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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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= ; :: ::; In Race assignments Final decision for Bradford on pupil

Budget ,, I schools rests now with .'
L lS OveR Judge (Charles R. Scott, ,
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{ fi'/OIJ.I And Will
A'i J A If Stay Middle District of Florida. i
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Stumps t ,, I nhal' I I I OW[ IT rl( A decision establishing a tai: |
/{ / ({ Nf Of tary school system here is ex- I
HVl; NI: TO m>! rIfi'IVC pected in the next few days, ac- V
,, ANII Nlr.tUJY. Against Lawson *
County cording to Supt. Tom Casey,
: 'a '
i hopefully sometime around the
i '-' middle of next week.

Incumbent H.A. Lawson whom Obviously relieved that the final -
District 2 school board candi- ,
]BoardReaching date Julian McRae, who actually McRae is challenging, did[ not school desegregation decisIon -
s has been removed from local
lives in District 5, says he is Indicate, when questioned Mon-
going to make the race against day night, to do anything other hands, Supt. Casey told the four
a stalemate Monday school board members
District 2 Incumbent H.A. Law- than run the same type campaign present
night with expenditures still outstripping s ,.,. Monday night that:
has five times
", ay son, a 20-year veteran. he previously -
income by about ,r "It's now a legal position Instead -
McRae says there are two Florida
$30,000 Bradford county commIssioners of
Court political. Nobody can \
Supreme cases, one
set another bud
yet In Alachua and one in Clay County protest.
session for tonight(Thursday, Casey said he spent about 30
which his of
July 30) at 8:30.A : support position Zoning minutes In conference with Judge
opposing the candidate of his
Monday night motion, by ,, choice no matter what district Scott in Jacksonville last Friday,
Commissioner Dave Shuford, to the challenger lives in. He indicated the day on which he was ordered i
to present the court a plan fora I
raise millage 7/10 of one mill Wednesday every Intention Hearing unitary school system. '
and cut several) public service Ji a to make the race and to He presented the federal Judge

funds, such as the $500 for the ,, defend his position in court if with two plans, Casey said: I
Suwannee River Valley Authority ? ..1 challenged.The 1'
Mom i1M Monday J 1)) That pupil assignments remain .
Bradford school
voted When Shu- superintendent's -
was never on. as they have been since '
ford saw he wasn't going to geta # L office states there is 1968, with the all black schoolsatLawffiyAndersonElemenffiry
vote, he withdrew the motion. no question but what McRae,
a A Bradford's ,
public hearing on
$ w local Insuranceman, has filedto
Chairman Zedra Hamilton gave run in a school board dis- proposed zoning law Is scheduled and Starke, RJE Elementary.
his gavel to Commissioner Ralph rj trict in which he does not live. Monday, Aug. 3, at 2:30: p.m. 2) That the two all black schools
Bryan to second the motion. But V McRae lives in school boarddls- by the County Commission. be closed and the 271 students
when Shuford amended his mo- h4 trict 5. That postls held by Board It will be the second public absorbed by present Integrated
tion to include cutting the $500 Member Seeber Goodman who hearing held on the new zoning schools.
to the SRVA, Hamilton[ withdrewhis Is not opposed this election. code. The first was held July 10 It was made plain to him by
support. Confusion here apparently a- by the County Zoning Committee. the Judge, Casey said, that the

Total Income figure was cut rose since county commissionnd two all-black schools will not
$7,500 to $804,972 Monday night The proposed zoning code was be allowed to remain In
when Clerk Inman Green told This schedule maker is where a high school directly: in back of his desk he has:! only to swing lot the school board McRae districts lives are in turned over that night to tho .

commissioners race track tax principal spends many summer hours. Principal around to face the board which his school. opera ounty commission same. district 2. County Commission to considerfor tion."I want you to have full know-

funds for 1970-71 at much belowan Italph Digits:: \ has: IMs one attached to the wallBradford's lion centers. Circuit Court Clerk Inman final adoption as a county ledge the alternate plan has Justas
earlier estimate. been: says that McRae Is quali- ordinance. That will be done good a chance of being accepted -
Expenditures in the county bud- fied to run against Lawson as Monday after the commission as any," Casey told the

get now stand at$831.000, leavingthe NEW ATMOSPHERE SEEN far as the clerk's office !is concerned holds its required public hear- four board members.
difference Shuford was goingto The clerk's office has ing.If Under the court order Issued
make up with a mlllage hike. no authority to challenge the adopted as law, the Monday two weeks ago, Bradford County
More than $10,000 has been cut candidacy of any persons who meeting will be the culmination could continue legal action with
from the first drafts of the bud- can be certified to the regis of three years of work. The zon- hearings before Judge Scott dur
get. The General Fund now stands BHS .Shoe Pinches trar's office in Tallahassee. ing code has been pushed to ing the first week !in August. But
.at $458,010 up $50,000 from last ; 0 Should ,McRae bo challenged. completlon in the past year under Supt. Casey indicated Monday
year. The Road and Bridge Fundis 0' the case will be In the Eighth the, ''Chairmanship of, John night' "that no plans are being
at $211,700, up about $30,000 Judicial Circuit Court. Torode, local Shell Oil dealer, made to take further court act-
from last year, the increase School Supt. Tom Casey stated who took over the zoning com- Ion.The
going for cost-of-living pay Increases his only interest in the case was mittee a year ago after work superintendent seemed .
and to pay for new road Broad Changes SetGood to point out that McRae did qualify had bogged down.If willing( as did the four board
equipment. The Fine and Forfeiture In a school board district[ in the code is adopted as law, members, to accept as final the
fund is at $135,260, down which he does not live. the Commission will appoint a ruling Judge Scott will hand down.
about $14,000 from last year. five member board of adjustment Board members present were

The budget figures Include a old Bradford High may meeting the needs of but a small months long, but last for a se- and a zoning director. Those Chairman H.A. Lawson, Charles
five per cent cost-of-living increase look the same on the outside segment of a student body that mester. The six period day has provisions are Included In the Sawyer, Seeber Goodman, and
for all county employees. when school begins Sept. 8, but has many extremes Instead, failed, he feels, to provide the t t special act of the legislature Rodney hall
The pay increases total ap- plans ]laid by Principal Ralph Diggs envisions a system oriented flexibility needed in the BUS passed In 1965. the authority; The U.S. Office of Education
proximately $15,000! according tan Diggs this summer may make It to the student and parent, program. It has hampered the bus I ,a t r l under which the county Is act- CHEW) in Atlanta was also ordered
estimate by Clerk Inman much different Inside. not around teachers. schedule and the athletic and Ing. by Judge Scott's orderto

Green. A practical man, Diggs realized There has been too much teach band oroerams. present the court with plan
Departmental budgets now that many things Inherentin ing to "make the same shoe fit Classes have been too large, for unitary schools In the north
stand at: agriculture, 18,829; the traditional high school everybody," is a DIggs phrase. based on 27 students, Inherently Olson In Florida school desegregation
health, $26,092; motor vehicles academic operation have been Some courses are only three restricting the freedom of ses A primary promulgated.plan filed by HEW
civil defense teachers !in handling instruction '
inspection, $14.971; IltEll '
$24,486; library, $17,109; on any other than a group basis ,' 1 'a City RaceTitus officials called for last pairing Thursday the two, July school 23,
sanitation, $42,857; sheriff, and adding to discipline prob- ne ,w r 1+ Qn't in
Lawtey with three
grade at
$118,600 ambulance, $15,600 lems. In other words, with so
; ;
Lawtey Elementary and the other
hospital, $15,000; Medicaid,$15.- $3..7 Million many students, teachers have i Olson, former Starke three at Anderson Elementary.
000' and commodles, $1,800. been more or less forced to bond trustee, has qualified to In Starke HEW called for pair- i
Budgets I ofofficerslnth court- keep everybody on the same page for the 3
run Group city coun- ing Starke, Southside, and RJF \
house have no big changes from in the book to keep any kind of cil seat now held by Councilman Elementary Schools.
last year, according to Clerk system In operation. Nell Tucker.
Green. The Clerk's budget is up So, the two-year BUS head, But an alternate plan also sub-
First primary of the city e-
a little over $4,000 from the Budget Okay known best at the high schoolas lection is set Tuesday, Sept. 8, mitted Thursday by the federal
officials called did Bndord'aalternate
addition of a fourth secretary a stern disciplinarian, has same day as the county and
approved by the commission[ ; the been making hay while his stu- I state prlmalres. Qualifying in plan, for closing the
secretary of the circuit Judge dents have been away. two all-black schools.

was given a pay"Increase which For Schools The "new" BHS this fall will t" 'tr''t'tf the Aug. city 18. Registration voting ends books at closeat noon education Primary office plan recommends presented by that the

exceeds the five cent cost- :
per have3 5 p.m. Aug. 24. Bradford High and Bradford-
of-llvlng, and the sheriff has month courses. ; Olson's entrance In the city
Union Vocational Technical Cen-
A 7 period day, with about
been authorized a third Jailer
contest makes the first race so
at $6,000. $3.7 million 1970- The action was taken after 18 students per class. ,, far. Tucker is also qualifiedfor ter, serving grades 9-12, remain.
71 schools budget was adopted Supt. Tom Casey spent nearlytwo -Teachers who will beinstruc- 'tc. as presently operated.
unanimously Tuesday night by hours explaining the bud- ..., .................... e re-election to his Group 3 Bradford Middle[ School, now
on Page ) seat.
t-------- the Bradford Board of Public get to board members and 10 with[ grades 6-8, would be changed
tt Incumbent Orie Wiggins has to a seventh and eighth structure
(Jfe Instruction. persons present for the public
t I hearing required before adoption 2 Sizzler Winner! entered the Group 1 race, but serving the entire county.
: Three entries[ had guessed the same times, several hours Noegel has qualified for the Group
transferred to RJE
Time AgainA board salaries acted, was to made finalize( before the huge the Jail HereTwo off the actual time, 5:21: p.m. Saturday, July 21, that First 5 seat now held by CouncilmanTom School. Elementary
I-ederal's sign clock reached 100 degrees. Nolin who has stated he
t bill. Custodians will Starke, Southside, and RJE Elementary -
familiar sight these daysis receive spending annual increments of$100 prisoners escaped from So the first entry with the closest time, Mrs. Joan Chitty, will not seek re-election due Schools would be reorganized
t I. I II the Sunday night and Starke, won the Sizzler Contest first prize- mini-refrigen- to conflicts with his position
an automobile tag, recently per year for five years under county; Jail tor. She is shown to a paired system
receiving[ the prize from FF President for Brad
purchased, being carried in handor the new policy set by the Board. are being sought by the Sheriffs Bud Mlzell. top as purchasing agent with Starke serving grades K-2,
t I even protruding from a wo- Department ford County schools. Southside grades 3-4, and RJE ,
man's The raises will be retroactive The pair got out through an Second prize, a tape recorder, went to Mrs. Bertha Pearce; grades 5-6. t
t I Auto purse.tags went on sale July 1 1. to include prior service, pushing upstairs window on the north third prize, $15 cash, went to Mrs. E.K. Perryman; fourth Lawtey and Anderson Elementary *,
1 Deadline to purchase 1970 license most school custodians Immed side of the Jail which faces Pratt prize, $10 cash, went to Mrs. Wesley Griffin, and fifth prize, 3 Schools would be paired,
t $5 cash B & E'sNet
.. went to L.C. Early.Blight.
plates is August 20. iately above the $3,600 starting Street. They jumped onto small with Lawtey having grades K-3
Residents are steadily trooP- salary and some to the maxi- balcony, then to the ground, according and Anderson grades 4-6.
: APPRECIATIONNIGHT ing into the office of Tax Col- mum $4,100. Adjusting custodial to information from Chief LittleThree Hampton and Brooker Elemen
lector J.R. Kelly, who will sell salaries was pushed by Board Dolph Reddish. To Cut tary Schools would continue to
over 7,000 tags before it's all Member Seeber Goodman and the Tho pair is: serve grades K-6 student residing -
1 I over for another year. His office method of Increments adoptedwas Ronnie Mlnton Jones, 23,Jacksonville break-Ins, Including two In their respective attendance
suggested by Board Member being held for breakingand safe crackings were reported In
Sponsored By will remain open Saturday, zones.
1 I
Bradford Aug. 15, for persons unable toget Charles Sawyer. entering a Morgan Road resi- the City of Starke during the Bradford County adopted
1 Neitthborhoodl to the courthouse during Board members present for dence. Corn Yield past week, according to information "m ster plan" for school opera
weekday business hours. the final budget hearing were Thomas M. Sales Jr., 26, serv- from city police and the ation in 1968, which resulted In
I Civil Defense t Price of license plates is down Rodney Hall Chairman H.A. ing one year >In the county Jail county sheriffs office. many changes toward an Integrated ,{
Bldg. a ]little because the state this Lawson, Goodman and Sawyer on five charges of illegal possession Corn production in Bradford nor Kirk. Biggest haul was $24 from the system.For several year
1 July 30, 8 P.M. 1i t year has reverted to 12 month School board candidates Julian of credit cards. County will be cut to approximately In addition to Morgan, the Bradford safe of the Jerome Johns blacks have attended all county
tags, Instead of the 13-month McRae, Blaine Thompson, and The pair escaped while being 35 per cent of a normal County Disaster t Committee!; (Phillips 66)) 011 Co. on south schools from kindergarten
i Special Awards t tag purchases designed to ease Arthur Gasklns were also pre transferred from the day cell crop as a result of corn blight is composed of Lloyd Dyal, Clyde Temple Ave. The front door of through high school. All-black ;
1 For Volunteer Workers) the strain on officials by spread- sent. to sleeping quarters,Deputy Red damage, it was estimated at a Cone, Warren Carver, C.M. the bulk plant, facing US-301 RJE High School was phased out
Ing purchases. Raises had already been tabbed dish said meeting I of the Bradford County Woodley, and County Agent G.T. was broken open to gain entry and the grades 7-12 transferred
I Guest Speaker t Prices of license plates Is: In the new budget tor custodians, Disaster Committee >In the coun- Hugglns. Doors of the safe were pried open. to BHS and BMS. .

Rep Eugene F. Shaw A and R designations motorcycles but the Increases were to be ty agricultural building last Friday Despite serious yield ]losses The rear door of the BP bulk But the school board acting ,
1 I are 1055. Q tags, left to the descretion I of princi- Saunders Sets afternoon. from the blight epidemic, thereIs plant, close to Jerome Johns'on under a neighborhood school concept -
-Public Invltedco..CII for antlgues, are also $10.55. pals prior to Tuesday night's "This means that there will be no evidence that the affected Temple Ave., was opened for retained all-black Anderson
1 D tags are $13.05; plains, policy being established. Aug. 19 Visit a shortage of livestock teed on corn Is harmful to animals that entry, but thieves met only frustration and RJE Elementary School. '
t te $20.55; W, $28.05; WW, $35.55; Only other change In the new local farms," said Leaton Mor- feed on it. according to Dr. E.T. there. The policy was defended on the .
V tags for trailers, $5.55. spending bill was a transfer of Sen. Bob Saunders will be at gan, Jr., committee chairman, York, the University Florida's That door didn't lead to the basis that the two school constituted
I ( omuni t.9 t Mil tags, for mobile homes, about $14.000 to teacher retirement the: Bradford County Courthouse but the group did not classifythe provost of agriculture. However, supply room where the safe was neighborhood school.
are sold by length and prices funds from the contingency on Wednesday, Aug. 19 at 10 situation In Bradford Countyas there is always a possibility of located. But the wall to that That concept was challenged
vary from $20.55 to $80.55. fund That was dore in case am. on his monthly visitation a "disaster". disgestive upsets among cattle room was broken open. The door by HEW. Supt. Casey and Attorney
: ct tAte> 4nk j Truck license plates are sold the majority I of teachers decide schedule. All counties in the affected feeding on green corn or other of the safe was pried open, but George Pierce took the i
by weight. to switch to county and state The District 7 state! senator area were requested to report highly fermentable material nothing was Inside. county case to a hearing In {
-..---a.e w" Residents may reserve their retirement system, which they visits each of the counties he represents to the State Committee by last which could cause bloat from BP manager VV.L. Thomas had Washington, D.C.Continued ..,1,1, 'i;t
t. __.... _- c-: t, favorite number by paying $1 t once-per month to talk Monday as basis for a subse- never used the safe Me didn't ,...,f'r 1..,
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Miss Brenda GuinnIs Ism Luncheon Given Jennifer Wheeler Duplicate Bridge

Complimented For Miss Hgen Has Birthday PartyLittle Club Results

P At Norman Home

I Ii Miss Diane Hgen of Keystone Jennifer .Jo Wheeler Mrs. TktorrUl Struth and John

L Miss Brenda Guinn, fiancee of :i Heights, fiancee of John Joseyof .Celebrated her first birthday. Saturday Mussollne were the winning couple -
1 I I Lynwood Walters, was honored Jacksonville and Kingsley ; afternoon when her mother. at the Duplicate',Bridge Club
at a party Thursday evening given Lake, was complimented at a Mrs. Fred Wheeler Jr., gave a Tuesday night with five tablesIn
S, by Mrs."James V. Crosby, luncheon last Thursday at the party for her and 18 children play.
Mrs. John C. Green, Mrs. Mar- Garden Restauran given by Mrs. at their home on Highway 16 Mrs. Martha Moore and Mrs.
ton A. Payne and Mrs. A. Rust W.B. Mundy and Mrs. Guy Sale. Edward Burns were second;Mrs.
Gladya Mooty: Phone 964-7608 sell Norman, at the home of the Centering the luncheon table The ;youngsters played gamesIn George Miller and Mrs. J.D.
|t latter on East Call Street. was an arrangement of mixed the yard and enjoyed refresh- Odom were third; Mr. and Mrs.
Society Editor > Mrs. Norman greeted guests summer flowers in a liver menu. The refreshment table Clyde B. Terwlllegar Jr. were
i at the door and presented them epergne flanked by five-branch: was centered with a birthday fourth.
', to Miss Guinn; her mother, Mrs. silver candelabra with pink ta cake, encircled with roses and The club meets each Tuesday
"< Robert Guinn, and Mrs.S.L. Peek pers. Bridal place cards marked fern. night at 7:30 p.m. In the Pratt
Jr., mother of the groom. the seating arrangment for the Assisting were Mrs. WheelerSr. Street Recreation Center and Is
Mrs. J.E. Hardy Invited guests ; 21 guests, including Mrs. Frank Mrs.Maurice Overstreet,and open to all bridge players.
Into the Florida room. The re i iiii Ilgen, mother of the honoree,, Mrs. Al Gordon of Jacksonville.
freshment table covered with a ( I and Mrs. L.E. Josey, motherof Junior Club BoardThe

white linen cloth was centered the bridegroomelect.The Mr. ,and Mrs. Clyde B. TerwlUegar -
with a lovely arrangement of pink I II IIr. hostesses presented Miss Mrs. John executive board of the
Jr. Mr. and .
Ilgen with a silver vegetable dishes ,
roses and white mountain hydrangea Junior Woman's Club will meet
and Mrs.
a memento of the occasion. Meyers, and Mr.
In silver and ) Jim Lawson
a crystal Carl L. Johns were deep sea at the home of Mrs. -
epergne. Three-branched can- Mrs. L.H. Jennings Is visitIng fishing with Capt. Bill Bailey on July 30 at 8 p.m. All
dlebra held tall pink tapers to I officers and chairmen are requested -
T : ,- Mr. and Mrs. Gen Kus- xi the Bushwacher off Jacksonville -
accent the roses. A silver punch to attend.It .
chel In Jacksonville this week. Beach Sunday.
bowl was at one end of the table, 11.; !
balanced by a large silver tray . . . . . . . . .. . . . ,

Y of dainty; sweets. Other silver >
trays and compotes held sandwiches -
nuts and tarts. Mrs.S.L. I !i

Peek Sr., Mrs. D.E. Canova, and .. Finally Happened .
m."" '
Mrs. W.T. Walters poured punch
during the party hours.
Yellow roses and yellow mari- .Debra Jane Johns, Patrick A. Henry
golds were used' In the other
party rooms. Wed In First Baptist Church RitesMiss

The hostesses presented Miss
Guinn with a rose corsage anda Debra Jane Johns, daugh- lace appliques. Her only ornament The Of
silver nut dish and spoon.They ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome was a gold locker of her Winners FESq RsT'

also presented Mrs. Peek and Johns, and Patrick Alexander paternal great grandmother and SAVry
+ Mrs. Guinn with rose corsages. Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. lavaliere containing the diamond FBA s

l tits About 100 guests called during A.H. Henry, exchanged nuptialsvows from her maternal grand- ..I"GS
s the party hours.Luncheon. Friday, July 17, at 7:30 mother's wedding ring. She car- The Sizzler
/!'y C p.m. in the First Baptist Church ried an old fashioned nosegayof

with Rev. W.A. Hogan performing white butterfly roses, step- y
Given the ceremony. hanotis, Ivory picot satin streamers -

tt'r'r For Miss Harrell Miss Kim Bartlett, organist, and seed pearls.A Contests
and Paul Galloway of Jackson- reception was held at the +

And Miss GuinnMiss ville, soloist, gave a programof home ot the bride's parents,
nuptial music. 708 East South Street, where

Gloria Harrell of Moul- Centering the altar was an antique old-fashioned nosegays, rose Have BeenAnnounced

trie, Ga., fiancee of Harry Hat- urn holding a draped old trees and topiary trees were
cher ED, and Miss Brenda Guinn fashioned arrangement of pink used at points of Interest. The
of Gainesville, fiancee of Lyn- and white stock, gladioli, Fugi urn lamp and cupid from the
wood Walters, were guests of pompoms, asters, mums and church Decorations were also i !
honor Saturday when Miss Betsy roses. This was flanked by a used. Mrs. Warren Winkler and
Jacqueline. Carol Smith Becomes Bride Matthews entertained at a gold antique floor lamp designedas Mrs. Harold Godwin greeted
I luncheon at the E.L. Matthews a fountian with contlnous oil guests at the door and presentedthem
Of 1.. J. Kite Jr. In Home Ceremony cottage on Kingsley Lake. drips in motion and a large gold to the receiving line com-

The luncheon was centered with cupid on a pedestal. Forming the posed of the bride's mother, the

Jacqueline Carol Smith, daugh- phone Co. In Gainesville. a wedding bell with a garland of background were large fern groom's mother, the bride and
The daisies and ivy extending from the trees. The kneeling bench was groom and bridal attendants.
ter of Mrs. Opal Smith and the groom, son of Mr. and
late Jack Smith of Brooker, became Mrs. L.J. Kite Sr., is also a bell down the length of the table. covered with white linen and Miss Paige Howard, Mrs. J.M.
1968 Bridal place cards marked the overlaid with ecru crochet made Howard Jr. and Mrs. J.H. Cash
the bride of L.J. Kite Jr. graduate of BUS. He recently t $u
by the bride's maternal great kept the bride's book. On this
Wednesday night, July 8, at 8p.m. completed a six months seating arrangement of the ten
grandmother. The family pews table easel hold-
tour In the National Guard at guests. was an antique
at the home of the groomIn LEFT Mrs. Joan Chittyfiltu
marked with and white :
The honorees each were pink Ing tooled frame
Starke. Fort Jackson, S.C., and Is now were presented a copper con-
the in business for himself In with a miniature white nosegays. in the foyer of the taining childhood pictures of the I is the lucky winner of
Eev. W.H. Eddy performed
Starke. nosegay. and silver compote as a church was an arrangement of bride and groom. 1't the MiniRefrigeratorgiven
The nuptials ceremony.were performed memento of the occasion. At the pink tea roses in a silver eper- The bride's table was covered : I away in First Fed.

against a background of golden -J'.t-: : ..;;;....;,,.,.. place setting of each of the guestswas gne.Frank with a white organdy cloth ap- eral's Sizzler Contest.
L. Williams attendedthe
with large oval medal-
pink pllqued '
nosegay. i
arched candelabra accented by isM
Mrs. Matthews assisted her groom as best man, and lions of hand embroidered red 1fr' ., Presenting the prize
pedestal baskets of gladioli, daughter in entertaining the ushers were Robert Pace, Cal- roses around the skirt and small B. F. Mizell, Jr., Pr si.
mums and carnations.The guests. vin Pace, Phillip Johns, brotherof round medallions of rosebuds on ) dent of First Federal.
bride in
the bride and J.
Smith. top. The table was centered withan
her brother, Jerald Smith,
Miss Rebecca Newham
attendedas antique gold and crystal five-
chose a street length gown of Miss Mann maid of Bridal
Weds honor. attendants branch candelabra with white ta-
taffeta with of white
an overlay
were Miss Ginger Fort- pers. The bride's cake was five
lace. The white A-line gown was Sgt. LizenbeeIn cousin of the
ner, bride, from layers separated by white col-
fashioned with bell sleeves of
J ltiw.t Hawaii Belle Glade, and Misses Eliza- ums and decorated with Ice pink
sheer lace, scalloped at the beth Howard of Tltusville, anc:;! roses and white swans, topped
wrists, as were the necklineand
Marsan Howard Lake Butler, with two cupids. The cake was
bottom of the dress. Her Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mann of cousins of the
bride, and Miss baked by the bride's aunt, Mrs.
bouquet was of feathered car- Lake Butler wish to announcethe Holly Gesner of Ponce, Puerto W.S. Howard of Lake Butler.
nations circling a lavender d marriage of their daughter, Rico. Cutting the cake were Mrs. S.
throats orchid, and white satin t Georgia Torena, to Marion C. The maid of honor wore a R. Marco of Jacksonville, Mrs.

streamers.Sue Lizenbee, son of Mr. and Mrs. gown of avacado chiffon over G.J. McGriff Jr., and Mrs. W.
Ellen Smith
served her
Marion C. Lizenbee of Starke. taffeta featuring long full sleeves B. Mundy.>
sister as maid of honor. She The marriage took place July and a high mandarin collar. Ac-
wore a dress of mint green 1 In Walkikl, Hawaii while Sgt. cents of Ivory lace were aroundthe Presiding the cut glass punch /",......q'A1'U
knit and carried a bouquet of Lizenbee was on rest and recuperation empire wasit and extendedup bowl were Mrs. Gene Normanof y rlryar" '- ,
pink and white carnations. leave from Vietnam. the front of the bodice and Jacksonville and Mrs. Mar- "'
.ssQC.\ :
John Kite attended his brotheras Mrs. Lizenbee returned home around the collar. Tiny ivory tha Saunders of Lake City; sisters ,
best man.Following. July 10 and will reside in Gaines- buttons centered the front bod- of the groom. .r.S .... \.P(... cl.oS"'Iro -
the ceremony, a reception ville where she is a nurse In the Ice. The bridesmaids wore Iden- Also assisting In serving and i 0\\ -...::.......... .-
was held In the dining VierlingCrawfordThe University; of Florida Medical tical dresses except In a darker caring for the guests were Mrs. 14W4r ...........--
room of the Kite home where a Center. shade of arabesque green. Theyall O.L. Haynes Jr., Mrs. John An- h
basket of pink and white car- marriage of Miss Geraldine -
carried nosegays of pink derson of Callahan, Mrs. Harvey Yr
'l nations and sprays of gladioli Louise Vierling, of Lake BATES DINNER sweetheart roses, pink carna- S. Fogg of Orlando, Mrs.
\accented the buffet. The bride's Butler, to Aaron Edward Craw- tions, baby breath, pink lace are1 John Torode. Mrs. Joseph Val- tjrr JuW1 VflQ
table, was covered with an 1mYortod ford, of Lawtey, will be solemnized Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Batesof pink satin streamers. Iski, Mrs. J.E. Denmark, Mrs. \

white lace cloth over at 8 p.m. Friday, July the State Farm, who are movingto Miss Adrienne Kazarian, of Maxie Carter Jr., Mrs. Ray- Z'.0 \
pink linen and centered :31, fit the home of the bride's ""I i Ct'o.t.O' \
by a Jacksonville on August 6,were Orlando, cousin of the bride, mond Rowell, Mrs. Carol Car- co.rt\S, o e1 S
three-tiered wedding cake. mother, Mrs. Pearl Gordon, In honored at a covered dish supper attended as flower girl. She wore ter, Mrs. Hazel Ritch, Mrs. rr,r ,'' TI Rjg104lZpe' !! !.'' \\,;0IID ICI'o!
Balancing the cake were sliver Lake Butler. Saturday night In St. Edward's a pale green taffeta A-line gown. Carolyn Redgrave,and Mrs.Bob- r WAHeABjWNNCAgWH' WO y11F.MOFPICIA '
e1l 1:
entwined with fern.
Miss Vierling Is a 1970 grad- Parish Hall. Hostesses were The bride given in marriage by Biggs. !i$ ERMINEDLV ZS "
Mrs. J.D. Warren presided at'the uate of Union County; High School. Mrs. Mike Gllhooly, Mrs.Robbie by her father, wore an importedgown After spending some time with f 'II"so'tIJ"o"1." \
punch bowl and Mrs. Gus Mr. Crawford son of Mr. and Shaller, Mrs. Paul Meng, Mrs. of ivory peau de sole their guests the couple left on a 01l! AIGEARgOA.LHCrrV'
Wynn and Mrs. E.M. Prevatt Mrs. A.J. Crawford of Lawtey, Francis Meng and Mrs. Joe Cis fashioned in a princess design. wedding trip to Daytona Beach. tot\1I\"et'
Jr. cut the rake Is a 1966 graduate of Bradford Alencon lace ruffling, beaded with The bride traveled In a Navy \s't 'I'o.t! I' totl'o0"! "
Miss Sharon Rowe kept thebride's High School and is employedwith sy.The U-shaped dining table was tiny pearls and crystals cycled blue and white Italian knit three \ AgCOPDEA! ,

book. the Department of Trans- covered with white linen cloths the high neckline and extended piece suit with Navy accessoriesand 8! AgAF 8WD pv'ccapRSZ
After brief
a wedding "Z '
trip to I\e\\'tll"
portation In Jacksonville.Mrs. and centered with an arrange- down the front of the a corsage of white roses. \
Ocala the couple is residing at ment of summer flowers. Down They are residing on East
edging the hem. The long Wat- 7&w'
741 S. Orange Street the length of the side tables teau train was detachable. Her South Street, Starke. pEAAVMANff
The bride, a 1968 graduate of !
John Glover is a medi- was a garland of Ivy. veil of illusion was held by a tot\\!
Bradford High School, is em- cal patient In Memorial Hospital Fifty; guests were Invited to double contoured bow of G"t't'\t4
ployed by Southern Bell Tele- peau Family GettogetherFor '1
Jacksonville. enjoy the occasion. de sole with matching beaded 4THpASZB' t10M 4. 'IIIS\! 1>
Mrs. FoggAt

Kingsley LakeMrs. SrN,1ya!. SS I.lID. ERAI.V! \\\!APAepaR
MP.4G t"t\1!! OP THOpp

Millie J. Fogg, of Starke, -.WI.CO to\1'"sSr-V'{ ,
Your VOTE and SUPPORT was honored recently with a family .THSA'i\ ,s .
get-together dinner at the \ .
Kingsley Lake home of her daughter -
Mrs. Leta Fogg Durban.
:+ Present with Mrs. Fogg on
,. In Sept. 8 Democratic Primary this occasion were her five

daughters, Mrs. Durban, Mrs.
1, Will Be AppreciatedBy Leola Roberts and Mrs. Llnnle

McCulley, of Starke;Mrs.Lillian
7onway of Gainesville, and Mrs.
Leecy Johns, Macclenny; and one
a son, Jewett C. Fogg, of Starke.

Also attending were three Even though the
granddaughters, five great- Contest over
Nar r c Maurice Edwards Jr. granddaughters and six great- THERMOMETER KIT YOU CAN STILL BE A WINNERS

((6)) ATTKACTIVC TMCMMOMfTCM rO* By Popular Demand we have had to
HOME OFFICC, DIN and AUTO. PUT ONI IN BVCftV these reorder


Louise Batten, daughter of Mr. 'attractive, 10111/,111.'
and Mrs. L.W. Batten of Starke use/ul accessory or!g'/t EVERYONE IS A WINNER BY SAVING $100.00
and Jimmy Patterson, son of To Compliment our SIZZLER CONTEST .
I wf art fir
Of The Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Patterson of + ing to cimtomer MTln* $100 or more a Mt of < then
Tyler, Texas were married on + mom.t n.
CLERK July 16 at the Bradford County; "' OFFER LIMITED:
Circuit Court courthouse. r u One M( to in account; Maximum. at 2 Nti!
After a short wedding trip to per pe"When: supply "Is font offer ,to au

Silver Springs the couple Is residing ...... tomatically withdrawn.
In Starke. -.w-- Put 0110 In .eh room of the house. > or 'In the ear nod
h. house, eta
I am 41yearsold. I 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 XewAmvalsBradford The House Of Savings'

elect clerk I will conduct this office in
me your an honorable, efficient, and

business-like manner at all times, knowing that as a businessman, taxpayer, the County following; Hospital births: announces u SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION !

and as a father of five children that only through the efficient operation ot our Mr. and Mrs. Gary Edward
Luke, Lake Butler a son, Tony C)&

county government are we able to achieve any tax savings to our citizens of Edward July 20. (/0, Writ MAOOOM men _
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Seay IIMU.note*sal """'-
Bradford County. Worthington Springs, a son, July

JULY 31, 1970

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Patty; Boch Is returning to her
home In Newark, N.J today after
;; two months visit with her grandparents \
CPk j'; win Sr.Rev.., Mr.and Mrs M.A.Bald ,

and Mrs. Don Ramsey oi
Texas spent severa
... .
days last week with Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Griffin of Och- Mrs. Owen Alvarez Jr. and
lochnee, Ga. spent Sunday to friends.
Wednesday with her mother,Mrs
f. F. Stump. M ,,M. ........ Cary Nazworth returned last
Thursday from Riverside Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. T.S. Williams 1 j where he underwent surgery
have returned from a months .
tour of Europe and England.Mr. L.E. Rader of Peoria Is spending .
r F t several weeks with Mr. and
and Mrs. E.D. Tenly had Mrs. L.C. Early and Mr. and
as Monday night dinner guests, Mrs. A.J. Eayes.
Mrs. W.R. Walters Reldsvllle, r

Ga., Mrs. Sidney Johnson and ,.' .1 b i iY Mr. and Mrs. D.N. Denmark
children of Atlanta, Rev. and Sr. of Jacksonville were visiting
Mrs. Hugh Walters and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell
ter, Julie Ann of Trenton and Norman on Sunday.
Mrs. Randal Chltty; and Mr. and

Mrs. Sonny Tenly and childrenand .. Eugene E.Tanner returned Sat
Carl Hurst of Starke. wn', urday from the Gainesville Medical -
M Center where he had been NEW
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Downing under observation and treatmentfor VU'RE 1 Buy/Ale;.
and daughter of Atlanta were two and a half weeks.
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.

David Montgomery. Oh, for a cool breath of air these hot summer afternoons Micky Dansby of Gainesville S
_Ginger Baldwin is pictured giving her visited his parents, Mr. and lItO Lute TE't RE
Mr. and Mrs. George Morri- :
Mrs. R.O. Dansby, on Sunday. \
son and family of Leesburg were nieces, Susan and Nancy Hall of Gainesville a tout

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry of the neighborhood in the family tractor.trailer. Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson /
Morrison over the weekend. have returned from two weeks

Mrs. W.B. Mundy and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tannerof vacation where they visited Sgt. GOINGour 01=' STyLE I'}
Jean Mundy were Tuesday lunch- St. Augustine were last Friday Baldwin and Mrs. J.H. Fields and Mrs. Jerry Lawson andtam1itv '
of Mrs. Randall at Fort Walton Beach
dinner Mr.
Harold FordIn
eon guests of Miss Carolyn Wea- were visiting Mrs. A
therford In Jacksonville.Mrs. Chltty.; Cocoa last week. and Mrs. J.R. Snell in West ) HI11. /
Palm Beach, and relatives in -.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowman Weaver Brunswick and Savannah, Ga. .
W.W. Hood Jr. and children visited their parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas ._-_ -
Will and Steve, of Monroe Mrs. Dan Whitehurst and Mr. and daughter, Mrs. James Mc- Andrea Eaves Is visiting Pat 'I
La. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Marvin Lane in WU- Neely and daughter of Lake City; ty; Mullins at Hall Lake this week. !
Hood Sr. at Kingsley Lake this 11 ston over the weekend.Mr. visited Mrs. C.M. Fowler in \ So How ABOUT A
week. Winter Park last week. Mrs.J.D. fledge and Mrs.Lor- Buylit;- )
and Mrs. Richard Ray raine Fhule and daughter of Pa-
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jeffordsof and son of Nashville, Term were Rex Brown of Atlanta was home latka were Saturday luncheon
High Springs were Sunday visiting her mother Mrs. J.S. Friday toWedneedaybeforeheing guests of Mrs. W.E. Mlddleton
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Sapp and family last week. transferred to York, Pa. wherehe and Miss Madge Mlddleton. II GOOD CLEW USED CRR
George Huggins. will be employed. ,
Mrs. T.M. Smith of Mt. Dora Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jacksonand
Herbert Ritch will return from spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Owen Alvarez Jr. will '
Alachua General Hospital today .rra. W.M. Smith and picked up Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Barnett return Friday from a weeks' ONCE IN R WHILE II; Pl
after undergoing ten days observation her daughter, Vera Ellen, who of Columbia, Miss are visiting visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bill / .
and treatment. had spent the week with the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jackson and Mr. and Mrs.Roman l 4 ,;,
Smiths and daughter. Shellee. Diggs this week. They all visited Alvarez In Grand Prairie,Texas. \ r
Local admittances to Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Bob Farrior In
County; Hospital this week Include Mr. and Mrs. Henry Graddlck Brooksville on Sunday. Vicki Williams and Gina and LOOK IJT THESE
: Mrs. Martha Hicks Lake of Dothan Ala. were visiting Sharon Crosby areatCampKulaqua i ,
Butler; Luke Knight, Worthington Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Lawson sev.eral Mark Price of Port St. Joe near White Springs, this 'I,
Springs; Thomas C.PellIcer, days last week. visited Rickey Edwards last week week.
Rose Jane Reynolds, John Richardson -
and William L Reynolds Mrs. Mark Hamilton and daughter Hallie Seymour of Cocoa Beach Mrs. Charney Williams and VAL s
Keystone Heights; Mrs. Clara Janice, of Tampa are visiting and Douglas Seymour of Tampa daughter, Brenda, and Mr. and
Griner, Melrose; Leonard (Jack) her parents, Mr. and Mrs. were home for the weekend.Mr. Mrs. David Williams will leave
Hall, Hampton: Rod Allen Craw- N.B. Rosier and Mr. and Mr. Friday for ten days visit with
ford, Lawtey; and Mrs. Fannie Sherrod Hamilton this week. and Mrs. Hugh L. Brown- relatives In Cincinnati, Ohio and
Reames, Grady Overstreet, Rita lee Jr. of New Orleans will spend Morehead, Ky.
Faye Britt. James W. Padgett. Miss Marilyn Bollinger wan the weekend with Mrs. H.L.
Mrs. Sarah Wilson, Mrs. Mary the weekend guest of Mrs. R.E. Brownlee Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L.A. Taylor Jr. and
Cooper, Mrs. Carrie Edwards, Baker in Enterprise, Ala. J.R. Chasteen Jr. at the State daughter of Jacksonville and Mrs.R .
Smith, Mrs. Mat- ,L. Siefferman and son of
Mrs. Marlene Farm. _1
telu Slade, and D.I. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore of Petersburg, Va. will spent next
Starke. Atlanta will arrive Saturday to Sgt. Denton DeVoe, who has week with Mr. and Mrs. Merritt
be guests of Mr.and Mrs.George been home on five weeks leave, Williams.Mr. .
Mrs. Betty Register of Starke K, Bennett at Kingsley Lake for left Monday for a year's duty;
and Mrs. Paul Johnson and Mrs. ten days. The Bennetts also haveas In Vietnam. and Mrs. Wig?and E.Wynn .. -.
John Canup of Athens, Ala. were guests from Wednesday to and daughter were vucittoning at
Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miss Susan last Cocoa Beach and Daytona Beach WElv6 / 96 ZlL
visiting Lt. and Mrs. Sunday, Wiggins spent 1763 OLDS yDa ,i'' p ym.JlJ7A1
Register DI in Lacey, Wash Abrams of Maltland. week In Fort Knox, Ky. with Lt last week.
the past two weeks. Lt. Regis- and Mrs. Richard Mobbs. 7'foc/Z H..T: PS f3R
ter is stationed at Fort Lewis, Sonar Technician 2 and Mrs. Mrs. N,T. Riccardi and son WIT/I /} WII7 ? "
Wash. John Spengler of Gales Ferry, Mrs. Annie R. Norman of Jack of Miami are spending several +H AiR CoNo /It(,
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. F.W.
Conn arrived last Thursday for sonville Sunday visitor of
was a 'R Hl1J!) IIIRe.UERI
a ten-day visit with their par- Mrs. H.M. RIcharde. Strickland and family. f5 P&ir + 1A/7 yELLtJtV
Mrs. W.H. Hart, Mrs. Ella ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gra- (J5- VIUyL ow
Moody, Mrs. Edith Christiansen, ham, and Lt. Col. and Mrs. V. Mr and Mrs. Haynes Grantof Paul Colson of Green Cove C.E,4tVl a/ 9s 9S
Mrs. Dora Beasley, and Mrs. J. Spengler. Jacksonville were visiting Springs was Monday overnight ,y 2i{ t9
Maude Strickland spent Saturdayat Mrs. O.L. Haynes Sr on Sun guest of Mrs. W.H. Hart and
Cedar Key and celebrated the Mrs. Eve Baldwin spent July Mrs. Ella Moody. --- .-
birthday of Mrs. Christensen.Mr. 9-23 with Mr. and Mrs. Wil- day.Mr. jOZONyoOGL
liam Godwin In Chattanooga, and Mrs. Orie Wiggins Mrs. Edith Christiansen is 196 ? DooGE t/l-R7' 196'
and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Term, and visited points of interest were vacationing in Marshall, visiting her sister[ Mrs. Maude

Jr.Ala.were, Atlanta vacationing and Forsyth in Eufaula Ga., In that area. Texas last week. Strickland week. in Wildwood this a )00<< SELJ/J w i)1Jt'K / T.E 'pOW tiJJf.

from Friday to Tuesday. Their Mr. and Mrs. Russ Eberle, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Eberle of
daughter, Mrs. Jimmy Hall and their daughter, Ruth, and Carolyn Pittsburgh, Pa. were recent Mr. and Mrs. Herb 'Herresand ; LvG CSvG/o) Ju.s71.IJfE S7ZRIO 7A/G Sy's7E J
daughters of Gainesville stayed Seay have returned after a visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Russ family have returned from
with their other daughter, Gin- two weeks vacation In Pittsburg Eberle. While here they visited two weeks> visit with his mother, If JEW dAJE /EvERY Cain
11,1 Hearse Sr., in Belle-
ger Baldwin during their ab Pa. visiting Mr. Eberle's re- points of Interest !in Florida. Mrs. awNEzo89S"
sence. latives. They also toured the fontaine, Ohio.
Appalachian mountains enroute. Mrs. Sidney Johnson and three wayy9Sda Si/},
Bill Morar' and ,
Mr. and Mrs.
Farabee Is visiting Mr.
Joyce children of Atlanta were Mondayand .
and Mrs. Ned Stull and family Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faullmer Tuesday guests of Mrs. family of Panama City were -' ----;:-..---
in Hollywood this week. spent the weekend at Daytona RandaU Chltty. visiting her parents, Mr. and CpePiff7'tboe
Beach. Mrs. II.A. Lawson, over the l/90 7 foIJGt! 196 S 8UI1( WIAICIS.S
William and Adrea
- - - - Friends of Mrs. Nancy Gunter weekend
grandson will ,regret Albert to hear Carter that her Jr. grandparents Morar remained for the with week. their 5l/JAv ps Pd 'Roo 1= :SE1L. .

Re-Elect of Chicago, III. was killed Instantly R.fllJII e ePO U/AJyL /( C'G tiDN
in a sky diving accident Jennifer Haas, Geri Tucker p5 pISII
Sunday In Chicago. Mr. Carter and Sally Torode left last Tues- S
32, is survived by his widow day for Tallulah Falls,Ga.where Roof ,INIJLL SIILOAJ VINyL SEA-7'S", P W76.g
and four year son. they will spend a month at Camp

NORMANCounty Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green Chattooga. //115 OJ.JE./l t8f5fZ19Gff 8' 1 SXI

Mrs. E.J. Dowling and Mrs.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy -

the Rowe weekend.and family In Sanford over Dan Gene M.Long Pater of Sr.Starke and and Mrs.Mrs.Dan T ieD mLLlA13JB /!: ( SpEC//lL )

Pater Jr. of Keystone Heights
attended the Fifth[ Annual Beaches
E.T. Breazeale of High Springs 8LvE 1//I/A/7
was Sunday evening dinner guest Antique Show at Jacksonville y ; 7JUA/tJ R Iw.VLL
Garl Mathews. Beach Sunday afternoon. 1960 .
of Mr. and Mrs.
Commissioner ps 'f l3 VII /11/2 bA/j)
District 2 ONE owwE2 tJEo/ / fdWEI

County.At.LarKeExperienced Randy DPi, >/E h famE1M ) 7d :
,,, C a6 f70I
/tA.Ii> 9.s
,. $ /S)
,y- ,,w,& Young !JOHNSDemocrat

Qualified ForCLERK .

Impartial you SEE: w RD you LE J3ETreJi

Reliable BRING IT TO US UI F'Ci. Do IT Toe /

NORMAN-Native of Bradford County Of TheCircuit .

NORMAN-Homeowner[ and Tax Payer
NORMAN-Family Man! (Wife and 4 children) __ r

NORMAN-Interested in County, State and Federal -
Government. A Qualified Young Man

NORMAN-Interested in How the Tax Payer's

Money is Spent.
NORMAN-Born, Reared and now lives In Rural Business, Accounting Background
Area.. Knows and Understands the
need for better Roads and Drainage.; Approximately Two Years College .
NORMAN-The onlv Incumbent running for the r
office of Conntv CommissIoner.'NORMANA Office Supervisor 6 Years

Man who thinks for Himself and Yltioee +"tam
Experienced In Serving The Public u. S. 301 NorthSTARKE
will not be Dictated to. -

.. President, Employees Credit Union FLORIDA"Sooner
Your Vote and Support AonreciatedPd.

( POt. Adv. $194,000 In Assets or Later Your Favorite Dealer"



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i School officials is scheduled to end Aug. 14. Intent of the U.S. court orderIs
here didn't hear
BHS Changes School School Plan from IIEW however for almost All teachers will report for preplanning that unitary plans be com-
two sessions starting Aug. pleted in time to be In opera-

Continues from Page One) (Continued from Page One) Budget (Continued from Page One I But years.on July 10 the U.S. Jus- 24 and schools will open Sept. 8. tion for the fall term.

ill tice Department filed suits a- -
over-eating. But there Is ap- ted to teach the individual. work and using a lot of time with (Continued from Page One) The hearing examiner upheld gainst six Florida counties including -
payentfr, no more danger In eat. "We've got to' show some- tests. Neither will homework be chance to do in the the county, declaring Bradfordin Bradford. Vote For
Ing blighted corn thfh in eating thing," Wggs says "We've got particularly stressed, but more will have a compliance with NEW deseg-
any other green corn it was said. to produce and have It on the responsibility will be placed on next few months.Board millage under regation guidelines and the 1964 A three-man HEW:: team was GEORGE;

In a letter to growers last week level make It be a reality." students to move ahead as fastas the School new spending bill Is set Civil Rights Act. But his decision sent to Bradford on July 14-15 ROBERTSFOR JR.
Muggins said. "You have no rea- they are able. 2/10 mills over was reviewed and the with Instructions to assist the Ti W.
10.8 mills up
His plans cannot be considered Grade will be Issuedto at
son to fear greater losses of reports about $9,653 basedon hearing examiner's decision re- county in preparing plans for a
last or
Innovative Diggs admits, especially parents three months, year for
animals this year than in past every mill at $48,269.The versed. unitary school system pre-
where unharvested corn is grazedor In terms of education at the end of a grading period. valuing one sentation of Judge Scott in Jack-
where animals are allowedto jargon. But, If Implemented at Students doing less than satis- budget Includes teachers$500-$800 and other sonville by July 24. County CommissionerDistrict
glean fields after harvesting. BUS, the changes will probably factory work will not be failed, pay raises for Total current expenses for

If you turn cows In on green seem almost revolutionary to however, without the school first professional personnel hat and totaling other 1970-71 are budgeted at $3 mil The HEW team indicated then ) No. :2Kperienre.
about i)1 i ;3uuu.
corn watch them. Fill them up students. More responsibilitywill asking the parent and the studentIn lion. that the two all-black schools
cost-of-llving raises for all Hiiinc. And Educational
first with hay if possible and be placed on the student. for a joint conference. including cafe- $210,824 is Budget m capital were the reason the suit was "
practical." The atmosphere may seem more board employees outlay and debt service. Mostof filed against Bradford. It was l>;.irkuriMind' : To SerYon
teria workers, bus drivers and
Southern corn leaf blight is that of a college. Most difficult of Diggs' three aides total about$170- that, $180,000 will go to a indicated then that all-black f Host.;
not a new disease and has always Newest of the steps is the changes to carry out will be new building at Bradford High schools will be acceptable to the
been present in corn fields to three month grading perlod/Stu- what he terms "individualized 000.The School. Of the $180,000 about Federal Government In rural l
some extent. But damage this dents will get a final grade anda instruction." By that DIggs pay increases$300,000 in were new made Min- half will be borrowed in State areas. Only in some cities where Your Votr and Support, Appreciated t
year is perhaps the greatest in report will go home at the means that students should be imum possible Foundation Program funds Board of Education (SBE) bonds. black communities stretch for

history due to weather conditionsand end of that period. Equivalencyof encouraged to progress at their the Flo- Budget n, debt service totals miles will all-black schools be e S S e e e
allocated to county by e S
a e a a 0II
1/3 credit be given for l r a
the fact that some hybrid will own pace rather than a teacher rida Legislature. New MFPtunds $400,951 for 70-71 compared to tolerated IIEW: officers said
varieties were planted that were successful completion of a having the same dally les- come from an Increase of $1,100 $363,639 last year. It goes to In cases where It Is clearly) not
not blight-resistant. course. son for an entire class. retire various school bond Is- practical to transport the stu- I
MFP teaching unit bring- I
Besides the fact that per Qualified
sues. Best II I
The "University of ing the total MFP teaching unit dents to integrated schools.
of Food & Agricultural courses such as personal typing No course will be offered allocation to 2150. New MFP Budget IV, contracted pro-
Sciences is now considering ways Americanism vs. Communism seventh period that is notofferedsome funds coming Into Bradford County grams, is set at $128,000 compared RJE Elementalis located in I
with this driver training many other period. to $116,964 last year. That the Reno section of Starke and ,
to deal effectively problem
will total close to $200,000.The You I II
vo-tech and all athle- To Represent
next year. In planning for subjects The principal realizes, however raises are contingentup- goes to various federally fin- had an enrollment of 148 pupils
tic programs last only three that his teachers will haveto pay anced vocational and
the have several programs last year. Anderson Elementary
future I II
growers actual receipt of the new
possible courses of action Since months there are other advan- work harder. They will teach on MFP funds. to pay for supplies In certain is located about a mile south- ax' your DISTINCT. FOIW x II

losses from the blight are greater tages to the shorter grading period six classes per day, instead of Another $107,000 in new state areas approved by the federal east In the black eomrminitj at H I II

where seed are produced by use versus the semester.Studentteacher five. But Dires;philosophy is that funds not Included in the $3.7 government. I.awtey and had an enrollmentlast I
teachers have to at the Motion to adopt was made by I II
of male sterile cytoplasm than by problems can stay million budget may also be giv- year of 123. County
Charles Sawyer. Supt Casey said I
detasseling growers can insure be solved with much greater en the county from state sour- I
school until 4 p.m. anyway so the budget was due in Tallahassee At
present the extended
against blight losses by plant summer -
These would be In the form
ing seed produced by the latter flexibility unsatisfactory Diggs relationship points they class.might At the as same well be time teachinga teach- of ces.Incentive grants to counties by Saturday Aug. I h program Is in progress: and I Con n issioner I:

method.A tual or on either side need be ers will have an additional academic giving mirimum local effort but I
single variety of corn can still unable to reach the state
be produced by either method endured less than three months load, their number of pupils To The Citizens of Bradford I Intl 1'.I'trt/ / :
be not a semester. A student can per class will be cut. average in education expendi- County: \ ole' /1' ul' I II
should as con-
so growers switch to the same course and tures per child in other words.
cerned with how seed "It's just rolling up your I
are pro- Supt Tom Casey says It ap-
with selectionof be In step. sleeves and going to work" as Well. it is that lime again to exercise right
as they are The shorter grading period will pears now that Bradford is one /\ your EDDIE ALLEN
Diggs It.
a variety it was said. Infor- also make It possible to offer a sees of about 15 counties which may iind vote your convictions for the one .you see
mation on varietal resistance and qualify for the so-called Floyd best fit for t the job.
greater number of courses "We're going to try to point
seed production will be availablethis Christian funds termed that : SEPT- I II
this think in their direction DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
fall and winter from seed !It has been honor privilege! to be humble
The seven-period day will also Diggs says. "I think parents since the state school superin- an an /\ a

dealers and WAS Extension per- arid! much flexibility to the schedule teachers, and students want it tendent pushed additional expenditure servant of the good people of Bradford County Independent; la\pa\rr: and landowner II III
sonnel. Using the one less teacher that way." through!: the legislature. for the past! twenty years in the capacity of I children I
wife and' li\e )
"Family man ( :
than last year's 59, seven per- The new $3.7 million budget School Hoard Member.
iods will Increase the numberof The admitting his includes $502,245 In county monies I Nati\; of IJradforcl 'ininl>'. Mrmlwi (Chamlior nT I

NEW clas s periods by 20 per cent philosophy principal has changed to some the remainder coming from There has been much prayer and many hard I "omnn'i'ft1.merican( l.ruion.:! Batt; (i..t( Clinri-li.; !

and reduce the average class degree feels that the failure the state which supplies by far decisions made in the past twenty years bu( Cod: ('hail man Itrarifnril;( (Countt lIil.& \\atei: 'on.I I
load to 18. the bulk of school monies and I
is enhanced by the has made efforts fruitful.
rate greatly our .tt.utinn." I I II II
lor By cutting class periods by federal governments. The coun-
school system's traditional attempt -
five minutes, SO Instead of 55 "to make child fit ty will raise $458,560 in ad- If it is possible and (the Lord willing/\ I would I I II

minutes long the daily schedulewill the same mold." every valorem taxes plus $41.685 in like to serve yon four more years. I KDDIE; ) AI.I.KNMI.I." :: \\OU IIAItD'IO KKP.:
begin at the same time as Interest on reserve funds deposited KKSKVI; Al.l. Till-;: PKOI'l.K: ': IMP: .MM'I.M.M' I II
MENHair last year and end at 3:05: p.m., to back up revenue cer- ThanK for support and vote.Sincerely. I '
5 minutes earl er. Bun students Further the high school will tificates. you your AM) ( ,\1'III.Y.( I II
begin to more attention to
I will be dismissed at the pay Federal funds In the budget I
end of the sixth period or 2:05as : what"failure the principal" The terms old its come to about $180,000 $48,000 Your Vole \nd :Suporl: | hill Cc!! Ipp| (,,i citrd.:( l I II
will students attending athletic program. of that in Federal impact funds I
practice sessions. This will philosophy of "Get it or you paid for educating civil serviceemplo'ees' I!
fall" Is no longer valid Diggs I MM. I'ol. \11\ .1)
make the high school bus sche- children $88.920
when extremesof 00 e a i r e a e e 00- e ee .
Salon dule much better with bus sche- feels especially from the Elementary !and Sec-
considered.It .
ability are
dule of elementary schools, get ondary Education Act, $39,000 in
ting children home an hour ear- school lunch reimbursements
Of lier than in previous years. Is a fact that BUS experiencesa and $5,000 in school milk re- Bill Wilson Of Badcock's Says:
high rate of failure American imbursements.State .
I "I'll be very disappointed this History a course every student funds in the budget total -
Starke Plaza year if I walk into a classroomand must complete. Teachers say it $2,613,118 and come from a

see all the students" with the is because students can't read; myriad of sources including $2.1 If You Haven't Visited Badcock Furniture Lately You Owe It To
same assignment Diggs says. Dlggs says he Is Inclined to a- million in MFP funds, $31,539 ,
Hair Trimmed With smaller classes the prin- gree. capital outlay funds $52,516:> ) In Yourself
I cipal feels teachers will be able State Board of Education bond To Come By And Look Over Our Fine Merchandise And

: Styled to room circulate, helping more each around student the in "It shows you we'd better monies. $206.000 in racing tax Check Our Many Name Brands Of Home Furnishings At Tremendous -
funds $106,400 in
Straightened change our tactics in teaching
Regular Cut turn"I with want his to give work.students an opportunity American history" he says.The matching child funds, $77,890 in exceptional Savings. Price On Quality Merchandise Have Never
funds plus other
school will have to begin teaching -
to finish a course as
reading in American history small allocations.The Been Better.EDIVERRAfltAfl.
byAPPOINTMENT fast as they can. If they can fin-
ish Algebra I In two months classes or begin putting lessonson huge spending bill also includes -
I we'll give them the final exam. tape so students can listen or some $58,900 in Inter-
if PREFERS They won't be held responsiblefor i combination of all three. budgetary tra.isfers which Inflate
the same material again. the total budget figure but add
They'll move on to higher work." "We must take the responsibility nothing to funds available for SIflfLE
A.M. 5:30 P.M.
Teachers will also be encouraged of teaching students enoughto spending.By .
Phone 961.5030 to de-emphasize busy justify graduation." far the largest portion of
the four part school spendingbill in Villa Oak Finish ( ,

..... ............................ is totals Budget almost 1, or$2.4 operations.That millionof .

the total $3.7 million bud- LIi'
get.Professional :
salaries accountfor

: 11. \ OCEAN : of that$2.032, by far the million.biggest $54,690 portion

goes for salaries of consultantsand n
supervisors $126,293 to l lT

principals, $1.45 million to teachers -
$129,074 to other Instruc- ;i :

: 220 E. WASHINGTON St. STARKE : tional staff and $346,000 for \\
salaries of vocational and adult
9 TO 7 DAILY .-- CLOSED SUNDAYS education salaries. I
Salaries of secretarial cler-
e ical assistants and teacher aides 7DZ (+

.. .I total$19,015$ HO.spent of state-sup- &U aqllouee Ir I

Fully Cooked Jumbo Large Seasoned plied textbooks $10,100 for audIovisual .

WHOLE aides, $2,600 to :cr- wriWit Spin.
CRABS lodjcals and subscriptions
newspaper -
LOBSTER $6,000 for other library Vou'll love the bold massive lines'-
: : on this Villa Oak finished bedroom a
f 16.20 35c each expense,$68,335 for teaching : suite. Excellent quality construction.

: 2.10Ib. t.95- 3.50 Dozen : expenses supplies for instruction.and $6,800 to other Truly a fabulous value.

: $161.085 is budgeted for plant Group Includes: Reg. Price S1499Sa

operation and $50,000 more goes Double Dresser

: If! board for plant Tuesday maintenance.night approved Tlu.:school the Primed Mirror Special! '
Drawer Chest For This Sale 3 995
I li hiring of a full-time man at
e Full Sue Panel Bed
.,, ." -"" $6,00 per to repair school air- SAVE $10 pia
conditioning and heating equipment -
4 Q .
(, p 4V a A 8 $98,000 goes for bus trans-
portation and $44,000 for dis-
tribution of Federal school lunch-
milk funds. $
rtSave 60 BEDROOM

Glamorous Shell White
: :

LEGS SELECT OYSTERS 1.95 pt Published every Thursil I

e $12.00 Gal. nt l.tflV., Call Street ---1
!Starts, Florida 320':! !)I

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Second class postage paidat ( I' __
Slarkf. Florida I. .
BASS .}-
RED ROE Subscription Rates:

RED SNAPPER w MULLET49c .. In trade area: !.7.00 per \v'i '
S2.7S MX months.
+'A year; .
$1.251b. Ae r lb. Outside trade area: $5.50: I 1 } '

qty ECM per year: $3.00 six month


5 lbs. 99c
79c lb. CATHOLIC Churches Mar, heat and stain resistant
85c ]Ib. HI pressure plastic top sur
Speckled Trout Sunday Mass 8 a.m. and
S 39c 9:13: a.m.Thunday. Reg. Price $259'5
85c Ib. Mail, 6:30: p.m.
: 65c Ib. : Mlcaculous: Medal NovelLa: SPECIAL PRICE> FOR THIS SALEGROUP

Saturday, 7 p.m. Gros, I.alad"' : BEDROOM

S ROOMY DOUBLE DRESSER Here Is (truly the sensational Bedroom value of the year. )199) 95
WILLIAM'S. Keystone
-PERCII-S11EFI'SIIEAD: lb. : FRAMtD MIRROR Beautifully finished oak veneers with complimentary"-
50 HelftttS 4 ORAWER CHEST Gold
woods. Simulated wood carvings finished a

SS vVelnetuiay :Max It Novena. NITE STAND $34.95 EXTRA SAVE *60HOMI

\n\ Clean All Fish At Ao] Extra Cost 7 p.m. kEtlobliilwH 1904fUlNlTUMFlOOrtOVfllNG r -
c o '9a. och W. t Tidal R.yli1 A 4JJ.PCorn. 1. /c. 1.O2

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tn aa Cond SJ'stezStee,. us I

1970\'I\SS.\ fOlD V4 and pGOH Air 9 rUONbEeOllb l 9'p our prices

Full condition and 4 .
apendt:;null power.

SYBtefiStereo I'' down !

It's clearance time at Ford Dealers;Lowest
1970 FORD 4
7 prices of the year on every car we've got.
PICK-UP 4tont / fl Come see,come save!
SPORTS CUSTOMAutomatic Ste' qr ,
Loaded ere07 app nQ'tion,
with Extras

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We'vo even lowered our prices on our little Maverickthe
f most successful new small car of the year
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Amern..LI Nu 1 fun car now at the biggest savings
Good Selection Of Mavricks, I ever Therc-( never be a better time to Mustang.

[Galaxies, L. T. D's And Fairlanes _


Torino voted Car-of-the-Year in a new model
TRUCK: : SPECIALS priced $200' lower Its a true beauty of a bargain!

.. ,
Based on a comparison with F. '*former'lowest' @..)
suggested retail'prices'for a Torino. "> "

II et lielD while we got'em e SP' ") 1970VOLKSWAGON{

U 9,000 MILES /II \\\
The Number one Truck in The U. S. A.

Take your choice -- while we're caught with
Prices Down
our ---

Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford
206 West Madison St. Phone 964-7200 Starke Fla

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To Handle EouiDmenf Rental Kingsley Lake
- -------- ---- -- - n. _
,_..... _.
Rental and maintenance of the 11ford High School. ,..' '--";;:_. Fire Dept.
Soil Conservation's farm eqdlp-! Anyone interested In renting A NOTICESPECIALREMINDER
ment.has been taken over by theBradford It may contact vo-ag Instructors ." ". OrganizedJohn
FFA Chapter. David Smith or Paul Hutchins at ,, '
Minimum for up to two days'bf the ag building, phone 964-7589, EVENING HOURS
use of any; piece of equipment or at their homes. r L. Bradley was elected
will cost $6. Thereafter; It will The equipment was previouslykept ,, : president and chief of the new
be $5 per day. The Bradford by the late A.H. Harley who eptaozFireDepartent
Soil Conservation Service and was president of the SCS. SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS ii>;
FFA will spin Other
the Chapter pro- al meeting held recently.
ceeds evenly. officers elected at this time were:
The equipment a chopper, a Kenneth Mott, assistant chief; :
culltpacker. rotary mower, and SEEKING political office '.,, Warren Ebling, secretarytreasurer -
fertilizer distributer,will be kept becomes mother more who expensive.wants ; and Jack Trawlck Bill WILL BE OPEN
at the agriculture shop at Brad- Many a Edwards, and Gerald Crawford
her little boy to grow up to( be i yM ., directors.At .
president might be reluctant '""
about in the <:::l ; .... .. present there are 17 mem-
kicking money : ., bers of the department, enoughto
FLORIDATHEATRE for TV time. s ia' ..q. .(. .. function, but an additional 10 ITiurs. July 30
.... .. '
-- or 12 members would be desirable
.. : : : according to Chief Brad-
.p' In addition to officers and

.!.. ''.; ,.. .1' 1( directory ley.members: Jason the following B. Crawford are, 8:30: A.M.- 9:00: P.M.. i l

301DRIVEIN ... ,
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 .. .. .v, '.'.''.'::'1. Walter Holloway, Reginald Underhill -
Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 Neal Elder, Gus Kop
.. .. elousos, Eugene Shaw, Frow
THUR., FRU SAT. Strickland, Randall Motes, Lloyd Regular Week-Day Hours:

JULY 30, 31, AUG. 1 1160 ...V}__&.'4 Macy Norton., Robert File and Emmett 8:30: A.M. TO 5:00: P.M.

Property for construction ofa
.'.' Show Begins At Sundown future firehouse has been donated
;>-. July BIP Award to the department by Frow Final Day of Registration
THURS., TRI., SAT. Strickland, in the Kingsley Vil- Saturday. August 8
JULY 30. 31 AUG. 1 lage area.
". Mara Jackson accepts the July Bradford Improvement Award for The associate membership fee Open Till 5:00 P.M.rW .
0\o. < Jackson's Is $10, and a fund-raising mem-
THE Building Supply. bership drive will be held at a
Making the presentation is Gus Kopelousos, chairman of the Cham. later date. The Clay County Com-
.. ber's HIP Committee and C of Manager: ; John Myers. mission will also be asked to ::::::::::::: : ::: :::::: :::::: : ; : : ::::::: :
'.i BEATLES"Letjtbe" Jackson has totally redecorated the front of his business. A brick Include funds for the new department -
"' I its upcoming bud-
.. facade has the front has been
: .. one\ up paved, and the entire frontof get. At present the CommissionIs
v' the business is getting! a coat of paint. budgeting $2,000 for each department -
i ,
in the county; 1 75
Chief LaCrosse Fla. Ph. Alachua 462.2628
Bradley expressed appreciation
WAlT DISNEY'St1eepl1llFeau Tree Farming Fits ProgramTo FSU Expects to the following for n OLIVER TRACTORS ti;1

TECHNICOLORUmlii drlisls Over 17,000 their assistance in getting the 1J; 10 DIFFERENT SIZES .:k
Get Best Use of LandMuch new department organized: <<
PLUS For Fall TermMore Harry Green chief of the Brad-
ford County Volunteer Fire Dept., r#
Elvis In potatoes one following the otheron TOWN & COUNTRY GAK1IEN TRACTORS .:;;
is heard these days a- for his advice and suggestionsfor
J than
17.000 students, largest
the same ground. { ATTACHMENTS :
bout double-cropping or triple- organizing, and general encouragement
student body In the
I CLAMBAKESUN. cropping the land. One of the oldest "double"crops Florida State University historyof ; are ;::: From 7 to 14 Horse Power with Gear or ::::
TECHNICOLOR'TECHNIRAMA' This means that from the same In Florida is the cattle- Eugene Shaw, for legal advice ;i Hydro Drive.
expected to report for registration .
... .. .. ., MON., TUES., WED Umber combination.
''::: '''''?: rr.t; groundIn one calendar yearas for the Fall Quarter on and much necessary administrative Ni
I --f fPLUS AUG. 2, 3, 4, 5 the seasons rollseveral Rare Indeed are the Florida September 16. aid.Frow.
crops and harvests are made. ranchers and farmers interested The University academic cal Strickland, for donation i Implements, Sidewinder Mowers, Holland i{;1
With high cost of land, labor, In higher net profits for their of parcel of suitable land for fire
ender calls for dormitories to :: Transplanters Cole Planters
efforts who can afford to Ignore :::
A Country Coyote ANORMANJEWISONFILMPLUS cost mounting of Investment taxes, and capital the ,high the the advantages which tree farming 13 open and for orientation the Fall Quarter begins Sept.for station.Leslie Bradley and Bill Edwards John Blue, Ezee Flow, and Others. 1:;:
Goes Hollywood producer goes to some lengthto mercial offers.Investment Perhaps no dovetails other com-as new freshmen and undergrad- committees for work in coordinating ;;; Combine and Hay EquipmentS 1111
the and
plan theought whole year uates transfer students on Sept. performing necessary -
bmnnrou.rn, 6 his production, his !harvest, and naturally with ranching.. 14. chores associated with ; j111
SUN., MON., TUES. his best approach to market. Trees are a crop as sure- organizing a new department
AUG. 2, 3, 4 A good example of maximum ly as calves and herds corn, Chief Bradley stated that efforts t;; TRACTOR REPAIRS 11:
land use might be a cover crop grass, soybeans, or citrusbut ADDING MACHINES Ma are now being made to obtain -
Cable Hogue in winter with tobacco or vege- there are qualifying conditions Ml K teetrlo. Par Ml eetent. a fire truck through cooperation ;1 Calvin C.: Williams and Raymond Dyal 1:1:.

says... tables the following spring. A- ber.which are "peculiar" to tim Add anMraot, credit. hat- with the Florida Forest :::;:::::::::::::::::::fSfffi&rtffffi:::: :::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::.:;.:.:.:::::;:.:.:.:.:.:.:;:::::.:.:.:.:::::: :::::::::::::::::
nother example might! be straw- Service.
berries harvested in spring and For rxamole the Dines don't
- - -- - - - - - - -
have to be harvested-or-lost in
followed with
Q a crop like sweet
a single season like many other
crops. Pines aren't cultivated
June Sales Tax or tended in the usual sense.

\.......:.. Jumps 19.82?" Trees labor require between fewer planting manhoursof and Ask The People Who Can Solve Your

In Bradford Co. harvesting perhaps than any other
crop known. There Is normallyno

June sales tax collections rose fertilizer expense as the pine
Y. 19.82 per cent In Bradford County plantation grows. Building Supply
J Treesin Florida the com-
. 1; compared to June 1969, according -
mercial giant is the slash pine--
to a report from the
aren't stored in bins or barns Problems
office of State'Comptroller Fred t
I like corn or beans, or pennedfor
O. (Bud) Dickinson Jr.
t 90 or 120-day feedout. If
Collections last month
"1 there's any holding for a stronger -
$44,574 up over $7,000 from
market the tree farmer is
the $37,201 collected In June
enjoying an increase in volumn
1969 and up over$5,000 from the
even as he stores a tree onUs
$39,476 collected in May 1970.!) f
His first ikl
living stump! In Florida, beef
CandM Camera June 1970 collections were up cattle and trees together can y C
27.18 In
cent Baker County
fearura filni.Niakedlady11, per be a profit twosome! (
with collections hitting $19,263,
"Seek..and ye over $4,000 more than the $15- JACKSONTOM
.. 131 collected in June 1969.
shall find: .
1.rl Clay County collections hit
$91,369 last month, up nearly Jacksonville ua
I $8,000 or 11.22 per cent over MARC JACKSON JACKSON
TUEUALLA0 the $83,203 collected inJune 1969.
1 : Statewide, sales and use tax
OF collection for the 1969-70 fiscal -

cnuLHOGUE Florida's year Indicated stable a continuationof economy In Business ONE STOP BUILDING SUPPLY CENTEK

the face of national economic

I HO OHt UMOCft T*AOMrma office setback The states.statewide trends,the Increase comptroller's repre- DirectoryAuto North Cherry Street-Behind( Old Big Dad Building)

COLOR by Detux*
R[ ] sents $84,428,353 more than was
TECHNICOLOR ....ARNI-R BROS United, Art t collected last fiscal year, bring- Sales and Service PHONE 964-6078
ing the total collected for 1969-
70 fiscal year to $658,367,560,

'!!'hA ...),..,..""';I..",...,. ..'., a 14.71 Increase over 1968-69. Parrish Motor Come In And Browse Through Our Completely Remodeled
Jii ''''''IWU.;, ..i r r'1';_RfFa' >r r3t Revenue collected from the Building-

L. "roi: the sales state and was use$55,311,414 tax for June or$6-for !SALES Inside And Outside- We Can Now Serve You Better- Take Advantage -

804,144 than! was collected In SERVICE

.. KNOW YOUR {...f.. June Gasoline 1969. tax collections rose PARTS Of Our Everyday Low, Low Prices On Quality MerchandiseFrom

,. 4.78 per cent above June 1969 Always: Good Used Can Nails To Lumber For Home
( over the state bringing In $18065.462. ,- Building. Hardware
t tZl Laura St. Ph. ::156-5 ,
..,.. '' No an Increase $824,083. And Electrical
1' county breakdown was sent Plumbing Supplies.
ItI the Telegraph for gas tax col- ELECTRIC MOTORS

year collections for motor PEAVY Brothers i \
vehicle special fuel tax Increased CI'EVERYTHING'S
DUAL PURPOSE PIECLI $1,606,586 statewide-, Electric Co. ': \ 4; \ '" t px, ..' aE $ 25
c..V\ ,
i CAME: FROM I COLONISTS !( bringing 1969-70 to the total collected in \ ;1// ,' 1\\ 3

increase over$12,412,478 1968-69.or a 14.86 Electric Motors \\; I I.

I w Sold Serviced Repaired lWn r '
;- I "
I Toda)" efficiency apartment' haH nothingon Generators Starters Armature : t' t
; email cabin! the early ('ttler5'alle,1 : Rewinding. ((1\\ :A s.. :{ t R 7, ""ft.. r

s home. Big pioneer families slept and ale {\{: 4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 f '\' I ,. Sheet

oJ i in one room no larger :s,;'

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Then husband ORGANS
: some poor
probably came .=,; 3/8"x/ 4' x8'SHEETROCK

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". :\'\ I Plastic Panels
wood chopping I I 1&l
tened to hie wifenaggingbecausethere It';'

wasn't enough' elbow ?(,;. NOW COMPLETE! White, Green, Yellow Only -
I room, and decided to An Only -
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Attend Miami. *Mayor Griff is Church Team Wins 3 Games, --- First Federal Is Champion. Of Small Fry. Softball Play. tta..e I

Tied For Men's League Lead
Reunion The Small Fry League went 22, set the stage for an exciting emblem from
Small Fry In the final inning KFC held ASA for their helped make the Small Fry Softball -
Last weefts< men's Softball actIon fore the city" team left the tying into the final week of play with finish to the Andrews and blew their own chan efforts. We want to thank the Program successful" save
the Presence of Miami Mayor was a rough one for the run on third In the bottom this situation- KFC and First Softball League ces by proceeding to send three sponsors and other persons who Rec. Dir. Gene Rayburn.
, Chuck Hall, a candldSfe! for Gbvternor .league's number one and two at the seventh inning and fell Federal were tied for the league In the first game of Thursday batters to the plate and all three
, added a bit of excite- teams. one run shorts ', lead with 6-4 records Andrews July 23, Community Bank popped up on one pitch to the ...............-.-..-.-.-.-NN.-.-.-.-.-.-.-N..-.-.-.-.-.-.---- I
a ment to a reunion of descen The Rebels bad the opportunity The wlnner'bad 1 18 base hits Drugs was right behind with a prevented First Federal from pitcher and the catcher. .
", dents of the late John Henry to sew up the second half but and were led by John Reddish record of 5510 the league winning the league championshipout Andrews had 16 hits led by Elect
;. Griffls at Pine Grove Church Instead dropped three games. and Pat Farnsworth each going championship was within the out right by pinning a 13-9 Mike Starling's 4-for-4 and Kevin I
north of the State Prison, last Cunningham could have moved 3-for-4. Percy Moody was 2- reach of all three teamswith on the eventual league champs. Hamilton's 3-for-4. KFC had r -- MARGIE w
Sunday. Into sole possession of first for 2. For the losers, Kenny each team having two games Each team had 12 hits, but the 13 hits with five boys, John Va-
\ Union County Commissioner place as they won two games, Chitty, Bob Patterson Bill to play. bank team made the most of Un sid, Clay Gllhooly, Jim Harper I (
Gerald Griffla. of Raiford, met but then were trounced In five Rouse, and Richard Klrchalne Wednesday, July 22, was the theirs.AI Stu Rayburn,and Rich Gaines DOWLING I
Hall at a recent convention In Innings. Madison St. Baptist won were 2-for-4. first of the big games of the Chapman, Robin and Wade going 2-for-4. i
Miami and 'extended an invita- three games, two over the Re- weekIt pitted the two teams Pearce went 2-for-3 to lead the First Federal then proceededthe
tion to the Miami Mayor to attend bels and now share first place MADISON ST. 5 tied for first KFC and First winners. Ronnie Clemons,3for3 next day to whip Andrews YOUR :
the gathering. Hall new with Cunninham and the Rebels. REBLES Federal with the winner sitting and Randy Edmondson, 3-for- 17-10 in the play-off and took ,
up In his private plane land- The Independents keep roaming Madison St. Baptist Church In the drivers seat. 4, paced the losers. the championship.First I 'tS |
reecceptionrecenntter Butler prison along and are definitely making handed the Rebels only their It was one of the season's better The second game of the day Federal scored 10 runs Clerk of Circuit Court
and thrilled their presence known-4uter second loss of the second half games with First Federal pitted KFC against Andrews. In the last two innings to pull .
a number or, children at the losing their first four games edging the league leaders coming out on top 1410. KFC bad Each team knew they bad to the game out. Bruce Wolf red,. : Experienced Businesswoman Life-
i, reunion by offering them plane they are now 6-5, and it is not The winners scored four times lead for three innings and then win and the winner would have Terry Mundorf and Ronnie demons J I
rides. entirely Impossible for them to in the first once in the sec- after four it was tied 7-7. KFC the opportunity to meet First all were 3-for-4 to pace : lone Democrat with a Desire To :
About 300 descendants of pioneers end up In a tie for first or second ond, had seven of their 11 hits then led 807, but in the final Federal in a play-off for the the winners. Jerry Blalock and : Serve our County. :
who settled along the place. in those innings, and then sat Inning First Federal came up championship. Andrews Jumped Nick Starling were 3-for-4 for t I
I banks of New River more than League games are not being on that lead, limiting the Rebels with seven big runs and then off to a 7-0 lead after two and the losers. .
I a hundred years ago attended played this week since the A.S.A. to single runs in the second, choked off a KFC rally for the one half innings, then led 13-6 "We feel that the change from
the reunion. sub district trounament is being third, and fourth innings for the win. Ricky Edmondson, Donnie after four innings. Andrews then baseball to Softball for these 2 lIlt Takes a Woman To !
played in Starke. The scheduleof win. The Rebels had only eight and Ronnie Clemons were each scored four in the top of the youngsters was the thing to do .
games will resume Monday, base hits. 2-for-3 to lead the winners who fifth before KFC then crossedthe as the boys seemed to enjoy : Keep a Clean House" :
August Greg Rlherd was 3-for-4 to lead bad 12 hits. John Valinskl was plate eight times to trail being able to hit the ball. All
Loud voice on the but: Results of Last Week.INDEPENDENTS the winners while Dean Johns the only KFC batter to get two only 17-14. participants were awarded an Ie........................................;
"Why, I wouldn't even ,let 18- 11 was 3-for-3 for the Rebels. hits. This game gave First Fed- _.
vote for the All-Star ----- - - -- -- ---- .--- ------- i"
year-elds PLAZA LODGE I eral a record of 7-4, KFC 6-5. --- -------------+ ----------
teams." The Independents, the leagues MADISON ST 7j, In the second game of the afternoon r : '
best hitting team, clubbed 14 REBELS 6Madison Andrews Drugs moved -' 1
hits and ended the game In the St. pulled it off again into a tie with KFC for second !
I sixth by a score of 111. and became the only team to place with a 6-5 record after / Denr ark LIVING ROOMFURNITURE I II I

Plaza was never In the gameas own two wins over the Rebels gaining a 7-0 forfeit win from : --
they could muster only six and they did it in one night. Community Bank, I .
hits. Joey Dampier was 3for3 The Rebels trailed 2-1, led 4-2 The games of Wednesday, July 1 I
to lead the Independents. Steve and 4-3, and 6-4 before the
Varnum for Plaza was 2-for-3. church team came up with three
runs in the fifth to end the scoring RECREATIONCENTER !
CUNNINGHAM GULF 21 for both teams with a final I I SALEI I
LAWTEY 0 of 7-6. Madison St. Baptist had
AakE. The Gulf team had their bats only 8 hits, the Rebels 7.
working and In Just five innings Mark Graudon and Wilbur Wa- I I
pounded the ball for 22 hits In ters were 2-for-3 to pace the The Summer Program is now
Charley'Johan 4 trouncing Lawtey 21-0. winners. Ron Griggs was 2for3 in its last week, however the II SAVINGS

w6 paced Ken the Carlton attack and each W.H.going Johns 4- for the losers.INDEPENDENTS. open Pratt Street during Center the will afternoon remain I IT'S TIME TO THINK. OF COMFORT... LOOKS and :

for-4. Spud Massey collected the II throughout August for all those
only hit for Lawtey.CUNNINGHAM CUNNINGHAM GULF 1 7-12-year-olds wishing to take t tI

The Independents preventedthe advantage of the facilities : ,
About This Question GULF 12 Gulf team from taking over The Tiny Tots enjoyed an exciting <'! :,,t-, t .
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LAWTEY 7 first place from the Rebels and week including games, art I ', ,
"We have In the second game of their they did It in a big way. 11-1 work, songs and topped off by ,." '" "' .". <. '
home '- ,
a double-header the run differ in five innings, outfitting the an exciting trip to Marlneland I j "' ;" ...... .. I II
organ and several expensive ence was not quite the same- Gulf team 13.4.Independents. where the porpoises and whales ,'" ." .. .<.....**.">*
home fine objects to Can our for but Cunningham-the end results loss were for-- a Law-win two Innings and led then 8-0 after ended only the amazing entranced feats.the children with their I,.u..L......:.....,........'...4..",..".:,...oN Y.4...:....f..i"...AS...!oo.--...........-....-........>..->.....................................SSS..............-.........!.SVfiV..........-........ .......:..:...:...:...,........!....,..,..:>.Xv.......'.,.:,.:.,...':.,.:,..>...-:,:>.:..A..............,.'.....%:,:.......'........:..!-o...:..:-..:.A..!o.....A......S.!-....-.V-.WM.S'A "S..:....!O:.:.:..,...="-.:"<<-"1"ra.......,........:,.;,.;,........... 1!

these be Included in our tey 127. game In the bottom of the fifth After the show the 29 childrenand
Jesse Wheeler led the winners, 8 chaperones enjoyed a picnic I
special Homeowner'all Policy Or are- Each team had 15 hits. Charles going 3-for-3. lunch under the palms. The : 1 GROUP TABLE LAMPS 1 ONLY SOFA SLEEPERGold I
risk' Carter
policies was 3-for-4 to lead Law- Tiny Tots and their program
advisable? tey. Ray Griffis was 3-for-4 for Tweed Foam Cushions and Mattress
were accompanied by I Large Selection of Colors and Styles I
Charley E. the winners. PLAZA LODGE 14 Barbara Brown, Janike Ratliff, REG. $199.95
STARKE UTILITIES 8 Madge Akridge, Vickie McKin- REG. $9.95This
PROFS 12STARKE Plaza downed Starke Utilities ney, Jan Powell, and Nancy Alvarez Close-out $159.95
the losers 13- who all seemed to enjoy
The city team pushed the Profs it as much as the tiny tots.A Sale $6.95
131 So. Walnut St. to the limit before winning it 11.The city team led the gamein final trip to Six Gun Terri- 1 1 1l
Phone 964-5070 the early Innings and only tory is planned Friday, which I
The Profs held leads of 4-2, after four innings, should prove to be an appro- ONLY LOUNGE CHAIR
5-3 trailed ONLY 3 LEFT THIS PRICE
7-3, 7-6, 9-6 and 12-6 be- priate climax to the program. at
- -- -- -- - -- -- -- -- ----- - - but they cult scoring while Plaza Green Matelasse Foam Rubber Cushion I
...........................................; didn't. Raymond Thomas was 3- Although ra.i !interfered with LA-Z-BOY RECLINA-ROCKERS -
Fabric Discontinued
much of the outdooi activity dur- I
Plaza while Rich-
for-4 to lead
ard Kerchalne was 4-for-4 for ing the afternoon, the older group 2 Tweed 1 Nangahyde REG. $99.95Closeout$69,95
: Air Condition Refrigeration a I
the losers. enjoyed lots of fun--usually centered REG. $218.00 and $23300N$189 :
: and Heating ai around ping pong and bum- : (
per pool. Thursday afternoon the .
i Commercial and Residential 4 children enjoyed a creative arts }. ,.

The Rec Rebels dropped their session in which they experimented -
: "SPECIALISTS" I. fourth game of the second half with crayon batik. This I ONE ONLY' I
and third in a row as the Profs Thursday we are planning a trip I
: whipped them 94. to Stephen Foster Memorial I LA-Z-BOY LA-Z-LOUNGERS 4 French Provincial Bedroom
No Job Too Large or Small which pc.
will climax the afternoon
The Rebels led 2-0 until the I
third inning when the Profs tied program. I .1 Fabric 1 NaugahyJeREG. SUITE Genuine Cherry, Triple Dresser and

i DUANE LEE MITZEL it at 2-all. Going into the sev- $242.00 and $237.00 Mirror, 5 dr. chest Woven Cane Chalrback Bed.
enth the score was tied at 4-4, and then Colonial tied it in the Nit. Table Discontinued. REG. $495.00
: 21& HOUR SERVICE then the Profs came up with 5 bottom of the fifth. Norman's Now$169 each
runs to win the game 9-4. outhlt Colonial 13-6, but also I Close-out-- $395.00 I IWLWWLWUWL
t rtU: Hradford St. Phone 964.7056 The winners outhlt the Rebels committed six errors to the win- I
: Starke. Florida 11-8 with Mark Milner going 3- ning team's four. Debbie Johns i I
..e......................................4 for-4. Johnnie Powell and Dean was 2-for-3 to lead the winners Gooseneck Platform ROCKERS LARGE POLYETHYLENE
Johns were 2-for-3 for the Re- while Kelly Richards for Nor- I Your Choice of Red. Green or Gold Tapestry I

bels. man's was 3-for-4. I Molded Foam Seats WASTE BASKETS I

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home MADISON ST. 7 Second game of the play-oft I REG. $59.95 $1.95 I
wlch Norman's had to win or be II
Lawtey had to forfeit the game I delegated to the position of run i Sale Price $49.95 I
STARKE to Madison Street as they were 1 ner-up, was a real humdinger, :
unable to field a team. I going nine Innings before the I 1
virtue of the win, Madl1
1 winner was determined.
son St. moved Into a first place I ONLY ONE 1 ARMLESS SOFA BED and

tie ham.with the Rebles and Cunning Colonial led until Norman's Early American Wing Back Chair 1 BAHAMA LOUNGE I
1 t tied: it 3-3 in the fourth. Nor-
HEIGHTSPHONE With only one week of scheduled man's then went in front 7-3 I Hand-Tied Coil Spring JRase, Foam Rubber Cushion REG. $69.95 each

47.1-3176: : games remaining to be played, ,In: the fifth-- it was 7-5 after Self-
it would seem a play-off of some I six. I Decked.REG.
type is going to be unavoidable $129.95 Closeout$49.95
wwwADHERE In the top of the seventh Colonial
LEAGUE STANDtNS- Rebels, came up with five runs I 99Ji)
Madison Street, and Cunningham to, take a 10-7 lead and just as 1_ '
Gulf 8-4, Independents 6-5 Plaza ;it looked as if Norman's was out I I
Lodge 5-6, Profs 5-7, Utilities ,,of the play-off, they scored the ONLY ONE ONLY ONE

4-8 SCHEDULEMonday, Lawtey 3-9. August tying, run after two were out in I 90" Deluxe Sofa Loose Pillow Back, Self-Decked, DOUBLE SIZE BOOKCASEBED I
,the bottom of the seventh. Nei-
OR ANY 38 Madison St. vs Cunningham ,ther team could score in the I Poly-Dacron Cushions, 8 way hand.tied coil Walnut Finish Discon't. I
Gulf, 9:15: Independents vs ,,eighth inning and after Colonial I Spring Base.
TO CARS STEEL Utilities. j failed to score in the top of REG. $299.95 REG. 39.95
& TRUCKS SURFACECONVENIENT Tuesday, August 48 Profs \the ninth. Norman's then pushed t I
vs Lawtey: 9:15: Rebels vs Plaza. ,across the winning run In the Close-out 24.95
Thursday, August 68 Rebels I bottom of the ninth for an 11-10 I Close-out t $259.95 I
ECONOMICAL vs Utilities; 9:15: Madison St vs win and each team claimed one 1 I
I "
\victory apiece
Friday, August<< 78 Lawteyvs hits I 3 ONLY ONLY 1 >- SET TWIN SIZE I
Colonial had 19 base to the
BRADFORD CO. TELEGRAPH Plaza; 9:15: Profs vs C. Gulf.Women's ,
winners 13 hits. Norman's was I Two Piece Living Room Suites MATTRESS and BOXSPRING
paced once again by the 3-for-
1 4 performance of Kelly Richards. Same Style, 3 Colors, 1 Brown, 1 Blue-Green, SLIGHTLY USED
Diane Jordan hit three out of I 1 Rose Beige. Foam Cushions Coil Spring Base. NEW 119.90

the park and was thereafter intentionally I Reg. Price $199.95 209.95 & 219.95
t,. Ser\in; ? Florida walked. Sale 39.95
Since: 1950 The third and final game was Now $179.95
XW} : each
p -
nip and tuck for five Innlruzs before I

dr/oriJa !, 'reefeag $erwc*, ff ne. Won ByNorman's scoring Norman's nine times broke in it the open sixth by I I

*r Ml* ,......................................... inning. : IRONING BOARD ONLY TWO I
xt Colonial had held leads of 3-2,
6-5, and 7-5, going into the inn- SAMSONITE BRIDGE SETS

Mrs. CarolynRepresentative Cordially ing that spelled defeat for the :I PAD & COVER SETS King Size Folding Table. 4 Upholstered Folding
r Norman's Farm, after dropping Florist team. In that sixth inn- I Chairs.
eaveM '
first Ing Norman's sent 15 batters to
the of the playoff
game -
Welcomes stormed back to take a dou- the plate, and collected eight I REG. $63.75

Ph. 961-5812 You and Your ble-header become from the champions Colonial Floristto of the base The hits.League Champs outhlt the Reg. $1.98-Sale $1.00 Sale $43.95

122 N. Bay St. Family to Your 1970 Women's Recreation Soft- runner up team 13-8 and were : - I II
Starke New Home ball League. paced by Debbie Douglas' 3-for- II
These two team. finished the 4, and Louise Stidham's 2for2. I
Debbie Jones 2-for-3 for
season with Identical won-lost
The State of Florida records thereby necesslating a the losers. .
i best two of three series for The play-off completed the 1970
It h Our Desire! to )Make You Feel Welcome and determination of the champs. league play for the Women's .

To Aqunint) You With Your City.If First game of the play-off saw League. ,
Colonial Florist take a one game However, Norman's and Col-
lead via an 8-7 win. This game 'onial will now journey to St. ,
are new in the area, a phone
you was tied going into the bottom Augustine to compete with other
of the seventh. Diane Jordan !northern area teams in the Sub- .
will visit ]
call bring you a prompt. -
District A.S.A. Tournament August
led off the inning with a base .
from jJour local hnste*'. Plense give hit and then scored the winning 38.Should. ,
run when Norman's short fielder either or both of these
her a call! SJhe) has maps and many flubbed a ball Ut by Sheila 1 teams: finish first or second in .
Taylor. 'the sub district, they will advance
free and wonderful gifts'" for you Colonial had taken a first Inn- to the district tourney I Phone 9645827W".J Starks F1odda I
ing lead of the end of tr be held Satellite Beach 134 W. Call St
front local husinesses.!'
4-1/2 Innings! "Nnmrna's led 7.4 August 14-16
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8 tice p.m.Wednesday 7 p.m.; MYF

First Baptist: Sunday School
9:45: a.m.; Worship services 11 I
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Church of God: Sunday School 1
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Wednesday 7:30 p.m.; Choir SWIFTS PREMIUM CANNEDHAMS

practice Highland following.Baptist Church held 6Far\taia C91JJ'l.8 99
their Fellowship meeting
nF .
Saturday night A bountiful supper FEATURED "PIECE-A-WEEK" :
served to a large number .1 """
was "
GOOD JULY 30 THRU AUG. 5 s h ,,
with services afterward
Rev. James Dobbs of Jacksonville BREAD & BUTTER '
main and
was the speaker
short talks by other pastors par- PLATE ; ,.,
ticipating. Good music was fur-
nished by the choir and singers tr' ONlV39 .
from other churches. =
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Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal and PURCHASE r
family attended the Dyal Family LB.
reunion at Strickland's Landingon V / ).
the lu S js
Saturday. They enjoyed (.I CAN
fellowship, swimming, picnic )
dinner and other activities. A- GOOD JULY 30 THRU AUG 19
bout 65 were in attendance at This coupon worth x1.50'ru.cNA 1 orAr

District Branch Lawtey on MYF picnic Monday attended at of last Goldhead the week.Sub 1 PLATTER / Roast .LB.99c Ground Beef 3 LBS. $179 London Broil LB $))29


and Lawtey were represented. 57.49PRiCB Roast 89C Steaks $169) Sirloin Steak $))29
Approximately 65 attended and $1:50: S; .?fII .. Strip LB. LB


I I: Mrs.On Tuesday Louie Lee night Walnwrlght of last week, assisted $5.99 COUPON Spare Ribs LS.69c Rump Roast $1") Round Steak 99ca

by Miss Elane Wainwright sr LB. LB
I entertained the Lawtey MYF at P P
her home on KIngsley Lake witha

spaghetti supper. SkIing boat- MAXWELL HOUSE ALL GRINDS .
Ing and swimming were much Quantity Rights R s rv d
about fifteen mem-
enjoyed by AUG. 19
bers. xG
Friends of the W.E. Gault family This coupon worth $1.OO.WGNU! 07
saddened to learn of "
were '
M.A. Gault's death last week. TWO OEM I-CUPS

Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Sellersof ''' & SAUCERSS COFFEE :
Auburndale spent the week t !
with Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Crews $2.99 PRICE 1
and visited other relatives in
the vicinity. $1 1,00 COUPON .
VALUE limit 1 Coffco of choice with S5.00
or more purchato excluding cigare>ttt.
Miss Cindy Duck spent %' ,
seek with Mr. and Mrs. D.E. $199 COUPON WITH \;
Nolan and family in Jackson- ASTOR ALL GRINDS ;'
ville. On Saturday Mrs. Nolan P '-.'. ,
and children accompanied her '
home and spent the day with the COFFEEc l8. I /
Duck family.
Mrs. R.E. Lee attended Post CAN /
master's seminar at the University Vi CAN
of South Florida in Tam-
pa, July 27 and 28.
. Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Bennett, 1 nit FLA. DIXIE DARLING POTATOFruit

Joey from and a two Nancy week, have vacation returned spent Punch 4 CANS" $100 1 Biscuits 4 12 PKGS6PK PK.: $]J00

touring in Texas.
Visiting Mrs. Nell Wilkinson, -- HI-C FLA. All FLAVORS DIXIE: ; {

Sunday M-,. Daisy were Boch Mr and and Mrs.Lynn Vir-on : Fruit Drink 4 CANS" $100 1 Stixs o:11:2 s.69c d

gil Griffis, Mr. and Mrs. Maines / THRIFTY MAID DUNCAN MINES All FLAVORSAnDie
Griffis and their respective families. N Ng' 1 Fp5'/i.:' IiS
Sauce 8 $100 Cake Mix .3 $100|

and baby of Eaton Park were visiting l'/l.LB. NO 303CANS $ V s,C A C d
dur- Bread 4 LOAVES $1 Beans 8 100
Mrs. H.C. Wainwright . . .
"' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Star-
ling have announced the arrivalof /
a daughter, Lennett SheHa,
In a Jacksonville Hospital on
July 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Cruceare
spending this week with Mr.
and Mrs. Tommy Linzy in
Gainesville.Mr. .
and Mrs. Emory W. Duncan -
I were in Tallahassee duringthe GA. RED t Limit On.of Choic.W/S5./ Order Excluding Ciga,.".,
weekend visiting his mother
Mrs. Zeno Duncan. The two sons Tomatoes 7 No.303 $1 l00
who had been visiting their grand- CANS DEEP SOUTHMAYONNAISE
mother returned home with them.
Mr. Duncan's father Is in a THRIFTY MAID =
hospital in Arkansas.Mr. n r l
and Mrs. Oscar Carter Catsup 4 40eX100 QUART ,
and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Gas- KRAFT
kins spent two weeks vacation: : ASTOR SMALL C Mayonnaise
in State of Maine, Montreal and QUART 29
Ottawa, Canada. Peas 5 NO 303 $1 00
Mrs. Curtis Coldon of Plant . CANS IButter -3
City and Mrs. LeRoy Robinsonof
Bowling Green are visiting LAND O1 SUNSHINE
Mrs. D.R. Redding this week. '-
On Sunday they all visited their LB.69c RED
brother J.B. Gaskins who Is
patient In 5t, Vincent's Hospital Plums .4..'. $1
in Jacksonville. Mrs. Clara Red- ESKIMO SANDWICHE] SOUTH CAROLINA
ling and children of Wildwoodwere
visiting over the weekend. ICE r: usO Peaches 6 LBS $100

Sgt. Virgil F. Heiken Jr. who Ilev11Cw s f VENTVUBBAGPotatoes
has served four years with the '"
\. Air Force in Communications, 10 LBS 69e
has returned home to his parents 6 VINE RIPE
I Mr. and Mrs. V.F. Helken. He i
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New Rochelle N.Y. and Miss LIBBY DIXIE WHIP f

S.C.Peggy expect Thompson to join of the Columbia familyfor Lemonade .9 CANS 99C Topping . CUP" 49C ,

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Micky Moore Is at home again Juice . .6 oo,. 99C Coffee Rich .4 "*. $100
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Lejeune N.C. Potatoes . PKG 79c Pizza. . EACH 69c 1 1II.

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Pay Firemen's Carnival Nets $$600' ommunaty

PinchOUCH For Purchase of New Equipment

) Five-year-old Tammy Barnes, Jacksonville 7th News ;
In June 1969 the Florida Legislature and Hilton Lay
t, and Mrs. Tom-
of Mr. .
IY raised the salary of county; daughter District Vice President.The
Barnes of Lawtey was crown-
commissioners In Bradford to my crowned by
Queen was
ed Queen of the Bradford County;
$180 per month Instead of$150. Volunteer Fire Department Car- Harry Green chief of the County; By Elizabeth Ghreim Walker
} That felt fine. This Volunteers and Mrs.Phoebe Ba-
nival last Saturday night.
But they're hurting this week. event, termed a "rousing suc aken, local Auxiliary president. CHURCH ACTIVITIES kips pastor. Church School 10 day night Prayer Meeting.Thurs-
The commissioners learned cess" by Its sponsors raised County; Commissioner Ralph MT. PISGAII AME Church,Rev. a.m. with Supt. Leo DeSue in day night, Ladles Circle. Story
Monday night that a Florida Supreme between $550 and $600 to be Bryan served as master of cere- George Young pastor. Sunday charge. Love Feast, II a.m. Hour at the Church.Friday night
Court ruling the raise
used for the purchase of additional monies. School, 10 a.m. Morning Wor- Communion Service. 3 p.m. Band.Saturday .
was effective only three months fire-fighting equipment.The Popular concessions at the car- ship, 11:30: Evening Service, 6 Visitors always welcome. Prayer
of last By this Interpretation and refreshments
year. nival Included games
carnival was heralded bya night, dinners will
the board has been over- gala parade late Saturday afternoon against a background and p.m.NEW HOPE BAPTIST, Rev. EBENEZER BAPTIST Church, be sold from the kitchen. Sun-
paid. participated In by some country and western music pro- LW. Mosley pastor. Sunday Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Youth day School, 9:30.: Morning Ser-
\ So back goes the money! For 18 units including "Future Fire- vided by "The Southern Pa- School 10 a.m. Morning Wor- Day will be observed Sunday vice at II. League 4 p.m. Even-
Local students who are touring Europe this s'Jmmei three months coming they'll be men," Boy Scout Color Guard triots." ship at 11. Afternoon Services. starting with Sunday School at Ing Service 6 p.m. The pastor
are pictured. prior Jo their departure for tfavel and paid only $135 per month. Cub Scouts Forestry Service At a meeting of the Auxiliary 3 p.m. Visitors always welcome. 9:45.: Morning Service at 11.Miss officers, and members are grate-
study. County; Clerk Inman Green read Kingsley Lake Fire Department, Monday night it was decided to MT. MORIAH United Metho- Shlrlle Brown will speak at3p.m. ful to friends who helped make
them the sad news. along with Queen Contestants float, and the make the carnival an annual e- dist Church Rev. L.J. Perkins Evening Service 7p.m.All mem- the Women's Day program a
Students To Return Aug. 8 the budget discussion Monday BUS Band. vent and plans for next year were pastor. MYF members held their bers invited to cooperate with success.
night, saying that he'd had the Visiting: dignitaries who spoke Initiated.The Sub-District picnic on July 20 the youth for encouragement and
state auditor work up the sala- at Gold Head Branch Park. success. GREATER: ALLEN CHAPEL
and participated In ceremoniesat
After Travel-Study in EuropeA ries to allow for the deficit. the Pratt Street Playground Everyone attending enjoyed the AME Church. Rev. C.E. Jenkins
Green nixed any hopes of chal- Blanken- outing. Church School, 10 a.m. GREATER BETHLEHEM FreeWill pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m.
group of 13 students touring lenging the court ruling, saying Included Mrs. Barbara little kids down the with Supt. Essie Holland in Baptist Church, Rev.Jasper Love Feast, 11 a.m. Communion
and studying; In Europe this sum- on August that it had been challenged since becklor of Orlando, State Auxil- block hove closed down (their charge. Communion Service 11 Williams pastor. Monday night, will be given In the 6 p.m. ser-
mer under the American Institute Comprising the group accom- December and that Attorney Earl iary President; John Hunt, Or- lemonade stand after the Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Tuesday vice. All officers members and
for Foretell Study arrived in panied by Mrs. Clyde Sinclair FaIrcloth had already had his lando, 2nd Vice President of the neighborhood crab threatenedto PLEASANT GROVE united night, Choir No. 3 and Ushers friends invited to attend.
of Starke. are Evelyn Sinclair Florida State Firemen's Assn.; report them to Nader.
London Wednesday where they Cynthia Strickland. Bruce Haddock say In the matter. Methodist Church,Rev.L.J. Per- Board No. 2 rehearsal. Wednes-
will spend the final ten days
Robyn Warren. Ellen
before returning to New York
Bloodworth Dale Johns Denise
Winkler Mary Jane Dees Tom-
RHETTS my Blackshear AnnTerwillegar,
Trish Myer Andrew Moore and }
Susan Rhodes. I S S
(BUTCH) FOX The group left July from New .t ,; e a a

York arriving In Rome Italy
Sales Representativefor the following day. After ten daysof
summer school at Loyola University
; In Rome they went on to
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Shaw Endorses -/

Two AmendmentsFor I ayreaNas' +, -. v.+' W.aMV{? 'k Letters to UJS.MAH. :.

ApprovalApproval : if' .-

of two of the six the Editor. .
proposed amendments to the Yt ;
Florida Constitution was recom-
mended by Representative Gene
Shaw In a legislative sumupat
the Rotary Club recently.
Dear Gene: heart of the problem. It seems
In view of the problems faced: Enclosed is an article taken to me that this aspect Is never
by some clUes in coping with .....
rrwr from the editorial page of Sun- brought before the American people -
pollution problems Shaw recom- l 3h'MfiVe"f' +rl. day's Florida Tlmes-Unlonwhlch in all of the controversiesover
; mended approval of an amend- I think is timely and much to the the Vietnam struggle.I .
ment which would allow municipalities fWELCOME. TOMOMC STARKLY point In our current state of believe that this thought-pro
4 Y to issue "full faith and :ORBALDWIN. confusion about foreign policy voking article has merit, and
r) credit" bonds to finance new .: : CHZVROUCT' : and foreign wars. hope that you will see fit to reprint ;
Y r' r 7 sewer treatment plants and other I was impressed by the con- it. ;
needs. ciseness of the article and its Sincerely,

ti. ti III IIII He also recommended endorse- success in pinpointing the real] A.J. Barry M.D. i

ment of an amendment removingthe :s.-.?.. : ." I
10 mill cap on school mlllage '.
for capital outlay. Under this 1
amendment counties could levy a:::: Trade with Reds :<:

I 12 mills for schools with two k,
: -. mills earmarked by improve- : JACKSONVILLE :jjjj r
'L ments. : : ::: I
w :,.:: The U.S. Government under the Johnson Ad- :!r::

.. k Shaw said he also personally __, ._______h w__.____ .h,_ __' w b f,: ministration added Russia and other nations r rof ;:+: I
favored an amendment which the Communist bloc on our "most favored :f:
would Increase the terms of ::r: list," greatly enlarged the trade items which g:ti tic. :: I
..... House members from two to PromotionWhat's :
---- Friendly
four years because of the difficulty c.::. can and are being sent to them. :::;k:

; of campaigning every two ::{ Just two items should shock: (a) petroleum fr:
But Only God. years in five-county; district. the idea of putting games of local businesses .:;;:: and (b) wheat. Vast quantities of the latter. jji;3 3cti ::

Shaw said he was pleased to on the Holiday Inn sign in Starke?
"Just little ; How paid for? Why, the International Im- jij!1
have steered several consumer a friendly promotion, says Inn Man-
"Poems are made by fools like me," says the poet, "but only God protection laws to passage in the ager Bill Glover, above. He has already had ads :::: port-Export Bank (headed by McNamara) is- ?':
can make a tree." The truth of these up :: debt is then canceled and
lines is borne out by this mag. House and also to have teeth about the local floiists and real estate agents. This :: sues credit. The as g:
nificent, ntury.old live oak that still reigns over the old John G.. added to the law dealing with week Baldwin Chevrolet's and :* the U.S. pays 70 percent of the bank's capital gi:
past turn the
Colson:: place near Scout Hole Bridge In the southwestern part of the home-building and repair frauds. was {:.: this leaves the citizens of the U.S.A. presenting :$:}
county. The big tw .story house which the other car dealers will get equal time. :: the Communist bloc with free support. gj::
was birthplace!) the late The yi
speaker was Introducedby Glover says he had done this everywhere he has
Goldwire Colson. longtime Brooker merchant, is now gune. The big Guy Andrews. been a Holiday Inn Manager. f$ The Communists are sending North Vietnam :[:
oak, with a hundred-foot span provided shade for many gatherings of =r=; 80 percent of their war supplies with which to ::::

the early Colson clan. I kill our men. I ij:
;::1 A petition is now being circulated, a petition !;
FarmersAn i::: to the President, asking trade with the Communist :::::
DiaryOn :::: bloc be stopped. In his campaign Mr. Nixon ::!:

Our editorial. ::3 i promised this trade would be halted. It has not 1 g:|
eI 18-year record was bro- been. |.:

ken for tobacco prices last week a lighter subject, we havea 111
when the auction market In High beautiful pink mallow out in 11 s.. The petition is being circulated nationwide. :;

Springs opened with sales ave- bloom now that is a real prize. 1 : Let us stop arming and feeding our enemy and, :1:

L Point of f view ranging 72.70 cents a pound. We were given the plant many :: remember, no communal society has ever been ::::
I I The price was 2.10 cents higher years ago by a woman in the San- able to feed itself. Remember our soldiers. ::1$:;
per pound than was paid ta Fe section, who said that the ::
growers last year, which seta variety was being raised for :: STUART ROBSONLet's 8::
record at that time. Sales experimental purposes at the University ::;

supported the prediction that th1ayear's ; of Florida horticulture .ll:.:.:,:.:,:,:::,:::::::,:;:::::::::;:;:::::;:::::;:;:;:::::::::;:;:::::::::;:::::::::;::::::::;:;::::::::::::::: ::::;:::;::::::: ;::::: ::::::::;:::::::::::::::;:if!
crop would be of high -. .... department. The bloom is huge-
f quality; and that both volume and nearly the size of a dinner plate-
revenue would set new records. By Sam McGarveyof and while it lasts only a day or

'Open Letter To Man' C. so, the plant puts out a succession GoGardening
of flowers.
officers, selected Arthur Gas-
But the big agricultural news kins as president. tc
centered around the effects of the .
Jill Jackson. But it wasn't until In this era of preoccupation with raw corn blight, which has apparently C. C.

"Open Letter to Man" was discov- sex and nudity under the guise of severely damaged this year's We also have a red mallow 07 Harvey. ftnarpe.! Editor
ered shortly over a year ago by the "freedom of expression," a simple has crop.cut We do know that the blight The County; Commission, by which we collected on one of Florida ATlrnltiinU &a-
production drastically the authorized Sheriff P.D.
Rev. Francis J. Caffrey of the Mary- letter written to man about the imageof Zedra Hamilton, speaking at the Reddish way to employ another deputy our trips around the country- tension Service
Fathers that it received wide- side and set out in a location
knoll womanhood is creating a lot of County; Commission meeting last ; and stipulated that 99 per
spread circulation. interest throughout the country. Some week, reported that one grower cent of the reason for hiring which Is often wet. This variety MOVING AZALEAS It is for sure that the shrubs,
is doing well, and the bloomsare \
radio personalities such as Los An- harvested a five-acre plantingof the extra man was to have some- ; snuggling close to the house,pro-
Father Caffrey was so Impressedwith Dick Wittinghlll have corn and that the yield consisted one to enforce the law against really spectacular. Transplanting azaleas in summer mote damp, moldy growth that
the letter that he got the Millers' geles' famous of only two wagon loads Illegal dumping throughout the C. Is like a tiff with the wife-- rots off ends of boards faster than
From read it repeatedly on their radio pro- from the entire field. Therehavebeen county.; Board members said that both can have a pleasant ending you can save to pay for replace-
permission to reproduce grams. Newspapers and magazines, many other reports of greatly anyone caught dumping trash or If you are careful. ments.
that humble grass roots beginning, both .religious and secular are re reduced yields and it is apparent garbage indiscriminately around Since the temperament of plants Roaches and other househunting -
"Open Letter to Man" has developedits printing it. And private citizens are that the growers have suf- the county; in the future will be Dog Days are here and hot is more predictable here are a Insects often use azalea mulch
own quiet underground movement copying it for distribution to their fered a great loss. prosecuted under the law. and sultry weather is the order few tips on winning a battle with as their base of attack and invade

protesting the degradation of women C. of the day with thunderstorms Before when your best company can wit-
friends. and heavy rains often you dig up the first ness and spread embarrassingrumors.
as mere sex objects. Many prominent sending the thermometer downin rootlet, be sure to size up the .
businessmen and entertainment personalities Letter to Man" Speaking of stockmen,the poul- This action land A neighbor took
This is what "Open against pollution a hurry Last Saturday afternoon situation. This Includes the res- all the above
have assisted Father Caf- : trymen and cattlemen have placed is part of a campaignto the recorder at the First sons for moving the flowering reasons in stride and vowed to
frey in his efforts to help restore says their stamp of approval on the clear up our environment, Federal building showed a sizzling shrub and where you will move keep her azaleas around her home

woman's proper image of love, beauty, "I am a Woman."I proposed sanitation ordinanceand as state agencies are now work- 100 degrees and so far It- until she discovered that a small
and dignity In our contemporary society it seems likely that the Coun- Ing on efforts to prevent pol- as we know that was the high- Some folks discover that teen- snake used the shrubs as a ladderto
am your wife, your sweetheart, ty; Commission is about readyto lution of both air and water. est of the summer so far. But age azaleas are cluttering up the climb atop a window ledge to
mother daughter, your pass its second law since And in Bradford County; we have it gets a lot hotter than that bedroom windows and providing bask in the sun.
your receiving home rule powers from i real problem in seeing that In Sam's little car, because hiding places for peeping Toms. The frst step in moving an
R.D. Funk, Managing Editor of the sister. your friend. the legislature. Incidentally the the waters of our streams and somehow or other, it seems to Others swear that the rotting azalea is to use a length of ropeto

Santa Monica (California) Evening Out- I NEED YOUR HELP. poultrymen held a big meeting lakes are not ruined throughbad be hotter just because it is painted mulch around the plants gives gather up the skirt-like
recently, with Doyle Conner as branches into
look was the first to tell the practices. red. their home halitosis that even a tight bundle
among the speaker, and in an electionPEARS their best friends wonder about. around the main trunk limbs.
story of the Millers, Father Caffrey, "I was created to give to the world This permits digging a size-

and "Open Letter to Man" in his col- GENTLENESS, UNDERSTANDING, able ball of earth and main roots
umn. Since then the "Open Letter"has SERENITY BEAUTY AND LOVE. approaching discharge to buy up without snipping off outer bran-
been reproduced and circulated I am finding it increasingly diffi- ... -. j) it's a to ninety; days of health protection ches that contain next spring's
r v for themselves and dependents at The flower buds.
widely in the U.S., in some foreign cult to fulfill my purpose. .Y t very little cost. With a grub-hoe begin a trench
countries and is on Its way to expanding j Benefits were originally limited around the base of the plant at
Its message of common de- "Many people In advertising, mo- c to active duty; personnel.Now Book ShelfADULT least 12 Inches from the main
decency throughout the world. tion pictures television and radio however, Guardsmen and Reser- limbs. Dig the trench deep enough

have ignored my inner qualities and By Martha Sue McCain vists completing four or more to cut below all the runner roots.

"Open Letter to Man" is a simple, have repeatedly used me ONLY as A1 County Extension ing months under of active the Reserve duty; for Enlist-train- FICTIONThe plant then with until a shovel it is undermine supported the by

powerful message challenging today'sanimalistic a symbol of sex. Home Economics Agent; ment Program "REP" are eli- Fountain At Marlleux only a toadstool column of earth.
sex-oriented image of wo gible to purchase the post-ser- Aveline; A Romantic Education- Slide the excavated plant onto a
manhood. It's difficult today for a girlor "This humiliates me; it destroysmy vice health coverage. Richie; As Towns With Fire-- trash cart for transportation to

young woman to believe anyone dignity; it prevents me from being Pour over pears and sprinkle West; The Day The Sun Fell-- the new location.
really cares about morality femini- what YOU want me to bean So good to eat right off the with 2 tablespoons brown sugar The opportunity; to purchase Duncan; Vital Parts--Berger; Replanting the azalea In a group
tree, pears are so versatile and and 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon. health Insurance protection will Deliverance--Dicky; A MeasureOf near a long line of a hedge will
nity, and virtue in our society. But example of: when eaten fresh considered Bake Dust Turner Shadow help to break
with uncovered, until tender45 be limited to "REPs" who come -- ; AtMon up the monotony of
the challenge is simply stated for all all other fruits as being low to 60 minutes. on active duty; for four or more Repos--Rader; Intensive Care-- the hedge and give a flash of
to meet, "I know you will find a "Beauty, Inspiration and love- in calories. months. Reservists who are on Frame; The Rest Is Done With spring color, says Agriculture
way." For a fine-grained texture and For Dessert: active duty; for shorter periods Mirrors--See; Wlndsong--Ga- Experiment Station ornamental
"Love for my children, love for good flavor gather pears when will not be eligible for coverage. garin; Maltaveme Mauriac; horticulturists.
grown but not fully ripened, keepat PEAR CRISP Under present law, all health The Reporter--Steam; Enquiry If the new planting site Is civer-
The Invitation to find the husband love of God and
help way my my room temperature several One Q) quart pared and sliced car benefits end both for the --Francis; The Amphorae PI- ed with sod, remove the sc4 foi
is open to all. Copies of the "Open country."I days (or longer for hard pears) fresh pears, 1 cup sifted flour servicemen and his dependentson rates--Cameron; Two Sisters-- use on sandy spots of law.i or
Letter" are available free of charge. to ripen. 1 cup brown sugar, 1/8 teaspoonsalt the day he is released from Vidal; Calico Palace--Bristow; better yet, place the sod In the
Simply send your name and address, need your help to restore me Pears are better suited to can- 1/2 cup butter, 1/2 tea- active duty.; See You In Yasukunl--Hanley; old azalea site.
plus the number of copies desiredto to my true position. .to allow me ning than freezing. spoon vanilla. Rick Rude--Stewart; The Devil's Next, dig a hole larger and
(I) Put sliced pears in a but- Lieutenant--Fagyas; The BlessIng deeper than the ball of aarth
: Open Letter, The Solo Cup Foun- to fulfill the PURPOSE FOR WHICHI CANNED The health plan provides protection rf the
PEAR HALVES tered deep J pie> pan. ((2) Mix Hour Way-Hillerman. plant. In digging the hole,
dation, 7431 East End Avenue, Chi WAS CREATED."I (1) Wash, pare and cut into and sugar. ((3)) Cut butter, vanilla for a serviceman and his eep the richer top soil separate
cago, Ill. 60649. A supply of the Open halves, core and then slice if and a dependents for up to ninety; days ADULT NONFICTIONStock from the poor dirt In the bot-
..y Letter will be sent free of chargeto know you will find way." desired. ((2) Drop as cored intoa and sale into the flour-sugar after separation. The coverageIs Market Primer--Rosen- :om of the hole.
be passed along to friends and ac- large container of clear waterto mixture with a fork or pastry particularly valuable to a man berg; Cross Stitch Patterns-- Prior to placing the shrub in
This letter was written about ten which 2 tablespoons of vin- blender. Spread over the fruit. being discharged who has a pregnant Nye; Hatha Yoga--Ruchpaul; Argentina the hole, add a sizeable quantity -
quaintances. wife.Most
Miller egar or 1 tablespoon of salt (4) Bake in a moderate oven commercial plans --Ferns; Beyond The ; of well-rooted organic
years ago by songwriter Sy has been added to prevent dar- (350 degrees) about 25-45 min- exclude maternity; benefits duringthe Looking Glass--Perutz; Bernard material and a handful of azalea
Never was a message more needed. and his wife, the former actress kening of fruit. ((3) When fruitis utes, or until the fruit is ten- first ten months of coverage. DeVoto--Sawev: 1001 Questions fertlUzer. Mix this well with a

ready to pre-cook. drain and der and the crumb is a golden Answered About Storms And scattering of top soil, then adjust -
drop into a thin or medium syrup brown. (5) Serve warm, with or The Department of Defense Other Natural Air Disasters- the bottom of the hole mixture -
(2 parts syrup to 1 part without cream- 6 to 8 servings. plan, according to Dixon, offers Tufty; ; Showcase I--Lahr; Shipwrecks so that the azalea will sit
water) and cook 5 to 8 minutes. NOTE: If sweetened canned or coverage through Blue Cross- And Archaeology-_ at the same level in its new
The Bradford County It. :=-- ((4) Pack the fruit In hot sterile frozen fruit is used, reduce the Blue Shield or Mutual of Oma- Throckmorton; So Long As You- location as it did near the house.
jars. ((5) Cover with hot syrupas amount of sugar In the crust. ha. The Blue Cross- Blue Shield 're Healthy--Golden; Decorating Now, add a few shovelfuls of
TELEGRAPH"STABLISHED ..::':: Jar is packed. Seal. ((6) Pro- Plan Includes maternity; benefits. Cake And Party; Foods-Baktap DP soil 1 around the plant and
yy: k. cess in water bath-pints 8 to 10 The serviceman pays the entire Too--Spencer: Brendan Behan-. wash' the loose earth down Into
1879 KQ1ESfn minutes and 16 to 20 the roots with
-- quarts cost of whichever plan he choses. Boyle;; Architecture--Gauldle a generous supply
minutes. ((7) If packed in tin Percy Byssne Shelley--Relman Jf water. Repeat the process
\ cans, plunge cans into cold water Superhighway-Superhoax-; until the hole is almost filled,
Vet News
4'h.Di&You & immediately after removing The amount he pays depends vitt; How To Protect Yourself then form a water basin around
M.M/la shall love your neighbor from water bath. (8) In making upon coverage he selects and Today--Hair; Fielding's Travel the base of the plant and flu
ESS as 'ourself.-l\Iatt.( syrup, a mild honey may be whether he obtains coverage for Guide To Europe--Fielding; The his basin with well-rooted
FLORIDA 22:39): substituted for half the sugar Post service health Insuranceis "self" or "self and family." Archaeology Of Early Man-- 'j nulch. Oak leaf mold is t1ne.
giving a product of very inter- The lowest charge will be $16.50 Soles. Next soak the roots of the
When we count blessings now available to active duty
our ;
AS SOB. T 0 N esting flavor. personnel is being extended to for self only. For comprehensive j plant until you become alarmed
find that
we better
we are at
To serve for variety; : National Guardsmen and Reser- coverage for self and family including ADULT REFERENCE { the size of next month's water
off than we thought we were. vists and their dependents Including maternity; benefits the Cowles Complete Encyclopedia J bill) Apply water daily or when
There is always someone we BAKE A PEAR pregnant wives. charge will be $90 for the ninety; 3f'I U.S. Coins--Reed; Drugs the plant gets an 11:00 droop. To
can help to a happier life, even Preheat oven to 400 degrees M.T. Dixon. director of the day coverage. :]From A To Z: A Dictionary :I prevent the mid-day droop? apo.
though all hot). ] ?ly a fine mist of water
L. MATTHEWS Editor-Publlatoer we may give is a Division of Veterans Affairs 'ingeman. to the
friendly smile Wash, pare, halve and core I eaves of the plant as needed
a cheerful states that the alone
Fnblfched each Thursday and entered .* Secood firm pears. For six servingsuse Army expects For information on this and JUVENILE NON-FICTION with this approach
Class Matter at the Pat Office at Starfce/Florlda greeting, or a kind act. Any six pears.) Arrange pears, toput some 100,000 Guardsmen any veterans benefits, Dixon suggests 13 Jolly Saints-.Spicer; Afrl- o f luck> four azaleas won't and a drop bit
good we give to others comes hollow side In and reservists tnrougn that you see your local <:an Aprs--Johnson The Jesse a leaf. Of
under Act of March 3rd, 1879. up, a shallow ; course planting just
back to us, but it is up to us baking dish.Combine initial active duty; for training: in County; Veteran Service Officer (>wens Story--Owens When before a
Subscription in trade 1 95.00 Outside ; week-long rainy spell
area: year ; fiscal 1970.
year the VA
to the nearest Office write (;
start ball rolling with 1/2 boiling or Wore Knickers--Brown 1 cup. water ;
trad* areas 1 year, 15.50 The Defense Department sponsored him at PO. Box 1437 .. elfMU2ulc- a .che-
our love and kindness. 1/4 cup brown sugar and those ,St. Petersburg A. Snake Lover's Diary--Bran- di ale of rainy spelL con-
2 teaspoons lemon Juice. program permits Florida 33731. ner. ta ct your local weam rbSr .

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ACCEPTS: Mr. and Mrs. Don Bachall and
BID ON TIMBER Ernest Southerland of Fort family of Washington, D.C. visited FISH FRY Year's

Dewey McClellan's bid of$450 Ms Lauderdale!brotherInlaw visited Saturday and sister with this week with her brother Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes at her home Friday night. gency room at Alachua General LeaveIn AMiss

Ion all merchantable timber on the Mr. and Mrs. LesterMcCulloughand and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. entertained with a fish fry at Glad to have Mrs. Lloyd Dyal Hospital in Gainesville. Then on I

I city dump acreage was accept- family. Mrs. McCullough's Lawton Youngblood and family. their home last Saturday after- back home after a short stay In Monday, Sammy Halmark driv- States

led by the Hampton City, Council mother Mrs. Southerland of Mrs. Clifford Prevatt under noon. Those attending were: Mr. the hospital. ing a company owned pickup

I Thursday night, July 23. Lawtey, spent Saturday here. went surgery at Alachua General and Mrs. James Kidwell of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emory and truck, did almost the same thing.

McClellan's bid was the only Beth Collins of Gordon, Ga., Hospital In Gainesville Wednes- Brockton, Mass.; Ron Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Doke of Ala- The truck was a total loss and
I one received for cutting approx- day of last week. Ft. Banning, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. chua, attended funeral servicesfor Sammy was taken to the emer-
spent a week here with her
imately 14 acres of timber at and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wal-uncle Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Harris of Patrick W. Castlen, Cussetta little David Voss In St. Au- gency room at Alachua General .", ...__"" ..,. ,.

| the site. lace Collins and family Lenore Jacksonville were recent visi- Ga.; Steve Wynn of Starke; Mr. gustine last Thursday. Hospital and released, with only

Vinyl-asbestos tile over a flI Earnest returned to Gordon with tors of her sister, Mrs. Ruth and Mrs. H.E. Stokes, Jr., Mr. Jimmy and Laurie Temple are minor Injury. Norma Sweeney (left), CEF missionary to

I bre-board underlay was Installed her for a visit. Dyal. and Mrs. Donel Stlkes, Mrs. visiting relatives In Nebraska.Mrs. Some high wind last week lifted Brazil, is pictured with her" sisters Mrs. Connie Par.

| on the floor of the city, hall Mrs. Merle Singleton and family Alberta Stokes, Ruby Stokes and Alberta Stokes and daugh- up the aluminum patio at the ker and Mrs. Joan attended dinnerat
last week. Work was done on and Mrs. Nita Johnson of Emphysema C.L. Atkinson, all of Brooker. ter, Ruby, along with their house back of Mr. and Mrs. LovalDouglas' Hartley, as they a

the kitchen floor, office, and Fort Myers spent last weekend Casey Atkinson, Carrell Atkin- guests, Mr. and Mrs. James Mobile home and flipped Hampton Baptist Church last Sunday. All three are
the main room of the building, with the Marklee Norman family Growing son and Charlie Castlen, were KIdwell of Brockton.: Mass.,were it over the trailer and arounda former Hampton residents.

but not the restroom area or and Mrs. Frankle Jean Keys Cause of Death overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. tree In Mrs. Lottie Jones'

stage. George" Davis, for a bid and children. Ellie Heard In Bainbridge, Ga. Dewey Stokes Jacksonville last front yard. Norma Sweeney Will ReturnTo

of $640, did the work, IncludIng Mrs. Clifford Prevatt is add- Sunday night. The Mr. Atkinsonand Saturday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes
the underlayment, and base- ing onto her mobile home on Emphysema is one of the fast- Charlie, along with Mr. and Mary Simmons of Gaines- were visiting Mrs. Bernice Vic- Mission Work in BrazilMiss
board finishing. White curtains the street north of the postofflee.The est growing causes of death In Mrs. Leroy Stokes, attended the ville was visiting her mother, kery In the J. Hillis Miller Medi-

have also been hung at the windows addition Is to be a bedroomand the United States. Atkinson Family Reunion at Seminole Mrs. Emma Mott Saturday. cal Center Wednesday night of
replacing the former Venetian with The cause of the crippling lung Park In Bainbridge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wig last week. Norma Sweeney,missionary of William Jennings Bryan college
blinds and drapes. entire porch structure., roof coveringthe disease in not known, but clues Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stalnakerof gins and family of Charleston, Pine Hill Lodge enjoyed a bas- for 15 years with the Child In Dayton Tenn., she first

are appearing. An Indicting finger Dallas, Texas have returnedto S.C. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ket dinner at the Community Evangelism Fellowship, plans to attended a shorttermJF:; train-
FIRE DEPARTMENT Mrs. Mary Williams,postmaster points to air pollution and their home after spending a Lawrence Wiggins last weekend. Center Tuesday night of last leave again for Brazil on August Ing In California, then went to

Willard Thomas and Bill Stone attended a postmasters'con- smoking. week with Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Our sympathy to the familyof week, before their regular meet- 10 after a year's furlough In this Portugese language school In

were named as Hampton representatives vention Institute at the University, Stalnaker and family. G.E. Green, local merchant, Ing. During the evening music area.A Campinas, Brazil. For eight
to the Bradford County of South Florida near Tampaon Recent experiments with dogs Sorry to hear that David Stal- who passed away July 18. Mr. was furnished by the "New River native of Bradford County, years she worked In the city,

Volunteer Fire Department Monday and Tuesday.Mr. show that those who were trainedto naker Is confined to the house Green was owner of Green's Boys," a local country and wes- Miss Sweeney lives In Gainesville of Sao Paulo 40 minutes by

Association with the first meeting and Mrs. James Gehron smoke heavily developed em- after stepping on a nail. Do hope Grocery, and a member and a tern band. Some 55 people attended now while on leave with plane south of the capital city
to be July 28. and four sons of Fort Lauder- physema. And lit America's most he will soon be able to be out deacon of the Brooker Baptist this meeting and dinner. her sisters. Mrs.Thornton Hart- of Rio de Janlero. The last nine
dale visited last week with her polluted city, New York, the death ley and Mrs. Charles months the field she
The action followed a discussion and around again. Church. Charles Kelly, USN, of San Parker. on taught:
of pros and cons at the brother-in-law and sister, Mr. rate from the disease has risen Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schnepfof Sp/4 and Mrs. Patrick W. Cast- Diego, Calif is spending two She has shown slides and spokenof classes In Forteleza, farther
Hampton Fire Department meet- and Mrs. Wallace Collins. They 500 per cent in the last ten Cocoa spent the weekend with len and Sp/5 Ron Harris of Ft. weeks leave here with his mother her work In many churches north on the coast, on the point

Ing last Thursday night. InterestIn were enroute to Pennsylvania In .years. smoke and live Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Stalnakerand Bennlng, Ga. were weekend Mrs. Doris Kelly. throughout the southeastern that juts out south of the Ama-
the local department has their camper on vacation and People who family. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Edward states while here, as well as zon River.
slacked off, and the spelcal meetIng also visited Mrs. Gehron's parents in polluted cities put The New River Baptist Churchhad Stokes and family. Thelma Pierson of Tampa, spent attending retreats and camps. -

was to promote new mem- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver, double jeopardy.The a revival last week.The evan- Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and the weekend with Mrs. Eva lIar- "Teaching teachers" has been

bership. Election of officers Is In Brooker. of gelist was Rev. Price from PortSt. family of Salt Springs were visIting rell and attended the New River her classification the last eight
August 13. Joanne and Diane Chastain of symptoms emphysema-- Joe. Special music was pre- C.L. Atkinson last Friday Baptist Church homecoming. years, as she trains Brazilian "OTlr'" or IVTF.NTIOV'' Tit
Melrose visitors at shortness of breath, chronic Christians to hold < FICTITIOI NAMHJ
were Sunday sented each night. Mhose con- night. Bible study *:ni rrr.n
to The encourage county-wide; cooperative association: fundraising Is- the W.A. Prevatt farm south of cough, and a often tendency confused to with tire tributing to the musical program Casey Atkinson was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hamilton classes and children's meetings.: the Notice unlnr..lwn..d.Is hereby under given the provision that-

and discuss Hampton.Mrs. easily are Include: the Intermediate Choirof Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elmore and and family of Massachusettswere Child Evangelism Fellowship of Chapter 20,1153 Law
needs. equipment Ruth Mills of Fallon,Nev. another disease caused by cigar- New River Church, The Brook family In Apopka last weekend. visiting Mr. Hamilton's Is an inter-denominational organization .tf, Florida.with Act the Clerk of 1941.of will the

Hampton calendars, a local arrived last Thursday for a visit ette smoking and aggravated by er Baptist Church Choir, David State Road 329. just about 3 brother, and wife, Mr. and Mrs. aimed at "telling. the Circuit register. Court .In and for Brad
with her son-in-law and air pollution, chronic bronchitis.But Zedra Hamilton last week. 'ford County. Florid upon
daugh- Fussell and John Hendry, Glen- miles south of Brooker, has been stories of Jesus" reaching
fund-raising project, have arrived bronchitis, which is an Inflammation proof of publication. of this notice -
and are available for dis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill. of the bronchial da Andrews of New River and the scene of two accidents in the children through schools and of the fictitious name of
tribution. Hazel Thomas Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Melton, John Schaff of Worthington past week. Sue Douglas, driving neighborhood groups that other- Longhorn Restaurant. undrwhich
was tubes, is subject to treatment. 1 engaged In buelneMat
named chairman of an annual Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hagan, There is know for Springs. home from work on Friday, on EZERASE TYPEWRITER wise have no connection with Highway am not *>tith.
no cure em-
fund-raising drive. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton, The homecoming dinner was a wet road, skidded and turned PAPER Mlraeo Paper, Bond Christianity or evangelical Foster Betty Hayes Owner
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thomas, physema.In well attended with Psteil, this 8th day of July.A. .
on Sunday approximately over. Damage to the car was extensive Paper. Notebook Fillers. churches. Bradford
at Starke.
CHURCH CAMPOUT and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mc- emphysema, the tiny air 100 guests present. but Sue was lucky to Bradford County Telegraph. Now, according to her visa County.D. Florida. T.I4 4tD !.'

Thirty-two, men and boys of Conaghy and their families attended sacs in the lungs lose their Mrs. Betty, Rabon chaperoned a receive only a few bruises and Miss Sweeney is a "permanent

Hampton Baptist Church camped a Melton-Messer family elasticity: and tear. Althoughsome slumber party, for about 15 girls was released from the emer- resident of Brazil. A graduate
reunion at the Leonard Melton
overnight at Gold Head Branch treatment is available the .a-aa-a-a-a a a I. .
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home In Orange Park last Satur-
State Park last Friday. damage to the lungs is Irre- '

Included were Eddie and Tim- day.Mr. versible. Used air cannot be SIRLOIN !
and Mrs. Tommy Harvey
my Saxon, Bucky Melton, Steven breathed out. The heart must j
are the parents of a daughter I I 1
Earnest, John Crawford, Timmy born Monday, July 20, In Stock- work harder to pump oxygen- I I RIB OR BONELESS SHOULDER I 1
and Mark Jones, Donnie and Greg starved blood to needy body tis- FRESHFRYERS
bridge Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Roy
;Made: Allan healy, Everett; ana sues. Death often results from
Roark of Hampton are maternal I IwV
David Pearsall, Ted Curtis, Ric- grandparents, and Mrs. Ruth respiratory failure or an over-
key and Timmy Keyes, Mark taxed heart.
Dval. great-grandmother. Mrs.
and Scott Bruno, Scott Davis, 1 II 1
Roark left Wednesday to spenda
Lonnie Broome, Ricky Hawkins, few days with the Harveys Quitting smoking and cleaningthe -- 1.19FOOD 1
Donnie Brown, Donnle Lou,Ron- in Stockbridge. polluted air can help prevent I $
nie Hlnson Ronnie 11
Blrt Otis Mrs. C.L. Cooper of Starke emphysema.For 1
Melton, Edward Saxon, Wallace more information about 1
spent Tuesday here Mrs. iMiHIvC' LB
Collins, Jimmy Davis, Clarence K.B. Watterson. Saturday visi- these and other lung disorders, 1 I I I

Melton, Arthur Redding, Lamar tors of Mr. and Mrs. Wattersonwere check with your local tuberculosIs ,- ---. -------- **
Brown, Wes Griffin and Wildon and respiratory disease 1 I 1
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hall j SUPERMARKETS
Stinson, church youth director. and Liza of Lake Wales. association.It's I I I BONELESS ;

a matter of life and breath! ':.\' ROUND I


GAINESVILLE >. The C" .lt Court, EighthJvillrlnl GRADE 'A' I I when Savings. Count

o .llrnilfurd Can*. Ito. T4O Circuit County. In Florida.And 1--- c: i 11STEAK | COUNT ON US! 1

Eta: 'iUrookins. and Frank i

Business Directory tiffs Brooking v., Early her husband.11. Thomas Plain, et 1 I I -- $ I! PRICES GOOD THROUGH
61. Defendant I WHOLE BAGGED
Notice la hereby given that SAVE 1OI LB quantity rights reserved.I .
tinder and by virtue. of the Or-. 1 1 L 1
der for Sale entered hereinby
AUTO SALES I GLASS the Honorable Quorge I*. I I I I Ir
patten. Circuit Judge, on July
12. 1010. In the above-etyl.d
BRASINGTONCADILLAC cause. I will ...ell.t! public
LIDDELL outcry to the highest/ and beat AOAR'S
bidder for cash at the front CHUCKROAST FREEZER
OLDSMOBILE door) of the Bradford County Canned

BALES SERVICE Glass Company"Glass on Courthouse Monday: : In, the Starke.24th Florida day
Fine Selection of Used Can August 1970. between the
hour of 11:00 A. M. and 2:00:
Taken OB Cadillac Trades For Every Purpose" P. $.. the same being/ the legal *
2001 N.W. IJth Ph. 37S-SM1 Store Fronts-.Mirrors galas day and the lentil hour. 3 2891 2s.99FYNE
of unit, all of the right title r 1 ass <
Tub Enclosures-Shower* and Interest of the partly to
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA Furniture Tops Glue Replaced thin null. In and to the follow
Inn described renl vmate mtu.
ale, lying and being In Drad-
loRrU.County. of I
NEW LOCATION T: t.lpOfS South. Range 1lIEa.t.

4 wheel and 1228 So. Main Gainesville : .
drlr etrs 372-4I91 1102 The said I< property. togetherwith RIO DART BRAND
Bales Ptru Benrlee : nl' the tenements, heredlment GALA*
Clean Used Toyotas and appurtenances BAKESHORTENING FABRIC GARDENGALLON
thereto lorirlni. or In nnywl -
1700 N. Main 378-1288 HEARING AID nppertalnlnu. an. In to be::. SOFTENER
effect a parti.tlnn
i Mid In order to .
.. of the rights. and Interests
f the partlen to this suit 3

VARHEYLLincoln I gllne( vlo.Ve c JeahIlg( \ "this therein.null All may of be the bidden purlieu at to 1 3/89 CAN PLASTIC 6/l

Mercury the ale. a. well as any other
lid Co.Bearing Interested. pernonii.Inman "
D. Green Clerk'

22M N. Mala GalBMTtTle I I Circuit Court Bradford Coun-..
-=-- 371-1251 Tests By Deulah 10{. X730( / .
l\1lilm! Borne II-IJ Batterle ft 9.20
t Aceesiorle .
III The Clrrjt" Court Of Pr *, Repair Smfc.c lord Conntr. florldn. CARNATION CROWN f
Caw No. T4AJanice Action DrinkSPORTADE
William Robertson. INSTANT
Custom Fitted Hearing Alto 3r. and Bertha Robertson) his MUSTARD
Mark HI-KBfteh Ford wife. Plaintiff. ve. Linwood
IMITIM eitiieiNt
106 E. University Are. Guinearflto Rudolph Hcarce. and Roger ei o* ie INVIIOM* ASSOKTID FLAVORS
Cleanest Used Car Available Henry Scarce et al.. Defend-
",8001I5MEN'S ant. 32ozBTL
.peanty Academy Notice Of Mortgage: Foreclosure ASST '

Sale. _
Notice I.l hereby riven pur> _

POWELL'S WEAR foreclosuresdated theRlGthlday I
of July. 1370 and entered In
I Cane No. Ill of the Circuit I
Beauty Academy STAG 'N DRAG Court of Bradford County 1 A
wherein James William I
Robertson Jr. FANCY I I
Learn Profession In Tour Griffin Suite
a Robertson his wife are Plaintiffs - Time. Full or Part Time Arrow Shirts. FlorskeUn Saw and and Linwood Roger Rudolph Henry \\"esh GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS FREESTONEPEACHES KING SIZEBREAD !

211 N.W. 10th -818-2708 Formal Rentals Scarce Scarce. *t al.. .are Defendants. I
the hiKheit anti
Ladies Sportswear to .
ELECTRIC MOTORS betwillbiddersell for ..aAh at the
2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY front. door of the County CourtHouse !
at ;
a-d GAINESVILLE MALL In. Starke. Florida
the II th
ELECTRIC II :00 o'clock A. M on)
MOBILE HOMES day of August 1910. the following I
described property> situate -

Motor Repair Co. described. In Bradford In said. Count,final Juder.ment (ana: 1 CAN C I

Repairing O! GalneaTflle- Rewinding, Inc. MUSIC Easterly cfoouwn. Degin I as; at boundaa"y follows a point:intersects. of when Lot. the the 10 1 1 18 lOc29oz I =: .SYRUP IN 17 1 I I 4/89c !1 1

New and Used Northerly boundary of State

2818 N. W. I8tb. Ph. S7t- aU BALDWIN! Rood the 121 Northerly and run right west.of along-.\way II

line. of laid. road a distance ot 1 I 1
+. ORGANS be ''nring. -
Q 629 feet, for a point of "
Farm and Industrial
i i A 1'HI' AsTpTMaIISMUSICta1 From the point ot b..ln-'
Equipment mini. thus deerlhed. continueVTeVt
Northerly right-r
/ nf.wav. alan"line the of eald mad' a ms- SWIIT LUSCIOUS JUMBO 27 SIX I FRISH CRISP

Santa Fe Tractor, Northerlyland Ea.terlv Boundary feet parallel: of thence said to. the Lot GEORGIAPEACHES CANTALOUPES PASCALCELERY i DOUBLE

G'vffie] Shopping Ctr. 972SSSaMOVERS 10 if thence ruintEaster. POUND CAKE
of 40? feet;
Farm FORDImplemellta! ly and parallel> to the Norther.
line of '
ly rlght: -of-way 1 I
17SEQUT: :: State Road 125 a dI8Ien. ot 3/99 IAMOC
lot feet: thence run Southerlyend STAUCCASTIUI
OALJB PACT sravicx parallel to the East I nun"-

4498 N, W. 6th 879-258 ary ot said Lot. of.0 of 20''Vood-feet
GAINESVILLE FlA. berg Distance Moving lawn more or a I...., 10 the point ot
lying 'In Lot
GARDEN SUPPLIES Storage PackingCntlrc Woodlawn beginning. as. per record.plat In th..eof&flp..arln" Plat
Shfotte 11. In the publioreenrde > ; CM 100
nook) 1. Page

Johnson &: Fan, Inc. Free Estimates Can 21 Townsh. .ot DbSinSouth.Bradford .ColJnty.Range. LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC SUAVESHAMPOO "

HILL'S :2!!' East: In Bradford) County. j MOUTH WASH :
F1r'teA";; July,
laIedIeNee-Pet..".UoFERTf this reFlorida
3s Van S nrce, Inc. UTO tnm"n at Stark.D. .Ore!en.) Clerk I of w2/I. .

,tall Court
w VTV Rest FITWY1e. .loads" I ISM N.E.: Wit I To R4. G'rtne By Virginia; F. Darby. Deputy _

224 N.W. Mk F*. fleVMTt I 31-42'71 Clerk It 7.18"


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Held Mrs. Bettie Johns F. I ,
For M. A. Gault Services HeldIn ''-

In Tennessee Jacksonville ?
Gospel Sing is scheduled
Friday July 31, at 7:30 p.m. t T
Malcolm A. Gault 72, of Law-. Funeral services for Mrs.Be at the >Pine Valley Congregational
tey was pronounced dead on tie Johns, 82, of Lawtey, who Holiness Church.
arrival at Bradford County Hospital died July 21 In Bradford County The Gospel Messengers will be .
Wednesday, July 22; following Hospital were held at 11 a.m. the featured performers. Other
a sudden attack in front Thursday, July 23, In Key-Mc- groups will also perform. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
of a doctor's office In Starke. Cabe Northslde Chapel,Jacksonville The church Is located on the CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School, 9:45a.m.Morn-
Mr. Geult was born In Charleston with Rev Tommy Howe gravel road off US301 by the LATTER DAY SAINTS, Highway 125.Northwest of Law 10 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ing Worship, II ajn. Youtt
S.C. May 3 1898 and was Sunday; Bible Study ajn.; Sunday School 10 Morn-
on officiating. Interment was in Bradford Furniture Corp. 1404 E. Bessent Road School 10a.m.Mom- a.m.; Fellowship 6 pjn. Choir Practice
Sunday Communion
retired from the U.S. Navy and tey. Morning Worship and Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Evening
Manntown Cemetery.Mrs. Everyone is Invited. 8:30 11:15. Sunday Night ; Wednesday 8 p.m.
SundayPriesthood ajn.
Ing Service. Evening ser ,
Merchant Marine.He was a mem- a.m. Worship, 7:30 p.m.; Prayer
Johns was a native of 10 Sacra- Wednesday -Rev. Robert D. Burch
ber of the Baptist Church and the Sunday School ajn. Service, 7:30: p.m. vices, 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. .
Charlton County, Georgia, anda -Rev.
Masonic Lodge. ConservationNEWS ment, S p.m. Prayer Meeting. 7:30 pjn. Worship service J.C. Saunders pastor. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Surviving are tour brothers, member of the Congregational MondayMia 7:30 p.m. Albert Knight, pastor. 7 pjn. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway S-100 A, Starke (Griffls -
Methodist Church.
William E. Gault. Lawtey; Curtis four NOTESBy TuesdayPrimary 4:30: pjn. BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Loop).
Surviving are daughters, WednesdayRelief Society PINE LEVEL
School 10 ajn.Morning
Gault Pioneer, La.; Robert Mrs. Marvin Wood and Mrs. School 10 MornIng Sunday- 9:45: ajn. Sunday Sunday
Sunday ajn.
Gault, Lancaster, Calif.; and Covington Woodley 7:30: p.m. HA&jeXQfiLCHBISTIAN& : CHURCH* Worship at 11. Training Union, ,
Charles Jacksonville Pre- II Morning -
Wyman, 11 School a.m.
; Jesse D, Branson, Branch Worship. ajn.
Everett Gault, Meridian, Miss.; Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Union 7 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.
and Mrs. Laury Carter and Mrs. Services Booster Band Young 6 pjn. Training
and\ one sister, Mrs. Pauline : Worship, 11 ajn. Evening Mid-week Prayer Meeting. Wednesday
Othma Norman, Lawtey; two People, and Prayer Service),, 6 p.m. Evening Worship.[
Turner, Toones, Term. sons. Lacy and Charles Johns, you have a fish pond and JORDAN MISSIONARY pjn. Evening Worship, 7 p.m., Worship, -James Shaw, pastor -' Wednesday7:30 Prayer Services 7:30.Rev.. Don R.
Funeral services were held Jacksonville; a brother Har- get up at daylight each morn- BAPTIST MISSION Midweek Service Wednesday, 1st and 3rd Wednesday Drawdy, Pastor.
Saturday, July 25, at Wayatt Cemetery mon Harris, Glen St. Mary; and ing, you might take a look at U.S. 301! North, behind Tas- 7:30 pjn. Rev. John Strickland, night- p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
Hardman County,Tenn. it If find fish coming to '
12 grandchildren. Pastor. Sunday School 9:30 Training'
tee Freez Drive >In, Sunday ;
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home the surface with head out of BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
was In charge of local arrange water gasping for air, your pondis School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser BROOKER FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15: : ajn.; Morning Worship -
Services Held vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer 11 ajn.; Evening Worship
Jim Sunday School. 9:45 a.m.
ments. short of oxygon.;/ This conditionis Temple pastor. Sun ; 7:30
For Odus BrownIn most critical at daybreak each Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- 1IOl'; BAPTJST.CHURCH day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bris Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- 7:30 pjn.; Prayer Meeting
Services Held day. The hot humid weather we day.Leroy ((Highway 100 at Theressa) tol, Superintendent) Training[ ning Worship, 7p.m.;Wed Prayer Wednesday.
For Mrs. LovelaceOf Jones Chapel experience this time of year Olive, pastor E.L. Sunday School- 10 a.m:, Morn- Union, 6:45: p.m. Lowell Doug Meeting and Bible Study, 7 Pastor Rev. Robert West.
causes rapid growth of plant GrUfls, associate pastor. ing Worship- a.m.; Training las, Director. Worship Services p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST

Brooker Odus Brown, 51, Starke, was life in your pond Combine this DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Union- 6:30 pjn.; Evening.Wor 11 a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, G.F. "Prevatt, pastor everyone: Sunday School, 10 ajn. Morn-
prounounced dead on arrival at with two or three days of cloudy ship7:15 p.m.WednesdlY music director. Welcome. ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training I
Mrs. Doris Jean Lovelace, 45, Bradford County Hospital Monday and overcast weather when plants BROOKER[ Night Prayer ;Ser:: Union 7
pjn. Evening Worship
School 10 Wor-
Sunday a.m. Rev. Merle
of Brooker died upon arrival at and release vices7:30 p.m.
afternoon, following a sudden Ill- cannot synthesize 8 Wednesday night service
p.m. ,
Satur- ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Packham, pastor.
Bradford County Hospital CHURCH
ness. oxygen, and oxygen becomes HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST 7:30: p.m. Everyone welcome.
day night, following a sudden Ill He was born In Bradford County tically short. p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School -L.L. Parker pastor.
ness. She was born In Holden- on Dec. 22,1918;was a carpenter, You can correct this by ap :Jev. Lacy Conway: pastor. Sunday School 9:45smMorn- 9:45 ajn. Morning Worship,10:45:
ville, Okla. on Dec. I, 1924 and a veteran of World War n, and a plying 50 to 100 pounds of super GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship 11. Training Union ajn. Evening Service, 7:15: Pan CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
had been a resident of Brookerfor member of the Christian Church. phosphate per surface acre. CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a.fc. Morn- 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
the past year, moving there Surviving is his mother and You may broadcast this by walk- 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service 7:30.() pjn. ing Worship, 11. Training Union,
from Lake Butler. step-father, Mr. and Mrs. CarlC. Ing the shoreline or from a Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30. Evening Worship. 7:30.
Surviving are her husband, Wynn, of Starke;two brothers, boat if your pond Is large. This Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn.

George C. Lovelace, Brooker; Claude Brown, Starke, and De- aids In the release of oxygen -Rev. Y.W. Kidd, pastor. ---i----,----ii--- ----- ---- .---------.
six sons George M., Gaines- loren S. Hodges, St. Petersburg. and if pond is only mildly dis- ---I
ville; Stephen D., CarfleJ., Robert Funeral services were held tressed you will notice Its return FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD & Be ever mindful and thankful
H.. and David L. Lovelace at 2 p.m. Wednesday In Jones to normal within a couple OF STARKE ,
all of Brooker; Charles R.Love Memorial Chapel with Rev. G.E. of hours. West Weldon St. and Raiford to GOD for. .
lace, Fort Jackson, S.C., her Crowell and Rev. J.C. Brown ot- This distressed condition will Road ,
mother, Mrs. Berta Stafford of ficiating. Interment was in Brown occur more frequently and be Sunday School: 10:00 em,11:00:
Arkansas; four brothers. Hays Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones more acute It aquatic plants suchas a.m. C.A. Services: 7:00: p.m. HEALTH and FOOD :
and Ray Stafford, both of We- Funeral Home In charge. hyacinths or cattails are per- Evangelistic Services.
voka, Okla., and Robert and mitted to grow in your pond.They Wednesday: No Mid-Week
James Stafford, both of Holden- also rob your pond of fertility; Service.[ I
ville, Okla.; tour sisters Mrs. and are best controlled by pull Pastor: T.E. Gilly In our nation today the majority of us have so\ much :
Helen Pennington and Mrs. Ruby ing up bottom rooted plants and I
Paslay, both of Richardson,Texas Fame Doesn't Help raking off floating ones. If your SMYRNA MISSIONARY to be thankful for Sure w e lose a tooth or\ two in

; Mrs. Winifred Hall, Ocean- Judy Ilnlliday, Robert Tay pond is kept fertilized and hasa BAPTIST CHURCH will a 'd '" x I
but these
side, Calif., and Mrs.Joan White lor, W.ilt Disney, Gary Cooper, minimum of three feet of wa- 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser growing up, at the one pictured here, soon .,

Oklahoma City, Okla. all movie personalities who ter at the shore line weeds vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. be replaced. Health and Happiness; are generally ours, $ ,
Funeral services were held succumbed to cancer. Fame should never be a problem. Preaching, 11 a.m. Training I } I
at 2 p.m. Tuesday In the First doesn't help when cancer Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- and through our abundance we should share with i
Baptist Church, Lake Butler,with strikes But your dollars to the NamedTo ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. I
Cecil Jr. American Cancer Loudon -Elder AG Flynn, pastor others who are less im tunete. God's word and the .
Rev. W. Baughman, Society can i p A. .N
officiating. Interment was In De- help in the fight. Aid Kirk Here CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS I church encourage sharing with others There ; t .I&'A I
kle Cemetery under direction CHURCH ;
of DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn- are many area of service to others within the t 1 ,
Arthur G. Loudon, 1304 Pratt ,
Ing Worship 11 Youth Service 1
a.m. '
St., Starke, has been appointedas 6PO:( ) p.m. Evening Worshlj, churches, and these we .should not neglect, but I'i I

CAMPER SUNDAY SCHOOL the Special Kirk for Croups Governor Chairman campaign tor 7 p.m.Thursday night Prayer Moo t t God has "said, that we should take advantage, as ..; ,

in Bradford County.As chairman, 7:30 p.m.Ivy we Hi-eable, of alloppoitunities'; to gieaid. t / .
he will be >In charge organizing Luke PastorNORTFISIDE :
KINGSLEY LAKENext local professional individuals in I "An /Vf bore, therefore, iippnitHititu, M //III fA ,
Kirk's re-election campaign.The BAPTIST
Kingsley Beach Fence.: Bradford County; campaign CHURCH I do gaud iintu. nil mea" i I

Door To New 7-11 Store. chairman for Kirk is Nolan Wood- Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ; I GALATIANS t:10?: ,
Almost Across Street From burn. Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- + a8 .

ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training I < ,
EVERY SUNDAY Union 7:30.: ., .rilwP i
FIRST UNITED METHODIST ThursdayTeachers and Officers Y I II
STARKE Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer
9:30: 10:30: A.M. Sunday School, 9:45; Morning Meeting 1:30.Edward: I I '
Worship, 11; Junior and Senior C. Harvey, pastor.ST. 1 ,
groups, p.m.
Eucharist 1st and 3rd
1:30.DeWitt: LOVE AND COMPASSION ,,, r
Take BnpHst!' Church Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer '
Bv Klngslev! : '
Sponsored! FOR OTHERS ,,
2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m.
Mission Board -- [ T. Farabee Jr. : .
and Florida Pastor --John M. Flynn, Rector. + 1 11M
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CHuiiK It MI.. otpoiMitf. egos,In Ihit meld lot.,. o4.|Hn knoolnlgt' tl,Hit bra yoaTC4: T1Ii f ffor
LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH mm ond ol Nil dtmond lot' mon It rttpood It Mal. k.i by fe,m.,hit neighbor" ,Without,"' =
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; Hm iroiiftdino. In Hit Ian ol, God, no o..tmmtnl. or will? ol my ol, lilt" will, lor| :;' 9- I
Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening I ponomo, and HM'lindomi which wo .hold. M dMi will, Inowtobly" porlih Thmloio' era'' ; : I
How quickly can Worship, 7:30: p.m..; Mld- Iron" o ulflih point ol, 0'i'w, ono should.. luooort Iho (Church for tho.. uko ol''Ih. wtllorool r.
you 'Week Bible Study, Wednesday, / ond hh ,lomirf, Itrond Mat horror.. .ear Anon. ihouM uphold ark portkipolt ? ;: I
7:30 In ,tho.. Chorih Iowa It 'Hill 'Iho truth obogt mm I hit doolh ond dntmr" Iho ''';
: p.m. f rQf "
IN 6
Be in church Sunday. ,Until' whKh alone will, Ml, him IIM to bra 01 .thild ol. Cod, I
C.I.-.. .ear !...
Rev. W. B. Mercer pastor I

find your 5 most GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE ,

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vital personal! papers? Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday WILLIAMS STARKE BUILDERS
School, 9:30: ; Morning Worship, BRADFORD
11; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service JEWELRY SUPPLIES Inc.
6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper WUlIams ABSTRACT CO. ,

Official Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware
Better Service I For Your
MADISON STREET Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Supplies
Title Problems
BULOVA WATCHES and Sporting Goods
Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning Abstracts
Worship, II; Training Union, 6:15: ; 142 W. Call St. Starke
WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; EvenIng Title Insurance "Check With Us First"
Worship. 7:30.: Phone 964-7064
MondayYouth Choir Practice 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 219 Washington St. 9645270FAULKNER

7 P.>)'. STARKE "66"
{ TuesdayPrayer Group 9:30:

a.m.Wednesday-- Junior Choir( SERVICE

Practice, 5:45: p.m.; RA, GA, Bill Edwards Ph. 964.7231 GULF SERVICETire
Sunbeams, 6:30: ; 1'rayerMeetlng,
7:30: ; Church Choir Practice, Tire Tru-lng tV
P 8:30.: .
/ --Denton Sumrall, Pastor. Headlight Adjusting) ; HAUL RENTALS
Brake Service 5:>
Truck Trailer
l Wheel Balance and

.. Sunday-- Brotherhood Meetingand Complete)1 t Lubrication I I
Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111
+ -
r ; Breakfast, 7:30: a.m. Sunday Minor Tune-Ups
School 9:45: : Morning$ Worship, PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
11; sermon, "The Responsibilities 1011 N. Temple J Avenue
of Church Membership." AU Minor Repairs 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE

Nominating Committee,5:30: p.m. PHONE 964-5899
Evening Worship, 6:15: ; sermon, 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway; 301 and 100

Your will. Birth certificate Marriage certificate.The Made"John Good Mark\. the on Young His Man Second Who BRADFORD UO S. Temple Starke

deed to your house. Insurance policies. Can you Chance." COUNTY FLORIDA

lay your hands on them immediately? Are they safe ." Monday.Youth, Deacons Meeting Choir, 7 Practice p.m.- TELEGRAPH

from fire and theft? You can say "yes" if you TuesdayWMS Council Meeting OFFICE SUPPLIES ESTTYPEWRITE"
have them in one of our safe deposit boxes. Isn't the 11:15: ;10:30 Covered: a.m. Dish WMS[ Luncheon Program, ]

small, tax-deductible cost worth it in peace of mind? 12 noon; WMS Business Meet- and Market ONTROL
Ing, 12:30: ; Junior Summer Music ADDING >MACHINES>
Come in and see what size box you'd like today.. Program, 2 pjn.Wednesday Groceries bleatsFeed g gmsrru
'-' '' __ Family Night
Supper, 6 pjn. Prayer Meeting PHOTOCOPIERS: Rem MM tJAS AND OIL
RA Meeting, 6:30: ; Teachers and .U. Nil Takt Ute /rp4|.ry out
FLORIDABANK Officers Meeting, 7:15: ; Church of paper work,_ and Gladys Edwards 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

Choir Thursday Practice- Visitation, 815.: 7 p.m, UOU.: FOBMS.PAYROLL U. S. 301 SouthStarke Phone 964-5745 for FREE

--W.A. Hogan Pastor.
ttllvgttxtf PHONE 964-5312 Inspections and Estimated
".; *

Member Federal'Deposit Insurance Corp. Noting that the world Istw.thIrdl CLAY; ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

water& tIN velcria Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida
Counties "Helping Our Members Live BetteiElectrically"
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group angler fays he always suspected
that Nature liked flih
-Keystone Hel.rhts-Phone 73.4911Selcvicea
better than pctple.

PA ftp. i? 'TFI irnn APW_ .IW.Y. : 31. 1970

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Farris Qualifies Against Murrhee;


HEIGHTS MELROSE Nail To Oppose Saunders In ClayClay I

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.. Clay County County voters are pro- line against veteran Commissioner '
Keystone Hilites mised three contests for county Murrhee. The 41yearold : -
r Moving Toward offices In the September 8 pri- builder-developer came to

MELROSEBy Middle Schools mary, one of which will go Into the Keystone area In 1964 from
r By GLORIA REDFEARK I the November General Election. Jacksonville, residing with Us
Pleas Call :Joyce Rowe Two surprise qualifications wife and four children on White
473-3288 or 473-4182 I Starting this fall the Clay Just before the deadline last week Sand Lake.

--- r II County School Board will begin set up contests for the School He has been active in civic
moving Into a concept of changing Board District 1 seat held by and church affairs, serving as
HERE N' THERE reminded of the "Get Acquaint- Mr. and Mrs. Virgle Rowe all Junior high schools to Chairman Robert M. Paterson, chairman of the Board of Stewards
Miss Jill Johnson of Park of ed" covered dish supper on spent Friday In Belle Glade where middle schools, It announced who will be opposed by J. Ter- and a Sunday School
the Palms has returned from a August 22 at the Hepinstall res- they visited Mrs. Jesse BlckeU by Superintendent Jesse Tynes. ry Hansford of Green Cove teacher in the Community
vacation at which time she wentto idence on Mldlake, 7 p.m.Casual Mr. and Mrs. Dean Crouch The first such attempt will Springs and for the County Commission Church, and Is a past presidentof
Six-Flags Over Georgia then attire. For further informa- and family and Mr. and Mrs. be the Orange Park Middle : District 4 seat held by the Keystone School PTA.
to Cherokee,; N.C.where she tion call Mrs. Yvonne Dazey Albert HInnant and Mrs. Gus School which was formerly the ? l 1L O.J. Murrhee, Sr., who drew He is a graduate of the University -
attended the play "Unto TheseHnIs" 473-3708 Mrs. Bert Hepinstall Alderman are visiting In Vir Orange Park Junior High. In Raymond S. (Ray)Farris of Key- of Florida and a former
and then to GatUnburg, 473-4581, or Mrs. Mary Brokas ginia. the near future an additional mid- stone Heights, as a runningmate Navy pilot.
Tenn. for a few days. She was 473-4989. Miss Barbara Christie of Dawson dle school will be located on Elbert D. Saunders, incumbent, NALL

traveling with her cousin, Dwa- Ga. spent'a few days with Doctors Lake Drive In Orange District 2 Commissioner, is opposed Nall, has owned andoperatedthe
na Gtdnn from Fort George and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Park, and It Is planned for Green in the Democratic primary
O.B. Nail Ace Hardware
her aunt and uncle Mr. and COMMUNITY CHURCHA Mrs. Quinton Christie and fam- Cove Springs to have a middle by Ollie B. Nail of Orange Park, Orange Park for 20 and at
Mrs. Dale Jones of Jacksonville. inter- school at the start of the 1971- -TrT.; and the winner years
Bible Study Group is held ily. She was here for an will face Republican Is one of the founding directorsof
Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Harris have each Wednesday evening at 8 view at the University Medical 72 school term when the new .- '. candidate C.S. (Pete) the Bank of Orange Park.
returned .from a six weeks vacation p.m. at the Educational Build- Center where she hopes to be Clay Senior High School Is com- Herzer in the General Election. He Is active in Masonic and
at their cabin In Trenton. ing. The Second Chapter of John employed as a registered nurse. pleted in September 1971. Two candidates for the Clay Shrine work and served Potentate
Maine. While there Mr. and Mrs. will be studied this week.Everyone Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Milton The new Orange Park Middle Always an active civic worker Schaeffer (right) County; School Board, incum- of Morocco Temple as In
S.E. Kennedy flew up for a two Is Invited. held Open House Sunday after- School will Include grades 6, 7, is pictured at a recent Swim Program fish fry at bent Louise Knowles of District 1967. He Is a director of the
weeks visit The Women's Annual Bazaar noon from three to five. Friends and 8 with the 6th grads being Keystone Beach.George. 5, and Richard T. (Dick) Lovornof Georgia-Florida Hardware Association
Miss Marilyn Bridges has returned will be held on November 6. were Invited'to come see the transferred from W.E. Cherry District 3, are unopposed for and past president of-
from Alachua General Workshops are held each Wed- work that has been done recently Elementary, S. Bryan Jennings re-election. the North Florida Hardware As-
Hospital where she underwent nesday to prepare for the Bazaar on the parsonage. Rev. Milton Elementary, Orange Park Elementary Schaeffer Victim sociation. He is also actice In
some tests recently. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. recently became pastor of Ellam and Doctors Inlet Ele- Clay County Health Departmentwork
Mrs. Henry Mickle, former Bring a sandwich and materialsand Baptist Church. mentary school districts. The Of Drowning in Lake Geneva FARRIS having served as treasurerand
resident of Keystone remains In all your Ideas and Join In Jesse Bickel and son, Rodney 6th grade at Mlddleburg, will not Farris is a newcomer to Clay present finance chairman of
Alachua General Hospital follow the fellowhip of working together. spent a few days last week visit be affected by the reorganization. County; politics and qualified a- the county's Public Health Nurs-
ing surgery. ing Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Flo- Funeral services for GeorgeM. bout IS minutes before the dead- ing Advisory Council.
The Misses Beth and Sharron ROTARY CLUB Principal Thomas Moore, As- the American Legion, taking an
Walrath, daughters of Mr. and The Speaker for the weekly ra.Last week I made an errorIn sistant Principal and Curriculum Schaeffer drowned, 52, who while was fishingin accidentally active part In their activities as

Mrs. F.M.from Walrath a visit m with, have their returned Club luncheon was meeting David S.of Anthony the Rotary, an the my drive-in column.recently I reported opened that In and the Coordinator teaching staff Sarah of the Reese new, Williams Lake Geneva Catholic, were Church held In at St 9a.m. well Surviving as other is civic Ms wife affairs., Mary K. SS: ::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:::-:,::::::::::-:::::::::::,:::::'::::::::::::::: :::::>'::::::::::::::: '>"> h::::: ::-c.::: hm.::

grandparents Mr. and Mrs Cam Associate Professor in the Department Melrose was owned by Mr and middle school have been pre- with Father Joseph Schaeffer; two daughters Mrs. -
Bastedo In Folkston, Ga. The I later learned paring for the change Saturday Mary Ann Magann, Jacksonville
of Botany at the University Mrs. William Bell. many Sheehan Book
Bastedos are former Keystoners. ; of Florida, President of that It Is a joint business of necessary to Implement the pro- Interment officiating was in Keystone and Martha. Jane Schaeffer Key- j 1 Unique Merges History I
Mr. and Mrs. R.T, Lovorn and the Alachua Audabon Society,and the Bells and Mrs. Kenneth Hes- gram. The Orange Park Middle with stone Heights; one son David ::;:
daughter, Elaine, have returned Co-Chairman of the Conservation School will be dedicated to an Heights side rites Cemetery American, grave-Legion Schaeffer, Gainesville; four bro- And Fiction in Melrose StoryBy
,from Texas where they visited Activities. He is also the authorof kett.The Melrose Recreation apartment Individualized, flexible program Post 202. The thers, Ed and Art Schaeffer,both
Rosary was recited -
Mr. Lovorn's mother, Mrs. Ro- several papers on Plant Bio- lost a softball gameto designed to recognize the worthof at the DeWitt C. Jones of Lansing, Mich;John Schaeffer,
Iln England, and her brothersand Chemistry. Mr. Anthony spoketo Keystone last week. each child and aid in the In at Sumner, Mich., and AlSchaeffer Dona Corey
sisters In San Antonio. JunIor of self. Chapel Keystone Heights St. Louis sister Mrs. early settlers of Melrose vividly -
the Club about the ecologyand Members of the Melrose development a positive 8 Michel one ,
E.T. Martin Hew to Beards- economics of the Cross Flo- Woman's Club held a work concept of each Individual, It p.m.. Schaeffer's Friday.Mr. body was recovered Emma Lewis ;St.: Louis, Mich; If perchance, you have passed to life, stressing by example
,town, 111. recently His mother rlday Barge Canal, which he day at their beach Monday. They was said. The aim of the school from Lake Geneva about and one grandchild. through the little village of Mel- their optimistic enthusiasm and
had a fall and broke her hip opposes. mowed the grass, put up a swing, will be promote positive growthIn 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 22. He rose on your way to somewhereelse the reader finds himself, as the
and undersent Mrs. The the Individual In developingtools story progresses, becoming Intensely -
surgery. and cleaned up general. had fishing the previous maybe you noticed a few
Martin then flew to Atlanta and WOMAN'S CLUB place looks nice and they hope and skills for learning, and afternoon gone with a nephew of Mr. Keystone Baptists of the Indescribably ancient look- involved and caring very
much what
met Mr. Martin on his way home. The Executive Board of the those who use it will help keepIt throught the student's own Investigation and Mrs. Ernest Tomes of Lake Ing structures that still manage happens to them.
Our deepest sympathy is extended Woman's Club of Keystone that way. to promote the under- Geneva and had returned the Set PreparationDay to remain In a perpendicular
to Mrs. George Massaon Heights will meet Tuesday Au- Mrs. Lottie Wallace of Jack- standing and expansion of basic man to the Tomes home For VBS position. Along Bay Street and The story Jogs along at a mer-
the death of her mother. gust 4, at 2 p.m. at the Club; sonville spent the weekend visit- concepts, using the teamlearning young later that night, and then went Its adjacent streets, many of ry pace with never a dull moment
Our deepest sympathy Is also house. All Board members are ing Mrs. E.W. Stelnert. approach.One back out to fish alone. the quaint old houses are still and a small Jolt thrownin
extended to the family of George urged to attend this Important The Woman's Club held a ben- period each day will be Vacation Bible School Preparation standing and are tenderly cared occasionally to keep the reader -
Schaeffer who passed away on meeting. efit luncheon and card party; at set aside for Individual directed About 6 ajn. the next morning, Day will be held] by- for by their present owners, alert. Mrs. Howard has suc-
July 22.'BOOSTERS. the Clubhouse Wednesday, July study.\ During this period, members of the Tomes family the First Baptist Church of Key- who wish to preserve them as cessfully overcome many obs-
PATRICIA SHAUGHNESSY 22, to help with expenses of the teachers with special Interestsand saw Schaeffer's Volkswagen still stone Heights starting at 9 a.m. long as possible. tacles in her difficult endeavorto
CLUB Prizes at each avocations will direct activities write a history that reads
HONORED AT SHOWERSOn club. were given parked in their yard, and a short Friday, July 31. There will be a
All Boosters Club Members July 21, a miscellaneous table and two door prizes were selected by the students, time later saw the boat, a 12- parade from the church through The story of Melrose has been like a historical novel. She occasionally -
and prospective members are shower was held at the homeof given. Winners of the door pri- giving each child an opportunity; foot fiberglass skiff floating bottom town and back to the church recorded by one of these devoted pulls the reader backto
Mrs. Cecil Harper!! In Keystone zes were Mrs. Christine Bart- to explore a variety of areas side up In about 12 feet of house. Hot dogs will be on the people. Information that the basics and from this
Club Estates with i" Mrs. lett of Melrose and Mrs. C.H. and topics outside the normal water offshore from the J.R. menu for those enrolled, and would otherwise have been lost launching pad cleverly Introduces -
Fred Cartwright and Mrs. Fran- Haberstroh of Keystone. curriculum. Chasteen home. games will be played later. forever Is now in book form. additional material. Using
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS cis Wager of Starke also host- A call was placed to the Key- Bible School for the Nursery Here It is at last, "Yesterday this interesting literary imple-
Ing the occasion. Approximately DUPLICATE BRIDGE .., stone Volunteer Fire Departmentwhich through Juniors will be held Au- In Florida" a book well worth ment, she manages to tie in

20 guests attended the shower Duplicate bridge winners last Cook and Miss Iva Hlllyer Mrs. maintains a Rescue Unit gust 3-7, from 8:30: to 11:30: waiting for, written by Mrs.Ken- many unrelated, but fascinating
Miss Shaughness was pre- week were: Mrs. R.R.P. Goodloeand Paley Boyd and Mrs.J.W.StraWllo, with diving equipment. After a- a.m., and the Intermediate Department file L. Howard, who lives at Bay facets of her story
sented a silver butter dish Mrs. E.P. Goss, 1st place View, where as a girl she en-
as ; tied for third Mrs. F.T. bout an hour and a half search by will meet In the even-
a memento of the occasion. Mrs. Phil Kromer and Mrs. Ray and Mrs.Roland; Hogue Rescue Unit and Civil Defense Ing hours from 7 to 9 p.m. Joyed the "boom days" of Mel- This literary achelvement is
Bryan 4thplace.
Becker. 2nd place: Mrs. Mary personnel, Schaeffer's body was Commencement Exercisesare rose. unique In that it relates the his-
DIRECTORYBEAUTY Miss Shaughnessy'was..also recovered by Fire Chief Ed Ben- scheduled for :Sunday Aug.9, The manuscript laid on a shelf tory of a town beginning from

honoraTata miscellaneous shower ............,......"....., '",- -. nett.and Frank.Walrath Jr. from at 7:30 pjn. for 24 years before' Dr. George nothing but a wilderness. A book
given by Mrs. A.E. Anthony -. iS dlk ;+iNo-r''o:RAOi"nC Rk-' where it was lying on the bottomin Singleton, a professor at' the' such as this-could well have

and her daughter Linda at their 1..w.w about ten feet of water,short WORK IN PROGRESSDid University; of Florida, and his been written about many small
SHOP home on July 25. Approximately News NotesBy distance from the boat. Schaffer.a you Invest In the bond wife initiated arrangements to towns In northern Florida where
15 guests attended. Miss non-swimmer, still had on his program sponsored by the Church have it published. Following a people invested vast fortunes in
KEYSTONEBEAUTY Shaughnessy was given a coffee !: Helen Egan glasses and a head-type; flash several months ago? Then drive great deal of correspondence and the citrus Industry.Some of these
service by the hostesses "red are nothing but a name on the
as a light by on Highway 100 and see how tape, the book Is finally
SHOP remembrance of the occasion. your dollars are being invested. available to the public through very old maps for they have

Schaeffer was well-known In The walls of the new structureare The Carlton Press, Inc. 84 Fifth completely disappeared.Best .
EDITH JOHNSON, Owner COMMUNITY CHURCH WOMEN will celebrate the birthday of the area for his fundraisingand head-high and still rising. Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10011.
Personal and Creative Hair Styl. DIANA ILGEN HONOREDAT The first Workshop meetingof the Founder of the Order, Robert Eye-Bank activities in behalf Completion date Is tentatively set Or your bookstore will order about the book Is the
fair Every Form of Beauty BRIDAL COFFEE the Church Women, held on Morris, with Covered Dish of the Foundation for the for late November or early Dec it for you at a cost of $4. The heart and warmth that emanates
Culture Tues.-Sat. 9-5; closed Miss Diana Ilgen was honoredat July 22, was well attended and Supper at Masonic Hall on Saturday .- Blind, sponsored by the Key- ember. first 100( copies were snatchedup from the pages of this ener-
Monday. a coffee given by Mrs. Rich- under the chairmanship of Mrs. evening August 22. A Ba- stone Heights Lion Club. He wasa within a week.A getic entreaty Into the past.Most
ard Cunningham, Mrs.E.T.Mar Thomas Norwood several Inter- zaar will be held at the same veteran of World War n hav- SERVICE SCHEDULE "
wealth of fascinating ma- certainly It is not the same old
tin, and Miss Patti Wrinkle at esting projects were started. time. Further notice as to program ing served paratrooper in the Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; terial Is presented throughoutthe seventy-two and although you
NURSERY the home of the latter Members took home to workon and committees will be 82nd Airborne Division. He Morning Worship 11
on Friday wasa ; Training book which can be considered have read many books, you will
morning, July 24 from 10 to the cut articles, while others announced later Mrs. Jo Reed, member the Keystone Union 6:30
Heights : ; Evening Worship, nothing less than a valuable con- not have read one similar to
O.C. Carnes Nursery 12. various looked through articles to magazines be made both for Worthy Matron, will be in charge. Volunteer Fire Department and 7:30: ; Prayer Meeting, Wednes- tribution. Mrs. Howard refers "Yesterday in Florida." Inter-

day, 7 p.m. to It as a story-history for It woven throughout are all the elements
In the
home and workshop.
Greeting guests at the door --Lawrence Carroll, pastor.GLASS certainly Isn't which
Thousands of plants a straight history; comprise a good
cochairman The
Mrs. Thomas Gregory, Monthly Luncheon and
Fruit Trees-Shade Trees were Mrs. Frank Ilgen, motherof served the luncheon bever- business meeting of the Fellow- Osage, Kan. They have been there nor is it a historical novel because book; love, warmth, loyalty, a
Miss and
the bride Mrs.
Ilgen, all the fun-loving humor
several months and as Mr. exist success and
and arranged for storageof ship Club will be held at the ,
L.E. Josey mother of the groom. ed. She succeeds In failure, and ultimate
ill bringing these tragedy
Masonic Tucker Sr. Is still quite ,
Camellias, &: Azaleas Assisting In caring for the materials donated during the Temple on August 13
Colorful of at 12:30 Further notice Howard and Anne will be stay- EVERY PURPOSEMirrors
Mrs. George Rich- week. scraps yarn, : p.m. as FOR -
were -
guests -
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Ing there for some time yet
ardson, Mrs. S.E. McKay, Miss materials for aprons, patchworklap to program will be announcednext
PLANT ANY TIME Gertrude Houser, Mrs. Marshall throw quilts, which Inciden- Issue by President, Mrs. For this reason we are giving you
Beautiful Roses Miss Leslie Beam Miss tally are a grateful asset In the Fern Hanson. Visitors are most their address 615 Ellinwood St..
Gallop, ,
LandscapingPhone Lynn Jordan, and Mrs. Miller Starke nursing home, accordingto welcome Members provide their Osage, Kan. 66523. FOR EVERY PURPOSI RE-ELECT
Wrinkle. a nurse whom this reporter own covered dish, table service Sympathy of the many friends
6S9-2165: talked to recently. Elderly folks and a thermos of beverage of of Mrs. George Schaeffer who SHEA'SGLASS.
Among those attending were have found the wool lap throwsa their choosing. In this way everyone has been a co-reporter for The
23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on Mrs. Thomas Bryant, grandmother useful article This reporterhas serves for the Interestand Telegraph and the one for whom CO. 0. J. Murrhee Sr.
Hwy. 100 at Florahome of the bride, and Mrs. Albert on hand a quantity; of wool, pleasure of others. this reporter wrote during their
C. Holt. so church women willing\ to cut membership in the Keystone Woman's 113.4315-172.4151 ,
1111 N.W. 4.fc how.
and piece the pieces at home, PERSONALSMrs. Club.
S. E. McKAY. REALTOR Out of town guests Included please attend the Wednesday R.H. Crowell 1 and son
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-48K Mrs. Willie C. Mick, Miss Pa- morning Workshop. Another item Peter of Hanover, N.H. spenta I I COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Appraisal Service trice Mick Mrs. Bill Barkley being needed more extensivelyIs two weeks vacation with Mrs.
The Best .IB Lakefront Miss Barbara Barkley, Mrs. a utility bag that hangs over Crowell's Peter and Mrs. RE-ELECT
and Miss Phy- the bar of a walker. Patterns David Nelson. enjoyed the
Homes, Aerea,", Rentals Theda Williams, DIST. 4 CLAY COUNTYKEEP
ASSOCIATES llss Grlffln. for these will be ready for the swimming program at Keystone

Mrs: Melba IKen 4734740Col. Miss Ilgen was given a silver making. Members unable to attend Beach and advanced from a min- Elbert D. SaundersCOUNTY
by her hostesses as regularly and would like to now to a fish. While here, the
.. bread tray
J. Che io toa 473-4679
I L J. Robinson 475-5921 a remembrance of the occasion.MaaaKi provide bias tape, embroidery family toured Silver Springs and YOUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT IN TIlE
floss, yarns and material for Marlneland before returning
these them to home last week. COMMISSIONER HANDS of a man with experience
-. -- r : : : : ::: : bags, may bring a man who has
1 t1KAYHtiOh y WNY/IASVh- IF.fAV::::::!::::S1L:::::!:A::{::ti: :
the workshop. Christmas tree Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lamb
f. trimmings are a new Innovationand and their four sons spent week's DISTRICT 2 CLAY COUNTY stood for progress, who has never hesitated to push
are made with yarn over holiday with Mrs. Lamb's -
:: TATA-WAY'k I. How To | oaoer cups etc. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Alls- for what he thought was Rood for the people, even
The house. The Lambs from I
has are
Workshop permanent
Get There! r| plan, one In which each Circle bridge Pa. Experienced though it meant taxing himself.

: will be in charge twice prior to While here, trips were madeto I
C .Y=: November 6 Bazaar On Wed Jacksonville Beach and the H
}:: nesday, July 29, Circle 1, Mrs. University of Florida at Gainesville 1. I BELIEVE in seeing that yon get full value received j
Going; in the Roy Turknett, Chairman, will but the boys preferred to Honest I
right direction l preside; Mrs. Aughtry Vance, swim and enjoy the activities at for every one of your dollars spent.

on the Circle II, will be In charge on Keystone Beach. t
right road la f. William 1 Beam, Mr and Mrs. Frank B. Dahl- tI
a CirclelIn, on August 12; hoff of Tyler, Texas and son I 2. I HAVE CONDUCTED your affairs In a pro.
'+ basic to>> get'
Mrs. John Bird, Circle IV, on Mark and daughter Kathy, spenta Efficient
ting where August 19; Mrs. Ruth Greeson week with Mrs. Dahlhofrs parents grenslve' business-like manner helping bring
you want to :;:a Mr. and Mrs. William
Circle V
August 26 Mghting-
got I IIt gales, under Mrs. James; Cook Walz of Lake Brooklyn. you a new library, new roads, new health center

Chairman September 2, and Re- The Dahlhoffs then went on
Conscientious and a planned new courthouse and jail.
your destination Is financial security: the beccas under Mrs. Ernest Mc to Pensacola where they were
wrest-way to get there fastest Is via a savings account / Lean, September 9. to meet Mrs. Dahlhofrs brother,

.in this bank. Every deposit .la another milestone 5 Most Important, Is that all Rev. Norman Walz and familyof 3. ALTHOUGH I REPRESENT DISTRICT 4, my
fa the RIGHT direction. Further speeding Circle members cooperate by Summit,N.J.,planning to spend

I yoac progress is the liberal Interest now paid on attending the Workshops as many and as possibleof bring a a Park.week The camping Rev. Walz at Fort family Pickens had If elected, will continue to serve all knowledge of all the various problems through

i I savings here. Start moving NOW 1I I sandwich and enjoy the social- ;arrived there, but one day after I the in the to the best out the county is such that I can be of serviceto
I blllty of working and employIng setting up camp, the hurricane people county
our talents which make for '< warnings were sounded, so all citizens, no matter where they live.
Christian fellowship. the campers left the area. The
KEYSTONE STATE BANKKeystone'Helghts As the Workshop had a late Texas family Mr. and Mrs.Dahl my ability
start and the Bazaar Is a month 1 hoffs went on the New Orleansto Trade I,
I earlier than former years, a 1 t visit Mr. Dahlhofrs mother. Why 'J,

Member FJXI.C. ,
I concerted effort of all members The Norman Walz family came your Vote and Support mill be appreciated!
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly j Is[ urged by the President, Mrs. Community." ]Barry Wyman, Sr, 1 Rev. Walz's parents.

]EASTERN:: STAR and Sympathy Mrs. Howard is extended to Mr. (Paid Political Adv't) Pol. Adv. paid for by O. 'J4'urrbee. fir.)
.. Tucker on the
rI Keystone Chapter 279 of OES leath of Mr. Tucker's mother at -S S- BBSBJBBBB B BJP-


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State's Shine Case The Smallest Monster In The -

World-.MacKellar; One Little

Tree: --Alemdlngen, ; The Fairy

Falls Through Here"Not Mouse Thorne--Match Are Armstrong You--Kraus Girl-- ;Andersen;The Whose Little ; ''ClASSIFIED r ADS GET RESUlTS

theJury'sverdict was one outcome of "operation Grandmother Oar And The Hermit -
was .
guilty"; of Harold walkthrough", an Illicit distfllery Coatsworth; Renfroe's
In the .
Christmas- Burch Kali And The
Yarborough hunt by combined state and local ;
and CUff -
Lester law enforcement officers Golden Mirror--Wuorlo; The
for possession of a throughout the southeast In A- Case Of The Fugitive Firebug-- -
moonshine still and apparatus Corbett Island--
described ; Smugglers
Beverage agents
mash.The prll.
and possession of wort and
Wednesday., July 8, session finding the still setting up a King :FOR SALE: (MALLARD DUCKS WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn
wound up this term of Circuit stakeout, and catching Knowles. 'the Jury were A.I. Mann, Ed-- ADD RA-3 W N'l"ED-Yard lay> Apply to HOUSE FOR RENT Lawtey 2 mo. old, $3 pair Phone 964-( Crosby Lake &Crosby Lake
.M !el. tfchg
Yarbrough and W.L. Griffls atthe CLASSIFIED Rena () (phone 782-3687. ''Up
June 24. mond Ossle Cla- 5M3. tf
Court, begun Griffis pleaded guilty Johnson I Inlet. Ideal For Mobil Borne.
The trial of Terry Boatwright scene. In June and Is rence R. Scoggins Margaret L. Minimum Charge .... .1.75 FOR SALE-1957 Chevy Pickup :: FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished Summer Cottage Or Year"
the charge &
to FOR SALE: 1 set Bush Bog
was continued, since a key witness awaiting; sentence. Prevatt and Curtis T. Lee. (Covers,15 words) real wood shape als>wring :! hoase.Large lot 610 Col- Disc one 6ft. Orate Blade. Round Living'
was unable to be present. Witnesses for the state Included Additional actions of the courton er washer almost new. Phone ley Road. Be ready by 1st of : hitch. $90 All Lots Ready To Go-Cleared
ft also had been scheduled for beverage agents Bob Miller July 8, In clearing the Each word over 15-7o 73 687. ltpT month Phone! Bob Lewis, 964- Both Nathan with H. 3-polnt Starling, 782-3896. Graded & Leveled.
trial of calendar Included the arraignment
Wedpesday. Thursday's and Larry K. Brown of Jackson- 50c Extra Charge If not 5453. tfchg Priced Prom $995.00. Flow
of .Isidro Hernandz who 60 ft. New Moon Trailer3 2tp 7-30
Lee Britt, charged forgeryand _
ville, John Dempsey and Glenn paid la advance clrtg Available, Call 964-7701.
uttering a;forgery, was fore- Sher- pleaded guilty; to carrying a con- bedroom \Vi /Ibwlh', extended' LEGAL FORMS. Brad.
stalled late Wednesday when Moore of Bradford County Lee; Quinn cealed weapon. He was senten- CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 17 ft. living room. Furniture.Qentral ford County Telegraph. Ph. For sale-1964 ford, Galaxie FOR RENT-Slimmer cottage
Britt pleaded no contest, and< iff Department, Joseph Mack ced a fine of $500, but given Air. conditioning! and 964-6303. 500, 4 door sedan. power Klngaley Late new duplex.
was adjudged guilty. He was sen- and Jewel Manning Quinn. credit of $250 for the time he $1.50 Per Inch heating. See to appreciate. Steering and .brakes air con Call Merritt Williams- 964-5391

tenced to one year on each Futch was state's assisted had already spent in Jail. lIe Memorials Resolutions $3,200. Phono 473-4051 or 964- For' Sale3 ''bect."OJOmIS! > big ditioned! <'will finance if necessary. office: or 964-7783 home.

count, to run concurrently with Elzle by Sanders Eugene was attorney for was released on his own recog- Proclamations, etc -7c word 7582. Itp :Florida room, hardwood' it ttla: 9645390. 2tchg 7-30 tfohg
the sentence he Is now serving nizance for 90 days to raise
floors lots of
and W.L. Grit tie ( storage space. Bedford
the defense :FOR SALE Lake
at Ralford. money for the fine. CARDS OF TIIANKS Low, Low Down payment, A. J. HOUSE: PAINTING Interior
defense witness. On Manual
was the one TYPEWRITERS: : or Keystone Heights 100' frontage
The Knowles-Yarbrough trial Two nolle pros--or "no pro- .. .....
secutin"--were entered: In the SO words or less 3.00 Electric. For sale or rent. Thomas Realtor. 9645701. ift wtraller and. Fla. room. Exterior. Kool seal mobile
Each word over -7o Bradford County Telegraph. Deep well S. tank. dock. Appraised homes. Hourly or contract.
.....................A.................* case of Jessie W. Nelson, for COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cottage value $8750. Contact First class workmanship con
forgery and uttering a forgery; parents 'wanted. Some
i. FOR RENT: TV sets, baby: tact Lonnie Roberts Ralford'! ,
and the second Donald Drlgpers.' Lake Butleror
charge against
Owen Joist Company of Florida John Perkins that of transportation FUR SALE-1968 ford with 390 beds elec. guitars, amplUlerl.refrigerators DAHMER'S. Salary Married" ( starts couples$347 and:per 'woman.month phone 496-3328. 2tchg! 816LOSTMile Fla.431-1126 Mon.nights: Thur.and; Fri' we'ksvbg 7 a.m
: day or -
of moonshine. Perkins was v-8 good shape $1,800 $500
J or 9647923. tfeh.WATSON'S per person. 5 day week 8 hour Walker. hound. Re to 5 p. m. 431-1126 night and
found of another of
guilty; charge and take payment. Phone 964- day. Promotional opportunities
ward. If found notify Jerry weekends 421-1768. 4tp 8-6
possession of moonshine. 5087 and leave phone No. or ad
State Retirement sick leave
NEEDSDR.FJ' | Judge John J. Crews presided Gclger, Rt. 2, Box 192-A,
: during the entire term of dress. TP vacation: etc Please apply In gtarke. Phone 964-6902. Up FOR NOLLMAN'S rental property
person only .Personnel Office, In Starke sea Mrs CarrieWard.
PENS. Ball Point Refills
i TRAINEE High School graduate court. House of Vacuum Bt-nland Center GaCncsvJtto: :FOR RENT-3 bedroom brick
MAN ;i.; tea, Bradford County Tele : ; 419 N Cherry St. tfchg
: preferably with some mechanical drawing and havecompleted ; ; Fla. An equal opportunity employer cottage W. Call St. Phone 964-
graph. (Many brands of sew: vacuum
EDMONDSON ttehg: 6491 or 9647753._Up For Rent-Small furnished alf
military $39.00 'up. Used machines from conditioned house desirable
810, Expert Repairs all makes. FOR SALE-1963 Buick 4 dl:.
5 APPLY TO Landclearing Training $2.40 hr. to start: LOST OR STOLEN-Premier location suitable for couple
training daytime for night Baits and Accessories: for all Reverberator.. REWARD for re- sedan. Very clean. Cash. individual M. A. Payne 964-
*. BULLDOZING vacuums. Built In Central vacuum turn. The Gospel Massengera.' Green Buick Co. Phone 964J491. 6560 TFC.
OWEN JOIST OF FLORIDA shift.' Able to, read write! and < Up
*I MOWING do elementary math. All Com cleaning systems. 712 N. CALL 964-7337 or Writ P.O.
S LINCOLN CITY ROAD Main Gainesville 376-7110 Box:> 538, Stake, TFC NEW!
TRACTOR WORK pan benefits Apply Southern FISH POND and acre land.
STARKE FLORIDA Mobile Homes for rent. "Shady
Wood Preserving Co., Baldwin. FAYE'S: FABRICS First qualIty Side, unable: to mairJtaln. Edgar
=*........................................< Fill Dirt and Fla. 8 a.m. to( 4 p.m. lIIchi dress, drapery, upholstery Burrell, Rt. 2, Box 16-D. Oaks Trailer Park." Relax
JIMMY MOORE'SSUN swim, fish, or ski and aim be
Lime Rock Starke. Itp
material. Notions chenille: bed-
wwwI on 301. Entrance near Fire-
Qualified Operator spreads, tapestries.! Also seconds SPORTS
WANTED NIGHT CLERK tower. About 6 miles south of

Announcing Phone 964-7705 SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic* card,,and:mill Master ends.Charge.BankAmerl-Open MOORE\ BOAT FOR Man or woman; 11 p.m. to 7 Starke. Phone 9645033. Up
Apply In No phone
Starke, FloridaNOTICE Letters all sizes, colors. Perm- Monday 10-7: Tues. through YOUR MONEY a.m.calls. Holiday person.Inn Starke. FOR RENT-2 bedroom attrOC*

THE OPENING OFRoper's anent for use on wood, glass Sat.. 9-7; Sunday 16. Hwy. 301 lthg live furnished apt. Call 964-
plastic paper metal leather Itt ml. north of Waldo tfchg Starke Ph..96 ::5791. 7831. Itchg
ANYTHING 1 Bradford CountyTelegraph.

House Of UpholsteryWE tf Smith Plumbingand Tern': Drive Outboard Service and at: 25t SALE ON house FOR RENT-Small available August! furnished 1st. 749

Starke and Keystone Southern Marine! (Repair. Complete Fiber- N. Thompson. St., Starke. 964-

DO ALL TYPES OF Heights area Customers Moved To GainesvilleNew Supply glass Repair. Custom- SED CLOTHINGMany 7444.. or 9645070. lip

Hastings Mattressand NafneGainesville built Fiberglass Fishing, ;

Upholstery MarineLYNN Phone 964.6023 SEWING MACHINE Cleaned,
HAMILTON MGR. For Only oiled and adjusted In your

ESTIMATES 710 St. Johns Ave.PAI.ATKA Johnson Motors Cobra Boat Contracting and RepairsPlumblnl' home $5.00. Vacuum cleaner
repairs also. All work guarante.d. .
Marine' Supplies Fixtures I FAITH BARGAIN Dennis E. Oxgglne, Phone

Pick-up and Delivery Anywhere within Is Open AgainFURNITURE 1030 E. University Ave.Galn.esville Water Healers MARY 411-1428. tfoh*

25mi. Radius Water Pumps STORE

FOR SALE-4 CI lots 414 N.
PHONE 964.8350 Repaired Refinished CARTER 128 N. Court St. Water St.' tfchg
ReupholsteredNEW SEARSHas FOR RENT2 air conditioned (
cottages Kinglesy Lake -
416 EAST CALL ST. MATTRESSESFREE Call at night Ph S33-2366 ........
Everthing PAINTS

Call Collect 328-2144 REDUCE SAi-... and< Fast with ExperiencedSewing BRADFORDSEPTIC
STARKEPhone GoBese Tablets end! E-Vap NEW ITEMS- TANK
"Water Pills" Andrews Pharmacy Machine
------------------ -- -- --- 964-6813 COMPANY
rI 6tp 8-6 WALL PAPER
I II Operators
I DID YOU KNOW It's easy town Unpainted, Furniture. Owned & Operated By
II t tI a Longchamp HomaJ
I IF WE DON'T HAVE IT Better built for Florida living Wood Graining Kit 1.* Single Needle DON NEWMANS and

we'll get U forIIU.. Office Your plans or ours. Your MICHAEL. DOBBS.
I Supplies Furniture, Equip" lot or ours. Contact Buford E-80 Paint Remover Safety Stitch

I 1 DID YOU KNOW? ment.Telegraph.- Bradford C"outtJ.> pox Mitchell: 238 Starke phone 964-t 853. P.tfchg O. 102 EAST BROWNLEE Double Needle INSTALLATIONREPAIRING

STREET $1.80 Per Hour
Homes and Acreage Buyers PUMPS PUMPING

I Waiting. Strout Realty. Rex. __ NEW AND USED __ and .
IT Broker 2117 N Temple Ave. up
Ph 964-6609 Starke. Fla. Phone 964-6647
& Shallow Wells For Willing Workers
I I II For all your Real Estate Water Softeners & Filters PAPER, Mlmeo Paper Bond Starke, Fla.WANTED. tfc

Needs Buy Sell Ex Expert: Service On Paper Notebook Fillers -

I For Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fictitious change Appraisals. Ex. All Makes Bradford County Telegraph. Apply in person only,
pert Advice on aU Real .
Plumbing Service
Estate, Problems Call 8:00 A.M. to 4:00.: P.M.
Name Unless The Name Is Registered I II BILL POWELL Phone 964.7061 VETINARY INJECTARLES

I II Reg. Real Estate Broker DURRANCE PUMP Tetanus Toxoid I Mon. thru Fri.
I Phone 961-6464 AND SUPPLY CO. Sleeping Sickness
Distemper(. Hepatitis.Leptc.

I Read :Jhi :JloriJa claw. .. jI j Starke Plaza AUTO REDUCED INSURANCEAT FIRE. BOAT RATES ANDREWS Comblotio DRUGS I 11 Vogue Mfg. Co. 25-75 Grade Cases B


AGENCY FOR DENT12' wide 2 Starke, Fla.
filler bedroom !- EGGSALL
I Brown
1 "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein to engage trailer' outside. j city
I limits. J. B. Whi e, !J4-6114..
in business as herein define' !, under a fictitious name as herein defined, with. BAIRDMobile
out and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the clerk of the dr@1IIIIIIl'TOVolkswagen!! !! Homes we'll ret It for you. Office OR PARTPAYING

Supplies, Furniture, Equip. TOP
circuit court of the county where the principal place of business is, which NEW and USED BARRETTWater ment. Bradford County PRICEContact

registration shall consist of filing. with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signedby 8-10-12 Wide Telegraph.
New .. Used 1(1) GalnesvlllaGood .
all Interested persons, stating under oath the name of all those interested 8a1ea Service Quality and Pump Co. JimmyBox

in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest of each and the fictitious Reasonably Priced ADDING MACHINES Ma*. 214
1 MI. North of TIre MallGAINESVILLE Gainesville 378-2785 130 Court Street gal or electric. For sale or Starke, Fla.
'name under which said business is carried on. Said registration may not be Serviced Guaranteed- and Phone 964-5832 rent. Add subtract/ credit bal-

rrnrda until the person or persons desiring to engage in business under a Delivered In Starke Area
fictitious name shall have advertised his or their. intention to register said NO EXTRA COST &- - -- -
Four Miles Out US 441 N. 4SOt NW IJtbGalnesvllla
fictitious name at least once'a week for four ((4)) consecutive weeks in some I Raiford Road n8- 7SS Conditionersand
newspaper liS defined by law in the county where said registration is to be WELL DRILLING
Large Living Room
I made and said registration shall not be accepted by the clerk of the circuit Paneled Family Room FOR SALE!: Concrete blockhouse : Sales and Rentals
Many Many Extras : S bedroom 1 bath, cen-
I court except upon receiving proof of such publication." Only $18,850 tral heat air-conditioning. Cor. Repair Department IN TANT READER

I BILL POWELL, BROKER net lot. Phone 964-8367. tfchg 24 Hour Service PN.u
II I 864-6464 964-6811 0* HE
I If You Are .ngaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than II POSTED SIGNS: Treated to
withstand! weather- .
I each FOR RENT-Mountain( Cottage,
I $2.25 doz. Special price on larger
Your Own, And Have Not Had This Name Properly AdvertisedAnd I CARL BEGGS quantities.! Bradford County available completely lurnlahed. Weeks c
July. August! and
I Gulf Service Telegraph.1 /( September.! R. E. Edmondson.

We Will Give You All Information USED PARTS Star
I Registered, Necessary WANTED: Used Wringer-Waata Route Box 32, Black

I er. Win pay cash or" take la Mountain N. C. 287U. Phone
1 Top Prices for Wrecked Car, ((704)) 669-6861.<<
As To What You Should Do. I II 24 Hour Wrecker Service trade on anything. DAHMZR'fl.: tfchg
OT4-7823. U-c&g
Fuel Oil
Vied Can WILL BUY: Used Appliances! George E. LaRue LET

Furniture, TV's, stereos, any- INSURANCE AGENCY
I Hwy. 301/) N. Waldo
of vtUM.
thing DAHMTR'S.: Auto .
I 4(81998National Fire Homeowner'

1 AMANA 7-foot chest freezers !LIFE & ACCIDENT
BRADFORD c 0 4'! I that. carry a. 5-year warrantyfor
Heights 47S-40B
kTrrtrrapb labor and parts for only WORK FOR YOU
Sewing $149.93 at DAHMER'S. tfchg

Machine Co. 6 CuiMo :Foot ''walnut 'Delmoiilco $6.98 8 trade tapes for sate
: Freezer like new. tot $3.98 or $3.50l1th a /trade The 'Bradford County Tele>
I Largest selections from which i Holds 210 lbs. Nearly! half price In at DAIW R'S Discount

I to choose. Pfaff. Necchl Nelco,,, at DAHMER'S Discount) House. Rouse. tfchg:
New Home. & Universal. tfchg
I I This Ad Worth $3.00 On AnyPurchase 4 and 8 Track Stereo Tape
CROOM AND CLIP :your Food. Players for cars for sale only
I or Repairs lea. $3.00. Call Kathy (Myers. $49.93 at DAHMER'S Discount tlapl.'k
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xml record header identifier 2008-10-20setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Bradford County telegraph.dc:subject Newspapers. -- Starke (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Bradford County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher L.C. Webb,dc:date August 1, 1985dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)579551 (ALEPH)sn 95047406 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- StarkeUnited States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida