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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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VOL. 93 STARKE, FLORIDA lSc. ;{ For AgricultureVoioing

NO. 27 Thursday, February 3 ,1972 Copy

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a determination

Beer n ti } to stay In the

game and fight against First Annual

t' .ay r what he calls
Issue ; .
diminishing respectand


Looms farmers.understandingfor Commis-Agriculture Miss BradfordJ


"rb sioner Doyle Conner (

In VoteBrooker : : says he Is not look-

Ing forward to the Contest SetFebruary .

60-day legislative

polls Tuesday voters, Feb.will go 8, to in the an 1E' session which opened

atmosphere of controversy con- Tuesday.
cerning a town ordinance restricting ; 19Song
the sale of alcoholic : 1 J The Florida Legislature
beverages near the school, Conner says, must considerthe
churches, and playground. p8gtli. Interests of the five per
i. cent of the population who
Roy Carroll, a Brooker mer- grow
chant who Is opposing incum- America's food and fibre,along
bent Shirley N. Green for the with the 95 per cent who do dance, monologue pan-
tomlne, and Instrumental talent
office of Mayor, is suing the not, If the U. S. Is to main-
exhibitions be
will staged beforethe
city; for refusing to issue horn tain its present high standards
audience at the First Annual
a license to sell beer at his -p.-p.r'.vs .. of farm production Miss Bradford Scholarship Pageant 'v.
present location, the former n The Bradford native who set February 19 in the
Hayes store. A hearing was nr, grew up on a local farm and BUS auditorium.
held In the matter on January (-- UI rose to become the county's; 9 t
14 before Circuit Judge GeorgeL. ) only national FFA president The program will begin at wD
Patten, but a ruling has o became speaker of the Florida 8 p.m. Climax of the eveningwill
not yet been announced.The House at 28, said his Job as be when Judges reach their
city; ordinance prohibits commissioner of agriculture In final decision and name the
the sale of any\ alcoholic beverage -. Florida has become Increasingly young lady who will be crownedthe :
within 2,000 feet of a more difficult In.the 10years first Miss Bradford Coun
school church, or playground.All l4. he has .held the office If he ty.Six
offices on the February 8 : -1i'i': was a quitting man, Conner area beauties have now j
:
ballot are contested. Incumbent I said, now is the time he'd entered the contest.
Clerk Tommy E. Cox Is op- get out. Latest contestants to enter
posed by Mrs. Joyce Stokes, But It was Conner's life- the pageant are Miss Sanelle
and five candidates are vying long ambition to become commissioner Raye Sands Macclenny. and .
for the two places to be filledon of agriculture and he Miss Janelle Lynn Coleman,
the City; Council They are: said, speaking to the annual Jacksonville.
E. W. Hodges and George O. Chamber of Commerce banquet Miss Sands, 18, was first run
Pierce (incumbents>); Henry j r Monday night at the Starke Golf ner up In the 1971 Bradford
Harrell, C. J. Stalnaker, andR. Ir and Country Club, that he will County Strawberry Queen Pageant -
F. Fonseca. stay and fight for agriculture. and presently holds the Roy Sand
Carroll, who is seeking a Is "the title of Miss Lake City; Community
permit for sale of beer fct Agriculture very'backbone ; College. She Is the
off-premises consumption oriitnally -' ''' ,-. *- ntr of wr.economy.here of.Mr. *Mrs 'Holland : Oie"c'urrent"tflgn
< daughter -an is1 Sprlngs
t attacked theeralaancd"' Community' award'. winn.rar'eomed' at'the' Chamber ef humanitarian, award, and' Ann Godwin( community In Bradford have made County Many of Sands of Macclenny: and a Tobacco Queen. _
on ground that, the distance Commerce night (l-r) Joe service award. you careers in agriculture of Baker
banquet Monday ; are Jimmy and I still think It'sa graduate County High The pageant Is sponsored by
requirement was unreasonable. Andrews!,,. outstanding young odult;>.Mr .NaomiNelson,, very honorable field," Con- 0 the Junior Woman's Club of
He later amended his petitionto
attack of ner told his hometown folks. Miss Coleman, 23, Is a previous Starke. It is affiliated with the
also the validity; Miss Greater .Jacksonville !Miss Florida and Miss America
the ordinance on grounds that But many members of Florida's -
Pageants. Winner of the
Fair and Miss North Flo-
it was not property; advertisedfor urban dominated Legislature :Miss Bradford Pageant will
rida Junior College. She is
under estimate the
hearing. problems -
3 Citizens of the farmer, the the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.K .
In its answer, the city pointed com-
Outstanding H. Coleman of Jacksonville
to the absence of police missioner stated. There are no
protection In Brooker becauseof members of the Florida Senate and a graduate of Terry Parker -
High School, and has attended
higher standards of qualifications earning a complete living from
North Florida Junior
for police officers set agriculture, he pointed out, and
up by the 1971 Legislature. So Just one such person in the College. I
far the town has not been unable Honored ChamberThree House Previous entries In the pageant '
to employ a police officer By Therefore, it Is difficult to are: _Q
who met the qualifications convince most legislators of -Miss Farl Ball Snider, 19,
and fear was expressedthat problems of rural areas. Urban Lake City. w
the sale of beer could legislators are quick to -Miss Patricia Powell, 20,
lead to serious problems say "We represent people," Orange Park, sponsored by n
"from seasonal workers and Bradford Countlana- cognition as the Outstanding vernment representative, and event, and advanced to the AAU Conner said. They downgrade Charles Powell, Jacksonville
other outsiders that drift Neoma S. Nelson, Ann Godwin, Junior Women's Club In Flo- served on the Student CounJunior Olympics: District, Re- agriculture and think farmers contractor.
through the town." and Jimmy Andrews- receivedthe rida. cll," Myers said. "As an athglon, and U. S, Region Finals inefficient he added. -Miss Mary Ann Barton, 19,
In the event that Judge Patten coveted annual awards for "She has been active in sev- lete he has made the All ConIn both his sophomore and Jun- Jacksonville, sponsored by
rules that the ordinance is Invalid outstanding service to the com- eral charities, particularly the ference Team In the hurdle lor years." (S.. Page 8)) Koch Drug Store, Starke. :Miss
anew ordinance would munity in 1971 at the annual March of Dimes, serving as Barton is a former Bradford
have to be adopted by the City, Chamber of Commerce dinner Mothers' March Chairman: for Strawberry Queen.
but In the interim, Carroll could Monday night. several years," Myers said. -Miss Cynthia Joyce West w
apply for a license. If Issued, The Humanitarian award wentto "She has also served on the moreland, 18, High Springs,
then he could continue to operate Mrs..Nelson, who spearheaded Gateway Girl Scout Council sponsored by the High Springs \
under it, as the new ordinance a fund-raising effort that and has been a member of Jaycees. Miss Westmoreland .
would not be retroact made possible a kidney trans- the Starke Recreation Board
ive. plant operation for Mrs. Lu- for the past five years, recently Janell Coleman
cile Lovell of Starke; Mrs. being appointed to another -
Godwin received the Community five-year term. Throughthe 3 B
; Service award for her civic years she has displayed & E'sReported compete: in the Miss Florida
activities; and young Andrewswas through performance on a sus- Pageant. Each: contestant will
tapped for honors as the tained basis her devotion and receive a $200 scholarship, the
Outstanding Young Adult.In dedication to serve all the people first runner up a $100 scholar-
of Starke and Bradford ship, and the second runnerup
presenting the awards, "
County.; a $50 scholarship.
A John :Myers executive vice pre- Andrews Thornton's Salvage Yard was:: Special entertainment at the
: Award-winning was
sident of the chamber who
: ,
described as a senior high broken Into over the weekendand pageant will be presented by
J school student whose "all a-
chr CTnmitcirirr( ies, described Mrs. Nelson as round participation In athle- Bradford Sheriffs Departnu it O'Neal.
a young woman who has been
tics, scholarship, government, reported.The .
active in civic affairs and con-
and community: affairs" have W'K breaking and entering is
cerned with the misfortune of
LAST CHANCETo others. brought him recognition. : still undjr to Deputy Investigation Sheriff John according February 12

"Recently Mrs. Lucille Lov- "Maintaining a perfect attendance Dempsey.
See ell, 42-year-old mother of record during his first j Ij j Thornton's Salvage Yard, on Final Date
two children, had a serious three years In high school he i 1 % L'S-301 North: wis robbed ofa
The Smash!? Hit kidney ailment and was faced has made his letter in varsity f-. .I: Lincoln Electric Walder, a To RegisterVoter
with an extremely expensive track has been a Student Go- \ "'Y' set of oxygen; tank for an acetylene

"Y u'r. A Good Man kidney transplant which could \. welder, 50 feet of hose,
have left the family destitute," 2 ir' : and four chrome reverse rim*. registration books will
Charlie Brown" Myers said. "Mrs. Nelson Pleads : It was reported Mimd ty morning close Saturday, Feb. 12, for the
heard of the family's plight to the Bradford: County Presidential Primary: Electionof

Friday, Feb. 4' and became concerned enoughto These six BMS students mad. straight A's the second nine week grading period.In Sheriffs Department Tuesday. :M.irch 14, Mrs.
about it. On Guilty Geneva flynn, Supervisor of
do something Two other breaking and entering ,-
7:00: P.M. her own Initiative and single front ((1.r) are Ricky Johns, Kothy Taylor, and Chuck Register. In back are Joyce took place over the Elections, announced yesterday -
handedly! she organized all of Farabee, Danette Rodriguo, and Teresa DeVore. weekend! as the Red Honey and .
Stork. Elementary the political: civic and fraternal Johnny' L. McCray, also knownas Russ's Pace were robbed of Mrs. Flynn/ said that her office
groups In Starke and Bradford Johnny Stubbs and Johnny money and merchandise. : will be open from 9 to S
School Cafetorium County toward one goal. Gross, pled guilty; to receiv- The Red Honey 835 East on February 12 for the con-
Through her leadership and I- ing stolen property; when arraigned 6 Earn A'sSix Brownlee Street, reported to venience of late registrants.
Admission $1 deas, the people of Bradford before Circuit Judge Straight the City; Police: Department a Kegjlar hours of the office
County raised over $6,000 the George L. Patten last Friday, breaking into their Juke box at are from 8:30: to 5, M(,'nday
Benefit first day of the drive, and as and was sentenced to an Indeterminate 12:37: p.m. Monday The robbery through Friday.
a result of her folow-through term of six monthsto occurred between n a.m. to The books will reopen on
March of Dimes 'In securing: nationwide publi- two years. of 901 Bradford Middle The six stralght-A students eighth grader, daughter of Mr. 11:30: p.m. January 31. The amount :March: 20, five days after the
city, the Lucille Lovell Fund Judge Patten recommendedthat School students made straightA's are: and Mrs. Alcee Rodrigue stolen was' not deter- Presidential Primary.Mrs. .
Courtesy Of attained over $21,000 in con- McCray be sent to Appalachee for the second nine-week Ricky Johns,Starke sixth grader Teresa DeVore, Lawtey mined. Flynn said that regis-
tributions from all parts of Correctional Institute grading period which ended last son of :Mr. and Mrs. Randy eighth grader, daughter of:Mr. Another Band E was reported tration of young voters in the
Oil the United States. What a won- for youthful offenders. week) Guidance Counselor Jac- Johns. and :Mrs J. R, DeVore. to the Police Department 18 to 21 age bracket has been
C Community derful thing for one personto Berkey Sanders, a co-defen- queline dine has reported. Kathy Taylor Starke sixth All the students take basic at 8 a.m. Monday by picking up and the total now
9t' do for another human being dant In the same case, pled grader, a stands 170. Of these 131
1" Bank 100 other students made the daughter of :Mr. and curriculum of math science Russ's Place on East Midi- are
not guilty and trial ,
; date
was A-B honor roll. Tavlor. registered as Den.'crats.-18 as
award set for February 15. Sanders Chuck Register Lake English, social studies, physi son Street.
In presenting the t to Crystal Republicans, and four in other
Acc..*.. Mew dilutee1U Mrs. Godwin, Myers reviewedher also pled not guilty to a chargeof "It is really an outstanding sixth grader, son of Mr. and cal education, and an elective The incident took place about classifications.
T* $20,000 fly honors as "OutstandingClub aggravated assault achievement for a student to Mrs. Lennard Register subJect: in related arts. 9 p.m. Sunday when the front Total Bradford County regis

f...*., De.,lt Woman of the Year" In James Benjamin I Klght pled make all A's. It signifies the Joyce Farabee Starke sev- Three of the six student, door Russ's was broken Place dow.i.; tration as of December 13 was
!lessee.. c.. 1963, and her service as pres- effort these students put forthin enth grader, daughter of Rev. Chuck Register, Joyce Fara- : lost $15 in pen. 6,2t95,935 Democrats, 270
ales
:Mrs. and Mrs. DeWitt Farabee. cigarettes, and $106 from
ident of the club In 1966 when their studies, says
the Starke Juniors received re- (See Page 8)) Cline Danette Rodrlgue. Starke (S.. Page 8)) the Juke box. a total of $121. republicans, and .44. "others."






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Weddings

Birthdays U .,: .. ... Births; .' A" .", .. .
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Anniversaries U A m il fA r he' l Personals/ ;.
Showers '>fl//V' e Y ; e( ft Parties./ 'I.i i

Club Meetings
Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 964.7608

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Landa Thornton WSCS Installs . ) ,r \ ; Bridal ShowerFor

Entertained On New Officers r 'II Mrs. DeVoeMrs.


16th BirthdayLanda And ChairmenThe ; r Denton DeVoe, a recent -

bride, was honored at a j
Thorntoi: celebratedher First Methodist WSCS bridal shower Tuesday nightof i
16th blrlhdiiy Saturday night held an Installation! of officers ., .. ,' last week given by Mrs. a
: '
with a PZM! party; at her homeon at the monthly businessprogram c..:.;jf" ."","',. .,,.' .'..,,"..i....'M", : i'*\ Johnny Johnson and Mrs. Donald -
.. "" ''. at the home of the -
Read 100
Wast. meeting Tuesday morning .11:' ,. .... b Bagwell
The "smile" themo was car- In the sanctuary. .j latter 520 Mabel Street. t
ried out In the pastel colored Rev. D. T, Farabee spoke A pink and lavender color
decoratlois. The lace covered to the group on the forthcoming r ; : ?i'' scheme was carried out In the 1 1P
refreshment table was centered changes In the women's I party decorations.. Centeringthe
with a tiered blrthdiy m division of the Methodist Church ji ) white linen covered refreshment -

cake topped with a girl 01: a which will be voted on at the .. .... table was an arrangement -
i
swing. Around the edge of the General( Conference In Atlantain >.. ''I.t. of pink and white
table wore garlands of pastel April.lie "i i camellias. _
?:lf ;
; Games with prizes
streamers. also Installed the follow- ; were en- I
:
Cantos"" wore enjoyed by the ing officers: vice-president ,,: ,;! .. i Joyed during the party; hours.
25 the .. .''Ii",. : ; ,\,::,:,: \ The hostesses presented the I
young guests during eve Mrs. D. T. Farabee Jr.; recording .,, ";;" ''' '. '' f
ning. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. secretary, Mrs. ,;'.,;,',,' .: _" '::. honoree with a bedspread as a
//eon/ Lewis
Reeda /
Vernle Thornton: servlngwas: Charles Hall; treasurer Mrs. "'f.,1 -T memento of the occasion. f
Mrs. Thornton's mother, Mrs.B. To WedMr/ Lott II. II. Aduns. Forty guests were invited to ,, \ ...."
.
M. McRae. Committee chairmen: Chris- call between the hours of 7:30to : '. I
,
,,
',
tian Social Concerns, Mi's.Her 9:30: p.m. PerryMooreEngagement ,
Mrs. Ilean A. Lewis announ- bert Ritch Missionary Educa- '1.I i ,
; /
/ ToldMr.
Taylor-Forsyth t "
the engagement of her ''''' I
tion D.
ces Mrs. J. Yeager; Spiritual 8th Grade Parents II
Engagement Told daughter, Reeds Ilean, Larry Growth Mrs. J, H. Mo>ie- I
M. Lott, son of Mr. and Mrs. ley; Local Church Responsibility To Meet Feb. 7 ,,and Mrs. Clodla Perry KNIT HIT -- 'EVoloio'H: j IIw;
M. C. Lott of Wiggins, Miss. Mrs. T. C. Sawyer and of Starke announce the engage- tlu-mo/ ul'l'' HUM MxiitinU\ ,look.
Mrs. Ruth Veasey of Orlando Miss Lewis Is the daughter of Mis. T. H. Slade; Membership ,. .. ... ..ru. Parents of the 8th Grade of ment and approadilymr', : : ':tags lor Kprinu/ An nrlliilly, irnclcic'd -
...
former of Starke, announces the late Reed E, Lewis. Mrs. A. J. Eaves;Nominations, Bradford Middle School met of their daughter: Pamela uppliciuc liiKliliulitftlht/ :
the engagement and approaching The Is planned for to Michael D. Moore .supl'U'' cotton knit top..i>\rrslniiKlitcut
wadding Mrs, Titus Olson and Mrs. E. Monday, Jan. 24, for the pur- Joyce,
m.irrtaga of her February 4. L. Matthews. Mr. And Mrs. R. M. Cason pose of organizing and sponsoring son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. pnntt ill pin'pit'.
dijrhter| Sheila Huth Taylor, Circle Chairman: Circle I, projects and activities Moore of Lawtey. 1''l'II" III I id ..'1" '<1111. lIKmu/
to Francis Kelly Forsyth, son Stork Shower Mrs J. W. Hitch; Circle 2, Observe 68th Ann// versary of the Class of '76. The wedding: will take placeat Ton.
and the late
of Valco Forsyth Mrs. L. J. Green, Circle 3, The next meeting will be the First Baptist! Churchof
M -s. Forsyth of Starke. A For Mrs. Jordan Mrs. H. M. Richarde; Circle Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Welaka; Ralph J. Cason, and held Monday, Feb. 7, at the Starke on February 19 nt ATTENTION ALL
Spring wedding Is planned.The 4, Mrs. J. R. W'llnw\.lght.GuUd Cason: of Molrose were honored Mrs. J. V. Ford, both of Pdl- BM.S, AU 8th Grade parents 8 p.m. : ADULTS. : ,
brld .eect! is the daugh- Mrs. L. C. Ear- their 68th atka. Another daughter, Mrs. to All friends and relatives are
!Mrs Dewayne Jordan was co-ordlnator on wedding anniversary are urged be present. be the
CED test will given
Leon
ter of the late Taylor. Thigpen of East Pal- Invited to attend.
honored at a stork shower last ly. Wednesday, Jan. 26, George week of February 7 at Brad-
Friday night In the fellowshiphall with a party given by their atka, could .not attend becauseof ford Union Area Vocational
Woman's Club of the First Christian DUPLICATE BRIDGE children at the Starke Nursing Illness. Mrs. Kate Sheppard returned Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathewsand Technical Center; 609 North
Church given by'' the membersof Home Besides their four children Sunday after two weeks Mabel Whisler of
Mrs. Street, Starke, Fla.
To Meet Feb. 9 the Mary Martha Circle. Bess WINNERSMrs. Burns and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cason were the Casons have six grandchildren visiting with Mr.and Mt'..M H. Unlonvllle Iowa spent last Wed- Orange Time will be from 2:00: until
married In 1904 at the homeof ten great grandchildren Sheppard In Brunswick Ca.
A pink color scheme was car Saturday with Mr.
Marie Dent were the winnersat nesday to 10:00 p.m. Monday through
Michael
ried out In the decora- her parents Dr. and Mrs. and one greatgreatgrandchild. Her grandson SP5
party Mathews in
Bruce
Tuesday and Mrs. 8:00
Bridge Thursday, Friday a.mun-
Fred Kuchler, Interior decorator Duplicate .
B.T. Former In the old Brook- Sheppard left last Thursday:
tions. The refreshment table also visited DIs-
there five Maltland, and til 5:00
where were
of the Commerce Fur- was covered with a white linen night lyn community; near Keystone Mr. Cason Is 97 years of age, for a year's tour of duty in 2/3 p.m.
to. In for World. It
niture Jacksonville,will be cloth and centered with tables play.' Tying sec Heights. They have spent mostof and Mrs. Cason is 85. Germany. ney
ond 1. A. bundom and
the speaker at the Starke Wo- were
their lives In the Melrose
of mixed
an
arrangement
man's Club luncheon-meeting Curtis Sanders and Mrs. Lu-
seasonal flowers. The punch cile Davie and Mrs. Hilda Day. area.
Wednesday, Feb. 9, at 12:15
Three of the Casons' child-
table was covered with a lace
Third Mrs. C. J. Mc-
were
p.m. at the club house.
with them this
The meeting will be under cloth and centered with a cry- Crlft Sr. and Mrs. Lex Green. ren were on
occasion Mrs. C. L.
: Harris
the Home! Life Department with stal punch bowl which was encircled FRI & SAT.
THURS.,
Mrs. Robert Barksdale, chair with camellias. SALE DAYS.
man. Games with prizes were Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Taylorof
played during the party hours. Fitzgerald, Ga. were last Jrz e' S
F. B. Beard underwent surgery The hostesses presented the Thursday and Friday guests Trade'1 \vtiiia!
Monday In the Gainesville honoree with a baby strolleras of Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Gold-
.
VA Hospital. a memento of the occasion. wire.

Mr. and Mrs Preston Guthrie -
of Hawthorne announce the '
birth of a daughter, Theresa SUNDAY 'P-FTERt..OOt'
Lynn, on Jan. 29 In Alachua OPEN


MAGIC w'CHEF.a t r. ..!!'J'ID..W'1rreAoot Krandparentrare General Hospital.Mrf and M&ternal. .\Mrs._ 4 L I \' ,:itbo, h s1I'" ,azld"' Gns- F'abulot!' l" : s I I''


Mr} and Mrs!Cedrge Henry;)
Koehler of Starke, announcethe
birth of a daughter, Tonya 0
Renee, on Jan. 30 in Bradford
County Hospital. .d


The Modern Cooking Machine Passion Play ; pantsuit.



Starts Season 7/ 1SALE


February 13thThe \


Black Hills Passion Play :
will open Its 20th season In the f. .

\ Lake Wales Amphitheatre on
Sunday Feb. 13, with a twi-
--
'- light performance at 6 p.m. /

fiP it. da11ar' Sunday twilight performerswill i 1 u
". ==.-.-,-... ? continue at the same time
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t '..
I through April 16.
--- and Thursday and.
i'l' ; Tuesday :
.. ..... Saturday presentations are
I
( -,,-, scheduled for 7:30: p.m. ;1
Five matinee performancesare i
also scheduled'at 3 p.m.
.... ',- ; '. on Feb. 16 and 23, and March .
". I "' 1 I. 8, and 15. \ : : $97
t.',., ._ An added performance will
I ....... be presented as a Holy Week

Highlight on Good Friday,
March 31, at 7:30: p.m. Jill
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MAGIC CHI}

Stickers Allow 1


Repeat Visits \ 1u Bonded acrylics, orlons & etc., in a i
Come See Why More Women Cook On

To Foster Park \ \/ U large variety of styles, just right for you!

Solids and patterns in misses to 18.
Chef Titan Other
Magic Any Range Special car stickers which
permit an unlimited number of y
free visits to the Stephen Fos-
ter Memorial at White Springs
Featwes $ after the first paid trip In 1972
: are being presented to visitors
at the park.
The liberalized admissions
OVEN WINDOW LIGHT' policy Is designed to encourage Special Sale
DOCR families and groups to make
REMOVABLE OVEN
frequent trips to the Memorial a
CLOCK WITH TIMER with its famous Foster Mus- !
eum, 97-bell Carillon Suwa- o i. of current fashion
W.T. nnee River boat ride and other .

features. ? : womens shoes
The stickers will be good for

No Gimmicks A U Porcelain admission at any time In 1972
except during/ the Florida Folk r
Festival, May 4-3-6-7.: The s 47
free admission policy covers
all passengers In the 'sttck-
2O RANGE ered' cars.Permltl. 4 OUR REG. $5.99.0$6.99

$139 will be especially eah
ONLY. valuable to persons living near
W.T. enough to the State of Florida

music shrine to drive In the
a Low medium dress heels
perk for picnics and for the or ,

various special programs held shoes for all .occasions! Block,
SLADECAS during the year. Winy North
Florida and South Georgia families brown or brown. ton crinkle patent
will get a great deal of
benefit from the plan, it Is or leather in sizes 5 to 10.If1rrV.1nf1 .
predicted.


,AND APPLIANCES *

Youth has "Its hardships even
totlay. For loin' school children
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332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701 but. its a :block walk to she QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES ; ..fitf

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'. ,. ,. .. ., ,. .. ,. DOT Moves To Work Closer r Yrira CARD OF THANKS

a The Family of the late Mr.

Speaking of People With County Commissions Earl Its warmest DeSue wishes thanks and to appreciation extend
e e' : to all the many wonderful
Jim F. Melton, of people who so graciouslystood
Mr. and Mrs) George Hug. Lake City;
fflru and Mr. and Mrs Margie Andreu and sons Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Colemanof Mrs. Levon Andrews and has been appointed to the newly Illness by and us loss.during the extended
the state of Jacksonville spent the created
:ttlpltngor/ attended Valdosta Ga. and Mrs. poet of Department of
daughter, Joy, and Mr. and
weekend with her mother Mrs. Transportation District We gratefully acknowledge.
Farm Bureau Gladys, Weldon were Saturday Two
banquet\ In Mrs. T. J. Andrew. of Mor-
W. E. Dowling and family. dinner advisor effective February 1 1. die little kindnesses which
Gainesville la.t'l'JuU.daynf&t\t., guests) of Mr. and Mrs. rlston were In Fort Lauder
Jack McComb. Under the supervision of District aNe mean so much to us. May Cod
dale and.Mlaml.over the week 1tr/
San;and Mrs.Charley Jonas Rev. and Mrs. Glen Lawhon end visiting relative. Engineer Jim Ward Mel- bless each and every of you.
were Sunday luncheon guestsof and sons of Sopchoppy were Local admittances to Brad- ton will work with county; commissioners so much to us. May God bless
Mrs. Huldah Murrain in last Friday visitors of Mr. and ford County; Hospital this week Brant Turner of Valdosta of the 16 counties In each and every one of you.
Mrs. Fred Bennett Sr. District Two which -Mrs. Margaret DeSue and family.
Jack onvUle. Include Mrs. Alma Grids, State College was home for Include.
Lawtey: Mrs. Norma Adams.Mrs. the weekend.' Bradford, keeping the local of- .
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Bollin-
ficials Informed as to the ate.5 -
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harperof ger and F.E. Bolllnger YI.Ited Marilyn Mullls and Mrs.
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Harf- Lily Brantley. Melrose: Ken Mrs. H. H. Adams and Mrs. EZERASE TYPEWRITER Fa-
Jimmy Lawson of Jacksonville zell In Fern Park on Sunday. neth Relghard. Mrs. Regina John Watson and son, Tom, per. Notebook Fillers. -Brad-
celebrated the Harper's) sixth Schuber and Mrs. Sarah Bryant visited Mr. and Mr. John ford County; Telegraph.
.
wedding anniversary last Mr. and Mrs. James Starling Keystone Heights; Mrs. Adams and Bill Adams In
ster.Thursday. night at the Red Lob- were In Jacksonville Sundayvisiting Ollle Mrs. Hodges Pearl, Wade.Lake Charlie Butler; Athena, Ga. over the weekend. t \ DR. D. W. WHIFFEN
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe
Fulford. Graham Russell Tralnor,Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whlflen Announce the Association of
Winfred Hazen of Gainesville Nellie Martinez. Rodman Underhill spent the weekend at Disney
was Monday visitor of Mr. and Harry Weber Joseph World where Dr. Whlffen attended DR. J. H. MINESINCER I
Mrs.M. F. Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Johns Brantley Mrs. Evelyn Brad the Florida Optometric v3,1b .
and Mrs. F. J. Shaw were IrTallahassee ley, Kenneth McNeal, Mrs. board meeting and Mrs. Whlf In the practice ofOptometry
Monday to Wed- Betty; Kuhn, Mallle Pong, Mrs. fen attended the Auxiliary board
Tom Corbin of Lynn Haven Margaret Learn, and David meeting. 14- ,( >t
nesday for the opening cere-
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben Phillips. Starke.
NEWSY FABRIC
Rowland over the weekend. monies of the Legislature. bill of secondary road kinds, Cotton 207 S. Walnut St.
,
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Earlyvisited seersucker the original no-
Mrs. W. G. Godwin of Chagrin Mr. and Mrs. Amos ru+ estimated revenues, and pro iron fabric plays a return
Office hours
Mr. and Mrs. DeHltch Green :
.,
Mr. and Mrs. Lojos Toth of Falls Ohio Is spending Sanford In Astatula last Tuesday grammed expenditures.Tlahttmad; engagement this spring
Orlando were weekend guestsof and family have moved from two weeks with her financial controls.necessitated Carol Horn for Benson & 9:00: to 3:00
mother .
to
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis San- Alton Road to Brooker where Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Thursday.Mr. by DOT's Increasing Partners uses it in multi. .
dors. Mr. Green Is employed by Container ability\ to expend funds on colored plaid for a Chanel. Closed Wednesday
Corporation.Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Hamilton cut jacket and softly shaped
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll- and Jim, spent the week- transportation projects will be skirt that's bias-cut and Afternoon and Saturday -
Mrs. Edward Burns returned and Mrs. W. L. Joiner man and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. end with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Implemented by Melton In his belted. afternoon
last Friday after two months of Sarasota were Tuesday over- Swlnyer had as weekend guests Hamilton and family In Tampa. new position. I
visit with relatives In Los Angeles L. D. VlnIng. Miss Mary Blackwell and Mrs.A. M
of Mrs.
night guests -
Califand Amarillo C.'Oliver of St. Simons Island -
Dallas and Hobbs! Texas. Ga., Mrs. C. W. Derry NEAT-Cotton canvas takes
of Savannah, Ga., and Mr. and naturally to the crisp tailor-
Mrs. T. W. Oliver Jr., of ed lines of spring's safari
Fernandina Beach. Mr. and suit. The long-sleeved Jacketis
COLONEL SANDERS'
RECIPE
trimly belted over cuffed
Kutuek"l" fried'i Ckieke iU a Mrs.family Swlnyer dinner were last hosts Friday at f. short By Trifles. Mac Baldwin i

y noon at the Holiday Inn. Mr. ,- CARD OF THANKS
and Mrs. Swlnyer left Mondayfor
.S.301 NORTH PHONE %.-S1Z1 their'winter home In Los 44'' Our heartfelt thanks to all
Gatos, Calif. q 'rrry who extended comforting sym-
pathy and help In our recent
LOOK. y h1'4' a
sorrow. For the beautiful service -
WHAT THE Jimmy and Janna Starling floral offerings and other
; -i visited Steve and Carol PadgettIn kindnesses, we are deeply r
COIONEI'Si Jacksonville. over the week- family.grateful. The W. C, Loper .

OFFERING end.H. I
M. Strickland of Miami
was Thursday to Monday guestof WE HAVEPanty
Friday Mr. and Mrs. F. W. StrIck-
land.
SPRING STRIPESCotton HoseIN
Saturday Mr. and Mrs. John Andersonof seersucker goes cool and
Callahan and Eddie Schwabof crisp In peppermint stripes
Gainesville were Friday and shaped into fashion's new STOCK AGAIN
Sunday Saturday visitors of Mrs. Myrtle "little suit"look.
/ Anderson.

''Feb. 4, !,, and 6 Mrs. Frank Weaver of Wllllston THE BRADFORD ATBaran
't COUNTY TELEGRAPH Price
visited Mr. and Mrs. W.

,SALE SPECIAL T.the Jackson weekend.Sr.and.family over Published every Thurulayat Of
138 W. Call Street

,jje;, ,ONE THRIFT BOX.9 ficn W cSicAae Mr. and Mrs.'.H. E. Smith Slarke.Florida 32M1
T.Pius.. eI ckeir W ulait n leM tmiu of WUllston were weekend 2 ForLawtay SI l
.. yon guests.of Mr. and Mrs. Marc Second class postage paid
.
.ONE 2'........- Jackson. at Stake Florida Baldwin ChevroletrOMslV ,

Mr. and Mr. J.1 B. Godwin Subscription Rates! HOUSEOF'MILO

ALL FOR ONLY $3.2S of Arcadia and daughter,Cheryl la 'trade area: 15.00 per ... '.....
i of the University; of Florida year; $$2.75 sis months.
&r were weekend guest of. Mr. Outside trade area SS.50 '1..tt: \,,, JV0U*: "Offers" : -..:; do
I and Mrs. Harold GodwIn. .,
... per year;$3.00 six months .J I'S
Fla.
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Mrs. Bessie EthSrtdge and
Mrs. Da Rain of Chlefland are .......
spending several weeks with ;'$'h:
!.[r. and Mrs. J. G. Jackson. I PUBLIC NOTICE YEARS OR

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By Karn Supsky


KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORSThis
week' Insert will fol-
low a little different theme
than Is tile usual which you
have come to know.
I will endeavor to Introduce 1
to new residents a long-time
Hamptonlta while at the same
time reactgiatnting oldsters
with their neighbor of many
:years. ;
Garnet Staler owner and -, A 4.ryF .
operator of the new businesson
301. Studer's Variety; Store
have been a resident of Bradford
County and In the Hamp-
ton area for 26 :years Her ? "
buslness-fllled which led BEEF PED
her to open her life present place I Reserved PRICES GOOD T"RU SUI1.1 FEB. 6 l
Quantify Rights
of business Is an Interesting COPYRIOHTmWINN.DIIIIISTORlSINC
and unusual one, which merits W

my: telling.
Garnet was born and raised THRIFTY MAID
In. Pall Mall. Tenn. Her first -
encounter with handling a store I I
came when she was ten :years
old and her grandfather had APPLESAUCE-
her assist In operating a grocery -
store. At the age of 21 _
Garnet went to work for Love- _
man's In Chattanooga Tenn.
She was employed) : as a,buyer I
for the concern and made many:
trips to New York. On one
of these trips she chanced to
meet her future husband Phil Limit 6 with $7.30 or more purchase ."eludingclgar.tt. __
t 'e iI''.i1is ...
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lip.Her aLr 3 gp ,
continuing career broughther r M x t z
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it
to Jacksonville where she ;
also served as buyer for Furch- iW710c
gott's Department Store. She / (
also made her way to Miami
where she worked for Marsh
Brothers on Miami Beach.
Her last move brought her
to Bradford County In 1946.
She and her husband bought a
farm and began raising cat- 1 6-0., CAN _
tle. She was often called "the t
tradlngest cattle woman In .
Bradford County" by many of .KSAVe4c
her friends and acquaintances. THRIFTY MAID h
The In 'CAN t ; 1 ,
following 1947. .
:year. Cut Beets
Phillip and Garnet opened up . . e

an eating establishment called AVE7CTHRIFT/MAIDSpinach
Phil's Restaurant. They oper- I IS r. lOe
ated this for eleven years,hav- CAN
ing customers coming from far '
SAVE .c.THRIFTY MAID 'i 1 v''
and wide to enjoy their spec- I !;
ialties. Pork & Beans . ;::, 10
Mrs. Studer has now been a "" '
SAVE 7.THRifTY MAID WHOLE OR SLICED ,ti'c
widow for 12 She has
:years. 16....
been alone but not Idle. Preceding I Irish PotatoesSAVE . . CAN
of the
opening present l
store, she built herself a housea 3c THRifTY MAID .lb i
short distance behind and to 1.5'01. 1O
Pinto Beans CAN
the right of It. She also built . r
the store. SAVE 3c.THRIFTY MAIDGreat /
of the store was In
August Opening when she completed Northern Beans 'SAN 1 f I

final to enable her I
touch-ups SAVE 3c.THRIFTY MAIDBlackeyed I
to open the doors. The existence I o .
of the store lsnot wide- ,Peas . CAN 1 I
ly known and she Is very enthusiastic -
about meeting and'

getting to know people. 1 was ASTOR ALL GRINDS' MAXWELL HOUSE 'ALL GRINDS ,
quite surprised with'' the variety -, _
of articles with which to.... 1 a I4 jip.l w. A. .
; choose from-When I was over er 41 AAn,Ye1 err
L to see Mrs. Studer. I can truthfully ,
say that the place cer- COFFEEr (
tainly lives up to Its name with
Items -ranging from furniture
to housewares, linens to paper
goods. Just to browse around ;rra"a ,
allows :you to come upon whatever
d
you may fancy. I would e e38c r3D A
not elaborate so,, but my a- a
mazement on finding such a
wide selection of wants and 30c1.LB.
needs bids me do so. Those
who have not yet visited the
Variety Store and Mrs. Studer. yM a esrPK 'r grd
In particular are not a-
ware of the experience they
have been missing.
My Interview this week has
brought me In contact with a
woman whose accomplishmentsare CA N LIB. BAG
exceeded only: by her gen-
tle and outgoing nature. For limit 1 Coffee of choic.*with 7.50 or more purehaie excluding cigar.H.s. ;
those who have not met her m4 ,e
a treat Is In store. (no pun \
Intended), and, as I said before THRIFTY MAID CUT
she would greatly enjoy:
'meeting any new residents of

Hampton. GREEN BEANS

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A recent survivor' of the flu ,'tr ro'I ;.
saps it made him /fetl younger/ "
toying horn and watching alt/& r/trvYCaRtr ., r I ,
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than tame TV program he A 6< +; taw Jive pears/ ago. I : !?

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"'Theft of money and ; MUSHROOM /"ave

securities by trusted employees i" : TOMATO
safe burglary or VEGETABLE 6 C
robbery of property<< within CHICKEN NOODLE UP TO

The premises or froma CREAM OF CHICKENMENCH'S
messenger loss from :
forgeries and counterfeit I 101/s-ot;.

money'. are all such losses t CAN
covered byf( ComprehensiveCrime ] )l4n. .
BUCK BI.ACKt.UNN DOLE PINS- PAOOAESSOITAUANCAN

'Multi-Peril Coverage In. the 35C e,::. 75C Juice 4.1c Tomatoes ". '' "
new package Pepper . Syrup . Apple CAN 49C :
'insurance available to ; i '
most commercial and finaaclal QUAKER DOLL! CIDC! HID 0'CU NKINJUICI, PRO ORMSO TOMATO GREEN GIANT' WHOll 4SUCEO *".

firm*?" I Inst. Grits '16'0.: 43C Pineapple "". 45:. Sauce 2 cAN27c Mushrooms ""' .. 37C "wITBR ,l-
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( Fruit Pies 3 %::: $100 1
Or' "16-oz. ''TdJ' "" U. S tHCIC6 SAve 1c-MORTON Coconut. '
10M p Chocolate,lemon Neapolitan
CAN ILA' 0'Bononq
Cream Pies 3",:rlSAVE'Be

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FRESH FROZEN SLICED
HICKORY SMOKED MilD CURED CENTER CUT HAM USDA CHOice W 6 RAND SEEP BONELESS RUMP STRAWBerries-
R 88C Roast $149 5 ss boo 1 1utoitio
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HICKORY SMOKED MIIDCURED CENTER CUT HAM W.D BRAND PURE GROUND Entrees so':: 99c
I Slices LS.98c Beef 10 1 $5"USDA SAVE 20e.FROZEN Trench fry
'x. Potatoes V.'o 69e
SAVE!SOc THUNOERSOtT SHRIMP
,f
lr CHOICE W D BRAND BONELESS BOTTOM ROUND TALMADCE FARMS CouMryCur.dShank Half or Whol. $
W l. ,, Chunkees. :J.'S; 2"WMte

1, Roast. '$118 1 Hams 88C

USDA CHOICE!W D BRAND BEEF! BONELESS! ROUND CRACKIN GOOD

Steak $128 Biscuits .1 Oci"
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Limas 2 :PA01" M
FRESrIFLA,GRAPEFRUIT OR USDA CHOICE W O BRAND BCEF BONELESS IYE OF FRESH SHANK HALF OK WHOLE SUPERtRAND CREAMED COTTAGE

Oranges 5 -LB 59C Round Roast ll. )59| Pork Hams LI.68c Cheese. . HI CUP 39c DIXIANA Gr. Peas 2 :: ; $100 1 1DIXIANA
HARVEST FRESHApples GRAD"A"HINDQUARTERS OP TARNOW WHOLE HOG ROLL PALMETTO FARMS MIXED' OR STEW

;: 5 59C Turkey . -, 29' Sausage LI19t Pirn. Cheese, lB.69c Vegets..THE 2.COB::;:; *1 1BIRDSEYEON ID0
FRESH TEMPLE BANQUET FRIED(lOfcr more pi.c.l Full,Cooked) COPE LAND ALL MEAT BORDIN'S BIG TIN
Oranges 6 PDA49t Chicken . 2LB.PKG. $149 Sliced Bologna I LI. 69' Biscuits .1 CAN'k 10" Corn CUT. 2 A AO. $100 l

YELLOW SUNNVLANDTHIN COPEIANDRANGERSMOKlD SUPFA/RANDMILDDAISYSTYIlCHlDOAA ; 2 :sa: ; $100 1 1MICH
Onions 3 29C Sliced Bacon t o : 59' Slab Bacon LI.49c Cheese LB.89c '
'; hc7'oU. 2 o,, $l
CRISP,GREEN FICEZE QUEEN All VARIETIES SUNNYLAND PORK BREAKFAST LINK FRENCH FRIED PERCH

Peppers 4 P0. 39e Meat Dinners : 99c Sausage "ivW ''K:; $199 Fish Fillets LB.69c r<
'NIgRTpNd
VINE RIPE SWIFT PREMIUM BUrTIRBALL(12/14/ Ib Avg) 0 RAND All MEAT FRENCH FRIED FLOUNDER

:, Tomatoes u.39c Turkeys lB. S8C Franks . -: 49C Fish. Fillets LB.89c
FRESH FRESH BOSTON BUTT BONELESS WO BRAND COOKED W D BRAND BEEF CUBED

Pole Beans u29c Pork Roast LI.68c Sliced Ham 'IKG": *1 13' Steakettes 2 IBPKO. $189 1 ; ,

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LOC H m i fA 1 a
Ir DIXIANA COllARDS OR MUSTARD
; Greens 3 :-i: ; $100\
v DIXIANA W/II/ oolTurnips .
4 IB. SLICED 4 LBS. $359 4 3 >':& $100
CAN .
PAN REDI HUSHPuppies.3
r.:' Q I.... $
"u )00)
OREIN GIANT CUT Ail GREEN CHEF BOV AR DEE Spagk.nl A Moot Ball.,Ravioli,B..laronl' '
:r.; Asparagus 10'/2'01.CAN 45C B e ef age tt4 I CANS 7'h,01. $1 00 ASTOR BAE-YORFORDHOOK Limas '.4 -r: $100 1

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Exams Time Now To Think About sssmsasamsftssssM & Low Income Voters Will Select


Wm Be Made Planting Summer Annuals Ingby Representatives Oji i CUBB Board

More DifficultFlorida's '
Clean air machines seem to driving one of the Intel-states \ Low Income residents of didates for election and to explain to provide that each seat allocated I
be a way of life with nursery the noise from the opposite] George Muggins Clay, 'union. Baker and Bradford the general procedures to a representative corresponds -
compulsory driver men. In tact, nurserymen have lane? Then all of a sudden you counties will select those for candidates and 'voters. to about the same
examinations are going been promoting clean environ- come to a tree' barrier In the who will represent them on The CUBB Agency staff .Is number of low-Income re.l'f.'.
to get tougher In the future ment through planting trees for meridian and the quietness Is THINGSTALKING the Board of Directors of CUBB engaged In all aspects of organizing dents throughout the area. Under t
according to Ralph Davis, dir many, years. Each tree' that Is noticeable all because trees \J ABOUT Economic Agency, Inc., at elections the elections Activities the plan Bradford County
ectpr of the Department of set on your property, roadways Hutffr.nolse. to be held at Neighborhood Include staff training by will have three representatives
Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. public parks) and meridian Trees, the clean air machines Service Centers In the the State Office of Economic to the board of directors.boardof Other
strips help to produce give the home grounds an four counties on Saturday Feb. Opportunity! preparation of election. representatives, on, the
The number of questions clean air for our ever changing air conditioning effect In the ABOUT THINGS entine. Day Is near. That Is the 19, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. registration ballot,and.qualifying .. directors frill come from
asked on the test will be dou- environment according to summer and permit sunshine/ It Is easy for me to "Talk day when red hearts and little Mobile units will be providedfor forms; public Information civic and government groups
bled, from five to ten, but they Florida Nurserymen and Growers to pass through In the winter about Bradfprd County" when special verses reflect our those residents who are through community; to make up the board representationeifawthlydfraneach
will still be limited to the Identification Association. A tree acts months. Many times :you may we attend a Chamber of Commerce thoughts and others. I forgot unable/ to reach the centers. meetings field work, and the :"
of highway signs. The In many ways to keep the air have purchased a home only Banquet and hear Commissioner to add also that probably never During the past few weeks media; Involvement of other category.'' details concerning :i
change Is planned to take place pure and fresh. It utilizes car- because of a magnificent oak of Agriculture Doyle again In February will Mb- CUBB's Neighborhood Service community; groups to serve Further and :
within 30 to 60 days. An of the bon dioxide, collects particlesof or some other tree.' Conner compliment three :young Brace appear In Jacksonville. Center staff under/ the direc- as election monitors etc. The the election candidates,
Included In the dri- tion of Mrs. Annett Hughes, elections, to be held In a democratic 'voting Information will be announced t!
signs are dust and dirt on leaves, What kind of trees are most men and relate their accomplishments February came In wet. We
ver handbook distributed by the establishes a foothold In the suited to Florida? You as a to Agriculture. hope It hasn't rained any. more Project Director. Mrs. Elaine manner by ballot'votes, later. ua
patrol. earth and helps to Improvethe homeowner have wide and varied It Is hardly probable that any when this Is printed. McBride Deputy Director and will ensure that low-Income
Davis said the old test was life in the soli. The dropping choice. If live In the single county will ever again Nelson Rios, Executive Director representatives will be elect- .*
criticized by safety organiza- of the leaves add humus north there are you the Tulip trees, have the honor of bavins' the see have been organizing and ed by those who will be directly No-/ault insurance no-fautt :
tions and even some of the dri- and prevent evaporation of Magnolias Oaks, Pines and state president of our 4-H conducting neighborhood meet- affected. soon, poUll-
divorce Pretty/
vers taking It, as "too easy. moisture. Trees also ofterfeedfor Cedars. These trees also are Clubs, Walter Prevatt. state I would like to say with great Ings In the low-Income areas The four-count area of the claM toil! III running /for office ;
He added, however, that of to discuss the selection of representatives CUBa entity; has been divided
wildlife and resting places quite suitable for the central president of Future Farmersof enthusiasm that our Florida only 'if they art lUelirld that, ;
the 100,000 drivers tested In to explain the into 12 districts of approximate- .1
for birds. It goes without saying Dart of the state. But as you America-Jimmy Alvarez and Farm Bureau Federation Is no matter what happens' it's
an average month, about 12 per that trees offer a pictorial view further Into the southern the outstanding F.F.A. teacherof moving forward. ,qualifications to be met by can- ly equal low-Income population Incir' autt.SttSSiSSSSSISSSISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSiSSIIS.
mow not /
cent flunk the present test on when arranged properly around tip of the subtropical part of the year David Smith.Walter The big two-day conferenceheld .... .__. ....... ___u C
the first trv. There U nn Hmito the home. In forests and along Florida exotic flowering trees and Jimmy are'farm boys In Gainesville for aU fffffffffffffSfffflfffAVffffff )
the number of times It can the seashore. become Imoortont. The Royal right here In Bradford County.I county presidents sent us back tt '
be taken, but the $3 fee Is One of the biggest problemsthat Polnclana the Bombay the said three young men. and home with plenty ammunition -
charged each time. the world may be encountering Royal Palm and the Rubber that does describe David also. to do It with. Fashion Fabrics
now Is noise. Trees make tree. dot the landscape In all He Is a farm boy; from Madison Ray Crawford president In .,.
NOW IN STOCKConstruction an .xceUent barrier, If planted their beauty. Emtlc: fruit fret County. He begaln Ml teaching Union County and I talked .
Paper. All colors In the rain- properly and correctly placed, should not be left out of the career Just four or five years about a Joint meeting real soon THURSDAY
bow. Bradford County Tele- for the prevention of noise. landscape In the southern ago here In our county.; He Is with our directors. We hopeto 144 W. Call St.
g aph. Have ;you ever noticed when'MUSTANG' part of Florida. These trees a man of good size but he make these plans final and FRIDAY

& & & I.I.----L- I. & & AJlL.A & __A.A.AAAAA ..- not only offer clean air and hasn't gained any weight sine to begin the "pep session" as Starke Fla. a SATURDAY
A R X shade, but offer also some delectable coming to Bradford county. we are seated around/ the table .
fruit. Revive your self Bradford County Is extremely entering mod fried chicken "
< &&\& $% and prepare for future generations proud of the leadership given or Bar-B-Que. From that
by planting a tree a clean by these three and we were meeting we will then begin to
!The': Conyatittea Makm"i ., ijl air machine. For the variety happy to see them tingled out let our people know more about
and type best suited to your Monday night as our Chamberof these two counties we have
INVITES YOU COMPARE. area consult with your local Commerce paid tribute to close to eleven hundred members i
nurserymen. Agriculture. We have a program that s :<
Our quality construction and decorator Interiors. will make them say "I am
e.e proud to be a member of the a
e Our prices for quality in all models and sizes Florida Coach Farm Bureau. cf 'h' 1
This is and .
early February .
service record with for the
Our customers
top '. Shows Miami the month Is noted for several S .
past ten years. things. It Is the shortest month : .;

Our flexible financing, unmatched in this Game At Rotary of the year even If this year Well, this date reminds me aiiic ". .
area. 5 there Is 29 days. that 10 months has pasted ..
AND NOW A New Saving For Our > Doug Knotts, a member of the Ground flog day bat passed sine our 1971 Bradford County
Client University of Florida footbaU February 2. and now we wait Fair and also the end of dally -..
TWO MONTHS FREE RENTIn > coaching staff was guest speaker to see If the weather will be responsibilities with the Agriculture "
of Goinetvilla'i at the Starke Rotary Club as predicted on that day. We Extension Service here Polyester Value to 7.98 1/2/ .
your choice of Iwo, nol ono but Iwo, > usually have some of our coldest Corduroy Price @
Wednesday, Jan. 28, showing In Bradford County. ru say
moil desirable mobil horn communiti.t weather In ;
.auti'uiIRITTANY' ESTATES > films of the Miami game and Is February. This again that even though my office Double Knit Sale 3.98 .
not the for
certainly year 64" 100X Orion Machine Washable
SOION.WoldoRoadOR answering questions; concernIng now Is the kitchen table .
that since have had '
we spring
5 Florida's footbaU with of 'coffee or glassof "
pros a cup
pects. and summer most of the time tea, county agent work will Values to 4.98 yard yd Sweater Knit Sale 2.98 :
The AH New CASTLE GATE > up to now.
Titus Ave off SR 26 Kettle said that players and Our popular strawberries never be erased from my mind.I Bended Acrylics ScJe-1.93 R.g. 4.98 Per Yard ';
to
> coaches were pleased with the have the prettiest growth believe am beginning see some ;
G a new Aitroturf field, which was I have ever seen. But we results of my home labor but Assortment of
DISCOUNT MustQng > the subject of much controversy all really fear to think what no completion date has been Washable .Rot. 4.98 rd., .
set. I am not penalized tor
last fall. He said It had
5 freezing temperatures will do
M.bdN.m.: resulted In fewer Injuries to to them now. They are Just extending the time of a contract Velveteen Sale 2.49 Wash & Wear Fabrics, :
S.I.stl MOBILE HOMES ) Dlavers. neither am paid extra
INC. The speaker was Introducedby the longest month ahead of for overtime. I have the greatest Per Yard 77 .
low D.vm Poymtntt tow Monthly Poymanta 3 B. F. Mizell, Jr. what normal! growth should be. respect for the senior cltt- Vinyl And Leather Lock : :
4noN.Wt3shI44IN.thh :371-134* > February brings the birthday -, zeD Clubs but I do not have
of three presidents. It Is tints yet to Join them in their
"HOME .
OF INSTANT SERVICE"Wt 3- the birthday of several poets. good activities. Reg. $2.98 and $4.93 'DandyPolYester Thread
include, m'lol ham step, s.wr and wattr lanai, The dollar It reported 'to be> Charles Lindbergh Thomas Writing time has run out
block.. with bat block, ..I.up and d.liwtr.d up to 207rode. > healthier on foreign txchangei. A. Edison and the great ball for now because the paint Is All 1.98 12t Per Spool .
For '
Tidy hope (hot it Sale yard
maybe batter Babe Ruth drying In the brush and my 1
... "
will fed( w e U enoughto coma Then- t- .would like-to tactfully Is \ i
'horn*.' Coffee gone. ,. .. .... ',., .... ... ,Ii
YA Fty f ii i'a' 7 7ef 7 1ti I'i' R 7[ remind my family\ thatI -40.. ----:....:...... JI' -" _. ,- ,
will look for a little special -;
,0 dinner before the month 1
Is gone ,
SLAbES We must not forget the Val- \


Birch Film

Will Be Shown !

Clearance
Heating Here Saturday


A film, "This Is UN John LIMITED TIME
Birch Society" will be shown

SALE at 8 p.m. Saturday Feb. 5, INNERSPRING or FOAM RUBBERELEGANT
In the First Christian Church
Fellowship Hall by the local
Birch chapter.
Paul Meng chapter loader
says that much misinformation .
., .. has been distributed about r '"
w'r' the Birch Society and he Invites -t w

r the public to view this r' '
film "and get' first hand Information ?w.
." There Is no admission w:


charge 'u11 is, II'0

f.4! MOVIESFLORIDA ... \

o b r ;.j I 1

THEATREMetroGoldvrynMayer Regillar .,

pre- \
sents the most honored notion ."
picture of all time, "Cone With
The Wind," in the grandeurof I
70mm projection and full

stereophonic The American sound.CIvil War provides FLORSllebvf f P

a vast background for DECORATOR .
one of the world's great love EochPioco
stories In Margaret Mitchell's S
Immortal classic "Gone With I.7fClimatized :-
20OT The Wind! The unsurpassed Oo.p Putf-OullUd la Foam, all over... A
spectacle has been acclaimedby 8upar-Surfac.-3oflnaa. ol foam cuahlona 1.J. Matlraia or matching Box Spring
millions throughout the ovary, part of your body. f :) Twin or Full Size
world. Foam rubber sold in seta only

Clark Cable, Vivien Leigh, ...and a now Spaca Ago a.tra firm foam box 61 InchTwin Foam Rubber 139.95 Sat
aprlng thai navor rualo, tqjaaka or ratliTe. B Inch j
Leslie Howard and Olivia de Double Foam 159.95 Sate

Havllland star In the movie."Gone .unri'r7of' o'X"MV.n'u.c'lfin.? Super King Size 299.95 Sat Queen Size 219,95 Sat .
With The Wind" premiers $
Friday, Saturday, and
Sunday, February 4, 3, and 6. )

PN ANY HEATER IN STOCK Cinema 301 Center DRIVE Films IN "Le GOLD FIRM Regular 6995 on Sale at 4995

Mans" captures on film the Mattrax or matching Box Spring
personal death-defying' sportsmanship Twin or Full Size s
behind the world's Foam rubber sold In sets only ; M---ALONE MATTAFSSS '
most famous and dangerous' y '
; : 73DiscountBuy racing Steve competition.McQueen- champion Super King Size 219.95 Set Queen Size 159.95 Set ii ltt u for, All Seasons h i

racer himself spent five
.months on location In France .
teamed with 45 of t the world's 1
best professional racers and
over a million dollars worth
NOW And SAYE of the fastest cars on earth.
Really "Blue"Le Mans"Water will White premier Death"with at OUZFtTtER QMpo e Denmark Furniture Co. of Starke

the 301 Drive-In Friday and
Saturday night starting at sun \\ \ '\
down. ,
SLADE -"Crazy Baby" and "The Fe-


tre Sunday and Monday Digits.
AND APPLIANCESGAS

CLASP ENVELOPES all 134'W. CALL ST. PHONE 964:5827 STARKE FLORIDADriver

.11... -Bradford County T Iegraph. -
332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701 .



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Bond Sales City Shows Baby Indian Cagers Even Mark At 7-7

Top Quota t
Decline In MAYO GAMEKeystone's
y Indians KH 7 9 10 935 commented Brokas. Riley Deed was the Baby TIgers -
I In Bradford the Baby Mayo Hornets Mil 6 9 6 829 Keystone used a half court high point man with 11
rolled over
Smoke TaxMost 171iYir; zone defense against the Baby points on the board.
In Mayo Saturday night
Esp'n a 35-29 KH Mordente 5-2-12. White Tigers while the Tigers used
Elvert
Adrian
Bryant Bryant,
s Indians 7-7 for the
leave the
to
Saving Bond Bales totaled 226. Thacker 1-0-2, Wlngate a 2-1-2 zone and Gary Beach had six points
area towns showed an to date
$187,102 In Bradford County; season 5515. Totals 13935. The Baby Indians went Into each for the baby Tigers.
Increase
In cigarette tax collections "We led most of the!
1971 MayoStubbs 5-0-10 Pap their locker at halftime
during according to S. L. v"J "tiehad rooms
Peek Jr.,volunteer county; bond l for November, but said Coach Stefan Brokas. 3-0-6, Magrew 2-1-5 Wlnbum losing 17-15 but came out In STATISTICS
chairman. .. Starke recorded a small decline a 10'point* lead In the fourth 3-0-6. Powe 1-0-2. Totals 14-1- the third quarter with a three Scores by puarters:

Bradford attained 112.1%oflte from $9,037,21 for the quarter."The Baby Indians played 29. point 28-25 edge over the TI- Kit 5 10 13 8 36
annual sales goal December same month In 1971 to $8,797.25 .- gers.
on against .a tough man-to-man TT 8 9 8 9 34
31, Mr. Peek said December for last November. Collections defense" stated Brokas. In the fourth quarter Trenton
sales totaled $8,757.' for the fiscal year through Keystone hit for 9 of 10 of TRENTON GAME outscored the Indians 9-8 but Kit Mordente( 1-4-6, Ketch
Florida sales of Series E November In Starke were$60- 1 i their foul shots which made Keystone's JV, cagers edged was not enough to steal the 0-3-3, White 3-2-8, Wingate
and H bonds totaled $ll7 mil' 797.46 according to figures the difference .In the scoring. the Trenton Tigers 36-34 at the victory from the Indians. 5-7-17, Stanley 0-2-2 Totals
lion In 1971. an Increase of released by the State Department Dannie Wingate with 15 points Keystone gym Friday night. The high point man for the 9-18-36.
$21,2 million over 1970.The of Business Regulations. This Flowering Trumpet! grown by Mrs Ollie Tyson and Mark Mordente with 12 tight game all the way," Indians was Donnle Wlngate who TT Bryant 3-0-6, Deed
Towns showing an Increase above at her home on .US-301 north of Starke Is a prime stated Coach Brokas. "Donnie
in the
county chairman noted led the Baby Indians In the tallied 17 points game. 4-3-11 A. Bryant 3-2-6, Story
that the overall Increase In for November 1971 over November been example of the this warm temperatures local residents have scoring department Wlngate hit three straight baskets Daryl White was second In the 1-0-2, Langford 0-1-1, Hogan
enjoying
winter.
Savings Bonds purchases In 1970 were: Ketch the mid-way through the fourth scoring department with eight IOBeach 3-0-6, Totals 14-
Lester wa s top
"It hasn't "
Florida last reflected Brooder $185.35 to $361.77; bloomed like this In 20 years, Mrs Tyson he quarter to give us a good lead, points. 6-34.
year the total $1,958.62. says. "Thank the Good Lord for the warm weather." rebounder for the Indians
growing popularity; of the Pay- Hampton $410.28 Cold usually Mils the bloom. snagged eight.Keystone .
to $451.-
roll Savings Plan for lead
Series 66 had a one point
E Bonds. Over 47,000 Flor Keystone; total 332203.Heights at halftime, 16-15. In the third
ida residents started or Increased $1.427.16I.814.iet quarter, the Indians outscoredthe
their savings under $ Lake total 1461958. Indians Win 4thOf Year Hornets 10-6 to !give them
this JI"OgJ'IUIIh1 1971. Butler $1,921.09 to a five point 26-21 lead at the The standard deductionis
Series H bonds also showeda $2.186.28; total $15.452.64. e dropped pair of score for the winners but four end of the period.In .
Keystone a
sharp upturn, with sales Increasing Lawtey $722.39 to 1004. the weekend. before were In double figures. Mayo the fourth quarter Keystone
over
$3.3 million over the 56; total $6,063.43. games Bell Tues- sports a 6-6 mark for the sea kept the pace by outscoring
romping over this But
1970 total. Waldo $601 9-8. up year.
to $838.46; total day night 84-46 for their son. Mayo
f 96122.. The Indians were paced by
....... fourth win of the season
-. Larry Turknett's 14 points and STATISTICS
One-fifth of all.cropland Bethlehem Steel Corp. will' the Friday visiting night Indians Mayo 60-51 downed In a were aided by teammate Lewis Scores by quarters: maybe you should itemize.
harvested In the U.S. is used construct a 120,000 dwt defensive battle. Saturday night Perry' 13 points and Bobby
to produce products for export tanker at the Sparrows Point, Trenton handed Keystone their Grayson's 10.. Institute
according to the American Md., shipyard. It is scheduledfor 13th loss of the season In a Keystone had taken a 10-9
Farm Bureau Federa stinging 78-56 thumping. lead at the end of the first Your best buddy Lennv might have told thing nbout your income tax that you
delivery the latter
during defensive playon itemize deductions because it knew existed that
tion. ; quarter but tight you to your never Thing. we know
half Power
of 1973. BELL GAME the part\ of Mayo and poor Offers would save you more tax dollars. because income tax returns are our only
Tuesday night Keystone shooting by the Indians spelled Your neighbor possibly suggested taking bUHin.'s"
rolled 84-46 over winless BelL the difference. Mayo took four Mower the standard deduction because you'd pay II & H Block's fees start at $5 and the
Tilly was embarrassed the Picking a No. 1 football Bell. 0-13 for the fell point advantage at half. TipsDon't legs taxes that way. average rout was wader $12,1>0 for
other day to discover that she team differs from selecting a to an 11 point deficit season In the first In the third quarter the Indians And Frank down at the office over 7 million families we served
it taking but wtek'i wonder president in that there arc NO quarter before getting on the were cold from the field let that he helps everybody with f + lust year.
mower
Vitamin. opinions. deficit power their return what did Furthermore, if
score board. and fell to quick 13 point your
.
_
this ,
become summer
"UUhhuuu UhhuhhUUh'Uh a liability Frank recommend? return is audited will
H Keystone Coach Lyndle Kirt- At the end of the period a we
ley, played substitutes as early the Indians rallied backtowlthIn home owners were cautioned to If there's some way to accompany you. at no
LORIOA as the second: quarter, as the nine points of Mayo. In the day.The save you money on your .v. r d extra cost to the In
Complete Indians took a commanding 35- final period the two teams traded Insurance Information income tax, H & R -'III v ternal Revenue Service
19 lead at the half. baskets as Keystone lost Institute noted that many in Block will know how .e. and explain how your
Pest Control } 'P EST Mike Harrington, a 6-1 forward number 13. juries are recorded each year to do it.Itemized. return wan prepared.
4 paced the losers with because of careless operatingerrors and standard .j\J"" even though/ we will not
\ ONTIOlCMMKAltt. 26 points on 10 buckets from Score by Quarters: that and should be deductions are nothing ,. .., ,. ". act as your legal repre
Service } the floor and six free throws. KH10 10 10 21 51 can new. We've been -(Z -s-: "- sentative..
Keystone's Bobby Turknett Mayo 9 15 15 21 60 avoided cleaning or liftingthe preparing returns for yean \" b..." It means that H &: R
machine while it is running, r-'
was the night's leading scorer using both. Well figure out ; Block also offers you year
with 27 points on 13 baskets and Keystone'Burner 3-1-7. walking backwards while pulling your situation both ways and 'round tax ..service for just one
All Trees Shrubs one free throw.Teammate Burke 2-1-5, Grayson 5010. the mower or for some then prepare your return using the low far with no extra charge for
Burke followed closely with Perry 4-5-13, Brannon 1-0-2 reason touching the blade before method that's best for you. audits and estimates.<< .
Produce Fresh Air! eight buckets for 16 points. Turknett 7-0-14. Totals 22751. it is stopped. You see, for only a few dollar more than Yet. it's true. The standard deduction is
Lewis Perry added another 12 branch it costs to do it yourself (with advice maybe up this year.
that
stone or
Plant Yours Today for the winners with six bas Noting a from some other amateur), you can have It's one of the many things/ we'll consider
keta. MayoMcGraw 7-2-16, Koon thrown by a power mower can your tax return prepared with complete when we do your return.DONT .
"It was a good fast moving 1.02, Fleming 7-2-16, Irbln injure another person or even confidentiality by a specially trained mem
FREE$ game" said Klrtley," With a 5-0-10, Oglesby 6214. Totals damage his property, the Institute ber of the H &: R Block team. There are LET AN AMATEUR DO
With any $10 minimum of fouling." 27-6-60. pointed out that within' thousands of them in over 6,000 conveniently HR BLOCK'S JOB.

i purchase of packaged shade, fruit or nut trees, like"All a team five and players lurknett played was TRENTON GAME limits which any might financial accrue are obligations covered Each located member offices of H &: R Block is warm, .

shrubs/ Homeowners or
from$1.91tD from the field In easy wins. day night handing the Indians ance policy. time. Once in our office, you sit down over
ANY $25.00 ORDER Bell played a boxer-chaser their 12th loss of the season. tenants who do not have sucha a free cup of coffee and possibly learn TLCloromltarl people.
$8.67 defense which the Indians pen- The Tigers are 12-2 for the policy were advised to check
season to date, giving them their insurance agent or -
I 10% with
DISC: trated effectively.
OPEN 9 A.M.- 6 P.M. MON. THRU SAT.
FREE 40 Ib. Bag second place In the Suwannee broker about obtaining coverage 118 N. WALNUT ST.
AND FREE STATISTICS Valley Conference. in some other form. PHONE 964-8286
COW MANURE Score by quarters: Keystone's record is 2-13 for :NO: APPOINTMENT: NECESSARY: :

BAG OF KH 14 21 22 22-84 the. season.
I .:>*:;: REG2.29: : ::',;, COW MANURE'I :' ,B.' .- 5 14 14 13 46tftKavatone Sophomore Todd Brannon was .
I Keystone's high point man a- .' ; ::0; : 1''i \ -

I ilhir-e I : Me I I'r 'ellets"-'$1.47Complete 'i'iI Burke. 8-0-16-;'.2,urknett Perry Is-6-0-12=2i. galnst on the the board.Tigers He with hit 18 for points 9 of ,, ''

Burner 4-3-11 Ellis 3-0- 15 of his floor shots
6, Henderson 3-0-6 Grayson. Bobby Grayson was tops In
F. R. M. LIVESTOCK 1-1-3. .Lelno 0-2-2, Brannon the rebounding department! for e I
0-1-1, Totals 38884. the Indians as he !grabbed six.
Dale Baker was the night'sleading
Bell Keesey 1-2-4, HarrIngton -
FEED 10-6-26 Moore 0-1-1 scorer and led the Tigers -
Phillman 2-1-5, Robert 2-3-7 In rebounding. Baker hit
"' i, \ -: Whatly 1-0-2 Lamb 1-0-2, Totals for 27 points and snagged 14 .w '
'
rebounds.In /
L 171246.
meFLORIDA' the first quarter the Indiana -
MAYO GAMEIn were dragging 10 points .
a low scoring defensive 14-24 behind the Tigers. The .
COQTROL'S duel the Mayo Hornets scalped second quarter Keystone came
PEST the visiting Indians 60-51 Saturday back and outscored the Tigers
night. 20-10 to even the score up at
GARDEN "Both sides were able to halftime 34-34
CENTER control the ball pretty well." In the third period Trenton
commented Mayo, Coach Ron- outscored the Indians by ten
nie Land after the game Land points for the second time of
539 E. CALL PHONE 964-5745 also admitted "It was not a the !game to give the Tigers
very Interesting\ !game... a ten point 55-45 advantageover
.. SRWmS8S 8 *S h S Only five players managed to the Indians. .

- - - ---- --- STATISTICSScore a


by quarters:
,PEGGY DRIVE-IN
KH14 20 11 H 56
TT24 10 21 23 78
611 E. BROWNLEE ST. NEXT TO CITY FISH MARKET
KHBrannon 9-0-18. Hurner
PHONE 964-8914 5.4-14, Perry 2-4-8, Lelno 1- IAI.Ko.

3-5, Grayson 2-0-4, Hender ,
son 1-1-3, Burke 1-0-2, Turk- .
NOW OPEN nett 1-0-2. Totals 221256.

TTBaker 11-5-27, Davis 5-
5-15, Tryon 5-2-12, Baker 3-
1-7. Walton 2-3-7, Lee 1-2-
InBBBBBI 4, Frazier 1-0-2, Coarsey I-

Specializing. D p tbll.Beef I 78.0-2, White 1-02. Totals 30-18-


.. ( I Movable Suburbs! But Don't Let It Say

Planned by Le\itt ?
*Pork Chicken I
Movable singlefamilyhomes

in the $10.000 to $16.- Goodbye"
000 price range will be devel-
oped into communities by

I[ Eat In Or Take OutOHM \ Levitt Levittowns.& Sons the developersof Before You SaveA

The company said that the
I
factory-assembled> homes will
be built to meet FHA and Piece Of Every

other conventional housing!
standards. This will qualify
& SPEc them for areas currently. DollarAt
\$& ) .. zoned for residential dwell-
_4 .. infra it Raid.

/ "They look just like a conventional ,
,15 home but they can
be moved," according to
Levitt president Richard M.\ ,
Wassermnn. Our Hours:
;- Mon thru Thurs.' 9 ..
"Overnight we can create a Q orz.

FOURTH LB. HAMBURGER-454 permanent community that residential resembles com-n Friday Closed- 9 a.m.SaturdayFIRST to :


munity which can exist as '
long as it is needed and then mr II FEDERAL
Wwwswwwwv be moved elsewhere> ," he said.

1 Try Our Delicious Food .chassis Each unit and has wheels its own for movement axle.- lI.IlIJ.. D.i011 wwL Savings and Loan Association of Starke

but can be placed on r
permanent foundations. Stark. Florida.

I Today For Lunch TELEPHONE 964-5000
"The House Of
Savings 395 W. MADISON ST.
.)c .:'.CI(( IC ,oxo sm lJLtW
., Ten per I cent of U.S. fam-
ilies are headed hv womt-n.


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6 Earn Raiford Prisoners Print Bogus Drivers LicensesFlorida

Highway Patrol of* cla Smith, 29. of Buffalo N. side the prison operation and none of the false
Straight A 8 A flclals have thwarted the second Y., and Stanley Irwin 37. of Superintendent> Lawrence licenses left the prison.
counterfeit driver' 1igenee Washington were placed In the Diner said that Smith and Irwin -
operation at the Ralford prison's maximum security unit both serving life sentences King said the counterfeit permits -
(From Page l 1) within a year accord- last summer. H. said the for armed robbery In Bro- which are worth about
bee and Dwtette Rodrigue have Prison to Capt. Jack King:, head Highway Patrol had been bolding ward County; were working In 925 each on the outside are
Ing the prison print shop at the in demand tor use as false
made stralght-A's for the entire -i the patrol' Inve.tlgad"secUon. off disclosure of the Incident -
'year 10 far. of in hopes of finding the time of the Incident. He said Identification by persona writIng -
The 100 A-B honor roll students persons who planned to sell the men were detected before bad checks, or for use
by grade and group are rL King said that William Frav- the counterfeit licenses out they completed the counterfeit by underage drivers.

Group 6A: Mathew Box, Cyn- .
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Brenda Sept Lori Stinson, and
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Janet Diane Crews.Boyce Neva Terry Flynn Carver, De- i SleepingRoom for Winter Visitors :

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GUAANTHSATISFACTION
Group 7A: Eddie Akridge. ; LIVING COMFORT
Emma Allen, Lucy Bradley,
Gina Brown. Tina Brown, Lisa Commissioner DoyU Connor right, congratulates Bradford's outstanding ogrlculturomon -
Ekard Eollne Green Payon (I.r) Stat. FFA..Pretldnt Jimmy Alvarez, Outstanding Young Ag Teacher
Hawkins Ruth Hazen Denise David Smith and Stoto 4-H Council President Walter Prevatt.
Hersey, DwIght Hewitt, Phyllis -
Holllngaworth. Toni Keith je 1ii y
Helen Lee Lynn Moxley, Briar '

Sapp Patray James Lynn Starling Pierce I Kim Susan Ten- Conner To Fight For Agriculture. tll _uto r rI

ly Arnold Thornton, Cynthia j
Thornton, Leonard Kenneth American farmers make merce makes for a strong, united This .......11. living room
Whitehead and William Page. up (From Pago 1)) community, he said. group feotwr.1 built.In .nd
only five per cent of the country toble.: with "high paean
Group 7B; Martha Adklns 'I population Conner said What Is needed In Floridanow The chamber now has over' ?y ti laminated: : plaitfc top. with
Cindy Bryan, Beth Davis Anthony /the ,look and lo.l ol ilal..
Franklin Ellen and produce the food and fibre Is a favorable political climate 200 members. Carter noted. r Club chair h.. ..avertiblepolyurothana fl
George
far In excess of the need and a favorable tax structure foam Mat' cvihlan.Tier ..
Jay Godwin, Richard Hall. JackIe Retiring President B. F.
of the other 95 cent.
per Conner spoke
Hammond. Julie Hazen he said. (Bud) Mizell Jr. touted CC: '
6 'jDteee Roc
Americans are the best out In defense of the Green ee
In his farewell
Hines Elaine executive
Walsel Moss Myers ""
housed best fed nation on the Belt Law which he said, requires 77WL Group Includaii "p
Sherry Petteway Daniel Rid- speech. "We have a pro- Sofa B.d / Cocktail' T.bl.
that farm land be taxed
dick Mimi Scott, Ellen Sharpe face of the earth. Conner says. fessional," Mizell said, add- Club Chair Room Dlvld.r 95
It keeps farmers In OPEN STOCK PIECES
from such. 9
$19
a.
Eugene Tanner, Donna Thorn But the 22 legislators them ing that Myers made his yearas .P.. loMwi Otoup $U9.9' Built-in End Tables 2 Matching Pillow. Compare Bf
three he said
County have only business, keeps
Dade ;
ton, Mary Trehern, and Pamela president "a short ;year.I .93
loom DIvlOK' .1 :34 $22995
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weeks supply of food on the from being driven out of business Th. cocktailfeature 'tab! and room dlvld.rigged
Chapman. didn't expect It to be. Cotki.il.. ,.,. $ 14.9 r" \ sturdy drum conitrucbeautlful -
Group 8A: Billy Bell Sonja supermarket shelves In Miami. by high taxes. Listing accomplishments of tlan with walnut color, flnlih..

Biggs Karen Crawford Andrew Food costs only 18 cents of 160 persons attended the 25th the Chamber In 1971, Mlzell
Crews Marlon Cummings Karen every V. St dollar he said. annual Chamber banquet to Included:
Elland, Julie Crlffls. Deb- Russians spend SO cent of honor the county's recently .
bie Hall Cynthia Jackson, Jen- every dollar for food In con- named State FFA President -Making US-301 a target and i MODERN 3-PIECE y p
nifer Jockel, Matha Johns trast. That other 84 cents of Jimmy Alvarez, State 4-H securing directional signs from Arms eowr.d
Connie Jones Debra Jordan, every dollar Americans have Council President Walter Pre- the Department of Transportation SOFABED with n""
Deavelyn Mathews Darrell left over goes for the extras vatt, and the State's Outstanding for erection In Callahan M.rllh
Moody Leonard Moore Mar- Americans have grown used Young Ag Teacher David which has Increased on GROUP tUr r ,
tha Newman Larry Reed, Ro- to enjoying he added."That's Smith."I Bradford's! main highway.The .
ale Richardson Danny Strick- makes this wonder If you people really Chamber's new year- ,p. Rw.ralble Arms lift to nv..l
what 9TORAOa COMPA RTMENT
land Laura Thomas Jenny understand what It means round membership drive which Cushion ,
.
Tomlinson and Linda Williams. country'properous.Each to have two of 100 ag officersIn has netted 50 new members. and combo"0"*ablMarllt In.. army"N tableahroN
Group SB: Emmett Bright. ttme'the population Increases the entire nation as presidents -Establishment of a downtown pla.tle top onarmt II/ts for stop e
Gall Davis, John Kilby, Joanna by-one million In the of these two great organizations Improvement committee for lep.nd.d and tabto.tlInctudest .fop co_. Makn bed In Ncond.
Knepper Lily Pearl Lee, La- U. S.. It takes 270,000 more ," Cormier stated Starke which will continue to Poem Nat end
vern Marks Beverly Men?, beef cattle per ;year. 133,000 "It's a tribute to parents community be active In 1972.Relnaugurating. back Matching "Combo I I OO3Z
Donna Page, Gary Reddish Liz more swine and 25,000 more and even more to the taxi $19995 coffM; table endetor.p. r
a ser .
dairy cattle to satisfy the demand choitINCLUDED
Scott, Wayne Scott and Gloria .
The vice In Starke. I
banquet was keynoted to
Strickland. 0 Sofb.d Colon.
of 97" '
-Printing of a new City
"They don't realize what It agriculture. The three young Starke and Starke- Matching Arm Chair Compo ., $22995 0 eelge,, 1I,0wn''
a new
will take to>teed 250 million honorees were Introduced and map
To Address brochure Combo Table Copper ,Olive
Bradford County now
people In Just a few ;years each received a plaque.

Baptist MenDr. and time,300" Conner million said In of my the life-big- Chamber Executive John well-The distributed financial: success of the Bic II.IIf1Ii: Westinghouse
One Sunday Myers acted as master of ceremonies 5th annual calf scramble and @
John E.Johns, presidentof city Issue legislators of the Miami Herald requires for the Chamber's 25th the effort to make the scramble N.e IuCN/Snipe ee N.e.e
Stetson University, will be 350 acres of cut timber anniversary banquet. He introduced self-supporlng In 1972.
guest speaker for Men's Day he added. Strawberry Queen Anne -The Chamber's clearinghouse
at First Baptist Church In Terwlllegar who was present. service for the summer 14 Cu. Ft "FROST FREE"
Starke Sunday morning Feb- "Try to explain that. .
employment of 25 to 30 young r
Maxie Carter Jr., Florida .
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Deland, where he has servedas common Interests/. : ". 1972." ,. ty'* .several automobile. grave. 4 NO EXTRA CHARGE' ..
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League Leading Union Tigers






OP Edges 6968To Split With Hornets "





Knock BHS

1
Suwannee Valley Conference leading

Union High basketballers split two close i.i.Ii

games In the past week with Class AAA

From RaceBradford state ranked teams beating 11th place

. Loop Santa Fe High 75-72 and losing 6460to

13th place Hawthorne.The .

unranked Union Tigers rallied In

the second half Saturday night in Lake ,
cageri upped their points 69-66, with just a few using a full court press to
seasonal mark to 9-7 with two seconds remaining on the clock. harry Orange Park and hitting Butler to upset Santa Fe's Raiders But

wins and a loll during the BUS took the ball down qulcklrom inside and out. But OP Tuesday night in Hawthorne the Hornets h17: {f5.
week.
half court press toppled the Tigers who

Over the weekend, the Tor- couldn't catch up even when Hawthorne's
nadoes edged Belles 80-77 before -
losing a 69-68 heartbreaker leading scorer fouled out.

to Ornage Park Satur-

day night In double overtime. 14-4 for the baskets the
Lake Butler, won game for the
Tuesday night the Tornadoes season still holds the number Hornets. Lake Butler held a
rebounded from defeat by blastIng one position In the Suwannee seven point lead at the first
a hapless Buchholz team Valley Conference race with of the fourth quarter but cold

78-56. an 8-2 record. Two of the Tigers shooting and tight defensive playon
The loss to Orange Park was 1I; four losses have come the partof Hawthorne' spelled rr J's
a costly one for the TomKdoesas ;f : In overtime. Lake Butler the difference. t
It knocked Bradford out of F dropped a game earlier this Hawthorne held Lake Butler's y
contention In the Florida Star season to Santa Fe In over- number one scorer Ronnie
Conference race.Bradford's time. Mack, to only four points In

Coach Mike Sex- Next Thursday through Sat- the final period."Hawthorne .

ton said that the Tornadoeshad w1 urday Feb. 9-12) the Tigers
will be competing In the con- did a good Job
a shot at the conference ference tournament at W l11s- shutting Ronnie off from getting -
crown If they could have won ton. Lake Butler will be favored the ball," Thomas said.
the game. "If we would have ,,, to take the tourney.. Things started out bad for 1 "'
won, Orange Park would have the Tigers from the very outset
had three losses and Bradford "It will be between Lake But- of the game. With only

four. ,r' ler Hawthorne Newberry.. fifteen seconds gone In the first
The Tornadoes now hold third Cross City and wnUston," saidTiger period, Alphonso Perry pickedoff
place In the conference with a Coach a Hornet pass but fell and
5-5 mark. "Thats Just how strong the Injured his knee. Perry was
conference" forced to leave the game with

BUCHHOLZ GAME e'f.' cf Lake Butler will play the the injury but later returned!
+ winner of the Wllllston-Cross
Tornado capers led all the? + ? rMdr City game Friday, Feb. 11. In the first quarter the teams n
exchanged baskets until the final
-
way Tuesday night as they bested -
-' a hapless Buchholz team 78- HAWTHORNE GAME minute of the period when
56 for their ninth win of the ; Hawthorne, ranked 13th in the the Hornets exploded for five
season again seven losses. state, rallied In the final period straight points to take a 19-13
Bradford led 18-8 after the to nip the visiting Tigers lead at the end of the first

first period 36-19 at the hair rr 64-60 in a defensive duel. quarter.
and 51-36 after the third period Everette Brown was the hero In the second period LakeButler's

I of the night as the 6-1 guard shooting was cold as
Four Tornadoes scored In heisted the ball four times In the Hornets forced the Tigers
double figures as Coach Mike the final period and poured In Into taking the outside shot.

Sexton played everybody. Able nine points to lead tbe?Hornet During the first half of the sh,. '
Williams had 13: point, WtlJle rally. period "the two'teams traded'baskets :
Newsome 14, Curtis White 13. Brown was the nigh's leading with Hawthorne stiU
,and Cleveland Simmons 10. scorer with eight baskets from maintaining its six point ad-
'Eddie Jackson led Buchholz the floor and five from the vantage. Late In the second:
with 15 points; Greg Yarlett Op's Mike Solomon, 6.10, didn't get. away clean wl'ththis line for 21 points. Teammate period the Tigers got hot with Santa F.'. Caries Grant clears the boards for the Raiders against Lake Butler -

had 14.. rebound. BHS' 6.2 Able Williams ciao got a handon Martin Sidney sunk seven baskets Saturday night. Grant had 21 rebounds but Lake Butler won.
"We had a !good effort from it and wouldn't let go. Williams! battled the taller for 14 points while Mike their outside shooting and exploded -

everybody t,who played," said Raiders under boards all night. Brown tallied 13 points for the for seven straight points As the final second ticked sunk two foul shots to give the 12-footer. Hawthorne then made
Coach Sexton. "We had an easy winners on five buckets from In minute off Green off Tiger
5. a one span. picked a lead back to the Tigers 45-41. two key steals and Brown add-
win. 'We'll take any win we the field and three free throws. Bennie Hudson sunk a 15- rebound and attempted a Jumper Both teams sunk a basket In ed the two buckets to give
can." ,sly Willie Newsome sped the finally got untracked with about Dale Green led the Tigers foot Jumper with 2:00: on the but was fouled in the heavy the final minute of the per- Hawthorne the lead 56-52 with
ball into Henry who shot from three minutes left in the first with 20 points, while teammate clock to give Lake Butler the traffic under the boards. Withno iod as the Tiger took a 47-43 2:50 remaining.
ORANGE PARK GAMEIt deeD In the corner and strlo- period, hitting three Held goals Ronnie Mack tallied 18 points lead 28-27. The lead changed time showing on the clock lead. Lake Butler's Green and
last basketof while holdIng for the losers. hands In the final two minutes Green sunk both tree throwsto
took Orange Park the entire -' ped the nets for the and four free throws In the final period. Hawthorne Mack then added two quick
plus two overtimes the night which left BHi BHS scoreless to end the An eight point burst In the until Hawthorne held a give the Tigers a 32-31 lead exploded for 13 points Jumpers from outside to tie
but the game.Florida, Star Conference down one point 69-68 first period with a 14-12 lead. final minute of the game while 31-30 lead In the final secondof at the half. while holding Lake Butler to the game up again 56-56 with
contenders finally edged Bradford's holding the Tigers to only two the period. In the third period the two only five to take the lead Re- 2:15 showing on the clock.
The Tornadoes outshot O- BHS hard under the
Fighting Tornado five fought teams traded baskets In the nette Slater ripped off two For the next minute both
Park from the field, sink- baskets again and gradually matched
range evenly contest.
straight buckets to tie the
The game teams had ample opportunity
69-68 here Saturday night. ing 28 field goals to 20 for the four lead 24- Insurance ;
opened a point Conner Forward Mark Sidney finally up 50-all with 4:18 remaining but the
Tornadoes fought hard to over- to score Tigers justcouldn't
Raiders. But Orange Park hit 20 Able Williams' three
on tied the 41-41 for
OP" height advan- game up Green then sunk a 12 foot put the ball throughthe
come great 29 of 40 free throws, a 72 baskets two when he rebounded
but the battle under boards on the Hornets on a 10 foot Jumper jumper to give Lake Butlerthe basket. In the final min-
tage cent and that won and put the ball back with three minutes remain-
per average up
LeadConner
cost them, many fouls and that Holding Firm lead 52-50 with 3:51 re- ute, Hawthorne ripped off two
In the game. and one on a 15 foot set shot. Ing in the period. maining. The lead didn't last TIger
the over-all difference quick lay-ups following a -
was The smaller Tornadoes bat- Curtis White rebounded and put Lake Butler came right backas for long as 6-6 Reggie Fort turnover to break the deadlock
the game. tled mtehtilv under the boards one basket back up and doorman Faron Dukes and Perry both tied the game up again with a 6056.

BHS led most of the way with OP's 6-9 Mike Solomon, Willie Newsome contributed Insurance took a firm the haIr 31-21, Jay Godwin
It 6-6 Ezzard Sapp, and 6-4 Sam a basket. from the top of Both teams added tour points
by three to five points. was hold on first place In the Ban- led Conner's with 18 points
29-24 BUS at the half and 47- Solomon. Able Williams and the key.. tam Basketball League with while Ken Hampton and Charles In the final 40 seconds as time
third Curtis White had 11 rebounds The Tornadoes kept that lead had Goodman'swas ran out for the Tigers. Lake
44 BHS at the end of the five straight victories,one over Jackson each 14.
period.OP each for BHS. Bernard Williams and a basket from deep In the their closest rival, Starke led by Carl Hamm with 19 Butler fouled Intentionally in
came on strong In the had 6 rebound Willie corner by Henry at the last Builders'. points while Jerome Wilson had S_ the final seconds of the game,
fourth period to outscore BHS Newsome and Vernon Barber second gave' BHS a 31-24 halftime Wednesday January, 19, saw but the Hornets made the char
20-16 and gain a last minute 5 each, Maachl: Henry, 4, and advantage. BHS outscoredOP Conner's take on Koch Drugs 11.Monday, Jan. 24. the first ity shots to end any hopes of
55-56 tie ball game. Raider Danny McKlnney 2, 19-10 In the second period.OP and win 79-53. Koch played one game saw Goodman blow Koch's victory for Lake Butler
Jenkins bucketeda fought back In the third In defeat out of the 70-37. "Considering we were play-
guard Eugene Each team has four men in of their best games gym: ,
driving lay up to gain the tie Willie Newsome quarter, gradually trimming the but the 43 point performanceby Carl Hamm had 27 points and Ing at Hawthorne and had an
double figures. lead to three points while out- off night, as we did. I thought
with only seconds left on the BHS 18 Curtis Conner's Ken Hampton was Keith Carter had 22 for Good "
led with points,
clock. scoring BHS 20-16. The Tor- Jerome Wilson chippedIn we played a pretty good game,
Just too much. man.
White had 15. MalachI Henry 12,
nadoes maintained a six point Thomas said
BHS Itself catch had
found play Ing 13 and Lee Casey eight
up ball In the two overtimes, and Able Williams. 11. White just. advantage until OP started As usual, the game was closeat points. Harold Leverson had 19 "We shot only 30 per cent
however, as OP quickly buck- a six-foot sophomore line pressing late In the third per- the end of the half, 3027In points to lead Koch's: and Wade In the last half. Wo've been
the starting "
eted three points In the open- worked the into weekend and turnedIn Conner's favor. But then WInkler helped with 10. The d3lnj a lot better thin th.it.
iod.The
Ing minute of each over time.Bradford's up over extra effort seemed to Conner's poured It on scoring score was close at the half
Vernon Barber outstanding performances for 21 points In the third quarterand 3428. Score by Quarters:
sank a free throw with 17 sec- his age and experience, said charge up the Raiders. With 28 points In the fourth. In the second game the two h
BHS ahead 43-35 Ezzard Sapp
Coach Mike Sexton. White had Koch's could score but 28 pointsIn top teams Conners and Buildera' Lake Butler- 13 19 15 13 -60 hi
onds left In the first overtimeto 15 points and 11 rebounds against hit a free throw and sank a the entire second half i
gain a 61-61 deadlock. Bar- Opand 16 points and 12 layup then Haltwanger hit one Jay Godwin chipped In 17 for met again. Hawthorne19 12 12 21 -6t
ber missed the first of two rebounds Friday against Bolles. of his deadly set shots from" The last they met Conner won'
Watkins and
foul shots, but made the.pressure the side and it was 45-40. BHS. the winners. Greg led the losers a squeaker 5554. It was to bea a) Lako Bu'IerDukes 2-3-7. j
Harold Leverson
packed second one. Had Ezzard Sapp, 6-7. led scoring Haltfwanger was fouled la with 14 points each. different story this time as Perry 2-2-6, Hud:ion 213.
he made both charity shots he for the night, hitting 21 points shooting a few seconds later the league leaders romped past Bantam basketball all.stars are (l l-r front) Bill Lundy, M.ick 7-4-18, Green 8-4-20.
would have won the ball and cut the lead to three, 45- Second of the afternoon the second place team 7350.
game for the Raiders. Mike Haltwan- game Fred Aldridge, Carl Hamm, Kn Hampton, and Stuart Ray Stewart 204. Totals 231454. -

for BHS. ger, the deadlyfreethrowshootar 42.BUS' Willie Newsome returned team saw the Starke league's Builders second, place downGoodman's tremendous Ken Hampton 47 points pumped,Just three In a burn: (In rear) Lee Casey Keith Carter, Jim Pravatt, .

OP Jumped to a quick four had 18 points shots.with Haltwanger 12 com-- the favor, hitting two 5144.Goodman's short of Builders' total. Jay Jerome Bass, and Wad. WinkUr. HawthorneSidney 7-0-14, M.
charity
points 65-61 ing on also had 20-25 foot set charity shots, and opened the took the lead at Godwin added 10 points, Charles Brows 5-3-13, Fort 408.
advantageSoloman a
lead back to five 47-72. Then Jackson 9 Bill! Lundy 5 and
second shot from the side on which he the end of the first quarter Brown 8-5-21, Wortley 102.
hit a 15 foot set shot for the Is deadly. Mike Solomon, 6-10 Halttwanger hit another basket 14-7. but trailed at the half Rowland Cummings, 2. Fred Bantam All-Stars Head To DelandThe Slater 306. Totals 28861.
first two points. BUS' Willie under the from the side to close the lead 2318. Fred Aldridge led Builders Aldridge led Builders' with 18,
had 11 mostly \
Newsome fouled OPs Mike points and Eugene Jenkins to three points as the third with 33 points, Jim Pre- Jim Prevatt had 13, Tony WIl-
Haltwanger in the act of shooting basket guard period ended 47-44. BUS. vatt had five. Carl Hamm with liams 10, Dwayne Cummlngs.S, will Its first Saturday SANTA FE GAMK:
10
had play
points. Bantam All Stars 10 game
led and Stu Rayburn 4. The number "13" proved
and Haltwanger deadly 15 and Keith Carter with 14 10 unlucky -
from the free throw llne.hlt Jenkins played outstanding Sophomore Curtis White hit Goodman's. On Wednesday, January 26, boys out of the Bantam Bas- morning at a.m meet- for Santa Fe liairUay: ;
inn of the Deland
two charity shots. ball for Orange Park In the on a short hook and Willie New- On Friday January 21,Starke Starke Builders trimmed Good- ketball League, will travel to one teams! night as the Tigers rallied in ,
closing minutes of the game some added two charity pointsas Builders took Koch's 5340. mans 4538. Deland, Fla. Saturday Feb. 5, All will be played In the second half to derail the
gunws
MalachI'Henry kept the Tor- and in the two overtimes, driving BUS opened) the lead to Jim Prevatt with 23 points and Fred Aldrldge paved the way to compete in the Deland Junior the Deland Junior High School 11th ranked Raiders 7572.
nadoes In contention with two through the BHS defense seven points, 51-44, as the final Fred Aldridge with 21 were the to victory pumping In 22 Boys Invitational Basketball Gym. This year's all star teamIs Lake Butler's victory snapped
quick baskets. BUS got within well lie hit a lay up at the last eight minutes opened.But high scorers for the winners. points Tony Williams chippedIn Tournament. composed of the following a 13 game winning streak for the
two points, 65-87. with less second to tie the game 5656. again Orange Park closed] Harold Leverson with 14 was 10 while Jim Prevatt had 9, This tournament Is spon- boys: Jim Prevatt, Ken Hampton visiting Raiders and was their
than a minute left in the second in gradually. Sam Solomon got high for Koch's while Wade Carl Hamm was high for the sored by the Deland Recreation Keith Carter, Fred Ald- second setback in 16 gamus.
overtime on Henry's first The win left Orange Park the ball under the basket and WInkler and Greg Watkins losers with 16 points, and Department and Is sanc- ridge, Wade Winkle Stu Ray- Santa Fe held a commanding
shot, a shot basket from the with an 8-2 record In Florida put two on the board.Mike Haiti helped with 13 points 'each. Jerome Wilson had 12. tioned by the Florida Junior burn, Lee Casey Jerome WU- 41-29 lead at the half, but It

side. Star .Conference play and! 11- Builders' had led at half time The second game saw Conner Boys Basketball Association, son, Carl Hamm and Bill was not enough as the Tigers
Henry was fouled In process 4 for the season. OP is con- wanger added two of his char- Insurance bunt Koch Drugs 81- of which the Starke Recrea- Lundy rallied behind a full courtpre sIn
he made the ity shots Tall Mike Solomon only 16-14. the final two period to
of shooting and tending with Fernandina for the 44. tion Department Is a member The Invitational Is a worm
resulting charity shot, bring- conference lead.It bounding more points by bell Ken Hampton with 36 points for the District Tournamentto upset the visitors for the sec-
ing BUS to within one point was a crucial conference and putting the The following game of the and Jay Godwin with 25 paced The tournament will be com- up be at the sam site on ond time this season.
66-67. Then Henry was called loss for Coach Sexton's Tor- back up from right under the afternoon saw Conners win the winners attack. Greg Watkins posed of eight teams: two from February 19. Winner of the Again, 6-2 center Ronnie
for fouling OPs Enard Sapp nadoes, leaving them an even basket. their ninth game of the season led the losing Koch team Sanford, two from Poland one District will advance to the Mack: was the big man: for Lake
under the Raider basket while 5-5 mark In Florida Star play That closed It down to 55- by downing Goodman 5545. with 21 points while Harold from Ormond Beach, Cocoa State Tournament to be held Butler, grabbing 18 rebound.
battling for a rebound. Sapp and 8-7 for the season. 52 with 1:36: left In the same Conner's broke on top after Leverson had 11 and WaJe Wln- Beach and Starke. The tour- In Cocoa. Poland Is the defending -
sank the two charity shots and An agressive BitS five opened See the first quarter but Good- Friday Feb.4.Starke state champs. ($.. page 10)
( page ) man's closed .to 10 points by ($., page 19))) ney opens
OP widened Its lead to threeS a 12-4 lead In the first period)
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Essard Sapp was fouled by BOLLES GAME
Curtis White as the tall Raider Bradford slowed down Holies' extended their lead to seven and made one of two foul shots nlghf contest earned a startIng -..
r'hI shot from under the basket fast break In the second half 31-24. before the Tornadoes to extend Bradford's lead to position this week by OilIng -

and Sapp sank two free throws Friday night to edge past the caught fire again. three 7875.With In position vacated by the
to make It 55-84 BUS host Bulldogs 80-77 for a Florida Able Williams then ripped only 12 seconds remainIng Jimmy Ricks.WiU .
I, BBS got the ball then but Star Conference victory. off three baskets to.narrow In the game Bolles' Steve moved up from Junior

? lr -! F yly Malachi Henry was called for Malachi Henry sank three of the margin to three, 33-30. Hand was fouled while attemptIng varsity; team following the
f X99 sr. t i; charging. That turned the ball tour foul shots the finalseconds as the Tornadoes came whirlIng a lay-up. Hand made both Chrll lay-oft

over to OP, but BUS stole the of the game to give back. foul shots as the Bulldogs closedto "He did a real fine Job for i
ball tact. as Curtis White deflected Bradford finally took the lead within 7877. Smtnn.
it : Bradford the three point mar- one, u*. acid
: the OP pass and Henry again with 1:06 remaining. Into Bradford put the game on '.W. bad a real. good night,, I

i grabbed the. loose ball. amend gin.Henry scored only four points period as Vernon Barber Ice with six seconds remainIng shooting and our itartinglive I
EllS banged down In Friday night's contest. How- sunk a 20 foot Jumper, to give as Henry sunk two more ail ud a good Job. The hey I

l/, i vL I" again a Tornado player. was ever, half came at a very appropriate the Tornadoes a 36-35 advan- foul shots In another one-and- to the win, though, was the I

called for charging time- with six sec- tage.The one situation. effort we got from off the
The ball went back to Orange onds left. At that time the Junior early going In the second Though It was Henry's foul bench. Danny McKinney and
;Park but Esiart: Sapp was popped/ In two free throws half was much a repeat of shots which spelled defeat'for Vernon Barber came Into thegame
caUed for walking with the bas on a one-ln-one situation to the first as the Bulldog's fast the Bulldogs It was Bolles silo omblned for 16 points.

ketball. The Tornadoes got the sew the game up. break continued to be effective that cashed In from the char When ever you can get this

basketball back with 23 seconds Bradford was unable to cope while Tornadoes continued ity; line. Bolles sunk 21 of 32 kind of effort from the bench,,
left In the game. Willie New- Belles' fast break In the sinking the shots from outside. shots from line for a 65 per '
with It has sot to be a big plus ./nyour
For the first half of the
some threw In court to Danny early going as the Bulldogs tooka per- cent average. flavor."
: = McKlmey and two OP players slim 19-18 lead at the end iod the two teams exchanged The Bulldogs doubled Brad- ;

ganged up on McKinney and of the first period. Five of the baskets until Julian Ditto tied ford's tally of seven points In
.i1 11 he was fouled fay a desperate Bulldogs' eight baskets from the game up 46-all with a 15- the final four minutes of the BUS Williams 9.0-18; Mc-

Ernest Jenkins. McKlnney went the floor came on the fastbreakas foot Jumper. game. Ten of the Bulldogs' 14 '.(limey 3-0-10, Newsome 3-2-
Seconds later Curtis White
to line for two shots; he made Bradford's point/ man was points came on free throws. :3. Williams 8-0-18, Henry 0-
the first, making It 56-54 with unable to slow down Bolles' Upped the ball In the basket Bradford had a hot hand from -.1-4, Barber 408. Totals 37-
BUS on top but missed the running game. to give Bradford the lead for the floor, sinking 48 per cent 680. .
Sheldon Hodg. and Ivory Jones work hard on the Baby Tornados full court winning second charity; the final time, 48-46. The Tor- of their shots. The Tornadoes Bole!! Ditto 5-3-13, Nel-
but it Ineffective game Bernard Williams' hot shooting nadoes then gave Bolles a taste however, scored six
press was against BolU. Th. JV lost 71-5! only son 1-0-2, Hand 11-5-27, Kau-
Orange Park rebounded and carried the Tornadoes In of their own medicine with a points/ ) from the charity I; line, Clvnan 7-11-25,Slader.3.0.6.'Iotals .
Jenkins came whirling down the first period as the senior fast break which produced three compared to Bolles' 21, as 282177.
the court to make Ms same scored 12 of Bradford's 18 quick baskets. Bradford wenton Bradford converted on only six I
tying; layup. The buzser sounded points. to take 61-57 lead Into the of 16 free throws. II I

JV Cagers Top Buchholz with the score 56-56 before Bradford took a quick 6-2 final period.In Bolles' Steve Hand was the
,, BUS could: tot off a shot lead as Williams poured in the fourth period, Brad- night's leading scorer with 27
three quick baskets. Bolles ford's press) finally began to points. Hand sunk 11 shots from H ; Neighbors
STATISTICSScore came back and tied the game pay dividends In the way of the floor and added five points
Lose ToBottes Santa Fe up 5:39 remainingIn turnovers, as the Tornadoes from the line. Teammate Andy
the6period as Andy Glvhan extended:' their lead to 11 mid- Given closely followed with I
Quarters
by :
sunk a lay up while the majority way through the period. Brad- seven buckets from the floor jrz N

BUS- 12 19 16 95 7-68 ; of the Tornadoes were ford outscored the Bulldogs 12- and 1 free throws for 25 I '
Bradford's Junior Varsity; beat the Baby Tornadoes 45-37 as BUS was still eight point OF14 10 20 12 5 8-69 on the other end of the court. 3 In the first four minutes of points. $
had of their 3:57 left For the remainder of the the period.In &s
basketballers one here Saturday night. behind, 43-35, with Able Williams led the Tor- > '
better weeks as they rolled The Raiders rolled over the In the period. Bas- A. Williams 5-1-11,McKInney period both teams traded baskets the final four minutes of nadoes in scoring with nine ; '
over Buchholz 55-47, but lost Tornadoes 77-48 January 14, BHS closed the gap to four 1-2-4. White 7-1-15. with Bolles' fast break the period, It was a complete baskets for 18 )points./ Curtis OTJ"!%
to Bolles 71-59 and Orange 39-43 but Bolles again counteracting Bradford's hot reversal of the first four as
and didn't give the Tornadoes )/points Newsome 6-6-18 B. Williams White and Bernard Williams
the rallied back to t f tt-fa
Park 45-37. the pleasure of Satur- came back with a basket and 2-1-5, Henry 6-0-12. Barber hand from the field. Bulldogs
Tornadoesa revenge them second things within two with 19 seconds with 16 a
It gives the Baby three foul shots to push 113. Totals 281268. In the quarter were close behind
9-12 record for the season "Onight.eam nine points/ ahead 4839. ltd not get any brighter for showing on the clock. piece on J eight baskets. .

to date. We came back never and used gave full up. With 2:38: remaining In the OP- Sapp 7-7-21, M. Solomon Starke fans as Bolles height With 19 seconds left in the White led the Tornadoes In
Bolles had Jumped game Glvhan converted on both with 14, while Able
fourth period rebounding
"
Soloman 3-3-
court Dress. stated Coach: 4-3-U, S. continued to beatBradford's
advantage two foul shots In clutch
BUCHHOLZ CAME A a one-
12.
shot with
11 ahead 65-34. followed
points closely
"
Steve Bushore. Paul Hutch- / 9. Haltlwanger 3-12-18 Jenkins with a fast *
press and-one situation to make the "No thai box
The Tornadoes the team'lleading my -
grabbed line Ivory aop
Baby from the charity; by 20-29-69. White, who was
Ins did a fine Job defensively 3-4-10. Totals in
3:51
their fifth victory this season Jones rounded out the score to break. With remaining score 77.75 Bradford. rebounder and second offer file-the recipe book-

from the Buchholz Bobcats 55- "The. We rebounding only had 14 Is reboundsthe beatingus. :59-69 with Bolles 10 points/ ) the period, the Bulldogs had Malachi Henry was then fouled hlohest scorer In Frldav are in the bottom drawer."
47 !In the BUS
Tuesday night
whole game.It the coach hA basket
gym. from Golden for

BHS beat the Bobcats In One a"BUS' hopped, In front 6-1 mid- BUS and a basket from David Conner Leads
first game of the season 47- Tanner had ended the game
42 and did not let the Bobcats way through the first quarter, 71-61 for another victory for
but the Raiders hit for
seven
Bantam LeagueFrom
take revenge for It. Bolles.
"Fast breaks and the team straight points to push OP in Ivory Jones was BHS's high .
front 8-6 at end of the
working together won the the point man and top rebounder.' STARKE'S'LOWEST
game" stated Coach Steve Bu period. 17 the board ( Page 9))
Azell Sapp hit for six of theRalderl' He put points/ on
shore. "Golden was the key and snagged 11 rebounds for
man on offense and Sewell was eight In the first period the Baby Tornadoes. kler eight .

the key man on defense," Bu- of play.Avaughn. Avaughn Golden hit for 15 The 81 points scored by the
shore said. Golden, Ivory Jones, points/ followed by Eddie Bla- league leading Conner Is the
and Don Sewell were the only high total for the season. FOODS
"Every time we needed a lock and Don Sewell. Blalock
basket Hodge and Jones would scorers for BHS and they scoreda hit 10 points while Sewell hit On Friday January 28 Good !

rebound and break down the basket each. for nine points.' mans Standard Oil had Conner ,.
court" the coach said. The second quarter was Boles had only four scorers Insurance: worried through ( .
Orange Park's high of the 320 s. WALNUT 51';
Early In the first Quarter light but all of them were In double three quarters of the game as SUPERMARKETS
Avaughn Golden and Ivory Jones game as the Baby Raiders ran figures. David Tanner was 'they led all the way going Into

alternately hit two baskets each up their score to more than Bolles high point/ man with 21 the final period.At .
to push the Baby Tornadoes double BHS's 25-12 at the end points./ the end of three Goodmanled 1 a

ahead 8-0. of the half. Foul shots made the difference 39-34 but In the final per-
BUS outscored OP In the
In the game. Both teams iod Conner came back to outscore -
For tile rest of the period. third quarter. 14-9, but It was hit for 28 field goals,but Bolles Goodman 19-6 to take .?
BUS fumbled around and only not enough to catch tile Raiders., hit 20 or 27 of their shots '83-45,victory.: Ken Hampton.. : 'B
CENTERrCUTSIRLOIN
...About 40' .
midway through the D1 {
scored five more points/ .lath*' third period BUS came within from the'charity? line,, c0m- with a 31 point game average, 4 ; =8kSi.IG: rT +
period. Compared to the seven pared to BUS's 9 of 17 charity: ; hit the basket for 37 points. y
five points/ of OP,23-28, with the '
shots. BHS also hit for 25- In the second game Start
points/ scored by the Baby Bobcats -
help of two baskets from EddIe
70 of Its floor shots Builders' downed Koch Drugs
to end the quarter 13-
Blalock. By the end of the BACON

7,Going BHS. Into the second quarter period 26-34.BUS. had_ closed the gap STATISTICSScore 64-45.Koch led at half time 3332. STEAKS STEAK

Fred Aldrldge with 28 points.
the Bobcats scored four 1
Jones hit basket
Eddie points/ In Blalock the first, Golden minute., and But In Ivory the fourth quarter for a to put by Quarters: and Builders.Jim Pravatt Wade Wlnkler with 21.led led ..,11I" I -- I' PKO LB "

BUS within five points/ for the :: :
Jones hit for a basket each to BUS 17 11 12 21 61 Koch's with 19 while Greg 59'
second time of the Later $129 $119 mum
push BUS In front 19.13 with half. BB 21 .15 12 24 72 Watktns had 15. r "!J JIIRM
2:13 remaining In the half.. Azell Sapp and Charles Floydhit I i i ".,IIm :
a basket each and Rick
Blalock Gold- .
CHS- 4-2-10
With 43 seconds left In the !
hit shot from
half Terry Hayes reboundedand Haltwanger a OP en 7115. Sewell 4-1-9, Hayes desperation shot at the buzzer
made a layI to make the charity; line to pish. 0-2-2, Jones 8-1-17, Hedge 3- from over 20-feet out. The

his only points In the game.. 10 BHS'points Sheldon ahead. Hodge hit the 2-8. Totals 28-9-61. basket was good and Lake But- i/ iw is
Then Golden added a basket to ler took the lead for the first su
last bucket of the end
game to BollesJaben 8-2-18 WU- time since the first quarter, I CHUCK .
It 4537.
Hams 5-3-13. Tanner 8-5-21 83-52. BEEF RIB
give BUS a 25-19 halftone lead. Jones BHS's
Ivory was high
Golden tallied eight of BHS's Jones 5919. Totals 26-20-
man with 12 points/ followed '
13 points/ In the third quarter by Avaughn Golden with 11. 72. In the second half Lake Butler ROAST

with one of his baskets In the Asell Sapp hit for 32 of OP'S sunk 51 per cent of their
first four seconds of the per- points with 14 of them coming shots from the floor.

lod. from the charity; line.
The Bobcats scored six
BUS came out with more floor Faron Dukes then added
points/ but the streak was bro- baskets than OP. 17-14, but OP Union Spills a 1
ken up by a basket from Don free throw after missing a lay- ORBIT' ; COMPARE Pantry
had 18 points off the charity
/ ; Mack popped In an 8footJumper I.GllLAU..HD
In up. /
the Sewell third with period.5:11 remaining line compared to BHS's 3. 2 Big Games and Dukes added another Colgate Instant Shave "'.jrs": ; 39 ; Pride IIICIA "*"

Golden scored the last four STATISTICS charity; shot as the Tigers BE E R Pantry Pride Salt 0100. 9c I
stretched the margin to
points/ for the Baby Reds to
BHS 6 6 14 11- 37
end the third quarter 38-36. (From three, 6562. Cake Mixesvsrw: 29 COFFEE
OP 8 17 9 12 t5 Page 9)) _
The game was finally decided sReturn Pk 12-oz.
BUS almost shut out the Bobcats 1 1I
as they scored straight BUS Blalock 2-0-4 Golden with 2:17: remaining after Mack No Bottle :Save ZOc Toaster Pastries Ma.:. 3/95/ I

points/ while Golden hit for eight Jones and scoring 26 points/ BennIe sunk a 10 foot Jumper. In a I Pantry Pride flour.-. 37 I
5-1-11. Sewell 2-0-4, 5- Low Price C
of them. Hudson added another 17 for fight for the rebound big Ted Everyday
LB
the 2-12 Hodge 20.4, Hutchlns, the Williams was called for tra- Bake i r 59 .
With 1:18 remaining In Ttgeri. Faron Dukes add- Fyne Shortening CM 59c
1-0-2 Totals. 17-3-37. @f1
Jones hit for ed 15 and Abraham veling. Williams protested the I ,11I1
game a lay up Perry 12.Lake 89 BAG
OP Sapp 9-14-32, Floyd
BUS followed by a shot from 1-0-2 Butler first took the call and a technical foul was Town Talk Syrup a' 'AI 49c ;
2-0-4. Gay Haltwanger, .
called on Santa Fe. Mack also
line Golden
the from
charity
; lead on a 12-foot Jumper by
six seconds later. 2-4-8: Totals 14-18-45. sunk that foul shot as the TIgers -
Th
Perry. bucket the Tigers
gave r r r r r h
r rii
the to six
With eight seconds: left In a 4-3 lead with 6:18 remaining opened margin ,
the game Don Sewell hit the BOLLES GAME la the first period. 6862. ""
ha SW
last point/ of the game from Bradford's 71-59 loss to The slim one point/ lead did Following the technical, the LIBBY S DfxF DeJfght LIBBY'S .. ..
the charity; line to end the Bolles' Bulldogs was the team's not last long as the Raider'sfast Tigers brought the ball in from
game 55-47 BHS. tenth defeat tor the BHS Junior break produced three the half court line and Faron TOMATOJUICE FREESTONE TEA BEEF

Avaughn Golden, In his top varsity with a 4.10 recordto straight lay-ups and Santa Fe Dukes drove up the lane for a PEACHES
beautiful The basket BEANS
lay-up.
performance season date. once again took the lead, 9-4
scored 28 pointsth the The Baby Tornadoes will have two and half minutes Into the stretched the lead to eight and

Bobcats. Ivory Jones tallied another chance: to beat Bolles first period.A .. putting the game out of reach

10 points/ for the Baby Reds. Tuesday February 8, here. tight defense and controlof for the Raiders. CANS'

Sewell was the high man Into "Rebounds beat Ul," stated the boards enabled the visitors -

rebounding department. Coach Steve Bushore. W. were to extend their lead to Turnovers olaved a ma"lor GOLD HIST
he Jumped for 18 rebounds. hurt playing man to man dotense" eight 19-11, with two minutes part In the win for Lake But. STUAWBMRrSHORTTAKE"eamr= I 1 FRIED+:'t': Golden I Ripe j ROME BEAUTY
The Bobcats had two players but "played a good offensive remaining In the first period. ler. The Tigers only gave the "
In the double figures.Craig game," Bushore also Santa Fe then exploded for ball away five Onus In the : I CHICKEN I

Boston was high man with 14 stated eight straight )/ as the game, while stealing the ball 2 IS 79' ; oe1.49 "AMA8I
; ; APPLES
points Baby Rund had 10. Golden did a good Raiders continued to beat Lake away from the Raiders 12 times "
The Tornadoes play Pa- Job on assists," commented Butler's press with a fast break. with the majority; coming in the __ __!._ _
latka South Friday night In Pa- Bushore. *HMM fMt ssjoiut ''''
The Raiders took a commanding second half. u.remr '''': : '
laths and have no game Saturday Early In the first quarter 27-15 lead at the end of Dukes made five steals and PEAS LIMAS I COTTON ; /

night. BUS took a two point 4-2 lead the first period Hudson heisted the ball four or ZTABLEI I BALLS I ,\ '+ C I !JfJresn (
but the Bulldogs hit for three times.In VI I g I .5

STATISTICS score straight 8-4.baskets to double BHS's. took In the a complete second half turnabout, the game with shifted the second from half a Lake 2-1-3 Butler offense .- ,:-:::3/89'/ I :: 3/$1 LB 4 BAG L8

v Score by Quarters: With 1:43 remaining In the the Tigers gaining supremacyon to a 3-2 In an effortto OVER T.OOO IVMTDAY LOW PRICIS I
first period BUS had caughtup the boards. Lake Butler work the ball Into Mack OOOO 7 RATS A Wf IK. BONUS I 'IISH FLORIDA uA.hwut U.S. NO 1 WHITE
Bas13 12 13 17 55 with Bolles from a basket picked off 54 rebounds In the sun GOOD '"IU... 9 1972. 3 POTATOES 101b.
The ORANG E 5
Bucb1: 12 17 11 47 by Golden for a 13-13 deadlock. game with the vast majority; more )often.proved rewarding change apparently for- QUANTITY .GHTSRISIRY' 0. ..,..,._lACH. I BAG .tar.

Both, teams stayed even until Doming In tile final two. per-
Iodl. Coach Thomas, as Mack ripped ivftrijv low //ciii muri/ir tow met BONUS tanCartons .
BHS- Blalock 1-0-2, Golden Bolles Jumped two baskets In off 11 points.
13-2-28 Sewell 3.2-8.1. Hayes front 21-17 at the end of the A10 point/ scoring burst mid- Alphonso Simmons and Bruce w /M
1-0-2, Hodge 2-0-4, Hutchlns period way In the third quarter, while FRUIT HORMEL CROCKER
the Raiders to two AlUgood each scored 18 points Canned POTATO
8-55.O-I-I, Jones 5-0-10. Totals 25- BUS with started cold the shooting second allow garter points holding/ tied the game up with for the losers and were JoinedIn HAMS FRANKS I CHIP* 'TOMATOISSKINLKSS DRINKS CHILIr ; -
double figures by teammatesTed .
2:08 remaining In the quarter -
Wen Bulldogs to gradually Faron Dukes tied the game Wllcome: and Carlos Grant .twin 29C
Buchhol- Pritchett 1-0-2, their margin to 28-20.
with 11 each. Grant led the
Whittle 2-0-4, Rued "-2-10. But with 1:33 left In the half 46-all Simmons with came a 15-foot right Jumper.back with Raiders In rebounds with 21

Boston 5-4-14. Myrick 3-3-9. BUS had cpme within two pointsof a 10 foot Jumper to give the while Simmons grabbed 10 before i mimr lowmcin mffrsiv-tow.fi/cr'/ iviiroAr uw men miruv tow mat i m r M* tow ma
Cornell 1-0-2 Johnson 2-2- Bolles, 28-30. when hit
they lead back to the Raiders. For fouling out with five minutes .
--' iuviC
6. Totals 181147. for three straight buckets. to go In the game. SCHlCK .
the final two minutes of the (..OVERLEAFROLLS 12CAKEr399l
Bolles cam back and hit Santa Fe lost the servicesof ClNNAMQH
third period the two teams CAPSULES
WWpi
for four straight baskets to r
ORANGE PARK CAME exchanged baskets. Welcome their number one s BUNS
Orange :Park's Raiders push them In front eight points, With Santa Fe leading 52- bell handler, as the guard fouled 12'.3/$1
romped over BHS for the second 36-28 for the halftime score. 50 and the last seconds ticking out with over two minutes re- 10,9 1 ai 33*
time this season as they The third quarter looked like off Bemde Hudson tried ,malnlng. _
a repeat of the second quarter

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I RROOKER in BRiEF"'lBY New 0atory Contest Set For March 8


many hours of hard work in speeches, each contestant will
LINDA-0. COX' Three and maybe 4, lt-gdtord'Nigh preparing lor !the contest, according speak extemporaneously on
School student "\M compete of six TERMITES
to Oratorical Chair- one preselected subjectsIn
I FLAG FOOTBALL championship OPEN HOUSE In the 35th-annual\ rational man Bryce Titus of Post 56. which consideration will be
INTRAMURALS We congratulate members The New River Baptist High School Oratorica.1 Contest::: During a recent visit to the given by the Judges in deter- c::.va l I INVADE ;
Brooker Elementary School of the Braves and Rat teams Church has purchased a new sponsored locally by Vertcan class Titus explained) the rules mining the winner.
'
on their fine performance In Legion Post No. 56. .,- "
tor their
double trailer pas- and regulations that would haveto
ifH l &HS "This Is a challenge of ac- t
the flag football competition Rebecca McMillan, :
torlurn. The Church Invites you be met for students to participate -
right are the teams that won The competition: was a part to "Open House" Sunday, Feb. honors graduate, 'wcl\w to t estate In the national contest complishment. We are very i ;t ;"t ':1 S J.iBil.. ; t, r
.
the school the \pfy contest proud of the young people.I In ..
championship their of the Brooker Elementary 6, from 2 to 4 p.m. Residing level In or which emphasizes the duties {:
respective divisions. School Physical Education Pro- in the pastorium is their new last year. and obligations of a citizen in our community; and wo cordially .. .;
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Top photo, members of the gram. The next Intrumural and family. Rev. and The students will Rjr_t compete Invited the public to tv... .. .. .r t
Braves (boys) flag football sport will be basketball.The pastor Mrs. Jim Countryman, and Infant -. at rpst 56 present day national govern- participate; refreshments will / I
team. 1st row' (lift to right>); following students are meeting on March 8atr30p.m.! ment.In be served by Post 56" Commander : r
Peter Henry Mike Strickland recognized for their outstanding daughter. In the American Le@loh< Post addition to the prepared BUI Scogglns says. .Ii
( ) Ellis TlSEdwardsRoyd.Tilreejudges ) No type ol home "is iofo 'from termites They !t
co-captain Danny (captain achievements In academic SYMPATHYOur Home, .
climb through crocks, through around ..
> Broderick Chavis, Doug and citizenship during t the will select tfjk "tudent joints
heartfelt sympathy, love pipes. up 'into the wooden construction of <
your
Watson. 2nd row: Wayne Ellis, 3rd< six weeks grading period and prayers are extended to considered best qualify tose56fourecontesttln home. Corelul and thorough treatment of the '.
Timothy Roberts, Jack Lefev- Mrs. Jackson's Boom, 1st the family of Elizabeth O'Steen at tl* rtstt-lct DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ground and foundation. with, the right method
ers, David Raulerson. Not pic- graders: Tiny Hodge, Penny who died Jan 16, and was bur- Ocala frfbruary- ; and chemical" ik the only sure way to prevent ....
tured: Sidney Story. Jakab, Brad!,. Cox; and Deb led at Dedan Cemetery on Jan- 2nd.Under the donger of termites
Lower photo: Girls Team bie Polk; 2nd graders Re,,"' uary 18. She was related to the tutelage W Mrs. FREE INSPECTION S ESTIMATES .
(Raiders): 1st row Cleft to right) Mott Drew Andrews, Randy the Polks. Julie Fuller, BHS starch" In- STARKE ;
Stacey Hayes, Susan Raulerson structor. the student< .I'-V
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Starling, and Penny Biggs. Also we extend our sympathy PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE IORIDA.
(co-captain) Darlene Sharp Miss Rh '. Room. 2nd_graders -, love and prayers to the :
(captain), Suzanne Rogers 2nd : :Sharon FusseU. Jill family of Mrs. J. N. Morris s 1ST

row: Connie Dyal, Martha Lew- Hayes, Brenda Wllllngham: 3rd of Concord, N. c.1: who died The college vearbooK le| saId Phone
Is, Brenda Hayes, Matte Fos graders: Deborah Green, Donna Sunday, Jan. 30. Mr.. Morris to be on Its way out. too t"_dIn HEIGHTS 0 ONTROL

ter. Not pictured: Brenda Lind- Marsh, Elaine Mott", and was Mrs. Ethel Douglas's a way but r- sey. Sheila Starling.( grandmother. in putting this potent] for
Mrs. Hurst class 5th graders blackmail In the baa The. boys flag football Champions : Kay Prescott Darlene Prayer List for the sick: your children.
are the Brooker Braves., Mott, Wayne Ellis, Sandi Doug- Morris Dyal, Monroe Barnes.
captained by sixth grader Danny las; 4th graders: David Fus- ____ __ .___
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Ellis. The Braves defeated sell and JanIne WUllngham.

every team they played on the Mrs. Scott's class 5th graders -

way to their championship. : Angle Andrews, BroderIck .. 3 BIG DAYS I
Their tenacious defense held< Chavis; 6th graders: Tam-
their opponents scoreless my Andrews Susan Bass, Te- \ 1&1; L. THURSDAYFRIDAY
throughout the competition. resa Booth, Isabel Bristol, Susan *
The girls flag football champions Raulerson, Darlene Sharp, Et
are the Raiders, captained Alan Smith. Jerry Smith and
by six grader Darlene Mike Starling. 11 FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES SATURDAYWe've I
The
Sharp. Raiders also were Congratulations students!
undefeated on the way to their Keep up the good work.
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CANDIDATES ELECTION QUALIFYFOR @ I III IJ'III: '

.e Candidates who qualified to .
seek office In the up-coming .

election on Tuesday, Feb. 8, Hens'
are: incumbents; Mayor '
Shirley N. Green; Town Clerk Flight Boots ., Johnson's ListerineAntiseptic
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Tommy\ E. Cox; Councilman Hondlonwly ityl.d /
W. Hodges, and George O. comfortafala lee,. / Nail/ Baby, Oil nqn, 1
Pierce. Fln.quolityblaek' / j; A
uathor throughout r arJy ..
5 11 i'lto' 12. Boys alt
Opponents: for Mayor Roy r
Carroll; Town Clerk. Joyce Suede Chukka Booh \ } 4 Oz. 7 Oz. -i.II .

Stokes; Councilmen: Henry Smart styling Tan. Cr.p* sole Como .ia /
Mrs. Pearl Markey was given Harrell, C. J. Stalnaker, R. fart. SUM 3; 6X
a surprise birthday supper by J. Fonseca. Sa I13y. sits +' I
her family on Friday night. The roost controversial Issue -

Jan. 28, at the Brooker Community ; surrounding this electionhas 4' !
1r
; Center. Thirty-three been a Town Ordinance /II'f l-
guests enjoyed this occasion. restricting the selling of any 2uu II
_
Mrs./ 'Matk8y received many alcoholic beverages near the '.
lovely gifts. Out of town guests school, churches and play- Ladies' Hens'Permanent
Included: Mr. and Mrs. Frank ground. The present council .; Ladies '- '
and Shar- feels that under 2 000 feet of Cardigan &
Steve Tinney I Slacks
Tinny, Nylon 44
mon Lashley of Gainesville; these places would be too Influential Pullover Sets y ; x, Press'

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blgham upon our children and e Choot. I fro-s '; t Shirts :. '
Sr. and grandson Kelly, of could endanger their welfare F t a lOO": mrylic. Pullover nylon or olh, _r ifaggbr" 1 '
Lakeland. and their safety.; Furthermore, hOI back ilppar. > rla..Auort.dtVIt. Is Shorl l 51 s'
may prove to be a nuisance to 1 I a Assorted col.. Sits S to Id, r / .1.......
our senior citizens. l art. 34 to 40. Ladies' Service Oxfords Snipes ,
S 10 XL
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS i / r Sere 7 I Whit. Ridged J 10'' '. Wathabl '
Roy Carroll, a local mer- Sd e vinyl' upp.ii. Slid. S so 10.Mens' Sow tlI
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Mrs. Fred McDavid celebrated Jan. chant has recently taken the F st ,,,11.00 / \\c fits rF! l 20% ( tl I
her birthday on Sunday. town to court for refusing to I 1b r
took her out / ,
23. Her chUdfen 't s .
'
issue him.a license to sell i t s """ 1
to eat at Morrison's In Gaines beer at his present location. : Iy 4 I 1 I E I SaU t2 18 1

ville. Afterwards they returnedto The case Is now before the ......... .w/i
the McDavld home In Brooker Circuit Judge George Fatten ..
for birthday cake and Ice '4'8oJs'
awaiting his ruling.
cream. Those attending were The Incumbents: feel that with M60S' t
Mr. and Mrs. Don McDavid, no law enforcement available :

Denise and Donna Mrs. Tarry within the town, due to qualifications ThermalUnderwear Flafael Cotton
McDavld, Barbara and Judy set by the 1971 State Pajamas
from Lake City; : Mr. and Mrs. Legislators which no one u ,r Pajamas Boys't
Henry Whitehead and John from t 100% cotton In !the
volunteered that met
Lake Butler and Sue and Susan these Slate'quallflc tlotu>- Doub'y '' 100% dal'MI' Famous Maker r-popular' curdle
llaflttfl- Notchedcollar.
Parrlsh of Brooker. without the necessary law enforcement Iniulat.d.Koopt boat: Full sue, Dress Pants t ) son ttyllng.. Piping trim.Altartad .

Immediately avail In co'" A.ron d olo Miss Cherie Hinton celebrated able, serious problems could I out. S, M, s print, No.'lIy. Sold to 4.00 Sl... 8 to 16. ':
Friday Pr. Solid. & '..nrl... ,
her 16th birthday on arise from seasonal workers Land' XL.
Jan 21. She and a few :t\, 38 R.a. & Husky tlia. ..
,
and other outsiders that drift t,1b d 7101/, 23 to 30. "/
of her friends enjoyed eating through the town from time few 22% a. cva f4% Save 207.
pizza at Shakey's In GaInes- to time.
ville. Then they went on to
Voters should question each @III
LINT OFt
Wl CARRY A COMfllTI
slumber
Lake Wlnnot for a candidate as to their belief
were Miss OLOBI SUMRIOR SWIM PRODUCTS
Chaperones
Issue
on this and any other
= Greep and Mrs. Grace Issues that you think could be '
B of Importance to your own safety / / ..

; welfare and property pro-

PERSONALSMrs. tection. .
Vernon Bennett of Pompano Then give all these careful w l I *,l |. '
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24 consideration and elect 'the n i .i I ; .tuc'rr IMICII. ..
Beach Jan to ''
came < !* Iwtfll Mta.Vritl. .tnt* tl. l.C .
visit her brother, sisterinlaw Town Officials that you think --itllf L.tltt, III .'tlifi'-DI- .
and family, Mr. and Mrs. will best serve Brooker. It I tal iM| l. IMKIM- tf, I 'I (>
Fred McDavld.'She also cameto Important that 'each resident BACK
sXtlSr CtlON CUAKAMTIIP OH YOUIt MONiY
visit her mother, Mrs. Tom vote In this election OfANTITYt.GHli. fl 'viD- >-




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Of Bradford Voters t 'd, .r rN w .; '


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Cast Republican Ballots In 84 N ,? .v )bj f


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The Republican Party was for the Republican: candidate on actual reglslratkwnlhowever C
because. of the division of the p
apparently a lot stronger In
It would mean that about a ttdrri
county In 1921 but accordingto
Bradford County in 1884 than
of the
voters of Bradford County -
It Is today. If Section returns (which The Gaceteer the population -
at mat time Included
of Bradford (which then Included
of that year are any Indica.. 0.0.P, the present area of Union County Union) was 8,112 In 1830.- .
)
According to "The Florida were Republican. Today. the population of Brad-
This Is a tar cry from today ford alone Is approximately, 14- ha'a
State Cazeteer" of 1886-87. / :
when
Democrats outnumber 000, and the two counties together
votes cast In the election of Republicans almost : -
20 to -
would total over 20000.
1884 totaled 1,288327 Republican -
1 In Bradford County The actual -
..
Property values nave grown
and 961 Democratic.
It might be the case,however-* count as of last December much more rapidly than popu-
was 5.933: Democrats 270
lation. The 1888-87 Gaseteer .C ]
as In General Elections today--
Republicans
44
Independent gave the assessed value of all
that voters crossed party; lines, and vice versa and "others."
personal and real In
with some Democrats voting property
If the figures were based Comparisons are difficult the county Bradford-Union)as

,142,909. Today, the total of
all property; (real personal

ebiTORiAlS railroad and telegraph) totals ]
$83,485.103 in Bradford County
alone'
,The total tax levy In 1888-
I Ir: t.] 87 was 10 mills (county; and
state 4* while today's mlllage i
Is 19.107 (cftunty commissionand .

school board), with no ad
Fun For A CauseWe valorem tax levied by the state :.
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Lake Butler was the county rix 1y
seat; and county officers as r 6A
lay no claim to proficiency in part as Charley Brown. Jim O'Nlel's listed In the Caseteer., were: l.t

dramatic criticism. We judge a stare Linus was really a little boy with a County; Judge J. B. Richard J
production only by how much we enjoyIt. blanket. Gerald Williams turned in a Lake Butler; c.erle.. H.F.York,
Lake Butler; Sheriff; G. W. Shady Scene On Call Street
creditable performance as Schrqeder.The Epperson Lake Butler, Super- i

intendent of Schools J. L. HHI. ... ..
In simple language we enjoyed girls really seemed like eight- Lake Butler; Assessor of Revenue Tree grew right through the awlngs of Call Street but ln..s buildings when a

"You're A Good Man Charlie Brown" year-old girls for the entire hour anda V. O. Scarborough, Lake this picture was taken.. in the early 1900's. Two-story frame building at right! on

Immensely and so did many others half. It was written all over their Butler Collector of Revenue the corner now occupied by the old Florida Bank building then housed T.A. ,.. ..
Bunberry Haynes Starke; Knight & Co., general merchandise store. Light colored bull lllg In the middleof
whom we've heard comment on the posture speech, and costumes.We CommlilionereChairman
comedy, based on the comic strip ,County M.. V. Smith.. Abra-- the block was tne> Starke Drug Co., with the City Barber Shop and M. Leviton 11.1

"Peanuts," and staged over the week- ham Crosby Waldo Alachua taller shop adjoining on the east. .

end as a March. of Dimes benefit per- can heartily recommend the County; J.i Roberta A.' C. ; 1

formance. T esoperformannce s about anybody. Odom The,number Louis Wlftovskl.of acres of land ". .

The Peanuts characters were be given one more polished.time tomorrow It will 277,546 assessed, of In which the county 19,123 'were was 'r ,It'i o ,woman's By Martha Sue McCain LETTERSj

played to near perfection. Julia Fuller (Friday) at 7 p.m. In the Starke Improved and cultivated ''.; 1 County Extension IL II. 1

gave an outstanding performance as Elementary Cafeteria. The first 350 Post offices listed In the county t IWl5JLli& Home Economics Agent ,

Lucy, putting her entire self It seemed persons to reach the door will. be were: Hampton ProvIdence," Lake Starke Butler, ,
m
Lawtey -- -- --
into the act. Jim Lawson must be about admitted.The itor O. ;0
Mills and
hg-?
Temple's ,
the funniest man in town and his por- THE WAY AND HOW Starke, Florida his time: In training:and:work
ton. It is
play itself is well worth.the OF FABRIC SOFTENERS Important not to add January 31, 1972 sessions as well as Hbtl.*. lost
trayal of Snoopy the dog, drew laugh According to'the Cazeteert fabric other agents to the water when work to answer fire calls.
Adding from
after laugh from Sunday's audience dollar It will cost, and it will also "The surface Is for the most laundry will give softener softness to your and a rinse fabric softener He provides his own transportation -
This
Dear Mr. Matthews
of the older go for a good causethe March of part undulating pine land and is used. includes bjulng.
most of them generation. nuttiness to all washable fab- In the past two years The to go to fires and pro-
Richard Jockel was exceptional his Dimes to help fight birth defects.Poluthtg.The with the soil clay a subsoil.dark,' The sandy land loam Is rics. Perhape more Important, water'additives.conditioners In fact or any other:, Telegraph has many times featured vides some of his own equipment
though
It reduces or eliminates static fabric pictures and articles of in the form of CB radios -
well adapted to the growth of softener la
effective in both -
and
cling that often makes It necessary the Bradford County Volunteer and emergencyIights
;
cotton grain and various kinds hard and soft
,
water if
shouldnot
to peel away syntheticsand Fire Department In action. We equipment for his personal car.
of fruits. Sea Island cotton Clone be In
used rinse '
I Room water con- for his own
Living permanent press Items are very grateful and appreciate Each fireman pays
) Is with much
staple success taining
grown a packaged water
conditioner. -
annual toes to
this when folding laundry or wear- more than you know, the insurance and "
in county.: Farming ,
lumber Ing garments. Some fabrics no Interest encouragement that the State Fireman's/"smclation. -
is the leading pursuit
longer need Ironing when softener A new type of fabric softener you have given the Department (If 1
Gradually the bad taste violence decries "the Intolerable position into and timber are largely produced Is used; and those that do, can be used In the wash cycleor and feel that the publicity,has No fireman hesitates b !tens-

vulgarity and obscenity; that has engulfed which parents are placed when their Fndt In sections culture Is of being the t coun extensively dry with less deep-set wrinkles the rinse cycle. Compatible been an' Important factor In' 'wer'a call at any time, day ,:

so many movies In recent years children view behavior and bear lan- ty. looked after and than ever before with other wash cycle compounds the success of efforts of the .or night, and receives no pay

seems to be creeping Into television guage being used by well known TV peaches, pears, plums, and oranges Though It Isn't necessary to such as detergents Volunteer Fire Department.As except the grateful thanks of
use fabric softener In these fabrics softeners whose homes or -
usually of these those property
which are brought right Into every wives and mothers
programs to make the princlpaUrults
when -
personalities parents have go up
taught
washload, frequent use Is re- require that you add the fabric vglugtaqrfrWpeyy we feel that has been saved. No one Is
\
the livingroom.l.. :'? them such language is wrong.". \ r "Lakes spring-and raised... rivers t**, VSconunended. If softener Is +sed. ;[.softener to the wash water before there are still many\ persons refused help, fire prob lon Is _'-J .

Occur: In,abundance,'furnUh* ">jvtliUowelSpXor Instance,wh.re"1:-r.- adding detergent ususaY.Q'1Aa t..dfo ojmb\: ,,1tJt re not limited to those who have ,< ,
For Instance, one TV program There is no civilized society; that lag the* county with sufficient .fluffiness Is desirable butmols- dry. ,\'Ihel1 proceed as not aware of the Job these men contributed to the support of: ;
that will soon be released, is so full does not have norms for good con- watered surface."CIRCUIT ture absorption Is also Important Do not pour a wash cycle ,do,or the circumstances under the Deper tint, every calf Is ; j

of off-color material that even one duct. English parents like those of COURT (Fourth skip the use fabric softener fabric softener Into a fabric which they work to provide the answered. Fire, natural dls- <,
occasionally. softener dispenser unless you fire protection that our county asters and accidents receive ;
of the actors who In It has Judicial CircuitSpring term
appears
other lands attempt to train their There are two types of fabric want it used In the rinse cycle, desperately needed for so long. equal attention from these'm..n. ;
Lake Butler the
announced that he will not let his children according to the basic rulesof convenes 'at softeners. The most fam- the manner In which the dispenser The BCVFD Ladles Auxiliary :

children view it. good taste and civility.; Their pro- county April seat:;and the the first Fall TuesdayIn term iliar Is the one used In the Is designed to work. The Volunteer Fire Depart- Is made up of wives ancLmo-, j

test Is basically against the attemptof the first Tuesday In October. rinse cycle. Either dilate with Never add any kind of fabric men receives no financial support thers and friends of the Hire- I j
water first and add It to the softener to a bleach dispenseror from the county, but depends men, and we are veryproud I
small which James H. Baker Jacksonville
The trend Is also being experienced a minority exploits the A. rinse water or pour into the a detergent dispenser.These on the contributions of of the work our men are doing\ I
Circuit Judge W. Owens
abroad. Recently more than media to attack parental standards of Jacksonville ; .State's _.Attorney. washer's fabric softener dispenser features are not equipped to Interested citizens In responseto and take this way of express, I
decency and civility It available handle softeners. a letter which Is sent out ing our appreciation to them
58,000 Englishmen signed a petition Take care not to pour fabric once a year asking for sup for the devotion and sacrificethat 1
protesting bad language and sex on - - softener directly on fabrics as port. A donation of from they give to make Bradford -
The petition' signed by English - - - $10
television. The parents It If however each residence and from better place to
British petition was may cause staining. County a
shows that In
brought-to Parliament last December a democracy there this should accidentally each commercial establishment live In. It Is our hope that
and calls for effective measures "to are legitimate and adequate means for County Agent; News { occur Immediately hold the outside of city limits Is all that this letter will broaden the
defending parental rights as well as ., stained area under cool we ask for, however, response interest of the residents of '
curtail excesses. running water and rub 1 has been about half of and make them
those of their children. How long will I Bobby IIt L.: Taylor wim only Bradford County
By ; ,
bar soap. what we had hoped for this more aware of the dedjcftttcnol: ma
The petition' deplores the "con- it be before American parents also was rewarding to attend the spends Its life on the underside -. Softeners are helpers worth year. These donations are usedto our Volunteer Fire Department... .a
stant use of bad language on TV, show the same concern and let the Annual Starke-Bradford County of the strawberry leaf.A trying. Next to getting clothes pay for the telephone usedto Sincerely, .;* '*: .* .

and the persistent' misrepresentationof television moguls know they don't want Chamber of Commerce Banquet large populaton of mites has towels and sheets really clean, call In fires, utilities of ;:: .
built up by the time the plant a fresh, almost appearance the fire house,upkeep and maln- Members of the B' VFD Ladies -
tribute e
sex and sexual relations It also such trash coming Into their homes'tFreedom' that paid to the Agriculture begins to show a sick or talnance of the fire trucks and Auxiliary. .
of our City and County.; and soft, cosy comfort are the
condition. When this
wilting fire house property. Oleeta Hardenbrook,Secre- X
the basket.
The program recognized: Walter Icing on laundry
occurs It Is best, to get on Each fireman gives freely of 2
tary.
I Prevatt our Florida 4-H .
To RidiculeThe a rigid Kelthane spray pro- .._______ 3
Council: President Jimmy Alvarez gram and get the good coverageof Going grocery shopping today -- ---- -- -

our State FFA President the spray under the leaves. ? Be' your own best friend ;j Prevent Pollution
.Constitutional guarantee of permissive society.; and David Smith our Early detection of the mites, when you shop. Treat all merchandise Help \. t I J

freedom of religion, now seems to outstanding Florida Vocational through frequent inspection can you handle as If you I \
have been twisted around Into' the A recent Issue of a news maga- school Agriculture Teacher In addition of the Brad-1971 save; a lot of money for spray. were paying for It. Place unwanted By Planting A Plant I |
year. and will certainly help produc- goods where they be- .
.
zine that
freedom to ridicule religion. reports some shops selling ford 'County's native son, the .
And handle shopping carts
"pot" (marijuana) are inviting smok- Honorable Doyle E. Conner tion.Another good example of the with long.care. Any loss or dam- Have you ever wondered certainly continue to be vitally y

The sensational success of the ers to "turn on with Jesus" They Commissioner of Agricultureand : need for early detection of insects age to merchandise or property how you as an Individual can Interested in stopping all ,,'

so-called rock opera "Jesus ChristSuperstar" are selling hair clips portraying the Consumers Services was Is the old cabbage looper Increases: supermarket time fight?pollution in your- leisure types of pollution. Horticulturists ;! -

has led to the marketingof Saviour In a crown of thorns, or the featured speaker The record and a number of ther caterpillars costs..costs for which you fine Including you as a home
beautiful
of each of these outstanding the consumer always pays. growing a lawn gardener should strive to Improve -
shorts bikinis sweat shirts and pipes In the form of a cross with people speaks for Itself. ,that other get on vegetablesand These Heading the plentiful foods shrubs and males tic trees environmental quality by .....

other Items bearing the Image Jesus one arm for the bowl and another The significant thing for me worms many can be controlled crops. with for February are prunes and you can fight many types of the use of plants. These plants

Christ. This Is more than a questionof for the stem. was to see the Chamber of a number of Insecticides while canned peaches. Other foods on pollution and have tun doing It. are your lawns flower gar ::

bad taste and advancement of the Commerce which representsthe they are small. The longer they the lists are canned fruit cock- A healthy lawn reportedly dens, parks roadsides, recrea- a
'The Constitution does not Business Community of our are allowed to stay on the plant tall, oranges, grapefruit apples produces enough oxygen each don areas and golf courses. ::
now popular cult of vulgarity. It is guar-
to adult
human
day support an x
County recognize the Importance the resistant to insecticides winter pears canned corn The objective should oe to
an actual attack on Christianity and antee freedom to attack religion, but of agriculture to our more become. In some potatoes Including Instant being. This same lawn reduces enhance the beauty and pleasure ./>
it explicitly guarantees freedom of and Our they glare, heat:, and dust, prevents
its
values. County area. County cases It Is almost! Impossibleto mashed and frozen french people find in their Jobs
religion. It Is paradoxical that Amor-' should continue to grow and get control. fries, split peas, eggs, peanuts! erosion and provides a beautiful and leisure time while at the :s
lean lawmakers have never attemptedto prosper with this kind of support products, and corn grits. background which accentuatesyour same time Improve the utilitarian <.c

The employment of ridicule and limit the freedom of the anti- and cooperation. home lawn and ornamentals. value of our landscapes.
reduces ther-
Local l Thus ;your This
mockery: to discredit such once- religious to attack and ridicule re- Clergy mal, air, water and visual deter objective the deterioration will inherently of ..:
our
hallowed Institutions as law and order ligion. Surely those who wish to con- Croo and animal production pollution. All you have to do environment. a h
be Impossible
the family, marriage police officers tinue with the traditional concepts of Farmers must file their 1971 would without almost the use of some chemicals Honored By'Civibm Is keep this marvelous anti-

the military: the government, and the religious belief deserve that much income tax returns before to control Insects and pollution device alive and grow
March lit if they did not file ClubLocal ing well. Speed Still
church Is a common practice In our protection. and pay an estimate of Income disease. The Important thing' to Flowers, woody ornamentalstrees CC
Is 4 .R, of the
remember the
tax due for 1971 by January 17 of ",They clergymen were hon- and turf grasses have been -No..1 Killer
pesticides.
'1972. If they (lied and peyet&the & are safe the use Right Material In the ored Tuesday morning by the used for years to Improve and fd

estimate, then they are Amount In the Starke 'Civitan Club which beautify unattractive surroundings -
applied
Right ,
required to file the regular Right Way at the Right Time. Joined In Civitan International'sannual thus reducing visual pol- On Highways
The Bradford County 1040 form with other;: supple The label of the pesticide: con- tribute to the clergy lution.l These same plantings
ments. Farmers are those folks tainer has this R informationfor held the first week In February when properly used as screens Speed continues to be the num.
TELEGRAPHESTABL1.'UIED who get two-thirds of their Income and follow the each year. and ground covers significantly ber one killer In traffic acci ;
from the sale of agricultural directions you Read on the label, and Rev. W. A. Hogan pastor reduce noise pollution and air dents In Florida, the IIlghwiIJ'Patrol :

1879ASSQCI'AT products. don't forget to store and dis of the First Baptist Church pollution since they control dust said today :%;:
f,"ffhe Farmers must keep good records or empty and a Civitan, was In chargeof by limiting wind erosion. Col. Reid Clifton, director
Bible on their operations to otainerrproperlye the program held Tuesday Turf grasses for home lawns, of the Patrol said, "Drivers
determine their fair taxes due. ca morning In.the Garden Rest commercial sites, roadsides, who have the attitude that they li!

Be not deceived! God .Inot If you need a good farm record aurant. pastures and native range grasses can drive safely at speeds I
S S mocked: for whatsoever book or a farmers tax guide We are continuing to get a Rev. Hogan Introduced the help minimize water pollution greater than the speed ifinK
E ,
FLOR man soweth" that shall he also Just call or come by our office lot of rain and unseasonalby ministers of the. Starke area associated soil eros or drive at excessive s ,
In Starke. Both booklets warm weather. It Is still too to the 20 Clvltans.jpresent.Eachclergymen ion.Plants regardless of weather or:reW'
I O N reap.-(Galatlans 4,8.) are very good and are available early to tell whether this will nave a brief talk absorb and thus conditions are only I fooling ::

: 5 Ench of us who has grown free. have an adverse affect on our on the duties or his denomination Immobilize large quantities of themselves" ',ycct: '
to maturity knows only too i* e spring crops and fruit and nut nutrients and some pesticides According to Patrol records A:

well that the bad things we trees. Our. .tuna and livestock Clergymen present were and", therefore, reduce soil excessive speed was Die prU*
have thought and done live on, Prevention, or early detection havC' benefited so far. J.C. Brown First Christian and water pollution by such mazy cause In 42 percent ot ..
E.L. UATTHEWS .EaWPvblisher if only in our dreams to haunt of Insects: and diseaseIs With good graslng and supplemental Church: Rev. DeWitt Farabee, materials. In urban areas and 1,453 fatal accidents during tile
and plague us. But. likewise, one of the most Important feeding, our cattle are First United Methodist Church the asphalt shopping centers, first nine months of 1971.
Published each Thursday end entered es Second managemen practices to keep looking good with prospects for Father James Cregan. St. Ed- plants can be used for shadingand "The small amount of time
the thlnc! and
ClassJnottaT at the Past Office at Stork, Florida good things we In mind whether'on .animals an excellent calf crop. ICs already ward's Catholic Church; Rev. greatly lower temperatures saved by fast driving l II not I
under. Act ef March 3rd, 1879. do !live on to bless us-sometimes or'plants. I noticed some two- time to think about next W. B. Johnson. Chaplain at reducing thermal pollution. worth, the danger Involved.*

.Subscription In trade treat 1.ar. $5.00; Outsl,..U in unexpected ways spotted mites in a strawberry year's) calf crop by.ttlneyour the Florida State Prison; Father Ornamental Horticulturists said Clifton "Prlte at a speed ;4
trade. I,.., 1 year, $5.50., when we most need.comfort-, field .last week. This InsectIs bulls ready; for the. breeding John Flynn of the Episcopal and the Ornamental Industry has that will allow jou to 'Iop< fon'B)
Ing. small and hard to see and season. Church and Rev Hogan. been for many years and will any emergency '

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.... .... LAW T E Y SENIOR r mftaaig CITIZENS Community

... ..... -Joe Kerrigan
By' feaaa BlaaehattfCHURCH i

: ACTIVITIES services U ajm. and 7 p.m.i
'j',Grace United Methodistt Sunday MYF e :pan. Choir pracUc. News

: School 9:45: a.m. Worship Wednesday t'yjm.i Prayer wrMO w TSnsuLSA ..w 36

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., Meeting 7 p.m.
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Church of God: Sunday School By Elisabeth Given Walker )) GLASSONETWYROGLASS
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30,1DRIVEIN 10 p.m. Worship Services II GIRL SCOUTS
a.m. and 7:30: PomFamllynl&ht The Girl Scouta in this Greater Allen Chapel AME i iuoliiu
7:30 p.m. Wednesday. area Church, Rev. C. E. Jenkins, ,1a.proMMp
began taking orders '
for cookies
pastor. Services will' begin with uuumuurrla ria'a91
1.1.WayldS
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January 28 and will continueto !
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Highland Baptist: Sunday Sunday School at 10 a.m. Love- X:; .
+dlv
School 9:45: a.m., Worship ser- ,. '. "" '''i : Feb. 5. They will appreciate feast service at 11. Evening m + I'
.,." vices U ajn. and 6:30 p.m. "c the cooperation of the publicin Communion service at 5:30.: All '..RruFAArrY, ,Fln(BAil6wktl b41h SCREEN-GLASS

Show, Begins''At Sundown Prayer meeting Thursday 7 p., Picture- Mary, V. P., Gene New members were Mr. and this order effort.or two.Please give theman members and friends are invited y .hi

m. followed by choir practice. Rayburn' Rec. Mr., Georgia Mrs. Sarrat, Mrs. Ida Coup to attend. Junior Choir FLEX 0-PANE'

FHI.rSAT.FEB4,5A : Approximately '29 childrenand Rayburn Ginger Davis, Ran lln, Mrs. Hollenbeck.Old mem. DELL CHAPTER OES Rehearsal each Wednesday ,, .
house parents, Brother and night at 7:30. Plans are In the ?
dall Asst. Rec. Dlr.
Davis
bers who had been missing
Sister McGowen of Florida.Children's The regular meeting of Dell making for the annual Women rs iU Aiq NENa 1091 MMM* sTDUAIION YAi.iereee
and Joe Kerrigan Pres. for time and 'who ?
some we
Chapter 168 will be held Thurs
Home In Melbournewere Celebration on February 13.All
A lively 60 members of the were glad to see were Mrs. day (tonight) Feb. 3, at 8
1'r Saturday night guest Indifferent Bradford County Senior Citizens Margaret Jackson Mr and All members are asked p.m.to members! are asked to please STAB BUIDERS SUPPLES hI(.
homes of members with this activity.
Club sparked off a colorful Mrs. Hal Hamilton Mr. and cooperate
of Highland! Baptist Church. please be present and on time.
appetizing "Pot Lunch" on\ Mrs. Verne Olin, Peggy and Buslnes of vital importance.
at School omittedon
Sunday
was Jan. 25 at the Pratt St. Cen! Suzy Payne.
Sunday to allow time for
ter. Entertainment Chmn. Bill
CHURCH NEWS
the children's song service and Richards opened the proceed-) : Happy Birthday was sung to The first meeting of the Fellowship
testimony meeting. Followingthis lngs by saying. grace. Mr. and Alex Morton who reached his organization will be
Rev. John Gunter Missionary Mrs. Gene Rayburn and Mr 80th and Is a charter member
year
held Sunday, Feb. 27, at 4 p.m. _
to Bolivia, gave a devotional -
and Mrs. Randall Davis were of our club and was givenan at Allen Chapel Church. The
and .
4y prayer.On welcome guests. Rep. Shaw Honorary Membership.We .
public is Invited to attend.
Sunday evening Rev.! Gunter
and Sen. Saunders were also hope that Yola Vestal
N showed a film on what Invited but sent regrets due who Is 111 In the hospital, recovers Greater Bethlehem Freewill
they are doing In Bolivia and and will be with
to other engagements. The food quickly
Baptist) Church, Rev. Jasper
challenged to become
Missionaries people because there is was delicious, varied and colorful us again soon. We have missed Williams pastor. Each Mon-

b. a for more. and was thoroughly en- her.We Senior day night Choir No. 3 and Ushers
a
have organized
groatthd' Joyed.
Board No. 2 will meet.
morning services
hrI2 Citizens Club In Hampton. Fifteen -
II
Tuesday Senior Choir
night,
dinner was served on the ground first
,. and Martin and family of StarKe, people attended the Rehearsal. Wednesday night.
everyone enjoyed an hour
'r of feasting. and Mr. and Mrs Sidney Han- meeting. We hope for meet-a big Prayer Meeting.Thursday night
; sen of Lawtey. response at our next Story Hour at the Church. The
PERSONALSMrs. Mrs. J. A. OgIlvie and two Ing Feb. 3rd at 2 p.m. Many Ladles Circle will meet at the 1-riT

r Johnny Jenkins, son Robert granddaughters DIanne and Kathie thanks to Evelyn Vaughn for home of Mrs. Sarah Prince.
fie, and daughter Mrs.Jennie Kite of Jacksonville, also her enthusiastic assistance. Friday night the Prayer Band
will attend a
Tommy Rayburn and Lynn Mos- Joe Kerrigan will meet with Mrs. Prince.
cmtMu CENIA.AMNNIATIONU.wwww Lou Green and children of Jacksonville Annual Con
': lailUll IGJ spent Sunday with( Mr. ley of Jacksonville were visitIng meeting of the 21st Choir No. 2 will rehearse Friday !-
n.elnyu.Ay and the
ference on Gerontology
and Mrs. O. J. Anders. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hi!- nlaht SaturdAY the Senior
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams hard, Dyrl and Susie on Mon. Florida Council on Aging In Sunday School Class will sell

PLUS and sons of Jacksonvillewore day.A.. Flemmlng.Gainesville,co-ordlnator Feb. 68. Dr.of the A. Ice cream and hot dogs begin- Announces. A JJp. ;; Ilearance: .
Cove
weekend visitors of Mrs. B. Rosier of Green ning at noon. The monthly Sun- ,,,
White House Conference on Aging -
Ed Durban. and Mr. and Mrs. Springs was a dinner guestof day School teacher s conference -
will give a report on the
L1 Mr. and Mrs. L. M, Mc- will be held at 6
0, J. Boyett and family aftermath of that Conference.Joe p.m. .. .
Mr. and Mrs. G.C.. Davis Clellan on Thursday.Mrs. Saturday. Official Board meetIng -
I will give a complete report
Iqf of Jacksonville were visiting O. J. Phillips and Mr. which will be held Saturday at
\ at our next meeting
and Mrs. W. C. Phillips visited 8 Sunday is Pastoral Day.
her brother-in-law and sister p.m.
-
will be a Valentine Party at
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark ville Leslie on Sunday.Phillips Friends In Jackson are the Pratt St,. Center, Feb. 8, Sunday School at 9:30: Morning ABC Mobile Homes In
Sunday afternoon. service at 11 a.m. Dinner
The family' Mrs. Walter pleased to learn that Leslie at 1 p.m. food Is not will' be served at 12:30 by the
Clean, wholesome
Martin la able to be at home after Ushers. Evening service, 6
gathered at her home only a prime necessity but a Gainesville Has Been Ordered
Saturday and surprised her with hospital.spending three weeks In the basic right to every human be- p.m. The public is invited to
a dinner In celebration of her attend.
ing. It Is tragic that our country -
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bro-
BLUE WATER birthday anniversary. Those ward and children of Jacksonville which sold 7.2 billions Ebenezer Church To Sell Mobile Home On
Baptist ,
In this affair Every
taking part pleasant worth of farm produce) in export .
WHITE DEATH"The visited Mrs. E. J.Rauler-
were Mr. and Mrs. Keith trade last year has a Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor, BIble -
hunt for..Great son and family on: Saturday.Mrs. Class Is held each
W"SIwtI Prater, ,,Mrs. Kern Martin and back log of people who go to Monday Our .
A CMCMA CENTCN FUMS PBBSENWTIOM children of Jacksonville,' Mr. E. J. Raulerson visited bed hungry. In 16 point night at 7. Prayer Meeting each Lot.
A NdnONAL OfMERAL' I'ICTURISIlEUAIII! Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tyson my
TCCHMCM.OM and Mrs. Clifford Martin and presented Sept.1970 at Thursday night. Sunday services -
"}II' family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph In Jacksonville on Sunday. our program first pre-White House Con School will begin with Sunday No Reasonable Offer' 1 Will
at 9:30. Morning ser-
ference In Starke, I pointed out
SUN., MON., FEB. 6, "Many senior citizens are vice, 10:45: with the Junior Choir

7.FLORIDA forced, because of low S. S. in charge of song service.Even-
Be Refused!
THEATREShowtimeWeekdays benefits, to seek help from ing service, 6:30.NEWS : .

Old Age Assistance. This necessitates -
the signing of papers -
7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 transferlng their home, ... '.

U they own one, over to the ABOUTSERVICEMEN

u.TwK 1 ,6 I FRI., SAT., SUN FEB. 4, 5, 6 State.receive Under monthly this program)commodities,they

"'"" FRI ; A 730; which' are a very poor diet ,W..klDd.
:aver. uT7'vi t and are wasteful, therefore, { ; I

-eve 4 Nsaflt! son "SATVA'H'P.M.:*4:40: 'AND 8:20: "' 'we"'propose that food stamps, . : T' .,... boa ". .,._ .". ..' '1-- ? ,' ... .
yne ,)JUt I ne> should be sold to senior citizens : 6 ,
J SUN. AT 3:30: 'AND 7:10T': '..... In convenient'locations Every Model At t Red'fl'csd Pficsii i I "
for the purchase of fresh fruits, Army Master Sergeant Mar-
vegetables and fresh meats vin L, Cruze, son of Mrs. Gertrude -
Ja In 70mm.and stcreoplionie sound! from the grocery store." Cruce, Route 1. Lawtey,

DAVID OSELZNICKSMAHIIAHt Since that date I have attended was recently assigned to the
n.wi. I Milt'HUH the White House Con- U.S. Army field artillery cen-

GONE WITHTHEWINDT ference. Nutrition was discussed ter and school at Ft. Sill, Okla. ABC Mobile Homes
there and factually Sgt. Cruce, a member of battery .-
brought out that one half of D of the school's staff I cafe NW 19U; ar. GAINESVILLE 1 I
the health problems) were related and faculty battalion, enteredthe fit-not ,
ti w, i f Omnr to poor and Inadequatediet. army In 1952: and was last
CLVKK(GABLE Are stationed In West Africa. The

MVIIINLIKJIIusLiiiimKi We have seen programs) on Sergeant holds the Army commendation -
T.V. of starvation in the U. S. medal the Joint Ser-
PLUS ; ( ; ) where people were not allowedto vice Commendation Medal and

OLIVldcIL1LLVNDN grow some green or other has served In Vietnam.His This 'PII mill spend
"IITH'E'FEMALE' BUNCH" ME TROCOLOftAn vegetables because the land they wife, Rosemary, livesat year
jA MOW were living on was put under 311 Memory Dr., Augusta
the Soli Bank program, Initiated Ga.
by Pres. Eisenhower, by
Army Private Eddie J. Lewis aimosl millionconstruction. dollars

the owner. Movies were shownat 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. a
the White House Conferenceof Edgar M. Lewis, Brooker, recently
NOTICETo ; rural completed a seven week
city; towns and areas tracked vehicle mechanic
alone
of elderly living
persons
without transportation and In course at the U.S.Army Infantry

some cases, having to walk School, Ft. Bennlng, Ga. a day aD new
miles to receive a handful of During the course, he was
Owners Outside commodities. During. the Con trained to repair engines,
o Property
ference, newspapers were full transmissions, and the fuel,
of the horrible plight of seniors electrical and hydraulic systems -
living a pitiful) existence. of the Army's tracked
vehicles. He also learned to .
Any Municipality operationsfor
The sad part is that these perform recovery
abandoned, damages, dis-
people are too old to fight.
abled or mired vehicles.
There Is a Mrs. Miller In Pvt. Lewis Is a 1971 graduate
Miami who lost her mind. She of Bradford High School.
Every Person constructing any new is diabetic, pays $100 per month

rent Her Income before the Army Private DwlghtB.Gore, Ule can't afford not I 10.Not
last Increase of 10% in S. S. son of Mrs. Dorothy Donovan, .

building making an addition or moving in a benefits was $113 per month Route 1 I. Ralford, recently completed -
and $6.00 from State Welfare. eight weeks of basic if we all want to go on living the lives \
She was also given a blue cardto training at Ft. Jackson, S.C. were accustomed to. Lives in which we "I-
Mobile receive $20 of prescribed He received Instruction In have the essential electric \
Home obtain building always power
must a medicine also $5.60 per month
permit
was paid for Medicare Total map drill and reading ceremonies, combat, weapons tactics,, we need. At just the flick of a switch. "

Income per year, $1,428. When And that s some challenge to
military courtesy,military Justice -
in the Tax Assessor's Office Court- the raise in S. S. arrived first aid, and Army History us at FPL We Know that Florida is tfrj : + .,
Mrs. Miller found herself in and traditions. the nationsfastest-growingmajorstate F. t

a hole. She now gets $124 per PvU Gore Is a 1971 graduate (more |han 3.500 new residents each

house. month but no longer receives of Appling County High School, week). We know, too, that we have to stay t .
the $6 Welfare check nor the Ga.Hope. +
; Baxley ahead of your demand for electricity.
$20 allowance for
the $5.60 premium fureMedicare. So we re building. Building more ,w

Now Mrs. Miller gets than ever before. Over the next five years "

$20 per month less. She uses Revival well spend at least$1.1/2 billion 1 r t

They must also check the Zoning of the scissors to cut her most expensive Will Continue (almost million dollars a day!) on new st t
medicines in half. An construction That s as much as we've S -
Increase In S. S. meant a drastic I in entire 46-year history. ,
spent our :
Area, not including any Municipality. Miller cut In is Income 83 years to her.old.Mrs.Because Through SundayRevival One and a half billion dollars, gIt's g

a startling amount
of this raise she was T
services at
Hope Baptist
But that's what it takes to
denied Old Age Assistance-
Church with Rev. Bobby
Medicaid in Fla. which comes keep adequate reliable
Britt as evangelist will con-
COST OF PERMITUp under, Welfare. These are some tinue through Sunday, Feb. 6, electric service at your !
of the abuses and Indignities with services each night at fingertips.
suffered by the aged and recommendations 7:13. Special music Is presented Y t 1
were made at by the Church Choir, anda 1 i

,to $ 1000. $ 2.50 per M the W.H.C.O.A. for correction nursery Is provided for in- ". .
which is long overdue. fants. ..

2.00 M ....
From $1,001 to 15,000. per
1,1" One thing that could be done The pastor, Rev.Merle Pack- ;l.. tr ....
1.50 M Is to send out applications and ham, Invites everyone to attend '"
From $15,001 to 50,000. per food stamps enclosed with S. the remaining services f;

.S. checks or perhaps distribution and hear this outstanding evangelist -
From $50,001 up 1.00 per M of food stamps could be who "s in his 14th year (e .
made at the Post Office, bank of full time evangelism. He { re
or some other efficient method Is well known In this area, r p .
until such time as Federal Legislation having previously) conducted a ..
JOHN TORODE Chairman ..
Is passed to provide services at Hope Church, as ..
a $3,000 per year Income fora well as the First Baptist Church ....
Bradford County Zoning Board. single person and $4,500 fora of Starke. and First Baptist
couple. A decent Income would Keystone Heights. i

solve all of these problems) ..

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Issues Warning On Beverly Sills Leads Mothers' State Chamber Says Providence ''l

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Street Use Of Minibikes March Against Birth DefectsBy Tax Less In FloridaFPR.JACKSONVILLE Are Proposed

PATRICIA O'CONNELLThe .--.. ...... .........L........... ..",........ ...ltr""... .
( ) Executive Vice President of the Tentative boundaries to be u-Ji!,
(FPR)...TALLAHASSEE current motor inspection Mothers' March social now IJ. :. Floridians paid less state taxes State Chamber pointed out used for the Incorporation of .
Go-carts: and minblkes are sticker and license tag. In its 22nd year as a ( per capita in fiscal year 1971 "Florida' major source of the town of Providence in west "

designed for operation off the Operators of any motor force against crippling continues child-to .:..::. ;J\bi\};;,,\;, : ::'\;:.,;:;:, than did the residents of 32 other revenue was the sales and gross Union County were approved "I,..';
hood disease tax which Is paid by
roadway and riders who vena driven vehicle must be at least ,\ : states, the Florida State receipts at a meeting In the Providence
draw top leadership. \ I Chamber both residents and visitors to ,civic center last Friday night _
ture onto public streets are in 15 years of age and have a I Commerce recently ". ..
danger of being hurt orof license. Until the operator Beverly Sills, internationally ." '\\1'' reported.In the state. Because the The area under considerationis
acclaimed star, is na- estimated 23 million visitors. to an L-shaped strip starting
running afoul of the law warnedthe becomes 18 years of age, he will opera :" u I.,
Florida have a restricted\ tional chairman of the Mothers' its Weekly Business the state paid about$147 million at the Columbia County; line :
license "
Highway Patrol. requiring daylight March against birth defects ) .1' ,, I ) Review,the State Chamber said in sales tax, Florida's resident on the west and extending! east \oJ-
"All traffic laws regulatingmotor operationand for The National Foundation- ill' I' latest official reports on per capita tax rate is much alone State Road 238 to the ,
not ride motor driven '
may a succeeds Wl
March of Dimes. She t.
vehicles also apply to go- bike rated more than five brake actress Jane Wyatt, who will .'' '" revenue collections throughoutthe lower than comparable states," Intersection with State Road til'M'M
carts, minibikes and their horsepower. Minibike ridersare expand her work with the .. I nation show that Florida Spencer explained. 21; then extending south along .. n
riders when operated on public required to wear health organization as national '_ r O'IP" ...., :':3 ,(.," """; l state taxes in fiscal year 1971 The report stated that per 21 to the Alachua County; line '\J"
an ,
roadways. Many parents are proved crash helmet and eye ap- chairman of volunteer services. ,. .., ':.'". ,. ..' \". ;/ ... came to $229 per capita. This capita state taxes In Florida for The area planned to be Incorporated ..nu
not aware of requirements that protection. Miss Sills, a leading colora- ,.'lft... .." ," "" amount was $25. below the 1971 showed a six per cent increase frill be about 1/2 mile ,
must be met before their Juvenile tura soprano with the New cf' <<' . :' national average and $247 below over the $213 paid in wide through tile present com'J:'
youngsters can legally operate operators violating York City Opera Company, has '.'.'' the highest tax per capita state, 1970. munity; of Providenceand a- :rob\ .
these laws be and ,:
may charged feelings about her bout 1/4 mile wide in the other
deep-rooted
Ti Hawaii, which $472. .
.:. was Florida .
these vehicles .I ranked 12th all
f
on public required to before Mothers'' March. In among
appear a role in the ; areas. It will be approximately
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roadways and are allowing juvenile court and parents could private life; she is Mrs. Peter : : "Although the per capita: tax states in the total Increase In IS miles long from one end of .
them to violate the law," said also be arrested for allowing an Greenough wife of a distinguished rate is below the national state revenue collections with a tile L to the other. ;
Colonel Reid Clifton, director of unauthorized child to operate a journalist. They birth SHE SANG) IT WITH FLOWERS. Opera star Beverly Sills, national average Florida ranked 12 per cent rise over the $1.4 Another meeting will be held ,
the Patrol.! too well the anguish of Mothers' March chairman against birth detects, visits the March ot eighthIn billion collected in 1970. New u.;.'j''
motor driven vehicle. at an early date to future
the nation In total state taxes map ;
defects. Their daughter! Mufly, Dimes Service Program at New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. "
These vehicles must be Hampshire had the rate
highest .
"For the safety of the collected steps toward incorporation. _
12, a bright, beautiful girl, was with $1.6 billion In ;
equipped with headlights a tail youngster, parents should see born deaf. Their son, Peter Jr., Mothers' March leaders are Queens, New York City. She urn" Ronald S. Spencer, Jr.,. of increase with a 25 per cent .).*>,
light, tag light, stop light horn that these rules are met or the 10, is mentally retarded. anxious to build public aware- has organized and participatedin Jump. e e e, ."
rearview mirror and adequate rider must not be allowed to "We used to ask, 'why us?" ness about medical progress in volunteer programs for pre- Shotgun 'Schulti says his : -
brakes. As with all other motor operate on public roads," she says. "Now we ask, 'why preventing, treating and con- natal care clinics at Queens THERE THE HARD WAY!1r ear is missing, but he doein't d'JJl9lt(
GETTING
trolling congenital diseases. Center and Coney Island
vehicles, they must have a them? Medical science offers Hospital '
concluded Colonel Clifton. know whether It stolen,
was
such hope today that other par- This year, some million and a Hospital and arranged n!)

.'{,'._,'"SSSV W V..J...__._.___, ..............,." .............M.S'.ASSS ents, ultimately,_will be spared half volunteers in about 2,700 health education projects for recalled by the manufacturer ,.S..
;:{::,.,:.5.}}ns4iti:8XS; : ;;;: : ;;:M$iWmm:1:1m:: : ;: : ,::: : m:::::: n m:mms::; }: MMm;: :::: these sorrows. March distributing of Dimes bookmarks chapters that are man local is high a district schools.leader Mrs.of Saltz-B'nal -r ...f' company or repossessed by the finance 'Cutrg'If',

Working Chairman emphasize possible environ- B'rith Women, who co-sponsor *
mental hazards to the unborn "Operation Stork" a nation-
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sched-
&| Despite her rigorous child. The bookmark also has wide care
prenatal program .
ule Miss Sills has talked with 10bM :>
;
other useful information about with the March of Dimes.
::m: If the Audi I: ;: Mothers' March leaders in cities steps that couples can take that Mrs Ray C. Freeman of Se- Jt'ly !
where she has had singing en- reduce the risk of chil- has been coordi- nCiiit
having attle, Wash.,
1 t seems a bit foreign to you r 1 gagements these past monthsto dren born with birth defects.In nating medical and nonmedical 1 i
:.:.:.{: ::: learn firsthand how they are a number of communities, activities at the March of .n .",
its because iif directing their energies to over- Marching Mothers will circu- Dimes Birth Defects Center,
111t; ; come birth defects About a late material about Rh blood University Hospital since it
quarter of a million babies are incompatibility disease and the opened in 1061. Volunteers pro f<:- ,
1 1@ was made in Germany. jj1 born with physical and mental Rh vaccine which could end vide many services: typing, 1 I.I I. By .It'll;
damage every year in this this source of birth defects. talking with, and listening to, I
country. For many volunteers,preven- patients and their parents and It I It ESTON. JORDAN >* !I':
She also has met with scientists tion of birth defects is a year- meeting families at airportsand I ItS I'
and physicians who direct round concern. Mrs. Kenneth bus stations when they I S
I I March of Dimes research and Stults of Flint Mich., assists come from out of town. Volun- t .- f, III'ft
_
Medical Service Programs patients at a prenatal care clinic teer registered nurses work directly _- I
around the country.Contributions co-sponsored by her chapter with the hospital stafT. :: : :
from the Moth- the health department andwomen's "The center is geared to edu- 1 I .; .:
ers' March help support these service organizations. cation," she says. "Each fall we .- IUIUI.IMU) : OKIOINATKnAS : .:
....:.. ': professional and She helped plan the clinic andis send invitations to high schools TOpAYS pUBl1CRANSPORTATION t Ot'TSIDE GAME: ..p.S:.
;::: r.;;: public health education, and a weekly "regular." to visit the hospital. The project I.f >.
:;;; :' .
.... .3
.... .,. community service projects. Then there is Mrs. Irving is mostly aimed at making 1 1 ? 1I."lInl. ns we now,snow (he ?
j1J t0= ; Funds also go to The Salk Institute Saltzman, Mothers' March co- them better informed as future i : 1I11111l'ls played insldw a buildinic f : ;.r.
t. in San DiegoFPIu'.Florlda chairman for the borough of oarents." ; This was not always true.i Onyin.illy. :"- sit 55
( the g.une: was pluyed .out- ;; :
M How can a car I I L side In England: ,This "yard" *r'!'?i:::

.. gone" was orlglnatod during the ::9t!:: ,
1;m1; .
have two trunks? FLORID A Timely Note IJllt: Century, according u>.histi I :

..;.:.:..::..: ......:..::. WILDLlFE'A The Tire Industry 1 .." rians. I' .._:
::::::: : / Safety Council reminds I. The l urjHc then n* now was :,. :'
to roll n bull and knock ovor ft* I.s.r.-: :
i1;;11 It's whenthere's i! owners of travel trailers, I I II Ii .; :
easy
: pins ixwalblo with the
many as .: :
:::;::: :::::: :
; truck campers, campingand i 10;" ....
:
Ic.iM I number of roll* A perfa'tgantp )
11 m no enginein @ g_ ?.:>h COMMENTS ON THE OUTDOORSby boat trailers and I .... i : would net u (ptayt-r :3M j
of the three ""
motor homes
We cwt but wotxlrr
:: points t help
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front back. major "don'ts" when it TRANSPORTATION AND PEOPLE if it would IM! uny eiuiier to J
1@ or
; $ M : Dr. O.E.Frye Jr. comes to caring for their The economic vitality of the nation ,centers! 'fti'ore, 'a {M-i-taxi" : g.inie out-of-
3 doors?
m ro tires: ..,
Director the fluid flow people.
rrfyii ; 1. Never "bleed"hot tiresto around We try to make our cuntnnnrsfeel
*'..'....'.. ;r.o: ::: GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION reduce air pressure At present! really efficient systems! of people that they have "rolled a ported AI t.
# >>trlke".t'ry time thiy rti>
ill With urban nines
.. build-up. Pressure increases transportation are sadly lacking.
.. ,, t with! us. U,Is our desireto "t
.Dpsn
.:::: :::: -- :*x::::::': "."y Perhaps the root of the up to 15.pounds, '"'transit in a'lrtaie.oFdecfctfncommut: t!".iq'rf'VeVy'! ; 'tii'C' '"' provide every ctuloftlvr with. ; L'
: ,. ..z .' { \ :' Itdoubtedly'snake are normal '< diiTicuUe. bent in RNvtC' ."We will'
;,- t \> t v.un. !\' is that tioii of tIiejcbuntryrs\lffeifi'; unnecessary ] we only really
problem !
.
; ;: : ...: ": : 't :::: 2. Never overinflate be- be glmf t to our capaAbilAties '
.:.:: r ; ::0.::..... country'and'our : try to understand and accept recommendedlimits in going la and from vork.i'People' are becoming :', demonstrate,
I' yond to serve ,you
fields, forests, and streams animals we consider desirable. in an attempt to hemmed in hy a lack of suitable transportation.
1 1 III offer exceptional habitat for Other problems are not ours transit
for that smaller mass systemsarc
compensate over- It city I
snakes of all types. The average until they directly affect our appears ? ,
person has a dreaded fear a lives. The snakes are not loads. Instead of mak- in the greatest danger of complete collapse. Of
i1t i The mid-engine Porsche {f: misunderstanding, and little or necessary to our existence, so ing matters worse the 258 systems abandoned in the 1)as115 years, 206 asvASx
no factual information regar- we seldom make allowances for lighten the load of the i
of fs than 50,000 population. -
IIIII IIIII ding snakes. This condition, their presence much less look vehicle. No one ever served communities .;war } rtoatoA .., I
coupled with the Impressionthat out for their welfare. needs everything: he ::V. I I.r.
i f MILLER -BROWN the snake Is a creature packs. The new Urban Mass! Transportation AssistanceAct .I.
t i t11 from the dark regions has led One exception to this would be 3. Never drive on under- commits $10 billion in grants and loans to state U.S. 301 NORTH _...
..r.;11 11j VOLKSWAGEN'\ t many people to believe the often the action of the Game and inflated tires. local a twelve period. PHONE 964-7500 i!
: Fresh Water Fish Commission and governments over year
folklore fallacies
: ; $::$ repeated or 4L
:;:: ,;:,
::;:;::; 1 Mile N. Of the Mall :::;:::; regarding snakes.A to This protect protection the provides Indigo that Snake.no ....... ......... ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ...._._..._.... ......... ___ ........................:.-..-... ___ -.- ___ ___ :-- ___.--- ..L 4.p I

1i1i! jI snake Is a cold blooded person shall take, sell, offer for' ,.
s GMHESVIUEPHONE reptile; nothing more. nothingless. sale or possess the Indigo Snake .. ; j
-: The snake has s place in except as authorized by permit Coming In Person ,i:
i:;: 376-4551 ::1:1:: natures system of balance, and issued by the Director of the

does other much reptiles toward Insects keeping and Commission.This action. was prompted bya Country Music Circus. ,
1111m:1:1:1!! i.rmfmwI I
animals in check and under scarcity of the Indigo Snake, .' ,
: :::: 1j:1j11::; : j1Mjjjj l1 iliHji1j* jjrtJm: :: : : control. as the species had become And 'Til,.(. ; I
highly commercialized and had
become too popular with hob--

A// .a blsts Because and of its snake size and collectors.amazing Wild West Show .::

You can hear with 'a tameness the Indigo has been : .j

widely advertised as the Ideal ':
Y11. snake pet.
/ .* "COMMUNICATOR"Mdltom We hope that the Com Tommy Scott's Big Country Music Circus with 10 car loads of Radio TV ,

mission's action in protectingthe Recording and Movie stars direct from Hollywood California and Nashville ,.
Indigo Snake the first snake Tenn. featuring Chuck Housley Raymond Walker Sam Baxter the Nashville :
every protected under Florida Hillbillies Fantastic Modern Day Annie Oakley Lady Sharpshooter rope-
law, may also serve to awakenthe spinning real .-cowboys and Indians Circus acts and Funny Clowns. AlsoTV's :
el Americans who suffer with a hearing loa could public to the plight of other
original Masked Rider with his bull whip act.
Meat and imdarafand only th* sounds were amplified a lit- snakes In the state.
The Indigo Is a large-bodied, :
tie loudtr and cUaror.Th blue-black snake that has .
'COMttUNKATOft4'can pcovkU all of the sound ampUffkation suffered not only from collection .,' ,:,'. "'>t,."# (.i ": .::
(; ,
by hobbyists, but from loss : r-::
you will ever and to har Radio, T.V.. Group Con of natural habitat, highway .

"satiofts and Church without InvMttna In a. Hearing Aid. fatalities While some and Indigos wanton do killing.make Col. Tim McCoy

excellent pets, many may

Sold Direct to You death refuse to unless feed and force-fed will starve or to Last of' the All Time Great Movie Stars t M' M q 1: ,

released.A And His' "f I
only $49.95 six or seven foot Indigo >
Snake is not uncommon, and a :

Complete And Reedy To Use "Made In Florida"FOR snake concern of such among size might people cause not Wild West Show ,

i familiar with snakes or unableto ....,.
properly identify the "
MORE INFORMATION. COME IN AND SEE THE "COMMUNICATOR" There are poisonous snakes reptile.in 'i..

OR CALL OR WRITEGairatsviilt Florida, and there are annual 'cea ..
Incidents of bites from the .
poisonous snakes however, '. w
Hearing Aid: Co. most snakebites result from \ '<
man's carelessness, not the The Real McCoy one of America's most beloved western movie Cowboys and star ) :-
.. snake's belligerence, and a few of more than 200 pictures Including Mike Todd's Around the World In 80 .
2639 N. W. 13th ST. simple precautions would help days. See Tim McCoy with the World s Onlv Country Music Circus ; r
eliminate the danger of

"': WOOLCO. SHOPPING. CENTER. snakebite.When walking in likely snake.. AUDITORIUM"I-I j h: :
GAINESVIL'LE country wear boots BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL
FLA. 32501 snakeproof ones If possible, and
observe all the normal

378.1942 or 376.0095rroeearors.iasa precautions(watch where to you avoid step snakebite, place 1 : Sunday, Feb 6 Om Show Only2:30 JR., tjfofv\.. : :

----er.rI your hands, or sit: avoid heavy .

I Would like A Free Trial Of This Device In The walking underbush at; night use ;a and light be when par SPONSORED. BY STARKE AUXILIARY POLICE DEPT. ,, : i

Privacy Of My Home. ticularly careful around a Children funds 13 _____ $1.00 Student and Adults ______ $3.00 p''.;'
gopher tortoises burrow whichIs .
NAME ........... .. . .,:PHONE ,. . . .. .... .. a favorite den for rat '
tlesnakes. TICKETS WILL BZ ON SALE AT THE DOOaS' .:;:

STREET......... ................ ... ............ .. Snakes are an interesting and DON MISS ITFHP
useful part of the total fauna of

CITY .......... STATE .. .&. .... ZIP ....... .. ... .and Florida.function They In deserve their to niche.live .l. .Ir1. . .... . .P5.- ..;..


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Insurance'

DividendsAn Otis Leach J. H. Bedford An investment in Your Future f +-



distributed$18,000 to':windfall Bradford JI Leach 77, a resident Joseph H. Bedford, 49, of

veteran between\ for the past 60 years, Starke, died upon arrival at I I I Irlr I I
war ( lID IIIII IH
J IW
the end of .June,. : Monday In the Bradford Bradford County Hospital Sun- lw 1. [vm '

a m1nI report trUon.i by ,the Vtt Illness.Hospital Born after In Missouri a sud- day Illness., Jan. 30, after a sudden ||a I)] l I, || ill|! :
"Fat when tteitwc b. a.uinJMU1"( 1 aha"
The payment, :epf '23, 1894, .he was a Born In Tampa on December > ...... ... .... .
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farmer and cattleman 24, 1922 he was a veteran '!, ; ,' ., d < '; '/< x /' "."I"''_'''" .W? J' <.;II''
dividends dike them\ 1M' :millJ_'M1nHJlii[ :,< ;; ') ,1 ._<" < ,,;.wS- ;, / ; ? :\< $. X ';;M..M" '''''' >J
GI Insurance poUcietf, a member of Laura Bap of World War n, a member

accelerated by the Church. of the Masonic Lodge and the CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS STARKE CHURCHOF NEW RIVER BAPTIST LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF CHRIST ;
Normally, when such Is one daughter Scottish Rite body of Morocco CHURCH CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- HOLINESS CHURCH AT MELROSE i

are declared, they ;, James Mabel and Lewis, and two Temple, and a member of the Sunday 9:45: a.m. Bible School 10 a.m. Wor- Ing Worship II a.m. Training Sunday School 9:45: ajn.; Schedule of Services:
Lester
on the anniversary Leach, Baptist Church. Morning Worshipill a.m. Youth ship Services, II a.m. and Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship, Morning Worship H a.m. Youth Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m.
policies"'and Starke; three brothers, Surviving Is his wife, Jackie 6 p.m. Midweek 8 Wednesday Night service 6 Worship
the ServIce Wed- p.m. Service p.m. Evening
P. Leach Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even-
Hannibal Mo. Bedford of Starke two
? daughters
over an entire year. ; nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible 7:30 p.m. Everyone wel- 7 p.m.Tuesday .
Leach Dublin anti 7 Pom.Thursday. ing Worship 7 P.m.
Ga., Mrs. Dorothy Oliver,Hol-
speed-up, local Class, Thursday 11
current a.m.Church Prayer Meeting 7:30:
L. Leach night Prayer Meet- All other evenings p.m.
of Illinois one Fla. and Miss Pamela come.L.L.
lywood, ,
ans of World: Wars I Ilan- Ing 7:30 located: one block west on SR Parker, pastor
Mrs Ruby Hurst, Starke five Dan- pm.David p.m.Rev.
Bedford sons
holders of ; 16.
W.B. Chauncey
who are Pastor pastor HAMPTON
Mo. Cari Ilodgei. CHRISTIAN
18
; grandchildren ny, Joseph, Earl, LEVEL BAPTIST
PINE
licies, will share In a rand -J.P.H. Bell, minister CHURCH
great-grandchildren. Dale Bedford, all of St
Morn-
distribution amounting Sunday School 10 a.m.
million $n million services were held one sister, Mrs. Kitty; Toland GRACE BAPTIST PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Ing Worship U a.m. Pre Services SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
CHURCH
p.m. Wednesday in Jones and three grandchildren. CHURCH. STARKE BAPTIST Worship 11 a.m. Evening
was ever paid before. Chapel with Rev. Funeral services were held Sunday School,, 10 a.m. MornIng -, METHODIST CHURCH (Booster Band, Young 633 W. Pratt Si. Sunday Services Worshp 7.-1amesShawpastor.
Most of the Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- People, and Prayer Service), Sunday School, 10 a.m. ..\
holders of National E. Willis conducting. at 2 pan Tuesday In Jones Worship at U. Training Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. : Union '
Preaching, 11 a.m.Training BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH '\
was In the family Memorial Chapel with Rev. Union, 8:30: p.m. Evening Worship
vice Service Wednesday
6 Midweek
Insurance policies. In p.m. Evening Worship, 5:45 Evening Worship, BROOKER, FLA.
KIngsley Lake Ceme- Frank Jarvis conducting. Interment 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer John Strickland : P.m.
Those who saw 7:30 p.m. Rev. Tommy L. Hll- 7:30: p.m. Rev. ,
7 Everyone welcome. Rev. Jim Temple Sun- II
under pastor.
direction of DeWitt will follow In Crosby Meeting, 7:30..Rev.. LeonT. p.m.
ly In the Korean Hard pastor. Pastor. -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor day School, 10 Ron Bristol
Funeral Home. Lake Cemetery with Masonic Odom, Jr., pastor a.m. ,
will
other engagements In this rites at the grave DeWitt C. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Superintendent. Training Union, ,'.!
ticipate AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD 6:45 P.m. Lowell Douglas, 1 Di-
cause of the' type; of R. ,Kuhn Jones charge of Funeral arrangements.Home was In Sunday School, I, 10 a.m. MornIng Ralford Road & Weldon St. Highway School 100 at Theresa 10 ) OF PROPHECY, BROOKER rector. Worship Services 11 a. J I
they hold. Worship 11 am.: Evening School 10 a.m. MornSunday Sunday a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service '
The 260 men and Ing Worship 11. Sunday Evening Morning Worship 11 a.m. Ing Worship II a.m. Young People's 7:30. Lavern Outlaw ml"sic ':
,
7
R. Kuhn 81 of Starke Worship. p.m. Wednesday -
C/UI1fy'who 7 P.m. Thursday 7:30. Training Union 6:30: p.m.
Bradford the ; Wednesday fan. 26, In Wouldn't It be classy to be Prayer Meeting tind Bit le Study, -Charles Thomas,night, :: Evening Worship 7:15: p.m. Service, 6 p.m. Evangelistic director.
receiving end pastor
on 7 Wednes-
County Hospital after able to bare It reported la 7 p.m. Young Fkople.i Meet- Wednesday Night Prayer Services Service, p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
about 25 cent
per of illness. A retired far- your obituary that you were a Ing every Monday, 7 pun. 7:30 Rev. Merle day Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. LATTER DAY SAINTS
: p.m.
War veterans In the EVERGREEN BAPTIST
he was born In Iowa on member of three civic club C.F. Prevatt, paitar.. Everyone Come and worship with us. 1404 E. Uessent Road
Just how much each Highway 125, Northwest of Packham, pastor. -Rev. Bobby I Harris,pastor
welcome.
7, 1890 and had lived In and had a Swiss bank account Family Home EveningMoni
will get depends upon for 15 ? Lawtey. Sunday School, 10 a.m.
and age of his policy) areUiis years wife, Betty ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning Worship 11:15.: Sunday ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETIILFIIEM day. 4:30
PrimaryTuesday p.m.
hind of Insurance Night Service, 7:30 Wed- WILLBAPTISTCIIURCI!
; one stepson Elmer L. C. CHURCH, STATJCS p.m. CHURCH. STARKE FREE WednesdayRelief Society,
general WarrI Father James Crecm: pastor nesday Prayer Meeting, 7:30 Eucharist, 1st and 3rd Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday
Colorado Holy 7:30.
were In World Springs MADISON STREET Saturday. Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday p.m. Rev. Albert Knight, pas School 9:30: ; Morning Worship,
H Morning M.I.A. 7:30
Sundays, a.m. Thursday- p.m.
one stepdaughter, Mrs. BAPTIST CHURCH
For others, the average ; Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mace tor. 11; League 4 p.m. Night Ser-
2nd 4th and 5th Sun- .
SundayPrlestllood,8:30a.m.
Lyon Des Moines Iowa Prayer,
School 9:45 MornIng
Of the $288 million Sunday ; 7p.m. vice, 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams
day, 11 a.m. Church School 9:45: Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Evening -
tributed, the great and 7 great- Worship Church TrainIng Confessions -, Saturday flPtin. LAURA BAPTIST poster
million will go to 6:15: ; WMif Prayer Circle Sunday School 9:45a.m.Mor- a.m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. Meetlng,6p.m.Saerement.,
n veterans who x'Y services were held 7:15; Evening Worship, 7:30. School of Religion: fling Worship 11 a.m. Evening -John M. Flynn, Rector FIRST UNITED METHODIST Jesse D. Branson, Branch

World War.I group.25,to 'a.m.In Friday at the grave --Denton SumraU, pastor. Grade School Sunday 11 Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek Bible STAPKE President.
Crosby Lake Cemetery a.m. to 12 roan Study Wednesday 7:30 p. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning HEIU5ROXN: BAPTIST
Rev. Robert D. Burch con- School Sunday, 7 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Worship 11; Junior and Senior CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 \:.
DeWitt C. Jones Fun- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH High m.Be In church Sunday. Service 11 a.m. Church MVF groups, 6 p.m. : Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
w w Home was In charge of STARKE pjn.. Lester Austin, pastor Training, 6:30 p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Corning Worship II. Training
Worship 7:30. .. 7 p.m. Prayer MeetIng Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Ser-
Opportunities for Service: BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting, 7:30; Chancel Choir Re- rice' 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
0 0 Lang SundayBaptist Men's Day. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship CHURCH, M/VCCLENNY/ 7:30: pjn. hearsal, 7:45.: f Service, 7:30.
Brotherhood Meeting and Service 11 ajn. Church Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy Rev. J.D. Robinson -DeWitt T, Farabee, Jr. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, peer -
Breakfast, 7:30 a.m.; Morning Training 6:30: pjn. Evening Day Mass, 5:30: p.m. t
L. Lang, 74, died Worship at guest speaker Worship 7:30.Wednesday. _. .. '_'==:'CCI_IICCOCCCI! CCM "' :,&>-:,*, ':'-":'_:'nmnmmmnnn:,:,>-::,:':,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:::':::,:::::':::::::1:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :uu::::::.=.;. ;fCnvffff: : ;:In''itaDr.tc : : ::<<< '' "mm.m..mmnnm
Jan. 29. at his homo Dr. John E.Ilj Johns, President Prayer Meeting, .mnmm' ,: : i
Hill after a brief Ill- of Stetson University; ; Church 7:30 p.m. t;; ; _
A native and lifelong res Training, 6:15: ; Evening Wor- Rev. J.D. Robinson ;' Y't: :' = Irl
of Clay County, he was ship, 7:30: p.m. Sermon by Pastor -
quoted: farmer and a vet- "If Any Man Wills To Do LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST : DOOROPENERS
of World War I. His Will." CHURCH
.II;' are his wife, MondayDeacon's Meeting, Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn-
Lang: nine sons, Wal Youth Choir Practice, 7 p.m. Worship 11 a.m. Evening : I
.
Bill Lang, both of Tam TuesdayHelen Master's 7:30 p.m. Wednesday .
; Charles Lang. Green Cove Group, 9:30 at Church;Ida Dar- Everyone welcome =-= ''Crt
Judged the most'/lair ; Jimmie and Clarence by Group at home of Mrs. Paul] Rev. Robert Haisten, pastor IYy = ;::;:
newspaper In the! U.S. Maxvllle; Eugene Lang Raymondt 2:30 p.m.; Lorena '.'i: Ktya and churches are door opener. In both ::
professional journllststhemselves. !, ; David Lang. Brooks- Epperson' Group, at the homeof CHURCH OF COD forth effort. _
A leading ; and Earl- and Thomas: Mrs. Ben Baker. 3 pjn.jYoung 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. : cases, each require you to put some i if

international daily. One Fort Myers: one daugh- Musicians Choir, 3:30: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning c' The key you must Insert In the lock and turn. =
the three Mrs. Nellie Watson, Max- Girls in Action 4:15: p. Worship 11 a.m. Sunday I ..
top p.m.; heaven easier,
M the to even
Lord made
Our way
and Evening 7
grandchildren
In the world according ; 20 m.; Lottie Moon Group at the pjn. Youth Night y
journalistic polls. great-grandchildren. Church; Ethel Biggs Group at Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer -tt\' +'' for all that you have to do U preaent yourself = ;

of over 79I"aor,,; ) aa,1;. ,' serylcapt ''th''1"\iheld!\ ,I I"!tbenbomeof>Mrs e.L..F.Wnk--. Meeting' Friday, 7:30 p.m. <:Y: {'" ". ::
m. Tuell ay J Long CharIe41Maid! .(' -Rev. Y.W. KId!, pastor.. I '4ii and believe. = :#:+
p. .
L.
in the fiye pttt.f ? p : :
last .
ypar,i i' ''*'' ,II' >. ... .
Including !three Pulitzer.'' I \ !N @ "ChbYdli'rtitth, co.'l\&)5teS5'BrOIfdlel'; Group M tat It.: .Irou li't ;"FuNAy'prdreare' ;yf norti through' faith; and =
Prizes. Over 3000 t !ifiont In''iw church cemo-i the home of Mr j W. At.Hogan, KINGSLEY .LAKE BAPTIST 'J L.. \- 1. =-' ::
news- d&&
paper editors read the Active pallbearers were all at 7:30 p.m. Sunday School MoiNngWorM-; I ",'7 ''hEtJ.!... that Mof oyour*-/,r'''': if in thi gift of God: ev -- :>:;:::

Monitor. Wilkinson, D. Verllng, WednesdayFamily Night Union 10:15: ajn.; ">"' itj' .....f't of sv rk. ref any man ihouM boast For $
Watson, Albert Smith, Supper, 6 P.m. Prayer Meet- ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship r ,
Just send us your Padgett, and Richard Ing, R. A. Meeting, 6:30: p.m.; 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 7:30 I :': l IT stir kin workmanship; created 'in CI"tI' yc

name and address Teachers and Officers Meet- Wednesday. 1.'.,r. : Jt.H" unto paid ,,'o'b.l'Mr, /, God hath lirforrnlainnl "
Choir Practice Pastor Rev Robert West S
Church
and we'll rnallyo'u Ing, 7:15: ; "
,
= walk in tha" .
uliuntd
,
8 J' / ; that' "'a =
few p.m. f
free copies of
CARD OF THANKS ThursdayMusic Maker'sChoir FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I' ;,,: ,.:
Monitor without we take this method of >>
our friends for their ; Handbell ChoIr 3:30 Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. 'w). ....\.tiTJil LI LII :x
obligation. ,-:
expressions of sympathy p.m.W. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth irM. '. : .. '.;
---------- A, Hogan, Pastor Fellowship 6;,.m. Choir Prac- i. .. ::;:
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a cherished memory.Leach Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship SundayD 10 a.m. Morn- 1 ,; 1Iot Own ..... Minimi _r iII.4 :
City : family of Otis Services 11 ajn. and 7 II. Training Union, Mrt4 tot .....t Ite' >'i'.ii I p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30. H21 ...mmt itl.t-.. .lit mmIM It...... == ::;:
Sidle t Zip, -Rev. Lacy Conway,pastor -LeRoy Dalrymple, Pastor 'Ali N Mat M./.e. .hi.. MieM. II-, ;::.4, =

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people
I Boston, Massachusetts be reminiscing. about the Worship H' a.m. and 7 p. Worship 11 a.m. Evening .W h..M r.nia n i.M. .e I j
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&_ were -Rev. John Ross, pastor Meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.Rev. >OwlS fcr KM Mtt M DM MMm ri IwnPMW (Ay1
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Wednesday7:30PrayerSer- i.oo: :: -
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-Rev. Bob Cooper pastor L ti


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Sunday School 10 a.m.; Mom-

((8 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON HWY. 100)) I Ing 6:30 Service p.m.; Evening 11 am.;Service Bible Study 7:30: STARKE "66"



January 30 thru February 6 Bible P.m.Wednesday Study 7:30- p.m.Prayer) and G FLORIDA EST Hill EdwrrrJs:: SERVICE, Ph.. 9A4-7231

Melvin Hamel, Pastor $ y

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Services Begin 7:15: Nightly CHURCH NORTHSIDE BAPTIST ::::::;:. lieadli< a perrE q
Intersection of Highways 16 Brake Service
(North) and 225.: Rev. Wayne
Wells, pastor. Carl Hunt Phone 964.6111 Wheel l Italanc and
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a Sunday School, 9:45 Morning
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Warm Christian Fellowship Service at 11 Evening Service, :339;:t E. Call SI. Starke, Flu. Alignment

4 p.m.7:30. Wednesday' Service, 7:30 /.HR. WRECKER SERVICE 1'hon.964.5745 for FREE AIR! CONDTIOlJ| SERVICE

+eR_ "Mlway 301 and 100 .Inspections and Estimate AU Minor Repair "

ay FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH tlO 8.
Spirit Filled Singing Sunday Service: SundaySc't oj) Tempi Stark 617 N. T.mplen.. Stark

9:45 a.m. Morning Worship,
10:45 a.m. Evening Service, 7:15

day p.m., 6:30 Youth p.m.GrollpM"etlngSun- STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS W
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*. MISSIONU.S. Groceries Meats Fd RepairTYPEWRITERS
301 North, behind Tas- Kntarlnf Ac* Hardware I

I Nursery Provided tee Frees Drive In, Sunday C.wpl.te. Paint Supplies GAS AND 011.
Worship Service -
I School, 10 a.m.
11 a.m. and 7 P.m. Prayer a" Sporllnc Goods Jack and Gladys Edward
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:;: Service( 7:30: p.m.
i U. S. 301 South Stark

I r Everyone Welcome day.. -Leroyassociate pastor, E.L. Check With U. Flrtt- PHONE '''.1312 Bradford County.

ri : :\ pastor. VashlMton' 8t. '*4.5270 TelegraphCLAY

AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH .
Sunday School945a.m.MOr-: ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
Hcv. Hobby Britt REV. MERLE PACKHAM ning Worship U\ am. Evening

Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday OwMd By Those. We Serge In 1:1UIN.rt..t: Florida C'ntl. ..H..lp.n< Our /..br* '.he ]tile?.
t Evangelist PASTOR I Prayer Meeting and Bible Study,
7 p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Rloctrkl1v--X.y.tn H.lakta--I'kea.. 4724911

.,* ,( Welcomo.G.F.!Prevatt, pastor. Everyone

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rHOrOHOCONSTITUTIONALAVItHDM any circuit fudge within' the territorialjurisdiction rules regulating proceeding of th* the territorial'Jul'el-' the af ,'f sills article shall become or be ellgibto,
NY of the court. A district commission the filling of vacancies court e) .. to become a judge of the circuit-NOTICE OF INTENTION In Th Circuit :
TO.EVOTEDONM.re" court of appeal, may Issue writ. of by the appointing authorities and me fed 'In unless lw has been a member of bo TO Cor o n BusinessDiredory .
14. 17* mandamus certlorarl prot> temporary replacement' of '. b T..r..eow' '. court or Florida for me preceding* five y. REGISTER FCTTOUS NAME rids Eighth ,
NOTICE OF ELECTION quo warranto. and other' lllon...rl' disqualified or Incapacitated mem. appointed' bv the governor; ((9) The office of judges ef all Notice thai I and For Br County
...WHEREAS. tht Legislature. under necessary to the complete. bar*. Ate a remm..dl". o Crcui 17. II. If 20 courts ebollshed by tIlls article' shallbe S under Cis '
State of isis T. rsW1n ftC abolished as of me effective date \dr.1 tp Flrd
m Constitution of th* jurisdiction. me extent c. Three elector who o The Marriage)
Florida' passed Senate Joint' necessary to dispose of all Issue Ins record) of the proceedings before the territorial lurlsdlctlon of me court this.rCI.1 Laws o i
Ittsoluflon. No. 52-O and House Joint cause properly before It, a district commission, shall be made public. circuit and not member o ) ** 0 cnt'Md-) lids, Acts of 1941 will realster Marvin Ray Tee!.Hab a ii
Resolution No. 4*.D. propo.lng.mendrll..I. court of appeal may exercise, any of (d) Upon recommendation' of two.thirds lIsa bar of w selected andf appointed and prosecuting I ) with the Clerk of the Clr.. Cat Lym Tee
*to th.Constitution ol In* the the circuit of the members of the judIcial by a majority vote of tha other, abolished, and an county solicitorsend OF ACTION FOB i
.pl.I.lurlldlclon o holding Court and for Bradford
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Stilt ot Florida and thay' did dster.mint qualifications commission the six members of prosecuting attorneys cut I NoC
and direct that tha, tald Joint CLERKS AND supreme court may order thai the (4)) No justice t cmml..IO. a such offices upon "' data of County. Ford. upon proof OF MARG .
.Resolutions. b* submitted to the, Each district court MRSH"'L. justice or ludge be dl.clplne byapproprlst. member of a o lu.nominatingcommission. this.rlcle..1. become .n. notice o In the name te Bf. o Aut Sales and Sne -*
*)*ctor. of the (tat* Florida at the appoint a clerk and a marshal who be A member of a judicial' .I.I.n .._. f name t.Day t Florida o >< ->
Special Election to ba riatd March 14 shall hold office during the pleasure of removed Iron office with lermlntlo nominating commission may hold) circuit which their' counties are ncuuO Pu Th In aw -
1V72 the. court and perform such duties a* of compensation I for or office other. than judicial oft Ice. far me remainder of theirterms Ln Clearing, under 1t TO Respondent Parriah Motors "" ,
NOW THEREFORE. ,I. RICHARD' the court clrel. Their compensationshall slstent failure to perform his I dl:public shall ba eligible for appointment wll compensation not ,less above-named cause,Cat Lynn :!
(DICK) STONE Secretary of State of be general'. law. The for other conduct ; to state ludlclal' office 1 than received' Immediately, by eralb.llatCr Test whom 017
tht' state, of Florida, do hereby give marshal shall. have the power to member of the, lulclory. or be long as ". Is a member of a ludlclal' before the effective date of this" ar Florida. x110, Strk Spring Street ".,.
notice that a Special ElKtlon will beheld execute the ro. ol the court voluntarily permanent nominating commission and for a Apre't "1' .t
In each County In Florida, on throughout. the jurisdiction .disability that' seriously' Interferes period of two years thereafter. All ticle.e( ) Limited o.lo o some Hazel U. Paulk (sole owner Del Rio, Tea ESS : '..
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March 14 172 for tha ratification or of the court and In any county.may with the performance of his duties.After : actS of a judicial' nominating commission provisions. & op.rator) Crosby Lake P.O. You are lrb notified that PART LV ..1.
ralKtion' of the Joint Rasolutionipropolno deputize I""erll or 0 deputy....If the tiling of a torrrial proceedingand shall be made with. a con.currence (I) All justices of me supreme Box the ,
amendment to the Con. for such upon request of the comml.l.. a majority, Its member court, lud.' of the ell.trle courts of 1210 Strk. Bradford a ac to DlluU the
ttltutlon of the Stan. of Florida vII: SECTION S. Circuit Courts. the supreme court may suspend *. o .I appeal circuit 'In office Coub. Aiwars Qaeel Vied Can >.t
NO.1 (C.I) ORGANIZATION. There justice D judge from office, with o (n) The member' of a judicial' upon the affective date of this" article this 1st day of January PdUr or Hb Marvin ;

Senate Joint Resolution hall. be, a circuit court .er"ln eachludlclal ....1..oui. comp..to. pending. .' .' nominating cmmllio hall, serve shall, retain their office tor. the A. D. 1972 at Strke. Ra T.lt and t RlpD U I..It, Pfc. KM-MM ..j'jX: *
No.S2.QA circuit. the of their :
for a term except remainder fer.
joint resolution, proposing a revlilonof (fbi) JURISDICTION circuit (e) The Power of removal' conferred term of the Inll.1 fr m.ber. of the All member relv.IUd'c.1q"llc.loM Cob Flord. WI ____ _i '..jOEI.ErTRlC
article V of the State Constitution court .".1 have original jurisdictionnot by this section shall be both judicial' .'Ion. commission against as Respondent MOTORS .1:
relating to the judicial, branch of thegovernment. In the county courts and alternative and cumulative to the' "' expire a* tolo. 'elv. date of this article by ) TeeL
jurisdiction of appeals' when providedby per of 'Impeachment and to the 'al. The terms member of shall. office for the R ,-,
.. It Resolved by the Legislature, of general They shall have the per of .u.pen'o' by the governor category. (a) (b)and (Celn subsectionc remainder' of their' respective term In The Circuit Eighth as Petitioner. In ab PEAVY -;:
",. State of .Florida: power. to of mandamus Id reov..' by .. ( ) ((5) hereof'shall o July I, Each state attorney In office on theeffective Judicial Cor. styled Court and cause a Brother .
That' the following proposed revision quo warranto. certlorarl prohibitionand 13 Prohibited activities.All 1f74, date of this article hall are required to flit y "
of Article V ol the State Constitution It habeas corpus, end all writ. justic.sand judges shall devol. b. The term of o. member of retain' his office for ttte remainder. of I and For Bradford County tense to the d Eledtric 0., ./.
greed to and shall be submitted to tit.4IcMrS necessary or pop to the complete full time to their' judicial dut. T"e category (C.) (Cb.nd) c In his, term. CIVIL or answer .
of Florida for approval' or ....rcl. of jurisdiction. hall not engage In the ,. of, (c) (5) hereof shall expire.ualo.u'V' (12)) No lustlceor ludge holding of'c.' Case No. 1253 ACTON don as filed therein with the Electric ;.1
rtctfon| at the general election' to beheld of the circuit court snail or hold office In any political party. 1f7S; .' 0 Immediately alter this of the Circuit Court In Mot : .
In November 172 or. If be uniform throughout the stale. They SECTIO.14. Judicial salaries.' c. The term of o. member of become affective held ludlclal Joseph Edward Wilson, P Cler for Bradford Sold Serviced .' .
authorized by three.fourth* of the. shall have the power ol direct and judge hall becompensated category (C.) (Cb)fd c In subsectionc office on July' 1, '97.w. be sublectto Off -vs- Alee Faye County Rep ,e I..".'
membership ot each house of the of edministrativuactionprescribed I : only by 1..1. salaries ( ) ((5)) hereof shlll expire on July. I. retirement judicial office' Defendant. Courthouse Starke. Frd '.Generators Sutent
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election' to behMd general' 1 law.SECTION. fixed by general law. judiciaryshall of 32091 and !
Isglslatur' at a special We; because pursuant to section I serve a i"JI
March 14. 1972 .. County Courts. have n power to fix appropriations (O) All line and forfeiture. arising' this' article.g NOTC OF SUIT- the Petitioner's attorney Barton wcul. Jax. C ':
(Substantial, rewording of Article. (a) ORGANIZATION. There Irom offenses tried In Ihe county court ( Until' otherwise provided by law POPRT 44 nx 37-28 h.' .
See Article V. State Constitution for hall' Of a coun.court In each county. SECTION IS. Attorneys; .dml.o, shall be collected .n accounted far the f nonludlclal I duties required) of Tot: AUce T. Douglas. lo Nor M .'
present" ,.*t.) There. ..; o. o more fudges foreach and desclpllne. The supreme cort by clerk of the deposited In county judges shall be performed P. O. Drawer ; ..
b You hereby notified that Street
ARTICLEV country court as prescribed by shall have exclusive' (jurisdiction a special trust account. All fines and the judges of the county court. are 18 PIANOS 'I ZC
JUDICIARY general law.b regulate the admission of person to forfeitures received from violations: of (Ig) All provisions of Article V of me an action forIDIVORCEhasbeenfiled Gnle. Florida 3801 .. .,.:
SECTION 1, Courts. The ludlclal, ( ) JURISDICTION The county the practice of law. and the. discipline ordinances or misdemeanors committed Constitution of as emended, not against Alice the 21st Fab ;
power snail be v" td In a supreme courtl..1 exercise th* (urlsdlctlon of persons admittedSECTION within. a county or municipal' embraced ". Il.which. are not ;o Fa and YAMAHA PIANOS .j\
court district courts of appeal circuit by general 'law. Such 1*. Clerks of the circuit ordinances committed within. a Inconsistent with. this revision shall.. Wilson an you ar rr 19.; I O t CONN and ':
courts and county court No other jurisdiction' snail. be uniform courts. There shall be In each municipality within. the terrltlorlal' become statute subject fo serve a copy your writtendefenses. t d 11. Dut.wI KMB .'t! "
courts may b* established' by. the throughout state.SECTION cunly. clerk of the circuit court who. jurisdiction of the county anurt snail modification or repeal as ar* other If any to It, on theplalntiWs ten tt re ORGAS
B,.,.. any political' subdivision or any 'Specialized Divisions., selected, pursuant to 'h.provl.lon. be paid monthly to the, aunty or statutes. attorney whose name in the r .
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The legl.t.lur..II.. by -All courts except the. court of Article section 1. I if PUt '
municipality. "pre. VII municipality any COt (CM) The requirements of section 14
and
r..ptvly. thereafter
general. ,law divide the state Into may sit In division a* may beestablished Notwithstanding any provision are assessed In relative to all county court fudges and address Is George H. nd cau Iha
appellate court districts. and judicial. by general law. .circul of the conlflullo. the duties of the nection with offenses tied In county any fudge of a municipal court o Pierce, P. O. Drawer 1030, proceed ex 'r.I'
circuit following county line*. or county cl may hold clerk court may be court all court costs paid 'Into continues to ) office pursuant Starke, Florida and fIle the WITNESS my hand and seal .1Lt"
Commission, established. by law or criminal and hearing 'In anyplace divided by special, or. general. 'law the general' revenue fund of the stateof subsection hl(4) hereof being 0 of said Court this I3th ofJanuary .
with
clerk of
the the day
administrative officers or bodies maybe withinthe. territorial juritdic- between two officers one serving as Florida and such o'he fun as compensated by stale salaries' hall.. original ,
granted quasi-judicial. power In lion of the court as designated' by the clerk of court and one serving/ as ex prescribed by generel' .... not apply prior to January 3. 1f77, abe .tled'court on or be- A D. 1972, at Starke, :":J

matters connected with the function chief judge of the circuit. offiCio clerk of the board ol county ((9) Any municipality county may unless otherwise.' provided by generallaw. '. February, 19 Florida. ... I
ol their offices.SECTION SECTION S.' Eligibility... No commissioners auditor, recorder.and apply to me chief judge of the circuitIn otherwise Judgement S. Brown .
2. Administration person shall be eligible for office of custodian of all county funds. which that' municipality, or county I Is -Ii(I) Deletion of obsolete schedule' a b Gbr )
practice and procedure. justice or judge of any court unless' he There may be clerk.of me county situated for the county court 19 sit hi a Item -The legislature, snail have entr against you for the r- Clerk of Said Court ..AKIMnALT. :
(.1) The supreme court shall. adopt Is an elector' of the stale and r.ldln court If authorized by general or location suitable to the municipalityor concurrent resolution, to the Bv: Beulah N SWINERw ..
rule' tor the pr.ctlc..nd procedure In the,errllorl.l/urIIICton/ of special I..w.SECTON. county and convenient in time I and 'f'this article l any subsection dmae. I complitor As Deputy M 'p'
all court Including I the for No serve after 17. State attorneys. In' ORGANS :.
officer
tiC place to Its cltlien I and police of Including this 1/20 o
BteKlng appellate review I administrative .n.lnIR the, age of seventy year circuit a state attorney and upon such application said Cie Mton 2 events to Witness my h and the seal 4t 2/ Mall-tt Sl. ':
supervlson of all courts. except upon temporary asslonment or shall' be elected f a term of four judge shall direct the court to sit .ub..clo.*eu e*deleted Is or IC of said Court January 20, -.1 ,. ;
the transfer to the court having to complete a term one n.I ol whichhe years. He shall. the, prosecuting location he shall determine the become ecto have occurred. Alegislative ...
jurisdiction of any proceeding when. has served. No 1.."glbl.orIn. officer of all trial' courts lit mat circuit request Is .justified. 'If the chief determination' fact made 1972.Gilbert S. Brown --- -. .
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the jurisdiction of another' court has office of justice the supreme and shall. perform other duties fudge doe not authorise the county basis of this &",,
been. Improvldenlly Invoked and a court or judge of a district curl ol prescribed by general...; provided, court to sit In the location requested es subsection a lo. .pplc.tl ludlclal As Clerk of Said Court 1he FURNITURE -."
requirement that. no cause shall. be appeal 1 ul... he Is, and has n for however,when .ulnlle by generallow. the county or municipality' may applyto review. euble't Bys Beulah M. Ol 1t :.
dismissed because an Improper the' preceding ten years, a member of the, vll.lon. municipal' the supreme court for an order (II j) Effective d.... Unless' \a Deputy Mo I.... "
remedy. has bean sought., These rulesmay the bar of Florida. No person Is ordinance prosecuted bymunicipal directing the county court to sit In the otherwise provided this article 00'i BAXLEY .
be repealed by general. law eligible for the offc. of circuit judge prosecutors. A state at.torney location. Any municipality or countyWhich shell become "e.ln.1:59 o'clock (Cor Sl CHAI
two-thirds' vote of memembership unless he Is. .. been for the snail of the, state '
nicted by b lIIecio so applies shall. be required, to P.M.. Eastern Standard Time, t Furniture IU"tl
.. of each. house of thelegislature. preceding._ five! ,years.a.member ol then and reside, of the In circuit.''a territoriallurlsdlctlon He shall provide the' .proprl.I. physicalfacilities January 1 I. 173., 127 WI __Dsnt' :
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r or norma. unless otnerwisiprovided b In court f ;
(b) The chief justice the supreme by general law a cour.i and".i.-b_ bOl".r may hold "Icl. conlv JOIN.r.R ESOLUTION NOTICE TO BIDDERS .R_ :

court shall chosen by a majority court fudge .be a"eb of the I> (10)) All court except the supreme NO. 44.O Notice Is hereby given that ,
the members of the court. He ", .1111I. bar of Florida. Ha hall, devote lull :his duties court may sit In divisions as may beestablished < received R Boosts ; :
A Joint ResolutionAmending bids will
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.the chief administrative officer of ,irv. SECTION 9. Determination of and he shall.. not eg..g. the private by local rule approved by eee b I D.. :. I
practice of law.. .. attorney shall Article VII of the School of .:
judicial system. He shall' have the number ol judges The supreme the supreme te Bra- Bedreum 1 t.
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power :to assign justices or 'judge: court hall establish' by rule unlom appoint such. assistant Mate attorneysOs : ((11)) A cour. fudge In an'county adding Constitution a new the Section State of IS F IGld.. .b ford County Florida, t 'her'* a difference between ,!.:
be authorized by law. I
including consenting retired (justicesor for the may sound
clerl. del.mln.lon having population of .
office of the
4.0 tile Issuance, when good r.ln. .: )
SECTION 11 Public .
p.rmltll"q Sritnnt
to duty In except de..derL ;
judges temporary am
.ddllo..1 less according to me last
court for which, the. judge Is qualltlei supreme court lu.tc.the ne..ly 'In each judicial census, shall not be d."I.1 Authorlied by law.of revenue bond to Post Office Dwr ,Stre. and reasons that sound WO PIC I....
l establish a lund to make loans to
and lo to a chief juoge of delegate D of me bar of Florida students admitted te attend public or Ford uW p.m., good. 545 I Block from I-I' : .
... end for four year ".11 perform duties m..b e
circuit the to .IgnudII" 01redefining
judicial power Inr..lng. dcr..lng ) mil 4 1972 for the '
of higher learning :
law. A private institutions FU. -
for duty In his. r.spcivIcircuit. ? appellate prescribed by general public uu d.le. 38M7417.
judicial:circuit If the supreme court defender shall be an elector' of the, ordinance pr fI'oOu"nl junior colleges or .health related construction of: : '.

(c) A chief fudge for each dlstrlc find*that a need exist" for lnr.ng, .tat* and reside, In tht territorial' (13)) training Institutions or vo.'lnl Bradford Middle Shl Ad- .".-I.-..'
court of appeal shallbe chosen, by
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be secured by a J u
cnalorlty of Ihe fudges thereof or I If ln..lng. dr..ln or redefiningappellate and nave been a" of the, ber of court and ... any judge r.v.ue b ddo ;
n.Inlud shall be
Florida' for the five .1 payable .
there I I. no majority. by the chief lulcl. clr precedlnl years.Public assigned ed a teBror
1 lusilce. The chief judge snail. .. be cults it shall' prior to the de.._ .1 .pln' such responsible for the administrative session, ol the, 'legislature certify to ...I..n d.f..d. b bom. '. and handling charges touch Florida.. GAINESVILLE .
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flv. fund front the redolent of the Stre. .
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authorized
supervision of the, court the legislature Its endrmtI..ng by .1C .
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fndlno. -SECTION t'.' a cr.not herein autnorlied loans and), It awthorliad by taw, may .iat bids will be ...U
In-each:clrcull, such judicial .
A chief .U4W
(d) |doe OIC. except by subsection IdlU I .I H W 111 ..4' i.Y
.. be conservator of the All be additionally secured by student publicly -opened 'd"1Oalr& 8 "Y'IU >
hall" chosen from among the cl r. cetltlc.i. ) of ,this section shall cease to .. .
the, 'legislature at the next regular judicial officers In this stale, shall. beconsarvators .11 fee by any other money In such '
cull 'judges as provided by supreme and jurisdictIon lo conclude ell en loud. Any bid -tecelVedafter
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responsible court rule. The for chief the. administrate judge shall be and session an"l consider, the may finding rejectthe SECTION JO.of Schedule the, peace.. ding cases and.....'orc.n prior p't fund a proidin for account the .blanme.of the time and date specifiedherein Business Directory (
rem"end.lon..nd and judgments In the court .
supervision of the circuit court and by law Implement (a) This article shall replace .1 of that would have jurisdiction of the proceeds of the revenue bonds sufficient will not b considered. I "
county court. In his circuit. the recommendation in Article V of the Constitution of ai cause If thereafter All to pay the' debt service Plans and
SECTION 3. Supreme Court. whole or In' part provided the amended which. shall than "..ndre.ole. records of In.I"'Ie. requlremef In any ensuing. stateHOUSE .pccUo.be
andAroperty contract examined !
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(.1) ORGANIZATION. :. The legislature' may create more judicialoffices abolished hereby shall be and providing that ma AUTO GARDEN SUPPLIES .
supreme court shell. consist of sever than are recommended by the' ( > e..ce' to the' extent consistentwith to the proper office of me.'r.n"red moneys In such fund not needed for at the o Don R SALE #l
vsllces. Five justices shall constNuti supreme court or may decrease the, ,, ., of this article all court under this article. .pol.l. debt service or maintenance of the .Morgan, A. I. A.. Arwt -. '
The of four number of judicial offices by a greater of law and rules of court In reserve account may be used for other BRASINGTONCADILLAC
quorum. concurrence provlalo. (2) courts.IIttiolr ':
*following Office"Box ,,
Ivktlce* shall. be necessary to a number than recommended. by the on the eelv. date of this i expire: :In 1913 end) :II related purposes ss provided by law. Post 987, Gr '
dtclslon. When recusals. for cause c'only upon a finding o two.thirds article shall ee' untilsuperseded they ar : under Subsection (d) 80 It Resolved by"'. Legll.'ur of Coe Springs, Florida ; Johnson Inc. '!Y-
would prohibit the court from convening membership, of how.oft In the monn ) ,. become additional the State of Florida: Associated General Con OLOII Fa ,. I
legislature ,,, such by the CI "eref. That the following addition of !
because of the" requirement I of circuit for inch ol SALES *
this, section judges assigned ft *. A decrease the number of (c) After this article becomes. effective the counties of c'respective circuits Section tS t Article VII of theonstilulion tactr. Plan Room, Jackson SVC SEEDS PLANTS. *
temporary. duty may be substituted fudge shall be effective only after the and until changed by generallaw and hall serve as such cirCuirjudges the state of Florida Is ; F.v.. Dodge Fin Selection ef l,
for_Iulllc... expiration of a tet'm.' If the supreme conslstentwlth' sections 1 through for m* remainder' of me termsto trOy agreed to and hall b* Corporation Plan Jack C Insecticide Pet Supplies; ". '
fbi JURISDICTION.' The court falls to make tnlng. asprovided If of this' : to the elector' of FloridaJor Rm. Taken.On Cadillac "
.rtcl. which they were elected and snail
supreme court: above when thelegislature (1) The court shall have be eligible for election a* circuit Approval' or r.l<< at the Bnle. Frd a te Day- 001 N.W. l 13th Ph. JI FERTILIZERS 'j::'t
(1) Shall hear appeal from finalludgmenlsof may be concurrent, the lurl.dlclon Immediately fudge These are: presidential primary election to beheld Exh. 11
trial, courts Imposing the r..luton request the court to certify th.lo'o. .ecll by It, and It civil I"e..f'e of D curl In March 172: said, section IS to Daytona Beach We Rent Fetl Spreader is*

dtain'' penalty' and from order of trial .and recommendation. and proceedingspending all criminal courts of couy. ho effective Immediately upon Flans and Flrd. Motors Inc.TOYOTA N.W. '>. .
courts and decision of district courtsofeppwaiinttlaiiyanddiructiy upon the failure of the court to certifyIts before II on the effective date felony court of record record ,. ratification by the' .'.cIOrl; lpclcaUon may Barkley .. a .t n' .'.
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"I"u be obtained
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Section
/ passingon finding for nine c'.Ulv. of this :
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?I the validity of a state statute, or months the legislature may upon ((2)) ".1. district shall. b* Le. of .conll., Brevard.Escambla In) When authorlied by''law A. GENERAL CONTRACTORS '( -
federal, statute or treaty or con. finding of two-third of the mtm. those In existence on the del of Hlllsborough Lee.Manatee revenue bonds may be Issued to : receipt of $40.00 GLASS .
strulno a provision of the stele orS bershlp of both. houses of the adoption of this/ article. There shell be and Sarasota stanlisn. a fund to matloans toMudents Up .t.,
Ihecivil
federal constitution. .., legislature, Ihl.need exists. Increaseor a district court of appeal In each and criminal court ct. of determined eligible a* two pla and specifications 4 wl arty and : ,

((2)) When. 'provided: by general law dr.... number of fudges or d"Irlc.The district court of appeal- Plnellas' county and county reord fudge's prescribed by law and wh have been for tl. project ll. PmrU. b :'.
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shall. hear appeal" from final decrease or redefine appellate the lurl.dlclon Immediately courts and separate juvenile courts In Admitted 'lo ''.n public o be forwarded If ..
districts and ludlclal., circuits. higher. clect C .I LIDDELL
judgments and orders ol trial courts "" by counties having a population, In plv.I.'na'"utio. I..rnln. and returnedIn
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Imposing life Imprisonment or fine I SECTION 10. .Election and Terms.a the district court of appeal and shall' of 100,000 according to 170 '' health r.lled N. .
.c. t. training Institutions 'or good within ten 10 Min .1 u h
judgments entered In proceedings for proceeding pending' cnsus. On the date VO.IOI cUo
the. validation of bonds or certificatesof ( ) ELECTION.- All justices and before :on the effective date of of this, article, there eecllv. additional training centers ..." of bids, the Glass Company ::;"
Indebtedness. fudges shall be elected vote of the rccoqnlied or accredited under term dl Academy .
by this. But ,." .
number of position of circuit deposit will refunded.B. .
(13)) May review by certiorari) any qualified electors, .within the ((3) court shall' have judgesequal to th* existing end conditions prescribed by ,law. b .t-
daemon of a district court of appeal' territorial jurisdiction of 'h.r., c Crcul appeal from judges numb) ol Revenue bnc issued pursuant to this SCONTACTR "Glaas For E e Pr" ..:
class of constitutional, : circul numb section" secured by a pledge of POWELL'S a ;.
mat affects a or respective courts. courts and municipal courts c't of the. above U Front*
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start officers that (Cb TERMS.-The term of alljustices nlmed And shall be payable primarily from VNDR Upn rei -,
passes upon a those appeals which may be whose term .. In 1973. Electionsto one of 5 1 '
question certified a district court of of the. court judgesof .plr. ol Interest principal pla Beauty Academy T Eclocnabwer
by supreme directly to the court; and take at the .ym.nls .n '
appeal, to be of great public Interest district court of appeal 1 end circul they .".1 .v..upre.. .original' .U otlc. an..1 place elections to charge to such. fund and specifications will be e' P Ol.a Re' : '

or that Is In direct conflict with. fudge .h..1 fo six Y."' lurlldlclo actions at law not other state, judicial. offices qs In 171 and the recipients of the loans and) If warded, collect. If plans anCspecificatIons Leani Profession pJ .: .;::
decision ol district of term nul"orl'.d I by law be TG ,
any court appealor county CO.I..I cOnl..bl. by the county courts of me terms such offices shall be for a may are returned In I
of the supreme court on the same be for four years. prolng.relating to the settlement term of .o, years. Unless' Additionally secured by student .. condition within ten Spans Time. Pull .J T NEW LOCATION .
good days
question of law and any Interlocutory SECTION 11. V.c.ncl.- ol the estate of dependents and pursuant to section 'thi c".ne. nnd by any other moneys 'In such. N.W. 10th .
order passing upon a matter which (o) The governor .. fill ....c"v.c.ncy minors, the' granting of fetters the number of nin .rlcl. There shall be established from theproceeds after rip of bids, $20.00 21 -L 1 Main
upon final judgment would be directly In judicial, office by appointing ,.Iom.nlory. gu.rdl..h'p' In. existing and created by* pr..ly of each. Issue of revenue ( deposit) U S. Gainesville ::
MOTORS
appealable. to the supreme court, ..ndm..y for a term ending on the frl the shall not be changed. .U. bonds a reserve account In an amount te w ELECTRIC
Issue writs ol certiorari to Tuesday after the first determination of InomlMlecy. and Mel In all' counties rqunl to and sufficient to pay thegreatest b rfd 372-8191; 372-1102 }
a
commissions established by generallaw January of the year following the next other. jurisdictIon usually pertainingto ': of'I less than 1 100,009 havingpopulation according amount of principal' Interest, SPAAT SHET: Sprat .
having statewide, jurisdiction. primary and general' election one of courts of pro., In all cases Inequity to the 1q70 federal' census and And "..ndIR charges to becme due Ihet/pe daw- EECTC ..
((4)) May Issue writ. of prohibition la not. fewer than. three persons cases relating 'e having more than one county fudge on on I.. In any ensuing slate
and In nominated the appropriate judicial lpcUcaUo Co. MOTORCYCLES :
court commissions cause by uveniles ot all felonies and of the of the adoption of this' article fiscal year be obtained Repar
within. the jurisdiction of the supreme nominating commission. An election misdemeanors arising out of the same del.. be m* same number of fbl Interest' moneys In the fund folows 'ALI AMa lIevldl3.uz1Hhi .
court to review and all writ shall beheld to fill that judicial' office circumstance as a felony which Is judges of the county court as mere are established pursuant lo this eton. Drawings: $11 per sheet; Of 0 *. .
necessary. to the complete exercise ol. for I the term of the office beginning at ..11 charged. In all cases Involving county misting on that, not required In any fiscal year fr .
Its jurisdiction./ the end of the appointed term. The legality of. tax assessment or toll unless' lu. to dl payment of debt service o '' Spcicat per p. RepoJrlnc Rewlndtna i
((5)) May Issue walls' of mandamusand nominations. .".1 be made within In the action of ejectment* and In all of this article.' Ireu.nl outstanding revenue bonds or ..orm.lnl.nc.o' : for New .. L .
quo warranto to state. officers and thirty. day from ... occurrence of action Involving the title or boundaries the r.u" account and specifications, separate a v .. 5
state agencies. vacancy unless the period Is extendedby o right of possession of real (4) Municipal cour.(hall conln. mny h* used lor .' loan toMudents sheets and 2816 N. W. nth Ph. '; .
separate -
((4)) May or any (justice may. Issue the. governor lor a time not t exceed property. The, circuit curl may 'Issue with their I. determined to b eligibletherefor o dwl. II ;
writ of habeas corpus rlurnbl. thirty days. The govern mul Inlu.clo. There judicial amended or terminated In a manner In the shall bTEafrvy ,
before the supreme any moke the appointment '" shall be the judicial prescribed by special or general, law 1 law or for such olhe m..nn.r.lled povld.d p"rpo.b be made through the office MOVER i
II justice. a district court of appeal, oran days attar the nominations. have been circuit in existence on me date of 0 ordln.n...or until Jau.r 3, 1f77. AS may be provided bylaw the o
,'t fudge I"erlf. or any circuit certified to him.b adoption of this article. The chief occurs tn'. data IN TESTIMONY WHERiOF ,inave. Arhtct wAr11o.druiI '
judge. ( ) There .1 b* a separate judge of a circui may authorize a ell municipal not previously trenlo..1 my hand and affixed the .ubmt shall be Lone Distance Moving.. I
<(7 I Shall iave the power of direct ludlclal' nomln.tng' commission as county ludge to order abolished shall' cease to exist. Judgesof the Slate of Florida, atTallahassee accompanied cashier's ..:= tx.x.3729527J.
review ol aiminlstratlv. action provided geer.' ,law for ,the, emergency hospitalIzations pursuantto municipal courts shall remain In the Capital this' the. 14th check or bid bond In the a- Slonua Packing ,,1.:: :: i

prescribed by general, ,_. supreme court district court, ol Chapter 71.131. Law of florld.In of or lice end, b.euble'fruppolnm. clay ot Dc.mber. A. O. 171. mount of five percent of the Crating ShJplag j :
lcICLRiCANDMARSHAL.-. appeal and each' judicial circuit for. the absence from the cl> ". r..ctlon (ISEAL) -
supreme court shall appoint a clerk all trial court within. Ihe circuit. circuit judge and the prescribed by until'I courts areterminated RICHARD DICK) STONE bid payable to the School Board FT* E.I& CaU f. w crcoMrr p"'t: :
and a marshal whoshahi. .. hold office Discipline removal judge shall have the, power pursuant to 'provision SECRETARY OF STATESJanuary .
during the pleasure of the court end ond retirement. temporary order uT.r' ot this .ubeln.. municipal 1. February 1. 1e72 Surety Cot. Flrd .
,MUSIC
perform such duties as the court (I.) There snail be a udlciaiQUOliticatIOrs 'Injunctionnecesarry.n proper court termlnled o abolishedIn b 1- :
dlrel. Their compensation Shall be commission composed complete exercise such (jrlsdlctlon. . ... provision of censed to do business U -
I general I..... The, marshal of: o this subsection' the judges thereofwho state Florida and shall
j. shall. have the power to execute the (11) Tw fudge of district courts of ((4)) County courf shall have are not member of the bar af o the United b BALDWIN I
process ol the court throughout the appeal selected by the fudges of those original all criminal' Florida snail be eligible to seek U.t b
1..ndln' any county may deputiie courts two circul judges selected by not cognisable by election as judges of county cur.of Tras Dprent
'.anerlf or a deputy sheriff for Such the iudgts circuit cOllr.and mllean all vollatlona their respective counties. PIANOS ft ORGANS J
two IU of county t circUt COWI o o) (5)JUI holding elective offlc.1 My neighborsmtuem 120 Van Service Inc.

teCTlOV 4. District ..Court. of by of those courts of all actions coly. ..odl""c.' thematter .ell 01. abolished' CHOICE OP THE ARTISTSMUSIC 0
((2) Two elector' who reside/ In the .. term not -
In controversy does not exceedthe expire In '
.01. d 3 J4. ME. Wilde 1U. :
) ORGANIZATION. There .state. who. are mb. of the bar of sum of two thousand llvevhundred 173 Including lug. established G' '
snail be a district court of appeal Florida' and .. be Coe by dollars, (S3.MOOO exclusive of Interest pursuant to I. sections 9 WISH I'D SAID n- .K. ,
serving each appellate district. Each the governing body of br of and costs except those within' and II of the Constitution' iNS shall [ I"I| :
district court of appeal .n.1 c"1 of 'Florida' and the exclusive jurisdiction the serve.fudges of the county court for THAT"The AUTO SALES SERVICE Co.
; ar least' three I..dg. .. (II Five electors who reside' In the court Judge of county court circui the r.mlnr of m* term to w"le :
shall consider ... and ,meconcurrence state who have .held judicial' ba committing' magistrates. The they Unless BLOUNT PONTIAC CMIIe Shopplaa :
of two shall. be necessaryto office or been m..b. me bar ofFlorida county courts shall have pursuant M section f. ol this Article V Cfr. 372-5351
a decision and ... ..1 o appointedby now exercised- the lullcto such judicial offICe shall not contuu. CMS INC. ..
(Ib) JURISDICTION.I .- the governor.Ibl courts other men that. vested In the, to exist "'e."e. Farm and
0 (I) District court of appeal' shall 'T". member of the judicial' circuit court by subsection ",jurisdiction i* (hear'Ppll.that qll."c."o.commission "' .1 serve hereof the jurisdiction now exercisedby court .".1 certify the need for Equipment
may be taken a* a m. rl..I.fo staggered lerm.not lo ...Ce six.1.I m*county the claim court additional circui and county judges. modern
final 1 judgment orders of tl.1 I(years as by _. the small col. ,. the The ,' the 1f7* regular parent has .
, CI 1.ludln those entered on No member of me commission excepta claims magistral .I session may by general 'law to: spare the rod-so Juniorcan -

action not justice or judge .1 be eligible for magistrate's courts, justice of additional Offices 0 h'd.the cee.'em. ride around In it.-W1i- Santa 'Fe Tractor :
directly appealable' to me supreme state judicial office long as he .Is amember peace municipal court and) of which, ..1 bin effective I
} couuor a clncuit court. They may of the commission' and for a court curl In- '. date of "' o! lam R. Lewis, The Lynden Fectory -

t review, 'Interlocutory order In such period of two year thereafter. No eluding 'n limited cl. offices shall, *sxf'Sizr..Si "' VM ([Wash.) Tribune. Au"oI. FORD :
cases to the extent provided by member of the commission 1....hold referred to Article VIII, sections .. PtntlecSalesPirtsServlce
adopted by the supreme court. office In a political i&i&sffy&ttsz-, .
. .7. party par.nclpata 10.11 and 24of thqConslitutioe,of "Why the way you
cn Clstrlct courts of appeal, shall.. m any campaign' t ludlclaloffice ((5) Each judicial nominating (7> Coy |utfg existing, county Jerr. "He who Farm T I Implement :
': nJve the power of direct review oladmhnlsiratlve or hold pubic oftlc provided mission snail. be of : |u4g" and o file .et In ... had no Idea loses his head is
Kli'a* prescribed hat. a judge In his following' : c"p piece e cUr m"llr.,I.'t.!o are your parent were normal usually the last one to miss 210 H. MainColn.lvla i VSffD EQTTlPasZI ;
by general law. own campaign tor judicial office and a. Three members appointed by not"'? C t.!' Charles Fie.
bro V. ,
.(Ol) district court of appeal or any (told that office. The commission th. toardof of the Florida' eligible to o 'Il.tl b human being*. Stewart. SALES -
'ludge. thereof may issue writ o. .1 4el one of It members as I, Say from Gvn. Florida Car Caurtjudges of.ec.1? respective. The Mullens (W. Va.) PAT IW J
372.25
Habeas corpus returnable' before member ,
actively engaged In I. Advocate
court o any. judge, thereof o before U( ) The supreme oourt shall adopt thU w law with. offl..II'. () fudge of a court abolished by 4481 W. W. otbGAINESVILLE.. a ._






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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE j: For Named Dist J. 4 P. City To Face Important


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{ Leland A. Baker of Lake Issues At Next
..... Geneva has been appointed by MeetingThe
t (Keystone Hilites Gov. Reubln Askew as Justice -
I of the Peace, District 4, Clay
County; to fill the unexpired hiring of a night policeman lative to rates and charges a hearing in the matter.
lay GLORIA REDFEARN :! term of the late Graham Hut an airport manager, and by such companies as the Keystone PSC already has under consideration -

L Plw.. Call 473"3288 chison. several other Important mat- Water Works, as of Sept. since last summer,
___ or 473.4182 __ Baker, who Is associated with ters will occupy the Keystone 1 I. 1971.! an application by the water
------ Ms father, T. W, Baker, in the Heights City Council at Its reg- In a letter to the Council, company for a reata Increase
ENGAGEMENT plain for the V.F.W. of Mel- operation of a cattle rance at ular meeting next Tuesday which will be reviewed Tues In Keystone Heights.
Mr. and Mr. Eddie O. Car. rose, as well as District Chaplain i Lake Geneva said he would night. day Tolles said It was his City Clerk Joy Baker said
deoai of Lake Geneva announce of the V.F.W. His sub- .i have evening office hours from Interviews have been conducted opinion that either the Cityor this week that according to this
the engagement of their daughter ject for the evening was ".Spfnit 7 to 10 p.m., Monday through with several applicants for Lororn would have the right Information, the City; of Keystone -
Annie, to Bobby LJOOC. son' of America." He left his ., .,. Friday, In an office at the former the police Job and definite act- to protest the charges proposedby apparently holds a franchise -
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd listeners with three words to 'T Larson mobile home sales Ion in the matter Is expected the water company, and that, with the water company
Starke. think about and live by Be lot at Lake Geneva. Saturdayand next Tuesday. Employment of upon receipt of such protest that Is no I longer valid in regard
The wedding Is planned for Informed, Be aroused and Santa jFe Fishing Sunday hours will be by an additional full-time police the PSC would set a date for to rates and charges.
March 10 at 7:30: p.m. In the Activate. appointment. officer Is the result of a recent -
Community; Church of Keystone Baker's address Is Box 58, request by a delegationof
Heights. All friend. and relatives The speakers table was beautifully Is Lake Geneva. Fla. citizens disturbed by the
of the couple are Invitedto decorated In red, white Picking UpBy number of .breaking and entering '
attend. .and blue with a most unusual Clay County cases In the Keystonearea. j ? ? 't' ..
flower arrangement of red Mike Chltty .

GOLF COURSEA and white camellia., combined Travis Wynn and Allen Crlffln weighing 9-1/2 pounds. So you Plant Told To Another pending matter, a
tournament was held Sunday with blue Dutch Iris. The other are pictured with fine catchof can see, they really have been replacement for Homer Satter-
afternoon at the Keystone tables were also decorated in bass taken last week Santa working on them. field, fixed base operator at
Hefchts; Golf and Country Club: red, white and blue streamers Fe Lake. Last Saturday, Travis caughta Clean Or Close the Keystone Airport whose !c, fr
Winners were: First Mr. and with red camellias and American For the first time In a long 10-pounder, and Pop Crosby Florida pollution control officials lease expires February 9, will C
Mrs. Huntley Redfearn. Sr. flap y gracing the center while, we have some good news brought In a 10-pounder. Alan have won a four-year ''doubtless come up for discus
Second Mr.-and Mrs. Don Wallace ; of the whte dinner cloths. from the Fishing Department. Griffin landed 9 baas Sunday- fight to clean up or close an sion at Tuesday's meeting.Sat-
The dinner was served buffet Uncle Howard Bradberry of and Roy said There were 7 or animal food processing plantat terfield. who has been critical
;; Third, Mrs. R. L. Walker style; and the long food tables Oxford, Ala. caught some nice 8 bass, ranging from 8 to 10 Doctor's Inlet In Clay County of the new airport hangar say-
and Wally Mulhofer; and were filled with all kinds catfish and bream off from our pounds brought In by other" ; which has been the subjectof ing It was not suitable for the
fourth. Mr. and Mrs.Jim Ches- of special dishes prepared bythesplendld dock while he was here recently. customers, but he didn't get controversy for several airport needs, did not seek to
slngton. A covered dish supper cooks of the He caught enough for two their names years. renew his lease and has been
followed with Charlie Mc- Community; Church. fish fries, and some left over Shipman's Camp (west shore The Duval County Circuit !given until February 16 to move
GlaVe's birthday being celebrated -' Circle five, chaired by Mrs. for the freezer. Santa Fe) had the follwoing Court ordered the plant, knownas out Ms equipment and vacate
with a beautifully clew Gertrude Stephens, and the report: New Florida Inc., to shut the property.A .
coned cake made by his wife, Rebeccas, chaired)'Mrs.Thomas Griffin's Lodge (east shore Trevor Williamson has been down operations by midnight third matter to be considered -
; Gregory, 'were in charge Santa Fe) turned In a fine report catching quite a few bass lately Saturday, Jan. 29. The firm Is the dispute between Riders Plant
of the dinner and the decorating.' this week especially for and last week he had a was also fined $2,500 for con- oR. T., Lovorn, realtor, and the Royal Help
DUPLICATE BRIDGE The Community; Churchwomen court order to Install Keystone Water Works over the
this time of year. Roy and /. pound Jackflsh. C. A. tempt of a
Winners for' ,Tuesday morning will hold their General Alan Griffin and Travis Wynn Rodibaugh has been averaging equipment that would effectively amount charged by the utility Demonstration PlotMembers
Jan. 25, were:, Flrit, Mrs. Meeting on February M at Park- caught 42 bass weighing up to 15 to 20 bass each week. They treat waste before for extension of a water line
Mary Cook and'Miss Iva Hlll- the-Palms, with a luncheon 8 pounds In four days. also reported that the cattish dumping It into Black Creek to a new house built by Lo of the Royal RIders The 4-H'ers are also encouraging -
find; Second, GroUck, Dent at 12 noon. After the luncheona Last Monday, Roy and Alan were biting good over there. near the St. Johns River. vorn. Horse 4-H Club of Keystone others to help Improve -
Mrs. W. J. Third, program has been plannedby came In with 10 ranging between Raymond and Gladys Mal- New Florida, Inc. said It At an earlier meeting the Heights are working on their environment by
Mr. C. W. :Beasley and Mrs. Mrs. L. C. Gayle, program 3 and 4 Ibs. each, and phurs also brought In 17 nice spent $195,000 on waste treat- Council turned the matter over projects to Improve the area. selling slash pines all over
C. V. Home
: and fourth Mrs.R. chairman. Wednesday they caught 9 weigh bass last week, and Larry Kln- ment equipment but state pol- to city; attorney FremontTollesfor They have planted Arizona Cypress the county, and have given out
A. Kendall' and- Mrs. Ed The speaker for the after- ing up to 6 polunds.Roy chen caught a 5-lb. catfish off lution officials said the system an opinion as to the Council's Red Cedar, Sand and Instructions for proper planting
Longnecker.Winners for noon will be a guest from and Travis brought In his dock Friday night, and sev- apparently was not ade- Jurisdiction in the mat- Slash Pines around the foot- of these seedlings. They point
Thursday. even- Park-of-the-Palms. A short 5 up to 5 pounds last Thursday eral smaller ones. quate since polluted waste confined ter.Tolle. ball field at Keystone Heights out that trees help to purify
Ing Hill Jan. Kromer 27, were and First, business meeting will follow and Friday they landed So fishing in these parts Is to now In the waterway.The said he has been advised School, and have also helped our air, trap dust abate nois-
Mrs. Mrs. and a count of Circle attendance four-- a 7-1/2 pounder, an 8 on the upgrade. Hope It stays firm has been buying by the Public Service 4-Il'ers from all over Clay es and stop erosion.
John Stravm Mike ; Second, Mr. and will be taken. Please pounder 9.pounder, and one that way. 240 tons of chicken parts In Commission that It has taken County In planting the demon- The Keystone Heights 4-H'ers
Mrs. Faikel: Third, Mrs attend and support your _. .__ Jurisdiction over matters re-
Cook and Mrs. uuu."UUu. the Jacksonville area each week stration plot near the county; are taking an active role In
C. W. Circle Chairman and "
enjoy
for processing into animal the
Hardy improving community.
dog pound. ;
: and fourth Mr. and
; the luncheon and program.
A for Painter's
feed. spokesman
Mrs. Raymond, Starnes. Guests are welcome and reservations Jacksonville said
In

GARDEN The Garden CLUB Club of the. Lakes calling Mrs.may L. C.be Gayle made, 473-by I--.1!:! that Poultry Painter closing to the truck plant its will by-pro-force I INDIAN BEACH;, Bri Lac( eb :ID H. Canty I I

4763 at earliest Phone 115-161
your, conven- .. n ducts 150 miles or more to <
of
met last week at the home ience. HOMEMAKERS CLUB their tags were banners with other plants. Greetings friends and she can see now, and two weeks pa visited her brother and sis
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ellis on The Women of the Church The Melrose HomemakersClub decorative motifs. These will New Florida officials said neighbors, from your Rolling- ago she already had 20-50 visIon ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. D.
Paradise Lake.Refreshments. eervedby will want to mark these dateson was not able to have tile be used during the year, with that 59 workers will be thrown Reporter with news for you. In the bad eye. W. Carpenter, Wednesday.
were their calendars: All Circle In case you're wondering why Tuesday, the Carpenters were
Workshop scheduled for Jan- an occasional change accord- out of work by the court order,
Mesdames D. M. Pater, LewB. Meetings will be held on Feb of and that the Green Cove you couldn't find the Indian In Jacksonville, visiting Mr.
uary 20, and has rescheduled Ing to the special day some Wednesday night, my mother
Clark Emily Ison,:and R. N. 21 with the exception of Beach News last week it could and Mrs. !David Reid and famIly -
ruary It for Feb. 15. Members and months as the next meetingon Springs areas will lost an Cricket to Gainesville, and visited
Sunderland. the Madonnas who will meeton friends Interested In making February 8, when St. Valentine $8,000 per week payroll. be due to the fact there wasn't Aunt Cosine Hudson In and D. W. went In fora
Mr. Ellis took tIIe.B'Oup He on Wednesday, Feb. 23. The tapestry handbags, or the pearl will be the theme of any news sent In. You see, this Alachua General Hospital, who check-up.

a explained tour of grafting Camellia,planting, Lane.,and Executive Board of the Church necklaces will have the opportunity the da.y.MELROSE. Three MoreArraigned time of the year news Is very Is having respiratory problemsdue Joan and Ron Simmon of Ala-
Women will meet around here for
on February scarce so
; to learn the art at this to emphysema which she'shad
varieties of bama visited her ,
pointed out many 28 at 1 p.m. World Day of awhile III probably Just writea grandparents
15th meeting. Be sure to bring for several
years now.
the plants he raises. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis,
Prayer will be held at the column every other week
all required material. Her husband Alfred Is sick at
both accredited WOMAN'S CLUB over the weekend.
Mrs. Ellis are Community; Church at 10:30: jn. till things pick up. However,
The regular monthly meet- home with My little
and have for the February pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs., Dick Bradenton
Camellia Show Judges, Hostesses -
March 3 The Ge Meetk.wjljINWfot&'arch In CaseJames"Newml1ay3or'ahKY' time have something
,
on any you '
Ing of the Club was held Thurs- Dope ? cousin Jeremy Pierce had his
ribbons and trophies 2 luncheon-business meeting of spent 'several days last
won many -"*.. ,lAt : 6 day morning Jan. 27,with Mrs you'd like ,in the news, even :tonsils and adncWatakfln out,'..' .
"week with Frances and Dick
with their entries. with Mrs. Phelps as the W. H. Allen-presiding. Following ,the,Club were,Mrs.. E.r H..Har- i } "'OTr-an" off week, If you'll just Friday; in Alachua General. .
' a short business meeting 'b...I)er. The Silver Tea will the formaU uslne'l meet- Greg Willis;Gainesville) youths, ,call I'll be glad to put your 11* Milliard..
1 the President, Mrs.J*. Mlller.-! rbI Weld "Match,17 at 1 p m. ing when members respond to ned; Mrs. H. Feldman; Mrs.. pleaded not guilty news In for you. Let me briefly Thursday night Mama and Tom Norwood was In Atlanta -
Wrinkle, announced the State' the Roll Call according' to the J. J. Brennan; and Mrs. M. H. sion of controlled substances explain what's Involved.Each Granny Copeland attended a Ga. visiting the R. C. Eddy
Flower Show, which wUl'beheld HERE N' THERE monthly topic "Money and How' Faikel. Mrs. Albert Bachmann for the purpose of distributionwhen time I write an article, my baby shower for my cousin family for two weeks .recent-
in Jacksonville. on March Weekend guests of Mr. and to Save It," brought many 1- presided.The arraInged before U. S. mother spends from an hour Mrs. Peggy llersey, at Hope ly.Mr.
10, II and 12. Mrs. Robert Redfearn were her deas. Mrs. Thomas Norwood Magistrate Joseph W. Hatchett and a half to three hours on Baptist Church: In Therella.My and Mrs. E. W. RevelsJr.
Mrs. Emory Cooper reported parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade had attended the Upholstery February 16 program and In Federal District Court,Jack- the phone calling each person and family of Plant City
on the Flower-Placement Hasty; of Mlramar, and her Workshops In Gainesville Extension luncheon meeting will be held sonville, last week.A our here. She has to call each grandparents, Hubert and spent the weekend with his parents -
Show, which will be held locally aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Office and will ar- at 12 noon In the Melrose Club- third defendant Sherwood number whether that person Palma Chltty of Starke, came Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
on April 20. H.R":!: Charles H. ,ferryman of range for a workshop either house. The program topic will Marc Willie did not appear has news or not.. In order to down Saturday and stayed withus Revels Sr.
The February meeting will Pitcairn Pa.Weekend In the Clubhouse or her home, be a talk on "Reception Center" and was not In custody of he check. Then she takes the news till Sunday afternoon and Mrs. It. T. Smith and Mrs.
be held In the Keystone Heights guests of Mr. and should any members be Inter for Prisoners at Lake Butler. court. she collects and writes notes helped with Hie'building., Ken- Ruby Wolfe have returned home
Municipal Building on February Mrs. Michael Redfearn were ested. Seven others involved In the for me, then I type; up the neth and Kay radge tt and 17 at 10 a.m. Mrs. Earl Jones Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Snodgrassand There were 30 members present Hostesses will be Mrs. ,E. case, resulting from a raid by column and send It in. So you Tammy and Tracy of fur several weelts. Mr.
will assist in a workshop on sons Joel and Jason, of not including a newborn Hunter; Mrs. P. Bainbridge; Federal Narcotics agents at see, there's a lot of time in- Starke, were out Saturday afternoon and Mrs. W. J. Paulette of
fresh and dry arrangements Tltusvllle. babe In armsMrs.. Ella Simmons Mrs. G. H. Wescoat; Mrs. J. two cottages on the north shore volved. And when only a cou- and all day Sunday Macon Ga. are visiting with
and give highlights! of judging. acted as Installation officer H. Williams and Mrs. E. Rice. of Bedford Lake last fall also ple of people) have news, there's helping out. Buddy and Merle them, and X. M. and Iva Smith
Each member Is to bring a and each In turn wa E.S.O ReaMelrose wasorganized pleaded not guilty when arrai- quite a bit of time wasted Ellis of Gainesville were also and daughter Terri of Starke
miniature flower arrangement given a symbolic hand of friendship Womans gned earlier last month. They you might say. So If you'll go helping Day Sunday were Friday night supper
5 Inches by 5 Inches, and also S.E. MCKAY and eachofdcerwa.pInnec\\ Club (CEpsllon Sigma Omlcron" were: Thomas J. Assenza believed along with this for awhile, and guests.
bring a sandwich. Hostesses with a lovely camellia ). The first meeting was to be leader of the oper- call in your special news I- James and Marzle Kinchen
for this meeting will be Mrs. REALTOR The officers for 1972 are corsage Mrs. held on Friday, Jan. 28, with ation; Keith Chandler Powell tems, we'd appreciate your cooperation Mrs. Barbara Smith and fam- were In Jacksonville on business -
Albert Bachmann'and Mrs. E. seven members present. This much. ily spent the weekend In Jack- Marsha Kay Stokes
Keystone rlts. 4734816HOMES. Made Allen President; Mrs. and his wife Constance Powell; very Friday.
L. Helton. Lillian Norwood Vice Presi- division of the Florida Federation Patsy Lee Walker Dennis J. sonvllle. (the Kinchen's daughter) and
dent Mr. Polly Price, Secre- of Woman's Clubs is an Campbell, James Joseph Dupre, Well things are getting busy son Alan, and James' mother
COMMUNITY CHURCH ACREAGES tary; and Mrs. Margarete Sch. honorary and educational sorority and Keith Combs. All are in around the Chltty; household Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dixon Mrs. Ride Veal were visitingthe
The Community Church held RENTALSMr. roeder; Treasurer Mrs. Edytl) ; for Florida Club Wo- their late teens or early 20's. these days. We had a truck- of Jacksonville spent last weekat Klnchens and son Larryon
the second Famllj'Night Dinner Nicholson will be Club delegate men. Taken in the raid were var- load of building materials delivered their lake home. Saturday.
of the season on January with Mrs. James Chltty alter- ious controlled drugs having last week and we're The Melrose 1I0m makera'
28 at 6:30 p.m. .. M.lbl Ito*n 473-4740 ; Mrs. Robert Hollls of Melrose street sale value of SI.5 now engaged In a build pro- Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dixon at the Club-
Col. nate delegate. Mrs; Ruby Isen- a Club met Thursday
The evening Ch..lnlton4Zf:13'Y:; Is Chairman and Organizer of Jacksonville last weekat
for the
speaker iIae.i million Including marijuana ject. We're gonna add two bedrooms spent Plans made to
f C.v: hower will remember the ill house. were
was Huel Holloway, who spent 473-40SS or bereaved members with of the group for the Mel- and a* quantity; of PCP, a drug Before this is all finished their lake home. furnish slaw for the Clay Coop -
3D years In the service of his rose Club. used animal tranquilizer I'm sure we'll know who A work-
cards of cheer' as Sunshine as an Meeting In March.
country. He Is a member of Chairman. but which produces hallucina- our real friends are, and who Mr. and Mr. Robert Tho- shop on beads: was held duringthe
the American Legion and Cha friends mas of Jacksonville, and Mr.
Mrs. Nicholson as delegate PERSONALSCONGRATULATIONS tions in human beings. the "fair weather" are. meeting.
and Mrs. H. Weeks of Wild-
!- Little Trial dates for the defendants Whntcha think?
had Mrs. Leanore
company as wood, visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond and Gladys Mal-
Pappy! and Mrs. Macle Allen Crista Lynn Coggshall bright- have not been set. W. E. Kite over. the weekend.Mr. phjrs wore in Jacksonville attending
joined her at the covered Dish ened the midnight hours of January Granny Copeland is getting and Mrs. MtDanlels of to business last Saturday
Keystone a Alachua County; Council meetIng 29-30 as she arrived as R.O.CmhlreeServices along just fine now. and hopingshe'll Keystone, visited the Kites Sat- rhelr son and ughter-
the Sabbath was to begin. Her be fitted for her first
in Gainesville, Jan. 2872. urday evening. Their son Rodney In-law Hugs and Nancy MalphUI'I -
and David and Held of following the
papa mama are pair glasses and his family of Gainesville were down visiting from
FELLOWSHIP CLUB Carol Coggshall of 1835 N.W. cataract removal) this week. Jacksonville, Sunday. Mrand
BankMEMBER visited them Sunday.
State Game Day and the Fellowship 5th Ave., Gainesville. Crisis'smother At KeystoneRaymond She'll wear this pair for a- Mrs. Horace Mil lam son of Mason
House that followed was thor- is the former Carol while then get a regular pair Lake, visited the M.ilphurs
F.D.I.C. oughly enjoyed by 24 of the Warren, daughter of Bill and Oscar Crabtree, 60, later. We praise the Lord that Mrs. J. P. MIddleton of Tarn- last Thursday.
Club 27 Helen Warren of Keystone and at his home on
members on January died Monday --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- -
at the Lions Club house. Mr. Melrose. The happy grandparents Lake Geneva, after a brief Ill- . . .
Bank On Wheels With Ethel Weyman arranged for refreshments were hastening to visit ness.
and Lewis Watsonof their new granddaughter when Born In Brownlngton Mo. on
' The Greatest; of Ease Interlachen was M. C. The this reporter called. March 26, 1911, he was a retired The
winter visitors were out In lieutenant colonel, having
full number, the Swinsfordi. Recent guests .of Rev. and served In World War D. A former "
the Burns, the Shultis and tile Mrs. Milton Scripture were Mr. resident of Jacksonville,
I Watsons. and Mrs Alvin Beachey, son before moving to Lake Geneva Homestead RestaurantFORMERLY
The regular Monthly Covered Randy and daughter Lisa of several years ago, he was a
Dish Luncheon and Program Plain City, Ohio. They were member of the Klwanis Club
I Meetings will be held at tile former parishioners when Rev. ,Sheriffs' Boys Ranch, the Me- THE DAIRY DASHER
PO Lions Club on Feb. 10 at 12:30.: Scripture was pastor there. thodist Men's Club, and Boardof
.; President Lester Sheets will Stewards of the Avondale UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT
be greeting everyone, and has Mrs Carrie Madison Corp Methodist Church. He was a
..... set a goal of 100 as we enter sister-in-law of Mrs. Scrip- graduate of the University of
Into the new year for new mem ture who has been visiting her Florida, Blue Key honor society I :
...... bersdues are due then. Mr. son in South Florida, plans to Florida Alumni Association NOW 0 PEN FOR
.1; and Mrs. Reed and Katie Sar- return and spend a couple of. Gator Boosters and Alpha
ratt, from Brevard, N.tC. are> weeks with the Rev. Scriptures Gamma Rho fraternity.
winter visitors In Keystone arriving about the 8th. Surviving are his wife Cla- BREAKFAST
and plan to attend the Fellowship She Is the widow of Mrs.Scrip rice Jaques Crabtree; two
Club luncheon. ture's brother, and lives In daughters Mrs. Donald R.

s, .. Marcellus N. Y. Bailey ofiacksonvfle, and Mrs.
SENIOR CITIZENS CLUBKeystone W. Cary Parker, Whoa,Conn.; Thru :
Beseated:: for banking. Behind Heights Members The Scriptures are for the one son, Raymond O. Crabtree, Monday Friday
of the Club Joined with Bradford seventh time great grandparents Jr., KeyetoneHelgthtefourbro-;
the steering wheel of your car. It'sI County; members at the of little Tamara Leigh then John, of Brownlngton. Starting Feb. 7, 1972

-ABC' to use our 'drive-in' festive day of Good Fellowship Barrett, and daughter of Mr. Mo.; Cecil and Ralph, both of
I 'easy -as as Jhe first covered dish and Mrs. Dale Barrett, of Beaumont, Texas; and Walter
: banking window and it's fast. luncheon was enjoyed on Jan. Beaver Falls, Pa. Crabtree, Jackionvllle; and

Drive up:, to the window and see. 25.At the January Club meting Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lawrence three Funeral grandcI services 1)dren.were held OPEN FROM 7:00 A.M. TO 7:30: P.M.

the new year of 1972 was were honored guests on at 11 a.m. Wednesday In Jones
.Many Services Available started with the Installation of the occasion of Mr.Lawrence's Memorial Chapel, Keystone i
officers who were presentedwith birthday. Rev. and Mrs. Scripture Heights, with Rev. Herschel Thank You For Your
YOUR FRIENDLY BANK IN YOUR symbolic and emblematic entertained them at a din- O. Hudgins conducting. inter- Patronager
name tags. The members and ner party.; Guests Joining in the ment was in the Keystone
'
FRIENDLY COMMUNITY guests wore new tags which festive party; were Mr. and Heights Cemetery under dIrec-

,KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA. were Banners the Unfurled challenge In 1972 of ,"Our'* .so and Mrs.Mrs.Herbert Sam Wltherill Cuthbert.and Rev. Home.tion/ of DeWitt C. Jones Funer- .... . . . .

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VA And SBA -


Aid Veterans -

In BusinessAn __ ::6-


agreement has been
reached between the Small Business -

Administration and the CLAMIFIBD AD RATES FOR SALE- Palamlno colt, 3 You Have Tried DAN Y'S FOR RENTj! Trailer lot, on O.C. Garnet Nursery

Veterans Administration to assist MtbUnmm Charge .... 1.71 years old. Leo breeding no F.P.L. Call after 5:00: p.m.
Vietnam Era veterans In (Copra IS .**..) papers, $250.00. One miniatureShetland The RestNowTry PHOTOGRAPHYWEDDINGS ter BrovnplVolkswagen; 9648238. ttch8.JIMMY Thousands of Plants
quality necessary financial stud 3 year sold.$65.00. .- Fruit Trees Shade Trees,
to for SBA Bach wend over If-,. Both broken.Contact Elwood The Best K3RTRAITS' Evergreens Camellias,
assistance to start their own Padgett RC 2 Box 179F COMMERCIAL 1\ Roses
Me Extra Chart If not MOORE'S 'Azaleas.:
businesses. Starke. 964.8447.2tp. 2/3. 114 N. Walnut
All SBA personnel have been paM. In advance JACK SOUTHARD D Stark JWS4-8188, SUN SPORTS feat fa cans .*plant AnyllneLANDSCAPING

asked to take an active Interest CLASSIFIED DISPLAT 1972 Singer Sewing Machine.

In counseling: veterans |1.M Per Inch Used two months. Like new. ROOFING MOORE BOAT FOR P Ml. 8.E. of Starkff. Hwy." INnorahome
concerning educational opportunities Guaranteed. Makes zig-zagpat FOR SALE -3 repossessed mobile New Use YOUR MONEY fS-tI6S
available to theqj which Mcnaerlale IWsetNtlono. terns, buttonholes monograms CONTRACTOR homes. One used Mobile fates Btrvfce ,
\WI
could lead to an active participation overcasts blind hems, sews on Oitn's 964.5791Complete
Proclamation, etc -7e word Home. Mobile Homes Starke Ph.
In small business buttons. 10 payments of$5.11 or Phase 473-3485 Sales 100 West Starke tfchg. 1 ML North ef Tlr MallOAINESVU.LX The
CARDS OF THANKS Glass Shop
es.An $45.00 cash. Will take trade. Outboard *
,
official of the SBA said M word less ." Credit
er For Information write Keystone Stern Drift Service and
"We It to the Heights
owe veterans FOR PENT: KINGSLEY LAKE Glass
Haven ,
Lash: word ever W-7o Manager Box 473 Winter Fiberglass
Repair. Complete
who have a desire to own and
modern two bedroom
duplex apartment -
operate their own businessesto :Fla. 33880 2tp. 2/3. And Surround fill Areas. furnished and;alr- Repair. Custom For. _

provide them with sound FOR SALE10 pigs. I conditioned. Call Merritt Williams. 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand built Fiberglass. Fishing
management guidance and with I boar. Call 782-3415 after sow 8p.m. INCOME TAX SERVICE All Work Guaranteed 964-5391 or 964-7788. cleaned at Dahmors DIscount Boat AH CARS and TRUCES
"
financial help. tfchg. fast service tfchg Installed While-U-Walt
Up that
W. are happy to announce
Under the plan SBA manage- G. Phillip Redmon and Margaret Custom Vinyl.Auto Top..
ment assistance officers will
counsel with veterans: to de- FOR RENT Klngsley Lake Crosby have Just completed PENSACOLA HAY for sale. +-. _.". WE REPAIR and sell nearly SEWING 1017 N. Main C'vlD.
.n MACHINE-Cleaned.
2 BR
house furnished.\ No pets. an advance course In Phone 964-7679. tfchg. inilj:'i*"";*' needle made for any
termine what If every
training
,
they need In order to have any a Phone 533-2261. tfchgIff income tax preparation and iaf ::.::a.M1.' J brand stereo regardless of age. oiled and.adjusted\ In cleaner your

reasonable chance of succeeding will be most happy to assist A Hole la Your RootMOA r ;:=' Also the long play records at home repairs,$5.00.also. All Vacwnn
workguarant
Tv'lQHNl MOur'i
you in filling out your income MOBIL! INc 'I l off regular price at Dahmer'a -
In business, and will determine ? tfchg eed. Dennis E. Cogglna, Phone Taking applications] fog
whether the veterancan 'Discount. '
SALESMANR Town ttch8
226 431-1428
Finance Company,
qualify( for an economic FHA 235New
-
opportunity loan. N. Temple Ave. 964-7449 tfchgB -.---
I Opportufllty MBWBfMBMVMIMBMMBlM BaMieBBMBMBMBMMB BV*-, NEWLY REMODELED Home .
Brick 3 and 4
If SBA finds the veteran needs billion dollar FOR BENT.! 1 nicely furnishedone For Sale :3 I bedrooms 2 all
additional training It will cer- and fir. insur. bedroom house. No chil- WANTED: Acreage P4 raw or Im- new large baths 14 x 12 living Bedroom Homes
tify this to the VA, specifyingwhat once company forman dren or pets. Phone 964-5884. proved. Write Box 296, room large den new built- Call for Details
Paiatfta.: 32077. Phone
management training Is married and Itchg i Roofing 328- in kitchen cabinets. Large 125x FURNITUREQuality
& J Co. 2360. 4tp. 2/3. Low
Down Payment
necessary. The VA will then 200 lot with trees high and
arrange for training In an approved Interested In career SALE- 1966 Ford Station I dry Rd. '100 East. 3 miles. Home FurnJiUnf,j andModerate Monthly
educational Institution In life insurance. New tires, new paint Phone 964-8088 4734735.Hlway FOR RENT12 wide 2 bed- Very convenient terms. Call f Custom Draperies Payments
of the veteran's choice. Debit. Is Jecated Job.Wagon.Runs real good. AC, PS 301 South room trailer outside city lim 964-7701 8 to 5 Monday thru Carpeting

When the training has been Starlce and vicinity.No AT, $750.00 cash. Phone 964- its, J.B. White 964-6114,' if Saturday. Tfchg. 'Interiors by Victor LONGCHAMP HOMES'
no answer call 964-8799; .
VA experience nec Phone. ... U3Ml
successfully completed the 5261. Itp MOO Park Ave. Orange Park
will so certify to the SBA and. essary. Must have STANLEY HOME Products 1965 PLYMOUTH Fory m, WATSON'SHOUSE 2M-KBI .f tooth 6tarlre
FEB. 5- Garbage needs 3 ladles tor special part
If the veteran needs financingto equivalent of high STARTING R A H. AC, PS, PDB, AT. rr
limits of time work, car We
get a start the SBA will school education or pick-up outside city necessary. OF VACUUMS
4
to assist him In obtaining Starke. Call 964-8876 or 964- train you. Call or write EdithA. door hardtop. $500 cash. INTERSTATE MOBILE Hom.
try more, and be 21 9646580. Many brands of new vacuums
Ph. Itchg!
loan. 5261. Itp Sllger 454-2748 High moving in FIB Call. 964-5604.
a Used
$39.00 machines from
of Excellent up.
FOR SALE
years age. Springs. din>> 2/24 tfchg : 2 bedroom con.
1967 DODGE Monoco. R & H, $10. Expert Repairs all makes.
retlremint Crete block house near shop
nam It Is Era advised veteran that with the remaining Viet-- and disability plus FOR RENT Furnished Lake 3 FOR SALE- Bedroom, 2 bath PS; PB;, AT; AC, 4 doom Pacts and Accessories for all ping center. Low down payment -
bedroom home. Klngsley hardtop $400 and take up pay- vacuums. Built In Central vac- LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf terms Call Bu-
GI Bill educational benefits ether benefits. Must brick home, located Country ; easy
until June 1. Also 2 bedroom ments. Itehg umn cleaning systems. 712 N. Country Club, ready for ford Mitchell,
and phone 9648760'P.O. ,
EstateCentral heat
who should Club 964-6580
would be the one be resident of state 301
mile south
home one on Main, Gainesville 378-7110 building on
.
If he air conditioning, fully carpeted. ent Box 238 Starke. tfchg.IS .
this
look Into agreement approximately
Above reasonable Lots
one year. av unfurnished. Very FOR RENT: 12' X 60',Mobile area 1/2
Is Interested for himself.In going Into business .rag. starting pay. rent to small family. Phone land.Approximately Call BUI Powell 1-1/8 acre at 964-of Home 3 bedroom. Hwy 5-125 WE GIVE SERVICEWe get acre and larger. Paved roads

964-6491 residence 964-7753. 934-6810 after 5 Lawtoy. Phone 782-3025. 2tp. results! List your property for only 3 minutes from town. ACRES on U.s. 301 South
For further Information, VA the FOR INTERVIEW "P. 6464, or 2/3. sale with us. Call today.- Call 964-7701. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 641 ft. on Hwy.; $8 500.00 Cash
veteran should contact any pjn. tfchg Call Bill Broker.
BILL POWELL. BROKER:964- Powell 964-
local County Veteran SALE- Bedroom Concrete -
office the CA11376-6037 FOR 6464 or 964-6810
6464 964-6810. tf/chg
or
write central heat,
Service Officer, or block house NOTICEWlSHIONI'
the VA Office, Box 1437, St. 1105 W. Madison. No Phone SEWING
BUILDING
from 8:00: a.m. to 4:00 p.m., LOTS on SR. 16.
Petersburg, Fla. Calls Zip 2/10 RUGS- x 9, $3.19; 9 x 12,
and 8:00: a.m. till noon on Building Lots on SR.230.Building -
FR1ID CHICKEN $5.98. Many colors and pat- MACHINE
Lots SR. Call
Saturday. on 100. Bill
ATTENTIONBRADFORD terns. Also larger sizes at
More WOMEN DAHMER'S Powell Broker 964-6464 or
Money COUNTY DISCOUNT. lOt/chg
OR WE NEED YOU! 236 SOUTH TEMPLE AVE. 3/23 Sales and Service 964-6810.

For Nursing Send Resume to The Gainesville Sun is looking STARKE, FLORIDAWill PFAFF .' ELNA
for a woman between 18- HOOF TRIMMING- Follts.
Home CareA P. 0. Box 569Gainesville Stare old'to work In our be closed t temporarily for remodeling Ph. 964-8635. SIp 2/17 New Homes" WATER FRONT LOTS
Fla. office as a telephone WHITE FOR SALE
solicitor, Monday Friday 4 On Crosby Lake and Crosby
$1.6 million supplemental %-3 2tchg p.m. to 7 p.m. $1.60 per hour Watch Soon For Reopening I FOR SALEFrame '$49:JO up Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
appropriation to Increase statepayments or commission up to 4.00 per wide 8 feet deep) Located on
nursing home hour. Call Mrs. McGarity at House In new condition Parts & Repairs on State Road 100, 3 miles Westof

care will mean a great deal 964-5976 for Interview appointment ........................ .................. 3 bedrooms living t'OOm. all oth.r Mak. Mo. Starke Fla;"Ideal for'vacation -

to Florida's low Income citizens FOR SALE 12-foot fiberglat ';" ... .:; .... } : dining room 2 ,baths,. outside ch.......,," > "cottage mobile c, home or
who are In need of nursing f. city, on nice lot. lIIye.tment. .
home care, according to fishing boat. $ liP Evlnrude WANTEDFord tractor with FACTORY HELP NEEDED bedroom fraine house, Prices start at$1.295.00, $200
2 veryneat.
motor Murray trailer $350. NATIONAL
Douglas Endsley director of ; front end loader In good con- down' and $35.00 month for 34
Includedon
the Division of Family Ser- Phone 964-7822 weekends. l lip dition. Call 4734508. Itp : Some furniture Several mmif ((8 1/2'7. simple) Interest -
of land.

vices.It was reported that the $1.8 FOR SALE: One chicken barn WANTED Lady to live In with I' Florida, Inc. needs d.p.ndabl., abl. : nice 2.7 storage acres buildings.. Outside Gainesville 611 W. Univ., Florida Av. Call). 964-7701 8 ajn."to 9
complete, to be moved. 130'X help. No experience necessary. city limits.
million appropriation will\ gen- elderly lady.Lightdutles.Room s Porn.weekday.. tf
erate another $2.4 million In 24' with water gas and board and salary. Phone 964- overtime, (fringe benefits.IF 2 bedroom nice cement block 378-1355 -
Federal funds, resulting In Increased electricity.: Call after S :00. 6760. 2tohg. 2/10. home. Fire place enclosed ga-

payments for nursing 964.5153.3tchg. 2/17. YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLYOWEN I rage. Near Lawtey on 301. $200.00 DOWN, new brick and

home care and relieving FOR SALE FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house AT 5 acres of land on paved highway block homes. Payments as low
1971 350 Suzuki
critical situation In the near Ralford. Monthly $70.00 You
a pay near Lawtey. as a month. may
Medicaid nursing home pro motorcycle., Pay equity and takeover ments, $76.00. Phone 4311867.Itp. JOIST S CONTACT Qualify If you earn between
payments Call 964-5546. .
gram. :$70 and $140.00 a week. Call EXISTIMGH01rr1.S
"We hope, and have reasonto Ire Lincoln Road GEORGE ROBERTS Crown Builders 964-8337.
believe that additional facilities FILAMENT Strapping Tape FOR SALE: Gas range, heater, City Monday through Friday I. tfchg.
will be created with 3/4" x 60 yards. 2.50 Single furniture record player L 7:00 A.M. To 5:00 P.M. REAL ESTATE
Intermediate care beds,"Ends- roll.Bradford County Tele- clothes, etc. 521 W. Pratt St., : PHONE 964-7826
ley said. "It Is also hoped graph. \ Starke. lip.sr.r. ........e.............................. ,> .'
that skilled nursing homes can
421 W. MADISON ST
afford to accept Medicaid patients CARL BEGGS AVAILABLE
In need of Intensive care
and give them quality service. : rl S'1I1 LAKE FRONT Gulf Service YOUR LOT

The appropriation bill, which ,i. Used Parts
.
became effective January 1, Mary Carter Paints FARMS ACREAGEWe

will\ : 65 ft. THE FINEST SELECTION OF 53,5OO1EOOS01
-Increase the maximum '
monthly payment from $200 to :1" Need Listings, Best USED CARS u.*
$270 for Intermediate care. : 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH 102 E. BROWNLEE Of Service. We Can Arrange In this whole area
-Increase the maximum
monthly payment from $300 to To Finance. 24 Hr. Wrecker Service i FT.
WALL TO WALL Same Prices As Jacksonville
$350 for Intensive skilled care. CALL
OFUMNO
USED
-Permit supplemental payments : CARPET $499 REESE C. BRADLEY PARTS

other government except by the agency county or up THROUGHOUT! A dv ertised Prices WALTER WILLIAMS, INC. Hwy. 301 N. Wai da AREA

to a total of $300 for inter- .. 398-8388 468-1998
mediate care and $400 for $ 9 PER MONTH I INCLUDES IN- PRIZES 1389 Cassett Ave CAll'SLADE
skilled care. 4tp. 1-27, 2-17
Rises from $120 to$170 the SURANCE AND SET UP ON YOUR LOT fR

dollar level at which counties '
are required to participate In World's Largest Dealer In Mobile Homes GIVEN AWAY 2nd MONDAYOF LEW'SWELDING
funding. If the monthly cost
now exceeds $170 the county EACH MONTH SHOP
pays 35%of that cost. Come" In end register today. No purchase necessary HOME
Medicaid patients In Florida Whispering Pine .Mo-

nursing homes total about 11- M tel US 301<<) S. Phone SERVICESOR
600. It was recently determinedthat ,IMC' 9644232

about 80 per cent need ..... o a v. a6f6e.. ......_ =
skilled care, with the remain- UTILITY TRAILERS INFORMATION |
Ing 20 cent In need of
per IBMBI OrrCftTUNITY
" less Intensive care. MELROSE. FLA. t t CUSTOM BUILT Jacksonville
OAS AND ELECTRIC

John Stevenson WISHBONE FRIED CHICKEN A WELDING BRAZING Collect

LOW CASH FOR SHEET METAL 781-4055
REQUIftEMENTS
West Fla, U. Grad TRAILER HITCHES

NEW OFFERINGSAt 1 STAXXE AREA FRANCHISE INSTALLED

John L. Stevenson, Route 1, t NO FRANCHISE FEE ON THIS STORE! I
. Box 174 Melrose Is among
258 fall quarter graduates Bradford-Union Area Our NYSE-litUd company offers you many unusual ser PUMPSNEW
for 171-72 announced this week WANTED: Acreage, large
/ vices as on. of our franchisees. Our training program" It or
by the University of West Florida Ay small. Buyers _Itlng. Strout
I
the keystone of our backup services, giving complete details AND USED
at Pensacola. VocnfonoL Tedrnicol Center Realty, Inc. 2117 N. Temple
The University of West FlorIda and successful advice learned from many years of Ave. 964-6609 or. 964-8238.

Is an upper-level Institution t operation. W. offer a unique "even profit*" plan, which AW tfchg. SALES

'admitting only junior. senior lets yea enjoy year-round steady Income unaffected by PARTS

and graduate students. BEGINNING seasonal, fluctuations. AND A WISHBONE FRANCHISE INSURANCEAT SAVE SERVICE

The admittance Florida's policy extensive complements public & -- SHORTHAND t IS IDEAL FOR A STARKE AREA FAMILY. t REDUCED RATES ThoM Long Distance Deep nnd Shallow Wens

.j college program In which THURSDAY 7:00 to 10:00 P.M. AUTO Phone Calla Water Softeners and
students receive their first NIGHTS : : READY FOR DETAILS? FIRE' BOAT We now handle air line FiltersPlumbing

two years of Instruction. t CALL ((404)) 873.6641 t DOYLE E. CONNER tickets, cruises. and tours.,

Paul Richard INSURANCE AGENCY We offer a special package Supplies

BEGINNING IN ABVANCID SEWING Nights and.Weekends tchg. Tour of New EXPERT SERVICE ON
LImit on campaign spending i t ALL MAKES
-.*.*"> lilt, good idea. MONDAY & WEDNESDAY or TUESDAY & THURSDAY ((404)) 633.2043 WANTED Disney World PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
but art w e ready 'to lac. 'the : MaldatTo-RenaMo-v. Call 964-744
7:00: to 10:00: P.M..
prospect of a cheap president or writeM4JNFVitDF tel. Good pay. tfchg.

0 ; INC. FOR SALETwo refrigerators TOWN FINANCE CO. PUMP A SUPPLY CO.

The President ads for an good condition. $35.00 P.O. Box 224 N. Temple
end to partisanship, apparently BEGINNING BOOKKEEPING P.O. Box 7701 Station C each. Contact Elizabeth bison
I having forgotten to look at t I 2 miles E. Lake Butler on FOR SALE3 bedroom mason TYPEWRITERS: Manual or
the calendar. MONDAY.:& WEDNESDAY NIGHTS. 7:00-10:00; : P.M. Atlanta, Georgia 30309 St. Rd. 121 at the little store. ry house. Carport, utility, unit Electric. For tale or rent.

s s ably d tea.wt.. I.eot. -.. qtr Itp air. 1 acr*. Call 9973128. Itp Bradford County Telegraph


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