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Bradford County telegraph
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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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ij.. Vol. 92 STAUKE. FLOUIDA 15c g'1 $823,809Zoning

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Holding the line on tax

es the Bradford County

CodeIs Commission:; approved an

Council i $823,809 budget for 1Q70-

ftk 71 last Thursday night,

Revises : ; Jib I Ir Now LawBradford's July Ralph pushed$27,417 30,in by Commissioner adjustments approving

Standby t ,." It long-sought zoning/ the Commission culminated three Thus, both the County Commis-

code became law Monday after years of work toward establish- sion at 8.307 mills and the School
noon, Aug. 3, upon unanimous approval ment of a zoning code. Work Board at 10.8 mills have kept
SalariesRevising a&j by the County Commis- had bogged down until Torode advalorem taxes at their 1969

sion. took over. level of 19.107 mills, or $19.31
Effective immediately,the zon- The zoning code was established per each thousand dollars of assessed -
Its pay policy for ing code basically sets up five
In 69-70
under act of the evaluation.
standby duty and listening department zoning districts and spells out
Florida Legislature passed In county millage went up 1.629
heads relaying salary 1 f the type of buildings that can
complaints took up most of the yh be placed in certain districts.It 1966. It affects no Incorporatedcities mills to its present level.

M/2-hour City Council meet- also established lot sizes, or any projects under way Ending a series of special bud

ing Tuesday night"Department setback from roads for building, prior to adoption of the code get meetings, the Commission
"+w. JI a minimum sanitation standards, Director Long pointed out a- quickly adopted the balanced bud-

heads George and minimum amount of buildIngs i IContlnucd on Page Four) get proposed by Bryan. Motion
Graudons, power plant; Bob Patterson that will be permitted In a to adopt came from Commis-
has department, and S.R. r/( I given zone sioner Buck Norman and was

Hicks, street and garbage, To the public the new zoning seconded by Bryan. Commis-
asked that employees on stand iz e code means that a building per- sioners had been unsuccessfulin
by duty be paid for eight hours mit will have to be obtained before earlier sessions to cut expenditures -

duty plus overtime for hours construction is begun or an .

actually worked. addition is made to an existing .. Commissioner Dave Shuford
The request was passed unanimously structure. Generally, a new roofor questioned the soundness of increasing -
on a motion by Councilman a minor alterations will not "' anticipated receipts and
Nell Tucker. Departmentheads f;. ,.I" <
require a building permit. .. 1. ;;rJ :,-; using building money for operations -
were asked to have their Practically, the new zoning but Bryan maintained his
men log their time on the radio Board of Adjustment, appointed "w : j realistic.

when on standby. They told }JJ\ aternielon, Break At Head StartThe Monday by the County Commis- ,_ .i adjustments"Even It I'm are wrong on every
the council that policy is already sion, Is not yet organized. Nei- 0'// Mf::}'}. count, we'll still come out $11.-

In effect. ther does newly appointed Zon- J\ ;' ooo In the black, he stated.

The Council also agreed that 190 youngsters in the 1970( Head Start Sum. run !around or even make much noise. ing Director Gene Long have .) Bryan referred to the five per
an employee on standby duty with forms available for building per Yl'lg'gy cushion that the county has
mer program knew what to do the Watermelon cent
should receive at least hours
one The project was headed by the Junior Women's mits. in by state law
to reserve
pay If called out even if the they were treated to by the Starke Junior 11'oman'sChili First action under the zoning '
Education Committee headed by Mrs. Joyce: Clericuzio. A for just such emergencies.Going .
job takes less than an hour. : laxtFriday.Most: ; code is for the new board of session

Prior to Tuesday night the of them were quietly going about the busi Watermelons were contributed by Joe Starling's Fruit adjustment to organize and establish ; .568 mills into out Thursday's of balance, Bryan
standby duty policy was to pay Market. Dowlinjj's Fruit Market, and Winn-Dixie The
ness of disposing! of the watermelon too busy to building permit fees. quickly presented his balanced
an employee for eight hours whether -
zoning director planned a tripto spending bill. His major adjustments
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called out or not, but they Clay County yesterday after- increasing anticipated receipts -
had to work over the eight hoursto noon or this morning to obtain ; f the clerk's office by
be paid for more than that. forms to have and o
sample printed
3rd Phase $4,000 the fine and forfeiturefund
Now they get eight hours pay to obtain information
or permit transfer-
by $3,500, and by
plus any time worked. BHS rates.
Department heads pointed out -Tech Building Appointed to the five member ring operations.$12,000 from capital. outlayto

that employees are on standby YO board ofad.lustmenUor five years It looks like a pig, but "The courthouse is bullt"Bry-

duty a week at a time.,Coun- are Ed Wainwright, Rex Smith actually its a small Irish an stated when it was questioned

cil members agreed that week'stime DrawIngs and John To rode. Appointed for potato grown in the backyard whether the building funds couldbe
spent near a telephone Is two years are Jerome Johns
worth eight hours pay. Plans Submitted and Art Kieffer, and Long was of Mrs. Ronald Good, transferred to operation.commissioner
The freshman
Other salary complaints were Unveiled named zoning director. man who lives on SR.1G
Is accountant also
an ,
also voiced to the Council. Power Kieffer, who lives on Lake east of Starke.
anticipated expenditures by
Plant Supt. George Graudons Plans for a 10-classrc<;m BUS Walkways, 8 1/2 feet wide, used for the present Geneva In the Keystone Heights Mrs Goodman said she 6819. Biggest cut hemadefromthe

said his with operators their $88 are dissatisfied week- Preliminary plans for two more language arts building costing an surround the building on the recommendation furnishings, landscaping, area Is the only member of the planted one potato which salaries of the Road and
per Vo Tech buildings were shownto estimated <14,000' will be sub- C new board who has not servedon
when a secretary with the city School of Principal Ralph parking, or costs of razing produced: a lot of small Bridge budgetwherehe suggested
the Bradford County the board
mitted to Tallahassee for ap- Diggs and his staff, to avoid building are not Included In the county zoning appointed getting $5,050 by not replacingone
only a can make $84. odd.shaped like
second Kit potatoes
year Board residents
morning, Nov. 6
Tuesday 1968.
proval, Bradford County School congestion In Inside hallways between estimate Morgan said. But this man that resigned.The .
Chairman Jimmy McRae assured and third in priority for the have Indicated avid InterestIn the above.Blacks
an one .
Graudons that point will Board decided Tuesday morning. classes. Extra overhangroof year's budget Includes $10,000for spending bill was approvedlast
be "looked at closely" when total Vo-Tech Middle School educational Architect Don Morgan showedthe to cover walkways would furnishings, Supt. Tom Casey the new zoning regulations, Thursday with the provisionthat
which resulted in Kleffer's
park. board plans for the 93 x 123 cost about $15,000 Morgan said. noted appointment it must come balanced when
the 1970-71 is
budget prepared.The is for
Council asked that First priority building foot building, to be constructed The total estimate was basedon Extra restroom facilities are chair- Ask checked by Clerk Inman Green. i
department adult education classrooms food TOrode for Instance,
heads south of the present BIIS "C" recent bids of a comparable Included In a 20 x 33 foot build- and The clerk said Monday morningit
have their budget the committee
second building maned zoning
and home
eCI; building across Adkins Street building in Clay county, which ing to the north, separated by a balanced and no further action
requests submitted to Clerk Mer- Is for building trades pushed the code to completion in To Work
from the Catholic Church. Includes $10 an hour for all walkway.Not was taken, except to set a final
Edwards by the Aug.I8meet. action
and horticulture;and third, electronic the past year. Monday's by
Given a $180,000 figure noted. at 8:30
plumbers, Morgan special meeting : p.m.
ing. Clerk Edwards said he would __
dataprocessing.State --------- ---- u
asked to draw plans, Morgannow Aug. 14 for
On Poles Friday, a public
try to have the 10-month budget
officials have already okayed estimatedthecostat$214,000 Departmental office area and
hearing on budget.
report ready within the next two for the in building
preliminary plans resource center the new -
figure when asked to draw plans, Total receipts,Including trans
weeks. The clerk cannot preparea about $15 a square foot. will be temporary used for No ObjectionsMade Election pole workers are being fers, of the new General Fund
new budget, however, until (Continued on Page Four) BIIS administration and library Bradford
sought now by are expected to be $456,538 the
the department heads submit
In the
the next
space until phase
County Commission and tho board Road and Bridge Fund Is now
their requests. total building plan Is constructedThis indicated it will use black work- to $205,918 and shows of the
In other action, the council: unit is to
building To New ers if any can be found. largest real Increases in the
-Ordered all spare police department two story brick "C" building -
City EqualsFirm budget, and the Fine and For-
weapons to be kept in dating back to 1914, where Commissioner Buck Norman feiture Fund totals 135260.I
the vault in the clerk's Office 10 classrooms on the second reported that he had been Invited -
In addition the Includes
until place In and administrative to a meeting last week in budget
a more secure floor are now use, -
can be ulh In the police office.! offices on the first Sanitation Lawafter which members of the black com- $26,092 for services provided by

The' motion was made by Councilman PowerFor floor.If munity and the Bradford Cham- the county health department.The
new budget additionally
Bowen. ber of Commerce participated.
Jimmy plans are okayed, Morgan Includes five per cent cost-of-
hoped in three weeks by state a soul was present to object being advertised for 15 said
-Was told by Councilman P.T, He was asked, Norman llvlng pay Increases totaling
Noun that the committee to con- the first time Tuesday installed and has to be run 200 education officials working draw- to Bradford's proposed sani- days to employ Negroes as pole work- around 15000.
sider utility department head applications afternoon the Starke power plant hours before its foundation can tags can be submitted to theboard's tation ordinance Monday at a The board attempted to set ers. The commissioner said he The Road and Bridge Fund Increase -
has not met becausea equaled its firm capacity some- be regrouted to eliminate vibration next meeting. public hearing held by the County final action on the county's second replied he would be glad to con- comes almost wholly from
chairman had not been named. thing that former Utility Superin- The Number 5 unit is not Construction would be planned Commission.The ordinance earlier, but the sider black applicants In his the raises and the new equipment
tendent Oscar Davis had repeatedly used now except when necessary for occupancy for the fall "chicken" or "fly"ordin- Aug. 17 mid-month meeting would district, but said he told the purchased by the county. Pur-
(Continued on Page Four told the City Councilwas because of a vibration problem semester 1971, and the C building ance, as it Is commonly termed not allow time for the measureto group he coundn't speak for the chase of new equipment for the

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;; classes are, would still be by the Board on September 14 decided not to have a first-of-
1jf : 11 Power plant usage peaked at Right now, If two of Superior Other $45,000.The .
the-month In board members echoed
5,650 kilowatts Tuesday after- units were down at the same time, meeting September budget is up about $60-
;1; \ ,'): } noon between 3:30: and 4 p.m., the power plant would be In a because of the Labor Day week- Norman, Indicating they will con 000 from the 1969-70 spending

ff m1 Plant Supt George Graudons told strain to maintain a 5,400 KW end.Apparently sider qualified black applicantsas bill which totaled $740,622.
1;: _Onn.Jtte: ; the City Council that night. Thecity's demand load, Graudons pointedout. Land Fill SoughtIn satisfied with the pole workers In direct per- Bryan announced that he had
sanitation measure, the commission centage with the number of black
firm capacity is spent several sleepless nights
5,640 KW. power On recommendation of the city took little time with it Mon- voters In each precinct"The worrying over balancing the new

What that means is that if bond trustees, who oversee the Sampson AreaContainer day before approving it unani- board also noted that it budget. Commissioner Buck Norman -

I .0.1 the largest generator In the plant operation of the power plant, mously on a motion by Com- is mandatory that at least one terming the time spent on
the 1,750 I KW Worthington engine, the city Initiated moves secure missioner Dave Shuford. The Republican Party member be the new budget hard on his rollicking -
would break down with power additional power, That recom- Corp. of Americaand the county. The board Is anxiousto proposal has been examined by used on each poling place since also admitted to staying
usage at that level the plant mendation, unanimously made by the Bradford County Com- establish a sanitary land fill poultry and cattleman's groups there now is Republican primaryin up late over the budget

I..' .... would barely enough capacity to the bond trustees, was made in mission will work together to in the area to prevent a recurrence and approved by both. The board Bradford County. Justifying Increasing income
:::: :::: supply the demand. should the June 1969 when the power demand find a site for a sanitary landfill of voluntary dumps the Incorporated several changes in figures, Bryan said he had checked -
demand climb any higher than exceeded 5,000 KW. In the Sampson Lake area. which are unsanitary.In proposal at the request of over the past several years
.1 Tuesday afternoon It will mean Meanwhile the city council has other action: in the past week those groups: and Income Invariably exceededthe
the plant cannot meet the city's investigated an additional bond Commissioner Buck Norman the Commission: J 1)) The word"commercial"was City VotingScene amounts budgeted.He .
1:;, LAST DAY ;g;; needs with the Worthington down. issue recommended for 1970 by reported Monday he has beenin --Was told by Sanitarian Tra- struck from the proposed law, also pointed out that Container -
touch with Bob Lakewood of wick that he is still applying it to all livestock operations Corp. of America
!I ForREGISTRATION g Graudons said Tuesday night city engineers Reynolds, Smith, one man owes
v ; the plant's total capacity is 7,390 and Hills of Jacksonville. Container "They're just as short on the Mosquito Control Quiet the county $20,000 In back taxes,
| | Interested we in getting a 2)) Cut the mowing area around
KW with all seven engines operat- In June the council authorizedits Unit but will employ a third man but Chairman Zedra Hamilton
::: To Vote In :&::: ing. A peak of about 7,500 KW fiscal agent Harvey I. Henan Sampson area land fill, Norman to operate large equipment. chicken houses from 200 feet pointed that the 1968 and 1969
could be reached and held for said. --Refunded $9.01 to Robert to 20 feet All Is quiet on the city election timber suits are still 'in llti-
: Sept. Primaries 1|; & Co., to prepare a $750,000bond
:: about an hour, Graudons says, "They know what's going to Scott because he had purchaseda 3)) Clarified that manure stored front with qualifying set to end galon.
: issue with the Intent to
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| SATURDAYAUGUST t: but the old Fairbanks overheats a 3,000 generator Reluc-purchase happen." By that Norman ap- tax certificate on a parcel that for later use must not be exposed at noon Tuesday, August 18,
:; parently meant that areas the to the weather Nn new candidates have enteredthe
had been double
after that and has to be shut
| 8 1| down. issue tant ,to the enter council yet another told Henanto bond county cannot maintain will be --Was praised:l by Herb Thomasfor 4)) Limited authority for inspections Starke voting scene since Thieves HitPinehurst
used for dumping grounds. He of livestock operationsto Titus Olson last
qualified weekto
:|: :j::| The old Fairbanks rated at not put the bonds up for sale having hycianths removed
It: : The office of Supervisor:ijij:::' 740 KW, has to be operated at until the Council gives the go- said Container doesn't want from across SR-100 south of the county sanitation officer. oppose incumbent Nell Tuckerfor Gro.
that anymore than the Commis- Those have been the only changes the Group 3 city council seat
KW Starke. Thomas said he will
640 to it steadIly
: keep going -
Henan is still
: of Elections will be j-ji:: ahead. apparently
: open ::
Graudons also pointed out sion. continue to keep the hycianths made In the proposed sanitation That is the only race in the Thieves broke Into the Pine-
8:;: all day from 9 a.m. tog:;::1 In the process of preparing the Jack Trawick said law
f that at present fuel oil rates bonds. Sanitarian cleaned from his developmentin prepared by County city so far Incumbent Orie Wig hurst Grocery Monday night and
:::: 5 p.m. :;::,: the city loses money when the In a move on :May 19 to secure most land In the Sampson is low the future since no more of Attorney Theron Yawn gins is asking re-election to his took a large quantity of cigarettes Fairbanks in operation.The the Council votedto The county will have to accept the flowers would be coming Purpose of the proposed ord- Group 1 seat but the veteran and beer and various quantities
II!! II city's power capacity is more seek power a 1,500, KW emergency that fact in searching for a suit- down the creek on him. Thomas dlnance is ". .to establish councilman so far has no op of other Items.
able /Norman:
area, he added. agreed minimum standards of sanitationand
made up of the new 1,750 KW tie-In with Florida Power & also congratulated Road Fore- position. According to the Starke Police
f t ommunitjtatt Trawick said he would coordi- rodents in feed lots, barns build-
11 year-old 1,000 KW Superior is apparently in the process of Noegel has qualified for the minute market was pried open
.... generators, and the old I-air- being installed, but there has beenno nate the effort between Containerand --Scheduled on Aug 21 tripto Ings, and kennels in which ani- Group 5 seatnow held by Councilman with a bar. The store U locatedon
1; .. ant'A banks. word yet as to when the emer- finding a site state health Sanford to see a brake testIng mals are bred, raised "housed, Tom NoUn who says he will SR-100 across from South-
? Graudons says the five sup- power will be available. authorities will approve.A machine. The one used at or maintained for use. not run for re-election. side Elementary Schools.
:;: -..... 1; parlor engines are all In operatIng FPL stressed to the city that large dump at the Sampson the motor vehicle Inspection was Brought about largely by sanitation City registration books closeat Investigating officers are
::::: ......=aMw :y: condition now. The Number this source will be Lake cut-off on SR-100 was recently problems posed by the 5 p.m. August 24 for the Patrolmen Pat Henry and Glen
-c- only emer-
:,::}:,:,::;:,:,:,;,;.;".;';o-,,'''':';':''''''':'''': :'''':''''''.:....:.:: 2 unit has Just had new bearings gency power. cleaned up and closed by ( Cont'1 en P <'.6)) (Continued on Page Four) Sept. 8 primary. Sapp.

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Sheryl. .ynn Ward Bridal Shower Circle Honors PattersonBattenMiss FIRST UNITED METHODIST

Weds Mr. JacksonIn For Mis3HarrelV. Mrs. Hernwall Louise Batten, daughterof STARKE Sunday School. 9:45; Morning
Home Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bat- Worship 11; Junior and Senior
1c.I1'itz1tyi" Circle 2 of the First United
Ir. : ; aMiss ten, and James Patterson were MYF groups, 8 p.m.
Methodist Church gave a sur- Wednesday Prayer Meeting
16, In
married Thursday, July
Friday, July 24, at 7 last Fri-
p.m. Gloria Harrell bride- prise birthday party; T.A. 7:30.
Miss Sheryl Lynn Ward, daugh- elect of Harry M. Hatcher m, day afternoon honoring Mrs. C. Yawn.the office of County Judge 'Thursday--Cancel Choir Rehearsal -
ter of Mr. and Mrs. William was complimented at a bridal E. Hernwall at her home on W. Mr. Patterson Is the son of 7:30.:
Robert Ward, became the brideof Call Street.
shower last Thursday night given Mr. and Mrs. James L. Patterson
Roy Wade Jackson, son of by Mrs. Ernest Hood, Mrs. Refreshments and a social hour of Tyler, Texas, former _DeWltt T. Farabee Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther' Jackson.Rev. Guy, Gay and Mrs. Lynwood Hood were enjoyed by the members. and Pastor
residents of the Hampton
.: Mooty: Phone 964-7608
Gerald Crawford performed Mrs. Hernwall was given the
!'t the Moultrie Recreation\ Department Raiford The couple Is
the nuptials at the home of In.Moultrle, Ga. book, "Wings of Silver." from areas. TYPEWRITERS: Manual or
Society Editor residing In Starke, while Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Pa- Games were played during the the group as a memento of the Patterson Is employed at the Electric. For sale or rent. -
tray, 1034 Southgate Drive, evening and prizes were won by occasion. State Prison. Bradford County Telegraph.
brother-in-law and of the
Mrs. H.M. Hatcher Jr. and Mrs. ------
bride. Max Gay. Kevin Privett Itt.a---------- ----- 1
Arrangements of carnations
pompoms, gladioli and greenery, ered The with refreshment a white lace table cloth was cov-over Birthday PartyMrs. Elect 1I I
were used in decorating. I .
pink linen and centered with an
The bride, given In marriageby CorbinLeeMrs. arrangement of white and red George Privett gave a
her father, wore a shell cro- dahlias. A garland of tiny pink birthday party; recently for her I
chet over taffeta street length Dolly Corbin announcesthe son Kevin,, on his third anniver

dress with satin collar. With daughter approaching Dotty,.marriage to Carlton of Lee her, roses The encircled hostesses the presented punch bowl.the sary. Julian E. I II
this she wore an orchid cor- The birthday theme was car- I Lt
honoree with a dinner plate and
son of Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Lee.
sage with velvet leaves and rib- ried out In the decorations and

bon.George Seeley attended his bro Monday The wedding, Aug. 17 will, at take the place homeof cup china and pattern saucer and to a her corsage chosen as the representing birthday cake"man's was first decorated
moonwalk I IJ
a memento of the occasion. I MCRAECandidate
Rev. R.L. Lee. "
!1rrir ther as best man. The 30 guests attending included I !
her sis- Those Kevin
Mrs. Patray served' Mrs. J.M. Harrell and helping enjoy the
of honor In a affair Stacy and Lynn Bowenof
ter as matron Miss Joyce Allen Miss Noma Harrell. mother and were I II
pale blue silk street length dress sister of the bride-elect, and Starke, Doug and Darlene Eu- J For
r r ,../ 3 with matching accessories, and a Weds Mr. JohnsIn Mrs. H.M.Hatcher Jr.and daughter nice, Chuckle Ross of RaIford, : L :
carnation corsage.A and Rick, Kim and Marla Norman I'I
and sister of
Gayle, mother
reception was also held at Glen St. MaryMiss .
the Patray home where the the bridegroom-elect. er.r.e e School Board
bride's table was covered with a Opal Joyce Allen, daugh-
'14It lace cloth and centered with a ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W.
c'r three-tiered wedding cake. This Allen of Starke, and Robert Lex Duplicate Bridge District No. 2 I

was balanced by silver candle Johns, son of Mrs.Mildred Thriftof Winners Named II
holders with white tapers. Relatives Macclenny, were united in I
of the families assistedIn marriage Wednesday July 22, Bradford County Hospital an- I
serving. at 8:30: p.m. at the home of Rev. Mrs. Hilda Dey and Mrs. Lu- nounces the following births:
Following a wedding trip to and Mrs. Johnny Yarborough of cile Davie were the winning couple Mr. and Mrs. Marcus C. Seay, I Because of mv Interest in community affairs. In I
.. St. Augustine the couple Is residing Glen St. Mary. Rev. Yarborough at the Duplicate Bridge Club Worthington Springs, a son, Ce- 1964 The Junior Chamber of Commerce nresented I
In the Faultier apartments brother-in-law of the groom, officiated Tuesday night where there were cil David. Julv 28. I me an award as one of the outstanding citizens of
). on Washington Street. five tables In play. Mr. and Mrs. William James I Bradford County.I I
Underwood, Starke, a daughter,
John Jeff Wrenshall and JudsonCle-
of Gainesville
Hodges attended
i his cousin as best man- ments were second; Mr. and Ruth Louise, July 30. I have a Genuine and I'ersonal Interest in our I
,crn Swim PartyAt Mrs. Clyde B. Terwlllegar Jr. Mr and Mrs. Adelbert D.
and Mrs. Jewel O'Neal served I School Children. I
., Ekenbarger Starke, a daughter,
third and Mrs. M.A. Bald-
McRae HomeMr. her sister as matron of honor. were ;
win Jr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton Juanita Nancy, Aug. l I. I Better education means!' better equipped leaders I
The bride given In marriageby Mr. and Mrs. Edgar George
and Mrs. M.M. McRae her father, wore a white The were club fourth.meets every Tuesday Akridge, Keystone Heights,a son, I for our Community in the future. I

were hosts at a swim party street length dress complemented night at 7:30 p.m. In the Pratt Eric Paul, Aug. I 1. I Help me to help promote higher!: Standards for I
maxmtfI Sunday night In the pool at their with a white orchid corsage.A Street Recreation Center and Is Mr. and Mrs. Vernon LeRoy
home on Morgan Road. reception was also held at open to all bridge players. Greager, Starke, a son, Vernon our youth. pa.< Pol. Adv.) .
The 35 attending included choir Mark, Aug. 3. ------ ---- -- -----
the Yarborough home
Elizabeth Ann Thomas Becomes Bride where arrangements -
I members of the First Baptist of summer flowers .-
Of Mr. Carlton In Pine Level BaptistMiss Church and Morgan Road Cha- were used. The bride's table was
pel, Mrs. Clyde Priest! ,, Wil- centered with a wedding cake
other end was the bride's bouquet liam George, Rev. Bob Cooper, which was cut by Mrs. Yarborough -
Ann Thomas (
Elizabeth Mrs. Ray Thomas of Jack- and friends. ,
Assisting Mrs.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rus- sonville assisted In serving. Swimming and refreshmentswere Irene Yarbrough, were Miss Ruth SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Thomas and Kenneth Lee
sell ,
Following a wedding trip to enjoyed during the evening.Mr. Johns, and Miss Regina Yar-
Carlton, of Mr. and Mrs.
Atlanta the couple Is residingat brough.
Robert G. Carlton were unitedIn 336 W. Call Street. The bride
marriage, on June 26 at 8p.m Patz and Following the reception the
traveled In a baby pink dotted and Mrs. E.G.
in the Pine Level Baptist Swiss dress with white acces- family will move August 15 to couple left for a wedding trip In
Church with Rev. Don Honaker North Florida.The bride traveledIn
sories and orchid corsage. Orange Park. They have sold
of Pompano performing the can- The bride is employed at Van their home in Green Acres to a pink linen dress. '
delight double-ring ceremony. H. Priest Co. and the groom is Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish! ,who Mrs. Johns is residing with Ic
Centering the altar were ped- employed with the Department of are returning to Starke from Mrs. Thrift In Macclenny while
estal baskets of pink and white Transportation. Wllmlngto, Del. Mr. Johns Is serving with the
gladioli against a background of Army in Vietnam.
palms and branched candelabra.Mrs. .
L.A. Canova and Gerald
Williams, brother-in-law of the COME SEE THE FALL "LOOK"
bride, presented a program of
nuptial music.
Dean Bennett of Lawtey was vi ;4 STARKE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER
best man. Ushers were Michael
LaComb and G.W. Cruce, cou- SHOP SATURDAY A.M. .. 7P.M..I.'

sins Miss of the Nancy groom.Thomas served SHOP SUNDAY .1-.,6 P.M. ,11MEN'S i'

her sister as maid of honor.
She wore a hot pink bridal satin -
empire, full length gown with SHORT SLEEVE
puff sleeves. In her hair she LADIES TWO PIECE

wore a matching bow and car- \ '
ried a nosegay of baby pink IT'S \k
and red roses and white car- 1111111 Sport Shirts

nations. .
Miss Lori Anne Allen daugh- Swim WearSIZES
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Allen y.:
Asst. Styles and Colors
attended as flower girl and
Shane Thornton, son of Mr. and Sizes S.XL
Mrs. Jimmy Thornton, was ring- ,

bearer.The bride, given in marriageby VALUES TO $4.99 S.M.L

her father, wore a gown of
Chantilly type; lace and Imported VALUES TO $18.99WOW
rayon organza highlighted with CRINKLE DRESSES
delicate seed pearls and French .88
sequins. The neckline cuffs and One two and 3-piece outfits with accents $ 2
detachable Watteau train were in crinkle patent. All the newest looks i now only

scalloped. Her ornaments were including the goucho. Sizes for Petites T
pearl earrings and necklace, and
Juniors, Misses and Half-sizes. ,
she carried a cascade arrange-
ment of white orchids, pompomsand

reception was held in the
church educational building Colors
where baskets of pink and white Sizes 28.36 $244
gladioli were used in decorating.
Mrs. Joyce Williams greeted CRINKLE COATS ';'?' Reg. $2.99 $6.00

guests at the door. Miss Sheila r
The all
Starling, cousin of the bride, purpose coat in new #l,
kept the bride's booty crinkle patent. Many styles
The bride's table was covered and colors. Lined for warmth .
with a white satin cloth and and comfort. Juniors Misses .
centered with a three-tiered wed- and some Half-sizes. U
ding cake topped with a bride and
groom and decorated with hot 9t LADIES 100*

pink florets Mrs.Barbara Davis, $24CRINKLE
sister of the bride, cut the wed- from ACETATEPANTIES LADIES
ding cake. STRAW
The punch table was covered
with a white linen cloth and at
one end was a crystal punch Hand
bowl encircled with fern. At the Bags

Shower Given GIRLS\
crinkle' V 1
For Miss LewisMiss and 7.4, new ; ASST. COLORS
3.611. wan e1 ioMhe.y'at ASST. Colors Sizes 5.10

Wanda Lewis,whose mar- oil ether tor 1"deys tevonla on'' ? 69C VALUE VALUES TO $5.99

riage to Mervin Jackson will be
an event of Friday evening at 7C
8 o'clock in the First Baptist Now
Church, was honored at a bri- r $2.00LADIES
dal shower Tuesday night of last LAYAWAY
week given by Mrs. Melvin Cor-
bett Mrs. James Williams, and
Mrs. Charlie Braswell at the fr

home of Street.the latter 407 W.Washington LADIES

Arrangements of blue and white
daisies and carnations were used
In the party; rooms. The lace
covered refreshment table was HOSEASST. Summer FlatsWhite.
centered with the same blossoms. r Regular
Misses Kay and Katherine Lewis
presided at the punch bowl and $ $
assisted in serving.Thirtyfive $599 & $799 ASST. COLORS Black, Red and Beige

; guests attended between SIZES SV-ll'
the hours 7 and 9 p.m. Sizes 5.10

29CVALUE $1.50
Norman Reunion
Hot new styles in crinkle patent shoulder Just arrived new Fall crinkle patents. Solid
bags. Fringe trims, brass buckle trims and colors and combinations in various smart
Relatives and friends of the wooden hardware trims a pre-season sale price.. Sizes
late S.J and Emma Carter Nor 510. 25C
man will have their annual reunion from $2"CHARGE Only
Sunday, Aug. 9, at the 588
Lake Butler Community Cen- Sale
ter. A basket lunch will be ser- IT AT CARPS!
ved at noon.PAGE .

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Martha EUen
Williams of New
Port Richey spent last week with
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand

P4/i filii /I/QW faMUy.

Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hayes at- iiiiVENTuj
A tended the wedding of their great

.. . .. niece. Miss Pamela Weekly, to
Michael Mlelczarczyk In Ocala
Saturday. night
Mrs. W.h. Thomson of Mont
cello Mrs. John Watson m attended
was visiting her mother,
Mr. and
Mrs. F.F. Stump over the week the Davis-Thompson wedding In I attended the Mrs. George Hugglns
end. Onancock, Va. over the weekend.
i ding In Jacksonville Saturday
f ;,
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Williams night.
Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Stern and and sons, Burton and Bar- 1 1h
Miss Louise Stern spent Sunday ry, of Tallahassee,were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Shaw
at St. Augustine Beach. guests of Dr. and Mrs. A.J.Bar had as weekend guests, her
ry. parents, Mr. and Mrs Rube Bee-, ,
cher: of Lyons.. Ga. and.Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. A.S. HarrisonSr. -,
Mr. and Mrs. Friends of Mrs. Ruth Grlffls. I and Mrs. Joseph Pepe of Miami. > -
were visiting
Harrison Jr. In Fort Lauderdale of Theressa, will regret to learn ,itl 1luf'jIMjl--; :-; ;: 'iIft j I'AI.I ": rrADb'j/i}
last week and also went that she is seriously Ill Alachua h Mrs. Bruce Helnlcke and fam !f'n"7.urI'i. 'Cf..IWF.r; ,.,-nrl7vv .nn
ily of South
C d
at West. General Hospital with viral en.- Hadley Mass. are > \t 'w''
deep sea fishing Key ){ t' Ii '
< 't' -
1 visiting her "lI :
cephalitis. Her condition Is + mother, Mrs. Nancy somewhat Improved at this time. Gunter, for several weeks. They c
Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey haveas
will all
go to South Florida to
guests for two weeks Mr. and visit relatives while here. 67 C/'I///HI'/f'" STAr/ow WR tN Go T-8IRJ:
Among those attending the Lawson S
Mrs. Pat Casey of Fort Myers, R S
and Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Casey family reunion at Auburn- -- -.--,.. -. -_.-w.,., Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Johnsonof / 8 "1.1 rrrT'enor'' Power(.Jrr4R/I"ta.; 19 spy nS'$.
dale Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. AX99
and children of Quito, Ecuadorfor l C'. Cf-e-I"'I-
a month. Ewell Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. CITY SUITED Black and Miami are spending several hocL.r H t IS'L.. c.RflMdER .
H.A. Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Neil white flowers have the look ofa days with Mr. and Mrs. Felix iT.. trI04'V116FN.. N9kT1oN
Crawford, and Mr. and Mrs. pen and ink drawing in this Sapp and relatives. ANA t) Er E.
Mr. and Mrs. John Greene
David Lawson. fine ribbed cotton costume by Local Admittances to Bradford .
and son visited Henry ChanceyIn Danika. The simple body- 1# ? 0C
L518 0
County Hospital this( :
week Include
; "Z'f-'PI.A ir- ;. -g- P
shaped jacket conceals .
a slip _
Warner-Robbins, Ga. over Mr. and Mrs. Seth Wllklns of a dress with white bodice : Clyde Hersey, George -.:) 1"f -Per a
the weekend. and family of Jacksonville wereSunday and printed skirt. Prevatt Jr., Curtis Muse, Sebe ;SFoRJ ITt- 1H.T7 pjW R.
Mrs. R.O. Dansby and Mrs. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harris, Jimmy C.Simmons,Mrs. S' 68FoR !:> P/u :sV.
Rodney Hall and sons visited Guy Sale and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ara Moltt, Mrs. Irene Brooks hl/NDaiJs-rlurv .' 7'n'- iT'Ed..d X) S Nerd-rRRNs. fAJZ
Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Andrewsin Gllllngham at KIngsley Lake.The Mr. and Mrs. S.E. Reyes and William Coltrane. Howan A'"O F,(' .f rEEA'INCi: bt"l /";' t3 t. uG C '
Jacksonville Saturday. Gillinghams returned to their family of Jacksonville were visit Crews. Rufus L. Davis and See- e. oND1CER -- Ltc
home In Tampa Sunday evening ing her mother, Mrs. J.S. Sam her James, StarkeJohnBBrad- cL E,1/Y Rvr F\FqJY To <* ... e e:
Zack Edwards has returned after two weeks visit with the and family over the weekend. ley, Lawtey; Mrs. Dorothy En- D.-'VE- rPuCt -
from a six weeks visit with his Sales. gelke, Melrose; Michael Reed, SeE THIS #8l\rCo ..
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. visited Mr. and Mr.Mrs.and C.L.Mrs. Cooper Ernest Hampton; Sheila Yarbrough, 1-'. :1GR.: f'e.;,. /r'J' ..r-- ; P.' b.1i {,. q1Sfl -
Mr. and Mrs. J.B.Godwin
M. Edwards Sr., in Portland ;son, Mrs. Bessie G. Dekle, Doyle
Ore. Jimmy, and daughter, Cheryl, of Lord In Old Town last Friday. Grover and Ernest Anderson, v7 & To .Coo. **. NT .JL.\4 eEil: S tPHRySl.ER 300 S
Arcadia will arrive Friday to Lake Butler; and Pamela Thorn
Mrs. A.C. Brothers and son spend ten days with their Friends of Mrs. Reddish Andrews ton, Ralford. !//? cr' #. ) 'Sr1Ep 1, ;, ABv..11..E' tf6) I..J I nX\ : J4
mothers Mrs. Eve Baldwin and will regret to hear that < :
of New Bethlehem,Pa.are spending Ci edNlC& Ct 14. C-
two weeks with her parents, Mrs. Robbie Shaller, and with her brother, Lucian Thomas,was Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Patrick r SEr97SJi.I: Ol-oE L bw /MCa I _
Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Elder. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin. fatally burned when his home and family of West Floridabrought e t.\.! k.t c;.
was destroyed by fire in Fort her mother, Mrs.Gladys (thee .1t rtI 'RETT\.\ yLLo..J-
Myers Saturday night. Survivorsare Weldon home after two weeks
; @ 1111 1 1m11111 1 1jW11111111m his wife, who Is hospitalized visit and remained for the week .' 1 Oa. pS.J ""
Irm ( x 3S'-q I: c.;. 2p .r Z(,n1_ :.:.R J'l.lZ..r:; :."" '-.8 0
with burns, and four grown child end. Joining them at the Weldon

TEEN-A GE'DANCE ren. Attending the funeral Tues cottage on Crystal Lake were {l; DL.D.1 ;1..2 .ne. ,Jf V. 8 SAL 61-4 CI-Id' S-
day in Fort Myers were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Weldon of
m I and Mrs. R.R. Andrews, Mr. and Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. t'b hJ fl7i1 TIfAN"S- r Fo..J d A i1.rp(11f! t16 f-.I1.r() ArRfJN
Mrs. Ervin Andrews, Mr. and S.A. Weldon of Macclenny and I- Sl7c- ',,"I4 c.
Mrs. John Harold Andrews, and their children. d1tE/N: (, 'SoGD &itrr p04J
Mr. and Mrs. Townsend Strick- tIICE a deFieeJ.' TTn/sp.RrraTle t'4 ecY.
: land of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp and CAR.
Stephen Kelly of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. George (Bud) Alvarez o a?
.I.Ii11111 Springs.spent Sunday at Rainbow ,, (!-2.r"7flRe6 4s-.: 1.:5 S (;"2. Ie71'S 40 .. fj77 7 -

I FRIDAY AUGUST 7 1970. Beach Merle was Grider visiting of his Ferna parents dine Mr. and Mrs. i, L fiat e 1 K 4 I*.J&X)>/?/ /82.1 s b LZrI''Jc' C. CL l)1NCi13U : S
Clyde B. Ter-
Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Grider, last Tiro. TIt1NS."oUJ(!(, ,.. ,. S 7l" RrNC IQc.o.l
AT wlllegar] Jr. spent Saturday and f31, r R i2'N;::> ink t R
[[ 1 m week. Sunday guests were Mr. Sunday at Jacksonville Beach. : Co.. b-R Aqua/ C. (.,.
(,. AID .
Kt9 4) c.
and Mrs. Robert Douvllle of erg//N W- ; 7"" .;? S
Orange Park. Mr. and Mrs. John ; r. ?ff"fI1' e.F'tV rhhLCHGEt: : +;! IE
E c
j1tj Kopelousosand Sa :. ( .D 13 t: l LCC'fIL-
Lawtey Skating Rink | Mrs. J.H. Fields and Mrs. family of Birmingham, Ala. 1 .2,, :H..JWfn.. Toe '7 RI"t"\" \ .
are vacationing this '
week at the "
Herbert Green and daughter Gertner cottage on KIngsley 0'c,1rl.:! R /I;::! oS.dJ !J. 7. ."" .A ,, 'rr.. 2 19'.s-e: 0-
11 visited Mrs. Elsa Lyles In Jack- Lake.
::::: sonville last Tuesday. 67 Jbj1e. CCl o ,er.rCI> b g -::::, 'EZo: --- Z :DR. oS
Featuring ::: S
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Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Underill V. a.A T:. CRnS.P'Y.: o 57/1 ,.!>* F P. 7 '.-? fr. RCt..tE'I'1
rm" "r m mj Dr. and Mrs. C.O. Mitchell of and family have returned to their myThC T+ + 19 {.(!.YL
Jacksonville and Mrs.Laura Wilcox home In Indlatlantic after two : TEM:?,./V ( 1'1", er.AI'tfH1>, ( / C'RRRCA C. c..
"Cross Town Traffic"Starting Abbeyville, Ga. Tuesday rLuxtY
were e-
j tjj 11 tjiji1ij guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.W. J.H.weeks Moncrief visit with at Klngsley Mr. and Lake.MM. I t I'" Te='RIO R... LSN r L!!'' C7fo"i' CCoNeM/Ofa .. 7'; we S'--

iji1ij \\\jj\\\jjJ \\ Buff. f31.ry1&. 'j: e.OwNCr2-13c,9, cY'L C>Crl""c.'''VL Cf4 2 T-- flI73' 0 Q RtATru'0: ) .-

at 8:30 P.M. Till 12:00: F.M. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. Mr.Mrs.and Titus Mrs.Olson Paul was Hawkins visiting In -2. '" "I'l .1. -...... .- / 3 ?.s-d -

!..J...... PHONE 782-3205 .1..i{...>.1.? Art had as Tyler guests and last daughter week, Julie Mrs., Wednesday.Mr.Jacksonville. last Tuesday and 68 7 RONRbo >aar rfTT "C t.S Pt..IJ/11CLlTH FoFyIi1 Shoc. :

::;::1; $1.75 or $3.00 Couple f:1::! Mr. and Mrs. Edward Starlingand "/ iJlt. tt. /11 R. u r-I :b. "
Carlton Faulk all Jackson ECr FPE, M
l. t UXIJR.'j
F"l..J c.
and Mrs. 'I -
if j 1 1:1:;::1mj W1j1 1j1 1 j1j111111111; j j11111111j1111j 1m111jlj11 11j111111j1jj111j11111 j1 1i111j1j1j1jj11j1i1j1 11j1j1t11111j1j11imiii!!; ville. man and son. Jimmy of Perry-Jacksonville /1 r r; hire : 40.1> t.J IT'" IEbRC'WN !!p,:DRRc's SrE I ''v- IC.'iD c. o GoPoc."t

and Mrs. E.K. Perry- J" NyITreklFyC v ycE T"b ('-.
man spent the weekend at KIng TH.j c.fZ_ t: oc.o.J '''':/-1'1T'E' '
sley Lake. <<) ft. ON .0
VOTE 2 7 S" -
FOK Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jacksonof .ZS EAP( :19'(S"oNiJlNNh /

Hampton, Ia. are visiting DCNT \\/-1
AND RE-ELECT their 2 S3.sPS"

J. M. (BUCK) and son,Mrs.Mervin Elmer Jackson Lewis and and famIly Mr. .i> FcocR 5'fIFr"SnL.I2) 19 6c.y Ad Te rlcF+,..''S 7iIt

from Tuesday to Saturday. NiCE 1\;
6R EN- 5io
::: 6.JN l) (..

Mr. and Mrs. Don Championand (}L e**; C9 IC t.<'J/ e Er CJ.J(7'0 Jr
family and Mr. and Mrs. ? .
"""r4'Sr..erf71CN )C&7
NORMANCOUNTY Al Hartmann spent last monthat 1.9YSrII 4 "r. 0'f
their cottage on Hall Lake. .:t-,3- ; r ; (! : \ r" .-:; ".-I-Ot,0 -: --

Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Mowery 61 Fcu:? 'D.. H, : ,. g S ( )0// (lifr V. "' 1 ft4 Cr 'Ij '.Nr. s---

of Tuesday Victoria guests Texas of Mr.were and Mrs.last #I,(! C"",.1>_ 1t... ,J ;..,.. J'L"t'.JC, ,. AIR crJb. 'cuEz Srt:Eh'ING' IfPt"JR.

Leo Champion.Mrs. fJC'L i",3rf--'rcr ar'h 7"ic'rNt. LP ORs 7'l'P.h1V. (.( c.. i iNI
Roy Clemons and I'D, rzlil.1YU E- c.c.- ECu.J :5'o: LJF? :' oJ '1/t\-; ] s-
daugh- >> L.A ':\ %
ters, Marcia and Brenda spent ,_.tZ' ( vJ I -
the weekend with Mrs. Clemons !: 9C 0-
WL4'j -iJ
COMMISSIONERDistrict son-in-law and daughter, Mr. '2.1-K' : _" ,oI .' : -
and Mrs.Jimmy Newman In Pompano =
5 rlfoiJJ'FnH, S'
Beach. Marcia and Brenda b t 8 t lpRicF I : '
remained for the week. :S t hr// ( '1...(1 AWitcrJC
cprN f I A55x'47 rrqJlffC I
/NITti/ FA.r rya y 't.t.y iL.C
At... C.
No.2J. Mrs. H.B. McLendon of Or- N
.!- (aLE Ct..jI'N! -
n1CE' < S: '
lando ; (
was visiting her brotherand firnLE, /
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ONE Ojj N6/Z- L ocR Co BAR eO. I /NG ('IJ.JNeRI /H.
E.L. Matthews, at KIngsley Lake = TIf'!' ctJf!-
!(EAr<. see '
from Friday to Monday. cO" "i

21 Z g AIfe "21.9. & 2 &_ Ii} **-- ..2.(.F.f). .bJ. 61 -
Mrs. Charles
Hewett and
daughters, Cindy and Jeannie 61u.. Cr(. S'lT1oN L.iAC.o,4. 2SEA>S. S 1.. d Nt) VI'I' S1rifjtrtllf.t'1'.j' S
M. (Buck) Norman Believes In Working For ALL of Chattahoochee are visiting her <7iJ\b S2ANS. pcwrRfi{ fl'I"I\ *
V-2. t
parents, Mr. and ,.J
Mrs. Bryan t cI1R.-
; ::!
The People Of Bradford County And Not Just A Se. Erwin, at the State Farm. Mr. 6CJo_':. a E fa IC.Ft9 GE HIt'7o C.EA'Cfc to
lected Hewett U working on his master's T'NNSPerr,.r1s'.J. t!
degree In Guidance and CounselIng G
and Is attending Troy State

I I (Reprint from Florida Timed-Union) (Reprint from Florid Tline-t7nlon) Rucker University Ala.; extension at Fort g. ,.. "..a A- '1.') .- d -'!-S'""':" .... 1f1- lfec; s-7c'4.ff: -

Kirk Suspends Mrs. R.P. Hailer and son of 6AY/dou rf{- +. R, FAN S' b if 1't-y/rlod'Tt/ + FU R'I

Lakeland were guests of Col. /OADEl y/l,1"I r XT/MS ,"'t'. ifl"e /ylND.Pr. /l.. "
Kirk Probe P and Mrs. J.A. Griffin 4:1):) r. H.r.
Urges last Wed% ,
cO DInrrpekl7 irau.Scf ;
nesday to Friday. /) (dpNb A'rlKt pre-L!' .>'f ieiN"CEQN
I r Board
Taylor T//IS eNr- t! I N ei) Gc..A '5 t..uc..o.Jh 9
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert .D
Hoffmanof L I
TALLAHASSEE! All five mem- Of Louisville, Ky., who spent : uw NC25'c: !

don)ers of were the Taylor suspended County from Corranls-office Liberty \Charge last stone week Heights at Paradise, were last Lake Thurs,Key J 0-2G/tt. R 890,2 1-2:=._ li .l"1- .f?:
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.S.
Monday by Gov. Claude Kirk on the

!ground: of malfeasance mlsfeaaance, TAUUAKASSEB-Vha govertwi Haddock. F SALESMEN Eston Jordan Jim Lawson Walter Alvarez
Jfflce .lones
Incompetency and neglect of dutyn Tuesday requested the .t
oxfice. .:unty state attorney office to in- j bee had as guests, Mr. and Mrs. f
"The Jury eald :
charge that
Liberty Cbaiu
nrhlcd: reflected, the. uee-of county night and Rev. and Mrs. h' labqf ana material for : equipment and labor were being: Frank Smith and family of Miami

I strictly private prmw I. Jse4 to All p-l-mta property. Sunday night. STARKE

r I Mrs. James McNeely and
_, daughter of Lake City spent the
weekend with her parents, Mr.
Vote For And' Support and Mrs. Herbert Thomas.

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders
and son and Mrs. Lex Green CHRYSLERPLYMOUTHU.

J. M. ( Buck ) NORMANFor spent the cottage weekend at Neptune at the Beach.Clements

You can't eonofcie tod4,'*
Continued children that tile pionttrift S. 301 NORTH AUnoONZIDCAUM<0 i CHRYSLER PHONE 964-6000
Progress oft on tto' long rip west
Without runglaiiei or) even
fPd. Pol. one credit card.

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broad sanitation law earth.
coveringall daytime.
types; of animals and conditions tight containers. of dead fowl wouldbe to construct an Incinerator.All It would prohibit dumping of
Fo Tech City Pay I: Disposal
Land within 200 feet of animal
Zoning. under other animals can be either
which they may be required to be done by the dead animals In a lake or
enclosures must be kept
i Continued: from Page One) kept. exclusive method of J Incinera Incinerated or buried with at stream on a watershed, or with
(Continued from Page One) Continued from Pace One) Includes required methods free of garbage rubbish, etc. tion. It gives growers 90 days least two feet of covering of in 1/2-mIle ,
which conducive to breeding: rodents. . . . .
one building and the school board by dead animals may be - - - - - - - --
gain Monday In talking to the authorized Morgan to complete: Chairman Jimmy McRae appointed disposed of.Minimum. Dally collection of dead ani-
commission, that "a lot ff com- preliminaries through the state Nell Tucker chairman. Noun standards that wouldbe mals.
mon Judgement" will have to .for the building trades and. horti- and the city clerk are the other required areApproved : The proposed ordinance em-
be used In putting the zoning culture buildings. two members. -- chemical controlsat powers the Bradford County; SHOTSPECIAL I
regulations Into effect. Blue prints of the educational -Heard department heads report regular Intervals of 37 daysIn Commission or Its agent, the ONE
"All of us have authority and park as a whole were shown to that SR-16 work on relocating April through October and not sheriff or someone appointed,
If we used It to the Nth degreewe the board.Guidance and materialsarea utilities Is proceeding sat- less than eight days from Nov to Inspect the facilities In the
couldn't live with ourselves." have been moved to a more isfactorily. Water lines are behind ember through March.Nonchemical J.
he said. central location because of the schedule but all but 300 -- methods of rodent THE BRADFORD'
One duty of the zoning boardof need of guidance for each student of about 3,000 feet of gas line and fly control may be em- COUNTY TELEGRAPH _
for Instance will have been relocated. ".- :::!!
adjustment, Morgan said. ployed with prior approval of .
be to decide whether or not to He showed samples of the plexiglas -Agreed to allow to power department the State Board of Health and Published every ThurMliy r
issue special acceptance to residents to be used In the dome of line crew employees under direction and supervision at IM: W. Call Street
appealing zoning regu- the central building, to be locatedin Cigar Andrews and Gerald Crosby of the Bradford County; Health Starke. Florid 32091)
lations. Long pointed out as the square between the present work as co-foremen. Department.All .
have other members of the zon- main -Tabled until a later date actIon '
Vo-Tecb building and the -- land. lying within 200 Second clans postage& p l<
ing committee, that officials will VOE building higher up the hill. on renewing the city's: ; con- feet on either side of a feed at SUrktv Florida I
have to be reasonable In administering tract for vehicle maintenancenow Iqt barn building or kennel,
the regulations which will Zedra Hamilton said.A held by Terwillegar Motors. or adjacent property; line If the Subscription: Rates:
be new to county: residences. -Appointed Patrolman Glen
distance Is less than 200 feet '
trade 93.00
code In :
building would regulatethe area per
With code Sapp Calvin Pace and Doug
the new zoning adopted shall be mowed to keep
troe and Quality of con- grass 'C'.ri; 11.75 *lx mnnihx..
County Attorney TheronYawnlos Baldwin as permanent police department and weeds from
attaining a
t no time in urging the com- struction In the county. Tax Assessor officers. height of six Inches. Outside trade area: IJ.SO 08
mission to push toward adoption Gene Long said Mondaythat -Approved eight utility; account Dally Inspection of all water- per year: 13.00 six month&
of a building code. There are under a building code an write-offs totaling $623.
Ing systems for repairs of leak- .
several model buildings codesin agreement could be worked out :::::
existence, Yawn said, namingthe with electric companies to withhold age.Storage .:
Netv LatvIccntinued of feed In bins to be L
service until building speci-
Southern Building Code as Inspected dally for repairs of ALL. TYPESWELDING
fications with.
one example."It's were
something we're goingto Long said he would find out more from Pare One) spillage.Removal of
need" Commission Chairman about administration of a building county's poultry industry the Storage of manure In water And MACHINE WORK .
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..' + ., Good News extend
"" "I' a ''' Today we can help
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Gulf Team Rebels Tied Registration Joe Rip JoyAnnounces : : : ....., There are 1.5-million AmerIcans 'the lives of leukemia patients, I

Deadline SaturdayCounty alive today, cured of can- tomorrow we may be able to I
cer. To help save more, give save them. The future depends
For Mens League Lead r-:1 more to the American Cancer on research. Fight cancer witha I
registration books closeat with checkup and check to the
Society. Fight a
For HouseJoe cancer a
8, and
The Men's Softball League resumed Ing. They also played near errorless 11 hit attack going three-for- 5 p.m. Saturday until,November Aug. 9, : ': checkup and a check. American Cancer Society.
will not reopen .",
action this week tter a ball being charged wilt tturee. Ken Fuquay was two-for- ...
after the elect .. .
five days general 1.
week's lay oft. only one fielding error. three for the losers who had 12 Ripley, Jr., 33-year-old ,.i .
At the beginning of the week. The Church team had only sev- base hits. ion.The office of Supervisor of Fem ncUna Beach attorney and .
three teams were tied for ttrsS en hits and were never reallyIn municipal court Judge has announced
Elections will be in the Randy
place. Following Monday and the game. Wayne Sapp. three- TUESDAY AUG. 4PROFS open Aug. as a Republican can-
courthouse all day Saturday,
Tuesday's games only two are for-three, and Paul McLeod 7LAWTEY didate for the House of Representatives t
tied Cunningham and the Reb- three-for-four, paced the win 0 (Forfeit Game) 8, from 9 a.m. to 5 pan. for from the 17th District -
the convenience of registrants -
els. Each team bas one game ners. James Fender was two- REBELS new representing Baker Brad-
who wish to vote in the
left to be played. for-three for the losers.In PLAZA LODGE 1 and the ford, Clay, Columbia, Nassau, JOHNSDemocrat
Should the two teams end In the second game, the independents The Rebels kept pace with Cunningham September primaries and Union Counties.
General Election.
Ue, off will be held by downing Plaza 11 November
a a play kept alive Its hopes
of Elections Neva RIpley received his law degree
which will Monday Aug. with 11 1. collecting 12 safeties and playIng Supervisor t
begin for the second half an ForCLERK
Flynn reports that new registrations from the University of Florida, I
errorless ball.
10, at 8
Best the
p.m. 6 win over the City.
have been heavy especially where he served as president of
The win broke a three
In games played Monday, Aug. Independents can do Is tie for game
3, Cunningham had this losing streak of the Rebels. Ed- among) younger voters the Interfraternlty Council, pre-
to do
surprisingly first place and they
and estimates a gain of about sident of the Student Body, and
ward Akridge, three-for-four,
little difficulty In downing Madi- must win their remaining two \
250: over the 5,409 total of last vice president of Florida Blue -
and Ronnie! Grlggs, two-for-two, -
son Street-Baptist 13 1. The games and the two league lead- He Is Immediate I
May. Key. past president -
the Rebel offense.
Gulf paced
team 17 base
rapped out must lose.
ers The deadline for return of absentee of the Fernandina Beach
hits and scored In every Inn- Johnny Grlffls led his team'sElect LEAGUE STANDINGS:Rebels- ballots for the First PrI- Rotary Club, past president of

:-........................................2 Cunningham 9-4.Madison Street mary is 5 pan. Monday, Sept the Methodist Men's organization Of TheCircuit
8-5, Independents 7-5, Profs 7. Mrs. Flynn said. Although this and president of Nassau Court _
6-7. Plaza 5-7, Utilities date falls on Labor Day a holiday County Chapter of American Red In announcing his candidacy, /
4-9. Lawtey 3 10. the Supervisor's office will Cross. He Is a member and Mr. Ripley said his background \
i MARGIE I Ii SCHEDULE: be open all day until 5 p.m. to Sunday School teacher of Memo- as businessman, attorney, and -- ,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 68 Rebels receive absentee ballots. rial Methodist Church, and a
vs Utilities, 9:15: vs Utill- The Supervisor has been notified member of the Board of Trustees Judge "makes me acutely aware A Qualified Young Man!
I DOWLING bels vs Utilities 9:15 MadisonSt. by the State to start regis- of Florida Junior College.Mr. of the needs and problems of
s of Florida. I know the
vs Independents. tering 18, 19, and 20-year-olds Ripley Is secretary of the our part '
I FRIDAY, AUGUST 7Com- when' the registration books reopen Nassau County Bar Association value of money and I know fiscal -
i Mi YOUR pletes Season) 8 Plaza vs Independents on November 9, following and Is Judge of the Municipal responsibility both as a student Business, Accounting Background
and as a practitioner. My
9:15 Profs vs Cunningham. the General Election. This is Court of Fernandina Beach. He '
In accordance with the Fed- Is a member of the Florida Bar simple pledge, therefore, if Approximately Two Years College
J' : t4; .j, Clerk of Circuit Court Play-off will begin Monday eral law. All 18, 19,new and 20- Association North American elected, will be that I will take ;
; Florida's and will
: night August 10 and will be played year-olds who register may vote Judges Assn.,Florida Trial Lawyers care of all measures Money to waste Office Supervisor 6 Years
Irr.' "tL" .."' each alto until completed. Assn. and American Judi- oppose
: Experienced Businesswoman Lifelong : In all elections after Jan. 1, ; our State's valuable tax dollars."

: Democrat with a Desire To 1971. cature He Is Society.president and directorof -- Experienced In Serving The Public.

Serve' our County. : S J.W. hers, Inc.. a redl-mlx
What, if any, is the relation- John Gardner says 50 per concrete and concrete block company _IF WE DONT HAVE IT -- President, Employees Credit Union
'U It
S S ship between viruses and human cent of the voters can't name In Nassau County, and a cct for you. Office
? Research scien- their But director of Supplies, Furniture, EquIp.
cancer own congressman. Joseph M. RIpley, $194,000 In Assets
: "It Takes a Woman To : tists are trying to find out. Help Congressman Sludgepumpthinks Inc., a concrete block company ment. -. Bradford CountyTelegraph.
them by giving to the American most of his constituents In Duval County.
: Clean House" Cancer Society. The answer know his name but prefer to F1-Ali... IoMs .
Keep a : could save lives. call him something Yah UIS .lei/rtIMS "
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yards of nil dirt hauled. 3 Injured In Lawtey Wreck
Fill. -Was told by Commissioner 2 Youths
Ralph Bryan that the state road In a second accident July 27,
Three persons were treated to have his vehlvle under control.
(Continue: from Page One) maintenance crew had Improvedits SentencedTwo and lelaaser: at Bradford County According to the Florida High- Milton David White 65, Jack-
operation here. Bryan pointed Station here, Webb's sonville was charged with failure -
] Hospital last Thursday, July way Patrol
week recentlyand
down for about a state road crews have filled 16-year-old youths were
the right-of-way
to yield
the board is moving to pur- Thurs- 30, after a collision at the intersection 1967 Plymouth was traveling
the driveway of Child's Groceryon sentenced to Jail terms when his 1970 VW collided witha
SR- south US-301. Shelton's 1968
chase a second unit so the county SR-100 south of Starke clean- day, July 30 for breaking and of US-301 and on 1969 Chevrolet driven by David
Ford 301 attempting
; will have a spare. ed ditches between SR-100 and entering the Eastern Oil Stationon 225 In Lawtey. was stopped on SR-225.- Wayne Thompson 18, Green Cove
The board, however, was criti- Hampton and in the City; of East Brownlee Street last Slightly injured in the accident to turn left onto Springs.
cal of the Weaver machine It Hampton. There are still several August 4.Joseph. were James Madison Shelton, 51. The Plymouth, traveling about There was no injuries- the
owns and is looking for a unit Bunch and Johnny Gross Green Cove Springs, driver of
state road culverts that are too 60 mph collided with the rear accident, but damage to the two
more maintenance free. MVI Director had previously pleaded guilty; to and his wife, BUlle
small but which have not yet one car of Shelton's Ford. cars totaled, $1,600.The accident
Frank Williams said the been replaced with larger ones charges of breaking and enter- Joe Shelton, 37, and Richard Damage to both vehicles was occured 7.8 miles westofStarkeon
station is still working on a as requested Bryan noted. Ing and grand larceny and a pre- Keith Webb, 19,Pittsburgh,Peon.' estimated at $1,500 by Trooper SR-100. Investigating officer
grace period given drivers last sentence Investigation had been
month when the station had to --Was told by Supervisor of conducted. Webb was charged with failure R.W. Pace investigating officer. was Trooper K.G. Etheridge.
be closed for a week. Registration Neva Flynn that her Circuit Judge George L. Pat -- - ---- - ------ -- ----------aaa--- - -
-Again discussed the fact thata office In the courthouse, incom- ten sentenced Bunch to two yearsIn I
fulltime county road crew Is pliance with the new state law, state prison, with the recom-
required to Install culverts. has been kept open five days mendation that the time be ser- Fun Week Closes Out Summer Elect A Businessman !
Commissioner Buck Norman again per week and will continue to ved In the Apalachee Correctional -
stated he doesn't under- be so operated. Institutional. The judge told Activities At PlaygroundIt
stand bow Bradford County hasn't --Gave Mrs. Flynn permissionto Bunch he will have an opportunity -
grown with all the new culvertsthe use the commissioner meeting ; to learn a trade and better was an exciting and busy wish to thank everyone who helped To Do A Businessman's Job I
road department is install- room on election night to tally himself If he wants to. week at the Pratt Street Cen- In numerous ways. The pro-
ing. votes.Agreed Gross was sentenced to seven ter as the Summer Program and gram would not have been nearlyso
Road Foreman R.E. Jones reported to meet with Ala- additional months in the Bradford Tiny Tots wound the successful without their as-
639 feet of culvert buried chua County to discuss esta- County Jail after Judge Patten activities. up summer sistance. r' Vote For .
in July with a total of 573 1/2 blishing a mean high water mark noted the youth had already been Along with Btoc .
a week of
man-hours of labor and 720 cubic around Santa Fe Lake. in Jail for nearly nine months. busy r
trampoline ping pong shuffle-
board, and bumper pool, the rI
afternoon program ended with a .J; EDDIE
fun trip toStephen Foster Memo- I ..
VOTE FO'R' AND 1 ELECT rial at White Springs.While there '
the youngsters enjoyed several
tours, a picnic lunch, and a river
CHARLESHARDY boat ride. >
Upon their return, awards for : ALLEn
outstanding boy and girl in the aCharley'
program were presented to Don- ,
nie Thomas and Peggy Allen. Ask f
The decision was based on I
participation In daily, as wellas $, '
special events, sportsman- ;i- FOR
ship, and attitude. Congradua- E.John..
tions, Donnie and Peggy. ,1
remain open from 1:30: to 6 p.m. .
for all 7-12 year olds until August
most exciting trip of all
................................. was enjoyed by the Tiny Tots "There have been! several BEST QUALIFIED By Far
last Friday as they traveled by recent br ak-in.s in homes.
bus to Ocala's Six Gun
Territory. Does my Homeowner '.01.
: After a picnic lunch, they were icy with the Charley E.
: Yi COOL Buy Westinghouse excited by a gun fight enter-
tained by can-can girls, then Johns Agency completelycover An independent business man who will devote as much
thrilled with lots and lots of both the damage or
rides. Later on, CUR cakes, pro- vandalism that may be time as necessary to get the most for your tax dollar.
vided by Betty Alvarez were caused by burglars plus
i air condition i enjoyed.The the value of anything Eddie Allen has a sincere desire to serve you as your County Commissioner
summer program has been stolen?" -and will serve All the people of Bradford County Fair,
great fun, and those in charge Impartially and Capably.

Charley E.
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: The census indicates a trend
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# r A C. HardyCharles Qualifies For Clerk Color TV, Radio Dance CancelledAt Deadline

LAWTEY Stolen From HomeA New ArmoryThe

It Motorists are reminded that
here. replaced the old tally
Hardy, 52-year-old of counting votes.In color television and a small dance: advertised for the August 20 Is the deadline for
By Era BUaebard self-employed Starke businessman system radio was stolen from the homeof Starke Armory, Thursday night purchase of new auto license. '

.. qualified Tuesday, July 21, 1952 when he was 33, Hardy Mrs. F.L. Ludwig, of Bed- Aug 6, with music by The Royal tags at the office of Tax Collector .:',
as a candidate for clerk of the ran for clerk of the circuit court ford Lake, while she was absent Guardsmen has been cancelled, J.R. Kelly. i to'
The Methodist Church Vaca- circuit court. against the late Charles Darby.In from the home during the periodof according to announcement the -',
tion Bible School will start Monday 1964 he ran for superintendent July 5 to August 2, accordingto local National Guard unit. Busi-
/ Aug. 10,and continue through Hardy Is a former automobile
of schools against Supt. Tom Deputy Sheriff Robert Green. ness places displaying posters
Aug. 14. Kindergarten through dealer, having been In business Casey. The house was entered by removing advertising the dance are askedto NOTICE ::
6th grade will meet at 9 until with his two brothers, Eldon and a window screen remove them as soon as pos
11:30: a.m. dally. Youth classesat Douglas Hardy. Hardy is married to the former sible.
7 adult classes at 8 Starke and Keystone 0(
p.m. p.m.Classes; will continue Born In Jacksonville, he movedto Juanita have five McGauley children of:Starke.Charlene They ......................................... MSI Heights area Customers '

through the 13th and the closing Brooker in 1936 and has livedIn Hardy Francis, Charles IV,

program will be Friday, Aug. 14. Starke since 1940. He was Franklin E., Donald, and Carol I I Owen Joist Company ofI Florida .1; Hastings Mattress :
educated In Duval County schools who Is now a high school senior.
The First Baptist Church of but graduated from Alachua High and Upholstery
Lawtey held Its youth camp at School in 1935.Following .
the Middle Florida Baptist As- Inman Green I NEEDS i iI 710 St. Johns Ave.PALA'1'KA .
sembly grounds on Picket Lake graduation from high Heads Lion's Club | "
near Branford, July 27 through school Hardy worked for the tung "
August 1. Thirty-two; decisionswere 011 mill at Brooker until June DRAFTSMAN: TRAINEE High School graduate ; Is Open AgainFURNITURE '
1940 when he accepted the posi- Inman Green has been elected and have
Ralph Tyre made for Christ. : preferably with some mechanical drawing !<
of School Finance Officer president of the Starke Lion'sClub. :
Family night was observed last re-districting the county. The completed militarv obligation
with number of with the Bradford Board of Pub- :
Asks ReturnTo a guests county still operates under the RefinishedRe.upholstered
for the evening meal after which He Instruction.He : APPLY TO Repaired
districts laid out by Hardy. Green was named to head the
HouseRalph a program and film showing was served in that capacity for organization last Thursday, July .
enjoyed. 12 years except for 2 1/2 yearsIn In 1956 he devised and the 20. He will serve one year. : OWEN JOIST OF FLORIDA NEW MATTRESSESFREE
Sixty-three campers and 11 the U.S. Marine Corps.In county and City of Starke accepted S LINCOLN CITY ROAD
counselors participated In this the of Green Is clerk of the Circuit
1963 Hardy was commissIoned present system ESTIMATES
Tyre, of Lake City; an- event. They tha. STARKE FLORIDA
great report
by the Bradford County counting votes that Is still used Court. :
can Collect 328-2144
nounced yesterday as a candid- they had a wonderful blessed Commission to head the Job of M...................................... H
ate for reelection to the Florida week.

House of Representatives, Dist The young people of Highland
17, for Baker, Bradford, Clay, Baptist Church are going for QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Columbia, Nassau, and Unior their camp to Camp Zion at
Counties.In Mrytle Miss. They will be accompanied WE DARE YOU TO *

announcing his candidacy by the Pastor, Rev. rt # M
Tyre said that the 1969-70 session Raymond Cordili, and several
will probably be remembered counselors. About 57 plan to
as the most productive in the go on Sunday August 9, and
fields of conservation, law enforcement continue through Friday the 14th.
and more funding to I DISCOUNT iTORffSar
local governments from the state CHURCH SCHEDULES
level."I Grace United Methodist: Sun- *
School Ser-
was privileged to serve as day 9:45: ; Worship
chairman of the Committee on vices, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. MYF ,
Retirement and Personnel for Wednesday 8 p.m. A TrlrACt1DfC
1969-70 that gave our state the First Baptist: Sunday School L
best retirement system of any 9:45: a.m., Worship services Ham ARMY. NAVY BACK TO SCHOOL !
state in America," Tyre said. and 8 pjn., Training Un- NT fTOR
He also served on the impor- ion 7 p.m., Midweek Service ,
tant Transportation and Finance- Wednesday 6 p.m. t.
, Taxation Committees. Church of God: Sunday School s s i '
"Believing that bee govern- 10 a.m., Worship services 11
ment is that which is closestto a.m. and 7:30: p.m., WPE Thurs- EAGLE LANTERN I CAMAY MEN'S MEN'S CREPE SOLE MEN'S BANLOH
day 7:30 .
the people, I presented the : p.m.Highland r'R'S'
Home Rule Law of 1969 in the Baptist:Sunday School SOAP LEATHER FLIGHT LOAFERSBOOTS SOCKS
House," Tyre said.He also hand 9:45: a.m., Worship Services 11
led legislation such as setting a.m. and 7:30p.m.: ,Prayer meet- White and colors Ornament Rich Cordovan styling Comfortable ., i :
ing Wednesday 1 "
guidelines for determining use Leather (Ilned.L eather shade stretch sock '
of property between the waters by choir practice. AMp t SLI. U It hI II' uppers and soles.Handsomely Assorted

edge and reparion owners line, PERSONALS SIMILAR TO ILLUSTRATION l .. styled. / ,
letting counties use more gas Mrs. Joyce Futch was dinner Complete with 4 batteries. /RN'' LIMIT + Favorite black. ;y Sine 10 to I3
tax monies for the employmentof guest of Mr. and Mrs. William 3 RlOULAt Sizes + Sines YOU
7" long. Blue plastic.
road engineers, full or part Parrish in Middleburg on Tuesday BARS IOR i 6"' to 12. 6'h' to II, SAYE 13<
time, "giving, cities the opportu- of last week. A
nity to participate in the state Mrs. D.J. Putney and daughter SAVEUI
retirement system,expanding tax of Jacksonville spent Thurs- \r ', SAVE 108 00
base for more equal taxes, and day with Mrs. Mamie Futch and / 4 fiLl :
also putting school funds moreon Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Futch and 4
the state's shoulders. children.
"It was my pleasure in 1969- Mrs. J.O. Pons and sons of I .suss- .ecus r
70 to be a part of the powerful Tallahassee spent last week with u
coilition of Conservation Florida Mr. .w.
Mr. and Mrs. B.E. Reddish. EAGLE
Democrats that I feel changedthe and Mrs. Reddish and grandson,, ry r1 ALUMINUH MEN'SPERMANENT LADIES'JAMAICA

course of the 1970 session," Michael Reddish, returned with 6 FT. AIR I : : x PRESS o
Tyre said.During Mrs. Pons and spent the week- ,, C M ;
the six years Tyre has end with the family at Alligator MATTRESS pP a yam. PANTS SHORTS
served in the Mouse he has received Point. 5
a number of awards Including .. 21" K 1Y' T81e.aYlrr r Weai. ,
Mrs. Thelma Kellant ef Jacki I ''t' M :; Naflly. Sold I wash n
election as president of "sonvllle spent Sunday with her '' "r' r.. PelelgN 1 7.00 to lO.OOPr,**. t i Solid A prints
35 new members in the 1965 uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. + Fun in the pool wi9Rd'twto't lfiafbSl ',tell fide a, *. FAMOUS MAKER' 100 Cotton. +.nor
I Legislature, and selection as one O.J. Anders. lazing at AN P r '' ,3'r tl Icr ghbeN 'r Superbly tailored Sizes B to 16. .

of the two members recognized as Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hinote the beach. Mn,'ca lnz i ,
best flaw-finders in legislation and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Briggsof In/latabl.with 'MM friflW*ft VMl f.1 ,vv, dlYldhw, .. l U5HSJfSJ ,
Solids, checks
In 19C7 and again in 1969 he >
was Sebring, visited Mrs. O.J. built-in pillow ..: ,
a *
Xltlt) AMI l.e t YeulAVs 4alt and plaids.
designated as speaker pro tern for Phillips on Sunday. They were .
the term of 1971 and 1972, being enroute to their homes from YOU EpNE Sizes 28 to 38. YOU SAVE 605 r rSAYE

presented awards including Canton, Ohio where they spenta 214
honorary life member of Law week's vacation at a lake cot-
nforcement, Officers of Florida,
a special award from Court tage.Mr.. and Mrs. Inez Purvis and /
Clerks of Florida, the Sheriffs daughters of Cottonwood Ala. O1 r .. 911GNTr.e.
Bureau, and the Florida Cabinet. ,., sa1Y INNEGa.I
were weekend guests of Mr. and C kxaA
Mrs. Eugene Pearson. I ,
Miss Arthurlne Blanchard of :
S. Goodman Jacksonville visited Miss Enza a TGIRLS'

Blanchard over the weekend: FOAM U CULOTTE
Seeks 2nd Mr. and Mrs. James Hall of 20
Maxville were visiting Mr. and SWIM 3 SPEED PAJAMAS
Mrs. J.D. Clark the first partof
BPI TermIncumbent last week. RINGS EAGLE *
Mr. and Mrs. Wallen Sapp and Permanent Press. sq
Leslie of Jacksonville were Sun- 18" Pool Ring. FANS Lovely, coloiful
Seeber Goodman, + Kiddy water fun prints with
day visitors of Mrs. A.C. Pearce.Mr. .
Starke station operator, has been and Mrs. J.R. Devore, Allows children + S blades. M lace I trim.
re-elected to the District 5 seaton David and Teresa, spent Wed- to float and play ,,,,, + Fionl & back s t + Sizes 4 to I/.
the Board of Public Instruction nesday of last week at Six Gun ; in water withconfidence. safety grille, l \
No 1 .
without opposition.
Territory In celebration of Tan '
Goodman, 48, qualified Friday, sa's 12th birthday anniversary. All :+ leaky valves. Model ,; ,t 1 1D
July 17, for his second term on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinklns Puncture proof... 7000 v
the school board. Jr. and David were visiting Mr. R YOU SAVE 625

experiences and Mrs. Paul Dinklns on Sun- YOU SAVE r
"Many gratifying
during the past four years and day. They were enroute to Ore- SAVE IBS I 380 1 h
where he will attend County
plenty of work yet to be done gon h '
Agents National Convention fora
primary reason for seeking -
are re-election my ," Goodman say*. week and visit points of Interest { t .
as they go and come.
"Providing the boys and girlsof Mr. and Mrs. S.C. (Bud) Harley -
Bradford County with an edu- Jr. spent Sunday with her 66 "
cation second to none is my mother, Mrs. Dolores Carmi- OVAL FACE MASKS I GIRLS'PERMANENT
main concern. This goal coupled chael, where they enjoyed a famIly e For underwater fun tin eXYS'' BOYS l/
with keeping the tax dollar In dinner In honor of her bro- Q .: .
proper prospective Is a task ther, Rev. Archie Carmichael, a; and Panoramique scuba enthusiast scopic HA1FWXER I IVY AN T S
in celebration of his
worth seeking. birthday lens. PRESS
Metal bound. ''
anniversary. \ : PANTS I. well Wlorad 11100%

Goodman was elected to the Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shufordand 4 YOUSAVE16s I easy-car* Cotton, BLOUSES
I school board in 1966 to the post children, Mr. and Mrs. 1 s/A 100Cotton. Popular tolld color*. 1
vacated by the retirement of George P. Shurford, and Mrs. .; ?epular.eUdf. Sires 6 to ld. 77% Cotton, 231 Polyester
Ethan Sapp. Hester Hicks were visiting in / p ilaN 1 "T "
Roll-up sleeves 1
St. Augustine on Sunday. r
-YOU You
Attractive print and solids.
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-........... -- ---------------. a styles.
: Sizes 7 to 14.

: Vote For / 1
t'4'P YOU SAYE 185

i i i r\ GEORGE e .. 1 \
Decreases pH of pool water. ,
JR. :
I l W. *. Regular use will insure 3 1
: < I. rY

.. FOR : 10 LatS pool bather protection.comfort andZe6 ._ ___ (I '
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I y County Commissioner! "' may" YOU SAVE lie h v


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: lionil )B.ickirriMind; Tn Sene You* ranKiCco 1 steel head. gold finished folfball j BOTTLE OF 25 QQA Slides
w and round glass ashtray, set into easily
1. Ile+;1. C t square walnut finished wood base \ i LIMIT s 69$ VALUE 00 V under bed
with one open side for convenient

: EXPERIENCE One Term on Bradford County : rTi G.E. HAND YOU SAVE I 100 storage.

! Commission. One Year as Chairman. J MIXERS AMMENS POWDER YOU

I : BUSINESS EXPERIENCE Manager and part S t ; ;.: sa I I 6250X. SAVE IIMI <
C. Wall Insurance!' Agency. Wife Sand 3 speed motor. LIMIT 2 '
e owner of Harold Finger lip control. L t 58 C I
, : I owner and operators of Nancy's Flowers. J Model M 17. eoa:: L 94cVALUE I

I. Born and raised in Bradford County. Graduate :

i j I : of Bradford High School; Graduate of University : 1 I / / ,. 1 I I

: of Florid' with Degree in Business Administration. .
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i 1 FFA Chapter Free Gifts Must Be Just That:

Gold Head Park To Maintain
Free, With No RestrictionsA

OJ SCS EquipmentThe
Fun For ...... farm equipment owned by new consumer protection The legislation is Interpreted

FamilyBy ..:' the Bradford County Soil Con- now In effect has a significant to mean that Items or services
advertised as being
servation Supervisors will be Impact) on many Florida business deceptively

Barbara Hill ervations needed to be 'in by maintained by the local chapter enterprises now advertising and partially fact or be entirely free to"free"consumersIn mustIn

April to assure a cottage dur- of the Future Farmers of Amer- otherwise conducting business In Florida.

'.1 ,, ica under an agreement reached the state
ing the three summer months. : advertise-
Gold Head Branch state park Pelllcer also lamented the removal .;- ..... .J,, ._rk' recently. Known as the "Florida Free ments Examples which offer: "Free" sew-
certainly shows evidence of the of the heavy handmadeoak .J.Jenlarge C.M. Huntley soil conservationist Gift Advertising Law Itprovides machines with the purchase
nationwide trend toward camp furniture from the nine original :...w--- "..- .. P' said that the agreementwas that goods or services advertised of a cabinet or service con-
as being entirely or -
-- reached with Paul Hutch- partially
vacation. cabins--cabins and furni-
for the family which
ing "Free" vacations
Tents In all sizes and shapes ture built by WPA labor duringthe Ings FFA adviser whereby the "free" must be Just that-- tract; "Free
Swimming And Camping At Gold Head require payment money;
Future Farmers will scheduleand "without further obligation orrequirement
late 30s and still In good
awnings (some complete with of consideration in require payment of money;
route the equipment and collect
screening, pickup campers, mi- shape says. "Free" books or records with
this to 100. Pelllcar rental fees. The FFA Chap any form
In the three camping
niand midi-camper trailers areas and the concession stand has nucleus of the 114 acres that The 1970 Legislature approvedthe the purchase of a book or record
Interdenominational church ter will receive half of the
tables, grills and water Is available says. pro
vans, and 'younameIt'they- for each of the 107 camp services are held in the am- groceries and prepared foods became one of the seven first fits from the operation. bill, and it became law on club membership and
're part of the recreation scene and cold drinks. During the "Free" stereos with the
sum- state parks in 1936. June 21. The new law providesthat pur-
owned the
sites, as well as restrooms with phitheatre Sunday mornings from Equipment by supervisors -
at the park.Overnight. showers and laundry facilities. 9 to 9:30 with the Starke Ministerial mer months lifeguards are on Gold Head Branch Is the stream Includes a fertilizer distributor the consumer Is allowed chase of records.The .
campers numbered According to the equipment of Alliance providing prea- duty from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. that meanders along the ravine rotary mower weed to accept "in writing" any item law itself provides that any
33,933 out of total 110,451 attendance seven days a week. Bathhouse to this law
a wishing use
lead from park- of Itemor person
where a or
the they also have chers each week.Reservations steps chopper and a cultlpacker. service or portion
campers may
from July I, 1969 through should be made facilities are being remodelled, ing area to the foot. Overheard .service which is advertisedas to accept one of these "Free"items
June 30, 1970. Both figures are their own awning to put over the and lockers and showers in the must IN WRITING acceptthe
comments from several child- free and the consumer
elaborate ahead for group camping facilities ,, may
picnic table simple or
down from the previous year: bathhouse have been removed. offer. The law referred to
the stream the free without
cookstoves and coolers of as well as family camp ren Investigating were accept offer,
115,878 total and 34,348 over- their own, and miscellaneousmeans sites. This year a reservation Seven summer employees have "This is frozen!" and "Is there Vet NewsMany being required to purchase any- is Cited as CHAPTER 70-164
nights from July 1, 1968 through been added to the full-time staffof snakes?" thing. LAWS OF FLORIDA.
has been set for the
of sleeping and eating system up
June 30, 1969. According to Superintendent eight this The "Free" Commissioner of Agriculture
from insects. The 47 picnic pavilions at the park, also year. regular Remains of an old dam and as defined by the law.,
away camp
T.W. Pelllcer most sites with electricity rent for for a $5.20 fee. The lar- staff of superintendent assist- mill mark the site of a gristmill Includes the use of "words or Doyle Conner said that his department
of the drop In overnights is In ana superintendent, clerktypistand Vietnam veterans are not
$3.12 a night, and those with- gest pavilion on Pebble Lake \ cotton gin and sawmill groups of words. .which reasonably through its Divisionof
the cottages at the parkthis was cut from former taking advantage of Veterans Administration
rangers a -
out, $2,60.Two will accommodate about 100 and which were operated years ago lead a person to believe Consumer Services intendsto
summer only running 35-40 per- group camping areas attract smaller groups in the other pa- staff of 13, PellIcer says by waters of the stream. R.H." Insurance that he may receive, or aggressively enforce this new
cent occupancy. of 10-100 from vilions. when concessions and cottage Marilyn Martin, district naturalist available to them according to has been selected to receive law. He also said the Depart-

Cottage rentals are off since churches groups colleges, scouts -- There are grills and tables rentals were leased to private serves several parks In M.T. Dixon director of the Division something of value entirely or ment will make every effort to

the state leased them to a pri- adult and youth organizations for 3,000 in the picnicking area management. State employeesstill this section of Florida and Is of Veterans Affairs. in part, without a requirementof see that Florida citizens are

vate vending company last No- the "fire circle" or amphi- overlooking the swimming, beach police the grounds of the available as guide for garden Veterans returning to Vietnam comparison In any form from made aware of their rights under -
vember, he says--obviously because theatre in the and boating in Lake Johnson. entire park however he pointed clubs and other groups inter- with service incurred Injury or the recipient. Itburied
the rents were more than one group camp out, as well as continuing ested In nature trails throughthe disease and so rated by the VA
doubled to the present $90 plus ing site has a present capacity Bicycles canoes paddleboatsand maintenance of the outside of park. She also takes speak- are given the opportunity; to buy:
rowboats all for
tax per week. Other years, res- of 50, and they hope soon to are rent, the buildings.: ing engagements for civic or- ing the low cost Insurance Dlxon Ambassador Belcher And Wife

With the new state constitu- ganizations Interested in nature says.
tion in effect, the park is now Veterans rated service-con
under the Division of Recreation programs.Scuba diving in Sheeler Lakeis nected for their condition check Escape Death In Peru QuakeTaylor

Our editorial and Parks which Is under a relatively new addition to with their local County; Veteran
the Department of Natural Re- park attractions. Fed by three Service Officer, nearest VA office

sources. The official name of small springs In the south end or write Dixon at P.O. Box G. Belcher a career the towns of Yungay and
the park is the Mike Roess Gold where it's approximately 83 feet 1437 St. Petersburg for detailson diplomat and grandson of the Ranrahlrca killing an estimated -

Head Branch State Park, named deep the clear-water lake is Veterans Administration R.H. late Col. and Mrs. J.L. Frazee 20,000 persons-- about 40
I Point of f view I for the man who donated the ideal for scuba diving training. Insurance. of Starke is now serving as per cent of the entire earth-

Ambassodor to Peru, and he quake toll. It began with the
and his family narrowly escaped sliding of a mass of glacialice

injury or possible death, in the and rock about 3,000 feet
FarmersSummertime earthquake of May 31, which has wide and a mile long. As It
DiaryCommission been described as one of his- swept down, dropping 12,000 feet
tory's worst disasters vertically In a distance of nine
Ambassodor Belcher and his miles frictional heat turned the

family were at their weekend Ice to water and the debris to
Is here sure e- establish"bulk- home Just out of Lima when they a muddy mixture that hit Yun-
Fire Protection For KingsleyA nough, and it has been hot Just head" or boundary line betweenthe heard the rumbling and felt the gay at speeds up to 248 milesan

about everywhere Including'atthe private and the stateownedland. ground shake from effects of the hour.
tobacco markets where pri- earthquake which struck hardest Following the disaster the Bel-
ces got up in the 80centapoundbracket chers converted the formal dining
Forestry Service it is estimated that r in the Huaras area some
group of public-spirited men in and even higher. The 200 miles away. An estimated room of the U.S. Embassy intoa
the Kingsley Lake area who are interested $10,000 will be needed for equippingthe average price per pound reached A 80,000 persons were Idlled,200 packing center for food and
and truck with hose, pump, and other 75 cents or so and the indica- 000 Injured clothing for the victims. They
in fire protection con- In that connection the Alachua and a left
banded necessary items, an alarm system, tion is that this year's crop County Commission has Invitedour homeless also were hosts to Mrs. Richard
cerned the lack of it have
over uniforms for the firemen and con- may set new records both for board and other officials The Belchers had been scheduled Nixon who was sent to Peru

together to organize the Kingsley Lake struction of a building. Some assist- poundage and for revenue to the By Sam McGarveyThus involved, to meet and discussthe to be at Huns on that data by the President, along with two

Volunteer Fire Department. The ance is anticipated on the last item growers. steps that should be taken but a fortunate change of plans plane loads of supplies.
Charter for the organization has been the increase will amountto to protect Santa Fe lake. The had put them there three weeks Ambassador Belcher Is the son
approved in Tallahassee and all legal from county funds since it has been 0s 20 cents for every $1,000 Bradford commissioners have earlier. of Mrs. Miriam Frazee Belcherand

technicalities have been taken care the practice of Clay County to budget of taxable assessments after accepted the Invitation but no The tremendous mountain avalanche has many relatives In Starke
for the of each Another "hot" topic Is the deductions for Homestead Ex- Including the Canova, Alvarez
be $2,000 annually use date for the meeting has been triggered by the earthquake -
of. Only one problem remains to department in the county. effect of the southern corn emption or other claims or onlyan set yet. brought' devastation possibly and Walnwrlght families. As a
solved before the department can con- blight on this year's crop and additional $1 if you are now surpassing the eruptionof youth, he frequently visited here

sider itself "in business" and readyto the earlier estimate of a $10 paying on a $5,000 assessment 0 Mount Vesuvius In 79 A.D. with his grandparents the Fra- i
The recent loss of two nice homeson loss been doubled
million has by
tackle its vital duties in the Kings- that burled the city; of Pompeii; zees.
ley Lake area-- and that problemis Kingsley Lake has pointed UD the farming officials. And the experts 0 At issue Is the rights of the according to U.S. geologists. The 50-year-old diplomat, a I
in have announced that the estimated native of New York City was
finances.A need for adequate fire protection property owners vs. the rights They that 80 million
the all-Important one of this heavily populated areaespecially corn harvested may be fed to Another dispute over a dredge- of the public,' and needless to cubic feet of water mud, and appointed last year by President

since of the homes are vacantin stock without danger providing and-flU operation has been going say when they clash there is rocks' slammed Into the village Nixon to succeed AmbassadorJ.
letter has gone out to interested many normal precautions'' are takenas on for some time between a pro- usually a real battle. It of Yungay from the icy mountain Wesley Jones In the delicate
the winter and without even the with any type of feedstuff to perty owner Swan lo- Bel-
persons and property-owners in the on Lake as if the setting of lakefront slopes Peruvian post. At that time
area requesting their financial supportfor small protection that an owner-occu- be sure there is no mold present -ated a few miles east of Mel- boundary lines (for non-- "A mud floe of such proportion cher was serving as Ambassador -

the of equip- pant can give.It ose, and state officials. The private lakes only) will even- originating from a ice floe to Cyprus where he had been
purchase necessary State owns the bottom of the tually be settled In indicates a geologic process nev- since 1964. He has also servedIn
ment and the construction of a fire lake and Trustees of the Internal er before ..recorded" according diplomatic posts in Scotlandand
is believed that
by Kings-
house on donated property at Kingsley response And while on the subject heat Improvement Fund made 000 to the geologists avalanche Canada.
Lake. ley Lake property; owners will be this month certainly isn't goingto up of State Cabinet officers, will

almost 100 per cent favorable to this be any cooler because of the have to decide If the property A
storeowner in North Carolina
request for and other inter- election campaigns now in prog- owner built seven homes on land up -
Associate membership dues in the funds ress. So if you think it is hot, belonging to the state. The Cabinet has a unique garden It DuPont Acquires Dade Wholesale
ested contribute
wish to
persons may is located on the roof of the
department are $10 per yearbut pity the poor perspiring candI- is
scheduled to hear the
because of the big expense involvedin from a human instinct of wishing to dates who have to make the rounds case on Aug 11. store. It seems the store has Large TractIn Stock Bought

effective and efficient help with a worthwhile, progressive for the next month or so, askingfor a concrete roof which expanded Clay County BylNTERCO
equipping an project. support In the primaries. 0 in the summer heat, so a
fire department as soon as possible layer of sawdust seven inches

donations of any amount either largeror 000 The other deep was put on It. Then, when E.!. DuPont de Nemours &
smaller are urgently needed and Whether you received a letter or of case involves the wind gusts removed most of the Co., of Wilmington Del., operators INTERCO Inc., of St. Louis
at this time. not, If you wish to contribute to the The mlllage for 1970-71 taxes Ridge subdivision work at the Seminole Santa- sawdust, the owner planted com of llmenlte mines at Starke Mo., has announced acquisitionof

requested Kingsley Lake Volunteer Fire Depart- has been set, with the county Fe Lake as ordered by on the state In it as a windbreak. And now and Lawtey,and other widespread the outstanding capital stockof
the little roof garden is planted Interests has exercised options Dade Wholesale Products Inc.
ment contributions be mailedto commission holding the line on At
may agency. present the
Even if a truck is obtained without its levy and the school board developers with watermelons and a 40- to purchase a 2,200-acre Industrial from Lum's of Miami for $8.5
of that
Route 1 Box 414-B Starke subdivision
Fla. are try foot row of site at Fleming" isiana million
expense through cooperation with the going up by 2/IOths of a mill. ing to get the Bradford County potatoes along with cash.
the corn. south of Jacksonville in Clay Dade Wholesale with general
County. The tract Is located on offices and central warehousing

U.S. Route 17 between Orange in Miami, operates a chain of
I Wrap food carefully before put Park and Green Cove Springsand 121 retail discount stores including -

Too Hot For PoliticsWith It's a woman's ting it in the freezer. Improperly Is made up of three contiguous one In Starke under the

:r; :' wrapped packages will allow properties that are being name of Eagle Discount Stores
': :..: air to enter and draw moisture purchased from the Clay County selling primarily clothing
the mercury hovering in the for school opening approaches early 'I1fJfff@! & from the meat. If the meat Is Industrial Development Commission household appliances, health and

high 90's half the population awayon next month, and harried mothers try- jPT1iPICKLED dry and less flavorful than it St. Regis Paper Co., and beauty\ aids gardening supplies

vacation and the other half irked ing to get their small fry back into should be--that's "freezerburn" Jubilee Farms. The site also etc.Eagle
Packages should be vapor Includes the former Fleming Island Sales amounted to $45
about to home and shoes have to and
having stay work again, stop answer By Martha Sue McCain proof wrapped (In heavy alumi- Airfield. million last year and net earnings -
the September primaries appear to the door bell and face another swel- County Extension num foil or heavy freezer paper) were in excess of $1.1 mil

be a big bust, as far as voter interestis tering politician, looking for votes.A Home Economics Agent and all possible air should be Spokesmen for DuPont said the
eliminated. Double thicknessesof company was at this time lion.Dade
concerned. to release details of employmentfigures will become the tenth
fall primary was tried once before waxed paper should be placed start-up date of the o- major operating division of INTERCO -

After all, who can become inter- and was quickly changed backto PEARS venters and cores. Boil pears between aticMnar chops or patties to prevent peration or the nature of the and plans are being
(Yield: 7 to 8 pints) for 10 minutes in water to cov- together. product to be developed for the continued expansion -
ested in hot political issues when spring when it proved just as un- manufactured.They
Two quarts sugar 1 qt. vine- er. Use 1 pint of this liquid said the start of activities could of the Eagle chain
half of our working time and prac- popular then as it is proving to be gar (white), 1 pt. water 8 2- in place of the pint of waterin be anywhere from six months the opendlng of additional stones

tically nil of our leisure time must now. Inch pieces stick cinnamon, 2 recipe above. Finish in the 8 Game ArrestsIn to six years. in a wider area.Senator .

be spent in efforts to keep cool. tablespoons whole cloves 2 tablespoons same way as Seckel pears. Makes 6-Mo. Here
Its a wonder. that some smart whole allspice 8 about 8 pints. They expressed the opinion that
pounds ((4 or 5 quarts) Seckel the plant would be engaged the Friday
i So far during the present "campaign" politician hasn't added, plank to his
pears. PEAR RELISH Eight hunting fishing and boating manufacture of a finished
product -
if such a lack-lustre effortcan platform pledging anNa.ll-out effortto Combine sugar, vinegar water Five quarts prepared pears law violation arrests were rather than in the pro- Brings CampaignTo

be called a campaign we have get the primary dates changed backto and stick cinnamon; add 5 medium-size onions, 3 sweet made in Bradford County\ for duction of raw chemicals, and Starke Area

yet to hear a single personcandi- Mayor April or even une-- cloves and allspice that are tied red peppers, 3 sweet green peppers the six-month period ending In added that the company would

date or voter-- speak a good word at the earliest possible date. In a clean, thin white cloth. 4 cups sugar 1 tablespoon June. meet or exceed any pollution
Bring to a boll and simmer turmeric I tablespoon salt 5 standards set by the state or
for changing the primaries from Mayto Alachua County with State
227 Senator
covered about 30 minutes. elder vinegar 2 table arrests federal government Elmer Friday
September. Voter Irritability\ will We'll bet he would be elected on ', Wash pears remove skins and mixed whole spices. spoons for violations led the list Democratic candidate for Attorney -

probably become worse as the time the strength of this one issue alone. ,all of blossom end. Stems may Peel and remove cores from In-the 16 county region, accordIng Although officials indicated the General, met friends and
be left on if desired. To prevent pears. Grind pears in food chop to a report Issued by Cap Initial plant might not utilize supporters at a coffee last Fri-

peeled pears from darkening during per. Peel onions and grind in tain Frank Johnson enforcement more than SO to 200 acres, they day morning at the Garden Res-

preparation, immediately put food chopper.) Remove seeds from supervisor for the Game and explained their reasons for acquisition taurant.
them into>BQld water containing peppers and grind in food chop Fresh Water Fish Commdss of more than 2,000 acres Senator Friday of Fort My-

2 tablespoon>veach of salt and per. Drain Juice from peppers. A on both sides of U.S. 17 ers is chairman of the Important
The Bradford County vinegar per gaUbo. Drain Just Combine pears onions peppers total of for 663 arrests were reported and extending to the St. Johns Rules and calendar Com-
Before using s. region- Baker follows mittee of the Florida Senate
.- sugar turmeric salt and vin- River as :
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Il Add to the County 23. Clay 43. Columbia and has the fourth highest seniority -
pears belong
Add (tied
syrup egar. spices loosely 22
-==-. ;: and continue simmering foe 20 in a cheescloth bag and lightly 27, Dixie Hamilton 47, Duval 43. Gtlchrtst 1 Necessary security.; 3- ; In the Senate. He also
1879 to 25 minutes Pack hot pears pounded)). Cook 30 minutes. 12, Lafayette 13, Parking and complimentary o- served as a county\ Judge anda
into clean, hot pint Jars; add Remove spice bag. Pack into Suwannee Levy 38, Madison: 13. Nassau 27. perations. 3-- An overwhelmingdesire Juvenile court Judge in Lee
F one 2-inch piece cinnamon per hot.pint Jars leaving 1/2-inch 44, Taylor 68, and to cooperate with the community County prior to being electedto
Union 8.
,..... \
Jar and cover with boiling syrup headspace. Wipe Jar mouths and ; u "good neighbors"4- the Florida Senate.
MMINFLORI 4'11.81'" to 1/2 inch of top of Jar. Ad- adjust lids. Process in boiling Continuing expansion as Justified A native of Polk County; Sen.
I find my delight in thycommandments. Just Jar lids.Process water-bath canner 10 minutes 150 arrests were made for by economic: conditions Friday graduated from the University

A ESS (Psalms in boiling water for -v, various hunting law Infractions market demands In Florida, and \ of Florida Law School
119:47) 20 minutes (start to count processing FOOD CUPS the most common being unlawful the southeastern U.S. and has been a practicing attorney

ASS 0 1T ON Divine order in mind, body time as soon as water Do you know why white asparagus possession of a gun in a for the past 21 years
management area during
in canner returns to boiling. is more expensive to buy This would be the first DuPont During his visit here he was
and affairs means freedom Remove Jars and complete seal than green varieties? It is a closed season. An additional) 29 manufacturing plant In Florida, Introduced by County Judge! Ther-

from negative thinking. It if necessary. Set Jars upright, delicacy because It Is producedby arrests were made for hunting making finished product The on A. Yawn.
means that our minds are at night with a gun and light two nq
several Inches apart, on a wire mounding earth around the and 13 operating here ship -
peaceful and poised. As we rack to cool.Kieffer plant so that the stalk develops persons were Umenite ore to Wilmington for
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor-FubUaher\ affirm' this order we allow the pears are also frequently entirely underground. Usually unlawful possession of deer further prccsssIz2gplgmlab In me DuPont1wdae

Published each Thursday and entered a* Second fullness of all life all light and used for making fruit asparagus is more expensive than or turkey during closed s lace.In plant The Florida Citrus Commission

class Matter at the Foot Office at Stark. Florida all good to come to us. Let us pickles.To other vegetables because much addition, six vehicles were recently signed a 1 1/2 million
under Act of March 3rd 1879. accept the Idea that God i I. pickle Kieffer pears Use of the harvesting and prepara- seized in connection with night \ : price of the entire cSo11ar cOl1tract with Walt Disney
12 pounds pears and reduce vin- tion Is done hand. tract was not disclosed but 1,292acres World to make Florida citrus
by the
Subscription in trade area: 1 year, $5.00; Outside working in .nd through us and hunting violations. and 12 )boats
egar to 3 In .( the total were acquired official drink at the
cups recipe above. newest Florida
I trade area: 1 year, $3.50 that His good is being established Wash the pears, peel cut In sa and six outboard motor were" from the Clay County Development ..attraction.1f .
in our lives. seized as a result of ash trap
-- -- --- or quarters, remove hard vhtatinos.,. Authority; at "50 per acre. a-

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By Mr*, D. E. HUI

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Only about a dozen townspeople I II IJ
attended the town meeting last
Tuesday to find out what water
and sewage changes may be necessary -
and financially feasiblefor
the city of Hampton. '
Engineers from Perry McGtiff I I
Co. In Gainesville and Albert ,
Stevens of the Farmers Home
Administration reviewed state

systems requirements for Florida for water-sewage cities, and : LAR''PRCESWE{ : : : 'k :V'sp.i' r4l.i.; :
possibilities loan aid. of federal grant and Obp S70ati .. ....<. .. .,,< .. '", c.. '-,.,",.., :, '.lt"' "'' ... '$.,J4MPs" :."'

Councilmen present agreed to
submit an application for a fed- PRICES GOOD THRU AUG. 12
eral grant, which is expectedto Won't miss this Offer. -:
take several months for ap- ,; c,
proval. ,
Mrs. M.L. Watterson was pre- W-D BRAND FULL CUT ROUND
sent for the meeting, with Information GJi'a'l1asia liJ1fi'1..a
about the Hampton Wa- ; ,
ter Works. Engineers said that _
the present pipes and tank would
not meet size specifications re- FEATURED "PIECEAWEEK"GOOD

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Underwoodare 12CUP W NMINt 61.01U.
the parents of a daughter, S. CHOICE aI
Ruth Louise, born Wednesday, lull I ,
July 29, at Bradford County; Hospital [ -
In Starke. I <<, '
Mr. and Mrs. Wes Griffin and ONLY 39C r //
Phyllis, and Mrs. D.W. Swindell -
visited In Palatka Saturday with ,, LB.
Mrs. Swindell's sister, and her
family.niece, Mrs. Hallie[ Lewis, and WITH A $3.00 u

Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Hamel PURCHASEWD
are on vacation in the New Eng-
land states for two weeks, and
: :

Ranch. James at Vero Hinkle Beach Shiloh will Boys be RUG, 6 thru AUG.19 Stew Meat. LB.89C Calif. Roast LB 89 Shoulder Roast LB. $109]
guest speaker at Hampton Bap- G +cNr: ,
This worth 2.00 .Jfc4 .

Sundays.Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill spent '' ... COFFEE POT ,'., Pork Chops LB. 68C Rump' Roast.WD LB. $1" London Broil I LB. $139]


sota with his brother-in-law and tf' : PRICE 1p1; Pork Chops. 79C Cubed Steaks *)139 Chuck Steak La.79C
and sister family.Mr. Mr.. and Mrs.Gene Clouse ::65 YALUE COUPON LB. La. .

and Mrs. W.C. Collins
Chimney Rock N.C. from Wed ,
nesday through Sunday 1 _ti, F r
Women from Hampton Baptist :\\0
Church who attended a retreatat
Trinity; Baptist Camp east < WEEKLY VEATURE" >2AUG t

of Keystone Heights last week- 6 thru AUG. 19 Cr
end were Edith Herman, JoAnne ,
Hicks, Shirley Hamel, Dorothy This( Coupon worth $1.00 '"*v* ,, .'

Shealy, Janie Hicks, Martha '' '
Brown, Florrie Belle Brown, TWO SALAD
Jean Broome, Juanita Melton, f 1 Limit I Shortening oyour choice with. S.5.00
PLATES Limit 1 Deterp.nof your choice with S3.00 .
or more purchate excluding cigarette.SHORTENING
Norma Melton, Odessla Mc- ,.
1 !; or more purcht" .eluding
Conaghy, Dean Stinson, Juanita / b *2.99PRICE ,
Pearsall, Janie Sullivan, Dorothy COUPON ASTOR
Cubbedge, Mary Blrt[ Jo 51.00 vawe DETERGENT
Williamson, and Teresa Car-
ter.Mike .. ,.... ,,. 51.99 COUPON ARROW 3. cAN: 39cI'
Reed underwent .an-appendectomy I:.,v, ,bunt, / 1 /
at Bradford COUI.\M! 1 f s f ,
\ t 1 "
!s rylDtV GT. I.
Hospital[ last Thursday. w -. .".- \ BOX 39C
Mrs. E.D. Allen and Billy returned -
last Wednesday from a
week's visit with her parents, DIXIE DARLING LARGE SANDWICHBREAD
in Claremore, Okla. GT.
!'Itr. and Mrs. Calvin Richardand BOX
daughter of Ocala, Mr. and
Mrs. Joel R. Smith and familyof
Jacksonville, and Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Adkins Hampton
had a family picnic at Lake

Geneva Sunday. LB. CAN
f Limit: On.T.a of Your Choice W/$3/ Order Excluding Cagor.ttei

Jacksonville LOAVES 1t 11 1-LB: Tea Bags 100 BD CT% 88 Tarts. 3 11-01.PKG. $100 i


Tea Bags 1??; 68 DEL SI 00
BusinessDirectory Cf i

Sausage CANS. $100 Punch $1 Gr. Beans .5 NO 303 S 00
Gatorade 3jarsl I
Auto Sales and Service

HUNTS "". Dog Food 4's00' Towels .3 JUMBO $] 00
Parrish Motors Ketchup 39eLAV'N 1 ROLLS


SAVES SERVICE EACH3995 e 1 Dog Food 4-s00- Tissue 4 123CTPKGS..' $100Edgers


Alw rt Good Used Cars Quantity Rights R.t.rv.d
oml" i 1970 MB.
WINN stontv 'INC .corniani
'21 Laura St. Ph. 356-554 Stew : 99C49c
Rolls.2 Kfi29e;: PKG.


Cob PK. =
PEAVY Brother. 1

Electric Co., TOP QUALITY WHITE ((20 LBS. 99c) Rich .2 FOR QT $100]

Electric Motors
Sold! Serviced Repaired CONR GREEN

Generators Rewinding.4044 Lenox- Starters Jax. 387-2528 Armature 10. PeaS 5 PKGS.lO-oi: $100LBS. |


YAMAHA PIANOS Meat Pies .Z "1 ;;. $1))00
La.39c Tomatoes LB.29c 12 ".
. !Ice Cream 69eiiBsrs

Peaches 6 $1 2 6
IBS Cabbage Lemonade .9 : 99C


Plums . .4 LBS. sl i00 Orange Drink .3 ViGALBTLS. $1 Perch Dinner 3 901-; $100

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p, Safety Rules Sanford Ritch

CITIZENS SENIOR For Safe TVOperation Fn Services GainesvilleSanford Held QC($ CJG. -= -_

'" III "" t U 1fJ9 1& 1l1lff1f"'fllid I (fftff\1 t
Ritch, 73, of Gainesville :: ; ---
Birthdays have been Important died Saturday, Aug. I, in : _
occasions in the lives of If you want to watch tnose the Veteran's Hospital after an __- '.
people since we were cWldren. Christmas spectaculars on your extended illness.
This month of August we own television set not In some A native of Clover. SC, he FIRST PRESBYTERIAN:
have cause to celebrate the 35th nearby motel, or worse yet moved to Florida as a young Sunday School, 9:95amhiorn-
birthday of Social Security. maybe from a hospital bed BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ing Worship, 11 a.m. Youth
legislation was few safety rules you Florida State Prison and at Camp OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125.Northwestof Law- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Morn-
great there School 10
are a Sunday a.m.; Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Prac- i
andf 1404 E, Morn-
Bessent Road SchoolIOa.m.
into law Blanding during World War U, tey. Sunday Morning Worship and Communion -
conceived signed might heed, according to the Ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening tice, Wednesday 8 p.m. I IHev
under President Franklin D, Roosevelt Insurance Information Insti He moved to Gainesville over SundayPriesthood 8:30: a.m. Ing Worship, 11:15.: Sunday Night Service a.m. Evening services Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Robert D. Burch t
20 years ago where he was in Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacra Service, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30 Wednesday.Rev. "
One person In every eight of tute.The National Commission on the dry cleaning[ business until ment, 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m.Rev.. Worship service JC :Saunders p.m.;, pastor. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH[
our population receive SoclalSe- Product Safety says some 10,- his[ retirement several years ago. MondayMia 7:30: p.m. Albert Knight pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway -IOO A, Starke (Grlf-[
payments each month. Me was a member of the Metho- TuesdayPrimary 4:30: p.m. fis Loop).
curity 000 fires start each year !in TV PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
dist Church. WednesdayRelief Society. 10 Morning
There are many children and sets particularly color sets, Sunday School, a.m.
Surviving are his wife, Iris 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom- Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday Training Union,
people who were orphanedor ; M5JRIQN.CHBISTIAN>\t CHURCIF Worship at 11.
young which Is not considered a large
Jesse D, Branson Branch Worship, 11 a.m. Pre- School, 11 a.m. Morning Worship -
had disabled fathers who could a son, Sanford Jr., Gainesville; Ing Sunday School 10 Morn- 6:30: Evening Worship, 7:30.:
considering there a.m.
proportion J President.[ Services (Booster Band Young 6 p.m. Training Union 7pm.
have survived or have three brothers, Paul Ritch, Gastonia :Mid-week Prayer :Meeting[ Wed-
hardly Ing Worship 11
20 million in a.m. Evening
sets use.
are some )
and Prayer Service 8pm Evening Worship.
N.C. Jim Ritch Starke People, Don R,
up In these past years ; ; Worship, -James Shaw nesday, 7:30.: -Rev.
Corrections made in pastor -
are being Services
JORDAN Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Wednesday- 7:30: Prayer -
without the aid of our Social and Leslie Ritch. Reedvllle.N.C.; Drawdy, P' star.14SGSLEY .
sets still on the assembly line, three sisters Mrs. Gay whItener BAPTIST MISSION: Midweek Service, Wednesday, [ 1st and 3rd Wednesday
Security Of significant Program.Importance, in according to industry reports. Shelby, N.C.; Mrs. Mozelle U.S. 301 North, behind[ Tas- 7:30( p.m. Rev. John Strickland, night-1 p.m. Family night. LAKE BAPTIST
these days, Is the quality of Most fires start In the transformer Douglas, York, S.C.; Mrs. Ethel tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Pastor. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
our food, not only the elderly high voltage line or Haynes, Gastonia N.C. School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- BROOKER, FLA AIRPARK BAPTLST CHURCH Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship -
but for which must alternating switch, sometimeseven Funeral services were held vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer School 9:45 11 a.m.; Evening Worship
Rev. Jim
everyone Temple Sunday : am;
pastor. Sun-
after the set is turned off. at 10 Monday in Williams- Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- BAPTIST.CHURCH 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30:
be under the constant scrutiny a.m. (LOPE day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening -
of the Food and Drug Adminis The 25,000-volt current seems Thomas Chapel,Gainesville,with day.Leroy Highway 100 at Theressa) Superintendent. [ Worship, 7 p.m; Wed. Prayer Wednesday.
tration. at least partially to blame. Interment in Hillcrest Memorial Olive, pastor E.L. Sunday School ]10 a.m., Morn- Union, 6:45: p.m. Lowell Training Doug- Meeting and Dible Study, 7 Pastor, Rev. Robert West.

There are reports of adulter- First of THROW all if a WATER fire startsDON'S ON- Park. Griffls, associate pastor. ing Worship- a.m.; Training las, Director. Worship Services, p.m. Study on Book of Pcalma.CF .. NEW RIVER BAPTIST

ants and coloring matter being Union6:30 p.m.; Evening.Worship 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Prevatt, pastor Everyone
IT. Use of carbon or powder DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Outlaw Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
added to our meat products especially Lucian Thomas 7:15: p.m.Wednesday music[ director. Welcome.
and sometimes corners fire extinguisher !is recom BROOKER Night Prayer Ser- Worship, 11 a.m. Training
are cut by the addition of water mended. CALL THE FIRE DE Services Held Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- vices7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship
PARTMENT. Don't near Services[ 11 and 7 8 p.m. Wednesday nip'it' service,
which makes for weight but does go ship a.m. Packham, pastor.
not add nutritional value.In the set. Shock or electrocution I'n Fort MyersLucian p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- HEILBRONN BAPTIST< FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30: p.m. Every: ne welcomeL.I. ,
any CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N Sunday Service: Sunday School,
could result. tltev. Lacy Conway pastor. L. I'arker, pas i.
this respect are :
you [ 10:45
Sunday School 9:45a.m.Morn 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, :
Some preventive suggestions F. Thomas, 62, a former GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH
hooked two 1-Highercosts
ways: ; Ing Worship 11. Training Union a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
2- Less food value. are to have your technician resident of Bradford County CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn
It seems as though our legislators check the insulation when the died Sunday, Aug. 2, as a 422 N, St. Clair St., Starke. ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30: Sunday School, 10 a.m.[ Union Morning -
Midweek 11. Training ,
in Tallahassee would pro- set Is in for result of burns received in afire Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. Prayer Service, 7:30.: p.m.
that destroyed his homeIn 11 and 7:30 -Rev. L, Tommy Howe, pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30 Evening Worship, 7:30.:
duce a bill for dating perishablefood Services, a.m. : p.m.
such as sweet cream, milk Fort Myers. -Rev. Y.W. Kidd, pastor. .. ..
He is survived by his wife, r-------- --------- -- --- ---- .- r----r-.r
and the whole range of dairy well as three other guests I
products. These laws are in operation from the Keystone Heights[ Fel- Janet two sons and two daugh- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
In other states of the lowship Club, Mr. and Mrs.Han ters, and a sister, Mrs. Cleo OF STARKE I rwnyn 'tAgc ,
Union, why not >in Florida? son and Mrs. Helen Egan at out Andrews of Starke. West Weldon St. and Raiford rv.u, ; w1i"
What happened to the Taxi Industry last meeting. Funeral services were held Road I t
In Starke and Bradford Happy Birthdays were Mrs. at I p.m. Tuesday in Fort My Sunday School: 10:00 a.m,11:00: I '
County area? The elderly and Mary Allen and Joe Kerrigan. ers. a.m. C.A. Services: 7:00 p.m. Church t

the crippled are dependent on There were no wedding anniversaries Evangelistic Services.
some kind of transportation to In July. Wednesday: No Mld-Week
get groceries, drugs and other We hope Mrs. Eloise Olin will GOSPEL SING Service. PLANTS an, !
necessary shopping. These pea be well soon and able to joinus AT PLEASANT HOPE Pastor: T.E. Gilly
ple suffer much hardship their at our next meeting which The Christ Ambassadors Quartet ? I
inability to get around. will be Aug. u at 1 p.m. of Homeland, Fla. will sing SMYRNA MISSIONARY
We were happy to meet Mr.and at Pleasant Hope Methodist BAPTIST CHURCH
Mrs. Ernie Grlder's grandson, -Joe Kerrigan Church, 3 miles north of Starkeon 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- and WATERS. :
301, Saturday, Aug. 8, at 7:30 vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. .
p.m. The public is invited. Preaching, 11 a.m. Training I ''i
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Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship -
REVIVAL MEETINGAir 7 Everyone welcome. I The church plants the seed of faith, waters and tills .the soil. +f """'
REVIVAL -.. 7:30' NIGHTLY Park -Elder AG Flynn, pastor t
: Baptist Church, beginning '
: August 16 through August CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS I These are the things that a church can do. and no more "I j i t i iI

22, 7:30 nightly. CHURCH I then Cod provides the love and kfe-giving essentials The \
AUGUST 9.15 Rev. Percy Knight Evangelist. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning t

Special singing.Come and bring : Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- I growth then depends on the type of it l barren
your singers. vice 6:00: p.m. Evening Worship aI / t

Oak Grove Baptist Church : G.F. Prevatt Sr., pastor.NOW 7 Thursday night Prayer Mept 1 mediocre or fertile I Your life with God will grow according: t tto

Hwy 15 Between Camp Blending & Middleburg 7:30: p.m. your will and desire. t
EVERYONE WELCOME : BAPTIST "Bletted ;it the man that' walketh/ not in the counsel othe/ .

CHURCH I ungodly!!, nor ttandeth' in the may!! of/ sinners, nor sillclli in t
j Special Singing Nightly j Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ; --- -
Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- the teal' of/ the scornful./ But' hit delight' it in ,the lau of/ 'the "i1 h I II
ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training 'J

4 Bro. Don Drawdy, Evangelist J JJ Union, 7:30.: I lord and in hit law dolh he meditate' day!l and nijilil'! And .' i r .1"- ''i I a r, I II
t : ThursdayTeachers and Officers r .
__ Meeting 6:30.: Prayer I he shell he like a 'tree planted" by!I the ricers of/ UI.1"'r" ,_ -??" '' ri Ij';' '

Meeting 1:30.Edward: :! z: J;": .: I I.fir
i C. Harvey pastor.ST. I %' .

i CAMPER SUNDAY SCHOOL Tltf Church h Cod i oppoinltd" ogimr In Hin f! 2I y.:
J !MARK'S\ EPISCOPAL I ..,''d ,lot ipnotfing"' 'Iht lnHoltdgt, of H.I. Ion xiI c '
i COMPLETE! CHURCH, STARKE I lor' nun and ol,Hn donond,lot mon It tepees. t ,- '
1 KINGSLEY LAKE An entirely new Holy Eucharist.[ 1st and 3rd to 'root Ion br tome. hit mighooi Without, ,_ :h ,__ I I4fi
translation in the Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer 1 T1it Itiit grounding,, In'IKt lowt ol, Cod no govom-
i 2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m. f;: if war .1* Mo will,'1 long ; I
Next Door To New Klngaley Beach Fence. language of today. -John M. Flynn, Rector. tho "Iroodomi wMih no hold w r

Almost Across Street From 7.11 Store. Standard EditionIn :..B.nd r; .: .. .'. .ptrlili, thuoloio, o..n ; I
one volume ; .point'ol vlow,ono mould rappel I
EVERY SUNDAY The Old and New LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH I Iht uht ol""h. .,11...ol' dim, ;
Testaments $8.95 'TOIIN t\\o- Mil ond hit lams,. hand Hut,',
Sunday School, 9'S: a.m.;
With the Apocrypha I nary porion. inovld uphold and portiripolo, Intno ,N
Morning Worship, 11 p.m.; Eve-
9:30: 10:30: A.M. $9.95 huiih boioino H Illll tho each obautmon
ning Worship, 7:30: part; Midweek I .
WE HAVE COPIES: Bible Study Wednesday, l lift, diotti' and dot",. 'tin "truth .hllh, I
SEE US TODAY! 7:30 Bono will, ttl him, "hot to ,fin ot a child, ol
: p.m. I
COMPLETELY INFORMAL Be in church Sunday.Rev. Cod t

-- Aj t Mr.. So'.. "
-ewelry-GiCts | > (! ii i id "SE&gsffiaaWILLIAMS

Sponsored!' Bv Kng! !':lev Lake Baptist!' Church Starke, Florida 32091 GREATER WILL BAPTIST BETHLEHEMFREE CHURCH -------------- __ _____ ____ ____ ____t
and Florida Home Mission Board

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- School, 9:30: ; Morning Worship BRADFORD
.... ...o..o..a................. 11s; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service, JEWELRYOfficial SUPPLIES

pastor.6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams ABSTRACT CO. Inc. _

Class Rings
Featuring Ace Hardware
How to Better Service For Your
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Suppliesand

: write your own check : Activities STARKE for this week: BULOVA WATCHES Title Problems Sporting Cowls(

Sunday School 9:45.: Morning 142 W. Call St. Abstracts
: on our bank! : Worship at 11; sermon, "Deacon Starke Title Insurance "Check With Us First"
Material in a Church." Nominating Phone 964-7064

Committee 5:30: ; Training 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 219 Washington St. 9(51-5270(
Union 6:15: Evening Worship
; "
7:30: ; sermon "Serve the Lord STARKE 66"
with Gladness."
Monday Campers depart SERVICE FAULKNERGULF
for Panama City[ and Harmony -
.I Bay Music Camp, 8 a.m. Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 SERVICEAND

s .I Lottie Church Moon Circle meets at the Tire Tru.ingHeadlight # <-
7:30: p.m. with Mrs. tiC
S I Helen Crosby; chairman. Adjusting
.I Tuesday- Helen Masters CIr- 4 U.HAUL RENTALSTruck
cle, 9:30: at church, Mrs. Flo- Brake Service c:>
,. .I rede Speer leading. Junior Summer :.,-." Trailer
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.I Music Activity, 2 p.m. Ida Wheel Balance and
s Darby Circle, 3 p.m. home of Complete Lubrication
Mrs. Floyd Green with Mrs. Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964611124HR. !
.I L,G, Powell presiding; Lorena PROMPT ROAD SERVICE Slinor TuneUpsto1'
Epperson Circle 3 p.m., homeof
Mrs. Eva Anderson. X_ Temple[ Avenue
Ethel Al] Minor
.I Biggs Circle. 7:30: p.m., home WRECKER SERVICE
.I of Mrs. Vernon Sllcox. 617 N. Temple Avc Starke Hiway 301 and 100 PHONE 964-5899

.I WednesdayFamily Night Sup IUO I-
per, 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting S. Temple Starke
RA Meeting, 6:30: ; Teachers and BRADFORD COUNTY

.I Officers Meeting, 7:15: ; Church FLORIDA
It doesn't take much time to open a personal checking Choir Practice, 8:15. TELEGRAPH
account. Stop in on your lunch hour, fill out a couple ThursdayYouth leave for \
of forms, and you're all set. Your own personal checking .I Jacksonville to attend musical, OFFICE SUPPLIESTYPEWRITERS) 1PESTOMTROi
account makes it easier to keep track of your budget "Life," 6 p.m. Visitation 7pm. EDWARDSGrocery
S And cancelled checks are automatic receipts. So come ;

in today and start your checking account. MADISON STREET ADDING MACHINES and Market

BAPTIST CHURCH Groceries Meats Feed ti tHEW a tA.
Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning
Worship ll; Training Union 6:15: ; PHOTOCOPIERS) : : from ...... GAS AND OIL
WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Eve U alas rare tile drydcwy\ out

: FLORIDABANK : ning MondayYouth Worship, 7:30.: Choir Prac- or paper work. Jack and Gladys Edwards 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.

tice, 7 p.m. ueoAt.PAVROU.. lroarta. U. S. 301 South Starke Phone 961-5745 for FREE

: AT STARKE t tj : Practice.WednesdayJunior 7 p.m. Choir urvELorss PHONE 964-5312 Inspections and Estimates

Practice 5:45; RA, GA, Sun

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. : er beams Meeting YWA, ,7:30:WMS; Church, 6:30: ; Pray Choir CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

: One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group : &Practice:3u. Deacon's Meeting Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our :Members Live Bettei

.... .............. ............. -Denton Sumrall, Pastor Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 4734911r

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TOWN OF BROOKER Set ...... Clmltt CIo.rt" ft.. N 178'. W 123."' toPOB. pels In which anlmalH are bred. ate, lying and beln* In Bradford
BROOKER, FLORIDA ... .. JadlcUt-: C1'; '"'. SEC: S4-83-22E. raised housed or maintained, Count Florid to-win .OTlCtll or INTENTION!' TORtc01TRR .
t I uVadfordl : Name In which assessed Mid for use;'> lMt exclusuve of Section' 1.
i And For Ceamty.Florida. any : PICTITIOV* JVAM' :*
CommunityNews Inc. VtlpOf.N1"t;: :
mate Homes. disposing of ;
I | methods for ; 'I'o Bane 21 Notice Is hereby given that
All of said property being In
a penalty
GENERAL FUND Dlroreo"princess dead animals. Providing X."t.
Aet' for the County of Bradford.. State effective the undsrslrned. under the provisions
.. C; of Florida. : providing an The aid property. togetherwith of Chapter; 30..6 Laws
.. PlaIn. 4at. all the tenements herealments -
Lea Prida-en.
BUDGET REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES nt Florida. Acts of 1941. will
Unless such certificate or eel'tlfl..te. hand and the
Ds.fenbant. Witness my and appurtenances ,
Emmett Prldeen
re.ter' with the Cleric of the)
shall be redeemed ee.
FOR CALENDAR ;; sal of said BOArd this 3rd hereto belonRing. or In any*
Circuit Court .In and for Brad-
YEAR 1971 InTli. Nam. Of Th. State Of cording to law the property da.acrlbed day of Au u.t. 170. wise appertaining; )Is to be ford County Florida. upon
In .uch
Florida certificate or. .SEAt.. ) old In order to effect a party! of publication of this not-
ili certificates will be sold to thehighest ,. D. Oreen. as Clerk of and Interest proof
TO: Defendant In the above man tlon of the rights tee the flotltlous name. of
bidder at the Courthouse
a>tyled Mid Board at the parties to this suit tonnhorn Restaurant, under A
I :REVENUERoad EMMETT uRiDaEN. whose r.- door on the' 2nd MondayIn "By: : Inman P. Green therein. All of the parties to which I am enraged. In builness
Month of September.: 1970 ft 6.6r.
mence 1.11700'li this suit may ba bidder at
at Highway 301 South
t : which Is the 14th day of Sep. .
Jeffleraoii Boula.ioo aale. a* wen a. any oth.rIntere..ted
West the
... By Elizabeth Given. Walker & Bridge Fund $ 246.56Ad "arel tember. 1970. personaInman Fouler M Betty Hayes. Owner
Taxes 1833.25 California 9001S this 20th day of July t. *fc.. Clremlt Cear Eighth D. Oreen. Clerk of Dated this gth day of July
Valorem Angeles( It'fote :A. D. 1970 at Starke. Bradford .
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.1 You are hereby notified that Circuit Court. Bradford County ,
960.00 County: Florida. 7-18 tip I.'
Fees Tnman D. GramClerk .
Garbage ult for dlvorea ot the marrlnq.between 'e Bradford Count r. Florida.Case Florida
I GIRL SCOUT CAMP will serve breakfast to families Unpledged Cig Tax .IQW.OO l ,, you and the Plaintiff.1 of Circuit Court of ; N. T4O iii :Beulah M. Moody.

I TIM Girl Scouts In this area for a donation. The menu will TOTAL REVENUE 4039.81 Prlnceai against Lee Prlda-en.ava Defendant.has been Bradford Cuunty.8-6 Florida 4t 8-27 Brooktns.Eula Brookins her husband.and FranK Plain, _._Y,..++SY,+ h1S .....----...7-80-..,.-.-.U---JO---.--,.______.__________h h___h_______
I will be enjoying two weeks of consist of grits eggs bacon, filed t>y Princess you Lee PMduen. as tiffs ".. Early B. Thomas etal. :'-:;';':';';';';':':';;;':':''';';';,;:;:;:;;;:; :::;;,;;;:;;.<:::::;:::-KKK: :: :;;::-;::;:K *> :- N 0 5 S 0
camping at Camp Key att on King.ley toast, butter, Jelly, coffee or Plaintiff In the abovo-otyJed I. Defendants 1::
Court and cnuae and you are required NOTICE Notice Of fiale Vote For
Lake August 3-6 and 10-16. tea. Members and friends are EXPENDITURES to file your defense or Notice Is hereby given fcr' Notice Is hereby nlven that E. W.
Girls attending from Troop 626 Invited to cooperate with this: GENERAL AND answer to the Complaint..a.flletherein The" Board of County Commla.socere .. under and by virtue of the Or.der .
with the Clerk ot the of Bradford County for Sal. entered hereinby Y}
Sheri Chandler and Juanita activity.,
are ADMINISTRATIVESalaries Circuit Court In and fop Brad. Florida at 1m."lln.. to beheld the Honorable. George L.
I Searcy. ford County Courthouse. Stmrko. In the Board Room of the Patten. Circuit Judge on July
$ 300.00 Florida 320U1. and serve a copy Bradford County Court lI<>uMe. 12. 1970 In the above-styled
thereof upon Plalntlffa ttor. commencing at 0:00: o'olork! A. cause. I will sell at public I HODGESJr.
CARD OF THANKS EBENEZER BAPTIST Church, Utilities 150.00 ney.. Barton T. Douglas. P. O. N. on .the 14 day of .iSeptember. outcry to the blithest and best i
With sincere appreciation for Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor.Thurs- & Accounting 100.00 Drawer Oalneevule.NYorth Main 1970. will consider adopt. bidder for cash. at the 'front
Legal 1 a2\101 Ion of an Ordinance: door of the Bradford COlAntyurtt'
kindness of our many friends day (tonight) Bible Study. Sun- Office Supplies 50.00 on Street.or before September:' 10. 191Q() ORDINANCE NO. 70-2. BRAD. Florida, 3 FOR
the members of our entire fam- day 9:45: Sunday School. 6:30: Election Expense 55.00 and If you fall to do eo a.Default FORD COUNTY' FLiOlUDA. : .: 24th day ofAueust ;.j
ily gratefully acknowledge the BTU which concludes servicesfor Dues 55.00 Judgment will be taken. ENTITLED: 1970. A.between M. and 2:00 the: il
against you for the relief demanded An Ordinance relating to an. hours of 11:00:
many acts and sympathertic the day.PLEASANT. Office Furniture & In the Complaint andthereafter Imal Industry: adopting minimum P. M, the sums being the lee-al CountyCommissioner
nallpro-- standards for the control sales day and the legal. hoursof
GROVE Methodist Mid cause
after the of 50.00 :
erosity; passing our Equipment title : ;
cued "pI01.t. of !Ilea maggots and rodent sale all of the right
loving father Robert LoggIns. Church, Rev. L.J. Perkins pas- Tax Roll Preparation WITNESS my hand and. U .and for the prevention of un. and Interest of the Parties to '
-Signed. Mrs. Versle LoggIns tor. Church School will be held & Adv 55.00 of mild Court thlll ant day ofAugust. sanitary conditions In feed Chic suit In and to the follow.. Ip .
ken estate .Ituiongj1orn'Re'sta'urr :
Plans In A. D. 1970. at BUirk Jots barns buildings and Ins described real i
and family. Sunday at a.m. are Tax Sale Adv 25.00 ... ......... ......... .
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the making for King and Queen Charge To Road & riSfMAN D. OREEN ":!: ; ::: ;: ;;':::::''I' :;;:::;::::::;:;; ::;::::::;::::;:::;'::::::::::::: :::::::;:::::::::-:;:;::::::: ;; ''
CHURCH NEWSGREATER Day which will terminate Au- 25.00 A. Clerk of the Circuit : DISTRICT 4

BETHLEHEM FreeWill gust 30. All members are askedto Bridge Building Fund Mainten- I Court end For Bradford County. ;:; nt'lllI j ::::::;: County At Large ::::}

Baptist Church, Rev. Jas- please cooperate with the actIvity ance 25.00 Bit orlda.Beula" M. Moody ; %
per Williams, Pastor. Rev. Williams for success. A, Deputy Clerk .
preached his last sermon GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL Total General & '8.6 it ,? j Good Counties Just Don't Happen $
before leaving for a four weeks AME Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins, Administrative I
vacation. Each Monday night pastor. Sunday; August 9, will Expense $890.00 "OTlCI'' OJl' APPI.ICATI0Y: NOW OPEN ti: They arc Planned E. W. Hodges
Choir No. 1 Tuesday night, Choir be Youth Day observance. Sun- FOR TAX DEED
See. 1D4.KI F. H.
No. 3 and Ushers Board No. 2 day School at 10 a.m. At 11 STREET DEPARTMENT Notice la hereby given that { 1 Jr., will Represent all the People of {1

will Thursday night night Prayer the- the Miss Juanita youth will Griffin have will charge speak.At ., Utilities $ 1536.81 certificates holder Mra. hall J.of W.the filed Hulayyihe raid r<.> certificates 1111 Under Netv Management [ 1 j Bradford County to Help our County xf

3 the Junior Churchof for a tax deed l to be
Ladles Circle will meet at the p.m. Mowing 50.00
AME Church of iaauecl thereon. The certificate Prosper at the lowest Possible Cost to $
St. Stephen .
home of Miss Annie B. Mosely. Total Street Dept number and<< years (.f Issuance,

Meeting. Friday will night be held Prayer at the homeof Band Jacksonville Rev. R.V. Webster, will be will In charge.speak. Expense $ 1586.81 .sand aaseaKed the description the. names are a.*In of follows the which property.: It wee :: FOSTER AND BETTY HAYES ::' [111 The Taxpayer By Planning Now for i ij

Mrs. Elizabeth Wright In South The youth of Greater Bethlehem SANITATION CONTRACT Certificate, No. IDS Year of la.niance I i Owners I k the Future.
:j} MLy
Starke. Saturday night, the ladles Free Will Baptist Church will TOTAL .ecrlptlon 1068 of Property BW3 AT
will sell dinners from the worship with us. At 6 p.m. a NW cor of 6-A Tract In Etl2J 1 ,
6 A.M.-r-11
kitchen. Sunday services will begin musical will be presented. The Of NE!, of SB'4. 8 118'. ::1 Open P.M. ::V: >> >>
:Ly :
service will close with the report .Si
with School 900.00
Sunday at 9:30. $ ;:: Sunday Thursday :
Youth Day will be observed with of the contestants. The con- IF WE DON"T IIAV1 WOW' ;i ij ij
morning service at 11 with the testant with the highest amount PARK DEPARTMENT we'll get It lor' you. OWn. i Your Vote and Support on Sept. 8
youth In charge. A* 3 p.m. the over $25 will receive a cas- BuppIlM, Furniture. Equln. :::} Open 24 Hours ::::

Youth will worship at Greater sette tape recorder. The 2nd Utilities $ 45.00 ant Sradf6rd vounljTelerrapb. i"1 Friday and Saturday K': will be Greatly Appreciated

Women's Allen Chapel Home AME Mission Church.will meetat The prize trip will to be the an State allexpensepaid Convene- Mowing 40.00 ::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::: :::;:::::::::::::::: ::::::::::':=::::::;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::;;:.;. ;::: :::: :: :i x-WftS::::: ::::::::: :: : :ra: : : ::: : : :: ": :: : ::::::::::::::: :;:::;::

6 p.m. tion In Jacksonville, the week Total Park Dept I.----------------------------------, ----...-------------.,

Beginning Sunday Aug. 23, the af August 10-14. Expense $ 85.00 I I SIRLOIN I I
at 8 p.m. the men of the church All members of the Junior 1 I I
Church are expected to reportnot RECREATION DEPARTMENT I I

MT. ZION AME Church, Rev.
RHETTS Utilities $ 150.00 FRESH
Gilyard pastor. Services will begin II
with Sunday School at 10 FIRE DEPARTMENT STEAKS II
( ) a.m. Lovefeast at 11 a.m. Com- FOOD II

munion will be given In the 6 Salaries $ 120.00 I
Sales Representativefor p.m. service. All members and Utilities 30.00
friends are Invited to attend. Repairs 50.00 1 I
Baptism was held last Sunday Insurance Worksman I !1.19 1 I
after the revival closed. Twenty 68.00 1 FAIR
TROPICALPONTIAC persons were baptized. Supplies & Equipment 50.00 FRYERS Ii i 1 I
& Oil 35.00
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ment Expense $ 353.00
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CO. Board of Equalization( the 1 ROUND 1
Town of Brooker,Bradford County OTHER CONTINGENCIES$75.00 i FLORIDA i iGRADE'A' 1 1

Florida, will hold a meeting : ..
; 1 Savings Count.
2101 N. :MAIN ST. In the Town HallCommunityCenter Total Budgeted Expenditures STEAK
Gainesville, Fla. at Brooker on August 17, $ 4039.81 c: ,COUNT ON US!
1970 at 8:30: pjn. to hear any
and all citizens and their com- PROPOSED LEVY- MILLSI I
Complete Line 1 1 1 1
plaints as pertains assess PRICES
NEW and USED! CARS ments and evaluation of the real hereby certify that this is I WHOLE BAGGED LB.I I 1 -$109 1 12th

and J.M.C.: : TRUCKS property, within the town limits a true and correct copy of the j SAVE lOl LB 1I 1I quantity right ,...rv.d. II
and the millage rate to be affixed General Fund Appropriation Bud- I
thereto for advalorem tax get adopted by the Town Council 1 1 1
Phones purposes. at its regular meeting July 13,
Tommy E. Cox 1970 held at the Community, Center -
Keystone lit*. 173.4148] Town Clerk Brooker, Florida.
J'ville 372-2583: 8/6 2t b/13 CHUCK I11Mrl

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I TM RrrA of I' rlf [kwkY-rN of RM/r1 dr11 NBrl ..'w.. Y. YNNN, Grid Practice Begins 17 gistration books for the enlargement
/ rrrr ANA a I/IA Y A'" PM. M IM.Mnlr Y ....".. HEll.LTH /ONO' Aug. Be
'11.71 RO4.r W trot At 1I.1!. PreparedTo expected to voter rolls.
nllnrlr en4 nrrruu" rAr.4r11M : ..- HM.. Al., VhAN KSniNft HKnl'MnkM 30.: I .
1. 4p1. lMlr/rr N 11!'Io irpnr _r1nnAUn wc M Vr rwNA .,ar. ? n1YNINrw. Nn.1 M \0... fwTIwIMI Mrs. Flynn; said the state Is
Fall football practice will begin at Citizens Field In Gainesville
IlRADPORD I"III lr<\>J. .569 mil.-,,' --'..-.i.J i 48.269.80. Register apparently preparing to comply:
00 IrvMOp 'NO ncwn cOIl1nt..L -. , In two weeks on Monday. against Palatka and Class AA ;
,Ir MY MMN Nnu rruunnl nMnNr" .465.52_ with a Federal Government law.
NMO loa Aug. 17, at Bradford High for Ocala That will put the first
IN. U/ .rllAlAl, I x11'VIIAI / 18Yr.Olds She said she had been planning
11111 nu .rlAl'AL' HAp 'DtNC1 pmlMpu" x IEY.1.AC 'M IV ItI IIN ,IIIII,,,IVIII,.. YnNWAIIn, rOII"J vanity players and some Junior football action four days before
'A u. w.wwl AxxAwA AY. .WYN..ww Y..A M AMr fwMlAnI "" I /A, varsity players who are Invited school starts on Sept. 8. to begin registering 18-year-olds
I 1111 I ;;;n--rrmJT.. to work out with the In to begin registering In January but that fte state
IOIAI. rll ,AI. I XII ,I'I, A II IIAI. I .0. 2S.Q92.2JIMilfav varsity Jamboree play each team Prepare
Regular JV practices will start goes two quarters one against 18-year-olds Immediately[ after notice Instructs her to begin
17 6uCe0C9tlfi6ntLL10/ _}109611cD6C..La0.1'e1t9 ,. LnMUtf Tw N36a, .....,* m.M,. ,.'.'.J election >Is on Nov. 8 when the registration
tnaC !0 Salatawt .on Monday. Aug. 24, accol'dlngtoBUS each team they face. the Nov. 4 general
C ; tlon Ll pn.p _91L1] books open after the general
NM6i0a16Da InIMA10xnMp. "EM.THWMM "UMLBpAOroAD Head Coach David Hurse. word received here from the office

o ;, fq.9 "The boys worked out better . of Secretary of State Tom election.

'i : .Q 4q. trrrwa this summer than they have In Adams. The supervisor also reported
,0 t n UoBut..JI .Pyuler vrc nN. AL. rrAp KN"' ''. Irnxnprp >0, II\.
cutut_ cc.c. L 000.0 "w Mw1N wN, MYNN. +.,Iwa w.Nnl rN. IIwAIINAr,. r nnlrA. rNwN some time," Hurse says. "We're "Certainly everyone is en Supervisor of Registration to the Commission that young
cuD .. .........Yw N Inn 'Irnl' h. ,Irr_wMnT11n persons Just turning 21 have been
aL1PDLLLc6aLlYp .J7 fig nMa .:: very well pleased: We thinkwe've titled to their own ideas and Neva Flynn relayed that message

...AdY4tLU'na ap1lnu6aLTLAe 1 .! gotten off to a good start for this generally is a healthy to the Bradford County Com losing no time In getting their
[k Clrcult Court. R etl tL DOO.oOo en //\aD\ Q"-I'AIo7II UNDBR CNAPTBp 154.02 ,_-:;: this fall." condition. However nlsslon Monday evening. She names on voter rolls. She has
a 41.7 UlB..l.D&.IIrA1uT.a.: _a6.Q9,19rOI ,when these registered about 300 here Mrs.
AI., AI'l. "INl1114.. IIIaAN Several new players are expected ideas break into society to cre- Iso asked and received perralsilon -
OD.OcD.D.Nlri. 1 A Inx. In\tl 1 hflt1'w to report for '.to four Flynn
.. practice ate the ruination of purchase new re-
I N N I )property,
; 1n DDy,yLB9YfRYlR this fall but coaches are waitIng .
In-\ 'u" / r ,
c lrt., M "Io. 4n.OUA R".nu" ),ODOOQ then it is time to the
put on - - - - ----
to see who they will be.
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AIm -IVD' 1 ,11MLNT11fg11IOTAL BHS plays In the annual Football Dale Noah The wnY says.VOTE

uY Irulnno nil ..InvNAI AVIM' IT "...., F rl, AmwnA A.aYM1M. I. B.",Mw4 Iww fl Aln71YYa Jamboree on September 4 Brookline (Penna.) Journal.
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Shealey Under BondIn Released the arrested case,and William later Kimberly released updel, was One Escapee Rotary SpeakerBob H. Waters Qualifies For Board i

$6,000 bond.

Arson Case 'Mrs. :fetuder: was not at homet Recaptured the Barry Florida, a Industrial representativeof Com- Harold E. Waters 31, Hampton r : Waters graduated from Union
the time of the fire last Feb M County School In 1957 and Is
In AlabamaRonnie mission, spoke at the Rotary qualified Tuesday, July 21, ;
April Walker Shealey, 35 of ruary, having stayed overnightwith I YAY Club last Wednesday describ- for the District 4 County; Com- the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.U.
her mother, who was ill / mission seat being vacated the Waters of Lake Butler.
Hampton, charged with administeredat
grand larceny the
1 ing program
Minton Jones, 23, one
and at the time, in a nearby house. retiring Mrs. Jessie Chastain. He is married to the former
arson InCOMectlonwith the agency's office in Orange
of two prisoners who escaped
Alice Faye Newman of Starke,
the theft of appliances and subsequent Heights, in the placement of mi- Waters, a native of Union County -
from Bradford County Jail on
The thieve are baHm""* to ; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert -
has been employed by the
burning of the home of July 26, was apprehended this grant workers and other per-
have loaded a truck'w1t.1i appliances Hudson Pulp and Paper Co. of Newman and granddapghter
Mrs. Garnet Studer last April who wish to obtain workin
Ala. sons
week officers in Selma,
from the home, then by Palatka for 13 He and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lester
has been released under $3,000 De- agriculture.The years.
and has waived extradition.
drained oil from a fuel tank at }Lbswww his family have lived on the Klght.
bond. introducedby
the rear of the house, setting puty; Sheriff Robert Green went speaker was The Waters have been marriedfor
Carl Johns Road, In the Hamp-
Shealey, who left his home at his brother Dr. A.J. Barry.
to Selma Wednesday to return
fire to It before their 12 and have three
making years
Hampton after the incident, and ton\ area, for seven years. They
Jones to here.
custody children Harold Jr. 10
: ,
escape. ittend the First Christian Lynne
could not be found for several
The other ThomasM.
escapee 6, and
months, surrendered hlsself at Sales Jr., 26, has not been Church In Starke. ( .,, Allyson 5.
the county: ; Jail on June 25 aftera Missing from the house were found after a nationwide teletype; Whenever medical science "Let all things be done decently .
Federal warrant had been issued appliances valued in excess of description had been releasedby announces some system of exercise and in order," will be of
for his arrest on chargesof $1,000. Several of them had been the sheriffs office here. to promote physical fitness Waters' campaign slogan..He "It there's a shortage the
purchased by Mrs. Studer and is to lie feels he the of doctors how come golf
can serve people
unlawful flight to avoid pro- qua Jones was being held here on a good move crowded?"
secution. stored in the house In the expectation down until somebody else discovers Bradford County; with Integrity; courses Ire so
a charge of breaking and enter- somebody asks old doc, who
of opening a small business that it's bad for you. Waters says.
A second man implicated In on her property.; A. Gaskins ing a residence on Morgan Road. refuses to get riled.

'.It'iIIII'7'tI' :', 1)'."'"' ''l'I"J't..r+ ,,>,\'' A! Asks Lawtey .tfJ-.t( : < J--4JIBI.({ (( J"""" '.((

Gaskins, 35, qualified
Monday, July 20, for the District -
:; I (Lawtey) seat on the Boardof
Public Instruction.A .
i'.."., life-time farmer and poul-
i. try producer for the past two
By BILL WILSON ,:: years, Gaskins lives on SB-225

: WE MAHOGANY:: .: west of is Lawtey.He president. and former CASH s CARRY TIRES Inc.

ARE SNOBS .i! vice-president of the North Flor-
ida Poultry Producers' Association
and was a charter memberof
I that organization. 412 East Call St. (Former Southern Marine Building) Phone M-5800<
: I'm aufullv pioud of in>' f.iimh.c.r\ Gaskins worked 15 years in
I ago I w"" a Mahogany tree "grossing: ) tall ""hr the Transportation Departmentof
; in African Jungle: When carpenter\ off q4J; the Seaboard Railroad and
''1: the Queen' Ship| aw me. IIP built nip into \,": farmed during that time.
; u beautiful du'.!. I w.i. (men to flip .r 6 "I am running as a concerned"
citizen parent, and taxpayer,
Sir Walter Raleigh; and, if that, \\an'lhonor ; Gaskins says of his first venture TRUCK
"W:i''.; enough h< into politics.
:tt.! I next went ;\: "I would like to see quality; UNIRQYAL TIRES FARM
to live in ;65. 11 i .;S schools for our children at a
Queen Eliza ?' minimum cost to the taxpayer." FACTORY DIRECT OUTLF.T
wr '"
beth palice. -, ( Born in the Hellbronn sectionof TIRES
> ., The I w.rentranced ." .r Bradford County; he is the "
.,.!-.- Queen ,,.. son of J.W. and Myrtle Nor- 1 L # I
t ,
u.: wa" I
): -
"'-' man Gaskins. He graduated from lIr
with I 4 !f'"
me, andsent .110': Bradford High School In 1952
; .
2i ships e A *f and served two years in the U.S. .to :lt:: ;_, \ 4 4UNIRfl Al L! BUY
1 back for more cJt I; Army. aI. .... 1. ." -- ,:.Q' '"
of im' family, i,. .... '' ...Zfij" .Z Married to the former Peggy :' ). Trailer
but ala', only /t+ 4 a? Hinson of Hampton, Gasldns has :t U''\j l I"'OY"' "t. .
three ships three children:Randall, 15;Mich- TIRES NOW &
returned :
;;h!.1% the 1 ael, 12, and Teresa, 8. 1 E r"I""'! CASH f. CAR ..YHEADQUARTERS. TIRE Tires

men found 'i! UNld YAL I IitI I .

Z slave trading! 1' el ti't /.' !? : J, SAVE
-'t more lucra II .s Nolle or Shrrtirm SaleNntlce
e la hereby given that I
tive.Did ; V. D. Ued hi,yllt ;;.1.I County. Florida under and Meet
I" .
1 !h by virtuof Writ of Ezcutlon
I r. to Wits
know Execution Issued out of Circuit BOB M1LNER
you Court Duva.1 County Florida -
Ii t there's no finer pursuant to a final 'judge
i.:::( ment for Florida' Telco Credit "a MANAGER
wood for furn
L- Union n Florida. Corporation'
; iliture i than Mahogany 1f and against Allen :J Lewis, defendant.
In the amount of 12.99-
.1. !Mahogany ? 'ti 0.04 together. with cost of col- .
You See \ I'm of Snob'! leetlon..
can why\ something/ \ Have sailed. and have In my .
possession. the follow-In de...
I eMbed personal property to,wit FOR (
1966 Pontiac 4-Door eedan
ID No. 253 695 0114351A
<<: BodcockFURNITURE the property of the above.
defendant and that on
r fa Monday, the. Slat. of Auftuat 1870tt
I twelve. o'clock noon on said
v1 day on premises. .. of the Brad.
ford County Jail I will off erf orMl
k and APPLIANCES J and sell to the. highest.. bid.
der. for cash In hand thaabov
described property of said de.
1 .
.T I' Cendant to satisfy the Aforesaid
;. :I': n hit; It the Tnrnl\intft in a S.-; Hai ..,. Execution: ..
"" ,." hI I.,,t I I" "I'uul. ,n"c.. inr ,....,,; ''tiT p." D.P. D.Reddish Reddish Sheriff '
''. ";;'':"" :":-: E- ';: UNIROYAL
.' :} 7 .ilWOt: :;t. Bradford C"uDtY'8Ifl..r t. 8.n \

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: 220 E. WASHINGTON St. STARKE 21 :il

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: Fully Cooked Seasoned
Jumbo Large : car.


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All Nylon' Cord

Traction Tread

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AMERICAN lbs'* 99C : 9.S/9-24 MOUNTING
RED SNAPPER 5 I 99C Tubed Tvpe ON IN! ;

Tax of $
Plus Fed. Ex. Tireand
4 $t-.25 lb. BREADED Tractor
Pompano 2. Tradein rear ...
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Shrimp1.99 .
Mackerel I 39c Ib.
Mango Snapper 80cSquid .
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Swan Lake Fill-in ;;


__ Dispute Heads For

Keystone Hilites I I Vows Schaeffer-Dey ExchangedIn Schools Clay County To Open Early ShowdownThe

r Bv JIM FOX i Church Rites Tuesday, Sept. 8
Phone .17:1.: "HR
Miss Rebecca Lorraine Dey, disputed ownership of properly represented him in the matter
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos- According to the 1970-71 school ; on which seven homes have cannot be in Tallahassee on that
eph Dey. and George David calender as approved recentlyby been built on fllled-in land on date.
the Clay County School Swan Lake Is scheduled for review The
ordinating plans for the blgntn Schaeffer son of Mrs. George ; Board long-running problem
WOMAN'S CLUB Annual Men's Invitational to be M. Schaeffer and the late Mr. all public schools in the county; by Trustees of the Internal started several years ago whena
Mrs. John Bird who repre- held at the local club Sept.13-15. Schaeffer were married on Fri will open for pupils ion Tuesday. Improvement Fund In Tallahassee Swan Lake property; owner.
sents the Keystone Heights Wo As in years past, this promisesto day. July 31, In the Community Sept. 8. after Labor Day. Pupilsin on Tuesday Aug. 11. Clyde Johnston, started develop
man's Club in the Civic Im- be a most successful tourna- Church of Keystone Heights. the S. Bryan Jennings School I /f The announcement was made ing a small,unplatted subdivision
provement Association wishesto ment for all participants. The ceremony was performed area who are not already enrol- / following a visit to the area near the water's edge. A canal
commend the mayor and city Reservations are being received by the pastor. Rev. Stewart Mc- led In the extended summer pro- last week by a special task force was dug to connect the lake
council. Boy Scout Troop 10S, by members of the tour- Cord. In the presence of mem- gram, will return to school on from the Tallahassee office of with a small pond on the property
local clubs and organizations and nament committee, headed by bers of the Immediate familiesand the above date also. the UF Trustees. The group flew and the dredged-up spoil
concerned citizens who have assisted Charlie Head, or Pro Ed Rod- close friends. AU Clay County teachers will into Gainesville last week to was used to fill in adjacent a-
her committee in Improv- gers. Given in marriage by her father report to their respective schoolson view alleged pollution and alleged reas. Johnstone started selling
ing the appearance of Lawrence the bride chose a white August 27 for preplanningactivities. Illegal fill work on the popular lots on the filled-In area, but
Blvd. and other locations In Key- HERE N' THERE lace street-length dress and Putnam County; lake located on died before the project was com-
stone Heights.If Mrs. Ed Rodgers and daughter carried a bouquet of orchids. Parents and guardian molls Highway 26 between Melrose and pleted.
you have not yet observedthe Penny spent last week at She was attended by her sister who will be entering school for the Putnam Hall.Opposing After his death the propertywas
new shrubs that were recently their home in Neptune Beach. Miss Debbie Day as maid of first time In any grade In Clay sides of the Swan divided between Johnston'swidow
planted along Lawrence Mrs. A.B. Stevens of Sum- honor, wearing a Ume green. County; are urged to register Lake issue are expected to be and his sister Ada Robin-
Blvd., we would like to call silk those pupils at the school In presented at Tuesday's meetingby Seven
mersville, W. Va., is In Key- crepe street dress. Her son. homes were subse-
your attention to this and other stone for a visit with Mr. and flowers were a pink, rosebud their zone before the opening Carl Carnes, of Keystone quently built on the part obtained -
improvement programs being Mrs. Robert Shaughnessy and nosegay. date of school. If new studentsare w Heights one of the developersof by Mrs. Johnston while
conducted by the C.I.P. The family. She will be here for the Eric Redfearn served as best to be In kindergarten or part of the land in question the Robinson portion was pur-
shrubs were planted to improvethe wedding of her niece, Miss Pat- man. first grade Florida Statutes and members of the militant chased by Mr. Carnes who resumed -
appearance of Keystone and Following the make It mandatory for those Swan Lake Steering Com-
ceremony Mr. development of the canal
ty; Shaughnessy, to Steve Shac-
for the appreciation of all visitors kleford, both of Keystone Heights. and Mrs. Dey were hosts at a pupils to "present a statement Miss Diana Ilgen Weds John W. Josey mittee who oppose the dredge- property.;
and residents accordingto Marvin Homer returned home dinner party; In the Keystone from the county; health officer In and-fill project, work on which Carnes originally started work
Mrs. Bird. Thursday evening following his Heights Woman's Club forguests or from a licensed practicing Community Church, Keystone Heights was halted at State request In without a permit but obtainedone ) .
It is hoped that Keystonersand completion of a 2 week summer and members of the wedding physician certifying that such the summer of 1968. The Com- on Jan. 10, 1968 at the request -
their guests will appreciatethe training with the U.S. party.; pupil has no contagious or com- Miss Diana Lynn Ilgen and Into a sleeveless pink and white mittee met Sunday afternoon at of the UFo This permitwas
work and costs involved in Naval Reserve program in Hawaii. Out of town guests Included Mr. municable disease which would John Wesley Josey were mar- polyester knit with jewel neck the Swan Lake home of N.E. cancelled seven months later -
this program and will make a Farris and Mrs. H.E. Magann of Jacksonville warrant such pupil's exclusion ried Saturday. Aug. 1, at 2 p.m. line dropped waist, and pleated Blngham a University; of Florida in August, by the trustees
group effort to see that the plants Ray was guest speakerat : Dr. and Mrs. E.C. Shr.yock. from the public schools"(Florida in the Keystone Heights Com- section around entire bottom of) Instructor to map plans for following complaints by other
are not harmed. a Camp Seminole Function of Oklawaha; Mrs. C.E. Statutes 232.031) munity Church. The Rev.Stewart skirt. She wore a necklace of) the Tuesday meeting.Carnes said Swan Lake property; owners.
Any person interested in con- held in Orange Park on Sunday Father Jl. Piney Point Md. Of Interest also to parents of McCord performed the double cultured: pearls a wedding gift he would probably plead his own
tributing to the C.I.P. program Aug. 2, from 3 to 5 p.m. Many Miss Judy: HarJdns,Jacksonville; pupils entering first grade or ring ceremony.Parents from the groom and a corsageof case since the attorney who has (Continued on Page Sixteen)
may do so by contacting Mrs. guests were in attendance from Miss Bridgette Starke.Tallahassee kindergarten for the first timeis of the bride are Mr. white cattleya orchids.
Bird, at 473-4709. Green Cove Springs, Orange ; and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas- the requirement that they must and Mrs Frank Ilgen, and parents - - ..- ------ -
Park Mlddleburg and Keystone Zapp, Gainesville. present evidence of exact birth of the bridegroom are Mr.
BOOSTER MEETINGAll Heights to hear Mr. Farris discuss The bride received a Master'sof dates of those pupils. I twill be and Mrs. L.E. Josey of Kings-
Rooster Club members and the programs that he feels Library Science from Florida necessary to have said birth ley Lake and Jacksonville.The FOR CONTINUED; PROGRESS LET'S RE.ELECT
residents of the community, who need to be Implemented In handling
State University; where she was certificate In evidence on or bride given marriageby
might be interested in joiningthe the county's growth duringthe president of Gamma Phi Beta before the first day of school. her father, wore a sleeveless -
association, are invited to next decade. full A-line
sorority. She length gown of
was also a mem-
attend a covered-dish dinner Mr. and Mrs. Bert Christo- ber of the National Librarians and Mrs. Alex Brokas was home silk organza over taffeta fea-
and party at the home of Mr. ffers of Tallahassee were visiting Honorary Society; and is now for a weekend visit with his turing a Jewel neckline accented RALPH C. TYRE
and Mrs. Charles Hepinstall family and friends in employed as Extension Directorat family after mid-term exams by Veniese lace banding
Mid-Lake, on Saturday, Aug. 22, Gainesville weekend.and Keystone Heightslast Santa Fe Regional Library in at the University; of West Flori extending Into full length godets
beginning at 7 p.m. Membersand Gainesville. and complementing the detach-
guests are asked to wear Mrs. Diana Ilgen was honored Mr. Schaeffer is employed in da.Mickey Brokas, a 1970 gradu- able back panel which termin- YOURREPRESENTATIVE
casual attire. with a' bridal tea held at the Gainesville and is also attending ate of Orange Park High School ated Into a full circular chapel
For additional information con- home of Mr. and Mrs. Gay Liv- Santa Fe Junior College. represented his school in the train with lace appliques. Her
ingstone of Nelson's Point
cerning this on Following North-South All-Star Basketball elbow length Illusion veil was
outing, please con- a wedding trip to
Thursday, July 30. Mrs. Sam
tact, Mrs. Albert Dazey, 473- Daytona Beach the couple now game held in( Florida Gymnasium. attached to a lace petal crown
4078; Mrs. Alex Brokas, 473- ston Gardner, Mrs. Living- resides at Keystone Heights. Saturday afternnon. He is to be edged in seed pearls, and she From Maker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia, Nassau & Union Counties
4989, or Mrs. Charles Hepls- commended for his excellent athletic carried a colonial nosegay of
tall, 473-4581. Receiving guests between the achievements as he was white rosebuds stephanotis A MAN WHO WILL
appointed hours of 3 and 5
p.m. netts. The E hinge rs were en- one of 24 high school students smilax, net and ribbons. .
FIREMEN'S\ BALL were Miss Ilgen, her mother route to their summer home In selected throughout the state to Miss Patricia Wrinkle maid CONTINUE TO .
The annual Keystone Heights Mrs. Frank Ilgen mother of the Carolinas. participate in this l of honor, wore a full length .*. Work for
Fireman's Ball will be held at the prospective groom Mrs.L.E. Miss Susan Ehinger arrivedin Brokas will be attending the A-line gown of light blue sheer Greater Interest
the Keystone Heights Lions Clubon Josey and Mrs. Livingston.Mrs. Keystone Sunday for a visit University; of Tenn. at Chattanooga dacron dotted swiss over taffeta in Forestry and Agriculture .
Saturday evening, Aug. 15, H.E. Magann and son with the Bennetts and to com- in the fall on a four-year with empire waist and short in Florida.
beginning at 9 p.m. If you have Sean of Jacksonville were guests plete her registration for the football scholarship. The outstanding sleeves. The gown featured lace *.
not yet received your tickets in last week of Mrs. Magann's mo- fall term at the University; of athlete is the son of trim and self-covered buttons Work for City and State
the mail, you may purchase them ther, Mrs. George Schaeffer. Florida.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brokas. on back closure. She wore a picture 1 + Employees and Their In-
from any member of the Key- Mr. and Mrs. Abel, of Chicago and Mrs. Joe Clark and Friends of Mrs. Henry Mick- hat of pale yellow with II terests.
stone Heights Volunteer Fire Ill., returned home recently daughters, Sharon and Diane of le, a former Keystoner now residing yellow streamers. Her bouquetwas
Department or at the door on after a month's visit with Mr. Greensboro, N.C., were recent .In Gainesville will be a colonial nosegay of yel- 4: t .. *I, Give Total Representation.
\ugust15. and Mrs. George Kaufmann and guests of Mrs. Clark's aunt, pleased to learn that she Is now low daisies with yellow,, ribbons *. Work Diligently for Bel'e -
Please be sure to support this family of Lakeview Drive. Mrs. Al Nelson of Lakeview at home following recent sur- and net. ferment 'of All the 17th
important fund-raising drive, as Mark and Terri Bennett children Drive. gery In Alachua General. Bridesmaids were Miss Bar- District.
.'!'i J ,proceeds are used in main- of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Maj. Alfred Watson. M.D., Lt. Cmdr. (M.D.) and Mrs. bara Ann Barkley daughter of
'mi.;IT: and operating the localc Bennett, have returned from a son of Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Wat- Dale Charneco and three children Mr. and Mrs. Bill B. Barkley .*. Work for All Major Coun
c department and forpurchas- 2-week visit In Washington, D.C. son of Keystone Heights Is ex- of Orange Park, were Sun- and Miss Patrice Lynn Mick
Uic, necessary equipment with their aunt and uncle Cmdr. pected to Join his family this day dinner guests of Mr. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie ty Legislation to Be Bv,
"<)cd for fire fighting and Mrs. E.F. O'Brien. Cmdr. week In Savannah, Ga., follow- Mrs. Bill Sbneral at their homeon C. Mick, Jr., all of Jack- Referendum.
ive music will be provided O'Brien and family recently ing a tour of duty in Vietnam.On Lake Brooklyn. Mrs. Char- sonville. They were dressed I- I *.
v the well-known "Four Clubs" moved to Keystone Heights for Monday of this week. Mr. neco's sister, who was visiting dentically to the maid of honor Work for $ Value for. Each
'..,mtl of lacksonvillc. A new feature the summer and will relocate and Mrs. Watson left for a short from New York City also en- and carried the same colonial Tax Dollar.
Included in this year's dance in South Florida In the fall. visit with Major Watson and his Joyed swimming and boating at nosegays. II'
will be an early morning breakfast While there they enjoyed toursto family. the Slmeral home. Miss Kathy Cllllngham. daugh- 100% For Homestead .
served by members of the many popular attractions. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clare Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Red- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gil- RALPH C. TYRE Exemption. a
Keystone Heights Lions Club and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ehinger and who were residents of Lake Ge- foam, Jr. and children returned lingham of Tampa was flower *.
their spouses. children were in Keystone neva for several years, recently home last Saturday after a week's girl and wore a dress Identicalto Representative District t 17 100% for Old- Age Assist. :,
Heights last week for a visit moved into their home In Key- visit with family and friends In the bridemalds' with a pale ,i ance.
TEEING OFF!! with Mrs. Ehinger's mother stone Club Estates. Pittsburgh, Pa. yellow velvet bow and net head- VOTE; SEPT. 8 (Dem.) *.
Members of the Keystone Golf Mrs. G. Bennett, and her bro- Joe Wallace Is now recuper- Mrs. Girard Evashavik and four dress. She carried a dainty flower I| Let's Elect A Representative 100'for; Higher & Better
and Country Club.are.busy. on..u. ther and family the E.T. Ben- ating at home following recent children, of Pittsburgh Pa., returned basket fashioned from rows of and for the people of Education.

........ ...................................u....... surgery at St. Vincent's Hospital home Monday after an of sheer laces. i I *. ._
:::::::: :::::::>:::::::::::;:;:::::;:;:::::::::=:::.::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: in Jacksonville. enjoyable two-week visit with Charles Kevin Reynolds son Baker, Bradford Clay Columbia 100% for Total Represen

r. :1 Keystoners will be glad to learn Mrs. Evashavilt's parents Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Reynolds I I Nassau & Union tat on.
:::; Re-Elect. that Mrs. Harold Sutton is improving and Mrs. Charles Garber and Jr., was ringbearer. Counties .
:}: dally In Alachua General brother Eric of Nelson's Point. Jack L. Trawick Jr. was best I i 100% for Greater Improve
Hospital after undergoing major Eric recently returned froma man, and Donald W. Ilgen and meats at Our Junior Col.
I 0. J. Murrhee Sr. i surgery on Friday of last week. year's tour of duty In Germany Harry L. Ilgen brothers of the i leges & Roads in All of the
Rev. and Mrs. W.I. Jones and and Is presently enrolledIn bride served as ushers. 17th District.
I :::; daughters are expected to return graduate studies at the Uni- After a reception In the church j i
f, to Keystone this month after versity of Florida. In Septem- fellowship hall, the bride changed
r 1 County Commissioner, Dist. 4 f a vacation In Tallahassee during ber he will return to Phila-
>> the past month. During the fam- delphia to complete his sophomore
3 11 (Keystone Heights Kingsley Lake McRae f 11 ily's stay in Tallahassee Mr. year of law school at Penn
?;; and Belmore) ry:::: Jones was busy researching forMs State. .
doctoral thesis. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Shlpp
$$3:::: *. BAPTIST *. ELK *. MOOSE :{:{ Stephan Brokas, son of Mr. (Continued/ on Page Sixteen) Announcing \

1{:f He knows the problems and will work for all 1 q::: \1.\. ( )

:ig areas of Clay County. f:$:
r:1.: lie will appreciate your continued support and 11 i.f RE-ELECT The \ .

::':. your vote on Tuesday, September 8. }.<. f .

(::1. (Political Adv. #+ p .\)
paid for by O, J. Murrhee 6r.) Elbert D Saunders S

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type of getting together. The Lawtey Council ,

NEWS NOTES main purpose of this new Chap i
flIZROSE ter Is that Jesus Christ Is dis- INDIAN BEACH Gives $700

By Helen V. >Egan!: cussed within the understandingof a

the members, and activities Lake Sails Fe) For Fire HouseThe
are centered around Young Life Byi Michael H. Cklttr
freedom of Interests and well *
being. The schedule of August
Martha Sue and Billy Single- and also helped with instruct- Although it is summertime and meetings are Wednesday even- Lawtey Council ADHERE OR ANY:
ton, children of Mr and Mrs. ing one of the "Minnow" groups. many organizations are of inactive Interest, Ings, 8 p.m.; August 12 at Ste Greetings friends and nelgn- ing Monday night, released, meet-$700to TO CARS STEEL
Bill Singleton celebrated their The Melrose Junior Woman's there is something phanie Bannister's home; August bors from your Rolling-Report the Lawtey Fire & TRUCKS SURFACECONVENIENT
tenth birthday recently with a Club held a work day Mondayat for all through the several organizations 19 and 23 at home of Patti Mc- er. The ole fellow has been under to apply on construction Department
their of the Community; Glave. In these meeting the youth the weather lately, so I'm of a
party at home. Those attending the Junior Woman's Club Park. new fire house to be
were Sherri Prevost,Te- The ladles completed a great Church. enjoy songs of their choosing, agrald our news column may bea city ECONOMICAL
VacationBible property adjacent
successful to the
'resa Carrell, Vicki Tison Karl deal of work, cleaning the park The very some folk, some religious as little slack this week. city; hall.
Carl School and Teenage well as popular Games and For those of you who missedmy
Butts. Hagglund, Reed Installing a new lawn swing, and ones. The
Brantley, Gay Singleton, and repairing the dock. They were. which was known as the Broken suchan stunts are a part of being to- columns last week, I wasn't the city money for this was budgeted back by BRADFORD CON TELEGRAPH
Mary Ann Singleton. assisted during the day by their Drum interesting Program, presented and inspiring tether In the study and workof home so I couldn't: write the In 1965. but had not purpose been released
Leon Duncan son of Mr. and children and other children and Christian Fellowship. news. Granny Copeland's sister
it has developed intoa since the fire department f* *' *11* 1* ** *
study that *
Mrs. Leyondls Duncan celebrated teen-agers of the community.Also Since Pastor Stuart N. McCordhas Mate Pierce of Attalla, Ala., became Inactive for
his 11th birthday with a lending a hand were hus- growing and all Inclusive group Life come to Community; Church, went on to live with the Lord the action was taken.a period after
now known as the Young the regular Wednesday night last Friday morning, so Mother,
swimming party and cookoutat bands Jack Stansel, Wilbur Sapp The funds made
all faiths were available
his home on Santa Fe Bay Dock Tison, and David Acree. Club. This club reaches prayer meeting Is held at 7:30 Granny Copeland and Aunt Clara Monday the
Thursday, July 30, from 3:30: They culminated the day witha and is styled and beliefs to focus of the on college the p.m. The new order of Sunday Sullivan went to Alabama to attend Fire Chief M.M. Jordan.reouest At of GAINESVILLE
to 6:30.: Those attending were chicken barbecue held at the thinking A Morning Worship Service Instituted the funeral. While they were present the city's two
Carl Hagglund, Phillip Countney. park Monday evening.Mr. level young people. national by Pastor McCord includesthe gone, I spent Saturday night and trucks housed firefighting in
the ChapterIn a pri-
organization, congregational reading of the Sunday with Otis and his parents,
Allen Pace, Chris Bastlund and Mrs. Donald Watersand vate at
Bobby Burger of Gainesville family of Live Oak visitedhis I Keystone is headed by Gen- Psalms from the new English Lonnie and Norma Melton, in The garage fire Lawtey.
Warren and new house will bea
eral Johnny Business
Manager Bible. The New Testament was Hampton, and Sunday night DirectoryAUTO
Sherri, Angela, and Valerie Pre- sister and brother-in-law, Laurie Beam. It Is 30 x 40 cement block build-
vost, Kate Gaboardl, Vicki TI- Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Bass and Secretary club written In March 1961 and wasa through Wednesday afternoon ing and construcion is
son, Crystal Pace, and Mary family. They picked up their son with strictly local a voluntary leaders Bill working Heavener memorable event, then. The with Uncle Alfred and Aunt Co- start within the: next two expectedto weeks.
Ellen Duncan Mrs. Duncan was Everett, who had spent the week The at- Old Testament was completed In nine Hudson in Gainesville. Fri- A meeting will be held next Tuesday
assisted by Miss Diane Pierceof with the Bass family. and Tyrone Rewis. the Spring of 1970, so the BibleIn day evening, my parents, James night at 7:30 SALES .,i GARDEN SUPPLIES
in the : to select the
of meeting var-
Leesburg and Mrs. Diane TI- Miss Vicki Tison was hostessfor mosphere its entirety; Is ready for dis and Cricket,Granny Copeland andI exact site for the
ious homes in the area, lendsto new structure."Remember .
tribution. Pastor McCord has visited RUBS and Jean Pierce
some friends recently, attending -
son.Miss Jackie Christian is spend- the Gator Band Concertat a social as well as family. available at discount copies of and their new bouncing baby boy BRASINGTONCADILLAC I Johnson & Fans, Inc.

ing a few weeks with her great- the University of Florida. the New English Bible at a price Jeremy in Gainesville, and met
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Those attending with Vicki were stone, and Hawthorne. of$7. This new translation bringsthe Russ's mother, Mrs. Pierce. My OLDSMOBTLE SEEDS- PLANTS -
Dock L. Tison and daughters. Laura Barbot, Debbie Box, and Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tison and meaning of the Holy ScriPt- mother and father James and BALES *. SERVICE Insecticides- Pet.SuppliesFERTILIZERS
Many Melrose children participated Gay Singleton. They were accompanied daughters, Irma and Vicki, and ures within the understanding of Cricket were supper guests on Fine Selection of Used Can
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. today's readers. Thursday night of the Johnny Taken O. Cadillac Trades
: in the YMCA Swim pro- by Miss Irma .Tison We Rent Fertilizer Spreader
gram In Keystone Heights re- and Mrs. Dock Tison. and Mrs. Bobby Tison attended Roberts family in Orange 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-3301 224 N.W. Sib. Ph. 178-0471
cently. Among them were Amy The men's softball team of the Parrish family reunionat BAZAAR WORKSHOP Springs. We also visited them m
the home of his uncle and The Church Women's Work- Saturday afternoon. Sunday Bud-
Smith Sheri Stinson, Danny Fish, the Melrose Recreation Associ- GLASS
the time when
Mary Ann Singleton, David Sapp ation played two games last week. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Fordin shop each Wednesday was under dy and Merle Ellis and Roy, Barkley Motor Inc.TOYOTA .
professors educated the
and Kevin Bass In the "Minnow" Tuesday night they lost to Haw- McMeekln. Circle I last week. Mrs. Tennle and Joan Crenshaw, all stu
group; Gay Singleton, Martha Sue thorne. Thursday night they defeated Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howell and Roy Turknett's Circle direction. of Gainesville, spent the day dents on the college campus LIDDELL
Singleton, and Billy Singleton, Waldo .The team usually children, Lois, Paul and TImmy However, ever loyal and ener- with us. Robert Powell of Starke instead of vice versa?"
in the "Fish" group; Matt Stin- plays on Tuesdays and Thurs- visited his aunt and uncle, Mr. getic Chairman, Mrs. Thomas came down for the afternoon. .
son and Laura Barbot In the day at the old football field at and Mrs. Dock Tison and daugh- Norwood brought many new Ideas Mr. and Mrs. Klmbrough have 4 wheel drive And ears Glass Company
"Flying Fish" group. Vicki Tl the school. There are four teams ters. They also spent a day with and members carried home moved their trailer to Sunrise Sales Parts Service
son was In the "Shark" group that play: Melrose, Waldo, Key- Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Klnnard. with them articles to complete. Park, near Paradise Lake. We KEYSTONE Clean Used Toyotas I "Glass For Every Purpose"
Mr and Mrs. Donald Williams Lest we forget that Infant wear are certainly sorry to see such 1700 N. Main 376-1288 I Store Fronts-Mirrors
------------- --------------------- have returned home after a visIt will be part of the fancy workof good neighbors leave. Tub! Showers

with her sisters in Harts- Tots to Teens program, Mrs. On the fairer side, we were i Furniture Tops Glass Replaced -
Announcing ville. S.C. Fred Smith has some articles glad to learn that Owen Bryantis HEIGHTS VAR HEYL I I
Mrs. Pat Sapp and children which she would appreciate members feeling better now, after being -
have returned from Sumter, S.C. taking home to make up. under the weather for a- Lincoln Mercury I I NEW LOCATION
THE OPENING OFRoger's where they visited her mother, Mrs. Vance, Chairman of Cir- while. DIRECTORYBEAUTY 1228 So. Main Gainesville
Mrs. Hattie McElveen. cle n, brought a host of Ideas Dolph and Shirley Reddish and 2201 N. Main Gainesville 372-8191; 1103
Mrs. Hans Jacobi and childrenare and samples largely for the kit- children of Starke, spent the 378-4251
visiting her sister in Bell. chen booth and these too can weekend with her parents, Mr. '
House Of UpholsteryWE Miss Ginny Simmons daughter be easily made If members would and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter.Dick SHOP rti'am:: BomeOI MEN'S: WEAR

of Lt. Col. and Mrs. E.R. only attend In larger numbers and and Frances Milliard are I
Simmons, is recuperating at take home for completion, these spending their time between here KEYSTONEBEAUTY
DO ALL TYPES OF home following recent surgery. Items. Incidentally: a change has and Flagler Beach, trying to l'fOftarCoataI''COtI STAG 'N DRAG
The Melrose Homemakers Club been made and Mrs. Vance's beat the heat. SHOP Mark III-Knijinh. Ford
UPHOLSTERY AND REPAIRSFREE is holding a bake sale at the Circle will have charge of the Sam and Dorothy Butler and Cleanest Used Oars Available r.rirrin suits!
Melrose Post Office Saturday Kitchen Booth and Nightingales son, Charles Henry, of Ormond EDITH JOHNSON, owner Arrow Shirt Ftonhelm Bbee
morning, August 15. (Mrs. James Cook) Circle will Beach, and Charles, Louise and Personal and Creative Hair Sty. Formal Rentals
ESTIMATES Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dock co-sponsor the Bazaar Lunch- Paulette Strandberg of Jackson- lag Every Form of Beauty; homily Academy adlpi'. Sportswear

Tison and family recently were ville, spent last weekend with Culture -Tues.-Sat. 9-5; closed I 2 STORES-11 W. UNIVERSITY
her sister, Mrs. A.M. Howell eon.BAZAAR WORKSHOP- Mrs. Jo Strandberg.The Monday. POWELL'S I I and OAINESVTT.LE MALL
Pickup and Delivery Anywhere within and niece, Mrs. Sandra Chris- Every Wednesday, 10 a.m. to Halle-Mlzelle Family Reunion MOBILE HOMES
25mi. Radius tian and children. 2 p.m., with sandwich lunch at will be held at the Lake- Beauty AcademyLearn I
noon. Circle m, Mrs. William side Civic Center in Lake Butler NURSERY
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Beam's Circle, will be in chargeon on Sunday, Aug. 23. All relatives a Profession In Your MUSIC

PHONE 964-8350 Duplicate Bridge winners last August 12.INSTALLATION. and friends are invited. O.C. Carnes Nursery Spare TIme. Pull or Part Time I|I
week Mrs. Roland Mrs. Nora
were Bryan Mathis of Jasper, 219 N.W. 10th 378.2788
j 116 EAST CALL and Mrs. F.T. Hogue, 1st place; SERVICES is spending this week with her Thousand of
ST. Mrs. E.H. Cooper and Mrs. R.P. Preliminary plans are in the daughter and son-in-law, Vera plants I I BALDWIN
STARKE FLORIDA Vogh, 2nd place; Mrs. J.W.Bitch making for installing the new and Fred Swearingen. Fred and Fruit Trees-Shftde Trees ELECTRIC MOTORS
and Mrs. P.I. Elschbach, 3rd pastor of Community; Church, Vera spent the weekend in Lake Evergreens "=t.- S
place; Mrs. Ray Becker and Mrs. Stuary N. McCord, on August Alford, with Mr. and Mrs. Char- Camellias & Azaleas ELECTRIC I I
P.F. Kromer. Mrs. Mary Cook 23 at the Morning Worship Ser- lie Thompson. MOST ALL IN CANS &< {harMUSWes
T and\Uss: Iva Hillyer, tied for vice at 11 a.m. A reception will WELCOMEI I Mr. and Mrs. PLANT ANY TIME' Motor Repair Co. i I
4th place... follow In the educational building Steve Sova, formerly of Calla-
Beautiful Roses'-
301 DRIVE-IN 3-5 for Mr. and Mrs. McCordat han who have moved into our LandscapingPhone Of Gainesville Inc. O'vllle Shopping' Ctr. 172-533
o'clock. Rebeccas Cir- neighborhood.. '
Repairing. Rewinding
cle (Mrs. Ernest McLean)
mem- Mr. and Mrs. Y.D. Jones of
'. Show Begins At Sundown FLORIDA bers will be hostesses for this Miami were overnight guests of 659.2165 ZSIJ N.New W. and 18th Used- Ph. 371-A31S MOVERS

occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norwood on 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on
.I HTHS... .FRI.. SAT. AUG 6,7, 8 COMMUNITY CHURCH Annual Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.Fries-] Hwy. 100 at Florahome
Picnic will be held on August ner of St. Petersburg were visitIng Farm and Industrial
Double Feature' Program THEATREShowtimeWeekdays .
Long Distance Moving
23 at Gold Head State ParkFurther them and Mrs. Linnle Nor- Equipment I :
information will be reported wood this week. S. E. McKAY. REALTOR Storage Packing
7:00 as Mrs. Ernest McLean, Mr. and Mrs. Richard LanIer Crating ShlppLxFree
"MA" BARKER! .1:00 general chairman completes her uf Jacksonville have bought a lot KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-481 Santa Fe Tractor, I Estimate CallHILL'S
Sunday : Saturday 1:00
committee Appraisal. Service
.M,' H MCMOISONu.0VItl programing. on little Santa Fe from Edith :
>< I ANftOIF mui> During the next two weeks, Johnson and have been busy The Best la Lakefront FORD
SHELLEY WINTERS PHI.. SAT. AUG. 7, 8 during Mrs. Gloria Red/earn' cleaning and working there.They Homes. Acreage. Rentals Farm Tractors tt Implements I

Double Feature Program vacation, Mrs. Margaret Hen- are Robert Larder's parents.Ro ASSOCIATESMrs. USED!: EQUIPMENT Van Service, Inc.
schel will be acting secretary bert's and Jackie's boys have Melba Ilgen 473-4740 SALES PART SERVICE I'

of the Church. been going back and forth visiting C Mania I 'It In Jacksonville. L. J. Robinson 475-5931 GAINESVILLE:' FLA. 372-4271
Guests in the Lanier cottages
was birthday time at the this week are Mr. and Mrs.
Bradford County Senior Citizens Kim Miller and Mr. and Mrs.
f PAT DON DIANEHINGLE'STROUDVARSI a Club meeting on July 28 John Landregan and sons.

at the Recreation Center. Guest The weather has been too hot
visitors were Mrs. Fern Hanson for the fish to bite much, so
j president of the Keystone I will not have a fishing col- uNN N unulNCtso
..1970 Airaricin.. .," 'Inlinulional. 'Pictum,Inc. umn. Roy Griffin reports that
Heights Fellowship Club, andJu- the Shellcrackers are biting some 0 00p
PLUS Iff] COLOR byDrtuM UnrtMtAVtatsI Bus Hanson,, treasurer of the on the sandbars. Roy and Mr.

club. Zellner went bass fishing one
___ H P To liven up and have fun a day and caught 10 bass up to
[ ] ( PLUS The
f | tongue twister floored everyoneeven 10 Ibs. The fish are biting slow year-end buy
UunWI i/Ac/HaHoAnROR I ISANDRA though President Kerri- in the Oklawaha River too. My

... gan repeated the two-line phrase grandparents, Palma and Hubert -
and over again. No, the
over Chitty of Starke and Sally
members not hard of hear-
.._ ,IN7UN ANH e.. were Deese of Homervllle, Ca.camped
/ / / ('III ing, but a little work, "when"was
LLOYD UUAU Lf'.ANNAMOCNNUcctA. OORCJOAOAN'oJum JAFFE COLOR. /-Nll.x" some there this week but didn't
so hidden In the phrasingthat catch near as fish
many as us-
'197." Amvrt.n Int.n.trond P tture Inc no one passed the test

But, the Interest It created and ual.Well, that's all for this week,
,SUN., MON., TUBS., WED. AUG 9 10 11 li An Aubrey Sohenck the fun was very enjoyable. Then folks, see you next time.
Double Feature Program Production came group singing of the old
songs, with the new wording of
BarqueroI the Old Gray Mare, brought up
1 1 : I II to date.

I COLOR by DeLuxe- United Artists Following the game fun of Bin- AF
I I I I' I I Clff'JTHeAT..eSIJ.N. go playing birthday greetingsand

singing of Happy Birthdayto of the Kyles and the remaining _

Vice-President Mary Allen brothers all attended the fun- _
MON., TUES. and to President Joe, and lu- eral service in the family cem- ,

AUG. 9, JO, 11 clous: birthday cake, beautifully etery. Surviving brother attend- '-, H
decorated served with the
was ing with their wives were Mr.

The usual beverage. Members were and Mrs. Merrill Kyle of Mary- _
most happy to have member Carl Mc- land Dr. and Mrs. E.I. Kyleof _
Manus back with them after his Lakewood, N.J., and Mr. and
electrifyingritual long illness from a hip frac- Mrs. P.B. Kyle of Charleston.
ture and infection. He is ambulatory The deceased had been ill fora
f ever now with aid of a walker. long time in Orlando.
The next Club meeting will be The Keystone Kyles, Louie and ,
N4 seen August 11 at 1 o'clock in the Dell, are appreciative of the "

Recreation Center. Visitors are courtesies: extended to them by S Cutlets S Holiday Coup
always welcome but be sure the airlines on their Jet flight
to bring your own coffee mug to Charleston. As per custom
t tT and spoon. Host and hostess, at such an occasion, the Kyle
the Johnsons, will serve light family were all together this

refreshments time, an event which may not
be possible again. This reporter 1. You save big money when you buy it. The 4th Annual YearEnd
PERSONALS is happy to report that Dell Sale is Of now at your Oldsmobile dealer's-and the savings are substantialon PisTrWHI
House guests of Mrs Nell King and Louis are feeling real good every new Olds in his stock I '
THE MISISCH' PRODUCTION COMPANY Presents S were Mrs. Edgar Dawes and Mrs. now, and we trust they may en-
O.B. Cawthon, Sr. of Atlanta Joy good health for a long time. 2. You lave even more money a* you drive it. Olds is famous for j HHRMRHMni.
"HALLS OF ANGER"StarnnACALVIN Ga., and Mrs. Gertrude Miller Mrs. Albert Bachmam, president features that help keep costs down. Like Positive Valve Rotators in every
of Norfold, Va. They spent ten of the Melrose Woman's V-8 for peak performance thousands of miles longer rustproof inner C

LOCKHARTCo days with Nell following CharlesKing's Club, attended the District VPresident' fender aluminized exhaust system bias-belted tires many morel 4
death. Nell is remaining
Council of the Flo-
Music Starring-DAVE GRUSIN Written by JOHN SHANER and AL RAMRUS T .t In her Twin Lake's home, and rida Federation of Woman's 3. You get a nice bonus at trade-in time. An Olds i is a good investment
Executive> Producer WALTER MIRISCH Produced by HERBERTHIRSCHMAN: friends remember to call her Club. in Gainesville on July 30. -traditionally you get more of your dollars back when you're ready
[(Gp' Directed by PAUL BOGART COLOR by Delu.* (Uratwi ArtHt RICHARD HARRIS and w* hope soon to have Nell Mrs. J.C. Pratt, State Pr d- to trade the next time around. t
back with us In club activities.: dent of FFWC. told the group'
asMAMAHCALLED Mr. and Mrs louts Kyle were about the Hacienda Girls Ranch,
-PLUS- HORSE" called suddenly to Charleston,, the 1970-71 project of the Federation If think can't afford Oldsmobile
W. Va. on the occasion: of the This will be a horn for you you an a
alNAraION'T.UINIOnIOa- err passing of Mr. Kyle's brother. girls and will be think
The Hell Boats "NId'IONAI.OINIIIAJ.: nCTUMS MtUASC located at Co ...itstime to again. r
Freeman Kyle] of Orlando. ..
A CINEMA CIWntR FILM PMM TIONl coa., The first unit will be ready
Charleston Is the family home in early October.


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Mrs. Watkins and Mrs.WilliamF. = -

Swan LakeDispute Fill-in Hayes, a kindergarten teacher
at Melrose Elementary, will
leave soon for a E.K.N.E. Sem-
inar to be held in Washington,

Heads For tary D.C. Kindergarten teachers throughout and elemen-the CIASSIFIID ADS GET REtiUlTS 1

country will that meet should to discuss be Incorporated Innovations -

into the modern school

avsm.' .
Early ShowdownFrom Stephens -.
Mr. and Mrs. F.L. .. -
returned Sunday afternoon to -
their home on Nelson's Point
following a two-month vacation J.
( Preceding<< Pal) which took them Into many coun- -..e.e.rCLASSWIED pea BEST PRICE ON NEW CURB Economic Agency In
tries in their trip around the AD COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cot DUSTERSsEE ESTON JOR Sjarko Is accepting applications
Carnes has done no further workon establish more fish breeding world. They were very pleased RATES ''TYPEWRITERS Manual ol tags parents wanted. Some :DAN STARKE CHRYSLER. : for the positions of out-

the project In two years. grounds along the canal, where with their travels and have many Minimum Charge: .., 1.73 Electric. For sale or rent. Married couples. and 'women. BET. 301 NORTH. PH. 964- reach Worker and Clerk-
In the hope of settling the matter none existed before," he said. slides to show their friends. (Covers IS words) Bradford County Telegraph. Salary starts $347 ;per month 6800. Itchg Typist< In the EmergencyFood
so he can proceed with the "But I am about ready to throwin Mrs. Frank Ilgen has been per: person. 5 day week, 8 hour and Medical Program.
work, Carnes offered to buy the the sponge," he added. appointed by Governor Claude Each 'word over 13-To FOR RENT: TV sets, baby day. Promotional opportunities LADIES OWN YOUR OWN Applicants for cutreahi worker -

disputed property from the HF The decision If any-- Is anxiously Kirk to a second term of officeas SOc Extra Charge If nol beds. eleo. guitars, amplifiers, State Retirement, sick leave PIXIE SHOP ;must have reliable' transportation -
Trustees, but the offer was re- awaited by the ownersof Trustee of St. Johns River refrigerators: day or week. DA- vacation, etc Please. apply in With a complete/ line of Popular High School education -
jected. The purchase Is opposedby the seven homes built on the Junior College at Palatka. Mrs. paid In advance HMER'S 884-7923. ttehiWATSON'S person only: .Personnel Office, priced. dresses, sportswear and experience, with food

members of the Swan Lake Johnston property, who might Ilgen serves on the board as CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Butiland.: Center GatnesvJte.' and shoes for ladles and and nutrition preferred.\! Sal-

Steering Committee. possible find their houses situ- a representative of Clay County $1.50 Per Inch Fla. An equal opportunity; employer girls' can .be yours.! We assist: ary $1.70 per hour, 40 hours
Reportedly, the State would ated on state land. In such case, ; Frank Hancock is chairmanof tfchg :you In renting your toul'dlng' per -meek. QualiLcatiorus: fee
like to develop a boat rampon they would have to purchase the the Board of Trustees and Memorials Resolutions purchase and et-uij of your clerk-typist, must include typing
the lake front of the property property again this time from vice-chair- House of Vacuum train!
Mrs. Ilgen serves as Proclamations, etc -7c 'word fixtures and complete 50 wpm and general office -
has made overture the State.- or move their houses
cash necessary;
man. MOORE'S ing. $800.00 experience. Shorthand andsome
Many brands of new vacuum
to Carnes for an easement Mrs. Mike Redfearn and daugh- CARDS OF THANKS coat d $3.500. $10.000 ,
off.Also total bookkeeping: hejpiul:; 'but
through his prop rty.; The proposed eagerly awaiting the decision ters left Keystone last Satur- 50 words or less ,.' ......3.00 13 .fIO up. Used machines from. SUN SPORTS ;merchandise on consignment not necessary Salary $1.65
boat ramp Is also opposed are members of the Swan for two-week visit with 110. Expert Repairs all make'
day a Over 100
Each word over SO-7o at our own risk. hour 40 hours' week.Applications .
per per
Committee. Committee who Farts and Accessories for all
by the Steering Lake Steering Mrs. Redfearn's grandparents, MOORE BOAT FOR shops throughoutthe .
email :town must be submitted
claim that pollution is coming vacuums. Built In Central vacuum
Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Whitney of
According to Dallas Gray, IIF from the disputed area. They Haddem, Conn. SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic cleaning systems.: 712 N. YOUR MONEY south. Only one franchiseper call collect by August. 15. Write to

engineer In charge of fresh water report that the lake has an ave- Mrs. C.E. Fothergill, of PIney Letters, all ,sizes colors. Permanent 'Main Gainesville 376.7110 town. Write or CUBS Economic Agency, Inc.
lakes, the question that will rage rise and fall of 12 feet, PC Md., returned Saturday after for use on wood glass. Starke Ph. 964-5791 : Mrs. Hcelzer: P. O. !Box P. O. Box 970 Starke, Florida
have to be resolved Is the owner- and that when the water rises a week's visit with her sis- plastic, paper metal, leather, VAVE'S' FABRICS First Quality Complete Outboard & 51429. Jacksonville 32091; or contact the Neighborhood :-
ship of the filled-In area, basedon the new homes are flooded and ter, Mrs. George Schaeffer and ANYTHING I Bradford County. dress, drapery: upholstery yia. 32250; phone 904-246-7462. : Service Canter in
whether or not It Is lakewardof their septic tanks overflow into daughter, Martha Jane. Telegraph. tI material. Notions, chenille bedspreads Stern Drive Service and __ _Uchg your area. An Equal Opport-
the high-water mark. The the lake. tapestries. Also seconds : Repair. Complete Fiberglass unity Employer. ItcJig
State has previously claimed title One long-time resident, whose PREREGISTRATIONNOW Southern Marine inlll end: BankAmert- Repair. Custom- FOR SALE20 acres of good
to lake bottom up to the home is near the controversial AT SJRJC card rand Master Charge. Open built Fiberglass Fishing farm land for sane> ,toy owner. Selling To Settle and Estate
mean high water mark, but according subdivision, tells of seeing raw The Counseling Center of St. Moved To GainesvilleNew Monday, 10-7: Tues. through<< : Small frame. 5 room house 535 & 547 West Madison
to legislation passed at sewage float past his home when John's River Junior College, un- NameGainesville Sat.. 9-7: Sunday 1-6. Hwy.: 301 Boats. our miles north cf Starke H Street, 2 furnished houses,
the 1970 session, It must now the water level rises, and an- der the direction of Shirley M. 1V4 ml. north of Waldo. tfchg mile off 301. Terms. Call 964- capable: of $200.00 per month
base Its claim to the bottomup rtfor: pointed out black clumpson Woods, is now preregisteringstudents MarineLYNN 7934. lip rental. Offered .as ds less few
to the high water mark as the white sand bottom, whichhe for the fall term. Pre- HAMILTON S )personal items. See Fcr Sale
It was In 1855, the year in which claimed were caused by the registration Involves the select- MGR Smith Plumbingand FOR SALE Two 7-8 Charo- Sign! on property Brokers Invited
the state obtained title to "sub- pollution.One Ion of courses and class sect- Johnson Motor Cobra Boats MARY lals tou'ls' -8
merged lands." The law pre- of the subdivision homes ions for Term I of 197071. Marine Supplies! Supply Webb Clay Hill Maxvllle 289- ,basis. This Is the Wesley and

sumes that this can be done inspected by the group last week "Since many of the prime course 1030 E. University Ave. 2701. Itp Maud Andrews farmer home
be the use of elevations and had an open ditch for a drain and hours are now being closed Oameavilla place. To be shown :by ap-
physical evidence, such as rows that flowed from under the rear because of the pro-registration Raiford Road CARTER FOR SALE- Extra clean 1965 palntment only. No Sunday
of old tree stumps, now sub- of the house to a marsh on the process, it Is to the advantage IF WE DON'T HAVE IT Phone 964-6023 GTO with Keystone Maar, 4 Showing Call Monday If you
merged, but which at one time lake shore. Other residents complained of anyone planning to attend St. we'll get It for ;you. Offlc speed Hurst transmission .want 1sale investment: in
marked the shore line In some that the only fish breed- Johns during Term I to be pre- Supplies, Furniture Equip. positive traction 410 rear Starke this is It. A. J. Thom-
lakes. Ing grass flats in the lake were registered before August 7," ment. Bradford County Contracting and Repairs PAINTS end, and 389 engine 'with' 3 as Realtor Tel. 964-5701.
Due to the complicated natureof endangered by the dredging operations Mrs. Woods said. Telegraph. Plumbing Fixtures duce Call 964-5219. Itchg
the problem, Carnes says he In order to begin the pre- Water Heaters FOR RENT Small unfurn
does not expect a solution to A reported 185 Lake Swan property registration process, a first- WANTED LISTINGS Water Pumps FOR SALE8 ft. Vegetable ished cotlagw: ; nice location,
come out of next Tuesday' meet- owners have petitioned the time SJRJC student must have On Homes and Acreage Buyers NEW ITEMS Cooler, $50. Clark's :Fruit! ,land for garden.!' No children,
nr Trustees to deny the appli- application through the Office Waiting. Strout Realty: net. stand 301 South Starke lip no pets. Ideal ,for retired cou-
Ing."I was trying to develop some- cation by Carnes to purchasethe of the Registrar and he must Broker 211T N. Temple Ave. WALL PAPER iple.) Phone 9645801. 4tp 8-27

thing beautiful there, and which 3.86 acres of land involved have paid his one-time appli- Ph. 964-6609 Starke. Fla.. FOR RENT2 air conditioned FOR SALE 14 ft. Layton
would actually benefit the lakeKeystone-- from the state.PERSONALS cation fee of $10. Although 12 cottages Klnglesy Lake ." Unpainted Furniture Travel Trailer' Excellent CLASP ENVELOPES, all
hours is the minimum number of For all your Real Estate $850. Call 473-4667. sites.- Bradford County Tela
hours for classification as a NeedsBuy Sell Ex Call oat night Ph 533-2363 Wood Graining Kit Condition ItD graph.

full-time student, a student car- change Appraisals. Ex- tfchg

Hil ices rying two or more courses must pert Advice on ail Real REDUCE SAFE land Past with K-80 paint Remover
I complete the full-time application Estate Problems Call OoBese Tablets and E-Vap

packet. BILL POWELL "Water" Pills" Andrews Pharmacy 102 EAST BROWNLEE Sears Close-Out PricesON
After the application has been Reff. Real Estate Broker 6tp 8-6
From Proceeding P'1- submitted, an appointment Is Phone 984-6464 STREET
made through the Counseling Office Starke Plaza Starke DID YOU KNOW it's easy to AIR CONDITIONERSCATALOG

and children,of Gainesville,were for pre-reglstration. Fre- tfchg own a Longchamp Home?
Monday evening dinner guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Karl Andersenof registered students then must Better built for Florida lIv- PRICE SALE PRICE

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dwyer of Wilson, N.C., were weekend appear on Tuesday, Aug. 25, to FOR SALE-1963 ford with 390 ing. You.* plans or ours. Your EZERASE TYPEWRITER B.T.U $279.95 $249.88
Clover Lane. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom pick up their computer print V-8 good: shape, $1,800) .or $300: lot or ours. Contact Buford PAPER Mimeo Paper, Bond) 13,500
Maj. and Mrs. Woodrow Gilbert Bryant. Mrs. Bryant is the mo- out sheet In the Technical Building and take payment.: Phone !SC4- Mitchell, phone 864-6853. P. O. Paper. Notebook Filler: 14,000 B.T.U. $229.95 $199.88
and five children, of Tampa, ther of Mrs. Andersen. T-106, and pay their fees. 5037 and leave phono No. 'or ad- Box 238 Starke tfohg Bradford County Telegraph.
were guests last week of Col. Another son-in-law and daugh- Failure to pick up the com- dress XP 18,000 B.T.U. $279.95 $239.88
puter print-out sheet and/or
and Mrs. James Chesslngton. and
ter of Mrs. Bryant's, Mr.
Col. and Mrs. John Jet and Mrs. T.C. Hill, and children, the fees by 4:30: p.m., Tues- BIO PENS. Ball Point Refill INSURANCE VETINARY INJECTABLEJ3 23,000 B.T.U. $329.95 $279.88
son, Bobby, of Ft. Bennlng, Ga., of North Augusta, S.C., were day, Aug. 25, will cancel thestudent's *. Bradford County Tote.graph. AT REDUCED RATES Tetanus TooJ4'
arrived Tuesday for a short vis- last pro-registration. The AUTO FIRE BOAT
also in Keystone Heights Sleepingsicknesa LIMITED SUPPLY PHONE: 9B4.681R
it with Col. and Mrs. Chesslngton weekend. student must then register on DOYLE E. CONNER Distemper Hepatitis-Lepta
at their home on Lake Loch Mrs. Andersen and Mrs. Hill the regular registration day if INSURANCE AGENCY' Comblothj
he still wants to attend StJohns.
Lomond. are aunts of Miss Diana Ilgen, filer Brown toll<< ANDREWS DRUGS
Regular registration for students -
SHOWER GIVEN FOR whose marriage to JohnW.Josey is August 26. Wednesday, WANTED PUMPSNEW
MISS, SHAUGHNESSY was held Saturday, August 1, Sept. 2, is the last day for BAIRD
shower hon- at the Keystone Heights Community FOR RENT -12' A miscellaneous late registration. Day classes !!!!! AND USED
oring bride-elect Patty Shaugh- Church. begin Thursday. Aug. 27. .1IIIII'TCF Mobile Homes trailer outside. city
ncssy was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kempof limits. J. B. White, 964-6114. 25-75 Cases SALES
Gainesville, hosted a cook- NEW and USED
Col. and Mrs. James Chesslngton Volkswagen
3 out at their home in Kirkwood 8-10-12' Wide Grade B PARTS
on Monday evening, Aug. ,
at 8 p.m. Hostesses for the in honor of Miss Patty Shaugh- New Used I.fI) GainesvilleGood SERVICE
My Neighbors .
occasion were Mrs. Robert nessy and Steve Shackleford, Sale Service Quality BARREITWater EGGSALL Deep and Shallow Wells
whose marriage will be an e- 'WI
Hayes, Mrs. Phillis Hussey, Water Softeners and
Mrs. Huntley Redfearn, Sr., and vent of Saturday evening, Aug. 8. 1 MI. North of TIre Man Reasonably Priced Condition FiltersPlumbing
the 22 invited guests were received Gainesville 378-2785
Mrs. Chesslngton. GAINESYILLEFour
Receiving guests were Mrs. by the hosts and their Serviced! Guaranteed and ing and Pump"Co. OR PARTPAYING Supplies

Chesslngton, Miss Shaughnessy, guests of honor on Saturday eve- Delivered In Starke! Area TOP
ning, Aug. 1, at 6:30.: ro.quv EXPERT SERVICE ON
her mother, Mrs.RobertShaughnessy M f..nwU, NO EXTRA COST 130 Court Street
Guests were seated at tables, PRICEContact
and the mother of the Miles Out ALL MAKES
Phone 964.5832
Don individually'decorated with yellow Ralford Road ITS 441 N. 4301 NW IJtk
prospective groom, Mrs. PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
Shackleford.An and white arrangements, located MODERN MASONRY HOMELarge : O..1De. 375.2783POE : STARITEWater JimmyBox
kitchen items on the Kemp's sundeck.
assortment of Living Room .
was presented to Miss Shaugh- Guests Included Miss Shaughnessy' Paneled Family RoomMany. 2uStarke.
SALE block
Mr. and Mrs. Concrete Conditionersand SUPPLY CO.
parents, Fla. PUMP &
by the hostesses. Extra'
nessy Robert Shaughnessy of Keystone Many : house: 8 bedroom 1 bath, cen- Pumps

POWELL JOHNSON Heights, her aunt, Mrs. A.B. Only $13,830 tral heat tt air-conditioning. Corner WELL DRILLING
I Stevens of Summersville, W. Va. POWELL. BROKER lot. Phone 964-5367. tfchg
Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Powell, 864-6464 961-6810 Sales and Rentals
and Mr. Shackleford's parents, 25C SALE ON
of Keystone, announce the engagement -
POSTED SIGNS: Treated to
and Mr. and Mrs. Don Shackleford, r- n J'r Repair Department
approaching mar-
withstand' weahe1'20.. sub, BRADFORDSEPTIC
riage of their daughter,Frances, of Keystone Heights. EDMONDSON 24 Hour Service
to Lamar Johnson of Lawtey. Mrs. Roy Watkins, principal CARL BEGGS $2.23 dos. Special price on larger TANK USED CLOTHINGMany
of Melrose Elementary School, Landclearing quantities. Bradford County
The wedding will be an eventof Gulf Service
Telegraph.l tf COMPANY
attended a Nutrition Workshop
August 18 at 8 at Gadara
p.m. LOST OR STOLEN-Premier
planning meeting held at North *" BULLDOZING VSED PARTS : Good: Items
Baptist Church, located on state WANTED: Used Wrln r.Waeb- Reverberator. REWARD for return -
highway 315. Family and friendsof Carolina, from State Tuesday University through in Saturday Raleigh *" MOWING Top Prices for Wrecked Cars er. Will pay cash or take In The Gospel Massengers., Owned & Operated By For Only 25c
the couple are Invited to attend oil
Purpose of the meetingwas TRACTOR WORK 24 Hour Wrecker Service trade on anything. DAHMER'S. CALL 964-7337 or Write P.O. DON NEWMANS and
the marriage and reception,
which will be held at the church research to coordinate program plans concerning for a Fill Dirt and -- Fuel Oil M4-T623._u-chg Box 538. Stake.. TFC MICHAEL. DOBBS. FAITH BARGAIN

Immediately after the ceremony. Lime Rock Vied Cars WILL BUY Used. Appliances,
nutrition to be headed by Dr. : )
Please note that this Is not .
the same date published earlier Mary Head. Mrs. Watkins was Qualified Operator Hwy. SOI) N. Waldo Furniture, TV'". Stereos anything George E. LaRue INSTALLATION STORE
invited to attend as a consult of value. DAHMER'S.
In 4(81998National
I "Reporter. ant. Phone 1 964.7205 INSURANCE AGENCYAuto

I :jJIWWflSJWSSBiai: :::::: ::; ;:*:>:; 8iii::::: ::,; ; :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::;:;::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Starke, Florida ___E'_ AMANA 7-foot chest freezers Fire Homeowners DRAIN CLEAN-OUT 128 N. Court St.
that. carry a S-yeor. warrantyfor LIFE & ACCIDENT AND PUMPING

i LUMBER Sewing labor and parts for only Keystone Height 473-469
$149.95 at!: DAHMER'S. tfchg
Machine Co. Phone 9646647Starke ADDING MACHINES: MaaSal

6 Cubic\ Foot walnut { AT MILL PRICES I largest selections from which rnoilco: Freezer, like new. $6.98 8 trade tapes for sale tfch rent. Add subtract, credit baI-

to choose. Pfaff. Neeehl, Nelco, Holds\ 210 lbs. Nearly! half priceat tor $5.98 'or $3.50with 'trade''

r| 2\4's Ifi it. and 18 ft.. suitable for bam and New Home. & Universal DAHMER'S Discount House. in. at DAHMER'S Discount
This Ad Worth $3.00 On Any fiche House. tfchg
:;:| stable construction.
: :.' Purchase or Repairs
1 6c linear foot ; GROOM AND CLIP your Poodles '4 and 8 Track Stereo Tape
| per any length ti sit W. University! Ave. 3781333SEWING
$5.00. Call Kathy !Myers. Players for cars for sale, only;
MACHINE Cleaned 5332413. 4tchg 8-27 $49.95 at DAHMER'S Discount IN.J'TANT READENNE.J'PfJNU

:|:::: 29 gna.e Galvanized Roof Metal, 32 in. wide by :.::: home oiled $5 and.00. adjusted Vacuum In cleaner your FOR RENT-Summer cottage House. itfbhg

| 18 and 20 ft. long &lngI Lake, new \duplex. FOR SALE-4 City lots 414 N.
repairs also. All .
.. guaranteed. \
Water St. tfchg .,
Call Merritt Williams 964-5391
:|: $10,95 per square : Dennis. E. Coggina. Phone O -
r} "' 1-1428. office or 964-7788 Y's % --
_tfehu home.tfohg WANTED To Rent or Lease
with" Option to Buy. Farm
FOR NOLLMAN'S rental '
I: Creosoted Barn Poles in ,Starke sea Mrs. Carrie property WATER FRONT PROPERTY Ibouse or suburbs, at least 4

| S to 4" Tip x 12 ft. __________________ 2.50 ea. lj Ward. 418! N. Cherry St. tfchg Oa Intel Crosby Ideal Lake For Mobile Crosby Home Lake, Box bedrooms 128, ;Starke Berne, lip Write

& 4 to 5" Tip x 12 ft. u__ ______.________ 3.00 ea. : NEWt Summer. Cottage Or Year-

% 4 to 5" Tip x 18 ft. ________________ 4.50 ea.2x8' :: MOPILE HOME SPACE FOR Round Living.' FOR fastback SALE automatic- 1968. ,Mustang excel-
;:; : RENT. SHADY OAKE3 To Co Gear::.
--- .:3f.; All Lot Ready lent condition, new Urea.
; ) TRAILER PARK" RELAX ed Graded ft Leveled. 9350.00 equity! LET
; Pressure Treated 1i swim .fish, or ski and sUll be Priced From $993.00. FlnanAvailable monts. Call 9646137.assume pay.Itp 1t

Soluble for Corral & Fence Construction16c on 301. Entrance near: Fire- C'.Jl\<< Call 9647701.
\ tower. About 6 miles south of FOR RENT--IFuml hed 2 bed t
per linear foot St&rhe. Phone 9645033. HOUSE PAINTING Interior- room house with
: ,. f Itp) large screen
: THE; FIRST NAME IN Exterior. Kool seal mobile porch. No children
:: homes. Hourly: or contract.: Phone 964-5884. 570 W. Call
: 2 mo. old $3 pair Phone 964- First class -workmanship con- 8t.

MUTUAL LUMBER CO. DATSUNGAINESVILLE 5543. tf tact Lonnie Rotosrts. Ralforo), lip

I FOR RENT Furnished Fla. Mon.: Thur.; Frt. 7 a.m USED!: CLOTHING -You pick. The 'Bradford County Telegraph
and "ksvbg 10 lb. bag $1.00 23 '
nights we
431-1126 ; bag 200.
1 5 miles South of Starke on VS. 301 apartment Living room, bed-
Y if 2nd Ave. 2n4 SI. S. E. to 5 p. m. 431-1126 night and PaWl Bargain Wore, 1MXortti
room, kitchen
Ph. Starke 964-7490 or) Waldo 468-1312 r and' dinette. 331
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