Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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April 22, 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. 39 Thursday. April 22, 1971 Copy Diggs Is OutBoard


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II I I CaseyBacking For Politics

I Supt. Tom

Casey's the because present recommendation they turmoil said Fuqua SaysAn

cannot continue, Brad

ford school board mem- appeal for unified sup- Council "but Bowen."
I : Lp bers Tuesday night port of the Starke Police Department Councilman Jimmy Bowen Isa

W e in its efforts to re- yet unannounced but admit-
"SL named veteran Brad-
stole calm In the current racial ted candidate for Fuqua's Job
ford educator Charles unrest was voiced by as Chief in next September's
Francis principal of Chairman Nell Tucker atTues- election.

Bradford High replac- day night's Council meeting after Fuqua's charge that Bowen
Chief Kenneth Fuqua "throughout all this time"
ing Ralph Diggs. charged one member of the (since the trouble started last
council was using the situa- Friday) "has been using my
P1Students Francis, 38, is completing tion to make political hay. job as a political push for
his seventh year as principal him" brought a heated response
In his opening statement to
.,, 11, of Starke Elementary School. from Bowen-- "That's where
.. "" He has been in the Bradford the Council, Fuqua said his you're dead, damn wrong."
,",fj"\/\: ." school system 14 years, com- men had worked 84 hours each
....,.. ,. :: . .. .J .' > ing from Tennessee. Francis since last Friday, when the Chairman Tucker rapped for
...' ..,Ij.' \; a and first disturbance started at
', ... "' : taught coached at Brad- order, saying the Council would
ford High five years and was Bradford High School. They not permit personal attacks.
principal at Hampton Elemen- were tired and their nerves Fuqua repeated his charges,
mill as disturbance calms at BHS Friday. tary for two years before mov- were on edge due to loss of attributing them to "one coun-
ing to Starke Elementary.The sleep and trying to maintain cilman" rather than Bowen byname
order without using force which ,
meeting took place in might trigger an even more

the courtroom of the old coun- serious situation, the Chief lie said the councilman, "who
ty courthouse which was Jam said. should have been supportingus
Tension packed with parents, teachers, "We've been called 'pigs,' ," had made the, remark that
j High WednesdayAs and students who often allowed have been cursed and otherwise he (the councilman) could have
their emotions to run rampant. abused while on the job," Fuqua taken a couple of men and goneto

It took nearly three hours said, "and we just shrugged the scene of the trouble
for the board to transact that it off and went about our job, and stopped it immediately
brief but Important item of business but when we come back and "When did you hear me say
as parents first quizzed have to take criticism from this?" Bowen asked.
, BHS D.oors. Supt. Casey about Friday's racial those we're trying to protect,
Reopens disturbance at BUS. then it's a little"too much fore\ Further heated exchanges

spoke out in favor of retaining men to take tween the, two were gavelled

.... Dlggs. Board Chairman Rodney Fuqua, obviously irritated, down by Tucker who said any
Hall was often hard pressedto said that his remarks were further differences would haveto

Racial tension was still highat if a confrontation had been allowed dlted for preventing trouble Board Member H.A. Lawson this week, Dlggs said, but for maintain order. He repeat- not directed at anyone on the be Ironed out lie after the Coun-
called cil asked
edly the adjourned. Fuquato
Bradford High Wednesdayas to develop Into a fight Wednesday. checked by at the end of the the remainder of the school large group
back to the matter at hand- meet with him (Tucker),
the school re-opened Its Diggs was highly complimentary School Board Members Blaine day, the principal said. year."It's) a problem we're goingto consideration of Casey's re- Bowen, and !Miyor Carl Hurst.
doors after being closed two of the local lawmen, the Thnmnson. Charles Sawyer and Precautions and extra per- commendations lie granted Fuqua's request to
have to with.
days because of Friday's student school administrative staff,and Rodney (Hall spent the day at sonnel on duty at the school City police grow and county deputies Teachers and students also have Patrolman Doug Baldwin
outburst. the extra teachers who he cre- BUS Wednesday, Diggs said. will continue not only through controlled streets sur- got into the discussion. Both meet with the group.

"This thing is not settled.It rounding BUS.( No cars were stated discipline at Bradford Why-
is not over with. We would allowed on the campus, stu- High leaves much to be desired Fuqua asked for overtime pay
have had trouble today if we dents or teachers. That rule a direct rebuttal to the for his regular police who he
had not had as much help as I I will continue in effect at least general belief that discipline said had worked a total of 672
we did," Principal Ralph Diggs ONE STUDENT'S ACCOUNTfight throughout the week. has been much improved at Why were black students act- hours since last Friday lie
said Wednesday afternoon. BUS. Ing as they did Friday? also asked pay (straight time)
Plans were being made Wed- Supt. Casey also drew criticism for the Auxiliary Police who
Several confrontations were nesday for a group of specially from parents who criticized What did they want, or expect have put in a total of 358
broken up by city and county; "When 1 returned' / ; 'mm lunch "When the blacks found one would break out and then selected parents to join the patrol him for being In Tal- to accomplish? hours during the disturbances.

lawmen and teachers patrollingthe I found a group of !Negro; students student would stand! up to themor you could see nothing but blacks."I at the high school, Diggs lahassee when Friday's distur- That has been one of the The request was unanimously
campus, Dlggs said. had gathered on the east one that didn't get along said. That move has been discussed bance took place. Charges of most difficult things to deter- approved.
ble could have erupted threeor with them would surroundhim now ran to the gym. I by Supt. Casey and other
std of Building.. I walkedto they playing politics were repeat- mine In the entire procedlngs
four times, he said, especially then saw one boy who had already members of Die administrative said his
a group and asked several and beat him I.lP.t this edly made as the audience con- which followed the outburst at Fuqua department'sjob
at lunch. been In some) fights. staff, Diggs said tinued to refer to the differences had been made more dif-
what they wire planning to do. point there was still no sight BHS at noon Friday.
About 500 of the 1,100 mem- None seemed able to tell me. of the police Blacks got around behind him The outburst Friday began they said were apparent ficult "because we can't get
ber student body attended Wednesday and some threw him to the when 13 Negro girls joined together between Casey and Dlggt. Closest anyone has come to outside help unless somebodyIs
"I then went on the other "I 1 hear from several whites the reasons came out of a joint shot or the, place Is burn-
There about 400 during their lunch
were ground. They all circled a- perIod Charles
side of A Building. At about that the Ice eating lunchat It was Board Member black and white student meet- "
pel were ing down lie said that requests -
of 900 students present at Brad round him and hit and kicked and began to chant: Sawyer who finally brought the
12:15: I began;! to hair some the time, ing Monday morning. About 50 for help from the Highway -
ford Middle School and about chanting at the other sldii of him. At this point I thoughtI "VVhap, up side the head. meeting to a head about two students met with Supt. Tom Patrol and a request for
270 of 600 at Starke Elementary "The blacks were pushing the saw a policeman by him. hours after It began when he
the building. This is the a- Whap, up side the head. Casey and Administrative Assistant the Governor to permit the use
rea In which' many whites, especially whites back toward the field A "lie later told me that when The girls would not returnto made the motion to accept Supt. C.C Anderson. BITS of National Guard Troops, had
Heversing rriuays procedure seniors, gather at house I saw many fights. he was on the ground he lookedup class when requested to do Casey's recommendations.! Student Body President Len been unseccessful.
it was white students lunch. I went down there and and saw a Negro policeman so by a teacher. Instead, they "There is no way I can con- Register conducted the meet-
who formed a group Wednes- found a group of blacks: chant- standing over him but doing went from classroom to class- demn Casey. There is no wayI ing. Students on the Student "I know we made some mis-
day and began chanting "white ing with the whites looking on. nothing. room, knocking on doors, and I can condemn Diggs. Beth have Council, the recently estab- takes, but we were doing the
power," Diggs said. Black stu- Berry saying "Come on, sister." proven too many times they lished bl-raclal committee, and best we knew how and we've
dents were not as organized "Whap, up side the head, "The. mob now preceded to The of students have a genuine Interest In our students thought to be leadersin learned a lot In the past few
Wednesday, the principal said, Whap, up side the head," they VolumeIs the field house where it was converged large on group the area betweenA children. the disturbance Friday participated days," the Chief said. He add-
and might have faired the worst were chanting. reported they tried to get to and B Buildings just at the "But I cannot see how we ed that under riot conditionshe

"At this point the school administration one of the coaches. end of one lunch period and can go through another 18 Principal Ralph Diggs and has "one boss" the Sher-

;1M 1@ 1:1::;;: 1 1 1f111111j11;; :;&! was just lookingon. Up the beginning of another, Dlggs months like this," Sawyer said. Assistant Principal Carl Clark iff of the County. "I am a
white asked not to be
jj p11 I IIjj1 Several teachers were try- "About this time the said. They refused to go backto lie will not take responsibility were present Lieutenant under the Site riff's
Ing to keep the white students kids had scattered and all over class when the tardy bell for administering the education during the meeting, Register office," Fuquay said.
I 1 calm. The whites were just Prices town and school was dismissed.The rang. system here for another 18 said, so students would feel
: Inkincr and staving calm. blacks were between A and "It hit at a crucial point. months with the present tur- freer to express themselves. At the Informal meeting after -
:H Buildings. moil existing, Sawyer added. the Council adjourned, Bowen -
It was planned, Diggs said. Basically, the black students

IF. I ling"Then the the start bell of rung fifth, period.signal- HoldingStrawberry "I talked to four and asked Black students had been heard "There is no alternative but were concerned about their representation made continued the statements to deny attributed having-
saying Friday morning "We in student
The them who was leading the move- : to make the motion that we govern-
teachers at this point did-
ment and what It was they want- break out at 12," Diggs said. the superintendent's re- ment and school activities Register to him, and charged
:::: :: ::::::: n't attempt to get the students accept qua with trying to play poll-
,;:;:;:: ::;:;;: into class. The whites I talkedto sales at the Law- ed. None of them seemed to The Negro students advanced commendations." The secondwas said. Specific grievances tices with the Issue.
;;:;;:: uht; ,uulnrtirr( :j::;: all said if the Negroes did- tey market through Sunday increased know, except for said one who toward a group of white students given by Board Member mentioned were:
n't have to go to school, they 10,000 flats over the seemed crazy. He they gathered to watch them. II.A. Lawson. -Black votes not allowed In Baldwin said that Fuqua had

IIIIli! illlilli didn't..... either previous week with a total estimated wanted 'justice'. White students, upon instruc- The vote, preceded by state- certain student elections. The not been speaking for himself,

UDC 's "The Negroes then went to movement of 16,700. "I walked up to another/groupof tions of teachers, gave ground, ments from Board and Member ChaIr- procedure of selecting student but had brought the matter up
some taking safety In the BHS Blaine Thompson
officers at the requestor indignant mem-
and asked them the body was questioned.
the other side of A blacks
CONFEDERATEMEMORIAL i ij# where they usually Buildingto gather Prices continued the strong same question. They appeared field house and gym. man Rodney Hall, was 2.1, with -Opportunities for black lea- bers of the police force and the
side through Sunday with most Thompson opposing it.
rf1!: tmf after lunch. The blacks now berries bringing around $3.50 cooperative, except for a few. Blacks ran through A and B dership among the BHS student Auxiliary. Members of both
began to shout again and when f.o.b. for estimated I did not have a chance to Buildings, breaking windows, Before the vote Thompsonread body Is not great enough. groups crowded the Council hallto
;' CEREMONY f1 1 the tardy bell rung, they did $58,450 for an the week. grossof accomplish anything though,because over turning lockers, and a portion of Article 9, -Opportunities to make up capacity.;

:;::';:: :::::: n't seem to believe I it- that Volume showed a marked Increase all of the other blacksin breaking the glass out doors. Section 4B of the 1969 Florida work were requested. ,
:l:: Honoring Confederate {::::: they had won so easily. starting Monday, but the area started running The disturbance Friday was Constitution which he said gives -Students questioned the BUS t uqua later said that his men
toward me. the school board the responsibility attendance practice of calling were so Incensed by what they
1Ji1[ Veterans li "The blacks now began demand slacked off and prices over in less than 30"minutes."It ; of running the schools. parents about absences when considered unjustified criti-
get real rowdy. The white students slumped due to competitionfrom "I tried to talk to them, but ran Its course, Deputy; the
school cism
:::: "We can't do It as long as already had a note that they were ready to
in the meantime had come California, Louisiana,and that had just run up Dolph Reddish said. from
the ones the superintendent is sitting the parent excusing the "turn in their badges" Tues-
::1;: Sunday, April 25 :: fyf around to this side of the build- North Carolina Sequoias are were trying! to get to me. School was dismissed dur- here telling us what to do." student. day night unless the Council
1 1 *1 ing to see what all the commotion outshining Florida 90's at this ing the Friday disturbance, -Tendencies: to bully on the showed they were backing them
..... 3:30: P. M. : : was."ACter stage of the season in quality; "The ones I had started to Dlggs said, to prevent larger Chairman Hall said he would school sidewalks was noted. up.
1j1 r::: quantity, and price. The 90's talk to told the rest to leave number of students from gath- have moved to keep Dlggs as -More blacks on the Instruc-
*: Crosby Lake j:; several minutes and the have passed their peak and me alone and tried to protect ering. There were no serious principal "50 minute ago." tional staff were requested. Early In the meeting Safety
Negroes began shouting
are now fading out, while Sequoias But, the chairman said, he was
me in the outburst although -A conflict between Chairman McKae had
Injuries students Jimmy
i their fists. At this point
1m shaking
d[ CemeteryPublic have reached their advised by the board attorney,
hit and commended
some students were administration were noted. Fuqua and his department
there at least two blacks "Some reached over those
':':':: was prime. George Pierce, that the chairman -
with fists and mauled on the -Courses: In black studies on their handling of
t[1 for every white. Current f.o.b. price on Sequoias who were trying to protect me vote only to break
: Invited while and hit me. One even had a ground. Some sustained cut lips, could were requested. the sensitive situation His sentiments -
kl is
around $3.25
:::: "They started marching toward the Sheriffs Office a tie -Terms used to black echoed
;::;:y brick and tried to hit me with etc, says.School agitate were by sev-
cr1r :;::: : the whites. They start- the remaining 90's, being sold Explaining his stand. Lawson students were criticized. eral other councilmen
ed the whites to the through the auction are rang- It. official worked all
pushing -A
< V; : f m s ing from $2.50 to$3. weekend and all day Mondayand asked "with the superintendent grievlance committee was
ammunitij(, r other side of the building.
"The whole time some were Tuesday to be prepared to and principal like this, how can reque.tedBlack The Informal meeting ended
<73?; &1111 r Sank : to the hot sun and quality; 1* hels concerned about children.A n't get their share of athletic
:' :: between the groups and push "A couple of t the blacks pulled Monday to delay an extra dayto the police department by
:;;: -- -.. u. d the whites back also. All of a little off this week Market provide the high/ school faculty motion by Thompson to trophies. Chairman Tucker. "We can'tafford
me out of the mob and told
.:;iYi:: T._Aew :i":::: Manager Bob Allen said this -Amnesty; from participationIn
:::::! ............ :-.. : the whites that .didn't move me which way to go to get ; ample time to assess the retain Dlggs drew no second. Friday's disturbance to plav politics at a
the might to be the peak was "
$ were literally over ran by prove time like this, he said.
xrxski out of
?Jf@til; r{i@ J 1i;: .: :: j mass of blacks. week In yield. 'See Page 4)) (See Poe 4)) requested.


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Parties Given Memorial DayObservance Cherry Tarts ,,.. ,

_= Qf&rvt&te&t to- _= For Miss Patterson Set ..''
Bride-elect By UDC Chapter .:

WOMENGladys / Miss Marilyn Patterson, W.T. Weeks chapter UDC.
I whose marriage to Kenneth Hart is sponsoring the annual Memorial
will be an event of April 30 ceremony honoring the h >,+tMERRY
Confederate Veterans at Crow
was at several parties
by Late Cemetery Confederate
In the past week. LIt
Mooty Society Editor 964-7608
Mrs. Elizabeth McLeod and on Sunday April 25,
at .
Mrs. Thelma Thornton gave a TARTS
Rev. W.B. of the First
bridal shower on April 9 for : 8 tarta

Miss Patterson at the Thorn- '1"1. ;, Baptist Church will be the 1 sifted enriched self- 1 package ((3 os.) cream
} ".' speaker. W.B. McKinney violinist cups
h' :, ton home on KIngsley Lake. r 'kt'..\ ..} \. will present appropriate rising flour cheese, softened
Guests assembled In tIle 1 tablespoon milk
Florida room where the gift selections Mrs. George Ro- I!yt cup shortening 1 can ((1 lb., 6 ox.) cherrypie
table was centered with a berts Sr. will place a wreathat 3 to 5 tablespoons' cold water filling
f 1 the monument In remembrance
and white shower um- of the veterans. Set out six 314-Inch tart pans and a baking sheet. Preheat oven
brella with floral accents. The is Invited to 4500. Into medium-sited mixing bowl measure flour. Cut In short
j public cordially -
Games were played after to ening until pieces are else of small peas. Sprinkle with water a
which the honoree opened her attend especially the little at a time, mixing lightly until dough begins to stick together.
rifts. The hostesses presentedher descendants of Confederate Onto lightly floured board or pastry cloth turn out dough and press
with a portable hand-mix- veterans. together loll out %-lnrh thick. Cut dough Into circle to fit tlut .
r IS i 'sN. er.' \: pans and fll gently Into puns. Reserve. pantry st-rapl. Trim edge,
Refreshments were served turn under and flme. With cookie cutter or sharp knife cut six cherry
during the hours. + shapes from remaining, pastry Place "ut.outa on baking sheet with
r r r 1 w party Joyce WainWrightHas fork prick cut-outs. and bottom and sides of tart shells to allow steam
to em-ape. Bake tart shells and cutouts 12 to 15 minute, or until
Birthday PartyJoyce
I"I lightly browned. Cool on wire rack. Meanwhile In small bowl blend
f i Misses Debra Prevatt and Bream cheese and milk until light and fluffy. Spread about 1 table
: Pam Perry gave a lingerie spoon cheese mixture. on bottom of each cooled tart shell. Top with
Wainwright celebratedher
\ .. D shower at the home of the 8th ,Cherry pie 'filling then garnish with cut-outs. Keep refrigerated;
birthday Saturday when
former N, Walnut until serving time
T on Street
ftI her mother Mrs.Edward Waln-
fww 1 'I .. last Friday night for Miss Pat- wrlght alf you don't sift and In the absence of other directions, spoon .
s terson. : gave a skating party flour directly from container I Into a one-cup dry measure level
Arrangements of English dogwood for tier and 18 girl friends at off then remove two level tableapoonfuls. according to I'SDArecommendations.

the Lawtey skating rink.
._ .. ..f graced the mantel and
--- -- '-- re I Mrs. Wainwright was assisted
freshment table. In serving refreshments at
. Secretaries HonoredIn ducted Miss Joyce Clerlcuzlo con- the rink by Mrs. W.F. Rouse .e.r swss
the games and prizes and Mrs. Gary Stephens.
were awarded.
honor of National Secretary during National Secretary and hostess at the Holiday Inn, Thirty guests were Invited to
Week beginning Sunday, Week businessmen and bosses and Lillian Pearson, Chamberof call between the appointed Beta Sigma Phi Stump'sDEPARTMENT A
April 18, Starke hosted a buf are urged to take their Commerce secretary. hours.
.luncheon Tuesday for the secretaries to lunch. To Meet MondayBeta

secretaries of Starke.Mre. Participating In the luncheon Mrs. Norman- 'I ..
Redding Sr.and
Tuesday honoring the secretaries
Margaret Miller assistant -
vice-president and of Starke during National Mrs. Norman Redding Jr. entertained Sigma Phi Sorority; will
cashier at tile Community State Secretary Week were above at a bridal showerat This Spring green bonded meet Monday. April 26, at 7:30:
Bank of Starke, was the guest Sharon Bennett, Margaret Miller the home of the former on acetate and nylon knit p.m. in the home of Mrs. Ru- STORE"a.
'' W.S. Glover Blalndlng Street Saturday night modeled dolph Hutcheson, 932 Ralford i
speaker. Title of talk_. Am- guest speaker; for Miss pant suit was by
bition". manager of the Holiday New Arrivals Patterson. Gloria Crews in the recent Road.
were played during New officers of the
W.S. Glover at Inn Brown
manager the ; Margaret secretary the party hours and Spring Fashion Show. The SALENOW
prizes a- will be installed at this time.
Holiday Inn. the welcome
warded. outfit Is from Carp's. Following the meeting the
address to the 34 secretaries
attending the .....cheon.To Hospital AuxiliaryHospital Mr. and Mrs. John Whelchel The refreshment table was members will attend the LI- A d ff
covered with a lace cloth: Annual Art Show
over brary's at
honor their secretaries '>f Sanford announce the 4-tA
Auxiliary members a son John Davis born lavender Unenand centered with St Mark's Day the Bradford County Public LI- ;;

Little: Women will have their general meeting. April 19. Maternal grandparents a lavender arrangement of brary.
To Be Obserwd
larkspur and
pompoms. Miss ,
Installation of officers and covered are Mr. and Mrs. T.H.
Elect Officers dish supper on Monday. Slade of Starke. Christie Redding presided at
the OES NoticeThe
punch bowl.
April 26, at 7 sun. In the PLAYTEX-
For New
Year Methodist Fellowship' Hall. The hostesses presented the St. Mark's Episcopal Church
Bradford County Hospital announces honoree with a Corning Ware will observe St, Mark's Dayon
Miss Linda Haas, vice-pre- the following births: loaf pan as a memento of the Sunday April 25. Eastern Star will havea 18 HOUR'a
sident, conducted the Little WO- occasion. Service at 11 o'clock will Include covered dish supper Satur- "
men's Club meeting recently' WSCS MeetingSet Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fred Mrs. R.E. Patterson, mother Holy Baptism and morn- day night at 7 p.m. at the Ma- BRAS & GIRDLES / '

la the absence of the) president, For DaytonaThe 'ITrowell, Lake City; a son,John of the honoree was among the ing prayer. A covered dish sonic Hall. Masons and their i / '
Miss Robyn Warren. Glenn, April 12. uests at all three parties. dinner and special program will families are Invited to attend. .hin.d.wfhep.s.nt 'I r -/.I. r'e.-dusi.fl.rt/tr.tehblrb
--Member) voted to donate a follow Immediately after the Hit,mtn i and MmtortiM*. .' t
dollar tor each member to the annual meeting of the) Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Merrill service In the Parish (House. ,
Lucille LanD fund. Preliminary Florida Conference Women's Jones Brooker a daughter All friends of St. Mark's par l /
plans were made tor the Society; of Christian Service Sheri Michelle. April 12. ish are Invited to Join In cele- celebrated Mr. and Mrs.their JG 48th Caldwell O BRAS. SAVE 1.01 l : ''
annual swimming party to be and Wesleyan Service)Guild will brating this day of fellowship. wedding
held Jane :3. be held at the Hotel Plaza. Mr. and Mrs. Charles James anniversary Sunday with a family A._Solf-odlu.tabr.|. curs In a unlqvafra.f .r.', !'(, t'

,An election of officers was Daytona Beach April 2425. Schaefer Jr., Cltra a daughter their dinner son-in-law party at and the home of ....ltabto Yhtw.Iht.Io.Ac...._h strap.*,Mnooth. profit. S't! ,. r 1'
held and the following members Registration 8 a.m. the 24tti-; Karen Marie April 13. Duplicate Bridge daughter. __SANDEAUteg i d
Judge and Mrs. T.A. Yawn. .
were) elected to serve meeting begins at 10 a.m. and t t1 5.00.N..r$ AWhd..a
during the 1971-72 club: year; will close the 25th at 12:30 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Mr. and Mrs. John Musso- A.S.C((0 aipt$I-)
president. Miss Becky Jackson Bowen, Starke a daughter Dana line were the winning coupleat Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal attended -
; vice-president. Miss Ca- pjn.Theme: "What Does God Require Latlsha. April 14. Duplicate Bridge Tuesday the Art Festival at Cedar J
rol Bloodwodtu, corresponding. of Me?" night when the club met at Key Sunday.Mr. QGIRDLES..SAVE2.01 >.
Miss Helen Jane JoeephvYeakel. Mrs. Walter ; the Pratt Street Recreation v
secretary. The Rev Mr. and Wayne 4l .b? ''%
B.Mnrtto l =
Long recording secretary. Board of Susanne Center. John Watson .... "pwbtt. panty C'd b..d. + .
Evangelism of the Sapp, Starke a daughter and Mrs. h. .rhsd 10... row c.-.4-.d ;
Miss Barbara ValinsUj trea United Methodist Church will be April 15. j Mrs. Mabel Oster and Miss DI are attending the Guardian Sh..h.-. .,.sl095'NmU.MAvwoa. _.. M hNb-LLNIO N...... .,...dI. .H.,.......
surer. Ws Vicki Turner. the Inspirational speaker. Mrs. Norma Canova were second; Life Insurance convention at long U.Ug Panty Parity-*." 11293" III.99 NCW110.M Mwtt A i;.d b,.:Eu.r.;.::: .
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Kathleen Goethe of East Mrs. L.D. Vinlng
was In Atlanta
Palatka spent Thursday to over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk
Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. were In Atlanta last week attending .
Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Yan-
Herbert Thomas.Mr. the Cincinnati Reds and l _
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and Mrs. M.M. McRae
visited her father, Audrey Hum Mr. and Mrs. Ralph DIggs Miss Annetta Flynn of Atlanta ...
mel In Val rico over the week- and daughter, Carol, spent the spent the weekend with CUB CADET Tractor
end.Dr. weekend at Daytona Beach. John her parents.Flynn. Rev. and Mrs.

, and Mrs. L.Il. Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson
were In Altamont Springs Sun- spent last week at Kings Moun- Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bruce k"
day visiting Rev. and Mrs. L. tain, N.C. of Enterprise were visiting Mr. ,
D. Halnes. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp over the

Jimmy Thornton, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early weekend. { ITS THAT TIME
and Mrs. Elbert E. Thorntonof have had as guests during the Mrs. Robert Taylor of Ral-
KIngsley Lake, Is on the past week, Mr. and Mrs.James ford visited her sister, Mrs. .
Dean's list at FSU for the Holmes and daughter Mr. and Tullle Norman on Sunday
winter quarter lie attainedan Mrs. Amos Sanford and daugh-
average of 4.0 while carry- ter of Anna, ill. Rev. and Mrs. Coleman Pad- 1 GRIN
Ing 19 hours. He spent the gett of Gainesville were Sun- ,r
weekend with his parents and day dinner guests of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Parrish
will go on to Miami where he Jr. of Atlanta and Mrs. Par- Mrs. Rudolph Sapp ):1
will Join ten of his fellow rish Sr. of Durham, N.C. will
students for participation In be weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Anna Margaret Moots DRAMATIC- striking hostess ensemble Is concocted OREAT ;j)
the International Council for Mrs. Merritt Williams. and Mrs. Dorothy Teets of Kis- from a potpourri of spring cottons. The flower-spl.ishcd THE
Exceptional children to be held: simmee are Tuesday to Thurs- skirt Is fashioned from Loomskill's double woven cotton
at the Fountalnebleu Hotel April Mr. and Mrs. M.H. Sheppard day guests of Mrs. Nelson embossed for a quilted look. A long-sleeved blouse and __ .
20-24.Jimmy Is In theNiastars of Brunswick, Ga. will spendthe Green. contrasting sash are In a sheer cotton by William Lind, - .I.,. -
The outfit Is made from McCall's Pattern 2196
Degree Interrelated Pro-,, weekend with Mrs. Kate
gram of Special Education at Sheppard and will attend the Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathewsand
FSU. First Baptist Church Home- family of Maitland, Mr. MOWER
coming. and Mrs. E.T. Breazeal of High Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Good- Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow L.
Wayne McLeod, son of Mr. Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Ben man and daughter, Janel, will Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. JoeS
and Mrs. H.A. McLeod, Is on Mrs.John Sanders,Mrs.S.W. Cheatam of Alabama and Mr return this weekend after ten Starling visited their child- - -
the Dean's List at U. of F. Hamilton, Mrs. M.A. Baldwin and Mrs. Albert Whisler of days visit with their eld- ren, Mr. and Mrs. Frank L.
for the winter quarter. He U Jr. and Mrs. R.A. Green Sr. Keystone Heights were Sunday est daughter, Harriet, in Starling and daughter, Shelleyand
at present Interning at Brad- attended the FFWC conventionat visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chicago, Ill. and with Dr. and Rev, and Mrs. Roman M.
ford Middle School. the Robert Myer Hotel Mon- Mathews. Mrs. Harold Kish In Murray Alvarez and sons In Arlington GVE
day to Thursday. Ky. Texas from Thursday to
Buzzy Costello Is on an extended Mrs. Jack Carter and son Tuesday.Mr. .
motorcycle tour. He will Mr. and Mrs. M.R. Adkinaon of Lake City have spent the Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson
visit friends Brevard CollegeIn of Sudbury, Ontario, Canada past two weeks with her par- were in Savannah, Ga. Sunday and Mrs. E.L. Matthews - - -
North Carolina and friends were weekend guests of Mr.and ents, Mr. and Mrs. A.G Lou- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Law- returned Saturday from aweek's
and relatives In CharlestonW. Mrs. J.G. Caldwell. The Cald- don Jr. while Mr. Carter is rence Smith. vacation in Merida, Yu-
wells also had as Sunday guests attending the A.T.&T training catan, Mexico where they visited -
Va., York, Pa., Wheaton, Away
Mrs. Mark Mack and ,Tom, in the Mayan ruins at Chicen-
Md. and Boston, Mass. He also of Lake City. son Fargo, N.D. Mrs. John Myers will return Itza, Uxmal, and Kabah. They
this weekend after two weeks
plans to spent time sightseeing
also spent two days on the Islesof
In the Smoky Mountains, Mr. and Mrs. P.B. Masseyof visit with her mother, Mrs. Cozumel
in the CaribbeanSea
Washington, D.C. and New York Mrs. Edward Bums Mrs. Columbus, Ga. were week- Florence Brooks, in Overland -
J.E. Wilson and Mrs. W.F. end guests of Sen. and Mrs. off Yucatan. They were -
City. Oster were brunch and dinner Charley Johns. Park, Kas. accompanied on the trip by
guests of Mrs. Martha Mooreon Mr. Matthews' sister, Mrs. H. I
Lou DeSable of Boston Mass. Sunday at the Villa Con- Mr. and Mrs.Dave Paulk were Mr. and Mrs. Wi(. Richardson B. McLendon, of Orlando. /
was a recent of Mr. and
were In Sarasota on bus-
tinental apartments In Orange hosts at the Underhill
Mrs. Bill Costello and family. Park. reunion and iness last Thursday and Friday Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. <
He Is active with the Christian birthday dinner Louise Kite attended the Hos- ,
Tuesday at their
Youth night homeon In
movement, 'YoungLUe' pital Auxiliary seminar St.
Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whlffen Crosby Lake for Mrs. Mar-
in the Boston area, lecturing grandson Monday.
Mrs. Mae Jones and Augustine
North Cen-
the gie Underhill her
are attending on 84th birth-
in high schools and colleges, of Jackson- FREE
tral Optometric Society meeting day. The occaslonalsocelebra- Mike Jones,
and helping to organize new ville visited Mrs. W.E. Mid- Mr. and Mrs. E.W, Hayes
In Gainesville today, ted the birthdays ofMrs.Paulk,
"Young Life" groups. He has dleton Saturday. attended the wedding of Miss
and Mr. and Jack
Mrs. Ed-
studied with this organizationin Gall Ward to Ernest: Robert wMosiER
Europe as well as the United wards whose birthdays also fall Local admittances to Bradford Peacock In Lake Butler Satur-
Mr. and Mrs. George Sapp In April.
States and had Just com- afternoon
of Jacksonville spent the week- County Hospital this week day
pleted a work-study project In end at their cottage on Kings- include: Mrs. Louise Monroe,
Georgia before visiting here. and Mrs. L.N. Pickering
ley Lake. J.O. Winters Jr. of Oklahoma Waldo; Mrs. Ida Moody and Mr. -
City, Okla. spent Saturday to Karin Shaw, Lake Butler; Ben- were in Lakeland Thurs-
Mike with his mother Mrs. jamin L. Akerley, Lake Geneva day to Monday visiting Dr. and
Mrs. Smith of Gaines- Mrs. Walla Lipsey is a patient Tuesday ,
ville visited Mr. and Mrs.X.M. in Alachua General Hos- Winters Sr, and Dr. and Mrs. ; Royce Shaw, Lulu; Levi! Mrs. M.J. Pickering.
Smith on Saturday. pital. H.G. Bellinger.A Rhoden, Hampton; Neal Mc
Malcolm Pownall Jr. of Col-
Veigh, Keystone Heights; Mrs.
"- Mary Wooten, Ralford; WilliamA. gate University, Hamilton,N.Y. THATS RIGHT! YOU GET A FREE INTERNATIONAL ROTARY
Ricks, Roger Rowe Jr., Julia spent Saturday to Tuesday with
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Joseph Bedford, Mrs.June
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Man- a crystal bowl at one end of TRACTOR
e ning spent the Easter holidaysin Die table while cake squares
II Dade City visiting their decorated with yellow roses
\ daughter and son-in-law, Mr. were served from a silver trayon
$100 \ and Mrs. Frank Ingram.Mr. the other end. Dishes of 6 NEW MODELS
and Mrs. Ray Bell and yellow mints and nuts were
family from Lake Butler spent also on tile table. The guests I
enjoyed playing and talk- 1 7 horsepower inndi( '
Easter Sunday with Mr. and games 73
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Chicken. Mrs. Leonard Booth and chil- Ing with each other. Hostesses all Rear transnn .' I i in r

tu 1-.e dren, Teresa and Johnny. for the evening were: Mrs. I
fixyln g1\en O,1 Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks and Paul Archer, Mrs.Tommy Cox, I 106 10 horsepower mu f.-.
\ ...1 oj 25 On B tic ken --__ sons Larry and Plenty; took a Mrs. J.V. Edwards Jr., Mrs. I all-gear tran m''-o'.n,
---'_--- trip to West F la. and Alabamathe Jim I Finch, Mrs. Guy Harrell,
Otter Good pt2\\ Tbr-------- week of April 4 April 10. Mrs. William Harrell, Mrs. 107 10 horsepower mod"I
---r-- There they visited relatives: W.ll. hicks and Mrs. Leroy I // hydrostatic trinstill' u",

,---- Now thru April 25 Mr. and Mrs. Naman Hollo- Stokes. 12 horsepower model,
in Ft. Walton Beach Mr 126 1
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with every purchase of a family bucket, or barrelof and Mrs. P.O. Hicks and fam- The Junior Choir thrilled our all-gear transmission
ily Mr. and Mrs. James Dickers hearts at the Brooker Baptist
Kentucky Fried Chicken
accompanied by this 12 horsepower modelhydrostatic ,
coupon Church Easter
and family, and Mrs. Eunice Sunday singing v 127
we'll give you a whole dollaroff Rosier, all in Andalusla, "Happiness Is tile Lord". This transmission
Ala. Also they) visited Mrs. choir has only been meeting for n 14 hor
the price! Spivey (Grand Ma) in Troy, about a month. This was their 147 epowmodel.
Ala. first time singing and they .- hydrostatic transmission7&P I
Mrs.. William Harrell and sang beautifully The Junior f rLii-
brother, Jimmy llagar, went to Choir meets each Tuesday afternoon -
Ft. Campbell, Ky.Easter week- at 4 p.m. Workers and I
end to visit William Harrell. leaders of this choir are: Mrs. I I y ,I Ih
William is In National l.nard Stanley Green, Pebble Doug
training there. las, Lane Temple Patsy Id-
The Bucket Miss Janlne WIlllnKham cele- wards and Charlene Melvin h
y brated her ninth birthday Mon- (Our heartfelt sympathy goes
15 pieces of chicken, day, April 12, with a party. out to the families of Mrs.
Ten friends enjoyed this celebration Mattie Sowells and Reddish! Andrews -
I cracklin' gravy, with Janlne Birthday during their recent sor-
hot biscuits. cake and kool-ald were servedto row.
the guests by Janine's mother Remember our sick in your DOLLAR TRIIDC
,Y i Mrs. Guy; Wlillngham,and prayers: Rev. James I.. Tem-
\\n sWM// ple, Mrs. Francis Booth
her grandmother, Mrs. \ldel Mrs.
The Barrel Smith. Mildred Green and Mrs, Ruby FOR YOUR OLD MOWERLow . . .

,. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Kicks and Hayes.
\ JJT 21 piecesof family spent last weekend In
/ tender Apopka with Mrs. Hick's par- I i1N PAyfENT' III
tasty, ents, Mr. and Mrs.Buddy Russ. .
spicy chicken. Congratulations! To Mr. and
W Wrff' Mrs. Sonny Jones on the birth My Neighbors
of a daughter Sheri Michelle
hdtfiif k born Monday. April 12 at Brad- V EAsy erDG T TERMS
ford County Hospital. Sheri ii
weighed in at 8 Ibs 6 ozs.

TEAR OUT DOTTED PORTION ABOVE AND PRESENT Maternal and Mrs.grandparents Bill lanes( of are Hrooher. Mr.-

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elect of David McLean
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white motif. The
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ment drew loud applause from Ben Moxley spoke In favorof HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Franc ... fee .Urge audience. Dlggs, saying: Cuey had Lovell Fund MEETS TIIURSDAY
It was at that point that Chair hired the principal to hold the '
man Hall made nil strongest line and that Dlggs had done The Bradford County; Historical
(From P.r. }1)) appeal tor an orderly; meet the Job "In spite of the help At $11,181A Society will meet tonight
Im(. He said >persons getting b.'. had." ( 7:30 In the Starke
Chili-nun Rodney Ball tried out of order would be dismissed "We feel Diggs Is the man library. There wHl be an election :-
to give the gavel to Sawyer by the Sheriffs De ar1Dlent., we want to educate our kids" fish fry and Softball gameIs of officers and 'plans will
or Lawson to second Thompson's Why was Casey In 'Tallahassee MoxIe said. He appealed to dt.a scheduled for Saturday at be made for a field trip to the
modon but both refused\ Friday when- the disturbance the school board members to r the Starke Recreation Depart- Fort Harllee site on Sunday,
take the chair. take heed. r ment, with all proceeds goingto ,
to : broke out another questioner Mav 2. All members and prospective -
In speech: after the vote, asked Stating that deserved Thelma Thornton BHS teacher a i the Lucille Lovell fund. members
are to
of Bradford said too people were e rr Fish will be served from
Dlgg Mid the people an answer, Casey went many attend. '
County are top as far to a blow by blow account of hopping on the anti-Casey and 5:30. to 7 with plates beinga
as he's concerned.: : He compllmanted Ms activities Friday.He antt-Dlggs band wagon. The dollar each. After the fish
Francis on his appointment. said he checked with administrators reason the parents don't know fry three Softball games are
and Invited him to teachers and the problems at BHS Is that J scheduled. MERLE\
,BHS any day of tile remaining students' as he does most every they've been "swept under the --, 1" or; Donations will be collectedat URNITURE
school term.Dlggs day. They told him there was rug because: the principal Is Jl. the games.
pledged his support to tension In the school, Casey vitally Interested In runningfor h The Lucille Lovell Fund now .
TOsT Quality Home Furnishings
finish out the present school: said but no worse than on superintendent. TV REAP stands $11,181.60..
year. H. asked "100 par> cent: many other days during the BHS Bandmaster Dean Cas- AI fl ..- Custom, Draperiew
cooperation: of the people. school year. sels spoke in LHggs' favor 18.pis Carpeting
"1 hope> you can: live with DI however that he saying the principal understands It', discouraging to think Interiors by Victor
your decision as easily as I told Caa.yythat he CDiggs)would I his program and has that the professional drawerof J800 Park Ave. Orange Park
can with mine Dims told be "very foolish to tell you assisted him greatly. Many arrow on map
Casey and the kard./ le said the fort could be held down principals do not understand can look back on 30. yean/ of 264-9331 IffIf
he respected all of them for although we'll be out there try- band's problems, Camels said. steady employment./
C.C. Anderson former RJE
their stands."I'll Ing. ... .. ..... .
be there at 7 ajn. In Casey said he made the trip High principal: and now an assistant I I .," '
the morning ready to go to to get advice about the BUS to Casey said that no a., .A.S." 'WIII",:, !Mp h Me?
work," Digs told CUe). situation from the State Department school In the county has gone :' ., ; !.. ".. ... .. ..... ..,.. .. ...., .. .
Before the meeting concluded : of Education. He felt without total support of the

the board went on recordas the trip could not be delayed board and superintendent. He r.AKl A't.. .:O,1.t.. \; iTHt1E. ,aARGAIN. : I
unanimously supporting) further, he said. said "your law enforcement
Francis: as principal> of BHS. Hall called halt to the questioning officers could stop It." Anderson .' ;
It was a stormy session at of Casey saying: said the ring leaders of $ toO.1 ,(II)o..QFf,1 : u.Q Jr, ,
first with parent after parent "This Is extremely serious.We the disturbance Friday were nMA- '
getting up to make emotional can't go Into personalities. gathered up and questioned by risrtnswss iMsob / 1/M ..t .se,r'PceOf';,: : i'PorfabfeZrgZag' : ,
talks. Most were concerned: What we feel Is Irrelevant" the administration. lhfHtleRltirattiEattsitttlpewee: +sn+ :
about the safety of their children : At that point Casey made I his Frank Jarvis said that"since. .
when school reopened recommendations. They Included : Brother Diggs has been here" w y. Any Portable' Straight; SHtcr.)(; 1/2, PRICE
Wednesday morning.Some criticized the re-appointment of Len- that "no cat houses" operate ;; .. ..a' .
school officials for allowing nard Register, Hampton Elementary : near BHS, students aren't foundat Tour- Choice h Of Any Of.TThe Fjilloine ,
the disturbance to hap- principal and Carl Sampson Lake and do not
pen. Clark, assistant principal at spend time at the Jiffy Store Mr. and Mrs J. E. Milligan receive improvement award for Dixie Motel refurnishing.cent Name Brands f .

SupC Casey and Chairman BHS;, on an annual contract be- across from BUS.
Hall repeatedly stated that Phil Vallenga, assistant Julian McRae said both the / 1
every precaution had been tak- >principal> : at the middle school county and city; Judge can prove
en''to see that school opened and MUlard Brown evening Juvenile delinquency has been of the people present Tues- that no Immunity be grantedany -A rumor phone number 964- NE.cCltI. UNIVERSAL AND'
safely. trades coordinator at the vo- cut down 50 per cent under day have never visited BUS. student for his actions Friday 6800 was established for par- I ME-LCO WHITE OTHERS
"Nothing can give absolute tech center, were recommended Diggs. He said the county; should "The entire community; is ents or concerned citizens to
assurance: ," Casey said, "But ed appointment on a continuing have an appointed superintendent. operating off rumors," Smith The BUS staff was instructed call to determine the facts a- Trade Ins Accepted) n Any Console
we've taken precautions to give contract basis. said.A to begin gathering names bout anything they hear.
you reasonable assurance that A statement at the bottomof Bill Costello DCT coordinator Gainesville High group who of those guilty; of Inciting the -Students will be given an (jr, .')e.sjii, ''I prIce
school can open In safety." Casey's letter of recom-: at BIIS said "In my 0- visited BUS to advise them on riots. Guilty; students will be Information sheet Informingthem INDUSTRIAL MACHINES AVAILABLE
(See other article In this Issue mendations stated that Ralph pinion. I don't think Dlggs has procedure following a racial suspended or expelled, or sub- of all changes.
for list of precautions.) Dlggs was not recommended the leadership to head BHS." disturbance said the major jected to criminal action should Also PlJfl' NI.-W. Home Conse
Richard Roberts vicepresident problem "was trying to Walter Tippy says then art :
Casey and Hall then openedthe for re-appointment. appease offenses warrant.An .
floor for questions, and Casey asked that personal of the Bits student body, parents," Smith said. entirely too many snoops ready IH\i\is: i; < 'o<; .
they came hot and heavy. prejudices be "taken out some said that at least half of the The vo-ag Instructor gave investigation Is being made to spread derogatory information .
"Why didn't you plan on It," place besides on our children. black's grievances should have two examples of actions at BUS Into the Friday outburst, Supt. about individual; they include
asked Robert Dobbs In an .- "I'm up for re-election: next been taken care of at least to which he was subjected. His Casey said Tuesday night. But / the government, .credit ONL 431 148
motion choked voice. His child year," the superintendent said two years ago. classes were turned over to school authorities Wednesday organization and wives.
was dismissed from school and "If you feel we need a change David Hurse, BHS athletic] a fellow one day while he was had suspended no one since the
lives nine miles from town, for Cod's sake please take director and football coach, said Instructed to take the princi- Friday disturbance. r
he said. that chance to make it." Diggs "Is the poorest dI.clpIlnarlan" pal's horse to Gainesville for It Is parents which most con- TIRES K M K
". and I'll tell you one of any of the six treatment by a veterinarian. the Bradford Sheriffs Department ,
thing. I don't particularly like At that point the meeting different principals he's worked A student using most abusive Chief Deputy Dolph IUNIRDYALIf OYALUNIROYAL UNIROYALja i ;
the way you've run BHS since turned Into a speech making under. "For good educational language In Ms class Smith Reddish said Tuesday.
you've been there" Dobbs fleet for the pro-Diggs, anti- atmosphere you're goingto said was kept In the office
Casey, or vice-versa contin have good dlscipllne/'Hurse only part of two days before Deputy; Reddish discussed the
state' gents.v said. being allowed to return to class. problem with the school board You AreLooking For A Man Who
Lack of Four students called
Is the basic were to
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reason for Friday's disturbance the office to verify his statement -
I 1 I Hurse said. BUS does about the case, Smith Monday afternoon. Tuesday the Really Knows Tires-Look BIEffll
(\ :z have a system of discipline added. following policies were adoptedby .
.. I he said "but It depends on who the School Board for the

1 I' II II you Terry are. .Brown." a Junior at duration-Damages of the will crisis be :assessed For ThIS New Sign InlmBjflYflf

BHS said the school has no at the proper time.Unauthorized :
1 discipline. adults on the
I Rev. John Strickland pastorof BHS. Bits campus will be subjectto
1 the Pine Level Baptist arrest.
I Church said he worked on the (From Page 1)) -Students who cause or tend
I dress code which was thrown .( to cause disturbances: or prob.
i I out. He warned then of disciplinary situation and to make plans lems, will. be suspended Im- .
actions he said. for mediately.All
preventive measures.It .
I activities will be closely New Breed ofTIGER
was the opinion of the supervised.
Our Garden
Shop ; Len Register president of majority; of the BUS faculty; -Cars will be banned from
the BHS student body said Monday that students who Instigated the campus for the remainderof
i BHS has the poorest school the outburst be the week.
And Nursey Values ; discipline of any high schoolhe ished for any wrong doing.Act- -Parents are asked to cooperate e
has .
Ing on that, the School Board with city; and county;
Smith. BHS agriculture Monday afternoon, on a mo- officials In policing the entire
Then Be Content A: Instructor, said that 99 per tion by Charles Sawyer voted Bits campus.


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UNIRov"L nuq' "inn nut "I puuu' ,1 hzr; der ;
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ii I itlndly: prdrr, i''UI' nhxrp 1;( III Ihi. runt rend I eur" III .'
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1 I 3 BIP Awards ;,"

REG. $5.95 i

1 0 W '-r* Go To 4-PLY 800 :

PLANTS AND 1frTh1 .'

1 I 11/32" TREAD DEPTH ::
VERY Bradford Improvement BIP Committee Chairman: Marc Bullington Studio exterior STYLING ;
NEXT SEASON : Awards were given local businesses Jackson said much redecora- painting. DEPENDABLE LOW-
I, 1 CLEAN Monday for Improvements ting Is going on In the county Offices of Dr. Pete C. Fe- COSTIILEG": 95 '
EASY FERTILIZE ALL. II recognized: by the Chamber this spring. The Chamber will los, exterior painting.
I 1 II of Commerce during the be able to give multiple awards Simpson' Bicycle '& Hobby $1 15
I I TO USEPELLETS ACID, LOVING month of March. for the next several months Shop, exterior painting.
'Te 1 1N Reclpl.ntsDevrlck are: Jackson says. Office of the Florida State /fi5 PLANTS NOW Inc., formerly D&W "It appears people are real- Telephone Co., exterior paint Plus FP<|. Ex. Tax of Jl.T'i'\ ',
; 1 For Lawn Auto Supply, located at Call ly taking an Interest In dressIng ing. and unmnth tile, off your inr. ,,
: up our city and Mllner's Uniroyal Tires, exterior -
50 lb. $3.49 and Cherry Streets for a new ; county, ."'
Garden & building and landscaping. Denver says Chamber Manager John painting and clean up. ,
: .
251b.2.39 I R, Derrick Is the owner. Myers.In Ruaa Tavern exterior painting .All m wth tmt. r.". T.. and l .:"
5015. $3.39: Plans 10 lb. 1.49 -Dixie Motel, owned by J.E. addition to the improve- and clean up. ynur rar. .
: 25 Ib. 2.39 5 Illd .89 I Milligan, for a completely redecorated ment awards, the Chamber' Bradford Furniture Co., exterior 4
exterior Including DIP committee also] for March painting. I
new sign, new unbrellas and "recognlzas by honorably men Badcock Furniture exterior ,
I FLORIDA PESTCONTROL lawn furniture and a new patio tioning those bu.lD.i.A and painting.
i facing North Temple Ave. professional members of our Southern Discount, repaintingof
1 -Florida Theatre owned by community who have made im- sign. CASH CARRY TIRE
Robert Barksdale. for repainting provements to their premisesor Craft's Used Auto Parts e- ;
the building and erecting places of business that are action of fence.Thornton's .
1 shutters on marquee windows noteworthy from the standpointof '& Son Salvage,
& 'Cte.Sacal c.. %3 k.CaI serest facing Walnut. and Call Streets. cleaning up, painting and erection of fence. 412 E. Call St. I ante Phone 9645800r f

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Joint Operation Set For Raiford Land Fill Earn 3 UF Perfect Students 4.0

..IiI. Three undergraduates from
Bradford County; attt ded the
I Joint operation Of a sanitary lie said the project has been among the commissioners that Owens-nilnolsGlass Co. The Commission last month. Th wick said.Roberts. tween the brlage at the State University; of Florida this put
landfill on SR-229 near Balford approved by the State Air and site first developed as a volun- site was !knee deep in cans and said all counties are Prison and ,:.. June Ion with winter term and made the
has been agreed upon by com-: Water Pollution Board. the new facility is needed. Residents tary dump which has been garbage which created an eye- facing problems on the dispo- the Santa Fe River. "Presldent'sllonor Roll."
mlttees from (tie Bradford and Howard said Union will be of the Ralford area in .cleaned up by the timber company sore and a health menace. sal of solid wastes because Crlffls said level of tile These three students, along
Union County Commissions.' able to fulfill its part of the Union County and the White- before it was turned over i Bryan and Roberts for Brad- state health agencies are river fluctuates a great dealto with the SS4 other studentson
The agreement which still agreement using equipment recently head union of Bradford County to Bradford County; ford and Grlffls and Brown for declaring! that present-day landfills the detriment of fishing and the roll, carry a perfect
,jnust be anorofvcd bv both cahn- acquired under its mos- will be the main users of the Union said they recommend approval or dumps are unsanitaryand that it could be stabilized witha 4.0 grade average(stl'alghtA's)
ty boards, may prove to hare quito control program. new" land fill to be located on Trawick praised the timber of the agreement to their cause pollulon from burn- series of low-level dams. and are full time students.
historic Significance. It marks There was quick agreement a five-acre'' tract leased from Inn's work to the Bradford respective board. They were ing. lie said It might be advantageous Roberta responded that the Martha Sanders Inman of
the first agreement reached confident the recommendations for Bradford and purpose could be achieved by Starke Is In her third year
between two counties, as far will draw approval. Union to work up a compre- simple means and suggestedthat in the College of Education.
as local officials remember, Apparently heartened by the hensive plan together. dams needed could be builtat Jas Leland Manchester of
since the 1921 rift which requited spirit of cooperation displayed, Bryan told of a firm shownat low cost.Grlffls Starke Is In his fourth yearin
In tile formation of Union w. Trawlck went a step further. a recent regional meetingan urged that the two the College of Arts and
County from the western Telling the Union commissioners oil waste disposal and sug- boards get together and work Science.
half of what then was Bradford about Bradford's study of a gested the film be shown both out a plan. Roberts pointedout Christian A. Presler of
County. ppuES countywide method of garbage- In Starke and Lake Butler. that easements would be Hampton is In his fourth yearIn
The tentative agreement to aura collection to replace the pre- Trawick said he will obtain required before the river couldbe the College of Education.
.operate the land fill which will sent day land fills. In the the film and that it might be widened or deepened.The .
be used by both Bradford and proposed method, studied by shown at a Joint meeting of matter was left on that Maxville
Union residents was reachedlat Trawick In Clayton County, Ala- Bradford and Union officials. note, but both Bradford and
Tuesday April) 13. bama, bins are placed throughout Shields said the film Is available Union officials were confident Truck Stop and
Participating! In the meeting the county; to' which residents upon request.At that many common problems RestaurantJ
were Bradford Commissioners / haul garbage, Insteadof this time, Griffis said could be solved or eased by
';George Roberts and Ralph Bryan b to a land fill. A county that in times gone by it would cooperative decision.An ManagementOpen
.' and Union Commissioners : ......: truck equipped to automatically have been difficult to get Brad- 2t Mrs, -njCXr
;'Gerald Grlffla and S.M. Brown, pick up the containers and empty ford and Union officials to work
who had been delegated by their them would haul the refuseto together, but that things have FBI inspector accuses a Daily'Ample f, CT3
; respective board to check Into a central land fill which Is changed and a new attitude critic of J. Edgar Hoover ot[ a Parking V-?*
\_the proposal. "oMv covered dally to a depth deeper exists. "presumptuous preposterousgrasp Visit Cnr Gift Shop
Bradford County Sanitarian { h1YHU 1111Denys than at present.Commissioner He then proposed the two for political power and Call 283-5IIf For Take Out
:Jack Trawick, Union Sanitarian Roberts sug- counties work together on a prestige Spiro Agnew must Jet. 301 & 228
: Glenn Howard and S. gested that possibly a multi- prpject designed to maintainthe have sneezed; alliteration is
.E. Shields, entomologist with county plan) be considered,Tra- level of New River be- contagious Maxville\ Florida tfFR '
:tile State Health Department,
also took part In the meeting.
Joint operation of the land
fill near Kalford was first sug- '
gested to the Bradford board & =- i
:by Trawlck who also contac- ...c_ ..'. -SEASON
;ted the Union board and set .' t
: up the Joint committee meet-
Trawick outlined the propo-
.sal last Tuesday. Bradford
;County would use it s equipment Devrick receive BIP award 'from Mark Jackson.
: to dig tile dump pit If
.Union County would use its
'machinery to cover the waste
deposits three times per week. SAl !

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!*, ('jirolyn) Cordially

I Caves! ,j Disturbances in the Reno a- Key Fuqua said.. Police responded conditioning equipment
L' Uepre--entative: Welcomes rea of Starke quieted down Monday the
and Tuesday nights, and by blocking off
I.. 1'h.GI 1-5812 You and Your city; and county; police were Reno section to incoming traffic I II I I I I I II I ti'- -
122 N.; D.I:: !St.= Family to Your ; preparing for trouble that might a tactic that has been used
Htirke; New Home develop when school resumed each night since and which Fu- Matching Cooling
W yesterday morning (Wednesday qua expects to continue as longas Coil n I
: April 21). tension remains high.A .
I: series of five small fires .
The State of Florida A full complement of 11 regu-
were started in the Reno area
officers 14
city; police auxiliary Sat-
It Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and officers, and four de- were deliberately started
_' uties from the Bradford Sheriffs urday. City firemen, Including
'I'u, Aquaint You With Your City.
volunteers, responded quicklyto
i / Office have put in many
extra hours of duty since trou- douse the blazes before they .. ,, n
I; If Jim lire new in the area a phone J.; ble first broke out In Reno could really get started. No z 1
I i Friday following the racial disturbances serious damage resulted Fuqua I 'I o $rIllllll
; call \\ilL bring ><>u a' prompt visit : at Bradford High said.
: School. One fire was a picket fence A
from jour local. : ) hii'-iess. 1'1a"e'e: j: When black students left BUS adjacent to Starling's Groceryon llhl rA
: school was dismissed during! Brownlee Street. Another VIII
::: her a call She has maps and many disturbance was started In a white resi- 111 Il lllllllllp//' I
i Friday's they went M
dent's (Luther Powell)garage. NIIIC/II/ MlIlia
: directly to the Reno area and
free and) wonderful Kifl" for you i began throwing rocks and shout- Sunday night the police were utln s y //y 1
from local businesses.! V Ing abuse at passing cars on fired upon with shotguns using -

..::....-.....-...............un... .n____n....................n_ __n______. __ Brownlee Street. Police Chief blrdshot as they attemptedto Police
erect road blocks.
responded with a house to house
search on Brownlee Street but \
Model 38G0002 ht'
uncovered nothing but some

shotgun Monday shells.afternoon police t'' lt f 1n 1 ri h,1\Ul, )l

Pre-Opening .R moved in early, at 4 p.m.,
and set up the road blocks for
incoming traffic to )Hcno. Early
placement of the road blocks With exclusive round BTU Air
averted possible confrontationsthen design 24,000 Conditioningadded

and Tuesday, Chief Fuqua -
SPECIAL said. to your present warm air system.
Most serious Incident occured
Monday night early when a Negro ; -

COUNTRY MUSIC PARKLAWTEY was driving shot by what a pick appeared up truck to Installation, tubing and thermostat

be a white man The truck $ 0 0
was punctured by the gunshots, not included. 39 0
FLA. 7 MILES NORTH OF STARKE OJTU.S. 301 HIGHWAY but the driver was not hit.
The Sheriffs Department Is

The Southeast's Only Country Music Park occurred Investigating near Die,the Incident railroad which west Rated in accordance with ARI Standard 21064

of the Reno section.

FRIDAY APRIL 23 8:00 P.M. Street Many have cars been using hit Brownlee by rocksin / .

the past five days, Sheriff .
I'.l D. Reddish/ said Tuesday.
Hut only five routine arrests :
have been made, for such S .
;:.f. _.- ,. ...
charges: ascarrying concealed o .w. -. ..
AND 8:00 P.M r .
weapon[ and drunkeness. ,
Chief: Fuqua said Tuesday his
Music For latest Information Is that most t. .
Blue Grass And ,
Gospel or the city disturbances have rl 1 t r .
been caused by local persons. '' 10
Outsiders have told local
Family EntertainmentIN blacks, I I'uquj said Dial, unless T 1
they join In the black vl ?1..1 t
PERSON. power movement the outsiderswill
he burned oul.

STARS OF RECORDS, RADIO AND TV KEN CLARK'S and The his police staff chief arc also/gelling: said fed lie Here is what you get: $

BLUE GRASS up with the harnissment from
BTU Furnace
some local businessmen and a 80,000

DON O'NIEL JOHNNY THOMPSON DIXIE RAMBLERS- segment I"okloror/: of trouble.whites on (tic, prod 38GC Carrier 24,000 BTU air cond. 249

BIRCH FAMILY PLUS MANY MORE! "We're pressured and /gelling Heat and cooling thermostat
fed up with II," I aqua said
'lucKday. I'ulicc lire finding It e Seven air supply ducts
NON-PROFESSIONALS WELCOME. difficult to dual effectively with
e One return air duct
the black: disturbances' and at
AUDITION 6 P. M. FRIDAY BEFORE SHOW Die same time pacify a segmentof : All labor and materials
white citizens who more
Entertainment action taken. I I
Good Clean Country Music Completely
"We're trying lo avoid violence FOR FULL njLivmi

In The Old Barn. pushed, hut the chief we're said. getting DETAILS ... ... .. ....... .. -
A danger spot exists I Fuqua< 'Installed
says In the' I United' While People -
.- ADMISSION THIS WEEK ONLY. of America: group: which
Monday nuhl; were gathered at
Mitchell's Drug More und soliciting CONVENIENT BANK FINANCING
ADULTS $1.00 PLUS TAX CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREL memberships. hero

hO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES wore :SO; or 00/ persons In tile
armed, the. /police: chief said.
Y'all Come For An Of Fun Kmcixoncy: duty fur police _
Evening officers will continue: throughout : -
the wuok md until everything -
quiets down Fuqua says ]
REST ROOM FACILITIES CONCESSION STAND OPEN 'I"lie II regular: .police officers, 332 W. M .DISON DIAL 964-7701 r
SERVING: fur InNkincu, are on round Uio welcome here
clock wllli,
duly three at the
HOT AND COLD SANDWICHES, POP CORN, CAY:; COLD( Umu bvli,,; lolluved lo uleupwhon Starke, Florida
DRINKS FREE PARKING. the) HlliMllon |IN Iplll.t.

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Trackmen Third In I Raiders Nip


Florida Star GoBradford' h Bradford 3-2

; ::1, : : In DistrictA

track team took combined to break the conference fifth place) with a Jump of 19-4" '
third place In the 1971 Florida, record In the 880 relays, In the long\ Jump.Tim '
but were only\ second In the '
Star Conference Track and Clark .
was sixth In the :
running with a time of 1:31.6.
Field Meet held Tuesday in 220 yard dash In 23.7.

Palatka. Jimmy Andrews was high "The track team is to be r .ar.ti
Falatfca won the meet as expected Tornado Individual with two highly commended for their outstanding sixth Inning homer by Raider Ray Gallop took the win while
with M6 point Orange second place wins. Andrews' conduct and valiant efforts I left fielder Dewayne Alex- Danny McKInney took the loss.
Park was second with 76. white second place time of 14.5 In ," Coach George Loper ander proved the difference The loss ended the season
the high hurdles set a school t Friday as Santa Fe nipped the Tornadoes with 5-19
Bradford took third with 61 .al polnU. St. Augustine was a record as did his second place themselves, their team and Tornadoes 3-2.eliminating BHS record. Santa Fe, 12-7 for the
time of 20.3 In the low hur- in the opening round of ClassA
distant fourth with 25 points school. season will go on the the district -
while both Live Oak and Green dles. District 3, baseball play- playoffs.
Cove were tied with 24. Fer- John Douglas finished second "They gave all they had in offs.

nandina Beach was sixth with In the 100 with a 9.8 which every event but were at a ---- --- -- ''' -......... ... Alexander's In the BRADFORD BOX
distinct We rap
13 and Belles seventh with 10. tied Ms own school record and disadvantage. were AD R II
minus a dozen boys who would made the score 3-0 but the
broke the conference record. Williams cf 2 0 0
The meet had regularly been have helped greatly and had Starke's Garden Restaurant it lOt to defend Its championship of the pre-tason Raiders needed every run as McGee rr 2 0 0
scheduled to be held at Brad- Tim Murphey was second In missed five of Tornado catcher James McNeal
Invitation Tournament which today. Shown (l-r) Ronnie
open are Thomas, Stan L. Brown 2b Z I 0
ford Friday but due to the the high Jump at 5' and Jimmy rapped his second homer of
disturbances Friday was postponed Ricks was fourth at 58." Mur- "They will be more ready Cotnex Merrill Strickland manager; Harold Blthoy; Woody Strickland, Walt Edmondton the season In the top of the Bennett 1l 3 0 0
to Tuesday at Palatka phey also took a fourth in the to meet the challenge of the Wayne McL.od, Tommy Malloy, Lynwood Kitchens, Jimmy Beeler Emmett seventh with Larry Brown on McNeal c 2 I I

South. 163.high hurdles with a time of District State at Palatka Qualifying Saturday Championship Abridge, Tommy Clark Marcus Rhoden and Robert Edmondsan, bat boy Not pictured BUS second.Nine It was the only hit the J.Johns Brown Ib 3 3 0 0 0 0
Eight conference records where the first six In : Rick Turner, Jim Carlington Jack Hasen, John Watson. Bill Adams, and muster. Hazen I' 3 0 0
broken every
Tuesday, Including
were : The mile relay team of Andrews
one broken by the Tornado Paterson Barber and event go to Region." Larry Hingle.Garden. Santa Fe picked up Its first McKInney 2 0 0
print medley relay team of FlU took second with a clock- "Two of Bradford's relay run in the second Inning when Totals 22 2 I
Vernon Barber Levy Lemon Ing of 3.35.8. teams have excellent chancesIn Brett Waters walked and Greg
John Douglas and Mark Crawford state competition." Loper Means singled. Waters came
Buddy Paterson was secondIn said. "The sprint medley relay home on an error by Tornado
the 800 run with a 2:04.8 team has the second best time centerfielder Jerome Williams.
Their time 2:01.7: also brokea and Richard Fill was fifth. In the state' while the 880 relay 2nd In 21
school record which had stood team has the third best Wayne Stidham scored the 5e
since 1963 This same team MalachI Henry also took aI time In the state." Raiders second run in the top
of the third. Stidham first walked -
then stole second went to
Softball Go TeamIn third on a passed ball and
scored on a wild pitch.

"It was a very closely fought
game" BUS Coach John AlIen -

a good tournament show- 31 hits and 23 runs "which Garllngton's performancewon said. "The difference In ( > >
However It was not an easy Team Rosters are as follows: ing here last weekend Starke' kept anyone from going to sleep him the trophy for the most the game came as the Tornadoes
Teams now Battling for victory as the church team was Police Dept-Dean Brown Lewis Garden Restaurant lost only except the morning when the home runs. Had there been a could pick up only one "We've been going steadynow
first place in the Recreation In the game throughout the trophy for the most valuable hit. while Santa Fe had five."
contest Clayton. Rowland Cummings to undefeated champion Jerry's games weren't completed until for 37 >earH. For the last
Softball league.matched The teams that are the and actually outhlt Independents James Grlffls, James Catering of Ft. Lauderdale to 3:20: a.m.," Rayburn stated. player there is no doubt who time \VUEare! we getting
so would have It
won Rayburn
14-12 but made too David Mike take the spot In the breezed "
league standings change after Groves Harley runner-up Jerry's Catering added. I married?
many mistakes and failed to second annual Pre-Season
each night of league play. take Kitchens, Jeff Norman Ricky through the tourney undefeatedto -
advantage opportunities. Norman, Jim Prevatt Stuart Slow Pitch Softball take the championship. One Rick Turner went 16 for 23 --- -
led his team to Rayburn Pat Reed, Chuck Tournament here. of the biggest teams man forman at the plate for a .696 average -
W.J. C. BANK 13 victory times at with bat.four hits In four Register. Jerry's walloped 26 balls Larry Hingle was 15 for CLUB 1OO
CUNNINGHAM GULF 3 John Bobby MUn rand B.P.O.E.Carl Bedford.Ran- "The tournament was one of out of the park and scored 89 24, a ,625 average.
were two-for- dy Crews, Randy Edmondson the most action packed tourney's runs in the five they
In action Monday April 19, three for the losers. games Mobley Realty of St. Peters-
Robert Edmondson David one would want to watch played.
Williams, presently JewelryCommunityBank the league's BANTAM LEAGUE Gaines Clay Gllhooly. Carl anywhere\ says Recreation burg finished third in the tourney 4 Miles East Of Lake ButlerOn

]hottest team walloped Cunningham SET TO OPEN Hanun Keith Kelley, John Lee, Director Gene Rayburn. Garden Restaurant played losing only to the Garden. State Road 100
Gulf in six Innings via the The Bantam Boys Baseball Bill Lundy Roger Mltzel Terry Twenty-one teams competedIn seven games won five and Mobley played extremely well
10 run rule 13-13. League Is all set to open Saturday Mundorff. Chris Williams the 40; event "and its lost two. The local team hit in earning third place Ray-
Coca Cola Mark Griffith, game the ball extremely well Ray- burn said. The St. Pete team
The Gulf team had been tied May 8. with four teams
fantastic the number of hits, In Person
for a share of first place but defending champs B.P.O.E. Kevin Hamilton, Jeff Jockel burn said, collecting 143 base was sent to the loser's brac- Featuring .
and recorded
following this loss found themselves Southern Discount Coca Cola Dinky Kllby John Kllby. Jim runs'' Rayburn errors added.were In 276 at-bats for a team hitting ket in their Initial game, then
sharing third place. The and Police Department. Lamb Timmy Morgan. Stan The average of .518. won the next six straight.
21 teams recorded 1,267
Jewelry-Bank team scored in The boys have been practicing Nipper Rex Selmer John Val- Country; ]Ramblers
base hits and scored 942 runs.
every inning while allowing the since March 1 1. and are anxiousto Inskl Greg Williams Bruce That's a per game average of Jim Carlington had one of Clark and Hlrt of Osteen,
Gulf team runs only In the begin. The majority of the Wolfred. the most fantastic tournamentsa Fla. was fourth In what Ray-
r fouth and fifth Innings. boys this year are Inexperienced Southern DiscountEddie Ak- person could have Rayburnsaid. termed a "real good showing."
The winners out hit Cunning but most have more ridge Jerry B la lock, Joe Garlington went to the "We think the spectators Friday & Saturday Nights
ham Gulf 14-8 and were pacedat ability than the ones In the Boyer Andy Crews Randal plate 30 times and came away really enjoyed this tourney and
the plate by the four-for-four Curtis, Jay Godwin William with 28 base hits, unbelleve- are looking forward to the next

performance of John Reddish. Pelt Fry Program This Is due says to our Rec Small DIr- Tanner Muse Jackson Don Waters.Prevatt TonyWU-Gene to go ahead and retain the able burn.993 said.batting average Ray- one May 28-30" Rayburn add- 9:00 P. M. TO 2:00 A. M.SPECIALS .
Billy Joe Sanford was two-for- ector Gene Raybum. lead for the rest of the game. ed.
three. David Bennett had a round llama Wade Winkler. Hurst-Green outhlt Andrews
There has been a change: in .. ,..
trh) er. our game schedule from last,,' 21-11 with three men getting ..... --- -- o A 4 .huh. ii-
Harold Davis and Harold God year. There will be single RESULTS OF APRIL 20- three hits each John Powell I ,
win each were two-for-three games on Monday Tuesday Doug Brown and Mark Grau- .rt(
for the losers. Wednesday and Thuraday with HURST SHELLGREEN'S dons. Corky.Rowe led Andrews
The win was the fourth consecutive with three nits.CUNNINGHAM.
each team playing twice each BBQ 18 i .tAOilS\
one for Williams Jew week. Wayne McLeod and Ran- ANDREWS DRUGS 9 .
I rapped Bank after dall Davis will coach the teams Hurst Shell-Green's BBQ remained GULF 13 : T
they had their first with Wayne having B.P.O.E. In first place as they INDEPENDENTS 12 .
three games.INDEPENDENTS. and Police and Randall with downed Andrews Drugs 18-9 Cunningham Gulf knocked the r"
Coca Cola and Southern DIs- Tuesday night.Andrews Independents out of a tie for I
10 count. Drugs gave thema first place as they downed them
5 Opening day Saturday. May battle for five Innings as 13-12.
The Independents took over 8, will see all the teams play- they led 6-4 going into the Cunningham had lost two
sole possession of first place Ing with a doubleheader scheduled fifth Inning. straight before picking up the
becoming the first league teamto to' begin at 5 p.m. and 6 Hurst-Green came up with win to stay in contention. The : !
win five
games. P.m. six runs in the top of the fifth Independents had jumped off
to an 11-2 lead after three

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- - - - - would team exploded be a rout for, but eight the runs Gulf j The Berries Are In And Fresh Vegetables Are On Their

USEDTVs one In the run.fourth to pull within Way Be Prepared To Stock-Up Eat Fresh Berries

i 10 The lead Independents In the top of took the sixth a 12- t And Vegetables Year-Round To Help You, We Are Offering '

but the Gulf team came up
with three more runs In the 2 Big Freezer Buys -Offer Good Thurs. Fri. Sat.
.bottom of the sixth to Insure 4
\ the come from behind win. The
Gulf team outhlt the Independents Only.
iiiiittSI 16-13. Wayne Sapp and
Randall Davis were the big t
guns for Cunningham each going TI"T
Ii 1-r
three-for-four. Johnny tt TI

FF F- the LEAGUE Grlffls losers was STANDINGS three-for-four for tt t ks lSffiLiJ =rl if i7--! i't

I (Thur 42071)Hurst Shell- t
Lyman 5-3; Cunningham Gulf 5-3; Wll- ill r l
MOTOROLA Llama Jew. Comm. Bank 4-3; t r ,
First Baptist 2-5; Andrews
Drugs 1-6.

SCHEDUL&Thurs. t i1
., April 227:30: First
Baptist vs Hurst-Green; 9 p.m.
RCABlack&WhiteAndColor Williams Jewelry-Community
Bank vs Andrews Drugs. t
A'1 .t
Friday. April 23- 7:30: Hurst- ti' :

Green vs Independents; 9 p.m
Cunningham vs Andrews.
: Stt.\

I Sunday April 251:45 Andrews -
Drugs vs Independents;
3:15.: First Baptist' vs Williams
Some Equipped With UHF VHF And Jewelry-Community Bank.


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5 At A Fraction Of The Real Cost State America Future Convention Homemakers In Clear-of

Come In Today And Take Your Pick! a water.activities They banquet will' Including a take mini-rock part swimming In festival many- 1: s 9995 149Many I

and many meetings.The .

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iw A V 18 A IANCES- Baseball cxhlbltlM t

355 N. TEMPLE HONE 964-7511, second demonslraU. siring that ea..Beat anybodyi games say.b.dy t Many, Many Others To Choose From

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J iL Green Stamps!
Auction sales can be exciting -
stairs and our White Elephant
Sale on April 13 WMno Everyday Low Prices!
exception. The bidding was
fast and furious because all
of the packages were wrapped Weekly Specials!
and sold unseen. That was
where the fun came In and
It also provided a little cash
for our Treasury. We also received -
$25 In prize money from
the Bradford County Fair for
our efforts In the Senior Cit
izens' booth sponsored by JohnA.
Torode. We give our most
sincere thanks to the Fair Committee -
and our sponsor.A .
letter from Mrs. Martha )
Minx was read thanking Sen- y F O c58FEF
ior Citizen Carl Hoist for the ErMP
handmade cushion cover which: PE04
he donated to the Library to
their building fund.
augment We did our usual /stint of PRICES GOOD THURS., APRIL 22 SUN., APRIL 25
cleaning books this week. Al
and Irene Nichols: Emma and
Alex Morton. Bill Richards and
Joe and Dorothy Kerrigan assisted ; > '"""" SUNNYLAND TENDER SMOKED
In this task. -
Joe Kerrigan was elected delegate -
to our State Conventionat R
Week Wachee Springs to
be held sometime In May. Bill
Richards was elected as alter- HAMSSHANK
nate delegate.
Communications were received -
from Senators Lawton
Chiles and Ed J. Gurney promising
/ to bend every effort
In support of our proposalsto
them on Social Security.
Medicare and Medicaid.
Secretary Dorothy Kerriganwas
Instructed by the mem- 1 HALF ll.49c WHOLE
bership to write letters to Sen.
Bob Saunders and Rep. Gene ca .. 14-17LB. AVG.
Shaw urging support on need-
ed legislation for senior cit, ,BUTT HALF La.59c LB.
izens during this session of .

the State Legislature.
I. Increased funding by the
..state of services: to Older A- USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF FULL CUT W-D BRAND PURE ((10.Ib. $5.69))

:Louis:merlcans.2. Increased Wolfson to $10,000 Homestead, prettied Exemption by- Chuck Steak. LB. 67c Gr. Beef .5 las. 289

-. 3. HB 228 Rep. Powell. Re- 1
move for collecting -

:I-:practice 4. Permit tax.without retired examination doctors to SK'Ider Roast LB. $1" Pork Chops. lB 59C

.premed by Rep. Dave Smith.
5. Eliminate public guardian
system profiled by Rep. Bak-
.er. jJ
6. Eliminate S.S. as Incometo
;: those on State Welfare. ALL VEGETABLE OILCRISCO
: 7. We recommend: a state
:subsidy to local county trans- 4
authorities to help '
:reduce fares for the elderly. s 1 ti tC'hAYYN.V.,
.7 8. Amend Senior Citizens V 01-
:Wlteer program to Include the / .
:minimum wage for senior vol-
unteers, profiled by Sen. Hol- Limit 1 with $7.500' mat purch.... eluding cigor n.iSCHIITZ .
; 9. Increase staff In Fire Mar
shall's office: recommended: by

Tom 10. O'Malley.Remove the $20 a month limit 2 6.PKS. W/S7/ .30 or Mar. Purchoi. I.e.Cig SAVE

maximum drug allotment to the 6PK. 0989e 47c
Beer !
sick: on welfare profiled by
Sen. Myers. 12'01.

11. We support the Corporate
Income tax recommended: by
Gov. Askew. We support closing PK. :....
of all tax loopholes. Beer . ::2.0,. C CO 48-oz.
12. Ask the elderly what they
need and do not tell them what THRIFTY MAID CUT BOTTLE

you from 13.think Remove mental they need.Institutions senile oldsters and Gr. Beans .8 CANS 16.oi. $100DEl !

confine them In hospitals.
14. We propose the datingof MONTE
all dairy products.We : .c6,01.
3 $100 l
are definitely opposed to Tom. Juice CANS Quantity Right n Rt.rv.d
Sen. Jerry Thomas' stand on WINS' OIK"If!.O..IN( COMmOHT' -'.71

Homestead Exemption. This SUPERBRANO OR. "A" FRESH FLA. All WHITE
Senator means to discourage:
retirees from coming to Flo- 2 $100 US. No. I All PURPOSE
rida and make life a little Large Eggs DOZ. / /
harder for those who are here. Potatoes 20 lB 89C
With the cost of living going! UNCLE lENS CONVERTED P lAG
up, we need the Homestead 1
Exemption to held up remainIn FLORIDA
our homes as long as pos Rice 20..49c:
sible. Senator Fred Karl take .
note. Hats off to Sen. Verle SU11- 1'K.' St Lemons 001 59C

you In the Senate and the House. 20'01. $100
We are alarmed by the many -3 PKGS. FLA. LARGE STALKS
reports of food stuffs being
contaminated by the germ, Sal- SAVE lie THRIFTY MAID STEWEDTomatoes Crisp Celery 2 STALKS 29C
monella, especially whipping .
cream, milk and dairy productsIn : 5 $100
doubly warned not to eat cracked: I 1 '
eggs or called because of possible contamination GAISI
: : ,
of the same germ. Bread 2 1".ll.. 59c ,l\ . .
Salmonell causes severe disturbance lOAVES .
: In the Intestine and
elderly people .utLR I 1LB
may even be fatal. Shrimp PKG $129 1IRAMUL ]
Visitors to our club were Rolls .2 PKas:39C:: .. . . .

Jack: and Laura Kllloran Lilly -
Johnson's brother and sls-
ter-ln-law. from N.J.Mrs.Zel- :

la Lest officially: Joined our ,_,?_ e- KKVUIwaL

club.Sick Pete Comm.and Lilly visited Johnsonour the! F--e?LF"'' ',! ,IF'r' THRIFTY MAID DELICIOUS BARTLETTPEARS '

Nursing Home and distributed
Easter candy: to the patients.We .

are saddened by the deathof 41

our good member and friend,
George Clemens. He was 86 I '
.years old. His body will be e
shipped to N.Y. for Interment.
May his soul rest In peace.
." Our Senior Citizens Club Is
growing rapidly locally and na- ..
tionwide.' It is difficult being
retired these days on a fixed .

need Income.conditions: us and In you.order we need senior to you.better citizens our, Sauces '-. 39C Flour 5 -B 37C Shampoo ;t 98C

.:Our next meeting will be on THRIFTY MAID PIllSBURY LAYER CAKE CHEF BOY AR DEE MEAT BALLS fSpaghetti3"f> I

at April. I 1p.m.-Joe 27 Kerrigan at the Recreation Hall Corn .6 CANS $1 Mixes .3 'is': ;: $1 :; ;.'. $100


BUPEtt: 811UC Ttefl Plastic Dressing 3 :iz:;: 88C Detergent :one;, 46C Rolls ,. .2 ss: : 39C

Letters, aO ..... colons. PennasBt. .
use on
.......leaiasjvANTTHXMQI ,.... a ROlL px.
pager 4 $100 1 Tissue 3 88C I 59e
BnUtferd OesutyTelegraph. Sausage CANS PKOS. PROS

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Training Set -a a--a-a ---a a-a a- -aa LEGALS -.S a a a -a --a a a-a a a a a a a a a a a

SonjaBiggs At BlandingSt. ."" 'Mo. C.."*, |y ....-*** CALL POR DUbSMis.Irtpnl CAM. P011 time WOTICTBA
C?'"- Br.a(..4 ....r. lol. riatalr.rtln i I. hereby siv-n that. !. T*. Clnmtt: Cmrt Of BM provided by CHa. tar IOTT1
la Vrabat. 1'1.. ( Plant Addition ..edM.difieaUe.e none of OoUllt' Counmita C.w4'r.. Klorlda rnoIoth.l'fl Notice la Hereby'
In KlOt Bet.t. ojf "" eu.c Stark,, th.Bo.rd of Bradford County. CUM' No. : tngibie personalproperty
Augustine- Major General J&II' .' D.c.a.e. ri"rlda Florida! will receive' al* Notice TV Ordlton Sealed propoialo will b. ra. any and Bertha Love B.llatnyfor tear 1 110 aj-J now" delinquent
Henry W. ,.,.
Best McMillan the ad- All ereo>ltor* ot th. :: V- by the City Council cf bide .tFurlllablnlr Alt IaboAnd- the adoption ot Arthur and boarlnnln April 151 such
SpellerSonJa Jutant general of Florida, an- Ann* J. Janeien, dso.s. City ot etarko, Florida Incidental N .""T To Orlffla tax** are drawing interest oj
flounced Wednesday that element neraby notified and 7:00.: 2171.P M.for(local. time) on er Maintain. The Heating. And Air Notlo Of Adoption Proceedings .n."en' per month plus
1. the Municipal The Tot Rosa lee TownaUywhoi proportional coat of
file any claim or Bytma At the' pub*
of the Florida National which they nrny hay >.. .. l BUotrlo) CUnt-MIn Conditioner. County Courth U." residence li vnknown. llehln hue nulice. Unleae the t
Guard and South Carolina National .aid *etat. in the Office ..nt Addltlotia' and Modlflca. !Bradford North TniT>la Avenue.Starke. You Are Hvraby Notified amounts at oppoelt each, l
which time prvpo-alf 944 that. the above named petition I..r.. paid. before the
County Jud>* of :m.'bt Floridal, The name
Biggs seventh grader porvtsor, coordinated county: Guard will conduct annual Oounfay, Fiori..... In th. .. .. publicly opened and lulldln""%, 11'01'' The Dr..tI.. .1'''. Jona Bellamy. and his wife. let day. of May. 1971 warrant.
School and In the bee training at Camp Bunding durIng txHiee. at Stark. Florida aloud. Propo-a.l' received CountY AgrfrultIre Cee.tee. Bertha Lve Beilainy. have will b* laud thereon directing
at Bradford Middle participation spelling the in al I. calender month 4ha above specified tin* ford Tjorth. .Starke. Flor. Hod a petition In the above levy. upon the eelmure ofbe
Is the 1971 sponsored by the FlorIda- months of May and opening will b. returned $01 Operating pereonal property of
student. th SIreD ta.nlbl
honor publication ItmerEencY
an :11 g.coc'i\eI;:\ .r..mb'eI.
cham- TLmes-Unlon June. notice. Each cleJm or : to the ...nd.r.Th. ida: .Anr.:', Bradford 000ntyPairtrooflde thereina the taxpayer for unpaid tax.
Bradford County spelling muat b. In wrltlnc project Includaa furnl.hnm 101 North. Arthur Qrlffln. .and you ate eel; prnaltle and additionaloot.
pion. Judges for the contest were .tat. the 'iploc of .. \ and Inatalllniv. ", one or ..w"Bu.lvu.1 '. Florida, H'Alth ..part.ment required to show eaue why The name of the delinquent
12. beat out five other Dr. Florence Jennings Bradford The entire military reservation pen office) addra of the Dlanl O.n.r.nD. St..rle. Building II' N. Church the same should not be ranted. paceonul property taxpayer -
Sonja. ..... capacity otot lOIO AMat by serving: a copy ...f your written and the amount of
will be In All of the ant and mud b* thti'IO untIl May L 1971 *
student who were champions of County school psycologlst. use. th. claimant Sic lu Itw nor St. office of the Clerk O; d.f."._, If any upon taxea including: the ooet of ad*
spelling bees In the county'ssix School Board Member Charles firing ranges will be in operation *.twrn.y.o. It will "''' than. 1110 kw. oomplata the Circuit Court In the Brad- Thwron A. Yawn Jr.. whon vertlnln and the flr.t months
The and troops will aordln. to law.WlllTara all auxiliary equipment the roiintr Courthou.lI..t address I. p. O. Dox J40 Slmi-kn.. penalty are .a. follows _
DeWItt Fara- maneuver
elementary schools. Sawyer ami Rev. 04j. Jranraen. wlrlnir awltoh ford Mm*. Florida. Attorney for tI.. rtl- Adlloo Corpor..tlo.1.10.1'.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. KJ3.Biggs bee. pastor of the First V- throughout the tactical training WILLIAM J.J. JANSSEN *:. piping{ :an4 i/ll o4hrwnn stark. bid, Florida.4A.nrlg.: pub: tlonere. and by fnin" tile orIginal > Franklin Bennett "..1
for the ailed Methodist. areas. 1 ..cutor oftII.. Ketete : neoeeenryfor a complete au\ and .road' .loud. thereof with the clerk .
eligible opened Bert Place Sl.SO(
Is now Holy ;
) Inatollatton. Including before the
Aa. J. Janeeen. deceaarad. qualification". or thla Court on or
ion Nnrth Florida Regional -SEucene V. Shaw, and-or modffloatlona Blddora to the Boardf 11th day of May. ItTlj other Milton D. Carter S7.14
baatlnfaotory Plait Meat Market 64 05CIl.r..c.
the present building.All of vie. Jud.ement will be entered City
the BUOENlfl f. SHAW Corr.rr.l--lon a
Bee sponsored by County L. ".81
Florida Spelling Publishing Company. Child Labor Regulations 141 Stark Weet Call treet .. malarial ant and alt work equipment per. Bradford County. Florida b. tiue,! again.t for granting:. ; thepetition Vlrcle' Lee Merle Oouey 41 It
Florida .h"n
said Board ( e.oent Court 18.T4
ihall accordance
bt In
hand and the
The regional competition 1s set Attorney. for 1I.oulo.u: the rlflcn.tlon and JudS' of .uoh gueitfiintiOflL'rhe Wltneea my Dell Knit Wear 183.OSB
-p Cl>mml" Peel of -aid Court thla llth day.
May I at One Klverslde Ave., Explained To Farm EmployersFarmers .. documanta! pH' Dotarel 01 Bradford Count County, of April. 1871. C. Dyal 8.U ,

Jacksonville. Foal. Of A;pllea
SonJa won the spelling bee Tax Deedee. AinoolatEnnln. ", ra. 1870 I Informalitles in an? iteonCiderl .. scat Hatoherl 4DBtEligelie
Which said Court
.. bid of
of contestants and and crew leaders morning, after school closesin IH.I" r. Avcnu Jackion and to acrePt any Cesonnaible By Bvulab M. Moody, Deputy L. Oarver 77'60
as parents 900 fellow students planning to recruit young/ people the afternoon weekends and Mr Notice. Evelyn I* Hereby!Tyler. the :: 111.. Florida. and at tha of. to bIi b. the and lowest to .joct Clark. 4.3: 41 aSIB. Jack Ooodman'a Hines Oaxag 17489 84 01
some of the City Clark City
watched the contest on closed for springtime farm work holidays. They may work for of th. allowing Stork Flori4.Copies ... all eIb (loinmi.eloflere Jo L..'. Motel 19.68
.. ... 'thII'ho
Its. filed tnuntv .
Said of Ties rirenlt Coar' Of Floe.Ode Clifford >7.10H.
reminded by the U.S. Department their own parents on the home of n.clflce.tione and Keller
mIddle are <>>
circuit television at the a tax dead to b* issued '' Bra4ford 'Ztighih Jadlplnl Clr* l.. IS A. Laweon 18.83
dooumanta ba ob-
school last Thursday April of Labor that the Fair farm in any Job at anytime. on. Th. certificate '"from the office mny of Frad Florida M': And For Urndto'd; Camatf Cm*> ; Horn. It B*

Labor Standards Act prohibits :."r1ptyr* of laauance.Mt : *. Aaaoolaaa.' 1970 Ht Another of of the : _ld
means protecting n'.o.n 41f
15. : : Avanua.: Jack Officio Clerk Patrlclll! 8. Stlllwell. Plain A. El. McKlnnoy Jr. 11.84M.
Janet Boyce 9, of Southslde agricultural employment of minors both the employer and workers the name. In which U .. upon payment OlIU.O-:> 6-22 It 4-SI tiff va Patti Aton Btillwell. : O. McMillan 40,61Michigan

Elementary, slipped up on the under 16 during school from inadvertent violations of celled Certificate ar a. follow No. 41.! each eat. which will not Jr., Pftfandunt.. Stanch illS
refunded Partial ....t. may ] .. word "bouffant" in the fifth hours. the law Is to insure that all I..uano. 11I81.D..crlpUon ., purchaMd from tha Knln : flegieler PloUllaa. N... TO: Pout Alton Stnlwell.Jr. Dr. Jam. W. Patray. Jr. 40 61
round. SonJa spelled the word Compliance Officer C.H. minors working in the fields of NWU of of SW *.r by payment of the cost. Notice la hereby rlven that Car of Martha. BoawallFlorida Jam. L. Patterson. 64 89
Driggers of the Department ofLabor' loT reproduction at the rata. of the. underalgned .enraged In Drive Willie Plttmnn, Jr. 4.14
correctly, then spelled "guile"to are at least 16. Birth or baptismal LOT BJ A. W By 50 par .h..t..r drawlnKi. and buelneiaund.r' the fictittoijename Phoenix City AlabamaYou Prim Veal Feed Co. Inc. 826.04
end the competition. Wage and Hour Divl- certificates are reliable ... Name SECt In sa which-T-8.-.*.a.-.* o 10 per pace. of the ,",.clra... of Ar, >oltd Southern are hereby notified that RedlMlllMf*. A Sale Co.lU 44 '
Only five of the six elemen- lion office In Gainesville pointed documentary evidence of date art L.. Tyler .. Millwright PO. Box., 1. Brook an .action for divorce hoe. been Shell Service station 84.08Hermta
Bid l Bond properly execut ... and Intend to r.istersaid filed airalnit you nnd you are Sherman. 46 68
that Federal child Labor "' Flu. ;
out All of lei property
tary champions competed In the of birth. Most states will issue "Ab the Binder and. by a name with the Clerk of required to aer. '** a copy of Willi. S. Sherwood 77.60flperlt
contest Thursday. Mike Com- laws are designed to keep age certificates on request of the Florida.County of Drad/orO. auraty.. or a certified the Circuit' Court In and for your written. defense.*, It .any. A Dyal 29 25
Elementary children In school but do not Ultima cueS aertltl... oaehler'a cheek on any na Bradford County l"lorldpiir' to It on R1,:I.S. Sander. Attorney Bterk NUrllng flume 1.07294
merford, 11, Brooker which emplyers should keep on ,b .. or State. bank. In a loin ment to Station 18a.o' Florida for PlniVlff., whom addra Starling Farm Supply 4(7.55.lenning
and Brenda Creamer 11, prevent them from working before certificate "shall lene than five percent of I I. III Went Call 3lr-t. Starling", 449 01
Elementary droppedout and after school during file.Migrant aocordlna deioTlbed; tol l In law such the" r ; .amount bid. made payable Btpwi"'t I* BMT>e*. 20 17 N W. P O. Boa 18 atarke ..S'lorld. Sunoco Station 17.IT
families reminded
Lawtey are will b.. the Chairman. the City Uth DrIve, Oalneavlll. Fla.. iJOJl end file the orla-lnnl with Emma Lou 'Pumlinon 70 78
In the fifth round. Allan vacations or on weekends. to bring birth or baptismal the or certlflrate hla-hnt bidder .at
Morris, 11, Starke Elementary "Th laws apply to migrant certificates, and signed written noue. door on the fir must aocompany each Love C. Wood. Brooker.., Fla.. on or before MAY. U. 1911etbierwice b Motel 61.01
.. that. the a jtidiretnent inn Unity Cafe
guarantee .
well as local children so In month of Juno. 1(71 a onthlr Interest
stumbled on "knuckle in the statements concerning school i the 7th day. of June will not withdraw. from mil .'..n..". BrookFlev.. entered .against. :you for the relief J B Whitehead 11974
second round. Hampton Ele- both may get the education essential attendance) with them when Dated thl* 14th day of competition after opening one-third Interet.Paled demanded In the Com Wishbone Fried Chicken 174 08W.
Carol for a decent job Intoday' 157*. bid and. In the event the this day ..f Anrll. 1IlAlnt. B Wood n."
mentary School champion young family members apply ) I I" awarded ix. the Bid- AT U71 at Stark. BradfordCounty. i 'Vlt'n-a my hand and the J R. Kelloy Tax Collector
Ann Hall 11, did not appear. economy Driggers for farm work. (SEAL Gilbert 8. Brown he will. within ten day Fla. 44t '-11 aeal. of said. Court on th. t dayof Bradford County. Florida. It

Supt. Tom Casey was pro- aid. Urging parents to enroll their Clerk of Circuit. enter Into contract April.' 1971.
furnish the required bond ( T.)
nouncer and prizes were a- Emphasizing that farmers, children In school and to keep Bradford County FlorlcJ&4IJ ..nd ", which hIt ahull. forfeit I', Tfc* ririml* Coon cC *l"r Lad!<'". Gilbert 8. Brown, Clerk. Notfr Of I'npnl.l. n>llnnnen<

warded by Dr. Florence Jennings crew leaders and parents are them out of the fields during ... liquidated damaicea. Itla-nt. JndlHnl Con Ba By Batty. Edward. DnputyClrk {..taniclbl Poreonnl. PropertyA I
Jlrndtor: 4-15 1-'
one of the Judges. Mrs. equally responsible for Insuring school hours, Compliance Officer !. The Cl.ItC.Tt Of Bid Bond Bond are" required and perform to b* For In R*:: Petition ofWilliam 'Foxes I
20724.Act .
Blh Judlrlal. ClreoH provided bv Chapter
: h *
child's the official Jr.
Lucille Payne, elementary su- a education Driggers said more than Vlurlda. I. Aa' < F'*> ., from and excuted by Clar.ndon Po..II.'Po. I. lug wll. few In The roanty Jndir*'. CenHKer of 1941. nOtice> In hereby
outlined several "':lPS County not merely counteralcned) an nradford Coantr. Vlorlda given that Intana-lhle poraonnlproperly
half of the 1,500 minors found .f a mInor.Jiottee .
of the surety or Inaur- a""lIon I
toward preventing Illegal em- Uld-Stat Home pye.Uope.t In HeEtate of ISunlo LVou- taxes aeeeined for 1470
illegally employed in agricul- company. which agency. : .C .1140..11. and hritln-
Florida. now delinquent'
corporation. "' Marvin Parker.whose See Morrl. floceuue.4Notice Are
J&sBar.B.Que.Pit ployment of minors under 16. ture during 1970 were in school v. Wendell O 9tn. .and .. have. an Uibll-hed. place of oi residence James .and *adr..a W To Creditor tiny'" April let such taxes nr*
In the Slate
workers OBteen. Defendant.Notice builneiw the TSttat drawing interest ot onn percent
Migrant frequently nor All creditor of
grades below normal for their Of Suit- and b* duly. lloen-ed "nYon.0Tr. Notified that of Runic I/oulne, Morris. <1eeeaied. per monh plun the proportional .
travel from school districtto and
one conduct bualneia therein notified cost of publlDlilna this
ages. TO: Eleanor O'Steen Petitioner are' hereby *
another seeking springtime Penalties for willful violationof over the are of SI 7.. h .agency hall\ receive and the above a named petition In the a. .end required to file any claim. notice Unlace the amount pet
Your Hosts employment but the law forbids who* residence I* u full agenfi commlaelon have filed court for the adoptlon or demand whlrh they may opposite fMich name. "helow .rc

child labor laws Include fines, You Ar* Hereby ; : euch bond. bov. styled minor eWMtli.r.ln. hav. al"..t en. .11F.ot..l.. .* In the pail before the Int' day of May
JOHN & SARAH REIDIS those under 16 from workIng imprisonment or both, and both that an action to Each bid should be addreea Stark. and of the you requlretl' nffli-a of the County Judcre of 197*. tax execution I will 1 1 he leaned
OPENDAIM1QUE farms during school mortirec on the 4 the City Council. the tame Brndfnrd Counfv Florldi In thereon and he delivered to
NOW on ofd: why
the fanner and leader and marked "Muni to ahow cam. .
crew ,
Bradford Sheriff for nj-
propiry In the Coiirthoit-e .nt Rtnrke Florida the property
hours In the new district unless Dle.el-RI,ctrlo Gener .houlel not b. granted by .. real ronv"vl or minedfaetonalnv
may be held responsible for Florida! f de.fences. wlhln six., onl nrtr month p
they have completed the Bovlnnlnir at the Plant. Addition and Mod a COPY YOUl orlttr.: Z.Adicine. from the date of the flrnt nuh- to the taxpayer, for
Is Our Business every underage child found itlon of the Kt line '. anti, delivered to it any. for II" lion of thla Notli-e. Koch. unpaid tflxe renoltle nnd nddltlonnl .
school In their home dis Attorney "
HRS. 6 10 year working on a farm, the official NW14 of the NW% of office of the City Clerk at. Jr.ill, S. W. Third claim or. demand must be inwriting COMB The.. names of thedelln..u.nt
a.m. p.m. either by re
a petltionere.
trict. A signed statement from Hnuth. City Hall IntnnirlhlA ncrsoml
II Townuhlp and and must eLate the I
warned. Galneevidle. Florida.' '"
The Finest Pit In Fla. a school official in the home 91 Eaat. And the North .. of the Bidder who Street. the original thereOf il.e( or reeldence and poet o>rflro property taxpa'cre and tile
and Hour obtain a receipt therafor. by filing .
"Wage Investigatorsare of..a State Road (isiS tail Court .adilree of the elnlm' nt amount of taxIncluding the
Call 782-37.7 For Take district attesting to the child'sschool constantly on the alert for bet nir 40 feet from ". by registered"' mAil .with re with the Clerk )'of{'lay 10, 11111 and mut h.* sworn to bv the coat of advertising and penal-
attendance should be required of Mid State Hd ) thence receipt reaueated.The on or befor.default may b.. .n- elalmnnt hIli ...-nt. or hi. attorney ties are nn followmMr
Out Orders violations of the law but the rtirht' a
em- alone' said St IU1. 100 "" City rexrvea paid. or It will b.oom."old *. Knthrvn riecnard 18 81
Lccntcd: On 301 by all farmers and crew ployers must share in enforce- the P.OB. Thence North waive Informalities In any: t.r.d aKatnit. you granting Acrnrdlnr to taw.Ernetine H. A. El-hop III 4 00
leaders before hiring migrants alollna. the Knot!: line of to reject .any or all bid .do tlon.Wltn..A. and the DenmarkFTCNRSTTNE Rmanncl. Bernard B1.
ment Becausethe lIand "J1f
Lawtey Fla.) responsibility. NWVi of the NWW of whole or In part with or my TJCNMAHTCAdmlnltrntrlx T.. Kral- 1 *7
Brad. : Onry
under 16 in the if the ofItuk.
spring la
education of the Nation's II. Town-hip S South cause. and-or to accept < Mid Court 'Flol'ld.hl." of the Itetete Flora Plnde! O'nrUn. J M
local schools are still In ses people is at stake II ]Beet! BOO feet thnno -, that. In lt. Judgment will ford County. Ul1. of Eunice Louise Morris, a.Flret .- .Tain-. W. 1'at.\t.. !\ b. HORe
young compliance of << April
South for the brat Interest .."ntl day" o
lion.Young.terslUlderl6maywork lOCI fei t thence 1l-MIII: vror. & Sales 81541 <
is both a moral and a ing the aald Beet line .. .. city of tarke. Gilbert 8. Brown Court Publication on April Stover Lottl. B 1.SS
legal obligation," Compliance NW14 of the NWH 100 City Council of the City of Clerk of the Circuit 11th. im. 1. R'Krt..T
before school opens in the to..a point 4i> feet FloridaMerrill JI\J'P..tS' 4-1 4 t 4-SI 4-15 tS.., Tex, collector Bradford Oountv.
Officer Driggers concluded. contxrlln of aBlate Rd. Edward. City Clerk Clerk Florida. l$
JacksonvilleBusiness Daet 101)) et to the POB t-22 U a-I -
log a pnrd of the NW4 ;
NW14 of flection IS. w
NOTICE Or ELECTION S Bouth. Range. II E.ast.
Florida has 1"a '
'HUEAI. THE U8ISLATUKI Of I,T1, PURSUANT TO UK ENACTED font filed I County.ralnt' you and you ,

renulred to serve a
BY THE A'rjIWATm VOTE Of THREE-FOURTHS or THE MEMBERSHIP Of your written de'.n.... If

lo It. on the plaintiff'.
In harry, M Hobhe. P. : IN

DirectoryAuto WIIml:
AT A SPECIAL ELECTION TO BE HELD ON JUNE 30, 19711 and file with
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION 7-8 clerk of the above styled ,
on or before May 14
entered airalnrt you for
Sales and Service VII OF THE CONSTITUTION relief demanded In the
plnlnt .,r petition. ARE HERE
hand and
Parrish MotorsPALES .-.1|*.of said Court on


By' nrulatl M. Moody



May. 11.
before 7:10: p.m .
Always Good Vied Cars at the new American .
V21 Laura Si. Ph. 3585851EI.FC'THIC tk'F7ll: : .a for Brtwmrd the A bargain price on a stripped-down car is no bargain. With one difference. The deals have never been better

ENTITIES BROUGHT INTO BEING BY COMPLIANCE WITh STATE OR FEDERAL M nsrcol ..., ."4.<1 owned But a Buick or Opel at a bargain is something else again. Which means that you can move out in a new Buick or

STATUTES AMDWHEREAS Pout and located at Oranil the Because we're not selling some special stripped- Opel at a price that's hard to believe.
adjoining. the New down modelWe're When Buick talks about a bargain. we give you

THIS AMENDMENT KILL, HOWEVER, CONTINUE TO PROHIBIT property. Tho dlmenlon feat selling Buicks and Opels !the same great cars something to believe in.we've .
property le 141 on
Street eontalnlnc ..
reserve. the Tight
4-n it
Electric MotorsSold
wottce of Int....fna Ta
Serviced Repaired FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SUCH AS SO-CALLED 'MASSACHUSETTS BUSINESS RealateFIMWI", *** l N. "liter engine' that operates efficiently
Generators Staters mature Notice I III hereby given on tow-lead or no-lead gasolines. ,

.Rewinding. TRUSTS.' the ..n<1aril ned under hydraulic valve liters(104'quiet, ,
rovtlon' > of ChaiMer
4041 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE TATE OF FLORIDAI lAw. n' Florida. Act. of engine operation power front _ _

THAT THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENT TO SECTION 9 OF ARTICLE VII OF of will\ the register rirnilt Court with the In disc brakes and more _ _

Counts. Florida." _
PIANOS Bradford _
nolle MOf the fletltlim .. ______
Oo. nnder which 1 am en .
Hlehwav! 101 Fc.t' ,th. ate-,.. :

AI 1171 at Stark. "

4 !. Tk*
Ca* !Ve.Winnie.

tiff v* Andrew Jackson


TO Andrew Jack-on

pun, vVhltevllle n. C.

Roo.eveUIall.188; 8519 tion for dl-orce ha. been
UNITED STATES OR ANY STATE. .aurnlnwt you .and you .ar Skylark CutUMh.With"Buck's

"""' CII OTHERS. NO TAX UPON THE INCOME OF RESIDENTS AND CITIZENS lIulr.40 serve a ropy of elusive. nickel-plated engine, exhaust _
WESTERN STOKE written defenee.. If any
KOTHER THAN NATURAL PERSONS SHALL BC LEVIED BY THE STATE, on Theron A. Yawn. Jr., valves for smoother operation on today'sCleaner
rr..t.\tomJTil".w: fuels.Comfort.Flo ventilation ml
LITTLE DUDE Starke.. Florida. on or
It FINED BY LAW, 04.. AT SUCH GREATER RATE AS IS AUTHORIZED BY A the IT day of Ms,. tao mum pesos
file the original' with the

Western Store THREE-FIFTHS CJI") VOTE OF THE MEMBERSHIP OF EACH HOUSE OF. THE of vie*Chic on Court Plaintiff either* ,". Mxjr Buick-Opel dealer will give you better reasonsto

wi.. a default will b. .. buy a new car now than anybody else.
(Western Clothing Leather the .
goods Saddlei and Trailers HAY BE ATTLLLLLLOHID TO BE CREDITED mended: Wltnenemr 1'ho-c: hand' .:

lor Court sib
of Anrll. 1(71. thiS The business trunk and back seat. They start "working" even before
S02 8. Edcewood 384-1210 TAXATION NOT US THAN FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS (5,000) OF THE EXCESS CS"'AL. ) of auto safety. you get In t the car.

Gilbert fl. Brown, A*
OF NIT INCOME SUBJECT TO TAX OVER THE HAXIHUN AMOUNT ALLOWED TO By Betty Edward But two safety features two of the most vital, are

M.-.. .-'< Auto safety is everyone's But it's unless do
concern. worthless
business. Seat and shoulder belts.

BAXLEY CHAIR STATES AND OTHER STATES. And we think !the attention that's being paid to auto Unfastened they do nothing. And you've seen enough

CC) EFFECTIVE DATE. THIS SECTION SHALL BECOME EFFECTIVE 7'1OIP safety now is a good thing. Because it will result in better statistics to know what a difference they can make. So

Furniture Discount driving for
everyone. use them. .

., IH TESTIMONY WHEREOF I HAVE And. frankly better driving for everyone means better But that's not all you can do. Because the most effective -

Living Room buslnessforus. safety feature of all can't be added to our cars
Dining Room L (f We say Buick is something to believe in. That's why or anybody else's.

1'1 TIlE CREST SEAL OF THI STATE OF we're trying to make it easy to be safe by putting in safety That feature is you: And the way you drive.

Bedroom .!1 FLORIDA AT TALLAHASSEE THE CAPITAL features that work by themselves. You don't t have to do Which should be defensively. And rested. And sober.

anything to make them work. We're all in this together And together we can solve
WHOLESALE PRICES Like side guard beams. And the energy absorbing the auto safety problem once and for all.. .

ICI Cajsst 1 Block from MO l'7l. "The more you know steering column. :And tti4 .cargo guard between the And the time Is now.


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The Sunltt Straiobtrrltt ThU Side Heat I

Joint Fund Drive Cars Need IN PreparationFor $150,000 Social Security Salvation Army Fund Drive I

GarageMulled Wreck Nets Vacation Trip Too Hike Expected In BradfordFor Starts Monday By Local Unit

... Bradford County residents Local residents who have been
No ChargesA who are receiving social getting $100 a month, or $1,200 Bill Clover Chairman of the surer; Mrs. Leila Mundy, secretary -
Floridians anxious to begin Mrs. Melba welfare
Check brake adjustmentsand security; checks each month a year will now receivel,320. fund raising drive for the ; -
those much-earned vacations fluid, proper pedal travel how much will the recently- Those at tile $1,800 level will StarKe-Keystone Heights Service chairman for the Keystonearea
which call for sustained high and C.K. wel-
$1,980 In the future. ; Fuquay
Increased rates mean: to them get Unit of the Salvation Army -
Consolidate city, county and minor wreck, which most speed, turnpike-type; driving, and equalization of pressureon In dollars and cents? Prior to the new change In announces that the cam- fare chairman for the Starke
school. vehicle maintenance? people didn't realize had happened should ready their autos to all four wheels. What will their benefits a- rates, pension payments In paign, with a goal of $2,500, area.
Hall made the was the only thing which Insure a trouble-free trip. Bradford County averaged $835 The Salvation Army is recog-
Rodney suggestion mount to, on average, com- will be kicked off Monday morn-
Proper conditioning of a car --Test all Including nized around the world for its
marred the road block on Temple ,
at the recipient accor-
Tuesday AprilS pared with what they were previously per per year ing. A planning session was
school board Avenue for sustained high speed driv- directional signals and brake ding to the Social Security Ad- many services in time of need
meeting, thoughIt Saturday, April 3 ? held by the committee at the
ing is just as Important as lights. Check headlights for Including disaster relief work.
wasn't greeted 'with enthusiasm for the Lucille Lovell Fund ministration.This Holiday Inn this morning.
strong enough to send him Drive. readying it for the winter proper aim and brightness. It Is estimated that the 10 year, with the increase, The late Winston Churchill once
No and no months, according to RichardL. rise in retirement the will rise to $919 said, "Where there Is a need,
to the county; commission and one was injured percent pensions average Glover states that funds
Amwine, of marketing there Is The Salvation "
city council meetings. New improper driving charges were manager --Check wlndshelld wipersand approved last month by per beneficiary. Army.
raised locally will to help
and sales for the Tampa The
housing for school bus main- brought against either driver washers, replacing defective Congress, will add approxi- Total payments throughout the support the varied Salvation public Is asked to give
tenance has been discussed at because of the road block for region of BP Oil Corporation, blades. mately $150,000 a year to the local area, based on tile num- Army services, Including ma- generously to support the fund
The Standard
' school board meetings for several the fund drive to pay for Mrs. a major subsidiary of total that local residents have ber who were on the pensionroll home for drive starting Monday and con-
ternity care unmar-
; years. Lovell's kidney transplant, according Oil Company --Have car thouroughly been collecting. as of tile early part of tinuing through May.
r Priorities of school buses to the Starke Police A "check up" before starting washed to eliminate salt deposits 1970, will add up to about $1- ried mothers, rehabilitation .
.( and police cars might cause Department. sustained high-speed, turn- that tend to cause rust The estimate is based on 650,000 tills year, a consider- centers for men, emergency o -
;'. disagreement, H.A. Lawson Marie W. Watkins 53, Wor- plke-type; driving can save dollars and pitting of chrome. Have car figures for the local area, con- able rise over the prior total lodges, missing persons ser
and tempers, says Artwlne. tained In the lastest annual vice, state and regional emergency
felt. At present tile school 001 cester, Mass., was traveling of 1500000.
New Location. \
barn" is operating in Inadequate on Adkins Street in a Ford lie recommends a complete rustproofed. report of the Social Security; disaster services, and
facilities, and Hall said, LTD, trailing a semi-truck "stem to stern" inspection to --Have tires checked, the Administration. It lists the The Increase in benefits is camping activities for children, '
in considering a new building, winnow ndnd driven get cars properly serviced for front end aligned, wheels bal number of retired and disabledworkers retroactive January.The big youth and families such as GLOVER
maybe a consolidated set-up by Roosevelt Jones, 24. the change in driving conditions anced and tires rotated per- on the pension rollsas ger checks will start going out the camp on Bedford Lake between -
should be investigated.Two men The car attempted to pass, iodically to Insure proper and well as their dependentsand during the first week of June. Starke and Keystone ELECTRIC
..' care for maintenance of 33 but was forced back Into Mrs. Arnwine said service sta- even wear. Always maintaina the amounts being paid. Additional amounts for the Heights. Hundreds of under-
tion men are trained to condi- months prior to June will be priviledged children from
buses with Raleigh Brannen, Watkins original traffic lane good spare tire.
veteran bus mechanic in and the car collided with the tion cars for high speed drivIng All)] of them will be aided issued soon afterward. Bradford County; have bencflt- COMI'LLTEREI'AIR ;
charge. rear wheels of the trailer. by checking for radiator, This year, be sure of your by the new legislation. Those There] will be no immediaterise ted from this camping program SER1'ICEWIRING .
I.I Bradford county maintenance Damage to the car was estimated transmission, crankcase and auto's health before startingout who have been receiving no in payroll taxes to pay in recent years. /HEATING:
shops have 28 vehicles to keepIn at$125; the truck none. hydraulic brake line leaks, on that much earned va- more than $768 a year, the for the larger benefits. The AIR[ ('osnUIOSISO
working order, by Pete Bar- In the only other city; wreck frayed electrical connections, cation. Don't let it be ruined current minimum, will be get- only adjustment provided for The local service unit was Moved To 314 N.
defective shock absorbers, ab- ting $845.The is a change in the income base recently organized with ]!
ton and one assistant. These during the week, the driver of or delayed because of an Ralph Walnut 24 Irs.I
Include graders, draglines an Ell Witt truck, Frank But- normal wear in steering linkageand untuned, winter weary car, Art- maximum for an Individual subject to such taxes from Diggs as chairman; Jim Wharton .
trucks, loader, police cars. laclval, 52, backed out of Oak ball Joints, worn or miss wine says. will now be $2,557 a $7,800 to $9,000, effective next Keystone Heights, vice Phone 9fl)1 .. 835
In the city maintenance shop, Street Into the path of a car ing lubrication seals; rusted year and for a couple, $4,964. January. chairman; Charlesllardy, trea-

fl Edwin Vickery has 24 vehiclesto driven by Barbara Holllngs- areas bl e............and......other or safety potential hazards trou-. "r .... ,, 0
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keep In condition for the wroth, 23, of Starke, which > ". ,
"Most of these problems r .
police fire department, and was entering Oak Street from can .. .7' .
trucks and tractors. SB-IS. be avoided by periodic inspec- > -r B '1 "
tions at local service station \ .
All set their own sched- The Hoi lings worth vehicle your > --
ule for greasing up tune-ups, as sustained $250 damages, the The or BP garage representative," Arnwine: said recommended > ..... ti fa .. / ; ,1'1' i.It, .C.
well as repair, to truck none. Butlaclval was
keep them emergency In working order charged with improper backIng vices to Insure the more following trouble-ser- : II'I I ill.. : :I : : I j "ft. : :j t : / f Sar1
for their specific jobs. .
free .
: I" I' ,
Vo-tech school's building- --Have complete engine tune- ) I. I r.u I..J';. [ ,
trades class might constructat NEW BOOKS I"'! eAGie.WE : "
carburetor and
least part of a bus-main- up : "DOLLAR DAY VALUESI".

tenance suggested.building,In Supt.such Tom a case Casey -, ADULT A Crowd FICTIONThree's (Dlsney)>; mileage automatice and choke gasoline, for optimum savings. ..: GUARANTEE 1:} EVERY PRICE CUT! >j WE CARRY IIIuQI.i"i) : ; "

materials would be the major Fenner Coxe)); Elephant Bangs In--Use 1971 unleaded gasolines only have extra low price on In",,,.Every..... "... .Department., .. ... ""' -'. fAMOUS NAT'L. BRANDS
Train (Kotzwinkle); The Bush- model cars (check own- that we A10 AL WA Y S
expense.Hall said the School Board wacked Piano (McGuane)' No- er's manuel.) The new unleaded 00 HEALTH A BEAUTY 1 PRICED LOWER"
gasolines, in their flrstyear over 2,5 I I I H..I ., .
will talk over the consolidation body Knew They Were here that all item / 1 I I "CI Cull TO
of facilities further before Olunter I I > A Member Of The of distribution, were producedto ,( ITEMS. This i means IHO a COMPASS Ploy1 THAT W' <
approaching other county; Tribe (Baum>); Frederica (Heyer assist In technological devel- > correctly I & will carry 'Sdf y .: WH'N Wl'RI AIWAyI IHOppINO' a < l ); False Colours (Heyer);The opment of emission control de- > are priced price today, I WI III A WRONG PRlce W.
Thief Who Came To Dinner vices.Have low discount TO IC" OUt CO"'CT /T/ <
.. (Smith)); Cry Of The Daugh- all electrical systems the Lame yery aYe *' rRlClCOMPITITIVI/ <
4L e
ter (Reed)); G.P. (Block). safety-checked.; Check battery .' tomorrow COMPARE EAG' '*
regularly since reserve ( COM "' ..1114c PRICES <
I DIXIEe I poweris ,LlUI CHIU asciS1 I' :; .. WITH OTH" Jf.
ADULT NON-FICTION needed during sudden summer .. O.. LOW STOAES AT ALL 11ME5 '; ; THESE PftlCUII'LL' DISCOUNT: 1T05111ViYOAY <
Oe9 I t>
storms for Windshield MAINIAINEn IN
Moments Of DUll
Knowing 'f'
:"dI THESE PRICES Will \r..h. < : ,\( AT ALL TIMEJVO1 '' '" <
(Bridge; The New Cambridge wipers, defrosters and lights. .; '"
POULTRY Modern History (Atlas); I Remember --Drain and refill crankcase 1[. <
It Well (Chevalier); with high qualiyall-seasonmo-; 7 fy+7. rr.1nW: :r.T'lltr..H"1 lmn: .;Wm: H''f <
The Making Of A Surgeon (No- /
tor oil and change oil filter '''
len); Flower Making (Lobley); giving protection for highspeed ':;; I HAil NITS 1 4, Na 2tt A. L ANACIN 100'. ..1 1.2: 1.16

I SUPPLY f Fun With Artificial Flowers driving In hot weather. 1 .1 'OAIIII HAIR .OUIIS 69t \.IU".N. 100'. 1.191.3: 1.09 3v
(Leeming)); Books For Public --Check radiators, hoses and 600' <
Z Libraries (Public Library Association fan belts periodically. Change 1 ROIIISS 1,00 69( 69e .APIA A/PIAIN 100'. 1.17 as 69( I IADOSN
); Mexican Americans anti-freeze annually for the
(Moore). most protection against cor- HAIII..AY. 1)0.. .IS .7.1.49 '. fi: \ .M..IN. 100'. .50 I.U 1.13

I WILL BE ADULT REFERENCE roslor. .!.. MISS' CUIIOL I..S 1.1. 99t .. ,\nLlNoL 100' !uou'2.2: <

Harper Encyclopedia Of The -Clean or replace air filter .1
i CLOSED !i iI Modern World.JUVENILE. to allow adequate air into the /_ \; Lunll CIIMI HAIR SPRAY 57. 6)5 SOt =- ,I I C "OWD"I 240 ...7H )leI <

NONFICTIONMary engine for proper combustionof t.H'AD a IHOULOUS LOTION e l. i..! 1.331.09 .l6,1 MAALOX 11 ... 1..1 I.U: 9ge'oj

I i iNeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeZ Come Running (Merrill fuels 'J ....IIiCK SHAMPOO. 70', I.U 9h 891 ((1, 'ALKA' ,SILTZIA u. 1.c ne 4ge '
SATURDAYS ); 700 Science ExperimentsFor --Have a complete chassis 600 tz.
Everyone (U.N. Educational lubrication, checking differential %. t.\\ HAIR D.USINOY, ... I.U .4e 89c 'IIHAMINT 16. 4.e s.. 381
Organization). ;
1"1.\ J .
Joints and grease fittings 'j DIP In OIL .331.0 9ge "" 'k :- MTLANtA LIQUID 12 .,. 191 .,. 1.S9
8 .;. .;:- ">" :::; rl,
OIL 0' OlAT .r nt,hf 4 ... L50: 2.N 2.67 lr z:: M.UMUCIL 14... 3.1e 2.71 2.73.L
-{.. I..O.NS L01l0H 9Y, a. 1.19 +3811 (. IIIODOL MINTS 100. e94 U.8Se

" NOTICE i iI \ -=::.::' SUNTAN Loa.;:: 0"2.011 UO 99C I.;4y fo4'4"" CAI"U PILLS )0'. 5.e 47. 47e

; ( LIMON IitVYNSKINRIfHIN1A ." ... 1.99 I II K".: VICKS POIMULA ..44.. 6 u. ...11,31.1,49CASHMIRI

Outside I .// 10UQun ..OWDII 1.001011.. 1..._ : ....'CONTAC CAIfUIi10'. ..".o 991
To \
r \\i
Property rs 1 DUIA GLOSS POLISH ... .:." .
4. 4ge S7C f D.nAN TAILns 24. ,II S I II 1 1.01
liMO V"0 .
I .
.- \ """11III _
(. clln TOOTH"AI" "(0. o. MINT 1.0. 771 66t. ': .( n: 40. 1.1. 97( 8ge

Any Municipality I TOOTHPAITI. FAMILY SIZE 1.0' Ue 66t (' "";. .:.J II.OLlD.NT. "."emY SI.. I.'. ... 8ge1

II. ,- eICOLOA" 1.09.7E 79t D'NTU- CIIM. ... 71C 68e
\ I '
: \ .. TOOTH..AITI. 1.09s4 69C ,f\ 'ASTIITH 2... ..c n. 78e .

Every Person constructing any new I .Plus WHIM /9t66t 66t '\ / \ !tIIf'/Lna 4:: I'NU" OINTUIl ADNISIVI III ne 73tTHIIMODINT (

q 9746 74t \ I "OHT GUARD ... .09 lie 7ge.k.
I building addition moving in
an or a
..: fINfODYNI tiC 7SC 7Se .)t". ,.-- -_zSIGHT= OUARO 7... 6591,3'

I '(ILlST"'N'' I. e.. 1.1997( 84C r, IIO P:. IIIAN, AN11. a". I..I.IS: 99fR
Mobile Home must obtain a building
H LIST"'N'' 20.L I.591.1199t S i1 AUlD UUA DIY 9... 1.791.4 '

fC011 MOUTHWASH 11 .a .... 1.0 88e DNS DIAL ANT" II""UHT 6... 11.2. I.OJ'9ge.' ...
mit in the Tax Assessor's Office Court- I i
? :'M'CIIN' 6ea U. I. 68t "\ =r ,q
,; /' l..o 1'. laJ 'COHOMY 891oP.R,0
house. TOOTH$1USHIS 334 371 1t un Powell .03 I.U l
I .
:'"' lal IAIY OIL M.dium fH 7IC 71C
....... "" 7' .
WILTTOOTNII ... JJe 1 ) las UIT UIAM 75.59. Sge

UsltBSS s 3a 35 c 1 .0 .OlA1S aAaY 10TT11 3+4 -
They must also check the Zoning of the I 30o w-
1 ...
OIUITTI TlCH UND S'S I.OC 7.4 7ge ""'" vial VA..O.UI Iv .SC Uc 49c"c..A
Area / SUPIR. STAIHLIIS "S 2.14 1.7: 1.75 .' .-- P H./AU"IST 24. ./' 1.1. .1613
not including Municipality.
any 011l1T1I ADJUIUILI .AZOII 1.9310 1.S6 .!l IINon I Z I c.. Ue 7.4191 15

I \GIILITTITICHMATICRA5OR' .:It ..71.87 ( II I; 2/300/ .!n J "NUUIS 30'. .Ie I..' .88

COST OF PERMITUp .. 'VWILIIINSON 10NCln ILADIS 1.191. 1.19'' ) COLOAn SHAY' CUAM 11... 7'e 5ge 501A."Q.CURAD

"' : ASST IANDAOn 7ge "e 591 ,.' ,c-- VITALII KING Sill ... I..' .39

to $ 1,000. $ 2.50 per M ;r'r AMM.NI .OWDU II... A. Lt+ 1.09 _" ) ..... "'IIA'O"" Anu SHAY' Llm. .2S1.0e 89t'I

jj. "' AIATlON'HIU"01/T0"IS"/ 63 .St1.28 1 OILIIITI DRY LOOK 7... 1,4. 1.30 .09

From $1,001 to 15,000. 2.00 per M 'I f/tt! 10""S COTTON IWAII loss u.6a! 49t nUT U..LAIH ON UG 1... .aa '

From $15,001 to 50,000. 1.50 per M !1..0 \ UND-AIDI h".II.. lSeUe 68t '." !'IO"" HAIR OIIA11 1Je I.e S7C

From $50,001 up 1.00 per M CAM HO.H'NIOU' I... 5'.14'. 47C. 1 \IOO COUNT SUINIVINIIOIf/PI/INV/lOPll 494 Ue 39C'U.

IOnLi 2... .Ujs.. S8t '"" COUNT 191 ft. 391
JOHN TORODE, Chairman, Powell 2.. 51. TIC 78C 'nII.W.o' PINS All ...... 494 n. 39

.* 7'.f TASLITI JO' +.e "419e j j cue PINS ,49l 40e 40C

Bradford County Zoning Board. '. .. : :: \ NOTIIOOIII
.-* TAMIAK 40' a S.I.r .n ua 1.49 u5 211211



Our edlfcd

I Point WLh of view J mrnvsm i I. -

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/Dry DRAINAGE DISTRICT 4, 1913), people all sorts of good. luck,

Reducing "Pot" PenaltyIs CELEBRATION Mr. J.W. Ahrare assumed and to John a good wife, .
With the rainy; Mason approaching charge of the local postofflce A few accidents occurred.
It 1* Interesting to Tuesday morning July 1. Mr. Mr. N.W. Hackett ran over a
Chance To Take.The SM note thatworkontheEastStarte N.B. Hull the retiring postmaster 0 rfne tree about half a mile
Dangerous Drainage District had just been had all the accounts: from town broke Ms kayo
completed 87 years ago and In such good order that the and all had to walk home. One

Joint legislative drug abuse task high, as was the incidence of venereal the following account was carried transfer of the property; was young lady got her mouth sealed
In the July 26 1914lanr up with syrup so she could
an easy matter.
'force has endorsed a bill to reduce diseases. There was marked interfer- of The Telegraph Mr. Alvarea has secured two not talk for five minutes, and

I the first offense penalty possession ence with personal cleanliness,groom- "The 'draimge project east good assistants. F.P. Shatter Is she came near having lockjaw.

;of marijuana, while at the same time Ing, dressing and study habits or of Starfce having come: to an one. He was poatmuter at Mad- One young gentleman,got soma
'pointing out that the endorsement did work habits or both." end the contractor G.C. Livingston boa during Grover Cleveland'sfirst of the stickiest ever
\ discharged the great term and Is well known had! .
not condone use of the controversialdrug. 1
A spokesman for the American Medi- E er portico of his force Saturday and liked by our cltisens. gSngsrr boilings are certainly] (
; 7.:,t'j i TUtyr aftemoon. .
cal Association said the study Is "the r Helen
jp "The camp south of the Matt Mrs Relnoehl la again -
"We simply believe In prevention first real evidence, based on good GrlflU place consisted of about an assistant In tile office
treatment, and rehabilitation rather research, of the harmful effects of .)e't 50 Irishmen who bad been hard after an absence of about a OWL OUTWITTED ,
medi- and skilled workers honest and year, during which time she. '
memberof smoking marijuana. Heretofore .
than creating criminals, a had made Jacksonville her BY MR. MOORE .
the committee said. cine has been able to say only that good-natured.their services In recognition of home. She Is accurate and quickIn (From The Telegraph 1914)).
there was no good evidence of harm her work and always courte: For some time Mr. L.V. ,:
treated them to a bountiful collation -
Moore had noticed that his chickens
The Implication .Is that young people from smoking pot. Now we have some ous. and ksweredlsappear-' -

might be damaged more by being sentto evidence." "The occasion: was enlivened ing, and tu length discoveredthat
Jail on a first offense marijuana by songs by professors Pat Mr. Hull had the office for a large owl was making

charge than by being let off with a Although the report is alarming e- "'*r Cleary, Paddy Flannagan. and many years and his father be- nightly raids upon Ms poultry
nough on Its face the most dangerous cti Patrick 0Rourke. Dr. Patrl- fore him. He made a very competent coops. '.
lesser penalty. cus: Mulligan discoursed' on the postmaster, and If there) The owl always made his
element of marijuana of is
course singular absence of redbugs had been no change In the national after nightfall and
Something might be said for this that In many; cases It leads to experimentation ,-....----. '' "-:" .,----. .....".+w".,.. I n fl II this season, and Pat O'Reilly administration he would all appearance attempts to shoot the robber
philosophy but at the same time we with, and possible addiction gave his reasons for having have been good for another proved abortive.

fear that any relaxing of a penaltyfor to the so-called.; "hard drugs." TIME TO CUT DOWN to sleep In a ditch the Saturday arm. Finally Mr. Moore conceivedthe

the use and possession of a drug-- The usual route of those who go beyond "A night number before.of darkles were Idea of trapping ;ute bird
marijuana is LSD some other hal- and placed a steel trap on top
"mIld"might remove or
how outskirts
matter the
no on and amusedthe
of a tall pole that was a favor-
some of the deterrent effect for young lucinatory drug, and finally heroin, LIKE IT OR NOT party by the playing of a ARE GREAT FUN ite perch of the owl, and the

people, and give the Impression that the addictive killer. game In which little cubical (From The Telegraph Dec. robber was caught In the trap

society: ; Is more or less condoning That Time Change Is Hero pieces of bone with marks on 5, 1890.) the very first evening.
them Tame
were used. coons Tuesday night a large partyof ;
with the world of It is true that the first-time user
their experiments and seeing the sun hound dogs, and razorbacka
Here we go agalnl! one morning, young and old folks wended
drugs.In of marijuana or "pot) as It Is com- At 2 aim Sunday, Apr. 25, high In the sky, thought of moving were much In evidence. Noneof their way out to Mr. Rieing'sbeautiful MAJOR AUSTIN'S
monly called, may have been dragged millions) of Americans will besetting clocks ahead at least one the "byes" (boys) had to place for the purposeof MELONS MENACED
spite of Its "defenders," recent into it by "friends," and might not their clocks ahead one hour to extend the working day. sleep In a ditch that night-- "sweetening up." (From The Telegraph, 1914).
reports Indicate that marijuana Is suf- fully realize the seriousness of his hour marking the' start of Now the Idea Is not so much there was" no occasion to go Several of the ladles went The peaceful slumber of Major -
to it in the act. But under our present court system daylight saving time. more time to work, but more to Starke. In the afternoon and were treat Hans Austin was rudely disturbed -
ficiently dangerous This will mean either an time to play. Industrious Ben- (Editor's note: This drainage ed to ,Juice, sugar, and "llck- on Monday night by Elder -
felony class of crimes. A few of our Judges have the discretion of hour's more sleep or an hour's jamin wouldn't have approved project consisted of the construction um". The rest came after dark Williams, who raised a hue
legislators, however, seem determinedto dismissing such cases or of puttingthe less sleep before rising. Sunday of that. of 35 miles of ditchesIn and found the place lit up by and a cry when he discoveredsome
make first offense possession of defendant on probation if there morning Ifs too confusing for It was not until 150 years the East Starke Drainage bonfires and the huge packinghouse miscreant In the Major's

marijuana) no more serious than a are mitigating circumstances. ThereIs Oils reporter so figure It out larer during World War 1 t that District.) cleared: for dancing anda melon patch. The thief was
no real need for changing the pre- for yourself. Franklin's Idea was adopted by big fire In the chimney. frightened away and left so
traffic .
Some folks who detest the the United States to save fuel NEW POSTMASTERNOW They stayed until It was near unceremoniously that he
sent law which might possibly serveas
time change will "cuss" as for lighting and heating. The IN CHARGE ly morning, then took their dropped two fine melons that
a. report released Monday, two a deterrent to young people In they set the clock ahead and Idea spread confusion,. how- (From The Telegraph, JulyFarmers\ departure wishing these. kind he had plucked from the vines. ;

Philadelphia psychoanalysts said that some cases. some who like It will KO to ever because different parts of
studies of 38 Individuals showed bed with a satisfied smile. the country set up their own
case Those who remain confused systems. DST lapsed after the
serious mental disturbances Including The lenient legislators who are plugging about the c change can help keep war and was not revived again Diary nat
psychosis In some cases, accompanying for more lax marijuana laws straight by remembering In until World War II.

heavy marijuana smoking. are using a strange argument In their the spring' the hour hand Cool nights lately have helpedto that time. A number of per-

efforts to lessen pot penalties: They "springs" forward one hour, Now however a resolulon keep the berry plants In sons and organizations have
f"These patients consistently showed that students worry about being and In the fall the hour hand calling for year-round DST) has fair production and as prices requested that the market be

very poor social Judgment, poor attention caught say under today's laws becausea "falls back" the same amount. been approved by New York held up to a pretty good lev- rebuilt.
Four states Indiana. Arla- City's Council Committee on el, some of the growers apparently
span, poor concentration, confusion felony conviction carries with it a zona. Hawaii, and Michigan- General Welfare Advocates say have had a much bet- Sec

anxiety, depression apathy, lifelong stigma. We always thought will assert their Independenceby year-roi&id DST would act as a ter season financially than was
passivity. Indifference and often spoke that the purpose of the law against by remaining on remiar time deter ren ,to crime, enable women thought likely about a month The suggestion that It the
with slowed or slurred speech" the marijuana is the same as laws against to heck with trying: to save who are .fearful of going ago. From reports growershad facility Is rebuilt. stalls beset
researchers said. They also listed other crimes to discouragesuch an hour of daylight. out after dark to shop at later a good experience with the up so that small farmers -
Accoring to some historians varieties and that can sell produ6e"lrectlyto
Inability ( hours permit children to go newer plant
among symptons an acts. the original Idea of Daylight home from school In daylight : means the old Florida 90 Is consumers, Is an Interesting -
to bring thoughts together; a paranoid Saving began with Benjamin during the winter, and on Its way out. By; Sam McGarvey\ one. The market at Jacksonville -
suspiciousness of others and a regression Franklin In the early days of In reducing traffic accidents, or so and the business places operates that way, but
into.a more infantile state." In: view of.the"Justreleasedreportof : ,the i Nation* "'While serving as and speed the flow of homecoming see along the highway have been,-win, \, ,t that$, case the farmers also

These symptoms,..,.they. .pointed) out, .. ",the.Philadelphia psychiatrists we, U.S; ". Ambassador In Paris, commuter auto traffic. busy and glad of it. Of course. .sell a lot of produce dlrect-
'Franklin supposedly awoke late Judging by''the soil at our everyone Mr wondering, how h-r y..,"Storekeepers.J: ; :
were not present before the subjects JIoPe that' our legislators will take'a ... a
place, the water table Is down much extra traffic will result
began using marijuana. second look at the marijuana bill and and It will take some heavy when Disney World Is opened see
realize the dangerous trap they mightbe Annual Art Show Observes rainfall to bring It back up to this fall and hoping It will
Sexual promiscuity was also a frequent setting for young people who need Its normal stage. We base that put new life In the many service We had the old problem ofa

symptom among the subjects all the discouragement possible to National Library Week observation on test holes that stations along the high water pump which Just quit
land the "Incidence unwanted pregnancies prevent them from being sucked Intoa are dug nightly at our place way. running last week, ande\erjone
by armadillos In their search living out In the country /knows
among' female patients was drug whirlpool that has no bottom. for brubs. Usually these holes e e what emergency that poses.

"'1 go Just below the surface of This time, Sam decided to do
the ground but now the armored There has been no announce- It the easy way and calleda

iAre: Billboards On diggers are digging! holes ment as yet on whether the water pump repair company!
Interstates about a foot deep. State Farmers MarketatStarkewill In Starke. The repairman was
I l lq be rebuilt. At the recent here In a very short time, the
1iL eec County Fair, Agriculture Commissioner pump was fixed and the bill

Worth $10 Million Loss To Florida ? Doyle Conner was we received was moderate. It
( Speaking of dry weather, Sam questioned on It and he said Is good to know that such good
was driving home from Starkeone that no decision had been made service is available.

I How much are those unsightly billboards hard to understand the reluctance of afternoon last week, near

on the highway worth to the legislators to authorized removal of the city limits of Starke, when 'Holiday On Ice' Has Played
he heard a rather weak wall
State of Florida? Certainly not $10 unsightly signs that not only louse up from a siren and quickly pulled I

million dollars. the scenery but are a traffic hazard over to the side of the road In All Parts 01 The World"Holiday
because they distract the atten- to let the Bradford County Vol-
U.S. Transportation Secretary John tion of drivers who should keep their unteer Fire truck pass. It had On Ice" skating revues -
been called out to fight a brush have played before more
Volpe has made It clear that states on the road.
eyes fire. Our point Is that the fire people in more cities, In more
not complying with Federal billboard truck needs a much louder siren countries: and on every continent -
regulations will lose ten per cent of We are forced to the conclusionthat q n / It It Is to gain attention ills is a boast that few

their Federal road funds from now on some legislators either think the along busy US-301. organizations In the world canequal.

outbut some Florida legislatorsseem Federal government is bluffing and Since Its humble begin-
not to be taking this threat will not enforce its Interstate sign seeSam ning In Milwaukee, WIs. 25
Around 100 entries, Including pointing and ceramics, or. years ago, It has grown and
seriously enough. regulations or are afraid It will be on display through April 25 at the Bradford County LibraryIn sat In on a Joint meetIng grown until now It'. the largest -

politically unpopular to authorize removal observance of National Library Week "You Have the of Bradford and Union county producer of Ice shows
Federal regulatons' are aimed at of the offending signs along Interstate Road." commissioners last week and live entertainment from
keeping signs at least 600 feet away routes.Admittedly Right to and It was good to see the here to Tlmbuctoo -- and It
Fift..n artists are represented In the exhibits which Include
spirit of cooperation which exists has appeared there also.
from Interstate highway righta-of-way. still lifos, portraits, landscapes, and abstracts.The now between the two boards. The number one company of
The Federal government will reimburse publuc Is Invited to view the annual Art Show during Apparently the 50 years which this entertainment colussus In p

billboard owners whose signs Federal enforcements of National Library Week. have elapsed, since the battles Its 26th edition finery Is now

are removed but the slate legisla- the law has been somewhat lax In the over whether the court- playing at the Jacksonville
ture must authorize such removal. past, but Mr. Volpe says that funds QaAA ', :tI.-JP'3 .M"ItICI..I.C." ; .ccm/Ii/, house should be In Lake But- Coliseum through Sunday April .
ler or Starke. have wiped out 25.When. nr
are now available to reimburse sign the old antagonism and the county Morris Chalfen together -
States that do not cooperate with owners and he Intends to Impose the 9 dC'u \\ ; officials are ready to work with the late Emery GIl-
X :
the Interstate regulations are penal- ten per cent penalty; We hope that he together to solve commonprob- bert founded "HOLIDAY ON

ized under the highway beautification means what he says, for that is the ..... lems. ICE" In 1945, he Immediately y

law by losing ten per cent of their only way offending signs will ever be ; ; rose to the fore as the most

Federal highway funds. In the case forced from the Interstates. ..... .......-...... ....---OIIM- __.,__ ____ _r ___.___"" seeThe Imaginative or ice and snows ambitious in the producer U.S.-
of Florida, this would amount to approximately winter which Just end- This distinction alone would

$10 million for the next When finally convinced that Mr.Volpe Don't forget our Country men, age group' 7-18, and will ed (we hope) was one of the Insure him an Important chap.
fiscal year. A pretty; high price for means business and Florida .is faced a Western Dance Saturday night, meet twice monthly (2nd and most severe on record as to ter In the history of show business -
having our scenery blocked from the $10 million loss in Federal road funds Apr. 24, from 9 till 1. $3 per 4th Mondays, 7 p.m. Any of damage to pastures lawns and However. Chalfen's ambitions -
couple. Bill McRae, Shorty Roller our members to In did not stop when his
having Interested golf courses. the case of
of tourists by huge signs adver-
eyes perhaps our reluctant legislators will Dean O'Neal and Company sons may contact Pro Herb lawns It Is said the damagewas Ice show had captured the hearts
tising everything from beer to bra- finally move. If they don't, the wrath will be back providing the hand- Herres. so great at many places of the American public. In IMS veiled that

ssieres. of the voters should be much more clapping\ music. So don your that the grass will have to be he set about the dedicated task could be produced so great In a spec Calcutta.table

formidable than that of a few billboard dungarees and hot pants and A recommendation was madeto replanted. Thepresentdryspell1s of bringing Ice show entertainment As a- result of Mr. Chalfen's
With $10 million In Jeopardy It is owners. Join the other hayseeds. the Board of Directors at retarding the recovery of to the millions of determination the productionhas
the April board meeting to pasture grasses people the world over who been built into the largest
Stop the pre..1! Super Scoop! change Section 19 of the cur- otherwise might never have Ice show operation In the world.
NNSNHNN* eee seen an Ice show. In order to
We had a Hole-In-One registered -
rent by-laws to read: "The At all times there are two shows
Saturday, April 17, by directors shall be eight\ In number accomplish this Mr. Chalfen running in America, one In the
The Bradford County Ed Logsdon of Keystone Traffic on US-301 has been Mr. Gilbert and associates Far East
.: .:::::: and shall Include the president and two In Europe and
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED C 1o : 1'1.II Heights. Ed aced No. 2. using of the Ladles Golf Association. booming during the past month pioneered the building and use from time to time there are up
;..... :-. an eight\ Iron. Congratulations! The remaining shall of giant! portable snow Ice could rinks so to six separate units operating
that their plaIn >
IfrtflMatter rti be chosen by a plurality; of My Neighbors In the throughout the world. In the
.... Gertie McRae won second: 'the votes cast at the electionof If no any Ice faculties existed even Spring of 1959, with the trIump- dheliiUeFLORI runner-up on April 13 In the directors. there. hant appearance of the show In
Ladles Invitational at the University "At the annual meeting of They tonfounded their critics the Lenin Stadium In Moscow
I know that Thou canal do
ej9 who said that Ice shows could
ES S members In 1971 directors "HOLIDAY ON ICE"
A Golf & Country Club seven became
every thing, and that no never be staged In the open-air
In Jacksonville Congratulations shall be elected for one the first and only Ice; spectacleto
T O N thought can be wlthholden. again! year. Thereafter the President arenas of Spain and Africa. play on every continent and In
A S S O Many have been the problemsand
from Thee.-(Job 42. 2.) shall automatically serve asa every major country of the
Our Heavenly Father, being director for one year following 0 technical difficulties, but world. .-
With the help of Jack Ha- all have been overcome.: In Calcutta Each
omniscient, knows when we Ms retirement and six directors production usually originates -
sen, LM. Gaines, and Bill Ep India for example the in
L-J:: MAflULWa: tdik.r hasaae sincerely struggle again the person, our members' sons shall be elected teach Ice show took over a section Europe the U.S.later'where going to
annual of the a
r1rH.Nl .... ''III.&q. ........... r teeny evil thoughts and desires that have organised a Junior Golf to meeting for members of the Central Park ('The Me-. Is completely year It
serve a periodof restaged with
tales at,.. Feet OTflee at Matte. vistlfa. iimiall. u.; being I omnipotent. Association. Officers electedat one year." dan). and with the blessing of costumes; artists and music new

ruler .&Ii., Ma*** fled. In His boundless mercy He their April 12 meeting were the city fathers "Holiday On HOLIDAY ON ICE has received -

.... "Ik.. ... frees exeat I ,..... IM| o..u. will help us when we truly Ed Terry Watts Games and David Paul Canova.Gaines, Don't forget Bingo every Wednesday Ice" built a huge Ice stadium a warm welcome where-
traaeareai. 1 ieae,4r.8/. repent and strive again for night. A $1 card will seating over 8,000 people. For ever It fIa.traveled leaving behind
righteousness.r The Ladles Golf Associationwill give you an entire evening of Incidentally, fellows eight weeks the show played to It a name for the finest In
be sponsoring the young fun. what are they 'unfair'about?" a capacity<<; audience which mar Ice show entertainment.-

r Page 10 Telegraph April 22, 1971

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A chicken and flab dinner L A nj If T E Y ..- ---- Try d fit t Him '"' 1&:!!.! .*. uh''
I I ?
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served Saturday, Apr. .,j.J.M..H*
2.:11fn: : pyfan
Ii ajn.. till i] nvat By E""" Bta hard CommunityBy i
' the Lawtey Church God. A.
I' dults, 1.50: ; chldren, $.UMMwBMBBMH A

q __'..w......... ,..._.. in Lake City; with his parents 1
I BD IBBBfln8HMBiB Mr. and Mrs. Otis Boyett, and 1
his brother-in-law and sister, 1. 1
FLORIDATHEATRE &L4 Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Rentlers
,..f and family of Charleston, S.C.
By Elizabeth (;livens Walter : .4 R
.. ; Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Dobbs 1 I y t.
,";. were visiting his brother Clarence xaaa: crxx: :: *. i :::. I. 1
;' ''r.
:' Dobbs In Sanderson during
'S',',';" ., .. 0, '0,,, \. ,:;. the week. Sunday visitorsof I
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 'fjt:: L; the Dobbs were Casey Dobbs GIRL SCOUTS Ebenezer Baptist Church, I
Girl Scouts
of Troop 626
Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00FRLSAT.SUN. and daughter Terry of Jackson are
; Rev Leroy Davis Pastor.Monday
I asked to meet each Tuesday I
: ville. at Greater Allen Chapel AME night Bible Class; Thurs-
; ; : \ N.D. Godwin of Palm Springs. Church at :5 p.m. We are mak- day night Prayer meeting; I 1 ii 4'r a, 1
APRIL 23 24 25 '. Calif is spending: some time ing plans for the May Day Thursday night before the first I
); In the vicinity; visiting his brootherInlawand Activity.; We need your help. Sunday First Born Church will I
"l sister Mr.and render service. Sunday May 2
EUU.ITTAND i ,:' '\,! Mrs. J.H. Eunice and family CHURCH NOTICES the Woman's Day Program will 1 I
and other relatives. terminate The Morning speaker -
uPr o Greater Bethlehem Free Will will be Missionary Evange-
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phillips Baptist Church. Rev. Jasper line Grimes of Keystone Choice Lots Available
: fM and children of Macclen- Williams pastor Each Monday Heights. The 3 p.m. speaker
\tny visited Mrs. O.J. Phillips night Senior Choir rehearsalat will be Mrs. Rosa Stevens of In The New

BONNIE Saturday afternoon. 7:30. tuesday night Choir Jacksonville. The Captains are
No. 3 and Junior Ushers Board asking all members to pleasesee
AND Mrs. Blanche Phillips has No. 2 will meet at 7:30.: Wed them before Sunday. Crosby Lake Cemetery
returned to her summer homein nesday night prayer meeting,
,.. Max Newport (seated I.ft), president of. the lawt.)" Waynesville N.C. and her 7:30.: Thursday night, Ladles Deacon Haywood Brooks is
CLYLiTogetherness : PTA, and Mr*. ld.ll BoyoH, PTA Historian are pictured, friend who spent the winter Circle will meet at 7:30 at the sick In the V.A. Hospital In $$100 Per Single Grave Space
with Mr. Raulston (left), of the Baker County" PTA, and with her, Mrs. Winifred Allen home of Sister Clarence Cov- Gainesville. We are hoping for
Rep. C.n. Shaw at a recent PTA Stat. Convention in Tollohots to Canton, N.C. Ington. Friday night Junlorand his speedy recovery. With Perpetual Car Arailobl At
Senior Choir will meet. Sen-
Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly ior Ushers Board, the Junior The Starlight Gospel slngerof Small Additional Cost
I attended the Masters Golf Tour- Choir and Junior Ushers Board Broxton Ga. will appearat
Lawtey Elementary PTA will nament In Augusta Ga. and will practice In an Anniversary The First Born Church of It Is Always Advisable To Make A
meet In the school cafetorlum returned on Monday afternoonof activity; at New Bethel the Living God on Saturday
on Tuesday April 27, 7:30 p. last week.Visiting Baptist Church at 8 p.m. Sat- night, April 24. at 8 p.m. Also Selection Before Actual Need Arises
m. Come and bring someone urday dinners will be servedat on 25th at 7:30 jx.m. the
else. Mrs. A.C. Kirkland 12:30.: Each family Is asked Excelsiors Gospel singers of
11111.DREARKEFRISAT. and family on Sunday were Mr. to bring a covered box. Ser- Jacksonville will be appearingat LOTS SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT
CHURCH ACTIVITIES and Mrs. W.A. Kirkland of O-
vices will terminate with Miss the above Church. Come one,
Grace United Methodist: Sun- cala. Bethlehem Contest. The con- come all.Greater.

day services Schol 11 9:45 a.m.a.m.and;7:30 Worship: p.m. Recent dinner guests of Mr. testants Lula Cuffee are and Darline Paula Charter For Information Contact Any Officer

MYF 6 p.m.. Children's choir and Mrs. W.A. Mosley were Reed. Allen Chapel Church Of The Lake Assn. Inc.E. .
23-24 Each Crosby Cemetery.
APRIL practice Wednesday right after Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voglerand contestant is asked to Rev. C.E. Jenkins Pastor. Sun- ,
DOUBLE FEATURE school; Senior Choir 6:30 family and Mr. and Mrs. give a 15 minute talk on any day School 10 a.m. Morning
p.m.L: Prayer meeting 7:30: p. Johnny Wyke and children of subject matter content and the service at 11. Evening serviceat L. Moth.wi. Prtidnt 964.6305

f.A.I.I ) ()N,', -Pastor Don Denton. and new Mrs.Smyrna B.E.Beach Reddish and Mr.Mr. financial presentation part of will the second-The gation 6. The will pastor go to and Bethel congre-Bap- L. O. Hoi.n, Vic Pr.s. 964-7352

.......-.-......--. Church of God: Sunday School and Laurence Mrs.Mosely.Clyde Griffls and ary attend Everyone our services.Is invited tist Church Friday night, April A. J. Thomos, Sec)". Teos.964.5101STARKE'S
A FOUR STAR EXCELSIOR RELEASE 10 a.m., Worship services 11 23.
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Family
ajS EASTMANCOLOR"ONE Night Wednesday 7:30: >p.m>
Pastor Carl D. Finch.
Highland Baptist: Sunday
School 9:45 a.m., Worship ser- a '
SINCE 'SHANE' !" vices 11 am. and 7:30 p.m., '
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: FOOD '
Entertainment-Hollywood Today. p.m. followed by choir prac- LOWEST
tice. Pastor Raymond Caudlll.

lDm! BOONE EXCEL !" Friend.PERSONALS are sorry to learn FAIR PRICES !
-Lot Ang l.i Tlm' of the Illness of L.M. McClellan -

,.. In Baptist Memorial Hospital 320 S. WALNUT ST.
.D 'u'',I. : 0 = In Jacksonville / e
r Starring Academy Award Winner Mrs. O.J. Boyett and Mrs. SUPERMARKETS

g=' SANDYDENNISHtfclWRT Max Newport were PTA dele
wa gates to the State meeting In Tallahassee on April 13 and ONUS sure OOOO THRU WIDMISOAV APRIL 3S, 171. QUANTITY IIONTS ISIIVID..,
14. While they were there they
511 a IR >....JSSBEL'KAUFMAN""'''"TAO MOSEceas'A. were Capital taken accompanied on a tour by Representatives of the- tow maim iviwo tow ma> mirm iw men mirnr itw mat 1 mimr uw mail nnittr u*ma*v tvttntt ttw ftim i mnur it*MMCIt
4I -. ,,
,;;J Eugene Shaw and SLICID1/4 BEEF *MtV PMM
the pleasure of sitting In on Ltn1 LIVER
several Committee meetings.
SUN., MON. APRIL 25,26"one Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Priest
Lamar Priest and Chuck Nor-
B ton were Saturday overnight
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. P.H. mirm tow raicif r n r r tow mcifl nurur uw mcir V mtrur low mat m tvurttriow nut fl WITM* i w MKIIV V
Day and family. They attended -
the Art Festival and en- IM*il* < Family SI** COMVMINA FRESH
Joyed a fish supper Saturday SCOTT INSTANT DRIVlMNESTEA" TOMATO .
woman "healthily night and Sunday dinner. TOWELS -***" PASTE EH MILK
erotic." Mrs Johnny Jenkins of Jack- .
Kinaev sonville Monday with '" & \
-Llf spent Mr. '"
'' sex Magazine and Mrs. O.J. Anders. _.f: .. J' "If 1..! 01( :
teurvey.. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett -
.. ... ..
r r Nr, son and daughter-in-law, -
wNfSM1I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bennett, ORBONELESS BONELESS
F r and Mrs. George Lastinger of SIRLOIN CHU..K/ ''''
Age Holly-In-The-Hllls, spent the SHOULDERSTEAKS FULL CUT ROUND /'
L.wwnaY weekend with Mrs. Hattie Dar-
AND ley and Miss Slnnah Prescott
uour.-. mw..Nu and visited other relatives here. STEAK ROAST
Mr. and Mrs Jack Brassel
Montrose and Jack Jr. of Vir-
Ill ginia spent Wednesday to Mon trtaro $ son. ftQ
D day with Mrs. T.L.Walnwrlght. 1.18 r 109 ro zterIf11Al
u/.I.O ub.rt Mr. and Mrs. O.J. IO4 lilt!! U LaIYUnAY. 58i1
(.11r/N/ I.YW NIn.C..Ylnu.o Boyett
I ,. U.J.CHOICI H1 LB ,,.
; JNL l.TAw1.1.M .I MWIn.IW..r.-r. and children spent their vacation unfarr LS '
with friends and rela-
A R, Why tives In Gulf Port Miss.; Lake
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Reddish Andrews Mattie E. Sowell Oliver Underhill I

Reddish R. Andrew, 66. of Mrs. Matte E. Sowell. 80, Oliver Underhill 80, of

Starke died Thursday.' AprU of Brooker died Sunday in Ala- Starke, died Thursday, AprU CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS. CHURCH OF GOD FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JORDAN MISSIONARY CHURCH OF CHRIST .._. ..
8 In'a Gainesville hospital chua General Hospital. A resident 8, In a local hospital after an CHURCH MISSIONU.S. Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.-
422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. BAPTIST
of Brooker for Sunday School, 9:43: a.m.
mans'born A native of and Communion -
extended Illness.
brief Illness. He was Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship
after a Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Morning Worship II a.m.Youth 301 North behind Tss-
Heyears, she was a member of Bradford County he was a retired 11 a.m. Evening
11 Youth Service
New River Morning Worship
In the a.m.
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday tee Freer Drive In, Sunday
Fellowship, 6p.m. Choir Practice
the Rock Primitive Baptist -
don of Bradford County and farmer and a member Service 6:00 p.m.Evening Worship Evening 7 P.m. Youth Night Wednesday 8 School. 10 a.m. Worship Service Worship service 6. ..
molt of his life. Church. of the Union Primitive Baptist 7 p.m. Wednesday Worship service ..,
lived there
Survivors include two sisters Wednesday. 7:30: p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer -
before moving to Stark* *v- Church. night Prayer Meet 7 Minister Jack P. Bell.
Mr*. Beadle Conerly of Hague Meeting, Friday 7:30: p.m. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes p.m.
eral year ago. He was a retired Surviving one daughter 7:30: p.m.IV --Rev. Y.W. Kldd pastor.
member and Mr*. Rosa Kelly Starke. Mrs. Eva Freeman; five sons, Pastor day.Leroy
farmer and a )' Luke CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Olive. pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
01 the Madison Street Baptist Funeral services were held Rodman Vasco, O.J.. Cauley, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Griffin associate pastor. CHURCH
at 4 p.m. Monday at Rock Primitive and Richard Underhill all of SMYRNA MISSIONARYBAPTIST
Church. Church ing Worship, II.Training Union. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng .
near Starke; 22 grandchildren and CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.: .
Surviving U hi. wife Cleo Brooker with Curtis Bass conducting 15 great grandchildren.Funeral 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30: ; Training DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11 a.m. Evening -
Thomas Andrews; two daughter the services. Burial services were held : Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship BROOKER Worship -James Shaw pas
*. Mrs. Maxine Kelly of was In DoUan Church Cemetery at 4:30 p.m. Sunday In the Preaching. 11 a.m. Training U- Union 11 10:15: a.m.Evening; Worship BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship tor.
Jacksonville and Mn. Gayle under the direction Hugglns- Union Primitive Baptist Church 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship a.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Services 11 a.m. and 7
Strickland Starke; two sons Copeland Funeral Home, with Elder Don Haten and 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30: Ins Worship. 11 ajn.s Evan1n P.m. Training Union, 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH

Enrln and John Andrew, both GalnosvUle.of Elder B.II. Rawls officiating. -Wilbur Dyess. pastor. Wednesday. West. Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Rev. Lacy Conway, Pastor. BROOKER FLA. .
Starke; one brother Guy Interment was In Dyal Ceme- Pastor Rev. Robert Meeting. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun

Andrew, Starke; one cuter OF THANKS tery under direction of DeWitt -Kev. J.C. Saunders pastor. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH day School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -
Mr*. Irma Moreland, Jacksonville CARD C. Jones Funeral Home. CHURCH OF GOD NEW RIVER BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor- Superintendent.Training

; and six grandchildren. take this method of OF PROPHECY. BROOKER Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng ning Worship 11 a.m. and 7 nlon 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas
May we Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Worship, 11 a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services 11
Funeral services were held thanking our friend for theirat Dora E. ToddMrs. Worship 11 a.m. Young Union 7 p.m. Evening Wor- Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday P.m.Rev.. John Ross pastor. a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw music -
2 p.m. Sunday in the New kind expressions of sympathy People's Service 6 p.m. ship 8 P.m. Wednesday Night School 11 a.m. Morning Worship director.
RK> .' Baptist Church with Rev. in our recent bereavement. Evangelistic Service 7 p.m. service 7:30: p.m. Everyone 6 p.m. Training Union
L.L. Parker Rev. W.A. Hogan. These thoughtful acts have Wednesday Prayer Meeting. welcome. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. EVERGREEN BAPTIST
and Rev. Denton Sumrall 0111been great source of com Dora E. Todd. 47, of 7:30: p.m. Come and worship L.L. Parker pastor. Wednesday -7:30: Prayer Ser Highway 125, Northwest of KE1LBRONN B4PTBT
ciating. Interment followed In fort In our sorrow and will Jacksonville died Saturday In with us. vices. Lawtey. Sunday School, 10 a.m. CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
the church cemetery with Dealwayl remain a cherished me- the Methodist Hospital. BornIn -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor. -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor Morning Worship 11:15.: Sun- Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
Witt C. Jono Funeral Hoiue mory. Valdosta, Ga. on May 6, PINE LEVEL day Night Service 7:30: p.m. Morning Worship, 11. Training
In charge. The Reddish Andrew family. 1923, she had moved from Starke GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE Sunday School 10 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, Union. 6:30 p.m. Evening Ser
to Jacksonville In 1943 where WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship II a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: P.m. Rev. Albert Knight, vice 7:30. Midweek Prayer .
.. *. -b S Se S. ..u.e she was a member of River- Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday Services Booster Band Young! Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; pastor. Service 7:30.
view Baptist Temple. School, 9:30: : Morning Worship People and Prayer Service). 6 Morning Worship 11 a.m.EvenIng -Rev. L. Tommy Howe

Pine Valley Congregational Surviving is her husband, 11; League, p.m. Night Service, p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Worship,7p.m.; Wed. Prayer LAURA BAPTIST pastor.
James W. Todd Jr.; her mother 6 p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service. Wednesday Meeting and Bible Study 7 CJIURCII
School 9:45
Mrs. Cora E.Crlbb, Way pastor. 7:30 Rev. John Strickland Sunday a.m.;
: p.m. p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. CHURCH
Morning Worship, 11 a.m.Even- OF JESUS CHRISTOF
Ga. two James
cross ; Pastor. G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone
ChurchLocated A. Todd and DwIght W. Todd FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. Worship, 7:30: p.m. MId- LATTER DAY SAINTS
Holiness both of Jacksonville; two daughters STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH week Bible'Study, Wednesday' 1404 E. Descent Road
7:30: Sunday Priesthood 8:30
Down Gravel Road By Mrs. Bertie Keith Jacksonville Sunday School. 9:45: ; Morning (Highway 100 at Theressa) Be! church Sunday. m. Sunday Sch-'i, 10 a.m. Sac-a.
off 301 and Mrs. Joan Mueller Worship, 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School- a.m.MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURru
Bradford Furniture Corp-StsrkeSponsored Fla. Charleston, S.C.; one brother MYF groups, 6 p.m. Worship 11 a.m. TrainIng Sunday Service:Sunday Sen-,.. Frank Jarvis pastor.IF rament Monday, 6 p.m. .
Mia -
Dan H. Lee Fort Worth Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Union 6:30: p.m. ; EvenIng 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 7:30 p.m. '
Texas; and one sister, Mrs. 7p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:15 Service 7:15 WE DOl Tuesday Primary 4:30 p.m.
Worship : p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening T HAVE ITve'll Wednesday
: Saturday Night Carrie Belle Waldron Way- 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday Night PrayerServices p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun- ret It for' you. Off,.. 7:30: p.m. Relief Society,

cross Ga.; and seven grand 7:45.: 7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30: p.m. Supplies. FUrnltuMu Equip Jesse D. Branson Branch
children. -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. Packham. pastor. -J.C. Brown minister ment. Bradford Ctnnty President.
7:30: Funeral services were held Telegraph.
at 2 p.m. Tuesday In Jones

.',- With The Memorial Chapel with Rev. Joe LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL ....__....__._u....... _...._. .........U_''_'_'.'_'_.'.'._.u_.u.._...u._, ..........----.-------
By Kemtone Gotpel. Williams In Prevatt officiating.Cemetery Intermentwas near Sunday HOLINESS School CHURCH 9:45 a.m.; gE t&fttwmwf-'ffttffffftt; ..:i:;:;:;:;:;:;; 1 ;;; :;;1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:11:11:1m::::;:;::::::;:::;;:;:: :mm;:;:;:;..:;:a.1:;:.C: ;::::; ,..=mm vC$'s: .s: : :: ljjllll:;:::::: :l:.-l; jll:: :jll:;;;l;;;11 ; 1 1 !;jj; 1111 1111jlj1lm1jmllg111!! !!! ]illl11 ljllj;; 1111)1f)]: .

The Gospel Starke. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth :
Sing.rsMeuengers4 Service 6 p.m.; Evening Wor- "':' ':::
ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. i fl9oetoLcishsI"d t1f .'
Featuring Gospel Sing Set Prayer Meeting 7:30 !

The SiUr
With Family At Pine ValleyA P.m.Rev.NORTHSIDE. W.B. Chauncey BAPTIST pastor. I

David & 0'Wayeroaa Bttty' Woods Bospcl sin Is set at the Sunday CHURCH Morning Worship, .:;.:..;:..;'::. "And tht lord shall guide Ih,. continually anti ;..;.:;.:.:.:. .

0 Ca. Pine Holiness Valley Church Congregational at 7:30: ) p.m. Evening 9:45: ; Sunday Worship School.6p.m.11. Sunday Train- i;.;:.:lt:.: taihfy' thy soul, 'la/ draught and malt fat thy .iiiij:.;:.;.

Saturday April 24.the Kemtone ing Union 7:30.Thursday ::;:i; bonn, and thou dolt bt like'" a waltrtd gardin, .;;.:.i:1:.'
It will feature Teachers and Officers ,:.'.:.' :::

These Stag:, will be Held Family Gospel Singers with David and and the Betty Slier; Meeting Meeting 7:30.Edward: 6:30. Prayer ; ; and liht'" a spring of water whose waters fall not." rm:

Wooda of Waycross, Ca. C. Harvey pastor.PINEHILL.CONGREGATIONAL. ** Isaiah 58.11. :
) Each Month. 9 The church Is located off :::::: wJ. ::

US-301 north of Starke down a 9 .
gravel road by the Bradford ,J. *For me to live, Is Chrl.t?(II M be IMn! I fore purpose s. i ,
Invited ,; ,?, MHIHOaiST CHURCH '... .
Everyone :' I 11: ,t'urniturerCorp..The sings>are 't'n r 0X
::' )
held each month. The public SundaJr,&hool 10 jn.. MornIng :::., 'p to serve God by drawing out my soul to the poor ::::;::3
Worship 11 a.m. Youth Service : _
Is Invited. ** t- N ;
6 pjp Evening Worship ; lonely hungry and lo t."For me to live It Christlsr ;::::::: "
7:30: p.m. :::: -:

GOSPEL SING Rev. Neal Starling pastor. ::1:"! to lead men everywhere to Jesus Christ who \\t the r....;..::3 ... .

i. fountain of the water of life. And He has promised M3

AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH )k; that when I am In His service He will guide me and 3 ::
Sunday School. 10 a.m. MornIng -
old Fashioned Gospel SingIs Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening f{ satisfy me, and I shall be like the flowers In this H1ff

sii' c. Directory lj p.m.> Graham.set at Saturday First Baptist April 24 Church, 7:30 Worship Meeting 7p.m.and.; Bible Wed.! Study Prayer -, 1ff'1 picture like a watered. garden sustained by Him. I! .'

MeetIng :
7 p.m. Young Peoples -
... Everyone Is Invited.Refresh- 7
--- --- every Monday p.m.
mania will be served.
._ '\ tJt;4' '.:.viAiV; V'iTLI' .KS G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone -
-g'a.--t _u_ _ _a_ _ _ Welcome.ST. .. t
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BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson& Paris, Inc. We would like to thank all our EDWARD'S STARKE CATHOLIC t01 iii 4'h..

OLDSMOBILE friends and neighbors who CHURCH. 11* Ownlt k toft ifrtMti (ftwy In Mi !A'' .
PLANTS James Cregan pastor.
SEEDS helped us In the time of sickness Father *.E' V ,tddIw..OnMataea4.dii tl Hk Intto .4 gSBsHSHB
InKertlrlilrs IVI SuppliesFEHTII.17EKS Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday; ;
RALES & SERVICE' and in the loss of our -.::: .Is a. end if 5k kmu'd' 1w m I,,n..d jA
10 Iloly Day Mass,
loved one. We will never forget Mass a.m. ttwt' Im ky Mi* Ml' Mlhkw. WlllMvlIkk
Fine Selection of Used Car. We Kent Fertiliser Spreadernt -. them or their families and 7 p.m. 6 V ftmUnf In $4 Im rf(W, M 5UV1a.
Takrn. O. Cadillac Trudn N.W. 11th. Ph. :37H-047H our many thanks to Mrs. Joyce Confessions -- Saturday .wl w wMy ve y W Mi vull bufHw ill : 5'-.
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-MOI: Rlherd for her kindness and p.m.School of : < ft pain,..aid Pm irW..N ,hk a. hId .
GLASS; comforting: words In the time Grade School -- Sunday 11 V '- .
of Ms sickness. a.m. to 12 noon. kIM NISIt l vue' .ds.ld sup.d r.
Mrs. Vasco Grlffls and : : Own* fv Hw Mt St Is xllon.>hImf : :::: : -
High School -- Wednesday
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA .. LIDDELL family. 7 to 8 p.m. .ff: :: ,s8.dlst..illy.kvuidWi.Ih.anir, : :
.My pKun ikwM ,ufliM tn4 foitidpon$ InMM : :

Glass Company If.- ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC Oiwdi UIMIU II tolb Hw mall, ibMlMI 0 .

CHURCH. MACCLENNY H.. 4Mk n>4 < lter; KM hurt wtilclikm d ::::
"Clans, For e"
4 wheel drive and' earl store Fronh-MlI'I'nl'IO Every lurM, | > lr Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy .4 ed, I ,.j :-: -:
Sale. Part. Service $ Day Mass 5:30: p.m. fs.d. .M
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Tub EncloauresShoweraPurnhture
Clean Used Toyota. c; V v I
: Tops Olalls Replaced GRACE BAPTIST D' 'fl' $

170U) N. Main 376-120O ffrtmffh :\ CHURCH. STARKE ..:..-..:..----_.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:/ji
NEW LOCATION SurtUay School, 10 a.m. Mor-
I 1228 So. Main C.nlnc.vllU-, being justified ning Worship at II. Training
-Beauty Academy 378-mni!! ; 1102: by faith we have peace with Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- STARKE "66"
God through Our I.ord Jesus, ship 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer

POWELL'S I MEN'S WEAR ChrlHt.-(Homuns ;3. 1.) Meeting 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T.I I .4LJLORIDA SERVICE

Just nil lie promixed. Our Odom Jr., pastor. i t?s \PESI

Beauty Academy STAG 'N DRAG Lord Jesus Christ is with UK ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL .! 4J4 Kill Edwnrtls. I'h. 961.7231 :"

always, Thin day. thin hour.
CHURCH STARK + < Tire Tru-ing :
Learn a Pretension In Your Griffon Salt' Ills spirit in beside vach and Sunday School 9:45: a.m. ?c, O"IROL Time. Pull or Pnrt Time Arrow Shlrt..Flor.h"lm She every one of us who devoutlyseeks Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd HendhhtAdjustlng
219 N.W. 10th 378-2766 Formal Rental. Him. Through our unswerving Sundays II a.m. Morning Prayer I. OW**" tO. Brake ServiceWheel

Ladle Sporlnwear faith He will lead 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday

MOTORS"""" I STORE8-1J W. UNIVERSITYand ua to find Our Father and! to 11 a.m. Carl Hurst Phone 961.6111 Halnnce and
ELECTRIC I know Ills unending love. .
:330: E. Call St. Alifrnment


Hi way 301 and 100 and Estlm.itea
STREETBAPTIST Inspections AU !Minor Repairs
Motor Repair Co. Opportunities for service:
BALDWIN Sunday HOMECOMING DAY CHURCH *10 S. Temple Starke 617 N. Temple Ave. SUrke

1971 Sunday School. 9:45: ;
Of Oaipevllle Inc. PIANOS-ft ORGANS
at II Guest
Morning Worship ,
Repairing Rewlndma CMOKS OT TM" AtTttTVO'yllU Speaker Dr. James E. South- Sunday- Sunday School 9:45

Ne'llan/ > Used! .i4ham MUSiC1. erland. President Baptist Bible a.m.; Morning Worship 11 a.m.: BRADFORD
6:15pjn.WMUPrayer BUILDERS .
Institute: Cracevtlle Fla: Training Union : ; STARKE EDWARDS
281H N, W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 -Dlm the ground" 12:30 Circle 7:15: p.m.; Evening -
Worship 7:30: p.m. Inc. Market
6:15 SUPPLIES. and
p.m.; Training Union : MondayYouth Choir Practice Grocery
Evening Worship 7:30. sermon
MOVERS ,\ Bhopplnc Ctr. 372-51S by pastor "Ye Are A 7 p.m.Tuesday. Groceries -i Meats Feed tIdier Service; For Your
Mission Friends, Ace Hardware
." Featuring
Peculiar Peopl .
Lone Distance Moving. Farm and Industrial Monday Youth Choir Practice Girls In Action. Acteens 3:3: < Complete Paint Supplies GAS AND OIL Title Problem.

.syage Fackteg Equipment 7 P.m.Tuesday P.". Meeting, Edwards Abstract.
WednesdayPrayer Jack and Gladys
Junior Choir 3:30: : Goods
Crating Shlsptai. 7:30 p.m. and Sporting
Business Meeting
Free Estimate. Call jun.; Girls In Action 4:15: ;New Choir Practice 8:31 U. S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
Santa Fe Tractor River Baptist Association Executive
Check With Us First"
Board Meeting Grace PJn FORD Baptist Church 8 p.m.' Madison Street 219 Washington St. 9A4-527I
Wednesday Family Night
Farm Tractors A Implement Supper' 6 p.m'i Prayer Meet- Baptist ChurchTTPEWlUTnl1

USED EQUIPMENT Teachers and Officers MeetIng 9..

Van Serrice.. Inc.. SALES PART,SERVICE Practice. 7:15: 5115.Thuradal p.m.. ) Church Choir Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeavl Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live hitter

Wet N._. W.*U ... OSBta 4488 K. W. 6th 37tt234ftGAINESVILLE. Church Wide Xleetrto. Var sale !er Mania. rent. -e* Electrically"-Kejutone Heights. Phoas 473-4911
1II.a71: Visitation.W.A. .-.
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0000'' l''' 'i>>'. IIIgll"1>"O-_ Annexation Hearing
Keystone !

News Notes r1

Call By Helen. Egan A go ahead for a public hearing the town home rule and powerof Councilwoman Joy Baker facts needed, so they may be
473-3288 or 473.418 on a possible referendum self government. brought up the topic at last presented when a public hear
on the council's annexation proposal Keystone Heights Is In a minority Tuesday's meeting. Chairman ing la held.
Keystone bars star In Its Jacksonville. First low EASTERN STARFASHION No cash money was paid to was given Tuesday, April ; In Clay County; elections Everett Fox called on each The chairman suggested the
midst! Little live year old Total Carl Harper and 2nd low net SHOW- The Keystone contributors, but a check was 13, by the Keystone Heights now. It was pointed out and member of the council for an committee make a list of all
Dukes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Eckert also of Jackson-net. Heights Chapter Is sponsoring presented by the Recreation city fathers. will never have much of a expression of the matter. the advantages as well as the
Billy Dukes who was chosento ville. Longest drive a Fashion Show and entertainment Director to the Club. The council agreed to make voice In Clay County; politics "Go ahead," said CouncilmanGay disadvantages, so the questionmay
star along with 17 other by Dave McRae and was nearestto won on\ May 22 at 7:30: The Senior CItizens Club tentative plans for the vote The Idea, according to Councilman Livingston."I be fully explored.
local area children In an educational the pin Carlton Paul p.m., In the Masonic Hall The members appreciate so much which could almost double the Roy Watkins at the think we have to (go a- Proposed area to be annexed
movie of Keystone.For .was purpose of this early account the loyal and faithful serviceon size of the city.; Idea of the March 15 meeting Is to have head)," said Mrs. Baker. Includes all of Brooklyn Lake,
sins". The dim iseaboutCant. is that It Is necessary that the part of President Joe annexation move, as stated In an Independent city; which can Fox was for It, saying KH Little Brooklyn Lake and all
mals and children. Portions of the ladles, First low the participants register now Kerrigan and his wife Doro- a March 15 meeting, Is to give govern itself as It sees fit. Is one of the smallest com- the land west of the present
, It were filmed at Dunneld farm, gross, 'Vests Aiken, 2nd low at Keystone Bank, The members thy, who give untiringly of their munities In the state In physical limits to the Bradford County -
Melrose and Hawthorne gross, Mae Henderson. First Invite all Interested In time and efforts to and for the ..Ize.It ; line, and extends east on
at near Waldo, Hague and various, low net, Vesta Aiken, 2nd low sewing and making their own good of senior citizens. The Cancel Dances Is up to the people to decide SR-100 to Just past Rutledge's
locations of the University; of net, Lucille Starnes. Longest or children's clothing to enter Club unanimously elected Joe said Councilman Watitlns. Service Station
Florida and Gainesville. The drive went to Mary Brokas and this contest. School Group to attend the State Conference Councilman Huntley Redfeam There are 840 residents In
filming was done on the 4th, also nearest to the pin to Mary. will feature their own accom- sometime next month. Mr. Jr. agreed, nodding assent to the present city It Is esti-
6th and 7th of this montti. Ma- All these ladles are from Key- plishments. Chairman of the Richards, VIce-PresWent, will the proposal. mated that about 300 live In
thew Arkin, son of actor Alan stone. Fashion Show Is Mrs. Grace be alternate. Readers of this Council UrgedA Mrs. Baker then stated a the proposed area to be an-
Arkln Is the movie's leading Several couples from the Key- Keeth who may be reached by column make note to turn the ; referendum should be held, and nexed.
star. The producer of "18 Cou- stone Golf and Country Club attended telephone 4734909. rreeadeMr The Telegraph and proposed that It be put on the If and when a referendum Is
sins". Thomas San la from the tournament aat the A very Interesting Chapter Kerrigan's column. petition bearing 62 names of the school office room from ballot In the city election In held, It will require approvalby
Ocala Munlclapl Golf Club and Is scheduled for May Praise Is not for Joe to write majority of both the
New York. The film will be distributed meeting and asking that dances at the 7:45: to 8 a.m. and from 2:55: December.Fox a group
Golden Illlli Golf
Turf and
to elementary schools 4 meeting, as the newly elected but members Join this mem- Keystone Beach pavilion each to 3:19: pjn. and to establish asked the committee he outside the present city; and
: This Is the largest Amateur and Installed Grand Instructor ber In expressing our hearty those Inside It. Should either
New York In December and summer terminated was presented a crosswalk.The had appointed last meeting(UvIngston -
In Golf Tournament In the State of the Brand Chapter of thanks. And there Is always to the Keystone Height Redfeam and Mayor group against the proposal -
may eventually be on The national and was the 20th Annual Henry Florida will be honored. ThisIs room for many more to visit. City Council last Tuesday night. Council voted to Investigate Ray Starnes to gather all the It would fall.
television. Dukes
education Camp Memorial Tournament. the anniversary month of Join and get to be that worthy: Richard E. Garrett, spokesman the problem. Mayor Ray
moved here from Archer In A field of 320 people partici and Starnes and Police Chief Wally
Mother's Day and In keeping Senior, of which the Nation for a group of Lake Geneva -
September and are presently pated. Those attending were with the tradition. the Chap all State officials will salute residents, said the dan- Muhlhofer would check with the .
living on Lake Geneva.Congratulations Mr and Mrs. Fremont Tolles, ter will pay respects to Mother during the month of May. The ces have created a noise problem school principal to see what
to Mike Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Redfearn, In a special tribute arrangedby next Club meeting Is April 27 which has disturbed the help the police can provide. voicE
Hanks local Insurance agent' Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox, Worthy Matron Mattie Lee at 1 p.m. In the Pratt Street tranquility;, of the town and the -
with Liberty National Life Insurance Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Head and of HaU.PERSONALS -Cave a 5-year lease to 44
Klngsbury and her courtesy Recreation .
lake. The dances are held on OF THESportsman
Company. He has been Gordon Bullock. Fremont acres In the municipal airport 1 r

named A Senior Liberty Underwriter Tolles and Charlie Head were ficers.Once again the Chapter lain Mrs. Esther Krueger leaves Saturday and attract nights mostly each teenagers summer tract to a Gainesville Boy Scout

by his company. The winners of their flights and mourning as George W. Young, Friday to make her home with from KH and surrounding towns. troop to grow Christmas trees. :
award Is the company's way W.H. Redfearn, Sr. and Ever- of recent date In Orange City her daughter and family. Esther Chairman Everett Fox said The assessment. will be SI per
of recognizing years of out- ett Fox were third place win- was laid to rest In Keystone was a faithful member he had received no complaint acre per year. BY MIKE CH1TTY 1..
standing achievement In the life ners In their flights. Mr. and Saturday worker In the
Heights Cemetery, on and loyal com- on the noise last summer, but -
Insurance field. Mrs. Don Shackleford were afternoon. Eastern Star services munity and let us not forget that some had been made the -Was told by Councilman Watkins It, sports fans! More good gig 2 to 3 pounds Saturday,
Mrs. Amy McElrath and Mrs. there also for some of the were held at the graveside her, but keep her In mind by preceding season. Fox said he that the airport account new. for you fishermen from plus one 8-pounder. Mrs. Hol-
Tom Garner were delegates, festivities. His beloved wife and twc writing her c/o Fred Krom- had asked In 1969 that (he band Is about $2.500 short of the your rolling fisherman. Those brook caught a 4-1/2, and a
and Mrs. Tom Howell and Mrs. WOMAN'S CLUB daughters and their families mere, 4089 Western Springs turn down the volume of sound, 947,000 needed to complete the fish are biting better all the 7-1/2 pounder Saturday, and
Jack Moody, alternates fromSt. The monthly luncheon meet- renewed fellowship with the 111. the request had been honored. new hangar. After various time now, and should get bet- Bill Groves boated a 5-pound-
Anne's Episcopal Churchat Ing of the Woman's Club of Chapter members following the Last Saturday John Lebert After discussion Fox appointed means of obtaining the money ter and better. I'll Just let er. Roy and his son-in-law,
the Annual meeting of the Keystone Heights will be held service Heartfelt sympathy Is flew from his home In Erie, a committee of Councilmen were reviewed Mrs. Baker the reports speak for them Travis Wynn caught 6 bass
Women of the Church at Holy on Tuesday, April 27, at 12 extended to Bea on the deathof Pa. to his son's home in Ma- Gay Livingstone Jr., finance chairman! for the council selves. up to 4 pounds Sunday morn-
Trinity In Gainesville on April noon. Myron Prevatt, Jr., local a loyal and faithful hus- con, Ga. Then he and Richard Mrs Joy Baker, and Roy Wat- said the city; can advance ing. Jerry Redmond and Barry -
20 and 21st. attorney, will be guest and. They have been missedfor drove over to visit their bro- kins to check Into ,the matter the sum of $3,000 to the airport tgtFrtn s lour Baker of Jacksonville caught
Joan Carlson, Sally Jones, speaker. a few years past when ther and uncle, Lewis Lebert and make recommendations account as a loan. sou uultsrtL. S bass up to 6 Ibs. on Sat
Christie Newman Bobby and they moved from their Lake who Is gaining nicely after several to die council: at Its next meetIng urday and John Campbell of
Nancy Hurner represented the HERE N' THERE Brooklyn home to Orange City. weeks In Medical Center set May ll. -Cave Homer Sattorfleld, airport Jacksonville Beach got 4 nice
young people of St. Anne's at David Schaeffer Gainesvilleson Only a few months ago, they In Gainesville. They spent the During the discussion It was manager, permission to ones. Dr. McClellan of Black-
H.E.Y.C. last weekend at Camp of Mrs. George Schaeffer, visited the chapter.COMMUNITY weekend with Le.'. faithful brought that Garret Is a buy two runway lights at $58 shear, Ga. caught an 11-1/2
Weed. Stefan Brokas and Mrs. was the winner of the first wife, Anne in Keystone. at the University; of professor Florida each. lb. black bass the middle of
Tom Garnar attended as coun- CHURCH
prize for sculpture at the Ce- Through friends and husband, and that he Is a qualified -Was told by Mayor Starnes the week.
selors. dar Key Art Festival last week- Following the two Palm and Lester Sheets, reports are not expert on noise pollution. In that 31 calls were made to The Santa Fe Area Wildlife
Easter Worship Services, at too favorable on Improvementof Association fishing tournament
his remarks,Garrett commented
s GOLF COURSEThe end.Mrs.. Homer Wales of Lei. 8:30: and 11 respectively! the his wife iina, in room 204"rsc2fol'Cl that modern music Is extremely the Police Department during which was held over the week-
March. Tho said no arrest
Shrlner's had a week- with Pas- mayor end had several
World Board of Trustees Hospital, wnere sne prizes. Clyde
sure Washington D.C. loud and
end of golf, food and fun at spent the past, two weeks, with tor Stewart McCord, having had dearly needs visitors, as her ple are losing their YOUQjf'pe0 hearingas had been made during the Morris won the 1st prize for
the Keystone Helghta Golf and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peters many requests that the two sightlessness prevents herget- a result.In month, In response Councilman to a question the largest fish, a 7-3/4 Ib.
Country Club last weekend. of Lakevlew Drive. Mrs. Wales services be continued, a pas ting as much pleasure as a other action, the Council: from Huntley .. bass and won $50 for It, lie
Team winners of the OlUe Nail is Mrs. Peters' niece. toral letter was mailed all hand In hers. -Was told by a delegation of Redfearn Jr. also won 2nd prize for a 4-1/2
Trophy for the third year were: members. The letter Included: Arthur and Erma Lockwood (Nice string of bass caughtby Ib baas. He/ won 4th prize for
Recent of Mr. and Mrs. of the Keystone Heights
guest patrons
Don Thomas Rex Whldden -Heard Starnes read a let- Roy Griffin.) the total
Charles B. Garber were the the scheduled services of Community have returned to their former High School, headed by Mrs. weight 28-1/2 Ibs.
Freddie Ephren and B.W.Brad- ; Church as follows: home In Keystone. Erma Is ter from Myron Prevatt In E.L. Boyd won 3rd prize fora
Williams family of Chicago. Robert J. Eklund that a dangerous
shaw. The will be which the local attorney submitted Griffin's had a encour- 3-1/2
trophy now Mrs. Williams is Mrs. Garber' Sunday services8:30: and having some trouble with her condition exists because very lb. base Enough fish
retired and be on display at Ms resignation as municipal aging report this week, which was caught to have
sister. 11 am.; -Church School for all eyes, and as there was no of a lack of traffic control at a fish fry
the Morocco Temple. First low Judge. The mayor said should wake us all up. Roy for around 125
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Green and ages, (Adult Classes, also>. phone connection so far, this the school. Mrs. Eklund asked people. Mostof
winner for the men was Prevatt resigned because be Griffin caught 7 bass up to the bass caught::
gross meets In the educational build- reporter has been unable to were year-
Carrie and Kathy the council to set road-
B. Gouchnour : daughters, up a was not permitted to conduct: '4-1/2 pounds Tuesday. Thursday -
and second low ling size
The Art downtown
'visited ing at 9:40: a.m. Sundays reach 'them. gets -
Mrs. Green's parents, block on the street In front
gross Freddie Ephren, both of High School Youth Fellowship and reports that aside city; business at his own of- Roy guided Mr. Zellner
Mr. and Mrs. Al Watsop on meets Sunday evenings at 7 from her eye trouble, they are fice. The mayor said all such and they caught 8 bass up to My father, James and my
Sunday. well. business must be conducted In 5 pounds. Roy and H.T. Cone brother, Wayne, went to the
Sympathy is extended to the p.m.The General Meeting of the A report from the California lem.Mr.. and Mrs. Grover Ben- the municipal building. The resignation brought In a 7-pounder and Oklawaha River on Sunday and
Scales who
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS family of Evelyn last week. Mrs. Church Women (Circles) meets earthquake area, from foster ham of Lake Brooklyn were was accepted without 5 more weighing 2 to 3 pounds caught a mixed string of 25
Scales passed will away be missed by her the first Monday this next month daughter, Mrs. Betty; Burnsof called to Sanford on the deathof further comment. Friday. Roy caught 8 bass ran- fish.

Mr. Benham'a mother, Mrs. ... .. .............. ... ...... __.
many friends. on May 3. This Is an Annual Van Nuys to this reporter, "'""''" ... -- "'......n. .h... .... ..nnnn_______.n_._.
the for- Meeting, with 1 reports from all there have been activities on Pearl Benham.Mr. .
Mrs. Benjle Massey, officers and committee Chairmen the old site and grounds of and Mrs. Donald Law
Aiken the
mer Angela spent A Service will the constructed and rence have had house guests INDIAN BEACH
Candlelight newly com-
weekend with her parents, Mr. [::=
E.F. Aiken .while feature the closing of the meeting pletely destroyed Olive View this week. They were Mr. and
and Mrs. ,
Alton Heard and Mrs. ::::
DIRECTORYS.E. her husband was at National when Rebeccas Circle with Hospital. Overcrowding and a Mrs (Lake BanU Fe)
from Besse-- m. :;:: :
load Dorothy ,
Guard Camp. Mrs. McLean's members acting heavy case creates prob- By Michael H. CUUy
as hostesses for the re- ner, Pa. Donald Is a nephewof Phone 475-1(12
freshments. the Hearts.

McKAY. REALTOR THE OLD Wednesday evenings are devoted t FIRST BABXaVF CHURCHL4LYTONE J Rev. and Mrs. Milton Scrip Greetings friends and neigh- vllle, spent a few days with Wendy presented them wiin a
TIMER to the High School Choir HEIGHTS: ] ture's oldest daughter, Mrs. bors from you rolling-report- Mrs. Beulah Smith and Mrs. new colt quite unexpectedly.
Keystone. Sbu 473-4816 rehearsal at 6:45 p.m. followedby Pastor: Rev. Lawrence Car- Alice Perkins of Royal Oaks er. I'd Just like to say Praisethe Ruby Wolfe. Mrs. Smith and Before closing I'd like to
Appraisal Service the Adult Choir Rehearsalat roll. Mich., and Mr. Florence Olsson Lord for the beautiful weather Mrs. Strandberg went to Elzy make a public announcement.
7:30 with Mrs. Nail, organist Sunday School 9:45 a.m. of Rochester, Mich spent we've been blessed with Chapel Cemetery on Easter to We at Hampton Baptist Church
The Best in Lakefront( and director. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Easter time with the Scriptures. lately. It's making most of us take flowers.We made our Initial run of our Bus
Homes, Acreages, RentalsASSOCIATES Pastor McCord leads a Bible Church Training 6:30: pm. Other visitors were Rev. and feellOaoodhardlyknowwhatto Just learned that Fred Ministry with our new OS-pas
::.. Study Group at 7:30: In the Edu- Evening Worship 7:30 jwn. Mrs. George Scripture, and do. So let's try thankingthe Swearingen Is home recupera- senger bus Sunday morning.We .
cational Building and topics of Monday Evening-Youth Choir children Reba and George B. Lord for that kind of weather ting after spending two weeksin
Melba the day are correlated with Rehearsal 7:00: p.m. m from Hamilton, Ohio. He We all are always readyto the hospital after suffering
Mr. 4TJ-4740
Iln ... Christian studies. Tuesday Girls In action Is their son and Is pastor of complain about bad weather, a light heart attack. We cer-
Cat. J. Chcssliifton 473-4S74 "A happy marriage Is a long On Tuesday evening, April 20. & Mission Friends 3:15. First Baptist Church, there. but I Just wonder how many tainly wish you a speedy recovery are starting out In the
L.'.J.ehl Robinson Corp 473-4059 4714041P conversation that always all parents of Junior High School Wednesday Prayer Meet.lug Recent newcomers to this area of us are thankful for the good. Fred. Earlton area, leaving there each
seems too shortl"DeWitt age young people were Invited 7:00 pun. Adult Choir Rehearsal are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert And when you're Saved, Praise Fred Thieman Jacksonville Sunday morning at 9:15: will
and urged to meet from 7 to 8:00: p.m. Wltherall formerly of Massachusetts the Lord regardless of the is also recuperating from surgery leave Orange Heights at 9:3U:
7:30 to discuss and organizea Thursday Church Wide Visitation. who celebrated their weather or anything else. He and his wife Corlne and Waldo at post office at
Junior High Youth Group.. Golden bedding Anniversary During that beautiful weekend are spending this week at their 9:45: a.m. Anyone living or
The Church Women Execu- Our Spring Revival came to April 14. the men from our Satur- lake home.We wish you a speedy knowing someone In this area
C. Jones Funeral Home tive Board will meet Monday, a close with the Sunday morning! Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Homer day night Prayer Meeting at recovery also Fred. who needs a ride to churchcan
April 26, at 1 p.m. This will worship service conducted by: and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mc- Hampton Baptist Church came Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garber contact us at 468-1666,
be, according to past years our Evangelist, Bro. Dick Roberts. Lean extended a cordial invi- out and we had a fish fry, of California Mrs. Ruth Bur- or 475-1612. Everyone Is Invited -
STARKE program, the finally stated .and with the Baptismal tation to the Community; Church Fellowship and Prayer MeetIng nett of Tampa and Mrs. Quan- to ride our bus.
board meeting until August as Service Sunday evening In which members to attend the wedding out In the good ole out- Ita Bustim of San Antonio Tex Joyce Traylor was visitingher
PHONE 9646200KEYSTONE Circles will be reorganized following the following were baptized: of their son Wayne, to Bonnie doors. Brother Dan Richardson all new In to spend the Easter parents, Mr. and Mrs.Clyde
the May circle meetIngs Sherrt Anthony, Pam Cromer, Susan McLean on Friday evening of Keystone, who owns and weekend with their brother and Adams on Thursday. Weekend
and "vacation" for June, Mark HutchInson, Kathy Ney- April 23, In the sanctuary \ operates Way Radio (550) In sister-in-law. Homer and guests of the Adams were their
HEIGHTS July and August Activities of lana, Cyril Plckren and his of Community Church at Orange Park, was our guest Frances Hurst. Dr. and Mrs. grandchildren Robert, Terry,
special note will be announced son, David Plckren. We are 7 o'clock. Reception following Tuesday, we were visited by Deutch and children Dan and Vickie and Cecil Cumbo.
PHONE 47.1-3176 when circumstances: and planning very happy to have these new In Education Bid*. families my aunt Clara Sullivan of WIl- Laura of New Orleans La., Well, our company, Myron
are arranged by the of- members in Christ and in our In Memorlum to the listen, her daughter-in-law spent the weekend with them.\ and Thelma Pierce Hueytown.
ficers. church. of the late Mrs Evelyn Barbara Sullivan and her new Mrs. Deutch Is their daughter. Ala., have Just arrived. So I'll

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very busy month young men to surrender their Oulda Quick I Lord bless and keep you all.
DEPOSIT la which many people have had lives for the ministry duringour which (he) or (she) passed alone spent part of the day in Gaines- the weekend. The weather is
I'i. the opportunity of worshipping revival; Paul Limo and There was a light which ville. Thursday night my parents nice now, so all our commu-
la the Sanctuary, and serving Zachery Andrews, We must none could see for "our Father James and Cricket visit ters will be coming back. So
i::: In their respective circles and keep these two In our prayers claimed His Own ed A.B. and Katie Howard In will our fair-weather friends, Jst GradersTo
:: groups, so on April 28 at 6:30 that they might fulfill Starke. right? Right!
AS::: ". p.m. the final Family Night these wonderful commitments Service Held Sunday afternoon my parents Preacher and Marian Winters Register
: ;.:::: .. dinner will be hosted by Mrs. to the Lord. and Myron and Thelma Pierce and daughter Jimmy of
.,.:::::- Wm Beam Sr., and Mrs. Ernest We were happy to have the For Mrs. Scales In Gainesville visiting Buddy Jacksonville, spent the week- May 3 to 7
*:-:;: McLean's circles. ThisIs following among our visitors Of Ellis In the Veterans Hospital. end cleaning and painting their
f.f.,:.:': n always the social getting this past Sunday morning: Keystone Mr. Dolph Reddish and chIl- lake cottage getting ready for
.::: together, and enjoying muchof Charles B. Fern. and Wm H. dren of Starke, spent the week- summer.
:;::: .. the fellowship, and "getting Simpson from Jacksonville David Mrs. Evelyn' Scales 47, of end with her parents Mr. and Raymond and Gladys Mal- The week of May 3-7 has been
'_..'. to know you" time. A special Roberts from Palatka Mr. Keystone Heights, died upon Mrs. D.W. Carpenter They also phurs of Jacksonville, were set aside for registration of beginning -
Is being arrival at Bradford County down at their lake home last first grade pupils to register -
:r program arranged & Mrs. John P. Plemmons and were visited by Mr. and Mrs.
rte! daughter Jennifer from Inter- Hosptial Thursday April 15, C.F. Shawyer over the weekend Wednesday Thursday. They at their respective
c 1 14.r SENIOR CITIZENS lichen Karen W. McNary from after a sadden Illness. She was were visited by their daughter schools In Clay County; Regis-
o, For the benefit of the members Atlanta Ga W.A. Rids from born In Alabama on January 4,' Dickie. Jody, and Scott La- Bootsle Lowe and her son tration hours will be between
r:+.y c of Bradford County SenIor Macclenny ..A. Moods from ,1023. nab)' of Tampa spent a few Jerry, their daughter-in-law, 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
?.::{ III sou MAY'7.. M.'. IL 1 Citizens Club who resideIn FC White Surviving is her husband days with J.D. and Doris Carl- Nancy Malphurs her daughter,
Clay County; (Keystone We also had the following W.A. Scales, and one daughter, ton and daughter Sherry, while Shannon, all of Jacksonville, Florida statutes require that
r r rf r Just Pennies a Day. Heights>. a very enjoyable aswell young people from BrooksvUl Miss Cindy;Scales: both of Keystone their parents were In Virgin- and Nancy's: brother from Eau children entering kindergartenor

::: as profitable "White Elephant who accompanied Mr. Robin ; one brother Bill Hardy, Is on business. Gallle. first grade present legal
'j# Pays for the protection of a Safe Deposit Thomas, our Revival Song JacksonlUe; three sisters, Mfr and Mrs. Al Friesnerof Several Sundays ago, Mr. and evidence of legal birth dates
:. ;: April 13. The"purposeheofkithis Leader to Keystone to render Mrs. Nellie McDowell Fernan- St. Petersburg, spent last Mrs. Rich Bachman. Mr. and before they enter school. Parents -
:::; Box. Keep your important papers and Is to earn money for the entertainment special music for our services.: dlna Beach; Mrs. Helen Randal, week with Tom and Lillian Nor- ter. are urged to register them
of the memberswho Nell Yang Margery Young Palate; and Mrs Loa Hardy wood i however' at this early date even
>m s other valuables completely safe. have been members for Christ Wholes, J.f. Yarn. Jr.. Jacksonville; and her mother Paul Lee and Greg Strand- ited the Jack Millers.The same though It might take some time
one year to enjoy an annual Janice Vance: Vicky Thomas- Mrs Blanche: Granger, Waldo. berg of Jacksonville, spent" last >M>bMMt. Milton Griffin and to apply for and receive birth
dinner each January, as Club son LaJam! Orr. Don Funeral services were held weekend with Mrs. Jo Strand- Tom Guggusberg. classmatesof certificates before the opening
II KEYSTONE STATE BANK cu ata. ald J. Cbclon, Ann Ken Date at 2 pun. Sunday In Jones Me berg. Charles Strandberr visited T.C., spent the weekend with date of school next fall.
The Bradford County Fair Hensley. Louise Barnett; all of mortal Chapel Keystone her on Sunday: afternoon them. Easter weekend Mr. and
f 1 Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Booth of the Club was well the First Baptist Church cfBroofcsvllle. Heights with Rev. Joseph; Ful- and )fr. and Mrs. Deak Tompklrts. Mrs. Don Thorn and family of
: attended and most successful Florida. Our special >> ford officiating. Interment followed and Mrs. and Mrs. Leon Charleston, S.C. and Mrs.Ruby For further Informs ton,parents
W "Your1 Friendly Bank In Your FriendlyCommunit individual awards were several thanks to these for the In the Keystone Heights TorapJdns of Fort Lauderdale Dyal of Gainesville were weekend are requested to contact
{}j! ." with Keystoners earning their wonderful program they had for Cemetery under direction of visited her Sunday morning. guests. The newest news the principal at the school In
share of Blue and Red Ribbons. us. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Horn*. Techla McCrtfl of Jackson- at the Miller residence! Is that their residence lone
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Let's Go MELROSEBy ..
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(SGardening 01 Joyce Rowe, ;;rr9A.: : 1

'Ory De"".y rniarpe.! Kdltotriortd The Melrose HomemakersClub -

Agricultural Ca held 1U regular business -
twMoa Service FOR RENT Mountain! tp : .
meeting and annual Fashion : AD RATZS -onotm-I'> UK late JIMMY MOORE'S
Show this morning ((Thursday. tap $43 'week coirpMel/* .
Lawns at this time of the broadcasting the plant food by etone. Penn lr Fanna." a.aetSLa.Itte SUN e :
interned. Wed!! av w'lable( nJn4'1t' '
April 22)) at the Clubhouse. Minimum Cbarga .... ..I.7JCor
year are like some ladles' hand. Must likely you'll end .JUlY. Auiniit and September area.. We also need
Fashion Show models
--they have a careless look. up with zebra-striped grass members wearing clothing ( II word) R. E. Edrm>nd3!
But remember It is safer due to your sklp-and-mlss which they made. Ladles of Each: word ever 'IS-'7eBOe Stir Route. Box 32. BlotccMountain. farms. Call Jante OooCey.' YOUIt MONEY > Cobia Boat .
to aboutscragglylawnsthan tem of application.Even aalesjiMiu 6332711.
grumble locally.
the community are Invited to N. C. 28711. Phone
wife's hair. So, don't forced to Extra barge II not Johnson Motor
the If you are Prank: Leuffluo.: Jlax Broker. >.
of the Homemakers tfchS
GfllMUlBl. Starke
attend (704) : Ph. 964-5791
carry this simile too far, or Join the economic craze of deficit any paid. la advanceCLASSIFXBD 388-9873 or
Club meetings. .
you will have a tough problemIn financing, It Is best to Alachua County,County Coun- FOR SALE-0 foot roll-ftip\ BWtata 765U58.8td:1:<< 8-20 Complete Outboard AStern SPECIAL -
the house rather than a turf fertilizer distributor DISPLAY
rent a cil of Homemakers Clubs meets l door and hardware.: Phone ALL NEW SKI
Drive RIG
problem around the house. from the man who will sell sue Per Inch 004-52"7 HnroM Davis. Itp FREE Male &: Female' port Service and
tomorrow at 9:30 a.m at the
Keeping a lawn well-groomed you the fertilizer on credit. Melrose Clubhouse. Hostess Memorial 'ItMolittoos Chlcuiohuia pupa.: Ph. 064-0448.( Repair. Complete Fiberglass 15' Cobia Bow Rldor
based the economic prin- The distributor which RENT 3 bedroom :2
Is on put FOR lip Repair. Custom-
Clubs are Melrose Pine Grove 50
ciple of labor and capital. out twenty or so tiny bandsof Proclamation .to7.. word bath unfurnished bouM.J M. A. built Fiberglass JOHNSON
Spring Grove, LaCrosse and Fishing
You will most likely mea- fertilizer Is Just fine for CARDS OF THANKS Parr) OM-flMO.! tfcig WANTED-somccne to live in Gator Trailer
High Springs. Boat'
the labor by the numberof the powdery type fertilizer. Ihiama and care. for eonvoJescenit. .
sure blistered palms needed to However, you'd best make a Minor C,Catledge entertaineda II words er 1m .. .......... 4 Bedroom. :* betty home Wnlte "Z", Dnuwer A, All For ,

clear the winter debris, and few test pushes of the ma- group of co-workers from Each word ever 50-7e Just completely' reanodeled. Bradford County Telegraph. Plus To (1$1,99r
the Springfield Atlantic Bank *
the neighbor's March-blown chine across the lawn to get Easy! terms Located en Road 2tcl1g 4-29 WATER FRONT LOTSFOR
of Jacksonville Saturday at his
clutter from the yard. the feel of the operation before cottage on Lake Serena. Those PAST TV elk STEREO RE 100 South.: Per" InfcrnmUoo call1164770L NEED EXPERIENCED musio SALE S.. Lynn Hamilton :

covering get Remember down to, serious If enjoying a day of golf, water- PAIR. Free plck-iup. city tlcbaLEW'S :ans to etart country and On Crotftxr; Lake and Clary Before You Buy
disease- you skiing and a cook-out were ttalt Dohmtr't Discount: western band. Call 0648519aftsr Lake Oanal. (Canal 50 fort
Insect-hiding and where should have 1030 E.
of zlg
you O.F. Capps R.N. 'Wide, 8 foot ) Located University Av..
harboring places.A second rak- zagged, your mistakes will show Lynggard, ( 6-00: P. M. lip deep oo
J.W. Matthews. Charles Hlll- State Road
100 3
mile West Gainesville
is often a good Idea as and WANTED
ing up as yellow green grass. House full
of fur.
yer, Manuel Granados, Glenn One Bunk Bed! Set $69.93 Complete c( Starke. Fla. Ideal for vaoavtlon
the winter-killed To this take WELDING SHOP
It sober mturo
removes prevent a : par cert. DahmeyDUcoWrl. .
Miller, Simon Holman, Elmer Dahimer" Dlcfioairt itchg eI
sprigs of grass and keeps the breath before making each Uah4i cottage mobile home: or .
Rod Daniel and
lawn from looking as If it had swarth across the lawn. Whispering Pines Mo 1 Sot Sturdy "twin' bed set lnv atmeat.
Marvin Ganson.Christopher .
been using "that greasy kid Also, adjust the machine to J.Foran Jr.,wife i tel US 301 S. Phone $09.93. Dahmer'a Discount Prices: otart at 129500.. $200)
stuff." apply only half as much fertilizer down and $33,00 month for SOtncuttia W BMSnVMaKMBMBH
The next step is to feed as recommended by your Jodi and son Ryan Patrick 964-8252 Uch-r (8H% simple inter..
recently left Melrose to live mm I
the ever-hungry grass. Unless County Extension Director In Austin, Texas where Chris- UTILITY TRAILERS REDUCE: cafe and fat with eat).
you are an expert, don't try GoBeee Taplets & E-Vap
topher has an engineering position CUSTOM BUILT Call 964-7701 8 am. tO 1
with The Texas Instrument REFINISIIINCALL GAS AND ELECTRIC walier! pills" Amtoam Phacm par weekdays. tf
Company. Christopher ey.: 6tp 8-11:
AI University of Florida with e- &: Country Club ready for
TRAILER HITCHES Azaleas In containers 3So or AVAIUBUFOR
lectrical engineering degree. INSTALLED 3 fcr $1,00 house plants; 2 building on or for investment.
The Forans had been livingIn Expert Lola '
Reproductions sure approximately H
miles N. el Lawtey> on 301. YOUR LOT
the Flavet village while "
IIMILI I>II\<; SUPPLY Christopher finished his stud- C. E. JACKSON Turn at he sign. Ph. 732-34G3.tM1gBARRETT only sore: 3 and larger.minutes Paved from roads town.

ies. He had already served four
1313 W. Madison Starfce Prices eta.rt..t $1293.00. $200
years In the Army at Fort down and $33.00 per month. $3,500
I I Devon Mass where he NOTICEStarke
PEDDLERS! I Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Mathematics In a school of
and Keystone __
Electronics. Jodi is a graduate -
HOME CENTER of Purdue University and Gulf Service Heights area Customers Water Conditioning -
1 1600
has taught year at Gainesville USED PARTS Mattress and Pump Co. O.C. Carnes Nursery Stilt
High Hastings
UNITED FOR SERVICE, QUALITY'AND VALUE Mr. and Mrs. Richard Logs- Tn Prices for Wrecked Cars Thousands of Plants OF

don and children spent Easter 21 Hoar Wrecker Service and Upholstery 130 Court Street Fruit Trees Shade Trees LIVING AREA
weekend with Mrs. Logedon'sparents Phone 964.5832PLUMBING
Evergreens, Camellias,
Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Fuel Oil 710 St. Johns An.PALATKA Azaleas, Roses

This Week's Special Robinson. Used Can -
Terry Jones of Jacksonville Hwr. 101 N. ffoleo Mot In cans plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING CALLSLADE

spent the Easter holidays with tll-I... Is Open AgainFURNITURE Water Conditioners
her aunt and uncle, Mr. and and Pumps M Ml. SE. of Starke. Hwy. IN
38"x4'x8'PRIME Mrs. Carl Hagglund Jr. WELL DRILLING Florahome 859-2181
Mrs. Roland Mouchette arrived -
HARDBOARD Sunday from Atlanta to HEWING MACHINE- Cleaned. Repaired Refinished Sales and Rentals FOR SALE-20 acres on paved

COATED spend several days with her oiled and adjusted in :your' ReupholsteredNEW Repair Department highway.\ 3 .bedrooms IVt 'bath HOME

sister and brother-in-law, Mr. tome. 1300. Vacuum cleaner home. $7,500 down $10.000
24 Hour ServiceWE
GROOVED and Mrs. Kenneth Reeves. repairs also. All work guannt }MATTRESSES balance $96.50 month. Call

Mrs. Lee Reeves of Talla- ed. Deanla E. Ccglr, Phflno FREE ESTIMATES Bin Powell, R.E. Broker 8646464. SERVICESs
hassee Is enjoying a two week 431-128. tfehsj SERVICE an appliances. .
visit with her sons and their Call Collect 323-2144 Rebuilt nppl:sneer for Bale... s
SIDING families the Nelson Reeves SUPER STICK Vinyl PlMtULetters. Glen's Appliance' &: Service Co. MODERN MASONRY {
J 4.9 and the Kenneth Reeves. Both aU sizes, colors. Perm- 9B4-80S7. tfchg BUILDING For Information 1

I sons have homes on Lake Gen- ancot. for use on wood flu Approximately 3600 Sq. Ft. CaD Jacksonville
REG. PRICE $8.32 plastic, paper metal leather, A. J. Thomas, Registered Real tnctaJinff A-C Office AJacent Collect ,

r w eva.Mr.. and Mrs. Phillip W.Ber- ANYTHINQI I Bradford County Estate Broker, Specializing in ToRY Ramp for Truck
TIME SAVING keman and daughter, Laura Telegraph tf SEWINGMACHINE Appraisals! for Estates, inOivldualo oadtoj $18.500 Terms

NOW()\ ( have been visiting his mother, ..1'-<1 Corporate Owners. CALL
DURABLE Mrs. C.P Berkeman for several WATSON'S Afro !eme':r.l roal estate! Isis.mess. BILL POWELL'BROKER 1

days. Thirty Years. experience

---- The Trinity Episcopal Church House of Vacuum In Florida land matters. Tet.6tS701 Pantie Hose
-- Sales and Service
women will hold their Annual Skirlce. Florida. tf chg 964-6464 964-6810
THERE ARE ALMOST I II Rummage Sale on Saturday April Many brands of new vacuum PFAFF NECCIII tfehsr' Best Grade

24, 8:30: a.m. until noon S39,00 up. Used machine. from New Hume
at the Parish House. f 10. Expert Repairs .*U makes'' Universal FOR RENT: Small unfurmdalie 3 Any Site Any Color

I ]LOCK) |I DATSUN I| DEALERS I Nell's Beauty Shop has a new Parts and Accessories for all cottage; nice location:: !land for The Glass
I location three miles north of vacuums. Built In Central "10. $49:50 up garden." No children no pets: Shop .
I ssjuHB I Melrose on Highway 21. Nell uum cleaning systems. 712 N. Parts & Repairs on Ideal for retired couple. Phone $3 Pair No. !

I announces Open House Sunday Main, Gainesville 378-7110 all other Make Man 964-'ia01' 2tp 4-1S Glass $2 Pair No. !
BUT April 25: at 2 p.m. The following -
chines.RATIONAL.. POSTED SIGNS Treated to For $1 Pair No. '
+ prizes will be given BIG PENS. Ball Point K.* : -
away: first prize- perman- fills. Bradford Count/ Tola withstand weather200 each
WHEN IT COMES TO THE I ent wave; second prizehair- lTIt pti. t3.25 doz. Special price on large All CARS and TRUCKS 2 Pair for $1- Yes
er quantities. Bradford County
cut, shampoo and set; third Installed While-U-Wait
611 W. Univ. Ave.
prizeshampoo and set; fourth CLASP ENVELOPES all Telegraph._tf Custom Vinyl Auto Tops HOUSE. OF MILO
MONEY. : prizehaircut.. A drawing will sixes._ Bradford County Tele* 378.1355 INSURANCEAT
1 Lowtey
be held to determine winners. truph. REDUCED RATES 1017 N. Main G'rille
Winners will be notified. I- 3TCHGYou'll

moving in Fla. Call 9845609.tfchf. E.CONNERINSURANCE
AttendanceOver AGENCY
FOR RENT-4 room fumislv r

:-_ iGAINESVILLE 40,000At ed opt on Riilford': Road' Mrs.L. AND USED FOR RENT12' wide 2 bedroom SA
D. Green 128 N. OlmrohBt. trailer outside! city

I Up SALES limit*. J. D White 964-6114.
71 FairVisitors iUdIoI
IFOR RENT Furnished dose PARTS

In 2 bedroom o 4ibe! e. Also SERVICE v

I Godding & Clark Datsun at the 1971 Bradford apaa tsnents. W. H. Nollman.tfcha. Deep and Shallow Wells Taking applications for

I I County Fair numbered over 40.- Water Softeners and

000, according to the Starke- FiIlerliPlumbing FHA 235
DOWNTOWN SHOPPING AREA I Bradford Chamber of Com- NO GIMMICKS1971's amazed ) = = a.

merce. Supplies New Brick 3 and 4 r -
.12nd Av.. & 2nd St. S. E. 4300 N. W. 441 I Bedroom Homes

I The fair had Its biggest day 12'x60': EXPERT SERVICE ON
: BRING THIS AD AND WE'LL PROVE IT ever Saturday April 3, when 2 elrDDm$3'795! ALL MAKES Call for Details at the. c

t over 10,000 persons walked :: PHONE 96,1.7061DURRANCE Low Down Paymentand .
TF-J through the gates. There was Moderate I
------------ -- has Monthly
no rain Saturday as
been In years post. Fair Association (! $3'895 PaymentsLONCCIIAMP \
Treasurer Cliff Ha- Furnished PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
zen points out which may be HOMES
the reason for the Influx of Veteran's Loans! Phone 9G4-GS53 .

WANTED visitors. Paid attendance was Carpet Throughout Sl INCH ADMIRAL color JOt South SUrka ..
also the highest ever Saturday .
Rink Financing: TF
(used) TV with mew picture
although figures! were not
din's M,bile Home tube. Daimler's Discount. it! :
chg .

DISTRIBUTOROPERATORFOR Friday of 1970's fair had been Starkc, Fla. 100 Westtf!' BARGAINS YOU FIND IN THE :
biggest day prior to Saturday. WANTED LISTINGS filler Brown .
There was a steady flow In CLASSIFIED ADS
the gate Saturday all day long, LEG CRAMPS? Try Supplied On Homes.and Acreage. Buyer :

llazen said. Cars were parkedfor with calcium only $1\\.90 for a WaitingBtrout Realty. Rev. rl
FAWNVENDING half a mile down US-301) (bottle of r CO Ublola at Mit Broker 21 IT N. Temple Are. @ O'\!
Saturday night and visitors chell's Drug. Ph. 8C4.6G09 Storire. FH.

faced a long walk to the fairgrounds fitp $-20 oJkawagenNew

unless they were lucky FIRST TIME OFFERED ..
MACHINESIN enough to find someone just MONEY/': Down on Your Lot. A Vied I.fJ
leaving/ and took that space. $7100:; A M"nLhJ: nc-'h-ooim( One cf the nicer hornet inStankc Sale Service ).
The annual talent show and DIck, or Block 1150x1.f : feet 3 B-R. Oonliia.1' Heat

STARKE AREA beauty pageant also played to Crown Builder:I 'OM-711.0!) or !OC1- orul Air Carpet Many Ex- 1 MI. North of Tire MadGAINESVILLE .
full houses. Several hundred t 4ra,. $1JY..o! Shown by. AI>-
d persons had to be turned away polor.t.mcnt
; frnm the! beauty ouireanL Junior PIANO IN STORAGE only.CALL
' Women Club members say. BroiilUul Conwilo! torril local
COMPANY TRAINING AND FINANCING ly. Il' p' , Ji'ihln:' party con I'ku a biff IF WE DONT HAVE IT

INCLUDED IN DISTRIBUTORSHIP ,mivl"T on 1'XJtr J11'V'rw'l1ihl.l'; \ : OM-C4G4 OC4'tSlOtfchu we'll get II tor you. OUta DIAL DIRECT TODAY AND GETA

anco. Wrllrt: Gulf CmuA' piano .Buppllcf. Furniture. Equlpmenl. -
A Hole in Your ItllorMOrA Or>. p O. Box CC7 Panama Bradford Ctnaif: FAST ACTION ClASSIFIEI
" CALL City FJj. :i204l Up FOR nrNrtr: tx\'f: : rr. Clark: : Telegraph
Bt. c'lrtwr at Clark: ft Un''WiJoo. AD WORKING
Vending" Sales CompanyOF : hunt" Itl'.NT: ,2 JIll ll."i'

; ito'it' end A-C $80.00!)/) prrmonth. loN rii'UlC T. IT. leantU13147, Inn on new nr1 k. 3 bedroom

JACKSONVILLE ; 100A near 100. Ph.VM- 2tchit 4-29! 2 Bath, living' room dnlng!
SCOO. llchg room. Vnd family: room Hone
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 7720333AL ( ... .. FOfl SAI.1;- l-r.7! hurt Will tniko,.. trrvln-tn. Onll. Flu-
:. 41Kd l rorwkClrm.|| Wlllloin L. ford Mitchell. Phone. M4-0700.

WOODWARD J & J Roofing Co. TVrxilldv, 207 AlvntyRf... !Up P. O. Bo 235: BUM&o. UctogWX !

POSTED lIOn: Treated' towttlutaad '

j It Now! .Phone !OAIX77HIllwuy ; wtaflwih. aosj .*.*, C1AP .g' : DON'T HAW TTM I ,q.
, :101 :South US AM. Sj Mial prle oa .tar KTfTELOrCI.; stiff we'll. ,r.
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