Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Friday through Sunday. Jan. .&10; calls for a chance of SECTION A* i' l'
showers Friday fair and cooler Saturday and Sunday. News.,..'... .. .. Pages 1-JA: I '
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moisture just below the 'surface was more than many thought in Legal. .. . .. .. .. .. Pag 11A '.1
"so-called" drought conditions. Lawtey residents were complainingabout ;

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A charge of $15 per building basedon the timber companies to see how- they
an estimated 4,000 residences in feel about 25 cents per acre.

Bradford County would raise S60.000 "I've been trying I to put togethersome
1'-I- for fire protection. Properly Ap- numbers to work as a base,"
praiser Jimmy Alvarez told the Coun- Alvarez told the commissioners. ad-
ty Commission Monday, Jan. 4. ding that contrary to reports in the
Dec. 31 edition of thf / he is
/Nr Alvarez estimates there are 7,500 Telegraph
p buildings In the county, some 4,000 of not working on a system:

them either houses or mobile homes. Alvarez: pushed lo* a reduced rate'
; i The other 3,500 buildings are either for agriculture building: such as
rt farm' or commercial which Alvarez chicken houses and other out
suggested be charged $5 each. buildings. Many farms have half a
/ But, Alvarez said some minimum dozen buildings of one type or another
& ,: : amount of square footage needs to be and it would be unfair to charge $15
x ASSwts' established by the commission under for each building, he saidA
which no building would be charged a fair rate would be $15 per residen-
fee. A utility building; Alvarez said tial structure, $5 per outbuilding over
should not be charged because it.1s 400 square feet and no charge under
not a fire hazard.'Commissioner. 400 square teet, said Commissioner
County in Action.. Lawrence Mosley Mosley the main official pushing for
M a ifw.-i asked Alvarez to come up with the the funds for the county's volunteerfire
C'N ...James McCrary above meeting number of buildings in the county departments."I .
Commissioner Homer Hart on Nh:
road __ over 400 square feet Alvarez's office feel we'll have to go 25 cents per
26th St. off 301 north warts the
said it will take some 80
Wednesday acre (on vacant land) to raise the
widened. The board members agreedto _
hours or work to dig that informationout kind of numbers we're talking
rj'j widen as much as possible with present because the records of parcels of about" Mosley said. The board at
j right-of-way. : : will have to be gone through
property but
Carter and Norman bottom left,,.' I first used.the figure of $100,000.;
Aa .manually; lately the number has been reduced to
try to switch drawers but'theweren't _
Commissioners Mosley and E.W. around $80,000. The commission to
the same size. I Hodges indicated they think some amount set which
New Chairman Carter gets down. tbusiness. date has no l firm
of fire will
type protection charge
; will be raised lor fire protection.
t have to be made on vacant land. The commissioners figured Mon !I
.; : Vice-Chairman Homer Hart gi Mosley suggested 25 cents per acre: and
his desk sign changed by secret! I day the $15 per residence $5 on
rr'F, Li Marian Mcrae. Alvarez made'no recommendation out buildings will raise some .
A'y on a fee on vacant land, but answered $65-75,000( but that a charge must be <'l
f Mosley by saying sonic minimum placed on vacant land to reach ( < I
"I ar'r .... r 1p acreage will have to be set. It will be anywhere near $ux>,000. "'1 .

+ ," : '"". .. a; rr I difficult to establish a fair charge on
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vacant land '
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,. owned by Container Corp. the charge Lawyers Tue. Night

.';;,.. .. at 25'cents per acre 'would be some
$8,000 per year. County Attorney Lawyers interested in being at.
.. Dudley Hardy predicted timber com torney for) the City ot Starke are in-
not with that
: panieswould along
; : vited to make presentations to the city
high a fee. The! Forest Service battles
commission in a special meetingnext
most of the forest
fires Hardy pointedout.
Tuesday Jan. 12, at 7 p in.
The commissioners must hire 1 someone :
i'A".t. "If they want to pay the tax we to replace longtime city at
won't fight their fires,"said Commissioner torney George Pierce \\ hoas

: Maxie Carter, Jr recently appointed Bradford County
... .. : ;: \ The board asked Alvarez to write judge.

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I Maxie Carter Jr. Heads County GovernmentMaxie Building Permits Stage Conn-back

Apparently unaffected by the national slump in budding! Urudlord
County racked up new construction permils tot.ilmn $7.imii.x; in l Carter,'Jr. was elected chairman of the Bradford County Commission the $500 Includes 10'hours work each month. Under the $200 per month retainer topping 1980's total by $357HH'J.:
at Monday's annual reorganization succeeding. Commissioner E.L. Hardy charged for any extra work, the commissioners said. Hardy Making a quick recovery Iroin all's( In-low ait-rn!!' months ol
(Nook) Norman was reappointed September October and :November pcrmils in I Doi-omhcr 'loiili l
Commissioner Carter, beginning his fifth year on the board was chairman Chairman Cartzg I wTpni hnly three committee changes put the sign $527,700 almost equal to thi*7.;> lor umi.!
back in 1979. He was unanimously elected chairman on a motion by Commissioner shop under the Road Department, instead of the Zoning Dept. One changewas July was top month torctntslructionwilhpermualulalutgss74.iii\ ,. Lawrence Mosley. Carter-Norman switch, Commissioners Hodges and Hart were switched tober's total of $266,776 was low for tinjwir... while SrptcmlxT ami October
Commissioner Homer Hart was unanimously elected vice-chairman on a. Hodges taking over the Zoning Dept. from Commissioner Hart, and \\ only slightly higher.
n.otion by Commissioner Norman. Hart taking over Mental Health and the Health. Dept. from Hodges. Above totals do not include permits issued \II\\ the i'il\ ol Skukf
Committee assignments are: December's report from tile County Zoning ulhve|| Chimed .i ix single
'. Carter'and Norman merely exchanged jobs Norman taking over the Hodges: library, agriculture, and zoning. family l dwelling permits totaling $2.11IIMIIi(; ( ; \ mohilc huutr's. >!1_'.">.IKHI./; two
toughest committee job, that of chairman of the Road Department. Commissioners Norman: roads. commercial chicken houses- $4MIX); inisi'clkiiu'out.. S'7.iiHi.;; : ami one
complaints about roads far and above else. Mosley: solid waste and mosquito control volunteer fire departmentS.Hart .
say run anything church and school (Seventh Day Ath nrist! on lli4h\vi\| list across' 'tram
: courthouse: health civil defense and finance Pine Forest Apartments, SJU.mxi.
: Only thing the board had to Discuss was reappointment of county attorney Carter: chairmanship and the job of action as liason with.the city on the
l Dudley Hardy who asked an increase from $200 per month to$500; but joint zoning duties. .*


I, I;Request for 'Spot Zoning' on Denied by County Commission :f:1 I

: A recommendation'from 'the Count;y Commercial to RSF-MH, allowing Maxie Carter, Jr., and Hodges voting ward the request to the Board of Adjustments permission to advertise for a public located near Bethel Church
-. Zoning Board favor''of rezoninj g! mobile homes, was rejected by thef' to deny the rezoning. with a recommendation hearing on his petition to rezone 20,000 Fertig said If rezoning is granted he
'. :-21,000 square feet nine miles sooth o County Commission at its' Mondaye Manning has 30 days to appeal the approval.In square feet, one-quarter 'mile oil Intended Id use the property for 'I
"';starke.on Highway 100 from Intensivi meeting when three board members! Commission's decision to the Circuit other action *t the December Road 230A from Open Rural to Inten-' repair of "exotic cars" in the :MG and

decided it was spot zoning. Court. If the appeal is not filed or is meeting Douglas. Fertig was given sive' Commercial. The .property. is Rolls Royce class. ..
denied he has been ordered by the !
Pervin G. Manning, owner of the zoning office to remove'the mobile
property, a triangular plot between home from the property. .
,. SR-100 and GS&F railroad tracks .
Manning said his son wanted to occupy -
sought the rezoning to allowhis son to the mobile home'for security
i occupy mobile home that Manning .
,- originally'asked to be placed on the
property for,"storage" of materials Asked.
I. ....-. Special. Exception .. .
,for his! commercial_ .operation there., 1-
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: The Bradford County Board of Adjustments
(,, -;:. "."Isn't that spot zoning?,"! Commissioner 'willmeet at s p.m. today
: E.W.Hodges asked when Zoning (Thursday to' consider developer ,
i" .. Director Lv M. Gaines read a 'Jack Courtnay's request for a special !
::1' I description of the property exception on five acres southeast of i :

.,. -., "Yes sir.. 'It's a perfect example' ',(Keystone' Heights, fronting on tt
21.If granted Courtnay k
:THURSDAYJan.7 Gaines 'Highway
'spot zoning, replied;adding
said the zoned Single;
property, now
:: CIVITAN BLOODMOBILE that the staff recommendatiod.was:
Residential will-be used bythe
f" '
: the
9a.m.-3pm. against change.
.\ Christ :Evangelical Lutheran
Vo-Tech "It .- Church for construction and use of a
i. Blood Donors NeededTUESDAY. might open up a keg of worms"Hodges ,
2. said asking the board what worship-educational building! At pre-
.Jan. 12 would happen the next Ume someone sent the thurch: congregation; with
a 'else made a'similar request. -' Glen F: Schmiege as pastor; is' w-
BROOKER COUNCIL meeting the"Keystone Lions Club.
i, Meeting 7 p.m. Commissioner Homer Hart moved '-
'*-? t ..... to' uphold the Zoning Board's recom- At its December 29 meeting, the.. .,.
t:- tHAMPTON COUNCIL mendation, and there was' a long County Zoning Board, voted to for! :

al.F1: ;". Meeting.....7 p.m. :pause with no second forthcoming.:>> G1

t < BRADFORD ALiSPORTSP Commissioner 'Lawrence Mosley'I1naJll'uked" .Correction!
y 1 "You say Its spot.too-' 1
.t M.etlng-JdO p.m. in8T' Gilbert Nelson, the new Worshipful, r
t ( Western Steer Steak House Master of Starke Lodge No 35 F fc i, y

t' ;: i Dutch Treat Dlnn.r":30 p.m "Yes sir," Gaines replied, adding:, AM, was Incorrectly Identified as a ---- ---_..-- =".. .!..--. .-q ..-.. .. --_. __....
Ev.ryon.'nvlted' "I'm supposed to defend the"Zoning realtor In the Dec;; 31, 1981 edition of > ._, .
r:. t Board, but I cannot. In good. 'cons-1 the Telegraph. Pinned.In Aft'Cr sh...;>
THURSDAY. Jan. 14 Cience defend this decl ton'" and ,
We regret the error apologize. l A;, Rescaers scramble to free. Starke policeman Joe another car at dusk Tuesday Jan. 5.
$ FINALPECAN At that point Moeley seconded for embarrassment it night have i (
any .
Kaiser. gripping steering wheel, from the ChryslerKCar See story and
Farmers Mkf.-t Hart' motion, which wan defeated more photos on Page SB.
%: p.m. caused Gilbert Nelson.'
j '3-2, with' Chairman Nook Norman, -The Editor. j I; police Y car In which Kaiser crashed heaitan with Officer: Kaiser had a broken leg and a head, Injury! '

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Pge2A TELEGRAPH January 1. I98Z

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City is Left Wondering 4,,\f..:;{; ( i Tornado .Talk,, s J

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.- Vickie Carver

I On EPA Sewer FundingAfter ".'<\ : by } P

) Iv /1 Thought for the week:
a Christmas letter from the funds expire (I.e., they are lost to the ;'i4.zA If I am too busy for God... I am too The Art Club will have the first
state Department of Environmental State of Florida) if they are not
busy. meeting of this year on Monday, Jan.
Regulation, Starke commissioners awarded .
by Sept. 30,1982'numeroQS; '
will be
The meeting right after
are unsure where the city stands in its municipalities\ have in- at 11.
expressed be back
Everyone sure is school in the art room. Mrs. O'Brian
five-year effort to get federal fundingto terest in using the available funds on eats BHS. glade re new out
expand and improve its sewer \ good; is the sponsor.
immediate basis. .
an and
fits; new toots, new ,
system.In "The EPA has questioned theDepartment's I r h it
A all\
even new cheerful spirits. For we All students interested in participating -
any case,the decision on whetherthe water quality analysis .- know that school is half-way over this In girls and boys track must
city will get the grant will be which Is the driving force behind the l :j school year!11 I meet In the
decision will be need for your project. We are most /1 re-organizational
made by Feb. 28. The ; 'fr Jan. 6, at 2:45: for a
made in Washington, D.C. concerned that the EPA has been meeting. Regular track practice will
unable to fund project over the
Next step in the program will be the your 2:30
Monday, Jan. 11, at on
second begin on .
major multi-million grant in the program past eight months and that the project r j The counselors will listen to
which was certified to DER may not be funded prior to September ', semester schedule change requests the track.

April 29, 1981 from the federal En- 30, 1982. As we are sure you can appreciate according to the schedule below. for the Cheese arid!
The drawing
the cannot Wednesday, January Bth
vironmental Protection' Agency Department
held before the
EPA). That was done in line with commit to holding funds for your project A -J ...'9th grade..2nd period Sausage sales was list of the
President Ronald Reagan's order for if the end result is the loss of such 1JI 'K Z ... 9th grade ...3rd period holidays. Here with is their a cash prizes topsellers'along
the state's to take over administration funds to the'State. A decision as to A J ...10th grade ...5th period :
.. Renee Wimberly $100
whether certification of .. ...6th 1st place1. ;.
of federal block'grants.The our your pro- K Z .10th grade period
I! ii .., Debbie Roark-175.
2nd place .
council asked City Clerk Neil ject is to be withdrawn mosfbe made ,it, 3rd palce ... Edward Crews $50
Tucker to check with engineers Jim in the near future. L Thursday, January 7th
A *J ...llth grade.1st period 4th place ... Drew Andrews $25 ,
Lucas and Don Ruckman of the firm
of Bessent, Hammock, and Ruckmanof "Please be advised that the Depart. : K Z ...llth grade ...2nd period In the drawing the big prize was the,

'Jacksonville, to see where they ment will make the'decision whetherto Lt : i :: : A G ...12th grade ...3rd period car, won by Brenda these Willingham.students and Congratulations all-
withdraw our certification of your .. to
think the city stands on the funding H R ...12th grade .5th period
issue and/or project approval. grant request by February 28, 1982. S Z ..12th grade..6th period others that did such a good job.The
Two major considerations be us- student council deserves

Richard W. Smith P.E., chief of ed in that decision: 1) 'the availability Putting a "Face"-Lift Friday, January 8th preciation for making the assembly
Bureau of Wastewater'Managementand of FY '82 funding for other projectsnone Make-up Day ..;9.12 grade A-Z such a success.
Grants of DER, wrote Starke ( Is currently available); and 2) On the Tornado Gym... 1

Dec. 31 in a letter'addressed to the the acceptability to the EPA of theDepartment's'
Bradford High seniors Chuck Williams, left and Jeff Lawson painted a
late city clerk Merrill E wards.Smith's water quality BIIS morning 6-foot tall Tor-
the Monday
touch gymnasium
bright new on
reanalysis (which is currently under-
letter states: In school colors scarlet and Farm WorkshopSet
nado mascot painted gray Management
way). You may not be aware that a
which dresses the wall just to the
Their school-spirit masterpiece up gym
'Because of the high priority decision to fund your project must be
Idea borrowed from another school
assigned to the project by the Depart- made in Washington D.C., and the right of the main entranceway was an
Yellow Jacket St. and decided we ;
at Augustine High
ment, has been carried reviews at the EPA Headquarterslevel they say. "We saw a
your project needed a Tornado" said Chuck, the president of the BUS student council anda in Worthington Springs ;
over onto the "top" of the FY 82 have required as much as one basketball .
Priority Project List. The envisioned year to complete. In the event the Tornado player.
model of the BUS school clocks. "We just
funding of the project would be from decision is made to withdraw our certification Serving as a was a picture on one workshop scheduled -
attend Farm Management
Area farmers are invited to a
made him a little wider, Chuck said..."and a little jollier Jeff added pointing -
the'currently available, but severely funding of your in Community Center in I
project at the smile they put on their Tornado. today,Thursday,Jan. 14, at the Worthington Springs
limited, FY 81 allocation. These the foreseeable future unlikely. Union County .

The workshop, which is sponsored by the Union County Extension Office
and the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences't
IFAS), will run from 9:30 a.m. through about 2:30: p.m. and will include a 1
r Lawtey Talks About Improving Water Systemit lunch. Registration cost is $5, payable at the Union Extension Office at 580 S.

Lake Ave., Lake Butler (phone 496-2321>. t
The agenda for the workshop is: i

A probe into buying equipment to he is patrolling. It"saves gas, Jordan can be gotten out, said Jordan. The build a drying tower which can also -9:30Introduction: by Logan Fink. Union Co. Extension Agent -
push pipe under 'a paved road to pointed out. If the city sells the bike it other policemen are not to anxious to be used as" a practice ladder, and 2)) -9:45Law of the Land presentation bv Neil Spirtas Multi-County C.R.D.i

enlarge the Lawtey water system was is OK with him if the money that is inMarvin ride the cycle, the chief indicated. fix the station so a man can sleep Agent. 1
set in motion Monday night;Jan., by there overnight.Was -10:IS to noonGroup I: a Marketing presentation b).'Joseph Schret/inann.
Mayor Marvin Rosier.Commissioner j Tabled until the Feb. 1 meeting a a Gainesville Financial Advisor from 10:15 to II, and Dr. Arden Collette ant
Robert Scott request by Chief Jordan for a sixth food and resource economics from 11:15 to noon. Group II: a Cash Flow:

brought the subject up when he said a shift for Police Officer Dwl ,ht Kern. told the city has pumped 203 Management presentation by Dr. John Holt an Extension Farm Management -;

resident on Jones Lane, between The council asked attorney Richard million gallons of' water since the Specialist.
US-301 and Lawtey Correctional Institution Welty to find out whether the city will system has been Installed. Watts said 12.1 p.m.Lunch, ham slaw, beans rolls and tea.
wants city water. have to pay overtime if Kerns works that 4,583,334 gallons of water were -1.2:30: p.m.Group I: the Cash Flow Management presentation by Dr. ."
With the two customers on Jones more than the 40 hours he now works. pumped in December:; and 55 million Holt. Group II: the Tax Management presentation by Dr. Colclleand then the-
Lane served by one' 3/4-inch line, dl Jordan said the extra shift will relieve gallons' in 1981. Marketing talk by Mr. Joseph Schrelzmann. 1
Water Superintendent Barry Watts him of being on duty both days every "How does that translate into
said the same 3/4-inch" line cannot weekend. Council' agreed 'Jordan money,"asked attorney Richard Wel-
provide enough water for three needs some relief from the weekend ty. Good thruJanuary Ros8a's981

customers. duty. "We're doing all right," replied \
Watts said it would be a matter ol .
Commissioner Priest moved and Clerk Shuford. 964-7570 597 Raiford Road ,
putting a pipe no less than two in-
ches, under SR-200A. Since the city Bright seconded the motion to add the

has no equipment to put a pipe undera extra day for Kern; but the council Hiir Cuts . . S4.0Q r

customer road extending cannot be water done to now the; Watts new questions tabled the same request up.when the overtime?'.._'! .' -" "Drrsarnt: Card aridfiisa""toff of Thanks wouTaiike to 1;', .Shampoo Set,.,-,.........,. -* .. .'.. .. 55.00. ;A;

pointed we're out. ,express their deep appreciation to,,the Hair,Color.' .OJ. '.4f1oq. ; >.*I. *>extra .$5;OQ J'J
"If going to expand the water
Was Bradford County Sheriffs Depart- ..*.' 291"'vPerm / v H
there's dozen y told .the Fire Dept. made 12 ': dli "
system a 'places we Special
need to Watts said. runs in December, 5 in the city, 7 out- 'ment and City' of Starke Police

"Every go time somebody comes in side. For the year there were 19 struck Department for their diligent of the effort Wave (zoos) . . $15.00 ..:
and equip-
andwants tural fires and the firemen "saved subsequent recovery
here water you get into the
Rosier some said Chief Bill ment stolen from our office.
same argument" pointed out Flue Crouse. His .. ,
Chief Bill\ Crouse. :Mayor of Lawtey goals in 1982, Crouse said, are: 1)) to '.

Hiring a contractor to do the expan- ,
sion in one sweep might be the best

way to go, Watts said. HELP WANTED
Have you ever been told or taken
the initiative to find out the price of a
machine to put pipe under a road
Mayor Marvin Rosier asked Watts
Two years ago the price was$3.500, Respite Elderly Care WorkersFor ,ea :l
minus an air compressor, Watts said,
but added he didn't know the price il/.

now. Rosier said he has an air com- providing care to elderly persons by reliev-
pressor the city can use.
Find out a price by the next meeting ing primary caregiver and assisting elderly with ,/ nut ,v,_hnnll
(which is Feb. 1), Mayor Rosier ask- ""I'LI'II twg
meal and
personal care preparation _
ed Watts. some f r" \*. :I not .4. h.nuTMa
i<) "'ArrhnnhvN)

Rosier Named i: mitrt
: Ability to read and write; niLbtnurtT
In 3-2 Vote '

reliable means oftransportation; ability to com- .1-, ... ... T-. r 1. it ..nuliiMi'l q ;i"oisi
Mayor Marvin Rosier began his municate with jEA"" -.-+'" ?i"i; ic. iihiiig ..Kitit4i
of of ;
variety types people
third t
straight year as chairman of the ---- >m
council and mayor Monday night backgrounds ; skills and experience in household
alit; ,1l lrtosbo1H
after a 3-2 vote over veteran Commis-
sion Robert Scott.Commissioners. maintenance and personal care; good mental I ''tiauttat.

Buster Bennett, and physical health; and willing to accept train- .. ..
I :1. '
Shorty Rosier on Priest Priest's, and motion Rosier for voted Rosierto for ing and supervision. WHEN CHUBBY ISN'T CUTE "' t ..0,.alt,,m l

succeed himself. Commissioner !<,,, ,
Emmett Bright and Robert Scott Apply to ,h oj ,

voted for Scott.Commissioners. .." ANYMORE ITS TIME TO ."., ,"h.,' ..,....,
Rosier Scott, and Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic 'J<" I_ ..
Bennett, Clerk Lucille Shuford and
Police Chief M.M. Jordan all\ took the 321 W Madison St., Starke, Fl. JOIN WEIGHT WATCHERS.

oath of office as they. began new Phone: 964-8382
terms. Cry.and they'd give you a cookie; Be good and
Unopposed this year were City Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer you'd get a hunk of chocolate cake.
Clerk Lucille Shuford, Police Chief '
; With food as a reward no wonder so many I
M.M. Jordan, and Commissioners .
Bennett and Scott. Commissioner cute chubby babies grow up(to be overweight.At .

Rosier drew the only opposition; but Weight Watchers we teach grown-ups how ., ;j.,..
won 99-63 over former councilman. to eat all over again.And we do it without!! stare \ -

Wayne Massey. Mr. Advertiser ing you. or boring you. Our newest food ,
Jordan begins his 21st year as thetown' : .
plans favorite '
top lawman. Mrs. Shuford many your;
begins her 9th year as clerk. foods like peanut butter popcorn and j

Commissioner Scott, dean of the IF honey-within limits of course. "

" council, begins his 19th' year, Com And you get generous well.
missioner Rosier his 11th year, and We remember 80 per cent of what we read balanced nutritional menus. r 1.i .
Commissioner Bennett his 9th
Commissioner Scott was appointed year. And Only 12 per cent of what we hear Whether you're 13 or :...
vice-mayor by Chairman Rosier. At- over 30. Weight ;

torney Richard Welty was reappointed atc h., L t.
for another year. AND can 0 -

Garbageman Bud Barber was
teach ArA .
given a vote of confidence. The council Surveys Show r
how take off the .. to
\ was told Barber even picked up the you to ; -
garbage on Christmas Day Only The Most Believable Advertising pounds.And help you keep them off WEIGHT WATCHERS: ';, to
complaint about the garbage was You can be cute without being "' t
Newspapers 42% 7
Bud s rattling garbage cans before
chubby. And you'll find that compliments '
daylight.Committee appoints could be Television 26% will! make you feel.so much betr ;::'''.'f f; J

changed If anybody wanted to Radio 11 % ter than cookies. .
.. ...
change; said Mayor'Marvin Rosier,
but all declined. Committee Direct Mall 5% WEIGHTWATCHERS'

assignments are: Bennetts', streets; On Registration and First Meeting Fee .-
Scott, finance; Bright sanitation, and valid Indt January JO, I Ml .. '"
Priest water department. THENYour Oftor valid only a* a discount and may .
not bo combined with any other discount .
In other action, the council: Best Advertising Buy Is Your local Newspaper The most successful weight or spocial' rat.. Odor valid in' par ",:::'"

loss program in the world.tlclpatl..g areas only. f :
Was told by Chief Jordan the gar Bradford County Telegraph ,.
bage truck lights need fixing. The St. Edward Catholic Church Starke

truck is a hazard on the'slreeU before Call 964-6305 for help In preparing your advertising. 44 I'M.Tempi Avenue .. .
daylight wiUrno lights,said Chief Jor (Seunto. Opinion a.s..r.h CMpGett) .' ,
: dan. Mondays 6:30 pm Thursdays 9:30 am
for More Information Call Toll Fr.. 1-800-142.91
Was told by Chief Jordan that he Weight Watchers Intenutiofldl Inc.1982 owner of The Wwght Wjtdwn, tiadenwkr

likes to ride the city motorcycle when ..---


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January 7.1W2! TKI.KfiltAI'llJerry I'ager:

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County to NegotiateTo R I Gasldns Fund Started !

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For Young Cancer VictimIf l
Long Disputer
the National Guardsmen who perform surgery again it th i
work with SSG Tommy Gaskins at chemotherapy: doesn't! serve to combat "
2J 11 I Camp Blanding have their way Tom the tumors around the >uun| 1
my's joungson Jerry will be enjoyingnew Bradford boy's' liver.
Over Courthouse Space years that just Keep getting better To help defray the expenses o 1

s... .... .r w .. and better.10yearold treating Jerry the AHNG Traininf :
4 Jerry a 5th-grader at Site National Guard Unit has set up <
Reluctantly Bradford County com- ing the attorney fees of Judge Yawn a Lawtey Elementary is a victim ol Jerry Gaskins Fund at Commumt
fntssioners'. agreed' Monday to Commissioners discussed do cancer and has to undergo Bank Starke Anyone interested I ii1
;negotiate with the Eighth Judicial nothing further taking the case far chemotherapy at Baptist Hospital in making a donation in Jerry's behdl
.Circuit's chief judge In an attempt to ther which would mean getting an Jacksonville. tie had a kidney removed can make checks to the Jerry Gaskin:
{Mend the 3-year'. courthouse space evidenciary hearing before a judge in 1900 and unfortunately there is Fund and mall I them to or drop then I
Ijdispute.: from outside the Eighth Circuit and the possibility doctors wilt have to by Community Bank.Ttoe:3W .
?: Commissioners don't want to pay paying the legal fee. I
the' legal tees incurred by Judge "Could the court declare the county ,..J {: .
Theron Yawn in contesting who con- indigent and let the state pay the at- 1
l.trols space in the courthouse's second torney fees?" joked CommissionerMaxie 1 r:

nfloor legal complex the county or the Carter, Jr. ,. ,
"court. But, reluctant to spend'more "Dudley 1 know you're serious" -

tax dollars in a dispute with the court said Carter."I lie Still Has Lots of Smiles! ...And Plenty of Hats Too '
system, the commission authorized am serious said Hardy."I e ea.
County Attorney Dudley Hardy to offer am, too. I don't'care it costs -jear-ol Jerry Gaskius! doesn't! fiiif it hard (141 !smile, despite! suffering
$3,300'in legal fees for Judge. $400,000,1 Just won't.... I'll never vote from cancer: : at such an early DIt.nd he's lauded with haft loo as friends
Yawn. to pay the judge's attorney fee." and family have kept him supplied willi paps.Olins idirjREASON
,,,,By a 3-2 vote the commission Hardy argued that the board wouldbe - --- - - -
.agreed after discussing several alter- throwing away good money some j
1.natives to accept the compromise $5,000; it has spent to' date opposing Mobile Home Salesof
..greement Hardy brought after talking Judge Yawn for control of the legal t
with Chief Judge. Benjamin. complex space. Hardy pointed out the #12: The changingtax
'y Wench, Florida District Court ruled the coun- Starke I Iy laws.
Hardy said Judge Tench has a ty was due an evidenciary hearing .
generat agreement with the other cir- before an impartial judge; and the Will Sponsor A I II The Ci-onon" c Ibr i',>' j' ", i if i"i'<1' .
cuit judges to give the county the Florida Supreme Court upheld that every taxpayer roga'Ju'" ,', / mco'tii Your MAR
large Grand Jury room and a small ruling when Judge Yawn appealed. I SPAGHETTI DINNER : Block tax preparor can sho.v /mi'l !how the new tax
adjacent witness"room. It would give Hardy also argued the county could I ,'" law helps you savo! mono, u- i"V\ im's and
enough space to house the assistant spend $20,000 in legal fee!?if it carries point out chanyi-'hat, < i >I'", : w'oJ' 'I KOS in
state attorney's staff here consistingof the case further. Saturday, January 16, 1982 II t 1982
three' attorneys two secretaries, There is also doubt on the county's
and an investigator.In part that an outside judge. would. role I 4:00: p.m. 7:00: p.m. at Hampton City Hall i iI H&R BLOCK
return. Hardy said the court. against a judge here.Commissioner -

would require the'county to: Lawrence Mosley I Cost: Adults . '2.00 I II THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
DTo forgive its claim on the county moved'at that point to ask for an out 17 reasons. One smart decision.
judge's room.The commission had no side judge and continue the case. I Children under 10 . . '1.00All II t
trouble with that stipulation; pointingout Commissioner Carter seconded.
it is now used by newly appointed. "I'd hate to spend more money on I proceeds will go to the Bradford County Timberwolves II t 964 N. Temple
Attorney George Pierce. it," said Commissioner Homer Hart. CB Club for f nd- 'als .
2)To) pay Judge Yawn's attorneyfees. "All we are Is a whipping boy. The I purposesAge:43'AnrtuaKt0r t 964-8286
judges set up on 'a hierarchy and -- - -- -, -- -
Hardy said the attorney which rule" said Commissioner Mosley. -p
represented Judge Yawn' at the "Ultimately, we'll pay for it"said.
District Court of Appeals submitted a Commissioner E.W. Hodges. i- I
$12,500 bill. Hardy said he feels Mosley's motion failed 3-2, opposedby -
however the attorney should be paid Hodges,'Hart, and CommissionerEL. *
the same as the county paid its attorney Nook) Norman et I
at the District Court levels Hodges then moved for Hardy to ...
$3,3oa. Hardy pointed out Judge Yawn negotiate for attorney fees for Judge w>i't
only had legal representation. at the Yawn not to exceed 3300. Hart -
District'Court level. Norman voted with them 4 if
seconded v ,
The commissioners bridled at pay- and the motion passed 32.Hev. iIi.

Rev. to Preach .r two ,r t 1: 4A I

For GrandmotherAt A... .:
Mt. Vernon \

Rev. Herman O. Kelly, Jr., the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman O. Kelly Sr. a rf
-Jacksonville as 'a tribute to his
grandmother Mrs. Mycler E. Kelly ]
will preach at the Mt. Vernon United t tI I
Methfldi3j.Ch.urcJi.oC i the rpoker and..
N w.JRiy r area; located in NewRf4)Qt'C3 "'" r
: ;>r JWSary 10-at 2 p-m.: r .itfl : : S2.000 Age-5, Contr1ts.t1.m..I"f.( QO ?: Annual.Contribution 50C
R4y. Willie Sessions is the Ffestor;;. .. Retireh fedlktthty l l 9230:51a.lu.: .. :, ___..___m_un.nf Ualu_.'_miI"2.. _.__""J._. "" *.. Ttelfrement l Value S4>" 8ft? I
Brother Kelly Is affiliated with the -
Boston University School of Theology I 'h11
and on staff at Bethel A.M.E. Church v I.
jf) Springfield Mass., also a member I
if. the N.E. Annual Conference of the 1if .
First Episcopal. Dist oi the A.M.E. Herman Kelly .

I Church. r _$ j jf I 4Y I II It

School LuBradfaeitWu ich Menus t 1 1r

die School. ,\-I.a.CartelUll" .
Vo.t tehSchool: \ "", Jan. ii'Hiimlnirgen, pua French
All Klerhnttry: Schools_ Inca, inilkshiikearuriduv .
'oIi Jim. ti:1'i/za Tiwwhurgers. FrenchIncn ,
milkshakesUrilnroitat :
Janua January 15irtlnn Jjii. H.inihurticm, pi//a French
Monday.Jan. II:K, ,cho*&grildturntp' Inca milkshakes.'rhurxils .
greens fruit c, brad and mil**..'. ,. J.in. u:Pi//a, chiwHphurgers, French I
TurxdayJan. II:!> u' ik. CI" Inca,and inilkshuketrhliit. I
green beans pP4' 45d rolls'Se.'l'd .1.Inn 15'Fl/cj, French 'Ines, hamburgers f
Uerine.da\, Jan. I.liMaxham r chr< unit milkshakes r. WAge
sandwich. ran ife slaw ptf ji-h. '
crinkle,and milk. .
Thursday. Jan. II.Chicken,.Vn' > ,ohws?Mix, ." / .JI

Friday green. tan peas USpap..1:appleitaiicc.[W, OIKCUIIH.meal w&V umfcn4k. cheese. PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS Age: 55 Annual : $2.000 Ages 27 Annual Contnbution 53000 25 An ucn "ontnbuti' c: l00

at'n.lladi'n.ad.. pearti cnBpTi,, ,.riillB* ,andrmk. Retirement ,Jn1tnbUtiOrr: combined Retirement Value 52.61..;.08t Retirement frtlue: 5215'NOW.21133,6B9! '. ,.,.,'"
tj2.'d I
Bradford High-Scholl: ; 1,2. 5 Bcdroo Apt*.

January Il-January IS from ., 130- lo a7SM
Regular .
Momtiix..Jun. II Spaghelti W meal sauce, cheese
Iix. garden naiad, apple Crisp,hut ,rolls and @ 93O W. NadlMM'
milkTuenitay.. .
Jan. Chiikcn: un a bun or \\hall" Isalstusan Iboe964 6312
French tries, green '.....n.. Iruil )"1111, und Opp.efu.tty

Ae slaw peaches,rinnamnn mil, ,and milkrhurodut. WHEN YOU RETIRE.i i
Jan.. II.Kned. chitken, rice It gravy. Typewriter buyof
hullered green peas purple plums, hul ,,,II..

'ririuv.and gret'ns.milk Jan.truil 1 SnuHuge.cup,: cookie. ,chime cornbread gals..and lurnip milk. the year You could retire as a millionaire. With our great Fixed or variable return? The choice is yours.

Save $124.SmithCorona new Individual Retirement Account/you could retire After earning 15% through June 30th you have the 1
Final Pecan Sale with as much as $2.133.699 or even more. It all added flexibility of either of two high yield

depends on your age, annual contribution and when interest return plans. Earn a fixed yield initiallyyou

Set for Jan. 14A retire. l i equal to the two-year7Yeasury' !Note rate :era> vanable

How can $500. $1,000, 6r. $2,000 a year build up rate such as the 182-day Treasury Bill disrount

final, clean-up pecan sale is set so quickly? Because your interest' which is cornrate.. With Florida Bank's custom tailor ',i IRA you

ext Thursday Jan. 14, at the Starke pounded daily is tax-tree until you retire. And not decide which type return is best .-thp! choice is yours'
Farmer's Market on US-301
EState north. .I only do you enjoy yearly tax deferments you can An insured investment that insures,your future. a I'

Some 58,000 pounds of pecans'have deduct your annual contnbution from your taxable Our IRA is a sound investment plan for everyone '

>een sold at the market in the four income: finally a tax shelter for the not-so-rich. concerned about the uncertain future of their Social ,
; 'revlous'sales. indicated at
She Dec. 17 sale the last before Now every wage earner is eligible. Whether Secunty benefits. It's a great feeling to know that I

Christmas they would have some 2500 you're covered by an employer pension plan or not your IRA is going to be there when you retire At ...;' .

:jiuts't1arket for Manager a final Bob sale Allen.according. to you can put up to the maximum $2,000 in an IRA Flonda Bank your future is protected and your

2 Growers are asked to have theirbecans electric portable ($2,250 if your spouse is non-employed or $4,000 joint investment is insured by the FDIC Not all IRAs otter ::...

at the market-prior to noon for Typewriter,carry case deduction it both are employed). this security : '
the weigh-in.The sale begins at 1p.m. 3 Corona malic cartridge 8399. Earn 15% now plus Free Checking. To get your Whether you want an IRA for the tax savings now :
a 19,000 pounds of pecans were sold athe .
S additional
first sale, 12,000 at the second, 0(your choice cartridges 20. IRA oft to a flying start, we offer a better-than-money- the retirement secunty later or both. we provide

,000 at the third, and 12,000 at the Total $",. fund return of 15% (annual rate) through June 30th a 15% rate a variable or fixed yield tree checking plus I

11 st sale Dec. 17.THI. Sale package $295.You on your IRA-a guaranteed high yield in a declining the strength of a great statewide bank t l .. .I

J save $ 24. rate market. And everyone opening an IRA in i Come in and find out how much you'll have at : :

IXAOFOID January for 1.000 or more will also receive retirement ,with our IRA But hurry and start :::
COUNTY TUIGRAPH A Smith-Corona masterwork at a Free Checking. 15I ,.
earning Ii c .:
sensational sale price. All SCM'stopfine .
ThllA-d. .
PvblItMrd.v.ry ..
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features office-size ''\
.*no w.C.II Str.*f key- l.,t, ,
board full controls snap-in ribbon ,.11 1, ,...,. v {
Stark.. Florida 320t I Ill '
cartridges (including automatic correction 11\', i
!!),power return, Injector .. :':',:_ :' )
Sec..d CI... po.t..o,.101 ot paper .*\ -l.:;
extras like check ,
.rk., FloridaSubscription embosser Florida Florida Bank Starke .I
repeat key=and much much more. :, :
AU with \af ionnl ,
rugged carrying case. And '
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Rat ac J.IUison al Clark.Slr t. Stark., Florida 32091.90 you save 1 $124 on the complete Hank ""i
In troolo.w r11.00p.p or package! Come In, call, or write to- .
$4.00 il I. month ,
s. ;

Owttid' tr$ 4..W.>.l...month t'I ct.OO pow y.orJ. day.The Office Shop Great State., Great People. Great,Bank. : :" II}

OI98I Flonda National Bar\ksol Flonda Inc M .
Call mbrsFDtC j''
110 W Starke 964-5764 Substantial Interest ancj tea penalties early withdrawal 1 Retirement values are estimates based on an interest rate ol 12% per year'<:rr p-''.--it a dailyI" .

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TELEGRAPH January,7, 1982 -

I f/irginiaDarby 'Semi-retires''' After 26 Years At Bradford County Courthouse .1.1Mrs

{ clerk. Mrs. Darby was asked by the
Charles (Virginia) Darby may Mr. Darby was the Clerk of the After graduation from Bradford for jury trials. {.'''r '"., governor (a Republican) to serve but
be small in stature but she's" been Court of Bradford County for 16 County High School, Virginia attended :.;, chose not to change her party affilia:
awfully big in terms of the impact years, front 1953 tor 1969. Florida State'College for Women. Only once in 1968, when her hus- 1 ,' ';'.: tion in order to be appointed
she's made in 26 years of service at now Florida State University.: She band's 'arthritis was' so bad, did 'When it came time to run for election

the Bradford County 'Courthouse.That Born in Bronson, Mrs. Darby had a planned to become a teacher"but the Virginia have to goto court alone.The in 1970, Mrs. Darby chose not to
long tenure ended Thursday, small beginning, she and twin sister moneyran out. 'Virginia then attended civil case lasted until midnight. When run because of the responsibilities of
Dec. 31, as the lady known simply as Katie shared a birth weight of 5 ibs. Massey Business College In the jury came'back with the verdict, I the Job. To the benefit of everyone
Virginia around the Courthouse step- Due to the 'death of their mother a Jacksonville. However, she did Mrs. Darby read it and thought she ; she remained on the job as deputy-
ped down to a semi-retirement status. month later and their struggle to live substitute teaching the elementary had done a'good job. Judge John H. clerk through the years with Doth a
school prior to beginning her Murphree then'asked Mrs. Darby to
Mrs. Darby has been deputy clerkof they were separated. Katie came to careerat the Democratic and a Republican aoV",
the county court since 1956,starting Starke to live with an aunt, the J. F. the courthouse. poll jury. f 0": ministration.Now '
Colley family, while Virginia went to it is time to do all of those
just to help her husband with the When someone at the courthousedoes Mrs. Darby said she must have ;
live with an aunt in Lakeland. At the things she has put off. She plans on
recording while his arthritis bothered not know the answer to a ques- looked stunned, for the judge read her .
him. That humble beginning age of 12 the twins were reunited in tion, Virginia is the one they refer you mind: "You don't know what I mean, making a few already scheduled
mushroomed into a career of cour- Starke,where they remainded. Many to. Now the questions will have to"be do you" Judge Murphree said: Mrs. trips, help with her Church tFirst
thouse work that qualified her as".theexpert" people in Starke found it was Impossible saved for the one"week each month Darby replied, "No sir, I don't." Baptist) visitation on Thursdays- con-
of Bradford County Cour- to tell them apart when theysaw will beat the courthouse tinuing with teaching Sunday School
thouse business. them in town. Mrs. Darby Even though she had written down Class and enjoying her outside in
all the instructions, her husband had terests. Certainly not least of all will

", .. ., failed to mention polling a jury; as it be extra time to spend with her grand
I was 'seldom done. 'Polling a jury is children which now number nine. '

; '' '' something Virginia has never forgot- At the regular courthouse covered
: "
'I' : : \ : dish Christmas party, fellow
'E' 'ir"m' () ; ,tS' '
R"1" ten.Many
: ) changes have taken place in employees surprised Mrs. Darby
'. .
I. : ; ,
I ;.. the judicial system since 1956, the (after she told them they were not to

L' cases during the eight years from 1944 I have a party for' her) with a card
to 1952 numbered 250: In 1980 alone, table, four chairs, a large crossword:
there were 436 cases, and 418 cases as ; i puzzle book and a book for keepingher

of Dec. 26, 1981. record of solitaire games. All of,
Some QuestionsThat When "they" voted for article five these gifts are to encourage her.

and it went 'into" effect In 1973 the favorite pasttimes. :;'
criminal case load tripled. Mrs. Darby ; Her children gave her luggage for,
Need to Be RaisedEarly "said she did not vote'for the article Christmas' with a note "please put ,,
; she knew what it would do to her this to good use but don't forget the"

work load. way home." Good advice.

last year the Bradford volved are serious questions, In the case mining by the Court used to be held twice a year, sheriff, Brown and several others! all

County Commission-went not only as to the nature of the milled-peat process, a report now there Is court every Monday held, thinking there was a problem in the CIP Promotes
with court at the prison being
on record urging the Florida mining processes to be used, from'Minnesota states that it courtroom, to her aid and barrass-
once or twice a month.
Department of Natural but also just how and where generates "dry, very fine dust The amount of money taken in for ment. Tree Planting
Resources to give the the which difficult to in Certainly she knows a lot about
raw materials removedare particles are recording fees'In 1960 was $5,000,
"highest priority consideration" to be processed and control and have been knownto 1980 it was $20,000. called Bradford for County. she When people found are out
jury duty soon
to the The budget for 1956-57 was ForJanuary
purchase- transported. travel "up to 50 miles in what"problems"everyone had. It is In-
5,000-plus( ( acres of Santa Fe moderate to strong winds. $230,959, a drop'in the bucket compared of teresting how many people have
the 1979-80
to budget
Swamp under the En- As recently as four weeks'ago $2,226,642.Mrs. ailments, yet when they are contactedto By David W. Norton

vironmentally EndangeredLands we were told that' Georgia- be excused; they are seldom home, Bradford County ForesterOn
Program. Darby took over managing Mrs. Darby"notes: You know who is
Pacific had not determinedwhat criminal traveling and to where and why, she
court records in 1970 when January 13 the citizens for improvement -
This resolution reaffirmedthe L-l method of miningwould Clerk Gib Brown took office. She's says.When of Starke will>e sponsor

action of a previous boardin wt.,,$..r be used in its"proposed Santa the one who tags exhibits and she first started helping in theclerk's ing a' tree planting campaign. The
1975 which likewise Fe Tract operation: With over evidence, swears in witnesses and office it was on a short term trees which will be featured include
adopteda 80 percent of the winds in jurors, takes notes of trials and basis, which turned out to be a bless- Dogwood, Live Oak Red Maple and
resolution urging state acquisition it has
records sentences. ing as provided a vocation for Magnolia. These trees will be planted
of the land "to Bradford County coming from her. Her children'were in school at on key sites for beautification
assure both counties (Alachua ; I the "southwest, such dust; if The staff in 1959 was the clerk and the time, with'the older children able poses.' In order that this campaign pur

and Bradford) of an adequate generated; could become a served two deputies also as,supervisor Marian Crosby of elections, who, to take care the of the youngest, a first sprouts, so to speak, a few additionaltree
grader at time.
problem to property owners in planting tips need mention at this
water supply and Dot Ireland Mitchell. Now the The Darby children include one son, '
a vast area, including clerk's staff: totals 10 m the Michael of Orange Park three
The chief difference in circumstances U,41".. Kingsley Lake, Camp Blan- downstairs office and 4 upstairs. daughters, Virginia Jean Johns; of What are appropriate precautionary -
which I
_,.. measures need to takeat
surrounding I. ding, Green Cove' Springs, Recently 'Mrs. Darby was assuredof Kingsley Lake, Lee Akrtdge Lake tree planting time, to insure the

passage of the two resolutionsis .1'A. Middleburg, Orange Park, the security of the court. Followingthe Butler and Phyllis Noble"of Jackson continued health and survival of my

the fact that in 1975 the and'even the southwest por- judges order to recess for 20 ville.When seedling? ;

swamp was not considered by .' tion of Jacksonville. minutes, she called her office from she first started work, her The most important considerationis
the state to be sufficiently endangered "Ar the balif f's phone, with her back to the husband said if she would help him, to allow adequate depth of the
judge, to have someone relieve tier he would help with the home chores. seedling's roots at planting time.
to warrant
its Again according to the Minnesota
purchase since she is charged with the "Oh what a cook he turned out to be, Take adequate precautions to assure
at that'time and it was report; peat mining evidence. To her surprise the judge and he did help"said Mrs. Darby. the entire root system finds its way into

given a low priority on the endangered "might adversely 'affect started talking, so she lowered her After Mr. Darby's death Oct. 21, 1969, the soil and that all roots remain

list. .,- 'TVLast ", ',"."" 7 ., water quality, by causing inr -: voice/asking someone to come: to the Mrs. Darby acted as interm clerk until vertically straight. If you find the root

'Ft;; ft i Ii'fi' i? .cfeasedftconcentrations!\ ofx ;' courtroom." '.1m mediately she had the- ,,the governor ,appointed a ,new collar on the tree, the zone,where the

ye'arhowever' ; 'cifcumstanc'es -' .., ... ... qfrifentfThumiacids and; :t. .IIi.'W", ,. .,. I .. ', r.., woody tissue changes to root tissue,
"changed' -- rrc a xw xwr rr..r ."'" ; this area should be placed at least one
drastically with the purchaseof Other pertinent questions participate matt r. Impact oh toitwo inches below the Soil surfaced
surrounding natural water A good tip to consider is
involve mulching
of the
5,000 acres '
land swamp could be varied and difficult to County AgentsNotebook By and providing a shallow depression
by Georgia-Pacific Cor- for catching water around the immediate -
1. The number of to predict. '
poration in the hope of being persons vicinity of the tree. With the
be housed and BobbyTaylor
allowed to drain and mine the educated.employed, ; There is also the potential ;! period of intermittent drought exhibited -

swamp in order to use peat as threat of long-burning and difficult stable state-wide, this wilt insure a

fuel at its Palatka plant.Therefore 2. What the county may expect to extinguish bog fires moisture soil aeration.condition It goes while without improving -

the'1981 resolutionwas in the way of'income which are not uncommon in saying that adequate soil must be

extremely timely and it is from the mining programs: peat deposits, and' can burn This is one of the best times of the mer's heat and humidity. Conse- packed (firmly but not cemented

hoped that if did not fall on out of'control for several mon- yea to transplant plants in the land- quently, species and "varieties of around the root system. Hands work
deaf ears in Tallahassee. 3. Whether the county'sroads ths. Remember the deaths scape. It is also a good time to set fruits should be chosen on the basis of much better than feet in this: type of
are to be used, and'to dooryard fruit trees, or'start a home historical weather patterns. Some work. Besides if your're Using your
Statements made at Monday's what extent; by the industry's that occurred on Florida orchard: considerations of weather 'are hands this will allow you time to kneel
highways last as a resultof down and talk tree into
commission trucks. year discussed your growing.
meeting'indicate briefly in the following.
that the board still con- poor visibility on roads Fruit growing is an interesting and If adequate soil packing does not occur

siders that the best 4. How much water will the shrouded in smoke caused byforestfires rewarding hobby which provides Most fruits go through the winter in ;the first hard frost following your
for '
use mining and 'the fresh fruit at the peak of its maturity. a dormant state called the "rest planting operation will find many of
processes require during
Santa Fe Swamp is to Fruit trees can also be an attractive period". Generally, this is associatedwith your seedlings up-rooted (101".belly-up,
what regulations and ? With to' so to ">'7 r-I.' -ur.How
drought up 20,000 speak)
preserve it in its natural state addition to many of our landscape short days,cold weather and loss :
and allow it to continue in the agreements will be requiredto cars and trucks passing the situations. of leaves. "Exposure to winter much Ovate n and1o'tiie t \-h1 f-
control air'and water pollution western edge of the for ing :should I proceed with
rote for which it was designedby swamp temperature a certain length of
of daily via U.S. 301, the poten- There are many kinds of fruit which time prepares the plant to start active Following, ''planting"!>B t raiil; b'hII'ees
nature-forming a should
part be be 'Watered frequently
can grown our area. You can growth again when temperatures
the entire ecosystem of Big 5. How much land will 'be tial danger from bog fires can successfully grow apples, blackberries more favorable for growth. are for several months:For tili 'IDri i'a.rP

and Little Santa Fe Lakes, the placed on the inactive list, and easily be imagined. blueberries, figs, grapes, nec- it will be necessry walt'tortiOafe

Santa Fe River, and the for how long. tarines, peaches, pears, pecans, Temperatures below 45 degrees F. February' early March;'before the
Before receiving a goaheadto plums, and some citrus varieties like are known as chilling temperatures. seedlings shake dormancy'ah*watri-
Suwannee River basin. 6. How this land will be mine Santa Fe Swamp, satsuma, calamondin, and kumquat. The number of hours below 45 degreesF. ing'will benefit them: Fettilfzinfagplicatins '' -

Georgia-Pacific must submit accumulate the' can be of benefit provided,
The questions involved in through winter
brought 'back into production Selection of species and varieties is like watering, that it is donej'with'a
of months and constitute total hours of
reports one kind or another j ,
mining peat, as well as mining again, and what the proposeduses critical for fruit production as plants chilling. Our area has an of not-to-excess attitude, < "
phosphate, which some day are.These to some'16 state, federal, and which are not adapted to local condi- about 350 hours of chilling.average For fertilizer to be effe Cl tlve w Si ll At

may face this county, 'are local' agencies, including the tions will generally fail to produce j least one month after planting before

numberless and deal with and many other ques- Florida Department of, regardless of how much care and: attention Species and varieties differ in the 'application. Once again early March

unknowns. Bradford tions are extremely pertinentto Transportation and the U.S. the plants receive. Weather is amount of chilling they must have in might be an appropriate time, then

many the quality of life not only Corps of Engineers. perhaps the single most important order to complete rest and resume once, a year, generally in October
County itself does not have factor which determines where fruit normal growth, which is consideredthe November. '"
available to it a complete and in Bradford County, but also crops can be grown. Winters may be chilling requirement of the It is vital that all fertilizer instructions -

up-to-date geological survey. to Alachua; and other countiesup Jeremy Craft, ad- too cold for some; too short for others species of variety.A j are understood thoroughly
The exact location anrd and down the Santa Fe and ministrator of the Standard and still others may suffer from sum- before application !is made. Don't kill!
Permitting Section of DER plant which does your tree with kindness.
character and Suwarmee River basins. not receive suf f i- '"
depth "quantity has' already said, "I think National Volunteer rent chilling to satisfy rest is usually ;
of minerals subject'to extrac- Georgia-Pacific is going to delayed in leafing our and blooming. It is believed that the best means t

tion are factors still unknownto Perhaps all of these questions have Blood Donor Month Often, the opening of flower and leaf I insuring the prolonged health and SUF
a very difficult time obtaining -. buds will be scattered viva)of your seedlmgis it tea
'the county, although, undoubtedly will be addressed in the President Reagan has declared over a long to place
permits from all the period of time. Plants will live only a spot which will be relatively free from
the conglomeratesthat forthcoming Development of agencies involved:" Even if January as National Volunteer Blood very few years with insufficient J I potential human-type damages. If

are acquiring land for Regional Impact (DRI, and they should get an o.k. from Donor Month in honor of the many winter chilling. On the other hand I this is not possible' efforts shoulde;
future mining have the Environmental Impact State- blood donors who give so others may rather cold winters satisfy rest early :J made to protect the tree from these
all the other
15 still must live and
they ; urges others to join them in i inherent
so that the damage
information availableto plants start Grow
specific possibilities.
meats LEIS with
), that must be the growing
obtain a final from giving gift of life.
permit your share
the first of
them. warm spell, which makes fresh air-plant trees!!
prepared by the President
mining com Reagan needed blood in them
Bradford injury
Commission: by later cold
panies proposing to use the March/1981 after an assassination at- weather :
Aside particularly late
from geological data frosts
lands. But That is why it is tempt. He points out that "there is no which 1 1 r
they are' questionsvital reassuring' may destroy the bloom
itself; the county needs to ob- alternate source for blood. When the or 4-HNews yBy
to this to know that two young fruit:
and different
tain, from' the mining industries area, the ill and injured require' blood only
; some indication as to counties (Alachua and Brad- boards of County Commissioners another human being can provide this We have a good fact sheet of fruit
ford) whose land is bernff used 'have demonstratedtheir unique medicine." varieties that should help you select' Carolyn Redding,

their plans for extraction must be with interest 'in, and ap- More than 30,000 units of blood are the specie and variety of the fruit "- Extension T-.JII ,
within the used each day in America and the trees that might interest Agent '
or With
county and im- answers at the earliest preciate the value of preserving the holiday seasons over.4t's
possi Civltan Regional Blood come by
Center needsat your County Agent's Office
mediately adjacent areas. In ble the Santa Fe time to start thinking of 4-H business
date. Swamp in its least 100 units a day to supply the for your copy again.
natural state. blood needs for our area hospitals. The f
most important deadline c mIng -
Only five percent of the eligible | UP is the entry deadline for the
population donates blood, and it is in New Stop 1982 Swine
.. honor Sale,
of those
generous and for
very BookmobileThe
;< \.QRip.4 Friday January 8, at 4 p.m. All entry
"M AIPtHb t C. special people that the theme for 1982 forms
(J1i' ; proof of
and theJW
National volunteer Blood Donor Bradford County Public Ownership
4 Month is "Blood Donors are Quiet Library to serve you better wilt be adding entry Agent's fee must be- In the County
Mt r Wil: t. Heroes." a' bookmobile stop on Fridays need Office by this time. If you still
MIMII tr4iapt an entry form, one
lA beginning Ian: 15. The new stop will by you can get
slopping bv
Blood Drive be at Pleasant Grove, CR 229 and NW my office, but doo'twait :
too long to turn It inl! :;T
25th Ave. from 10 to :
: a.m. 10:43: a.m.
;i Thurs. Jan. 7 The There f a lot more to
'4jOb Handy Way step SR-1S and CR
.. 233, on Fridays will be shortened Swine Show ent2a
to 11
Publishers ", There will be a blood drive at the I ruling out an entry form:
a.m through'noon

.. I'ultll.h.dch Thursday and ntrd as scand Class Mattr.t the Past OHic at St.,".. Fla. wndr Act of March 3, 1171 Institute Bradford-Union Thursday Vocational, Jan. 7 Technical, from 9 library.Come take The advantage of your public I Fair that you'll'to April see?is l the a result Bradford or'a Coutty Jot-of>

:?, a.m. to 3 p.m. library on wheels offers I time, hard work
Subscription,.t.,In trad.,*.,$.Par V..,:SI f4 l Months The Civitan Regional Blood Center. the sane great wide variety cf) ser- part of and patience on the

t- Ph M*VM-4M5 Outslda" ....eras $10 far Var; IS.SOSix Month has a need for type 0 negative donors. vices as the main library Treat this In even 4-H'er when you'Involved.attend'the Keep

Stark.Fltrid Join the yourself to a free magazine, record, Swine
"People who love people"and book etc.at the Show; and. if you're a 4-H'er
donate a of Check think about
pint lifesaving blood. outr this right now, because
Fair time tai 't too far oHV,


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o d> Melanie Morris Chosen

The Social Side *I Miss Wallace College I

Miss Melanie Morris daughter of
Gladys Mooty OfComing The Mrs. Jean Morris of Starke and Sul y j. 1,
Robert Morris of Tucker, Ga. is the
new Miss George Wallace College of t
Society Editor Dothan, Ala.Melanie .
was chosen over 26 other

964-7608 News contestants after winning the evening i-4 I

O a gown competition and also scoringthe ,
most points in the judge's Inter- ,
Besides attending classes at
1 "rr EventsC.I.P. Wallace College, Melanie is a disc
jockey at WWNT Christian radio in
Dothan, Ala. She is also employed

Junior Club Meeting part time at Jason's Dress Shop at
Porter in Dothan, Ala.
To Meet Jan. 11 Monday, Jan. 11 Melanie is a member of Phi Theta

.j The Junior Woman's Club will hold A Community Improvement Program Kappa, the Madrigals, college choir, I

their January meeting Monday night, '(C.I.P.) meeting will be held and was on the president's list for the
Jan. It,at 7:30 at the club house spring and summer quarter. She was I
p.m. Monday, Jan. 11, at 11:43: a.m. at the ,
with Joan Agin and Marie Polk as Western Steer Steak House. also nominated for Who's Who among
hostesses.St. American Junior Colleges.
community are urged to
.. attend. As Miss Wallace, Melanie will be '
I representing her school in many activities -
Mark's'Women in 1982. The hi-lite of her reign
being the opportunity to represent her
,I To Meet Jan. 12 Arts ProgramAt school in the Miss Alabama pageantin
F.v-- i Ala. in June.
r ., ... The Women of St. Mark's will meet Woman's Club Birmingham,
r .. As the winner of the Miss Wallace
: Tuesday,Jan. 12, at 7:30: p m. in the 13
January crown Melanie receives a one year
Parish House.
'.:.. at C. Wallace college I
This will be a very important The Starke Woman's Club will havean scholarship George 1'.
+" r ';;"" ::4-; : meeting'and all members are urgedto Arts program at their Wednesday, a $225 book scholarship and gift ,
r certificates from merchantsin
a various
c attend. Jan 13, luncheon-meeting at 12 noon :\It'lanit'Iorrl'!
Dothan Ala.
at the club house. ,
'.;, Miss Morris is a 1979 graduate' of
I Hostesses are Mrs. J. J. Wolbert,
Homemakers Club Bradford School where she
High was
chairman, Mrs. Mildred Bellizzi, Struth-Gullic
'. \ To Meet Jan. 14 Mrs Carlos Hernandez. Mrs. C. 'A. chosen first runner-up in the Miss
fit' ? Knight, Mrs. J. D. Odom( Mrs. M. A. Strawberry pageant of 1979. Rehearsal DinnerMiss
\ Homemaker'sClub Melanie is the of Don
Bradford County grandaughter
Mrs. William Mrs. H. C.
Payne, Rink
will meet Thursday; Jan. 14, at Ritch, Mrs Gary Stephens and Mrs.L. and Pauline Bush of Raiford road. Nancy Struth and Gary Gulhc
10 a.m. in the Agriculture building in T Starke. gave a dinner party Saturday Dec
Starke. Young. 19. in the Methodist Fellowship Hall

r Alicia Homrich, extension Home alter the couple's wedding rehearsal
Economics' agent will give the program The U-shaped tables! were covered
WOK Aerobics Excercise *'ith red and white checkered cloths
on Cookery. Methodist Choir
Everyone is invited to attend all the and held arrangements ol red and
.1 Classes Start
iJfW meeting regardless of sex, race, Up Supper PartyThe white carnatIOns.
religion or national origin. The Rec. Department's free Tues- First United Methodist Church The 15 guests included the wedding
party immediate familIes and U1.ol(
and excercise classes
day Thursday chancel choir held a covered dish supper .
get back underway this week and Sunday evening.. Dec. 27, at the town guests.Country

:Mrs Thomas Riherd II Ceramics Classes night aerobic dancing starts next home of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish.
Tuesday. The home was gayly decorated in Club Holds
arbara Bullough-Tom Riherd Open at Rec. Regular excercise will be from the Christmas motif lor the occasion
I ytt 9:30.10:15: : a.m. with aerobic dance The buffet table was covered with a Las Vegas NightThe
The Starke Recreation Department from 10:15: to 11 a.m. on Tuesday and white linen cloth with a red and green Starke Golf and Country Hub

.Wed In Alabama Ceremony Monday Ceramics, Jan.classes 25. reopen for 1982 Thursday mornings. runner and was centered with an arrangement held a Las Vegas Night entertainment!
The night aerobic dance classes red
of white
ba pompoms New Years Eve at the club house
The Monday night classes will be start Tuesday night, Jan. 12, and run
ribbons and bows and red candles
roses and'lilies of the The bullet centered witha
valley. table
The wedding of Barbara Ann held from 710pm. at the OW Armory Tuesday and'Thursday nights for Iff watched was
The bridal attendents Following dinner the group .the huh
wore and
rBullough and Thomas Malcolm gowns with classes offered holiday arrangement
morning on weeks at the Bradford'Middle School
I Riherd II solemnized December ot dusty rose peau'de soie covered by Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to noon. Advanced classes are from 6-7 the Methodist cantata which was day theme prevailed throughout On-
shoulder of-silk illusion In a gym. held on Dec; 20 on a video tape Clubroom Hors d'Oeuvres '
acre serx
;27,1981 at 2:30: p m. in the Chapel of capes and the beginning classes from (
floral dusty rose The at prn recorder ed the with hrtMkias,
the First Baptist Church in pattern. during evening '
715-8:15 each night.
tendents carried French bouquets of : p m The 25 attending included choir served at 1
Florence, Alabama with Rev. JSddney w a.m.
Cost for the classes is $8 for
Sample performing the dusty rose, pink and dubonnet silk the 20 sessions members, husbands wives and dates Stereo music was provided lor dan
eteremony, flowers.The maid of honor was Lisa ring and intermission Ui>Arii<.

/.The bride, given in marriage by her Cumbee of Montgomery and the Roberts, Jr led the auction ,.

parents Dr. and Mrs. Vaughn L. bridesmaid was Wendy Hansen of ------ --------- ::1
rBullough, was presented to Thomas Birmingham 1
'*y her father. "The groom wore a black tuxedo. His
-TThe: bride wore a formal gown of attendents wore grey tuxedos with 1
"white silk organza and imported black lapels.The groomsmen were e 1i i
Venetian lace. The empire bodice father ot the groom Paul M. Riherd
ot Lake Butler served as best man
rteatured a Victorian neckline and
(sheer bishop sleeves. Silk Venetian and T. Barry Haynes of Auburn:The

face appliques were.featured about ushers wer.e; Roger Bullough.
.t: ...bod1ce..Silk,,covered buttons,, Florence and Stephen'Bultough; o: r r ; t I "AI ANt l j

OTjnptoOtsl the<.liti back
which: was edged with Venetian lace. the bride, wore a teal blue quiana
!tier headpiece of matching Venetian gown featuring a pleated skirt, i
-lace held a waltz-length veil of silk iiirsion cumberbund belted with 'a pearl
!il edged In lace. The bride car- buckle and sheer 'sleeves of mat- in Store
.ned a French bouquet of white silk ching silk organza. The groom's Everything
4'. mother Mrs. Paul M. Riherd of
-/i Lake Butler wore a claret wine
1:;Ln quiana gown featuring an empire Barbara Valin ski
.*, i .ry waist and gathered skirt. marked down 25 % & Up

tv., :. .f The bridal reception was held immediately Barbara Valinskl,
following the ceremony in
BERTHS' the parlor of the First Baptist Jack StrubeTo i

Church. Wed Feb. 27
The bride's table was covered in
lroI 01 o:!r.gniwo1d I .
c;... r'JO ::; lace. At (one end was the three tiered Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Valmski of
Jon 2tob snlJbsq "r 1 : polll/ white wedding cake decorated with Starke announce the engagement and
; dusty pink roses. Centering the table approaching marriage of their
l rat 0 1nGfi3il J'n''ViSforla-Lee!<< Tice was 'a lovely arrangement of silk daughter, Barbara to Jack: Strube,

.q '/IITnI b 'J'HI',. roses and assorted flowers of rose, son of Mr: and Mrs. Ed Strube of Save on
Mts: Lisa MorrIs' Tice of t.,Starke. pink and wine grape flowers. At the Keystone Heights.The .
Jtndt'p' iltp'Me, nTage ot Cottonwood opposite) end the silver punch bowl wedding is planned for Feb. 27 y
ATa.: annouiw tl'1F bldh ol a daughter, was topped by a frozen ring of fresh at St. Edward's Catholic Church.

yg9ic]' :i + aborn: Re l4fin5hj fruit from whIch the punch was served -

4 r'!' j ppl1 ospitai Mints and nuts were served also. Did You Know.......... Sports Wear
}; ,grapdparents? are! Jean Following the reception the bridal
and Robert Morris'Maternal couple left for a honeymoon in Mr. and Mrs. Robson Duffy of

I qr r Ji.a,. great- Gatlmburg, Tenn. The bride wore a Hampton; Va., Mr. and Mrs. David _
Jhfmltfr'. and Mrs. Don navy suit, crimson rose blouse and Byers and Johnny 'Eggers and ,7J1 Ik
!l\t\ iAnanne also has matching accessories. The
Li mq ,: ape<< couple children of'Jacksonvllle were holiday
erpal; re..tgreatgrandmother.1'r will reside in Winter Park. guests of Mr. and Mrs: B. J. Eggers:
.1'1' t9 GTffmrliving| in Cotton- Mrs. Riherd attended! Auburn Dresses

wo ( \, University and will attending the Mr. and Mrs. C. E. (Rip) O'Steen
1 I.!'.I f.ftIGt'PAI. grIJ.Qmtirents are Mr. and University of Central Florida in and daughter. Heather attended the
osephT ce ol Cottonwood, Orlando where she is majoring in in-
j {//J.j\p'. Peach Bowl game in Atlanta on'Dec.
maM vl is' dustrial. engineering. 31. -
Mr. Riherd graduated in business YEAR-END '.
ntiit "u" aJe;

bid i 'You Know.......... and finance is employed from'Auburn by the Universityand Barnett Mr.Mrs and Ira Mrs.Wells Mark of Gulf Crawford Breeze and of / DRESS } Boys & Girls I

; Bank Holding Company auditing Cooksville. Tenn... spent Dec. 17Dec.
siMr. and Mrs Marion Payne and
daughter; Nancy, Michelle Sapp, Mr. department in the Orlando area. 23 with Barney McRae. They all,
Out of town guests included Mr and Wear
along with Mr and Mrs. SALE
find Mrs. Tom Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Paul Cary'Nazworth -
M. Riherd, Lake Butler
; and
family attended
a family
Lee Casey and daughter. Tara and!
and Mrs. Hobbs the Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Douglas, Macon, reunion at the home of Dr. and Mrs- I Men's
Mr. Johnny spent lA
Ga.; Mr and Mrs. T.B. Haynes,
Barney McRae, Jr. in Lake City on
l Iting skiing Blowing Rock "
Auburn; Dr and Mrs. Robert A Dec. 19.Mrs. .
N'C. While there they visited Spank} Weller and Rachel Weller of Jackets

McLendon, who is getting along nice- Hamden, Conn.; Mr and Mrs Steve Cary Nazworth attended the t/\\
McLendon and
19'and'Mrs. family.
; Bullough, Stowe Ohio';. and Miss funeral of Walt Craton in Jacksonvilleon w+.
11cMr. Ann Smith of Orlando.
Dec. 28.
and Mrs Jerome Johns'and
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johns spent. last U Sweaters
Week in Glenville, N.C. ='-<=i-I '- <5>- < = : 5

_.,M Mrs. Ewell Lawson returned Saturday Open House Iy/ ,j

from 10 days visit with her son I, Jeans -.J---; ',\
/and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry .
v 5:30: 7:30: ,
Lawson in Shalimar. p.m. ,rllq (i :
1 '
t } i''k
Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Sr.
spent Tuesday, January 12
Christmas weekend with her son and Sweat Suits "/

!(family Gainesville., Mr., and Mrs. McGriff' Jr. in U.S. 301 & Lafayette St. ;, '

: ;
ezsn! !, r .
J-.l I. ; .
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Warren and Door Prizes .
: ofts of Brandon, Capt. and Mrs. John .
9Warren'and children of Alexandria Shoes

*Vsr.were last week guests. of theirrents ERA Faulkner
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Warren. Realty '
ey all attended the Peach Bowl

pIe in Atlanta on Dec. 31, Invites !
You. .
\ : .,
r!"' fr' and Mrs. Charles Hutcheson, { I _
'1af:and Mrs. Rudolph Hutcheson and to attend. an Open House
Edith 'Hutcheson were in
jCl rksville. Tenn. Dec. 26-Dec. 31 and Career
ft&ttng!\ Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Hut- Night in honor of our; Stump's Dept. StoreBradford
'eson. The three men were gooseIipting
in Kentucky'while there. one-year, affiliation with Electonic Realty Associates.

If you are interested in a career in real '
>Mr and Mrs.E.J.Midkiff of Biloxi Night..Tues.,Jan. 12 at 7:30.: Free scholarships available. She Center
s.,;were Christmas tlay guests oft ,
p. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins. -

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"aICe 6TELEGRAPII January 1. 1982I .... __
First Churct ', il ,1. t, r7l Methodist Give TRUTH to appearAt
I Baptist >>
Breakfast For First Baptist

Will Hold Young PeopleThe A concert appearance by TRUTH in
United Methodist Women gavea Starke Florida is set for Tuesday,
Men's Day SundayThis breakfast Sunday Dec. 27 for January 12'at the First Baptist
students and
Methodist college peoplein
I IIC for the The concert will begin at 7:30: p.m.
Sunday January 10, Is Baptist S the service- who were and is open to the public free of
Men's Day at the First Baptist L-, r holidays. charge.
table was
Church of Starke. The men"of the The' U-shaped dining They are in their eleventh year and
church will be of their faith centered with red; white green
testifying 'in the after more than a million miles on the
and proclaiming scriptures carnations and candles road TRUTH is known nationwide for ,
This special day is an annual eventat Christmas molt Christmas ornament their high-energy performances and
First Baptist and gives expressionto favors' were at each place musical excellence as reflected in the
one of the cardinal principles of ting.Attending group's nomination for a Grammy
belief, the priesthood of every ; were 12 young people award.
believer. While the church has a with Rev. Warren Langer.
Pastor. Minister of Education, 1C41Meet
TRUTH has recorded 22 albums, t
Minister of Music and a Minister of Did You Know........... appeared in two movies, toured 13
Youth, these men are called of God to
worked with such
be "equipters" of the saints for the Ken Noegel of Kansas City Mo.was countries and 'per.
work of the ministry (Ephesians visiting relatives and friends here sonalities as Pat and Debby Boone
4:11-12): ). over the Christmas holidays and also and the Boone Girls, B.J. Thomas, ;.
The men of First Baptist will enjoy his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Noegelin Paul Harvey, Dion, several Miss
breakfast together Saturday at 7:30: Lake City formerly Bradford Americas and many others.
p.m. in the church fellowship hall. County. Ken. a 1956 BUS graduate, TRUTH is'a seven member vocal
Jerre Brannen of Gainesville will be has doctor's degree in entomology group backed up by their eight
the guest speaker. The primary purpose from the UK and is now member band. Each concert is
of this breakfast is to make Kungicide/Nematicide Research geared. to the entire.family and lasts
prayer preparation for Baptist Men's manager for Mobay Chemical Corp.In about 90 minutes. .
Day: All men of the community are These Men Sunday at 1st Baptist Church... Kansas City Mo: Ken drove here TRUTH often travels to as many as .
invited to attend the breakfast and via Dallas where he stopped going six states in a single week more than ::
everyone is invit.ed to enjoy these men It is .Men's: Day" at First Baptist Church of Starke Clark. Jimmy Crosby Sr., Hen Ilighlowrr, Mike and coming to visit his brother 100,000 miles each year and gives :::
as they share their faith in Christ. Sunday and these men of the local church will be testifyPhillips, and Jerry Lawson Second row. I 1. to r., Kenneth Charles Noegel. more college and church concerts i M::
These men will lead all three of the log of their faith. Eli non, !Mike Shemrr. Bob Cooper Sonny Tenlj, each year than anyone else in the :::
worship services, 8:30: a.m., 11 a.m., They are front row, left to right, Marion Payne Ted Charles Goodowns. Jim Lewis David Smith. Glen Reddish, son of Mr. and Mrs. gospel'music field. ;
and 7'30 p.m. P. D. Reddish and a 1956 BHS --

graduate, 'Visited his family and / ....
triends here over the holidays with his -

Did You KnowSgt. -------. ..... ...;... ...;... .. .. wife, Linda and two children; Chris KLPOA DirectorsWill .
10, and Ashley. Glen Is'in charge of
Joe C. Ricks, of Baadtolz, Ger- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomson of Pvt. Jay Eaves of Abderdeen Md. Stefan Wheeler broke his knuckle engineering of a large chemical plantin Meet Jan. 9 ;
Ala. home for three weeks the- with his brother. Luling, La. near New Orleans for of the Lake Property M
many, who is home on 30 day leave, is Birmingham, were Friday over was during while rough-housing Directors Kingsley
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. night guests of his mother Mrs: W. H. holidays.Bret Randy and had to undergo surgery in Monsanto Chemical Corporation.Mr. Owners Assn. will' hold their ::=
Dyal Baldree at Lake Geneva, his Thomson. The Henry Thomsons, Alachua General Hospital on New and Mrs. Lee McDuffie had as first' meeting of 1982 on Saturday, :
sisters, Doris Overstreet in Keystone Mrs. Thomson and Mrs. John Griffin Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Years day. New Years day guests her brother, Jan. 9, at 10 a.m. in the Civic Center. .':
Heights Sylvia Wheeler in Starke, attended the dedication of the T. Smith, is currently in basic train- Tommy Cauthen and Penny Gray of The public is welcome to attend. ;
Linda Gordon in Callahan, and his Fellowship Presbyterian Church in ing in Fort Jackson, S.C. Mrs. Alma Baldree of Lake Houston, Texas.
brothers, Larry Ricks in Mandarin Tallahassee on Sunday. Geneva, the former' Alma Ricks of !!1A1tr - - - - ... ;
and Hobble at Lake Geneva. Mr. and Mrs. George Parks'and Starke is in the CCU unit in Shand's
Steve Hall of Orlando spent the children of Roswell, Ga. were Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Webb and weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. O weekend guests of Mrs. Louie' Bel' David Fenton ::1
family of Nashville. Ga.'were Dec. 31 Dansby and with his parents, Mr. ana Parks and they visited Disney Worldon Mr. and Mrs. Mark Trimpey of
to Jan. 3 guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Mrs. Rodney Hall in Theressa.Mr. Saturday. 'Tampa were weekend guests of her
1 llutson. Mrs. Glenn Davis and family parents, Mr. and Mrs; W. S. Haas. AND
ol Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. James R. Mrs. Arlene Frye and son of
Donald Jerkins of Maxville were O'Briant-Johnson were in Nassau Hendersonville, Tenn. spent Dec. ;, Mrs. Elna Schaffer returned Mon-
Saturday visitors and Mrs. Leah Dec. 21-Dec. 24 and then were camp- 26-Dec. 30 with her mother, Mrs. Julia day after spending the holidays with Bill Glennare
Webb and son, Shane of Jacksonville ing in the Florida state parks until Underhill, and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy 3 her son and family, Mr. and Mrs.
were Friday to Sunday guests.Mr. Jan. 3. Hollingsworth and family. 'Richard Schaffer Atlanta.

and Mrs. J. E. Hardy returned Carol 'Adams of Decatur, Ala. and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haas visited his now employed by =
Sunday after 12 days in New Orleans Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fox and Treva Williams of Tulsa Okla., were aunt, Mrs. Sallie Knight in Dublin I '.
visiting their daughter and family, children of Peoria III. were Sunday Dec. 29 to Jan. 4 guests of Miss Ga. Dec. 26-Dec. 29.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey, Jr. Miss evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Adrienne Barry, Griffis & Sons Fiberglasson
June Hardy of Atlanta' joined the Eaves, III.
family tora week. Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned Tues- Mrs. H. B. McLendon and Mrs.
Jim Hamilton of Atlanta and Mr. day from Bradford County Hospital Alice Meister, ol Orlando.were holi- US 301 North
Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned and Mrs. Mark Hamilton and familyof where she was confined since Dec. 22 day guests of Mrs. McLendon'sbrother j
Saturday alter two weeks visit withMr. Tampa were holiday guests of their following a stroke. Her sister Mrs. C. E. L. Matthews Specializing in Outboard
and Mrs. W. A. Weldon in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod C. Hoppe of Tampa, who has been Mercury _
Bushnell and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hamilton here since Dec. 22, returned home Mrs. M. J. Holtzclaw, touring golf and -j:
Weldon in Jacksonville' Wednesday pro of Dayton Oho wasvisiting her Mercruiser
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews visitedhis daughter 'and son-in-law, Mr. and:
!Mr and Mrs. Buddy Collings aunt Mrs. Bessie Sapp of Raifordin Coach Carlton Faulk and fiancee, Mrs. Lee McDultie. While here she Repair & Maintenance
visited Mr and Mrs. Bob Rowlette a nursing home in New Smyrna last Miss Tina Norman spent the past was entertained by) her son-in-law.
and family in Savannah, Ga. last Tuesday) to Thursday week with his mother Mrs. Lucian A. Doug Gray and Lee Roy Dyer at Iron- Open 8 til 5 Monday thru Saturday M
Thursday Sunday. Johns in Jacksonville. They had an wood Golf and Country Club.
Mrs.Louie Bell Parks spent Thurs- all day cookout New Years Day with Needless to say--'she lost and returned I -- .":...
Chase Hardy of Phoenix, Ariz.vpent day Sunday-.-Christmas l weekend, Jacksonville Firebirds well Dayton: early! '1 ''
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days during the holidays were Denise Regional Hospital after surgery.
Gissy, a student at California State .
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Ernest: Francis in Murtreesboro, daughter Katie, all ol Sacramento, Regional Hospital.Mr. .
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.Lawrence Patrick is Forgetting Peach Bowl and Eying Senior Year". I

mind). I shouldn't say this but I probably ((34 degrees and windy)'could have to 1982 and it's crystal clear,;.to
Patrick the former Year of Lawrence Patrick
For Lawrence made 'more 'big hits than been a factor too it favored them be- Lawrence Patrick about wha >.he
Bradford High Tornado star from "Coach Pell has already stated that anybody on the specialty teams." ing a cold weather team. It just booked wants to see happen: a great season
who now suits up in Gator no position is locked in; everything'swide "
Lawtey He added that, "our "team record like we were dazed out there for the Florida Gators and/:for
shoulder pads on Saturdays, last open for next year, Lawrence Lawrence Patrick too. I IJ1.
the outside should have been better(than 75)c But the fog has been lifted in regard
week's 26-6 'shelling West Virginia said, hinting tf
handed UF in the Peach Bowl was linebacker position he was in conten- had 3 games Miami Auburn, and
awfully embarrassing, just'as it was tion for in Fall drills could still be won h r ty? Georgia where we could have put Allen Scott Called v
for the rest of the Gators (and for his senior go-round. "We've got all them away but the breaks" didn't go "Best" Lineman at
coaches, fans, and grumbling alumni our outside linebackers back r our" way and that hurt us.
for that matter)... But already (including all-star Wilbur Marshall) The low 'point he named predictably Mars Hill CollegeIn
Lawrence,who was a specialty teams but think I'm going to be in the fight was still the Peach Bowl loss. just 2 years the other former Tornado ..-
standout and backup linebacker this for it." "I didn't believe if could happen," playing college football
year" as a junior, is looking for the That desire to nail down more thana Lawrence groaned. "It 'left a bad lineman Allen Scott- has made a big
silver lining and he's got his sights set backup role to go with his specialty taste in our mouth'and especially the hit 'at Mars Hill College of North
on the Spring and Fall of his final teams post has Lawrence chewing at fans, which we let down. It botheredme Carolina.
season as a Gator: the bit to get ready for Spring drills that we couldn't break that mythof Lion Coach Claude Gibson said in a
"I'm looking forward to getting not being able to win on national phone conversation Monday' that
While admitting that the Peach stronger and I'm always looking to TV." Allen "was our best offensive
Bowl loss "left a bad taste in all of our get better. We start our off-season Much has been said and written lineman" 'sophomore in the 5-5
mouths," in a phone conversationfrom program Jan. 11, lilting 3 days a week about the loss, some saying the season Mars Hill completed last
his Yon Hall room Wednesday, and running 2, and I tell you what, if Gators took' the underated West month
Lawrence was generally optimistic as you can make it through that, you're a Lawrence Patrick Virginia club for granted, others saying "He developed into a real fine football
he looked torwards next Fall, the man." Coach Charley Pell's disciplinewas player; Gibson said of the
season Coach Charley Pell said wouldbe lacking. Lawrence didn't have former Tornado who is playing at 238 Allen Scott
the Gators bonanza even before the His personal 'high points' of this He was well-satisfied with his playon answers for the' stunning' pounds. "With 2 more years Allen
any easy
1981 campaign started. "History's past season go like this: the kamikaze specialty teams', defeat should really be coming into his'
history," he noted, pushing the loss to 1)) "Going undefeated on Florida where he was often one of'the first own." starters and 3 defensive
the Mountaineers to the side "We one Field." men down on coverage "I felt I turn "I don't know, we had practiced for Hill lost to national NAIA small college graduate. >
ly lost 6 seniors 50 next year is the 2)) "Having a team good enough to ed in a sohd performance. I always 2 weeks, we should have been ready champ Elms, N.C., by just an 8-0 "We need to get better staft1!;
year if there's ever going to be one" go to the Peach Bowl." tried to hustle my tail off and,make we felt like we were ready," he said. count so Gibson feels his charges are we need to have a good
It was obvious reference to the long- 3)) "And the highest point was things happen to make an impression. "We had a lot of missed tackles, oar still not far off the national title pace but we've got so many kids
awaited, much-talked-about 'Year of beating Florida State to get there I made a 'few big plays (a vicious hit timing was off;and the'offense never despite the feeling that this year wasa 2 sophomore quarterbacks, so thini
the Gator'. And he feels 1982 could be (Peach Bowl)." against Ole Miss standing out in his generated anything The cold weather disappointment. Only 2 offensive look very good for next year." j)


12-Point Lead Goes f'AIEAGLEI. 1 t1(l:

Down Drain for BHSBradford 50/o

High's Tornadoes played Thompkins with f7, Gerald Goodman a EVERY %:
their best ball of the year for better with 12, and Kevin Howe with 11)), P ,
than half the way Tuesday night, which is the most balance we've had, 6J CUT f,
cruising out to 12-point lead against and Willie Pearce had 8 assists. We :
North Marion in the Colts gym but played a controlled deliberate 01 s PRICE

then the BHS team fell into its bid trapof game.. .".. .. ..... ..... .. eo 01n9 ..0el
turnovers and missed foul'shotsand
lost 57-54 to drop to 0-8. Sexton Has Players "taro r ..nimelQ

and"Man then,we blew led it all,"the was way the till way the BITS end Shooting for Stars ;Dlantsts;nkt ; thursday, frlday & Saturday

Coach Mike Sexton put it. BHS Coach Mike Sexton has instituted a
spurted out in front 9-2 early and then new star system one that rewards
used a buzzer-beating basket by players for reaching goals during h
Gerald Goodman to go up 12,4 alter ballgames, along the lines of football
one period and held that lead most of systems that give players stars for
the way. But the Tornadoes were just their helmets tor big-plays or good!; nx
12 of 27 from the free throw line (44 games. He has a board with all the
percent). varsity players names' included and
"We missed 4 straight oneandonesdown ballplayers earn red start! beside rebate) DB I
the end" Sexton'said. is I full --
near their name for things'like 50 percent J I ,ual
"That and the turnovers just killedus. Egl* Sale Price/ !W.le" ,Aa
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Still, even with state-ranked powers Thompkins, Bradford's leading / b 1s
Live Oak and Eastside coming in for 8 scorer and rebounder, is tilling up his
p.m. games' Friday night and Tues chart with the red stars. Thompkinshas
day, the Tornado coach had a coupleof 27 already with Gerald Goodman gill 11.-i .. J
things to smile about. "We shot 41 owning 7, and Kevin Howe 5. + latk Ad9k3
percent from the floor ((21 of 51)), "If everybody had stars like Bird Jo o foi i .i % o Jo e/o
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which is oar best so far, and we we'd be in-a reverse* situation (in the _
played pretty decent team ball. We won-lost department) I believe," Sex I
had 3 in double'figure scoring (Eddie ton noted. wn 37 0
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Tornadoes 62.56 in overtime The loss tied the count'at 52 bur Francis '+ a+
dropped the BHS Junior varsity to 0-5 couldn't get a potential game-winning f eNfoleYlaM r +oNUIw l +_ :3A I
heading into home games ((6:30: p m.) foul'shot to drop. In overtime North In .n I hl AOIIIO iahe.a
with Live Oak Friday and Eastside Marion had things its own way with tneme 7 0, 3 NAt 9o
Tuesday. the 3 BUS: starters on the bench. fe1! ZA3 V 3h 2HA 1
With 'Dennis Dunlap leading the Daren Chandler canned 14 points to y i +' iJN -IiiQa
way by scoring 9 of his game-high 18 back Dunlap's scoring; and along N3 A
points in the second period Bradford with Steve Marshall led BHS on the t t
jumped out to a 28-22 hal/tlme'lead boards with Johnson on the bench in 31 0 IT NT
over the host Colts Tuesday and tookIt foul trouble."I ti Is T
out to 41-34 after three'periods. But put Mike Early In there at center S /5
foul trouble hit,and it hit hard. Center (after Johnson picked up his 4th loul) .
Tom Johnson who had 4 fools in the and he f played a rear fine ballgame," ,4 3I
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JFriday at BMS BUS Banquet TicketsGo

GymThe : ; ;L F' On Sale Jan. 12

Tickets for the general public will

Starke Men's Basketball League season gets off the ground Friday go on sale Tuesday Jan. 12, for the
night Jan. 8, with a tripleheader at the Bradford Middle Schoot gym. i annual Bradford High School Football
All 6 teams'will be playing Friday. At 6:30 The Dlehards' (sponsored by ? wards Banquet. The banquet, spon-
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*ftpiister Oil, Stumps, Badcock's Furniture and Jones Funeral Home) play sored' again by the BUS All Sports
iMCI, at 7:30: it's Jones Craft Shop versus St. Edwards Church, and. at 8:30 Clutf, is scheduled for Thursday night,
the Hawks go against Jackson's Building Supply: Jan 28, starting at 7 ptn. with
Play'continues on Monday and Friday nights with all 6 teams playing each Florida State Coach. Bobby Bowden

3ight.:Ii1 Monday night, Jan. II, games the Hawks play Jones Craft Shop at as! guest speaker.
48:30, LWCI takes on Jackson's at 7:30: and St. Ert ..rrN meets the Diehards Tickets will be available at Sears

"team at 8:30.: Sawyer-Slade Gas, and Brett &
'.*' All squads will play; 15 games! !meeting each of the other teams 3 times. Jerry's with no tickets sold alter Jan.

23, 1982.

,-- Sports Calendar I. ;- .),-4 t. _: 1 ___ $ -I All Sports Club

4 5
1 : Fli Meets TuesdayThe
Thursday -Jan. 7-
Bradford High All Sports Club
BUS wrestlers at Eastside (6:30) will have its regular monthly meeting

Keystone at BUS girls basketball (7:30) Tuesday night, Jan. 12, at the Western

.. ........, ....: Steer Steak House.
For those who want to come and en
icEriday. 8- .
..\ ; --i..,.. dutch treat dinner mealtime is
et* joy a
Live Oak at BUS JV and .V. basketall
(6:30-8) ,"
6:30: with the meeting starting at 7-iO:

Monday Jan. 11- isir: -J .,'

W 4 Semipro Games
BUS girls basketball at Clay (7) / ;
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Set at RJE
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I Tuesday. Jan. 12- ... _"_'' ., ... '''-'' r There are 4 exciting semipro

!* BUS wrestlers at Santa Fe (7) <." .. d..,..........,.."."...;;".,.... :,,.." .. .'.. ..-.,-' '"..I.. '., .----" .'.".-" basketball games on tap at the H.J.K.

Eastside at BUS JV and V. basketball ((6:30-8) '. ." -t gymnasium this weekend. 2 games

,..' .!-1.... .... I Friday night and 2 more Saturday
Action starts at 7 p.m. both nights
Tornado Lifters are Getting Ready... In Friday's play the Lawtey Somes

: REVIVAL The season opening meet with Hawthorne Is not far lIt'rl' l.ava/1 Gay, pushes the hall up In lhelcan-ard- play the Starke Oldtimers in the hrst

off, next Wednesday Jan. 13. In the BUS weight room to jerk Spotting him are, from left to right Vim-e ('nlHI'- game with the second game to he mnouncod -
be exact. and the Tornado weightliftlng team has been son, BUS graduate Hobby Martin ( a Mate champ lifter Saturday the Starke
: .r First Assembly of God muscling up for the 1982 campaign. ':1st year), Greg Thornton. and William Salmons. Oldtimers meet Green Cove in the>

opener with the Hawks taking on

L Hwy 16 & Weldon St., Starke Alatluia in game 2.

.... 7:30: Nightly BHS 'Lifters Open Against Hornets 3 Teams Tied

The BHS weightlittmg team, short on experience and meet hopoluls this ear lltirse said "'I don't know as ol In Jr. League
Featuring VELMA SMITH without a state-championship class lifter for the lirst right now, we'll just have to SOP"

Velma Smith, well known evangelist from Glasgow, Kentucky, has time in years, hopes to use strength In numbers to combat This years schedule is as lollnws with all the home Two ont .point ball ames Tuesday
taught internationally, as well as in the United States. Her ministry took the 3 opponents on its 1982 weightlifting schedule meets !starting, at ,:30: : lelt the Starke RPC Department Jr

her to "AU Nations for Christ Bible University" in Benin City, Nigeria that opens next Wednesday. Jan. 13, with a 3:30 hnme. Basketball! league in a three-way log.
Jon. 13 Hawthorne home
during the West African Crusade. Also God has opened doors in Holland, meet against Hawthorne jam with the Lakers Celtics, and
.England, Italy and Switzerland. During the summer of 1981, she BHS Athletic Director David llurse, who will assist Jan. 20 Baker County away Bullets tied tor first placeIn
Jan. 27 homo
ministered in Eastern Europe. Lanier Clyatt in coaching the litters, said he expects Vanguard Tuesday's play (the Celtics nipped -
? ) more Utters than usual for this year's team "because Feb. 3 Clay High away the 76ers so-49! and the lakers

we're getting on them to get out here or get involved in Fftb. 10 Santa Fe home edged the Bullets 54.5:1.: Leading the
Paul W. Baughman Pastor Fob 17 North Marlon home
: some other sport." Celtics was Cecil Jackson who
\\j Bradford will sorely miss last year's 132-pound state Fob. 24 St. Augustine home pumped in 25 points and was backed
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champ Bobby Martin and state meet 165-pound qualitier Middleburg away by Isaac Simmons (15)) and Troy' Pnr-
Mike Jordart. Asked if tile Tornadoes have any state- March 13 State Meat TBA tis ( lilt.( ) Chris Robinson had 2i( Simon
\ Mitchell 14. and Alonzo Williams 9 in

I Legal Notices . . . .1i S SI S S S S 555 SISSISS IS 0..1. SSSSSSSSSISSFISSSS..t..llla..toll 1 I I a I a 11 I f ..1 HOlter..f the losing effort Leading (he Lakersto

victory was Emanuel Brown, with
i 30 points, with Shawn Jackson i 1121)
ftr.-THE CIRCUIT COURT BONDS (the Bonds") to CERTIFICATEI Florida 33402; By: Yvonne Clark equipmnnt and liability 22 East for Automotive and Leon Hampton <10) also in double
F... THE SECOND make loon. to lending I HEREBY CERTIFY thata Honorable Kirk C. Deputy Clerk limits, to be included or figures. For the Bullets LelSim
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Institutions to enable true and correct copy Zuelch. State Attorneyfor Respectfully lubmllted for which Insurance isting repair' buildIng garage using out ex ofpanel mons was a one-man hwith 42
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR them to finance the construction of the foregoing Order the Sixteenth Judicial law Offices of "". coverage l is being asked 4578)). markers
'ION: COUNTY of new multi. and Complaint have Circuit of Florida 302 MOLLICA & VIPPERMAN or for loss experience
You are further .....,....
O.ORIDA. family rental housingproject. been furnished St., West given Jr l ogu '
by certified Fleming Key SALVATORE D. MOILICA contact the Office of
NOTICE that of ,...,..
a copy CelllniSOI.( C Jotk.onli T Fortl. 10 I 51 IS
gk CIVIL ACTION in each of the U.S. Mail to the Florida 33040; Honorable Counsel for Petitioners County Clerk Gilbert S. said proposed OR. I 0..,. 0. 0 Dovl. 0.
53T NO. 81-3021 sixty-seven counties In Honorable Curtis A.'Gold. Michael J. Sats State At 609 NE |'st Street:. Brown P O. Drawer B. DINANCE avoilnhle for ;'.ilJ.), C. R,bl..o.2. It. tSomoi 0 1 ","h.1I 14
VPsTON"-'OF BOND. (he-State of Florida for "- ', 'Stat. ,AtfrJrneytirfcr torney'. for.jb sXf r?.'i. P.O.10ox694 .. Staike. FL 32091. or 'is A With ,,,. T. I. lan. 0. H. Boon. 0luk .

...- T>UI ...p.so.anfgjJjI.s: :o(..l ;: ( tl, *;Rljf.l Judicial, CiT: -:.';.. 4-Qeesa.J.JilPciol( : Clrcu at.V.FJQJ'dd ," .,;.Gainesville' Florida /f/ '-ph"-90wM-8780-;: .. ,..lice yq9r.jptpacfgn.pj.lhrof, of tho! Dire! ''cl ' Iowtncom.s ful. : n ((54)) I Jixklon I 12 t. 0"0 30 C H..I. ,."
'OF as more ,cuit-bforida! (
E4ULi0. '. P.O.Box ::6QO.Browar' ,.:.32602 .._._._ I 12.hi i U_ Zoning and Planning, 3 Parnill 1. J. Akrldgo 0. L Hampton 10
OF ly describ In the 12126. Pensacola County Courthouse, 201 ((904)) 377-6000 Bradford County Tour '..II... (S3)i) 1. 51..,,... 41 U '..d 0. J JockanCoh > S
WE/STATE! OF FLORIDA Resolution of the Governor Florida 32575; Honorable S.E. 6th Street .Ft. NOTICE OF APPLICATION / .n 1 I. Thompson 0. I I. Montgomery f
o?public body corporate!, and Cobln.t of Donald S. Modesitt lauderdale, Florida, 12/17 4tchg 1/07 :. FOR REZONING tnouse. Starke. Florida
Each and Parson
( Plaintiff Florida (th."R..olutlon" State Attorney for the 33301 AND AMENDMENT OF every '
v. ) as the Second Judicial Circuit of Honorable Douglas L. NOTICE OF THE LAND USE PLAN having' any interest :
whatever in the ERA
i onatt-
Aft OF FLORIDA. and Governing Board of th. Florida. P.O. Box 1841 Cheshire, State Attorneyfor SHERIFF'S SALE of this "
Jseveral To/payers Division of Bond Finance Tallahassee, Florida the Eighteenth An ORDINANCE omen inert proposed
P3 operty Own.rs and of the Stat. of Florida 32302; Honorable JerryM. Judicial Circuit of Notice Is hereby given ding the Comprehensiveland ORDINANCE should appear FRULKNER
and be heard at the
CJt'bns thereof In. Department of General Blair. State Attorneyfor Florida Brevard County that I I. Dolph E. Reddish. Use Plan Element "
c iqng .Nonresidentso Services (the 'Division") th. Third Jui'lcial Cir Courthouse, 400 S. as sheriff ol Bradford and Map by Bradloid, time and pkce plo:rib REAL 'J'V
o / prop.rty or sub- where said Resolution cuit of Florida. P.O. Box Street Titusvllle, County Florida under County Florida. In accordance -
i< :t to taxation therein" dated November 3, 1981 1546 Live Oak. Florida Florida. 32780; and by virtue ol Writ of with the local BOARD OF
d All Oth.rs having or annexed to the Complaint 32060; Honorable T. Ed. Honorable Robert E. Execution to.wit: Government Comprehensive iJ1?
c Iming any right title 01 Plaintiffs Exhibit ward Austin. State Attorney Stone State Attorney for Execution Issued out of Planning Act
o 1 lproperty to 2. authorizes the ,Issuance for the Fourth the Nineteenth Judicial County Court of Duval of 1975 as provided for in By: Gilbert S. BrownClerk ,
b ttIEl by' the 1.- of the Bonds. The Judicial Circuit of s Circuit of Florida. P.O. County Florida pursuantto Chapter 163 of' the of Court01Ol2chgOl.14

I Qnc eft'fhi( Bonds Resolution provide that Florida 600 Duval Count Drawer 4401 Ft. Pierce. a Final Judgement" for Florida Statutes.TO ,__ Jl cifnyvii SI. Across from Wishbone
d .crlb.d In th. Com.pint. the Bonds, in aggregate ty Courthouse Jackson Florida 33454: Barnett Bank of Jacksonville IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFFICE HOURS:
and All Oth.rs to principal amount of not ville. Florida 32202; Honorable Jo..ph.P.. Florida 'and : All Citizens, Taxpayers EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR. M..I1doy Friday ? 5 Saturday; 9 I 12 noon
b ftf tpnnjoxBA; to exceed One Hundred Honorable Gordon G. D'Alessandro State Attorney against Thomas H. Harris and other Interested CUlT OF FLORIDA IN
t N'b'y. Fifty Million Dollars Oldham Jr.. Stat. Attorney for the Twentieth Jr., defendant in the Persons. AND FOR BRADFORD Office Space Jar Rent
D.f antlQ-t ($150.000.000)) for the for the Fifth Judicial Circuit of amount of $703.90:: You and each: of You COUNTY
purposes set out In this Florida. P.O. Drawer D. are hereby and horewith
-r. Judicial Circuit of together with costs of CIVIL ACTION NEW LISTINGS
Resolution the Trust In. Ft, Florida, given notice in accordance -
I RE: $1.A0OO00 Florida County Office Myers collection. ,. CASE NO. 466-CA
F ORIDA 1tUIt4G\\ dentuie, and the loan Building. Third Floor, 33902 this 4th day of Have seized and' haveIn with Florida EXCELLENT INCOME. 'Motel 8 Restaurant. Owner financIng .
F lANCE IAdENCY, Agreement thou bear P.O. Box 1086 Tavares, December 1981.HORACE my possession., the Statutes thot the Boardof CHARLES A PATTI. .
L ANS.LO.lENDERS! interest at such rat. or Florida 32778 Honorable SCHOW following described County Commissioners ,
; per.sortal Plaintiff .
p LTlF1"tOUGR \ rates, shall be dated. Jam.s T. Russell State Attorney for Plaintiff, property to-wit: of Bradford 2 BUILDING LOTS Cherry St.. Terms.

ENtWBOIkg .,. shall be subject to Attorney for the Sixth Room 453 Larson 1 1979 Dalsun County. Florida have MARY ANN vs PATh HAMPTON AREA-2.sary partially renovated 3 acres.
II '' 1N redemption or shall Judicial Circuit of Building 2dr ;: designated the Bradford DefendantNOTICE BESSENT ROAD.Beautiful home with POOL. 1 3 4 acres
TICO: fAT F" mature on such dote or Florida. 416 Pinellas Tallahassee, Florida VIN: ;' County Zoning and Plan. OF SUIT 9 BUILDING LOTS on Bvssent Rd. Will sell all or one.
F RI bTHE dales and In such years County Courthouse, 32301 KHlB310500:: j.: fling Board to conduct a NO PROPERTYTO THREE ACRES-Double wide. off Hwy. UW. Ownor financ

S ''EPJ.ttTAPAYERS.t : and amounts and maybe Clearwater, Florida ((904)) 488.7481 As the properly of the public hearing at a : Mary' Ann Palti. Address ,Ing.
P )P *OWNERS AND sold in series to be 33516; Honorobl. 12/24 3tchg 01/07 above named defendantand regular meeting, held at Unknown PUllET FARM.2S beautiful acres pasture. 100 pecan troos

121 !t.\Ji *.. .I INREStpENTS INJlJ .- designated alphabetically Stephen I.. Boyles, Stat. that on Monday the 7:30 P.M., In the County YOU ARE HEREBY Owner financing.
e I"rj } as shall b. provided by Attorney for the Seventh IN THE CIRCUIT 'COURT 11th 'day of January' Commission meeting NOTIFIED that on action THREE BEDROOM 1 Bath. Frame. Walking distance to
N | OWN. subsequent resolution of Judicial Circuit of OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 1982 at one o'clock on room Bradford County for Dissolution of Marriage everything Owner financed
I, PROf'ERT'UR SUB the Division adopted Florida Courthouse Annex CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR said day on the premises Courthouse Starke has boon filed, COMMERCIAL BIDG.-Hwy. 301 529.900. Terms
J T \TAXATION prior to th. sole of th. Room 302 125 E. ALACHUA COUNTY of the Bradford CountyJail Florida on Tuesday against you and you are 6' ACRES between Starke C lake Butler Terms
TI-zIN.- AND AU Bonds. Th. Bonds are to Orange Avenue, FLORIDA I will offer for sate, January 26. 1982 and required to serve a copy 1.52 ACRES-Frama home Only $24 500 Terms
OfHERS HAVING OR be Issued In coupon or In Case No. 81-2797-CA and sell to the highest make a recommendationto
Beach Florida
Daytona of brick
your written defense CALL STREIT-3, Bit, 2 BA. LR. DR. Kit family room
CUM/WING/ ANY RIGHT, registered form without 32017: Honorable Division: D bidder for cash in hand the Board of County if any to it. on th.. plaintiff home on corner lot.
TI.E OR INTEREST IN coupons, shall be Eugene T. Whitworth IN THE MATTER OF the above described pro- Commissioners and the .
whose and address B .
name FIVE ACRfl Cr.tUf>'n. oSOl >0
substantially In th. form THE ADOPTION OF Board will consider on
PRpPERTY TO BE AF. State Attorney for th. : perty of said defendant
Is Charles A.
Patti LAKE BUTLER.3 BR. 1' BA, brick home. One aero Close
FBCTEO: BY THE ISSUANCE provided In the Trust Indenture Eighth Judicial Circuit of COLIN MICHAEL BOWEN to satisfy the .aforesaid Monday. February I. NO. 782750. P.O. Box
and shall be Execution/ 1982 at the same said, to RMC.
OF THE BONDS Florida. P.O. Box ,1437.
DESCRIBED HEREIN. AND subject to other terms GaInesville Florida NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Dolph E. Reddish' place at 10 A.M. an Or 229 32058 lowtey and file Florida.the 9.5. ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE.3 BR. I BA. Central heat
and conditions OS provided dinance relating to: and air .
All OTHERS TO BE AF. 32602; Honorable Robert Sheriff, Bradford original with the clerk' bf *
FEttEJD IN ANY WAY In the Resolution and Eagan State Attorney : Unknown Father County Florida The rezoning of the the above TWO STORY HOME Beautiful grounds. Stork.. i
TWSREBY: the Trust Indenture. Sold for the Ninth Judicial, Cir. Address UnknownAnd 12/17 4tchg 1/07 'h .. following described pro. before styled court ono 8. $l0.53. 4gr. w & &-Dme. .
Sou. and each of you. Trust Indenture and sold cuit of Florida. P.O. Box to Whom It May 1 perty and amending the 1982. otherwise February BUILDING LOTS In town. Nice, tr....
onj the Stat. of Florida loan Agreement 'were 1673. Orlando. Florida Concern Public Notice Comprehensive Land ment be a entered judge ALMOST NEW 2 BR home.. 4 Acres. \
attached 'to and Incorporated YOU ARE HEREBY Use Plan to provide that may Good ;
through th. Stat. At- 32802; Honorable for the relief NEAR GRAHAM 20 acres priced right. terms.
tooieys. for th. First.. Se- by reference In. Quilllan S. Yancey Slate NOTIFIED that the Pell' Insur'anceBic lands currently toned OR against demanded you the tot50tW Y.16. fg4jois. :

coiL Third, Fourth, to th. Resolution. The Attorney for th. Tenth lion for Adoption has :Askd by ? ., and designated by the or petition in complaint 20 ACRES.Mobile home, part. Imp. pasture part timber.
FiQh. Sixth. Seventh, Bonds shall b. ,Issued Judicial Circuit of been filed by Russell Vincent Bradford1 County'': plan as Rural Residential WITNESS hand and WEll ESTABLISHED Day Care Center-Terms Available.,
Ninth. Tenth .pursuant to the provIsions Florida. Hall of Justice Bowen and Cynthia t*.K K be rezoned lo Cl and my
Eif'th. ., The Board of the seal of said Court on HWY. 16 EAJT-3 lots available $2.300 each. : :'>
of the Florida Williams Bowen for the County designated Commercial.
Ele eith. Twelfth. Thir- Building. Barlow,
Commissioners of Brad- December 29 1981Gilberts ) THREE ACRES flood location. 25 dawn
Fift.lLth. Housing Agency Finance adoption of Colin Intensive. the propertyof
t.1thFourt..nth. Florida. : 2 BA frame. $29.500. '
Brown SIX ACRES. 2 BR.
ford County will receive ,
Sixteenth Act (Chapter 420. Part Honorable Jon.t Reno Michael Bowen a white DOUGLAS FERTIG,
Clerk of Said, Court 130 fish, fenced barns. Eicollentterms.
bids the 14th day of
S. \teenth, 11gb.t.,4. VI. Florida Statutes as Stat. Attorney for the male child born 26. June on described as follows::
Nineteenth and amended in H81)' ) and Eleventh Judicial Circuitof 1981, Cincinnati, Ohio January. 1982 at 10 a.m. 20.000 sq ft.located I I. 4 By: Beulah Moody .
Twentieth Judicial CircuUs the Stat. Bond Act Florida Justice whose natural mother is on the following Insurance mile' off 230A onto SE 6th Deputy Clerk 3 BR. 2 OOitfOete block. C>Ola. >t location.
of Florida. are (Chapter 215 Florida Building.: Room 600. 1351 Kimberley Ruth Adams, coverages ."* Av. in Section 35, 01 .07 'chg 01.28CD' 9 OR II ACRES SHOPPING CENTER SITE.

hereby required to oppei Statutes). N.W. 12th St.. Miami end you ore required to Township 6 South. Range CALL ST.Store building for sale or lease.
before this Court In 'The Clerk of the Court Florida 33125; serve a copy of your Auto Fleet Liability OVER 400 FRONTAGE-Hwy 301 S. versatile buildings.
the| Chamber* of th. I Is directed to cause a Honorable James A. an.w.r. or pleading to and Physical Damage 30'-, ACRE HARM en Irownlee Rd. ((229) 3 BR. 2 IA brick
wnjeyslgned' Circuit copy of this Order to be Gardner. State Attorney the Petition on the Peti policy. Inception date Floriland COMMERCIAL BIDG. Can. Ilk, Good location
ludbeat' th. Leon County published once each for the Twelfth Judicial tioner's Attorney, Jan. 14. 1982.Comprehensive. I Realty DISCOUNT FOR CASH.Frame home In town. Terms offered .

Cofirthoute InTal&riassee week for thr. (3)) consecutive Circuit of Florida; 2078 SAtVATORE O.MOlllCA. Phone 964-7700 .
Florldo.. on weekly commencing Main Street. Sarasota ESQUIRE. 609 DAY CARE CENTER.Price reduction. Good Income.
theSBth day of January. with the first Florida. 33577: N.E. 1st Street P.O. Box General liability Limitsof 393 N. Temple Avenue. Starke Fl. CROSBY CANAL-Quiet location. Terms.

1781 at 3:00 o'clock P.M. publication, which shall Honorable E.J. Salclnes 694. Gainesville. Florida. liability. Exposures:. BAYIESS HIGHWAY ((72S.10) Acres wooded. SIS 000.
andjjshow caus. If onyyoulj not b. less than twenty Stat. Attorney for the 32602 and file the Government Subdivisions FOil SAtE IMMACULATE-3BR. 134 5*. Concrete block in lewn.
have, why the ((20)) days prior to the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit original' answer .or Not Stale or Well Planned Bit family home with ell modern conveniences BETWEEN STARKE t LAKE BUTlER-Oneiacre' 'mobile
pra4!>rs of the Complaint dot. s.t for the sold of Florida. County pleading In the office of Federal IS'12.OOO:: total en 5 plus acres. PrIced te ..". Shown by appointmeitv. home. 52.000 down.

f 114 fn'the I obove-styled hearing herein. In Courthouse Annex, Ta_ th. Clerk of the Circuit operating expenditures, BUILDING fl CMS d locot.S; Qr4tf9d.
of general Court Streets. Roads etc,. 278 e 3 BeoVaom HOIII.cou"'ry, with 2.'u. ecres. Sfeve.
cau should not b. newspapers pa, Florida, 33602; 'on or before the WATERFRONT PROPERTY AVAIIABIE.
groiOed and th. Bonds circulation published In Honorable James P, Ap- 21st day of January ... r."/.., dro,..< and hearer Included. Just 527.500.00. :
onc, proceedings I each of the .i.tot...*." pleman., State Attorney 1982. If you fail to do soj>. 2 Bedroom Home wfffi all/ modern canrenienctf. Nice
;ri: : RENTALS t
vahijlea: and confirmed counties in the Stat. .of far the Fourteenth the judgment by default Money and Securities landicapid yard en Paradise toa...
as (".r.ln prayed. Th. Florida. Judicial Circuit ef will be taken against Broad Form. Inception. I 8* Trailer with I acre ef lend
Bons M be Issued by the DONE AND ORDEREDIn Florida. P.O. Box 385. for the relief demandedin you date Feb. 2, 1982. l.5 Ac. let across from Waldo Flee Marker. Zoned for LAKE BUTIER-2 BR. I IA home. $150 per "' 0.
Ploljitltf herein or. Chamber at ,Marianna Florida the Petition. trailers S5.000. 2S% down 12% mtg. -HWY 301-Office Space for rent. First month freelHouses --
desbed as follows Tallaho.._. Leon Coun ,32446: Honorable David DONE AND ORDERED Workers' Compensation 10 Acres $1100.00 per acre; :SOS:! -Owner will hold mtg.at end Apartments for Rent
$\ 0.CCO,000 FLORIDA ty. Florida. the 4th day of H. .Bludworth State Attorney at Gainesville.; Alachua Inception Feb. 2, 12%, Property Management Services

HOUSING FINANCE D.c.mb.r.1981. for the Fifteenth County. Florida this 14th 1982. Evenings. PleeseCehl I Appraisals

AGSNCY, LOANS.TO- Victor M. Cawthon Judicial Circuit of day-of December 1981 Equipment Floatar. Vernle Odors. Broker I Susan M. TOIt.'U.S06SIr.
LENDERS MULTI-FAMILY Circuit Judge FlorIda ".0. Bon 2905, .A. CURTIS POWERS GRI Phone '* .S476. .". L. Faulkner.IEAITOR-ASJOCIATE-9U-SI42 .
HOUSING REVENUE. West Palm Beach. Clerk of the Court 'For a schedule of J.R. Kelly.Associate Lucille ,.
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I ... .ABitofTheBigTopResidesinBradford"\"' \1 I

I By Tony Burke
: BCT Staff Writer
: At one time or another, it has been
the dream tf every child to run away
= and Joint the circus. The thoughts of
dangerous, exotic animals,'and daring
men on the high wire and a life on
the road exudes a mysterious lure. 11 x.1.Y A +
One such person who answered the vlji
: call is Wilfred Fecteau who now'liveson
US-301 north of Starke. Beginningwith ..I. ,
balancing type acts and ANIMAS k I ,: 11!
graduating to the high aerial act today 110NSLTIGEas ... a DUI i -gl.. .
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Wilfred spends his time building I.
Complete; intricate replicas of __
original circus wagons. E EIMh'Alhia P '
The 76-year-old Fecteau is a I a i ep9
second-generation'circus performer. r ,r+
._, His father was a high-wire walker in i 1 e A I
France,who migrated to Canada and l
then to the 'United 'States in 1902. & 41 '
Wilfred, the eldest of six sons, was ( .-. ,
: born hi Berlin; New Hampshire in %
: 1905. Wilfred's father didn't want his
children in show business, but never- a 1 tY
less*taught his sons tumbling, balancing ;- v' p M
and how to fall. f

; "Show business is in our blood," he 4M14r 0 : ___ 1k- K
points out. _

As a teen, Fecteau worked as a x
carpenter, while perfecting various .;
acts with four of his brothers,practicing _
at a local YMCA. Each year, the _
Fecteau brothers would perform at
j the YMCA'S benefit cu cus, and it was p r _% ,
1 there in the early 1920's that they'got ;. i : j
I their first independent professional
booking.. ma* Br- Jjil I 'jXKkJBUBBRHBBI

I : Fecteau."We :did"I a would'perch balance act'"a said pole Wilbert Fecteau and the wagon he built Fecteau inspects a drill press 1

about ten-feet-Iong on my shoulders

with my brother balanced on 'top. Shortly thereafter, in Mobile, The people without the use of 'a net." Fecteau begins with a color "He wants me to sell him more." Fecteau's knowledge of the lore of
Later we used a chair on top brother of owner left the circus stranded; its' Utilizing their skill at carpentry, the photograph or postcard of an original One cannot appreciate the ac the circus is both amazing and interesting -
pole and a teeter board. One Fecteau's even built their own ladder\ circus wagon. From that, he applieshis curacy in detail between Fecteau's His workshop is tilled with
-: would be on the teeter board while the performers unpaid."It as the going rate for that type of con- vast knowledge of carpentry, his wagon and'the original, without com- circus memorabilia, posters, and in a
other two jumped. down on the other" was the second time this had struction was more than they. could, sharp memory of'what the real thing paring a photo to Fecteau's work flash he can go to some out of the way
end catapaulting him into the chair. happened and we had not gotten paid. afford: actually was'and the result is an ac Even the paint color matches the Bar- corner to point to a poster in Illustra- \
:. "I also performed on the slack Three of my brothers quit and, went. tual- although scaled,down version riboo, Wisconsin Original. tion of one of his stories. I .
wire,"he said. "A slack wire is much back to New Hampshire." Between then and the time of the second -of the original. "Bamboo is the original home of Beginning work on a new wagon
more difficult to balance on than a Wilfred and brother Alcide stayedin world war, the Flying Alcidos But how accurate? the'Ringlmg Bros. Circus," he con Fecteau will enlist the aid of his t'
taut wire." Wilfred was also a jug- the south, In Pensacola Aerial Act"found steady engagements "I just sold two of them to John tinues. "Today there is a museum daughter,Susan; a commercial artist
gler. winding! up performing vaudeville and at fairs, in Zweifer," he said. Zweifer is the with about 100 or so original wagons
doing odd jobs and finding work in the
the United States and such places as owner of the Circus Hall of Fame, They do shows where the wagons are Please!! !sre! page 5B for more !story! I
By 1930, the Fecteaus had already ship yards. Honolulu; Caracas, Venezuela. "The now moved to Orlando from Sarasota. loaded on train cars." and photos.
been in several circuses, and were' Eventually migrating back to money was better than the circuses. ..
currently with the Knight Bros.. Circus Ghent, Wilfred and Alcide learned' were offering," Fecteau explains.
when it went broke. that high aerial acts were in big de- Fecteau worked with noted wire
"The elephant people bought a mand. With work hard to find, the walker Karl' Watlenda darings the\
farm up in Ghent, NY and we stayed Fecteau brothers created an aerial MOS.
with them, ,farming and doing,odd act, landing vaudeville gigs in New times Acfdos B D.W I
Four the Flying
jobs. Then in 1931, 'the brothers York City theatres;In 1933,they booked television the tUx&frr ap4i **,? ", ,--, J
t: .;.decided tak -.ahMe..en4.J ;joined. an entire tirttm r's work doing the :peared' ; Sealtestfe
1956 as the closing act on
,, the Robbins Bros. Circus. perch_act in a park near Coney Island.. r
Circus in Philadelphia&J
"The second year of the depression" By: 1936, Alcide and Wilfred; and Big 1962.Top Fecteau retired from H e CHEVROLET-OLDS INC.
1931, was its' worse he said.
year '. their wives had put together'a high heights, but not from the vocation ,
"We With Robbins Brosin
joined ( ) '
up trapeze act. Utilizing a breakaway that .had been his hfe's work. He
New and traveled south.
trapeze and balancing act from 70 to began to make scaled down versionsof
The further we went south, the worse .
the 110 feet hi the air "The Flying original circus wagons.. Since that Is Proud to Announce
poverty got. Alcidos" (from Alcide's first name) time, he has built 14 wagons, eight of \
"We were playing to tents that were
became "The most sensational aerial which are located athis large
less than half fined-even in Atlanta, American '
act ever presented to the workshop here.
we only half filled the tent.

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Battle, Lines Being Drawn in Lake Dwellers I

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I "I'm really very much concerned Swamp for fuel to operate its Palatka governmental agency from which side, with nutrients which will leach operations in Ireland where such dust, leave an unmined barrier around the
about what goes on in the Santa Fe plant., Georgia Pacific must obtain a permitto through the barrier to be left by GP. storms occur lake through which contaminants
Swamp" State Rep. Frank Williams, mine the swamp's peat. Peat mining will contaminate'local cannot pass. GP contends the swamp
J CryslaI Lake told members of the A sunrise over a calm Santa Fe water'sources by allowing increased Hill claims the swamp is a vital is not a recharge source for the
Bradford County Commission at their' Lake was used by Hill to open his slide Hill described the impenetrable concentrations of nutrients humic recharge source of water for the Floridan acquifer.
presentation. If Hill and swamp as the"standpipe of the entire Floridan 8tquifer'lle'says the huge
appeared acids and to enter lakes
Monday;,Jan. 4;meetlng.'tl James Gill Jr., a resident of Pumpkin (Floridan) acquirer." According to a and streams.particulate swamp gives out water in dry times, GP was to present its plans for the
Kcp..Williams' remarks followed a Patch on the east shore of Big 1964 U.S. Geological Survey report such as these;and takes in water during proposed mining operation to a group
slide presentation to the board"by Santa'Fe Lake, were among friends the swamp is a primary rechargearea "Trace'minerals left over from the wet periods thus maintaining the of local 'officials and community
t Harold Hill president of the Santa Fe who feel the same way about preserving for all of Northeast Florida the peat mining process will make water level of the lakes in the chain such as leaders at a 10 a.m. meeting today
I Lake Dwellers'Association now the pristine beauty of the cypress two Lake Dwellers Association unsafe to drink," said Hill a retired Santa Fe which rises and falls very (Thursday Jan. 7)) in the Western
members said. branch manager with the Jackson little other lakes. Steer Steakhouse."It .
spearheading opposition to a proposalby surrounded lake and'about preserving ville Water Services Division. compared to area
Georgia-Pacific a large timber the quality' of" water area residents. He warned the GP peat mining Drying the peat will cause dust GP plans to dig ditches to drain the looks like we've got a steam
company to drain and mine peat ,drink. operation will contaminate the lake, storms for miles around the swamp swamp,cut down to a depth of 15 feet roller coming our'way that..we've. got....
from 5,316 'acres in the'Santa Fe Bradford County will be the final adjacent to the'swamp on the west Hill said, pointing' to'peat mining in !mining the peat, but says it will to do something Ahn" .1.' T-



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I Ga.-Pacif. Santa Fe Swamp Peat Mining Project Il

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q Gm; opening the presentation by he "are caught in a trap."lie said their "The general concensus is that we are Augusta Ga. based Southern opera- Pacific's plans. The underground, remaining uncon-
;and Hill. Gill said he has fished Santa hearts in the right but it and that with ," tions, anti-mining
are place "theyare against we are you peat from the'swamp would movement has been backed by suptollable for weeks and possibly moo-
PeLake for 30 years and finally got to caught up in pressures"from the Carter said, speaking for the board make the Patatka mill energy self- port of the Suwannee River Water lbS According to "the Minnesota A
move to Pumpkin Patch permanently GP hierarchy In their push to make a sufficient. Management District and Suwanreport" there Is also the danger of
o.two years ago. profit "We know we can't close our minds,
nee River Authority. fine dust particles from the'peat min-
\1' but unless we are shown something Opposition to the conglomerate's'
v' "Now, Georgia Pacific is going to "I, personally, don't think they'retoo different..." Commissioner' Carter announced plans started soon after GP officials concede the possibility ing process that can be borne by wind
1.tear-everything apart," said Gill, concerned about what might happen Said. purchase of the land and has resulted of peat bog fires' that can burn up to a distance of 50 miles.
(referring to the $2.023 million pur- 'to Bradford County. Georgia in a 4,000-signature protest petition
chase of the swamp by the'timber Pacific\ concerned with'its bottom "We live here"said Commissioner among residents of the lakes and
company as a proposed source of peatltofire line,said Gill,stating he deals professionally E.L. (Nook) Norman No'member of operators offish camps along the San- Millard! Fillmora's wife Abigail, found no books in the
.boilers at Its'Palalka paper with large corporations and the county board spoke In favor of ta Fe and Suwannee Rivers. White House after he took office as the 13th president.
Mnill.Gill knows how they think."We're GP's proposal to'mine peat. She tat aSide a room for a library and got an appriation
said local GP foresters and against it," CommissionerMaxie The anti-mining movement has of $250 from Congress to buy books.
According to John Miller GP'spublic grown into a well organized associa- ;
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Survived by his wife Juanita C. Mrs. Annie Winifred, GeigerMrs. John Hillary RoebuckJohn retired drag line operator for the
Torruella; a' daughter Mary Tor Annie Winifred 81 of Roebuck 61, of Marion County Road Department.He
Geiger. ,
Obituaries Hillary "Jay"
j ruella of Athens Ga.; two brothers was a member of the Homeland Baptist
John and Charles Torruella both of '209 S.W. lUst St. Gainesville died Archer died'" Monday, at Shands. Church and a member of. IronWorkers .
Tuesday Jan. B. in North Florida
Hospital. '
Miami; four sisters; Mary Dearribaof Local 601.
'Cora! Gables Clementine Regional Hospital.Mrs. Born in Starke Mr. Roebuck lived
; moved to Lake ButlerIn He
Geiger most of his life In Alachua County.
Mcllrevey of Ft. Lauderdale of the late James M.
He was the son
Mrs. Bernice McMillen Funeral services will be held at 2:30 Virginia Green of North Miami, and 1930 and moved to Gainesville in was a veteran of World War II and Larramore and Cora Lee Thomas. .
p.m. Thursday Jan. 7 in the First Frances Sebastian of San Juan Puerto 1976. She was a retired supervisor of was a member of the Archer MasonicLodge1 Lewis
Survived by'his Agnes
Mrs Bernice McMillen. 62, of instruction for' Union County Moose
Baptist Church with the pastor Rev. public 197 the Gainesville
Rico and one grandson. three' brothers, Claude
Keystone Heights died Monday Jan. and member' of the First Larramore;
Charles VanZant officiating. Burial a Baptist Lodge the Archer Volunteer
held at 11
Funeral'servlces were Bartow, Harbett Lar-
4 in North Florida Regional Hospitalin Church of Lake Butler. Larramore
in in
will follow the
Gainesville. family plot DeWittC. a,m, Friday Jan. 11n the Chapel of Survivors Include her daughterMrs. Firefighters Association and. Archer ramore of Mulberry & Aubrey Lar-
Keystone Heights Cemetery.
, V Born in Ohio June 6, 1919, she mov- Jones Funeral Home is in charge of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home with F.II.: "Ruth" Bourlay of Baptist, Church. ramore of Lacoochee; three sisters
; ed here three years ago from Miami. Father Patrick Carroll officiating. Gainesville, ''three sons' Robert M. Survivors Include two daughters Mable Bess of Jasper Gertrude
She was a member of the First Bap- arrangements. Interment was In the Torruella family. Geiger of Ridge Manor Ft., JosephLee Cheryl Ray and 'Betty Bornemann Rogers of Ft. Meade and Reatha Car-
tist Church and the W.M.U. plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery. Geiger Concord CA., and Dr. both of Gainesville; a: son, John P. roll of Lake Butler; and. numerous
Survived by her husband Rodney Albert F. Torruella Eric F. Geiger of Pensacola: one Roebuck of Bradenton; two brothers nieces and nephews.
W. McMillen; her father James C. Albert F. Torruella, 63, died in a brother Herbert A:Lee of Gainesville Sammy Roebuck of Eu Gallie and "
Barnhart ot Indianapolis, Indiana; Romney, W. Va. hospital Tuesday. Clyde Hampton 13 grandchildren and 12 great grand- Lawrence Roebuck of Berwick Pa.,a Funeral services will be held at 2:30
two daughters; Betty Dowdy of Dec. 29: Clyde Hampton 52, of Starke died, children. sister Sadie Sheppard Archer Saturday, Jan. 9 in Pine Level
Cook ville, Tenn.and Carole Jean Ead Funeral will be four grandchildren p.m.
He had moved to Romney from Dec:27 in Starke. services held Thursday Baptist Church with Rev. Roman
of Miami; two brothers, Everette Texas about six months'ago. Mr. Tor Mr. Hampton was born' in Starke Jan. 7, at 2 p.m. In the Chapel of Alvarez and Rev.Edgar Wilkerson officiating.
Barnhart of Eldon, Missouri and Jim- ruella was born in New York City and lived here all his life. He worked Johnson Hayes Funeral Home 311 S. James C. Larra more Interment will follow in the
mie Barnhart of Merrian,Kansas; six New York Nov. 11, 1918 'and had as"a janitor and was of the Baptist. Main St. Gainesville with Rev, Mr. James C. Larramore 65, died family plot in Dyal Cemetery. DeWitt
sisters, Evelyn Phifer of Kokomo formerly lived in Starke with his faith. Leamon Ward officiating at his home in Ocala Tuesday. evening C.;Jones Funeral Home is in charge of
Ind., Zelda Brown of Eldon, 'Mo., family for many years. He was a Survivors include two brothers Committal services will be held in following a long illness. -
Helen Wilson of Upper Sandusky veteran of World' War II, retiring Elva Hampton of Starke and Eddie Middleburg Cemetery in Middleburgat Born in Lulu. Fl., Oct. 23, 1916 he arrangements.
Ohio Louise Pate of Burson, Ca., from the Air Force as a Master Sgt. Hampton of West Palm Beach. 4pm. moved to Ocala In 1959 from
Judy Raybourne of Iowa Park, Texas He was a member of the Lady of Johnson Hayes Funeral Home of Homeland, Fl. Mr. Larramore was
and Jeanne Leckvone of Kansas City Grace Catholic Church. Gainesville is in charge of arrangements -
Kansas and six grandchildren. .

7 Mrs. Dorothy Green ReevesMrs. }'ortune'ederalOffers 1

Dorothy Green Reeves 38, of
Starke died Tuesday Jan. 5 with in- I
juries.sustained" in an automobile, accident Affordable Payment Mortgagesmonthly

She was born March 8, 1943 and was
the daughter of Mr. O'dell Green of In a timely move to help buyers ob- amounts due from the
Starke. tain home loans during the current homeowner may be added. 'to the-
period of high interest rates Fortune loan's principal balance: : :
Survivors include twq sons,Jimmie Federal Savings & Loan Association "This new Alfordable Payment;;;
re Ray McClellan-.and Darrell Dwayne will begin offering a new type of mor- Mortgage will be offered on owner
Crews of Stark: ;' three daughters, tgage that features betow-market and nomowner occupied one-to-four
( Cindy Connor Lucinda Griffin, and monthly payment levels guaranteedfor family dwellings with 'a maximum
\L CLEARANCE[ ) Lon-re Griffin of Starke; one brother the"first three years. Paymentswill loan amount of $107,000 for single
O'dell Green, Jr. of Lake Wales; initially be calculated at a level of family homes, and will help many
three sisters. Ruby Dean Crews and only 12 per cent. creditworthy families obtain the
Geraldean Edwards both of Starke The new type of mortgage termedan housing they need," stated Leon H."
I Janie'Shadd'of Lake Wales, grandmothers Affordable Payment Mortgage, is Hammock President of Fortune'
'Mrs. Alma Starling and an adjustable rate mortgage which is Federal. -=-
Mrs. O. C. Green" Starke; three subject to rate changes every six Hammock commented that the re..:;-
granddaughters and one grandson. months. The monthly payments, cent phase of high interest rates tore:
however will remain fixed during the ed many potential borrowers out or
I Services will be 2 p.m. Friday; Jan. first three years of the loan despiteany the market due to unattordable levels:
8 at Pine Level Baptist Church with changes in the rate. Interest of monthly' payments. "Fortune''
Rev. -Roman Alvarez officiating. rates on the mortgage loans will be new Affordable Payment Mortgage'
I Burial will be in Dyal Cemetery with based on changes in the rates paid on helps overcome this obstacle. The al-'
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in six-month U.S. Treasury bills. The fordable rate feature of the plan will"'
charge of arrangements. plan does provide for negative amor- bring the amount of the monthly I pay
tization, bv whtch any deficits in the ment in line with the borrower's abih-
-. ty to repay the loan," Hammock said:-,
wmmnnmn With the new plan initial monthly: .
1981 XR7 I principal and Interest payments tor a::::
Mercury Cougar $50,000, 30 year mortgage would be:':
$514. A standard mortgage with initial --
2 Dr., fully loaded, 7,200 miles, 2,700 miles factory cars, 12 month EIENGilLE payments calculated at 16 percent ::,
12,000 mile would require $672 per month. *:;::
warranty This reduction in the initial payment:;:
would permit a home buyer to quality?"
Save 5,000 over a new one! HOME SMES1IRatfE for the new Fortune Federal morci:
with annual
tgage an income approxImately :-r.
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Hunters Note : Blanding Closes Thr'ee Days Early, on January 7

wildlife will be closedto The Blanding hunt count for last week, Jan. 28 Dec 3, as provided by
: Hunters should note that the Camp Blanding reserve
hunting 3 days earlier than the general hunting schedule around the state biologist Jim Garrison,looks tike this: 4.316 hunters; 15 deer. takers 1 hog, 133
squirrels, 3 quad, and 3 racoon.
this weekend.
because of National Guard Training at Blanding
7 while' other hunting Those numbers bring the count for the regular hunt season not counting
Blanding hunting closes on Thursday, January
Blanding's special hunts) to: 203 deer; 33 hogs; 771 cat squirrels: 40 lox squirrels70 -
grounds, in the area and around the state will be open through Saturday. ,,Jan.
10. ; quail; 20 turkeys.Starke .

Fill Vehicle Wrecked During Chase


Trooper Roger Edmond Williams, treated and released.
Box 885, Macclenny; was Injured In a Family Planning. Clinic
traffic accident, 4: 7' miles south of The Heeling vehicle was driven by .
Lake Butler,.Jan. 2, at9:28: p.m. James Richard Brown;28, tot: 4 Hills | Outpatient Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied) and Vasec-
Trailer Park, Lake City. Brown was
Williams was in pursuit' of a 1973, charged with driving' while intox tomies for purpose of Sterilization.No '
Pontiacjoining a chase that began in icated and having no tag,according to SALEpR>ICED
Starke by the Police Department.Both Corporal'J. R. Hobbs. Hospital stay necessary. THRU THUgS.

vehicles' were southbound on Also a passenger in the car was No Abortions performed.Call o
SR-121 at approximately 80 to 85 mph. Franklin Eris McClenaghen, 16, 311
N. Clark St.,Starke.
When the driver of the Pontiac attempted
to slow down, Williams moved Damage to the Pontiac was $750, 964.6500Valentine's
to the right and applied the brakes, damage to the 1979 Chrysler FHP car
trying to avoid the vehicle. He struck was $1,800, according to Hobbs. WITH I
the Pontiac in the right rear with the TRADE
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skidded 135 ft. to impact and 40( ft. wanton reckless driving and fleeing to
before coming to rest. elude police at an unlawful speed, ac Day Sale
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to the accident
Rescue responded
son. Brown was returned to the
gave first aid at the scene of the accident ford Brad- -
County Jail where bond
was set -
then transported Williams at $450He
General Hospital. All were recognizance.INSULATION. was released on Give-A-Way

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Both Edwards were sentenced in a hospital<:' for Williams they fount hal and clubhouse' where stero equip- Starke was turning onto SR-16. east- '

drug trafficking case last November had escaped through a bathroomwlna. ment. food and liquor was taken. bound from Crawford Rd. ,:::,=:,
The investigation is'continuing according vehicle' struck Clemona'B
after they were found guilty by a Jury Reeves
News Briefs in Federal Court in Ocala. dowWIIiams\ was later found at The to Investigator Don Denton. 1977 Plymouth In the left front ,

Apts. in Reno and returned to ja ii, ac- Clemons vehicle came to rest on thee:: t
cording to Deputy John Dempsey Local Woman south shoulder of the road. Reeves'WgSvehicle !
EscapesIs First Traffic was knocked back onto. th ;

RecapturedCurtis Starke Golf Club south shoulder of SR-16. 1;
) Damage to the pickup truck was Fatality Of 1982 Clemons was taken to Alachua",

Pair charged for investigation is pending according Williams, a prisoner at medical'Bradford Broken Into, Robbed Dorthy Green Reeves became General Hospital, where he remains.
to Trooper B. A. Williams County jail, developed a in intensive care late Jan. 6. i"r
Bradford first traffic fatality -
Handy-Way thefts problem and was taken to the Brad- Sometime during the night oi Jan. 2 Olds
Starke Man ArrestedFor lord County Hospital over the and morning Jan. 3. the Starke Golf I of 1902 when she was killed Jan. 6, Damage to Reeves 1979 was..
Clemons 1977'Plymouth
Raiford to
men were charged weekend. and Country Club was broken into l2:00: p.m, on SR-16. $4,000, damage "
) with burglary, grand .theft, and Grand Theft When' the deputy returned to the Entry was gained into the lounger William Harold Clemons, 60, of was $3,000.
criminal mischief last week, ending a I Georgetown, Fl.; was westbound on The investigation is contining ac-1
long investigation Into the Nov. 30 Gregory Steven Gibson, 20, Rt, 2 Ii i SR-16. Reeves, 38, Rt 4 Box 388, cording to Trooper J. H. Horler.
burglary of the Raiford Handy-Way Box 2215;Starke, was arrested Dec.

on SR-121. 31, charged with burglary. of a'dwell-. '"
Carl Thornton and Mark Calvin ing and grand theft.

Grilfts; were the two charged with the Feb: 17 and April 4, 1981, Gibson is 1r- T a.I
burglary of the Handy-Way; and with charged with unlawfully entering or Super Buyson
criminal mischief for vandalism of a remaining in a dwelling;the property ,\

Raiford Police Car that was parked of'Roy and Phyllis. Wells, located. at Y'
nearby the store; Both are in custody Bayless Hwy. ,.
I at the Union County Jail. Bond was Gibson atledgedly took a couch, 'I i

set'at $10,500 for Thornton and$15,500 chair, footstool 'coffee table, two Ice JUFfforafoleIV.
for Griffis, who previously had been table radios leather purse, silverware ,

charged with attempted robbery in a canned goods, other household r
seperate case.Griffis items and currency. A couch, chair 14 err 6 4nt '

and footstool were later recovered. J Cars
Bond was set at $1,500 Gibson was
Changes Plea released on recognizance, accordingto t// fit' W I

In Counterfeit Case Deputy Greg Nichols. ;;, tb"f .

Carl E. "Pee Wee" Griffis, entereda Youth Arrested ?

plea of gutlty in U. S. District Court Grand Theft / ;
Dec. 14 in '
Jacksonville to charges of 1977 F100'
exchange transfer and delivery of Ronald James Tyler, 18, P. O. Box

counterfeit money. A pre-sentence investigation 664 Starke, was arrested and chargedwith 133" W.B. 300 six cyl. 3 speed trans:
was ''ordered on Grit fis the theft of a motor bike Jan 2: ; .

who is to appear before'Judge Susan The bike, a 1979 Yamaha TX 175, was : mission, step bumper.
Black for sentencing'January 27 property of James Yeoman.

Griffis was one of five local men indicted Alter'Tyler was confronted by officers 00;
in a counterfeit money ring he took them to a wooded area. 2695
Sept:28 after a federal grand jury In- where the bike was recovered. City Policeman Injured In Crash I r

vestigation. The'counterfeiting ring Tyler was charged with grand theft
A Starke policeman received a driven .
by Wayne Lee
Ferguson 20 '
was operating in the Bradford County (possession of stolen )' bond I
property broken leg and a head injury In a 514 S. Epperson St,
area. was set at $500, according to Deputies head-on collision Jan. 5 at 5:53 Rescue 51 1977 Triumph TR7'"
p.m. spent approximately 15
Indicted with Griffis was Billy Gor- Samuel Eunice and Don Denton. SR-100. I
on : minutes
attempting to tree Kiser ,
don Griffis Ronald Griffis, Eddie; released \
Tyler was'
Taylor Jackson and Timothy recognizance. on Emmanuel from the wreckage. Kiser was then I 2 Dr., 5 speed, air, glass, alum::
Patrolman Joseph taken to Alachua General Hospital .
Bryan. ;
Billy Gordon Griffis is scheduledfor Local Men Kiser, 20; 205 W. Adkms St., Starke, where he is listed in fair condition. v wheels, AM-FM stereo.
westbound SR-100, in a policeCar.
was on
Ferguson was not reported
trial trial term.sometime during. the Jan. 11 Granted AppealIn Kiser'attempted to pass another Damage to Ferguson's 1970

Jackson and Bryan are scheduledfor Drug Case vehicle which was also westbound.The Oldsmobile was $500, damage to the 3095 :
of his vehicle struck
trial Jan 18. right front 1980 Plymouth was $25UO, according
Ronald Eugene Griffis, whom Maurice Edwards, Jr. and his son the right front fender of a vehicle to Trooper B. A. Williams.

federal authorities have been Zachary Edwards'filed a notice of appeal -
seeking last month following 'their 1976 Olds Cutlass
since he failed to appear at an Oct. 14 :
hearing, turned himself in. His trialis sentencing on'a drug trafficking case .
in Marion County. The appeal was 2 Door 442 Pkg. Automatic. ;
scheduled for Feb. 22. granted they will remain free on Goodbye Pilot Light ,;..
These cases are all to be heard in U.
their bond
S. District Court in Jacksonville. present pending dispensation
of the appeal, according to the. 1595 :::

Accident Sends Jacksonville.Clerk of the U. S. District Court in The Energy Miser SystemMeet ,

Two to HospitalA the Whirlpool gas furnace with the Energy :

VENERA BROWN TIFFIN, C O\\"WENS I INC.. Miser system. It's designed to help conserve fuel. It 1972 Volkswagen
1968 Ford driven
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Sapp on SR-16, ........... i Rabbit 2 Door. .
4 miles west of Starke, went out of Suit.Six pilot light. An automatic vent damper to help keep ...... .

control. Sapp was slowing to turn and, Cerrl Lennon 1831 NW 13th St. heat from going up the chimney and a night setback '
due to the wet road conditions went I 494-3140. Golnesvl fllePla. ,
thermostat raise and lower 01 $1395:
to I
off the south shoulder, rolling over 90..37 7! -ns temperatures "P;.-.- ;
one time coming to rest 20 feet from matically. You couldn't afford to be without one!
the shoulder of the road Tuesday, .BEST BUY AROUND I Brick 3 bedroom. 1% both, family
Dec 29.Sapp. room CH/A. Carpeted. 32 Acres. fenced p 47. Rt. 1 Box 158, Lawtey,was timb r, 2 ponds, trailer hook-up close I to Raiford s 1974 LTD :

taken to Bradford County Hospital, Highway 121 frontage.. Call Cerrl for details.21J .
where she remained until Friday ACRES with frontage on SR.791 and 241. 4 bedroom WIt I' I : dqQ.c..U)1lJa1i(9roSl &naJ ;
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Jan. r Passengers in the truck were 1 both frame house, 64' x 64' hay barn;'250 irrigation: I "
also taken to BCH they included Don- well pasture and tillable 'land. Ponds, add III onal bldgs. HEATING COOLING JL PRODUCTS
na Toothman Janet Shelton Kathy included $1,600 I per acre, owner financed. A Au.t.ee'o $129'50o

Kliver. Mary Witt, Joy Brown and appreciate. Hayes Electric & Air Conditioningble
JoAnne Benton. Benton was ..........................................,
transiered to Alachua w. have with afforda,
General top quality acreage prices.
Hospital Gainesville, where she remained I Looking for farms real' estate or Investmen't property? 355 N. Temple Ave. 964-8744 1973 Datsun 2402!

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964-6223 Starke Fla.I
Century 21,Showc.s.. Properties, Inc REALTOR

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LOT on sand bottomed 1971 CHEVY VAN.coptom LEGION. .AMERICAN FURNISHED COTTAGE. 2 BR MOBILE "HOME. I'/, i206 W. Madison Street stark
oke In Hillcrest $800own. choirs. sofa bed. Ice box, bedroom. 1 both furnish.ed bath, al
new carpetremodeled ,,
Saturdays. 7 and Sun. LAKE REGION
$146.44 per month link. Call 473-4691. 2tchg p.m. collage on little Lake 964-7200
days 2 to 5. Public Invited access to Lake Call Linda
hone 473-4058 or 1/7. 114.DINING Geneva $225 pr month MONITOR
Geneva prefer round't.nnantcoll.473.4165
73,4367 after 6 p.m. ROOM SUITE drop OVEREATEftS Keystone Height Realty. year after 473.2210 473.2210 (L j ,(,\\ \ ::i"'M.lhdLclJjjLd.1.I

I. 'nchg 1/7 l leaf table 6 chair, china ANONYMOUS. duesfees Realtor, .73..96 I Unchg 6pm. 2tchg 1/7 114. .
|KE LOTS AND ACREAGEyitone .. cabinet Phone 473.3805Itpd .or weigh int. Open ONE HALF OF DOUBLE OFFICE ,
MOBILE HOME. 2 BR furnished ,'
Heights, owner meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m. for rent ale. .1'
I 1/7
anc.d 10 In. at St. Anne Episcopal $80 month. CH'A. on lakeGeneva Fire Wood Social ,
percent carpeting per SecurityDisabiliClaims lOOK W1IIJT.
1972 FORD BRONCO: Been Church Keystone Height. $175 per month:
(rest lots on clear sand 470 Lawrence Blvd,
rolled In plus deposit Call 473-4149 Split oak4 cord .
perfect running Thursdays 9.30 a.m. Com .
homed! lake priced to Keystone 473 4472 Jackie
condition Call for information otter o m llcno 1'7. $40" delivered WE
State Bank of iiRRt
1 from $9.900. One to munity OFFICE SPACE for rent.Keystone Been denied or discon
. .acres overlooking lake after 8 pm 473,4597. Slarke, 473-2790 or, Office C.nl.r.call HOMES FOR Call Darryl tinued'? .
Expert help no
c.es available) with Keep trying I/01.f. 964 8587. tfnchg 1/7 475.2160 after 4 00 anytime. Ups
SALE fee unless we win
., trees from $3.500 ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSCIosed p.m. tfnchg 10/29 your t
PERSONALSERVICES ..4682101MOIILE claim 1.264.9888Firewood'&t I 6 d
down $50 a month FOR RENT IDOOSq. Ft. also
m.rciol frontage-- meetings Mondays ot 8 under construction 3000 GOING OVER SEAS-MUST Vi
stment opportunity p.m. Open meetings Fri. sq. ft. across from post office SELL cute 2 bedroom
.,( IN. Owner-salesman. CARPENTER WORKt days 8 p m. All meetings Commercial Circle. house, lake acess. HOME t ScrapOak
p 73-4375. tfnchg 1/7 Remodeling work kitchen at the Educational ..73-21..96Ichg "/2612/31 beautiful large wooded SERVICE POLES & Pine Qualified Buyers 12% leans ,.
1 berry plants, large, Building, Community 38R. 2tA. HOME CH/A S35O lot assumable mortgage I
cabinets and 'rimcorp.nl.r. $10. truckloadOak -3 Bedroom 1't bath 26
Church 473-2790 at 9%, call 100 AMP acres Fenced. ready for at
or owner
rd year $3 50 Riverland per month lake access. .
f' 475.2130. tfnchg 1/7 473-2735 tfnchg 1/7 > 4114'. agriculture or pasture Home has natural rock fireplace in ,
m.. wholesale retail'eekdoys price. Call Ed Dempiey at 3760078 tfnchg 12/3 !45 family room.
FOR SALE Lake Geneva 540.II. cord
oft.6pm. and NICE 2/1 BEDROOM HOME .
eekends. 468-2769 1/7 73-705. between 7:30 _WANTEDUSED CH/A. kitchen appliances. Mobile Home Soles. $7.770 209 AMP Call SuMhiM *orIM1IM '$ -3 Bedroom; I both 2 acres. Large garden area. 3 troll
to 5'30
(Jfn chg. l/7tfnchg : p.m. white sandy beach on take 19' down. $99 month for *23SCU carport w attached workshop. Brick home hardwood "
WILSON' T-JOOO tennis 14X50) liberty Double floors Attractive landscaping
j1a I lip Ivlnrude. full controls Oen.vo'ln'town.E.
PAINTING-WAll PAPERING Anyitmr4iMleT between .
p..recent tune-up. $350. 17 ft.I freeestimates. racquet call 473.2310 or Lak.vi.w Drive $400 monthly wide starting ot $13.995.Come or com out -3 Bedroom 2 both W W carpet jn LR & Most BR Has
.I i Gator Tilt-trailer.' '1976 no pressure washing Expert Craftmanihipl .73..380 after 5.00 p.m.tfn 473-7066. 4tchg 12/10 check all of our Wai.* 9:30 and JO and large picket fenced back yard '.
''''Sl. $350 or both for $650. 473.3773 I/7tin pd 17Steve 12/31 models and special prices.4s we'll load for you -2 Bedroom I both 'gas heat .2 wells ;2.cor carport. 6 ;r
/,3,2595.. Itchg 1/7. chg FURNISHED MOBILE HOMES miles East of Keystone acres Priced to sell s.
4OBHE NOME.12 t.x60 ft.. YARD WORK house work $130 and up. 4732879. on Hwy 1OO. tfnchg ,!1/7 HuirtUySERVICES -40 acres for Investment located North of 121 on 18 ,
BroadwayTREE & !!
od condition clean windows hauling, mowing Lake Geneva Mobil Ham. I ltecHrn'l Shop Compare Ideal for timber or posture ",

lady to move 1973 logs> split anything'. SERVICE Park. 12/17 tfnchg HELP I, Swti.il| ''n lIr.II'U'C' Cur Two custom built" homes Shown by appointment only to II
jodel. $..,.00 firm 475-1720 before 9am. 3 BR HOME Overlooking WANTED qualified, buyer a
159.350O. 2tcha 1/7-14. 2tpd 1/7-1/28 Removal Lak. Geneva. Available i \ ililc I Home Parks! -3 acre in Columbia County Zoned for mobile homo '1
1AKE SANTA Ffiful CARPENTRY AND MASONRY about January 15. WORKING 473-4&M -All t\X'S| l>f llOHH- near SR.238 and 'I-7S

., lot with larg. WORKbuilding posies ad. Trimming 4733680. 12/31 tfn Employment CLASS Service HEROES M 0l1'r politics for Neat As A Pin. 3 bedroom 1'r bath w w carpet, Electric
t i 18 ft. lake front Into TWO Serving ; .
> K dltlons, remodeling MOBILE HOMSSi Fur- CH A carport Unique front entrance. .
area near Melroe home.and tile work pointing. Free Estimate nlshed In secluded Melrose Keystone Heights. and 4731iS2R.e.rs molulc homes. For Complete Details Call:: '
j 538500.Call owner Fr.. ."Imal... Melrote./ Both 2 bedroom. 473.4472.areas lOll tfn low-fees. Of ...... Call for Quote .

.. 9750. 4tchg 1728.. Phone 473-4473 during 473-4732 $160 and $ISO per month FART TIMI night work Apply 'I F EI..Ms ApPNw., Olln's Mobile AAA Real Estate Agency :
Oaill HOMI new.ere day, 4tchg 17.11:27.Classified : plus deposit.Call.5.1368. In '
of land. lIIcr..' After 5 P.M. 12/31 3tchg 114Classified after person 2 00 pm or Serving rodforol g Cloylawreoc.eW Home Sales 752-0577
1 \\Subdivlslon. Call Ads FOOD Counites. John lengfo'd,Jr.Realtor .
MART Slate I
Ads Rd. 100 and j Elaine M. Olin Agent
2tchg Keystone
473-7381.: Get Results Heights 21. I Keystone Heights Itpd j Keystone Associate 4*3114
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Hwy 225, lawley SERVICES HOMES LANDFILL' Free for moving .
New & Used MIMOSA MANOR MOBILI FIREWOOD. : Oak, split Also have used concrete USED ALUMINUM PLATES:
FOR SALE HOME PARK mobile homesand $45.00 per load; $85 cord.In blocks priced reasonably 24x36 25 cents eocn Used .
Color TV's BILL'S SAW SHOP Completesharp.nang
for rent Starke area. Next doorto 5 00 in printing,
spaces Coll 964-5180 after newspaper rWiHtJi1r
---Anf.nnp'a hand carbide, 1911 MOBILI HOMES Recreational vehicles Morgan Rood Baptist PM. Keep trying. 1 07 Great for minor repair
TfSec. In receiving welcome. Phone 4632912. Church. 12/17 tfn 2tchg 1.14.IVESTOCK jobs Bradford County {! .
chain, mower bldide hollow payments starting at CANOPY BED and ,
Channel's 30 47 ground and balanced. month. John TFchgHOUSEKEEPING DOUBLE I. : 15 beautiful Telegraph f44-6105. tinCARPET REALT
per and sleeping dresser. Two spreads 2 registered red and redspeckled NEW t USED: Furniture ,.
:;:. Leave at Jackson Building Brown Mobile Home and
TV. and air canopies. springs Brahma" bulls 1 & appliancesPlumb
.m.7,1'" Supply In Storke, Keystone Center 473-3775.4/9 room f\. .. ..
Included. $250. .
12311" mattress fixtures, f
? miles (
HeIght. or lake Butler Underwood Motel 3 yr old, 600-1.000 Ibs. long pipes .
Hnchg. Call 4311648. 12/17 tfn BARGAIN CENTER US 301 PHONE 9S4-7776
North of Starke on Hwy. ears, beautiful heads __
TFchg "'1.1 "Price leaders of 301. 10/9 tIn 1941 MASSEY FERGUSON heavy bones. very gentle, So 964.6679 2S sin CECELIAERWILI
Lion ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS bock hoe 3165. Good con DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN GAR 205 N. Temple Storkq
the South" with the lowest MOBILE HOMES: Highway 16 selling Jan. 11, 1982 2 PM .. ,
Phone 964-SI48 964-7619 rate of 16 1/2 percent! and Hwy. 16 and 225. dition. $5,000.: or best of. at Gainesville, livestock HOUSE: 301 South >
or large selection of 12, 14 Clean) Call 468-1323. 3/12 fer. Has front end loader Market. J. L. Gladwell, 964 6740 We buy and sell

Bounty SEWING TFchg MACHINES and 24 wides. Factory owned tfn and. ditch digger. Call 904964.8613. Itchg" 1/07 used furniture and op Thanks

REPAIRED! All makes and operated. COMMUNITY 3 BR, 1 BA LIVING ROOM Frank Norris 496-3900. SEIGLER OIL circulating pliances, 8. 13 tfnRECONDITIONED A Million
dining room A kitchen, 12/31 31pd 1114 heater Phone 964.6437 TVS Colors
cleaned oil.d and ad.
Ads justed. $15. Workguaranl..d. SALES Highway 301-N central' heat and 'air. In FI WOOD: Pine and oak Itpd 1/07 starting ot $100 00.
Call 964-6412 anytime. Trade In welcome Phone
463-1779. s
Hampton. Phone ONE COFFEE TABLE withdrawer.
JamesStrickland Stark. Open 7 days aweek.
aw- ((1st months rent in ad 12/31 2tpdl/07 2-matching, end 964.8212. 6 11 tfn tie
corner Morgan 964 8741 10/29 tfn.
f FOR RENT vance.)5/7) tfn PIGS: 30 to SO Ibs Call tables with lamps. T-wingback MOBILE HOME SERVICE
Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg 12 X 64 MOBILE HOME: 3 BR, 1/07
9646528. Itchg
ss- CHAIN LINK FENCE Install TRAILER LOTS: High and dry; Early American chair POLES: 100 amps $135
KING APPLICATIONS: For ed. Free estimates. stove and refrigerator.Also oak shade trees; 2 miles BOXER AKC pups. Fawn and all for $300.00. Call 200 amps $225 Coll
Handy. have 12 x 50 2 BR. 1 white. Threes month old 964
6365 Stoike
US301. 964 8238. anytime
'O". and two bedroom Man Fence Co. 964.8559. South on 964 8791 or 964 7O61 tchg
full bath. Call 964.5889 Tails docked.
females. .
tInPRIVATE 10 29 tin
:.nobll. homes. Phon. 9/3 1/07
E2l6-2366! after 1 p.m. Pine TFpd. 1281.TYPEWRITER REPAIR: Coll after 6 weekdays, anytime TRAILER LOTS: In ears trimmed, wormed allshot LAYING HENS: Eight' Rhode GAS HEATERS gal stoves
weekends. l2/312tpd 1/07 miles from good blood lines', electric stove mist furniture
;JIIob1te Home Village. TFN the Office Shop 110 W. country. 2'/ Island Reds $2 50 each.
$2(50.00. Call 954 5801Itchg
117.IIttCK Call St., Starke. for details, Starke. Owner furnishes '( Coll 7823376. Itpd 1 107 lamps Call
HOME: 3 bedroom 2 964.5764.tfn. HOMES water, all other hook-ups 1/07 BULLDOG PUPPIES Pit andEnglish 964 6365 10 29 tin

berl rick home on I acre aree In. Call 964-6365 HAY Argentine-Bahia. Fertilized crossed 7 weeks 5-V GALV. ROOFING : /(11 I'r'I'ndi ,:.: \i'tghhnrc ,
gpf 3ty.or.: old beautiful FOR SALE anytime. 10/29 tfn twict. No rain J: M. old. Call 782-3363 Itpd 6'.S4.20' 7'.$4 95 8' $5 70

:ascotlon.:: .Coll Roy Dukes HOME REPAIRGen. DUPLEX 124 N. Myrtle St. Edwards 964-5379. 1'07 1/07 9'.S6.45.10'$7:10": S7 9 of Rnuifiinl.( 1////"". anti .

S96-3218.| ; Itchg 1/7. Maint. Screens KEYSTONE-STARKE AREA $195 per month. 2tchg 1/14 TEXAS GRANO Onion S: 12.S3 70 All sues picked ( lair ( .iHltli'I'liatllss/

/W5SIU HOMEi 3 bedroom. made New home for sale. Alsoqua'ty Refrigerator lIove.carp.llng. CARS plants, by 100s or 1,000's up. Jacksonville We
or repaired, ex- Call 964-8944 or manufacture Call toll
aneSI/2 bath with 12X16 built homes $22 Shad Starling Lawley
Sidd pn. Nice yard 12X12 per., ref., pool maint. per sq. ft. built on your lot 964.8126 after 6 pm. 12/03 TRUCKS 782.3022. 1'07 2tchg 1 14 free-I-800.312 2702 12 24 / .fi,,' gt'ig/ / lit Hit" "Brit
a/Cit/ building with light. 964-8328.964-5518 tfn PECANS: Curtis 75 cents 4tchg 01 14
:::9,' d I woter. Private en- or ours. Adams 8 Hall DUPLEX 2 bedrooms. Call 1973 SUPER BEETLE: New Kennedys 65 cents' per Ib COME SEE US AT THE HOUSEOF r/, tiyier; our -ip-ii.;;S II I/'rl'
473.2056 4752128. 6/4
:31-orlCe.: Between Lake or 964.5951 or come by 127 paint: Michelin radials, 964 7698. 1 tpd 107 BARGAINS in lawley i <-'"I>I/\/.d/ /" in ITlnink I-I. ;
;$ull.r and Starke. PhoneS GLASS CUT TO ORDER: TFchg. Lafayette St. 12/31 2tchg good condition. $1800 Coll REFRIGERATOR with' ice Full line of clothing
t46.2842. Itchg 1/7. Doors, windows, etc CUSTOM HOMES now 1/07 9647682. 11/05 tin maker lounge choir. childrens, and adults o<
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY under construction INSIDE STARKE CITY LIMITS: fur bargain prices 10 22 tIn
3 room
APPLICATIONS NOW BEING 1977 FORD LTD: Burned in 'piece living // linn tnr I'fIIlId'II", '
:3KlN: For 3 bedroom, all 9646078. Orders also overlooking Mark Country 3 bedroom 1 both home. terior. Sell for ports Phone mture; All in excellent con ijtHir
:VWctric. mobile home. 2 taken in lake Butler Club. Adams and Hall Unfurnished. $350.00. Call 46 .2185 after 6 PM 12 J7 dition Call 964.7152 Itpd Classified Ads in' hiimne/ tint! : ;lIII1'0: '

jtjtHojMn, no pets. Depost 496.3079 4734973.and Keystone 2/26 Builders. Phone 473.2056 4733270. 1/07 tfn tfn 1 07 Get Results.awI3i /inn-is ttitinIHI/ ,, (''I//'r,1, ,
Wed: references required. Heights' or 475.2128.6/4 TFchg. 12 X 60 MOBILE HOME on 1977 FORD MUSTANG Redw
See Undo Hopkins at Lit.SB's tfn. ,, 50 ACRES; 4'/t ACRES North one acre. Stove and ref'rig. holt vinyl lop AM FM I l I" eel" i itn" //inniji/i/ / Ti'nt'llli!, Km

Jrailer Park No. 10. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Starke. 3 BR home. 2 furnished. $165 per mo., air cond. $2500 Call I". "I
?one 4963492. 1 Itchg 1/7. SERVICE Bradford County trailer hookrups. 5 deep plus $100 security deposit.Call 964-6520. weekdays 8 am I $ % 9la4 /
residential -outs, I ui
ABDICATIONS NOW BEING pump wells and Irrigation system 9645734. llchg 1/07 til 2 pm. Itpd 1/07 ff fl"I'
$50. We also re-lay drain
:JAKEN: For 2 bedroomS and All Call NICE APARTMENT: One 1972 CHEVELLE: $300.00 or
lines. Phone 964.8121. more. or part. U / ,trli'ihl.hlp, tin,It'n
>b( home 1 or 2 964.5180 after 5 PM. Keep bedroom with stove and belt offer. Call 964-5734 Realtor
if lldt.n, no p.,.. deposit 5/28 TFchg. trying 12/31 2tchg 1/07 refrig. In Hampton. No llchg' 1/07 ,i II' "unlil! hurt, 'litin' 1' ('tin

:Inquired. See Lindatwjvips STARKE CITY LIMITS 3 children no drinking $115 1911 DATSUN wheel drive S04-7823931HANDYMAN I ,1/' /, hi/ nt i inniti/ ,tlii. xi rr/i/ v /?
: at Little's Trailer TUTORINGMost bedroom home with large per mo. Senior Citizens Air conditioned. AM FM,, SPECIAL en Voluobl Madison S/. propprfy
fbrk No. 10. phone lot Fireplace CH 'A. 11% Discount! 3778292. 1/07 radio. $600 and assume Two homes for iole. Both S22 300 P.1-: tint -nHlltll, ,/1'1'1"lrt( Hi

jtyft-3492.. Itchg 1/7. in Education SubjectsBA mortgage ossumable. Call ALL 2tchg ELECTRIC 1. 14 mobile home. payments. Call 964.6664. 1.0MfTHINQ..PJ.ffJIN! In a home in Strawberry Acrvt /I. 'i, hurl, i>lni\i I'I/ in pryll'ixrln! "
Itpd' 1/07 You owe It to yourself to look.
JEIP WANTED Experienced 4733270. 1/07 tfn 2 bedrooms, garage, VW RABBIT: 1977 door D.LAUt'FU4' HOMESITE! / Heavily wooded parcel" lovfeyJ6.500. ll, ;1',1'1'i ;/1"(/rs.Miii .

964-8328.964-5518 COMMERCIALPROPERTY storage shed. One acre speed, A C well main .
itSTRIBUTORl RAND fenced. Enclosed porch. tained. One owner car CLOSE TO HOSPITAL' On. acre homttite. S6 000
JflcNALlY MAPS-Up to 150 $200 per month. Call $3.BOO..Call 732 3054 alter LOVELY HOME lor ret couple Scrn'd. porch fenced II )/,'inn, c; /llillifiliiiliI' i '

:p VcVit profit-no selling. PROFESSIONAL Car Clean. Ocala 622.5620 after 5 6 PM. Itpd 1.07I9 yd.. workfhep. More $45 000 Sen1 r"1/' ;.
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Service pre-estoblished ocJbuntt. Ing Service Cleaned PM. /07 tfn 7 CHEVY II: In good con IN COUNTEr 6 Ac $10,700 10 Ar $23 000 30 Ac -
: Minimum Invest.m.nt washed :dazed BRADFORD MINI 2BR LOFT APARTMENT. Fur- dition Call 782.3151 Itpd $21.000.PtRFtCT. ll II l/l./' unit/ HlttH Gid; /bl./ i.
: '$4,375. Secuned bygpventory vacuurnen sanitized and WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX I nlshed. Utilities also fern 1 07 MOBILE_ HOME SITE 10 Ac. born and more !
l/i'H" ii' I/ ( i'/itl'I' 11j'/ J.
deodonied. $7.00 for sole. 80 pet. $230 by week
and equipment. pickupand per mo or WE HAVE a very 'lovely Spanish style' home for tolc"
raIl Toll Free delivered or your owner financing availableat 234 N. Cherry St. or call 1972 FORD BRONCO: Been Would believe' SI2 000 Make ui prove it

.835.2246.. e xt. 112.. place. Call 964-7226, ask |11 pct. I'/i acres with 9647103. Itchg 1/07 rolled. In perfoct running I
I. for Dennis 12/10 tfn room for expansion Phone ON KINGSLEY LAKE unfurnished condition. Call Intormo"fioR MICHAELS/ GOONEY: Cecelia TencillegfirRealtor (
S W'J1'I. M 8MWnanta fir
: : .. /R.eltoAssocl.te-Home" 964-8837
RoattCamming, 'GENERAL'REPAIR WORK owns. 473.2735924 tfn 2 bedroom, Iorgeporch 51teT8 17i3/597.w -f
.. Carpentry roofing and NEW BUILDING: Rent or kitchen equipped, Associates-After Hours
( ... f If'
Vpd )Ittt. 07
tA ag134. painting.. Ph. 7823669. sale., 2.00O sq. ft. Next to w/w carpet drapes heat Keep try ing 'P. O. DRAWER H,.,,. 301 S. LAWTtY. Fl :32051rff d I Wayne E. Douglas Broker-Salesman 964.6593

Bradford Motel US-301 Fred Sockett Broker-Salesman 465.1644
12/31 2tchg 1/07 on & air. Year round. No pets. Ads ,
: REAL FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS N. Call 964.9992 or $300 plus utilities Classified --- --- --- Byron Terwillvgar-964-7776 Martha Dorko-712.3397

% ESTATE 964.8945. Itpd 1/07 5332518. 1/07 tfn Get Results l Anne Terwilleqor Nelson-175.l677
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k'- 144 W. Call St.

I St'OKMUG FOR a special 964-7303 LOSTFOUNDFOUND Mobile Homes Mary Kay

1 tfclecex ston't.have of property it; I'll find-it-Just If I II T.W.BF' Open 9 til 5:30 Moved CosmeticsLouise ,-$.nif Truck Driven RECOVERY Spend $2.50 Make $ $ $ $

. k...JANE S. USHER Thur. II am til 7 : Dachshund. Call Local or statewide ee9 TS. Recovery 1/, dOrlkeevylqulpn
Starling '' r0y.r.wr.Swisexy
.. .,,ALTOR 496.2126 or Sat. 9 am til 3 PM Francis Meng. 4681915. to moves. Set-up &: connections lake, City oco l "
A'he Tonno
:y t A-2903.. .v.... "Your AppointmentsNot claim. Itpd 1/07 done. Call 473.3092 talL PM. Hem.. o

.f 7ni4 5757_ Strvkp'. fi___ Kroll Realty Company
?-_ All YOU REAl ESTATE YARD SALE 864 N Temple Ave
] EDSColl V.n.ra BrownI& LEE CASEY
FAMILY DOLLAR Starke. Florida
,,fti'3022. Sandy Haien PRICES PAID for used REALTOR'
|7196.3994.v.s or Cerrl Lentan mobile homes If mortgageis Branch !Mgr David L Dodge Assoc! Kealior
on clothes, shoes, bed
4963140. Til tin, oneiwens. 3/4 paid or more.OLiN'S CONSTRUCTIONrt NEW STORE OPENINGWe
linens 964-7685 Eves 964-5370
Inc. Rea'tor' Rt. 2 glassware, MOBILE HOME SALES ._ "
novelties, dishes, radios, Additions
'Lax 783. lake Sutler) FL4n choirs; etc. We do have, 964.5606. Open 7 days Remodeling need experienced people to Lovely; 3 BR home on e 3 2.J: Acre lot I hl'\t.t'll'

chg. 8/6. weekly. TFchg New ConstructionCall Bedford Lake large Lake Buller .uul K.n
lay-away on nonsaleItems. AXLES a TIRES: 2 axles + 4 prepare our new store. Sales, part
Come see us Friday $100 shaded lot 59.lO!( ford on hush route! I U'lpronitiled '
tires We pick-up ; for FREE Estimates
and available.
ANTED and Saturday. 9 am til S You deliver 5125. Olmt time spot positions S17.4 iii 1Iu
'pm. This 'n That Shop corner Mobil. Home Sales, Hwy. 533.2082 .,.
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_. have retail : nstmpt through it:" u '
301 and 16, old Gulf 100 W Slorke. 964-5606 If you management
12/31 tfn
used TFchg experience we would like to
ill cash for
pay your FRI. ft SAT: Weather WANT TO BUY used
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bile home. Ray Powell, permitting. Wide variety typewriters and adding i e UmereckA1 e talk to you about our store Hide-A-Way
:63377.: TFN 4/16. 9/10( mile past hospital on Bobby's I
machines. Must be In
=POOL FROM LAKE SR-230:! follow signs.. Itchg working condition.. Sparfc Plugs Top SoilDralnfleld e manager training program. + I Hw\ 301 S. \\aldo:
TLEitI To University of 1/07 t L

rido.. no children Phone FRI C SAT 919 N. ThompsonSt. CASH 9645764.PAID tfn for 2/12.a'umlnum' 99EachSW Rock Apply in person Friday January 8, \'Te\'ol.t\\\'o Boys

me'\Y' r/Snyder, home 9 am til 4 Furniture :FW A lawn Sjnd e
!t6.2799. business cans. 21*. Copper, brass Muffler& 1982, between 9 am and 5 pm. O\C'
ends and cloth.. and batteries. H X R Block
JU-4836.. llchg 1/7. Itpd 1/07 office 31 S. 6th St., Mac. Discount, Parts Budding Sands e FAMILY DOLLAR STORE CjL00LindaSC<\
SAT., JAN. 9: 9 am til 1 't "C "C
pm. Florida Call i
clenny Any amount.Delvered \.
f FOR SALE Brownie. St. next to 2596992. 1/07 tfnClassified 24 Hrt. 309 S. Walnut Street \ TdaY tNfndaY

Starke Motor Parts In tin or U-haul Starke Florida & sa\Ut
964-5677 ,
:';'-S. CARS. .PICKUPS from warehouse. Clothing Ads
;1. Available at local cameras, tools etc. Itchg Get Results Ml. 782.3172' Equal Opportunity Employee M/F

-i'v't Auctions. For Direc- 1/07 Colas Roofing Atari E. Taylor (Some positions temporary)

:;?:y call Surplus Data b. liar Iliiur, I pm 2:; am ll.ippt Hour '' pm i pm' :'.,-
Ster 505.6 7.9709.4rchg Carpentry Work ft Waterproofing
Beat the Cold
3.9t Glen Nettles A "We Pickup Buttnv Chill. Cut and
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(dor price on all fur. up load or $70 per cord. a* Free Estimates Cool Seal tI:
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luring Regency No. 400 Lake Butler References State License Call Thomas 0. Nettles '
1r... and foundation r Excellent 2 Thru 6

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Hampton HilitesBy I

Cynthia and Natalie Brown of Winter
Dolores Meng. Haven. .: '
Phone 469-1915 Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen'of: '
Bedford Lake visited Mrs. Belle
Christian Church Brown. 'on New Years Day.
Has Dinner Mrs. Myrtle Watterson of Hender-,
Members of the Hampton Christian sonville,N.C.,left Thursday following,
Church enjoyed a covered dish dinnerat a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Kad Watter,
r the City Hall on Sunday. Among son and other friends. .
guests present were the pastor;Rev, Mr. and Mrs Van H. Powell and
Bob Hodges and Mrs. Hodges.. Other son. Van Edward, and Lucille Powellof
: honored guests were the former Wichita; Kansas; left for their
; pastor* Rev. James Shaw of home on New Years Day after spen
d T- Tallahasee who was'accompanied by ding one week with Evelyn Vaughan
his mother. Evelyn Powell and Susie Powell.
GUts were exchanged at the Holiday They enjoyed a trip to Disney World

I' celebration. and, fishing while they were vtsiting;
Hosts for this event were Grady and Hampton Late
Carolyn Williams. Mr. Romeo and Dr. Laura Paradocelebrated
I'c New Years Birthday their 19th Wedding Anniversary -
Margaret Wadsworth celebratedher on New Years Day They
birthday New Years Day. spent that day roasting a.pig and enjoyed -
Woman's Club Meeting the results with lamily ands
I The Hampton Woman's Club will friends In the evening. -5
hold their meeting on Thursday,Jan 7 New Babies ">J
: at 8 p.m. in the City Hall. Billy R. and Connie Dyal Bell otM
On Dec. 21 the Woman's Club held a Graham proudly announce the birth:
Christmas Party for area youngstersin of their son Mark Patrick Bell. Her:
the City Hall. Fifty-four children was born on December 30 at Alachua
2 were on hand to receive goodies from General Hospital weighing 9 Ibs. 4:;
pF Santa Claus ozs. and measured 22 inches. ,:i:
88 // Club members distributed fruit to Maternal grandparents are Berry:;
/ t FOR. the patients at the Starke Nursing Dyal, Jr. and Catherine; Dyal. of.:
TG4Y Aluminum Foil Standard Home for Christmas. Graham. :
1.87 12" x 8.33 yd., 25 sq. ft. roll. Timberwolves Party Paternal grandmother is Louise:
Limit 2. \ The Tlmberwolves CB Club held Bell of Starke. '.i2=
M&M Chocolate Candles l Ib. their Christmas Party on Dee 24 at Paternal grandfather is the late-
1.68 bag in choice of plain or the City Hall. Some 19 persons enjoyed Ray Bell E.
the turkey and trimmings '

) peanut. -. The Timbervolves Club donated a David Dean and Lisa Lee Manning;
Maalox Suspenstton Mint .., >rt Christmas basket to a local widow. of Graham are the proud parents otjf;;
flavored antacid. 12 oz. liquid. __ ... j; Holiday Visitors their baby boy, David Dean Manning
Limit 2. % Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barr of West II. He was born December 31, at the=!:
J > ......... :i Chester, 'Pa.,. and Tom Topliffe of Alachua General Hospital, weighing:.
Jacksonville spent Thursday with 11 Ibs. and measured 24 inches, ; :-.
f f Mrs. Belle Brown Paternal grandparents are Kenneth:
/ Frank Brown of Winter Haven and Charlene Manning of Graham.: :::.
Bunte Orange Sices Delicious spent Wednesday and Thursday. with Paternal grandmother is Beatrice:-
J orange flavored treats. 20 oz. his mother, Mrs:Belle Brown. LaMonda of Hampton Lake. "-

bag. Mrs. Brown also enjoyed the Maternal grandfather! is Marvin, ;
weekend visit of her granddaughters, Lee of Jacksonville. ..5


LONG Brooker lie J[

/88 LIFE0 vasNew ".'.,.--..- I
2 LIGHT BULBS Year holiday with Mrs. Lyon
/R 1.Y l Super Glue 3' Bonds clearand FID FOUR AVtUMIM BULBS. by C.E."Sue" Davis Crosby in Greensboro. J..:: -
Phone 485-1341
Rolls 1 0 0 permanent in seconds. 1900 MI DOM The proud parents of new borna'i'o
axaaa moss WATT
the area are: Mr. and Mrs. David tt
can hold .up to a ton! 3 ChurchesThe 9
i Kleenex Jumbo Towels 100 two- Manning baby boy David D. Manning ,
grams per tube the Brooker
minister of
save ply towels. 85 sq. ft. Limit 2 ,11 born Dee: 31; Mr. and Mrs. Billy
99 0 Church extends invitation the
22% rolls. an Bell-a baby boy Mark Patrick Bell I'
/ M to and an
l ru. public come enjoy eveningof
born Dec 30; and Mr. and Mrs. Randy
and' music to be
Crest cavi
Toothpaste Fights spiritualsong
Joyner-a baby boy who did not
Life 4
Long Bulbs
up the "FishermanQuartet"
ties and whitens teeth. Mint or presented by -t
wish to be late for Santa so his proud
now on these 60 100
1/4 vxm.ryWocxpir or of Jacksonville and' the
regular 6.4 oz. Reg. 127. father had to deliver him on the way
watt bulbs. Four bulbs
per "Sunshine Trio" of Lake Butlerin the
Limit 2 d _
to Alachua General Hospital ii
package' church on the eve of Saturday, Jan. 9 .
Gainesville. :
1s :
with time 7:30: '
program p.m.
When the Christmas holidays beginto
Watch Night service for the endingof
arrive there are those 01 'us who
the old and beginning of the New
: .
have the urge to hit the slopes lor a bit
Year was observed at the Graham
of sledding or skiing but never seem
Preston Brake Fluid Church last Thursday even-
= to find the time. No so, said the Ket
t I Heavy duty. 12 oz.tOTTOK ing. A covered dish dinner was en-
ly's and Robinson's as they hastily
the members and
./ joyed before by the of the guests packed' bags and headed to the

I i I ....,, !.1.00 '*: which came beginning to an end with program a full Chateaus at Mill Ridge, 'N. C. ''on
w.Q Christmas Day. Those enjoying the
house of participants at midnight.A .
slopes were Mr, & Mrs Joe Robinson
t of the New River Baptist
Dove group and son Vince .and daughter Julie, _
Soap Freshrmoistul' >
v Church ladles wU host tea honoring
'' a
J ;-l. i r ""4', izing formula. ox. bar1.:'Reg. little Phillip Charles Stalnaker at the Mrs. Edna Robinson Mr & Mrs.
Jerome 'and Jenea and
s .66. Limit 4 home of his grandparents, Mr, and daughters
I :: z Roxann, Mrs Doris Kelly, Mr & Mrs.
r Mrs. C. J. Stalnaker Thursday, Jan. -.
Lenox Kellyand son Kyle and
I 14, from 7 to 9 Phillip'was born
t> p.m.
save daughter Meghan Dana Kelly, all of
J a56 Dec. '18 at Shands Hospital in :1
Jt I Brooker, Robbin Williams oi Lanett, ,\
-mjw MJBM i. 23%
8 8 fw imit iii-tat VOT f Gainesville and is the son of Mr. and
Ala. and Mr. & Mrs, Wes Kelly and
I. ?, 20 Prfje Photo Album Spiral Mrs. Tony Ray Stalnaker. son Greg and daughter Becky and
n) Culex Nail Polish Remover phato: album. tx11W Around Town friend Gene Ray all of Madison.
t Lemon or regular Won't '' Req 1 94 Enroute to West Palm Beach
Highlights as the group packed for the
Walter Ratiff, Jr. of San Diego
whiten nails, non-drying. 6 oz. .. return trip home was the sight of Mrs,
*y' for the
1 / California over
bottle. Reg 1.06 NestleNesUj stopped Doris Kelly and Mrs Edna Robinson
holidays with his grandmother Mrs.
SWABS coasting down the slopes on a sled to
Earnest Hunt In Graham.
where the cars were parked due la the
The Rev. Andy Moon and family
icy conditions of the
have returned home after several driveway.
OKiUMnuti ..
Holiday guests of Mr. & Mrs. Sam
UUUI days vacationing in the mountains of .
::o : : ? Lee daringthe holidays were Mr. &
r Virginia and the east coast of North
Mrs. Edwin Howard and children of
1 .i iimooonM. WMB T I S Carolina. Ormond Beach, Mrs. Ruth Turner of
EACMNOUUX IOTM. IWMMS I Mr., and Mrs. Jake Keene met with
.f Lake City Charles F. Rabitt of Louisiana

d1" ,,,(.,.,, : their daughters and their families in Karen Standrich oi

1.50 3_ :!s1.00 Tampa tion.Mr. for a recent holiday celebra- daughter Gainesville Beth Earnie of Jacksonville Cunningham and

j 1. o o and Mrs. Warren Mizelle and and
PKGS. FOR daughters Lucretia and Karen and Mr. & Mrs. Don Hough of Gainesville, j
TG&Y Cotton Swabs Flexible Plen-T-Pak 17 sticks! JuicySpearmint Nestle' Candy Bars Crunch grandson Stewart, enjoyed the New Mr. & Mrs. Robbie Hines preparedand ,
and safe Double-tipped cotton Fruit Big Red, or Milk Chocolate or Choco Year holidays at the Mizelle cabin in served a birthday dinner to Mr.
swabs 180 ct. Doubiemint. Lite 1 oz. each, approx. Salt Springs: Rastus Mann Sunday in the limes
home. Rastus was'joined by his wile
Mr. and Mrs. George Davis returned -
Nona also son Jimmy' who was home
home' Sunday after spending the
for the weekend from Ft,
Stewart Gar
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