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

Railway System and Brad-

: Black ford County to jointly install
Group two additional cul

To Run verts under the railroadbed

at Sampson Canal.

"I am now authorized to advise -
Asks City'sEndorsement In CityLeRoy you that Southern Railway

I is willing to cooperate with the

County; Commissioners In Installing -

Davis, 42, was the last -r additional drainage
man to qualify' for the Starke through the railway embankment -
city; council Wednesday morning ," Southern's Chief En-
d as qualifying' ended for the Sept. gineer of Bridges Jack E. De-
8 primary. Valle has written County; Com-
mission in a letter dated Aug
.A minister and truck driver ust 10.
Davis Is th<
On city; politics this year. A Negro Monday's mid-month commission !-

I Requests school teacher, Mrs. Maurice meeting Chairman /edra
White, bid unsuccessfully for a Hamilton said the railroad has
council seat last year. ,I offered to supply two culverts.

f Davis qualified In Group 5 to The county; will assist theopera-
A group of young: black citizens presented a list of oppose Starke automobile dealer tion by making a dragline avail-
Council at its Tuesday night able to "assist in any way pos-
requests to the Starke City and restaurant operator Billy "
I the endorsement and action. Noegel who qualified two weeks sible.
meeting asking city's Mary Ann Barton Installation of the two culvertsis
ago. Noegel Is former council-
J City action was asked to: Anthony DeSue, speaker for the man. Davis Is minister of Eben- looked upon by the Commis-
]1) End separate waiting roomsin group, also said he had discussedwith neezer Baptist Church In Lin- New sion as the easiest and cheapest
the offices of doctors and the Police Department and coln City; and Pleasant Grove Berry possible solution to the drain-
1 dentists. Mayor Carl Hurst the following: Baptist Church In Keystone age problem experienced along

:, 2)) Provide more recreation I 1)) Language of police officers Heights. He lives In Reno. Queen NamedMiss Alligator Creek watershed and
the Rowell, Crosby and Sampson
funds for the city's: ; recreation in -
arresting blacks.
i I center in the Reno section. 2) Asked that blacks be advised p.T. NoUn group 5 Incumbent Mary Ann Barton, 17, Lake chain.
I 3) Advertise city: ; Job openings Is not seeking re-election.
of their constitutional of Keystone Heights was crowned DeValle met with four com-
1 in the newspaper and on a bul- He beat out Noegel for the post
rights when arrests are made. Bradford County; Strawberry missioners and three residentson
11 ton board. two years ago.Incumbent Queen last Friday in ceremoniesat June 30. lie listened to the
3) the and
Repainting green Neil Tucker seek-
the Holiday Inn here. commissioners
white patrol car of Patrolman ing his third term In the Group pro-
i Willie Searcy so it will be black 3 seat The nubile accountant Is The pretty Paxo High grad Is blem and made an inspectionof
; No Place and white, like the other two challanged by retired cattlemanand also High Springs Tobacco Festi- the Sampson Canal railroadbed.
police cars. businessman Titus Olson. val Queen and Miss Florida Rural At that meeting the group
4) That Black poll workersbe Electrification. She was runnerup discussed using two additional
1 Found For used In the upcoming city Group 1 incumbent One Wig for Strawberry Queen last culverts, for a total of five,
election. gins Is unopposed for his seventh spring and' will wear the crown of flat base corrugated metal
i Chairman Jimmy McRae told !#+ ,. term on the council. He said for the r mainder of the year. pipe one on each side of the

; the group that the council can- Tuesday: as the usual crowd Fair Association President existing culverts, at a higher
SampsonLand not take a position in asking waited at City; hall to see who Frank Williams crowned the new level than the existing culverts.

private persons to operate their would qualify at the last minute, beauty queen. He was assistedby But DeValle wrote that South-

establishments in a certain way. .. .. . ... ..... ........ that was the second time In seven Mrs. Linda Lawson of the
FillA = /... .- """ W; I0".. ....''"' __. -" e' i engineers have considered
elections he has not Junior Woman's Club.
But he promised that city owned drawnanop- f problem "at some length"

and operated facilities will be ponent. Elaine Lovorn, Keystone ai. now think the additional dri
suitable place to establisha operated without discrimination.McRae Storm sewer is installed Tuesday on SK 16 in Starke. Moving
Taking all the kidding In stride, Heights, was chosen queen but vests should be circular and
county operated sanitary landfill said a certain"situation" city sewer lines is hold-up the repaving job.
a on Wiggins told those who "threatened" resigned to become the bride of placed at a slightly lower level
has been found so far In In the city shop has been cleared- ..
than the
him by saying they would Gregory Gene Henderson of North present ones.
tie, off SR-100 around the but did not elaborate.
area up,
East also the lower
Pa. The is suggests blocking
have run If they'd known he couple now residing
Sampson Lake cut-off.Sanitarian Blacks should be able to ap- wasn't going to have an opponent: in Puerto Rico. culverts with a wooden dam which
Jack Commission Trawick told the County; ply for city; jobs and, if quali- SR 16 The new strawberry queen is would, in periods of low flow,
Monday. fied, be considered for employ- RepavingIs "It's not what you say you a busy beauty; contestant this prevent water level In the lakes

Trawick said property; owned ment, McRae said. While there would have done that I'm grate- summer. Miss Barton represented from going too low. DeValle
by Container Corp. has been are not enough Jobs open to ful for. I'm Just grateful forwhatyou Bradford County; in the Regional states !in his August 10 letter
Inspected In the area. The tim- warrant advertising them in the didn't do." Queen of Agriculture Con- that Southern officials have:

ber firm has volunteered to donate newspaper, the chairman said, test In Moultrie, Georgia Mon- "... Concluded that It wouldbe
21 % Complete From far the
land for the fill if a place the jobs will be advertised on a appearances so day night. She will also com- preferable to use circular
Sept 8 primary will be
a quiet
pete in the Miss Jacksonville
can be found that is high enoughto bulletin board.
shape pipe, buried to a slightly
affair In the city. If there is to
satisfy requirements of the McRae asked ; Contest on Saturday, August 22,
Recreation Director be a lively election It usually lower elevation, but with the
at the Civic Auditorium in Jacksonville
State Health Department. Gene Hayburn, who was begins Just before the Inlet ends blanked off with low
The county recently covered present to answer the questionon The repaving and widening of partment of Transportation's its 270 working days on the pro- deidllne. Tuesday morning- dams which would, at periodsof
and closed a volunteer dump that Project in charge. ject, Carver says. The new queen is the daugh-
recreation Engineer
funds for Reno. SR-16 from Starke to Kingsley there the usual of low flow, prevent undue lowering -
has grown Into being Just off Lake Is 21 cent complete, V.E:. Whitehurst & tens oi wn11 In other words, local residentscan was group ter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude II. of the lakes.
All per
three recreation Interested
center newsmen bystanders
SR-IOO and in of the main look for SR-16 to be"messed Barton of Lilly Lake in the Key-
sight buildings according to Jay Carver, De- ston has used up 27 per cent of at city hall but "The effect of this arrange-
are Inadequate, Ray- ; no stone Heights area.
state road.Trawick. up" for some time the DOT
ment would result in a lower
burn said adding that Reno is candidates appeared at the last
The Strawberry Queen Beauty;
also told the boardof engineer said.
elevation of the Inverts for the
not alone In that minute.
a new requirement that pitsto respect. At present, all the old pave- Pageant was sponsored last year- future should such ever be desired -
be used as a sanitary landfill Main drawback the recreation Board ment Is still down. The next and will be sponsord next year and would afford better
department has met in gettinga Zoning books close for the Junior Woman's Club of
must be pumped free of step will be to break up the dydraulic characteristics of the
ball field in Reno is lack
a In the at noon Saturday. Sta
city rke.
water before use. The sanitarian of But Rayburn said old surface and use the old lime- ; culvert installation, as well as
who heads the local and space. a rock in the new road.
providing better stability; under
new Reno ball field has been
fill operation, said he is try- Included in his budget requests Denies 2 013Applications "At that point it could get our embankments."
ing the Idea and would report
given to the city; council Tues- rough If we have rough weather," The Commission readily accepted -

(Continued on Pane Four) day night. He said the Reno Carver says. City Begins the change in the shape
center receives new equipment Local residents are advisedto and placement of the culvertsbut
like the other two centers, and use SR-230 during the workon did not question DeValle's
additional have been requested. SR-16. The contractor has to reference to supplying pipe for
maintain SR-16 traffic while he's installation by Bradford County.In .
Members of the Negro dele-
ftob working and can do so under
gation, recent high school grads Budget Work
nnrt rnllmm ntudenU. M.J. normal conditions, says, a letter written Monday
n rttr Slocun, Jerome Helium were, Mary One application was approvedand on his property was denied, sinceis ut may run into trouble in wet Clerk Inman Green replied to
Lane, and Carolyn Brown, and two denied when the Bradford zoned RIA and mobile homes feather such as last week. DeValle that the county; will fur-

VeI:>ue. /Herman Johnson attendedthe County Zoning Commission'sBoard are not permitted. Major problem now In the pro- A 5 p.m. meeting is set today They were told that a now nish the dragline and operatorto
meeting but said he was nota of Adjustment held Its Another application from a pro- ject is relocation of city; utill- (Thursday) for the Starke ball field had already been Included assist with the project. But
0 member of the group. first meeting Tuesday night the perty owner at Indian Beach on City; Council to begin prepara- in the new budget, plus Green said he feels certain that
courthouse.The Lake Santa Fe was denied for (Continued on Page Four) tion of Its 1970-71 budget.At some new equipment. Recreation the railroad would not want to
"We'd like to see a couple of board also approved a fee establishment of a real estate Director Gene Rayburn! said have the county; digging under It
black faces in some of these scale for the Issuance of building office In a residence. This location the suggestion of Councilman Negroes had already approachedhim tracks and that DeValle's state-
tax paid positions" DeSue told permits In the county (outside of Is zoned RIB and Is restricted Ruling Says Neil Tucker, the meeting about the ball field and ment did not mean that the rail-
the Council in making his pre municipalities) and voted to require to single family dwel this afternoon was set to go over he had committed himself to road expects the county; to 'do
sentation. permits for everything but lings. Shaw Can with department heads the 10- ask for it in the new spendingbill. the Installation.
month budget report submitted
routine maintenance. Nonprofit Both will be notified .
applicants Sampson Canal drains the three
Continued( Four)
on Page Tuesday night by City Clerk Mer-
corporations, including chur- that they have the right of appeal rill Edwards.: The black group, a group of lakes, Rowell Crosby,and Sampson
SPAGHETTI ches, will be required to take from the board's decision. Keep Job "The sad news of 10 months young people saying they repre- into which Alligator Creek

DINNER BC Jail out permits. It was decided. The only application approved operation of the city"' is how sented the Negro community; flows. That creek drains an entire -

Application of a property Tuesday night was from an em- During RaceState the clerk termed his report, here, also told the council they watershed which begins at
owner on SR 230, east of Starke ployee of Jim Walter construction saying the council is short of had been getting shortchangedin Trail Ridge and runs eastward.
Sat. AUK. 29 EscapeeSentenced for placement of a mobile home company for a permit to con- funds. comparison with other recreation Sampson Canal drains Into the

struct a residence In Lincoln Representative Gene At the same time the coun- centers. They said the Santa I'e River, that drains
LAWTEYBerry which appeared to meet equipment was In shortage and all into the Suwannee River, and
City, Shaw, of Starke, can legally run cil received new budget requests
Wharf County BudgetIs requirements. lie will be noti- for re-election while serving as from department heads, the Recreation they received each year were Suwannee drains Into the Gulf
obtain building permit some new ball field equipment. of Mexico.
fied to a Bradford County prosecuting attorney Department, and the

5 to 8 P.M. Minton Lynn Jones, 24, of Cal- AdoptedBradford before starting construction. according to an opinionby Bradford County; Library. The Bloodworth told them every The county has widened Alligator !-
fees chargedby Creek
After reviewing from Trail Ridgeto
lahan, was sentenced to three Deputy; Attorney General Robert library Is asking $5,000,up$650. recreation center has to scroungefor
in several other Rowell Lake several times
$1.25 Plate In State Prison in Cir- zoning groups Kelly. Llbranlan said that !is the same
years County's new $!23- the equipment and that much of
counties, the board adopted The had been raisedby over the years. Other natural
cuit Court here last Friday on question increase requested last year and
809 budget had clear sailing the present playground equip-
Country Wefo&tern following scale: a Clay County; newspaper in which the didn't She drainage ditches east of Starke
Brad- get.
of from
charges escape Friday when not a single person work ment has been donated. Rayburn
$2.50 minimum fee now allow water to flow faster
Music. 6.8 P.M. ford County Jail on July 26. appeared at a public hearing to view of recent resign-to-run said the library needs to Increase said the Reno center receivesnew
into tile creek abnor-
from $50 to $1,000 causing
; legislation which bans a public if reference material and that
Jones who is also known
1C ball field equipment.
All State & Local Ronnie Minton Jones, receivedan On a motion by Commissioner $2.00 per thousand for each officeholder from seeking another phone and utilities costs have mally high water In during wet
fraction thereof, above Since the natural drain-
$1,000 or office without first steppingout Speaker for the black group,
CandidatesWelcome additional five years on a J.M. (Ruck) Norman the spend- gone up.
the first$1,000 to $15,000 system has been"Improved"the
; of his currently held position. Anthonv DeSue. then said the age
To Speak conviction for breaking and ing bill was given final approval $1.50 Recreation Board ChairmanJim water rushes that much faster
per thousand for each Kelly said that under termsof pool table in the Heno! Recreation
Starting nt 8 P.M entering, and grand larceny on without a change. $1.000 or fraction thereof, above Section 125.03, Florida Statutes & Bloodworth asked the Coun- center was not new when it was toward Sampson Lake where ills
July 21. The court stipulatedthat Also approved by the commis- the first $15,000 to $50,000 Shaw is classified as an cil for a $ltOOO Increase, also placed there. now held up at the Sampson Canal
Sponsored Ity the terms by served concurrently sioners was a 1970-71 tax levy Sf.OO thousand fraction employee of the Bradford County saying the same Increases refused outlet.In .
lawtey Men'sFellowship of 8.307 mills, the same as thereof per for each $1,000 or above Commission, not as an of- last year are again in- Rayburn said the table was 1968 floodwaters backed up,
Jones was being held in Jail last year. With school millage ficeholder. The attorney is hired cluded. He appealed especiallyfor originally in the Pratt Street after 16 Inches or rain fell In
$50,000. Gene administrator
on charges of breaking Into the at 10.8 mills, also the same as for the Long emphasized, the by the Commission.Not salary increases for the recreation Center but was moved to the loss than a week and Alligator
qwga home of O.J. Underhill and steal- last year, the county again hasa board all director and his assistant Reno center because there was Creek overflowed Into homes on
fact that the code does attorneys fall Into the
Ing a rifle and shotgun, when total millage rate of 19.107 not to zoning with- employee category, according to and for capital outlay more Interest In pool there. The St. Clair Street In Starke.
he escaped along with Thomas mills. That amounts to a 'evy apply property; lying funds for such items as ball table has not been replaced In the The throe lakes cleared their

(!je(!tommw 1'.9 M. Sales Jr.. who was servinga of $19.11 cents per $1.000 of ((in Starke any municipality, Lawtey Hampton in the county Broo-; eral the deputy factors attorney may be general.Involved Sev-in field construction, building maintenance Pratt Street center with a new banks when the water reached

) term for illegal possessionof assessed valuation.The ker). deciding the question, Including and chain link fencing.A one, he empahsi._?. :'ayburn said them and homes on Crosby: and
credit cards. Sales has not board also recrlved work the table became used in the Sampson were flooded.
tote Vans been recaptured vet. that the county total assessed County; Sanitarian Jack Tra- their election by the voters. group of Negro citizens ap- Pratt Street center primarily by
Also sentenced was Clifton property valuation of$67,975.847 wick, who attended the meeting, Shaw ()District 16) and Rep. peared at the council meeting blacks. Continued heavy rains (In the

.-........."" Kelly Massey, 40, of Starke, to has been approved by the Department said he would cooperate 100 per Ralph Tyre of Lake City (District Tuesday night with a list of pust two years have kept tilewaleI'
:: : ten years In prison on a con- of Revenue.Word also came cent with the zoning board. BuildIng 17) represent the countiesof requests for the city to act on. The Recreation Is asking! a level !in the lakes high.
P.Id. h .4w viction of forging a check and from the state comptroller has permits must also be 01>- Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia The list included more funds

passing it on July 6. approved the county budget. (Continued .on Page Four) Nassau, and Union. for Reno Recreation! Center. (Continued on Pane Four) (Continued on Pntce Four)


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Parties Given Luncheon Given Irene Wainwright

g f 1li.I: R >rlT For BrideelectMiss Miss Hogan For Hardy Miss GuinnAt HomeMiss Birthday Wainwright PartyIrene celebratedher

6 4 Melanie Hogan of Orange Brenda Guinn, fiancee of ninth birthday Saturday
Park, Sept. 5 bride-elect of Bill afternoon when her parents, Mr.
: Lynwood Walters, was honoredat
Mrs. Ed Wainwright
I Edwards, was honored with a .
a luncheon Wednesday given
party for her and ten girl
lingerie shower given by Miss
by Mrs. J.E. Hardy and daughter, friends. I''
Betty Manuel In Jacksonville Jayne at their home E. Call
A and blue color schemewas I'r
Gladys : Phone 964.7608 Miss Man- pink
BI Mooty Monday night, Aug.10. Street. carried out In the party r I'I'
uel was assisted by her mother The three dining tables were
: decorations. The refreshment
I! Society EditorMcRaeAlivandi ;z Mrs. Raymond Manuel. covered with cutwork cloths and ble ,I'I
covered with
i'a' Guests were greeted by Miss centered with small silver bowls was a white
.. __ .... _.. _""- '-'" tt'L!... .. ,.-.-- ..!!! Manuel and Invited Into the liv- filled with summer flowers. The linen cloth and centered with an ,
IJ1"'J ..tW-"W, "' 3ZL.uncheon&:"' arrangement of mixed seasonal
) .. I ing room, where games were bridal place cards In sliver flowers and birthday cake.

played. rosebud holders marked the seating .- The
The refreshment table was arrangement the 12 guests.A girls enjoyed party games SUPER SPORTSDoubleknit
Given T and arts and crafts during the
covered with white hand-em-
\ a miniature bride and groom cotton coordinates in
party hours.Assisting.
For Mrs. ThompsonBy broidered table cloth, centered were also placed at the honoree'splace. in new deep-tone colorings
with a punch bowl filled with serving was Mrs. travel smartly through sum
wsr } W.F. Rouse. Also attending were into fall. Typicalis
Guild fruit punch and encircled with mer
Wesleyan L ... '!'..JI. roses. At one corner of the Among the guests were Mrs. Mrs. Truby L. Wainwright of this three-piece outfit in
.. Robert Guinn of Gainesville,mother -
Lawtey and !Miss Jan Wainwright burgundy and beige by
table miniature bride.
was a
of the honoree, Mrs. S.L.
of Waycross Ga.Duplicate. Queen Casuals.
Mrs. W.B. Thompson Jr. was J'"r.' "- Mrs. Manuel presided at the Peek Jr. mother of the groom- ,
honored at a Dutch treat luncheon coffee service.
elect, and Mrs. Sarah Bartonof
Tuesday at the Holiday Inn givenby :..., Among the 20 guests were Mrs. Atlanta. Bridge

friends and members of the l ( .)... .,. Jack Hogan, mother of the bride- Miss Guinn was presented witha 9VIONpUE' v.

Wesleyan Service Guild. :i '. elect, and Mrs. William H. Edwards corsage and a piece of her Club Results BE A IT-YOURSELF

Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and ,"r;,;:. :!J..: .'"' Jr., mother of the bride chosen crystal from her hostesses EXTERMINATOR

family moved to Ocala Monday : .-V..f 1 groom-elect. as a memento of the oc- Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw and Mrs.
where Mr.Thompson is employedwith casion. Kontrol-
: Harry Mooty were the winning
the Wise Sheet Metal Co. .... :; Miss Hogan was also compll-
Members of the Guild ..," l .- mp-ted at a linen shower on couple at the Duplicate Bridge
gave Club when six ABugEllKtlH
Mrs. thompson a book and August 12 at the home of Mrs. Guinn -Walters tables Tuesday in night
were play.
friends presented her with a Wanda Linette Lewis Becomes Bride Fred Simpson In Jacksonville, 22 Mrs. George Miller and Mrs. NO MtSS NO SUM
Wedding Aug.
ceremic cherub vase as a with Mrs. Robert Pace as co- RolK III GA.Ne.. "Is""" ;tiul row, (Mat Ham k
J.D. Odom second Mrs.
In First were ; EllKtlH'lOf
Of Mr. Jackson BaptistMiss hostess.
golng-away gift. Hilda Dey and Mrs. Lex Green MOUTHS, SAW MINUTES
AIC Billy Dean Thompson who The refreshment table was The marriage of Miss Brenda
Susan Alvarez served as flower were third and Miss Norma
Wanda Linette Lewis covered with white cloth ;
has been home on leave, has a lace Guinn to Lynwood Walters will Canova
and Curtis
been assigned to Patrick AFB daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ElmerE. girl and was attired the and centered with a bride doll be an event of Saturday, Aug. Sanders were
for two years. Lewis of Starke, and Mervin same as the attendants. Ricky cake. Assisting In serving were 22, at 2:30: p.m. in the chapel fourth.
Mrs. Don thompson and child- Harold Jackson, son of Mr. and Braswell was ring bearer. Miss Arden Simpson Miss Paige of the First United Methodist The club meets every Tuesday
The bride, given In marriageby night at 7:30: p.m. in the Pratt
Mrs. Gerald Jackson of Hampton Simpson and Miss Blair Simp-
left ,
ren this week to join En- Church, Gainesville with a reception -
Engagement Told sign Thompson in Guam where Iowa, were united in mar- her father, wore a formal following In the church street Recreation Center and Is DIXIE CHEMICAL COMPANY,,
he is stationed with the Navy riage Friday, August 7, at 8 full length gown of Venlse lace son.Games were played and prizes fellowship hall. open to all bridge players.

Mr. and Mrs. M. M. McRae for two years p.m. in the First Baptist Church over peau' designed with an em- awarded. AJl 1 friends and relatives of the STARKE
announce the engagement of their with Rev. VV.A. Hogan performing pire bodice encircled with Among the 35 guests were Mrs. couple are invited to the weddingand wife of Starke Builder Supply
daughter Allegro Tryphenla the candlelight, double-ring, jeweled scalloped lace, ruffled Jack Hogan, mother of the reception. Mrs. Ludwig KIblbok, Starling's FRM Feed StoreEflwpi"1
Abdolrazzagh Alivandi, son of Candy Stripers ceremony. lace neckline and bishop sleeves honoree, and Mrs. W.II,Edwards the late LudUlbok, solo bassistof Grocery

Mr. and Mrs. Hoseln All All. Decorating the altar were large with wide cuffs. The A-line skirt Jr., mother of the bridegroomelect. Ladies AuxiliaryTo the Munich Phllharmonlca the RIchard
of -
vandi of Abdan Iran. Elect OfficersThe white baskets of gladioli, mums featured a border of scallopedlace chestra and teacher LAWTEYJ.
Miss McRae Is a 1969 graduateof and daisies against a backgroundof and a brush chapel train Meet Aug. 24 Strauss Conservatory, is W. Waters Store
BUS golden arch and spiral candel- bordered with re-embroidered Dennis Dowling of visiting her uncle and aunt Capt ThompktGrocerv
and a graduate of Santa Candy-Stripers met Aug. Denise and
A semi-halo of lace
Venice lace.
Fe Junior college Practical II and made plans for the com- abra and fern trees. leaves accented with Jeweled organza Bushnell are vi,'**ng their uncle The Bradford County Volunteer and Mrs. L. Erhard. Brooks Oreen'. Sloes

Nursing program.Mr. ing year. The following officers Paul Faulkner n, organist, and bows secured her multi- and aunt. Mi. and Mrs. C.R. Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary -
genera: glor
Alivandi Is a graduate of were elected: president, Pam William George, soloist, pro- tiered veil of silk Imported illusion Scogglns, thin week. will meet Monday, Aug. 24, Mr. and !Mrs. E.L. Matthewsand Hampton
Santa Fe College and is enrolledat Kicks; vice-president Gloria vided a program of nuptial music. net. Her only ornamentwas at 7:30: p.m. at the home of Mrs. grandchildren Kevin and I.nlie Butler Snlre lOA
the University of Florida Crews; secretary, Linda Powell; Marvin Jackson attended his a heart shaped necklace Thirty-five descendants of John Don Hardenbrook on West Mar- Mary Miller, left Thursday for
where he is majoring In Nuclear treasurer, Carol McKinney; sar- brother as best man, and ushers with a diamond setting. She car- and Mattie Byrd Paulk attendeda ket Road. Each member Is urgedto Vicksburg, Miss, to meet the Mary Carter Pai.'ls DIstrlbutor. .
Engineering. geant of arms, Pauline Peterson. were Thomas Arthur Lewis, ried a nosegay centered with family reunion at the Crosby attend and bring two wrapped children's parents after spend- Phone 964-7025
A December wedding 'Is Plans were discussed for an Mark Baun and John C. Sullivan. cymbidium orchids and featured Lake home of Mr. and Mrs.Dave "white elephants" gifts to be ing the summer with Mr. and

planned.Mr. awards and scholarship banquet. sister Miss as Kay maid Lewis of honor.served Bridal her carnations, stephenotia and Ivy. Paulk on Sunday. used as bingo prizes. Mrs. Matthews at Kingsley Lake.
There will be - - - -
a car washonSept. attendants Misses Cathe- A reception was held In the
19 and a trip to Crescent Beachon were
baskets of
church annex where
rine Lewis sister
of the bride
Aug. 22.Projects. and Ernestine Lester.Terri Dyal white gladioli, mums and daisies
: Scholarship fund, were used In decorating.Mrs. .
was junior bridesmaid. The attendants
food baskets; feeding patients, were gowned alike in- Ressle Colson greeted inette 'Drama
decorate Christmas tree, decorate -
blue dotted Swiss empire gowns guests at the door and presentedthem
patients trays on holidays,
with blue velventeen ribbon tied to the receiving line com-
and Mrs. James B. Parker and Fair booth. Duties for each in back. In their hair they wore posed of the bride and groom, CHOOSE CHROME BRONZETONE OR HARVEST GOLD
office were assigned. No more
of Hampton announce the birth bows of blue velveteen and dotted their parents and bridal at ,
of a son, David Clyde, on Aug. 12 new members will be accepted Swiss. They carried nosegaysof tendants. Mrs. Wilbur Waters
in Bradford County Hospital. until January. white daisies, blue pompomsand kept the bride's book.
blue satin streamers. The bride's table was covered
with a white satin cloth draped your
- - - -
with smilax with clusters of pompoms $ 9S

and carnations at the cor- pick
ners. Centering the table was a
four-tiered wedding cake topped
ONE SHOT SPECIAL with wedding bells, flanked by
silver candelabra with white tapers EACH 7 PC. SET

and decorated with blue \
William-Al .....
satin ribbons. Mrs.
varez and Mrs Robert Lewis &s

cut the cake.

-- ".,..,--. The punch table was covered
with a white satin cloth and

centered with a crystal punch w ,
bowl holding daisy floats.Aroundthe
bowl was a garland of fern
f.y Interspersed with pompoms.
Presiding at the punch bowl were
Misses Marilyn Bollinger Bev- 36"x 48"x 60"
erly McRae and Colleen Nichols CHOOSE t 1' E, two-tone top table.

and Mrs. Melvin Corbett. CHROME t .) Rich grey textured
Assisting in serving were Mrs. k .- chair covers. Gleam

$! Myrtice Nichols, Mrs.T.A.Yawn I ) ingchromelegs.Popular .
GG and Mrs. Charles Darby. t hest'
$8995 L
Following a wedding trip to :
--- Gatllnburg, Term, the couple Is ''N > .
residing at 337 N. Walnut Street. : d.Y1.1:
.- The bride traveled in a green Y :
knit dress trimmed In white with : :
I II I white accessories and the orchid ,
from her bridal bouquet.
YN3 Jackson Is stationed at
I I II Ii Cecil Field and will be dischargedIn T. uj "rte

i November.Mr. '

and Mrs. Dave Paulk attended -
a receptln last Friday
night in Pierson, Ga. honoring
,; -. oval shape
Lt. Col. and Mrs. John Roberta
Paulk, who are leaving next week CHOOSE : N j'r"t --. '' ,1- a } table, 36"x 48"x: 60"
for Bentwater AFB near London, ; j, in beautiful grained
+ '
f England. Mr. nd Mrs. Paulkwlllalso BRONZE SSA -' Canadian Walnut top.

I attend a cocktail party Satur- + r. Bronze Sunburst

day afternoon at the home of Mr. v,, r chairs, bronzetone
and Mrs. G.H. Council Sr. in $899S i ti;, f. ; ,. *,;r finish; with elegant

.......'-,. Ruskin for Lt, Col. and Mrs. :,, 1, r! wire-top decoration.
Paulk. r + .,
j I
ti s I

Mr. and Mrs. Coy Taylor of
Macclenny were Monday visitorsof
L.L. Conner and Mr. and Mrs.

Felix SaPP.SERVICE. a n r ..




!Siinrtav Mass! 10 am. CHOOSE

Brown 30" Gas Range Thursday )...., 6M p.m. HARVEST 36"x 48"x GO"

:Mleaculous Medal Noreaa: rectangular pineapple-
Saturday, 7 p.m. GOLD r iw' + 'cy t ? rosewood top. 6 bright

etr ,f 6' +t colorful chairs. Harvest
ST. UILLIAM'S. Keystone 1 r rtr gold finish

Automatic-All PorcelainNo Heights ... $8995
Completely sunday: Ma 8:30: a.m.

Matches- Life Time Burner Wetnesdajr 7 p.m. Mats *. Novena,

Choice Of White Or Coppertone ST. MARY'S Macclenny j

Sunday, Sian: 1} Noon ,

$ 13 995 THE BRADFORD r


Published every' Thursdayat + 1fors

Save Save Save Starke 1.18: ,W.Florida Call Street 32091 o a

Second class postage paid
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SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES In Subscription trade area: Rates 13.04 per:

year' ; $2.75 six months

Outside trade area $3.50

332 W. Madlflon St. OM "=,.7101 per year; 13.00 six months 13. w. III 3t. Phone 96-.5827& Starh, Florida.

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Mrs. L.C. Standard and Mrs. Mrs. J.R. Cannady of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Jan Douglas of \
Annette Je/ins:;; have returnedto was last Wednesday Louisville Ky.; spent Sunday to { ,. .:
their home 'in West Frankfurt; overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs Wednesday with her pare Dr. i I'
HI. after eight days visit with C.S. Haddock and Mrs. H.G. Bolllnger. Mrs. \
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early. Bollinger accompanied tttom back
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holm a as far as Mobile, Ala. where
Mrs. M.J. Pickering of Lake- Tampa were weekend guests oJ she Is visiting another daughter -
land spent the weekend with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Lawson. Martha, until Sunday.
and Mrs. L.N. Pickering.
Bryon Terwlllegar m, a jun- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas '... LOOK bHATBftLDwsN
Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Mus- ior at the College of Charleston attended a supper at the home of
sollne of Hazelton, Pa. were Is expected) home the lat- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nichols at
visiting their son and daughterlaw ter part of the week. Crescent Beach Sunday.
'- Mr. and Mrs. John Mus-
..ollne, last week. Mrs. Michael: O'Brian and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cooperand
children of Miami spent the first son of Durham, N.C. were (
Mrs. Marguerite Barker had of the week with herparents,Mr. Sunday night guests of Mr. and
as visitors last Wednesday,Mrs. and Mrs. T.H. Slade. Mrs. C.L. Cooper .

Elizabeth Ridge of Springfield.Term. ,
., Mrs. Kate Ridge and Mrs. Miss Edith Williams of Cor- Mr. and Mrs. sje Chasteen '
dele, Ga* and Mrs. Lorena Shivers Jr. and family attended the Nobles -
Louise Edwards of St.Augustine
Kate of Asnburn\ Ga. were Fri- family reunion at the homeof ,
Mrs. Agnes Howard, Mrs. ,1CHEVROLET :
Chester and Mrs. Richard Diehl day to Tuesday guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Watsonon \ AM

cfPalatka. and Mrs. E.D. Tenly.Ed St". Simons Island on Sunday. NEW cotton LENGTHDoubleknit interprets the new-

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blakewoodand Yarborough of Harbel, LI- Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansbyhad est look in fashion: the midi
two beria, Africa several as Saturday dinner guests dress with round scoop neck
daughters recently spent day
line and the longer length
moved to Starke from Waldo last week with Mr. and Mrs. on Mr. Dansby's birthday: Mr. sleeves. By Miss Ingenue the lifts FOR yourAMD
and Mrs. Roy J. Andrews
and are residing In Green Acres. Ed Walnwrlght dress comes in brown navy
Mardis and
Mr. Blakewood Is area forester Mrs. Larry daugh- or burgundy.Mrs. .
here for Container Corporation.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Kinchen ter of Jacksonville, Mr.and Mrs.
and say Larry, of Jacksonvillewere Micky Dansby of Gainesville and
Nancy Canter and daugh- Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall and Wlllard Wym and daugh- ,
ter, Mrs. Bruce Helnlcke, and Mrs. Merrill Edwards. ions of Theressa. ter, Sheila returned last Thur-
family spent last week touring day from two weeks vacation In IIH NOT Tl/LKJNG/
Miss Joyce Humphrey,former .
South Florida and visiting relatives Among those attending the Miami. .
ly of Townsend, Md., visited tip
In Eau Gallic and Miami. Cross and Sword production In
The Helnlckes returned to their St." Augustine Saturdaynlghtwere Mrs. H.L. Brownlee and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John Rock and
home In South Hadley, Mass. on Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas, and Mrs. J.R. Chasteen Jr. last son. Guy, of Coral' Gables are ABOUT 1Jf,9GEd1JICENO
Monday after two weeks visit." Mr. and Mrs. Fate Brown and Thursday and Friday while en- spending! several weeks at their :r:=::
Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Brown. route to North Port Charlotte, summer cottage In PIne Breeze Wr,
Joining the family on Sunday, Fla. where she will make her Ye
.were Mr. and Mrs. Carl White subdivision "BurL
home. REG'
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sllcox '4. + +
cf Miami Mr. and Mrs. Thur- '+
visited Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Biggs V (
man Fllppln of Nashville, Tenn. In Orlando over the weekend. Mrs. R.O. Dansby and brother Andy Jordan of Live Oak Is r <
and Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Til- Roy J. Andrews, of Jacksonville spending several weeks with Ms
ley of Jacksonville. Mrs. Jimmy Newman and child spent Wednesday to Friday with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.HA. : USED
ren of Pompano spent Thursdayto their mother, Mrs. Marvin An- Lawson. CfiRVftLUES/
Robert Linn (Bob*.j) Dodd's Tuesday with her parents,Mr. drews in Ozark, Ala.
name was Inadvertantly left off ind Mrs. Roy Clemons. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale spent
of the list of students who arecandidates SKC and Mrs. Joseph Belche the weekend in Tampa with Mr.
for graduation from Jimmy Dowling has returned and frnlly, who have spent the and Mrs. Keith Glllingham and
Santa Fe Junior College at the after three years tour of duty. east ten days with their parents, family on Kathy Gilllngnam's 6th
end of Summer Term IA which Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Caldwell: and birthday.
ended Aug. 13. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper Mrs. A.C. Belche In Lake Butler,
attended the Cooper family reunion left Monday for Norfolk, Va. Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns!
Mr. and Mrs. Rober Barks- at Hart Springs on Sun- where they will make their home. and Mr. and Mrs. Louie Wainwright -
dale and daughter, Vickie, and day.- of Tallahassee returned
Carol Bloodworth are In Atlanta Judge and Mrs. T.A. Yawn Sunday after two weeks at the 1967WT
Monday to Thursday where they Maj. and Mrs.William K.Booth and daughters spent last weekat Johns summer home in Glen-
will visit Six Flags over Georgia. and family of Fort Walton Beach their cottage at Whittier, N.C. vllle, N.C.
were weekend visitors of her r 6 ro.
Mrs. Billy Dealing and sons parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Mrs. A.G. Yongue and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Allen Price AC ,
of Jacksonville were Sunday Cressler. Thelma Dean of Fairfield were and sons of Port St". Joe are 10/7
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L.D. last. Friday visitors of Mr. and visiting herparents,Mr.andMrs. uLL POWER VMR c....
Green. Marian Dowling was In the Mrs. J.G. Caldwell. M.B. Jordan this week.
Gainesville Medical Center from ;
Mrs. George B. Flynn Sr. and Monday to Wednesday for ob- Capt. and Mrs. Franklin Ritch /
granddaughter, Neva Jayne,spent servation. Mr. and Mrs. .David BrownIng of Fort Rucker, Ala. were visit-
Thurnrtav tn Sunday at Fort Walton who spent the past twe weeks ing his mother,Mrs.Hazel Ritch DELTAS
Beach with Lt"..Col. and Mrs. Mrs. Hardy Deari and family] at the Merritt Williams cottage over the weekend.
Richard KIdd. on Klnraley Lake,had as visit-
of Chlefland were last FricJa.ysupper
ors Mr. and Mrs. John R. Buck- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson of C.L. Cooper. ley and daughter of :Sarasota, and family of Cocoa spent Thurs- LOflOED >$ /995
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hazen ofOrmond
Merritt Island were recent visit- day to Sunday with mrs. Carolyn
ors of his parents, Mr and Mrs. : Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Redgrave and family. "
L.H. Gibson. Mrs. W.E. Weeks of Tal- Theodore Rosier of Ralford, and OLDS TbRoNADo 1$ 295t2962 !!
lahassee Is spending this week Mrs. Gloria McKelvey of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson
Gray Flynn and Brad Carter with Mr. and Mrs. George K. sonville. spent the weekend at Daytona
spent last Tuesday to Friday In Bennett at Klngsley Lake. The Beach. i j / ; VIHyl. Tap 'RED pRINTCHE.VY
Atlanta with Dr. Glenn McClane. Bennetts also had as weekend Mr. and Mrs. Bobble Sheller -
guests Mr. and Mrs. Everett had as Sunday visitors, Mr. Kent Smith of Tampa, Bailey CUSTom CoupE
and Abrams of Orlando. and Mrs. Donald Tilley of Jacksonville Burgens of Perry, and LL.Balk- j
Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Cclson and Mr. and Mrs. Thurman corn of Morris, Ga. are guests 1'
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moody Miss Lillian Stump and Mr. Fllppta of Nashville. Teen, Mr. this week of Don Hardy. I
daughters spent last week at and Mrs. Brian Hamilton at- and Mrs. Carl White and family /1169
Blowing Rock and Kings Moun- tended the christening of their of Miami, and Mrs. Bruce: Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave was I
tain, N.C. nephew, Frederick Todd Thom- Helnickt and children of South vacationing the past two weeksin
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen son, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Hadley Mass. Tampa, Miami and Cocoa with //9b9
and daughter spent the week- Thomson, In Monticello on Sun- friends and relatives.
end with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner of Orlando
Mrs. Aaron Kandel and Mr. and day.Mr.. and Mrs. James L., Wig. was visiting her parents, Mr. AIC Frank Hardy of Bolling PLy. FUR .i.UN.T.
Mrs. Max Gruen In Miami and and Mrs. Barney McRae and AFB, Washington, D.C. will arrive y
gins and son Jacksonville were home today on two weeks //9,9
and Mrs. Leon Conner, on
attended a wedding. weekend visitors of Mr.and Mrs. Mr.
One Wiggins. Sunday.visiting The their Conner grandparents children were all leave. PS PB fCcyxU.Myi?/ INT

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- last week. Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Haddock FOR D r26'15QQ :; 5pS.
willegar Jr. attended the 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews, visited Mr. and Mrs.. J.B. Tal-
Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek Jr.,
National Introduction of FordsIn Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- ley m In Gainesville Sunday.
and Mr. and Mrs. David Canova IIR (XJ.D.'f95QQ
V8 ENe.
Las Vegas, Nev. last week. gomery and family attended the .
They also visited Los Angeles, returned Sunday from three Farnell family reunion at Hart Local admittances to Bradford
Calif and New Orleans, La. weeks "Heart of the Alps" tour Springs on Sunday. County Hospital this week Include $' /
In Europe. : Mrs. Guests Durden. Jack $ x595ooSOLID
F.JW1ter, Mrs. Edna Cottle,
-- -- ---- --
Mrs. Julie Rhoden, Mrs. FloyB. WHITE lJJ./ICk
Sullivan, Mrs. Leoma W.WIlson -

Mrs. Edith Christiansen, OLDS WZ Coupe 112 ?S2996b
What Do You Do Mrs. Jessie Chastain, Mrs.Edna .
Norton, Mrs. Mary Phillips
Marvin L. Lawson, Mrs. Mary AIR Coo. /TAVS CLeAN
Smelter, and Mrs. Gertrude /
Smith, Starke; Mrs. Mary C.
With Schaughnessy: Randall Chastaln mus TANG
and Mrs. Atha B. Copeland.Mel-
rose; Jim B. Shuman, Waldo; 1
LevI Rhoden, Eddie Dahlman and 1966
Mrs. Pearlle Rhoden, Hampton;
LonnIe Crews Jr.,Mrs.Gertrude I
Halle, and Mrs. Nettie H. Mann ,
z Lake Butler; Mrs.Elizabeth KaJI I
6Clerk's ser, Lawtey; Eddie Bryant Lulu;
Arthur AdkIns, Lake City; and 1967
Mrs. Charity Gllsson, Keystone

III. Heights. DODGE 5O0Di5 1967

Mrs. Inez Hamilton has returned

\A: ? Gainesville after Medical two weeks Center.In the i-O/JDGIJ DODGEr FORD

Randy Mrs. Sarah Barton of Atlantais
visiting her son-in-law and $t /895- 2 7V V8 t TON va
All 6 of us can't he Clerk, So I Ask that daughter Col. and Mrs. H.M.
you consider the following about all of us: Jr., this week. $695
JOHNS J oo $
Mr. and Mrs. A.N. Holliday $ /095
1. Educational background. returned last Wednesday after
ten days visit with their son,
FOR 2. Ability to perform the duties of office..
SP/5 Arthur Holliday, in Lees- pAINT..fl1qCON
:3. Knowledge of the needs of BradfordCLERK vIlle La. They also visited the ,
Astrodome In Houston, Texas.

1. Experience In dealing with the public. Santtt! Morgan Is visiting her
brother and sister-In-law Mr.
and Mrs. Leaton Morgan m In 1965
After investigating all of the candidates you must Tampa this week.

make a decision to vote for the one you feel will do the -414PLLH--I
best Job. GLASSFOR


I sincerely desire to serve as your clerk and aim L AUJSOA/ ERm/ JON S \\\i. 9.-301 North Phone 964-7500

pledge myself to energetically perform the duties of FOR EVERY PURPO5I 3TARK[37 'FLORIDA jjj

the office fairly and honestly.
SHEA'SGLASS WALTER IlLtI R'z.: ESrtMI SORDl1A"Sooner or later Your Favorite Dealer

I ask for your support and vote in the coming elec- CO.

tion. 373.415--372.4133

(Pd. Pol. Ar. till ""W. 4.* Pisa

AUG.: 20. 1970 -

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Blacks Ask Two Accidents tM1 t it 1 1 1AI' SR- 16 Land Fill CityBudget
Cause $1,000Property
(Continued from Page Onel) (Corftlnued from Page One) (Continued from Pare One) .

Recreation Board ChairmanJim ties. Sewer lines are the biggest on It later.
Bloodworth told the group Property damages totaling $1-] Carver says. The city: hasa The commission had sche- (Continued from Page One)
that: 000 resulted from two highway contract with Myrick, Inc. of duled a trip Tuesday for county
"You have a mistaken impression accidents during the past week. Gainesville to relocate sewer ; employees to Inspect three total of $44,660 from the city;
that everything the Recreation r lines. portable draglines that were available for 197071. The budget for the
Department has is William Perry Harden, 49,was Most of the 3,000 feet of gas at the Surplus Property current year Is 30615. The
bought out of hand. That's completely charged with improper changeof and water lines have been re- warehouse at Marlanna. But Increases are In salaries, $3-
: Inaccurate. Much equipment lane and driving without a located. But the water and sewer r Frank William reported the trip 320; services, $1,025; supplies
is donated. If it hadn't license as the result of an accident + line work has lust begun. What was cancelled when the county $1,400 and capital outlay,$8,300.No .
been we wouldn't! be where we last Friday on U.S. 301, Y makes It difficult is that service c was Informed that Florida State action was taken on any of
are today." just south of Starke. has to be maintained while the University; had bought all three the budget requests Tuesday
Bloodworth also told the youthsthe According to the accident report lines are being moved. machines. night. City; Clerk Merrill Edwards -
recreation program here has Harden changed lanes In Commissioners had thought a will now take the various
been developed by many persons front of a car driven by Fred portable dragline would l be use requests and compile a proposednew
who have given their time and Rhoden, 55, of Macclenny. Both ful in getting around to all the budget for the Council to
services without repayment lie cars were traveling south. Rho- county five sanitary land fills. work on.
told the young people to see den attempted to brake and his ZoningContinued Commissioner J.M. Norman
Director Rayburn if they wantedto car skidded 71 feet before strik- asked why the county's present *
work in the recreation pro- ing Harden's car in the rear. ( from Page Onei dragline is not being used. He The lady in the second
gram and assured them their Harden left the scene of the accident was told parta for it cannot be house from the corner demands -
efforts would be welcomed. CI that science developsome
and was picked up the
tamed for the Installation mobile
Requests made to the city grew following day in Waldo. Property; homes on property,and Tra- TENT-SHAPE-HancNomely Norman also asked why the sort of electronic device
out of a series bi-raclal meet- damage to both cars was esti- wick said he would not issuea styled and limply (cut this vcrMililc county's mower machine attached which will sound an alert
Ings in which the black group, mated at$800. ttkr septic tank permit for any cotton( canvas coot is to a road grader for whenever somebody approaches -
which claims It speaks for the ray to wear find 1 KIM-H over use on roadsides is not being carrying an un-
black community, has partici- No Injuries were reported in an mobile home or new construction suits beautifully Treated. for used. The board agreed to advertise cleaned fish. I
pated in recent weeks. accident Saturday when Sampson unless the owner could show that rain and .stain resistance it for
White, 61, of Brownlee Street S he had obtained a building permit. has Knap cjnxurpH on the fay September an 14 operator., a Monday was poned the first of the month meeting
Starke, attempted to make a left Trawick said the zoning code front and !giant hemline lmekets. | set as the date for the Commission's until the 14th. No decision: has
Canal. turn into the B & B Truck Stop was a great step forward for ( Its a Haineheetnh liy Na- next meeting. The- been made on whether to have a
'I. while traveling south on U.S.301. Bradford County and one that man.; mid-month meeting September
His car struck another vehicle, should have been taken years ago..u..uu. the board Labor decided Day weekend not to meet and post-over since the first one is falling late.

i Continued:! from Page One I traveling north on 301 and drivenby ..........................................__..u..u....u,uu...uu.Uu..
Charles Lyman Green, Jr., of STYLISH KNITPICKINGDouble). knit cotton provides r:::::: :::::::;:;:;:{:;:}.:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:::; :;;;:;:::::::::: -o.: : ::::::-e:::::::' '<<:'::'::;:::::::;:;:::::::;:::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::;::::::::::::
There has been much discus- Mlcanopy. Green drove his car $?
.two faxhiomible. wiw. to keep your knit. ubout you comfortahlv -
sion In the county over whetherthe off the highway in an attempt to .. # Reprint from Bradford :
this fall Ideiil fur l.issroom or office wear i is the long-
three railroad culverts,which avoid a collision. Damage to both Read His Record And
sleeved dirndl dress with h"sly" -hugging: : shirt top and wide side County TelegraphDecide 1j1
are at a higher;: level than the cars was estimated at$200.White belts'. that tie, in Link. At right, a chevron-patterned. pantsuit
culvert under SR-235, are not was charged with failure to yield with lung fitted I tunic iac.ket ;and (Lire. pants/ with fly front
holding up the water level. right of way. loth I designed;/: bv \V.i\ne Ho;.:er for. No Comment.: v
The railroad was brought into r: Who Is Speedy :;
the picture last May 7 when a I................... #
of residents from the three .f .; ,. Counting 1 f
group : '
) J I
lakes met here with Southern "This is still the land of J. I.11/. .J. .
Railway Track Superintendent opportunity. Where else could. VOTE 3 Best Bradford was that In.
J.L. Gelmlni. That led to the : QualifiedTo 16-county Northeast Florida (:;:
meeting in June with DeValle. you afford to have so many" I'i l ; 't ;i. frSLADE'S :: area to report complete Sr
things!:! you cun't pay for
:: .. i election returns In the Gov ::
---------------- -- - - - - - - ernor' race Tuesday night.
r:: f t r S erve A S This Information was ::
fL: ,.... ,.. given to a Telegraph reporter >
:3:# ': in the proceas of #:{:
phonlnf returns to UPIUnited '

APPLIANCE ::'::.:::::: CLERK 0 F T H E [ )Polls In Jacksonville.closed Press International at 7 p. m. rk fs:

: and the Governor's count y::>
:,; w.. completed In the coun :S
:::: CIRCUIT I I COURT ty's 17 precincts at 8:05. }
:::: This Is a far cry from several yi
:::: years ago when the
SALEBIG :::, North Starke precinct had ::
:: 2,500 voters and poll .:::
I i? workers uslnr the old tally ::'J::
[1 system, sometimes counted {':
votes through the night I and 1
:::: Into Wednesday' morning ::
:: CHARLES With the ::
: HARDY new smaller ::
r::::: preclncta' and the new sys ::::
:;:; tem of "sort and count" Instead ::::
}::; of tallying;. the ::::
FAMILY SIZE REFRIGERATOR i j. counting process has been ::;:
cut to a fraction of its ::
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{1 BUSINESSMAN former time. Bradford's entire -
:::::: vote was reported In by ::::
:: 10:30: Tuesday night, and ::::
just 30 % inches wide .... i': CIVIC LEADER could have been; done soon :f:
r;:::;::,: ,:,:,:,::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. ::::::::::::::::: :::::: er If some precincts 1; had ;:;:::
::: :::: yr phoned In their returnb a:* ::::
64 inches high' .1j{ 111j ; EXPERIENCED Instructed Election Manager :m I
ICE! :; Charles Hardy ;old..s ::.::

-r = illi MAKER iil! .- CHARLES HARDY Himself and wife :

?-4; <
14.7 cu. ft. No Frost Refrigerator. :jj; I;j Born June 13 1918 in Jacksonville. Married 1940 to Juanita McGauley, daughter of i ffi

', v _J Yns Freezer holds up to 147 Ibs. ;::: FOR :: r the late Rev. G. E. McGauley, Baptist Minister and former Moderator of the New River
Jet Freeze Ice Compartment, j :
.. Baptist Association. Principal and teacher in this for
.,uuuuunua"' 2 trays. :.:. :: many years.
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'"A Door shelves, removable egg bin. :?ti: ONLY 1i:::: {1: CHARLES HARDY His Children I
Twin vegetable bins.
I Butter compartment. :::: i:::i I }
I And, no defrosting-ever! I 49.95 Charlene (Mrs. Charles E. Francis) Financial Secretary, Bradford-Union Vo-Tech
111! Center, and pianist, First Baptist Church. Charles IV, Operations Analyst Data '

Model TBF-15SE :::: :::: i Processing Center, Alachua County Board of Commissioners Gainesville. Franklin I

j U. S. Air Force Washington D. C. Donald Santa Fe Junior College and Carol ,
Bradford High School. ::

ONLY $29'9 .95 t:>>} CHARLES HARDY Your Schools ;L't :;r i:

Served you as your School Finance Officer during the terms of the late Dr. W. E.

TV.T. I Middleton Hon. Arthur R. McRae and Hon. H. P. Morgan. I f fr

r CHARLES HARDY Veterans Education
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Assisted in the creation and development of the Bradford County Veterans Institute '
*! and was Its Business Administrator for three years. 1

Your Hospital

ti!* WASHER 5rj Served you as Chairman Board of Trustees Bradford County Hospital during its ffi

V construction and first years of operation. Your hospital achieved full accreditation

r after only two years of operation, a feat never before accomplished by any new hos-

pital. As a result the BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL story was the subject of the cover

Three Wash Cycles {* feature article In the Southern Hospitals Magazine (On file at hospital ) ffi

Three WLeFilterFlo .
Washing System

e Bleach Dispenser : Formerly associated in business with my two brothers Douglas P. Hardy and James E. ;;1

Soak Cycle Hardy, doing business as Hardy Brothers Motor Co. i

e Extra Wash ::i CHARLES HARDY Church Service _1

Up to 16 Ibs. Capacity

Heavy Duty Va HP Motor h; Member of the First Baptist Church of Starke Deacon and Member of the Board of Trus- #j
:;:: tees. Have served as Treasurer of the church since 1961. Member of the Missions :::fc
Three Wash/Two Rinse Temperatures -c Committee who was Instrumental in the creation and construction of the Morgan Road

Cold Water Wash and Rinse 1: Chapel.

Permanent Press Cycle with Cooldown j[

Porcelain Enamel Top, Lid Tub and Basket :
Unbalanced Load Control : Former member of the U. S. Marine Corps during World War II and the Florida National I
: Guard. Honorably discharged from both services.

199 In 1956 devised developed and Instituted the present system of counting your ballots. I

I s A system that Is errorproof, foolproof, and fast, fast fast. This system has been
used in all County and City elections since Its development.


, In 1963 the almost Impossible task of re-districting Bradford County was undertaken
and accomplished Bor the Board of County Commissioners and the Board of Public In-

332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-770J struction. This re-districting gave your county an equalized distribution of the
population, for better representation and Improved elections.


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Coffee PlannedFor Inspection they must work. stickers expire to have their Persona who don't care to wait
Station Director Frank Williams automobiles re-Inspected. That In line are urged to renew their
Sen. Mathews Station says the biggest problem leaves the station !busy the last Inspection stickers early In the
xa Bfc that many; motorists wait the
few davit of the month. month, Williams says.
Next Wednesday last few days of the month their

Schedule ...................... ................L...N.O.-...................
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Sen. Jack Mathews of Jack- Due to inquiries about the hour : r'ev'GEORGE
onvllle, a candidate for Governor the. Bradford County.Motor Vehicle 4 Vote I
of Florida on the Democratic Inspection Station remain '
ticket: will be In StarKe open. the schedule la published. .
Wednesday Aug. 26. from 10:45 below:
to 11:45 a.m.: reached off US-301!(Temple Ave.) W.
The Bradford County Com1DiU8e or SR-100 by turning onto Weldon I
for Mathews will sponsor : Street, Is open(Monday through r }
a coffee: at the Holiday Inn and LiiJ:1 Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 P.m. except
toe public la Invited to drop In lunch noon to 1 p.m., except for ROBERTS Jr
and meet Sen. Mathews at tide I w the last week In each month.
time. The station Is on Grand Street i
Matbewa Ilea serval. 14 yean off Weldon, between SR-100 and
In the Florida.Legislature and .m J US-301 and In back of the new
was President'of the Senate during courthouse. I I For
On the last In each I :
me 196U-/U>
session Bradford Area of Container CorporationSets month the station Is open from :
8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Inspection I t4r County CommissionerDistrict I
Safety Record Over Ten Years station employees are given the :C
JFoor lorTI.ouyl.t last Monday In each month off 4
A to make for the
up Saturday
Personnel of Bradford For- flee at Femandlna Beach. place award from the National :. No. 2
est Area of Container Corporation ) The men were commended for Safety Council for 1969 and a 4I I
By Mary Lee have been presented witha their accident-free record, extending regional award from the South- 4I I
special award for their "out back more than ten years, ern Pulp and Paper Safety Association i'r.J'z's. Experience, Business and Educational
Did you know that one of the standing safety performance" of and continuing so far Into 1970. for Improved wood .
oldest crops in the United 4,000 calender days with no lost It Is the best safety record to lands safely; operations In 1969. II II I Background To Serve You Rest. :
States is hops? Back in 1646 tune for a disabling Injury. be established by any of Con- Pictured above(from left)are: I.
settlers in what was then New The seven men of the unit.talner's eight management areas DePltch Green Joe Cissy. Ho- I
Netherlands planted hops because rare, presented the award by In Florida and Georgia.' ward Hanna, Dale Rye Shurley II II I Commission. One j
Howard Hanna, land manager, In addition to the local area Tetstone, Bob Blakewood, Ed- EXPERIENCE Term on Bradford County
beer and other malt beverages
and Clarence Taylor safety director award, Container's Timber Division ward Sullivan, Albert Sparks, I I Year as Chairman. ..
couldn't be brewed from the Container of- has also received second and Clarence Taylor. I
without them. I BUSINESS EXPERIENCE Manager and part owner of Harold C.
We don't hear much about Wall Insurance Agency. Wife and I owner and operators of Nancy's I
hops, perhaps.because there Chicken SupperTo starting at 5:30 for $L25 per Surveying/ vacation brochure Flowers. !
*.. Shotgun ,Schuttc says/
are less than 300 producers today plate. f
and all are located in only Be ServedAt Proceeds from the supper will he always/ pick. the resort I Born and raised in Bradford County. Graduate of Bradford High School .
four states-Idaho, Washington Demo RallyThe go for benefit of the Library fund., that sounds the wont to avoid Graduate of University of Florida with Degree in Business' Admin. i
and the public Is Invited to come disappointment '
Oregon, and California.But ietration.I .
early and enjoy a good meal be-
the current is i
crop ex.
fore the rally.
Woman's Club will .
pected to be about 40 to 45 Starke e a COUNT
a fried chicken supperat GO-TOGETHERS-Soft INTERESTED IN THE ENTIRE i iL..r.
million pounds, and over 21 sponsor Draft boards now will haveto anc i
the Democratic Rally on supple cotton velour
There fcas to be torn sort examine man's on I
million pounds of it will be ex young
Thursday, Sept. 3, at the BHS of lid en taxes. Say, at about conscience, which is tougherto sophisticated styling in coordi I
ported.A football stadium. Suppers and noted sportswear. An intricately 4 Your Vote and Support Appreciated
than .
16 percent more yon test than flat feet.DCrMTMENT Beamed 4
hop is something like a boxes will be served tunic with brass
small pine cone except that it take-out make. closures is teamed with yoked .. ._.......
trirh-fit pants by Koret of Celifornia
is yellow-green, and the petal' .
like scales feel loose and
papery. There are three principal -
varieties-Clusters, Fug- SAVE AT
gles, and English. They growon ,
wire trellises, 16 to 22 feet
high, and under favorable con Back-to-School: I
ditions have been known to fK'IM
hours.grow six inches or more in 24 STORES DEPARTMENT STORES I

The early settlers had quitea
good thing going for them

with the hop crop. By 1808 DISCOUNTSALE
they were selling more than 21
million pounds, about half of

what is produced today. But in our regular low $1.59 and
the 1920's the New York industry

wiped out was by a almost downy entirely mildew. SPECIALS comparable to much higher priced

However, other areas took
heed and learned to controlthe THUR-FRI-SAT ONLY r
disease so that crops could
continue abundant) in the PADDED orUNPADDED
Northwest. BRAS
Pacific '
i : ;

Hops are rather tricky to

harvest. They're in their prime Terrific value! Dacron polyester
with maximum brewing value and cotton bra that compares with
for only 5 to 10 days; so that ; ., the best of them. Cross-your-heart
must be harvested quick. L1 L1y C
I ly.they Then they are picked and fr.. ....... -, 99 styles. with adjustable stretch

cleaned dried and cured with _. / T r straps. Embroidered cups. ABC -
the moisture content reduced : cups

about 75 percent SAVE MORE. 3 FOR $2.85tv. '
After they are dried in kilns 6-PIECE REALTONE
heated to 150 degrees, the hops \\ .. .
require 12 days to cool. When )
the curing process is completed -' ;
they are baled-about STEREO CENTER '1.'t1. FABULOUS BUY!

200 pounds to the bale-and
shipped to breweries. v PANTY HOSE

Hops have four important "' a
properties which come into use
at the brewery. The oil impartsa compare $12488at ig selection! WKile. black,
characteristic aroma. The $200 neutral and marry colors Fin* [
bittering element and organic temle m sh will not bag. .I.Nt//
Stretch style or sizes S A T-XT
acid add to the pleasantly bit
ter taste, and the resin antiseptic Truly incredible value) Get AM-FM stereo
property helps in pres. t; multiplex) radio; 8-track tape player; 2

ervation. matched speakers, 4-speed turntable with
The brewer! uses only a small dustcover; and stereo headphones. Come in 1
quantity of hops, about a quarter and hear it you'll be amazed! STRETCH NYLON
of a pound to a 31-gallon e e

barrel. At that rate, the 44 .I.
million pounds of hops forecastfor SHELLSe' CHARGE
in this this '
use country
year would make about 176- _
million barrels of malt : .... PORTABLE CARPS
beverage. : rag.
)- $188
$388 $2.29

$12.95 value
I Beautifully tailored, fine. gauge -y.
$24.95 value Ross solid state radio nylon in choice of mockturtle.racer ,. -
I Instant-on, solid state, 8 4
$ V-neck and
19 batt.r.I / e or styles. Stripes
AFC no-drift tuning. leetalelectric. Case solids. Washable. S.M-L.
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our reg. $5.99Permanenl

E.Nhai .nS q L--T- 1 stitched front 00

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PANASONIC 9" TV CASSETTE RECORDER Elasticized waist, 4 colors

10-18. Great buy I
Abort This Personal portable with Great new Lloyds pushn.wSp..dOVeslon
Question: I I $6666 button recorder with $22
Instant-on picture and automatic level control
"I learned to my regret sound. New elide lever remote control mike and LADIES GIRLS
that tM revised Home tuning. detachable sun $89.95 value other quality features. $29.95 value
owner Policy does not screen. Batteries Incl. GIRLS 7-14 SPORT SHOES

cover theft or personal
property from unattended L-4 ORLON SLACKS reg. $ Q00t
watercraft or automobiles t 93.99
unless there is evidence of $
forcible entry. Can such 5 All new Fall styles
losses be insured by en. 2 'for f newest ornament and
Theft Coverage buckle accent. Leathers
doming a ,
Extension to the Home. reg. $2.99 ea. and vinyls. Ladies 5-10;
I girls 8'/i-3.
owner Policy? ROSS LLOYDS Bonded Orion that is

washable In flared leg LADIES TUUC DRESSY SPORTSprints
Charley: AM-FM PORTABLE RADIO-PHONO or solids. Elas- 1 $4.99 & $5.99
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NEWS ABOUT Washed your r..1 F W;;'

I SERVICE MENRichard plants lately- ? rr


I Foliage plants are like people Yellowing and dropping of Every source of air and water pollution in Northeast Florida
s -they, too, need a bath. leaves indicates soil or gas except in Duval County will come under the scrutiny of the "WE HAVE TO GO TO EACH of these companies and help
over-watering state during the next 12 them fill out the application for a permit, listing the volume
Plants won't tolerate a dally fumes, poor months, says the man who has been
scrub-down but take on a drainage or poor soil aeration. entrusted with the job. and kind of pollutants being discharged, degree of treatment,
healthy luster with an occasional Small leaves suggest tight or State regional pollution control engineer W. E "Buck" and so on,"Linne explained.
leaf washing. Dirty heavy soil mexture. lack of Linne estimates he and his assistant Howard Rhodes, will in "When we get it finished we will have what will in effect bea
foliage Is unattractive espe- fertilizer or not enough mois- ventory 500 air and water pollution sources scattered throughout complete inventory of all pollution sources in the region," he
>r cially in an otherwise spotless ture. the region. said.
Florida room. Weak growth or light green The project, which is to start in about two weeks, is neces- Linne said that the only county he won't be concerned withIs
If the leaves are heavy with color on otherwise healthy sary because state regulations now require every company discharging Duval County.
grime use soapy water, a foliage perhaps indicates too pollutants into the state's air and water to apply fora "Duval has its own pollution control program and we propose ,
soft cloth and a gentle touch. much light lack of fertilizer permit. that the inventory here be handled by them." '

Rubbing too hard will cause root-rot or poor root systems. : .. 0.

Injury. Yellowing wilting or soft ............................................t ...................................................................
Slightly dusty foliage will growth means too much heat ---------------------------------------------i
sparkle if polished with a or root Injury.
flannel cloth. Plant polishesare Small leaves and long inter-
available at the garden nodes are signs that theplants ; 1970' REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER
supply store. But before you are growing with too little t :
use them, be sure to read light or the temperature is : :
the directions.The too high for the plant.
proper watering of plants If you are just starting a : :
C. Turlington, 21; son .
is more important than giving house plant project here'resome .
Carson Turlington -
of Mr. and Mrs.
them a bath. To big a drinkor suggestions on containers. -
of Starke, was recently commissioned : :
a second lieutenant none at all spells disaster.In .
from the Officer general most house! plants :
upon graduation Wooden tubs are excellent :
Candidate School at the U.S.Army require a thorough soakingonce since wood prevents rapid .
Center, FortSUl, a week.Don't .
Field Artillery : :
drying out,of the soil Jar-
Okla. use cold water, as it lack .
diniers usually drainage
The primary subject taught shocks the plant. A small :
holes, which :
cause a
during the 23-week course was dash of water frequently .
gunnery, designed to prepare men makes the plant miserable. watering problem. Clay pots .
for officer duties in artillery are fine and can be paintedto .
Often the soil in the bottom .
units. Lt. Turlington was also blend with the colors in
trained in artillery survey and of the container becomes dry the patio. : NOW AT :
causing the plant to wilt or :
transport, communications, map Brass and copper are ideal
and aerial-photo reading, elec- die. Keeping the plant roots for table and mantle arrange- I
tronics, and leadership. soggy them. with water will kill ments. nut as these con- WELLS APPLIANCES : I i
tainers are usually small pay -
Navy Ensign Warren E. SprattJr. Most foliage plants grow wellat :
attention and
careful to water
., husband of the former Noreen temperatures between 60 Sales And Service 'L :
Wallace, of Route I, Starke, was and 70 degrees Therefore, fertilizer.Soil i Whirlpool I
promoted to his present rank in summer protect the plants is very important for -
while serving with the Naval house plants. Since theymust :
from being broiled alive by
,1 I
Air Reserve Training Unit,Jack- survive on a very small S
don'troast :
sun In winter
sonville. He recently completedthe rays. the best : TWIN MODEL .
amount give them I ,+
the r
plant roots by placing .
course Envlronmentallndoctrlnation at Pensacola NAS and the container in a ra soil mixture available Thereis : '' ..
222-lb. freezer
no best mixture. However "zero-degree"
will now proceed to the next diator. IlIJ(2( I Ql .
phase of training under the Naval Plants are also like peoplein a long-time favorite for many : Adjustable steel shelves :
Aviation Program. that they like their food homeowners is a mixture of O .
served at regular intervals. two parts peat and one part i Separate temperature controls :

The best suggestion on feed garden loam soil.If : --__ Q Adjustable door shelves :

Navy Airman Geral L.Sheets, ing plants is to follow the : Slide-out freezer baskets :
son of Mrsj Julia: Crawford directions on the container. you are hunting for plants j .
and husband of former Miss Use a complete fertilizer in that take little care and will : Just pick the capacity and features NOW ONLY :
Sharon M. Brannon, all of tablet or powder form. withstand much abuse consider -
Keystone tieignts, is a memoer If there are no directions on such plants as Bromeliads 4199Sa
of the Naval Air Reserve Train the container mix one tea- Dracaena Monstera Peper- I that fit your I needs.I Every one I of I our I _MODEL EVD19PA with_trade I

ing Unit at Jacksonville, Fla. spoon of a complete garden omia or Sanstvierla.: These .
He reports to his unit one popular side-by-side I refrigerator-freezers I
fertilizer in one quart of water plants don't seem to mind .
month to receive
weekend a .
train- Apply this strength solu- low light intensity or warm this I .
theoretical and practical : included in big selling event!
ing. tion every two to four weeks. dry rooms. C:: .-Li-**j.

University Experiment of Florida Stations Agricultural Plants that will grow in full I Whirlpool !

researchers give these tipson sunlight include Codlaeum S t c 7 r I I N xAd t/' :
diagnosing plant troubles. Phlloden- .
Cousin Fuseloyle has offered Dracaena Flcus, .
his Brown tips or burned marginsto drom selloum and sansevlerla. : = "
private to I
papers a -
leading university, which has leaves mean too much fertilizer Plants that will tolerate : ;; ONLY 29% WIDE :
suggested, in turn, that he you've let the plant dry soils are Bromelatds : f
contribute them to the nearest roots dry out or you've let Pandanus Peperomla Sans- Here's another big value In a family-size refrigera :
school's wastepaper drive. the plant become wind-burned. evieria and Scindapsus. : z i ik eo Mf tor-freezer. There's 15.0 cu. f ft. total capacity and :
? ia -- 1 It Includes a tremendous 147-lb. "zero-degree" .
: I I freezer. True No-Frost system Fast-freeze Ice :
tray compartment :
: Kirrr 1 Temperature control j
_- center for Individual :
: _ selection of cold WHILE, THEY LAST S
I + Super-storage doors.
cT "
qi1 2j $299.95 .
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: 499g .F- I :

i .;;.:,..... ' :.. I Big capacity Big value ;

i IVI,,, -- -.z- __ ---r"" :
trade ''$ 13.1 Cu. Ft. Capacity With 124 Ibs.

: 21.4 cu. FT.CONNOISSEURt. CONyENIENT .i "zero-degree" freezer :
No-Frost in refrigerator and :
: TWIN ......ifll. Rr, II'r freezer sections :

__ .blhL : NO-FROST REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER Ii Super-freeze ice tray ::
IT I- : This big-capacity side-by-side has every storage convenience rt 5! I Temperature control center .
S imaginable.' There's a 300-lb."zero-degree" "freezer, adjustable 3 t :
: steel shelves and a Jet-Coldt meat pan. In addition, you'll Now only :
: (find: Separate temperature controls Big,easy-rolling wheels I F!
S Super-storage doors An activated charcoal air purification ,,J) -;--- y'j'f..I $279.95 :.

: system Big, porcelain-enameled crisper Slide-out MODEf. EVT13J :
: freezer baskets Adjustable door shelves. It's an outstanding trade :
refrigerator value see it today!

: Models also available with ''ceMa Ic' automatic ce maker...come see the !

::) : 0 ABOVE COST ON ALL s' .I;



We Don't Turn Our Backs ....


OnAnyLegitimateMortgage I Many Hot Days LEFT --- Don't wait until Next Summer and Pay The Full List Price .I


Loan Request! We Have Good Used Air Conditioners .-. Refrigerators -- Electric Ranges and i.

i Gas Floor Heaters. !


's Wells Appliances Sales AndService t i I I's

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rTbeHouseofSavings" p0/l" n'.a.'a.Mi'WtJt*MMMOM 1x011 CTOT .s_ When You Buy From Wells -- It's a Complete Job --- We Do our own Plumbing and Electrical Work. .:

2 Miles South -- 301.Phone 964-6061 M. C. (Cuh a) Wells, Owner :

PAf.'K; Ii 'rEl1; icAI'rl AW!. 20, 1970) :..........................................................................................................:.

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BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL Gulf Team Upsets Rebels .. .N :.
Edged ''FI htlnlC Tornadoen" .. t. .t; t ifir."lI
1970 Varsity Foothill: Schedule .
Sept. 18 Maeclenny ____ .0 Horn For Men's Softball Title .
._ .
Sept. 25 Bishop Kenny Away f
Oct. 2 St. Auffuftllne Horn and the 1970 Cbamp1oaa .the ..
For State Title Od 9 LIve Oak _- 0 Away Cunningham Gulf became the Gulf team was again led by PatMcLeod's Typewriters I
Ot-t. 18 Bone __ __ _- _On fond 1970 Men's Softball Championsby Including ..
Od. f3 Pala&b __ Away downing the Recreation: Dept. perfect 3-for-3. ..
Garden Restaurant'.b1d tocap. Oct. 30 Green Cove ____0'".- Away Rebels four straight games in a home run over the .. ADDING
Hatch- ee MACHINES s
Day week-end. Nor S Fernandina Home the Playoffs.The fence In the 6th,and Harry .
ture the State AJ5.A. Championship
"As Commissioner of District er's three-for-four. Randall Davis .
Nov 13 Orange Park Home Rebels, winners of the
was thwarted by Jo's House n of the Florida Amateur Softball Nov 20 Santa Fe __._ Away first Half and tied for the second also had two hits for the ..
Milton ...
of ,
Pizza. Florida run- Association and as Recreation Half with Cunningham, need- Champs. Ken Carlton only had CALCULATORSSale i
ner-up in the World Tournament Director for the City; J. V. SCHEDULE ed only two wins to take the one hit but It was a big one, a .
the past two years. of Starke. congratulate the Car- Sept 17 Eall&slde (IG'vllle) Rome Championship( while Cunningham Home Run in the 4th Inning. .
Garden won Its first game 6-5 den the achievements Ronnie Griggs S: Service Rentals :
players on Sept 24 M8C'c1f'nn" u__ Away had to win two Just to get Into John Powell ,
over the defending state chumps the team attained this year" Oc& I Orange Park ____ Home Playoff.The and Dean Johns each had a hit ., .. .
the Championship
Grandpa's Bakery of Ft.Laudltr- says Recreation Director Gene Oc& 8 ucholz (C'vllle) _. Home for the Rebels. Bradford Telegraph !
first Cunning- County
saw :
dale to gain the finals of the Rayburn. Oct. IS Palatka n. Away game Overall Cunningham Gulf i
ham outhlt the Rebels 13-9,while
winners bracker..Pizza,with Ode 22 !;t.Augustine _. Home 28 hits In
"This team has the respectof scored 15 runs on
four All-World players including the entire State as a very fine Oct. Z9 LIve Oak __ __ H Away winning 93. Wayne Sapp' with the four game play-offs. . . 1 i: Phone 964-6305 !
H.T. WaDer, the World's group of athletes and we feel they Nov. 5 Green Cove __ Away three-for-four and W.H.for Johns the, ..........................................
Most Valuable Player of 1969, have represented Starke and the two-for-four L ____ were tops ---------------------l. --------------
Cene Melvin and John a-
just simply had too much stick wumers. ,
District extremely well. I feel -
Powell, each had two hits for
power" lor the Garden and sent by their.conduct: this year, they the losers. -- -...- Vote For And ElectE. I
them to the losers bracket by Tornado
earned the support of this
The second wasn't de-
the score of 16-3. game ... .
Garden then became winners community.; cided until the last Inning as .., :'

of the losers bracket by eliminating "ThejGarden. will be the host CoachingStaff the Into score the bottom was tied of the 4-4 7th going In- W.
Grandpa's. 14-3. In the team in the State in 1971, which : '
tournament ning. Cunningham then came i
finals of the Milton
will be hosted: by the Starke Recreation with the i
through winning run
once again used their big batsto "
Department. IsComplete on a walk and three hits. I I(0
win the game 10-5 and withit
the state championship. Harold Godwin with three-for- HODGESCOUNTY
three, Harry Hatcher, Paul Mc- ,
Milton will now advance: to .
Leod. and James Williams with 1
the Regional Tournament to be Whatever may be laid two hits each led the Gulfs &}
held In Jacksonville this week- / "t-:
against the business of base attack. Dale Brown had two hits I
end (Aug 21-22)) to attempt to ball It doesn't discriminate
for the Rebels.In ,
earn the right to make the trip against people oa account of Four new coaches recently the first of the .r I
game .
rounded out seven
to Detroit and the World Tourna frequently employingsenior hired have a
ment. The Garden will age member Bradford High athletic championship play-off; Cun-
partici- cllliens of 27 to 30. COMMISSIONER
up ningham continued their ; -
pate In an Invitational tournament staff headed by veteran head aggressive fhe L
in St. Petersburg Labor coach and athletic director David play, as they downed
Rebels 10-6. Finding themselvesdown r.t
"I believe it's the best over- 1-0 after the 1st Inning, i District 4County- At- Large
they exploded: for 7 runs on
all staff since I've been here,
six hits to take a commanding
the veteran AD.
Re-Elect says
7-1 lead.
Football coaching assignmentswill The Rebels fought back, scattering
have House again tutoringthe five runs over the next BEST QUALIFIED 1
J. M."BUCK". offensive backfleld. Coach six Innings while the Gulf boys
NORMANCounty Mike Sexton, who will be coach picked up three more In the
with the most experience other fourth to win the game 10-6. 1
than Hurse will head defensive The Gulf team out it the Fee
line coach. Rebels, 13-10, with Paul Mc- COUNTY WIDEA
Coach Jerry Reese 31, who Leod's 3-for-3 and Wayne Sapp's 11III.
Hurse says has a fine football 3-for-4 leading the way. Harold .
'' background, will be head offensive Davis and Ken Carlton also had 1 ...
line coach. He replaces two hits each for the Gulf team. I
Gene Melvin had a perfect night
Coach Chuck Mason who resigned
,. Commissioner to return to school to at the plate as Ronnie he went three-for-and Vote For E. \1. Hodges Is A Vole For A Man Who Has
work on his doctorate. Coach three while Griggs
District 2County.At.LarP Hurse terms Mason a veteran Dean Johns had two hits each The Ability To Get The Job Done Because Of His Many
for the Rebels.
of seven years at BUS, a valuable .
coach and a good friend he The final game was really frustrating I II Years Experience In Dealing ith People.,
"hates to see go." for the Rebels as 'they I
could manage Just two runs and
Coach Jim Duncan will have three hits all coming In the first
+ Experienced charge of the defensive secon- Inning. The Gulf team started FAMILY MAIN LAND O\\\ NER TAX PAYER __ I II
rr dary and will also handle the things off,, scoring two runs In
pass receivers offensively. the top of the first Inning, but
Young Coach John Allen another new- the Rebels produced what was I :
Your Vote And On 8 Dill Be Greatly Appreciated
comer, will be head Junior varsity to be their only hits and runs I Support Sept. I II
Qualified ; coach. He will be assisted in the bottom of the Inning to
by Coaches George Loper and tie the game 22.Cunningham I (Pd. Pol. Adv.l t
Impartial Roland Henderson another new then scored three t
comer. runs In the fourth and two more '
Three BUS coaches have re- In the six to take die game 7-2,
Reliable signed. Young Jim Garllngton
has moved over to Orange Park

Taxes Taxes Taxes and moved Coach to Lake Jake City;Bradley Mason has.. HAMPTON


Where is the High Taxes GoingTo from The six staff to has seven been members.increased Of By Mra. D. E. BIO

Stop the newcomers: .. ..

Reese has ben assistantcoach Election of officers for the
six years and head coach two Hampton Area Fire Departmentwas
REPRINT FROM REPRINT FROM years at Savannah, Tenn. Reese, postponed to August 31.when Building Supply CenterNorth
BRADFORD COUNTY Hurse says, has worked under only six attended last Thursday'smeeting.
TELEGRAPH FLA. TIMES-UNION some outstanding football coa- The meeting Is set for
ches and has an excellent foot- 8 p.m., with the fire siren to
Holding the line on taxes the By THORNTON HARTLEY ball background. blow at 7:45. A fire chief, assistant -
Bradford County Commission Staff Writer Duncan, 28, worked one yearat chief, and secretary-

ending a series of scheduled TRENTON The tax rate, under Bay Coach High Leonard In Panama Register City treasurer Mrs. Harold are to Rhoden be elected.was takento Cherry Street(Behind Old Big Dad Building) i
budget meetings Adopted in Gilchrist County will jump
Hospital last
who has since returned to Bradford Bradford County;
the balanced budget. Momore than 4 mills, according;
County; and Is principal at Thursday for
tion to adopt came from to a tentative by the County budget Com-approved Hampton Elementary. Duncan and Mrs. Buford Parkerare PHONE 964-6078
Buck Norman. also has two years experienceon the parents of a son, David
mission. the Junior college level. Scott, born Thursday, Aug. 13,

Re-Elect A man who is Against Allen, 25, was a defensive at Starke.Bradford Mrs.County Ernest; Hospital Green in Is Come In And Browse Through Our Completely Remodeled Building-

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l ..-...-.- Movies II rMDeeeOe4leeeeDDOI FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM .t One of four modelsKammback-

I wagon in new Vega line:
alC- J :
.! Top film fare here this week- hitchhiker. Steiger, a traveling [
end will be tip double bill of sales executive, picks her up and .: i \,
I "3 iiflb won't go?' and "Here uses the nymphet to ooDose hu
We Go Round The Mulberry frigid 'wife (Gtftss Bloom) and top 1 C S ; IL- I _
Bush" showing four days Sun the resulting triangle changes
I day-Tuesday, at the 301 brl.> .."- the lives of all three. ? .
In. Teenage Barry Evans can think By PAUL C. FORAKER i iEdijer
Judy Geeson, Britain's teenage about nothing but girls In "Here Information Services I Ir EM
film sensation and star of five iVe Go..." and his efforts with __ } f fA
movies Including "Prudence and the feminine gender result In
the Pill," stars In both. nothing but trips around the Mulberry Anyone who doesn't believe brought before a large city fam- ___ _
Rod SteIger and Claire Bloom, bush. Then he meets Miss alcoholism is a real problem in ily court are directly or indirectly i
real-life ex-spouses, portray a Geeson who Is friendly, pretty the United States is living in a attributed to alcoholism. ____ l
couple whose marriage Is on understanding and One( thinks; little world of his own. Twenty-five thousand deaths aT, fir" l
the rocks In "3 Into 2 Won't strickly for him. Affecting some 6V4 million and 800,000 crashes due to drink- ? y1
Go." Miss Geeson gives a pro- Both films are shot In color Americans, alcoholism causes an ing drivers and pedestrians occur -
vacattve portrayal of a teenage and are. rated R, recommended estimated loss to industry, nationwide in the United States each
of more than two year.
1 fff1fuI i ii1iiiii1i1i11i 1i1 i 111H1 il 1 11ii1 1ij l m ljmI: Ii::: 1 1: 1mj1: 1 1 1 1 li1 1 1 i1 11 i1ili111 1 1i ii1 i1 i1 i111f1 1;@ billion dollars each year. Ten to 25 percent of all famIlies s .
Fifty percent of all first admissions on welfare have an. alcoholic
I m: to mental hospitals suf. member.

11 m 11 il ConcernedAbout 1I mt \\\\\\ fer delinquent Thirty from youths 40 percent':come of from all holics.suicide Thirty-three subjects are percent chronic of alco-all : T &

homes in which excessive drink Now these figures are on a

I ing or alcoholism exists on the nationwide basis, but the storyis new type of sports wagon blending improved handling stability with cargo carrying utility is the
Your part of one or both parents. essentially the same here in Kammback wagon model of Chevrolet's 1971 Vega 2300 economy car line. This four-passenger fun-
3 Schools? -GOING-H're'li fashion
Fifty percent of delinquent Florida where 180,000 residentsare likely to succeed a on to-drive vehicle has a rear window-door that lifts for maximum accessibility and a fold-down rear seat ..
drivers involved In fatal auto classed as alcoholics. or off. In soft cotton for extra load capacity.This is one of four Vega models. Better handling than usual economy ears, Vega
1III1 ; !IIII!! accidents are alcoholics. This is the reason for the exIstence campus velour, the simple A-line shane has a new, domestic-built lightweight( overhead cam engine to fill performance needs of American
Forty-nine percent of all police of Florida Alcoholic Re- is! accented with a navy patent drivers. It gives impressive fuel economy and low emissions. Among "firsts" in economy cars are
............ :\ ')j..... ........... arrests are for alcohol-related habilitation Program. The Legis- lace helt. Its by Gay Gibson. Vega's power-flow interior ventilation (with air exhausted through louvers on rear fenders), comfort-
::' Elect ::: offenses: 63 percent of these involve of the Sunshine State 4 able molded foam seats and steel side-guard beams in the doors. Vega models go on sale in Chevrolet
:::::: :::::::: alcoholics. lature '
dealerships on Thursday, September 10.
i111 !,. 11ii 1 111m Forty percent of the problems some importance 16 years of ago trying recognizedthe to do r h

........ .,...,.-.. .; (- ..t....;.i. something about alcoholism in ?

1 m1j .w'91 a.1 f"11 BlaineTHOMPSON I t 1 1I for An mature MGM audiences underwater only.JourneyInto Florida Today FARP and thus is created recognized wk d de du My; Neighbors

Inner space an action packed being one of the top alcoholic
I western will screen at the Drive- rehabilitation programs in the ,
: i in Thursday, Friday and Satur- nation. rVr! VOTE
........ .\r .......: day, Aug. 20-22. Starring Robert Purpose of FARP is basically ,
i i i11i" ; iii1i i1 Ryan Chuck Connors, Nanette two-fold-that Is, prevention and I :
:::::::: :::::::. Newman and Lucian Paluzzi, treatment of alcoholism. But it .st K' for
,: "Captain Nemo and the Under- also serves in a very important i .G
j j 1 fijm water City" Is an MGM pro- third way-that is, training .
$'' ject of the exploits of Jules others, such as public health
School Board
1. [j f1 Verne's character, the legendary nurses, vocational rehabilitation ,
/ Nemo. "The 5-Man r SUPPORT
:::::::: A _1 District No. 1 :::::: Army"captain depicts the exploits of personnel officers: ,and probation students and to parole help t I

five men, each recruited for his alcoholics with whom they comein
particular skill, as the down-on- contact. ,

I He Cares Too! I their-luck heavily nothing guarded oulntet to lose gold goes but shipmentwith after their a FARP It's a in-patient sure thing Center'that at Avon the \ ForCLERK :'I a aI I

:.;.:::- :;:::::: Park and its five out-patient
r ::1i:1i:::' lives. clinics scattered around the state "Sorry, sir, we have no sep- : j
i. Rlaine is
Thompson a progressive movie
Charlie Brown is
young now a '
; k'i..1 .Y .i arate unicycle fa
the task of rt: drive-up
:::: Starke businessman, owner of Starke Plaza Bar. i1 m:1 iii iii1I11 ; start The Irrespresslble little cannot accomplish rehabilitation itself. J s cility.. ."
alcoholic by
ber Shop. guy will be on the screen of the NEW CORDUROY Turning
i Florida Theatre Friday and Sat- Local resources are needed in III'| with .still another new look :
.=i:1i::: He has two children. He wants them to attend ::::! urday In the first motion picture each of Florida's 67 counties. for fall '70 in cotton corduroy, '+l t91r'1i' 11t&Il
';:i: the best schools possible. m:::::;:: starring the "Peanuts"gang Need more information on alcoholism printed here in a tweed ef "
feet BrulVhilm'y of California -
:.:.:.'. :m:;: and its unique gallery of ? Just write FARP'sInformation .styles it into a handsome Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown .
::1ii1i:: Blaine Thompson is concerned about our i characters. Services Box 1147, Norfolk jacket with selfhelt. w, '
::ii::; schools. He wants! to do all he can to make them :::::::: "Tarzen's Deadly Jungle"with Avon Park, Fla., 33825.Ailing. H'H available in brown or ,
I=i:: better. :mm::: Ron Ely as the jungle king makes ("-r Candidate for Clerk-of Circuit Courtof I

tt! Blaine Thompson cares, and he's going to do !m 1 the up a jungle double against bill. Tarzan a man defends called Bradford County subject to the '

:.:::.::.::::. something about it. :m:ftf:::::;: The self up Colonel as a who sort has of set dictator him-, Windows Democratic Primary on September 8th,

ri1! If you vote for Thompson you will strike a :: forcing bidding. the natives to do his 1970. I feel 18 years experience operat-
:;:::::: blow for better schools in Bradford County. :::::::<; Horrible .
: things happen on the ,.. 1 ing own business qualifies me to
f! Blaine Thompson has been attending School !11 r[ Florida Theatre screen Sunday- ,'" ti -=::-

::::::: Board Meetings for several months because he ::::::;: ring Tuesday Frankie"Horror Avalon House"and star-Jill serve as your Clerk of Circuit Court. I j

:.i.::..: is concerned. .::::.:::.::.::: Haworth and"The Crimson Cult" promise to Conduct your Office with i

:::i Member LawteyPTA. (Pd. Pol. Adv.) ,::\j jj1 jq starring Boris Karloff and Rti-elect
Christpher Lee. and for the .
and Effeciency ;
q\\\ : ;: ;:;;: ::::::;';::; ;:;;::;:;: ; :;;:;:;:::;:::;:;::;;; :;jjj; jjj ; t f Courtesy
; :;::;::::;:::#:;::::::::::::::-:::::;::;:& ; i;; :;1 ij::1:1:1::::;::1:1:1:1:1:::: ::Hj1i:1:: j1j1j1 1 i REP. GENESHAW I
... P best interest of all the Good People of \
-- -------------------a a e e a a
4 I Bradford County. \

1 t I will give my full time in serving the
t I
I people and-taking care of the business '

f l./.f rN; ft Tk .Htutt Of of office. \

1 ;L .. Your Vote and Support will be greatly

t t '' t v. ilnlinilinnto appreciated.

IT IS UNLAWFUL. I terre the / />/ .
I .. Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown

I Dist. 16 (D m )

I I (pd pal. udv.l

I For Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fic- 7,1
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titious Name Unless The Name Is Registered I .y qr a ,
I Vote For I
I E' r"'T r :" i EDDIE ALLEN
I ) I HIGH FASHION SHADES-A new boon to do-it-yourselfers And Elect ;
Read :Jkij ZJ-loridcL is a shade laminating kit that provides first aid for ailing win- .
: eacu dows. Here it's used to create cotton fabric shades that match J
curtains and wallpa|>er. The kit includes Tontine adhesive .
I I"It shade cloth roller, slat pull mounting brackets and screws.
I It's by Stauffer Chemical Company County Commissioner --- District 4 ;

shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to engagein t I

business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, without I ;i. tt t DEMOCRAT SEPTEMBER 8 I

and unless said fictitious, name shall be registered with the clerk of the ,
I rt I
circuit court of the county where the principal place of business is, which
registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed tt BE A FULL TIME COUNTY PERSONALLY GET OUT
I by all interested persons, stating under oath, the name of all those interested I II tt t r-:-- AN KNOW THEIR '
in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest of each, and the fictitious I II t
I a it C 1c t
name under which said business is carried on. Said.registration may not be I II REPRESENT EACH AND r !;
I in business under a EVERY TAX PAYER WITH NO
mode until the person or persons desiring to engage
fictitious name shall have advertised his, or their intention to register said I
fictitious name at least once 'a week for four ((4)) consecutive weeks in some --
LAMINATING-To make dec TRIMMING-After ironing ) ALL BRIDGES'. I
newspaper as defined by law in the county where said registration is to be I orative cotton window shades. fabric to shade cloth, mark side MEET WITH ANY OF YOU
iron fabric to Tontine adhesive edges for cutting. Use shade I I
and said shall be accepted by the clerk of the circuit ANYTIME YOU HAVE A
made, registration not I shade cloth. Work from centerto roller as guide and mark line
outer edges and use liner on fabric ''I." from the inside a, PROBLEM "AFTER ALLL, FM V I
I court except upon receiving proof of such publication. paper as pressing cloth. Leave of metal caps on each end of a WORKING FOP YOU THE ..
I 2-inch strip at top of shade roller. Draw vertical lines with TAXPAYERS. BAR''
I cloth for later use in attach. tailor's chalk down each side a OPEN UP THE
I 'If You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than ing shade to roller. of shade to outline width. Cut DITCHES SO WATER CAN'I
I along these lines for finished RUN DOWN THE DITCHES
Your Own, And Have Not Had This Name Properly Advertised SEE THAT ALL MONEY
I And Registered, We Will Give You All Necessary InformationAs k I ,


BRADFORD I ........ .. ROADS. I

SINCE IB79- I I- I Energetic Hardworking -- Qualified ,

I ap4 I II _. a r ,

I I the Place back at 2"POCKET-Fold bottom and Tontine press shade hem over edge.lys"strip to ATTACHING tine Press strip lower adhesive-side edge ROLLER of 8" down Ton_ ., Support A Man Who Is Old Enough To Know :

I strip adhesiveaide on bare strip at top of .shade.
I down on folded' Let cool and trim. Then lightly

I I edge lightly.iiof flush Insert hem with slat line inside laying and!fold lower press of tine blue press line over upper on roller roller.edge surface of Wind strip Ton-con to .. The Job and Young Enough To Do The Job! !II I I Ia

hem. Press firmly along
upper stantly pressing until you ,
-- --- -o a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a e a edge of slat. Allow shade
to reach end of adhesive. --
cool Now -----------------------
am} then trim.
your shade is ready to hang.
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Voters Listed n Area Students
Seed WILLIAM H. (BILL) The government says there trow JV Practice

may not be enough competi- By PrecinctDue CandidatesFor

tion among breakfast cereals rtt UF DegreesEleven Starts MondayJunior
but there would seem to be
to an error, The Tele-
i quite a bit when the family graph failed to continue In Its area residents are
PUB. SERV. COMM. with three children has
to Aug. 13 edition a story listing ) among the I 1,300 degree candidates varsity football practice -
pu. po Jv. G.Caratoot, r'.... keep eight varieties on hand. voter registrations by precinct. for the University of Flor will begin Monday, Coach

Only the first two precinctswere .v.-w.--.+ ida's summer quarter com- David Hurse says.
listed. The following Is a mencement convocation at Flor- Boys who have nut played football
listing of all 17 precincts: ida Field August 29. before are iiwd to bring
Elect Lawtey city hall, 544. Local candidates are: their birth certificate and a permission -

( MARGIE 2Lawtey Rec. Dept., 367. r Starke John D. Mussoline slip from their parents
3Vehicle Inspection Station JD, law; Burney N.R. Winkler, before beginning practice.
294. e MED education; Jorge Mario Boys are also asked to "report
Fairground, 292. Zamora, BSA, agriculture. with a short hair cut anda
5- BUS auditorium, 593. Keystone Heights Clydeen E. good attitude" by Coach Hurse.
D Norman Garage 215. Petrella MED education;James
DOWLING 7RJE School 325. R. Richardson, BSBR, journal- .J.
8Old Armory 655. ism.

Southside School, 522 r Raiford Vera Ann Cone Ra- for doctorates 34 for Juris doctor -
1Wt.w--,. 'r YOURClerk Theressa, 373. gans BAE, education. degrees from the Collegeof
Hampton, 356. Melrose Gene Williams Her Law 401 for master's degreesand
; 12Starke Library 302. ring MED education; William eight specallta In education.
; t,_. of Circuit Court 13ATerwillegar Motors. 429. Carl Herring MED education. Walter L, "Red" Barber
13B- Ratliff residents :70.: Lake Butler Donald Ray sports journalist from Miami

Experienced Businesswoman Life 14Struth residence 236. 27 Gridders ReportFor Dukes, RAE, education; Martha and a Florida alumus will be
15A- Brooker 244. Carroll Rlherd, MED education; the featured commencement
I long Democrat. 15BNew River 106. Alice R. Helms Vaughan BAE, speaker. A processional at 6:40:
Total number of electors (all education.
p.m. precedes the 7 o'clock
parties) in the county now stands The 1,350 candidates Include pro-
Widow with 5 children. She has served her com- gram.
at' 5,923 as compared with 5,676as DrillsReporting 784 for bachelor's degrees 123
munity in many Civic Programs, and served you of May 1, an increase of 514. Varsity
well Fairly and Courteously in her l Produce At least 75 .. .. . . . . . .i
per cent of the new - - - -

Market. voters are young persons regis- .. Vote For
uauna wet uonns ana urn mur-
:. tering for the first time, accOrding A battle is already being waged
for their first phey and halfbacks Jimmy Alvarez .
Help Margie Howling to her first job in thecunrthouce. to Sup. of Registration prac by two bright prospects Randy r' :- ARTHUR RaskinsI'OR (
Neva tice Monday, 27 Bradford High, and Dale Johns are look- __
She will he there helping you when Flynn. Gaskins and Charles Wright for ,
Registration books will remain grldders began work for the 70- ing sharp. Backfield timing Is
es er you want her. the tight end position. AnotherrtlinB
71 grid
closed until November 9. not too bad for so early in the
varsity newcomer, David McCut.-
Three more players retu
} chen has been looking good at season, the coach says. ,t + I MEMBERSchool
.. late from vacations are expected) Backs have already learned !
'It *'- to the end of this week,' Head I guard.In their basic plays and the sprint
Coach David Hurse says. an early season switch guard
Dennis Crawford has out passing game has been put Board
Not quite as boys re prospect
;JS many
L" In
week ported as coaches had expected been moved to center. He will
7 days a "The varsity will be smal]j[ double at guard and center,Hurse "We're working hard on our District! One
<< ., again." Hurse said, "But oui- says. Center Gary Melvin has passing game and expect) thatit
S attitude Is good and the boys i been switched to guard. be one of our strong points," :.I I Concerned Parent and

reported In pretty good con. Backfleld, veterans quarter- Nurse saysf
by Sen. ELMER O. FRIDAYIT'S dition."

So far the Tornadoesaregoto Power Demand Tax Payer

ABOUT 4:30: in the afternoon. The doorbell rings. A S miss only one starter whc; City .

policeman says, "I'm sorry ma'am. We've got your didn't report and apparently) won'tgo t

youngster on possession of marijuana.V 5 out for the team this fall,, At KW "
I., All the boys out are working Steady 5,375
Under our law, your child is now a criminal At age hard as conditioning drills take

12, he or she might be imprisoned with drunkards or sex .-" It''" up most of the first week ol r REVIVALFIRST
perverts thieves or murderers until the case comes to <;. practice. The team Is working I City power demand has been The city is also working on
trial or the child is allowed out in your custody. Re-elect on getting Its timing down, getting : clicking! along at a steady 5,375 getting an tie-in with Florida
; off on the count. kilowatts Power Plant Foreman Power & Light for emergency
REP. GENE Veteran lineman Gene Harris George Graudon told the City power.
Danny Jackson and Lenr i Council Tuesday night.
Florida Power however has
lo.e the into effect sensible 3.ponlw.h
prospect ci
Register are looking good and I Output has not exceeded the
ray liitlt chan. of rehabilitation program in Florida 1 Help low been shoveling all the currentIt
And ihv root I criminal, th* enforcement personnel everywhere SHAWTt showing leadership ability, Coach i firm capacity again since Aug can must to Jacksonville, a
dope pusher wry often yet off m the State on all levels. Hop Nurse says. They form the nucleus ust 4 when It equaled the firm city In much worse trouble than Graham
too lightly unlawful selling of dug and of the Tornado line. lead of 5,640 KW, Graudon said. Starke Priday said. Florida Power

I sponsored tI bill. m thit year tSi'nci narcotics But he cautioned that school will has requested that the du- AUGUST 24th THRU 29th
Sttion, (hot could resolve. l2Itf open in a few weeks adding a big Pont dredging operation be shut
the problem un unlawful drug cjfum 2 of Institute education a la massive inform pro allpeddler Tt Tk HMM Of load to the power demand. down several hours In! the after-

could be fined, up to people on the true nature ofdiuys I r Arry. It was also pointed out that noon so more current can be Services Begin At 8:00 P.M.
$100000 I and ,imprisoned for Mei recent rainy weather has cooled
how to prevent their abusefind R diverted to Jacksonville.
nail i tho Court would have authority how to restore their victims things off and resulted in a some- In other action Tuesday night, Each Evening
to yen duration' m rehcib -
10" healthful useful' life what lower power demand. the Council
dtdiralinnmmd'ninrrriljbrft :
to hnq hit ttctirm" By rxprrirmce,
Firm power Is the plant's capa- --Voted to amend the city; code.
14 /rays of (f.ghtong pusher 3 Provide adequate treatment qmmlilirtlDUt.
I city minus its largest engine InStarke's Section 15-8 with
.. dealing law
>d *' ;:i. nq children hove taught and counselling for those David
..te mush who need help case that Is the two- enforcement, to Include all Flor- Mederios --- EvangelistHOMECOt
.. year-old (new) 1,750 KW Worth- ida Laws. The code previously
Void for by Friends of Fr iday for Attorney GeneralMyers 16 (D m) ( +c \ \ Ington engine. The plant's total had Included only chapter 317
P O Box 1 1000 Fort Florida 3390
"W II I had that long talk capacity; is 7,390 KW with all of the Florida Statutes which "JNG
six engines going and a of
with our boy and I learned top Mayor Carl Hurst said In sug-
7,500 KW could be maintained gesting the amendment, left the
a few things.: for about an hour.
city without legal authority to
+\ The council has been comtem- enforce some state laws. Sunday, August 30th

, plating a new engine for the power ne-appolnted George Grau DINNER ON THE ROUNDS:!
plant for a year. The expansionIs don to a three-year term on the
recommended by city en- city pension fund trustees.
\ gineers Reynolds, Smith and Adopted the charter of the Everyone Welcome
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Ye Old

'.' City Hall Site Once

".-: ''H., ,.,' Drug Occupied 'Red Men''
r k. ,' By
'., .. :I'1 Store
.. ',
:.. 1.Tt: r : r
;. .. .._
"- !" : .With discussion of a proponed In the old two-story bIdI
Uce. new City Hall complex coming On September 29, 1896 a great ball as .. know it today; several.
of drug stores
Typical this section Interesting relics were dIa-
passed over
time to time In recent storm
cream parlors! ) of long ago laUd months at City Council meetings. (most likely a hurricane but m covered In the process., One of
scene Is the popular emporium winds were these was a strange contrivance:
," It is Interestine to recall a bit those amass
situated .091100
of Dr. GasUns.) ofHstoryabout. the present l known : storms' having a long screw attached to

on the south side of Can StreetCftbcve ), structure on N.Thompson Street.Starhe's and their true nature was not It. This was not used as some
when Buningt*
seemed to believe for squeezing
original City Hall was DOWtt/e
some 60 years or more ago. The erected in 1884 by the local: By that time the building had the truth out of reluctant witnesses. -

4 rl.M .+ Ice cream chairs tables, and chapter of a one-time prominent been abandoned by the Red Men It was a press for balling
; rt ; fountain stools such as are pictured secret order called the Red Men's and was rented to the county for old paper used by the Boy: Scouts
here are popular courthouse he county; during World I.
Lodge. In spite of the name use as a
antique collectors today.; "Soda this was not a fraternal orderof seat having been moved from Another relic was an old
Jerks" of the period l were young Indians, but Included In Its Lake Butler to Starke after one machine for sorting: oranges,one
men Instead of girls as Is the membership many of the tam'sleading of the numerous elections held operated by Trudy Sternburg&

A V'"e kr' r r custom today, and were all citizens In those early for that purpose In those early Co.. early Starlet merchants and
spruced up with slicked hair The story goes that the shippers. Until the disastrous
days. Later It became inactive :years. >
) collarsprobably
(parted In middle Ugh and finally dissolved because: of late W.E. Wainwright, deputy freezes of the 18908. orange
celluloid) coats and
( "pretty; political disagreements" clerk at that time, was kept busy groves were plentiful In this
c vests. Dr. Gasktns was prominent which created dlssention running in and out of the tottering section of Florida.Starke boasted
In county; politics and many: Its members. among building. fearing that the next many groves In its corporate
"political deals" are said to' heavy gustof wind would demolish limits, including the Hamrick
,. the back Money; was scarce In those
made In room.
have been
curtained doors at days and construction of the it and destroy the county records. grove, one of tile finest In the
behind tte lodge ball had to be done BO The frame building held together state at that time.
rear. cheaply that hardly nails and somehow but It had been An old Iron cage. was ones
Insufficient studding were used badly strained and when court used as "the calaboose" far
was In session old Judge Call prisoners succeeding: astro*,
would not allow large audiences ture built of "puncheons" which

Our editorial. oo assemble because of the weakened long ago stood In the
Farmers Diary floor. dw old Coca-Cola build now

Outside the building stood aD stands. Half a dozen staunch

old Iron pot In which redeemed prisoners once managed to overturn
After almost a solid weefejoi! and the meat warrants were burned oy the building to escape.After
so do the middlemen county
Point dark clouds and rain and more county commission it bad been set upright again a
I of f view packers, so you wonder just who the clerk during ,
clouds, we were all glad to sea ftU
I Is getting 1C Oa one point IIDII8II. meetings. When wagon load of sand was placed
the mm ODD out again last week-
the cam above the ceiling to weight it
sod and brighten the there Is no doubt it'l the poor process was going on,
up : "
solenOy down and it considered .
old consumer who's paying ty around was -
landscape. It wasn't so much sheis "
pipes In a kind pregnable.
through lea pecketbeok. smoking
the amount of rain that fell tor
of ceremonial ritual.A But leave it to a clever crook
we've had more many times, ball running through me to figure out some way to beat
bat the tact that it Just kept on
One of these
building was used as a morgue the rap. smart
HEW' raining all the time.Cloudy spells Tbe Starke Civttan& Club has. on occasions and many giue- ones, anticipating arrest; filled
Equity StyleOur such as this one show why the>
taken the lead! In a noteworthy some sights were to be seen-- bis pockets with kindling wood
state claim that It has
can mom By Sam McGarrey cleanup campaign In offering to the bodies of suicides of mur- and after being locked In the
days In the wmter and fewer
sunny and of those killed "escape proof' structure easilyset
In the summer than any other pay half a cent for every drink dered men.
other accidents. fire to a wall burning a
section of the country. Is Just abort over and all markets can picked up from the roadside by trains
school administrators freely; admit of-choice plan under which our School except the J at Live Oak and turned In at a designated When the building. remodelled bole blgetm ghbescapethrmgh.
to being mightily relieved that the were operated until last week did have been ctowX As bad been place on Aug. 29. The club has during PWA (Public Works Soon after that, the fireproof

county's school Integration case was allow any child black or white at forecast rewx'-s for poundage agreed to buy; up to 10,000 cans Administration) days hi the 1930sLetters iron case came into oooular use

removed from the purvue of the U.S. his parent's de cretlon to attend We went up to Sam's mother's and revenue were set during the on that basis and that many are
any removed from the roadside In
home In Jacksonville last Satur- 70 season, with tobacco bringing -
Department of Health Education and school. day to help celebrate her 90th an average of about 75 cola& the county It will certainly improve -

Welfare. They are firmly convincedthe birthday and marveled all over a pound, or about one cent a. the appearance of the area.

county received more kindly treat- Under freedom-of-choice integration again at how she has kept going pored more than last year. to

ment at the hands of the U.S. District: here had progressed since 1964, to through many many difficulties .
Judge Charles R. Scott than it would the point that Judge Scott's court with serene confidence. We like
Of the root of the
to hear her recount of the course
have if HEW's civil rights branch had ordered plan affects less than 10 per things that happened some so long ago We've had no Indication as yet problem is the person who the Editor.

made the final decision. cent of the student population. (such as the Great Blizzard of as to the acreage that will be set thoughtlessly or otherwise .

'88) because she Is a living out in strawberries this fall but throws cans out on the roadside

It is understandable that we would What is distasteful is that we have link with the past century. we would guess that It will be In the first place but little progress L
to have about the same as we've had for has been made In attemptsto
grasp at any reasonable end to the a court ordered plan. It is stop that practice.
the Tbe
years of uncertainly; and turmoil to amazing that a Federal judge had to past have severalyeara.a large Investment growers In- Dear Sir: PRAISE: WHERE DUE

which our schools have been subjected step in and "save" us from rough- Incidentally, she Is always RneclalenuD The following poem was writ

since passage of the 1964 Civil Rights shod treatment from another branchof busy and one time Sam remarkedthat special equipment needed la ten by Graham Crews my uncle, Dear Editor

Act. So great has been the relief of the Federal government. she ought to take It easy and raising that crop and so It seems With this mouth about gone who has lived in the Starke area Why Is It that when something
educators that 'our schools have then asked why she didn't relax likely they will try berries "one we can look for a change I in the for many years. He. has passedhis Is done well and correct, the
HEW more. She replied. "I think that more year" weather pattern any day. With 65th birthday and was retired gesture often goes unnoticed or
emerged from the years of strife action here has been without some day we are going to have the passing of the hot, sultry from his job. His poem falls to rate recognition? Yet on

with workable system, that a major feeling in many Instances. Educationwas to account for how we spent our Dog Days, al the plant kingdomwill was Inspired by the always present the other hand a wrong deed or

premise of the co1 "t ordered plan forgotten; the single aim was to time and what we got done." awaken from the summer bills, and the meager amount wrong gesture receives tile

has been skimmed o.r.\ mix black and white students. Had Sam didn't pursue the point, but When ;you ride around the county : snooze the fall flowers will emerge of money to meet them. highest of attention.

HEW had its way elementary schools has thought of It many times ; and see beef cattle grazing and all will be wellun- James A. Crews A few weekly editions of the
since. you might think. In view of tile less we get a hurricane. If that Route I 1. Box 129B
Judge Scott's school attendance planis here would have been paired causing Bradford County Telegraph and a
very high prices for steak, that happens and we get the flooding Green Cove Springs
a court order, with all the legal great Inconvenience to parents who someone is getting rich In a rains which usually; come with few weeks of time have passed

ramifications pertaining to such court would have had to transport students hurry. However the cattlemensay such a storm "the creek will since the In which uncomfortable wewabhedourlocal experience -

action. to schools away from their homes. The tobacco marketing season "we're not getting it." and rise" as the saying goes. PREDICAMENT authorities stand by and

make us feel secure. If my memory -
This fall students must attend the As it is Well. my old age limit has come
we have emerged with a and lit serves me right, I have

school in the attendance zone in which workable system; our educators can h's. woOaa'.Sev FARM AND yet to see a generous show of

they live. School officials are under still pursue their goal of "qualify ; : I'm too old to work and too poor praise let alone thanks for a

legal obligation to see that they do so. education" with little hindrance. .. RANCHBy to quit! relatively small group from the
f/J Mayor down to the part time
{ !
The ruling of course, applies to black : } Auxiliary men Including the
I'll tell Just what I think
George T. you
and white alike. What we lack is the degree of free- Huggins I'll do... volunteer firemen.
dom we had. We are faced with the COUNTY AGENT Little note has been taken but,

No longer do we have the freedomto spectre of a giant department of the fr+, By Martha Sac McCaim 111 Mil a rabbit and make a long should we be grateful that
r "I This Saturday will be August they are there and will be there
Federal Comity Extensioni stew
have children government w ;
our attend the "schoolof obstensibly act-
22 and that means fried chicken for whatever chore challenges
our choice." That will not be a ing to give blacks their rights but in -i Economics Axeat. eating time for Bradford County Eat rabbit and dumplings and their ability; .and training. These

large factor in the operation of our the end limiting not only those people, Farm Bureau fatnjH Farm little other meat 'Cause my bills men are subject to many many

schools next month. ,: but it does Illustrate but all people. Bureau looks forward to meetIng are going to be hard to meet hours of lost sleep odd hour
a point. Beef varJS more In tender- round bone and three major muscles in different communities of meal times, and restricted from

HEW's so-called civil rights actions ness than any other kind of meat. top, round bottom round the County once each quarter. You know the older I get I ordinary personal and family
And It's not easy to tell Just by and eye of round. There are two Bradford County Farm Bureau find It harder to stop. activities while they are servingour
We have, under 'this court action carried to their present extent, looking if a steak will be tender. types; of chuck steak -- round has a chicken frying committee community during extra-or-

lost a. freedom we had. The freedom- are a travesty of our times. Regardless of their quality bone which Is Identified by Its that could offer competition to ly the way I live out on Griffin dinary activities. Even stand-by
grade some cuts of beef are round arm bone and blade or any commercial business. Then Loop. are merely on alert or
naturally more tender than 7-bone, Identified the shoulder with the vegetables, salads, and their time is not their own. It

others. Cuts from the less-used blade bone. Boneless sections desserts that the wives prepareto If you come to my place It'sa should be further noted that
muscles along the back of the of chuck are sometimes called go along with the fried chicken little hard to find.. You cross several of this small group are
The Positive animal -- rib and loin sections family or breakfast' steak. you have the explanation as to Peggy: Railroad three different volunteers and receive little pay
I Approach will always be more tender than Flank steak Is boneless with why these quarterly meetingsare times! or no pay at all.
those from the much-exercised little fat and has long fibrous so popular. We as citizens should from

leg (round), shoulder (chucks and muscles running lengthwise.\ It The bell will ring about 7 p.m. Then you turn and go right time to time count our blessingsand
flank. Is definitely,less tender and must and the line will form.In addition straight south And you'll seea be grateful that our administrative -
Many thinkers and philosophers have stronger drugs as an aid to accentuatethe The most tender steaks rib, be carved across the grain. It Is to this and good fellowship with big old oak and a little while officials County and
promoted positive thinking. Dale negative side of life. club, T-bone, porterhouse and sometimes cut In crosswise people from all parts of the house. City, continue to see that our
Carnegie made a profession of it. Rev. sirloin -- make up only a small strips which are foiled and ske- County, we have an opportunity tax dollars are earmarked for
Norman Vincent Peale proportion of the beef carcass wered and called London broil. to learn more about Farm The house Is small, but If anew men and equipment,' tools and
seller list with topped the best- Finally civic industrial, businessand and are In greatest demand. Be- For your IP'Mte.ttlnlr..tts- Bureau. Let's make Saturday and neat And If you come training to maintain such group

it books of sermons on educational leaders are beginningan cause of this demand, they are faction, buy; any; steak you .intend evening at Lawtey School another please bring something to eat so that we may enjoy the safety
and songs and ,poems, have been attempt to reverse this tide of wil- higher priced than the lesl-__ to broil or barbecue cut at good meeting together. and protection that we take for

written about it. ful selfdestruction.The der cuts. least an inch thick. Defrost frozen FALL FLOWERS Pm just an old man with my grunted
You save money by choosing steaks before boiling or About time about I
this time of year mart spent... walk around To
the Sheriffs
the less-tender steaks --1'OWd. they will be done the outside Department
on and wonder
of our folks have desire where has
a my
Then along comes something "new"- time is late... but we hope not chuck flank. But these will require and still be frozen In the center. grow some flower plants. With to went money and the board of County Commissioners
too late. Let us return to positive thinking more tenderizing or chewIng General Directions For Better to the Mayor and the
old civilization a little attention
yet as as the of can
era growa City Council to the Police Chief
the even as we urge positive action to If you barbecue or broil them.Voo't Broiled Steaks: wide varleti.And: be assuredof The company I worked for Is good,
iconoclast. Down with everything! and to the Fire Chief and to all
forget hamburger as the Take the
steak from
solve our local problems. Let refrigerator good-4iealthy plants. honest, and straight... Ifs all
us stop Rightnow
The moral fibre of the Individual men and who
theatre the least expensive) "steak" that is early enough to bring women
fault for
tsm one to make my starting too late!
worrying about making excuses for the both and up support and uphold) the orders
arts music, and literature are seriously Juicy tender. It to room temperature. Preheat bed and \
fumigate that
threatened. purveyors of death and destruction, the Among the tender steaks are broiler and broiler pan. Rub your nematodes wiU not be Graham Crews of their superiors this letter of

drug pushers and other criminals by porterhouse and BoneIdeo broiler rack with a pieee of flit I am talking about "making Route 1, Box 181 praise and tributes)sodedlcatsd.

bringing them to swift and sure justice. titled by the T-shaped backbone: cut from the steak, or brush witha the plant bed and the future'up Starke. BW Sob
It is time and two major muscles, the larger little salad oil.
to return to the old values-- flower bed. We always have calls
this loin or "eye" muscle and If steak Is loan brush both
Marijuana is "in and when respect of and a great number of flower
family flag human
turn to dignity, the smaller tenderloin muscle. sides with light coating of salad know that our Association is
crutch fails too many users and the nation. plants are lost from the result
The only: difference between oil. of nematodes. The ground must still very much alive and working 4-H Club Plana
these two steaks .. the size of Broil use one aide. Season win be for our poultry enterprise.A .
thoroughly broken so that
the tenderloin. It's Ial'g'8r'GIaD' salt ana pepper o _Idred. Turn there will be sufficient time for membership drive Is in process Rodeo Sept. 7

the porterhouse.New with tongs and broil other side. all vegetation to decay before and you are encouragedto At FairgroundsA
York steak Is the boneless To test for doneness cut In
The any; fumigant Is applied. Some mall your Association dues to
Bradford County eye of the loin found In T- center or near bone. If too rare, fumigants\ require a two weeks Francis Meng, Box 57-A, Hampton

TELEGRAPH Il---- bone and porterhouse steaks.Filet broil longer. waiting period while Fla. 52044Agr: person l In A "
mtgnnn is the boneless tenderloin BroI1l-locb-thlek steaks(JIaDIrs some require poultry production or Interestedin britchesrodeo. I Is
_-::::::- from these steaks. Both of S/4 Inch) 8 Indies: from only a one or two day poultry is eligible for mem- stoanM for Labor Day. at the

ESTABLISHED 1879 <<;i ..... these are much higher priced lINt waiting seeds period before sowing bership. We have a good number Bradford County FaL&-\.......
:: or setting: plants. AakJ'OUJ'dealer sponsored by the
than the bone-in cuts. Broil l/2-Incb thick steaks of these Interested l who Hone Club.
&= .,...- Rib steak Is Identified by the (Dank steak, 1 Inch) 4 Inches For how long you must called have already paid their $5 dues. Mike Nintraab presi.
.... \ ; rib bone, back bone and large from heat. example a material dent, sayg vfil be
,.. .a aeBihle The D-D Is toxic to plants when you GRAPES between ages six and 19. Flees
eye muscle.: best cute have For other information...
only: eye muscle while cute from timetable for Broiled Steaks do not allow at least two weeks log, posters and publicity, and
August Is
for all the
FLORI material to grape month. We
evaporate planning for the
close to the shoulder roping and rid-
asmaller contact Home
Walk as childre. .f light. eye muscle and several Economics your Office. Our number from the soil. A material called always hope there will be enough the are all betas done by 4-H

ASSQ TON -(Eph. 5:8)) less tender muscles around 1C I* 994-9554. Nemagon may be used with no the for some good eating and for members as part of their project
birds. Someone
Sirloin steak is characterized waiting period and may be applied said thata work.

by a full cut with a large "Top directly to some plants good remedy to keep birds Trophies and ribbons will be
Be sure !know which out of the grapes (and fruit trees)
SIrloin" AUGUST RAINFALL you one youare awarded for the viarious events.
a smaller tea
When we have a need for ; Is to take black
purchasing. a rubber boee The September 7
rodeo fa
derlola muscle and a wedge HEAVY TO DATE schew
security, we often reach out shaped. bona POULTRYOur three or four feet long and coil doled for 2 pna.TAG .
E. L. MATTHEWS, E4ttrmfclfaherrsklkhed It around the tree In
for something in our environ or the
Among the less tender steaks Bradford County has had an
each Thursday ... catered asOass s--. ment to give it to us. Yet true are sirloin Up, rowd chuck, average of 8.40 inches of rain North Florida Poultry Pro vine. The birds will think It Is

Matter at the PM Office at Starke, Floridavmttr security is found within. It is and flank steak. Don't" confl e through the first 17 days of AuKc ducers Association has new of- a snake and fly away. Might be DEADLINE

Act ef March 3rd. 1371.aksertpthMi found in our inner strength. sirloin tip with top sirloin. It ant New River fire tower recorded !ricers and board of directors. worth trying.

ll la ftraoe areas I year $5.00; Outside our inner oneness with God. comes from the upper section : the heaviest reading,11.12Inches. They met .last week to plan for Today Thursday) U the dead

trade areas 1 year, 45.50 God's ijght is with us, so let of the round and Is not very Louis Hill tower Manual MElectric. line for obtaining the new blue
live Ki It tender. land) measured Inches, and meeting on a monthly schedule' : For sale .* rent. 1969-70 auto license tags at the
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.... n Romddsteak Is Identified by a Santa Fe tower bad 5.1 Inches. but we do want our poultrymen Bradford County Telegraph. office of Tax Collector J.R.Kelly.b .


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Given Time To ComplyThe ford Countv. Florida vumuantV > TuesilnT the 8th day of September Lad w.. .mdies4. CewatyCivil Avenue. fltarke. TlorMa and
Assessors > a rinnl Judgement for Owen 1970 at twelve o'clock. noon Aete,>* file the original with the cleric
Phillips.' Jr. and acalastJames on laid day on the premise of CSUM Ne. of the above styled court on
1 Martin:: defendant. In the Bradford County Jail. I Horace: ) Sander and :KstnerSanders. "" or before September 14. 1170s
; the amount of $100.00 togetherWith Wilt offer for sale and sell to Ills wife. Plaintiff otherwise m. Jud.ement may be
roll showed
11-Community Florida Cabinet, sitting The taxable a net costs of collection. the htsreat bidder. for each In .... Adoption. Defendant. entered anal net yon for the)
as the Department of Revenue gain of $2,184,950: In spite of a Have seized find have In my hand the above described pro., NoticeOf Suit No PropertyTOt relief demanded In the) complaint -
has given tax asessors $223,634 decrease In the Sea- po.sesnlon the following described arty of said defendant to sat- Mary Raehaal Browning or petition.
county personal. property to l.fy the aforesaid Execution. You are hereby notified that Witness. my hand and theseal
: another year of grace In whichto board Coast Line's assessmentIn wit: P. X>. Reddish em action for Adoption has or said Court oa Aupa'
I meet the 100 per cent ratioof this county. The Seaboard's 1960 I door model IIJT! Ber.Inl Bradford .. Sheriff beea filed against you and you 14. 1970.
e, ID No. A 61AU2478! County. FloridaIn ar. required to serve. a oopy: (SEAL)
News assessment--value rule. assessment was adjusted from Title No. III Ol! 85. Chevrolet 8-U ft1 of your written defence If Inman D. Green
$2,104,101 to $1.880,467 as the Sedan. Tag No. UW-UOO any to tt. on the pla-lntlftfe atetorney A. Clerk of said .Court
The action was taken on recommendation result of court action by the (1909.1870)A* the property of the above) The Clmlt Cart Rl.h/si dress is whose Honorable' name George and ad.H. By A. DeputyClerk, .
-I' ..... of Ed Straughn railroad against the State RaIl- named. defendant and that on Judicial Circuit Of PI".1a" PierceS01105 North Temple Ages : '..1.
& By Elizabeth Givens Walker :;:; executive director of the Revenue road Assessment Board. Part ------ --------
Department, who said that assessors of this loss was offset, however
NAACP MEETINGThe do not yet have a recognized by a raise In G.S. & F. assess-
> annual statewide determination ment from $158,746 to $204.827
Union-Bradford NAACP bers and friends are invited to as a guide for measur- when the assessment board
will: hold a Fellowship Mass attend. ing the level of fair assessment. changed the per mile value of a Your VOTE and SUPPORT
meeting Sunday Aug. 23, at 11 Greater Allen Chapel AME mile of track from $6,339
a.m. at Mf. Pisgah AME Church. Church, Rev. C. E. Jenkins During the session the Depart- to 8208.
All members and Interested citi- pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. ment of Revenue approved the 4[
zens are Invited to attend. Evening Service 6 p.m. with tax rolls of all Florida counties CLASP} ENVELOPES all f In Sept. 8 Democratic Primary
CHURCH ACTIVITIES the Youth in charge. All mem- except Osceola, which had not afselo- Bradford County Tub.graph. } I

Mt. Pisgah AME Church, Rev bers are asked to please cooperate yet filed Its report. Bradford's Will Be
with the Youth. 1970 roll shows a total valueof .
George Young pastor. Sunday $67,975,850 and a taxable value KOTICR' Ol!| EMOTION
School 10 a.m. Mass Meetingat X Carl Hurst. Mayo of the
11. New Bethel Baptist Church of 48269800. The 1969 figures City or Starke. Florida by vlr.tu .
of tho authority vested In rrt
were $65.742.500 total and$46-
Women and Men's
will observe
ma by law do hereby call a
Greater Bethehem Free Will Day on Sunday Aug. 23, starting 084,850 taxable. FIr t Primary Election to beheld M
Baptist Church Rev.Jasper Williams at 9:30: a.m., with Supt. aforesaid at the Fire City Station by qualified In the
pastor.Monday night,choir Donnie Strong in charge. Clas- voters on Turxday." September. .u Maurice Edwards Jr.
No. 1. Tuesday night Ushers ses will be as follows: No. 1 I. 'UM Boar trI Sounly Co, I. 1970 Kloctln A.; D the, for.following the purposeof oft .t

Board No. "fnUfcloncre, of Bradford County.
Wednesday night, Mrs. Mary McCloud; No. 3 and Florida, ha* swIecMd tM care
Prayer Meeting. Thursday night, 4. Mrs. Jewwl Cummings; No. 5 following as the Pouing Place Group 1 -. One Councilman
Ladles Circle will meet at homed and 6, Miss Norma Jean DeSue. Clerks. ana Inspector for. tlMFlret beheld for Group two year t One Councilman
Mr*. ADen Friday night, on Primary Tuesday EI.ctlon. September t |. for two year Candidate for
Prayer Band meeting at home The II o'clock Worship Ser- )/l0. for Group two 5 -.One Councilman
of Deacon Eddie Stone. Friday vice will be in charge of the Couuntyl Comml..ion.r.Shuford. Inepectore year For Said Election h la
night, Junior Choir will rehearseat Youth, with Mrs. Ruby Lee Jenkins Precinct No. 1-O awtey City: :Mre.. Peggy Shaper ,
Sirs Myrtlce Dennis
7:30: and Senior Choir will be as captain and Ronald Strongas Mall Lawtey. Mrs. Oarl Mathews
serving at Melrose Missionary speaker.The Clerk Inspectors Earl-Mailer.Mar.l. 811.neddl..h .) Mra. Jo Ella Hardy Of The
Baptist Church. Rev. Alfonso men will be in charge of Louise Holler tit. Mr.Mra Beie Ernestine Burn.Denmark'
Jenkins the 3 p.m. Prayer Service led Raymond Bryan. Merrill struth CLERK
pastor. Saturday the Precinct No. I K.lly Re-
Deaconesses will sell In the by Deacon Brown and Anthony ereatlon Hall I-awtey: E.William D. Tenly.Holland Sr. Circuit i Court
kitchen. DeSue with sermon by Rev. Don Clerk C. F. CarterInspectors Kathryn U. :Mm. Ella Mae Chmtatn
> :
Men of the Church will serve Hankerson.The Brown. Berdle Fayaon. Dorothy In testimony whereof. I
hereunto subscribe my name
breakfast from 8 to 9 a.m. Sun- M. Moultrle. and the Seal of the said
Crawford cause
day Aug. 23. The menu will women will be in chargeof Bradford Precinct County No. 1 Fair Build "town to be hereunto affixed I am 41-years-old. I have been a lifelong resident of Bradford County. I would
this the 8th Day Septem
consist of the Evening Service with devotional "
grits bacon
toast, butter,jelly, coffee eggs,orange by Mrs. Ethel Hall and "cietk"Nelll Inspectors P.Shellle Garner Hall tMAt.) D., 1J70. like to make the following pledge to all the people of Bradford County -- If you
Juice, or milk. Mrs. Mary L. Frazier. Featured Gerle, Elite Norman Mrs. J. Carl Hur.tCARL
will be Mrs. Melonease C. KnightDItrlct HURST elect clerk I will conduct this office in honorable efficient and
speaker an
Sunday school. 9:30.: At 6 p.m. No. I- J. M. (Buck) Attvsf t.errll'E Edwards me your ,
Wilson, instructor Santa Fe JunIor > CITY
the Youth will be In charge. Norman. County Commissioner
League will be held at 4 p.m. College Gainesville. Precinct No. 4 Maintenanceilarn Leiilon Hall CLERK I.ts Ct .-I business-like manner at all times, knowing that as a businessman, taxpayer,
Bradford Coury _
All cooperate members with are this asked please The benediction will be pronounced (Clerk Stark Joaeph D. Oils'Myrtle W. Notice. Of Bherlffa Sets and as a father of five children that only through the efficient operation of our

Ebenezer Baptist church. Rev. by Rev. Alphonson Jenkins Jon.Inspector... ) Ernestine Ruin-. DeSueIfreclnct Underbill.Jurutha P.Notice t>. Reddish.,Is hereby Sheriff given of that Brad r. county government are we able to achieve any tax savings to our citizens of
Sr., pastor of East New ( Pleasant ford County. Florida under and
Leroy Davis pastor. Sunday Port ) No. S bylrtue of Writ of Execution
Baptist Church and St. John Grove. Bradforl. High School. Bradford County.CHUCK .
School, 9:45. BTU 5 Thurs- to Wit:
) ,
: p.m. Baptist Church Melrose. Starke Execution issued out ofsmall
day night, Bible Study. All mem- Clerk Lola Bennett Ella Mae. Chastaln. Claims Court of Brads
Inipectora C.Olny. .__ ..
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.clnet No. S Vanderbilt\ I '

To The Citizens of Bradford County: X Xaylesa!.Clerk L. (Nook Hlnhway.Mre.) Norman's Starke ReddishInspector. home.. I I i SIRLOIN 'I

'MrJ. Mary Ella I
Watterson. Mr. A. B. Whitehead. 1 I | OR BONELESS SHOULDER I
I ,5 It seems as though I II Brenda Blade District No.I 1 '
PrJ.clr.ct No. 7-
I ;i the young fellows running -) Ralph Bryan County Com- j i STEAKS
""" FOOD
for office always"IUHJ high School

make the remark : "Put Starke Clerk Louise Broxton I

., the old fellows out I II' Corms: Inspsctors Beard- Maybelle Corean. McNeal.Rob- I I1 --$ I Ii

l \ and the young: ones In';' .,t.I'r.olnet No Seaboard O14 19CHUCK FAIR

1 1 National Clerk Peggy Guard. Armory Shaper Stark. i STEAK i ; LB i I
i Inspectors Malvlna' B. Wife !
They never stop to 1 1 .. .
Marian Rltch, Margaret --- ------ I
r, : think us "old" people I
"precinct No. 1 Keystone SUPERMARKETS ;
:- have a little pride I BouinVlds Elementary School I
i i
too. We like to think Cleric Hamel 1I0w.nIn.p.etor. I
Sarron.I.rlan 1 ,
\ Alice I
; that we can make a ) J. Garland Ramona FOOD FAIR I I 1
rr living without being I TomlinsonDlstrlct' No. 4 J...... R. 0"- 1 .QUALITY 1 1I 1 when Saving Count...
1aln. County Commle.IonerPreclnet C I 1 ROAST '
pushed under the rug No. lI"u.e 10 Th.Theresea..._ USDEPTQfAGRICUlURE _____ _______ ________ _______ COUNT ON US!el 1
or shoved off Into Community D
a Clerk MM. Ruth Grlffl.Inepectora I
I corner on welfare or Mr., OtUlia' SIb11r Ee"terling. I I i
a handout. Mra.Precinct Martha. :No. riod a H.mptoa s 58C WEONISDAY,AUGUST 2nth.

I I City CI..kV.Holt. Humpton H. MaxwellInspectors Adlel" .I I ..I ; quantity rights reserved.COUNTRY ,

So let's vote for Lillian Hall.- Clarice Barbara A" 1 II I II

H.A. Lawson for School I Bruno Precinct No 12 Llnool".
I Starke Publlo Library.Starke
Board District 2. and Clty\c\ STTLI33o FLORID* CIADI A
C. JohnsIn.peclore
above all let's all Clerk Chart Betty Re.'at.r.' SHOULDER US.CHOICE
I be friends. Bertha MondIltol C. Robinson Eth.l Ray FRESHFRYERS CROSS RIBROAST

t Commin onHsm- STEAK
I O.C" :well
It seems as though the people of Precinct. Motore 13A (Ford)
I Columbia County respect their laws 8 TerwllUg-ar.
A. Colson ;;;
jgS-Sr IttMlp Ilg eo
I and rules. I fey :Mm .Marvin Mrs. LoulIC Bases, T-Mr*. plat

Columbia School Ethel Precinct Iloltsendorf No. 11DBroughlon'a Graham
said Thursday that Dupree Store,E.GrahamInpectorshorGe
Board Candidate Ginn was found to be living MORiverrs
just outside District S, which I Muriel Starling, Nellie
Held Unqualified he sought to represent.! This Precinct Struth"Nn. 14 Ro.ldenc.- 8."peOD-Had' tOTTLIS BABY., CHOCOLATE FYNE BAKESHORTENING STURDY WHITE
I action leaves incumbent Dav I Rate lion Street. Starke GATORADE ORANGE
Times-Union Bureau Maxwell: unopposed in the Clerk Frances i pansby5n.psotOr. 301''all.' 1i
I Democratic 8. Lillian JUICE
LAKE CITY The qualify primary Sept. Margaret' L. I' IB 3, LBCAN
ing fee has been returned to a Maxwell will oppose Republican Ann Precinct Johns Nit. tABrooker
candidate for the Columbia Don Dockery in the general C..mmunlt. 11..11. BrookerClerk 389CRYSTAL 6 29 "

I County school board. election.School. 7r..Jeanette Doris .Kelley: Jac.uelia..
I Circuit Clerk W. E. Crews I Ij M.Ie",Hagar

j H. A. LAWSON BoardDISTRICT TWO I Glenda Eunlc Andrewa Moody.ylargl. ,
)obbe >bertaWARNING Joneelt, :; BRAVO IMf>OIITIO


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I Sears I !

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This Sears TOUCH-N-GO" 10SpeedBlender U.S. NO. 1 I Del Monte

in White May be Unsafe. WHITEPOTATOES DRINKS I G1 ;

Only Model 663.82235 in while sold since last 1 ASSORTED FRUIT FLAVORS I
1 we' Sub. Ivvrytliinfrt 1 1i
December 1969 is affected. Check Model Number weh Sere bl. '" ,
i 10 I i Sh. .flifig Only' 1
imprinted on label under blender.In 58 46oz 4/$1 49RBBY'S

order to prevent injury to any user we are requesting

the return of all blenders with this model number.

j This blender was sold primarily through the 1 I I I

Sears 1970 Spring-Summer catalog. It also was sold



are not certain that any of those sold are | BANANAS r

unsafe. But an inspection of factory inventory LARGI L'l *? 88: :

rq- found a small number of these blenders was improperly STALK .

assembled, creating a potentially dangerous

shock hazard under certain conditions.If .

you have this model blender, please return it

immediately to the nearest Sears store or catalog ANOUtt ISOIIN

facility for exchange or refund. CREAMPIES


I[Sears I Sears, Roebuck and Co. '




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r Reading ProgramTo John Birch Society Seta Study Group

Bradford Citizens Spend $1,461 End With Party oI.ibe 0poU2 onMooday,Aug.Starke .
Tbe JoIJD 2'ro7
1 Chapter :.. the Lan'e Den
One hundred and 30 boys and Area mu have TIle public b Invited 10 at llld.Get'em .
Per Family Annually For FoodIncomes girls days by who pardelpednglntheRtadalragRegatta filled their summer a stubgroshPaodedtncadoa'forlmt

at the Bradford County
Public Library will anchor
In Bradford County; celebrate with at !
a party Wile They Last
kets and other food In
were up In the past year aDd, asa 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 21, at the
result consumer spending the area It added up to a sales
continued Starke Recreation Department.
at a high level. volume of 5610000. AU children who Joined the Summer > -
The figures show that This was solely for take-home Used Typewriters
many invited.
Reading Regatta are
14h local merchants equalled or exceeded food. It does not Include expenditures -
their previous year'* In outside eating and drinking -
volume due In part to the higher places.If .
prices for goods and services. this outlay for food were 3385000. -$45 To $85-
Just how much was spent by divided equally among all local Department stores and other
a local families for food, cars, families It would average $1,461 shops carrying general mer-
.. ( furniture clotting and other per family. chandise accounted for$38<<.000. Completely Reconditioned
I commodities Is detailed In a Compared with the expenditurefor Apparel stores and specialty
.J: new market data report released food In most other areas of the shops handling dresses, hats Royals Remingtons
".. ,, by the Standard Rate and Data country this was a relatively shoes and other articles of clothIng ,
I I .t Service. It gives comparable large amount. The average In the ended the year with a total
.! : figures for families In all partsf United States was $1,261 and, In of$814.000. GUARANTEED TO WORK
the country.In the State of Florida, 1302. Sales of furniture household
Bradford County,food stores The SRDS report shows that appliances and home furnishings See Them AtBradford -
Visiting legislators are pictured in Camp Bland. got a sizeable piece of the retail consumer buying of other kinds came to 753000.
ings beautiful new;;Chajfel during tour of National dollar. They accounted for of merchandise was also sturdier In recent months reports Indicate -
Guard.facilities last Fwlday.legislators approximately 35 cents out of than might have been expected. consumers across the coun County TelegraphPHONE
every dollar that was lpent.For Sales of automobiles, motor- showing more restraintin
grocery stores super- cycles, boats and other automotive their spending reflecting con 964.6305
Tour Guard markets, bakeries meat mar- equipment amounted to cern over the war and Inflation

Facilities At Blanding I

Announcement of a new$175- and weekend training. The camp to be able to return next year. SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT INITIALS OF
000 maintenance shop for Air contributes some $5 million annually This unit won the Eisenhower ISSUINGN
Defense Artillery weapons and to the economy of the Trophy last year for being the 0 DEMOCRATIC PARTY OFFICER
equipment; at Camp Blanding was area, including payrolls of fed-
announced Friday by Major.Gen eral and state employees,civilian best Guard unit In South Carolina.
W. McMillan the Adju- The tour also included stops
Henry employment at the DuPont plants
at the various warehouses, the STUB NO. 1Slgnalure
tant General of Florida, during which operate on leased Armory
a tour of legislators through the Board lands and Income from the maintenance shop, and the new I
National Guard facilities. Armory Board's forestry opera- Post Exchange which Is said -- --------------
Gen. McMillan said the new to have done a gross business ;; of Elector PRECINCT NO. 8
structure is expected to beginIn tion.The visiting legislators and of$170,000 since last May.
the future. the Legislators making the tour
near taken to
other were ----
guests ---------
Gene Shaw ----------------------------------------------
During the tour, conducted by new Air Defense Artillery firing were Rep. of Starke;
Gen. McMillan and Col. HarryM. range where the 2nd Bn., 263rd Rep. Ralph Tyre Lake City;Rep.
Hatcher, Camp Site Super- Artillery from Anniston S.C. William Andrews, Gainesville; SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT INITIALS OF
visor, it was pointed out that was firing M42 selfpropelledADA Rep. H.E. Lancaster Trenton;
approximately$ 8,000 Guardsmenfrom The South Carol- and Sen. C.W. Beaufort Jack-
weapons. N* 0 SS ICE
Florida and other slates ina Guardsmen expressed them- ,
train at Blanding annually dur- selves as well pleased with the Following the tour, lunch was
ing summer encampment OCS, facilities at Blanding and hoped served at the Officers Club. STUB NO. 2

For Maximum New Feed Mill PRECINCT NO. 8
Beauty. To owitrol seal ln>.et.
d r.d ., hrub-
:: Uld.PI :
b >pray dune ------------------------------
th jicxt' a w..b ------ -----------------
SPRAY before cool wenf$""er At Lake ButlerThe

Begins.On .
w two praylngi of new $125,000 feed mill \
SHRUBBERY I ell muUlon should b. being constructed by Pine Air
.applied. now for bo" roulU. Farms, Inc. at Lake Butler Is DEMOCRATIC PARTY
approximately one-third com-
plete. SEPTEMBER 8, 1919
NOW! To be a part of the new consolidated -
Our staff of trained' .x. operation of Pine Air BRADFORD COUNTY
port rvlcomcn 10 I r*.dy Of
lo rorvo you.STARKE.. Farms Keystone Heights, the
FLORIDA new mill will provide 5,000
square feet of work area over PRECINCT NO. 8
and above storage space for 50-
0.101. 000 bushels of corn. Of metal
FLA. construction, it will manufactureand TO VOTE for a person whose name is printed en the ballot mark a croea (X) in the squareat
_w 964.5745 deliver feed and will have a the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote.
15-car siding on the Seaboard
Coast Line Railroad in Lake
Butler. The metal building Is
1 ----------------, being constructed by Harrison- CONGRESSIONAL STATE (Continued) COUNTY

Ellis Construction Co. of Cairo i .
Ga.With For United States Senator For Secretary of State For Clerk of the Circuit Court
Waters the of the
Harold completion new
mill and consolidation of egg (Vote for One) (Vote for One) (Vote for One)
operations at Starke and Keystone -
Pine Air Inc. anticipates i n
annual gross sales of $10 mil FARRIS BRYANT I n ( ) GILR RT S. (GIB)
I lion. Total employment is expected -
I to be around 70 persons, RICHARD DICK) STONE I I I I
I ,. I as compared with 39 In the pre LAWTON CHILES I MARGIE DOWLING I I II


I I I I For Attorney General t ;
I I Jacksonville (Vole for One) I


4 I Business For County Commissioner
I I For Justice of the Supreme Court
'i I I (Vote for One)
I I Directory Group Two ROBERT L. SHEVIN __

I ', I (Vote for One) I
For State Treasurer
I I Auto Sales and Service JAMES: (BUCK) NORMAN J I
I I D (Vote for One) I I
I .
I J I LEO FOSTER U f For County Commissioner!;!'


I \. (Vote for One)
.p.. .;?'I.I For Commissioner, Florida Public: Service
I 1.< / .,. .; ...... I Always) Good Used Can For Governor and Lieutenant Governor Commission

I "//1'/::;' -/./. ;"j rr' '.I ,. I Ml Lam St. Ph. 336-SU4 (Vote for Group) Group Two EDDIE ALLEN \ i in
'- / .
I / /I

I :? ',.: 'r. 1 ;; ,..;';;d, !' (i I I ELECTRIC MOTORS P,1UBI:\ ASKEW (Vote for 0.0)) E.' W. HODGES, J R. I I

I ///." /' \ //. ''If' : PEAVY Brothers For Governor 'I II
I :;/l/I/, Electric Co. TOM ADAMS HAROLD E. WATERS .
: \' I I I I. :
I :',." :/ .,. ..\, //," I Electric Motors For Lieutenant Governor ... (BILL) BEVIS I I For Board of Public Instruction

I I .;.//tl.I. f. '.,:\. r\ ,;' I I Generators Rewinding.Sold Serviced. Starters. Repaired Armature. For EARL Governor FAIRCLOTH I I HAROLD r;. r.HAl'\CEY I I County District Board One Member

4044 Lenox Jax.]; 387-2528 GEORGE G. TAPPER J I DOMINIC L. IOU l ,. (Vote for One) I i
I For County Commissioner I For LIeutenant Governor 1 1


I Harold Waters lives on a dirt road. II ORGANS For LIeutenant Governor i I For Member of the State House of

He has trouble getting home in wet I Representatives JOHNNIE BLAINE THOMPSON J---.II.I
weather too. I I Sixteenth DistrictVote
I For Governor For Board of Public Instruction

I Harold Waters is a taxpayer, like ; ELTON J. GISSENDANNER I I ( for One) County Board Member
For Lieutenant Governor
I you, and work for a salary, like you. I 1\1.\ L. "LES" HEASLEY n District Two

I He, too, wants to see public money I (Vote for One)


I I Roosevelt l1al8511 H. A. LAWSON I
Harold Waters knows how difficult
For Member of State House of B

I it is to have his problems solved. He I WESTERN STORE_ \ Representatives JUt.IAN E. McRAE'I

I promises to hear every matter brought II Seventeenth District

to him by any person, and to take expedient ; LITTLE DUDE (Vote for One)

action when prudent. I Western Store \
I Let All Things Be Done I W..tfrn god C. :_Saddle Clothing& Sharon and- Potty Traitors Leataei RALPH C. TYRE I U I I

Decently And In Order HI 1ft. Edffvwood: 3S4-U1

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SCHOOL I. '...yyyyyyyyyyy.yyyy New Authority EItiMtk JSBS3Aael CI.hrlt deeBr..lf.0.Tae.! Clr Cl:, .X"" ,.*"IHghtb* iV5
I. ..* Uraaf... cc-atF. ... ().-.t7. Vlorld.
BROOKER Members Visit ....... *; *'BU.N* yes""kln. and I'1'&n'k
A..... f.r DrvereeCaes husband. Pla4nSffsT -
Ufa.PrlQcMe .
Palatka Project B.or..o_ etDNotice
t BT JOYCE 8'I'OKZIIAA..A.&aAaA.> = JOafeedaDt O.
STATES tiff. -v.- P- s-ea Of eels

LUSTHCV COURT A ... Members of the Bradford In 'Khe* Haraa Of Th. State Of Notice I... hereby .I..n tact

MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA .". + ... + e ..'. r + ...1. I County Housing Authority; toured JTlorldaTOs; Defendant la the above A.r:.4or Dd :. ;:.Ir enterfd4: George hereein L.f
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION BRIDAL SHOWER low-rent housing projects In styled cau by the Circuit Honorable Judge. OS Jul1

_.' I' :;:; :;" :,_.J Miss Bobby Jo fairish, bride- Palatka Sunday afternoon, accompanied EMMETT 1.1 FBIDQEN.. whop residence r.u 1t30, In the abov. stylea
&-. ....... 7/'I' 'pr7tm.::: : elect Ot Dewey Bush was honored by architect Frank 17005k West Jeffrrion; Boule. outcry ItO LL.lhignertpand ubest
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA mart ""'kool b .In ..hIcIo r1: .u ( j .4
Plaintiff Ihep Hi C,... .......l .... .KM. -- ... I """" pf" Tuesday night, Aug. II, with a George. VeH"Loa Aiurelee. California 110011 door ror Braadt rd.CountJr f..ont
.., Similar
tours the
OBW ra.'J' 10-; v. I are planned for Tou are hereby notified that o'
lovely bridal shower at the New '
T. ..., ". [' .t. t.-- the near future to projects In Cult for divorce of the marrlagsb.twesn Courthouse In the .l'b"I "l
!: River Baptist Church Monday.
BRADFORD COUNTY ... annex. Lake Butler Jasper Macclermy you and the Plaintiff. en 1110. bet..n the
SCHOOL / Games were played WIder the Princess* Le* Prldcen' h.. b..nfU.tI hours Gf 11:00 A. 14. and 1:00:
DISTRICT .' : .. direction of Miss Vicki Henry and other nearby communities.At against you ae Defendant. P. K.. tb...m. b.I" the legal
Prlnceee Lee Prld en. as "
etal.. .s\ --.t7. 'J Its meeting last week the righthtltl..
and the tithe
prises were won by Mrs. Plaintiff In OS saley allnof
Defendantii ;, jJI' Wilbur Andrews and the honoree Authority;: decided: to change the Court and cause. and you are re.quired ftrh'. partir:! :
No. 7069tfClvJORDER .... -/ .oJ' ;LIYo r ... Miss Fairish. regular meeting date from the to the file Complaint:::. a.flletherein or this and .ull. In aDd to the follow
.,', J ....; 1- first Thursday In each month answer to withthe Cleric of the 1'.1 estate eltui& -
o. r a : Forty guests attended and were to the second Thursday. Meetings ; Court In and for Stark Houaf,1:4FVo'rlSa.1": : ::; tolwfu
served cake and the .cord .
punch by
\.6:: ... ,. IJII ''lrJ ''j. ;1] .hostesses, Mrs. Thruston Henry, are held at 7:30 pun. into Florida. Count SJOd.Courthouse.and serve a copythereof 8WY.. of NW% of Section;Range 11.
Unon consideration of.the desegregation 'J. County; Commission room of upon Plaintiff. attor.n.y. Township <
plan filed with' this ...... "'r 1>0_< .... and Misses VIckI Henry Connie the Bradford County; courthouse Barton T. Uouiclae. P. O. & .14 propertY. toe.t1l."
&J 1"-. Bled and Cindy Moxley. 1999. 103 North MainStreet. The
.-:1 q Drawer' ten.meats. h.r.-
Court by the Office of Education .. I. ,. UalnosMllle. Fla. 260l with all the
1[ ...., .. t' """ J;,
Department of Health Education ",. .. \' '1' l-.L. :. ....,.:.;.... ',0". II""'..-.. p ......... BRIDAL SHOWER .on. or before fall September to do ao 10.a 1970 Default appurtenancesin/nit
nd If you ; I
and Welfare,with the alternatives --1_ ..: I ," will be taken
,, I Ft .. Judgment' p.nA&Ion
J ,,_ .. effect a -
"" r.o
Miss 'ID
Patty bride-elect absentee- de. sold
contained therein,. / ',, .. _' ,- Blgham Industry reports ; thepalnl and Int.r..t.o' .
., youthe rights
nTanded .ndt".n.r ot the
+ .:
IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERed .. .. ..;... of Kenny Williams, was honored Urn is highest en Mondays. said came shall pro- the parties to this aunt.
: ,. : ''I It'r_ -' .\.,. with a bridal shower last Thurs Well, h's a miserable day therein. All of the parties to
h. : I1 : -=1 4o day night at the Brooker Community feat ought to be stock somewhere *WlTNwSa my hand ..nd..... tale suit may be bidders olbeejM.eseted at
0) That the student assignment + ':;; r"f' '*' t.'I' :, ; Os Bald Court this Jrd day of .... .sale as well as any
The In the middle ef the
.. ; room was Btarke, persons.Inman
plan attached to end and madea I \ A. D. 1 10. at ,
o;:. '. ,a. I -" Apgust. Clerk of
all Gr..n.
-. D.
part of this order :- ... ,J .' '' .. beautifully decorated with flower week so we can prepare can ylorlda- Bradford COanfy -
as Appendix -... ...... Jio' ..-.:,: '-'Ir-', : ._ I- .... selves for it. LNMAN D. GREEN CIrcuit Court
7'j color
arrangements using a
A shall be Implemented by de- ;: .. .. .. I As Clerk of the Circuit Florida Moody.
fendants commencing"with the ''X '; or-=" /II .::: -" '. scheme of lavender pink, and Court.ID )171.Bnlah JL '" .. "' :!li.o1 -t----t.C' d For Bradford County
''' an
1970-71 ; II Kiemi.Guests
.choolear. .. < La,10"K"
(2)) That the provisions regardIng .... ." -..l.jtC;: > ::;. .T\ \i. rkr r ., :;.::::: \ rn' 3 were greeted at the were Mrs.Odell Mitchell Starke; Florida.87t LalD.prttY. Cleric,. BIO FENS. Ban Point Kefills. .
-.. ., ": '":' door and the bride's book was Mrs. Mamie Denmark. Mrs. Lee Bradf Catfflty Tel--.
faculty; desegregation transportation -.: : ,"I.. ... J. _- .!IiL" .. '= ... U gJT
school construction! ;: ..:,, .:;, '.-.. .' 0 kept by Mrs. A.L. Green. Games Hardee, Mrs. Jimmy Whittle glaelt:
and alto selection. majority; to 't-r- :''f ...... ) //1 ,..: \ '.' ',- "'- -.7'i'. .I ..., J :. '. ... z.J o 01 of were Mrs.played Guy under Harrell the and direction prizes Jacksonville; Mrs.Charles and DIanne Ferry -
minority; transfer policy attendance .A .: Mrs. J.C.Harrell, '
outside system of residence : ::;;: ._; : \ r"H : ... won by M/s Sue Parrlsh and the Fletcher, Gainesville; Mrs. Ivan ; -p.r.arl!
{ :
and desegregation of ''' \ ., -o. iftP". -to IH honoree, Miss Bigham.Mrs Earl Williams and Mrs. Vlckey Williams. r..ii
classroom non-classroom and '!' 'W. ''',j'.f. '---I:" ;; ,.... 1/-1' .!:r ". :' ..' y.A ak Doyle, assisted by M.'\a!! M.O. Lilly\ ; and Mrs. John F
I ".J t- ,, Harrell
served the Whitehead
extra-curricular activities anda punch to Whitehead and Mrs.Henry -
reporting provision, set out s "" : I{'; rll \t j I il"s i/-/ :. ,. tr' 60 guests attending. Lake Butler. 1 Elect. I

In Appendix B, are adopted by .. : ".'J_ 1Iob. I. Among the out of town guests Hostesses were Mrs.EC.Dou- !
Mrs. Earl Doyle, Mrs.
the Court and ordered Implemented ,""' glas,
with the II. ''w "-' .,.- .-"1 MotlcVVeMlereby Sherlffe Sal that I Bobby )Pjral. Mrs. Ernest Ed-
commencing ;:" : :. 'I .Iven !
1970-71 school vear. ._ .. ., _.:le.iii to. D. Reddleh. Sheriff dera.". wftMs. Mii. A.L. Green, Miss j. Julian L
(3) That this Court retains' .t.'. rk" -. ;i_.. ..: tort. virtue.County.. of Florid Writ of, Bxoutlon.ntlon. Shirley Green Mrs. Guy Har- I
Jurisdiction of this case until the _. to Wit: ell, and Mrs. M.O. Harrell. :
.. :s: Execution Issued out of Clrthl The wedding
Court finds that the duel system
_.. '" ,.......- '. Court Duval. County.. Flor- will take place on September 5 ;
will not be or tend to be re- --- =: ; :" hid pursuant to a final fudge. MCRAEw I
established. r: :; : 4 ment for Florida. Teloo. C..edltUown at the Brooker Baptist Church. ,

DONE AND ORDERED atJack- :: : :: -k' =. .__ .nd ....I..t a FloridA All,", ;J.Corporation Lewi., de. Ail friends and relatives are .
"; ... ."d..nt. In the amount. of M.99- Invited.
sonvllle Florida this 7th day '
of August, 1970. -,.IJ '.-."..-. .'..Ot' together. with 0010of col. ;School Board !
(s) CHARLES R. SCOTT. JUDGE -.;=:-:':v';;" .-"" "'-''-'''''.' L .. H.0";; ached the and following. have. ID tlea.rlb.d m,. SWIMMING PARTY

CC United States Attorney,Jack- ... ] possession property to wits .
--:.. : ...... -_ denAs
sonville Mr. Thomas L. Stamrlx-Hay
Casey --- 19SS iii -D1145t1 Mrs Peggy or MEMBER
Jr., Superintendent, Starke. Martin .. ID the 885 of the above Gainesville took 11 of her former i
D. Buckley Esquire Wash : .....wi. co defendant and thaot..n. students of the Brooker Elementary ; i
aimed Ausust. 1970 District No. 2
ington. ,. the Slat of maid School for an afternoon of
twelve o'clock noon on
at on premises of the Bra d. fun last week. First they wentto .

APPENDIX A .0 ... + .... + .... -I- foTd. and County sell Jail to the I will highest ofter4orsali bidder (tie Westside Pool where they i A Man Who is Sincere in His Desireto
for cash In hand the aboTe enjoyed swimming for a couple '
STUDENT ASSIGNMENT PLAN described property of said.Aforesaid de... of hours. They then went to the Help Promote Better Education for i
A. Pupils shall be assignedto endant Execution to .satiety the movies to see, "Charlie Brown." :
school In attendance areas as Those enjoying the afternoonwere our children.
follows: Range 22 East at a point approximately JIM school district snail' to consolidation and sin selection %: g"Kedhd.. : .<'h.Florlda Sheriff Stephanie\ and Todd Rakes,
0) Bradford High School, 1/2 mile South of the extent necessary to carryout Including the location of any Bradford County. a.H1I0TICID Wanda and Debbie Green. Mike I i ii
grades 9-12 for all students SR 22;, thence easterly for 3 this desegregalonplan,direct temporary classrooms) in this and DwIght Emory Robin Vote for a man who cares About ourSchools.
In the county.; miles, thence southerly to the members of Its staff as a condition system shall be done In a manner Of APPLICATION, Stokes Charlie)) Castles Arthur 0 :
(2) Bradford Middle School, Meng Dairy Rd., thence easterlyfor of continued employment which will prevent the recurrence jron..... 111.r..1 TAX..*.PEED fS.. Qulcksall John Riggs, and John i ".
grades 6-8 for all students in 3 miles to the county line, to accept new assignments of the dual school .Not! '_ e \ thatlrllfl Bristol. ....................................*:.4:
the county except the sixth thence South on the County; line 2. Staff members who work structure once this desegregationIs ; fHule.e \
grades In Hampton and Brooker. 6 miles, thence westerly 1 1/2 directly with children, and professional implemented. al:r h Id cifilficatee : i r--- --- ----- --- -----------.4
(3) Starke Elementary School, mile, thence southerly to Lake staff who work on the for. a tax deed cerliflcatCnumber. to
grades K-S for the attendancearea Santa Fe following)) the western administration level will be Issued. .th..eon.and years Th.of
described In Section B. boundary of the county; line to hired, assigned, promoted, paid, MAJORITY IV TO MINORITY the description ot the which property Jt was : Beasley Best For Bradford I It
(4) Southalde Elementary Its southernmost point, thence demoted, dismissed and otherwise .nd.....d the nun.are' follows:
School easterly along the county line treated without 105 Tear olas. le.guance
grades K-5. for the attendance -' ; regard to Certificate No. t.I t.
exlat t
area described Sector -', aDd northerly to Its point of race color or national origin Wlieneverthere.hall 19(11144Wrcor
schools containing a majority; 6['Tract:1nBE pAoeof 4''
B. origin. except to the extent necessary of t
(5)) Lawtey Elementary School, School District #4 Hampton to correct discrimination of Negro students this school NE'M "f.8IC acl1"... JD....1'08.III' IN I
grades K-5 for the attendancearea Elementary School: K-6 3. If there Is to be a reduction district shall permit a student ft., l'I 11'.. 113.
described in Section B. Begin at a point at the county In the number of principals, Negro or White) attending e .EC: 14.da 21E..ICh ..-.* M.4. FLORIDA HOUSE OF I
.' (6) BrookerElementary, line westerly 3 miles to and teachers teacher-alde.orotJJer school In which his race Is In State Hom.of rid Ina.W opertY b.lna lit It
the majority, to choose to attend AU
grades K-6. for the attendancearea along the Meng Dairy Road, professional staff employed by ; tb. Count gf Bradford State
described: In Section B. thence North I i/4 miles to a the school district which will another school where space Is :: t
(7) Hampton 'ElementarySchool point 3 miles East of western result In a dismissal or demo- available, and where Ms race I i
grades K-6, for the at- boundary of Range 22 East, thence tion of any such staff members Is In a minority.; r. REPRESENTATIVESWhy. :
tendance area described In Section westerly to a point 3 miles west the staff member to be dismissed V mie'
B. .o Range 22 East, thence or demoted must be selected ATTENDANCE OUTSIDE
(8) R.J.E. Elementary School southerly to the county line following on the basis of objectives and SYSTEM OF RESIDENCE
and Anderson Elementary School along said boundary to reasonable& non-discriminatory If the School District grants
will be closed. Santa Fe Lake thence northerlyto standards from among all the transfers to students living In t.mber 1970.aOth day of July. I
((9) Bradford-Union Area Vo a point 3 miles North of and staff of the school district. In the districts for their attendanceat 1919. this .
cationalTechnical Center for 1 1/2 mile west of the southern addition. If there Is any such public schools outside the district Inm&n D.Circuit o..enCI..k Courtet
all students In the county who boundary of county, thence dismissal or demotion, no staff or If It permits transfers:' Bradford of Colt Florid
wish to attend It, on a nondiscrimtnatory easterly to the county line and vacancy may be filled through Into the district of students who 14 Years experience- Dealingwith
basis. northerly to the point of origin. recruitment of a person of a live outside the district It shall
B. Student attendance areas School. District IS Brooker' : race, color or national origin do so on a non-discriminatory the Florida Legislature.
shall be as follows: Elementary School: K-6 different from that of the Individual basis except that It shall not ((6)
School District #LaW'teyEle- Begin at a point of Intersection dismissed or demoted consent to transfers where the State whether all faculties suchas I '
mentary School: K-S of Southern Railroad and New until each displaced staff mem- cumulative effect will reduce desegregation gymnasiums,auditoriums,and Knows the Problems of this Dis-
Lawtey Elementary School will River thence along Southern ber who Is qualified has bad an In either district or cafeterias are being operated on
knows the
trict and
enroll)) all children of the appropriate railroad to the western boundary opportunity to fill the vacancy reinforce the dual school system. a desegregated basis most ag-
grade level who reside of Range 21 East, thence southerly and has failed to accept an offer I gresive in which to enact
In the area beginning .t 4 miles thence easterly Smiles, to do so.Prior. (7) way
the Northeast corner: of(he County thence southerly to the Santa Fe to such a reduction, the VIREPORTING Give brief description of any Legislature to help solve them.
and thence'South to the southern River, following the Santa Fe River school board will develop or require PROVISION present or proposed construction
boundary of Township 5 South, along the county; line to Its the development of nonracial (A) The school district shall, or expansion of facilities: ;Including : -
thence West along said line to Intersection with the New River objectives criteria to be on October 1, 1970. and on April

Water Oak Creek, following said thence northeasterly along the used In selecting the staff member 15, 1971. and on the same dates Ca) the exact location and nature Les Beasley will be your full time Representativeyour
New River to the point of origin. who Is to be dismissed biannually thereafter
Creek to the Western boundary or until farther of the proposed site acquisition
of E. 22 East, thence Northerlyto SPECIAL NOTE: Students who demoted. These criteria shall order of. this court, file new construction or expansion; ( present Representative failed to vote more than
the State Prison property and are not residents of Bradford be available for public inspection with the clerk of this court a report (b) the grade levels to be served I 500 times during the 1970 Session and received full

New River, thence Northerly to County will bA admitted to the and shall be retained by the setting forth the following: by proposed structure, and the tine pay out of your pocket. )
the Baker County line and Easterly ; school neared their residence school district. The school district anticipated number and race of
to the point of origin. pending available ..pace.C. also shall record and preserve Q) the students to be assigned; I
School District 12. Starke Ele- The R.J.E. and Anderson the evaluation of staff (a) The number of students (c) the action taken by the board Can you afford part time service for full time pay?

mentary School: K-5 Elementary schools are to be members under the criteria.Such brace enrolled In the school pursuant to the 'submitted proposal Les Beasley promises full time service looking after,
Begin at the boundary of New closed on the conditions that the evaluation shall be made available and the
anticipated date
and forward for Uhe best Interests for the 16th
River and State Prison property, schools to remain open will have upon request to the dismissed (Q b) The number of students for: Q)preliminary architectural I pushing

thence Southerly along western adequate; capacities for pupils or demoted employee. by race enrolled In each school plans, ((2) final plan, ((3) construction I District.
to be assigned that bus "Demotion" used above Includes of the district
boundary of Range 22 East to routesbe u ; bids advertised and accepted \ -
Water Oak Creek thence easterly designed so no discrimination any reassignment 0)under (c) The number of students (4) site preparation, (5)eantructon ) I Les Beasley Is not a young crusader but a pratlcal I II
exists on bus which the staff member receives by
along southem boundary of Township any provided to race enrolled In each classroom : undertaken
5 to county line, thence I transport pupils to schools Involved less pay or has less responsibility In each of the schools Into I businessman who will work hard for the Interests of i iI

mile South and Westerly to the !, that no bus be used only ; than under the assignmenthe district (8) every family In the 16th District.
Seaboard Coast Line Railroad, to transport pupils of one race to held previously. (2) which (a) State whether the school I
thence southerly to a point approximately attain the objectives of this alternative requires" a lesser degree of skill munbeer board has sold or abandoned any I I II
1/4 mile Inside City!; proposal, that faculty!; than did the assignment he held (a) The of full time school facility equipment, or He will work for the Interests of State employees

Limits of Starke thence easterlyto members from schools proposedfor previously or (3) under which teachers by race In the district; supplies having a total value I who are underpaid In comparlslon to today's high cost
City; LImIts of Starke thence closing be assigned to other the staff member Is asked to O b) The number of full time of more than $500.00 since this of living.
southerly to SR 16, thence: -resterly schools on a non-discriminatory teach a subject or grade other "teachers by race In each school court's order entered this day. I
to the Seaboard Coast Line basis and to positions equal to than one for which he Is certified In the district; (b) State whether the school
Railroad,,. proceeding South to their present po.ldooandnlated or for which be has had (c) The number' of part time board has sold, abandoned, or I He will work for the repeal of the cane pole 'fishing
SR 100 thence westerly to Intersection to their training and qualifications substantial experience within a teachers by race In the district; otherwise transferred any real I tax. /
with western boundary of and that principals from reasonably current' period. In (d) The number of part Ume property of this school district
Range 22 East thence: southerly schools proposed for closing be general and depending upon the teachers by race In each school since: this court's order entered
to Crosby Lake thence westerlyto assigned to positions commensurate subject matter Involved, five In the district. this day. I Les Beasley Is a native Floridian 52 year ,old busline

Intersection with Southern to their present assignments yen Is such a reasonable perU (c) State whether the school I ssman; a member of the First Baptist Church In Keystone -
Railroad,,. thence northwesterly to of responsibility!; and pay. ((3)) board has closed or discontinued
I Heights active In Civic and Community affairs II t
Describe ; ;
New River and returning along for the current school use of any school property,buildIng -
boundary of said river to the APPENDIX B semester the requests and the or facility!; since this court's I former Mayor and Municipal Judge of Keystone Heights ; I
point of origin. I results which have occured., by order entered this day. well known In business activities In Starke and Bradford -
TRANSPORTATIONThe race, under the majority!; the CB) Copies of reports are to I I
School District *3 Southslde FACULTY DESEGREGATIONThe transportation system minority transfer provision be served on the Department of County ; lives In Keystone Heights! Married to the
Elementary School: K-5 school board shall announce shall be completely re-examined which Is a part of this Court's Justice. I former Edna Williams of Waldo and has one daughter I II
Bests at a toint 1 mile South and Implement the following regularly by the superintendent. Order of this day Marian who graduated from Starke and Bradford County
of Southern boundary Township policies: his staff and the school board. VDIESECRECATION I I
5 'S, proceed west to the Sea- I. The principals: teachers, Bus routes' and the assignment High School In 1966.
board Coast Line Railroad,,. teacher-aids and other staff who of students to busses will be. State the. mmieer of Inter-dis OF I I ILea

thence southerly to a point 1/4 work directly: with children a designed to Insure.. .....portat10a trict transfers granted during CLASSROOM NON- Beasley pledges aggressive quality legislation I
mile to the City Limits of Starke, school shall be so assigned that of all eligible plls on a the current school .semester or CLASSROOM AND
thence easterly to the City Limits In no case will the racial composition sine the last report to the Court EXTRACURRICULARACTIVITIES with dignity and Integrity .
of Starke thence southerly of a staff Indicate that nonnonrlmteldnatoribbasia. he- race of the students,,
to SR 16, thence westerly along 1 school Is Intended for Negro ra granted such transfers and fl* The school district shall be Yes *
Les Is Bee Bradford j jI
SR 16 to Seaboard Coast Line students or White students. The school dUtrk*to which the trans prohibited" from maintalnfrng a- For
Railroad, thence southerly to SR district shall assign the staff fen were allowed classroom non-classroom, 01
100. .and westerly on SR 100 to described above so that the ratio SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION AND extracurricular activity; on a segregated I
the western boundary of Range ,of Negro to White teachers: In SITE SELECTION whetar S) .basis, so that no student As Your Representative In The Legislature I j jI

22 East, thence south to Crosby ,each school MIl ,the ratio of The 'SM and location of DM State the transporta Is effectively excluded from.ttIIDdInc I r
Lake thence westerly to Inter* other staff la each, are substantially school bnlldlnn and don an.... If any In the dU5 any class or perUdpatIIv BRADFORD. 'I IL
section with the Southern Railroad the same ratio u to to..exLfting bufJcUnp :!.t, trlct ? d*!aegregated! to the extent In any non-classroom or I 16TH DISTRICT COMPRISED OF BAKER ) CLAY

thence: South 4 miles. East the teachers and other staff respectively CAIIt1y atD ct tiegfegatlor that Negro and White stu extracurricular activity on the I COLUMBIA. NASSAU AND UNION COUNTIES j
6 miles to a point of Intersection in the entire school and fa OM future. DOW'I I dents are transported dally. on basis of race, color, or national ___ __>__>_
with the western boundary of system. AU school construction the same bus... origin.
,, school AUG. 20. 1970 TEI.F.GHAPII PAGE IIr

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County.; Officials of the DuPont facturing plant on a 2,200 acre
Titanium Mining Operation Company: have Indicated that they site on Fleming Island. DuPont
Vote For and have long-range plans to locate already conducts llmenlte mining

+ r I Announced For Clay County the firm's first Florida mama- operations near Starke and
ill W. "BtSTER" BENNETT Lawtey.

Plans for the location of a duce titanium.minerals. These
3o .Years Experience titanium minerals mining operation mineral, Include rutlle. llmenlteleucoxene.
J V near Green Cove Springs zircon and monazite.
.;SCHOOL 1 BOARD' MEMBER + have been announced by an official The announcement said the FLORIDA THEATREShowtimeWeekdays

1 County at Large I of the newly formed TItanium company will use an extensiveland
District which
Groundbreaking reclamation program
in continual! \ upgrading: of School Is Enterprises.scheduled later this employs the moetup.todatemeU10ds 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00
Vaf year, with the plant expected: to protect the natural en-
Married with two children to be In full operation In 1972. vironment. In addition to being FRI., SAT. AUGUST 21. 22
District 1 An estimated 100 to 150 people) designed to meet local, state
School Trustee will be employed at the site and federal regulations, the program NO. 1 NO. 2

Graduate: of B.H.S Member of P.T.A. which was not ann uncecl. includes Improvement of
Titanium Enterprises Is a the local environment through Destroy the most

Joint venture by American Cyan- the creation of man-made lakes, ThePeanuts' dangerous animal'alive
amid Co. and the Union Camp and through control of land-grad Gang

," I'Y" Corporation. ing and contouring, with replacement ...TMI LMIT.!
!' :!f"/lr.)'
in their
Circuit Court and soil.
tlol l' Clay County; of trees top
Clerk George Carlisle UId Union This Is the second report of cMovie!
Camp owns property; about seven new Industry coming Into Clay first
miles south of Green Cove on the .
rA KNOW YOURFURNITURE I west side of Highway 17. f.c
A spokesman for Titanium Ekee WILLIAM H. (BILL)

Enterprises said the ore Is 'atypical
; ancient beach sand deposit .
J" which will be mined by 1 \ 2
i t.; :
u. JI : using the conventional dredging,
; I J'x.': 5 b. wet gravity; and magnetic and PUB.8ERV.COMM.
By BILL WILSON -,.."" .,,', .._. .... high tension techniques to pro- _
.I' ,...
: : pd. ado. ;, .
'i -

; 4 striking: difference that can be made in up. 301 DRIVEINShow y

SLAT-BACK CHAIR s grading a piece of property by the construction of a

I: 7) new home is illustrated ,in above photographs. At Begins At Sundown .-..----
r top, is scene on N. Orange Street several months ago
; Staying awake with dilapidated frame house on corner lot. Below iaf" Boy Warned
.. to study was : TOURS. FRI., SAT. AUG. 20, 21, 22 .COLOR t the way same corner looks today after property was 'Brown"ncmcouM
Double Feature Charite
J.J?,. made' easier hJ purchased by Townhouse Enterprises for constructionof Program e.d.o Hi. TARJAN TV SOIH

Rome 300 years :i!y one of its new type precut homes.Let's hwnMi. 1"fJ& & 't7J "''TIIJ *MTKMM.tcxMi. wiuws\ .KUAK THEATRESUN.MON.TUES.
'p.: ago by the nn ,, *own*cnmm Ra.raaNTAIe"
: slutbackchuir.I "'" AND THE'DNDEBW'ArERI.I.'X [GIC

On the r' :! ....... Inspired b.. JULIS i I

e;. top rail were x i i'llri GoGardening rSKRT OUX:
ironcandlesticks. RYAN-CONNORS$ V
wrought ; AUG 23-24-25

f and if you J\j ; !!.k' t < DOUBLE FEATURE

i ; dozed for long, i5' : [@JIAYUJOA] .1mtisecao 1' 1' 1 / '
you might get't\#
burned Naturally By Bervey ........ Editor PLUS -
Florida Agricultural Lat -
f.r ,the candles p
1ti" real] pur il..; toa Sorvlo .

is pose was to 9 l: about five weeks after plantingOn
?;t 1 the sufficient \ :'!;{ Growing glads In the home Is very sandy soils the glads wl.r.t l

'; i for read. 4 easy. will grow better If offered at "
!light heists
e.fortune. In Mexican
ing and] study j Corms -- commonly called least three applications of plant : gold HORROR
ft<> ti bulbs -- planted now will producea -
:.' 1.Y food at two-week intervals after
ing. splash of color In 60 to 90 planting. halo In arelll ro uchon ram M In etrocolor ar.
f .I days. These tall stem beauties Spread the fertilizer on both I wn / MOUSE
; have eye appeal. They attract sides of the row about six inches SUN., MON., TUBS., WED. AUG. 23, 24, 25, 26 ,I ItiPIR-:' COLOR..oN..a

.' If you are a 1' attention as a garden flower, a from the plants and work into the Double Feature Program .IWCN .I'.NI+ .u..r.lIJ
with .. rya .N II 1.H1NORTH nNO a+
bill-back" rh ir F. In the home r/jaNYI!
ire bouquet or an arrangement .i.d..l
.. not. at an. rolling tandln ,, soil surface without harming the
tiiie| huntingv it..v' for the church. root system. Water well after IIV
might i B: For a blend of colors, plant fertilizing to carry the fertilizerinto The of man... .
rOll ; story a woman.
'.t keep in mind, that, these chairs often have !; several varieties of glads. the root zone. COMEFAC* Start with June Bells or White and a girl who rated all her
?f{ n a M-orilic 1 ' :and are made of :Maple. f f{ Friendship for a snow white dis To prevent diseases, purchase .
play. Mingle In a few corms ofHopman's only clean, bright corms.Usually lovers in a little black tRod al HIS}loot

I1Jj f: Glory orSpotllghtvar- ; small corms, one-inch in
lety; for a splash of yellow. Add diameter, are healthier than larger Steiger
BadcocfeFURNITURE Dull, dark husks indicate
corms. -
Valeria or San Soucl for red hues
f and plant Elizabeth the Queen fora old corms which might Claire Bloom *JUUAN BLAUSTEIN PRODUCTION
dash of lavender.For carry diseases.
are more than two or three
corms of Friendship, Spick and
ii Thin/, li llii'7 liril\-f, 'irt in a Sprit' '.I N+ rI Span or Phantom Beauty.; shriveled by rot, it's best to
: ;
,, ,\\I,,,,, ,.,,.!;.J"'1'); Gladiolus thrive best In well- your purchase ,
a s ''' ... ;, .... tNW.: .:' .. drained soil In a sunny location.To where. .
( .Iir.\: iI.'' v,; : o" (
.. .:> '' : .
If disease
"_ ,.r' :;;,1W.l...*!,*&. ';.o1''T.'' W. ': :'fI'NR: >.I. :Kft/'" prepare a bed for planting, spots show up on PLUS OP L'r' ;IF A I'ITFRNATIONAL I
leaves of the
cultivate throughly and remove plants, spray oncea -
all weeds and trash. Mark off week with zlneb or maneb. .' ""
the In This will prevent the healthy f"'u. X" 1t
rows the planting bed --
GAINESVILLE perhaps to form a design that plants from getting Infected.In RoutJD Tll&MULBEmw .. ....w-,. ". .____---tI"
will add additional beauty; at blossoming warm weather keep an eye M:GO .
I time.In out for thrips. To control them, COLOR"'" DoL.... a :\ w t"' H >! H i I.r OANO.
apply a weekly dust of Undone or -
well-drained or very sandy AFC.YwN.tDl'QA.OULIS.IIIT" or tIWOTNCTUMta CIIOOOjIftOIO:
Business soil, prepare a two or three-Inch malathion. -
DirectoryAUTO trench for planting'_ On. clay or
organic soils place the corms at
ground level and mound up the SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT OF
earth at least four Inches over INITIAL
Set the corms firmly) Into the

BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Faris Inc. soil, four to six Inches apart In
rows that are two to three feet STUB NO. 1

When planting Is finished, rake Signature of Elector
!SALES SERVICE leectlcldesPet Supplies
In a commercial fertilizer suchas PRECINCT. 15-B J ______________
Fine Selection of Vied Car FERTILIZERSWe
a 4-8-8 (NPK)on the sides of
Taken Om Cadlllae Trades
Rent Fertilizer Spreaders the beds, but not directly over the
2001 N.". 13th Ph. 378-U01 .
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corms. --------------- --------------
Use about 2 1/2 pounds of
GLASS plant food per IUU feet or row.
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA Water the area to dissolve the SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT
fertilizer. NO.( ..
LIDDELL -- -------------- ISSUING
By selecting varieties plant- REPUBLICAN PARTY
Ing on alternate weeks, it Is possible OFFICE:
to extend flowering over a
4 wheel drive and ear Glass Company"Glass
Sales considerable period. STUB NO. 2
Parts Service
While awaiting for the flower
Clean Used Toyota | For Every Purpose"
1700 N. Main 376-1251 I Store Pronto-;ABrrors spiked to show, keep the glads ..
Tub En.clo.suShower free of weeds. Skimming the soil PKECINCT NO. 15.B -------- -----

Furniture Tops Class Replaced with a small hoe Is the best way
I to defeat the pest plants. Also,
VAR HEYL shallow cultivation causes less --------------------------------------------,.-------------

Lincoln Mercury | NEW LOCATION damage to the gladlclus roots. .JJ.
University of Florida Experi-
1228 So. Main Gainesville ;
ment Station horticlturists say SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT
372-8191 1102
2201 N. Main Gainesville ;
that glads on medium soil need
372-4251 I another application of fertilizer

.or |

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Mark HI-Enirlsh Ford I'
Griffin Suits
Cleanest Used Cars AvailableTtenutv Arrow Shirts Florahelm .>..
Formal RrntaU PRECINCT NO. I5-TJ
AcademyPOWELL'S Ladles Sportswear

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Phone 964-b4tt4 I t
For Governor i
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Baptist Chi 1-4 dt SAVINGS
will holdfo revival begtuilreta
Monday August 24 and conttnuiw: '
through the 30th. Rev. James
Branch of Jacksonville will be
the .speaker.. There will t.
special song services each even-
tag beginning at 7:30 pjn.Everyone
Is welcome.
Rev. Albert Knight la pastor of
Evergreen Church and residesat

as Methodist the the FaiU place Waters known Vacation home.formerly- Bible, OatiS I' t.QViEt) (R G. '.IARI.eRicE': ;: : : '.. ':. E.EIUV: iS .t ..tA'Sj .,,' '.s R ;. {'-$ P :

school was held Monday through S'f
Friday of last week with good attendance '
each day.: The opening AUG. 26
services each morning were con
ducted by Rev. Don Denton and
worker of Miami. The children / e
were divided Into four classes:
Kindergarten taught by Mrs. Eugene
Starling assisted by Elaine
Walmrrlght. George Fagan, Debbie -
Starling. Nena .Day; First
and second by Mrs. D.E. BoatJ'lght -
and Cindy Duck; Third and
fourth by Mrs. John Dempsey,
Sherrl Napier and Marian Den-
son and fifth and sixth by Mrs.
Roscoe Norton and Debbie Joe USDA GRADE A
Napier. Others helping were Mrs.
H.E. PrIest Mrs. T.L. Wainwright QUICK FROZEN
Mrs. H.C. Walnwrlght,
Mrs. D.A.Jones Mrs.T.V.Duck,
and Miss Enza Blanchard.and V' '4jt+ +Iaawawrwxr+'
Miss Enza Blanchard. The {

day closing evening program with was a number held Fri of .. .. 'Roast $| 29
parents' and friends attendance Rump IBIB.
10 IBS.
followed by refreshments in Fellowship WHILE THEY LAST!
happy week for all who took $ 39
part. Youth and adult Classes J Round Roast |
were held In the evening Monday 'Fa'lJasia GIJj1f1 39
through Thursday by S.C. 1 W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEFChuck
Harley and Rev. Don Denton.


Church of Cod: Sunday School EACH
10 a.m., Worship services 11 DINNER PLATE FRUIT DISH W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF CALIFORNIA and 7:30. p.m., YPE Thurs- CUP or SAUCER BREAD & BUTTER Roast 89e
: p.m.Highland Baptist:Sunday School WITH A $n.. PURCHASE lB.

9:45 ajn., Worship services 11 W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE!BEEF BONELESS!
a.m. and 7:30: p.m.,Prayer meetIng -
Wednesday 7:30p.rn.followed CHEK ASSORTED SOFTDRINKS Chuck Roast. IB.IB.. 99c
by choir practice.

? PERSONALS Roast $119
Mrs. Edward Rowe and child- .
ren of Jacksonville spent Friday W-D BRAND GAOUNDRound
to Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. "
B.L. Wilkison and Paul Wllkl- Steak ;.Tr LB. 99
son of Orlando was a Saturday .
visitor. WD BEEF CUBE! \' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Parcilucl
of Gainesville.met their mother .
Mrs. C. E. Strickland also '
of Gainesville SWIFT PREMIUM All MEAT
: at Jacksonville 9i
Airport on Sunday and they FranksSUNNYLAND MB.PKO.. 79
stopped by for a short visit withMiss s . .
EllzaMth Terry their CHOICE

return Mrs.trip.Charlie Manning attended'a : .'.,.\'. Pork Sausage 69
family dinner at the home of IB.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin TENDER SLICED BEEP
given in honor of three of their j
sons Robert Lee and Donald, NO.2'/j Liver. . . lB.49c
"twins" and Kenneth In Joint CANS
celebration niversaries.of their birthday an

Miss Arthurlne Blanchard
spent the weekendwithMissEII28 BRIQUETTES! 28-or.: Quantity Rlghtt. R...rvdWINN
Mrs. Ernest Wells has re Charcoal : 'B,1e' 78c NRB'S THRIFTY MAID
turned from several weeks visit
with her son E.B. Wells and 1 N 3
family in Huntsvllle Ala. Ken- Salmon. CAN 6Sc Peas .5 ANs l00
neth Terrell of Gainesville Is

grandmother. Potatoes No-3 can 10* Punch .3 Ns M00 SUGAR
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.D.
Dobbs on Thursday and Friday Limit. 6 cans With $,. order EL V WT.*
their Mrs. '
were granddaughter vOCKTOII 6 CANS $100|
Harvey Herring Mr. Herringand
their son of Norfolk. Va. A DOLL SWEETHEART! LIQUID limit On W/15 Order Excluding CigararteiBiscuits

Mr. and Mrs. Kacy Dobbs and Tissue . PKG. 29C Detergent 4 Ss$1:
daughter of Jacksonville were ARROW ASSORTED
and Mrs. H.C. Crews of Tomatoes 6 N0303 CANS $TOO TRAWA1eWAYEBERRYCNlAAY,CINNAMON ..
ilmll O WOrd r
Clearwater were visiting Mrs. .. $1 00 '
Mamie Crews on\ Sunday.Mr. DIXIE!DARLING POTATO Pop-Ups 3.10Vro
and Mrs. W.L. Durban 12.PK
and sons of Gainesville spent 20-OI.
Sunday with Mrs..Ed Durban. DIXIE! DARLING RAISIN CINNAMON Bread .4 LOAVES $100]
and Julieof FRUIT OR PECAN!
Mrs. T.L. Barry
Jacksonville visited Mr. and Buns 3 B-PK. $1 IOO /
Mrs. J.H. Eunice and Mrs.Selma PKG. Corn .7 303$100]
Eunice on Sunday. VANITY FAIR
Miami Miss and Sheron Mrs.Strickland H.E. Priests of Towels .3 '% 88C Plums| .4 N CANS $100 LB. / 1

niece Nena Day and great niece THRIFTY MAID CUT THRIFTY MAID MIXED! VEGETABLES! Sandra Sills of Cekar Key spent n a
last week with the Priests. Asparagus3 0-$100 Potatoes 5 tN 3$1OO
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Crews
visited Mr. and Mrs. W.H.
Richardson in Orange Park on

vett visiting of West Mr. and Palm Mrs.Beach Melson were Loupes 3 FOP $100 Juice..3 CANS 1 : 99C U.S. NO. REGULARPOTATOES

Privett on Thursday. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Obed Pauley and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs.Macel Peaches 6 $1]00 Shrimp 218.PKG.: $99
Pauley and son\ are spending this l LBS -
week with Mrs. Verna PauleyIn VINE!RIPE! MORTON HONETTBun !

Huntington, W. Va. DINNERS p Tomatoes LB.19c 4 :: : $100SANTA ]


STARKEBUSINESS CHICKEN i l-m 'I Plums .4 LSS.HDS.. $100] Potatoes 5 :: : $100|


BEEF 2 39e39C Pizza EACH 69e39e
TURKEY e e e e

10 1 LBS.

Gilbert S. Brown Corn 10 EARS! 69C Lemonade 9 CANS A-ot. 99c

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Is A Good Time Services Held ,. ,.. ., .' .. ., ,..... -- .....,. .. ...." -- .-. "'.
August 74;;='1, "I'3'.t4t''fd'# ;: "' '@.: )}) ;::;::; ': '\\l; ,
II ./n.:: .. :. (t.(? *} .: '
Azaleas Camellias For Mrs. Wager '-x ,.. / ,. G? :" :; : :{ .:IW'1y".l ; ';:
To Feed 'hff"h: : '''/- .,. : '>< ::. .. .>rr-: 1'7' :sf'
In Jones Chapel ..': .,.,.<: ( ... a : .. .. ,< :.?. .'.> :: .::1.,(.'

t 1 .:i'v.:' ttiiIJ ..IM Wf 116JtJ; : ''fild rfJlJIl tf)fltJil1t 1tj1lfj9'i( ( !! .

August is an.excellent time to Remember the root system la Mrs. Shirley W. Wager 39, <. .' .. T
limited. If would like ,
apply 1h'last feeding to azaleasand very you of
Starke. died '
Sunday t In the
camellias. This will finish more Information on how to air Bradford
County; Hospital aftera
layer a plant consult with your -
off the plant as far as bud develop sudden Illness.
ment goes, according to the local nurseryman or your AgrI- She
was born in Starke
cultural Extension Service. on FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Florida and Growers
Nurserymen -
Association. One of the major problems April 11,1931, and was the, daugh- CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Morn-
ter of
Rudolph Weaver.
encountered by most commercial LATTER DAY SAINTS Northwestof Law- Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth
Low create
pressure areas Highway 125, Bible 10
She Sunday a.m.
: ;
was a Baptist. Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng -
; Fellowship, 6 Choir Prac-
heavy rains which in turn leach growers and homeowners in tile Surviving is her 1404 E. Bessent Road t tey. Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Morning Worship and Communion p.m.
husband J. Worship, 11 Evening
out much of the fertilizer in the hot, humid months Is powdery 8:30 Sunday Night ; tice Wednesday 8 p.m.
Gordon Wager of Starke : a.m. j Ing Worship : Service, 11 a.m. Evening ser-
her Worship, 7:30 Prayer
; p.m.; -Rev. Robert D. Burch
millions !
mildew. It thrives,produces .
soil. FNGA suggests that you apply mother Mrs. Josephine Stewart Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacrament Service 7:30: p.m. vices, 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. .
a good organic fertilizer tc of spores and can com- Tampa; one daughter Mrs.Karen 6 p.m. Meeting 7:30 p.m.Rev.. Worship service J.C. Saunders pastor. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
prevent complete deletion of nutrients pletely reduce the flowering McCullough, Hampton; and a sis MondayMia 7:30 p.m. Albert Knight, pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway -lOO A, Starke (Griffls -
in the soil.An all-organic ability; of plants. You may find ter, Mrs. Betty; Jo Croft,Tampa. TuesdayPrimary 4:30 p.m. Loop).
fertilizer such as sludge or seed powdery mildew attacking the Funeral services held WednesdayRelief Society; PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAFEl* Sunday School 10 a.m.Morning
were at
meals will be quite acceptable. older oak leaves in northern 10 Thursday In 7:30 p.m. Sunday School, 10 Morning HA&2CXQJSLCI1BISTIAN Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday Worship at 11. Training Union
a.m. the DeWItt CHURCH
If you don't prefer to use this type Florida during this month but Is C. Jones Chapel. Interment Jesse D. Branson, Branch : Worship, 11 a.m. Pre- School School, 11 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30. Evening Worship. 7:30.
Sunday 10 MornIng :
of material it is suggested that a little later In central and south in Crosby Lake was ':resident.: !Services Booster Band Young a.m. 6 p.m. Training Union 7 Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday -
Cemetery. Worship 11
a.m. Evening
you use a commercial fertilizerwith Florida. Powdery mildew is a People and Prayer Service), 6 p.m. Evening Worship. 7:3Rev.( Don R.
true fungus and causes a dis- Worship 7 Worship, Shaw pas Wednesday7:30 Prayer Ser-
at least 60% organic nitro- JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening p.m. Drawdy, Pastor.
tortion of the leaves as well as BAPTIST MISSION Midweek Service Wednesday tor. vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday
gen.There is still time to air layer some leaf drop. There are FARM BUREAU SUPPERAT U.S. 301 North behind Tastes 7:30 pjn. Rev. John Strickland night- p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
many of the homeground orna- several controls powdery,but LAWTEY SCHOOL Freez Drive In Sunday hator.1I0. BROOKER Sunday School 9:30( ; Training
mentals. Copper leaf, crotons, again It is advisable to con- School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Wor-
rubber trees, and hibiscus will sult your local nurseryman. The Bradford County; Farm Bureau vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Rev. Jim FLA. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. ship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship
will hold its Temple ;
form roots before the cold sea- Mildew will grow on the upper quarterly meet- Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- BAPTJST.CHJURCH pastor. 11 Eve- 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30
ing and lay School. 10 Morning Worship, a.m.;
covered dish at a.m. Ron Bris-
descends and lower surface of a leaf supper Wednesday.
Florida. Air
son on 100 at Theressa)
Highway tol ning Worship, 7p.m. Wed. Prayer -
the School Superintendent. ;
layered plants should be placedin so it Is suggested in that you use at 7 Lawtey o'clock. All Bureau Saturday member night day.Leroy Olive, pastor, E.L Sunday School- a.mi:, Morning Union, 6:45: p.m. Lowell Training 1 Douglas Meeting and Bible Study, 7p.m. Pastor Rev. Robert West.
great procedures.
pots in order that they may care V" spray. r families are urged to attend. Griffls, associate pastor. Worship- a.m.; Training Director. Worship Services, Study on Book of Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
adapt themselves to a soil con- Union6:30: p.m.; EvenlnggWor- 11 ,
a.m. 7:30. Lavern
Outlaw u.r. t-revatt pastor everyone Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
dition. If the air layered plant is DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH shlp7:15: P.m.. music director. Welcome.
placed directly in the ground SENIORCITIZENS BROOKER Wednesday Night Prayer Ser- Worship, 11 a.m. Training
close attention should be paid to Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- vices7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship

watering and protection. A light EVERGREEN CHURCH ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Packham pastor. HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 8 pjn. Wednesday night service
shade placed Training Union, 6 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.L.L. .
over a recently air 'p.m. p.m.-
.. PLANS REVIVAL CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School, Parker pastor.
layered plant will it pastor.
give Conway
some Jlt v. Lacy
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Morn- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship :
protection from the hot fall sun.Kttelect Joe KerriganThe Evergreen Baptist Church will GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship, 11. Training Union. a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 P.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH

_. ._ title of Senior Citizen Is hold a week's Revival starting CHURCH OF GOD Starke. 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-
tGi A"111f i4tr* t0 honorable respectable and well August 24 and running through 422 N. St. Clair St., tag Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 P.m. Midweek Prayer Service 7:30.: p.m. Ing Worship II. Training Union
deserved because we have gainedour Sunday School, 10( a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns, pastor.
August 30. Song Service will -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pastor -J.C. Brown minister 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.
seniority; during the many start each night at 7:30.: The Services II a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
years of honest toil, raising -Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor. .
evangelist will be
Rev. James r--------a-eeeeeee ---- ----- e a e a a-ee-
families and paying our way. Branch of Jacksonville. Special ,
Growing old is a a natural way of singing night.
life and what is wrong with II? Albert every Knight, pastor. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD j *
We all will arrive there one day Raiford Road and W. Weldon j J
except those who drop out at an St. Sunday School, 10 a.m. C.A. 1 tv

earlier age. Service, 11 a.m. Evangelist Service j /1# FOR HIS FUTURE
What we need in our senior THREE DAY REVIVALAT 7 p.m. Mid-week service, ] a. I I1f
years is respect, dignity; and LAURA BAPTIST Wednesday 7 p.m.Ralph G. .
above all, the means to support Kirkland, pastor.
ourselves decently. We alsoneqd 1 Laura Baptist Church is hav- j I ? t A birllulny! party' 1.t'III1.tlll'iII.. .* the &:children and I

medical care and medicine to ing a three-day Revival on Aug
promote good health and a feel- ust 26, 27 and 28 with a different SMYRNA MISSIONARY |I probably the ,climax rome' \ihen' they blow out the I

Ing of well-belng.Withln this we guest speaker each night. BAPTIST CHURCH j
need an organization where we Homecoming will be held the 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- 1 I candles. and, make a x ish.. His wish i would I

can meet at specific times and following Sunday with Rev. Don- vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. I
REP. GENESHAW enjoy others company. It is also ald Willis bringing the message Preaching 11 a.m. Training 1 probably hi for M bright, shiny new toy, but you an a I

good to do some community; work, followed by dinner on the grounds. Union, 5:45 p.m. Evening Wor- i I
within our ability; such as repairing Singing will be enjoyed during ship, 7 Everyone pastor parent would wind for. him the things that ,really count,
books at the Elder A.G. Flynn, |i
Library the afternoon, with several gos- I
Public ,attending the mobile pel groups presenting special CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS I such an iriwxl, health happiness| friends anllIlol1jl :
unite when they come around numbers. The public is invitedto CHURCH
and other small services.TransportaUon with these ileeKT| and more serious things should
attend the services and the Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn-
then becomesa afternoon sing. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- .
It Tk HMM 01e he a for him to have the
problem for some of us because vice 6:00: p.m. Evening 'Worship prayer "right interestand ,
IEPRESENTATIVES'Ry of our inability; to own a '
? car or drive one but, in the 7.p.m.Thursday night Prayer Meet ;. 7 ,relationship ;Jo O H|. You can help these things by I
main some of our members do
rxjtrrifnce, tleilirnliiin meetings.share rides to and from our HINTER REUNIONThe 7:30 Ivy p.m.Luke PastorNORTHSIDE I a taking him to churchirs I IM Iw

and tiitrrrity-bent quulifit-tl, Togetherness was protrayed annual Hunter Reunion will BAPTIST I
lo ttnm iht profit''" long time ago as an Americanway be Recreation held at the Suwannee County; CHURCH I

of life, thus this spirit i is Center in Live Oak Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ;
on Sunday
Oi t.l6 (D m) engendered at our bi-weekly lunch will be Aug.served 23. A basket Sunday School, 11. Sunday Evening I I R I
atl 1
meetings. Our theme i is p.m. } r
song Worship, 6 p.m. Training t V
"The More We Get Together, All descendents of William Miles Jnion, 7:30.: I R M ;ElyG%; + I. I

the Happier We Will Be". Hunter are invited to attend.Air ThursdayTeachers and Officers I f / r r re : w.:,. ;;tiI

Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer ,
Meeting 7:30.Edward: I <; eitD i1I
C. Harvey pastor.ST. .

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(NoThermostat School,. 9:30: ; Morning Worship WILLIAMS STARKE BUILDERS
51KP054 .5,000 BTU -.- 115 Volt ) $98.00 11; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service BRADFORD
6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams JEWELRYOfficial SUPPLIES Inc.
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51KP055 -.5,000 BTU --- 115 Volt Thermo'ln. $130.00 pastor. ABSTRACT CO.

51KK065 -6,000 BTU -- 115 Volt 'tii 5 Hip." $148.00 Class Rings Better Service For Your Featuring Ace Hardware
Wid.. FIRST UNITED METHODIST Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Suppliesand

51SA077 BTU115 Volt mp1uxp< > STARKE Title Problems
7,000 $175.00 Suxky School. 9:45; Morning ETULOVA' WATCHES Sporting Goods
Worship U; Junior and Senior Abstracts
51SA100 BTU 115 Volt 142 W. Call St. Starke
--- 9,000 --

51DF120--- 11,000 BTU --- 115 Volt ((),.1nn) $205.00 7:30.ThursdayCancel Choir R*- 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881 219 Washington St. 964-5270

51DF14051DE162 BTU 220 Volt team, 7:30. STARKE "66"
--- 12,500 --- $235.00

15,500 BTU 220 Volt19,000 Putor
--- --- $255.00 TELEGRAPH
Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231

51DE21051DE270 --- BTU --- 220 Volt $315.00 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Tire Tru-lng 1 1Ow OFFICC SUPPLIES

22,500 BTU --- 220 Volt $350.00 Headlight Adjusting + ; TYPE WHITES*

Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning Brake Service c:> ADDING MACHINES
Worship, at 11; sermon by guest --
WESTINGHOUSE speaker, Rev. G.A. Ratteree; Wheel Balance and
Nominating Committee,5:30p.m.: rmrrocorucju: k.m iwJ1
( Training Union, 6:15: ; Evening Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 U ..... TU .... 4r.d..ry out

ACO50 .-- 5,000 BTU --- 115 Volt ierunostatt $95.00Thermostat Worship Ratteree., 7:30: ; sermon by Rev. PROMPT ROAD SERVICE of t.wr wort.UCOAI. .-

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AH084 BTU 115 Volt sic Program 2 p.m. 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100 llurra.oPU
8,000 $175.00
--- --- Wednesday -- Family Night

Supper, 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting, UO S. Temple
MHK111 -- 10,500 BTU --- 115 Volt $205.00 RA Meeting, 6:30: ; Teachers and BRADFORD COUNTY -
Officers Meeting, 7:15; Church FLORIDA
Choir Practice, 8:15.: TELEGRAPH
MSKI41---14,000 BTU 115 Volt
--- $263.00
Thursday -- Visitation, 7 p.m.
--W.A. Hogan, pastor OFFICE SUPPLIES EST
AH151 BTU 220 Volt EDWARDSGrocery
-- 15,000 $235.00


Groceries 8 QlPllta,
Meats Feed tip
AS241 24.000 BTU -. 220 Volt 340.00 Opportunities for service
Sunday School, 9:45
: ; to f 25. Take the out
Worship 11; Training Union 6:15: ; of paper work.LKOAL ._ drudgery Jack and Gladys EdwardsU.
539 E. Call St.
SLADE GAS Whit Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Even- Starke Fla.

Ing Worship, 7:30.: .-oa.... S. 301 South Starke Phone 964-5745 for FREE

Monday -- Choir Practice -

7 p.m.Wednesday. ..vaOLL HY&LOPS' PHONE 964.5312 Inspections and Estimates
AND APPLIANCES -- Junior Choir
Practice, 5:45: ; RA, GA, Sun-
meeting, 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting, ,

332 W. Madi.on St. Phone 964-7701 Business Choir Practice Meeting 8:30.:, 7:30: ; Church Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live BetterElectrically"Keystone

Heights-Phone 4734911P'
--Denton Sumrall Pastor

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Four Juveniles City Dispute

--- School Case PermitIs

JwJ Cpl. Settled
--- Juvvuiie" suspects-have-
been questioned In the July 8
school robbery and vandalism
r Keystone Hilites *ss Wally Muhlhofer said this week. building permltforafeed-loading
I Damage extended from the screen Installation on G.S. & F. RaIl-
Phone 473.448 !I I 1 News Vo 'I door they used for entry,through road property; In Keystone
the cafeteria library(where they CitedJames Heights has apparently been resolved -
I' By Helen Egan by decision PIne
*- i n I stole 18 cents), to the home ec a by
Air Farms Inc. who made the
-- II room. Coke and cracker ma- ,
chines Installation to remove It instead -
were broken
25 at 1 p.m. In-the Recreation contents of taking out a permit.
ROTARY HEARS TALK stone Heights Woman's Club and Building. littered 5! around, walls smeared ; In
a special meeting on Thurs-
ON THE MIND close friends attended. Col. and The monthly luncheon and pro- COMMUNITY CHURCH the with floor.writing, and excretion on 11! 1i day, Aug. 6, Council discussedthe
Mrs. Nelson are leaving Keystone gram-business meeting of the Installation services of the new The fact that no permit had been
Ray Farris,of White Sand Lake, to live In Wesley Manorat Keystone Club was held in the Pastor, Stuart McCord will be Fox's same evening. Everett taken out for the Installation. At
a candidate for County; Commissioner Mandarin. They will be missedby Masonic Hall on August 13 at held at 2:35 p.m. Sundaj;) smashed golf Into cart was stolen, was that tune Council was under the
spoke at the Rotary Club their many friends and we 12:30: o'clock. President Mrs. In the Community Church Sanctuary a tree, and returned Impression that the Installation
last Friday on the powers of the hope they will be frequent visitorsto Feme Hanson opened the luncheon The Rebeccas Circle, by the to his carport, allegedly had been made by the railroad,
mind. The eight highlights of his Keystone. Their new address meeting with thanks offeredby with Mrs. Ernest McLean as B'OUPoKeystone M. ((Marshall Beam, across the Ore-swept terrain and notified the company that It
discussion were: possession of is: Col. and Mrs. D.A. Nelson. Mrs. Amy Ferrell.The guests Chairman, will host a receptionfor son of Mr. and Mrs. W.M.Beam, to shelter and medical as- must obtain a permit by the
a mind places us at the head of k-4 Wesley Manor, Mandarin of the day were <:;&>1. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. McCord on the PoliceCommended Jr., of Keystone Heights, was sistance. Returned quickly to his regular Council meeting date,
the animal kingdom. Power of Fla. 32J23. Nelson who leave during afternoon of the 23rd from 3 to 5 recently presented the Bronze position, Cpl. Beam helped beat August\ 11.
thought, power to create, powerto Mrs. Michael Redfearn and the week for resldance In Wes- o'clock. Members and friendsof For Star medal for heroism while off the attack. A representative of the railroad -
achieve and power to enjoy. daughters, June and Kathy, have ley Manor In Jacksonville There the community are cordially serving with the U.S. Marine The award was presented by John A. Hanzook of Falat-
Recent ActionsGood
We can achieve anything If we returned from a two-week visitto they will Join former Keystoner Invited.At Corps in Vietnam. MaJ. R.S. Huston, U.S. Marine ka, attended the meeting last
put our minds to it, The powerof New England where they visited residents, Mrs.Arthur Brainerd, the Sunday, morning services According to the citation Corps, at the U.S. Navy and week and told the councilmen
the mind can be good or evIL Mrs. Red feam's grandparents, George Blue and only last week of Community; Church, the Samaritan labels could February 14 Cpl. Beam's squad, on Marine Reserve Training Center that the railroad was not
the "Jack"
ro develop our minds we need Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Whitney in Crosbys.It infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs, be tagged to Keystone Heights was for village in Jacksonville. responsible for the permit,since
security a
to read associate with those Haddam, Conn and her two aunts, was a pleasure to see severalof Huntley Redfearn, Jr. was bap. police this month In two with a unit of Vietnamese; Cpl. Beam Is now residingwlth the Installation had been made by
Mrs. the absentees sepa-
Bruce Watidns who have beer
who have achieved peace of mind, and Mrs. ill Used In the name of fatrtcia rate Incidents. popular force soldiers when his wife Nancy, in Lake Geneva. Pine Air Farms, Inc.
seek to discover some service, P.J. Clancy. In Manchester. or out-of-town back, as Mrs., Dawn. Witnesses were Mike Red- Ralph Saunders of Ocala suddenly came under Intense hostile they Since his release from the Mar- Mayor Ray Starnes, an official
While in )pose Lang, Mrs. Camilla -
New June Stewart
and give attention to situations England fearn and Mrs. Ethel Weyman. wrote thanking the police for fire. Disregarding his ine Corps he has been employedas of PIne Air, was on vacation and
d Mr. and own
Mrs. C.W.
attended an
and to others. a week at the Young Pastor McCord, In behalf of In a spiral operator by the Du- not In attendance at the meeting.
locating their
People's Institute af Camp Bet- Owens. Mrs. Emily Ison, who younger son, safety; Cpl. Beam rushed to the
The speaker said that Paul the congregation, presented Mrs. who was staying with friends at wounded man's position, picked Pont Company at Its Highland Council then notified: Pine Air
spends the
hel. = in
Mrs. Redfearn travel
was a perfect example of one enjoyed renewing was also back summer home. Joanne Canova organist fop the Keystone Heights, when an emergency him up and carried him back Plant near Lawtey. that It would be given until Thursday -
who used his mind to change acquaintances of friends The honored past eight years, with a plaque. took the parents to Atlanta .. Aug. 13. to obtain a permit.
from an evil doer to one who from her childhood guests who gavea Mr. and Mrs. W.W. McCordof to the deathbed.of their older son. This notice brought a telephone

left his message for the church songs heart-warming of several program nations of folk Atlanta, Ca., parents of Rev. Through the assistance of Wally Mrs. Maude Watkins and Mrs. and Democratic Political Rallyat response by Mayor Starnes, who
of all ages. "We must use our Pastor Stuart McCord vocalist, were McCord: his 96 year old grand Muhlhofer and Tom Bryant, Mr. William Hayes spent several days Dicker-man's Building Friday, was still vacationing to Council
minds"to solve the problems of BRIDAL PARTIES accompanied on the piano, by his father, N.L. Moles, also of Atlanta Saunders wrote, they were able in Washington D.C., attending August\ 21 beginning at 5:30. The Chairman Everett Fox stating
today, the speaker emphasized FOR KAY SUNDERLANDA wife, Mrs. McCord, and their and his sister and brother- to get to Atlanta before the older Association of Elementary, Kindergarten fish fry will be over at 7:30 that the company would not obtain -
son, Peter, and daughter Kelly. in-law Mr. and Mrs.Jack Chalk, son died In the hospital on July and Nursery School and the political rally, sponsoredby a permit, but would remove
Hums of Toledo Ohio have been the equipment.Fox .
visiting *ducatk the Democratic Executive
miscellaneous bridal shower Rev. McCord is the new minister 26.A >n Conference.Theme for
HERE N'THERE was given on August 14 at the at the community; Church, the McCord family and were wallet containing $201 In the meeting was "Illuminating Committee, will begin. Nick Lu- explained that the Issue
Mr. and Mrs. J.S.: Lacoste home of Mrs. Bill Beam for and this meeting was the first Interested in the several plans cash and "a whole string of Children's Life Through Re- site will be at the piano for some Involved was not so much the
and Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Wy. Miss Kay Sunder land,brideelectof time he has honored an organi- being formulated for the new credit cards" brought thanks to sourses". They also bad a chance swinging music before the matter of taking out a permit,
man have returned from three- August 29. Approximately 20 zation with his music. Mrs. Mc- pastorate. As to plans, the Mc- Bryant when he located the Jacksonville so spend some time sightseeing. speeches begin. Those Melrose but rather the matter of liability
week tour of Europe. While there guests were entertained with Cord will be on the Keystone Cord family are eagerly awaitingthe owner, on vacation In Don't forget that there will bea residents who live In Putnam that might be Incurred by the per-
they visited several countries games, and refreshments were Heights High School staff when building of their new home on Keystone. Found near Clay vet in Melrose August 25 from County; will be able to see most mit holder In the event of an
Including England, H jlland, Germany served. Among the guests were school opens next month. Grove Street between Garden St, Electric, the wallet had already 4:00 p.m. to 6:00: p.m. to give of the local Democratic candi- accident at the Installation.
Austria, Italy, Paris. the bride's mother, Mrs. R.N. Mrs. Ethel Weyman, program Last Notice of the Community; been run over by a car.MELROSE. rabies shots to pets. If your dates. In addition there will be At last week's meeting, Han
France and Switzerland. Some Sunderland, and the groom's mot- chairman, read a postal card Church picnic at Gold Branch pet has not had his rabies shot L.E. "Gene" Brown of Travares, zook told the Council that the
places of Interest they toured her, Mrs. R.N. Sunderland and sent to her for all the Fellow- State Park on August 22 from '" --- this year, please take this op. seeking! House Seat 32, C. Robert railroad gave Pine Air permis-
were Vatican City; and in Monaco her, Mrs. H.A. Kelley Sr. of ship members which she had 2-5 p.m. This Is a covered dish portunity; to protect your ani- Lovell of Leesburg, can- sion to put In a pit and a loader
they saw the Palace and Prince Gainesville. From Winter Park received from the former Rev. supper, with families providing mal. Cost per shot will be $2.00. didate for the House In District but denied that the railroad had
RanIer's Zoo and the Casinoof was Miss Ann Major who will Fdward KIrby of St. Williams their own table service. The Robert McGuire Is sporting 33, and Incumbent Gus Craig of anything to do with the actual
Monte Carlo. They flew over be the maid of honor for Miss Church, who was again making Committee will provide bever- By Joyce Rower a cast on his hand as a resultof St. Augustine, seeking reelection construction "It has been Inspected -
and then traveled by Motor Sunderland.Mrs. his pilgrimage to the British ages and soft drinks. a broken finger he received to the House in District 34. by the railroad and Is
Coach. Around 4,000 miles were Isles, visiting his family in ire- EASTERN STAR SUPPER I playing softball with the Mel- Summer's almost over, and considered safe for cars In excess -
covered by the LaCoste's and land and also London where he Chapter members will be calledto rose Recreation Department. It's time to be thinking about of 100 tons of grain," he
the Wyman's.Mr. Frank Ilgen entertained sent greeting to all club mem- remind them of the Robert Funeral services were held Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore school. School will begin at'Mel- said.
and Mrs. Everett Fox and at a bridal luncheon on August bers. Morris Birthday Supper on Aug Wednesday for Pete Nicholson, and children, Cindy, Laura and rose September 8. RegistrationIs The 1970-71 Clty; budget, bal-
Dick Sunderland recently attended 15 at her lakefront home on SENIOR CLUB ust 22. Esoeclallv inoortant the who died at his home Sunday. Christofer, have moved to Sara- set for Monday, August 31, anced at $54,709, was approvedby
a Credit Union Convention Lake Geneva. Elevenguests Senior Citizens Club of Bradford Table of Bazaar gifts which Is Services were held at Ochwllla from 8:30: to 4:00. All students the Council and six mills set
at the Robert Myer Hotel in Jack present, including the bride's County; held its August 11 one of Worthy Matron Jo Reed's Baptist Church with Rev. H.R. of the Melrose Junior must be registered. as the tax rate.
sonville.Mr. mother, the groom's mother,and meeting in the Recreation Hall projects the time Is 6 p.m., Carter conducting the services. Woman's Club are selling tickets Children entering Melrose who The budget was essentially the
and Mrs. Gene Head of Miss Ann Major. with President Joe Kerrlganpre- covered dish, and at Masonic Burial was in the Melrose ceme- to a raffle to be held August 31. did not attend when school was out same as that presented at the
Augusta\ Ga., are visiting his siding. He exhlted a beautiful Hall. tery. Our sympathies to his The winner will receive a $50.00 In the spring will be required to June meeting, and action had
brother and sister-in-law. Mr. book, "GardeningDO'S and PERSONALSThis widow, Mrs. Winnie Nicholsonand gift certificate for merchandiseat have an fldavit when enrolling. been delayed to learn what the

and Mrs. Charles Head at the GOLF COURSEA DON'TS" which,.n the_._ Senior._.___ Citizen ___- reporter regrets an error other friends and relatives. Sears. Tickets can be purchases These can be picked up at the county; would charge for tax assessment -
home on Little Lake Keystone. Club has presented to the in last week's report of the hospitalization Our sympathies also to Floyd from any member for school. and collection,accord-
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Wyman Parent-Child' Tournamentwas Bradford County Library In memory of Gordon Baker but Gllrie, whose step-father, A.J. $1.00. A prize like that would Children entering Melrose who Ing to Joy Baker, finance chair-
and sons, Kevin and Lance, and held Sunday afternoon at the of the late W.F. Herlongwho misnamed Tracy Baker, Sr. The Kause died In Keystone Monday be nice for backtoschoolclothes. live In any county; besides Putnam man.
daughter, Robyn, were recently Keystone Heights Golf and Coun- was a charter member of Baker family reported that Gordon night. will have to have a release from Brakes doing bad on the city'sgreen ;
try Club. Winners were: W.H. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Bill Singleton The Police their county.A truck caused It to hit a
vacationing in their camper at the Club. Mr. Herlong] was a is doing nicety at the Department Auxiliary ;
Stone Mountain and other parts Redfearn Sr. and his son, Eric, patron of the art of gardening Veteran's Hospital Gainesville and family spent the weekend of Interlachen will spon- copy of their birth certifl- low-hanging.tree branch recen-
of Georgia. Second place went to George so this book is one which he and as early as last Thursday was f.. rWvtinn Ranch sor an old-fashioned Fish Fry
Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Menzen. Richardson, Jr. and son,George, would have cherished. ambulatory and visited by phone (Continued on Next Page) (Continued on Next Page)
of Naples former Keystoners, ,m. Third place was won by Bill President Kerrigan discusseda with his brother, Tracy Sr.
were over night guests of Mr. Cole and son Brett. A presentation small booklet put out by the Everyone is concerned about :ttffKfff&fXXfXZ&:::;::;::::::: : :::;:: -:3S\:: :;::: :::: :::::::: ::::::::: ::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
and Mrs. E.F.Aiken.The Alkens' ceremony was held at 7 Bradford County; Health Dept., the extensive thievery that seemsto
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. pjn. at which time a trophy was which explains the services of invade this community. Ayear NEW NAME FARRIS REDUCED TAXES :
and Mrs. BenJleMasseyof Palat- presented to the winners follow- nurses in the County; and the ago, the Pinare folks, who own a
ka, were weekend guests. presented to the winners followedby Loan Closet which has hospital mobile home on the Baker tract ::.. : tl
Mrs. David Nelson was honored a Fellowship Hour.A beds, and all accessories for were bugluarUzed and lost extensive r. NEW FACE FARRIS BETTER ROADS #
with a Farewell coffee hour at the needs of a patient In the' home furnishings. As the f,
the home of Mrs. Sara McDonaldon big Thank You to Jim Fox home. Mr. Kerrigan offered his. Plnares only winter here, once '' 1 J
for writing the column for the again the robbers struck but this : NEW ENERGY BETTER i
Thursday, Aug. 13. Mrs. Az- personal services to anyone REPRESENTATION
zle Williams and Mrs. John Bird past two weeks. You may reachme lonely or In need os assistance. time Bill Baker's son Donny saw w. .8/ r :}:#
were co-hostesses. Members of mornings at 473-4182 and As he lives on Silver Lake on the them removing even the refrige- ; :.:Sv
the Executive Board of the Key- afternoons, 473-3288. borderline of the counties, most rator by truck, and after a chase *.I :

........ ......._._._.. ._..._._ ._._._..._..._. _._. _.__.. .. folks feel -hA- la a -KnvKtnnatVloo they were cauirht. three man and ,* : ? "A Concerned Taxpayer"
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: feeling too well and a card was from Bunnell, the owners were -k COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. '
::: REI eet. sent to her from club members. from San Mateo and Starke.Mrs. I L
The Peter Johnsons, usual hosts Tracy Baker reports there is immsWftttltfiW::::* xtf.;:: _=<<--
f:1: of the refreshment and Bingo considerable stealing of their
0. J.J Murrhee Sr. games, are vacationing in New calves and other reports of sto-
I Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Mor- len boat motors occured re-
r{ ton graciously offered to serve cently.
in this capacity. During the usual Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neel have
County Commissioner, Dist. 4 f sing test, special honor was extended been visiting Mrs. Neel's motherIn
to Mrs Jessie (Janet) Mulberry, who has been and
:: (Keystone Heights Kingsley Lake McRae r:: Bowden as charter member. is still very 111. 'Progress Get To Know
} and Belmore) rr President Kerrigan reminded Mr. and Mrs. William Beam
members that there are only Sr. returned recently from a
o i BAPTIST ELK MOOSE : four more meetings until Hal- month's visit to their native New
i loween and that members get Jersey. They arrived at Ocean ...THE MAN
He knows the problems and will work for all f fI. busy in making coustumes which Grove Just as the dreadful riots
areas of Clay County. prizes will be awarded to the were occuring in Asbury Park through
i beat the funniest and the most and the rioters said that Ocean Active member of the Orange Park PresbyterIan -
: He will appreciate: your continued support and original. The closing circle of Grove was to be blown up. However Church:
your vote on Tuesday, September 8. friendship was enjoyed and the all Incidents subsided and
I. '::": nex t club meeting will be August '
Political] Adv. paW for by O. J. Murrhee, Br.) (Continued on Next Page) P I ann i n g Owner and operator of O. B. Nail Ace HardwareIn

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RE-ELECT landing! director of the Bank of Orange Park:

Put director of the Georgia-Florlda Hardware

I QS jM1 1 y Association

qSl Elbert Member Florida Hardware Industry Council for Georgiaand


Put President Northeast Florida Hardwire

D. Association
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rt Former member of the Clay. County Develop

ment Authority


AcUTe 1m Clay County Public Health Nursing

l Advisory Council formerly as Treasurer. aDd

presently! as Finance Chairman

Active la Masonic and Shrine affairs; Morocco:

Shrine Temple Potentate in 1967

Clay County property' owner aDd resident of

2 Vote For Orange Park: area for'over 25 years
Clay County


Check Experienced Honest Ollie B. Nail "I}avno axermd". I just sen them. I

Pay By Efficient Conscientious would appreciate the opportunity of giving to

The Only Full-Time Commissioner CU. "'01ty affairs the same vUtan and business

If elected, I will serve to the best of my ability Clay County Commissioner 10fcdentxU I have given O. B. Nail Ace
all the people in the county. Your vote and sup- District 2 Hardware for over 90 rears.

F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. port will be appreciated.Paid .

"Your Friendly. Bank In Your Friendly (PoL Adr. Paid for by Ollie B. Nail

Community" ( Political Advertising)

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Over PermitIs iiiiEiiicats I INDIAN l BEACH

Settled (Lake Santa Fe)
and a health certificate By; Michael H. Chit GET RESULTS
showing the child has had a recent Phone 475-1812 IISSIFlfO ADS
(Ffom, Preceding! Fag) physical I examination Is

tly, and touncll voted to financerepairs necessary for all children enter-This Well, hello friends and neigh1 1
for the firattime.
up to$300. ing bors, how's this ole world treatIng ,
Prices for a new hanger at'the includes kindergarten studentsas you these days? I'm afraid
airport are due, the dead trees well as first graders who did .this Is another bad news week L-a*. lT Tr1, -
have been removed and light not attend kindergarten lastyear. around the Chitty household. I ..
ing system at the city park is All necessary forms are a- Granny Copeland had a heart
CouncilmanGay vailable at the school and can be and if
being overhauled, attack late Tuesday night
Livingston reported.A picked up any weekday from 8:30: she hasn't returned home yet. CLASSIFIED AD RATES
to 4:00.: If you are new to the FRESH FARM eggs for sale. FOR SALE 14 ft fiberglass
zoning violation, two residence she Is In 104 in the Bradford TYPEWRITERS .COTTAGE
on one lot, with less community,1 you would be wise County Hospital. She Is doing Minimum Charge .... .1.75; : Manaal'uEledrlo. PARENTS-Men Cottage Just south of Steel Mill. 064- Span American (boat wttrt 50
For sale rent. parents
or wanted.
than the required square foot- to visit the school and obtain extraordinarily well after a mir- (Covers 15 words) Bradford Count. Telegraph.FOR the necessary forms and Information 350 small 30c. lip 1000. Cal 964-7839.
age, was referred to the zoning needed.A aculous recovery, thanks to an Each word over 15-70 Salary stares $347 ;per month. : 2tehg 8-27

commission. nine almightly God. It's amazing what Ilk Extra RENT: TV sets. baby; per person. 5 day week, 8 hour FOR SALE1969 Honda 350 HOUSE PAINTING
search is on for more Charge If not Inter
asked If beds
Charles Donahoe again my Lord Jesus can do, elee. guitars amplifier,
for day. Promotional opportunities CC, Super. Sport5 forward: ior-Exterior. Kool
to be registered seal]
children mobile
Cypress Street, ask In faith. paid In advance refrigerators
for stop signs on Christians$ will Just : day or week. DAHMER'S. State Retirement Phone 964-
sick tack-$450.00 homes.
leave ,
tears Hourly
kindergarten. or contract.
at Its Intersection with Oriole, Several days before the heart 9647923.
CLASSIFIED "vacation, eto tfchg
and Council agreed to the in- attack, she had discovered a DISPLAY Please apply in 6610. First class workmanship..
stallation. Although the school budget calls fungus in her mouth similar to $1.50 Per Inch person only .Personnel Office, all Contact LonnJe: Roberts, >Ral
FOR RENT Small house,
for two kindergarten classes, thrash, and that's alot better now WATSON'S\ Bunland: Center. Gaftnesvl]' Close in. ford Fla. Mon.; Thur., IV|.
--- modern conveniences.:
unless there Is at least fifty too. So all I can say' Is Praise Memorials Revolution Fla. An equal opportunity; *m- 7 ajn. to 5 p.m. 4311128.
students, there can only be one the Lord... Proclamations/ etc -7c word House of Vacuum, plover tJchl'JIlIMY Inquire at 962 N. Temple! Ave. Ndghts: and weekends. 431-
NEWS NOTES class. The maximum limit fora Phone: 9645193. 2tp 8-27
Monday night Otis Melton and CARDS OF THANKS 1768. 4tp 9-10
class Isthirly.Currently forty- !Many brands! of :new vacuums
I From Preceding Page) one students are registered.This Willie Stinson of Hampton Hubert, and 50 words or less .. ......3.00 $39.00 up. U '?d machines from MOORE'S FOR SALE-1961 Dodge pick-up I
visited my grandparents, truck 6-cyi., 4 new time, R andH
means without nine more child- and Palma Chltty, in Starke.OtIs Each word over SO-7o $10 Expert Repairs! all makes. SUN SPORTS $375. F. Gomes, Phone 782- GLOVER
the Beams had a happy visit with ren, eleven five-year-olds will and I attended Youth Services Parts and Accessories, for all
3020. tp
their respective relatives and not be able attend kindergarten Thursday night, at the Trinity vacuums. Built In Central vacuum MOORE BOAT FOR ELECTRIC

friends. They returned In time next year. If you know anyone Youth Camp, located several SUPER STICK Vinyl: Plastic cleaning easterns.! 712 N. YOUR MONEY COMPLETE 3 'bedroom home
to enjoy the presentation of the who has a child who is five o. miles out of Keystone.Then Friday Letters all sizes, colors. Perm- Main Gainesville! 378-7110 furnishings for sale. Sat. and I WIRING.HEATING

Bronze Star of the Marine Corps will be before December 31, night Otis and I, along with anent, for use on wood glass Starke Ph. 964-5791 Bun., Au4: 22, 23. 11 a.m. !to 7
given to their veteran grandson, please have them contact the plastic FAYE'S FABRICS I AIR CONDITIONING:
Debbie and Randy Hicks Toni paper, metal, leather. -First Quality p.m. Jack Carter treaUtent.:!
Marshall Beam. This medallion school. In case there is just one at- ANYTHING 1 -Bradford dress, drapery upholstery Complete 24 HOURS
Stone and Sandy Youngblood County Outboard & Earless: mousy" (State Rd. 225)),
Is the third highest honor givenby class, the first thirty informationat ; studentsto tended the services. I would like Telegraph. tt material. Notions, chenille bedspreads Stern Drive Service and 3-4 miles W. off State Road 964-8835
the Marine Corps. Congraou- have all necessary
to that I dedicated my entire tapestries. Also see'onds
say 16 on right.
lattns to Marshall. He Is the the school will be accepted.It life to serving my Lord Jesus mill enda. BankAmerl- Repair. Complete Fiber

son of Mr. and Mrs. William would be a shame If some of Christ In any capacity He can Southern Marine card .and Master Charge. Open glass Repair. Custom-

Beam, Jr. these children were left out sowon't use me at this Service and I Monday 10-7; Tues. through built Fiberglass Fishing
Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Lembkeand please help us find Moved To GainesvilleNew
you covet the prayers of every Sat.. 9-7; Sunday 1-6. Hwy. 301 Boats.
son Raymond of Clnclnnti with, nine more students? Christian who reads this column. NameGainesville Itt ml. north of Waldo. tfchc Sears Close-Out PricesON
Ohio spent several days While Grandmother is In the
Mrs. Lembke's parents, the WU-] DUPLICATE BRIDGE hospital. Aunt Clara Sullivan has Marine I- ...
lian Pinons of Smith Lake. On AIR CONDITIONERS
and Mary LYNN 111I _
stayed with us some HAMILTON MGR.
in Atlanta, winners last Smith Plumbingand
their return, stopping Duplicate Bridge
and children,
& David Stegall Johnson :Motors
Cobra. Boats
Ga. met with the treacherousrain week Mrs. Ray Becker .
they were: Lisa & Lamarof WHllston visited MARY CATALOG PRICE SALE PRICE
storms between W. Va. and and Mrs. Phil Kromer, 1st place; &Merle Marine! Supplies Supply
Ohip. and witnessed the resultsof Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Iva us Ellis Sunday of Gainesville evening.Buddy were Satur- 1030 E. University Ave. 13,500 B.T.U $279.95 $249.88

their storms which caused Hlllyer, 2nd place; Mrs. Roland Gainesville
numerous accidents. They arrived Bryan and Mrs. F.T. Hogue. 3rd day Gary night Weber guests., son of James and Ralford toad CARTER 14,000 B.T.U. $229.95 $199.88

home safely and called place: Mrs. A.L. Bachmann and Margaret Robbins, has moved to Phone &o4-6023 18,000 B.T.U. $279.95 $239.88
their parents. Mrs. W.J. Grollck, 4 th place. Is DON'T HAVE ITwe'il
Jacksonville where he em-
Recent house guests of Mr.and get Jt for you. Office
Duval Motors. Mother PAINTSNEW 23,000 B.T.U. $329.95 $279.88
ployed by Contracting and
Mr. A.P. Hallman were Mr. and.. Robbins says the last of her Supplies. Furniture' EqUip. Repairs
Dent .Bradford County( Plumbing Fixtures
children have flown away from Telegraph. UMITED-- -.QTIPPI.Y- -- PIUWIP._ __ __ n DU..AIUR__ ______ _.
Robbins Roost. Water Heaters ITEMS
Mr. Frank Blckley and family' 'Barbara Barrows and Mr. and Water Pumps
from Chapin, S.C. Mrs. Bickleyis Mrs. Frasier of Jacksonville WANTED LISTINGSOn WALL PAPER s

Mrs. llallman's niece. From spent the weekend with Mr. and Homes and Acreage. Buyers

North Carolina, Mr. llallman's( Mrs. Daryl Barrows.. Andrew Waiting. Strout Realty R g: Unpainted Furniture BRADFORD SEWING
sister, Mrs. Mary Mack was accompanied and Bobby Frasier have been Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave.' FOR RENT2 air condition! !

by Mr and Mrs Allen spending this summer with the Ph. 964-6609 Stark, Fla. ed cottages! Ktnglesy LakeOail Woc Graining Kit SEPTIC TANK MACHINE
Mack and their
grand- .
Barrows. At night Ph 533-23GS
daughter, Dottle. A nephew of Robert Lanier has been visitinghis For all your Real Estate tfehg K-80 Paint RemoverlIous'es SALES A SERVICEPFAFF
Mrs. Hallman Mr. and Mrs.
grandfather,R.C.Lanier,Who Needs Buy Sell Exchange
,. E.L.Panama Kelley, Jr. and family of was In the hospital In Jackson- Appraisals. Expert DID YOU KNOW its easy to Washed Owned & Operated By NEW HOME--NECCHI UNIVERSAL
City, were also recent
own a Longchainp Home?
on au Real
ville. Vie certainly hope he is
guests. feeling better soon and will be Estate Problems Call Better built for Florida llv Lawn Mowers For Rent DON NEWMANS and .$49.50 up
BILL Ing. Your plans! or ours. Your MICHAEL PARTS& REPAIRS 04ALL
back down here fishing as he POWELL 10.2 EAST DOBBS.
ALL TYPESWELDING loves to do so much. Jackie Reg. Real Estate Broke: lot or ours. Contact Buford BROWNLEE. OTHER MAKE MACHINESNATIONAL

Lanier and sons, Bobby and Bub- Phone 964-6464 Mitchell, phone 9646853.< P. O. STREET INSTALLATIONREPAIRING '
ba, her mother, Jerri Coman, Starke Plaza Starke Box 238 Starke Uchg 1
And MACHINE WORK and her aunt, Evelyn Collier of Uchg 611 W.UNIV.AVI.
Jacksonville, are all going to DRAIN CLEANOUTAND 378-1355
ALL TYPESEquipment Miami, this weekend to visit FOIl" SALE-1968 ford with 390 REDUCED INSURANCEAT LEGAL FO1IMS. Brad PUMPING

Repair Jackie's dad's family for week. V-8 good:! shape. $1,800 or $500) RATES ford County; Telegraph Ph.
Saturday night supper guests of and take payment. Phone 9IJ t- 864-6305.
CUSTOM MADE Pete and Joyce Barton were Mr. 5087 anti leave phone NO. oralureas. : DOYLE E. CONNERINSURANCE -- Phone 964.6647

and Mrs. Billy Lewis and child- 371! AGENCY Starker Fla.
Outdoor Grills fet VETINARY iriJECTABLES tf Ch
ren of Sacremento, Calif., Mr. POSITION OPEN
and Mrs. Ruben Lewis Darien, Tetanus ToxoldSleeping
Ga.. Robert and Novice Ward, Sickness
THE FIRST NAME IN reepP S and Calvin Ward of Starke, Corrine Miller Brown BAIRD ,Distemper! Hepatitis LeptoComblotio Opening for District
and Fred Thleman and English Mobile Homes NEW AND USED Clerk consists of sec.
SMALL CARS and Romania Hilton of Jack ANDREWS DRUGS retarial work and light

W 1.1..DA sonville. NEW and USED PLUMBINGRITCH clerical duties. Adequatepay

TSUN '_ Mr. and Mrs. Hambrick, Mr. 8.10.12' Wide good fringe bene.
and Mrs. Homer Hieth FOR RENT12' wide 2
WORKS Mr. and GainesvilleGood bedroom -
and MACHINE fits.
GAINESVILLE Mrs. J.A. Dean and Mr.and Mrs. VolkswagenNew trailer! outside city
2nd Ave. 2nd St. S. E. Pox 150. Ph. 46 .1731 ThIen are guests in Griffin Lodge Quality limits J. B. White S64-6114. APPLY AT

Gainesville, Florida HAMPTON FLA. cabins this week. Used Reasonably Priced :ttchgBARRETT Plumbing Co. FLORIDAHYDROCARBONS

SalesService Gainesville 378.2785

wwwAnnouncing DRAGLINE Serviced Guaranteed and PHONE 964.7653P.
I ML North of The MaD Delivered In Slarke Area COMPANY

nULLDOZEK WORK NO EXTRA COST Water Conditioning STARKE FLA, Two miles north of
US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th Brooker Fla. on State
Gainesville 378-2785:! and Pump Co. 4TP. $ Road 231.
Mile Out .
130 Court Street
Ralford Road FOR SALE
Concrete block
.MODERN MASONRY HOME house: 3 bedroom. 1 bath, cen- Phone 964-5S32 r

House Of UpholsteryWE Large Living' Room tral heat ft alr-oondltlonlng. Cor- STARITEWater NOTICE
Paneled Family Room
ner lot. Phone 9C4-5367. ttchg PUMPSNEW
PH. 2813593PENNY Man Many Extra Starke and Keystone

DO ALL TYPES OF FARMS Only $18.850 POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Conditionersand Heights area Customers AND USED
!tfchg BILL POWELL BROKER withstand I'eather20c\ each Pumps
964-6810 $2.23 doz. Special price on larger SALES
quantities. Bradford County Sales and Rentals
I Telegraph. tf and Upholstery PARTS

WANTED: Used Wrlnrer-Wasa- 24 Hour Service 710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA Deep and Shallow Wells
Gulf ServiceUSED er. Will pay cash or take la Water Softeners and
Pickup and Delivery Anywhere within
PARTS trade on anything. DARM :R'8.
$G.JB! 8 F.ltersPlumbing:
track tapes for sale
25mi. Radius Is Open AgainFURNITURE
964-7923. tt-sag
for $5.98 $3.50 '
Top Prices for Wrecked Cars -. or with a trade Supplies
In nt
21 Hour Wrecker Service WILL BUY: Used Appliance: DAHMER'S Discount

PHONE 964-8350 Fuel Oil Vurnlture. TV's, Stereos, anything ; House tlchg Repaired Refinished EXPERT SERVICE ON
416 EAST CALL ST. Used Cars George E. LaRue ( PHONE 96".7061DURRANCE

Rwy. 31)1) N. Wsldo 7-foot chest freezers: INSURANCE AGENCYAuto MATTRESSES

bi/xHKE, FLORIDA SHOP 48-1998 that carry a 5-year warrantyfor .
labor and parts for only Fire Homeowner FREE ESTIMATES .
$149.95 at DAHMER'S. tfchg LIFE & ACCIDENT Call Collect 328.2144 PUMP
:;;::::::::::::;:: ;:;:;.. SL :e::::,: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'::: ::;:;::;:';:':'::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: KEYSTONEBEAUTY
r;1 SEWING MACHINE- Cleaned 6 Cubic: Foot 'walnut grain Del- Keystone Height 473-4698

SHOP oiled and adjusted In your rno.-Uco: Freezer. like new. t ...N...NNNN.e44'......................
IJ LUfh9E' ;( AND MATERIALSAT j home. $5.00. Vacuum\ cleaner: Holds 210 Ibs. Nearly half priceat 4 and s Track Stereo Tape o :-

EDITH JOHNSON. Owner repairs also. All work guarante.ed. : DAHMER'S Discount House. Players for cars for sole, only .. .
1 MILL PRICES Personal and Creative Hair Styl.. Dennis E. Cogglna Phone tfchs $4995 at DAHMER'S Discount e .
hug Every Form of Beauty 431-1429. tfchlf House. O .
H N Culture Tues.-Sat. 9-5; closed GROOM AND CLIP your Pood- ffchg .
2$ 2x- 's 1 Ifi( ft. and 18 ft., suitable for barn and 1 Monday. FOR NOLLMAN'S rental pre lea. $5.00. Call Kathy Myers: LOSE WEIGHT safely with .

3.. stable kf = wty in Starke see Mrs. Carrie 5332413. Itchg 8-27 Dex-A-Dlot.: and remove excess : :
construction. Ward 419 N. Cherry St. tfchg fluid 'Wv/th; / FLU1DEX. Vou'llbe
:f 6c per linear foot, any length J NURSERY EZERASE :FOR REN'T-Summ cottageKingsley Only 98o and $1.69 at MItchen' -
Lake new duplex.
M O.C. Carnes Nursery PAPER, Mlmeo Paper Bond Call Merritt Williams 964-5391 """." Dru?.. lltp w .1029FOR I H

Paper Notebook Fillers. office or 964-7788 home. RENT2 room cottage amazed
:::: 29 g cage Galvanized Roof Metal, 32 In. wide by ::r:: Thousands Bradford County Telegraph. X tfohg by the month all utilities fur- :
plants .
18 and 20 ft.
long 1 Fruit Trees-Srmde Trees FOR RENT WATER FRONT' PROPERTYOn nished. Also rooms by day, : I
r::; $10.95 per square [} Furnished week or month. Inquire Whispering at the.
Evergreens partment. Living room bed Crosby! Lake &Crosby Lake Pines Motel, on U. 8. *
i Camellias & Azaleas room, kitchen and dlnnette. Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Home 301 SOuth Starke, Fla. i CC:
MOST ALL IN CANS Contact Mrs. D. L. Slloox 331 Summer Cottage Or Year-
,:: Creosoted Barn Poles s PLANT ANY TIME Clark St._ tfeh? Round Living. 3tchg 7-20 C -e. t CC

3 to 4" Tip x 12 ft --__-_____________ 2.50 ea. :::?: Beautiful Roses FOR SALE One 6 old All Lots Ready To Go-Clear POSITION DESIRED Office i .

4 to 5" Tip x2 ft ____ _____ ----3.00ea. ;: LandscapingPhone Gelding. Very good yr.riding ed. Graded tt Leveled. or business woufc.: College C
Priced From 99500. Financing eraduate Majjr Secretarial x
.4 to 5" Tip x 16 ft. -----__ --- __- ___ 4.50 ea.2x8's 1; :horse. Good with children. Available. Call 9647701. Science minor Political i .

=b"; ;s 659-3165 Phone 9645922. $175. Itp Science.: 23 yrs. of age. Call X !
23 Mi. S. S. of Starke 01 MAID WANTED 9646092. 3tohg 9-3
s; Pressure Treated k Willing to Train now '*o drive semi .
Hwy. 100 at FIorhome move to Miami. Air condition:! truck, local: and over the FOR SALE 1967 Shasta 13
Suitable for Corral & Fence Construction 11 f room "with TV and beard fur road. Diesel or gag; experience ft. travel trailer phoce 431- i BARGAINS YOU FIND IN THE :
i 16c linear foot nished. Must be able to drive. but 1127.
per S. E. McKAY. REALTOR helpful not necessary. tfchg
Salary $60.00
per week. Refer- You can earn over $5.00
:rye KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-481' ences required. Wr1te P. O. per hour after short itrairtn*. FOR RENT Office: Space 1 I I

Appraisal Service Box 239. Starke 2tchg 8-27 :For Interview and application, Trailer Space 1 small h use.

MUTUAL LUMBER CO. I The Best U Laktrfron FOR SALE call 904-388-4607, or write Safe I fully equipped Mechanical:
il' Homes Aere rea. Rental -By owner 2 bed- ly Dept., United Systems, Inc., Shop 70' by 40' shed 75' tw s
room 'hnwe: = corner Jot !rOOdB.1ade 100' shed. Mutual: Lumber .i
5 miles South of Starke on U.s. 301 1;: 1 1'J' Melba ASSOCIATESMrs. Been 473-474 trees, fenced m with 1718 McDuff Avenue N., Jack- Col11 any. Phone 9647490.

Ph. Starke_ 964-7490 or WaWo 468-1312 I Col. r. CheMlaatoB 41S- 1t carport., Located at 620 W. annvilk. Florida 322032tch. Fire mites 8. of: Start on I. CUSSIF1IO ADS1
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