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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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A "workable" school decision -

HP Board Young Voters down by has' U.been S. District handed

Judge Charles R. Scott iri

the court-ordered integra

tion plan: )) Bradford educa- i
Swan Lake Register Here tors feel.

"All school people are thank- I
A surge in the registrationof largest number of new voters, ful a decision has been made,"
Ends young voters accounted largely 51.] Assistant Supt. Connie Clark said
Dispute for an increase of 514 in Total registration (all parties) Tuesday after his office had received -
p't qualified voter registration in by precinct is as follows: the desegregation order
U Bradford County, according to 1Lawtey( city hall) 544. signed by Judge Scott. School
Supervisor of Elections Neva 2Lawtey( Rec. Dept.) 367. administrators knew the plan

A long-standing dispute overa muddied three years ago by the Flynn. (Continued on Page Four) was coming but were relievedto
dredge and fill project on Swan canal work. Total number of electors (all have It actually In their hands.

Lake, between Melrose and Putnam Representatives of Conservation sIS 9d pS1( SIIy parties; ) In the county now stands "A very workable plan,"Clark

Hall, was compromised 70's, a militant group of at 5,923 as compared with 5,676as Mid-Year says of the decision, "I foresee -
Tuesday when the State Cabinet conservationists, urged the Cabinet TD of May 1.Registered I. no difficulty" In Implementing -
sitting as Trustees of the to seta precedent for 250 similar Democrats increased It.Judge.
Internal Improvement Fund, cases it will be considering their strength from 5- 'Bonus' Scott's order does exactly -
gave permission for Carl Carnes, later, by ordering the dredged 206 to 5,676 for a net gain of what local school men expected
of Keystone Heights, to com- material put back In the lake. 470. Republicans showed a gainof it tobecause they worked
plete a canal from the lake to Carnes has maintained that the 45 qualified electors, from 179 Granted closely with the judge In the past
upland properly that he is developing work he Is doing does not interfere in May to 224 at the close of the few weeks and actually helped

with the ecology of Lake books last Saturday. Apparently, draw up the plan. For Instance,
Swan, and declares that the canal the statewide appeal to Demo- attendance zones set In
Carnes started the project sev- SheriffsFlorida up the
is actually creating more crats to change their party affiliation -
eral years ago, but work was plan were written by Supt. Tom
halted in the summer of 1968 fish-breeding grounds than existed in order to vote for Casey, Clark, and other top administrators -
before. Republican candidates in Sept- sheriffs received a .
protest of other Lake Swan
property owners. The action ember had little effect here. mid-year "bonus" when Attor- "I feel we can continue to

Tuesday, in effect, reinstates a Independents lost one vote In ney General Earl Faircloth gavean develop a quality education pro-
permit Issued to Carnes in Jan- "" '\" the county, dropping from 24 opinion that pay raises votedto gram with this decision of the
uary of 1968 and cancelled seven BC Still registered in May to 23 at pre them by the 1970 Legislaturewould court" Supt. Tom Casey said
months later.Tuesday's sent.Mrs. be retroactive to January Friday after Judge Scott's decision -
agreement will per- Flynn reported a rushon I I. was finalized. Casey obviously -
mit Carnes to complete the work, In Dark ""''....-, "" .. the final day of registrationwhen Faircloth admitted that his interpretation relieved, promptly left
provided the spoil material is 124 new voters were added of the law broughtIt for a vacation that will stretch
-- to the list. Eighty-nine were with the Uniform
placed on state-owned lakefront, Into conflict into next week.
,_.- added last Friday, and 75 Thurs Pay Act of 1969, requiring implementation -
and that public easement is What
a On Road day. of the salary Increases the court ordered plan
granted by Carnes giving accessto "At least 75 per cent of the provided,all county officers does in send the 275 students
the state property. The agree attending all black schools to
new registrants are voters of 20 cent
young at the rate per
ment also requires the construction Lawtey BIP AwardMilo registering for the first time," per year However, the Attorney integrated facilities. The num-
of a dike at the mouth of SpendingStill ber of pupils affected amountsto
Mrs. Flynn said. Gener-1:l ;.Laid the 1 1970 act deals
the canal to prevent silting Into only eight per cent of the
Of the Democrat total, 2,370are with a particular aspect of that
the lake from the dredge opera- without an explanation of : Smith, Lanfey service !station:; and gift shop operator, receives white male; 2,342 white female law, and the courts have held others county's school population, integrated the

tion.The Cabinet action was taken Its secondary road fund accounts the Bradford Improvement Award for the month of August ; 448 Negro male, and 516 that In such cases the incon- are facilities.already attending -
with the Department of Trans- from Chamber of Commerce Negro female. Total white Demo- sistent provisions of the later
after a large delegation of Swan President Mac Baldwin and Chamber Judge Scott calls for closingthe
crat registration is 4,712 and will control.In .
portation, the Bradford County measure
Lake property owners, opposingthe :Manager John Myers. two all-black schools, RJE
total the Sheriffs
Negro Democrat. 964. Bradford County, -
Commission has been reprimanded -
Carnes project, said they DOT Director of Admin- Smith last March enclosed the lubrication hay of his Shell Service salary was Increased from Elementary In the Reno area of
would prefer an immediate decision by Starke and Anderson
further istration Pat Dodson. Station and now operates a sift and sandwich shop. lie has foregonethe White Rebubllcans total 209, $11,000 to $12,00 annually at Elementary
rather than
negotiations in the black section of Lawtey
DOT the local trade in favor of and Negro Republicans, 16. the last regular legislative ses- ,
between the HF staff The county wrote the car servicing an attraction for motorists as long as there is available
and the developer. week of July 6 requesting the using U. S. 301 which run in front of the station. Small gains in total in registration sion. The retroactive interpre- space In the black section In
were reported one
In, fking; action, the Cabinet tative department to Bradford to send County a represen-; to meet *- Two-road: sisrn::: erected along.U. S. 301: ) la':;\. neck. have doubledhis of the county's; 17 precincts every, with tation meant by an additional Faircloth,payment therefore of other mixed schools.RJE's .

rejected a six-point supplement UK with the County Commission the business, Smith says. No. II Hampton) showing theWhere $500 to Sheriff P.O. Reddish for enrollment last year was
recommended by the staff, 148 pupils and Anderson had 123
and adoped a compromise plan status of the county's primary and the first six months of the year. in grades K-6.
secondary road funds. The Com- 'the 1970 Legislature also voted -
offered by Secretary of State Ordered implemented by the
Tom Adams The main objection mission has repeatedly statedit pay Increases for Supervisors -
opening of school in September,
to the staffs proposal was does not understand how it of Election in all Florida
Judge Scott's
Code for
Dress plan calls attendance -
that Carnes would have been has gotten into the position of AdoptedFor counties, based on populatln. In Bradford IllghScliool.
their it amended the 1969
deficit in
showing a $4,114
permitted to purchase 2.43 a- Uniform grades 9-12, and the Middle
cres of state land which had secondary spending on which DOT Act to exclude them School, grades 6-8, from the
from the 20
been filled In an earlier dredg- keeps the records. per per year entire
county. Only exception is
provision, giving their raise all
Copies of Clerk Inman Green'sletter
ing operation. that Brooker and
nF Director Jim Apthorp defended to the DOT were sent to BHS StudentsA at one time, effective July I.In 1. mentary Schools will Hampton continue Ele-to
the recommendation by Sen. Bob Saunders and Rep. Eu- Bradford County the super.visor's be K-6 schools.
Shaw. Sen Saunders wrote salary is now $8,000,
saying there was some quest- gene
Lawtey, Starke, and Southside
ion as to the line between private DOT July 13 requesting,that DOT with monthly payments $666.66 Elementary Schools will continueto
and state property around send a representative to Brad- new dress code for Brad- E.M. Davis, Mrs. Mary p. Lappe, Economics Department. Mid- starting in July, 1970. The new be K-5 schools.
the lake, since the water level ford County.On ford ]High School students has Miss Kathe Lappe, Miss Beth drift blouses, or blouses with i salary bill provides, however,
had been lowered artificially July 17 DOT ComptrollerJ. been adopted by a group of 20 Mixon, Rev. Levy Lennon, LevyR. extremely low neck lines are out that the supervisor's office shall Second major feature of the
many years ago by the diggingof Wade Noda wrote Sen. Saun- parents, students, and school ad- Lennon II, Miss Linda Brown, of taste and will not be permitted cQ be operated on a full-time, five- court's plan is the attendance
wells. ders that Clerk Green had already ministrators. as school wear. day week basis, Heretofore, the zones, although even they are

Adams challenged this state- been notified that a meet- It establishes exact standardsfor Shoes must be worn at all office paid $2,484 per year, on basically the areas from which
ment, saying that Swan Lake ing would be arranged in Starke. such things as girls' skirt times while attending school unless ofv a one-day-per-week schedule. each school receives studentsnow.

was meandered the properly line But any such meeting plans length, six Inches above the specified otherwise by the .
was known, and the land In ques- were apparently discarded when knee measured from a kneeling instructor of the class (example: Some changes will result, however
tion belonged to the state and the matter came to the attentionof position, boys' sideburns, no P.i:. class). Beach clothes are ShawMover but the numbers of pupils
It should keep it. DOT Director of Administration longer than the ear lobe. In never acceptable as appropriatefor Involved will be small as in
David Anderson, a Gainesville Pat Dodson, who wrote the general the new code lays down r 1 school dress.Conservative the case of Graham. About 15
and Lake Swan county the following letter on elementary students from there
attorney property guidelines for parents and stu-
July 24: A'1 ,1,1r slacks and dun- will be bussed to Brooker Ele-
owner, said he was servingas dents to use in dressing for s r
spokesman for 175 of approx- "Gentlemen: school. r garees will be considered appro- mentary instead of Starke. It
imately 200 persons who own "I was sorry to read of your According to Principal Ralph r va priate only during cold weather will mean they will have to leave
homes on the lake. He declaredthe attack on the Departmentof Tran- Diggs, who asked that the entire (35 degrees Farenheit or lower) home an hour earlier and will
this must be announced by the be back home hour later In
group was opposed to the sale sportation at a recent meeting of code be published, a group an
of any "Illegally filled" land, your County Commission regard- of parents and students who represent local radio station. primary mover and organ- the afternoon.
and opposed to any further Ing primary and secondary road a broad cross sectionof Each girl is expected to come izer of the Conservative Florida The mixing plan also calls
dredging. He said the lake wasr funds. DOT tries very hard to extremes of opinion were se- to school with her hair already Democrats organization of 42 faculties to be mixed In the
cooperate with local governmentsover lected. Only school officials present combed, rather than in curlers.No (House members Is Rep. Gene same ratio as the blackwhiteratio
:::::::::::::::::::::::: = : .:.:.:.:.:::::;:.:::::.::: the state. Certainly you at the meeting, Diggs said, hats or hair coverings will Shaw of Starke. of students. It also pro-
r ;; ; t1 t1nr. must agree that more roads are were he and Assistant Carl Clark. be permitted In the classrooms. haw was spokesman for the tects the job status of professional -
built through cooperation than personnel In the schools
i Qbe
; Only members of the committee group after a two-day meetingIn
.1.rf attacking each other in the press.If were Invited. The meetingwas Sideburns must t be BOYS: Tallahassee the week of July being closedteachers and administrators -
nr. you have specific questions chaired by James F. Blood- no Hair cuts acceptable for school 26 when the group made plans must be transferredto
1 \.J.-O; WnJtttt'; : 1 1 about your funds, let me request worth, supervisor with the Flo- lower than the lobe of the wl'l be as follows: Sideburns for Its course of action In the positions of equal responsibility

f r rf that you forward them to rida Parole Commission. Other ear. Boys nil! be clean neatly trimmed, no lower than upcoming elections, Its positionin and comparable salary.
?. .11. me on paper and we will obtain parents and students on the Brad- shaven. the lobe of the ear; the back of the Democratic Party, and to For instance, Anderson Princi-
0 ::: the answers for you. I would ford High School Dress: Policies the neck must be seen; hair must nail down Its relationship with pal Jesse Moore is being offeredan
: :::1 like to invite be short enough on the foreheadto assistant principal ship at the '
you to Tallahassee Committee were Charles E. Willie Brown, Mrs. Louiza the leadership In the Florida
::1:: so that we can give you Johns, Don Hardenbrook, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Jack Hazen, Mrs. see the complete eyebrowsat I House. middle school and RJE PrInci-
.1:1:..:. the answers In person and wherewe Daisy Boch, Mrs. Louise Brox- all times. Ears must be ex- Basically, the CFD Is a coalition pal C.C. Anderson the post of ;
? have all records readily a- ton, Mrs. Elizabeth Givens Walker posed. There will be no extreme of conservative House secondary supervisor in placeof
1 vallable. Mr. Wade Noda, our Chance To See and Miss Deborah Walker. hair styles Including the Arm Democrats who "set forth pol- the retired Larry Gibson.
Comptroller, will be happy to The code in its style. The Federal district court will
entirely; Is IIcy matters as they see them,
I m make arrangements with you. 'Cross And Sword'At as follows: Boys will be clean shaven. Shaw says. retain jurisdiction of Bradford'sschool

:.:. "We don't enjoy being the General: Goatees of any description are "While you hear cries of liberalism assignment'plans untilit
N whipping boy for other public Special Rates The general public thinks of not permitted. If a mustache is i is the stopping among Republicans, we becomes apparent that the district -
I officials, especially where thereIs you as they see you at a glance. worn it must be shadow thick place? At HHS it's six feel we're just as conservativeas Is not returning to a dual
j BHS Season t a question of political moti- Residents of Bradford and three First Impressions are very last- and neatly trimmed and shapedat any group of Republicans," assignment system, but has a ,
vation. However, if you wantto other counties will be given an Ing, and your appearance and all times (there will be no inches above the knee. Shaw says. But the Bradford bonaflde unitary system Clark the
Football Tickets 8; build roads and highways efficiently opportunity to view "Cross And conduct usually give a clear Im- extremes). legislator believes that conser- court order states. Supt
:' and expeditiously as Sword," the official State his- pression of your overall attitude. Boys will wear shoes and socksat tight or low-slung pants, or extreme vative Democrats should operate thinks it may be several years
I I we certainly want to do, then torical drama, special reduced Students should dress as young all times while attending school bell-bottoms or shorts to Inside the framework of the before word comes down. that -
f Go On Sale :g::?: surely we can get together and prices this Friday and Saturday people going to work or applying unless specified otherwise by the school. Democratic Party. the court relinquishes jurisdiction. ,
r : accomplish our obligations to nights. for a job. Play cloths or party instructor of the class (example: All shirts will be buttoned (ex- Liberal trend of the Florida .
; Monday Ausr. 17 :|::1: the taxpayer." Bradford citizens will be admitted clothes In general, are not ap- P.E. class). cept the top neck button) If buttons Legislature has been so strong The also has to
r.f r. Dodson sent copies of his let- on the basis of two tic- propriate and are not acceptable.Eye Boys must not wear overly- are on the shirt, and. If that the group of conservativesfelt plan come
Watch Our If:: ter to Sen. Saunders and Reps. kets for the price of one to see glass shades shall not be made to be worn inside, must It necessary to band together before the BradfordSChootBoardwhich
Ralph Tyre and Gene Shaw. Pulitzer Prize winner Paul worn In class, or In any building be worn inside trousers.No to have their views recognized must agree to it or attempt -
F TORNADOES :1i1 The Bradford County Commis- Green's exciting stoup of the unless prescribed by an opthal- Budget Hearing hats will be worn Shaw says. to appeal, but it school Is a
conclusion the
or caps foregone
sion has been in the dark for founding of St. Augjjtine: thenation's mologlst, however shades may be Chairman of the CFD Is Rep.
::+ years concerning the expenditure oldest city, told in mu- worn on the campus. Friday NightA inside the school buildings. Hal Lancaster, Trenton, noted board is as happy to get the decision -

I i of secondary road funds. How sic, dance, and drama. All students dress and appear- Students are not permitted to leader of House conservatives.The as other school officials
c-a the DOT has spent road funds The play is being presented ance in general must not Inter- public hearing on Bradford wear signs, emblems, symbols, Cf'D was organized duringthe Bradford's Officially school ended desegregation Tuesday,
accruing to the county was madeno each evening in the week, except fere with good learning practices County's; $823,809.69 budget for or any other objects which wouldbe 1969 session and the the 1970
clearer to board membersat Sunday and Monday, at 8:30 and procedures. fiscal 1970-71 will be held at distracting or possibly em- session, Shaw v.,, the group problems go back to 1964 and
I! e ommunit.J : 8:30: p.m. Friday, Aug. 14, In barrassing or antagonizing to was instrumental n passing the by the U.S. Congress. Required -
Lake City In March, com- phitheatre on Anastasia Island, Girls are expected to wear the County Commission room other students. appropriations bill and strength-
at that time to submita
:: L missioners hav declared. just across the Bridge of Lions. conventional dress to school. In the courthouse. Students must be dressed In ening law and order laws.
i OIPt..te : "All we could understand was Admission Is $2.50 for adults, Dresses or skirts with reason- Approval of the new budgetwas regular conventional school attire Plans for the September meet- black plan schools to begin the eliminating School Board all-
::'. :::. that we didn't have any money $1 for students, with children able length (maximum six ((6) received Tuesday from the when they leave the gymor Ing of the CFD, Shaw says, is
: ---.. and the records were in Talla- under 8 and servicemen admit- above the knee) measured froma State Comptroller's field house for the cafeteria to draft a policy statement to adopted a freedomofchoiceplan.

..:;:..-ffSap....._...:..::.:: c- ::: hassee," Commissioner Buck ted free. Entire families are kneeling position from the floor, cording to Clerk of the Court Above policies apply to all be submitted to the state Dem- .
: >' : .w>;t"---.h-:: : Norman stated. admitted as a group for $5. by the teachers of the Home Inman Green. school personnel. ocratic Executive Committee. (Continued on Page Four)



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BIRTHS r.---- 1

... Woman's Club Stork Shower Bradford County; Hospital announces GUINEN-CRAWFORD

Names ChairmenThe For Mrs. Reddish the following births: h
Mr. and Mrs. Loimie Eugene Mr. and Mrs. Sidney F. Crtf-

executive board of StarkeWoman's At Kingsley Lake Tetstone Brooker, a daughter fls Jr. announce the engagement
Club held a dutch treat. .' t Wendy Louise, Aug. 6. of Elaine M. Guinea to Paul E.
'Mrs. Harold C. Farnsworth .art Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ri& > Net, Crawford. The wedding will take
1 1 luncheon and planning meeting at
ties, Starke
and Mrs. Charles Hall enter- a son, Edwin Ray of
: the Holiday Inn last Wednesday.The Nettles Jr. oobertrtLHaistenwhonwi
Aug. 6.
following committee chair- tained at a stork shower Monday Mr. and l
Mrs. Edwin
men were announced: Little Wo- night, Aug. 3 at the home of the Elisha perform the ceremony.
Conway, Starke, a son,Roy Ed-
latter on Kingsley Lake honoring
men's Club sponsors, Mrs. J.D. ward Aug. 1 \
Warren and Mrs. W.S. Haas Mrs. John A. Reddish.
Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7608 ft Mr. and Mrs. RobertLeeJohnson. Jacksonville.The .
.a Junior Woman's Club sponsor, The white linen covered refreshment Fussell of
Mrs. V.J. Spengler; Library table was centered Keystone Heights, a daugh- bride-elect Is a 1968 graduate -
ft' Society a Miss Florence Jennings; publi- with a "Rock-A-Bye Baby" cen ) k ter, Tonla Renee Aug. 7. of P.K. Yonge Laboratory
; city, Mrs. Guy Andrews and Mrs. terpiece. Mrs. Farnsworth pre- Mr. and Mrs. Randall O. School, attended South Georgia
k _.ItA ...,.. _dt'titw : Bill Chambers; Social, Mrs. Hazel sided at the punch bowl. i Ellxson, Lake Butler, a daugh- College and will attend Florida
''Wj"r-- -'- "' '- Bitch and Mrs. F.W. Strick- Games were played during the ter, Julia Corena, Aug. 10. a. State University In the fall. Miss

9"f land; Spiritual, Mrs. J.M. Edwards party; hours, 8 to 10 p.m., and ., Harrell is formerly from Brooker -
1 Jr.; Parliamentarian, prizes awarded. Vocational Rehabilitation CenterIn mowHilda and attended Bradford County;
is w. Mrs. Bill Chambers; Conservation The 24 guests Included Mrs. Gainesville.Mr. High School.
Mrs. J.A. Griffin,EducationMrs. Edwin Williams, mother of the Hicks graduated from Mr. Fussell Is a 1967 graduateof
Hobert Barksdale; Fine honoree, and Mrs. P.D. Reddish Bradford High School In Starke Englewood High School In JackBunvuie -
____ __ _
Arts, Mrs. John Myers; Home mother of Mr. J.A. Reddish. RobertsHicksEngagement and is employed with Jim Hope -'n &19 a graduate o fSouth
Life, Mrs. E.L. Matthews; International The hostesses gave Mrs. Red- Told Electric Company In Gainesville.The HarrellIs Georgia College and also will
Affairs, Mrs. Sher- dish a baby walker and baby marriage will be an eventof attend Florida State University;
rod Hamilton, Mrs. J.W. Kln- scale as a memento of the oc- November 7 at 7:30: p.m. at EngagedTo In the fall.
caid, and Mrs. O.L. Beasley; casion. Mr. and Mrs. Affle Roberts, the Bethel Church of Christ In The wedding Is planned for Aug.
House and Grounds, Mrs. War- of Bell, announce the engage- Bell. The reception will be held Mr. Fussell 22 at 4:30: the St.Augustine
ren Winkler and Mrs. O.L. and Mrs. Tyler Jones of ment and approaching marriage immediately after the ceremonyat Catholic Church In Gainesville,
Haynes Jr; Membership, Mrs. Starke Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy of their daughter, Mary Lee, to the Bell Community; Center.No Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Harrell of known as the 1738 West University;
William Hicks, son of Mr. and Invitations are being sent, Ave. Catholic Student Union Cen-
E.A. Hall and Mrs. Guy Sale. Gainesville announce the engagement -
of Callahan spent
Wingate Mrs. W.H. Hicks, of Brooker. but all friends and relatives of
Officers Mrs. of their daughter Hilda
are: president, Black ,
at the Edmondson cottage ine bride-elect Is a 1968 gra- the couple are invited to attend ter.All Invited
friends and relatives are -
John Sanders; first vicepresident Wynell. to Robert William Fus- I
Mountain, N.C., and last week at
of Bell School and is
duate High
Mrs. Olin White; second lake Tallahassee. the wedding and reception. sell, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.F. to attend.THURFRISAT .
a near at the
employed as a secretary
vice president, Mrs.M.A. Payne;
rEj recording secretary, Mrs. A.
Russell Norman corresponding
I secretary, Mrs. J.H. Vallnskl; ONLY !
treasurer, Mrs. Willie Mae Den-

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I Audrey Faye Dyal Becomes Bride i ; ,

Of Cpl. Griffis (In Baptist RitesMiss e 1 slashed I even

Audrey Faye Dyal,daugh- The bride's table was covered lower for this
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal with a handmade and embroideredcloth
Jr. of Graham, and Cpl Stephens from Panama. The center-
Kelly Griffls of the U.S. Marine piece was fashioned with pink event.
Corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. roses and white daisies, flankedby bargain I r
Griffls of Starke, were united In the three-tiered wedding cake
marriage on July 25 at 8 p.m. at and crystal punch bowl.Mrs.Jean
the Graham Baptist Church with Lefevers and Mrs. Jackie Johns IROH LADIES FALL j LADIES SHEER
Rev. George Tison of Fairbanks cut the wedding cake. Mrs. Alma lADIES HO- r
performing the candlelight, dou- Leta Sparks and Mrs.Betty Boals "J.i.: -" PANTY HOSE
ble-ring ceremony. presided at the punch bowl. DENIM' %PAN1S SHIRT SALE
The altar was decorated with Following the recepton the HAPPY COAT-Ideal choicefor \
baskets of pink and white Fuji couple left for a wedding trip to a sew-it-yourself coat is $1
shawl-collared style with
mums andgladioliagatnstaback- Tampa. The bride traveled In a this Riegel's 2 pro
side-wrap closing.
ground of palms and branched pink knit dress with white accessories novelty woven cotton in a Dureg. $4 $5 for
candelabra with white tapers. and orchid corsage. sunny yellow and white is a $4.99 : 3 for \
Mrs. Rodney Hall, pianist, and The couple will reside InJack- happy selection for McCall's 0
Miss Cheryl Griffls soloist,pre sonville, N.C. where Cpl. Grif- Pattern 2216 $2.59 Compare at a SI each
sented a program of nuptial mu- fIs will be stationed with the U.S. Plaids and stripes in our reg. I or morel! Sheer and seam
sic.The Marines. Cpl. Griffis returned Mr and Mrs. Merritt Williams straight leg SWs'e' All Brand new Fall styles in per less in beigetoneor sun-
bride, given in marriageby home July 12 after completinga spent the weekend at An- permanent S nylon.Fall\ manent press blends. Prints tan. Sized or stretch
her father, wore a peu satin year's duty in Vietnam. glers Paradise near Welaka. cotton blend.\ New in roll-up or long i Limit 4 pair
empire gown fashioned with bell cotors.8.13. and solids .. .
shaped sleeves. The empire j I II .21-1"":' sleeve, many cOllar styles. I
bodice and train were made of i11L. Fall colors. 32-38.
rose figured lace. Her veil of 't YOUNG MENS
illusion was secured to a head- lOOMiDCARDIGANS '
piece of white organza roses and HAND BOYS NO-IRON NO-IRON SLACKS
leaves trimmed with seed pearls.

She carried a cascade bouquetof I SPORT SHIRTS
white carnations, Illusion, and_
satin ribbon centered, with a :'j \ reg.
white orchid \" ' reg. to $2.99 ; $5
,I $ to
Miss Libby Tetstone of Broo- ..WIi i .
ker .served as maid of honor. Ii \ 3 5
Miss Connie Dyal, sister of the : I 4$3 s for
bride and Miss (
Donna Kay Dortchof ; ,
Waldo, cousin of the bride, t I Choice of woven plaids,
served as Junior bridesmaids. Entire stock of short sleeve styles flairs fast back solids and
They were attired alike in em- \ \ slashed for Dollar daysl All permanent hrs. Permanent press
c Reg. to 86.99.
pire floor length gowns of mint press.
green dotted swiss and wore I ,
bows of the same material as :.

headpieces. They carried nose- SHORT SLEEVE MArr' r
gays of pink carnations with MENS WESTERN

matching Mr.Griffls tulle served and satin his son i'' ,: t.-;.,.: i> GIRLS BLOUSES SPORT SHIRTS JEANS 1 1fi

best man and ushers were Jim I -"'" l' .1L. SHIRTS ,
Noguez of Tampa,brotherinlawof .,.t .1 & c $3.99
the and Louie Davisof I our reg. $ I $
groom '
Waldo, cousin of the bride. .J '4 .., .} *3 5 our reg. 2
Miss TI $2.99
Mary Elizabeth Dortchof lot 2 f for I
Waldo, cousin of the bride, ; 2 for
kept the bride's book. ? m Authentic styling with 5
I $1.99 perma- Entire stock of short sleeve plus
Following the wedding a reception All regular and pockets and reinforced at l'
was held at the home of nent presS. Tailored long sleeve styles! Permanent press andlongpoint '/ all points of stress Perma
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal at Hamp \ lace trim dreSSY styles' tapered and tails button-down nent press Reg. and slim
ton Lake, aunt and uncle of the I \ 714. --, collars. 618. 616. "
t I II

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For ReddishAt Miss AspinwallIn Weds Mr. Salsbury
fALL our reg. $1.59
Kingsley Lake Jac ;
$1 Slip-on or oxford styles

Miss Linda Sue Aspinwall, 8, at 3 p.m. in the Church of with cushioned insole.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Reddish daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JohnW. Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 'I 0 White, colors. 5-10. yds.
gave a party Saturday, Aug.S\for Aspinwall Jacksonville, and in Jacksonville.The : .. 3 for 2 $1
their daughter, Stacey, on her Robert Eugene Salsbury, Jr., son bride Is the niece of Mr. fl FLATS & SPORTS for
second birthday. The party; was of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. and Mrs. Joseph Bedford and Mr. \ _
held at the summer home of Mr. Salsbury, also of Jacksonville, and Mrs. James F. Quinn, all of Sias 3.6x end 7.10 at the same ; Beg. 2.99 new Fall seg. 69C a yard sport swear -
arrived : -
and Mrs. Edwin Williams on All just : -- styles In a big selection. duck and dressmaker -
were married on Saturday, Aug. Starke. low sale prIce. ssblends. Come gefem $2 fabrics. Solids.
Kingsley Lake. Both the bride and the groom f p for Beck to School and at this sale price) _.J; prints, florals and patS -
The 14 children and their mo- are graduates of Robert E. Lee Buy now \ toms 44/4S" w.dth.BARGAINS .
thers enjoyed swimming and refreshments Dinner Party High School and will reside In ilsavel'
during the party; Jacksonville.
hours, 3 to 5 p.m. The refresh- For Miss Harrell
ment table was covered with a And Mr. Hatcher GALORE ALL OVER THE STORE! \
Yogi Bear tablecloth with matching -
napkins) and centered with a
birthday cake. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Warrenof LADIES I SCARFS 2/$ JR. BOYS SHIRTS BASKETBALL SHOES j

her Mrs.mother.Reddish Mrs.was Edwin assisted Williams by- small Gainesville dinner party entertained Saturday nightin at a ourreg. 79Cea. . . . . . I Long sleeve. no-iron . . 3/$5 Youths, boys&menssizes. . . 2

and Mrs. Alfred Johns, the Pecan Room of the Garden

Mrs. Winfred Tomlinson, Mrs. Restaurant honoring Miss Gloria LADIES PANTIES 3/ JR. BOYS JEANS 17" X 25" PILLOW
Eugene Shaw and Miss Karen Harrell and Harry M. Hatcher $1 z/s5 s'

Reddish. Mr. Reddish was assisted m, whose wedding will take place Guaranteed lyear . our reg. S1.79ea, , , ,. Crushed turkey leather filled. . ,.
in watching youngsters August 22.Guests .
In '''e water by Dewayne McRaeof gathered at the home of
cksonvUle, Curtis Sanders Mr and Mrs. J.D. Warren in GIRLS PANTIES 4/$ JR. BOYS JEANS Accent Braided Rug $1.00

and E' Williams. Starke going for to fondue the restaurant.appetizers Decorating before -- Machine washable, 2.14 . . . 1 Denims i with boxer waist . . $1 Our Regular $1.11 -- -- -- __

the party rooms were
Duplicate Bridge arrangements of pink, white and JR. MISS HOSE ROOM RUG
gold flowers. ; BOYSeUNDERWEAR.3/s$ .. SIRE $10
Named _
Winners _
The T-shaped dining table at o e5 . --
the restaurant where the 20
Miss Norma Canova and Curtis guests were seated,was centered
Sanders were winning couple with a white flower arrangement. SOCKS3/S 3/$' BEDSPREAD IE' SALE 7

at the Duplicate Bridge Club Out-of-town guest were Mr.and our reg. 79C ea, Double thick .. .. .
Tuesday night where there werefour Mrs. Joey Reese of Pensacola and
tables In play. Miss Vickie Clark of Moultrie, _Af .
Harry Mooty; were second and honor guests were pre- SHOWERPROOF-Here'san $5 q : .4.55ALWAYS
Mr. and Mrs.Edward Wainwright sented with a silver,footed serv- outfit to brighten rainy days. Pak-nit briefs or T-shirts .. . Combed cotton prints ,. $1,99 .
MTV third. ing tray from their hosts as a Fire engine red cotton poplin
The club meets every Tuesday memento of the occasion. enlivened with white coin
at 7:30 In the Pratt Assisting with the dots, makes a stylish trench
night : p.m. guests were matching Sou'westerhat FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS!
Street Recreation Center and U Mrs. Jeffrey W,Warren and Mrs. coat.ties A under the chin. By
open to all bridge players. Joseph D. Warren. Gay Sprites of Texas.

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Mrs. H.E. Smia of Wffltelon Mn. Bill Shields of Texuranm.
was visiting ber -1n-kw and Texas Is vidUng her parents 'rk fl. L HRVE
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Mare Mr. and Mn. Bill MeBaa Ibis BEFORE YOU
Jackson from Sunday;; to Tuesday. week
Mr*. FrankWearerofWntUton. Mrs Ruth Frailer and Miss
was visiting Mr. and Mr*. W.T. Madge Hkkfleton attended the
Jackson Sr.- over the weckeod, Golf Regkma) conventton of Alpha -
Delta Kappa in Tafabas.eSaturday /I VAST DISPLAY

Local aAnHLuH'' to Bradford ; aDd SurIda7.
'I Coonrty; Hospital ads week include
: Mack Howard. Charlie R.' Mr. and Mr*. Jack Carter haw
Gr'ifD..Jr.. Mn.Elizabeth Pace moved Lake City.;
' Mn. Marlene Smith and Robert
Drow of Start; Mn. foes Sauls Mr. and Mrs. Odd Bennett .
of Lake City; ; Kenneth E. Hes- and family:: of Jacksonville are or MOTORIZED
kett Keystone Heights; Mn. pending this week at the GenDer .r.. .r.
Mary Moo Lake Batter; Mn. cottage' on Klngsley: Lake.

Janice Hicks, Worttdnglon r\
fPrtOBs; and Charles Tbonrot.nalford. Twenty-four; members of the
First Baptist Church Youth Choir MEANS OF TKflNSPflRTSTION:
are attending Harmony: Bay. Music ,
Mr. and Mn. Herb Hems Camp at Panama City; from Monday J
and family spent the weekend 1 through Sunday night.

at the Ponce de Leon In St. Only She Knows For Sure
Augustine whre Mr. Herreswas Mart: V.. Ba* t :X' For I
In the golf tournament.Mr. HAROLD WATERS: R
They're great!" says Sirs. Linda Jones of the Dy. QTMR OF RL
) and Mn. O.C. Strajrfaom SN Tommy; Talley, wbo bad Del wig she's trying: at Carp's.
of WUdwood were Monday rial- been home on two weeks leave Advertised an "the fiber with the brain" the wigs
ton of Mr. and Yrs.,M.F. Ha- after dulj on the USS Kenosdv. ever' need setting. Wash them, shake them oat, and
zen. left Monday: for Balnbridge, Motor .
16 weeks In the Radio Communications pat on. / THINK /k
Mrs. W.T. Jordan of Shreveport SchooL BUY ONE
La. spent the past two Miss Jane Anderson daughter A.D. Crosby returned Monday.
weeks with of Mir and :Mn. A.W. Anderson after two weeks In Alaebua General -
Mr. and
Holloa and Mr. and Mrs. Vergle Flynn was visitIng of Ventura, Calif., who was on ) Hospital( where be underwent : -
Mn. Eaton
Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Waters In
a YMCA sight-seeing lour visited brain surgery.:
Jordan. The Heltons took Mn. Tallahassee last week. '
Jordan to Bradenton on Sunday her grandparents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and
Caldwell and Mrs.
to visit )fro and Mrs Seal E. Robert Genereox and children J.G. family: of Tampa are visitingher
Bollng for a week. of Sprtngffled, Mass are spending and Myrtle rejoined Anderson her Monday group In night SI mother, Mrs. SheUle Garb
several weeks with the child this week.
Air mUjm on Tuesday.Mr. : .
Mn. T.L. Casey
ren's grandparents.Mr.and Mrs. Mn. Kate Sheppard visited Mr.
surgery in Alachua General Hospital Robert Green. and Mn. R.C. Norman and Mrs M.H. Sheppard in
oo Monday.A .
of Lake City; are spending this Brunswick Ga. last week. They
Vote For JAROLD Mr.and Mn. C.C. Hoppe of week at the Roy Ward cottageon were loved over the weekend by: ,,96s FORD I-TO. 19677pA WA6oA1 19IPi CN SUe Sao 19bf.:, oUJS 4y.2.p5 .
I WATERS Tampa are visiting Mrs. O.L. Klngsley Lake and visiting: Hart and Mrs.Edith
Is A Step In The Mrs. Edna .
va ?
Rich D r<< OII. Beasley and Mn. J.W. Kincaid her mother, Mn. Martha Moore Chrlstensen. Mrs. Sheppard re- ,pa. AiR Quo p5. pa AtifiloAOE'p ; tAa/ WN7E13UcK lAIr
this week. In Starke. turned with Mn. Hart and Mrs. Kt'Mff.. .
NAOA 7 ll r.f"C
Mike Reddish and Mike Den- Christensen and they visited 4ft 4 FP/'L lAM k'EPAti fr2aCL pee: E /VtfPH
Mr. and Mn. Henry Stefanem pica5
ton of North East State College, Mrs. George Kopelousos has Jeykll Island enroute home.
Monroe La. will arrive home returned to St. Vincent Hospital returned last with Tuesday their from children // /670 & /5YO'9. ?729ayst wygo3as-
three -
this weekend for two weeks va- for further treatment. Miss Claire Nell Townsend of
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
cation. Mn. N.L.Woodburn and daugh- StefaneUl in Wichita Falls Texas Atlanta wit spent Mr.Wednesday and H.W.Sunday 1967 G7o p rA 1966 B acivix. 19hY CiV 7 WAGA,) 19bfr O/'l4tEt/L oEpS

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish ter Candy spent the weekend and )Ir. and Mn. James E. Townsend and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Aye CCAAO pa nee Cain flit! CoNG .,j- eaAlJhe. C' I's f ..QYAPilAOq
and family of Wilmington Dela. with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Reeves Biggs and son in Murray, Ky. Lee Crosby Jr. pd p.s

are moving back to Starke this in Winter Park. SKC and Mrs. Joe Neal Belche E )66q LL p,4J.If Oi.2 AllUM L197s
weekend and will reside in the Mr. and Mn. W.E. Crowson L p +
and children who spent the past 2
E.G. Patz home in Green Acres Mrs. Lenten Morgan Jr. and two years in Iceland, are visitIng of Tampa were weekend guests i syao cz 1/9SC- 7/0 r b9StS. tJ5S 1950tZl1964"
which they have purchased.Mr. daughter, Sanely Miss Debbe their parents, Mr. and Mrs of Mr. and Mn. Claude Crow-

KnIght Mr. and Mn. L.A. Mat. J.G. Caldwell in Starke and Mrs. 19b ibxE Caut and Mn. Paul Hawkins hews and Terrie were visiting A.C. Belche I in Lake Butler for son.Mr. ;
and family of Jacksonville and Ralph Morgan at Fort Campbell ten days. and Mn. Walter Stewart 4' fAAee evu Ct1AN. BIo'R W1 .J-6UeJ-
'Lo .
Mn. Mae Hawkins of Waldo were Ky. over the weekend. of Gainesville were last Thursday # pswf.Qw vFy v./
Sunday dimer guests of Mr. and )fro and Mn. Albert Stefan supper guests of Mr. and ,()w IJMJ4 : j.JAPA 11i ,4)141,4. PR
Mn. Titus Olson. Bud Lawson has returned toMarlon eUl and family, Miss Harriet Mn. C.L. Cooper. Banc
: N.C. after a week's visit Horn, and Mr. and Mn. Sam l9/a ca I79S 3o7Sa69Sa /99.s ,,& /g7S :;:(7'19.J c -
W.T. Weeks and daughter, with his parents, Mr. and Mn. Caruso of Jacksonville were Sun Mr. and Mrs. S.E. Branham of
Julie of Tallahassee spent the H.A. Lawson.A day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Palatka visited )fro and Mrs. : :. .
weekend with his brother-in-law Henry StefaneW. Harold Branham last Saturday i9bo cPeE ..wee96S Com&7" PIk.b ; CY, p:; 11 ;vac&lQCA.: .

and. sister. Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeK. WATERS Vote Mean For Good HAROLD Gorernmeo& Miss Kathleen Hill of Pomona, afternoon.Mr. A/2 .- aWe SaL./P yELLOW..At; CL6fA.Rr ,newe e. IJ paJAO,4 .
Bennett at Klngsley Lake. Call!. Is visiting her anus, Mn.
Bertha Pearce for ten days. and Mrs.C.L.Cooper were / Co Z. N19t.4 Oo21AOA- 0u1C.HA Ouea69o
Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Haddockand in Lake City Sunday afternoon '
son. Bruce, attended the Miss June Hardy spent Sun- Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae visiting Mr. and Mn. C.A. Anderson. = ay8a 7lS 857S"f9'pC J/9do cg.g9S asdla3s U'lifby
Haddock family reunion at Para- Jay to Tuesday with her ateter and sons returned to Lake Cityon .
dise Lake In Keystone Heights Miss Jayne Hardy at Tift after spending two
on Sunday. College, Forsythe Ga. Jayne has weeks Sunday at the Searing cottage Mr. and Mrs. Van Allen Brady 1969 ,roA'v COu E 'BuIcK w. If bY !'e..y' /9h9 f'v y..zzzCJ.lSJ
finished her studines at Tift and on Klngsley Lake. of Savannah, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. :-i'4i2 /
C 3 Pot' f/J
S/Sgt. and Mrs. Norman Rig- rill Intern In Atlanta, Ga. from Hugh Webb Sr. of Knoxville ,4i2 fS p /I-t d :, p..f -dL oAVEo .-

don and family, who have been !;September to December. Tern., and Mrs. JC. Stone of VA0,4 out anti
Why Not Have The Best! C NWIIJl 6 I.AI1A
Force Woodbine : ,.,J Ao.>-
stationed at the Misawa Air Ga. are guests this P r
Base in Japan for the past three Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Talley m VOTE For HAROLD WATERS.Mr. week of Mr. and Mrs. Dave a7yo ayao L 8 476O J/.69 (= .ass 19.jJ.4- iN. as9 <<>
years, are visiting her parents of Gainesville spent the week- PaiUk. Joining them for supper

Mr.this and month Mrs.before George returning W. Brown to, end Mrs.with Talley their Jr parents and,Mr.Mr. and and Baldwin. and and Mrs.Miss Robert Dana Tannerof Tan- Mn.Tuesday Brooks night Paulk were of Lake Mr.City and; 1963 ,tlou WAGOAI 1'1"6 CJ#e llY wi7AJ967 CMLynl?
duty In Grand Forks, N.D. ner and Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Mr. and Mn. Edison Paulk AU7b 7'AM e.
Mrs. C.S. Haddock. S94CI'/D. } pi 6w pdAROA
Fields and family of Jackson- of Jacksonville. (cCyL 6Cy. f/IZ f 11 f./

ville were Sunday visitors of JJI1RAP J1W4 OjE IJlfpA1lcJ9S ",
Mrs. J.H. Fields. Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby met p, p
Mr. and Mrs. Micky Dansby at S9s o .( ..99.3'900 $. I 9. tZ3_ t:5J. .fjd'N
Charles HARDY wants and needs Mrs. S.L. Peek Sr. and Mrs. the Jacksonville Airport Monday,

your support for Clerk of the Charles Chalker Darby in Gainesville visited Mrs.and C.Mr.W. who Vermont had and been New visiting York.friends in //b7 C/1fzuL 19bY eHEv/'J I96S VW Coupe 19f 3 &ff'i/ys+ Ar7j

Circuit Court and Mrs. Phllllp Maguire atSanta 6cyL S v .<<./GWurlJ2 e, v yetEH'(G 'AFld A-f )Jr:1fJ ;
Fe Lake Sunday.
on Gerald Williams underwent OvlC- "'
out N4 tv IttJq. IJtfj)1IO"
knee surgery in the Alachua NAna pa cc0iencc peneE
Miss Martha BollInger of Mobile Gereral Hospital last Friday. % oaso' 940 g- 793'QS w- $' 8Yo ._.d'So -
Ala. and Bill Breland of 1E/,3/5 & -z 9f ,
Hattiesburg Miss. spent the Miss Lorraine Hendricks of
weekend with Martha's parents, Los Angeles, Call!. Is visiting 1969 DLr Sgr9 ,7E 1966 cw vy .rs J1b7 OUJJ 4'8 196.3 Cyr y9PS
Mrs. H.G. Bollinger.
Re-Elect Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Odom Jr.
Miss Marilyn Bolllnger returned for several weeks. pB C. -.Lo.49--- gos COOp bu7u2W3/ Goo.iUaoR
to Mobile with Martha for a
J. M."BUCK". week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nettles IVrTY IIAfJA.. 'p(Jilt It'! Alfa, P(1(6"Nyo4lR E

and sons, Ralph and Freeman, SOS.g = ?SOE.E09S
NORMAN of Boynton Beach were guests 1690 iS9sS.< /39.r 4 I? .pS9S4 yfw963
Dr. and Mrs. WUllam Ritz last week of Mrs. R.A. Nettles.

end and guests family of of Dr.Ocala and were Mrs.week-D.W. The children stayed their with their / G/E1y z0 /967 a0 t 1'ov 19hh oral y0.ef967 / ,eLJ .17IJlliJA
grandmother while parents
Whiffen. went on to visit in AdeL Ga. cue ,lo "E.P ,i.OAEP -
County N/qoQ PA cE cJ"LIl11fA ,
Mrs. Inez Hamilton is a patient plt U,9is1- o .Jt4PA
, in the Gainesville Medical Miss Mary Catherine Smith (lC..... P//
Commissioner Center. of of Frostproof her uncle was and aunt weekend Mr.guest and 4,9S zG9f / .&/0 1 A/r8f!!. f/o s"' 17Jz9'67 .4 69f96S

1 Mrs. W.P. Bartlett. Kim Bartlett -
, cola W.A.visiting Hogan Rev.Jr. Pensa-and Mrs. returned to Frostproof with / 1nuS1MJ / 6/p WII; //9r 9aoGE 1J'9 & fOJJ7)fe ye6eye.

District 2CountyAtLarire Hogan Sr. this week. visit Mary Catherine for two weeks CL-6.) Vi'l7R 'Cyc .SZd4',8 pSPa 4ArCov'Ni4i4

.r Herman Poppe has returnedto OA',tMPA JlfL.4t11J.. OQ/U/PO.t roiC E
his home in Hamburg Ger- SERVICE SCHEDULE / ()(J r at. p'e. m
393yS /oso ;; "
many after three weeks visit CATHOLIC Churches .6 89SIXI. ft9jtX ,/5'60 .II/vv195s
, ., Experienced with Mr. and Mrs. James Lew-
Is and son Jim. Herman and ST. EDWAH; ,.'w. SUrfce: p eo l9sb 'JJIIJJ /9900 rt7 D T IU1 19690 JAfLICt. y6l'n72AC7o2 /'
Jim visited points of interestIn
Young ""In day Mam. 10 trm. } JIJP
Florida during the visit. T.9C7oLC aOf pI f8l

Qualified Mrs. R.L. Morgan and Mrs Thursday. Mas, 4M p.m. oo__ m ///&# tl
Mteaeoloas Medal NOVCM 0 f-
: / 9a
Bill Chambers and children spent / 73 : 7 73
Impartial Saturday' 7 p.m. /f'3tl1S"< the first of the week touring central -

Florida. ST. WILLIAM'S KeyatoM'

'* Reliable Victor P. Scott of Columbia, HeightsSunday: pass. 8:30! a.m. lAUJSOW 5114ES S-TAEF ERQJ/E JON SU
S.C. was in Starke last week WclneWUy. Mat Jc Novena.' ton
NORMAN-Native of Bradford County on business. 7 p.m.

NORMAN-A NORMAN-Homeowner Veteran and Tax Payer Mrs Phyllis Rosier, daughterof ST. MAKY'S Macelciuiyl ), L7EI R. ALVAF. Z STo JOR.DAN

Man Wife and 4 children) Mr. and Mrs. S.M. Miller, Sunday Mass. 1, un
NORMAN-Family ( graduated with honors from the m
NORMAN-Interested in County State and Fed. University of Florida In June. i
eel Government. Mrs. Rosier Is a member of THE
NORMAN-Interested in How the Tax Payer'sMoney Phi Beta Kappa National Honorary BRADFORD
la Spent. Society and Is a 1968grad- COIJN1'TEI.EmAPH: /S
uate of BHS.
NORMAN-Born. Reared and now HTM la Rural PnblUhed every ThnrMlavat

Ar".. Knows and Understands) the Mr. and Mrs Danny Fowler JaI: W. Call Street I_ ,
need for better Roads and Drainage. and children of Anderson S.C. Florida 32091:
NORMAN-The only incumbent running for the were last Tuesday and Wednes-
Commissioner. day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Second clan pottage paid
office of Conntv
Chambers and family. at Starke.. Florid d a lu1 North Phone W4-7500
Himself and
: Z+"NORMAN Man who thinks for
will not he Dictated to. 55 Subscription Bales: STARKE FLORIDA
Mother of Four says fart la trade area: W.W peryear ,
!the thought ., her oldest child ..
AooreciatedPd. ; IMS vie month
Vote and
Your Support
aitof marifaaaa has doubled
her daly dosage el trtmqulli- Oatikfe. trade area: p.K "Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"AUG.
( Pol. Adv.) en. per year; W.OO ilx month"*



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"J .. School Plan 5 Inches Rain 1 R For and ReElect


(Continue: from Pace One)
Bradford County has 3'/-> Years Experience _
MEN Under F-C several black students more than Inches of rain
last Friday. Two Inches fell
transferred to Bradford BOARD' MEMBERDistrict
.1 IIlgh that first year Among the Friday to 8 a.m. SCHOOL
to 8 a.m. Sunday .70 to 8 County at Large
first black students to be recruited 1 -
Commlssaryman Seaman Michael were star athletes suchas Monday .9 to 8 a.m.
W. Newsome Is makinga ,, star basketball player Steve and .95 to 8 a.m. B.-lieves in continual! upgrading of Schoola
Navy cruise in the Far East s .,, Baker and BUS football great with no sign of let-up. I, with two children
aborad the amphibious attack r Larry Brown. A black student, The slow-falling rain ,
cargo ship Durham.He Jerlene Johnson from Lawtey, appearance of that which School( Trustee District 1
Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. was valedictorian of Bradford precedes a hurricane, i --- ., : Member of P.T.A.
E.W. Newsome of Route One \' High several years ago. accompanied by no wind. Graduate of B.H.S -
Starfce, and a 1968 graduate of I Mixing under F-C grew steadily 'I
Bradford High School. aa black students transferredto "'3, :
Newsome Is a cook in the every school in the county. r I
Durham's galley But at the same time the U.S. :
He tea "plankowner" aboard Department of Health Education year. HEW's primary plan "fr" Elect
the Durham. That Is, he have kept RJE and
was '. h and Welfare kept pushing for
one of the members of the crew open and would have paired ,
mixing; at a faster pace. Bradford : MARGIE
that commissioned the mentary schools K-2, 3-4
ship May County School District was work't .
24, 1969. Each man received a S t F in and out of compliance with 5-6. .
Both HEW and Bradford
specially cerificateas a memento HEW
desegregation guidelines
... submitted alternate plans, ,
of the occasion. ,-.oIIt."r.' several times over the past five
Newsome holds the National ,, years. calling for the closing of o DOWLING
Defense and Vietnam Service medals 14 At one point in 1968 the school and Anderson and l
the 275 pupils to other
system was declared out of com
That the plan Judge
t pliance. Supt. Casey and Attorney .
Presently deployed In the Western up
+ George Pierce traveled to WashIngton midriff top f YOUR
Pacific! the Durham !is 1 At the present there is "
scheduled to return to !its home- tY1h D.C. and argued Brad- -versatile
port of Long Beach, Calif., at '5.,. .". M"1 r ford's case before a hearing cation as to what use the are shorts !in
the end of September. In examiner compliance who with ruled its the F-C county plan.; School closed schools Board and will put. stripes in back.of cot In Clerk of f Circuit i# Court

rI --ts-s----------sn---I 1 M.W.NEWSOME But other HEW officials over- have discussed and moving the of are by White Experienced: Businesswoman Life
ings possible use
ruled the examiner after the
I local officals had returned. For as a junior college. long Democrat.
Announcing Army Warrent Officer Tim M. almost two then Bradford Meanwhile, school heads '
I Green, whose mother, Mrs. heard little years from HEW as Its are thankful the decision SAID Widow with 5 children. She has served her com-
Pearlie taken from the hands of
I O.Green and wife,Irene
JIMMY MOORE'SSUS 1 school plan remained In limbo in Civic Programs, and served you
live at 1621 E. Market Road and that final integration munity many
Then last month President Nixon
1 .starke *'la., recently received ordered the Justice Depart- has been handed down. 'fi tg) well. Fairly and Courteously in her Produce
I SPORTS I the Air Medal near Phu Lot, ment to file suit in about 100 officials saw say they will prosperity Market.
Vietnam. their energies to
southern mixing cases, Including the last
I WO Green earned the award Bradford and 14 other Florida Judge Scott's plan now that and the Help Margie Doe Ung to her first job in the
for meritorious service while counties.A have something definite- courthouse.! She will be there helping you when.
j IS NOW AUTHORIZED DEALER I in participating support of in ground aerial operations night three-man HEW team from with.thing they can live with and DtfVis, TIe) Three.-Win.Forks R. L e\'er you want her.BLADE'S .
Atlanta first came In July to
I I In Vietnam. (Mon.,) Herald.
FOR assist[ Bradford school officials
I During the same ceremony in out -
working an assignment -- ---- ---- ------ - - - - - -
I he received the
plan considered) unitary by both
I Medal for Meritorious
HEW and local officials.
service as a maintenance officer
I HuffmanMINI
But no agreement was reached,
I with Company A, 15 th Transportation .
although It was apparent that the
Battalion of the
I bone of contention was the two APPLIANCE
Cavalry Division (Airmobile).
all-black schools, Anderson and I
The case then went to the Justice
Jr., of Mr.
B.W. Savage, son Department and suit was I
1 and Mrs. B.W. Savage, Route 1 I.
filed in the U.S. Middle District
j Starke, has re-enlisted In the Court in Jacksonville and I
jr f The Grasshopper 1 U.S. Navy for four years. A Judge Scott took charge of the
Fire Control Technician 3rd SALEBIG
1 case.
Class, he Is currently making Both 1 HEW and Bradford County
I The Wild Goose 1 a Western Pacific cruise aboard submitted two plans to the
the USS Dale, which will return
judge by the required date of
I 1 to its home port of San Diego, July 24. Bradford primary plan
The Pack-Mule
jr month.
Calif this called for keeping the schools
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Receiving Early Pay I 43 Speeding Violations Are Heard

Under Current ASC Program
r.. i YI Forty-three; cases of unlawful by Duck forfeited $36 for following qulst, Milton T. Hall, Robert J.
speeding came before Judge too closely. Remley Jr., and David L. Har-
Farmers who have contributed who signed up will complete the Theron A. Yawn at plea day Drivers' license violations cost gmett were each fined $26 or
to stabilizing markets for necessary certification indicat- r"i Tuesday, July 25, plus 24 other Willie Wilson $36; Carol three days.Mildred .
food dAd ertber and- to'the con- ing that they have complied with traffic offenses. Schwartzengraber Thrash $26; S. Barry forfeited $26
servation of soil and water resources all of the program provisions. Mitchell Wayne Crawford was and Randy Lee Miller $26 or for no fishing license.
by taking part In the 1970 Farm program payments help fined $151 or 60 days In jail three days. John G. Wlnham's
feed grain programs are receiving maintain a balance between sup for driving while Intoxicated. charge of no driver's license For voluntary Intoxication Mi-
their: program payments ear- ply and demand, the County; Exe- t'' I I II Carol Ann Halley was fined $101 was dismissed, but he was sen- chael Roy Mills, Remer Crews, I
lier this year than ever before, cutive Director explained. He I for unlawful speed and her dri- tenced to 10 days In jail for Harold Willard Crawford, Eligh DOTS WITH DASH French
according to Warren Carver, pointed out that both farmers and I ver's license revoked, and Mar- driving while his license was Parker, and Dallas Ray Craw- Designer Madeleine de Rauch
County; Executive Directory of consumers benefit from the bal- vin Lavern Godwin forfeited $76 suspended.Jake ford forfeited $36. Cleo Phil- shapes a smashing duffle coat
Bradford County; Agricultural ance. for unlawful speed. Conie Young, Jr. was lips and Luther Green were fined from polka-dotted cotton pi-
Stabilization and Conservation : For unlawful speed, Johnnie fined $26 or three days for an $26 plus $12.50 costs or 15 daysIn que. Styled with large patch
Service. "Agricultural productivity; almost 4i Mack Kelly forfeited $51; and Improper license tag and fail- jail for voluntary Intoxica pockets the hooded coat tops
The first batch of paymentswere doubled In the past20 years, fines were forfeited by Jacob ure to answer summons. Carlton tion. black vinyl pants.
made July 1. Additional but farmers' markets take only Frank Browder, Anthony Joseph Lamar Varnes was fined $36
payments will continue to be about a third of this Increase" ----- ---- Deniger, John Edward Folk or 10 days for failure to sur- I IIU
made as rapidly as farmers certify said Carver. This means we need James B. Bowman Plant Peter render his driver's license and
compliance with program new markets. Farm programs Ralph G. Kirkland new pastor of the First Assembly Mills Jr, Harry Murrary Dudley vehicle tag and Brown registration.forfeited Henry $36- Charles HARDY is capable and
requlrments and as fast as individual help us hold down farm Eugene Preston Culbreath, Grady
pro- of God, in Starke, is pictured with his wife drive within willing to serve as
farm records can be duction and maintain farm Income Freddie Lee Davis, Steven A. for failure to a you your
processed and checks returnedto until new markets are developed Mardi, and their three children, Ralph, Elissa, and Cardo Jr, Jesse Max Stowers, single lane. Clerk of the Circuit Court I
ASCS county; offices for distribution and old ones expanded. Glenda. The new pastor and family came to Starke Roger Dean Coleman, Oscar For failure to have safety; or
to farmers. "Huge surpluses must be a- from their former home in Winter Haven. Mr. Kirk Markley Rye, Grady David Peek. lifesaving devices,John E.Lund-
"Because of the excellent cooperation voided. They are costly In tax land has been engaged In evangelistic work for eight Also Sarah Owens May John
between farmers and dollars and are wasteful of food and Starke is his first pastorate. He succeeds: Gregory Ruben King, Charles r................................................................
the ASCS offices 96 per cent and fiber. years Seward Lambright, Paul Ddgar .
of the participating producers In T. E. Lilly the former pastor. Partridge, Wesley Thomas, Al- -- .
Bradford County; received their "Farm programs help farmers legro Tryphenla McRae, Charles : Vote For :
payments on July 1 1,1970," Car- make adjustments In their indi- Theodore Dickman, Dewayne Lee S +,J
ver said. vidual farming operations that In place and less from the public DuPont Name McRae, Wilbur Dyess, Harold -
Most payments should be completed the long run will result In more treasury." Eugene Keen, James Alfred Ha- -
by mid-August, farmers farm income from the market- "Since farmers are $50- Three To New. gins forfeited $36 for unlawful : i
blllion-a-year purchasers of speed. I
goods and services produced In Positions HereDrew R.W. Andrews was sentenced
.' our cities and rural towns, the $36 fine or five days and his 'LROBERTS
workers and business firms In license suspended on a speed-
VOTEfor cities and towns benefit from Reddish, a 15-year Ing charge; Evelyn Coyslck Lar- I Jr
farm programs too." employee of the DuPont Company !- son was fined $51 or three days. .
has been transferred backto John William Padgett, Armard ,
Farm programs also make Important the local operation after three Lamar Priest, Robert AustinJr.
contributions to conservation years' assignment as assistant ., Billy Jerry Jarvis, Andrew _""
andSUPPORT of natural resources and employee relations supervisor at Lee Foreman, Daniel John Ben- For :
help tight pollution, Carver said. the company's Newport, Del. nett, Doyle Linwood Heathcoat,
acres that are diverted out of plant.In Robert F. Yauch, Andrew Moss i
crop production under farm pro- his new position here, which McPherson pleaded guilty; and rLfri:: County CommissionerDistrict i
grams are put to conserving uses was effective August 1, Reddish were fined $26 or three daysIn :
such as the growing of grass will be supervisor of industrial Jail for unlawful speed. --
r and trees. Such practices con- engineering.Mrs. Robert Owen Davies was fined No. 2
1 ForCLERK serve soil and water, provide Reddish and the children $36 or three days; Robert Frank : i
r habitat for wildlife and small will return to Starke next week Staudacher Judith Ellen Trib- -. .
game, help prevent pollution of and the family will reside in ble, .and William Terry Crews .
our streams from sediment and Green Acreswhere they have forfeited $26; and Roy Joel Lan- : Experience, Business and Educational :
agricultural chemicals or waste purchased the Patz home. dress forfeited $20 for speed-
: products, and reduce air pollu- Two other personnel changes : Background To Serve You Best. .
tion cuased by blowing dust, the were effective this month at Du- Ing.For not having a valid Inspection -- .
County; Executive Director ex- Pont. certificate Robert Eugene .
plained. Kenneth Platt, former plant; Steger, Arthur Williams, Con- : EXPEKIENCE-One Term on Bradford County Commission. One !
engineer for the Trail Ridge ley Joseph Bush, Walter Don-
Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown "When a farmer takes land out and Highlands plants, has been ald Sharp paid $36; and George : Year as Chairman. _-

of production and puts It to a named to succeed the late Col. Fouts McDaniel, Earl Wayne De- _- BUSINESS EXPERIENCE Manager\ and part owner of Harold C. :
soil-and-water-conservlng use, John Strong as production super- Sue and Gary Norman, $26.
Candidate for Clerk-of Circuit Courtof he gives up the value of the pro- intendent for both plants. Plattis ; John Samuel Hamrick forfeited : Wall Insurance Agency. Wife and I owner and operators of Nancy's i
duction he normally would have a resident of Gainesville. $51 and William Paul : Flowers. :
Bradford County, subject to the received as Income. At the same Dick Ferguson has been trans- Reames, Jr. forfeited $36 for :
time, the farmer pays taxes on ferred here from the Johnson- Improper passing. For failureto : Born and raised in Bradford Coiintv. Graduate of Bradford High School
Democratic Primary on September 8th, land removed from productioneven vllle, Term plant to replace obey a traffic signal, Joseph : Graduate of University of Florida with Decree in Business Admin. :
though that land producesno Platt as plant engineer. Frazier, Sammie Andrew Wil : istration. :
I feel 18 experience operat-
1970. years crops. Program payments are liams, Willie B. Tyson and Den- .
to designed to compensate him for nis Mates paid $26.
business qualifies me
ing my own these voluntary contributions toward The Post Office Department John Bryant Cox forfeited $36 INTERESTED IN THE ENTIRE COUNT :
Clerk of Circuit Court. I a more stable farm econo- Is developing a machine to for failure to have his vehicle -- -
serve as your my and a better environment," under control. Cicero Wallace -
read addresses
trouble Is
promise to Conduct your Office with Carver said. it also may have to get one Leggett, $26, and James Leon : Your Vote and Support Appreciated :
Bell $26 or three days In Jail -
Courtesy and Effeciency and for the In recent years, the U.S. De- that can be can read.write them 10 they for the Rome chrge.: James Klr- SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS..............................SSSSSS..-.....N.iPw

partment of Agriculture had advanced -
best interest of all the Good People of partial payments to farmers -

during the spring signup -
Bradford County. period for the feed grain

full time in serving the program only. The balance of,
I will give my the feed grain payments were'

and taking of the businessof generally made starting In late
people care
July and continuing through Au-
office. gust and September, or later, the
your CED explained.

Your Vote and Support will be greatly "Because of budget restraints,
partial payment could not be
appreciated. made this year. However, the
Department made a commitmentto
farmers that full payments -'".. --' "-'. .. I
Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown would be made as early as possi- .... '. "'..
ble. That commitment is now .....
being fulfilled," Carver said. .
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DRILLS BEGIN MONDAY Can't SpellIt's Vending Machines Not LikelyTo

I That Time Of Year Again "Because I can't- spell Be Source of Sasy MoneyLooking

Republican" one man for an easy way to machines for several thousand

told Mrs. Neva Flynn, make money? "If so, don't be dollars upon oral promises that

phey has lettered three years stars don't through the """'" elections one of the many consumers who the company will secure the locations -
Monday come of
Football practice begins to supervisor the machines
pected push too. Both boys machine se set up ,
Aug. 17 the opening gameIs in football as a wide receiver.He team will be In tough shape In will lot of last week in volunteer fall for the vlnding ( the how
has also been a top defensive see a action and fullback Brad Carter. He will be dle," Commissioner of Agriculture and teach purchaser to
set here Sept. 18 with Baker ball player. 1970. Jack Smith could break Into the worked at linebacker defensively. ing why he registeredas Doyle Conner said today.In operate them.
County;, it's getting to be that Fullback Dale Johns and nm- Young players many of whom line-up. Larry Hicks Is expected to bea a Democrat.It urging Floridians to be on "In many Instances though,
time of year again. are expected to come on strong Gene Harris Is the lone Indicate that the
ning back Jimmy Alvarez are guard running back and could see was the firs time the alert for unscrupulous com complaints once
Around 35 boys are expected also experienced lettermen. are: with experience. Boys who will action. Wallace Lee springer panies selling such machines, he machines are purchased, none
to report for the hot August Only three men on the Tornado Tight endsCharles Wright have to nil the other post and on last year's track team, hall anybody gave that as a suggested anyone Interested In of the services promised by the
practices, but Head Coach David forewall have experience, but and Randy Gasklns. back up Harris are David Mc- much potential and could be a reason for party affiliation such economic ventures should company are Included," he add-
Hurse expects the varsity big Tackles Len- Spilt ends- Gray Flynn, Marty Cutchen, Bob Dyal,Dennis Crawford fine receiver with his great speed Mrs. Flynn says. thoroughly Investigate before
squad to be down to the usual nard they are Register ones.and Danny Jack- Meng, and Curtis Flowers. Tim and Greg Smith. Smith was and will play In the defensive signing any contract. ed.The sales pitch used by the

25 players by the firstballgame. son and guard Gene Harris, all Murphey will provide with post Injured in the spring but Is expected secondary.Chamber. "Some companies are selling companies Is that thousands of
The varsity will begin with over 200 pounds, will form the with an experienced wide out to be ready this fall. Tax machines on the pretense they dollars a year can be made on
9 a.m. workouts on Monday,Wed- nucleus of the new line. when he's not at quarterback. A newcomer, Joey Branson, 11, Smoking will yield a high rate of profit, a handful of machines. The suc-
nesday, and Friday for the first "And that's It," Coach Hurse Several others could see action will be at guard and linebacker, but Robert J. Bishop, directorof cess stories are blown out of
two weeks and two-hour work- says as far as experience on the not only at split end but on a post where the Tornadoes need Up In MayThe the division of consumer ser- proportion. Usually the vending
outs..from 5-7 p.m., each week- line goes. specialty teams for such thingsas depth and experience.A vices, Florida Department of machine buyer Is lucky If he
day. Beginning the third week kick-offs and punt returns. real battle Is earns enough In the first few
What Hurse Is counting on expected for Agriculture and Consumer Ser-
day the squad with workouts will drill once per .heavily is the bumper crop of They are Bobby Milner,Raymond the center position between Fare- Praises City; of Starke and Brad- vices, has said complaints are years to repay his capitol investment -
5 starting around sophomores expected to be the Hendrlth, and Wayne Tetstone.At Ion McClellan, II, and sophomore ford County collected $9.474 in being received from throughoutthe Bishop said.

p.m.Junior varsity practice won't finest group of ball players to Barber tackle Is sophomore Vernon Gary Melvin. McClellan workedIn state cigarette taxes during May state from Individuals who THE COACH of the Tiny TI-
begin until a ; week lateron come along In years at BHS."We'll a top young prospectand pulpwood this summer and ZonersMembers a bare drop In the bucket com- have fallen victim to this type; gers of the Littlest League
Monday, August 24. JV playersare be pretty much a sophomore junior Fete Vaughn Is ex- should be In top shape. Melvinhas pared to almost 10 million dollars of scheme," Conner pointed out. says a recent 23 to 5 loss aged

asked to report to the field and senior ball club," also been working out and collected across the state Bishop said "It is not unusual them so much in one evening
house during the first week of Hurse says. The Tornadoes will has put on 15 pounds this summer of the Bradford Zoning for that month. for companies to sell vending some of them now are shave
Top Board and the County Com- The monies for
Utility ; cigarette
varsity practice,however,to pick have youth and some experience In the backfield Bernard Brown, mission commended by the sales in and were distributedto ing.
up forms for a doctors permit, II, and Kelly Forsyth, 11, will be were Boardof May was 'f-t.-'o:::::; :::::::::::::: :::;::::::: :::: ::::::;;;:. ti.:::::v:}:: ": :::*" ::;
too.There Chamber of Commerce the counties and
parent's permission forms, their will be plenty of room Position Due worked at running back and flank respective
Governors for enactment of cities in the Florida Department
football shoes, and they are askedto of these young players mostly er. Both will see considerable July by Vote For
the county first zoning code. of Business Regulation. I E. W. ---I I I IHODGES
bring along a birth certifi sophomores and some juniors, Study HereA offensive action and Brown will Starke
Thurs- collections $9.161
cate. to work Into the line up. In fact be the team's rover man. The action came last were ,
Coach Hurse Malachi will be day at the Governors' monthly up almost$1,000 from the $8,498 o-1
Varsity captains Len Registerand admits,if the young- Henry a flanker :
committee of Starke officialshas at the Garden collected in May 1969. County :-0.
luncheon meeting ;
Jimmy Alvarez will lead a and Is heavily counted on in the
1970 been named to study applications Restaurant. collections went down from $352to e: Jr.FOR J.
squad that has shown more defensive backfield. ::.
for the position of $313. .
Motion commending the zoners : ,
enthusiam and better spirit than Discarded A
Cans player Hurse says had in
city: utilities director. ) Mizell ,
; was made by B.F. ,
any squad of the past four years. "awful lot of potential" is : i
Councilmen Tom Nolln and Nell young president-elect, and was approved Brooker collected $409 this :r.
last Coach Hurse says. Not since the Worth Money Tucker and City;, Clerk Merrill unanimously by the go May compared to $244 in 1969;

state championship hasa Edwards were named to the committee vernors. Chairman of the zon- Hampton collected $370 com- :;::1 :111
team worked harder in the To Civitan ClubEver on Tuesday, July 21, by SELECTIVE ing board, John Torode, is alsoa pared to $288 in May 1969 and CountyCommissioner :
summer to them-
prepare Council Chairman Jimmy McRae. member of the chamber's board Lawtey collected $636 comparedto
selves for the fall season. The has application SERVICEQuestion $578 In May 1969. :1I
city one
Seniors who will form the nucleus had a chance to get paid ; of governors. ill
of for discarded tin ? for the $8,600 per year post "Members of the zoning board I
the 1970 come-back club cans In Clay County; the City; of {
will be ends Marty Meng and Well, now's the time. The relinquished ago : Doesn't the regis- put in many hard hours of workon Green Cove Springs collected
Bobby Mllner, takcles Lennard Starke Civltan Club is offeringa by former utilities director Oscar trant who is in college most of the code," Mizell said, "and (5,136, a slight dip from the rr DISTRICT 4 ::1|=!
Jackson of half cent Davis. the year have an advantage over we want them to know that their 1 11 :
Register and Danny bounty; per can, $5,313 collected In May 1969. :
guards Gene Harris and Greg according to President.E.Tom- Streets Supt. S.R. Hicks has the one who can't go to collegeand work is appricated." Clay County collections went up :.:. County At Large :11|
been named acting utilities head. Is In I-A also ; ::: ::
Smith Tim Mur- linson. throughout the The president-elect pointed ::
quarterbacks to $1,976 from $1,856.
slightly "*
Meanwhile the council has Indicated >
phey and Dean Johns, fullback Cans may be delivered on Saturday yeal'l Out that in many other coun- i1
Good Counties Don't
It Is in hurry to replace jji Just Happen jij'j
Dale Johns, halfback Jimmy Alvarez August 29, between 2 and no ties the drawing up of a zoning The City;, of Macclenny collected
and split ends Tommy 5 p.m. to the Bradford High Davis. Answer: No. The key In both code costs a considerable amount $3,872, down about =$350 from ti'11' They Planned E. W. |:
The committee appointed last |j are Hodges
Smith and Curtis Flowers. School bus area,between the field cases is whether his random sequence of money, while In Bradford May 1969. Baker County collected :

1970 These team players in an will effort lead to bet-the and Starke Elementary week Tuesday had morning not met, accordingtoClerk as late as local board.number If Is the reached random in sequence his- tary County was done on a volun- $743 1969., about $200 more than May j{|11 Jr., will Represent all the People of ::1|1

ter last season's dismal 3-5- The Civitan will pay only for Edwards.In number has been reachedin Member of the zoning board The City; of Lake Butler collected {|11 Bradford County to Help our County Jj
2 record, the worst of any .!or- cans that have been picked up other action on July 21, the the case of a registrant who appointed Nov. 6, 1968 were Ed $1,736, up Just $24 from
nado team in 23 years. In 1947 on streets or by the roadside, Council: becomes I-A late In the year Wainwright, Ernest Triest, Rex May 1969. Union County collec- !|111 Prosper at the l lowest Possible Cost to il1i |!'
Bradford High won only three 10,000 cans will be purchasedon -Was told the city;, power plant he will be subject to inductionas Smith, E.W. Hodtes, Z.W. Hamilton tions went up $130 to $766. ;
games with a 3-7 mark and in a first-come first-serve basis has peaked this summer at 5,475 soon as appeals,examinationsand county; commission chair- i|fsThe 1 Taxpayer By Planning Now for f!
4-4-2. Tomllnson KW. Plant Supt. George Graudon other delays are concluded man, and Torode. That board replaced Statewide, cigarette sales Increased :..
1948 Biggest the team asset was of the '70 squad The offer is not to any also said bearings have been replaced even though the year has a 10-member zoning com- almost a million dol- |:: the Future tir :|:::::
In one of the old small lars for May, from the previous
will be a backfield with var- group, he says, but may be enjoyed ended. There is no way he can mittee name Jan. 4, 1967 to draw
by all. engines but that It still vibrates. gain an advantage by delaying; up a zoning code. The committee year. State sales totaled$9,848249 ,-
sity Quarterback experience.Dean Johns hasa Only requirement Is, Tomlin- The engine could not be fastened his actual Induction through time bogged down In its work and up 10.29 per cent. i|:1 IANDOWNER-TAX PAVE"-FAMILY! MAN II I
down until the engine has run required for personal the commission moved in late Cities received $5,440,799 of
full season's experience under son says, "Please get the cans appearance :: I:
200 hours, Graudon said. these smoking taxes and counties
appeals, examination and 1968 to appoint the zonind board
his belt at the signal calling from the streets or beside the
soot and is developing into a road since this plan Is intended --Discussed but took no act- other processing if his random which completed its work?underTorode's $373,263. The balance went to the |j Your Vote and Support on Sept. 8 !i|
Ion on city employees participating General Revenue Fund of the
sequence number has been guidance just a few
mature ball player. Tim Mur- to help clean up roadsides. in civil disorders. Attorney reached. weeks ago, ending three yearsof State of Florida and totaled $4- I} will be Greatly Appreciated ii1 I?

George Pierce told the Council effort. 034,186. ,::Ri:::{:::S::!::!:!{:tia::;:;:::::}:a'1:;;:::::::::::;::::::::ff:::}::::::}::.a:::::::fi::::::ffffffff::::::::;:::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:::::::;:::::;:::;:::::;:::;::::=y
an enployee\ can be dismissed In other action, the Board of
at time as an administrative
any Governors
Question What :
about the
: regis-
Elect I matter. Councilman Jimmy Bowen trant who loses a deferment just -Heard a letter read by Manager -
brought the matter up. before age 26? John Myers from the Flo-
--Agreed to pay the Auxiliary rida State Chamber of Commerce
Police Force $476 for 227 hoursof ONE SHOT
Answer: This is like the case on including Bradford and 33 SPECIAL
duty. The money will go for in the previous question. If his other North Florida counties in

rr Julian E. equipment Recommendation for the for auxiliary the paymentwas force. number has been or Is reached, the Coastal Plains Regional Commission .- .. ,

w. and he .loses his, deferment just now embracing counties .
made by Mayor Carl Hurst;
before his 26th birthday, he will, in North Carolina South
--Discussed but came to no Carolina, and Georgia.
if his deferment extended his
,.: MCRAECandidate State conclusion on whether or not the liability to age 35 as most do, -Heard a report on the status -.., .-- ]
i of Florida has an easementto
be Inducted at the end of all of the local census report from
a portion of the drainage
the processing steps-lf he remains Rep. Don Fuqua. It stated that a l
ditch running west from US-301 in Class i-A Missed Persons Campaign can
_::::.. For (Temple Ave.)west through PIne and Is qualified, even or thoughhe I-A-O be authorized for the county if

Haven subdivision, Saratoga has turned 26 during this the Regional Director of the Census
Heights Subdivision, and on to period of delay. is contacted by the County
< School Board Crosby Lake. Nolan said he has Commission. A suggested letter '
been told the state has no written requesting such a study has been

.k .. easement. Surveyor Merrill Question: Can a man whose sent to the county; for action by .
McMliUan said that doesn't mat-
the commission if it
District No. 2 birthday is drawn early in the desires.
ter since the easement is recorded -
drawing still join the Reserveor -Was read a letter from Guy
:. / :i in a platt accepted by the National Guard? Andrews and A.J. Thomas, Sr. GG

city.Nolln which turned over to the Chamber -
said the state has been check for $447 '
a the balance
Answer Yes. Just -
: as now, he
out the of the
cleaning portion '
remaining in the bank .
can join a Reserve National account -
These Are Changing Times. ditch from Myrtle Street west Guard Unit any time before the of the US-301 Highway Association -. .,.....
and the
city has cleaned out from '
now inactive. The
"hltr"'c'" ? or :"years nun j just' t won't work now. US-301 to Orange Street. He said cessing Induction of order the is enlistment Issued. Pro-is money is to be used by the '
he was concerned about who will Chamber in the best Interest '
clean the ditch In the future if of course, up to the Reserveor
to further traffic
The School Board National Guard Unit. The men :
spends 6 times more the state abrogated Its responsibility of 301.
must, however, be sworn Into
monies than other Board in the Unit before his
any the --Asked the clerk and Attor- local board 301.Was
told by Myers that
malls him an Induction order.
County. ney George Pierce to work out Chamber's project for four-lan- I
insurance matters pertaining to ing US-301 from Callahan to I II
Question What
: about volun- 1
the auxiliary police force so the
Baldwin has been
If elected to
f Honrd :Members) 'to !tee I hat the county gets!' dollar for the organization. ThereIs Answer: The policy Is unchanged Commerce as a special pro- ,
I value for every Dollar Spent. a question whether the city can Armed Forces recruiters ject for that group to undertake
legally collect Insurance for the
statewide. This proposal has also
will continue to take enlistments -
auxiliary force if a man is Injured as heretofore. been submitted to officials of
while on duty. Walt Disney World, requesting
- -
that it be studied by their transportation
experts as to its mer-

it and Impact on traffic to Disney --.....

.Y, I -Received World. a "Thank You" note a

Your VOTE and SUPPORTIn from Gov. J.R. Bullington who
I T had been ill. /

Sept. 8 Democratic PrimaryWill No Action 1:

11 4 Be AppreciatedBy Yet In City //1

r Voting Scene

Wk Maurice Edwards Jr. the"Quiet expression as a Clerk graveyard"Merrill Edwards Is- /1 1!/ Brown 30" Gas Range

used Wednesday to describe 1 I
I the city election for which Ij
candidate qualifying ends Tues- 1 !j.

Candidate For day at noon. : CcnfJIefely Autondc-All;
If there is any action at all PcrceI n

it'll probably be about a quar- ': NO Matd1es- Life Time Bia'r. er'
i ter to noon next Tuesday."That'swhen
it usually happens," Ed Choice Of White Or Coppertone

The wards pointed out.
No new candidates have entered -
.$d CLERK the city race since Titus i $
i i
Olson qualified to oppose Incumbent -
Nell Tucker for the Uroup 13995!

3 council seat, making the only

I am 41-years-old. have been a lifelong resident of Bradford County. I would race so far.Incumbent. Orie Wiggins has make the following pledge to all the people of Bradford County If qualified for re-election to his
-- you Group I seat, but has no opposition Save! Save!
elect me your clerk I will conduct this office in an honorable, efficient, and Local automobile so far. dealer Billy !

business-like manner at all times, knowing that as a businessman, taxpayer, Group Noegel 5 seat has for qualified which l for incum-the ::::,:::,:::::::::,:::-:%:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,:';::::::::::':;:'>>:::::::::::::: :::::::;::;:::::::::::::;;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:::: ::::::::: ::':::':::::::::;'-':::::

and father of five children that the efficient bent Tom Nolan says he won't
as a only through operation of our
run. Noegel so far has no opposition -

county government are we able to achieve al; tax savings to our citizens of City registration. books closeat SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES

Bradford County. 5 p.m. August 24 for the

Sept. 8 primary. 332 W. Madixm St. .
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Heavy Case Load ReportedBy Garden Cub Scout Pack Men Set PlayOffFor I

District Parole OfficeThe HeadingFor Gives AwardsMembers TitleThe Ifl I

of Cub Scout Pack
Dletrlct "41" Office of be seen that these people under 513 held their July meeting at '
the Florida Probation and Pa- supervision are helping to earn State Camp Neyati on KIngsley Lake rebels and CunninghamGulf half Should the Gulf team lose.tlweli
the for
finished have tied
role Commission located in tin their own way and saving the Saturday July 25. Swimming anda with records of two teams would
Bradford County Courthouse baa State of Florida a great deal of picnic lunch were enjoyed by league schedule second place and play-off would
an active ;year during fiscal 1969- money which would have other- 10-4. and consequently engage have been necessary.The .

70, according to a report released wise been needed for their con- all.The following awards were pre- In a play-off to determine winner rapped out 14 base
by James Bloodworm, tinued stay at the state prison. sented: the second half winner and League hits while Plaza could muster
District Supervisor. Persons on probation, who are Den I- Gold Arrow points: 1 Champion.The only 5. Claude Hardee was 3-
being given the opportunity to gold 1 silver to Alan Montgomery Rebels won the first half for-3 for the winners. Kenny
Starting July 1 I. 1969. the case- redeem themselves under super ;. 1 gold 1 silver to Pat and should they defeat the Gulf 2-for-3 for Plaza
; Jones was
load In this office totalled 115 vision as an alternative to beingIn Y sa <, J n wp1rTh Mundorff Denner Bars to Joe team In the play-off for the sec-
for the three counties of Baker prison have also shown that s M Valensld ; Bear Arrow Points-- ond half the Rebels will be The Independents completed tile
Bradford, and Union, and dur- they can and will support their I Gold Arrow to Terry Mun crowned Champs. Should the Gulf season with a record of 9-5,
ing the year 332 cases were families adequately" the super- dorff. Den 1 also won the Cub- team win the second half It will good enough for third place.This
supervised counting new cases visor said.A ble Award for the most in at- be necessary to hold an additional team would have to be the league's
persons transferred in and out, breakdown of Investigations tendance. play-off to determine the league most Improved team. They dropped -

and cases passing from super- that have been made by the Starke Den 3Nelson Green won his championship.These their first four games, one
vision, Bloodworth reported. office Indicates that 49 pre-sen- Wolf Badge; David Rowe was two teams will also be by a forfeit, and then lost only
Currently the count as of June !Lance Investigations were made awarded his assistant Denner competing In an Invitational tour- one more game In the second
30, is 136. for the Circuit and County Court*. nament In Alachua August 14-16. half.
This has been a year of changefor of the three counties during the Bar.Den 5- Wayne Sapp was com-
the Starke Office. Starting past fiscal year: 22 for Bradford T M' 1 mended for bravery. CUNNINGHAM GULF 14
November 1 I. 1969 the Starke 17 for Baker and 10 for WebelosKelly Grlffls was Inducted GAME RESULTS PROFS *
Office which had long been a Union -County. Post sentence Investigations In the Webelos Den. Thursday August 6 With the final regular season
sub-office operating under the which are those The Webelos camped out Sat REBELS 7 STARKE UTIL- gone the Gulf team won a must
Gainesville District Office became done on Individuals sentenced to urday night at Camp Neyati. The ITIES 0 !forfeit) game to finish in a tie for the
a district office itself.In the State Prison and on whichno Restaurant team members are (kneeling 1r 1. following boys participated: INDEPENDENTS 10 MADI- second half with a 14 4 win

Mid-December 1969 Angus pre-sentence Investigationswas ) Emmett Akridge, Walt Edmondson, Tommy Clark, Bobby Smith, Jimmy Pryde Ter- SON STREET 3 over the Profs.
McDowell Joined the staff and made totaled 20, as follows: Stan Cotney and Woody Strickland. ry Saucer Andy Johnson, Tim- The Independents killed any The winners collected 15 safeties
In March 1970 Anthony Proto Bradford 12, Baker 3. Union 5. othy Shlller. Bobby Rehburg and hope the church team held for to the Profs 8. Jim Watts
Joined the staff making a total Some Individuals have appliedfor Standing are Marcus Rhoden. Wayne McLeod Tom- Terry Carver. finishing first or second with a Harry Hatcher and W.H. Johns

of three supervisors locatedIn Pardon Board action, and Investigations my Malloy, Ronnie Thomas Lynwood Kitchens Jim The boys were taught fire- 10-3 threashlng. were 2-for-3 for the winners, i
an office which was autho- requested by the Beelec Townsend Strickland and Jim Garlington. Not building and the safe use of fire- By the same token, the winners as was Mark Milner for the
rized two men previously although State Pardon Board through the pictured: Jack Hazen John Watson Bill Adams and arms by W.T. Smith and Cub- kept alive their hopes and losers.
about half the time only Parole Commission totaled 4: master McKinney assisted by assured themselves of finishingno

one supervisor was available.To Bradford 3, Baker 1. Individualsare Harold Bishop. Optical and gained! a shot_at Wayne Mundorff Assistant Cub less than third place. FINAL STANDINGS
augment the increased supervisor The Independents out hit the
released from the prison the championship with a IOJ-O Master;; J.T. Carver Harry Reh
staff a new secretarial almost every day with many of Starke's Garden Restaurant 10. hitting 29 base hits and led victory. The Garden proceededto burg Jim Pryde, and Webelos losers 15-12 and were led by Rebels Cunningham Gulf 10-4
position was allocated and these coming out on parole su- Journeyed to Ormond Bdach-last by the performances of Tommy hand Orlando the first loss Leader Clarence Saucer. Johnny Griffis 3-for-3. Gary Independents 9-5
was then filled by Mrs. Linda John Watson 4-5 Cub Scouts marked in the BC- Hamilton and Doug Brown were
weekend to compile the ASA Malloy. 4-4 of the tourney 8-1 before wrapping Madison Street Baptist 8-6
Adklns. In May 1970. Investigations to determine District Championship and ((3 home runs), and Tommy Clark up the championship. with VFD Parade on July 25 and dida 2-for-3 for Madison Street Plaza Lodge 6-8

Additional responsibilities whether suitable Jobs exist priorto emerged victorious to earn a 45. The Starke team was dropped a 1 13-4 win. great Job. Congratulations Profs 68Utilities
brought on by the Increased staff a person's release on parole berth In the State Championship. to the losers bracket when boys. Wayne Sapp was Flag Bear Monday, August 10 4-10
were the weekly orientations of were done as follows: Bradford Garden, led at bat by former they met B & T Electric of Orlando Garden goes Intothe state meet er.The These games were scheduledfor Lawtey 3-11
patrole Instructions for persons County 20, Baker 5, Union 6, Bradford High School basketball 7-6 in a nine Inning con with a record of 91 and 19. Included theirfe for August will .be Friday August 7, but were
leaving the prisons in Lake Butler for a total of 31 employment coach Tommy Malloy and the test. Garden was then faced with In the Garden champion- Field Day Olympics. rained out.INDEPENDENTS.
and Raiford on parole. Add- Investigations. A total of 20 spe- outstanding ,Ditching and defen-. the task of winning four games ship this year are four Invitational IF WE DONT HAVE IT
itionally the Starke office par- cial investigations comprisingmany she play of Walt Edmondson, or be eliminated. tournaments the Sub-Dis 12 PLAZA wt'll get It for you. Office:
ticipated In a weekly parole different types were also the tournament's most valuable The District Champs rose to trict play-off, and the District. 40 New Housing LODGE 1 Supplies.!! Furniture Equip
orientation session given to new made by the Starke office In all player came from the loser's the occasion and seemed to get The Garden's first game In the The Independents rolled over
inmates at the Reception and three counties. bracket stronger u theywentalaag.They State will be 9 p.m. Friday Aug- Units StartedIn the Plaza 12 I and then sat ntont. Bradford CoaATeleolrl'Bph.
to win
Medical Center located! In Lake the championship.The Deland back to wait for the Cunningham .
"When It Is considered that Garden won their first stayed alive by edging ust 14. Lake ButlerThe .
Butler. approximately 98 per cent of 64 then met Ormond Beach Garden has been led at the Gulf to play.
game by whipping Titusville 19-
A new program the Manda- all Inmates of all the prisons plate all season by the former
tory Conditional Release Program will return eventually to society local high school baseball stars. Union County Housing Authority -
has been In effect throughout it can be seen that releas- Woody Strickland. Tommy Clark has signed a $547,774 For Maximum B.auty TO. oeM'."i ...!. 1 imnd <..
d Mm*
Bradford r pldcr -
the State for a number of ing them under some type of Could Join and Wayne McLeod and two for contract with Triest Construction b.ry ihould. b .pry4
months and the Starke Office supervision Is the only practical mer Baker County stars John Co., of Keystone Heights during Wi% ....t S w.....
gets its share of interviews as way to ensure their read- Coastal Ph lire Watson and Marcus Rhoden. for an additional 40 housing units SPRAY before oonl we"t"
one member of the staff usually justment to a free society" Groupthe Coaches Townsend Stricklandand to be constructed on pro- Begins.
journeys to the appropriate local Bloodworth said. "Many of these Jack Hazen stated "We feel perty owned by the Authority
prison for the purpose of men have been out of touch with A Tallahassee meeting Satur- Commission Is asking fora this is the best club ever fielded between Dekle Street and S231 OM or two (praying* ..
interviewing these Individualswho the outside world for a numberof lay Aug. 8, of 34 North Florida definite committment each by" a local Softball team." in Lake Butler. SHRUBBERY, I ell mul>l n IwuldpplUd ::
will be going out of the pri- years, and require someoneto counties on being Included county preferably from the The State Play-off will have The additional 40 units will now fr bturta
son and who will be under supervision help them bridge the gap In the Coastal Plains Regional County; Commission. some real strong teams with make a total of 82 being administered -
of the Commission fora once they are released. Commission was attended by CPRC had for the current year the following nine competing: by the Union County -
period of time. "Some individuals feel that Bradford Chamber of Commerce about $10 million to allocate on Tallahassee Barwick Sea Foods housing Authority with Robert NOW!
The caseload has grown from Manager John Myers. to Jo's Pizza of Milton,, acontenderIn executive di- Our ciatr of trclMdrvlo.inwi a:
basis with states Driggers as
matching .. ..
when have been
they a
on to r .q10.IDA
115 136 active: but this
to cases probation that they have 'gotten Purpose of the three-year-old specific counties for such itemsas last years world; the defend- rector. r:.." you
does not tell the whole story. financed Washington, State
federally ing Champion, Grampas
by' but this Is not the ," a transportation study or an Contraction has already start- --
As indicated above there have D.C. headquartered CommissionIs Bakery of Ft. Lauderdale
the supervisor declared. "Fail Industrial survey. The Commission ; ed on the new units. EST
been a large number of people to assist the eastern United
almost twice this number ure to adhere to the conditions States coastal plains area In might, for Instance study Starke's Garden Restaurant, Island e e e
who have actually been super- of probation, and failure to dis- attaining an economic status e- Bradford County to determine Inn of St. Petersburg and A housewife who Will all O.T.O&
vised during the year. charge responsibilities under qual to the national average. what types of Industry would be Florida Machinery of Boca Ra- the time-saving appliances STARKE. FLA.
this probation order strictly suited here. Garden and a' .. 964-5745
by The Commission Is currently ton. Tallahassee and convenience /foods shouldbe
Bloodworth pointed out that observing the conditions often composed of 159 counties In It would not, however, act ar Grampas were participants in able to lave about 27
when the situation is looked at results In the issuing of a the coastal regions of another development authority; In last year's tournament hours in one day I
from a dollars and cents angle warrant by the appropriate court, the respect that It would pro- .
North Carolina South Carolina
it is found that Bradford Coun- with the results that the pro- vide funds for a specific Industry -
and Georgia. The 34 North Florida
ty's parolees and probationers bationer finds himself back before to locate here. It might pro-
earned a total Income of $164- the court which placed him counties were supposed to vide funds for vocational courses '
271 during this period of time. on probation. Most of the time be included in the Commission'sdomain to train employees to work JACKSON ONE STOP
They paid out restitution total- he finds that his probation is but for some reason were for a certain type Industry.
Ing $225 and paid support pay- revoked and that he is committed omitted Myers says. The Saturday meeting held In
ments (to their seoarated fam- to prison because he did According to a Commission the state House chambers was
ilies) totaling 1005.Baker County not take advantage of the opportunity brochure it was established Eco-under attended by three Florida con 1
the Public Works and
with a smaller number of offered by the courtIn gressmenReps.. Don Fuqua, D-
patrolees and probationers Its efforts to help the pro- nomic Development Act of 1965. Altha; Rep. William Cramer, R-
showed a total Income earned of bationer by giving him an alternative The CPRC Is designed to bring St. Pete and Rep. Bob Slkes CenterNorth
the Federal government Into an Building Supply
$73,737 with total restitutionof to prison. DCrestview.A .
effective alliance with state and
$78 paid out and support Parole and probation both are resolution to Include the 34
payments totaling $689. Union conditional types of treatment local governments In a full-scale North Florida counties has been
effort close the "Income
to gap"in
County with the smallest num- of a criminal offender. A per- Introduced by Rep. Cramer.
Coastal Plains
ber of cases, nevertheless show son can be under supervisiononly them 159-county:
ed a total Income earned of so long as he adheres to the
$83,785 paying out restitution In conditions which are listed In co-chairman-The Commission Is a headed federally by Ten Seek Cherry Street( Behind Old Big Dad Building)

the amount of $585 and support his parole certificate or in his
money in the amount of 1365. probation order. appointed official based la Washington -

"Thus it can be seen that the As the State of Florida has one, of D.C.the and states the governorof involved. OfficesIn PHONE 964-6078
people on parole and probation
grown so have its responsibi-
According to Myers the chair-
supported themselves and their HamptonTen
lities in many areas. The Influx man had already reauested that
families Bloodworth very said. "Consider adequately that of reflected population by has the been Influxof directly the North Commission's Florida be Included In candidates were certifiedfor Come In And Browse Through Our Completely Remodeled Building-

persons on parole who were previously offenders Into the prisons domain, but Hampton's city election Sep Inside And Outside- We Can Now Serve You BetterTake Advantage -
incarcerated at the pri- and by the fact that the Parole tember 8 when the City; Council

son the were State costing of Florida the taxpayersof $6 It per Commission size In an has effort had to meet to growIn its MoviesWith met Willard Monday Thomas night. running for Of Our Everyday Low, Low Prices On Quality MerchandiseFrom

day for their! keep. Thus can
obligation to the State of Florida

in assisting the differentNOTICE he end of national prohibition only re-election unopposed as candidate.mayor was Lillian the Nails To Lumber For Complete Home Building. Hardware,

---------- ----- a treasure in prime A. Ingenlatn. Incumbent, and
corn whiskey proves an ex- Jackie Johns filed for City Clerk. Plumbing And Electrical Supplies.!
i I lI tremely attractive target for a L.G. Johns and RH. Parkerwill
In "The Moon for the office of Marshal -
band of gangsters compete
I shine War." starring Patrick Mayor Clerk and Marshal y EVERYTHING'S' REDUCED EXCEPT THE QUALITY I \
McGoohan, Richard WldmarkandAlan are for one-year terms each.
I Due to the rapidly increasing costs of pro 25
Alda. "The Moonshine War 11 < >
duction. The Telegraph finds it necessary to institute rated GP plays Sun., Mon. and For three Council seats to be

I a nominal charge for the use of photographs I Tues. at the Florida Theatre. filled for two-year terms Ed- .
I, for announcements and engagements' on "The Cockeyed Cowboys of ward Saxon and Roy P. Glover.Incumbents. .
I were Joined by W.K.
Calico County starring Dan W
The following rates will apply,
I our society paces. ..110.." Blocker and Nanette Fa- Brown Vernon Parmenter and TRUCKLOAD n
effective April 1: I bray will play on a double bill Frances Wadsworth In filing as \ "
t I with "Shenandoah" starring candidates. Incumbent D.E. Hill Sheet

ONE COLUMN PHOTOGRAPH (CUSTOM-: James Stewart Fri and Sat at did not seek re-election.
I By Monday 140 voters were
I AIRLY USED FOR ENGAGEMENT. $3.00 ANNOUNCEMENTS I the"Weekend Florida Theatre.With The Baby- registered after the Council removed 4'x8'Sheets Pre-Finished Paneling- Li hl- Medium- Dark

) --- I sitter" starring George E. Ca- names of former voters
who had died or moved from the
I and Susan Romen plays
I TWO AIRLY COLUMN USED FOR WEDDINGS) __. $5.00 I Thurs., Fri. and Sat at the 301 city. open Registration through books Saturday will, Aug.remain \
I III Drive-in. A sensitive story of 29.In ra", QO 0 F F The Only Complete Line of
a mature married man's week-
I other business the Councilset '
II We will continue to make no charge for en- I end affair with his son's baby Monday night, Aug. 18, fora SQ SKIL SAWS IN THIS AREA

gagement announcements cr wedding write-ups I sitter this movie Is rated "R," special meeting on a proposed Check with us for all your Power Tool need!'

where no photographs are required. Playing with "Weekend With occupational license ordinance
The use of color photographs: (fa discouraged as f fI The Babysitter" Is Jennie WifeChild" and for a discussion of city finance. THIS WEEK'S EXTRA SPECIALIn
I starring Jack Lester .. ANY TYPE OF TOOL
they do not reproduce as well as black and white. I Beverly Lunsford Jim Reader 71/i" SKIL SAWof
I submit black and white photographs, U and Virginia Wood. "Good Morn- In a special meeting on July 27, our Store We have a Vast Line !
Please t Ing... and Goodbye! starring Council voted to authorize attorney all Levels HandSaws BLACK & DECKER
I possible. Alaina Capri and Stuart Lancaster Dick Wilson to start legal Types -- Squares, $25-88

I In order to handle wedding articles efficiently, t tI dlpicta the "other side" of proceedings: against R.J.Williams Hammers, Wrenches, Pliers, You ONLY
love and marriage- the side to clear title to land surrounding -
I ine Telesnraph requests that all information be usually revealed only In the the city dump area. name it -- You've got a 10% Discount.

submitted no later than noon Monday following I courtrooms: or at an Inquest ......................................... ..........................................
I the wedding. Accounts of weddings occuring "Good Morning. and Goodbye" For July city disbursement
than two weeks before date of publication I plays on a double bill with "Fin- came to$2,209 and Income $810.

more be used. Printed wedding< information t ders Keepers Lovers Weepers" Repairs to city hall were $712; 4' x8' SHEETROCK Only1.89 Sheet
cannot |[ rated X 3/8"X/ -
Telegraph office at the 301 Drive-In fee for the court case, $500;
I may be obtained Your I II Sun.. Mon.iTues., and Wed. surveying: city property $493;

I for your convenience. cooperation will be salaries, $235; and mowing $95. ......................................................................................
appreciated. I Cigarette tax brought in $370.

I types of offenders to Utility tax, $125; cutting Umber -
: their attitude toward society. $129; cemetery plots $75; B.l.P. Mobile Paint 2x4 No. 2 PINE
t BRADFORD Cot The District "41" Office U and real estate taxes $40. |

Tr rounded out by District Secretary 8'STUDSPECIAL
Mrs. Judy Hansen,and DIs-

!1 wroth.trict Supervisor Anyone: seeking James informa-Blood- TO ELECT DEPARTMENT OFFICERS.MEETING 20% DISCOUNT OFF

iterup'd tion the Commission regarding the should activities contact of Election of officers Is set for 69 \
the Fire
Hampton Department

_____-- this he n Starke.Bradford office on County the; 2nd Courthouse Floor of (meeting Thursday at} at the 7:30: city pjn.hall tonight OUR REG. LOW PRICE I EACH

AUG. 13, 1970 TELEGRAPH PAGE 7.r. *

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I II 5 Area Students Early Treatment StressedIn
SFJC CandidatesFor
I DiseaseThe

".,"'....'.';'.;'.;'.;'.:'....:.-:-.>.>.'..':'.'.".'.''.':.':'SO:: :.'.;'.v.'.'''.''...';..'..'..'''6'..s:::...n........._;""".' Five area students are among Increase of venereal disease throat mouth, falling fever hair headache or all sore of

'It' } 92 candidates for graduation from among young people between these. These may be slight, and

TimeWas r Santa Fe Junior College at the the ages of 15 and 24 was may also go away without treat-
end of Summer Term 1A which discussed at the Rotary Club ment, but the germs still remain -
to Dr. Charlton Pra- In the body and the dis-
A ends August 13, according last week by
;. Vice-President for Student Affairs ther, of the State Division of ease can be spread to other
$ Clifford R. LeBlanc. Health. people and cause later trouble,

0: Local candidates are: The speaker stressed the fact the speaker said.
j Keystone Heights-Dorothy M. that venereal disease can De "It may take from five to 20
Johnson. cured with one dose of penicillin or more years for the final
...When Hampton was a bustl1 1 the show In the formof
I but to up
} Lawtey-Thelma L. Knight. in the early stages damage
ing shipping point with busy depot :
Starke-Martin H. Carlton, tragedy Is that many young people possible blindness Insanity; ,
topped by a fancy cupola Michael D. Jackson, and Eliza- become infected and do not heart disease paralysis, or deformity -
and other ornamental "ginger the symptoms or apply ; ," Dr. Prather said.
beth L. Matthews. recognize
In this from the
bread. photo A for treatment until the disease A father with syphilis cannot
graduation ceremony for
1 I collection of the late J.T. Quigley :;
da- disease on to his un-
irreparable the
with done
: the } these candidates along can- has pass
stacked high on
;:::3 didates for Terms I and IB will mage. born child directly but he can
bear strawberry labels
platform :y be held in late September, Le- "Neglect to receive treatmentIn pass it to the mother and she,
indicating that Hampton was a :
Blanc says.Sixtythree. time can lead to much mis- in turn (If not treated) can passit
In those ear- y
berry-growing area :
no doubt contain t ; per cent ((58) of ery and suffering, Including pos- on to her unborn child. Such
ly days. Hampers
Alachua Insanity, crip.pling be born too soon
since men on the candidates are from sible blindness ; a baby may
cucumbers at holding cukesup f and Bradford Counties with 57 or even death," Dr. Pra- or may be born dead. If born
right are
wagon for the cameraman. If Hampton $1h: : per cent (53)) students from ther said. He declared that at alive it may be very weak and
in Gainesville. Another 28 per cent one time 60 per cent of the Inmates sickly or may have sores or
readers recognize
let The anyone Telegraph i Is made up of students from other In Florida Institutions for rashes from which syphilis may
this photo please -
.'< Florida cities and although no the insane were there becauseof spread to other people. Sometimes -
...", '. know. other states are represented syphilis. This has now decreased the child may be born

.. ._ '. '' -- ::::::.::: ,:; :::;::::;:::;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::!:!::::. the remainder come from five to 40 per cent at the deformed or with hidden syphilis -

'. .. -.......-...: :', .... foreign countries. present time the speaker said. which later can cause blindness -
Dr. Prather emphasized that, deafness paralysis Insanity -

contrary to popular belief syphilis ; or even death.
and gonorrhea do not just "The best way to avoid sucha
"happen" to a person. "Theyare tragedy is for every expectant '
Our editorial. FarmersAll Diary not spread by water food mother to have a blood test
or air," he said. "They may as soon as possible after she
be contracted only from per- knows she Is pregnant," Dr.
we pity; the poor politicians who sons who have themthrough Prather said.Gonorrhea .
is relatively quiet on the have to get out at this time of sexual relations or close body from a mother can
Point of: view agricultural scene here now, but ;year and hunt for votes. And contact." get into a baby's eyes either
I I It is that time of year again so far at least, we have not Dr. Prather said that some while it is being born or after-
when the berry growers are mak- found anyone who has a good persons are misled because the wards, and can cause blindness.
ing plans for the coming sea- word to say for holding the primary first warning sign of syphilisa -- This is why drops are put Into
son. The big decision, of course campaigns right smack in pimple blister, or open sore _the baby's eyes! at birth, as a
will be whether to take another the middle of summer heat. on or near the sexual organs-- precautionary measure the
chance by setting out plants in
disappears without treatment ina speaker said."Selftreatment.
view of the disappointing sea- .5 .
This does not mean
short while. with pills or
son experienced last year. Each ------ however
that the disease is cured -
salves or ointments are dangerous -
I year some growers vow "never The idea was to shorten the and the second sign may and useless" Dr. Prather
Qualified Or Not? again" but somehow or other By Sam McGarvey time between the primaries and appear three to six weeks after warned in urging any person

they get bitten by the "berry the general election so that candidates the first sign. This second sym- with of venereal disease
1 bug" and go right back at it- pai rtent Ideas has really caughton would not have to campaign ptom might be a rash on any to consult a physician im-
I with high hopes. in this area and now there over so long a time so part of the body, sores In the mediately.
are departments set up in Law- It was set up to benefit the
Apparently there are some tey Hampton Brooker Kings- candidates. But the second pri-

defined gray areas in our ley Lake and the organizationset mary will be held during the
laws, particularly In the field of Another event has been addedto up to protect the outlying football season, and anyone will 13 CRESC
that need the popular Calf Scramble areas which is based Starke. tell you that the main Interestat Workshops
fications of candidates, ( which is slated for Oct. 24 at These volunteer I
firefighters deserve that time will be on exploits -
fying, or re-writing, or the fairgrounds. In addition to a great deal of credit for of the Bradford Torna- Set For School Personnel
before a confused situation the scramble for calves and the the protection they are affording does or on the UF Gators. /
even more confusing.At greased pig chase for girls, there the smaller communities and
chickens- .. .. the locale for Gainesville--Speech Therapists -
will be a scramble for rural sections. Starke will be
open to youngsters from 7-9 two of 13 workshops for school at the Old Postofflce Build-
the present time, although years old and this event should At this time of year the vivid personnel which will be spon- Ing.
sets forth the qualifications of add a lot of fun to the program. Speaking of fire reminds us blooms of crepe myrtle are sored by Curriculum Research Femandlna BeachEvaluationof
dates offering for the various Anyone who has ever tried to that those pests-biting ants which most welcome because for the Education Supplementary Cen- School Programs Southside
it does not spell out who is run down and catch a chicken are often called fire antsare most part the other flowering ter (CRESC), August 27-28. Elementary School
of such qualifications and running helter-skelter knows that Just as plentiful as ever around plants are taking a vacation. Our CRESC provides consultive and In addition, CRESC will spon-
has the to It's a trick easier said than done. this part of the country. The favorite Is the deep red variety; other educational services to sor workshops for school lunch-
apparently, power post holding our mailbox rotted but there are many others which seven counties: Bradford Columbia room workers at Cross City; for
elector from running for an away and in examining It, can be seen throughout the county Dixie Gilchrist, Levy, personnel from Dixie Levy Gil-
even though his qualifications Sam stood smack on an ant hill, t; at this time.Bradford's Nassau and Union and is basedat christ and Union Counties and
be in doubt. All of which reminds us of and by the time he was noti- Lake Butler. at Fernandina Beach for those
the time we tried to count the fied of the fact by a few lusty; The two workshops scheduledfor from Nassau County; Bradford
According to information from number of chickens we had In bites it was too late and the Starke are on Interpersonal is providing Its own Inservice
a flock and finally had to giveit pesky ants were swarming up first zoning law is Relations to be held at the Ho- training for school lunchroom
hassee, a Clerk of the Court up as a bad Job because try- his legs looking for tender places now in effect and we would like liday Inn; and another for school personnel.
have authority to rule on the Ing to keep track of them was as to chew on. For a while to add our congratulations to media specialists Including librarians School Supt Tom Casey has

cations of a candidate for hard to figure out as who has at least, he will be careful where those of others who are praisIng ) at the Middle School. worked closely with CRESC and
fice, and the Secretary of the football when a tricky quar- he plants his feetbut sure the Zoning Board and the Bradford school personnel will with the' superintendents of the
has stated it is not the judge terback calls an Intricate play. enough, he'll forget again. county; commission for a Job attend most of the workshops. other CRESC counties in such cooperative
We later got a count by putting well done. And as was pointedout Other workshops scheduled in efforts according to
lifications of those offering the birds one by one, In a S. by B.F. (Bud) Mizell, It addition to the two in Starke Dr. Frank Reeves CRESC di-
office, including the Legislature.A separate pen. cost other counties thousands of are: rector. They agreed that better
With Dog Days here, and the dollars to get a zoning law while Lake Butler--Teaching the Inservice activities can be pro-
Circuit Court judge In Leon .5. air hot and sultry, most of us here the task was done voluntarily Writing Behavioral Objectives vided for teachers In limited
has ruled that even his are "hunting the shade" or the by a group of public-spir at the Townhouse Restaurant; areas cooperatively than by each
The rural volunteer fire de- comfort of alrcondltioning, and lted citizens. and Teaching the Mentally Retarded county; going it alone and at
not have jurisdiction in Lake Butler Middle a much smaller cost. For ex-
qualifications for legislators School. ample. It would not be feasibleto

that the Legislature itself is 'P Lake City; --Art for Classroom hold a workshop for two or

judge of qualifications of its prose-proseperly It's Bradford Gets Teachers Art Instructors KIn- three art instructors, but if the
bers. According to this r4.> I, '.' ;,,\ a womlll'sv dergarten Teachers, Business instructors for all seven coun-
v $46,072 In Education at Lake City; Junior ties came together It would be.
of the law, anyone could run : :f1fJfff!! [b WelfarePublic College; Foreign Languages,Columbia Most of the costs of the work-
Legislature, whether qualified July High School; and Music shop will be borne by the coun-
and it would be up to the Teachers. Lake City Junior High. ties on a pro-rata basis.

to decide whether or not to I 9 .,f assistance totaling$46072 ,-

If he should not be seated Martha Sue McCain was paid to 1,249 personsin

office would presumably be 1 County Extension Bradford County; during July Only Five Days Remain
according to figures releasedby
vacant to be filled by 4 Home Economics Agent I
the Department of Health and
or a special election, ( Rehabilitative Services. For Farm Election PetitionsEligible

of unnecessary confusion. SUMMERTIME TREATIce is ice cream clowns. Put a cone In neighboring Union County; ,
cream, the over. In and upside down over a scoop ol 491 clients received $18,717, and
A case In point is the present under dessert has many uses ice cream. Use fruit pieces raisins In Clay 1,193 persons received farm voters have only mittees help keep farmers Informed -
islative race in District 16. and more food value than most or small candles to make 35208. five days left in which to circulate of farm program pro-
neither candidate has made popular desserts.The the clown's face.v In the state-at-large the Division and sign nominating petitions visions. They advise and assistin
most common of the frozen of Family Services pro- for ASC county; committee. administering farm programson
lit statement or a direct char desserts ice cream is high- Of course ice cream can be vided financial assistance and August 17 is the final date the local level" Morgan ex-
u question has been raised by est In milk fat and milk solids. served under any number of fruit services to 317.828' axed, blind petitions may be filed at the plained.

15 County newspaper as to Fruits nuts, and flavoring are toppings fresh or frozen.Choose and disabled, as well as to dependent Bradford County; ASCS Office "Our county; ASC committee
11 Gene Shaw is qualified to often added to make this an even fresh ripe strawberries rasp.berries. children. Welfare checks Mall elections are set for the hopes that this year farmers

re-election since! he is more tantalizing dessert. In fact, or bananas and crush. going to these persons totaled second week In September. will nominate by petition every
Spoon over a scoopof your favorite "I want to re-emphasize to
any flavors you can Imagineand -- over $10 million, with the State candidate whose name goes on a
ing as Bradford County ice cream for a delicious farmers who to "
a few you probably never paying $2.3 million of this amount are eligible ballot, he concluded.
The Inference is that Shaw thought ofare available. How- sundae. For an elegant farfait, and the rest paid by vote that nominating candidatesby
have resigned: his ever, vanilla is still an overwhelming arrange alternating layer of matching Federal funds. petition Is of prime importance -
prior to qualifying for the favorite and then you crushed fruit, whipped cream Average payments per per- If six or more eligible
and ice cream in tall slim glasses. candidates are nominated
add topping. son by pet-
In compliance with the new can your were: aged $51.10; Blind Job SurveySet
to run" law which Add egg yolks to frozen cus- $62.05; Totally Disabled, $60.50; ition in an ASC county; no other
generally tard for French Ice cream. The and Dependent Children. 2293. names will go on the ballot. In
j holding two elective or taste Is different and the price Tempting sauces also add an the past, the incumbent committee HereThe
at the same time. it higher. Don't confuse Frenchice extra spark to Ice cream. Try Season Football may nominate only if few
cream with the frozen custard rolling a scoop of ice cream in er than six eligible candidates
Shaw has defended his that's sold at roadside snack chocolate salted peanuts sauce. topping Ticket Sale Set are nominated by petition and Bureau of the Census will
stands. Most of these soft-serve the committee may nominate only conduct a survey of employmentand
stating that the law is not frozen foods are Ice milks. the number of candidates neededto unemployment In this area
in his case because he may ;:. : .. Ice milks are made the same For tasty; frozen dairy desserts Season football tickets go on make up full slate of six during the week of August 18,
missed without cause: at any way as ice creams but contain store them properly. If sale at Bradford High School nominees," Leaton Morgan Jr., Thomas W. McWhlrter, director

the Bradford County: ('ommlH : less total milk solids and more you within plan one to to serve four hours Ice cream after Monday, Aug. 17.Reservations Chairman of the Bradford Countv of the Bureau's regional office
Aericultural Stabilization and in Atlanta
Bv the ice milks has announced.
sugar be made by
and that fie holds may
no (; you buy it, put the unopened car-
are not a dieter's delight. They phoning the high school office Conservation Committee, said. This survey is conducted
In connection with in the Ice cube
the ton directly a-
county /: contain nearly as many calories number 964-6092. Fans can reserve No special forms are requiredfor monthly by the Bureau for the
as Ice cream. rea of the refrigerator and set the same seats they had a petition only a sheet of U.S. Department of Labor Ina

Sherbet is another frozen des- for coldest temperature.For last season or, If dissatisfied, paper naming the candidate and scientifically designed sam-
sert high in sugar. It has a can reserve a different seat if the ASC county; Signatures of at ple of households throughout the
tart flavor characteristic of storage up to three ,,"kII. one Is vacant, according to Ath- least six eligible voters in the entire United States.Employment
whatever fruit and fruit acid is the freezer of your refrigerator letic Director David Hurse. county are required on each pe and unemployment statistics
The Bradford County added. Sherbet is a low fat, low will be suffleclent. However, Season tickets will be $10 this tition. Only one candidate maybe based on the results of this
-- milk frozen food, but again cal- niwnvft cover ice cream with fall and single game tickets will named on a petition but voters survey are used to provide a
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED orie-content is much the same. plastic wrap or foil after you be $1.75 up $1.50 and :50 cents. may sign as many petitions as continuing measure of the economic I
:::::' Versatile ice cream Is delic- open the box. This protects the The price Increases, the first they want. health of the Nation as
1879 f'4o4a'hsibis lIA ious over baked apples or pears, ice cream from absorbing refrigerator in eight years, are made necessary In general to be eligible either a whole and of Its major re-
or fruit crisps and fruit pies. odors and also prevents Coach Horse says by the to become a candidate or gions. In June for example the
It's also a tasty; topping for hot a tough leathery discolored Increased costs of Athletic Department to vote, a person must have a survey Indicated that 82.1 mil
rrom __ :\ 9-I; gingerbread spice cake, and film caused by evapor- operations. "Costs are farm interest in the county; and lion persons were employed and
ation. must be eligible to 3.9 million
( participate
MIMifAAS strawberry shortcake.Or up on everything we have to buy,'' were unemployed
use ice cream in an ice the AD says In one or more programs administered with an unemployment rate of
FLORI A ESS Whither shall go from thy cream pie with alternate layersof Don't allow Ice cream to partially by the county; ASCS 4.7 percent.
Spirit?-(Psalms 139:7)). fruit, whipped cream and ice melt and reharden. Ice office. Full details on eligibility Facts supplied by Individuals
TATON cream.' The crust can be plainor crystals will Increase in size HALLS ATTENDING I; requirements for candidatesand participating in the survey are
SO',< for a fancy party; pie try which results in a coarse. Icy POSTAL CLERKS MEET voters are available at the kept confidential and the result ,
iV When we are faced with a crushed graham crackers or product. county ASCS office are used only to compile sta- I
/ troubling situation, prayer can cookies. Ice cream cake rolls Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Hall Each year eligible farmers nominate tistical results. The law safe I
help us realize the loving pres- are another tasty; "In" dessert, Ice cream can contribute left Sunday by plane to attend and elect ASC county; committees guarding the privacy of the Individual -
ence of God which dispels not to mention ice cream ec- worthwhile amounts of protein the National Convention of U- of three members and two applies to all Informa- I
E. L. MATTHEWS EditorPublMierFubUahed and fear. Prayer not lairs. calcium and ribOflavin to help nited Federation of Postal Clerks alternates who> help administerfarm tion collected by the Census Bu

each Thursday and entered aa Second: worry only sustains us; it also sustains For make-your-own ice cream balance summer meals. If you which convened Monday in Los programs such as farm reau. I
believe in making: food Angeles Call at the BUtmore allotments Interviewer who
every acreage and will
sandwiches bases visit
spread softened
CUss Matter at the Pat Office at Starke, FlorIda ice
those for whom we pray.A cream between two large oat- count, then Ice cream Is a Hotel. While In California they and conservation cost-sharing. households In this area included 1
order Act of March 3rd 1879. that places our loved dessert. And Ice also vlst "They the In the
prayer meal, molasses, or sugar cook- natural for plan to relatives are key people the sample survey are:
Subscription in trnifo area: t year. J3:;00: Outside ones in God's care blesses them ies. Freeze until firm. Serveas cream will delight every mem- friends and places of interest. U.S. Department of Agriculture Mrs. Zeluan C. Crawford. Rt.

trade area: i year, $ .50 with the protection and guid- refreshments for happy chil- *er of your family. Serve it Mr. Hall is secretary of Local relies upon for direct contact 8, Box 47L Lake Butler, Fla.
ance they need. dren. Another easy chlld-pleaser often. 2782 UFPC AFL-CIO. with producers. County; com- 32054.



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Asks Appreciation Day For CUBB VolunteersVolunteers

Chevrolet. inrroviuceaSprightly working with the nett: Rev. Bob Burch Miss Myr- Olson, Mrs. Grace Page, Rev.
6th School Hatchback Bradford Neighborhood Service lice Conway, Mrs. Virginia Dar- Preston Perry, Mrs. Joyce RI-
Vega Coupe Center ''and the CUBB Economic by, Mrs. Allene Dixon, Mrs. herd, Elzle Sanders Mrs. Beatrice
Agency were honored at an appreciation Eva Eddings, Rev. DeWitt Fara- Scott. Mrs. Norma Thompson
Board Term day program on bee, Miss Dixie Flllyaw, Mrs. Roy Thompson, Mrs. Car
r Thursday. July 30, in the Civil M.F. Hazen, Mrs. Bessie Hol- rie Williams, Frank Williams
F Defense Building. land, Mrs. Georgia Howard Mrs. Mrs. Mona Canova, and Mrs.
H.A. Lawson 68-year-old 20- Certificates of Appreciationwere Emily Ison, Herman Johnson, Linda Tyler.
year veteran of the school board, t presented to 35 Individuals: Mrs. Marcia Jones, Gary Jor- About 150 persona were pre
announces that he is seeking a Mrs. Mary Allen, Miss Willie dan, Mrs. Margie Kendall, Mrs. sent for the appreciation ceremony
sixth term in the District 2 seat Mae Alston, C.C. Anderson,Mrs. Ruby Elaine Lee, Leo Leurlck, and to hear Rep. Eugene
on the. Board of Public Instruction. rk 1 + Faye Baker. Mrs. Betty Ben- Mrs. Shirley McRae, Mrs. Titus Shaw who addressed the group.

"My sole Interest has been t'M' 1ff ,
the betterment of our schools.
I'd rather the public express '
their opinion than me," says Wouldti't!
Lawson who has been chair- ---. you
man or vice-chairman of the
school board for the past 18 faculty and staff and have a
years. He has been affiliated well rounded educational pro-
with Bradford schools for 37 gram to offer our children, that rather switch?
years, he says. All five of Ids they may be well prepared for
children are graduates of Brad- college or everyday life. After
ford High School. all. school business is the most
important and biggest businessin
Lawson Is still In the meat any area," Lawson states.
business and was owner and o-
perator of Lawson's Meat Mar- < 't{
1 ket. The Information explosion is
so extensive that, by the timea This distinctive four-passenger coupe model of Chevrolet's new 1971 Vega 2300 economy car hasa
"The height of my ambition, man graduates from col. ride combination rear window and rear deck that !swings up for easy access to the rear compartmentand
in our schools, Is to obtain the lege he can assume that the a fold down rear seat for extra cargo room. This is one of four Vega models. Vega's individual
best facilities, the entering freshmen know more stling will be continued for at least four )ears. Roomier and better handling than usual economy cars
very very than he does. Vega has ,domestic-built overhead to fill of
best textbooks, the best a new lightweight cam engine performance needs American
very drivers. It gives impressive fuel economy and low emissions. Among "firsts" in economy cars are tit I.. I
4 I Vega's power-flow interior ,ventilation comfortable molded foam scats and steel side-guard beams in i q t't' a.ti r Fy i -1i 1 ,
: the doors. Vega models goon sale in Chevrolet dealerships on Thursday, September 10. ,
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Fall Fertilizer - - - "



Buddy and up they pulled him.
FOR MISS HARRELL Bet he won't go near there z
: Gro-Tone Gro-Tone Miss Hilda Harrell. of Gainesville again. ,:cat or no cat. FICTIONThe Rr _
bride-elect of Robert Fus-
.: Weed & Feed PELLETS sell of Jacksonville,was honored PERSONALSMr. Hibbert Captive; The Gold Queen Trackers of Scots-- .; .
with a bridal shower Tuesday
: Delivered and Spread on Delivered and Spread on night, Aug. 4. at the Brooker and Mrs. Winston Kelly Hart-Davis The Coat-;-Charteris Interstate--; JourneyFor Deal;

: your lawn Your Lawn Civic Center. and family of Silver Springs were Joedel--Owen; Autumn Of
Guests were greeted at the visiting Mrs. Doris Kelly and A Hunter--Stadley Tell You

i FOR $1.00 FOR $:( .00 games door by were Mrs. Warren played Mizell under,and the family Tuesday. What I'll Do--Cecil;; The Drip-
An Affair
Dried --Temple; -
direction of Mrs. W.H. Hayes,
p.m'UAf Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nettles
S : PER HAC: Of The Heart Potts; Mal-
with Mrs. Eva Harrell winning
and family of Boynton Beach, Simenon
gret Hesitates-- ; Many
: ANn COST OF WEED AND COST OF the prize. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Crews and Deadly Returns--Moyes. pa
FFRTIr,17FRORTHO About 60 cruests were present, family of High Springs, Mr. and T' 5K
including the following out of Mrs. Wilbur Barry and family
town guests: Mrs. Vlrgie Barks- of Palatka, and Mr. and Mrs. ADULT NONFICTIONThe
I K 1 SALE dale, Mrs. E.C. Long,Mrs.Maurice Sam Crutchfield and family of Practical Handbook Of
Edwards, Mrs. M.F. Hazen Gainesville were visiting Mr. Painting And Wallpapering--
and Mrs. V.V. Hazen, all of and Mrs. Lloyd Barry last week- Schultz; Animal SensesBurton ...nlJtIr; ""' 1.-" e. t w I f. J' .,< r }
Starke; Miss Betty Brooker,Wal- end. ; Twentieth Century Interrelations -
: Buy One Bag $5.95 OR I HO do; Mrs. Jessie Chastain,Hampton Of The Nigger Of The Ll't.1 c.irdixv- electric dishwasher. Jo" those l piles

: 2nd Bag .01 LAWN ; Mrs. Myra Taylor, Mrs. Jackie and Branda Elmore of "Narclssus"--Palmer; Books ol ilirty Jishe.s fur While it washes d Jries Jishex.
- Janet Jackson Mrs. Elouise Apopka have returned to their That Changed America--Downs; you ; ; your
FORs.96Foon Ramsey, Worthington Springs, home after spending a week with Richard Henry Dana, Jr.--Gale; it \\ ill ilishniit"' nwl'liml' (fi.'r>oiidis muchis; \0 minutes
: 2 Mrs. Lubedla Beach, Mrs. Lin- Casey Atkinson.Mr. The Life Of Primates--Schultz: ;
J.iyl. h.inJsonto. hI ,
I !
S. da Beach, Mrs. J.C. Harrell, A Flock Of Lambs-.Terese. a 1 Keeps ytllr \\siter.; t too.AnJ <<
: Miss Anneta Andrews, and Mrs. and Mrs. Patrick Castlenof because, it I thoroughly, s.mitiese\er; )thiny.uilk.iji !:.

Sam Crutchfield, all of Gaines- Cussetta, Ga., l'eggyWilliams and Mrs. your (':lIl1ily l .ynre.iier protection. from yemis.To ,
ville. of Jacksonville, and Mr. JUVENILE FICTION
I ORTHO K 1 SALE Mrs. Warren Mizell, assisted David Clayton and family spent Brogeen Follows The Magic save. woik anti time mul( your! hand.!) follow these
by Mrs. M.O.' Harrell, poured last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Tune--Lynch; Mystery Of The
punch for the guests. Hostesses Leroy Stokes. Red Carnations--Jane;The Glass simple instructions: I II) Contact. your appli.lIKl.'lk'ak.'r,
: Buy 1 Gal. Ortho Grow .' $4.98 were Mrs. L.W. Barry, Mrs. Valentine--Hopkins; ManhattanIs 21, Ask him aKmt electric dishwashers.. f 'II..hllY"U u In'tlll'l'l..ju..t
B.E. Dyal, Mrs. L.R. Green Floyd Wiggins is a patient in Missing--Hildlck; The Wick-
: 2nd Gallon .01
match for tl.ii eleelectric.. ...
t no i
Mrs. Z.W. Hamilton Mrs. J.R. St. Luke's hospital in Jacksonville ed Pigeon Ladles In The Gar-
mmm mm f Williams, Mrs. M.O. Harrell, and Is now doing fine after den--Chase; Smith Of Wooten I
: 2 FOR,, $4.99 Mrs. W.H. Hayes, Mrs. Doris having major surgery.We Major Tolkien; Surprise Island 1=1=11.2
Kelly, and Mrs. W.B. Mizelle. --Wlllare; Cayuse Cour- -
The Harrell-Fussell wedding extend our sympathy to age--Lampman; Puzzlers For ..
S ORTHO !5% ORTHO INSRPTREPELLENT: will take place on August 22 the family of Mrs. Doris Love- Young Detectives--Franken.
in the St. Augustine Catholic lace who died last week. .
Chlordane Dusts ; Church, and all friends and relatives also to W.C. Stalnaker, and C.J.
are Invited to attend. Stalnaker whose father died last
69c AFROSU498 5 After the wedding the couple week in Ft. White. and to l
i ) i.n. DA(: .1 oz. will reside in Tallahassee where Mrs. Jim Temple In the loss
both are students aU'lorldaState of her father In Nebraska.

.-Bu1 University.Miss Harrell is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Douglasand SaleONLY
ORTHO qt. -
$5.98 of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Harrell, family and Mrs. Iva Doug- Pump
of Gainesville, and a former las spent last week vacationing.They .

:. ISOTOX -- Get $3.98 Sprayer S SI resident of Brooker. Douglas visited in Mr.Atlanta and,Mrs.and were toddle -

HOUND DOGS BEWARE! sightseeing In parts of Tenne-

i I F-R-E-E .. Seems as if you hunters In ssee and North Carolina.We .
the area should tell your dogsa
would like to enter a special -
few things-- one is about the
to whoever took the
GARDEN Sink Hole Brooker. Car- request
FLORIDA fans from the New River Baptist
Wheel Barrow rell Atkinson and his brother PLEASE 7 LEFT
I Church last week. -
'Pur Casey, were hunting bob cats
REG. $11.00 \ last week and lost a dog. They
oh, hot for the little
= Sale $8.99GARDEN ONTAOtS hunted the hound for a couple so very
- folks Sunday without the fans. .
: .I I. of days-- but no dog. Finally, if really need them, at least
they looked down in the sink
bring them back to the Churchon
hole and sure enough, ole Bud-
Sunday. OK?
Trasti Carts 539 t:. Call Street dy was there and couldn't climb
out, of course So the Atkinson PumpsREG.
: REG.$ 11.fO; Phone 964-5745<< brothers went back to Brookerand all
returned with Clyde CLASP ENVELOPES
Sale 8.99:
eo Green Jr. and Dick Andrews, .lies.- Bradford County Tele

..........................................r I I and then went down Into the graph.
Sink Hole, put a rope around ole


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; Ronald Thomas Housing Authority
Community Earns Degree At The Bradford County Housing

Valdosta State ; Thursday,
It i t e Au "roe.7130 p.m. In s :
Ronald Lee Thomas, Lake But /JL MJLQfM'i C& / iureroa
ler, was among 165 candidates
News J receiving degrees from Valdosta Mosquito control In Bradford otherwise, the logging machines Fogging uses Dibrom. mala- ...... Of Bhwrttf Sato
State College on August 16. County; has taken like a duckto cover the whole county, directIng ( thin and baytex. combined with Not Ic.* I I. hereby. : riven .&batr.:
P. Reddleh. Sheriff of Draa.
A I Thomas received a bachelor of water this summer a new the Insecticide toward clus- diesel oil and a sludge Inhibitor. for* County.: Florid*.-under and
science degree.It twist In the war against the ters of residences, and shutting Because the adult mosquito Is hir virtue of Writ of Bxeou*
Elizabeth Givens Walker
By tfon .
was the largest graduatingclass pest It oft through stretches", of woods killed when droplets land on Its :Execution: to Wit iHned out of
CHURCH ACTIVITIES choir serving. Thursday(tonight. In the history of Valdosta Two trucks and a boat are or unsettled spots. wings, fogging Is done at night Small Claim. Court of Bradford
GREATER BETHLEHEM FreeWill Prayer Meeting. State. now used for fogging, accord- This year, there has been a when mosquitoes are active. Cou tjr. .Florida pursuantto
a final Bud .m.nt for Ow i>
I Baptist Church Rev.Jasper PLEASANT GROVE United 1 Ing to County; Sanitarian Jack strain of Venezuelan encephalitis / Homeowners can also protect i' Pbllllpa Jr. and _aln.taou..tarJn..I.
Williams, pastor. Monday night Methodist Church,Rev.L.J.Per % Trawick residences, and from the fogging boat of lake found In south Florida. themselves, the Florida Department imee- : .defendant. 0 toieMWr, lathe
Choir No. I will reliearse. Tues- a has of Health says, by screen- with eoata of collection.Have .
kina pastor. Church School, 10 Last week she and her grand- Encephalitis viruses are carded
helped, he says. eelaed and have In my
homes removing anythingthat
Choir No. 2 and Us- Ing ; ;
day night, a.m. Afternoon service, 3 pjn dad went fishing In Arbuckle With only two fogging machines, by mosquitoes, who feed holds rainwater In areas VOBMeilOB. tbe following described -
hers Board night Prayer meet which will conclude services for M Lake, and Stephanie latched onto one Is taken from the truck and on rodents, chickens and birds homes keeping bird baths wit personal property: to
MeetIng. near :
Wednesday All members are asked t iz bass. She In turn, mosquitoes spread the ; .
the day. a three-pound was, set up on the boat when they and clean staying list 1 door model ILL eon
Thursday (tonight) the La- to please cooperate with activlles and still Is, so proud of her use It at lakes. This machine disease: to humans or other anus pools ; away fal'. ID No.. A 6 A14147oTitle
at the from swamps, or using a re No. Chevrolet
will meet (80915.
dies Circle of the church for success. catch that she wished her mals through their bite. So at
parents throws back 60( gallons an hour, Sedan;ITa.. No. 4SW1I09Ae
home of Mrs'.Allen.Friday night i'lans are In the making tor One That Didn'tGet could see It, so with a compared to the larger machine well as causing Irritation by ornsimsiThey also ( .1070)
Prayer Band will meet at Mrs. the annual King and Queen Day little help from her grandmothey bites, mosquitoes transmit dis A. the property of the afcova
that emits 120 hour
Saturday night Away gallons an recommend not attracting birds named defendant and that onTuesday
Louiza Linsey's.
celebration which will terminate Stephanie's fish was cleaned"and used In Starke, Lawtey, Brookerand feeding if home Is neara the *th day: of September -
the Women's Home Mission ladles ease.The by your 170 at twelve o'clock noon
August 30.( Watch the paper for wrapped, and placed In the
will be selling In the kit Eight-year-old Stephanie Par- Hampton. Florida Department ox swamp. en Mid day: on the premise of
further information. rish, of Maxville, ran Into some- deep freeze. Much of the 325 miles of highways Health conducts research Into the Bradford County: Jail Iwill
chen.Beginning Sunday, Aug. 23, at GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL thing she considered quite a prob- Now, with everything worked and roads throughout the disease-carrying Insects and the hlfreet offer for sale for and each aeU In to
8 a.m. the men of the church AME Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins lem last week. She is the daugh- out, she can: proudly display her county are covered each week bymosquito works with local mosquito con- The rammer is moving band. the a bidder described pray_
will serve breadfast to families pastor. Services will begin with ter of Mr. and Mrs. William prize to her dad and tell him control units. trol districts. Spraying breed- right along. Already the frt,the or said aforeeald defendant Execution.: to t-
for a donation. The menu Sunday School at 10( a.m. Morn Parrish of Maxville, and has the story about the fish thatdidn't "We stay off US-30I and SR- Ing places fogging to kill the guide at Perch Paradise are Reddl.h
will consist of grits, eggs, bacon ing service at 11. Choir Union been staying with her grandpa- get away. Until then 100," Trawick says, "becauseof adult mosquito, and elimination telling lie fishermen they P. D. Reddish Sheriff Florida
toast, butter, Jelly, coffee will be held at Hope Well LaCrosse rents, Mr. and Mrs. Winton Par- dad, here Is a picture for you danger of accidents, by re- of breeding places are controls should have been there tot Bradford County. .-11 vt V*,
or tea. Members and friends All members are askedto rich, of Avon Park. and mom. quest of the highway patrol." used. week. -
are Invited to cooperate with please cooperate with this
activity. Evening service, 6p.m.
this activity.
Sunday School will begin for The Youth Day activity was a .
the day at 9:30 for Sunday. success. Winner of the contest SAVE r
Morning service, 11 a.m. Evening that was staged last Sunday war ev
service, 6 p.m. All mem- Miss Maryland Lee, who won
bers and friends Invited to at- the Cassette tape recorder. k
The State Tri-Convention Is
tend.MT. in session In Jacksonville, 10-14. I.1-.
FISGAH AME Church Rev. ; ; UP TO D"couNn s7oREs
George Young, pastor. Service The delegates for the conventionare '
schedule as follows: Sunday Audrey Griffin, Juanita Grif- ; Sar re LOWER BITTER
School, 10 a.m. Presiding Elder fin, Henry Morris, Jr., andShlr- ', ; PRICES QUAUTYr
C.E. Toston will be present at lie Cohens. Jr NOR! rG
11 a.m. to hold the third Quar- The Missionary service will G ; t/sr/kcTt/
terly Conference. All membersand be held Sunday, August 30, at WE'RE CUTTING PRICES FOR BACK TO SCHOOL V* r r + rr
frelnds are asked to pleasebe Mt, Zion AME Church, Lawtey,
present. The Talfar Gospel at 11 a.m. All members are > DISCOUNT STORES
Singers will render a program asked to please cooperate with PLUS AUGUST SAVINGS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Sunday night at 8 p.m. The public this activity.
Is Invited to attend. SCHOOL ACTIVITYThe
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sun- be held Thursday, Aug. 13, at
day School. 9:45.: Morning ser 7:30: In the Cafeteria of Starke GIRLS GIRLS'ACRYLIC ,
vice at 10:45 with Senior ChoirIn Elementary School. All parent I velocity High I I, eeasy SENTRY DOG VESTS LADIES
charge of song service. Night are Invited to attend. The pro- 5 element A$ RAINCOATS l NYLON SHELLS
service at 7 with the senior gram will close August 14. blades COLLARS YOU
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Notice In hereby given that I
301DRIVEIN .1N LAW TEY H1 P. D. Beddlsh. Sheriff of Brad.
ford County. Florida under and
by virtue of Writ of Uscutlon
RETREAT CAMP By Exsa Bbuachard to Execution wit: Issued out of Circuit !
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur CasMns Mrs. Wayne Clemons of Court Duval County. FlorIda Elect A Businessman
were hosts to the MYF retreat Gainesville and Mrs. Cary Smith pursuant to a final Judge..
camp at their home on Mirror and daughter were visiting Mr. tnent Union for a Florida Florida. Teloo Corporation -.
Lake Tuesday. T.V. Duck was In Savannah and Mrs. D.A. Jones and Douglas and .....alnat Allen J. Lewis, .de* :
Show Begins At Sundown week. They spent about tluee tendant. In the amount of $ .n- To Do A Businessman's Job
hours In Devotionals Ga. on Thursday of last on Sunday. 0.04 together with ooot of
and a group week where she attended the Sherron Strickland of Miami '
THUKS.. FRf.. SAT discussion led 'Have' .eelaed and have. In my
by Miss Sherron
funeral of her uncle Walter M. spent the week with Mr. and 'TK>eeiiialoni. the followln
AUG. 13, 14, 15 Strickland youth worker of Ml. Cook, and was overnight guestof Mrs. R.E. Lee. orlbed personal to.whit: '7'
ami. They enjoyed swimming 1965 Pontlao -D114551 fan E Vote For .
Double Feature Program and siding his daughter Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs.W.F.Moore spent ID No. 262 898 ,,
during recess. Green. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Aa the property of the above,, I
Those attending were Mrs.Eu- Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green and S.B. Andrews In Wlldwood. framed defendant and that on
Slit of AuBuat. 1970
SHE the
CAME TO gene Starling Monday
Debbie Ricky and
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Crawford twelve o'clock noon on Mid
SIT WITH BABY.., Tammie; Rev. and Mrs. Don spent their vacation Mrs. Curtis Coldlng and Mrs. at "" S offordCountyrJail the erOot EDDIE
AND WENT AWAY Denton, Tommle Tod and Tracy visiting Maggie Carter of Plant City; are I will
points of Interest In North Car- ale and sell to the highest bidder
WITH CACDYIEmD : ; Dean Norman and Dale Tray olina and Virginia. On their visiting Mrs. D.R. Redding this for cash In hand the above '
lor; Mike and Wayne Waln way week... deecrltxd property of said. de.
home tttey visited relatives In ...- fondant to satisfy the Aforesaid -
Wright;; Debbie and Sheri Napier Albany Ga.Lamar Execution.
; Pam Tye Brenda Carter I. TIle Otrevlt Co_rt. P. D. Redd"h.
Priest and Chuck Nor- )t."eta Jnafelnl Circuit *. Sheriff
Teresa, Randy and Mike P. D. ALLEn
Gas. ton I. And For Bradford C.Mtr. FlorIda
% WITH TOE were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bradford dna! Mrs. 537Ia
; ; Denton's brother and Jon Morris In Alabama last Florida.Acttoa 816 "
sister George and Bettte Fa- far Divorce -
BABYSITIIR and on their way home they spent <<<;a.. No.Prlncwi. ELMS.nd1e1s1 4
gan, of Boynton Beach and Rod. The Clrealt Court.
fl Saturday night at Panama Beach. Lee Prldxren. Plum- 1. And; FerBradlurd
ney Body youth worker of Plant dirt .vs- Emmett Frldgen D.-> .
COLOR by DELUXE 4 a.r.Mwns.Mo Mrs. Harold Eunice and Mrs fendant.In cou; ty. ''>
City. Joyce Futch visited Mrs. Har- The Nun Of The StAte Of "... 1\10. Brookins 140 and KrarUcBrSokln. FOR

CHURCH SCHEDULES ry Taylor In Mlddleburg on Fri- FloridaTO: Defendant In the above. .. her husband.
Grace United Methodist Sun- styled' caua. tilt*. ve Early U. Thomas 1
: day.Jan .... .
Innis M'IAM EMMETT PRIDOEN. whose re- Defendants.Notice1'
day School 9:45 a.m.. Worship Wainwright is spending this Idence l>: '" Sale that COUNTY COMMISSIONER
PLUS services 11 a.m., Choir prac- week with grandmother,Mrs. 1700 M West JefOarion Boule. I. herebY given
tice Wednesday 7 p.m. and MYF T.L Wainwright and visiting Los yard I\If"lea. California 90018 under 4sr for and DSalerenteredtthereinby :.
8 p.m. WSCS Church other relatives. You are hereby notified that the Honorable Uuorse July DISTKICT BOUNTY-AT-LARGE
Tuesday tofflast Mrs. F.M. Redd of Macon cult for divorce of the marriage Patten Clrclalt JudK" on styled
evening -
week. between you and the Plaintiff.. U. 1970, In the auove
JSII"W..I First Baptist: Sunday School Ga. Is spending a few days with Princes Lee Prld< 9:45 a.m.."Worship services U Mrs. O.J. Phillips. filed I against you, a. Defendant, outcry to the hllll.e.1 the --trol1t QUALIFIED .
by; Prlncta I '* Leo Prldcen a>
doorerof allr.ndtord Cou..l)
a.m. and 8 p.m., Training Un- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Duckof Plaintiff In the above-Btyled the 1NotidS,
/: ion, 7 p.m. Midweek services Miami were visiting Mr. and Court and oauae and you are required :urt ou:3..y. the Starke 24th day tohoursstof
{, Wednesday 8 p.m. Mrs. T.V.Duck through the week- .newer to to the file Complaint your defense, ax fits or 1100 between 1:00 the
\ Church of God: Sunday School therein with the Clerk of the : A. M. and le".1.ate. who will devote much
y end.Mrs. Bradford the.ame being the An independent business man as
elt1& 10 Marian Hall of Jackson- Circuit Court In and for P.M. hours
; a.m.. Worship services 11 CountyCourthoese. Starke.Florida day and the legal
A a.m. and 7:30 p.m., YFE Thurs- ville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. 38091. and. serve a copy of sale, ; all c.fthhee: right parties title to time as necessary to get the most for your tax dollar.
O.J. Anders thereof upon Plaintiff a attor. and Intereat
day 7:30: this week. fDUOWlug
p.m.Highland ney.. Barton T. Douglas P O.Drawer this Suit, In and to the
Baptist:Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Grlffls 1M8. 10S North Main described real estate In Brad-situate. Eddie Allen has a sincere desire to serve you as your County Commissioner -
IMIIIJT11R'YIIIC < 9:45 a.m., Worship services 11 and family of Palatka were Sunday Street. Qalneavllle. Fla. 3S601 lying and being to-wit:
r Florida. All the of Bradford County, Fair.
10. 1970 ford COlanty. and will people
on or before September I, serve
a.m. and 7:30p.m.;Prayer meeting visitors of Mrs. Nell Wilkinson and. If you fall to do ao a.Default SW of NW%. of Section II
W1 Wednesday 7:30p.m.followed Mrs. Daisy Boch and Judgment will be taken Township II Soutb. Range Impartially and Capably.
Lynn. Mralnst you for the relief de. East.
by choir together
practice. Complaint and The said property
manded In the
thereafter exparte.Bald. cause shall proceed with all the and tenomenle appurtenancesthereto hersdlm.nts I Humbly Ask For Your Vote and Support

WITNESS my hand and eaj belonging: or.ln.anil
STN..MON..TUF. of raid Court this 3rd day ofAuguet. win appertaining: as i 8th
A. D. 1970. at SUirke.r sold In order to effect a partItion September
AUG. 16, 18 FLORIDA THEATRE 8'lorlda.LNMAN. ot the rights and this Interests suit
> GREEN parties
Aa Clerk of the Circuit tnerefn. All of the parties
Double e Prgram STARKE, FLA. Court.En; and. For Bradford County thl'e suit as may well b.a.bidders allY other at '(Pd. Pol. Aa,., for This I Shall Always Be Grateful

ADMISSION M.OO ByrlBeulah. M. Moody Interested Inman. dDII'I'''Ureen.; Clerk of > > > >* >.> > > >* > > > > > > > > > >

As Deputy Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford Coun-

...for those > FRIDAY-SATURDAY AUGUST 14-15 ' g2T ' M. MoodY.7-30 u 140

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JOHNS J you 1. Educational consider the background.following about all of us: LB'BAG .58FHI5M < 146oZ CANS 4/$1 ,I Sh.rf.nii 8" SIZE;Only 49 C 1

FOR 2. Ability to perform the duties of office..
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!. Experience in dealing with the public. PASCALCELERY GREENCABBAGE CHARCOALBRIQUETS _

After investigating all of the candidates you must BANANAS .coo. ROLLS : 11IJ K"

make a decision to vote for the one you feel will do the IAKCI 20 ftft 2/29

beat job.

I sincerely desire to serve as your clerk and

pledge myself to energetically ,perform the duties of GET SET BOTTLE GLEEM II IOZIN S1KI*

the office fairly and honestly.I HAIR SPRAY OF 100ASPIRIN TOOTHPASTE STRAW

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Sunday School Gospel Sing Services, Held ';J."> .'",":"'. < ,. ::..
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For CampersAt Set For ,Mrs. Deavers :&)H'1: ''' f '
SaturdayAt ,:d.j: : :' G O <. .' ,. :
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k Something new Is being tried Gospel Sing Is scheduled Mrs. Mildred Blrt Deavers. :!
this summer by the Kingsley Lake Saturday. Au,. 15. at 7:30 p.m. 54. died Monday Aug. 3. In
Baptist Church In cooperation at the Pine Valley Congregational Norfolk, Va. A native of Ala-
with the Home Mission Department Holiness Church. chua County; she resided In -
of the Florida Baptist Con- Sponsored by the Gospel Mes- Hampton before moving to Nor- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

vention. The church sponsorIng sengers, the sings will be held folk 20 years ago. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.MornIng -
a "Campers Sunday School"at each. month Surviving Is her husband, Ol- LATTER DAY SAINTS 125,Northwestof Law- BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11 a.m. Youth
the Intersection of Highways Pine Valley Church Is located lie G. Deavers Norfolk; one son, 1404 E. Bessent Road Highway Morn- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Practice -
IS and 230 on the east side of off US-301 north of Starke down Donald Johnson, with the armed SundayPriesthood 8:30 toy.Worship Sunday 11115.1Sunday. Night Morning Worship and Communion ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening Wednesday 8 p.m.
Beach, just outside forces In Thailand three a.m. Ing Service, U a.m. Evening ser- Worship, 7:30: p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert
New Kingsley the gravel road by Bradford ; daughters School Wednesday ; D. Burch
10 Sacra-
Sunday a.m. 7:30 p.m. ,
Service, : vices, 6.Wednesday
the Mrs. Martha Adams Belleville Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday.
gates. Furniture Corp.Everyone 7:30 p.m.Rev.. CHURCH
ment, 6 p.m. Meeting service GRACE BAPTIST
Is held Prayer -Rev. J.C. Saunders. pastor.
The assembly area EL, and Misses Betty and
after Is Invited to attend. MondaMIa 7:30 p.m. Albert Knight: pastor. 7 P.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway S-100 A, Starke (Grlf-
under a large canvas top, Frances Deavers, Norfolk; her 4:30
which those attending dis- mother and stepfather, Mr and WednesdayRelief TuesdaPrimary Society pjn. PINE LEVEL BAPI'lSTSU1day MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL fis Loop). 10 Morning
perse to classes on the grass Mrs. Rudolph DeWaters Hampton School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday Sunday School a.m.
7:30 Union
under the trees. Rev. RobertL. Long Bridge Church ; two brothers, Eugene Birt, : p.m.Jesse D. Branson Branch Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Pro- IIs101PI0111: CHRISTIAN CHURCHSunday School, 11 a.m. Morning Wor- Worship at 11. Training, 7:30.,
West, pastor of the church, Hampton, and Albert Blrt St. President. Services (Booster Band, Young School 10 a.m. Morn- ship, 6 p.m. Training Union 7 6:30.: Evening Wed-:
states that this Is a new exper- Revival Set Aug. 16A Petersburg; and five grandchild People, and Prayer Service), 6 ing Worship, 11 a.m. Evening p.m. Evening'Worship. Mid-week Prayer Meeting. Don, R.
section of the Worship, -James Shaw nesday, 7:30.Rev.
ience for this ren.Funeral JORDAN MISSIONARY pjn. Evening Worship 7 p.m. pas- Wednesday7:30: Prayer Ser- Pastor.
country but has proven very successful revival Is scheduled at Long services were held BAPTIST MISSION Midweek Service. Wednesday. tor. vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday Drawdy.
In other areas. Bridge Baptist Church beginning at U a.m. Saturday at the De- U.S. 301 North, behind Tastes 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland, night-1 p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
"We have become a nationon Witt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. School 9:30 Training
August and running through Freez Drive In, Sunday Pastor. Sunday : ;
wheels, and move about rapidly Lacy Conway Inter- BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
officiating. Morning Wor-
August 22. School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Union : a.m.;
," the pastor said. "Thereare ment In Santa Fe BROOKER, FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH
was Cemetery. Evening Worship
Song services will begin at ship II am.
vice 11 and 7 ;
a.m. p.m. School 9:45
thousands of people who camp Rev. Jim Temple pastor Sun-' Sunday : a.m.;
out each summer at the lake 7:30: with preaching scheduled Henry Tomlinson Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- HOE BAPTIST.CHURCH: day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bris- Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- 7:30 pjn.; Prayer Meeting 7:30:
night at 8 p.m. Rev. Wil- 100 at Theressa) Wednesday
(Highway tol, ning Worship, 7p.m. Wed.Prayer -
informal Superintendent ;
and need an convenient day.Leroy Training
place to worship. Many of *lard the J. Lane, Gainesville will Services Held Olive' pastor. E.L. Sunday School- 10 a.m:, Morn- Union, 6:45 p.m. Lowgfl 1 Doug Meeting and Bible Study 7 Pastor, Rev Robert West.

these young people need to be je evangelist. Griffls. associate pastor. Ing Worship- a.m.; Training las, Director. Worship Services, p.m. Study on Book nf Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
In Sunday School, and this Is Henry Tomllnson, 53,died sud- Union6:30: p.m.; Evening.Wor 11 a.m. 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
one way they can be reached.'' denly Sunday morning a hIs homeon DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ship7:15 p.m.Wednesday music director. Welcome. .. ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training
allowedbut 2 Brooker Road. A
No bathing suits are Route ,
Union, 7 Evening Worship
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wore vices7:30 Rev. Merle
youngsters are encourages native of Alachua County; he p.m.
8 Wednesday night service
to come barefooted and In sports We wish to express our sin- had lived In Bradford County;; ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Packham pastor.GRAHAM HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30: p.m.p.m. Everyone welcome.
clothes, If desired. cere appreciation to each one most of his life, and was em- p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School, -L.L. Parker pastor
"These young people must be who was so kind to us duringthe ployed as an equipment opera- JBV. Lacy Conway pastor. Sunday School 945am.: Morn- 9:45 ajn. Morning Worship,10:45:
reached and this Is one way loss of our son, Odus Brown. tor by the DuPont Company He BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship 11. Training Union, ajn. Evening Service, 7:15 P.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
of going after them." Rev. West For the beautiful floral offerings was a member of the First CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- 6:30: p.m. Evening Service( 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
says. "If there Is one convert, the food and all the other Christian Church. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. ing Worship, U a.m. and 7 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service, 7:30.: p.m. ing Worship 11. Training Union,
all the effort will be worthwhile." things that were done, words Surviving Is his wife, Maggie Sunday School. 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30. Evening Worship 7:30.:
All denominations are welcome cannot express our Thanks to Sweat Tomlinson; four sons Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.
as well as all Refreshments you. Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Wynn Marklee Tomlinson, Richmond -Rev. Y.W Kidd. pastor. ---- .
ages. ----- ------------------- ---------
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are served at the & Family. Va.; Franklin, of Albuquerque ,
close of the Sunday School hour. N.M.; Marin, of Gainesville; and
The campers Sunday School James Tomlinson, Starke; one FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ,
time Is 9:30: to 10:30: a.m. CARD OF THANKS daughter, Miss Sandra Tomlin- Ralford Road and W. WeldonSt. I
son, Starke; three brothers Shep Sunday School 10 a.m. CA. The RESPECTED WORD I
President Nixon moves to May we use this method to extend and Roy Tomlinson, Starke. and Service 11 a.m. Evangelist Service I :
get more publicity for Inflation to our neighbors and many Harral Tomlinson, Jacksonville 7 p.m. Mid-week service, I
although some word of it friends the most sincere and two sisters, Mrs. Ella Sweat; Wednesday, 7 p.m.Ralph G. I The" bible I- ii lunik trmixlulril I into mvrykiinun .
already has leaked out. deepest appreciation for the kind and Mrs.Virginia McKinney both Kirkland pastor. liiniriuiK'C. It in the nurd shut men

deeds, flowers, and sympathy of Starke; and three grandchild- I havt- died, for In iinler I hut it mny I Lto "\ t
GLASSFOR shown us during our bereavementat able to< nil min It IK the textlxxik, for Owl'
the loss of our beloved wife ren.Funeral services were held at SMYRNA MISSIONARY I |peaide.The .
and mother.--slgned)J.D.Dlggs
2 Tuesday
and family. Christian Church with J.C.Brown 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- bible itxrlf. i I.. not worshipped| | I. but li* .
and J.E. Sherwood ministers of- vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. I .. .
resetted I. for it IN I the tnrnf Owl and" hiiflatloiirthip I
ficiating. Interment was In Santa Preaching, 11 a.m. Training
FOR EVERY PURPOSE Fe Cemetery with DeWitt C. Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- / to num. It U mart guide for I
KINGSLEY FIRE Jones Funeral Home In charge. ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. unrthip and diulIIXJIIK..
SHEA'SGLASS] DEPT TO MEET -Elder A.G. Flynn, pastor I Ir
a Attend church leimlarh. CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS
CO. The Kingsley Lake Volunteer ABSENTEE READY TO BALLOTS VOTE CHURCH I I e Cud', will hi jour li1,.. I
Fire Department will meet tonight -
372.4315372.4153 (Thursday) at 7:30 in the ing Sunday Worship School 11 a.m.9:45 a.m.Youth Morn-Ser- 'I.unit Inr Hit 1..i.4.' oil.nal! 'ilnlh' .ii-uit, .11.,1 i iiu

1313 N.W. 4th Elec.Gelnesvlll. 'voting precinct building. All Supervisor of Elections Neva vice 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship hi* u'nrd. / ttn I''bran, ."
members and prospective mem- Flynn announces that Absentee 7. ,
bers are Invited to attend. Ballots are ready for the September p.m.Thursday night Prayer Meet I I
8 primary and may be voted 7:30 the Church is God's appointed agency in Ihs, world,
by applying at her office In the Ivy p.m.Luke PastorNORTHSIDE I for spreading the knowledge of His' love for man and .
courthouse. of Hit demand for man to respond to thai love by
Pine Valley Congregational BAPTIST loving hit' neighbor Without, thil' grounding, .rn the .
CHURCH love of God no government or society' or way of I lift,'
Sunday Morning Worship, :, will, long persevere and the freedoms which' we holdso ,
Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- dear will, inevitably perish Therefore even from .
Holiness Church ning Worship, 6 Training
.N selfish of .
a point view' one should support the Chur.i:
I for the sake of the welfare of himself, and hit family .
Located off 301 Down Gravel Road By ThursdayTeachers and Officers I
Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer Beyond that how.YI.yery person should upholdand
Bradford Furniture Corp.-Starke Fla. Meeting 7:30.Edward participate in the (Church because it tells the truth

C. Harvey pastor. about mane life, death and destiny; the tpith.. which, I
Saturday Night I alone will set him free, to live, as a child of Cod

7:30Sponsored Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd I
Sundays, II a.m. Morning Prayer -
2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m. \\NT1itI' I
--John M. Flynn, Rector.
FeaturedPerformers An entirely new
The Gospel translation in the :

language of today. LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH .. .

Messengers Will Be Standard Editionin Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; .
one volume Morning Worship, 11 I\ m.; evening : o
PresentThese The Old and New \ WorshIp 7:30: p.eer4! Mid- I
Testaments $8.95 .week Bible Study, Wednesday, URpiIN
With the Apocrypha 7:30: p.m.
$995 Be In church Sunday.
Sings will be Held WE HAVE COPIES Rev. W. B. Mercer, pastor : 11I1111 I
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Each Month. 9 C. Atf* & *
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7 Everyone Invited I Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday

Starke, Florida 32091 School, 9:30; Morning Worship WILLIAMS STARKE BUILDERS
II; Luague 4 p.m. Night Service, BRADFORD
6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams JEWELRY SUPPLIES
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Better Service For Your
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There's I STARKE Title Problems
School..45; Mondns and Sporting Goods
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onething worth MYF 6 142 W. Call St. Starke
E t saving tm1t@ fitwtw "Check
:; Wednesday Prayer Meeting Phone 964.7064 Title Insurance Us First"

@ money for: rm: 7:30Th.ursdayCancel. Choir Rehearsal 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 219 Washington St. 964.5270

7:30. STARKE "66"

Edwards Ph. 964.7231 SERVICEAND
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Tire Tru-ing
Vff;&; STARKE Headlight Adjusting \\ U-HAUL RENTALSTruck

m Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning Brake Service .,,- ;,;vJ
Worship at 11; sermon, "Christand r --.
Him Crucified." YWA Immediately Wheel Balance and p Trailer

after Morning Wor- Complete Lubrication
ship. Nominating Committee Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111
Im Meeting 5:30: p.m. Training Un- Minor Tune-Ups
ion, 6:15: ; Evening Worship, 7:30: ; PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
sermon "Restore Unto Me the 1011 N. Temple Avenue
Joy of Thy Salvation." AU Minor Repairs 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE

i Monday--Tuesday--Youth Junior Choir Summer, 7 pjn.Mu- 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100 PHONE 964.5899

I sic Program. 2 p.m. tlO S. Temple Starke
WednesdayFamily Night ,BRADFORD COUNTY

i i1iij' ij You have a good reason for saving. You. Your security. 1! Supper RA Meeting 6 p.m., 6:30 Prayer; Teachers 7:15 Meeting Church and TELEGRAPHOFFICE FLORIDA

:::?; : The down payment on your new home. Your future. :::::::: Officers Meeting : ; .
m::f: A college education for your children. Interest rates :::::::: Choir Practice. 8:15. 7 SUPPLIES EDWARDSGrocery EST
1:::::1: on savings are up. Give yourself a break. Open a savings 1i:::: Thursday-- Visitation p.m. TYPEWRITER

:::::: account here today. Pay yourself first by putting a :::::::: __ W. A. Hogan, Pastor. and Market ONTROLA
::1 1::::1 'little something into a savings account every payday. ::11;:::1 ADDING MACHINES

Groceries Meats Feed JfUIIr1l; a.
SMS. Take tM drudgery out
Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning of paper work_ Jack and Gladys Edwards
539 E. Call St.
Worship, 11; Traln1ngUnion. 6:15: ; ,
WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Eve- IBOAL FORMS.FAYKOIA U. S. 301 South Starke Phone 934-5745 for
m fling.Worship. 7:30. FREE

m AT STARKE :, tice Monday, 7 p.m._ Youth Choir Prac- ENVSLOriS PHONE 964.5312 Inspections and Estimates

i m WednesdayJunior Choir .

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Practice, 5:45: ; Family Night Sup CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
ill per. 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting, 7:30;
Church Choir Practice, 8:30.: Owned By Those We Sere In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties
"Helping Our Members\
Qpe, of 30 Banks the Florida National Group i:; Live Better
;i -Denton Sumrall. Pastor. Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911
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HAMPTON 17 Mn.] D. x. am 41 SAVE 4t


Friday Is the last day of the
six-week summer program at
Hampton Elementary School,witha
three week break before tail I

:year's Monday.classes Principal"We're program start well-pleased Lennard reading September which Register and with baa 8.math emphasized said this"- L S I _______________________

The average morning emolument OD STOa
bas been 35, and 45 during
the afternoon session. Afternoon

been students taking Include( swimming some during who have the Won't miss this Offer! s r PRICES GOOD THRU AUG. 19

morning and some of the same
ones who have been In morning TENDER SMOKEDHAMS
academic classes. Swimming .
students have averaged 15 to 18 GJi'a'11asia (9'rJ'la
dally Mr. Register said. Withan
extra ten days this summer's
program has been experimental GOODTHRUAUG.19FEATURED
and progress reports and eva- "PIECE-A-WEEK"
luations must be sent to the state
department of education which 3
funded the 30-day session Infour
counties: Bradford Clay Collier SAUCER
and Bade.Although .
students have not been
required to attend any classes, r \ FULL SHANK WHOLE
they have been required to do ONLY 39 <
the work if they do attend, Mr. \ : HALfc 12-17
Register said. Former summer j. "" .
programs have emphasized arts LB. AVG.PURCHASE LB.
and crafts and free time for \\ WITH A 3.00 -- ... .


before Teachers pre-planning have a 10-day sessions break Steaks $159 2'/'LB$199 Steakettes $
) 2 ))99
start August 24. The faculty; at : . LB. Sausage . PKG. lBS.


Jean fall as Clark this,summer who will, plus teach Mrs.a GOODTHAUG. w'"'" Spare Ribs LB 69c Roast . IBW.D > $119) SteakFRESH LB. 99c
education class
special half time, scou p .0019'r RCNAEOF PRK.
half days each week. '' TWO9"LUNCHEON Cheese CU.
69c Broil $1"
1 RoastCHEK 69c
.. . LB . IB.
Becky Young, 3-year-old /1''
Young, was taken to the UF
Medical Center in Gainesville $1.00 VALUE" FLAKES
badly burned Saturday after an WITH
accident at the Young home near $2.49 COUPON

Hampton. A can of gasoline caught \W "l SOFT
fire while Mr. Young was work- e. p r V, r.r PKG.28c
Ing on his car, and apparently IC
Becky ran from behind the car
and Into it as her father threw
the flaming can away from him.
The burns were estimated to be GCOD THRU AUG.19

over 90%of her body. This coupon worth 61.00 ruRCN b,

Mrs. Mary Carter and Kay, WDBRANDU.S. '
and Mrs. Maxine Harbin and two DISHES 1
children of Plant City; were week
end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. 12.49 PRICE ; 22-oz. 48 CHOICE E-Z CARVE RIB
Nelson Carter. 1

Mrs. Thelma Middleton of Ocala $1 00 VALUE COUPON limit 13 W/$3./ Order Encluding Cigar."..
spent Monday and Tuesdaylast i WITH BTL ROAST
week here" with her aunt, $149 COUPON
Mra. T.F. Brown. !'
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatcherof
Middleburg are the parents
of a son, Robert Brian born "OVENREADY" ,

Springs Saturday,Hospital.Aug. 8, at Mrs.Green Hatcher Coy P PILLSBURY Plain or S.R. Prestige Bread 2 LOAVES 20-01. 59c 1 '

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buns . 2 BPK.PKGS... 39' '
Cox of for-
Orange Park FLOUR U
mer Hampton residents. t DIXIE DARLING
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Bran- Strudel BPK. 49'
nen and Mrs. T.F. Brown visited :
LimiOne W/S3./ Order Excluding Cigar.nn
Mrs. Brannen's uncle in Al- THRIFTY MAID PINE. 12-0%.

achua Rev.Sunday.Jimmy Hickle of Shiloh 5LB.BAG. Apple Juice 4 CANS $100 15 CANSTHRifTY

Youth Ranch at Vero Beach will
be at MAID TOMATO ORVegetable
guest speaker Hampton
Baptist Church agafn"this'Suo- Soup 10 1 CANS",:. $100
day while the pastor Rev. Mel-
Mrs. Bill Hall of Gainesville, Gatorade 3 32-01. $100
and Mrs. Edith Farris of Ocala: ao"l.
spent Saturday afternoon here THRIFTY MAID
with Mrs. Gertrude Slade. Mrs. Cocktail No.'D' $100 Applesauce 6 No.CANS20o.303 $ |00
Slade was in Alachua General . CANS -
Hospital Monday through Wed- J THRIFTY MAIDCatsup
nesday last week to have the .. $100
cast removed from her leg. Detergent . .GIANT- 68C V I . . .4 CANS |


I 110ft.Carl Hwrat.ow' B Mayor LtCFloa of' the! Bleach . ft: 29c Limit One Coll..of'Choice W/J3.Ofd.r Eoluding Pork & Beans 5 No.CANS 1'/' $100

City of Stare Florid by vlr SUPERIOR STEMS&PCS)
An. of the authority *_.* Inn TROPICAL STRAW 1-LB. _
by l I...... do hersbr call a 2 Mushrooms 4 $100
riril Primary Election to b. Berry Preserves :v 39c CAN . CANSVANITY
fetid at U. Fire st&tton. In the 59c
.foronJd City by qualified. FAIR PRINT IB. THRIFTY MAID CS OR WK

*..otr. 1170 on A. !TUMday.>.. for th 8. ptmb"III'II.. J JUMBO Gold Corn 6 No. 303 $100

04 rv.Group 1 OM Councilman THRIFTY' MAID EVAP.

for two i"- Couicll_ Quantity R... .d
Group On. n Milk I Rights/ rw
Groupy 0... C01lull'-:
or two '.. .. SPECIALS
D.p.etore For Said BlMtlomtitm. :
PSaay ShmllwMm.
Ifrrtle pnnlMr V5NERIPE
Oarl MitthvMMr
*. Jo Ella Hafdr
Mr a. Ernwtln OcmnarkMr PIESFfflKN CANTALOUPES
Mtrrlll B.M Struth Burn.
E.111 Tanly.HolI.nelMr. I Br. QO BORDEN HEATH
.. EJla Ma. Cfcartaln 6PK.
In tMtlmony aubocrlb lIam.Th.r.unto Bars . 39c
of th. aald
and eauM
town to b. tiwounto affl4thl. 1 29 ROMAN SAUSAGE,CHEESE OR PEPPERONI
tho Ith Day of a. tmCITY ]
b., A. D.. 11100 ( Pizza "z 69'BYRON'S
Carl' Hunt
.Au..t, llel'1'111 1 dwd. 26'01, $ 12'h,01.
Bar-B-Que 99C
CLmlUC. 1.11 4t LIor . SIZE -


1I0T1C111 FOR 1_. I5 TAX 4.1 APPIICATIOH;'..DICED.F.' S.Kotlc . 6 CANS 99'99c Potatoes 5 a'SAG: 79C

l la hsrebyJtlvm that LIBBY

..D..tUlcat.ertltleat., hjss for. ha.fsrzm a'.tan.f rid deed old" to o.r b.. FOR Lemonade. 9 CANS16o-Of. Waffles EGGO 4 ;13.I.$100TASTE : ;: Peaches! 6 *1VIMI

.roon. The c.rtlflat Tomatoes .
ySSSSni of l..uaac4h. Of SEA FISH DIXIE WHIP L
:* ...criptlon: of the ",_1:7.: &0 M *NrM
'' ? nam_ In whlob U wNCrw Sticks. 59c 39C Corn 1Oc" 69C
.pj d are o.aa 101 Io3klw.Tr: rill I.. PKG. Topping c IN.
D.crlptlon of PJoopert1' BEG .A.'r

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All of prop.rty. b.l"atMM+ .1 EX.-rAA.I' .!. MOWDStAMOPUM 1 H O*MOM U'OI CHOICI .i ;:1 14 Of CUAIMITTO'AIMS" [ rwo"9. rlat i
Br.ddord .
qC .
the County : : IIXOMIII1S : + W MAND : : + .0 :
*'V .ct.such certified CC' eerttneat. .. OnNd SNP ...>( I't 2/ ,.,k.y' '1..1.Ch.... i I't 2/ Twin hp i
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houw. door IIkleleI'OD ' Inel tb.Monday Court EXTRAEXTRA;: ;' .EXTRA EXTRA ;: :' -EXTRA. :
wYla M inn lIILA.....a 8 PGtam. d7(..22t STAMPS : d1( GREEN STAMPS tIIIIJ; dT(.GREEN. .STAMPS.r-Yw : I f zt./ GREEN STAMPS : I I !:!. :: ?dY!. GREEN STAMPS- :
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11th day .
Date : CANSS"CI .
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Timber Deed

--- I ( No Be AlcoholTo Sold Given Final

r KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE JIl On Election DayThe Council O. K.

\ ..
Clay County Sheriff's Department of the
-- -- - F Legal aspects airport
has received numerous timber lease and Southern Rail
n, T Miss Kingsbury calls regarding the sale of way's right to construction without -

Il d ae iiiiitI\ Is EngagedTo alcholic are open beverages on election while days.the polls / cause a city for building a special permit meeting were of

rKeYst Sheriff Jennings Murrhee has the Keystone Heights city council :
r r Mr. Williams l
i JV MM 1 contacted the legal section of the f. Thursday Au<<. 6.
r 1\ ; I Florida Beverage Division in
'** -,13.4 t Tallahassee and was advised that y Fremont Tolles, city attorney,

,Ar e>. the presented the contract for a
Chapter ,
,' i Mr. and Mrs. John W. Kings- has year's timber lease at the air-
sale of alchollc beverages l
This will be 18-hole .,,r.iT bury of Keystone Heights an- been repealed effective Oct. 1 I. E port with L.J. Kite approved by
BOOSTER MEETINGAll player. nounce the engagement of their the council. Kite's high bid of
Booster Club membeft *nd tournament with full handicaps. h' daughter. Nancy Lee to Ear- 1970. saloons cocktail $19,651 was accepted at the July
All bar -
Tee-off times will be set between
residents of the communl vho ; nest Eugene Williams, Jr., son and other places 14 meeting.
1:30: and 2 p.m. of Mr. and Mrs. EE Williams lounges
might be ytitfAg Any member Interested In playIng for the sale of Intoxicating be- Southern Railway's loading
the association, are Imrttftd to In the tournament is askedto Sr. of Gainesville. berages at retail will be closed i .. shed adjacent to their tracks
attend a covered-dish d1ntparty \ MA The wedding Is planned for
the hours the polls are parallel to Lawrence Boulevardwas
sign before Saturday af during
up 12 at 7 In the
at the p.m.
; ptnstall rMid. ternoon. Church of open during the primary election constructed last month with
Mrs. Charles Male members of the club are of September 8 and any out obtaining a permit from the
Lake, on Saturday Aug. %?, beginning reminded that the deadline for Heights other primary prior to Oct. 1, Keystone Cadet Participates city When Mayor Raymond
at 7 Members and Miss Kingsbury Is a 1967 grad
entering the annual President'sCup 1970 Sheriff Murrhee said. Starnes asked railroad officials
guests are asked to we8cu- Trounament is August 2L uate of Keystone Heights High [In Air Force ROTC'hrainingOwen : about It, they said they had not
ual attire. Full handicaps will be used In School and a recent graduate of been In the habit of getting per-
For additional1normatl determining the winners. Entry Santa Fe Junior College NewcomersWelcomed B. Baker Jr., son of portunities In which they might mits where they were constructing :-
cerning this outing, pleaao contact ) fee is $2 for this event. More Mr. Williams, a 1967 Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Owen B. Baker wish to serve as officers. something on their own pro
Mrs. Albert Dazey 9 details concerning the tourna- High School graduate, who Sr. of Keystone Heights, Is Other hlghllghts of the course perty. Starnes added that originally
4078 Mrs. Alex Brokas, 4?'- Santa Fe Junior par- 4
; ment will be given at a later Elaine Lovorn, was attending ticipating In a U.S. Air Force Include survival training, air- they had Intended to usea
4989; or Mrs. Charles Wjrtfl. date. College last year will soon en- Reserve Officers Training Corps craft and aircrew Indoctrination; portable belt-type unloaoer
stall 473-4581. Rodgers and daughter, Penney, Mr. Henderson ter active. duty In the Naval Reserves To Keystone field training encampment at small arms training and visits which would not have requireda

FIREMEN'S BALL attended the Florida Turf Association Wed in Georgia Myrtle Beach AFB, S.C. to other Air Force bases. permit.
meeting and golf tour- During the encampment, cadets Cadet Baker Is a member of
It i8Fireman's
The annual Keystone nament held at the Daytona Beach S.E. McKay Realtor and associates become familiar with the the AFROTC unit at the University Council Chairman Everett Fox
> ( In from Japan
Ball will be hAld 1 at Miss Alice Elaine Lovorn became arrived Keystone asked Tolles for
of Florida. He Is 1968 an opinion and
Golf & Country Club on Mondayof have announced the recent life activities on Air Force bases a
the Keystone Heights Lloni\ Club: the bride of Gregory Gene on Sunday afternoon for a visit Keystone HeightsHigh Tolles said he thought the city
IS this week.TOMESPRICE. with Bob's parents, Col. and sale of several homes in and can examine career op Sctaolo
on Saturday evening, AVg. Henderson In a brief ceremonyon had a right to require corpor-
beginning at 9 p.m. II yo\j\\! have Tuesday Aug. 4, In Folks- Mrs. Robert Jackson of Little the area to newcomers who have ations to acquire building per
settled here as permanent residents -
not yet received your dQKe+a ton Ga. Lake Keystone. mits
as well as individuals
in the mall you may pUchse Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tomes, The bride is the daughter of Bob was recently dischargedfrom Among those welcomed Lake Swan Family Camp
them from any member t We of Keystone Heights, announce Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Lo the US Army, following to the area are: "All applications for building
Keystone Heights Voluntee/ >fife! the approachingmarrlageottheir vom of Keystone Heights She tours of duty in Japan and Viet --Mr. and Mrs. Amos T. Lee permits should come before the
Department or at the oV\ \* on daughter, Pamela, to Robert is a graduate of Keystone High nam. He and his wife will be and family who have purchased Starts Aug. 75 Hear MelroseThe whole council" Tolles added.
August 15.Please Price Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. School and St. Johns River Junior living >In Keystone. In the fall. the Frank Slaughter home on
be sure to support My Robert Price, of this city. Wed- College and was a seniorIn Bob will enter St. Johns River Lake Geneva. The Lees have a The couicll voted unanimous
Important fund-raising drive\ as ding vows will be exchanged on Elementary Education at the Junior College to complete the daughter Susan, who will enter annual Family Camp for The afternoon Is devoted to ly to allow Southern Railway until -
all proceeds: are used in tainlng and operating the l deal: In St. Williams Catholic Churchof also the current Strawberry are permanent residents, and Christian and Missionary Alliance and counseling with the on August 11 to apply for a bulld-
fire department and forpu>cbfts- Keystone. Queen, and was Miss Rural E- Miss Kay Sunderland whose Mr. Lee Is project representative will be held at the Lake speakers. Evening activities be- ing permit and >If not, legal pro-
Ing the necessary equlpMent All friends are invited to attend lectrification of 1969, and a finalist marriage to H.A. Kelley, Jr. for Reynolds, Smith & Hill Swan Camp Grounds, August 15- cedures would be instituted.
needed for fire fighting. the ceremony. In the Miss Florida World will be an event of August 29, Jacksonville engineering firm 21. The camp is located on Route (Continued on Next Page)
Live music will be pJ'o\14ed contest. was honored with a miscellaneous and--Mr, and Mrs. Robert J.Mea 26, three miles east of Mel-
by the well-known "Four (;:J\S"\&) HERE N' THERE The bridegroom Is the son of shower on Friday evening four children of Gainesville rose toward Putnam Hall The I
orchestra of Jacksonville. A itew Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Rushton Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Hen- Aug. 7, at the home of Mr. and are residing In the Francis V. Rev. Paul Alford District Super HEELECTElbert
feature Included in this year's returned home on Saturday afternoon derson of Northeast, Pa. He Is Mrs. Sam Gardner, Sr. Mrs. Milner home at the comer of intendent of Orlando, will be In
dance will be an early Rowing after a week's vacationIn a member of Phi Gamma Delta Harold Sutton, Mrs. Everett Fox Lakevlew Drive and Fairway Ave. charge. The Southeast District
breakfast served by >\e\J1-\ > Franklin, N.C. During their fraternity and a December 1969 and Mrs. Gardner were hostesses The oldest child, Lou, will be In Includes that part of Florida on
bers of the Keystone IIM"-" stay they were joined by Col. graduate of the University of for the party.; the 8th grade; Kathy In the 5th; eastern time and all of Georgia, .
and Mrs. B.A. Rushton of Den- Robbie In the 2nd and the fourth
The hostesses presented Miss ;
Lions Club and their epees, Florida. Representatives from many of r+ ,
mark, S.C. The couple !Is now residing In Sunderland, her mother, Mrs. child, David, is 19 months old. the 69 churches will be present.
TEEING OFFI1 Dr. and Mrs. B.L. Owens and San Juan, Puerto Rico, where Richard Sunderland, and the prospective --Mr. and Mrs. Royall!C.Mercer Camp begins with dinner at
Members of the KeyatpM, family of Cocoa Beach, were Mr. Henderson Is employed. groom's mother, Mrs. of Jacksonville have purchased 5:30: and the evening service at
Heights Golf& Country Clt p Ara visiting last week with Mrs. Owne's H.A. Kelley, with corsages.Mrs. the Richard Spence- 7:30 on Saturday, Aug. 15. A ," v
now competing in the C Twilight Tournament which pail toners, Sr. Geneva, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. Leo LeBlanc served punch. Live Oak and LakevIew Drive. service will be an unusual ani- D.
been set up>> for six wee,,', of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Fernan- Tomes. During his stay, Jim A centerpiece of spring flowers, They moved In last week and mated drawing of the crucifixion -
competition. The tournament! dez and children of Fremont, was employed at Dad and Brad's resembling a wedding bell, accented are permanent residents. The by artist Rev. John Kozy
scheduled to end the last hi.. Calif., are visiting Mrs. Fernandez' Trailer Sales. the main table. Mercers are retired from the and trumpet solos by Bob Short.
day in August, and will .t\" > tQh brother-in-law and sister Mrs L.E. Harris, of Lake Miss Sunderland was presented Seaboard Coastline Railroad,and I Dally activities begin with the
lowed by a social hoof 8rA1 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ho- Geneva, hosted a bridal luncheon with a set of glasses by the are North Carolina "Tar Heels" rising bell at 6:30: a.m., mornIng -
covered-dish dinner. GoIf".Ireminded \Ar0 mer and family of Lakevlew for Miss Pamela Tomes at her hostesses. from Wilmington.Mr. prayer at 7, followed by Saunders
to check the bl&UetlJ\\ Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Fernan- home last Saturday. A yellow Judge McKInney Davis,of Jacksonville -- and Mrs. AlbertSchmldt breakfast at 8. The Rev. Paul
board for additional Information\ dez left Monday for a week's and purple color scheme was and Keystone Heights and son, 1 David, moved into the McGarvey, for many years a
The tournament committee Is cruise In the islands, before used by the hostess In decorating was the lucky winner of the boat, Alfred H. Lagasse home on Lake missionary to Japan and chairman -
sponsoring a Parent-Child T dr" Mr. Fernandez leaves to return the party rooms. Guests included motor and trailer which was Geneva, Lavevlew Drive. David of the field, and more recently -
nament to beheld at thg club; home the first part of next week. Miss Tomes' mother awarded by the Keystone Heights will attend the 9th grade of Key- Pastor of the International
I oh Sunday, Aug. 16. According Mrs Fernandez and children will Mrs. Ernie Tomes, the motherof Sportsmen's Club on Monday eve stone school. Mr. Schmidt is in Church In Jerusalem, will speak
to Pro Ed Rodgers, theft Is remain in Keystone for the remainder the prospective groom, Mrs. ning, Aug. 3.Keystoners. the process of building a new each morning at 10 and each
no restriction as to tfo% Age of August. Robert Price, Sr., Miss Cheryl were sorry to learn plant facility in the Industrial evening at 7. Before leaving for : Commissioner
of child participating wttp\ tins Jim Peterson, of Sac red Heart, Tomes, Mrs. Joe Tomes, Mrs. that Charles Oliver, a former Park of the Gainesville area, missionary service Rev. Mc- County ,
parent. Married sons or &\\i h* Minn., returned home last week Florence Schroeder and daugh- resident died at his Maryland and will move the entire Fabco- Garvey was pastor of the pro.;
ters may play In the tourH0>nftnt after a two-month visit with his ter, Lynn, Mrs. Clarence Bush home, following a sudden Illness Alre manufacturing plant from Alliance Church In Daytona Beach
with their parents. The .11 aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. and daughter Sheila of Green on Friday, Aug. 7. Seville, Ohio to Gainesville. The and Orlando. Dist. -Clay County
be an entry fee of $1 foe eAch Ernie Tomes and family of Lake Cove Springs. Mrs. Harris pre- Mrs. Harold Sutton arrived entire family collects antiquecars The Bible Hour Is at 11 a.m.,

.: ..' '.:-.:.,:..:,:,:,""_._,:.:-:-:_.:-:.:..:.:.:.:._:..:.:. :...:..:.!:'r.4,.,r:.,r YA!rr.LL'hLLVrrrr.LLLVr.,r.,..,..,...\..'.A sented the honoree with a wooden dishes home on Friday morning after'' national and awards have won In a this number hold of with the Rev. Glenn Smith conducting
',;:--------- -- --- n --- 'v--" .ML"+r..1{'1 LYrrr1.LLLLY.LVa..LLh :: salad bowl and serving recent surgery at Alachua Gen- the program. He Is at Experienced Honest
Col.: and Mrs. Jim Chesslng- eral Hospital. Her many friendsare --Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Cook have present pastor of the Alliance
:. Re-Elect. { ton were In Maitland last week glad that she is now at home moved Into the Fred Bassett Jr. Church In Augusta Ga, and was
.;:., visiting Col. and Mrs.DIck Dorff. and feeling greatly improved. home on Breezy Point Lake formerly at Daytona Beach. Efficient Conscientious
f:. .... who have been frequent visitorsIn Miss Marion Fitzpatrick, of Geneva. The Cooks are from The service for children and
0. J. Murrhee i Sr. #$ the Keystone area. Norfolk, Va., arrived In Keystone Dayton Ohio and have a son In youth is at 9 a.m. with Rev The Only Full Time Commissioner
o > Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pangborn Sunday for a visit with her bro Jacksonville. He retired recently John Fltzstevens and Mrs. Fltz- If elected, I will[ serve to the best of my ability
>> of Jacksonville were in Key ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and General Motors Frlsl- stevens In charge. Mrs. Fltz
N stone last weekend visiting( [ their Mrs. Harold Sutton of Little Lako dare Division. stevens was born In Vietnamof all the people In the county. Your vote and sup-
I County Commissioner, Dist. 4 # parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Keystone.Mr. missionary parents. Both
Pangborn and Mr. and Mrs. Kent and Mrs. E.F. Aiken of lumbla, South America. served for two terms as missionaries port will be appreciated.
(keystone Heights v. KIngsley} Lake McRae, tit Cantrell.Mr. .-- Keystone Club Estates arrived Guests of Rev. and Mrs. Mil in Vietnam. At pre-
attd\ Belmore: ) '::: and Mrs. W.H. Eleazer home last week after a visit ton J.Scripture were their daugh- sent, Rev. Fltzstevens pastor (Paid Political Advertising)
: of Neptune Beach, were visit- with family and friends In At ter and son-in-law. Rev. and of the First Alliance ChurchIn
BAPTIST *' )ELK': MOOSE :rti: ing Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rodgersand lanta. Gainesville.
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; daughter, Penney, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haberstroh,
; -
He knows the problems and will work for all Col. and Mrs. John Beldler, of Lakevlew Drive are celebrating
areas of Clay Count. r of Silver Lake returned homeon the arrival of their 34th
Saturday after a three-week Sean who born
grandchild, was
He will appreciate your continued support and h'1' vacation of travel In Virginia, on Sunday Aug. 9, to Mr. and Know
your vote on Tuesday* September 8. I.. North Carolina and Tennessee. Mrs. T.L. Thoborne, of Trea- 'Progress
They particularly enjoyed the sure Island. Mrs. Thoborne will
(Political Adv. paid for by O. J. Murrhee 6r.) r tours historical settings,which be remembered by her friendsas

rr were available to them In their the former Miss Marcia Ha-[ THE MAN
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Mrs. Bill Baker of Lake Geneva of Elberta, Ala. were recent
l of the Orange Part PresbyterIan -
is completing basis train- dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. Active
t ing with the US Naval Reserve Milton J. Scripture of Brook- Church
Program In Memphis, Term. lyn Lake.

.. from Alec Ft Livingston Lauderdale and were a friend here Mrs.Recent Leroy visitors Overmoyer of Mr., and of I i Owner a>d operator of O. B. Nan Ace Hardware

for an overnight visit with Alec's In Orange Park
:::#: Brooklyn Lake, were his mother,
/.r :.' parents Mr. and Mrs. Cay Livingston Mrs. Abbie Overmoyer, and her
.w 'cJ ::=>: of Nelson's Point. Alec granddaughter, Miss Abbie Over- FoaodUi director of the Bank of Orange Park
and his friend were enroute to moyer of Wllliamsfleld, Ohio.
Camp Shelby, Miss., where they Rev. and Mrs. David Over-
i will participate in their 2-week moyer and family visited his Pact director: of the Georgia-Florida Hardwire

summer training with the Army parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy '.M .Association:
Reserves.Mr. Overmoyer, before returning to
and Mrs. Robert Jackson their missionary ministry InCo-
iI X r Member Hardware Industry Council for Georgia
and Florid

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Former member of the day' County Develop

You Win When You Save! 4 f er j Farris 1' ment Authority

I Health Nursmg
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r / COUNTY =y/1 Advisory Council: formerly as Treasurer tad

The prize for achieving the mot ,'Y r presently as Finance Chairman

worthwhile 0-b in life la usually ?

won by the coople- aware pf the fact } .; COMMISSIONER is, ; Aetlre la Masonic and Shrine affaln: Morocco
that systematic saving makes the : : ,1. Shrine Temple Potentate In 1967

difference Mfveea wishing and i ,. \ Clay County
City County property owner sad resident of
District 4
+ Vote ForOllie Croats Park area for over 2S years

FULL BANK SERVICES Native of Florida Young: Businessman .:.

t3erldeg Accounts Bank By Mail University of Florida Graduate

Wet Deposit Jtoxe* Drive.In Teller .. "I have no axes to grind". I Just sea them. I
Family Man Former Naval Aviator B. Nail
Wight' DepositsKEYSTONE Full Loan Service would appreciate the opportunity of giving to
ill Civic and Church Leader >* Democrat
Clay County affairs' the ume -vision and badness

STATE BANK Clay County Commissioner leadership I have given O. .B. NaU AM

Honesty And EnergyFor District 2 >Hardware for over JO yean.

ftfenber FJU.C. Keyatone Height., )Fia Good Government

Tow madly $*njt Ia Your Friendly I' (Pol. Adv. Paid for by Ollle B. Nail)

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Services Held Center from 4 to S p.m. The
cost will be $2 per pet. 7970 RainAbove j1,

Keystone Fail/ices For A. Kause INDIAN BEACH MELROSE Dr. James from R.Montreat Neale has, N.C.returned NormalIn

(Lake Saata Fe) By Joyce. Row where he attended a conferenceon
Arthur J. Kause. 75, of Key- fly Michael H. ChlUy World Missions. He Is chair Bradford
ITtam Pr.oaedloa HenL. stone Heights, died at his home Phone 475-1(12 v II man of the Suwanee Presbvtnrv
Monday afternoon. He was bomIn World Missions.

Mrs.James E. Eck es. of Beaver Cleveland. Ohio on April 13,
Clark was sent to Ashvllle Miss Susan Sappcelebratedherninth Bradford County's rainfall dur- "They tell us to take things
Falls, Pa. While here, the 1895 and bad lived In Keystone Mrs. Jess mckel and children
Eckles spent one weekend with an emergency operation. He Is for the past year, moving here Greetings, friends and neighbors birthday Saturday with a of Belle Glade spent a few days ing the first seven months of as they come-but who can
another daughter and son-in-law now reported to be Improving from Pensacola. from your happy KoUlng- party given by her mother, Mrs. with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 1970 Is running well above the handle them that fast?"

of the Scriptures, Rev. and Mrs. dally. Surviving are his wife, Mar- Reporter. Why am I happy?Cause Gene Sapp at the Episcopal Par- Roscoe Flora. She also visited 50-year average with March the
Frank D. Smith at Mlnneola Mrs. Bill Belote and children garet B. Kause, of Keystone; one right now I feel better than I ish House. Mrs. Virgle Rowe. wettest month so far this year
where Rev. Smith pastors the returned home last week aftera son, Arthur J. Kause,Jr.,Cleve- have In a good while. I had avirus Those attending were Yield Tl- Miss Glenda Chamblee is in with 11.30 Inches. April was the Jacksonville
Christian and Missionary; All- visit with Mrs. Belote's faintly land Ohio four brothers three or something of some kind, son, Joyce Stephens,Janet Christian Leesburg attending a United driest month with 2.91 Inches.
lance Church. They also took In Foley. Ala. sisters, and two grandchildren. anyhow it had me feeling puny. Mary Ann Singleton Lisa Methodist Youth Camp. Through July, the county
in some of Florida's sights near Welcome to new Keystone rea- Funeral services were held But now I'm feeling good, and Bass, Wade Crouch, Mike Finn Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Tison average was 47.41 inches: as
Mlnneola. Rev. Eckles pastors idents. Kenneth Dent and his at 11 a.m. Thursday In the De- happy to say It. For those who Crystal Pace, MattSUnson Sher- of Gainesville visited his par- compared with a 50-year aver-
an Independent church In Beaver sisters, Mrs. H.P. Ingram and Witt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. have missed Leeon he's backon I Stinson. Teri Stinson, Benny ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dock TI- age of 41.75 for the same period. Business
Falls. Mrs. Norma Ingram who recently Lawrence Carroll officiating. the Job this week, with a Danny and David Sapp. The July rainfall total was
Eddie Gardner, son of Mr. moved from Miami Into pertinent message composed a- Miss Janet Christian Mlcan- son.The Women of the Church 6.73 Inches: as compared witha
and Mrs. Qulncy Gardner of the former James Cook homeon round song titles that he and I opy Is spending the week with Faith Presbyterian Church will 50-year average of 10.87
Lakevlew Drive, bas returned Lakeview Drive. The new love. So we hope you all will her great-aunt Mr. and Mrs. meet Thursday at the home of A wet weekend added another Directory
home after visits with his ma- residents are the brother and enjoy It, remembering that our Dock Tison and daughters.Mr. Mrs. John Brennan in Keystone. 3.5 Inches to .the year's total
ternal and paternal grandparents sisters of Townsend Dent of Cry NEWS NOTES Lord has made this all possi and Mrs.Wilbur Sapp spent Mr. and Mrs. William Chlappl- average. New River tower received -
atal. Lake. the weekend at Daytona Beach. 4.7 inches
nl and Friday
daughter are visitingher
In Topeka and Columbus, Kan Please remember that your By Helen V. Egan: ble.Tuesday night, my parents visited Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dough- parents Mr. and Mrs. J.V. through Sunday; Highland had 3.6 Auto Sales and Service

sas.Mr.. and Mrs. John Allen and regular correspondent, Mrs.Michael Aunt Clara Sullivan in Wil- erty; and children spent a week Slade, and other relatives here. Inches; and Santa Fe, 2 Inches.
son of Troy N.Y. are visiting Redfearn, will reaume FAMILY CHURCH PICNIC liston. That same night I was vacationing on Lake Swan. They have been in Peru wherehe So far this year the Forest Parrish MotorsSALES
Mr. Allen's mother, Mrs. Lena writing this column next week. The Community Church con visited by Jeff Miller who has Congratulations to Mr. and worked for the Peace Corps. Service has reported 66 fires
Clemens of Hlllcrest. During her absence, I appreciate gregation will enjoy a Family been helping me hook up my Mrs. Roy Jordan on the birthof When they leave here they will with a total of 681 acres burned,
Col. and Mrs. David Nelson the many items given to me Picnic (covered dish style) on stereo tape recorder, and my a baby daughter Linda, on live In Atlanta as compared with 71 fires and !!
of Lakevlew Drive, will leaveon by local residents. August 22 at Gold Head Branch brother Wayne was visited by August 4 at Alachua General Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. 369 acres burned during the same SERVICE cjj(
August 15 for their new res- State Park. The Board of Stewards Sandy Grayson of Keystone. Hospital. She weighed four Jack Stansel included their parents period last year.Blanding. PARTS
Idency at Wesley Manor In Jack- with Mrs. A.P. Hallman Wednesday afternoon Aunt Tee- pounds nine ounces, and had to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stan-
sonville. Col. and Mrs. Nelson Lake Swan general chairman, are making nle Crenshaw and her daughter remain in the hospital when Maria sel of Jacksonville, and Mr. and!
will be missed by their many\ arrangements. The time Is 2-5 Joan of Gainesville, came down came home. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James Cason of Anthony; Always Good Used Can
Keystone friends. However, they Family Camp. p.m. Games, contests, swimming and brought Granny Copeland Elmo Yarbrough are maternal Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bonner and Tour Ml Laura St. Ph. 351-5,"
will be living close to former and other outdoor activi- home, who had been away since grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.Wilbur children, James and Kim of Or- """"
Keystoners, George Blue Judge ties are being planned by a com- Joan picked her up Monday. My Klmard are paternal grand- lando. Set For FridayA ELECTRIC MOTORS
and Mrs. Crosby, and other resi- (From Preceding:: Page mittee of J. Miller Wrinkle and grandparents Hubert and Pal- parents. Mrs. Bessie Crews Is Mrs. Carolyn Huges was hon-
dents. Roy Tur nett. Ray Farris Is In ma Chltty, of Starke brought> maternal greatgrandmother.Jerry ored with a baby shower Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grollck gin with the song service led by charge of arrangements and the Aunt Sally Deese of Homerville, Stinson has returned night, given by Mrs. Pat Sutton guided tour of facilities at PEAVY Brothers
have returned home after a the Rev. S.G. Ferrell. Music beverages which are provided by Ga., to spend some time with us. from a business trip to Chicago. and Mrs. Hazel Tillman at the Camp Blanding will be conducted
week's visit with Mr. and Mrs Director for the camp. Rev. the church board will be servedby Sunday Otis Melton and I wentto Parish House. Friday morning for legislatorsof Electric Co.,
Otto McColllster. ofCerton.N.C. Ferrell has served as pastor Mrs. Hallman and her com- Gainesville to visit Brother Miss Dee Dee Bitch Is visiting About 25 guests enjoyed games this area by Adjutant General

During their stay In Gerton, Mr. of Alliance churches Ft.Myers mittee, Mrs. Turknett and Mrs. Jake Mllley who Is in the hospital relatives In Georgia. and punch. Prizes were won by Henry W. McMillan, of the State Electric Motors

and Mrs. Grollck were In con- and Plttsburg Pa. He Is presently McLean. Families are to there. Cliff and Lynn Chap Short and Matt Stinson have Mrs. Joyce Terrell and Mrs. Armory Board. Sold Serviced Repaired
provide returned home after week spent The tour la being held at the
pastor and director
man of Jacksonville and Ronnie AbbIe Hughes Generators.
with former Starters Armature
tact Keystoners Mr. besides their covered -
Shell Point Winter Bible Con- dish at their aunt and uncles, Mr. request of State Representative
Waters visited our family Sunday Mrs. Hughes Is the former
Granville tewindlng.
and Mrs.
Clark who their table service. Fur-
ference and Mrs. In Dun- Gene Shaw who said the
and Stinson
Retirement Billy legis-
Center. Paul Lee and Greg Strand-: Carolyn Chlappinl daughter of
now reside In Gainesville. While ther plans will be reported In lators 4044 Lenox Jax.3872528PIANOS
still Following the nightly missionary berg and Greg's friend spent Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Bert Chlappinl.: can vote more Intelligently
they were visiting in Ger- next week's Issue.
tidings Selma Clcen is vacationIng on appropriations for the National
Rev. -
McGarvey Rev.
ton. Mrs. Grollck said that the weekend with Mrs.Jo Strand-: Bruce Rothhammer of GaInesville -
Mr. Clark Gardner will bring the ROBERT MORRIS BIRTHDAY berg. In Georgia with Mrs. Jackie spent a couple of days visiting Guard facility If the members

evangelistic message Revs Members and their families Carol (Hurst) Deutsch and her Sealey and children. his cousin, Danny Rowe. understand the full economic Impact
Gardner served for"some timeas the two children Lara and Dana of Mrs. Gene Sapp and children it has on this area. YAMAHA PIANOS
the birthday
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS missionary to Vietnam, and Is will celebrate New Orleans, were recent visitors Mrs. Dock Tison and daughters DUPLICATE BRIDGE Col. Harry M. Hatcher Jr.said CONN and KIMBALL
Founder of the Eastern Star with
Miss Janet Christian and Mrs. the guests will be briefed at 9:30
presently pastor of the Deland of her parents, Francis and Duplicate Bridge winners last : ORGANS
Alliance Church. a covered dish supper at 6p.m While Wilbur Sapp and eon spent Tues a.m. before a tour of the camp's
Homer Hurst. here, they week were: Mrs. Mary Cook
August 22 In Masonic
While this camp Is under the Hall. on The planning committeeof also visited here sister, Mrs. dayyBBirtday and Miss Iva Hlllyer, 1st place; In facilities.the Officers A luncheon will be held
direction atbeSoutheasternDie- to Melvin Club at noon.
Ollda Reynolds, and family of Mrs. Gay Livingston and Mrs.
trict the Ways and Means com- Chamblee of Mr. and Mrs. The Officers' Candidate School
of the Christian and MIs- Keystone son Ray Staroes, 2nd place: Mrs.
mittee of Keystone Chapter OES, of the
sionary Alliance,all services are Joan Miller and her grandmother Tnm ChnmbleA. who ccttahrntivl Paley Boyd and Mrs.John;Strawn South Carolina National
Com. Chairman
open to the general public. En- Mrs.Betty SIkes, Mrs. Ruby Dyal of Gainesville his llth birthday on August 3. 3rd place; Mrs. Emery Cooper Guard Is now in session at Bland
tire families Co. Chairman, Dorothy Koons, Mrs Glynn Rothhammer and ing, and is the final
DIRECTORYBEAUTY are urged to encampmentof
come and Miriam Poole have returned from a visit and Mrs. R.P.Vogh 4th place.
for the week, for several daysor and Georgia with Buddy and Carolyn Kelly children, who have been living this season
Just for the Murrhee are organizing the e- In Ft. Worth arrived in Gainesville -
evening services. vent and members and family at the U.S. Navy BaseIn BAKE SALE
will be called
Meals may be purchased at the Cuba. Joan says she enjoyed last week to look for a The Melrose HomemakersClub
SHOP within the next week to the
dining room, or visitors are covered dish to be as horseback riding more than any- place to live. Glynn will followin will sponsor a Bake Sale KIMBALL "SWINGER"
welcomed to bring their own The Committee will beverages thing else on the base. This Is a couple of weeks The Roth- at the Melrose Post Office this EDMONDSON ORGANS
provide -
KEYSTONEBEAUTY picnic lunches. and a meat supplement. a lucky young lady. She has hammers are former Melrose Saturday. The Homemakers Club Itoollevenlall3888519:

Additional Information may be There will be an occasion for traveled abroad already, which residents.Dr. sponsors a Bake Sale each monthto Landclearing
SHOP obtained by writing to Rev. Paul nembers to have an early chanceIn not many people get to do. Jack Richmond of the Gainesville earn money for projects. """
Alford. 100 W. Cord Sf, Orlando, and Lou Miller and sons T.C. Animal Hospital will be BULLDOZING WESTERN STORE
EDITH Owner Fla. 3806 to purchasing gifts for Christmas in Melrose Tuesday, Aug. 25,
JOHNSON or Ray Brumbaugh, and Jeff were In Chlefland visiting MOVING
weddings and showers
Penonal and Creative Hair StyL Camp Director: Lake Swan as to give animal rabies shots. He '
Camp Mrs. Ethyl Weismer and *
tug Every Form of Beaoty Route Delivery, Melrose 32666. play.a Bazaar Mrs.Table Jo Reed.will Worthy be on dis Matron Chester Jones recently. will be In front of the Sewing I TRACTOR WORK LITTLE DUDE

Culture _-Sal. s-S; closed Is general chairman. Mr. and Mrs. David Reid Fill Dirt and
Monday. and sons of Jacksonville spent Lime Rock Western Store
PERSONALS the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. And loaded with cares you say. '

NURSERY STARKEBUSINESS Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koons of D.W. Carpenter. Mrs. Shirley No One Understands Like Jesus, Qualified Operator Western Clothing Leather
Twin Lakes enjoyed a visit from Reddish and children of Starke He will forgive you and Save Phone 964.7203 good. Saddle and Triflers

their son and family, Mr. and visited them Sunday afternoon. you today. Charles Sharon Petty
O.C.. Carnes Nursery Mrs. Jack C. Koons and daugh- Greg and Steve Revels are Starke, Florida MS 8. Edgvwood S84-m
ter Delcie of Tallahassee. The staying with their grandparents Now you are Ready to go. quint

Thousands of plants DIRECTORY: two families then toured to Palm Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Revels Sr. Go out and Bring Them In, "Well, what are you staring
Fruit JTrecs-ShAde TreesEvergreens -" ,\ Beach where they spent some J.B. (Coot) Causey of Jackson- Show them that Nothing But the at?"
ville the..week with his Blood
time at Lion Country. On their spent
turn return sister and brother-in-law, Gla- Can cleanse them from their
SERVICE they spent several daysat
Camellias & Azaleas Daytona Beach, and then back dys and Raymond Malphurs, also sin. GAINESVILLE
MOST ALL IN CANS to their respective homes. of Jacksonville, and has been
PLANT ANY TIME Gilbert S. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haberstroh helping them remodel the porch Someday When We All Get To

Beautiful ROMS enjoyed a visit from their daugh- and kitchen at their lake home Heaven, I
Standard OH Service Stall.aATLAS ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. next door. Coot's wile Josephine After we've heard that call. Business DirectoryAUTO
LandscapingPhone F.K. Kramer, son Daniel, and and their granddaughter Kathy Things are so Wonderful There,
659-2165 TIRES a BATTERIES twin sons, JimmIe and TImmie, Stafford spent the weekend with I know It Will Be Worth It All.. .

Sadist Terms Bead Service from Montrousvllle, Pa.The boys them. The Malphurs' eon Bugs,
'tt Ml. S. S. of Starke on PRONE ....7tTt really took on the looks of Indians his wife Nancy and daughter Shan- SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES ,
Hwjr. 100 at FlorahomeS. 47 N. Temple Stark swimming and frolicking non were down Sunday, and Gla- .? () t(7 '!7 ..." .Aak I
In the water. By the time they dys returned with them to Jack- .,
sonville. Raymond stayed down BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson
reached home, their friends Charley & Paris, Inc.
E. McKAY. REALTOR HURST'SSHELL would hardly know them with their and worked some more Monday. EXTERMINATOR a
sun-faded hair and tanned bodies. Norman Gray, his son and his OLDSMOBILE: SEEDS PLANTS-
-KE'rluvru!: HEIGHTS4714118 Also visiting the Haberstrohs, mother of St. Augustine, visit Kontrol- E. SALES *. SERVICE Insecticide-Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS

Appraisal Service Service Station were Mrs. Vivian Church Sanders ed Mrs. Llnnle Norwood. They, Fine Selection of Used! Cars
,The Best la LakefreM and her daughter Ruth of along with Tom and Lillian Nor- A-Bug Johns Take Oa Cad l.a Trades
Homes \ refes. Rental' Gas on LabrlMtteMeaareh Mime, and daughter from Inter- wood went out to Holiday Inn 2001 N.ff. 13th Fb. 178-3301 We Rent Fertilizer Spreador
ASSOCIATES Tires a' Bett eMs. lachen. and celebrated Lillian's birthday aiutuunti NO MISS no SHIN 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 178-0471
N.eaGM..Mir II JitJt. |W[IM Hunt k About, This Question:
Mil. Metba Been 173.474Col ROAD 8EKTICKJet : The Church Homestead here A belated Happy) Birthday '.
; J.'. ChesslB tsB> 4'7So4171 and 1M Storks In Keystone is still a reminder to Lillian! =:::, MINUTES GLASS
L. .3. Bash*** 4'7S-lfIl' of those days back when Key Mr. and Mrs. William Argo, "Accountants<<: are human Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA .

stone Heights was a country Donna and Bill of Macon, Ga., and subject to errors and LIDDELL
th place. The Church family settled spent the week with their mother mistakes, as is anyone
here on moving from Pa-. Mrs. Ruby Wolfe, and their else. A mistake in book.
nama. One of the daughters at- aunt, Mrs. H.T. Smith. 4 wheel drive and ears i Glass Company
attended school here with That wraps it up for the Indian DIXIE. CHEMICAL COMPANY keeping or on a tax: form Bales Parts Service !
KNOW YOURFURNITURE : own.Mary Schaefler. our Beach News, and since the BOX N" ICKSON"ILLE, FLA 32,107 could prove expensive to a Clean Used Toyotas I "Glass For Every Purpose"

F are happy to hear that fishing results are slack due STARKE client. Is Accountants Li. 1700 N. Main 378-1268 I I Store Pronto-Mirrors
Win Reynolds, Sr,and his daughter to this stifling heat, here it I Slarke Builder* Supply ability Insurance availableto Tub Enclosures! Showers

1 Jane, both of whom were Is. Starlln(', FRM Feed Store pay both the legal costs I a Furniture Tops Glass ReI .
hospitalized at Bradford County Roy Griffin of Griffin's Lodge Etwrrl Gmetrv !I I
'/:., Hospital, are well enough to- (east shore Santa Fe), reported I and the award in damage VARHEYL placed

\ be back in Keystone. the bass have slowed down LAWTEY suits brought against him Lincoln Mercury I NEW LOCATION

By BILL 'WILSONROUND .. if We regret to hear that Tracy some, but are biting early In J. W. Waters Store by a client?" 1228: So. Main Gainesville
Baker, Sr. the morning and late In the eve- ThompktGl'fK"ery
father of
the Baker 372-8191 1102
2201 N.-M.ln Gainesville ;
': TABLfcSAVES I i boys, has been hospitalized. We ning. Roy and Mr. Zellner Brooks Green' StoreHampton Charley E. 372-4251 I 1 I
trust he will soon be able to caught 10 last Friday.
QUEEN return home. Raymond Malphurs (my next Genera Store! Home MEN'S WEAR
door neighbor), and Coot Cau JOHNS AGENCY Of I IMereory
sey of Jacksonville, caught 6 Lnke Butler Rnlrev IGA
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The Queen's in a dither in 1557. Guest bass Thursday. Mary Carter PaiiiU Distributor 131 So. Walnut St. -Cooirar Continental STAG 'N DRAG

will arrive shortly, and still she haen't .' That's all folks, so till next Phone? 9647025Airs. Phone 964-6070 Mark HI-Enirlsh Ford
week; good-bye good luck, and Griffin Suit
f worked out the eating arrangement at God bless you all. Now here's Cleanest Used Oars Available Arrow Shirts. Flonheln Dee

her rectangular banquet table. "What can Leeon. Formal RrotaU
t' 1 do? Lord Taylor and Lord Williams hold Tteautv Academy I Ladles Sportswear
but I can't them inmt. p. LEEON'S CORRNERIt a Sf\'ln; Florid:!
the same rank. put
had the solu- :Since; 19)0;) I
"Get round table," he snorted. took Amazing Grace
To Save a sinner like me. $ lneL11
Beauty Academy
And It took the Power In the |

Blood ---.. I111I I V Vyul r-.................................... Learn a Profession la Tour MUSIC
wash and set me free.
L % Spare Time.! Full or Part Time I

; Had It Not Been for a man CarolnKave.s Cordially 219 N.W 10th 378-27615

r.1'I BILL POWELLis Called Jesus, "y' BALDWIN
Who died for a world of people ELECTRIC MOTORS
on your sideHe lost Representative \j./ WelcomesYou \ N2MUSW s
Then the miracle could never Ph. 961-5812 and Your I 110K1 .
Ii can handle all your have happened ELECTRIC
insurance life, health That took place Down at the 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your .
sub Motor Repair Co.
4 Ukl. home, car. One man, one Cross. Starke New Home I
$l1 plan. Insurance is much
And so she did, and the round table came T simpler that way. In times like these, Of Gainesville Inc. O'vllla Shopping Ctr. 372-933)

fZf into use for the very good reason of pro Men are fighting, growing near The State of Florida Repairing Rewinding '

loeo). The Queen also found, as will you, to doom New and Used
that a round table adds much to the r BiD Powell. We Christians are readying for It Is Our Desire! to )Make You Feel Welcome anTo 281< N. W. 11t1l l Ph. 372-U18 (MOVERS

friendliness of a gathering! Phone 9644 a trip, Aquaint You With Your City.
fi Cause my Jesus Is Coming Soon.
Starke Plaza Farm and Industrial Long Distance Moving
If you are new in the area, a phone
Is Your All On the Alter today Equipment Storage. Packing

Bodcocfc f NATIONWIDE"INSURANCE my friend call will bring >ou a prompt visit I CratingShlppl&v

Are You Ready to meet God's / Santa Fe Tractor Free Estimate Call
Son from >our local hnlcs.' Please give I

FURNITURE and APPLIANCES TIMI.l_N.UoId I.S._ idINatlarwd. When you walk up to the Master FORDFarm HILL'S
lift limiriiKl. company her a call! >jhe has maps and many Tractors Implements 1
1II1Ild. MuhulComix ''d. Will He say my child, Well
Van Service Inc.
'n* free and wonderful gifts for USED EQUIPMENT ,
(Thus It the Thirtieth in : Done. you
t Series) Mutual Firs Inwnnc I
l','*'''l.n. .Lath by Paul...."c.r ...hw.e Company: frnm.local businesses. -
l' .. ....... Horn. Oflk..olmbus., Ohio If you are not truly Saved, 4488 N. W. 8th 378-2343 : 3340 N.E. Waldo R4. Grills

p t a

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Calf Scramble Sales Relations dentanding of the duttesof corps: = -
and field army general staff officers
Course Possible and of Army participation -
Set Oct.14 In Joint and combined operation

It enough Interest Ifl shown by *.
local merchants, the Dale Carnegie Capt. Christensen Is assigned
Date for the third annual Calf Customer Relations Course with the 202nd Artillery Home- CLASSIFIED ADS GEl RESULTS

\ be bigger and bet- for their sales and service personnel wood m.
ter than ever before, Is set for may be offered here The captain Is employed as air
October 24. Brian Hamilton, chairman of defense battery supervisor with
A new event a chicken scram the Retail Merchants Committee the Homewood Nike Site, Home-
ble for children between 7 and 9 has suggested that local merchants wood. 111. -
a years, will The greasedpig and businessmen might He and Ms wife, Barbara, live i J i mi *
$ event forty girdle will again be consider the course for their at 8117 S. Austin, Oak Lawn,

; part of the Increasingly popular sales personnel. 111.

show. Businessmen are asked tc ,
; Chairman for the 1970 scram- CLASSIFIED -
the Chamber of Commerce John F AD RATES. : RENT House tnatter, Selling To Settle
David Smith, Bradford phone Private 1st Class COTTAGE FOR and Estate
is PAREWlo-Men
), office if interested in Hit Crews of Mr. and Mrs.Leslie -rYl'E'VIUTDS: Manual of OCR real ales. Grlffls, Luop. 2 !bed. 535 & 547 West
teacher. son Minimum Charg .... MabJIl!
High School agriculture for their .133< l Electric. (I,"or ale er rent. tag parents;: 'wanted. Some
sales relations course Crews, of Lawtey, recently> ,roams: Call 984-8245. Itp Street. 2 furnished Iwiwecapable
The scramble sponsored by the MarrIed -?,
i A poll will also be (Cover IS words) Bradford C.rarefy Telegraph., couples and women.
1 Chamber of Commerce, was employees. received the Army Commendation 0' 200.00 per mor-cu..
staro .
Salary $347 month
In the Chamber's monthly pe USED CLOTHINO -You Pick.
; started three years ago as a newsletter.taken Medal while serving with Each word over -7SOe FOR RENT: TV sets, baby: per: perwm.. S day -week, 8''oouiday. J 10 lb. bag $l: 25 K b. bag $2. rental. Offered as: iU less: fsapel'sonal ,
Chu Lai
the near ,
means to promote agriculture Employees can complete ine Artillery Extra Charge !If not beds. eleo. pit U.. amvilflers.refrigerators > Promotional opportunities RAOS 25 to. bait! $1. CLOTH. ;items. See For Sala
within Bradford County; and to Vietnam. : da." or State Sign on property. Brokers Incited
course in five two-hour sessions Crews earned the award for paid In advance Week.: DA Retirement, olds leave BUTTONS ZIPPERS. Faith
give 4-H and FFA members a convenience of HMER'S, 964-7923. tf-chg 'racoMon. etc Please apply in to cooperate on referral
scheduled at the meritorious service as a radio Bargain Store. 128 North Court ,
means of getting animals to rates the class members. It is offered relay operator with Headquarters CLASSIFIED DISPLAY person only .Personnel Offlc. St. ltp basis. This Is the Wesley and
Youngsters who snare a castor at $50 per employee with Battery of the 18th Artil f 1.50 Per Inch WATSONSHouse Budand Centen Ga ne vlUe.IFla. :Maud Andrews former home
pig are given enrollment of An FOR" SALE Double garage place. To :be ha-wn! by appointment
ihultirsgoft a minimum class lery's 3rd Battalion His wife, Memorial equal opportunity; !m?
a herd. Some of 36. Revolutions plover tZCtJC door steel. 7 It. x 16 ft. 'wbth only. No Sunday
lives at Hampton.
spring must be given back to the Georgia, Proclamation, etc -7c word of Vacuum!{ (hardware, $85. 3 speed window Showing. Call Monday If you

scramble for future winners, .... CARDS OF THANKS !Many brands of mew vacuum flan ;$20.< Melrose 475-1933 lip 'want a safe taveatment in
thereby enlarging the county's; Starke this is: It. A. J. Xhonv
swine population Sgt Edward H. Jackson, son of SO words or !J.. .. .....j.oo $39.00 ''ItJ). Use d machines from JIMMY MOORE'SSUN FRESH" FARM ergrs for sale. as, Realtor Tel. 964-5701.
NEWS ABOUTSERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Blake Jackson of Each word over 50-70 310. Expert R epalra all makes. SPORTS Just isouth of Stes-1 :Mill.! 964-
Starke, Is on duty with the U.S. Parts and A ccessorlea for an 5760. Dozen large 400; medium FOR RENT Small unfurnished
'/- ........ Air Force at Cam Ranh Bay vacuums. Bu lIt In Central vacuum MOORE BOAT FOR 35c; amaJl 300. Itp : cottage nice location,
< ,. -- MEN I Air Base in Vietnam.In SUPER STICK Vinyl Plartio cleaning!! systems. 712 N. YOUR MONEY land for garden. No ohaMrea.
," his present assignment Sgt. Letter, all tizes. color. Perm. Main Gainesville 378-7110 FOR SALE -1969 Honda. 350 no pets. Ideal for retired cou
/ill" Jackson la a Jet engine mechanic anent. for Starke CC, Surer; Sport- 5 forward' ple.
use Ph. Phone
on wood, class, 964-S791 964-5801. 4tp 8-27
... r.V r "' with the 608th Military AIr- plastic paper metal FATE'S FABRICS First quality gears, tack-$450.00 Phone. 964-
lift Support Squadron, a unit of dress drapery. upholstery 6610. tfchg
""t ANYTHING I Complete Outboard dktern'Drive
-Bradford _
., F ,qr.. Army National Guard Captain the Pacific Air Forces, head- County material. N'otlona' chenille ''bedspreads IF WE DONT HAVE IT
.r Richard J. Christensen, son of quarters for air operations In Telegraph.' .U tlLpe trJM. Also etc $ Service and FOR RENT-Small! house all we'll get It for yon Office

tastms Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Chrts- Southeast Asia, the Far East ands mill ends.: BankAmert- Repair. Complete Fiberglass modern conveniences. Clare in. SuDP es. Furniture, Equip
tensen, Lawtey, recently com- and the Pacific area. Before his Southern Mariiun card and :Master Charge. Open Repair distant-- lEiqiuine.! :. 'at 962 N. Tempe: Ave. went. Bradford County
ALL TYPESWELDING pleted Phase 10 of the command Southeast Asia he
arrival In Monday. 10-7; Tues.' throughSat. built Fiberglass Flatting Phone 9645192. 2tp 8-20 Telegraplu
and general staff officer courseat at Columbus AFB, Miss.
served Moved To
GainesvilleNew .
the U.S. Army Command and A 1965 of Bradford 9-7; Sunday M. Rwy. 301 Boat .
And MACHINE WORK General Staff College :Ft. Lea- High School, Sgt. Jackson stud NameGainesville 1H mi. north of Waldo tfchg.

venworth, )San led at St. Johns River Junior Marino .
AI.L TYPESEquipment The course, attended by officers College In Palatka, and Santa Sears Close-Out PricesON
Repair from the actlve Army,Army Fe Junior College, Gainesville. LYNN HAMILTON MOB. Smith Plumbing
Natlonal Guard and Army Re- Johnson Macon Cobra. :Boats MARY
CUSTOM MADE serve, is organized into 10 Marine' Supplies and Supply AIR CONDITIONERS
phases and given over a five-
Outdoor GTiJlsGreepe's year period. Each summer tor 1030 E.. University Av. CATALOG PRICE SALE PRICE

four years, students attend two ESTATEAUCTION Gainesville Raiford Road CARTER 13,500 B.T.U $279.95 $249.88
weeks of active duly; schooling Phone 964-6023
r in their own Army areas or IF WE DON'T HAVE IT 14,000 B.T.U. $229.95 $199.88
through extension courses. On ..,'u get it Doc PAINTSNEW
miles :you
40 farm 4
A acre
the firth year they complete their northwest of Starke will Supplier, Furniture, Equip.ttent. Contracting and Repairs 18,000 B.T.U. $279.95 $239.88
WPl lon( -final two-week phase of the Bradford County Plumbing Fixtures
course at Ft. Leavenworth.The be sold at public auction Telegraph Water Beaten ITEMS 23,000 B.T.U. $329.95 $279.88

WORKS training is designed to to settle the Estate of r Water Pnmps
and MACHINE prepare selected officers for responsible the late J. E. Thomas" WANTED WSTINGS WALL PAPER LIMITED SUPPLY PHONE 96l-fiS48
Box 150 Ph.46SU1734HAMPTON...
positions at division The" sale will be at the On Homes.and Acreage. Buyers
FLA. and support command levels. It
Courthouse in Starke on WaftingStrout Realty, Ref;. Unpainted Furniture
also provides them with
an un-
FOR RENT2 air condition
August 24 at 11:00: A. Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave.
information Ph. 964-6609 starts Fla. ed cottages Klnglesy Lake Wood Graining Kit PUMPSNEW
M. For con. Gall at night Ph WANTED

HELP'ANTED' tact Terry McDavid For all your Real Estate: 5332366tfehg K-80 Paint Remover USED

Attorney, 200 N. Marion Needs Buy Sell --''Ex AND
Charles HARDY wants help and DID YOU KNOW it's easy to Houses Washed
St., Lnfre Tity.' 75.1996 change Appraisal Expert 25-75 Cases
support Mr. & Mrs. Voter in his bid Advice on all -Real own a Longchanip Home? SALES
Better built for Florida llvIng. Lawn Mowers For Rent Grade B PARTS
for Clerk of the Circuit Court NOTICEStarke Estate Problems Call Your plans or ours. Your SERVICE
lot or Contact Buford BROWNLEE
Re,. Real Estate Broker EGGSALL Deep and Shallow Wells
and Keystone Mitchell: phone 964-6853. P. O.
Phone and
:OeeeOeeOe4feeB41N4fOle414fee................4 Heights area Customers Starke Plaza 964464- Starke Box 238 Starke tfohg STREET Water Softeners FiltersPlumbing

i Owen Joist Company of Florida Hastings Mattress _tfchg INSURANCEAT OR PARTPAYING Supplies

I and Upholstery BIO PENS. Ball Point'Re:? REDUCED RATES LEGAL FORMS. Bradford TOP
fills. Bradford County TeleCaph. AUTO. FIRE. BOAT County Telegraph Ph. EXPERT SERVICE
i NEEDS 710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA .
FOR SALE-1968 ford with 390 toftg JimmyBox

: DRAFTSMAN: TRAINEE III rh Pchool graduate IJ Is Op :n Again v-8 and good shape $1,800 or $500 "TST.1NARY Tetanus INJECTABLSS Toxold: : *3 244

J : preferably with some mechanical'' drawing and have I and take leave Payment phone Phone No. orb 964506X BAIRDMobile "leeplne Sickness Starke, Fla. PUMP & SUPPLY CO.

: completed military ob1i ation. : FURNITURE dress XF) Dlsetmpw. Hepatitis Lepto
Repaired Refinished Comblotto


: LINCOLN CITY ROAD j FOR RENT -12' tefcte. 2 bedvpom !-
ESTIMATES Good TANK Opening for District
STARKE, FLORIDA Quality trailer outside city
: Call Collect 328-2144 -.. Reasonably Priced limits J. 8. While 964-6114. COMPAN.YOwned Clerk consists of sec.
ae4re BB41D41BB41 41BBB41041NB41N41BBBB B000BBB4iB. Gainesville 378-2785 ItfclIc retarial work and light

Volkswagen Serviced. Guaranteed and & Operated By clerical duties. Adequate
Delivered In stoke Area BARRETTWater pay, good fringe bene.

Announcing ( ) FOX Sales Service 'WI US tel N. 4502 NW 13tb Conditioning MICHAEL,DOBBS. APPLY AT

Gainesville 31S. 71S
Sales Representative
FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse 130 Court Street COMPANY
for ; 3 bedroom. 1 bath central Phone 964-S832 DRAIN CLEAN-OUT
House Of UpholsteryWE heat It alr-eondltlonlng. Corner AND PUMPING Two miles north of

TROPICALPONTIAC MUes Oat lot. Phone 964-5367. tfcftg STA-RITE Brooker, Fla. on State

Ralford Road Road 231.NEW .
DO ALL TYPES OF MODERN MASONRY 05 POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Water Conditioners Phone 9646647Starke

Large Living Room withstand weather 20o each, Fla.
UPHOLSTERY AND REPAIRS Paneled. Family RoomMarv 12.25 doz. Special price on larger and Pumps tfcha
CO. quantities. Bradford County
Many' ExtrasOnly
!- Tel raph tf and Rentals


I Gainesville, Fla. M4-M64 9C4-68U erA Will pay cash or take la 24 Hour Service PLUMBINGRITCH
Pick-up and Delivery Anywhere trade on anything. DAHMER'S.

25mi. Radius Complete Line CARL BEGGS 884-7823. tf-chg

NEW and USED CARS Gulf ServiceUSED WILL BUY: Used !A>>pll ncea. Reverberator. REWARD for re I AIR CONDITIONING
PHONE 964-8350 and G.M.C. TRL'CHSPhones PARTS Furniture TV's, Stereos, any.tbing Aura The Osspel Masrengexa, Plumbing Co.
of value. DAHMER'S.: : CALL 964-7337 or Writ' P.O.

416 EAST CALL ST. Top Prices for Wrecked c.n Box 538. Stoke TFC 9648835ADDING
PHONE 964.7653
AMANA 7-foot chest freezers ..r..
STARKE, FLORIDA 21 Hour Wrecker Service that. carry a 5-year warranty P. O. BOX 943
George LaRue
Keystone Hts. 473.4148 Fuel Oil for labor and parts for only STARKE FLA,

G'ville 372-2583 -Vied Can $149.95 at DAHMER'S. tfchg INSURANCE AGENCY MACHINES Mas
i\ r:i'v1'' C4i'R+ m's< :: :::: :<;...x-; :: :::::;: :::::: : J Hwy 301 N. Waldo 8 Cubic Foot _!nut grain Del Auto FIre Honeowaev'' .al er eleetrlc. p.r.... or t'l'l! "

utt9t8National mo-ilco: : Freezer, like new. LIFE A ACCIDENT reaL Add, subtract, credit bat

{I J.J.LUMBER f AND MATERIALS j Holds 210 lbs. Nearly half price K.ra oii. nalgfaU 47S-4W
at DAHMER'S Discount House.tfchg.

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" Sewing GROOM AND CLIP your Pood ".98 8 track tapes for sale X
': suitable for barn and Machine lee 500. Call Kathy Myers. /for 13.98 or $3.50 vrith< a trade .:
pi 2v4's Ifi ft. and 18 ft., Co., 5332413. 4tchg 8-27 la at DAHMER'S Discount 't'{ ::

'f; stable construction. Z/argest selections from whichto foazse. tfchg it :

I |1; 6c per linear foot, any length New choose Home.Pfaff.Si Universal.Necchl.' Nelco.. FOR Klngsley RENT Lake-Summer new duplex.cottage '4 and a Track Stereo Tape # :

x N ,x This Ad Worth 3.00 On Call Merritt Williams 964-5391 Players for cars for saIe.m1y. H...
N y Any .
r office or 964-7788 home. $4995 at DAtDd>!rR',9: PlMonjDt!
ij: 29 gauge Galvanized Roof Metal, 32 In. wide by ; Purchase or Repaln tfohg House. tfchg SS:.:::.
ell W. TTnlverilty .Ave. 378-1855 ;: ,
:jj: 18 and 20 ft. long :s: FOR SALE-4 City Iota 414 .. 0;.';. '
s j' $10.95 SEWING MACHINE_ Cleaned, WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn Water St. tfblel ;:
: : j\\| per squareS I oiled and adjucted In your Crosby! Lake It Crosby Lake
Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Homes
x Mme $3.00. Vacuum cleaner WEIGHT safely with
.i ; Summer Cottage Or Year- Dex-A-D1ot, and
remove ex
repairs also All .
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'{ %'.:: 4 to 5- Tip x 12 ft ____ ______________ 3.00 ea. Q FOR NOLLMAN'S rental ed.Priced Graded: From& Leveled.$99300. FInancing .- cll'a Drug. lltp 10-29 I

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SMALL CARS FOR SALE: (MALLARD DUCKS : You can earn over' $5.00 * ': 2 mo. old. $} pair Phone 964- per hour after short training, Pines Motel on U. 3.
DATSUN 5543. tf For interview! and application SOt South Start, Fla. I

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