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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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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

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J No. 10 I Thursday.' August 27, lf)70! COPY I I


'- Careless spending will get you in trouble so the

Starke City Council is learning once'again this year.
Lawtey Rally
After 10 months of spending on the $1.1 million bud

get, city forces have "cut it all off" a<'* City Clerk Merrill

Edwards puts it. "Rut 't's too ,late."

Faced with the 10-month: budget -

First ChanceFor report, the Council sat down
TeachersGo last Thursday to review the

spending bill on the recommen-
dation of Councilman Nell
Tucker. But nothing was solvedIn
Back the 1 1/2-hour session which
saw Police Chief Ken Fuqua
called on to explain over expenditures -
In his department.

'T To Tucker questioned Fuqua, but
Chairman Jimmy McRae came
to the chief's defense, saying:

__ _+ rihc 'tr ,i'.a It was back-to-school for "Everything that has gone on
Air Races Bradford's 230-odd professional was brought before us.We agreedto
educators Monday as teachers It. We're" as much to blameas

.., ..,' began another 200-day school you.
; .t. term. It appears from the first 10
: '. months spending that the police
BrmlffJI'Cunty\ ( candidates, will get their first

chance to "take the stump"!' und air the issues i of the first Tuesday day of September school for 8 students., Is the department spent by about budget 13000.will be Major over-

current campaign at a political rally\ to he held at the But teachers began two weeksof areas of over spending are sal-

Lawtev strawlierry' wharf Saturday night. w- L preparation for that Monday. aries and overtime because of

Calendar for the school year officers carried on the payroll
Sponsored by the Lawtey; said It would be limited to can- stretches from that day after after sick leave expired and because -
Methodist Men, this will be a didates of the Democratic Party Labor Day through June 16, 1971. of overtime put In on.
preliminary; warm-up for the official as will the official rally In ''"''ta tr t hkl riot duty. Other areas are to\, .
Democratic Committee Starke. Thanksgiving holidays are and prisoners, patrol car upkeep -
rally to be held Thursday; Nov.; Oratory at rallies In recent November 26-27; Christmas vacation and supplies and equIp-
3, at the BUS football field. years has been on the mild side Is two full weeks, trout ment.
December 21 through January 1 I.
Candidates hope the rallies will with most candidates content to and spring vacation Is a full Clerk Merrill Edwards Is
gererate some ,last-minute enthusiasm dwell on their own merits rat- week April 5-9 1971. quick to point out that the coun-
and interest In a cam- her than attack the weaknesses cil also spent funds that were
paign that has been"dull as dishwater of their opponents. However Five teacher planning days are not budgeted. Asked why It ap-
,' up to now at least on there are a few overtonesIn scheduled: Octover 31, February pears the administrative office,
the surface. some of the races this year 5, March 5, April 2, and May 21. and general fund budget will be
Hot, humid 'weather, and Ai4:- that might generate a spark or Those are holidays for students In the red by over $20,000 the
ust thindersrowors have inirr- two when candidates mount the who will attend 180 days during clerk used as an example the
fered with candidates in tiiiir stump. school term.Teachers $2,500 the council donated to
efforts to call oil! and personally U early rallies held in neighboring have an additional the Starke-Bradford County; Library -
solicit the vote .of as m'U'oC counties, legislative can- week of post-planning following to purchase a buildingsite.
tha counts:;) 5,676 registered didate M.L. ([.es) Beasley (Dis- the last day of school, ending .
voters as possible before Sept- trict 16)) has attacked the voting their year June 23. It has also been found that
eiiber) : 8. Aith summer vacations record of Representative Gene Alligator Creek is widened again. This year's schedule was SR-16 paving costs are goingto
and now backtoschoolon <)!law. The Starke Incumbent has moved back a week later when top $100,000, far above the
their minds defended Ms $68,000 the Council originally -
most voters seemto just \Ljorously the county; summer program as
have adopted a "couldn't care :record, offering explanations for to a full 30 days toallowaweek's estimated.

.."""%,. less" attitude about who's' .In the what: Beasley claims were too County Widens Alligator Creek vacation between the close of ."Isn't that, the wry u always M
runr.lng on September 8. mata'sences. : "when the roll
\\IJ" summer sessions and the start Is? Something costs about twice
f' The coming rallies may sweep was: called! up yonder." of pre-planning. what you think It will,".veteran
aside this tide of Indifference A Deputy\: .\ttorney General County equipment Is at work Edwards has allowed the county:; way to US-301. From there other almost concluded, with the Councilman Orle Wiggins com-
although the time-honored tradi- ruled that Shaw qualified to run this week again widening Alli- to clear right-of-way across his property; owners have also given Southern Railway System to addedto All but one or two professional mented on the SR-16 situation.
gator Creek to get high water their permission to permit dig- culverts under the railroad positions expected to be filled
tional "speakings" :ave lost a for re-election when the questionwas property to widen the creek, but
great deal of their popularity in raised through the news past Starke before it overflows has yet to give permission to ging in the creek he added. at Sampson Canal which Is sup- within Monday the night next Supt.week,Tom were Casey filled Spending in the big Utilities

recent ;jears. Bradford is hold- media as to whether or not Shaw the banks. widen the creek Jones says. Johns' home was Hooded In 1968 posed to move water out of the told the School Board In a spe- System Revenue! Fund budget,
ing only one official rally; thistln.e his Plans are to widen the creek fell In lakes faster In high water periods which was estimated at$330.000
should have resigned postas Jones said When 16 Inches of rain cial meeting. The Board
officials has approved -
from Starke westward to Rowell county The county received word
and in Clay will
lelghborlng be because
; ;) county prosecuting attorney found week here, as were a number of three resignations and probably overspent -
not single rally was Lake according to Road Foreman a map showing the county last week Southern's chief engineer of and
County:;), a before qualifying for reelection.The homes on St. Clair Street. sewer water electrical
five for .
applications employment.The
has between 50 and 73 feet of
R.E. Jones. The county has per- of bridges, Joel W. De-
scheduled before the first pri question has also been raisedas I work on SR-16. Only $47-
mary.; to whether Beasley is a legal mission from all property ownersto right-of-way on the east side of That same water rushed down Valle that an agreement to Install Board also approved the 525 remained unencumbered for
Food as well as politics, will resident of Clay County since he widen the creek from the Alligator Creek between SR-100 Into the three lake chains of the culverts Is being pre- transfer to 23 personnel 13 pro- the final two months of the bud-
be featured at both upcoming had been residing (and voting) in point It turns south in Starke and SR-230.South from the bridgeon Rowell Crosby, and Sampson pared and will be forwarded to fessional and 10 custodial and get years for expenditures In the
rallies with a spaghetti supper Tallahassee in recent months. between SR-100 and SR-230 to the SR-230 In Starke the county; where residents were also flood- the county. Both parties have cafeteria workers which resulted power plant, gas department, and
scheduled :at the Lawtey wharf However Beasley maintains he Maurice Edwards property; east has permission from Jerome ed out of homes. The county Is agreed to terms of the agree- from the court ordered water system. There are few big
from 5 to 9 p.m. this Saturday legally resides In Clay and unless of Rowell Lake. Johns to widen the creek all the acting now to make an agreement ment. closing of RJE Elementary In expenditures still to come from

and a fried.. chicken supper to the matter should be .. Starke and Anderson Junior Highat this fund the clerk points out,
be se ted by the Women's challenged In court, that's the Lawtey for Integration pur- although the major spending Is
Club ; urn 5:30: to 7:30: at the way it will be. poses. None; of the personell usually done In early months,
Starko rally on September 3. Local affected to the two school closIngs
Another peculiarity of this Library lost their Jobs as a result The city has also spent about
State and County candidateshave election, which may or may not ,a of the court ordered attendance 3/4 of the $100,540 renewal replacement -
been invited to speak and be aired at the rallies Is the plan. and betterment fund
will be alloted five minutes eachat question of a School Board can- and probably will use It up In
both rallies. Eugene Starling didate running against an Incum- s the final two months on SR-16.
chairman of the Lawtey rally.SPAGHETTI bent outside of his own residence J. C. Sawyer
That fund comes from the operation -
district. Julian E. McRae who
Circulation of the power plant. An
resides In School Board 5 Is running UpStarkeBradford
\ agalnstlncumbentH.A. Law- Heads State equal goes amount Into of the power city's plant general revenue *

In District 2.
son fund and has been swallowed up.

Although the new Florida Con- County; Library pletely separate from the operating A committee headed by Mrs. LP Gas UnitJ. Faced with all those expenditures -
State statutes are quoted to the end- to Mrs. Saunders. The Charles Sawyer owner of for
ly 2,000 books In the year according past year which went to pur- expect revenue to make up
effect that School Board can- Ing July I, according to Its annual fund was set up under a Bradford chase a site the Old Parka Slade Gas of Starke has been It. Utility system revenue Including -
didates shall run from the School Grandin report. County Library Building Place at Walnut and Jefferson elected president of the Florida electric gas and water
n h Board district In which they re- Librarian Martha Minx said Committee Inc. to purchase a Streets. Title to the property; LP-Gas Association. sales plus other Items stood
side. McRae however argues Catch also that the same book budgetIn new building. The present library has been turned over to the "As one of the main sources $125,000 of the $747,750 estimate -
that the Supreme Court has ruledIn the last three years bought quarters on Walnut Street In of energy In the nation today we of 1969-70 at the 10-month!
at least two cases In other almost 200 fewer books because Starke are privately owned. (uont'd on 1 Pg,8)) are faced with vast opportunitiesto point. General Fund receipts
Crnndin Lake is still
Commission and
counties that of rising costs. In 1969- expand our markets with a were $32,112 shy of the estimated -
School Board members can roughing up. its famous," 70, 982 new books were pur- pollution free economical fuel I," 364598. It will be nip
serve If elected even when running large! bass.This chased; In the previous year Sawyer said in his acceptance and tuck to see whether Income
for seats in another dis one. )8 t Ibs. 2 o/ was 1164 and 1,205 In 1967-68--each Residents Unhappy speech at the annual convention will match the estimates.
trict. So far, Incumbent District Wilbur Waters year on a $4,000 book budget. of the Florida LP-Gas Associa-
caught hy natural
J board member. A. Lawson has tion held at the Hotel''' Robert Brightest spot Is the
given no Indication of challenging of I.anteThis has measured Approximately 8,232 books are Meyer In Jacksonville last week- gas sales which stood at $104-
DINNER McRae's election if inch should 2.;> !Iz= inches! in length.t now In the library. Circulationlast end. Aug. 20-22. 783 after 10 months only $3-
occur although he did refer in year was 22139. From July The Silver 216 short of meeting the amount
convention marked the -
Sat. Aug. 29 a newspaper advertisement last 1, 1968-69, circulation was 20- With Bus ScheduleA Anniversary of the FLPGA budgeted. Gas sales will] pro
week to a similar Instance In Rep. Shaw 167 and the previous year 17- and the beginning of bigger and bably top the goal.It .
LAWTEYBerry Columbia County where a can- 1 112.There better things for the LP-gas all leaves the city; council
didate was not allowed to qualify are 1536 library card group of Graham area resi- older students to Bradford Mid- with the problem of getting the
Heads Fraud holders, 343 of these new since dents got little satisfaction from Industry the new president said
Wharf out of his residence district. dle School and Bradford High. reigns back In hand. The cow
"Our Clean-Air Car Programis
July 1, 1969.Supported. the School Board Monday night
Last year Graham students at- cil agreed Thursday that a budget
5 to 8 P.M. Another race that may generate Unit BoardThe by Bradford County when they protested the long tended elementary schools and moving at an accelerated rate will have to be made next
Interest at the rallies Is the District and the City of Starke the library dav their young school children could board the bus after 7:30 as and Is proving to the public the year and that spending will haveto
SI.25 Plate 2 County Commission contest is governed by five board will have to put In. it headed from Brooker Elemen- I many advantages LP Eras has in stop when the cut-off point Is
between two old rivals, Incumbent Florida Council on Com- members: Mrs. A.R. Norman.; tary to Starke. I the home for cooking heating, reached.
(Buck) Norman andGeorge mercial Frauds has elected Rep. Supt. Tom Casey said local water heating, clothes drying,
chairman Miss Florence Jennings The period at tile
Country-Western ; were In error in new seven day "We've got to. What's In
Music:6-8 P.M. W. Roberts the man Gene Shaw Dlst. 16 Democrat Mrs. Herbert C. Rltch, stating that Graham students Bradford High will get the Graham and lighting Sawyer stated. budget is the guideline. It's ttte
Norman unseated on the of Starke as chairman of Its Mrs. M.W. Cressler and Mrs. would leave home an hour ear- students home earlier than limit," Councilman Jimmy
All State & Local a close race in 1966. Board of Directors. John Sanders.As lier and return an hour later last year Casey said, since dir- CivitansTo Bowen said In commenting on
CandidatesWelcome This time their roles are reversed under the new court ordered ect express buses will leave 1 budgeting> next year In the Pot
of confidence Flor-
To Speak as Roberts seeks a come- Building soon as the city of Starke school attendance plan handed Starke at 2:15: p.m. for Brooker. ice department.
ida businesses through disseml- gives final approval to a bud- Graham students should home CansThe
back and Norman; Just vigorouslybids by U.S. District Judge CharlesR. get Buy
Starting at 8 P.M.:: for another four-year term. natio of Information on frauds get figure for the library the Scott. about 3:20: p.m., about 20 minutes Department heads submitted

Sponsored By The Issues, If any In this race being practiced In Florida together board is to meet to set up thisyear's But Casey admitted that students earlier than last year he said. Starke Clvltan Club is of- !!1970-71 budget requests last
have not yet been aired and the with proposing state and budget, Mrs. Minx said. from Graham will have to taring for Thursday. City Clerk Merrill
a bounty
Lawtey Men's candidates will have their first federal legislation to curb illicit In the county budget Just ap- begin boarding the school bus Jennings Starling told the four cans. j I dwards:: will compile: them Into
FellowshipImm opportunity to get In a few pun- practices is the purpose proved the library is to receive around 7 when school starts school board members present On August 29, during the hours i if I a i new budget for the council
ches Saturday night. of the Florida Council on Com- $17.109.36--an Increase of that for his granddaughter to c) 2:00: p.m. and 5:00: p.m. at I::0 use a knife on. In all pro-
ca.a1t mercial Frauds. The Council $774.37 over last year, which Sept. 8, a good half hour earlier meet the bus at 7:10: a.m. she 1 the High Schoolbus area between I ability, no work will be doney
The real "duke's" mixture of works closely with Better Business will be "virtually swallowed up than last year. will have to get up before day- 1 the Field House and Starke I) the council on the new budget -
course Is the race to fill the Bureau throughout FloridaIn In rising operating expenses." The students will be pickedup lUrht. Momentary:: School, the Clvitan until after the Sept. 8 elect-
< ex ud,9 unexpired two-year term of the promoting Its program. The library board had asked for by a bus which leaves from "I don't mind my children C Hub will pay 1/2C! for every can i in.
) late Charles A. Darby with six Shaw's election took place at an Increase of $2,500 from the Brooker makes a round Into going to Brooker to school" t tot: is picked -up on the streetsr Chairman McRae declined to
Democratic hopefuls and one unopposed the Council's annual meeting In county. the Graham area and returnsto he said "but the winter Is too beside the roads. establish a mlllage figure this
4t1. tcVanrw RepubUcan seeking the Orlando on Aug. 20-21. Their budget request from the Brooker Elementary where long and cold for small child- year until alter the budget Ulade.
State Commissioner of Agri- the students must attend accord- that They will buy 10OOO.cal15 on
post. city of Starke $4,350, Includ- ren to get up early."I Clerk Edwards said he
swe. So far there Is nothing to Indicate culture Ing to the new school[planordered shouldbe a first-come first-serve basis.
Doyle Conner a Bradford ing an addltioal $650 over last think arrangements will use the same 7 1/2 mills
hrr.. ::.::r'....e- who has the edge In this County native Is also a year. by the courts. Buses must get to made so they wouldn't be This offer Is not limited to I t le city; has levied for the past
member of the council. Brooker Elementary by any group but can be enjoyed by
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.-V- I t Brenda GuinnEntertained 1 A.D.K. SororityMet

,. ; J I At SaturdayMembers

L Luncheon FridayMiss of district two of

Brenda fiancee of Alpha Delta Kappa sorority for

1 1 Lynwood Walters Guinn., was complimented ,' 4r. women educators met Saturday
Ill'i' morning at the Bradford County
t at a luncheon last Fri Defense building. The
day given by Mrs.Charles Darby, I Civil were
ihv Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr., Mrs. Em- I Starke and Palatka chapters
for the meeting.
p hostesses
mett Akrldge and Mrs. Robert
w.I Gladys. Mooty: Phone 964-7608 ft Nobles at the home of the latteron LL Mrs. Ernestine McRae
4 4wr tiI E. Call street. Miss Madge Middleton registered the
the members from
If Socirtv Filltor ,..a1Ik i The four dining tables were Mrs.
t 16 chapters represented.
covered with embroi-
Laurie Mulllns, Mrs. Lucille A
"' I ; dered cutwork cloths and cen- Frazier Mrs.
). 1trA 1tr" Brown, Mrs. Ruth ,
tered with small
arrangements oi h Evelyn Sinclair and Mrs. Eunice
pink and white pompoms. Miss $ Searing served punch and cookies
Jayne Hardy assisted In servingthe x
to the members during the re
16 guests.
The hostesses presented the gistration.
y Following a business meeting
t1ri7 Mt honoree with a corsage and the
f Helen
n t f k LeI presided over by Mrs.
i vegetable dish to her chosen
I Ira r Koehler, district 2 chaiman of
china pattern as a menento of concludedthe KowalskiLyonNuptials
% the Jacksonville, the group
Linda Douglas morning with a workshop on
Out-of-town the
(: guests were
the policy handbook.At .
groom-elect's grandmother, Thomas TriestAnnouncement
noon the group met at the
Mrs. C.W. Walters of Dublin, Holiday Inn for lunch. After lunch engagement of Miss JanetJ.
Ga., his aunt, Mrs. T.M. Lowery Pro- Michael Edward
Mrs. Sara Sova of Callahan, Kowalski to
i of Lakeland, the brideelect'smother vince I chairman and past State Lyon Is announced by her par-
fa Mrs. Robert Guinn of Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Dou-
of the Mrs. T.J. Kowal-
: 1.k president gave a resume ents, Mr. and
*, A Gainesville, her aunt, Mrs. Sam glas of Palatka announce the Gulf states regional conferenceheld ski of North Fort Myers. Mr.
Hoilman of Drexel N.C. and her of their daughter
e. In Tallahassee Aug. 7-8. Lyon Is the son of'Mr. and Mrs.
sister, Mrs. Samuel J. King of Linda Irene, to Thomas Triest Mrs. Ola Lee Means of Lake William L.Soto of Starke.

C 3 Scott AFB, HI. son of Mrs. Inez Triest and the City, State president and Mrs. Miss Kowalski graduated from

late Thomas S. Triest of Key- Lalla OJala of Miami Shores, North Fort Myers High School,

K.L.V.F.D. Aux. stone Heights. State vice-president, spoke to where she was secretary of the
Elects OfficersThe The bride-elect is a 1968 graduate the group. Mrs. Means con- National Honor Society, a mem-
of Palatka High School and
cluded the meeting by installing ber of the Student Council, a
KIngsley Lake Volunteer attended St. Johns River Junior the officers for the coming year. prom queen attendant and reporter -
Fire Department Auxiliary heldan College. She Is presently em- Miss Madge Middleton was installed for Cooperative Busi-

organizational meeting at the oloved at ClaY Electric.Mr. as treasurer of district ness Education. She is presently
Triest Is a 1967 graduate
voting precinct on Aug. 20 where D. employed in the office of Tra-
of Keystone Heights High
Gloria Harrell. Harry Hatcher III the elected following: officers were and is also employed at Clay vis Mr.Gresham.Lyongraduated Brad

Repeat Vows In Moultrie SaturdayThe President, Mrs. L.L. Bradley, Electric.The wedding will be an event Glenn Simmons of Natchez, ford High School where he was
vice-president, Mrs. Warren 8:30 in the Miss is visiting Mr. and Mrs. vice-president of the DCT club.
I Ebling secretary, Mrs. K.K ofOct. Ifljat : p.m. Jr. is taking basic trainingIn
; Clyde B. Terwillegar son, He now
East Side from Moultrie and Mrs. Tom Hope Baptist Church In Theressa.
Baptist Church In
Mott treasurer Mrs. at Fort Jack-
; Byron, and daughter, Anne for the U.S. Army
Moultrie, Ga. formed the setting Price of Montgomery, Ala. Assisting All friends and relatives are
Macy chaplain Mrs. Reggie with and following grad-
; Glenn student S.C.
t a week. was a son,
: Saturday evening, Aug. 2 for the In serving were Misses invited to attend. attend
Underhill. the Starke group on their recent uation Au Ann and Susan Hatcher -
marriage of Miss Gloria Ann Doria ,
The next meeting will be Sept. American Institute of Foreign aircraft maintenance school.
Harrell and Harry Milton Hatcher Maitland; Misses Linda and Ardell F. Brannon left
21 a t 7:30: p.m. at the voting Sgt. Travel. A winter wedding is planned.
m. Clayton Tuggle of Wendy Barton, Atlanta, all cou- at
Georgiana precinct and all ladles In the com- Aug. 14 for a years duty
Ala. performed the double-ring sins of the groom; and Mrs. Orie munity are invited to attend. Clark AFB in the Phlllipines.

S ceremony. Taylor, Moultrie.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. William Faircloth of

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Harrell Moultrie provided music duringthe

of Moultrie, and the bridegroomis reception and Mrs. Jerry
the son of Col. and Mrs. H.M. Weldon kept the bride's book. A

Hatcher Jr. of Starke. white lace over pink satin cloth SENSATIONAL VALUE!

I Brenda Guinn And Lynwood Walters The vows were spoken before a covered the bride's book table
with (
large central sunburst arrange- which held a silver compote
Repeat Nuptial Vows Saturday an arrangement of daisies and
ment of white gladioli, pink and carnations and centered with a r t' BONDED ACRYLIC
trimmed with bridal lace. Her white Funji chrysanthemums,
Miss Brenda Leigh Guinn, forever yours roses, white taper.
only ornament was a string of Passing out rice bags on silver
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert pearls, a gift of the groom. Her daisies, snapdragons, blue corn trays were Miss Wanda Baker

Guinn of Gainesville, and matching cap of dotted Swiss flowers and pink pompom chry- and Miss Sherry Gay both cou-

Charles Lynwood Walters, son n'lth satin bow secured her elbow aanthemums.! In the backgroundand sins of the bride. BOYS CPO 3JhJUMPER
of Mr. and Mrs. SL Peek Jr. length veil of illusion She on either side were 15-branch After spending some time with :L l

were united in marriage Satur- carried a Colonial nosegay of arched, brass candelabra with their guests, the couple left on a .' .
day, Aug. 22 at 2:30: p.m. in white sweetheart roses, ivy and pink tapers. Emerald fern trees wedding trip throughout Florida. JACKETS %%

the chapel of the First United baby's breath. flanked the pulpit and the kneeling The bride traveled in copen blue

Methodist[ Church in Gainesvillewith A reception was held In the bench was swagged with Ivy. knit dress with black acces- $

tie nuptials. baskets of white gladioli, car- pink satin ribbon, chrysanthemums her bridal basket. SPECIAL 499

Decorating the altar were two nations and baby's breath high- and ivy. The couple will reside in Dah- }3f'w, r+

baskets of white gladioli, car- lighted points of interest. Nuptial music was presentedby lonega, Ga. where Mr. Hatcheris PURCHASE
nations and baby's breath againsta Standing in the receiving line Gene Hobbs, organist and a senior at North Georgia College our reg. $4.99 v c
background of branched candelabra were the bride and groom, their Miss Melicent Faircloth, soloist. J
with white tapers. parents and the matron of honor. Col. Hatcher served as best Woven plaids inauthentic

Mrs. David Canova, pianist,and :Miss Katherine 1'eek, sister of man for his son. The usher- ing. Anchor CPO buttons.styl 1 i T compare al $6.99

Miss Carol (Hardy, soloist, pro- the groom, kept the bride's book. groomsmen were Larry Rich of Bachelor Luncheon Wool I blends in Fall i r""'1"'"t ,.....

vided a program of nuptial music. The bride's table was covered McRae, Ga. Ken Scott of Rome, Given colors. S-L, i 3 styles to choose'' from-pleated

W.T: Walters of Gainesville with a white nylon cloth edged Ga., Ben Smith of Waycross, Ga., Honoring I, ( front side tab or full skirt style. ..

attended his brother as best man with a band of wide lace, over Wayne Blakenship, Frank Hardy H. M. Hatcher III w o1:I,' Bonded to acetate for comfort and
and David Canova, brotherinlaw yellow taffeta. Centering the table and David Silcox of Starke. 3 L stay crisp look. Beautifully finished.

of the groom, and Robert was a three tiered wedding Miss VIcki Clark of Atlanta, Harry M. Hatcher HI was entertained ; 1'i Choice of colors. 10 46.

Guinn brother of the bride, cake topped with a miniature Ga. was the bride's honor at- at a luncheon Saturdayat i ,; .
served as ushers. bride and groom. Mrs. W.T. tendant. Bridesmaids were Miss Woody's Restaurant in Moul- '
!Mrs. Samuel J. King of Scott Walters, sister-in-law of the Jane Hardy of Moultrie, Miss trie Ga. given by W.B. Book- C ? t -

AFB, Illinois, attended her sis- groom, cut the cake and pre- Linda Whitehead of Atlanta, Miss hart Sr. of Elloree, S.C., great-
ter as matron of honor. She wore siding at the punch bowl was Judy Harrell, cousin of the bride, uncle of the groom-elect, and

a pink dotted Swiss gown featur- Mrs. Charles Tatum. from Moultrie, and Miss Gayle Charles C. Barton of Atlanta, x ,. ;. NEW CRINKLE ,
ing bouffant, long sleeves and Following a wedding trip to Hatcher, sister of the groom. 'i.
Ga. uncle of the groom-elect. '
empire waist adorned with a Jekyll Island, Ga. the coupleare Miss Mona Harrell, sister of Guests the usher e PATENT TRIM
satin bow, fashioned on the same residing at 241 N. Wing- the bride, served as Junior grooms-

line as the bride's gown. She ate street Wake Forest, N.C. bridesmaid.The men. r.t F'DRESSES
Centering the dining table was
wore a Juliette Cap of pink dot- where Mrs. Walters will teachin attendant's dresses were ,
an arrangement of summer flo ,
ted Swiss with a satin bow and the elementary school in Granville of light blue silk organza em-

carried a nosegay of Dink fea- N.C. and Mr. Walters Is bossed with tiny multi-colored wers. i NO-IRON f
Mr. Hatcher chose this timeto JUNIOR PETITES
thered carnations( and baby's completing his Masters of Divinity flowers, and styled with empire ;t
bodices short sleeves and honor his attendants with aman's J yr
puff ,
breath. at Southeastern
degree Bap-
Jewelry tray made of teak SPORTSHIRTS s MISSES & HALF SIZES
wedding ring collars. The slightly
Given in marriage by her tist Theological Seminary at .
father, the bride wore a white Wake Forest, N.C. gathered skirts were floor length
Twelve guests enjoyed this oc- 'tit One two and three
and featured blue pico taffeta piece
nylon dotted Swiss gown with For her wedding trip the bride 11 I %'- dresses
casion. 1 in newest styles
bouffant, long sleeves and empire chose a white double knit t dress ribbon with bows in the back and Jr and trims. You must see MO"and

waist accented with a white satin stiched in red with which she streamers to the floor. Their I this great new Fall lie I..c.
bow. The collar and cuffs were wore red accessories. headpieces were bands of fresh Gloria Harrell : tion S12.99 )
flowers, and they carried white $5
wicker baskets of rubin lillles Honored AtLuncheon 2 ,
forever yours roses, white dais-
ies and :v c')
r ; VOTE Kim Hood, cousin of the bride, reg. $2.99 ea. ''' 1

f a'. from Moultrie, was the flower Miss Gloria Harrell, fiancee GIRLS SHIRTS
1w girl in a gown like that of the Harry Hatcher m, was honoredat Len s ssvsponylcsth ; LADIES NO IRON

for attendants. T.J. Seals, cousin a bridesmaid luncheon Satur- In stripes and fancies. \ \ ;, & BLOUSES

of the groom, from Hendersonville day In the Woman's Club in Permanent aseendpolyes8. 1 I
andSUPPORT Term was the rlngbearer. Moultrie, Ga. Hostesses were ter-cotton 'b ;:: SHIRTS & $

The bride was given in mar- Miss Vicki Clark, Mrs. Gene 3

riage by her father She wore Lashly, her mother, Mrs. Wiley r Z 'for
an A-line empire gown of Ivory Clark, her grandmother, and BLOUSES '

silk organza and re-embroidered Miss Linda Whitehead.The ,.., reg. $1.99 each
Alencon lace. The gown featured long table was covered SOLIDSSTRIPESPUIDSBOYS ,'

narrow vertical bands of lace with a white cloth and centered Permanantpeeatail
ForCLERK from the high neckline to the with an arrangement of mixed SLACKS 'L 4j tl $ Q44 ... ored dressy and 1 lace styles.trim l I

i hem in a gradually widening fan summer flowers. Place cards Great now selection. '
shape. The full bishop sleeves marked the seating arrangement.The $3.99 Sizes 7- I
ended In wide cuffs. The attached bride-elect chose this occasion reg. 2 14.
chapel train of sheer Entire stock on sale. Flairs .
organza to honor her attendants 1
and fast backs In popular $ o 1
flowed smoothly from the waist- with a gift, a silver Paul Revere fabrics and colors PP. 8' 7 reg. $3.99 '
line. Her headpiece was a face- bowl engraved with their initials 18 reg. slim I, Girls Slacks
framing profile style of alencon and the date of the wedding. i New Fall,, stock of fussyshirts /

lace flowers( featuring a small Among the out-of-town guests and blouses to

Gilbert S. (Gib Brown organza bow, and catching a veil were the groom-to-be's mother, BOYS CREWS pant compliment skirt and the jumperstyles. new ( / reg. ;$ 3
) $3.99
of silk illusion She carried a Mrs. H.M. Hatcher Jr., his pa- 1 White end colors

white wicker basket of white ternal grandmother, Mrs. i'II'l, I 3238. 100%," Bonded Acrylic' ,

Candidate for Clerk of Circuit Courtof Frenched carnations, pink sweet- Hatcher Sr., his maternal grand- '' 3 for { PUld Flare Leg, washable
heart roses( and blue cornflowers mother, Mrs. Sarah B. Barton, Met Colors
the centered with a white orchid. and his sister, Miss Gayle Save on these stretch 1. Sizes 7.14whits
Bradford County subject to
Mr. and Mrs. Harrell enter- Hatcher. % : cottonkmtcrews.solid
tained at a reception in the church <" or with stnpssk .
Democratic Primary on September 8th, Guaranteed 5 years. 7:
fellowship hall where guests were
GiveRehearsal \ 3 of
greeted at the door by Mrs. Lyn- Hatchers many
I feel 18 experience
1970. operat-
years wood Hood of Moultrie. Standingin Dinner BOYS SWEAT SHIRT styles to
the receiving line were the
business qualifies to
ing me r
my bride and groom, their parentsand Compare with others ..
the bridal attendants.The Col. and Mrs.Harry M.Hatcher ingsta1A9.95totton" x choosefrom
Circuit Court.
serve as your Clerk bride's table, covered witha Jr. entertained at a dinner party acetate. Long .I.e"..11$1
crew neck and .. !
Office with pink satin cloth with a net overskirt following the wedding .
promise to Conduct your was garlanded In smilax. their son. Harry M. Hatcher Colors. S-L /

and Effeciency and for the The three-tiered wedding cake m and his fiancee, Miss Gloria '
Courtesy '
was placed on one end of the Harrell In the Starlight of

best interest of all the Good People of table and on the other, a silver the Colquitt Hotel in Moultrie, OF

candelabrum held pink tapers Ga.The
Bradford County.I and an arrangementof pink roses, U-shaped table was over-
cloths MENS BOYS '
laid with white and -
daisies flowers and
gype, corn ,
will give full time in serving the snapdragons. Similar cloths were centered with an arrangementof !'.
used on the refreshment table red roses, pink snapdragons, /| I, SHOES
people and, taking care of the businessof and crystal punch bowls were daisies, blue cornflowers and

placed on each end. The table ivy, flanked by silver candelabrawith 00 $ LOO
your office. was garlanded In smilax with pink tapers. LAYAWAY- reg.84.99$400 reg. $5.99$5 reg. 56.99
Attending were members of a & $
nosegays of roses and gype. to 58.99 U
Your Vote and! Support will be greatly Cutting the bride's cake were the wedding party; and out-of-

Mrs. John Gay, aunt of the bride town guests. 1' If Leather slip-ons or oxfords Great new styles in New strap and buckle
appreciated. and MIlS Sue McMath. Presidingat i with new erne- leather sUp-ons and ox. treatments. Moc-toe
the punch bowls were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Lewis and -now while you have /r mints new styles fords. Group Includes slip-ons and many more.
Bobby Langston and Mrs. Jerry daughters and Miss Colleen Nic- best choice) i u Rugged PVC soles. Sizes favorite Monk Strap. 3V! LMtherll and vinyl.I l .
Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown Allegood, both cousins of Jle hols toured South Florida several eK-3. e. ei. .

bride; and Miss Beth Arwood days last week.

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Those from Starke attending Milliard M. Judd won honor- 1

[ ilJ the Moultrie Harrell-Hatcher, Ga. Saturday wedding night In able Southeast mention Agricultural at the Art Aug.Festival M- 1J T CHOKE 3
= J JAlpha ,
were: Mr. and Mrs. N.P. Joy- in Moultrie Ga. for his

41 !J II 7ii/ ,i ner.cox, Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.R.G.V.D.Paterson Sil-- water color painting I

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil WatersSr.
Mr. nd Mrs. Don Nee!,
Mr. and Mrs. L.N. Pickering of Dublin, Ga., Mrs. T.M. Lowery 11

Nu Chapter Tullie NormansTo and MJr.Mrs.and Mrs.A.J. Don Barry Rardon, Mr. and Dr. of of Redwood Lakeland City and; Calif David were Walters YOUR OJ.DCRR WDE9W

Delta Kappa Celebrate Mrs. S.G. Denmark Mr. and Thursday to Sunday guests of
Mrs. J.E. Hardy Mrs. Clyde Mr. and Mrs. David E. Canova.

Gamma Met Sat. 50th AnniversaryMr. Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs.Orie Wiggins a
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Williams Those from Starke attending .
A Saturday morning workshopand Rep. and Mrs. Eugene the Gulnn-Walters wedding In
and Mrs. Tullie Normar
luncheon was held Aug. 22 Shaw. Mr. and Mrs.DrewF.Reddish Gainesville Saturday afternoonwere
will be honored at"open house" : Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek
at the Middle: School In Starke Redman
for the Alpha Nu chapter of Sunday, Sept. 6, from 2:30 to .t ,, Mrs.Mr. done and Mrs.". ureene J.R., Mrs. Jr., Mrs. S.L. Peek Sr., Mrs.
Delta Kappa Gamma Society.; 5:30 p.m. at Bayless Highway James V. Crosby, Mrs. L.F. W.H. Holland, Miss Katherine TRADE
The president. Mrs. Marie Baptist Church In observanceof iMnMiM.. Mrs. Charles Darbv. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. Charles IT
WoodleyofLake Butler appointed their golden wedding anni Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Hardy, HII"",. MIMA Carol Hardy Mrs.
versary. L.F. DInkIns Mrs. Charles Darby
committee chairmen and com- Mrs. H.M. Hatcher Sr., Mrs. -
mittee members. The commit Hosts for the event will be Randall Chitty. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. "W.S. Haas,.
tees their children and grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Tomlinson '
worked families.
on plans twins the J.A. Christmas, and
theme "The Critical Analysis Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Regis / :
of Values, A Basis for Action." and Mrs Gerald Norman and Mrs. DeRltch Green and fam- ter Jr., Mr. and Mrs. DavidE.
Alpha Nu chapter Is composedof Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp of ily of St.Charles,Mo.have Joined Canova, Mrs. Mona Canova n
Starke and Mr. and Mrs
women educators In Bradford, Barney Mr. Green here and they are Lewis Mrs. Myrtice Nichols -
Mrs. R. H. Futch
Eggers and Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Baker and Union counties residing with his mother Mrs. Phillip and Miss
A memorial service In honor Sapp of Jacksonville. Celebrated 84th Nelson Green for the time being. Susan Wiggins.
All friends and relatives
of a deceased former member, are Mrs. Green was accompaniedhere
Invited to attend.! Birthday Aug. 9 Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Bartlett
Mrs. Blanche Douglas, was by Mr. and Mrs. Norman
directed by Miss Kathryne Ep- Phillips and daughters also of have had as vlsiors Mr. and
person and Mrs. Woodley. W. B. Mizelle'aTo Mrs. Robert H. Futch celebrated St. Charles, Mo. who are spending Mrs. Ed Watford and family of
Okeechobee last D
Wednesday and
Mrs. Edna Hart the immediate her 84th birthday Aug. several days. d
Mrs. Mike Moore and son of
past president, was pn- Be HonoredOn 9 at a party held at Strickland's
rented the scrao book that was Landing on Klngsley Lake. Mrs. Merrill Edwards and Mrs. Jacksonville on Saturday.Kim .
kept during her two years Inoffice. 50th Anniv. Mrs. J.R. Devore presentedher David Black visited Mr.and Mrs.
cake James Kinchen and family In Bartlett Nancy Struth and
mother with a birthday
Karen Cissy left Tuesday for St.
Following the business meeting .- and Jacksonville Tuesday.
decorated with blue, green
the Bradford Friends and relatives are Invited Johns River Junior College
County members yellow and topped with candles.
served a delicious meal. to attend the reception Refreshments were served to the Herbert Thomas spent last /
honoring Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Mrs. Ella Moody has gone to
Hostesses were Mrs. Mona Ca- approximately 60 guests at.- Wednesday to Friday In Winter .
nova. Mrs. Sue Winkler, Mrs. Mizelle Sr.Sunday Aug. 30 from tending. Park visiting his sister Mrs. Palisades Park. N.J. to visit i
tree to five on their 50th her son daughter-in-law,Mr.
Tommle NoUn,Mrs.Helen Johns, p.m. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. C.M. Fowler.
wedding anniversary to be held and Mrs. C.F. Boyer.
Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Mrs. Cleo J.Q. Futch and daughters Plant
Andrews, Mrs. Maxine at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Murry McRae left Wednesdayfor
Gibson City Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Futchof
Mrs. Edith Ghrlstianson will
Mrs. Adele Mitchell, Mrs. Mau- C.A. Roberts in Lake Butler. Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy San Bemadlno Calif for two
be Orleans
to New
reen Paul and Mrs. Edna Hart. weeks training for the Crusade returning
Futch and mother of Waycross, this weekend after a visit with > <

........ ..........u......... .... .. --.--.... ..........-. Ga., Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Rosier For Christ. members of her family Starke,
of Green Cove Springs, Mr. and
Cove Springs, Wildwoodand
Mr. and Mrs. R.A.Colsonwere
Mrs. Johnny Devore of Clear-
Lake Geneva.Mr.
water, Mr. and Mrs. Aryl Bele- visiting Mr. and Mrs. LaRue on
1 vina of Lenox, Ga. Mr. and Williams at Ormond Beach last
5 and Mrs. A. Russell Nor-
ConcernedAbout Mrs. MaxIe Reddish and Mr. Thursday to Saturday.Mr. .
man returned Sunday from a LOOK AT OK
and Mrs. Bobby Prevatt of State 17 day tour of Europe. THESE
Farm, and Mrs. Bessie Welchof and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
1m. it Plant City.Duplicate. were in Jacksonville Sunday Attending the United Methodist
I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Your Schools? Suttle and relatives. Youth Beach Retreat Monday at through New Smyrna Friday

Bridge James are Rev. DeWitt Farabee, Rod- USED
Mrs. and children CAR
Winners NamedMrs. of Tallahassee are visitingher ney Callahan, Terry Brown,
I parents Mr. and Mrs.J.H. Fayanne and Joyce Farabee Jan
Graudon, Darlene Hobbs, Sissy
: Dennis, this week.
George Miller and Mrs.
1 Long, Larry Oglesby Glen Mul-
Elect J.D. Odom Jr. were the winning
im line and Vincent St. Johns.
:W: couple at the Duplicate Bridge Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson

lillll! ill!!!!! were Club Tuesday six tables night in play.where there and 50th wedding Andy Jordan anniversary attended of Mr.the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Indianapolis Godwin mou 96 uR 1969
spent Aug. 19-26 In (bv.
and Mrs. G.D. Plnholster In Or :
Mrs. Harry Moody and Mrs. Ind. visiting Mr. and Mrs. .ZI C '6 t 4 Er CS Tpm
:r Blaine I Ida Mae Shaw were second Tom mond Beach Sunday afternoon. y.CUADED y
; G.S. with the
@!j I j 1 1I Robarts. Returning
Prescott and Jud Clement were Godwins was their daughter Bar- (w WIT Wflrr6 ToP
third and Mrs. Martha Moore Mrs. Betty Crawford and son,

I 4 t tTHOMPSON I III fourth.and ; Mrs. Edward Burns were Steve daughter, visited, Mr.her and son-in-law Mrs. Bobby and Jeff bara,Livingston Mrs. Lola of Cocoa Johnson Beach and q1 CJ..EFJAJ AS AlEtVyp

who had been visiting the Roberts ag752
The club meets every Tuesday Crawford at Crystal River the for two weeks. $ / 995008
: night at 7:30 p.m. in the Pratt first of the week.
Street Recreation Center and Is
Friends of Mickey Agner of
Mrs. W.B. Mundy, Carl
open to all bridge players. Sapp

IIIIII! IIIIIIII'' and Carrollton Miss Brenda Ky. last Sapp week were visit-in KIngsley know that Lake he will Is back be interestedto In Florida Uni- /% 96O1.Ds

School Board ing Rev. and Mrs. T.A. Steele after four years at Samford
::::::: :::::: Local admittances to Bradford and family and attended the versity in Birmingham, Ala. JeoN/I.fq CoyPc! DT
District No. 1 County, Hospital this week include Steele-wmiam wedding.Mr. where he received his Bachelorof Lrnc1L17
: Marion Sullivan, OlsonS. Arts Degree. He will be at I
Thomas Mrs.Sarah A.Brown, and Mrs. James Cash and Vanguard High School In Ocala ).O.4tJELJ (JLEJAJS AJEWa93(
James W. Come Mrs. Marlene where he will coach Junior Var-

I He Cares Tool! I{ Smith Mrs. ,Golda Mrs.Martin Annette, L.D.Kitchens Green, end family with of Orlando her parents spent the Sen.week and teaching sity football sociology.and swimming, also

Roy Tomlinson, Mrs. Josie Mrs. Charley Johns.

f Blame Thompson is a young progressive 1 Woodcock Irene Brooks John Mrs.W. Smith Ara ,Moltt Mrs., Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas Pt.Mr.Charlotte and Mrs.visited Mike Barley her parents of-

::::::: Starke businessman, owner of Starke Plaza Bac. :::::: Mrs. Gertrude Haisten and Wil- have returned from ten days Mr. and Mrs. George Carter /6 r 1967
';.::.::.: her Shop. Vff.I:;:::::; lie E. Green, Starke; Mrs. Mary visit with their son-in-law and over the weekend. Mr. and
:::: :::: daughter Mr. and Mrs. F.L.
Dukes. Mrs. Agatha Whitehead Mrs. OLDS pa7 jOdlZ. lJELT4 'IPooz
Carter j
Mrs. were visiting 01-0..5 $
:::::: He has! two children He wants them to attend ::: and Mrs. Viola DuPree, Lake Starling and daughter, Shelley Carter's relatives In Rochester
;;:;i the best schools ::: H. Roberta and in Arlington, Texas.
possible. Butler; William N.Y. recently. pS. P 5 A/R CcJD: CL6'uOAlE OuJJE500
.::::;;: :::::::: Leslie M. Dobbs Ralford; CarlW. )
::::::: Blaine' Thompson!' is concerned about our :::::::: Rhoden, Hampton; and Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham attended .- Mrs. Bessie Faxon of Gaines-
:::::: schools lie wants to do all he can to make them f:II:::::::1 Phillips, Lawtey. the Merchandise Mart In ville Is visiting her sister Mrs. ;( / ? $ 195CZQ.
.$ ..
mi 1 better. ; Tampa the first part of last week.nation's Vergie Flynn, this week.

t...:..1 Blaine Thompson cares: and he's going to do 1%1:%
Capt. and Mrs. Harry Loper
: : NOTICE One of tl 1e newest
::.:.:;.:: something about it. :::r rIf ::; : of Fort Mammoth, N.J.are visit- J96 ? 19b
cosmetics that is lit!rally changing the ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
;t1 vote for Thompson you will strike a
::::::: blow for you better schools in Bradford County. Ii:::: "face of America". Being demonstrated J.R. Bullington this week. UOLVO llJR SF. .J4A'pL'ymou7'# NR'y.zzLl7iI'IAJS

: in Starke bJ appointment or Mrs. P.S. Snow and Mrs. O.S.
!: ]y
Blaine Thompson has been attending School Nelson of Dublin, Ga. are visiting / / RCcWOJR 5 MAJ//e'blJq)
:1m:::::i; Board Meetings' for "several months because he ::;::::: Home Show. Your"Mary Kay BeautyTHOMAS Mrs. L.D. Vining several /
: is concerned i it1 Consultant"I days this week. I

;: Member I.awte PTA. <*d. PJ. Adv) I PAT Dr. and Mrs. T.W. Stieglerand 1 X695 = -it79S'5?. I I709

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T. Long while enroute from Hills- / /9 ?
--------------- ---------------- borough Beach to their home in '

Vote For And Elect II Wilmington Philip ,Stith Dela. of Pasquagula, ;: ,wR /A/G afJGrEIROtET: //JJjJ/it.#

Miss. was visiting his grandparents fS. Vf' Ac.J1.e bAliJ ;l'2) 1fT: ps poa
I !1f.; E. w. Mr. and Mrs. L.F. Din-
t ,
Ii ffj' kins last week.
I -g y 9.5 CE. 16 95ClZ967
Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW.Brown 7
and S/Sgt. and Mrs. Norman
i RIgdon and family spent Friday

i HODGES and Saturday the Brown-Stephens In Cordele. / / 76bCIIEtlRfLE7

diiig. /1J/j/ft/1 CrEt/Co E 7" wA(;&) t

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown of

days Redkey with, Ind.Mr.are and spending Mrs.several GeorgeW. AIR Cow? (Ov*'Oa>*Jt) G P/I/17KAA/.J p.s


Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Payne and ,1 /8"9S c -.Fl /';? 9S c7L1f67
Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey Jr.and
n District 4- CountyAt- Large famllljs have returned from a
ten day camping trip to Southern
tr' llnols, North Arkansas and New /967jofGE.
5a +

Orleans. CdeAvETrsoo ?J.J7J C TO.Specq .
I BEST QUALIFIED David McKnight and Mark
Graudon left Tuesday for St. O/7/d... .
Johns River Junior College. -l.O JE'p ps

Mrs. Joyce Riherd and sons, # I c:: 0 tO-
COUNTY WIDE Greg and Carl, spent the past ,4 / 9Sf32. 4 00
two weeks touring the Yellow-
I II stone National Park and Grand
Canyon and visited the Astro-
I dome in Houston, Texas.

I A Vote For E. Hodges Is A' ole For A Man "W ho Has Rev. and Mrs. DeWitt Farabeeand HI
family have returned from
I The Ability To Get The Job Done, Because Of His 1 Many two and a half weeks vacation in ,
Statesboro, Ga., Hampton, Va.,
I Years Experience In Dealing ith People. I II Washington, D.C. and visiting I 1 I
Mrs. Farabee's mother Mrs. II I
William Pinchbeck: In GuIlford,

1 Mrs. W.F. Herlong visited Mr. tm Tai sa+ts psois 964-7Sne i
and Mark in Jacksonville
Mrs. Herlong

I,I Your Vote And Support On Sept. 8 B ill Be Greatly Appreciated I II : Herlong over had as the visitors weekend, Mrs Mrs. STARKE, FLORIDA

Mary Purvis of Gainesville on
I (Pd. Pot. Adv.) : Monday and Mr. and Mrs Joe Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer1Y' .
Wheeler of Orlando for several .
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get last year.
done the basis personalities others" appeal. City Spending The. council also-faces other
Lawtey Rally and qualifications rather than A,+ Grid JamboreeSet additional costs, such as 2000.
Issues. Since there Is no incum- The five Democrat candidates (Continued from ?*** One) plus tor having city taxts col.lected .
t (Continued from.Pace One) bent in this race, the candidateshave who will be heard in the hustings Sept. 4 by the county tax col.
no record to attack and are: Gilbert S. (Gib)Brown,Mrs. several years in preparing the lector to comply with a new
free-for-all since aU candidateshave their speeches at rallies are Margie Dowllng J. Maurice Edwards state law. The agreed
a strong personal following likely to be pitched on the "I Jr., Charles Hardy, and 1970-71 Football action will begin new In budget the meantime a city committee Thursday to offer the tax assessor -
I and so far tile politicking has been can do a bettor Job than the Randy Johns. next Friday, Sept. 4, when 14 to meet with Chief and collectot one per
I Bradford High lent for their services in. acounter
I gridders compete Fuqua to establish a policy on .
in the third annuU Gainesville offer.In
Until that Is
i The Democratic primary win sick leave pay.
Elect High School Football 1 Jam-
ner will face incumbent Inman done Mayor Carl Huttt ttje addition, there Is the matter
MARGIE Green, who was appointed by SEPT 7IYA1, 200 EftBMOflMV ,'', '. boree. police budget cannot be esti of coa -Uv1ng pay raises
Gov. Claude Kirk to fill the > COUNTY HIKWI/WS/ ', As in the past two years BUS mated.It for city; employees. Employees
unexplred; term. and who does SIARKC, (OIL will play quarter each with appears that almost every are pressing for a pay hike arid
not have opposition for the Republican Palette and Ocala. Four teams agency Is going to ask an Increase It could amount to a substantial
nomination. will participate in the Jamboree, next year. The Recreation -, sum. The council asked depart.
C DOWLING t t'SPCfVSOREDBY' 1NE4 CIUD, u # ,p,; making a total of eight quarters. Department, for Instance to$44-, ment heads to omit pay raises
of football for fans to see. wants a $14,000 in preparing budget requests
Another School Board contest AOIM1II 7Se fNHCitN,1p! 000. The library Is asking a will
4 The jamboree is tentatively stating the council study
will see H.W. Buster) Bennett, ,.lt.tM lt.
Both departments -
at $3.000 Increase
at 7
r scheduled to begin pjn. that aspect separately.
District I Incumbent, opposed by the
YOUR Field In Gainesville. say the Increases are
'.'\,. Johnnie Blaine Thompson and didn'tNNN
the ones
'SNUy same as
;. NIM Rgvsv
Arthur R. Gasklns./ All residein
Clerk of Circuit Court the Lawtey district. Bennett i -----S--.-N N-N N-gIN-_-N-_--- ..1..,.......................
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Is currently completing his first --1
term on the board.
long Experienced Democrat Businesswoman Life. r--- Vote ForGEORGE i

Another race that Is likely to
generate little fireworks sincean Signs like this will advertise 4R rtdeo. :
Widow with 5 children. She has served her community incumbent is not Involved, is .
in many Civic Programs and served you the contest for the District 4 W.ROBERTS.
well Fairly and Courteously in her Produce County; Commission seat being i
Labor Rodeo
vacated by veteran Commissioner Day
Market. Jessie R. Chastain. Seek-

Help Margie fowling to her first job In the ing the nomination for this post Jr.For
Eddie Allen, a candidate in
courthouse. She will be there helping you when. are 1966 Evan W. Hodges Jr., and Set By 4-H ClubsA .
ever you wnnl her. Harold E. Waters.

.......N.NN.. ... ..NNN.t1N.NNN't Contestants are asked to call: '
"Little Britches Rodeo' is
4-H Program Chairman Debbie
set on Labor Day, Monday Sept. Mowry at Hampton, the Agri-
't BEASLEYIsBESTforYOu 7. starting at 2 p.m. at the culture Building In Starke San
Bradford Fairgrounds sponsored dra MlUMn at Keystone Heights S County Commissioner
by local 4-H Clubs. before Sunday Sept. 6, to sign
The rodeo will be staged at up. Unless full rodeo books will
s WE NEED to bring good, cornTT jj f. Vjci 2 p.m. on Labor Day rain or be open until 1 p.m. the day of District No. 2 I
mon horse sense to our legislative >* ,* *? shine says 4-H President Mike the event. Contestants may see
process.LEGISLATION Reed. Vickie Sue Anderson at the rodeoto .
I tfOwjfl Events will Include bronco riding sign up.'MADISON.
should be positive '' bull riding, calf roping, pole t Experience, Business and Educational i
in We should bending, steer decorating buddy STREET
concept. ,
[ : To Serve You Best.
not be governed by laws that ., .' f pick-up, clover leaf competition, BAPTIST CHURCHOPPORTUNITIES Background :
: girls goat tying and a girls
about default. ,. .L
come by scramble.The .
greased pig FOR SERVICE I
-i'L. show Is open to youths One I
FLORIDA TAXPAYERS are entitled *4 from six to 19 years old. En- EXPERIENCE-One Term on Bradford County Commission.
to full-time representation tries are limited to the first Sunday August 30: Year as Chairman.
if they are going to be ...., X44 10 applications in all but the 9:45 a.m. Sunday School
.i 11:00 Morning Worship and of Harold C.
'r a.m. Manager part owner :
stuck for full-time and i
pay. I :. girls boat tying; greased pig
'. scramble where 20 entries will 6:15: p.m. Training Union Wall Insurance Agency. Wife and I owner and operators of Nancy'sFlowers. :
-r.i 7:15: WMU Prayer Circle
.t A LEGISLATOR must KEEP'j ; be accepted. 7:30 p.m.jun. Evening Worship : .

4 IN TOUCH with the people, Monday : Born and raised in Bradford Countv. Graduate of Bradford High School
to know what the people ; y Starke Lions 7:00 Youth Choir Practice
: p.m. j'
: want and need. I propose to [ Wednesday s Graduate of University of Florida with Degree in Business Admin
Film At
spend at least one day each 5:45: p.m.Junior Choir Practice ist ratlon.I .
.t month in each county-seat In Supper MeetingMembers 6:30: pjn.-RA's GA's"Sunbeams, i

4 the district, to know firsthand 4 4u 4 7:30 8:30: p.m. -- Church Prayer Meeting Choir Prac- I INTERESTED IN THE ENTIRE COUNTY I Ii
at all times how I can of the Starke Lions tice .
be of greatest service. Club and their wives enjoyed
a Denton SumraU. Pastor !
film, "Leader Dogs for The Madison Street Baptist i Your Vote and Support Appreciated
I PLEDGE you my TOTAL EFFORT shown Merritt
by Elyat
4 toward the best interests Blind regular meeting on Thurs- Church. ,...............................................................;

4 of the people of this day, Aug. 13, at 7:30 p.m.
district; President Inman Green openedthe
meeting with the Flag Salute,
j BEASLEY will be your AVAIL- and Invocation was brought by
ABLE (ALWAYS Represen- Maxie Carter. uuciug
tative. A covered dish supper, feat-
: uring ham prepared by Mrs.Mer-

THIS OFFICE is a public trust. rltt Elyr was served to the included Lions 1tn(
and their guests who
A New Plumbing DepartmentFOR
I will keep the faith with Harrell Durant and Tom San-
those who permit me to serve. ders of Leesburg S.C.
i Mrs. A.H. Harley Jr. was especial
; ON SEPT. 8 VOTE FOR guest and received *
letter of commendation and a ,

i M. L. [Les] BEASLEY pin the late from services Lonnle Lions Harley of her International husband Jr., a ,past the for, Barrett Water Conditioning & Pump Co.WE .

president of the Starke club.

For The HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 16th DISTRICT the Appreciation Starke-Bradford was expressed County to ARE NOW FULLY LICENSED PLUMBERS AND CARRY A

Chamber of Commerce for the
(Pol. Adv. Paid for by M. L. (ILea) Beaaley) generous loan of a projector and FULL SUPPLY OF PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIESTo
...................... .. ...... screen for this occasion.

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r.J-a".,' <' this fU. eoulda't we at tent
; ., ",< ,< ..': <> :'.. .'<'" open the stadiums to keep the Show Our Appreciation For The Fine
; --.:. old grids out of mischief on
\ '<>' Sa&1lrclayal&eraoollaf Patronage You Have Given Us For
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6 J" Starke, Florida 32091 2 WEEKS ONLY Gas or.Electric

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SnfwcripUon Rates: WHITE TUB - $55.00 $42.00

Do irrigateby IB trade area: IS." per HEATERSLAVORATORYVC .
you .
y..r; $1.73 six months. 19x17: WALL HUNG

and ? Outride trade area: W.Sfl $18.25 $14.00

drops gallons per year; $3.00 six month 32x21 WHITE 20 %

Scanty drops in one crop section and soggy STEEL SINK $20.00 $12.00
gallons in another?Plenty of water one week and SERVICE SCHEDULE
none the next because of other things on your mind? COMPETITIVE OFF
With electric irrigation can alwaysbe t1EDWARD BUrfc
pump you __ COMMODE .- .- -. $32.00 $26.00
sure your crops are evenly watered. Pirnttav Mam. 10 *.m.TftMday .

I You can cover specific sections that may need more Mac. Ode .....

t or less water...even set timers to turn your pumps on Mieaeteea Medal Nrrevflatvrfey Barrett Water Conditioning &
I arid off automatically. It's the electric 7/.m. Pump Co.

.. prescription for high level,high quality yields 9T. WILLIAM, KeyatoMHal .
j :' low cost too.See about it soon. liuSunday 24--; .OU SERVICE

, Just ask your equipment dealer. Ma""" 11:30: a.m.
WtlnWar Maw Neva.*.
T ..... 130 Court Street Phone 964-5832

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flOIWM_,.f.....c....... Sunday Mann, u Noon KATHERINE PEEK Secretary JOHNNY BARRETT, Owner

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-.%". %p.flrfvvww.vAW'.v.v->A'wuvHarold Effects Mrs. A.G. Frame Is In St. Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymourwere Shannon Harrington of Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. John Adams of I
Vincent's Hospital for obser- vacationing last week In ville is visiting her grandparent l.
Wafers Athens Ga spent the weekend vation and treatment. Wiiiiamsburg, Va. and Ash- Mr. and Mrs. C.N. Christie this
with Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams. vi!., N.C. week.
From Blighted Corn Bill Adams returned to Athens
... with them for several days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. V.V. Hazen were ;..-.--..-.-.-.-..-..-..-.-.-.-.-.--.-.-.-..-.-.-.-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-- I'I '
:I --,. vacationing In Highlands N.C.

..;: j I Despite loss from an estimated Southern$20 corn million leaf- Itic administered drugs and to antibiotics reduce the were possibility John Harold Andrews and Robert Furlong last week., of Their Valdosta grandson, Ga.Bill returned I i iIL
= Rosier left Tuesday for eight i .f..Pf 1tLft I
: 2 rsL blight In 34 northern counties. of Infections period. during the wMtkw, Natln Guard training at with them for a weeks !! !! f
J research at the experimental Fort visit. I I .
newly-completed Careful physical examinations Dix N.J. and then to Aberdeen : 11m..'. _COIIIITItnn.: .
y University of Florida gives no Md. for five months fur\ I .. .
..en. .JC .n cow.R era r
L after days of feeding revealed .
Indication that blight corn Is seven ther training. Mrs. W.R. Diggs Sr.and daughter. : :
: I I dangerous as a livestock feed. the animals were heal- Carol, spent last week In .
I : That's the word from Dr. Paul thy and vigorous Dr. Cardellhac Hickory Ridge, Ark. visiting her ..
:>> Cardellhac associate pharma said. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gffllng- father, Gordon Sullins and Mr. A.
cologist with the University's; There was no lameness or In- ham and family of Tampa are and Mrs. William Ralph Dlgga .
}rye' Sw Institute of Food and Agricultural Jury to the nervous system no visiting her parents. Mr. and Jr. and family. SS .
$ Sciences (OFAS). who Issued a Indication of kidney orurogenttal Mrs. Guy; Sale for a week. .
Xl preliminary report last week on damage no respiratory normallyIn Mrs. Paul Raymond and Miss
>> the effects of feeding blighted all animals, and no tissue Barry Smith was discharged Dorothy Alvarez visited Mr. and NEW ALL GLASS :
corn to calves over the past damage was noted. Although the Friday from 16 months duty; with Mrs. Ralph Alvarez In Boynton .
three weeks.It period of this trial was short the 10th Special Forces GroupIn Beach over the weekend.
bears out assurances made Dr. Cardehllhac said stunting, Fort Devlin, Mass. 10 GAL. AQUARIUM :
earlier this month by University a common sign of mold toxicity Mrs. Randal Chltty; and family ..
Provost for Agriculture Dr.E.T. was not observed In the animals. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren visited Mr. and Mrs. M.F.Chltty; =
York, Jr. at a ores conference of Waycross, Ga. spent the week- In Lakeland, Ga. Saturday night Never Before :
I I that grain produced from diseased end with Mrs. J.S. Sapp and and Sunday. .. .
? plants unsatisfactory LOCrU BRIFfx- family.Mr. 5 Year Guarantee on Defects in Material or :
r 4 In any way for feeding or sale. Attending a family reunion at : Workmanship .
"Based on preliminary feeding and Mrs. T.H. Slade and the home of Mr. and Mrs. S.W.
:: : trials and careful toxicological Mr. end Mrs. Charles Sawyer Halsten Sunday were R.C. Bag- : While They JT 98 :
.:=:: ........ ::. studies, It Is believed that corn Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Hardee of attended the Florida Gas Association well and daughter Bobbie, of Last This fT f | :
:-: : damaged by Southern leaf blightIn Tampa were weekend guests of meeting In Jackson- Denver Colo., Mr. and Mrs. : -- each
the current Instance was not Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Turner. ville Thursday to Saturday where Eugene Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. : Week Only -. For :
,. -. :.. harmful to calves. Although this Mr. Sawyer was elected presidentof Ezra Bagwell Mr. andMrs. .
: -.
: 'I' / .... genus of fungus will produce Mrs. H.M. Richarde visited the Assoclalon.Mr. Donnie Bagwell, Mr. and Mrs.
.::;:: ; :: toxins found to be toxic to mam- and Mr. and : :
.:.: 'r.m :. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle H. Buck In Johnny Johnson ALSO
Kit -: know of documented and Mrs. Will Slade and
# mals we do not any Palatka on Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. Donald Bagwell and famil _
:.. 0"V, /. ., field cases of forage family of Baxley, Ga. were ies.
.::. : ':/ ; I r .riJlJ 0 ;:;:' poisoning caused by this fungus." O.L. Beasley and Mrs. Wednesday visitors of Mrs. W.S. : GOLD FISH i
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'.' ,.,. :-: Dr. Cardellhac stated. J.W. KIncaid were guests of Mr. Slade. Mr and Mrs. R.A. Brannon 9c '\ '" .
:::: ',.1. //. :'.:' He added "We have had no and Mrs. C.C. Hoppe at the were visiting their soninlawand \\ .
;I I \ 0/.1 cases of animals poisoned by Frontenac Motel at Lido Beach Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Richardson daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bob : While They Last each :
;; ,;'l /% :r"I > L{ presentedto last at Cedar
PA. corn spent Thursday S.C. last
..g::; .//1 f/ljl' \\' t :,/' .:::. blight-damaged the Veterinary Science Depart- last week. Keys. Salle week. in Lancaster L.......................................*S
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/ ; Z- \' ': l'I ttylWi; : ; ', 1 gnostic had any Laboratory reported cases ot animals ,

=::: .: ; ',' :::: poisoned by blightdamagedcorn. t ,
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'::: .1"1' ') '. :: Our trials with
:; : : ;: :: blight-damaged corn reported t ,

!I Commissioner. I i here organ do system not is indicate affected that and any the t 1 I II

For County retard damaged growth corn did of the not animals.appear to" t \ ,

: j1 When asked about what causedthe t : I II
District 4 death of 27 cattle In Columbia
county; and the ensuing worries by t I It

|1; Harold Waters stands for and #j# corn cattlemen Dr. Cardeilhac over using said blighted It was t I It
probably the result of secondary ,
; wants, good government for Bradford parasitic mold growing on corn. t
;; "Once field corn Is harvested, .
there's the possibility that other
rti parasitic fungi may attack the ,

I l 1 Harold Waters has always been 1 1 and crop,humid especially weather during, producing our warm u\\d" X111 ,a ,\\1.

1 fair and honest. Ask anyone who ::1' toxins which cause diseases In ,
:::: ::;: the animals.After talking some
;::: knows him.Harold :::: of the people Involved, I believe : : .

i 1 1!! bligfTt--secondary may molds--have caused not the these leaf I 1 1I
Waters will serve all of problems." I
!1 ;j Corn used in the 7-day feeding I
Bradford County.
studies came from the Univer-
sity's Beef Research Unit near
Gainesville, and was designated! FIRST COME !
11 1111j
Harold Waters wants our tax money I 1 as having "heavy blight damage"by
wisely do. Dr. T. Kucharek, as IFAS '''1$
spent as you 1 plant pathologist. ,,

1 j111 Harold Waters asks for the chance ; [ on Before the feeding the animals tests, antl-paras-were put I rJ: At Factory FIRST SAVE 3N jy9 !I

:1 to serve' you "and/tprove/: ,to you thekind *. SCHOOL GYM .
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].c SUITS AVAILABLEAll $ InvoiceWhile Fq I
::' of person he IS. :::: ( .
I girls in grades 6-10 at Last
:'!: Bradford Middle School or Brad- I They 4
Give Harold Waters that chance.
ford High may purchase gym
,i ::: Support him these next two weeks, 11 1 suits cation required beginning for physical Monday edu-Aug. I Beat The 1971 sI

::1 and most important give him your 11j g} 31.The
suits purchased for
vote on Sept. 8. ; $6 each from may Mrs. Vicki McKInney -
1 BUS physical education Instructor I
Price Increase
IIII Let All/ Things Be Done 1I IIII r may, at also the BHS purchase gym. gym Students NEVT19701FORD S pAtiI s

1;i Decently And In Order 1; school.suits during the first week of 6% or More --- Reduced $ Cdu TGy
The suits are the same type as PICK-UPS AND

:: ........ fPd. Pot Adv.l't'M'I'X'I'M'MjM'r'I'M'K'IjI'M'M'I'M :: last year, but the price has I Warranties on 797's? I II
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get last year.
done on the basis of personalities others" appeal. City Spending The council also-face other
Rally and qualifications rather than Grid JamboreeSet additional costs such. 12,000-
Issues. Since there Is no Incumbent The five Democrat candidateswho One) having city taxes col.
(Continued from.Pace One) In this race the candidateshave will be heard In the hustings Sept. 4 (Continued from Ji'laCe looted by the county" tax collector .
no record to attack and are Gilbert (Glb)Brown,M.... the to comply with a new
free-for-all since all candidates their speeches at rallies are Margie fowling J. Maurice Edwards ; several years In preparing state law. The council agreed
have a strong personal following likely to be pitched on the "I Jr., Charles Hardy, and 1970-71 Football action will begin new budget committee Thursday to offer the tax assessor -
I; and so far die politicking! has been can do a better Job than the Randy Johns. next Friday, Sept 4, when In the Is(meantime to meet a with city Chief and collector one per
I '_ Bradford High grldders compete to establish a policy on ..nt. for their services In. a
I. elect The Democratic primary winner In the third anoMl Gainesville Fuqua sick leave pay. Until that Is counter, after.
will face Incumbent Inman High School Football Jam- done, Mayor Carl HurBt, the In addition there Is the matter
MARODEDOWLING Green, who was appointed by ,PI7.ffiO 00Pflp ., wBfdOFtitd boree. budget cannot be esti of cost-of living pay raises
Gov. Claude Kirk to nil the COUNTY i II6RDUfR$ a As In the past two years BHS ply for .city employees. Employeesare .1
unexpired term and who does STIR fUHUM 'fir will play quarter each with It appears' that almost every pressing for a pay hike and
not have opposition for the Republican Palate and Ocala. Four teams agency Is going to ask an Increase It could amount to a substantial
C nomination. will participate In the Jamboree, next year. The Recrea-, sum. The council asked depart.
SPONSORED 5V THE 4JJOJW3miasis4 making a total of eight quarters. tion Department, for Instance ment heads to omit pay raisesIn
Another School Board contest '. r of football for fans to see. wants $14,000 Increase to$44- preparing budget requests,
will see H.W. (Buster) Bennett tmwau The Jamboree" Is tentatively 000. The library Is asking a stating the council: will study
-- r YOUR District 1 incumbent, opposed by scheduled to begin at 7 pjn. at $5.000 Increase Both departments that aspect separately.
\-. Johnnie Blaine Thompson and Citizens Field In Gainesville. say the Increases are the
4 :" Arthur R. Gasktns. All reside same as the ones they didn't

;, Clerk of Circuit Court In currently the Lawtey completing district.his BennettIs first ae.-.4 ............>...*....N< .N.....NNNNN..-t

Experienced Businesswoman Life. term on the board. i

long Democrat. Vote ForGEORGE i
Another race that Is likely to i

Widow with 5 children. She has served her community generate an Incumbent little Is fireworks not Involved since, .lathe Signs like this will advertise 4hH TMleo.

in many Civic Programs, and served you contest for the District 4 W.ROBERTS i I
well. Fairly and Courteously in her Produce County; Commission seat being s .
Market. vacated by veteran Commissioner Labor Day Rodeo
Jessie R. Chastain. Seeking -
Help Margie fowling to her first job in the the nomination for this post I
courthouse. She will be there helping you when. are Eddie Allen, a candidate In Jr.For
1966, Evan W. Hodges Jr., and Set By 4-H ClubsA .
e\er you want her. Harold E. Waters. ,

a. N NNNN N NNBEASLEY Contestants are asked to call 'S
"Little Britches Rodeo' Is 4-H Program Chairman Debbie
;; set on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. Mowry at Hampton, the AgrI-
is BEST for You \ 7. starting at 2 p.m. at the culture Building In Starke, San-
Bradford Fairgrounds, spons- dra Mlllkln at Keystone Heights County CommissionerDistrict
ored by local 4-H Clubs. before Sunday, Sept. 6, to sign
The rodeo will be staged at up. Unless full, rodeo books will
WE NEED to ,
bring good, com ,
k" 2 p.m. on Labor Day, rain or be open until 1 p.m. the day of No. 2 I It
mon horse sense to our legislative oak shine says 4-H President Mike the event. Contestants may see
process.LEGISLATION n Reed. Vickie Sue Anderson at the rodeoto
Events will Include bronco rid- sign up.
should be positive Ing, bull riding, calf roping, pole Experience, Business and Educational i
in concept. We should bending, steer decorating, buddy MADISON STREET
not be governed by laws that y pick-up, clover leaf competition BAPTIST CHURCHOPPORTUNITIES : Background To Serve You Beat. :
come about by default. w'l I girls goat tying; and a girls
greased pig scramble.The FOR SERVICE !

FLORIDA TAXPAYERS are entitled F,} from six show to is 19 open to old.youths En- Ji EXPERIENCE-One Term on Bradford County Commission. One
years !
to full-time representation Sunday, August 30:
Year Chairman.
tries are limited to the first as
If they are going to be ,5' 9:45 a.m. -Sunday School
10 applications In all but the
.1 .. 11:00: Morning Worship : BUSINESS of Harold C. :
stuck for full-time pay. ) rr"s girls boat tying; and greased pig a.m. EXPERIENCE Manager$ and part owner
'. scramble where 20 entries will 6:15 p.m. Training Union : Wall Insurance Agency.: Wife and I owner and operators of Nancy's :
;J: 7:15 WMU Prayer Circle
: be accepted. : Flowers. .
7:30 pan. Evening Worship
IN TOUCH with the people, ,
t Co know what the people '' r,;,; Fi Starke Liona 7:00 Monday p.m. -Youth Choir Practice ; Born and raised in Bradford Countv. Graduate of Bradford High School
i want and need. I propose to ; Wednesday ij Graduate of University of Florida with Degree in Business Admin. jl
spend at least one day each See Film At 5:45 p.m.Junior Choir Practice istration.
month in each county-seat in p .. >y{' Supper MeetingMembers 6:30 p.m.-RA's GA's,Sunbeams, i
the district, to know first 7:30p.m. Prayer Meeting INTERESTED IN THE ENTIRE COUNTY I
hand at all times how I can of the Starke Lions tice 8:30 p.m. Church .Choir Prac- !
be: of service.
) greatest
Club and their wives enjoyed a Denton Sumrall Pastor

:' I PLEDGE you my TOTAL EFFORT film Blind""Leader shown by Dogs Merritt for The Ely Church.Madison Street Baptist Your Vote and Support Appreciated !

toward the best interests + at regular meeting on Thurs- ..............................................................;
of the people of this day, Aug. 13, at 7:30 ,,
p.m. --- ---- -------------
&lstllct.j President Inman Green openedthe
meeting with the Flag Salute
j BEASLEY will be your AVAILABLE and Invocation was brought by .
(ALWAYS' Represen- Maxie Carter.A ;
tative. covered dish supper feat- ounC1ng
: uring ham prepared by Mrs.Mer-
THIS OFFICE is a public trust. ritt Ely was served to the Lions inn
I will keep the faith with and their 'guests who Included ( A New Plumbing Department
Harrell Durant and Tom San-
2 i those who permit me to serve. ders of Leesburg S.C.

Mrs. A.H. Harley Jr. was a FOR
ON SEPT. 8 VOTE FOR special guest and received <
letter of commendation and a ,

i M. L. [Les] BEASLEY pin the late from services Lonnle Lions Harley of her International,husband Jr., a ,past the for, Barrett Water Conditioning & Pump Co.WE .

president of the Starke club.

I For The HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 16th DISTRICT the Appreciation Starke-Bradford was expressed County to; ARE NOW FULLY LICENSED PLUMBERS AND CARRY A

Chamber of Commerce for the
(Pol. Adv. Paid for by M. L. (Lea) Beasley)
.....N.NNNNN.... .......NNNNh generous screen for loan this of occasion.a projector and FULL SUPPLY OF PLUMBING: FIXTURES AND SUPPLIESTo

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'' zi.w ,'',!f. If the colleges, are closed
','toI'' -, this fall eonlda't we at least
IS : :" "' ..t .;,..:.', open the stadiums to keep the Show Our Appreciation For The Fine
J t' :' ::: : old grids out of mischief on '
) : .: .. Saturday afternoons Patronage You Have Given Us --- For Two
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market Florida811Merlptlon 5 FT. STEEL REG. PRICE SALE WATER

Rates: WHITE TUB - $55.00

you irrigate !. trade. area: IS.Ot per $42.00BEATERS .
ysar'i': M.7S six month 19x17 WALL HUNGLAVORATORYVC

by drops and gallons? Outtide trade area: 85,50per $18.25 $14.00
year; S3.00 six months
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Scanty drops in one crop section and soggy STEEL SINK $20.00 $12.00
gallons in another?Plenty of water one week,and SERVICE SCHEDULE

I-' none the next because of other things on your mind? CATHOLIC Churches) COMPETITIVE OFF

With electric pump irrigation you can always grDWARD'E' : Suits
COMMODE - $32.00 $26.00
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I" You specific sections that need
5 can cover may more
Mils. t:1I .
J S or less water..even set timers to turn your pumps on Medal Nrrevtartar. BUB.Mleaodava Barrett Water
Conditioning &
artd off automatically.the electric '. 7 p.m. Pump Co.24TOUR .

; prescription for high level,high quality yields ST. WILLIAM
4 low cost too See about it soon. SERVICE

Just ask your equipment dealer. Sunday Ma* *:jo a.m.
Wetneeday Maaa Neva**.
"t.UNMM T P.m. 130 Court Street Phone 9645832KATHERINE
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.J. MARY* Macobaayt.
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\ 1} No Harmful Effects Mr. and Mrs. John Adams oi> Mrs. A.G. Frame Is In St. Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymour Shannon Harrington of Jackson,
,$ Watersi Athens Ce. spent the weekend I t Vincent's Hospital for obser- were vacationing last week In ville Is visiting her grandparents.
with Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams. vation and treatment. Wililamsburg Va. and Ash- Mr. and Mrs. C.N. Christie this
From Blighted Corn Bill Adams returned to Athens vine. NC week.

#' with them for several days visit vacationing Mr. and Mrs.In V.V.Highlands Hazen were N.C. r.........................................
;y :.::! Despite an estimated$20 mil Itic drugs and antibiotic were
#S: I 1 1I John Harold last week. Their grandson. Bill "
Andrews Robert
'lion loss from Southern leaf administered to reduce the possibility and
In 34 northern Infections during the Rosier leltTuesdayforelght: Furlong, of Valdosta, Ga. returned STARKE/BPf/jfCH8Tty
blight! counties ; of .
with f
I I WMC National'Guard training a4 them for a weeks
newly-completed> research at the experimental period. visit.
; Careful physical examinations Fort Dix N.J. and then to Aberdeen emiwT...e.. Arnomirapf41,,
University; of no Md. for five months further e. oio covirm&Afe
I Indication that blight corn Is after seven days of feeding revealed training. Mrs. W.R. DlggsSr.and daughter <> J<*nuiiit-rntnr. ooujn.gmti- ,
livestock feed.That's the animals were healthy Carol, :
I dangerous as a spent last week In .
>> the word from Dr. Paul and vigorous Dr. Car ellhac Hickory Ridge. Ark. visiting her .. .
Cardeilhac associate pharma said. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gllllng- father Gordon Sullins and Mr. .
{S cologist with the University's; There was no lameness or,InJury ham and family of Tampa are and Mrs. William Ralph DiggsJr. lI..
y .: Institute of Food and Agricultural to the nervous system no visiting her parents Mr. and and family .. .
Sciences OFAS). who Issued a Indication of kidney orurogential Mrs. Guy Sale for a week. ..
"8 f. preliminary report last week on damage, no respiratory normally Mrs. Paul Raymond and Miss
the effects of feeding blighted In all animals and no tissue Barry Smith was discharged Dorothy Alvarez visited Mr and : NEW ALL GLASS :
try corn to calves over the past damage was noted Although the Friday from IS months duty; with Mrs. Ralph Alvarez In Boynton
I II three weeks.It period of this trial was short the 10th Special Forces Group Beach over the weekend.
bears out assurances made Dr. Cardehllhac said stunting In Fort Devlin, Mass. j: 10 GAL AQUARIUM s':
earlier this month by University; a common sign of mold toxlclty;
Mrs. Randal Chitty and family
observed In the animals
Provost for Agriculture Dr.E.T.York Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren .
visited Mr. and Mrs. MF Chltty;
,: ,, ,, .at Jr. at a Dress conference of Waycross Ga. spenttheweekend In Lakeland, Ga. Saturday night : Never Before :
{ t that grain produced from diseased with Mrs. JS Sapp and and Sunday.
I y I 2 plants Is unsatisfactory 1 \ family.Mr. : 5 Year Guarantee on Defects In Material or :
l for feeding or sale. BlIr
j i In any way Attending a family reunion at : Workmanship .
S : "Based on preliminary feeding and Mrs. T.H. Slade and the home of Mr. and Mrs SW .
:: -!:.4 ;::. trials and careful toxicological Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer Halsten Sunday were R.C. Bag While They # S* 98
studies It Is believed that corn Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Hardee of attended the Florida Gas As- well and daughter. Bobble of lT :
I.. I I damaged by Southern leaf blightIn Tampa were weekend guests of soclation meeting In Jackson- Denver Colo., Mr. and Mrs. : Last -- 11118 each :
.1 the current Instance was notharmf'U1 Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Turner. ville Thursday to Saturday where Eugene Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Week
.. Only
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:$ to calves. Although this
". _' : Mr. Sawyer was elected president Ezra Mr. andMrs. :
.:::..::': ""J.If...'. -t;;::...... ..':..1. ;::::); genus of fungus will produce Mrs. H.M. Richard visited of the Assoctalon. Donnie Bagwell, Mr. and Mrs. .
.:::. ",'4 ....." /n'J{.: toxins found to be toxic to mammals Mr. and Mrs. Lyle H. Buck In Johnny Johnson, and Mr. and : ALSO :
: }: J."? \' y ;.;;, we do not know of any documented Palatka on Saturday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Will Slade and Mrs. Donald Bagwell and families .
;:;: t 4. :::;.' field cases of forage family of Baxley Ga. were .
i::; ;/..)o'> /. ; : 0 011.1 ;. poisoning caused by this fungus." O.L. Beasley and Mrs. Wednesday visitors of Mrs. W.S. i GOLD FISH ,: !
r '' Dr. Cardeilhac stated ,
;:: I; / ::: have had JW Klncald were guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Brannon QC .. .
/1/ He "We
added no
: : ',' -jfj; :: and Mrs. C.C. Hoppe at the were visiting their soninlawand \\ .
:1.0r./ / 011, : cases of animals poisoned by Frontenac Motel at Lido Beach Mr. and Mrs. WR Richardson daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Bob i While They Last
::1. % 1'/// r: blight-damaged corn presentedto last week. spent last Thursday at Cedar Sane In Lancaster S.C. last eachInvoice Z
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; ; ,. blight-damaged com reported I I
; here do not Indicate that any
I I} For Commissioner. I organ system Is affected and the I
retard damaged growth corn did of the not animals.appear to" 1)) Ie t

: :: When asked about what causedthe .
'i{ District 4 i death of 27 cattle In Columbia .
: county; and the ensuing worries by e I
cattlemen over using blighted
1 1 y Harold Waters stands for and 11 corn. Dr. Cardeilhac said It was ( .
probably the result of secondary 1 r1 Y +
ti wants, good government for Bradford 1 t t
.. parasitic mold growing on com. ,,, '
:: County. + "Once field corn Is harvested I < N a ,
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;:: there's the possibility; that other ? t
parasitic fungi attack the I ?,a
may w' I
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Harold Waters has always beenfair II: crop especially during! our warm I ,a1 nl 1 1' a 1
.. I and humid weather producing ; t
11; and honest. Ask anyone W h.;;;1 toxins which cause diseases >In I .J a a 1 ,,p ew uI
:::: the animals After talking to some 'P't 1, ,, I
.'.: knows him. II:;>:: of the people Involved, I believe I ;
secondary molds-- not the leaf I

I'ft!11: Harold Waters will serve all of 1 I 1 1t bligfit problems.may" have caused these I ,, t

Bradford County. Corn used In the 7-day reeding I 'I.
studies came from the Univer

1111 sity's Gainesville Beef, Research and was designated Unit near FIRST COME
Harold Waters !
our tax money i as having "heavy bllghtdamage"by !

a'' iiil spent wisely, as you do. 1111 1111i plant Dr.pathologist.T,] Kucharek as IFAS MUS1' p-os I Ii

Before the animals were put I .aE'M ,
i 1 Harold Waters asks for the chanceto 1 1i on the feeding tests, anti-paras- I 5 ft. At Factory FIRST I SAVE H JW 'I

j[ << serve you:and,:prove ,to ,you thekind SCHOOL GYM 1.. Going '. 1 ,0 II I
,f of person he is.: 11 .... ('DEALERS PLEASE) lea 1 t I
girls In grades 6-10 at
::: Bradford Middle School or Bradford I Last s
Give Harold Waters that chance. i
:::: Support him these next two weeks, I 1'' cation suits High required beginning may for purchase physical Monday 1 Beat The 1971 c s

1 j and most important give him your
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.. suits may be purchased for
::;: vote on Sept, 8. ;:;: $8 each from Mrs. Vicki McKInney -

1 11 Let All// Things Be Done I I I dents BUS may, physical at also the BUS purchase education gym. gym Stu-Instructor HEVT19701FORD Price 1 Increase SEppMSI

I suits during the first week of Ry
jj Decently And In Order 111 school. 6% or More Reduced CdUH
The suits are the same type as I S
:S: ...... .. rPd Pol Adv :;:: last year but the price has PICK-UPS AI ND
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ney says. I first Come First Serve U R W pGOH, SQ

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Fltzhugh Lee Waters, 72, Of

1 Small Mistakes Cause Big Capt. Spears Service Held Collision Car And Truck Damage on Blacksbear 301 and Ga.attempting traveling to north cease

'1 For Mr. DahlmanOf another car, pulled Into the left
1I I Accidents Around The Farm Now HeadingFHP Totals $10,000 lane In front of a trailer-truck

i v \. HamptonEdward driven by Ernest Willie KlrkJr.,
,'* banks and hidden rocks and that are clearly visible during Troop B ii- Property; damage elated at 22, ofWUUstoo.
".1'' Long hours spent on farm stumps, he advises. And avoid daylight hours as well as dark- Franklin ahLnan, 95, and minor Wuries to Both vehicles traveled 17?feet 7 ,
machinery during the summer climbing steep banks. Always ness and be sure that machineryhas Lieutenant B.H.. "Hemp" of "Hampton died Wednesday Passengers resulted from a after the collision and*came to
and fall months greatly Increase hitch loads to the drawbar,neverto proper lights after dusk. Spears has been promoted to Aug. 19, In a, Starke hospital truck-auto collision Monday ret with the semi-trailer on!
the!possibility; of disabling accidents the tractor axle. Know what "And be sure to give proper signals captain and designated the commander after a brief ill esq He mm morning on U.S. 301, 2.8 miles top of the'rear of the passenger
says Ray Fettle Agricultural to expect from your equipment. and obey all traffic laws," of Troop "B", consisting born In Fairfleld, Iowa on Aug. 800m of..UlI"A"_...... car.-
engineer; Florida Cooperative A tractor pulling a heavy load says Pettis. of 11 North Florida counties 30, 1874. was a retired Insurance
Extension Service. may handle quite differently than Never operate machinery when Including Bradford, headquarters agent, and a member of the Hampton Vote For and Re.Elect
Most accidents are the result the same tractor without a load. ;you are extremely tired,worriedor In Lake City; according to First Baptist Church.
of' small mistakes. Small mis About one-third of all fatal in a hurry. This Is when most the Florida Highway PatroL "BUSTER" BENNETT
takes that turn to tragedy. These tractor accidents occur on highways accidents occur. Keep children Capt. Spears was stationed in Surviving are three daughters. H. W
Include too much speed; a slight If you operate a tractoron away from farm machinery, and Bradford County; four years as Mrs. Hazel Salter of Hampton;
error In Judgement; a lost or the highway drive in your never allow extra riders. the commander of the Starke Mrs. Mary Wllmoth. SalIna 3 Years Experience
broken shield; an Improperly ad- lane. Pull completely off the If you are working alone, arrange FHP station when he was a ser Calif.; and Mrs. Ruth Samply "
Justed hitch. highway and stop periodicallyto for someone to check with geant. In April, 1968 he was Tucson. Arii.; and one stepson SCHOOL BOARD' MEMBER
When operating machinery In let traffic pass. Use SMV you frequently. Many farm accidents promoted to lieutenant transferred Maurice Alexander Mbdesta,
the. field, watch for open ditch: slow moving vehicle) emblems happen In back fields to Lake City.; He has since Rev. DavisAsks Calif. District 1 County at Large
where a loan operator may be served as district U uCenant. of School
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pinned In or under a machine Capt. Spears succeeds the retiring No. 5 Funeral serviees were held at Believes l In continual: upgrading:
10 In Jones Memorial
for hours before he is found.Many Capt. G.E. Jordan, a vet- Chapel a.m. with Friday Rev. Melvin Hamel Married with two children
Re Elect of these accidents would be less eran of 24 of FHP
years service City SeatRev. officiating. Interment w&sln Valhalla School Trustee District 1
serious If help were available as commander of Troop Cemetery, Jefferson County
Immediately following the acci- B. Capt. Jordan will be an executive : ; Alabama, at 2 pjn.Saturday. Graduate of B.H.S Mentor of P.T.A.
dent. Davis
Leroy 42,
with Commercial Carrier pastorof
DeWltt C. Jones Funeral Home
Truck Lines of Auburndalefefter churches In Starke and Keystone
was In charge of arrangements.
NORMANCounty his retirement Heights and employed as
A schoolteacher surplus is a truck driver, qualified Aug. ---- I
reported nationally. Students Capt. Spears Is a 17 year vet- 19 as a candidate for the Croup
can't get jobs in the summer eran of the highway patrol, hav- 5 seat on the Starke City; Council.
I and teacher can't get jobs ing first been employed as a WAYNE fn
in the winter. trooper in November 1962.
Rev. Davis Is pastor of Eben-
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coin City; and of the Pleasant
tf '. Grove Baptist Church in Keystone HOLLINGSWORTHA
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+ $- Commissioner ::1;: r : 1; Heights. He Is employed

nrs :1 d. To TheCitizens {4 as a truck driver for Sun City;
District 2County.At.LarJe .I Ii .' > Dairy Products out of the branch
: office In Keystone Heights. ''
He moved to Starke from Put- MAN WITH NO
+?.h' k I IS ago. He was born In Grandin and
,j 1 fi:::: j. r' raised in Putnam County; and Is :
'r ;
Experienced ::: trn_ ./... Of a member of Masonic Lodge No. POLITICALOBLIGAUONS
9 >::>: 201 In Edgar and Is vice moderator :
of the Mount Slant Association
Young : -..
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auxiliary to the General
I ,rF 9 Bradford Baptist Convention.

Qualified I::: I I "I wish to express my concern

'* Impartial for our community.; I feel the
. w.1 City; of Starke Is making progress y
I ,' ti but there is need for R
r \ Reliable ....
Improvement and I am sure WILL'REPRESENT
A dl4 WHO I
F I l' [i i that we all are InterestedIn
Improvement, therefore as i
' F Taxes Taxes Taxes .: "L.. .:.: concerned citizen I am asking '
f the support of the citizens of I
I : ; The only promise I truly this great city; when you go to :
Where is the High Taxes GoingTo : can make the polls to vote, vote for. a ALL OFDistrict

Stop rj:'; to the people of this county is i. concerned citizen," Davis asks. ,

;1j[ will take what little we have left and "I,will if elected work with,, for the the councilmen total- :

REPRINT FROM REPRINT FROM: rr 1j do the best we can with it. { welfare of all the people." 17

BRADFORD COUNTY It's A Gold SeasonGold
i VOTE FOR r '
r ,folding the line on taxes the By THORNTON: HARTLEY
Make Your Voice For District
City County ,
,Bradford County Commission Staff Writer ,
ending a series of scheduled I Cj )
TRENTON The tax: rate H. A.
budget meetings Adopt- in Gilchrist County will jumr And State Affairs One Of Integrity

$t,'e. d the-.oa1tnced budget. 110more than 4 mills according! {
tion to adopt came from to a tentative budget ap-
}|? FOR
I piovcd by the County Com- 8i
Buck Norman. Gold Is everywhere thisSummer.
mission I I If being used to enhance Hollingsworth
plain and fancy outfit,
Re-Elect A man who is Against | School Board Member on For chain the, personal belts and touch pins. at

High Taxes |:j IN DISTRICT 2 f?j; :;:)f pins tention are-getting definitely monogrammed"IN". This ( YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
one for Instance, Is exquisitely ( >

Your Vote and Suoport AvoreciatedAd. \ THANK YOU |1j designed 18K gold plate'.carefully.and show polished off (AID POCITICAI.ADVS.rVntS.MS.NT) (DIM)

three Initial
making it a great
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Now Is The Time !aae\ts:I New Release Law Felt I, i iP

f :::: Bv Inmates Out Earlv
Vote For
Jim Backus invitesyou
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A mandatory conditional. of sentence doesn't sit too well
lease law for state prison Inmates at first, commented Angus T. _
Julian E. enacted In July 1967 by McDowell, parole supervisor.
the Florida Legislature, is only The program includes inter- .
this year being felt. views with the prisoner. Job con _
C The statute made state pri- tacts and readjusting to society.; to SAVE on the
c M RAE soners whose terms were enuresened of much more benefit than the
4 'j I by more than 180 days "suit of clothes and$25"handed
time off for good behaviour, or to a released prisoner who has
"gain time" responsible to the served his full sentence.
; parole commission up to their Starke's office of the probationand
School Board I original sentence. parole commission, headed only Reclina-Rocker
Because prisoners receive five by Supervisor James Bloodworth, ,
days per month of "gain time", has the interviews and personal
MEMBER 1>* it would take three years to accumulate inside the prison contact work
v': the 180 days or more that the other 41 offices don't,
District No. 2 ; this way. Additional time off for because of its locadonhere closeto
i s good behavior Is awarded prisoners prison facilities at Lake Butler 73It
through varying circum and Ralford.
i Daniel McRae was one of the pioneer stances. This year, then Is the Job opportunities and environ-
first to show a large number of mental conditions are investi-
settlers of Bradford County. Now his prison releases through the pro- gated for persona leaving the
gram. prison, on parole, and under the
great grandson asks the voters to give So far this year, 450 have been conditional release program,anda
him the Privilege] of released from under the Man- check kept on each man until
making some : datory Conditional Release Pro- his full sentence time is up. LA-Z-BOY SALE
i small contribution to Bradford County gram--not all of them happy with Anthony Protho is the third
I the prospect of supervision by supervisor in the probation and
r by'serving on the School Board. the parole board. Feeling they parole commission office, located -
i :, >': have "served their time" the on the second floor of
(Pd. Poi. Adv.) Idea of further restrictions ontheir Bradford County Courthouse.
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Reprint from Bradford
CHARLES County TelegraphSpeedy


f.. HARDY Counting

Bradford WM tint In a
16-county Northeast Tlptl-'
R for cia area to report complete
election returns In the Goth -
ernor's. race Tuesday: night. H
CLERK OF CIRCUIT I I COURT This Information was k. t.
given to a Telegraph reporter
In the preen of
phoning; returns to CPI
[United Preu InternaUon.
all In Jacksonville.
Polls closed at 7 p. m. Yh W[y it 'yl, e) 'e hd b4 d )
: fi y
lP a f
and the Governor's count .N
wa completed In the coun
ty's 17 precincts at 1:0"
This Is a far cry front several -
/ ;years ago when the <
1. IT North Starke- precinct had f +

-- CIVIC LEADER 2.500 .,voter using*. the and old tally pallworker. :t; rh4 e

system sometimes counted Suggested Retail < } ; 3
r+r" EXPERIENCED votes through the night and' "
Into Wednesday morning- $231.00 to $244.00
With the new, smaller
; preclnefci. and the new system ""
Sale Price $169.00 ---r-
of "sort and count" In.
tead of tallying, the
[ counting process has been .
cut to a fraction of Its ji'', ''
former time. Bradford'. en- Chairs on sale are covered in
tire vote was reported in by
Read his record and decide who 10:30: Tuesday night and DUPONT

. .".i ...f' >.. "U, .1 I .. '. .< .' could..... II.have been done soonr -'
.' is best qualified'i "to' serve fl.. phoned In their precincts returmfVas l had a I "Mark of Quality"
'If. 3 Instructed Election Manager -
.. .

rFiADJTY-JR:\;:;::: :: ;::o; ::: SCHOOLSServed --- HARDY HIMSELF & WIFE -, _$ La-Z-Boy most famous Reclina-Rocker'reclining,chair can be of them yours all at,

unbelievable savings! Put real living in your
you as your School Finance officer I Born June 13, 1918 in Jacksonville, Mar- A f living room today! Regardless of how much
during the terms of the late Dr. W. E. Midried 1940 to Juanita McGauley, daughter of \ more you might pay elsewhere, there
dleton, Hon. Arthur R. McRae & Hon. Harmon the late Rev. G. E. McGauley, Baptist Mini- just isn't a more comfortable chair! The
P. Morgan ster & former Moderator of the New River La-Z-Boy" Reclina-Rocker' of your choice

Baptist Association. Principal and teacher .. ,, will be a beautiful and gracious addition to
in this county for many years. ": your home and will enhance your favorite

setting There are many glamorous styles
# awaiting your selection, COVERED IN DU
PONT "Mar.... 'of f Quality" NYLON. See us
today and save on the only Reclina-Rocker'.
''l Assisted in the creation and development of CHARLES HARDY HIS CHILDREN Save now!
the Bradford County Veterans Institute, and Style 833
; was Its Business Administrator for 3 years. CHARLENE (Mrs. Charles E. Francis) Finan- Suggested Retail $183.00 to $203.00
': cia Secretary, Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center -
and pianist, First Baptist Church. Sale Price $159.00

CHASE Operations Analyst, Data Processing
Center, Alachua County Board of County Commissioners -
Force Bolling Air Force Base ashington.

Served you as Chairman, Board of Trustees DONALD, Santa Fe Junior College. CAROL,
Bradford County Hospital during Its conBradford High School.
struction and first years of operation
Your hospital achieved full accreditation

after only two years of operation, a feat
never before.accomplished by any new hos-
HOSPITAL e tf tN KvBy fi'"i
STORY was the subject of the
cover feature article in the Southern HosMember of the First Baptist Church of
pitals Magazine. Starke, Deacon, and member of the Board of cjr
Trustees. Have served as Treasurer of the
church since 1961. Member of the Missions
. J Committee who was Instrumental in the cre-
,.: ation and construction of the Morgan Road

1956, devised, developed and Institutedthe ,
present system of counting your ballots.A .
system that is errorproof, foolproof, and
fast, fast, fast. This system has been used CHARLES HARDY BUSINESS
in all County and City elections since Its Style 883 Style 829
development. Formerly associated in business with my two

brothers Douglas P. Hardy, and James Eldon Suggested Retail $225.00 to $234.00 Suggested Retail $215.00 to $228.00
Hardy, doing business as Hardy Brothers

Motor Company. Sale Price $169.00 Sale Price $169.00


1963, the almost Impossible task of redistricting -
Bradford County was undertaken CHARLES HARDY VETERAN
and accomplished for the Board of County
Commissioners and the Board of Public InFormer member of the U. S. Marine Corps during -
struction. This re-districting gave your World War II and the Florida National
county and equalized distribution of the Guard. Honorably discharged from both ser- .

population, for better representation and vtces.

Improved elections.

(Pd. Pol. Adv.

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The accident occurod l when
Fitzhugh Lee Waters 72, of
Mistakes Cause Big Capt. Spears Services Held Car And Truck Blackshear. Ga. traveling north
Damage on 301 and attempting to pass
Now For Mr. DahlmanOf Collision another car pulled Into the left
Accidents Around The Farm HeadingFHP Totals $10,000 lane In front of a trailer-truck
HamptonEdward Ernest Willie Kirk
driven by Jr
.If.* banks and hidden rocks and that are clearly visible during Troop B Property damage esUmaled at 22. or Williston.
Long hours spent on farm stumps he advises. And avoid daylight hours as well as dark- Franklin >'ab1man. 95, $10,000 and minor J injuries to Both vehicles traveled 177 feet
machinery during the summer climbing: steep banks. Always ness and be sure that machineryhas Lieutenant B.H."Hemp" of 'Hampton, died Wednesday resulted from atruckauto after the collision and*came to y
and fall months greatly Increase hitch loads to the drawbar neverto proper lights after dusk. Spears has been promoted to 5J. Aug. 19. In ,a Starke hospital Passengers collision Monday rest with the semi-trailer on!
possibility{ of disabling accidents the tractor axle. Know what "And be sure to give proper signals captain and designated the com- after a brief Illnessi He was morning on U.S. 301, 2.8 miles top of the'rear of the passenger
says Ray Pettis AgrI- 'to expect from your equipment. and obey all traffic laws" mander of Troop "B", consist. Ibm In Fairfield Iowa on Aug. south of Starke. car. ....
cultural engineer! Florida. Cooperative A tractor pulling a heavy load says Pettis. Including*1 North Florida counties FI 30. 181" was a retired Insurance
Extension Service. may handle quite differently than Never operate machinery when Bradford headquarters agent, and a member of th Hampton Vote For and Re-Elect
Most accidents are the result the same tractor without a load. you are extremely tired worriedor in Lake City, according to First Baptist Church.
of'small mistakes. Small mistakes About one-third of all fatal In a hurry. This Is when most the Florida Highway Patrol.
that turn to tragedy. These tractor accidents occur on high accidents occur. Keep children Capt. Spears was stationed In Surviving are three daughters fl W. BENNETTt
Include too much speed; a slight: ways. If you operate a tractoron away from farm machinery and Bradford County four years as I Mrs. Hazel Salter of Hampton;;
error In Judgement; a lost or the highway drive In your never allow extra riders.If the commander of the Starke : Mrs. Mary Wllmoth, SalIna Sic Years Experience .-
broken shield. an Improperly adjusted lane. Pull completely off the you are working alone, arrange FHP station when he was a ser- Calf and Mrs. Ruth Samply
hitch. highway and stop periodicallyto for someone to check with geant. In April, 1968 he was .. Tucson Ariz.; and one stepson BOARD! MEMBER ;'w' t
When operating machinery In let traffic pass. Use SMV you frequently. Many farm accidents promoted to lieutenant and trans Maurice Alexander Modesto, SCHOOL
the, field watch for open ditch (slow moving vehicle) emblems happen In back fields ferred to Lake City. He has since Rev. DavisAsks Calif. District 1 County at Large
where a loan operator may be served as district lieutenant. Schools
under machinefor 5 Funeral services were held at in continual!: upgrading: of
pinned In or a Capt. Spears succeeds the retiring No. Believes: t
hours before he Is found.Many Capt.- G.E. Jordan a veteran Chapel 10 a.m. with Friday Rev.Jones Melvin Memorial Hamel Married with to children

Re-Elect of these accidents would be less of 24 ;years of FliP service City Seat officiating. Interment was In Valhalla District 1
serious If help School Trustee
were available as commander of Troop Jefferson County
Immediately following the acci- B. Capt. Jordan will be an executive Alabama 2 of B.H.S Memo of P.T.A.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQji. ;
at pjn. Saturday. Graduate:
dent. Rev. Leroy Davie 42
with Commercial Car- pastor
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home j
M."BUCK". of churches In Starke
rier Truck Lines of Auburndale- and Key
stone was In charge of arrangements.9OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
NORMANCounty after his retirement. Heights and employed as
A schoolteacher surplus .it a truck driver qualified Aug. 4
reported nationally. Students Capt. Spears is a 17 year veteran 19 as a candidate for the Group
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can't get job and teacher can't get jobsin ing first been employed as a cil. WAYNE -
the winter. trooper In November 1962.
Rev. Davis is pastor of Eben-

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coln City and of the Pleasant
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"" '" Grove Baptist Church In Key HOLLINGSWORTH

Gt CommissionerDistrict '::11r.... -r ,,}n'rr'1] .a stone Heights. He is employedas
::: i\\\ To TheCitizens a truck driver for Sun City,
2 ::;: : ....... Dairy Products out of the branch a*
:::;: r ". :::: office In Keystone Heights.
: He moved to Starke from Put- A MAN WITH NO I)1
I County.At.LarJeExperienced III 11t (if i J nam Hall one year and two months 3'a ,l
ago. He was born in Grandln and
4 :.:!: \. -'j ,,.Jf I' raised in Putnam County, and Is M
::111 Of a member of Masonic Lodge No. J In,,,,, POLITICALOBLIGATIONS r
201 in Edgar and is vice moder-
Young '>:J ator of the Mount SlanI Association -

I Bradford I If auxiliary to the General
'* Qualified : Baptist Convention.
"I wish to express my concern :

Impartial .tJ I for our community. I feel the ,
f County
city of Starke is making pro M
i gress but there la need for L
Reliable Improvement and I am sure WHO WILLREPRESENT
:. that we all are interestedin

r Taxes Taxes Taxes 11! 4 'L.)I i concerned Improvement citizen, therefore I am asking as f

the support of the citizens of

Where is the High Taxes GoingTo #1: The only promise I can truly make # this the polls great to city vote when vote you for.go to a ALL OFDistrict

Stop j r 111; to the people of this county is that we i concerned citizen" Davis asks

111 ti will take what little we have left and i "I,will If elected work with for the the councilmen total-

REPRINT FROM: :'1: do the best we can with it. welfare of all the people." 17

t ,folding the line on taxes the By THORNTON;; HARTLEYStaff : j (
Make Your Voice For
City County
,Bradford County' Commission Writer (

eliding a series sched- TRENTON The tax !s I WSONI. (
rate H. A. LA (
And State Affairs One Of
lIed budget meetings Adoptf.i in Gilchrist County will jiimo :: Integrity I
I "cl I the. alf need budget. Mo more than 4 mills according
tion to adopt came from t to( a tentative budget ap- 1$: FOR j}'
Buck Norman proved by the County Com :: Gold Is everywhere this

mission :':J:: i I Summer plain It'i and being fancy used outflti to enhance ., <
Re-Elect A man who is Against { School Board Member on For chain the, personal belts and touch pin*. at -

High Taxes ;1. IN DISTRICT 2 jj 1 ;j one pins tentlon, for are-getting Instance definitely monogrammed, Is"IN"exquisitely. This YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE 11 IIj

Your Vote and Support Aooreciated .j]: THANK YOU ;j m r three designed 18K gold Initials plate,carefully making and shows It polished a great off (PAID POLITICAL AOVIMTISKMBNT) (DIM) j ",,::

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is Now Is The Time! II! New Release Law Felt, dJxciL

Vote For Bv Inmates Out Earlv
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& 4t Jim invites
} A mandatory conditional. of sentence: doesn't sit too well '
: lease law for state prison Inmates at tint, commented Angus! T.
Julian E. I Ii enacted In July 1967 by McDowell parole supervisor. I j1
the Florida Legislature, la only The program Includes Inter v'
this year being felt. views with the prisoner. Job con- su ,
i The statute made state pri- tacts, and readjusting society.; t to SAVE the
MRAE I' soners whose terms were snuri' of much more benefit than the you on
1 t ened by more than 180 days "suit of clothes and$25" handed
time oft for good behaviour or to a released prisoner who has
"gain time" responsible to the served his full sentence. I
parole commission up to their Starke's office of the probationand
School Board original sentence. parole commission headed I 'f g only Reclina-Rocker
Because prisoners receive five by Supervisor James Bloodworth,
: days per month of "gain time", has the Interviews and personal j .
MEMBER .. It would take three years to accumulate Inside the prison contact work
the 180 days or more that the other 41 offices don't,
District No. 2 this way. Additional time off for because of Its location here close
tiff good behavior Is awarded pri to prison facilities at Lake But. .
:x soners through varying circum- ler and Ralford.
+ Daniel McRae was one of the pioneer stances. This year then. Is the Job opportunities and environmental j
first to show a large number of conditions: are Investigated t
ti'::: settlers of Bradford County. Now his r prison releases through the pro- for persons leaving the j a n

I great grandson asks the voters to give So far this year, 450 have been prison conditional, on parole release, and program under,anda the j
him the Privilege of :: released< from under the Man- check kept on each man until
making some datory Conditional Release Pro- his full sentence time Is up. j LA-Z-BOY SALE
i i small contribution to Bradford Coun- ; gram--not all of them happy with Anthony Protho Is the third
' the prospect of supervision by supervisor In the probation and
i ty by 'serving on the School Board. #ill I: the parole board. Feeling they parole commission office, located -
have "served their time" the on the second floor of
+'. (Pd. Poi. Adv.) Idea of further restrictions on Bradford County Courthouse. I
&-.vVV'"N.. ._.... :-:-................... ................,....................................i... their actions up to the full term j

h Reprint from Bradford ,,
CHARLES County TelegraphSpeedy I ;, y tI --

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4 HARDY Counting ;

Bradford was lint In a
16-cminty Northeast FV rl-
'' + for da area to report complete
election returns In the Gov
ernor's, race Tuesday night. 1 r
CLERK OF CIRCUIT I I COURT This Information was '
t given to a Telecraph reporter
In the process of
phoning returns to UPI
[United Press International .
In Jacksonville.
} Polls closed at 7 p. m. ; w Sit
and the Governor's county
ww completed In the coun
ty's 17 precinct at *:.5.;
BUSINESSMAN Tbl..a I far cry from several
years' ago when the Style 831Suggested
North Stark. precinct had
ii( CIVIC LEADER 2,500 voters. and poll.
.workers using the old tally

system sometimes counted Retail ,q'j ,
EXPERIENCED votes through the night and
.T. Into Wednesday. morning. I $231.00 to $244.00 "
With the new. smaller .' ,
preclncta, and the new system I E = '
of "sort and count" Instead Sale Price $169.00 -
}{" of tallying the
counting process has been
'i cut to a fraction of ttt '" >it- I t. ":,
former time. Bradford' entire ; i Chairs
on sale are covered in
Read his record and decide who 10:30 Tuesday was reported. night,in and by I

.. t. >y i ..'. i.' could have been done soon- I J DUPONT

I is best qualified I i i t 0 serve ".oJ tor phoned II'I'In their retar. l las h-- I 1 > "Mark of Quality"
/ l Instructed Election Manager
.'u Charles Hardy said. I :

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i The most famous reclining chair of them all,
HASCHOOLS CHARLES HARDY HIMSELF & WIFE .. La-Z-Boy Reclina-Rocker', can be yours at

unbelievable savings! Put real living in your
Served you as your School Finance officer I Born June 13 1918 in Jacksonville Mar- f living room today! Regardless of how much
during the terms of the late Dr. W. E. Midried 1940 to Juanita McGauley, daughter of -"-
more you might pay elsewhere, there
dleton, Hon. Arthur R. McRae & Hon. Harmon the late Rev. G. E. McGauley Baptist Mini- lit isn't
,, just a more comfortable chair! The
P. Morgan ster & former Moderator of the New River "" -
La-Z-Boy' Reclina-Rocker" of choice
Baptist Association. Principal and teacherIn your
will be a beautiful and gracious addition to
this county for many years. "
home and will
your enhance your favorite
setting. There are many glamorous styles

.' PONT "Mark of Quality" NYLON. See us

Assisted in the creation and development of CHARLES HARDY HIS CHILDRENthe today and save on the only Reclma-Rocker.

Bradford County Veterans Institute, and Style 833 Save now!

was its Business Administrator for 3 years. CHARLENE. (Mrs. Charles E. Francis) Financial Suggested Retail $183.00 to $203.00
Secretary, Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Cen-
ter, and pianist, First Baptist Church. Sale Price $159.00

CHASE Operations Analyst, Data Processing
Center, Alachua County Board of County Commissioners -

Force, Bolling Air Force Base ashington. ii4i.
Served you as Chairman, Board of Trustees, DONALD. Santa Fe Junior College. CAROL,
Bradford County Hospital during Its conBradford] High School.
struction and first years of operation
Your hospital achieved full accreditationafter

only two years of operation, a feat
never before.accomplished by any new hos-
HOSPITAL STORY was the the
cover feature article in the Southern HosMember of the First Baptist Church of _i I'

pitals Magazine. Starke Deacon, and member of the Board of ?w.
Trustees. Have served as Treasurer of the 1 .wdV '
church since 1961. Member of the Missions 1 x
Ei Committee, who was Instrumental in the cre- l
ation and construction of the Morgan Road

1 W
1956, devised, developed and Institutedthe
present system of counting your ballots.A .

system that is errorproof, foolproof, and
fast, fast, fast. This system has been used CHARLES HARDY BUSINESSin

all County and City elections since its Style 883 Style 829
fc development. Formerly associated in business with my two
brothers Douglas P. Hardy, and James Eldon Retail
Suggested $225.00 to $234.00
Suggested Retail $215.00 to
Hardy, doing business as Hardy Brothers

Motor Company. : Sale Price $169.00 Sale Price $169.00


In 1963 the almost impossible task of re-
districting Bradford County was undertaken CHARLES HARDY VETERAN
and accomplished for the Board of County
Commissioners, and the Board of Public InFormer member of the U. S. Marine Corps during -
struction. This re-districting gave your World War II and the Florida National w .Pnfxta ut' tfur '
county and equalized distribution of the Guard. Honorably discharged from both ser-

population, for better representation and vices.

Improved elections.

IPd. Pol. Adv.) f ( Y
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t\I blems arising from school desegregation JV Team 'Favorable*
New Coach's First Look At'
plans. First priority Library _
will be placed on getting extra (Continued( from Page One) Bradford's Junior Varsity; finds the team"Further aneaa"than Forty; boys have reported for
Continued from Page One) busses for problems such as Com i ir ]Football Team began fall prac- he antfdpRted. fall practice under Coach: Allen's
Bradford Library
the Graham students face the County; On the dim side Coach AUW tutelage. He expects another
1 tice Monday: under the leadership -
picked up BO early. oard said."We're mittee. Inc.'since, : the Library 1I of a new coach John Allen. found that many of the boys have dozen or more to come out the I
Board, an .of the county; I
Only way to pickoutlyJngchUdreD at the point where we agency "goofed off"during the summer beginning of school.
Coach Allen's first Impressions -
up later. Supt. Casey said seek type of relief cannot hold title to property.; and much out of snaps.
have to some ; He are very .
I were rather favorable. ------
would be start school later ." School Board Member Mrs. Philip Clark Is assistant I .--------...--------- -- ,.
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allover the county. He said Mrs. Cliff Hazen ,
Charles Sawyer said referringto librarian
that wouldn't be a bad Idea and obtaining the emergency funds.If secretary: and Miss Brenda de For I II
he wouldn't oppose such a move. the funds were received and mons. DCT aide.Library I Vote
But school officials have for the Graham area Is termed the hours are from 10 !I EDDIE ALLEN I
years avoided opening school worst In terms of busing problems ajn. on Mondays, from 10 a.m. And fleetCounty
later because students have to Sawyer Indicated he would to 5 p.m. Tuesdays; Thursdays,
get home In time to work. recommend a bus for that area. and Fridays, and from.10 ajn. I II
"Right now we have about 1,000 to 2 Saturdays. The I
children that get on buses around Sawyer told Starling there Is I District 4 I II I
Is closed Wednesdays -
7 a.m.," Casey said "It's been no county money available now to library : ; I -
Sundays. and holidays. The later
that way since 1949. purchase extra buses.
Another solution discussed was Although the residents were hours on Mondays are to ac-
buses for comodate: people outside of regular t DEMOCRAT SEPTEMBER 8 I II
the purchase of extra clearly unhappy that the board
areas such as Graham, but there could do nothing, Supt. Casey working hours. I II
are not county funds availablenow repeatedly stated that the Gra- Many students taking classes: .
at Santa Fe Junior College here Sen. Mathews Meets SupportersAt
for that. ham area Is not the only area
The school board has given of the county with the same pro- and Vo-Tech use the Bradford I PERSONALLY GET OUT
Supt. Casey permission to attempt blem. The Lawtey and Highland Minx County library Through facilities: the Florida, Mrs. Coffee In Starke COMMISSIONER.A FULL TIME COUNT AND DRIVE ALL ROADS 8.01
to obtain federal emer- areas and the Speedville area says. KNOW THEIR
State loan service, CAN
gency funds made available to near Keystone Heights face S8II1" book from Library. state be made a Sen. Jack Mathews of Jack- and expressed: himself as being, I T' CONDITIONS AND DO
help school districts with pro- type; of early bus routes he said. available. any can sonville. Democratic candidatefor In sympathy with this needed II SOMETHING ABOUT THEM I
In view of
project especially I
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'tured at a coffee sponsored by Increased traffic through here REPRESENT EACH AND } I II
with the future completion of
his Bradford County; campaign: EVERY TAX PAYER WITH NO
committee at the Holiday Inn Disney World. I RESPECT OF PERSON.
SPECIAL Wednesday morning. Pouring The Jacksonville candidate 6
coffee: at right Is Mrs. CharleyE. served as President of the Sen- I x MAKE PERIODIC CHECKS
Johns. ate at the last legislative sessionand OF ALL BRIDGES'.
During the coffee, Sen. Mat Is recognized as one of the I
hews talked with Chamber of most knowledgeable men In State MEET WITH ANY OF YOU.
Commerce officials concerningthe government. I ANYTIME YOU HAVE A I (
proposed four-lanlng of U.S. PROBLEM "AFTSfe ALLL,FM j
Tf---J 301 from Baldwin to Callahan WORKING FOR YOU THE .

Bradford residents will AUTO SERVICE_ WORK WITH ALL
have an opportunity to stand up WORK DU..IGENTELECTED OFFICIALS
G8 and speak out September 8 at a Gilbert S. Brown LY TO GET MONEYAPPROPRIATED IN CITY COUNTY and
local White House Forum on I FOR STATE TO ACHIEVE I
what they think la good or bad
:-. about the SUadard Oil Service Station ROADS SO OUR LQCAt. THE BEST POSSIBLE
present or
'ir-' lack of them, for programs the aged.In ATLAS I MONEY CAN BE FOR BOTH OUR COUNTY
preparation for Governor TIRES BATI'E&IESB.llee& I SPENT ON LOCAL AND STATE.
Claude Klrk's Conference on Aging Term. Road Service ROADS.
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White House Forums\ are
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being held In every Florida county -
; between August 17 and October
2, according to Mrs. MarilyraiUelsmaim HURST'SService I X

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eau on Aging. G.. oil -Lnbrfoalkm

September at Persona the North attending 8, program Florida the Civil to Tuesday be held Defense Monarch ROAD"Tires SERVICE A Batteries' The Job and Young Enough To Do The Job!

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out not only about their needs but
I also on broad national needs as:
;;. -- Income health, nutrition, hous-
ing employment, transportation, I ,
education, retirement roles and i: !4 f
activities and spiritual needs.
Leading the local White House
Forum will be a panel representing -
state, county: and city:
governments and ,.public and

I private Issues agencies.raised I during, this :,
forum will be Included In the Building Supply Center,
I ing.Governor's Conference on Ag-

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Sept. 8 Democratic PrimaryWill 4'x8' Sheets Pre-Finished PanelingLight- MediumDark ;

Be Appreciated
The Only Complete Line of
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8' STUDSPECIAL Check with us for all your Power Tool) nMJ'*

t .gin Maurice Edwards Jr. THIS MONTH'S EXTRA SPECIA.

..ri 69j. 7/" SKIL SAW


y" Candidate For EACH ONLY $25-88(


A F CLERK Of The 3/8"x/ 4' x8' SHEETROCK Only 1.89 Sheet

Circuit i Court

I B. L P. Mobile PaintExterior
I am 41-years-old. I have been a lifelong resident of Bradford County. I would

like to make the following pledge to all the people of Bradford CountyIf you

elect me your clerk 1 will conduct this office in an honorable, efficient, and. Latex For Exterior Oil Paint PVA Interior, Exterior
Any Surface For Wood Latex
t business-like manner at all times, knowing that as a businessman, taxpayer,

and as a father of five children that only through the efficient operation of our REG. 9.00 GAL. REG. 9.23 GAL. REG. 5.46 GAL.

I county government are we able to achieve any tax savings to our citizens of $6.99 $6.99 $3.99 '

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SewingFor TeensATTENTION MX TEENAGE SAVE 4 T f 11.1. 1,

GIRLS I .'f/:/I. .,

Art you Interested making Ukk WAY SAVINGB ill b."

your own clothes? Would you 'If.
Ilka to "rn
skills/ ?Have you telmwltbWoolF
Would you like to attend A WORK- I
GIRLS I tell you what I'm gon I.
na do.- ,.r '"

10:30 a.m. fa the ttme scheduled -
to meet at the Agriculture -

materials discuss: Center articles You be will We made.will not OD STOP ',: .. t W'ER. _(ft( ., t4'jt. ;eR': '. (. _! le rW( ( ..<' t" (.$, J _r \ riil."{$:' ''H:: ii, .EEfi_$T Mps::,

need to bring aiQrfrlng to this
first meeting- unless
a pattern you would like to use. J

Schedule for sessions will be: W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE CHUCK r
Friday. August 28 to cut out
Monday. August 31 interfacings .' "J.9t yfFtU.

S..CH9IC .
Tuesday. September 1 assembling -

Wednesday.garment September 2 -finishing f

touches ROA
You can make a dress Jumper,
pants suit or skirt and a weskit ..y a
or a poncho.If .
you plan to attend or have
questions please call this office -


ir* lc. Of .h rlfre Sale
Notice II hereby Riven that. I LB.
P. D. Reddlah. Sheriff of Bradford 3 tlJS. $2"
County. Florida, under and
to br Wltl virtue of Writ of ISxcullon

Execution sued out of Circuit
Court Duval County, Flor.
ida pursuant to a final Jllclge.>
ment for Florida Teloo Credit

0.0* axalnel together.I In the Allen with amount J.oo I.<**of of Ii.: -. Smoked;:'; Picnics ll.49C Beef Liver lB. 49C Beef Steakettes 2 lBS. $179 Shoulder Steaks LI.79c

and mrpoaeeaelom

cribed personal the property following to sedan dee. Round Steak tl.99c Chuck Steak lB.79c All Meat Wieners LB.89c Hindquarters' . lB.39c
1915 Fontlao 4-I>"or

Monday named Aa the defendant the property 31st of of and August the that above 191D on Pork Sausage . 2PKGe' 9)1" Chuck Roast . ll.89c Sliced Ham . PKG.59c: : Turkey Breast ll. 89C

at twelve o'clock noon on said

ale for and County cash a.ll Jail to In the hand I will highest the offer above bidder for- Cottage Cheese 2 & 69C Shoulder Roast lB.99c Pork Roast .. LB.69c Cheddar Cheese LB. 79cKRAFT

described property of aald" de.
lenient to the Afore-

said. Execution.P D. Reddish. Quantity Right Renewed CHEK ASSORTED SOFT
P.; D. Reddlah. Sheriff WINN DIXIR' '
Bradford County.: :lorida

H.tle. Of- Kherlfre sale
Notice In hereby given that!. MttQNNMSE W-D
P. Itrdtllih.. Sheriff of Brad.
, ford County. Florida under and
by Mi-tun of Writ of Execution BEEFCHINKS
to Wit: ,
Execution landed out of
Small Clalme Court of Bradford
County.. Florida, pursuant Limit One of Your Choic.WI/>>.Order Excluding Clgo..""
to a final judgement for Owen
J. Phllllpe. Jr. and against
*em Martin defendant In
the amount of $10000 together DEEP SOUTHMAYONNAISE ;
with coat of collection.
Have salted and have In mrpotiemlon
the following decribed > ,.
personal property to QUART
'' wit
''il'fI: 1911 I dnor model IT>Tt.. Rer.
in4.. ID Nn. A A14i47$ SFr JAR
y.Title No. 580S85. Chevrolet B
_ {''rti10Ta.: No. MVT-UOO 4

Aa the property of the above C
L named defendant. and that onTurminv
i the 8th day of Sentem. 15
ber 19TO at twelve o'clock noon i
nit said day on the premium of rtiis too
the Drndford County Jail. I
will offer for sale" and sell. to 39t STAMPSWITH _
the hlKmt bidder for cash In QUART tOUPONBILOW
hnrirt. the above described pro. ; 12-oz.
said defendant to sat JAR
rryth l aforesaid Execution.
P. D Reddish\ CANS
P. r>. Reddish Sheriff
Bradford County Florida l
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In T1i. needs Ceeir ': arJiKllclnl _

Ana Case For Net.nrndfr4 ArtloaHorace C.usyCivil . CAN 59C I Bread .2 "G' 59C Detergent &;x< 65C Buns..2 BPK.K 39cMAXWEll

his wife.
S..nde_ Adoption Defendnnt.Hotlre Limit One WLSS.Order Exelod./ fl Cigarette! 12 ox. 10'0..
Beef .2 89 Hose 88e 3 $1))00
MaryuRarharloBrmrning I CAMPOBELLO CANS . PAIR Pop-Ups PKG.
TO: Co'ee< . ago 69c

an are been filed action required against for to serve Adoption you and a copy you hue THRIFTY MAID WHOLE SLICED, or CRUSHED NO.2 Pears 4'SS1' $1))00 Paper e e 'PKGT- 59c Detergent4 SffM00) ]
I ifany Pineapple 18C PEACHES
written CAN20ot.
of your
to !It. on ;
whose name and an.dreae THRIFTY MAID No.303 2BO.CT. 00 y
.5 $100, & Beans 4'S$100) Tissue 3
Beans \
I* Honor. *M. Oenrge H. $ 00 CANS BOXES
Pierce 10 -3.':> North Temple Catsup 4 |
Avenue St.rke. Florida, and . BTU
with the clerk
the original ;
off the above atvled court on
or before September 14, 1970> VINE RIPE VINE RIPE JUMBO CANTA-
otherwise a. Judgement may be)
entered ..alnet.OU for the
relief demanded In the complaint
\ or petition. TOMATOES
Witness my hand and the
sep of said Court on August
14. 110. LOUPES
(SEAL) :
Inman D. Oreen NO. 2' 2 ,
A. Clerk of said Court
BJ' .Beulah Deputy 3[.Clerk MoodrA. CAN '
a-so n .11

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Lemonade 9 CANS e-oi. 99C Potatoes 3 :Ills s $100


CocktailMORTON . 3PK.PKO.: 99C Peaches..5 IBS. $100 "


Pies ..3JIFFY FOR 89C Tomatoes .3 BASKETS $100 Corn e 10 EARS 69c


on your sideHe Chow i a is. Melons 69C
Mein PeG.99c Potatoes SSc
can handle all your
insurance life, health DEVIL PRUNE SUPERBRANO SOFT

home car. One man. one Crabs. 99C Plums. 3 69c Margarine. 3 $)00 1 I'
plan. Insurance is much . -: . IBS. PKGS. J t

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INSURANCETlieiMiiae.,. !*!*"'"""--'*** I.I I I E sRAEX': TRA. I I EXTRA : I I EXTRA J
!! GOM I
m*-we I.s.rsace t.....?nfUtl FOR EXTRA rwVSSoA : w!!!..STAMPS ( "a : .E -2'www GREEN 0.w..STAMPS
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Unique Kingsley LakeJiich FARM AND RANCH

U, By George T. HugginsCOUNTY

I ; In Legend, Folklore r Agricultural: Extension AGENT. service

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9 This is approaching the season You may. purchase the metal
Kingsley Lake six miles east for making preparations to seed sign with brackets for most any
of Starke and just over the crestof current was never found the land that starts near the Georgialine temporary grazing crops. Justas type mounting or the type; for
Trail Ridge Is unique In many divers said although they planned and extends to the lake regionIn in cross breeding livestock, sticking to a hard surface. This
ways. It Is perhaps the highest at that time to return later and Central Florida. This high we are finding that It is practicaland Is a law to reduce accidents and
lake In elevation in Florida, withIts'lsudace make further explorations ridge running like a backbone profitable to seed a com- we hope It will do Just that.
: some 170 feet above In remote ages-- perhaps mil- down the middle of the State bination of crops on the same
sea level and was the subject of lions of ;years agoKingsley Is wathe first part of the Florida land.
study during one of the early believed to have been formed as peninsula to emerge as a sand SIPHONA IRR1TANS i
surveys made in 1909 for a a sink hold which must have spit from the sea millions of For grazing in our generalarea I
proposed cross state canal. been of great depth since it has years ago. The top of the ridge we think of oats rye rye- These are !known to us as
A U.S. engineer was stationedat not been filled by all the earth crossed by Highways 16 and 230 grass and a legume. In planning horn flies. They probably are the j I
the lake for several months which later by caving-in and east of Starke is "the great divide your program you must considerthat most disturbing external pests I:
at ;that time to determine ItKingsley erosion settled Into It, leaving for this part of Florida oats may be planted about the that bother our cattle during the E f
: could provide summit long slopes nearly all around.It with drainage from the west side middle of September while rye summer months. They get their
water for a lock canal. He meas- was no doubt, round when of the Ridge eventually reaching Is usually planted about the mid- food by sucking blood from the
ured the depth at many places, first formed and a singular cir- the Gulf of Mexico and that from dle of October. Florida Rust animals. In addition to stable
but;; his 78-foot lead line failedto cumstance Is that its roundnesswas the east side going into the Resistant or Gulf Ryegrass flies, house flies deer flies and
find bottom in some spots. preserved while the erosion Atlantic Ocean. w makes a good companion crop heel flies, we have lice and ticks
One of the deepest portions of process was in progress. There is a legend that the lake for either oats or rye. that disturb our animals. 'i
the, lake Is some distance out When viewed from the air its was named for a Capt. Kingsley External parasites can cost
from the Enlisted Men's Club on glistening roundness caused a- during the Florida Indian Wars If the.;;Camp Blanding side and the viators during World War n to who pursued by Indians on the ryegrass reduce the seeding rate of beef per animal during the
depth here is believed by some give It the nickname of "Silver south side of the lake, escapedby OLIvnMERS SAY the lake was named for Captain Kingsley of oats or rye by about onethirdand long summer months. It Is goodto
to reach 90 feet or more. It Dollar Lake." swimming his horse across to who finding himself surrounded by Indians, swam hU hors add fifteen pounds of rye- alternate your spray insecti-

is also thought possible that this Swimmers often remark about the north side-- a very unlikelyfeat. from one side of the lake to the other and escaped. 'The tranquil grass per acre. If you consider cide so that you can expect bet-
deep hole might be the sourceof so-called "cold spots" which Early maps label the lake beauty of the lake Is caught In photo at adding a lugume to either 'oats, ter control and the flies lice and
springs that are believed to occur at frequent intervals in "Kingsley Pond." and it had not right above. ryegrass or rye probably your ticks will not build up Immunity;
feed the lake and maintain it at the lake and are believed by been named late as 1831 when best legume would be Dixie Re- to one particular material.
a fairly constant level. It is the some to be evidence of small Davis Thomas a government seeding Crimson Clover with fifteen
most stable lake in this sectionof springs seeping in below the surveyor sectionized (of mean- figure of a man. It was said their true origin, and are often and finally disappeared. pounds of seed per acre.
Florida with the water level surface. The lake Is also fed dered) around it, for he refers to that a U.S. Army paymaster was strangley magnified and dis At one time the area around
varying only two or three feet from surface water coming In it.only as an "open lake" which buried there but that before his torted. Old settlers in the area the lake was so thickly settled With a single seeding or combination .
from highest to lowest point. from numerous springs on sur- "seems to be round.." capture he had hidden his money used to vow that their hogs when that there were three post- fertilizer is very necessary SOIL TEST

Several years ago some regular rounding high land and a few Many years ago several Indian near a creek in the neighborhood.Along called up for feeding,were some- offlcesone on the north side, to give you quicker and more that weekor
scuba mounds could be the west Horse Hole branch at onetime times so confused that they ran nutritious forage. Not less than Just a reminder any
Army divers on small branches empty; into the seen on called Kingsley one on the south
; is good to
routine training gave account of lake but they are hardly enoughto side of the lake, but have since could be seen many excavations in the opposite direction. Lakevtew; and one west of the four hundred pounds and maybe month of the year It has
discovering a swift belowsurface make up for loss of water by been flattened down until their made by eager trea- Otters were at one time plentiful lake Ions.After more depending on type; of soil, take soil samples unless
current about half a mile evaporation. There is only] one identity is lost. The late James sure hunters. Robert Keith an along the lake and they would of 10-10-10 per acre should be rained like it has during August.It
offshore on the north side of the outlet in the lake-- the North Hornsby who lived In the area early Starke justice of the peace sometimes swim In single file applied at seeding time. is especially)Important now to
lake. This speculated so much over the mat* resembling at a distance a greatsea the dlsatrous test your clover pasture land. It
was so strong they Prong of Black Creek, which as a boy says he recalls seeing freezes
said that It had cleared out a flows out on the east side and Indian canoes and other relics ter that he finally dreamed the serpent. Alligators have been the farms were nearly all abandoned This is about enough now to may even help to have a soil
path in the vegetation along the continues a circuitous path untilIt where they had been abandonedon treasure was burled on the north seen and killed In the lake but and the lake became a confuse you but maybe will start test made on this land where you
bottom and the water was so finally reaches the St. Johns the south shore of the lake. side of Black. Creek near the were never numerous and are summer resort for residents of you thinking about better forage are going to plant oats rye. and
cold that divers could not remainin River near Middleburg. Some distance southeast of the lake. lie dug giant doodle holes now a rarity. Starke. In later ;years its popularity crops. We will be glad to talk reygrass.
it long even In their "wet Kingsley is near the summit of lake there once stood a tall pine all over the area but found noth- ; spread until now many you about your individual situa-
suits." The source of this strange Trail Ridge a long elevation of tree on which was carved the ing but sand. During the 1880's the north ana cottages are owned by Jackson- tion. These and other combina- When the pH and calcium is In
The saucer-like shape of the west sides of Kingsley were ville and Gainesville residents tions will depend on whether you the proper range ;you get much
lake and its sloping banks, aided populated by small homesteads and some from more distant are using crop land permanent better response from fertilizer.
by circling wind currents pro- with oranges grapes and even points of Florida. There are also pasture land. As you increase the nitrogen the
I vide acoustical phenomena which bananas grown by the early set many year-round residents and response is even greater when
Our editorial. sometimes puzzle visitors. tlers. On the north side of the the latest sign of progress Is the pi I and calcium range Is about
Noises can be heard from long lake was an exceptionally fine organization of a Kingsley Lake SLOW MOVING VEHICLES right for that crop.
distances, carried on the surface grove known as the Sundell Place Volunteer Fire Department to
of the water but usually seem to but after the freezes of the late serve the area.Clinging About a month ago I read about

come from a distance other thanFarmers 1890's the groves were__abandoned another Florida Safety; Law that
Point of view u would become effective September -
j 1 I. which Is next week. We
were then told at our last Farm
Bureau Directors meeting that
DiaryThe on September 1, vehicles movingon July 28 was the beginning of
public roads at speeds less Dbg Days.and it must have rainedon

It's a good thing that the Wea- than 25 miles per hour would be that day. If it did not, there
required to have this regulation has sure been a mix-up In the
ther Man does not have to run four-lanlng of part of the
clouds Bradford County.We .
for office because as fickle as size red and orange signor decal over ;
Waldo-Gainesville road Is near-
the rain will break
mounted on the rear to caution hope
the elements the weather
are, Ing completion and It will pro-
that you are approaching a slow even before the end of Dog Days
forecasters would be In troubleon
Local Powers UsurpedGuest vide safer travel for the thou-
moving vehicle. which is September 5.
election day. Right now, a safe sands of people from this county;
prediction Is: sudden showers and others. But the two-lane
especially if you leave your car A stretch from the Sperry plant to
( Power
editorial by Mrs. D.E. Hill Bradford
windows rolled down. Waldo will not be rebuilt for Buying I
delivered on Channel 4 TV, Jackson- several years at least and In the
ville during the 6 p.m. newscast Wed- meantime it is a hazardous roadto National
nesday, Aug. 12.) By Sam McGarvey travel. Tops ,.
We hope that the county will u L x
be spared from any heavy flood- "
unions school administrators and dis- ing rains until after the added 'The nearest we came to any- Bradford County proved to be a power of people In all sectionsof J
Earlier this week, the Duval County; culverts have been Installed at thing like that was when we ran Last week, Sam had to "hit stronger market than most duringthe the country local residents
School Board was branded with the pleased parents. the railroad embankment over our roadside market and a earful the ditch" to make room for a past year according to a still had a greater amount then ll
"pass the buck" label In a WJXT Sampson Run. The two extra of gypsies drove In and offered passing car doing about 80, with national survey of business. Just usual left for discretionary
With the instigation of the Public pipes there should released.Its spending.
WJXT also carry off a an oncoming "semi" swaying and .
editorial. With example to trade a "century"
Defender's office and its subsequent lot more water and thus minimize us lurching as that driver put on his relative strength was shownin And although many consumerswere
mentioned being familiar with other the flooding of Sampson plant produce. Fortunately; the rising level of family Income more hesitant than at other
expansion) counties pay for the arrest the brakes. You hear a lot about defensive -
"pass the buck" branches of govern- Lake and Crosby Lake. At the recognized plant as driving these days, and In the area and In the amountof times In their purchasing, because -
court costs prose- which undoubt-
Investigation a common weed
other end of the consumer spending in local of their concern over the
ment. drainage system this was a glaring example for
cution food and housing for a suspected edly the rascals had dug up along war in Vietnam and the threatof
Creek has deepened to the road and declined their if Sam had held to his speed a retail stores.
Was WJXT the examples criminal l; hisffamily's again facilitate the flow of floodwatersfrom we terrible wreck would have hap- Figures bearing this out are a recession they did spend
aware were offer with a knowing grin.
for his defense and wel- a part of Starke and an pened. contained in the new, copyrighted freely enough to Rive local mer-
all cases of "hlgher-up" government- fare. The law-abiding citizen pays the area east of the city. "Survey of Buying Power" chants,a good year.
federal and state--forcing decisions Issued by Sales Management,and As a result, Bradford County;
from local governmental bodies? taxes. spending for communities In all stores were able to chalk up
}. ,,a i:, It's a woman's parts of the country.In gross sales of 16031000.'

Every the United States County; commissioners, city councils, Former city; councilman Ger- ;; .: : .: Bradford County; it shows Because local consumers did
year govern- school boards too often find themselvesmore ald Williams hobbled into city; w 'tlJJflfffJlBy the amount of disposable money not spend as much as they were
ment Impinges a little more on state puppets, pulled this way and that hall last week on crutches to F in the hands of local residentswas capable of, more of their money
and local powers to govern to legislate rulings made by state witness the expected last-min above average. went into savings and into a
to tax.Every by conflicting ute qualifying of candidates for Total net Income locally after reduction of their outstanding
and national officials who mayor the city election on Sept. 8. He t A Martha Sue McCain payment of personal taxes came Indebtedness.

session of the Florida legis- may not know--or care-- about local explained that he had twisted k 'I County Extension to $25.062,000, as against the Consequently there Is now
i knee out of Joint, and went on + previous year's $23,192,000.Just more cash in their bank accounts
lature spells out a few more require- conditions. Too often, our legis- Home Economics Agent
to say it was not interfering with : what this was equivalentto and in other reserves ready and
ments for counties cities and school lators face problems with both hands his work or with fishing. He went -- on a per-famlLv basis. was waiting to be used when they

districts to follow. tied behind their backs so to speak out in a boat with a chair rigged FALL FASHIONS MORE INDIVIDUAL fabrics and soft drap- determined by dlvindlng the Income feel the time Is right.A .
--restricted by law interpretations that jp, so he could sit and fish, and THAN EVER able fabrics are used. Light figure by the number of University; of Michigan poll

There is plenty; of doubt among law make them unable to satisfy either it worked fine unltl he caught Individuality; is the word In weight wool crepes matte Jersey local households. averaged out shows that that time will come
their constituents or federal author- a bass and In the excitement fall 1970 fashions No one will son velvets and challls per household, to $6,774. The' when uncertainties over the
specialists as to whether the present tumbled overboard. be tied to following a few approved are popular fabrics. Prints that year before It was 6268. national economy. Inflation
Supreme Court of the United States ities. trends. are fairly small such as pals- Despite the effects of Inflation taxes high interest rates and
upholds the constitution, by intent or t Rather you can use all your levs. oriental prints and geometries which cuts into the purchasing jobs begin to disappear.
by letter, in some of their verdicts. The United States became a nation fashion know-how to put together are Important also this
because men would not tolerate an a look that best expresses year.
un-caring distant government Let's Ever had a noise really scare your personality;
guidelines for integration have ,
you? Well Sam did last week Sporty; separates and soft
been as changeable as the weather. not bury more of our freedom by when he was digging a hole for feminine dresses are two Impor- Armed Forces News I
Redistricting and unicameral legis- denouncing men and women in local our mailbox, within a few feet tant trends In fall fashions. About

lative plans are not in the US con- governmental bodies who have the of the heavy traffic on US-301. Sport outfits Include pants

stitution for the nation's Congress; courage to be something other than It would have been a simple Job skirts or Jumpers put together The OUR SERVICEMEN
with a post-hole with a layered look. The newest j
to edicts from above that digger but Sam
why for Individual states? yes-men
had to use a shovel and was skirt this year is below the Book
they do not believe are right. j Shelf
bending way over when a big knee and Is open In some way
This year another right of cities, ji"semi" thundered by and blew such as a button front side Carolina and his
to assess and collect taxes, has been a i tire explosively and Sam thought wrap or side or center silts. completing hi*
If officials in branch of the jiff fourth ;year in the service.
any government i whole world had blown Pants could be straight or
turned officials e 1'
over to counties, whether up. NEW BOOKS "The Air Force
crooked and/or le laughs about it flared but the latest look for promotion) system
are lazy, j now, but if AT THE
of either like LIBRARY is
governing body a highly selective
wishy-washy in their beliefs, con- IB had been hit by a piece of fall are the gauchos and knickers. process -
it or not.School. that and only the most qualified
: tire it would not have been Both pants and skirts are usually
demn them. But let us remember ADULT FICTION lndlvuduals
( are chosen to
tony at all. cinched at the waist by a two-
boards, particularly, are that the constitutional form of pro- or three-Inch belt often with advance In grade. This Is be-i
of .t studs metallic trim. The Meddlers--Rayner; Neither ; cause our service requires In-
test Is through the channels our or .j
fired upon by FEA, NEA, state departments Shirts The Sea Nor The Sand--Honey- to ligent, well-rounded
to with the speclal-
of education, HEW and fed- elective officials, with constructive and skirts are go always tucked pants In. Combe; Naked I Leave--Novak; y' Ists who can warkharmonsous

eral courts, teachers and teachers criticism. They are fitted body shirts usually Three--Ashtoll-Warner; A Road r with fellow team members" lat
From time to time, we've heard In a striped or printed design With No End-.Lubls;Here--For- Lt. Dennis N. Ryan Derrick'
many instances of how some of and are colorful. Collars are rest; Across 110th--Ferris;Warcommanding officer wrote his
the traveling public will try to quite wide and the sleeves are head--Gerson; Bury Him Among parents.
take advantage of the facilities long and fairly full. KIngs--Trevor; A Fairly Good "Among the criteria con-
The Bradford County along the highways. Like the Other new top for pants and Time--Gallant; The President- sidered- !In selecting your son
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Il couple who pulled into a restau- skirts Is the skinny-ribbed tur- Pearson i. The Daughter--Black- j for promotion were his outstand
:-::: rant, ordered ONE hamburgerand tleneck sweater pulled down to stock; whipping Star--Herbert; r l ing job performance his leader-
t <<; then asked for hot water for the thighs and cinched in with Stories From The Transatlantic (l \ ship and his military bearing"
1879 f
k-; the baby's bottle etc. Or the belt resting on the hips. --McCrindle; The Mid-
drivers who during the "love Many nlghters--Barber.
r, \ i bug" sporty; are topped Larry F. Kelly l 1& son ot Mr.
season, drove into service
off with short
a buttoned
dMBibla stations and said they didn't need sometimes with a bottom Jacket band, Mrs. R.E. Jones, Rt. 1. Starke. My Neighbors I g b
I MlMIlaA Live as free men. live as anything but to have their wind- like a battle Jacket. Vests and Is undergoing eight week of basic

ESS servants of God.- ( IPet. shields cleaned. Jackets with cardigan necklinescan ADULT NON-FICTION Lackland AFB Lack- -r-t"'f'o< '. 5' .. f?
be worn open or belted.They .
AS TON are any l length, from the thigh 'Twentieth Century Interpretations 01 A/B Bradford Kelly is! a 1970 graduate L 1
K School. He
We have freedom of thought to Air
Of Light In tered
t polar August--Min- the Force June
spirit and self-expression. God W.S. Glover manager of the fabrics for these ,ter; Twentieth Century Interpretations 1970. In .bA111o
has blessed us with divine intelligence Holiday Inn, told recently of the outfits will be tweeds herringbones 1 Of Romeo And JU ..- 7.
to sort out evaluate people who stopped off at the corduroys and lots of i I Cole; New Trade Strategy For
Inn here and went to the Ice suede and leather either real 'The World a j.
He Economy-'otmson
j i E. L. MATTHEWS. & -Pubarher accept or reject thoughts of facility; to fill up their freezer or fake. ,(V Child's MindBeadle The: Mike Devrick, son of M r. and ms's
Published each Thursday and entered M Second I has given us freedom spirit chest with free ice. It is hardto The new softer dresses follow :Resurrection Of Richard Nixon-; Mrs. Denver R. Devrick Bed-
CUss Matter at the Poll" Office at S&arke. Florida for spiritual growth and ful understand how anyone would the natural lines of the boy 1 Can't Take It With ford Lake has been promotedYonRRichaards
under Act of March 3rd 1879. fillment. He has given us the have the nerve to make such a belted at the waistline and have ; Bucher : My to staff sergenat in the U.S.
I opportunity to express our request, but those In business a soft skirt with fullness Two i;Story--Buchen Invisible Empire Air Force
Subscription In trade area 1 year $3.00; Outside selves. Let's apply them all\ constructively along 301 can vouch for the fact of the looks In the soft dress 'fhe Story Of The Ku Klux Man He Is headquartered with the "I wonder< H we can't get
traM area: I year, 15.50 for a better world. that they exist. bathe peasant dress and shirtI]1866-1871--Horn. 437th Air Base Group (MAC) federal matching funds for
at Charleston Air Base South this project.m ."




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M. WilliamsIs Jacquelyn Hess spent Christ atiOWER RUTH UNDERWOODMrs. HONORS HAMPTON SCHOOL GUEST SPEAKER AT CHURCH Mr, and Mrs. Mike
r HAMPTON | mas in Clearwater. Ines Peter REGESTRATIN SET Dr. Jacob Gartenhaus of'the Hampton are thepe Pees.. .

Carswell son Pierce.spent Miss Christmas Swanson has in new Ft. Bill Underwood was guestof All kindergarten first grade, International Board of Jewish Jamefe Michael, Jr., born August

By Mr* D. X. BOl I desks In her roomMiss honor at a stork shower last and new students entering Hampton Missions was guest spejtker at 20, at Alachua General ffonpttaJ '
Campaign Mgr. Madge WhIgman is Instructing Thursday evening, at Hampton Elementary School for the Hampton Baptist Church Sunday. in Gainesville. Mrs. Eata Pee- .
CITY PASSES OCCUPATION Connie Sweeney.In members of the PTA- Baptist Church. Individual Mlna- first time should register by evening. pies of Hampton Is paternal

Merritt William, local State LICENSE FEE ORDINANCEAn the April 26, 1948 Hampton In making covers for the stage tare cakes In the shape of baby Wednesday, Sept. 2, accordingto Irn dmother.Get'em I'
Farm Insurance Agent; has been School News, "Langford furniture. booties were frosted In pale Principal: Lennard Register. !\
appointed campaign manager for ordinance, regulating business Hicks went fishing :Saturday and J.W. Pringle went hunting Saturday green complimenting the green
Bradford County for former U.S. professional and occupa- had good luck." Robert Player went to a punch and floral bouquet. Games Florida .
; Debbie 11111 retume<\) "
tional fh&y
DUt Judge Harold G. Carswell. licenses for the city of "Emojean Hall spent Sunday fish fry."Most. were played by the 37 present Presbyterian College in St. ,
candidate In the Republican Hampton was passed at a special afternoon with Ruth Sibley. Billy of and and Debbie Hicks won the prize. ;1
primary our girls Petersburg last weekend, as a "
for the U.S. Senate. meeting Monday evening at Horne, Frank Brown and Junior have been attending the revival JoAnn Salter was winner of the sophomore. She had spent the '

Judge Caramll Is Interestedin Hampton City Hall. Home went to Dunnellon and meeting at the Methodist church door prize. summer In Gainesville, where }
getting the United State Sur- Approved unanimously by all Rainbow Springs Sunday. and report a very fine meeting." PERSONALSCorrection she was employed at UF. Typewriters
preme Court to define the uni- five members of the council, the First and second grade items, "Joyce had her tonsils taken for Mr. and Mrs.
tary school system so that the ordinance amended an earlier Hampton School News, March out Thursday morning by Dr. Buford Parker's son's birth Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Hal- '
education of school children will one for such licenses and their 1948 (courtesy Mrs. Floy Sullivan Hembree at the Shadycrest Hospital announcement In last week's bert have their two daughtersof ::

cease to be Interrupted every enforcement. ) In Starke." Hampton News: He Is David Lansing, Mich. visiting here .
time.the liberals in Washington Annual licenses for most per- Roddy Chllds attended an Eas- Hampton School news March Clyde, born August 12, at Bradford with them this week.

decide to engage in social experiments sons, firms or corporations teregg hunt In Keystone Heights and April, 1953 (courtesy Mrs. County Hospital.Mr. Mrs. Tom Hardy's niece of Completely Reconditioned "
Williams answered listed, were raised to $15, from Ruth Perry visited in Green Cove Floy Sullivan):: and Mrs. Charles McKInney Miami has been visiting here ,
when Questioned why he is back- the $5 fee in the earlier or- Springs; Raymond Moody had Miss Home's fifth and sixth of Jacksonville are the par- with the Hardys. Royals Remingtons -

Ing the Republican candidate. dinance. Licenses for Coln-o- relatives from Jacksonville grade have been doing sand painting ents of a son born August 18, Levi Rhoden wzfti taken to BnW- ., ,. ,
Carswell is also the candidatewho Derated musical machines are risiting. and have planted a vega- at St. Vincent's Hospital In Jack ford County Hospital recently,
can best attract the conservative to be $50. All these readings From an undated copy of the table garden for a project with sonville. Mrs. McKInney Is the and four of his relatives were GUARANTEED TO WORK
Democratic vote in November of the ordinance took place at Hampton School Journal, 1947- radishes ready to eat. former Debbie Hawkins, and Mr. hospitalized within the week:
Williams says, and lathe this week's meeting, and 'the 18? "We are all glad the audi- Miss Raulerson has 36 pupilsin and Mrs. Charles Hawkins of Mrs. Harold Rhoden one person who will stand for ordinance is to take effect at torium is being painted and the first and second grades.. Hamilton are grandparents.Mr. ter-in-law), Jack Gunter Oils
up the beginning of the city's fiscal stage remodeled." Theressa pmnrinnn-fn-law) and Carl.Rho-
the Silent Majority in Congressand year. October 1970. boys beat Hampton In football. The School Activities PTA, March. 1954: and Mrs. William Carter den, Jr. Oils grandson) all at County Telegraph '
Hampton sponsored a
"expose the sham perpetrated and Lisa spent several days last I
VIvan Raley was artist for the Bradford County Hospital; and
minstrel "The Dew-
on this county in Congress SCHOOL SUMMER Dancing weekend In the Carolina Mountains PHONE 964.6305
school paper, and Kenneth Hess drips" in the school auditorium Raymond Rhoden, another grandson -
by the northern liberals. PROGRAM ENDSA and visiting In Henderson
and Vernon Slade were reporters. in Alachua General Hospital -
Friday night February 26.MEN'S .
"To make
a long story short watermelon cutting high- N.C. fn Gainesville: .
he is my kind of man." Wil lighted the last day of the sum-
mer program at Hampton Ele-
mentary School, and Principal
Lennard Register said he felt .1
the 8-week program had been ,
highly successful. He expressedhis .1 g t_ wi

( appreclattn to DowlIng's PERMANENT AG F
Fruit & Produce, Clark's Fruit i ai

& Produce, and Wlnn-Dbde for PRESS

donating the melons. DISCOUNr Sroees

It it easy to get something PANTSFAMOUS
to get you started and keep MORE OLD SCHOOL NOTES Say fez LPRICISS 'UTY
Jrsi.) ( ,
you going, when you are T MAKER 41 1 (

depressed tired, drugged out or From the March 12,1948Hamp- I* MAT'LLY. SOLD 10.00 to 14.00 ,} MOII *

ton School News: (courtesy Mrs. t t AGL d3PACI'
Floy Sullivan) o Never needs Ironing. *
111 Ca.' 'Bfy .*. :. cease1* Peggy Childs, Norma Jones, Superbly tailored In the *
:. 'fined. 'fabrict. D
** Bra Cor Coutr. Quality'
Barbara Matchett Earleena Norman -
FI. detailed 'throughout. 0/ COUNT $701s5
In re: Estate of Malcolm A. J.R. Batten. Charles Williamson .
selection of
I Okult, Deceased.
Donald Hersey Bobble
Notice Of Probate t solid. and plaid wY
The Stat Of fljrlda: Coleman, Carolyn Durden Mar- Sues 28 to 42.BOYS' .
To All PciMuna Interested IftThe. celene Frevatt Rothella Jones,
( dilate Of The Abovo.Named .
: Decedent: Earl Martin, and John Rusha Slight iol :
fc You are notified that a wrlt- had their names in the short
#ton Initrujnent purporting to items. _
?!>0 the last Will of the d.c.- news
indent baa been admitted to pro- "The Young Boys have seven 0-..
bate in this Court. new puppies at their home and
\i You are commanded within
KeUx calendar months from the are very proud of them. FROM OUR MEN'S SHOE DEPARTMENT! FROM OUR LADIIS' SHOE DEPARTMENT! *
date of the first. publication of From the April 9, 1948 paper,

I Court this notice and ahow to appear cause If in poaJalble. this- "Mae Hall and Margaret Hersey MEN'S I I MEN'S ORNAMENT G.E. LIGHTED DIAL G.E. 20" 3 SPEED FANS
why the action of this sold
peanuts for the 4-H club
Court in admitting the will FLIGHT
(fo probate should not stand at the rally at Theressa." LOAFERS CLOCKS

\\unrovoked 1(3) Theron. A. Yawn "Donald Draper got a vaca- MEN'S WALK SHORTS YOU SAVI 1.00 .Lighteddial .
tion, for flooded roads kept him High
County Judge. PERMANENT PIUS IA VI 2.00 r.6\. 1 ;= show velocity.
Publication August ST. in.
First tha S
1110. 1-21 .t -17 Other notes were aboutJosephIne YOU IOrrte at night. bladel.eGr.ll .
Thomas, Doris Parker, Sylvia SAW @' 'Mimatur ,
May, Gladys Bundy, Bobby 74t 7 6 } styling for swing
Joe Hall Beryl Pope, Robert ''I lilt It Ivy styled plaids & solid easy bedside out
.Sne> 29 to 12. .L.otMrhn.d. cl.onine.
Virginia Williamson ioUt and uppers, us*.
a Rah a Antique whit of big. "
I. Cotintr "..!lfe'. Court la shad.. MODEL MODEL
And For Bradford Couatr.:" a Ornament
Fla.In styling, 7299K 1 .W22 1styled.
re: Estate of Malcolm A.
Qault, Deceaaud. Black .Sets
Notice To CreditorsAll .Sna 6'1 to 12.
creditors of MalcoOm A. 6''*) to 12.
who died on
Gault. deceased
July U, 1910, while a resident MEN'S
; of Dradford County, Florida, 38*
are notified that they are reQuired nOM OUR HOUSEWARIS GARMENT BAGS YOUR CHOICII
to file any claim or BANLON SOCKS .*?.. ,,0.13, DI'ARTMINTJ
rl i. r demands that they may have MONKEY SEAT OR
YOU SAV1 90!
agalrnt his Estate In the Office
I .. of the County Judge" of OUR LADIES' ::
Bradford County. Florida, InCourthou.e I ,, w
the at Starke .2 hooks. 76
Florida. within six: calendar '4 YOU SAVI 70* j t
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NOW COMPLETE! month. from the date of the ss .t Block or Brown. Smart \enu/ VINYL
first publication of this Notice 2PC. POLO I Polypropolarw. ,ope..
An entirely new Each claim or demand ornament motif. Beautifully Strong plastic' "ats.
translation in the must duplicate be In and writing must and state filed tb.plac. In. JEAN SETS / lasted Sues 5 to 10. DOOR SWEEPS -

language of today, of residence and post office YOU SAY! 12*
address of the claimantand .
f be sworn to by the claIm- c. YOU + Th1
Edition (
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'" in one volume t.lthl'I become void accord"Sated : IAVI4se 37
H1 The Qld and New law.
t1 Testaments $8.95 thle'llth day of Aug-- .Jean are permanent press,
With the Apocrypha list a $9.95 William E. Oault Sr. closure. I 100% cotton denim.
Executor of the Estate !of Polo hot mock turtle neck, ."CL.
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: Services In,L. ButlerServices Held t ..' ,.,' : "U {Q'lP. l i? w tP/.Ct. tf :d199 t :

for G.C. Conner, 81,
Florahome. were held Wednesday -
Aug. 26, in the Brannon (. FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday
Chapel Funeral Home in Lake
125NorthwestofLawWopSc1111S. -
Mr. Conner a Bradford County Highway Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.
Morn- ; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Prac-
1404 E. Bessent Road
native, died Sunday morning at f UC1V4 SundayPriesthood 8:30: a.m. ley. .1Sunday Night Morning Worship and Communion Ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening tice, Wednesday 8 p.m.
his home in Florahome following Ing Service, II a.m. Evening ser-
Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacra- Wednesday
an extended illness. Brother Eddie Service, :: p.m. vices, 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30 Wednesday.
James officiated at the ser- ment, 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p.m.Rev.. Worship service -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
vices. MondayMia 7:30 p.m. Albert Knight, pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway :>100 A, Starke (Grif -:
Mr. Conner was born in Brad- TuesdayPrimary 4:30: pan. fis Loop).
ford County and lived most of WednesdayRelief Society PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Sunday School: 10 a.m.Morning
Ms life in Lake Butler and Starke, 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng 1A t'.1:0NCllBISTIAN: CHURCH' Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday Worship at 11. Training Union,
Jesse D. Branson, Branchn.ldent. Worship, 11 a.m. Pre- School 11 a.m. Morning Worship -
Florahome Worship, 7:30.
moving to seven years 6:30. Evening
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning 7
(Booster Band, Young Training Union
Services 6
ago. He is a member of the Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
Worship 11
a.m. Evening
People, and Prayer Service), 6 Evening Worship.
Church of Christ. Albert Foster and CW4 Lonnie L. Fullwood JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Worship, -James Shaw, pastor -' p.m.Wednesday7:30: Prayer Services 7:30.: -Rev. Don R
his wife
Survivors Include Pastor.
full-time National Guard; technicians at Camp Blanding1 Wednesday Drawdy,
Service and 3rd
Mrs. Eula Mae Conner of F'.ora- BAPTIST MISSION Midweek Wednesday 1st
horne, two sons: Herman L.Con- were recently promoted in {ceremonies conductedby U.S. 301 North, behind Tastes 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland, night-1 p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
ner of Palatka and Howard A. Col. Harry Hatcher commander HIID. Camp Freez Drive In, Sunday Pastor. BROOKER BAPTIST Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Wor-
Conner of Tyler, Texas; two lilanding, FAKNG. BROOKER, FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH
daughters: !Mrs.\ Kuby Strickland Foster has been employed( since AUK. 10, 1953 and vice, II a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun-' Sunday School: 9:45: a.m.; ship 11 a.m.; Evening Meeting Worship 7:30 '
Service 7:30 Wednes- Prayer
nr Ftnrnhnmn nnrt Mrs. VelmaMcleod : p.m. HOPJE BAPTIST.CHUFJCII 7:30: p.m.;
Fullwood since May 1951.;; The two warrant officers'"long day School 10 a.m. Ron Bris- Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- Wednesday.
of St. Augustine. ( 100 at Theressa)
Burial was In Mount ./-ion and valued service to the Florida Army National day.Leroy Olive, pastor, E.L. Sunday School-: a.m., Morn- Union tol, Superintendent.6:45: Lowell Training ning Meeting Worship and 7p.m.Bible;Wed.Study Prayer 7- Pastor, Rev. Robert West.

Cemetery under direction of (Guard was fully recognized," ('01. Hatcher says."' Griffis, associate pastor. ing Worship- a.m.; Training las, Director.p.m.Worship Services Doug-, p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST

Brannon Funeral Home. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ship7:15 Union6:30: : p.m.p.m.; Evening Wor- 11 a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, G.F. "Prevatt, pastor. Everyone Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-

BROOKER WednesdaNight: ) Prayer Ser- music director. Welcome. ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training
ASCS Election BallotsTo Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- vices7:30 p.m. Rev.' Merle Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship
ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Packham, pastor. 8 p.m. Wednesday night service,
Be Mailed SoonOn p.m. Training Union 6 p.m.- HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30: p.m. Everyone welcome.
Rev Lacy Conway pastor. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School, -L.L. Parker, pastor.
GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Morning 9:45: aon. Morning Worship, 10:45
September 1 ASC county program administered in hia I CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Worship, 11. Training Union, I.m. Evening Service, 7:15: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCII I
r committee election ballots will county. Others who may vote are:: 422 N, St. Clair St., Starke. ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 6:30: p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30p.m Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- I I
a minor who Midweek Prayer Service, 7:30.: I Ing Worship, 11. Training Union
supervises and con Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns pastor.
be mailed to all known eligible
-Rev. L. Tommy Howe -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.:
ducts the pastorSwwwwwwww
farm voters, according to Lea farming operation of an I Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.
A41k t ton Morgan Jr. chairman of the entire farm; a legal guardian who -Rev. Y.W. Kidd, pastor ,
manages a farm for a child;and a L r-------- wSSww ww ww ---------. .

I. CharleyL a' Stabilization Committee.Bradford County and Conservation Agricultural person corporation.; such representing as a partnership a legal entity or FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD prY.< .FX{1m; }}f::1:*}i;:;:};*fftimi:: ;; $:},fir..i: ::fiiiriii; : ;:,;'mr@; }:f:}Wi:};; ifi!a{!:mi:{.iiir:::::}}fi@ff::!: :!? !r@i(: :!:}fiiffifi1::: !::::!!:!:fASAS: :: :: fii:: iif!: ffii::::+..m... -I'f' :i,

Farm voters may vote for one Ballard Road and W. Weldon :
E. of the candidates listed, or they Voting by proxy is not allowed. St. Sunday School, 10 a.m. C.A. 1
may write in their choice on line Voters who certify their ballots Service, 11 a.m. Evangelist Ser : IIILABOR IS I I'I
Johns provided at the bottom of the with an "X" for a signature must vice, 7 p.m. Mid-week service, LIFE"Carlrlr I
,! ballot. To be counted, all ballots do so before a witness and obtain Wednesday, 7 p.m.Ralph G. &:: +E::':: ,I
About This Question must be properly! signed the signature of the witness in Kirkland, pastor. : :;::'t: t 11!I
: order for the ballot to be counted. I ::?< j jIT
and mailed
county ASCS or Office returned by September to the A list of known eligible votersis : Let's talk about labor-work, it you please, for that is what labor is. Labor, i!!! t [
"A ,raidfss!; renter causedi 11. Votes will be tabulated open for Inspection at the SMYRNA MISSIONARY IT has come a long, long way since ancient times when work was closely related iiiiff! .
:i fire that destroyed! threeof September 14, at 9 a.m. in the county ASCS office. Any person BAPTIST CHURCH : to slavery. Aristotle described a slave as "a tool with life in it." In the ::::: .,
m}' rental units just at ASCS Office In Starke. who believes he is an eligible 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- I Middle Ages, labor gained dignity and respect as slavery declined and Christianity ti! .
the hl'b ht of t the resort One committeeman and two alternates voter but who Is not listed should vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. I: spread. Then, I later in the 1700's and 1800's the industrial revolution created F:::a
sawn'" Is 'loss of rental will be elected.The can get In touch with the county ASCS Preaching, 11 a.m. Training i conditions that led to the modern labor movements. Today labor has gained }:i .
insurance" available to mot didate receiving the largest number office as soon as possible, Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- I t respect, wages and working conditions hitherto, unknown before. E
Morgan said. .
of votes becomes a member ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. ; Labor is life. I
: Work is
t f.-I. ami reports to compensate for a three-year term. Second He also said that any voter who -Elder A.G. Flynn pastor I satisfying. Through his :::
for such: accidental) and third highest become first has not received a ballot in the t 1 work a man accomplishes, and creates, and fiii: .
mall within a few days after CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS I ii provides for himself and his family. When deprived :}:a
? and :
f i- incs-' '' interruptions" second alternates who serve CHURCH of the .
the September 1 should call the coun- 1f opportunity or ability to work, man often I
on committee if
E. regular mem- ty ASCS Office to arrange to re- Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn- I becomes depressed, even ill. ?z" s"a":; I
Charley bers are temporarily absent of if delve Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- !i! t
a duplicate
a permanent vacancy occurs. necessary vice 6:00: p.m. Evening Worship j I Corinthians 3:9: tells us that "We{ are laborers
JOHNS AGENCY Any farm owner, tenant, or 7.p.m. together with God." We are His hands, feet, voice: EM':i '
sharecropper who is of legal Thursday night Prayer Meet ,I : and compassionate heart here on earth to ::;:::s E t
1 121 1 So. Walnut St. voting age may vote if he has an Cashmore Infant 7:30: p.m. M spread the gospel, lift up the poor, eradicate ew.: a '' f t.
interest in a farm and is eli- ignorance: and ) i
"hO"l e tH-o70: Ivy Luke PastorNORTIISIDE 11 destroy disease. bU 3 t
gible to participate in any ASC Services Held tii !
sat fritackallrrmtarma.. BAPTIST I ; Honor!, God and Labor this week by .t ;
CHURCH :i1 attending church. ',./ ,
Services for Infant Sheila 1E\ T1it .' .t
r---------------- Cashmore held Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ; .. jtt.w. ,'t.f I i f

t 3DAYREVIVAL I II Aug.Cemeterv.20, at were 2 p.m. in Thursday Santa Fe, Sunday Worship School, 6 11.p.m.Sunday Training Evening I #:tw:*:.. ?11i! !Wr}i r@..' 'A M'' I

I II Union 7:30. I ? rI.! : i3;: iiff{ :
I The infant died Tuesday, Aug. ThursdayTeachers W. i trHtfii@Mif :: :iW f ,
18, in a Gainesville and Officers I ::
She is survived hospital. Meeting, 6:30. Prayer 1f.I'IIf.IIIIIf.! q 4
ents and by her par- Meeting 7:30Edward: I lCH :: : .
!I grandparents. C. Harvey, !"v:. .' tilt (hunk It Mi oooolntoi'.. t. In HillwoiM ::: : : :::: t. .-'_.' _
DeWItt C. Jones Funeral pastor. ";': oiKr ,,:,,:,:,:,,:,::::::: :: : ..:. I
Home }:::i f : : :<:: ':':'::::':':::<':' :" : .
I was In charge of I I ::. :::.: f.r iirMdiitf. Wit kMwMfo of Mk !lo>. f:::::::::<< :: :::::::::: :::::::::::::::: w
arrangements. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL I ;: r: ra4 'In men mi of.Nil 4mwi4'lor IM M,..,.... ti1 : @i@iffifWt: ::::::::!::!: :.;. ,
CHURCH, STARKE I I : ft rhot' .Ion 1, Mnf(", kit mfMr.' Wilton, f-ifW: @f: i iii:: :iii ifP'! ....{ ,

; Laura Baptist Church BAPTIST MADISON CHURCH STREET Sundays Holy ,Eucharist 11 a.m. ,Morning 1st and Prayer 3rd- I ,1'i1i: WW_:. :Hill Lint irounflnt w witty In ltw H Itvo wef tf l M.(ft M rill fnim.bmfoniwt i !:1mm! f fifY 1.1 I

2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 i >1;:' A ond ''ho ,friifem whkh M MM w ff :ii: fifr#:: : a? r
N. '-..I.HIIOFF' 1T. S. :!01 Opportunities for service: -John M. Flynn, Rector. ii 'Gm'ff= *=. .. V CM', will 1..11.', "*A. Dmtlm." onnfrom Wffii...:.:.::.:,:'.:..::.:..::.::::<:W:. I
School 9:45
Sunday : ; Morning i ;t .ulflili" .. ,
"if tlo MM tlMvM"" upotrtIhi p:: :::: ::::: ::.f i
1 Worship, 11; Training Union,6:15: ; n Ownh IM tilt t.k..1 tilt..II."of. km-. A ;i.. .:::: :: ::4I
AUGUST 26 27 28 WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; EvenIng I .. : .:" ':< ,
I II toll '* Mi foiMlr. fcrurf Hut. .kwont. >,,<:: ::,,:ss''l:
Worship, 7:30.: LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH '' """Ati+ .
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.ti ',, + 1"rr M nM 1"4"" ".,""III ..n.nkl',". hi 4 4 iMif:: I. U
I I II Monday -- Youth Choir Prac Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; :" : '
Church kotovio It hit tilt trarti ikoutrnon'l %
: DIFFERENT GUEST SPEAKER tice, 7 p.m.Wednesday. Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- .
Junior ChoirPractice III* tarii itamn; 'Mw 'tnrtk ofikk It@: :
I -- 7:30 pjn. Midweek
}Wng Worship : ; :i :: fl'
RA GA Sun low will uf It Nvt .
EACH 5:45: ; Bible StudY, Wednesday, 01 LAIN ofM. r
NIGHT beams, YWA, WMS, business '7:30: p.m. : :. iff: 110..
meeting, 6:30: Prayer Meeting, _Vi
; Be in church Sunday
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Business Meeting, 7:30: ; Church .1..1 .
Rev. W. B. Mercer, pastor .
:( Homecoming! Sunday, August 30 Choir Practice, 8:30.: i CCN=. ..... ):

I Dinner on The Grounds --Denton Sumrall, Pastor GREATER WILL BAPTIST BETHLEHEMFREE CHURCH a I
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With Rev: Donald Willte Bringing The ;MessageSimins !' I II Slut WILLIAM H. (BILL) Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday i

't :) ; in the afternoon By Several Gospel 11; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service BRADFORD

I 1 Groups\ Public InvitedIw / 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams SUPPLIES Inc.
pastor. ABSTRACT CO. ,
-------J PUB. SERV. COMM.

_u. n U''. .u.. u. "_.,..uo. ..... Official Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware
Better Service I For Your
Complete Paint
STARKE Title Problems Supplies
Sunday School 9:45; Morning BULOVA WATCHES and Sporting Goods
Worship 11 Junior and Senior Abstracts
For ;
Vote 142 W. Call St.
MYF groups, 8 pjn. Starke
A WedMsday Prayer Meeting Title Insurance "Check With Us First"
tfid 7:30. 964.7064

Thursday--Cancel Choir R- 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881 219 Washington I St. 964-5270.


MEMBER I Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 TELEGRAPH


d Sunday, 30 August 1970 Headlight Adjusting SchoolBoarDISTRICT
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00: a.m. Morning Worship- Brake Service .__ .. ADDING MACHINES
"Redeeming The Time" (Eph. 5: -- -. .
Wheel Balance and
5:30 p.m. Nominating Committee Alignment PHOTOCOriCJU: tem. fHJflu
6:15 Training Union Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 Mar TOM UM olrvd *ry eat
iillb PROMPT of ..>tr ....-
7:30 p.m. Evening Worship ROAD SERVICE .

Although I am making an effort I know that it is ("God's Josh. 1:1-9): Measure of Success" All Minor Repairs 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE UOAL n....

impossible to see everyone personally. I would likeat Monday'i-.00 31 August 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100 PArtiOLar .-._"......
Youth Choir
: p.m Practice
this time to ask the voters of Bradford County to Tuesday 1 September 1970 tlO S. Temple Starke

this visit ask vote 10:30 a.m. WMS Council Meeting BRADFORD COUNTY
accept as a personal to your an 11:15: a.m. Program FLORIDA

support for the School Board Election District I on 12:00 noon Covered Dish Luncheon TELEGRAPH

September 8th. If anyone has any questions they 12:30: p.m. Business Meeting OFFICE: 8UPPLIX3 EDWARDS EST

would like to discuss with me. please call and I will Wednesday 6:00 p.m. Family 2 September Night Supper TYPEWRITERS ONTROL

come and see you. 6:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting; R.A. ADDING MACHINES Grocery and Market
7:15 p.m. Teachers and Officers
Meeting Groceries Meats Feed ft CMMirsi m.

, This is my first time in politics and I am not making 8:15 p.m.) Church Choir Practice PHOTOCOPIERS: from. IWJU GAS AND OIL

i any campaign promises. If elected ,I will do the 7:00 Thursday p.m.) ,Church 3 September VisitationW.A. 'of fU3.paler Sake word.lit* drvrfftrjr out Jack and Gladys Edwards 539 E. Call St. Starke
very best job I can for everyone in the county. I am Hogan, Pastor UOAL roa... U. S. 301 South Starke Phone

for good schools at a minimum cost to he) Taxpayers. First Baptist Church, Starke ...".ou tinnon' PHONE 964-5312 Inspections 964.5745 and for Estimates FREE

"When a man forgets him
self he usually does some Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better

fPd. Pol, ,4ljv. thing that everybody else re- Electrically"
members." -Keystone Helzhts-Phon* 473.4911

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In The Clrrnlt Court In County "."..'. Court.: Tn "NOTICF' Or FI.ECTIOV\ certificates!< has tiled sold certlflcntes ft. N ITS'. W 1S1.6' to FOB.
.IClBhlh Jiuiiclnl Circuit And Far. Bradford County.Vln. I. Carl Hurst Mrer of the for a tax deed to belanuod SEC 34-6S-JZK. highest bidder at the Court
LAWTEY In And. For Bradford CeutTiKlorlUn. : City or Stark. Florida. by vlr. thereon.. The certificate Name In which ***eir4 Mia hoiiirt door on the Sad Monday
: In rst; Estate of :1* D. Y1n. tue of the authority vested In numbers nnd years of Issuance State Horn**. Inc. In Month of September, 170,
( DlvorsaCsxa description of the property, .In which I I. the 14th day of
Action or lot Deceased. jn- by law. do hereby call a .the All of Mid 1 property. b ln .
No.Yrlnceee. Notice To (Creditor First Primary Election to be and the name In which It wavaxsesiwd the County of Brad tord. Stateof 1970.
By Ease Blaoohard le PrldKen.' Plain All creditor of U D. VlnIntr. held at the Fire Station tn the are a* follow: Florida. Data this 20th day of July.Irvmjin .-
'tiff. .".. Emmett PrlilKCnfondant. : .v.-> deceased who died on aforesnld City by qualified Certificate No. 105 Year of Is. Unless such certificate or certlflrates 1970.
:HURCH SCHEDULESGrace July 20. 1970 while a resident voter on Tuesday. September Kiianr 1998DrcrlDtlon shall be rsd em daecor D. Omen
In The Name Of The State Of of Bradford County. Florida 8, 1970 A. D. for the purposeof of Property BEG ATotVNE4t <1ln r to law the property de. Clerk of circuit CnurtOt'8radtord
Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Smith Florida are notified that they are re Electing the .following: oftl. of &-A 178n IDbtE36) rrlb.d In such certificate or County, tora i7
United and TO: Defendant In the abovestYled cars of 8EV4. S certificate will be sold to the i-'

School Methodist: Sun- family, Mr. and Mrs. Randal 'c.u.eRiDGEN.; whose re dsmandaothot11itheY may. have Group 1 One Councilman ::':: ::-::"::: :::::,::"::: :'I--: : ";,.:; ; .,.. .... .
Jay 9:45 a.m., Worship Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. Dearl : : against his Batata In the Of* for two years. : :: : :::: ::::::;' : : : :* :: "N (;;: / :.:z:::. ::::::; <::-
[services 11 aon. and 8 dence In: Boulevard flee of the County: Judge of Group! 3 One Councilman, n
p.m. Bradley and son In Jacksonville. 1700 U ;West JefPerson Bradford County. Florid.n tar two year*.
-V.S.C.S. met at the Church on Mr. and Mrs.J.D.Clark visited the Courthouse at Starke. Uroup 6 One Councilman,
Tuesday Los Anftoles. California 90018 I TAKE THE GUESS I
First Baptist evening of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Cloversettle In You are hereby notified ..thR.tault month Florida. from within the six date calendar of the Inspectors for two years..For Said Election: WORKOUT
: Sunday School Keystone Heights on Sunday. for divorce of the marriage cleat publication of this No* Mrs, PPHTRV Shnller :
|9:45 ajrru, Worship services 11 Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Futch and between you Loe and PrlJften the has Plaintiff been tlce. Each claim or demand Mrs ..Myrtle Dennl. :I;
Princess and filed\ Are earl Mathews
and 8 must be In writing
em p.m., Training Union children Mrs. Mamie Futch filed RKBlnst you. a* In duplicate, and must stats' Airs Jo Hlla Hardy
"7 P.m. 8 Midweek services Wednesday visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith Plaintiff princes In the Loa above Prldgen-stYleA no the> offlco place address of residence of the: claim andDost Mrs Mrs. Hess Krnetnlnn Burn Denmark OF VOTING' I
and Mrs. Beulah Revels>in Palat- Court and cause and you are re ant and be worn to by the Merrill strutli .
Church defense or
of God: Sunday School ka on Sunday.Mr. Quired to file your file claimant his agent or his at* I:. D. Tenly. Sr.
Complaint as
BIO ajno.. Worship services 11 answer to the torney. or It will become voidaccordlnA' William Holland
a.m. and Mrs. Lee Green were therein with the ClerK of the to law. fda'". Kiln Mne! Chnntaln'
and 7:30 pjiu. YPE Thursday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albert Circuit Court Courthouse In and for, stacks Bradford Dated this 17th day of August. In testimony whereof r '
7:30 p.m. Smith In Maxville during the County 32091. and serve a copy A. D. 1970. hrrvunto subscribe niv name I
Highland Baptist iFlorlda at tor. (S) Charlie Lou Vlnlng and coats the St'nl of the sold I
:Sunday School week. thereof upon Plaintiff, P O. CHARLIE LOU VININO: town to be hereunto, Affixed Vote For A Man With Proven
1:45 a.m., Worship services 11urn. Visiting Mrs. Mamie Futch last Dra'wern1149. 301oNortlh MainStr..t. Estate of this the 8th Pay of Septem :
and 7:30 p.m., Prayer ser- week was her granddaughterSusie Julnesville. Fla. 84401 LED.oVInInRfDeaa: bee(5tL11/: A. D.. 1970. ::
10 1970 First publication on August rr
Ices Wednesday 7:30: followed on or before September Curl Hurst
7 choir practice. and Putney Jacksonville.Mr. and. If you fall to will do be eo takonalfllln.t n Do- 11. 1970.George H. Pierce. Atty.P. CAUL IltJRST. MAYOR : r -.. Ability To Do Theo b Well.
Mrs. D.J. Putney came for fault Judgment relief de O. Drawer 1030 Attrat l f: Moil rlll KrlwnrcN ;
?RSONALS a visit on Friday and Susie returned mended you In the for Complaint the and Stark. Fla. 8.27t. 8.17 MERRtLL C1JIRK KDWAHDS. CITY ::.ti:. M i
home with them. shall pro-
Friends will be Interested toM Mrs. L.C. Billiard Daryl and need thereafter expnrtc.mid cause hand and nenlf 8-13 4t 03TfOTICK ::1 --- Fairness To Treat All Citizens E-
that Mrs. O.J. Phillips WITNESS :
Susie spent the weekend with Mr. said Court this Bat dav ofMIICUM. T will not be responsible tor OF APPLICATION ::' II }:::
In ::'r:
patient Baptist Hospital and Mrs. Sunny\ Kite at their cot A. t. 1970. Starke. any debts Incurred by anyone FOIl TAX OKKU..: : .::': qua y. r{
this ... ,
acksonv1l1e. other than mvself. Dated arc I III.til. H. .."
We are pleased to note that tage on Skinner's Lake. Daryl is "iNMAN D. GREEN 18th day of August 1970. Slan- Notion IH hprrbv Riven that : ,
spending the week with the Kites As Clerk of the Circuit ed Annette L. :tree J. W Hulsey '' t
{rs. Edward L. Kaiser Is re- in Jacksonville.Mrs. Court 6 27w8tp 0-10 the holder: of the following : :.:; --- Efficiency To Save Our Tax Dollar. :
tuperattng at home after several In and' For Bradford County :::: '
C.Y. Mayo of Tampa is Florida. ,; .
aye In a Jacksonville hospital. visiting Mrs. Will Edwards and By: ; Beulnh :M. Moody %ii

Mrs. Joyce Futch was Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Moore this A. Deputy 'B.8 Clork 4t ,.? For Maximum Beauty. TO control sei insects r
overnight guest of Mr. andre week. and red spldsr, shrub* ... Honesty To Make Decisions
F.C. Moore In Live Oak. bery should be sprayed i Based
Mr. and Mrs. 'IIIIIIII'
Mr. weekend and Mrs.visitors Roger Padgettere of Mr. were visiting Mr. and W.M.Mrs.Patrick Mon- SPRAY during before- the cool, next\\"If 0 week"prelrin"l. ;i., r on County's Best Interest. |:!

roe Isgett and Mr. and Mrs. Joe .11I
I Mrs. Earlle Padgett.
Spake in Florence S.C.last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Crews Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trayler V Vote ForJOHNS -. Knowledge To Do The Job Cori i|'
One or two sprayings of 11
pent their vacation visiting Mr. 5
have returned after spending JacksonvilleBusiness l SHRUBBERY oil emulilon should ta* ::1;
Mrs. C.O. Sellers and other their vacation visiting Mr. pplled now for best re rectly. Accurately.'r'; 1
Blatives In Auburndale. Mr. and sults.Our. ::
Traylers relatives in Corpus Randy ::
( Sellers ::
rs. accompanied them :
me by way of Silver Springs. Christi Mr. and, Texas.Mrs. Jack Wainwright[ NOW! ;#: -- Desire To Be The Best Clerk A- :::::;::
Mrs. Ernest Wells has returned 1!
and family of Way cross,Ga.were staff of traIned expert I vailahle.
from an extended visit with Mr. Saturday overnight guests of Mrs. servicemen Is readyserve
and Mrs.E.B. Wells a you.STARKE.
and sons In
T.L. Wainwright and they all LOR IDA 8
untsville, Ala. ->:o
enjoyed a family dinner with
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Louie Lee Wainwright and familyat DirectoryAuto e EST ti
latter part of the week with

Irs.llle. C.E. Strickland in Gaines- on Mrs.Sunday.their John Kingsley Brown Lake'cottage Mr.and Mrs. Sales and Service: 0"101. rt \. : / Would Sincerely Appreciate Your Vote and '|:j1

Kenny Terrell of Gainesville Mitchell Brown and sons, Paul a aRrINRl,10. 96..57.. .;> ': Support on September 8th. if'
pending the week with Mrs. and Jannett

roast Wells. Mrs. Van Prescott Norman, Richard Mr. and and ParrishMotors {:v:::::::::::::SWAtta:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'rati:::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::;::2::::.:::.:.:.:.::;::::::?:::::::::::::::}::{:::,1tsvi:2hs::: : :::::::: : ::{::}::::}:.:vv: ,,::;nv': :Ykt'' .2n"+s'w''fv.'w'2: k::::Xih:: ":+$: :.2 i':et'i:

sited On Sunday Mrs. Mrs.Emma Joyce Mott Futch and Kim spent the past two weeks Is_________e.r_e._ra_e.______ra__-__en r._r.w_
fishing and swimming on Kings- al --------- -------------
|Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cone in ley Lake. SALES I 1 ,

cooker Saturday overnight guests of SERVICE PARTS I I I rBEEF RIB 11I

Mr and Mrs. O.J. Anders were CARD OF THANKS SIRLOIN 1 1

|Mrs. N.J. Strickland of LIthla and
Good Used
Always Cars
Irs. Elnor Rice of Gotha.On Sun- The family of Henrv Tomlinson[ 1 j ROASTII 1
i 121 Laur. St. Ph. 356-5654
wishes to their appreciation -
f'day they all attended birthday express FOOD 1
't dinner given In honor of Mr. tor the lananess ana sympathy 1 1
i:Anders' nephew Roy Andrews in expressed to us by our ELECTRIC<: MOTORS 'BONELESS SHOULDERSTEAKS 1 1 ti
friends and relatives. -
;f Jacksonville. many I
'A, Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Bradley Mrs. Maggie Tomlinson and PEAVY Brothers I 1 98 ILe
5 attended the air show at Cecil family. 1 1 FAIR 1

;Field on Sunday and visited Electric Co., I I 1 1 i 1

ii I 1I e
&, Electric: Motors --------------------
Sold Serviced :Repaired 1
Jenerators Starters Armature I 1I CHUCK

,, days a week ]Rewinding 1
i t 4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 I FOOD FAIROUAMTV $ I I II

,;, 1 I 1 1 whem Savings' Count., I
j IMANOS US OtK Of araicullurr 1 ROAST

IPS ABOUT 4:30: in the afternoon. The doorbell rings. A CONN YAMAHA and KIMHALL PIANOS; CHOICE I I .. 1I I

policeman says, "I'm sorry, ma'am. We've got your ORGANS I 1 58"PRICISGOODTHROUGH 1R 1 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER Z.I .

youngster on possession of marijuana." LB I I aD LB ; quantity rights re..d.Toastem I

Under our laws, your child is now a criminal At age 1 1 1 1

12, he or she might be imprisoned with drunkards or sex ". 1

perverts, thieves or murderers, until the case comes to
trial or the child is allowed out/ in your custody. 'LoiIII .ti.O. .ii t


r, .Ihs v.ry young lea the, proipvctwith put into offvct a ttnsibl. 3-pmnf, FR ER$ LIVER
wry bins thane of rehabilitation program in florida. 1 Help lawnforctment ... fiN."SUC'.QUICK n ZlN
, And Iho real criminal tho. personnel everywhere KIMHAJ.I "SVVINCJER"; .:. .
dope puthvr very ofton u,.l" off in 'tho State, on all lovolt. trap ORGANS 3169 ._. "29.C'.., ,. e 1'0 C
:Ita 49
of and
loo lightly' unlawful tolling drugs nOOlnf'Ulall3AA8dIO! : "!COS La'LAVO.KIST
narcotic 81 CNIICt
I tpontorvd a bill in thu yeoi t
Senile Scttion, thai could receive :
7 'Inthtut' a massive program WESTERN
Ih. problom: an unlawful drug 1 STORE
of oducalion to inform allpeddbr _
could bo hoed up la
people on Iho Iruo osiers of
$100000 I and imprisoned for lifo.." ;
e drugs, how to prevent thoir abut.
and .tho Court would havo au* LITTLE DUDE
and how to enlace their, vitfimt6ddohnq RED DA.T.ttPEAS' FORMULA PANTRY PRIOI
discretion in ,reha STURDY WHITE
Ihorily ta ate
healthful I, utaful I lift
Western Store 9"PAPERPLATES
14 years of fighting pushers 3 Provide adequate treot- ......... AutRNi.220z
and helping, children hoe taught mint and caun..lling ter thou
mo much. who n..d help 1 Western Clothing! Leather- LIMAS 3 LB CREAM

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PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL (d) JURISDICTION.-The circuit court shall. have all original .
? which Is also violation of rte
county or ordinance, a
municipal ((3)) Except hereinafter m eountas having a
AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON Jurisdiction not Tasted In other court, and such Jurisdiction of law. In a court In which a jury trial Is not provided shall b.. lation in excees.of one h pv. elective .p.

NOVEMBER J. 1970 appeals from 01. trial courts aa la prescribed by law.certlorarl They transferred, upon demand of the defendant to a appropriate' th* court abolished by that article who .t office Ilf

shall have power t Iu writ of mnalI" iunction. court In which s trial by jury may b* secured. ly before the affective date at thl* artlcl shall serve \J.
NOTICE OP ELECTION prohibition, quo ol
writs rwceaaary or proper to the complet..nmlr of SECTION 22. Scnadufa *.- der of their tam .deputise the clerk of the circuit court In
of 1969 Jurisdiction. They shall have 'II power of direct "1. of their respective counties with o not toes than they were .

and 1970 WHEREAS.under The the Legislature Constitution of the .rolnItIU.action prescribed by law. ( ) Thle article shall replace all of Article V of the Constitttlon receiving Immediately baton the .date 0 this an... .

State of Florl a. passed Joint B..olutlonopropo.l SECTION S. court*.- of 1885, a amended, which shall than stand repealed ((4) la Escambia and Broward CounUee the person bolding :
amendments to the Constitution the offioae of dark of the circuit court Immediately before the

of the State of Florida, and they did (a) COUNTY COURTS.-In each county having e populationnot this(Cb) E.c' to provisions the ..ln' law Inconsistent and rules 'th* provisions In force on ot -of the articl. shall become, for the _

II News IF IFBy deternlne and dlrsot that the said Joint In excasa of one hundred thousand according to the lastdecennial the al.* date' of this article shall continue.effect until i cut clerk of the* respectree w
Resolutions be submitted to the elaotors census or census authoriaad by general .law, a in no. In a manner authorised by the constitution. offices are I e S2fX2)( )'this article.B -

of the State of Florida, at the General other county, .shall b. a county court unices 1u apa ( ) In Eecambta and Broward Countiea the persons holding .

t Bleotlon to be held on November }, 1970t shall have bean alo.and not reestablished, by vote t (Cc) On In* effective date of this ric and until changed by the office of clerk of the court of record b

I ; Elizabeth Given Walker << lector pu' ._'a county court In oounll t general law adopted thereafter, .a b* established In th the effective date of this articl. shall 1"1 \ '
It NOW. THEREFORE." I. TOM ADAMS, diction without shall e magistrate not be .court .a ountw. JaI circuit court in each county m which I population Is la cane circuit _u to their reapeettv* counties/ tot the remainder 0 .

A. secretary of State of the Stat. of Florida of one hundred thousand according tI eenauor their torn*

SCHOOL BELLS next meeting will be held in do hereby give notice that a General (b) COUNTY JUDGES.-Then thal b* provided b law ..1 I other census authoriaad b general domestic (Cn) DELETION OF OBSOLETE 81 I.-
relations division division and
will be held In eaoh CountyIn a e
Lake City. Election or more judges for each county pbl c d. .- dieS hove power, by .
Until .
School Bell for the teach- Florida on the First Tuesday after provided by .required ( f. articl any eubeecnon of this -
rang herein. each such bear cases assigned
which date pursuant
East Coast Ministers And Deacon the First Monday In November & all event to which
(c) JURISDICTION.-County court shall have the to the _
ers pre-planning session Monday adopted by supreme court.
Is November 3. 1970. for the ratification Ju. r become appoeabl bar A togtalative
to Mt. Sinai .
Auxiliary Baptist by general law. provided by .
Aug. 24 In the various schools or rejeotlon of the Joint Resolutions U.b any. county WI." officio judg t (Cd) After "'I article. become effective, and until changed b] -l fact mad .a beds r a o this

', In the county. The pre-planning Association Rev. W.D. Deois proposing amendments to the Constitution magistrate court within the county. Condition upon which Uw consistent this article: .t b subject j .

session will be two weeks. Sept- Moderator Rev. L.W. Thomas. of the State of Florida. Tin chartered counties or municipalities may authorize county courts (1)) T supreme cu shall ban th. Juria diction Immadiatel] (Co) EFFECTIVE .- otherwise provided herein,

ember 8 school bells will ring president The Association will to lasue procesa and.. try violations of their ordinances may b thtot.eased by It. thla elide shall become effective at 1:01: o'dk AM. Eastern
prescribed by law. Standard Time.July 1, AJ> 1971. .
for the students. begin Fridav nleht Au (2) District: court of appeal stag have the jurisdiction Imme '
SECTION 9. theretofore exartiaedby them.
Calvery Baptist Church Rev., NO.I MDlott. Clt.- dl"'l
DELL CHAPTER 168 13)) Circuit court shall have th* lurudlcUon Immadiatel .
Dell Chapter will hold a monthly L.W. Thomas, Pastor. Senate Joint Rnolutlon. No. 171 I (U> COURTS.-shall ba a mlral court In each county theretofore exercised by them and. by all the court abolished 0.4 I '. ..

meeting Thursday August 27 at 8p.m. The public is invited to attend. A JOINT RESOLUTION\ proposing HI amendment to Mdion 2' dlstricta.or. I th each. county_ b* died Ito magistrate court court shall thl al.. .except the Juriadlction/ vested b this article In b ..' "

( Florida rsUtlrto I 1.1 curt dlc& t
article VI. o( UM Constitution ol the "state o .
in the Masonic Hall on GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL have abolished, not "Ie of th* for
; 'bU. Cmi.Sul
elector electors (4)) In addition to the trial of each
pursuant to law except, a court exerciauig county
Brownlee Street. All membersare A.M.E. CHURCH Rev. C.E. Jen- Ba It JtesolMd, by tile Ltgltlatun at fAa Slat of florid count wd. territorial Jurisdiction In l... without s county court stall have a of the ml..oo." tberetofonexercised House Joint Rnolutlon No. 8858 and 4040

asked to please be presentand kins, pastor service schedule as cou not be aoU"'ad. M.iln.. court district may b* by the county judges court. the county court, the A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing amendment to Article
amendment to section 2, article VI.of 1M a .
That Uii oUowtnf consolidated juvenile court and small claims court presided over by the
or any .
follows 10 by State of Florida adding
on time. : Sunday School at a.m. lw.b of the Constitution of the
Constitution of the state of Florida U .hereby greed to and sha county Judge, wherein ouch court elated In the VI .
There is an interesting pro- All members and friends will be submitted to the lectors ol this state for ratification o. ( ) NUMBER OF JUDGES-Thar shall ba on. or nor county Imlll before the article became .ffectlve r. 1. permitting finance the the Issuanc construction. when authorised of air and by water saw pollution, .'

for entertainment attend a Missionary service at rejection at the gsnenU election to be held In 1970: for each bn to
gram planned your Jld. magistrate court as provided (5)) courta In each county dull .exarcuej In theii and abatement and solid wade disposal facilltie k be

Mt.\ Zion A.M.E. Church at Law- Section 2. ElectorsEvery dirt of the United Steal. who Mql. and districts the jurisdiction in civil cues and operated by the state or by ""ni counties,-
U *t I least tlfhtnn/ yean of age end. who has ben (cl) JURISDICTION. Judges of magistrate courts o the trial Juriadlction In cases the respectiveanus authorities and other t be
BRADFORD-UNION NAACP toy at H a.m. The Choir Union s permanent resident.. for on In UM state and. six "month* 1 In perform such dull* and raercla* such Jurisdiction a claim court wh cal .u. small pledge of all or any .or rental*

will be held at Hope Well at 3p.m. a county if registered u provided by Uw.shall b* an. elector 01 prescribed by general law. Conditions upon which chartered courts magistrate. h.1 of ortl. from operation of ouch tacilttlee. apodal asssss

MEETINGThe The Junior Choir will that county Provtaloni may ba made by law for other. boo fide counties or municipalities may .ulo.magistrate courta toIssue clmml HUlsborough County, and Justice of the and other revenue* for ouch
regular meeting of the serveas resident. of lha Kate who are at lout 1 .lrnte/ <" process and try violations ordinances may be I oou ImmediMely. before this article became peace each mot secured by I-and p.

Bradford-Union NAACP will be guest choir. All members and yean of a|* to rate in tha election of praatdantlal' elector prescribed by law except In the case of chartered counties, n Judge being limited to the jurisdiction &hotofa.n.u.exercuwd by State of Florida for certification by a elate fiscal
such .
shall be to prow
friends are inlted to attend. .utho.y I..n a mlra. court to try the of which he All of by pledged revenue
was judge tours.Nall w
held in Lake Butler Wednesday !MO.! 2 county unless In the charterof c.. coroners and. Jud." maglatrstes. .a. .pay lw. debt an for
2 All members and th. county or approved by rote of th* electors of th. the of the ruf credit of
night Sept. bonds; providing pledge
interested friends are invited to The Gospel Train Soul Revivers Controlled Commit!. Joint Rotolutlon No. 2 county. (.) When this article becomes effective, lo district., authorities, a a sgenci

attend. will appear at Mt, PlSGAH .: A JOINT RESOLUTION preparing an. amendment to th. SECTION 10. Additional judges for any ((1)) AU courta not herein authorized shall coos to exist and count 11 mlnclp lentala to the to state ._
for loans
Church Sunday nits at 8 p.rn.Aug. Cons.ilutlon of the tut of Florida, adding new Section 14 .0 court except the supreme Jud.-ldltonl by law upon jurisdiction to conclude all pending err and enforce all prior chaaa agreements; providing l

I CHURCH ACTIVITIESRev. 30th Lincoln City. Article X, relating to legal majority. certification of need by the eo"supreme my .uthoril. judgmenta shall Test In the court which, under this article, woul agencleaB .
v Jurisdiction of the cause If thereafter Instituted AU It ty the LttOatun of th* State of,"-
Jasper Williams, pastor Do It nctolatd by the Legltlatun of Hit Slati of FloridaThat : SECTION 11 dliiltloiu of court*.- ot, and property held by court .bolUhed hereby shall b* 1..1
VU of the
Bp.cllle c/ul amendment to
service schedule as follows: the following amendment adding new section 14 10 tandeered to the proper officer of the appropriate court under That the following adding section 14, la AI end shall be 8

Monday night Choir No. 1 will Article X. of the Constitution. of the State of Florida It hereby (a) DIVISIONS, JURISDICTION uniform system of spe- this eruct.. C.ltuUon. electors of Florida for ratification or
to and ihull ba submitted! to the electors of thu state for divisions. of the circuit court may b* established by mitt i
rehearse. Tuesday night Ushers Vet NewsVeterans agreed cl.ll (2)) In having a population In of one hundred to be bald In November 1970.
ratiilcallon or rejection; ., the general election to be held i In .law In all counties having a population In excess of on.hundred thousand cu". to the last decennial .or other census .n.r.lon
Board No. 2 and Choir No. 2 1970: thousand according to tha last decennial census authorized on. Section 14. Bonds for pollution control and abatement fI

will rehearse. Wednesday night other census authorized by general law each division ..rln o,' Juvenile courta by g .I., and judges of county... Ju..courts shall, ter-( ) When authorized by Uw state b pledging
I Section! 14. Legal Majority: doo .IR 0 be an electionto
the specific jurisdiction. fixed by general law become a jwu which faith and credit of the stats may
Prayer meeting. Thursday night county they
of World War D and Every person shall roach legal majority upon attaining the egg redd Th.. of the civil court of record of Dede finance the construction of air and water pUutl
the Ladies!! Circle will meet at and thereafter have all the (b) be provided by law one o more Jud. a and' .U waste disposal rWt(b referred
of shall
the Korean War eiuntean ((18)) years, right oIUI.- the criminal courta of record of a
dischargedunder HUrt ,
the home of Mrs. Sarah Prince. and responsibilities of an adult. circuit jd division of a circuit court Monroe Palm Beach, and Polk to aa "faclliti** ) t opted by any mu.county
Band will other than dishonorable who Judgea only of the circuit ou m the out In Count!*HUroU.felony Oc. of Voluble County.the district or authority, or .(Ch to .
Friday night Prayer "r. :3 which their respective are situate. Judge of "local governmental agencies"), 0 by any. agency the S.. o
conditions and who suffered a vR civil and criminal court of record of Pinsllas County and the
meet at Mrs. Prince also.Satur- divisions shall be respective divisions by Ihe.lectors Florida. Such bonds shall a pledge of
courta of record of Bravard Bscambla Lee Manatee b_ a
day night the Senior Choir will service connected loss or per- House Joint Resolution No 5512 of th* county In which their dlviaiona are situ-.. Sarasota Counties Ba. me Judges of the circuit court In payable primarily from o of be. derived
a t of facilities, special asisss 'tents. '
I sell dinners from the kitchen. manent loss of use of one or which reside of various courta from operation a
both hands or feet or permanent A JOINT RESOLUTION\ proposing e revision of Article V 01 (Cc) JURISDICTION OF oES.-A Judgea of the circuit who count I judges the A Ju to this section anal to be received -pU agreement herein
The breakfast activity spon- the State Constitution relating" to the Judicial department 01 court In each county. specialized divisions, shall serve.u c' ou* provided for. any other _n. my be l legally evsiUble
sored by the men of the church impairment of vision of both the government shall have Jurisdiction to hear all J.within the Jurisdiction of with c' judge.nmel.Judge o lr" "pl. for ouch purpose, including revenue from other raWt.or any j
the circuit court In that 'r ot. c thereof herein collectively
eyes to a prescribed degree county. combination ( nt .
courta of
was a success. The same activity for VA of B. It Rewired, 6y the Ltglflatur/ of the Stole of FloridaThat : Beech and Polk D.. Dv. HUlrU. O. h revenues"), cad shall b. additionally Mcurd by the full f/l
will be sponsored by the men may qualify a grant SECTION 12. Eligibility.-A Justice or Judge shall) b* a tithe Volusia Count. co. r and credit, of the Stnta of Florida. i
beginning at7:30a.m. The up to $1,600 to be applied towards the following proposed revision of Article V of the Stall' and elector of the ".". and reside In th* territorial jurisdiction of| County .proprl number the
Sunday : of record of :
court Escambl, and Sarasota (bl) No such bonds shall btt loud unkss state fiscal ogency
.. the ..... hi. A justice the court or judge of a district Bwrd. 1. I
and shall be submitted to supreme
purchase of an auto- Constitution Ia agreed to .n
cou. shall b .
and of th crcotad] mtida that in f Ucalynar
menu will be grits ham Count Justice supreme by law a no state
of Florida for ratification or rejection) ., the next general. *'lc court appeal or court of review of administrative action Hurt cll d.lnln.ton I
mobile service In the circuit In the
other of court bonds
or some will the diLl tarvica th. rob
eggs, toast, butter jelly, orange means lion to be held In November 1970.Substantial have been a member of the bar of Florida for lha preceding ten oou cna dlvoR rwiuiremanta propos
county In which "' .. Judge of the division of isrucU mid, all other bond by ante
conveyance. A Judge of a circuit. court must have been a member of jwnl lured pl.dee rnl.1exccolaOly.ry.
juice and coffee. y.a. the court of record Escambia County of ..
of the
Artlcu th bat of Florida for tha five Each of. a Juwl : ((73)) per cn. pledged
Sunday is Educational day all Veterans with military ser- ( rewording of article. For present text eee p years. Ju court and Juvenile and domestic who .
V. Bute Constitution) county court or magistrate' be a member b judges of circuit courts shall b* assigned cou* Juvenile and ((0)) The atat may touts any of such facilities to any locallovcrnncntnl
vice after 31 1955
members are asked to please January may of Florid union otherwise provided by or special lew domestic UiiJcr : for such
relations divisions of the circuit court in Use county In r.Ocy. I..pah.olo.m.n.
remember the pledge for edu- also qualify, according to M.T. ARTICLE V which thy reside, nd Judge of Jud..' court* who pjrioJs and under such oilier temps and GnJltlon. may b*
SECTION 13. Vacar e.-'lh. shall fill by count
Dixon : .0. become mutually > l Trw local govnrmontal ssorcloi may
cation. state veterans service appl Jud.of ciu' court* to the probatedivision cCae upon.
JUDICIARYSECTION ment al vacancy In judicial office. Judicial In the county In which they reside pl'-J.a; t:0 from each facilities or any
derive .
All members are asked to director. To be eligible they may ba established" by law, and appointment to judicial cu'cou other aitJib leY.rU.funds payment of rentals! th.reund.; and,

please cooperate with these acti must meet the same quail- 1. Courts.-Th* Judicial power shall be vested In I a office may ba limited t nomn.of ouch commissions All ((3)) In counties having a population not In excess of on It _'Jit!'on, t* fall faith aid credit and mating: power of ruch
cations as veterans of World supreme court district' courts of appeal circuit court, county) appointment to judicial nominating" shall be subject hundred thousand acrdi to the but decennial .u or lard cc..inuitjl: neunclae may Uo plotted for the payirunt of

vities. War n and courts. magistral courts. court established for the trial 01: to confirmation. by the Senate" other C.n. general. lw. Judgea of the count mea! rtnttls: wllltout, any o! ctlon of freeholder elector or quaii-
Mt. Moriah United Methodist Korea. In addition offenses against ordinances of municipalities or chartered coun Judges' courta shall become Judges county court fwd. iloclorsi .
clear evidence is required to tie, and if established by law a court of review of admlnlstntiv SECTION 14 Eltclloni, t.rm.- count In which they reside In counties. having population not .
Church Rev. L.J. Perkins, pas- show that their disability action Administrative officers or bodied may be grantee of one hundred thousand according to the last decennial ( ) The tcto may also luua such bonds for th* pa.--.o,. of
tor Services will begin with qualifying quasi.Judicial power in matters connected with the functions of (.) Justice and Judges shall be chosen by the elt within census or other census authorized by general .law, Judges of !runs; 12 .I) govcmiho..tal a?crc:cs, for tl:o ccrir.ruc.lar -
Church School at 10:00 is the direct result of a their offices, and their orders shall be reviewed u provided by) the territorial jurisdiction of their respective 1. same juvenile courts who hold no other office shall become Judgea of o. &:>1. .to be owed or operand by any ot sj.i

a.m. performance of active duty.It law. manner aa other stale' and county officers .elected or, when the county court In that county, and for the remainder of their local iovcr; .iinuntal acru.tes(! Such loans thou bear Irtarcst it rot
Morning service at II a.m. At is important Dixon proved by general law. In nonpartisan elections, axoapt, the terms, they shall mom a salary not less than they received u nor thin ano-1-.alf: of ono per cant par nnnum e> very SECTION 2. Administration; practice and proeediin.-The. .tho of selection of judges of th* cur of review of adminls- juvenile ,courVJudf'<3 Immediately before effective date of list i""",11: iuua of tutu bonds pursuant to this sactlonhall
3 p.m. there will be a service says, for veterans to remem- supreme court shall adopt rules governing: iti.* may ba p..nb by T. judge of the court of of Ac jo '.. tl.o pledged r.yorue. and may ba additionally'
in fie' interest of the.Stewards ber that payment can be made hail become of the county court of County? i..1'.J'!
of tile church.: All members and (.) the administrative. supervision of all courts except court (bl) The terms of ) justices of the supreme court. judges of ( ) ot the .i .,1. ) .
only to the seller and never to eetabllshed for the trial of offenses against ordinances of imintci. district courts of a Judges of the court of review. of courtaJ oI.Uc.| "p udM* "' *. a ttalms-magistrate :

friends are Invited to attend. the veteran. Veterans are urged, polities. or chartered counties, administrative .ppal.circuit. judge shall b.* for years HllUborough, magistrates" Braved traffic court of (.j) The total outstanding princlpn of .:ota bonds UiucJ purui .
a County and th. of.mall TcourteWho :, i: to tlili section 14 shall fifty ((30)) cent of
The Sub-District The terms of of pat
meeting for therefore to before county and magistrate hold
(bl) the assignment of Justices and.. Judges including conwntini' be prescribed Jud.general cou. of justices cou 1.1 no other office. shall 'jud.of magi'tratercourte"SuSicTSifu Ho lot tax revenue of the flat for the two preceding fiscal
the M.Y.F. was held Monday they make a purchase all I. T. 'n 1. for the remainder' of .
as .
retired justices. and Judges temporary" duty In any court, supreme court and.. judges th* court of appeal mlte court y.-.
night Aug. 17 with Mr. Calahandas transactions must be authorizedby b* appropriately staggered .. 1.1 I..) with his former territorial .

speaker. Refreshments were the Veterans AdmlNstraton.I (cl) pracUc. and. procedure: In all court. Including tie tlm< ((5)) Until otherwise Provided by county of .

served after the program. The for seeking appellat. review, SECTION It Dlac/pUn/ ; ...,,."t, "'mu- the for .a"unu J

w--------- -- (dl) the locations for holding court,ande .. (a) Thar shall ba a Judicial qualifications commission corn.pond auci to .rtry or a justice 01 tic paw district

01: Imml.1 effective d.t or this .
( ) the transfer of any matter" to the proper court when Ui. ac"
Jurisdiction of a court hu been improvidently Invoked. (1)) two judges of district' courts of appeal appointed the ((8)) 1h! lVno provision' ha* been mad for the judge of any rO.5
GAINESVILLE judges of those courts and two Judge of b court abolished by this acl. such judge shall become a T judge'

SECTION. Cklf Judice.a .- pointed by th. Judgea of thor court.; and.. ciu. a of the cou in which m .i the 8matr part M the Juridic..
more than. two Judges of the court provlo b iron of previous court the ..melnd.ot hi. tomVoTin Hour Joint Resolution No. 792A

I ( ) The chief" Justice of the supreme court shall. be N. dual. administrative action appointed by the Judgea of that court one the" event h. becomes a circuit judge, for the ..mlde ol a JOINT RESOLUTION amendment to Section 11

administrative officer of the Judicial system.b judge of a county court appointed by th. Judges of those courts 'n expiring with 1. terms of other circuit of Article X of the proposing Constitution a providing authority

Business and on. Jud of a magistrate' court appointed by the Judges of (r) SPECIAL LOCAL ""OVISIONS-Th. following specif for sal* of "- Flora land only wham In th*
DirectoryAUTO ( ) At the beginning of each regular session of the lef islatui those cou; provisions ohall '"?''V. to the """P"1 """a and.. counties public interest and Ibr for private use of
the chief justice shall by messsg Inform It of the condition, or superseding incon..tnt general provision: sovereignty lands .uoy not contrary th*
the Judicial system and. recommend measures for the tmprowment (21) two electors who have resided m the ". and been public In .bq o w.n t .
of the administration of Justice. member of the bar of the "state for sight years appointed by (1)) For pwpo.e or the article' 'th.exception 01 action
the governing body of the b of Florida, and. 7, Ahu County shall be con.dR having a population 8.1 It Reached by the tagssastur of the SMI of Florida: !I

SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES SECTION 4. Supreme. Com.OROANIZATION.n. .- not federal ..or.on. hu thou until after the 1980 the following proposed amendment of Section 11 of I
I ((3)) three electors who have dnl Ta
resided In the state for
., .nau. X of the Constitution of Is agreed to and stall b.*
(a) .. court shall consist or and have never Judicial office been members of the In Flora
supreme b.1 or b. ((2) Escambia County until provided by submitted to the electors of the ratification or rejection ;
seven justices: on. of whom shall b.* chosen chief. justice by thmember appointed 1. governor.b approved by rots" of the othoi. urTtU .
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Fans Inc. b electors and BO.a County t the general election b* hi In November, 1970: i
of the court Five Justices shall constitute a quorum. otherwise by law shall be clark
The concurrence of four shall b.* necessary to decision.\ ( ) T. member of the Judicial qualification common oha also ?provo" *. board."' county commissioere cunty who Section 1. Sovereignty tands.-Th. till. to lands under navi-
shall 5 county within the of the which have not
staggered term not gable
OLDSMOB1UB!: SEEDS PLANTS .pprop"'l a and *>U perform the duties bu. "Ie.
(Cb) JURISDICTION supreme court: years fo member of the commission | .n .U..ted. including mean. high water line. la
SALES SERVICE Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS office political party or. except aa provided t, publ by the state, by virtue ol Ite sovereignty, In trust for all the
Fine Selection of Used Can ((1)) Shall hear appeals from final judgment of trial court office. The commission shall elect one of Its members 'la) In Embl..d!! Bow Counties until otherwise provid .opla. Sal of such land may beeuIodred
imposing the death penalty and from order of trial I courta and chairman ed by u 1. court shall serve by Uw, but only when the
Taken O. Cadillac Trades We Rent Fertiliser Spreaders decisions\ of district' : court. of appeal Initially and directly passim all _.lnt courta In "' respective counties land a nfrforn. public interest frlvat urn of pln of .cl funds may 6e

2001 N.W. 13th: Ph. J78-5391 on Ins validity of a state statute' or a federal. statute or treaty. (c) Th supreme court shall adopt rule regulating. proceeding duties preecnbed by law In Polk County the clerk pron! ...I1 law, bat only contrary t the public
224 N.W. 8th Ph. S7S-047 or construing a provision of "'. state or federal constitution. of the commission. the filling of vacancies by the appointingauthoritiea .criminal court f' sTr"UnW otherwise' proved by law! I I.. .

and.. the temporary replacement. of disqualified clink m. and pronn,.
GLASS ((2)) May review by certioraii any.. decision of a district court Incpi..t members. After recommendation of removal of sc bu law.
of that affects class. of constitutional state officer.. the record of tic of thecommission
appeal or or Judge proceedings .
Inc.TOYOTA (4) No court b* established by thla article In
Barkley Motors, that pease upon e question certified by th* district court or ..lti".1 shall b* mad public.dl ml. oU before the date of
appeal to be of gnat public Interest, or that la /In direct conflict: any cou" Ime..1 .tfa.
this article than the
LIDDELL with a decision of another. district court of appeal or of the ( Upon recommendation of the judicial qualifications: com peace cou..I. No.6
court, or null claims court judge holds no ,
supreme. court on the same question of law and.. may .tans writ m.uon.. concurred In by two thirds of It members the supreme except a magistrate court wo..* established in oth.County
of prohibition to courts and commissions in causes within the may order that any.. Ju of "'. supreme cou.Judge of the effective date hereof.g
Jurisdiction of the supreme court to review, and all writs near district court of 1. court of administrative upon Senate Joint Resolution No. 1592
4 wheel drive end ears Glass Company to tha complete. exercise of It*Jurisdiction. action .pa.a circuit and when by ( ) LIMITED OPERATION OF SOME PROVISIONS
an to the State
Sales Parts Service law any.. judge of a count court o jades of a ((1)) Th for election to Constitution, prop .ndm'of
qualification appointment or Judicial amending ( ) Article III, providing
lawhall from final ba from once.with .
((3)) by may reprimand, removed .
"Glass For Every Purpose"Store W proved h.a.ppe.1 dl.plno section 12 shall not to th future election for four
Clean Used Toyotas I .. of trial courta. Imposing Ip.m.n' for willful or persistent fail or fed by apply year term lo members of the Hour of Repreeentetlv. .
h. .
cmp.tln. to Judicial held after
Pronto! Mirrors entered In for the validation of .. pn. or by t.m Imedllly .
1700 N. Main 376-1266 I or proceedings bn u to perform hi. dlU. other conduct unbecoming e this become. .
Tub Enclosures-Shower* cataa of indebtedness, and. issue writs of ..ror the court mm.of the Judiciary; or Involuntarily retired for any disabili- acl S. It Jcesofiwc! ey the ttgltlalur' of the Stait of T"r
of review of administrative action and ..bloo seriously interferes with the performance of (2) No justice or judge holding office immediately" after this
Furniture Tops Glass Replaced and of mandamua and h dull effective That the following ejnendment to Section IBb( ) of Article '
by law writs quo wato and which I le permanent. article becomes who held judicial office on June 30, I
I officers and "state 1967. shall be subject from judicial office pursuant ot the State Constitution I Ia agreed to and shall b* submitted
VARHEYLLincoln .nc. (e) A justice or shall not serve after attaining lha of to section 15 (e). .tn' the lectors of Florida to ratification or a the nest
((4)) Th supreme court or any ju may taeue mil 01: seventy yean ." Ju complete half of which .neral election b* h.1 In No1 .jn:
Mercury I NEW LOCATION habeae corpus ..'ubl before th. supreme court or soy upon "temporary. assignment..n h b ((3)) Except u provided In esctlons 1, 2c)) 3. 8 I
tic*, a district appeal or any. Judge thereof, or any. ] .n 2. thla article shall not apply to having jurisdiction for Section 1. Ta and qutn of leglaUton
1228 So. Main Gainesville circuit jUd.SECTION (>) The power of removal conferred by this section shall fc. trial of offense against cu. ._ of municipalities orcounties (Cb) REPRESENTATIVES. M.mb of the house of reps

2201 N. Main Gainesville 372-8191; 110 cumulative to the power of Impeachment and to the power of ntetlves shall b* elected four yean Those from
S District court of afpttl suspension by the governor and by the senate as to districts tr
37M251 I judges of county court. and judges .mv magistrate courts. ((4)) Th court authorised by Article VIII, sections 8e( ) andlyre swum numb those In from y.odd the numbers of which .
). of the Constitution amended In 1968 shell not be multpJ lo a numbered districts In o
(.1) APPELLATE DISTRICT'S-Jib. state by shall ba dl a
Borne MEN'S WEAR Tided Into not more t rou appellate district' I. one count ((1)) A justice or judge removed from office shall be subject todiscipline affected b this article except u provided In .Uo. 1. 2c( ). 3, nuh. yean th nU.n.. following of which era* reapportionment not multiple of, ;
misconduct .
for and 21
s* an attorney professional prior or .m
a Of or contiguous count!. ... shall ba a district: c.of appeal during his tenure In office. \ iresmuur*. sub b* elected for term of tw yean when .
In each dl consisting of not lesa than Judge Three ((5)) No'w"'o the provisions of section 7a( ), and until ceaaary to maintain staggered terma.Ho. .
each case, and tic concurrence of two shall hw, the third u
STAG 'N DRAG ju cr" SECTION 18 Prohibit ecHvlffetJustices of the jii cu' con.l.'uted
Mereary-ColIsI'-Coonflnf'lltal!! oupme Immediately prior to the ..
of the
court. of district' : court of jade thl a.
Mark HI-Enirlsh Ford I (b) JURISDICTION review ju.amlnll.actions app. of circuit courts I.U continue t contul a Judicial circuit,

I Cleanest Used Cars Available S Griffin Suits devote' full U. .Judicial .They shall not engage (h) NUMBER OP JUDGES.-Until dunged by law the number ?

: Arrow Shirts. Ftorafeelm Sleer ((1)) District court of appeal shall have Jurisdiction to beat the practice of law o hol office In any political party. Similarprohibitions of judge of that circuit court tn each circuit shall be tha .
with .. to Judgea of other courta may be number required by section 7c( ). the
Forms! Rentals appeals, which may ba taken .a matter of right, from finaljudgmants I_
or of trial Including those entered proved by law. judges of 01.courts becoming by operation of Hous Joint No. 1282 .
Ttenufv Academy Ladles Sportswear review of co. to the o thai no Wth on additional Judge I J. In which I Iutln
mminlalratl.atn. dl appl SECTION 17. Judicial salaries. of the supreme court located Duval and In the circuit In .
County one
'' Judge
court or a -.. A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing amendment to Section 9
2 STORES-13 W. UN1VERSI'I'Yand c and of of "'. of review ofadmlniatrativ ana a
oupn judges district courts appeal which I la located the state capital.I .
cou of Article VII th State
I ord. such ass extent provided In rules adopted by Constitution to authorise
... o
shall .ho .
GAINESVILLE MALL action and circuit cow e
POWELL'S th.supreme. court. salaries by general law which shall not comptn1. d.mlOJled. b (I) ELECTION OF JUDGES.-Should provision fc.* made by boards to I v taxes In ...of ten ((10)) mU '
MOBILE HOMES during fed for which they have bean elected or .ppolnied. law "the nonpartiaan election of and Judges In odd- p. up ten ((0)) yean for capital improvement purpose
Beauty Academy ((2)) They shall have the power of direct review of mml.U. unless 1.u a part of a general reduction of applying numbered yean the first such .law jc_ that the term authorized TOM of .I w. .of
I .. action a* may be p..ob by law. uniformly to all salaried officers of th* ...... o circuit Judge of each judicial office beginning next after the first such .lection freehold not wholly leapt .tlon.

shall ba to than th* salary paid shall b.* on year shorter than a* otherwise provided herein.
Learn a Profession In Tour MUSIC ((3)) A district court of appeal or any. Judge thereof may tsaua judges of paid district a salary Mu appeal o greater nor shall any judge of a B. It /teaolved/ ey In. of the of.
writ of habeas returnable. .. curlo 0) NONJUDICIAL DUTIES OF 'UN
that court COUNTY JUDGES-Until
or Judge
.ro any ..
Spare Time. Pull or Part Time I thereof or ... coru any circuit Judge in that district. district dtc court of appeal b* paid of a a equal to or greater than of otherwise provo b law the nonjudictal dutiaa required of That the following amendment to Section 9 of Articl.. VII of .

219 N.W. 10th 378-278A court of appeal may issue write of mandamus, osrtiorait I, prohibition salary paid and to the jc shall.prom b* c.compensated Judges by county performed by the Judges tic county the State Constitution I Ia efned to and shall b* submitted the
quo warranto, and other write county co co. court In counties In which that office: and o In lecton of the stow lo ratification or r at the *.
i BALDWIN eierclee of It Jurisdiction. To th* extent necessary. i cp"l_ cal rums.. a*by provided lw. and by may law.. comp.1 nonjudl- which there *Ia no county cu the*la.* performed count by section to b* held In Nob 1970. .jtol .

ELECTRIC MOTORS all issue In a cauae properly before it, district court of appeal .I officers to whom they may .* esssjned by proclamation of the
may .".r any of Ins appellate Jurisdiction of the govtmor SECTION Local _.
M tiNs court. c' SECTION 18. Grand-/uries-

tl;.. (Ck) COUNTY, SOLCR. PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS (.1) Countiea school districts, and municipalities shall, and
ELECTRIC I SECTION 6. Court of .. admlnlttntlu/ ectfen.-There (.1) The composition length of service rd number of p .- by law, county solicitors or special districts may, ba authoriaed by .Uw to levy ad valoremsxea

Motor Repair Co. ge action composed of n Use cu three Judge. It shall have counties may be reasonably c.,1 on th* but of population.b t prosecute the classes of crime wthi of for "'.respective purposee except ad valorem taxes on IntangtI -
appellate' jurisdiction o appeals from such -v Immediately the date thl*article I* personal property and taxes prohibited by thai .0n&tn
action u may b* prescribed by law admth ( ) A grand Ju shall ba convened In each county at __ The ot of county solicitor or county
O'vffle Ctr. 371-535 each cute, and th* concurrence of 'T J tl cl.a .in each year proascuting .Ue. U .I shall not be abolished In any (b) Ad valor tales, uclustve ot taxes levied for the pay.
Of Gainesville Inc. Shoppin decision. The Judges of th. court shall b.* county .c' by "Ie of of that county. met of bond and axes levied for not longer thea two
Repairing! RewindingNew Ip.m.nt. (cl) Th proceedings of.juries shall b* regulated by rule I) POPULATION of ((21) years, o not fovea than tW( In the see of taxattutnattd
a county court
adopt by the supreme In( which COB.J d by a school board for capital ..."
and Used county of Ir. we
a hu uthariaed by vote of the electors who
MOVERS SECTION 7. Circuits courts dl) Cicept u a reasonable Incident a report of findings fi rlif "11111 .to *. di l anus or other .u therein not from a .
i SSlt N. W. 11th Ph. J71-M1S I. law freeholds wholly exempt taxation, shall b*
j I relating to the and of facilities .ulo TaSUr11 .n' *ls of 0
adequacy car puli property all _mad In exeeas the following mluagsa upon the as.sed value
(.1) JUDICIAL CIRCUITS-Th state by law shall. b*divided. the conduct of public business or a d.. .r a the oou I" oou" or real estate and tangible personal property: for all county
remainder of
Ito judicial. CICUlt each composed of on* county o contigu- by public officers or employees, no pon. aperntnwnt. ro e t expiring with ot ((10)) mills, fer all municipal purpose ten (110))
circuit and
Farm and Industrial Long Distance MovingStorsr ou counties containing a population of not lea Ulan on* other than a formal charge of' rune. which 10 I judps to t ".b to chief J- mUI p-, tr school purpos ten ((10)) mU.; and for specW
hundred 10" according to the last decennial or derogatory of supine curt .I division authoriaed law
.n.u any apl ol by approved by TOW of th*
Equipment PackingCrating other ....ulorao by .n.... law except, th. County of prn. tic circus court oou" .dutl. mil of freehold therein not wholly exempt

shlpBte Monroe .al''" on 1. circuit. SECTION 19 Stall ,..- .a Judii circuit a state' (ml) CLERKS OF COURTS.-After t effective date of this from _nl A county fi municipal service may. to
attorney shall be elected for term ro.years to perform article, clerks of cowls shall continue serve u follow: the n_ ath_ by additional taxes within the
Santa Fe Tractor Free Estimates CallHILL'S (bl) CIRCUr CORTS.-T shall be a circuit court Ine.uh duties prescribed by lew State attorneys stall appoint such limit fixed for municipal p
number of assistant state attorney a* may b* authorisni by law ((1)) Except a"provided, the cl'of th* circuit

of state" and aaslstent state attorneys court will cont. .In such of I 1..eepMive
ji FORD (Icl) CIRCUr JUOI.- ba at least one circuit T n.o.general ...ume... "xI oount IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have hereunto
I Judge ."' or major fraction lat hand and the Great
.ah Seal
((2)Ifn count! affixe
Tractors Implement m
Farm In each circuit. hav. a population not In excess of one
according to Hat
Van Service Inc. th..r t .1 or SECTION 2O Altomtyt. tdmlaton and daclfltn*.-'Th* *upreme hun thousand according to the decennial census Of Stat. of Florida at Tallahassee,
USED: EQUIPMENT other crew by Uw b .
I Judgn of the .ulon"" 'u" In each ci Jud... a court shell have exclusive Jurilo to n-irulali. In ajvh .ulo by law. I.1.calks of the 0 tho: capital, thin the 20 day of August'
except .
SAIXS PART SERVICE!: cut I .. prremhrd liy U*
olhcrwsw herein manner and thruuiih such _n< cu by J1"1 who A. 1970.
Th w
pprovided of i
R4. O'vUte c residence of e ruin, the of .law and Uu> .. .. the effective or Imedlll DO
3S40 N.E. Waldo > admission of persona to of article
y 4488 N. W. Cth 378-2348 i circuit. judar may be fined by law. hu th.1 not bo chsrwd with 1 pl. d t .
l of udmlttrdMKCIKIN 01 Ned twm .
3724271APII .'l u> an. Iniumbcnt during tenure in office d..i'.I.| |pasta county In t.respective
GAINESVILLE. FLA. wllrmul.. hw rrmwnl. .nluu count. wit_no.. than they wen receiving taunedlateh (CSE) TOM ADAMSSECRETARY

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ThailandSp5 Beasley Unworried

Paul J. Welmer, 21, of

Keystone HilitesBy -..-..- Keystone Heltrhts. son of M/SeC

Phone JIM 173-4148 FOX : -i iERE i I News Notes and was Aug.Friday Mrs.21.Wiled in David In Bangkok a road E., Thailand accident, Over QualificationsLAKE

By Helen Egan He and S/Sgt. Arthur J. Taylor

JL 11111 27, of Alexander, Va. were Beasley, who said he movedto
riding in an Air Force Truck CITY Not even tor and resident of the district Tallahassee In 1967, saw
N' THERE which: skidded on a wet road 25 the state attorney general's from which elected and shall nothing unusual In applyingfor
A pink and blue color scheme COMMUNITY CHURCH Kelly (Ruth) Greeson assistedby miles south ol Korat Air Base. office Is passing judgment on have resided in the state for a homestead exemption in
Tommy Bird has been .was carried out on the refreshment : Mrs Nettle Stitchberry who The truck plunged Into a ravine the qualifications of M. L. period of two years prior to Leon County while maltain-
..Sp-4' for two weeks with Ms table and on the gift table Officiating at Installation served as hostess at luncheon Dinning the two men. Beasley to run for the 16th election," the Constitution de- ing his qualifications as a voter
ne was a stork make of silk, holdIng Two other Americans aboard District House seat. clares. in "I owned a
Clay County.
Df Pastor Stuart McCord Sunday
: on The 2
Mr. and Mrs. John Bird time. September
puents] a baby in his mouth, about to the vehicle and the Thai driver .But the Keystone Height And that would seem to be there," he said,
23 t 2:35 In the place up
,id his sister, Susan, was home August a : will be In charge of the '
drop her down the chimney of a candidate didn't the that, except for the fact thata
terms at FSU. Tommy Sanctuary were Steward Chair- Nightingale Circle members with were thrown clear. appear "and I owned a place Keystone
-Ween) house. Among the guests were Weimer had served In the least worried. He said he hasa man listed as M. Leslie which I
Spa 5 Heights,
.. Wednesday for Ft.Ord.Calif. man, Ray Farris as Leader, assisted Mrs. James (Ellolse) Cook as
,.ft Mrs. filed for homestead
the maternal Beasley
grandmother, precedent to back his
Air Force 3 1/2 years and was up leased.
,here he will be stationed. While Elmo Yarborough and the paternal by Trustee Chairman,Roy chairman. All members of Circles exemption in Leon County

.ommy< and Susan were home they grandmother, Mrs. Wilbur Turknett. Mrs. Wm. A. Nail was are urged to attend the stationed Services at are Udorn tentatively Thailand. set position.Beasley, who opposed Incumbent last March 17, a little more HE WENT ON to say that
:a0 I) traveled to the Smoky Moun- at the organ. She Is the suc- work shop not only your particular than five months Accord
Kinnard, both of Melrose. Saturday Aug. 29, in the DeWitt Eugene Shaw of ago. since he was no longer actually
jns where they attended the play Association cessor: to Mrs. George Canova. one, for It Is that effortof to Dick Brand, chief deputy
:, The Parent-Teachers C. Jones Chapel In Keystone Starke in the Democratic primary ing living in the Keystone
These Hills" and visited The formal Service of Installation fellowshlplng together and exchanging
Under will honor the Keystone Heights. Interment will follow In for the six-county post.Is tax assessor for Leon Heights residence, he was not
18 Blltmore Estate and other Heights High School teachers witha was one of a Call to Ideas, that make for Keystone Heights Cemetary. a registered voter of Clay County, the records list Beas- eligible for the tax benefit. "I
.laces of Interest. luncheon on Friday, Aug. 28 at Worship by Mr. Farris. with progress. Survivors Include his parents, County. The 16th and 17th Districts ley as a resident of 1313 To- couldn't claim homestead exemption
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith 11:30: at the City Hall. Parentsare members responding. Following COMMUNITY CHURCH PICNIC three sisters, Mrs. Robert Mc- linked together In re ochin Nene in Tallahasseeand here so I claimed it
Col. and Mrs. David Nel- the Invocation the Cajl was made held at Gold Head Branch State
i lilted Invited to a reception to begin Nary of Atlanta Ga. Misses presentation. also include also list as general there," he explained.
>on at their new home at Wesley at 1:00: p.m. to meet the and the Candidate: Pastor McCordwas Park on August 22. The committee Sandra and Coree Welmer of Baker, Bradford, Columbia, manager of the Florida Electric
r Ilanor In Mandarin, this past teachers. presented to the congregation In charge was the Boardof Nassau and Union counties.. While in Tallahassee, Beas-
One brother
reek and report they are settling In aprocesslonbymembenof Stewards with Mrs.A.P.(Sara) Keystone Heights. co-op. ley is recorded as having registered -

ito their new apartment get- Hoard of stewards ine Messen Hallman Chairman.Roy Turk- Frank Maternal Welmer of Keystone "HE HAS NEVER taken his BRAND SAID Beasley Indicated to vote in Leon Countyon
uig acquainted with their neigh- MEN AND WOMEN Mitchell, Watson Ashton and the nett and Mrs. Miller Wrinkle had Heights. grandmother, name off of the rolls here," to his office that he wasa Jan. 30 and of having vot-
Mrs. Cora Marshburn Keystone
Mrs. planned the of the after ed in the Tallahassee
ore FROM MARS INVADE McLean and Chrlstotters. sports Clay County Elections Super resident of Leon County at city
Mayor. and Mrs. Ray Starnes KEYSTONE HEIGHTSThe with Mrs. Grolick representing noon, which Included swimming mother Heights Mrs.and Carrie paternal Welmer grand-of visor Samuel Saunders said in the first of this year that he election on Feb. 24 of this
.ave returned from a trip to the congregation\ and some enjoyed horseshoe Lutz Fla. Green Cove Springs Monday. was a resident on March 17 year. But he sees nothing !irregular
forth Carolina and Virginia. Annual picnic-meeting Dr. Albert C. Holt pastor pitching., The} food always goes. "He's been on our books here and that he Intended to remain in this.
Diey! visited the new Ski Lift at held In Keystone Heights Aug. 22 emeritus offered the Installa- big, especially with the youth all of the time." there. "It didn't disqualify me"
leach Mountain N.C. where one and 23 with Herb and Lola Nelson tory Prayer of Dedication and and that appeared to be the high And that would appear to Gen. Rob- from being able to vote in
if the new attractions Is the out- hosting the get together. asking for the Blessings on the light of the affair. meet the qualifications listed But Deputy tended discountthe Clay County, according to the
toor, play "The Land of Oz"per- Servant of God for Community; ROBERT MORRIS BIRTHDAY days together. Those who were under Article III, Section 15 ert Kelly of the home- House candidate. Beasley
ormed on the mountain top. In This MARS Group Is made up Church. Pastor McCord delivered The members of the Keystone here helping us celebrate Included of the Florida Constitution. stead Importance exemption applicationIn added that he had researchedthe
ate City Va. they attended the of dedicated amateur civilian radio the closing prayer. Order of Eastern Star held their : Palma and Hubert Chlt "Each!: legislator shall be at determining B e a sl e y "s issue before he became a
Family reunion then onto Following this service of Starke Peggy and Wayne 21 of an elec- candidate and decided that
;tames operators who are a back-up a reception Annual Birthday celebration of ty ; least years age qualifications to run for the
Ewing Va., to visit Mrs. group for Military Affiliate Radio was held for Pastor and the Founder of OES on August Hersey of Theressaj; Buddy and House from Clay County. his situation "would not in
;tarns brother,Hubert Wheeler. System, a world wide group. The Mrs. McCord., IntheEducational 22 with a covered dish supperin Merle Ellis Teenle and Roy While declining to state an official ( any way affect this particular
The Starnes son and daughter- Third Army,with headquarters at building. In the receiving line Masonic Hall. A goodly at- Crenshaw Joan and Jerry, and home after a 10-day trip to ( opinion on the matter, district race."
n-law, former Keystoners, now Ft McPherson. Ga. sets high were representatives of the two tendance, and especially fine Jean Russ and Jeremy Pierceall Monlta, Va., where he visitedhis Kelly said he was inclined to He added that former State
Pensacola have Just returned standards of operations. church Boards, Messers, Turk foods was prepared and servedby of Gainesville; Otis Meltonof brother-in-law J.C. Jones, feel that "this homestead exemption Treasurer Ed Larson lived for
'rom Europe where they visited nett and Farris, and Mrs. Barry members. Mrs. Betty; Sikes Hampton: my brother, Wayne and then to visit his daughter and thing doesn't affect years in Tallahassee and voted -
x>ndon, Paris and Rome. Wyman Sr. President of the and Mrs. Dorothy\ Koons were in Jimmy Pa'rvls; of Jacksonville.More family the Eddys in Atlanta, Ga., his race." in city elections there
Mickey Brokas, son of Mr. and Saturday many guests or early- Church Women. charge of the Bazaar Table.Worthy good news at the Chltty; Mrs. Cheshire of Pompano, and while also voting in Clay
other Stefan in Pensacola fori welcomed with an informal with a white linen cloth, and greeting of fellowship to those came home Saturday from of Jacksonville, spent last week Glisson state elections director the homestead exemption

i few days before leaving for "Happy Hour" at Nelson's. flanking the floral centerpiece attending In this remembrance the Bradford County Hospital, with their mother Mrs. H. T. left the question danglingas claim, he said the flexibilityof
:hattanooga University where he were silver candelabras with yellow supper. Homer Sikes offered the after suffering a heart attack. Smith and their aunt Mrs. Ruby far as her office is con the law permitted him to

g enrolled for the Fall term. Sunday, the group numbering tapers. The Rebeccas Circle Invocation. Visiting guests from Granny says to thank all of you Wolfe. They were all visiting cerned. "I don't think we act as he did.
Ma.). and Mrs. A.B. WatsonJr.and 58 met at the Masonic Hall for a with Mrs. Ernest McLean Gainesville chapter were Miss who visited her,and rememberedher In Clearwater, for a couple of would have the authority to "It's where you're living at
their two sons, Tom and social gathering followed by a chairman were hostesses for Mary Larua Johnson, Grand In prayer. As we have seen days. Thursday night, they were make that determination," the time," Beasley declared.
Sob spent the past week with covered dish picnic-lunch and an this colorful and friendly oc Treasurer of OES and Mrs.Vera In Grannys case, there Is certainly Joined for supper by Kleth and she Declared.
Us parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.B.Vatson informal business meeting Col. casion. Members of her Circle Brice, P.G.M. and Vincent Brice, power In prayer. While we Laverne Cheshire of Gainesville.
Sr. at their lakefront served as assisting hostesses.The PGP. This being a family supper and Charles
L.W. Buckalew of Orlando Dir- were running back and forth to Sam, Dorothy\
tome on Lake Geneva..MaJ.) Wat- rector Fla. One,was main speaker dainty sandwiches, luscioustea several children: of memberswere the hospital I spent one night Henry Butler of Ormond Beach, RE-ELECT
ion has Just returned from a tour with Bill Wells of Gainesville cakes and fruited punch were present. and ate several meals with my and Charles, Louise and Paulette
In Viet Nam and will now be the acting as 'MC'. compliments to the entire pictureof grandparents Hubert and Palma Strandberg of Jacksonville spent
Jlspensary Commander at Craig festive fellowship, enjoyed by PERSONNALS Chilly in Starke. the weekend with their mother,
Mr Force Base in Selma, Ala. all. Invitations were extended to and
A drawing held after the Mrs. Jo Strandberg. They
Mi. and Mrs. H.S. Wright and was all the churches of the area, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Godwin, Lamar and Gladys Malphurswere Lillian Norwood attended
and member Tom and
meeting every received several from St. Williams and Sr. of Spring Lake have been down for another long weekend
hlldren: Ann
: HI, and Mike, of at least three valuable the Hale Mizell ReunionIn
Cala spert the past week in Electronic Melrose Churches Joined In this enjoying a visit from their son, Her brother C.W. Causeywas Lake Butler on Sunday. Elbert
ottages. While here they visited Mrs. Stuart McCord. commercial arrUt, ....... i house again. Bootele and Jerry Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and
nth Mr. Wright's sisters, Mrs. Visitors come from Jacksonville Several new members were Angeles and Hollywood, Cal. Lowe and son Jerry spent the children T.C. Jeff and Joan spent
V.H. Redfearn. Sr.and Mrs. A.B. Sarasota, Ft. Pierce, Ala- Introduced by Pastor McCordat Plans are under way for Harry weekend and Raymond Malphurswas the weekend In Charleston S.C.
Vatson. Miss June Redfearn chug St. Augustine and points in the momng service on becoming Jr. to have a "Sidewalk" exhibit down Saturday and Sunday. visiting Nell and Don Thome. D.

laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mich- between. Hal Mulkey, MARS Director members of the congre- Sat. August 29 In downtown Key Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Barrows Wednesday, Dr. and Mrs. w.s.
lei Redfearn returned to Ocala Third U.S. Army was unable gatin. stone Heights. The hours will be PERSONALSMr. Mcintosh and son Charles of
rlth them for a few days visit. to attend because. of... a pre" The Executive Board ,of" the from 1-4. and Mrs. Daryl Barrows Ormond Beach and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Gilbert Reed hosted a vious commitment. Church Women with Mrs. Barry The Harry GoodwIn Sr. have spent a few days this week visit-
Baby shower for Mrs. "Junior" Wyman, Sr. President met on been entertaining several their ing In Jacksonville. Naples of Gatllnburg, Term Saunders
ordan of Melrose at her home on Everyone enjoyed their visit August 24 for the first meeting grandchlldrn: of their daughter, Charlie and Vernette Morrisof visited the Millers.
.akeview'Drive on Aug. 19. Ap. and are looking forward to the of the Fall season.COMMUNITY Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Kendree and Houston, Texas, spent the Judy, Carl and Lori Thomasof
)iroxlmately 25 guests attended. next MARS Festival CHURCH of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Firth weekend with Pete and Joyce Pompano Beach spent the

WORKSHOPMrs. Goodwin of Jacksonville.Mrs. Barton. weekend with her parents, Mr.

::.::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::?::;:;:::::;::... Fred (Bea) Smith was Ruth Martin of Greensboro Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Bobbins, before
:8 chairman for Circle IV at the Fla. has been spending and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter were going on for a few days visit In I
Workshop on Wednesday August several weeks with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Ried and Georgia. They will spend a week
Re-Sleet. j
19. So many unusual and Christ- Mrs. Kelly (Ruth) Greeson of sons of Jacksonville, and Mr. with the Robbins when they re
: masy Items are being made by Brooklyn Bay. While here they and Mrs. Dolph Reddish and family turn. County CommissionerDist.
the members of the various circles spent some time In Jacksonvilleand of Starke. Mark Reddish and
0. J. Murrhee Sr. I Iv Jf Jfy and it looks like the Nov. then toured to Severna Park, Eddie Rled are spending the week Fishing news Is scarce this
I will add it here. Roy
6 Bazaar will be displaying many Md. where they visited their with their grandparents the Car- so 2 Clay County
and his son-in-law fishedon
new and attractive articles, and granddaughter and daughter, repecUvely penters. Mrs. Helen Walker and Griffin .
y the fun-table White Elephant has Mrs. Charle E. Smith Charles Walker spent Sunday. Tuesday and caught 7 bass and
Commissioner Dist. 4
County some surprises In store. During and family. Dick and Frances Milliard have he guided Wednesday and caught
last weeks meeting, those attending W e regret to hear of the accident returned home after spending 4. My father, James and his Experienced Honest
; (Keystone Heights Kingsley Lake McRae 1:: had the pleasure of seeing in which Mrs.Nettle Smith several weeks in their trailerat cousin Buddy Ellis of Gainesville
and Delmore) ?:: the twin'sleeping'babies,Brenda (Mother of Mrs.William Warren) Flagler Beach.WELCOME caught 4 that weighed 12 Ibs In

x .. .. and Barry, in, as their mother suffered in breaking her hip whileon : To Mr.and Mrs.J.D. Rodman Lake Saturday. I have Efficient ConscientiousThe
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BAPTIST ELK MOOSEHe Mrs. Barry Wyman, Jr. and vacation visiting former home Carlton who are now living here been hearing that they are biting Only Full-Time Commissioner
r f grandmother Mrs. Barry town friends In Norfolk, Va. permanently. Mr. Carlton will be good there lately.
knows the problems and will work for all # (Joanne) Wyman, Sr. brought Mrs. Smith is 2nd Vice President commuting to Folkston. Ga Well folks, that's all the news If elected, I will serve to the best of my ability
areas of Clay County. ;!= them in for viewing. They were of the Fellowship Club and had Mr. ,dally. for now, see you next week.A .
and Mrs.
Langner and
born July 1. all the people in the county. Your vote and SUPport -
Just taken over the duty of the daughter of Tampa and Mr. and
He will appreciate continued support and ,
your ij
The Workshop of yesterday, Program Chairman, We all want
Mrs. J.A. Dean of Jacksonvilleare born executive is the man will be appreciated.Paid .
i your vote on Tuesday, September 8. August 28 was in charge of the Nettle to know, we miss her and guests at Griffins Lodge this whose father owns) the business. -

(Political Adv. paid for by O. J. Murrbee, 6r.) :;;j: Morning Circle chairman Mrs. hope that her Injury will not pre week. .-FredV.. Grown, The ( Political Advertising)
>> vent her from returning home to Tom Norwood has returned
!;::::::::::::::;:::'jl.i.'SX-:: : :;:;:;:;:=::;:::'Sm; : : ;;;;;;:::: :::::;:*;: :;'X-:::::. :*:;:$<<..:--y be with her family and friends in Bergen (N. J.) Citizen.
and Mrs. Bill Brannon of
Burlingham, Ala and two children RE-ELECT RALPH C. TYRE
Bobby and Leigh stopped off with
her parents, the Roy Bridges and
then make a flying visit of a RALPH C. TYRE QUALIFIED: Presently serving In House of Rep
resentatives 14th in has
vacation trip to the Bahammas. seniority; gained
much valuable experience In thb high office;
DIRECTORY Mr. and Mrs. Bridges spent a '
few days on business and pleasure
In Miami. Their daughter Marlyn sealion; ;
entertained several friends from S
BEAUTY SHOP South Carolina while the family sions.

were away. DISTRICT 17
ANNOUNCEMENTSNow SIXTH generation resident of this House District;

KEYSTONEBEAUTY that Fall season is aboutto Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia, married to the former Ruth Lord of Old Town;
usher in "vacationing" 35-years-old; one daughter Dottie.
SHOP Nassau &, Union Counties
organizations, attention Is centered
GRADUATED from Columbia County High School
EDITH on The September 7 General
Owner -
1952 received honors most all-
as dependable
Meeting of the Community Church ;
Personal .
and Creative Hair Stjrl. [
Women Sept. 14 Senior Citizen state football player 1951.
tag Every Form ef B.aairCalhsre ; .
Club of Bradford County,to which r
Taef-Sal. t-Js; elniedM.May. Keystoners are cordially invited. : ACTIVE in Baptist Church and the civic affairs

Meeting at 1:00 p.m. In Recreation of the community; active member of Moos,
Club on Sept. 10, Covered Elks, WOW.DEDICATED .
NURSERY Dish at 12:30: in Masonic Hall;
.. and the first Fall meeting of the to the proposition that all people
Keystone Extension Homemakers young and old, rich and poor, are entitled
O.C. Carnes Nursery Club on Sept. 18 at 10:00 a.m. In : to an effective, sincere, and aggressive
Civic Hall of City Hall. Mothers voice in our State Legislature.
Thousands of plants. of 4-H Club girls should Join this \'
Fruit Trees-Shade Trees 'parent' organization.INDIAN fir; "I earnestly and humbly ask the opportunityto
Ererjreeiu '" .: continue serving you as your State Represen
Camellias A Azaleas j tative. I promise to do all within my power toM
r protect the rights of all the people within this
MOST ALL IN CANS legislative I District. I appeal to you to give an

1'11 Find the Answer at PLANT ANY TIME ',( aggressive::; and qualified young man a chance by ....
Beautiful Roses: BEACH ,. electing me your State Representative. I
LandeKpleiR. shall be profoundly: grateful always for your
KEYSTONE STATE BANKWhen (Lake Saata Fe) a vote and support. "

Phone e19-=us By Michael H. ChlttyPiMse

the problem Is financial, the answer Is beret! 23 MI. & S. of Starke ea 47S-1H2 r+ Election' Dates Your Friend 0 Neighbor,

We offer complete banking services, from Checkingand Hwy. 100 at Florahess r

Savings Accounts to low-cost: Loans, to meet Sept. 8
1'oarneeds. Greetings friends and neign- I First Primary -' -1-
a E. MeKAY. REALTOR bon from your old Rolling- 29 ) ? I
KETSTONB' : Reporter You the old fellow Sept.
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Ientee had a Birthday last Thursday Second Primary
......Merit 1.tMse.t and Is now at the ripe old Keep democracy working VOTE General Election "The Working People's

Member r.D. c. Key* ** HeJcht JTa.Frfemdly .....; Aetyga. RerMULaocIAm age of 23. Sunday, Aunt Clara Nov. 3, 1970 Choice"I
Sullivan of WUliaton, came out Your Vote and Support Will Be
.y'Hr Beak la Year Tr1mOf4CSeVMBtty. ...,.. .... 'news t'7WHIC4I1. and we had our amual birthday Greatly Appreciated
I.. CisMiag/sr" I 47.4Ia dinner. Aunt Clara's Birthday Keep Progress Rolling
." l3.. EaeIrur f75oWI1t Is the 19., and mine Is the 20., I (Paid pol. ad.,. )
so we always celebrate our;' btrth-


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0. .. tLASSIFIED AD RAVES' Nit".sALEFlIty breed hsaflinoladmg MOBILE HOME for Rent r 5r, JIMMY MOORE'SSUN ; 15 pure ,bred Bhda :lake prlvUegea. Please! call Ling Monday thru Saturday
5 Minimum Chars .... .. 1.75 SPORTS Island Reds, also Mallardrdttcka after 5 p.m. 475-1061 2tp 9-3 for<< working mothers In my

(Covers 15 words) T&ke one or alL Telephone ;; Honda. Excellent home. Call 964-8269. 515 E.
BOAT FOR FOR SALE -150 Jaclcson St.
782-3594. Itp itp
Each: word over 15-7. condition. 'Call 7828722. -

Warren Carver county executive director for ASCS '50c Extra Charge if not YOUR MONEY FOR RENT Year around lip FOR SALE USED CLOTHING

receives a Certificate: of Training from Frank H, paid In advance: Starke Ph. 964-5791 new :2& bedroom: duplex' : apart- FRESH FARM :EGGS for -Many good items such asdreusses
xnent. Klag-sley poke Furnitihed. skirts. slacks
Pope state executive director.Management r ale. Dozen larae40c: medium ,
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Complete Outboard & Heat and air ICOndlt1on'ed. 35c small 30c. On Lincoln shorts. shirts for( only 25c.
$1.50 Per Inch pvt. dock. Call< (Mtenrltt : Faith Bargain Store, 128 N.
Stern Drive Service ant City Rd. just south of
Training Course Williams: 964-5391 or Home Court. '
Memorials Resolutions Repair. Complete Fiber, 9647788. Itfchg Steel Mill. 9645760. 2tp 9-3

Proclamations, eta -7c word glass Repair. Customs Good Houses In
Completes! Bv ASCS Director FOR SALE Datry: goat and City
-- - - -- DANCING CLASSES Startling '
C). CARDS OF THANKS built Fiberglass Fishing !kId. Cat 782-3722. lip 3 bedroom house big lot,
Warren Carver county exe- Instructors employed by Flor- Boats. week SO words or less .. ......3.00
cutive director for the Bradford ida ASCS for the classroom work BUCCANEER-I" fashion on now! Classes; for all FOR flALE-1967 Camaro. 39. 200.00. 2 bed room frame
County Agricultural Stabilization Included: Dr. William V.Wllmot. theVc.t ('''11..1 H the "puny Each word over 50-7o ages. Ballet Tap. Aoro. !Modern 000 miles good) ccndltlon. house very eulbstarftial: $6.-

and Conservation Service recently Jr. chairman Department of' ,suit'of, cumforlahlc wovenfotton. 'FOR' RENT: : TV sot*. baby jazz. 3tt yrs and up.; attended a Management Train- Management and Business Law, Thi-+ <>mfeature-* a ties Phone after 4 pan. 9647098. Tel.' 964-5701.
Ing Course in St. Petersburg University of Florida; Dr. Den- .dlt'.1| |( | tunic and flared puntsin FOR SALE1969: Honda. ; ssoOC. beds elee.. guitar, an pl item.refrigerators tfchg FOR SALE-5 year old Filly.
shiiflcs of blue, and' : day or wt-k. DA.HMER'S -
: "plum Super Sport 5 Seawardgears 7823765. ItpFOR
Beach. nis F. Ray Head of the Manage- IF WE DON'T HAVE IT
hrosMt. II'H with ,pale 9447923.ArSQN'S.
worn a tgthlW
Sixteen other Directors ment Department at the Missis- blue huf-canccr shirt. By Ninth tack-$450.00 Phone lISt WANTED Permanent SALE Large frame we'll ret It for :you. Ottmo
throughout Florida and five State sippi State University; ; Dr Ro- Strict' East <.I l California. 6610. tfdjf poalttms,[ all company lot in Hamp Supplies Furniture Equip
office: personnel also attended the bert M. Fulmer Professor of !benefits. Minimum starting house\' on corner ment. Bradford County
course. Management Georgia State Uni FOR RENT-Small! house all :rate $2 per hour.Apply South ton. Both street paved. Flor-

:Named; the ASCS Management versity; and Dr. E.T. Eggers, modern conveniences.: Close la. House of Vacuum. ern Wood Preserving Co. rig' Brown. Up Telegraph.
Professor of Geor- Inquire. at 962 N. Temple Ave. Baldwin 8 a.m to( 4 p.m Itohjr
Development Course the program Management It used to be that boy who Many brands of new vacuum\ *
entailed intensive pre-work la State University. wanted to be on prime time Phone: 9645193. 2tp 8-37 139.00 up. Used machines' from LOW DOWN Payment-2 bed-
through thirty-four television' when he pew up $10. Expert Repairs rill mike
; correspondence room frame house: 4900. $100
FOR SALE 14 ft
bad to learn to dance fiberglass SEARSHas
: ting or
course tests In two Parts and Accessories for all ELECTRIC
down $35 mo. Go 2 miles* N.
tell jokes. Now he can Just go Span American: boat with 50
college texts and a two-week vacuums. Built In Central vacuum on U.s. 301. turn right at Co.
Into politics. top Mercury motor lflce new.
classroom study. The complete I,000.. Call 964-7839. 2bdhg B-27 cleaning yatJOU. 712 N. Hd Main O.1nesvllltr! 376-7110 fice to 7th House on right.
program is considered equal to THAT. I
two college semester courses. CLASP ENVELOP-; ESS..r1
r lor-Exterlor. Kool eeal mobile lie Bradford 24 HOURS
County Tele-
homes. Hourly or" contra BEAUTY SHOP- 964.6848 964-8835
First class worlonainslxlp. rraph. Opened all day Wednesdays.Itp.

301 Contact LonnJe Roberts $- FAYE'S FABRICS -F..rat: t quality }-
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HiiH'frn.-us :your
ford Fla. Mon.; Thur.. pr{. dress. drapery' upholstery
vIU| ,..<:... .oon Miomrh to !still; 7 to 5 4311128. FOR SALE Trombone: $50.
a.m. p.m. material. Notions chenille bedspreads -
ri-mi-mhi'/r what you wanted" NlghW and -weekends. 431 Electric Guitar. with Amplifier !-
tapestries. Also eec!
DRIVEINShow th'm, for.-.Win. K. Ia%'Is. ThiThr $25. Bradford. Village Apta.
1768. 4tp 9-10 ends, mill en''>3. BankAmerl- NEW AND USED SEWING
<:<; Forks" ('Mont; Hi.-ruM.' oard ,and Master Charge Open 309. Itp

Begins At SundownTHt"n ')" ,''J'r'': not too old to l<:-urn- Letters SUPER, all STICK sizes colors.Vinyl PlMtlo Perm Monday 10.7; Tues. through 60 Acres Costal Bermuda Hay PLUMBINGRITCH MACHINESALES
Sat. 9-7; Sunday 1-6. Hwy. 301
.. FRI.. SAT. uf.l'--- :-'r,1Jlr'': a tei-nuiri-r.. anent for use on wood. glace 1H ml. north of Waldo. tfchg for lease Write "M", DrawerA
AUf; ;. 27 2*. 29 Harold S. May, The Florence plastic) paper metal leather Starke FL:!. 2 tp 9-3 A SERVICE'

''Ala ANYTHING I Bradford County PFAff- NECCHI
Telegraph. COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cottage Plumbing Co. NEW HOME UNIVERSAl
tfi i Smith Plumbing parents 'wanted. Some $49.50
Married couples and ''women. up
"Goodtime Glen Coontr Judi'. Coot Ik, Southern Maricm and Supply Salary starts $347 per month, PHONE 964.7653 PARTS REPAIRS O*All
Bradford CoaBtr
per person 5 day 'Week. 8 hour P.
and Joel. O. BOX 943
"Super .
FII lli:; n: Estate ot U :D. Via- Moved\ To GainesvilleNew day. Promotional opportunitiesState

doin'Mrh ttheydobet, log I;+ .*tk'JNolle T'>. Probate< NameGainesville Raiford Road Retirement, sick leave STARKE. FLA,
The !Stat Of Florida Phone 964.6023 'vacation' etc Please apply In 4T. 1-Jf 61'' W.UNIV.AVI.
To All I'or..n.: In.t.ruted Itt MarineLYNN
only .Personnel Office,
Th. K'-at* of The Above.Keld person 378-1355
L..t4a.: Buiiland: Center1, GatnesvJle: ,
; .. HAMILTON MOR. Contracting and Repair
Y-Jj; hr5> n rlf ';' that a writ.
tn lr>".r..rnt..t purp'rtlnit to Johnson Motors Cobra Boats Plumbing Fixture !Fla. An equal opportunity; employer
h* t>ni UHt Willf the dtc.- tlchg:
F lrffir .v ,hr.t t.IsH hiin a-Jm.UdU to pro- Marine Supplies Water Heaters PUMPSNEW

be.Y..../' "r'.H., .:;'Art:,:. n'J"J wlthlQrot 1030 E.University Ave. Water Pumps (J NOTICE
:: '.i.' r.'l"r rr.hl from the THE FIRST NAME IN Gainesville
dare! '.; the firirt pullt'.atlonCJ
Starke and
-: :;at.te to appear In SIALLCARS' MARY Keystone
... t:. ':vjrt fchow InueihlaC..r Heights Customers
T.'. .0. why) a-.-.'m, IF WE DON T HAVE IT SALES
GUN CAMPBELL KIM DARBY : :ll fc-irf..tir.s! the Will DATSUNGAINESVILLE w' 'U get It for :you Office ;FOR RENT2 air conditioned PARTS
..._ f, ; iih'-uia, not stand< cottages Klnglesy Lake Hastings Mattress
.HAL WAL1JS' ':/.e:. Supplies, Eurrjtvire, Equip. CARTER SERVICE
Call at night Ph
h; : A T.-u
Tr.nn ment. Bradford County 533'2366tfchg and
% and Shallow Wells Upholstery
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2nd An. 2nd St. S.
}'.r.ii"ytiati.o.lloa August 17 E. Telegraph. Water Softeners and
HIa4U 11 i G' GalneeviHe.. Florida DID YOU KNOW !if* town )
hlrleui CAROL IYI1LAY Mrs ,PAT rJOE .,n?...,W 8-27 4.U WANTED LISTINGSOn a Longchamp easy Home? PAINTSNEW FiltersPlumbing 710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA .

NAMATMo Homee and Acreage Buyers: Better built for Florida liv Supplies

Waiting strout' Realty Re*. !ing. Your plans or ours. Your ITEMS Is Open AgainFURNITURE'
PLUS Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. I lot or ours. Contact Buford EXPERT SERVICE ON

FLORIDA THEATRE Ph 964.6609 Starke. Fla. j Mitchell: phone 064-6333. P. O. WALL PAPER ALL MAKES

Box 238 Starke_tfchg PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE Refinished
For all your Real Estate Unpainted Furniture Repaired
r STARKE FLA Needs Buy Sell Exchange : INSURANCEAT Reupholstered

Appraisals. Ex. REDUCED RATES
pert Advice on aU Real AUTO FIRE. BOAT


Call Collect 328.2144
An Aabrvjr Sch nck6f DOUBLE FEATURETHE Reg. Real' Estate Broker tab* Houses Washed ALL TYPESWELDING
Production Phone 964-6464 ,
GREATEST ADVENTURE: STORY OF THEM ALL! Starke Plaza Starke& Lawn Mowers For Rent


\ Mobile Homes ALL TYPESEquipment Grackran Living'
.\{"f";. so 31 SEPT. 1 Wf 1ift\ .. ""W'f' J ter NEW and USED STREET Repair Town HOUMAPARTMENTS

P 1 ilil\:) Lffit-1''.1'!';': .:.:!{ I' 810.12 WideGainesville CUSTOM MADE

N1. .
@Yi.E( )! l& 7 ./ j-: }':;? Good Quality LEGAL FORMS Bradford Outdoor Grills I Fmfcfcet F.r Recta

_._ ....._ .... .tf Reasonably Priced County Telegraph. Ph. AMMmeal

; .1 ,4 r "! ; .l Gainesville 378-2785 9646305. Greece'and 8Wpriirr Baford MitchellPtttmn ..
i Serviced Guaranteed
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..,:" ..:- fI LOSE WEIGHT safely with
(f-s.'t:' : \ ';f'\' Nor A Use. Delivered In Starke Area Dex-A-Diot.. and remove er. 9i1 anM
...: r ':"' 61.. _.. NO EXTRA COST fluid 'X ]
cess with FLUIDE"
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reC + PAsaVteO.e CS 441
N. 450 NW 13thGalneivllle
Only 98o and
$1.69 at
"/ : H.-' : \\1'- !'. Ml ..chU'a -
J' I ,. ; lMLNertkern. Wag.
t"1" 378-5785
r (, .. : : > -: ::1'' 1.1 '. .I !.I. OABmrraucCARL Drug\ lltp jo29VETI.NARY MACHINE WORKS DRAG LINE

Box: 150 Ph.46R.173.4
... IillEi: FOR SALE Concrete block HAMPTON. FLA. AND
W' 4P I .,.,.. bouse! : 3 bedroom. 1 bath, central : I'iJECT/: LES BULLDOZER WORK
1.L .fir Tetanui Toxol dSleeping
heat & alr-oondUtonlng. Corner -

.,. DlSNE.Y PENT ( ..f/ BEGGS lot Phone M4-m7.! :! ttehg Distiimper hepatitis Sickn/ ss.Lepto SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic! CLINTONROBINSON

> Gulf Service :POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Comblotlo Letter, all sizes colors. Permanent

; iff / i I Technicolor T1"! _.-1'e USED PARTS }withstand eat'lr20c! each: ANDREWS D'.tUCS for use on wood, glow.
V '"- -'. S2 23 doz. Special price on larger plastic paper metal leather.
Top Prices for Wrecked Cart quantities. Bradford County ANYTHING I Bradford County
Telegraph. tf aide 2 beds PH. 284.3593
>* "*, J ., :SUN.-MON.-TUES.AUG 30-31-SEPT 1 21 Hour Wrecker Service: : room tracer outside. city Telegraph tf PENNY FARMS
Fuel Oil i WANTED: Used Wringer-Wash limits! J. B. White, S64-6114.
tffji"p; ; If die
er. Will pay cash or take In !
".:/'-' jcv'l: DOUBLE FEATURE Used Car! tfcblBARRETT ...............-.....
I.- trade on anything. DAHMER'S.IMTl23. --------------- ............
**, ."." Hwy. 301 N. Waldo ;
% .5'' :JKS"A : : tf-CJg
-". .HOWL"h; .
A LEGEND .' : '. r : : ;'- WILL BUY: Used Appliance, 11

I ( Furniture TV*. Stereo, any Water Conditioning i A

INH H OWN TIME! ''k-, -r SEWING MACHDTE' Cleaned Bring of value. DAHMER'B. and Pump Co. You"' ,

f .. ?:: t1\ tll: I/1 I/ '\ I." oiled and adjusted in your 'AMANA 7-loot chest freezers .. .. -
7 .
I. J ... r, L':. ,:. .. \ :,,: 'J / u D@OJ home.: $5.00. Vacuum cleaner that& carry a 5-year warrantyfor 130 Court Street i :I
.ve4 a.U rurwIff repairs also. All work guarantee! :
/ j labor: and parts for only Phone 964.5832
.j.l/ ....i r"1.,r-11"+ !. A 431-1128.ed. Dennis E. Coggins Phone tfehc '$14995 at DAHMER'S. tfhg STA I amu. d'

\-i.j.. ____ __ <6, Cubic\:! Foot "n.'nut grain Del- -RITE

r. / : FOR TOLLMAN'S proi i no.ico: Freezer like new. I
T1CHCOLOA'4 rental Water Conditionersand I .1Iie.,
ash / Holds 210 U)$. Nearly: !half priceat .
., p ny :in surke Se'* Mrs CarrieWs
"' .' DAHMER-S Discount: House. Pumps!
ll d. 419 N Cherry St. tfchg
HEMAK) oJ/ A '. PLUS tfchg WELL Sales DRILLING .: e. I
HIS WORLD and Rentals

HIS MUSIC! r; MEET THE MOB THAT SET CRIME .:..., PAPER Mlmeo Paper Bond }e.ot. *3.00. Call Kathy Myers. Repair Department I

.: 'If BACK 100 Paper Notebook Fillers. 5332413. 4tchg 8-27 24 Hour Service .
Coootj Telegraph.

MAID WANTED. Wiring to ; Inlet. Ideal I For Mobil: for $3.93 S3.50 .
ar3 rjt /rr8sssa l r move to Miami. Air conation:: Homes or with a trade
RQIu hat al fir WALT DISNEy :room Tri-Ji TV and bard fur- j Summer Cottage Or Year- In at DAKMER'S Discount
wane rse ft cxm.a. rilshed. MJW; be aVe' to drive. J Round Living Rouse t'chg MfiAIIS YOU FIND M. IW I
-< > .- All Lot Ready To Go-ClearMi -
s c >* Salary W>.OO per veei.; Refer 4 and 8 Track Stereo Tape Ie
Graded It Leveled
ences O.
required. Write P.
A NEVERADULL Box 239. Starke 2tchg 8-27 priced: From S9')3.00.) Financial Players for cars for sale only' .,
$' 9.93 at
:. Available. Call 9647701. DAHMER'S Discount I' CciPJilT. '

THE GOLD ; k FOR SALE-By owner 2 beds House.; tfchg .

I room bvo=:e. corer: lot good FOR SALE 1967 Shasta 13 .
'' shade trees fenced in wim ll2tialdlR ftn'tnU'1'JII!!: ft. travel .

_-DICK I9naR7 a. DORaiJY . : carport: Located at 620 W. ,
GUITAR .-IW DYKE< ROBINSON PROViNE "T1r"Hi.Ot: ; ; 4Iak1As fit. Zip '-27 .''apt. ...... nIan:! _' ifc&g .
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