The church team trailed 2-1 out of the fire.
I more than two weeks before date of publication after 5 1/2 innings of play but Starke Utilities sent them to KFC outhit the winners 18-15 ble with in the past, but the

cannot be used. Printed wedding information in the bottom of the sixth they their fourth defeat 14-9. and was led by Clay Gilhooly's Gulf boys played fine ball before We will be advice
forms may he obtained at The Telegraph office sent 10 men to the plate col- Utilities outhit the church team 4-for-5. Issac Cummings was losing, 8-4. Kent Graudon glad to give you expert

for your convenience. Your cooperation will be lected seven hits and scored 6 ]15-11 Grover, and was led by Wendell 3-for-4. First Federal was led started on the mound for Brand- on all your Campaign Needs.
appreciated.i runs to win the contest 7-3. with 3-for-4. Madisonwas by the 3-for-3 of Mike Andrews. Ing Iron, pitching 4 innings allowing
Plaza had scored twice In the led by Dale Crosby with 3- five hits, four runs,strik-
opening inning the Lodge team for-4. THURSDAY, JULY 16 ing out five, before Eddy Dyal *. Newspaper Advertising

I only could muster five hits off FIRST FEDERAL 27, COM- took over the last three innings. .
BRADFORD the pitching of Cliff Griffis while RECREATION DEPT. 7 CUNNINGHAM MUNITY BANK 5 Eddy allowed just two hits no +. Campaign Cards

the winners had 13 hits led by GULF 5 First Federal had no trouble runs ar.d struck out six. .
Jg SINCE 1879 The "Rec" continued dominance Charles Green and Kent Grau- Window Cards
g gI gI the 2-for-3 performance of Greg with the Bank Boys scoring am-
ap1 Rlherd Charles Howell, Dale over the Gulf boys as they ple runs In the first Inning to don led Branding Iron at the '*"
Crosby, and Gary Hamilton. Bill wound up their series for the win the game on the strengthof plate each going 3 for 4. Brand- Bumper Strips
I r 31.Cunningham.
season ing Iron outhit Keystone 10-7.
Roberts was 2-for-2 for Plaza 22 base hits. '*" Printing of Any KindIT'S
was never In the The second thril-
CUNNINGHAM GULF 11, Bryan Roberts was 2-for-2 and game was a
I I I. UTILITIES 4Cunningham ball game as the Rec jumped out Terry Mundorf 3-for-4 Augle ler all the way as Branding Iron
scored five 3-0 In the top of the 1st and led Fox and Bruce Wolfred were had to go an extra Inning before
I __ ___> in the first inning and coasted runs 4-1 after two Innings. 4-for-5. For the ]losers Jeff Nor squeezing out a 6-5 victory over LATER THAN YOU THINK
Ronnie Griggs led his team's man and AI Champman were 2- Keystone State Bank.
for-3. State Bank outhit Branding Iron
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-- KFC 14, ANDREWS 13 Bring Us Your Problems Todayiitiligi
KFC took a close one In another at the plate with two-for-
of those games that must four. The game was tied at 5-5
be won to stay In contention. at the end of 7 Innings. In the
top of the 8th, Branding Iron Cot
came up with a run on a walk,
an error and a base hit to take
13 hits attack going 3-for-4. the lead 6-5. p.
1m, Cunningham managed 8 hits with In the bottom half of the inning ,
Wayne Sapp getting two of them. Keystone had a chance to
Ken Carlton chipped In with his win It all when they had the 9TARKC' FLORIDA' 32091'
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r., 8 o'clock. Prior to the meeting -
a special dinner will be serve P i
to members and guests. :
\ During his visit here,Mr.Fre- +r RESOLUTION
man will review the program 01
State President Robert B. w
Cameron, of Redlngton Beach. Pursuant: to the. provision. o&& Section 231.12 flonida Statuter 1952,
One of the highlights of his address notice --CA hereby{ given .that a. pub&< hearing shall be. held by the.

ELKS will Harry-Anna be the story Crippled of the Bradford County Board o{ Public Instruction. .. on Monday July 27, ,1970at '

Children's Hospital atUmatilla, the hour o& 730 the County{ Board Meeting Room at Stanke,
y an Institution for physically I flonida, ion the purpose 0fj discussing utith the. citizen* o& the. county

operated handicapped by children the Florida, owned State and f ile proposed school budget of said county: >ion the. fiscal yean beginning

ELKS Association of which the Jul.1910{ 1 ending: June 30, '1971. .
Starke lodge is a member. The

Project local lodge by supports contributing this financially Major- PROPOSED BUDGET 1970-71'

its share of the annual
operating expenses and by x 1rats9 BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
donations to the
.. .- Trust Fund from individual mem- l y i
Elks OfficialTo Gerald Meng, Gary Prevatt, Dennis Rhoden, Tony

Be Honored Mr. Fremen by many will out-of-town be accompanied 4-H Rosier Wildlife, and Larry Camp.Oglesby load their gear to attend Anticipated Receipt 7/1/70' 6/30/71' Anticipated Expenditure 1/1/10 6/30/1''

By Local LodgeRudy dignitaries and delegations of

J. Fremen of GaInes- visiting ELDS the Florida from Lodges Northeast comprising 5 Bradford 4-H Members federal Sources 48,000.00 41,000.00 System-viide Administration 66,828.00

ville, vice-president of the District who are expected for
that evening.Exalted Ruler Maxie Attend State Source Instruction
Florida Northeast District of the Wildlife
Florida State ELKS Association, Carter Jr. urges all local members CampFive M.F.P. 2.107.15S.00' Professional personnel 2,032,821
will be guest of honor at a meet- to attend this important 4-H members from Brad- Adm. SBE Bond ,1,064.00 Secty. 6 Clerical '146,440
meeting, thus paying well deserved The Camp is located in
Ing of Starke ELKS Lodge No.
ford attended Wildlife
Racing 15,242.00 Textbook
the visitors. '
to Ocala 19,016
tribute National Forest
() 3 at twenty
Monday night Aug. Camp at Doe Lake July 1318.RRRRR7iR7CRRRR7C7C7CRRRRRRRRRRRRR .
L miles Southeast of Ocala. Textbook 19,016.00 Suppt2uEquip.8 Mat. 76t35 2,274,881.00
The members were selected Driver's Ed. 2,440.00

for and their interests outstanding In Conservation project work of State. Ueen e. Tags 2,500.00 Operation 06 Plant

See AMERICAN our Natural Resources.They also SaleS'Tax Ratine. 106,400.00 Salaries 74,085
were active In leadership and Qtiien 11,896.00 2,401,716.00' Heat 5,000Ut.l.U..tlu
citizenship roles in their club
and County activities( during the 65,000
HERITAGE POWER year. federal through State. Agencies Supplie 7,000: '161' ,015.00
During the week the 4-H'ers School lunch acct. 44,000 44,000.00
heard outstanding speakers In
Y c forestry, fish and game manage- Maintenance 06 Plant
bb ment, conservation of soil and Local Sources Salaries "18,000
water, boat and motor safety Co. Current 458,560 Senvice 10,000
fish pond management, fishing
and fishing tackle, and other TransportationClay( ) '1,500 460,060.00 Others ExpenseAuxiliany 22,000 50,000.00
nature related activities.
Each member also received Balance at beginning
yean Senvice
four hours of Instruction in gun '
safety and were able to fire on t Advancements '14,278 Tnanpontation. 98,000
a National Rifle Association Cash balance 799 Food Senvice 44,000
Sactioned Rifle Range to dual Stone 440 15,517.00' Health Senvice 2.800 '144,800.00
ify for the NRA ranger badge
"x'a r t 1R Si Highlight of the Camp was a
cook-out and tour of the Ocala GRAM TOTAL $ 2,969,293.00 fixed Change
e t r National Forest. During the tour
members observed deer, birds J7JJOOContribution
? III and other wildlife native to the to netine. "44,418 161,418.00'
b CS Forest.
The Camp is sponsored by the
J .
Cooperative Extensive Service CollegeRemittance
..brilliant new Red, White and Blue See them in action: Find out how and the Federal Cartridge Cor to Santa fe 13,170" 13,170.00
to put a new feeling of achievement poration of Mlnnapolls Minne
tractors in the metal. Field-test into your farming the sota. Awards for contedsts: held] I
freedom of power to spare with at the camp were arranged for Outgoing TransfersTo >
high f performance and solid quality out sacrificing a thrifty cost per by James A. Roland sales manager Budget II 20,530

..the 1970 Whit e"b u lIt pro d uc t S. acre. And how to put more of Younkin. Sports Supply, To Budget III 38.451 58,451.00
craftsmanship into high-speed Inc. of Tampa.Services
field work. *
-? COME AND ASK YOUR DEALER HOW TO We're proud of the latest from Reserve 38,127 38,127.00
.-..::.5, OBTAIN FREE a 40 ft. tapered aluminum White Farm Equipment and we Held
''i flag pole and a 10 ft. by 6 ft nylon flag. think you will be, too. *
For John Farkas GRAND TOTAL $ 2,969,293.00PART


Farkas 64, of Hampton,

1:00: TO 500; P.M. by died his Tuesday.widow Elizabeth Ho is ;survived a daughter 'Anticipated Receipt 1/1/10 63071SBE Anticipated Expenditure 7/1/70' 6/30/11

LOCATION Betty of Gainesville; anda
: W & D Tractor Sales son, John.Funeral Bond 4'/ Bond Payment $ 38,000.00
services were held at
Interest '
52516.33 14,931.00
9:30:: a.m. Thursday in St. Pat- Receipt
: Saturday, Aug. l, 1970 (Raindate) ; rick's Catholic Church, Gaines- Investment 65.598.76 118115.09 Others CostReserve 128.59
ville. The Rosary was said at yn end '1971 65055.50 $ "118,115.09"
Iliway 121 LaCrosse, Fla .JL 8 p.m. Wednesday in Williams-

***************************** Thomas was Funeral in Evergreen Home and Ceme Interment Vistnict One Band

tery Gainesville. Receipt Bonds 24,000.00

((48,269,800 @ 95* 9 .1 mill Other 40.00

36,685.00 Interest 8,360.00

Cash balance 332.54 37,917.54" To operating (Comm. ) 3,100.00
ffll.r EQUIPMENT Cash Balance 911.54 37,017.54
S ppl.lES t
& Certificates ] Indebtedness Bonds 15,000.00
ri. :;: "kI ;t I'f. Of
Receipt Racing Interest 51,295.00
Comm. Fund 82,295.00 Investment yn. end 80,000.00 '146,295.00

AU r Investment 64,000.00 '146,295.00

See Us For Charley Jn. Lien Certificates Bonds ,10, 000. 00

ALL Your Receipt Racing Interest 28,462.50
Office Needs E. -s Comm. fund 38,462.50 Investment yr. end 40,000.00 78,462.50

Investment 40000.00 78,462.50

This Je.....: Vouchers Payable Inter-&und Transfer 6
From Budget I 20,532.61'
"Personal liability Insurance Cash ,120.00 20,652.61 I Payment voucher
has always covered previous yean '4,562.6'PJt..incipal '
Pencils, Pens, bodily injuries inflicted on 5,100.00
others!, including sickness
Markers, Tape, Interest 110.00.
disease and disability. Do
Erasers. Clue _
court awards now also extend Cash Balance 120.00 20652.61'

to mental anguish,
shock, and mental in fury School Building Improvement
and does the Charley E.Johns Cash Balance 408.32 408.32 Cost oi Bond 15.00
Agency have 'excess Cash Balance 333.32 408.32
liability' insurance (o cover

Cem Clips, Led ers, ouch added rlsVO"Charley! GRAND TOTAL $ 400,951.06' $ 400,951.06PART '
Staplers & Staples E.
Typewriter; Ribbons


131 So. Walnut
Phone 9845070STARKE Anticipated Receipts; Anticipated ExpendituresPART

Letterheads C.O. S D.S. Balance 66,610.02' 8Itad& fUgh School
Envelopes C.O. S D.S. 1910-7'' 3',539.67' 91,149.69 C.O.S D.S. 91,149.69
Dusiness Forms 231 Loan 11,150.3'' "0,000.00

BUSiNESSDIRECTORY Tnan46e'Cr.6 ted 61tOm I

Budget I 23,450.00 ent 25,001.00'
FltOm Btdg. 6 &u 15,001.00 L1bRa y Boou '0,000.00

231.27 Loan ,146.41' AV Mcttvr..ia.t 3,450.00
: otampsWedding AUTO SERVICE Voe. ) 6,519.00 Voe.FwicU 6,519.00 45,040.00
Stationery Cash Balance 3.90 '26,190.31 I
Gilbert S. Brown
GRAND TOTAL $ 225,040.00 $ 225,040.00
Standard Oil Service Station. .,

Budget Term RMd Servto
PHONE M4-7071 I
tn N. Temple_ SUrte' Anticipated Receipt Anticipated Expe.ndUwtuFedeJr.a.l.

HURST'SSHELL ESEA Title Source I Instructional. Salaries 92,180.00 i
ap4 fund Balance Voc. 30,965.24 Hatching retirement 5'76'.2S
Voc. PnoJectS U ,56
Service Station fund Balance ESEA 73
Repayment' o& advance
CM O0 LuMeattoa. Title 1 8,892.00 '128,777.24
Monarch Tire .* lUtterte inom Budget I 7,808.51Grand '' 128,777.24'

301 and 100 Stark $ 128,777.24 Total $ 128,777.24'

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. [=KEYSTONE_ : : HEIGHTS- I : n :.MELROSE- : --- -I itiiiAtiiEAthLake? By(Phone Michael Santa 475-1612 H.Fe Chilly) Herzer On GOP SeeksCommission SlateClay i LN

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County's; first Republican w

A warm welcome to ya, to the candidate for countywlde; : officein
r .".,r.ol. the 1970 elections C.S. Her
,' :. ; Indian Beach News corner of the ,
Keystone Hilites r ,' :, BCT... A warm, more like a zer, filed qualifying papers Mon- lc, 1 Yruvi
scorch, but we won't go Into the day In the office of the Clerkof

;"A "1' weather, 'cause that's a sticky the Circuit Court for the post ,

r By GLORIA REDFEARN I ,'. :\, ,. situation. Before I forget,friends of County; Commissioner, Dis-

I Please!' Call 473-3288: : or 473: -.IiR2 I ." : were not notified last week that trict 2.Herzer.

I'm also handling a beautiful assortment who will face Demo- _
of Christmas and all- cratic opposition in the Novem- .,
DIANA ILGEN HONORED ber'general election with the *
PARTIES held at their home on July 4 at r ri occasion cards now. And your e.
WITH BRIDAL winner of the O.B. Nall-Elbert
business be much
will -
which .
time Mr. Simione of +
K. Howell enter- Saunders
Mrs. primary race September
tained Miss Diana Ilgen, bride- becue Gainesville Joined them for bar- W e Chlttys slowed down justa 8 is a resident of Orange '

elect of August 1, and Misses Miss chicken. little dab last week.Wednesday Park and is owner of a general
Jill Johnson of Park-of-
Wrinkle, Barbara Barkleyand plumbing business established In
Pat night, we were visited by cousins _
the-Palms have Miss '
Patrice Mick, bridesmaids, Kathy Buddy and Merle Ellis of Gaines- 1958. 1h
at a luncheon on July 9. Other Green of Arllngwood, Jackson- ville. Aunt Clara Sullivan of Wil- Stating that he Is tied to no : : I
as a weekend Joe
guests Included Mrs. Frank Il- Johnson -t llston, came back Friday, and Interest groups, he claims that :
who is attending the th
L.E. Josey of Jacksonville "my Is
gen, Mrs. Future Scientist she went camping with my par- only obligation to give
and Mrs. Robert F. Howellof Gainesville, had program his In i h ents James and Cricket, my the people of Clay County; good
Griffin Ga. as. guest Hubert and Palma service and to save the taxpayers -
grandparents ---- -- ---- -
Gerilyn Spaulding of Lake
The table was decorated witha Charles La. Chitty of Starke, and our com- money". He belives that

centerpiece of pink carnationsand pany from Georgia, which Included only through concerned fore- Awards At
Mr. and Mrs. James Cook: have Presented Close
white mums, and each guest moved into their home : Mrs. Sally Deese, Mr. thought and planning can the coun-
new on
pinned with a pink carnation ty; be run more economicallyand
was East Lakeview Drive. and Mrs. Clarence Morgan and
corsage. Arthur Coombs'daughter Mrs. sons, Terry and Paul. Paul stay- in a businesslike manner. 01 Keystone Swim ProgramSteve

The honoree was presented a Henry Funlaiock birth, to ed with us until Thursday. Kay A retired Navy Chief Petty
of her chosen china as a gave a r Officer, Herzer states that his
gift and Kenneth Padgett and children
baby girl on July 17 In Wilklns- Dey instructor
memento of the occasion. :Df Starke visited us Saturday business is well enough established presents badges to membersof
Mrs. Carl Johnson and Mrs. burg Pa. She has been named afternoon. that he can devote more his Minnow Class at the close of the Keystone
Mary Nelson were hostesses fora Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Aiken Aunt Teenle Crenshaw and her time to serving the people of the Heights Rotary Club swim program last Friday night.
bridal shower at the Johnson the Davis family reunionIn daughter Joan of Gainesville, county; and has pledged himselfto Some 200 Youngsters were enrolled in the 19th
In honor of Miss Ilgen. Team PresentsSponsor's "bring the office to thepeople"
home Champ Bowling visited Granny Copeland and me annual swim
entertained with Waycross, Ga. over the week- program, divided into four classes, acc
Guests were last Saturday, and soaked up by determining what the
several interesting games and end.Gordon Bullock Trophy To JonesMiss some of our sun, which was people of the county desire and cording to ability. Each participant was presentedwith
The winners presented recently attended need and a badge at the closing ceremonies with Charles
contests. a convention In Ft. Lauder- quite all right by me. David Dee- not just a few'chosen / ,

their gifts to the honoree. dale. While there he won a golf gan of Keystone, attended Bible elements.He Hutcheson sorting as master of ceremonies. Mrs.
A sheet cake decorated with Study, and a surprise birthday resides at 3967 Doctors Linda Wharton served chairman
tournament, proving once again Gladys Tillis, captain of (the champion as of volunteers assisting *
miniature wedding bells and a Lake Drive with his
at wife VIo-
for Arbutis Pearsall ,
with that he is one of Keystone's top ship howling team in the Northeast Florida Travel party With the program and instructors were pro.
bride and groom was the Hampton Baptist Church,with let, and has been a Clay County;
lime sherbet punch and other golfers.MISS SHAUGHNESSY League, Is shown presenting the Sponsor's Trophy to Otis Melton and me Friday night. property owner since 1961, hav- vided by YMCA Camp Immokalee.N. .

delicious refreshments. The HONORED AT TEA Dewitt C. Jones, who has! sponsored the team for ing previously lived In Jackson- W. llardenhergh. president of the Rotary Club,

table was decorated with an arrangement Miss Patricia Shaughnessy, The past three years. The award was presented by Raymond and Gladys Malphursof ville. He is a native of Cincin- welcomed those attending the ceremony and

of white roses and the Jacksonville, are still down at nati, Ohio, and has one daughter, expressed appreciation for the
bride-elect of August,was givena Women's International Bowling Congress. public support of the
Ann'slace Judith
Queen Ann
pale green grapes their lake home enjoying a Dyal, who lives in
and topped with wedding bridal tea on Saturday. Hostesses Members of the championship team, besides the vacation. Their daughter Boot- Jacksonville, and whose husbandis two fish fries which provided funds to finance the

bells. This was flanked by tall jull, Mrs.were Robert Mrs. Jorge John Martin Vallde-, captain, are: !Mabel Smith, Keystone Heights; Joyce sle and her son Jerry Jr. have associated with him In swim program./

silver candlesticks with white and Mrs. E.T. Martin. About Massengill and Hannah Weston, Gainesville; and been down the past two weeks business, and three grand-
candles. with them and her husband Jerry children.
120 Neoma Nelson Starke. ,
guests called at the Mar- ,
After the shower gifts were tin home between the scent the out week with them. His military career, which began .- 7
opened, the hostesses presentedthe hours of 3 appointed ------ The other Malphurs weekend In 1932, includes service In
to 5 o'clock. Mrs. VOICE
honoree with their gifts as guests Included: Kitty and Bob WWII In the Pacific, Including
Miller Wrinkle made all the flower Iy consented to write the column
a memento of the occasion.' while I Miller and six children; Larry the battle of Guadalcanal. lie
and am away. Any news OF TilE
Miss Barbara Barkley and Mrs. the arrangements honoree, her mother corsagesfor and may have for the week of Au-you NEWS NOTESBy and Elva Swails and children; also served aboard the Saratoga, I
Bill B. Barkley of Jacksonville Donald Bishop Freddie Huggins, Astoria, Hornet and Randolph .
Mrs. Don Shackleford, mother of gust 2 and August 9, please call ; .. '
entertained 12 guests at a luncheon the Jim at 473-4148. Thank I Helen V. Egan: his mother and three cousinsof and was in Torpedo Squadron < \ SportsmanHI
groom. Attending the guest you. ., I
at the Holiday Inn of Starkeon Norfolk Va. Gladys brother 11. k. 'f
will be home '
After /
book were Misses Stephanieand on August 16. '
IS In honor of Miss Ilgen. the A member of the Retired Mili- ;
July Brenda Shaughnessy, sistersof that you may call me morningsat J.B. Causey, is spending I \ : clIlml
The table was decorated with a the bride-elect. 473-4182 or afternoons, 473- BAZAAR WORKSHOPThe week with them. tary Association, he also belongs i'1
centerpiece of yellow daises and 3288. Community; Church Wo Mrs. Beulah Cutthall and her to the Fleet Reserve Association -
Assisting with the hospitalities
white carnations Interspersedwith men's Annual Bazaar will hold brother from Dallas, Texas Branch 91, and the
wedding bells and ribbons. were: Mrs. R.L. Walker, Mrs. It's first workshop on Wednes- spent Monday with Mrs. Jo Orange Park Boat Club, and is

The honoree was presented gift Miller Wrinkle, Mrs. S.E. Mc- day, July 22, and every Wed- Strandberg. Weekend guests were i Methodist. HI, Sports Fans, been catchln down at the Oklawaha River over

of her choses silver as a remembrance Kay, and Miss Gertrude Houser. iEiiTiiiiBy : nesday from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. Paul, Lee and Greg Strandbergand --- --- ,---- ----- ----- any Well If ya ain't, ya been the weekend and caught 275 bream
of the occasion. Mrs. A.B.Watson, Sr., .Mrs. W. until further notice. Members friend of Jacksonville. in the wrong place From all and catfish. Glen and Margie

., Mrs Daniel Pater and Mrs. H. Redfea'rn, Sr., Mrs. Joseph attending will provide a sand- Guests of Griffins Lodge this vency of Social Security, as it reports that were turned In, Wade of Starke were also camp

Richard N. Sunderland entertained Dey; and Mrs: Myron C. Prevatt, Joyce Rowe wich and beverages will be pro- week are: Mr.and Mrs Schrantz, is rock bottom sound. All Senior they've really been biting good ing there with us and caught

Miss Dgen with a luncheon for Sr. poured coffee. Pouring the vided by the committee.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Brown, Mrs. Clubs under the National Councilof lately. Those Shell crackers around 75. The Shellcrackersare
14 guests at the Pater home on champagne punch were the -fl flsssrsrrrflsflrp Barry L. Wyman, Presi- Mary Baker and party; and Miss Senior Citizens are actively were on the bed all last week, also biting off our dock.

July 17.Out Misses Linda Lee Anthony and Our deepest sympathy to the dent, called a special meetingon Ninkl Plummer. working toward the White House and quite a few were broughtIn We have been catching them all
of town guests included ,Har- family of Mrs. Alma Price, who Wednesday morning (July 15)) Mrs. Dorothy Bryant and son Conference in 1971, and especially I was also told that the week.In .
Mrs. L.E. Josey, Mrs. E.B. Jol- Lorraine Dey, Mrs. died Thursday In Gainesville. when plans were nearly com- Jennings of Cedar Key visited Plan C, which will embraceall Specks were biting around the

ley and Mrs. W.L. Williams of denburgh and Mrs. O.J. Murrhee Mrs., Born in Jessup, Ga. she had pleted for committee, booths and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant Sun- peoples in a Voluntary Health brush piles. :So' let's take a look

Jacksonville.The Jr. Taking pictures was lived In Melrose many years luncheon committees. System, with minimum costs. One at what we have... fact, Grandmother Copeland

tables were gaily decoratedwith Ed Dwyer. and was well known In this area. 1IIftll''" Marlyn Bridges Is Gen day.Mr.. and Mrs. J.M. Lorlmier of the Starke members had just Griffin's Lodge (east shore caught 17 one afternoon In water
blue tinted and !\r Out of town guests were: Mrs. She eral Chairman with Mrs. Tho- Santa Fe) turned In the about 3 feet deep.That's .
mums yel- : Frances was the wife of J. Leslie Jr. Jacksonville spent Saturdaywith returned from a six months visitto report
'Tefi' and Mrs.
low daises flanked by lovely gold : Ogelsby Price and mother of Jimmy Price mas Gregory, co-chairman- Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Carpen- Hawaii and presented the 'on the Shellcrackers: bedding. this
of Starke Mrs. Eugene all the
swans. Wager and Miss Betty Price, all of each Circle Chairman will arrange ter. Dolph and Shirley Reddishand President with a "candy lei" Wednesday, customers stayingin
Robert L. week
Williams Kemp Until next Goodbye
Mrs. ,
After a delicious luncheon, the Melrose. Her mother, Mrs. Ada for members to take overa children of Starke are spend- so colorful and symbolic. A special the cabins brought in 300 week.
and Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Tompkins and Good Luck!
hostesses the honoree Roberson in Workshop under the with Shellcrackers. Mr. and Mrs.
presented Gaines- lived Melrose also, Wednesday ing the week them. song was repeatedly sung,
with a dinner plate of her cho- and baby son, Steve, of as did four sisters; Mrs. Beu- leadership of Mrs. Thomas Nor- The Anderson family reunionwas both when repeatedly sung, both Jimmy Bell caught 40 over the

sen china as a remembrance of ville, Mrs. Warren Brantley and lah Perry, Mrs. Nell Ross, Mrs. wood. All Circle Chairmen and held at the home of Mrs. when celebrating a special birth- weekend. Mr. and Mrs. A.C. J 19G9) newspapers were the

the occasion. Mrs. J.C.Rowan Weeks Thomas of Grandln of ,Lake and Merle Hlnnant, and Mrs. Ann officers will attend the first H.T. Smith Sunday with represen- day or in the joining of hands, Drown of Macon, Ga., caught nation's leading advertising

BOOSTERS CLUBATTENTION Mrs. Stevens. She also had two bro- meeting on the 12nd, bringing tatives of the family from all in a closing gesture of friend- 200 Shellcrackers: in three days. medium The $5.9 billion ad

: All Boosters Geneva. thers, J.G. Roberson of Port ideas, materials, donations and over Florida and Georgia. ship. The worlds were com- Roy Griffin guided Mr. Cone revenues amounted to 29,9 )percent

Club members and prospective Miss Shaughnessy In was her presen-chosen Orange and G.II. Roberson, of assist In the general work of the posed by a member"Say some- and Mr. Zellner and they landed of the $ billion total
members. A "Get Acquainted" ted a sugar spoon project. This being the one and 12 Bass up to 6 pounds.Slilpman's .
Melbourne. Most
silver and the book. of her five change from the Educational thing nice to me, I think you're advertising volume
pattern guest
covered dish picnic and outingis grandchildren and four great- only project to raise money for Building so should anyone have wonderful, too; Say Somethingnice Camp ( west shore

being planned for you on Sat- BABY-SHOWER FOR TWINSA grandchildren also live In mission expenses in the Church difficulty, in reaching, by phone, to me; Especially, I love Santa Fe), reported the Specs
urday, August 22, at the Hepln- this area. Women's work, and assist in the ; were biting good around their GLASSFOR
for trust will have patience, you.
stall residence on Mldlake, beginning Barry Wyman was, Jr.given at the Funeral services were held building program of the Community as we the change you will be soon com- Members Mr. and Mrs. NIchols brush piles. Among those catch-
at 7 Casual attire. Church, has been a heart- ing fish out from
p.m. home of Mrs. Ernest McLean Saturday at the Melrose Metho- ; pleted. celebrated their wedding Shipman's were: EVERY PURPOSEMirrors
We hope that you will make with Mrs. Roy Turknett and Mrs. dist Church, where she was a warming experience in social anniversary on June 14th. They Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parker with

plans now, to be there. For Marshall Beam also hosting the member. Thomas C. Geyer and fellowship and Christian cooper- SENIOR CITIZENS were married In 1941. 100 Specs; Mr. and Mrs. Guy
further Information, please con- ation In the Church Life. Aldrlgh had 74 Specs and 8
The twins Rev Everett Meyer conductedthe Older folks sometimes disliketo Members of both the Senior Bass;
occasion. Wyman a
tact of the following Mrs. The line-up of chairmen to date Mr. and Mrs. PeKorest FOR EVERY PURPOSE
one : m and services, with burial In the be referred to as senior cit- Club and Fellowship: Club are Whltcomb
Wyman a
boy, Barry ,
Yvonne Dazey, 473-3708; Mrs. girl, Brandle Lynn were bornon Melrose cemetery. are: Luncheon Committee. Circle izens, but when you act your Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stein, Mr. brought In 135 Specs in a week;

Bert Heptnstall. 473-4581; or July 1 at Bradford County; Miss Jenny Simmons, daughter one, Mrs. Fran Turknett- age, enjoy being with your peers, and Mrs. Houston Driscoll; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Perkins SHEA'SGLASS
Mrs. Mary Brokas, 473-4989. of Clrcle, with Mrs. AR. Gauntas caught 100 Specs and Bream
Hospital. Several were Lt. Col. and Mrs. ER two. organizations will give you and Mrs. Harrison Batchelderand ; Mr.
HERE N' THERE games Simmons Is fine In General Chairman; and Circle and Mrs. Tony Tegram had
making baby doing the just that pleasure. The first organization this reporter. Exchange of 65 CO.
played Including
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Slmeral bonnets out of napkins and odds Naval Air Station Hospital in II, Mrs. Aughtry Vance's was started in the ideas and fellowship will be In Specs; Billy I'ergerson brought

have had as recent guests Mrs. and ends of ribbon lace flowers Jacksonville following recent Circle assisting The luncheon Woman's Club of Starke In 1962 the planning for the Fall; and In 45 Specs; Kelly Wiggens had 372-4.115 372-431
Janet Ferrer and her son Don- surgery on her back. will be served from 11:30: to 2 and enjoys the name of Senior join In the old favorite, "The 50 Specs; and Roy Morgan caught 1313 N.W. 4th

ald and daughter Diana of Long etc.Lime sherbet punch and cake Mr. and Mrs. W.O. Preston, p.m. on the day of the Bazaar Citizens Club. Some years later, More We Get Together." 50 Specs.
Island, N.Y. Also Mrs. Marie Mrs. Bess Lynn, Mrs. Maggie November 6, in Educational Bradford County Supports a I heard from a reliable source
nuts and mints were served froma as ;
Mature and her daughter Claud- decorated table. Steinert, and Mrs. Nettle Mann Building. Mrs. Al Bachmann will Recreation Dept. the Junior Wo- that Potlicker" McRae

ette and great-niece Linda. Mrs. beautifully attended a party; at the home of have luncheon tickets at $1.25 men's Club awarded some$2,500 caught a 12 3/4 pound "Monster"
Ferrer and Mrs. Mature sis for adults and 75 cents for chil- Bass In
are NOTICE TO READERS John Ward in Gainesville toward the present Recreation RRE j / recently Orange Lake. KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
ters of Mrs. Slmeral. While here dren. Publicity will be handledby My parents James and
Your reporter will be away on Mrs. E.M. Robinson Is In Miami Building, In which the Bradford Cricket,
they visited Silver Springs and visiting her son-in-law and Mrs. Gloria Redfearn for Senior Citizens Club meets, the my grandparents Hubertand Pal-
vacation for the first two weeksIn
Six Gun Territory. A picnic was August. Jim Fox gracious- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. AndrewP. Gainesville Sun, and Mrs. HelenV. 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each ma Chitty; of Starke, Aunt Clara
Dunk and family. Egan for Bradford Telegraph. Sullivan of Williston, and our
- - - month a I
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- - - The Tea Room and Baked Goods company from Georgia
Mrs. Virgie Rowe and child- Retired (and some semi- camped
ren, visited Mrs. Bill Harrelland booth will be directed by Cir-
retired) folds, about 80 enrolled ,.. I
family In Windsor last week. cle V, under chairman, Mrs. members, enjoy the Keystone
Mr. and Mrs. Knud L. Bast- Ruth Greeson and her Circle DIRECTORY
Heights Fellowship Club, that
YOU CAr4: members. There will be Patio RE-ELECT
lund and children, Christian and a meets 2nd Thursday for '
Savings are Carina, of Copenhagen Denmarkare Booth, chairman to be announced the present In Masonic Hall witha

visiting her mother, Mrs. later; The Nightingales BEAUTY( SHOP
BANK covered dish luncheon at 12:30:
safer and grow Henderson M. Bell, at her homeon Circle, Mrs. Elloise Cook, p.m., followed by an occasional Elbert D. SaundersCOUNTY
Lake Santa Fe. Mr. Bastiund chairman, will man the Kitchen and business meeting.

ON US faster here has had a most unusual experience Booth, which will handle all articles However program, this club is self main- KEYSTONEBEAUTY
here. While used In a kitchen, espe-
taining, as Clay County; providesNO
down one of the dirt roads to cially aprons, plaques, towels, recreation department with COMMISSIONER SHOP
the lake, he noted a movementat etc.; Mrs. Marie Bird's Circle

the side of the road and in- 4, members will have the Hand- director.Similar interests and activities DISTRICT 2 CLAY COUNTY EDITH JOHNSON, Owner
Personal and Creative Hair Styl.In
vestigated. There In the bushes work or Fancy Goods Booth; are enjoyed at the meetIngs -
was a small alligator. With the The Rebeccas will be under but the Bradford Club Is Every Form of Beauty:
help of another man he capturedthe chairman Anne McLean and man Senior Culture TuM.-Sal.! 9-5; closed
a member of the National
gator. He gave it to the the Tots to Teens booth; Christmas Citizens Council of Washington Experienced w1 f. Monday.

University; of Florida and it has Arrangements will be under D.C. and under the leadership of k" y4.

been released in Lake Alice for Mrs. Anne Cooper and a the President, Joe Kerrigan, the NURSERY

f 4 tiwRRW observation. few individual assistants; Arts members are kept advised as to
Another new business has been and Crafts will be with Mrs.
all legislation and proposed leg-
opened in Melrose. A small Martha Beam's Circle 3 mem- islation relating to Senior CIti- Honest. x } O.C. Carnes Nursery

drive-In featuring hamburgers, bers; Mrs. Marlon Barker will zens. Soclalblllty; is one of the
fried chicken, and roast beef have the White Elephant Booth; whole program of being together, Thousand of plants!
sandwiches. It Is located next to the Decoration Committee and
doing services, as mending booksat Fruit Trees-SJmde Trees
Every person, wise in the Bell's Package Store and Is owned Nursery personnel will be announced the public library, having a Efficient Evergreens

ways of finances, is saving by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bell. IMPORTANT later. Every memberof booth at the County; Fair. Yet, Camellias & Azaleas
P : there Is much real fun, in the
5i40ss for a particular reason and JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB every committee or circle of stunts and simple MOST ALL IN CANS
variety; games, -
11' =' saving regularly. And, they Miss Debbie Copeland dis- should work for every booth as refreshments served each PLANT ANY TIME

s are saving where their played an assortment of Sarah the manning of an Individual boothIs meeting. Fellowship Club, for ConscientiousIf Beautiful Roses -
Coventry Jewelry at the meetingof only as salesladies for that
', the summer will dispense with LandscapingPhone
while it :
money is safe the Junior Woman's Club last day, November 6.

4 6atN earns! Join the many smart week. Game Day, but in the Fall will 659.2165

inCOME The group planned a work day COMMUNITY CHURCHRev. resume it on fourth Thursday of
people who are saving If elected will continue to all
IN to be held at their beach Mon- Stuart McCord, pastor, is each month. serve 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on
our bank. Open your ac day, July 20th. They have been arranging to have his office and What makes the difference between Florahome
count.IEYSTONE busy Improving the beach this study in the preparation room of the Clubs Is the ease and IIwy. at
TODAY! the in the to the best
year. the Sanctuary. Mrs. Gloria Red- fun exercised in the Starke Clubin people county

They also discussed plans fora fearn, secretary's office will also remembering and saluting S. E. McKAY. REALTOR

BANK Softball game planned for Monday be there. The new arrangements birthdays and anniversaries, and of ability.
STATE July 27th at the school. are now undergoing the always paying respect to the my KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-4 llAppralmtl

They will play the men of the Mel- memory of a member. Service

Member. P.D.LCKeyatoae Heights Fl*. rose Softball team.DUPLICAtt Recreation. :: Association and Mrs. F.T. Hogue, 1st place; President Kerrigan invites all your Vote and Support mill be appreciated! Homes The, Best Acreages la Lakefront, Rental

Your Friendly Bank In Your Mrs. A. Bachmann and Mrs. interested Seniors to visit the ASSOCIATESMrs.

Community. Phil Kromer, 2nd place: ; Mrs. Club during the summer. He also :Melba Ilien 473-4744

BRIDGE A.V. Bannister and Mrs. C.W. advised members not to be con- (Paid Political Adv't) Col J. Chenlngfara 4T3-4679
Hardy 3rd
Qlace Mrs. Paley
Duplicate Bridge winners last ; cerned about erroneous news- L. J. Robinson 475-JKI
Boyd and Mrs. John Strewn 4th
week were: Mrs. Roland Bryan Dlace. paper articles as to the sol-, J.


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1. Bradford Travelers Find '

Vacation Costs Up This Year 4a / the H .'',,,0"_ .

Bradford County families takIng $8.50 for gas and oil, and $3 ;,. -" .... .. .. .P. .... ..
vacation trips by automobilethis for trips and miscellaneous. "
summer will find the need The AAA report also answers t !
for fatter pocketbooks than In for Bradford County; car -
owners, the all-Important question > : 1 former years. ) t.aLa3 > : big Fcr Sale-Toy Poodles white WATER FRONT PROPERTY
The cost of everything is up. of how much it coats them r .room h/ardwcod/ & till 2 females $100 & $125. 8 weeks On Crosby Lake &Crosby Lan
Hotel and motel rates are higher per' year to": 6wn* and operate. a lots of storage apace Will Keep c'llldreTn: In my Jicme old) AKC Registered, shot and: Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Homes,:
food costs more, toll collectionsare their cars. Low Down payment A. J. 6 days a week from 6 a. m. to (wormed' Call Helen Hursey 473 Summer Cottage Or Year
more frequent and sales The average is now $1,448 a Realtor. 964-5701. tfo 6. p. m. 314 N. Church St. PH. 4315. 2te. Round Living.'
taxes are bigger in many areas. year for a standard-size car in .964-7043. 2tp.
All Lots To Go- Leah
the medium price range, with Air conations: Rent
The findings are based on a For -Nicely furnisher air
of vacation travel costs automatic transmission driven partm n survey
throughout the country, made by 10,000 miles annually. or 9645899. 2tp 723 Bush payinv rent on lot. next Walnut St. Phone 964-5735 Itp! Priced From 99500. Flnan-
the American Automobile Association. This takes into account the to Laundry and Cleaner, hi3 ding Available. Call 964-7701.
fixed costsfor depreciation SD'a PARENTfi-Men Cot has put a rental truck and FOR SALE: (MALLARD DUCKS
As a result, the figures show, insurance, license fees anduch- parents wants\ : Some trailer buslnor!. ooa *a d< Jot.BUISh' 2 mo. old, $S pair Phone 964- FOR RENT-Summer cottage
a Bradford County; couple will be amounting to $1,053 or $2.88 couples< end "woman." Gulf station' phone. 984- 5543. tf Klngsley/ Lake new' duple
Call Merritt Williams 964-5391
$39.50a per day. starts: $347 per month, 7361. Rent an E-Z Haul Truckor
spending approximately
!: 5 'week 10 ACRES comers on 2 roads office or 964-7788 home.
this traveling modestly The other costs, covering gas, person. day 8 hour Trailer 2tp 7-23
day year
or about $6 a day more than oil, tires and maintenance depend > Promotional' opportunities Eunice Road Laivtey, Timber. tfohg
in 1965. upon how much the car Retirement, side leave For Sale: 30" white porcelain Phone Jacksonville 389-4932 HOUSE PAINTING Interior-
That amount will take care is used. For 10,000-mile operation : : etc Plaase apply in sink:; 16" W: IV :splash. back; It-ch Exterler. Kool seal- mobile
of the necessities but not such they total $395, or 3.95 : only .Personnel Office, complete with faucets & trap.: homes.
FOLK GUITAR with full Hourly contract
extras as souvenirs,amusementsand cents a mile on average. THE 3'0'S REVISITED .: Center".' Oatnesy1. Reasonable. 200 E, Adklns St. case; or
human hair wig long fall and First class workmanship: contact
admissions to places of in- The total cost per mile 14.5 Nasarre for Junior .. An equal opportunity; em ZTpd.FOR ;
small hair t sister Lonnie Roberts,
piece ran Ralfont
terest. cents, compares with 12 cents cates borrows from the ttchg ;
five this soft suit look of movement 6'IUlbur:1tVall! clock; Fla. Mon.: Thur.; Fri 7 a. m
Thus, a two-week trip will years ago. RENT: TV sets, babJ'beds.
On this basis, Bradford County woven cotton. The ) OR STOLEN-PrEmier sectional couch; apartment: size 431'1126 nights and we'fcsvbg.
cost local minimumof
a couple a
residents are spending some tie Jacket. stretched : REWARD for re- eleq. guitars, amplifiers, gas stove; refrigerator'! ; 2 beds; to 5 p. m. 431-1126 nlghto: sod
about $550. This assumes hip, over a refrigerator: day' or week. DAHMER'S. 1 table 'weekends 4211768.
goes and 3 chair; 2 dressersRutIedge's 4tp 8-6
$8,369,000 a year to own and The
that they get 14 miles to the shirt and skinny Asklrt.Hunting Gospel Massansera. 8S4-7323. tfcngWATSON'S
gallon of gas and that they cover operate the 5,780 cars In use 904-7337 or Write P.O. Store Ph. 473-9629. FOR NOLLMAN'S rental' pro-
an average of 300 miles a locally. 536. Stale. e. TFC If no answer call 473-4512. Up penty !In ,Starke see Mrj. Carrie
Local gas stations have been
day.The FOR SALE 1 net & Ward 419 N. Cherry: St. tfcha-
: Bush Bog
$39.50 dally budget pro profiting from the general increase TYPEWRITERS: Manual or
vides for $14 for meals and in auto travel.Their gross Hours LimitsAnnounced For sale or rent. House of Vacuums Disc; one 6-ft. Grade Blade. For, Sale-Nice trailer sleeps] ,
slacks, another $14 for lodging, receipts in the past year reached County Tele..pb.JIMMY Both. 'With 3-point hitch. $90 4. $350. call 964-5256 Ucng'
3426000. Many brand of :new vacuum Nathan H. Starling 7823896. .
III m.ISlll. $39.00 up. Used machines from 2tp 7-30 Will keep Pre School ohildern1n

The hunting seasons, MOORE'S S10 Expert Repairs ill makes. my home,Mon. thru
7= ". It's a woma.'s hours, and bag limits Parts and Accessories for all For sale-1964 ford Galaxle SC4-7)40!) for information lip>
V. -.\- gratory dove, woodcock, SUN SPORTS vacuums. :Built in Central vac 500. 4 door sedan power
... :: ) and gallinules have been uum clearing' systems.; 712 N. steering and brakes air con- FOR SALE 64 Volkswagen
LWiidUibb! ed by the Game and Fresh MOORE BOAT FOR Main. Gainesville 378-7110 itloned: /will fir ane If nec: $300 cash.: Phone) 431-1765, Hal-
Fish Commission. YOUR MONEY e-st'' 9645390. 2tchg 7-30 ford. Fla. Up
FAYE'S FABRICS First Quality
According to For Rent Small ah-
rector Dr. O.E. Frye, Starke Ph. 964-5791 dress, drapery. upholstery PIANO IN STORAGE furnished
By Martha Sue McCain Beautiful stored conditioned house desirable
gun of the 1970-71 material. Notions chenille bedspreads Spinet-Console
County Extension son will sound on Complete Outboard & tapestries. Also seconds locaUy. Local person with\ :': excellent location, suitable for couple or

Home Economics Agent 5, with the opening of ) I Stern Drive Service and mm ends.: BankAmerl- credit can take' en small Individual 6560 M. A. Payne TFC.!964-

son for rails and Repair. Complete Fiberglass card: .nd Master Charge. Open payment balance.: Write Joplin
NOTICEWe fore cooking removes about ten season will continue Repair. Custom- Monday, 10-7( : Tues. through Piano Inc: Box 103, Panama FOR SALE-Registered Angus
have five sessions left in per cent of the thiamine in brown vember 13 with a dally built Sat.. 9-7; Sunday 1-6. Hwy. 301 City Fla. 32401._Itp. bull 2 1-2 yrs. .pipers: $300.00 C.
our CLOTHING SERIES. If you and parboiled white rice, and of 15 clapper and king Fiberglass Fishing Itt ml. north of Waldo tfchg C. Grlffls.!! _)phone:. : 7823903. Up
are interested in these please 25 per cent in regular white 25 sora and Virginia Boats. ,. For Sale-1969 Honda S65. $200.
call 964-6554. If you have enrolled rice. And when preparing vegetables 15 Florida and purple cash. Inquire at 137 N. GIl( b.. FOR SALE-Used Coldspot refrigerator
In these classes already, use the dark-green outer Shooting hours for Smith Plumbingand St. Just :behind Western Auto. $30. Phone !964-
please check your dates. leaves of lettuce and cabbageand gallinules will be ItD. 5875 after 4. Itchg

Thursday, July 23Zippers.. tops of young green onionsin before sunrise to sunset. '" Supply
Thursday, Aug. Facings & salads. They add color and Florida will again have
Bindings. contribute more than their shareof phase dove hunting '
Tuesday, Aug. Fastenings.. nutrients, particularly vitaminA Ing October 3 and MARY Raiford Road Experienced
Thursday, Aug. 13Hems.. value.When preparing cabbage through November 1. Phone 964-6023 BRADFORD
Tuesday Aug. Professional use the core, too. It has high ond phase will open Sewing Machine
Touches. concentration of vitamin C.Other and continue through Contracting and Repairs SEPTIC TANK
ONLY SKIN DEEP nutrients, like minerals, are 291 The third and final CARTER COMPANY
When preparing foods, take often concentrated in fruits and will open December 19 Plumbing Fixtures Operators
care not to wash or cut away a root vegetables In the part Just tinue through January 11. ; Water Heaters
lot of good nutrients. Rice, for under the skin. So keep those Shooting hours for Water Pumps *. Single Needle Owned & Operated Br
example is already clean when parings thin.FREEZE be from 12 noon to PAINTSNEW DON
you buy it. Just one washing be- RIGHT dally bag limit has Safety Stitch NEWMANS and
Freezing In one of the simplest established at 18, with MICHAEL, DOBBS.
and least timeconsumingways possession, after the ITEMS FOR RENT2 air condition! *. Double Needle

to preserve fruit. Here hunting, of 36. .2Jt14'p. ed cottages Klnglssy Lake INSTALLATION'REPAIRING
are a few pointers on successfully The season for WALL PAPER Call at night Ph 533-23G6
freezing fruits. In general, pens November 21 and tfchg $1.80 Per Hour
prepare fruit for freezing in ues through January Unpainted Furniture DRAIN CLEANOUTAND
about the same way as for serv dally bag will be five REDUCE SAFE end! Fast with and up PUMPING
ing. Large fruits usually make a possession 10. Shooting Wood GrainingKit Tablets, and! E-Vap

better product If cut In piecesor from one-half hour : : "Water Pills" Andrews Pharmacy. For Willing Workers Phone 964-6647
crushed before freezing.Good rise to sunset. K-80 Paint Remover 6tp! 8-6
parts of less perfect fruit can Stark Fla.
DID YOU KNOW It's to ttcht
be crushed or pureed. And prepare "The Commission easy I .
enough fruit for only a few September 5 opening EAST BROWNLEE own.. Longchamp Home? .Apply in person only,

containers at one time especially rails and gallinules STREET Better built for Florida. liv- 8:00: A.M. to 4:00: P.M.
those fruits that darken sportsmen a long ing. Your plans or ours. Your

rapidly. Two or three quarto! rail hunting as j lot or ours. Contact Buford Mon. thru Fri. ADDINO MACHINES Maa.Ml
is a good quantity to work with. is the Saturday prior to Mitchell, phone 964-6853.; P. O. II' electric. F 1"aIe.
Use equipment of aluminum Day" Frye said. EZERASE TYPEWRITER Box 238 Starke tfchg rent. Add, .oMract. credit bale

glass earthenware nickel, enameled stainless steel ware or, The woodcock hunting : Mimeo Paper Bond Vogue Mfg. Co.
goodquallty; tinware. You may coincides with the PUMPS
get metallic off-flavor if you quail season in the County Telegraph __ NEW AND USED __ 710 S. Water St.
.use Iron utensils, chipped enamel of Florida, and will r -- SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep Starke Fla.
ware or tinware that Is not hunters to add the
well tinned. And don't use galvanized their dally bag.According .
d ware In direct contact Tetanus Toxold: Water Softeners & Filters CERAMICSRoad
to Frye, the Sleeping sickness
with fruit or fruit Juices becausethe Expert Service On
for snipe hunting has Ulper Hepatitis Lepta
acid In fruit dissolves.zinc.. layed until Florida CombloUa All Makes 16 at Intersection
which is poisonous. framework for Plumbing !Service! with Road 121
that tells ANDREWS DRUGS
For a free bulletin Phone 964-7061
THE FIRST NAME IN all about freezing fruits and Ing. Snipe shooting is
SMALL CARS' you vegetables contact this office, sociated with duck .,. DURRANCE PUMP c RAIFORD, FLA.

generally takes place In RE NT12' wide 2 bed AND SUPPLY CO. CLASSES SUPPLIES
fowl habitat and will
trailer outside
: : city
hunters a mixed bag. The J. B. White 9646114. INSURANCEAT POURING SERVICE
work for waterfowl Is REDUCED RATES
"Th rot of women tr :t.tcba'
tnOden\ IaUOIa" it a new credit ed in late August. AUTO. FIRE. BOAT Phone 431.1881
2nd Ave. 2nd St. S. E. course m an Ivy wag !! !! DOYLE E. CONNER

Gainesville, Florida coUtgt, out the /fellow who ed The that Commission the three BARRETTWater INSURANCE AGENCY

season has, in the past tcbg
successful and Conditioning
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I. to hunters harvest with the more ; and Pump Co. BAIRDMobile ON WANTED

Owen Joist Company of Florida bird than any other ; Homes
son. The daily bag of 130 Court Street USEDCLOTHING
Is part of a two year Phone 964-5832 NEW and USED 25.75 Cases
study to determine 8.10.12' Wide'Galne5.Ule
NEEDS of the hunter on the STARITEWater Grade B

population. Good Quality

I DRAFTSMAN TRAINEE Hlh! School graduate Conditionersand Pumps Reasonably Priced Many Good Items EGGSALL

preferably with some merhanfcal drawing and have : Gainesville 378-2785
WELL For only 25c eachFAiTN
completed military obligation. Sales and Rentals Serviced. Guaranteed md
Delivered la Starke AreaNO .


*. 24 Hour Service 179: 441 N. 4502 NW I JibGainesville PRICEContact

2 FLORIDA RENT-Mountain Cottage, Jimmy
Fill Dirt and FOR SALE
Concrete block
Surnt d. Wctfcs: tax 244Starke.
NNdNNaONNN&NSNeannouncing Lime Rock July August and bouse; 3 bedroom 1 bath, central STORE12S Fla.
heat ft alr-oondltlonlnx.< Core
Qualified R. E. Edmond.'on.
ar Route Box 32. Black nor lot. Phone 964-5367. tfchg N. Court SI.
Phone 964- 1taln. N. C. 28711. Phone>
Starke, ( ) 6C9-68C1. ttehJr POSTED SIGNS: Treated to
withstand we ther- 20c each ..-
12.25 doz. Special price on larger
THE OPENING OFRoger's ] George E. LaRue quantities. Bradford County.
Tele-graph.: tf
) WANTED: Used Wrlnrer-Waah- eeUSE.
Dire Homeowner.LIFE
House Of I
UpholsteryWE and er. Will pay cash or tike In
Heights area trade on anything.: DAHMER'S.
Keystone Heights 473-460) B84-7923._tf-ehg
WILL BUY: Used Appliances
and 8 track! tapes[ for sale TV' Stereos, anything -
of value. _
$5.00 or $3.50! with, a 'trade DAHMER'a.

, FREE ESTIMATES 710 St. Johns at DAIC.UER'3:: Discount AMANA 7-foot chest: ,J'/I"Icor.: e ea

PALATKAIs .-.o, tfchg that carry n 5-yrar warrantyfor .

and 8 Track Slcroo:: Tape labor and purls. for onlY$14J.
and Anywhere within
Open for c.iri fir wile, only !).!.. n't' DAIIMKH'S. tfchg

25mi: Radius : $19'!US at DAIIMEU'S Discount: .d. Cubic Foot ""wn'nut grain Dclinoilco BRADFORD C0.7'
Uch 6 {/
Repaired : Vrcr/ar. like new. 'c -MINCE iN79- NrI.
PHONE 964-8350 Re.upholstered Ladles for Trl- Holds 210 ll>s. Ncu-ly lull price
at DA1IMK1CS:; DlNcouiul! UVUMO.tfchg.
Chem L''jil'l! Kmbrolilly.: : : '
416 EAST CALL ST. NEW MATI'RE ; : DOle 3.17. P.ilatiku.: Fla.
CMP your Poodfc" -
STARKE, FLORIDA tt.OO. Cull KaUiy, Myers.
Call Collect 3Z $ SALE-4 City Iota 414 N.
M Ma li atf fli a B H 411-1423. -. tfolrg Water 6i. Uch{ 633-2413 *4tchg 7-30


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