Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
April 8, 1971
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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)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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No 37 Thursday, April 8, 1971 Copy



Board Sets I iNI

a 2-1 ..;-;-- ,

day, the ; /. .
Lunch Room ."
School ,...-tl", ;,c

Supt. Tom

: Probe Bus .......... I public reject any notice aatr !

ation to 4iW p4a

ford High ,

Buying Plan Ralph Supt. Casey Diggs told.

board and about
present be; will
meeting Tuesday r
7:30 p.m. to make
Approving a plan of systematic replacement of buses mendations of

and ordering an impartial study of school cafeteria personnel to the
He had no other
practices, the Bradford: School Board moved Tuesdayto the DIggs Issue

correct criticisms in its 1969-70 audit reportIn By state law, ..
2 recommend all ,
r ti'
R e personnel, of '
Its major actions concern- personnel is against school one, to the board .
ing the audit the Board: board and Federal regulations. rQ
-Voted unanimously to Include He said the free 1,776 meals if.: : ployment the end of eight the ; k '

funds In future budgets to purChase cost the BUS cafeteria $888in +1" ; 1 1fr term. That date
four school buses per cash value given away. The / :
year for the next five years. 1969-70 audit showed the cafeteria Casey has not .
Four 66-passenger buses will served 1,982 free lunches ";""T' whether or not he r "
cost the school system approximately representing a cash valueof ";:. \ ; .> men DIggs. --- _. ----..JJ
$30,000 per year Supt. $991.In _, ,. ,..;; ( d, .,

Tom Casey said. a prepared statement Including I..'").,"'""'r.<""'' ; '),>-'.,"...,.," .',..> 14 : Diggs Its Is position stated In In I ammy Demptey, 3, gets ready to dig into torn cotton

-Voted to have newly retained excerpts from Auditor t 't"" .\ :;'- "};'. : ; presented to the a treat for children of all ag... Caught while she
Attorney George Pierce Neil Tucker's 68-69 and 69-70 '",'." '' / by Board
carry the fair Saturday, Tammy i I. the daughter of Deputy
out an Impartial Investigationof audit reports of the cafeterias Thompson, who got and Mrs. John Demptey.
all school cafeteria finan- Casey repeated the free adult from members
ces and free lunch policies. lunches is In direct conflict man or H.A.
Pierce was authorized to em- with county policies Chairman Rodney
ploy an auditor to assist In "I recommend that the prin- the chair over to
the Investigation If he findsIt cipal of Bradford High Schoolbe : ': ', ', ,,' man Goodman and
necessary. held responsible for these : second. Named
violations of Board policy" ,..tY _. '
Under the bus replacementplan .-.., Thompson and
' the goal Is that by 1975- Casey read :: "'u-' the resolution

l 76 to have the oldest bus In In a statement to the board :r".t';, : and Lawson
operation by a 19t59\ model Of Principal Ralph Dlggs said Casey ', eran board
the present 33 busee-the: old.. was aware of the practiceand ':frrf-: r. ..."? yjj said he takes no ounty A .
est are a 1951 Ford 1 1954 "thought It was great." : : ''' 5. issue without first
Ford, and five 1956 models He said a representative of :t -I;: \ sides. He has not
The plan assumes a contin the State Department of Edu- .... ,I;;.... ... __ .,.. .... ..." ii iiAnn sides of the DIggs -
......_-, .-' f / ": son said.
uation of approximately the cation came to BHS and was ,". flY. -t f
"I r.< Board Member Taylor has been named KellY's that
same number of student trans aware of the practice. .'t" lIW'IJ' .
M 4J
ri fi
., : ; :; was on a extension agent In Brad- Taylor's salary be $3,800
ported each year. Current cost j,, ? /',.. fij, ..OVw1Z:'.JTfai; at yer in action Bradford County and $6,700
County Joint by
per 66-passenger bus Is about Dlggs said he was advised Atlanta Tuesday
$7,000. "recently" the free adult lunches Several other Cooperative Extension from the state for a total of
was against School Board Torwillogar It crowned 1971 Strawberry Queen by Ann Barton, 1970 spoke In Diggs' and the Bradford Coun $10,500. That figure Is somewhat

Board members noted that policy but prior to that was queen. The Starke beauty won over 23 girls from five counties, ing Jim Bloodworth, less than Huggins has been
buses should be evaluated] by not aware he was violating po- ident of the state's recommendation receiving, one commissionersaid.
condition and mileage, as well licy. He said he then asked and Mrs. Carol made Monday by Earl Kel- .
as age. Casey If he should stop serving man of the Science chief of all county exten- Taylor Is also to be allowed
The cafeteria Investigationcame free adult lunches and was Bradford at BUS, and Rev. agents. The recommenda $1.200 travel allowance.
after Supt. Tom Casey told there was no need to at Beauty pastor of Grace was quickly approved by
pointed out the Bradford High that time. Former Sen. 04)I which has been The Extension Service did
Cafeteria for two years In a presented the board to have the popular look around the state to find
row has served free lunches Dlggs asked board members more names to add agent here named tc a person who would fit the
; to guests and paid teachers if they have written statementsof tition presented by George Huggtns. 19- type program Bradford County -
for lunchroom duty with meals. policy He doesn't have sucha Is Berry QueenSeventeeyearold ley at last month's veteran who has retired. has, Kelly said. State officials -
.This practice is strictly against statement, DIggs said.Chair- ing and favoring first paid tribute to and the Commission met
I school board policy and Federal man Hall said the board has appointment. who he said "has con- several times privately to discuss -
,lunch program regulations the no printed policy statementsbut There Is more in a very dynamic and applicants for Huggins)
added there are policiesfor of intellectual and replacement, it Is understood
'superintendent. said. blonde and Miss Terwillegar told judges It is the first beauty pageant way" to agriculture
operating lunch programs. blue-eyed Anne Terwtllegar her hobby is talking during her to the young people of the by The Telegraph, with the
"We were all aware of It," "There was no Intent to violate who told Judges her hobby Is"talking" personal interview. (Con t Page 4)) (Con't on ) of Florida. Commission holding out for
School Board Chairman Rodney Taylor's appointment.
has been named the
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Hall said, adding that school policy DIggs .sald, "I 1971 Bradford County Straw- Is one of the few Appreciation was expressedto
to do I
was trying what
thoughtwas he knows, Kelly said,
board members have eaten free right." berry Queen. Kelly for "helping us geta
lunches at BtlS. The practicehas seems to know how really
beauty boy who will do us a goodjob"
been used to build goodwill At that point, Casey sugges- The 35-23-35 Bradford "I've never left him
Hall said.A ted the board employ attorney was selected from a field th feeling better. He by Commissioner Zedra
Pierce to "thoroughly investi- of 23 girls from five counties how to get die best things Hamilton.
teacher who worked as a gate" all cafeterias, not Just Saturday night after Judges life." A small delegation from
,lunch room supervisor told the take his word. labored long over ballotsIn Hampton appeared before the
'board it was the "hardest 50 close voting. :. t ;1 1w assistant agent here board in protest of the closingof
cents I've ever earned in my At all other schools Casey Miss Terwtllegar Is the seven years, was named a road In Hampton they say
life" He said he worked 15 said, teachers supervise the daughter of Mr and Mrs.Clyde 3r7..z.u agent effective May I. school children use to walkto
lunch hour without receivinga school to keep off the high
minutes per day as lunch room Terwillegar, 1525 East Call Commission also approved
supervisor. lunch as payment and as Street. Starke. She returns the way. The road is a pair of
Casey repeated the audit report part of their eight hour workday Strawberry Queen Crown to 'yt ruts which the county does not
shows the practice of serving Bradford County for the first SR225Job presently maintain Road Fore-
time in three man R.!::. Jones said.
free lunches to non-kitchen Diggs said he and Casey six years.
weeks ago discussed the situation First runner-up and a very The road has recently been
to .. .S ** The principal said he asked close second place was Miss r i Set fenced by Hampton resident Jeff
Casey point blank If he wantedto Raye Sands 17. of Baker County. 5r ., 4 ( -n 5 Baker, which apparently has
She Is the daughter of Mr stirred the
take the teachers out of controversy.
and Mrs. Holland Sands Mac-
1 the cafeteria and to cut them clenny. 4 knt 1 An elderly resident who said
off from their lunch.
YIle earning Second runner-up was Miss he has lived In Hampton since
"He said not now'
'No. k 190S told
Patricia Diane Yarborough 17. the commission the
Diggs told the
board. also from Baker County. She road has been open "better
Steps have been taken to cor- Construction Co. and than 60 "
is the daugher of Mr. and Mrs. years.
rect other points criticized In Llmerock Corporation of Chairman
Dennis A. Yarborough of Mae- Dave Shuford appointed
? the audit, Supt.Casey said.They were the apparent Joint Commissioners George
m mown ((Trier!! Include clenny. L.
: .. .. wyya bidders on rebuilding 5,694 Roberts! Eddie Allen
Other of the 10 finalists were -..... and Zed-
Donna Dowllng, Macclenny; of Mate Koad M be- ra Hamilton along with Road
i :
-keeping to date r 'A U.S. 301 at Lawley and Foreman
Annual up personnel Janice Jones, Palatka; Glenda -- -- -- R.E Jones to confer
records. Ann Mcintosh Palatka; Diane at Kingsley Lake. with Attorney Gene Shaw to
a City WidelEASTER -Disuse of a questionable security Mauldin, Macclenny; Corre D, A Green Cove man walked away from this crash on SR-230 bid was 719516.59 and see If the county has any authority -
agreement with the Flo- Welmer Keystone Heights; No- part of a $246.3 million In the case
rida Bank at Starke. ra Jane Pierson, Palatka; Mar- ) by
EGG! bid-letting Maurice Edwards Jr. appeared -
-Payment of $503.50 of the gie Lou Prevatt, Macclenny. Department of Trans to work out the board
superintendent's salary which Men should rule the house Auto Rams Tree on March 31. the details of an agreementto
t'HUNT was withheld.
the new strawberry queen told officials In Lake City allow the county to widen
Judges In answering her final
Creek through his
Friday April 9 question put to the 10 finalist that, assuming everything Alligator
-Further attempts to have order, the contract on property; on to Rowell Lake.
interest on bond reserve accounts *. She was asked what she road should be awarded Edwards had given the county: ;
10:30: a, m. thought of the Woman's Lib Man Walks A
i In a St. Petersburg bank drew three weeks and actual permission to start the digging -
Westside Park transferred to the county school movement. The answer tructJon on the project which has never been
system's operating funds. The a big hand from the Jam packed finished.
within 30
1 begin days or
house In the show arena at ,
Toddlers Through bank each year transfers the than 60 days. Edwards said the county has
2 Interest and pays off bonds the Bradford Fairgrounds. A Green Cove Springs man Brockenbrough attempted to with Its smashed his dike torn down la one place
Grade 5 with It, in violation of the "I think the woman's placeIs walked away from his totally light a cigarette according to the edge of the left call for complete re- and U a flood should occur
board's bonding contract, Casey In the home. It's all right demolished car after It left the Clay County Sheriffs Office The car moved the of the 5.694-mlle he is In a position to have
t .....r said. for us to teach and do a fewthings SR-230 east of Starke and struck He lost control of the It struck headon to primary road spe 300 acres of land flooded.
Ilk* that, but I think three pine trees. 1970 Pontiac Inches. The new road will
'J (! the man should control die veered 24 feet wide --four feet "You've got me with my
[ QJIjr Q Eammunilg! -Property; records of surplus home. Definitely was her Eugene W. Brockenbrough The vehicle across Damage to the than its present 20-foot britches down." Edwards HId'
under centerline and off the estimated at $
property are currently the ran was
; County
$l.nQnk 38, was taken to Bradford
\ study. complete answer. left side of the road. The car Clay authorities. The project will Include Indicating he was ready to sign
; Hospital by a paner-by
Pageant officials] said that of storm sewer an easement
i maintenance and pine tree, with
Building he sideswiped one big was charged
George Ward, where was
_- -wy repair records are being kept the three top girls scored high treated crashed head-on Into a second maintain his vehicle small drainage structures Chairman Shuford asked and
and released.
o.r :" ..!. In personal Interviews by being some curb and gutter
f another
: J- sideswiped
Ya..t by Purchasing Agent P. No- Traveling west on SR-230 a- tree, then (Con't on page )
"completely themselves. Lawtey. (Con't en )
I lln. bout five miles from Starke, pine, finally coming to rest page




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t i 8 f,v" fv ExhibitsBradford
Winning Woman's Club

Luncheon MeetingSet

'' -"' ,,", ,"... .L. ... .... .' ,._ -- For WednesdayThe
:, 'i'f"!: ..

Starke Woman's Club i
,. le c I1W rni will have a luncheon-meeting
i Wednesday, April 14, at 12 noon
I Jfl I at the club house, $1.25: per
I, person. Guests and prospec-
Gladys Mootr Pboe.,64.9$08 trJ I tive members are Invited.
b The executive board will meet
Society Editor today (Thursday) for a Dutch
a treat luncheon at 12 noon at the

I Holiday, Inn.
c l

i J : n Beta, Sigma Phi MfrFashion

Wilier Mae Davis Queen, Contestants Sets Pledge 'Ritual

Becpmes Bride Honored At PartyIn

Of\ Marion Ranke Woman's ClubThe Beta Sigma Phi! sorority will
\ hold its Pledge Ritual on Mon-

WJJler1 Mae Davis and Chief Strawberry Queen contestants Ia1'; : i day evening April 12. at 7:30: r '---
Marvin Itanke repeated marriage judges and membersof p.m. In the Pecan Room of the
the Pageant committee from : ... Garden Restaurant.
vows Thursday March W.rtft':_ -- .11.- Story
23: at 8.30: p.m. In the home tho Junior Woman's Club, were County agriculture exhibit, by county ag officials, r contact Members Mrs.are Tommy requested Tyer at to To Be PresentedBy
at a Coca-Cola party
of Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper. honor
th. Adult Education Division. 473-4167 for reservation.
first In
turday afternoon place
by the won
Rev. William C. Lovell officiated Baldwin Chevrolet first
the Starke Woman's Club at the won place among Commercial exhibits Sewing Expert
at double-ring ceremony -
club house. at the fair. Queen Mary Ann Barton and Fair A*sac-
Th -'bride Is the daughter of The refreshment table was President Frank Willlonn Egg Hunt PlannedAt
lotion present plaque to winners.
Miss Lenada Culver fashion
covered with a white linen ,
Mrs.: Oscar L. Davis Sr. and Pine LevelThe
cloth with large cardboard sewing consultant with the Ar-
the Iota Mr. Davis of Gaines-
strawberries the CakesMiss Dawn Lamb; Company, will present"The
edging skirts. mo
ville. The groom's parents are CandyMrs.. Lola' Johnson
Centering the table were thaw Mrs. Elvira DeVoe iced cake; Inside Story of Fashion" at 10
Gene Ranhe and the late Mrs. Martha candy; Ann Farabee, Pine Level Baptist
Mrs. Linda Smith, Easter
dolls,decorated with glitter basket 15 in
paper Thursday, April ,
fudge, and Annie Alvarez
lianho of Trenton, N.J. standing on shining stagesIn cake; Mrs. Elvira DeVoe candy Church will have an Easter the Bradford County Agriculture -
The couple recited the nuptials delight. hunt for thelrchlldrenfromkindergarten
silver tinted clouds. The cup cakes; Mrs. Elvira Devoe egg Center Auditorium.
before an archway of sixth
middle doll stood on a raised butterscotch oatmeal and Mrs. through Miss Martha Sue McCain,Ex-
greenery fern and pompoms stage with robe and crown sur- Lucille Godwin, angel pie. grade on Friday at 3:30: p.m. tension Home Economics Agent,
flanked by baskets of fern, bri- Birthday Party on the church grounds. Grades
rounded by silver tinted that the will
puffs program
dal wreath and pompoms with three to six will have a weiner -
branched candlebra holding of cotton at her feet, symboli- INTERNS HERE For Jimmy ClemonsLittle roast, followed by games, include the Important uses of
white tapers. zing the Strawberry Queen and Twelve University of Florida starting at 5:30: p.m. Friday. shaping fabrics in tod ly's fashion -
alas Tatty Whitehead, pianist her court. This was flanked on students are Interning at the John Clemons, son of world. Factors to be con-
played wedding music. each side bv white candles In Middle School this quarter.The Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Clemons, sidered are: selecting lining and
Mrs. Donald Cooper attended crystal holders with straw- Interns and their areas are: celebrated his first birthday Candy StripersThe underlining Interfacing, sewing
her,.sister as matron of berries mounted on the hold Mr. Kimball, Mr. Ellis, Miss Sunday with a party at their with knits, and professional(
honor and DonaU!Cooper servedas ers. At either side of the table Roberta, and Miss TuUno, Math; home. techniques In handling shaping
best man. were two large floor urns of wild Mr. Hopwood Mr. Prelsler Cake and Ice cream were Candy Stripers will meet fabrics during garment con-
The bride, given in marriageby azaleas and wistaria. and Miss Berger, Social Studies enjoyed by the little guests including Thursday, April 8, at 7 p.m. struction.All .
Individual dining tables were in the library of the ladles of the area are Invited -
her brother William Davis ; Mr. McLeod Mr. Weldon : Tammy Dempsey Em-
of Jacksonville chose for placed at random throughoutthe !; ti and Mr.Manchester,Read- ily Tew, Terry Gasklns Sherryand County Hospital. (to attend 'this programand
her wedding a floor length gown auditorium. Each table was Ing and Language Arts;and Mr. Michael Vanzant and Jeff are ur ed 13: bring their
of blue satin with high neck- covered with white linen cloths --- Patrella and Mr. Groves, Phy and Mischell Clemons. WHAT'S MULE AND WAGON? sewing questions and problems
line and long sleeves. She worea decorated with strawberries n ZB L sical Education. ASK ANY SENIOR CLUB WO for discussion.
short length Illusion veil attached and centered with a small girl MAN. Adv.
to a satin bow to match- doll standing on a silver lined The vo-tech center exhibit won first place In the Junior _"" _i' .,.- "" ___',.J'I.'! ........._' -....... ...... ---_._-- ------------ _. --
t her fcown. She carried a white cloud looking up as if dreamIng ;: ;rii ::112: ; \ ..1 ,.., w,'"
satin covered Bible topped with of becoming a Strawberry Education Division.
lilies-of-the valley double orchids Queen.
and white satin stream- Strawberry short cake and FAIR WINNERS- LADIES FUSSYBLOUSES f.i i
ers: tier only ornament was a coffee were served.
Single strand of pearls.A Special tables were set up
Fruits- Mrs. M.L. Tyus
reception followed the wed- for the Judges to hold inter- Lola Johnson fig; Miss Della
views. peaches; Mrs. E.M. Norton, Rosenberg, blueberries. Ifs
dins ''Tie bride's table was
blackberries and Mrs. Anne
Marmalades & Jams !Mrp
Hostesses for the occasion
covered with a white lace cloth
Mrs. John Green, pears. Elvira DeVoe. pear; Mrs. El- .
were i
over; blue and was centered Sanders Mrs.
PicklesMrs.. M.L.
with'a! four-tiered wedding cake Hazel Ditch and Mrs. Bill Tyus. vira DeVoe, peach; Mrs Lola
pickle peaches Mrs. Ben Baker ) blend in
with Chambers. ; Johnson, calamondln, Becky Polyester/cotton long
a satin ribbon stairway Open Mon thru Thru .
cucumber pickles; Mrs. Jones to
leading to the miniature bride peach jam. & short sleeve styles. Colorful -
and ;19room on top. The cake Auxiliary NoticeThe Ben Mrs. Baker Ben ,Baker green, watermelon tomatoes; 6 p.m. Fri., Sot. 9 to 7 p. m. solids In 30-38,

was I decorated with blue ros- pickles Mrs. Rex Anderson, JellyMrs.. M.L. Tyus, may- St
es and white flowers with pearl haw jelly; Mrs. Den Baker, Open Sunday Afternoons
bread and butter
pickles Mrs.
centers. KIngsley Lake Volunteer ; blackberry; Mrs. Ben Baker Our Reg.
E.M. Norton, sweet and sour
Mrs. Harold Dranham pre- Fire Department Auxiliary will grape; Mrs. Lola Johnson, $3.99
cucumbers and Mrs. Anne
sided at the punch bowl and meet Monday April 12. at 7:30: Green pickled okra. plum; Mrs. Lola Johnson ap $355
p.m. at the fire station. & $4.99LADIES
Mrs. S.J. Osteen served the Whole PeppersMrs.. A. ple.Specialty
cake. Russell Breads- Miss Dawn
Norman pickled pep-
Among the out of town guests Llr Ing Plants for Euler.( pers; Mrs. Betty Edwards tomato Lamb brownies; Mrs. Lucille PANTYHOSE
were Mrs! Davis and Mrs. Mattie Lilies/. IIydntnfff> -Glnlm... peppers. Godwin, pumpkin bread, and
Crawfprd of Gainesville. Many others. Roller's JIf-. PreservesMrs.. M.L. Tyus, Mrs. J.L. Andrews banana nut REVERSIBLE
Following! a wedding trip to cross from Food ..Pie. strawberry preserves; Mrs.Zb't cake.11m \ ,.
Fort Myers Mrs. Ranke is ,
now residing at Whitehead n/:'. "'" !.......JO 1'.; "','''':'<1'' "!'_'':;,r.'''''''''.. Panty & sheer stocking n SCOOTER SKIRTS .'
Trailer Park on Road 230A in all In one Micro mesh -d
Starke. Chief Ranke after servIng with nude heel Fashion
17 years with the Navy, .i shades In s-a-t-xt. Solid to denim print!
Is now stationed at Orlando (-. e Easy care wash n' wear

Training Center In Orlando. ...." '.-' ..., Our Reg. $1.00 & $1.29 in misses 6 to 16.
"5" '

?!j-= NYLON HOSE 5ge fs., Our
HardyWigginsWfdding CARPS has 1 size stretch 9 to 11. Reg. $ 1I100

Date Set OUR LOW PRICE = $4.99 Ay'a

your flattering
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bernard
Hardy of Macon, Ga. announce '
ther engagement and approachIng style & shade.
;marriage of their daughter a
,, Lynda Faye, to David Eugene LADIES
.Wiggins, son of Mr. and
One Wiggins of Starke. Wash n wear PANT
The wedding will take place SUITS
June 19 tt 4 at the Mabel
White Baptist Church In Macon it. at our & PANT SETS LADIES DRESS
witty a reception in the church
fellowship hall. '- G HEELS
Miss Hardy will graduate In flatteringlow YOUR CHOICE
May from Georgia State University OURQ
with a 13A degree In Bonded acetate SALE e7e7-$699
Elementary Education.Mr. price. in long sleeve, PRICE t-
Wiggins has a BS degreein sleeveless &
Art Education from ISU short sleeve $300OUR Easterstyleslnwhite
and Is employed by the Fulton
County School system in Atlanta styles. Colorful navy In5-10.

Ca. The temptress exquisitely stripes, solids & GIRLS DRESS
;,The couple will teach school fashioned, of 10O'% Dynel patterns In jrs.,
I in Palmetto, Fulton County. holds ,its lovely look & pretty misses & SALE PRICE SHOES
J womens.EASTER
CaJ J. \
Set' F+r .
1 s v>x Crinkle I I look I in8'/j-3.5-8.

Wash it)Wear,it'' change PURSES
Williams-Kelly styles with lust| a swirl of $349. $399Soft
your brush!Choose one to \ crinkle patent in tote or
Engagement Told match your own color. ,.a frame tailored styles. Black, Our Sale Price
second (for a daring new YOU! bone, & white. ;

Mt and Mrs. John Randle OUR LOW ;
Williams of Brooker announce OUR --

the engagement of their daughter REG. $1200 PRICE $499PREEASTER
; I Katharine Roxann, to Jerome $16.88S
Hoi Us Kelley, son of Mr. r
and Mrs.Doris Kelley and Clyde MENS DRESS'SHIRTS
Kelley of Brooker.
Miss Williams will graduate 'J' .
from Bradford High School !In ,. -

June.BUS 1964 Kelley and graduated Is attending ;r; Perm press 2 Our
from $ 0 0
-J tile University of Florida. 'I00o nylon 3 Reg.

June The will take place Cyr Ayr h;J DRESS I SALE tricot in For* $1.99 \ ( h 1

short sleeve style.Asst.colors In t4' -17,


'Winners Named GIRLS DRESSES I
Solids, denims & KNIT SHIRTS

J fancies In asst, Our
:Mr. and Mrs. John Musso 3 $4
line were winning couple at 1 colors. Also new 87' RegTo

Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night 1000. $1 $2.49, -
where there were five tables .ily polyester. ,

Out Reg. Our Reg.
la play. ._ Add a bit of excitement <. .< I S6 99 & 8.16r'Yottt
Mrs. Joe Wilson and T.A. to your hie' lCO"b dynel! '
Suodem were second; Jim Cur- ,..ready for daytimeor V/.99
Ington and Curtis Sanders were evening, wear Choose
third and Rev. and Mrs. John the color that excites
fJ1M were fourth. you' Gi \
...Trie club meets every Tuesday / and, you
night at 7:39 p.m. at the CARP'S

ter.WHAT'S Pratt. Street Recreation Cen- 29.90 sea oua $2000 can charge it CHARGE

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I I i P le $611 / now !i i $7,000 Crosby Mark Cemetery; Well Being Drilled 'I IThe I..

.1 Crosby Lake Cemetery ville; Miss Louise Floreus St. Gregory, Mrs. W.H. Nollman,
Improvement Fund has passedthe Augustine; Miss Inez Sparkman, Mrs. H.M. Hlcharde. Mrs. Lou- v
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooperhad Bill and Elaine Godfrey
as Sunday afternoonguesta Alken, S.C. are spending this Sr., treasurer announced yes- Worthington Springs; Les and Mrs. Amy Prandl, all, of
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Andersonof week with their grandparents terday. and Mary Ella Hardee Hampton Starke.
Lake City; and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones, In Contributions are being Va.; Robert V. Turner Persons wishing to contribute
Alex Perryman of Gainesville. Starke and with Mr. and Mrs. placed In a trust fund for per- Ralford; and Mrs. Lillian F'lo- to the cemetery fund may mall
R.A. Green Jr. In Gainesville.Mr. petual maintenance of the cemetery reus, Jacksonville.Mrs. donations to P.O. Box 368,

Mr. and Mrs. Marley GrUfla New Arrivals Mr. Thomas said and It Joanne Hurst, Mrs. Starke Fla. Op00 IDa
and family of Lake Butler were and Mrs. W.W. Hood Is hoped that a goal of at Myrtle Anderson Mrs. Olive a
last Tuesday dinner guests of will spend theo weekend with least $20,000 can be reached.

Mr. and Mrs. C.L Cooper.Mr. their son and daughter-in-law With this amount In the trust
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hood fund, it Is believed that Interest -
and Mrs. Vernon Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Paul Landry and daughter In Charleston, S. from the fund will main- House Packed
and family were In Gun- Starke announce the birth ofa C. and also visit the ornamental tain the cemetery without the

tersvllle) Ala. Thursday to son, Ritchie Shane, on Feb.28 gardens. necessity; of withdrawals from
Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. In Alachua General Hospital. the principal amount. Thus a
Glen Reddish. Maternal grandparents are Mr. Living plants for Easier. perpetual maintenance fund for AtTalentShowA
and Mrs. C. Marks Bitch Lilies, Hydrangeas Gloxlmaa. the cemetery will be provided.A I

Mrs. Dewey Warren of Way- Many others. Roller's Nursery four-Inch well has been
cross, Ga. Is visiting her mother Bradford County; Hospital announces cross from Food Fair. drilled at the cemetery anda the Middle Division.
Mrs. J.S. Sapp, from the following births: pump will be Installed with- local folk singing group
Mary Ellen Baker who did
The Plainsmen, walked away a
It Is
Tuesday to Sunday. in the next few days.
Ricky Johns 01 tiowey-ln-the song and dance to the tune of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Allen planned to pipe water to varIous from the Talent Contest at the
Local admittances to Brad- Sellers Starke a son, Marty; Hills Academy I s home on two sections of the cemetery Bradford County; Fair winnerof "Leaving On A Jet Plane"won

ford County; Hospital this week Allen, April 3. weeks spring vacation.Mr. and construct a combined pump the Senior Division. first place In the Elemen-

Include: Reddish R. Andrews. and tool house as soon as funds "They turned In a great per- tary Division.)
Mrs. Ruth Johnson Mrs. Ora Mr. and Mrs. William Mc- and Mrs. Herb Herres are sufficient formance," according to Con- The talent show played to a

Starling, Albert Williams Albany Home, Hampton, a son, and family visited Mr.and Mrs. Contributors to the fund since test Chairman Richard Jockel. packed house Friday night In the
Frank Martlre Mrs. Pauline William Cecil, April 5. C.L. Moore In Cordele, Ga. the last published list are: Mrs. Benita Franklin's piano solo show arena at the fairgrounds

Tanner. John V. Grlftts Ronald from Tuesday to Thursday. Lois Adkins Pope, Norfolk,Va.; of "Love Theme For Romeo Jockel reported, making the
Davis and. Mrs. Mary Mr. and Mrs. Merle Leroy Dr. Clifford G. Blltch Talla- and Juliet" was termed a sup- contest a spectacular success. J
Packham Jr.. Citra a daughter Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Holton erior performance by Jockel Sernnrl
Louise Miller Starke; Har- hassee; Mrs. Fred Guy Boca wentptonthenPineoLevel
and Mr. and Mrs. Eston Jor- vision Dutter 2 Door
and was good enough to win Coupe
Amy Ellen April 5.
vey Finn, Melrose; Ivey II. dan visited Mr. and Mrs. R. Raton; 11.0. Bates Ill, Jackson-
Church) Youthaires
Wilson Davis youth
and Mrs. Mildred -
Whlddon In Tlfton, Ga. on
L. choir of the church
Waldo Mrs. Rejoyce led by Rev.
KittIes, Jack; Clark, Mrs. Alma Living Plants for Easier. Sunday. Family Night John Strickland. Third place AS LOW AS

Biggs and Mrs. Geraldine Lilies, Hydrangeas Gloxinia! Mrs. W.W. Hood was a guest School went to Sylvia Jackson, a sing-

Crawford Lawtey; Lemuel E. Many other Roller's Nursery place In the Middle
Baker Keystone Heights; Basil across from Food Fair. Mickler in 'Tallahassee last 52199

Roundtree, Hawthrone. Thursday to Saturday and attended For Class TripA Board group Division, the went Fabulous to a Four Melrose for

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs the annual Junior League their folkslngtng performance.
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper
of Orlando were weekend guests champagne brunch.
Members are vicki Tison,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Padgettand
of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sil- Is
family night supper
son, John, and Rev. and Laura Bnrbot Leon Duncan.
cox. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Peter- the Parent-Youth
Mrs. Denton Sumrall and son, of Sliver Springs Md. planned by Lawyer and Phillip Courtney. Third 1969 PLYMOUTH
son Organization of the BMS eighth
place went to Peggy Sue Allen
Austin, attended the homecoming
Mrs. Yvonne Jones of Gainesville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. finance
grade class to help
and Angle Gaffney for
dinner at First Baptist song
J.E.Denmark's II. Gibson this week. Mr. and
has Dr.
Joined their trip to Six Flags Over
and dance performance of
Church In Hampton Sunday. 4 DOOR HARD TOP
staff as hygenlst. Mrs. Gerry Gibson of Merritt
Georgia In Atlanta. NamedAttorney "Raindrops Falling On My
Mr. and Mrs. William Funk Island will Join the family over The supper will be Friday Head. V8 AUTO TRANS FACTORYAIR
Mrs. S.G. Denmark was visiting the weekend. '
April 16, from 5 to 7:30: p.m.
and children of Jacksonvillewere
Phillip Jones
Sue and won second
Miss Morris Mr
at the Starke Elementary :
Sunday guest of Mr. and and Mrs. Ben Saxon In Mel Larry Gibson was admittedto cafeteria. The menu will Include George Pierce was place in the Elementary Division COND. POWER STEERING -
Mrs. Carl Mathews. bourne the first of the week. Alachua General Hospital fried chicken baked voted as school board attor- claying the gulta r and singing -
Monday for observation and ney for the remainder of the Kathy Taylor took third VINYL TOP
beans, cole slaw home-made
Mrs. Glayds Weldon will have Misses Ginger Baldwin and treatment. current fiscal year. He Is to place with a piano solo.
her family home during the Mary Alice Sanders of Tilt French rolls and iced be tea or be present at all meetings, and First place winners won $25

weekend; Mr. and Mrs. Steve College spent the weekend with Archie Green of Chicago, ni. coffee.chased for Dinners takeout.All may. pur- to handle legal work for the prize money second place $15, 51975
Weldon of Maccleiiny Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. M.A. BaldwinJr. is visiting his mother Mrs. tickets for the Board at a salary of $100 and third place $10.
Mrs. J.R. Weldon of Jackson- L.J. Green this week. supper Tickets per month. Having an attorney Rev, Bob Burch, pastor of
will be sold in advance.
ville, Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Wel- present at meetings is a step the First Presbyterian Church,
don of Bushnell and Mr. and for adults are $1.50 and long discussed by the School master of All
J.C. Hobbs returned Monday Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis six was ceremonies.
tickets for chldren
Mrs. C.M. Patrick of West after five days in the Alachua and family of Ocala spent the and under $1.00. Ticket years Board. Pierce has acted as four judges were from Green Tune-Up Special
Florida and their are School Board counsel but
children. General Hospital. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. may be bought from the eighth only Cove Springs.
Paul Faulkner.
Kathy GUllngham of Tampais Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hobbs grade students or by contact- Bids on kitchen equipment, INCLUDES NEW SPARK PLUGS,
chairman Mrs. W.
ing ,
visiting her grandparents, supper data processing equipment, the
of Herbert Thomas and
Crystal River spent last daughter -
J. Frick at 964-6356.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale, this home economics project and POINTS CONDENSOR ADJUST
Friday and Saturday with their Mrs. J.W. McNeely and The supper will be followedby BMSSPELLING ,
week. parents Mr. and Mrs. J.C. daughter attended graduation reading project were openedat
the April edition of the CAR
the meeting, and the board B. SET TIMING
Hobbs and Mr. and Mrs. Albert exercises of the Highway Patrol "It's Academic" TV
Mr. and Mrs. P.B. Masseyof program voted to have all bids checked
Williams.Mr. Saturday in Tallahassee.Mr. at the Middle School from 7:30to
Columbus. Ga. Saturday and the best and lowest bid
were -
McNeely was a me'nber BEE
8:30 and an Open House In
and Sunday guests of Sen. and Mrs. R.O. Dansbyand of the class. The McNeelya the team: areas after the TV accepted for each. Three finalists from each ALL ALL
BUS and middle school
and Mrs. Charley Johns. Mrs. Rodney Hall and son are moving to Lakeland this program. In addition, the cho- Eleven allocated $500to team have been chosen to participate -
visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert week to make their home.WHAT'S ral activity; group will pre- students were In the BMS spellingbee

Living Plants for Easter. Suttle and daughter In Jack- sent music selections under West attend Palm the State Beach.Science The Board Fairin to be held on April 12. Va' S 0 6 CYL.
sonville Sunday. The finalists were able to
Lilies, Hydrangea, Gloxlmm. the direction of Mrs. William. resolution to be
passed a presented
Many other Jtc Hter'" Nursery, Wattenbarger for entertain- outspcll their classmates
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bar- ASK ANY SENIOR CLUB WO- ment. to each to compliment the team contest to reach the
across from Food Fair. rett and daughter; Mr. and MAN. Adv. them for work In their science final school competition. These 15.46 m 14.56
the local and
projects at regional -
Mrs. W.P. Barrett and Mrs.Alberta students are: Team 1- Briar

Leon Conner was admittedto Stroud and sons had Mrs. Mark Moody and The fairs.BUS student bl-raclal Patray, Lynn Pierce and Jay

Baptist Hospital last Thurs- dinner at the Sea Turtle Rest daughters spent the weekend Mrs. Ellen Prescott of Nashville committee, represented at the Godwin, Team 2Denise Grlf
day. aurant at Jacksonville Beach with Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Williams Term visited Mrs. J.H. tIe, Sherry Smith and Randy
the meeting by Greg Reddish
Tuesday night on Mrs. Barrett's Fields Team 3Sonja Biggs,
at Ormond Beach. Moseley the past ten days. Donna Prevail, and Jimmy Andrews 1970 DODGE DART
Pvt. David Corbin of Fort and Mrs. Stroud's birth David Gaines, and James Harmon -
recommended 14 adults
Jackson, S.C. was weekend days. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beam Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- for a bi-raclal committee: Joe Team 4Sheila Sapp,
guest of Rev. and Mrs. John of Melrose were Saturday dale and daughter Vicki. Barbara Fred Browning Rev. Eva Carter and Joe Stringer
Glssy, Donnie Neel,Joy Lathe 4 DOOR SEDAN 6 CYLINDER
Flynn. Friends of Mrs. J.E. Hardy visitors of Dr. and Mrs. A.J. Vallnskl. and Carol Blood- John Strickland, Mrs.Sue Winkler Team 5-
will regret to hear of the recent and Debbie Mitchell, Team 6-
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early death of her mother Mrs. Barry. worth Thursday are at spending Anastasia Tuesday State to George Reddish Pierce, Mrs. Shir- Sheila Starling, Donna Rlgdonand STD. TRANS (COLUM SHIFT)
ley Dolph Reddish
visited Mr. and Mrs. Amos Mattie L. Barry, of Brooker. VIckie Reddish.!
Park in St. .
Augustine.Mrs. Scott John
Olivia Snell Rev.
Van Sickel of school
Sanford In Tavares Saturdayto Mrs. Dale Winner of the spell-
Monday. Tommy and Leslie Johns of New Port Beach Calif is Daniel Bright, Willie Brown, Ing bee will go on to com- 51895
Jean Mundy of Rock Mrs. Maurice White, JessieJ.
Macclenny were Friday over- spending ten days with her pete In the county; bee on April -
Hill, S.C. Is visiting her mother Moore and Rev. Davis e
Mrs. N.K. Hurst and Mrs. night guests of their grand- sister. Mrs. George Anderson 15.
Mrs. W.B. Mundy from board approved the list.
Clyde Sinclair were In Douglas parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. They visited Mr. and Wednesday to Sunday. Guy Andrews whose termas
the weekend Hitch : in S t. STUDENT-FACULTY
Ga. over Mrs. R.L. Epperson >
a trustee for Santa Fe Jun-
visiting Dr. and Mrs. Dan Jar- Petersburg Wednesday and VOLLEYBALLA
ior College expires, was recommended
vine. Mrs. Sinclair also visi- Pat Casey and Mr. and Mrs. Thursday. Mrs. Van Sickel Is WHAT'S HOUSE AND BUGGY? by the Board for- student-faculty; volleyball DEMONSTRATORS
ted Mrs. George Griffith In Beryl Casey of Fort Myers also visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. ASK ANY SENIOR CLUB WO another term.In game was held last week at
Manchester, Ga. from Sundayto were weekend guests of Mr. J. Epperson. MAN. Adv. the BUS gym.
Wednesday. and Mrs. T.L. Casey. considering permanent The faculty team consistedof
housing for county; offices the Mrs. Korea Mrs.Shad, Mrs. 1971 Chrysler Newport
board voted to advertise the
Bunnell Mr. Snell. Mr Hop-
entire block containing the old wood, Mr. McKinney Mr. Hall,
courthouse building, where the Mr. Schneider and Mrs. Cline 4 DOOR SEDAN LOADED
county offices now are, for Included
bids. This way, they feel, they Beth Chapman participants, Dana Ilassfur'ier WITH EXTRAS INCLUDINGAIR

SPRING Al'R by ALONE t tt enough can determine to make if it they worthwhileto can get meld, DeWayne Donny Thomas Mosley, Benita Billy COND. STERO SYSTEM

t .T plan on another structure Franklin, Janice Davis, Joey
somewhere else probably the Crews Bobby Lewis, Shirley
present USO site across from Cain, Theresa Buckhalter and

Bradford High. Olan Jones. Mrs. !Dyal, physical -
A loan of $81,500 for BUS education teacher, actedas 1971 Satellite Custom
--N.O t tt "onstruction was okayed by the referee
t 3oard. In the budget originally
The faculty team won the first( 4
the loan was hoped not to be volleyball game but the stu-

necessary by additional state dent team took the second game
funds. These funds from the handily. INCLUDING AIR CONDITION

state, charted according to tax
t t tt assessments In various coun- MELODRAMA

ties, were nullified by the courts
Students In Team 6 presented -
last week Casey said.

An additional reading teacher Them a All.melodrama" to Teams, "Liberate 3, 4, 1971 Fury III
for second grade at Starke

t t tt ;Elementary: School was ap- S,Members and 6 last of week.the cast were: 4 DOOR SEDAN AIR

proved by the Board from April Karen Reddish. EdVafa..
12 through June. Four sec-
Out hn. l wMu.HI O.N,h.ltcmwtv / J x James Ionnan.Iarlen: : Thorn- COND. POWERING STEERING
: of OuMitv ManulMlutSleep a 1 ond-grade classes have 36 children -
ton, Dianne Gaskins, Denise
to each room with four & POWER DISE BRAKES
Turney, Jimmy GladwellJohnny -
in each at
t t tt sent. groups pre- ald Covington Wheeler,Diane Ricky Yawn Seize, Don-Don MANY OTHER EXTRAS

it up on the sumptuous new Spring your choice Leave was granted for per-
Air Back Supporter Mattress. Layers of sonnel for FEA convention, mil- na Wright, Jean Mhlffen, and

foam over exclusive Karr Innersprings twin or full size itary, maternity; professionaland Donna I'auley. -- -
cradle you to sleep Covered with luxur personal leave. Eight part- The group made their own
ious gold Damask, Puff-Dullted to foam a innerspring or foam rubber t time teachers were okayed for scenery. Benita Franklin, Doris SAVE On These!
t and "Health Center"construction pro 8950 the adult education program Lewis and Diane Nelson creat-
vides extra support where you need it mattrpjS: or box spring Laurie Martin was approvedto ed the sound effects for the

most. regular or extra length replace Janet Lloyd at Bradford play. Mrs. Trawick and Mr.
Middle School.Civitans McLeod directed the production SALESMENJIM
regular' or extra 'firm j
Available" in queen and king HIM


Service OfficerVarious COUNTY TELEGRAPH
t t tt Published every Thursday
of veteran's
phases at 139: W. Call Street
Pn a disability benefits and widow's STARKECHRYSLERPLYMOUTH
aaa tlf't 111+
1 p O f compensation were discussedby Slarke. Florida 32091

t r t tft Club. Local Crosbv Tuesday Service before morning.Office the Civitan AlbertE. Second SUrke class postage Florida paidat I

Veterans may contact Crosby
Subscription Rates: AUTHORIZED fe
at the new armory on Edwards DEALER
Road or at the American Legion In (trade area: $$.00 per Ii YtfW MOTORS CORPORATION

Hall on Tuesday eveningsor year; $i.75 "lx months
J at the Bradford Union Vo- Outside trade area: $$.30 U.S. 301 NOk 1 11 STARKE, FLA. |

...." 8L Pk..e t 1-un stark.. Tkrl/. Thursday cational-Technical evenings. Center on I per year; tt.OO six month i Phone 964.6600

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April $. 1971 TVIewranli: Pane/: 3


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r- w-- I SCLC Group Marches Through Starke .'

A group of 125-175 march-
er. who represented the South- :
4 s ern Christian Leadership Con-
ference marched through
Starke on their way to con- %
front Cov. Reubln Askew In

Mrt c Tallahassee on Sunday."Ain't .
gonna let nobody turn
__ me 'round, turn me 'round. S
Keep on walkln. keep on talk- s
In, marching down freedom
M rre lane," chanted the group which
was mostly Negro but which f t.1
included 16 whites who were ,
) '
The group was orderly' for I 1\ -1 ,

the duration of their stay In _..I --I,, i\ I l.


The poor people's marchers, ; "I. J
i as they called themselves, came i p. "I.r
l lI to Starke via US-301 from ,

Gainesville. They marched
t J north up Walnut Street, turned
onto Call Street, then onto Temple -
I Ave. where they were supposed
I to march down to Brad-
I w f ford High School and stage a

I Instead they turned from r
{ Temple Ave. onto Jackson
Street and marched to the City
Hall where they staged a speakIn -
I I on Thompson Street. Roy
I Mitchell a leader of the march
-- -- .- spoke to the assembled march-
ers and at the same time con-

Strawberry queen Ann. Terwillegor poses with first runn.r-up Roy Sand of fronted City Clerk Merrill Edwards Block power advocates march down call street I

Mocclenny, left, and second runner-up Pat Yarborough of Macclenny. Five of six with demands for more
Jobs In city hall and on city Overcome" and heard speeches marchers held a lengthy meet-
Bok.r County entires w.r. among 10 finalists in Saturday's Strawb.rry Qu..n I' work crews. from Mitchell,Herman Johnson -. "Nixon could draw us out of Ing In the RJE gymnasium

Beauty Pageant. From City Hall, the marchers and the Rev. James Or- Vietnam any day" Mitchell Thursday night. Approximately

continued south along ange, a SCLC field representative said $1,400 was raised to financethe
(IThompson Street, turned onto who is described by the In answer to a Telegraph re- poor people's march Chief
Call Street where they staged Starke Police Department as porter's questions Mitchell Fuqua said he was told.
a sit-down In front of Mitchell's a Black Muslim said he stands for "equitablerights"

Drug Store. Ten marchers Including They repeated demands at as opposed to "equal Living Plants far Easier.
Mitchell and Merman the courthouse for more blackson rights Llllrft, Hydrangeas Gloxima,
Johnson, president of the local the county payroll and In Equal means a person has Many others. Ro"ler'. Nursery,
Easter NAACP committee who was Jobs In the courthouse. the same rights as everyone across from Food Fair,
Nell1. And Activities From Big Taylor. Instrumental In getting the Mitchell, who Is coordinatorfor else. Mitchell said but "equit-

'marchers to come through minority affairs at the University able rights" means a person
THE RECREATION CENTER Egg Hunt Starke, went Inside and demanded of Florida, said the "gets all he needs."
(Con't from 1))
page to be served. group was asking for a $8,500 Mitchell said if he In
Set FridayThe Owner Lester Crews was out minimum wage for every Amerlcan. power In the United States were he iaira 100!

Edwards agreed for the countyto of town, but Druggist Jimmy would seize all property not .
have an easement to dig additional Smith offered to serve the group lie denfended Lt William L. being used "for the benefit
property; Edwards has at the counter from which all Calley Jr., convicted by an of poor people." 8 Mi. West Of Starke j f fOn >
had led off the stool seats have been removed. Army court marital trial
HURST two batters recently purchased and to have of The Interview ended
SHELL- GREEN'SBARBECUE Inning by reaching base safely. Annual Easter Egg Hunt the right to return to clean The group was denied serviceIn the Mal Lai massacre In Viet- however, when abruptly Mitchell State Road 100 j
UNDEFEATEDIN Cunningham collected 11 :will be held Friday, Awl! 9, the ditch out when necessary. the one booth In the store, nam. Mitchell said President found the didn't havea
REC SOFTBALL LOOP base hits with the top batters at 10.30; a.m., at Westslde Park Edwards has agreed to give which Police Chief Ken Fuqua Richard Nixon should be placedon tape recorder.reporter Discount LiquorSpecialS. !

being Gene Melvin, three-for- Athletic Field. the county a 50-foot right-of- said is reserved for elderly trial. According to Chief Ken Fuqua
First week of the Recreation three, Jim Duncan and Jim This park Is located West of way to widen the creek If the persons who wait on prescriptions. there about 50 -
were paid
Softball League play evidenced and Dale the Vo-Tech and Middle .
Watts two-for-three dirt dug out Is piled on his marchers who received $10 for
the fact that this Is Brown oneforone.The Schools. Entrance to the park side of the creek. The sit-down broke up when their work In Starke and another .
most probably the most balanced losing team had 10 base Is on Brownlee Road. The hunt Edwards and Attorney Gene Mitchell accompanied Deputy $10 for
league the program has hits and was led by Donnle is sponsored by the Starke .Shaw left the meeting to work Sheriff Dolph Reddish in his Diggs. ford State marching Prison the at the Hal-
same day.
ever seen.Only three-for-four. David Parks and Recreation patrol car to the county courthouse -
Bagwell's Department out details of the agreement.
said his
one team,HurstGreen'sBBQ Bennett and B.J. Sanford Edwards also asked the stat where Mitchell said he (From Page 1)) Fuqua from of Informationcame the march- Good Thru April 17 !
was undefeated after the were each two-for-four. The youngsters will be divided us of the two additional rail- called the FBI about the drug he some i
first week of play. Several of in'o three separate groups road culverts which the county store situation. Mitchell later era questioned during the FOUR ROSES
six hours of I
at BUS In the activity Starke.
the games were decided by a lIURST GREEN 17 to hunt eggs: Is trying to get the Southern laid a Federal suit will be accomplishment
single tally. ANDREWS DRUGS 7 (0)I) Toddlers thru age 4 Railway System to install under brought against Mitchell's. three years Dlggs has been Fuqual said about 600 persons Qt. $5.59
After having observed all the The League's only undefeated ((2) Ages 5, 6. and 7 the railroad at Sampson Marching once again down Drlncloal. Bloodworth said. "lie including some of the
teams In action we feel that team, Hurst ShellGreen'sBBQ (3) Ages 8 grade 5 Canal. That project affects the Temple Avenue (US-301)) the has demanded a standard of
four of the six league teams broke open what Two prizes will be awardedto entire Alligator Creek and Row- group stopped at Bradford High performance of students" he CANADIANMACNAUGHTON

are definitely in the race for was a close ball game until the lucky finders of the ell, Crosby, and Sampson Lake School, lining up across the added.
the championship and we are the fifth Inning and won it via special eggs In each group.In drainage problem. street. Several marchers, Including Bloodworth said he is dis- New Location. .. N
not counting out the other two the 10 run rule 17-7. of Incllmate Hamilton replied the county former Prison Inmate turbed by rumors "flying around" -
case wea-
teams as they will improve.* Andrews had scored four runs ther the hunt will be held Saturday Is still answering letters back John Ricardo, enticed studentsto about Diggs. lie recom- GLOVER Qt. $5.59
Before the s'chedule Is played In the top of the first Inning April 10. and forth with the railroads join the march. mended that Diggs' contractbe
there will be no "patsies" for* but Hurst Shell-Green's BBQ engineers In Atlanta. He said About 50 to 75 Negro stu- renewed and that the BHS TOM MORE 86 .
any team, says Rec Director then scored six in their half the county has complied with dents and three white students principal "not be subjected to" ELECTRIC
Gene Rayburn. of that same Inning. Going into all the railroad's requests and ran into the street and Joinedthe further public condemnation. Qt. S4.79
the bottom of the fifth Inning said he hopes for an early marchers who then proceeded "He's done one heck of a COMPLETE:\
THURSDAY, APRIL I, ACTION Andrews trailed only 10-7.Then start.In to the county courthouse.The good Job," Bloodworth concluded. REPAIR SERVICE RELSKA VODKA 80 I
: His remarks drew roundof
BUS students free
the roof caved In as the winning WIRING HEATING
CUNNINGHAM GULF 7 team came up with seven runs since they were on their lunch applause from the audience. Qt. $4.79
WILLIAMS COMMUNITY 6 Mrs. Seaman, In brief remarks -
to put the game away. other action, the Board: period.
Cunningham Gulf was Involved Hurst Shell-Green's BBQ out- led the Gulf team each going -Was given a report on the Principal Ralph Dlggs praised said her science department To 314 N. '!Watch For Our
In it's second consecutive decided hit Andrews 15-7, and were two-for-three. No member of RAFCO development on SR- the orderly behavior of the teachers are in Walnut 2t Hrs.Phone. c I
by a single rum. paced byJohnny Powell's three- the losing team had more than '100 by Herb Thomas, who said students who watched the pro- "wholehearted support of ( 961.. 83!) Special:: Each K .
However, this game found the for-three, Doug Brown's three- one hit. the county has completed its cession from the school yard. Diggs." She added the "great
Gulf team on the advantageous for-four and two-for-three performances drainage work there. Thomas RIcardo tried to pass himself majority" of the entire BUS
side of the score, downing the by Richard Wainwright HURST GREEN 16 thanked the county for Its help. at the school as a Uni- faculty\ supports Diggs. p -- -
Jewelry-Bank team 7-6. and Doug Conner. Joey FIRST BAPTIST 6 -Gave CD Director Frank versity of Florida history pro- Rev. Odom read a letterstatIng -
The Gulf team took an early ampler was two-for-three for Hurst ShellGreen's BBQ Williams permission to attend fessor. But when asked his name that Grace Baptist Church o City Msk&Mai
2-0 lead but after five and one Andrews. team established itself as the a Governor's Disaster SeminarIn he would not answer. bAd in a business meeting,
half. Innings found themselvesdown team to beat, winning Its third Gainesville April 22. The marchers then gathered agreed to support the reten-
8-2. In the bottom of the FRIDAY APRIL 2 ACTION consecutive game of the week -Accepted an agreement with at the courthouse where they tion of Dlggs on the groundshe
sixth Cunningham put togethersix CUNNINGHAM GULF 8 and their second straight via Owens-Illinois Timber Co. for bathed their feet In the pool has been Instrumental In Market I
hits to push across five INDEPENDENTS 5 the 10 run rule, taking First five acres of land on SR229on and demanded a confrontationwith creating a more Christian atmosphere -
runs and took a 7-6 lead Then Cunningham Gulf picked up Baptist Church 16-6. Brownlee Road near Pal- Clerk Gib Brown. Brown at the school.

Gulf managed to cut off a It's second straight victory, The league's best hitting team ford for a land fill. Sanitarian was at lunch and while they The meeting was moved to I 807 E. Itlt4)1V!!'\I.CE ST. ,1''?'. 961,I.X077 $
seventh inning threat of Williams this one at the expense of the to date had little trouble with Jack Trawick said O-I has used waited the marchers ate lunchon the courtroom In the old coun-

Jewelry-Community Independents, a team that had the church team as they outhlt its own equipment to clean up the courthouse lawn ty courthouse due to the num- Ernest and Opal Allen
Bank by pulling off a double won both of It's previous two them U-9. Mark Graudons was the volunteer dump at the site Using the period to good advantage ber of people present. Tues ff A.
play and throwing out a runner starts. the game's top hitter going before turning it over to the the marchers held a day's audience Included Diggs, Y
at third base after the first The Independents battled Cunningham two-for-three while Johnny county. Chairman Dave Shuford preach-In sang "We Shall several BHS personnel,and four H

all the way and It was Powell and Richard Walnwrtght appointed Commissioners students. I
anybody's game until the last went two-for-four. Ralph Bryan and Zedra Hamilton Thompson's resolution adopted SU I
This and Trawlck to with by the school board, In Its ,
I out was recorded. After three team In three games meet .
J &S Innings the score was dead- have now scored 44 runs while Union County officials to work entirety, states: .

BarBQuePitYour locked at three all. but after recording 47 base hits which out an agreement to maintainthe I
five Innings Cunningham en- Is by far the most productive dump. Wrecks. RESOLUTION
Hosts Joyed an 8-4 lead and allowed In the league. "Whereas, the Bradford I
JOHN & SARAH REID Independents only one more County Board of Public Instruction
IS NOW OPEN score to win It 8-5. Pageant. (From Page J 1)) being cognizant of the fact II
BAR.B.QUE Cunningham could muster TEAM STANDINGS that Ralph Dlggs, Principal of
only nine base hits off the THRU APRIL Bradford High School has dis-
nits.Is 6 Our Business pitching of Charles Lundy,however 2 (From Page 1)) trol.The accident occured at about charged his duties In a man- BEEF SALE
a.m. 10 p.m. the Independent worn' 2:30: a.m. Sunday.In ner consistent with the Board'sphfloaophy I

The Finest Pit in Fla. only allowed five safetiesoff Anne has entered. The ne& other mishaps over the and in a competentway

Call 782-3717 For TakeOut the pitching of Gene Ray- TEAM W L queen Is 5'6" tall and weights weekend two cars received that has built community; u. S. GOOD
Orders burn and some verv fine defensive HURST-GREEN{ 3 0 117 pounds. She wore a !tennis minor damage In a mishap one good will and especially cohesiveness -

Located On 301 plays by the Gulf Team. INDEPENDENTS 2 1 outfit In one preliminary appearance mile outside StarkeonSR-IOOA. between studentsand I
the administration that Is
Ray Grtffls and Dale Brown CUNNINGHAM G. 2 1 and a long flowing 8:30: Sunday night. CHUCK
Lawtey Fla. ROAST
conducive to a tearing envir-
ANDREWS According to the Florida
1 1 gown in her final appearance
WILLIAMS-C.MANK 2 !9) before the Judges.A Highway Patrol, John Henry onment. LB. 69
Hudson of Starke was travel- "Whereas the Board is aware
FIRST BAPTIST 0 3 senior at Bradford High CHUCK
that the rapport between the STEAK
School Anne plans to attend ing east on SR-100 at 25 miles
5er\'ln? Florida WILLIAMS-C.B. said and the
0 2 Principal Superin-
Wesleyan College in per hour In a 1964 Ford Sedan
t Since 1950Creeling ; ( A 1962 Chevrolet Sedan tendent is not as desired and
Ga. next fall. She
wants to it is the Board's belief that *
driven by W111I Kate Johnson. RIB STEAK 50
help handicapped children and IB.
orida SCHEDULE the Superintendent will not recommend -
t 'i dentine, JIm [ will study education Starke crossed the center line
Thursday, April 8. 7:30 said Principal for future -
: p.m., At BHS she Is and collided with the Hudson
.....................1P....... Independents vs Andrews; 9 the French Club and president has taken of vehicle's right front fender. tenure #

p.m., Williams Jewelry two years of French and four No one was injured, but the "Therefore the Bradford BRISKET STEW IB ,
County Board of Instruc- -
Comm. Bank vs Hurst ShellGreen' of Spanish. She was a cheer- Hudson car received an esti-
Mrs. mated $350 damage and the tion, by this Resolution, gives
Carolyn' Cordially BBQ. leader for three years and a
7I,1, Public Notice to Superintendent *
Eaves, Friday, April 9 7:30: p.m., member of the Homecoming Johnson car $250. Fresh Beef Tongue. 39
\i& r Welcomes First Baptist ,vs. Cunningham Queen's Court last fall. She Will! Kate Johnson was of said district that cause has ,
Representative not been shown for dismissal
9 tun.. Williams Is a member of the LittleWoman' charged with improper lane usage -
Ph. 961-3812 liX Jewelry and driving without a driver of Ralph Dlggs: and said Board
You and Your Comm. Bank vs independents Club. $
122 N. Bay St. Family to ,Your Anne likes tennis, skiing, license.In will sel to collaborate reject any with recommendation legal coun-- fresh Beef Tripe 3 Ibs. 1.OO : I

Starke New Home Tuesday April 137:30: p.m., golf, and can make her own another wreck Sunday night, for replacement of Bradford A I
Andrews vs First Bapt.; 9 p.m. clothes. two cars received minor dam-
High School Principal at
Hurst Shell Green's BBQ vs The Starke Ladies Golf Association age at the Intersection of SR-
least three times and author Fresh Ground 49
h The State' ot Florida Cunningham Gulf. sponsored the new 230 According and Water to Street.the Starke Police ity invested Florida School Beef 3 Ibs. -

Itft", Our Desire WOMEN'S SOFTBALL Miss Tenrlllcgar takes the Department David S. Sel- Boards, more particularly by Smoked
to Make You Feel Welcome nnrK Florida Statutes, Chapter Picnics. .Lb. .
To DEADLINE SET strawberry title from Miss lers 18, Lawtey, had stoppedat .39c
Aaualnt You With Your 230.23 will flll aformentlonedposition
City. The deadline for entry Into Mary Ann Barton of Keystone the red light on SR-230 In its t
the 1971 Women's Softball Heights and Jacksonville, the a 1966 Chevrolet two-door sedan filling same by with Ralph own motion", Half Whole-Sides
.f I If you are new In the area,,a phone League has been set for Moo- 1970 queen. when a 1965 Chevrolet' sedan Smoked Bacon .
day April 19. at whch time all Th. beauty pageant played to driven by Charles Edward Lb. 39c
call will bring you a prompt visit teams desiring to enter the a Jam packed house In the show Wilkerson, 28, Starke, skidded .1
league must pay their entry arena at the fairgrounds\ Attendance Into him.Charles. White Bacon. LbI .
(from :.jtiur local hoMens. please give fee of 35. was estimated at 400, E. Wlikerson was It's when always a moving moment ..a.. .' .. .. ..:.39c
A meeting will be held that all that could squeeze Into the charged with falling to have some superstar of I
her a call! fire hasrmaps and many: night at tne recreation Department ., arena. Junior Woman's Club his vehicle under control and number sport quits Is and his Turkey Wings Lb. . .39c '
7:30 p.m. Anyone wishIng members said several hundred with causing an accident. A friend
free nd. w nderlul Rifts for leaves an office where he has
you more Information can contact persons were turned because the Wilkerson vehicle received Turkey Necks
away Lb.
froftCiocgl; .fa...... the Recreation Depaijtment. there wasnt enough $350 and the retiring worked: his 40 years coffee and they are A .. .29cat.
984-6792. room. Seller' vehicle $200. cup.
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gains .. Mrs. Eileen Phillips sailboat won a sweepstakes prize in I
tlVln arts & crafts.
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1 ...... &.L mile high strawberry cake,was hiving plant for E."er.
':n' 't, ;'. awarded a blue ribbon for the I.lllrn, hydrangeas Gtoxlrao. .
most unusual use of strawber- Many ntlirr RoMer' Nursery I

LA *' ",. ries in baked products. across from Food Fair
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for baked products In the Junior Division with a chocolat. c... J
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layer cone.Seven 4 V I,.,. ,: "" I; Anything goes.

sweepstakes winners edible except the handle. Mrs. +v a 'd ,:t'. ,I II II
were named from among hun- Smith said she planned to use I.
dreds of projects entered In the cake as an Easter decor- '*."" 1 And anythinggoes
the competition at the Brad- ation at home, but that It would .
ford County; Fair last week In not be good to eat after dry- with
arts and crafts, needlework, Ing out while on display. .. .. -
the foods department, and the Mrs. Kamllle Page, Lawtey This gaily decorated East.''r basket cak. won Mrs. Lindaes .. '.' .

youth Mrs.division.Linda Smith, Starke, won the sweepstakes Department in with the Needlework sev-- Smith, Stark, the sweep.tak: ribbon In the Foods Dept. fashion Craft.

won blue ribbon and the sweepstakes eral examples of her Japanese Ing. KIrby, a high school fresh-
prize In the Foods De- Bunka Embroidery, It took four man, used a pencil to sketch ARTS & CRAFTS f ft" "''T i i
partment for her Easter Bas weeks to sew one picture. The his picture, then went over Junior Division InHMioncralt / '
ket Cake. Side of the cake, stitches are so fine the fig- it with a pen and added de- Carol Darley, oil painting; 4High ,
made of sugar frosting looked ures appear painted. Alice Atwood, water color; Ca- K'.c .t. fcliij L
tail.Mrs. Mn' i i dr
I like the lattice work on a straw Mrs. Page says she Intendsto Eileen Phillips Starke rol Shering, pastel painting; < u -*-
basket. It took an entire day start a class In the bunda won a sweepstakes ribbon for Kirby Crosley, pen drawing; scnool 'freshman Kirby Crosley's pen drawing wona V vi- l
to prepare the flower decora- embroidery art In the near her novelty; ship. A black vel- Terry Fill, wood carving; Elaine sweepstakes ribbon in Arts & Crafts. (r -f c -, ,t'Eq"-.*yj2a
future. vet background contrasted with Nugent, doll sculpture; r
tions and animals. The second *> wt'lj-' 'I-H4. *-.2.2A
day Mrs. Smith baked the cake Two sweepstakes ribbons sails made by stretching white Richard Slade, moslac chicken well, 3-plece baby set; Mrs. B. Early S-plece linen lunch-
and decorated it. went to teenagers In the Youth thread in three dimensions and ; John Manning, gun rack; Bertha Pierce, afghan; Mrs. eon set; !Mrs. Louise Duck, '+*tio',/la' uvery
Everything on the cake was Dlvlson. Diane Yawn, daughterof attached by straight pins to Donna Keys, ceremlc boy and Lila Caldwell, vest; Mrs. Ber- queen bedwpread in linen; Mrs. \ 11'> "lemls" .Inn' 'oft
Judge and Mrs. T.A. Yawnof the backing. The ship itself girl, and Donna Keys, cera- tha Pierce, bedspread; Mrs. Nina Bryan, quilt top, !Mrs. "'I'i u'not. iint.,a,,nIras
Starke, won a baked choco- was red. mic urn. Elvira DeVoe, necklace and Barbara Hill, hand bog Mrs.\ $ I A 'rogilli
Maxville late layer cake for her sweepstakes Mrs. Ruby Dobbs of nalford ring; Mrs. Lucille Godwin, la- Marian Flnucan, tote bag; Mrs. 4 i""."g<.wii A'.hOO',per tori ,
prize. Patti Whitehead, also won a sweepstakes rib- ARTS & CRAFTS dies' street dress; Mrs. Lucille Elvira DeVoe, decorated pillow & ? .i I I l'.dO'I./i' ,/
Truck Stop andRestaurant daughter of Mr. and Mrs Cecil bon with a pair of ceramic Senior Division Godwin ladles' house ; Mrs. Kamllle Page, wall I *%tStan's IP.. y n"i '''lIhG'I
Whitehead, made a yellow quail. Dawn Lamb, pencil drawing; dress; Mrs. Lucille Godwin, hanging; Mrs. Elvira DeVoe, 1 il ,u.ii ,hwun,(, .
one-piece dress with the Blue ribbon winners by department Del Daugherty; wood carving; lady's slacks; Mrs. Eunice tatting; Mrs. K. Page needle- J "I' '
J& S ManagementOpen sleeves and hem embroideredIn were: Eileen Phillips, novelty; ship; Moncrlef, lady's skirt; Mrs. point picture; Mrs Mabel $17.99MATCHING
blue for her sweepstakes Elvira DeVoe, apron; Mrs. Lucille Green, crewel embroidery pic-
21 lire, ribbon. Godwin, lady's blouse; ture; Mrs. Elvira DeVoe,Swed- ,, .
Dally I' po. Three sweepstakes winners Mrs. Lucille Godwin, lady's ish woven vanity; set, and Mrs. ''I, I I''' ,'. .t '." HAND BAGS
Ample Parkin named in the huge Arts and coat; !Mrs Ben Baker pants Lola Johnson, man's tie, o
Visit Cur Gift Shop Crafts Department handled by suit; Mrs Lucille Godwin, lingerie w" $10.99
Call 280-5111 For Take Out Mrs. Georgia Ray burn. ; Mrs. !Marcia Sherwood FOODS DEPARTMENT
Young Kirby Crosley, son of ladles brief; !hire Lucille God- Vegetables-. Ben Baker
Jet. 301 & 223 Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Cros- win, child's slip; !Mrs Lucille mixed vegetables; BeckyJones. B Cor. walnut and Call alA
Maxville, Florida tf f ley of Starke, took one top Godwin, child's brief; Mrs B. tomatoes, and Mrs. Eunice ootery ...__ .. ..
prize with a detailed pen draw- Early linen tablecloth: ; Mrs. Moncrief, pole beans.

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FRI.-SAT. APRIL 9-10 ir .. \ ; ;. 1 I
His Hawaiian "

DOUBLE FEATURES 'Ii'irTh..xampl.s i=B".!.P7...;,:' I. Trip t.x .1''

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'i$ ..W/ : of Japan. Bunka embroidery won Mrs. '
Kamill. Page the sweepstakes prize in Needlework It tooka

BPE;, CER['BIBLE TRACY[ STANLEY tmttlufi"IT'S KRAMER..K..\ -ow/flf'QUIOU IE'Atiy!norlNl'! 'I!I month to make the picture at the right. 1 d l He Left A Quota I

SIO CAESAR JIM.IYOURAN7E.. E Pauline Grlffla, ceramic lamp; I
i FLORIDA Carol Bryant, ceramic tree;
Charles Mall, pen drawing; Ruby -
Dobbs, ceramic quail, and I
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DICK SHAWN Yvonne Pass water, ceremlc
Before His Return !

togetheY Sunday Showtime-Weekdays 3:00 Saturday 7:00 1:00: Baked, biscuits Junior products-;Education Kathy Denise Taylor Mersey -, I So You've Caught I
orrid ,
I corn meal muffins; Pam Tucker -
Toll House cookies; Sarah
1 l1g!, APRIL 9,10,11The win Norton, ,brownies Dixies;; Barbara Diane Yawn God- Us When We Can Let

...JPIIDWlY' chocolate layer cake; DenIse I ( )1 y I
MgM, ISION t METROCOlOR Mersey, love cake, and Tina
I I I Brown, fudge candy.

SUN.-MON. APRIL 11-12 1 1I Crawford Canned, lime PrlductsCharles pickles. I Our Prices Down I

DOUBLE FEATUREFED Home ImprovementsPatty

UP WITH THE LIES ABOUT THE THINGS bara Mullins Godwin, crewel, crewel picture picture; Bar-;

vniiNfilh 1 I 1 Pam Tucker, lap robe; Diane 1I I

I Yawn red ClothingBarbara&, blue blue dress Godwin; Bar-, 1I Look At The Selections : I ,

bara Godwin,green cotton ski rt,
t Kathy Taylor, yellow print
skirt; Kathy Taylor, 2-piece 1TERWILUGAQt
slack and vest; Ann Allen, cro- 62 New Cars
chet poncho, and Pam Tucker: I
Spy crochet vest.

Who MiscellaneousBarbara God- 21 New Trucks I
Came win, tea towel; Diane Yawn, = :
Out pillow cases; Diane Yawn, potholder
Diane Yawn, knit tote
Of The bag; :ally Meng, green dog; I
Diane Yawn knit scarf. 23 Used Cars
htIS Kitchen.AFREDERCK. ProjectCarol Dlggs, minIature I
carnation, and Sherry

Sapp, pecan YOUTH Senior board.Education DIVISION = Make Me An Offer While

(Vt f. Ia HET T Y F-'IC TLJFtE I ClothingPatti Whitehead, i

.HARD ROAO ''.......'"OCONNIC. NELSON M.Awit.,.. .,.,.ft.JOHN.. .ALDERMANATMtRINt ... BRISSON PRODUCTION Jr' one piece dress and. Kathy Is !
.,. HOWARD. I wwtnhtxlwM.C.AI. .O.f, l rt, O Faulkner party; dress.NEEDLEWORK The Boss Away I
M MHH I ::> tODi OAIISF A V nl LM fAtII..000CtON KCPtO" [G] SS COLOR by Deluxe* .

A.HIH An,Wwn.. .M TnMwH.MIM Mrs Evelyn Bradley, baby
LNMI pWt dress; Mrs. Lucille Godwin I '
I I girl's dress; Mrs. Lola John- I'
son, woman's sweater; Mrs.
II Eunice Moncrlef, man's sweater -
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:! r 'Ra Dwt wPwNi P I baby sweater booties; Mrs.; Mrs Bertha Lila Pierce Cald-, ___ _____ __ _____ I

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Runners Take TnMeeth

'7th In

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Jax Go Bradford's runner added another -' 120 Hit- 1) Andrews 15.4,
victory to their belt TINS 2)) Murphey 16.3.
day night In a warm up for the : 100 dashI) Douglas 10.1, :.

Bradford runners found It a ,1'i': .3 big Invitational meet here at i, 4) Lennon 10.8. .
home Friday. run3)) Outlaw 5:16.7
lot-tlxhgher! to place than In a Mile ,
The Tornadoes'88 point easily 4)) Hodges 5:19:
regular meet, but did score 24- .
out paced second place Live 3)
1/3: points to finish In seventh 440 dash2) Fill 54.2,
place In the tough Lee invitational Oak's 57. Third place Fernan- Clark 56.2, 4)) Flynn 56.4. :

Track Meet in Jacksonville .N,. .... ,; dim Beach grabbed 38 points. It 180 LIU J 1)) Andrews 22.2. :.
last Friday, Coach :" ... were down : .'
> .
..rn due to the weather, Coach .wr.,
George Loper said. ., k Loper said "exceptfor t
r George (?
Stanton took first place In Murphey and Douglas." : ).i MEN NEEDED

the meet with 57-1/2 points, Bradford swept the high Jump I 'In this area to train as
followed by Palatka South with event with Murphey' record

58-1/2 and flames with 55. Lee --. ". ,. ..'-'--- ....:... leap of 6'2" taking first place. \> LIVESTOCKBUYERS
with fourth total "It Murphey's best Jumpof ;
followed a place was ::: .
of 50 points. With two out, the bases loaded and a full count, this Bulldog goes down swinging the year and the top ClassA ,

Sixteen schools participated before the arm of Bradford pitcher Johnny Brown, ending the game. high Jump In the state" ; { :
In the big meet; all but four said Loper. Lj'.h" ; :

were Class AA schools. John Douglas anchored the LEARN TO BUY CATTLE, "

y"Most exciting race of the 880 relay team with a time HOGS AND SHEEP

day was the sprint medley,'' Tornado Nine of 21 flat but the team was o' 0010! birni.. !....*, leis nranehtl
Snaps Iran'
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Loper said. The BUS relay disqualified for going out of m.n 21 to' 55 with llxiloek. ..-
team of Vernon Barber, Levy Its lane during the baton ex- ; ) tmilinc. For ,loch, 'Iniorvlow, '..
Lennon John Douglas, and change. Douglas also ran a writ background, 'uo( forNATIONAL,phone, ddroto ana, '
Richard Fill took third place 4-Game StreakJohnny 31:7: in the Sprint Medley. MEAT PACKERS
with a 202.3: Losing "Our sweep in the high Tim Murphy eleert ,'2" 'in the. high lump. The jump was TRAINING
,"1t came right down to the Jump will certainly help us .
last two steps and really had come Friday" said Loper. the best this year for clett schools In the state. P, O Bai 1591 Oopl! '. MM..46 ..
"All' nl' Xorull
die crowd on its feet," the Friday is the 4th Annual Brad- .
BUS_ track coach said Brown did It all for second when McKInney over- BHS BOX SCORE ford Invitational Meet. Alreadyten
.'Anther heart stopper was \the Tornadoes Friday night, threw first base scoring Delp Green Cove Game teams have reported that BUS RESULTS

:ba mile. Mark Crawford Ben- as the Bradford nine ended a from second. AT II R they will be here and the coach Shot put4)) McClellan 3$'.
"We had
ty Clark, Vernon Barber, and 4 game losing streak with a base all day people long but staying we could-on Williams If 200 expects at least halt a dozen Discus2)) McClellan 107T". | A Sewing Machine?l!

Richard Fill nabbed fourth placeIn 4-0 victory over Live Oak. n't bring them In.," Allen said. Castlen, c 300L. ( .nore. Pole vault3)) Keys 9'6".
a close finish. Their 333.2 Their winning ways didn't con- "Our hitting didn't at all Brown 2b 2 I u "If the weather Is warm, High Jump-) Murphey 62': % .
time was their beat to date. tinue however as Saturday though. help Bennett, II 310 1 several Invitational records 2) Ricks 5'8", 3) Crawford TAKE A LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS .
Long Jumpers Malachi henry Green Cove shut out the Tornado "Our fielding is improving Johns, ss 310 1 should be broken." Loper said. 5'8". 4)) Henry 5'4".

John Hall Gray Flynn and nine 2-0. but in the past four games we-, McNeal Ib 390 "The team favored In the meet Mile relay-1)J BHS Burch,,
Tim Clark combined for a new "Brown won his own game" 've been in a hitting slump. Hazen 3b 200 would be PalaOia South but Paterson Fill) 3:37. $100.00 OFF The Nationally Adver- :
McGee p 210 Orange Park and Bradford will
BUS long Jump team recordof
Coach John Allen said. The At the first of the
74' 7-1/4." season, McKinney, p 2 U U be right in the thick of things Sp. Medley-J 1) BHS (Barber, :
ace right-hander hurled a one- we were averaging 10-11 hitsa McGovern ph I 0 0 "We Just hope that the com- Lennon Douglas Crawford)2-: Used Price Of Any Portable Zig Zag
"They are really coming a- hitter and knocked in the winning game. Now we are averag- Totals 05.6.
24 3 0 munity conies out and supports
long, Loper said. runs. ing 3.
the team." 220 dash2) Clark 24.6, 3)
John Douglas finished a strong Brown struck out eleven and Trials start a 3 p.m., pole Andrews 24.7. Any Portable Straight Stitch. PRICE
third In the 100-yard dash witha walked two while allowing only vault and high Jump finals at 880 run-1 1) Paterson 2:06.7: 1/2/ .
10-flat time. He also anchored one hit, a single. Hendrlcks, 6 p.m. and running event fl-'',. 2)) Burch 2:07.3.:
< the BHS half mile relay the Bulldog pitcher struck out nail at 7 p.m. Long Jump-J 1) Henry.19'19".
team which finished fifth nine and waked four, while giv- Two mile run 9: Hodges 11.- Your Choice Of Any 01 The Following :
in 1328. The team was Crawford -
four hits.
ing up 22. Name Brands .
,' Barber, Lennon and The game's only runs came :
Douglas. in the bottom of the fourth.
Jimmy Andrews tied the BUS Larry Brown and Ricky Brown PFAFF NEW HOME MORSE: :
record in the high hurdles witha lashed back-to-back singles. 21 TeamsIn Living Plants for Fwrter.Llllen .

14.7 while finishing third at Dean Johns followed with a Hydrangeas, Gloxima, NECCHI UNIVERSAL AND :
Lee.! Andrews should break the walk loading the bases. 'MLb $ : Many others Roller's Nursery! .
BUS I mark before the end of Johnny Brown then slammed Softball cross from food" Fair. NELCO WHITE OTHERS

the season the coach gays a triple scoring three runs. b ..::J
Buddy Paterson's 2:02.4 fora Brown later scored the games'
thrd place In the 880yardrun final run on a wild pitch by Trade Ins Accepted Any Console .

mendous"was termed by Coach"really Loper.tre-It Hendrlcks. 4 ''ItI TourneyThe ME FURNITURE r Or Desk y: Price }

was Paterson's best time to t .ti
Second Annual Starke Quality Home Furnishings
Burch seventhin
Donny the half mile in placed 2053.: AB II R Pre-Season Invitational Slow Custom DraperleH Also: Pfaff New Home Consew
Williams If 310 I Pitch Softball Tournament Islet :
"Everything Is rushing to an Castlen, 1 Carpeting i

exciting finish in the conference L. Brown If 321 200 1 Twenty-one April 15-18.teams will participate Interiors& by Victor DENNIS E. COGGINS; f fPflQNE
and boys are rightin
our Bennett, ss 1 0 I In the tourney to be 1600 Park Ave. Orange Park
the thick of It, say Coach Johns Ib 201 Westside Park and 2S4-9331 >f
played at >
of the annual Florida JM:1H ,
Loper M cNeal, 2b 300 BUS Field. The draw increased # {tii :: : ; :(:;:'kSr:(::::r'ivV/: :::: :: ::: :<::}:y:{
Star event scheduled soon. Or- Hazen
000 from 12 teams In 1970 to 21
Park and Palatka South
ange Melvin, rf 200
will be the teams to beat. this year.
Brown p
2 I I Teams participating In this
Totals':': M 1844 year's event are as follows:

Garden Restaurant, Lake City,
Jacksonville Merchants, Palat-
GREEN COVE SPRINGS ., ka, Gainesville Macclenny, HELP THE
S.C.L. of Jacksonville St. Au-
OutStarke's Peter Brown struck out 12,
gustine Lions Augustine
while hurling a three hitterIn
Moose Osteen Tampa Merchants -
leading Green Cove to a
x Dick's Lounge of St.
2-0 victory over Bradford base- 0
: Garden Restaurant
Thomasvllle Ga. Stru-
Pete ,
I traveled to Merritt Island April bailers Saturday. Jonice Murphy, a 12 year old from Avon Park, was the thers of St. Pete, Vero Beach

3 and Participated in the Danny McKinney struck out overall. youth champion her Sunday In the first Annual Ormond Beach Savannah, Ga.,

Invitational 2nd Annual Canaveral Seafood Seafoods Softball 10 for the Tornadoes while A.Q.H.A. Quarter Horse Show. Mobley of St. Pete Island Inn LUCILLE LOVELL
giving up 5 hits and walking of St. Pete Jerry's Cateringof
none. Brown walked three. Ft Lauderdale and Titus-
The local team ran into early Bradford now stands 4-7 in ville First National Bank. The
trouble dropping I Its opener. season play.According. Tourney will open Thursday
I After being placed in the losers to Coach Allen, April 15 at 7:43: p.m., with
Is SuccessBradford
bracket the team won
the difference In the game came First AQHA Lake City; meeting Jacksonville
Dne before being ellma-
game Merchants.The :
when Bradford committed four
'\ted In their, 3rd game. Garden will Palat
while Green Cove failed play FUND DRIVE
Garden met Jerry's Catering to make any. County's first annual were over Wi;:\ entries In the ka at 9 p.m. and Macclenny
I of Melbourne In the tourney American Quarter Horse show and over 100 horses from meets Gainesville at 10:15: p.m.
opener falling 10-3: to the Mel- Green Cove picked up one Association Show was haileda the state contended. The three games will be playedat
bourne team. Jerry's outhlt run in the first as John Ro- great success 4-11 supervisor "Purpose of the show was to Weatslde Park Thursday
Garden only 13-10: but made binson singled and scored off Bobby Taylor say I.Sunday's teach the 4-1! how to put ona night.
the most of their hits Ronnie a single by frank Puhl. Their show sponsored by show of this magnitude," Beginning with the 9:30: p.m.
Thomas 2-for-4 the only Gar second run came In the bottom the local 4-11'ers, lasted from Taylor said. "It was a learn- game Friday night games will OVER THE TOP !
den' player to get more than of the second off a Tor- 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and featured ing experience for the vnuth. be played in pairs, with one
one hit nado error. Jerry Delp had sin events from Youth HalterClas- "A registered show.( Is nota going at BUS Field and an-
i ii gled and been sacrificed to ses to Jack !I'ot Roping. There spectator sport but it does other at Westslde Park at the .
i attract people into the area. "
time. This is .'
--- '" same necessaryto
; "The local people who did complete the 42 games necessary ..................... :
flfi i. attend the
-r show, were really in the tournament, Roc
Impressed with the quality; of Director Gene Rayburn says.Starke's .
'- ',.' \the horses at the show."
i Garden Restaurantteam
won the pro-season tour-

f 6 Clubs ney here last year with Gaines BRING
ville coming in second. The

tourney this year will be much ,
rougher with almost double the
Enter Fair teams and the quality of play

expected to be much better, r
Horse ShowSix

"I', rw

: '
Riding Clubs from Dirval GolfersTo
I Bradford Union and Putnam
County attended the Annual
Horse Frolics sponsored by the Play InTourney
Bradford County Roping Club

and held In conjunction, with
the fair. TO i
t First place trophies were
presented to all blue ribbon
I winners and rosette ribbonsto Tee off time Is 8 a.m.
the first six places. "Dale Johns, Richard Roberts
/ and David McRae all
have a good chance of going FIRST
nold of Lake City D. VanLeuvan
, Young Steve Scrafford of Gainesville receive the chan ip ion ship trophy from Strow- was fourth and Skip Mur- on to the State Keese Tournament, '

1 berry Queen Ann Terwll Ugar and I.i congradulated by Tournament Chairman John ray of Jacksonville fifth\ Coach This Jerry past week the says.Torna- ,..'
Watson. A Starke golfer, Vernon Sil- .
does faced Green Cove and Mac-
cox won the Second Flight witha clenny in trl-match.Green Cove !
f 158 total score. Young Dale won the match with a 156 to- i
Johns and Dr. 11.11. Adams tal. .Bradford was second witha !

GainS esville You i Wins both in the of second Starke flight tied for sixth by 165 only total 3 strokes defeating Macclenny t NOW

Starke's Hal Seymour shota Dale Johns led the Tornadoes,
It l tra,rvberry Golf Tourney total 151 to win the First fl lag a three over par 39,
Flight by four strokes.Starke'sJohn Richard Roberta and David Mc-

Watson tournament chair Rae both had 41's for the after-
man, was fifth in first night noon while Terry Gains fired --...". .
Steve Scrafford's nearly 'Sunday. But Lester faded toa been playing hot golf this sea- with a 160.Local a 44. '-.'
shoulder length hair didn't bother 77 Sunday for a total scoreof son In area tournaments. He golfers Carl Minx, Bry- Cove Is the most .'
I him a bit, ss he fired a 69, 77146. recently fired< a 64 on the in Hamilton and Carl Lamar "Green In the conference oU orllla: :
steady 72. 73- 145 to win the Scrafford has been In the Gainesville Country Club Johns tied for third place In Improved team IIOI! :-tlalel.-eo..a)0/ 'It'
Strawberry Invitational Golf running two straight years In course to tie the course re- ;die Third Flight. Merrill Struth ," Coach Reese said 9n4mf-h..M Sttt, f e.
Tournament by one stroke last the Starke Golf and Country cord. was sixth Terry Gaines and "They lost the conference by CI_...w.,.
weekend over David Lester Club Invitational. lie tied for Starke's favorite Dish Bishop Bobby Biggs tied for seventh, only two strokes to Belles." e SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION d t tr
The Gainesville High School second place In 1970 then ended had putting troubles In the Ermle Jones was 15th andJack M C'1.. ', I .._ '" j ulee4 I
senior birdied the last three up having to settle for third Strawberry Tourney but firedan Hazen 15th. _ 4 ,;:)IoCW .. '.
hole. In a row to beat out place behind Lester after a eagle on number 14, the The Keystone Heights foursome Quality grades for beef meal t I M//M.wSMwMAwalksIwl.nar..a.rr :
Lester. A three-under-par 69 sudden death play off. longest hole on the Starke of pro Ed Rogers, II. in descending order of qualit)... e. .!;
Saturday gave Lester a three Lester came to Starke fresh course Bennett, D.C. Turner and Ed are prime choice, good, lUn '
stroke lead over the field going from a win in Palatfca's Azalea : Third place In the Championship Tonges won the pro-am tour- dard. commercial .utility,, "
Into the second 18 boles tournament Scrafford has Flight went to Jim.Ar- nament last Friday canner. A-"

Page 6 Teleg raph April, 1971

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F Sunrise ServiceAt Diggs: Offers Made, None Taken

raw Christian
fica tied Bradford High Principal: Its March meeting. Ben Mox- per, effective July 1. But Dlggs
Ralph Dlggs sold Wednesday ley, leader of the group said said he has signed no contract -
? Church Sunday morning he has been offered he understood that Supt. Casey with the Hamilton County
k employment In several school would not recommend Diggs be ; board, but did say Hamilton
Holy Week services will be systems but has not yetaccepted : retained at BUS.According County; approached him as far
Kc concluded on Good Friday,April an otter to Florida school back as two months ago about
Paul L. CrawfordPaul Mrs. Sara Oliver 2, with Rev. DeWitt T. Fara- Dlggs Is finishing Ma third law, Supt. Casey must recommend the Hamilton High principalship. -
bee, pastor of the First United year at Bradford High and Is to the School Board eight .
Lloyd Crawford 79, of Sara Frances Hamrlck Methodist Church, speaking on eligible to be placed on con weeks prior to the end of the Dlggs says he had been uttered -
Route 2, Starke died Monday Mrs. of St Simons Island, the topic, "The Risen Jesus tinuing contract for the 1971- school term the personnel he several other positions.
after an extended Illness. Born Oliver 29 Appears to Sau1rLuncheon 72 school term. If recommended recommends be re-employed. but has accepted none at this
March ,
Ca., died Monday
of Schools That date is April 21,
Is served by Superintendent
1 dally at date
In St Augustine on Sept. ,
In a Brunswick Ga. hospital
1891, he was a retired 12 noon !in the Methodist Fel Tom Casey. Casey told the School Board
and a Baptist. carpeoter after Mrs.a brief Oliver Illness.was the grand- lowship Hall, and the public, Casey has given the School earlier this month he heard N.o.?.....N..Xtel.elDIXIE .
Surviving his wife Mrs. 01 ail denominations. Is invited. Board no recommendation as Dlggs had a Job elsewhere
are daughter of the late N.R. and
Llnnle Mae Crawford,of Starke; Sarah Looney Hamrlck, of The annual Sunrise Service yet.A An article appeared In Monday's i 1
one daughter, ,Mre. Dorothy and the will be held at 7 ajn. Easter group of local citizens: pre : Jacksonville Times-Un
Starke granddaughterof
Sunday In the First Christian sented a petition asking that ion stating that Diggs will become
r Crawford, Lawtey three sons,
; the late George C. Looney,
Church with a message by Father Dlggs be retained as BUS principal the principal of Hamilton -
James E. Crawford, Klngsley
7i, Lake; Paul Lloyd Crawford, noted Georgia who at and one Florida time was educator James Cregan of St. Edward's to the School Board at County; High School in Jas- =POULTRY!=

,:w r. Lawtey; and Nell BUI Crawford, principal of the old Starke Catholic Church. Special .
Lake City; ; ; one sister, Mrs. Institute. Mrs. Oliver had lived music will be provided by New River WMU Brownie Troop

-- GUS KOPELOUSOS, fund" fch.irman I Eva Gnann, and,' Tampa 15 great-grand; 24 grandchildren on and St was Simons the widow for of 33 Thomas years, and the First an offering Baptist Church will be Choir taken To Elect Officers Visits Orange Park I f
tor relief work with
children. W, Oliver. She was a memberof .
The Week
Holy services
Funeral services were held the First Baptist Churchof are Mrs Robert Parham, Baptist Brownie troop 604 met .
'April Is Cancer Fund Month at 11 a.m. Thursday In the Union St Simons, a member of sponsored Alliance by the Starke Ministerial missionary to Nigeria, with their Friendship Troop .
Primitive Baptist Church with the Fort Frederica Chapter of Africa who Is In Gainesville
now from Orange Park Saturday i
of activities WILL BE
with number
[ a
I to help raise Bradford ;Elder Herman Moody. Elder DAR. and of the St Simons on furlough, will speakto morning and saw a play bj
County's Don Hazen, and Rev. Frank Woman's Club.Survivors women at the New River the Storv Book Players in .
| of 94.009.
; Jarvis officiating. Interment Include two sons, Baptist Association WMU meeting Orange Park. Afterwards a picnic .
Cue Kopelousos. chairman of was in Santa Fe Cemetery with T.W. Oliver, Jr., Fernandlna Coeducational dormitories at KIngsley Lake Baptist lunch was enjoyea.Accompaning : CLOSEDSATURDAYS :
[the fund-raising effort for DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Beach, and A.C. Oliver, St are being suggested BO the Church Thursday morning, the 14 attendingwere
I Bradford County; announces that In charge. Simons; three sisters, Mrs. boy and girl students can ex April 15, at 9:30: a.m. Annual Mrs. Kenneth Grlder, .
I a' television set will be given C.W. Denny, Savannah, Ga., change Ideas. We can Imagine election of officers Is ache Mrs. Charles Sawyer Mrs.
I away on April 3D, as a climax Robert C. GrooverRobert Mrs. W.H. Nollman Starke; one ol the coeds opening the duled for the business meeting Paul Canova and Mrs. Gary s: :
I to the drive, and the an- and Mrs. W.F. Swlnyer, Los dialogue with "What's the big before the missionary program. Stephens. .
noel Mothers March will also Gates, Calif. Also surviving Idea?" ieo.................
be held the last week in April C. Groover, 76, died are five grandchildren and three
with Father James Cregan Friday April 2, In Miami after greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
I as chairman. 1 an extended (Hosea. He services were held
was born In Union County; on at 11 a.m. Wednesday, March
Miss Lillian Stump and Brian Sept. 25, 1894, and had Uved 31, at the First Baptist Church PRESEASONr9l
I Hamilton are co-chairmen of Richard Jockel principal of In Miami for several years, of St Simons, with Rev. Gor
I solicitation In the business dis- the Bradford Middle School.Is where he was a retired po don Pittman officiating. Interment
Itrlct, and Mrs. MargaretDeSue director of the "Mouse to liceman. was In Christ Churchyard,
lls- In charge of the Mothers College" In the Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth with Miller & Sons Funeral
I March In the Reno section. schools, an annual feature of Groover, and one son, Home In charge of arrange
James Groover both manta
of Ml-
the fund-raising effort.
1' ami; five brothers,John Groover. -
Oak Ridge, Tenn.; JB
Groover, Trilby; J.R. Grooverand Mrs. Helen EwoudsMrs.

lr; ,R ., F.M. Groover, both of Dade I
City; ; and R.M. Groover Helen French Richard
, Mfr + Orange Park;four sisters Mrs. Ewouds died Saturday In a Jacksonville -
r rr' Eugene Crosby, Brooker; Mrs. nursing home at the
W.J. Pearson Key West; Mrs age of 102. She was the widow
wIr I.A. Mann Brooker; and Mrs. of John Ewouds.
r J.A. Williams, Hampton; two Mrs Ewouds was born on .
a grandchilren and four great Sept. 30, 1868 at Spring Hill
t grandchildren. Plantation, near Bland, In Ala-
Graveside[ services were held chua County; and was the daughter
at 3 p.m. Sunday In Dyal Cem- of the late Job Tison Rich on new Carrier air
etery under direction of De- ard and Helen Augusta Morgan
S i Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. Richard The family later
r'r moved to Starke, where Mrs.

r !My y Neighbors before Ewouds moving lived for to several Jacksonville years conditioning equipment

80 years ago She was a mem-
BRIAN HAMILTON LILLIAN STUM.J ._ ber of the Methodist Church. -
r III I II 11-
,. Assistant Business District Mrs. Ewouds is survived by I
? several nephews and nieces, Matching Cooling -
Tvl Including DeWitt C, Jones of Coil nl
LETTERS- Gainesville and Mrs. Annie
Richard Norman of Jackson
Lucille Lovell Day our faith / ville.
Dear Mr. Matthews: In humanity; has been renewed. Funeral services were held at
This Is such a wonderful thing 2 p.m. Monday In Glddens-
We would like to say thanks you folks are doing. Crifflth Southwest Chapel, followed i
' to the fine people of Starke, li by Interment In Ever- I
Florida. Sincerely, /f;: rM green Cemetery -J...
;We hear so much about the "Tranquillizing pills will =
ones who commit crimes that Evelyn and Jim Brununett Llvlnr Plants for Enter
you stop worrying
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But after visiting In Starke on Panama City; Fla. Inflation. Hut they've gone up Many other Hauler Noracrr, ; I IY 11111111))
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'' 92 No. 37 April 8, 1971 2nd Section

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The Swfttttt SlraicbfrrUt TAle SU ./ Neaten I


March Rains Edwards Wain wright Win Livestock Showcollected 1'- I II

Avg. 4.41 In. Young Zack Edwards, a vet- champion Hereford male at the a trophy given by Other blue ribbon winners pheasant and various breedsof _
eran showman, took most of Livestock show, and the reserve the Notary Club and $10 first In the livestock show were chickens.
at the Bradford champion Hereford male.
the honors The Herdsmen AwardIs Eddie Mott, Ewell Craft, John
Bradford County; received an County Fair's Livestock Show Dale Clemons showed the reserve -
female. given for the youth havingthe Clemons, Steve Gay, Andy Other blue ribbons winners
of rain
of 2,40 inches champion Angus
average last neatest stall at the fair. Harvey, Mike Peed, Woodrow for their poultry and rabbit I 5
relief 2 d
on April 4-5, bringing Walter revatt had the reserve
15-year-old Bradford GrlfQs, Oliver and Gary Pre- exhibits were Becky Harper,
from "a long dry spell." The three champion Angus male. Dale Clemons, brother to !
youth, times winner of vatt. Nick Harper, Joe Miller, John
50-year average for the monthof the Florida State Livestock Each of the above winners won John, took second place and Crawford, Greig Croft Larry ', A r a
April is 4.63 Inches. Show and Sale, took two animals blue ribbons for their animals. won $8, Andy Harvey was third Andrews, David Harper, Sandy
Nine woods fires were reported to the Bradford Fair last and won $6, Eddie Mott was POULTRY AND RABBITS Harper, Debbie Harper Andy
during the first five week. One was named grand Eddie Mott won second placeIn fourth, Itonald Wood was fifth, Clinton Sellers was the big Harvey, Hobby Wlnnlngham, _
days of the month, with a total champion.: Angus female and the the Showmanship Contest, and Jackie Marr wa s sixth, winner In the poultry and rabbit Dennis Rhoden, Randy Mlllkln, -7'.111 'r
of 39.4 acres burned. One and Andy Harley was third each winning $3. Prize money ,show at the fair lie took Clinton '
Millkln Cindy Seller exhibits that
Douglas Hryan, poultry division
other grand John Clemons swept at
fire, burning three acres, was champion Angus won the cove- was donated by Brown Refrigeration four blue ribbons and was named Victor Grills James Criffls;
male. ted Herdsmen Award given for the fair, winning him four blue ribbons and the sweepstakes I
Walnwrlght his
attributed to careless smoking! and sweepstakes winners with and Jimmy lIardenbrook
and the other eight fires were Zack also won the showman- the first time this year. He Farms. trophy.

classed incendiary. ship trophy, given for the first , ,
as .. -". '- --- .
time this year by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Edwards

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I With Miss America r EGGS and EASTER

Go Hand In Hand

... .. At The FairBy '

Danny Brown Despite her rigorous sched- Many of the booths presented 1 Y S
ule, Phyllis maintained a freshness the pretty Miss George gifts 4 To prepare eggs for dyeing.
"Here .he comes, Miss In her manner and seemed which aha happily accepted no r 7 first wipe the shells thoroughly -
America!" Interested In every part of the matter how big or small. Because with a moist cloth. Allowto
Those words teemed to take fair and the many booths. Phy- she has to travel light dry. Eggs may be dyed after -
on a little more meaning last llis went nut of her way to because of her rigorous schedule "hard-cooking"orthecon-
week as Phyllis George, the talk to all of the people In she asked that (the gifts tents of the raw egg may be
current Miss America, visited the many booths and always be mailed to her home In Denton r removed and the empty shells
the Bradford County Straw- accepted when asked to pose Texas. 1 (. dyed. .::
berry Festival and won the for a photograph.
heart of all who met her. Literally thousands of people & Easter Is the time when the
Phyllis sampled the delicious met Phyllis as she greeted egg is king. High In food val- Eggs dye best while hot. Use
Bradford County Strawberry the public from her special ue, easily digested and quickly a separate glass or paper cup
Everyone who met her said"Phyllis" Shortcake and even a buttered booth at the fair. She gave _kL prepared, eggs are one of for each color and be sure I :'.
(as she preferred corn on the cob. When asked every person she met an autographed our most popular of foods, a to prepare vegetable dye solutions ,
to be called!) was without a if the rich foods would harm picture of herself foods specialist with the Florida according to the man-
doubt the friendliest and the her waistline, she said It did and posed for hundreds of ho- Agriculture Extension Ser ufacturers directions.Immerse
prettiest Miss America to ever n't matter right then, she was tographers. With hundreds of vice says. eggs In solution and remove
visit the festival. having a good time. both amateur and professional with tongs.

Ever wonder where the leg-
end of the Eater egg originated Ears, hats, noses and eye-
? According to historians, brows add Individuality to your
it is thought to stem from the gayly colored eggs. One-ounce
a lforlal s Teutonic belief that through souffle cups provide bases that
some supernatural power a rab- are handy and can be decora- ..
bit could lay eggs on the night ted too. By all means, style
before the Spring festival. At your own Easter eggs to suit
sunrise the bunny would leavea your family.
collection of eggs at the feet
Cut The Fat Before
dding of Joyous children. TIPS FOR TIlE COOK

To hard-cook for dye-
New Or Higher TaxesAccording Sunoosedlv the original pur- Ing, warm them with runningtap
pose in coloring eggs was to water to prevent cracking,
imitate the brilliant hues that
then place the eggs In boiling
to a news dispatch, bud- ready authorized are not filled. came from the first flush of water. Simmer 20 minutes.
spring, says Mrs. Beth Walsh.In When done, under cold run-
get-writing legislators say photo by Danny's Photography)
northern Europe eggs were
ning water at once to stop
72 budget will be written as much Tallahassee political writer Everett dyed red for Thor and yellow
flash bulb popping In her CELEBRITIES MEET Miss America cooking action.
with a paring knife as with a pen. Wlllard asks a very natural question, for several hours Phyllis eyes still : Phyllis Gtorg.trl for Eostre the goddess who *Caution. .that greenish-

"If they can't fill 1,876 spots, why managed to smile her beauti- babysitting with Stark triplets, Jason, Jennifer, and lent her name to Easter black color comes from cook-
As the song-writer says "Seems do they need 926 more?" The pos- ful smile In every picture and Ing at too high a temperatureor

ito me I've heard that song before" sible savings are obvious he declares. greeted every person both young Jody Brown. In the early days of the cooking too long a time.
but while there's life there's hope, A figure of $8,000 would probably be and old as if he or she werea : Christian Church eggs were It is a chemical reaction between -
somewhat low for the long lost relative. colored red, denoting the blood the hydrogen sulflde gas
and this time. could it possiblybe as an average
From in the egg white and iron In
Starke, Phyllis left for of Christ. Medieval English folk
true they mean what they say? cost of salary, equipment, and sup the giant auto show in New used red, blue and violet dyes. the yolk. The flavor of the
plies for one position per year. "Evenat York this week and also appeared The Persians and Russians egg Is not changed by this
In the long run, doubtless the leg- that, cut 3.000 positions and there'sa on the Johnny Carson created elaborate works of art combination, but the color is.
islature will do both-- trim some savings of $24 million," Mr. Wil- Television Show Tuesday night. on the egg shell.It *Hard-cooked eggs will keep
for about 10 days, so they may
Bradford's will be the S.
lard only
fat AND add taxes-- but the difference says. be cooked several days before
county fair she visits
this time, according to Senate her busy during M pays to take care In selecting the Easter rush.
President Jerry Thomas is that the The second largest employer, the ica. year as Miss- Amer- eggs for dyeing, Mr. *The most common reason

fat-cutting session will come BEFOREnew Department of Transportation reported The appearance of Phyllis shell Walsh color says.Is important.Remember White, the for the egg not peeling easilyIs

taxes are passed to meet an inflated 673 vacancies in Its 10,112 authorized George at the Bradford County shells dye In clear bright col- Eggs that that the eggs have are been too stored fresh.

budget. positions. The Governor's budget recommends fair certainly helped make ors while brown shells are best for several days will usually
11,552 for 197172an increase the fair one of the beat ever suited for use with decals or peel easily. As eggs lose car-

Thomas says he wants a balanced of 1,440 over the current held here. transfers, or for decoratingwith bon dioxide, they become eas-

budget. Governor Askew's$1.44-billlon authorization, or 2,113 more than were Although Phyllis has left a fine brush or crayon. ier to peel when hard cooked.

spending proposal is $172 million out filled at the time of the report. Bradford County, she has left
her mark In the hearts of many ")-::::: >>' u :IW ;I:::.::" ::::::_;:;:::::: _:::::_::_:_
of balance, depending on a tax-reform Elimination of duplicative serviceswas persons she met. Because of

program to make up the difference. also viewed as an area of pos- this, Phyllis, unofficially: at }
sible savings. It was pointed out that least, has become a citizenof X 1t444go

Thomas said the Senate budget will the Agriculture Department has truck Bradford County. f b AJ (@ I

be figured without the proposed new cargo checking stations, and the Department $ .,

corporate income tax and predicted"it of Transportation has weigh- Mrs. Lee Named J a+ Ub!! 1' Cowtfnt: Ctuff3C4440eM4G&NX46M

may be one of the healthiest things ing stations, manned by Highway Patrol r ? _ss'S._u___uu...........n_. _e-/vw\AM'wMA..........WWM."'" ""' ''''''''' _-,,,,, '.0'--_-.""
that's happened to this state in a personnel, at the same pulloutson PostmasterAt *.ri

long time. Out of necessity, we'll interstate routes. The Public Ser- 1..14 Another first for our Ladles Steve Scrafford: of Gaines-

have to trim programs as they've vice Commission' ,. ,.. .. has. -' roaming. ,check- Lawtey Golf Association in sponsoringour ville Golf & Country Club, won
never been trimmed before. ers. lovely new Strawberry the 5th" Annual Strawberry Invitational -
%. .The appointment of ",Mrs.Jeanne _pauses for lome strawberry shortcak. Queen, Miss Anne Terwlllegar. Tournament last

This sounds like sweet music to The Highway Patrol and'the Department Lee aa'postmaster' Congratulations to the new weekend. Steve birdied the 16,

the ears of Florida taxpayers who of Law Enforcement were at week Lawtey by T.J.announced Coleman direc-this I Ii Ir Ir Queen Don't and forget her sponsors.the Easter Egg him 17 and a 18 final holes 73 Sunday for 145 to give for

have become frustrated and confused described as keeping duplicate recordson tor of the Atlanta Postal Ser ImmunizationFor 1111I Hunt this Sunday, April 11, at the tournament.
reading stories of waste and extravagancy stolen motor vehicles. The con- vice Region. 3 p.m. at the club for chil-

in federal, state, and local government sumer education services of the Agri- Prior to her appointment, Rubella)) dren from the cradle to ten
Mrs. Lee has served as Acting years old. Parents must accompany There were 105 participantsIn
the with culture Department were said to duplicate Successful HereDr.
\ on same page pre-
Postmaster of the Lawtey Post their small fry, and the tournament with sec-
dictions of the need for additional and those of the University of Office since March 1968.A bring a basket for each child. ond place going to David Les-
higher taxes to make the budgets bal- Florida Extension Service. certificate of appointmentwill Refreshments served after the ter of Melbourne, and third

ance. be presented to the new A.Y. Covington, Brad- hunt. place to Jim Arnold, Lake City.

The budget shows eight departments oostmaster by E.D. Huthmuice, ford County health officer, described .
Few taxpayers would complain if receiving funds for crime preventionand postal service fleer'for the as highly successfulthe First Flight winner: Hal !.e- '
Jacksonville area, In an open Immunization program for moor, SG&CC; 2nd, Jon I Ln-
they !know their money was being spent control programs, and five agen- )HOIIKB rnramnnv at the Ijtwtev Rubella (German measles) Club pro Herb Ilerres will yeart; and 3rd, J. Stanley. .
wisely and efficiently, but "taintfunny, cies have their fingers in the recrea- post office at 1 p.m. Friday. which has just been completed start a series of six lessons Second Flight winner: Vernon :
Magee" to dig down deeper to primea tion areas' pie.According The public is lulled to attend.In In Bradford County schools for the sons of members, age Sllcox, SG&CC; 2nd, Louis .
stream that's going down the drainof accordance with the new 7-18, starting Saturday, April Simonetta, U of 1'''; 3rd, Col.
merit selection procedures of i 17, at 9 a.m. A fee of SOt waste and duplication of services. to Willard, Director Ches- Dr. Covington said the coun-
the Postal Reorganization Act, per person will be charged for Third Flight winner: Sam
ter Blakemore of the Department of ty has a 907 population In thei
balls. Zack Jacksomllle 2nd L,
Mrs. Lee was nominated for' range ; ,
For Instance House Appropriations General Services "got a little unhappy" i to 4-year age bracket, and
a the Postmaster General. that 428 Murray; 3rd (tie) Carl Johns,
Committee subcommittee has with the sub-committee over the pro- Under the new regulations, this were Carl Minx, Brian Hamilton.
given to or 47,2%
been studying current budget requestsfor posal to reduce the size of the Cabinet'sair the appointment is not subjectto This is one of group the highest In Harold (IMsh) Bishop eagled
the next fiscal year with a view force from eight planes to three. Senate confirmation. the state for this age group. For members' wives and lady 14.
Mrs. Lee, the wife of RobertE. members, Herb will start a The 5th Annual Strawberry
toward finding out why additional positions "A pitch by Blakemore to the Joint series of six lessons Tuesday
Lee of Lawtey was born r 1 ,x Pro-Am was played April 2
are being requested by depart- Senate-House Management Committee in New Castle, Pa. She is a The has -"----.---- April 20, at 9:30: a.m. $1 fee with 22 teams participating.
county population
ments that aren't even filling all the several months ago that legislatorsbe graduate of Landon High Schoolin of 1,700 In the 5 a through 10- 1- per person for range balls Ed Rogers, Keystone, pro-

Jobs they already have budgeted.The authorized to use pool planes was Jacksonville, and attended year age bracket, and 1,460Im team winners: H. Bennett D.
rejected because records showed com- Jones Business College, also munizations were given to this C. Turner Ed Tonges.

subcommittee is looking at cur- mercial air travel was less expensive," In the that postal city.service Prior she to was entering employed group, or 85.9%. (photo by Danny's Photography) The Red Team with Vernon I'ernandlna Bob Duval Beach, assistant, was low pro pro,, '

rent vacancies as positions that do Wlllard observes, adding that another in a clerical positionby Silcox as captain Is way out with a 72.Don't .
not need to be funded In the 1971-72 question the Legislature might look the A & P Tea Co. The overall average of both and admires an ahead In the membership drive
spending bill. This amounts to at least Into Is whether the taxpayer is obligated Mrs. Lee began her postal groups was 72.4%, Dr. Coving- Easter chick. with a total of 11 new mem-
to air career as a temporary clerk In ton said, placing: Bradford bers. White Team (Pat Farnsworth -
3,300 Jobsor did at one point dur- provide transportationfor
County near the top of Florida captain) and Blue Team
Lawtey post office In June 1959, forget Bingo every Wed-
ing the past few weeks when various those officials who prefer to spend and served governmental departments submitted weekends at their homes in Miami.Is appointed Acting Postmasterupon Immunizations given. Total to all individuals and three new members each, and repeat (by popular request)
reports to the subgroup.The the retirement of Mrs. population, 1 through 10 years, groups, as well as the news Blood Team (Doc: Adams cap. Country-Western shindig on
the new "cut the fat before addingnew Mae Wells. is 2,607 in the county, and media, who assisted In the Immunization lain) Is trailing with two. Saturday, April 24, $3 couple,
sprawling Department of Health taxes" proposal just more win- total immunizations were I,888. drive

and Rehabilitative Services was citedas dow dressing to pull the wool over -y"y"" ............ ,,, n...u u..."...o.u" uuu___uuu_____ '
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an example. It reported 1,876 of taxpayers' eyes, or does that Legis-
its authorized 22,915 positions vacantat lature (miracle of miracles) really 1"- tc

present. But the sub-committee Intend to wield the knife? Swan 1Rh
chairman noted that Governor Askew's 1Jto Songand

recommended budget calls for an addItional Only time will tell but in the mean- .

926. jobs in this department, while, a few yelps from hard-pressed

though 8.2 per cent of the ones al- taxpayers wouldn't do any harm. -

am I writing again?Well I, to us. It has deep meaning 1
I just can't atop taling about when a person like Mrs. Mid-
. last week.."l 'do not quite real- dleton, who has lived very near
that look
say we even now
ize yet that nothing I write forward to next year, but we 90 years, call and says things
will be In an official capacity, that make you feel so good.
I'll do know that there will be Well this all has climaxeda
but never stop talking a- ,
bout agriculture and telling the another Fair here in Bradford one time journey, even If I [ ,,:: T"j:
good story every time I have County. have remarked that it has made r _
ti.;-1. the opportunity.We The next thing I want to saya me wish I could start all over -
NANNIN.NN1 closed another highly little about. Is also with full again. Vo-Tech
successful Bradford County authority because I am the one Some responsibilities I have School Awarded
The Bradford County ., : '()4 S /l/l Fair. You know it Is true when who had the experience. Last finished. I have not finished I
people remark that they believeour week was a great week in my telling the good agriculturalstory $1,000 Grant For
TELEGRAPH EquipmentThe
-- rewarded for the
\ Fair gets better each year. life. I wa s and praising those who
f Space was all filled for sev- part of life I have given bother have a part In producing: food Area Vocational
ESTABLISHED te7n ffns Dibit people 'l he variety; 01 expres- Bradford-Union Bradford-Union Center.
eral years so we just have to and fiber for our exlstance. I
be of good comfort: thy Improve In quality. Here again sions made to us were just won hope some of those in top leadership Technical Training Oglesby said the $1,000 would
Center has received one of five be
Ma.tce" used
faith hath is derful. say "us"because cer- will make and for the purchase of
made thee whole; a real example of what a change
$1,000 awards made by the Flo- a
piece of
FLOR I A E S S /KO in peace.-(St. Luke 8, can be done when people of-a tainly my entire family was a realize how Important this industry riday Road Builders Association be used for heavy Instructional equipment to
part. Then I wish It was possible Is to of purposes
J8.) community work together for a every segment
for 1971 in each of the In
to call names of others life and how the new Heavy Equip
." common cause. Important It Is to
ASS 0 TON As our blessed Suvior and I do still hold an office in the but the list would be mlghtly them even as Individuals. five Department of Transportation ment to be used for Instruc-
Redeemer, Jesus Christ spoketo Fair Association so I can officially long. Like I said last week, I I have not finished having an districts. tional purposes in the new Heavy
7 H sufferer thane centuries' say a big "thank you"to just got the credit that could active and sincere Interest In Attending the check-presen- Equipment Course which will
ago, BO does He speak to all everybody that had even a well be divided among all the the programs of this area and tation ceremony InJacksonvill be offered soon at the vo-tech
(from left))
E. J.. MATTHEWS.eaoh : ErBt.o-PaDis4es: I have had last week were :; center.
who In little job to We people with In people. Things happened last
Nu.he4 art! distress and despair carry out. can Ted Oglesby director of the The
Tbtuvdoy a.i.d.r.i Ls.s. some contact. week fund was started
also say thank you to all the that are impossible to
today.Ve be
must vo-tech ED. Soady, In 1970
Class Matter alike PM I want to appreciation ; as a supplement to a
Office l SUcfce, Ftarid people for coming to express
see our forget. No else knows
and one
strong steadfast in our likeI Road Builder Assn. district director Road Builder Association
all the
M4er Ae& af March Fair. I know also that I to the news media prac
Ins, un. am You
do. have to be the
fuith and every day be ever in telling one ; Thomas L. Casey, tice of several years of award-
extra time
0ahMri.Ua U *.... MV.S 1 'tar. UMi OvteUer stronirer for unwavering expressing the thoughts of those I they want gave to say thank who had the experience. So, Bradford County Superintendentof Ing $5,000 in
< ... officers that worked long before our story. again to everybody for Ed Jackson. FRBA thekSchooliof
Meat 1)e. iJtt faith Is the who every. Schools: annually to
to salvationand to all people
way and during the you again .
run of the thing "TH \\K; YOU" just as District Director; and Lewis gineering
perfect had something to say to me at the University of
peace. Fair. This not be the
may It
sincerely as can be said. Newman an Instructor at the Flu;ida. .
i'jc in TeI..vrllnh Anril R. 1971

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Avco Wins AwardThe BROOKERin LAWTEY
HAMPTON Mr. and Mrs. Ken Terrell Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Cannon
Avco Lycoming- Industry in New York by and son of Gainesville "+ re of tacksonvllle were visiting
Charleston, S. Carolina, plant Harold Russell, chairman of CHURCH ACTIVITIES By' Enaa .....ela.nI weekend visitors of Mrs. o- Mr. and Mrs. E.J. liaulerson! I
has been presented with the the President's Committee BRIEF By' Mr.. D. B. DID Grace United Methodist: Sunday seph Dorko. during the week.
National Association of Man- Employment of the Handicapped on .d. A .. School 9:45: a.m., Worship Mr. and M.... Freddie Dink-
services 11 a.rn. and 7:30 Ins of St. Petersburg were visiting -
ufacturer's Award for Hiring W LINDA C. COX : p.m.
the Handicapped in the Edward A. Burrus, Several couples gathered at MYF 6 p.m., teem practice his grandparents, Mr. and ,
large vice president and general the Wes Halek home Friday Wednesday 6:30: ., Prayer Mrs. Paul Dinkins last week. I
employer category.The manager. One-third of the Mrs. Amanda Lewis enjoyed evening, April 2, honoring Mr. meeting 7:30: p.m. Children's They visited Mr. Dinkins In .
presentation was madeat 3,000 employees are handicapped visiting with her granddaughter and Mrs. Halek's forty-first Choir practice on Saturday: 4. Bradford County Hospital In
the Congress of American and family, Mr and Mu. wedding anniversary. The host 5 and 6 grades at 2 p.m. 1, Starke. I
Lamar Hall and children, In provided steaks for a cook- I and 3 grades, 3 p.m. I
Gainesville Sunday, March 28, out supper and the others Other visitors during the week
This occasion was made special brought covered dishes for the Church of God: Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Paul I

....................................... oring with Mrs.a birthday Iva Mae dinner Lewis hon- and meal.Mrs.Those A.H.attending Perry.were Mr.Mr.and School; ,U 10 a.m.ajn.and, Worship 7:30: Dinkins Augustine Jr.and and Mrs.David Jim of Bur-St. I I

given by her daughter Mrs. Mrs. W.D.Carter,Mr.and Mrs. Family night Wednesday 7:30 ton of Jacksonville Is spending
Lamar Hall. William Carter and Lisa, Mr. p.m., followed by choir some time with the Dink- .
i I AND SsG. i Mrs. Tommy Cox and chil- and Mrs. Otto Hicks, Mr. and practice Ins. I
dren, Bradlee and Deena and /
Mrs. Lester Slade, Sherry Mrs. I.B. Jordon of Macclenny -
Robin Williams attended the I
"..., ...". "-....' : Bradford County Fair last Hicks and Mrs.of Gainesville P.L. Estes of and Fair Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sapp spent B.E.Sunday Reddish.with Mr. and I
t Thursday afternoon. and granddaughter, Debbie Mrs.
banks. Bush, his Mr. and Mrs. Pete Todor I
are visiting mother
SHRUBS Mrs. Leonard Booth a
gave of
I -i Mike Baker grandson for okinawa -
/ Mrs. A.C. Pearce. and sons left Saturday
>. : / a Tupperware party, Thursday and Mrs. R.H. Parker of Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Warwick where Mr. Todor will
night. March 25. Several ladies
has been serving as a page Choice Lots Available
enjoyed this occasion. and family of East Palatka were be stationed for a time. They
: In the state legislature In Tallahassee -
months In
about three
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. spent
Among those attending the
this week. Mike Is the R.J. (Clack) Andrews Sunday. the states visiting Mr.and Mrs. In The New
i 8 To 12 Ft. Fruit And : Electric 33rd annual In Keystone meeting of Heights Clay son of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Baker They all enjoyed a good bar W.F. Moore and six weeks In
of Orlando, and Is In the
: on Thursday, March 25, were: Florida House of Represen-- becue dinner. Washington where he was engaged -
Shade Trees i in business. Lake
Flowering Mrs. Pearl Markey, Mrs. E-' tatives under Harvey Matthews We are pleased to note that Crosby Cemetery
Hodges, Mrs. Lottie Ed-
van of that district, for the week
Mrs. O.J. home
Phillips Is at
Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Moore
wards, Mrs.Amanda Lewis,and
: Value $5.49 $3.97 S Mrs. Ruby Rogers. of Mr.April and 5-9.Mrs. Chester Har- again the hospital.We after. several weeks In and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Todor $100 Per Single Grave Space
and sons were dinner guests
Ii The Volunteer Firemen will
ris and Mr. and Mrs. Nlman
a Fish of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Casey With Perpetual Care Available At
Jacksonville to that John-
of spent regret
Hunley say
100' PLANT GRASS : April 17, at the Farmers Mar- In Starke. This was for
i Sunday In Hampton with the nie Bates is in serious con- Small Additional Cast
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Todor
ket here In Brooker. Serving A.C. Dennlsons. dition In Gainesville University
: iv -. Organic NOW : time will be from 5 p.m. til' Renee Gabriel visited hereat Medical Center. However, he family as a "Bon Voyage
BAHIA 9 p.m. Tickets are on sale now: the D.E. Hill home from Is reported to be somewhat Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phillips It Is Always Advisable To Make A
: SO 6.6.6 lb. : Adults $1.25; ; children under Saturday through Tuesday with Improved since being there. and son of Macclenny: were
twelve, 75C. Plan to come out Debbie Hill while both are on visiting Mrs. O.J. Phillips on Selection Before Actual Need Arises
: I LB,, Fertz ARGENTINE .87 SS and support your Brooker Fire vacation from Florida Presby- Friends of J.D. Clark will Saturday and Mr. and Mrs.
With Dept. All proceeds will go for terial College In St. Peters regret to learn that he is a Leslie Phillips spent Sunday
S :
PENSCOLA .47 equlptng the fire truck and for burg. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ga- patient In Bradford County Hospital with Mrs. Phillips. LOTS SHOWN BY APPOINTMENTFor
S Minors I the needs of our firemen briel and Jeffrey of Clinton, with a back injury. In Mr. and Mrs. Lane Carterof
The Brooker Baptist Church case Ms friends might like Miami are visiting Mrs.
Iowa, visitors Saturday.
: $1.89 @ti i held Its monthly Brotherhood Mr. were and Mrs. J.L. Dykes to call on him he Is in Room Lois Carter this week. Information Contact Any OfficerOf
Pendarvis visited
Mrs. Fred
Breakfast on Sunday, April 4.
and Mrs. C.R. Hicks left Tues- 115.Mr.. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. The Crosby Lake Cemetery, Assn., Ins.
S 50 lb. GROTONE The men and boys enjoyed the day for South Carolina to bring and Mrs.Jack Wainwright
1 Ib 15.95 fellowship together.On Debbl Hicks home for vacation and family of Waycross, Ga. P. Gordon, In Bunnell Mondayto
Monday night, March 22, were visiting Mrs. T.L. Wainwright Thursday. 9646305L.
Pellets $3.39 from Bob Jones University. E. L. Mathews, President -
: Wendell Kelly of Belle Glade
8oz. 8.25 : Fire Chief George O. Pierce Valerie and Cheryl Gray were on Sunday.
and a volunteer fireman, Carl. to accompany them back as far Mrs. Mable Peterson and son, was the weekend visitor of Mr. O. Haun, Vice Pr.s, 964-7352
: 50 lb. GROTONE 4 oz. 4.25 T. Edwards, attended a reg- as Jacksonville for a few day's Martin Peterson Jr. of Chicago and Mrs. II.C. Kelly.
ular meeting of the volunteer holiday with their parents,Rev. are spending the month Mrs. John Wright and family A. J. Thomas, Secy Treo*964-5701
: 1 Ib. Plants Up were recent guests of Mr. and
Camellia And firemen and Alachua. They en- and Mrs. Bob Gray. with her niece, Miss Dorothy
loved a stash supper and the Swanbom. Mrs. Charles Shuford.
To 4000 Sq. Ft.
: Azalea $3.98 : lire drills.
We are glad to report that
: 25 Ib.$2.39 8 oz. Pkg. B. E. Peas SS Mrs. Bannie Mott Is greatly, r .__ ------ iF00- -
SS Improving, and is back home. __ litti* und.f >* b* n* Tri*f i ur. h SOrtOM DIOHCOftNlft
Reg. 29c Now 19c She spent some time In Ala *the* It ISPICIAUY ton TOO) t*th.wt rh*
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at her son's home Mr. and /HQPR STOCK UP lAttYi I
1.591.17 King Corn Z Mrs. John Mott In Gainesville. ALL STOMtS WILL M |
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Stark! .died Monday In Bradford died Sunday In the Gainesville CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.Sund.iy Sunday School. 9:45: a.m. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; .'
County Hospital after an Veterans Hospital after an Sunday School 9:45 a.m. School, 10 a.m. Morn- Morning Worship II a.m.Youth 301 North, behind Tas- MomJWWorshlpandCommunIon / -, ..-._. '
extended illness. She was bornIn extended Illness. He was bornIn Morning Worship II a.m. Youth ing Worship. II a.m. Sunday Fellowship 6 p.m.Choir Practice Gee Freez Drive In, Sunday Service, II a.m. Evening'
Bradford County on July Bradford County on May 2, .- Service 8:00: p.m.Evening Wor- Evening, 7 P.m. Youth Night Wednesday 8 p.m. School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Worship service. 6.
28, 1883, the daughter of the 1933 and had lived In the New ship 7 p.m.Thursday. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch vice, II a.m. and 7 pjn. Prayer Wednesday Worship service '
Inte Odo and Mary Weeks Gei- River area all his life night Prayer Meet Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m. Service 7:30 pjn. Wednes 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell,
ger. Sho was the widow of AA. A veteran of the Korean Con- I 7:30 P.m. --Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor.
Durden a prominent Hampton flict, he was a member of the Ivy Luke Pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy Olive, pastor, EL. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN.
merchant for many years, and Starke First Christian Church Aaron Singletary Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Grlffls. associate pastor. CHURCH
was a member of the first and Bradford Lodge No. 43: SMYRNA MISSIONARY Ing Worship, II.Training Union,
School 10 Morning
Baptist Church of Starke. F. & A. M. He was a retired To Graduate From BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.: Sunday a.m. -. .
Surviving is one daughter, assistant tobacco manager, 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser Sunday School 9:30: ; Training DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, II ajn. Evening ..
Mrs. Harry H. Houston, of having been employed at the Rice Seminary vices: Sunday School. 10 a.m. Union 10.15: : ajn.; Morning Worship BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH BROOKER Worship, -James Shaw, pastor -
Stnrko; grandchildren, ten Ralford State Prison. After Preaching, 11 a.m. Training Union 11 a.m.j; Evening Worship! Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- .
great-grandchildren, and one his retirement, he was associated Rev. Aaron Singletary,of Ral- 5:45: p.m. Evening WorshIp 7:30 p.m.i; Prayer Meeting 7:30: Worship. U ajn.; l Evening.\ ship Services, 11 ajn. and 7
great-great grandchild. with the General Farm & ford, Is pursuing his minis- 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. Wednesday. 7:30 Prayer P.m. Training Union, 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH .
Western Supply In Lake But- -Elder A.G. Flynn, pastor Worship : p.m.; Rev Lacy Conway, Pastor. BROOKER, FLA.
funeral services were heldat terial studies at Luther Rice Pastor Rev. Robert West. Meeting, 7:30: Wednesday.Rev. .
10 a.m. Wednesday In Jones ler.Surviving Seminary In Jacksonville, and J.C. Saunders, pastor. Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun
Memorial Chapel with Rev. W. Ishlswidow, Loretta is scheduled to graduate witha CHURCH OF GOD RIVER BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -
A. Hogan officiating. Intermentwas Jones Merritt; one son, Bachelor in Divinity degreeat OF PROPHECY BROOKER NEW 10 Morn- Sunday School, 10 ajn. Morning Superintendent Training ;.
In the family plot In Santa Randall Franklin Merritt; his the end of the present sem- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday Worship School., H a.m.a.m.Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 nine 6:45: pjn. Lowell Douglas, -
mother Mrs. Nan Merritt; and ester. He Ing Worship. II a.m. Young Ing P.m.) Director. Worship Services, 11
Fe Cemetery under direction was formerly associated Wor- Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday
7 Evening
of DeWitt C, Jones Funeral one sister, Mrs. Janice M. Shi- with Hldgewood Bap People's Service, 6 p.m. ship ,8 P.m.Wednesday Night School. 11 a.m. Morning Wor- -Rev. Fred Johns, pastor ajn., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw,mu-
Home ver Funeral, Lake Butler services were heldat list Church at Orange Parkas Evangelistic Service, 7 p.m. service, 7:30: pjn. Everyone ship, 6 P.m. Training Union sic director.
pastor Wednesday Prayer Meeting welcome. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. EVERGREEN BAPTIST
2 p.m. Wednesday In the Mr. Singletary Is presently 7:30: p.m. Come and worship HEILBRONN BAPTIST
L.L. Parker, pastor. Wednesday7:30PrayerSer: Highway 125, Northwest of
MondsJohn Christian Church with
John Henry serving as Vice-Moderator of with us. vices. Lawtey. Sunday School, 10 ajn. CHURCH. HIGHWAY 16 N.
!Rev Alton Dobbs, Rev. John the New River Baptist Association -Rev. Bobby Harris, pastor -Rev. Bob Cooper, Pastor Morning Worship 11:15. Sunday Sunday :School: 9:45 a.m.
Henry Monds. 69, of Strickland Brown and Is serving as pastor Night Service, 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship, 11. Training '
minister of the First Christian BETHLEHEMFREE
of the Kalford Baptist Church. Sunday School, 10 ajn. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Union 6.30: p.m. Evening Service "
died Monday In a ,
Lawtey Church, officiating. Intermentwas Graduation exercises will be WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 ajn. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30.: Midweek Prayer -
7:30 Rev. Albert
Galm> vfl1e Hospital after an pjn. Knight, ,
Dckle Lake Cor. Ash & Chestnut
Cemetery ,
In Georgia held at Central Baptist ChurchIn Services (Booster Band Young Sunday School, 9:45: : ajn.; pastor. Service 730.:
extended illness. Horn Butler, under direction of De- Jacksonville at 7:30: pjn., School 9:30: Morning Worship, People, and Prayer Service). 6 Morning Worship, 11 a.m.EvenIng -Rev. L. Tommy Howe
on Dec. 18, 1901, he was a Witt C, Jones Funeral home May 7. 11; League, .p.m.Night Service, p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Worship, 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer pastor.
retired corrections officer with Masonic Rites were conferredat 6 p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service, Wednesday. Bible 7 LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH"Sunday.
Meeting and Study
the Florida State Prison. lie the grave by the Starke pastor. 7:30: pjn. Rev. John Strickland, Book of Psalms. School, 9:45 aml! ;
was a member of the New; Con- Masonic Lodge. p.m. Study on Morning Worship, H a.m.Even- CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
Rev. C. B. Price Pastor. G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone
gregational Methodist Church, FIRST UNITED METHODIST but Worship, 7:30: p.m. Midweek LATTER DAY SAINTS
and tile Lawtey Masonic Lodge. Ossie C. CasonOssle STARKE Welcome. Bible Study, Wednesday, 1404 E. Bessent Road
Rev C.B. Price, 72, a former HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30
p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30
Sunday School, 9:45 Morning a.
SurvMtw; \ are his widow., Mrs. C. Cason, 80, one of pastor of the First Baptist Worship, II Junior and; Senior Highway 100 at Theressa) Be in church Sunday. m. Sunday Sch-I i. 10 a.m. Sacrament -
\ tol'laIonds.: ; and one daughter Bradford County's leading Church of Starke, died Sat- ; Sunday School- 10 ajn.Morn- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUB"Sunday 6 .
MYF groups, 6 p.m. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Service Sunday Sell... Frank Jarvis, pastor. p.m. .
:Mrs Blanche UucholU, strawberry growers for many urday, March 27, In Baptist Wednesday Youth Choir Re- : Monday Mia 7:30: p.m. '
both of Lawtoy two brothers, died Wednesday, March Hospital, Columbia, S.C. Union 6:30 p.m. ; 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship Tuesday
; years Primary 4:30
A hearsal, 7 pjn. Prayer Meeting, Ing Worship 7:15 p.m. 10:45 Evening Service,7:15: : IF WE DON/T HAVE p.m.
Charles A. Monds, High 31, In Bradford County Hospital native of Washington, D.C., : ajn. IT Wednesday Relief
7:30 Chancel Choir Society
Springs, and James W.Monds, after an extended Illness.He Mr. Price was a graduate of : ; Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Ser p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun we'll ret it far- yea Off fe 7:30 pjn.

Macclcnny;. two sisters, Mrs. was a native and lifelong Mars Hill College, Furman Un- 7:45.-DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. vices 7:30: pjn. Rev. Merle day 6:30 p.m. Supplies FdrolUint, Equip. Jesse D. Branson! Branch '.
Eva Raulcrson, Macclenny, and resident of Bradford County, iversity; Southwestern Baptist Packham, pastor. -J.C. Brown, minister meet' Bradford County: President. S
:Mrs. Rebecca! Folsom, Neptune; operating a farm east of Starkeon Seminary In Fort Worth, Telegraph.

Beach; and one grandson. Highway 100. He was a mem- Texas. In addition to Starke, LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL .__._._ ....__u_...._...._______.u.uuou....
ber of Pine Level Baptist he had been castor of Baotint HOLINESS CHURCH .. .., .
C. i r' r.r w'tf4 Yr C w/a ri .:f rirCiti-0OswA: ; YrvrsS : v.;
Church. churches In Arcadia. Fla.. Eu- 9:45: : 'L xd.Yi: : ::.Ye. /JN % 9f : s
I Funeral services will be held Morning WorSchool
fan, Ala., and Columbia, wherehe H <:
at :2! p.m. Friday In the New Surviving are his wife, Maggie a.m. {S:
Congregational Methodist Crlffls Cason of Starke; was living/ at the time of Service 6 pjn.; Evening Wor-
Church with Interment In Long three grandchildren, and two his death. ship 7 p.m.Tuesday.
Urine1", Cemetery under the greatgrandchildren.Funeral/ He was a member of the Prayer Meeting 7:30
direction of the Dewitt C. services were heldat board of trustees of Judson
tones Funeral Home 2 p.m. Saturday In Jones College, Marion Ala., and was 'p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chaunceypastor.
Memorial Chapel with Rev.John active In Boy Scout work, was
Misoilc: Rites were admlnlstcieJ Strickland and Rev. W.E. Hall. a licensed pilot, and was presi- NORTHSIDE BAPTIST
at the graveside by the officiating Interment was In dent of Baptist Assemblies of CHURCH
avvtoy Lodge. the family plot In Crosby Lake Stetson University In Deland. Sunday Morning Worship
Cemetery lie was a. past president of 9:45; Sunday School, II. Sunday
the Eufala Kiwanis Club. Evening Worship, 6 p.m.Train-

Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Ing Union, 7:30.Thurlday .
Hazel Teachers and Officers -
Dempsey Price; and two
.,. daughters, Mrs. William A, Meeting 0:30.: Prayer
Boyce of Columbia, and Mrs. Meeting 7:30.Edward .
LeGary Ward, Marietta, Ga. C. Harvey, pastor.
REVIVALAPRIL Funeral services were held
Monday, March 29, In the Park PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL ru m
12-APRIL 17 Street Baptist Church, Columbia METHODIST CHURCH .
with burial in Greenluwn Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning f:;; 1 ,( :;i
.... is
Memorial Park.BEULAH Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- i::
at vice 8 pjn Evening Worship rui'

7:30 JI.m.Rev. .

Black Creek Baptist Church CEMETERY CHURCH WORKING Neal Starling, pastor. rfy

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There will be a working of AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ,
the Beulah Church old cem- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- ;I :: "
One Mile West Of Penney FarmsOn etery on Saturday, April 17. ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening m .

State Road 16 at Turkey Black Trot Creek Road bridge on Road will be 21 Worship Meeting, 7. p.m.and; Bible Wed. Study Prayer '

open from 8 to 9 ajn. 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- ::
tag every Monday, 7 p.m. [ L'\H'T .

BAPTIST MADISON CHURCH STREET G.F.Welcome.Prevatt pastor. Everyone ._ \

Sunday School, 9:45; MornIng ,
1 \l V t_
11 Un- rri{
Worship, ; Training ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC
Rev. M. David Medeiros ion, 6:15: : ; WMU Prayer Circle, CHURCH STARKE
7:15: ; Evening Worship, 7:30.: Father James Cregan,pastor.
Barley, Georgia Monday- Youth Choir Prac- Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday
i t Song Service Begins At tice, 7 p.m. Mace 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass,
TuesdayMission Friends, 7 p.m. %
7:30: P.M.3i Girls In Action, Acteens, 3:30 Confessions -- Saturday 6
c VBS.Clinic, 6:30.:
Sage 6.1 Ifi,.. WednesdayPrayer Meeting, p.m.School of Religion:
7:30.: Church Choir Practice, Grade School -- Sunday 11 v: '{ } '
Deacons Meeting, 8:30.: a.m. to 12 noon.
Jn. Tnt C.Mm. ,row -Denton Sumrall, pastor. High School -. Wednesday
7 to 8 p.m. ftr: : Shining in splendor is Easter's story. l;; :
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<, ST MARY'S CATHOLIC :m:: : Christ is Risen, full of glory. i kl; j; :'
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ASK ANY SENIOR CLUB WOMAN Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy
Adv. Day Mass, 5:30 p.m.GRAC& .

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ning Worship at 11. Training
GOSPEL SING Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- "
ship, 7:30. Wednesday Prayer STARKE 66"
Meeting, 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T. FLORIDA SERVICE

Odom, Jr., pastor. <(, I

v EST Hill Edwards 1'h. 964-7231
Tire Truing :
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. c:>
-r HH Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd =.;:". Headlight Adjusting I
Sundays 11 a.m. Morning Prayer ACM***" ta.
THE 2t1d, 4th and 5th Sunday Brake Service I

U a.m. Carl Hunt Phone 964-6111 Wheel lIalance and : !

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PATE -John M. Flynn, Rector I 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE Phone 964-5745 for FREE ROAD SERVICE

: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Illway 301 and 100 Inspections and Estimates AH Minor Repairs

: P STARKE tlO S.,Temple Starke 617 N. Ave. Starke

H FAMILY! ; = Opportunities) for Service: Temple, ,

Sunday Easter Sunrise Service e
First Christian Church, BRADFORD :
Morning Worship at 11, sermon
FLA.PLACE L11 "'''Saturday's Child"; Training SUPPLIES, 'Inc. Grocery and Market ABSTRACT CO.
Won, 6:15: ; Evening Worship
7'::30, sermon "Mlcalah, the Groceries Meats Feed Better Service For Your
Courageous= Prophet." Featuring Ace Hardware

: First Assembly of God Church bttle'Monday Moon_ Youth Group Choir meets 7 Complete Paint ,Suppliesand GAS AND OIL Title Problems ;

the church, 7HJ! p.m. Sporting Goods ,Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. Abstracts

DATE : Monday April 10 1971 Group::Tuesday at the- Helen church: Masters, 9:30 S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance .
: '
,m.j; Ida Darby Group at home Check With Us First" 964.5312
PHONE ISM W. Call Ph. 96488l
,Powell [
(f Mrs. L.G. ; arms
TIME : 7 :00 P.M. :pperson Group- at home ofIrs. 219 Washington St. 964-5270

F.B. Beard 3 pjn.; Junior I
Choir 3:30 Girls in Act.
. I will, sine unto the LORD as long as I live: on. 4:15; Associations VBS CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
clinic: at Madison Street Bap-
I will sing praise to my GOD while I have my being" lIt Church, 6:30 p.m.; Ethel Owned By Those We Scne In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members lire Better..
at home of Mrs'
liggs-Group Electrical! "-Keystone Hetghts[ -Phon* 473-4911 ..e't.
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< = By:Phone Michael 475-1(12 H. Chitty :

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Keystone Hilites t Greetings, friends and neigh- by a lesson taught by Brother ;

bors, fromyourRolllng-Repor- Dan Richardson of Keystone, ,
ter. How's by y'all? Every- who owns Way Radio (550 on

By GLORIA REDFEARN 'TJ I--1! thing's fine round the Chitty your dial)In Orange Park,which

: Plea. Call 473-3283 473.4182WOMAN'S household. We were really blesses us with daylong Gos-
looking forward to April, but pel Music and programs.
it's started out Just as bad Raymond and Gladys Mal- ,

CLUB as March was. Maybe things phurs and baby Buttons of Jacksonville
linquished her crown to Vesta COMMUNITY CHURCH first order and our sympathygoes will settle down one day. spent the weekend at
The Woman's Club of Keystone A Ik en. Nineteen members par- Good Friday Services of the out to her. The Chitty household is backto their lake home next door.

Heights sponsored a sal- ticipated in the tournament. As Seven Last Words will be observed As a member of Keystone situation normal now, we've Shirley and Dolph Reddish and

ad luncheon and "Beeline"Faehlon stated, the Championship Flight at 3 p.m. In the Sanc- Heights-Melrose Lodge and a had compnay for the past two children of 3:;tar he visited her .
Show last which i ir
Friday, was won by Besta Alken. First tuary of the Community Church member of the Eastern Star, weeks. Last Monday afternoon, parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.W,
by hilarious
was preceded a Flight winners, Mildred Sutton with St. Anne's Episcopal several members of the Or- my parents, James and Cricket Carpenter, Sunday. r + ''I" \
game session. and Mary Brokas;Second Flight ders were active bearers. A.P. picked
Church Joining. up Granny cope- Dick and Frances Hllltard 1t "
Mrs. A.P. Hallman,chairman winners, Billy Dane and Lou Two Easter Morning Ser- Hallman, P.M., made the ar- land's brother and sister-in- spent Tuesday in Dunellon with 1 '.. _" fN

of the luncheon, wishes to thank Timmons; Third Fllghtwinners vices, at 8:30: and 11 a.m., cangements for the Masonic law, Howard and Lena Brad- their daughter, Marsha Roys- ;'''.,; (, 'I
I her.committee and all mem- Kathy Redfearn and Sue Dwyer. with Sunday School at the usual Burial Services in Jacksonville. berry of Oxford, Ala.,who came ter and family. 1 "{. f.

bers and guests who made HERE N' THERE hour. 9:40: to 10:40.: Nur- The bearers from Melrose on the bus to Lake City. 80 Mr. and Mrs. L.O. Martinof r'''''',> b

the program so successful. Mrs. Kenneth Cooper wishes sery in educational buildingfor Lodge were Jennings Murrhee, per cent of the time Uncle Jacksonville spent the week- .11tY; '"Q ..''nitr \

Mrs. K. Liggett was chair- to thank everyone for their children during the Easter P.M., and Gilbert Reed, P. Howard was here, he was on end with Tom and Lllllam Nor '(?ttl::;
the fashion
of She
man kindnesses and thoughtfulness Services In Sanctuary. M., and Robert Ennis of the our dock catching those big wood. '. of. ';'4
all club members
thanks who
during her recent confinement Maundy Thursday Communion Chapter, who was a neighborand bream, bluegills, shellcrack- Mr. and Mrs. James KInchen '(
I graciously consented to model Miss Dorothy Hardenburgh Service at 7:30 p.m. (tonight friend. ers, and his ole buddy the and son Larry of Jacksonville, / J.:,.. J'J'A '
the fashions. recently spent a few days with ) Boefln. lie wasted the ,
away were down for the weekend at -..
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The Woman's Club arrangedfor ., .... ... .
her family, Mr. and Mrs. N. FELLOWSHIP: CLUB Covered BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION rest of his time doing trlclal their lake home. "' """'- /
the Coke Annual booth at the Clay W. Hardenburgh. Dorothy attends Dish Luncheon at 12:30: p.m. Houston Driscoll, a senior, things like eating and sleep Mr. and Mrs. J.II. Faulknerand S

Electric It Meeting and the University of South in the Lions Club,todayThursday proudly celebrated his 80th ing.Aunt children Stan and Debbie, Cinderella and her Prince Charming star in he skating
serviced throughout the day. Florida In Tampa where she April 8. Musical programby birthday on March 30. Ills wife, Clara Sullivan of Willis and their friends, Dewal Mc-

BUSINESS MEETINGThe is in the College of Business elementary school childrenof Marion, had prepared a family ton, came up and visitedus Cullough and June Guest, all story of one of the great fairy talc that it transported to a
Administration. Mrs. McCord'j Class. dinner party to which his Tuesday, till she had to of Macon, Ga., visited Mrs.
monthly business meet- Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Tleche Keystone Heights membersof daughter, Miss Jane Driscoll leave and check on her daugh- Ruby! Wolfe and Mrs. Beulah glamorous production in the 26th edition of Holiday on lc ..

Ing of the Woman's Club will of St Paul, Va. and Naples, the Bradford County Senior of Camp Crystal, and her co- ter-in-law, Mrs. Barbara Sullivan Smith from Wednesday till Sun

be held Tuesday, April 13, at Fla. spent the weekend with Citizens Club are reminded worker, Mrs. Harriet Flowers, Barbara went in the hos- day. Mrs. Dell Murray of Jacksonville Holiday On Ice Has CompleteNew
2 p.m. There will be an election Mrs. Tleche's sister and her that on April 12 at 1 p.m. Mr. Driscoll's sister and bro- pital Tuesday, and had a bouncing spent a few days with

I of officers family, Col. and Mrs. John in the Recreation Building, the ther-in-law, Marian and Harrison baby boy that night. Our them, and Mrs. Mike Smith

Jett. Club will hold a White Elephant ; Batchelder, and special congratulations to Barbara,her visited them Saturday. Look In 1971 EditionA
Miss Bonnie McLean, bride- Sale. Wrap gifts and come guests, Rev. and Mrs. Nealeof husband, Gary and their new Mother had a letter from
Winners of the Duplicate elect of Wayne Homer, was and enjoy the good times together Faith Presbyterian Churchof son, little James. Wednesday Mrs. Ida C. Whitehead, who is
I Bridge sponsored by the Melrose feted with a miscellaneousbridal which these folks are mem- night, we were visited by my now living in the Bahamas. She
Club complete new look will Harlequin Gf ot Dane.
Woman's Tuesday
I on shower on Friday eve- bers Houston celebrate uncle and and Teen- -
helped aunt Roy says she's doing fine, but sure
I'' be presented the 1971 returning favor-
March 30 First by edi- Among the
were: ning given by Mrs. Knight at A TRIBUTE ie Crenshaw and
son, Jerry, wishes she was back home on
place, Mrs. Mary Cook, Miss tion of Holiday on Ice, appear- ites are the 'ook Family, Including -
the Homer Residence on Lake- In behalf of the FellowshipClub PERSONALS and his friend, Janet Bristow, our lake.
Iva Hillyer; Second Place,Mrs. view Drive. Melrose Masonic Lodge, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gates of all from Gainesville. Ronnie ing at the Jacksonville Coliseum adorable Kim, now aged
from II and ldered the finest
Wednesday cr
Bay Becker, Mrs. Phil Kro- through
and Eastern Star 279 Pa. house Waters of Melrose
Chapter Springboro, are visited us Dorothy, Sam and Charles of '
Sunday, April 21-25. all ju girl skaters
mer; Third place, Mrs. Al GIRL SCOUTS this tribute of Mr. and Mr. Donald Wednesday ,
in afternoon.
Keystone Heights, guests Henry Butler of Ormond Beach *
Gary Visconti United States and the.. IS and Kel-
Bachmann, Miss Zoe Terry; Cadette Troop 190 and Jun- is paid in the passing ofa Lawrence of Brooklyn Lake. Uncle Howard, Aunt Lena, brought Mrs. Jo Strandberghome
Olympic and World Team ly, will Of a skit a-
: Fourth place, Mrs. Donald As. ior Troop 83 enjoyed a bike beloved gentleman, C.W. O- Mr. Gates and Mrs. Lawrenceare Granny Copeland, Otll Melton last weekend. She had is the member bout "She.. tilZ.
Ka, Mrs. Mike Faikel. Winners hike at Gold Head Branch State of Lake.In brother and sister. and lattendedllomecomlngSer- among new skaters
wens, been visiting them while recov-
Folco of Rome whose
the designing
Joining of Interna- -
on Thursday evening, April 1 I.I I. Park on Saturday, March 27. his membership of these Bernie Adams Jacksonville vices at Hampton Baptist ering from a broken arm. Paul, tional talent array In the world famous skills for the Lido of
were: First place, Mrs. C. After biking to the picnic a- member for chat with the Church and blessedby -
I organizations, every stopped by a were truly Lee and Greg Strandberg and ice show. Anna Galma- I Paris at' acted the attentionof
W, Hardy Miss Iva Hlllyer; rea, the Junior Troop cooked found C.W. he Francis P. Egans his the Bro
as preferredto on return message brought by Charles, Louise, and Paulette rlnl, the petite Italian Cham- both European and U.S. pro-
I Second place Mrs. W.J. Gro- lunch while the Cadettes pre- be called, a loyal and faith- from a outing and meet- ther Jimmy HInkle of Shiloh Strandberg, all of Jacksonville, ducers of
doe pion and former Olympic extravagant entertainment -
lick, Miss : Terry; Third pared a game to be played ful friend and member. His ing of the Florida Power Squadron Youth Ranch in Roseland. Sun- visited them on Saturday. per- has
former is costumesso
returning to the
! place, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond after lunch. After a day of sudden death, while he was of which he is a member. day night, we were blessed Intricate
American had
they to be
Starnes; Fourth place, Mr. W. fun the girls rode their bikes tending his small garden has His late father and mother were Mrs. Holbrook of Plant City scene after two sen- manufactured
sational seasons with the Eu- in both Paris and
-Groltck and Mr. C.W. Ilar- back to the gate. shocked the entire community.His residents of Keystone Heights. was visiting her daughter and New< York.
week version of
Harrison Batchelders ropean Holiday
dye Girls attending from Troop faithful and endearing wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Throptof a family, Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Griffin on Andre
their south for a Ice. The Romans, Paul and Muscat famed for his
190 were Laurie Martin, Anita Gordl New York called the ago on way the weekend.
: Is truly a lady of the City on over
i GOLF COURSE Menzen, Shelley Rufflni, tour to Miami and other south- Eva, brother and sister team arrangements of modern Jazz,
The monthly luncheon and and Susan Bedell. Those from ern resorts, as they are plan- and four times World's Dance and noted as a composer In
the cake for this
That frosts
business meeting of the Ladles 83 ning on retiring to Florida, and Skating champions, have also his native Paris, was commis
Troop attending were: Cindy
I week, friends. So till next week, been added the sioner' to orchestrate the musi-
retirement to Hut of
Golf Association of the Keystone Menzen Eli- will locating a (treats.
Ekenbarger, Stacy VOICE
f may the good Lord bless and cal background which has
Golf and Coun- home. a
, Heights zabeth Parsons, Adrlanne Gas-
keep all. .
try Club was held Thursday, sett, Danielle Reed, Kelly Mc- OF THE Mr. and Mrs. Russell Melx- you New comedy has been Inserted manclnl touch.
April 1. Social chairman, Mrs. Cord Leslie Hlme, Kelly sell of rroi: ton, N.J. are house into the glitter and glamourin Ted Shufnet a young genius

Arthur Ketch, was assisted Babb, Kathy Martin, Linda Be- guests of .r, and Mrs Harrison Davis-Nail the appearance of Mike who urope as a skat-

by Mrs. J. Wallace, Mrs.,E. dell, Caroline Parsons, Linda Sportsman'a Batchelder. and are plan- Course and Jackie Graham, two Ing choreographer, director and
I P. Wright and Mrs. Marshall Rufflni, Brenda Klesow, Tam- e ning to sight-see In this area, Engagement Told Englishmen with outlandish producer Is responsible for
, before tour of South routines. Graham also producing and directing the dazzling -
Gallop. An Easter decor was Roberts going on skating
Forsythe Joyce BY
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell L. 1971 edition of Holiday
carried out In their table decorations Sharon Stelnmetz. Florida. Mrs. Melxall is Mr. masterminds an unusual act

made by Mrs. Gal- Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Babb and Iii, Sports Fans. Heard the bass caught in Newnan's Lake, Batchelder's sister. When they Davis of the Scottsdale engagement, Ariz of their announce featuring chimpanzees and a on Ice.

lop. Thirty; members attended Mrs. Henschel were the lead- News? We're having a Fish- last Thursday afternoon. start on t their travels, the Patricia Diane to
' the luncheon and Mrs Raymond (PDO() Batchelders will go with them. daughter, ,
ers attending. ing Contest. That's right a
Daniel Allan Nail of Mr.
I Crabtree was welcomed back Fishing Contest In the Santa By the way, If you're Inter Miss Dorothy Whllden daugh- son Keystone KEYSTONE
and Mrs. William A. Nail of
following surgery and conva- Fe Area. Bobby Shipman (Ship- ested In catching Specs, see ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hlm-

lesence. One new member, Glo- My Neighbors"We're man's Camp, west shore SantaFe my article in the March Issueof \ ble, reported that her mother's Keystone Miss Davis Heights graduated from Golfers Win
ria Rawlings, was welcomed. the Central Florida Out- moving to ticorgla: was earlier '
) provided the information
Winners for the day were: 18 ,y "n", and I'll pass it on to you Fishermen -, doors (magazine). If you'd like than her friends understood, and Keystone Is attending Heights St. High Johns! School River Twelfth Match HEIGHTS
holers Fern Garber, Lucille umn to try your luck at catching but that everything seemed to
Starnes; and for low putts,Evelyn n n Waters: Big and Little Santa Bass on Shiners, see my arti- work out for the best.The Hlm- Junior College.Mr. Keystone Heights won Its
i Helse. Mary Arnold was Fe, and Alto Lakes. cle In the April issue. Anyone ble's address is Et. I, Box Nail graduated fJ'O"TIn- twelfth golf match of the sea-
winner for the 9-holers. Sinceit Dates: April 17th and 18th. desiring a subscription (or sin- 209, % A.F. Whilden (sonat drew Jackson High School and son last Friday, crushing rather DIRECTORYS.E.

was April Fool's Day the (Saturday and Sunday). gle copy) to this interestingnew Mcintosh, Ga. Zip 31317. is attending U. of F. where he Lopez (Dayton Beach) 153-
winners the with esds contact Mrs. Tina Sheets Is still is a Junior. 193 on the Keystone course.
were ones Times: 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., magazine, can me a The wedding will take place:
the highest scores.It for information.My patient at Bradford Hospital,
Saturday. 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 12 at 8 p.m. at the Com Jim Leukel and Bobby Hayes McKAY. REALTOR
was announced at the bus- Sunday. father James and: Uncle but Is improving. Mr. Sheets
Church 38s for the Indians Larry -
iness meeting that Kitty Mc- Bait: ARTIFICIAL ONLY: Howard went to the Oklawaha took Mrs. Sheets' Seeing-Eye munity Heights. at Keystone posted Turknett had a 42, and;Brett Keystone M"IKh.4ppr "I l ,

Glave will be the new Scribe Fees: $5 payable at Ship- River Saturday, and caught 31 dog Beauty to the hospital, and Cole, 45. John Roll was low for \ ii s.,il! ""'r\ i' ..
for the Golf Bulletin. man's before starting to fish Catfish, 41 Bream, 2 Bass, and she was able to go Into the
Lopez with a 42. 1 II l.f. Hs> HI' I I.lltC""f If HI'Mi
The Tenth Annual Woman'sChampionship Weight Station: Shlpman's 1 Jack-fish. lobby and talk to her faithful VET NEWSEffective

Tournament was Camp ONLYI! Griffin's Lodge (east shore companion. ( t' r.- 'in 1 Kitr.i ,
conducted by Gordon Bullock, going to label It Prizes: 1st. Prize $50 cash. Santa Fe): Mr. and Mrs. Charles Par- So far tills season, the Key-
assisted! by Kent Cantrell on 'Taxes'-and to Washington 2nd Prize $33 cash. 3rd Prlze- Griffin's had a good report dee enjoyed a visit from for- last month, the interest stone golfers have lost onlyto ASSOCIATES
April 3'and 4. Long time Club go $15 cash. for us this week. Things are mer friends In Skaneatles, N.Y. rate on Government Life Buchholz of Gainesville, and ,
for last Mm VI*P A J I.n: I'I 1
desperatetry Loans has changed Forest of Ocala.Keystone L4.4
Champion. Voncllle Ketch, re- Highest total Bass Weight looking up for us Fishermen. who are visiting several placesin Insurance
$10. Roy guided Harold Burton of Florida, as they plan to retire from 4 per cent to 5 per cent. Is lo. I I,7.J I '
M.T. Dixon, the Director of competing today L f H r.MM. .on 47c..IV4I' I II'
This Contest and they caught 5 here shortly. They are ..
Is Kentucky (
sponsored Affairs in I Florida Thursday) in the district meetat lint 1 L.r 4-.4"I ( "
jy the Santa Fe Area Wild Bass up to 6 1/2 pounds. Tues- visiting several places In Flo- Veterans Sliver Springs
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home life Association Dwayne F. day, Ro y guided Fred Green rida, as they plan to retire said with interest rate going Shores.
I Cowart President. and they caught a 7 1/2, a 7 here shortly. They are Mr. down all over the country,
1/4, and two 3-pounders. Wed- and Mrs. A.J. Studdmann of VA has seen fit to Increase
My uncle Howard Drad'>erry nesday morning, Roy, And Leon Jackson Heights, Long Island. the Interest rates on Government
STARKE has been visiting us for the Burton of Kentucky, caught 6 Mr. Studdmann Is retired Irom Insurance loans.

past two weeks now, and has Bass ranging In wp'ght. from Standard 011. Ills wife and 15 This new rate applies onlyto EDUCATIONIN
PHONE 961.6200KEYSTONE really been working on the 3 to 5 3/4 pound'1 Thursday, year old daughter plan to Join those loans made as a result

Bream, Bluegills, and Shell- P.T. Bennett of Jacksonville, Mr. S. during the daughter's of appll'-atlons! submitted
crackers. I'm talking about nice caught an 81/2-r.Hinder. Thurs- Easter Vacation. Their college on or u.ler Janiurj II, !10.1!

HEIGHTS ones too, not Punldn-seed. day evening, Roy caught an 8 son visited his father at Lake Existing loans remain at the
From his results, looks like 1/2 -pound Bass and 6 Soecs. Worth last week. o old rite of 4 per cent. BEGINNING TYPINGROOM
PHONE 17.1-3176: we're In for some dock-flsh- Saturday morning, Roy! caught "It Is emphasized that the

liw.; These fish in the picture a 7-pounder, a 5-pounder, anda First Baptist new rate applies only to new
were caught from our dock 3pounder. loans and In no way effects
\ last week, and the Oklawaha on That closes the live-well for Revival Starts loans on the books" Dixon
.. said. For Informition on your KEYSTONE HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL
Saturday.. Also Pictured, Is uncle this week fellers. So till next Easter Sunday VA ben
GI Insurance
or any
Howard and good luck!
holding a large week Good-bye
local County
efits, see your
I9h _.- 2-.___.r' First: Baptist of Keystone will Veteran Service Officer, an Officer CLASSES MEET

.w i begin a week-long revival on of the Veterans Administration Tuesday Evening, -1 To 1C P.M.
: ": Easter Sunday, April II, through or write Dixon at Post

.. 18th, with morning services Office Box 1437, St. Petersburg
!, .. '. each day at 11 a.m.and a covered 33731. SMALL REGISTRATION FEE
If dish luncheon afterwards (ex-

cept Saturday). Evening ser- Phone 473-4844
vice each day at 7:30: p.m. 0 .--. . . . .

The Nursery will be open and
staffed for all services.
Rev. Richard E. (Dick) Roberts .

will be the Evangelist. tr
He Is a graduate of Stetson o \ '
University and the Southwestern : ? Here's NEWS

Baptist Theological Sem- ;
inary. He Is an experienced TJV'
.4 pastor, and served for five ? THAT MAY CHANGE YOUR LIFE

; JF years as an Associate Sunday Asti /T/1q-; Ar you p.rpU..d,bwtdrd.) worried.
School in the 1-10-
; Secretary ( unahl to m l ale with conttd
rlda Baptist Convention. lie Is .. d.nco and toy?

.1 presently serving as Superintendent Charley kt Many similar poclHon have found
of Missions for the th. aiuwor to a ilmpl* faith 10 Cod
a .
You. loo. may lh p ac
What Place Could Be Safer To Black Creek and St. John's you M4 k. lh. happtn* lot which
River Baptist Association.Rev. Y you yvara. Iho solution to your problems
Keep Valuables Than A Bank? Roberts !Is highly respected In by attondina the. n.r.KK

this area for his dynamic John
Our Bank preaching. ,
Robin A. Thomas, who will About This Question I
At bank there Js a safety deposit box In
our conduct the music during the The real message of Easter .
a size to fit your needs. Rest assured that .your rir? + tt revival, is a college graduateand Is to keep faith to keep

valuables are completely safe when you leave themIn also a graduate of the striving for the better kind t 'I'V\J 1

our modern vault. New Orleans Baptist Theolo- of life. Just as Christ's glorious m'n

We have many other services, too. Servicesto IAr f gical Seminary. lie has served resurrection followed a
{ I JA.I churches in the fields of mu- period of mortal anguish and hl4T HAI'TIHT CIIL'HCII'
whole Consult
suit and family. us
you your /I sic and education since his suffering so too will our
soon on all your banking. needs. graduation from seminary lie glorious day come if we but A p R I I. hvyr+tuna' lU'luhtH. Florida

Is presently serving as minister persevere in "doing untoothersas

r of music and education at we would have others do .
the First Baptist Church of unto us". 11 18
KEYSTONE STATE BANKMembers Brooksville. Mr. Thomas has IANOrLIBT K>NO LIADI

scheduled special music for Charley E. MORNI" IERVICal "II19 A. 'I. IVCNINO SCHVICES 710PM.
I a..... .........,
I of the
some evenings,
l FJXI.C. Keywtone Height*, fla. ing a sextet of girls from his JOHNS AGENCY AIR CONDITIONED

"Your" FriwNflr Bank! In Tour Friendly home church In Brooksville YOU ARE INVITED NURSERY PROVIDED

CommeaJty." also the Youth Choir. Everyone 131 So. Walnut St. >_- TO ATTEND -
in the area is invited to
Z: 2i AnS attend all services. [Phone 964-5070 unuxj cuunu. rural

\nrl! S |1971) Tt.lii rinli I'upt' nI .


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LEGALS sal----- -- ( ).. : : F.n ;$ .. 't45Nr.;: ," ,$ti'lA -"'- 'HJ: eve 'P' I
-- -- ---- ; :ip .lE3tJ; :se R'r=.NT.,., $Vsl ;F; I4.t ,-, 'SlJ .

NOTICE en and Donna Gruen, his wife; .. The Clrral C.rt PfR9e1Jadl.ial 'I

'Ralph P, Bryan and Imogene ,b. Frew('I.Dr.ei.M.." Ot C..4rclvrb Pl.rlla II

Notice Of Hearing On Petition Bryan, his wife; Eugene F. : ACTION RElOl15

For Closing And Abandonment Shaw and Betty, Lou Shaw. HU James W Ca.>.MoN No...l..lOll. and Katll* 1I1991FIID: 101' GEl
Of A Designated Unused County wife; J.C. Sawyer and JoanneS. lean Thomas .MoNly. hit

Road Lying And Being In Sawyer, his wife; Mable Os- Wife Plalnlirr -.... Alt ,m..MJohnaon
and Dan Johnson 5. ,
ME 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Section ter and William Offer, her ,,,..b..nd. and Arlauna Maok.widow ,. .
SS, Township 7 South, Rang husband, and T.H. Slade and and Frederick Mask I .'1 .5 "

22 rida.Road East 100,"Bradford Lying East County of,State Flo- Flora petitionaof J. Slade, Ma wife t which said the and findant.N.u.' Qlorla....ArKnna O(Mack ialt Mack-.hi PravavtyTot *. wit. D*> i .'.!''f;=;1!!: ',e''I'o'. : ,. ;ep:_ cS=,t.L': ',. .;_9's.rt.. :. : ;W' I :J' .', e .atJ :{9, J't.j; ;I .r;;=, :IJ;: ; I

Toil nutlttmn Iliat
To. Whom It May Concern: Board of County, Commissioners an action tn the (ollowlnvpropory .
You will take notice that In held on April 5th 1971, In Bradford County.rinrldai FOR- RENT Modem S WI. SEMI: RETTtRED> man and wife CLOSING OUT &Enteraon color -

accordance with the provisions requesting that Mid Board close Tha South all (I) ....... of L't.1 81I 1 iai aYr room bou!e frnWhed. AW *aht jcfl ae -TfllartcwrttafceVor TV sets at reduced price: .

of Section 336.09 through 338.12. and abandon a portion of a the Nut of KTBH of BWU I lyiir il conditioned! oQ heaped BMtl bandy moo. High wage Dahmcrg Diaoount. .
JIoIIn"Cbarre ....
Florida Statutes, a public bear designated unused county road (,. 'W 101...t In of Hlata Section Road II. tOfl Town or ? with Mwnver and tub./ Deep not expected. Call 004-8057 or

ing will be held by the Board hereinafter described, renounce .hlo t outhIUnir" It Fast ".- if words) freeoe! : Dice/ farted tot next to>> write CttuarUe Oralum. Bt. 1 Gainesville Marina
of County Commissioners of and disclaim any right Inir, approvtmataly 148 feat Boa 439-C.: fitarke. !1Ia. 32091 .
Back word II To Q'OIbYaU. Oyde OcfttmCda.;
North and South by e1t feat aver : JIMMY MOORE'S Cobia Boots .
Bradford County, Florida In of Bradford County Florida, Ills
East: and RFD 2 Startca. 2tp tt
the County; Commissioners' and the public In and to the ".. teen filed. aralnet yea. Sib Extra Charge If not : SUN SPORTS Johnson Motors
Aronl.a Mack and you are re..ulr.d la advanceCLASSIFIED NEW,; : LLYII'1NU NOW
Room at the Bradford CountyCcwhouee land lying within Bald county, of your paid
to .eve a ropy
In Starke, Floridaon road laid unused county, road written ..f.n.... ir any to It. FOR SALE: 1969 Kbiwaakl TTROEIfri Lalu lots Key-; MOORE BOAT FOR I SPECIAL -

the 3rd. day of May, 1971 being described as follows: on the Dlalntlff. attorney.whoae I S !: DISPLAY B-90 motor cycle. Good( CtXtten. on. .store: Peony 1'armI. and
at 10:00 A.M. on the petition That portion of the South 30 Honorable name Oeorn and H."ddr Plarea."e |LU Per bcb < $225.00. Call 473-4589 at. Startca te0a. We tUoo need YOUR MONEY ALL HEW SKI RIG

of Rales and Eileen feet of South 579 feet of SW ... o. Box: laID Btarka, Flm-lila tor S-OQ: pin Itp large tracts any size. Small 15' Cobla Bow Rider
Starke Ph. 964-5791
ley ana file the orlnlnal with theoi.rk Memorials BMotaUoMProclamation .. i
I. Ida wife, which 1/4 of SE \\H, and SE; 1/4 of th. above. etyled courton _1M. Call Jante Q geyrer1eemmm
petition was spread upon the of SW 1/4. Section 26. Town OP t>efor. tile land day. of.. *, ete -7e word FOR RENT 3 fcednoont, 2 locally 033-m1. Complete Outboard A 50 H.P. JOHNSON :.
otharwla a Jo<1 bath
minutes of a meeting of said ship 6 South Range 22 East April mi .. Frank League. Jut Broker.
man! may b* entered ** lr f CARDS OP THANK l I Iso tfctlgI Stern Drive Service and Gator Trailer
Board of County, Commissioners lying between two county for tile relief demanded In Payne 9B4-6560. 388-9873 or :
words or less .. .....>.M 7634138.BUfrg Fiberglass
held on April 5th. 1971. requesting roads. the complaint or petition.Wltne ? &-20 Repair. Complete AU Far .
the home
... hand-and Bedroom. 2 bath -
that said Board close All Interested parties may eal of aald my Court on March It Each word over W-7o Just oomidetely remodekid. Repair. Custom- Plus Tu $1995See t

and abandon a portion of a appear and be hear at the time U1J.CBRAL. COTTAGE: PARENTS-Men Cot built Fiberglass Fishing
Located Road
designated unused county, road and place above specified. Gilbert) 8. Brown FAST TV & 8TERBO: RIG 100 Easy South lamS For'- latorznatfen on cad toga parents wanted. Some Boats. Lynn Hamilton
hereinafter described, and renounce Dated this 5th day of April Ae Clerk of ."leI Court PAIR. nee Plck- Married ooupke. and (nror en.
: and disclaim any rightof A.D. 1971.Board AM By Deputy Beulah Clerk M Moody S-lt 4t Ill limit! Dabmcr'e Discount IP. city 064-T10i. tfxxos Salary fains $347 per month Before You Buy

Bradford County, Florida, of County, Commissioners tfchg jfer person. 5 day ''week S hourder. WATER FRONT LOTS 1030 E. University At...
and the public In and to the land of Bradford County, ,FloridaBY --, Promotional opportunities

lying within said county road; !. Th* Clrmilt Co.r al FlorMa.a And. WANTED House IUD of fur. LEW'S State Retirement sick: leave FOR SALE! Gainesville

said unused county road being : -s- Gilbert S. Brown *kklbtk... Bradford Jedlclal Couty.Clrralt) l nituw; par caan. DalunervINaoount. WELDING SHOP Tacatlon, eta Please apply in On Crosby Lake. and Cnxy .

described as follows: Clerk of said Board in Ka: Petition o* WlllUm ) Uoh person only Personnel Office. take Canal. (Carol SO feet .
The South 66 feet of the North Clarendon Powell. Jr. tend aut".John.on
Powell his wife, for Whispering Pines .Mo- Bunland Center\ OatneavUte.Flai. ''W1d 8 foot deep) Located en
154 feet of the NE 1/4 of (Official Seal)
adoption of a minor. :. An equal opportunity employer State Road 100. 3 miles West
SE 1/4 of Section 35, Tow'ship ,- JII."". of Adoption. rteee.dln.UTot tel US 301 s. Phone
Parker tfchg ct Starte. PIa. Idea for vacation -
jamea -
7 South, Range 22 East It 961-8232:
reeldenc and addreee I*
wltoe : mettle borne or
lying East of State Road 100. unlcnown. = REDUCE safe and fast wit'sOoBeee
All interested parties You Are Hereby Notified that UTILITY TRAILERS Investment
Kjr I. Ta. Caaatr *ad.* e Care Petttloaera Taplata! A E-Vap
the above named Prices mart at $1, 93.00. $200
appear and be heard at the of Bndfard C;...ty. rl....... flied a adoption G CUSTOM BUILT "water'\ pllla" Andrew Phar!
time and place above speclllerDated Im 'Pr.b.t. N.. Dove atyled courtofornthee down and $35.00 month for 30
A In Re i Batata of Robert L. of the minor chllq GAS AND ELECTRIC macy. 6tp 5-13 months 8tt% simple Inters HOMES
this 5th day of
Batten Deceased.Motlo and are required
Cr.diior.An ect: ).
AD.1971. To lo .how cau.* why the EUNICE NURSERY
v .....
Board of County Coma i, outers of Robert creditor If. Batten of to, *...Ketata......4. should Inn a not b of* granted your written by. ifenee )*- METAL Azaleas In containers. 35c or Call 964-7701 8 am. to B AVAIUBUFOR

of Bradford County, Florida xr. hereby notified and reoulr- *.cofl any. 1AttorneyAfor Expert Reproduction TRAILER IIITCIIES 3 for $1,00, house plants and weekday. tf
.d to fit* any clalma or demand pm.
By: -sGilbert S. Brown which they may b.... Adlcln Fetltlonrra.Jr.111.. 8. W. Third' INSTALLED onion: plants. 2 miles N. of YOUR LOTX3,500
Clerk of said Board Said _'al. In th* Office FJoriaa. ani C. E. JACKSON
against of 8101'.t. OalneivUle., : la-itey on 301. Tumn at the LOTS 'FOR SALE: stance: GolfA
(Official Seal) of the County the orlflnal thereorwith
Bradford County florid In by flllnit: aald Court 1313 W. Madison Starke rtgn. ;Phone 782-3463' itfelur.. Country Club ready for
Itll. Courthoui. at Btarke. before'kMay 10.( Ulll
on or buildln on or for investment.
It Florida. within alx calendar otherwise a default may be entered MARRIED LADIES ream. extra
montha from the .lri.ct"I'I: :: against :you cranllnc. wta"vJlt'nSi NOTICEStarke money and new wardrobe Lots are approximately %a aCICI'O
NOTICE tion of thl* notlo :
and larger.! Paved roods
or r..I" wrltlna; \:: my hand and th. seat CARL BEGGS etiowlng Decline Faahtema.
l't'.f.: :
plao 1 of oIttark.. Bradford only 3 minutes from town.
Notice Of Hearing On Petition r..ldon".nd voatofflc ad- of aald Court In,Vlorhl.... UiH and Keystone Call 964-6893. Itp
County. Price tort at $1295.00. $200
For Closing And Abandonment .b*...sworn. of th to. claimant by th.and claimant must ..rand day 04 April. 1911. Gulf Service Heights area Customers down and $35.00 per month. '1600 $O. FT. I

Of A Designated Unused County or HI* attorney or 8SlrtoftS.PC.oult!: CourtBBpoty USED PARTS .
Gall 964-7701. 8 ajn. to S p.m.Uchlr
In void OF
Road Lying And Being It Iww 4.4t 411Retire Top Prices for Wrecked Can Hastings Mattress BARRETT
SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 and SE 1/4 Earl; nu Dstt.nEARL. Clerk
21 Hour Wrecker Serrloe. and Upholstery LIVING AREA
Town- urn.
of SW 1/4. Section 26.
ship B south! I. Kange ;22 East, Xiecutor If Batten of th deoeaaed..E.tat.ot Rot.Sit *'IttiO.. ; T.Real.tee Wa..*> Fuel Oil Water Conditioning O.C. Carnes Nursery
FItMloua .
Bradford County, Florida Kua-en F ahaw" I. hereby given that Vied Cars 710 St. Johns Are.PALATKA and Pump Co.
K.. 6HArW, Notion '
inbudnu.a Thousands of Plants
To Whom It May Concern: the under.lan.d are engaged CALLSLADE ;
141 West Call BtreaiBurke. under the flctlllou RWJ' Ml/ N. Waldo4M1W8 ,
You will take notice that In ProrldaAttorney A .oclatd Southern 130 Court Street Fruit Trees Shade Trees,
accordance with the provisionsof for m..aut-op- iltlTwrlShU. PO. Box 1. Brook.i4I1n Is Open AgainFURNITURE Evergreens, Camellias
March 15
Phone 9615832PLUMBING
First Publication it k
S.ctlon336.09 through:336.12 and '
MU : : w'm.nt.o Clerk ot 'Azaleas, Roses
pubUchear- ..u 4. 4-,
Florida Statutes a Court In and for
will be held by !the Board the Circuit County. '> pu. Most in cans. plant An1t1meLANDSCAPING
ing Bradford .;JW5.. .* SEWING MACHINE- Cleaned.' Repaired RefiniahedRetipholstered I
of Count, Commissioners of uant to Section '
)- oiled and adjusted In :your HOME
Bradford County, Florida In SUPER STICK Vinyl PlMtlo "I t.'wISKl: .U. Bnlp.aalnvlll In1. N.1'1.111. home. 500. Vacuum cleane Water Conditioners M Ml. S.E. of Starke. Hwy. 100 !

the County Commissioners'Room Letters all sizes color Permanent 'lath na-third Drive) Int.re4 t. repairs slio. All wot* euanujte. NEW MATTRESSES and Pumps Florahome 659-2185

at the Bradford County, for use on wood. (lass.plaiUo. Lora C.:: Wood Brotokar, ria. *4.< Dennla IB. Coggln. Phone WELL DRILLING SERVICES i
Courthouse in Starke, Floridaon paper metal leather enn-third':Jones" > *r"tBrook.,, Itm."SatV 4311428. tfelte FREE ESTIMATES Sales and Rentals FOR SALE-20 acres on paved ,

the 3rd day of May. 1971 at ANYTinNOI Bradford County 11111 Int.,."" highway. 3 .bedrooms, 1H bath
Call Collect 328.2144
10:00: A.M. on the petition of this Ith day BradfordCounty Ar.t.A.p" Repair Department home. $7.500 down. $10.000
L.K. Whitehead and May Belle releirapH.) UPREOPENING IITt, ...rk.4-1 4t ..,. FOR RENT! -Trailer space) ), largo 24 Hour Service balance. $96.50 mood Call For Information

Whitehead his wife; Harry Gru- lots In Lawtey. Marvin Rosier. Bill Porwell. R.E. Broker 8S46484. -
Retire, ef ....a loai. T. 782-3653. 964-6214. Can Jacksonville .
nealeter FI* HI oe Name
le hereby lvn that J"DSHINO WORMS FOR SALE Collect

the Notice undersigned( under. the Red and Agrlcan wigglers.Dlxoat's FHA or Conventional financing 7814Q55
I9.05Sflvva WATSON'SHouse '
'- .lot sFloridaC Act: of "' SEWINGMACHINE Worn Farm, K.glway: on new Brick 3 bedroom 1

will rarleter with th* Clerk 16. 1 ml. -wrat of S lI BLUE GRASS SPECIAL .and for of Vacuum!
or Bradford the Circuit County.Court Florida In upon weekdays 904-5688. 2tp .-8 room and fcmUy!! room Home

proof) wf t>ubllcath>n of .this (Many brand of new vacuums Will bake sade-1D. Call Bu-
COUNTRY MUSIC PARK notice of the. fictitious*. Sheet"*"Metai> of $39.00 up. Used machines front WE SERVICE all appliances. ford Mitchell, Phone 964-6760. Pantie Hose
Rooflnr Sales and Service
3 Rebuilt nppl acres for saJe.-
&,. under which 1 am .""./I50,[ S10. Expert Itepalns ..U makee. P. O Box 238 St In busin..a oat RI Box PFAFF NECCIII Clen'g Appliance! & Service Co. Bit Grad.
FLA. and Accessories for all
South <8tark Fla. New Home 9B4-BOS7. tfchg! FOR SALE: 5 piece Dinette.:
iVAl"Jimmy- Wilson SoU own Built In Central vacuum
Taouums. Any Size Any Color
good condjflon: : $15. Phone
7 MI. NORTH OF STARKE OH' 301 HIGHWAY -t>ated this It" day Bradford cleaning easterns. 712 N. Universal A. J, Thomas Registered Real 964-GG92 or 064-6578 It

A.D. iltlt, S..k.. .. Main OalnMvllle 378-7110 $49:50: Estate Onokor. Specializing tn
t. t& $3 Pair No. !
GRASS COUNTRY & GOSPEL MUSIC Dowel: Appraisals for Eata. eB. IrxUvlduala < .
BLUE Parts & Repairs on BUILDING
8 TRACK TAPES new 14.50 and Corporate Owners. $2 Pair No. !

!. ...... CaeiBty: Jm..t.'. Caarlo wtttt a trade In At Dahmen all other Make Ma Alno cenc-r.l real tstaite bus Approximately 3COO Sq. Ft. Pair No. !
Family EntertainmentIN Bradford Ceaalr. FI..I_ Discount. chines.NATIONAL including: A-C Office AJacont: $1 -
iness. Years experience
Thirty :
!. Fraeata Na. / To Ry-Ry Rnmp for Truck
In Ke: Batat of Robert, t* in Florida land matters. Tel.
Batten. Deceased. INTERSTATE: MOBILE Home ifiaOLns $18,500 Terms 2 Pair for $1- Yes
064-5701. St>.u-ke. Florida<> tf chg CALL
NOTICE OF PRODATBTo moving in PU. Call H4-56M.
PERSON All Peraona Intereeted In tfch 611 W. Univ. Ave. HOUSE OF
The Estate Of Said Decedent t $ BILL POWELLBROKER ; MILO
You are hereby notified 378.1355 FOR SALE: 19G4 Dodge V-8.
Stars of R.cord ,Radio* and TV that a written Instrument p rporllna (TOMATO & COLLARD plants Lowtey
li&rcltop, raicUo.: heater, ,
K.n Cloths Merry Mountain Boys of Robert: to L b* Batten the Last decened wilt far ode. Aaron/ ) Holly. 1508 clean low mileage, good con p-s 964-6464 964-6810 3TCHG

Sounds of Blue Grass bas been .admitted to probat Old Lerwtey Road. Phone dition. H. Padgett. GrtfflsLnop. tfcht;
In this Court. You are hariuyommajided
Don O'Nlel' Johnny Thompson within .Ix l calendar 964-7528. 2tp 4-8 ills ACREAGE TRACTS
months from the eI..l.. of the
Birch Family Plus Many MonaNONPROFESSIONALS first: publication of thla notice FOR RENT: tots, for traders PUMPSNEW :FOR RENT: Small unfurnishedcob 5 acres piveil road 1 male of LU2ER
to appear In thla Court and only. Call Beasle Crews. arke! 300000. 662 acre,
U can nice locate land! for
show cauw any you age: n,
action' or"thl "Courtin i tfehg paved re,.-d. 4 mites! of Stacko
why the : 964-7315 after 7:00: pm. srnrden. No children no pets: COSMETICS I AMISALES'PEOPLE \\ICS
6 Before Show admitting said Will to 'II' AND USED 350000. 20 R: rci' *',
Audition p.m. Friday should not stand unravo Ideal foi4 retired couple. Phone
RENT Furnished close
Date acme timber! I mile of Stnrke, NEEDEManog.m.nt
FridayApril 238:00 P.M. "THDRON A. TAWV.County In 2 bedroom er dboge. Also.pertinents. SALES B64-SB01 alp 4-13 price $600.00 on are:: .40 acres' ,

County.Judge Florida In and for Vealfor a \ W. H. Nollman. PARTS' SPECIAL Two pert & pesky: en U. S. 301 sort distance of Opportunities 'I':

Saturday -April 24 -2 P.M. & 8 P.M. Clerk '" C. EremclerJJUOIONIB tfchg' SERVICE 8 week! old Parakeets.. New Starke. Price $550.00 an acre. OpenUnlimit.d

P. KHAW FOR SALE Space: Heater', Deep and Shallow Wells blue> : global: coce. Bar feed, Most( cf hroa( :! can bo purchased : .

ADMISSION THIS WEEK ONLY Clarke.142 Wet PlorldAttorney Call Street Bud'\ : drum and stand 145.00. Water Softeners and Instructions: : etc. $21 value for on (terms. A. J. Thomas, TerritoryCall
for !senate? $14 99. Phone 9B4-5801 1tchlf Rat l'cr. Tfrl: ((104-5701 tf
I Adult $1.00 -- Chlldr.n F,.. Under 12 First' Publication. March II.U" Monet Electric: Organ and FiltersPlumbing Today 964-5616
Bench $2500, RalelghOoederButtery .
FOR RENT Furnished apartiiient. -
Good Clean Country Music EntertainmentIn ..11 4t ..1 Tape recorder t20.00. Supplies living room, teJ- Louise Stern
end Books
Beginners Guitar room, kitchen and dinette
The Old Barnr $15.00, Baby Bed and Mattrem EXPERT SERVICE ON tfchg Miller Brown Manager

$13.00. Fonrbl" : white imported ALL MAKES 3T

lace and hoop 4500. MorganRcallty PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE AUTOMATIC WASHERS: and

Shop 964-7004 Itp dryer in four color at Dab [IIIIII'![![ ,

---- -- -- My Neighbors mere Dlaoount.

THERE i ARE ALMOST I COLOR TV as low as $10.91 PUMP & SUPPLY>> CO. Volkswagen
I per month at Dahmers nsct.: FOR RENT Small turnishedIxxuee WeRepair

II I DEALERS I Ii' II1D pr couple, liable-!M. A.for Payne Individual! PX New A. Vied t.V).

I 1,000 I DATSUN I i 2HNCH ADMIRAL color 664-&560.; tfchg Sales Service: 'WI '

REGENT (used) TV with new picture
1 MI. North of TIr. MaD
tube. DaJuner* DiIootID. U INSURANCEAT




I jI O S Bedroom $3,895Veteran's On Homes and AereMe.Wntln B\1In\ _UM

FomUhed *. -Btnout Realty.: IUv. Glass Shop
MONEY..e I Broker 2117 N. Temple Are. FOR RENT -IT wide 2 bedroom
t Loans! ADDING
& Ph. 964-6609 flUlto. 1'1a. trailer outside city:
Carpet Throughout limits J. B. White. 9C411. Glass
I 'Tlllu thin bunch of money

I WERE THE CLOSEST down| to the store dear and OLIN'S MOBILE FOR SALE N /mr thick er tUdW For mf MACHINES

1 get $2 worth nl scroc"rlt'II:' block home. on roar' IsmL Ha
HOME SALES money down As low as *S.OO All CARS and TRUCKS

per month. BovOng! Ad 339. Taking applications foi Installed While-U-Walt
Starke. Fla. 100
WJ.P GAINESVILLE j jI Young America Corp. of Tlar-" Custom Vinyl Auto Tops OFFICE 8UPPUX9TYPCWRITCM

Sea 11&V7_ er FHA-235
I A Hole In Your Roof EUNICE NURSERY!: (0481M.ftp 4-tI 1017 N. Main G'Tffle

Tomato, pepper) era plant.Mortals New Brick 3 and 4
1 1I Or A ) blueberry: ptant, FIRST TIME: OFFERED Bedroom Homes ADDING MACRINCamdford :

I. .. i ornamental dvrubi Jnitt One cf the nicer home in Call for Details -....... .:
& J : "E'J
Godding Clark DatsunDOWNTOWN 1 tree 2 milee No. of Lanrtey/ tara S B-R. OenftnU Heal

I on 301. turn at lgn. 7KJ-348J. end Mr Carpet. Many Ex- Low' Down Paymentand ,'1 n,4 .:::.::::. "

.,. I tfch g - Moderate Monthly; 17 ONN ILL ROMy1, 1NC Count)

SHOPPING( AREA 1 ROOF MANAGER Trainee. out- pofctoient onVr. Payments! t

.12nd) A".. <. 2nd St. S. I. 4300 N.' W. 441 'J & J Roofing Co. Icing reraonoMty. over 31.tolo CALL LONGCHAMP Td graph Ii
'to meet! the publlo and BILL POWELL' HOMES

haiva own eve. Good Satary and ...... ....-...
: BRING THIS AD ; WE'LL FROVS. IT Phone 9o4-o778
: benoftt Soutihero! Dlodowat 9M-4464 9M-8WO 1/l Iodr..-,. CLASP ENVELOPES all PHOIfB fMtt.
Hiway 301 South Company US N. Walnut ,St .
.a TF I tualy Flew ,does.Bradford County Tele
'_-..------ --- - -.. 964-9010 Jtch* .
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