Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
April 13, 1972
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Doyle. Conner spooks at ceremonies opening tho Ceremonies Gorge Huggtns. Connor onto again touted Dies InWreck I mary is still a long

County Fair Wednesday morning. "Wo Bradford berries at the bott In tho ..tato.r i way off, names are
couldn't hove a fair without Doyl.," said Most.rof already flying a-

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: .35,000 Tour 22nd Fair; A Brooker woman was killed In Rep. Gene he to the will Shaw Florida not has seek House announced reelection -

r and five persona Injured a even though he thinks thereIs
collision between two small a chance he could still win
", station at the
; foreign wagons
In the newly created district
Intersection of SR-121 and SR- of Bradford Clay, and northern
Mo sEven In 4-Day Run.. 231 In Lake Butler, Sunday. at halt of St. Johns Coun-

w_ ,_ .'""*"..,:"apmr.*- -\ 'u,,';;!Shaw"'-has beeff Vlfcuse .4.

r .. Mrs... L uvle Cann. 54. of member for six years and Is
1. deadon currently speaker pro tern.
Brooker. was pronounced
'Threatened rains failed to 6,000 and 7,000 visitors follow for >spring vacation contributed Commissioner of.Agriculture arrival at the Gainesville Sheriff P. D. Reddish says
"materialize and the 22nd annual Queen Anne through the to the even flow of crowds, Doyle Conner made. It backto Medical' Center. According to he has almost definitely.made
Bradford County Fair and gates. There was no big day Myers theorized. Ms home town for the 1972 the Florida Highway Patrol. up his mind not to seek reelection
Strawberry Festival went off but the crowds were steady. "There were lots of nice fair, though his presence was the Oyel station wagon she was for a seventh term.
last Wednesday-Saturday'' without Visitors were lucky to find comments from exhibitors that uncertain until his arrival at driving ran a stop sign and } He Is now 62 and In Januarywill
> a hlfth)1\ ) ; a parking spot close to the this was one of the cleanest the fairgrounds Just after the was struck broadside by a Volkswagen have served the county;
Some; 35,000 toured tile Brad gate on any of the four nights. fairs they ever attended" My driven by Byron Sis- Strawberry Queen Donna Prevatt fights/ back tears. as sheriff for 24 years and
ford falrgounds. the most ever The fact that school was out ers said. ((5.. Pogo 8)) tare of Valdosta, Ga. Outgoing Qu..n Anno Terwillegar consoles Donna. prior to that served 10 years

during the four-day run. The Glena Chavls, 31, Brooker First runner-up Martha Buckley looks happy for tho now as county commissioner from
paid gate also topped' alt previous was an occupant in the Gam 4IU.on. the Lawtey district.
)years but net profit won't vehicle and rushed to the
At least four possible candidates -
be known until all fair obligations
Lost GroundIn medical center for
emergency the
are eyeing county;
are paid by Treasurer County
treatment Byron SIstare,along
judgeshIp being by
Cliff Hazen. The Fair Association
with Dorothy SIstare also
were Donna Prevail Judge Theron Yawn who after
also received a 25 percent .
rushed to Gainesville for treat 20 years on the county levelIs
cut.os groan revenues of
ment. seeking one of the newly
the mldwayrof $12,200 or$3- Broderick Charts, 10, Brooker created circuit judgeships In
.065, a. net of about$1,900 from ReapportionmentBradford and Allan Chavls 8
escaped the Eighth Judicial Circuit.
advertising the fair premium with only minor injur '
gook! and about $ .OOO Is 72 There Is a definite possibility
from the sale of booths and ies.According to Investigating BerryBeauty that Rep. Shaw, whose \Home
display space In the fair build- County' position in Rural Florida counties con "We're losing ground all the Trooper C. Cone, Jr., Mrs. Is In Bradford County; will
ings. -. Florida's political districts has tinued to lose representation time," Shaw says. Gann was traveling south on seek the county; Judgeshlp. That
From the time pretty Anne been hurt by the recent reapportionment in the legislature while Increasingly South Florida house members SR-S-231 while Sistare was tra- possibility Is enhanced since
terwlllegar, 1971 Strawberry plan adopted by populous south Florida the state legislature Tuesdayset
Queen snipped a red ribbonto the state legislature as required made greater gains ($oe Page 8)) (S.. Pogo ) OueeiiAt the salary for the Job at
open' the fair at U a.m. under the new state Constitution $24,000. In the revision of the
Wednesday things went smoothly. says Rep. Gene Shaw. .Judicial article approved by voi -
] "No problems" said Fair, .i ten the salary mentioned was
Manager John Myers. Shaw, for Instance,was placedIn '$18, OO with the office holder
a single member district from law
What rain fell didn't dampen which Includes all ot Bradford 8)I fifteen, the new queen was and the Starke Jaycees. All prohibited the side. practicing ;
spirits of the fair visitors and Clay Counties and the nor one of the youngest girls In contestants were required to on
Opening day Wednesday afternoon thern half of St. Johns County. the contest. be a resident Bradford Coun/ Also Interested In the county -

and night, saw between Clay County has a population Susan Valerie Smith! a 16- ty. ; judgeship are Starke Mayor
Carl service station
Hurst a
Contestants, In order of appearance
of 32,059 Shaw points out, year-old Junior at Keystone
Paul Hutchins
I were: Martha Buckley operator; agri-
more than the combined\ population Heights High School, was chosen
culture teacher at Bradford
first runner up In the
of'Bradford County, 14.- second runner-up and Mar
High School for 19 and
625 and the northern half of tha Sue Buckley a Bradford pageant; Teresa Nell Durden, years
3If(2IoijmCErirrUp ( Johns Terrl Kite Jonell Denise McGee Starke Attorney Elzle Sanders.All .
? St. at about 10000. High Junior, was chosen first ,
three to the
Tern Elizabeth McNe lo open possibility
The DistrlctNo. Shaw runner-up. of running now, but
new Susan Colleen Powell Donna
Tears welled In the of
points out. leaves Clay County the three finalists as John eyes Kope- Susan Prevatt the queen; Susan many things can happen In the
In the driver's seat If voters next few months.
louses master of ceremonies, Valerie Smith, second run
11 there stick together.Shaw won't .- .. announced the Judges decision. ner-up; and Vicky Lynn Turn Sheriff Reddlsh's Imminent
run but says he would have a ; Cheers and applause from er. retirement also leaves his office
chance in the new district the audience reflected their ap Judges were Mrs. Clyde L, up for grabs. Maxie Carter
though It would be tough going. 11T proval. Ashton. past president of the Jr.. a meter reader with

Bradford has been represented Miss Prevatt, a sophomore Junior Women's Club of Keystone Florida Power A Light and
In the past four years BHS Is the daughter of Mr. Heights; Mary Ann Barton current president of the Chamber
by both Shaw and a Columbia and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt Jr. the 1970 Strawberry Queen; of Commerce says he plans
'The Down County representative, first of Starke. Larry Dupree, Mjcclenny\ now to make the race.
Ralph Tyre and now Rep Wayne She was the freshman princess building contractor; Bruce Mo- The sheriffs retirement will
StaircaseBradford Holllngsworth. Holllngsworthwas and Is the captain of the fart of University City; Photo also open the door for Chief
placed In District No. 1 Junior cheerleaders Supply, Gainesville; and Union
I new P varsity; a Deputy Dolph Reddish, one of
13 encompassing Columbia and member of the Spanish Club County Sheriff John Whltohead. his live sons to make the
High Hamilton Counties In their entirety and the First Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lawson race. Dolph has been a deputy
plus the eastern half of Youth Choir. She enjoys awing were chairmen of the beauty \ ; sheriff since 1957.
Drama Club Madison and the eastern half water skiing/ and art pageant committee
1972 Is a big political
of Suwannee Counties. He also r .
First runner-up Miss Mar- Offices from the local level
faces another Incumbent Rep. the Buckley 17, Is the daughter up through national posts are
Leon McDonald. D-Llve
Apr. 14 the district of Mr. and Mrs.Gary Buckley Help open.
new ; of Stark*. Second runner- County Commissioners Dave
Both Shaw and Holllngsworth Public'. Gets Second ChanceThe up Susan Valerie Smith Is thedaughter In Solving Shuford, Lawtey Ralph 'Hryn
One voted the 120member
Night Only against new -
of Mr. and
Mrs. C. Starke. and Zedra Hamilton
itCurtain 8 P.M. house plan adopted by the S. Smith Jr.of Santa Fe Lake. Motor TheftsBradford Brooker must again
BHS Auditorium legislature. Shaw said he offered above scene at Sampson Lake boat ramp shows: why the public might lose the
a plan for a larger two privilege to use the facility owned by Container Corp. of America. Forest Ranger J. P. Miss Smith was also named: County; Sheriffs Department School Board Members Charles
member district, but wasn't Hayes points to trash left purposefully by someone with no regard for those coming most photogenic and was presented has asked the publlc's Sawyer Thore.Starke. and Rodney;
Rail .. also have terms
Admission. : successful. after. a plaque/ by Jim Lawson help In solving the rash ,
Student Me Presently Shaw and Holllngs But John Q. Public Is going to get one more chance, according to Container Ranger as well as a cash prixe donatedby of stolen boats and motor which expiring.All other office terms
Adults $1.00 worth represent District 16 and DeRltch Green. In the next few weeks Container Corp. and the Florida Forest Service Danny's Photography; occur around the county; In the expire Including county Clerk Gib
17, both of which are made up working together, will erect picnic tables, barbecue grills, and several trash barrels The nine contestants appeared' spring of each rear.Monda.Y Brown, Tax Assessor Gene
of Baker Bradford /Columbia at this popular boat launching and picnicking site on Cypress Run at the boat ramp on In the show-arena wearing 10 1971 Collector J. R. TiellySupL
c-toor Nassau, and Anton the west side of Sampson Lake Just a few miles off SK-100. sports outfits swim suits andevenIng 9-1/2 HP night Evinrude motor a was of Schools Tom Caay -
Counties. About two-thirds of the cars using the ramp are out of state, Ranger Green says.
gowns. stolen from die home of How% Supervisor of Elections
bibs i "There 1s a serious question come from out of the
Community Many county. The newly selected queenwaa
Jeneva Flynn as well as the
U the new plan can be sustained "When they see this, they see Bradford County.; Green said. If the site Is not maintained crowned with a circlet of Jeweled ard Brown on 19721/2 HPEvinrude Sheriff and Judge.
tat dank In court.: There was some by those using It this time Green says he doubts Container will again spend stones and given a bouquet Next door a county
...1. gerrymandering says. money to fix the site up. A concrete: picnic table lies flattened and Iron grills were of flowers by the)outgoing along with a boat'wustolon 1 4-foot Qualifying for the fall elections
A-m toss a-.e u. He refers to some legislators looped from the ground the site norr.All queen,, Miss Anne TerwUiegar. Stumpknocker: fishing opens at noon July 11 and
"' >wbo arranged districts so they residents have to do to keep using-the site Ranger Hayes says 1s to put trash from Errln Andrews of ends at noon Tuesday, July
--C-: would not have to face a allowlegislator bi barrels provided and take care'of the equipment provided for mom. The pageant was sponsored Starke.A .
In elections this fall. Container owns the land and It could be fenced oft"; denying public access. by the Junior Woman's Club $50 reward 1s offered. (See Pegs 8))

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UDC Sets Date Y Grill An Open-Face Danish Sandwich I

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For Memorical; Open-tace sandwiches area

Service, Apr. 30 they Danish are usually favorite served although m d.Hem' .
an American variation

t{, "" .u"tt The W. T. Weeks Chapter, Vfc on cently the developed Danish original in the test re c

UDC made plans for the annual kitchens of the Denmark
{/ 4M Memorial service at Crosby Cheese Association. It consists .,, .
/' Lake Cemetery for April 30at tT' of thin slices of very tr
t'9f 4 p.m., at their/ April meetIng r rare steakset tidily on strips ax
Wednesday afternoon attest .of bread'and topped with ,
I week at the home of Mrs. F. B. your choice of Danish cheeses. I x jt
Heat the sandwiches at grill-
+ Beard. Co-hoekssesxonMn. side to melt the cheese and '"'"''J'' '
Johnny Barrett and Mrs. E. K. bring out its rich flavor. +, i ,,', ? 't w
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; yfi' >t ......... Ferryman.Mrs. Lester Crews presided) serve What ambrosial a convenient food hot way from to I Y V
at the meeting In the absenceof the grill!
the president.) Mrs. George ; Uso a flavorful and thrifty
Roberta Sr. ,. r flank steak or any cut thick
? srl i
rvl he carved into
enough to thin
f Mrs. H. L. Speer, Mrs. 'rt crosswise slices The great
ter Crews and Miss Madge ; M
1 "try i difference In flavor comes in
Middleton were appointed on t wiA your choice of one of six im
s f the nominating committee.They ,P i ported Danish cheeses for w

will present a slate of officers topping. There is aromatic
at the May 3 meeting, which Esrom-the Danish version of rI'e
will be a Dutch treat luncheonat Port Salut, sometimes called ,.. 1t' .
the cheese "steak"which has .
Inn. A .
i the
: '' a great affinity for beef. Or 1 aw'all.,
... Havarti (Danish Tilsit), a
hearty yet urbane cheese. Or
nut-eweet Sam oe. firm and ,
I buttery sparsely scattered
with holes Or mellow red-
: Jacketed Tybo. Or mild Dan-
boo Or. a robust Danish blue.
; Dnnlslt Crlllrd Cheese

1 i1,. Marinade Steak: Snn.lwtcliw
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: V4 cup oil ,
r : 'iiM ,ly sdJessie a yl cup wine vinegar "s"w"111 '::

i ,, \, 'A.1 medium oninnchopped .6 oz. Danish Cheese Into thin slices rutting diag
d r lit, teaspoon teaspoon oregano (Esrom, Havarti. Tybo. onally across the grain. Split
crumbed Snmsoe. Danho or hero rolls lengthwise, spread
lis (2oa.( )
cup Blue Cheese .
) with sweet butler and mus
Danish Blue Cheese Combine ingredients for tard. Top with slices of steak
/ Bride/
Karen Taylor Becomes / Nichols Weds Mr JohnsonIn 1 flank steak ((2 to 214 marinade in a bowl. Add and Danish cheera. Cover
pounds) trimmed steak. Marinate for 1 to 2 bottom with foil heat on
Of Mr. Luke In Helilbronn ChurchThe 3 hero rolls or small French boon Barbecue flank steak grill until cheese melts. Cut
1st Baptist Church Ceremony loaves 4-5 minutes each side for into pieces and serve; ,makes
2 teaspoons prepared medium rare. Baste frequently ''(ff i main course servings, more
Hellbronn BaptstChurch'was collar with deep lavender edging Janet Nichols daugh- mason and Is employed by Bush mustard with marinade Carve steak hors d'oeuvre.r I;
the sotting for the wedding Their scalloped nylon head Miss Building Corp. In Gainesville.
Mrs. V. A.
of Miss Jessie Karen Taylor pieces were attached should ter of Mr. and
and Walter Terry Luke on I er length nylon tulle veils.They Nichols of Starke, and Geneva Truby
Friday, March 24, at 8 p.m. carried nosegays of lavender Johnson son of Mrs.
with Rev. L. Tommy Howe daisy chrysanthemums with Johnson of Waldo were
performing the double-ring lavender streamers. Miss CrawfordIs In marriage March 24 at 7:30:
ceremony.The Cecil Gashlns served the p.m.) In the First Baptist Church
bride !la the daughter of groom as best man. Joe Wilson Engaged To with! Rev. W. A. Hogan performing -

Mrs. Jessie V. Taylor and the ;: and Danny L,. Luke, brother ofLe the nuptials. CARPS
R The Gary W. Grable Decorating the altar were pedestal -
late C. Taylor groom j groom served as ushers.
Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.' The reception was held atthe baskets of white gladioli -
Walter P. Luke. home of the groom. Tho Mr. and Mrs. Lee Crawford daisies and fern againsta
The altar was decorated with receiving line was formed in of Lake Butler announce the background of lighted tapers
branched candelabra holding front of the fireplace and consIsted engagement and approaching in branched candelabra. Fam-
burning tapers, greenery and of the bride and groom marriage of their daughter ily pews were marked with white
balanced on either side with their parents grandmother of Louanne, to Gary Wayne Gra- satin bows.
floor baskets holding white gladioli the groom, and members of ble, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond / Paul Faulkner provided a pro .lAp r i 1 ,5 h.ow
?mama, lavender daisies the wedding party -*r ,'a! e C;'Grabte Grand Pralr-' otoasuoLWaldowaa' > { ntnd
Jimmie t t r yn
end carnations. Miss .Brenda ,'Ij'Yl0r; ,,..lster1 Ie(Toxaa: .. < < Th : i
Ray Norman pianist provided of the bride kept the bride's Miss' Crawford (Ii''a member' best man-' and the ushers were .
quid s > ,
nuptial music book., The table ''was"cOvered'11 of 'the -1972 ''graduating1,class' Terrv Younsbiood and Hugh Noe ''f 1. ..",,, ',,"nx.
Given In marriage by her with a white cloth and held an' of Union County; High School. of Waldo.
brother, Larry Taylor the arrangement of lavender car Mr. Grable Is a 1971 graduate Mrs. Cellta Lee of Jacksonville -
bride[ chose for her weddinga nations. of South Grand Prairie IIlgh served as matron of hon
long gown of acetate satin., The bride's table was covered School. or. Bridesmaids were Misses
featuring a high neck, empire f(I t th a white linen cloth edged The wedding will be an event Rita DeVaughn and Bernadette OtLE a,
waist accented by a nylon tulle/I lace and centered by a three- of July 28 at 8 p.m. at the Trammel of Gainesville. The
train trimmed !In lace. tier tiered wedding cake toppedwlth Church of Christ building In attendants were gowned alike ,'
nylon'tulle veil was attached..,.tfir bride and groom, balanced Lake utler, In full length dresses of blueprinted DAYS: '
to a scalloped butterfly lace "By sliver compotes holding nuts All friends of the couple are nylon organza over satin -
headpiece. She carried a cas-vr-,-and mints. Mrs. Gladys Kellogg Invited to attend.Luncheon. with headpieces of blue tulle
cade arrangement of white dals-"j: !; aunt of the bride, and secured with blue velvet bows. 1 Womens/
Summer Sale
les and greenery tied with whlte''$,>Mr>. H. B. George Jr., aunt They each carried one blue
satin streamers t M f of the groom served the cake. Given mum with blue streamers special.
Miss Darlene Luke lsterJof L r The punch table was covered Given In marriage by her of Shoes' very '.
the groom served as maid*"; with a white lace cloth and cen- For Mrs. JohnsonOn father the bride wore a full
of honor and wore a floor length!j iiI}t red with a crystal punch bowl Retirement length gown of white chiffon
gown of lavender nylon tullajfover una tray. Miss Catherine Green over satin with embroidered your ,
acetate taffeta featuring thA punch bowl, bodice long full sleeves with 388
an empire waist high neck and pFollowing i -wec dl g"trlP"central to Mre-Ruth Johnson was hon embroidered cuffs that came choice / a e
long sleeves with contrasting Florida the couple !Is ored at a luncheon on March 31 to points over her wrists and
deep lavender ribbon at the residing at Route 2, Starke. given by the Maintenance Division embroidered detachable train.
waist A deep lavender ribbon Mr. Luke !Is employed by of Public Works department Her waist length veil was seCtored -
headpiece was attached to her Pantry Pride In Gainesville.t at Jacksonville Naval Air to a head band of white
shoulder length nylon tulle veil.' Station upon her retirement after flowers and white velvet rib
She carried a cascade of lavender .' >* 31 years of continuous service bon bows. She carried a bou
and white daisies with! Mrs. Anderson with the government start- quet of white mums, daisies i 'rl i'' .
lavender streamers. \ Ing April 1941 at Camp Bland- and fern with white satin ribbon STRETCH
Miss Jackie English and Mis if Honored On 73rd streamers. ; 100% ,
Teresa Durden served as. After Camp Blandlng closed A reception was held in the NYLON JAMAICA
bridesmaids and wore floor,.,.. ,Anniversary' she was transferred to Anniston church annex where pedestal ; ;
length gowns of lavender nyloa' Ordnance Depot at Jack baskets of white gladioli mums % SETS
tulle over acetate taffeta tea-'"1:,' ,\ Mrs. Myrtle Anderson was sonville NAS and also workedat and daisies were used >In de- ,

toning empire waist and high ,;.pleasantly.. surprised at a party; the Naval station at Green corating. Mrs. L. F. Dinklns
1 ''held In honor of her 73rd birthday Cove Springs. greeted guests at the door and r/ I ,
Altar Society/ Wednesday afternoon,April Cmdr. Jones, Assistant Pub- presented them to receiving -1-
5. given by Mrs. James Barren lic Works officer, presented line composed of the bride and :. .
Nominates New and Mrs. A. L. Crosbyat Mrs. Johnson with a plague groom their parents and bridal -
the home of the latter. and co-workers gave her a attendants.Miss MarthaDen- Great for dress or casual wear, Walked I
Officers For Year The refreshment table was piece of luggage, a cape and nis kept the bride's book. heel I pumps in sizes 5 to 10. Red-White- \
covered with a lace cloth and an orchid corsage The bride's table was cov-
,the Easter motif was carriedout ered with a white satin cloth Blue arid Red-White. ,
St. Edward's Altar Society; In appointments..A blrth- Cub Scouts Have and was centered with three- ,
met Wednesday night Apr. 5,' ''day' cake centered the table tiered wedding cake topped with
at the home of Mrs. Bob Blake- Sixteen close friends and relatives .Surprise Egg HuntCub a bride and groom, and encircled
wood. of the honoree were1' with white daisies and i
Mrs. Henry Stefanelll volunteered -;> < ''Invited to attend. Out-of-town ,Scouts of Den 3, Pack fern. bars\ Helen Nichols; of j
tor altar care during guests were Mrs. John Anderson 513 were surprised with an Jacksonville, aunt of the bride, ,-
this month and Mrs. Gladys of Callahan and Miss Ma- egg hunt at their weekly meeting cut the cake and was assistedby
Weldon asked that men's used .mle Anderson and Mrs. Paul- Thursday March 30, at Mrs. Linda Tatum of Law- -
shirts be given to her to make ine Stone of Archer. the First Christian Church. tey. a

Into garments for cancer pa-, Assisting In serving were While the eggs were being The two punch tables were
tlenta. She also asked that com' Mrs. R. V. Turner and Mrs. hidden the boys held their regular 'covered with white satin cloth
fort bags tor Lake Clty; Veterans 'John Anderson. meeting in which 'the)' with crystal punch bowls en
Hospital patients be made their own Easter bas' circled with daisies and tern /
turned In soon. -, kets. Assisting Mrs. Lillian Pearson .i0'' / / /
It was announced that Mrs.' Den mother Mrs. Doris >In serving were Mrs.[ John ? ,
Looter Humphries had been e- Mr. and !Mrs. John Anderson Overstreet, and assistant, Mrs.[ Spengler., Mrs. Agnes Shaw of
lected to the East Coast Dean.,' of Callahan also gave a birth- Anita Grlffls served refresh.meats \\alOO. Mrs. Viola Brown and 'i
ery Board at the Mareh21meetIng day luncheon Sunday for Mrs. after games and egg Miss Bobbie Krogsted of ,,1
In Jacksonville. Plans were Myrtle Anderson hunting.: Gainesville, aryl\ l Mrs. Charles
also discussed 'for the St. Augustine Attending were Mrs. Olive Visitors were Michael \\Tilf- Bryant. Misses Robin Tatum v+ 7": %"
Diocesan Council of Ca yrCregory, of Gainesville and bar fen Tony Brantley and Billy and Michel Lee passed out r ir
thollc Women to be held earbUJ**ind Mrs. J. M. Barron; Mrs. Garcia the rice bags

In May./ Ruth Johnson, Mrs. E. M. Davis After a wedding trip to St.
Mrs. Michael[ Gllhooly reported and Mrs George Ander- Augustine, the couple is residing
on) the bingo games beTvIng 7.on: of Starke. in Waldo.
held In the Parish Hall i*. The bride Is a graduate of end Purses Neat bright
each Saturday at 8 p.m. "_ *- BUS and Santa Fe Junior Col .
DUPLICATE BRIDGET stripe tops, with stitched
The nominating Committee, ;ui lege. She is now employed In
consisting of Mrs. Henry Ste_J ifanelll WINNERS the Engineering and AccountIng crease pull-on pants. 8 8
and Mrs. Blakewood reported % Lee Overstreet and Jeff New i Arrivals Department at the, University Attroctivemultlcolor Color co-ordinated top,, I
the following slate MWrenshall were the'' winning 88 andbottom.New.prlng 3
:, of Florida. shoulder bags i in tan
officers Mrs. William 011 l! i couple 'at Duplicate) Bridge ,The groom attended school ombre and red white 3 and summer colors In
treasurer; Mrs. lester' : j jphries Tuesday night where then were Mr and Mrs. James Allen in Waldo and also Santa Fe a variety of styles.
Icempriealdent Joseph.. T tour tables In play. T. A; Sun- announce the birth of twin sons. Junior College He la a brick and blue- and white. Sizes-te.
Cissy, ; Mr*.**'*dem and Mrs. Baas Burns wen John Dyuane: andJoseph Dwight Richly ornamented.

Francis "'eng, president. !'1'1'1110'' (""Kfecond: Mrs. J. D, Odom'' and born AprU 10 In Macclenny.Grandparents Miss Claire Nell Townsend OPEN SUNDAY, AFTERNOON
.,;&ln. G.OI'P Miller third. ,,
Father James Cregan. pass:\ J wen are Mr. and Mrs.J. of Atlanta and Mrs.. BUI Colllns -
top; thanked members tor their M. Alien and Mr and Mn and M.... Paul Collins and
cooperation during Holy Week Rev and Mrs. W. A. Hogan J. E. Fierce.- daughter of Jenklnsburg. Ga.
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spent Monday to Friday of last weekend
were guest Mr.
Mrs. Weldon Invited members week with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mr. and Mrs. Donnle B. Bag- and Mrs. H. W. Townsend and QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW LOW PRICES CAMP'S:
to her home for 1M Ma.t .Ray- end family Pensacola well. Starke a son, Donald Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Cros ICMAHQC
3 mMctn.r.P" and Rev. D. A. Hogan In Hat- Byron, born April 9 in Alachua by. .i
tiesburg. Miss* General Hospital

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cpE3cpCE CY(0CU( J{u\J(0CWI( ) A nr T National Library Week j

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SlNIO; f ? p Wt' National Library Week will ,books and become more familiar
Capt. and Mrs. Jack McComband McRae Named T<( be observed throughout the nation with their libraries.
daughter of Big Springs April 18-22. with emphasison Marking Library Walk local-
Texas were Sunday to Tuesday, Life Of effort to encourage Individual ly will be the annual Art Show.
visitors of his parents Mr. Georgia Americana to read more with all persons In t the Starke
and Mrs.Jack McComb. President's Club area Invited to display. original
{ works of art.
Mr. and Mrs Clayton Shawof Mrs. Carl Minx, librarian
Putnam Como and Mr. and Hy neighbors extends an Invitation to the
Mrs. Jim Shaw of Tallahasseewere Julian E. McRae of Starke public to visit the library dur-
weekend guests of Mr. has been honored by Lire Insurance ing this special week, and said
and Mrs. R. M. McRae. Company of Georgia that the theme for National
with membership In the com Library Week is "Beading
Mrs. Marian Moyer of Jacksonville pany' President' Club. makes the world go round.'
Is spending several lie was elected to the top National Library Week should
weeks with her son-in-law and honor organization for outstanding be observed every week of the
daughter Mr. and Mrs. F. W. performance during year by making greater use of
Strickland.Mr. 1971. Membership Is based on the many facilities available to
service to pollcyholders. Competition all ages.
and Mrs. H. A. Lawson for membership Is conducted -
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill M6- annually among an agency e e a
,rar and family In Panama City; force of 3,000 in southern biTELI.1"Up A Virginia high school ojftrt/ ""j
over the weekend. states. a court in "young// love* and :swrr.
McRae lives at 1317 Standing not quit cure how par .I
Mrs. S. W. Hamilton and Mrs. Street. He has been associatedwith erne mill react when their '
O. W, White attended the DIs- Life of Georgia since 1957.Lw daughter comes home with an \
trict Four President's Council The Down Staircase" "New bifocal, eh?" A. "j
luncheon meeting at Forest Dale '

Woman's Club Monday.Mr. ,A,
it.k Bradford's Drama Club will present Bel Kauffman's 1
end Mrs. Frank Fler of comedy "Up The Down Staircase" Friday night in the ,{"
Cleveland, Ohio and H. M. BHS auditorium. '

Strickland of Key Blscayne were Doors will open at 7:30: and curtain time Is 8 p.m 1 ,,,1
Ml.. McCain pins a rossette ribbon the Mr. and
on sweep Monday visitors of Admission will be students 75 cents and adults $1.
take. winning afghan that was made by Karen Went Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Mrs. Julie Fuller an English teacher at BITS is +cs ....
directing the play.In Ix ."
Mrs. Bobby Welch and children the picture Dean of Students J. J, McIIabe (Jerry
Karen Wentz Wins Fair of Fort Walton Beach are sensitive teacher Sylvia
Criffls) is shown giving young Pack It and go!
weeks with her
spending two Barrett (Dottie Underhill) a hard time about one of her i'
parents Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Joey Branson. '4
students, Joe Ferone played by
Youth Prize
Sweepstakes Haynes Jr., while Mr. Welchis \
In Central Florida on business. -

I '1+: "\ it's a woman's By Martha Sue McCain
Karen Went Untied an af- \
win- Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jacksonand :.;. I ..:nf1frrflf1fifl County Extension ,
gee to be the sweepstakes L, '., ... )
ner of the senior youth groupat Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Jr. 1U | Home Economics[ Agent
the Bradford County; fair were in Arlington Texas (:t/i
while Kathy Taylor was the Thursday to Monday to attend -
top winner of the Junior youth the funeral of 14 month old Ricky Frlck
group. Douglas Jackson son of Mr. BLUE RIBBONSTRAWBERRIES Strawberry Mixture- cups 1
Both groups i consist of food and Mrs. Bill Jackson and mashed strawberries 1-1/2
Items clothing and needle work. grandson of the J. G. Jackson Ricky Frick con of Mr. and Mrs. Edna Norton, Kingsley cups sugar I tablespoon red
Kathy made a purple Easter Mrs. Walter J. Frick Starke Lake, entered her Strawberry food coloring.
dress for her sweepstakes winning Mr. and Mrs. S. E, Reyes has been recommended to attend Coffee Cake in Most Unusual Cook until slightly thtckened-
article that also got her of Jacksonville visited her mother Data Analysis Computer Use of Strawberries In Baked cool before using for Coffeu
a blue ribbon. Mrs.J. S. Sapp In Bradford School the U. S. Navy. Products at the Fair and re- Cake.
Senior youth group blue ribbon County; Hospital Sunday. This Is a relatively new school cevled a Blue Ribbon. Her Recipe Other half of dough mikes I
winner. were: Mamie Lou and can only be attended upon is as follows: loaf of bread or 1 dozen din- 1
Gunter with a decorated cake, Mr. and Mrs. Will Slade and recommendation. Frick has also ner rolls. '
Jennifer Haas making'place daughter of Baxiey Ga. and been recommended for pro STRAWBERRY COFFEE CAKE The 1972 Bradford County;
mat, Pattt WhItehead with a Mr. and Mrs. Royce Upchurchand motion to petty officer third 1 cup m'lk, 3 tablespoons Fair is History. Its success
one piece dress and a three A son of Statesboro Ga.were class.Upon. sugar 2-1/2 teaspoons salt, Is due largely to various pea TLI'
piece dress of pants shirt and Sunday visitors of Mtn W. S. his completion of the 6 tablespoons shortening I pac- ple sharing their time, efforts /
"*"" Slade. 5week course Frick then I
,vest. kage dry active yeast, cup and achievements. Speaking
Faye Ann 'Farabee and Karen will be assigned to a VP48 warm water 6 cups sifted enrIched primarily for the Youth Needlework -
Wentz won blue ribbons Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mon- aviation squadron In San Francisco flour. Foods and Arts & ,
in the knitted Item contest. crief will spend the weekend Call where he will be Scald milk, stir In sugar,salt Crafts Division a big thankyouto
Faye Ann knitted slippers and with Mrs. Sybil Betts In Quin- part of a patrol squadron which and shortening. Sprinkle yeast all who brought items for '
Karen had the sweepstake winning cy. will make lights of two to on warm water (dissolve) add display. There were many! good
afgan. three months, including trips to milk mixture stir in flour comments as to the quality; of
Jennifer Haas won a blue ribbon Miss Wilma Alexander has to Japan and Guam twice a then knead on lightly floured work and so many would say
In needle point and Sallye been transferred from the year. board until dough Is smooth and this is what helps to make a 1
Meng had fa' stuffed RaggedyAnn Bradford County; Hospital to Frick was scheduled to graduate elastic. Place in greased bowl County Fair. t
doll "\ the Starke Nursing Home. April 12 from Class A and grease top of dough, cover If I tried to name all the ) \
In the belted goods divisionfor Aviation and Administration with wet cloth. Let rise for 1 ones who worked on the exhibits
the Juniors Pam Tucker Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bag School at the Navy's Techni hour at 80 to 85 degrees. Half taking in entries, putting ,I
and Sarah Norton both got blue Kathy Taylor won well of Denver Colo, were calTraining Command at Memphis dough, roll walnut size balls, on tags and ribbons, a* II I
ribbons for their cookies. Pam the sweepstakes prize last Wednesday supper guests Term. place in well buttered tube pan well as cleaning and settingup

had a chocolate chip cake and, ...1,", the junior!! dfvisionIress ..k r I'" ?, of Sheriff and Mrs. P. D.' Reddish not quite"touching, -,and pour I would i sure omit someone -, lt', the contemporary way to look anywhere in the

Sarah> Noron used aggress wJthyljer p..w.EaUr; ,..& .-'at Cedar. Key.--. i ;; .; strawberry mixture over all, but, to all of you a very, "wOllel; "I'Iis.' Cool'Collectable by Toni Todd Is a chic ..
cookies. then put second layer of dough special "THANK YOU". The
shown h.,.. : doubleknit
Gayle Qualiano won a blue Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby BMS, balls cover all with straw- Chairmen of the Divisions dida streak, of Awhile bubble-textured polyester ,
ribbon for her decorated cake of Perry were Sunday< guests berry mixture let rise for 1 terrific Job In lining up work accented with piping and braid belt in navy or brown.
and Brenda Wilkinson had three Kathy Taylor and Lisa Ekard of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dans hour Bake at 375 degrees for ers and they are to be commended Macbine-washable/dryable. 1020. $24.00STUMPS
decorated cup cakes.In both had dresses In the dis by. 30 to 35 minutes. Sprinkle with for their contributions.In .
the home improvement p The BMS school spelling bee chopped pecans after turning Just a few days we will
class there were five blue rib Ann Allen made dress and Mrs. H, H. Adams visitedMr. was held Friday, March 3U upside down on plate. Dribble met and make evaluations of -
bon winners: Tracey Bruno with shorts for a blue ribbon and and Mrs. John Adams and with powdered sugar Icing.,; 1972 and plan for 1973.
an eggshell picture Adrienne baby daughter In Athens, Ga. from each team
Joyce Farabee made a pants Contestants --- .-.. .-. .... -
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Barry with a crewel picture; Barbara Godwin had the past week. and were: 7ABriar Patray team ... -
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Paula Dee Carter punchwork print short set and Lynn Pierce grandson Tom Watson, champion Frances Perry, and .. .
picture; Duddy Page In a dog made vest and shorts also. up Tuesday and they all drove Lynn Pierce; 6A-/ AUsa Morris "

punchwork and Donna Page witha DIanna Reed party; dress; back on Wednesday.Mrs. team champion John Cooperand ,
punchwork of a horse. Martha Chanda Simmons; 8ASonJa { i
Farabee pillow case
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Barbara Godwin got a crewel Joyce Farabee, barefoot sandals G, P. Dover of Hlb- Biggs, team champion Dabble :SPRJNGAiR TID b. ALONEOur
embroidery picture and Janet ; and Barbara Godwin and Mrs. Minn ColsonthIs. and Barker and Jeraline An- / ; '
Montgomory used hot dish pads Kim Tenly both won blue ribbons R. A. drews; 8B-Teresa team cham- \ ; RtE i 1.1. ,
for their winning articles. for their articles. plon David Gaines and Susan .
Joyce Farabee had a granny Becky Harper Jewelry box; Mrs. Margaret Jackson Is Byers; 6B-Llnda Richardson .t .. ..
dress and Lisa Ekard had a Janet Duncan, crochet; Pam convalescing at home after two team champion Janet Boyce ,
green dress for their displays. Tucker crochet slippers and weeks In Alachua General Hospital and Neva Flynn; and 7B-De-
Barbara Godwin sewed a Teresa Gasklns, a stuffed dog with a"broken hip. nice Grille, team champion i.
brown skirt and a blue double won blue ribbons. Anthony Franklin and Randy "
knit dress. Glen Champion returned toMe Fields. A
home in Plttsburg. Kan.

Wins after a six weeks visit with After several rounds, the field
Katherine Chism Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion. was narrowed to three students.

Susan Byers came in third
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E.Brownof place. Briar Patray won second r
Needlework SweepstakesKatherine Redkey Ind. are guests this place while Sonja Biggs
week of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. won the school championshipIn /

Chum was the bag tote bag pillow picture Brown. first place. Sonja was last
necklace and belt. year's school and county winj
winner In the nee-
sweepstakes SKC and Mrs. Joe N. Bolche
She will In the 1
blue ribbons compete
Other winners of nero
dlework division display at the and family of Norfolk, Va. are hn.,1 vlu in ovwc.nlury
bee to be held
Bradford County Fair using a were: Betty Allen dress; county; spelling .J W'OtiiMy M.nuf.owM, l M1
Mr. and
; visiting their parents,
Jean Hoznowstd, two piece April 14 at the Middle School.
brushed Bunka picture that resembles Mrs. J. G. Caldwell In Starke
dress Nlta McRae with a long
a tiger. : In Lake
and Mrs. A. C. Belche
Luctle Godwin grabbed II blue vest and a poncho; Pat Swain Butler from Wednesday to Sun- Twelve new Interns have come A
ribbons In the division with a dress: Dolores Morgan afghan day. to the Middle School. The in1 Sleep it up on the sumptuous new Spring
pants suit house dress, street Margie Dowling, vest and poncho terns and their subject areas Air Back Supporter Mattress Layers of choice
man's Mary Kuhne shawl; Bar- Connie Arnold. P.E. JuA foam over exclusive Karr innersprings your
dress, another pants suit, ; Mrs. George Flynn Sr. underwent are: ;
trousers man's tie, half slip, bara Hill two piece suit; Mrs. surgery on her handIn dlth Brown special education; 1 cradle you to sleep Covered with luxur e twin or full/ size
Baker coat and pillow case ious gold Damask, Puff-Quaited to foam.
; Lynn Branch, social studies:
and a bra. Riverside Hospital !Monday
Lola Johnson took nine blue Zella house quilt; Laurie Mul- Miriam Feltzln reading and A and"Health Center"construction pro 8995 a innerspring or foam rubber
line, picture and Mildred Fan- language arts; Mildred Hardin, i vides extra support where you need it
ribbons with a sweater, afghan Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lachutof most. e mattress or box spring
coat, pot holders ladles andM char picture. Dracut, Mass were week- library; Douglas King social
end guests of Mrs. Flossie studies; Mary Ellen r.lcIl\Q're.\ 4 e regular or extra firmA
Prescott. chorus; Glenn Preston, socials e Available, in queen end king sizes.
Lucian O. Hazen returned studies; Michael Sanders phyA) ..
Tuesday to his home here after Mark Hamilton and children steal education; Susan' f this box
being In Intensive care In Mrs. education NEW SPACE AGE BOX SPRING Only spring is. ..
of Tampa spent the weekend Schwarts, special : ;

Alachua General Hospital. with her parents Mr. and Sara language Stipanovlch arts; and Patricia reading WI and- "A 11" ....'\ .; ,: ''''':: :: :":':: ',: :, :-- : :', 1 ALL FOAM and extra firm to support every square Inch of your
Mrs. N. B. Rosier and Mr. '
," ', mattreu I No none, no squeaky springs' no )
1st Lt and Mrs Mickey Dans- and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton bus, special education. ": ': : : ': :' sway

by and daughter of Wichita while her husband was on National 'd.8' :-.- :: : ,. .":.,0" :'. ., : : 2 Hard wood, heavy duty base for long yean satisfactory aarvlce.,
Falls Texas are visiting Mr. Guard duty. '
and Mrs., R. O. Dansby for two CARD OF THANKS V'.' .. \? : ,' :':'. .'. ..' ,': :'. : : : 3 Multi-quilted cover for(ailing beauty and luxurious bedroom look

r ri weeks. Mrs. Eve Baldwin was Friday P :y: ).-/ __ ____ .silent strength, no wearing out on edges.

v' overnight guest of >Mrs. To those who expressed the!' J- The special density, EXTRA FIRM CLIMAFOAM ia woiderfullyraiilient. :
i /' v Local admittances to Brad- Phil Barton and Mrs.Nell WebbIn sympathy in so many beautiful .odor free mold and mildew resistant and It will retain. its lhape.
ford County; Hospital this week Gainesville. and practical during!
ways our
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Include: Fred W. Gay Mack recent bereavement we extend ...,r.URf. -It.ojt1'jiFH -

Howard Mrs. Helen Hersey Mrs. W. S. Glover and daughters our heartfelt thanks. The family [ .. Jrnr.r.I. flORIDA'" PENNSYlVANIA .'Gf RnA "TEXAS ,
Mrs. Irene Brooks, George were in Naples last week of James Jimmy)K.:: Craw .
Kopelousos Albert Itartmann, visiting her mother Mrs J. ford.
A. Boran.
Joseph Brantley.1 Mrs. Lizzie
Lee and Mrs. J,:S.:: Sapp,Starke; Miss Jean Whlffen returnedto '
Miss Corle Weimer Mrs. Alice '
her studies at Bluche. Switzerland -
Meriwether and Mrs. Mar COUNTY TELEGRAPH }
garet Kause, Keystone Height; weeks spring Tuesday vacation.after a three O Denmark Furniture Co. Of Star
Jack Harden Macclenny; Lloyd Published every Thursday 1 oiiTFt R e
Warner High Springs Mrs. at 1.18 W. Call Street s.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas
Llllie Nettles, Lake Butler;and and Mrs. John Rule and SUrke, Florida 32091

Albert Norman, Lawtey. son of Olpe. Kan. spent the a t
weekend In Lakeland with Mr. Second: class poeUce paid
e and Mrs James McNeely and at SUrke. Florida __ ,.. ;

Student .. tile nation' attended the Passion Play In SnhecrlpUoa Rates*
The Rules
Lake Wales. remained
COVER STOBT-Crisp whit orderly campuses this are spring very, quiet bat Congressmen with the McNeelys for !. trade area "." per
cotton lace shapes a po
collar Jacket to cover swimsuits Sludgepuma wen- a week. year S2.7S sis months. 134 W. CALL ST. PHONE 9643821 STARKE FLORIDA
on or off the beach. Per- den If II Is entirely wise to Outside trade area H.SO t
or call It to their Mrs. R. 0. Dansby Is a medical
fect for i escaping the attention. per year I LOG six month*
In Hos
strolling on the boardwalk It s patient
by Sea Fashions of California. WWW pital.

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STONES AND ori "ter boMS to soul down adjoining
BIRD BATHS frame houM houses, but time had
: aide onKlngs- about run out on mem. The
NOW strong\) wind*. Klngsley FIre Department was
) adjolrfng- finally summoned by .'
10 pff.I morning. th* message through the Bradford '-;
o Volunteer County Volunteer Fire Depal1me -
got water on t.Re.ldenta.
NO DELIVERY AT THESE .Just in ttmo attempted to reach
ON CONCRETE PRODUCTS bursting Into the Hingsley Volunteer Fir
rising In Department through the i Main
second (MUM Gat at Camp Blandlng but
NURSERY SPEC firemen ar- that communications sot up w.Ji -Ji
fall.& There are also buttons
t completely to push on the side of the I
and smoke lire house but none of the c
r house owned residents knew.of that method. 1'' 4
f Jacksonville. Bradleys men began using
r from the water from tile truck Bradley
63# 79 the fire said and then used two gasoline -
and It >powered> floater pump to
really get an adequate amount
J homo of water ,
the Flynn "They pump a fabulous a- ,
strips melt mount of water. You can hardly -
The C. G. Hill I believe H If :you :
$2.29 homes were ttiem operate," Bnradleysaid.
by the flames .
\1 ALL winds. He also called for assistance r'a
z. / ROOT Chief John L. from the Camp Blending Fir
VIBURNUMSS.fS the alarm Department and from the Brad-
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: and said ford volunteers and ,i both department -
Got / were on the answered th.* call.
five minutes. Five fir trucks were on tar
PLANT GRASS SEED Bradley said, scene. *- Mr. Sam Scott PretenU Mark V. Olin
home next Bradley I termed the Flyim
house. house a total loss even though With Hit Award For Outstanding'Sale*. ,
AIGENTINE'IIHIA using wa- half of It Is sttll standing; .'
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.Ib 2.27_ will be man. archeologist with the Bureau \ takes\ I toa'tbe: r, '".',..\,:

2 CU. FT. \ at the perties.Nlmnlcht of.Historic Sites and Pro- : ..,...Sheg home '.'\\l( .
the Bradford
CANADIANSPHAGMAN Society in the will discuss the etsolhaboo tio botces. 0\ tie \' L",''
at 7:39' Statewide Historic Survey that ,
: p.m.
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RIA Is presently being conducted, fob: oaa 0 as sutea dJ0 I :
and Fryman will describe methods n.\\. s as tea \) \) 'I'
PEA ,. $
ea the a o
used to locate the sites 9o\\"ato a Gu t o\\, et .
WEED pre- of old Indian torts In Florida.All o \ '" .,..0e W..e.
50 LB.-40 77 ; said that ,....a9 w age Mav. S\o\\o t1vaB
to lead tile members and prospective \ a
'40LB--i F. Nlnt- members of the Historical Society Qattoottetw say"oty \
JfEED FREE are Invited to attend the o\t StaaY.Com nY9))1 '. eeI
Division of meeting and bring Items of I 0\ \ Q+9aQuoQ.W
{ Michigan.Top and Records Interest for a show and tell 0eoao eaters 9o\\\\9os\ot t: c \t\ tots \) to p m 11a "
se : a ,.._
Frank Fry- session after the c\\ o\\\c, .,.veo Ocea
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BACTERIALLY ACTIVE More 1Q"M a v\way of tbS 90:\soh: sowmaoy.

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Meal Or Ranger Supervisor Danny Hayes
.n.s. Tools completing six month of Forest Ran : '
Reg. 1.85Mouse fj 57Prufff ''' \ the field of fir. suppression: fin proven, : Family Business WhichWill'
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Reg. TORO.89 -TJ; ': j Top Honors In II I AEA Price Below Any Advertised Price

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prizes rinciter. funny Adnerson Ours is 'die home of Champion, Concords, Manatee;' J If you have 'not shopped, shop"then see us for

$79.95 : the exhibits arts and at made blue ribbon a thread and holder Susan Fass-for a I Guerdon I Industry, homes and many others. price and quality.
TO ."T'f, Fair and water had a doll and a turtle I
for blue ribbons.
209.95 drew a fish Climbing to the senior division 'Ve are'happy to be able to sell you a quality. home You won't find high pressure here but you willwbich
ribbon blue ribbons were Mrs. you can afford. find people who wish! to please and serve you by
Boyce with an Indian housing needs for
Manco showed a Hall with a pencil picture,Mrs. meeting your years to come.
violin and Sherwood, hand craft leather;.

High When! \ division. for Mrs.; Mr.Trainer Boyce styrofoam yard stick picture 4

Mowers Libby drew holder; Sharon Sheets with. ceramic -
II of the doll and' Mrs. Johns
for his cookie
with a strawberry Jar.
249.95:: In the professional division
winning ar- Lei Libby Jr. drew a bird and
FROM TO O department egg Yvonne Passwatsr had a *-ji area '. r !
298.95?-" with a pic stained plate' and a two piece; el (
a Dober* canister set for blue. ribbons. ir am


you can match

LINE OF its S395 price,

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In May

The JOth animal Florida Folk
Festival, bringing to life pioneer
folkways of Florida and
the Old South will be staged
on the banks of the Suwaraiee' week, Winn-Dixie responded to consumers' growing alarm over' rising pricesby
River. May 4-S-9-7 with an
Impressive list of performers putting a price freeze on all meat and grocery items.

a from down Florldaand other states.approximately We'd like to thank the many ,suppliers who have joined us in our fight, promisingnot ,. ,,',

to raise prices to us. <'I.' ..II ''
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total of U scheduled programs \
wtU be presented In the Over the past 20 years, the cost of living has gone up tremendously. Rent has .
four days. from Thursday. to .
&mday. says, Joe A. Cawthon. increased 57%; medical care 128%; clothing has gone up 58%. .
director of the Stephen Foster ,
Memorial, when the colorful r The cost of food has increased too; in fact 43%, but not nearly as much as these 'I.'

event since has 1953.been The held first each program year tiF other things. In fact, 20 years, ago, '23% of your total income was spent for food \
I will begin at 10 a.m. May 4, BE EF PEO Q and there is a
the final program Is set for Today it's only 1616% and food is better packaged, better quality;

3 pjn. May 7. Quantity Rights greater ,variety. Food is still a good, buy and Winn-Dixie's, pledge is to keep it a .

Produced by the Foster Memorial Reserved good buy. ," "
with the assistance of WINN' DIXIE STONES. INC. 430 WEST MADISON STREET, STANCE Prices Good Thurs. April 13 thru Wed. April 19
the Florida Federation of Music COPYRIGHT I 1972 \':' 1
Clubs and of Florida Folk '
Festival, Inc., the state-spon j. ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENINGLast W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE ROUND. ;; ; ;.,
sored event over the years
I has developed Into one of Flo- : '' : '' '
rida's major springtime attractions. '
I Hundreds and many of talented thousands performers 1 CRISCO STEAK'

of spectators: Floridians
south Georgians and visitors \
from other states annually
attend the old-timey and entertaining Limit' ono Crisco or Aster shortening with $7.50 U S CHOICE
event. .r mere purchase excluding cigarette 'II I .

"This Is an old-fashioned All SHORTENING PURPOSE tJ C i ,
I thering where family entertain-
ment Is featured," pointed out fASTOR a
Thelma A. Bolttn, long-time ; _
director Bustle of booths the festival.some serving N _
regional foods and others showing 9 h ,
I arts and crafts from early L48s) 4 4WD
days are located near the stage.
Midway activities extend even _
beyond the park limits Into the ii
nearby White Springs business 9AVt elc LB.'
I section, where many craftsmen CAN ; e1R Ls. LB. 27
and food sellers will have their _
I tents stalls and booths.
While the Foster Memorial
Florida's music shrine to the USDA CHOICE RIB HALF OR WHOll IRISH LOINROAST
I noted composer who wrote"Su-
I wannee River; does not have if"'BEEF STRIP AKS

I permanent approximately camping 200 spaces facilities have' GRo P :,

i been prepared this year for
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I family long In advance primitive these camping have been and .7999
booked and filled to capacity. $ $

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son of Mrs. Kathryn Stancll 6'
Route 1 I. Stark, recently: completed 11C "' C
a five-week Army recruiting : IB. LB. .. L.. CAN
and career counseling
course at the U. S. Army Adjutant -
General School Ft. Ben
jamin Harrison Ind. White HUNT'S '
there he learned the techniques SPARKY '' RUSSET BAKING
and procedures of recruiting Charcoal 2O 88C Ketchup .., . soul I 48C Potatoes 10 69C
and reenlistment, and the management s
of recruiting stations SAVE Bt THRIFTY MAIDCatsup
and reenllstment offices. ; 3 8 C
5Aa159c Tomatoes lS. '29C

Airman Richard S. Gonzales Coffee I 10 el. Large Eggs DOZEN 38cFE&. si sloes $1
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. R. $139 2 P9KGOK: : 1
S. Gonzales of Route 1, Keystone JAR .
SAVE 21c BLUE PLATEMayonnaise
Heights, recently graduated AURORA BATH 32'0.. SAVE 31C-SWANSON MEAT IOAP. TURKEY dR CHICKEN
from the U. S. Air Force
radiology specialist course at Tissue : 3.88C JAR 48e Dinners 2 .s=: $boo
Sheppard AFB, Texas where . SAVE 7lc-DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise . .
he learned to operate radiographic VIVA 32-.I. POLY SAO FRENCH FRY REGULAR OR CRINKLE CUT ,
equipment used In fluoroscopic JUMSO $ JAR' 38 2 IB.
examinations. He Is T I. 3 I $100
owe . ROllS Potatoes
,now being assigned to Travis Limit 1 Blu* Plat or D..p South Mayonnol. with 7.50 or more purchase
AFB Calif. excluding eigarett.i
Airman Gonzales Is a 1970
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Airman lat Class Jos. A.
Kauffman, Jr., son of Mr. and No Head Over

:1 Mrs., Starke for J. A.helping, has KaufOnan been his Strategic of recognized Route! @e $ 25c '

Air Command Division earn 59 7 1 @ "i'"

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the Jet Strategic disposal at Vandenbert Aerospace specialist AFB.with Division BOTTLE !i CANS r ,y Ji: : .I POUND


his permanent Airman distinctive affiliation Kauffman decoration service with will ribbon the to unit weara asa FRUIT COCKTAILSCHEK i DRINKS "V POT PIES .

He ls a 1967 graduate of Bradford -
High School and received

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Smith Wins D & B Lists 124 Businesses In Starke Area In MarchThere

I '"Bjv 124 businesses i. The U. S. economic structure street has sent request for to D&B. It means that a compeny' Jy. credit and marketing fact*.
are the will have the Mirroring the dynamic nature The D&B Reference Book does
In. Food DivisionLinda the Starke area, according ah he concluded depends on financial statements to all the ; suppliers
: base American Economy, not Include noncommercialservices
statistics released this weekly vitality of small business as businesses whose ratings are latest facts on which to of the
a user and supplier of goods aMservices listed by the company. The credit and sales' decisions. Also an average of 5,000 dally changes and professional buslhtaesees -
John Corals,.. tor C a
manager the businesses Correla said. Therefore -
to have ,
with the ability; statements are an Important when D&B reporters occur among
Smith took top boa of food while Delia Rosenberg Dunn In&Jacksonville.Bradatreet, The Inc., offices make safe, rapid business credit formation source that h.lpD&B had an opportunity to make listed In the MB Reference .. the figures for total businesses -
mrs In the Food Display Department had pear relish. is basedon tally decisions a key Ingredient report fairly and accurately. a detailed analysis in advanceof Book. The six volume book in your city and the>
at the Bradford Coun- Lola Johnson got a blue ribbon Mr. Corrals explained, In the success of the econo- Corrals emphasized the importance their periodic calls, they. is revised every two monthsto 4hree million number quoted
count of businesses
tjr fair for the a with this constant the United States is actually -
second atra1tityami for tier strawberry preserves D&B n to a business of returning can discuss operations more keep pace '>for
edition of
in the March the
and Myrtle Baker had Reference book. Accordingly, Dun A Brad- a completed statement intelligently and more ojilck- movement and.-update : somewhat higher.
sweepstakes winner decorated Dg preserves
a basket cake for her Myrtle Baker also bad froi- The current tally, Corroia ----- 1.0 -
display Tuesday night. Mn. en strawberries and Lola Johnson pointed out includes firms tnat
Smith also cot' one other blue had plum Jelly.' Edna Nor- qualify; for D&B new top ratIng -
(5A1) which stands for a
ribbon for a ton with yard long beans.

'listed Other belows blue ribbon. wieners are In the baked products class financial million with strength a "high"if over creditappraisal. $50 Join The Parade
Carrier Comfort
canned Blue ribbon food department winners In were the and Mary LoIaJohosonpuinpldnbread Anne Duke hadyeast rolls Out of a total of. nearly. three :
Nationally, there are approximately :
Myrtle Baker with -beans the to win blue ribbon. 1,400 companies with :, '::1
...ucJet{ Eunice Moncrtef.beets; Lola Johnson had a loaf cake, 5A1! ratings. .. r
Mary Kuhne and Mrs. Rex Anderson Luclle Godwin used a coconut .,
: Out of a to tat of nearly three c-i
; f' $ "
both with tomatoes. Iced cake, and Myrtle Baker million manufacturing wholesaling "
Anne. Green and Edna Nor or a strawberry cake for blue and retailing businesses : : 1 ,
were top In the fruits division. ribbons. listed in the D&B Reference .. .h
Anne used pears for her Linda Smith and Sylvia Red- book. Mr. Correia said that .
articles and Edna bad black- dish both had blue ribbons for there are slightly over 20,000 ,
berries. decorated cakes. companies with a financial
Mary Kuhnfl grabbed a blue Linda Stalth-blrthday cake strength of over $1 million..
ribbon with bread and butler Charlena Rodrt pclkles while Mrs. Anderson candy and Edna third of the nation's sales and
had pickled okra;:; Nortonyeast bread and strawberries more than two-thirds of Its em
Eunice Moncrlef had ornamental all took blue ribbon ployment.Yet .
peppers for her article. hv jort for their articles. according to Mr. Cor-
reia 71 per cent of the names

County To Pay $3.5 MillionIn rated business by D&B have worth an of Individual less- I'J

I than $50,000 and 47 per cent
Income 4Taxes This YearHow are. worth less than $20,000.

much money will pour as estimated from statewide
out of Bradford County, bound collections announced by the :'
for Washington, when April 17, Treasury Department and from VoTechCenter
which Is the tax day this year an unofflc'Ial. breakdown of the
rolls around? figures, based upon local earn ,
Will local residents be tapped ings. \
'for more. ,, than they were. last That was the total turned In,
year, when their payment of as estimated from statewide
personal taxes Including whatthey collections announced by the h
contributed through withholding Treasury Department,and froman Has '/J.9J"
amounted to. approximately &- unofficial breakdown of the + '
$3,482,000 figures, based upon local ..arning. -- "
That was the total turned In,. ..
They show that personal income -
taxes collected throughout -
Market.Bids the State of Florida cameto
residents Tofcal I Central And Air COnditioning
To Be Opened $2.5 billion and that The Bradford Vo-TechSchool Heoting -
of Bradford County produced took first place In the adult

2 P.M. Thurs. total. some 0.14 percent of the county educational; fair' exhibit division wards of the while 1972 INCLUDES UP TO 7 OUTLETS 1 RETURN 80.009 BTU

a Although period of the recession nation was during In Bradford Agriculture was sec- < FURNACE 2 TON AIR CONDITIONER $12 5 0

Bids will be opened at t2 most of 1971 with many people ond.The Extension Home Economics .
pjn. "today (Thursday) the partially or wholly unemployed Department third COMPLETE INCLUDING TAX
Agricultural Building (Fairgrounds the 95 percent or so Mrttl
place. Honorable mentions are
) the new ;Starke :
on did
of the working force that
Nurses Advisory Council
Market to replace ,
State Farmers earned
have steady Jobs considerable -
Friends of the Library,Florida
that burned
the building than did
more they
State Prison and the Bradford
several The proposed years market will in As 1970.a result, the government County In the; Fire youth,Department.educational division Add On-2 Tons Of Air Conditioning: To Your System

be of steel frame and concrete counts on the tax haul this year PTA took first place and ar
50 feet wide
slab construction reaching about $86.5 billion
the Girl Scouts took second.
by 127 feet long according tomark.t. which Is nearly $300 million
Bob Allen. It The 4-H Club took third place.
manager more than was collected lastyear.
BUS Sophomore class received
will be considerably .
honorable mention. -
than the old frame structure ''' '
Tn Bradford"County, In line Baldwin Chevrolet was first
which was burned. with the relative stability; shown place In commercial exhibits.
Allen said that no strawberry by the local area this year'stax
Badcock Furniture was second
due auction to is the being lack held of facilities this year,, reach payments nearly' are$3-1/2 expected and Bradford was plln.Honorablemen-County, Farm Bureau -' .* For As Nittle-AsATTENTIONMOBILEHOME

and the small;frojume,offruit.. The. Administration' budget '
dons are Slade Gas, Florida
Yield<'ias been fopHh* nexMscat*year, sub- Pest Control Cooper's Nursery .
because of small acreage 9!
season ..aalttfdC> ress In January.'torecastJt ,
Clay Electric, and Gen-
(estimated at from 125 to '
an expansion of the
tllman Egg Farm.CARTOON .
150 acre, ) and adverse weather economy this year. It figures
during the growing sea that personal Income, nationally -
will be around >$924 billion -
son.Allen said,<:that the quality, up $67 billion from 1971. OWNERS
of fruit is improving after considerable On that presumption it con-
damage from heavy. cludes that personal Income
rains during:'the' week before taxes for the fiscal year beginning .lItji
Easter. Prices are holding up ---. _. ---r-- .
July' 1 should reach -
well he said at around $3.50 $93.9 billion, or $7.4 billion -- --- :;;;
Most berries are belnr I \
per flat more than Is being collectedthis + -T--r ((1'bl:,
sold to local markets he said. year. Q y. I ,

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., 1 J1{ r 4 + Top Honors In Cattle Show

rI Zack Edward of Starke mented County; Extension Agent here In poultry classes were: ''dorson. Paula Anderson Eugene
showed the grand champion An- ; di Perry Nlcula, Sandie Harper Anderson, Mike Scott, and
vision more cattle
gus bull and the grand champion had than in Marie Harris.. Nick Harper 'Scott Mlllkln.
Angus tamale lait Wednesday several years," also 'stated Becky Harper Debbie Harper Vicky Sue Anderson won the
night to take top honor Taylor A total of 58 cattle David Harper Ruby Harper outstanding dozen eggs award.
In livestock Judging at the were exhibited. Victor Crlffls Cheri ShuIford Blue ribbon winners In the
22nd annual Bradford County; ,Martha SmIth Lamar agriculture exhibits are John
Fair .and Strawberry Festival Becky Harper with her Brahma Crlffls and Becky Hutehlna. Woodley pecans; Inez Hamilton .
cock had the most outstand There were only five blue onions; David Eunice, onIons
David Wakn right also took ing poultry exhibit of 68 exhibits .ribbon winners In the rabbit greens and Individual
4 two top honors, showing the and was awarded a tro (exhibit with a total of 20 Individual plants; Loyd Bryan,, strawberries _
grand champion Hereford bull phy. exhibits Winners of ; and Danny, and Eugene/
and the reserve champion Angus Rest of the blue ribbon win- blue ribbons were Danny An-. Anderson with their corn.

rtl } Ht ,, a 1.NT Snowing re.ene'champions J -III
I were Dwayne Mosley of Starke
with the reserve Angus female
and Joey Bennett of Lawtey
with the reserve Hereford bull. /it .11
a r j The grand champion In the jiyiii
I ({ Charolals class with Ms bull '

L a' +I n _'_ was Craig Shadd of Lake But-

:: :; ler.Other blue ribbons In the o a o
Rotarians 1,000 chicken and pat af calo Rural-Urban Day last WHit et the < vnty fair. The
I lunch I I. annual highlight of the fair youth group were Andy Bal-
law and baked bean to a large crowd at the annual an opening' dree, Terry Mott, Allen Ak-

I ridge Danny Anderson, and
Mike Emery.Red .
Ribbon winners were John

2 Knifed, 10 Hurt ---..... --... Hutchlns.demons Gerald Curtis Roster Scott, Becky David r r
I' Orleman
Ricky Faulkner.
Jackie Marr. Jim Johns. Mike .1
:t In Prison Fighting Gasktna Mike Mowry, Kevin -
w Bradford
--T. Meng. FFA, Steve
i Gay and Mike Oliver.In .
A black-white free-for-all resulted In 12 people being injured the Ranch Ready Adult
I Monday night In the main unit from knife wounds and Division blue ribbons winners
yard of the Ralford State Prison -'- otherwise," said the director."It wore Paul Emery. M. F. Wig
left two Inmates with'ser' appears to have been racially gins J. M. Edwards Sr., L.
ious knife wounds and 10 others motivated," 1N. Edwards Jr. with two blue .
Injured, prison officials' reported "Walnwrlght said seven were ribbons Tom Edwards also with I.
Tuesday.Inmates black and five were white.,No two blue ribbons and Gary
I Williams Lawrence, guards\ were hurt In the fight Prevail. 1
a white serving a sentence for icWait Red ribbon winners were J.
grand larceny and Arthur'' wright said that the fight B. White and B. E. Reddish.
i hambilsg. a black serving a was apparently sparked off bya 't The Herdsman award Is given :..
term for manslaughter were fight earlier In the day between [ to the owner of the best
I r In serious condition and under a white and a black. S x kept stall during the stay of
treatment In the prison hospital "It hasn't been determined the cattle at the fair. Winners
said Louie Walnwrlght. factually yet We and the state receive both cash and a trophy -
I State Division of Corrections attorney's office are still In- The trophy Is sponsoredby
director. vestigating.No : the Rotary Club. Brown's It's not too lale to lave yourself DONT LET AN AMATEUR DO
II I Lawrence was stabbed In the charges have yet been L9.r Refrigeration gave $18 and 'income tax: aggravation that ('ome. H.R BLOCK'S JOB.
:< forehead and sustained a pos filed. Wainwright Farms $19. with
sible concussion while Cham- He said that only knives were Winner of the Herdsman A- preparing your own return.
I bliss had his throat silt .said seized and It appeared that ward was Gerald Rosier with It & R Block's charges start at $5
Wainwright. there were no other weapons g the placing going as follows: and 'the average rout was under
r Both are expected to recovter used. Each of the 12 mon was + John Clemens Steve Cay: Zack 12.50 for over 7 million return H&R 81 loc k 1
according to prison officials. being held In "administrative Edwards David Sweat and we prepared last .
segregation" after receiving Mark Joyner. year.
I "The disturbance started In treatment for their. wounds he Jim John is hard at work keeping his stall clean "The livestock barn looked Aggravation: isn't tax deductible. The income tax people. '
the yard near the canteen and said for the herdsman award. the best If s ever looked,"com- And we are. 1


II'': Reapportionment i. Fair e (From Page 1)) convention Capistrano once gets again.the swallow Yen'd NO APPOINTMENT PHONE 964-8286 NECESSARY 118 N. WALNUT'STe, .

think _'.
ether 10
(FWm Page 1)) ribbon cutting that he would* Included the annual RuralUrban chamber some ef commerce would OPEN TODAYONLY

I r. wouldn't go for the single member district, number five and six, be present. Day ceremonies includ- make a competitive' bid. I( 3 DAYS LEFT)
: district plan, he said, because in which three Incumbents..-.' Speeches were limited to a ing the brief program and then
the fractional district side- Saunders Sen. W. E. "few words," which were actually the chicken dinner. Rotary Club
i which would have been necessary Bishop,' D-Lake City, and Sen. fewer than usual, by retired member fried chicken for 1,000 -- .-.. .Ad!!.... --..... --.... ..-.. ......... .-... .-.. .-.. .-.. .-.: .-. .-. '-'
4i'' t and because the)'-feared 'Jim Williams.; D-Ocla.: County; 'Agent George Hug- dinner and sold out, even '.
running In single districts. The new senate district 1 Is gins who acted as master of tough there was a BO cent charge; "
Shaw still says he consider comprised of southern Taylor ceremonies. Except for Commissioner for the first time In the history -
It unfair representation for voters Dixie, Levy. Lafayette Conner Huggins refused of the program.
In one district to be able Cllchrist, Marion, Suwannee to allow any prospective Two long lines stretched all LAND OF THEH
to vote for only one house Hamilton Columbia, Alachua political candidates to do more the way across the midway i
( member when voters In other Nassau, Baker Union, Bradford than be Introduced most often area waited about 30 minutesfor
districts vote for five or ilx. western Clay and western accompanied by a gentle rib- serving to begin while the
"I still do not feel that .la Putnam Counties Marlon bing from Huggins. speech makers held forth.
j right." ,, .1)) and Alachua Counties will dom- "It's the first time George Miss America Laurie Lea :
He also pointed out the new inate that district. ever completed an Introduction Schaefer of Boxley Ohio appeared DOUBLE WMfE
reapportionment plan violates "Everyone of the 42 small before noon," Conner said noting at the fair from 2-4
some 40 county line. counties In Florida has been It was not yet twelve o- p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday
f In the Senate's 40-member satellited onto an urban district 'clock: when he stood up to courtesy of Baldwin Chevro- _
reapportionment' plan which has like a stepchild," Sen. Bishop. speak. let-OldsmoblJe. Mica'America DOUBLEWIDE: : IHHFBI ,KWIDK: : -
1\ been approved, Sen. Bob Saunders told the Senate. "We have the finest strawberries enjoyed! the relaxed atmosphere Open 7 Days A cO
i D-Gainesvllle who, In the State" Comer of Bradford fair Mack
presents Bradford 6ountyhas; told the crowd assembled beat Baldwin says. 4 W
been placed In a two member Break-Ins the Rotary Club's fried "She really appreciated the 2
chicken. low key program." A friendly Week Till a
Conner said ;Political_ Z .1'.1'Od- InvestigatedA at Plant City's fair each have bean all four Miss Amer- DflDtM
I year that their berries are icas to appear at the fair Dark
(From Page 1)) house trailer belonging to second best. "and for a Miss Schaefer was relaxed and
25. First primary election la James Fulise was broken Into public official that's a pretty; congenial In an Interview Wed- 'rJiDOUBLEWIDE'
September 12, second primary last week and minor vandalismwas brave thing." nesday morning. She smiled bg
Is October 3. The general.e- Incurred according to the Bradford County Is still basIcally and signed many autographs In
I lectton la set for Nov. 7. ... ? Bradford County Sheriff De- an agricultural county her two stints at the fairgrounds t""'
There are now around ; ,7110 partment. Conner stated."I Miss Schaefer departed AND m
registered voters In the'county Last week the home of Gladys think It always will be. Starke early Thursday COMPLETELY:
; about 450 fewer than'last Murkerson on US-301 south was Our fair Is the finest showcase morning for Moorhead Ken FURNISHED. 4
;year after registration books also entered. for agriculture. It's a tucky where she was to attend I INCH SIDE f rt
were purged, according to Supervisor The vandal reportedly escaped meeting ground for rural and a local Miss America Pa- \WALLS. DARK I
Jeneva Flynn. with a portable television urban people" the commissioner geant. ,' OR LIGHT c
Registration book are open set, two portable radios t said, pointing to the Friday night the Youth Choirof ( A r PANELLING
now for the Sept. 12 primary. a 18 ga. shotgun, and a .22 annual Rural-Urban Day Program the 'First Baptist Church I 03
They will remain open"until rifle. sponsored by the Starke presented a free choral program
August 12. They will remain According to the Sheriff's' Department Rotary Club,. In which he was at the fairgrounds.Big .5. Delivered And Set Up ,
open for the general election. suspect are under participating. event Saturday was the -
until October 7. Investigation. "They local. businessmen) crowning of Miss Donna Pre-
recognize the good .of a rural- vatt, 15-year-old daughter of [TI:
ocx urban meeting." Mr. and Mrs. J. !IT. Prevattof $ .
Farmers are not to blame Starke as the 1972-73 coo 0
for current high food prices" Strawberry Queen. The contest O
Commissioner Conner stated was limited to Bradford W
flatly. "The media looked at County girls for the first time. See
-aP the record and saw farmer E. M. CBlg Boy) Prevatt was Billy Vernon I .il D' Iii
,are selling for about the same over-all chairman of the 1972 : I
''prices they did 20 years ago." fair livestock: show He was :$' 0
US citizens: still buy the best assisted by vo-ag teacher Paul Or Pete Peters '
i food In the world for Just 15 Hutchtns: l David Smith,and Harvey : UULBLEtUDE: \ IJOLBLEftiDF: ,: DOIBLEWIDE: DOl'liLElVIDR'' :
per cent of ,their Income he Smith and by County Agent
said pointing out that Is cheap Bobby Taylor The Country Boys Who Will Give You FLOOR MAN
compared to the rest of the Miss Martha Sue McCain, .

world. was county over-all home extension director of agent the, The Best Deal In North Florida

I American farmers are doing fair's home division. Including:
the. best Job anywhere In clothing arts and crafts, food
j the world" Conner stated products and needlework. She
fJa The was assisted by Mrs.Lola John. OWNED BY ,
'I commissioner also had son, needlework; Mrs. Lucille
words of praise once again for Godwin, youth division; Mr*.' Wildwood Mobile Homes
State FFA President Jimmy Eunice Mon< Alvares and State 4-H President Mr. Lilly Ann Johns, arts ,
Walter It Is the and .craft*. The Starke Recreation -
first time In the history of the
Department heads the
two organizations that the two arts and crafts show each year. Largest Doublewide Dealer In The State '.
presidents have come from the John ''
Myers.Chamber of Commerce Of Florida I.
same county.; executive, was fair manager.
"They've" done our county; 1972 Fair Association la
proud Conner Bali"No other Jack Hazen local poultryman.
county has had honor no

1 two"They young are men the deserve Mod that It Woman Dies LAND OF THE

STill 8UYS A COKE AT to cause good happen H
among young people; the com- vellng wed on SR-121.The CarIn
*. miSSioner added. vehicle ran the stop sigh and
Jackson iuilding Supply" Huggins said the Bradford was truck broadside by Sis-
;t fair Is proof there I Is not "!DO tare's Volkawagon reported the
many little county fairs." He trooper. DOUBLE
j pointed with obvious pride to Damage to the two WIDE .1
Check with US on everyday' low prices on building the 100-odd exhibits and growing estimated at SLOOO eatchBoth
J supplies extra special now during our anniversary cattle ,and poultry show were traveling at an estimated
I.\ \ sale See 5. Plans are to enlarge the cattle U mph. 301 NORTH ACROSS FROM BRADFORD MOTEL,
vat poultry> displays even No charges were filed!against
mo.. In the 1973 fair. either driver
Hlghllghta of the 1973 fair .

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