Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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C01 Tension Gone

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Sweetest Strawberries This Side Heaven

Vol. 92 STARKE FLOIUn15c) )

No. 40 Thursday '\priI29. 1971 Copy To Hi School

"You couldn't find

In Local YouthElectrocuted students anywhere

trying to be nicer to

each other," Supt.

ElectricLicense Tom Casey said Wednesday -

the third con-

secutive day Bradford

High School ha s enjoyed -
Dennis Wayne Boatwright, 18, The accident occurred on
TestingExamination Starke was dead on arrival at Forsyth Road southeast of a "normal"' atmosphere 1-

Bradford County Hospital Starke about 5 p.m. Thursday since the
Thursday, April 22, after being It was reported to (lie sheriff's
accidentally electrocuted whileat office at 5:20: p.m. April 16 racial 1 out-
for master and
work on his Job as a plumb-
Journeymon electricians will be er's helper. The youth was driving the burst.
given on the first Tuesday o' truck off the main road and
c.K'h ,math, starting in June Driving a truck with a well through (lie woods toward a "It's been real good: excel-
1971, If recommend.i ttois from r A F drilling rig mounted on it, Boat spot at the back of a trailer lent," said Casey of :Mjnday,
the City Electrical::' Board are wrlght stopped under a high where he and his employer, Tuesday and Wednesday at
finally adopted In ordinance y- power electric lino and raised Vasco Forsyth, Intended to drill HI I'). The superintendent was
form the boom, sending a chargeof a well, Green said Boatwrlght high In his praise of both black
The recomrenditions e electricity through the metal was apparently unaware he was and white students' behaviorand
were boom and Into the truck, according under a power line when he demeanor
approved with minor changes
20 to Deputy Sheriff Robert raised the boom, Green said. But school officials have not
Tuesday, April and referred -
to the city attorney for Green investigating officers The spot where the accident completely relaxed. The county

preparation In ordinance form ,Y took place was not where Die administrative staff, headed by
for future action by the Coun- f ; well was Intended to be, the Casey, Is still patrolling the
cil. deputy said. BIIS campus, keeping a close

Under the old rules, examinations ( 1e Berry The truck was completely feel of the pulse of the school.

for master electricianswere burned up, Green laid Teachers are still carryingout
given once a quarter, and extra duties to further patrol
there was no provision for examination Volume Born in Belle Glade on Dec. said Assistant PrincipalCarl
of Journeymen. 27, 1952, botv! ,right Is sur- Clark.

Another major change In the vived by his parents, Mr. and Parents have also been Invited -
rules is a new provision that Declines Mrs. Clinton 1.. Boatwrlght, of to UHJ school each day
f there shall be at least one Starke; one brother, Terry to observe as interested peo
Journeyman on every electri- Boatwright, Hampton; three ple. Supt. Casey and Clark were
cal job in the absence of a sisters, Mrs. JoAnn Eaves, both high in their praise of
SlightlyAlthough Mrs. Gail Thomas and
master electrician. Mrs. the parents and the assistance
June Dlcandlo all of
they have given school officials
Other recommendations by and his grandparents, Mr. and
the Electrical Board Included: Mrs. Albert Williams of South "It's very obvious parents
the 1971 strawberrycrop have talked to their children"
-All journeymen will work has never peaked, as most Casey said. "It's a pleasureto
under the direct supervisionof farmers think of a peak season Funeral services were heldat be down here this week."
a master electrician. the heaviest picking of 11 a.m. Saturday in Hampton
-Fees will be: (Journeymen) the current season seems to Baptist Church with the School officials have also been
$25 for exam( ; $15 for license. have taken place in the past pastor, Rev Melvin I lame I of- meeting dally with student coun-
two weeks. ficiating. Interment was In cil members and the bl-raclal
1 (Masters) $100 for exam; $25
Crosby Lake Cemetery with De- committee. Purpose, Casey
for license. Prices continued low
._- Witt C. Jones Funeral Home says Is' to" keep posted on
than few weeks with
-Master's and Journeyman's er a ago In charge. what the students are thinking -
examination and answers will the per flat f.o.b. Lawtey price and to give students an
be In the possession of the averaging $3 for Florida 90'aand avenue to clear the air
$3.90 for
City Clerk at all times. ,
BUS Is backto
Attendance at
Most growers got around $3.25
-At least two Electrical for good quality Sequoia ber- normal, Clark said.
Board members will check and ries, said Market Manager Bob Caught All discipline: problems from

grade each examination.The ( r.,: Allen, about the same as the the disturbance Friday, April

City Clerk shall provide previous week. In Act 16, have been resolved, Supt.
the Electrical Board the Very little fruit commandedthe Casey says. Some students have
names of applicants for all $4 per flat that some grow- been suspended), others have
examinations( five days priorto t been assigned to a detentionroom
r, ers enjoyed a few weeks ago, OfB&EA
several have been
examination date.A and
although prices have held up
to return to school
asked not
'master electrician shall well.
until further notice.Supt. Casey
check each Job a minimum of Starke man, Charles Polk,
kY i Volume from all sources at asked that names and"numbers
three times per week. This the Lawtey market seemed to 20, was caught red-handed by not be used, however.
provision is not Intended to decline slightly in the week City police officers Friday
relieve the master electrician which ended Sunday, April 25. morning early as he and a City and County lawmen have
from total responsibility of each During that week an estimated companion came out of Jack- not patrolled the school on a
\ 15,800 flats went through the son's Building Supply on !North: constant, basis since Friday,

job.The Board recommended the .r" -- -.- market, down slightly from the Cherry Street. says Chief Deputy Sheriff Dolph
Reddish! But the school is
deletion of City Ordinance No. estimated movement of 16,700
Sec. 7-91 which requires a mas- Lloyd Griffls shows two of his big Sequoia berries. flats two weeks ago. Starke Patrolmen Merwin checked on a regular basis
by on-duty personnel
Jackson and Harold Crews, a-
(See Page 6)) Estimated volume price at long with Auxiliary Policeman It was tense Friday, Deputy
the Lawtey market last week
Julius Eunice waited outsidethe
Reddish said. Rut he added:

::3icwY.:::k:3So-'r:: .::3't7zk2C: +SA'cfiF' was $51,350. building supply store for "It's real quiet now. Thingsare
One GrowerIs Berry production looks the the would-be burglars to come
what I'd call back to normal
Berry heaviest of the season right out. Eunice was posted In front, ,"
now, says Market Manager Bob Crews went around one side
Allen. It looks like the volumeis of the building and Jackson Assistant Principal Carl
starting to decline, he add- the other. Clark assessed the situationthe .
ed. same way
Not DisappointedLloyd When Polk and his unidentified
J.R. Wainwright, strawberry companion came out of "It is even better than it
co-op manager, agreed saying the building, Officer Jackson was before our little escapade.
Wednesday It looks as If the ordered them to halt, adding Things are looking real good.
mOWn (Ititr I fruit Is beginning to slack off. that they were under arrest. We'd like for it to stay that
I Pub 1 < Griffis of Lawtey Is of Florida 90's and another, SequoLT grows big and round 90's and half Sequoias after a Farmers will generally get about way."
one strawberry grower who Is about seven acres, of the new and ships good. Griffis planted fields. The Polk but the
definitely not disappointed with picker has changed two-thirds of a normal obeyed, other Trouble at BIIS erupted Fri-
i Family Night the current seasonhe's already Sequoias. them for the first time Sequoias were, on the whole, yield, Walnwright says. burglar ran. Jackson said he day, April 16, when a group of
ordered 100,000 plants A Sequoia tastes "a little this year, after seeing some half again as large as the aver fired two warning shots in the around 100 black students tallied -
Chicken Dinner I for next year's bit like an Albritton." says plants last year on the Buddy age Florida 90. Normally, local growers can air, but the man kept on run- together and ran through
crop. count on 1,000 flats
Mrs. Griffis, at least as muchas Norman farm on SR-225. The Griffls' prefer the Se- per acre. ning. The officers stayed on hallways, breaking glass from
This season Griffls has 12 to fields have been the scene to hold Polk, rather windows. School
Sponsored By it does like any berry with Mrs. Griffls pointed one Many openedto doors and was
i acres of berries on his farm which she's familiar But the flat of berries filled half with (See Page 6)r ) the public in the past week, than chase after the runaway dismissed at midday to disperse
off SK-125 north of Lawtoy. burglar, Jackson said.
Allen says, another Indication the crowd.
8th Grade Middle i That's than
several acres; less some think the best

School' Studentsand age he'd of planned plants.on due Griffls to a usuallyhas short r ifI';;, '..:'",*:::;:: '.,.- part them.of growers the season Is behind When at the the three Cherry officers Street arrived location the The Keno disorder section of then Stnrkewher spread to*
threw rocks at cars
Parents at least 15 acres of ber- .: r. at 2:35: a.m. Friday,
ries. But a big May crop Is possible the two burglars apparently had passing on SR-I6, breaking win
Allen says Growers report not had time to take anything. dows from several.
Friday, April 30 Strawberry growing Is In much bloom and youngfruit Nothing of value was found The tense situation persisted -
Lloyd Grlffis'bloolsaysCounty still on the plants. But missing, Jackson said. throughout the weekend but
5-7:30: P. M. Agent Bobby Taylor. Griffls May berry production will be since Monday has settled down.
Is known as a quiet, indepen- considered late.! Polk requested a preliminary Police Chief Ken Fuqua said
Followed By dent sort of person as most hearing and his request was Wednesday the Reno section
EntertainmentAnd farmers are apt to be. May production will also depend granted Tuesday by County has been quiet this week. Police -

Lloyd Griffls Is one of (the on the weather. Too much Judge Theron Yawn. lie is being however, remain on call
Open House few Independent strawberry rain will rot berries, especially held In the Bradford County In a standby situation.
growers left In the county who In hot weather. Jail on charges of breaking Atmosphere at Bradford High
Proceeds Will Go depends on berries for his main County Agent Bobby Taylor and entering with Intent to com remained tense through Friday,

For Class TripCANCER crop. He ships his berries raw. r estimates there are 150 acres mit petit larceny but local lawmen and school
where they bring the best price. of berries planted in the county officials constantly patrolledthe

He doesn't belong to the Straw- now, about 100 off the usual The person who escaped has high school. They broke up
0 berr Co-Op, but neither is he acreage because of a shortage not yet been apprehended,Jack several would-be demonstra
associated with the Morris Car- of plants last fall. son said Tuesday. tions.
DRIVE ter-L.M. Norman shipping It was white students who

combine, although he sells ber- q hsaa wanted to retaliate late last
HOUSE TO HOUSE ries to them at times. T r Cow Dead week when school resumed
Wednesday after being called
Griffls simply goes quietly e :::::: : ::: xm:: $.
off Monday Tuesday as a
FRIDAY about the art he knows best, a7pa .n rr Af Driver OK -s;: result of the disturbance Friday -
raising strawberries. It Is r r Y r Important | Plain clothesmen from the
Please Contribute
something he's done since
Duval Sheriffs Department also -
childhood, first on rented land According to the Florida Notice | patrolled the school Thurs
around Lawtey and since 1944 Patrol William
., Highway Harry day and Friday.
c-.r on the farm he still owns northof Tlson. 29, Ralford was driving Frank Williams, Bradford But officials agree, the week
QUjf dotnmunitutir Lawtey."I west on SR-100 In a 1968 County Civil Defense director, end seemed to cool off most
learned to pack berries International truck owned by states that permission has not tempers. Many ring leaders,
Bank when I was 12 years old." the Bradford Feed Inc. of been grated to hold an adver- black and white, are not present -
aid Mrs. Griffls as she toppedoff Starke. He was meeting an unkhown tised meeting there Thursday at the school this week,
........ flats of big, new Sequoias This half-and-half case of 90' and Sequoias, right, are graphic car, when at the last night and that the meeting will and that has also contributed:
c.;.. Tuesday morning. minute l a black Angus cow start- not be held In the CD building to the more relaxed atmosphere -
The Griffls' have one Held evidence of the difference In the two kind of Itra wbe ,,1... ed across the road. or on the Fairgrounds. officials lay.miiijF .

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Altar Society St. Mark's Guild Junior Club ;

r9-P gmtehRAi Plan BreakfastFor Has Picnic MeetingAt Wins Top AwardAt

t _..__ r i Communicants Kingsley LakeThe State MeetingThe

y Woman's Guild of St. Starke Junior Woman's
St. Edward's Altar Societymet Mark's Eriscopal Church hada Club won the top State award
WOMENGlad's ; on April 21 In the home .picnic lunch and meeting last In the Junior Division for work
; a
of Mrs. Robert Blakewood with Tuesday on the dock at tile In Law Observance and Crlmo
the president, Mrs. Don Champion home of Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Prevention. This award was
1 y presiding. Father James Hood at Kingsley Lake.Lt presented to the Club at the
Society Editor 964.7608 Cretan's mother from Limerick Col. Joseph Johnson gave Florida Federation of Woman's
City; Ireland, was an honored the group tile history of the Clubs convention In Jackson:
guest. new Reynolds Chapel at Camp vllle last week.
Standing and conducted a tour Those attending from the local '
Luncheon Given lj i ', The Altar Chairman, Mrs. of the building. club were Mrs. Jim Lawson -
Woman's Club Mrs. Roland
1 Henry Stefanelll, reported that During the business meetingthe president;
For Jean WigginsIn RemodelingWork ',tu Mrs. Jimmy Moore and Mrs. Guild voted to Improve the Clerlcuzio lira first. Johnny vlceprer.Ident .Allen
Gerry Rodrlgue are taking care of the chiirjh. llama ;
Jacksonville Considered '/ '' of lie( altars during April.Mrs.R. eras s were prowuted' for Home Life chairman, and Mrs.
4r Richards has volunteered for to be sold nt the Fall bazaar. Elzle Sanders, Conservation
Miss Jean Wiggins of Jacksonville Mrs.John Sanders, presidenttold the month of May. Mrs, C.B.TerwillegarJr.andfrs. chairman.
bride-elect of Terry members and guests of the :\ .James Blackshear will be
New officers of the Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary
Weeks, was honored at a lunch- Starke Woman's Club at the Plans were made for a com- hostesses at the May meeting.
eon Saturday at the Holiday Inn regular monUily meeting, that ) are pictured (from I.fth) Mrs. M.A. Baldwin. Jr., Miss munion breakfast to be held Catherine SellersTo
given by Mrs. Jewell Schnausand it would cost approximately Martha Sue McCain, Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. Levan Andrws on May 9 in honor of the First Birthday Dinner Wed Mr. Keen
Miss Betty Wiggins of Jack- $10,000 to repair the roof of Holy Communicants, with Mrs,
Mrs, W.A. Stern Mrs Olin Whit. Mrs H.A. Law-
the building. In of For
sonville. Joseph Gtssy charge ar And Party B.C. Sellers'
The honoree Is the daughter son, and Mrs. Has.! Carlton. rang men Mr. and of '
Mrs. Sander's reported that 'Charles Flynn announce the engagement
of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wiggins -
the executive committee gave their daughter, Catherine, to
of Jacksonville, former Father Cregan outlined plans
residents of New River, and n her permission to talk with Hospital Auxiliary InstallationHeld for the current Cancer Drive Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flynn Paul Allen Keen son of Mrs.
niece of Mr and Mrs. Floyd contractors and architects in collections: and asked full cooperation were dinner guest of Mr. and Gladys Keen of Lake City.
Several visited the At Meeting Monday wedding will be an eventof
Wiggins.The the area. Supper from members. Mrs. Grady Overstreet last The
and I at 7:30 p.m. In the
recently repor-
building May
U-shapod table was covered Friday night at the Holiday Inn
ted that the present buildingwas to better advantage and enlarge Church of God. All) friends and
with white linen cloths and Miss Lillian Stump was Installed The following officers were on Mr. Flynn's 29th birthday.
very sound and all recommended president of the Bradford display space for eye- relatives are Invited.Executive .
centered with an arrangement : President Mrs. After dinner, the two couples
of pink and white roses and to Mrs. Sanders that County Hospital Auxiliary catching items Francis Meng; Vice Pres., went to the Starke Golf&Coun-
stephanods. Bridal place cards the present building be left as Monday night when the mem- Mrs. Charles Darby was appointed Mrs. Joseph Cissy; Secretary, try Club where they were bleed BoardThe
marked the seating arrangement I.. They made some recommendations bers held a covered dish supper to investigate a possibility Mrs. Lester Humphries; Treasurer by several employees of Vogue
for the 30 guests. and suggestions and meeting In the Methodist for the Auxiliary to setup Mrs. Jimmy Moore. Manufacturing Co. and friends executive board of the
the building.
The honoree was presentedwith for Improving Fellowship Hall sandwich concession for Refreshments were eervedby at a party for Mr. Flynn Starke Woman's Club will havea
Architect Don Morgan of Miss Martha Sue McCain Installed a Mrs. Blakewood Dutch treat luncheon and
a corsage and personal at the hospital. Mrs. following the Mr. Flynn was presented with
Green Cove Springs has been the following officers to patients today Thursday( )at 12
gift from her hostesses as a meeting a golf wear outfit from the
memento of the occasion. The ? hired, according to Mrs. Sanders serve with Miss Stump; Mrs. Lois Bush was welcomed as anew group. noon at the Holiday Inn.
at a fee of$100 to draw Stern member.
guests also presented her with up plans for the remodeling of Mrs. Levon, president-elect Andrews, first; I",......... .rh__ ,......,..... ..".h -.V ':X' ;<""BY'' m
gifts.Among the guests were Mrs. the present building and he vice-president; Mrs. Olin George Canova, Hospital Administrator & ftiigBBKaazapgg"gfi: :;rrr$MiSasaaHW! '
Norman Wiggins( Mrs. Marlon will make a report to the building White, second vice-president; speaking on the OPEN/AWsm p: M 1o.:
Sapp of Lake Butler grand- committee, appointed< by Mrs. H.A. Lawson, recording Cardiac Console being given to
mother of the honoree, and Mrs. Sanders, that Includes secretary; Mrs. Hazel Carlton the hospital by the Auxiliary STARKE PLAZA
Mrs. Debbie Weeks, mother of ," Mrs. Hazel Rltch as chairman. corresponding secretary.Mrs. stated that the compnay representative -
groom-elect, and Mrs.Betty w"t Other members Include Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr., treasurer. will give a demonstration Open All Day Every WeekDay ? Friday And Saturday 7 p.m.
Ai Lex Green, Mrs. SherrodHamllton. the doctors at the
Dalton of Jacksonville tsx : ,. ,i if Preceding the Installation a
,, Miss Martha Sue McCain
covered dish supper was next regular) staff meeting.
and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr.Mrs. served! The head table was centered -
Sanders stated that she with of Hazen awards
an arrangement Mrs. ,
Duplicate Bridge .. hopes that the remodeling will and bronze mums glad- chairman, presented pins and what
I j
be done In time for the October relit and pompoms tlanlue d by bars to members earning them you
Smart JumperTammy opening of the club calendar white tapers In milk glass hold In the past years: :5 I pins with
Mrs. G.J. McGrlff Sr. and season. ers. Rev. D.T.Farabee Jr.gave bars attached for 100 hours: 2
Mrs. Lex Green were the winning Mrs. Bill Chambers repor- the Invocation. for 200 hours; 2 pins for 300 ? for the low t
couple at Duplicate Bridge Klsh It alls.t ted on the plans for the Mule Mrs. Olin White, out-going hours; 3 pins for :BOO hours;
Tuesday night where there were In her jump suit and Wagon rides and Horse president, presented Brian 1 pin for 600 hours; 1 pin for that
five tables In play at the Pratt In red with whit. polka and man's Buggy Club rides has which obtained the Wo the- Hamilton, guest speaker and local 900 hours; and 4 pins for LOGO price
Street Recreation Center.
merchant, who had been hours.
dots Th. outfit concessions for at the Stephen
Jim Curtngton Curtis Sanders Is
consulted by the Auxiliary to
were second; Mrs Luclle the "Talk of th* Dock"by Foster Music Festival to be give viewpoints on how to display Miss Stump thanked Mrs. counts!
Davie and Mrs Hilda Dey were Ko n.. It's wo ah- held In White Springs May 6 Interest In the hospital Robbie Sheller, Hospitality
third; and John Mussollne and able and can b* foundat to 9. Mrs. Chambers hoped Shop maintained by the Aux- Chairman, and her committee SAVE ONAPPLIANCES
Townsend Dent were fourth that enough money would be iliary. Mr. Hamilton suggested for their efforts In catering the ,-
Eagle DoVano's. derived from this project tocompl.tely ,
for the changing the displays weekly to buffet, covered-dish supper.Carrier <
remodeling -
- - - pay
create Interest utilize
; space
of the club hove
Mrs. Chambers stated that It
Parade Of Values was expected that 60,000 people '
would attend the four daysof
the Music Festival. Mrs.
Fta. Peat Chambers also reported on Proctor-Silex, Steam & dry iron. I "'',, ,
plans for a gigantic July fourth
Bu. 69t coun -wlde celebration to beheld Warning 12 Speed Mixer. \MVl '
on that date at West Side
Park In Starke. This would Reliable 54! QT., Cooker Fryer. '"'
feature a Softball game between
City 'and County official, and Dazey Automatic, Can Opener.
DogAnd other civic clubs are being.;
urged to Join In the July Avocado 4.10 Cup Electric Perk.
Cat Collars Fouth activities. Mrs. San-
ders appointed Mrs. Cham- I Proctor-Silex Automatic Toaster.
Reg. 1.98..1.31 bers as chairman of the com
mittee to work on this project.
Mrs Hazel Rltch reported
ti ,' 1D-CON I on the annual May Day Breakfast YOUR CHOICE |
to be held Saturday morn-
RAT BAIT Ing, May 8, at 12 noon, and the r I Ii' .i.iI
theme will be Americanism i'i'w '
with the speakers and incoming -

Shade And REG. 1.85 1.67, red,officers white and to blue.be featured .In !

Mrs. Sanders acknowledged $777-
Fruit Trees receipt of an American flag
given the club with a'certifi i'Q i I oee a aao

Now 3.97 cate from Congressman Don
Organk Fertz
Fuqua. This flag has flown over
the capital building in Washington 0
With Minors D.C. in honor of the Starke
Woman's Club.
M.... Lenore Foster reportedon ..ir

50lb. 100%........ Now 2.37 the the need eye for glasses new eyes project for and the

elderly and poor. Anyone; hav-
ing glasses to donate may do so,

Plant Grass Seed Now Bradford according County to Mrs Library Foster"stuff at the

and things" project at 110 W.

ARGENTINE ......... ... .87 ID. Call Street.
Sen. Charles E. Johns was the
BAHIA winner of a plant donated by
Cooper's Nursery as a door 1 n 4
prize. Mn. J.W. KIncaid wona 'al
PENSCCLA,,_,,,,?,, ,,,41 Ib. pound cake as second prize 1J CARP'S master charge..
r FOR HEALTHY PLANTS Stork LuncheonFor




50 LB 3.98 Bob Ferguson was surprised o
at a stork luncheon last
25 LB 2.39 Saturday given by M.... Randy>
.. '" 10 LB 1.49 4 Johns and Mrs. R.S. Mulllns
at the home of the latter.
5 LB .89 The three dining: tables _recovered

? No : and centered with with cutwork bronze cloths baby READYMOUNTROOM

Dirty shoes filled with pink and blue AIR CONDITIONER' ALUMINUM Matching 5-Position .:
carnations. Individual handmade
Use Clean Grotona place cards In the baby Concealed touch As Low As CHAIR CHAIRWeather
e I I motif marked the seating arrangement
.; Pellets For Lawn And control comfort
for the 12 ;guests, center resistant Reel Iner of weather
C Many Plants & Shrubs who included Mrs. E.L. Matthews 2-speed cooling webbing In white/ $J 333 resistant webbing a 83
muTS mother of the honoree, $ green. Sturdy non
In white/green.
50 Ib 3.39 Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs. AdJuetebleroot/ II llpframe.
and aide air flow
25 Ib 2.39 W.E. Mlddleton,Mrs.V.R. Ferguson .
Automatic thermostat
and Mrs.Norman Ketch-
5 Ib .89 1* of Valdea"",. Ga. Weether-Armor. cabins
The hostesses presented the
USE NEED & FEED honoree with a baby car seat Carrier Room Air Conditioners are built to '..

AND THEN GO FISHING as and a a memento hand made of baby occasion.corsage. take the heat off yOU...year after year .

Covers 2,500 Sq. Ft.

a I Re,. 5.95 NO* 4.95 THE BRADFORD Special/ Pre-Season PricesIn
Effect Now STRUCTO 24"GRILL "
WE SPREAD 1'eltlakeevery TlwrwUys BRA
s US W. Can Street HOODED

FERTILIZER ,Stark, Florida 7tI11ttee..d SLADE GAS Aluminum legs .
Sturdy' tripod legs braced -
3 ways, 3 :
c.... r.atsa. rate $
grid height -
LOIIO' g27 spit heights, rust
el SUrfc*. rUrido
chrome grill.
prool bowl 1 yr.

IT BatocrlpUaa lUtesi and Appliances guar. U.L. motor. "

la Uo gnat .<.... per
jrwarj ate six BieeJks.Oefalde

+ pala, PH. 9(4-5745 99 jrar s trafe SJ.M wet six teaW SUe 332 N. Madison ALWAYS 1st QUALITY AT CARP'S


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r" Trip Harllee PlannedTo Site McIntosh Draws NEWS ABOUT SERVICE MEN

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Members of the Bradford

County historical Society and former City; of Starke radio Jr. served as his counsel.
friends will visit the old Fort operator,Tillman Mcintosh, The Judge said he had reviewed .
Harllee site southwest of Hampton 38, was sentenced to 10 yearsIn documents filed in evidence -
Mrs. Phillip ClarkIs Murray-Hardy Lake, near the Santa Fe prison In Circuit Court here and after questioningthe
River this Sunday afternoon. Monday April 19, after pleading defendant, noted that he t
71.72 President I Engagement Told The group will meet at the guilty; to manslaughter. was mentally competent to assist
t: Santa Fe Fire Tower on U.S. McIntosh was originally counsel I In his defense.
OfBetaSjgmaPhj Mr. and Mrs. William H. 301 South at 2 p.m. and leave charged In May 1968 with first Green then announced that
1 1V Murray of Jacksonville announce for the historical site about degree murder in the pistol Mcintosh withdrew his plea of
the appraochlng mar- two miles west of the tower. slaying of Jeanne Rena Mendl- not guilty to murder, instead,
Mrs. Phillip Clark was Installed riage of their daughter, Linda Those who wish to do a bit vII at the B&G Truck Stop onUS301 pleaded guilty to manslaughter. -
Monday night as 1971- 4I Florence, to Dudley Price Hardy of "exploring" should bring south of Starke. Asst. State Attorney Lar-
72 president of Beta Sigma son of Douglas Hardy and small shovels or other instru- lie pleaded not guilty by reason ry Turner entered no objectionand
Phi Sorority In ceremonies conducted the late, Mrs. Hardy of Starke. ments to dig with. The group of Insanity In 1968, was the court accepted the new '
In the Ralford Road home I The wedding will take place will be guided by old aerial examined and sent to the state plea.In. L1.1
of Mrs. Rudolph Hutcheson. Saturday, May 22, at 7:30: p.m. and sectional maps In tryingto mental hospital in Chattahoo- requesting lenience, Green _
Also Installed by out-going In the Southslde states Presbyterian find the exact location of chee under court order. McIntosh said the defendant has been
President Mrs. Buck Norman Church InJacksonvlllo the fort which was prominentin was returned to the Brad- Incarcerated for several years ,
were Mrs. Richard Rowe vice- Indian War days. already and asked the medication Aldrey Murray McRae, s>not qualified for and was enlisted
with a reception at ford County Jail Friday, Mack Mur-
president; Mrs. Gene Cox recording Cove Club House, 6100 Arling- Anyone wishing to Join tho April 16. ordered by doctors be Mr and Mrs. In an advanced paygrade sta
2 Starke
McRae of RI.
secretary; Mrs. C.W ton Expressway.All group Is Invited to do so, whe- He pleaded guilty to man- continued. Judge Patten then ray tus.
Slade, corresponding secretary friends and relatives are ther a member of the societyor slaughter :Monday April 19,before passed sentence and Includeda was enlisted on April enlistment I 15: into Ills present plans are to spend
; Mrs. Billy Hodge, treasurer Invited to attend. not. ClrcultCourt GeorgeL. directive pertaining to medi- the Navy's delayed the summer in California engaged -
and Mrs. Arthur Pa- cal treatment. program at the Armed Forces In the Crusade For
Patten and was sentenced.
tray, extension officer. Public Defender R.A. Green Prior to the shooting Incident : Examining and Entrance Sta- Christ. In ,August\ lie will begin -
Mrs. Norman was presentedwith .k Mcintosh had been em- tion in Jacksonville. his Navy: tour by deportIng
William M. Meng made the The Starke Is a
Navyman for basic
the training at the
past president's guard ployed for a number of yearsas
In appreciation of her serviceas Dean's list at U. of F. for the $176,273 Due a radio operator in the graduate of Bradford High Naval Training Center In Orlando -
president In 197071. last semester In the College Starke Police Department lie School, Santa Fe Junior Col- I Upon completion he will
The group also attended :he of Engineering.Karen County SchoolsBradford Is a former Wlillston resident. lege, and a completion yearat be sent either to a Navy schoolor
annual Art Show at the Bradford 7a In other court action Mon- Florida State University. Ho on the job training in his
Bradford Hospital
County announces -
majored in Anthropology Navy profession.
County Public Library, day Aprl119:
and Debbie the following births: minor In Theology. McRao
then returned to the Hutcheson spent the weekend with Tina Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Seay, County is to receive -Boyce Craig Taylor, 27, was a -
home for refreshments and asocial n Morgan In Lake City. Lake City, a daughter, Char- $176,273 dollars in the given an Indeterminate sentenceof
: 1 hour. lotte Marie, April 21. month of April from the K-12 six months to two years FOOD CLIPS Clarence Williams, Jr., son
Green school distribution funds. for larceny of a horse. The of !Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Franklin Why should you cook meator
This Is an Increase of $16- animal was stolen from Me- 'j( 915 C rosby.St.,Starke,
Classy Miss Jr. and family of Gainesvillewere Goolsby, Starke a son, Chris- poultry at low temperatures?
Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Stray- Sunday guests of Mr. topher Randall, April 26. 000 over the same month last David Farms In Hrooker, recovered It provides maximum tender- was enlisted In Die Navy's delayed -
horn of Wlldwood were Sunday and Mrs. Lex Green and attended Mr and Mrs. Alfred Lee year. In the Mlddleburg a- ness and juiciness and yields enlistment program on
visitors of Mr and Mrs. the First Baptist Church Waddell, Starke announce the Clay County Is to receive rea, and returned to McDavld. more meat because of less April 21 at Uie Armed Forces
Vickie Turner models
M.F. Hazen. Homecoming. birth of a daughter, Cassandra $314,386 an Increase of $74- Taylor told local authoritieshe shrinkage. It also helps make Examining and Entrance Station -
this .a.on' popular Denise, on Feb. 27 In the Ala 000, and Union' County$48,624, was a performer and want sure that the Inside is fully Jacksonville.The .
Mrs. Walter Vanderllp of dr... and .1.) eyelets Herbert Thomas and Charles chua General Hospital. Mater- an Increase of over :$400 dol- ed the trained quarterhorse to cooked without the outside beIng Starke Navjman Is a
sucker; Ga. will, be Thurs 'vest ensemble fromLelia's. Baker attended "work week- nal grandparents are Mr. and lars. use at performances, such as overdone. Proper cooking graduate of Bradford High
day to Saturday visitor of Florida's 67 county schools rodeos. School. Before going on active
end" Camp Weed where Episcopal Mrs. J.B. Coleman of Starke. assures wholesomeness U.S.
her brother-in-law and sis Th. V-neck Laymen readied the camp received $48.8 million during -Bill Ouster, 20, formerly Department of Agriculture Inspectors duty In July, he will spend time
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mo- bodice It whit, with the for summer. April for an Increase of $6.2 from New York and now living advise. with his family and friends
million dollars above funds In Bradford in Starke. Williams will receive
oty. received County, was placedon
mldreM and skirt In r.d Graddlck
Mr. and Mrs. II.E.
his Basic
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Farrlor in April 1970, Comptroller three years probation to If the meat around the\ chic Training at
of Dothan Ala. last Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gilder and whit. with gold button of Brooksvllle visited her par- were of Mr. Fred 0. Dickerson, Jr., run concurrently, In each of ken bone look reddish brown-- the Naval Training Center in
and family visited Mr.and Mrs. .. The outfit itby ents, Mr. and Mrs.Ralph Diggs, to Thursday guests reported. three cases of forgery and Uttering sven after cooking-.don't be Orlando. From there he will
and Mrs. J.T. Lawson.
R.W. Douville and family In Cay Gibson. over the weekend. The bulk of the distributioncame a forgery with the understanding concerned. It's safe to eat according report to his next command.
Orange Park Sunday afternoon. from the Minimum Foun- that restitution to USDA. The broiler- being either a Navy school
and Carl Hurst
Mr. Mrs. dation Program which contri- be made. shore activity, or a f'leetCom-
Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saw- fryers tend to show this effect -
Misses Patty Budd and Marty buted $46.1 million.An additional -Edwin Vernon Asher, 25, mand.
attended a family reunion Sun- because they're marketed
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 3. Ter- yer, Mr. and Mrs. George Roberta -
Smith of Jacksonville were Saturday $2.7 million was supplied by was sentenced to one In
day for her mother, Mrs. A.R. year The bone marrow
and Mr. and Mrs. ]DrewReddish young.
wlllegar and daughter, Anne,
overnight guests of Mr. Garner of Jacksonville who state sales tax.Documentary. the county Jail after pleading has not fully hardened and the .
in San Francisco were Saturday evening
and Mrs. Bill Meng. were vacationing and Maul Hawaii last- was celebrating her 87th birth- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred stamp receipts guilty to forgery. lie was sentto red blood cells seep into the Confuting day, ,ahen you
during the month of March were the Marion County Road Camp can't tell the
day. surrounding meat, causing a hope from 'the
Snell of St. for
week. Augustine an
Mr. and Mrs. Francis: Meng the highest ever recorded to Monday. leap red or brown color. girls or winter from ipring.
oyster roast at their hunting
entertained at a family picnic the Comptroller. Collections
Local admittances Brad- Mrs. Anthony J.Hess of Jacksonville _. __.
Sunday afternoon at their homeon to Is visiting her son-in- camp. showed an Increase of 26 per .bJ''' c _- ...:.Ii' -'" -,

Hampton Mr. Lake.and Guests Mrs. A Included R. ford Include County: Mrs.Hospital Mary this Phillips week law and daughter Her and Mrs. P.D. Fancher Jr. won cent over that of last year. Open All Dey Every Week Day Fri & Sat. 7 p.m.Sv.Dress .
Mrs. John Flynn, this week. ribbons at the The stamp receipts In Bradford Open 1
Chance and daughter, Miss Mrs. Irene Brooks, Mrs. Myr three first place County more than tripledIn
Elaine Chance, of Jacksonville win Long Mrs. Mark Akrldge. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton Wayne County Ceramic Show the same month. Last
Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Matthews Carldad a Vigil, Willis Thorn- and daughter of Tampa spent at Jesup Ga., April 2425.: Bradford County collected :$825 year: May Event.
of Starke Mr. and Mrs. ton and Pearl Conner, Starke; Friday night with their parents, Accompanlng Mrs. Fancher to to this year's $2,920.
Paul Meng and family of Hampton Mrs. Eva L. Arnold, Lake But Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton the show on Sunday were Mrs.
Lake, Sgt. Carlton Meng, ler; and Mrs. Luclle Foster and Mr. and Mrs. N.B. Rosier. Nancy Gunter and Mrs. Felix 5 h -: "
and Mr. and Mrs. John Mankerof Keystone Heights. Sullivan. .
Tampa.) Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves and There are all sorts of thingsto A
Brownie Troop 370 with Mrs. family and Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Mr. and Mrs.LaRue Williams be done in the garden at great \
Mr and Mrs. Charles Saw- T.A. Yawn and Mrs. Robert Early had dinner last Wednes- of Ormond Beach spent the this time of the year, and
yer and family visited Johns had a Held trip to the day night at Hale Kal RestaurantIn weekend with her parents, Mr. most of them will turn out to 3 01 I
Mrs. John Whelchel and baby Federal Bakery in the shopping Jacksonville on Mr. Early's and Mrs. R.A. Colson. hare been a mistake. CollectionZit! I '
center in Gainesville Mon-
In Sanford on Sunday. Mrs. T. birthday.l
H. Slade has spent the past day afternoon. The girls were 1lNNNN-N!-!-!!-N-!-!!--N--!N!!-!-!!!N-----NN!!!--!!- -l .. ,;rat Of
given a tour of the bakery and '
week with her daughter, Mrs. '
( '
witnessed the making and decorating

Whelchel, and family. cookies. of cakes, pastries and a .nr, ,," t ta

Mr. and Mrs. R.S. Gaines of / Z

Jacksonville. Harold Jordan of Mr. and Mrs.Norman KetcMe 1
Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jor- of Valdosta, Ga. were weekend e
dan of OvIedo and Miss Jean guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob great/ '
Legear of Winter Park were Ferguson
Sunday visitors of Mrs. Car-
rie Ritch and Miss Annie Dar- Mrs. James Ekard underwent s BOYS & GIRLS

by. last Thursday In the price. eM1
surgery /

Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith Alachua General Hospital.Mr. Short Sets \ -W ( S r rI

were visiting relatives In Matthews
and Mrs. E.L. ,
Lyons, Ga. over the weekend. Mrs. Bob Ferguson. Mrs. Bill
Meng and Miss Madge Middleton I Shirts & ShortsWide
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Shaw attended Holiday On Ice last
were In New Orleans on business !- Wednesday night In Jacksonville assortment of springtime play- r
Sunday to Wednesday. wear for Infants, toddlers, girls & jr. a
i boysl!

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gilling- Mrs. Randy Johns Mrs. De- A prize winning collection of
ham and family of Tampa ,will Witt Farabee Mrs. William
the greatest! styles!!
spend the weekend with Mr. Glover Mrs. William Rouse, 9ge
and Mrs. Guy Sale. Mrs. Edward Wainwright and Pert n' perky abbreviated Hot Pant Dresses
David Nail! of Jacksonvillewas Mrs. D.W. Whlffen attended the I Play wearSensation comfy culotte dresses& latest styles in 7 '
14th annual Girl Scout meetIng fashion dresses'! All of them just in time, 11 x C r
visiting his parents Mr.
and luncheon at Jacksonville 1 for our gala event!
and Mrs. T.E. Nail at Kings- 1 S tr r
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ley Lake over the weekend. University last Thursday.Mrs. Choose from assorted f fabrics daringly 1
bold patterns & bright, bright' solids Various
Mrs. W.H. Hart, Mrs. Ella L.F. DlnMns and Mrs. lengths in misses, ir. petite& W sizes /._ I /
Moody, Mrs. Pearl Colson, Lex Green visited last Friday s
Ladles 100%
Mrs. Natalie Thornton Mrs. with Dr. C.J. Houpt, who Is Nylon
Kate Sheppard of Starke, and seriously ill In St. Vincent's YOUR CHOICE
Mrs. Dora Beasley of Gaines- Hospital Jacksonville.Mrs. 's Stretch Tops 1

ville had dinner at the Lobster ,
House In Jacksonville Mon. L.G. Powell and Mrs.
day night on Mrs. Colson's W.C. Powell attended the funeral : fs. & Jamaicas $899
birthday. of Mrs. L.G. Powell's ii

of brother, Arthur H. Frlpp' of Solid & stripe sleeveless tops with various I \t( !
Lt. Col. Herbert Hildreth
Columbia S.C.. on Saturday. necklines. Perm press pull-on style 1
the Canal Zone was a week- The funeral was In Graham- Jamaica shorts with elasticized waist & _
end guest: of Mr. and Mrs. ville, S.C. stitched crease front. Fashion pastels rck
C.G. Hill at Klngsley Lake. & darks. :1
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Completely Reconditioned 5-10.uppers. Brown red & white tan In sizes e ::: ;;; 4\ ( at Carp's!

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Bradford County TelegraphPHONE ,, 16 Frl. Sat. ;
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Sneaking;; of endangered
SOUTH WINS species. Do Say New Years ,
resolutions still survive? .

BHS Runners Second (8


r iy -7-, ,' r.JJ. : 1 dy Paterson,
Tornado runner st* three tr' "r #f.; and Richard Fill ; ; PRE--
"h ,
new ichool record and tied t 1V.;,.,,\ I{ Jimmy ) I
: "
another to 63 point 4 I
amass 7 p )
In the low
and finish second to PalatkaSouth's place
146 points in the District ;" "," {Richard Fill ; ; SEASONPRICE
m Class A Track and ., ,1880:yard run.
Field Championship Saturday. Levy Lennon J w..
fin the 100 as : :
Palatka Central wa*third with .w
) r
In the 440. ; ; *
47, followed by Ocala Forrest
35. North Marlon was fifth with "In general ; .easy ,kxlis I BUSTIN'SALE
30 points. r'tMark+ the very best I
der the ; ) ; )
Fourteen Tornado teammem- ;
ber will so to the regional Loper said. !
exception they '
championships at Winter Park what had .' i'l1 '. ',.
they "
I .. l"
May 1 I. from which the first ,?.-"'",;r. "!,-{".,", "
four In each event will qualify "I cant say : ; _
for the state meet a week relay teams ; ) ; new twist In his lump and takes
later. Sprint Medley ; ) competlon. Ricks will CM on 40 R.- -\

The boy. gave a tremendous while It was
three BHS performance records and breaking tying; ter would being be able sick ; : ; -

another" Coach George Loper relays, but he ; i// IIfJ/ fJ
said. "Their effort will surely did It with ;
give them added Incentive In 12.2 headoff. ; ; )
the Reglonals." Douglas split of the 35.7) I ; ) ; $400 Why sweat?

Malachl Henry broke the ford powered a
school record In the long Jump 50.9 anchor for 12 STYLES 32 MODELS
by 1/4 of an Inch with a Jumpof 4 seconds ahead ; ; Fund 34,000 BTU'S
21'3-l/2" for fourth place. place team of :, ) ; 5,000to
Jimmy Andrew tied Ms re- ; ) ; 115- or 208/230
cord of 14.5 In the highs for DUAL VOLTAGE
second place. John Douglas J)
still lick after four bout De Fried Chicken, Lyman Greens
a day (Abbreviations )
: ; and Lee's AirConditioners
with the flu, lowered Ms 100 Marion PS- ) Fry BBQ, Slade Gas Room
; thanks
Also are
Fish Market. ,
mark to 9.7 for third place. Palatka
The Sprint Medley Relay, Team ford High J the extended to the teams who participated -
; ) In the games, the Recreation -
of Vernon Barber, Levy Len- OFOcala
non, John Douglas, and Mark t Clay High) : ) ; to be Softball League, Gar
Crawford also set a new school den Restaurant and the many
record of 2:00.9: for"a first J) dis volunteers who helped.It $119
Shot Put- J 1)
place win. )
Crawford anchored the Sprint Medley team witha 1 1/2" 2)) ; a-
Tim Murphey took first placeIn time of 50.9. to help st a new Tornado record of 3) Greene, OF ; ; ; we"
the high jump with a Jump SA 5)) Grace,
2:00.9: and give the team a first place win la District SA. sort of ages a man when SLADE GAS

competition. Discus1) : ; hand the rookie he said would nev-
2) Greene, OF ) ) ; ) ; ball and
) ; Appliances
4) Caldwell ) ) er make It In the big leagues(

301DRIVEI of S'1.00 Donnle Crawford' 5'8" The 880 Relay team of Mark SA.Pole is voted into baseballs Hall of 332 W. Madison
J .
have him a fourth place Crawford, VernonBarber,Levy Vault- J Fame as an old-Umer.
In the same event while Jim Lennon, and John Douglas took 13-0; 2) Green ; ; ) and
N my Ricks took fifth with a second as did the Mile Relay ritt, PS 4) ) ) Ray-
Jump of 5'6". team of Jimmy Andrews, Bud- NM 6)) Paxton ) Machine?
eed 1 A Sewing
Show Begins At Sundown --r- Gulf

Friday, Saturday Ne..v And Actlvitie From sev two TAKE A LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS
Tuesday, May :

April 30, May 1 THE RECREATION CENTERTHREE Independents 9 p.m. ; was $100.00 OFF The Nationally Advert

Double FeatureTASTE Baptist. by

led. t tised Price Of Any Portable Zig Zag

BBQ April 26)-7-3) with r Any: Portable Straight Stitch. |1/2/ PRICE-
10 games. The games the remainder Bank
.if. FOR FIRST PLACEIN of this week will playa Gulf 7-3, Your Choice 0'Any' Of The Following I
most Important role In determining -
RECREATION the first halt champ. First Baptist eve- Name Brands
1r SOFTBALL LEAGUE Drugs 1-9, '
For example, Williams Jew The PFAFF NEW,HOME MORSE
": First half of the Recreation elry-Community; Bank will haveto WOMF.N'S:
": Softball League Is almost over play the Independents and LEAGUE SET NECCHI UNIVERSAL AND; : :

!IF and three teams. are tied for Cunningham Gulf will play the TO OPEN NELCO WIlITE" 1 .
first place and the fourth team other two teams that presently -' The 1971 had
Is only one game away from share first place. If either League, with businesses.'v 3-3 Trade Ins Accepted Any Consoler
the three co-leaders. one of these two teams can tering, Is all the
Each team will win their two games this week season May 14. ball Desk V Price
play 15
gamesin they will be In the driver's .
the first half and at this seat but If they lose two or Sponsors for thank INDUSTRIAL MACHINES AVAILABLE: 1
writing every team has played split Hurst Shell-Green's BBQIs year are: : for
; In business. rett Septic en- Also rhltNtN: Home' .ton'seYl': '

I FLORIDATHEATRE most Any definitely way things four go there teams are in Florist side Games Park, and will be !Ken '.E-NNIS, .;.. ( f. f 'NS

IJ the race. two Friday games night : 1 4 .,f'lit .

26- meeting before ----------- --- --

k. Monday May 3.
Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 This was a big game for
Fri. Sat. Sun. both teams with Hurst-Green
sitting atop the league stand-

mmmmm _*'| tJVIJ1II1AULA April 30 May 1,2- Ings and the Jewelry-Bank RIL 22-
was tied for second one game

Double.Feature. out. HURST- Onlyrain
Mad the previous league leaders FIRST
Starring CHRISTOPHER LEE won they would have been Hurst Shell
sitting but the had little ;
[CP] 2))> pretty, Jewelry-
Bank team took advantage of church team
21-2 win.
poor defensive play and earneda
Plus JERRY LEWISVHfCHWA share of first place by downing The present I
/ Hurst-Green 13-3 In five rapped the ball ",
BRIDES innings. The win was the Seventh in the five costs less
TOTMEFTOlSlTJ. consecutive one for a team players had
rJF DRACULASun. that lost Its first three games the winners,
and came from last place to Doug Brown
a share of first. and Robbie I m
.. Mon. May 2,3
TECHNICOLOR [ J The game was close until
the fifth as Hurst-Green trailed -
Double Feature
only 6-3 but the winners WILLIAMS-
came up with seven runs In ANDREWS
H.'.meGf1.ron.n, Plus the top of the fifth to put the
tIMv' J gees on Ice. The winners collected Currently
only 12 hits, but held
a vs manuz r In the league ;
Vw'r*going to lows,* the usually strong hitting teamto ry ;
BigHohy. -,? only seven hits up another
< Lamar Williams was the leao- Andrews Drugs
.; /, Ing base hitter for the winners, Innings.
going three-for-four and one
of them was out of the park.
Billy Joe Sanford also had a

circuit clout.CUNNINGHAM. I '

GULF 18 t ''orida
..... i
Cunningham Gulf moved intoa I
share of first place with an y q
I Vr
--raVA KMx MW'tdal 18-1 win over First Baptist. ";1,
telU.. MKHAaiPOUAJD "runs Mrs.
Cunningham scored 10 '1 i
I8fOd In the first inning and coastedto

UtIle,...ondH6HAi5YPlus. In the their win four recording times at 16 hits bat. Ph. ; 1

I II1alaaaaara rr tt Mack Robinson once again : -.
MMCr1.4M1N -LxWq.a K1/Ink 122 N.
s paced the Gulf team going four- i -
11 S::, :. Charles Hall and Jim Duncan i is less dependable. Electric powered irrigation

Intae an au. .r ankMwsstavsrs were three-tor-four. The i the job when you need it, ,where you need it. Costs
P fl -.e. hits
church team had only
Paramount' [ and maintain than
buy other
Pictures and I virgin -.critic*... and Warren Carver had two any irrigation system.
presents. from,lit etiloii al"Om.Wean Tun/ I a* of those. It la Our [ electric powered :irrigation equipment lasts longer.

rro..cOlOR. < : what nature-r-or other irrigation power-can't do! .'..
tvwwI510N [ can. Electric timers can turn your pumps on

wvs* SCHEDULE- If you are [ automatically. Saves time and work ".

: find out more about the
Lvi9.ta Thursday: April 297:30 call will ; advantages of elec-
W en a.UMMt ? Your
AHMMffMPlriuCMI"WHEN p.m. Cunningham vs Hurst- from irrigation equipment dealer will be
Green: 9 p.m. Independents vs your to answer any questions.

tars it DINOSAURS ., First Friday Baptist.April 30- 7:30: PJn. her a call t I==I=I"J "\. )
Cunningham v.Williams Jewel free and ..........*>..-l........
TH A''m' ywwpny!lHca..ph : ry-Community; Bank; 9 pj-u
lP:thPage ca>> Hurst Green vs A cIn". from local

4 Telegi. April 29, 197 1

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Kidneys RemovedMrs.

LiftingStrengthens Lovell OKMrs.

Lucille Lovell WM described Donations continue to come

AthletesAlready Tuesday night as "do- In each day. says First Fed-
Ing fine" after undergoing removal eral President Bud MlzelL

of both diseased kidneysIn Mostly It's "a lot of llttlt -

a three hour operation In donations" Mizell says, ranging t':. .
the University of Florida Med from a few ,
; dollars to $10.
.... .
working to be stronger Center.
But $5OOOdonaUonfrora
and more agile for the 1972 a the .,...6
"The doctors: say everything Hughey Foundation in Tampahas
fooftill Bradford
season, High went file" said Mrs. Naomi been the biggest shot in
athletes have been
lifting Nelson who Is heading the driveto the arm to date. The founda
weights and going through agi- raise $35,000 for a kidney tion's gift reached First Fed- g

lity drills. 1 I transplant for the Starke mother eral here Monday. J

"Our young boys have worked ..... l of two. A' sister Mrs. According to Mrs. Nelson
awfully hard, says Head Coach Joyce Barton, will donate the
a distant relative of Mrs. Nel-
David Hurse. "There's a lot of kidney Mrs. Lovell will receive
son $1,000 to the foun-
Improvement In the majorityof !; sometime In the latter "."
and Is .
dation behind
the boys." part of May. the foundation's -
gift to Mrs. Lovell.
"I know our confidence is going .: No firm date has been scheduled The Hughey Foundation is a
to be better because we'll for the transplant opera- religious organization Mrs. -
know we'll be stronger" the tion, Mrs. Nelson says. Nelson says. w.1'. ,
veteral coach added. / .
Mrs. Lovell will live In the The Recreation: Department f't, "
The athletes began weight UF hospital until the transplant sponsored a fish fry last Fri- ;'( t ,

work more than three months operation. She will be kept a- day netting the fund $400. .-,'" ',.',,,. : \
ago lifting three days per week. Uve by means of the dialysis No special activities are "" ..,..-. r"I
But for the past few weeks machine which has sustainedher planned for the coming week, 1( 1IJ. :I

that schedule has been changedto \ the past year.Meanwhile Mrs. Nelson says. '_'...
lifting two days per week E'r' > :, .{

with agility drills occupying the Lucille Lov- Jr" ...,.. :. :
three days. ell Fund at First Federal In -
Starke continues to rise. At
Spring football practice began the end of business Tuesdaythe JudgeYawn -

Tuesday so that will cut /" fund totaled 1774605. II1"C! ,
down on the weight lifting some. '

Only one player has reachedthe

top or Gold level so far 'r '.,

which means he can lift 16 ", #, .'.." I'.. April Rain .. _..... .
times his body weight when the CitedBradford ,
combination of the weights are Little but strong is 154 pound linebacker Joey Branson. Far Below ,";

added from six lifts: the press Bra nlon is the only boy in B.H.S. Athletics to lift 10 ,

bench press, squat dead lift times his body weight. County Judge T.A.
clean and jerk, and the curl. Average Here Yawn was one of five North- Ma loch!. Henry setting a new BHS record in the long jump. I

Linebacker Joey Branson at east Florida officials who were _
154 pounds. Is so far the strong- McCutchen, Branson, Brad Blue Level, nine times body Rainfall so far this monthIs honored recently for their work "
est team member. Ilejias lift Carter. Stanley Crawford. weight: Stanley Crawford, David almost 3-1/2 Inches below in the area of crime prevention.
McCutchen, Brad Carter the for April The presentation of framed score of 21-5.
ed a total of 1,575 pounds exceeding lifting 50-year average
Squat, body weight plus Ronnie citations was made by the Spring Grid (From Fagot) moved their
10 times his body weightby Gray Flynn Gray Flynn, Hall Fare- according to figures from the The winners record -
;200 pounds Carter
: Ion McClellan Carl Starling Service.Up Northeast Florida Chapter of and four and are
35 pounds. Branson can press David Mc- Florida Forest to s'.x
165 pounds, bench press 215 Stanley Wayne Lambus Ernest Cowart. until Monday, the coun- the Florida Council on Crime Drills Begin The Jewelry-Bank team lost now In fourth pi nco, Dean Johns,
pounds, lift 475 pounds In the Cutchen, Robin Parrish Joey Red Level eight times bodyweight ty had received an averageof and Delinquency at a meetingand It's first three games and has- Steve Cox and llchard Klr-
squat 395 In the dead lift Branson. Wayne LambJS, Keith : Keith Tetsone Billy 1.2 Inches since April I. barbecue supper held at n't lost since, and currentlyare chalne were the Wa yina. '>r
clean: and jerk 185 and curl Tetstone, Ronnie Hall David Blgham Steve Strickland Don- The 50-year average for A- the farm of Union County Spring football practice got sharing second place with the Independents each collecting:
140. Newham J.Mann Stanley Hammond nie Crawford, Randy Gasklns pril Is 4.63 Inches In Bradford Sheriff John Whitehead under way at Bradford High Cunningham.The three hits. Johns b'asted' one-
Farelon McClellan Gary Joey Bakken John, Clemmons County Judge Yawn was cited for Tuesday with 50 boys, 15 of out of the park.
Nearest to the gold level Is Melvin Ernest Cowart. Ken Wayne Tetstone, Gary Melvin, Since January 1 through April his "dignity,quiet forcefulness, them on the junior varsity winners only outhit the
David McCutchen, who at 154 Fuqua, Jerald Grlffls, Donnie Stuart Strickland Levy Lennon, 26 there have been 120 fairness and overall concert! participating. church 15-13, but made better

pounds has lifted 1,525 pounds. Crawford. Jackie Mart Tim Crews, Carl woods fires with 1,305 acres for ''mmanlty" In the handlingof utilization of their hits. Billy I PlazaBarber
just 15 pounds short of the Bench Press lifting body Luther, Robin Parrish,Bob Dy- burned In Bradford County.This : his office. Practice will be held four Sanford paced the winners go-

coveted gold level. weight plus 50 pounds: Carter, al, Ricky Hall. Is almost as many fires and The presentation was made days per week with the athletes Ing diree-for-four while John
by Rayse Howard of Jacksonville getting Fridays off since Goolsby and Johnny Johnson Shop
Crawford 153 has McCutchen Flynn, Stanley more acreage burned than In -
Stanley ,
Green Level, seven times regional coordinator of that is the day when most activities were two-far-three.: John AlIen -
lifted 1,475 pounds, 25 pounds Crawford, McClellan Branson, the entire year of 1970 when
short of 10 times his body Randy Gaskins, and Donnie body weight: Greg Reddish Ed- 125"fires with 966 acres burned community services of the Florida are scheduled. led the losers going three- Stork Plata
die Hayes, Dennis Crawford Probation
and Parole Com-
Crawford. were reported.So .
weight and Carl Starling 132, David Newham, Stanley Hammond mission Some grldders are still run- .
Is 35 pounds shy atl,285pounds weight plus 200 far In April there have INDEP2NDKNrS21: Hour 8 to 5.30Appointment
Lift Don Leper) Marshall been 29 fires with 209 acres Other officers honored were ning track and will be avail-
lifted. pounds: Branson, Tetstone Cloversettle, Stan Reddish, Ken burned. Twenty of these fires Duval County Sheriff Dale Car- able for spring practice when ANDREWS DRUGS 5 .

Members of the honor clubsin : Lambus, and Charles Luther. Fuqua, Ronnie Allen, Joey Tho are believed to have been Intentionally son, Lafayette County Judge that sport ends in a few weeks. The Indopeiido'iU got backIn If Preferred
every lift are as follows: Individual levels are: mas. set by unknown per- F.W. O'Steen, Putnam County The spring drills will prob- the win column at the ox-

Press, lifting an amount e- Gold Level lifting 10 times Pink Level five times body sons on Container and Rayon- Sheriff E.W. Pelllcer and Su- ably wind up sometime In June. pen:!,) of Andrews Drugs by the Phone 964.5030

qual to a man's body weight: : body weight: Joey Branson. wight: Steve Register. !ler property. wannee Phillips. County!; Sheriff J.M.

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March Land Sales Hearing s Set In 5 .Felonies--.01


Go Over $289000Land Sixteen pleas of not guilty The sixteen cases were set dent; Al Young, not guilty to Leon Aspinwall Isadora CUs- lor, Michael O'Shannon Baker, ScS
were entered In plea day Tues for the calendar of county court. carelessly burning woods; Joe son? Roslllo Martinet, Rey- Douglas Lawrence McMains,
.. day before Judge Theron A. Dennis Cohen, 17, pleaded not Grlffls pleaded not guilty to mundo Rosales Perea, Herbert Carl Dean Drlggers, Donald
Yawn, and five felony cases guilty to carrying a concealed the same charge, and Eugene Alexander Rhoades. Steve Cub- Ralph Imel Fred Julius Pralle,

for 150 acres from .$6,000 for 20 acres from Mr. were set for preliminary hear- weapon; David Maruca, Steve Jenkins, not guilty to trespas bedge, Roy Sllcox forfeitedbond Eldred Keith Waters Robert
sales totaled over $29,700 ings.Preliminary. Henley and Roy Knight, not sing. for Newton Archie James
Madeline Jewel and Mrs. J.D. Odom Jr.. to vollmtal'1lntoJdcaUon; Lionel! ,
$289,000 in the month of March the estate of County to Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.Brown. hearings, before guilty to committing an affray; Archie Crews, Sr. entereda Dennis Cohen 428 for profane Baker. Jr.Pleading.
according to the documentary Dukes of Columbia W Charton Mob- $18,500 for a parcel of land scheduling for circuit court, Philip H. Reagan, charged with plea of not guilty to assault and indecent language;
stamps and deeds filed In the Mr. and Mrs. from Mr. and Mrs. WilliamB. were ordered for Charles Polk, profane and Indecent languageand and battery; Mazie Mitchell Harold Edwin Strickland did ,
county; clerk's of flee. ley.$1,100 of land Thompson) to Mr. and Mrs. charged with breaking and en- assault and battery, pleaded pleaded not guilty In three cases not appear on tile charge of guilty to driver's
a 1: taring Jackson Building Supply not guilty; Steven Mitchell of writing worthless checks
$1,000 ,
Sales totaling over Mrs. Rudolph DeWayne Lee McRae. possession of alcoholic beverage license) violations were Johnny -
from Mr. and April 24, with Intent to com- Henley pleaded not guilty to and Frank Mitchell, not guiltyto
Tem- minor Annie Mae
were and Mrs.Wil- $1,200 tor two lots In a ; Mehaffey (also charged with
$18,000 for 40 acres from DeWaters to Mr. ples Addition to Starke from mit petit larceny; Jerry and wilful and wanton reckless dri- writing a worthless check.A Mar tta was fined $26 for carrying driving with an expired tag)
Mr. and Mrs. T.G. Bitch to ton O. Hart. of land Hubert T. Cooper to Mr. and Wayne Dempsey, entering Con- ving. Glen Orvllle Scott pleaded juvenile case, Involving a a concealed weapon: Kel- Raymond Larry Aldrich Thur-
Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Simmons $39,900 for parcel of L.D. Vlnlng Mn. Ray Nettles tainer Corp. woodyard April 2, not guilty to driving while traffic accident, was moved to sey K. Kemp for no fishing man Smith. Albert Gerald El-
of Hampton. from the estate $30,000 for the Star-LtteMo- and grand larceny;Stanley Noe- Intoxicated; Willie Hankerson, county judge's court and set license and A.?. Rjtulerson for dridge, Sammy Cohen Jr.,
to Charlie Lou Vining. gel, for attempting to not guilty to petit larceny Ernest -
procure for trial when the
$12,000 for 100 acres from from tel from Mr. and Mrs. John R. ; defendant no lifesaving equipment Robert L. Brown, two juvenile
for 138.9 acres
Mr and Mrs. P.D. Reddish $10,000 W. Charlton to Davis to Mr. and Mrs.Morris a female under the age of 16 Williams, not guilty to pleaded not guilty. Paul Kenneth Barnel&ndWIl- cases. Johnny C. Hoi Us, Jesus
to Mr. and Mrs James Ro- Mr. and Mrs. Crews. Aaronson. for prostitution; Annie Mae assault and battery. Leaston Roy Knight, charged with lie Carl Daniels forfeited bonds Jose Lara, John Weatfall,
bert Reddish. Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Martin, aggravated assault;and Forsyth pleaded not guilty to Steve Henley and David Maruca -
of land $4,000 for 7-1/2 acres from for violation of chapter 323 Ronnie) Lang (also Improper
$10,000 for a parcel of land $26,000 for a parcel Mrs. Paul E. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Woodof Stephen Mitchell Henley and voluntary intoxication; Joseph for committing an affray, not Identified Fined $38 for tag), Johnnie McBride.
from Mr. and Mrs. O.C Casonto from Mr. and and Mrs. NileE. Alachua County to the Mer- Philip H. Reagan for aggravated Kerrigan, not guilty to failureto had already been put on probation unlawful speed were) Joseph
Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Ca- Justice to Mr. rill Construction Co., Inc. assault. yield and causing an accl- for a previous offense
son, Jr. Scott. last June, for one year. After Frazier Leon Blakely Cheek John W. KIght did not appear -
$1,740 for a parcel of land Forfeiting bonds on the charge of an Improper
$1.733 for a lot In Woodlawn consulting with his probation Joan Sampson.
from Ruby R. Caynoe of MarIon ,from Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wilson vj officer, Judge Yawn continued for unlawful speed were Frank, license tag; Patricia
County to Mr. and Mrs. Jr., of Jackson County to .Gritfis p the probation, with orders Holders, Jr.. Wesley Ernest Mack Youngblood was fined $26
Harold E. Crawford. Jessie Bell Tyson. to be notified Immediately Jenkins Jr., Bradford Lewis for allowing an unauthorized
$9,433 for a parcel of land $2,700 for a lot In Woodlawn Berries. If restrictions were violated. Dlnklns, Robert Powell Mizell, person to drive. Ronny Russell
from Mr. and Mrs. Willie E. from Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Annie Mae Wallace, charged Willie Henry Pool, Barry Ar- Patrick paid $26 on the
McCollum to Thomas J. Mc- Crawford Jr., to Mr. and Mrs. with contributing to the depen- thur Garten, Jame R. Mazza, same charge; Herman Leonard
Donough of Bowie, Md. Paul L. Crawford m. ii dency and delinquency of a minor Alvin Broughton, Larry Keith Winfrey, $36 for Improper
$10,000 for a lot In Santa $9,270 for 10 acres In the ( prom Page 1)) : was put on probation. She Goodall Saml A. Sanjad, William backing a vehicle; Wendell F.
Fe Lake Shores from Mr. and town of Starke from Bessie was warned that violation of h? Anderson Jr., JorgeL. Osteen $26 for failure to sur-
Mrs. Oscar Pridgen to Mr. I. Faxon of Alachua Countyto quota principally because the her probation could mean a Bolanos Gonzales Richard render driver's license, regis-
and Mrs. Raymond Brice, Mr. Mr. and Mrs.Ralph W.Steur- new berry has brought them an year in jail. Danny Jackson David Wilcox Raymond Larry tration and tag.
and Mrs. Ray Earl Johnson, Ren- of Brtcktown, N.J. average of $1.50 per flat higher charged with assault and bat- Aldrich, Roger Eugene Culver-:
and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Nu- $10,000 for 5 acres from Mr. price than the 90's. Their tery, was also put on proba- son, Willis Francis Medlock.
gent. and Mrs. Marvin Henry John- Sequoia berries weren't hurt tion, the judge withholding adjudication Willie A. Jefferson, Albert Ed-
$4,800 for 12 acres from Mr. son to Mr. and Mrs. William nearly as much by the cold of guilt. ward Smith, Gary W. Weldon
and Mrs William B. Woodsto Bonnie Geiger. weather as the 90's. Johnnie Plttman was fined$151or Jimmie N. Strickland, William J&SBarBQuePit
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin How $4,050 for a lot In Crosby "The Sequoia plants didn't 60 days In Jail for driving' Ernest Then, John Bill Jones
ard. Lake Shores from Charles C. wilt from the cold; the 90's while Intoxicated and his driv Don Gerald Lovett, Robert A.
$6,000 for 39.81 acres from Illllyer to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde did," Mrs. Griffis stated. The er's license revoked for 90 Carlsen, John Mack Hendry. Your Hosts
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest .. Doug- Columbia. big Sequoia plants and leaves days The additional charge of Robert G. Schmidt, Leon Ho- JOHN & SARAH REIDIS
last to Mr. and ,Mrs. RobertA. stood up, thereby protecting no driver's license was con- sic Bright, Mary Owens Grif NOW OPENBAR.UQUE
Chancey of Jacksonville. the fruit better, she said. '' tinued to next plea day, May 25. fls.
$5,000 for a parcel of land City Needs Pickers, too, like the Sequoia Robert P. Bennett and Don MI- Failure to appear for a sum-
from Mr. and Mrs. C. Carr better. They raced to get to chael Dean were each fined mons for unlawful speed were Is Our Business
Colley to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew CatcherA the new field where the big $101 or five days In Jail for Randall Page, Arland B. Wood- BUS. 6 a-m. 10 p.m.
J. Eaves. Dog berries would fill the flats faster -T--'j unlawful speed, and Dean's license ham, Stacy Bernard Bell, Wilson The Finest Pit in Fla.
$4,200 for 2 lots In Sampson A good picker, said one, was suspended for 30 Banner Jr., Ronald Eddie Call 782.3747 For Take
Lake Shores from Mr. and could get up to 20 flats a days. Willie Kate Johnson was Adams, Emmette Franklin Ba-
Mrs. Howard Brown. dog catcher is needed to day when the berries were running fined $51 for driving In the ker, Sarah Benton Reid Cecil Out Orderslocated
$1,000 for 2 acres from Mr. battle Starke's rising canine right, meaning enough fruitto wrong lane, plus $26 for no Augustus Maddox, Bernard On 301
and Mrs. F.P. Lett to Mr. population, says Police Chief make picking good. It Is driver's license. Louis Coulllard, Nella GrlfflsElserman Lawtey, Fla.
and Mrs. Wallace C, Collinsof Ken Fuqua. not uncommon for a strawberry Wilbur Rufus Tay-
Hampton. The Police Department Is picker to earn $20 per day. Charged with writing worthless -
$8,333 for a parcel of land looking for a man who can Grlffls has been picking every Drive Nets Cans checks and pleading guilty -
from Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. work part time to battle the day, the 90's one day and were Alice Steyer, Jesse r
Wiggins to the First Baptist the Sequoias the next. Tuesday's J. Wheeler, Ruby Waldron,
growing dog population, "
Church of Hampton. chief says. Gas will be furnished Sequoia picking was light but Civitan member collected 17,568 tin cons Saturday in Pearlie Albert, Ronald Russell, \ NORTH FLORIDA
$2,333 for a parcel of land with a truck will- he expected to get at least their and Henry C. Poppell. Each -
anyone annual drive to clear local highways of litter. I -
and Jeff 100 flats from the seven acres, was fined, told to make restitution -
from Mr. Mrs. Bakerto ing to take the job.
The local civic club paid out $17.34 half far and reminded that sucha Country Show
Mr. and Mrs Hubert Lee What Is needed, Fuqua lays Grlffls said, as he hurried to or cent can
Baker. Is a person, perhaps retired, leave with one truck load of brought them at the Bradford High parking lot.Blggolt violation of the law could

$4,800 for a lot In N.J. Jones with the free time to answer berries. contributor was Lawtey Methodist Church with bring months a to jail the offender.sentence of six 1st and 3rd Saturdays
Addition to Starke from MealyL. calls from the police when complaints It's a good season as far
Proctor to Mr. and Mrs. are made. as they're concerned, noted 6,300 cans. Bradford Middle School was second with 3-, For other than traffic offences UNION COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
Mrs. GrifOs as her husband Paulette Elixson, J.B.
Edward G. Tennant.:+ '
drove away with the load of 000- Griffin, Jr. and William Jon-
red fruit headed for the Law- It is the Civitan' goal to clear local street and highways athan Smith each paid $26 for 5* 8OOP.M. III'fH

tey north.market, then for points of cans and to make the annual drive unnecetary. throwing trash on the roadway; --. VALL COME I

I MOVIES: t "Sure, we've had fewer berries -
JacksonvilleBusiness 1 but the price has held
r up.'If we'd had more berries
FLOJUDA"Which the price would have been
Way to the Front?" down," Mrs. Griffls stated.
Is a high-styled Warner Bros. There Is still some bloom and ,
comedy which opens in Techl- many young berries on Grlf
color on Friday at the Florida fls' plants. Optimistically, he / I Atr
Theatre. expects to pick right through S

Jerry Lewis is the star, director May, as long as the weather
DirectoryAuto and producer of film holds, he adds.By that lie meansIf
which co-stars Jan Murray, the present cool weather
English actor John Woods,Steve holds out and It doesn't get

Sales and Service Franken, Whit Davis, Dick too wet. "
Rambo, and Sidney Miller. "May rain rots berries, .;--
The screenplay, written by Mrs. Griffls says.Exams.. .... -
Parrish Motors Gerald Gardner and Dee Caruso .... '. -.-
depicts the goings on of ""- -. -

a millionaire who Is rejected -
PALES young .. .,.
SERVICE by the Army In World
PARTS VOLVO War n and decides to form .
his own army of misfits to
wage war against the Nazis.
Always: Good 'Vied Cars Co-hit of the night Is "When (From Pag 1)) : tOur

Ml Laura St. Ph. 356-6654 Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth,"
a' Warner Bros.
there was no place In Starke
drama that fills the screen
where answering service was
ELECTRIC MOTORS with tribal wars, a near human -
available and that It would be
sacrifice to the sun god
Impractical to pay an employeeto
PEAVY a climactic- tidal wave and very
Brothers stand by a telephone here
possibly fllmdom's next top sex
24 hours a day to accept calla
Electric symbol In the person of Calif-
Co. -
Council stood pat on Its requirement -
ornia beauty Victoria VetrU en.a vo/uo/ In orx. hoW ti b
of a local phone,
Victoria o.nluty 01 Quality Monuroat"'ing. )
Voluptuous named
Electric Motors however, saying(the recommendations
Playboy Magazine's "Playmateof had been made by the
Sold Serviced Repaired r l
the Year" In 1968, head-
Electrical Board after a great
Generators Rewinding. Staters Armature lines the cast as Sanna, theworld' deal of study. .4 Super King Size
first blonde who narrowly -
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2328 avoids becoming a human Foam Rubber or Innerspring
sacrifice to the gods. The Baker representative Sleep it up on the sumptuous new Spring
PIANOS complimented the city; on Its Air Back Supporter Mattress. Layers of
301 DRIVE-IN exam saying It was the fair
YAMAHA Dracula, the dreaded Vam- est he had ever taken. foam over exclusive Karr innerspringscradle
CONN and KIMBALL PIANOS pire, Is back. Members of the Electrical you to sleep. Covered with luxur- 359 95
ORGANS This time, the Prince of Darkness Board are George Graudon and ious gold Damask, Puff-Quilted to foam.

menaces the children offour Merrill Deal city employees, and "Health Center" construction provides M nnM MO
and L.K.Whitehead local buildIng
apparently respectable = 1 MATCHING
extra where need it
families living In the suburban contractor.

London In Warner Bros. most. Available in twin double queen sizes.
"Taste the Blood of Dracula." tor electrician to have an established -
which plays Friday and Saturday place of business In
at the 301 Drive-In. the City of Starke.
Once again, Christopher Lee However, It was recommended A NEW SPACE AGE BOX SPRING
thi box
Is Count Dracula. He Is supported that the ordinance be Only spring is. .
by co-stars Geoffrey changed to require that the
Keen, Peter Sallls, John Carson master electrician can be % :
< FOAM and extra firm to inch
support every square of
Linda Hayden, Isla Blair reached by local telephone) and 1 .
ORGANS Gwen Watford, Roy Klnnear, that his telephone number and ; ., mattress! No noise no squeaky springs no sway I
RMievelt Mall-JM51. Russell Hunter, and Michael address will be on file at the .
Ripper. City Clerk's office.A V 2 Hard wood heavy duty base for long years of satisfactory service
WESTERN STORE Co-hit of the night Is"Brides ti,1 f '
Of Dracula." representative of Baker E- 3 Multi-quilted cover for lasting beauty and luxurious bedroom look

Sunday and Monday "Little lectric Co. questioned the necessity V r' i;. silent strength, no wearing out on edges.
LIITLE.DUDE. Fauss and Big Halsy" will be of having a local telephone -
featured at the 301 Drive-In. number when collect U The special density. EXTRA FIRM CLIMAFOAM" Is wonderfully
Professional calls would be accepted by his
Western motorcycle racing
Store Is the background for the Paramount company In Macclenny. He saidThe resilient, odor free mold and mildew resistant and it will retain its shape

Western Clothing Leathergoods Picture that stars Ro- .Cllmeloam Ia pofvurolllone.....
bert Redford and Mlcheal J. ..;
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Charles Sharon Petty Pollard.Producer Albert Ruddy and sere. draft, sera. ..employment. AUie s A rstsen _

/OS S. Edcewood 384-1210 Sidney Furie go behind the sere' p.paUUo> M "
scenes to explore the motives grawtJu Never beiere has
i which produce the unusual breedof there |eea .. crack talk about
FURNITURE men dedicated to risking -,*,.
I I. BAXLEY their lives In a perilous sport. .o. t

CHAIR The script by Charles Eastman A family suggestion box Is
Furniture Discount centers on*three young
, people who are part of t the Impractical; la the average

I'' uncertain world of motorcycle; family everybody's handwriting 434 West
il Living Room j racing. Is too sadly Identifiable t to

Dinsns: Room ""I '"WUSA The "second Starring feature Joanne Is ensure anonymity), '' Call Street 4 ,: Phone

Sedreem1WUOLZSACE, Woodward Paul Newman, and 827
Anthony Perkins Is a storyof
: PRICES an Itinerant disc Jockey who Tftri are to many> special
becomes Involved with the p- twntt Mat IM would' ort of
MS r.Mrf t Block from 1-Ina .lltical activities of a CGIII81'ftooU.e v e 1 0 o m an improcla ':'q 1.ell.eo"yf". 111.. 3n-1741 radio station week far a ctiangt

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7Mr D. E. BUI SAVE 90oci7hirzConte; ?'nom'
... j wJTh

"Put your garbage In plastic 1 ltl'leuUul'GN
bags If you want It pickedup
every week" U the reminder -
given Hampton residents -
by Roy P. Glover, who
picks up trash In the city Saturday -
mornings.Hampton council
recently voted to require C ;
that trash and garbage be put
In bags fastened with the wire
that comes with the package. a
If ;your trash has been left 1'
in the last two pickups, that
Just may be the reason!

PLAYGROUND Cyclone; fence FENCE was UP put up b

last week around the playground FLORIDA PRODUCTS DAYS
area next to Hampton city: hall ryF
Several loads of clay were previously ,E
put on the site, and BEEF PEOQ
spread, for a basketball court
and basketball goals and swing
sets are. still to be set up. ig'i
The playground lite has been

the well-used fencing In recent helps keep weeks moat, and tTrAMPM PRICES GOOD THURS., APRIL 29 SUN., MAY 2 $

of the stray balls Inside and
out of the traffic of the main


Lisa Carter celebrated her 30
seventh birthday with a party; /
Saturday at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs.William '
Carter. Ten were present for E-Z CARVE
games, gifts, and refreshmentsof

PERSONALS Ice cream, cake and_ punch. ), OVEN READY

Jerry Brown, son of Mr.and
Mrs. Kenneth Brown of Hampton -
received his discharge W D BRAND U.S.CHOICE SHOULDEIIROAST
from the U.S. Marine Corps
and Is home with his family.He ma BONELESS $119
had bee n serving In Okinawa =y . .
and flew homo from California -
after receiving his discharge -
Friday a week ago. .

and spent family several of days North recently Carolina with Steaks. SAVE o; 1e $159 Pork Roast. 49c

his brother and sister-in-law .
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stone and

n Mr.and and son Mrs.of Guantanamo H.W. Priester Bay Pork Ham La 69C Canned Ham 3 CAN IB $299
Cuba, visited here last Wed- .
nesday with his uncle and aunt
Mr.and Mrs.J.G.Adkins.They
are on leave visiting their fam-
ilies before going to Japan soon -
with the U.S. Navy. The pre- A s CHEK ALL FLAVORS SOFTDRINKS
vious weekend. Mr. and Mrs. /
Adkins spent In Ft. Pierce with 1 NMINT -
Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Priester. :1JtAJII
Charles Prevatt of New York ,
was a recent visitor here with :
his mother, Mrs. J.B. Prevatt flht'I
and his sister, Mrs. Marce-
lene Campbell, and children. V
Mrs. Otto Hicks and Mrs. Limit 13 With $7.50 or More Purchase Exc. Cig.
Charles Hicks drove Debbl
Hicks back to South Carolinato

college after several days ,1.\ ,
; .-' *
at homefor'Easter'Vacation.ReceriPVlsltors T
,; ( at'the Don
Hill home were Mr. and Mrs.
; Ray 11111 and family of Holly, L e 1
"t Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill DEL MONTE CUT
attended the funeral of Truman $
;, King in Jacksonville on Green Beans 5 CANS __ rcllw
Monday last week. Ak'T
Nelson Carter left Mondayfor c .
the state of Washington,
to receive his army overseas
assignment. His mother and Large Eggs 2 DOZ. 89C .
Mrs. Carter's mother,and(their
sisters, Kay Carter:; and Kathy HI CFruit
,. Beaty of Plant City, were here 13 12-oz.: Quantity, Right h..rv.d
Monday to airport.drive him Kay to the and Jacksonville Kathy Drinks. .3a D.. $100) CANS WINK DIXItSTOIItS INC COPVIIOHf Ilia

remained to spend the night
with Mrs. Carter and returned DEEP SOUTH

Hampton mentor home Mr.Tuesday.and and Lake Mrs.family, to Vernon moved the home Par-to Mayonnaise QUART 39C Meat Dinners 21FOw. $1 1

formerly occupied by the Pat- SPARKY BRIQUETTES .
rick Welch's. Mr. and Mrs. POLY BAG FRENCH FRY REGULAR OR CC
Terrell Jones moved Into the Charcoal .20 BAG88c:

Williams Parmenters home moved.from which Mr. and the LYKES VIENNA t Potatoes..4 1

Mrs. Mike Peeples moved Into
the home where the Jones'lived, ,
next door to the Dewey McClel- Sausage 5

lans.Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Horne Lemonade 9 CANS s 99C
have been on a vacation tripto .
South Carolina, visiting relatives Peas 3 $100
Including his daughter, . asvs DIXIE WHIPTopping
Mrs.Oliver Murray.Mr.
and Mrs. A.C. Dennison AIIIIOW(162.CT.SHUTS) 3 -$1
and Mrs. J.B. Prevatt attended -
the funeral of their uncleIn Towels 3 89C O .
Jacksonville Saturday. Man- BRILLIANT
gram Roscoe Dennison,62,died ,

Tuesday Mrs. Don in Jacksonville.Pearson and chil- THRIFTY MAID Shrimp 1 lbele $199

dren of Miami were here for Orange Juice 3 CANS $100 C sso PKG.DESOUTH .
several days with her mother,
Matchett has bee 111. He was

moved In to Gainesville Alachua General last week Hospital Preserves .2 69C Cream Pies 4MORTON 'FOR: : $1 00

from Bradford County; Hospital. AR .
Y Wayne Matchett of Long Island -
N.Y. Is staying with his
mother this week. ...


We would CARD like OF THANKS to take this : <:: '-

opportunity to thank each and 39 MORTON ASSORTID I
every one of you for the pray DETERGENT *;
era, cards, food, flowers and
other acts of kindness! shownIn POT PIES
the recent loss of our loved
one. May God bless you.-Fam (ilr Limit One With $7.50 or More Purchase Exc. Cig. 49-01:*
fly of Mattie Sowells. BOX


Stop and 3 PINTS 4 sl
RestaurantJ&S Strawberries FOR $100 Juice QU SAVE


DallyAmple 24 lire ,P Apples .4 .l: 59C Lemons SAO 59C
FarUa . . .


Can 289-5111 Jet. 301 For&.Take 228 Oat Potatoes 10 sl:0 69C Cabbage 2 HEADS 29C

Blaxville\ Florida tf . .

April 29, 1971 Telegraph Page 7

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(. Th C.a.ey .1adsVe Cots our written defn*..*. If any CALL rOB BID Florida DrivePhoenix according; to raw the property .'. Car w
attor. *m T... Ctrcall I* The Coonlr <. 11.1138. Law Of Florid
Maelrlpal Conrt lom'Hb
Of Bradford Catri; Fl.rM.. to 14 OIl the plalatlfVS> Uleeel BleetH* Of Bradsfell. xl In mich ertlfcn>t* or .
.. Fra. <. N' *. name and adder a..mtlmg PI... Adltli nMeillflraUaaa .._ 'co ai>-, jrlortu City, Alabama cprtlflmte will b* otd to the In Ad For Headland Catr."B routine 6DinhBr dfordlCounty.
r'irr''OIIa': : ; You are hereby notified I thai *
Hobbs. P. A. ... 41. No. highest )" Court
'tr.l .k.. bldd.r.
In HbTi, BMat Anna 1. action for t the court .
In Ra an divorce ha bee .Wo. 1-1D1I Floridalncreesinr| the Jurisdiction
711 IB. Kennedy J5'2-' FIerklaM.ald : Petition of John Bell house door on the first /
JTaoaeen. Deceased.Notlc Florida. will b amy. and Bertha. love filed against you and yon are day In Mon- In Ro: Estate Of Paul DarIn 411114' court to all
Tempe propoaeJ Bellamy month
Oredlfor r* of Juno
to required to nerve at nil. ...... iod.Notice which the d .
a copy Btcphnei De law In *
with the for the at
orlBlnal rived adoption eaten
the by ) which
AU cred-ltor. ot the JUtat: at and III* city Council of of Arthur the 7th day of June.
; oft written dofeneee. If
Creditor of property
To value
..... .. clerk of the .ba. Myle onpt Ui* City Bcarke FVorlda. un. Orit11sNotic. ruft any mand or nnnT
i. -. deoeaeml. ax !
on Kl.le.,8. 8iinrtre. Attorney I'Aatrd To all or..I.4.n Praon. doe. not exceed .
May 14 11711 Of Adoption volvrd
hereby notified and required .. on,".rwlee or a before/Judgement may b. ill June 7:00 1. P. M. (local. time) on Tel Rats Le. Prooeedlnir Town.Uy for' Plnl"...oft. whole ad. ufllltpd thl. 14th day .of April. having olnlm or ........nd.OM"I..t providing *n effective, oat*.
file any: claim or domaad "'JJ.fo : dr.. I I. 111 W.m Call Comml. al.kroner .
entered ereinet' .TOU..for<< the Diced) : o n"rn.J: : wtu I* unknown. Street (SEAL) auld *Uxto. Baard. of County I
whlolj they may have a aln relief demanded comMI Pirant Addition and Modlfloatlon. o"j{ Notified p O. Bow IS. Atark Florida Gilbert a. You and such of you, are .. Bradford County.Florida .
aald i I Mtet fa tb. Offal ot th* ..ma'! liooi and file the Brown and requiredto It 4Ufi
that the above .. a hereby notified ,
p.tltI4In.Wltn. at which time Petitioner Clerk
of ] pl.lnt "I' proosclawill ahove.tyledJnurt :: : of tho Circuit Court
County Oouaty..; Flarld.a* I In th.Court' .... mr: hand and the I b* publicly oDiined and *. Jona Bellamy and his wlf. the Clerk of the of Bradford. Coun-ty. Florid. rile any claim. and domand..
before of
on or Mnv 11,1171therwl. either
of aid Court on April II. road aloud. PrapoU. receivedafter Berth Love .Wamr.: bay 4-18 which you or J'ogiPaul
hou. at fltarko. Florida, with- 4t 1-10. ..
.11.011. petition > a Judgement may b* row*. against h.
the above In my
117 t. ilfld time the above
ID six l oal.ncs ,jnonta from pe< .
the tint publication of tnl. Oll"'rt S.' Jjjo-wn for opening will b* returned tyleil Court; for the adoption .intend demanded acalnet :you In the for the Complaint roller Notice' or Apvllrtloi Fr Ta* late Darren of Bradford Stephen County.rtoflda. deuen. N > > >- *
demand By nutftn M. Moody uno *nd. to the .nder. of the child 4orlbd therein UeedJleo. 'd,
_10.. Bach claim or
Clark In. project Include furnlih.In a* Arthur Griffin' and. IS the> off4oe of the
muet b* U wrltln and 11I110' Deputy you ire 'D" '" K .*, rfl )
hand and) the Bradford
Witness jfud
4.11 4t ..11 and liutalllnir required to ahow' why my Nonce Dounty **
; **
state the f>lM. of .Id..o. andpo.t one or two eau I. that ra4t..4 DIXIEPOULTRY
anal of aald Court on th. day .
oftlo..ddr.a of th. claimant Duel-Fuel OUml Generating ithe same should not be granted Leo D..1Ju.: the folder' at the Oounty. g"pk} IN
'i& *
eJAt.r.P of 1171. within
and must b* worn t.. br BIDS Unit with '' \ ltl' ofnot ; by serving a copy of :your written April. following otrtlfloato h... fliedsaid County IJ'O''I "dat
'i\o3't SEAL) of the
Nottc I. h rby irlvon nt iaa, than defence., If ( month. the *
upon c.rllflcate'
the claimant his ..*... or bt.Mtorn.r. nor any for a tan deed
Gilbert' .. Brown CI.r"Ity of this
or It will b. om*."ol*. the Board of County Commie '*- more than .350 k.... complete Thnron A. Yawn' Jr.. whole JJcIrd. to b* leaned theroon. The or.' of lh. first publloa.t
accord in* to law, !loner of Bradford County with all auxiliary equipment, aditreee I. P. O. Box 140, Stark. Betty : Deputy titian number and year* of notice.diecu. mu.tb
-B- WlllTara. J. :Jarawen. Jr. Florida will rauelrl' MaloJ foundation" wiring: wltoh- Florida.. Attorney for the Petitioner Clerk 4-11 4t l>. Immune, the description" of th, claim or demand ]
WILLIAM *. JANII3Ek. JR.Kieoutor bids' ofOI'l"urnlfthlntr item. plplnc. coil all other *. and by flllnt the ors' property: ana" the manse In .lnpr. I 'p and must stet and*
of th* Ketet of Aaaa All Labor And- noeeorr for a completeturnkey i la-lnal thereof with the Clerk which: It ws aju_N.d are **. phe of residence
J. J.n....., deceased. or Incidental. Neeee*..nr To Inatallatton Including of till. Court on or before the ]*.tle* ..*. AaHat|* rat liollow: poet off** addreof th*
*) toby
-S- Ell...* F. Shaw. Maintain The Heatln And Air .ddlllon* and-or modification 17th day JL May.t11I; other.wlie tired Tag Certificate No. 64. Year of claimant and mul b* wom .
EUOKNH1! *'. SHAW i4l w... Call Street Bradford County Courtbou All material and equipment bred aralut rou' raatlaaT lb.petition Notice 1* Hereby Olvon. of Property WSA hi. attornoy. or
North Temole A.*nu*. fnrnlhd and all for adoption I that according to.. "law.' '' SUPPLY I
Btark. Florid.Altoro.y 144 work performed Sire. Evelyn.:: Tyler the holder of NW'i at. SW4 UX: N 1 .hall d.M.*r
for Jiuollt..r:: Florida! The Admin-! shall b* In acoordaneewith Wltneie my hand and the. of the JVilUivvlnn corllti"...... A CM. SEC: 17- -22. Each creditor his clam
a-al w ,.? "ration Bulldlnie For The Brad the .peclfloatlon. and Mal of all Ceurttble Utb day lua filed. *..ld certlflcnte. for. Name In which ..** ***.. Annie nfflolent' copies. of *
ford County A rloultur* Can, contract documentspertaining of April. J871.Ollbert a tax dead to be Unuod Uoodwln B8T. T.. one toe County roost
Ntl.* Of laflea. For tar lotThe rlh. Stark. Flor. thereto which I (6IC AL) on, Tho C.Nltl.a I number, of Mid property being I In mall **ch D
Ida Oper.' d the office ofyFredcWllenq 8. Brown. to Clerk ami, th:1I: BriuUord roi>re..ntatlv*. .,
Ta* Dee : rJmrjney your* of Imunnco. the des n bLat 1 .,.
'... 1114.'" P. B. D sting C.nler Bradford County 4k. Associate I Bntrlneer. liftHondrlck. .f said Court crlptlun of the property and of Florida* Freddie..rll 101, 8 enhe.Dl 81''. WILL BE
Notloe J. Hereby Cirsa t"a' palra-round, "ol.w North, Avenue Jaok.on- Clerk Beulah tf. Moody Deputy the natium In which. H Union such cerlflcnte or cer- SR.As .
*. Ev' e.rtltloatsri 'Stark, Florida, Health Departs' villa, Florida, and at the office 4-I4t lt -/ fiminil are a* follow: wa a. Utica shall be redeemed ao- FREDDIE M FrfPHENB the E.talsof Jed
5 th. !4oIIowIni : :: mint Bulldln Ill N. Church of the City Clerk. City Certificate 10//.. 4D. Year of lording to law the property .amlnl.trabOl' of Stephens.Deceased. J
".. IU.eS Mid .'there- until Miiv i.1971 10'HO A.M. Bali Stoke. Florida. The Clrevtt Cavrt Of Fler.Id Imiuanco 1U89. loHcrtbed .In ouch certificate. orjertlfloate Paul DorrOl1
i tax deed to b* lieued Si the offlc of the Clerk Copies of pacification ana *. Bloalh: "."'.'.1 Clrealt. la biwurlptlon of Property: WH will bo sold to the' ttAprilt' U. CLOSEDSATURDAYS
on. Tb. cartlfloat numbs* Circuit Court In the Brad. contract document may b* obtained And ...* Bradford County Cae i .nil year of taauanc. the diorlptlon *- ford County Courthouse at from the office of Fred III .0<>t 200 K A WI By 327 N S. door on the tint MondayIn 1111. _
of the property. and mark Florida .A'lIrl: ld Mm: Wllnon A. AeeDolnee.' IITO Ifrn.drlok Patricia S. 8tlMwll. Plain. >KC> 29-T-t-8-n-23 Ell "month of June, 1171. which INTIONTION' 10d L
ft bleu *. b* 1>ub.llolT Avenue ..laokeonvlllqFlorida of OF
the nemee In which w aMd *- all ltf. v* Pant Atoa dtlllw.ll. Name In which. aaaeMod Rob. > the 7th day i-or '
are a* follow: '- opened and road' aloud. upon payment of 111.00 Jr. Defendant. err U Tyler Dated thl.1 2'th April, Notice herebyOgiven' of
Certificate No. 41. Tar ofiMuanc Bidders fluallflca/lloei mutb for each eat which will not Notice Of Suit of weld r being' In 1971. to r.o the 1171e..elon
1111.De.arlpllon eall.faotory to the Boardof b* refunded Partial let maybe TO Paul Mien elmweiIJn t h:11 n of .J'il..r:: btat, (URAL) 1"I.n to he.polY Florida LaIOrI.la.
of 1"I'000..rty Wy County Convmi.."lonr* ot purchased from the Hnclnetr Car of Martha. BoewWye. of FlorlUu. Gilbert I 9. Brown. ot ol..n wtomlieMln .
( EJC Bradford' County, Florida and by payment of the Union 'Clerk or CireuttCourt ofBrad' tore for 9anxge.
of SWl t.OQ:1 certificate or 1. Chapter'
LOT 1I'10'Imw\r(1 : Rr-f2i Mid. Board .hall b* the sole of rtproduotton at the "crtirioute. aliull b* redeemed lord County Florid i,eol.l.ft
\ BBC tt-T- lud of ouch qualification 10 SO par Meet. of drawing end ,2t K 540

Name In which a_oad Rob- th* Board. of County Comm l 1010 par vac. of the polfloatlon .! .:n,,remr.' ::,.: ,......"""-,,,.y,,:a r,.vrr
.Ion... of Bradford County ..
mAlPorTid< propfty belrnr U Florida rerve. the right. to Bid I ***eut.
the Count of Bradford...* waive Informalities 'In any bid .dAb : bidder. and.
411 J1'IOO'Ida.Unl. and to accept any old which It Q..Ura..d eurety or a 0.rtlll.2
... such oertlfloat or DO".Id... to b* the low..t. rnmnalbl *. or ea.hler'" cheek on any na.tlonal I C' CELLBATTERIES
orlflcat ....11 ..b* ..4.*tnj.. bid and to reject or state bank. In a sum
to property all & not lea. than five ;,. MEN'S WALK i. lutciss
db : :
SeMrlb.3 r 1"lauo1h.: 'ihft't" Commiauloners .I..rhf
: : of County the amount bid .. .
or certificate will b. sold t.. Bradford Oountr. to the Chairman of the City, :
the bIRheetbidder
house door flry Monday Dy Ollh.rt S. Brown. E. Florida, must accompany: each till //vex. Alwiflipii.ikli.
month ranJut:*. ; whloh Officio Clerk of .ldM Board. bid' a* a .a-uarant that the lY., / .
r. the 7t" .Jun. un St .. Bidder will not withdraw from PIiMANINT IU A6ESS
Dated & d.r 14th day 01 rl"tl1l. the competition after opening ; gar re w
CALL FOR BIDS the bid and. In the event the Pa1ff ;
I.I awarded to the Bidder .
REAL! ) Bid will b* accepted, Ott er contract
Gilbert *. Brown before 7:80 p.m May: 11. 1171at he will., within ten dare M1ern
Clerk of Circuit Court' the n_ American ......ion thereafter. enter Into contract YOU SAVI MXCkoti
Bradford County. Florida' lit Edward. Road and furnish the required bond.
4.U 41 ,..MI Stark : falllnv which he ehall 1 forfeitdepoilt .
.. Florida, for the rle ot film I5 I/////
liquidated! demaseaThe ill
of land owned bY"' .
Th Crrenlt Coort Of 11.FJdeh a Po.t parcel and located. at the corner Bid Bond and Performance wli itltotlil .
Judicial Clr*.l OC Weldon Bond are required to b* 11 l Mltrf
BradfordCocty al the N wteCouKhou. ecured from and xouted by. ,
.1..ldo. I. Lad Fe
adjolnln: The dlmen.lon of the (not merely counter.lcned) an tillii, P1aY H 1 ,

JoIld-8"'t. Home. Tno.. a property vropirtr I* I4 fee on Weldon agency of the surety or Inmir- a tulMi.Slltl : I I All Tnuhlx
r.oW.I corporation, PlalntlTr. Mtreet by I4. ft on. Grand .nee company which agencyMil / I I1tt.tlu
Osteen. and Eleanor Street oontalnln approx.mnt have an eewbllehed plan / A
of bu.lne In the State of
Notlc O'flteen Of; BustPropertyTO Defendant. | w..ly nerve one acre.the right" to a- Florida and b* duly lloenie* :;;

: Eleanor O'9teen. who Ifvr ptorr..otanyorallbld.] to conduct bualne** therein and
th* are of It year.: andl" t-J 2t t-at curb agency shall receive and.- Sll.I 6-12
retain full a *nt* oomml.iloa
who. ...Id.n" I I. unknown.You "
Ar* Notified.that la T"e C'r ....... r CactiF on much bond.
an action -to.blor* .. i Bradford Ce.aty. Fl. lain Each bid should b* -.ddre.e..I INSECTREPELLENT
the following ltr B.tat of Bunlo I City Council. Stark
vropery mortgage In on Bradford County.'iToBin'nlnir : Ire Morrl. I>*.****.. ;' ai'.h.: and marked "Municipal ''' 1
Notice To Creditor.All Die.el-:Eleclrio: Oenertln 0
at the lntr*"- creditor of the Ketat / .. Plant Addition. and Mod- Asps bats film

lion of the Eat line of the of Eunice Louise Morrl d*. Iflcatlon.". and delivered to I e 1 Iftiq. NII wt. v/i'/ *iMEN'S ,
NW4 of the NW \4of Mention eead. are hereby: notified the office of the City Clark at
It. Town.hlp Bouth. Rage end. required' to file any claim the City Hall either by a revreeentatlv -
12 Rut: and the North border or demand which they may 'of the Bidder, who
ot a State Wad (said point bay acalret "said Retat In the hall obtain a receipt thereto, 4e.lee
being 40 feet from nanterlln offlc of \h* County Jnd<* of or by reicl.tered mall with return .
said thence West Bradford' County. Florida !. receipt requested. / I lu/ YOU IAYI 33X
ot '
along aald It'Rd.. *t ep .the Courthouse at.tark.. n... The City reserves the right
1c.J:: Ida. wlhln pit! calendar month e
4he P.O.B. 1-heno par- to waive Informalttle* In any POLOSNtt'li. 1
.'lolInK the Bunt line of the from th.Old.I of the first ipub.llcatlon bid, to reject any or aM bid ._ /
NWH of the NWU of Smtlonl Notice. tech In whole or In part with or ,.
8 South. Renee demand be I* without cause, and-or to accept
Town hlp ::r.'nr .r't '
II JJa.t. 100 ft thence Wt and th4't bid*, that. In I It* judgment, will ilylit A filrlet l l
100 feet thence South parallel- >face or rldno and poet of. b* for the bet Intere.t of CiII/I him knit '
Imr the aid Ba.t line <>f the flee address of the claimant the Cltr 411 fltark. ties cillirt t m.ck d LADIES'
and must b* wan to by the 'w 1 1
of the Wit 100 ft City CnnnrM of the City
Sa a point 41) ft from the claimant. his ...... or his at. BUrk Florida unit ttyln. Slztt FAMOUS MAKER
centerline of a Btat* Rd thence tomy or tl will beoom TOI41aornrdln Merrill Edward Clt'wlt1rk; S-M-L. HAIR CURLER SETS
Eat 100 fee to, the POD B*. .. .
of the KWH; of the JBrn p .lrv Denmark [
a parl
NWH of ", ...tlan IL Town.hlp BRNB8T1NB DBNTfARltAdmlnlelratrli : la The Clrcvilt Cart Of .r**> USHCUBES
lloTith. Range II .....t. Bradfor.J of the Hta<* era D...<7. Flewtda. BRAS
Oounty, of take Louise Morrla de- ") t 4 Chesl1 hem to N./fm, / smtl are re. scant

filed acaln.t' :youranndlyoupen *Tint Wnnil'VlrlrlnU' fllk., Paln- Matti/s, Sales mateupSllltl II .
eL J pk|
required to eerve a copy .r Publication ea April tiff. ye Andrew Jackon 81ka. 5'LWYJ t. U1
1.71. D.f.lld.nt.NOTJCrn. tiBJaiStJ /xI1NIdluuablelope.uable Tiki 4
..n 4t .1
OF ACTION Irc. f. plei.wink /
-- TO: Andrew Jackon 01k**
Car of Heroulai Powder Cowpony ',; n
Whltevlll N.: C. nki.
You Am Iotlfld that an i .0-
GAINESVILLEBusiness tlon for divorce haa been filed FAMOUS 1
airalnit you and you are' re- /
>" of yonr YOU
.n'cdefence..1f any.: to It. MAKER SAVI
on Thron A. Y...wn. Jr. Plain
tiff. attorney, who. addre.t JEANS 1
DirectoryAUTO to. Po.t Office ra.w*.. 149, r NQw
Btarke. Florida on or' bfo". / 1
the 17 day of May. 1171. end 'I
file th. "rl[ln.I with the Clerk IeV
ef thl* Court either before *....

SALES GAUDEN SUPPLIES Tlc Immediately on Plaintiff thereafter attorney oth rr-or 7.'II r1a 1- CON VERSE PUREX

wi... a default will b* entered] alit n1 hme.tome
against you for the relief de. :111,1, astyhet.
BRASINGTONCADILLAC mended;: In the Complaint.Wltnem .at / I STEAM-DRY IRONS
Johnson Paris, Inc. my band and the ;
seal of thl Court this IU day T11mlu/sue Arta/t

OLDSMOBILE: of Anrll1571.. ahotha d i krlllliiliknmi
SEEDS PLANTS (BRAW! n7et, e111r4 V I a
Gilbert fl. Brown A* Cleric / /
Inftectlrlden Pet I
SALES & SERVICE; SuppliesFERTILIZERS C\BY Betty. Sdward.. Depot A faMles, Sho t trlm.Kln-
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Vol. 92 No. 40 April 29. 1971 2nd Section


Tht Swettett Slraicbtrrltt rAg SUe/Htmttk/

Size of Bradford FamiliesIs

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County Agent
-1 A bove National AverageWith
By Mrs. A.B. Whitehead, Sr. up at Sunday School. Hoping for
. even better attendance this Sun- -

by Bobby Taylor I didn't get to put week any becauseour news day.This time change is really a new "baby boom" the average locally Is 360 per- To keep the population at
In the last
paper starting In the U.S., reflecting sons per 100 households. Its
confusing. Our church choir is present level the average
school was In too big a
This figures out at 3.6
and encouraged to meet at 9:30: the rising torrent of young per- number of children born would
but hope nrav
BUREAU TO MEET POULTRY MEETING RESET mess, we back a Sunday morning, so last Sun- people reaching marriageableage sons per household, higher than need to be no more than 2.13
Is on .
dlvidual and collective action, that the situation the U.S. of 3.2
the of population average per.
the choir seated question per couple, accoudlng to the
Because of the Importance of day was
have created favorable level
they a once more. sons household. In the South
and size Is per
Bradford County Farm Bur- explosion Census The
good attendance at several Image both County and State I went on trip to Baker Countv waiting for our teacher, and Atlantic states the Is Bureau current
famllles and friends will being widely discussed.Now average
eau Is 3.18.Lawtey.
meetings last week the regular wide. Monday afternoon. The ear- guess what! lie forgot to set 3.25. average
hold their Quarterly Meetingand meeting of the North All members of the Association dens and tobacco were so pretty his clock up. Poor wife. She that there are nearly 25 The growing concentration of
Covered Dish Supper at Florida Poultry Producers Association are urged to attend this ; but they really needed rainas got the blame. The preacherhad million more people In the nation population, especially in urban Shows
than there ten
7 May I at were years
p.m. Saturday, ,
call and wake him
to up.
was postponed.This The bad do.
important meeting
meeting as we
and larger Increase areas poses a threat to the
Hampton Elementary School. ago, an even CigaretteTax
Farm Bureau will furnish the meeting will be held at Is open to anyone In, or Interested The strawberries are In full forecast for the next quality of dally life, in the
the Agriculture Building In In, the poultry. busi- swing and everyone Is getting PARTIES GIVENI ten there Is concernIn opinion of many experts. It Decline
home-grown fried chicken with Starke at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, ness of our area. ready to go Jamming and deep: gave my 3-4 grade Sunday years creates health problems due
members bringing their School boys a hamburger party many quarters According to Tallahassee figures -
May 4. freezing (boy what a hot job--
to air and water pollution, difficulties
favorite vegetables, salad or A good program on poultry but good). last Friday p.m. and those attending housing air and ground water with waste disposal Lawtey showed a bUr
dessert. A short, but good pollution, Jobs, and the various
Mike and In
farm sanitation, including fly SOIL SAMPLESOne were Marty traffic congestion housing unexplained drop cigarettetax
business meeting and program control and waste disposal will of the most Important CHURCH NEWS Ricks Jimmy Tomlinson, Mike other problems of a more con shortages and many other: prob collections for the month
will follow the supper. be presented. Speakers sche- things In growing any crop Is We had a full house at church Reddish, Mike Jackson, Jeffry centrated society. lems. of February 1971 as comparedwith
Farm Bureau has to How big Is the average family -
grown duled to outline the Wainwright, Blair Moyer, and the same month a yearl.awtey's
recommended to have the proper combinationof last Sunday,and attendance was In Bradford County? How The national Commission on
450 families In the last ;
over will be Dr.Cates, Dewayne Baldwin. Steve Bald-
practices ago.
nutrients available to the Population and the American
does It with families
few years.These quarterly Suppers entomologist with the State win was absent. Mrs. Wlnfred compare collections for last
plant. The only to know future Is
way In other of the country? now studying effect -
have been Importantin
very Health Department and John Tomlinson and Mrs. Jessie February totaled $692.29 a 37%
this combination Is to have the of population changes
On the basis of the 1970 census on
this growth. Through these Strayer, extension entomologistfrom Ricks helped chaperone it and drop from the$1,087.32 collected -
or growing medium anal- BROOKERin which show totalof the environment and living con-
figures, a
meetings members get to know the University of Florida. everyone had a good time. during the same month In
the .
yzed, county agent says.A dltionas and will even go Into
14.625 people comprising 4.-
each County.
other throughout the
Bradford County poultry Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal 1970. Since the fiscal year start
soil analysis will give the the heated subject of uncon-
057 households the
They also get to knoW more ducers are recognized for their calcium BRIEFBy gave the young people a ball county; trolled population growth. ed last July, Lawtey has collected -
pll reading -
about their organization and role In the economy of our magnesium game party last Sunday after- a total of $7.197.30.
contribute to It's voice. County. Through their inBradfwcTrTigTScIioof phosphate, potassium, and noon. All reported a good time, All other towns In the coun-
nitrogen levels of the soil. Linda G. Cox with lots of bruises. Brooker Market Opening Up ty; showed a substantial gain
Texture and organic matter will The young people had their except Hrooker, which reported
also be determined. monthly drop-In party after $250.61 for the month, a slight
New Season This Weekend
r c i 1 Knowing what Is already available Mrs. Harriet Knabb of Hawthorne services at- the church laefSunday decline from the $257.81 collected -
In the soil, and whatIs was visiting her daugh- night They had a ball, in February 1970. So
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
AND neccessary produce a Lowell !Douglas, and Johnnyre- and then served refreshmentsthey M.O. Harrell, manager of the shipped from Brooker, lIarrell far during the fiscal year
particular plant crop, a proper had prepared themselves.Sick Brooker State Farmers Mar- said with about 200 acres planted Brooker has collected $2,569.-
, recommendation can be madeon list of the Ladles Prayer ket, said activity will open up this season. Indications are
fertilizer Mr. and Mrs. Harry Manning 89.Starke
what lime ,and
Union High School t went to Tallahassee business Group on Sunday night. Thursday or Friday with the that cuke prices might bo some- showed a substantial
should be before
applied or
Come on out. ladies gain of almost $1,000 Increasing -
our group arrival of Carl Venholtz, buyer what higher than last year,
during the growing season. last week. Stokes Is growing. We really have for Long Island Cauliflower lIarrell said, when the averagefor from $7,543,38 In February
A lime and fertilizer recom- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy discussions of the 1970 $8,493.96/ In the same
t 1.jt good Bible. Distributors of Rlverhead, good quality cucumbers was
mendation is no better than the Tony and Charlie Castlen spent Those we remembered in pray N.Y., who have handled pro- around :$3 per bushel."We hopeto month this year. For the fiscal -
soil sample. To take a proper the weekend of April 17 with ers were Hugh Ilutson and his section year so far. Starke has
Brooker <
from the
between $3 and
Pat Castlen and range >>
and Mrs.
soil sample, select a specific Sgt. Its shareof
received $90.230.56 as
father-in-law Mrs. Ida Moodv.
area to be sampled. That is, daughter, Patricia, In Ft. Ben- ; for the past three years. Harrell said.Currently .
Lucille Lovell, Mrs. Roberta lIarrell said shipments of the cigarette tax funds

t YOUR tt ttt a or lawn field, garden where area one, pasture is, fling Mrs.Ga.Inez Green, Shirley and Sapp, and the Merritt family squash would begin this week, cucumbers aro Other area towns reported
crop It to cigarette tax receipts as follows
seems so good see Mr. followed next by beans and
\ : :}, being grown. In each area, takea Cherie, along with Mrs.Tommy and Mm. Loon Conner back In cucumbers starting in about selling at two for 49C In local Feb. 1970 figure first

RING I one Inch plug of soil six Cox Bradlee and Deena en- church. lie was very sick for a ten days. Other vegetables to supermarkets which, basedon followed by Feb. 1971, and total
an of 85 cukes
Inches deep from fifteen dUferent Joyed Holiday on Ice at the while. be handled by the Brooker mar- average for fiscal year up to date):
'M per bushel, figures out at $21.-
: spots throughout the area coliseum In Jacksonville, We are proud of the new addition ket this season Include pepper Hampton: $305.06, $490.55,
,' .: NOW and put these fifteen plugs In Thursday evening, April 21. In our churchMIss and eggplant. 25 per bushel. H.irrell said 408896.
t the reason for such high pricesIs
\1"> a bucket or similar container. Susanne Sapp daughter of Mr. Harrell said that prospectsfor Keystone Heights: $1,477.
.,, Mix these plugs thoroughly and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal's and Mrs. Wayne Sapp, who her the season "look pretty: that there are no domestic $1,629.98, 1772303.
J place about one pint of this daughter Mrs.Harold Sorrells father reports Is going to bea good," and that the unusuallydry cukes at present and thoseon Lake Butler: $1,555.67, $1.-
soil In a bag or carton. and children Debbie Sandy, fox hunter. weather this April has not the market are being Imported 770.71. $19.813.89.Bradford .
Your High School Class Ring Taylor says to do this for Sharon and Karen from Titus- Thought for the week: Unlesswe yet affected the quality of pro- from Mexico and the County's; share of
each lawn, garden, pasture or ville were visiting them recen- sow good seed our fruit duce In the Hroaker! ( area. islands. lie predicted prices the cigarette tax fund was$270.-
Your Most Respected Symbol Of YourEducational field crop area. Take each bag tly.Mrs. will be "sour grapes." Cucumbers will be the heav- would drop when South Florida 34 for February 1970; $282.63
or carton to your County A- Clyde Steele and her iest volume of any vegetable cukes reach the market. for I February 1971; and 3205.
Achievement Is On DisplayNow gent's Office! on North 301 In friend, Mrs. Susie Allison of 37 for the fiscal year to date.
Starke. As soon as the soil Vero Beach, were here visiting -
Custom Designed' For Your School.
Is received he will Mrs. Steele's children and .
analysis ;
t give you a lime and fertilizer grandchildren Wednesday and '. -.tf----- ,.. ... r" l\\
School Mascots recommendation. Thursday of last week. Those ""1t' ,. .. .. '
visited were: Mr. and Mrs.Ernest : "1;..',". ',.... ...')' \
School, ColorsComplete .
Williams Edwards, Patsy and Peggy; :ti'
Stone Mr. and Mrs.Tommy Cox Brad-
t MERLE I lee and Deena; and Mrs. Inez :7loriJa Bank -At Stark ,
SelectionPersonalized Jewelers Green Shirley and Cherie. .
t FURNITURE Out-of-town relatives attend- 'l' e \V'

ing Mrs.MattioSowell'sfuneralMonday t
Fastest Delivery "Starke's Largest Quality Home Furnishings April 18, were: Cliff .. v
Custom. and Flora Kelley, Ruby Waldronand i:... (r;: :') ...,...> ... ,.. HTAUHE, FLOHIDA! --
Draperies =
t Highest QualityWorld's Quality Glenda Flpps of Wildwood; ., ;v; """ ; ,,o .f(, .:' .'- .:!:\:- ---... _.,V (i.\
Carpeting Louise Harrison of Clearwater; : .......... ....__ =- ... ;
Finest .144 W. Call St.J Interiors by Victor Leitha Perslmer of Valtland;

School Rings J600 Park Ave Orange Park Steve and Marine Kelley; Oda-
j m 264-9331 iff' ssla Hall ; and her friend Mrs. STATEMENT OF CONDITION APRIL 20, 1971
Sorrells from Jacksonville.

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams ,
I of Tallahasee were ResourcesLoans

home visiting Mrs. William's I
family, Mrs. Bill Bigham and
son Billy; Mr. and Mrs. Stan- and Discounts $2,262,207.19

ley Green and children, Deborah -

GIFT 't'0 RiDS GLAD!) end.We, Doug and Don, last week- Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 265,210.64

are glad to report that 2,087.72
-- Prepaid Expenses
Pev. James L. Temple Is recovering -
nicely after his knee-
surgery on Thursday, April 14, Other Resources 5.83
at the Medical Center. Otherson

SMITH-CORONA5 our recovery list are Mrs. Accrued Interest and Income Receivable 47,243.82u.
Dannie Mott and Mrs. Nancy

Coronet 3 d t Cobs.Rev. I.T. Temple of Monti- S. Government Securities 2,559,633.18

cello was here visiting his
PORTABLE ELECTRIC T h' son and family, Rev. and Mrs. Florida County and Municipal Bonds 1,428,172.05

Jim Temple, Jimmy and Larle
Full 88 character keyboard, the for a few days this week. Other State and Municipal Bonds 1,256,331.50

same as on office electrics! v Mrs. Ernest Edwards and

5 automatic electric repeat actions daughter Patsy of Brooker and Cash on Hand and Due From Banks 433,927.74 5,725,308.29
Lavern Outlaw Jr. of Starke
at your fingertips! attended Patsy's piano recitalat

Personal Touch Selector Page C+1 the home of Mr. and Mrs. TOTAL Resources - 8,254,819.67tttatrassrrtt.e
Gage Copy Set Adjustment William Weaver in Gaines-

Quick Set visible marginsALLYOURS ville last Sunday afternoon. Liabilities



Surplus 725,000.00

Undivided Profits 48,250.93

Many Others To Choose From ,? Reserve for Contingencies 187,046.46 1,260,297.39

.JIuk Reserves for Losses on Loans 28,280.68

1.Chrley I 1.
t Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. 60,965.21

E.JoIma. Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned 127,639.11

Dividends Declared, Not Yet Payable 2,400.00

About Tola Question Other Liabilities 36.34

Deposits 6775200.91
"The harvest Is In and we

farmers have a moment to TOTAL Liabilities and Capital - 8,254,819.67
check our Inventories. Does
the Charley E. Johns Agency
suggest a review of Insuranceat
this time to adequately cover
livestock and stored crops?"

itl Charley E. FLORIDABANK


One of SO Bank of the Florida National Group Member Federal Depoait Insurance Corp.
131 So. Walnut St.

Phone 964-5070

\.a.o: 1071 T.I.n.ewl.. Pm QBRADFORD



Vietnam Vets at Jax NAS

i W.E. McIinnyTo Appea Feast on Bradford Berries Letters to us

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the Editor. "


In Florida Folk FestivalW.B. 4 t i ) -----,-.--

rl SCHOOLS PRAISED clslons based on facts rather
McKinney. Starke car- between 2:30 and 3:30: p.m. May 9, according to ThelmaA. her and folklore advisor for than unsound decisions based
penter who play the violin They will Join hundreds of Boltin long-time director thel..UvaJ. will be among several Letter to the Editor: on emotion.
and viola will return to the other folk artists and craftsmen of the festival. celebrities on the opening School Board members and
Florida Folk Festival at Stephen from througbout Florida "So many talented people program at 10 ajn. May 6. I attended a school board Superintendents rarely are
> Foster Memorial May S9. and 10 other states In the color- were auditioned and acceptedfor will tell how tile state's meeting this week In Stark thanked when they make the
ful springtime fiesta on the participation that no two folkways have been reflected l 1F{IY i I wanted to say something In most difficult decisions to pro-
His. pianist Is Mrs. Mona Suwannee River. Program are programs will be alike," Miss in the festival sine Its Inception defense of your school board tect the rights of our children.
Canova music teacher Starke acheduled at 10 a.m., 1:30 and Boltin notes. In 1953.: and of Mr. Tom Casey your I would like to say to the
Elementary School. McKinney 7:30: pjn. on May 6-7-8. and at Dr. Edwin C. Kirkland University !- Folk singers, dancers, and superintendent. As I am not a Bradford County School Board
will perform Saturday May 8, 10 a.m. and 2 pjn. Sunday of Florida faculty mem- specialty performers will come resident of Bradford County, and to Mr. Tom Casey the

from the North Central Florida I felt It not my right to speak, Superintendent. "Thank you for
Our editorial. area to give variety to the however. I do wish to point having the courage in the face
statewide festival which ratesas out something which I think of overwhelming adversity, to
one of the finest In the should be said. stand up and be counted. To ,
nation Miss Boltin says.Two You the people of Bradford stand up for what you think '
I L Point of f view J veteran crowd pleasers -- County have one of the finest must be done to provide the
been In education for our chil
who have seen on many; school programs anywhere proper
festival programs will be back Chamber! of Commerce executive secretary John Myers this country. I have worked asa dren.Dr.

again this year. They are Aubrey presents a 'flat of luscious Bradford County strawberriesto consultant In many systemsand Frank Beeves "
Dunscombe, amusclalsaw I am familiar with your Lake Butler Fla.
player since 1927 and Claude Mrs. K. L. Howard, chaplain and past president of /the program. I am In a positionto

Sheppard, who .Is blUed as"Th Navy Wives Club of' America, Chapter 201, for the monthly see It objectively -
Florida Whip-Cracker. Both Your school system has beena April 27, 1971
A Job Well DoneIn are experts In their lines, and ward party hold at the Jacksonville HAS hospital for leader In the state and the

both live In Gainesville.An wound.d Vietnam nation In certain areas of school Dear Editor:
Innovation at the festival vtran construction. You have provided -
this year will be mule and state leadership In vocational Since all teachers are hired
the most recent outbreak of racial period from April 16 through April 23, wagon rides which will be made programs providing programs for the 1971-72 school term

unrest on our school groundsand literally day and night, with the understanding available by the Stark Woman's <.;..:i"" '.. for your people long I would like to express my
the black community, one groupof that they might not receive Club, Mrs. John Sounders before even the larger systems, feelings !along with lots of parents -

men (and women) came throughfor any pay. At the request of Chief Fuquato president.Hank such as Miami, could provide I have talked to concern-
the City of Starke In a time of the City Council on April 20, the Franklin UF freshman, such programs. Your staff Is Ing the last School Board meetIng. -
will sing and play the guitar. respected state-wide for Its .
need. Council unanimously approved payment He decided to take up the approach to extended day I have \known Mr. Charles
of each Auxiliary member for this Instrument after a visit to the schools. Only three systems Francis since our oldest child

That group was the Starke Auxiliary work.It folk festival five years ago. secured state funds In this a- began school. I have never
Police headed by Charlie Schaefer, Lance Lazonby, who lives in rea and yours was one of these. known a finer man or teacher
who work directly under Police Chief appears to us that the Starke Gainesville and Is a staff member Your county has a bidding program than Mr. Francis. But what
of the YMCA camp at Tal- which saves you thousandsof all the people wanted most 'was
Kenneth Fuqua. Police, aided by the Auxiliary, handledan lulah Falls, Ga., will return dollars each yeara tax for Mr. Francis to stay principal -
extremely sensitive situation In a to the festival with his guitar ,.. saving for the taxpayer and at Starke Elementary and
The Auxiliary Police force consistsof commendable manner. They took much and repertoire of traditional '.'. an Indication of good business Mr. Diggs at BHS.

three women and fourteen men, abuse not only from the black militants folk songs. Another festivalvet- management No small counties But I don't believe the Board
and they are no rank amateurs. Mostof but also from some elementsof eran .Is Mrs. Mabel Godwin this size have as good a could have hired a better man
Hawthorne who sings Scandi- ; bidding program and It Is being for the Job at BHS than Mr.
State the white community who not
theAuxlllary men are -
navian songs in costume. copied a number of places In Francis. I wish him the very
with more than 200 hours of think sufficiently stern methods were George Heap Nelson a 1 the state. Your leadership Is best and all success In his

Police School training. All rookiesare being used by the police to controlthe Gainesville, and John Johnson .. apparent In the area of middle new position as principal at
enrolled In the fall course for situation. Mlcanopy. will team up for schools. B1IS. I'm his friend have always -
280 hours. ballads and folk songs, with You, the people of Bradford been, and will always be.
The proof of the wisdom of their harmonica accompaniment. County, do not have to make Best of luck to you In everything -
Johnny, J. tithes, Gainesville, excuses about your schools. Mr. Francis, and may
When on duty the Auxiliary Police methods and their coolness under verbal will present his popular gul- Your school system Is probably God bless you.Slnc.rely .
are completely dedicated to doing a and even a little shotgun fire, tar-and-blues performance. The berries were donated by the Bradford County Form one of the most publi-

Job for the community. They are far Is evident In the fact that no serious Bureau from the fields of Jimmy Catkins near Lawt. cized in the state for having ,
from being the stupid uneducated bodily Injury or even property damage Ozark folk tale and Jokes good programs. G.F. Fonzo) Prevatt Sr.
will be presented by Arkansas Pictured; gathering the berries or* (from left) Mrs. Purvis I have worked with many of
"fat boys" In sport shirts with tin resulted during the disturbances.The .
school administrators and
August Rubrecht now of Brown, George T. Huggins, and Mrs. Catkins. your
badges pinned on them as portrayedby Gainesville, but formerly of have never worked In a system
a Jacksonville Journal reporter In coolness and level-headlness Pea Ridge, Ark., where he says that Is so concerned about what Dear Sir:
an Insulting, biased and completely of the Police and Auxiliary, as wellas he learned to lie before he happens to children.Never haveI
uncalled for front page story duringthe deputies of the Sheriff's office, could talk. Cemetery Fund Nearing $8,000; heard this In schools as muchas I would like to say to Chief
S.T. Hall, Chlefland, one- In Bradford County. Every Fuqua and Auxiliary Chief
height of Starke's most trying should set an example for the entire
armed guitar player, will team program must begin as a program Schaefer whose leadership dedication -
time. community to follow. If these men up with Bobby Erixton. White Well Drilled, Caretaker HiredThe for students and be continued wisdom, and know-
could "keep their cool" In most tryIng Springs, also a guitarist fora only on the basis of ledge brought both the regular
Starke's Auxiliary men put their circumstances after many sleepless demonstration of picking and Its value to students. police and the Auxiliary throughour

Jobs on the line to back-up the out- hours, certainly we, who are on singing. Hall, who lost his right Crosby Lake Cemetery as, Sr., E.L. Matthews, Miss You, the people of Bradford trouble without any\ serious -
numbered full-time Police Departmentwhen the sidelines should keep ours and arm at the age of six, has Trust Fund for perpetual care Ruth Johnson Mrs. Mamie Lou County, are caught up In emo- Injuries, "Thanks."
developed a unique system of neared the $8,000 mark this Edwards, Mrs. H.H. Hamilton, tional problems which should I believe that Chief FuquaIs
ChletFuqua's requests for outside make their job just a little easier, playing which won him a guest week, according to A.J. Thomas Mrs. Marilyn C. Vallenga and not be answerable by the school undoubtedly the most qualified -
help were unavailing. The Auxiliary rather than adding to their troubles spot on the "Grand Ole Opry" Sr.. treasurer of the As- G.W. Richards. system but unfortunately this man in Starke for this <

worked over. 358 hours during the ,vwith; unjustified criticism. last year. sociation. Anyone\ wishing to have apartin is the case. May God help Job. lie knows that God's hand' ..'
'-. -,: -- : The Bakerettes.'a'singingGainesville 'I and future of, you. make Judgments based on was upon him, giving him Supreme ;'
family won acclaim .reason rather than emotion. guidance over troubled ,( ,
at last year's festival with their A four-Inch well has been -cemetery may send contributions You Superintendent and your waters during the past weeks.Parents J;
and they will be drilled at the cemetery, It was to: A.J. Thomas,Sr., Board have had to make malvel" \)' when Auxiliary '
I gospel songs, you see
How Sweet It Is! announced, but water will not Box 368, Starke, Fla. serious ,.
back with, more of the same ) decisions. Many\ men at the ball park or "
be avaUable until
a house
pump were not popular.
this year. at any school activity; when
An outstanding craftsman is completed. Water will then They have provided leadership walking his post, you can rest
How gratifying and reassuring It creditability gap the buffoonery and from Alachua, Gino Cavaceppi. be available at a central location Library ShelfProvided to bring you the fine school easy that "your Auxiliary is
was to see and hear Governor Reubin the fake Shakespearean oratory and will return to the midway boothto and will eventually be system you now have. It is a at the helm."
Askew In a calm, collected, and informative made the former vernor's press demonstrate the art of mak- piped to other areas of thecemetery. ForHistorical tribute to them and to you

hour-long Interview on Channel conferences more like a soap opera ing violins. Two Gainesville: DataAt that they have made sound de- -Rev. Ralph C. Kirkland
craftsmen will have exhibit
7 Monday night after four years than an Interview. booths at the festival. They R.A. Kellogg has been employed the request of the Brad. Farm Bureau HistoricalSociety
of the blatant bombast had learnedto
we are Doran Oster showing dulcimers as caretaker at the cemetery ford
County Historical
expect from Governor's mansion Askew pulled no punches even to and flutes, and Dorothy on a part-time basis, the Bradford County Society Supper Set For
during the previous administration. refusing to promise "no new taxes"or Nlchelson,, with leath.rcraltwbaked and work Is continuing toward is providing shelf space for Hampton 1st
goods. cleaning and beautiflcation. ,
other goodies for hard-pressed the purpose of starting a cola

Completely down-to-earth with no taxpayers-- but though his words might appear More as than participants 600 persons in will the Power service to operate the lection of legal documents, old The quarterly meeting and

distracting mannerisms no dramatics have been unwelcome to some ears, four-day event. pump has been Installed by letters, newspaper clippings, family night supper of the Brad- ElectionJames
they were spoken like a gentlemanand Clay Electric Cooperative. photographs, and any published ford Farm
no grandstand playing Governor Askew "Music, dancing, folklore, material County Bureau will
concerning the
"told It like It was" to his three a statesman. crafts and traditions representing Contributors since the lastpublished history of Starke, Bradford early be held at 7 p.m. Saturday,
Florida's history back to May 1, In the Hampton Elemen- F. Bloodworth was e-
let the fall list Include
Interrogators, and chips : County; or any other towns
the days of Creek and Seminole tary School. of the Bradford -
What relief! and In lected president
a Mr. Mrs. O.W. Alvarez the county.
where they may. Gone was the old
Indiana will be presented by Farm Bureau president J. County Historical Societyat
Miss Arsula Tompkins, and E. Persons having material of
I Individuals and groups from M. Brinson, all Jacksonville this kind In their M. Edwards, Jr. reports that the annual meeting held
throughout Florida," Mrs.Bol Lucille Davis ; possessionare membership Is Increasing steadily Thursday night April 22, In
Mrs. T. Paxton Invited to bring It to tho
I I A New SpiritDisplaying tin says. Mrs. Reba Norsworthy, Lake library where It will be placedon with a total now of over the Starke Library

Moss-draped oaks, pines and Santa Fe; and Mrs. Clara E. file for reference, and later 450.All
members and their
magnolias provide a fitting families -
Hansen, Lawtey. placed In a col-
permanent this
Other officers elected at
for state the banks are urged to attend
backdrop on the
a spirit of cooperation mean the accomplishment of lection to be
many of the historic Suwannee. Contributing from Starke maintained by the Hampton meeting. time were: Joseph A. Gissy,
unheard of, as far as we know In things impossible for either county were: L.O. Hazen A.J. Thom- Society.; vice president; Mrs. Fremont

the last 21 years, Bradford and Union alone. Flower Show Tolles, secretary; Mrs. Nate
County Commissioners may have made FarmersThe DiaryIng Dyal, treasurer; and Miss Del- "

In recent action. At Ia Rosenberg, librarian.
history a joint the very least it would mean we

would be better neighbors. It seems berry crop Is later this the Seminole Indian War At Prison
Meeting in Starke a committee of foolish to allow disagreements of long season than It has been for a and stories concerning it are Elected as directors were:

the two commissions agreed upon a ago to continue generation after gen- number of years, and accordingto Just as exciting as altold\ Opens May 6 Jay Mrs.Ellis John, two Greene years one, and year E.;
one grower, Harold Norman of the Wild
method of Joint operation of a new eration, to influence our lives today. picking will continue for another West. L. Matthews, three years.A .
land fill near Paiford In Bradford
three weeks As
or more. a .5. The Eleventh Annual Flower
County. Going even further, they also Perhaps as Union County Commis- general rule, the fields have Show will open Thursday May
discussed the possibility of a multi- sioner Gerald Griffls suggested things been thrown open to consumers We've read everything we 6, at the Florida State Prison. change In the by-laws was

county disposal system and the possibility have changed and a new attitude exists.If on U-Plck basis by this could find on the fort and of Hours for viewing the show approved Instead to hold of meetings quarterly -
monthly on
of damming New River to Indeed the two county boards can time, but it seems the newervarieties the part It played In the Indian will be from 12 noon to 9 pjn. the third Thursday In April
of plants have been
maintain its level. work together as the joint committeehas later In coming Into produc- War and If you enjoy reading on opening day; from 9 a.m. July October and January.It .
accounts of history think 9 Friday
By Sam McGarvey\ we to p.m. on May 7;
suggested, a new attitude does tion than the old Florida 90. .ou'll find the ones dealing with and from 9 a.m. to 12 noon

The meeting could prove to be much exist. applications for agricultural the fort particularly excitingas Saturday, May 8.
more fruitful than merely opening up assessment of land used for they happened right in this Sponsored by the prison's was voted to request the

another land fill. If the two countiescan We find the new altitude exemplary. farming on the 1971 tax roll. area. For Instance, tripe are Education Department the show County Commission to move
the Historical Marker at the
During the past week, a large The county commission will described from Harlee up toGarey' is presented annually by the
begin to work together on pro- Hopefully the Bradford board will seekto old courthouse
number of berry producerswere act on the applications Tax Ferry In Mlddleburg. Ornamental Horticulture Sec- to a prominent
jects of joint Interest it would be a continue the new relationship with selling direct to the pub- Assessor Gene Long and County or down the line to Newnan. lion of the school. place on the new courthouse
great step forward for both. It could our neighbors. lic along the highways and mostif Agent Bobby Lee Taylorare vile, located near the present Hundreds of exhibits, with grounds where It will be more
them were offering the fruitat *x officio members of the city of Alachua. special emphasis on cacti this visible to tourists. It was also
three pints for a dollar zoning board and will serve year, will be displayed In the decided to ask the Bradford
the usual mld-seaton price. merely In an advisory capa 5. club house across the highway County Library for a small
If production holds up for several city. from the prison compound. space to be used for collecting -

more weeks, It seems like- During those days, the settlers Other exhibits will Include and cataloging historical
.._- ly that most of the growers will .5. had to remain In the orchids In bloom begonles, ter- documents, papers, letters,and
make some money this year. forts or campled similar Items concerning Brad-
because rartums
nearby hanging baskets and
The Bradford -.::.:::
County '. ford County.
( S. The dry weather has been a of the danger of Indian corsages
TELEGRAPH tp..... II help to the contractor rebuild- attack, and the farms were L.E. Jordan director of vocational
ing SR-ls and If the rainy\ season deserted temporarily. One document agriculture at the prison
ESTABLISHED 167ftB. "r The spring drought continue holds oil the road shouldbe we read was particularly says that 143 men have
ffh.BiU. and the fields and woods are In completed and In use In a revealing: It told of the been released from this program Plans for a membership drive
a dangerous condition. Last were outlined and each member -
suffering of the
M.M.U fairly short time. The only Inhabitants of sine It. started and
The rich and the poor meet Friday was a particularly critical other road project In the Fort White and petitioned only 15 of that number have re- present agreed to serveon
FLORI /Ii. ESS together: the Lord I I. the day when the temperature "works" Is the rebuilding of gross for beef Hour and other tured to prison. Many have this committee. Th membership -
Maker of them all.-(Proverb rose Into the 80's and strong SR-225 from US-301 in Law- supplies for the hungry set been placed in Jobs Inthehorti- fee Is $2 per year
ON 22, 2.) winds blew from morning until tey toSR-16 near Klngsley Lake. tlers. cultural fiW. and all persons Interested in
nightfall. In this county we the history of Bradford County -
ASrJT Sometimes some of us will were lucky that a bad fire . Interested Last year citizens a total viewed of 1,600! are Invited to Join the society -

look upon other people in the did not get started, because I show and many pronounced the It .

.. L':. MATTHEW 1:41.: .laatlsa4rlakllsh.1 street as if they were not under the conditions It would The Bradford County Historical But fare's lots more on the one of the. best in Florida.
there at all they, those have been very difficult to bring Society has an Interestingevent topic and many interesting accounts each visitor will receive
... a
*. ftuedq' I a.m. eatrehl ....., others who were created by a woods fir under control. acheduledforSwldaywhen can be found In the library souvenir plant and free re- A Held trip Is planned to
Oas, Matter at the ...( Of do. ai SUrto,FlrtdaWes Our Heavenly Father in His a Held trip will be held In the in Gainesville or In the ,freshments.Mr. the site of Fort HarUee on
Let .f Much. IT.*, 1171.PubsiripU.a e. one at the State Historical Sunday Members and
own image, loved by Him area west of US-301 near the Society Jordan and ornamental May 2.
1. "*. rMt: I year less.| Ovistd (even the least and the lowli- A Bradford-Alachua county: ; line at St. Augustine. And we horticulture Instructor Stanley prospective members are
tr.*. SMAI 1 yr, -.e In meeting of the Agricultural to locate the site of famous think that you'U find that part Crawford cordially invite the asked to meet at 2 p.m. at
eit) They His
: are worthy Zoning Board has been set for Fort Harle The tort was one Jf Bradford County's early his public to attend the 11th annual the Santa Fe River Fir Toweron
sight, If not in ours I May 3 at 2 p.m. to review. the of the Important outposts.dur-. tory especially exciting. show U.S. 301 (south).

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Sales TaxesSales Show Drop In BradfordClay
--------- -- ----- tax collections In Bradford County collected: $94,773 dropped to $72.2 million, or
County for March 1971 In gasoline taxes in March 1971 18 per cent from similar tax.
Community By Eaca BUoehard
es for the same period of the
amounted to$48.442, accordingto up slightly from the $92,964
PTA POSTPONED figures released by office collected In February 1971 and previous fiscal year. All other
The PTA 'meeting that was Iday On Ice" In Jacksonville Mrs. W.S. Rivers or Dothan, st State Comptroller Fred O. 15.000 more than the $79,137 axes collected during the first
announced for Tuesday has been on Thursday and Miss Elane Ala. was visiting her brother- (Bud) Dickinson Jr. collected In March 1970. Union three (quarters of this fiscal
postponed) until further\ notice. Wainwright with Miss Fawn in-law and sister, Mr.and Mrs. The figures represent a collected $8,225 in March 1971 year showed Increases with the
News Gassett of Starke were In at- Pierce Crews during the week. $7,000 drop from the $35,436 up over $1,000 from the $6- motor vehicle special fuel tax
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS tendance Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringleof collected in February and a 815 collected in February and adding $9.9 million to collections .
Grace United Methodist: Sun- Sunday on dinner guests of Mrs. Worthington Springs were $2,000-plus drop from the over the $6,525 collected In or nearly 10 per cent
By Elizabeth Given:l Walker I day School 9:45 sun.. Worship Ed Durban were Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday visitors and WS. $450,767 collected In March March 1970. over last year.
and Crews during: the 1970. and collections The estate tax reported a 35
services II a.m. 8 p.m. Durban and their week. Mr. Sales use tax
. ,, ... qj! 1 .. __._..,ggC _nggICggggggggggllb'cAjlltlal1IIII MYF. 7 p.m. Choir practice Raymond son, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond new and Mrs. Waldo Pringle of Wor- Clay County; collected $73.- last month totaled $61.242,192 per cent Increase or $3.7 million -
7 p.m. and prayer meeting 8 Williams and sons of Jacksonville thlngton Springs were Tuesday 553, down slightly from$74.993 statewide last month an Increase over collection for the
their p.m. on Wednesday.The and Mr. and Mrs. W.L. visitors and W.S. Crews and in February, but showing a of more than $8.9 mil same period last year. Other
honoring pastor beginning WSCS met Tuesday otla.t Durban and of Gaines- granddaughter, Laura, of Jacksonville huge Increase over the $59,805: lion over collections for the revenue sources showing gains
Tuesday April 27, through May week with the usual at- sons spent Saturday with collected In March 1970. Union same month a year ago according In Florida for this fiscal year
2. The public Is Invited to at- ville. the 1970 period are the
tendance. them. County; collections were $16- to the comptroller.Sales .
s tned. Tuesday night Rev. S.M. Crif- Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rauler- 704, up over $3,000 from the tax collections are 17 Intangible tax. nearly 10 per
Daniels and congregation from Church of God: Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Henry visiting son of Monticello were Sunday $13,291 collected In February per cent ahead of last March's cent; the Insurance premium
Hanvton will render lie of Maxville were
service. 10 a.m., Worship services 11 J.L. Waters (overnight and Monday visitorsat and over $4,000 up from the Intake, with fiscal year col- tex 15 per cent; the water and
Sister Mr. and Mrs. on
V. Diggs chairman.Wednesday am.m. and 7:30 pm., Family ( Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Hauler- $11,379 collected in March 1970. lections through three quartersof sewer tax. 56 per cent; and
rat night, April 28, Rev. L. night Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Saturday Mr. and evening.Mrs. Paul Dlnklns son. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bradford gasoline tax collec- the year up by eight per the gas and oil production, a
U. Mobley and congregation visIted Raulerson visited his brother- tions totaled $44,107 for March cent over the state, he said, record 79 per cent.
from Lawtay will render service Highland Baptist: Sunday and David and of St.Mrs.Augustine P.L. Din-- in-law and sister Mr.and Mrs. 1971 up slightly from the $43- exactly In line with Dickinson's "The huge Increase In the
with Sister M.DlggS chairman School 9:45: ajn.. Worship ser- Mr. Thomason, In Jacksonville. 534 collected In February and earlier predictions.Since gas and oil production tax .Is
Mrs. C.F.
.,' Thursday night, April 29, vices II a.m. and 7:30 kins and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. James Anders amost $10,000 more than the July the railroad and primarily due to the new oilfield
Rev. L. Davis and service congregation with- Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:36p.m. Carter Mr. and on Sunday.Mrs. Charles Allen and family of Palatka spent $34.267 collected In March 1970. telegraph license tax has In West Florida" Dickln-
will render
followed by choir Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. wn se y.
Soster G. Solomon, chairman. prac- of .Valdosta, Ga. were weekend J. Anders.
Friday April 30, Rev. C.S. tice. miests of Mr. and Mrs. O.J

Starke Williams will render and congregation service with, PERSONALSMr. Boyette Holiday and family Jn and ice"all attended In- Mr.T.V.and Mrs.Duck H.C.In St.Kelly Vincent's visited Get Your Bugs On The Go"When

and Mrs. Raymond Dur- Jacksonville on Thursday and Hospital and Mr. and Mrs. P.
Sister L. Morris chairman.
} ban of Jacksonville announce L. Seaver in Jacksonville on
Schoolat visited Sliver Springs on Saturday -
Sunday May Sunday
the arrival of a son, Chris Tuesday of last week.
Dinner 10. Morning will be service served at 11:30.at: 1 topher James on April the 11 Mr.. and Mrs. n.W Mosley Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wain- buts become a pest and put you to

... 't r p.m. An address will be givenat In sonville.St. Vincent's Hospital. Jack- of Orlando spent Sunday with wright lining Jacksonville Mrs.. T.L. Wainwright were vls- the test let us lay them out to rest, call

2:30.: At 3:30: p.m. New Hope Mr. and Mrs. Charles Star- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal Greg and Mr. and Mrs. "
Baptist Church will render ser and Leonett and Mrs. Lomb Emory the pro's at Florida Pest!
Dial Your ling announce the arrival of and family during the week.
The Is Invited. Mosley.
vice. public a daughter Frelda Melissa Mr. and Mrs. DF. Creech of Mr. and Mrs. John C, Tye
Fashion Greater Bethlehem Free Will on April 18 In Baptist Memorial Jacksonville spent the weekend Jr. of Cocoa were visiting Mr.
.;1 Baptist Church Rev. Jasper Hospital Jacksonville. with Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green. and Mrs. J.C. Tye and Pam CALL 964-5745
Mrs. George J. Tribe has over weekend.
"Dial fashion" Williams Each Monday Mrs. Charlie Manning was
your was the pastor. .
Mr. and
returned Mrs. Bob
to her home in Minden Padgett
her sister Mrs. Lottie
theme for the Senior Choir rehearsalat visiting
second night
Ontario Canada and her of Lake Wales visited his bro-
( ,
style; show sponsored by the 7:30.: Tuesday night Choir Johns and daughter Mrs.Kath- tOjTIDA
guest, Miss Kathleen Owens ther-in-law and sister Mr.and
Johns in Hill Mon- PEST
Clothing Construction Classes No. 3 and the Junior Usher leen Holly on Mrs. :
. of Dorset Ontario Harry
Canada accompanied WHkerson during .
and visited
and Tuesday
v at Bradford-Union Area Voca- Board No. 2 will meet. At day the week.
tional-Technical Center 7:30 Wednesday night her. Mr. and Mrs. Russell! Davis ,
Sun- : prayer -
Mrs. Marian .
Mrs. LInnie Gilchrist of Hall and about
day, April 25. meeting. The Ladles Circle will and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. :, 0.101 CONTROL
Brunswick, Ga. is spendingsome 20( of her friends made a plea-
The parade of fashions Included meet at the home of Mother Cecil Manning and family In
time with Mrs. Ernest sure day of Monday last week.
the Sen- Titusville on Wednesday and a swat w
pants suits In various McKay. Friday night Wells. They enjoyed picking strawberries
styles; after-five. wear and ior Ushers Board will go to Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Summer- Thursday. W.H. Green In the field of her brother-- 539 E. Call St. and Chemical Co. '
Mr. and Mrs.
New the Women
others. Mrs. Ruby A. Thomas Hope. Saturday in-law and
fin of Lake City were visiting sister Mr.and Mrs.
; Monday and Tuesday of Phon. 964-5747
instructor of the clothingclasses Home Mission will sell dIn- spent O.J. Anders
Mr. and Mrs. I.E. Priest and and at ixxm the
directed the show. ners in the kitchen. At 6 Pom. Lamar last week with their son !In Anders Joined them
last week. at picnic
Mr. and Mrs.
Saturday the monthly Sun- law and daughter
SFC CLARK RETURNS Mrs. D.A. Jones Mrs. R.E. lunch on the lawn.
day School Teachers Confer-. W\R. Crews, In Albany Ga.
.FI OM> VIETNAM will be Lee Doug Jones and M..r1'.
ence held. Sunday ser-
SFC Albert A Clarke a native vices will begin with Sunday H.C. Wainwright attended"Hoi-
of Starke has Just returned -
School at 9:30.: Morning ser- -
from Vietnam after com vice 11.DInner. Church
at line Baptist will be
pleting a tour of duty; consistingof will be served at present and render song ser- STARKE'SLOWEST
12 months. He and his family 12:30. At 3 the
p.m., Sunlight vice. FOODFA '
Mrs. Waldine Clarke a Pallbearers will meet In the
native of Texas will depart Sanctuary. At 4 p.m. League. Greater Allen Chapel AME
for Germany on or about May Evening service 6 p.m. Church Rev. C.E.Jenkins Pas FOOD
4 for a tour consisting of three tor. Services will begin with

years. Ebenezer Baptist Church Sunday School at 10 a.m. Mor- I RSUPERMARKETS
SFC Clarke entered the ser- Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor. BIble ning service at 11. Lovefeast. PRICES !
vice on Oct. 7, 1953 and has Class each Monday night. Evening service 6 p.m. Com-
had the opportunity; to visit The Women Day observance munion will be given in this < such countries as Panama Canal will begin with service rendered service. e
Zone, Hawaii and Korea. Thursday night by FirstBorn .
lie will complete 20 years of Church of God, Elder FUNERAL SERVICES
service on Oct. 6, 1973. and Cohens Pastor. Friday night Funeral services for Rev
anticipates retiring on this date. Rev. Dan Hankerson will preach Jeff Lee will be held Saturdayat .
:As this is his first assignment and Choir No. 2 of Bethel Baptist
Greater Bethlehem
to Germany he and the Church will render Free Will itniatm rviirwr itwmat winnttruw m iviirMPNWmat mirwr low HKI V w *r uw i c.1 tvtrn>nonicit1tinrttriowntit.
song Baptist Church 2 p.m. with
family are really looking forward service. Sunday School, 9:45.: Rev. Jasper Williams officia SLICIDl/4 CHUCK n, ,.*itv..,., VJM PAH RIABY
to their stay there. BEER STEW
Morning Service 10:45 with
ting. Rev. Lee has resided in PORK LOINCHOPS CREAM I DRESSED
the Youth in charge.The speaker Starke and Bradford County; for
DELL CHAPTER MEETINGDell will be Missionary Evange- a long time.Funeral CHEESE I WHITING
Chapter 168 will hold
line Grimes. All women are
its regular meeting Thursday asked to please see their cap services for Rev. M. nw
night May 6, at 8 p.m. All tains before Sunday and pay C. Bryant will be held Satur-
members are asked to pleasebe
their pledge of$15.
present and on time. Bus- The Junior Choir rehearsed day at Deer eld Beach at 1 nnrttr towmafm innutionit*" mrurtownicifm ivrarw tow wicif i ivurw itw w/ci/ >i mrr**? tow MICIJ, mump i iMMm/ TM now/war
p.m. Rev. Bryant lived at 520
iness of vital Importance. Wednesday night at 7 The iN w
p.m. S.W. 2nd Ave. He Is the brother FRESH MIIFM* IVNIlVIENI
afternoon service will begin at of Mrs.Leroy Davis whose INSTANT SALAD 'INSTANT
3 p.m. The speaker will be
husband is the pastor of Ebe-
Hope Baptist Church, Mrs. Rosa Stevens of Jack- nezer and New Bethel Baptist CHILI PEACHES
Rev. L.W. Mosely pastor is sonville. At 7 p.m. Rev. Walker Churches. "*
having their 40th anniversary and congregation from Ava- "' i :* '

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[ :T J At MYF Retreat Crystal Wesleyan Sub-district Held Sub-DUtrict LakeThe t r

Youth Fellowship of the United
Methodist Church spent last

Bobby Alldredge Royce M. GaineyPoyce weekend Crystal at Lake.Camp Montgomeryon --- .I.--J N

Accident VictimIn Youth and adult leaders from
M. Gainey a native
of BrooIIer and resldentof Jacksonville First United Methodist Church, CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS. CHURCH OF GOD
Starke and Grace United
since: 1946, died Satur- Church, Lawtey attended Methodist Sunday School 9i4S, a.m 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. Sunday School 9:43 a.m. BAPTIST' MISSION Sunday Bible Study:\ 10 a.m.;

E.L. Westfall. of Highway day In Ocala. He was a retired the retreat. Morning Worship 11 ajn. Youth Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Morning Worship U a.m.Youth U.S. 301' North, behind Taste Morning Worship and Communion

100 South, has received driver for the Jacksonville Most of the youth programs Service 8:00: p.m.E.enl.ncWor- Worship 11 ajn. Sunday Fellowship, 6p.m.Choir Prac Frees Drive In, Sunday Service, 11 a.m. Evening
Coach Co. and was a charter Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night, tic. Wednesday 8 School 10 Service Worship service, 6.
7 ,
word of the death of her son, were In relation to social problems ship pjnuThursday p.m. a.m. Worship -
Robert II. (Bobby) Alldredge. member of Sharon Primitive of today including: night Prayer Meet Meeting Wednesday, 7:30 pjn. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch 11 ajn. and 7 pjn. Prayer Wednesday Worship service
29 vehicle accident Baptist Church. 7:30 Friday, 7:30 pjn. Service 7:30: Wednes 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell.
In a motor drugs, the war in Vietnam and : p.m. --Rev. p.m.
Y.W. Kldd
Surviving are his widow,Mrs. pastor.
in April 22. Ivy Luke Pastor day.
Saigon on the trial of Lt. Calley. These
Mr. Alldredge wan a native Charlie Gainey; one daughter issues were discussed in the CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH -Leray Olive, pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN/
of Lake City and "was a veteran one son, and two sisters. light of what position a Christian SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Griffls, associate pastor. CHURCH
Funeral services were held BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, II.Training Union,
of World War H. Besides would take. K7NGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Sunday School 10 Morn-
at 11 a.m. Tuesday In Sharon 8:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30. a.m.
833 W. Pratt St. Services :
his mother and other relatives -
Rev DeWItt Farabee of DEDAN
Primitive Baptist Church In Sunday School 9:30; Training BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship II a.m. Evening
-. here he Is survived by a wife, Jacksonville with Interment InEverveen Starke hpldl' Holy Communion : Sunday School, 10 ajn. Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Worship BROOKER Worship, 7.James Shaw, paa-
Preaching, 11 Training Unlace BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
and four children. Cemetery. early Sunday morning at the a.m. II a.m.; Evening Worship. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship tor.
According to Information received lake sioe. S:4S: P.DV. Evening Worship Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Services 11
here, Mr. Alldredge a About 38 attended (he retreat 7p.m.EveryaNwelcome.. 7:30 P.nu; Prayer Meeting 7:30: Ilia Worship U ajn.: $vening. p.m. Training Union a.m., 6 and 7
civilian: Jet mechanic, was riding -Wilbur Dyess, pastor. Wednesday. Worship 7:30 Prayer p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Bead McKinneyBead including young people Pastor Rev. Robert West. p.m.; Rev. Lacy Conway Pastor
In a truck with a companion and adult advisors. The sessions Meeting, 7.30p.m. WednesdayRev. BROOKER FLA.
when a head-on collision were presided over by CHURCH J.C. Saunders, pastor. Rev Jim Temple pastor.Sun-
occurred with another mo- McKinney, 76, Starke.. Dean Traylor, of Lawtey Sub- OF PROPHECY, BROOKER NEW RIVER BAPTIST School BAPTIST CHURCH day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -
tor vehicle. He was killed In- died upon arrival Thursday, District president Sunday. School 10 a.m. Morning Sunday a.m. Superintendent.Training
Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng ning Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 nion, 6:45 Lowell
atanU)'. Aprlll 22, at Bradford County\ Worship, U a.m. Training
-' Funeral services will be held Hospital after sudden illness. Worship, 11 ajn. Young Union 7 p.m. Evening Wor- Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday p.m.Rev. Director. Worship Services II
In Starke next week, but a Mr. McKinney was a native MADISON STREET Evangelistic People's Service Service 6 p.m. ship 8 p.m. Wednesday Night School 11 a.m., Morning Worship John Ross, pastor a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw mu-

definite time has not been set. and lifelong resident of Bradford BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday 7 p.m. service, 7:30 p.m. Everyone 8 pjn. Training Union sic director.

pending arrival of the bodyat County. He was a retired SundaySunday School, 9:45; 7:30 Come Prayer and Meeting, welcome. 7 pjn. Evening Worship EVERGREEN BAPTIST
Jones Funeral Home. farmer and a member of the Morning Worship at 11: Homecoming with: us.p.m worship L.L. Parker pastor. Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Ser Highway 125. Northwest of HEILBRONN BAPTIST

Starke First Christian hurch. DInner 12:30: ; Training -Rev. Bobby Harris vices. Lawtey. Sunday School, 10 a.m. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
Surviving la his wile Nellie Union, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle ., pastor. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper, Pastor Morning Worship 11:15.: Sun- Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.

REVIVAL SCHEDULEDAT Dyad McKinney of Starke; one 7:15: ; Evening Worship, 7- GREATER BETHLEHEM Sunday School 10 day Night Service 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship, 11. Training
PLEASANT HOPE eon. Frank McKinney< ,Jackson. 30. FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship II Pre-ajn. Wednesday Prayer Meeting. Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Service -
vllle, and two grandchildren. MondayYouth Choir Prac- ajn. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30. Midweek
Cor. Ash t Chestnut, Sunday O3ooaf 7:30 p.m. Rev?Albert Knight, Prayer
Services r Band. Young
Revival services will be held Funeral services were held tice, 7 P.m. WMU meeting School 9:30: Morning Worship, and Prayer Service) 6 Sunday School 9:45 ajn.j; pastor. Service 7:30.
at Pleasant Hope Methodist at 2 p.m. Saturday In Jones 7:30.: 11; League, 4p.mN lBbtService. 7 Morning Worship, 11 a.m.EvenIng -Rev. L. Tommy Howe
Evening Worship,
Memorial Chapel "with Rev. TuesdayPrayer Croup 9:30 6 p.m. p.m. Worship 7p.m. Wed. Prayer pastor.
Church, 3 miles north of Starkeon : ; p.m. -- Rev. Ja.perWlIlfam. Midweek Service, Wednesday. ; LAURA BAPTIST CJIURCH
II.W. Kldd and J.C. Brown, Million Friends Girls in Action Meeting and Bible Study, 7p.m.
US 301, starting May 2 pastor Sunday School 9:45
John Strickland : a.m.
7:30 p.m. Rev. ;
7 with Rey.Frank minister of the First Chris- Acteens, 3:30.: Study:\ on Book of Psalms. Morning .j.
May Worship
through CHURCH
lain Church, officiating Inter- Wednesday- Prayer Meeting Pastor. G.F Prevatt, pastor Everyone lla.m.Even- OF JESUS CHRIST
Stephens of Savannah, Ga. FIRST UNITED METHODIST liw Worship 7:30 OF
: p.m. Mid LATTER DAY
7:30 Church
ment was In Brown Cemeteryunder ; Choir Practice, Welcome.
speaking nightly. direction of DeWItt C. 8:30.: STARKE! HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH week Bible Study Wednesday, 1404 E. Bessent Road
A Gospel Sing will be held Jones Funeral Home. -Denton Sumrall pastor Sunday School, 9:45; Morning (Highway 100 at Theressa) 7:30 p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.
Saturday night May 8, with Worship II; Junior and Senior Sunday School-ajn.MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUR" Be In church Sunday. m. Sunday Sc"'I" l, 10 a.m. Sac-

the Christ Ambassadors Quar- MYF groups, 8 p.m. Worship U a.m. Training Sunday Service:Sunday Sen- Frank Jarrls pastor. rament, 6 p.m.
tet of Homeland. Fla. Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Union 6:30 p.m. ; EvenIng Monday Mia 7:30:
is welcome to attend -. 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, p.m.
Everyone 7pm.
fr3icIIRIsTIAN Prayer Meeting, Worship 7:15 p.m. IF Tuesday Primary 4:30
10:45 Evening Service 7:15 WE
a.m. p.m.
the revival and sing. 7:30: Chancel Choir Rehearsal DON/T HAVE IT
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1:45.: Wednesday Night Prayer Services p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun well ret It for. you. .. Wednesday Relief Society; ,
7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30: P.m. Supplies, Furniture, Equip 7:30 p.m.
When in nil love 'and true PU7iIMENSION -DeWItt T. Farabee Jr. Packham, pastor. -J.C. Brown, minister ment. Bradford Jesse D. Branson, Branch

:humility, 'mid vonxcfoux! of our T./en./ ___ _.. County President

human frailty, wo devoutly) J LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL
lie Int*. suns

nnd Kathi-r tinciTt-ly for xuidnrivv.link loci(had; help the red"Those amu. CIM Sunday HOLINEss.School CHUR.CH 9:45 a.m.; '*+m,11 11rOO: 1.ri.mt:1: ;:;:: '.ft tv'rr: nimmtW: : H Sace: : ri@1lj1111111:1:1:: .::1t::1:1:::J:.{;11.::1:1::.::1:1:1J11i:::: :.1ii':iiifi1fiiii::: ':iiiiiifiii1i1 mMiiiii1f1; 1ji11;;

Worship lIa.m. Youth
to lo the! trooil, the right and -- --- :i; 11""I""II"'I"I"IIII'II"-
Service 6 pjn.; Evening Worship 1:1:1i:::
the wise, lit/ will heed! our with the foe of the
weeds. 7 .
p.m.Tuesday m

clean prayer( had if our our motive hearts arc un-. Infernal Horrible, uncontrollable Weeds"That Gardeners Pick it out are ruthless and destroy their It? P.m.Rev. Prayer Meeting 7:30: r 11{i} I i READY FOR HeN< CARGO | 1111 11

aelflsh' .
weed! In any month growing/ onslaught against weeds. W.B. Chauncey,pastor p w
Church furnishes
how It thrives! They Just seem history many NORTHSIDE BAPTIST f .
examples attempts to root
to come from everywhere and
!vrow twice as fast and at first out error, heresy, and opposi CHURCH f -
Sunday Morning Worship I i ;
tion. God's answer condones ,
become many times larger than 9:45: ; Sunday School, II. Sunday
no complacent acceptance but I
New Location .. the cultivated plant. Here are
points out that violent weedIng Evening Worship, 6p.m.TrainIng I I
the "tares' of evil In the field Union 7:30.Thursday Thin I luis Ixi'ii ,
Jeopardizes the wheat. Was fliip; 1 rmjithil of iu nirpi; and
of the world. Is there wisdom
Teachers and Officers
Lincoln In "If '
about handling the prob- right saying, r: :::: HUH Miami, ivail.v In hike (in furl, unit moi'i
lem? you do the right thing In the Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer f::ri: : ::::

Christ faced the fact honestly wrong way, that's as bad as Meeting 7:30Edward :.:' nisig"fol'furlh." -,r.rrtiii. Iftln" xliii| ut-n,.. IniHiinin v ::.::.::::.
because he the wrong thing". The day of C. Harvey, pester M :::
COMPLETE: acknowledge the separation Is coming and life }.:.:.: "rmpl| +', ii uonM.. l I.> of no \alni1. and i W
fact that Evil exists. lilt sue :.i ;:::::
KEI'AIR SERVICE no Intellectual solution o the Is moving toward a climax. PINEHILL.CONGREGATIONAL :*i uoiiM Inf..i ill UK in tl" "III' think I Ihllt it win .:.{:-
The final decision will be God's. METHODIST I +
problem, but stated tha.t. ,one ,
: WllilMi> .IIKATINO: Meanwhile, toll In patience and Sunday'School 10 a.m. MornIng : ''I liinll. for
must put with the
Alit/ /'ONIHTIONIVUMoved until harvest.up He said, "let confidence that with God what Worship II a.m. Youth Ser- I% n::r:rf::'

To :.314 N.Vi.fnut both grow together until the should be shall be. vice 6 PJP Evening Worship .Man: / via .""I'IIrII", I !I.. a ii"fI"'I'"III'| to toil; + } :
\ .' 24 Hrs. harvest." (Matthew 13:30): 7:30: p.m. ;:: II', .: ),
Phone" 'UH.:4R35: Certainly there can be no truce J.C.First BrownMinister Christian Church Rev. Neal Starling, pastor. I::;:: nml II lii>n In,* dlx" '- ,mil i join;' in um',.hll'| \\iili i, / rr/l :I:::.}:.f.;:.:.
,I /.xiIii'! iii failing.. in tin* iiioii for, lii-"."Iraliun. /i t fii1 f:

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Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng -,
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rv.' "" ,..... ., f. ... Worship, 77. p.m.; Wed. Prayer : %

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every p.m.
SUf' L'ES' G.F. Prevatt pastor. Every- o\ INIq i
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.:YCnday... 6 p.m. Balance and
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r KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -_ MELROSE f I Iw. MELROSE By Olga Westmoreland s C 'I Maya 1ft Register GradersTo to ?

-- -- -- - Danny Rowe, son of Mr. and
Mr. Vlrgle Rowe It In Ala-
Keystone Hilites/ chua General Hospital with
third degree burns over 30(>> The week of May. 3-7 has been
I r per cent of his body. He was set aside for nct.tr&donolbe-
By GLORIA REDFEARN \ 1 flNoffl 1 critically burned when his clothing glnnlng first grade pupils to re-
at their respective
Pleat Call 473-3289 or 473-4132 caught fire from a trash schools C
fire. 'Anyone wishing to donate hours -; Registration
will be between
WOMAN'S CLUB chic Sciences, Gibson. EASTERN STAR- with many. folk enjoying the blood at may the do Alachua so In Danny'sname 9 un. and a p.m.
There will be a Board meeting The Keystone Heights Chap privlledge of the early 8:30: General
ter of OES which met on April Blood bank, which Is locatedin
on Tuesday, 4 of the FIRE DEPARTMENTWe service or the regular U
May ,
Kevstone Woman's Club: salute the members of the 20(>> in the Chapter rooms of the o'clock. A full choir: and com- the hospital.The Florida statutes require that

The Woman's Club will soonaor Volunteer Fire I Department Metros Masonic Lodge, hon- plete service 1 Is held at both Ray Gambllls and Ed children entering kindergarten
nored several Grand McGarlty; are trying to reach
Worthy or first grade present legal
an Aloha Card: Party and helped In painting and repaint- time*.
Salad Luncheon Officer and Past Officers of It that Youth 1 and those persons In the Keystone evidence of legal birth date*
on Friday, May Ing the Fire Station over the appears *
w. Melrose I and Putnam Hall >
the Grand Chapter of Florida. a- before I
they enter school.
7, at noon. Please make reservations weekend. These men not only will continue to be the cen-
I I Following regular opening of reas, who own Citizen Band eat are IIJ'PCftoncla"rtllem.'er
with Mrs. tral theme of ,
Ralph Griffin put out fires, help save lives today's program-
the Chapter by Worthy Patron radios Their desire Is to forma at this date
i early even
473-3197. Admission will and numerous other things for ming. The New Life movementhas
good family club. Interested
I be $1.25 plus tax.Hostesses will the Community; but they main- Floyd Koons and Worthy Ma- continued and is flourishIng applyltforsat receive time
parties contact Mrs. Gam-
tron Mattie Lee Kingsbury,hon- may birth
be Mrs. W, German, Mrs. K. tain their An bringing many more youngpeople
own building. expression bill at 475-1668 Mr. Mc-
Grand or certificate
to before
ors were paid Worthy the opening
Mrs. J. Into nt
; Greeson Kodatt Mrs. the community
of appreciation In the Adah of the General Assembly, Garlty; after 5 p.m. at 473- date of school next fan.
L. Patterson and Mrs. A, Mal- Worship and Service.On .
form of Thank You to all these and Verna Brice, PGM Other Church 3469.
iren.I fine men. honored and Introduced were April 9, the 8:30: and U Plants are needed for the

Jessie Mae Hicks, roM, Irma ajn. worship services will be plant booth at the Melrose Ele- For further 1It'ormaapar.-
I, GIRL SCOUTS PERSONALSMr. Williams, PGO, and Laura Ma- young people having complete .7 mentary School May Festival. eels to contact
Junior Troop 83 and Cadette and Mrs. J.W. SI- Johnson, Grand Treasurer charge of the hour, as they Call Mrs. Billy Copeland at tile rat school to
ry tin
Troop 109 under the leadership meral of Lake commemorate "Youth Sunday." i44r .
.1 wen Several other officer from xr 4 ; 475-2651, if you have plants to
of Mrs. Floyd Henschel surprised with a visit from Starke and Gainesville Chapter On May 3, at 7:30: In the yh donate.
and Mrs Ellen Martin, had her cousin from New Jersey, were introduced. Educational Building, the final The J.E Smith family helda
two nights of camping at 0' Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dunn.They Keystone Chapter was espec- general meeting of Church Wo- reunion Easter week. Attend-
: Leno State Park near High spent a few days here while the ially honored at Grand Chapterof ment for 1970-1971 will be held. : ing from Perrlne, Fla.were Mr. Salvation Army

Springs. The Junior Girls attending Slmerals showed them some Florida, OES, while in session New member will be intro- Smith's mother, Mrs. Veronica
were: Linda Bedell, point of interest in this area. April 6-10, in that Mr*. duced and a candlelight service d- tI Smith, his sister Mrs. Marsha Drive Report
Linda Rufflne, Sharon Stein- Mr. and Mrs. SImeral apenta Josephine Reed, P.M. of Keystone will) follow. Pastor Ste- O'Brien, and her daugh- Due
metz, Kathy Martin, Stacy weekend in Tampa recently with Chapter, and escort to wart McCord will conduct the ter, Angela. Also enjoying their MondayBill
Menzen, Kay Blankenshlp, Louis Franzes and enjoyed dinner Grand Treasurer Mary Laura program. At the close, a social visit were Mr. Smith's sister
I Brenda Klesow Wanda Bender, with Mr. and Mr*. James Johnson received the Grand hour with refreshments and brother-in-law, Mr. and Glover, chairman of the
,Suzie Nelson, Terri McLaughlin Parker, Mrs. Christine Welch Chapter appointment as chair- will be hostessed by membersof Miss Bonnie McLean, Wayne Homer Mrs. Dick Procter of Burling fund raising drive for the
Caroline Parsons, Adrlanne and Mr. Franzes the Wedge- man of District 8 Masonic Horn the Rebecca Circle. ton, Iowa. Present too were Starke-Keystone Heights Salva-
,Gaasett, Tammy Forsythe, wood Inn and also the Kapok Fund. Although the Family Dinnerwas Wed In Community Church Ceremony another sister and! brother-in- ion Army Service Unit has

Caroline Parsons, Leslie Tree In Clearwater.Col. Mrs Betty Snell of Jacksonville held on April 28 Out law, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davis called a report meeting for all
Rimes, Joyce Roberta Danlelle John Jett spent the weekend was elected; Worthy Grand- night the program was to be Miss Bonnie Susan McLean, ding cake, with sliver cande- and children of Gainesville On workers in the campaign! at
Reed Karen Brunsoiv Barbie with his family at their horn Matron of the Grand Chapterof scheduled a* the Elementary daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Er- labra at either end of the table Sunday afternoon Steve and Cin- ]10:30: a.m. Monday at the Holiday -

Brunson and Cindy Ekenbar- on Lake Keystone. Col. Jett 1* Florida of which Jacksonville Grade School Chorus presenting nest R. McLean and Wayne surrounded by nosegays dy Smith entertained their young Inn."The.
ger. Cadette Girls attendingwere stationed in Valdosta. Chapter Is the same Grand a musical program. Also Roland Homer, son of Mr. and and Ivy. A white, wrought iron visitors and some friends with Salvation Army is an
: Shelly Rufflni,Anita Men Mrs. R.L. Walker baa returned District 8. the Community Church' own Mrs. Marvin H. Homer, were arch, trailing ivy, formed the an Easter party complete with international religious and
zen. Pattt Reighard, Susan Be- from a few week visit So soon after the chapter Youth Group was to do a tumbling united In marriage on Friday, background.The an egg hunt. The Smiths' are charitable organization, offer-
dell Laurie MartIn Vivian with her daughter and son-in- of in act. At the congregational April 23, at 7 p.m. In the receiving line Includedthe the new proprietors of the Tex- ing Its help spiritual and material -
Payne, Janet Elsenacher, Suzanne law, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond a ceremony Memorial; to remembering C.W. Owens dinner on'October 18, 1970.(>> Community; Church of Keystone bride and groom, their parent aco Station in Melrose. to those in need In over

Gassett, Debbie Hanks and Crabtree', In Houston. once again a faithful member, under the leadership of Mr. Heights with the pastor, Rev. *, and attendants.Mrs. Recent guests of Mrs. C.P. 80(>> different countries around
June1 Redfearn Other Ekund. the from Stewart Ronald Homer cut the the world Mr. Glover said
adults Recent guest of Mr. and had youthful guests McCord officiating.Used Berkelman
passed away, and the chapter were Mrs. Berkel-
camping Jacksonville Forest Baptist In decorating the church wedding cake, and Miss Jean- in asking public support for the
and helping were: Mr. Mr. Ralph Barker were their officials and members helda man's daughter and son-in-law,
Henschel and Church presented a fine exhibition were spiral candelabra, baskets ine Wilcox kept the bride's fund-raising effort.
floyd Mrs.Jean Ben- son daughter-in-law and memorial service on April) Mr. and Mrs. A.S. McGInty; The local service unit
der and Miss Carroll Wilson. grandchildren. Sgt. and Mrs. 20 for George W. Young. of Judo, and tumbling.\ of white mums, daisies book. of Atlanta. was
Ralph P. Barker, m and Mike, Mrs. Jo Reed, P.M. gavea CMcrs on this next week). and baby's breath against a Others assisting were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs James C.Smith recently coordinate organised the to Salvation better
Vickie and Tim. They have colorful and informative background of greenery. Nose Seth Thomas, Miss Phyllis Mr and Mrs. Blllv Brewer. many
LIBRARY FELLOWSHIP CLUB gays marked the family pews.A Meng, Miss Kerry Shackleford, Army services In the Starke-
Just returned from West Gar port of the recent Grand Chap. Donovan Hancock, and Miss Ma-
Harold Lawrence Although the attendance was program of nuptial music Mrs. Gerald Sheets, Mrs. Mike Keystone area. One of Its most
Mrs. Librarian
many and will now be stationedat ter meetings In Tampa. Grand ry Petty, all of Jacksonville,
of our Local County Homestead Air Force Base. Treasurer Johnsson expressedher smaller at the Game-Fun Day was presented by Mrs. WA. Redfearn, and Mrs. C. Greg- enjoyed the weekend recentlyas popular projects her Is the

Library gave me the names We're happy to report that hearty pleasure in the work of the Club on April 22, there Nail, organist, and Mrs. R.L. ory.Following guests of Mr. and Mrs. operation of a summer childrenand camp
of some new books on the Mrs.Norma Ingram, Mrs. Kel- that Jo Reed performed her was no diminishing of good Turknett, soloist a wedding trip to C.C. Gassett at their Lazy"G" for underprivileged
shelves so as summer and vacation ly Greeson and Mra.W.C.By escort. fellowship and a socially good Given in marriage by her father the mountains of North Caro- cottage on Lake Serena. mothers on Bedford Lake.
time time was enjoyed by all. Due the bride wore an A-- lina, the couple will reside on Many Bradford and Clay County -
approaches look up ron are all home from hospital The unexpected and surprising Mrs. John (Maggie) Ford 1 II
your library card and enjoy stays.Several report of Mrs. Beatrice to many winter members leave line gown of white organza Lakeshore Drive, Keystone home after spending several ; children enjoy these camp
ing for their summer homes featuring a high ruffled lace Height after April 30. ing facilities each summer,Mr.
some really good entertainment Keystoners attendedthe Schroeder, P.M., and OES days In the hospital.Mrs. .
by reading some of these books. State Federation of Wo- Chapter Secretary,and her hus some illness and some mov- neckline and full Bishop sleeves The bride la a graduate of Ruby Michael of West Glover said.
They are: The Big Lonesome man's Clubs Convention in band will soon be leaving Keystone ing away, the Club welcomes terminating in wide lace cuffs. Keystone Heights High School Virginia enjoyed a week's visit
Will Bryant; She'll Never Get Jacksonville, from the Melrose and this area. "Bea," so everyone to Join your friend Peau d'Ange lace was usedon and is employed at the University with her daughter and son-in- Emory Va. attending the In-
Off the Ground, Serllng; The Woman's Club, Mrs. Albert loved and so faithful In her in the getting together of older the bodice and down the ; of Florida Medical Cen law, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cope- augeration of Mrs. Ross's son,
Longest Weekend, Arundel!; Bachmann, Mrs. John work as the first Worthy Ma- folks. This reporter will front of the skirt which was ter.Mr. land. Also visiting at the same Doctor Clym Mlngledorff. as
What the Ancients Said. Lou D[ Strawn, Miss Iva Hillyer and tron under Instituting and Constituting enjoy hearing from you, and also adorned with seed pearls Homer also graduated time were Mrs.Copeland's sister the thirteenth President of
angleo; The Callahan's Gamble Mrs. Paley Boyd. the Chapter, 1959- you and you be one of us all In a diamond pattern Appli from Keystone High School and and brother-in-law, the Emory and Henry College. The
Francis Ames; Except The 1960-1961 and each successive on a year-round basis. Yes, ques of lace were used on served two years In the Naval Frank Shivers, also from west Myers are longtime friends of
Lord Joyce Cary: The Corner GOLF COURSE year. Chapter Secretary, ten- we enjoy a covered dish business the sleeves. Reserve. He 1 Is now attend- Virginia. the family. Reverend and Mrs.
Shop, Cadell; My tweet Orange Several ladles participated In dered her resignation, due to meeting and program The bride's bouquet was a ing St. Johns River Junior College Recent visitors of the Frank Myer will visit their son. Dr.
Tree, Vascoucelos; Complete the Gainesville Golf and Country having sold their home on Half meeting the second Thursdayof nosegay of white sweetheart and plans to enter the University Cooks on Lake Swan were Mr. Everett Myer and family in
Illustrated Book Of the Phy- Club Invitational last week Moon Lake and moving to Hobe each month; and a play time roses, UUes-of-the-valley, and ; of Florida Law SchoolIn Cook's brother and wife, Mr. Knoxville Term. for a few
from the Keystone Golf and Sound In South Flerlda, early which Is game time on the Ivy. Her headpiece was a match- the fall. and Mrs. Earl Cook, of M1U1- days while enroute home.
Country Club Vesta Alken in May. Personal reasons constituted fourth Thursday. Those of you Ing floor-length mantilla attached can College, Tenn. Mr. Cook'snephew Mr. and Mrs. U.L. Chary
Edna Scott Pansy Hawes, Phy this move, and because who have sort of dropped out. to a lace pill box. The and family Bob and of Clinton Mo.<< were recant:
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS ills Hussey, VonciUe Ketch of this Mattle Lee Kingsbury, let you conscience serve you mantilla, edged with lace scal- t Alieen Cook and children, from visitors of *Ir. and Mrs. W.D.
and Zee Tolle. Phyllis won in W.M, accepted her resignationwith and tell you. "get with It," lops, also formed the train. FIRST. lGHTSURCTI I Greensboro, N.C. Also visiting Isenhower.
her flight.GARDEN regret. (pardon the pun) and come back Mrs. J.M. Beam, sister of KEYSTONE f from Delaware were Mr.Cook's Mrs. Ada Roberson 1 II visiting

and be with us, together witha the bride, was matron of honor great niece, Miss Debbie Budy- her son and his family, Mr.
CLUB Again Chairman Grace new friend or neighbor. If. and wore a full length gown Pastor, l Mrs. Kelly Greeson was Keeth. P.M., reminded members a place for everyone of us to with empire waist featuring a Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning ther-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Joe Melbourne.
Chairman of the Anti-Litter and their friends who enJoy forget and blot out those past bodice of flower-printed chiffon Worship at U; Church Train- Hollis and children. Returning to Metros to live
Campaign last weekend for the the art of sewing, particularly and the present days of tur- with full Gibson sleeves. ing, 6:30 Evening Worship Melrose Duplicate Bridge on the corner of Cypress: and
DIRECTORYS.E. Garden Club of Lakes. Girl clothing, to enter the moil which is surely absent The full skirt of cerise colored 7:30.Monday winners: Tuesday winners: Center Streets Is Mrs. Wadl
Butterfly Fashion Show to be from Fellowship Club. voile terminated In a wide Youth Choir Prac-
Scout from Troop 83 participated First Place, Mrs.Al Bachmann Carter, who has been living
In the clean up and the held at 8 p.m. May 22. ThereMU The next meeting will be May ruffle, and a chiffon bow with tice, 7 p.m. Miss Zoe Terry. Second place, In Bradenton for about three

McKAY REALTOR girls enjoyed a picnic at the be entertainment between 13, covered dish at 12:30: In long streamers was used In TuesdayMission Friend Mrs. Roland Bryan, Mrs. C.W. years. Welcome beck Wadle.
jl8rk.afterwards.. They were: the showing, and prizes for the Lion Club.PERSONALS back at the waist. Her picturehat and Girls In Action 3:15.: Horne, Third place, Mrs. Mike Mr. and Mrs. Shelton West-
Keystone Height 473-4816 Sharon Stelnmetz Linda Bedell, the winning seamstress, as well was made of material WednesdayHour of Power Falkel, Mrs. C.W. Hardy berry of Waycross. Ga. were
as guests. A donation of$1 will matching the skirt. Her flowers ( meeting), 7 p.m. Adult
AppttUal Service Linda Rufflni, Caroline and prayer Fourth place, Mrs. Mary Cook recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Elizabeth Parsons, Barbie and be In order.A Mrs. Alice Metz, mother of were a nosegay of daisies, ba- Choir Rehearsal, 8 p.m. and Miss Iva Hillyer. W.D. Isenhower.
The But in Lakefront Karen Branson, Kelly Babb and fine courtesy was given to Mrs. Hector Ownbey who was by's breath, and fern In variegated ThursdayChurchwide vlitation. *- Thursday winners were: First Mr*. R.I. Evans U In Mississippi -
the honored guest PGM Verna a patient at Bradford Hospitalfor colors of the bodice. Acteens, 3:15 p.m.
Homes, Acreages, Rental.ASSOCIATES Cindy Ekenbarger. Mrs. Floyd place, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fal to visit her ill brother.
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Brice of Gainesville
Henschell 1 11 their leader. a time, returned toxonva- The bridesmaids, Patti Mc- kel. Second place, Mrs. Paley Jim Smith celebrated his
In honoring her as Grand Ada lesce at Vera's home, but Is Lean, sister of the bride, and Among our visitor in Sun- Boyd, Mrs. John Strawn. Tie birthday on Aorll 21 with his
GARDEN CLUB TOURS (Star Point of the General Assembly now back In her mobile home Melanie Homer, sister of the day Morning Services this past for third place, Mrs. W.J.Gro- family and the Ray Gambllls.
Mr*. Metba llf.n 473-4740 RAIFORD GROUNDS of U.S. The courtesywas In Lake Geneva Park. Alice groom, wore gowns styled; like week were Mr. and Mrs. Merrill lick. Miss Zoe Terry and Mrs. The celebration was a sur
Co I. J. Ch.nlniton 473.4079 artfully carried out,In por- was a charter member of the that of the honor attendant but E. Batten, Green Cove C.W. Hardy, Miss Iva Hillyer. prise.
L. J. Roblnton 47S-404I Eighteen members and two traying some of the honors former Fellowship Club. with skirts of tonoull yelloW Springs Mrs. Howard Mc- Fourth place, Mrs. W.H. Davle Melrose Elementary School
Pmmetifl Carr 473-4011 guests of the Garden Club of Mrs. Brice has enjoyed, going Mrs. Metz has-not been too and sky blue, with -r matching Veigh Keystone lit*. W.A. Ruts and Fred Clark. News: Mrs. Benson's first .
the Lakes toured the Ralford by the Family Album. well for some time, and she picture hats. Their flowers Macclenny; Mrs. Kitty! i' ; Bar- Mr. and Mrs. David Rape erode class and Miss Marchln-

Vocalizing the words, "You finds some long days, as her were also nosegays of daisies koskie, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy recently traveled to Monroe, ton's Exceptional Child Class
I 've Come a Long Way, Verna", neighbors, and close friends of In colors of the bodice. Holllngsworth Mrs. L.M. Py- N.C. to visit their parents, went on a field trip April 21
was sung by Jo Reed, with organist former years have moved or Jody Wilcox was flower girl ser, Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Bel- Mrs. G,V, Rape and Mr. and to Gainesville where they were
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Irene Williams accom passed away, and the pleasures wearing a dress styled; like JUrimyrR.C. sons, Wayne and Mrs. Tom Truell. given a guided tour of Maas
panist. A lovely gift made and she enjoyed with them has left those of the other attendants, Dowling, Jr., all Brothers Department; Store.
presented to her of a framed a void. However, the new neigh but with a green skirt. She of Jacksonville, and Mr. and The Melrose Woman's Club They visited other stores In the
STARKE picture of her emblem of her bors In the Park paid her a carried a wicker basket nose Mrs. J.B. Rouse. Special men- met Wednesday-April 21.Members mall and enjoyed tiding the ,
new office, was from Worthy visit on the occasion of her gay flowers. tion is made of one of our enjoyed a luncheon, then a escalators and elevators. Mia.MarchJnton' .
PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE Matron Mattie Lee Klngnbury.\ 79th birthday on April 20. Ronnie Homer, Jr., nephewof visitors, Mrs. Ella Gerst of very interesting program on class had a short
For this the honoree expressed And as we move along, these the groom, served as ring Gray, Ky., who was a frequent ceramics were presented by buying spree. They drove
grateful appreciation. fast pSclng day and weeks, bearer. visitor and a member of the Mrs. Ruby Janes of Gaines through the University of Florida -
HEIGHTSPHONE Refreshments were served we find that Keystone still hasa Ronald Homer, brother of the Dorcas Ladles Sunday School ville. On May 5. at 12 noon the Campus and saw the college
following the closing: of the big spot In the hearts of groom, was best man, and ushers Class during the time she stayed Woman's Club will hold Its president's home, also visitedthe
47.1-3176: Chapter meeting, In the Dan- many older folk who have been were Tommy Triest and here with her daughter, the late last business meeting of the football stadium. From
1-jet 'Jail, by N. Watson and straying into other fields, but Gerald Sheets' Mrs. Geneva Chab. Her many season. Regular meetings will there they rode to Smokey Bear
Adol Hardenbergh, ,Lois Walker come back "Home." It was so Following the ceremony a reception friends In our church enjoyed resume in September on the Park where they had a picnic
Ann Stinson, and Homer good to see and talk to John : was held In the social having her back with us. first and third Wednesday at and enjoyed playing on the play
and Betty Sikes under the direction and Elizabeth Himble who are hall of the church where tall 12 noon of each month. ground. Smokey Bear arrived

.<.(..O...............Y...,....:<............ .. .. : of General chairman, now living near Col. Whidden baskets of mums and daisies The Children' I Department The Annual Florida Federa- and talked to the children. A
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::: ::::::: ." Mrs. Amy McElrath. and family (he Is Mrs. Hlm- were used in decorating. enjoyed a picnic outing Satur- tion of Woman's Club Convention good' time was had by all. Mrs.
'mm.1 The May 4 Chapter meeting ble' son) In McIntosh Ga. The bride's table was cen day afternoon at the summer was held In Jacksonville Hampton drove the bus and parents
BANKING BY MAIL' I will be at 8 pun and special They were guests of their for- cored with a three-tiered wed- house of the Stanleys on Half last week at the Robert assisting on the trip were,
honors will be presented to mer neighbors and long time Moon Lake. Meyer Hotel. Melrose club women Mr. Mulli, Mrs. Archer, Mrs.
the District 8, Grand Instructor. friends Olive Stevens and her attending were their pre- Gamblll and Mrs. Crew
II It Is also Mothers' Night, sister, Mable Husbands. trailer and parked at Gold Head The Dorcas Class held their sident, Mrs.Al Bachmann, Mrs. Mad Fe '. sixth grade class
[ and Initiation will be held. Mr*. Lewis Lebert enjoyeda Branch State Park. Miss Drls- monthly meeting this past Tues John Strawn, Mrs. Paley Boyd enjoyed a field trip to Marine-

,...... short visit last week from coll is daughter of Houston day morning at the home of and Miss Iva Hillyer. land on April 21. Jerry Stinson,
...::... COMMUNITY CHURCH her niece and her husband of Driscoll, and Ms wife Marlon Mrs. J.O. Whlddon on White The Melrose Homemaker Mrs. Leon Duncan, Mrs. Sam
The two Sunday Morning Worship New York City They wore in were among the dinner party Sands Lake and enjoyed a cov- Club met this past Thursday. Mlnton and Rev. Poppell drove
M services are conttnuning Florida for a week or two guests at Camp Crystal.Mr. ered dish luncheon following Roll call was answered by members the class on their trip.
U.6. M: and came on to Keystone to and Mrs. Kenneth Reed the meeting. naming their favorite (lo- Mr. and Mrs. Leon lancer
be with Ann and to visit former owner and operators of wer. Roses topped the list buta
MAIL :<:::: Prison and Mr. Our Youth Choir will be busi- and children Mary and Leon
gardens ,
*"'a ar greenhouses Lebert In the Medical Center.He Lazy Susan arrived Tuesday ly brushing up on their Musical variety; were named as favor-
ar r;r'ry M.B. on Jordan Thursday, Vocational April 22. is gaining slowly but U not evening April 20, for a two Program "Good News" ites. The Devotion was given by Jr., s recently parent visited Cleveland Mrs. Duncan -

:::;:::j Agriculture Supervisor strong enough to return home week vacation. They are visiting for presentation at the Oak Mrs. Ella Simmons. Tenn. ,
;:::':'1 the spoke for a week or so. Some local their mother, Mrs. Ruth Harbor Baptist Church at At- Mrs. Ruby Chlappfnl presented Deny Rowe Metro
; to group explaining the objectives friend have been kind Reed of Melrose and Jo and the program on the boy,
very lantic Beach on May 18. We proper
and of Mr. and Mr
of the In son *. Vir-
,.;:.:.:.; of prison program inmate rehabilitation In taking Ann In their canto Gilbert Reed of Keystone. Ken think our young people have and most attractive way of ale Row, was flown Friday
visit Lew. Her next-door came armed with some unusual arranging flowers. The program ..
made tremendous strides in
?$ and the skills In morning to Gelveston
of Teas
3010 MAY71 M.P. I : ornamental teaching horticulture that neighbor Mrs. Voyles, kindly] color pictures of their first reaching the stage where they was enjoyed by all. as he will be in a stunner, cu-"
off: will be useful after brings her home on week days, winter at Camp-O-Woods near are able to perform In sucha was the Fashion Revue. Models nlc for burned children
Take the Easier toe men for
Way. The Club of as she 1* employed in Gaines Speculator, N.Y. Snow was program as this one. We are in the Fashion Revue were, several months. He
release. Garden
was accompanied
vile everywhere, burying houses, greatly Indebted to their director Mrs. Pamela Ashley Mrs.Mail
Save time, steps bank by mail and Florida Instituted and regularly and trees. Mrs. Jo Reed, for her Allen Mrs. Ruby Isenho- by his mother.
contribute of the Mugs Sharon Steven
: to the support Miss Jan DrtscoU and of Fort
Both Ken and Maye are associated wer, Mrs. Beulah Mrs.
hard work and dedication.Our .
let the do all footwork. Ralford Lauderdale in
postman your greenhouses. Harriet Flowers of Camp Crystal In the cam work under Margaret Robbing, Mrs.glob. was
Just ask us for free bank-by-mail forms The tour concluded with a gave a farewell dinner party Gordon Purdy,former man- Deacon and Church Van Netta Mrs. Elaine Ashley visiting her parents, the A.B.
luncheon served In the prison ; to honor, Mr. and Mrs. Russell ager-director of Park-O- Council met this past Thursday Mrs. Ruby Chiapptni, Mrs A- Steven of Lake Serena last
and envelopes. employees dining room. Following MelxMll of Trenton, N.J.. Palras. evening to study and discuss INn Adi, Miss Theresa Bus, week-end.

lunch a brief business on Friday evening April 23, Mrs. W.H. Lang',former Keystone the new "Florida Baptist and Mrs. R.D. Westmoreland \I
KEYSTONE STATE BANK meeting was conducted by the who have been house guests resident who with her Planning Handbook" which 1* the latter two models are not /"
President Mr*. Ralph Barker. of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison ..
husband recently: moved to Coral a program for reaching peoplefor club members, but were wear
The next meeting will be the Batchelder. Mrs. MeUsell 1* Cables, underwent major Christ through Sunday Log clothing made by members.
(Member FJXLC. Keystone Height,, Fla. Annual) Spring Luncheon: on Mr. Batchelder' sister. surgery recently on her eye. School, personal witnessing Models will participate) In the j

Your Friendly: Bank In Your Friendly Thursday, May 27.Heights at 12:30at Mr. and Mrs.Richard Church, She 1* gaining nicely and I Ia outreach action*. There La 1 a County-Wide; Fashion Revue, at
the Keystone Wo also of Trenton, spent three home with her family. Friend possibility that this plan or the Senior Citizens Center In
CofiununUyV: man' Club. The 1971-72 officer days with the Batchelder, and wanting to remember Rose witha a portion of It may be presented Ceineevtl .. May 12 at 10 a.m. ---.. IIitV""Trla.ph

will be Installed at this enjoyed Marian' One cookery. card of cheer may call Mrs. to the Church for a- Mrs. John A. Ross and Rev. I. ja.t 'a.ph'
meeting. They have been traveling by Julius Hanson. doption. and Mrs. M.E. Myer are In added to 'taT''." .
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NEWSSome BMS Family BMSThe

veterans and dependents SupperSet
are of the opinion that
once a claim for compensation

or pension has been denied by FridayThe new county spelling bee

the Veterans Administration champion, SonIA Biggs, a sev-
:Regional Office, the case Is at
closed. Family Night Supper,originally enth grade honor student --- FOR RENT!: Mountain Cottage NEED U3TINQ ..NOWUKCENTI

"This Is not true" says Florida planned for April 16, BMS,, Is preparing bee for to be the held regional CLASSIFIED: AD RAn: $43 week completely .fur' : Lake tat. Ker FOR RENT 4 room furllfmo
Veteran Service Director has been rescheduled to Friday spelling I14.hed. Week available! in I tone, Penn Pa.J1aJII. wxl8tartc JIMMY MOORE'S ed apt on Rolford: Read.: Mrs.L. .
M.T. DIxon. "Such a decisionIs night April 30, from :S In Jacksonville has been May practicing 1. almost Minimum Charge .... ,.1.71 June. July. Aitwurt and) BepJtembcr. area. W* also need SUN SPORTS D. Green 128 N. Churoh
Sonia .
not necessalrly final. A decision to 7:30: pjn. the spelling (Cft... IS words. ) R. E. EdmoiwJson. turn :tracts ivry: sloe. Small st liD
of denial may be appealed The supper Is sponsored by every day on"I think I'll Star Route, Box 32. Blade ftvms. Call Jamta. Cooler.aleaman MOORE BOAT FOR
words and says, Your Lot.
to The the Eighth Grade Parent-Stu Each won/ ever IK-Te MONEY Down on
Mountain. N. C. 28711, Phone loooDy. 6332711.
aWashington dent Organization to help defray have a pretty good chance at YOUR MONEY A .MythS; Bedrooms
erans Appeals the contest but not enough to !.. Extra Chare Jf mot (704) f.9-B8Bl./ tfcbgFOR Prank IJKSHO. Jbx Br br. $75.00
for the 1350 feet
eighth Block
expenses Brick or nq.
D.C. Sonia's family and some pal t. advanceCLASSIFIED 388-8073 or 763-4158,
grade trip to Six Flags Over win. Starke Ph. 964-5791 964-7409 964-
"If a claim for compensation RENT 3 bedroom, 3 Crown Builders or
her fltctog 8K'wrANTBI
to >
or pension has been denied Georgia.The friends plan accompany DISPLAY bath unfunnfahed bouse./! M. A. 5136.
the veteran may furnish supper will be held at to the event. In $L5Per ladsMem.rlsLe Payne! flfl4-6SBO. ttohg >-Bomecno to Uve In Complete Outboard AStern
additional evidence before appealing Starke Elementary School Cafe- To become Ihicma and care for omveles Drive Service and PIANO IN STORAGE!
teria. Menu will be fried chicken the county contest Sonia successfully 4 Bedroom 3 tautfo home Console etcred Iccally. -
his case. Even U he seventeen RoMrsttoas cel1lw/: te "z", Draiwer A. 'Repair. Complete Fiberglass Beautiful
has no further evidence to sup baked beans, cole slaw, outspelled from each Proclamations, ate 7. word Just completely) remodeled. Bradford County Telegraph Repair. Custom- Reported like new. ResponrWbl
port his claim, but does have home-made French rolls and other students, three Easy: term Looted on Road e party can take a biz
substantial reason to believe Iced tea or coffee. Dinners team, for her win. Joy Lalne, CARDS OP THANKB MO South For" Information can: 2tohg 4-29 built Fiberglass Flatting saving on low payment: bal

the decision is not exactly In may be ordered for take-out. Team 5, was and second Briar In Pa-the 10 words er less .. ......|... 64-7701. tfcbLEW'S PREE-6 small mixed pMppdea. Boats. ance. Write: Gulf\ Const Piano'

accordance with the law and Tickets are $1.50 and $1 for school contest I third. Each word ever Sa-7. PB4-B427. Itp Co. P O. Box 667 Panama
the facts at hand, he may appeal children six years old and tray, Team was of "It's City, Fla. 32041 Itp
the decision at anytime younger. Tickets can be pur- The April edition NEW BRICK or block homes.No WATER FRONT LOTS
within ono 0) year from the chased from any eighth grade Academic" resulted In the sec VAST! TV &; STEREO RE money 'down on your lot, FOB SALE!) FOR RENT-2 BR Ho. SO Central -

date of the letter denying his student. ond consecutive victory by PAIR. Pree 1dck I -atp, city WELDING SHOP $70,00 per month 1350 oq. ft., Heat and A-C $80.00 per
claim". Musical entertainment will be Team 4. Team 4 contestants, Itait. Da&mer's) DMcouoltfohsi $113,200.00 Crown Dulkters. On Crotftflr! Lake and. Croy month.! 100A near 100. Ph.064- I

When the case Is presentedto provided by the chorale acti- Deborah Bright Joe Stringer, Whispering Pines Motel 964-7409 or C64-J136: 2tp Late: Canal. Canal SO feet !!2!. Itehg I
and Marty Johns, won by correctly 8 feet deep) Located on
The board of Veterans Appeals vity class of the Middle School. wlda
the veteran would be Following the supper. Open answering the final question WANTED Bouse full oIl\1r.\ US 301) S. Phone FOR" RENT- rurnisihed! IBS State. :Road 100 3 mllej Weal FOR SALE-1967 Ford Falcon

, well represented by his officerat House will be held at the MId- "Name three kinds of n&Lpar' ; cash. Cannier 961-8252/ apartment, May let No children of Starke. Fla. Idea for vacation Good coiwMMon.! WllllAm: L.

the veteran's request DIxon dle School from 7:30: to 8:30: trading stamps". Other stu- tfcbf UTILITY TRAILERS cr pets. Phone 964-6884 cottage mobile homo of :Bradley! 207 Alvarez Sit. lip
dents competing were Joyce or 570 W. Call St. Itchy' Investment.Prices .
added. needing assistance in P.m. Farabee, Pam DeSue, and Ro- CUSTOM BUILT start at 1.29S.OO., 1300 FOR SALE-9 toot roll-up gar

filing Anyone a claim or an appeal, bin Chlsm, Team 1; Cassandra GAS AND ELECTRIC REDUCE( : sate and fast Massey, and 904-5207 Harold Davis Itp
should contact their local County Johnson, Cindy WELDING BRAZING Taplabs A EVapiwuter months ((8H% simple Lt sz'.
Crews, Team 2 Deb Ii pUls" Andrews -
Barry ; Pbarmany
M.T. 1 DDiixonOfficer 1437 Do you plan to make Jams bie Garni, Debbie Jean Green TRAILER etp 6-13 eat). 1"REEMa.1e &: Female past
St. Petersburg, Fla. 33731. and conserves? If you use dried and Kirk Hunslnger, Team 3; vuREFIN1813HVGALL Call 464-7701 8 am. Bo 8pm. hlouiabua PUDS. Ph. 964-6443.
fruit you may cook It In water Glen Mulllns, Beth Chapman, INSTALLED EUNICE NURSERY weefcdaya. tf _Up
until tender and use It with and Donnie Thomas, Team S; TYPES Aaaleas la containers, goo orS
A Hole in Your Roof or without added pectin as re and Karen Reddish, Ed Watts UPHOLSTERYCABINETWORK for $1.00) house! plants. 2 LOTS 'FOR BALE Btaite Golf NEED EXPERIENCED m.ue-and '
start country
tolans: to
quired. and Dixie Flllyaw, Team 6. miles N. of tamntey on 301. Country Club, ready' for
Or A Team 2 students put on a Turn at !the sUn. PH. 782-3463. budding on or for tnveatmant western band. Call 964-8519
. r play "The Lady Who Put Salt Expert' Reproductions NOTICEStarke UobcBARRETT Iota are approxlmatelr' U after 6:00: P. M Itp I
WHOLENEW In Her Coffee", for the students One Bunk Bed Set $69.95 Com
and larger. Paved roads
of Team 1 and their own team. and Keystone pinto Dahoier Discount ItchiH,
Any fresh fruit may be canned anti' S minutes from town. I
Cast of the Included Ho- 1313 W. Madison SUrke Heights Customers
or frozen as fruit or juice play area PrkM* start at 129500. $200 1 Sot Sturdy twin bed set
or used in Jellied products la- gan Smith, Beth Davis, Pat
ROOFJ down and $35.00 per oonfl $69.93. Dahmer'a Ddsciunt
Heed Susan Sapp, James Tom- Mattress Water Conditioning
ter. Both fruit and fruit Juice Hastings Call 964-7701, 8 ..m. to a P.m. tJchqo!
should be canned or frozen linson, Sherry Smith, Myrtice CARL BEGGS tteh.
& J Roofing Co. and Upholstery and Pump Co.
unsweetened; If sweetened how Williamson, Gwen Lee, Jack STORE MANAGER
ever, the amount sugar shouldbe Watson, Tonya Patrick, Dal- Gulf Service TRAINEENo
Phone 961-8778 noted and subtracted from phlne Robinson and Kim Tenly. USED FARTS 710 Rt. Johns Ave.PALATKA 130 Court Street O.C. Carnes Nursery Experience

Hiway 301 South the amount In the Jelly or Jam Judy Stephens, Gayle Shu- Toe Prices for Wrecked Cars Phone 964.6832PLUMBING Necessary
Thousands of Plants
recipe. ford, and Helen Lee were In
charge of scenery. The play 21 Hour Wrecker denies Is Open AgainFURNITURE Fruit Trees Shade Trees, Good The Starting Right. SalaryFor Person:
was under the direction of Mrs. Camellias
Fuel Oil Evergreens ,
We Offer Rnplil Pronillon<
Hollaway of the Reading and
Arts Area. Used Can ; Water Conditioners (Azaleas. Roses To Store Manaarcr, Solid

FACTORY HELP NEEDEDOwen Language Mr. Snell and Mrs. Cline, Hwr. SOt IV.' Wald.desfill Repaired Refinished and Pumps Most In can. plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING Sccorlty, Guaranteed

guidance counselors, spoke to Re-upholstered WELL DRILLING MInImum Income.

Joist of Florida ins needs dependable, able parents of incoming sixth grad- NEW MATTRESSES Sales and Rentals SI ML 8.E. of Stark*. Hwy. 1Mnorahema PLUS

bodied factory help.. No experience ers at Hampton School on Mon 639-2165 ComminofonsProfitSharing
necenatgry.steady Repair Department
day. They discussed the philosophy
work, overtime fringe benefits of the Middle School, SEWING: MACIWIL-ciesn.d. FREE ESTIMATES 24 Hour Service FOR SALE-20 acres en paved Group Insurance
oiled! and<< adjusted In rata
Its structure, grading system, CaD Collect 328-2141 highway. 3 be ro IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY bom*. $5.00. Vacuum cleans
classes and activities. A slide repairs also. All work' run-ant WE SERVICE an appllancea. bane $7,500 down $10.000 Paid Vacation
AT'OWEN show of the school concludedthe balance. $96.50 montJt. Call Pal.I. Holidays
Rebuilt tippUancea for sale.-
b !Dennis IE). Cocgtn, Phone
JOIST presentation.By 411-1428. tidyWATSON'S Glen's Appliance &: Service Co. Bill PloweD R.E. Broker lIMo If yon desire to meet the
9B4-8057. tfcbgA. 6464. Public, desire to become
Lincoln City Road Monday-thrvwgh Friday, Lynn Moxley, :Rhonda Manager. of your own store,
7:00 AJU, To' 5:00 P.M. Bennett, Deborah Johnson,Jan SEWINGMACHINE J. 'Thomcs RCBlabened Real l MODERN MASONRY and not afraid of rcsponilblllty -
ice Davis, Darlene Bennett,and Estate: Booker, Spectatlzlne.. in BUILDING and over 21-We ran train
Denise Turney. House of Vacuum Approximately 3600 Sq. Ft.ftncludlrur .
Appraisals for Estates mdtVlduala > :yon lo become STORE MANAGER -

Many' brands of new Yaemnnf and Corporate Ownrx. A-C Office: AJacenit. In one ct Florida's:

39.00 up. Used machines from Sales and Service Alno trec :rf.l real estate! /bu To RyRy Ramp fur Truck Fatet. Growing; Discount Retail -

v ...... .... ..... .... ............. .... ....................... ....--...--.............. $10, expert Repairs .U make PFAFF NECCIII Incas Thirty Years- experience Lpadtoa $18,500 Terms Chains.
In Florida land: matters. Tel. CALL Immediate opening In Gafn
Parts and Accessories for all
MEN AND WOMEN lra Of OP vacuum Built in Central vat New Universal Home 964-5701, Sturke. Florida. tf chg BILL POWELLBROKER esvllle and Starke.

uum cleaning .,.,tem.. 112 H.' Pennnal Interview on Friday. I

URGENTLY NEEDEDTO TIMER Main, Gainesville!\ KS-TI10 $49:50 up FOR RENT: Small unfurtttsbed 954-6464 ( April 30 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
9646810tfchg the Howard John'on Motor,
Parts & Repairs on cottage; nice location: land for
BIO PENS. BaU Point *t ao Lodge, 2820 N. W. llt'i: "Irl'.t.U.S. .
all other Make Ma grapden. No children, no pets:
fills. Bradford County T Isgraph. ( 411 North). Galnetville,
TRAIN AS PROGRAMMERS OF IBM chines.NATIONAL. Ideal fa*' retired couple. Phone Fla.



"The trouble is that so graph.' .- Bradford Count Tele 611 W. Univ. Ave. withstand weather 20o each. Glass 1cS;

PERSONS SELECTED WILL BE TRAINEDIN many of us are saying, The 378-1355 $2.25 dos Special price! on tare .0.. -
trouble Is. .' INTERSTATE! MOBILE: Horn U quantities. Bradford County For ,_.. ..

A PROGRAM WHICH NEED NOT INTER- .... moving la PI" *. Call M4-S608. Teleirapb. U AH CARS and TRUCKS TI NG


: .wagon. $350 and 63 International PUMPSNEW AUTO. FIRE BOAT HOMESAVAIUBlfFOR
1H ton pickup, $450. DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE 1017 N. Main G'vffle
CALL MR. WINSTONFRI. Ofit-7832 after 8 !pm. UpIFOR AGENCY'
AND USED fats. I WILL, do baby lining-: ; In my
SAT. & SUN.9647600 RENT FurnlsUed close home day: or night Monday
In 2 bedroom oottogw.' Also>> SALES FOR RENT12' wide. 2 bed thru Saturday< Wanda Jack-' YOUR LOTX3,500

apartments. W. H. Kollman.tfcb. PARTS :room trailer outside: city ,.:.n 984-5603. Itchg
1736 / SERVICE limits. J. D. Whoa 9S4-4114.
Ift' :FOR SALE 1966 Plymouth/
Deep nnd Shallow Wells
Belvedere 2 dr. HT-V8, PS,
NO GIMMICKS Water Snfteners and maMo SOflOOO. Phone 7823171.

JACKSONIIUILI I 1971'a FiJtersPlumbing Taking: applications foi'

12' x* 60' Supplies FHA 235 Sedan: Galaxle: 500 air conditioned 1600 SI FT.
2 Bedroom
poorer= trakes: & stsarIng. -

Ii\<; SUPPLY Furnished 795 EXPERT SERVICE ON New Brick 3 and 4 9B4-5390.. Good coniitlcn:. fCjO. Itpd Ph. OFUVINQAREA

4300 N. W. 13th St. 3 Bedroom Bedroom Homes
372-4226 $3'895 PHONE 9647061DURRANCE Call for Details Ruby Dotabs' ceramic sale.Green .
PEDDLERS Furnished
ware. bisque!' gift
d 115 S. E. 2nd St. Low Down Payment items, glazes and! bru hes.BulkMng .

HOME CENTER S.. S 37823JIMARY Veteran's Loans PUMP & SUPPLY CO. and Moderate Monthly : tor rent Rd 18, Int. CALL
Carpet Throughout PaymentsLONGCHAMP 121 Ra+,'r f l1"d. ltchg
Bank Financing:'
Olin's Mobile Home 31-INCH ADMIRAL color carriage: and: car, erot combination -
Sales (used) TV irtth new picture Phone M-8SS3 and miscellaneousItems. :

Starke, Fla. 100 Westtf tube. Dahmeris Discount tf e 101 South S&a.rke'l'P& See at 1011 W. Madl- HOME

This Week's Special CARTER chg eon. ltD

'With' ) calcium: only f 1.98 for a
for aggressive man. Cardan.
RMNTfii PAINTS Bottle of 60 tablets at Utt- On Homes and Acreage. :Buyer filler nursery s3leo-mo3n. Very god
cheiito Drug.' Waiting. -Btrout Realty' Her.
friars: teneflfs to:l'll1nll:: re Information i
etp s-10 Broker' 2117 N. Temple Aye
tirement.! Ablll'y determines
Ph 984-8609 Stark Fla Ca117arJ1aoa.la.Coaeet .
FOR .SALE 1970! Com.'flo :
BLP MoPaCote Acrylk Latex Contact Larry O'Neal 964-9969 TROL._Itchg
9(14-8077.( 781.4055
or i itehg
WILL BABY EXT In my home
HOUSE PAINT during the diy.' 3 mUM east New A Used 1.(1). .

QQ of Hampton. Ph. 468-1980. Up .
AS Sale Service Pantle Hose
Water Clean-Up Carrier Gainesville Marina
or Paint
Re. $9.23 GAL. ing. William) : Bradley 207 Alvarez 1 ML North ef Tin MallOAIIYESYILLE Cobia Boots Best Jacksonville Room Air ConditionersTouch !: : .
St.. Starke. Ihs Johnson Motors Any 51.. Any Color
Control Comfort Cinttr
Our Price GAL' 102 E. BROWNLEE FIRST TIME OFFERED Two or Thrn Speed Cooling SPECIAL
FH.iblt Air Flow Conlroll $3 Pair No. !
One of the nicer homes inBtanke Automate E.eniempTh.mostat ALL
3 B-R Central. Heal $2 Pair No. !
Eire Lug[ ,Washable Filter, 'D get It foe yra. Offte 15' Cobia Bow Rider
fid Mr. Carpet. Many Ex- Corrosion.Rmstint CallnKS Supplies. Fnmltare, Eqoly $1 Pair No. !
Iras. 119.950 Shown ky Ar Modal for Spicial Windows ...... Bredfoi CevatrTetogrspfc. 50 H.P. JOHNSON

(tofctaaent only.CALL low Gator Troilor 2 Pair for $1- Yes
Complete House Full Of Furniture as as
FHA or Conventional flnno! All
$11900 trig oa new Brick, a bedroom. $1 99r
X Bath, awing room' dalo! Lawtey

2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS, TWIN BEDROOM SET: 2 DINETTE M4464 948810ttehM room, and family' room Borne .. Lynn Hamilton 3TCHG
GAS Will &to trade-tn. Call Bu

SETS; AUTOMATIC DEFROST REFRIGERATOR, RUGS, LAMPS, FOR RENT cr' sale: 665 Chat SLADE ford AltcfceH. Phone 118+6710. Before You Buy

t St.. corner at Clark A BnmrnJ P. O. Box: 238 etartw.PO811UJ. Ucbd 1030 E. University A...
2 URGE SOFAS, EASY CHAIRS, COFFEE TABLES, ETC. e. 2 bedroom house on 2 Appliances Gainesville SUPER STICK Vinyl PUslU

lots, Phone T. T. Long 964-5147 Litters, an SIMS, oo1c r. Psrmanrot. -
2tcbc 429CLAXP 332 W. todlsonIT .SIONS: Treated ... for use oa wood. slab
withstand wtaCbeiw, aoo reek. plaitto. paper, metal Isatlisr,
112 E. CALL DAHMERS DISCOUNT ""923 WB DONS BAn: IT *M doe Special price on larfr AHrrHINOI8n4ford County'

well ..* tt tie .*.. Offtv qnsntltlss. TTFEWRITERSg Manual air T.lerrmpt>. H0

.....: ExraLOPS5: sll Fax/6Mrg. z.-... L ute.. For sale or reai.Ba4fsr4 _

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