Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01269
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01269
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
1iiIIiII"IW-fIIJ" 'Wi'" ....1It'.1t.... lI'I.ti.\jI-.r' \ .. .. lUll".... ... ...."" ..Y_..... .. .... ...... Jxj". ..J.. ,#' ." ...... ""

,Julian C.. Yonga '

U. of Fla. Library -History:

PKY LIBRARY Gainesville Fla. 326.1.: '



USO Refacing; ,

>Si fri: '
miligF j I

New Bus 'arn

The Sweetest Strawberries Too Side Of Heaven "'o


NO. 23 Thursday, January 6, 1972 Copy Set B Board .

u_ ____ n _________.__ __.n.n_. ,.


DA Seeks : ,rE'I '. ," '00 '' ;..-- '", !

111 'II\'I". ;: -- \": ,((1",<" : : Winding up some /

141 j ( I '< ', \,' 11. loose ends of his Roberts Heads ,

To Keep P I ; construction plans

) ,fl' ?.. ''..'\ :'..,; \ ':, ; Bradford School Superintendent -

; '>I I! ;, ; \ ;; Tom '
Lump SumFunding ,. V. _, 100'f'' : Casey gained appro- 72 Commission

---' .......... :f wwwsr..f .. ..... .t.y t.-J,L_ val Tuesday to have !
: 1 plans drawn for a I
Insurance man Roberts
new bus and George was
.:. I., \ .... I I to proceed with remodeling elected Monday to head the 1972 Brad- }
Ii ford County Commission as the board
i the front of ;

Special legislation A!!i' .;. : ; r the USO Building. reorganized for the new year i I

to allow lump sum {
funding of the Brad- Both Jobs will be clone In It Is the second time Rob- objections to the plate as drawn I
so far as possible, with materials arts, who lives onBessentRoad that would keep me county board
ford Development a salvaged from tile demolition In Starke, has served as chair- from approving them after (he r
at the beginning ; of three classroomsat zoning board had liven Its OK. :
lr P f Bradford High School being One proposed subdivision Is i I
> of each bud- tom down to make room for r on SR-16 east Just outstdu the
get year will.be requested the second phase of construction 1 ,a aa Starke city limits and Is owned
of a new high school. r'1 wY{ by C. H. Najworthy. The other I
by the Brad- f.t The USO Building now houses Is on US- 301 south of Starke
ford County Com- the entire administrative and Is owned by Gilbert Cros-

mission. akv Y staff of the school system Including ley.At 1
recently remodeled offices the suggestion of CD Director -
for Supt. Casey, his secretary Frank Williams withheld ;
A recent Interpretation by his office staff: and disposition of a resolution opposing
State Auditor'. Office precludes: for Purchasing Agedt 1>. T. the moving of the Motor
the Bradford County Commls- : ; Nolln. Vehicle Inspection service: from
ton from funding the Develop h the Florida Highway Pats>! to
ment Authority; by the annual Casey's plans for major construction a new Independent agemr operated -
lump sum grant a. It has been are apparently proceeding by the Fiouda Department
doing for ;year. The DA baa smoothly.Vaidation ; of Public Safety. Williams said
been receiving $10,000 annually a a, kq of the $975,000 of that Rep. Gene Shaw has given
to be spent. It see fit. w-o r Yr 4P "1 1r revenue certificates of which hIm several valid reasons why
Some ;years the DA simply! allows $500,000 will be authorized sold ij perhaps, control of the car
the money It receive from w by the School Board for a media inspection agency should be
the city; and county; to accumulate Ii .. y h, and guidance center at BUS LJIJ' moved from under the FHP..
until an enterprlze worthy and a special education center
of consideration comes along. and eym-acUvltie..rea at __ -Was told by; Clerk Gib Brown
A. r Bradford Middle School la set that, after an' Inspection, the
The DA". .. if It II to properly this Friday In Circuit Court. George Roberts county; Jail continues to be properly -
; fulfill Its function\ requires No opposition to the validation ; operated.
capital assets that areJmmedIatab".wnableforwllat expected. man of the commission: The
-Declined to $100 to Join
first time was five ;years ago pay
The School Board also seta ,
ever Industrial development reqidrements nextTuesday when location of the new courthouse -' the National Association of .
special meeting *- -
that may. .arise,,rawer Jan.' 1L at 7:30: p.m. to was a stormy"Issue and ,County; Commissioners"the .: .'i:
to com.
Roberta -Agreed renew
than having* to approachthe Fiscal was defeated for reelection -
meet with Agent Harvey
J. M. (Buck) mission of Mrs. Virginia Darby .
by Nor
Board of County; Commissioners Henann to discuss sale of the ,.
" u each time funding: Is man, but won the seat back as a notary public.
indicated.. Development AuthorIty Building trod.. class from Vo.T.ch Center lays brick ar6und front of USO bonds. last year. -Took no action of a Depart-

; Chairman Jimmy Voore 'Building. 'It 1 Is a work-experience program and a money cover. for the school Construction will program total upwards for' the Robertaa- native of Law- ment support of Transportation a DOT proposal requestto of ,
wrote the County; Commlssslon. ;
board. of$70,000 Including the$ OO- toy, succeeds Commissioner a bond Issue to flnanace repair I
"This procedure would obviate 000 bond sale, $90,000 In state Dave Shuford of Lawtey as of state road bridges.
the need for a local Development special education $100,000 :halrman. Shuford had served -Was told by Sanitarian Tra I
Authority; u the State Board of Education bond two straight years as chair wick that Nassau and Union t
A Board of County; Commissioners revenue,. and $45,000 In capital man. Counties have requested copiesof
would In effect be outlay and debt. service) Only other change In the county Bradford County's sanitation
acting as Its own development Schools Lack AuthorityTo government's hierarchy was ordinance.
authority; Moore stated. "It "with virtually all available the naming of Attorney; Elzle -Agreed once again to try
I. believed that such .is not the construction funds pledged to Sanders as county; prosecuting out a used lo-boy trailer from
Intent of the Bradford County major projects. Supt. Casey attorney. Sanders replaces Attorney Ring Power Co. of Jacksonville -
Commission." told the School Board Tuesday George Pierce at that The trailer Is equippedwith
For Riot he plans to use salvaged post. hydraulic equipment to
Moore said the DA's counsel Pay Duty operate ramps to load and unload
has advised that special: enabling The firm of Shaw and Kope the county's; heavy equip
legislation Is required to (See Page 8)) louses was again retained to ment. That operation! must now\
authorize lump sum financing represent the county; commis be done by hand and Is dangerous -
of the DA as has been done In Reversing+ its position of pay- Casey said Tuesday he was :2 action to pay the bill. He ly; speaking, as you are well sion.' and time consuming. I,
the past. He asked the boardto Ing the Starke Police Depart- very doubtful that the school Included In his motion Instructions aware, public funds can only, Brooker Commissioner Ze- -Okayed> the hiring of a part-
seek such legislation. ment for riot duty; In last board had authority to pay a that the city be maileda be expended) under. dra Hamilton was named vice- time secretary by Supervisor
Commissioner Dave Shu- spring's racial disturbances at bill for police) protection. He copy of the opinion written thority." Slkes wrote toSupt. AttackBy chairman of the 1972 board. of Registration Neva Flynn to
ford's motion to seek such enabling Bradford High,the School Board had refused to sign a checkto by Herbert D. Slkes of the Casey Leon Ellington was reappolnted help purge to voter reglstratto -
legislation was approved voted unanimously Tuesday not the city; for the riot pay Office of the General Counsel, "The school board Is engagedIn road foreman Civil Defense books which must be done
unanimously.; The commission to pay the bill. until certain the school board State Department of Education the business of educationand Director Frank Williams was during January.Mrs.Flynn said
will make the requestat The new decision Is based had statutory authority; to pay along with an explanation from not police protection. This HogIs reappolnted for a seventh :year 1,100 names will be removed
the public hearing set Jan." on a legal opinion renderedto It. the school board. office would not question the and Herbert Norman was reappointed from the voter rolls unless
12 In the county: courthouse by the school board the State Since the legal opinion was "This office Is of the opdn- reasonableness of the police custodian.In residents reply to a card she
Reps. Gene Shaw and Wayne Department of Education's legal rendered, Board Member ion nor the value of the servicesof : has mailed them.
that the School Board of FatalEugene
Holllngsworth, and Sen. Bob other action Monday, the -Was told by Commissioner
branch In Tallahassee The Charles Sawyer said Tuesdaythe Bradford County; cannot expend the City; of Starke In assisting
Saunders. opinion! was requested by Supt. school board apparently has funds for the of the school system; In Commission: Roberts that the county road
purpose reimbursing
Tom Casey, who wrote for it no for paying; the the of controlling the disturbance; -Received notification from department Is now keeping a log
City Starke
after the School Board had finally bill.Citing the opinion as his for police) protection during the however, this Is the function Albert Jenkins of Randolph Hodges, director of of maintenance and materials]
: approved payment; of the reason Sawyer; moved that the recent racial disturbance at Imposed by lair on the local Starke was dead-on-arrival at the Florida Department of Na- used on each piece of county;
tural Resources that the 1970 A book la
equipment. separate
bill last Nov. 2. school board rescind Its Nov
.. Bradford High School.General- (See the Bradford County Hospital
Peg 8)) Legislature assigned to the Department kept on each unit. The countyIs ;
Monday afternoon after being of Natural Resources in the process of Installing
attacked by a boar hog. responsibility; of directing a- hour meters on all equipment
According to Deputy; Glen quatic plant research and control too Roberts said for more
Moore of the Bradford County In the state. The Depart- complete maintenance records.
5 Of 6 Escapees RecapturedFive Sheriff's Dept., Jenkins, 61,was ment has established a comprehensive -Gave permission for Tax Assessor .
p attacked by the large male hog research program J. R. Kelly to use office "
he was trying: to pen. The main which will supply: more effect. funds saved over a three
the a oiiut (trirr ..- artery In his right leg was ive answers to.the aquatic weed year period to Install carpet.
severed by a hog tusk. problem, Hodges said In a let- Ing In the work area of his
of six escapees from rence Barnes, Is still miss- In. the three escapees crawled scene were Terry Keene, a ter, and |s In the process of offlce. Kelly: said his employees I
MARCH OF DIMES Ralford State Prison who escaped from their hiding place behind HUlsborough County; armed Jenkins, a resident of Starke hiring personnel to be stationed are on their feet on a hard
last Tuesday and Friday Levine and Barnes were on the bales of hay and gave themselves robber; Larry Anderson a Polk for the past 2-1/2 years, bled throughout the state. Hodges concrete floor most of the time :
In two breaks have been recaptured work-release programs, employed up without! a struggle. to death before help could ar offered his department's assistance and that padding Is needed to '
Road Block according to Prison ; by a Baker County; nur Handcuffed together at the (See Page 8)) rive. to the county.; relieve their aching feet.
Superintendent Lawrence Dug- sery. MarUnei worked on the Funeral services for Jenkins
8 prison. -Okayed a trip to Tallahassee
Saturday, Jan. ger. poultry farm. will be held at 2 jun. today
Three escapees were found These the (Thursday) at the graveside la tomorrow for Sanitarian
,In a barn near the prison last were escapesof Inmate Found Jack Trawick to attend a committee Man
10 a.m. 2 p.m.Temple Wednesday morning. Three the new year. Twelve Inmates PIne Grove Cemetery. meeting headed bv Sen. Jailed :

Ave.Sponsored minimum security; Inmates escaped fled the prison' during "This Is the first time I've Lawton Chiles at which the
1971 the largest number In heard of senator wut have present several In Theft
BMS last Friday In the second every a person being
by any one ;year since the prison Beaten heads of departments of
break of the week and were Badly killed by an attack by a domesticated
rrrrrr'rrrBingo quickly recaptured, Dugger was animal said Chief Deputy the Federal government
said Dolph Reddish Willie Osby Is under a $1.000 ;
weary prison I escapees Trawlck U Interested, he bond In the Bradford County j
Games were found about 10:50 a.m. A Pasco County man Mna "All or at least some of them said In the possibility; of obtaining Jail on charges of entering .
"We lost three last night,," Wednesday Dec. 29, holed up ing 30-year sentence In the are Involved" said Tompklns. a Farm Home AdmIn- without breaking with Intent to :
Every Saturday Dugger said Saturday.'Two of In a wooden barn on the old Florida State Prison at Ralford( Slices was assigned to a one- Lawtey Council I istration loan to purchase two clmmlt grand larceny,petit larceny I
8 p..M.' them on work-release Jobs at Drew Reddish farm la north on a rape charge was reported man cell on the third! floor Raises land fllls and containers to and grand larceny.'
Macclenny,"and one from the western Bradford County; about still In critical condition Wednesday of one of the wings In the Approves begin the county's; proposed rural Osby Is accused of entering
St. Edward's farm here. three or four hundred yards at the University; of maximum security unit of the For Officials garbage pick up service. a car belonging to Carlton Meac
Parish Hall The Inmates were discoveredto from tile south boundary of Florida Medical Center after prison, but was found on the -Was told that because of and with the theft of Hong's
be missing\ during a 9:30: State Prison property. he was found nearly: beaten ground floor. Gene Pearson was re-elected Bradford's "springtime In De- $175 camera and a billfold containing
c-rt.., Of p. m. bed check la their quarters Capture of the prisoners to death Sunday morning. "He was In an open population ) chairman of the Lawtey' City; cember" the county mosquito $50 belonging to Frances -
outside the regular compound ended 27-hour manhunt which Ralford officials say the man, wing" TompklM said. Council at the first meetingof control unit was to begin sprayIng ; Boyd.; t.j
Olf? Community Dugger said. led prison officials and sher Jerry Dean Sites, was found The cell doors had beenJened.( the new ;year Monday night, Monday night. John According to Deputy; Sheriff
yta1V-dank iffs' deputies from Bradfordand by a guard late Sunday morn- and the Inmates were allowedto at which one new council: member -Cave preliminary approval Dempsey, the majority I :
"Two didn't get off the farm Union Counties through mud Ing. Eight other Inmates have wander around the M-man Marvin Rosier was sworn to two plats proposed subdivisions of the stolen goods have been
property, Superintendent and water and tangled under- been placed In solitary confinement wing at will. The wing Is one In. which recovered.
must meet
Ace... New, Insured. ; away," the yet Leading to his arrest, Osby
fe growth In the New River as) the Investigation: with an open cell In the center -
Inspection the
by Zoning Board.
Alp Te,$30.000 l II f The two recaptured. prisoners' swamp before bloodhounds continues, according to Jim and a series of balconieson : During the brief business session Chairman George Roberta was caught trying to peddle) I i':
Salvador LevIne and Louis a five cent raise presented a camera In Reno and he r
the to their TompMns, RaIford assistant I
finally-trailed men the cells located
which are
,...... DoeetltUeweese Martinet were found hiding In hiding place, about a mile from superintendent. was approved for the mayor' the plants to the boards, matched the description of a
The Initial that
report was saying the wanted toM
( Corp. a pecan tree on prison property. the point of escape.As Originally only five Inmates city clerk marshal, and garbage owners Negro man npo..lD the area
The. other escapee>> Law officers and dogs closed were being held In confinement (See Page 8)) collector. If the commission had any at the time of the) theft.

.) J 1 t

1 .
-, - -




", ,"

.t'1', ''\

,1' a ,1 -.// (j) (j.J/Oh f-' ,," .!1>}:" ;:! \, -,'. ',' ; '}: j,)""'\-' tt.'Ff .

/om"4/.I.1 ,
7f eu . \: ,, '';;I

I I ';
Gladys Moony, Society Editor 4)64.7608 I
- - - _ _ _______. eL.e+ ova vq 0 0i
-11II"---------"'" - - .
D. and Mrs. Henry Stotenel11 -' 1
Mr. and Mrs. William Mr.
Starke announce tta of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. '
The Little Women's Club will StetanelllorJacklonvlUe )
birth of ason, Eric Shane Albert
meet Monday night at 8 p.m. from a '
Alachua Gen- returned last Thursday
Ginger Baldwin, F. W. Stricklands; at the club house with Foster eral Dec. Hospital.20 In the Maternal grandparents weeks visit with Mr.\ and Mrs. 1 1James ;
Std Smith as speaker on me WU- Biggs and son In Mur-
and Mrs.
'Eyelyn Sinclair Observe 25th ; program. All members are lard Wynn.are Mr. ray, Ky. '(i'i'
urged I to attend. Ii.
H / J.Open Ii '

Misses r'Gb r.Be.

Evelyn at open house SlnclafiO Do you really want \

ing of last week at
the latter on E. ,
between the hours your brother-in-law to

rfi Christmas know how much
used In decorating .

r i was cloth casion.covered and The centered with a ".- .., you earned last year ? ':

candle holders with '
entwined with i.
.i Denise Winkler ; Of course not. It's nobody's business Furthermore, if your return is

crystal punch bowl. l., but your own. audited we will accompany you, at

Mrs. ... However, annually millions of taxno extra cost, to the Internal Reve-
and Mrs. M.A. bear this kind of Service and explain how
payers personal nue
sisted In serving.Valentine ,
1: information to people your return was prepared,
who really shouldn't even though we will not
know. For what? Just li act as your legal rep

> so they can save a k + resentative.few .
Thomas-leper To Be 1 few dollars doing t means that

For Heart their income tax. H & R Block isThat'uomeprice
Engagement t Told
Pamela Sue Tye Becomes ready to offer you .

A Valentine << to pay. year 'round tax
Mr. and Mrs. J.W, Thomas given by Gamma Bride Of Thomas R. Talley You see, for only service for just one

of Starke announce the engage ter, Beta Sigma few dollars low fee a year, with
a more
of their Diane and bridal attendants. Miss
ment daughter, on Saturday e"e Pamela Sue Tye,daugh.
Kay, to Edward W. Loper son at the Starke ; of Mr. and Mrs. John C, Brenda Criffls kept Hit than it costs to do it no extra charge for
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Loper Armory; with of) Lawtey, and Thomas bride's book. with any amateur who audits and estimates.
of Thereisa. donated to the Talley, son of Mr. and The bride's table was covered might not know that Yes, we cost a little bit
Miss Thomas graduated from ida Heart AIIJ4ICIa Jim B. Talley of Starke, with a natural lace cloth work clothes in some in more) than your relatives
BUS In 1971 and Is employedat branch of the united In marriage on) \ over pale pink and centered deductible that friends neighbors but
stances are or or or .
the Bradford County; Telegraph. at 8 In with a three-tiered wedding
Association. 16 p.m. '
Methodist Church, Law. cake decorated with white and income averaging might save tax when you think of what we deliver, .
Mr. Loper graduated from The "Four with Rev. Don Denton of pink roses topped with a minia- dollars, you can have your tax return you can't afford anything less than .:
BUS In 1968, and Is employedby furnish music for ture bride and groom.On either done by a specially trained' member H & R Block.
All Florida Electric In listening pleasure double-ring' ceremony side were candelabras with of the H & R Block team with
Gainesville to 1 a.m. performed before an al white tapers. Mrs. Phyllis Tal- plete confidentiality. There are corn.'T LET AN AMATEUR DO
Wedding plans will be announced decorated with two stand- ley Of Gainesville. rut ttut rake. HaR BLOCK'S JOB.
sands of them in conveniently
later.Dinner Tickets may be baskets of white gladioli The punch table was cen- over 6,000
from any Beta Sigma and chrysanthemums tered with a sliver punch bowl, located () and( H & R Block's
Given ber at $5 per () a background of green encircled with greenery and fees start at $5 the average cost H&R Block ,
964-5297 for ticket panels of Jade and tree pompoms. Mrs. Lloyd Macy was under $12.50 for the 7 million
For Shaw-McRae tion. with burning ta. of Kings ley Lake assisted In families we served last year. Tkc income tu people.118II. .

Wedding Party Everyone Is Mae Wells,organist,and serving.Following a wedding trip to

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Shaw and Heart help fund. support Ores Carol Hardy,soloist,pre- New Orleans, La. and Houston
of Putnam, Conn were host formal. : : a program of nuptial Texas the couple Is residing; WALNUT STREETOPEN
at a buffet dinner Wednesday In Starko.
night Dec 29, at the Starke B. Talley HI of Gaines. The bride Is a 1971 graduate 9 AM. 6 P.M. MOM. THRU SAT.
Coif and Country Club MoorIng Henry served his brother as or BHS PHONE 964-8286 '
their son, James, and his Will ; man and the ushers were The groom Is a 1970 graduate
fiancee, Beverly McRae, before Turner and Mark Grau- of BUS and Is now serving in NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY! .:
the couple's wedding re- 50th : the U$. Navy,stationed at May- s
John C.. Tye Jr.. of port. '
hearsal. ,
The buffet table was covered Mr. and Mrs i Daytona Beach, slster- ..- .. '.' '.. :.."T.:"-' ", ".. .-..', ':. ...i..4
with a white damask,cloth and will celebrate th.lr of the 'bride, attended I
centered with an arrangement of honor. She wore
ding: anniversary
of pink camellias. Arrange- length gown of ruby
Jan. 9, at their '-
ments of camellias were also and pink chiffon. The ,
with at
used at Intervals down the villa an sleeved bodice featured ,
length of the T-shaped dining 3 t to 5 .m.> empire waist run through !
tables. children, Mrs. velvet ribbon. The skirt ,.
The approximately 20 guests by, J.C. Carter_ of gossamer pink chiffon --D
attending Included the wedding and Mrs. Bob a nutllng acetate taf-
party; the parents of the the seven underskirt. Her head- SAVE S60 SET1
All friends and ,
i bride and croom and out-of. I07)I was a bow of ruby:: vel-
Invited to attend
town guests. with pink net veil. She car-
a long stemmed red rose
'A - --- -
_._ greenery and ruby ribbons.
- -
.. Jackie Gasklns and
Napier served as bride
In gowns Identical to INNERSPRING or
of the matron of honor,
they also carried long ,
red roses. Tammy .
was flower girl and .
was gowned' similar to the
attendants. Todd Denton
ring bearer.
bride, given In marriage
her father wore a formal
of Alencon lace, fash

with an empire bodice
crown neckline and bis-
sleeves with Jeweled lace ..
The skirt featured a
of peau de sole enve-
with scalloped lace ter
Into a chapel train
with scallops of A-
lace. She wore pearl y t
AT THE a gilt from the PLATINUMS
A full length mantilla 1 '' ,, ,r ttr'
silk Illusion and Alencon e
was worn. She carried
of white roses and
of pink sweetheart roses. Each
the wedding a re- Piece M
was held In the church :':.

rooms where baa- 0..p Pue/-Oullt.d lo Foam, all over... :;
of white gladioli mums and Supor-Surtacei-Soflneaa of loam euahlona" Mattress or matching Box Spring ,
were used In every part ol your body. e Twin or Full Size .;.:.
Foam rubber told in
Mrs. Eugene Pear- sets only ::I I.plng
greeted guests at the door ...and a new Space Age ale firm foam box 6 inch Twin Foam Rubber 139 95 Set "
ON presented them to the re- that never ruate, squeaka or mil.. 6 inch Double Foam 159.93 Sat "
line composed of the Our Snot v.lu.In over a hail :i
Size 29993 Set Queen Size 21995
FRIDAY and groom, their parents contury Quality Manuraurme, Super King Set ,

Talley-Dinner Tye GOLD a FIRM Regular 6995 on Sale at ,4995 1 t

Party :
Mattress or matching Box Spring :
Oysters Twin or Full Size :
and Mrs. Jim B. Tal- Foam rubber told {In lets only MI555i5Climatized
;were Wednesday hosts at iilght\a ,dinner Dec. Super King Size 219.95 Set Queen Size 159.95 Set MSrf for All Seasons 1 1r ''..:

the Holiday Inn In honor ''"''

DOZEN NI.35 son, Tommy, and his t..;
Pam Tye, before the rwritt "
'. wedding rehearsal. >".
honor guesta\ presented "..,
attendants with personal .'..
during the venli .Pt2 L urttiftit
+ '..
dining tables mire, ar- + tA o, '..
In a T-shaptd with a ''..
of. seasonal flo .
Bridal place cards ''-"
the seating arrange ':
for the Immediate famil ..
bridal party ...

.. J.A. Griffin and Mrs. fiUrke, FlorMa) g
Phone M4-M27
attended the
.34.W.: ; Call St. .
SERVED WITH BAKED four resident's coun '- .

AND TOSSED luncheon Woman's meeting Club at the In '


I.,._. A" "' .1.._..... 1..."..... ft I

J t, e .
" .. L J
-- -- -- -- --- -
---- -

I ou now

1971 The Year 1971 Is Gone 1972
-- -
Annual!ACBL Bridge; U-----ir-----

I Tournament 11 _
And We're Having A

The annual ACBL club theme -
I Plonshlp tournament will beheld
e at the Duplicate Brfcfee Club
next Tuesday night at 7:30: n.
m. Only 1972 ACBL members ,
will be allowed b play. Jr
winners In Tuesday nlctifa ....
Play were: first; Townsend and :
Ken Dent; second, Mrs. Hilda "
'\ Dey and< Mr. Luclle Davie'; *P
third tie, Mr. and Mr.-John!
Musaollne and Mrs. S. W. Hamilton
and MM. M. A. Bald-

win Jr. EIr: t l r }

EntertainedAiReddish Methodist Choirs av

" HomeOn I

Wednesday Dec. 22, Mr.
and Mrs. Drew Rcddlsh; entertained -

I I the Church.The First children the chlldl't\l1's United vlatted Methodist choir several of 1:: : ar, -I We CUT Every USED CAR On The PLACE( I I

homes of shut-ins and sanjt Tn s ,

where they Christmas'went refreshments to carol the Reddish after which horn were T Er. So If You Really Want To SAVE SOME :

served. i
The occasion was also a surprise -
birthday party; honoring MONEY !
i iOn
Doug Reddlsh's! llth birthday. .
Centering the refreshment table
was a birthday cake In the Beverly Lynn McRae

shape surrounded of a football by on yellow a greenfield and Mr. Shaw In First BaptistThe A Real Nice OK USED CAR Just

brown mums.
First Baptist Church was dloll and pompoms were used t
I Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Red- the setting for the candlelight In decorating. Mrs. James E.
dish were Mrs. Jack Eaves ceremony: uniting In marriage McRae greeted guests at the
choir director. Mrs. R.S. Mulling Miss Beverly Lynn McRae and door. Mrs. Harold Bowen kept HAVE A LOOK AT THESE
I Rev and Mrs. DeWitt James Carlton Shaw on Thursday the bride's book. Standing In
I Farabee, and George Loper. Dec. 30. at 8 P.m.,with the receiving: line were the
About IS children attended. Rev. W.A. Hairan and Rev. Ben bride and groom their parents
Curry of Trinity Methodist and the matron of honor. 1968 OLDS TORONADO COUPE 1970 FORD MAVERICK 2 DOOR SEDAN
huron; laiianassee, perfor- The bride's table was cov-
Mr. and Mrs. Reddish enter- ming the nuptials. The bride ered with a white satin cloth ompletely loaded with equipment, 39,000 Miles, very clean inside and out. 6 Cylinder standard shift, radio and heater, also cold air conditioned
tained Adult Choir members, Is the of Mr. and with tiered wed Soft with for
daughter and centered a gray paint black 'vinyl top, with white vinyl Interior trim, air
of the First United Methodist Mrs. Robert R. McRae of ding cake decorated with multi- "dltloned. con your comfort. A nice little car.
Church and their husbands and Starke and the groom la the son pastel rosettes made by the
wives with a covered dish din- of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton H. groom's sister) and flanked bv LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE
their Wednesday, Dec. 29, at Shaw of Putnam, Conn. two white tapers entwined with PRICE
home In Green Acres with Centering the altar were two pink pompoms and fern Insll-
19 attending. Urge.pedestal baskets of pink ver holders.Mrs.Dewayne Mc $1895 $1895.
The serving table was covered Rae and Miss Kathl Peterson, $1295
and white gladioli and -
with a Christmas tablecloth pompoms sister of the groom, cut the
centered with a red and against a background of bride's cake.
white Christmas arrangement white branched: tapers.candelabra Candles In with the The two punch tables were 1968 OLDS 98 L. S. SEDAN 1968 MERCURY MONTEGO M.X. Coupe
After dinner, the choir mem- covered with white organdy over
bers held a short rehearsal. windows of the church were satin cloths and fern, and pink Dark blue paint with blue Interior Like new all over, air conditioned brakes.
entwined with greenery. ( nicely equipped with power windows,, power steering, radio, heater,
Mrs. Walter James, organist pompoms. In seats, steering brakes, air conditioned, 48,000 on. owner miles. T. engine!! automatic( transmission Clean! Clean! Clean! One owner,
Beta/ Sigma Phi } and Walter James, soloist Assisting serving were 41,000 miles, still under factory warranty.
Misses Marilyn BolllnierSanIn -
To Meet MondayBeta of 'Tallahassee, uncle and LAST YEAR PRICE
Muggins, Ruth Church, Kay NEW YEAR PRICE
aunt u'it groom, presented Epos, Glenda Eppa. Lataln PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE
a pivv. :ra.it of nuptial music.
Sigma Phi sorority will Herres, and Pam Rayburn.
; Mr. Shaw attended.: his son $1695 $1795
meet Monday, Jan. 10, at 7:30: as best man. Usi..; ;re De- and Mrs.Ronnie Thomas.
jun.: at the home of Mr*. Len- Wayne McRae brother of the Following a wedding trip to
wood Kitchens with Mrs. Arthur bride Dale Brown, brother- St. Augustine, The bride and 1969 BELAIR 4 DOOR SEDAN
Patray as cohostess.Members : ,. in-law of the bride,Steve James groom are residing in 'ial- 1968 OLDS,88 4 DOOR SEDAN ((2)) CHEVROLET
are"reminded"to' -and Bill James, cousins of the lahassee where they are sen-
bring articles 'tor-the 'Silent ,groom.Mrs.. .,!ors at_FSU and ill graduate, Power steering and brake., air conditioned, radio and heater, vinyl trim, VB engine, automatic transmission','power steering, brakes, radio heater and
Auction and to Invited husbands Dale Brown attended her '" good tires, and clean. One gray and on. blue. air condition. !
In June. The bride Is majoring
or dates to,attend this sister as matron of honor.
In Art Education, while Mr.
meeting. wearing floor length a deep gown green trimmed velvet In Shaw Is majoring In Business LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE

gold, similar In design to the Management
Local admittances: to
ford County Hospital this week bride's gown. In her hair she $1495 $ $1695
Include: Mrs. Amis Mae Shu- ,wore a' pink carnation llly- Donald Firth of St. Louis
and ribbon
of-the-valley matching: -
man Waldo and; Mrs.Elijah Gall Royston.Youngblood.! Brook-Maxvllle bouquet headpiece.of pink She carnations carrlod and a guest Mo. was of Thursday Mr. and Mrs.to Sunday R.E. 1971 OLDS 98 L. S. SEDAN 1970 PONTIAC G.T.O. COUPE (THE JUDGE)

er; Sebe: Harris, Mr*. Ella baby's ribbon Itr..uners.breath with matching Firth. This Is the plush one from oldsmobile, AM/FM steno radio, and power, 00 V8 engine automatic transmission, power steering, and brakes, radio

Mae CoWs Johnny A. Lee Little KImberly Brown Miss Lillian Stump spent the everything) Including- conditioning and black vinyl top ono owner, looter, mag wheels, wide tires, bright orange paint with tail spoiler, (WOW ,
Tiny Guertln GeorgeE M. served as flower girl In a weekend with Mr. and Mrs. 12,000 miles. WHAT K CAR.) 2:
Harris and MahaUoo, John W. Griffin In Ochlochnee:
similar to that of the

Given In marriage by her rather -
Mn. Gladys Weldon returned the bride wore a floor Mrs. Phillip> Jacobs of New $4995 $2895 _
Sunday. from 15 lays :
length gown of white polyester) York City was last week guestof
visit with Mr. and Mrs. W.A. "
Mr and Mrs. Brian tarot
cotton lace over satin peau :
Weldon In Bushnell. featuring the Victorian style ton.Mr. 1969 OLDS 98 2 DR HARD TOP COUPE 1969 DODGE DART CUSTOM COUPE

I I Denver Mrs. N.K.Fuller Hurst of Indianapolis and Mrs. with lace sleeves high ruffled with wide collar ruffled full and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Soft baby blue paint with dark blue vinyl top, full power equipment and air Red paint, red vinyl Interior' black vinyl top, 225 cu. In. 6 cylinder, auto- '.

I Ind. were Tuesday overnight cuffs: and seed pearls at the had In net as. Scrub guests Thursday at their'camp bBioughina condition, AM/FM stereo and stereo tape system, vinyl interior. This is matic transmission, w/w tires, wheel covers. All the interior and exterior ::
guests of Mr. and Mri. W.S. collar and cuffs. The satin ribbon Hiss Judy [ really a flneautomobileln all respects. chrome trim. ;:.
, Slade while enroute to BocaRaton. at the mldwalst extendedIn Graham, Mrs. Charles Fowler LAST YEAR PRICE LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE f
: back to the floor, and satin and Dr. Donald Chubb of
covered buttons extended from Winter Park and Mn. James '
: Mr. and Mrs. Walter ()brfn..Id the neck to waist. The gown McNeely and daughter of Lake $2895 $I99S. $1795
of Rosevllle, Mlch.are on was fashioned and made by land. ,
an extended visit with Mr.and the bride's mother. The bride's ...
Mrs. John Mussolini at Crystal white shoulder length veil of Miss Vldde Williams has returned 1969 PLYMOUTH SPORT SUBURBAN 9 PASS WAGON 1910
Lake. Illusion was secured: to a pink from a weeks visit with

Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Smith ,sweetheart and rose llly-of-the-valley white carnations -, her Mrs.uncle Billy and Powell aunt in Mauldln.Mr. and Power steering, brakes, door locks, air condition and speed and crude con Very clean, local one owner car, blue body with white top power steering,

of Needham. Mass were Monday neatipiece. sne wore white. pearl Btrel', clean, <<,000 miles, tan paint with wood panelingdown the side. brakes> and air conditioned. AM/FM radio, now tires. A great automobile :.
I overnight visitors of her earrings and carried a bouquetof S.C.Mr. for the family. .
,, mother. Mrs. Bertha Pearce, pink sweetheart roses, white and Mrs. Robert MyrIck LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE
while enroute to South Florida. pompoms and baby's breath.A spent the holidays with their LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE ,:
They will also spend several reception was held In the son-in-law and daughter, Mr. )2595
days next week with Mrs. church Fellowship Hall, where and Mrs Ronald Fltzpatrlck $2195 $ $2495
Pearce. baskets of pink and white gla- and with their son, Bill My-.
rick, all In Arlington, Texas.
Bill Is a student at Bible Baptist 1910 OLDS VISTA WAGON 9 PASS 1963 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD 4 DOOR SEDANSolid

Announcing. Seminary and Is also choir white with black cloth trimmed in white leather interior, this fine ,;
director at the Northside Baptist One owner, still under factory clean .
warranty very light yellow with white automobile hat all the power features that one would desire and clean :
The Opening Of Church In Carrollton Texas. top full power equipment. Including windows/ and a tilt wheel also I the
H steering snot word. It's like new with only 47,000 one owner miles. Spare ,;:.
factory stereo tape system tire Is new as well as the tires on the ground. Live a little Drive a ';

Mr. and Mrs. Carl hurstwere LAST YEAR PRICE NEW YEAR PRICE
in Lakeland, Ga. Sunday
visiting Mr. and Mrs. M.F. $3 $3295
Chitty and Mr. and Mrs. Chester $1295. $995"I


Mr. and MM. E.D. Tenly Sr. i:
Specializing Finished Pieces. Greenware Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Tenly and I
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst and
Paints and Firing Also Available. children attended the Tenly
family reunion at the home of

We Also Offer Finished Pieces Made'To Order Mr.Gainesville and Mrs.Saturday.L.R. Tenly In 6's

Especially For You


FOR MORE! DETAILS CALL 964-5602 Dealer"I
Published vnfrr llnmdejr :
at. W. till.elryitStarke.
U.S. 301 North Phone % .
claM postage'>paid.

Owned and Operated by Eloulse Goodman at Mark*.* World STARKE I !

SokecrfeUott. Bates J I
Located] at 515 Alton Road.
I la trade areas"N." per .e

:y err> 'US.ft* norths.taUkM .. .
CLOSED TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS < trad avreai. JJo 'Sooner or Later Your Favorite
per year; Aoe. i-. "- I

I January 6. 1972eopYe Telegraph Page 3e

j t _
- - -- - -- -- -

I'.. ,,, _,-,:,,: ".. ,',', .:: ,,.. -.x 1: -'.''''''-'-'-'''''''''-,'''''''' .-........'''''.'''''''.... "" ... -........!.., II

Too 'Many,Hunters No Easy Solution For County's

For Too, Little Game Flood Problem Rotarians Told

More and more hunters are -Deer and turkey season No permanent solution to seen restoring mlned-out areas In
..becoming concerned about the should be shortened to one for Bradford Counts flood, West Florida by the plantingof.
shortage of game In Florida month. drought' cycles until a, watercontrol Okinawa Lespedesla. a re-
this season, and a few are -Close. gobbler season completely. plan'Is adopted and put seeding jerennlal.lecum.,'re-
beginning to offer some con- effect. ct'Iltl1.introdUced into this
structive suggestions. -No more than a two month Into This was the. opinion ex- country. He said that the Conservation = -
Sharp declines have been reported season for squirrel and quail. pressed CovingtonWoodley, service had ordered ..
in the number of deer Many hunters feel that all District Conservationist forth 100 pounds of this seed for
killed In Camp Blending and hunting In the state should be DuPont
Bradford and Union County Soil use by the CompanyIn
Lake Butler Wildlife Management closed for a three-year periodin Conservation Districts In a talk experimenting: with stabile
Areas, a* well as other order to give the game population at the Stark Rotary Club Wed- sing the sand in old mlned-
of the state and at a chance to recover from ..
sections nesday. Dee. 29. out areas at their mining operation -
least two private) hunt clubs previous years of over-hunt- The speaker said that a for- east of Starke. He said

i w. In the Jacksonville area have TTies. and other mal application was made for that 100 pounds of Texas mil
already closed their deer seasons suggestionswill a Wateroak Creek Watershed let seed had also been ordered
because of a shortage of be considered by the Game
for the DuPont Company,
Class BHS WaIte,.. Commission at public hearings back in 1964. but that nothing
et Reunion af 1951. Photos by Terry game. since! that time both types; of seed will be planted
One club noted that the deer Prior to drawing up some new had been done
Class Of Holds Reunion Cub/ harvest this year was nearly ,laws for next season. to push the project and It had this spring. ,
I BHS 1951 A'f Country 80 per cent below that of last One main factor In the shortage apparently become sidetracked.:
I and last of deer is believed to be You've got to have local Can ( : rll1'ohCI'
The Bradford High School of the original class were pre- Fred Bennett Sr. )proximately'earL 40 perrcentsdo the careless or deliverate killing leadership to push such a project -
Class of '51 held Ita 20-year sent at the reunion. Eighty; During the Mrs. bar. 1976. Charles Hutcheson from the year before. of doe almost hunter ," he said and apparently \V ill Resume '0'
class reunion December 30, six: were present In all. As- Ruth Cummey Toppins program, a of Starke was elected to serveas One spokesman laid, "The reports seeing 100 does this has been lacking" He 0:.
member -
1971 at the Starke Golf and guests the I CountryIub.. faculty; and administrators of A gift was presented to William the hunters who invade the Blandlng Management Area lose interest In Hood control
memoriam of
A social hour, delicious dinner BHS In 1951. Those who at- the former classmates.for Douglas two Booth of Fort WaltonBeach fields every weekend to kill during the current: season. as soon as the water gets away, The Reynolds aluminum cash- ,
and an entertaining program tended were: Mr. and Mrs. Martin, who passed between who came from the fartheaat everything that moves." and forget about It until the next tor cans mobile unit will make
was enjoyed. Jack Hazen'rave V.R. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs the Junior and away Senior- distance. There was a four- The following six-point program time. its first stop of the new ;year
the Invocation and Mar- J.C Hobbs, Miss Della Rosen- years, and Mrs. Nancy Knight way tie for the couple having has been suggested by Services Set He said that a Soil Conservation in Starke on Thursday. Jan. 13,
vin Warren Jacksonville,formerly berg, i Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Byrd, wno passed In the most children, and a draw- one observer as ,a means of team had made an on-ilta from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Starke
of La rtey,, was master Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Hugh July, 1953. away Ing made for the gift went to bringing the !game populationback Today For preliminary report on the Plaza, after a holiday layoff.
of ceremonies. !Ingram of Tallahassee, !'.It.and The class voted to have reunions Kathryn Colson Boynton and to Its former strength 'Mr. Jenkins Wateroak project and Indicatedthat The "Keep America Beauti
There were 75 students In the Mrs W.T. Coran Jr., of every five years, with Ken Bovnton of Gainesville who -Strict enforcement of all It appeared to have a fee!. ful" mobile unit -will resume
1951 graduating class, and 41 Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. the next to be held in Decem- have four children. game laws.A : orable cost-benefit ratio for a buying all-aluminum cans during -
Jail sentence for offenders 'Services are'set at 2 p.m.today small watershed. Its regular stops here every
without a One in lieu of (Thursday Jan" 6)for Eugene Under the watershed plan.local other Thursday.The .
jail time. Albert Jenkins, 61, who property; owners must pro- three mobile units oper-
I ( orrornlr| ; T alb. -Keep all hunting dogs out of died Monday after being gored vide easements for the necessary ated in, Florida by Reynolds
.NNN. .- . .,N. the WQdaII1t1l opening day of by a hoe.Funeral. storage areas and otherstructures Metals. Co. have brought In
< )UlnT Nr\ l.uus
with the Federal
the season. services are set at I more than seven million all-'
I at the I IN rli\i- .11111. I IA graveside in PIne Grove Cem- government sharing the cost aluminum cans In less than
Out-of-town guests
Mrs of control structures and\ engine -
Ruby Britt and with Rev. Dal- and
James Shaw eon and Mrs. R.O. Donsby etery Leeroy six months of operations
Mcltae- Mr.
Beverly Dec. 30 were: Miss Ray, of Ocala were weekend spent Sunday to Thursday of Lxaal1.ai i'. rymple officiating DeWitt C. u1r A watershed plan the volume Is,steadily grow '1
wedding visitors of Mrs. T.D. Dyal. her mother five per cent corporate Jones Funeral Home is in inch des Impounding and storIng
Suzanne Twerdochllb, Palmetto. last week with ing.The ,:
income and no-fault 70 P '
tax, a auto n'f'lIl I
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mrs. Marvin Andrews In Ozark charge arrangements. eater for use In dry per- drivers of the mobile
Fla.:Jeffrey, Steve BUI and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Slade Jr. Ala. Insurance plan that makes It Colta'ted resident of Starke for the iods, as well as taking off excess units pay 10 cents per pound .
James James Mr. and Mrs. and sons) of Jacksonville were Illegal In Florida without cov- ,past 2-1/2 years Mr. Jenkinswas water in time of flood, (about 23 all-aluminum cans) '
Joneen Bowen ,Charles Westrlp Saturday and Sunday guests\ of Mrs. E.M. Davis visited her erage head up a list of a dozen Bradford County taxpayers employed by Trlest Con- Woodley said. and the cans are brought to
Jr.Harold, Mr. and,Mrs. Ben Curry Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer. sisters, Miss Mamie Andersonand new laws that went Into effect! have paid more than $700.000of struction Co. He was born in On another matter,the speaker Reynolds recycling centers In .
and Miss Leila De Jarnette of Mrs. Pauline Stone in Ar- with the new year Saturday, the record breaking $1 Vaughan, N. C., February 21, said that successful experiments Jacksonville, Tampa .and MI-
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen cher several days last week. Jan. 1. 1910. have been carried on In amt.IiIIQUtlrHth'i..
Miss Ruth Church
Tallahassee; attended -the Hagey.Watson On that date the state began million in ad valorem taxes Survivors include his wife:
of Stowe, Ohio; Jack Ledbetterof weddlnr last Thursday at Sea Miss Allyne Bozard and Mrs. collecting the tax on corporate levied on them for 1971, according Cella Ann Jenkins: one daugh- - -" - ----- -----.- .
Clearwater Stevens; and Mr.Miss and Ellen Mrs. Island. Can and the Gator. Bowl Vernle Brady of St. Matthews profits, passed by the Legislature to Tax Collector J.R. ter, .Mrs. Linda Harper of 7 ; ; ; ; :
Henry game Friday.Missl S.C. were guests last week of In a special session after Kelly. Starke; one step-daughter;Mrs. '
Stevens of Miami; Mr.and Mrs. a vigorous campaign In Its When last totaled, the collections -
Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Bradley.Mr. Lucille Cannon of Okeechobee
E- ; Starke Center
Shaw Mrs. Muriel New Chiropractic ,
amounted to
'' behalf by Gov. Reubln Askew per one !
Kathy Myers has returned George Hunnlcutt.
vans Miss Wendy Evans, Mr. and Mrs. T.II. Slade Sr. and approval by the voters last cent of the total amount due, of Miami; five brothers. Henry 167 W. Call St. Across From Old Courthouse n.
and Mrs. Albert James. Mrs. to Flagler College in were In Biloxi, Miss. Wednes- November.The Kelly said. Deadline for payment and George Jenkins, both of
Kathl Peterson, Miss Holly St. Augustine after being home day to Monday and attended the new no-fault Insurance of 1971 taxes is April Roanoke Rapids, N. C.; Eddie Dr. Ronald E. Dopson, Dire tor
Shaw, Miss Robyn Shaw of for the holidays. Sugar Bowl game.Itrudford plan also went Into effect, pro- I, after which the delinquent Jenkins of Virginia Jessie Jenkins -
Putnam, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. viding misdemeanor penaltiesof tax sale will be held. of Wilmington, N. C.j; and Formerly With Owen Research Foundation
Keith Jowers and Alan.lowers Mr and Mrs J. Crelg Moyerand ( Alieud fine or Imprisonment for Woodrow Jenkins of Halifax Of Jacksonville For! 3 Year
of Fort Walton Beach; and Mrs. family of Mandarin were drivers who fall to have cov- N. C.; three sisters, Mrs. Ruth
Charles Westrlp Sr. and Mrs.D. Thursday dinner guests of Mr. Of 1971 Coal erage. Under the law, minor Clary Plains Va. OFFICE HOURS:
Container manufacturersseek
Stearns of St. Petersburg. and Mrs. F.W. Strickland. I In accidents are paid for by Insurance SallyWhite RanokeRapids
Bond Salts to help the ecology: battle Mrs. Mon.. Wed., Ft\\ 9.12 and 3-6
Christie Thompson, of Jack- companies without thenecessity by developing an edible plas N. C., and Mrs. Rosa Tues. Thurs. Sat. 9.12 Or
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin sonville were guest of Joy An- S.L. Peek, Jr. Bradford County of court action to fix tic. Aunt Bella has been making Holt burham, N. C., and 12 ( By Appointm.ntPhone
of Arcadia and daughter,Cheryl drews and Steve Cassel of volunteer Scavenge Bond the blame. her fruitcake out of some- grandchildren and one great- 964-8018 '
the University of Florida Chairman, reports November Among other laws becoming grandchild.
of Miami wan Pimot of Jlmmv thing very similar. [or years.
spent Thursday to Sunday with Andrews last Thursday and sales In the county; totaled$18- effective January 1 ar: 1.
relatives here, 024. At the end of November, --Making It a mlsdeameanor \,
Friday. -- - - - -
to discard litter In a public - - - r
the county; attained 106.3 per - - -

Mr. and Mrs. John layers Miss Nancy Goodhue of Huntsville cent of Its 1971 goal placeMaking ,.
It Illegal to pilot
of Ambassador this November sales of Series F.
were guests Ala. Is the guests .
and Mrs. Horace Smith at Del- week of Miss Marilyn Bollin- and II Savings Bonds In Flor- plane while drunk. :J
ida totaled $9.3 million Fixing a five year maxi- C.ENTRALH EAT n
ray Beach from Thursday to ger. The girls are roommatesat -- up .
'$500,000 over November 1970. mum prison term for a second .
Sunday. Samford University.' ;; : ,: :
During the 11-mor.th period endIng conviction foivsoundlnga false, .'" V.'
flrealnrm, or-malicious des*" 1 !t
November 20, Florida bond "
Mrs. J.M. Edwards Sri'and
Mrs. (lardy Dean and daughters sales totaled $107.7 million traction of private property, exceeding :-
daughter Mrs. J.M. High
Susan and Mrs. Colleen
an Increaseof$17.5mllllonover $200 in value 'NO *
children of Jacksonville aoent Harrison of Chlefland were WAITING FOR INSTALLATION
several days last week in Boca: last Wednesday visitors of Mr. the same period last year. --Making it necessary for
Raton visiting Mr. and Mrs. Florida had achieved 108.2 anyone building a plant that
and Mrs. C.L. Cooper.
John Pare. per cent of Its 1971 sales goalon might pollute the air to first
November 30. obtain a permit from the Department -
of Pollution COI1 'Ol. Completely Installed iti i

.. ...i-A-d 4 Air pollution Is also grounds ,i
for civil suit damage action .',
--Several new laws applying

.a books to taxation: Including are also an additional on the WE PROVIDE TEMPORARY ;, i i:

; $5,000 property; exemption from *-!" iI

years school or taxes older for, who Floridians have lived 65 HEAT DURING INSTALLATION WORK. ',:;\;:" ,

CARPETSAVI in the state five years or more. "
: Employers with one or IF NEEDED '\ '
more regular employees or ,
NGSby more than 20 seasonal workersmust

t now provide workmen's .
compensation benefits to farm 's'1 ,
workers. ,
Local agencies are still getting -1 :
j the word about new laws going ),<< \JI",' :.' '.', 1.
into effect! tills year, and are In ':- if; :, :
the of the
process '.,,1_ ,
new rules or of finding someone .
who can If they can't decide ;
...,. 'J'.1I' :' ;r:
J---r .i the Intent of the law. J. :
jI .::1.,. -:.:
., fruckloadYour ;. ;..::

Sales Tax
11; CollectionsUp Here is what .-e:;,
\Iyou get.: :g::

In County 80,000 BTU. Carrier Furnace .,. g;:

Thermostat controls t. .
Sales tax collections InBrad-' '
h:. .
ford County; showed a 19.47 air supply ducts ,

per cent gain from 945,473.10 e One return air duct.
In November 1970 to $54,325.- ; :
22 in November 1971 according: e All labor and materials
CARPET to figures released by. the State .E:'
Comptroller's office. Completely I ::

Union County; showed a gain Furnace Centrally Installed ,

3 of 8.790from/ $7,992.58 to j
$8,695.25; and Clay County; Located '
Choice gained gr :
646.64afortheseine7two : .,
to $ :...
Rooms months. .
Sculptured or Shag '

Baker County; led the state in Gis Oil Or Heebie
for only percentage of gain .- :
Now you can enjoy| the, '".ury.f tint. .hap or 05% Increase from $188,557.
leVI,"'.... carpet of a law,"law price.Carpet 3 in November 1970 $29,331.24
rooms (living.. room, dining room and hall) 'In
in November 197))

I 'your, .choice color Ml of<<(tion.hag or' sculptured
Cam In. .Ul your f..t sink! In the beauty of Mils 279 In
I hag or scutp.ur.d carpel .. In colon fa dV up gains Mies tax collections -
light the mod ditcriminaKngl Prk Include for the two months except
profeiiional. installation and quality pod-!? Gulf County; which has been '
No hidden .." 0,1 Other priced proportionately hampered by a strike against VV* Service AtfMofce I
low. COMPLETELY INSTALLED a paper mill which caused a PHONE
major loss of Income In that ;:.

'(BASED ON 40 SQ. YDS.) The sales tax. which 'Is '. RESmENflAL. .7701 ,' .',' I+
Florida's leading governmental ,
brought In. -" '
revenue source, -c.

,OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 9 over $68 million In revenue CONVENIENT. BANK FINANCING L''
during November. Bade County -
:, ',SATURDAYS 5 led. as usual with ,$12.9

PHOHE372.0441Ir SB million the second, more highest than county double neighboring .. "

l Broward. Duval{ with SLADE GAS AND .
'2929 N.W.13th St. $5.5 million, and Hlllsborough APPLIANCES

Y with $5.6 million wen also ,

.iustNorihelfh.MeltBEDDING '! t dliI leading contributors. 332 W. MadUon St. ':


Fare d Teleraoh' ''nulI'V ft. t 1972

,t ti
h'1 .
--- -- -- -------- -- --- - ----
----- -

- -- -

' ,..,, :.'... ,, '" ; '.: .: ,,. ,, .. : .. .. ,,. .:. ,=,, : .. .. ., .: ", .)w;.. .,,, .p-., .._.. ,,=

Booming Land Sales Double Rec Board Member's Plants And Shrubbery

. .. .. ... . .

Documentary Stamp Collections Resignation Refused Need Attention Nmv

Booming land sales In the County more than tripled! from Mrs. Ann Godwin resigned -Wrote off the books nine The Christmas Season and the be disregarded, shoved aside do need some attention. If and cellent time to do so.
Dtswnr World Gold Coast and $1,380 in November 1970 to from the Starke Recreation Department delinquent utility accounts totaling New Year have passed. We or maintained In Installments. when frost occurs you should Annual plants are subject to
Tampa Bay ana Jumped Nov- $4,591 during November 1971. this week after City $815.72. place them away for another Perhaps It would be better for at least hose the frost off of worms during the winter
ember documentary stamp and State documentary stamp Councilman Jimmy McRae -Received notification from season and disregard them almost your plants If you would feed the grass. This will prevent months. One of our widely planted -
surtax collections to the highest of $5.1 million receipts questioned the length of terms Rep. Gene Shaw about a pub- without thought until next water and spray them much excessive blackening of the annuals, the Calendulas' to
represents for recreation board membersat lic hearing for legislative. matters around. This Is not like make installment -
In history, according toStateCoovtroller an 84 par cent increase year rolls you payments blades. Lawns over-seeded with very susceptible to worm own
Fred 0.Hcklnsoo. over collections for Novemberof the same time her name ) set for Jan. 12. The connell true with plants. They cannot Flor!<&Nurserymen and rye grass should have an application age. A weekly application of
1970 and a 141 per cent rise was up for reappointment. Indicated it will seek a Growers Association memberssay of a good mixed fertilizer Sevin can prevent damaged
I, The record-br: aldag $$.' over the same month in 1969. The Cite; Council, however 'law to make uniform the payMents that plants would be healthier now. A light green yel- leaves and flowers.
million brought In by the two Surtax collections of $814,872 refused Tuesday night to accept cities make to tax collectors and (of higher quality If lowish discoloration of your This Is the beginning heavy
taxes last month represent showed a 104 per cent growth the resignation of Mrs. for collecting city; tax- they were maintained on this rye grass Indicates that It has Camellia flower productionfrom
lions of dollars In real estate over November of 1970 and a Godwin because..i t as Councilman es. This year under a new basis. a need for nitrogen.: now until March. Camellias
transactions. Regular stamp tax: 112 per cent change from 1969. McRae put It, nrmly believe state law residents pay county Some of the things you might Deciduous trees at this time should be loaded will soft
collections nearly doubled In The biggest gains were In Mrs. Godwin has" made a good ; and city taxes In one bill need to five attention to this of year require some cart. If delicate flowers. If your plant)
November compared to the Palm Beach, Dade Broward"and board member. to the county tax collector month can easily be overlooked. there is an indication of scale, has been heavily Infested with
same month last year while Plnellae Counties, with 100, Chairman Nell Tucker sug- then he remits the city's; The cool, drY air from the feeding on the bare limbs ap- tea scale tnenTyou" will probablybe
surtax collections more than and' 200 gested that Mrs. Godwin be share. north will dry out foliage and ply a Malathion spray. This can short on flowers. Spray your
.doubled. per cent growth In recontacted about serving a second the soil? Because o( these con- be repeated In 7 to 10 days. plant with one of the following
Regular stamp collections In counties HUlsborough of and Disney World five-year term on the Nest IoetorSeennd ditions, plants will need J almostas Some of the trees that you might chemicals for the control often
Bradford County totaled $3,130 Brevard. Indian! Orange. Volusia. recreation board. Mrs. Godwin much water now as they needin Inspect rather closely are scale. There are several on the
River St. Lu- she has reconsidered
as compared to $2.145 for t tilt cie, and Martin. said Wednesday and will serve after .I- or the summer Make plansto chinaberry, Persimmon and market. Cygon and Ethlon are
same period last year. Surtax The November collections Chairman Tucker said it would plant some bulbs for spring Peach. If you have not fertilized two that will give adequate con
collections Increaaedfrorn$209 large shade trees around trol of tea scale.
Lake Sutler( flowering. There are many
in November 1970 to $484 last brought the results from the be good to have experiencedboard your home now Is an ex-
month. two taxes during the first five members meet with the bulbs suited to Florida con- _
November tax collections In months of. the fiscal year to council when It discusses the The doctor-shortage situa ditions. Here are some you DR. D. W. WHIFFEN u
Clay County nearly doubled with $25 million. length of terms as Mcliae has lion In Union County ended the might want to consider Amaryllis -
917,888 collected last month suggested.Mrs. year on a brighter note when Call, Dahilla, Glo- Announces th. Association of
to Godwin says, however Union County officials wel- rlosa and Zeph>rnntlies. One
compared) $8,225 collected
In November 1970. Mrs. Kennedy 87 that if the rec board members comed a new physician to the caution here might be well to DR. J. H. MINESINGER
collections In Clay terms are staggered or short- county: ; last Friday. mention never plant your
Surtax Dies Wednesday ened she plans lo ask for the Following a special meetingof bulbs too deep. Further, bulbs In the practice of Optometry at
briefest term so someone else FOR OUTDOOR COOKSA require only shallow covering.
Mrs. Blanche Kennedy 87. will have an opportunity to the Union County Commission colorful barbecue apronthal's Amaryllis itself should be set 207 S. Walnut St.
Fork LiftEscapees 1 serve. and the Board easy to carl for can with one-third of the bulb in
of Starke died in the Bradford of Hospital be made from cotton Office hours:
Mcfiae said repeatedly Tuesday Trustees terry the ground. Established bulbs
County Hospital Wednesday last Friday, It towels. Simple to
morning following an extended he was not aiming at Mrs. was announced that Dr. R.W. made from two Cannon sew.bath-Its should be given an applicationof 900( to 5:09: )

illness.She Godwin when he suggested that Healy would start practice In size towels In a handsome'counterpoint a bulb fertilizer. Closed Wednesday Afternoonand
was bom in Cadiz. Ohio five years might be too long Lake Butler on Thursday, Jan.' design. Cotton
In Custody May 17, 1884 and was a mem- for a recreation board member 6 with offices In the old King ball fringe and bias tape adda Lawns are rather dorment Saturday Afternoon
ber of the Presbyterian Church. to serve. Mrs. Godwin said Hospital" building. bright finishing/ touch at this time of year but they
Mrs. Kennedy had made her Wednesday she did not take it
Dr. Healy will have his office -
Hex Cyger 27, one of the home with her daughter at personally. Her letter of resignation -
open on succeeding Thursdays
two Inmates who escaped from to the council stated
Fridays, and Saturdays,
the Florida State Prison on not wish to becomeem-
did :
Surviving are two daughters, she until February 3, when he will
November 13 In an armorplated hassle the
broiled in over
Mrs. Shep Tomllnson of Starke a close out his former practice
fork lift' was captured last and Mrs. Mary Lyons of Tucson length of the term. at North Miami Beach It was
week by FBI agents In Indiana- Arizona; one son James The Recreation Committee of announced.
polls, Ind. the council and the Recreation!
T. Kennedy of Clarion Penn. A native of Seattle, Wash. .
He is being held under$50,000 Board will meet soon to dis-
The body, will be sent to Dr. Is
Healy a graduate of St-
bond in connection with the the of the termsof
Clarion Penn. where funeral cuss length
University School
of MedIcine
; -
robbery of the First National rec board members.
services will be held In CobleFuneral
and has been practicing
Bank of Memphis Term on Home Chapel Saturday Rec Board Chairman Jim :
at North Miami Beach for the
November 17. Bloodworth told the council
at 11 a.m. Burial will followIn five u
past lie Is
Henry Smith, 18,' of Ports the local cemetery there. Tuesday night the rec board ried and has years ten chldren. mar- .
mouth Va. was arrested with has compiled two sets of questions rang-
DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home In
ing age from 8 to 21. He has
Gyger and both were charged to be mailed to other
Is In charge of arrangements. purchased a home on a 100-
interstate transportationof
with cities which operated recrea-
a stolen vehicle. The auto tional departments. One setwillgo acre tract in tine LCmna
mobile, taken December 18 in to cities In which the city: ; area and has already moved In.
Stolen It
was stated.
Atlanta Ga. was found parked council: directly controls the
At a later with the
outside the apartment building recreation; another set will go Union
I where the men were living. From Nursery to cities which, like Starke he County; Hospital Trust
ees, made
I Wallace McDonald, 43, the have recreation boards which application for
appointment to the staff of
other inmate who escaped with operate under the city govern-
Gyger by ramming the forklift $143 in cash and a check ment. new Union General Hospital nJn
which has been
through two chain link gatesat were stolen from Cooper's Nursery In other action, the Council: for tentatively set '
the Ratford prison was arrested 2111 N.Temple Ave.,some -Authorized merit pay raises opening about April 1.
on December 5 In Baton time during the night Saturday, presented for city; employees. application was taken ,
under advisement .
Rouge La. In connection with Dec. 30 according to the Starke Including the clerk's office by the trustees j i -
the same bank robbery. Police ibepertnent.Entry and police deportment and barring any unforeseen t l '--
Gyger and McDonald both was made by using a which have not turned In names will head developments Dr. Healy N
trained In metal-working broke soda bottle to break the glassin for the raises. the staff of the new
Into the furniture factory at the rear door. Pennies were -Asked Surveyor Merrill Mc- hospital, was said

the prison when it was closed taken from the cash drawerof Millan to prepare the necessary *
for the weekend obtained some a cash register and other easements for the Florida Department
sheet metal plates and welded cash was taken from a cigar of Transportation to According to a government eo Mt
them on all sides of the fork box kept in a desk drawer clean out the old Lockwood survey farmers work longer h "t .. e .
lift to make an improvisedtank. Only permlesfewere left In-then-. ..Branch ,which runs !test from _, hauia ,.hean< dIll folk. Maybe '
cash register* drawer which'*" / N r
1ratoR HeightsitOUllgatOT"Creek. n't because the sun comet tip m 1 1'1'r 3 rT
They rammed their way was also kept'In a desk drawer -' earlier in 'the country. I 1 i N r .
through the prison gates tinder at night.Thecashstolen -Okayed laying ;JJ5 feet of ''. n J', G
a rain'of fire from tower totaled $135 tawer line by city: workmen Antipollution> t qi.s' .
escaped">oil'foot and a check for $8. was also w a residence near Wilson agencies urge
In ttruck stolen not fa* from taktfn. Road after the home owner citizens to report any strange a rl v : I It1

the prison., Police are still Investigating agreed to pay $400 cost in- smells they fresh notice.air.Including! 1 hl i
the theft. volved. we suppose t1 'i% 1 r

" Y
:} ; .i
-S \ S
+ h
1 J
/r ffN

I mmm iipIRfit. t e ,-

.. J
:.. \\) ':) 0f "' .
:) .
: ,. T
/ h'\ S I

; 5' : 1; '.

r, OVERTIME ,f I /

: I \

t. T + '
: t

1 11111 NEW AND USED 1Z

> CAR5&TRUCKS I \\f O.,((


J.J.We, \ Are Busting A t Our Property]

We Don't Have A Treasure Chest i





1' In 1971 We Paid Our Savers Over $294,500.00!



i i

NO REASONABLE OFFER ,I.. r If Not Get A Piece 0 f The Action In 1972 i



.:ri .

I See Clyde Or Ermie TODAY For The Our Hours: t i

Mon thru Thurt. 9 a.m. to 3 p..... :

'I: Best Buy You'H Get In AH 1972 Friday Closed- 9 a.m.Saturday to 5:30: p..... ,:


TERWILLEGAR MOTORS Savings and Loan Association of Starke .i j jl

Slvrfc. Flood'

'm 206 West Madison St. Phone 9647200 Starka, Florida TELEPHONE 964-5000

-.s "The House Of Savings 395 W. MADISON ST. Wt I. ,'


1.......... A tQ7. 1VIt h. et




---------- -- -------------- -

_I t : . .
.. .. ., .. .. ., .. .. ,' ,, '
,.. ,."" ","_" ... ..... ._. ..... "", -, ,,"c. 'C. ''C''' '

Neglected Or Abused Children Trends Developing! To Ease.

laclma Asks Can Receive Immediate HelpFlorida's @lI& Financial Strain For SeniorsA

roles covering medical de- "',
neglected children legislative session. Inward and PETER G. HAMMOND trend Is developing many\ health aids at savings amountIng tax auctions and retirement ::
On can rent,.' aalmmedtat*protective outward WATS lines provide by Executive Director,National areas of life in the 0. S. to to SO per cent or even :
Agreement hand through the state' professional and lay. citizens: Coordinating Council on Drug Education ward financial concessions more. The AARP also offers TOtoN6rai! Dakota all medical
provision 24-hour social: seiTtc > with, one statewide telephone from both non-public and pub- Its members cut-rate life insurance expenses; sure deductible from :>
s according to E.G. End*, number to use In order to bring FindingstanT for drug abuse lie sources to help older people health Insurance and state Income taxes and to New
ley. director: of Florida's new abused and maltreated children programs is a difficult but add a little more dignity, auto Insurance. Jersey all drug costs are de- Q
Division of Family Services. to the attention of state per critical part of any drug pro- 'variety and financial securityto Across the country many ductible. :;
Lake Pol1mion Assistance: may be obtainedby sonnel. gram. Good staffers are foundto their Uv... Milks are offering tree checkIng -
calling the statewide toll be: dedicated and selfless; Here are some suggestions accounts for older Amer- WE'HAVE .
free number. 800-342-8152.: or "It is believed that the availability flexible; aware of their own given to those 65 or over by icans, and auto Insurance companies ,.;:
the Jacksonville number 725- of one statewide telephone financial writer Sylvia Porter are offering over-65 ..
humanity, strong
A request for an agreement on sani- 8388. number plus ready access fragile -V you are a member of drivers good-driver discount Panty Hose
Child Abuse social enough to use it in someoneelse's Assn. of of 8 per cent or more.
tation requirements for new subdivisions The new Central to : work staff, will the can .
Registry! is manned by social decrease tile reluctance of clttj : behalf; trustworthy; Retired Persons send for CI1eunlQ.MI Some restaurant chains are ,..
on lakes has been made by the Alaohua workers 24 hours a day. seven ns to become Involved In reporting able to laugh even when life pamphlet '71 Tax Facts also offering discount mealsto I IN STOCK AGAIN a
County Commission, the Bradford County day. a weeK. ana is designed those conditions described is full of tears; and able to for Older Americans." The > older citizens: and thereIs
Commission learned to promote Instant telephone in the law:Neglect malnutrition make contact with people on AARP address Is 1225 Connecticut a movement among airlinesto ,: AT .
Monday. ;
reporting of abuse and neglect severe physical in- a one-to-one basis. Ave., N. W.. Wash > give large fare discountsto

A request for an agreementon stall a sewerage treatment sy of Florida are then children.relayed The to reports a- Jury Inflicted other than by They must look past the immediate ington.-Consult D. C.tile 20036.local Internal up to.n1ol'll8011I8 50 per cent and reductions more. PriceOI

sanitation requirements for stem Sanitarian Jack Trawick field staff network consisting accidental moans, and failureto symptom to the cause. Revenue Service which may Twenty..... states already offer : Bargain
subdivisions lakes has commission. He! said he provide sustenance, clothing must be objective, ;..:;
new on told the : of Division of Family! Services They analytical have special tax counseling ser- some kind of break on
been made by the Alachua County Just received a copy of the new social workers who are shelter" or medical at- and thoroughly pro- vices for older citizens. It Is property taxes to older home-
; Commission the Bradford land and was not familiar with also available on a 24-hour tendon Endsley said. fessional. And finally, a staff estimated that at least one- owners. For Instance: In New ;*;
Commission learned Monday. It. but that It IncnMMM the size The new law, makes it man lower-
York City the older.
basis toprovideimmedlateeervice cannot give up. The man or half of all older Americansmay ;
Instructed Clerk lot required for a septic tank datory for physicians, nurses eligible Fix,2S1
The board to children In trouble. woman, who comes to a crisis be overpaying their federal Income homeowners are
Gib Brown to reply that Bradford from '8,000 to '20,000 square The Registry, with Its unique teachers, social workers and center and other treatment income taxes because they for 50 per cent reductIOn a
County will take the suggestion feet. statewide' coverage was dev- employees of public and private do not understand the rules.In in the assessed valuation
undor advisement and It won't be long until subdivisions eloped to implement the Child facilities serving children to programs, has all but givenup some localities discountson of their homes. In Florida, '
will in the mean time work on lakes will be required and it Is up to the staff to additional
Abuse Law, revised, in the 1971 report such cases. prices are also being offered those over 65 get an -
with Alachua County on any to have sewerage treatment restore the courage to try to older Americans.For $5,000 homestead exempt-
situation that might arise.That plants,Trawlck said. v --...r..,.-.-..,,. again. instance In St. Petersburg lay and in Colorado a creditof ,
suggestion came from Commissioner No such single staffer com and several other cities up to 9200 is allowed for OF MILOLawtey 'f.
Roberts and was accepted NEW BOOKSAT bines all of the skills.Instead, members of tile AARP can order low-Income homeowners aged /,'

by the Bradford board. the Culverts Cost a staff should be assembled by mall prescription) drugs 65 and older. Fla. .,.t.t1rcIirre =
Positive steos to end states also have liberalIIln.dll1.M11m11AomAAAPMAIIWJlo.DJ'
threat of further pollution to THE LIBRARYADULT that combines these qualities, sickroom supplies, and certain Many

lakes and streams: within Ala County $956In v Vr- that offers a collective resource _D-....._nn_'DIIAIIIIIbnllll______ unuu.U'III'--R'____ : '.MAlt 0 D'CI dStllRr- -
chua County have been taken of patience, imagination ,
wrote Alachua Commission FICTION Patent Office (Clones; Remem- and genuine love fellow
Chairman Ralph W. Cellon, Jr. December Slides (Plants):The Only Good ber Television CLackmann) man. The staff should include NOTICE
"Uppermost In our program Body's A Dead One; Kendrlck)>; experienced drug users, who
to stem the tide of pollution Is JUVENILE FICTION
The Vampires CRechy: > Extenuating know firsthand what it feels
a requirement that all future Bradford County paid$ S6.30 Circumstances (Lord}); Dorrie And The Birthday Eggs like to have an'acid flush or ...1!
developments of land adjacent In December to have 310 feet Vendetta Of Silence (Cornell- (Coombs); The House At :
to these bodies of water must of culverts I installed Chair- sen)>; Entering Ephesus(Athas)>; World's End (Dickens), Still to suddenly come unglued and Outside
be served by an effective"sew- man George Roberta pointedout Fisherman's Luck (Pace}; The Another Number Book(Chwast)); disoriented. Professional To Property Owners :
erage treatment system, Cel- Monday to the County Com- Journey Of August King CEhle} Daniel Webster's Horses(Coat- medical and psychologicalhelp .
lon stated. mission. Jeeves And The Tie That Binds sworth> Manda la (Adoff>); If must be available, perhaps '
He asked that Bradford and That Is about average for (Wodehouse)); Report From I Built A Village (Mlzumura} on a shared-time or :
Alachua counties agree on a any month of the year, Roberts Beau Harbor dell}; Sleepwalker's Sidewalk Story (Mathls); The periodic basis. Legal servicesare Any Municipality
standard to regulate Plateful Trick (Cor-
common Hateful
said. World (DIckl n); A Question another part of the pack
land developments around lakes For some month. now the Of Time (McCloy); There bett>; What's In The Dark?
where the two counties have Commission has been looking( )/ Is No Justice (Dominic); The (Menllngfclf All The Seas Were age. Someone ought to be on
common boundaries. "To do One Sea Domanska} The Year the staff-perhaps help putit
cost of Installing
hard at the Balkan Assignment (Foyer;
otherwise wouldsimply resultin culverts.The county has provided Rabbit Redux Updlke> The Cf Tha Small Shadow (Lam together-who is part of Every Person consisting any new 2tl'l
developers in adjacent counties that service for many years Shrouded Walls (Howatch: Our man); Georgia And The Noisy the neighborhood, and who
Imposing pollutants Into but recently has been considering Gang OtOth( ); Wolf: A False Uhoat (Bright). can be the bridge between I:
waters which are being protested for the- stopping the practice of Memoir Harrison( ); A Red File well-meaning but non-resi- building making an addition or moving in a : :
Alachua County f
installing tIIemlnprlvatedrlveway. For Callan (Mitchell: ))) Don'tDrop dent professionals and the ,
use and enjoyment: of Its citizens Dead Tomorrow (Pentecost Sharpen Your Wits (Mosler>
citizens of the neighborhoodwho

The," Cellon Alachua wrote Commission It was noted Monday by Commissioners do On); Nemesis Delhi Ridge(Christie(Cline}t;Dan-The (Names Bendlck, })t Seta The, And Red Numbers Cross must trust these new- Mobile Home must obtain a building permit -

called upon the Bradford boardto Dave Shuford and Life Of A Useless Man (Cork (TiothkopD; Sally Co Round The comers. Clerical and support take similar steps toprevent Zedra Hamilton that the Florida !) The Tumult And the Joy Sun Fowke> The Piano (Bal- staff is always needed. rfi'b
further pollution of lakes and Department of Transportation (Gordon; ); S. R. O. (Pharr; lantine); Shelf Pets Rlcciutt)); Should ex-addicts be hired? in the Tax Assessor's Office Court-
streams, at least on the lakes has Installed a few culverts The Tower Is Everywhere How Do They :Run It? ((Sullivan This question will be answered M'.S
and streams in common with In their districts something Clones); The Raid (Kolpacoff); ); Jackie Robinson(Rudeen?; in a future Grass-
Alachua. In the meantime, Ala- Commission not These Islands Are Alive (May).
the was A State Of Peace Elliott); I- root's column. ;
chua has asked Bradford to Impose aware the DOT would to. Road maginative Qualities Of Actual ouse. I

a temporary moratorium Foreman Leon Ellington said, Things (Sorrenano> The Heal NEW RECORDS Last year $7.2 billion worthof ..
against any f\lrtherlanddevelo- however the DOT would not: er CMannlx> They Do It: In Close To. You (Carpenters); U.S. farm products were .:
pments adjacent to the affected Install a culvert unless Oil Church (Gregory)) Goat Songs Carmen (Kostelanetz)); Home sold into export.
bodies of water.A dirt was made available withina (Western); The Earnshaw Neighborhood For Christmas. i

divisions new state"01 law any. requlres-sub-size" to In- very short: hauling distance., Of War Wouk(Caldwell> Would); The You Winds Believe LIBRARY HOURS They must also check the Zoning of the

Hours Love On?Sunday(McCormack(Pillltterl> Two> Monday) 9 a.m. to 8 ))om. WISH I'D SAID Area not including P Municipality. .

301 DRIVE-IN Is That Your Best Offer?CAuer*. Tuesday, Thursday Friday any ., :.,
"' .. } !It
bach); Block 28:.j SabotageAt; .,!,g4ea.m-te5pml'a ;: ) 411, jTHAT ) I.. "
THEATRE Btichenwald OuUttoj* -The Last Saturday 9 a.m.-to.- 2'p.m..A; .'- t **
c. '
Centennial Klllna' )>; Stranger ?
STARKE, Flit; Tred Light Mulr( ): The StoryOf ConsumersWant 'COST OF PERMIT"I
TELEPHONE 964.7484 A Small Life (Chute>t Vote n'I,'.,
For The Toff (CreaeeyS); The to Knowby world "
watch prob-
Eden Tree (Ware) The Dream "As we '
FRI.-SAT. JANUARY 7-8 Freeman): A Second; hand Director MARGARET of Consumer SPADER Affairs lems, it might be well to remember Up to $ 1,000. $ 2.50 per M

.Tomb White); The Crying Child National'Association of Manufacturers that a child can aska \\1-1
DOUBLE FEATURE Michaels); Lady Darlington thousand questions a wise From $1,001 to 15,000. 2.00 per M ;
allowed to be
Stewart); Fool's Apple (Cardiff Wh.1are foods answer-Ed
) Meet Me In The Green sold that do not list ingredients man cannot
First Planet.then Beneath.now. Glen; (Warren> The Case Of on the label Isn't therea Kummer The Eaton (Colo.) From $15,001 to 50,000. 1.50 per M ;.

Kitty; OgUlvte Stubbs\ ), The law requiring this Herald. )".;
e Rose Rabbi Stern)); Oh. GoalCormaa From $50,001 up 1.00 per M ,
( }); Gypsy; In Amber There are around 200 basic r, '
(.Smith; )?; Foxway Clessup)); food items that have stand- "An obedient wife is one .",

Thanksgiving Jordan). ards of identity-a recipe set who obeys her husband when JOHN TORODE Chairman
by Federal law. They are: ,
1 he tells her to do as she
ADULT NON-FICTION bread, mayonnaise, salad
3 Dealer's Choice (Thackrey> dressing, canned fruits and pleases.-Berdena Shirley Bradford County Zoning Board. ..h ,
1 I The Complete Book Of HairStyles vegetables, Jams and jellies, Lutz (Fla.) Party Line.. .(
--------- ------
; etc., and are not required to nc I;
.. well); Home Book Of Smoke-
cooking Meat Fish & Game list ingredients on the label. .4."
However if these foods have _: .
(Sleight* Elsie Lee's Book Of -- ; -
Simple Gourmet Cookery((Sheridan artificial colors and flavorsor -I'll

DB ): Black Odyssey (Cable); chemical preservatives, '
The Legacy Of Max Weber 'JANUARY
these ingredients must be declared -
(Lachmann)>; Fashion Bead Embroidery on the labels with the Plan A Tree
(GUtsoO) Weaving to Flowering Monthr
; exception' of butter, cheese
You never had a trip like this before. Fun (Wilson); Eye On The WorldarosWhlppel and ice cream. If a single in- ,

KeepingGrass Green gredient is substituted in ONE MATURE FLOWERING TREE PROVIDES ENOUGH ,
) Up With
I Jaui: 51L : 2Oo ; foods that have of ,
r Keeping House (Kaltman: Elvis OXGEN FOR FOUR PEOPLE r..
Hopkins); The New identity, the product must be
Times International Cookbook; labeled "imitation" and all
How To Save Or Make Thousands ingredients listed on the M
When You Buy Or SeU package. tDOGWOOD $1.98 t
r Your House Ntolsen! > There
She Is: The Life Ante TimesOf ; CIA
Miss AmerlcaWsFordTe; l tai -a
Continent In Our Hands Og- Television bring out
burn>)}: Test Tubes And Beak- oli*. tmokf-jiUeA room and REDWOOD $3.98
.. .VANISHING POINT ers (Coulson: ), Honor Thy, Fattier into our living room. Of t yaa
""' COLO* k, 01LUMI : sr G)3SUNDAYMONDAY ) (TaleseV.) Galley (Everett); count, what wi tie in our z
How To Live With A Heart living room ia ttill decidedin
JANUARY 9-10 Attack Miller); Marijuana Reconsidered Imoke-jiUed t'ooma.
(GrUispoon) )); The Flowering PlumS3.98Tulip a



SUTRAl Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 t t tt

FRI., SAT., SUN. JAN. 7, 8,9




Ilm cotoes.uAacmcm:... e A1.... Retail i ,:
__ ,. '
.. INICIMMIItiMlnciuulMMMM. r.


IN onion"'--B.e..K.j A 2111 North :Temple (U.S. 301) Bob Cooper Owner: t :

IW4 Free Estimate on all work- Lone 964-8104 '

U ==tL C 1' We're Dedicated to a more Beautiful StarkeA ,

..our ...1 a..A .I Gl SA O.0 Feu ."..T.s .I
*, 9 OMI MVI.I .l .l- tmf f Ml 1 ]

( Page 6 Telegraph January 6, 1972



:' r I. .

--- -- --- ._ n"" -
, .. ,
I I''

..' 'e' W q" ,q 1"" ,..J -, ,- '..""..".... .-,.......,... .....'..",e..., '.' -" '''' 'T


BROOKER in BRIEFBY Brooker Youths Save Man From CarThree
Burning . . HAM .p TON By )Laren SaQb ....... ..

Brooker youths and ida sophomore said that he TO ALL CITIZENSOF
one from Lake Butler saved a and his companions first HAMPTON AREA and their guests enjoyed a HOLIDAY HERE'S back home after spending the)
Union \County man. from his tried extinguish the fire by We are In the process of Youth Retreat at Trinity Youth AND THERE'S holidays with her sister Mrs.
7 7I M 'r burning automobile near throwing dirt on It, but that reorganizing the Hampton Fire Camp In Keystone. The guest Mrs. Elizabeth Douglas of Mary Thompson In Plant City.;
Gainesville last Friday night, since the car was overturnedfuel Department. A meeting will be speaker was Youth Evangelist, Jacksonville mother of Mrs. Denise Rahme returned horn
after the vehicle overturned on from the gas tank kept held at the FIre House In Hampton Pete Rice. Everyone enjoyedhis Melvin Hamel, visited her early, Monday from West Palm
a curve. pouring Into the flames. on Monday Jan. 10, at 8 sermon very much.'. daughter and son-in-law over Beach. She spent several days
I rtt Thomas James Nagy 28, was The youths then tried to turn PoD'AD Interested parties are Youths from Hampton attending the holidays. with her grandmother Mrs.
.f1 Driving Ms car on SR 231 when the car upright t; and when the Invited to attend. Please tell were: Marie and Blaney Also visiting with the Ham- Alice Lee Wells and with her

he lost control while approachIng wreckage Wand, Nagy was your friends andne hborl.For Brown, BennIe Burnsed, Phyllis els during the Xmas and New three sisters.
a rrI jarred free. He was able .to, information call 468-1201. Griffin, Janice Ilanklnj
lDl a curve about six miles holidays was their
; I;. N. t north of Gainesville. The sedan walk around and did not seem Thank you.' Mike Henderson, Donna Jean daughter Carolyn Krenach.She WHEN SANTA
to be seriously, hurt, Green Keys Bucky and Addle Molten PLAYED STORK
flipped over and slid along the Arthur Bruno came to pick up her daughters, :
road according to Investigating said. Mayor Hampton Arbutus Everett, Helen and Susie and Robin, who had been Mr. and Mrs. Willie sUn-
officers. Seconds later the flames Mary Pearsall. Denis Katun, staying with their grandparentssince son became the proud parents
f4 reached the driver's compartment CHURCH NEWS and John and Chanda Simmons. last November. Carolynand of a fine baby girl. Michele

The Brooker youths, Joe and within two or three Youth Evangelist Pete Rice The First Baptist Church of her girls returned to their born Dec.mber:7. Mother and
t.t t. Green, 19, and Johnny Douglas minutes"the car "exploded Inflames of Murfreesboro Tenn. was Hampton held a Watch Night! home In Miami. daughter returned from the hospital -
18, arrived at the scene In according to Green. guestspeaker at last Wednes- service on New Year's Eve. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks, last Thursday. Greeting
Green's car, while Danny Since the car was partly on day's Prayer M at the Two films were shown, re- and daughter, Laurie, returned their new sister were Lori
the road, the boy directed hurt freshments and testimonieswere Shelby, and Pam.
Whitehead 22, of Lake Butler traffic around It Hampton Baptist late Sunday night from Greenville -
pulled up In a second car with lffs a slier Mr. Rice was here as a child event of the evening. S. C. The Hlckses took
Jimmy Temple, 19, also of thereafter.deputy; arrived shortly 20 years ago when his father Special feature testimonies their daughter Debbie back rrmr.
Brooker. Bill Rice, conducted a revival from two Youth Group members to school at Bob Jones University -
Nagy was reported fair concation
Both cars stopped when the here. During the service he Phyllis Griffin and ; after her Christmas #. r:::
boys saw flames around" the with facial. Injuries at the recounted a manber of events Mike Henderson: aided in making vacation was up. taou =- (
SILVER WEDDING land, Mrs. Douglas's aunt, cut wrecked vehicle, and Nagy" appeared University Hospital Saturday that took place while he was the evening leadsuccess.. Miss Debbie Henderson of
ANNIVERSARY and H. told officers that he
served the beautiful anniversary to be pinned Ia (be night here before. Charles Cameron Starke was a Friday overnight -
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Doug- cake from the other wreckage. bad lost control of fee car when Sixteen members of t the"Cru votion with the services endIng guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley .'
las celebrated their Sliver Wedding end. A mixed arrangement of Green, a University of Flor be oversteered after the rear. saders for Christ" youth groupof them relight of prayer. Griffin and daughter Phyllis. n
Anniversary Wednesday white roses and chrysanthe- tire went off t the curb. the Hampton Baptist Church, at hour. Mrs. Ethel Swlndel Is now
evening Dec 29, with a reception mums accented with pink car-
given by the family nations !and silver bows cen-
at their home. tered the table. The arrange- -
Guent ware, greeted at the ment was flanked by pink light-
door Crawford' daughter Mrs. ed tapers In a silver candle ewes yon'a e
Steve ; the registration holder. Nuts and mints were)
book was J Kept the their In silver compotes.The ANTI A A
other daughter, Miss Deborah couple received many
Douglas. beautiful gifts. Among these
After congratulating Mr. and was a silver service given to
Mrs. Douglas the guests were them by their children Mr.
served cake punch or coffee. and Mrs. Eddie Douglas and A A
Coffee was served from a sliver son of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. ,
service by the Douglas' Steve Crawford of Hampton; IlfLATIOI
daughter-in-law! Mrs. Eddie and Deborah and Greg Doug
Douglas. Mrs. Tommy Strick- las of Brooker. The couple

land, the honored couple's sls- mothers. Mrs. Pansy Strick- E4 : .
ter-ln-law, poured punch froma land and Mrs. Iva Douglas ie
crystal bowl at one end of were In charge of displaying :
the white linen covered dining the gifts. They were assistedby SALE
table while Mrs. Alma Strlck- Mrs. Andy Strickland. I

IIOLIDAY EVENTSOn there, Mrs. Iva Douglas from

Tuesday, Dec. 21, Mrs. Brooker and Mrs. Pansy Strick Mea's SttforutdWork s, of to"K" Nu-Top 30 Inch
Howard Douglas's Youth-A Sun- land from Gainesville her husband "
day School Class had a Christ- Steve and her mother-in- Pants Men's Driveway Bar Stools
mas party; at her home.Twelve law Mrs. Gerald Crawford of
a hamburger Hampton. Congratulations to Full cut tar fit and Better Knit Sealer
youths 3 4" heavy duly
comfort. Fin quail*
fry outside and games Inside. Mrs. Steve Crawford for this ty.H.ovyduty twill. Polos 110..1.. Iteoltubular
The choir members of the accomplishment. n TOP Durable blacktop f.from* Inhond.o.
4 pockets, 2 bit {/
for ...
Church Brooker congratulates three Values to 6.95 JII coating blockfinish.
Brooker Baptist loop Khaki, grey I w all blacktopdriveways. 3lack
Joyed a hay ride and Christmas other outstanding youths of our and green. Slit Aitortod styles .
caroling on Wednesday community. On New Year's Eve, 29to 42. and fabric. Inlio vinyl I poddodFIVE
Joe Green Jimmy Temple a and > > S, M. L. r tool.
night Dec. 22, after Prayer $.v. 22% GALLONS
Meeting. After caroling they Johnny' Douglas along with Danny -
went to the homo of the Choir Whitehead of Lake Butler. Sa.,. 21@EIiI' S.r 3.00

director Lavern Outlaw near rescued a young man from his
Starke where he and his wife wrecked burning car near here. M
entertained with a weiner roast. Because of these young men's A C Spark Plugs f6
heroic actions this life was
PERSOMALS saved. Brooker salutes our .1 Got foster storls and ......, gas mileage -
Heroes! with Ih... AC-D.Ico, a division of' General
Mr. and Mrs John .
+ Motet Lid., pork plwg"Ie. .
and son Allen, of Memphis
Tenn. spent the holidays with TOWN NEWS .,. 36Men's Utility Tables
Yeg 0 Matic
Mr. Green's parents. Mr. and The city registration boo r
Mrs. A. L. Green, and his bro- Is now open for new registra @. with outlet FOOD
ther, Joe. They also visited tions. All persons who have Men's Cushion Crew All Men's CHOPPERSimpV
lived In the city; limits for '
and family Mr.
another to optrotaSltc.
30"high, thro
and Mrs. Stanley Green Deborah six months prior to i January ,ThermalUaderwear Stretch Socks Lined Cloves .h.lre.,1S" X and de....
-I .wbo.have not registered M Quick and so/1 I '.
1972 .
Doug and Don; an aunt .. .. with .lored Black vinyl" Acrylic pil c20.. Roll.Knps on
are urged to do so. The Long sl* All cotton. Whit atrip** ,., White
Mrs. Pearl Markey and other 10-13. lining.S.M.T.. *
hot in. cold out
relatives. book is located at Green's Grocery fave 13% .. Save 227 .

Melvin Bristol of Syracuse.N. and will remain open until l'L,' fate 2271 lave 24% ....!"ClOt fare 1.41

Y. spent Christmas week- Jan. 29.Mayor .
end with his brother and tamIl Shirley Green signedthe 1 mil
Ronald Bris proclamation calling for .:/ aiJ 1
Mr. and Mrs. : .
the general election of the following I '

Airman and Mrs. Tony Cast- Town Officials: Mayor ; Boys Flannel 1
their I year term; Clerk 1 ;year .
len are here visiting parents __ ..,
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy term; 2 Councilman 2-year; Pajamas ,
Election will beheld .
Charlie and Mr. terms. The
Stokes and
; Full cut 100% cotton flonnel.Pino .
Tuesday Feb. 8. at the ,
and Mrs. Bon Bristol and fa- needle tailoring. Notched "0 Trim Combs
mily. Th. couple has been sta- Town Hall. collar, piping trim and elastic TRIMCOM9 Id. %

tioned at Chanute AFB in Ran- walit. Assorted prints In popular )4i. I nv 10..ly' ban __
toul, Ql. They arrived here colors. Slies 6'to 16. Eagle Penlitt Batteries trr10_ ga ...rt! P.rl.ela'
on Christmas Eve. Aa of Jan. All Toll LinesUnderground Save 26% Stock up at this low price! Factory tool I thinning hair
12, they will be stationed at 1 ; insures freshneit and dependable power. regular ha.rcuft, Travel lionsc'E

another base Mac Dill in TamP fare 30% trimming ends: and*pI,for I It: Heavy chromium. f.mth,
Phone Co. Says : hoping and Complt with cord and
Mr..and Mrs. Chesten Snider topump lotic co... Rigid' lock
fromJackIOnYUlewerev1 fare SO% and I.. Save 20%

iting Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.Solder's E. W. parents Hodges, All telephone toll lines and 3 PC. AhinnunSanct .J :' .. "

on Friday Dec. 31. That evening special circuits between Starke by Iii Pan Sets as" '
Mr. and Mrs. Hodges had and Jacksonville: have been put + -'-
as dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. underground, according to Gerald 1, Th... matt popular .1... 1M .e.sllp _
Williams local manager Rolled beaded .
Michelle from
Wilson Green and Florida State Telephone Sturdy grip hand I .
of the
Ga and Mrs. Jim- ptraL Bath
Marrow ; "
Say 17% r 20 X 4D. 0.
my Gnann and children of Mld- Williams w F
said that the project Towels
dleburg. a Joint effort with Southern @
Bell Telephone Co., n Fluffy and absorbent. both
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Klein- should result In better serviceto towels, in decorator colors
man spent Christmas weekend customers as the lines will l 4. i 7 and d.signa, to perk.
visiting frlenda.Their first stop not be vulnerable to wind and I up your .bathroom.. Stock
was Largo where they visited electrical storms. He said that .. up now at this law' low
Miss Virginia Meldon and slater an interruption in service on -,.: r, t f pricol'

Mrs. Rose Spicer. They December 23 was caused bya
stayed there until Sunday when cut In t tile phone cable, made ti hllll Eagle A.T.F. fluid
they went to Tampa to visit by a building contractor. 1
Mrs. Agnes Noonan. On Monday At present, Williams said, a ror u.. In' Torque converters and fluid t
they stopped by Mr. and Mrs. work crew is taking down the all automatic, frantmistions. Suitable' for all
New Port paws .nll units too.
Howard -Corl', In overhead lines which ran from
Rlchey. here to Mlddleburg and thenceto lave 2*%
Guests of Mr. and Mrs.Tommy Jacksonville.IMxiMM Men's Loafers Youtl e1e

Cox at various times during Strap ft .button stylo oV ornament qP @i va e
the holidays Included Mr. mol" .. Contort 10.,.. .
orld 6* 12.
\l ito
and I Antique 'awn.
and Mrs. Odis Dean son, :
Jimmy, of Bristol Tenn.; Mr. Bu('" To Regular Save 1.30@SV. Arrid Extra Dry Wilkinson Stainless
and Mrs. Mack Pressley of .
Lake Butler; Mr. and Mrs. (OM'iMii|
Met] Vickery and David of ulli C Blades

Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Disney World's Magic ,
Britton. and children of Fort Kingdom theme park resumed unscented 5's
Walton Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Its regular operational hours 4seamen s 9 Oz. i
John Green and son of Mem- following the close ofa i Children's Slippers llad'ies' Blouses
Phis) Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. Monday Permonnt Pr..,. Roll-vp sleeves in ilw.h 2 limit 2r
and children of special two-week holiday < moccasins, plush mink a variety of collar ,tylt. Knit blaus* t ta.d
Cene Edwards
celebration schedule. The Ma- NI." I mops, straw scuffs tree n included. Long sleeves and short n ; A /
Lake City.; gic Kingdom theme park's regular codes, vinyl.* ....01.., .''c.S."e3l blouses. Sues 32 to 38.3aded ylR ,w
hour are from 10 a.m.
December 15, Mrs. Steve to 7 P.m.on weekdays andfront' Choasa from on assortment of frilly
Crawford of Hampton, the for- 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday. @DI4M peignoir sots, l lounging gowns or full
mer Sue Douglas of Brooker. and Sunday. length nylon gowns. SiiosS, M, L
received her AA Degree from The Magic Kingdom observed ft XL.
Santa Fe Junior College. Those extended hours of operation to Men's aisle Slacks
attending her graduation were Its many guests Dristan
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard during the Christmas holiday Slippers t Casials Permanent P..... A variety. of fabrics e
ta cheota from, I including
Douglas, Debbie and Greg; season. Choose from ....... polyesters, cottons and denims. Tablets
Mrs. Crawford's granctmo- leisure casuals, vinylscscuffs.bedroom .. An assortment off styles flara tan wi aaa ww w
slippers, ate ,r legs, etc. Suet 3 .6X, 7,91. lln.If 2
, f..32

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home @ 1I1 LJsr

STARKE 1 I I I' I' t /

t API Vfl; (: *>
I > I tfr -*":
4 i *{\ Tp i>v i ,

i iffftttfj *
PHONE 47.1-3176 > ( '


January 6, 197Z Telegraph Page 7

I.p I.

I ?
I ----- -- -
- -- ---- -

- '

""' ,,., .. .. i,,,....=,... ,, _, """',' ." ..o,,.,.. ,. .,.. : "'" ., .." .".. ., .",, .1

Dimes Drive Kick-Off Due This More School (From Page 1))

: Saturday Building Set. .

material and school board labor be made available for It tor
to reface the USO and years to come. For that reason

The 1972 March of Dimes takes place In January each Vellenga hopes that every citizen mothers' drive. Volunteers who A teen dance sponsored by the For Friday Night Jan.964 to Will the proposed new bus he suggested working with
will be kicked off Saturday witha year In order to raise funds of Bradford County will would like to collect In their March of Dimes .campaign Is Mrs. Mary Glssy phone barn. school board labor and using
"road block" on US -301 and to combat birth defects. Fifty become actively Involved in the neighborhood are asked to contact planned January, the date to be 6093 or 904-8878. The vo-tech: center' build aa much salvaged material as
will continue throughout the per cent of all 1 monies raised 1972 March of Dimes campaign.! Mrs. Lawson. at 964-5103. announced. For Saturday night. Jan. 29 ing trades had already started possible.
month with events scheduled here will stay InBradfordCounty Road blocks, sponsored by or write Box 928 Starke. A dinner theatre Is planned Mrs; Charlotte Greene phone laying brick on the USO front "We've been talking a' !longtime
through Jan.30. ; to help local sentand Bradford Middle School are A 10-mile Wa k-A-Thon will January 28-30. a Friday, Sat. M4-6640. .. Tuesday when &I t. requested about It." Casey said of

"It will )take the cooperationOf t per cent will! be scheduled this Saturday. Jan- take place on Saturday Jan 22 urdajr, and Sunday, at the For Sunday matinee Jan. 30; the school board's approval bus barn. The school board to went.begin .
of the with his suggestion
Mrs. Virginia Darb.1.1IIOIIe! project. along
everyone to make this drivea the national organization to be uary 8, and the following Saturday sponsored by the Starke Clvttan. Stark* Elementary School cats: building
904-5513 964.7549.Inmate School board labor and work now on a new :
72 Campaign or material -
success, A
says Jan. : at the Intersection .rta. $4 ticket will Include
Club. Volunteers walkers and
used In research. will also be that the work
In agreeing
used so ,
Chairman Phil Vellenga, principal of US-361 and SR-100 In dinners &n111he pity, "You'reA
of Starke Elementary Starke. The road blocks will sponsors are needed for this Good Man Charlie Brown." far aa possible, on the new bus should be done as cheaply aa
event. barn. No firm to since the board fa
plan constructa : possible
School Tickets,
take place between 10 a.m. and may; be purchased by
Annually there are 250,000 new bus barn was given Tuesday facing a tight budget .
2 contacting
Funds ReturnedTo p.m.The (Frm Page 1)) but the "I'd definitely like to see
birth defects in the United annual Mother March Islet : board did per SupC
States. Vellenga points out.This' Sunday, Jan. 16. Mrs. Jim Escapees (From P.g.1)I) Beaten.! Caiey'a request authorize that (a new bus barn>. even If
Is the number one health pro- 19 Citizens Lawson chairman. Is askingfor the drawing of plans by Architect : we have to go Into capital out-
blem of children he Don Morgan. lay ." said Chairman Rodney -
says. assistance In promoting the Slkes fell from his balconyand funds
The March of Dimes drive County murderer; and Ilarold patrol the dog-run between the Injured himself, but the How the two >projects can becompl.ted
two chain link fences.Superintendent : 'Our bus barn Is a
serving tune for by using maintenance present
$1.750 will be returned to 19 Raudabaugh, report has been changed to "
added. Hall said his
armed robbery and aggravated said mat Slkes had monies was discussed: extensively farce.
Santa Fe Lake residents who Digger say definitely
donated the funds to have the Olin Seeking assault Keene complained ota that new precautions are being been beaten. Tompkins said by the board and Supt. Idea of a consolidated and garage has
Casey county
who said he has about with the city
Schools Can't Little Santa Fe Lake Road lime- Zoning ChangeFor sprained ankle said to be taken to prevent a recurrenceof that the extent of his Injuries $5,000 budgeted tor other small not been accepted by the two
received when he the precluded the shim
rocked last year. dropped to these Incidents. Among possibility;
he thinks
and that
Pay For Riot. Terming the funds Insufficient Mobile Home the ground before scrambling measures mentioned was Initiating -. falling from his balcony projects the two which building can be" switchedto the agencies school board may as well
to even have llmerock hauledto The old Reddish farm where Since the sire of the ly no sexual: basis project can be accomplished proceed garage.
cover the gravel road: which yards. ) as only; within the The board also Indicated It
(From dead-ends otrSR-2IB.the Coun- A request for rezonlng was the men were captured Is now guard force Is limited a nrm- Slkes'' upper body was at- maintenance present prefers that the new bus barn
Peg 1)) owned by Harry and Jim Faulkner will be tacked. budget. Casey
Commission of
ty Monday Instructed received from Vemon E. Olin ber personnel be located west of the present
the county; clerk's office: to at quiet meeting of the Brad- who live with their families assigned to work at least one Tonutdns said none of the said. He plans to enclose the vo-tech center Board

police department.;, and under return the money residents donated ford County Zoning Board Tuesday In separate houses on the of their! current' two days off other Inmates reported. the Incident front the present of the two building wings,between leaving! Members Charles garage.Sawyer and
circumstances,the school last year. place ana are employed In Dugger said. .
these Blaine Thompson suggested
reimburse Chairman George Roberts Mr.Oulu. who operates a 'Jacksonville The farm Is less ,TWe also terminated the officer "We havent been able to the Interior of the newly enclosed the barn from Its
could not moving present
system of Starke. said the county: ; has Improved mobile homes sales lot on State titan a mile from the home of on the tower where the establish a motive for the at space to be finished In site adjacent to the rail-
the"In City the event of a racial disturbance the road even though It has Road 100 West requested re- Vernon Reddish a State Prison latest escape) occurred; the tack." Tompkins said. "It next year's budget Casey pro- road on Palmetto StreetIn
posed closing In the entire USO
In a downtown area not been resurfaced as the residents a 15-acre tract from employee where two escapees superintendent said. The tower seems to have been an unprovoked other action Tuesday, the
front with
RiAgto brick and
putting a
found the to located about 300 feetfrom attack.
I do not believe Rl-C which would per- key was School Board;
of any would seriously The residents donated the mit the use of mobile homes. Reddish house entered and where the escapees: went overt "Other Inmates had said that roof on the new part. -Named Chairman Rodney'
that anyone funds In made themselves at and the should they knew of motive add- Brick and lumber salvaged
that the merchants or July 1970 and waitedall home surprising guard"definitely no Hall to serve as the board's
last for the Mrs. Reddish when she have beard them "Dugger said. ed Tompklns. RaIford officials from the three BHS classroomsand
local churches or other owners year county; Mr. Olin plans to divide Ms school labor will be representative to the Florida
to begin putting lime rock on 20.000square returned from the beauty; parlor were not aware of any trouble used
of should reimburse property up Into lots of School Board Association.
property he said. The
vo-tech school'sbuilding
the road. But Chairman about 3 between Slices and the other in-
Roberts p.m.Wielding
In tie
of which would meanwhile
feet Supt
a local department put about residentsof trades class Is laying -Unanimously approved
police for providing a service said Monday the $..750 Is two mobile homes to the a shotgun belonging the northwest section of mates. the bricks for Instance Casey's recommendation to retain -
Imposed upon them by law," Insufficient to even haul lime- acre, and would meet State to Mr. Reddish, the escapees Bradford County; ,adjacent to the Slkes was reported to have work-experience project. the Arm of Shaw and Kopalousos -
rock on the road preparatory forced Mrs. Reddish to give been a quiet man and aomewhat
Slkes wrote. Board of Health requirement prison property are becoming as the board's legal
to paving It and that there Is them the keys to a pick-up of a loner. Tompklns said. "The boys wanted to lay some
"In passing I might mention He was given permission by alarmed by the frequency of brick that would stay counsel at a fee of $150 per
no chance funds will be available truck and tied her up with her Slkes was assigned to the up permanently -
that numerous courts throughout the board to advertise for the escapes and the potential danger Casey said month.
to the road In the husband's neckties before departing prison two years and had
the United States have had pave change In coning. to themselves and their ago A
3,000 foot bus
in toon
of foreseeable future. the truck wearing housed In a main unit
to pass on the question a was requested by the superintendent -
her of
husband's clothing. the Institution until threw
officer collecting a reward property 'ihey have reportedly
police -Was told that Architect Don
of John Dempsey who has purchased Both sets of escapees made retained a local attorneyto months ago when he was transferred -
for the apprehension a 3-1/2 acre homesltefcvm the break In the early morning to maximum securityunit : Morgan Is working on drawingsfor
a criminal. The courts have *. Dolph; Reddish on Wilson hours, after prepare a petition which will and one-man cells. the second phase of construction -
universally held that the officer Road was given a temporary bars on theprison windows. be signed and sent to Governor According to Tompklns Though It could not be determined at BHS and on a special
could not collect the reward REPORTS of the more than six-month permit to place a Askew asking that steps betaken Slkes had made no request to, Tuesday Just what It education area and gym
simply on the reason that 1,000 precious gems that Liz mobile home on the property, They then threw blankets over to do whatever Is necessary be transferred to a one-man will take to build: the new bus for the middle school.The board
this duty was Imposed on him Taylor wore to a big party In pending construction: of a conventional the barbed wire fences to correct: the situation cell. barn Supt. Casey said he realizes expects to sell bonds to financethe
by law and he was not entitled Paris would Indicate that the home on the lot durIng and scrambled across somehow not much local funds can new construction.
to additional compensation," guests were thoroughlystoned. the six months limit managing to IntmJdate the
Slkes concluded. so-called "vicious" dogs that

t I'' I





SALE DAYS: THURS.. FRI. & SAT. Open Sundoy A1trneonfantastic3priqmaJd



sheet sale
.. .
Nilly Oulltl. Long and ahort Solids and patterns In Jr.. Jr. Black brown red and navy In ,
lengths In assorted colors. 10-18. petits missy and half .Izes. crinkle patent. ,'

I o. 12" x 108" or TWIN FITTED

$500 VALUES $00 VALUES $200 OUR REG. ) q 100% COTTON
TO $12.99 TO $13.99 $2.99 TO $3.99 .




Nylon poly blend long a .hort Ane gauge knits .1Ip-ons and OUR
sleeves In solids a patt.rn. cardigan acrylic". In 34-40. Quilted, Hew Mini Length 5224

$200 $300 $3- As VTo roM:eD 00 PILLOWCASES REG. $1.18 pro 96*

1' 'a /,i REG. $2.44 81 X 108 ,'.

,, ,i' or FULL FITTED. ,; ,
II / II ,

1 REG I REC, 1 169

Pajamas and gowns In small GOWN and pajamas In regular Knit caps, beret a 2 pcc beret COLOR SHEETS ;7l w0/91, } / $047
medium and large. and extra .Izea. a scarf' sets.REQ. / REG 399 REG 33. XT1REQ..'
$2911 $200 REG. $2.50. .S2.00 II. X 104 a FULL fITTED. 17-PILLOW CASES. {51 l B7p,. HMi 300

REG: $3:99: : :SJOO: RREQ. $2.99. .S2.00 R G. $2.99. .$2.00 'i NO IRON FLORAL SHEETS; I ::.d'
$188 REG. $ .29. .$277EQ. $188 r .:o. $3.99. .$3.00 $144 ,, $277'REG.
S 4.29. .$3.00 REG. SJ.99.. .$3.00. ,- 449 REG . /M .
REG. $5.00. .$4.00 REG. $4.29. .$3.00 .eG $4 99 $3 88 / jjr$ 11x191FULLFITTED.. 97-PILLO"CASES. II 97 pi



Wool fabric blends In sizes Permanent pies fabric In sizes Slzes 38 to.45 and sizes small
small to extra large. small to extra large. to extra large.REQ. .

44 944 REQ. OO OUR REG. $1100

TO $11.99 ID TO 2.99' 124.99..517.99\ .




Imported wool blends In sizes Assort assorted styles colors.and&18 fabrics Solids and fancies In sizes Luxurious bullion hinge' mochino, woihoblo 100'% cotton. Twin' of lull.

small to extra large. 6 to 18.

OUR ENTIRE $ 77 OUR REC. $9.99 $i 7 0 0 529941999 F $ J 00 610415f4

STOCK OF REG. 2 AND $10.99 . . JW '(900 2 0 ;; H..a. .....
OUR REG. $13.99 to $15.99. $10.00 SANFORIZED ZIPPERED



Girls slack In .,H.,.. to ,14. Assorted fabrics and colors Boxer: styling flannel lined In BATH TOWELS $ 44
Asst. styles A eolor In sizes 3 to 14. assorted colors. Soft and) fluffy I iumbo sl.( both taw"l. 'In.pink' OUR$429 REC.
OUR .'...and y.llow.22" X 44". 88
REG. to $4.99. ** $ *2
OUR REG. Sizes
.,..TO. $3,49 $188 OUR .00$300! In 3-8;' ouA mete. REG. J1.06.HAMD. TOWEL,....,p.. ... ..88* or Machine slid.washable Twin sit. ..will not slip

REG. to$5.99. .$ $1.2e REG. 58c.WASH CLOTH.. ......, .. ......42

canonmu.hn.wlnalull; lit*. FULL SIZE REG. 529... .$4M



Page 8 Telegraph January 6, 1972

; '':\ .

,. _. \. ._,_..._ _. ..-_._ ......_ _._ ___ _.. _._ _. .- .. .. ._ r. .. '.

--- -- -- -- --- --- - -- -- -- - --- ------- -- -

1---..." ... ,.-" ,,..- .- ., ._ ....,j'n"\ ",,, ..---".... ".. .., "" .... .... .... ." ,'>'" .. ::::. .:. ... .., .. .: ., = .. .. .. ," ,, ,,: =,.. :. : ,. :, "..,, =.,= : : .:' : : ..= :, :

.. 8!:;:'. .

Qtili ap4" .

$3888 eeiBO! P" IroI>[ ;: MbQ.<< ;.'. .._. i 0'1 ]. gM

The Sweetest Straiuberrlei This Side of Heaven I

;;i i ie8B: -: .".."........ o; BHS Beats Baker '60-55


Union, Cagers Ends 3-Game Losing StreakBRADFORD


Go71-62By ENDS LOSING aid Sexton. "We had a 100 In the first period, six of
Macclenny sunk 17 of24 Mace. 14 18 II 12 55
shots -
STREAK BY EDGING UNBEATEN per cent effort from everybody Bradford's 13 points came on
MACCLENNY 60-55 Inside shots as the smaller from the charity line for a
Bradford's basketballers and everyone contributed Tornadoes found they could 71 per cent average. Bradford- Hicks 2-2-6, Wil
played a tremendous defensive In their own way." drive Inside on Melkenhous and Bradford hit on six of 11 liams 11-2-24, White 1.1-3,
NassauThe game Tuesday night and exploded Bradford grabbed a season company and sink the basket" for a 55 per cent average from Newsome 4-0-8, Berry 0-1-L
: West for 28 points In t the high of 56 rebounds against a the free throw line, while sink- Williams 8-0-12, Henry 3-0-8. /

final period, as the dethroned much taller wildcat team. During the third period, both Ing 27 of 75 shots. from the TotaI1l21-6.60.

unbeaten Baker High and big Able Williams was the game's teams were cold as Bradford floor
Murray, Mlckenhous 60-55, ac- leading rebounder with 22 and could score only eight points. Vincent Mace.- Melkenhous 2-3-7,
eroding to Coach Mike Sexton. led the Tornadoes In scoring The Wildcats couldn't do much 10-7-27, McKinney 0-
Tigers opened the game night's leading score r with 24 STATISTICS Macclenny's wall publicized with 24 points. better, scoring 11 points and 2-6,, Kennedy Canady 3-0-6, Roberts 2-
with a full court points Mack, who has been Jimmy Ricks nabbed extending their lead to six, 43- 2-4-8. Totals 19-
press and Score by quarters: 6'10" center, Murray Melken- 12 rebounds BIB 13 16 8 28 60 17-55.
Jumped an early point lead. averaging close to 20 points LB 29 14 14 1471WN.12201614.62 house, was held to seven points and Malachi Henry 9 31.
Lake Butler coasted on from per game, hit on 10 shots from and a handful of rebounds as with both scoring 6 points each. -
there with the Tigers leading the floor and added another four the Wildcats dropped their first Bradford's defense tightened
cy: at least eight points for the from the free throw line. He LB. Dukes 2-2-6. Hudson 9-0- game In eight starts. The win Bernard Williams was in double up In the final period to hold
remainder of the game. Towards also led the Tigers In rebounds 18, Mack 10-4-24, Green 4-0- evened Bradford's record at figures for the Tornadoes the high-scoring Wildcats to JANUARY IALR
the end of the game,bothVaams with 18.Friday. 8 Weeks 1-5-7, Perry 3-2-8. 3-3 for the season. with six baskets for 12 points. only two points In the first
played, everyone on their night Lake Butler Totals 291371. four minutes of fourth quar-
benci'. faces CMefland here at home, "Jimmy Ricks played an out- Williams' points came at a ter.
Lain, Butler's tallestplayers.,, and Saturday, night the t Tigers standing defensive game,"Head good time as the senior sunk Bradford took the lead, 48-
92" Ronnie Mack, was the travel to Newberry Coach Mike Sexton sa d. The three baskets in a two minute 47, with 3:59 remaining in the
Lake Butler now stands 5-2 W.N. Kirk 1-0-14, Lawrence 6'3" Ricks held Melkenhous span late In the fourth game on a lay-up, by Bernard
for the season. 1-0-2 Jones 5-0-10, Moore 2- to Just seven points while also quarter to put Bradford In the Williams.
1-5, Donley; 4-1-9 Sykes 102 scoring six himself. lead for the first time since The Tornadoes paced by A- 'f .r
Lake Butler exploded for 29 Colson 3.0-6, Roberta 1-0- "We Just played, a tremendous the first period.Bradford ble Williams' five points, ?
2 Williams 6-0-12 Totals 30- : Jumped out to an scored 11 points In the ant
points In the first and ,
quarter defensive and did
Uncle Sim Is being treateda game
early first quarter lead and half of the quarter, while holding -
coasted to 71-62 win Tues 2-62.
little easier theme days. a an out.etandingbbon the boards
hold> It until the final seconds Macclenny to one basket.
Sometimes a war his been In day night against Nassau. of the quarter\ the Wildcats a'A- I
Bennie Hudson had hot hand as The f
progress for two or three a to.* ihe lead free Wildcats took the lead yliar,
on a
days before everybody decides and scored: nine straight baskets throw.It back 49-48, with 3:09 remaining -
It'. his fault.e and 18 polnta In the first in the game as LeRoy Roberts -
e e period to pace the Tigers to a Cold Shooting wasi't until a basket by drove inside of the Bradford -

Politico observers! like to 17 point 29-12 lead at the end Williams with 3:59 remaining defense for the budket.
play the "i/ (ha election were of the quarter. In the game, that Bradford once Bernard Williams sunk a 12
held tomorrow"' game. II 'the Hudson's 18 points In the first again took the lead. footer with 2:50: remaining to
election!' were held 'tomorrow quarter were his only scores Tornadoes Willie Newsome started give the lead back to Bradford i r C. I
nobody would vote on account of the night as he got Into early Baby things off right for the Tornadoes for the final time, 50-
o// the Christmas rush. foul trouble and had to sit outmost sinking a 15 foot Jumper 49. Fy
and giving the Tornadoesan
of_the game. early 2-0 lead with 7:25 Malachi Henry and Ricks hita
atz'r ".'Xw.'X::; + :.M'I. }.CoOO'-.I. ._ < Lose To Baker Twinalnlng' In the first period. basket each to extend Bradtord' -
lead to ave, 54-49, with
less than two minutes remainIng
Hew Adult Offering 1 With a 13-10 lead and less In the game. -

., than a minute remaining In Able Williams added two more BEGINNING THURS., JAN. 6
Cold shooting and a weak BHS came out pushing hard- the quarter Coach Sexton told points and Ricks sunk two free
TWO NEW COURSES TO ADD TO THE 'defensive game led the Baby er In the second period but the Tornadoes to slow the ball throws to nearly put the game
r r Tornadoes to their fourth couldn't keep pace with the down and hold it. away going into the final min- 54" Bonded Acrylic' yd $2.88
CURRICULUM OF straight loss of the season fired up Wildcats. Jones and ute as the Tornadoes lead by
.... Tuesday night as the host Wild 7, 58-5L
The Wildcats had other ideas,
Hayes, added A basket apiece
cats rolled 41-28 over them Vincent Rulse kept the Wild-
Bradford-Union Area to close the to nine 21- however, as Larry Kennedy
In Macclenny. cats going in the final period, $2.98
12, during the early going In stole a Tornado pass and sunka yd
scoring eight of the Wildcats
Vocational. Technical Center Avaughn Golden paced the the second half. Macclenny rapidly lay-up to make the score 10 points.
Tornadoes with eight goals and took the wind out of theornadoeaio 13-12 with. :!l8 seconds remain-

... ''Course.In'Busin.ii! Mo hin.'T: B. :';n.11' three charity shots for Jl points.. '. lead. by.12 at the ,ing. > In" the fourth !quarter, the 4Stem ,
Close Will Meet from 7:00 gn 1972. ,: Ivory Jones led the Tornado: end of the third quarter, 27- Wildcats had turnover after Knits
Until 10:00
p.m. On ;s yd $3.49
p.m. rebounding effort with Upland
Tuesday and Thursday. # 15.Bradford With only seven seconds remaining turnover with the Tornadoes
} added two goals for four points.. could manage only White fouled Mike Ca- stealing the ball but having
iJaponvt* Bunks EmfcrooVy,," To Begin Jan. 12 1972. } two buckets and one foul shot
nady and tie Wildcats took a trouble putting it In the bas 45"
Class Will Meet From 7:00 p.m. Until 10:00 p.m. On # Golden scored three points In the final period as the Wildcats 14-13 first period lead with ket. COTTON AND POLYESTER
Monday and Wednesday. In the first quarter and Shelton ran away from the Baby Canady sinking both shots.In High scoring Melkenhous sunk
r Hodge and Ivory Jones addeda Tornadoes to the tune of 41- !KIIIIS yard $2.88
r:: basket each to keep the Baby one tree throw midway throughthe
For Further Information Tornadoes close In the first 26.The Baby Tornadoes sunk only the second period Candy third period for his only
quarter.A 20 per cent of their shots from picked up where he had score of the second half. 45" WASH & WEAR
PLEASE CALL 964-6151 basket by Steve RhodenIn the floor hitting on only eight left off and sunk two more
: the final seconds of the of 39 slots from the floor. free throws to give the Wild- In the previous games thisseasonn. Cottons & Blends
1s cats a 16-13 lead. From then Melkenhous had often -- yd 881
e 3 quarter Macclenny slim Bradford could do little
.i:;:;*: :: -: : : .. gave a only a -
: :: I: :::>:*::: :::::::: the two teams turned almost Into a one man
on exchanged
8-7 lead going Into the second better from the charity line, team for the Wildcats scoringover
I period. sinking 4 of 14 for a 29 per half of their points. 54" VINYL AND SUEDE CLOTH

Macclenny completely domi- cent average. bucket for bucket with the Wild
nated the second period of play, cats still holding! a three point This gives one an Idea of PRICE
and all but shut out the Tor- had< at the half, 32-29. the tremendous defensive game

/ 1 nadoes. Terry Hayes one foul STATISTICS Bradford played, Tuesday night CORDURY -.. yd ..-.-..-.-. $$1.49
652 shot midway through the quar Abie Williams kept the Tornado and especially Jimmy Ricks'
WINO w ATEnuts SY' ,af ter was the Tornadoes only ** close In the second period whose job It was to cover Mel
FLEX'0 GLASS score as the Wildcats scored Score by quarters: scoring three straight basketsfor kenhous Coach Mike Sexton Many Other Fabrics Reduced Price
10 points to extend their lead the Tornadoes. says.
: to 19-8 at the half. BUS7 1 7 11 Half of the Wildcats'32 points Macclenny's Vincent Rulse
L" fr Mace. 8 11 8 14 was the game's leading
scorer FASHION
GLASS-O-NET In the first half, 16, came on FABRICS
Two cousins teamed togetherIn foul shots. with 10 buckets and seven char-
the second period as Steve BUSBlalock- 1-0-2. Golden ily shots for 27 points.

4" Yfl 6 so W R-0 GLASS Rhoden paced the Wildcats In 4-3-11, Hayes 0-1-1, Jones Macclenny had an extremely 114 W. Call St.
IFIIpIIP011111dUI1610tlpINRD 2-0-4 Hodge 102.
110 the second quarter with 4 points hot hand for( the free throw

yp1149itiSA while his cousin Claudell Rho- line, sinking seven of their -.- .. .--,-.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ..-,.. .. .___.. .. ___u..
69R den added three. Mace.-. Rhoden 3-2-8, Ru- first nine shots. K f sseaasswsssasasssisssssYou. :: :rut:ve svvsr srwxr a teaa;+ s.
,,I q,ulyrcYrf ,,, eN SCREEN-G LASS Steve Rhoden was the games' Ise 1-0-2, Johnson 4-0.8Jef- In the first half Melkenhoussunk
nyjir leading scorer with 14 points ferson 2-3-7, S. Rhoden 6-2- basket i
kdnlrldrr only one and three ..
rvuuuuru 522 g) FLEX 0 PANE I charity six goals line.and two from the 14, Kennedy 1-0-2. free throws for five points.Navy :.:;1: ..', .-...... .l

} see the fit ;
1.1aAANeI.. N IMa 1DO MIAMI SAntMCflOM OUAlXNrlfO Recruiter t 'w

Lists most attractive '. I

100,000 New Car Owners Of Naval CareerPetty

J mwlfflWti: : ; ili 1 1j1 1mm:1:1:1:1:1:1: : :::::: 1:1:: 1:1:1:1:111:11111::::;;:;; ;; ;1111111 1111111111111jlj1jm11:1::::1:1:1:;: : iiiir people at ours,
Are Due Sales Tax Refunds

:::::1i REGULATIONS r;::: Officer lit Class Gene Drive-In !

i Rogers, U. S. Navy recruiting t
11! Crosby Lake Memorial Park officer says that opportunitieshave
.:: 1111:1: Over 100,000 motorists In venue on Dec. 20. The Depart- never been greater for a
I::::::: ment's reply was that auto young man or woman about to
(Cemetery) Florida can claim refunds from purchasers
would be entitled tothe embark on a future career.
:: automobile dealers amountingto
;;: :::
fir:::::: Starke, Florida :sa:$:::;:;:::1: $1 million as a result of a refund only If the manufacturer "The school Navy Is looking for .:
1111 change of heart by the Florida channeled the excise tax
.. Price of a single crave "ce$125. Includes #..il:.:. Department of Revenue. refund through the dealer. to I undergo Intensive schooling
t1' annual care). ::11; Ellwood Smith, chairman of In a letter Dec. 23 to Florida In such fields as nuclear power B +
:.:.:: s;,:};};;: the Florida Conference of AAA Attorney General Robert advanced electronics, aviation e peA 4r
}: :: A Burial Permit must be obtained before making eti:::j Motor Clubs, said motorists Shevln, AAA protested the decision medicine and dentistry,"
r f.;; an Interment In Crosby Lake Memorial Park. Fee ::: entitled to the refunds are those pointing out that Its Rogers says "With the new
{::;::{ for permit Is $10, payable In advance of Interment. #:r f. who purchased new cars after effect was to deny a refund to military pay, benefits and security 1r'A 1VV.lV
r:::} : ;), as wen as the aspect
*}yr 15 and who received purchasers of U.S. manufac-
Aug. a
:#;:s: No copings, headstones, shrubbery, or trees will :c:;:: refund of the Federal Excise tured cars, since General Motors of travel the Navy has becomea They're rested relaxed. know how to
::::! be permitted In Blocks N 0 P profitable adventure "he add-
Q, R, S, and T r: Tax paid on the cars. Ford, Chrysler and American ,
# of Crosby. Lake Memorial Park. .,: : Motors all are making ed.Rogers get the best with the least effort! Summeror

/r1 } "These Motorists ....rechal'lred excise tax refunds direct to will be available to winter, good weather or bad, they just drive
Use of copings In other Is answer questions and explainthe
areas discouraged but 1: In
car buyers contrast Volkswagen
:';:: If used, must be not over one Inch above surface ::d a 4-per-cent sales tax Is making refunds Navy programs every Tues- up to our drive-In teller window. bank

#r of the ground. New plantings of large shrubberyj'::: which on the Included purchase the price Federal of the car Excise -, through Its dealers, so only VW day In Starke. He may be contacted without getting out of their car. and a-w-a-y
t and trees will not be permitted In any area of the buyers would have been entit- at the Selective Service
: Tax Smith said. "There- : !
cemetery ::: Board between the hours of they go Why don't you? Todayl!
= led to the refund.
t fore Congress repeal of the
:?::= 10 a.m. and 12 noon or students
The bulletin said tha t automobile
fJ1 No wooden outside burial receptacles will be per- t 15 excise, means tax,they retroactive should also to Aug. dealers should make may leave word with their iB
f.>>': mUted In any area of Crosby Lake Memorial Park. : refund on the sales tax charged geta .ales tax refunds uoon aocllca- high school counselor for an
Concrete or steel vaults are permlssable. s s: :}+:;;fAll on the excise tax portion." lIon of the car purchasers.Dealers Interview.The iBFLORIDA
f. can reimburse themselves -
I purchases of Iota will be on a cash basis, but f. 1;{ For example an auto purchaser by claiming credit for .
terms may, be arranged l In special cases 11 i who receives an excise the refunds on their next sales
Hay Tigers of the Lit.
tax refund of $250 would have tax payment to the state.
The right Is reserved by Crosby Lake Cemetery 1;:::1 Smith said treat League are Interested lathe .
a $10 sales tax refund coming: car purchasers : : '
Association to enter upon any and all lots for the }:::* since that Is theU'l1ountolsal.* who receive an excise: : tax refund pension dlscussloa per B'A"J: { ( ; n ] }S'.tA.ft"Kf, : ; :::
purpose of care, maintenance, and beautification. :::: should apply to the dealer :
"' tax charged on the excise tax. fesifonsl sports. After all.
f. 3 from whom they purchased the tie. II.. ..., "What's Member Federal
car for the sale. tax refund. says ace .. Deposit Insurance Corp
CROSBY LAKE CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, INC.r 1:: Smith said AAA's Inquiries Purchasers can determine the going to become of me when

: Stork, Flo. ;:{:: about the sales tax refund met correct amount of their refund I'm II years aid and ever the Subsidiary$ Of Florida National Bank Of Florida, -.
: % with a negative response from by multiplying their excise tax

.:;;;:.r..:.:....,:......'N"::[:}?}:;:%:.?.:'::::"'+..::'=":':.;-m..::.:.::.::.:::.:.....:.:..::.::..:..:,......:.:.:}:.N..N.:: :::: r:.is4':: tim1tq'Watr: ; ::: : : : the Florida Department of Re- refund by 0.04. hlll- '. -.. ftf&VS&ttJanuary

6, 1972 Telegraph Page 9

t )
I 1
]. .. . .
.. .


News iiltl8 'M" .II..1i'I $ PINE LEVEL, NEWS" By Mrs. A. B. Whitehead Iii! Ui'O. mI .._..mmm.. ............:.,...... !:iT:8&13tlfiO :

We had a wonderful Chrlit- so the White family. who lost people being out of town for It to church o time. er. then songs refresh Touchstone reached Tens o The Ladles Prayer Group Is

BJ May Belle Dobbe mas Day with all of our children their father on Christmas Eve.It the holidays. It Is always a Watch Night services were ments. Next we hd a Br. G They have enrolled I the still growln We have many o

grandchildren enjoy- was good to see Nellie pleasure to see Bro. Hall walk held at Fine Level last F Petn Lake Baptist Seminary do what list and we all -

Rev. & Mrs Aaron Single- ing the opening of gifts and Hudson In Church last Sunday In. He drives about 50 miles nt and those who 1:30: melA.o followed by tes- God leads them to do, so they o p It. So ladles, come o

tary and family took her fa- the usual holiday feast. after being real sick for some 96 years' old, and conies to missed a blessing To BuUlngton act want everyone to prayfor them. and be with us. We have

ther P.L. Hall back to Lake- Our hearts go out to the family time. church. That should be a good It was the best I've ever atten out a Chrlst skit w The A,O. Whitehead,Sr.home plans for 1972.jompansatod .

land Monday.Rev. of Reed Lewis who was Our Sunday School attendance example) to some young people ed. We had Bro. real was t scene o a big basket

& Mrs Aaron Single- killed on Christmas Eve. A]. was down last Sunday due to who think they can't make Lawtey for the 8 o'clock speak- e Nancy (Thomas) on Years Day.

tary had as recent Sunday

guests Mr. and Mrs. M.E.

Jordan and children of Com-

morre. Ca.Ralford by state salaries
First Baptist PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAI catee of Indebtedness. court may hold civil: and criminal sheul be chosen by the governing :e u conservators of thapeace. hall be made with a C ((3)) b an et'IP shall not apply prior to Jar

Church enjoyed a family AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ((3)) May review by certiorari trials and hearings In anyplace body of the b of Florida; a ..jcl officers la ence of a majority members. population o l l0.G 3, 1077 unless otherwise prd.
night supper and a watch night ON March M 1072 any decision of a district court within the. territorial Jurisdiction ((3) Five resideIn this a conservatorsof according fela ad .
service Friday night. After NOTICE OF ELkCTIONthe of appeal that affects a class M of the court .. designated the eler, w never the pce.SJ0. ((7) T a Judicial icensus* and having mo thl b7.nrlla"

the watch night service Wallace WHEREAS, Legislature., constitutional\ or state officers,, by the chief judge of the held judicial wo l.ve been 1 Schedule.. ma, eoml 0 one county judge 0 the date (I) Deletion! of obsolete schedule -

Mooneyham: took the under \\lie Constitution of flu. that passes upon a question circuit. of the bar of T lIIa replace shall serve for a the adoption of this article..there lema- The legislature
State. oT Florid passed SenatiJoint SECTION .. me lor of V shall ba the same by concur
people for a hay ride. No. 82-D mat certified by a district: court ol Eligibility. No shall be .all Ale ola e. years except the terms of the num shall power
;young Revolution
Friends of Paul Johnston are House Joint Resolution No.
happy he .Is homo on lea,"\ Paul proposing amendments tD or that Is In direct conflict of justice or judge of any .( ) The members of the judicial nominating cllol shall cly. unless this article an)
the of Mr. and Mrs. the Constitution of the StatsFlorida with s decision of any district court unless be Is an elector of commission (b) Except to lbs extent inconsistent as .: o that chanp. .this section 20 including
Is son Johnston. of and they did determine court of appeal or of the the state and resides In the territorial shall qualifications ..terms, with the provisions of.Ini ere term of one pant t section 4 of subsection, when ill events to

Leonard Mott and direct that the said supreme court on the same Jurisdiction ol. his court. not serve .tageE, as article, all provisions of of category (e) (b) mem( ) which the subsection to l deleted .
Friends of Mrs. Mary to years prescribed
Joint Resolutions; be submitted question of law, and any Interlocutory No justice: or judge shall serve ec law. )law and rules of court In lor subsection (CCI (5)) shall Municipal courts shall "tooreouiabecxmeappUo. -
will regret to learn that she to general her ((4)) eon
State or
of the N A
to the electors of on the effective date of art
after the seventy
111 In Bradford County; HospitalWe Florid. at the Special Election order passing final upon a attaining except upon age temporary member of the commission e. tale shall continue In effect expire o July 1, 194b. tinue with their .m. jurisdiction a. I o tc I m

pray she Is soon well)) and to be bald March 14. 1977. matter which upon judgment yean assignment or to completea cept a justice or judge .hal be til superseded In the manner u Tha !terms of one memb until amended or trlnRt as a basis for acd
would be directly appeal
able to come home. (DICK) STONI, Secretary able to the supreme court; end term one-half of which be has eligible for he state is a ore sutherland by the cnaltuton. of category (CI) (Cb) (c) special s or general law or ordinances this subsection .h s
Visitors at Ralford First of State. of the Stats. may issue writs of certiorari to served. !No person Is eligible for the 1 long commission and for a period (c) After this .relo bm subsection (Cc) ((5)) hereof shall or until January 3, Jet to judtdsJ r.

Baptist Church Sunday were of Florida do hereby give. notice eommlaalons established bt the office of justice of the supreme of two years thereafter. Nc effective, and expire o July 1. 1m; 1977, which ever occurs frat': t.

Frank Ayers and Luther Taley that a Special Election will general law having! atatowlde1Jurisdiction. court or Judge of a district member of the commission general law consistent with sections c. The terms of one memberof date municipal
of Jacksonville and Mr. and be held In each County In Florida court of appeal unless he 1 through U of this article On that /I 0)) Effective date. Unless
shall hold office In a political category (C.) (Cb) and ((0)) In not abolished J
courts previously
March 14.1972 for ttii
Mrs. Charles Bloodsworth of on : Is and has been for the prec.d.log : herein this
((4)) May issue writs 01 prohibition / In otherwise
ratification or rejection of the member of the party or participate any subsection (Cc) ((31 hereof shall! shall to exist Judges 01' p .
ten a
Oklahoma. Joint Resolutions proposing! a- to courts and commissions years campaign for judicial office or (1)I The supreme court shallhave expire on July I, 10'; article e"
bar of Florida. Mo Is eligible shall remainIn 11:59 o'clock P. K,
Bloods- at
Charles municipal
Mr. and Mrs. mendnunts. to the Constitution In causes within the Jurisdiction hold public office; providedthat the jurisdiction .
worth of Oklahoma, City; of the State. of Florida vUiNO. : of the supreme court to for tile office of circuit a judge may participate In ately therefore : 'mmedl by ((9)) All fines and' forfeitures office and be subject to rein Standard. Tune. January I J

Okla. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. I review, end all writs necessaryto Judge unless he Is, and has his own campaign for judicial and It shall determine an proceedings ailing' frrm ot'fisei: tried lithe polntment or reelection In the 1973.

AII. Brunner Mrs. Mary Mott the the complete exercise 01 been for the preceding flv.ye.e office and hold that office pending before It on counly CUUl't: shall be collected : ,manner prescribed b* law until

and Mrs. Delores Conner.Mr. Senate' Joint Resolution\ No, HaJurtodloOon.\ a member of tile bar 01 commission shall elect one T the effective date of this article. nnd acc.uiile-t: for jy '.,'k said courts are terminated

and Mrs. Don Alvarez tlDA ((5)) May Issue writs of mandamus Florida. Unless otherwise provided Its members as its chairman.c ((2)) The appellate districts of the court: and I'rpoi.ted! In a pursuant to the pl'lslol of NO.2

and Linda and Mrs. Rose Den- Joint resolution proposing i end quo wnranto to by general law, a county ( ) The supreme court shall be those In existence on special l trust account. All finesand this subsection. Upon municipal JOINT RESOLUTIONNO.

nlson have Just returnd revision of Article V of the state officers and stale agencies. court judge must be,a memberof adopt rules regulating 1.1 the date of adoption of this arti forfeitures received from courts being terminated or abolished HOt 49-D
the bar of Florida. pre.Inls violations of ordinances misdemeanors
State Constitution, k or In accordance with the
from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. of the commission, cle. There shall be a district
.. Determination of
Jim Buehme In Chicago, Dl. the judicial branch of the gov.smraent ((5)) May, or any justice may, SECTION The ing of vacancies by the appointing court of .ppeall each district committed within a provisions of this subsection, A Joint Resolution
number of su.
judges. -
Mrs. Earl Dobbs Issue writs of habeas corpus returnable authorities and t the tempo The crts of appeal county or municipal ordinances the judges thereof who are not Amending Article VII at the
accompon- Be It Resolved by the Legislaturt before the preme court shall establish by committed within a municipality members of the bar of Florida of the of
led Mrs. Marty Clemens and aupremocourt criteria for the determination rary replacement of disqualified shall have the jurisdiction Immediately Constitution S. n
; rule uniform
of the State of Florida: or any justice, a district theretofore by within t territorial Jurisdiction shall be eligible to seek electionas by e S I
children to visit Mr. and Mrs. of tile need for addttonal Incapacitated membr. eerci r a
shall of \
That of
th following proposal: court of appeal or any judge After a removal the district ': county cour Judof county c ) (
Eddie Reynolds In Ferry revision of Article V of the thereof, or any circuit judge. judges except supremecourt of any or judge and shall determine all proceedings be pbld monthly to countyor ti .u when authorised law. I
Monday night and Tuesday. Mrs. justices, the necessity for Justice nv bonds to establish "
State Constitution Is of municipality respectively. If
agreed to ((7)) Shall "have She power before themon
the record of lira pending elective
who will be the number of ((5)) Judges holding attstdtelnakskeflibstzi-
Reynolds remembered and shall be submitted to the direct review of administrativeaction decreasing prln. effective date of this any coats assessed and collected .
end lAIr decreasing before the commision t a office. in an other courts abolished to attend
as the former Beth Dobbs judges increasing' .hal b la
electors of Florida for approvalor prescribed by general appellate made public.d In connection with offenses by this article, whose d. institutions p
mm badly burned Christmas or redefining tried In court, all o
rejection at the general election 1 law. county
recommendation of colleges
day, but Is Improving rapidly.Mr. to be held In November districts: and judicial circuits. If 'two-thirds( ) Upon of the members of ((3)) Circuit courts shall have court costs shall be paid Inl thegeneral' terms d n expire In 1973 Including higher, or learning health related junior trait .
( ) COniC: AND MARSHAL the court finds that e established pur
of from
and Mrs. Clinton; l-ree- im, U authorised by three. c supreme Jurisdiction appeals revenue fund the Jud't or vocational
man of Sanderson visited Mrs. fourths or.of the membership. of The supreme court shall appoint need exists for Increasing: or the Judicial the qualifications court commission county courts and municipal state of Florid and such other SUn to Article Vm, sections t t IUtut providing that
i clerk and a -marshal decreasing the number of supreme courts, except those appealswhich of the Constitution of tn shall ba .'
Freeman bonds
Mary Sunday after such
each house of the legislature, ala as prescribed by general
order that the
who shall bold office during the judges or Increasing, decreasing may Jutc. or mt/ be taken dirty to fn. 11 shall serve as jude of secured by a pledge and
noon. election be held
special : to 0
redefining appellate districts judge be disciplined appr the county court for the remainder
Mrs. William Green and pleasure of the court and perform or supreme court; shad be
March 14,1972., such duties as the court and judicial circuits, It ''prlate reprimand, or be' remove shall have exclusive original jurisdiction ((9)) Any municipality or county of the term to which payments Plprlr
daughter Mrs. Betty; Shelderand (Substantial rewording of Article. direct Their compensstlon shall, prior to the next regularaesslon from office with! termi In all actions st law may apply to the chief: judge they were ele. Unless cat pel. and handling charges to

children of Jacksonville See Article V, State Constitution shall be fixed by general law. of the legislature certify naUo of compensation for will not cognisable by the county of the circuit in which that municipality ed purt aUon e, such fund from the rla

stilted Mrs. Mary Freeman ,for present text) The marshal shall have theipower to the !legislature Ks tinting or persistent failure to perform courts; of proceedings relatingto or county Is ltt Article V such Judicial office of the loans and, if
Friday afternoon. and recommendations concernIng his duties or for other the settlement shall not continue to exist by law, may be additionally secured
ARTICLE!: V to execute the process o. of the estate of for the county court to
Mr. and Mrs Otis Green JUDICIARYBECTION\ ) the court throughout\ the state, such need. Upon receipt of condu unbecoming a member dependents and minors, thegranting location suitable &the municipality thereafter. other by student In fees u b;
Ernest Freeman and son Curtis such certificate, the legislature judiciary, or be involuntarily of letters testamentary convenientin any m. .uh
3. Court. Ilia any county may deputize or county
a (I) By March 21, U72. the supreme providing .tbUI
were Saturday night and judicial cower shall be vested. the sheriff or a deputy sherifffor at the next regular session, retired for any permanent guardianship, Involuntary time and place Its ct court shall than of a reserve aeCt
Sunday guest of Mrs. Mary .bil consider the findings and disability that seriously Interferes hospltallzatlon, the determination cfdll bonds
in a supreme court, district such purpose. of and police orc.r ad upon for additional and proceeds of t.
wltn the clrlt
Freeman. courts appeal, circuit courts SECTION 4. District Courts recommendations and may re- peror.nee of Incompetency, and other such Ild chief The sufficient to service
Bev. and Mrs John Rossvisited and county' courts. No other Appeal.- ject the recommendations or bylaw his duties. After 1. fUng a jurisdiction usually pertaining, Judge direct the court to In the 1972 judges. session .requirements. in any ensuing
Mr. and Mrs. Georger established ORGANIZATION. Implement the recommendations formal proceeding upon request to of probate; In nil cases sit In .hal unless he shalldetermine may state. fiscal yeeri and,
courts iruy be bj (Ca) cour lot by general law create additional
of the commission, the that In such
Robertson In Gainesville and In whole or In equity Including cas s providing ty.
subdivision There shall be a district courtof ; II request 1s
the state. any political court suspend the D offices of judge, the terms of fund not service
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Roberta provided the legislature may. supreme may rrl.il; lo juveniles: oil felonies If the chief judge d
The appeal serving each appellate justified.
or an; municipality. Justice or judge from office, which shall begin on the effective or maintenance 01 reserve
officesthan and of all
In AJachua Saturday night. legislator shall by generallaw district Each district courtof create more judicial with without compensation, mIsemeanor not authorize the county court date of this article. Elections account may for
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Johns divide the stats into appellate appeal shall consist of at are recommended by the supreme pending or final determination of arising out of the same ci'cu. to alt In the location requested, to such offices shall take other nlat purposes as provided

and children of Lake Butler court district and judicial least three judges. Three court or may decreasethe stances as a felony the county ecjgualclpallty may place at tile same time and .
Mr. and Mrs male Harden and circuits following county lines. judges shall consider each case number of judicial offices Ielnqlry., also charged; In all' cases Involving apply to ttefiuin-eme court for manner -as election to other

children visited Mr. and Mrs. Commissions established by and the concurrence of two by a greater number than recommended (e) The power of removalconferred legality toll of In any lax actionof as- an enS /directing the county state Judicial offices In 1971.. So. ft Resolved by the Leg.IsIaburs

Lee Roy Raulerson and.family law, or administrative officers shall be necessary to a decision. by the court only by this section shall .a.nt or ; th court to sit In the location. Any of the Stt of F
Saturday. bodies be granted quasi- upon a finding of two-thirds of be both alternative and cumulative ejectment; and in actions municipality or county which soappties ((7)) County judges of existing rldat '
or may the of both housesof nvolvlng the titles or boundaries
Miss Ramona Sweat left :Sunday judicial power In matters connected (l'b' ) JtJJuSDICTlON.(1) .- membership to the power of Impeachment shall be required to pm county judge's courts and justices
for Berry College In Rome, with! the functions oltheir ( ) District courts of appeal legislature, that such a need and to the power of suspension or right of profession of vide the appropriate physical of the peace and inagls.trates' That me addition
C*. offices. shaH !nave jurisdiction to hear exists. A decrease In the number by the, governpr and removal real property. The circuit court faelte In which the.county. court who are not mel'"'II shall be effective 'isera,
of fFIOrIdf
judges of bar
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brown1ot \ SECTION :2. Administration; appeals, that may be taken as of by, ,U senatorSECTION ,' may'issue'.InJuneton...'Theretaliall' may hold.court, '.Ll,I I h"county }._ of the state '1. .'t5" aao.ofttM
the --
only.aiur expiration a 'eligible t veek.-election as
', I
final Florida is T'I'i
a-matter-of right..front -agreedM
Worthington Springs visited* -procedures he"judjciaI'Iitulta'whIch"shall hereby 't
(practice) the se.tpreme 0.
13. Prohibited ac- All courts except
- term. U the court falls (10)) court judges of their
orders of trial supreme and shall be submitted- .
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grlfflj (a) The supreme court, shall judgments or justices and judges the judicial circuits In, court may sit bt> divisions pectlve counties. n toooi'u G
and courts, Including those enteredon to make findings as provided tvle'l b the electors Florida approval
and rules tar the practice 0 0
family Friday adopt
full tune to their Judicial existence the date adoption as may be established by at '
Dobbs grandson Mike procedure In all courts Including review of administrative action above when need exists, the duties. They shall not engage of o The o chief local rule by the supreme (8)) No judge of a court abolished or njl. thepree-to be .

Grlffls accompanied) Kelly) the (time for seeking' appellate not directly appealable to legislature may by concurrent In the practice of law or 11. artcle. approve by this article shall b lU March 1B72; section

Jr. and grandson Rodger Dale review the administrative the supreme court or a circuit resolution request the court to hold office In any political par'ty. Jul of s circuit may author c come or be eligible to 1 to be a
White to Jacksonville supervision of ell courts the court They may review Interlocutory I county court judge to order (11) A county court judge la ludza of the circuit court unless lately upon ratification
Thursday Its findings and recoin.mendatlons b i
transfer to the court havIng orders in such: cases totliM .ny county having a population has been a m.mber' bar electors
matches.MM.night to. see the wrestling jurisdiction of any proceeding .'V .._.._..n.. ........vlol...__... Iou-.7 '.._.'las 0-) and upon the failure SECTION 14. Judicial sala emergency to olilzto.prs.nt of 40,000 or less according to h Florida for the precedingfive

when the jurisdiction of another adopted 'by the supreme court. ol the court.to certify It. find. res.-AI justices and judges Caper 71-1I the last decennial census, shallnot years.
Ruby Dobbs spent Sunday court has been Improvident (J) District courts of appeal lap for nine consecutIve compensated only by Lw Forid. absence be required to ba a memberof SECTION 15.
night with Mr. and Mrs.JIm.my Invoked and a requlremeir shall! have the power of direct months the state salaries fixed by generallaw. frm the county of the circuit the bar of Florida.U (9)) The oU of judges of all -() When authorized bar law
legislature may judge and the county court other by this bonds be Issued
have snay
Tatum and family In review of administrative action The nopower Cr abole
be dismissed .
that no cause iliaD law. upon a finding of two thirds to jlelarylaD judge shall have the to ( ) Municipal prosecutors article as ot a fund to
b abots .tb
as prescribed by general pwr m
Jacksonville and
because an improper of the membership( both bouses ap" 1 Issue all temporary and may of mu- the effective. article. loans de..r.
church at Trinity Baptist with baa teen sought. These)' ((1)) A district court of appealor putalJ.to dal IIII .t
; remedy of the legislature that a need SECTION 11 Attorneys; sdmlsslon temporary Injunctions necessary eligible
them. rules may be repealed by general any judge thereof, may issue exists, Increase or decrease the and dliclpllne.-The su or proper to the complete ncipal oinance.S and w have. been admittedto
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Tarleton law enacted by two- hirda writs of habeas corpus returnable number of judges or Increase pre court shall have exclusive exercise of such Jurisdiction. ( ) Justice shan mean's Justice ((10)) The offices of county solicitor .t any public o private

and Becky returned vote of the membership of each before the court or any. decrease or redefine appellatedistricts Jurisdiction to regulate' elected or ait to tim and prosecuting attorneyshall .IUtut of higher
Sunday idge thereof or before any circuit (4) County courts shall have! not In-
court stand and allsounty
) after a long weekend house of the legislature.b and judicial circuits. the admission of persons to supreme ad .hU .bU.h jr clea
within the territorial health
judge in all criminal .
( ) The chief justice of the the practice of law and the Jurisdiction any judge prt i
their In a"lp _
parental Alabama. of the court. A district misdemeanor or training
jurisdiction: cases not
au ireme court shall be chosenby SECTION 10. Election and tlsclpllne of persons admitted. any log attorneys holding Ih t .t
Mist Donna .
Martin left Sun- of the members court of appeal may issue Terms. cognizable by the circuit courts, upon the effective date of e. NM
day for her home In Lake City\ of the a majority court. lie shall be the writs of mandamus certiorari, SEO It. Clerk of tho of all violations of municipaland (Cd) When this article b f article shall become and .ecnt under ..r.law.
after spending the weekend warranto and (a) ELECTION. All justices comes effective:
with chief administrative officer of prohibition quo circit cor1.-Ten .lIal be county ordlc and of serve .. assistant slate attorneys Revenue p.cr$
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Louis writs to the and judges shall be electedby In each the all p
other county
the judicial .,stom. He shall necessary .cUo the (1)) All courts not herein authorized for the circuits In which to this section shall
Martin. complete exercise of Its Juris vote of the-quallfled electors ''circuit court who shall be selected matter does not
controversy their for
provided by are a pledge of and shall
have the power, to assign justices except counlo. .lu.te. b
within the territorial c
diction. To the extent necessaryto jurisdiction pursuant lo the provisions the sum of two thousand of this the of prlmaiily. from pay
including consenting exc subsection (Cd) ((4)) ter b
a pl.
of ell Issues In a of their respective courts.: of Article section 1.Notwithstanding dollars
retired justices or dispose VII fve fud (CJ,5.0) lion shall cease to exist end jurisdiction with compensation not less than 1.t p
Foster Memorial to temporary duly In cause properly before It, s district tb) TERMS. The terms of other ellwlve interest to conclude all pending that received Immediately b end I..ndih S
judges, court: of appeal may exercise all Justices: of the supreme provision of the constitution, except those within lh exclusive cases and enforce all prior fore the affective date 01 fund from lbs recipients
for which judge I
Plans soy court the duties of the clerk the loans authorized by
Special and to delegate to a any of the appellate jurisdiction court judges of district courts of ofl Jurisdiction of circuit orders and judgments shall vest article. a I
Unqualified law. may secured
7-Day Proprani chief judge of a judicial circuit of the circuit courts. appeal and circuit judges shall circuit court may be divide by cour. Juge of county courts In the court that would have Ju-- Cs) Limited by ad
to assign Judges (c) CLERKS AND MAR be for six yeara. The terms of special or general law between colU.magic rUdlctlon of the cause if thereafter operation of_ any other In such b

for rtie power In his respective circuit SHALS. Each district court judges of county courts shall be !tOt'? officers, one serving ss tr.tt. The cty rrt. shall Instituted. All records of PI- There al mo.be..bU.hfr
duty of appeal shall appoint a clerk for four years.SECTION hl. jurisdiction now eaerts and held by courts the
clerk of court and one serving 0 eeb t
A seven-day series special and a marshal "who shall bold by county pry ahall be transferred revenue
t. (1) An Justices of the
A chief Judge for each district 11. Vacancies.: ex offIcio clerk of the board cr supreme b nan
musical programs making 118 (Cc) office during the pleasure of I than that vested to the proper office court judges of the dis count In at to
108th anniversary of the death court of appeal shall be the court and perform such duties (Ca) The governor shall (fill of county commissioners, sudl- circuit court by subsection (Ce) court under oll courts of appeal and clr- and sufficient 1 pay the greatest

of Stephen Foster, will be presented chosen by a majority of the as the court directs.: Their each 'vacancy In judicial office tor, recorder, and custodian of ((3)) hereof, the jurisdiction now appropriate icle. t judges In office upon the at of p1 Inter.

January 13-19 at the judges thereof or, If there Is no compensation shall be fixed by by appointing! for a term ending all county funds. There may baa exercised by the county courts, effective date of this article a.t h er. t
majority by the chief Justice. on the first Tuesday after the its court, the small ((2)) of the following o I
Foster Memorial White general law. The marshal .hlU! calm Jud shall retain their offices for the
near clerk of the county court any 'ensuing state flsoal
The chief judge shall be responsible first Monday in January of the I ,
the small
Spring as Floridians Join In have the power to execute the claims terms n ex remainder of theirrespective J.
for the administrative supervision following the next primary authorized by general or special' c
honoring the noted process of the court throughout\ year magistrates courts, mallatrat 1973 and If they el terms. All members of the judicial -
"Suwarmee composerof of the court the territorial jurisdiction of the and general election one of courts, justice of |eacacourts jib;. under subsection (d) ( qualifications commission ( Interest moneys In the
River" and other (6)) A chief: judge In each circuit not fewer than three persons law.SECTION municipal courts and nereof. shall become established t this
beloved court and hi any county may 17. State aUo In office upon tha effective data .
songs. shall be chosen from nominated by the appropriate Judicial .tomeys. courts of not any
the sheriff or a deputy chartered counties Including judges ot Vie circuit fo article Hed
deputize of this shall retain theiroffices
All for of
special will be payment
each circuit state
programs among the circuit judges as sheriff for such purpose. nominating commission. -I judicial a but not Ut to the each of the counties of respective for the remainder of .. ,then d
.presented In the auditorium of provided by supreme court Circuit Courts.a .- An election ahall be held to fill attorney shall be elected fo a counties referred and shall outstanding
SECTION S. AI cit their respective terms. Each venue bonds or fox maintenanceof
the Foster Carillon Tower at rule. The chief judge dull be ( ) ORGANIZATION. that judicial office for the term term of four years. He shall be VU. sections 5, 10, 1 I 2 carve as ab Judges for state attorney in office on the the reserve

1:30 jun.) and will be open to responsible for the .&nIn1llr.u" There shall be a circuit court of the office beginning at the the prosecuting officer of all the Constitution of the remainder of the terms to effective date of this article be used for "acct.m

the public. No admission will ". supervision) of he circuit '1I"nIe.eII! judicial circuit end of the appointed term. The trial courts In that circuit end ((5)) Each Judicial nominating which they were elected and shall retain his office for the to student cn t b
be charged other than the regular courts end county courts In his (b) JURISDICTION. The nominations shall be made cmllllion shall be composed shall be eligible for election I remainder of Us term. e1 10
gate fee for entrance to circuit: courts shall have original within thirty days from the occurrence shall perform other duties prescribed of circuit These law. or for

the perk. SECTION 2. Supreme Court circuit jurisdiction not vested In of a vacancy unless by general law; provided .U.. folo mmber. appointed courts Judl trea.record such other related purposesae

The Sunday Jan. 1C, program (CI) ORGANIZATION Thi' the county courts and jurisdiction the period Is extended by thegovernor however, when authorized by te T. of (1 01 of Dd County c, criminal (3)) No Justice or Judge hold- I be provided by. law.

will mark the first official appearance supreme court shall consist of of appeals when provided for a time not to exceed by general law, the violations The Fri Bar fr among record t felony big office immediately after
of the 1972 "Jeanle seven justices. Five Justices shall have thirty days. The governor The. members who' courts of record
by general law. They must make the of all municipal ordinances B I Acb this article becomes effective,4io IN '
with! the Light Brown Hair" shall constitute a quorum. The the power to Issue writs of within sixty days appointment after the may be prosecuted by a actively. enlae In the Leon a Volusls held Judicial office! on July I have. 11 1ON WmOFt
Mtag concurrent of four\ justices warranto, certlorari -. m practice of offices courts record of Broward. 1. Great
Sheryl Overholt MUoil. mandamus quo nominations have been certified pal A state I9S7. shall be subject to retirement a Sl of
The attractive soprano, a musicmajor shall lie mceuary: to a deci prohibition and habeas to him. nay puto. elector .10 within the territorial Jurisdiction Br.r Eacambla, Hlllsbor-. from Judicial office be- State. of Florida, >

at the University; of Miami lion When ncusals for cause corpus and all writs necessary state and reside In the territorial of the affected.court, district orcircuit oul 1 Manatee and Saraso- caL of age pursuant sort }lahaisee J t Capital, this the
won a $2,000 scholarship would prohibit.the court from or proper to the complete exercise (b) There shall I be a separate jurisdiction of the circuit .andb. the dill and criminal ::n of this article. t Im. day Dbr. A C..

at die Foster Memorial contestTalented convening because of the requirements of their jurisdiction. Jurisdiction Indicia nominating commission shall be and have been a m H Three efectors who reside court of record of Plnellas \

last OC't>>ber. of this section : of the circuit court shan is provided by general law for her of the bar of Florida for the In the territorial jurisdiction of count a county Judge'i CAL MCK)STONE

judges assigned. to temporary be uniform throughout/ the lie supreme court each district ':preceding five years. He shall the e or circuit appointed separate JuveniU 07)) otherwise SECRETARY OF STATE

Individual and musIcal duty may fee substituted for stale.They shall have the )power Jourt of appeal.and each judicial devote fun time to his dUe by governor; courts In counties having a pop-' Ut P \

groups from many schools justices.b of direct review of administrative circuit for all trial courts and he shall not engage c. T electors who reside nlatloa la excess of 100,000 according by nonjudlclal dU.

and communities: will participate ( I) JWUSMcnON. The action: prescribed by general private practice of law. Sltl.t t In t terrllr jrllo of to the ISiS federal census. requ of county judges .. 0 . > t

In the lIVen days of special supreme. court: law. within the ccLO torneys shall appoint Ih the On the effective date of this the po b the judges o

events Including several ((1)) Shall hear appeals" from SECTION.. County C urJa.ORGANIZATION. .- 13. ; removal -. sistant state. attorneys as maybe are tut members of the bar 01Fr article, there shall be an ad

numbers played on the 97-bell final Judgment ot trial\ courts: (I) Dtpl authorized bylaw. selected a appointed tional number of

Foster Carillon Imposing the death penalty and There'! shall be a county court U reUenlC. SECTION U.< Public the other circuit Judges equal to t number We

Stephen Foster Week Jan. from orders of trial courts and la each county. There shall be (C.) There shall be a judicial ers.-la each judicial defe *U members 0 the commis, of existing J ( ) An
decisions of district courts of Judges foe each commission sion. and the Dumber of g provisions of Acl V
13-19 was established by the one or more qualifications composed defender shall be elected
Florida Legislature In 1935 and appeal Initially and directly county court ,. prescribe. by : pbU term of four years. Ha (I) No justice o judge shaH the above named courts whose 0 the Constitution not of u as

baa beenobserved annually... .peach. en the). validity of e ..-aIlaw. 0 shall perform duties prescribedby be a member of a Judicial nom term expires fat 1973. Electionsto .md not Repair
of with
since state statute or a federal statute (Cb) JURISDICTION.TIlt ((1)) Two judges distc general law. A public de tU A member such offices I tk place this revision Jntt
eprovi.ska shall exercise till of appeal selected en at the same statutes
or lively, or construing county courts "CN shall be an elector of thelt commission man
of the Mm. or federal eon- jurisdiction\ prescribed by general judges for those courts, two circuit fnde and reside In the territori may a hold public office '., elections to other state Judtdal subject to modification o
repeal as are other statutes.
IIUIIIdoa.I law. Such Jurisdiction shall judges selected by the of the circuit He ether than judicial .office. No offices In 1973 and the TYPEWRITERS
( ) When provided. by 1uo.ral] .ba uniform throughout. \the judges of the circuit courts and shall be and have been a member shall be eligible terms of such offices shall belo

i: J law shall beer appeals from Deal state.eeC.n4. two jgl of county courts se ber 01 the bar of Florida m for appointment to fo of- a t of six years. Unless (b) of t
co..t.Nct Judgments end orders of 1. Spedaltaed Dtvudons. b the judges of those the preceding five nee long u ate Ju pursuant t section T r section Bradford County
trial courts imposing life Imprisonment -All courts except \tin courts; shall yr P of a.Judicial l I m nine of t number county
a court
der I. judges, or any judge a TelegraphRaiford
or anal judgments supreme court may sit In divisions ((3) Two electors who reside at public dee I may mission and for a 01 01 existing court, 0
entered in proceedings from the ss may be established bygeneral the who members b aut years thereafter. pod t sad created by this subseo- t muip office w Cl

/ validation of, bonds or certia law. A circuit or county 'f tile l lte. Florida a U.b II Judicial offl- Judicial somlnatins: commission lion Shan not be changed. subsection (Cd) (Ct hereof being I If '. . 4 :

Page 10 Telegraph January 6, 1972'i '

'*, < i, I, I !f c"

-- -
-- ------ --- .en-------- ---------w-------

--- ------- ---- -- -- --- ----- - -
c "i1,1 3 ,
lIB :ffJ.
, ..._ ... .,,.. ., ... .... -, ....".. .. .. ''''' '
," .,- -q- %",---_ _" ,,_H _." "h" __ .....m" ""p_',. ..' "'" ,,- '". .. _.'" ....... ,,..". '-r'"' ."- < ,
I '

Emancipation Day Address .'T"1; !, ;; 1;)": '--;: ," )
f( : 1 (' f tifi ,
Delivered By Rev. JenkinsRev. Co m m unity .. a>aa> e a> ea> e> a> e a>a> ea> > e> ,cl\U:: M.1I.i.t. _dni.U: ;, ,.,II.' :IR.:; j" .': . . . . . -

NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR seared are as follows: on or before January 24th 1972: filed said certificates for a
E. W. Jenkins pastor for handouts. The time Is now TAX DEED Certificate No. 28, Year of otherwise a Judgement may be tax deed to be Issued thereon. -
of T Allen Chapel, AME Church, when all parsons should try New.s NOTICE IS HEREBY OVEN Issuance 1968.Delcrlpdon. entered against you for the The certificate numbersand
delivered the following Jbmanclpstion : and make their own way. that Robert Scott the holder of Property; : W relief demanded In the com- years of Issuance the description .'
Proclamation Day ad- We need to be emanlcpated of the following certificates has 50' of W 150' of W 1/2 of plaint or petition. of the property; and ..
t, dress at ceremonies on Satur from Ignorance. I am not tryIng Br EZ&ftbeth Given* WalkerELL filed said certificates for a Blk 44 Lawtey E of Ry WITNESS my hand and the the names In which It was assessed
day. Jan. L to belittle anyone for when -- tax deed to be Issued thereon. Name In which assessed Mid seal of said Court on December are as follows: 'I'
A'LET..MY I say ignorance I do not mean The certificate numbers and State HomesAll 20, 1971.Gilbert Certificate No. 53. Year of i
: PEOPLE GO" the lack of formal education CHAPTER OES his passing. Funeral serviceswere years of Issuance the description of said property; being S. BrownAs Issuance 1959, Description of ,a
Is not this the fast that I for many of our fathers and Dell Chapter 163 will hold its held Sunday. Jan. 2, at of the property; and the In the County; of Bradford,State Clerk of said Court Propertyb Lot 3 Blk 2 In Lt '"r
have "
chosen To
loose the bonds mothers with little or no education regular meeting Thursday night 2:30: at Ebenezer with Rev. names In which It was assessedare of Florida. By: Beulah M. MoodyAs
of wickedness,to undo the heavy have been able to accomplish Jan. 6, in the Masonic Hall on Leroy Davis officiating as follows: Unless such certificate or Deputy; Clerk Name In which assessed Wll-
burdens and to let the oppressed much more than some Brownlee Street. All membersare Certificate No.3. Year of certificates shall be redeemed (Court Seal) helmenla Brooks.
go 'Yoke"r.atah free and that ye of our PHD people. If our young asked to please be pre- CARD OF THANKS Issuance 1969.Delcrlption. according to law the property 12/30 4t 1/20 All of said property; being
break every 58- folk will be free, they must, sent and on time. The family of the late James of Property; : described In such certificate In the County; of Bradford,'State n
8. take advantage\ of the many Reason wishes to thank the many\ Com Int N. Line & Ely R/W or certificates will be sold of Florida. ,
opportunities>> that are offered. GIRL SCOUTS friends for acts of kindness of S. C. L. RR. S. Par. to to the highest bidder at the NOTICE Unless such certificates shall ;:.1j
In the year 1863 President They must learn that no one 'Girl Scout Trooo 626 meets during the Illness and death of' RR 105 Ft for FOB S 105 ft. court house door on the first be redeemed according to law
Abraham Lincoln In having b will hand them anything on a each Monday at 5 P.m. In room their loved one. May Cod ever E on S. Line Blk 57325 Monday In Month of February The stockholders of The Community the property; described In such ..,
make a choice said "If I could silver platter. Even God will D-4, RJE School. All Girl bless each of you. Mrs. Ft N Par to RR 105 Ft W. 1972 which Is the 7th day of State Bank of Starke certificate or certificates will
save this nation any other way not answer prayer unless you Scouts: are asked to please at Beatrice Jackson. to roB. February 1972. Starke. Florida will hold their be sold to the highest bidder ;.rat
I would do so, but I have no gt off your knees and work. tend. Name in which assessed U. Dated this 30th day of December annual Meeting at the banking the court house door on the
choice other" than to set the We need to be emancipated S. Bonding Ins. Co. 1971GILBERT house of the Community State first Monday In Month of Feb- x
slaves free. With those words from loudness In public places. CHURCH NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE All of said property; being S. BROWN Bank of Starke.Starke Florida, ruary 1972, which Is the 7th
In effect he signed the proclamation We should be emancipated Greater Bethlehem Freewill Notice of Filing of Branch In the County; of Bradford State Clerk of Circuit Court of Jan. 28, 1972 at 7 O'ClockPM. day of February 1972. ?
timing loose millions from bad manners at home Baptist Church Rev. Jasper Office Application of Florida. Bradford County. FloridaBy 3t 1/20 Dated this 30th day of De-
of black people from their bondsof and abroad. No man can be Williams pastor. Monday night Notice la hereby given that Unless such certificate or : Beulah M. Moody D.C. cember 1971GILBERT
slavery. Since that time, free as long/ as his thoughts the Tiny Tots Choir and No. 2 to the provisions of, certificates shall be redeemed 1/6 4t 1/27 NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR S. BROWN _.
109 years ago we still have 'Board will meet. Tues pursuant Clerk of Circuit Court of :.
and actions are governed by Ushers according to law the TAX DEED
Section 545.14 of the Rules and property; '
not gained the freedom and ulterior motives. No man can day night the Senior Choir re- for the Federal described In such certificate NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Bradford County Florida .,.
rights that are fully ours. be free until he !is able to give bearsal. These Choirs will rehearse Savings Regulations and Loan System, the or certificates will be sold In The Circuit Court Eighth that Leona Royal the holderof Beulah M. Moody D.C. .'
himself completely to helping on these nights until First Federal Savings and Loan to the highest bidder at the Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn the following certificates has 1/6 4t 1/27 )'
We need to be emancipated others without regards of a re- further notice. Wednesday. night Association of Starke, Starke court house door on the first and For Bradford County;
tarn. domestic problems. Until ward. No man can be free Prayer Meeting. Thursdaynlgbt (Bradford County) Florida, has Monday in Month of February
we are free from worryIn until he has decided to live :s!tory Hour at the Church: 'ihe filed an application with the !, 1972 which is the 7th day CIVIL ACTION .hl
our homes that are bro- !7.1he words of Jesus Christ Ladles Circle will meet at the Federal Home LoanBankBoardfor of February 1972. Case No. 1242 Now Is tfim tint* foN'orche
ken by frequent quarrels between Do unto others as you would home of Mrs. Sarah Prince. permission to establish a Dated this 3rd day of January Elsie Smith Ast, Wife Rob- '0''
parents,Irresponsibility, have them do unto you." Junior Choir will meet at 7 branch office at, or in the Immediate 1972. ert Peter Ant, Husband, Plain cover INIa o ws Doors, A Br0r.wmym
and children rearing them- W. need to be emancipated p.m. The Pastor and congregation vicinity; of Lawrence GILBERT S. BROWN tiff. FOR WINTER-LON PROTECTIONFLEX0GLASS ,.,
selves. Until we are free from from prejudice. There Is nota will go to Free Canaan Boulevard, Keystone Heights Clerk of Circuit Court of NOTICE OF SUIT- ,;;..
bringing children Into the world, one of us here at this hour Holiness Church Friday night Clay County, Florida. Bradford County Florida NO PROPERTY Plastic Or
and not caring for them, exposing that Is not prejudiced. That to render service for Sister The application has been delivered By: Beulah M. Moody D.C. TO: Robert Peter Ast. !". O. ibsilN .
) them to the worst thingsIn means that we pro-Judge others. Elizabeth Dean. Friday at 12:30: to the Office of the 1/6 tt 127NOTICE Box 184, Freeport) Long Island, 7cysu6CENr
life; until we are free from We resent\ their looks we resent the Senior Choir will sell dinners Supervisory Agent of the said New York -.,.
Immorality, then we cannot be their walk, we resent their from the kitchen. Satur- Board, located at the Federal YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED a tool ;.
free. We say we want the best talk, we resent the way they day the I Can Circle will sell Home Loan Bank of Greensboro that an action for Dissolution ONlv36 2n wt.AI"
things In life and yet we put wear their hair. We are so dinners. Sunday Worship will 444 North Elm Street, OF APPLICATIONFOR of Marriage has been In 4 II, widths ,r1t
forth little effort to obtain them. prejudiced that we ,are ,even begin with Sunday School at Greensboro North Carolina. TAX DEED filed against you Robert Peter tfl
We need to raise our standard found to resent ourselves. 9:30; Morning service 6 pan. Any person may file communications. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Ast and you are required to 0. e .
of living our standard of con To be free. we Just shake The subtle Is Invited to attend Including briefs In (hat Robert Scott the holder of serve a copy of your written is far MrtfDgar than polyathylana- w !a
duct, and lift our eyes to the off the fetters of the above these services. favor or In protest of said the following certificates has defenses if any to It, on theplalntltf" It'i the only plastic window material .M
hills from whence cometh help. things. application at the aforesaid office filed said certificates for a attorney, whose name GUARANTEED 4J f#
We need to be emancipated tax deed to be Issued thereon. and address is R. Franklin Wara .r..cII1..e.eoseL
Ebeneser Baptist Church, of the Supervisory Agent Z FULLY R$ JHfe7 rianavra PUatica Sine* acre/
from these problems. The certificate P. O. Box 1113 Gainesville :
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sun- within 10 days (or within 30 numbersand Rltch t\
Lumbar Dealers Everywhere
Man Injured, day School will conclude the days If advice Is filed within years of Issuance the description Florida \ At Hardwarmjwro .
We need to be emancipated ScorchedIn services Sunday. Regular services the first 10 days stating that of the property; and and file the original with the .SIi
from fear. Afraid to walk a- Wig will be held Sunday. Jan- more time is needed to fur the names In which It was as- clerk of the above styled; court ,..
lone afraid to enter certain Reno Fire'' uary 16, with Sunday Schoolat nish additional Information;after ',":.
businesses afraid of being a- 9:49. Morning service at the date of this publication. its
bused, Sand mistreated The 11. Evening service, 6:30.: Six copies of any communication -!:
black need to be emancipatedfrom Bessy May Nickles had her should be filed. The application e
police) brutality, whereby wig scorched while escaping Greater Allen Chanel AME and all communications r.t
the least otrenae'wul resultIn from a fire early Friday morning Church. Rev.C.E.Jenkins,pas- In favor or In protest STARKE'S ;.
being roughly handled, and the Starke Fire Depart tor. Sunday School 10 a.m. thereof are available for Inspection rlD
arrested on any little charge. ment. reports.) Morning service at 11. The by; any person at die LOWEST f
There was no known cause aforesaid office of the Supervisory
Youth will be In of
for the Ore which sent James en t. **,
We need to be emancipatedfrom activity for the day. Evening
Fullwood to the Bradford County First Federal Saving. and FOOD vt.v
the fear of being black. Hospital Friday morning, services begin at 5:30.: All Statke
Loan Association
: '
I, The expression was made a about 4:30: a.m.. said fire members are asked to pleasebe .,.
few years ago "I am black Chief Harold Glasgow. Full- present. It 1/6 PRICES !
1 and I am proud." I have news wood was treated and taken m :,.:,
for 1 have been black < DEATH NOTICE Fooo FAIR h
you. home bgr a Starke Policeman
Wnr 320 S. WALNUT ST.
and proud all of my life. In It took the Starke Fire DepU Mr. James Reason, a longtime NOTICE OF ANNUAL SUPERMARKETS
spite of the many hardships I about an hour and a half to resident of Starke and MEETING OF MEMBERSThe )..
j have encountered.: I have never cool off the wooden frame house Bradford Countv. oasied away annual meeting of First Us. caalcE : ,.;.
I looked down on any man for that Is located on Clipper Road Sunday, Dec. 26, In the Veterans Federal Saving and Loan Association -
i I am not above any man. Neither In the Reno section of Starke. Hospital In Gainesvilleafter of Starke will be held :Atf
have -looked up to any Staudce; firemen were on the a brief Illness. Reworked at 2:00: pjn. on Thursday January 1 "InhM r41
J' man, for I am not beneath scene at 3 a.m. after the fire at Cecil Field Naval Air Base 20. 1972 at the office of I .. I LEAN TENDER 'I'"."./ ..\
I any man. However being black, _'I was.called.Into the Elre>Dejrt.v,> 'for more than 25 years as aJanitor. the association, 395 West Madison SLICED I FRESH 'FLORIDA' .. V.V .
I does not mean atfeir rythlng: ,, .: according to Qasgow...wbo ..-..,,, 1 He was a loyal membe.r Street Starke Florida. GRADE'A' J I GROUND ls
I wUl wayyrWeneed'to! /It of! benezer Baptist Church. Ruby Johns, Secretary2t
go your ,w Umated the house to be total- ,I be emanclpnteduJrom looking. 'Ii 'ii. .,He served as Deacon until 1/13 t ,

: BEEF .*'.
Gold Kist. LOIN CHOPS i'f

Over 100 Farmers Mutual Exchangeseach designed to serve I Af.resh681B ; _

:I the specific needs of its area with the best quality farm f11/rlllCf ErqreT Ar /1 2 WHOLE PER BAG 29 C t I 3 LBS ; :::

; supplies you can buy And you share in the profits. f1a I LB & OVER LB .,: .,.

j Good things for the farm and from the farm. / / / / / / .,.,.


... QUEEN Canned ,
vv' .
..:: ._ :'.-. ..... ,,
> '. ; R .!'"
'; .'

M .

... ...
1 ,
OU* IVtftVPA itaoi NO/0uN1 auf
/'t '+Y PNtCI
Frozen Waffles 'e."way: : 10/$1/ i '

... Mrs. Smith's Pies _?s&'srm 93c I COFFEENOI'''' DRIVE

Morton Frozen Pies ";.'sss 3/l/ 1
Banquet Cream Pies .1.011...:?. 4/l/ .

.. ...... W I '. ., n i.N" i." Coffee Rich "01... ..... 47 I LB C i c :m

Frozen Coffee Rich jsv.: 24 t BAG nflnn 59 IlltlIrifl I ONL v... 9 9 a.Y

"N"" I *.
Frozen Orange Juice 07 aN. 5/89c/ I -:.

1 I A
/ / / .

.1. 3 L.wL Ffi; wd44' ". I / .. IN 1 { ,, ,. f WHIPPED .,
4ici* ,
+ id
44 <
Is"lgew a i ,,,, :. w. I POTATOES




: lea w.,., 3/g 1 2=29c t R DANANAS I '.!

---------- ---------- "II'ur I TOM ATOES ';
..E' ,
Not MOUTHWASH i LIME I \ 1 rnwlrn' I ..

COMMAND' 1 ... r...:
ALL TYPES I ..... ..-...I I ,.. i

a 02. 59c.2$1: : I .,/ JJ gill25 C.. >1
BUYS GOOD THRU JAN. 12. 1972. 3' : .
LEMONS 48.J.1 ORANGES......... EACH. '
r.------------- mt TMnsw nic. m irMvtsw Mia f v fwrio ttw met'riCARO
1 1 rut** IHW>,
I comi II. FOOD
1 r\ 7 .. _

t 4'p1.SMo I :',:: =: ::.Y.1


I rg-------roLGirS-1 corrii I I corni I S3 PIES
I 4 OS. Ml 1 I 10 ot. JM I "....-. ...-.......... nROLLS "
rna. -- N.rw.n..Y.
..wNY, 1 1 OFF .,r.r.., I
I .. I I w a..I- I 22..39C !:
14 Yr1 l4/e II ION urn COUPON
CAM KIM Inc AH.nM Ccorgui L-------------: J L_ _____..;------ .

January 6. 1972 Telegraph Pace 11 46':

I /
c tA'

-- - -- _____ _u__

c ,, ,, .. :, : ,= j ..,, =: .. .. ,.. .:. = .. '"..-.8. "'" ''' ''' '' "", : .. ..,, '" '" .... _...". .: ". ..,.. _, '' 11':"" """ t'., ._," ',-,',,'",
< ., < .. .. '. .., .. '. ... ,_ .< .., ._ .. _._ ." ,. ,. .,. ._ .. .


-- gCyOgPCTvgvOvwvvffWTOvwOTOWrOT ._ ----o

1860 Census Had Many Familiar Names .,

Who were the member of young town which started as a Total population was given as Margaret PACE MyerTRIESTJae ily by today's, standards. r" )I11 \c ca cw
that small, selectgroup--: "Hie settlement about 1850. 138. C. BROW, Edward M. Barney married Louise Ta- .
First Families oC Start?" The 18 0 census, available Here Is a list of the Starke and Mary LEE, Mlnton E. and ratu of Mlddleburg and their I
In order to qualify for that on microfilm at the Library families as of I860: Esther BLOODWORTH. Wm.W, children were Harley Matthew
honor, a person would have to of Florida history University Jane ANDREU, Howell and and Elizabeth CORDON Wm. Will Daniel, Michael Joseph,
find Ms -family name on the of Florida, shows a total of Elizabeth BAISDEN, John and and Emeline HAZEL, SolomonF. Ella Neal Irving Florence
I860 federal census- the first only 33 families living Starte Mary HODGES Lucy G. HOLIDAY Daniel McRAE HalUwlU' r. Neater Petcter." !

nosecount" on record for the as ot June 29 of that year. THOMPSON, George E. and Stephen SMITH, Thomas B. Hester Underfill! and .Margie. "" ,
TOMPKINS, Thadeus FOSTER Underbill. d.p d. ,
Thomas DILLON.Jacob JOHNS, Harley M. a grandson .4'' ""
Daniel McRae, was a railroad ".
Isaac DOWLING Ja*. T. and
EDITORIALA Mary BROUCH John and Mary man and a rural route mall
carrier who lived In the Pine
FERRY, Wm. and NancyHOL-
LINGSWORTII, John and Sarah Level section for many years.
DUPREE. His father Barney worked at
Caskln cotton gin In Starke.
John R. and Mary Wm.
PACE Some of thai McRa* settledIn
: Ibert
M. and Mary
NeededSeveral EDGE James and Regina PICKLES Clay Counter, and a settlement -
In the Smith Lake area
James DEVINE, Franklin -
1* still known a* McRa
DEES, Jonathan and Nancy

residents In the area ad- and the hay barn of another farm BEECH, Geo. W. and Rebecca: One of the muzzling Questions
MARTIN, George and Rebecca: which naturally arises, while
to the Florida State Prison became the hideout of three escapees,
KERSEY, Benjamin and Caro- studying the 1860 census list,1*
have taken exception to a recent article two of whom were serving sentencesfor line GATI N, Madison and Mary why some &prominent names lathe
In a tally paper Implying! that they armed robbery, and the othera WOODWARD, Henry and Caro- early history of Stark Many "first famillee" ef Starke and Bradford County were photographed by the
are Indifferent or unconcerned about thrice convicted murderer. A fellow line DRADHAM. Jane SNOW- such a* Richard (pronounced famous Hoover Brother whose early studio occupied small frame building en Walnut

recent escapes from the prison and like that doesn't have much to lose. DEN, Robert F. WHITE, M. Rl-chard'X Edwards Cole, Street, behind present location ef Florida Theatre.
MANSELL, John S. and Ce- Pace and others, known to
With three murder convictions already
of escaped prisoners on &
the prowling
celia SPECK John and be living here at the time were
their property.; behind him, another one or two could CATLDT Leaston A.and Martha not Included. Richard and Pace Censorship -

hardly add any more years to his WINK, John and 'Johanna had the rltlluppneralltore

Xn their ordnion. quite the reverse prison term and capital punishmentseems BURGHEIM Adolph WASHTEH In Star located on the south Of Prisoners'Mail County Agent! News l

la true. "We're deeply concerned" to be a thing of the past.It *, Abraham and SarabJaneCROSBY g the Street. Just west
railroad. It was established Relaxed
of them told this paper In a of
one Spelling doubtful In 1856. By Bobby L. Taylor
telephone conversation Monday, "and has been suggested not officially Additional Information on the

would like to see some system put -- that perhaps the prison whistle first family groups 1* given Florida"Playboy"PrlaoIt inmates mqazlne1hroI.Wh can'treceive We are making plans to In general will! continue to be

Into effect for alerting residents of that blows every morning and every In the 75th Anniversary Issue George W. Cole was the ftntpo.tma.lllr t the mail, but they canreceive make 1972 an even better iiDDortant to un If we can assist -

the area when such an escape occurs afternoon for work details could be of the Telegraph dated Nov.12, ] when the In office Stark was, appointed established most other magazines, year for your Bradford Coun- them In any way. If we can

," used to alert the neighborhood whenan 1954. In 1857. He also acquired a* well as letters from anyone' ty; Extension Service and the be of service to you Just call
Interesting points gleaned people of our County. Our main or come by'at conven-
whistle according to a new policy announced your
escape occurs. can from the first census of Stark title from the U. S. govern'meat responsibilities are educational ience.
In reference to the recent escapeof be heard for a distance of two or are that there were 137 white to 40 acre of land, comprising C.' rectIRII.tqr the Department of programs In Agriculture Youth

three Inmates from the East Unit three miles from the main prison, persons and only one colored > the NE-1/2 of SW-l/2. 2iiovshlp on outgoing mall and Home Economics. Of r

(maximum security prison) the article it is said, and three short blasts person of record- Negro boy, Sec. 28, Township 6, South has also been lifted' under tile course: we also have other
said: "Nonchalance pervaded this area would at least let residents adjacentto Thomas Williams, who mad Range 22.Eut, which I* known revised set of rates,which bans"Playboy" responsibilities In our Cnm- SENIOR
!know that his home with George E. Pace; sack."the original. town of a* well a* underground munll;)'. We pledge to do our
to the south and west of the prison the prison property; they families were larger In those belt in eacn area.
that Is cut by the boundary between should lock their cars and houses days, for only 10 families accounted newspapers that might very CITIZENS
Bradford and Union Counties. If there and keep the children Inside. for 64 of the Inhabitants William' Edwards Sr. must advocate how violence make or teach prisoners Much of our ,work Is done

looming danger from the or almost half of the have been In Starke at the time Th ban andsimilar through committees and commodity Transportation Is the life line
any total; more man half of the of th* first census, for be I II on organizations. For ex- of modem society.: Steamships,
Then too there Is a possibilitythat magazines that featurepictures
presence of the manhunt Wednesday resident came from two states, credited In early account: of ample we have strong association planes trucks, cars and rail-
morning, many of the residents were some system of relaying an, alarm Georgia and South Carolina, the town with constructing t tile ) of voluptuous\ nude In Poultry Cattle, Swine roads are the conveyor belts

either unaware of It or apparently by telephone could be devised. Each with the latter having the edge, first log bouse) In the early discontinued and stories because on sex of has the been 4-H and Home coamics.Our by which we are supplied with

could care less." resident of the area could be assigned 4137. settlement. effect on men In confinement possible -- goods and services and provide
two or three names to call Of the 43 different family a department official poultry groups will continue the ability; for people to move
names found In the census, Possibly the early census- in freely from place to place. & -
educational programs
One housewife we know of, whose and one message from the prison aid. The new mall policy end
about one-third are still com- taker like those of today could sanitation waste disposal and nor hlirhwavs. costing billions
husband has night shift work cares switchboard could start a chain reaction monly heard In this area indicating be accused: of missing quite a the practice d that censoring is letter control of, insect and disease. of dollar. beribbon the 50

enough to stay with relatives during whereby almost everyone In that many descendant few resident In the courseof although& option retained W. will also be concerned with States of the Union for fast

the evening hours, not returning home the area could be alerted within min of these early settler are still their "nosecoumV. by prison official. programs to Improve prices and easy travel. To take advantage -

until her husband get back from workat utes. living here. received by our growers. of these modern devices -
Among these are the family Is expensive and THATIs
midnight. names of Balsden, Crosby, the rub. Senior citizens
Perhaps some better means could Johns Andreu. HoUlngsworth, o.o whose Income ,Is drastically
Others care enough to retain an be devised, but these are Just two Wynn Trlest Lee, G .Martin I[ TFX'eJ I reduced on retirement feel the

attorney to draw up a petition which suggestions that have been mentionedby sell, Norman, Dowllng, The Bradford-Union Cattle pinch very severely. Others
they will sign and send to the Gover- those who are most concernedand White, Long and other. man's Association: Is planningto because of physical handicaps

nor, asking that whatever steps are have the most to lose. Although It Is not possible Inlattate a 4-H and FFA or through Just plain poverty;
to give a full record of all Bradford and
Show for
Steer cannot afford a car. At this
necessary be taken to curb the recent the relationships between t the In addition
Union Counties In 1973. stage they have to depend on
wave of escapes that have plagued It is true that residents of the early settlers and those living Week we will emphasize pro- neighbor and friends to take

the prison. area do not get unduly excited and here today here are some duction testing, record keeping them shopping, to the doctor

run around screaming and tearing their Mrs. Jane ANDREU, born and breeding programs to allJl Jn, i 1IQJ118.cases, the hospital. -
*tg Foremost concern of these alarmed half ';when'\ an i>escape occurs. Such 1820 In South Carolina and came,> Gerald Rosier : ;::produce a quality meat1! type; ; This Is especially true >
residents seems to be for the need action would be childish and would to Starke before 1850 before '. animal. W. 'wUl'al.o..b4ft concerned of..the,elderlyan* poor living
It was a town according to anobltuar 17. of Ida start by with Improving, our In
Gerald Rosier son received catching rural .areas >whe ,e, trans-it
of some system to,alert the area defeat more rational efforts to cope ,- appearing In The Tel- Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mosier of registered Black Angus hotter !- calf crop and a more economical portation. Is lacking and In
adjacent to the prison when an escape with the ,situation. But that Is not egraph in March of 1900, which Lawtey, baa been selected: a* in the local Chamber of feeding program for our some parts of our country non-
occurs. In recent weeks, two cars to say that there' Is not deep and placed her age at 80. She; died the fourth FFA'er of the Week. Commerce Calf Scramble In heads. existent.

have been stolen from homeowners abiding concern over the situation and at the home of her daughter During Gerald'years of FFA 1969. She baa produced two Transportation generally was
Mrs. E. Johns. work hit baa been active In calve while In his possession. thoroughly discussed at the
In the area, one housewife was bound NOW Is not one minute too soon to
Andreu the widow
Mrs. was such thing a* dairy Judging In Ms first year of FFA White House Conference on
and gagged and her house ransacked. start doing something about it. of Francis N. Andreu who received livestock Judging, poultry Judging be was secretary: of the Scholarship S. Aging, sub-sections where

a land grant from the forestry and showing Committee,..concIJeU' strong recommendations were
U. S. Government In 1845 to steer H* has also been active Supervised Farming Committee Since hog prices have been made to relieve the senior
I 40 acres in west Starke. Hemet In showing livestock: at Public Relations Secretary, poor, our producers are getting citizens In this manifold problem -
Modern Red Riding Hood Jane AUten at Charleston", our County; Fair. third year he was our Senior better breeding animalsIn further discussion via.
S. C. and they were married Gerald was a member of the Chapter Reporter and now In their herds. Our programs movies and slides was held
there. Direct descendants of Forestry Team this year,which hi* final year In high schoolhe : will place emphasis on selecting :- under Special Concerns on the

Once upon a time In a far-away The SDS appeared on'behalf of the the Andreus still living In won the State Contest.. He I II 1* chairman of Cooperative the meat type hog to producea elderly In rural areas and In
Starke are R. A. (Lex) Green, also an applicant for the Sea- Activities Committee? higher quality pig more econo mall towns.
country, there lived a little girl called defense and contended that the killing Sen. Charley E. Johns Guy board Coastline Railroad Forestry Gerald 1* In his senior year, mically. Feeding parasite con .
Red Riding Hood. One day her mother of Grandma should be considered self- Andrews and many, others. Contest this year. This and 1* a fourth year ag stu trol and sanitation will also be Crowing older In rural A-

asked her to take a basket of fruitto defense since she was over 30 and Howell and Elizabeth BAB- contest 1* open to all FFA'er dent. He 1* applying for the priority; programs for us. me rica presents specific. and
her grandmother, who had been therefore beyond the age of serious DEN were brother and sister- who are In good standing, and State Home Improvement Award unique problems. Sheer distance -
ill and lived In a cottage In a forest in-law to the late George W. II 1 designed to promote forestry this year..He between people and between
regard. The evidence was convincing people and service lathe .
Baisden who came to Stark with tile youth of Aatsxl- and hi* family have Justmoved
It happened that a wolf was lurking decided there most obvious In
enough for It to be : was about 1869, and has several ca. Into a beautiful new aspect
in the bushes, overheard the conversation no basis for charges against the wolf. descendants still living here. Some of the activities he I II home, which they built from which rural areas differ from
went to the grandmother's M. MANSELL, farmer,set- doing to win this contest are: foundation to roof by them Planting recommended varieties urban ones.The expense of own-

house, killed her, dressed In her night- On the other hand it was felt tied on a farm south of Starke. planting 36,000 slash pin seedlings selves. On !their 160-acre farm soil sampling, liming and Ing and maintaining an auto-
gown and Jumped in bed to await the be indictedfor Just off U. S. 301 on the Brook- along with 30 acres which they grow' such thing as greens, fertilization for maximum production mobile and the lack of public
that the woodcutter should er road. He purchased the land He Is of and transportation bars olderpeople -
are ready; to cut. con- potatoes, tomatoes, C UM ., quality; crops
little girl When Fed Riding Hood unaggravated assault with a dead- from Hulda Prevatt, who was trolling! hardwoods,plowing Or sweet corn and sugar cane. forage will be stressed pastures from receiving needed ser

arrived, he tried to grab her. She ly weapon. One year after the "in- widowed when her husband died lines, carrying out Insect control A* you can see he has beena and field crops In 1972. vices.
ran screaming from the cottage. cident at Grandma's," her cottagewas in a Union Army camp In South cruising Umber, and gum real active member and la We would like to have a soil Coming closer to home we
made a shrine for the wolf who Carolina. The old home place, farming 500 faces proud to be enrolled In the sample for each crop planted., find that Bradford County and
typical of early Florida architecture Gerald 1* also an applicant Future Farmers of America Remember, a soil sample does the City of Starke are seventy
bled and died there. All the village Is soil standing, and for the State Farmer degree He plans to attend Lake City n't cost It pays. handicapped In adequate trans-
A woodcutter working nearby heard officials spoke, but Red Riding Hood was shown several years ago t the highest state degree h* Junior College after graduationand portation. There are 1,308 people -

her cries and rushed to her rescue. gave the most touching tribute. She In "Foto-tourlng. Florida" a can receive. major In forestry We know that we can produce' 65 and over, almost one In

He killed the wolf with an axe, and said that, while she had been selfishly syndicated feature of historical Gerald raise livestock and -Jackie Marr. Reporter quality vegetables and straw every ten of the population of

Red Riding Hood's life was saved. grateful for the woodcutter's sites In the state. A descendant "_h'h h" h" __,_____ u,____<__u,__<__ berries. Marketing will be the the County. Only one taxi In
Mrs Gladys Ayer Starke and that Is
big project this Marketing conveyance
All the townspeople hurried to the intervention, she now realized he had still live on the old home And Is the most difficult year. phase of expensive and Is not enough
'4 scene and hailed the woodcutter asa over-reacted. As she knelt to placea property, but the house Itselfis Physicians Hospitals an agricultural operation. The to fill the needs of the> people

hero. wreath In honor of the brave wolf, unoccupied. Must Curb Price Increasesanother farmer Is never able to demand and more so the elderly This
Abraham CROSBY a teacher Is a condition: which should be
there wasn't a dry eye In the for- a price for his product. He always -
However at the several and part-time preacher was asks his buyer what he worked upon by our County
Inquest, est. elected to the Legislature In If your doctor now charge t3 to the rate but tint Commission and City Council -
will we
give hope to developa
facts emerged. The wolf had not been 1881 from Bradford County He $19 for an office call, he can a penny more unless the government fair market for our products in conjunction with State
advised of his rights. The woodcutterhad had a brother Richard, who tack on another 371/2 cent,but says If. o.k. before they are planted. and Federal help to providea
not made any warning swings of was the father of t the late Phillip tars the limit- unless the mini-bus to cover the city
Ed Crosby, a well-known government approves a steeper The Federal Price Commission .o and out lying
hU axe before striking the fatal blow. If this little fable by Rep. recuntlv handed the medical areas.

The defense stressed the point that, Eshleman R-Pa..) sounds all too familiar Brooker direct descendants farmer, who in has Bradford many hike.A hospital that now charge profession these guideline Our Youth pick-up Designated places routes could, be stops simply and

although the act of eating Grandma it Just goes to prove thatyou've County.Dr. ; $50 a day: 'tor a, room can add In what 1* believed be .-H, will Program continue, especially to receive -- arranged. Traveling'hours from

have been in the wolf been reading your dally newspapersand William HOLUNGS- !the government's first attemptto much emphasis. W. will, 10 sum. till 3 p.m. dally would
warms only "doing hisdtiting": and thusshould keeping up with the modern trendof WORTH was the great-grand Union SeekingTo regulate medical costs to Involve more adults In avoid'school buses and early
: the board In the U.S.
not have been punished' I by...... "law and order." father of Frank Hemmlngway across, our Club and County programs. morning and late afternoon traf
Mrs. Frank Hemmlngway, Cut Damage The commission guideline. We hope to expand) our membership -' fic. Unemployed men or women
both now deceased: ,though soma could be hired
/ Issued In Implementation of and have more participation or abl. senior
here descendants are stilt living Bj Big Trucks President Nix n's Phase n economic on the Count DIs- citizens could: fill In on a 20
limit Increases trict and State levels hour a week basis at $1.69
Leaston WYNN, or WINN. a* In doctor's program fees to 2.5 per per hour which would not Interfere -

it was sometimes spelled, was In an effort to reduce damage cent a year and In hospital We are looking for more Involvement with their S.S. payment
The Bradford County a the great-grandfather of L. A., to Union County's secondary charges to 9 per cent annually In our Home Economics *. This would alleviate
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED ll L. J., Ova, Carl, and Jack roads,, the; Union County program. Since this program In some measure, our transportation -

: Wynn and Mrs. Minnie Wym ; Commission recently set a To raise price even that relates to the total pop problem.
1879 Quigley all of them well-known .peed limit of 40 miles par ;much ulation, everyone can benefitby To help solve the cost of
,. residents of Bradford County; hour on all tandem truck and medical >>rot.1l1ona1amat participation. transportation, large cit
keBiitt and several still surviving. trailer prove that ttielr expenses ies run buses .rimed fares
Edward and Mary LEE weregrandparents Union County Commissioner have gone up. Doctors, hospital : 'These are Just a few of the and to some free ride during
of Re".., R. L. bars! undertaken. the responsibility *, and other In the health highlights of your Bradford certain hours of the day for the
Strength and beauty are Leewi>> resides on Grlffl ; of maintaining the coun-i care field may not raise price County Extension program. We eld
Psalme Loop southeast of Stark. HI* merely to give themselves larger will be Involved In lyhicago'"DIAL'A
RI ESS his sanctuary.-( ,ty secondary road 'so any many programs BUS"
FL 96:6): ). father's name was General Lee. damage to road will have to' profit*, the. commissionruled. of other agencies: and sponsored by the U.S. AdmlnJ
Benjamin: and Caroline) GAT- be repaired by the county.; Previously The plan would; how organizations that benefit the Istration on Aging has been
ASSO-'TON LIN were grandparent of the the State Department ever, permit health-care cost people of other agencies and running lorI/ years.? Further
Let us cultivate the habit of late Henry Gaflln, a resident, of Transportation mttntrained to rise.twice a* fast a* other organizations that benefit dueFarm Information on this subject can
\ looking for beauty. Nothing of Starke for many years. the 1'0'148.' : cost*. of our County.; be had bv a freeorolectcutilne.
brings us In closer touch with Daniel McRAE married Sarah Clerk Robert, Drtgger said Burins, Bradford County; Fair '"Increasing Mobility; Among

the omnipresence of God than Livingston In Georgia and they the county; baa had weight restriction ,iA spokesman said the commission Chamber cf Commerce Voca: isolated Older feopie," from
Editor-Publisher moved to Mlddleburg first; and placed' on vehicle seek to halve the Information Division
EX. MATTHEWS, seeing the beauty He has 12.9 tional Agriculture and maw A4m1n-
thence to Starke. Their Children
Published each Thursday and entered, Second created everywhere. We do were Barney Norman- using! the roads, but that,heavy par cent raced mfii in other folks are doing an outstanding istration on Aging Washington,
vehicles within the weight limit medical cost while Its goal
Class Mott at the Pest Office et Stark, Florida Job and making D.C. 20201. .
r to Mary (DilaberryX Columbus progress -
things develop ,
under Act of March 3rd, 187?. many our by .traveling. at relatively for the economy as a, whole for ..... We ,are -... There Is a solution to
George,, Joseph, Tony Duncan .V- every
mind and our body, but to high 'speeds. have 'damaged is to' keep price increases toa.1JIUmum to work with them.r r' ;, .' .problem It
1 $5.00 Outside can. be
done WE
trade If
Subscription In areoi year, ; and Reed (twins! Teen (PouserX *- roods which were not built to' ,
cultivate the habit of seeing/ 2.5 per cent a- work asiduously
trade area: 1 year, $5.50. and Kate PoweU- total at It.
beauty develops the soul. of eleven children; large fam wear. verag. Home owner and the public -Joe Kerrigan.

j P.e.7. / T"I.-...6. I__-... A mu'7


--- -

I" .".. ..' ," .n..,''''',''''','' .'' ....,'.'.n.,. "'" .." ..,,,. ". ,...".....

_Jtr r --r r { .. .


, "',. Blaaeharil Ty
, !i k.i' I .
) \ ,';iN' t, CHURCH ACTTVITIES Green'Stamps!

:, Sunday Grace School United*45 am.Methodist; Wore: Everyday Low Prices!
hip SenrtaM, II ajn. and 7Jtrayer

:,. I.p.JntNp'.G:30.mcea: Wedne: ay't 7 p.m. Weekly Specials!'
.;'" Church of God:Stmday Srdtoo. J ;
10 a.m.1; Wonhlp servleea. 11 ,_ :
ajn and 7:30 pan.j Family
NlghL Wednesday, 7i30: p.m. \TA T. iyF
Highland Baptist; Sunday _
School 9:45: ajn.. Worship, 4 I
services: 11 ajn. and 6:30: p.m.;
Prayer Services Wednesday 7
iun.followed by choir practice.
The family of Paul L.Dlnldns __
who passed a\llll1lut week,have
the flinds.love and sympathy of their

Friends are pleased to know eEEF PED
that MOo Smith Is able to be Quantity Rights
at home again after sometimeIn Reserved
the .
Also nice to know that Carl COPYRIGHT 1972: 6 THRU
Prtvatt Is continuing to recu- ._ PRICES GOOD THURS. JAN. WED. JAN. 12
perate nicely at home.
Mr. and Mrs. James Andertof FUll QUARTER LOIN SLICED f
Palatka were Sunday supper A
guests of Mr. arid Mrs. O.J. Pork Chops 68C
Anders. Q
Miss Jan Walnwright of Way Selected tt
cross Ge. spent the week with MESH BOSTON BUTT for
her crandTKrtJher, Mrs. Truby tenderness C
Walmrrltfit Pork Roast IS.59c 31
Mr. and Mrs. HubbardHarlej. U.S. CHOICE close PER LB.
were weekend guests of their SUNNVLAND BREAKFAST 1INK ,,, trimmed

family Huntsville. and here.Mr. Mrs.. Ala.E.B.were Wells New ot Pork Sausage 2 %".' $199 value for 08

Year's week visitors of Mrs $
Ernest Wells and other relatives TENDED SMOKED PORK SHOULDER ''ARl

here.Charles.Smith Is spendinga Picnics 49cWD
month's leave from dutiesIn e e e BRAND U.S. CHOICE BONELESS
Viet Nam with his family OSCAR MAYER
after which he. will return for
further duty.; Sliced Bacon 79eW .
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent ...
Christmas week with Mrs. ROUND STEAK
John Wyrlck In TaUah.... and D HAND SLICEDCooked '
Mrs. Wyrlck accompanied her LB
Mrs.home.Effle On !the Shelton way they at Dowllng visited Ham -' $139

Park and were luncheonguesta.
They alto visited Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J.W. Burns In Lake City.;
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Martinez ci
of Albuquerque, N.M. are
spending a few weeks with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.E. limit 1 with 7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette limit one with 7.50 or more purcha excluding cigarettei1LB.

wick.Christmas vacation with Miss' L .,.

Elizabeth Terry here and Mr. 5 39 58 U.f..NW S. CHOICE' .M 99
and Mr*. Benton Futch and .
family, In Starke, and'other relatives "
cinity.' and friends In the vi. I SU I $

Mrs. C.R. Crews and jGIeim I i:" C,
Ann spent New Year's week e.- USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF NEW YORK
with Mr.and Mrs.Tommy Cinv.
ton and eon In Jacksonville CRISCO GROUND."BEEF
while they were there they OIL STRIP STEAKSnv1

also visited Mr. and Mn:'MoA.-. i t 1 .
C Ann'!i'3T"' "| "" .I' p<'> ,iL1m161/isc* (; i pr< .4 y/1gI.{ il with $7.50 or more purchase excluding clgoren- 'tvin 1t'1 I 'f U II
ertirtide--Ctuce"fe i .
Marcus Waited Mr.and''Mrs. I ,AITOR ,xxn.. .a: .r $ 98 99
Tommy Undsey In Gainesville $

over Mr.the and weekend Mrs .Hal Jones of OIL 48-oz. 7 8-oz. 9 1 0 5 2
Belle Glade were visiting7 Mr. 1 0
day.and.n.Mrs B.E. Reddish on Mon onie 4.... 68* BOTTLE AVG. $5'69 LBS.

Manning vi.lted -
Mr. and Mrs. Wlllv Pad-
gett and family In Clay Hill HEINZ THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR WHOLE SAVE 30c PAN REMShrimp

on Mrs.:Sunday.Goldie Is Myers of Jacksonville Ketchup e . BOTTLE QUART 48C Beets . . 6 CANS 16.... $))00 Chunkees 2 -LI. $1")
spending the week
with her son-in-law and daughter SLUE BAY VAN CAMP
Mr. and Mrs. Octavlon Nicola 6'h.o.. .....
and family. Tuna Fish . 3 CANS $100 Vienna Sausage 4 CANS $1 1 Whip Topping . 3 QUARTS $1)
Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Futch
of Waycross, Ga.were visiting THRIFTY MAID NESCAFE FRESH

family Mr. and Saturday Mrs. Obed morning Pauley. and Pineapple Juice 3 CANS". $100 Instant Coffee . '- $I39 Green Cabbage 2 HEADS 39C
Christmas dinner guests of
family were her mother Mrs. 16.... : $
Marie McClellan and Mrs. . 4 CANS $100 Napkins 3 20007 100DIXIE ) Fresh Lettuce . 2 HEADS 49C
Phillips' slater Mrs. J.H.

and Lake Michael City; ;Larson Mrs. Wlne-of Green Beans . 4 CANS $100 Hot Dog Buns 2 IK63::::: 39C Ripe Tomatoes e. LI.39c

fred Christian and family';Miss
Minnie Annie Larson of Ocala;; ,

Creek tey.Mrs.a Michael few Ala.Brenda days spent Larson visit.Dixon her remainedfor of Christmas Bear FRUIT I DRINKS I POTATOES FRUIT PIES

vacation with her grandparent -

and Calvin Dlxon.Mrs.daughter,.and A.C.Mr.Mrs.Kirkland and Marcella Mella Mrs.and Carter-spent W.R.son 5 $1 rhill: ; 6 9 SAVE 4 $1

last week with relatives In 46.0.. j 20 LB. 20-0&

Cutfibert Mr. and, Ga.Mrs. R.E.Lee.John, CANS "M'!' BAG 56c PIES

and Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Mar-

with Mr. Lee's
brotherinlaw -
Mr. and Mrs.
Larry rxbose in Decatur, Ga. FRESH EGGS :FRUITDR N POTATOES
and another brother-in-law and POT PISS
liter, Mr. and Mrs. R.E. English -
who were visiting there.r .

We- I ---j 3 DOZEN :$1 i SAVE 57c 6 B-o.PIES. $1 SAVE 20c 5 BAG LB. 6 9

: RepGirFIPEWRITERS : ..--.--- .----.--..-..--.-.----.---....--.-_------.---.-.----.. ---------------------.r.---- ------------p.-------------' .

j jII ; I I EXTRA GREEN! STAMPS. I I EX.-IRA.4'Jt. GREEN. STAMPS /I' I EX.-rRA.4'Jt GREEN STAMPS 11411 EX.--RA.4'Jt.. ...GREEN...... .. STAMPS............ I I EX.rRA.4'N 4M.. GREEN_STAMPS. ';
............. .-.,..... .N H rH IrV N .WN .- .........H -ItN II-M...*....- 1.........*99 .M H M MrNHItWN M MiKMAtl M ,
TWO 13... PKGS.. ONE 14 01. PKO.WD ONE -PACK 4'01. SIZE FOUR 25- i '2" PKOS. ONE ::16-... iorrn
ADDING # Waffles aiJ SteakettetGOOD Juice Foil : Fabric Softener
) No. 1 .. ... .. .....i No, 3..t tor.i .> ..!.,( No. 4 ,v,.,,, IMat HINMa..i. No. 21 .. ,,o. ,?.. ........ ; No.XTR 22 oi.t t K t wmw .I
-... .. .
MACHINESBradford ,

.0;. *_!.....C.WN EMI...<....O* VITM (XIM.N, C.MP.H...MMCM.U 9f r... M.N/.. .WN .W/ ... M / ltM CAWraH PVKMMt M 1 NMrNM tW.M W NNtMN NI
1 ONI 10... JAR / ONI 33 01. JAR / TWO MB. PKGS. I TWO MB. CUPS ONE :715. SIZE
i Coffee R Peanut Butter i Sliced Bacon d Pimento Cheese Meat Dinner '
Telegraph 1::t, GOOD THRU JAN U ,:% GOOD THRU JAN. 12No. :.a GOOD THRU JAN. 12No. t GOOD THRU JAN. '12 t a't" GOOD THRU JAN. nNo. i
,': .. j No. 23 .,.?.,?., ?., 24.,, ., .. .,. 23.r foot
I. w.- -

t Y
1 'Jrflr
I "
-- -
- ----

-S. .. .,. ... .....L'Uniform.' ...... ..\... .. "0- .....w.. .. : ." ,, .. ,,, ",,' 3'e" .. ........ _..0.-. ."..,....-,....- ", ... ,. .- -.. "..,... . ....''IL....... ... co' .- .. .. !!J... .-.-:=- =,<'.; .,, .-:--. -.:-. .... ,. .. .., :,-= ".'1-,. ,- .- ..

c ". .. _. . . '. .. .. .. ..., ... .._ .. .. ...... .. ...._.. .._ .... ... w. .. .. .. .. ......... ... ...011.' '. '.


.. "," ",. NAn '.
::.t'4t ?:i'i > "
Traffic "

:Ta 'Code EffectiveJanuary 1st investment. in Your Future .,:: f4 -= .:.,

January I New Year's tay,

will brine a uniform traffic ;
---- ------
coda! to Florida for the first m M

time, doing away with the
( l lil\s! ( JIIIOMI Paul L. Dinkins state's hodge-podge of city: ; lW1W

county; and state traffic: laws I' ll\J\ IJY VI DU' L lt "

Mrs. Gladys Canova 65,widow "ra whan your Imwi It, kIM JM fcmt H | 6CONGREGATIONAL.

,of Dec.Paul Canova 30. in the died Bradford Thursday Lawtey.Paul L.died Dinklns.Wednesday Sr., 77.Dec.of that The uniform a driver code arrested will mean for ,,- ....-- ._'M_.... ,..- .___til1! ___N___lt 1.!i I'i1IJ1i'_! !: _U! M'_' ._ m.m.m_.III_!.mm. _..______' .'_'_" "_""' _'__Jt.......................m.. _.. l llia mil I llili IIJJlII 1..j[ ilifi1i1; UiJ.U.! .- fW

County; Hospital after an extended 29, In Bradford County Hospital speeding on an Interstate highway NEW RIVER BAPTIST .....
illness. She was bom after an extended] Illness. HOLINESSCHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST
will be the
!Han June 16 Born In Baker County; on October given same OF CHRIST Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng HOLINESS CHURCH AT MELROSE ,
in Fort Scott. on kind of treatment as one arrested I ro"
19. 1894 he had livedin Bible School 10 a.m. Worship Worship .m. Training Sunday a.m.; Schedule of Services: '
1906. Until Illness forced her on. city street or a Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship am5 .'
retirement several years ago Lawtey for many, years He county; road. City; patrolmen, Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Services 11 a.m. and Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship Morning 11 YouthService Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. ";
she was house mother at the was a retired clerk with the State Troopers and deputy; Service 6 pjn. Evening Worship 8 p.m. Midweek Service Wednesday 8 p.m. Wednesday Night service 6 pjn. Evening Worship Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- ", i,
Southern Railroad a member 7 p.m. Ladles Bible 7:30: p.m. Everyone 7 p.m.TUesday Ing Worship 7
Alpha Gamme Rho fraternity; sheriffs will be writing the 7 p.m.Thursday. pjn. ,he t
at the University; of Florida, of Grace United Methodist night Prayer Meet Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church come. Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other evenlngs-8 p.m. .
same kind of tickets for. the located one block west SR -L.L. Parker pastor finV.I
Gainesville. She was a mem- Church and Lawtey Lodge No. first Ing 7:30 p.m.David on P.nt.Rev.
ber of the Baptist Church. 189 F. & A. M. time. .Hodges, Pastor 16. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST W.B. Chauncey pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN .Io-!
-J.P.H. Bell minister
Surviving are two daughters School 10 Morning CHURCH .I I !"-
Surviving 1s Ms wife MaI'7Loadholtz Sunday a.m.
Mrs. Jane Bush Palatka; and Dinklns of Lawtey; The uniform code also calls GRACE BAPTIST PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Worship 11 ajn. Pre Services SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng A.
Miss Norma Canova Starke; CHURCH STARKE BAPTIST CHURCH Worship II a.m. Evening W':# '.
(Booster Band Young
two sons Charles L. Dinklns for un.Uorm.peed METHODIST CHURCH W. Pratt St, Sunday Services -
one son, Paul E.Canova Starke; limits 633: !'
Sunday School 10 MornIng Worshp 7.-Jame.Shaw.pastor. w
Starke and Paul L. Dinklns a.m. Sunday School 10 MornIng People and Prayer .
; a.m. 10
throughout the
two brothers William and Melvin state for certain : Sunday School. a.m. .*
Jr., St. Augustine; two daughter Worship at 11. Training Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- 8 p.m. Evening worship 7 p.m. Union -* ?
Spellman, and one sister types; of situations, meaning .Unlon 8:30 Preaching II a.m.Training BROOKER BAPTIST CHtmCII.r
Evening Worship
Mrs. Hazel Conway all of St. ,. Mrs. Mildred Cmr. Wnl. that after January 1 a number p.m. vice 6 pjn. Evening Worship Midweek Service Wednesday 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship .'
do and Mrs. Adel Burton. Jack 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer 7:30 Rev. L. Milliard 7:30: () p.m. Rev. John Strickland, BROOKER FLA. u
of : p.m. Tommy -
Augustine; her mother Mrs.Effle city speed limits signs will Meeting 7:30.Rev.. LeonT. 7 pjn. Everyone welcome. Rev. Jim Templepa.tor.Sun.t::
Spellman St. Augustine sonvllle; one brother L. F. have to be changed to conform. pastor.FIRST Pastor. -Wilbur Dyess Pastor ,"
Odom Jr..IJ8.tor.AIRPARK day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol
Dinklns, Stark three sisters It
; Is
and six grandchildren. hoped by the lawmakersthat
Funeral; services were held Mrs. Eunice Cotton, of Hawthorne this will have the effect ASSEMBLY' OF GOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF GODOf' Superintendent. Training Union, J+r.. 7.;
CHURCH 100 at Theressa) 6:45: P.m. Lowell Douglas, Di- < :
Lois" Raiford Road & Weldon Highway
Mrs. Dollnig of St. PROPHECY BROOKER
at 2 pjn. Saturday In Jones ; eliminating all so-called Sunday .
School 10 Mom- rector. Worship Services II
Memorial Chapel Starke with Jacksonville; and Mrs. Dollie speed traps In Florida where Ing a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning a. l">
Worship 11 7:30. Midweek Ser <
am m. : Prayer
Hatcher Tampa eight grand- the speed limit :; Ing Worship II. Sunday Evening Morning Worship II a.m. Young Peo-
Rev. W. A. Hogan pastor of ; suddenly drops Worship, 7 Worship 11 a.m. "."
Wednesday 7:30. Lavern
pjn. vice
the First Baptist Church and children, and eight/ great for no apparent reason exceptto Prayer Meeting and Bible Study 7 p.m Thursday night, 7:30.: Training Union 6:30 p.m. ple's Service 6 p.m. Evange- director.: Outlaw music >" \"";
grandchildren. trap -Charles Thomas, pastor Evening Worship 7:15: p.m.Wednesday 7 Wednesday .
Rev. John Flynn rector of St. unsuspecting motorists. 7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng Services listic Service, p.m. ;17
Mark's Episcopal Church, of- every Monday 7 p.m. Merle Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. HEILBRONN! BAPTIST ;Z'lo l
ficiating. Interment was In the Funeral services were held Another change resulting GF. Prevatt. pastor. Every- EVERGREEN BAPTIST 7:30: p.m. Rev.. Come and worship with us. CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. i-:'!' '
family plot in Crosby Lake at 4 p.m. Saturday In the De- from (the new code will Involve one welcome. Highway 125. Northwest of Packham! pastor 'Rev. Bobby Harris pastor Sunday School 9:45: .&!..-
Cemetery under direction of Witt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. traffic radar. The old law says Lawtey. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship I1.' Training a.m. ."* **
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Don Denton pastor of Grace that speed detection radar units ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning Worship 11:15. Sunday ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETHLEHEM Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Service :
Methodist Church officiating cannot be used unless there la CHURCH STARKE Night Service 7:30 p.m. Wed CHURCH. STARKE FREE:: W1LLBAPTE5TCHURCH! 7:30.: Midweek Prayer >:.: ;.
Interment was In Klngsley Lake a 500 foot passing zone of open Father James Cregan, pastor nesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday Service 7:30.

\ 1111 it.( It. LoperMrs. Cemetery. highway. before the unit. Saturday Mass. 7 p.m.Sunday p.m Rev. Albert Knight,pas Sunday, II a.m. Morning School 9:30: ; Morning Worship -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pas- '. : '
Designed to keep radar units Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, tor. Prayer 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday 11; League 4 p.m. Night Ser- tor.
from belnghldden behind curves 7 tun. 11 a.m. Church School 9:45: vice, 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams sctlo 1

Annie Bray Loper 79, Wm. I) Clark the old law often kept them Confessions Saturday 6 LAURA BAPTIST ajn. E.Y.C. 6 pjn. pastor CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST <"',*',
of Theressa. died Thursday from being used In the heart of pjn. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. -John M. Flynn, Rector OF LATTER DAY SAINTS .V :'.'
Doc 30( in the Bradford County cities, where streets are School of Religion: Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- FIRST UNITED METHODIST 1404 E. Bessent Road .oto-':
broken by frequent Intersections Grade School Sunday 11 Ing Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek STAPKE
; Hospital after a long illness. William Donald. Clark. 32. of Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST 9:45 Morning Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a. I't.:+
Sunday School
County and passing Is often for a.m. to 12 noon. : ; tV.
in Dooley Sunday 10
She was born m. School Sac-
Hampton died Wednesday 10 Worship and Senior a.m.
Sunday School a.m. Worship 11 Junior
bidden. High School -- Sunday 1 ; C'-i"
Georgia on July 10, 1892 P.m.Be rament, 6 p.m.
; 29. Born in Waycross. Gan pjn. In church Sunday. Service 11 ajn. Church MYF groups 6 p.m. ,
and was a member of In the Geor-Oak- Oct. 13, 1939 he was a Staff The new code repeals the 500- Frank Jarvis pastor. Training 6:30: p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Monday Mia 7:30 p.m. 1ti. tie
land Baptist Church Sergeant in the U. S. Air Fore foot requirement altogether BAYLESS Worship 7:30.: 7 p.m. Prayer MeetIng Tuesday Primary 4:30 p.m.

gia.Surviving Is her husband and Church.a member of the Baptist and will 'mean that radar can Sunday School HIGHWAY, 10 a.m.BAPTIST Wor- ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting 1:301: Chancel Choir Rehearsal 7:30:Wednesday p.m.Jesse Relief Society .-:...
CHURCH 7:45.
Walter C. Loper; two sons, be used at Intersections and ship Service 11 a.m. Church pm.Rev : D. Branson Branch ,*, .:
Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy J.D. Robinson -DeWitt T. Farabee. Jr.
Den II. Loper and Henry Lo on dangerous curves. Training 6:30: Evening President n:.",;:

per of Starke; three daughters. Mr.Surviving and Mrs.are Frank his C parents, Clark Worship 7:30. p.m. -Day_.._Mass 5:30: ""p.m." ..nn.. .NWfI.,.>"""...00.... u.. .. ........"'!!_ .n r. !.:"'o.s. _. m..n..n.n..n..n.:<<<>:'..:(.;.;.;. >>:.:-.o .;'.:'.;'.;'.;.':.--ss.!.;.;..;....;".",. _n.....:\... ,,! .):..'
Mrs. Herbert Cloversettle. Wednesday Prayer Meeting r '
and of Hampton Lake; one daughter CARD OF THANKS 7:30 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiii iiiiiii y
-Mrs. Bertha Newsome p.m. i i
Mrs. Gladys Bradley all of Rhoda Clark Botnel. May I take this method of Rev. J.D. Robinson

Starke; one sister Mrs. Lau- Wash.; three brothers Tonuru'Clark thanking my friends for their the'' : '''''.
Hampton Lake and Lane
15 ; cards flowers visits and LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Where have ,, :
ra Jackson, Starke; grandchildren and Kay Clark, both of New- : ..., ,,..N..f .
during confinement .
prayers my CHURCH I. ... .
and fourgreat-grand- born Ga.Funeral.
in tae /hospital' : Kuth Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- *

children Funeral services were held services were held Frazier }Worship 11 a.m. Evening LEAVES Gone? 'r. :
7:30 p.m. Wednesday ......
at 2 Friday in DeWitt C.
p.m. at 11 a.m. Saturday with military Everyone
Jones Chapel with Rev. MerleL. welcome. NG ;a
rites at the graveside In I
Packham conducting. inter- CARD OF THANKS Rev. Robert Haisten, pastor A l' ; 1 ""'
Santa Fe Cemetery. DeWitt C. Tree without their leave, are like a
ment was In Hope Cemetery Jones Funeral Home was In :: c:{ ..Z
Words are Inadequate to express OF GOD : '
Theressa. charge of arrangements. our thanks and appreciation 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. '. Church building without the people. The :::}: o1"I.....:..

to for their Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- '! .0\
everyone real warmth: Iriendhness, and welcomeS : .
prayers and all other acts of Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday t: ::, r.,'

kindness shown to us during Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night : atmosphere are created by the people. All :1< .'; a -
GAINESVILLEBusiness our recent sorrow. Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer fy. : rOo',!.
The family of Reed Lewis. Meeting Friday 7:30 p.m. of these thing area real aid to WorShip d}
-Rev. Y.W. Kldd . ,- k
pastor .,* I .1 fIIHCnt" ::, wtrMQnerq ,
i I. .. .v t ...q:'' Io'II"! '; ;i"J; .. $,ft t
,Directory f. ,,' ,..:'REVIVAL SERVICES KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST". ::::) .. "Ciu unto' ',II-t"f the gtory'du'iunto' ,, ..r '/III, ;$on 'sr'a sale.
START JAW.3 AT ."Sunday School 9:30: ; Training *I.. ;\ '. : -. ;utr, .. ?. :: h ..
MORGAN ROAD CHAPELMOl''an Union 10:15: ajn.; Morning Worship : hit name, worship the lord in tin btauty f:;# ..' ..'.;

__u_ Road Chapel will hold 11 a.m. Evening Worship .
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES revival services starting Monday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 Sr r?. of holinut." :.:. .''t...".
Jan. 3 Wednesday.Pastor $ ...:'
through Saturday. .:: .
Jan. 8, at Rev. Robert West : ,
nightly 7:30
Saturday night when serviceswill 4 Come. be one among many lo hare In 3 ..:;=.... j
Paris Inc.
Johnson& start at 7. Rev. Law- .':'
the of worshiping
SALES A SERVICE rence Carroll of the Sunday School 9:45: a.m. __ M .)) .. ."
SEEDS PLANTS First church __ ...;A:."
Baptist : _
of Keystone
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth I I __ ::
Fine Selection of Used Can Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS Heights will be the e- Fellowship 6 ;,.m. Choir Practice ...1\n.' ______ tit.:. 1ft,...,.
Taken On Cadillac Trades vangelist.. The public is in- Wednesday 8 p.m. : ____ { ':' .
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. S7S-M vited. -Rev. Robert D. Burch : __ )
We Real Fertilizer Spreader I n3 i:1IYQ i a :
BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng .i ; t: : :

Sunday School 9:45: Mom- Worship 11. Training Union, f011Vtn" fiI E .1.:.: nit. .
GLASS Ing Worship at II: Church 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.: iI' ns'" Omfk to sass MUlmi. 111 1'. I*..* f: .J.,.!

4 wheel drive and ears Training 6:15: ; WMIS Prayer -LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor .hi ..........to......... 01.. .Nn :ot :. .
Sale*. Part*. Service Circle 7:15: ; Evening Worship l! a.r./dtha..dr.-' . *::: 'l: i '
Clean Used TeyoU LIDDELL BETHEL Sunday School BAPTIST 10 CHURCH : ;:\ .. ..... .... ., ...... "" .......... __ y :: .; w" !
7:30.Monday a.m. r'I
Youth Choir Prac- : VI KM yuntt ta DM dM il M *.!
1700 N. Main S78-12M tice Children's Choir 7 Worship 11 a.m. Evening ;'r' .ed w siI4. .. M 01 lit ... .k'e rq :: ,1 .to; ,
Glass Company TuesdayMission friends, Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer B ,.._.... .... 1 hw4.i iii" .. MI'A '. q ...', .
Beauty Academy Girls in Action, 3:30: p.m. Meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.Rev. :: wit ........., r'1'... tIIor.'n:,.-; -; !
"GUM For Every :Purpose" J.C. Saunders pastor ;, ... :. j
WednesdayPrayer MeetIng tIi Inm.uMik rtt ( .-' S.q..1 :,.!
POWELL'S 1 Store Fronts Mirrors 7:30: Church Choir Practice MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL .Hit. OMKli" W .KM"....! .DM.. .."".,d.MmH -. .. ..i.: \

Beauty Academy Tub Enclosures-Showers Deacons Meeting 8:30.: Sunday 9:45: Sunday Ie .. mi .IM.. bnllr. kr..i4 .IM.. IM.I.II. :i i1"f I,.,,: I
a Furniture Tops OlM Replaced ThursdayVisitation, 7:30: p. School 11 a.m. Morning a.m. Worship wr -dud.. nplnM. tut ..rtclfM.. .In -....i.

Leant a ProfoMton In Your m. 6 p.m. Training Union Qe".. OMnli" t.ww Itr.llr..Hit.. hWk kM I ,
Spore Time. Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION -Denton Sumrall pastor 7 p.m. Evening Worship. ..,. IN. "' 11I ... fah.y; .".. hat .Mh, / I :I C :
Wednesday 7:30 Ser :I ;.
219 NW. 10th 878-2786 Prayer M'.MAI.h."t..MM.I' ;;J

12M..So_ ....Main. _GalneiiyUle' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH vices.Rev.
ELECTRIC MOTORS Bob Cooper.,..pastor. # i rn
372.8191 ; 3721102MEN'S STARK Sunday Brotherhood Meet- I 9 I III I I H ul 111 I i I liu III III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlI I l il iiiil II 11I11I11I11I11I11I III 11I11I 11I1111

ELECTRIC Ing and Breakfast 7:30 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ______ ____
a.m. {
; .' ..w lla:..I.I.'> I.WIII .ct :.t'fSfiYfR.%f".S6Gf 7idk'fr<'i' a8i2x; tYr.'C.ISEi:: :3ty;sFSu
Motor Repair Co. WEAR Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning Sunday Service:Sunday Sci: Ml J i
Worship at II o'clock sermon 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship 2

Of GalneavlUe, fxx. "The Lord's Supper A 10:45 a.m. Evening Service 7:15: STARKE "66" ;1
Living Memorial!: Church p.m. Youth Croup Meeting Sunday -
Repairing New and- Rewlndlnf Used STAG 'N DRAG Training 6:13: ; Evening; Wor. 8:30: p.m. LOIIDA SERVICE Ei i

ship 7:30 sermon "Stewards -J.C. Brown, minister

2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 .. Arrow Griffon ShlrU-Florshelin Bolt. Owe of Monday the Mysteries- Deacon's of God.Meeting" ; JORDAN MISSIONARY #' $4 EST Kill Edwprds' l'h. 964-7231 :

MOVERS Formal Rental Youth Choir Practice 7 p..m. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. + Tire Tru-lnjc i
Ladles SporUwearS Tuesday Helen Masters 301 North 1. behind Tas- $ OlllOL i
Croup at home of Mrs. GerogeB. tee Frees Drive In, Sunday HeadlitthtdJuaUn.: ::;
. Long Distance; Mov/rag. STORES-IS: W. UNIVERSITYand Flynn 3 p.m.; Young Musicians School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- g OtNw N .. '
Storage/ -. Packing GAINESVILLE MALL : Choir 3:30: p.m.; G.A. vice 11 ajn. and 7 p.m. Prayer Brake Service

Crating Shipping 4:15: p.m.; Lottie Moon Croup Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes Cart Hant Phone 9644111 Wheel Balance and
Free EtUmaU Call at the church, 7:30: p.m. Ethel
Biggs Group at home of Mrs. day.Leroy Olive pastor E.L. 339 E. Call St. Stark. Flu. Alignment :
Betty Ann Phillips; Brownlee Grills, associate pastor
MUSICBALDWIN Group at home of Mrs. J.D. 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE ........ '4-5745 for FREE CONDITION'. SERVICE'Iiway :.

Warren Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.- Family Night DEDAN BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH 301 and 100 .pectlona and Esll) ..t.s AH Minor Repairs :

PIANOS ft ORGANS Supper 6 p.m.; Prayer Meeting .' Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship <10 8. Temple. SUrksimnata 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
and RA. Meeting, 6:30 Services 11 a.m. and 7 '.
Van Service, Inc. CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS p.m.; Teachers and Officers p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. maaBHumaat aamm ..
Meeting. 7:15: p.m.; Church -Rev. Lacy Conway pastor 1 ?
:suo N.E. W.Wa R4. O'vOle Choir Practice 8:15: p.m. BRADFORD ,

Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom- ABSTRACT CO.
AUTO SALES SERVICE NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Ing Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p. SUPPLIES Inc. Grocery and Market G GFeat.rlag

BLOUNT PONTIAC CMIU Shopping Or. 372.5351 CHURCH m. .
Intersection of Highways 16 -Rev. John Ross pastor Ace Hardware Grecerles-Mute-Feed. better. Service For Your t
GMS, INC. Farm and Industrial North) and 225. Rev. Wayne
Title I Problems
l e Equipment Wells,,pastor HAMPTON BAPTIST Ctn,kt. Paint BmnUnmm / GAS AND OIL :
Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning CHURCH Jack sn4 Gladys Edw..... Abstract :
Service at 11. Evening Service Sunday School 10 a.m.: MornIng 8 ortlac Go s)
7:30. Wem sde- Service. 7:30 Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study V. a Ml Sooth 8Urk Title Insurance) :

Santa Fe Tractor, pjn. 8:30 p.m.j Evening Servlce7:30. : ClMdi s Pint* :
pjn. Wlth8lU. PRONE H4-IS12 I SitV.. Call Ph. M46M1CLAY .
Factory AuthorisedPentlac FORD AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Prayer and .21t "..... ....1270 1

Bible Study 7:30: p.m.
Sunday School 9:45: ajn.Morning -
Farm Tractors A Implements Melvin Hamel Pastor
Sal'es-Perts-Service U
Worship a.m. Evening COOPERATIVE Inc.By :
210 H. MainGolnosviilo USED EQTTIFUEIfr: Worship 7 pjn. Wednesday

Flo.' SALES PART BICHVBCaC44M : 7 Prayer p.m. Study Meedngand on Book Bible of Psalms Study, We'll have. real.equality of Owa.d ThoM Wt Serve) la Twelve Nwtkeaat Flotilla CxwtleaHelfrta. O.r Meavkers I4r. IMUer.He i iK.etirLsUv"Zgstes i

372.2583 O.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone the sexes when wives admit .%k ta-r%w 4TS-4M1 .:
N. W. 6th 37M3UGAJNE8VILLE Welcome. that they more, too. .

Page 14 Telegraph, January 6, 1972


., { A
, V
- -
--- - -

- -- -- - -----

I .,,. .:- = = = = : =.. , .,,: . ," .. .,. .. ,_ ,L. :_, .. e'm __, e.. ". ...... "-', ,IltW. .n," -" "e ... ." .. ... "" "",,(,I..) .. ,,' ,. ... .... '. ", .'.r.... ., ." .. .

,---------------------------------- "

1 Cheryl Rue Stuck Weds

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE 1I I: Roger James Smith, Dec. 18 1"--1

tII _--_____________________________ Miss Cheryl' Rue Shield of
Atlantic Beach became the bride Maranatha
Ii I .... of Roger James smith of Keystone By
i Keystone Hilites 1 Heights In the Community '
II ] 1---! 1 Presbyterian Church at At-

( By GLORIA .iMttic Beach on December Winning their second game of and Darrell White had 8 each,
REDFEARN Miss Stuckl Is the daughter
and Bruce: Bleasdale 6.
I | the season Tuesday night Keystone
L Please Call 473-3288 er 473-4182 -J of Mrs. Franklin Carl Shield Heights High basket- Ketch led KH rebounding with
and the late Mr. Stuckl. The
___ 9 and pacer had 8.
EGAN NOTESCOMMUNITY Is that much more lessened bridegroom Is the son of Mrs. bailers went 64<-53 past Mara
WOMANS CLUB CHURCH for someone else It Is hoped Harold J. Smith and the late natha a private school In Jack-
seated a Christmas Prognur A special duet anthem of theLord' the several members\ and visitors somt le.
TIle tint Club-sponsored, event at Wesley Manor on December renderedby at the Christmas luncheon Keystone trailed until the KH Girls
Prayer was In
erf the New Year will be The bride was given marriage -
Caroled on
19. They also Mrs. Roy Turknett and her will be with us' on the 13th. by her brother Jack B. 4d third period when the IndIana
luncheon-andwpr on Friday
20 and
December enjoyed a
Jan. 7, at noon. Chairman at the home of Mr. and teenage niece Barbara Farris, and all monthly meetigs.'lle Stucki. The Rev. Chester Kel- : started a man to man sand
la Mrs. A. Hallman with hostesses. pare Stewart McCord followw at the Sunday morning serviceon members will have an opportunity ler officiated and Mrs. R. L. began to pull away from Mara- Go 37-34
Mrs. A. Bachmaim.Mr January 2. to discuss,the 2nd meetIng Hutchinson was organist. The natha. Bobby homer led.l
W. the caroling. Holy Communion was observed of the month Came Fun church was decorated with tall with 23 points. Lewis Perry
Beam G. Cra- Miss Julie Redfearn has been
at the close of the worship wicker baskets of white had 22. and Larry Turknett
Mr. W. Boozer white
Mrs. L.
go visiting with her family, Mr.
A'cbante 12. By Mayo
Clark Mrs. A. Darey.andMrs. service and following the of 254 Is levied for mums and native greenery.'
; and Mrs. W.H. Redfearn. Jr.
Trailing 31-28 after the half
PastorMcCordretsested ,
N. Grayaon. Patricia and Robin benediction. each monthly. luncheon: meeting Miss Shield wore an empire .
A business meeting will be and. during sisters the, holidays. all members-to remain ana a wrapped, small gift and gown of silk peals de sole and h hHY the Indians came on to out Running their season record
held on Tuesday Jan. 11, at Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller and take part In the program 15C charge at the Game Fun Alencon lace with crystals and v score third Maranattia 18-13 In the to &.1. the Keystone Heights

:2 run., followed by a social of Clearwater parents. of Mrs. of the new Constttutlononwnicn Day, on the fourth Thursdaysat seed pearl., with an attached fourth.At .period and 22.9 In the girls basketball squad edged
several church offices have 1:30. These charges are necessary -
: chapel train. Her veil Mayo 37-34 In the KH gym
McCord tnenou-
iOn Wednesday night Jan. 19 Stewart spent anl been working for some time. to meet the cost of of silk Illusion was attached one time the game KH Tuesday night.
a program "At die "Movies'1In days with theirdaughter During this session, the following rental of the Lions Club bulldMksONALS of a Juliet cap of Alencon lace was down U points Coach Lyy; Chris Brakes led the Indian

( cobr) at 18th Century: Life family.Mr and Mrs. E.A. Rush- officers of the CorporaUoo and seed pearls bins carried shooting ndle Klrtley of Maranatha's said mostly on Mack the girls with 13 points. Debbie
In WUUamsburg. Va. will be their were accepted: Charles T. a bouquet of trenched carnations Bleasdale had 10 points to put
presented by Mr. and Mrs. ton son spent and! cSR the holidays ter-ln.law with andgranddaugl.ter Smith President Robert G. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts! with removable corsage. -.\. 33 Dorm points.who led the game with two KH girls! In double figures.

John Bird from 7:30 to 8:30 E Mr. and Mrs. Aahton. Vice President; Mn. of Bedford several The matron of honor was Latrelle Sessions had 10 pointsto
The win leaves KH
p.m. at the Clubhouse.On E.A.: Rushton.,Jr. and Kimberly William Beam, Jr., Secretary' Days; for Christmas with Mrs. Jack Stuckl, sister-in- "f. 2-5 for the the varsity lead Mayo.It .
January 25 at noon a of Atlanta and with tIIelrclaueb.r and B.F. Mlzell. Jr.. Treas their son and family the E.R. law of the bride. She wore a The indiana host season.Bronson In was a close game all the
covered dish luncheon will be and son-in-law and urer. Haglers. and daughter atOcoee, floor length gown of red velvet KH way with foul shots makingthe
held with the program belie and Mrs. The document was acceptedas Fla. Ed has recovered nicely with matching headpiece. ble were Mrs. Linda Faust and Friday night, then next difference.: KH led 7-6 after
two grandsons, Capt. presented and will become of last Misses Beme Murray and Trisha Mrs. Marilyn Stuckl. At the Tuesday travel to Jacksonville
l the but
a talk by Mn. Thelma Dboon L.A. Cumble and Robert and from his eye surgery Rlverrlew. first period Mayo tied
of Stark*, of the CUBB Economic Va. effective at the annual meeting November. Their son being a Brown were bridesmaids punch table was Miss Belinda It 19-19 at tile half.
Ben In Alexandria
Agency; Inc., the Home and Mrs. Raymond of the church on Jan 19, following State Trooper had work those dressed In floor length gowns Tester Miss Denise Taylor STATISTICS The girls! played evenly In
the 11 ajn.Worship Service. he of velvet with match- and Miss Sheila Spisak. Mrs.
Life Department.Chairman will the with Christmas holidays, as green the third period with each team
Stereos spent holidays Score
connected with the Orlando headpiece.! Miss Stacy Stuckl Karen Herndon kept the bride'sbook quarters:
be Mrs. David Peters with team their son and family Mr. and Is Ing KU-10141822.64 scoring eight points, thus
num .r three of members MooR Mrs. Milton Starnes and granddaughter MELROSE WOMAN'S CLUB division of Highway Patrolmen. niece of the bride, was M 14 1713 9 53 throwing the decision Into the
hostesses.COMMUNITY InPensacola, The monthly luncheon: and Ed and Lilly Roberta had the flower girl and ring bearer fourth period.
Amber and business meetings of the club good fortune to talk via phone was Jarrett. Stuckl nephew of The couple will be at homeat KH Opening. tie final quarter at
Mr. Mrs.
of Burner
CHORUS Housegueata were held Wednesday.: Jan. 5, with their relatives a son toCalifornia the bride. 331 Laurina North Apartments 9523. Perry. 27-27, KH outscored Mayo 10-
and Mrs 9-4-22
Starnes are Mr. at 12 noon, as announced by the I&aras anda Best Ray Williams Jacksonville. Burke 102. Bran-
Community Chorus rehearsals The Da- one In man was 7 to win. It was the closest
Wise Va.
Davis of Turknett
will resume on Monday ,returned froma president, Mrs. AlbertBachman. couple of others. It required of Gainesville and ushers were Out of town guests Included non 6-0-12.. game the Indian girls have had
vises have Just Hostesses for the luncheon Christmas William Wahl m and Daniel friend. and relatives from Grayson 1-1-3, Henderson 1-
Jan. 10. 7:30 p.m. at the Wo- tour of Hawaii and California two days to say Merry since being beaten by Cross
man's \,;lub. and have visited their were Mrs.J.M.Hutchlnson, by l long distance. Stinson of Keystone Heights. Keystone Heights and Gaines 0-2. Totals 291064. City In early season play.
Practice will begin on music In Jacksonville and Mrs. Florence Janes. Mrs.Es- Mrs. Olive Stevens and her Presiding at the bride's ta- ville. Both teams had 14 field goals,
daughters and Mrs. M.C. --- ------ M Stoyall 1-0-2, Hardoge
from Broadway. shows. Interested telle Miner sister Mrs. Mabel Husbands.visited but KH outshot Mayo 10-7 at
singers are urged and Valdosta Holiday guests of Mr. and King. ; over the Christmas holidays Two Serving Sentences For Illegal Hunting 0-4 4-1-9.Donn Sheally 13733.2-1-5 totals Grove 22-2- the charity; line.
and ,
welcomed to participate. For Mrs. J.W. Slmeral were Lt. with their brother This Friday the KH girls
further\ Information call 473- Cmdr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- FAITH PRESBYTERIANThe family the C.D. Laldlaws In W.C. Loper of Starke and! possession c C gun Inclosed 9-53. travel to Bell.
Church .
3395. Women of the Jacksonville.Mrs. Leman Clem Williamson are season in a wildlife manage-
Clintock. They also entertained William will hold their first Circle Marie Crosby a longtime serving 90-day sentences In ment area; and hunting out of STATISTICS
Mr. and Mrs, Meeting of the new ;year on and Ma- JUNIOR VARSITY GAME
GARDEN CLUB Gladys friend of Olive Clay County Jail on three separate local season.
The Garden Club of the Lakes Carter Turner of Hampton.of Putnam Mrs.Hall Miss- January 13 at 9:30 sun. In the bell and a former next door charges' relating to illegal The wildlife offices: emphasized Keystone's Junior nraltycager'i Score by quarters:
held their Christmas home of a member. neighbor at their Lake Geneva hunting. that hunters should le ran 54-14 over Mara
December :30 wB! members Party on Carolyn Mrs.Turner Doris of Taylor Jacksonville of- The Craft Classes of Miss Shore homes, was visiting her 'ine men were sentenced to aware of the seasons for huntIng natha's JV cagers In the pre KH 7 12 8 10 37
Jane Driscoll will resume Christmas with her late .husband's 30 days on each charge by Justice In wildlife management areas llmlnary game. Mayo 13 8 7-34
and three guests at the home Mandarin and Mr. and Mn. meeting at 2 pun. on January 13 sister and brother-in- of the Peace Vickie Wei-! and the laws as they applyto Mark Mordento led the KH "
u of> Mrs. Florence -Harris. Co- Tommy Mllllcan of Keystone In Faith Presbyterian Annex JV with 9 points, Lester Ketch
law. the L.N. PIcketts In Way- ..lID Mlddleburg on December various game In the area. KH- Bannister 1-1-3. Homer
hostesses were Mrs. Kenneth Heights. Hall, and continue: : every' Tliurf- cross, Ga Marie came on down They pointed out that "this Is 2-2-6 Cardenas 0-2-2, Jordan
Cooper and Mrs. Raymond and The Slmerals cake also had for a party Miss; day afternoon. The school folk to Jacksonville: and met Olive 22.Loper and Williamson were the way we aid In conservingthe The chairman\ of General 1-1-3. Bleasdale 5-0-10 Brokas

Medina birthday Park-of-the- will meet after. school hours and Mabel and came home to apprehended by wildlife officers game and provide for hlUlt- Motors says that when he re." 5313. Totals 14-9-37.
the short business Martha Schick of
During at the, same place. At this K.elatone'witb them for the Mack Cook and Jim Hubneron tars In the proper season." tires he will become a college
Palms. Miss Allmendlnger enJoyed -
meeting,, Mrs. Mary first meeting members will New Year holiday. Marie left October 10 In the Camp They also declared that wildlife professor. Several college pro-' MayoSessions 5-0-10, A.
the event with them.
accepted as a new mem- discuss what they would like to for bernewhomelaKlsslmmee. Buutdlnr, Wildlife Management officers are constantly on /eesors have expressed: heir Osteen 3-0-6. Folson 1.3.51 S.
ber. An Arbor Day, program work on.'Alachua. Mrs. Harriet Flowers assistant Area' and charged with taking the alert for hunting regulation willingness la spend their golden Osteen 2-1-5 Lynch 3-1-7, Lee
to be held on Mrs.January Kelly 21 Gree-was Services Held County Cam Crystal to Miss Jane lInisooll of or attempting to take, deer at violations In these protected years at chairman of General 0-1-1. Totals 14-6-34.
discussed. School pupils will resume Held and her nfdlt by aid of and light areas. Motor
Lake gun ;
lOll II glut For Wm. Spitze trip Classes wrung January nephew Crystal, Jim Elmer Camp,spent the .-. .-.... .-... ---- ----- .-- ... --- --- --- --- .-.. -...... .-.. --- --- .-... .-.....
After a exchange, refreshments 4, under JLrTon of Miss Jane with their
Mrs. Christmas holidays
were served.
Of Ills. Driscoll.
Keystone Flowers
respective relatives. Mrs. -
R. P. Vogh showed picturesand
visited Mr. and Mrs.
gave an Interesting highlight ST. ANNE EPISCOPALThe
William Spitze. 78, of Keystone James Elmer and Mr. Elmer
of her recent trip: to the Guild of Church Women
Orient Heights,died Friday,Dec. with l his folks the Wilbur El ... "
will meet at 1 on January
31 atdds home ,after a sudden p.m. mers of Bridgeton, N J.Rev. .
"? .
.U meet In a home.fejut&tatMSMiServe f'lfi.in.4 ,.
h "
The next meeting will be held Illness.:.Bom In New York on refreshment and Mrs. Milton Scripture I'.t 1 Bt ..
.I '
'' '
''tat the Lake Jay Ellis on January home on 27.Para-It pe retired emberl CIVBceemployee Ieh. was at, *.Is At not this known.!,, writing' the guild location '. with spent their the daughter Christmas and weekend family : :>MII .ID" '" %'

Smiths at .
will feature a tour......of Camellia a member''of the Lutheran of St. Anne's Women of tht the Rev. Frank Scrlptun \ '
Lane. Church a veteran of World War M1 meola. Fla. Rev. QMlI..OSI'fLA.
Church have one
I, and a member of the Masonic was guest preacher at the 00
I COMMUNITY CHURCHThe Order. He had lived In project; the Nearly New Shop. evening worship service at the
Mrs Hazel Howell Chairman.
General Meeting of the Keystone Heights for the past First Baptist Church In Key 01 STATE ROAD 21 '

Church Women was held on 17 years.Surviving. The Melrose Club Is a mem- stone.
January 3 at the Educational ber of the Alachua County Extension : The Scripture home was the
Building. Myron C. Prevail, Is his wife, Jennie' Dept. and DTOfects being center of holiday. visitors from PHONE 475-1751
I Jr. spoke on Wills and the Spitze.! of Keystone; one daughter sponsored by the Extension several northern places Including -

Making of Wills. Mr.. Vera Jea Schlessln-, office are as follows January Rev. BUI SundaofMe8lI1h1a.TllIII.o .
The Circles of the Church ger, Long Island N. Y.j. two 10.11 12,14 & 17 an uphosteryWorkshop a student under Rev.
will meet on January 17. eons, Warren of Keystone for home Improvement and Mrs.Scripture when attending Now Serving. .
A Family Night Dinner will Heights, and William Spitze. will be held at the Extension : Toccoa, Falls Ga. Bible .
be held at 6:30: p.m. on January Long Island, N. Y.t; two Homemakers Clubhouse In College.

26. Details will be announced tore Long, Island Mrs. and Helen Elsie Wurtmann. Gainesville on the above dates Other house. guests were Mr.

later. Pompano Beach; ; and slxgrandchlldren. Tujague.- from 9 a.m. to :2 p.m. Two and Mrs. MUf red Perkins who Melrose Keystone & Starke Area :

HERE N' THERE members from each of the country are stationed at Pensaeola Naval ,
clubs may attend and upholster -
Mr. Perkins a
Holiday guests of Mr. and Funeral services were. held one small article suchas : Base.
the Scriptures.
Mrs. Fred wiles of Clover In Jones will fit In a car. Members grandson
at 11 a. m. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Donald Scripture -
Lane were Mr. and Mrs. C. are required to provide themselves -
Memorial Chapel Keystone
and son Douglas of 'fAtlY
W. Hardy of New Port Rlchey. Heights, with Rev. Lacy Con- with their own tools. Margaret \\'IJOO0
Mich., and Mrs. -
Mr. and Mrs William DeNeaneand way officiating. Interment was The news letter to all County; ,Schmidt and Mrs. Alice : .,..

yandSCoonnieDoyleleof In the Keystone Heights Cemetery Club members from Elizabeth AMERICANa
Zoman of Pontiac Mich were
Md., and with Masonic rites at Ahrano County Agent extended -
Washington. D.C.The Doyles the graveside. DeWitt C. Jones best wishes for a Happy also house guests during the
are Mrs.wiles'' niece and nepIIew Funeral Home was In chargeof New Year. The bulletin con holiday.. Donald Scripture, Is a

arrangements. tained many helpful, aides for nephew. r
The Community Chorus pre- the homemakers. '
Mrs. Grover Benham a --1

. SENIOR CITIZENSThe called to Chicago" DJ, due to an "
Senior Citizens Club of accident sumrea by her Infant
Bradford County; of which several granddaughter l %
Keystone are members from the e' t

Keystone area, are anticipating Mrs. Lewis Lebert returned
!'I a very Interesting and Instructive last Sunday from a ten-day visit SPECIAL ORDER
State Bank meeting as well .. for .the holidays with the late I : '
: Installation of officers for 1972. Mr. Leberfs nephew and fam-Labents. DISCOUNT CENTER

MEMBER F.D.I.C. President Joe Kerrigan will ily the Richard and ". .
; bring the highlight of the two daughters of Savannah. Co, 1:4
.. White House Convention of last Mrs. Richard Lebertand daughters -
November which he attended as drove down for Anne and .. ,.
.i Our Full-Service Means: .an Invited delegate by President spent overnight and ..returned : ":\ .'IN.oHr

. Nixon. As the Committee January 2, spending overnightwith /
. under Arthur Flemmlng for- Mrs. Anne Lebery. .G --
: DRIVE-IN banking. mer HEW Commissioner and

Wheel up to the window his committees sift sort and GREENFIELD
i k for transactions. document the reports of the the Old 17il&? REMBRANDt
''. 3,400 delegate conference; they
r + FAST LOAN service for will be presented for action
of Congress.The .
mortgage car and per Club meets at I p.m. on

sonal loans. January 11 In Pratt St. Recreation Z
: :
. Hall In Starke. Visitors a T (( Y
BANK BY MAIL makes and prospective members 3 BEDROOM $
: 1 are cordially Invited and become -
: :::::] it easy. Just a quick step a pert of the very Important 245

.. ; to the post box.CHECKING work of the Dept. of

w 2r SERVICE Aging In Washington. D.C. Also Low As

one may enjoy fun and "Engineers are trying to _..
: I\ ., that makes it easy to pay fellowship with others of their build a car that will etop
bills keep a record. own peers
I smoking-I'd like to find one

" j.;1J; SAFEDEPOSIT, vaults FELLOWSHIP CLUB that will stop drinking."

valuables and 1972 will start with 'a covered -
, dish dinner of the members e
documents are secure. and friends on January
r 13 at 12:30: In the Lion's Club S.E. MCKAY -1[
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS building. Newly Installed President -
?' and Savings Certificates Lester Sheets will preside REALTOR
I: at the business meeting Bl
: r-n that pay highest permissible which follows luncheon. The Keystone Hts. 473-4815 M Jl ff

: interest rates. yearly dues are payable of; $1. i
to secretary, Mrs. Feme Hanson HOMES ACREAGES ,NC. ;
Try Vt Out At the luncheon meeting RENTALS '
members must provide their 1
covered dish, whether It be a 1 0

vegetable, dessert meat,with Mf.. ...Ib. Il(... 473-4740:
YOUR FRIENDLY BANK IN YOUR a serving utensil for same: also L.=.1#.I. ch..1nIiP..4ll:48'f'

I FRIENDLY COMMUNITY your such own as beverage silverware and. and utensils J I'.ich.r Cn 47>40i. Melrose, Flo. On State Road 21 Phone 475-1751

I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLA. dishes. By everyone,providing
for their service, the work .

'. lanuarv 6. 1972 T..I...-.-.s n'-

< '

- -


'''' ,.. "./,." .. _." '<' .,...... '.. ... .... .. _" .:.,...... ,.."..". .""' "..... .."". ..." ,.." \"' ""." ...... ..., ,__' '',,..""". ....,, ,:.. .. .. .c..,,, ....".,.. .," : ,..... ," = : .=, :..,.., ....... .. .. ...." ., .,. .....- ..-. ...


2.5 Million Vets, SurvivorsTo

Get Bigger Checks In Feb.Five .

e a
to ten percent Increases Without the legislation 1.150-
authorized! for 2.5 million 000 pensioners would have had
veterans and survivors by two their VA pensions reduced and
bills signed December 15 will more than 18,000 on VA roll I
be reflected In February checks would have lost their pensions CLASSIFIED: AD RATESMlnlanm FOR SALE- Bedroom Horn*,
Odell W. Vaughn Director VA EDWARDS FARM SUPPLY land. Have well
FOR 1/2
entirely SALE 200 Acre on 2 acres
FOR SALE-! Farm.
Regional Office,St. Petersburg Under PL 92-198 the Admin! Chare .... ..1.7 Complete line of Purina Feeds You Hue TrIed : 21 inch: RCA Black 80 A. cleared, bal. in Umber, stocked fish Jo n&' Pecan and| I
reported this week. istrator explained current pay fivers IS _....) Cattle horse hog, dog and Tim Rest-NoW and White Phone TV with or without dwellings barns tobacco allotment fruit trees. 12,500 $7200
The I Increases are effective cat. Wilson Toomer Fertilizer. antenna. 984-5724.2tchg. 60.63.
ment and income limitation tables paved road; Terms) down. Monthly payment
January 1, but will not show are eliminated.' They are Back word net IS-7e Cattle horse, hog.dog wormingmedicines Try The Best Ve A.J. Thomas Realtor Tel.964- Call Bill Powell Real Estate
up In checks until early Feb- replaced by an innovative form No Extra Charge If not all kinds. Costal 5701. Broker. 964-6464. tfchg.
ruary. The Increases will cost ula approach which provides .Mid IB advance Bermuda Hay. Ph. 964-8775
an estimated $195 million the better allocation of pension benefits tfchg JACK SOUTHAHD! LEW'S
first year. according to relative need, CLASSIFIED DISPLAY SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned, O.C. Carnes Nursery
Commenting on the two new and also avoids disproportionate ,... Per Inch ROOFING WELDING SHOP oiled and adjusted In. yqur.; of Plants
laws at a recent press conference reductions of VA Pensions FOR RENT12 wide, 2 bed- home $5.00. Veeumn cleaner Thousands
Administrator of Veterans > when! outside Income Increases Memorials. RoooIalioMProclamation room trailer outside city lim Whispering\ PlnM W,. repairs also. All work guaranteed. Fruit Trees Shade Trees,
Affairs Donald E.Johnson *, eto -7. word its. J.B. White, 964-6114, If CONTRACTOR (Cel US 301 & Plum Dennis E. Cogglns Phone Evergreens Camellias,
declared: "I cannot beginto no answer call 964-8799: 64.8283 431-1428 IteM Azaleas Roses
tell you how very pleasedthe The other new law, PL 92- CARDS OF THANKS Phone 473-3485 Plant AnyWaeLANDSCAPiNO
President and all of us 197 provides a 10 percent Increase I* word or lees ..... GARBAGE PICK up: Starting UTILITY TRAILERS Moot In cans

are with this new legislation for 186,000 widows of Each ward ever (..7e Feb. 5, 1972 once a week outside Keystone HeightsAnd CUSTOM BUILT
This Is chiefly because those veterans who died of service the city limits of Starke. GAS AND BLECl'RICWELDING II MI. S.E. ef ltar'., Hwy.: 101
who benefit are mostly older, Flerabome1551145
connected causes Called Dependency
Anyone interested, call 964- Surrounding Areas. BRAZING
low Income veterans who are and Indemnity Com FUNTUREQuality \
totally disabled, and widows (DIC) such 5261 or 964-8876. Itp SHEET METAL
pensation payment CHILD CARE In my home any All Work Guaranteed "
and children who' most need are also made under some cir- hour day or night. 1 child', FOR RENT- BR trailer completely .TRAILER HITCHES Home Furnishings. Tho Gluts Shop
this financial suonort. cumstances children and par- behind Pine- INSTALLED .
said Administrator $10 week. Inquire furnished. $75 per mo. f, Custom Draper
Vaughn rents of veterans. hurst Grocery 2nd trailer on Phone 5 .
964-8816 after P.m.
Johnson noted that PL 92-198 DANNY'SPHOTOGRAPHY Carpeting Glass
About 53,000 children will right. Mrs. Thompson. lip
lip .
provides 6.5 percent cost of receive five percent and 66,000 Interiors by Victor
living Increases to 2.2 million parents 6.5 percent Increases WANTED: Waitress cook and WEDDINGS WANTEDi: Acreage, large or ,1800 Park An. Orange Par- For ,
veterans, widows and children under the law which will cost dishwasher. Apply in person. PORTRAITS small. Buyers waiting. Strout 2C4-U31. If
who draw VA benefits basedon an estimated $67.8 million the Longhorn Restaurant. 4tchg COMMERCIAL Realty, Inc. 2117 N. Temple AH CARS and TRUCES
the death or disability of first year. 1/27 114 N. Walnut D\ Ave. 944-6609 or 9648238. Installed WhiIe-17-Walt
veterans for non-service con- Starke 964-8168 8. tfchg. WffiRSTATE MOBILE\ Hew! Custom Vinyl; Auto Tops
nected causes. First year cost Vaughn, stressed that no application &:&&f&ss&fmtmx:: :: & moving i -to:.Fit Call V64-S604.
of the Increases Is estimatedat 1017 N. Main GMD
for the Increases will Come In And I SAVE tfch*
$127.2 million. be necessary. They will be Included ALL TYPES These Long Distance
"By signing this legislation," automatically on Feb- Register For UPHOLSTERYWORK
the VA Administrator pointedout ruary checks. Phone Cells LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf
"the President has prevented For further Information con- CABINET IWEaTERNSAtE w. new handle air line & Country Club, ready forbuilding Taking applications rot
hardships. The hardships tact the nearest VA office or FREEPRIZES Expert Reproduction* tickets,. cruises, end tours -on or for investment.
would have arisen January your local Veterans Service Lots area approximately 1/2 FHA-235
1 when Social Security Increases Organization representative. C. g. JACKSON W. offer a special package acre and larger. Paved roads
become effective. 1318 toy==tadlson Static. lour of New only 3 minutes from town. New' Brick 3 and .4

...................... Disney World Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5.p.m.tfchg Bedroom Homes

Given Away 2nd Call 904-7449 Can for Details

: : I Monday Of Each Month. TOWN FINANCE CO. Low'"Moderate Down Payment.nd ;
'I No Purchase. Necessary.! P.O. Box M* M. T moU Payments;

Mary .
S ler BrownsVolleswaen Sales and Service 101 Soalh. Slwto&

J AVENUE IN STARKE. : i Paints 0 ,M a u PFAFF ELNA n-

New '

crete block house near shopping
$49:50 up center. Low down pay

| PHONE 964-6081 We General Farm Mew A OsHSales Part & Repairs on ford ment,,Mitchell easy terms.phone 964-6760 Call Bu-

all other Make Ma P.O. Box 238, Starke. tfchg.
& Western Store 8enINWI

Repair CENTER 641 ft. on Hwy.?; $8,500.00 Cash
Call Bill Powell, Broker. 964-
611 W. Univ. Ave.
: RENT KINGSLEY LAKE 6464 or 964-6810
ORIE A. WIGGINS : "THE PLAYHOUSE" modern two bedroom duplex a-, Gainesville, Florida

O TYPEWRITERS 1025 W. MADISON ST. partment", furnished and air 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired 378.1355 BUILDING LOTS on SR. 16.
conditioned. Call Merritt Williams. and cleaned at Dahmersj Discount Building Lola on Sn.230.Build-

................... ... CHILDREN ALL ACES tfchg.. 964-5391 or 954-7788. fast service tfchg $200.00 DOWN, new brick and Ing Powell Lots, Broker on SR. 100.964-6464 Call Bill or

omen nvrrumBradford JOY ROWE block homes. Payments as low 964-6810.-
WE REPAIR and sell Marl as $70.00
a month. You may
** TTPZNllrTtll. PHONE 964-8465.. ,, every needle maoe for any qualify If you earn between -

ADD iiO uACII/1htIM: FOR SAL i 2 repossessed mobile brand stereo regardless of.... $70 and $140.00 a week.' Call WATER I FRONT LOTS' w
FORSAIAENECARBOAT homes. A deal of a lift Also the 10rw'records at Crown Builders 964-8337. FOR SALE .
time. 'Olln's Mobile Homes $1 off regular price at Dah- On Crosby Lake and Crosby
Count] FOR SALE !Soles! 100 West Stark tfchg. mer' Discount. tfchg Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
wide 8 feet deep) Located on
> 2 Bedroom Nice Cement NEWLY REMODELED Homo tfchg.tficoit State :Road 100 3 miles West
T.IIligraphjacksonvilk For Sate 3 bedrooms 2 all of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaca-
Block home Fire place .-. ---, tion cottage, mobile home or
RUNS ON WATER AND LAND j ..r .n new large baths, 14 x 12 lIv1na'room.
Enclosed Garage. Near .: urge den new built- Investment.
3 OMr in kitchen cabinets. Large 125x ;Prices start at$1,295.00, $200
3- Lawtey on 301. :Le OWE tNC 200 lot with trees, high and down and $35.CO month for 36.nraitis
ONLY 5,111 MILES 2 bedroom frame house, very dry Rd. 100 .East. 3 miles. t (8 1/2 % simple interest -
3 neat. Some furniture Included Very convenient terms. Call mild to your >.
)' NEW PRICE $3,800 Business on 2.7 acres of land. Several 964-7701 S to 5 Monday thru individual hearingregwiremewtr : Call 964-7701 8 aan.'to 9pun.weekdays
nice storage buildIn .. Outside Saturday. Tfchg. tf
city lint!ts. FOR SALE- 1966 Ford wagon, at no -
FAST SALE $00 33 CONTACT air conditioned, P.S.,new tires, WATSON'S additional toil.
new paint Job. $750 cash Pb.
DirectoryAuto 964-5261. Up J HWffll;Of' ACU.UMS'Matult
See C. S. BUSH at 1 p.Used machines from
3- WELL kept carpets show the S99.U0 AIDS REPAIRED
REAL ESTATE $10. Expert Repairs all makes.
results of regular Blue Lus-

Bush Bait And Tackle ShopTHE 3-3- Sales and Service PHONE, 964-7826 tre spot ahampooer cleaning.$L Rent Devrlck electric -, vacuums.Pacts; and Bufll Accessories fIt'Ceatn1.nc'umn tor all- AINESVILLE HEARINGAID HOMES

Fairish Motors 421 W. MADISON ST. Inc., Builders Hardware t Supplies cleaning sysiems.'YU N. CO.
GULF STATION 3- Starke Plo It Main Gainesville 376-7110 AVAIUBUFOR
1137 N. W. 23rd Ave.

Giving. S&H Green Stamps BALES SERVICE FOR SALE7 room house 3 '" JNBCTUMCB Milnesville, FlerlJo 32601 YOUR LOTs3,5OQ
VOL'Vn big lots, have hot running water Mf! BKU0CJ59 KATES
Friday and Saturday on Fishing Supplies. PARTS < bath, kitchen. Furnishedor Atria, .... BOAT Phone 37e-0095

R. E. JONES unfurnished. Phone 431-1010. DOTLB.B. OONMJUt

* * * **** Always. G* *'V.ed Cars Call after 1/13 5 pjn. lNWLL"m AGENCY... .
ttl 2tchg .

,................... LAND CLEARING FOR SALEOne BR 1101.1'".'. Gulf ServiceUsed
ELECTRIC MOTORS Reduce safe and fast with Go- 1600 SO FT5uvula
lot. Contact
Move on your own
Acres & Lots Water Base Tablets E-Vap"water
PEAVY Brothers Holes Pushed, Land- Fla. Leroy lip 1/6 Rhoden, Hampton, pills"/8. Andrews Pharmacy. 4tp. THE FINEST SELECTION OF OF

i $50 REWARD i scaping. AREA
Electric Co., FOR SALEChoice building WANTED TO PURCHASE 1st USED CARSIn
lots in South Gate.Terms mightbe
Electric Motors PHONE arranged. Phone 964-7872 or 2nd Mortgages for cash this whole area
Call John Bradley 964-5010. CALLSLADE
Sold Serviced Repaired 964-7205 after 5 pjn. lip 4 tchg. 1/8- 24 Hr. Wrecker Service
'Oeneritors Staters. Armature
Rewinding4M4 ..' WANTED- or 2 acres between USED PARTS
Lenox Jax. 387-2328: SPINET PIANO- Must transfer Starke and Keystone WANTEDunder 20 acres land Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
RI FOR INFORMATION' next two weeks. Will consider Suitable for garden and house In Bradford County --Write
LEADING TO ARREST SS responsible local person only trailer. Call 4733182. 4t>> Frank S. Stefllk Jr., Rt. 1. 468-1993 HOME
PIANOS to make$19.33 payments.Write 1/27 Box 6-A, Bunnell Fla. 32010..
AND CONVICTION before we send truck.Joplin 8t.-- 2/24
YAMAHA PIANOS Piano, Box 103, Panama City, SECRETARYSome bookkeeping FAST RV REPAIR black & SERVICES
0 0 CONN ORGANSKIMBALl and KIMBALL Fla. 32401. lip Pine experience Air' Farms: helpful.Inc.,Apply P.O. black FOR SALE- 12 Square 235 Ib. white or color. Free pick-up in
shingles Studer's
Ilutler Variety city limits. --DAHMER's Dis
Box 448 Lake Fla
WANTED: Bookkeeper. Must ; Store 6 miles South of count. 4tchg 1/13
Of Anyone Found Removing or Destroying Any have complete knowledge of Phone 496-6501. IteM Stark on 301. 4681147. For Information

Item of Value In Crosby Lake Cemetery, Including double entry accounting. Sub- HELP WANTED Itchg HOOF TRIMMING: Correctiveor Cafl J JaveuonrlO
Flowers, Shrubbery, Permanent Floral mit resume to Box 253 Starke. MANAGEMENT: TRAINEE normal. Ed Follls.964-8635. &
0 Arrangements, Htaditonet, Fences, Etc. tf/chg Young man Interested In man- GROUND SNAPPED corn for Phone after 6 p.m. 4tj Collect
'sale $58.00 ton. J. R. Wainwright 1/13
0 WANTED: 3 to 11 p.m. Desk agement career. Apply In person ", phone 964-7835 Starkt,
Clerk. Reliable woman, needs Farmers Mutual Exchange Fla. 2tchg, 1/13
Please Give Information. To Any Deputy Sheriff 5 to apply In person at Holiday Storks Fla. 8 to 5:30.: 2tchg
Inn of Starke. 1/13 PUMPSNEW FOR RENT: Trailer lot, on
or Any Member of the Crosby Lake Cemetery Assn. "SWINdER"
HAY FOR sale. Excellent qua F.P.L. Call after 5:00 p.m.
S ORGANS FOR SALE- Cable-Nellon SPInet FOR SALE- Beautiful German lib' J. R. Walnwrtght, phone AND USED 9648238. itch.JIMMY .
Beesevell Md1J81uI1FURNITURE Piano, very good condition Shepherd puppies. 923 each. 91/8143.7835. Stark., Fla. 2tchg
Champion blood line) on both
o PLEASE REFRAIN : ; Including: damper. 9400. sides. Contact Elisabeth Mann SALES .
Phone 864-6771 lip 2 miles E. Lake Butler on PARTS MOORE'SSUN

Itp A Bola! in Deep And Shallow Wells
pa telephone survey
In Any Area Of The Cemetery; Except The work. Give phone number.Must FOR RENTSmall, furnished Or A ,Water Softeners and MOORE BOAT FOR
Furniture Discwunttlvlnc have private line. Not a selling FiltersPlumbing YOUR MONEY
Low Area In Rear Of Pump House.< 4 Job. Air mall letter Including house, desirable location. SuIt- v WHOLE
able for Individual .
or couple.Phone
Starke Ph. '''-1791
work and '
81 education experience Supplies
.R<_ 964-6560 after 3 p.m.
sM1Dlnb NEW
names of references to: American ;
M. A. Payne tfchg
: ,I .(, Room 1'1 Research Bureau Field i EXPERT SERVICE ON Complete Outboard A
: CROSBY LAKE! CEMETERYASSOCIATION ledrevm. Operations, 4320 Ammendale FOR SALEGood Pensacola .J ROOFJ ALL MAKES Stem Drip Service and

INC. Road, Beltsvllle. Md.. 20709. Hay at reasonable price.Telsv. PHONE 964-7061 Repair.' Complete Fiberglass
1/20 & J Co.
alp Roofing
S \\110 PRICtiSI phone K-m. Itchg Repair. Custom

s FOR RENT- Trailer real nice. Phone 9648778Riway : DURRANCE built Fiberglass Fishing
Caasa& I Block from I-lf WE DON'T HAVE FT
! '.....e.... .... 90...0 I_....wt..... ..... .t-mi 5690.Crlffls Itp.Loop. 964-8243 or 964- well get It for you. Office) 301 South PUMP A SUPPLY CO. Boatt
Supplies Furniture Equip,

I Page 16 Telegraph ,January 6,1972 mad

"r' .
: i