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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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April 15, 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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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. 38 Thursday April 15, 1971 Copy

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Bradford High Principal -

Favors Ralph Diggs said

Wednesday afternoon he Council Kills
is still in a position to

take the BHS principal-

BuildingA ship for a fourth year ifan

I acceptable offer is

New made him Speed Limit

"Yes and no," Dlggs said
when asked If there has been
any change In his employment
MarketA status. The BUS principal said Increase BidA

h. has not signed an official
contract to be principal of Ham
resolution ilton County High School In Jas-
askingthe per. He has signed a letter bid for uniform 25 miles per hour speed limits alj

rebuilding of the asking him if he would reject over town was killed by the Starke City Council at its

recently burned Starke or accept the Hamilton meeting Tuesday, April 6.
State Farmer's Market County( offer, Dlggs said but

has been voted drawnup It amounts to a gentlemen'sagreementt. Police Chief Ken Fuqua made limits which most Interested

by the Board of 1 ; that recommendation after surveying the council. Fuqua made the
Governors of the Brad- the city. The recom- suggestion after clocking drivers -
a No discussion has been held mendation came In a letterto on most Starke streets
ford Chamber of rR
N"rMw concerning his employment in the council which also Included with 10 and 15 mph limits. Tic-
merce. Hamilton County, Diggs says : the refacing of street kets were given In cases of
such as salary, or when 110 signs, and other Items in the flagrant violations such as 25
will go to work.Hamilton chiefs monthly report to the or 30 mph In a 10 mph zone.
A resolution asking the rebuilding r council.
of the recently burned R County Supt. James But It was the suggestion to In presenting fuqua's case
Starke State Farmer's Market L, Dunaway Jr. said Tuesday abolish all 10 and 15 mph speed to the council:: Mayor Carl Hurst
has been drawn up by the Board that Dins has slimed a state- said the idea was that the cityis
of Governors of the Bradford ment saying he has accepted making drivers violate the
Chamber of Commerce.The tile Hamilton County position speed limits with the 10 and
He received the signed state- Berry 15 mph limits. Most everybody
market perhaps be rebuilt ment of acceptance In the mall drives faster than that nowadays -
on a smaller scale than Friday, Dunaway said Dunawayalso Volume Mayor Hurst said (the
the old one which went up In said he has Diggs' formal police chief feels.
1938 In the hey-day of farming application on file. But Councilman Jimmy llo-

In Bradford County, the These Prize Bradford vegetables and fruit were exhibited at the Drops wen felt the speed limits should
governors felt. But they also winning As far as he knows, Duna- be left as they are. Increas-
stated that farming still hasa recent county fair by the Ag Department. 1970 Strawberry Queen Mary way said, Diggs will be the ing the 10 and 15 mph limits
place In Bradford Countyand Ann Barton poses with the prize winning exhibit. principal of Hamilton County Price OK would simply make drivers feel

felt farmers should have Combination!f (Editor's Note: We saw George the exhibit after High In 1971-72. lie said Dlggs they would have license to
a place to market their produce the fair Wonder if he ate those fine commodities?)? has done an "outstanding job" drive that much faster, the
at Bradford councilman said. Several of his
High and that Dlggs Only 6,500 flats of strawberries -
philosophy of education coincides were shipped from the colleagues agreed, and Fuqua's
"Anytime you move Che mar. with Dunaway's, as far Lawtey market during the past Idea didn't get too far.
ket away from the farmers as he can tell. week, according to Market Man- Bowen said the low speed

you're doing them harm,Jack But! Dlggs made it clear Wed- ager Bob Allen. limits were needed in certain
Hazen said The poultry man definitely
felt the market should Long Glad Ratio Study Out nesday he Is still open and Prices held up well due to areas to protect children play-
be rebuilt., would accept a fourth year of the scarcity of berries and ing and walking to school.
employment at Bradford High. the high demand, however. The council asked Street Supt.
"It's a backward step If we He said it Is "my thinking" Average f.o.b. price was $3.75 S.R, Hicks to begin a system
don't have one," said Jimmy that Job acceptance "Is something with one small lot of fruit replacement of street signs
Peek, president' of the Florida But Faces More Problems that has become very selling for $4.80. which need replacing.The .
Bank at Starke. But, Peek add- lax and loose in the teaching Volume dropped 4,000 flats council also agreed to

ed, many; farmers didn't use --- -- profession- only In Floridabut from the previous week, anda grant McDuff Applalnce a 'loadIng -
the market. "I I bet 50 per' cent In Arkansas" (Oils home total of 7,000 flats from the zone for their new locationon
of the strawberries don't come When a Leon County; circuit ance be given. The figures will out that in recent years the "The 1 prospective home buy- state.) volume two weeks ago. The West Call Street an !ltlR-
within a mite of It." Judge ruled last week that the be brought up again at next legislature has gone on record er or home builder today is drop was due to the almost gested by I Fuqua,
controversial Howze Associates Tuesday cabinet meeting Long reducing the Inventory tax from plagued by high interest rates, Many times he has teachers 2-1/2 Inches of rain and the In other action, the ( oun-
"I think we could get by with "ratio survey" of Florida said Gov. Askew said. 100 to 25 per cent. They also high building costs, and high to agree they will come to brisk 42 degree weather last cll:
.something smaller, but I thinkIt tax assessments was invalid, The meeting In Tallahassee pointed out that agriculture en- material costs," the assessors work! for him, Diggs says, then week. Fruit was slower to rip -Was pressed by ( ouncllman
should be rebullt," ald Max- Bradford County Tax Assesor left the assessors still up In Joys favorable tax treatmentas said. "Payments resulting from back out before signing an official en and some of it rotted on Hilly !Nocgel; to divide Die recent -
Ie Carter Jr., Chamber pres' Gene Long probably smiled to the air, Long says, but at the a result of the so-called these factors make It almost contract. the plant from the wet wea- 10 per cent Increase In
ident-elect. Bill Eppe, president himself and muttered a know- same time they received assurance "green belt law." Agricultural impossible for the average cit- "It ther, forcing growers to throw utility rates up between the
of the Community Bankat ing, "I told you so." from Governor Askew land in Bradford County, izen to buy or build a home probably shouldn't" be that away a large amount of fruit. gas and electric charges The
but it is
Starke, echoed Carter's That la exactly what Long that some leeway will be given for instance, is assessed at under conditions existing to- way The Bradford, Dlggs said. Volume should begin to pick charge has been placed on electrIcal -
statement.All has been saying ever since them in preparing their 71 33 o. Long said day." stiff administrative back up at the end of this rates, but !Noegel; said
the Howie ratio figures, based rolls will apparently assumes Diggs week and next week, If nothing the council promised when he
the farmer's he's talkedto largely on an assessments-to- Long says that even though take the Hamilton County happens, the volume should begins voted for tile Increase to have
seem to feel the market sale-price comparison in each his ratio was above state aver- Job.received Supt Tom Casey said he to peak, Allen says. the gas department take part
: should be rebuilt, said Clyde of Florida's 67 counties, were age, he recognizes that his assessment a phone call from Mexico and Plant City; are of the Increase.Chairman .
I Terwillegar, local Ford dealer. released several months ago. roll has some weak a. Dunaway that DIggs had accepted almost out of the picture this
the !Nell; Tucker
Long agrees that the sale spots and he intends to elimi- position.. season, Allen said but California asked
Clerk Merrill 1 Edwards to find
t! But the governors also seem price of property is one fac- nate these on his 1971 roll In Casey so Informed School and loulslana are beginning out if the city's billing machinecan
tor in setting assessments but order to avoid trouble with to ship now.
to feel that something shouldbe Board Chairman Rodney Hall be programmed to dIvide
it is only one of eight criteria any more state-sponsored sur- I Iauo
done to encourage more and Board Members Blaine the rate increase and to report -
I year-round operation of the set forth by the state as veys in that might be forthcoming r fsr Thompson and Seeber Goodmanat back to the council at
market. Some noted it was used guidelines for Florida asses the future. a special meeting Tuesday its meeting next Tuesday \-

,I and recently only for strawberries its sors.ratio The almost Howze firm entirely based on He acknowledges that some afternoon. Bids High pril 20.
sale price alone, Long declares. of his lakefront property assessments Hall and Thompson were the
I "Sale Is are too low in relation two board members that votedto -Was told by City Attorney
(Con't'on 4)) price not a true Indication On BMS
page sale George Pierce to expect no
to current price
of actual value becausea j pass a resolution In a 2-1
of such property. For instance, relief in the near future on
piece of property might sell vote last week putting Supt.
natural rates.
for more than its true value, some property; on Santa Fe err Casey on notice that the school Addition the Increased gas
or even less, depending on circumstances Lake is now assessed as low 1 board will reject any recommendation Pierce met with attorneys of
," Long said. as $50 a front foot, while sales to replace Dlggs. other cities with thelrownpower -
'..a in the area indicate that simIlar Hall the chair Vice- plants in Tallahassee recently -
Long was going on the assumption L. gave up Rids on a special education
to hear Washington-
that he should be "In property; is selling for chairman Seeber Goodman to facility addition to Bradford
; Sam Spefcel, an expertin
the clear" ratio-wise, since $100 a footAnother second Thompson's motion and Middle School were opened by torney natural negotiations.
he was given a rating of 86 inequity in hi* pre- pass it over Board Member the Bradford School Hoard last gas
per cent on his assessmentsin sent assessments Long said, II.A Lawson's lone negativevote. Thursday, but appeared too Spelgel said there. are many
Bradford County; by the Howze is too-low value on unimprovedland 'Mr. Arch' RetiresArch Board Member Charles high problems in (the sale of natural
ij .WnWn (irtier!! study, while the state averagewas that is lying Idle and not Sawyer was not present due to Trlest Construction Co of gas and ways will have to be
83 per cent. used for any purpose at all. a business trip he had to maketo Keystone Heights was apparent found to solve them. florida
I> However, since the Howze Such land cannot qualify for Ellington, dean of the Bradford County rood crew Atlanta. low bidder at $104.724 for the has no legislation to controlthe
Family Night ratio study has been declared an agricultural assessment and a matter at operating a roadgradcr, has retired after $46,501) square foot brick structure sale of natural gas In the
invalid by a circuit court Judge, A special school board meet- slated to stale !Tierce said.
Long said, and will have to be 44 with the county go up adjacentto
Chicken Dinner the matter Is still very much assessed In relation to Its cur- years Ing Is set next Tuesday, April the present middle school Spelgel. Pierce said, named
"up in the air," and was a rent sale price. According to Mr. Arch, as he is known was honored on his retirement 20, at 7:30: p.m. for Supt building. But the school Hoard three avenues through which
Sponsored By major topic at the State Cabi- deeds recorded, most unImproved with a steak dinner at the fairgrounds last Wednesday, Casey to give all his annual has been giving only $90,000 In the gas rate Increases can be
net meeting Tuesday. land in the county; April 7, given by member of the Road Department. Employees contract personnel recommendations state special education funds to Investigated: I) by bringing the
8th 'Grade Middle Long was one of 48 tax assessors is now selling for around $300an of the department presented Mr. Ellington with a : to the School Board. build the structure. cases before the I ederal Exchange -
present at the cabinet acre, Long said, and must watch. Casey has not publicly said The bids were taken under advisement Commission, 2)) takingthe
School l Students meeting Tuesday to ask that now be assessed realisticallyin whether or not he will recom- and turned over to cases to the Federal Power
some tolerance or leeway be accordance with its selling mend Dlggs who Is on annual Architect Don Morgan to anal- Commission under the raft-
Wand Parents given assessors in preparing price. Only property that is contract and due to come up !ze. Morgan asked for time to Hartley act, and 3)) filing suit
their 1971 rolls due In a few used for bonaflde agricultural for approval for continuing con- find out, If he can, why the in federal District Court for
Friday, April 16 months. The reason for the operations can qualify for the Cars Hit On Curvethe tract if he Is recommended.By bids came in high. damages caused the city and
concern Long explains Is that lower agricultural assessment, law, Casey has to recommend Board members seemed to state.
1 5 7:30 the State Revenue all annual contract per- Spelgel told the city; attor-
: P. M. Departmenthas the assessor said. Eddie Lee Moss received Sumner car sliding sideways feel if something can't be doneto
come up with figures that sonnel to the board for re- bring the price of the build- neys that legal fees for the 17
and bruises 45 feet into the left front
scrapes Sunday afternoon
Followed By each county; assessor would lie expects adjustments in employment eight weeks priorto ing down to the$90,000 they have cities to fight the gas rate
as the car In whichhe end of the Harper vehicle.
these the end of the school increases will
have regular from $100-!
: to meet to have his 1971 two categories to add available there will be no alternative run
Entertainment'And rax roll approved by the state several thousand dollars to his was traveling, crashed into Eddie Moss was traveling In term. That date Is April 21. but to forget the 000 to $200,000. Starke's share)
Open HouseProceeds Auditing Department. present total $48,121.120 In outside another on dirt road two miles the Sumner vehicle which receIved Dlggs said Wednesday that ject. will be 1.4 per cent of that
Under' the new figures Long taxable property. Starke. $300 of damage. The if it comes down to it, he'll Forrest Hills Construction amount, or $1,400 of the legal -

Will Go says, his tax roll would haveto According to the Florida Harper automobile received be forced to take another Job Co. was a close second to fees would amount to $100-
go up by $7,600,000 in 1971. ASSESSORS OBJECTAt Highway Patrol, a 1968 Chev- $400 of damage. to provide for his family. But Trlest with a bid of $104,856 000.The
For :Class Trip Reasoning of the Revenue De- their recent state meet- rolet coach driven by ClarenceD. he added: Brown Construction Co. of Florida Municipal Utili-
partment apparently is, Long Ing, Florida assessors voted Harper, 58, Starke, was FISH FRY AND: SOFTBALLThe "I've got a lot of friends Gainesville, now building an addition ties Association has employed
I.c-o.. Says, he obstenslbly would haveto unanimously to ask the 1971 traveling East on a dirt road here.. I'd let it hurt Just a to Bradford High, was Jacksonville Attorney Tracy
: .'" Increase his roll by 16 percent Legislature to increase home- while a 1963 Dodge sedan driv- Recreation Department little bit Just to keep from thired at $109,620. Denis to fight the case for
m lllrlfg(:( to get to 100 per cent as stead exemption to $10,000 as en by Clayton Augustus Sum- Softball League will sponsor hurting them." Other bids came from Nelson the K.VfUA, Pierce said.
pmmunity a Fish Fry and night of soft-
the Revenue Department figures a means of relief for "Florl- ner, 16 of Starke, was To override Supt Casey's Construction Co. of Jacksonville -Was told by Chairman Nell
**t*tr Sankxlllli It, da'i over-burdened home own- approaching from the west. ball exhibition games Satur- recommendation, the School $155,945; Home Constru- Tucker that bids on the new
However, the 48 tax assessors ers," day, April 24. Board must reject the recom- ction Co., $116,480, and Jenkins engines for the city; power plant
"' ; -n.i. ..ue present Tuesday were assured As Justification for its act- The Sumner vehicle was hugging The events will take placeat mendation three times. Then Construction Inc., $117- will be opened at the June) I
** Askew Ion in the inside of the curve Westslde Park Athletic the board employ a council
.1" by Gov. Reubin that advocating the doubling may man meeting
-.. .... c.;.. the of homestead and failed to give 1/2 the roadto Held. The Fish Fry will begin Its annual 624.
Revenue Department figures exemption for all on own on an con- Trleit's low bid figures out
will be analyzedand some toler- citizens the Harper vehicle. Both at 5:30 p.m. and will be tract basis. (See Page )
the assessors point cars applied their brakes with served until 7 p.m. to $22.55 per square foot.

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Mr and Mrs. Joseph J.Lamb Mrs. Jeanett Alkire gave an
announce the engagement of Easter egg hunt and party Saturday tq
their daugher, Donna, to BryanW. afternoon for her grand-
:i .i;. : Greene, son of Mr.and Mrs. daughter! Christa Moody, and
Cfcdyi Moot I Pfcoos) W-7M8 n Ralph B. Greene, all of Starke. Sherry Tyler. ,
Miss Lamb is a 1970 graduate The yard was gayly decorated .m i
Society Editor of BUS. Mr. Greene graduated In the Easter motif. The seven f
In 1964 from Brormnn High little friends en loved hunting
IIiry : School and Is now serving in eggs and had refreshments -' '
rjl the US Army.No Mrs. Alkire was assisted by ,Ma'coou are celebrating spring in their kitchen with
-.. -- -' -,. -- and fondness for natural food
date has been set for the Mrs. Elsie Onnond.Duplicate natural foods. The fashion I Ia
\ wedding. spreading fast and old-fashioned molasses is right',at the top
of the list. Make cookies that Dame Nature herself,might have,
Beta Sigma Phi 2 ServicemenGet designed to celebrate spring. The natural sweetener molasses,.,
Bridge flavors as well al sweetens the batter and such natural, foods as',
Holds Pledge Send ( ll : Gaskins-Backus Winners Named rolled oats, !grated! carrot and raisins help produce a wonder:
Off r 'tj.
i { ful, old-fashioned texture. The whole family will find these
Engagement Told highly-nourishing, delicious cookies a fine way tot discover{ that
Ritual Dinner spring .is here! Serve the cookies with Taffy Milk. made by.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilson Mr. and Mrs. F.N. Clark stirring a tablespoon or two of old-Ca hioned molasses into a.
''Members of Gamma Theta gave a gotng-away party; Wed- II Ss' were the winning couple at Du- glass of milk. ;."
'Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held nesday night of last'week at Mr. and Mrs. T.G. Gasklnsof plicate Bridge Tuesday night Sprint; Cookie*
I their Pledge Ritual and dinner their home on Road 16 for their Lawtey announce the engage- where there were five tablesIn V4! cup shortening Vt teaspoon salt
:Monday evening In the Pecan son, Joe, and Richard Sapp, ment of their daughter, Mary play, at the Pratt Street V4! cup sugar 74 teaspoon soda .
Room of the Garden Restaurant. who left last Friday for the Catherine, to Charles Steven Recreation Center. V4 cup old-fashioned 1 teaspoon. baking'powder
'jThe Ritual Table was cen- National Guard camp fit Fort Backus of Gainesville, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Musso- molaaaes 1 cup grated carrots or
tered with an arrangement of Jackson. S.C. Mr. and Mrs.William F.Backus line were second; Jim Curing- 1 egg grated raw sweet' '
yellow roses In a black vase, The party; was held In the of Charleston W. Va. ton and Curtis Sanders were rcup 1 sifted non-fat flour dry milk potatoes raisins '
,flanked by black Luring tapers. yard where hamburgers and 1 The wedding Is planned for third; and Mrs. Edward Burns V4 cup teaspoon each nutmeg 1%/< 'cup cups rolled oats'and "
The candlelight Pledge Ritual welnor roast were enjoyed by + Y+t f f"9 4 May I at 8 p.m. at Evergreen and Mrs. F.J.Shawweretourth. cinnamon
.was- read by Mrs. Buck Nor- Baptist Church near Lawtey '
man, assisted by Mrs. the 23 friends of the two young with a reception at the home Cream together shortening sugar, molasses ant cgs. Sift to
Clark. Philip men. The refreshments were of the bride's parents.All Mr. and Mrs. David Christo- gether non-fat dry milk, flour, spices salt baking oda and baking
served from a picnic table covered pher and daughters of Fitzgerald powder: stir into creamed mixture. Adds prated turret or sweet-
and relatives
The new Pledges: Mrs. Harold friends are Ga. were weekend potato, raisins, and rolled oats; mix well. Drop by level table.
Davis, Mrs. 'Wayne Dnna- with a pink and blue linen 11.. 1''a ,? Invited to attend. guests of her parents, Mr. and spoons on a lightly greased! cookie sheet. Bake in 400F. oven''
hoo, Mrs. Charles Flynn Mrs. cloth and centered with a punch ? Mrs. C.L. DInkIns. 10 minutes. YIELD: 6 dozen cookies.IRESEASON.
,Allen Lewis and Mrs. WayneWynn howl.Mrs.
were nrftnent with their L.C. Sapp assisted In ----
'pledge pins and long stemmed serving. "
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Tour Set For d
Homemaker 1i; co 41;
Camp St. Mark's WomenThe ,

Set For June 1.3 I II I
Women's Guild of St. II
Mark's will meet Tuesday, A- I
The Homemaker's Club met pril 20, at the home of Mrs.
last Thursday morning at the William Hood at Camp Bland-
home of Mrs. Lola Johnson Ing.
with Mrs. Ina Ellis, president The Chapel there will be open r ;, SA.Hon !
'.prerJdlng. at 11:45: a.m. for a conductedtour u'
Mrs Johnson gave a report prior to the meeting. DIrections -; :
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on the Homemakers booth at will be given to the
the 'Fair and also announced Hood home after the tour,wherea
the Homemaker's camp will short business meeting and held June 1-3 at Camp Mc- lunch will be held at 12:30: p.m. Pretty Bradford Strawberry Queen Anne Terwlllegar was

During the social hour refreshments off and traveling this week as the headed with her family
were served by the BIRTHS to a two week vacation in Hawaii and San Francisco. .
hostess to the 12 members and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hicks, It isn't A prize for being elected Strawberry Queen, Though new Carrier air
one new member, Mrs. George Starke, announce the birth of Anne do
might little
Flynn Sr. a son, Jason Glenn, born March a promotional work for Bradford
18 In the Alachua General Hos- County on the way. Her father, Clyde, shown with her
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson visited pital. Grandparents are Mr. above, won the trip for selling automobile The two are conditioning equipment ':;
Mr. and Mrs. John D. An- and Mrs. R.V. Durrance of shown at Jacksonville International Airport as they took i: '"
derson in Callahan over the Hamotnn ,take. and Mr. and off Friday. .' ,
weekend. Mrs. S.R. Hicks of Starke. 1IIIIIIh 0'' .

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I' PlPpl !!IPfIndtllj" !: A Bigger, Better Fair :. Fla.

The 1971 Bradford County; Fair and tunity; to express our appreciation to : 15 Crown
: Strawberry Festival, we are told, was all the many folks who worked so
the biggest and best ever. hard to make the 1971 Fair what it :
'i, lilT : was. We Include in that all the "lit .
\': More people visited the fairgrounds tie folks", far too numerous to men-
tion by name, but who contributed of :
than ever before, according to Fair
Mr. and \Mrs W.B. Boyd Mrs Ella Cottla attendeda
The William Carey College their time and County
are -
\ssoclat on Treasurer
: Hazen.
and ions of St. Petersburg and family reunion In Woodbine,
chorale with Dr. Donald Win-
by that
more persons they know. :
Paid attendance was the highest ever
Mr. and Mn.: Crosby DawMnsf Ca. Sunday.
ters, director, of Hattlesburg, .
in spite of all the free passes dls-
and daughters of Jactaonvtll: S
Miss presented a program at : tributed. Our Fair is one thing that is all
Saturday visitors of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sis-
BUS on Wednesday. Followingthe S to the good for our community Let's :
and Mrs. W.H. Nollman Mr.Nollman' trunk of Miss
on Okolona. were
program, and lunch at the : We would like to take this Oppor- let those who make It that way know .
birthday. Thursday to Monday of
guests Holiday Inn, they went to the we're proud of itl
Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Scogglns.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp home In-law of and Dr.sister Winters', Dr brother-and Mrs. >- ..............*...........................t....................;

had as visitors during the week Mrs. John Griffin of Och- II.G. Bellinger where they sang Booth and family of Fort Wal-
end Mr. and Mrs Joe Allen lochnee, Ga. and Mrs. W.H. several songs for Dr. Winter's ton Beach spent the weekendwith
Saw and Mr. and Mrs B.J. Thomson of Monticello spent mother, Mrs. J.O Winters. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. _.
Eggert of Jaek onvlUe. the weekend with their mother, M.W. Cressler.Mr. CUTLASS
Mrs. F.F
Stump. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Til-
Mr. and Mrs. R.W. UnderlU ,
ley Hollywood spent the week- and Mrs. John Kopelou-
and family of Indlanatlanttc are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins I
end with their parents, Mr. and sos and family of Birmingham,
her parents. Mr. and and of Jacksonvilleand
visiting family
Mrs. J.G. Jackson and Mr. Ala' were visiting their parents -
Mrs. 7.H. Moncrtef this week. Mrs. Mae Hawkins of Wal- and Mrs. Robbie Shallor. George Kopelousos and
do were Sunday guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Wainwright
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morrison and Mrs. Titus Olson.
Mr. and Mrs. T.II. Slade Friday to Tuesday.
had their family home for
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saw-
the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. O.L. Haynes Jr. has
; attended the Southeastern Miss Evelyn Sinclair of FSU
George Morrison, Mr.and Mrs. returned after two weeks visIt yer L.P. Gas convention in Atlanta was home for the weekend. [ $319716
Ralph Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. with her parents Mr. and Saturday to Wednesday of last
Virgil Morrison, Rupert Morri Mrs. D.G. Scott in Atlanta dur- week. During their absence the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goldwlre
son, and families of Leesburg. ing Mr. Scott's Illness. Anne Sawyer children stayed with and family of Toledo, Ohio spentthe

Haynes spent last week with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and past two weeks with Mr.
Mr and Mrs.J.T.Nasworthy, her brottier-tn-law ans sister, Mrs. John Whelchel In San- and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwlre. "That's
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Livingston Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welchat ford. : : The Triith"\\

of Winter Park were Sat Fort Walton Beach. I/t7' Connie Chasteen visiting
urday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R.O. Dansby and Mrs. 6 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Husseyand
C.H. Nasworthy. Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Harri- Rodney Hall and sons visited f daughter in Belle Glade FisW(1erfuj
son of Waycross Ca. visited : last Wednesday to Sunday.
Mrs. Dansby's mother, Mrs.
I Mrs. Marguerite. Barker was Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison Andrews in Ozark Ala. t .1 Car
Marvin At A
I In Palatka last week visiting Sr. over the _ekend. : Mr and Mrs.N.D. Wainwright WonderfulPrice
! Mr and Mrs. Frank Moore over the weekend.
j 1 and new granddaughter, Karen Beall Jr. of Hollywood were Wednesday to It Has A To
Mr. and Mrs. H.C.
] Ann, born March 91. Mrs.James L.Stith and daughter a. Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vinyl ]
and family of Macon Ga..spent
i\ Terry, of Pascagula,Miss. J.It. Wainwright.
i Mrs. F.W. Strickland and fa- the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. visited her parents Mr. and Lovered Hood
J.L. Gentry. Mrs. W.E. Mlddleton and Miss
Mrs. L.F Dinklns over the
I mlly visited Mr. and Mrs. N.?.
Madge Middleton have had as
i Riccardi In Miami last week. Mr. and Mrs. WalterE.John- weekend. luncheon guests Mrs. J.D. WSW Tires
\J They also visited Lake Wales son of Hlnesville. Ga. were 117
i Mrs. Ralph Diggs drove !lodge Sr. and daughter, Lor-
enroute home. weekend visitors of Mrs. Lola her father, Gordon Sulllns, to raine, of Palatka on Saturdayand Wheel Covers
I Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke Johnson and Mr. and Mrs.Henry his home In Hickery Ridge, Mrs. J.A. Budd Jr. and
Godwin. Ark., Friday to Tuesday of daughter, Susan, of Jacksonville -
and family of Tampa spent
1 Wednesday and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields the last winter week. In Mr.Brooksvllle.Mr. Sulllns had.spent on Monday. id' Carpet Wall To Wall

j Mrs. Shame Cerle. and family of Jacksonville were Dr. and Mrs. M.C. Stith of

! Mrs. Charles 'Parker and family here Sunday: visiting Mrs. J.H. and Mrs. J.H. DuPre --- ,.. -- ---- Arlington, Va., II.C. Stith of Knits ore big this Spr And All Vinyl Interior.See .
Fields and Mr. and Mrs. Her-
Ilyattsvllle, Md. and Guy Russell -
I of Cocoa are visiting Mr. visited Mrs. J.E. Mcintyre in ing. Mrs. Pearl Pickering
bert Green. Jacksonville Sunday. They This chic lavender knit of Danforth, Maine arrive
and Mrs. M.C. Wells and family modeled this number L8-
home their Friday for a weeks visit with This One Of A Kind
brought grandchil- shirtwaist by Bobbie Brooks
this week. Mr. Parker will Join Local admittances to Bradford Aiglan from Leila's in the
dren Eric, Kevin and Scott Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Chasteen.
be found atStump's.
the the weekend. can
family over
County; Hospital this week Junior Women's recent
Mcintyre of Ponta Vedra for
Include: Frank Matire, Mrs. several days visit. It I Is mod of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Selgler Spring Fashion Show Cutlass H. Top Today|
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ritch
Lillian Batten, Mrs. Juanita 100% ploynter and Is of Belle Glade were Sunday The outfit is a mint
: of Gainesville spent Sunday with Smith, Mrs. Deborah Spencer, .
, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bald- completewashable. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L.E.
Hazel ployester knit with
Mrs. Ritch. Mrs. Mary Oliver Underbill green A Iso
The outfit modeledby Dagger
\ Lukel win of Summerville, J.J. vis- was white Schiffi embroidery
each, Mrs. ited Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Bald- Denise Winkler In the
; Mrs. W.H. Hart spent last Mary Miller, Paul Gasklns, win Sr. from Saturday. to Wednesday Junior Women's John !Nixon; and children. David matching end of the tie Look At The Used Car
week with Mr. and Mrs. El- recent
Mrs. Joy Locke, Mrs. Myrtle and Denise, and Mrs. Mar and hem of skirt.
more Stuart In Baxley, Ga. Harris, Norman Young, Mrs. Spring Fashion Show. gie Kuhner of M uncle,Ind.were
She also attended an art showIn Charity; Cllsson, Mrs. Orene Mrs. Lucille Anderson of last Wednesday overnight Values We Have
Savannah and visited friendsIn Covrart, Starke; Christine Mas- Punta Gorda is visiting relatives !Misses I'ca Moredock and guests of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. Mr. and Mrs. John Greene
Blackshear. sey, Warren Putnam and Mrs. here this week. Hose Mary Smith of Coral Gables Brown. and son spent the weekend visiting
Lottie Archer, Lake Butler; were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. II.L. Clmn- 1966

Dennis Cogglna, Ralford; Ed- Dr. and Mrs. II.G. Bolllnfter Mrs. Joe Wilson. Judge and Mrs. T.A. Yawn cey In Monticello and Mr. and OLDS 98 SEDANFull
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson ward J. Zercher, Mrs. Alice spent Friday to Monday and daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. W.O. Lambert in hew;
had their family home for the Mr. and :Mrs. Michael O'-
Metz, Keystone Heights; M.M. with their son-in-law and :Mrs.\ B.W. Davis in Satsuma Port.
weekend: Mr. and Mrs.Charles Matchett, Shelley Matchett, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Brian and sons of Savannah, last Friday. Power and Air Condition
Lawson of Tallahassee, Misses daughter, Ga. visited her parents, Mr.
Hampton; Mrs. May Combs, liam Breland HI in Ilatties- Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates
Elizabeth Lawson and Geor- and Mrs. T.II. Slade over the
I acclenny.Lt. burg Miss. Mr. and Mrs. John Adamsof of Jacksonville were weekend $1295
LeBeau of Riviera Beach; weekend.Mr. .
gia of and Hob-
Athens Ga. spent the week- guests Mr. Mrs
I, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan of' and Mr,. Henry Rlcharde Marilyn Bollinger of end with Dr. and Mrs. 11.11. blo Shaller and they all vis-
Live Oak and families and Bud\ Miss and Mrs. 1'.T. Langston 1970DODGE
and daughter of Albany, Ga. Adams. ited White Springs on Sunday.
Is home
I Lawson of Marion, N.C weekend visitors of Mrs. Samford ; of Manning, S.C. were week-
I all this week for spring holiday. end visitors of Mrs. Arlen Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wig DART
I H.M. Rlcharde. They spent family from Mondayto Jacksonvilleand Mrs. Virginia Ekard under-
Joining the of
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle and Knight. gins and son went surgery Monday InIn-
I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe Wednesday were Mr. and Miss
Gene Wiggins
Buck and family in Palatka. chua General Hospital! fi C>'l.. Automatic Transmission. Kadic :II:nil
and family of Sanford visitedhis Jan Eric Douglas of Lou- Atlanta were
Mrs. visited of
!Mrs J.M.: Bradley Linda (Hardy
Mrs. Rlcharde Jr. and daugh- Heater Two Tine Paint Very Clean and tin I
and Mrs. Robert : and
parents .Mr. ter remained with Mrs. Rich- isville, Ky. :\11'. and Mrs. Jack Bradleyand weekend visitors of Price
GreenlUlW.y;:: on the Greens arde Sr. for a week's visit. Mr. and :Mrs\ Cerald; Cox Mrs. Orie Wiggins. Tim nitADFOKD right

I, 25th wedding anniversary. Mrs. D.W. Whlffen and chil- and families in Orlando over COUNTY TELF.GKAPH: ; !

Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Robert Far- dren were In Miami last Sun the weekend. Martha Ellen and Sammy Williams $2395
visited Mrs. Myrtle Dendy In rior of Brooksvllle were Sun- day to Wednesday visiting Mrs. of !New; Port Richey were Published every Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Bradleyhad
Jacksonville Wednesday. day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Whlffen's sister, Miss Christa Sunday and Monday visitors of at 138: W. Tall Street
Ralph Diggs. Joellenbeck.AAAAA as guests during the week- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- 1968RAMBLER
Starke, Florida 32011 I
end :\11'. and Mrs. Mike -

ft * **** *-*-*, :Mrs.\ and JImmy daughter Bradley, Mr.and Mr.and dale. Second claw t postage piiid AMERICAN

andIrs.:\ .f.M. Warren and Marty's Celebrate at Starkr. Florida 6 Cjl.. Radio and Heater. Just 27 ono/ Mi,;.
FOLLOW UP daughter of Jacksonville and One Owner.
:\1..'. and Mrs. Johnny Bradley. 25th Anniversary Subscription Rates!
In trade area: $:;,00 pl'ry..r
WITH JOINT SAVINGS! Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty $ $1095.00
and Buddy $2.75
Tommy Blackshear of Starke will celebrate their ; : six rrmnllm
Trawlck of St. Johns River 25th wedding anniversary Tues. Outside trade area: 13.30: :;

lunlor College were home for day, April 20. per year; S3,09 six month 1968
the Raster: holiday. Is the
Mrs. Mooty society;
Major and :Mrs.\ William K. editor of the Telegraph. NOVA 2 DOOR

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.. Make A's 2 Dead Market.. Inmate

8 At BHS Straight '

1 BurnedIn (From Pag l 1)) EscapesE.

To that end, John Torode
Eight iitudanU at Bradford Velma Mitchell, Esther Romero Crawford Steve Futch, MIke Charles Ray Crawford, Jimmy local Shell Oil dealer, suggested Unit
Hfgh School made straight A's Ruthell Smith, Doris Over- Cissy, Gayle Hatcher, Brian Davis, Fayanne Farabee, Karen Vocational Rehab. FireTwo that an open air market be
for the second 12-week grading street, Linda Powell, Kay Tur- Stan Reddish Elaine Denise Fink, KirenLynn Garst y A-B established
Johns ,
period which ended two ner, Ralph Yaggle. Steven Hall, Darlene Hobbs, Eddie Lewis MondayAn
, Sherman Vicky Turner, William couldbe
persons died and a third "1 Just think something
weeks ago. j Vo-Rchab Watson William Wetsner, Jim Johns, Greg Champion, Da- 11th Grade was seriously burned In a house done down there that Is a
The eight, all girls, standout vid Devore
Williams. Sally Meng, Mary
Emily A-B we've doneto
' A-B fire on SR-225 In Lawtey a- little different than
from more than looO.tu- Susan Pearsall Steve
;dents In grades 912. Lionel Blake, Alice Crews, Torode, Cert Regis Tucker Jimmy Andrews, Terry round midnight Saturday, April encourage use,"Torode said.
ter Sally ,
Brown,, Cindy Chesser, Stella a study by the
Emeleme DeSue.
He suggested
seniors Rebecca 9th Grade Tucker In the
They are Bruce Cindy War 3.The agile Inmate tough
'McMillan{ Kelly Richards, and A-B den, Ruby Paula Young. Costello, Kay Epps, dead were Identified by state ag departmentSuch market Is east unit at the Raiford State
, Cro- 10th Grade Linda Darnell Allen Matilda Fay son, Dru Fleming, the Sheriffs an open air
Beverly Bradford
Joy Sapp; Juniors R Lee Hardenbrook Linda \ Department Market Manager Prison beat all the safeguards!.
A-B Charles Edwin Blalock, Green Claude a possibility, says
well Bonnie Trlsler. Becky Beck, as Myers and Dorothy this for a fleeting three hours
Jackson, and Judy Young, and Susan Console, Janet Wood Herbert Marshall Cloversettle, Betty Sue Padgett Edwards. Richard KIrkland, Perkins. Bob Allen contacted Idea Is not freedom
He said the
freshman HJalmar McMillan. Leroy Lyons Incurred first week. demand for one James Marlon Norton, 20,
Five of the girls, Rebecca Mc- and second degree burns on new but that State was the first to escape the
Millan, Beverly Crowell Bona\ a. his face and hands and is a never has been sufficient to" assist tight security section in eight
Jackson patient !In the Shands sources are
,nie Trlsler, Becky Teaching such a mar- years or more.
and Joy Sapp have made straight Hospital Gainesville, according In establishing
A"/ 'In both 12-week grading to Chief Deputy Sher- ket, he said.Chamber also The Monday morning escape
periods this year. They all iff Dolph Reddish. board members came to light Tuesday when
like the new 12 week grading The fire was discovered by discussed reclaiming facilitiesnow the portion Norton was arraigned before
period Instead of six weeks. Minnie Laurell! at 11:45: p.m., of the existing CottonProducer's Bradford County Judge T.A.
There's less pressure, not so according to the SherIff's Department under lease to the. Yawn,, Jr. on charges of es-
much of an constant cycle, and Nell Butler pulled Association.Mac cape. He was returned to die
If gives. them longer to bring 4 r W.r Lyons through a window and Baldwin local Chevro close security!; unit of the prison -
up a low grade. J 'a' ,out of the burning building let-Olds dealer, said farmers where he Is serving 25
The daughter of Mr and Mrs. y'H'' The bodies of the two victims he has talked to believe and the for robbery In Bay Coun
Merrill G. McMillan, RebeccaIs were found In the house. market should be rebuilt" bears
enrolled In economics, trig, The state fire marshall was "think It Is a necessity.
French H, speech, humanities, notified as well as Charles Baldwin said the Chamber
and British Literature U. Sauls, should go on record as supporting Two guards were suspended
:r--. an Investigator for the
of the further Investigation.One .
Miss Richards, the daughter see state attorney. coroner's Jury the rebuilding pending
C.A. Pierson, shotatNorton
of Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Richards was empaneled, Deputy Red- market. -
must missed. The other, J.H.
of Starke, takes personal dish said, and viewed the scene. Funds for the rebuilding but
(( A come from the state agriculture Van Eek, was In charge otNorton'l
typing, band she plays the decision Is pending.
at the time of
trumpet), psychology, humanities a'Li At this point there Is no department, which Is under a wing
advanced physicaleduce- reason to believe that foul play tight budget now, said Cham- the escape.
tion, novel, and Is a student i: I was Involved, Deputy Reddish ber Manager John Myers.Cham- Acting Warden L.E. Dugger
aide. She wants to be a phy- says. He terms the deaths ap- In other action, the said that apparently Norton

steal education teacher. parently accidental. ber governors: City of sawed through two window bars
told the
-Were new
Miss Sapp, daughter of Mr. of his cell, dropped to the
Starke mape are out available -
and tey,Mrs.takes Charles economics Sapp,of typing Law- The "brains" of BHS for the second 12-w..k grading perIod are ((1-r) Bonnie at the Chamber office. ground, got by a guard dog and

I, psychology, bookkeeping, and Trill.r, Rebecca McMillan, Becky Jack ion, Kelly Richard, Judy Young, InmateIndicted -Were read letters from Melvin four fence.climbed He a double then escaped barbed wire Into
drama. Beverly Crowell, and Joy Sopp. students, Charlene
and the river swamp area wherehe
Gary Melvin, and Mike
Miss Crowell, daughter of
less than
the was apprehended
Mrs. George Crowell Starke, Dwight Emory thanking
takes American Lit. I r. American Chamber for the two cent per 3 hours later.

history, economics, data pound Gainesville them In the "I'm sure he used a hack-
processing, and algebra n. Limit lf\ For MurderAn Greater Area Steer saw blade to get through the
Miss Jackson, daughter of
Show.Heard "
bars, Dugger said. "We don'tknow
that the 1971 county!;
and Jackson
Mr Mrs. WT.
> fair "financially a real how he got it, but with
of Starke, takes phy.lcalsclen- -
; CENTERREC Inmate of the state prison Myers said that the shops through the institu-
H, home livIng success.
ce, algebra adv. (From
Page 1))
American Lit. d, and at Raiford has been indic- Chamber Secretary Lillian tion it would have been possible -
American history. ted for first degree murder Pearson sold more booth space for him to get a blade from

Miss Trisler, (laughter of Mr. -Heard from Clerk Merrill for the March 22 stabbing death than has ever been sold. another Inmate !If he didn't get
,and Mrs. Ralph! Trisler of Edwards that the city's cash NEWS SPORTS PAGE of another Inmate. -Were told that 1972 fair dates it himself"
Hampton, takes bookkeeping, available dropped another$27000 ,- A Union County Grand Jury will be somewhat later since
algebra n, American LIU n, in March. The clerk did RECREATION SOFTBALL sitting Saturday Indicted Ro- the end of March falls on a Since the bars are checked
French I, and American his- not give the total amount of bert Lewis Zeigler, 21, for Friday. Myers said the 1972 regularly, Dugger said, Nor-
tory. She has made straight A's cash available to the city. RESULTS TUESDAY APRIL 6- the dealth of Randy Peacock at fair dates are April 58. ton probably did all his cut-
all her sophomore year and -Voted, at the suggestion of f CUNNINGIIAM GULF 17 the prison system's medicaland -Asked Myers to set a date ting In one night.
through the first two-thirds of Tucker, to write the Seaboard ANDREWS! DRUG 2 reception center at Lake to meet with the Area Development "lie told us that after climb-
this term. Coast Line Railroad! asking for Cunningham Gulf finally got Butler Peacock died the next Team of the Jacksonville ing the inner fence, he droppedto

-Mis Young, granddaughter cross arms to be Installed at their bats to swinging In the day.Witnesses Chamber's Committee of the ground, kicked the guard
Mss R.A. Nettles of Starke, the railroad crossing on Mar- ) right direction rapping out 16 said Peacock was 100. The Jax chamber group dog, and leaped upon the outer
takes personal typing American ket Road! In north Starke. base hits In five Innings and defeating stabbed through the back witha has contacted the local cham- fence so fast the dog couldn't
history, algebra II, human -Was told by Chairman Tucker Andrews Drugs 17-2. 15-Inch welding rod. ber and asked for a meetingdate grab him." reported Dugger.
I ities. that city engineers Fred The Gulf team started slow, Peacock, 19,'was serving time Myers said.
, Freshman HJalmar McMillan Wilson & Associates have negotiated y wY but then scored 13 runs In the for breaking Into a Columbia -Was told by Myers that Bill
Is also the daughter of Mr. a price of $1,750 per w third and fourth Inning to win County school. Glover, manager of the Holiday ....
land Mrs M.G. McMillan. She engine to regrout two old engines It going away. Andrews was limited Circuit Court Judge George Inn here, has asked for
takes algebra I, home economics in the power plant. That to only five safeties by Patten appointed the Union more time to work out his .i DIXIE) .i
I, physical education, beats by far the prices the pitcher James Williams. County Public Defender's Office program for the promotion of
French I, English, biology. council had previously been Jackie Bennett was the only to represent Zeigler. US-301 In connection with the
HJalmar is on the straight A quoted, Tucker said, which -.. Andrews player to get more State Atty. T.E. (Ted) Dun- Disney World complex to open
list for the first time. Sbe ranged from $5,000 to $10,000. __ than one hit and he was two- can said the Saturday session this year.It IPOULTRY!
was kept oft by a B In English -Turned over to the city!; zon- : / for-three. Leading hitters for was necessary to assure a Judge Is Glover's idea to pub-
the first 12 weeks. Ing board a request by Marc V.e ,Cunningham was Mack Robinson would be available. licize the low motel rates offered -
Ahonor roll students for Jackson to close two streetsin j Ray Grlffls, Jim Watts, "I wonder how many people here In comparison to
the second 12 weeks grading Southgate Subdivision Jackson Randall Davis, Harold Godwin know the courts have to oper- those, near Orlando and Disney 1 isuppty i
period are as follows: plans to build a home in and W.II. Johns, each collect- ate even Saturday sometimes" World, Myers said.
an undeveloped portion of the ing two hits.FIRST Duncan asked.
\\2 Grade subdivision which Is owned by t .+ Zelgler's trial was set for .
tf A-B his father, W.T. Jackson. BAPTIST 20 May 25.Mark. .
Robert Hankerson, Pam David A delegation of residents, Including WILLIAM; JEWELRY-COM- : WILL BE I II
Marie Archer Richard Lonnle Fullwood and A 1'i MUNITY BANK 17 .
Austin, Joann Bass, Donald Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bailey, The league's remaining two THE UNITED STATES nnu .

Beck, Brian Bishop Valerie protested the closing of Sun- teams without a victory squaredoff Graudons was the lead- Russia agree to exrtwnge( : ,:: i i
Bristol, Tony Castlen, Cynthia view Drive which they said in the second game and ing hitter for the losers going samples from the moi'ns' "ui- I CLOSEDSATURDAYS
Clem, Vo Tech; Patsy Don- is now open and used. Closingthat t quite a scoring battled ensued two-for-three. face. The handing of rocks .
ley. Deborah Dukes, Curtis Flowers street would make one ;Y'A with the church team claiming back and forth is an encouraging -
Melessa Gamble, lawn way streets of Southgate Drive, A 2_ iSf"t their first victory and leaving RESULTS FRIDAY, APRIL 9 sign In a time when so i i i"Shn' :
Cassett, Lynn Green, Phyllis Pine Breeze Street, and Palm .- rtl Williams Jewelry-Community!; Cunningham Gulf 18 many of them are thrown.
Griffin, Rebecca Groves, Linda Street, the residents said. : Bank looking elsewhere for a First Baptist 0 .
Haas, Carol Hardy,Steve Johns They had no objection toclosing victim. Cunningham Gulf picked up ....................

Shirley Johnson, Edward the unused Eastwood Ave- First Baptist collected 21 base its fourth win of the season
Knight, David McRae, LindaMathli nue.Had wi+',;r;vy r hits to capture a 20.17 win. with an easy 18-0 five inning 'a'.Q'.+. r"ie $3'41YS ':7fr.'rYieSC i>R2 +
Marty Meng. Beth Mix- submitted by Power The church team trailed 7-0 defeat of First Baptist Church. F
on, Carol McKInney, Horace Plant Supt George Graudons, -r---------" ------.., f --__, and 9-3 before taking an 11-9 The Gulf team had 11 base \ NORTH FLORIDA ,
Moody; Cyndl Moxley, Robin a member of the city!; electri- lead at the end of four Innings hits and were helped consid-
Mullins, EUssa Padgett, Pam cal board, a list of revisionsIn and Increased this leadto erably by their opponents defensive -
Ferry, Roxle Rodrique Ronald the city's electrical code 20-10 at the end of six and miscues. Harold Davis Country Music Show --'I
Sapp, Dorothy Spearman Diane and testing program for those HOT PANTS HIT TOWNHot one-half Innings. led the winners going three-
Thomas, Lou Ann Thomas, Pat- seeking electrical licenses In The losing team rallied in tor.tour. 3
ti: Whltehead, Linda Williams, the city.!; The council asked the bottom of the final inning, lot and 3rd Saturdays .

Sandra Williams. Clerk Merrill Edwards to have pants have hit town. Yettir, you'd better believe itl 1 scored seven runs, but fell Williams Jewelry Community -
the list typed and to bring T&T Apparel Co. Madison short. Billy McRae. John Allen !; Bank 6 UNION COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
the matter up at the next meetIng street firm Is turning out and Paul Carver each giving Independents,
Tuesday, April 20. 300 dozen pair per week for Shirley' of Atlanta. It has three-for-flve. Lamar Wil- In one of the better games --4 ,,/
been going on now for about two months. Manager Gerald liams and Lamar Sanford each of the young season the Inde- 8:00 P.M. \AX I J I ,

Maxville Tucker toys production will be upped to 500 dozen pair had three hits for the losers. pendents dropped from a share ::: Y'ALL) COME \ Ose > 'Tf1 @

week of first place to third place .MBaaZ: .. : .$IW' r
: Truck Stop and News And Activities per shortly. RESULTS! THRUSDAY, APRIL 2fNk6x0A
by losing a close game 6-4
Diana -
Thomas model
of the Starke --
RestaurantJ&S a pair product. 8Independents- Bank-Williams *- -* e *e -
to Community -

ManagementOpen From Andrews Drugs 13 7 Jewelry.Neither team could
score until Bobby' s Hideaway
24 Jlrs, THE RECCENTER The Independents moved intoa the Jewelry -Bank team exploded -
second place tie by whipping
Dally for six runs in the bottom -
I. ,p Andrews Drugs by the score of the fifth Inning. Independents
Ample Puling' Highway N., Waldo Fla.
of 13-7, outfitting the losers battled back scoringone ,
Visit Cur Gift Shop 4-2, Williams Jew.-Comm Bank seventh and had retired two 12-10. In the sixth and almost
.can 289-5111 For Take out 33, First Baptist 2-4, Andrews batters when the tying and win- Andrews took a 3-1 lead In taking the lead In the final
Jet. 301 & 228 LEAGUE STANDINGS-Hurst Drugs 15.RESULTS. ning run scored.Independents. the top of the Initial inning. Inning by scoring three more Presents
:Maxville, Florida Shell-Green's BBQ 4.2, independents out hit Hurst- but it was short lived as the but the rally fizzled and the
tfxr 4-2, Cunningham Gulf Green 14-9 and were paced by Independents scored enough Independents had lost a tough
: MONDAY Lloyd Gllpen's four-for-four. runs In the bottom of the first
_J1'.r&r! APRIL 12WILLIAMS Mark Milner was twofortwofor to win the game, sending eight Both teams played real good It. William Calley Night"THURSDAY
Serving Florida the losers. runners across the plate.
defense of
getting out
JEWELRY-COM- The win was the third for
Since 1950)
MLMTY BANK 15 MEN'S SOFTBALL SCHEDULENo the Independents ,against one
i iCy ANDREWS DRUGS 5 games will be played loss. Scotty Rhoden wa s the RESULTS TUESDAY, APRIL APRIL
{ rrda greeting Service, .YrIQ Williams Jewelry Community Thursday or Friday because top batter for the winners going 13FIRST 15,1971
Bank, after losing their of the Invitational tournament. three-for-four. Mike Rhoden, BAPTIST 10
.... .
___ ,. ., .. first ANDREWS DRUGS! 7
T" three games, has now Monday, April 197:30: p.m. Jessee Wheeler and Jerry Chl-
won three straight, Monday, Williams Jewelry-Community; tty each had two hits for the First Baptist picked up its
trouncing Andrews Drugs 15- Bank vs Cunningham Gulf; 9 losers; collecting hits were second game of the season witha ADMISSION $1eOO-
Mrs. Carolyn ) CordiallyWelcomes 5 In five Innings. p.m. First Baptist Church vs Calvin Varnes, Joey Dampier, 10-7 win over Andrews Drugs.
Haven The winners needed only 11 Independents. and Jackie Bennett. The church team out hit Andrews -
: base hits' to score the 15 runs Tuesday, April 207:30: 17-13 and were pacedby All PROCEEDS GO TO
Representative as Andrews contributed to their p.m. Andrews Drugs vs HursU Williams Jewelry-Commu Dewey McKlnney's three-
Ph. 961-5812 You and Your own defeat with numerous er- Green; 9 p.m. Cunningham Gulf nity Bank 21 for-three. Joey Dampier was
122 N. Day St. Family to Your none B.J. Sanford had a perfect vs Independents. Hurst Shell-Green's BBQ II three-for-three for Andrews.
night with the bat getting My FundAS
Starke New Home three hits In three times at After winning their first three HURST GREEN 19
bat. Lloyd Allen was twofortwo SOFTBALL SCHEDULE games and owning the distinction CUNNINGHAM GULF 14
for the Using team. 7 p.m. Cunningham Gulf of being the only undefeated For the second time in 'as SPONSERED BY
( The State ofFlorida' defending champion of the 1970 team the bubble suddenly many contests Hurst-Green
INDEPENDENTS U Starke Softball League, vs To- burstWilliams whipped Cummlngham Gulf, this
i It In Our Desire to Male e You Feel Welcome and HURST SHELL- ny's Pizza of Macclenny. Jewelry Com- time a 19-14 walloping.>

f To Aqualnt You With Your City. GREE BBQ 10 8:15 p.m. Satellite League munity !Bank, a team that was Cunningham took the lead in AMERICAN LEGION
The Independents moved Into Beach Comets vs. Jacksonville winless going Into the game the first inning, but fell behind -
nf'w'ln second place and kept HurstShellGreen's Carter Rebels were the ones to burst that after three and was nev-
If are the an! a phone POST NO.
you II. 9:30: p.m. Starke League All- er able to catch Hurst- 16
BBQ from sharIng bubble and did It In a big' way up as ny
cull will bring: you a pi ompt "visit first place with a com Stars vi. Garden Restaurant, by walloping Hurst-Green 21- Green scored !In every inning.
from behind 11-10 victory the host team for the 1971 State 11. Williams Jewelry-Com- The winners had 18 base hits *

from your local hostess.r Please give HurstGreen took the lead ChamplOll8tup.IF. munity; Bank scored 14 runs and were paced by Douglas "n
in the third Inning and held w IFNIzOfl In the first two Innings and Grown, Johnny Powell, Mark Come On Out. ,
her a call I She has mspi I and many until the final frame but lost President propottt to coasted to the win. The winning Graudons each going three for .
It in the bottom of the seventh ttreamUne/ the, Cabinet. This. team collected 16 hits and five. Cunningham had 16 base
free and wonderful riff La: for you on a wry costly dropped wVt( I probably) require ,the were paced by the threeforfour and were paced by Randall Davis Show Your
from local buaiiMMea.Page fly ball. Hurst-Gram lido lOa adding of a Cabinet-level. performance of B.J. San- three for four and Ray [ And Support
going Into the bottom ( the eeentarp of strsarakaing.l ford. Grlffls two for two.

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: .<'.\ 4'"I.: : .", .I Excessive 9. L lr lr - r -- LEGAUS le ale- -
ae.el e-- --eta 11r.a.a.a. -

:. ;':= ;t',
,. ," Force Is !. Taw CI..... Cart: Of JhrflaVCa Tou are h....." notified that XI Townahlp a _h. \IUI" chip ( South Ranar II East be. one-third Interest.
r,,' lerd "'-.'r. 10- an. aotlon for divorce hue been II Raw. lyln and be". Northof Inc approximately II* feet Dated Ith lay' nf Anvil
i & ;, : **> n>*>. rued aaialnet you and you ar* the> oraded _* known North and Mouth by nt feet A.D. 1 1h't: Btai* .. RradfordCounty
I x ,' :t.. ( In RK: Petition of John Bell- required to **rv. a copy nf the MMdlbiir East and Weal. 441 4IItetlr .
+r 1 1 } *my and Bartha Love r'"ft: written drteneee. If any tend.. :Wirr-: tW*sl is* lice been filed against' yon Pta _
JI'I': ,, '" t PossibilityAt for the adoption o| ArlburUrlffln c".n.) on for Klale Plai'Vlff 8 ,Sander whoa c'. Crawford foot de..d.d to 0c 'd] ....aI., Quired Aronlea to Mack...Y.and a copy you of ar.your r.* .f tnt...
.{ ; Motlc Of Adoption Proceeding: I I. inv..t Call Rtr..'. at pueile sale to the ","* written def.n"... If any to It. nevleter rirtltlone Naee'! Mt
,T .tf Tot Row Lee Townaloywtioa P. O. Box en. Stark .Florida.. beat bidder for each .t the; on the plaintiff' attorney, Notice I 1. hereby given
'07 unknown.. Host and the the orla-lnal wltll BradfordCounty .] I the nndrelmd under the
raldnc the whoa
PrisonIn East door ct nom and address is .
,.-r', \ :' ," Toil Are Mrkir' Nvtltlud the Clark of the .afeov-Mrl co'-l" .. .. HonoraMe floor.. M. Pierce nrovlelone nf Chamter t" 5t5lww.
."' '. that th* abov* named PetHlonvr Onnrt on or hurnre May 11.171 Florida the I..a, P. O. Poi 1030 Htirk. FlorMit nf Florida. Aete of 1941
; f,.. ,Pi' I *. John Bellamy and hie wlf. oth.pwlB' a jurlnement may b* hours or wle' of. 11:00: .'.,Ioc" and file the original with the will ree-leter with the Clerkof :
1" ".; bertha Love D.fri lam). hav entered aa-alnt :you for the relief ...... : ..1...,.. P OD olrk of the above styled. courton the fir-tilt Court In and forBradford
I the opinion of CoY Reubln ,..1." a petition In th* above demanded In the Com the' nth day0of April. ura.l8PJAL or before the t2m d.v of Cnnnfv. Florida, unon
:4,JI'' '':;;A"'944'f tr 4 4 I It Askew, correctional offlc r* atylad th.Coc'"l\d: \ darlbd th* adoptloaiof therein pUint.Wltn. .ee my hand and the ( Gilbert) S. Brown April 11111 may: be othorwlee entered a aifatnet Indue.mnt proof of f the.hll..tlftll flctltlon name of. of

;'At'' $' (guards) at the BaJUTord State .a Arthur Griffin and you ar. anal. or raid Court on the 4dayof Clark of the Circuit. Mart you. for the relief demanded In .T A 3 Roofing. ; C Sheet MetelDo. .'l1n
'l whrtth Aorll 1111.Ollb..t under which 1 am nar;
oalla* 1- Flnrl4aDv the complaint petltlon.Witness
itulrd or
'1,11'"r t4f ib1, I 4 Prl,on may have overreactedduring aam tboulrn.t be arrantedby (SEAL: ) Bradford Beulah County M. )eoody Depot, my hood and the ......In..t Rt. t 1'101& OH"hwv
t;: ,' !t lOA !L 1 I ', dliturhances there laat a copy of :your writ B. Brown Clark seal of said Court on March 17.STCAT. >01 """th. eterv. Fla.
If Betty EM ward Depot s vv 120,.., Jimmy W II eon Sole own
.. : r ,I'py9I month in which'" 70 person were tm ".f.n't.' any. upon aD" Malnee 1171I
TM" ron ., jjp, who* 4-15 4t I.i Office B" 155Attoruiltlfor ( .)
I Injured. 140, Btarko.Florida. Poet Itf.ted title' Brw day wf Anrlt.A .
t' adrlreaa I. P. O. Box Gilbert' 8 Brown'
,,'t 'Ii 'r "I am concerned: about the Attorney for the PetU to 1%. ..."..'. cat Plaintiff:5o11:_ 4 Aa Clerk of paid. Court .U. 1971 Florida.'et ... 4,5Bradford,
1I1n ore '" Daulah County.
tlonar. and by teeth* Far Bradford (J..I .. Flo-Ma By' M Moody
/ \ manner In which Jhe to-called: lirlnal thereof with CUrKof in lie, Estate of Ifiunlo? LouIse A* Deputy Clerk 1-28: 4t 411
I of<< the %oat unit took title Court on or before the17th
weep .
,; .' said In day of May 1711 othorwlaa Morrle. necraeedNotice I* Tb.. Clreajlt: c:..... Of Bradford I. The Clrffnlf Court *f FlarMe*
\ the Governor To CreditorsAll
place, > .... .
: I a Judcatnant will be *n* t (r. Florid Eighth Jndlrlnl clrralt. la AndBTnr
'!: 14n.. ,ft I .. recent Tallahaaaee prey con trd aaralnat you raatlnal U.e of Runic creditor Louise of Morrle.the Estate!: 'i.., ."''It. ference. He was referring ta pat It:Ion for adoption.Wltnaa / .... II. are hereby notifiedand I Whole Vlrla-lnla.. 0k\ **. Pain. In Re Petition of William
hand and the Andrew Jackson Sikee Jr. and Ruth
tiff. v. Clarendon Powell
I my claims
t. ,It' :ro .. the "show of force" that waa amtl of aald Court"tbl* l'th dayof or required demand to whlrh file any they mriy t>*fn<1ant.NOTICB. Jahnnon Powell his wife for
,', .. April, lilt. OF ACTION adoption of a minor.Notice .
: staged In an effort to restore have tvnlnitt .eld! Karate In theefflre
(2P:AL) TO Andrew Jackson SlkaaCare Adoption FwarrrAlat
.'. .I f' 1 1fx order among the dissident pri- Gilbert 8. Brown ta Clark nf the County Florid.TudN In of Hercules Powder Company To. : James Marvin. Parker
,,. I l" .,",, jl ',h of aald Oonrt the Courthouse County at Btarke Flnr- Whltevllle. N. C. whoa residence and address. ta
r.. ., I i .' Askew Dy Beulah M. Moody DeputyClerk. month You Are Notlfled that an aa- unknown.You .
he Ion, calendar
said felt reports wlhln alx
f many s-IS 4t 5.5 .>ubllmtlon tlon for divorce' has been filed Are Hereby Notified thnt ARE ON THEpnO1LI
: \ from the date attic first
l ",' t' ft' l leaking from the prison thle Notice. Bach: against. you and you are rqulred *- the a>>ov. named. Petitioner
NOTICB' OH SAt-B of to serve a copy of your have. fMort a Petition In the ".
'!i.' 1{ t during this period were eiaggejrated claim or demand mu.t b* ltwrltlnir
Notice I. hereby given that.purauant muat ptat. thplace written defennwe If any. lon 0 It. have styled court for the .n*
.f..: 'f but added that he was to a Final Judgement residence end and poet of. Thernn A. Yawn Jr.? Plain- doptlon of the minor child/ !
)' f a. amended .nte.*.. In cawsnumbered or address therein, and are requiredto .
\ carefully] testimony flee all"..... of th* claimant 'ro"t.; ttomJrilt'Ow you ..
the CircuitCourt h r 140. the
174 In Mia > chow cause why .m.
"thY""I/} I from inmate and guards who of Bradford County. FlorIda and must, b* awnrn nt, or to hla bin attornev. < Stark, Florida on or before hould not be granted. bv nerv.Inif .
'' \t witnessed the event. I will ...1tit.. prop.rtyeltuMed rla.lmn.nt lib will aer beooroe toldacrnrding the IT day of Mny, 11171. and a copy of your written. tie.fnpM DOES TOUR
f'Fi In Bradford County. or II file the original with the Cleric If any, unon A. Z.Allicin. .
Is chance that law.Erneetine
"There a good Florida. deecrlbd *.: ; to D."mu1cP.RNEflTLNlD of title Court either beMreset-. .. Jr., :Attorney for s HOMt: HAVEROACHES
excessive force was used" Askew Lot IS. 1* and II) of BionicIt. DENMARKAdminletratrit vivo on Phlntlffs' attorney or Petitioner Ill S. W. Third
I said. Town of Hampton. bounded of the Estate Immediately' th...,.,.... olM Street nalneaxllle.. Florid. and R. r' ?
b by. Railroad In Bwitlon It, Morris, dece wlno a default. will Joe uttered. br filing the orlirlnnl thereof nun
.: He has recommended that Town.hlp T. South, It.n.* ITBait of... Eunice Louise roJni-t" : you for the relief demanded with the Clerk nf said Courton I' ANTS
I ; : guards at correctional InstftutioYis at publla ..\.. to th. AdFlret. Publication on April ; In the ComplaintWltne or before May 10. 19711.; r TICKSfl
.G\\'!' lila-hcat and beat bidder for ** mr hand and the olherwlee" a default mny. be en.epi
': ". '" be. trained In prison ash, an* the front door of the mh- 1171. lots n R.. ...... nf thin court this Itb day: < .i1 against you ...."Un" iul>1 MOTHS
riot so they would Bradford County Oeurlhaw. In Of April.. 1971.nikbert adoption.
I, :{ I II. l v tarke.. Florida between II'IO! RUhtkJnflllnl C BTtIAI,1 Wltne mv bend and the oral 1 Flor.H.i. Pest Control! will, Owe' you
,I.";+ ;ilT1 know what to do If the situation ..m., and 1:00: p.m. cm April IS. fa Tke rlrcalt rirralt af Coort.the flint et R lirivwn AM fler* of ..>ld Court In <+'i. '' ro-occurred.Florida High\ 1971. Florida !. And Fr BradfordCnMnlr. Bv Dotty Edward lbDe4t4 ford fountv. Florlili. till theta! embarrassing destructive
,{ SEAL) C .rk x-onrt ilivr rY April, 1971.
A.IMNo "
e way Patrol and other state police Klorldte. Civil; and di'easc" cirryinr pr ts. The
I \! r Gilbert a Drown Ollbert S. Brown
r ,, .
001James: ..
nominal foe charge for the
would also be given spe- Clark Circuit Court Whlthad and But, Clerk of the Circuit Court .ry.
I: Beulah M. Hood,. 1* Tb* Clrvnlt: Caort Eights.Jadlelel !: lea may love ,
.c'\I""y you
Bv Pll" money.
clal training before being sent R his wife. \
: Circuit Deputy
0" Deputy Clerk of Floridaa ;; Clerk t., 4t ..
,,01. ?. Into such a situation.! "he added. Law Office Of Daniel r.Hub..b. tiff... ,, v*. W. C. Holllnaaworth.Br. Led I'... llrnilfonl County DIAL
alno Cobbtllollkmnworta CIVIL 41'1011IC..e; li .. Tinealeter >
'1 I.:,. The Governor said he was Herttar Wavne No. 1039 !Retire t f Int n > Nnme.
I following closely the case of Did 110-112 Jackaanvlll, Florid Delendant. No-rimi, or SAI.B Jam e W. McNeely and Kath. Notice le PlrlKlmie hereby given that
1130' AttorneyIt teen Thomna )laN..I). hit enrnrM In
Edward Plaintiff
prison guard Roberts t.1II Notice I la hen-hy (rtvefl thatpurauant wife Plaintiffv. Alt it inaneJohneon the undersigned urn
who testified that he 111 to Final Judgment ofF buRlno under Olin flctlllouenil JIOJMDA I
saw guards and Dan Johnnon her A."lnt..J. SouthernMillwrights.
beating without < above on .April. 5. huebund. und Arlsuna Mack. of 1, tlrook.
prisoners mercy 4-1R clnthe *" P O. Pox
t 'IMai during the Of ..10..- 1971. .. s. widow and Frederick MIl.kan" er, JIll.... and Intend to reenterstd I)EST
disturbances. Clrmlt Coeirt
I 1m. Til* -am* Clrcult Court Sol Gloria Mack hie Wits D*> with the Cleric of
Askew Ida. FlKklh Jxflptnl. ClnaK. IA .ndln" In the fendent. nnme
said p .
Roberts' nnd for
case Clrcult Id the Circuit Court In 0 Mir I Ia
.d r.. llraafrd Coaaly Cna the Eighth ludl..I,1 N' olive Of Salt-Property Ftnrlil purfunnt .
would be reviewed by the Secretary Bradford County. Bradford County
N and for : To: Arizona Mack Flo.ld"tr
of Rehlbllltatlve Ser- trlcla. S. smiwell. Plaintiff pioHda. i win I sell the 2 ir0! ?:**:. You are h..blnotltle.1 that to Section 803.09
v. Paul. Aloft Stillw.IL : nmdford 2ollowi.lo aa action to the following : 1: : QMMssV flL
r' vices. lie added that as a result Defendant.Notice. Rlorl aateddesc. it .. Bradford U Snl"" **1T N. TOIRth
Jr., prapery. In County. Drive O"lnesvlllo) FI...., 539 E.
ofhl.lnvest1gationhem\al1t\ Of Suit whl: Florid! Call St.
half ,
recommend the TO: Paul Ailton tlllwII.Jr. That part of the Bouth The South six (I) acre of ore-third Interest Brooker, _...,
relocation of BoawellFlnrlda Q".0' Ijovd C. Wood Phone
Car of Martha 9outbweetsQuarter ; the EMi of NIOLi of aW'i lying 9645747
some Ralford employees. < Drive of ct"'n West of State Hond 200 or one-thlril InterestSill Broolter. _...,
;,1 Phoenix City Alabama J] Ii. 301. In Section 3J. Town- .Tnni"

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t.?f,. ."I' StrongJudiciary ". e ESTABLISHED.ea.onsse 1904Stunning Osar ae Unbeatable Outdoor Values ,



StressedTo '
0 On Coffee Table i
'u- Holiday On Ice (Shown Right) -
t Make your leisure moments happitrl t

RotaryTo Brighten the teen for enjoyment on

your lawn patio or terrace Beautiful, l
Abounding in great skating talent, the 26th edition of -
Holiday On Ice come to the Jacksonville Coliseum forI expanded metal construction with $ rjr ie CC

four day run startin, ,Wednesday, April I 21, through Sun. maintain their role of t bakad-on enamel finish Durable end __

.'day, April 25.: "' leadership in the world today weather mutant. t

One of the moat beuut'fu! of the 48 Glamour.1 cera la Americans must exercise self

I iamj'a Lucille Carpenter, who Is asiiitant show dir. discipline and respect for law $59 95 \\ 1
and order Florida Supreme
: ector in charge of her fellow tkaters. Court Justice David L. McCain Compare at 6

said here Wednesday.In $69.95
BEULAH CHURCH KNITS WORKSHOP an address to the Starke J
CEMETERY WORKING Rotary Club the speaker said ,

11 Is still tim< to registerfor he has no "cure-all" message,

There will be a working of the Knits Workshops to but stressed the need for a .'

tile Beulah Church old cem- be held In the Agriculture Cen- strong Judiciary.

etery on .Saturday April 17. ter Auditorium on April 19th, "Only under the rule of law t 07JZ t tt

Turkey Trot Road on Road 21 20th and 22nd. can a viable society; exist,"
at Black Creek bridge will be Please call 964-6554;) If Interested Justice McCain said "as the

open from 8 to !9.I a.m. In registering. sanctity of citizenship: Is the ScnJationat LOW PRICES !
'. If you have registered for foundation of our country."

this workshop please circle He warned that society; Is t t tt
these dates on your calendar. losing touch with the Individual All Purpose

MERLE and said a quiet rebellion Is Oak PORCH ROCKER FAN
l/7 A2it:
going on In protest to uprisingand
FURNITURE CARD OF THANKS: unlawful actions. What Is Weather resntant. a

needed, the Justice said Is T: 01EZ finish, and very "Satellite' ',y:"- \
I t. Quality 1 nine Furnishings We are sincerely grateful to moderation. t 1 Ii r durblecomtruc r I t
for their ton, Scoop list e Adjust Up Down. Left Right ",
SI Custom raperle friends and neighbors Quoting various statistics to V C
ATTRACTIVE 5-PC. DINETTE III seat: Silent Operelion 'Baby dSf. GuardClean ) 4
Carpeting many kind acts of sympathy show the Increase In crime. in ... ? '
Interiors by Victor during our sad bereavement. Justice McCain then reviewed Perfect for your terrace, porch or patio, a year guarantee plan / tJ.::: \
Our appreciation cannot be ade- figures showing the huge load letting.' Constructed of sturdy expanded s 88Compare s ''.r' rfl
1WHI Park Ave. Orange Park expressed. Harry and metal with white, baked enamel' 8 :. 1. 1 ,
quately of criminal and civil cases gleaming ) ":
: .tf t 1 10' Single' Speed IOOPF) ,. $19 ./-.. t
264-93.11: Hilda Houston handled by state courts In 1970. finish, .95,4. .
14" Two Speed IO1TF) . $ .. ..t=a.
: He said reform of the Judiciary Group Includes: $ CT J95 j at 17" Three Speed (IOY3FI.) . $4995 -k:::i : : '
is coming from the pre .36" Round Tate $24.95Special 20" Three.Speed ((02XFI) . SS99S ( .. \
i;!: :!1:1::::1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1::::::::::: ::::: ::::: mj1j1 1 1 1 i lj;1 11111ji11 1 111jl1i111111m1m1111m; Jl:1:: 1:1:1fllil:1:1:1@jjj :: ::::::: @ sent session of the legislature 4 Matching Chair, J / Compare$67.88 at 01PR Wheel.About Stand Fits Above Fan $9.95 Extra

r\\jjj j j j1r of through the State revision Constitution.of Chapter 5 t 1 ALUMINUM PORCH & LAWN FURNITURE t

Congratulations A nn. e
r County; Judge Theron Yawn (A) STACK CHAIR (C) Redwood FOLDING CHAIR

\ W who said McCain is 39, and was $gee

?- Our New Off awarded his degree In law from Elegant Cast Iron Furniture' $595",
M Queen W.} the University; of Florida in a (B) FOLDING CHAISE t

.;::.:.: :.:.:. 1955. He served with the Air t l -
tj Straivberryland I !, [t1F Force for two years and then $798 '

practiced law until 1967 when

he was made a Judge of the

F 4th District Court of Appeals.In .
V k ;f December, 1970 he was appointed t t tt
4 'yrI a state Supreme Court
: Justice. -S 10SC 14WL 21FCIc

Following the program ?
George Hugglns presented John -

Clemons the Herdsman's Award y RICHMOND CEDAR ICE CREAMFREEZERS t tt
sponsored by the Rotary Club. t
The FFA member received the Metal SWING
5 Qt.-$14.95
trophy for keeping his animal and STAND
1 4 % stalls the cleanest at the recent 6 at.-519.95

Bradford County Fair. f. 8 Qt29.95
The meeting was conductedby t OOLs t tt

commended: DeWitt T.the Farabee fine Job Jr.done, who by 3-Pc, PATIO SET OOGK '

John Torode and committee Include: 74 88 "

members in making the club's 38V4" Sette* Compare at Deluxe Electric

1971 Rural-Urban Day at the '' e. Occmonal Chair $84.99 FREEZER 3n* nm m* n wet end u t
fair an outstanding success. t Coffe* Tabl* coos wornllnnli 'Ir.rd an wren
44- Iontnd 95
MATCHING ARM CHAIR 2695 Qt.-$29.95 __ of;" round. tubing. 39
frl. 14 w,0hhoi, grad) e"H'.10"

... -..jrocs. SERVICE MENArmy t Don't Forget To Take Advantage Of Our t tt

Private Robert E.Rosier -

j ] 18, son of<< Mr. and Mr*.

.-,.. Cedric: R. Rosier, Route 1, Law-
: :: "" ... : : Great On And Chest Freezers.
: ,
: tey, recently completed a 17- Buys Upright ,

F .:.;. week fire control Instrument t
iI r.}. remit course at the U.S. Armv
ordnance centlranld school Aberdeen Get Now For Fresh Com- ,
proving\ ground Md. Ready Vegetables

-I I The course U designed to.

May Your Reign Contain train .student*. In the Inspection ,

adjustment and repair of t
precision sighting and aiming ing In.

.1 The Best Of Everything! j} equipment used on combat: wea t.t

tetok//rled/ 1901
pons.Pvt. ."B.1w4 *hg' 7Le Qq/It", A ALA Sfge
Rosier entered the army yES S RiBff

::1 In L 2 FUINITUK FIOOI l ((OVilINC ZEST V TERMS AS!! 14 : t .|NIIUINMN| ( ? -.t

STAN'SBOOTERY-.I he training was last at Ft.stationed.DU N.J., when :

.. .. = H. Is a 1970 graduate of
.. "'N. .. >r.'>,<< H., <<<<.:
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Runners 2nd To Palatka \"- BHS Nine

:' In Bradford InvitationalRichard Splits Pair


Bradford could do nothing .SA BOX SCORE
wrong Wednesday and nothing
fort from our high jumpers" A right Saturday as the Tornado
Golden set two new Loper said as Tim Murpheytook Nine breezed past St. Augustine McGee rf g 98 U 11..
records in leading Falatka South first place Donate Craw- 10-0. but fell 9-2 at I Hazen ss l'
to. first place In the Fourth ford second. and Jimmy Ricks the hands of Fernandlna. Johns Ib 4 3 0 0 l'

Annual BUS Invitational Track f1tb.. Bennett. If 1
3 I
and Field Meet here Friday. ST. AUGUSTINE GAMEIn
Jimmy Andrews set a new McGovern 3b 2 I 1
fralauta South's 146-1/2 points ttrn school record In the 330 in- Wednesday's.earne, John- McNeal. c 3 2 1
G, Brown hurled two hitteras
earned them the win. followedby termediates as did Randy Hodges A ny the Tornadoes a Williams cf 3 I I
shut out the
the Tornadoes with 103. Ocala In the steeplechase k t Yellow Jackets 10-0. L. Brown, 2b 1 I 2
Forrest was a distant third "All of our team did Just J. Brown, p 2 I 2 .
Brown struck out 8 and
with 58-1/2. closely followedby great." Loper said. "The Incentive walked 4 while his 2 Totals 24 10 7'
Orange Park with S3-1/2 w rn! and challenge was there hitter.In .
Eleven teams and they all did the best
points participated very
the second Inning the Tor- :
In Friday's meet. they could. 1:71''
nadoes scored 8
off 5
"This same Incentive and LY.l ,fen runs AB H n';
Ten meet records were set.. challenge 1'111be\ there again I hits. Randy: McGovern led off McGee rf' 3 0 uHazen

Including three by BUS Relay '. Friday when we host the Florida ., the Inning with a wal, James ss 3 I 0
teams. Star Conference .'.:f 11. : McNeal then doubled scoring Johns Ib -
Champ 0'0
.. .. .. 2
McGovern. Johnny Brown and
Bradford's 880 yd relay team ionships. :Jr:..Jw.-., .....A. _. :ww}.... t'a Randel McGee then Bennett If 3 1 .0
of Mark Crawford Vernon Barber "I'd especially like to thank '. ...'f. ..-. : loading the bases. walked L. Brown, 2b 2 0 1
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and John -/.i l' ,
Levy Lennon .. McGovern 2b 0 0
our coaching staff interns and 'IJ!. .. Eddie Hazen was safe on an 2
Douglas set a new meet record .. McNeal c 1 1 I
and Hank .
especially Charlotte "
.. error scoring McNeal. Ricky
of 1:31.9.The : I ,. -,, 'y+ul Williams cf 2 0 0
rtft Greene Hobert Paterson Bennett then followed with "
\ team set a new p. a J. "
same Brown
p 0
Doc l Holiday \ 0
George Flynn .
record In the sprint medley Hodges .. i.!.! .. Ingle, scoring Brown and Mc- Trlest '
meet .
1 4 U II'_L.. ..... ; ,. IS j 0 0
and Lowell Douglas for .
relay with a time of 2- n .... ..... .... Gee. Larry Brown followed witha McCutchen, c I 0 ,0

02.5. their tremendous us In helping effort and to make help ... ..: .,' :::;:.':: 2. double scoring Hazen and Prevatt. ph 1 0.0
.. .
Bradford's two mile relay .eygJ they gave .. : : -i Bennett. The final run of the
Wynn. ph
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meet with-
team of Timmy Clark, John out this this a successful sincere effort,it Just .. ... ".',, ... .., ::te_. ..... .,..... "- '. Inning came as McGovern singled Totals 24 4 ,2
Richard and Buddy .. "" .. ..
Burch "
Fill 1".
wouldn't have been possible." ... ...... : .. '
Paterson set a new meet ..;.'L:,J L.. "V""l. .. ..,, .I. ""' 't' 'i Bradford picked up anothertwo
and school record with a time ... ;:.:.. :; .. ,..".-... runs In the fifth. Jerome
Of 8:24.7. BUS RESULTS ""." :" .io __. .' ., "<:.....: -, '',''''''. ... ..; d'., Williams and Johnny Brown e e .
: .. .. ,
Triple Jump-J 1)) Henry 40'- ."la. ."1. .4. ..
.. l 1. ? 't''a.- started things rolling with sin
three .
"Our teams :
relay -4- .
breaking the relay event records __ ___ _. __r__ 104)) Flynn. .,; ','--h...-;; ...._..'-.f..... .." .. !..JIr.r.,". :...'!\.. .. '' .. ...'....., ... ".' .r--..!..\,....:. '): ..-.... -, gles. Then with the help of While a researcher less las.
was a really outstanding 3000 Meter Steeplechase- 1":. .. \ ... ...- \ ';" "" : two errors. Randel McGee got that people are sleeping .

effort," Coach George Lope Jimmy Andrews on his way to a first place win in the (Hodges.440 Relays-! 3) BITS, 47.0. ...:. ....\':< '--' -" -' -- sacrificed scoring -
r said low hurdles Andrews want on to place first in the high 2 Mile Relays-J 1)) BHS 8-: Brown and ending the game. plcttly I done away with Some .r
hurdles as well as the lows. 24.7 a new meet record. Molochi Henry doing his thing, Henry set both a new neighborhoods, however, seem .

__1- Pole Vault5) Keys. school and meet record with a lump of 40'10'l FERNANDINA: GAME determined to try,

MalacM: Henry In the triple record with a jump of 40'10.' High Jump-I 1)) Murphey 6', Fernandina took the wind out
301DRIVEIN jump set a new meet and school "We had a tremendous ef- -2)) Crawford5)) Ricks. of the Tornado short stops Saturday -
Long Jump2)) Henry 20'4". as the Pirates scored 6
120 IIII-I) Andrews 14.9. Meet runs on errors by Bradford J&SBarB.QuePit
100 Yd. Dash2)) Douglas. Loop at that position in a 9-2 Pirate -
880 Relays1)! ) BHS 1:31.9: victory. "
a new meet record Bradford's only bright spot Your Hosts
330 Int. lI's-3)) Andrews 41.9 came as the Tornadoes tooka JOHN & SAKAII REIDis
Show Begin At Sundown BHS a new school record. short lived 2-1 lead on a NOW OPENBA1MIQUE
Rally 880 Yard Run3)) Paterson. Here Friday homer by James McNeal. :
Double Feature Spt. Medley Relays-1 1)) BHS With Larry Brown on first.
2:02.5: a new meet record. McNeal slammed Bradford'sfirst Is Our BusinessIIRS.
Friday, Saturday 220 Yd. Dash3)) Timmy homer of the year. 8 a.m., 10 p.m.

April 16-17 Falls Short Clark. Down 2-1, Fernandlna scored The Finest Pit in Fla.
One Mile Relay -2)) BHS. Bradford High will host the George Loper says. "Bradfordwill 7 runs In the third Inning. Of Call 782-3717'For' TakeOut !;
Florida Star Conference Track be rated a strong second the seven runs, only two were Orders
with trials beginning and Orange Park distant third.
POPULAR PRICES DIRECT FROM Championships earned runs. The other five
ITS RESERVED SEAT ENGAGEMENT i iDickVanDyke Bradford's hitting came too fanned 12 and at 3:30 p.m. and finalsat "Palatka has a lot of depth runs came on 8 Bradford errors Located On 301
little and too late Monday nightas walked IIlghhouse 2, while pitching a five- gave the best them record a 5-9 season mark, 6:30: Friday April 16. and balance. They've got a lot six of which were on Lawtey, Fla. .
a seventh Inning rally fell hitter 1966. "Palatka South is favored to of juniors and seniors they the short stoP.Fernandina .
r f) short and Orange Park, behind "In the ball games we won take the championship," Coach can switch from one event to picked up one run
the arm of southpaw Chuck Johnny Drown, pitching for we just put everything together another without feeling it. in the first and fifth also on
the Tornadoes struck out 6 "We'll be favored in the 100,
Hlghhouse, handed the Tornado Coach Allen said. "If errors. Plaza
nine Lticlr second straight 220 880 Relays, 880 run sprint "Brown allowed only 5 hits, ,"
loss. medley relays and high Coach John Allen said. "The
BHS HurdlerTo Barber Shop
v jumps. difference came in errors."
:: "Hitting was our biggest Competing in Friday's meet Bradford had 8 errors Fer-
....--. problem." Coach John Allen will be Bradford Palatka South nandina none. Stork
Bald;"rt just came too llttlo CompeteIn Clay, Orange Park Live Oak Plata
: and too late" Fernandina Beach Holies and .
"CHdfy ,.. Hours 8 to S'. 30
dS'Ja St. Augustine.The .

dJJiU' I 1/11rR. )R': OlympicsJimmy meet was regularly e ,Appointment .
scheduled be held in St.
.' /11 will be rft/fiu/fr' in UI/II'I If Preferred
...i" :, ..J Augustine but due to their track /
r. to dung in a country with'
"Lionel JeffriesJChitry SallyAnn Andrews, accordingto being resurfaced will be held only!!! one' 'lieavywnqht, ', eluini/ Phone 9645030Here
-. FLORIDATHEATRE the Amateur Athletic Union. here pion.

:) Chmy! SUPER PANWISION TECHNICOLOR, twenty first season of A.A.U. x.:::::::' Junior Olympic track and field
United Artists
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AND Andrews top flight hurdler A
as a junior ranked fourth in
An ALBERTd'GRIMAtDC Production Showliine-Weckd.iyvi: !' 7::011Sunrla:1 the national AAU Junior Oly- /
: ::0(1( Saturday J 1:00: mpic tabulations in the Inter- .

LEE WILLIAM 1 mediate division for 1970 witha J
Feature ;
Double best time of 15.7 in the 120

VAN CLEEF BERGERsaljata Sunday, Mondayand yard high hurdles.Other" .

a 'I'Io age groups are the
Tuesday ...' -_..-: ..' bantams ((9 and under). Junior
A ((12 and 13) midget (10( and 11),
AprlllB.19-20 young Raider finds that t > score he must around
go or
and senior (16 and 17)). '
through Bradford's big catcher James McNeal.we 9 me

United Aifittt) Golfers Fail
and walked 5, while giving up do this In the subdistrictand
12 hIts district playoffs, we should WRITING
Sunday Monday.
ri 4 Bradford make a good showing. To PlaceIn
a picked up one run
April 1849AMCtN in the scond as Jerome Williams "(lad we not made as many

singled and scored onlohnny errors In our ball games, we DistrictBradford QUALITY IN
/ Brown's double. would have won a lot more." ":

I H wasn't enough however
as the Raiders< picked up 4
.1' t t F4lr runs in the same Inning on 4 failed to place any- A POCKET
hits. Orange Park picked up BHS BOXInvitational one In state competition Friday -
another run In the third and as the Tornadoes attended -
AL+EW : ro one in the sixth.Bradford AS II R the District Tournament at PEN
MCGee RF the Deerwood Country Club in
rallied in the sev- I.. Brown, 2B 4 0 0 Jacksonville.
enth Dean Johns and Jerome 2 0 0
as lIazen, SS
Li la 49
Williams singled. Brown Bennett, LF 2 0 0 Richard Roberta and David
.111 1. brought them both home witha McGovern 3D 3 0 0 McRae led the Tornadoes with
The Power. j single ltandal McGee then McKinney 2B I 0 0 81's. Dale Johns fired an 86,
i iof flied out advancing Brown to Mceal.! C 2 0 0 while Terry Gaines shot a 94. Retractable
1 the passion I the terror
t third. Brown then scored on Johns, IB 8 i 0 "Both McRae and I had a
I Emily Bronte's: I Immortal a wild throw. Williams CF I good chance to go to state
J. Brown. P 3 2 2 but our putting gave both of Refillable
story I of I young 1 Jove* j.Ulutherirm j. This game for ended regular sea Totals 3 2 I us trouble" said Richard Roberts -
son play the Tornadoes and 26 5 4 .

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DlLUalBERGERIPALMER AND Tourney Begins Tonight iC


WI i 3 TOTAL _
The second Annual PreSeason Lake City; vs Jacksonville Mer .
JOILN HUSTON -....-. .I. TERROR Invitational Slow Pilch Sort- chants; 9 p.m. Palatka vs Garden City- Jacksonville Merchantsvs ,

.CDLDR @ ball Tournament will open at Restaurant;; 10:15: p.m.Mac- Savannah, Ga.
..MRMV PAINANAMERICAN< *--11--1 Westslde I'ark tonight (Thursday clenny vs Gainesville Midnight W.S.P. Winner of I

" INTERNAIIONALPICIURI April 15) at 7:45: p.m. Friday April 18-7 pjn., Palatka Garden vs Mobley
1 IMO Arrmrtsmn" International Picture. Jacksonville SCL vs St. Augustine Realty, St. Pete; B.H.S. Winnerof '
twenty-one; teams from a- Macclenny Gainesville vs
Lions 8:15
round the state of Florida ; p.m., St.
AND and Island Inn, St. Pete.
\ Georgia will battle for the Augustine Moose vs Osteen. ,.
championship In the double elimination Beginning with the 9:30: p.m. Saturday. April 17 1:30: a.m. :1
contest. Garden Restaurant game Friday a eelr of games W.S.P. Winner of Jacksonville
I of Starke defending will be played every hour and SCL-St. AumisttJiB Lion .
I nm I n champion stands a good chanceto vs Ft. lAuderdale; 'B.H.S,- .. .
I fifteen minutes one at Westside .- winner 01 M. Augustine Moose- .F
;.f/ repeat as the winner. How Park and Bradford High Osteen vs Tltusvllle.

I / i r'r ever they will be. challengedby School. Games In the losers bracket 111
GROUPIES several strong contendersand 9:30 p.m., WS.p. Tampa
begin with the 9:45: ajn. game.
I we wUl not make'any predictions vs Dick's Lounge St. Pete; Winners bracket games begin
time according'to
V B.IlS. Thomasvllle, Ga.
iI ( '' Recreation Director Gene vs with the 12:15: game.

tli LYBOYLE DONALD SUMPTER ) o COLOR...-*.- Rayburn Games will\ be Stnithers St. Pete' The last games Saturday are BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 1 ?
I RICHARD SHAW_,ESME JOHNS' .1 played as follows. 10:45 p.m. W.SP Vero scheduled for 11:30: p.m. and
; aMIp1.C .NINfJl.rawr+aw MCMCIMINnilNATIOMM.ftilAalItTO .Opening Night Schedule Beach vs Ormond Beach Optical play will resume Sunday(W.S.P. .' .. "
---- e *m..''ran'Inlomirt'onrt P.ftiif. lor B.H.S. Winner of LakeIAKSAIEARED ) at 1:30
only pjn.
Thursday, April 15- 7:4: p.m., ; .9AfXt::f.% : +rYIll4R fiY:9.0YCGf&tY
:G 2'Y.:9'.CY.: :!?l Si9D; R9'N + +GSrX :1.i: f1 G iY.fFd.R $k:

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS Gold Roberto George) and his dies' Golf Association will be a
Bingo. April 14. 21, 28. partner Warney Adklason were on hand to assist the Pro.) 7 MI. NORTH OF STARKE ON 301 HIGHWAY #

Ladles Golf Association April -/ the winners. Second, Dr. Adam Tuesday morning at 9:30. April 1
13. 7:30 pun. and Dr. Barry. Third. 20 members' wives and 1 1r BLUE GRASS COUNTRY & GOSPEL MUSIC
Lessons Members' sons,age Ralph Bryan and Drew Red- lady members will begin a series -
7-18, 179; dish. Fourth, Delano Thomasand of 6 lessons. $1 charge per .
F.R. Carradlne.Fifth.Ver- lesson for range balls. ) Family EntertainmentIN

Lesson, Members' sons, age non Silcox and C.R. Hutcheson. Can the Pix Shop and let
718. April 17, 9 a.m. Following the Tournament a Herb know If ""you're interes-

,Lesson Wives and Lady covered dish supper was en- ted. ? r ) PERSON .

members, April 20, 9:30: ajn. Joyed by members guests and .._ ,,...., .
IIr -"' --' -
Square Dance. April 24, 9 their families. TRIPLE BOGEY AWARD Stars ol R.cordsRadios and TV

pjn. This month we'have to a- Ken Clarks Merry Mountain Boys
MEMBERSHIP ACTIVITYAND ward our coveted award td all Legionaires Get Key
Sound of Blue Grot
BOARD OF DIRECTORSFor COMMITTEELast our members who didn't come
those not already aware, month l I didn't Include out to see the Paul Hahn, Jr. Don O'Niel/ Johnny Thompson -
To New
J.C. Fogg has resigned from the tax when I stated Golf DINS, performance. March 28. Young Post 56 HomeBuilding Birch Family Plus Many Mora

his position on the Board. as It Is $22.50 plus '.90 tax which Hahn gave an outstanding per-
our Club's Treasurer. totals $23.40. Social Is $12.48 formance of trick golf shotsas NON-PROFESSIONALS WELCOME
,"Jewett has served our Club total. And out-of-town $10.40 well as an Informative golf Committee Chair- Post Home with all masonry ober 1966.A Audition 6
Before Show
long and faithfully for many total. clinic. man X.M. Smith accepts the brick faced exterior walls and dedication ceremony will p.m. Friday
years. It Is with regret that The membership drive Is goIng key to new Jonee-Langford- all aluminum sof(fitting and siding be held at a later date. 23 8:00 P.M.
Friday April
we see him leave the Board. firecracker hot. If the team FIFTH ANNUAL STRAW- White, Post No. 58, American interior facilities include Post 56 has a membershipof -
Thinking If only. 10% of our scores didn't make the Telegraph BERRY INVITATIONAL Legion Post Home located at complete air conditioning and 200 which comprises WWI", 24 & P.M.
2 P.M.
membership put In one-half the here they are: Where do I start? 715 Edwards Road from Builder heating, rest rooms, office, WW2. Korean and Vietnam ve- Saturday April 8
time that Jewett has they would Red with Vernon Sllcox CpC. I'm sure the finest yet. Weather Mate WhItehead as Post large assembly room and a terans.
get In each others way lookIng 11 new members; White with that allowed us to play Commander Bill Scogglns lookson. completely equipped kitchen. Meetings are held the second ADMISSION THIS WEEK ONLY

for something to do. From Pat Farnsworth CpC. 3 new and some mighty; dedicated people Randall F. Chitty National and fourth Tuesday evening of Adult $1.00 -- Children Fr*. Under 12
the Board'to you, Jewett, a members; Blue with Brian to run It. Durability; and ease of main- Chard Armory has been the each month. Members and
sincere and hujnble "Thank Hamilton, Cpt., 3 new mem- A real special "Thanks" to tenance have been stressed in acting Legion Home since the guests are always codlally Invited Good Clean Country Music EntertainmentIn
you\ !" bers; Blood with Dr. Adams John Watson, Bobby McRae the design of the single story vale of old Post Home In Oct- to attend.
Jewett had given to me, for Cpt., 2 new members. Ben Moxley, Pat Farnsworth The Old Barn
those who might have forgotten Hump Humphries, Dee Fogg,
and the new members a break- NEW MEMBERSAll Bill Brown, Randy Jones and
down of the FHA.Loan securedby right, between names In Herb Herres our Pro. Even ORE FOR
our Club.TOTAL The Telegraph trying to keep Simon didn't do too bad with r Ili
scores on a membership drive, the plus! And how about the
LOANExpenditures (despite Dr. Adams Herb's delicious hamburgers and
: Legal Fee Clip Board Nell Tucker's Of strawberry shortcake served
$600; Engineering Fee $1.500; flee and this left handers mess by the Ladles' Golf Assocla-:
Bond Retirement$75.360l Cart of a news letter I will try don What a Job they did!
& Equip Shed $10,163; ParkIng and list our new members. Ed Rogers, Keystone's Pro
Lot$3.521lrrigatioD; 27. If your name should appear hud the low team In Friday's
000; Drainage $7,000; Tennis twice somewhere, please excuse Pro-Am with Bob Duval firinga
Courts 8961. Total 134106. Just don't want to leave 72 for low Pro. Bob Is the

Balance: Interest first year, anyone out. Assistant Pro at Fernandina
3673.98 Returned to FHA In T.A. Sundem Klngsley Lake; Beach.
March 44,300.; 1971 to apply Charles Flynn, Sidney Jackson, $ ) I
against back payments. Montine McConnell, Charles Steve Scrafford playing out
Board meeting April 8.7:30Jim. : Hall Charles Lundy, Robert of Gainesville Golf and Coun-
.. Club House. Foster, Leonard Noegel, Lar- try Club, Is the new Invitational I 'j
ry Bruner. Gene Shaw, Starke; winner finishing Birdie r
SOCIAL COMMITTEEAND Ernest Anderson, Sam Parker Birdie, Birdie Sunday fora
ACTIVITIES William White, James Ca- total of 145 (72-73)) for the

Those who missed the Coun- son, Norman Stephenson, Lake Tournament.
try-Western Dance last Satur- Butler; Jay Ellis Keystone Second Place Champion .
day night' March 27, really Heights; Ralph Day, Gainesville nlgh David Lester. Mel-
missed a good time. We had ; Jim Chasteen, Dr.Thomas bourne.
about 150 people. Hess, W.F. Rouse, Thompson Third Place Champion flight- y
Jim Arnold Lake City :'l- THI INT ntl CHAIN I 6 CILISIATINO TNI
The same band will be back B. Rahn. Robert Turner. ; OIAND OPINING Of OUR NIWIST STOM IN
April 24 In the Club House James T. Richardson, HarryW. Winner First nlght-HaISey- '' LIMIT 1 THI OCOIf SHOPPING CINTIB AT FRANKLIN \ tllVIKSTAR GOAD IN OCOII. FLA4 .
9 p.m. 1 a.m. $3 per cou- Evans Jr., Raiford. mour, Starke; 2nd placeJon
ple. Y'all com-)- Make our new members wel- Enyeart; 3rd placeJ, Stan-

Stag night for the month of come. If you see someone you ley.Winner '
April has been' cancelled and don't know find out who they Second flightVer- -_ ; GOLF PUTTERS ALL LEATHER

Bingo will be held every Wednesday are. non Louise Silcox.Simonetta Starke,; U 2nd of place-Fla.; MEN'S -' r/ BASEBALL
.W .
night- p.m. PRO'S CORNER 3rd placeCol.. John Beidler, FAMOUS MAKH a !
We wish to.welcome Mr. and QO GLOVES
Mrs. Charles. Hall and Mr. and Couldn't get too much out Keystone Heights. DRESS PAMTS 1 I tl
Mrs. to the Social of Herb this month. I spent Winner, Third nightSam ART YOUNG
Ralph Bryan -
Committee. all of my time on his Clip Zack, Jacksonville; 2nd placeL. Nal'lly. Slid Chreme phtedAdL \ j, MODIl
'. Board. Murray; 3rd placeTIE( ) 10,00 toU.00 Nylon ".''ched. Ran-
.Member-Prospective member Herb will start Saturday morning Carl Johns, Carl Minx and Brian 1h '; Superbly ((1'l hide laced, hildoillpocket
_, -
Hamilton Starke.PRESIDENTS action.Cuttim '
Tournament held February April 1'7. at 9 o'clock, i tailored In "" i imp
28 was a real big success a series of 6 lessons for mem- I jjj the limit 1 1 1 built prolei'
we had about 45 guests of bers' sons, 718.* Fifty; cents CUPCongratulations A Permanent t; mull' marl!

which some are now members, per lesson will be charged to ,, to Ruth Prtit fabric J tiYt't 1,
to compete. Bring-home-the- cover range balls. (The La- Broadway current winner of fI You will find .+ _ _ s, Ia
.the Ladles President's Cup hip ulec- ,,. "
Tournament. Second place- lion il tolldcclort ) i- "- TENNIS BALLS 1 F

Gertie McRae; Third Place- chichi,
Maggie Miller; Fourth Place- ml pit indto = ad TENNIS GAINESVILLE Lou Struth. chilliIrtm t BAILS "" ""''" 1 bills r E. BASEBALLS 1.CO
per tan, _,
Ladles Annual Club 2e ro 01 e YOU SAVI 327. 4 PLAYER
Business Championship Tournament will 1 .L fi
Directory "
begin April 25. BADMINTON SETS
Y hr/3,, 1s '
\, Gertie McRae, present Ladies I I \':'t'""" Dilute doublet tit .includu
Club Champion, will be Four rackets, nit 'too posh
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES defending her title against all 4= nth togglHhulller/ill' '
of the Club's ladles. The Tour u e "' 'h. logbook ot rulei
nament will be flighted by han- I
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Faris, Inc. dicap, and the schedule for YOUR MONEY i 3.94"0 SAVI TOU 1.00
play will be posted in the Pro ORE FOR

SALES & SERVICE' ln-ertirl their parents enjoyed the
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We Rent Fertilizer Spreader. \\\ \
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Thomas, Jeff Shaw, Barry Thomas h she 14 ti IT 111 < / / 0

Barkley Motors, Inc, LIDDELL and Joey Herres. Also attending sr+v122y 1 WAXERS
with his family was
.; one of the originators of the t)< "Shrink to lit" / Stores, refeaiei and spreads
Glass Company"Glass Hip hugging l r was Automatically'''
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style Long includes 22 Ot bottle it tilt'

4 wheel drive and' cat's For Every Purpose" Saving the best till last, our wearlnl blue denim k .t"'' 4r'--- c'' A 5.95 pole IIIII 'floor> eat,
lea- ,
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Sale, )''Parts. Service lovely new Strawberry Queen, fabric. # VALUE
Clean ,Vied Toyota Tub Enclosures-Showers Miss Anne Terwillegar. Con- Double
Furniture Tops Class Replaced gratulations to Anne her parents r' MEN'S inched f' )
1700 :N.MaIn 37 .12G& Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ter- 'throughout'' I' /
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Nationally, Sold racer, blender % ,juicer.FREE ;r- /

Motor Repair Co.or I .)) it MS FOOD GLAMOURIZE: r/


Oninenvllte. Inc.Rl'pal1nlf PIANOS i ORGANS "A good thing to remember .' Full comfortcinstruclion./ oL 1 VoS tle

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lose head!t.
New and Used you your } Min's tint l'i' till ;: i,
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Ph. 372-8318 WimtiTl situ f
28W N. W. 16th r

MOVERS this area to train a* h
O'vllle Shopping Ctr. 372-535 BASKETBALL v. GALLON
._ a Silt adhesive vinyl,
. Movt. LIVESTOCKBUYERS ii Applies / \ Fit Huffier washables, .i
Distance easily ,
Lone; ( Farm and Industrial SNEAKERS .J l'' .' M/r/
Slomjre PackingCrating L .h' Many colorful I niin. I Sill II I kitten 0 limit \
Equipment YOU SAVI 23% & linens. Ads. In thi .
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Free Estimates 3e1e/, :l 1.. Ia YOU SAVI 34% pruenlten ? wA".+..srCeshhltd
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Mr*, D. B. UWS SAVE WlrhE

SJtJrrJr a, Jfil Green Stamps!
Twenty-four children were
treated to an Easter egg hunt
at Hampton ChrUtian Church Everyday Low Prices!
Friday afternoon. Mrs. Mark E L. '
lee J. Norman was aeel. tee |
by Donna Sherry Faye and Crawford Darlene and Norman Bon-,' I Weekly Specials!

nie Trlsler. Refreshment of ,
punch cookies and cake were
served to the children after
the egg hunt.

Mrs. Hill drove to St.
Petersburg Monday to take
Debbie 11111 and Barbara Dun-
Kan who had been visiting here
with lege. the Kills back to col

Mr., and Mrs. L.L. Melton tiF
and Otis had as dinner guests
Easter Sunday Mr. and Mrs. REEF PEO'tPRICES
Glen Thomas and family Mr.

and son Mrs.and Irving Mr. and McConaghy Mrs. Clar-and GOOD THURS., APRIL 15 SUN., APRIl 18
ence Hagan and family of St. odt FavoriteBOB B
Augustine. After dinner Mr. (/ Uf
and Mrs. Woodrow Melton of
Fairbanks and their three
grandchildren were visiting,
and they had an Easter egg
hunt for the children. f9.,.
( ;
Marshall Matchett was taken v ,
to Bradford County Hospital -
In Starke Wednesday and
his brother Shellee Matchett
the following day. Both were
reported improving by last
weekend. Wayne Matchett son
of Mr. and Mrs. M.M. Match- BACONSAVE
ett of Long Islaivj, N.Y. visit- ,
ed here from Thursday to Saturday -
and Mrs. Day of Plant "
City, visited hei. and with her 7. #,
brothers tar V pi tat. ,, t4 irLo( _
Mr. and 1 11 Pearson
and family I were recent Ec
vlslu r parents
here whUo ou* New York
where Mr. .earson was to have 29C 2 1-LB.
reserve training. oaeeru PKGS.
Mr. and Mrs. H.O. Dyal and BTAMP6
family drove to liattiesburg,
Miss., last week to visit Wll-!
Ham Carey College where Ron
nie and Susan Dyal plan) to en- 1

of chua roll.Mr.son Waldo. and born General Mrs.are April Derwood the Hospital 6 parents, at Dortch Ala-In ofa L H Rump Roast LB $139 Gr. Beef .5 PKG. $289

Gainesville. They are former

Joe week her Oliver.where parents Wallace In her LaCrosse Mr.Collins sister and visited Mrs.last Jo- Shldr. Roast Le $119 Pork Roast. LB 49C

ann Gehron and her four sons
of Ft. Lauderdale were visit-


Jacksonville I

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limit On.With$7 30 or Man Purc CigQuantity

Business 1 f'


DirectoryAuto SAVEYGnn&sf l8.

Parrish Sales and Motor Service FRUIT 49

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Always Good Vied Cat.* limit J With$7.30 or Moro PvrchoM Ene.Clg.
.1121 Laura St. -r Ph. 35.-SU4 414 S

RigMt, RehorvodWINN ,
Electric, Co. :
Electric Motors 5 46-oz. Lettuce. 2 HEADS 39e Dinners ':It '59C

Sold Serviced Repaired CANS L .Af
Rewinding. COCONUT FRUIT '
4044 Lenox Jax 387-2328 laAU1T.D S+1 Celery .2 -29c Pies 2 ". ;. '$10ASTOK
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Poe Pis 4

CONN YAMAHA ORGANS and KIMBALL PIANOS Fruit Cocktail .5 CANS $1 '.- :,;

LAND SUNSHINE .limit 2 with 11.90 or,mac*purchax including cigarortoiButter U.S. No. 1 ALL PURPOSE


Peas .6 CANS" $1


Roosevelt ORGANS MaJI-JW$ 1. French Dressing 3 :T 88C > y .-


LITTLE DUDE Tide Detergent 10 .-. $239 '

Western Store IJ OFFJoy

Western Clothing Leather Detergent. ,:-46* 10 BAGAU
good*. Saddles and Trailers. .
Charter! A Sharon Petty
IOZ 8. Edcewood I84-U10

BAXLEY CHAIR Wesson Oil 4-.'. 98C Sardines 7 CANS o $1 Apples 4 69C Topping 5 pr; ,I$1 Joo]


. UvlagRamI Sauce 5 CANS $100 1 Limas I . 6 CANS'16.0.. $1 Onions .3 tAG LII. 29C Rich . .5 PINTS.0. :$100 1 1DIlMONTI
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, .cInom. 075. 48C Macaroni .2v 25C Potatoes LI.15c Pizza 75C
Catsup . S'sage EACH


' U.JaehonYl'Caw '1,Block Fla. from:SAtf;; .114.Ml Puddings 2 a $1 1 Tomatoes .4 CANS. $1 Sandwich .2 'PoR. $1 Limas .. 2 20: ;. $looh

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Tilt Suvttttt StrmwUrrUu This SU ./ Hi.". .

Fishing Costs Shared EquallyBy 'No Win' Policy Scored In Film Government Data Banks

All Who Wet Line In State Sponsored By Birch Society"No Storing Personal Info

I The price tag on a fishing The average cost to the Individual celvlng Federal, State or County action-filled Substitute color for Victory film a-"
I trip might be determined by fisherman was$8.30 for welfare program assistance bout Vietnam, starring John How private are the lives be "leaked" to others, it was arrested for felonies and of
I where you fUh and how you the trip. The cost Included bait, when such resident Is fishingin Wayne, Martha Raye, and a and activities of Bradford County testified.In others who have voluntarily
I fish, and the total cost of the automobile mileage and re- the county; of residence with number of military leaders, residents? Not as private as the files of the Social Security submitted their fingerprints for
I trip tray range from a few freshments. The trip expenditure not more than three poles or will be held at the Bradford they think they are. Administration are the Identification purposes.
I dollars to several weeks' sal did. not Include cost of lines for non commercial pur- High School auditorium Tues- On the basis of testimony records of some 1,800 local The surveys made periodically -
fishing license, by the Census Bureau
fishing tackle or residents who are receiving
ary. poses. before the Sen
20 at 8 given recently
day, April p.m.
as these Items must be prop- retirement or disability ben- also produce much private information -
According to the Game and Other fishing license exemp- The 75-mlnute motion picture ate Subcommittee on Constitu-
ated over a number of trips. efits. In addition, the administration about people but thisIf
Fresh Water Fish Commission tions Include all residents 65 scheduled for only one tional Rights it appears thata -
fishing methods may range from A resident fresh water fishing years of age and over and all showing In this area, surveysthe wealth of personal informa- has the employment records only for statistical purposes
cane poles and worms to super license cost three dollars children under the age of 15. U.S. involvement in Vietnam tion about local people has been of nearly everyone in and Is kept confidential.The .
delux fishing lodges with boat a year or less than a penny Fishermen in this category may and Is critical of so-called stored In the data banks of the area who Is in the labor purpose of the Senate Inquiry -
bait and guides The trip may: a day, and Is good for 365 fish anywhere in the State by "no-win" policies conducting computers in Washinton and force. Is to find a way to con-
be:! an afternoon venture for a days of fishing, as there Is no any legal method. the elsewhere, ready for Instantaneous Another collector of data Is trol the data banks and pre-
fish dinner or an extended fishing cloeed season in Florida. One dollar from the sale of The war.Bradford County; TRAIN Inspection. the FBI, which has an estimated vent the misuse of the Information -
vacation. The greater majority; of the each three dollar fishing licenseis Committee, which has urged a According to one witness, 6,200 fingerprints on file in them.
Florida's fresh water fish fishermen were from Miami placed in a special fishing "win policy" in Vietnam anda Prof. Arthur Miller of the Uni- of men women and children
ermen may spend(! as much oras and reported driving an average Improvement fund to be used halt to aid to the Communists versity of Michigan Law School, living In Bradford County. e
little as they! dlslre. but the 61 28.66 miles to reach to improve Florida's fresh water is sponsoring the film "Each time a citizen files a Included are prints of per-
favorite fishing spot.Max- sons on public payrolls,of those Progress is the constant Invention
opportunity to enjoy fresh water their fishing through research showing ,here. Tickets are $2 tax return, applies for credit
fishing and reap the benefits imum miles driver by one fisherman 'and management. each for adults, and $1 for for life Insurance, seeks Government who have been in military ser- of forms of transportation -
of was 160 miles, and the vice, of people who have been that can lose money
a progressive fishing Passage of the cane pole provision students. All veterans of the benefits or Interviewsfor faster.
Improvement program''Is minimum miles driver was two. of Florida's fishing license Vietnam war and all military a public Job, a dossier is
shared equally by aU fisher Of the 311 fishermen inter- law by the 1970 Legislature personnel still on active status opened under his name." Starke Coed
men. viewed by the Commission, it made all fresh water and who have served in Vietnam Included Is such date as age,
To determine the average cost was found that 224 of the fishermen fishermen equal, and all con- are Invited to attend this JOHN W \Y.NE birthplace, schooling, income, Plays In Ball
of a fishing trio. In one section were employed and 67 tribute an equitable share to showing as guests of the com- property holdings, political and New Location. \
of Florida the Commission were unemployed. The ranksof the conservation and continua- mittee. social affiliations, tax pay- State OrchestraJoyce
Interviewed 311 fishermen the unemployed included the tion of Florida's finest fishing. Wayne serves as narrator of film Is reserved for "politi- ments, military record, mari- VERELECTRIC '
along a canal In south Florida. children and retired citizens.Florida's "No Substitute for Victory"and cians who have committed men tal status, law violations anda
Of the anglers. 265 were male fishing license law sets the tone for the filmIn to battle but refuse to let them host of other tidbits of in-
and 4fl female with only 12 requires a license of most freshwater Plant Turns Waste! | his opening remarks, "It's win" according to Wayne'snarration. formation.On Marie Milligan, Starke,
classified as teenage children. fishermen however, the time we spoke out about Vietnam the computers of the Internal freshman at Ball State University -
The youngest fisherman was law Intends provide that those Into Pure Water and the most obvious, yet Sherrod Hamilton chairman Revenue Service, for example In MuncIe, Indiana, Is a COMPLETE
14 and the oldest reported she fishermen who cannot afford a A new facility for turningextremely the most Ignored threat ever of the TRAIN Committee of are details of the earn- member of the Ball State Sym- REPAIR SERVICE.
had been fishing for most.of fishing license can still fish and of phony Orchestra.
acid drainafrom faced by free people in the the Bradford County John Birch ings expenditures approximately -
her 87 years. The average age for free. history of the world--the Communist Society, which is sponsoringthe 5,400 residents of Miss MHUgan Is a music WIRING HEATING
of the canal fishermen was'23. According to the license law, abandoned coal mines into Conspiracy." showing, said: "For a time Bradford County. major. lAIR CONDITIONINGMoved
no license is required of any pure water is being constructed Other participants In the film, it seemed pretty lonely advo- Although this Is supposedly She Is the daughter of Mr. To 314 N.
Horse Show Set resident who possesses documentation in Hanover Town- Including Vietnam Commander cating victory against the Communists confidential Information, it Is and Mrs. J.E. Milligan, 744N. Walnut 24 Hr .
of eligibility for re- ship Penna. General Paul Harklns and for- Propagandists in this being made available to state Temple Ave., Starke. Her Phone 96I835( 1
Sat In PalatkaThe This is the culmination for mer Secretary of AgricultureEzra country somehow had convinced and local governments and may Instrument is the violin.

Get Pai d SaL five years of research by the Taft Benson as well as many Americans that this war
Department of Mines and some combat veterans and former was different,, that victory' was ..- '

trict Rodeo eighth sponsored annual Fifth by DIs-the For Can Pick Up Mineral Industries Electric Corp.mid Westinghouse two major Green problems Berets, agree confront that some impossible sort or of undesirable uneasy truce, that of 'rll(( {{ lIIf{ J-II({ J

Palatka Horsemen's Club Is When completed the )plant ing restrictions U.S. troops on them are and political mis- the shameful only solution.accommodation We are proud was l 1UNIROYAL'!J _UNIROYAL" _UNIROYAL I __ UNIROYAL,
set at the Horsemen's Club Members of the Starke Clvl- will produce /5 million gallons and
leading news reports about the happy to be able to call
Arena off SR-19 In Palatka this tan Club will accept discarded per day of ultrapure water war Gen. Albert C. Wedemeyer John Wayne and all these other

Friday Saturday, and Sunday tin cans at the Bradford High It will not only rid the regionof commander of U.S. forces famous Americans our allies. jff You For A Man Who
AprU 1618. School parking lot from 10 a.m. AreLooking
that much mine drainage In the Far East during and We certainly agree: that in war
at 8
Events will begin p.m. until April 17.
noon Saturday,
pollution day but will after World War H, criticizes there is no substitute for victory -
Friday and Saturday and 2:30: The drive is Clvltan per
can a
p.m. Sunday. project to clear local highways also provide the water as a Ing much about of the Vietnam national, which report-he ( .Restore The TWAIN American: CommitteeTo Really'' (
Events bareback riding, of The club will desirable: end that Independence ,lOws
are litter pay a product T.ires--Look
said gives the impression that Nowl!) Is a part of a 1I({<4J
saddle bronc riding, roping, halt cent for each can turned in can be used for industrial de- "the North Vietnamese and the nationwide network, formed to
bulldogging, and bull to the roadside
cloverleaf clean
$600 added encourage velopment purposes.) VIetcong are the good guys, support American fighting men, For This New In
riding plus money. Sign
up. and we are the bad guys." to increase respect for the TownJNIROYALr
The harshest criticism In the U.S., and to halt all aid to )
our Communist enemies," Hamilton -
Tickets for the April 20 show-
: Ing may be obtained by contacting -

e1a ar ? RUGGED, SMART, WELL-MADE, ROOMY Champion.Mr.Income Hamilton from or the Don local ;r. t INTRODUCING ...

showing will be used to
New Breed of
defray expenses of the production -
: and promotion of the
movie, Hamilton said.

2 276E1?

2 EmploymentSurvey t

1u1 I Set

: "f, Olt IIi In BradfordThe TM

Bureau of the Census
will conduct a survey of em- t (
ployment and unemployment in CORD
this area during the week of
April 19, Thomas W. McWh r-
ter, Director of the Bureau's
i r regional office In Atlanta, has
/ announced.This .
survey is conducted t ,
monthly by the Bureau for the & : 4
I U.S. Department of Labor. A :
scientifically selected sampleof > c i S' POLrESTEH CORD
...with enduring, households throughout the I FOR A SMOOTHCOMFORTABLE
entire United States Is inter- s I
viewed. The employment and
protective WIDE 71 SERIES
... unemployment statistics that, ul
: + of this WIDTH -1* WIDER .
a the results ,
are based on 1,7- "
-T "' ram OCR n i ix I'' .
plastic tops survey provide a 0- I." t. I '
measure of the economic healthof + I UREDOT1REWUUBU ,, ..e/\ .
.. ,
Nation.In .
.. the W DEAL
; February, for example wirrEwuis

unemployment edged down for I s
the second straight month: on
4i a seasonally adjusted basis,
1 a.a>> percent of the labor force
was out of work as comparedwith J MOUNTED FREE

i 3 Piece Colonial Bedroomin 6.2 6.0 percent percent In In December.Januaryand

Facts supplied by Individuals
warm rich tone "old world salem" finish participating In the survey are
DOUBLE DRESSER WITH kept strictly confidential by law, UNIRUYAIiIIII,rag thl ...rrprP ur:1)' : IIII i "III .I 0 1111
\ t, i ..
and the results are used only to hnl) ,1"1111",1- rll'' I .1 ,tin,, W. I
: II"II, ) '?'rdn, \'nlll ",,r..r.. tho IrLh' If '..
The rich, good taste of this Colonial styled suite adds a note of FRAMED VERTICAL MIRROR compile Interviewers statistical who totals.will visit RAIN CHECK v n. III 11,1\.1. ... pre I iu. ." "? ndnnnebuvy ,
of ,
: quiet refinement, warm and dignity to your bedroom. For here's ROOMY 4-DRAWER CHESTa households in this area Include \1,1
Mrs. Norma Foray.

world of storage space in the large double dresser and chest FULL SIZE POSTER BED

Construction is of excellent quality with center guided, dust- Refuse Tested AH

: proofed drawers. Plastic tops are mar, scratch and stain resist New Energy Source L4'PLYNYLON UNIROYAL 800

Refuse burning in municipal
ant rich old world salem finish with massive shaped blocks incinerators can help re-

= $1798. duce both pollution, and the 11/32" TREAD: DEPTH;
drawer fronts accented with finish hard-
on antique
= danger of a fuel Hhortage MODERN: SIIJKWAI.L;

ware. Truly magnificent furniture that will give pride in i Several European cities STYLING
you lire already burning refuse\ to DKI'K.NDAUI.K; ; LOW 95
a '
e owning and budget priced too. Many other pieces to choose produce electricity LeonardS. tl AO cnsTnuLencE; :
All AT BUDGET MINDED : Wegmnn. )president of the N

from all budget priced PRICES WITH EASY TERMS company) of the mime mime $1 15
told an industry group) ,
6fiO..1|: Hln'kwall Tubeless
He said thut in North
Plu r>d. K:*. Tax of 11.78
America "we have two 'new and smooth tire off your car
I heat recovery )plants The _

Ij J\llIlItl'l'nllllIlIt went into operation '" All pr ... pl.! F.4. Km. Tit and
about six months ago n.a.. lira .If low ear.

'n \ urttii "'Hlthl! Chicago plant. started
w j
1 ; urp o fats rife tent burning more recently."

He added, that New York

I plans. to have a plant. built on
the site of the former Hrook-

lyn Navy Yard. CASfMARRY TIR

The little boy down the
block' says his mother belong
Phone $$1.5827 'stark., TJorldj lo the BOW generation. When 412 E. Call St. Inc. Phorw. 934.5800
she says lo do something BOW,
she mesas It.

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formation-Found On Officer Letters fo

Whom Fort Harllee Was Named

the Editor.
New information concerning ford County..was named In Indian Carolina History Illustrated" Florence 'Hermlng Harllee, "1 ry

MaJ. .Gen., William Wallace War days, was revealedIn The book contains Interesting daughter of the General and for 4
I Harltee, for whom Fort Harl!!- the February 1970 Issue of a l t
.. anecdotes of the Harllee family whom the town of nut about the, so' called
lee In. the south edge of Br d- ueopl
Another Look Educa-
hard-back publication. "South with special attention to S.C. was named. Y. at the Atrom dtocujjlm at BHS.'
According to the article.Gen ae1L tion Crisis When Intorrlewiiw a teacher

Our editorial. eral Harllee was reading at BHS, I was told that In a
"If part of life be goodman
"Dombey A Son" by Charles any conversation with the principalwhen
Dickens before his daughter's r i a must not be hindered by then had been a difference -
birth and named Ms baby for goodness as a label or name of opinion be promised
Florence, heroine of the noveL but should explore if it beaoodne. that he would never toast tile
Gen. Harllee was presidentof .."* These are the words teachers stand. .Is this a Christian -
the Wilmington & Manchester "" of Ralph Waldo Emerson, a attitude
Railroad and built a beautiful great poet who left with the When a student receives: a
home In 18S2 at Mars world the process of examination : diploma front BHS
Bluff a little community: made and Inquiry as ways to having Called required courses
up largely of affluent plantation determine the truths and falsehoods and one who Is fully capableof
owners. It Is situated near the of all of life. doing the required work and
Pee Dee River approximatelyseven Our community; Is faced: with who is not socially pro
How A bout It Farmers'? miles east of the present ; a gigantic educational crisis one moted. Is this a good Intellectual -
city; of Florence.At i So far in all discussions concerning atmosphere?
,. a aie first It was thought thata I, the situation our high

was the opinion of the great ma- An open-air produce market could suitable name for the little school young people are faced In our Cut changing worldof
station built In connection with with we have talked about the
of the Boardof to the area. ,' today we need better edu-
jority of the members bring back truck farming the Wilmington & Manchester principal of our high school!
Governors of the Starke-Bradford It would all depend on the demand cated people people who are
< Railroad would be "HarU.viII. .*- From my Inquiry I have discovered something, not people
: Chamber of Commerce last Thurs- for the produce when it reached the .," but this Idea was discarded two qualities of the locked learning In a classroom with no

day, that the Starke State Farmer's market, and upon the produce being since there was another [ man that seem to Justify his Intentions of learning no challenge -
Market should be rebuilt. produced in the first place. station with a similar name ;;" success as an educator. These to learn and better them-
In South Carolina. At the suggestion I are discipline and a Christian selves. I think many of the
of Col. Fleming, general j "I" attitude.
at BUS trying to
'The Governors, almost to a man Farmers would have to be sold on superintendent of construction ; Discipline I think Is an essential teachers but are

Starke businessmen, thought the recently the idea, to see its possibilities. A of the railroad, it part of the learning process do a good If every Job child are doesn't pressured -

burned market should be rebuilt group would probably have to get together was decided to name the new and a Christian attitudeis receive a passing grade.

on a smaller scale. Several also and express their intention and station for Gen. Harllee's lib also admirable. This may, look good to many
and that to work for the market.It tie daughter Florence.At I read one statement in a on the surface but I i
mentioned, got no argument, willingness the time of founding Fort past article which suggestedthat think
: ways should be found for fuller year- Harllee Just north of the Santa MAJ. CEN. WILLIAM W. HARLLEE said principal: created an we when are children only fooling are ourselves !,
of the is possible Allen to bringin Fe River In Indian War intellectual and demanded
round use facility. says, days, atmosphere without performance: to Justify I
personnel from the state ag depart- W.W. Harllee had die rank of high academic stan this. This only makes a

To that end, Starke petroleum deal- ment to make surveys of the possi- major and commanded the South fine home burned to the ground as a focal point In the rail- dards. diploma at BHS a symbol with j

er John Torode who runs a few cows bility of establishing such a market volunteers Carolina Militia In the three Florida months Indian in 1873. The fir originated in road system and in 1889, the of To education me: learning and I Is have the found con no real meaning.I .
himself suggested that perhaps It might here. Once interest is shown in the a most peculiar manner. It town of Florence was made the limited
War January 20. 1837. is reported that a pigeon lighted county seat. Can and availability of learning really think the people of
be a good Idea to look Into an open project, Allen says there will be no He became Major General of on the roof and a memberof Harllee; and their two Mrs. at BHS because of his admIn- this county should think hard

air produce market. As It turns out, lack of support from the state level. the South Carolina Troops dur- the family thought the bird ried daughters came there unmar-to istration. The people of Brad- before Justifying successful\ education -
that Idea Is not at all far fetched. ing the war for Southern In- made an excellent target and live and made their home in ford County; have only been in our high school as

I Torode's idea is not wild, it has dependence. fired away. The friction from a white cottage on the southwest exposed to the discipline and that being upheld Just by discipline -
Material from the Libraryof the bullet created that Christian attitude side of the and one who supportsa
a spark comer of Pine and Irby
In, fact, It's nothing new. Market merit. Florida History at the University set the roof on fire and the Streets. man. Let's take a look at the Christian attitude. Don't misunderstand -
; Manager Bob Allen says he's considered ; of Florida contains the house burned to the ground. other side these are important -
::: the Idea but that Interest has Surely, if a group of businessmencan following reference: After the fire the family parts of education and
see the possibilities so should "In 1837 Harllee's battalion The city; of Florence purchased I personally Interviewed the
be overlooked but
never seemed evident. But such an moved into the nearby two- the Harllee residence In should not
farmers whose livelihood couldbe was stationed in' Florida at principal in November of this the most essential aspect and
open air market, either retail, whole- local room building which General 1925 in order to build a library school .
term and
enhanced. the point where the main trail Harllee had used as a law was told not the most rewarding Is .'Ieam.Ing"
sale combination of both Is on the site. The two
or a from St. Augustine to Fensa- Ever-Increasing finan- to be fooled, "he wasn't up and to me this quality;
indeed, a possibility, Allen says. cola crossed the trail to the sisters then bought a small here to educate these kids, Is limited by the high
cial difficulties forced the very
Such market vehicle could bring soon bungalow in nearby Chase Park hut
a to
southward and there about keep the lid from blowing school administration at BHS.I .
sale of the Mars Bluff property and Florence Harllee lived
It ',would take an Interest on the together directly from the farmer to three miles north of the present and the family moved there until her death on MayS off." I Interviewed a good could keep discipline, at BUS

part of farmers, publicly to let con- the consumer local produce fresh from town of Waldo built a back to their original home 1927 at the age of 78. number school of Bradford County by j! d-locklng every classroomat
principals and the Assistant
cantonement called Fort Harl -
and un-locking themat
the field on an almost yearroundbasis. at Marlon. 8 a.m.
know what is available and
lee shown on the sectional map It was a momentous day in Supt of Public Inst, 3 p.m. I could make flowery
when, and a good promotional pro- of Florida issued by the State the life of General Harllee The Bradford County; Histo- concerning the successfulnessand statements about more ,religion -
gram such as the county has witnessedin Department of Agriculture In when as president of the Democratic rical society; is attempting to peacefulness of Integration in our schools) and change
< Is that a good way to bring backto 1930." In our county.; All agreed that Christian attitude
the drive to the Bradford County Convention In 1876, he establish the exact location of back to a
Fair one of the best events of its life a dying farming operation? In his book, "Klnfolks" William nominated Wade Hampton for Fort Harllee, which is shown and integration had been a success and everyone would look at
kind in the state. Seems to us it isl Curry Harllee describedsome governor of South Carolina. He by old maps to have been sit- ful was conducted in a peace- me and call me a auccesM-
of the activities of Gen- manner with the exceptionof ful I
later said that he considered uated a short distance southwest principal. don't think
eral Harllee during the war this the greatest honor ever of Hampton Lake near the high school principaL this is what the people of Brad-
years, Including his part in accorded him. the north bank of Santa Fe ford County want for flielr young
planning and furnishing materials River. Members I asked one man wny ne people. -
With the passing the of the Socie
I years
On The March In Starkefore Pee for Dee.the Confederate gunboat for little General wayside Harllee's station, daughter named- on ty plan Sunday a field May trip 2, to and the any site thought a good the principal Job. He was replied doIng -

An unexpected tragedy came had become a center of one Interested Is Invited to that the man had discipline Instead they want a learning
to the Harllee family when their that he keeps them off the that builds the leaders -
themselves with militants trade the Join the
Bradford County received its initiation associating for area as well group. streets. I personally have observed of tomorrow the doctors:

into the ranks of those com- such as Rev. James Orange students actually flowIng .lawy.n"j businessmen, farmers -
munities which have been subjectedto of the Southern Christian Leadership back and forth between the mechanics and all professions -
a demonstration by those who termedit Conference and Roy Mitchell coordin- I VET NEWSchaser I I Iof mlnlt market and the high school that make a strong

a poor people's march. Now that ator of minority affairs at the Uni- many school times students a day.have Several chuckled high America one that will always
stand and tall. With
the time of that particular danger Is versity of Florida. Veterans are cautioned to oe or renter for the property their home. For further information under their breath and returned the present straight administrator at

past, 'we can ask black and white wary of Individuals'and companies ; Once the property is Dixon suggests Veterans .. later with no resistance. It'., BUS I do not think learningwill
alike to consider what the occurence Whether local black leaders helped which practice equity; occupied by the new owner or contact their local Veteran .. cool they say everybody thinks ever be number one on
often referred
accomplished toward the stated goals. themselves In the opinion of those purchasing to as renter the equity racketeer County; Service Officer there Is discipline here sow* the list but only side tracked
"equity; racketeering, byM.T. starts making his profit on an officer of the Veterans Administration can do anything we want withno
these for reasons and not
seek to
they impress by bringing Dixon director of Veterans Attain the sellers expense by receiving or write him at resistance. superficial\. ,

Undoubtedly, the March Against Repression outsiders into our peaceful communityis In Florida. either sales or rental pay Post Office Box 1437 St. Petersburg These observations should meaningful. ,

as it was termed, attracted extremely doubtful.It The practice may operate to ments which he keeps but he 33731. leave reason to look twice when A Concerned EducatorDiary
the of veterans
attention sheer its noise falls to make payments on the
by numbers
who have GI loans and resultin ..
would seem to us that the example veterans original loan. When
and..the interruption of traffic. Government
a debt to the Federal the loan becomes
set by the new American heavy- seriously delinquent
which they will be It becomes FarmersA
whether the blacks seeking"acceptance" weight boxing champion Joe Fraizer asked to repay. tot the len4er to foreclose on
in a society in which they reel would be the better to follow. Speak- The Equity; Racketeer, the mortgage.
lot of
to the of his home through various means seeks After foreclosure sale the things have hap
ing legislature
that sins of oppression of the past
out veterans having guaran- pened since Feb. 24 when Sam ently arrived over the taster
should be atoned for now gained any- state of South Carolina, Frazier advised teed or direct VA loans on equity milk racketeer the Is continuingto was Involved In a six-car Day weekend and the balmy
blacks and whites to strive to property collectingall smashup on the Waldo-Gaines f welcome reliefto
thing, is indeed questionable. Personsin their properties.They may send rentals or payments on the days were a
responsible positions who can act- forget their differences and to attemptto out direct mall to such veterans contract and spending nothing ville Road and was lucky to the I longest winter we can
ually do something about the march- live together in harmony. He urged advertise In newspapers or on needed repairs or on taxes. 'get out of it with only a broken remember here. It has been
leave calling cards, offering collarbone and a couple of cold for so long that we are
that all learn to work togetherand When the lender starts foreclosing
ers requests, such as grant blacks to assist veterans in the sale action the VA makes cracked ribs. He ran Into a hesitant to believe that springis
jobs, were no doubt aware of the pray together. of their property. an appraisal ,of the pocket of dense fog Just this really here and we notice
problem of the blacks before the march.It Veterans may have acquiredan to determine its current property; side of Fairbanks and Immediately that the pecan trees have not
is doubtful such prospective em- Frazier received a three minute equity In the property; and ket value. If the current market mar-- turned off to the shoulder yet budded out, so who knows
ployers would feel any more inclinedto standing ovation from the S.C. legislators be forced to sell for various value la less then the of the road but his Little If w. may yet get another cold
At this Red Wagon was hit from behind By Sam McGarvey We still remember
reasons. point, the debt spell. a
employ a person known to be associated a deficiency Is established .
equity; racketeers steps Into the veteran is askedto accident frost in April a long time ago
with the march.It the picture, offers a token a- this deficiency when that Just about knocked out a
Men such as Joe Frazier: men who mount for the veterans Interest foreclosure pay Is completed. . bean patch: we had growing.

is noteworthy that only a very us talents they possess to raise them- In the property and enters There is a continuing liability;
small contingent of the news media selves up we submit, are a much into a contract for deed, setting for which veterans are liableto One of the worst parts of the Later in the day after long .
accompanied the marchers through better example to follow than the lead- up a date on which the the Federal Government and experience was the ride In the hours of an examination, a tetanus ..

town. Leaders of the march had only ers of the march here last week. veteran mls... will vacate the pre every effort must be made for ambulance to the Teaching Hospital shot and many X-rays,
collection, DIxon emphasized. In Gainesville, as it was
Sam released from the
those blacks and few whites already The equity; racketeer according Dixon urges veterans to seek most nerve-racking to speed and then
committed to their cause to listento Frazier is also a night club per- to DIxon, then enters competent legal counsel when along at a good clup with siren emergency lucky enough room to be was seen by Another event of note is the

their fiery speeches.It former of some note. He went about into a contract for deed, pur- they are faced with the sale screaming so soon after the Mrs. Guy Andrews and Mrs retirement of George Hugging

winning the heavy weight champion- 'e '.'a ... WIRf." ...'I" ...' "..",,.r. !, ,_..... Levon Andrews, who were visiting as with county G.T.; agent.for We have worked

,was evident to those who watchedfor ship quietly but the vigor and de- at the hospital and who and In spite of many the long fact years that

any length of time that the march- termination. That kind of progressis I Library Fund T o Open Shop; gave to Sam say a ride It was home.good to Needless see- we wrote about farming.. often -

ers wen led by six or eight indivi to be admired.We some people from Starke at without knowing much a-

duals. The other 100 or so were fol- that time and their help was bout it, and he was always

lowers. It Is said that some of the can point out several examplesof Fair Booth Nets $763The greatly appreciated., wish jraclous George and the of every We
50-odd out of such progress here in our own
town marchers were thing in his retirement and
paid $10 to march through Starke.; community; -black educators, black secretaries Bradford County; Library Mlzell. Chair from Bradford Furniture also extend our good wishesto

black businessmen. building committee will open A living plant donated by Co, won by N. MacMillan Bobby Lee Taylor in his
The leaders merely branded them- its "Stuff'n Things"shop Mon. Cooper's Nursery won by Tom new Job.

selves as militants or radicals. They Social or economic gain is not to day April 12, at 110 West Call Wallace. Two sets of decorator beads As a result of the accident, .
will carry less weight with the so- be had upon demand but must be St. Electric toothbrush donatedby from West Building Supply of Sam spent five weeks with his
called earned by black or white. Formerly known as the Flea Winkler Electric, won by Gainesville won by B.C. Holt- left arm in a sling, and he
structure than be-
power now
Market the shop will sell Items W.D. Johnson. zendorf and J. MacMillan. can vouch for one thing: there
that have been donated, Box of candy from an anonymous Portable electric mixer from are a lot of thuya you can
plus old books, phonograph re- donor won by Mrs. Eagle's Army-Navy Store won do easily with two forms which We've been out of touch with
cords and tapes "Stuff 'n E.A Hall. by Lynn Moxley. you cannot do when one of things and do not know how
Things"will be open Monday, Two bedspreads donated by Parker pen and pencil set them Is knocked out of use. well the berry growers have
it Tuesday Thursday, and Fri Mobile Home Brokers of from Smith's Office Supply,won done this season. We !know the
day from 12 noon till 5:30 Gainesville, won by A.W. Brock by Gene Pearson. weather has been bad with
The Bradford County p.m., and the public Is Invited and W.J. Snipes. Fishing tackle from Bush Gulf one frost after another all winter

4 .... to come In and browse a- Gallon of paint donated by Service, won by Harry Collier. So Sam missed lot of and It looks as thoughthe
... '::-" round. Jackson Building Supplies won Speidel bracelet from Wil things including .the biggestand growers ar up against
9 by Charles Dickens liams Jewelry, won by Fred best Fair held so far the another poor financial season.
1ft79X. f.. The committee reports a successful Dinner for two from the Holi- Barker burning down of the Farmers However. It may be that they
'. QbnaikleFLORI donation sale at the day Inn, won' by Rev John Gift certificate from The Rancher Market In Starke, the REA will get some help from the
wergsa Fair netting 9763 for the library Strickland.Big in Gainesville won by meeting in Keystone Heightsand nd-of-season salts to consumers -
A ESS Therefore being justifiedby fund.A Swinger Polaroid cam- James Carter. a lot of other events. The on U-Plck basU.
faith we have peace with list of the prizes donors era from Sears of Starke won Iron from McDuff'. Applaln- destruction of the market by
Lord Jesus and winners Is as follows: by Jerry Lee.Aquarium c.a. won by Charles Hutch: fire was the biggest! shock as
A S S O T O N God through our Rod and reel, dona ted by Bush from son during the 21 years we have .
Christ. Romans 5. 1.) Gulf Service, won by Brian Control won by Donna Maze- been here, we got to know that

How can a man ever be at Hamilton. man. Four insulated cooling bags old market pretty; well. We It is good to be buck in
r himself until hefiVst 41-ptece: ovenware set donated Koch's sold there many years
peace with Thermos bottle from from Gainesville Coca-Cola, corn Mmena.affaln
I.. and
MATTHEWS ZeUtor-MbsM we are thankful
eo has with God. and by Starke Builders Supply Drugs, won by Yvonne KInney. ago when it used to be piled -
won by Lynette Hoddy L.N.
I peace that
........ the accident
each Tkueday aeA enters ...... loves Him and trusts in Him won by Ruth Powell. Argus camera set from Pep Wilson Carlos Johnson, and high with J King Corn, as well worse than it And was no
ails i Matter at The Ftet Office at Two flashlights donated by and later was. one
8&aIU. nrU* The Way is through faith- si-Cola of Gainesville won byE Lola Johnson. as other vegetables, point was brought home
... Gulf Service Station, won by covered auction sales of us
s Lot ef Minsk 3rV UTt. through Our Lord Jesus Cochran. Table lamp from Badcock again that It to be
t dMerlNisabs. lrUe areas 1 r ar, ....., Ovtsls Christ Blessed Savior who Sylvia Reddish and Mary C. Radio from Gay's Horn Appliances Furniture won by Jack Hazen. berries and pecans on a regular very very careful pays in driving
Covington. won by Herbert Green. Wrist watch from Woodburn's \ basis.
: today
1 and to
rear. 4CJH follow traffic
died for us. Faith is the an- Gift certificate from Cash Portrait from Danny's Photography Gem l eg-
Jewelry won by Mrs ulations
e sweritlaforevertheanswer.Page10 ; & Carry Tires, won by B.F. won by R.L. Kitchens.: John Andrews At long last, spring appar-_ .. prudence when on and the eUl't. road.LNew -..
Telegraph April 15, 1971

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---::.. ';-------- -- ---. LAWTEYBy Enu Bluebird ----- --- ------- Community NewsDELL

Memberrwrts-tllshland Baptist refreshments. A large numberwas -
of Illness. Mr. Cruce
Church! *surprised their In attendance to wish him Prayer service 7:30 Wednesday overnight guest appears
pastor Ran Raymond Caudill happy returns. : p.m. Mrs. C.E. Strickland Galnes- much Improved. Eddie Cruce Hy Elizabeth Givens Walker
left Tuesday for Okinawa whereho
with a party lit celebration of Church of God vllle.
: Sunday School
CHURCH ACTIVITIES 10 Mrs. Joyce Futch of Brunswick will be stationed for a time. CHAPTER 168 O.E.S. Sunday Is regular Pastoral Sam McCutchen Jr., son of
Ms a.m. Worship Services
birthday anniversary onWedne'daT.Nght Grace United Methodist: Sun- a.m. and 7:30 11 Ga. was Sunday over- Members of the family gathered Regular meeting of Dell Chapter Day. Sunday School at 9:30: Sam McCutchen Sr. and Vel-
after prayer day School 9:45: a.m. Worship night Wednesday: p.m.7:30. Family night guest of Miss Elizabeth here on Sunday to share In a 168 Is scheduled Thursday Morning Worship at 11 a.m. ma World daughter of Mrs.
services. The decorated birth- Services II a.m. and 7:30: () p. : jwn. Terry. Miss Linda Tanner also going away dinner for Marvinand night at 8 p.m. In the Masonic Dinner will be served at 12:30: Ullle Fisher will be unitedin
honoree day cake wag presented to the,, m.. MYF 6 p.m. Choir prac- Highland Baptist: Sunday of Brunswick spent Sunday Eddie. Attending were Mr. Hall on Brownlee Evening service at 6 p.m. marriage May I at 1:30: p.m.
and....served with other tice Wednesday 6:30: () p.m., School 9:45: a.m., Worship Ser night with Mr. and Mrs. Ben- and Mrs. Tommy Linzey and Street. Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev. with a reception held at the
.. - - - - - - vices 11 a.m. and 7:30 ton Futch and family In Starke. sons of Gainesville George All members are asked to McCutchen home In Lincoln City;
- : Davis Pastor service
------ --- p.m. Leroy
and Mrs. Reggie Normanof Cruce of Gainesville, Mr. and be at 4 All friends and relatIves
I Prayer meeting Wednesday Mr. please present and on time p.m.
Sundav Schoolat
will begin with|
Mrs. Robert Carlton of Starke
WOW 7:30 followed by choir Lake City spent the weekend are invited to attend. Sam
practice and Mr. and Mrs. V.L. Star- 9:45: Morning service at
and Mrs.
.' with his parents Mr. McCutchen Jr. Is a 1967 graduate -
1U:4: :). I.venlngWorship': at 7
Truman Norman. ling of Lawtey. GIRL SCOUT 626 of BUS, served two years
Collars $1.37 Open House was held at the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Durban p.m.The Annual Woman's Day in the US! Navy and Is presently
I I I I Lawtey Post Office on Friday Mrs. John Shuford and Dave and family of Gainesville spent All Girl Scouts are askedto will terminate May 2. employed at the steel plantin
and Mrs. Joe Shu- the weekend with Mrs. I'd:: Dur- program Lincoln City. Miss WorldIs
afternoon at which time Pos- were Mr. meet each Tuesday at Prayer meeting Is held each
Rag. tal Service Officer: Ed Huth- ford and family of St. Augustine ban and attended church. Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Thursday night. Visitors are a 1971 graduate of Starko
1111 nance presented the certificateof Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Shu- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal took church at 5 p.m. Come and always welcome. and is presently employeJ in
appointment of Post Master ford and family of Starke Mr. their daughter Leonett to Six join In the fun. Leesburg.
Mrs. Robert E. Lee. Attending and Mrs. Phil Shuford of Tallahassee Gun Territory on Sunday where
Mr. and Mrs. George she enjoyed celebrating her
this event were Mrs. Lee'sparents I
Mr. and Mrs. G.L. Shuford and children of Law- tenth birthday anniversary. Greater Bethlehem Free Will / SMInglilltmi I / ?
I Peterson of Arlington Cliff Ha- toy and Mrs. Gloria Abrahamof grandmother Mrs. Lomle Mos- Baptist Church Rev. Jasper
zen Jr. Postmaster of Starke Jacksonville.Mrs. ley accompanied them. Williams pastor has set Mon-
Lee Brllller Postmaster of Oalene Dempsey of Valdosta Mrs. Bernard Rosier of Fort day night choir rehearsal for Sl
! Fruit And Lake Butler Charles Johns Officer Ga. spent Sunday with Pierce spent the weekend with No.1.1 Tuesday night choir No
In Charge Orange Park, her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Gaskins. 3 and Ushers Board No.2 meet.
Eddie W. Chesser Jr. Officerin Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey. The two sisters visited their Wednesday night Prayer / I I I
! FloweringShade Charge Mlddleburg Ben C. Mrs. Mac Sanders and Kathyof sisters and brothers-in-law, meeting Thursday night (tonight -
I I Gruenlg Postmaster Callahan Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dyal and ) the ladies circle will
Settle Alvarez acting Postmaster Mrs. H.C. Wainwright on SUn- Mr. and Mrs. Vanast King In meet at Sister Prince's home { k$
: Trees ----- Ralford, R.F. Whittier Assistant day and attended church. Macclenny.Mrs. Also Story Hour.
ab Iff
Postmaster Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wain- Phillip Rockle of Fort 'llraithfStltcfe F'
Fla. Peat Wright and son of Eaton Park Pierce spent the weekend with Friday night die band '- >' **
i Reg. $5.49 !Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins. prayer
were weekend visitors of Mrs. will meet at the home of sis-
I PERSONALS II.C. Wainwright. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. O.J. Phillips was visiting -
ter Prince. Saturday the Mission -
Now $4.47 Bu 69 $ Mr. and Mrs. James Andrews J.E. Mclver of Ocala were Sun Mr.and and Mrs. Coleman Dept. will sell dinners
and children of Palatka and day visitors. Phillips family on Sunday. from the kitchen. '
G.W. Anders and children were James Norman was visitinghis PFAFF ; TOT'OE MNECCM .1
Plant Grass Seed Now Sunday dinner guests of Mr. grandmother Mrs. Vanner Itttttttriasltttsettetlt.DeWitt .UNiytRSAt ANEICQ
and Mrs. O.J. Anders. Rosier in Raiford during the V

Sunday family dinner guestsof week. C. Jones Funeral Home ; WHIfE .':. Q
ARGENTINE 83 Ib Mrs. John Brown were Mr. Miss Arthurlne Blanchard of ;
and Mrs. Ralph Wise and fam- Jacksonville spent the weekend Trade Ins Acct.-jjteit An.y Console
ily Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Van with Miss Fnza: Blanchard.
BAHIA Now43lb Prescott of Starke, Kim and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Man- STARKE
Richard Prescott of Jacksonville ning and family of Jackson-
PENSCOLA Miss Joyce Carter of- ville visited Mrs. Charlie Man- pnONE !fi-fi200) | INDUS 1 1U TRIAL MACHINES -AVAlLAftti

Clay Hill Miss Beverly Holllngsworth ning on Sunday.M. Also Ff iff J- n Home*
of Kingsley Lake
SOLD 100% ORGANIC Miss Mr.Margaret and Mrs.Austin.Lester Aus- Sgt.In Liberia Marvin Cruce Africa stationed returned -- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Hii\i\is I : i u.4.i\s;

tin and children visited in the Monday after a 5 day PHONE J7.1-.1176: :
6-6-6 FERTZ. WITH MINORS afternoon and enjoyed hunting special leave with his fam-
Easter eggs with the family. ily on account of his father's
2.39 Weekend visitors at the Meth-
odist Parsonage were Rev. Don H.r.'ii ti.w I*w.rk Ikit wi.fc l .rl.u* y.utl Mud
Denton's parents Mr. and Mrs. llnl. uil4 **. AZALEAS Reg 1.99 1.47 Simon Denton of Boynton Beach h t. it tsriciAuv FO vour it t w HI.rt .
and Mrs.Denton's mother Mrs. IrI2 pvn4 *that br nri.Nw y.utk.
Thelma Fagan, Bottle and Tom pri .t .f .
AZALEAS Reg .89 .57 my of Deland.Todd Tammy and I i r FOOD
Tracy Denton and George Fagan -
returned home with Mrs.
;GAL. ARBORVITAE 1.97 Fagen after a five day visit

4' '1/2/ To 6Ft. ARBORVITAE with Mr her.and Mrs. R.E. Lee were THY SMOfr IT TODAY ICINO! WIUSAVI [i riteii'.j .R

Sunday dinner guests of Mr. YOU MORI
6.97 and sonville.Mr.Mrs.. Lonny Adams In Jack- THAN IVIB irO l. :

and Mrs. Harold Bar-
GAL. CAMELLIAS 1.97 field of Atlanta, Ga. are visiting -
their parents Mr. and Mrs.
11.L. Barfleld and the Sidney
ANNUALS TRAY Harbin family* ir;i UJ.YM>. t a t uM\ f;vj;;>11 HV/HIJU.MI/
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark

IiEG1:: 'ANTS' 43 ; 'and the weekend family\/ of with Jacksonville Mr. and spent Mrs.

+ Leort Starling and other relat-
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.._ FLORIDA PEST ives.Mrs. Jessie Mae Starling and 11 D p .
grandson Gary of Atlanta Ga.
spent the weekend with her
CONTROL&ChemkolCo. brother-in-law and sister Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Kelley and
'539 E. Can Street family. Miss Tereen Kelley of
Phone 4.S745 Jacksonville was also a guest
of her parents over the week-
Miss Elizabeth Kelly was

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'. ts4 unties' II rmli''' ,' $1. 18 lOW PRICI' $1 (ZwY. {mJ: 58.e

Electric rates have gone __
.., down eleven times since 1957!
I :.:;',:' 5: ..,
J When lUll compare the I histor} of flies III..I.IY is onc-third less Ih.1Iil INSTANT I.': ::' ) COMPARE ; ( ,::':':: U.S. NO.. I WHITE
,,, . ..
i i-'., electric .cnicerateswithtI *\a> \>.I. in I9i7.N French Fries 29c 39. toy

other costs risen lately : ;" wonder, then, that ou're '. '" '
your > Frozen Hash Browns : :: 3'$1s117 17. j POTATOESWESTERN
you get A Iollrpri.e. \\'hile using:: electricity so much: nov ii- N E ST E A Frozen French Fries .. 3/29C3/35"/ 6.

intlation has been pushing:: other dal..lo.ate >0llM up the price ot electricity home more mlortaWe, to bring!: 100% TEA Breaded Shrimp! ;" ;" ;' ..... $119 SI 49 20. 1 0 lilt

v, hasgoncclo\\n..Jimn..Jtmn.In! VOLI eiUcrtainmcitt. There's no 3oz gS C: Breaded Shrimp : .: '; ; $P9 SI 99 Doc 49

>. fact the average!; price paid per Tor ll.imelest electric..the Wintree Deviled Crabs ".:' 8ge SI09 20. LD BAG

.s .. kilou alt hour h> FPL-Io'r\,1 f.lmhig::est Kirain): in your hiul:':et. JARFYNE Frozen Bagels .. ..:' 4/$1/ st 56 56.


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Gospel Sing -

Set April 24 1

At Beulah ChurchA t f .

gospel sing Is set Saturday :
April 24, at 7 p.m. at .
the Beulah Baptist Church in -- ,. .
Clay County/ on SR-21. ;
Among the singers are The CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS I'L.' ::
The Southslde Assembly 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. Sunday School 9:45 .m. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. : Bible Study,10 ajn.j. :
of God Choir and Weeks Quar-. Morning Sunday Worship School U a.m.9:45: Youth a.m. Sundiy School 10 a.m. MornIng Morning Worship 11 a.m.Youth 301 North behind Tas- Morning Worship and Communion >;........
Worship. 11 a.m. Sunday Frees Drive In Service. 11 ajn. Evening
tet. Other groups have been Fellowship 6p.m.Choir Practice Sunday
Worship .
Service 6:00 Evening 'J<
invited. p.m. Evening 7 p.m. Youth NIght Wednesday 8 p.m. School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Worship service 8.
Everyone Is welcome to 7 p.m.Thursday. Meet Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Wednesday Worship service .
come. night Prayer Meeting! Friday 7:30 p.m. Service 7:30pjn.. Wednes 7 p.m. Minister Jack i P. 7:30: p.m. .-Rev. Y.W. KJdd pastor. ,
Ivy Luke Pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy' Olive pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN' .

MANY THANKS SMYRNA, MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Grtffls, associate pastor. &CHURCH "*, ...' ;
Worship, 11. .
Training Union .-.
School Morning :
BAPTIST KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIS'rSunday 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.: Sunday, m.m. ... ,
Easter Egg Hunt We wish to express our 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- School 9:30: ; Training DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship. 11 ajn. Evening :
sincere appreciation to all our vices: Sunday School 10 a.m. Union 10:15 a.m. Morning Worship BROOKER Worship, -James. Shaw pas .
: ; .
friends, neighbors and love ones Preaching II a.m. Training Union 11 a.m. Evening: Worship. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship tor. .'
\\SO youngsters. toddlers through grade 5, hunted .gg. in of Ralph }'. Merritt for all 5:45: Evening Worship ; 7:30 Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Services 11 a.m. and 7
tho Recreation Department'. annual Eatter Egg Hunt Fri. kindness rendered during his 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. 7:30 p.m.f; Prayer Meeting : ina Worship. 11 ajn.s: Evening. p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH ,=:'

day morning. last illness and all expressions -Wilbur Dyess pastor. Wednesday.Rev. Robert West Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Rev. Lacy Conway Pastor. BROOKER, FLA. ,". .: .

Prlte wlnn.rm (|I.r) were Tommy Henley, 3; Tony Bron. of sympathy during our Pastor Meeting. ,J.C.7:30: Saunders p.m. Wednesday.Rev. pastor.. Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun. ._

thUy 7; Chrl Felos. '9; Kenney Browning. 4; Mike Water, bereavement. wife.t CHURCH OF GOD RIVER BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH day School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol : .
5; and Lynn Loper, 6. Loretta J. Merrltt.Nan Mer- OF PROPHECY: BROOKER NEW 10 Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Superintendent.Training U- ...
Merritt, son, Sunday School a.m.
Randy Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL ing Worship U a.m. and 7 alan 6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas, ..
Janice Shiver Worship II a.m. Training 0 .
rUt, mother, Ing Director. Worship Services, U ;
11 YoungPeople's
i r" .EST RJOHNSRcADwi'l ter. Worship Service a.m. 6 p.m. ship Union.8 7 p.m.p.m.Wednesday Evening Wor-Night School Sunday, 11 -a.m.9:45: Morning a.m. Sunday Worship P.m.Rev.. Fred Johns, pastor. ajn.director., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw music .:. :

, Evangelistic Service 7 p.m. .service. 7:30: p.m. Everyone 6 p.m. Training Union
? BY MRS. A.B.WHJTEHEADSR.Our Wednesday Prayer Meeting welcome.L.L. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. EVERGREEN BAPTIST
CARD OK THANKSWe 7:30: p.m. Como and worship Parker pastor. Wednesday -7:30: Prayer Ser Highway 125. Northwest of HEILBRONN BAPTIST .'
community/ extends sympathy The Ladles prayer groupgeta with us. vices. Lawtey. Sunday School 10 a.m. CHURCH., HIGHWAY 16 i''. ,.
to the Ralpn Merritt family better Everyone enjoys It, so express our many thanks -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor Morning Worship 11:15.: Sun- Sunday o:>School: 9:45 a.m. .' ..'
Cason family when you miss you really missa to all our friends for food and GREATER day Night Service 7:30: p.m. Morning Worship 11. Training
and the:bate blessing.We flowers. To Dr. Felos and the BETHLEHEM Sunday School 10 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Ser
EGG".' HUNT had a wonderful service Bradford Ilolpitahtafffortheir HEE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH! Morning Worship 11 a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m. Bev. Albert Knight, vice. 7:30.: Midweek, Prayer
EASTER Cor. Ash &
the teenagers Sunday. Rev. Strickland broughta kindnesses to us.May God bless Chestnut, Sunday Services (Booster Band Young Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; pastor. Service 7:30.: .':"'.
Friday adults afternoon and toddlers en- good message. Mrs. Mae you all. The Cason famiLy School 11 9:30: 4 Miming Worship People, and Prayer Service), 6p.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.EvenIng -Rev. L. Tommy Howe. .
(Cason) Prevatt moved her ; League. p.m.NlihtServlce. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Worship,7 p.m.; pastor .
Joyed an egg hunt and later a 6 p.m. -- Rev. Jasper William LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH ,
weiner roast at the church. letter back home we have pastor. Midweek Service Meeting and Bible Study 7 Sunday. School, 9:45: ao!".;
Sunday afternoon the familyof missed her and are glad she Vascoe GriffisVascoe 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Morning Worship lla.m.Eveiw. CHURCH OF JESUSCIIRIST .

A.B. Whitehead, Sr., all enJoyed Is back. FIRST UNITED METHODIST Pastor. G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone inn .Worship, 7:30 p.m. Mid. OF LATTER DAY, SAINTS .... '.
Our attendance in Sunday Welcome. '
hunt. week Bible 1404 E. Bessent :
an egg Study Road .
Wednesday ;
school was 189 Sunday.)If every Griffis 70. diedat HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: Sunday .
p.m. Priesthood 8:30 :
CHURCH NEWS: one had been on time for Sunday his homo here Wednesday Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning (Highway 100 at TJieressa) Be In church Sunday. m. Sunday ScN. "i, 10 a.m. Sac-a. .
The Word Of Life Bible Club school we could have had April 7. following an extended Worship )11; Junior and Senior Sunday School10 a.m.MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURI'U ramont.ep.m.
members were honored witha 300 for the church was packed illness.M MYF groups 6 p.m. Worship 11 a.m. Training Sunday Service:Sunday Sen-.. Frank Jarvi., pastor.IF Monday Mia 7:30 '
supper at t the) New South for church service. :. Griffis was born In Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Union 6:30 p.m. ; Evening 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship Tuesday- p.m. ..
Restaurant In Jax last Thursday Bradford County/ and resided 7p.m. Prayer Meeting. Worship 7:15: p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service 7:15: WE DOKfT( HAVE IT Wednesday Primary. ReIte 4:30-p.m. ''.'
: night. Those from our The Lord hath hoard my here all his life. He was a 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Ser p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun- we'll ret U for you Offfo 7:30: pjn. Society. : ; ,

church attending were Rev. and .xuppl lent inn t thy Lord will member of the Congregational 7:45.DeWItt: vices 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30: p.m. Supplies. Furniture Equip Jesse D. Branson Branch .' '
and Msthodlst Church. T. Farabee Jr. Packham pastor. -J.C Brown minister menl. ,
Mrs. John Strickland, Mr. receive: my prH)'cr.: -(I'Miilmw Bradford County President :
Mrs. Dean Cassels. Mr. and Surviving Is his wife: Man- Telegraph. .'.
(Cod; hour* I the fit I,ittst, unokvii -
Mrs. Owen 'Alvarez Jr., Mr. dy L. Crlf fls,Starkel;one daughter LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL ..

and Mrs. >Johnnie Kenny and "J from|> prnytT I t that I wt-IN I up : Miss Margaret Grtffls HOLINESS CHURCH :::::::;:::;:;:;:;:;:::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::;:::r::::;;_:::::::::::::::::::::::.::.::::: :.::;::;:::;::::::::: :: :; :;: :; ;..;.;.,:;::r::: ::;?.:;.;;.. ::::::;::::::::::::::::::: :::::::: : : ::::;:::::::::::: *::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::m o :::::: ::::=: ;,,,, .: :"
son Johnnie Mrs. Vernle our) hcartH. I the si ilriitMipplkatloii I Starke; two sons: Earl V. Grif Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; = :-- vX<4KttHtt*>Xp>K-tt : : .

Thornton and daughter Landa .. I :*t I that I form onour fig, Jacksonville and JamesE. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth : :: ,.-. 5I ;
and Tla. Mrs. Leona Whitehead I Ii.i|>H it ii.l! i-vfii, IIH wem| >' Grlffis. Starke; three brothers Service 6 p.m.; Evening Worship IJ I II1IP7i.dF
and daughter. Charlotte III faith ,and, I rust, liti.i..< : George, Sam and Mark- 7 p.m.Tuesday. I ;
Mr. and Mr. Garry Wheeler aiiKwi/Hrnr: for lie In a I way MlinUninir lee Crlffis. all of Starke; one Prayer Meeting 7:30: :
'Marland 'Thornton Susan sister: Mrs. Klba Cassells of
: ever lovinir ami.
Whltohead.< Lochloosa, Fla., seven grandchildren p.m.Rev.. .. ..
Faulkner, Barry mriTlful.Snapper W.B. Chauncey pastor. .::: ,Jr\\1"! \ ")I :":
one great-grand
child.Services were from Jones CHURCH

Comet .Munuirlal Chapel Starke Sunday Sunday Morning Worship.
afternoon with Rev. I.V. 9:45: ; Sunday School 11. Sunday
Luke and Rev. Lorenzo offici: Evening Worship 6 p.m.Training -
ating. Burial was In Crosby Union 7:30.Thursday : .
Lake Cemetery under directionof Teachers and Officers -
riding mower. DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Meeting 6:30. Prayer

Horn,. Meeting 1:30.Edward: .

The best riding mower on the C. Harvey pastor .

market Powerful 5 to 7 HP MADISON STREET < _
engines Maneuvers gradesof METHOJIST: CHURCH i .. .
( f ;,:::::: ."" n : '.. ..
up to 45% in total comfort ., Opportunities for Service: Sunday School 10 a.Mrn/ or- .,I..t :::
and safety. Comets have fully ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- m'
enclosed transmissions 5 Sunday April 18: vice 6 P.'"' Evening Worship :m -

forward speeds plus reverse. _ _ 11 9:45 a.m.a.m.- Morning- Sunday Worship School 7:30 Rev.p.m.Neal Starling, pastor. @-:.:.: God's; Purposes .: ,

And with suitable attach- 6:13: P.m. Training Union 7:15: '
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ments, they'll sweep, p.m. WMU Prayer Circle gi:|| I If you were having u picnic at the lake As Isaiah reminds us, "for my' thoughts x.'::
7:30 Evening Worship AIRP.U-t BAPTIST CHURCH
: p.m. :
haul, fertilize doze Monday 7 p.m. Youth Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning :|!;::i:| nt approximately this .ppot you might; say, arc nut, your thoughts, neither are youru ::fJ ....
and aerate-at _ Choir Practice. Worship 11 a.m. Evening ;;::::: "\ why did the engineers leave those Hays nays, sail the Lord. For at theare f :
less than half the ; :$:::::%;: li ecu in the water when they made) this .
Tuesday 3:30: p.m, Worship, 7 p.m.; Wed< Prayer I.careng liiyher/ than the. c>al'th. so arem :::::::
:f:$:! lake! ? They create such un price ofa gardentractorjCall Friends Girls in Action M3etlng and Bible Study, i:?' e.\'e j> n-aya higher than your trays, and ,mytlioitylits ., :::::1:
for fret Acteens. ::::;:*::!.i see no purpose: In it. Yet, fishermen tell :: :
us a : 7 Meet- ;
Young Peoples
p.m. :=::
lawn. Wednesday 6:30: p.m. Family Ing Monday 7 :::!::;::: tin that the fish love those old tree stumps / than your thoughts.. :*:K::
demonstration 4 on your own !Night: 7:30: p.m. Prayer G.F.every Prevail., pastor.p.m.Everyone :::::::: u ml roots and, that you can almost always But he also wants us to know that his j l i 1 ::
Meeting, 8:30: p.m. Church Welcome. ::;;:[r: tin.1I"h/ swimming in the .dark recedes thoughts are many toward us and that I.; 1*:::1: ::
fMfPPJRMcDonouah Choir Practice. :::;:::::;:: around und between these trees. everything works toward our good and our ::::::;: '

Denton Sumrall Pastor ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC |:1;:|:;:1 i So mnny time. we question God'svis. salvation. If we had no conflicts, and no 1 1
Pow.r Cquipm Company.Inc.A aubvidianr" of Fuqua Industru Madison Street Baptist |:;jiij| : STARKE ::
CHJ CII. : questions. we would never have the opportunity :::::::: :
Father James Cregan pastor. ::::::j!: other things! to come to past. But God i Is.
M Saturday Mass 7 p.m. Sundiy 1::::;::: good( )( and bin purposes' are % isa. The very to step out on faith. t ,:
JOE'S SAW SHOPSales from
7 p.m. $$ uit marvel if we could pro with Heaven's his purposes| and the unsearchable riches .1:...:.;...:
and Service Ho glad In the Lord; and
Confessions -. Saturday 6 eyes. of his love. :::::11;
rejoice ye righteous| : and : :

:, 301 South Starke shout upright fur. in joy heart.all >'e-that(I'xulm are p.m.School Grade: of School Religion--: Sunday 11 11II11I ::::x:::::;;::.:':::x:::::::::::;::::::::.:::::::::v.:;:.1:.vx:;:;::::::1 x::.;:.::::;.::.:x:>;:x::::::::::::::::::::::x.:::::;:::::::::::::; ::!::::;:X'x-*::;:>;::;K:::;:;;:::::;::::*::::%;KK::.::::::;:;:::::xWm :x::::::::::::::x:::ii:1:::::ftWSlSSft:! :;:!:::::::!::::!::WiW: ;:;:'|::::* 1
Pnone 961-7580
::12 I 11.) a.m. to 12 noon. nit(.turn l H Cod...I oppoinud timer III,Ihu mild ,I.,lanodinf DM' timHWft tl Ml .I... .. \\N 17it ::

.. High School -. Wadnesday m::::;:::: t fof man and ol Mil d..... loi man I I.'pond..u'thai....b) .....)kH..........WHIwvfIhn :::::::: :'
7 to 8 p.m. ::::: |,.., 1::: :: H'Mt't and.. 'fit '......m. which .. hold. dtti wilt, intvitobly ,.,IIIt. Thtitfoit, tvM :. II::::::::::: ..,
ST. MARY'S CATIIO..IC: ::::: 'horn Hllili poon' .1 .'.*. tut ilMuld wpptit 5'. (hwili lt KM' lOb tl Hw' .01'*'.... :! :::::::: :..
CHURCH MACCLENNY!: t@ tl, himiill, tnd hn 'lomily." Ityoiid 'Ihol. iMwtiti., tmy. ptritfl ihmM "vfhold tnd. fwIkipalt 1 1 1 =
; Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy ::;:::;:: M. Ilit hmih ktiouu II Itlll 'Iht tmlh about m..'i lift. dial tnd dtitl irj| Iht '<"' ::;:::::
Day Mass 5:30: p.m. ::::::: "Until wlmll. &'.'.will, Ml him I I... I. ll>... s ihiM, tl Cod .t'Of IN
1f Ce.I.-.."4......, ;m::

Sunday CHURCII.STAnKE School. 10 a.m. Mor- y-.i-;:;:;: <:11;*;-:1 11111mm;;;;:: ::1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1i$1:::::::::::::: :: r:1:11::: ..ii1flifj: :,:_.4 :.. *, n1ir:::: ::1:1J:1:1:1:1:1:1:: :::::::;; m1mmjj11i1; ; i 1; 1 111 1j111 m1i:;n1 1 1n1i: ..1:111: 1:1:1:: 1:1: 11:1: 1 111i 1i1i 1m1; ; ;m1j1jlij1j; !!.1

ning Worship at II. Training
.- Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor-
q What can be ship 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer I STARKE "66"SERVICE I

Meeting, 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T. _4L..F L 0 R I D A :
s more convenient Odom, Jr., pastor I

: & EST Kill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 ':
; than a full .. ..4 < l II
CIICRCH. STA. C-:: Tire Tru-ing
service bankChecking ',. Le.I Sunday School 9:45: a.m. ONTROLI ;
: Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd '. Headlight Adjusting : I

Sundays, II a.m. M.irnlngl'ray- iwa. I
I Account? er, 2nd, 4th and Jth SI.t1hy.: Brake Service
11 a.m, Carl Hurst I'hone 964-<61 lll I
Wheel llalnnce nnd ::
EYC-Sundays:;: 6 P.m.
;5.10):\! E. Call St. Sttirke. Fla. Alignment :
-John :M. Flynn Rector'
I'hone 9R1-5713:; for FREE PROMPT ROAU SERVICE ; I

Iliway :301 and 100
f Inspections und IstimatesEDWARDS AU Minor Repairs

410 S. Temple -- Starke
FIRST BAf FIST CHURCH 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke ;

You needn't risk carrying too much -.

L' cash. You can pay bills by mail. Can- Opportunities for Service: STARKE BUILDERS BRADFORD

celed checks are handy receipts. And Sunday Sunday School 9:45:

,, you have every other banking service a.m.sermon Morning"While Worship He Spoke at 11 to, SUPPLIES, Inc. Grocery and Market ABSTRACT CO.

you need right here, too. Check here! Us in the Way": ; 15-17 >ear
Acteens, 12:15: p.m.; Training Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed Defter Service; For Your

Union 6:15; Evening Worship, Paint Supplier, CAS: AND OIL Title. Problems
7:30: Sermon "Mlcalah The Complete

Courageous Prophet". Jack and (Wad)'" EdwardsU. Abstract.
Monday Youth Choir 7 and Sporting
LOR DA Tuesday Junior Choir 3:30 S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
p.m.; Girls in Action 4:15.: "Check With Ua First"
Wednesday Fam'ly !Night I; PHONE 964-5312 1514 V.'. Call Ph. 964-6881
Supper 6 P.m.; Prayer Meet- 219 Washington St. 1-5270
> BANK AT STARKE lag R.A., Acteens, 6:30: p.m.;
Teacher and Officers Meeting -
7:15: ; Church Choir Practice CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
Member Federal Deposit Corp. 8:13.:

' Thursday Church-Wide Owned By Those We !S;"ne In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members. Mrs l) tt.r.
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Visitation, 7 p.m.
W.A. Hogan Electrically"-KeyMone' Heights-Phon* 473-4911
j Pastor

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r KEYSTONE HEIGHTS i MELROSE ] MELROSE Melrose By Olga Westmoreland Elementary School r Golf Saturday Tourney By ,KH Barbecue ShrinersThe Set Science Melrose Will Attend ProgramJeffrey Youth UF 1

had a combined open house Clay County; Shrine Club You do not have to be a
- ------ ---- and PTA
---- -
Meeting recently will hold If* annual Barbecueand Shriner to participate. W. Hayes of Melrose :

Keystone Hi/ifes/ ... J<>.-- '- rose's own Majorettes per- April 17,at the Keystone Heights School will be among studentsand :
I forming under the direction of Country Club In Keystone :
state scientists
... ,B? GLORIA REDFEARN I. NotesBy Mrs. Leon Duncan. Mrs. Dun Heights. the role of liberal arts examining In the
can and Mrs. Gloria
P1.e..Call 473.3288 473-4182 science profession at the University
or : _____ Helen. Egan were elected president secretary :- Ali golfers are urged to of Florida's Junior
respectively,of the PTA participate. There will be trophies Science. Engineering and Humanities -
WOMAN'S CLUB' lexas recently. for the coming school year. for the low score team MENArmy Symposium today
F.F.W.C1 CONVENTIONThe We're happy' to report that !rfoly.Week nominations). PTA Ways and Means chair the low score Individual. through Saturday. April 15-17.
Annual Florida Feder- Joe WUdt is home from the The several Items she had man Mrs Pat Gamblll. an- the longest drive the longest :;:,

don of Woman's Club Con- NAS Hospital where he under. COMMUNITY CHURCH on display and on which she flounced plans for the May Fe.* putt and several others Includ- Private Jeffrey L, About 145 students will participate :::
went Wor- oval to be held at the school ing a consolation: for the
will be' held eye surgery Two Sunday Morning a historical touch were trophy In the ': '
vention '. at t the gave Batts 19. eon of Mrs. Janice eighth annual :
Mrs. Paley Boydhas. returned held May L The May Festival-wiU highest score.The ,
Robert Meyer Hotel In Jacksonville ship Services were on all gifts from native people Batts Keystone Heights, recently symposium sponsored by the
April ,18 through A- from a trip to Panama Clty; Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday with whom she worked. officially open at 3 pjn. with barbecue for the first completed eight weeks of UFo the University of Florida
where she visited her son end with special ;: a parade starting at the Mel- time this year will have boxes basic
Foundation. Inc.
prl1 22. andtepreach training at the U.S. army the U.S. Army -
his rose post office to take out for those who
family. sic by the Choir CIRCLE MEETINGSThe then travelIng pre- training center Armor Research! Office Durham
NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK Sympathy Is extended to Mrs. ing. by Pastor Stewart Mc four day Circle will east on State Road 26 to fer taking It home and sharing Knox. Ky. Ft. N.C., and the U.S. Army Missile
George Putnam on the death th* iirhnnL Tho FAuMval will with the chldren rather than
Cord. meet at 1:30 Monday
National Library week wllltM : p.m. Command Huntsvllle, Ala.
18 A. of her mother recently and In the Interim between.ervleea AprU 19 as follows: Mra.Turk- be over at 8 p.m. "Ya'll eating at the club. Boxes will
observed April
through He received instruction in
to Mrs. Foster HoweU the Come". Articles neededfor be available time after 2
on members of the nett 0) with Mrs. R.A. Gaunt are any
pill 24 at the Keystone. Public the and the main drill and ceremonies weapons, Thirty-eight high school teachers .
death of her brother-in-law. Church Women served coffee with Mrs. Jack Haberstroh as Country Store Booth. p.m. meal will
Library. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Chrlatof- and sweet !buns to the choir co-hostess Mrs. Authry Vance If you have a donation please be served from 6-7 p.m. map reading combat tactics, university scientists:
Mrs. Fltzhugh Stephens ;
military courtesy military Justice professors and administrators
fers Jr. of Tallahassee wereguests members. Maundy Thursday contact either Mrs. Pat Gam-
CD) will meet with Mrs. C.V.
Chairman of Education Com- first aid, and army history are on the program which
of his Mrs. bill or Mrs. Win Broadhurst. pro-
mother services
Evening were con-
mittee of the Keystone HelgtltlWoman' Phillips at her Swan Lake Home. Two I FIRST BABXBT and traditions.He motes the study of science by
Club and members Bert Chrlstoffers Sr. over the ducted by Pastor McCord and All members are to meet at talented groups of Mel. CHURCH I
Easter weekend. the celebration of Holy Communion Mrs. Vance home at 1 pirn and rose youngsters entered the I KEYSTONE ,&. recognizing outstanding high
refreshments and
will serve Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livings Talent Show at the Bradford Car- Is a 1969 graduate of school students and presenting
observed. cars will together to Mrs. Pastor: Rev Lawrence
assist Mrs. H. Librarian go
Lawrence ton spent the Easter weekendIn Good Friday afternoon services Phillips home. County Fair and came home Keystone Heights High School.; them with career possibilities.Chtvl .
at the Houn.Thunday.
Ft. Lauderdale with their were a Joint service with Mrs. Win. Beam Sr OH winners. Taking second place rollSunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship -
April 22 from 2 to
4 son, daughter In law and granddaughter members of St. Anne's Episcopal will meet with Mrs Olive Ste- In the middle division were Service 11 a.m. Church
The Is Invited Mr. and Mrs. Alec Church and their pastor vens and her sister Mrs. Ma- "The Fabulous Four., Vicki Training 6:30 p.m. Evening
to public attend. Cordially Livingston and Alexis Nicole. Kev. W.M. Jones joining with bel Husbands on Lake Geneva; Tlson. Laura Barbot, Phillip Worship 7:30: pjn. The Old Timer
Wally Fordyce a former resident Community; Church membersand Mrs. John Bird's (TV) will Courtney and Leon Duncan. Monday EveningYouth Choir ru<
GOLF COURSE of Keystone recently underwent friends with Pastor Mc- meet with Mrs. Floyd Koons; First Prize In the senior division Rehearsal 7 P.m.
Last Thursday's Play for the surgery at Emery Hospital Cord. The special program entitled the Morning Circle(Mrs.G.son ....- was claimed by "The Tuesday Girls; In Action &
Ladles Golf Association of the in Atlanta. "Father Forgive Them"was ) meets at 9:30 a.m. with Plainsmen," Debbie Copeland Mission Friends 3:15: p.m.
Keystone Golf and Country Club Sympathy Is extended to Mrs. congregational participation Mrs J.H. McEachern; NightIngales Linda Price, Randy and Wednesday Evening Prayer D
18 holers tied Harold Houser upon the deathof In the observance of the (Mrs. Cook) Circle will Ricky Brown Hampton. Melrose Meeting 7 p.m. Adult Choir
was won by
for low net were: Vesta Al- tier husband and to Miss Last Seven Word. meet this month It 1:30: p.m. Is proud of its young Rehearsal 8 p.m.
Gertrude Houser. Mrs. Turkett and Mrs. staffers and Instrumentalists. Wide Visitation.
ken Lu Tlmmlns. Mildred Sut- Roy with Mrs. Roy Bridges. This Thursday -Church -
ton and for low Fran Guests of Mr. and Mrs. My- Ray Farris rendered a vocal Is a special occasion when the "The Plainsmen" entertained ,
Chesstngton. In the 9 putts hole ron C. Prevatt, Jr. for the duet prior to the first word. members of the circle will celebrate the patients and staffat During the month of March "Some people May the best AM
net Joan Wright and grouplow low Easter HoUdays were her parents As the congregation was singing birthdays of the elder the Veterans Administration the following new members way to stop! the noise In the n
putts Alice Ntebert. Mr. and Mrs. Van Land- the third stanza of Beneaththe members. A luncheon Is being Hospital In Gainesville were accepted Into our church: car Is to let her drive!I"
Ingham of Tallahassee. Cross the afternoon sunshine planned. Rebeccas (Mrs. Mc Tuesday night. By Baptism Paul Lelno of
Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Rushton streamed through the Lean) evening Circle meets at New residents of the com- Keystone Heights and Mrs.Barbara
HERE N' THERE enjoyed a visit from their stained glass windows of the 8 p.m. with Mrs. Richard Sun- munity are John Allen, wife Prevail of Melrose Florida ilJohn.Above
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Swaf- daughter and son-in-law Cap Narthex ,and Illuminated the derland. Becky and daughters, Shawn : and by Letter, Mrs Ole
ford of Silver Spring Md.were tain and Mrs. L.A. Cumbee and Three rugged crosses. Election of officers was held, and Michelle John Is the son B. Burn*" "* K"ystoseHeights.: KEYSTONEHEIGHTS W
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. son Robert and their son and The Altar Flowers Easter- with no nominations offered of longtime residents Mr. and *
Fred Wiles of Clover Lane. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. lilies for this Good Friday were from the floor, and unanimous Mrs. W.II. Allen, whose home Among our visitors In Easter
The Don Aska's enjoyed a Eule Rushton and daughter from In memory of Mr. Bert Chrlstoffers. acceptance of the nomination Is on Lake Geneva. We wel- '* Morning Worship Service TbU Question
visit with their children from Atlanta. ST. and Dr. DonaldM. come the Aliens.
committee Su-
as reported by were Mr and Mrs. J.L. "A $450,000 award to a Minnesota
Chrlstoffers by Mrs. Ger- Mrs. James Cook chairman. Tuesday night dinner guests bar Mr. 1&' Mrs. J.B. Rouse girl. $1,100,000 verdict

Library Week Harold R. HouserSr trude Chrlstoffers wife and For the year of May, 1971 to of and Mrs.Mrs.Aleene Adie were Mr. Mrs. Richard W. Hall, Mrs. for a New York child. $350.-
Barthoff of DIRECTORY
mother. May 1972 the officers are: Jacksonville.Mr. Manala Boynton, Mr. RichardW. 000 award for a swimming pool
Set president, Mrs. Barry Wyman Hall, Donna Parrish Nor- drowning. these are but a
AprillB-24 I Harold R. Houser Sr., 09, COMMUNITY CHURCHWOMEN 1st vice and program chairman, and and Mrs. Arthur Williams ma L. Wade, Mrs. R.C. Dowl- few of recent large liability
Keystone Heights, died In a Mrs. L.C. (Peggy) Gayle; 2nd Ga. have been of Dalton ing Mr. & Mrs. F.C. Johnson S.E. McKAY. REALTOR awards. Does the Charley E.
Starke hospital Wednesday, April The regular General Meetingof vice and missionary chairman, enjoying week'svisit Mr. & Mrs. Charles R. Cat- Johns Agency recommend a
National Library Week will 7, following a sudden Ill- the Church Women was held Mrs. A.P. Hallman:: secretary with Mrs. William's parents lett and son Richard Catlett; Keystone Heights 473-4816 "one million dollar personal
be observed throughout the nation ness. at 7:30: p.m. on April 5. Mrs. Carolyn Wagner andtreasurer Mr. and Mrs. U.S. Myles all of Jacksonville; Mrs Patricia excess liability policy" to keep
April 18-24 with emphasis In spite of the very rainy Mrs. Ralph Barker. on Lake Swan. Parks of Jasper Mr. H. Appraisal Service pace with today's liability
on efforts to encourage Individual evening a goodly representative Annual reports of all officers The Melrose Homemakers A. Tuten,Sr.of Savannah, Geor- The Best in Lakefront risks?"
Americans to read Mr. Houser was born In Mead- group ol circle ladies at- and committee chairman will Club will have a Clean-up day gia; Catherine Cooksey of Mon- Homes,
more books and become more vllle Perm on Jan. 1 I. 1902. tended. A greeting was given be In order at the final Gen- at the Clubhouse at 9 ajn., ticello. Florida:. A.E. Brynildson Acreages! RentalsASSOCIATES Charley E.
familiar with their libraries. by President Mrs. Barry Wy- eral Meeting on May 3 at 7:30: April 15. Members are reques- & family of Milwaukee
Marking Library Week locally Surviving is his wife: Grace man who Introduced devotional p.m. President Wyman, has ted to wear work clothes and Wisconsin Mr. & Mrs. A. Ron- JOHNS AGENCY
will be the annual Art Show, Houser; one son: Dr. Harold chairman, Mrs. F.L. Stephenswh made a special request that bring a sandwich. ald Wagner and children, Mike Mr. Melba ttgn 4/J-4MO
with all persons in the Starke R Houser Jr.; one sister: Miss spoke on "This Is God's these reports regardless of We are happy to report that & Cynthia Ann, of Orlando Cot J. Ch...ln.lon 471-4679 131 So. Walnut St.
area Invited to display original Gertrude Houser all of Key Universe". length be written or typed on Carl Ford Is home after his Florida; Mr. & Mrs. Ramond L. J. Robinson 475.4041 Phone 96
works of art stone Heights and one brother: Missionary Chairman, Mrs. regulation, portfolio size sheets recent stav in the hospital. Handley of Blue Mountain, Alabama Cmrr 4734098 <1.5070
3 Mrs. Carl Minx James A.P. Hallman Introduced Mrs. which| be obtained from Miss Rita McCarthy will Mm. Jackie Lanler &
librarian C. Houser of Hobe Sound may
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have -
arrived - -
D.W. Hardenbrook of Starke the last Friday to - -
In extending an Invitation to the t la, Secretary or Mrs. Wyman, son Bubba of Lake Santa Fe.
public to visit the library during # who with her husband spent 18 this conforms to the secre spend several days with her
this special week. Services were from the Com- years traveling in the Pacific tary's book, on which these aunt, Mrs. J.C. Caboardl. Miss Our visiting Evangelist:: Kev. Clay County Shrine Club
"National Library Week Is munity t Church at Keystone area. '_ reports will be filed. McCarthy Is from Waterbury Dick Roberts has been conduc-
a worthwhile cause by any Heights Saturday at 2 p.m. with Her experience) of three years Reveccas and Mrs. Beam Conn., where' she Is head of ting a Bible Study in the Book
measurement It should be ob- Rev. Stewart McCord officiating In Okinawa were the highlights Sr. Circles will be hostesses the Business Dept. of St. Jo coioisians each morning at GOLF TOURNAMENT
serbed every week of the year burial was In Keystone of her travels. There she was for the Family Nile Dinneron seph's Boys High School. 11:00: a.m. this week. We hope :
by making greater use of the Heights Cemetery under direction very active In the leper colony April 28. Sixth grade students Kate that members of our community
many facilities available to all of DoWltt C. Jones Funeral under the auspices of the United The Easter Sunday Altar Gaboardl. is the winner of will come and Join us in this; AND BARBECUE
ages." Homo. Church Women (of all de Flowers were In memory of the Melrose Elementary School very interesting study of the
Mrs. Nellie A. Houser Mrs. spelling bee. Friday she will Scriptures. A covered dish ,
w ill Edith C. Grave Mr. C. Sample be competing in the county- luncheon prepared by the Lad- Saturday April 17th
wide spelling bee at South Pal- ,
and Mr. Hernard bio- leI of our Church is served
comb by their family. atka School. Good Luck Kate. afterwards.
The Nightingales Circle mem- Melrose Duplicate Bridge Keystone Heights Country Club
bers honored three members Winners this week are: First

b EQU\PMENT\ of the Circle Mrs. A.C. Holt place. Mrs. Gay Livingston and And don't forget our Evening Keystone, Heights
(Mother). Mrs. Ida Gentry and Mrs. Raymond Starnes; Second
Services at 7:30 con-
\ p.m.
: SUPPLIES Mrs. Louis Kyle. place Mrs. Roland Bryan and
& Mrs. C.B. thorns; Third place; tinuing through Saturday even- BOXES AVAILABLE AFTER 2:00: P.M.

EASTERN STAR Mrs. A. Bachmann and Mrs. In. *. MAIN MEAL 6-7 P.M.
Keystone Chapter of OES Zoe Terry; Fourth place, Mrs. Pastor: Rev Lawrence Carroll -
held their first meeting Of Mike Falkel and Mrs. C.W. .

March on the 6, with Worthy Hardy. ___U:[ 000 Trophies for the Low Score Team,

and Matron Mattie Lee Patron Kingsbury The Low Individual Score,
Worthy Floyd

See Us For Koons Visitors officiating. I INDIAN BEACHLake I The Longest Drive,
ALL Your were welcomed by
Office Needs the Matron Mr. and Mrs. ( Santa Fe) The Longest Putt,
Royal Shultis from Sun Prairie By: Michael H. ChlUy
Consolation Score
WIs., who spend three Phone 475-1(12 Trophy for High

months In Keystone. Their Well friends It's like this. .. Mama's Illness we had to go sir
with daughter her Mrs. L.R.flew Pratt, who My secretary who does all the to Lake City, to put Uncle YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A SHRINERTO
family down from calling (sometimes known as my Howard and Aunt Lena Brad-
Baraboo Wis. Is spending Easter ; mother Alias Cricket), Is havIng berry on a bus back to Oxford PARTICIPATECome
week in
Florida. problems with an ulcer Ala. after they had spent
Everyone was happy to which she thought was gone 8 or nearly two weeks with us. As .
see Mrs. Chas (Nell) King able out and Enjoy Good
Pencils Peru ii to visit the 10 years ago. he usually dues 1. Uncle' Howard Fellowship
Markers chapter. So she didn't feel like foolIng spent about 80)% of his time
Tape, A Memorial
service was observed
with When he wasn't off
news Saturday so your fishing.
Erasers Clue .
for the
late C.W. 0 rolling-reporter doesn't have somewhere fishing he was out
wens and a copy sent to the
any for you except ours. So on our dock fishing. Trlday-
family. bear with me, and we'll try afternoon, our cousins Leon R. T. LOVORN REALTOR
Mrs. John Hlmble
wrote to catch you next week. Okay and Alice Adams who live on ,
Continued on next page Besides being hindered by Cuntersvllle Lake In Gunters-
vlllc Ala, camo In to spenda Presents
few days with us. So Friday
night we had two different fam
-- Gem Clip, Ledgers, "Instant
Staplers & Staples b.una.:
Typewriter Ribbons visited! by A.M. and Katie Howard -
of Starke. Then Wednes-
day night. my grandparents; THEMI!
bert and Palma Chilly of.Starke
camp out for a visit.
The bass have been biting ALL TYPE FINANCING AVAILABLE
fairly well on Santa" Ke. Koy
Griffin of (Crlfflns. bodge fished FHA VA
Lei erheads
I with Mr. diner on Tuesdayand
:.1\ I
Envelopes. CONVENTIONALWatch
caught 3 ball; Wednesday,
Business Forms I he and Hen Betty caught 9
bass the largest 7-3/4 Ibs. For Our Open House :

Thursday. Hoy, Mr. Register / -
Drive in and Bank and Mr. Hovels caught:: II AnnouncementMake
I 'I<."IIoj e nice ones; and FrIday the sumo

/ party; caught 9 bass.

,. With Speed and Ease! Saturday Hoy got 3 buns the R. T. Lovorn Realtor
largest one weighing In at 7
J'RuLber Stamps Ibs; Hill Groves of Jacksonville Your Headquarters For All Realty
caught 3, Hill GrIner
Wedding Stationery ST>. time and trouble by taking caught a 7 Ib. one MalcolmBradley Needs :
a a pounder and Jer-
advantage of our drivels banking. ry Itedmond an H pounder. ACREAGE WATERFRONT LOTS
Sunday Roy caught S boss
At Hcaionable Price," Mirk Just drlro .la, and let. our up to G Ibi. I'ncle' Howard NEW OR USED HOMES
"Quality! Printing my father and Buddy Kills: of
frUndly. courteous eJlerm Bern you Gainesville went to Orange Lakeon FINANCING AIDS INSURANCEAND

qalexV and .I/ deaU FrIday and caught 8 bins.
,. Try it MOB. Leon Adams! of Alabama and APPRAISALS

BRADFORD C Yogi tw glad you did... my father went on Saturday and
.3fr., t got 4 nice ones Your One-Stop Real Estate Firm '
Sunday. Icon I Alice and my
parents went to the Oklawaha
ttrap1 KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember River and uiiKht a nice stringof R. T. LOVORNREAITOR
mixed fish.
F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. Phone Keystone 413.3254

"Your Friendly Dank In Your Friendly That seems to be all for Home : 413.4152
"!"" Community." now folks will catch everything
up next week. ,..

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the .Chapter on Mr recent dreds of senile senior patients .. :" .

move to Mcintosh, Ga.. where .

her'son: had their new mobile A PETITION (Galley) Mrs. Alva Thomas of Jack : ..r,. ., __ ,,,......
home ready for ttienu Gordon Baker presented a sonville Mrs. L.R. Waters of '
Elizabeth was happy to find' petition for members to sign Alachua;; and Mrs. Clara Priest sw r: :fifn E:' ''lSt1 :sreElr.r: : .eMj1 ,., '5W i'l!' ,., '8e-i J the dogwood and acelaea In full'bloom and spoke and gave leading of Wliiiston visited Mrs. Pearl > > -
and a rose bush smiled fact that preceded the Ml Lai Markey recently.
a greeting. Refreshments were affair. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Capps PLASTICS TA SIGNS 4
served In the Banquet !Hall( by Emotionally Mr. Baker recalled and Mr. and Mrs. William Par- CLASSIFIED AD RATES Will sell or 1 learn own Ports Sip -
Mr. Aughtry Vance, Mr. and his experiences In the rish'of N.C. were the ing business 4n.cludl Newest thing in JIMMY MOORE'S I' .' -
Mrs. S.E. Kennedy. front line of battle and recalled weekend Raleigh of Mr.and Mrs. Minimum Cfaarfv .... ..1.75 prints to ananuflactbure : training and SUN SPORTS .

The April 20th Chapter meet- how any parent would Evan Hodges and Mr. and Mrs (Covers IS words' ) ducts and iti> ing. Mrs. Verna Brice, P.G.M. feel if he should have been George Lovelace and family. duction!. orders bo( and Worthy Grand Adab of the Calley. This petition was to Two of Mrs. Mary L. Green's Each word over IS-Te 'MvttdMal or email Ft. King St., Ocala, Cobla' Boa .
General Assembly will be hon be sent to the American Legion nephews surprised her by drop- 500 Extra Charge U not Complete training, 629-2264 lip YOUR MONEY .
ored. A report will be givenon In Jacksonville. ping by to see her on Easter paid In advanceCLASSIFIED write ART CRAFT INC. Johnson Motor :

,'the Grand Chapter meet- Sunday. These were Mr. and FT, King' Bb. Ocala. :D 1.L311NU NOW Starke Ph. 064-5791 SPECIAL
Ing In Tampa last week. Before Game Day on April Mrs. Deak Tompkins of Ft. DISPLAY 629-2264. Lake lotts, Key -
22, at 1:30: in Lions Club adieus Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs $1.50 Per Inch Penny: Founts and Complete Outboard &: ALL NEW SKI
FELLOWSHIP CLUB will have been said, as Leon Tompkins and son from FOR RENT :.. 8 We ntoo need Stern Drive Service and RIG
The monthly covered dish winter members leave for their Miami. Memorials Its.oloftoeu bath unfumtehed house : any size. Small Repair. Complete Fiberglass 15' Cobia Bow Rldor

luncheon of the FellowshlpClub northern homes. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges Proclamation, eta -7c word Payne 9/1.4-/ <<1560. Call Jamie CooOey.! Repair. Custom- 50 H.P.
held at the Lions Club on Mr. and Mrs. Watson of In- JOHNSON
was spent the day with their daughter :locally 5332711.
April 8 at 12:30.President : terlachen leave for their Maine and family Mr. and Mrs. CARDS OF THANKS 4 Bedroom 2 bath built Fiberglass Fishing Gator :Traitor J:
Marion DrIs- JO word leas .. ......1.00 Lesuouo: Jtax Broker. Boats.
Mrs. home; Mr, and Mrs.Royal Shul- Jimmy Genn and son in Middle- or Just completely
coll opened the meeting with tls will be leaving for Sun Prairie burg last Friday. Eaeh word over 80-7o Bnsy! term Located 'l6 -4158. All For ',. $1 ,
Invocation given by Mrs. Amy Wls, and Mr. Shultis sis Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescottwere 100 South. For' Btdhg 5-20 Tax ,99r.Plu.

Ferret], and a salute to Flag, ter, Mrs. Esther Krueger whoIlasUvedatWl1ltef'eatherCoul't visiting relatives In Tam- VAST TV & 064-7701. PARENTS-Men Cot WATER FRONT LOTS" 1 4,*
lead by Mrs. Mltta Kersey and Lakeland the Eas- FOR BALK

pa over wanted. Some S.. Lynn Hamilton
PAm. Free pick-nip.'
and Spring singing flowers of "America"on the tables. The for several years will move to ter weekend. They visited Mr.Prescott's ttait DatavtT'e Discount city; and ,,",men. On CroSby LnJtfl: and Ctnetoy Before You Buy

Mrs. Ferrell.some be with her daughter and family brother Mr. and tfchg LEW'SWELDING "! 1347 per month Lake Canal. (Canal 60 feetwide
by 1030 E.
were Mrs. Orea Prescott and famIly
University Av.
S day 'week 8 :hour
Mr. and Mrs. Kommers
a "
from her garden and a Dot deep) Located on
of Western Springs, 111. in Tampa. Then visited Mrs. WANTED House full of fur.niture opportunities State Gainesville
Road 100 3
sunshiny yellow mums planta miles West
Prescott's mother and sisters
: pay caan. DaluneriD.ooW' oleic leave,
gift for her birthday. Mrs. Nellie Miss Em- Pines \ vt Starke.: Fla. IdeM for vacation
Trlngle, Whispering
PERSONALSMrs. $. Uq Please! apply In .
A program was arranged by ma Trlngle also Mr. and Mrs. cottage mobile home orinvestment.
Shultls ; tel US 301 S. -
Ethel Royal expressed .Personnel OfHc,
chairman. Mrs. .
acting Elton Watson and family and
I her surprise In the early arrival 961-8252 Center oatnesvlUe' ,
Weyman. The elementary Key- Mr. and Mrs. Alton Nicholasand Prices mart at I1.29S.OO. $200
stone School children of Mrs. of her daughter and famIly's family in Lakeland. UTILITY opportunity; em down and 35.00 month for 36
Stewart McCords Music: Classes flight from their homoin tfchg months: (8H( .
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis % simple Interest
Baraboo, Wis. Esther CUSTOM UlL
invited to give an Eas-
were Tallahassee visited Amanda ).
of Mrs. -
ter Mrs.McCord said expecting the family on April GAS AND cafe and fast -with
program. Lewis last Saturday.Mrs. .
that the young folks <".d so enJoy 2, but they took off early on Amanda Lewis'childrenand REFINISHINGALL WELDING &: E-Vap Call 964-7701 8 amt to I
that day, r 1 were April fools day, and had to grandchildren visited her TYPES SHEET METAL Andrews Phar pm. weekday\ tf- HOMES
to be invited ag? e were make several stops due to weather on Easter Sunday honoring her UPHOLSTERYCABINETWORK TRAILER 6tp 5-13
41''In the chon he at- conditions, and refueling. birthday. Those present for this NURSERY LOTS FOR SALE StaRe Golf
tentlveness and s each Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Pratt, occasion were Mr. and Mrs. INSTALLED A Country Club, ready for AVAILASt9 FOR
and every yo w: I girl and sons) Fred and Gary, andFred's Lamar Hall and children, Patricia Expert Reproductions containers: 35c or building' : on or for dnveatment.
received hl&.. compliments. college room mate John $1.00 house plants. 2 Lots area approximately H
Marilyn Sharon, and YOUR LOT
They showed their Interest and Runde of Hazel Green, Wis. Art. Mr. and Mrs. Edward En- C. E. JACKSON cl Lawtey on 301. ore and larger. Paved roads

happiness in doing such a fine arrived at the Keystone Air- dlcott and children Leonard, 1313 W. Madison Starke NOTICEStarke sign. Ph. 782-3405. only' 3 minutes from toron.Prtc .

program. Several had part time port at 11 p.m. Carol and Sheryl Ann, and Mrs. tfchg -s. etart at 129500. $200
solos and the program.A hearty The weekend before, some Iva Mae Lewis all of Gainesville and down and 35.00 per month. $3,500
salute or praise goes out to young folks from Waterloo, and and Mr. and Mrs. Mal- CARL BEGGS ; Call 96<<-7701. 8 a.m. to S p.m.
each and everyone songster, as Plattevllle, Wis. surprised the colm Lewis and children1}, Ed- Heights area tithe
their voices rang out In "This Royal Shultls. Elaine Estervlg Gulf ServiceUSED
die, Kathy and Martha. They
Is Made For You and is their granddaughter. Her Hastings Condition
Land all enjoyed a dinner and an PARTS I EOT SO, FT.OF .
three college friends were Ca- O.C. Carnes
M* hunt.
Mrs. L.C. (Peggy) Gayle, a thy CurUas, Rich Smith and egg Congratulations I to Mr. and 'Too Prices for Wrecked. Can and Pump Co. .

I guest, gave an appropriate Rich Imllgelakl. They went on Mrs. Richard Nipper of Gainesville Zj. Hoar Wrecker Service Thousands of Plants -
reading "The Legend of the to Miami after spending the on the birth of a daugh- 710 Rt. John Ave.PALATKA Court Street Fruit Trees Shade Trees, UVIHQAnEACALL
Dogwood." that!knarled and colorless weekend with Esther and Roy- ter April 4. Christ Lyn' Fuel Oil 964-5832 Evergreens, Camellias,

tree that made the cross al.The weighed in at 6 Ibs, 6 ozs. Used Can ''Azaleas, Roses
on which Christ was crucified. Shultts family visited Paternal grandparents are Mr. DWJ' SOI N. Waldo Is Open Moat In can plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
Shultls sister who sounds
,Houston Driscoll read a Memorial Mrs.
and Mrs. Colley Nipper of
to the late C.W. Owens, the winter at Zephyr Hills Mo- Starke Maternal grandparents 68-ltBS Conditioners

a member of the Fellowshlpfor bilehome Park, but her winter are Mr.; and Mrs. Shurley Tet- T Repaired Pumps 23 MI. S.E. of starke, Hwy 100 SLADE
the past 6 years. He and his home is in Wisconsin Dells. stone of Brooker. DRILLING Flornhome =659-8163
wife Cordl attended the March Easter vacation week found the SEWING MACHINE!-Cleaned! ReupholsteredNEW
i, luncheon. A copy of this Memorial Pratt family visiting attractions her Mrs. Gracie and Bigham visited oiled and Uuated< In your and Rentals FOR S.\L1-20!: acres on paved
daughter husband Mr.
I will be sent to the fa- of Florida.Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams in home. $500. Vacuum cleaner Department highway 3 .be ro< I mily. This memorial expressed and Mrs. Bill Lang, until Tallahassee recently. repairs also. All work fuaranta- FREE home. $7.500 town! 10.000
recently, Keystone residents ed. Dennis Cagglna. Phone Service balance. $96.50
the kindness and cheerfulness April 8 ErnestEdwards E. monthCaU
i of this stately gentleman and who moved tn be with their celebrated, her birthday at her 4311428. tfene. Call Collect Bill Powell. R.E. Broker 984- SERVICESFar
his memory everyone will cher- daughter and family In Coral 1 all appliances.: 6464.
sister's home, Mrs.Inez Green.
the state visiting SUPER STICK Vinyl PlutlaLetters
ish. Cables, toured p.& for .ale.-
I Mrs. Lillian Seals of Ham- friends in Pensacola and Those attending this occasion an sizes\ colors. Permanent e & Service Co FHA or Conventional financing
and Ronald Mill
Mr. Mrs. Bristol
monton, U.J. and daughter of stopped off for overnight with were for use on wood, lass, tfehg on new Brick, 3 bedroom
Mr. Driscoll visiting in Key the Julius Hansons. Mrs. Lang Scott and children Kathy, John, plaitle, paper metal, leather. 2 Bath living room nine CaD JaekKMCoOect .m..
and Isabel.
stone. Mrs. Seals is a nurse was a member of the Fellow Cherie Hinton, Mr.Shirley and Green Mrs. ANYnnNOl I -Bradford County SEWING Registered Real !room, and family! room Home : -

at the state hospital in New ship Club, as registrar.A Gene Edwards and children Tina Telegraph.! M : -, Specializing In Will take tra.. e-In. Call! Bu- 781.4055
Jersey and works with hun8 real surprise was enjoyed and Johnny of Lake City MACHINESales far( Estates, Indi:! ford Mitchell, Phone 9646760.P .
Frank and Helen Egan on ; O.
by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards WATSON'S Corporate Owners. Box 238, St'8ll'lkttchll'
Saturday, the 10th, on greeting [! 'r 1 real ''bus.
and daughters Peggy and Patsy and Service
Ernest Hilton
I House of Vacuum Years experience
Lavern Outlaw Jr. of
from their former home and ; PFAFF BUILDING
,1t.chQ"P land: matters. Tel. Pantle'lfOseBut
Starke Mrs. Cox and
summer retreat at Orwell N.Y. ; Tommy Many: brands of new vacuum New ]tomeUniversal Florida tf chg Approximately 3600 Sq. Ft. '
children and Mrs. Bill
', MI. W..t Of Starke "Dutch" as be is called brought ham. Big- $39.00 up. Used machines from Including A-C Office AJacent Grad.
> with him a number of pictures S10, Expert Repair all mike To RyRy Ramp for Truck t
y On Stat. Road 100 he took of the winter's snowbanks Mrs. Cecil Malvin gave a Parts and Accessories tn all $49:50 up : Small unfurnished:\ <: LpaxSlug Term Any Sit* Any Color
i' ; too high to see In first Training Union Egg Hunt for vacuums Built In Central vacuum I Parts & Repairs ; locat''Jn, land! for' $18,500

'\';:Discount LiquorSpecials floor windows of the Egan home.It ners the Prlmilres at :her home and the Thursday Begin- cleaning systems. 712 N. all other Make \ ,( children no pets: BILL POWELL; $3 Pair:\-No.:. !
real old fashioned talk
a Phone
afternoon April 8. Around Main, Oalneavllle. 378-7110 chines. couple. }
; fest, but, sadly, to hear of the eighteen atp! 4-13 BROKER $2 Pair No. !
passing of so many of the neighbors ty. children enjoyed this par DIO PENS. Ball Point Refill NATIONAL 864-6464 9646810tfch" $1 Pair No. !
and friends. *. Bradford County Tat Furnished a-
Mr. and Mrs. William J.Jan- ..,. ph. 611 W. Univ. living. room 'ted1'
seen, Jr. of Mountain Lake, FISH FRY Saturday night April and dInette. 2 Pair for.$1! Yes :
Wise are spending several 17 at the Brooker Farmer's CLASP ENVELOPES al] 378-1355 S11C3X 331 CUlk St.tfchg.
Good Thru 17 1 The Glass HOUSETOP
April weeks In the White Feather Mirket sponsored by the Brooker lies_ Bradford County Telerritph. Shop MILO

Court. Mr. Janssen is a retired Volunteer Firemen. Ticketsare Lowtoy
FOUR ROSESQt. postmaster, and they arrived available now. Adults$1.25; : Treated to Glass 4/:

In Keystone via California Children $.75. Proceeds will INTERSTATE MOBILE Home 20c each, ..... 3TCHG
$5.59 the northern routes, and go toward buying needed firefighting moving In Fla. Call 964-5608. PUMPSNEW price on larg For ,',.... .
happened to be shaken up a equipment. Be sure to tfchaj Bradford County i -
bit while in California and the support your Fire Dept. tl All CARS and TRUCKS .................
earthquake. They soon headed We wish for all our sick a AND Installed Whlle-UAVaH
south and are enjoying Florida. speedy recovery. Remember Duplex!. furnished.. Owner Ul, Small furnished Custom Vinyl Auto Tops '
must! sell. Inquire' 50i> CenterSt. for individual
Expressions of sympathy is those In the hospital in your SALES : WeI I
Qt. $5.59 expressed by so many on the prayers; Mrs. Mildred Green ltp PARTS M. A. Payne Ph. 1017 N. Main G'vWe

passing of Mr. Harold R.Hous- Mrs. Ruby Hayes and Mrs FOR RENT Fumdshetl close) SERVICE tfohg :

er, whose funeral service was Mattie Sowells. in 2 bedroom colita&e.' Also and Shallow
held In Community Church on Easter Sunday was a wonderful -
April 10. Only recently did this blessing! for the members apartments. W H."REGENT Water Softeners FIRE, BOAT RATES LUZ1ER I I Repair I
Qt.S4.79RELSKA reporter announce that Mr and of the Brooker Baptist Church. FiltersPlumbing'
Mrs. Houser had moved into 130 people attended the morn- E. CONNER COSMETICS AND[ WIGS 1
VODKA 80 their new mobile home In La- Ing worship service 30 piecesof AGENCY

Qt. S4.79 gasse Park. silver- the price of betrayalwas Islet SALES PEOPLE NEEDEManogem.nt ] 'I TYPEWRITERS g

turned Into an offering of HOMES1971's EXPERT SERVICE -12' wide. 2 bed i
love each member of the Opportunities
ALL !MAKES outside city
I Watch For Our
congregation personally depos- OpenUnlimited I
CLASP U White 9646114.
Specials Each Week abeam, ited his slier In a tray at the 12' :x 60' ADDING. :
I Bradford County Tel.Ti ttchJ .
... front of the Altar. This offerIng Z Bedroom DURRANCEPUMP TerritoryCall .
h. $3,895Veteran's
of $511.95 was placed into Furnished
the building fund of our new & SUPPLY Today 964-5616 i MACHINES
----- -- applications foi j
Sanctuary being constructed Loans
THERE ARE ALMOST I now. Carpet Throughout 21-ONCH ADMIRAL 235 Louise Stern .
TV 'with I mew Manager i iTTPiwltrrElq
I OLIN'S MOBILE tube. Dahmer's Brick 3 and 4 orncc auppuxaS i
: ]1,000 I I DATSUN I| DEALERS A Hole in Your Roof HOME SALES chg: fcr Homes Details 3TST.'JOHNS 4 J !

Starke, Fla. -100 West 4 ADDING
I BUT I II Down Payment 4
:; .
and Acreage
I FOR SALE1964 Dodge V-8, On Homes Strout Monthly n.l n.tea.. i oM ''I
Watting. -
.orA clean low mUsage, AC., good Payments MOBILE HOMF1 INC =i
I WHEN IT COMES TO THE condition H. Padgett Gratalep. Broker 2117 N. POSTED SIGNS: Treated to
ICOA South.:) Itp Ph. 964-6609 Starke. \ HOMES: l' withstand weather 200 each. i

I I II Phone. 984-6853 = 12. 5 doz. Special price on lang.en ..
SALE New quantltle
I J & J Roofing Co. : South Stoke
'with' calcum only $190 for a block homes on your } =I ,
bottle! of 60 tablets at Mit down M low TF
WERE THE CLOSEST Phone 9G.J8718lliway chell's Drug. money per month. Housing, I BIO PENS. Ban Point R.fats. .

I 301 South 6tp 5-20 Young America, Corp. My Neighbors t t .i ,

964-7469 or
FOR SALES ua diving rig Ida. :
j jI complete with tank ait:. regulator slles.. ENVELOPES):. all
GAINESVILLE jI Used: !less than 10 hours FIRST TIME Brown I i
$100. Phone 964-0619 Up : ;33 I

FREE POPPIES: Phone 473- etanke 3 B-R, we'll Set It for you Office

3171. Up\ arid Air Carpet. Supplies, Fumltare, Equip.meat. -

t & Clark Datsun HELP WANTED Carpenters tras. $19,950 Shown ''Ji 1.
; Godding 7 "month old, Perfect Con. pointment
I and hslpsfs, must: have tools! only.CALL
ditlon Fully Guaranteed,
and own transportation.
I DOWNTOWN SHOPPING AREA i Mutt have good Credit to as Steady -.-wJc. Ace Enterprise! BILL : Vied t.O). S i flrocorcCountfc:

turn Monthly Payments.for RUford.' Fla. 431-1000 cr 431-:! BROKER Service Hr) '
12nd I Av. & 2nd St. S. E. 4300 N. W. 441 I 1367. itchg 964-6464 4t'/' : :
T. "
appointment" to see of The Mall "'

'4 : BRING THIS AD AND WE'LL PROVE IT >PEDAL TYPE fire car; cue ESVILLE "Yes, air, boy. You cerI I t
used' tricycle; two >bikes I
; hob Lady to
964 5346 WANTED talnly won that argument \
a TF CALL 1 by horse Lee at 1011 W. Mad with elderly lady.: with 'ou'r wife!" < etforR .t>:aINNNN
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