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 14, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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t It's getting to where something is must have had 6 or 7 gallons of waterin but now may be leaking on the other
going: to have to be done about badly it. Lawson said, and might have side of the expansion joint, Supt.
<.leaking roofs in local schools. caused injury had it fallen on a stu Casey said. There is also leaking in
After months of reports of leaks at dent. the northeast corner of the building.It .
-.'various schools the pressure has con- "You haven't lived until you've
,.", tined to mount. heard one of those tiles hit the floor," was Parrish who suggested the
two alternatives for the BMS
: I The1,roofs of the entire Bradford Lawson told the room full of school of.
; .. 1" Middle School and of Phase 3. the ficials plus two members of the BHS building. Casey said it sounded as
,. "r" though the high school Phase 3 problem
'ScienceDepartment, of Bradford Advisory Council Mrs. Sharon is similar.
High School must be replaced 'or Williams and Mrs Lucinda Stern, very
repaired without the School to what would be done "I'm of a mind to take the local
delay see
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11 'j;'l--, ..:."I"II Board agreed Monday night Jan. li:'> about the leaks '- route and finish it," said veteran
;;::\ but put off a decision on how that will Board members visited the middle Board Member Rodney Hall, who has
: : .iiiEJ i be done until the regularly scheduled school last Wednesday to survey heard the same arguments in his 16
'f meeting at 7 p.m. this coming Mon water damage there. Lawson said years experience on the board. Hall

..- 'lit. -.t.j. ";, -. day Jan. 18. Meantime, Board there was much apparent damage asked Parrish if he is sure the $15,000
.. .1 .... aa:: Member J.T. Parrish who is a and pointed out the water was being patch job will hold up 4 or 5 years.
.:. builder by profession, will\ get infor- allowed to damage the$230,000 worth Parrish said he wanted to talk to a
;jnation about whether the present flat of petitions the board put in two years man who he didn't identify, before he
roof can be repaired to last 4 or 5 ago to divide the open school into 23 would commit himself, and would
years for an estunated $15,000. self-contained classrooms.At have the information by the Jan. 18
Other choice is to borrow money BMS the board also faces an air- meeting."I .
from a local bank against future state conditioning problem since the 23 like the truss and shingle idea
funding to put on new sloped roofs us- separate classrooms don't all get suf- myself," said Parrish. Casey said a
ing trusses and shingles. A $250,000 ficient heat or cooling. The board has Department of Education officials
. cost for the new roofs was being used been talking about putting in separate whom he phoned doesn't like the rais-
f as a ballpark figure Monday night. heating and cooling for each room ed roof ideal but said the school board
..q Leaks were also reported in the with roof mounted units, a project would be i breaking no rules if it
yY ceilings of the cafetoriums at that needs to be done when a new roofis decides to put the sloped roof on.
f I ". Southside Elementary and BHS. installed, said Board Member Arthur Even if the roofs are patched now,

F .....'...-. Operations Director Lennard Gaskins. the sloped roof using trusses and

.... ,........... .'.Register read the board memos he'd Supt.Tom Casey explained Monday shingles should be a prority item
that the BMS leaks in Parrish said.
t ;presented as long as a year ago.t night are expan-
! 7. eI t The school board is not doing its job sion joints that had to be installed Do it, soon. Hall said voicing the
r.' If it allows such leaking roofs to continue because the felt, tar and loose rock priorities of 1) patching the flashingand
to damage millions of dollars topped roof, which stretched then all putting on new tar over the entire
I; -l :worth of buildings Board Member the way across the huge school, was roofs, and 2)) getting set to put new
;.J.R: (Jim) Lawson pointed out Mon- shrinking and cracking. The sloped roofs on. The second step will
tg$ i1 .ijs.y night. "answer" to that was to install two be done whether or not the patching
I Something has to be done and expansion joints from which the job is done. If the new roof has to be
, 'soon" said Lawson who was in a flashing has been cracking for put on now the board will borrow, or
r meeting with BUS teachers when a several )'ears. It can be done in steps over the next
l '*:",,water soaked ceiling tile crashed to ,A major leak in the southwest corner few years, if the temporary patching
l'i ,tH! floor in an, djacent roomThe: tile of the BMS building wa repaired .job is successful.. Hall pointed out..
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A,'Look Inside the Bradford Jail... nj

l ; Inmate Ray Lee Warren from Alabama top photo; passes time by reading As They Go Bradford's Callaboose Isn 't BadBy
; from a Bible. Warren who has been arraigned in Bradford County for one ,
count of burglary and one count of criminal intent has been in the jail for
more than 60 days. Trial date for Warren has not been set. Tony Burke said. "Some of them just require an all times. Bradford has only two such
Far left: A look at the jail's well-stocked pantry. BCT Staff Writer update and formalization, such as the female personnel. "We've tried to
ifb Near left A prisoner's view down one of the hallways reveals rows of stark -4"! don't intend to ask (the Brad- SOP for medical and the policy and farm out female prisoners to other
barred cells. Bottom: Facilities in one of the holding cells ; a sink toilet and ford County Commission) for some of procedure directives." detention centers, but nobody wants
I shower afford little In the of privacy. the things the Department of Correc- them." he said. "On the average, we
way (Photos by Tony Burke.) tions (DOC) asks. Alter all it's our Reddish pointed out that many of only have a female prisoner two days
tax money being spent down there." the items such as "No key control out of any 30. We might have to hire

That's what Bradford and tool control system, were consis- someone part time to take care of
County tent with the old rules and that all of this" he said.Current .
Dolph Reddish about
says the the state's jails would be inadequatein
expenditures that will be necessary to certain areas. The current DOC arrangements call for one
correct a list of inspection criticisms rules became effective in May, 1981. of the two female officers to live at the
f E: by the DOC in its' annual report. This was the first inspection under the jail when there.is; a female being held

"As jails go especially for one new rules, with the DOC able to con- there.
that's 30 years old we've got a pretty duct inspections at any time, and at
t good Jail," Reddish told the commission- least once a year. Reddish said that some of the items
sion at this Monday's meeting (Jan were vague, such as "inadequate cell
3..) Many of these are housecleaning illumination and inadequate ventila-
items which have already been cor- tion" noting that an adequate stan-
The biggest improvement noted by rected or are in the process of being dard has not been defined. I
the DOC is contained in line item 19: corrected he said
That the facility does not meet fire Two new staffers have been addedat
safety and prevention standards Some items were found to be inapplicable the jail bringing the total to seven
-" such as "juveniles not under full time employees. The average
-' "They want a fire escape leading supervision of correctional officer at number of confines averages 16 per
\ Into an outside holding area. The way all times." Bradford County currently day. The jail holds 21 inmates.
-i : I see it, there's no way around this transfers juvenile detainees to
A without spending at least $15,000," Gainesville. The bottom line is that we have a
Reddish said. secure sanitary well-kept and well
::1 Female prisoners posed another operated jail," he said. "It's just going
"I plan to answer each of these (23) problem for the jail, requiring a to take time to iron out a few bugsin
I items line by line, to the DOC." he female correctional officer on duty at the new rules.

More Peaceful Without One, Ex-Clerk Observes

Will New Marshal Cause J flavoc in Hampton ? 1

Hampton's City Council started Wadsworth was subsequently drop maintenance departments. Sanitationand portunities to apply for grants: one an cent a certified letter concerning lack
off the new year night Recreation Chairman Duwajne urban action grant under HUD and of permits for extensive excavationsnow
resolved to hire a new town marshalin ped.Applicants from five would-be Mitzel said "There's trash piled all another through the State Depart- being made on his property near kJ
spite of ex-City Clerk Gordon marshals were read -Tuesday's over the city." Mayor Evans also Indicated 'ment of Community Affairs, with a the Hampton School.Dr. .
Wadsworth's observation that "thingsare meeting and a special meeting set for displeasure with the way maximum of $18,000. for "humane Innocent recently obtained a
more peaceful around here Jan. 18 to review qualifications-and things were going (or not going) at the services" Mayor Evans told her to $21,000 building permit from the County -
without one.1Wadsworth possibly make an appointment. city s playground-park. Holes had follow up on both possibilities.The Zoning office for a two-car concrete
was referring to the Requirements for the marshal's been dug for the placement of clerk also received approvalon block garage on the property. tl tlSATURDAY.
sixty-day hiatus since former, marshal $184 per week job have been tighten children's play equipment but the her suggestion to require persons Large piles of dirt were left by the
Fred Phillips ended his ed. He must reside in the city; da( units were still sitting there with the on the "cut-otf-list" to bring tneir accounts excavations Chairman Evans said,
sometimes stormy career when he some foot patrol work to become better holes remaining a. safety hazard he current and the pay cut-on fee expressing a desire to have more in-
took off on a week's vacation last acquainted with his 'Hamptonbeat said.. before restoring service. Heretofore formation concerning the project
November and failed to return. ; work five days 'weekly on''a those in arrears have been allowed to since the city had Issued no permits M.J.L!
schedule of hours to suit the needs of Evans reported that the city was the past due month, plus fee. but for excavating. SPAGHETTI DINNER
At the time of Phillips' departure the city; be on call at all times; and In orocess of renewing its eligibilityfrom par necessarily the current month. A,Hampton City Hall
,he had, institutued suit against former "no moonlighting" (holding a second for property at the surplus warehouse Hall said she thought it would be better .. ", 1-r p.m.
Clerk Wadsworth for defamatory job). south of Starke and hoped to acquire to require payment of two months Inside... Adults; $2. Children 12.50 I
remarks allegedly by. Wadsworth elaborating on his a dump truck and mowing machine plus fee, otherwise the delinquent Proceeds go to BC '
;-Wadsworth and was also threatening opinion that .the city, was "more this source., customer would never catch up. Timberwolves CB Club
Tiuit against the city for its refusal to Clerk Jane Hall that Hall Two Sections
peaceful" without a marshal, said the reported Earlier in the meeting Clerk
\ pay hospital costs resulting from an police car was 'on its last legs" and Hampton had been notified of two op- was instructed to write Dr. A.J. Inno- SECTION At MONDAY. Jan II
accident when he'was struck by a'I would .require considerable New... P..1,2.3. BC SCHOOL BOARD
backing truck in Hampton. There was to again.Councilman expense. Editorial....,.....,..page 4A MEETING
get going 7p.m.
'I .some controversy whether or not the Ted 'Curtis replied' Investiture Set Frida r for'Judge Pierce Society......... ... ....Page saCorrespondence. School Board Office
marshal was on duty at time of the accident ."According to the city charter we've ) Pages 7A North TempleAve,
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: and Phillips finally agreed to Sports Pages 1I,12,13,14A
got to( have one (marshal that is.)
compromise by dropping the city suit Mayor Hank Lott asked the council : .. appointed,An Investiture Bradford ceremony for newly I In the upstairs legal complex in thecourthouse. levels..........,..."Pave 13A TUESDAY. Jan.lp_
I In return for a week's vacation which County :Judge .
to authorize the
purchase of.two
George Pierce is set Friday. Jan. 15, STARKE, CITY COUNCIL
had been told the city SECTION B
he previously new tires for the car and also repair' at 4:30 In the Judge Pierce was sworn in Dee 7 :
i did not provide for It was from this p.m. .c courthouse.; Correspondence. MEETING
damage from last summer's accident.:: : and says his duties as county judge Page 5B
I vacation that Phillips never returned.It In addition to its police troubles '. .1 here and his assignments as acting Obits..P.g. ,BClassifieds. .
is assumed by Council Chairman Council Indicated that all was not wedwith The public >Is' .. Ilivitedto the circuit Judge In Gainesville( have been ...,.,,..,..Pag* '..7aarl.f. 7p.m. yL
John Evans that the suit against the trash collection and ceremony to be held In,,Courtroom, No, keeping him busy. ........ ..,. .. ..Pag. 2.3.4B Stark.Ity: Hall
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Pace 2A TELEGRAPH January 14. 1982
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! < v/<>! \ : i3rAs ?. > I Big; Issues Face Williams in New Session ,

j 1 Veteran- Rep. Frank Williams, people] to get down to the 81.000 count reclaim the Santa Fe swamp would :
D.Crystal Lake, Is heading Friday. for a new 1960 district. revert to the county in the bill. ;
Jan. 15, to Tallahassee for what could Dist. 25 is undergoing serious "Regardless of whether they call it .:;
be a long and arduous legislative session scrutiny now Rep. Williams said harvesting or mining, if they take it .
In which his district boundariesmay Wednesday. ,He Is almost certain to they're going to pay for it and reclaim .
.,f' be changed. lose St.Johns County. One proposalnow the land," Rep. Williams states. 7

Reapportionment, of course, Is the is to divide Bradford County, put- '
biggest issue. Financing local govern- ting 12,000 persons in the western<< part Committees: ;
ment with a Kent or H-cent state of the county in with Union, Baker, Current committee assignments for 's
sales tax Increase in an election year Nassau and Duval Counties Or. Rep. Williams are: I
I also looms large. there is the possibility of dividing t
? Critical issue for the local area is a Clay County and putting part of it in Vice-chairman of the House t
severance tax billz peat harvestingor with Duval County.Combined Finance and Taxation Committee. He '
mining bill Rep. Williams is populations of Bradfordand is also on the sub-committee for ..
i preparing and plans to introduce. Clay counties is 87,000, over the general and sales tax legislation. 7
: ,.t"f', Williams said Wednesday he had not 81.000 count by 6,000. So far, all plans
,, : ': talked over the bill with his colleagues have stressed single member Tourism and Economic Develop- 2
;,j' in the Senate Pete Skinner, districts and perfect numbers, meanIng ment. He serves on the subcommittee *
W tf ..: ,,: D-Lake City and George Kirkpatrick.DGainesvile little variation in numbers. for overseeing the Depart- ::
\ both of whom represent 'Of course, your guess is as good as ment of Professional Regulation, and :?
.I" Putnam County.A mine as to how it will eventually turn on the Select Oversight Committeefor
I J local bill to change the status of out," Rep.: Williams states. He likensreapportionment DPR.
rf ,i1I.. ... Bradfqrd County Hospital to a planning to a jigsawpuzzle. ,r
private, non-profit corporation is also "Everybody is cutting piecesbut >Retirement, Personnel, and Col- j
important to this area. There is usually not all the pieces fit." lective Bargaining. He serves on the
= 4y no problem In passing such a local It all depends on what South Florida subcommittee on retirement.
bill as long as the delegation, which does, Rep. Williams says. Williams was vice-chairman of that
.Ii includes Sens: Skinner and Beginning his 11th straight regular committe for four years. z
... Kirkpatrick, agree, Williams says.A 1 legislative session, Williams thinkshe
Y : attention will be devoted to 11 have "wheeling and deal- Service
,,,,I .. lot of enough Answering : f
I t ,Yt prisons and crime prevention. A ing power" to protect local Interests. a
the 60-day legislative session -
't r 1Vhit.1' Williams-filed bill includes correc- Duval County has lost population andis During there will be an electronic "
,r tional officers in the Police Bill of reaching out to grab whoever it
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: Rights. ,
.' office. That phone will be
/t. of raise for state of-
: Some kind
.I.r. pay
..." .' is in the checked daily and Williams Will
ficials employees offing."It
If Peat is Mined calls local voters won't: haveto
return so
<. : ; .M' might not be large, but I can't see
call long distance. The Starke office
k them not geting at least a cost of living It Will be Costly
I \. will be closed during the session
.', v yA' increase, Williams says. Williams' bill for a severance tax on and secretary Jane Leatherwood will

-. .'ts;;. Dist 25 peat would levy a tax of 30 percent of work In Tallhassee with Rep.
L' ;. < ChangeIs the value of the peat mined, and the Williams.

r '. .. > Almost CertainThe Department of Revenue would deter- Williams' wife, Debra. will attend
> ..(4, ... .. _, .,. "; '...,"' mine that value.A the first week of the session, then :
'..'-'... ., .- "" -.1", :.....' .. ',. .. '., '. \.."..... ) ..,.... current District 25 which In- reclamation program is mandated return for special occasions Their ;
.. J to' 4L. cludes Bradford, Clay, and half of
-. .. : .. '. ... .. : in Williams bill. Any monies son, Mark, is In school in Starke and :
St.Johns counties 117
: ,.. percent.
". -" '. grew going into a reclamation trust used to don't want to take him out. )
.. they
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Frigid. Frosty and Wet... ;
temperature into the teens. The water froze l in half an 1.2., 3 IIcdroo Apt.,
Charles Jones turned a sprinkler on this large myrtle hour. At II p.m. Jones beared the bush breaking underweight
bush !Monday afternoon Jan. It, at 920 Euclid Street in of the ice. rr.. .130- to ..275"i i
west Starke and this was the result. The photo was taken about 1 p.m. Tuesday. stayed
Jones turned the sprinkler on about 4 p.m.lollday: all day on serveral trees in the shade all day long Tues- @:: : 15S0 W. Madison
with the mercury falling and cold winds dropping the day.CCCCCOLD. 1
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THE BRADFORD REASON #2: Free brochure

COUNTY TELEGRAPH about the new tax laws.

Published vryThurday If the recent tax law changes have confused
brutal blast of arctic air that engulfed the nation temperatures brought heavy losses to the State's billion- ol 130 W. Call Str..t you
we can help H&R Block is offering a free brochure
for two days this week, took a toll of 102 lives in 24 states dollar citrus industry, still recovering from a similar Stork. Florida 3JO!I on the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 98 1 WellSeondClaupoMog.paidat
but brought only discomfort and broken water pipes to two-day freeze last year. Although the mercury in Brad show how you can benefit from the new tax
Bradford County ford County stayed below freezing for 17 hours between '
changes. .
The mercury hit a low of 16 degrees at Starke and 5:30 p.m. Monday and 10:30: a.m. Tuesday County Agent Stork.Florida .
Camp Blanding Tuesday morning, while Monday's low Bob Taylor described damage to crops and shrubbery H8R
was 18 at Starke and 20 at Blanding. here as "minimal," possibly modified by moisture from 'S..bac'r *.: BLOCK
By strange coincidence, the "Anniversary Freeze" light rains. I.odoaool $"00 p.r y.ar
came exactly one year to date from the record low.of 10- Around 50 calls from water consumers with broken )3.00 p ltnonth ? jrHE: INCP""e.TA PEOPLE ,,' ,?? ,?- 1P, 11M''!
degrees recorded by WPXE weather station on Jan. 13, pipes were reported by local plumbers and the city utility fc ,1'1., re Sons. One smart decision."eta w, fairri
1981 Prior to that the low set Dec. 31 .. .t-! -.- -.' '-0- ,,-,, boa i Jnoil
previous.. was. on depottrr ent Damage was less tpan'las(,I'y'ear'lt.atJtributed .ld.t.ad.' : 11 .OOp.'y.a' ,": ... t Ib : ay- .. flu > _.
1961 with 11 / t A ; J. -' --
l to mb'faefffi3tr6pertvr&whers'learried! iriI981 Srtkfimonfhi 964 N. I 9648286
Sleet fell in the New River fire tower area briefly to take more precautions with the cold. Temple"
between 8 and !9 p.m. Tuesday, and snow flurries were The Florida Forest Service reported six fires,
reported at Hilliard about the same time. A chance of deliberately set, In Bradford County Tuesday, burning a
snow is predicted for the Florida "Panhandle" Thurs- total of 32.4 acres. Trouble spots included Lawtey,
day, with a local four-day forecast for continued cold Crosby Lake, and Heilbronn Springs.
through Friday, warmer Saturday, and a chance of rain A slow drizzle through Tuesday night brought one
Sunday. inch of rain to Highland and New River, and .80 to Santa
The prolonged period of below freezing Fe fire tower area. Starke recorded .69 the same period. e

I Crosby Terminated as Zoning DirectorThe .Y. '

The most versatile seat in the house!,1' Jitr a '
position of city zoning directornow .Voiced no objection to promoting Washington, D.C. attorney Robert A.
will Harold Garmon Gas Jablon from clerk Tucker 00.>,8(.
held by Al Crosby be ter a Dept. who urged
minated effective Jan. 14 the Starke employee, from Mechanic 1 to Mech. the council members to read it ti 1 High, wide and handsome Celeb.rl ':'Counte?Maul Wtsab/

city commission agreed in its Jan. 5 2 with a raise in pay grade but turned "because you are going to have to look great anywhere, on any occasiQpAtrihekjtphetLa\ f \ } "l .'
meeting. the matter over to Utility Supt. Mer vote on this sooner or later." The counter for coffee at the fee rooni bar: for.cockj&ijs'-vMU
Crosby's job was eliminated in the rill Dees to handle administratively.The natural gas contract expires in 1985, Samsonite's most versatile stool ,zs
the.bestpeat; iwiil;
merger of the duties of the city zoning council does not want to have to but Florida Gas Transmissions is in the house. ., a
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office and those of Bradford County. take action on every pay increase, already trying to get the council to I lyganaJ/
and Dees authority to handle to a ''".''* S1A1 81'
County Zoning Director L.M. Gaines gave agree new contract. padded. washableVlrlyl
has taken over issuiance of city many such in the recently adopted swivel seathandsomedecorgtpr'
building. permits. personnel plan. Was told by Commissioner Jimmy "
Motion to terminate Crosby Jan. 14 Crosby, liason with Spiegel& McDiar- colors \\T itt* % %
was made by Comm'.isioner; Bobby Asked Clerk Neil Tucker to "see mid on the negotiations for parallel + Samsonite"FURNITURE ri
Milner, seconded by Commissioner where we are on our wood burning tie with Florida Power& Light, that o versatile 24-30" height ', ",,' na'CJ! J
Charles Schaefer, and passed project." Mayor Vernon Silcox said it he cancelled a study of the existing adjustment .. '< 1J1.M< .

unanimously. would be good if somebody could find diesel plant and power supply study strong, all-steef fir ride! .'JSf ,
Crosby began work with the city in that out. "If we could just find by electrical engineers R.W. Beck & stance base'., \:
May 1979 when the commission first somebody who knows where they Associates of Orlando, but did approve 16r. 1lJ
established a separate position of zoning are," Silcox said. one !study a project engineer i Qo t tough, scratch-resistant
director after adoping a land use Was told by Commissioner report. Crosby said he is trying to get __ hearthstone baked
plan and zoning code. Schaefer that the grant on the senior Beck & Assoc. to do just the work \ enamel finish .
A money saving move is the reason citizens complex will be made in mid necessary and to hold down expenses A ,
the city and county zoning offices January, but Schaefer said he doesn't with the city. -- I A

were combined. know who will get the money- the city, Gave Commissioner Bobby Milner p Now Only
the county, or the Bradford-Union authority to work out a new permit \
In other action, the council: Guidance Clinic, or a combination of ting form on zoning matters with .
the city and the county, county zoning director L.M. Gaines, $7995
Agreed to let Mrs. Carmel Received reading material on the who wants to combine all forms into .
Williams pay off the city's sewer Im- city's natural gas contract from one, as the county does.
pact fee at $25 per month. Mrs.
Williams had her septic tank cleaned
out.then it fell in,and she opted for city -

her sewer home.which is running in front of 8 Bradford Delegates i Attend ConferenceThe Samsonite'FURNITURE

Was told by Commissioner Charles' by Judy Becker increase in state revenues Is
Schaefer that the plaque mounted on Eight delegates from the Bradford down from 15 to 7 percent so after
a stone next to the city flagpole is in Education Association participated in reapportionment, money Issues will
place in honor of the late city clerk the second annual consume much of the legislature's I Unfold a roomful of fun! '
Merrill Edwards. Legislative/Political Action Con- time. .' ;

ference sponsored Jan. 8-9 in Daytona In discussing the tax factor, it was In just minutes, with these Celebrity"*Series '
Agreed to consult with attorney Beach by the Florida Education pointed out that states can only derive ',
folding tables
Leonard Ireland of Gainesville on the Association/United. income from three and chairs you can unfold a whole new
sources: state income .r
suit by Stokes and Co. of Jacksonvilleto Delegates participated in seminars tax, property tax, and excise room. Classic Samsonite' design stands up to '
build apartments on Bessent Road.A which looked at targeting races and plenty of use and abuse. Perfect fordozensof things

circuit judge bas'twice denied issues, the 1982 Florida legislative tax.Florida does not levy a state Income 'you like to do they're an exceptional value you can i
Ireland's motion on behalf of the cityto session, the tax factor, and the media tax and none is expected as long as unfold with your fingertips.
dismiss the suit which was filed connection. the tourist Industry remains
solid. o padded 30 x 30" washable
after the commissioners refused to, "Everything that happens in educa- That leaves two categories to financeall comfortable vinyl tabletop ;
approve to l issue a building permit or tion Involves a political decision" of the state's needs.If pillow cushion chairs
approve a site plan FEA/United President Pat Tornillo the sales tax is increased from o easy open/close slide leg locks
Ireland wrote a letter to the city. told the o strong all-steel framework
educators in opening the con- to 5 cents on the dollar this year on the
after the second denial of his motion ference. condition that property tax-be rolled o chip-resistant baked enamel finish
to dismiss, but asked the council "Politics is the heartbeat of the na- back some 70 percent and capped, popular decorator colors'
members to not release the letter to tion," Tornlllo said. there would be no way of raising

the press. To this declaration Sen. Edgar money for the state for the next 7 or 8 5 set $ 95
Commlssisoners indicated Tuesday Dunn added, "And citizen involvement years, according to Tornillo, who pc. Only 11 9
night they need to see where the city Is the pacemaker of that heart- termed such action devasting. to all
stands before putting any more beat." areas funded by the state
money Into the suit. Ireland's fee for The statements set the tone of the "If education loses ground In the
representing the city to date was$883 work sessions. legislature this year every parent can
and was approved by the councilTuesday The 1982 legislative session promises expect the repercussions to be felt by DENMARK
nignU to be the toughest session there his children.'' said BEA President FURNITURE
has been in 10 years. Major issues Julie Miller.
Was told by Commissioner coming up this year include reapportionment Participating in the conferencewere '434 w. Call St.
Schaefer that work on the Reno sewer rewriting the Insurancecode Julie Miller. Hilda Dey Jeanne Starke Fl.
project is underway and progressing the budget,adding a fifth cent to Loper Carolyn Canova, Wanda 964-5826 Established 1923 964.5827
with no complaints from the the sales tax. and sunsetting of the Smith Diane Westcott. George
engineers. teacher tenure law. Bowen, and Judy Becker.


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]Diesel School Buses Cost More, But Fuel Savings Will Buy- ThemIt

It will pay off in the long run to The board was considering the The' school system currently has, Register agreed,but pointed out there Register that two new service classrooms which never got above 30
spend 915,000 extra to buy three It ap- two 89-passenger diesel buses which are not new 65-passenger buses to vehicles will be needed next year.The degrees Monday.
er buses with diesel motors possibilityondayy night the deccbut to get approximately 9 miles per gallon compare the diesels with. currents vehicles are worn out,
5-p $79,000 rather than with gas switch to diesels had been made at the (mpg), compared to, 4-5 mpg for a In a memo given to Supt. Casey and Register said. Was told the exhaust hood for the
motors as originally ordered for state level and to change back wouldbe 6S gas bus. the board March 19, 1981 there were 9 new kitchen at BMS will cost $15,268
$64,000. the Bradford School Board too much of a problem.No lard members said the 65 buses 10-years-old or older two of and should be installed in six weeks.
decided Monday night Jan. 11, In a diesel mechanics are employedby passenger diesel buses should get which were on regular routes, and 8 Sent its best wishes to Dr. Charles Supt. Casey estimated a March openIng -
work. session the school system,said Operations even better mileage. Savings on fuel buses nine-years-old or older of which Hall, BHS assistant principal who has of the new kitchen when Hall requested -
Supt.Tom Casey said he had to go to Director Lennard Register, pointingout would purchase a diesel bus over the 7 were on a regular daily route, said resigned to take a Job In Alachua a time frame. So far, $37,000
great lengths to change the order to the mechanics need training and 10-year period the system keeps a bus Register,repeating his earlier report. County. has been spent on the new kitchen,
diesels, and that the Department of equipment. Board member Arthur on the road running them some Register is working up more figures S45 000 was budgeted.
Education's Transportation Depart- Gasklns said chief mechanic Edwin 100,000 miles, they pointed out. for the board for Monday night since Was told the school heating system Casey said sinks can be installed
ment said the buses are ordered and Vickery is "well capable" of learning Bodies of 10-year-old buses are that memo is almost a year old.In simply won't do the Job In the 20 immediately, tile work completed,
the necessary computer orders how to maintain a diesel engine. worn out, so what good would a diesel j degree cold in a night like Sunday or and the kitchen painted. Casey has
changed. It would be difficult, but not Register agreed, saying Vickery had engine do if it does run 250,000 miles, the school other action at Jan. 11 workshop, Monday. Heating systems in the been ramroding the project with local
impossible, to change back to gas taken care of diesel equipment who asked Lawson. Register said the board: school were left on all night Monday workmen being hired, plus help from
engines,Casey said. he was city mechanic but adding board currently has two 10yearoldbuses Was told by Supt.Casey that a new night, said Supt. Casey. Principals of school construction workers. Work
Casey said the DOE will provide the Vickery doesn't feel comfortable witha on regular routes that are in policy on expulsion of special educa- various schools reported has been slow but the expenses are
district with$58,000 in transportation diesel engine now. The board pretty good shape. tion students will be presented to the temperatures in classrooms got up to being held down.
funds but the BC school system will agreed training would be Hall asked Register to keep board at the Jan. 18 meeting.Was 40 degrees by noon Monday.: SE Pnrv When the new kitchen opens it will
have to come up with the additional The vo-tech center has a course maintenance records to compare the cipal Charles Francis said studentswere mean the end of satelliting food from
$21,000. diesel mechanics, however. 65-passenger diesel and gas buses. told by operations director evacuated from two portable the vo-tech center.

I Severance Mining Bill Prepared in Aftermath of Meeting with GeorgiaPacificAs I

ta Fe as harvesting rather terested citizens, who the corporation fuel its paper mill, and that the min- swamp would adversely affect me entire '0'':
an aftermath of a meeting with subject to state severance taxes, Swamp environment of this area. :
Georgia-Pacific officials here last whether the process is termed miningor than mining. spokesmen asked to "keep an openmind" ing of peat resources in the swamp Hopping said, "We expect to com =
would make it
the Santa Fe "energyselfsufficient"
Rep. Frank Williams said harvesting. When questioned Thursday as to on de-peating plete our data on shape, feasibility
I Wednesday ,Swamp "until all facts are in. The with no dependence on
he has Williams action was apparently factors within
prepared a bill for his nomenclature, environmental at- in mining plan, and other
TV foreign oil. now being spent
same ,showing a tapeon
introduction at the 1982 legislative inspired by GF's referral to its proposed presentation the next two or three months,"
torney Wade Hopping said the terminology peat in Finland, was also Saudi Arabia could then be used by
San- mining
session the extraction of operation in the 5,213-acre the of
making peat was immaterial, but that he made Jan. 6 to the Starke Rotary Clubby the corporation on other expansion However, lengthy process
and GF personnel would continue to John Miller,GF public Information projects in the U.S., Miller said.It obtaining permits from 16 or more
use "harvesting," the word he said director for its Southern Division. was stated that approximately state, federal, and local agencies is
3 Throw Hats in RingTo was used in Finland to describe. peat On both occasions Miller.said the 100 new jobs would be created by the expected to require more than two

extraction. giant GF corporation is the world's peat operation locally years.E.L.. Matthews of Starke said
I The point was raised by Bradford largest producer of paper and wood James Gill, Jr., one of the many of the proposed have opponents -
County Zoning Director L.M. Gaines, products with 1980 earnings of $5.16 concerned members of the Santa Fe "We
Be City Attorney for StarkeThree who inquired whether a"harvesting" billion. In Northeast Florida alone, Lake Dwellers Association,counteredthat simply nothing want against no development"per se of any
operation would be sub- Miller said, the corporation employs the swamp serves as a valuable kind in the and have
in timber and filter which keeps the lake water. swamp
had close ties with the ject to Florida s severance tax. The people paper since 1975 before to
attorneys, two local and one they city,were operations at Palatke, Hawthorne, clean, as well as contributing to the ing
and here Tallahassee attorney replied, "Thathasn't the state to purchase it under the en-
a former Bradford High graduatewho property owners taxpayers Chiefland, and Cross City, and owns underground water supply in areas "
now practices out-f-town, put and had a deep interest in city been determined. 500,000 acres of pine forests. bordering the Santa Fe and Suwannee dangered wetlands program.
their hats in the ring for the Job of at- business. Brown said he greatly en- was the Miller also out that GF Is Rivers. He said the swamp should con-
Thursday's meeting second -
torney for the City of Starke as the Ci- Joyed working with city governmentand held by Georgia-Pacific with currently buying $21 million worth of Gill said "common sense" told tinue to serve in the important role for
added that he and his wife which it intended by nature.
Commission interviewed are was
ty ap- local officials, legislators, and In- oil from the Middle East every year to him that mining peat deposits in the
plicants Tuesday night, Jan. 12. considering moving back to Starke,
No decision was made Tuesday on "which is still my home." ,...
who will fill the post vacated when, Welty also serves as attorney for x .x.uL. -..

long-time city lawyer George Pierce the town of Lawtey, the Bradford ..
resigned to take over duties as Brad- :
School Board, and the Bradford Coun-
ford County Judge. ty Hospital board, while Wolbert is
The applicants were attorneys presently attorney for the town of
Jesse Wolbert and Richard Welty of Brooker.All .
Bradford, and Terry Brown, who
graduated from BHS and now works three attorneys said
out of Tampa for one of Florida's understood that some work for small
largest law firms. All three supplied government has to be off the clock, to
resumes to the council and fielded answer questions by phone and the
questions that included "why do you like, and that the twice-a-month -
want to be the Starke city attorney?" meeting schedule can often double --
Both Wolbert and Welty answered during busy times. ---

Starke Recf Department Plans

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win is organizing a Spring Youth auditorium. There will be no cost to 43 Contribution 51,500 Age: 36 Annual Contribution: ,SL500.
Festival an event she describes as a" the performers. "The kids who perform Age: Annual,Contribution-S2JDOO Age: 35 Annual :
need sort ; Retirement Value: 230510. JJeturement Value,1$472.820.. Retirement Value-.S4l7.862 am )
recital-type chance to perform :in':: Just to be upderlsotoe< > .
front of an audience for Bradford of formal instruction and be from the ':
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youngsters who are; being Instructed community.
In things like music and acrobatics. Cheryl, who stressed that the
Festival Is not a talent show, said in- : :
structors should contact her at the : :
"The main purpose Is to expose people
: _: to the types of things that are beIng Old Armory (964-6792)! to have their
: taught in the county and to give classes included in the Festival. Any ti
;the kids a chance to perform," Miss sort of talent is welcomedballet, : I
Godwin said of the Festival, which acrobatics, piano singing, gymnastics _
she said has been scheduled for Satur- baton, karate, guitar, etc. ,
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I "r/ Final Pecan Sale Set Today j 4 i 4 ,

{c.-'_; ,A final,clean- p pecan sale Is set at pecans at the market prior to noon for 1. \
-I p.m. today (Thursday, Jan. 14) at the weigh-in. The sale begins at 1 p.m. ,
>..:the Starke State Farmer's Market on
US-301I1orth. *->' : 19,000 pounds of pecans were sold at .. .
f".Some 58,000 pounds of pecans have the first sale, 12,000 at the second, ...
been sold at the market In the fourS 15,000 at the third, and 12,000 at the ; .
previous sales. Growers Indicated at last sale Dec. 17. The quality of pecan
;J-the-',Dec. 17 sale, the last l>before and the price were down to around 35 1LJAge
,Christmas they would have somenutsfor cents per pound at the Dec. 17 sale, y I :
a final sale according to Allen noted,and few individuals turn- '. .
Market Manager Bob Allen.Growers ed out to buy, leaving that crop to the : 55 Annual Contribution: 32.000 Ages: Annual Contribution: 33.000 Age: 25 Annual Contribution: ,000. ?,
j, are asked to,have ..their wholesalers. Retirement Value: 341,130. combined Retirement Value: 32.512.081 Retirement Value: 2133699. ", "

I \2Arrested: for Damaging Fencer : .

'Robert Lynn Smith of Starke and Smith and McNeil, both 19 were IS o NOW. S2,133G99 j.
(Patrick McNeil of Lake Butler were charged with criminal mischief? They :
!arrested after their automobiles caused allegedly "spun donuts" on the .5 :
: about $700 damage to a fence in grounds of Union County High School
.Lake Butler,, Jan. 9. and Lake Butler Elementary School.

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:I' Pag Starke's' 'Battle of the Shorts' Was Lost in: 1940;; Bradford and Suwannee are Allies '

! In Battle to Protect the Rivers

J I h Coldest January on Record Took Heavy Toll of Cattle (Editorial from the Suwannee Democrat


: Mayor said (somewhat think one of the most'embarrass- '"Protection of the Suwannee River will take the commitment of every local
: You've come a long baby- So the Mayor, realizing that
way finally, Com
exaggerated, of course) disgraceful things Is' to see a Resource Management
since 1940 that is. retreat is better than absolute defeat Chairman Scariboro gathered .
for the final committee
far as I, individually lady on main street with shorts mittee Jerry told those !
the short-lived ban ort shorts
: That the repealed neltkld I" If worn in'the it's all last December.
was year when the wear- they can g be
and announced could worn on
M ing of shorts on Call Street by those they but I feel sorry for those who Scarborough was referring primarily to counties which border the river.He
without fear of arrest
sweet young things fronv Kingsley Call Street Other Call Street comments : them downtown because I think will be exhorting them to embrace and enforce his committees: model.
Lake was a hot issue in Starke. been'' neglected. in their rear- floodplain ordinance later this year. : j;
Aunt Vida Morgan: "If ?' But Scarborough and the Suwannee will take fans wherever they can find
A couple of years previously in Cull Street Poll haven't got any better sense, let them. Sometimes they pop up in very unlikely places. BradfordCounty for,!*-
answer to complaints (certainly not do it. I don't intend to come And so ended the ill-fated Battle of. stance. '"" '
from the men folks) about membersof Favored New Style mine!". Shorts. May it rest in peace. Bradford County lies northeast of Alachua County anji cannot affect in any

the fair sex coming to town"In next D. P. (Powell) Carpenter: Coldest Winter way the quality of Suwannee River water,or so Georgia-Pacific would like,the
.to nothing at all," Mayor W. E. Mid- didn't have offset knees I'd Bradford County Commission to believe. '
dleton and Chief of Police Lonzi myself. You'll find we're very But if shorts were popular in July Georgia-Pacific deftly bought the 5.J16: acre Santa Fe Swamp in April..If
Alvarez launched a futile attempt to Reported The Telegraph: "This minded in this drug'store." "long-handles" were just as they can swing it, Georgia-Pacific wants to start "harvesting" peat from'the
ban abbreviated hot weather attire in summer as usual, Kingsley Lake will in January of that year, swamp to fuel their Palatka paper mill furnance. "
1 the business district. be crowded, and three-fourths of the C. H. Nasworthy: "Just 1 was declared Bradford Coun- On the other side of the Santa Fe Swamp in Alachua County is Little Lake
fair sex'will blossom out in shorts. 'em TOO short." coldest month' in history. 'The Santa Fe, Lake Santa Fe the Santa Fe River and finally down the line, the
But the effort all in '
I It apparently was
to below
32 or 16
Some will be too short to suit the most ubiquitous Suwannee. : *
vain. Summer residents of I. H. Blasingame: "I don't
Kingsley, 'and the low River Water
mean reading the Suwannee
conservative taste; but most will be The Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Association
and even some city dwellers con- whether'they wear anything the month was 33.7 degrees. 'The District and now the Bradford County Commission doesn't
attractive and comfortable outfits. Management
tinued the shorter the cuter.
to let the breeze play around Anybody reading came' on January is worthless. *
believe the
their'knees,. and Chief Alvarez had anti-shorts 70 is all right." the to bitter swamp have the state '
As for enforcement mercury dropped a The water management district is still attempting to puf-
more Important things to do than try Chief Alvarez said "Whatever the The only dissenting voice was chase the swamp if Georgia-Pacific ever wants to sell-through the Conservation >
and stop them all. Mayor says goes" And what the ed by Mable G. Lewis who Well over 100 cattle in the county and Recreation, Lands (CARL) program. Members of the lake dwellers
association contend the swamp serves as a huge sponge filtering out water
to the cold and the scarcr-
Impurities and regulating flow in response to rainfall-flow of the Santa Fe
of feed, causing them to "get
and the now of the Suwannee. ;
River finally, .
wn" and not have strength enough
ebiTORiALSOr A 1964 U.S. Geological Survey report states that the swamp is a primary
The result
their feet
get on again.
for all of Northeast Florida. f
recharge area
I starvation unless the owner has into united front.. rAt
The opposition to Georgia-Pacific's plan grown a
them soon enough. another bend in the river this one near the Osceola National forest in Columbia -

t -Or- Large numbers of pigs were and Baker counties other allies of the Suwannee are massing for what
due to their habit of huddl- will be the turning point in the river's future.
up in freezing weather, smother- The U.S. Department of the Interior is considering whether to issue mining
those on the bottom of the pile. leases to four phosphate companies that hold preference rights to 52,000 of the

ing or Harvesting? There Is a Difference turpentine producers ex forest's The U.S.157,000 House acres.of Representatives has already passed a bill prohibiting

a considerable loss due to mining in the forest, but the Senate has not acted on a similar bill proposed by
breakage caused by frozen gum Senator Lawtey Chiles.
Attorney General Jim Smith, in a letter to Secretary of the Interior Watt,
No matter how you sliceit and the site itself thus properly for possible adoption, hot air heating system in the said he will go to court to save the state's natural resources. Smith intimatedthat
it's still mining. Peat min called peat mine.' He special attention courthouse proved inadequate and state regulations could be made so severe as to make mining economically -
.. adds that "This is in fact the to be officials' went about their unfeasible
ing, that is. : given sure it in muf-
wrapped topcoats'and Of all the streams in the Osceola drain into the Suwannee.The .
under which has course
.ar In an information- category peat 'harvesting" minerals Ernest Byrd, veteran cour- Suwannee needs friends at every mile marker; lest it sink to the fate of
been referred to over the as mining them. janitor, reported "toting in
some other abused state rivers. The fight will never end. .
exchange questionandanswer years by the Bureau of ""until' his back was "almost It will take the commitment of those along the river as well as those far
I period with county of- Geology and its Most of the beyond its banks.

ficials and interested citizens predecessors." Swamp is now trains ran four and five hours County governments which touch the river every day as well as state and
bvMl! here last Thursday, Georgia- "agricultural." If peat and arrived in Starke covered national leaders which have been touched by the Suwannee share equally the
Pacific officials consistently Without attributing such tion is utlimately snow and ice. One large lump of responsibility for its continued sparkling flow.

referred to their proposed motives to Georgia-Pacific in declared to be lay near the SAL, tracks from Suwannee Democrat

Wl peat operation in Santa Fe the choice of words used to no further county to. Tuesday without Live Oak, Florida

Swamp as "harvesting"rather refer to its extraction of peat would be necessary to .

than "mining." from the Santa Fe Swamp? at on this operation in Harry Houston skidded his car on
the same time it is possiblethat swamp. However if it is near the school house. and broke water pipes. Repairmen' worked all W Coleman whose collective ages
I certain benefits could axel on the curb. day Sunday and the city pumped would top 400 years, compared notes
While this might appear to to be a mining twtce the usual 'amount of water to in front of the postoffice and all
be a harmless exercise in derive to any company from DNR already in the city's fire siren got so take care of leakage. agreed that it had been the longest,
r semantics and in having its extraction process then the Bradford that only faint murmur came hardest meanest; cold spell ever felt
classified rather 'when Chief Lonzt Alvarez tried Telephone lines snapped under the in Bradford County.
as harvesting Land Use Plan
described by one GP attorneyas give the 12 noon blast. weight of icicles at the Highland
"inconsequential," there than mining.For amended to reflect the forest fire tower lookout. But-even this cold didn't kill the
10'I are several as an area subject to than 200 calls for help came to tough strawberry plants: They were
I reasons why instance in
mining and the would plumbers and the city water Albert Bronke Charles Crutchfield reported looking "mighty red"' but
Georgia-Pacific might preferto Florida is now subject to a operator from homes with broken James Hornsby John Uglow and W. there was no permanent harm.
to obtain use"
be considered a "special
as"harvesting" severance tax by the
w. ; payable I
mit from the
peat, rather mine operator when asked if county.

ca 4han. ,"mining'.iL. ,. ... r.tr'.M. -'". .. calling mining "harvesting"would 'Altogether, if ) udding4ctress, Got. EarlvStart: at":TheatreHere I

dE 19 .. .' .M;i'tr': -"i ''"' f74.' '' exempt 1t from this tax, there'wUld' some.. ; I :jrn,, IlIJ' *<.q (Uhll i o-"..-,w 'N mfiiniWoJ'! jllnoubs{. JiJI-.1 i 19 "; l'.4..Th 'Qmhu, 4 IABS..Lithe GP attorney said, "That. benefits'' to the.opera top .j ,i-i-, .i w'i1 -niu 1'u... an DLI*?)W ar ..1... >J.i.: ,, LIUh.1- 2 1M
"harvesting"" as "the gather- has not been determined." having peat extraction Harris, now known by her Buxley Hair," and in "Moviola" she
bE ing of a crop" and is 'name Karyn Harrison,' was was one of the young hopefuls trying
crop Also Santa Fe Swamp in Starke in the and will be
undetermined is 196QS AN out for the role of Scarlett O'Hara.
re : defined as "the cultivated produce a "harvesting" rather by friends here as the [
sn i of the ground while grow- whether or not being classifiedas "mining operation. But,W091"I daughter of Virginia and the Beyond that Karyn has had some
dc ing or when harvested." a "harvesting" operation other Ira Harris who lived here when other near-good fortune. She was the
as a rose by
th any
would exclude peat extraction Harris was manager of the runner-up for' the role of Private
SLC from the provisions of mining smells as sweet, so Theatre Glass in last year's TV trial run of a
The words are not any other name is still proposed series. "Prlva ,, ,Ben
ordinances that be in ef-
might the death of Mr. Harris, from
synonymous. There is no way jamin'and was chosen for a>lead
that peat which is consideredto fect in Bradford and other That is what the Virginia and her two children role as Frankie in the tehyjsion.lJiJqt
counties where extrac- back to Georgia her former "Frankie ,
peat Bradford and Alachua and Bonnie VBu) Jjieshow
be coal" that has
"young '
tion be Brad- ties state. It was there that Karyn ,. didn't gojsheajsa:
might sought. as well as those )Yi.
up \
been 10.000 in the
: some years up graduated with honors from 1 "Numerous things happenjtlCcylgt
ford is ,
County now having a down the Santa Fe and "
University of and laun "
making, could be considered a Georgia; you know. ", v i brt9BlKaryfr'seems
crop to be "gathered." mining ordinance prepared nee Rivers should what appears to be, at this point, <
Tfc movie and stage career. ] to"have' doubt

nowmien A recent DNR (Depart- a recent Atlanta Journal profile about what" ,sh /'s dqingjfl Hollywood,
ment of Natural Resources) Spot Zoning NonZoningIn was described as "a determin- and her prospective career. "This all
city young Atlantan who has been mak- started when I was ver j little," she
has this about the
mee report say progress in Hollywood ever since recalls. "My father ran atnovie house
Cr matter: "Recent workers in graduated from the University. of wr i;;",; in Starke, Fla., and before the show
menoffic) the development of technology Three members of the other words, five years ago." ? _C : -" came on he used to put me up on the
associated with Commissionwho ;, stage to do a little :and dance."
peat extrac- Bradford County isting zoning of a small to the 'Journal AttanUn Kwyn Harrison ippeered recently! song
has Com tion have tended to use the voted last week to over- of land should not be left for Los Angeles soon story after ki'A Few Devaln W...!CrMk' Starkrand KarynV (mother returning, after fjj Valdosta leaving,

built term "harvesting" as a rule the County Zoning to suit the needs or because she "just: felt Ga., was.;married in 1908 to Ulmer
M substitute for "mining." This Board's recommendation for nience of one individual to Hollywood." She had to plugging away and waiting for that Crosby.who was head of the Social

was terminology was developed to "spot zoning" a piece of property requested rezoning is not her name because there'was big break in the sky." Securlt system for' tHe State of

Miln try to dodge the environmental on Highway 100 are to be patible with the a Karen Harris registered" And things are finally picking up Georgia;The Crosbys reside, In
Cha the Screen Actors Guild. She Karyn says. During the past year Atlanta. -
regulations and protections congratulated for upholdingthe
unarCr the neighborhood. The already appeared as a 17-year-old while working at other jobs, she appeared nj"W
encumbent on a present day principles of good zoning. under consideration last mother in "A Few Days' in as a waitress in the Walt

Mayestal mining operation. "Spot-zoning" is con- was clearly of this nature 1 Creek" and says she is -still Disney production "The Ghost of Letters -.
would have
ing C to whether peatis sidered a nonoin good permitted 0>:
considered define of a mobile home for
planthe a mineral for practice and has been *,
tial Clay Commissioner
AI purposes of a state royalty or by the Florida Supreme Courtas purposes in an
County Agents Voices Concern .
zoned "intensive
already By
economic benefit, Henry the zoning of a part of a About Peat
were Dean, general counsel for district so as to violate its in- mercial. BobbyTaylor MiningDear

DNR has written: "A mineralis tegrity, and planting therein a notebook

InA defined as any valuable, in- growth which could well Such spot zoning ., Editors:

ert or lifeless substance on or spread and destroy the have set a precedent for f w I read your Jan. 7 editorial con-
Willipact in its character such exceptions to the cerning the
deposited present posi- of the neighborhood proposed peat mining of
Will tion through natural agencies ." which would soon shoot The weather has been the topic of vive if they are healthy and have good" the Santa Fe Swamp with much in-
the last nutrition, or enough food. It seems terest.
alone and which is found county's zoning few days.
outl I: The court has ruled that in low that animals turn feed and fat Into
full holes temperatures havebeen
ty se: either in or on the soil of the of making them In heat when needed. Neighboring Clay Countians are
order for zoning action to many areas, and the
earth in the rocks beneaththe any tually worthless. also greatly concerned about the
or below freezing have been This is important for area
be constitutional under the
hedw IW: soil. (Black's law dic- livestock producers (and pet owners) questions which your editorial ralsed-
due process clause of the The mandate of to remember. Make sure your mainly the effects on our water
Schaj tionary, 4th edition, page Fourteenth Amendment, such Many of our plants (and animals) animals are getting enough energy recharge area, the fine dust par-
Supreme Court is clear
a sto 1146). action must be carried out in : take the low temperatures for a feed when we have bad weather condi- ticulates and the peat-fire smog,
no special exception period of time because only the tions. which drifted over our county from as
MerlA j In regard to mining, Dean furtherance of some plan thatis variance may be granted is below freezing: and the soil and Speaking of livestock our Cat- far away as Volusla just last year.I .
t says: "Regardless of the terminology "general and comprehensive would result in the remain above freezing. tleman and Swine Associations are
\ Be it harvesting, ex- in nature. Any question becoming ,after several hours of below busy making plans and preparationsfor can assure you that the Clay
Leon the top few inches of soU and County communities and cities
suit cavation, extraction, or some piecemeal action contrary tothe zoned." The sooner our themselves actually freeze. the 4-H and FFA SHows and Salesat around Kingsley Lake Middleburg.
this Fair,
tobu other supposed synonym, the comprehensive plan of an boards, both county and When water In plant tissue There year's have been fifty-four steers, Penney Farms Keystone Heights.
A cl removal of peat from the area is therefore" invalid as recognize this precept, : and expands it ruptures fifteen breeding cattle, and seventy- Green Cove Springs and Orange Park

Irelato earth is a mining operation. "spot-zoning. better. cells and the plant, or a part of eight entered this year. This will be are now following the Telegraph'scoverage
dl plant may die. the largest show ever if aU the of this Issue as closely as I
after This does not occur with all plants :animals make the minimum grade for am.

apprappn our evergreen and cold hardy show.The Keep up the good work and thank
The Florida BRADFORD COlJ are dormant, or can survive Cattleman's Association will you for addressing "Some Questions
Ireafier freezing action. Strawberries for meet at 7:30 p.m. tonight (Thursday That Need to be Raised."
are In a growing condition Jan. 14) at the Agriculture Center In
to. d iitil have water in/ the plant tissue.Ap Starke. Officers In the Association for Sincerely,
memthep @ graplJ the cells can take the expan 1M3 is Jimmy Brown, President Wayne J. Spivey
of the freezing water inside the Wilbur Andrews, Vice Presidents andRay Clay County
Coi. with no damage to the tissue.' Norman Secretary-Treasurer. Commissioner
nightstant All this Is to say that some plants Bradford County Directors are Bob Green Cove
PRESS to the area will survive the and W.D. Springs
mont BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER whereas tropical or sub Carter. Unity Directors are

and Publishers plants will not.This Is Impor Neil Varnes Albert Saunders and
to remember when you are selec WIlford Croft. '
TU Published each Thursday and entered Second Clot Matter at the Post OffIC.at Starfce. Flo. und., Act cl March 3. 1879 fruit trees or ornamentals for Membership in the Association is

Subscription rate In trade area: $9.00 Per Year: $5.00 Slit Months landscape.:. open to anyone interested in the Cattle
W Phon 9&4-A30S Outside trade area: $10.00 Per Year; ".SO Six Months Sta,....Florida Nature has also enabled many of Business Call any officer or director -
Scha our animals to adapt to and withstand .if you are Interested or, visit us The
prole .' freezing,temperature Most will sur- tonight U.S. Silver depository
wltV is st West Point. New York.


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':Jo Kimberly Buhler and Jeffery Baker
Struth and Gary Gullic 0

I i Repeat Vows Dec.20 in Methodist ChurchMiss The Social Side Wed Dec. 12 in First Baptist- Church

Kimberly Ann Buhler and JefferyLee and white ribbon streamers with
.I. Nancy Lee Struth Merrill her father, wore a full length ivory Of The Baker were united in marriage small white wedding bells over all the
of Mrs Louella T. Struth and chiffon gown with Victorian neckline Gladys Mooty Saturday, Dec. 12, at 4 p.m. in the windows.
I Struth of Starke and Gary Alan Gullic with the bodice accented with yoke of First Baptist Church with Rev. Ben The bride's table was covered
of Gainesville, son of Mr. and Mrs. shiffile lace. The long full sleeves terminated Society'Editor, Bryant performing the nuptials. with a white lace cloth and centered
Frank Rollins of Aracadia were with wide cuffs etched with The bride is the daughter of Mr. with a three tiered wedding cake
united in marriage Sunday,Dec.20,at matching shifflie lace. The full A-line 964-7608 News and Mrs. Richard Buhler and the decorated with red roses. Lois Justlc
3:30: p.m. in the First United skirt had a border of accordian pleats,i ,, groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.Jeff cut the cake and Ann Stroud assisted.
Methodist Church with Rev. Warren around a semi-chapel train. She car o Or Baker, all of Hampton.At Flanking the cake were baskets of
Langer performing the nuptials. ried a hand embroidered lace handkerchief ,I, the altar were three flowers.
and a nosegay of silk ivory r candelabras forming a semicircle in The punch table was covered witha
i gladiolus, roses, dried baby's breath front of which the couple stood to take white linen cloth and centered with a
with ivory streamers tied with lovers i their vows. On each side were mat- large, punch flowing fountain. The
knots. In her hair she wore a garlandof ching baskets of white gladiolus table held finger sandwiches,cheeses,
silk ivory gladiolus, roses ,and mums and pink carnations against a pickles and olives.Following .
baby's breath with ivory streamers.A background of palms and greenery. a wedding trip to
reception was held in the Starke Pink bows marked the pews on the Disney World the couple is residing in
Woman's Club. Mrs. George Roberts, Hampton.
Sr., aunt of the bride, kept the bride's aisles.Mrs.. Aita Mae Mattox. pianist Mrs. Charlaft Darby directed the
book at a table covered with eyelet presented a program of nuptial wedding.The .
lace cloth and held a single silver music, bride attends Sante Fe Com
candlestick decorated with silk holly.In "Dink" Baker attended his munity College toward a nursing
the lounge the mantel was brother as best man. Ushers were degree. The groom works for General
banked with arrangements of Craig Buhler, brother of the bride, Electric in Alachua.
magnolia leaves and green plants and Jeff Wainwright and Kevin Meng.
magnolia and greens were placed at Miss Karen Buhler attended her
vantage points In the hall. sister as maid of honor. Bridal atten-
The bride's table was covered dants were Tammy Powell, Lynnette Mrs. Inez KellyTo
w'A with an imported lace tablecloth and Hamilton and Kim Kimberly. They Celebrate80th
centered with a three tiered cake and were attired alike in floor lengin
flanked by silver three branch princess style gowns with shaped BirthdayMrs.
candelabras with ivory tapers and neckline and bishop sleeves made of Inez Kelly will be honored at
decorated with silk holly. Cutting the i burgandy satin and lace and mat- a reception Sunday Jan. 17, from 2:30:
cake were Mrs. O.L. Haynes,Jr. Mrs. ching burgundy lace bodice. They to 4:30: p.m. at the Graham Baptist
Jim Ritch and Mrs. George Miller. .1" a. wore burgundy and pink silk flowersin Church recreation hall given by her
The coffee and tables ,
punch were their hair and carried burgundy, daughter, Mrs. Alton Dobbs and
covered with an imported lace cloths pink and mint green silk roses with Granddaughter, Mrs.James Starling
and centered with arrrangements of mint green streamers.
celebrating her 80th birthday.
holly, baby's breath and red silk car- Given in marriage by her father All friends and relatives are invited
nations. Presiding at the coffee and the bride wore a formal princess style
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gulllc r y to attend.
punch tables were Mrs. Rod Struth, : gown with a detachable chapel length
In the choir loft was a 12 foot Mrs. Houston McClane, Mrs. BObby 1/it train of white satin. The gown
Christmas tree decorated with Case, Ms. Kathy Struth Mrs. Joseph 1 1 11' featured a empire bodice snapea
miniature lights, Christom ornamentsand Valinski and Mrs. H.H. Adams. Miss neckline and fitted sleeves of mat-
purple satin bows. Banked red Anne Haynes cut the groom's cake. ) ching lace. The bodice and train were Mary Humphries
poinsettias was the background fortwo Assisting in serving and caringfor s. / '':",', J of lace over satin. A lace cap secured celebrates birthdayMrs.
large baskets of white gladiolus, the guests were Mrs. George .. her fingertip sheer veil edged with
carnations and pompoms on either Roberts, Sr., Mrs. Charles Darby and ,,I ra:,;t':' lace which matched the lace on the Lester Humphries was
side of the altar. Flanking each basket Mrs. Scott Baker. (', l: bottom of her gown and the edge of honored at a buffet supper and birthday
was a brass tree candelabra holding Following a wedding trip to St. 1. ,I.f"- her train. She carried a cascade bou- party Sunday evening at her
ivory tapers. In the center of the altar Simon's Island the couple is residingin c"i '': 1{' quet of silk burgundy and mint green home, attended by a group of friends.
was a brass arch candelabra holding Gainesville. 4' 't": :" siJf.( roses and baby orchids with white Mrs. Henry Stefanelli was in
ivory tapers. On either side of the The bride is a staff assistant in the f 1>;;.,rr .,.::'w" .\ : S : lace streamers. charge of arrangements and assisted ..
lighted wooden cross and on the office of admissions at the Uiversityof .I' -'t ;;...I-" t All the bridesmaids gowns and in serving.
pillars on either side of the sanctuarywere Florida. She has a BA degree in An- : the bridal gowns were made by the
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thropology. The groom has a master !
wreaths of Christmas greens : bride's great aunt, Mrs. Anna
and red velvet ribbons. Draped on the degree in Political Science and is currently Johnson of Hampton.A .
altar rail was a garland of importedsilk pursuing a PhD In political w. reception was held in the Card ThanksWe
ivy. science and African Studies at UF. church Fellowship Hall. The bride's

Joey Herres pianist, presented : book table was at the entrance and wot-id like to thank everyone
several nuptial classics. i- held a large bouquet of pink and white for their kindness and considerationin
George Cardwell of Tampa serv- Hospital AuxiliaryTo -- flowers. our time of need.
ed best Ushers Rod The hall decorated with white
as man. were Meet Jan. 18 was
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery BakerCharlotte
Struth of Plant City, brother of the i wedding bells from the light fixtures Vernon & Erma Underhill
bride, and Bobby Case of Lake City, Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary -
brother-in-law of the bride. will meet Monday night, Jan. Hoffman
Miss Katherine Peek of 18, at 6:30 p.m. at the Western Steer Victor FreesRemqrrled
Tallahassee attended as maid of Steak House.
Jan. 9
honor. She wore a full length emerald
green gown with moire taffeta skirt Green The children of Mrs. Charlotte
with a Victorian blouse of ivory crepe Marty Hoffman and Victor Frees proudly announce -
and lace. She carried a nosegay of William WallaceTo the remarriage of their .
cream silk gladiolus, Victorian roses, Wed Jan. 17 parents'on' Saturday morning, Jan. 9
baby's breath and red silk sweetheart in the First United Methodist Church
roses'with ivory satin streamers. her Mrs. Martha Wells Dorko of with Rev. Warren Langer officiating.The .
headpiece was garlands of ivory Lawtey is announcing the engage- wedding was an informal
gladiolus and Victorian, roses ac-. ment and approaching marriage Q/,..ceremony oi asdilidren, ,
',.gented with red ;satin', loops .with her daughter, Marty Bales Green bfrJacksonvilleto Don Fides Cathy Whitehead and e
streamers of ivory in the back. William W. Wallace. Vicki Powell and their families and a e. IU
Miss Martha Struth sister of the The wedding will take place Sun- few friends present. (7 ) r
bride, was bridal attendant and was day,Jan. 17, at 2 p.m. in Grace United
attired identically to the honor atten- Methodist Church in Lawtey with a Laura Crawford of
reception following in tha Starke !
dant.Little Misses Erin and Jennifer Woman's Club. Celebrates Third

Case, niecs of the bride, of Lake City, No Invitations' are being issued Birthday LI
served as junior bridesmaids. They but all friends and relatives are in-
wore full length red and green plaid vited attend. Little Miss Laura Jeannine I
skirts of moire taffeta with emerald Crawford celebrated her third birth-

green moire taffeta cumberbunds and Did You Know........... day Sunday afternoon when her
Victorian blouse of ivory crepe and sister, Paula McKinney gave her a
.'lace1.:' They carried miniature party for her at their home on Route
99hosegayssimilar to the attendantsand Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen have Two.The
their headdress was silk ivory had as visitors Mrs. V.V. Hazen and birthday cake was decorated '
'gl diolus''and red sweetheart roses at- Miss Debra Furlong of Gainesville on with red roses. c cc.
tached with combs. Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. O.G. The eight children played games

JduobThei I,bride 5' given. WrtaSe\ \ by Strayhorn of Wildwood on Sunday. during many the nice party gifts.hours. Laura received .....,

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etA TELEGRAPH January 14.IM2

t p Ray Hart to sing r, /

. at Pine Level t"y N
Baptist this ;Y,; t
J Sunday ,, .
BIRTHS -' Men's Day at First Baptist Church
Nationally known soloist Ray .

Hart from Murfreesboro Term., will Last Sunday was Baptist Men's Day at First Bap-
be singing in both services at the Pine
list Church In Starke
Level Baptist Church this Sunday The occasion was highlighted with men from the
Jan. 17. church participating the Sunday services./The men's
Ray was born in Klnston. N.C., Twin Girls morning services and the
in both Sunday
i and began singing at the of five. Samatha Dee Green choir sang
age for both services was done by laymen from
; He had a desire to sing, his way Tabitha Denise Green preaching

': through life. This desire carried him the To'cap'off the day there was a men's baking con.
from the church choir Ur the Grand ti rr' Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Green of in which the men of the church baked and entered
Ole Opry on the Gospel Quartet singIng + Brooker announce the birth of twin and other confectionaires. The winnerof
cakes, cookies
and eventually to the Metropolitan girls Tabitha Denise and Samatha contest was Ben Hightower who baked a
\ I Opera in a search for his place in Dee born Jan. 7 at Shands Hospital. pineapple-cherry the baking dump cake. Joe Sapp received ant
music: I' Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
; honorable mention with a very tasty coconut cake.
Though being saved, he was not a Fred Hagins of Starke and Mr. and
,dedicated Christian and was more Mrs. Clyde Green of Brooker. I 1
concerned about his will than Coda r
will. His drive to be a great musician

NewhYork the Metropolitan Opera in L .
City.While with the Opera, Hart Did You Know.........:. Joe Sapp Ben Illghtower -,', .
he traveled and studied music in five Ray I
foreign countries under the greatest
of teachers of the day. Ray found success Out of town guests at the Buhler- Sounds III Jan. 31/
in music, but an empy longing Did You Know........... Baker wedding on Dec. 12 were !Mr _. _. Mark Calendar for
cuased him to search for While and ]Mrs. John Ayers of
peace. Ellenton The First Baptist Church of Lake
musical will be by the
working with NBC he auditioned and Mrs. Pearl Wade of Cordele. Ga. maternal grandparents. Mrs. Ken Butler will present "Sounds of His Children's presented Adult The program will be presented by
was offered the lead in "Brigadoon"a !is visiting her son-in-law and neth Clarke of Madison Wis. paternal Coming III" Sunday evening First Baptist Choir. the First Baptist Children's Choir,
Ensemble and Ambassadors.There
great Broadway musical. What daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Herres grandmother Mrs. Jean Brownell of January 31 beginning at 7:30 p.m. Youth Ensemble and Adult Ensemble.
should have been the crown of success for two weeks. Oak Creek Wis., aunt of the bride, The program will consist of music and those will good be soloists"Old, duets Fashioned", trijos Melvin Owen: is the pastor.Tomatoes .

seemed empty. Ray pondered Kenneth Clarke of Miami, Jimmie by Bill Gaither Andrea Crouch Some of those old fashioned
of peace and to Miss Jean Mundy left Wednesday and Dana Townsend of Fernandina Lanny Wolfe, Dottie Rambo andother quartets. from will
whom he realized his talent belonged for Cerritos Cal. after a months visit Beach, Lois Justie of Weisbauden, well-known composers. The Sweet Chariot con." D'
slat of Low ,
and made a complete surrender to* with her mother Mrs. W.B. Mundy. Germany Mrs. G.M. Laws of "Swing "
God's will. This surrender led him Miss Mundy spent the weekend in Statesville, N.C., Mr. and Mrs: Ken THiOt4'ICH "Jesus is Coming Soon "Joshua"and
away from show business and into Tallahassee visiting Dr. Francis Cannon neth Stroud of Clearwater Ms. Joyce many others. ..:'...';:
full-time work for the Lord. and Mrs. Betty Brewer who had a Parks and children and Mrs. Francis + First Baptist extends a cordial in .... .'
Ray has sung In most major tea for Miss Mundy Sunday afternoon. Bragg of Orlando Dominie Ronconi of SHOP I vitation for you to attend this ex
Christian colleges as wen as in Lakeland Jack Oaks and children now cr tiN. citing musical. The musical is under can
churches and Bible conferences Friends of Mrs. G.J. McGriff Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Gilmore and ...,.VUf .. the direction of Rodney Brooks, more easily if they are
t across America. His recorded musicis Mrs. H,L. Speer and Mrs. Lex Green children of Panama City and Mr. and Minister of Music and Youth at First first placed in boiling wa
used widely on Christian broad will regret to hear of the death of their Mrs. Don O'Brien of Bradenton. + Baptist. Melvin Owen is the pastor. ter for a minute then
casting networks. brother J.Fred Harris who died Mon plunged into cold water.EAGl' .
Pastor Alvarez and the membersof day morning in Alachua General
Pine Level Baptist Church extendan Hospital alter a lingering illness I
invitation to all to hear Ray Hart =
this Sunday. Mrs. Jackie Samons underwent c:=
surgery last Thursday in Baptist '' [I I i"n''

Memorial Hospital.Mr. "

Holly Hatcher !: I ......_ ::;
and Gerald Griffis -
Celebrates 7th Mrs. E. iaaiiHiq ."! ,:"
returned to their home in Portland ya rtF
BirthdayHolly Ore. Friday after two weeks visit with FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES ;
his parents Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. PIECE SET 4S-OZ. PINK LIQUIDETERGENT

seventh birthday Hatcher Sunday celebrated afternoon her at Griifis at Camp Blanding. Mr. and 20GALLONTRASH PKQ.OP 10 $1 QOURMETWOODEN $1 OF4CLEANING OKPKG. ;p 1

a party at McDonalds given by her Mrs. Dan C. Griffis and family of BAGS UTENSILS PADS
Winter the
mother Mrs. Gloria Hatcher. nark joined family duringthe
holidays. They visited Disney '
The Ronald McDonald theme was
carried out the party decorations in World and points of interest. in Florida ? '
while here. :!
shades of red and yellow. Place mats } .
r were at each setting for the five little
Mrs. Lucian Johns of Jacksonville ,
friends. and the visited Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, c:1
Three were played
games Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Carter Jr. last _
winners received Ronald McDonald Friday. ( Q .::[ :=, ._...:;..-:;:::
cookies. Hamburgers. French fries, .I -: 'J:? "
cake and ice cream were served.
Each guest was given a card for a Tommy Reddish who had been CERAMIC 4 PIECE S SQUARE YARDSCHEESECLOTH 10 INCH
working in Panama City has returned BOWLS RUBBER $1 WOODENSALAD
free order of French fries.

Delta Mrs. Pam Johns underwent
XI Iota _
surgery Monday in Alachua General ? r.=i -
Holds Meeting Hospital.Mrs.. '
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XI Iota Delta sorority had a program
on"My Half of the Apple"at the Bettie Mizelle visited her t ., ,
regular meeting Tuesday Jan. 5 at daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. _
the home of Diane Hodge. Roger Householder and children in

The next meeting will be held BUshnell and also her parents Mr.I I .... ..
Tuesday,Jan 19 at the home of Ronda and Mrs. Raiford ,Epperson In .the 1 7 QUART VANITY 17 OUNCE' : 1 h 9 COMPARTMENT .

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Did You Know........... Mrs. Thomas Box has returned .r+ .,.
after two months visit with her son-in- w. r..
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Woods of Live law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J.L. /
Oak and Mr. and Mrs. John Woods of McKee in Memphis, Tenn. and son ;; '" : 1
Lakeland were Sunday guests of Mr. and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. 'J
and Mrs. Nealy McConnell Jr. Michael Box in Chattanooga Tenn. :

Telegraph sports editor Buddy Burge Searing and family of 1 l
Collings is on crutches after receiving Atlanta were visiting his mother, Mrs. SET OP aEXPANDAPEN8 D :
a sprained ligament In his right foot E.B. Searing over the weekend.Pat M PIECE INCH FL : POCKET 84 INCH ,
while playing basketball. last Friday ATTACH TO ARTIST DELUXET$1" OR XIBU$1 ADDRESS BOOK $
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Wainwright Retires From Georgia S&L Assn. Tornado Talkby


Bill Wainwright of Mrs T.L.
grandsons to fish.Walnwrighthas. James is of
superintendent Lawtey
Wainwright, Lawtey, retired Dec. 31
Vickie Carver
aq chairman of the board of Georgia six brothers. One, Correctional Institution. The others
federal Savings and Loan Louie Lee is director of the Florida are Bill, Ed, Jack, and Dan I f A'I

Association in Atlanta.Wainwright Department of Corrections. Another, Wainwright. -I' y.'rl- -. d..

Joined Atlanta Thought for tile weed other talented vocalists from all over
Federal Savings and Loan (later by School Report Cards Social Security One week without prayer.. the state made up a dynamic state-
name change became Georgia Education Makes one weak. chorus.
Federal Savings and Loan) in
Campus Capers
November 1945 immediately after If any Bradford Middle School Benefits Cut SeniorsWednesday
returning !from World War II. At that eighth grade parent has any questions BHS U.. glad to welcome back Rick
High School seniors who are eligible Jan. 27, seniors may
[ime, the Association had$18 million in about the results of their student'sStale for Braswell who was seriously Injured
tI for a Social Security benefit check place an order a cap and gown for in a motorcycle accident earlier this
assets with one office in downtown Assessment Test scores please because their parents are dead, graduation. The company will be at
school and has
Atlanta. Now, with a mergr in the M1 feel free to call the office to set up an disabled or retired must seek early the High School from 8:30-11:30: : a.m. year.times. It is great undergonesurgery to have
their Math or .
process of approval, the Associationwill appointment with admission to college to avoid a May 1 .Seniors will be measured for a gown him back around the
have more than$2 billion in assets Language Arts teachers. wipeout of their Social Security and cap. Cost for both will be $8.50. WELCOME BACK RICKII!!
and Some time in February, the eighth
more than 70 offices throughout Benefit. Each extra lassie is $2.50. Checks
Georgia. grade Parent Association will meet to Last August Congress cut student should be made payable to Jack Did know that rumor has it
annual eighth you
for the
During his career, Wainwright begin organizing benefits as part of President Reagan's Williams Company.The .
that BHS will be Chinese
hiring a new
We will be
served in civic and professional r grade Disney trip. announ-
many spending cuts. The new law specifiesthat
coach His nl'me is
organizations. Two times he was cing as soon as a date is set. :
of Christian
only students who were eligibleas FCA (Fellowship
the week of Jan. 4 is Alice
elected to the Atlanta School Board in Artist of
of August 1981 and attending college Athletes) wishes to get back on its
citywide elections, and he served as .Williams. Williams did a still life of a by May 1. 1982 will continue to regualr schedule for meetings, star- to Monlque
in and her work is being Happy Birthday :
president of the board two He plant pastels
years. receive benefits until 1985. ting Wednesday Jan. 20, at 8 a.m. in and Harriet
in the office for the week. Chandler Penny Riggs
served National PResident of the displayed
as According to Dr.Bernard McFad- the library. Please try to attend, so Davis. If there is anyone I have missed
'f Institute of Financial Education in den, local coordinator for Santa Fe that FCA can reorganize for the new "
: "Happy Birthday,
1955, as President of Georgia Savings United Pentecostal Church Community College,eligible Bradford year.

Vt and* Loan League in 1959. 204 W. Waters -964-7420 High seniors can still sign up for the In January the student body will
, V i ry During World War II, he served Bill Pallor: Rev. O.L. Walls Winter semester just starting and JROTC be ratifying the Constitution. If you
( ',;nas a Field Artillery Officer in the WainwrightRetires have the college credits count also for During the holidays, some of the were absent during the scheduled

,f European Theater and was awarded in GeorgiaThe a.m. Tuesday high school credits as part of the Ear- former JROTC cadets stopped by to registering week, or if you have need
five stars for batle participation and a Ladies Prayer Meeting ly Admissions Program. hello. of these BHS
say Many past to amend and request the
bronze star for meritorious service. Wainwrights will continue 7:30 p.m. WednesdayBible Under this program, students can JROTC members are now in the serv- must In touch
register,you get
:Wainwright in living in Marietta, GA, in the Atlanta
grew up Lawtey Study begin college early and still graduate ing our Country in some branch of a student council member for details.
. graduated from Bradford High in area. Bill looks forward to the 7:30 p.m. Friday from high school in June with their service. They were:
1931, University of Florida in 1937 and opportunity of teaching his four Yourh S..Ic. graduating class.McFadden SP-4 Mike Dahnke, PFC Johnny

the Atlanta Law School in 1947. T:30 p.m. Saturday emphasized that this Boswell,PFC Don Portia,PVT Janine Church of God
He is married to the former Ann Men's Prayer Meeting is the last opportunity to save these Gaddes, AIC Jes Adams, PFC Revival Jan. 17-24
Bethel of Bemidji, MN and they have 1 (1) 1 10:00 a.m. Sunday benefits because the Spring Semester Charline Cambell, and PFC Ted
.r a daughter, Rebecca Amos, living in Sunday School begins after the May 1 cutoff. He Greenly. The Lawtey Church of God will

Atlanta, and son, Bill,Jr., living in St. The average 100 watt light 7:30 p.m. SundayEvangelistic recommended that students contacthis Cadet CPT Bobby King says on conduct a special revival beginning
V Simons Islard, GA each of the bulb uses one kilowatt hour Service office or Bradford High School behalf of the JROTC at BHS, 'Good Sunday,Jan. 17 at 6 p.m.through Jan.

children has two sons. for every ten hours it's on. Act 2: 38-39 Counselors as soon as possible. luck in the future." 24 at 7:30: p.m.Evangelists. .
Larrey Collins and

r The FFA will be getting ready for Dan Cobb will challenge you each

" Dairy, Livestock, and Poultry judg- night with their messages.
t oe ing. They are looking for judges,and There will be plenty of singing, so
!- EAGLE are working on qualifying the make plans to come and help this
animals. revival be the best Lawtey has ever
:: gg experienced.

The Junior Class is planning a

"' FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES Sweetheart Dance on Feb. 13. Watch Lunch Men ues
for details!
652/$ 4 mcaor* PKO.OF 1.
PKO.OP SELF-ADHESIVE $1 MAGNETIC $1 On Jan. 18, the student body will Bradford Middle School
FLEXIBLE STRAWS D ANIMAL HOOKS MEMO HOLDERS be voting to ratify the Constitution. If V-Tech SChool

xr you haven't received a copy of the All Elementary Schools
on@ :: Constitution' but have registered to

SID _up vote, you may contact Mr. Harris in ,. January... .ID-January 21 .
A' Monll. J. SI: Pig In. he-blankebaked bean
j 1602 in touch with student
; room or get a cabbage slay. fruit cup milk.
.M council member for details. .
Tuesday. Jan. : Pius, French fries banana
! Jello. cookie, milk.
C ;1 The Student Council has been Wednesday.Jan. t,: Fried chicken, rice A gravy,
green. bean, purple plums hot rolls, milk
Q t Oooh ... busy at the BHS gymnasium. Chuck Thursday. Jan.SI t Sausage cheese grill,mustard
1..13...... Williams and Jeff Lawson painted a greens,applesauce,cornbread, milk.
ASSORTED huge Tornado on the wall and will be Friday.Jan. SS Teacher Planning Day.
TRIVETASSORTMENT HEAT-RESISTANT! $1 1 HANDLES HOOK SET WALLPLAQUES front lobby. The tornado adds so January IB-January 21
much to the gym. Thank you Chuck Regular
and Jeff, for designing and painting cdorn Monday pineapple Jan. II cake: PIz., mIlk.... French fries. buttered

it. Just another one of the great accomplishments Tuesday Jan. SpaghetU w/meat..uce.cheese
of the student council. .11*,garden.salad peach crisp hot rolls, milkWednnday. .
Jan M. BeeI"ecetabl. sup cheese
toast. cabbage flaw,crackers, key lime pie, milk.
Congratulations to Wendell Thursday J... SI: Chicken ft rice, cheese slid,
1 Tor.ilinson, Beth Francis, Bobby milliard greens,fruit cup cookie, milk biscuits\ .
Epps, Rennie Lennon, John David Friday J... SS Teacher Planning Day.

Francis, and Regina Canova, as they A-La-Carte
S were chosen to represent BHS at the Mondsy. Jan. Is: Hamburgers, pizza French
2/ fries milkshakes.TutMlay.
TRAVEL FEATHER A HOLDER! SIT | Florida Vocal Association All-State J...'ttt Cheeseburgers. plus French
SEWING KIT WITH 1" COLOR 1 PINT PLASTIC ...BATH AND, $1 Clinic. It Is held each year at Daytona fries,milkshakes. ,
ejg.C I4i ASSORTED j MEASURING CUP SHOWS CADDYEagl Beach. These students attended Jan. Wednesday J.... 2f: Plcza, Hamburgers, French

-.., ."', 7-;!. While there, they;. along with Thursday fries milkshake, Jan. SI: Milkshakes, plus French
R fries, cheeseburgers.
Friday Jan SS: Teacher Planning Day.
I : E CommunityNews
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JUMBO 2/$1 CARDS 2/$1 "C"or"D"CELL! $1 TREATMENT! $1 FACIAL 2/$1 Phone 964-6683
BALERS FINAL COST OR POKER WERE M4 (2 PK.) WERE.2J.tflt WA5t.N WERE 2/.J.6r meeting: By Phone 468-ltlS -.

aw3H The monthly meeting of Bradford
County Branch NAACP will meet Senior Citizens

Monday, Jan. 18, in the annex at The Hampton Senior Citizens

t :: Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church.All Club will meet on Friday, Jan. IS,at 2
I s interested citizens and membersare p.m. in the City Hall. All interested in
1 MWSSUCDE invited to attend. The member- a lively social time are invited to attend -
AND CORDUROY $9 ship drive is in progress.
w Martin Luther King, Jr. Honorary Visitors
r r savings to 52% WIiTIRNHATBWERE 7ie Program: Mr. and Mrs. Steven Earnest of

There will be a program in honorof Jacksonville visited his parents Mr.

1 t 1 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Friday, and Mrs. Wallace Collins on Friday.
"4 -- .. Jan. 15, at 7:30 p.m. sponsored by the
"" .:t. Concerned Citizens of Bradford Coun- Birthdays
Charles Casner celebrated his

J "...... '. ... ". \ .... Save 1.M) / // saw ty Pisgah, Inc.A.M.E.The program Church,will South be Starke.at Mt. 13th Alice birdthday Faye on Waters Jan. 8.was honored

: ',;' ". WESTERN The speaker will be Mr.Jimmie Scott, with a party at her home on Jan. 9 in
l..we ....
.''r." :'JA1t ..) 1' .Poly/cotton hint' with two stitched-ton. $ MEN'S! DRESS 3 P R.$ ,Lawtey. The public is invited to at celebration of her birthday.
c:: 2
:::: 8
> tend.
.. yokes flap pockets, Brenda Bawek celebrated her"
c::::::=-... '. METAL! $ DMritrad snap. dosur**, 8TReTCHNYLONOLD Church Activities:
..... "" 15th birthday Jan. 11.
ENGLISH't 2/$3 CANNON BATH TOWELS $3 SHOE RACK 2 taper m. i 8-XU WERE--** WERE:t/2.N' New Bethel Baptist Church: Tracy Bradley and Shawn
District No. 2 will meet Thursday,
IN SOLIDS Shepherd were 11 years Id Jan. 13.
p.Q4JtSot\OZ. WERE 2/1 WERe.s.n: PAIRS SHOES Jan. 21. All members are asked to be New

/ sass 29s R present as well friends. Dinner will David Dean and Baby Lisa Lee Mann-

t38'I c'I be served at 7 p.m. for $1. Deacon ing of Graham proudly announce the

Julius Royal. Lead Deacon. birth of their son, David Dean Mann-
.. $8 Pleasant Grove United Methodist ing II. He was born December 31 at
4 I a.w 1 Chruch: Wed., 7 p.m. Prayer Alachua General Hospital In
1... 4.ve14% nlhM ; II Meeting. Thursday Bible Study. Sun- Gainesville, weighing 11 pounds and

LINEN ASS,.10 INCH l WERE.J.O8S"- day p.m.School Members 10 a.m.are Lovefeast asked to cooperatewith Sunday 2 measuring 24 inches.
NYLON Paternal Ken-
$6 $6 .SPLIT BAMBOO $2 III the grandparents are
DUFFLE activity.
DUTFLI WASTEBASKETS I neth and Charlene Manning of
BAG WAS..US I MEN'S MIOW ALE Antioch Baptist Church: Thurs Graham. ;;
I I 11I II CORDUROY..1UN1 day. 7 P.m. Bible Class. Saturday, 2 Maternal grandparents are the

+ I 1' 11L Rugged, cotton/poly corduroy 4 p.m. funeral services for Mrs late Marvin and Geraldine Lee of
r ; ; st' cui pockets lege. c'abNessatnget nkDoalr Beatrice Scurry will conducted Jacksonville. I;..
WA83.KJ : I % -J knsanw.s with Reverend Dennis Strong of Maternal great grandmother la

s !III! I I I5e24 ficiating. Sunday School 10 a.m. 7:30.:::? Beatrice LaMonda of Hampton Lake. "1J
The Southland Gospel will .
Lake ;
lrl Hampton
% ? Ip iIIt i'I present a program. The public is In- Holiday Visitors I'
I P 5T 1 ,
LONG HANDLED FUJ1110- $ II ) vited.Mt. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meng and ,
7 PIECE! DUSTPAN or $2 IJ i 1 P II Moriah United Methodist Amanda spent Christmas with her I
er 135-24
OPEN ENDWRENCH $2 WSOUEEOC1WWOOO COLOR FILM ___ ) Church: The Spring Musical Tea will parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie SUnson.
5- C CI&7h
SET Feb.
presented 21, at 4 p.m. You of Ponte Verda. Later they visited

are Invited. Lori's grandmother Mrs. Clarice
j O Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S.: The .SUnson of Mrs. Stinson
Largo. accompanied
., p Vings monthly meeting of Dell Chapter 168
them on a tour of Busch r
l will be held Thursday, Jan. 14 in the Gardens and returned home with

II .3,. E1tra j.17 Masonic Hall on Brownlee St. All them for several weeks visit.
members asked
are to attend.
Joe Meng who spent the
Greater Allen A.M.E.

L $ 2'I' t s Church: All members Chapel are to Christmas Mr. and Mrs.Holidays Paul Meng with his and parents family,,
GALLON D PIECE PUU8$2 1a PAGE Aggpeo remember and cooperate with the
1 returned to CHattanooga on Saturday
EAGLE DROLL SIT SET PHOTO ALBUM M pyMaa Spring Rally that will terminateFebrUary .
SELF STICK PAOES! WASLA4T :. where he is a student at TennesseeTemple I
wJ1aS of 4*ASSORTED ,, g.i' !
.3 21, 1963. It will be a Red Letter -; CoIl.,... .
Day. Sunday School 10 a.m. Gerald Meng left for Sacramento 1

.' t? J 1 gw6w .s7 observe Lovefeast Mt.-"Homecoming Puugh service A.M.E.11 a.m.bay Starke.," on sunday will Brenda California and. on Katie Monday Cissy with following Jimmy.a ;I i

.77 three weeks visit at home. .
Jan. 17 at 11 and
YJ at
a.m. 3:30 Joe Meng NewClarrkkcelebbrrited celebrated.his land birthday ,
ue p.m.The on
church: Is located off of 301

.LSS.EAGLE $8 tt SHEET .. $ :==WITH $3 Mt + South on SUllmill Rd. An Invitation Is birthday Connie on Jan. 2. another

CHLOWNCTABLETS PHOTO AL8UIIrAL HAHDLa extended Robinson to Pastor.the public. Rev. C.Calvin MUcfai aVteng celebrated his 20th "
birthday Jan. *.
Chris.. If old
was yean Jan.
The name for the anniversary last
t Starke Keystone Heights 0.....,..... aa.wra week should have been Chrispher 12. '
Judy Spell celebrated her birth :
..ras.w tb ilsht w ass........ Chambers Instead of Chandler. We
.312 W.Madison St. Hwy.21 100 day on Jan. 12.Bill .
Cr.WII'Y sorry for the mistake.

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Than Local Power in FutureStarke's

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,r,l" Music Men Hag think we could produce fine ballgames at state and nationals.We .
M MR champions of the local league were just glad to make the trip to
6rosj District for the last 2 years national championship nationals and thought we did pretty
in the U.S. National Flag team right here..." well under the circumstances. It's no
Tournament in Daytona Ross Chandler excuse but we hadn't picked up a foot
weekend before last but ball in a couple of weeks (after state).
there and at state earlier Coach, Music Men the rain kept us off !the field."
pressive enough to have flag Chandler agreed with Loman that a
people both here and tough. If they(Music Men) can sponsor could play a key part in
the Starke ballclub a a good sponsor, that's so impor building a power. "It's hard to get
A powerhouse of the future. they're gonna really be tough players to kick in money out of their
I t'I Music Men was in a year or two." Loman said own pocket and then take time off
,. Houston, Texas, team said his club hopes to land from work to play. Hopefully we can
opener at the 32-team sponsor add a few ballPlayersl find someone willing to invest a few
tourney an event that hopefully fulfill dollars to help produce an excellent
1rrN from Texas, Arkansas sees for them. "I think we're ballclub. I think we could produce a
Ohio, Oklahoma Iowa to do a lot of good things" the national championship ba lit earn right
'i'iLady Kentucky. Missouri "They're"I Men coach said."We had some here."
Tennessee, in addition to
Ir w from Florida. "We had a
score In the last minute but Tickets are Required
Tornadoes Take 5.... get it in," said Coach Ross
Its slt-dqwn time as BUS girls coach Gayle Lee In the Keystone game. In the consolation Bradford HS Grid Banquet
?(center) Instructs the Lady Tornadoes during a timeout Men met a Louisiana

a 13-0 lead slip away in a All Sports Club reminds all parents and BHS sports fans that advance
throwing interceptions in are required if you want to attend the Tornado Football Banquet set
half. night Jan. 28, at the Starke Golf& Country Club.
Lady Tornadoes Whip Clay KeystonePicking Still even going 0-2 for the banquet which will feature Florida State University football
which was 1.2 in the state Bobby Bowden as guest speaker are now available at Sears Sawyer-
last month apparently Gas, and Brett & Jerry's here in town. Cost Is$5. No tickets will be sold

on a pair of Clay County the ball to help save the victory. Bradford. 7 7 S 17 39f onlookers. Tourney Jan. 23, 1982, as the All Sports Club needs to have a court of how many
Lowell Loman of the host
CloRiII" 4 t 13 31S will be on hand.
earns that have been hard to beat Keystone's Walrath led all scorers
I before this year the Lady Tornadoesof with 19 points, 9 from the line while "ooto I 41 *lBr in champion Daytona players and cheerleaders will be honored at the banquet, and a fried
[ BUS won their first 2 basketball Jackson had 14. Hankerson 9. .dJor* I IS 5 II 38 a phone conversation supper served.

['games of the new year to up their

JW[season-mark The Bradford to 6-3.girls started hot and AMERICAS FAMILY DRUGSTORE You're
to Hke
I held oft old nemesis Keystone Heights going
135-31 last Thursday at home and then
1 broke up a close ballgame with a
strong fourth quarter to whip
\longtime rival Clay High 39-31 in our Pharmacy

,, Green. Cove Springs Monday.
Keystone fell to 6-4 with the loss while

Clay slid to 56. y Eckerd Pharmacists are highly-trained professionals,who are going to make sure _
*'r- Coach Gayle Lee's BHS bunch will you are completely satisfied They take continuing education courses to maintain, a
try to keep its win streak alive against an up-to-date knowledge of developments in drugs They always try to save you
3 straight District 5-AAA foes. money by offering Senior Citizen discounts and generic drugs whenever possible
". Buchholz which graduated: its stars / / They will also save you time by constantly checking stocks to keep the drugs you
-f,from last year's District champ team need on hand'
; comes to Starke for a 7 p.m. game
i tonight Thursday Jan. 10. BHS goesto
( Alachua Santa Fe Monday and

I'hosts 21. Eastside next Thursday Jan. BUY ONE GET ONE FREE 0 : / m

BUS 39 Clay 31 \ d d1

Coach Lee said the Lady Tornadoes
I didn't get much going until the fourth A
[period but they outscored Clay-47-12 ,/ i
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in that final stanza to increase what
was' a slim 3-point lerfd.Hope ;doll 0
Jackson, who bucketed 26 points to
I raise her season average to 21.7,hit 12 BUfffAla
points, 7 from the foul line in the / rM y- \
deciding last period. rt ArAf IITrASaNU
Queenie Berry was 8-for-10 from the [
foul line but BHS hit just 15 of 27 as a 1
team missing the front end of one- [ aI l r
and-ones 10 times. "We should have 0 _
blown 'em out before the fourth l / a. _
quarter," Lee saW! after.'pointing out' 5 wle.clw.o.
the foul shot figures. ECKERD
BHS had just 7 girls make the trip ECKERD ECKERO COLGATE BUFFERIN
and center Tracy Hankerson fouled ECKERD VITAMIN A DAY /
Monica Berry saw plenty of action.

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the half as the halfcourt trap which care lotion. Limit 2 B-Vitamins & protein. I B-Vltamlns. Limit 2 CEPASTAT
resulted in 8 Keystone turnovers Limit 2 JERGENS ..
allowed BHS to snoot out in front. % LOZENGES CEPASTAT LOTION 1..:
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the second half showing. After' a.s-oz. O99 j

building the 1ght'. longest lead at Priced .....4,1' ... WWhispersoft.
26-13 on 2 foul shots by Queenie Berry Antiseptic.Menthol
and another by Hankerson the BHS or Cherry. Limit 1 .irre-
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Vooda Kay I.Hall stole an Indian U.QAL
pass and fed Jackson for a 10-footer, THERAQARDS-M. hae MURINE 'CLEAR J.S' _... DEVILBISS 7." FUTURA
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1ZA TELEGRAl-t. January H.IMZ
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Hawks Die Hardsx

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Men's Case; Leaders '

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The Starke Men's Basketball ed 11, and Jimmy Thomas 8. Darren "1
League a co-venture by the Rec. O'Neal was the game's high point producer ,., .
0 Department and Community Education with 21 for the losers and Jerry ;., ."'.,,,,.
,got off the ground last week and Wilson added 13.Friday. ':-
after 2 nights of play its the Hawks ,b+1'tta

and with on wine against no Jan. ft .. '
both a pair v
The season got started off last Friday N
losses. night at the Middle School and
The Hawks rallied to edgeJackson's featured a couple games that went to
Building Supply 50-53 and the wire with ,the winners to
"The / sue 16 too
people at Weight went from a I then thumped the Telegraph 89-26 to
,,." rally for victory. .
Watchers are really wonders sue 8 on Weight Watche start off 2-0 while the Die Hards got In the opener night the
TUfrletyoudowllLysMargold; past LWCI e1-57 and then beat St. Ed- tracing '
,. Die Hards, after most of the
-Floyd Levine float 38
wards Tied Jt"w
IostZllbJ 66-52. with 1-1 marks areJacbon' first half came back to score a 61.57 ip I. rr '
the Telegraph. win over LWCI and in the nightcap
Play continues each Friday and the Hawks slapped on a full-court t,
Monday night with games scheduled press and rallied back from 10 points
for 6:30: 7:30 and 8:30: at the Middle down to' defeat Jackson's Building 1 +rF

School. Supply in a fast-paced 56-53 ..' .
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counter. In the middle game the '. ." ,
MondayJan.11 Telegraph topped St. Edwards .' ,. .' .
.... In the second night of league play Church 52-32. .' '...'.
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I WEIGHT. WATCHERSI lead by just 2 against the Telegraph Robert Eddins canned 18 points to
I I after one quarter but took charge lead the Die Hardy with Jay Godwin Adult League Go-Round:..
400 after that as 4 players hit double adding 10 more from the post,Jimmy Raymond Blye of the Hawk,right pump-fakes against Jackson's Building '
figures topped by Mike: Chandler's 22. Thomas 9, and Drew Barry 8. Losing Supply defenders Eddie Dyal left and. .Ronnie Thomas in a Friday night I
DISCOUNTA'ATCHERS' I' Others in double digits were Eugene LWCI got 24 from Alderman, the Men's League Opener.
Blye 14, Leroy Davis 12, and Anthony night's top scoring output plus a

\ : '' On Registration and First Mailing FeeOffer Dommon 11.David Thigpen! hit 8 on 4 dozen points from Charlie Knight. ....'. Frld.,.J..I
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Ends January 30. HM spinning moves for the l losers. Christy Chandler pumped in 22 to .......'.1..11 DB HABD8((81k J.DtuBuk 4.0.Udliu 18 M.X16shell
The moat successful weight (Offer valid only 01 a dl.counand may I I Jackson's also had 4 players in dou- lead the Hawks to their win,with Raymond HAWKS (Mil C. Ckudkr ., G. CIo...... .. M.Ckui4ln 2.D.Bwiwlt 4.J.Ltwli 2.D.Burr 8,TkoiipM,
loss in the world. b.combined with oth.r discount ble figure scoring as it topped LWCI Bye canning 12, and Mike > :22. E. CkMHUn' 4. R. BI,. 2, E. BI,. 14 R. J.1" ....*,I.W.Mck 2,J.Godwin 18.
program l I not any I for its first win. New addition Curtis Chandler 11. For Jackson's guard Ed- H........4,W.Jnklu 4,A.0...... II.L.Onto M. LWCI(STIi LU 4,R.Moon 8.M Pmkr 2,C Kalfkl. .
I or special rate. Offer valid In par- TELEGRAPH Mk 8. .-..,. 4. 0. TklM J 8,1.Brawtt 12 Alterau. 24,C.Spa! 4,D. Parkin 2.
!_tlclpatlng 1 I area onv. I White popped In 22 to lead the winners die Dyal was hot from the outside and 4,J.Alvvn 1,R.J m 4.
_______J while Eddie!: Dyal canned 17. Sam finished with 19 points while Bruce TELEGRAPH ((62k) N. Gra.... 14, T. H.,..8, B.
Sibley 15, and Bruce Jackson 12. Ken Jackson hit 15 on the inside and Sam JACKSON'S((7Bi) B.Drill IT&Jaekm IS.8.able, Colllll... .R.J.IM 4,D.Tll"pell 2.& ClbMa. .4.J.
St. Edward Catholic Church'Starke Life led all scorers with 24 for Sibley chipped in 11. 15.CWUk22,0.Tb..u4.: Ah> LWCI LWCI((45k) K.Life 24.All..rw 18,Spain..Moon 4. EDWARDS ((22k) D. ONiml 10 T. AdlllM 4.
441' N. Temple Avenue which also got 15 from Alterman and Mark Graudons hit from all over in K.....2.MriM 10,Pmdty 2. 11',.... 12 c.....2 BnmtUo, P.....2.
10 from Godgins. netting 14 points for the Telegraph.
Mondays 6:30 pm Thursdays 9:30 am Robert Eddins was high man for the Terry Hayes and Jimmy Alvarez add- DOS: HARDS(M)R.EdJIru 14.0.Bony 4.D.BanMtt HAWKS (Mk C. Ckuidlor. H E. CIo.....r 2. M.
Information Call Toll Fr. .8003429155S ; Ckuakr II. T. Harrli 2. R. Biro I2.0. Huika 2. D.JACKSON'S .
For Mor. ) 11.6.nul.n..8.J.Uwto S J.Dmeiark 2 J.Wwaek
second straight night for the DieHards ed 8 markers apiece. High men for St. I, D.W1mlM.,1.n....a .lae'..7.
in their victory; over St. Ed- Edwards were Wilson with 12 and ST. EDWARDS(CUll M. Bramlti 4,J.Wlbo IS.D.0Ntal an e.Dyd I 18.0.Ju-k.... is,a Blbky
< >Wnqhl Vtatchm lnt."n lionjl'Inc' 1982 owner" ol the VWwiht Watchers. Ttrt<*mttt wards. He had 16, Doug Barnett add- Darrell O'Neal with 10. 11.T.AiMlM 2,L.Znrflnk 1, .-.4 G..bw II.C 8lo.&ll..R.n....4.

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GI11r.t1 ,., .. ,,'q ., ,-- ,. II IIlU ThursdYBull ls whipped
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f 'Dogs: Rams Beat JV'sBradford ", l, i 'r r ,..''t-<' :";}.:{: ''''!:f I' .....

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High's JV ran into a 'pair: ferent playeri. Guard Kooeri i,I
of steamrollers Live first two Bellamy canned 14 against Live Oak i
Eaataide and dropped Its and center Tommy Johnson scored HL-H(7;
Barnes of the new year to slide to 0-7 the same number against Eastside,
for the season. with most of his points coming on

Live Oak's 'Dogs topped BUS 43-27 feeds from Bellamy.
while Eastalde which Is 8-1 with its Daren Chandler hit 6 against Live

lone loss to Ocala Forest hounded Oak. .,
BUS with a full-court press and won B*>M4. 221S$319-5t 1
t4 8928. Comparing the 2 club's with the BrwttoH 4ueu.5: : :
vaE { Bn4f. Clu4Ur' S, Early S, Bell..y 4, DwlM *>
,,.,,. other BUS opponents JV Coach Rick tUnfttll 4, hB.r...0,Jolnim" ,Clark 0, tarn S.
Stevens said, "Eastside's the most TOTALS II 44]28.
mature team we've faced at least
Uwo.ta 14 111 4 SBra4f4 I
they seem so"Bradford
1 II 4 4 :ITBra4f
got fine 14-poiot perfor .r4:Chsmllw I, Bellamy 14,Dunlap c.Marshall -
a4 'ali mances In both games from two dif 0, Davis 0,Johnnon 4. TOTALS- 1* 14 :IT.
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r 1 Thursday Jan. 14-

hiMr'i; tlr Buchholz at BHS girls basketball ((7:30))

BUS wrestlers at Live Oak (6:30)) II
Friday Jan. 15-

B1IS JV and V. basketall at Baker ((6:30-8) '.

Baker Co. at BHS wrestling (6:30)

". I, Monday Jan. 18-

;;b. BIIS girls basketball at Santa Fe (7)
Tuesday, Jan. 19- Fastbreaking Fun in the Afternoons...

BUS JV and V. basketball at Clay ((6:30-8): Youths aged 8-13 race up and down the court 4 days a week after !lt'hoolln
III I'P ."{Using Above the Defense... BHS wrestlers at GIIS (6:30) the Starke Rec. Department basketball leagues at the Old Armory.

1 e":"ices JV guard Dennis Dunlap. left, as he squeezes off'a shot against Live Oak. Here Sean Bridges and Johnny Jackson battle for a jump ball. Waiting for
.i 2.rt J VVednesday.Jan.2D- the tip are. left to right. Patrick Marks. Johnny Jackson Willis Chandler
BHS.weightlifters at Baker Co. (3:30) Harold Chandler and referee Cassandra Johnson.Its .

:.Legal Notices

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Public Notice Bradford County Courthouse Seaboard Airline the Southernmost right- Southerly along Walnut 2. That this resolutionbe adoption. the
plan Institutionalbe
a.J .. tcJ Each, Starke, Florida. Railroad thence run East of-woy of State Road 18 Street to Its Intersectionwith fully spread upon the ATTEST: Thomas L. Casey rezoned as to B-3, and PUBLIC NOTICE
-Insurance Bids and every Person to the Bradford-Clay and the Bradford-Clay State Road 200 (US minutes of this School Superintendent of designated Highway Notice of Application

,jM;a.' Asked by whatever having any Interest. County line, 'thence run County line, thence run 301)), continuing Southerly Board in compliance with SchoolsThe Commercial the property For Special Exception
in the
enactment North along the and along State Road 200 Chapter Florida Notice Is hereby given
Bradford CountyThe of this proposed Northerly Westerlyto 230.061 School Board of of William Silcox that the .
ORDINANCE Bradford-Clay County Stat. Road 100 thencerun (US 301)). to Its Int.n.c.tlon Statutes. Bradford County described as follows: Board of Adjustment
Board of should
County of
t L Commissioners of Brad- and be heard at appear the line to the Bradford. Northwesterly along with State Rood 227 3. That a certified copy Florida 21,875 sq. ft. (approx. Fla., will City conduct a Storke.hearing .
t't ford County will receive time and place prescrib Baker County line, State Road 100 to Water thence run Westerly and of this resolution be J.T. Parrish. one-half acre), located at 7 p.m In the City
I.i! | bids on the 14th day olS4 .d. thence run West along Street within city limitsof Southerly along State delivered to the Clerk of Chairman at corner of Georgia St. Commission room City
January 1982 at 10 a.m. BOARD OF the Bradford-Baker Starke, Florida continuing Road 227 to Its Intersection the Circuit Court of Brad. Rodney P. Hall and Highway 301, north Hall Storke, Flo., on
{.) on the following insurance BRADFORD COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS County line to the Northerly along with State Road 18 ford County Florida for ViceChairmanArthur of Courthouse, In Section Thursday January 28,
cov.rog.s: Bradford-Union Countyline Water Street to Its Intersection continuing Westerly and recording in the Public Gaskin 21,, Township 6 South 1982 to consider a request
By: Gilbert S. Brown (New River), thencerun with Coll Southerly along State Records of Bradford J.R. "Jim" Lawson Rang. 22 East parcel for a Special Exception
Auto Flee Liability Clerk of Court Southwesterly along Street (State Road 230)), Road 18 to the West line County Florida. In compliance Patricia Spengler 2402 for Highway Commercial to allow USEDCAR
opd Physical Damage 01-072 tchgOl-14 the BradfordUnionCounty thence run Easterly of Section 28 Township 7 with Chapter 01.14 Itchg use. LOT 8 SALES (to be
potfcy. Inception dot. line Intersectionwith along Call Street (State South Range 21 East 230.061. Florida You are further given known at Gollaghor
Jan. 14. 1982.Comprehensive. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT State Rood 16, Road 230)), to Bessent thence run South along Statutes. sold NOTICE that a copy of Auto Sales) on property
. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT thence run Southwesterly Rood thence run East said section line, and extension 4, That a certified copy NOTICE OF APPLICATION proposed OR. owned by J.D. Odom.
DINANCE Is available for
':' OF FLORIDA IN along State Road 16 to along Bessent Road to thereof to its intersection of this resolution be for FOR REZONING dba, Branding Iron Inc.
G.neraillability. Limits AND FOR BRADFORD its Intersection with' the Easterly boundary of with the thwith delivered to the AND AMENDMENT OF your of Inspection the Director at the office of at corner ol Hwy 301 and

of liability. Exposures: COUNTY Farmers Market Road the City of Stark., Bradlord-Alachua County Honorable Jeneva M. THE LAND USE PLAN Zoning and Planning, Pratt St., Section 28.
[?L4 .o ernm.nt SubdivlrhJtil'ns CIVIL ACTION thence run Easterly thence run North along line, thence run Flynn Supervisor ol Elections An Bradford County Courthouse Township 6 South Range
Not Stat. or30iaderol CASE NO. 81-466-CA along Farmers Market the Easterly boundary ol Southerly and Easterlyalong Bradford County ORDINANCE the Comprehensive amending Stark., Florida. 22 East parcel 3573.in
l, 3892.000 total2operoting Road to Stat. Road 200Temple the City of Starke to It.Int..ctlon the Bradford. Courthous., Stork., land Use Plan Element Each and every Person Classification B-2 Exception -
CHARLES A. No. 2 .
expenditures requested.At
( Avenue) with Alachua County line to Florida. having interest
and Map of any
Plaintiff this
Streets. Roads, etc. 278 time, all
F1''r(3I... vs thence run Southerly Alligator Canal, thencerun the Putnam County line, 5. That a certified copy Stark. Florida In accordance whatever In the enactment will be heard concerning per.son.
along State Road 200 the thence East of this resolution of this
n1t1.on.y:\. MARY ANN PATTI. along Westerly run along be forthwith with the local proposed this application
and Securities DefendantNOTICE (Temple Avenue) to course of Alligator Canalto the Putnam County line transmitted to the Government Comprehensive ORDINANCE should appear specified in the
Broad Form. Inception OF SUIT Stat. Road. 16 (Brownlee the Southeast cornerof to the Bradford-Clay Honorable George Planning Act and be heard at the codes of the City zoning ofStark.
date Feb. 2, 1'982. NO PROPERTYTO Street), thence run Lot Eight (8)), Blanding County line, thence run Firestone, Secretary of of 1975 as provided for in time and place prescribd ..
: Mary Ann Patti: Address Easterly on State Road 16Brownl. Subdivision thence run North along the State, the Capitol Chapter 163 of the BOARD OF January II. 1982
Workers CoTnpensaL Unknown ? ( .. Street) to the Westerly along the South Bradford-Clay County Tallahassee, Florida. In Florida: Statutes. City of Stark. l.M. Gaines Director

>5Ti.ln.ceptlo.ri' ?feb2.. YOU ARE HEREBY Seaboard Airline line of Lot Eight ((8)). Blan- line,,to" itsInteractioni compliance with Chapter 1: COMMISSIONERSDirector Stork. Zoning ft Building
nmtwtt"mm: !? tvsleaLPt(2.r4iquipnsent M -NOT4RED .that of octlpn,.. Railroad thence>' run !*t ding Subdivision 'to the rtvlfh. the'Suullieiirmostrightofway' ---".230f061. Florida -TOLAII CHIz.OaLau: _...::.yJJMLGdnes .-J.td\g.lLl4.._
Floater. for Dissolution of Marriage "TIoHh.rly'along the Intersection ol Jackson of,.Stote r'' Statutes. payers and other interested ,
tot( a schedule of against you and you are Railroad to its Intersection continuing W..I.rlyalong Beginning' ,.. Chapter 230.061 You and each of You 1 tcha- 1/14
9-'A..qlpment. and liability required to serve a copyof with the North lin. Jackson Street to I. SCHOOL.r BOARD Florida Statutes, a certified are hereby and herewith of
a'4ii- to be Included or your written defenses of Township 6 South the Its Intersection with the MEMBER RESIDENCE copy of this resolution given notice In accordance
fltjPC1 which Insurance If any to It, on the plaintiff said Point of Beginning Seaboard Airline AREA NO.5Comm.nclng be forthwith Statutes with that the Florida Board ERHFRULKNER

it:)Ifoy.roge I. being asked whose name and address B. SCHOOL BOARD Railroad thence run at the transmitted to the Bradford of City Commissioners ofStark. ,
nOf for loss experience Is Charles A. Patti, MEMBER RESIDENCE Northerly' along the point of convergence of County Telegraph a .. Florida hove
x .contact the Office ol NO. 782750 P.O. Box AREA No.2Comm.nclng Seaboard Airline the Bradlord-Alachua newspaper published In designated the State
'"County Clerk Gilbert S. 32058 229 lawt.y and ,file Florida.the at the Railroad to -Its Intersection County line (Santa Fe Bradford County. Zoning and Planning REALTY I
Brown P.O. Drawer B.Slork. point of Intersection of with Adklns Street River) and the Bradford. Florida, for publication Board to conduct a public
.. FL' 32091. orS original the above with the clerk of the West line of Section thence run Westerly Union County line (New therein In Its issues of hearing at a regular

; upturn 9049646280.. or before styled February court on 8, 30, Township 3 South along Adklns Street to its River), thence run Northerly Jan. 14, 1982 and that meeting held at 7:30: 3G4-5OES U,0[])

....."011 .I Inzvt.etrt4NOTICE 1982; otherwise a judge Range 21 East and the intersection with State and Easterly along upon final publication p.m. In the City Commission
OF APPLICA.TIQH -' ment may b. entered Bradford-Union Countyline Road 200 (Temple the Bradford-Union thereof an affidavit by meeting room "
FOR RE2ONING against you for the relief (New River) thencerun Avenue), thence runNortherly County line; to the West the publisher of said Storke City Hall. Starke. I
B""AW1)IdMENT: OF demanded In' the 'complaint South along said section along State line of Section 30, newspaper be made and Florida on Thursday. 221 Lafayette St. Across tram Wishbone
>( tTMBi LANCX.US6 PLANAn or petition line, and extension Road 200 (Temple. Township S South Range filed with this original January 28, 1962 and j OFFICE HOURS:
WITNESS my hand and thereof to State Road Avenue), to Its Intersection 21 East thence run South resolution and mad. apart make a recommendationto Monday Friday 9. S Saturday; 9. IZ noon
ORDINANCE amenH the seal of sold Court on 100 thence run with Slate Road 16Brownl. along said section line, hereof.BE the City of Starke
ding the Compr h.n.lv. December 29.'1981. Southeasterly along ( .. Street), and extension thereof IT FURTHER Commissioners and the Office Space far Rent
14< Land Use Plan Element Gilbert S. Brown State Rood 100 to its intersection ,thence run Easterly to State Road 100 thencerun RESOLVED that all Board will consider on
Iand<< Map by Bradford Clerk of Sold Court with Pratt along State Road 16 Southeasterly along resolution and parts of Tuesday 1982 the February 2. NEW LISTINGS
Ml County Florida In accordance 'fly: Beulah Moody Street, thence run North (Brownlee Street), to It. State Road 100 to Its intersection resolutions relating to at 7 same saidplace
at Ordinance
with the local Deputy Clerk and East on Pratt Streetto Intersection with with PrattStr..t. School Board Member p.m. on EXCELLENT INCOME. Motel & Restaurant. Owner financng. -
GevesnmrrftUlj pmt 01-07 4tchg 01.28 its intersection with relating to: .
Seaboard Airline thence run North Residence Areas In con- The rezoning of the
efuok!+henslye 979hiz'( Planning Act I",i RESOLUTION OF THE Orange Street thencerun Railroad th.nc. run and East on Pratt Streetto flict herewith are hereby following described property 2 BUILDING LOTS-Cherry St.. Terms
pj66jd.dfo7lnB ,, SCHOOL BOARD OF South on Orange Northerly along the Its Intersection with and forever repealed.BE and amending the HAMPTON AREA-2-story. partially renovated. 3 acres
.Itk:lcbR1WTl8tes I BRADFORD COUNTY Street to Its Intersectionwith Seaboard Airline Orange Street thencerun IT FURTHER Comprehensive' Land BESSENT ROAD-Beautilul home with POOL. 1 3/4 acres.
$dT .elnioq PS'V' FLORIDA TO DESCRIBE Call Street thencerun Railroad to the North South on Orange RESOLVED that this Use Plan to provide that ', BUILDING LOTS on Bessent Rd. Will sell all or one.
rturWUS4J*>'CI1U.n. ;, ToxJJuWfWtsbnVfd' -' BY BOUNDARY AND Easterly along Call line of Township 6 South Street to Its Intersectionwith resolution shall be effective lands currently loned THREE ACRES-Double wide, off Hwy. 16W. Owner financ
ether In. DEFINE BY NUMBER THE Street to Bessent Rood to the Bradford-Clay Call Street thencerun Immediately upon R.IC and designated by ing.
terested Person SCHOOL BOARD thence run East along County line, thence run Easterly along Call PULLET FARM-25 beautiful acres pasture. 100 pecan trees
$19wYWrtWd l ytotS.cf:Yout MEMBER RESIDENCE Bessent Road to the South along the Street to its Intersectionwith Owner financing.

slpfg(( -} }f..k>yopd herewith AREAS ONE ((1)) Easterly boundary of the Bradford-Cloy Countyline Walnut Street ssaas .. r THREE BEDROOM. 1 Bath. Frame Walking pittance to
yggpofic.inaccer: THROUGH FIVE ((5)) OF City of Starke, thencerun to the Southernmost (thence run Southerly Come See U 'verythlng.' Owner financed.
.q f! | \. j Florida THE SCHOOL DISTRICTSOF North along the right-of-way of Stat. along Walnut Street to COMMERCIAL BLDG.-Hwy. 301, $29.900. Terms.
q9lcithat' the Board BRADFORD COUNTY Easterly boundary of the Road 18, the said !Point of Slate Road 200 (US 301)). VWv Changed Our Name, "'/, ACRES between Starke 8 lake Butler. Terms
'U of'County Commissioners FLORIDA. City of Starke to Its Intersection Beginning. continuing Southerly But Not Our Service 1.52 ACRES-Frame home. Only $34.500. Terms.

of Bradford WHEREAS the School with Alligator D. SCHOOL BOARD along Stat. Road 200 (US CALL STREET-3 BR. 2 BA, lR. DR, Kit., family room brick
County Florida have Board of Bradford County Canal thence follow the MEMBER RESIDENCE 301)) to Its Intersectionwith home on corner lot.
designated the Bradford voted unanimously at Westerly course of AREA NO. 4Commencing State Road 227 $15,500 FIVE ..c16( tXUt&i oJOlflt&O.

County Zoning and Plan Its regular meeting heldon Alligator Canal to theNortheast'corner at the Intersection thence run Westerly and 2 Income producing home In Sto..... Both are rented. LAKE BUTLER- BR, !'/ BA brick home One acre. Clot
fling Board conduct a 21 December, 1981$ to of Lot of the Southerly along State $85,000 to RMC.
*' frOblic hearing at a define the school board Nine ((9)) Blanding Subdivision Southernmost right-of- Road 227 to Slate Rood 1U feet frontage on U.S. 301 South Starke., '. %ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE- BR. 1 BA. Central heat
r.gulor meeting held at member residence)area thence run way of State Road 18 and IB continuing Westerlyand $22,500 end air.TWO .
.,-: :9 P.M.. In the County of the school district of Westerly along the North the Bradford-Clay County Southerly along 3 b.droom2 'bath family home with and STORY HOM .B.outlf,1 grounds. Starke.S10Sf .
Commission meeting Bradford County. line of Lot Nine ((9)) Blan line, thence run Northerly State Road 18 to th. refrigerator Walk to dewntewn. range .G4alikre w/5GiC&Om..
w-aem, Bradford County Florida: and.WHEREAS., ding Subdivision to the and Westerly to West line of Section 23 $32.500 BUILDING LOTS In''tow" Nice trees.

Courthouse Florida on Tuesday Starke. the Board Intersection of Jackson State Road 100 thencerun Township 7 South, Rang. 2 bedroom retirement home, excellent location. Walk to ALMOST NEW :2 I BR home on 4 Acres.
Cc January 26 1982, and unanimously approved and St. Clalr. Streets Northwesterly along 21 East thence run South Bradford Square, NEAR GRAHAM 20 acres priced right. Good terms.
make a recommendation maintaining the school continuing Westerly State Rood 100 to Water along said Section line, $10,000 LOUiQlDY,14-t& tw o"
*.' to th. Board ol County member residence areas along the Jackson Street to Street within the city and extension thereof 2 bedroom frame, paved reed approximately I .c,.. 20 ACRES-Moblle home, part. Imp. pasture, part timber. \. i
1e Commissioners and the as 'the areas w.r.d.algted Seaboard Airline limits of Starke, Florida to the Bradford-Alochua Handy map. Where'Are You WELL ESTABLISHED Day Care Center-Terms Available.
the Railroad thence run continuing County line, thence HWY. EASTlots available.
--Boerd will consider, on In resolulion Northerly run $72.000 $2,300 each.
Monday February 1. of' the Board dated Northerly along along Water Street to Its Westerly-and Northerly, Just Reducedl 3 bedroom 3 bath heme en "Sampson THREE ACRES good location.' 2SX down.
1982 at the same said Dec;;'. 1911. Seaboard Airline Intersection with Call along the Bradford. lake", fireplace, central heat end air. SIX ACRES. 2 II. 2 BA frame. $2',500.
place at 10 A.M. an Ordinance :NOW. THEREFORE. BE Railroad to its intersection Street (Slate Road 23O). Alochua County line to $ .500 130 ACRES PASTURE fish ponds, fenced barns. Excellent

relating: IT. RESOLVED by theSchool with Adklns Street thence run Westerly Its convergence with the Building lots en Bessent Reed. City water and sewer. term. .
iwfhe rezoning of .the Board of Bradford thence run Westerly along Call Street to Its Intersection Bradford-Union County $4.250 3 .... 2 OOdJjpPete block. OTOstoO, location. .
Xo'ttbwing described property County, Florida In along Adklns Street to Its with Walnut line, the said Point of 1 114 acre parcel en Bessent Road. Nice trees. OR 18 ACRES SHOPPING CENTER SITE
.-!:? and amending the regular session assembled Intersection with State Street thence run Beginning.Floriland CALL ST. Store building for sale or lease:

Je Comprehensive Land this Dec. 21, 1911. as Road 200 (Temple ASSOCIATES OVER 400' FRONTAGE-Hwy 301 S, 3-versotlle buildings.
t> Ut> Plan to thattYl4londscurrentlyzoned Avenue), thence
provide follows: runNortherly Terry A. Galnes-7B2-39M Key C.Water.U4441Linde 30'/. ACRE FARM on Brownlee Rd. ((229)) 3 BR. 2 BA brick

ficand designated: by theb."Icrn OR I. In conformance with Road 209 along(Temple State : Realty W.Johns-944-e097 Bobby T. fmith" -9i4.74 4 COMMERCIAL BLDG. Con. Blk. Good location
Rural Residential the Constitution of the Eileen St."I.-471-106S Ann W.G.dwln4.51fPatsy DISCOUNT FOR CASH-Frame home In town. Terms offered.
: as Avenue), to Farmers '
State of Florida' and .
(t. ...retoned: to Cl. and Market Rood thence run ,1.,; -p Phone 964-7700 lawson-944-4917 Norman Heddlng9445944Philip .
Commercial Chapter 230.061. Florida 393 N. W. Clerk, REALTOR DAY CARE CINTER Price reduction. Good Income.
designated Westerly along Formers Temple Avenue Starke Fl. .
Statutes, the) School : CROSBY CANAL-Qulet location. Terms.
{,(,Intensive, the property Market Rood to State
\ District of Bradford 01 SAil BAYLESS HIGHWAY ((22S-IO) Acres wooded. S1S.OOO.
t..Qf 16 Northwesterly
.;oLescribed os follows County, I. hereby and along run State *Well Pl.nned.3R femffy home with elf modem cenvenfences IMMACULATE I 314.. Concrete block In town.
atiq.000!H- sq. It. located 1/4 herewith divided Into Rood 16 to the Bradford- en 3 plus etres. Priced re self. Shown *y eppoI.tmeth. .z. BETWEEN STARKE 6 LAKE BUTLER-One acre w/mobile
five ((5)) school board I heme. ,
riDe, off 230A onto SC 6th S2.0OO OW". I
member residence Union County line (New *3 ...,,.....
MemeIn BUILDING Ob4.Jeclloc.tl5 t
;. In Section' 33, River), thence cevnn-y.. wm 2-ple ecres. Jreve.rejrtej. J ) d.
CIIlT.r.J iwnihlp 6 South. Range areas, numbered one ((1)) runSouthwesterly .. eYepes eW ....... MCI.", &4. .Iw" 137.MO.OO. NEIGHBORHOOD oriirnis. INC. REALTOR WATERFRONT !PROPERTY AVAILABLE.
y2LEml for Automotive through five ((5) inclusive along the *J ../,..... Meme wn* .. mesfera _.M..IIC.'. Mice I
repair using exbulldlng. the boundaries Bradford-Union County leWscested yerrf en FerWfse I.*.. U.S. 301 South near Bradford Square 9645231AMERICA'S RENTALS
garage line to the West line of *1 .* Trailer
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You are further given A. SCHOOL BOARD South Hang 21 East the W.OOo. M* dew, 12% ...... NUMBER 301-OHIce fer rent.
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I Welcoming the BHS Tornado s f Sports Editor: \
basketball team back from the ;
Christmas break was a pair of teams .3(
that have been included In the state
class: AAA top ten this winter and it
wasn't much of a welcome back as 1. ...Near as I can tell Bradford High's hot-shooting guard Hope Jackson is the ,-
BHS was blown out twice to fall to second leading scorer among 3A and 4A schools hereabouts, trailing only San- ::
()-10. ryAi1 ta Fe center Felicia Black who Is hitting at a 23.0 points per game pace. -'',
Against Live Oak 7-1 and formerly r Hope's 21.7 scoring average is a shade better than the 21.3 by Grimsley of .:
ranked number three, the Tornadoes Y "1: rtd class 4A Jax. Wolfson, and the 21.0 averages of Pacetti) of Bishop Kenny, and '
played Just like Coach Mike Sexton I '(I rrtC1 Carlissa Thomas' 20.5 average for 4AJax., Ribault... r ;
wanted them to at a snails pace -
but they couldn't hit enough shots and ...BHS track coach George Loper has announced that this year's Bradford
lost 48-27 at BHS Friday. Then Tues- Y ir Invitational track and field meet will be held Friday, April 16 at the Tornado

day Gainesville Eastside 12.2 and track...
still ranked seventh among Florida's

AAA schools, fastbreaked past Brad- ..Former Tornado football-basketball stalwart Sheldon Hodge, a starting
ford 75-44: again at the Tornado gym. defensive end during Florida AIM'S Division I-AA national championshipyear
BHS will hit the road for games was a graduate assistant coach at FAMU this season...
against Macclenny and Clay High '
before coming back home for a Friday ...The star board for BHS basketball,where coach Mike Sexton gives varsity -
Jan. 22, encounter with a St. players red stars for doing well on the court Is based on good performancesin
Augustine club that just did slip by single games. Players can earn stars by shooting better than 50 percent ,
BItS (54-51) in the season opener. from the field, 75 percent or better from the foul line, grabbing 5 offensive rebounds
After getting blown out by the ,7 defensive rebounds, or 10 total, and by scoring 20 points or better or
racehorse Live Oak Bulldogs in runnIng dishing out at least 3 assists. '
games the last couple of years "It's something I hope creates a little interest and incentive,"Sexton said of '.
Sexton's troops took their time the star chart which he said he has never used before at BUS.. -
against the 'Dog zone last week. "We

played pretty well. If we could have ...In the Hatter Classic tourney finals at Deland last weekend host Stetson 1
shot a decent percentage I believe University nipped the University of New Orleans team which includes Brad- ;.
we'd have been in the ballgame." ford's David Walker 67-66. Walker hit points, both on foul shots in the game ,
But BHS knocked in just 12 of 40 while Stetson was lead by tourney MVP Frank Burnell's 25. Burnell, a 6-6 I

floor shots, a low 28 percent while the !!E, guard, is a Jacksonville Kibault product... \' i
'Dogs canned 19 goals and were 10 of iI I

16 from the line. ,-

Forward Donnie Banks had his best ...Top girls 3A teams in northeast Florida are Ocala Vanguard (11-0)), Lee .,-
game as a Tornado, leading both J' ((5-0), and Bishop Kenny ((8-1) of Jacksonville, District 5-AAA favorite :
teams in scoring with 12 points on 5 of Gainesville High and maybe Palatka (8-1)), Santa Fe (6-4)) and Bradford's ,;
9 floor shooting and 2 of 2 marksman- -- ,
,,,. Lady Tornadoes ((6-3)... I
ship from the foul stripe, "Donnie '" .' '
shot well and did a good job all the p ...The best of the bunch in the boys ranks are Gainesville Eastside (12-1)), i

way around," Sexton noted. .t"'"'.-.-........ .''I : '., II _. Ocala's Vanguard (10-4) and Forest ((9-3), Suwannee-LIve Oak (7-1)),BuchhoU :
Banks clicked for another 10 points (9-3)( Bishop Kenny (11-4), Jax. Lee ((5-0), .Alachua-Santa Fe (3-2), and I
Tuesday but it was center Kevin Palatka (8-2)...
Reaching to the Rafters for a Rebound...
Howe leading BHS in scoring with 11 its of the Sun title with last second-
Vanguard won own Kingdom tourney a
and hauling down 11 rebounds. Thom- No Tornado center Kevin Howe Isn't reaching up to Other Tornadoes pictured are from left to right) Ed. shot 5th ranked 4A Martin The
over powerhouse County. Kingdom tourney, .
the lights to grab the ball but it that a* he die Mark
pkins also had 11 boards to go with 8 appears way Thompklns. Pierce, and Gerald Goodman '
Florida's best school
next to state
generally regarded as high cage tourney ,
stretches for a rebound In a BUS at North Marion
game Photo by TH Lana1'ierce,8lcDufJicBoth
included teams from Bahamas Fairdale Ga
Freeport, ; Kentucky; Colquitt, ;
.--,-. and Bergen, New Jersey; plus Florida powerhouses Lakeland Kathleen Mar-

.Win Oth tin County, Clearwater, Ft. Walton Chocthawhatchee and Ocala Vanguardand
: Forest. Clearwater was third, Kathleen 4th, G-and Bahamas 5th, and .
4:41 Forest 6th...

Wrestlers Tie Eastside Santa FeIt
Up ...Opening night of the new Starke Men's Basketball League went smoothly.The .
organization was good, officiating was consistent for a first time out, and

was a good week for the wrestling for the season), and Roland Colemanhad forfeit. the play, especially from 3 teams the Hawks, Die Hards, and Jackson's ';'

team of BHS as the Tornado grapplers pin victories against the Raiders Larry Saucer, who owns a 7-2-1 per- was pretty darn good considering Starke has had little organized basketball
whipped Gainesville Eastside while Michael McDuffie (10()-2) won by sonal record, missed both matches for those out of high school in the past..,

points"V and Alachua Santa Fe on the road to default, Stephen Spell by forfeit, and with a kidney bruise but could be back,
up their record to 3-6 for the season Billy Green (9-3)) and Curtis Jones by in action this week ...The Tornado baseballers have a tough act'to'follow after last year's
heading into another road match at decision.In record-setting 19-7 campaign but coach Mike Hartley's outfit Working out
Live Oak Thursday, Jan. 14,, and a the Eastside: match Spell gave erdGrl Santa F.30 (with sleeves and long Johns lately) every day and looks to be strong again 23: ';,
home clash with rival Macclenny- the school record pin time ,of 11 lit NUGENT(B)ill J.n**M
Baker Co. Friday night, Jan. 15. seconds (held by Allen Scott)'a scare HlftaBlIk,GREEN 1.17 B)lit-*.. teluu Dutch 8F M;)129-Pta Coo4o Grant(8F u")>1:011IU BHS piled up its highest team score with a 17 second flattening of his man I**.JONJ:8(111.2: ( ) ;1.1-Mcovn..
of the year in the 42-23 wtn at Eastside In the 188 pound match. Teddy Brews (B)...Multl US-B.COLEMAN(B)pin Uwlon bill .... received some literature from Lake City Community College's basketball
(0-3) but needed every point it could wasn't too much off that pace with"a IS-- Jttinw(SfJ") ......BNM N. ; 17* Sf,.... forttIS program and with the Timberwolved ranked 7th In the nation And 3rd In
188-JPF.U.(B)... torfrtM 22* JOM*(IV)rte Frutofcoaj Florida among junior college teams let me along these tidbits... LCCC
get to turn back Santa Fe ((3-4) by a 47 second pin while McDuffie >did Ua.Jm1M.(SF"))pli TlMmtM ..... pass
36-30 margin. Coach Cole Childers everything but pin his match in a 26-3 ; coach Joe Fields stood at 408-166 for his career at the JUCO power after compiling
moved 4 wrestlers around in weight superior decision Coleman added Br.d/.rd C2:EI..23 a 22-10 mark last year (he's 12-3 this year)... Three players who Tor.
class and the strategy worked as all 4 major decision win, Brian Davis and 101-PIERCE(B) war orf.lt 108-NUGENT(B) wo.forf.lt nado players and fans saw more than enough of the last few years are on the
115William CE)pin Coodown..22)) 122Cnlt.r
came out victorious to key the Tor- Jones (wrestling up a weight class) (03 4.1 G... 12-ft 12-: DAVIS (B) U" Mario 11-13) Timberwolve roster-sophomore guard Virdell Bowles of P.K. Yonge, and the
nado team win. both fought to a draws, and Pierce, McDUFPIB (B) M. OoBoM M-J Ml. JONES (B) top two players in Gainesville last year- 6-5 forward Paul 'White"of
K Timmv.Nugent, Tom Pierce (10-1-1( Nugent, and Donald Thornton won by tied' Simmon m 14*.R.COLEMAN(B) .." SlmmtmtISTl Gainesville Buchholz and 6-0 guard Mervin Jones of.Gainesville Eastside..,
15*BRESEE; (B)".Crikta' -47;170W...Mi(E)del. Top home game left for LCCC, which draws better than 1,200 on an average
MOM 17-10 18C.SPELL iH)pit Bran i7 22s.l'oIoo.IE
)phi FrulM 247;THORNTON((8)<|<.forMI. night appears to beagainst Gainesville's Santa Fe CC Feb. 6...
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County' Resident 'Answer: is Blowin' in the Wind'

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By Tony Burke the five years that Chalk has I
BCT Staff Writer marketed his windmills, none have '
Jltit give me the retttest power of required any maintenance or replace- dr i : F. S
the wind. ment of parts.

., Michael McDonald, from "No The windmill can also be modifiedto
Nukes"In .j'
produce electricityalthough
r given the current cost of commercial
our three county area, drilling a it is still not' economically: _
1 well to s-.cisfy any number of feasible e to do so at this time. This
agricultural and personal needs is not
i would require an expensive system of
at all uncommon. storage batteries and converters.How .
Most folks opt for a conventional the Wilcox's settled here is
electric pump to draw water from the another story in itself.
well. But a method that predates Now retired from the army as a
elctricity by hundreds of years, a Chief Warrant Officer 3, Wilcox was
method so old that it is "new", has stationed in Germany in 1972. when
been selected by C.E. Wilcox of Brad- received orders sending him to
ford County: the windmill. Southeast Asia. His wife decided to
spend the year's separation living in "
Florida with a close friend, eventually s
*7l hail been tested to renting a place In Green Cove SprIngs Wilcojc /1Qws.'Jlle' p mechanism :'
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WitlsetaHdailatainedwinds ; It was during this time that Mrs. (
parcel that was to his liking ,here. and: American ,Bantam Association
Wilcox fell in love with the sunny bought it. I < Magazine. Harnessing the wind

of if 5 mph. Florida The Wilcox's climate.had "I grew up in Brunswidt"he said

retire in Arizona.originally But when plannedto Wilcox "I had heard of Starke before', but had I. : ... ; >ai ,"--,..,?. ** '.W .,;- --' -. ( > '"
with gusts to 100 mph returned from overseas,he decided to. never seen it. Now I'll never leave Home Fix-Up
buy land in Florida. this place; this'll be my dying place.

As fate would have it, the Wilcox's As a hobby, Wilcox cross-breeds / ri
; -- "I've always 'been Interested in passed through Starke, stopping to poultry. He is interested in poultry
'' windpower: and other energy ideas," camp overnight at the KOA here. He genetics and has had two articles on i
::said Wilcox. "I used to have a three- asked about land for sale, found a that subject published in the _
:',hp gasoline-powered pump out here. :::
:'That would take about three days and \ _
::$Is worth of gas to fill up the pond."

? f' Wilcox refers to a small pond, ,..... Items Available L\ 73S r. \
-'maybe five hundred square feet, that ( .I I
I =;:he keeps on his property for his ... cN:: : JIL Jan. 14 thru Jan. 16, 1982 '

=a livestock. A few goats, some ducks JIVe're one stop winter
:::':and chickens, and some bluegill fish 1,

aU benefit from the water. h :c project headquarters!. -

The windmill is built, sold and in-i
stalled by Tom Chalk from St. Cloud, c iirc se .l8't1
Fl. ..- .. ..

Chalk appeared on the July, 1974 1 ItiOll
cover of Popular Science Magazineand IIJ Hj '
has been credited with making v 10'i7fy' J
the only breakthroughs In wind power 'i Weather PVC
during the past 35 years. According to ? ', FIBERGLASS +
Chalkand backed extensive ..-
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engineering testing Chalk's windmill J !, \I ,, (r.1 1 Striping PIPE 20 YEAR
has the ability to capture more than Caulk
50 percent of the wind's energy and standard 3/4" SHINGLESProRoto
begins producing power in low wind '

velocities. 2.97 1.49 1.97 I\\i Pipe 12C ft

It also has been tested to withstand ,\i\\\ Roll Insulation Warranty'L'
sustained winds of 85 mph, with guststo Clalrol Clairesse Sham- Clairol Condition Shampoo Clairol Loving Care No
100 mph. poo-In Haircolor Con- or Condition II Alter Sham- peroxide/no ammonia for floors $25.90 .,.
tains no ammonia, poo Treatment Price color-Iotion.Choiceol
Choice of shades. fleets 40C off label. 16 oz. shades. walls ceilings Picked Up I
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"It teas silently operating t \ $27.90 .,.

the only sound teas Delivered On
Low Pitch Roof.
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Wave or Curly Wave .

Wilcox first had his windmill In- Permanent: kilS.. .your ClairoKindness ,
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stalled in September, 1981. "It was a s '
two-man Job and took about four towandgeta2.00rebate from Clairol! I ,;:: Think of BRITE COMMON
hours," he said."1 had the wrong tur-
bine to begin with; it wasn't filling the
pond. In December I had him put up JacksonBuilding Nails
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the maximun power turbine.Now, the -
pond overflows sometimes" 1 Save$2.00on Kindness Body Wavc/Cur/x Wave I _. _

As Wilcox explained the operationof Mail In Certificate 501 1Regular
the windmill, it was silently off
To receive $2 00 Cash Refund cornOnly on* KlndntM .
operating In Just the of I your $2 00 Refund perhomohold I
I breezes. The only sound sliest plete and send this certificate along Offer Veil (
r with, one proof of purchase seal from any where .mod. prohibited For All
i carton ot Kindness Body Wave or or rear eted. ,
, Kindness'' Curly Wave to. Allow 6-8 weeks for -
Low Price! r
I The .dn dill ill call also/ Post Office 1 BQX 14053 April 30.19U.Oiler"is Your Supplies $1798
only good in USA. carton
Baltimore Maryland 21268 and from APO FPO I II 1 .

be'used, produce I I Name_ --_. certificate box numbers is This not I II 3 g'Lb.

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Carlisie instructedthe Gar,was southbound on uaouj CRr Damage
judge wayne ;
\ FSP security prison. Prison officials were planned with forethought. The defen- Friday morning' prior to their failed to observe two vehicles = ,
r Inmate Guilty dent admitted he did It and chose to jury .As Truck Backs UP-I', .
u able to talk Zamont into surrenderingthe deliberation. It was late in the afternoon trian walk at. Bra "f
Of 1st Degree MurderFelix weapon after he ran into the handle it his way. If there was a problem before they came in with the County School. Burke had no ,
it could have been handled A 1980 International truck
hallway brakes, struck Datsun was
verdict. Zamont was found a 1971 pickup
Zamont charged with the Victor Hulslander was appointed another way, Zamont had chosen to guilty in the it into the of parked on SR-100 waiting on a vehi
stabbing which killed inmate Attorney guilty of murder in the first degree on rear pushing rear
one and for take the law into his own hands, according cle. The truck driven by Paul F.
special public 1982
Injurled another on Feb. 12, 1981, at Zamont. Hulslander maintained Za to Elwell. charge one and guilty of aggravated a Mercury. Rieger, Jr., 22of Jacksonville backed ; ,
the second The
of Florida State Prison,was found guilty mont was a newcomer to the wing. One exciting moment came in the battery recommended on life charge.in prison- Damage to the Mercury driven by up. Failed to.see,a '1980 Dodge
murder last week in Bradford trial when inmate Parnell"Big Man" jury Marlene parked behind him, striking the vehicle
County Circuit Court. He had been robbed, beaten, raped ment. Zamont will be sentenced at a Burney Roberts,Starke was ,
and threaten he would die if he was Johnson gave an action packed later date.Zamont. $500. Damage to the Datsun driven by in the front. I
Inmate Beryl Lewis Bailey was killed not off the wing by noon of Feb. 12, demonstration of what he witnessedIn 22, from Dade County is Billy Ray Marsh of Green Cove Springs "
and inmate Barry Amos Baldwinwas 1981. Zamont had asked to be the day room. Johnson is exactlyas life sentence for was $700. Damage to Burke's There was no damage to the truck. 1
already serving a
wounded with a homemade knife reassigned, was denied. He had no his nickname implies, a big man, murder. 1966 Ford truck was $50. The Dodge driven by Oliver Eugene I
fashioned from a stainless steel servo choice, he was frightened."If it is not he left the witness stand to show the Pearson, 212 Redgrave St., received
ing spoon handle. The stabbings took self-defense, it is not first degree Jury exactly how the stabbing of 3 Car Accident Burke was charged with following $1,200 damage, according to '
place in the day room of U-wing at murder, according to Hulslander.. Bailey took place, causing everyonein Little DamageLarry to closely, unsafe equipment and no Patrolman Jerry Miller. I
FSP at 12:15 p.m.; an open- Assistant State Attorney Tom the courtroom to wonder what was valid drivers license, according to Rieger was charged with improper
population area of the maximum Elwell maintained the utabbincs were coming next. Powell( Burke of Umitilla, Patrolman Jerrv Miller. backing.

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truck. Correctional Institution while visitingan driver fired a shot in the air. The I
:'"' and Accident Injures Andrews was Injured in the acci inmate. Alachua Sheriff's Department was I
anyone else Starke Youth dent. He was taken to Bradford Coun- Harvey, 22, of Altamonte Springs, called to the scene and the arrest was ;
ty Hospital where he had surgery on was charged with introduction of con made.
Randal William Andrews,19,356W. his hand Saturday. He was then traband into state Bond for I
The Starke Golf & country a prison.
Madison St.,Starke was eastbound on released. Harry Kaiser, 53, of Melrose, was
set at she
Harvey was $1,000 was
Club Is accepting member- Edwards Rd. driving approximately Damage to Andrews' 1981 Ford released on recognizance, according arrested and charged with aggravated -
ships for coif, Social Single, 75 miles per hour east of Orange St. pickup truck was$8,000. to Deputy Glen Moore. short-barreled assault, possession of a
early Jan. 19. The vehicle driven by shotgun possession
1 Andrews was charged with havingan
Retired and Out of Town Andrews left the roadway travelingeast expired driver s license and Melrose ManArrested of a concealed weapon.
memberships.Join alongside Edwards Rd. to the, careless driving, according to Later investigation revealed Kaiserwas
south In the ditch, turning sideways
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before Feb. 1 and save
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and spinning around. The vehicle School early Tuesday morning, thinking
Call'Herb Herrcs, 964-5441' came to rest facing north with the top Nancy Lynn Harvey was arrestedJan. it might be involved in the robberies Kaiser was released on his promise
for Information. portion of the Utility pole sticking 10,when she tried to take a small which have been occuring in to appear in court,according to Deputy -
". through the the cab of the amount of marijuana into Lawtey the area. As they neared the van the James Fitch.

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Tally Shows Only One in 1OO Bagged: : Deer in 'Blanding .Reserve;

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On the average about 1 out of calendar there. And 246 deer were were: 246 deer 23 turkeys,36 hogs,70 seemed to be in better health Gar better overaU health. Last year the 119>> of the deer were taken by killedin' 10,341:
I 100 hunters trying their luck in every the taken Just about 1 for every 100 quail, 795 cat squirrels 44 fox squirrels rison said. "They had more body fat stomach worm parasite counts were hunters (counting&about 50 does
f and handful of rabbits. and ,were just in better the anterless hunts). That compares -
Camp Blanding hunters. Of course those counts include a general running pretty high. When we make
: Thatryrdiingg Garrison called it overall condition. Because of that that this to 127 deer lugged by 15.843
year bagged a deer. to plenty of marksmen who bagged an average year. we count year it will help determine
season-long figures provided by resi- more than 1 prize and others who "It wasn't as good as last year," he should have a good fawn crop this the number of anterless permits hunters on the large, 43,000 acre, dog
dent Blanding wildlife biologist Jim were aiming for squirrels or some noted. "But then last year was an year and that would show up next for next year." side. .
Garrison last week. other kind of game.In especially good year, a record year. season. Garrison said the steel hunt side at Camp Standing will reopen for hun-
According to Garrison's count the 58 days of hunting, includingthe This year was more along the lines of "We're hoping that having the Blanding was much more prosperousfor ting In March for the Spring gobbler
26.184 hunters worked the Blanding preseason an average year here." anterless permit hunts the last 2 hunters this year, than the dog season! that runs into April.
woods up to the Jan. 7 end of the hunt muzzleloader hunts the kill lcounts One positive note was that deer years had something to do with the side. On the 15.0QO acre steel shot side J .-

I Florida Fresh Water Fish and Game Public Meetings Set Locally, Statewide ; I

TALLAHASSEE The Florida Rainey said the Commission will lands, steel shot requirements for all Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis- Jan. 25 In Gainesville at the Alachua J In Jacksonvllle at the Independent
Game and Fresh Water Fish be presenting/ the proposed 1982-83 guages in steel shot zonesi and "any sion will be conducting public hearIngs County Courthouse room 209, Jan. 26 Life Auditorium"AU"be-gln'at1:30: pin_ _
Commission will be soliciting public hunting and fishing regulations along deer" day on or fast day of during January. i
comments In January and February with discussing a wide variety of the general hunting season and a fall Items on the agenda include the it
when it begins a series of 18 public topics at the meetings."We turkey season in the northwest region. possible harvest of fox during ,.
meetings around the state. hope that persons interestedin Detailed information on the forbearing season, proposed wildlife I :
"For the twentieth-plus year the wildlife and freshwater fish public meetings can be obtained from management area changes and ad-
Commission will be going to the resources attend the meeting in their any regional office of the justments in the quota hunt system. !
people of the state to gather their area," Rainey said. Commission. Local interest items to be discussed i aiALLLI! .
thoughts and opinions on wildlife and Among the topics to be discussedat include expanding restricted driving i
freshwater resources in Florida," the meetings are all-day dove LAKE CITY In'an effort to keep areas on wildlife management areas .
said Commission chairman, Dr. C. hunting,visible antler rule, antlerless the public informed on the status and and wildlife alert. KEYSTONE HTS. 473-4003
Tom Rainey of Miami. deer harvest on public and private management of Florida's wildlife, the The schedule of hearings will be PALMETTOtNIQHTINQALE.


I ObituariesAlice I I l ; k JACK FROST FREEZE AND g

Pre-Season an WiON HIGH w

Agin RegisterMrs. Hershel Arnold Markham .ENERGY COST
Alice Agin Register; 83, of Hershel Arnold Markham, 48, of Card of Thanks Card of ThanksThe SALE :
Starke, widow of Freeman Alchua died Sunday at his home. I \
Register of the late
.We the family GeorgeR. family of the late Clyde '
Sr., died in the Riverside HOIIpltallnJacksonville Police reported Mr. ap- thank 0 a
self-inflicted Mack want to your many Hampton wishes to thank their friends
died of gun-
Thursday morning parently a friends who have been so very kind for the many acts of kindness during 9
following a long Illness. Mrs. Registerwas shot wound.A worked and thoughtful to us during the loss of their bereavement for cards letters, 0 1
a native and lifetime resident of Baptist minister iKWi
loved one. flowers and
Starke, born Feb. 24, 1898. She was a part time in the native Alachua of area Lake, City Rev., our Your visits, prayers, calls, and May God prayers.bless each of you l !
member of the Madison Street Baptist Markham was a
cards much to us. We would Gloria
mean so Hampton &
Church. and lived in Alachua all of his life. He Family .
also like to thank Haile Funeral .
She is survived by her son, was a graduate of the Southwest Home. May God bless each of you. R vi
Freeman Register, Jr.; three grand- Seminary School in Fort Worth, TX Arizona Mack& Family
children and ten greatgrandchildren.Funeral and a member of the First Baptist
services were held at Church In Alachua.
10:30: a.m. Saturday Jan. 9, in the He is survived by his wife .. ..-.
Chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Geraldine Markham of Alachua; his : 0 .:..
Home with her pastor, Rev. Rober mother Bessie Lee Markham of Valentine's Day Sale ....
Gillis officiating. Interment was in the Gainesville; two daughters, Medina S.Electric
Register family plot in Crosby Lake Gale Markham with the U.S. Navy ir, "or
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, dona- San Diego Calif., and Joy Dawn Start r
tions may be made to the Building Markham of Alachua; a son, Michael
Fund of the Madison Street Baptist Markham of St. Simon's Island,GA; a Give-A-Way
Church. brother, Glynn Markham of Alachua; 11 H.P. RoperTractor -
and one grandchild. 25 % Off
J. | fM- --- -
Figlock Theodora E. MyersMrs. ,1' ------::
Mr. Sigmund J. Figlock, 78,of 713 '" Entire Stock I
West Madison St., Starke died Sun- Theodora Myers, age 79,
'day, Jan. 10, in the Bradford County died in Orlando Monday Jan. 11,aftera Plus Reg. $1249 "
Hospital following a sudden illness. brief illness. \ Diamond L
Born in Hudson PA on Feb. 26, She lived in High Ridge Estates, .A Ring
1903, Mr. Figlock was a retired Industrial Keystone Heights, but had been in To Be Given > r
Engineer and had lived in the Orlando for the past few months with AwayBrier's $84995We
Starke area for the last nine years, her son. Mr. and Mrs. Myers moved to X highly recommend this most economical
coming here from Long Island, NY Keystone Heights in 1971 from Lake portable heal source. c:
He was a member of the Success City, where they had lived over 40 SAVE M00
Lodge No.1169 of F & A Masons in years. She was born in Leland, Illinois Gem Jewelry RADIANT I
Brooklyn. NY, and the Ancient Accepted May 3, 1902. She was a memberof Rated at 8,200 BTU's per hour. The moat com i
Scottish Rite in Rockville Cen- the First Assembly of God Church 109 E. Call Street Downtown Starke Other Tractors pact, moat economical Kero-Sun radiant) r:
tre, NY. Mr. Figlock had served four Keystone Heights. model.Qreal lor miller heating Jobs.Operates I STs:
years in the U.S. Navy, back in the Surviving is her husband, CharlesC. And Mowers from 28 to 39 hours on 1.7 gal. Kerosene. U.L.. |
1920's. and was a member of the Myers; two sons, Charles R. Myersof -----------------------. -----, listed.Heat up loa 16x17 size room.
Methodist Faith.Survivors Orlando and Richard V. Myers of I Win Brier's Gem Jewelry Win I To Choose From g
include his wife, Mrs. Keystone Heights; two brothers, Roy \. I a
Ann C. Figlock; two daughters, Ms. Johnson of Elgin, Illinois and Hiram j Name r "-'. I Ij :::
Barbara J. Killbride of Jacksonville Johnson of Seattle, Wash.; a sister II I t
Mrs. Alice I. Carbone of West Nyack, Mrs. Anne Meyer of Hinkley, Illinois; j Addressv.f.*' r-: ., ;-'.... ," I
NY; two sisters, Mrs. ,Theresa Shaw, ,five grandchildren and two great ..u.Ira 1I1of X N.,...p.p v r au I I. ... j. '.:.lea i// j.u ..I*. aaj i nnw ehnuia ,. A tin JWhfIUUYfS7CAPACITY}
of Waretown, NJ, Mrs. Helen Stupakof grandchildren. ''state_ .Zip; I i. .. UY QUALITY' ft .
Exeter, PA; and four grand- Funeral services will be held at 11 City (, \ I YSA .BUYQUALITY BY SAWYER
children. a.m. Thursday, Jan. 14, in the chapel 0" I
Funeral services were held at 2 of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I Phone
p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13, at the with Rev. Earl A. Thompson, pastorof I Need not be present to win r Vp purchase necessary I
graveside with Rev. Warren D. First Assembly of God Church, officiating I
Langer, Pastor of the First United Interment will follow in ______J Void. after January,! .23,1982- ________._ a .
i Methodist Church of Starke, ort Hope Cemetery at Theressa.

ficiatmgi Burial. was in the Crosby Lake BUDCET PRICE ? _

Cemetery with Masonic Rites at the
Jones Funeral Home, Starke, wi
handled the arrangements.

I Francis J. "Jerry" Carter, Sr. a
Mr. Francis J. "Jerry" Carter,
Sr. 83 died in the Regency OaksRehabilitation
{ and Convalescent
Center in Gainesville early Saturday

morning following a long illness. Mr. "''i" ,
Carter moved here in August 1979 USDA Choice ''''I .,",,1. \ '\ \\t\\I'\'" >
from Pensacola. He was born Feb 9, ,, ?\ .J'\ ;I h.' II.. \\1" ,I" ..
1898 in Marianna, FL. He was a ,'l\\f'It. ,
retired Advertising Manager for a \ ;' oiti
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department store, was an Army .,. \ USDA Choice \ ,
Veteran of World War I, and was a ChUCk149 '\ \\I I ,1\\\11\l\\\
member of the First Baptist Church, A' Cd
Pensacola, FL.Survived Round
by his wife, Gene i
99 "
Mansfield Carter; a daughter Peg 1M + .,'
MacMillan of Keystone Heights; two SALE PRICED "
sons, Francis J. Carter, Jr. of Birmingham tSteak\
AL and Donald V. Mac- USDA Choice : "?'l THRUTHUgg
Millian of Longwood, FL; nine grand Lb. O $
children and four great- -

grandchildren.Graveside funeral services were Shoulder79 ; ;
held at 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 11, in the : Tender.BabY
Keystone Heights Cemetery with Rev. win
Hubert White officiating. Intermentwas Beef ,
in the Mansfield family plot Roast I TRAD( -
under the direction of DeWitt C.Jones Lb. :
Funeral Home. 'I. 69C.
A//. ,
liver Iii t;:
Rev. Wm. L. Nofcier Premium"
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Services are set Friday, Jan. 13, at '" Grade A ''T".'"
2 p.m. at the Druid Hills Methodist ., '
Church in Ocala for Rev. William L. ''t\. :,IV.- \f;\ \VhirlpooITY. I
Nofcier who died Tuesday, Jan. 12, in FryersQtrs. \ "\,\,, .,',) '\\I,: ,
Gainesville.Rev.North Florida. Regional Hospital in ,1.\.... 1fj.", ,'" \..\ ..... I *

,1 Methodist. Nofcier minister and 88, former a retired col- \ t '' Lo-Fat Bread MODEL LA 5580 XK AUTOMATIC''WASHERFEATURfNG ''r

lege professor in schools in Ohio, Ken- p 179 "E
tucky, and Indiana: had been a resi- MILK e .
dent of Keystone Heights for the past r
89 Double-Duty
2 Here's
three years. Before that, he lived 18 \ 1.99 a great price 'on our s'
years In Ocala.- Reg. Milk Loaves Super SURGILATOR'Agitator; most popular washer. Features'r: .

He was a member of the First Wavy vertical ..,. 5 automatic cycles: NORMAL; t-:
United Methodist Church of Keystone POKBMBB BBBBBnOBBBBBMIBWestern lolor von. and uptw.pi .- GENTLE PERMT. PRESS _
Heights. He was born Aug. 4, 1893 in Turkey ;: .,tin' nip, KNIT 2 wash and 2 spin %:
Center .. ... alimlffata' loty
Cut wathlngaraai
Syracuse NY.Survivors Small Lean / .. ..-J v % ,' Vlgaroui, speeds Energy-saving water / !';
include his wife Mrs. Necks & f ,_ s \ I r' t walar action 110.lurgIng .. temp selector with 4 .washt ::
'Eulala Boatwright Nofcier of Pork r f lob.k." and .iMtpi orerinse combinations E- -

Mrs.Keystone Margaret Heights N. Lewis two of daughters Keystone, Pip t r.. N J '. 'j' ...a '.auca.,..."tha watHInf fharouah pallatnnaadad 'roll. load size-selector variablewatersaving :r.14. L4:'.

Heights and Mrs. Evelyn N. Triplett Wings 3 9 Chops 16 Ribs r I }", ......* uniformly la" gel all clwM.torga ..... .Bleach dispenser and more.S f:;
of Owansboro, KY.; a sister, Lena B. u. 12 r ;.S. .Q' load...tmalt.Into ;;;
"I Nofcier of Venice, FL, 7. grandchildren or \.1':...,,..... agitator "honalot lliom r.o
and ;- 'all. b
4 great-grandchildren.
aBmaana m amamHfmHfmfm ** ":
Burial will be In Forest Lawn :
... '''Memory Gardens in Ocala. Dr. Martha ./

f f' Landers Rutland-WallU, pastor' of and the Rev.KH David First The Meat Store SAWYER-SLIDE GS' ft.APPLIANCES ;

United Methodist :Church, ,. will officiate.
t i i DeWitt. C.Jones Funeral'Home Is in 332 W, Madison' '964-7701
I 103 Edwards Read Acres tnm Bradfard If
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.The_ 'J' Receives New Fire Truk,: 1 I I II

I know"'A rast attack on a'lire can be made 11,250. their personal-contrtbutlons and sup r

bY'the"Theressa Volunteer Fire Theressa Fire Chief Percy Sullivan port, since 1976 when the departmentwas .. 1* -- ,
which received a quick Jr. along with other members of the organized. Without this support, c
response truck Dec. J4 from the Divt Theressa Volunteers would like to express the truck received would not have
sfon of Forestry In the new-parking tot their appreciation to the peopleof been possible.
at the
Bradford County Courthouse; Theressa and surrounding area,for
,The? gallon capacity l 19OT Kaiser M
truck has W, built by the
Service personnel during the time Dream Girl Pageant Set
they weren't fighting fires.The track

feet Is equipped of Witch with a utility body, loo The 1982 Dream Girl Pageant is set deadline. Entry fee Is $25. Entrants
nozzle, electric' hose with reel, Feb.27 In the Banquet Room of Tina's may have a business as sponsor or
siren, and has a lime Little Italy Restaurant on US-301 in pay the fee themselves.The .
green paint job.
south Starke. talent portion of the pageant Is
The quick response truck will be used Deadline for entering is Feb. 20. not required, but Is open to anyone. I
by Theressa to
try and reach a fire The
pageant is open to anyone 3-21 who is interested.
as quickly as possible to try and years of age.Divisions Competition attire will be suit and
disperse or at I least
detain it until are tie for
their : Tiny Dream Boy contestants,
1 larger engine can arrive with its ,Tiny Dream Boy ages 3-6. short party dresses for Tiny Dream
truck; gallons of water. The larger Tiny Dream Girl ages 34. Girl contestants, and long gowns for Fire Fighting Agreement...
a 1943 GMC military 2 1/3 ton Little Miss Dream Girl ages 7-10. Dream Girl contestants 7-21.
m vehicle!? was received through the Junior miss Dream Girl, ages 1115. Entry forms be ages picked at District Forester A.G. McCullers. center right, Also pictured. 1-r. are Bradford County Commis
may up sioners Maxle
Civil Defense in Instructions and of the Carter. Jr. and Lawrence
1976: The Theressa Miss Dream Girl, ages 1621.A Norman's Produce on US-301 north, presents operating a copy 50-year Mosley. Fire
iI Volunteers purchased lease-purchase agreement toTheressa Fire Chief Percy Department Sec./Treas. David Griffis and President
a tank and winner and first and second and The Image Maker 1209 N. Tem Wayne .
a pump and built the fire truck runner-up will be chosen in each age pie Ave. Sullivan, Jr.
:: themselves. Maximum speed of the division. Winners will receive a
large truck is about 35-45 miles per crown trophy, banner, and flowers.
C- 'hour. Runners-up will receive trophies. An
'The quick response truck cost'the over-all winner will receive a$50 cash
S Theressa Volunteers a total of $3,818 prize. '
?- of which the Fire Department paid The Dream Girl Pageant is
Zl= $2,568 which has been raised through sored by The Image Maker, US-301 spon va ty' Sale Good Thru 1 /1682MAVING
SS! fish frys and Halloween 'carnivals north in Starke (phone 964-7100). 11
S3 Aver the past four years.The balance Pageant coordinator and director is
3S was paid through' Federal Grant Mrs. Debra Norman.A .
2T,., Cost Sharing program from the State photo, application and entry,fee
Wit; through the Division of forestry for must be submitted by the Feb. 20


I BrookerNews By C.E. "Sue" Davis

Phone 485-1344
& The birth of "Hunter such as padouk from India, purple
::! ,yy Enterprises" an exotic work shop is a heart, rose wood, from South
S dream come true for one Stephen A. America, and elbony zebra, oak
S Hunter of Brooker. This all began cherry and mahogany from other
= when Hunter, /age 7. along with his countries, as well as maple from
- parents moved to Gainesville from Florida. .
a ... Duval County. A short time after arriving Hunter attends quite a few of the
a tt in Alachua County this art shows throughout the state
;; energetic young man,with the aid of a displaying his products and at present
::t s. friend, salvaged from the nearby has a etagere clock made of oak and
:i I swamp land a large cypress log which walnut with brass trim glass shelveson !
w he, carved into a totem pole anderected display at the Art Collector Gallery 3.0Qa.
i In his back yard. in Gainesville.

1-1i I As Hunter reached his teen years (For those interested Hunter
his desire to work with wood did not keeps a good supply of exotic wood
diminish\ so at the age of 13 he undertook available at his shop.)
I the building of a sailboat and Boy Scouts plan bake sale and car
cam' Small trailer for transporting the boat wash.The
V$ to Newman Lake. After the project public is asked to support the
\ was complete, Hunter with the aid of Boy Scouts in a fund raising project of
a friend would pull Die trailer by a bake sale in front of Green's
bicycle power to the lake for a day of Grocery and a car wash at the school
sailing. Saturday, Jan. 16.
Completing high school at Money collected at the two sales
Gainesville High, Hunter enrolled at will go toward a community projectthe
Central Florida Jr. College in Ocala Scouts will do in the near future.
:,.> for two terms then joined the Around Town ,
Mariner's. After serving a four year Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
hitch he returned to Gainesville wherehe Dale Polk were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
was employed by one of the local Grubbs and children Jennie and
m"; building supply companies. Frank of Thomaston, GA. Mr and
i.-i.l: The water bed craze hit the counT Mrs. Jeff Waddell and children and
!? try about this time and Hunter, who Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Waddell and son
self of Woodbury GA.Celebrating .
was taught by books ,
. and watching others, began building a late Christmas din
water bed frames. ner with the Rev. Andy Moon family I t
Applying for a contract license as last Saturday were his parents, Mr.
::: his business flourished the next two and Mrs. T.J. Moon and Linda Jacobsof

i-e: =! spit! : onehalf"yers thil"yQung.rnan.. Lakeland. .
mltT ;r.rniuppUed"'elght".outietsthroughou Greg Lewis and wife Tiny Hodge We've- ,1.
the state of Florida with Lewis are the new parents of a son got-savings Qfy Limited No RoincrivcVs
'.:pverrtoo jtitfeivat typea'-oTJratoes ,born Jan: 7,;Joseph i Dennis Lewis!
Fg.ir price from$12.00 to$300.00 weighed in at 8 IDS. 13 oz. and up our sleeves when Men's Dress Shirt Pocket the savings on a 7-button front
measured 21 and three-fourths inches. dress shirt with center top placket and long tail styling!
eacn.Still burdened with the desire to The proud grandparents are Mr. Perma-press ease In polyester/cotton blends. "
learn from others, Hunter became involved and Mrs. Pete Hodge and Allen Lewisof .it comes to, dress shirts. 'eJ basic white In sizes 14-i T
"J in construction of homes and Brooker, Shirley Hodge of .'

cabinet making for the next seven Gainesville and Ruby Easterling of ........ . ., .oJI
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years. After much thought In 1979, he Stauburg, VA.Greatgrandparents are ) "
resigned his Joi: and purchased a tract Shurley Johnson of Fort White, Ruth \ \(
of land in the Brooker area and built a Johnson of Keystone, and Effie Best buys lV
j house on stilts near the Santa Fe river Hodge, Amanda Lewis, Margeret
where he now resides with his wife McEwen all of Brooker. ,
Ruth of four years. Mrs. One Prescott and Mrs. John on some \ 1 <(; 1
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f Starting out with a band saw, Cone are visiting friends and relatives \y) (
In Atlanta this week.
table saw and a few hand tools two
and a half the temporary We are happy to see Rhonda Har- 1 1
years ago .
super Tom
rel home recouperating after ?
shop beneath his home has become a 1 wipe
complete equiped wood work shop undergoing several tests at Alachua "" I 1'Lrn

where he and partner custom build General hospital. ... ..._. .,
, A to Sam Lee gables
. dining tables with benches jewelry speedy recovery IOOI I
boxes, chests, coffee tables, hammer and Coy Edwards who are both patients *
, dulc er's, etc. from exotic woods in the Veterans Hospital. 1.57 wiping

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Friends of Mrs. Oscar Vanzant bara Harvey, Atlanta, GA visited his scenes of off ;
(Mr. Cecil Hardee (a sister) regret to cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelleyat enjoyed most was the Pyramids

I LawteyNews ........ .... .. .......t.sp assMrs. . . .. ..,.. learn Vincents that Hospital she is, Jacksonville.a patient in Our St. noon on Pam Saturday.Miss Moore., of Gainesville, Egypt.Mr .and Mrs. Roger Eunice of

prayers are with her. visited her grandmother Mrs. Fred China Grove, NC, are spendingsomette
'. ,' ,. .\ : Mr., Larry ,NJman.and'her': Moore .*r "1 with their parents, Mr.:1iDii-f
on Saturday afternoon. \ /.s( ,
: It Roberts and Mr. Lila of Starke 'spenlSunday daul ter 'Rhortda :-;:.::::
Fred here
Mrs. .
by Elltabeth Terry > Miv'ei Henry .; and mother, Mr. and Mrs.: TrumanNorman. : ; ,, Mrs.: Harold Eunice.
\ Phone 1 2-3lOO *,*'?1'f( '. .' &;Mrs.Robert B.,Keith of Jackson- afternoon with. Mr.-& Mrs Mrs Cla Sttrttng,'attended the wed were last Sunday dinner guests of, ..Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray.

''' .!-'t.. "* *, :' t vllle spent last Sunday with. Mrs.John. Lonnie Teston. ding of 'MlssJ.ReneerCrawford; and their son and dau te..ln-Jaw, Mr, <, Jacksonville, visited Mr. and .h?='
Tye, Sr.- Mr. & Mrs. Barry Watts and Barry John Zeck Evergreen- Baptist and Mrs. Reggie typrmah at ..Harold Eunice, on Sunday. -J: i'
; Church: Schedules and Activities Deepest sympathy of the community Lee spent Thurs. until Sat. with Mr. & Church on Saturday, Jan. 2 at 6:30: Ichtucknee Springs. ; ,Mrs. Ann Andrews, of Wnd* ::
Is extended to Mrs. Fred'Moore, Mrs G. C. Stanley of Crescent City. PmMr. ; Henry Reddish, son of Mrs. Rossie I spent Sunday with her mother, Mrtjc-:;
I Church: of God: and, Mrs. Margie Boyer of Tampa Mr. & Mrs. Emory Eunice and and Mrs,*Don Parcelluzz and Reddish, returned Friday from a tripto Fred Moore. ..:-

Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship because of the death'of her husband, family of Gainesville; Mr. & Mrs. their mother, Mrs:C.E. Strickland, of the Holv Land where he saw lots of .-..::. .:::.......
Service 11 a.m. & 6 p.m., Prayer Mr. Bruce Boyer. in Tampa on Monday TomBarry and son Tom; Jr. of Gainesville, visited her sister Miss :
Meeting and YPE Wednesday 7:30 Dec. 2t. Jacksonville, Mr. & Mrs. Phil Euniceof Elizabeth Terry Tuesday afternoon : .;;.:;;...
,Mrs. Opal Lewis and Mrs. Doric Lake City were New Years after visiting"another daughter: in, ServicemenM.:

p.m.They had a Christmas program on Barber and children spent SaturdayDec. weekend guests. of, Mr. & Mrs. Harold.. Jacksonville. <. ;1 j .
Wed., Dec: 23rd. 19 until Dec. 24 with Mrs. Lewis Eunice: Miss Esther' Mason, of Jackson- .; ::'7-i

Evergreen Baptist: sister, Mrs. Clara' Cummings', in ville, was a luncheon guest of Miss .. .. -. ......
Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Wilmington, N. C. Mr. & Mrs. Lonnie Adams of Arthurine Blanchard on Friday Marine Sgt. 4th Marines, now based at Camp jle- ::
Service 11 am: & 7 pm., Training Miss Arthurhie Blanchard and Miss Jacksonville were Sunday dinner Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Ar William D. Harvey jeune, N.C. i.!
Union 6 p.m.; Prayer Meeting Wed.,, Elizabeth Terry were New Years linnet' guests of the Robert Lee's. thurine Blanchard visited her sister Returns from Okinawa ,.;-; .....
7:30 p.m. guests of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Mr. & Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. ...

Faith Baptist: Smith, their daughter, Mrs. Jim Lament their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. & Thelma Wilson at MacClenny at Marine Sgt. William .D. Harvey, A 1972 graduate of Fort Mende.High "

Bible School 10 a.m., Worship Ser- and son, and Mr. & Mrs: Dale Mrs. E.:L. Kelly at Keystone. Heightson Baker Nursing Home on Wednesday whose wife, Sandra is the daughter of School, Fort Mende, Fl., Harvey joina
vice 11 a.m'. & 7:30: p.m., Prayer Lamont and son Craig of Miami. Mr. Sunday afternoon. afternoon. Mrs. Wilson was gettingover Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Gibson:of Lawtey, ed the Marine Corps. in July. 1978..;.. 3
Meeting Wed. 7:30: p.m. Smith Is in bed until he sees his doctor Mrs.: Ann Andrews of Wildwood a case of the flu. recently returned from Okinawa. 3PilotLight ::

First Baptist) Jan. 13. Mr.'Jim. Lamont. .does have came Friday and left Sunday after a Garr Golley, of Starke Nursing He is a member of 2nd Battalion 1

Sunday School 9:43: Worship the flu. visit with her mother, Mrs. Fred Home, and his daughter. Mm Rar- _, :. ;::'
Service: 11 a.m. & 7:30: p.m.,.Training Mr. & Mrs. Larry Norman and Moore Other guests for the same ---- .."-.--------
Union 6:30: 'p.m., Prayer Meeting their mother, Mrs. Ola Starling at- time were Mr. Bob Royal and his T
Wed. 7:30 p.m Rev. Lester Austin tended the Watch Night service at mother, Mrs. Jewel Wade. ::
was our speaker at Prayer Meeting. Graham Baptist Church on Thurs. G db !
Grace United Methodist: where hereon is Pastor. Mr. & Mrs. H. C. Kelly and their son 00 ye : 3

Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship. Jimmy Gallagher and friend LorinOf and daughter-in-law, 'Mr: & Mrs. :
Service 11 a.m. & 7 p.m. Miami were Tuesday overnight Wendell Kelly of Lake Worth and
Highland Missionary Baptist: guests of Mr. & Mrs. Randy Roberts Mrs: A. P. Hallman of Keystone The Energy Miser System hff:.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship and family Mrs. Randy Roberts and Heights visited their brotherinlawand -
Service 11 a.m. & 6 p.m.;Choir Prac- children went. home with them for two sister, Mr.:& Mrs. Roy Tomlinsonin Meet the Whirlpool gas furnace with the Energy

tice Sunday 7 p.m., Prayer. Meeting weeks. Belleview, their nephew and niece, Miser system It's designed to help conserve fuel. It i ..'
Wed. 7 p.nY. Mrs. Beulah\ Norman' had a New Mr. & Mrs; Allen Fort, and family in features direct spark ignition instead of astanding :. '
Cora Baptist:. Years Eve dinner for the family. Mr. Dunnellon, and another nephew and .
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship & Mrs. Edward Roberts, Mrs:Mona niece, Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Counts and pilot light. An automatic vent damper to help keep .

Service 11 a.m. & 7:30: p.m., Prayer Johns and family;Miss Jerry Rondez, family in Ocala on Monday; heat from going up the chimney and a night setback .;..:-
Meeting Wed; 7:30 Watch Night and Rick:Rondez, Mr. & Mrs. MarcusNorman
p.m. thermostat to raise and lower temperatures auto li : <
service was observed Thurs. at 7 p.m. and girls, Wayne Norman, Ray and Mrs. Bill' Wilson, Jr. ;ig :
Long Bridge Baptist: Danny Norman, Randy. .; Dennis and' returned to Washington with' Col. It matically. You couldn't afford to be without onel i' -.-.' '
Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Dusty Roberts. Mrs. James F. Doughtery and sons. : .
Service 11 a.m. & 7:30: p.m., Prayer Mr & Mrs. Ralph Futch and famil Mrs. Bill Wilson, Jr. returnedSunday -- : :::
of Black Mountain, N.C., Mr: & Mrs 'J
Wed 7:30 will home'
Meeting : p.m. right and Ray come on
Riley Sweat and son Johnny, Mrs.
Morgan Road Baptist: Wednesday.;
Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Lavonia Griffis and Mr. It Mrs. Willie Mr. &'Mrs. R. H. Kelly and sons of irk /ool +:

Service 11 a.m. & 7 p.m., Training Green were New Years dinner guestsof Jacksonville, Mr. & Mrs: E. 'B. Rowe ata/t .
Union 6 p.m., Prayer. Meeting Wed.. 7p.m. their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Scruggs of Chiettand HEATING COOLING JL PRODUCTS _
& Mrs. Edward Green. were Sunday dinner guests of Mr & -
NorthsUle Baptist: Mrs. D'. "O. Brown and daughters, Mrs. James'Kelly and their mother, Hayes Electric & Air Conditioning : ;
Shawna and Miss Sandra Thomas of
Sunday School 10 a.m.. Worship Mrs. Susie Williams. -
Service 11 a.m. & 7 p.m., Prayer Jacksonville, and MrsIrma Brown of Elizabeth Smyth returned to 964.8744 '. .;,
N. Ave.
355 Temple :
Hastings went'to Tampa'for the : .
Wed. 7
Meeting after
p.m. Jacksonville Sunday spending .
SmrnalIsslonary: Baptist: weekend. week with her grandparents, Col. it .. -" -., "
Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Mrs. Edna Harley, and Mr. & Mrs. Mrs. William Wilson; ,. .. ,,', '" .
Service 11 a.m. & 7 p.m., Prayer Ralph Smart of Jacksonville spent -
Meeting Wed. 7 p.m. Tues. afternoon with Mrs. Lois
Carter and her aunt, Mrs. Debbie .
Personals Phillips. of'St. George, Ga. i Keystone Heights Ads :
Mr. & Mrs. M. D. Crapse, Sr. spent .
Mr & Mrs. Lonnie Teston were New Years Day and night with their !
Christmas dinner guests of Mr. & son and daughter-in-law Sgt:and Mrs. WANTEDUSED PERSONAL FOR SALE .'
Mrs. Charley Mosley of Highland. Mike Crapse, Jr. of Hinesville/Ga. -
Mr. & Mrs. Dempsey Walker and Mr. & Mrs. J. E. Norman of Miami c SERVICES LAKE LOT on sand bottomed +"

son, Mr. Destery Walker of Jacksonville visited with their cousins, Mr. & Mrs. I WILSON T-300O tennis lake In Hillcrest.,..$800: S
and Mr. & Mrs. John Steele Oscar Carter on Wednesday. racquet, call 473.2210 or CARPENTER WORKl kltch.n.cabln.t. down, $146.44 per (Wonthr=' !
were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Floyd Jenkins of 473.4380 offer 5.00 p.m.tfnpd Phone 173.4038or' *
and trim
Jacksonville and Mr.:'& Mrs. Perry 473.4367 after 6' 'p.m..: '5Hnehg
& Mrs. Lester Walker and family. LET S GROW! 117WORK carpenter. Reasonable
1/7 .
Nicula were Christmas dinner guestsof ;
Mr. & Mrs. James Waters spent WANTED- port or full
price Call Ed Dempsey at
Thursday and Friday with their son Mr. & Mrs.O. Nicula and- .daughter, lime s atarial-clercal! 473.7054 between 7.30: Height, ownep'--?
and daughter-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. J. S. Vickie. typing, 30 yean ex a.m. to 5:30: p.m. financed 10
Waters and family of Fitzgerald, Ga. Mr. & Mrs Vaughan Prescott and perience. Call Doris at 1/7tfnchg percentIn
family of Kingsley Lake and' Mr. & 473.4493. Itrchg 1/14 terest lots on clear; sand
Mrs. Wilma Wainwright went to YARD WORK house work bottomed lake,
Jacksonville Friday and was a Mrs. Junior Austin were Sunday din- : PIANO DONATION needed window, hauling, mowIng sell from 9900.priced One ltd'
Christmas dinner guest of her'son-in- ner guests of their parents; Mr. & i TREES for senior citizen retirem.nt logs split anything. five acres overlooking take
law and daughter, Mr. & Mrs. 'Allen Mrs. Leonard Norman. : village. Will provide 475.1720 before 9 a.m. (access available with
Brown and family and friends.Mr Mrs. L. H: Harper of Starke spent transportation. Call 2tpd 1/7-1/23 nice trees from 3.500,,
& Mrs. Robert Lee' went to Sunday afternoon with her mother, 473-4145. Itchg 1/14 CARPENTRY AND MASONRY $500 down, $50 a month.,

Jacksonville on Sunday to visit .their Mrs., Carl Prevail,.;;--... : RWT'TR.FES.x.: ,: '. ,. ,. ,.. 'COLLEGE GIRL available, WORK<; g411digpgtlps:!\ ode Commercial frontage-.
brother, Mr. Vyrus Lee. Mr: Lnctati: !} P....."'olr8ltitieevilre"and'Miss' : J Include'Peatchl. 0(' .;. ",.. Tuesdays and: 'Thursdays dIJt ru.,.. remodeling" Inv.um.n'6pporf nlty.
; ..,.. ., for house cleaning. Have i
? honries-aadtle| work poin
BreqcJa. P.r vat.t of ..
Mrs. John Tye, Sr. spent ChistmAsEve t. SR-21 N. Owner-sateimoiV.
and Christmas Day'with Mr. & Tallahassee were 'Christmas-dinner a Pear, FigV'and Plum references.transportation'and1 Call 4731538. tiriy"Frre.: s'll'mates.' ., 473-4373.:' tfnchg' 1/7 -"'.*I' '

Mrs. Tommy Talley and family of guests .of their parents 'and grandparents c ., Phone 473-4473 during r
Jacksonville: ; Mr. & Mrs. Fleam Starling. Vj c : FOR RENT day. 4tchg 17127. Blueberry plant, large;?
Mr. & Mrs Robert Whetsel of Mr. & Mrs. Franklin Starling and 4 YARD SALE third year. $3.50. Rlverlond,'' ;
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Keystone Heights; Mr. & Mrs. Gary family of Bryceville were their supper ': OFFICE SPACE for rent. Farm, wholesale retail. "
Whetsel of North Carolina, and Mr. & guests: Keystone Office Center GARAGE SALE Bake sale, Weekday after 6 p.m. and
Mr. & Mrs. Lester Walker and fami- weekends, 468.2769 1/7.
Mrs. Hubert Priest were Christmas ,, call 475-2160 after 4.00: Postmaster Village -
: tfn
dinner guests of Mr. & Mrs. Robert ly were Sunday dinner guests of their p.m. tfnchg 10/29 Clubhouse, Hutchinson MOBILE chg.HOME.12ft.x6O.-.' }'
Lee parents, Mr. & Mrs. John Steele. j 3BR. 2BA. HOME CH/A $350 Rd., Fri. and Sat., 9 a.m. 3 good condition, c'.ani'' .
I per month. lake access. p.m. Jan. 15.16 call
I ready to move. 1973"
1\\ 4734145. 1/14.
376 0078. tfnchg 12/3 Itchg model. $4,800 firm.*
I' 16592500. 2tchq 1/7-14:
$130 and up. 4732879. Saturday 640 N.W. Bird
Bradford-Union lake Geneva Mobil.Home Ave., opposite athletic J'
Park': 12/17 tfnchg field Item Include BIO LAKE SANTA FE:..'
3 BR HOME: Overlooking 3-speed bike, adult tricycle Beautiful' lot with large '.
lake Geneva. Available recllner. 2 wicker treet, 118 ft. lake front: ,jn.private .
V Tech News about January 15. chairs etc. Itpd 1/14. area near Metros..r/
0- ... 4733680. 12/31 tin Asking 38500. Call owner' I

,,, TWO MOBILE HOMESt Furnished HOMES FOR 13789750. 4tchg 1/7-28," : i:
In seclud.dM.Irose.
177 CHIVY VAN.coptoln i
Both 2-bedroom. SALE choirs, sofa bed Ice box I
Local Beauticians The students: will correspond with $160 and $150 per month sink. Call 473-4441. 2tchg
plus deposit; Call 4751368. :SOING OVER
Attend Continuing each other. For the project, the 1/7. I11.SEVERAL ;
12/31 3tchg 1/14 SIll cute 2 bedroom .
Education Classes ITEMSI N.go., 63
students designed own company a w.--- 2 Bit MOBILE HOME 1 '/. house, lake aces*,. pick-up truck, 3/4.JooOOJ
Fifty-seven local beauticians at- stationery. A grand 'opening art both new carpet beautiful large' wooded need clutch runs good

tended a continuing education course nouncement \using three colors and a t ,t, ri remodeled!, access to lake lot. ossumoble mortgageat $430; latest edltlonb,
at the Vo-Tech Center, Dec:7th: picture' utilized spirit masters. and. g, Geneva prefer y.orround 9%, call owner Encyclopaedia Brllannlca,:r,
Each licensed beautician Is required memeograph: i t.nnont.coIl473.4165 after 473.2735. tfnchg 1/7 $300; Sanyo Co..ette)(\
by law to attend eight hours of Mrs: Becky Reddish, business instructor 6 p.m. 2tchg 1/7.1/14. FOR SALE Lake Geneva transcriber with phone, s'
continuing education In cosmotology ; uses the project to prepare SMITH LAKE 2 BRHouse, Mobile Home Sal... $7,770 recording device, $373;,,,
each year to'renew their license. students for similar situations in actual $200 a month unfurnish 10 down $99 month for 1968 William Craft '14,.a

Cathy Coleman'and Jewel Greene employment.Miscellaneous! ed. Call 1.388.3559 14X50 Liberty. Double ft. travel trailer need*.liv,.< ,',
were the presenting artists. They daytime or 17721775. wide. starting at 13995. tenor work. $450; Col-..
showed the latest hair fashions from COMMERCIAL STORE-office- Com check all of our 473-1702 anytime .Itcha*:
New York and Paris. warehouse space, 23'x40' model and special prices. 1/14. ,.t,
News SR-21, $200 month. '/ mile !
on per > East of Keystoneon
Vo-Tech cosmotology students
Call 473.4375 1/14 tfn chg. Hwy 100. tfnchg 1/7 r
James Sewell will graduate !
assisted with the program. $150 BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA !
Mrs. Betty Stevens, instructor has January 5, from Carpentry Class. He 12x60 per mobile month 2-bedroom home access lots from $S,500,< -
several students who have already will be an Instructor at Sunshine Assorted acre-siz.d wooded lot. Call MISCELLANEOUSIINGO.AMIRICAN $300 down $71.74 per ''
taken or are preparing to take the Acres teaching basic carpentry skills. PECAN 376-5938 after 6 p.m.2tchg; month. Discount. on entire)
Heavy Equipment Operation Class PECAN 10 One Waterfron
state test for their license. OFFICE ocret.
Sharon Gruenwald and Ellen now has openings. Class length is 28 Curtis Mahan SPACEfocing LEGION HALL SR21. lot Call 473-4373. 1/1-4
Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto
weeks. Call 964-6150 for Infor- Saturdays. 7pm. and Sundays tfnchg .
Jackson have already taken the test. more TREES Andrews Drugs. Call : ?, '?
Richard Merritt; Mike Eddy, and mation. APPLE 473.3411. 1/14 tfnchg. 2' to 5.'Public Invited. ;.
Annette Crews are preparing to take Students interested in any class at Reg. 7.50S5.97 MOBILE HOME for rent on'I Hnchg 1/7 MOVING SAII- love.'.eoitable .

the test this month.IMasenary the Vo-Tech may enroll at anytime.The Anna Dorsett lake Geneva. 2 BR, fur. I OVIRIAT..S'ANONYMOUS... stereo tool., p4onl;, !
No dues, fan heater, much ,
next G.E.D. test will be given Golden nlshed $175 month more i
Students Feb. 1519. Appllcations'are now be- plus $100 deposit per Call fees.or welgh-fnsv Open .Corner' of Magnolia ;endj.t
ing accepted. Cost for all five tests is 473.4149 after 4 I Itchg meeting Tuesday T:30 p.m. Flamingo llpd 1/14 .' co
Busy PracticingTheir p.m '
at St. ,Ann. Episcopal fRIGIDARi FROSTPROOFfreeier ,
Trade $14.50.G.E.D. Preparation clases for and the Assorted Assorted Assorted 1/14. Church Keystone Height.. 1S.7 cult,.323.,; .;
are always day
open Thursdays 9:30: a.m. Com 'Call 473.2867'wo.kende. .
+ Masonary students have been busy -
putting into practice skills learned..in night.Business classes have a new IBM FRUIT GRAPEVINES APPLE HELP munlty.. Stat.473-2790 Bank or ofStork. ,only Itpd 1/14. .-; .. .-
the classroom. WANTEDWORICINO
Display writer. TREES 96/-8587. tfnchg 1/7
Their contribution to the MiddleSchool's -
The Heavy Equipment.Operationclass ALC0H0IICfANONYMOUScto.ed'
new addition included ""put has been extending the leach Reg. 4.50 Reg. 3.50 7.50 CLASS HEROES ...
ting up the block, pouring new bed of the Lawtey Elementary sewer Employment S.rvlc. Serving meeting Monday' at 8 MONITOR' .. :,
sidewalks, and building trash Bins. system. Sand for the project was 83.77 82.77 85.97Asst. Keystone Height and p.m. Op.n meetings Fri. 473-2210 "
The class recently finished a dog hauled by the Vo-Tech Commercial Melrose areas low fees. day'. 8 p.m. All meetings'at
pound for the city of Starke near the Vehicle Driving Class. 4734472. 1/7 tfn the educational
Armory on Edwards Road. The Welding Class has ordered a for ambitious housewife.Earn Building. Community Call Linda .,..> .
When not bosy in the classroom;the Church. 473.2790 -
new plasma arc cutter and welder or
top commission $$$ 473.2210 : .
class cheers Dn their classmate FLOWERING TREESReg. 473-21 M. tfnchg 1/7 ; :
from Georgia Welding. Students will selling membership and > ) .
Gerold Goodman who plays. for. the be trained in Stainless Steel and advertising for local out I :e.,
B.H.S.. Basketball Team. Aluminum. 83.77 door club. All training provided .. .
$4.50 "t <
"Florida View" Is a current listingof bonus Incentive Steve Broadway Huntley :t.

Business Students jobs available in the Jacksonville Redbud. Green Weeping Willow Writ. P.O. Box 1283. I R*.M___rn'e ,.j ;; :..:
Simulate Business area and the state. Interested Floridunda FIW Crab Keystone Height* Fl. TREE SERVICE sAtvzc l"w
Vo-Tech business students have students.may look at the'Florida 32656. : ; ::
View" in the Vo-Tech Guidance office LADY TO LIVE IN do light I ;
small Sale
simulated practice Good While -"
business letters. '. any time. Quantities LatJfamily ) housework and'pr.por.. ..,...Y*
food for two. Salary, room Trimming N Xst
.The students with businesses are, Drafting students have designed a ?*
Katherine Brown Mary Jo Clarkson, new cover for"the student-handbook. 4751712.and board. 473-2133 'or Free Estimate ,... 11 t 4>j4irf'teeelr

Rebecca Daniels, Sylvia Jefferson, A placemat advertising the school has T G Y .Ri fORD SQUARE I Itchg i11'AUTOiMECHANIC. Of ..... 2 toO *'r

Sue Greer, Edith Kennan., Elaine distributed also been completed. and will be Be ) 1 Service'' 473-4732 I WrtrM A lle.tee I
to" area restaurants in
Kennan, Karen McNabb Vickie Manag.r. .,
1 Richardson. Brenda Robinson. Linda February:; ') '. Starke Fla; Call Working Class HeroesEmployment After 5P.M.keystojiejhlelght. enfng *rodfordCountlee a c4r{ N

Robinson Shelly Rowe,' Martha Vocational Education' Week Is centers Services, I I b. r.w
Smith and Elaine-Stevens < February 7-15. 473-4472, !l(14( 2tchg 1/21 I. ." .ry
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Deadline for a classifiedad

Color TV's is TUESDAY NOON IILL'S SAW SHOP Complete $45.00 per load; $85. cord.In 34x36". 25 cents each. Used HOME PARK mobile homes 1977 FORD LTD Burned Interior.

:: preceding Thursday sharpening service circular Starke area. Next doorto In printing newspaper. and spaces for rentRecreational Sell for parts. Phone /7ritiflcrn
riS'X(Henna's before 468-218S alter 6 PM. 12/17
publication. hand carbide Morgan Road Baptist Great for minor repair vehicles
"!\J etjn:! receiving Because of increase in chain mower blade hollow Church. 12/17 fin |ob.. Bradford County welcome Phone 468.2912. tin I II

; Chorfhel's 30 & 47 postage there will be a ground 'and balanced. DOUBLE CANOPY BED and Telegraph 't4- 305. tin. TFchg VW RABBIT 1977 door, II I
t USED Furnltwre HOUSEKEEPING and speed, A/C. well maintained I '
NEW sleepIng
5 782-3577 new charge for( billing. Leave at Jackson Building dresser. Two spreads, 2 CARPET. -'LREALTY
I appliance TV. and air. One owner car
Starke canopies. Box springs
Supply Keystone I
9 urn 7 pm The new charge will be
17 j f" Heights or Lake Butler mattress Included. $250. Plumb fixture* and pipes Underwood Motel. 3 miles 3300. Call 782.3054 after i
- $1.00 for each ad. Sendin TFchg Call 431-1648. 12/17 tfn BARGAIN CENTER. US-301 North of Starke on Hwy. 6 PM. Jtchg 1/14 I PHON

fnionJoiinty I your money with ad ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IfM MASSEY FERGUSONback So.. 964-6679. 2/5 tin 301. 10/9 tIn 1972 CHEVEUE: $300 or best CECILIA 964-7776 m

or pay for ad when you : hoe 3165.) Good con. 'DO.DROP.IN BARGAIN MOBILE HOMES: Highway 16 offer Call 964.5734. Itpd ERwiiitGAR 205 N. Temple Starke L.J.::!

place it.., SAVE $$$ Phone 964-9148 or 9647619. dition. $5,000. or best of HOUSE! 301 South. and Hwy. 16 and 225. 1/14 I
fer. Hat front end loader 964-6740. We buy and sell Cleanl! Call 4681323. 3/12tfn 1976 CAPRI: White, 4..p..d.
-Minimum charge $2.50, TFchg "'5 INCIlEO/OU/
SEWING and ditch digger. Call used furniture and ap.plianc. $1500.00. Call 9647910.
each word over 15 is 10- MACHINES i WE''' PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH'
REPAIRED All makes Frank Morris 496-3900. ... 8/13 HnRECONDITIONED 3 BR, I BA LIVING ROOM 1/14 tfn PEOPLE
each. TV'S Color 19SO FORD F150. 4x4. ,
'cleaned oiled and ad. 12/31 3tpd 1/14 : dining room A kitchen
d lusted. $15. Work HAY Argentlna-Bahla. Per1tlllied starting at $100.00. central heat and air. In speed., 302 eng. A/C; : SPECIALTOWNHOUSES

**Not responsible fur errors guaranteed. James twice. No rain. J. M. Trade-in's welcome. Phone Hamptcn Phone 468.1779. PS; PB: AM/FM stereo 4 In Starke-The
when ad la given over the Strickland Edwards, 964-3379. 1/07 9648212. 6/11 tin ((1st months rent in advance new 12.50 x 15 RVT tires;
corner MorganRd.
PERSONAL telephone or when copy la not and Hwy 16. TFchg 21chg 1/14 5-V GALV. ROOFING) .))5/7 tfn pipe bumper sliding rear ultimate in prestige luxury living at

typed& brought to the office CHAIN LINK FENCE Install LANDFILL Free for moving. 64.20, 7'$4.95: 855.70; TRAILER LOTS: High' and dry window, pos traction front a sensible price and with less

RVICES ed. Free estimates. Handy. Also have used concrete 9'$6.4510'$7.2011'-$7.9': ; oak shade tree: 2 miles and rear Very low responsibilities Close to everything
Man Fence Co. 964-8559. blocks priced reasonably.Call 5I2'-S870.; All sizes pick..d South on US-301 964.8238. mileage 58.000 or $500
(USTOM MADE DRAPERIESistlmates. HELP TFpd. 1281.TYPEWRITER 964-5180 after 5:00: up. Jacksonville. We 9/3 tIn and assume payments close to perfect!
[Fr.. Local PM. 1/07 manufacture. Call toll NICE APARTMENT: One 964-5108 after 5 PM. Itchg Bradford
WANTEDLIVEIN REPAIR Call Keep trying. Villas offer new concept in lifestyle with
Idittribuiwosho as for completely the Office Shop 110 W. :2tchg 1/14 free-1-800-342-2702.: 12/24 bedroom with stove and low maintenance adult housing offering charm
I. nationally Call St. for TEXAS GRANO Onion 4tchg 01/14 rei rig. In Hampton. No YARD SALE
COMPANION Starke details. comfort & quality together with energy efficiency
adv.rto.d Cordsette : Light COME SEE US AT THE HOUSE children $115
housekeeping Must drivecar. 9645764. If n. plants by 100' or 1.000' no drinking. + * * +
I DraperijBtIStephej S&W Ent.r.prlsS Shad OF BARGAINS In lawtey per mo Senior Citizens
Starling. Lawtey
JANUARY SALE) Mark downon
Car of Invalid
Ed or Lama man. 782-3022. 1/07 2tchg 1/14 Full line of clothingchildren : Discount I 3778292. 1/07 NEW_LISTINGS !
shoes bed
clothes ,
Room and
4962219. board. $75 per TUTORINGMost CAMPER TOP for short *. and adults at 2tchg 1,14
SII80TN.ASH I week. 9645855. Itchg 1/14 wheel base small truck. bargain prices. 10/22 tin ALL ELECTRIC mobile home linens. glassware .Hondsome new brick 3 BR, 2 BA home in ConnorlyEstates. '
PAID FORALUMIIQIUMt AUTO MECHANIC. Service SubjectsBA 2 bedrooms novelties dishes" radIos. Fireplace. appliances. Excellent in.ul Good condition. $175. Call garagestorage
Cons 21 Manager. Experienced.Call in Education 964-7575 after 4:30: PM. shed One acre chairs .''c. W. do have !luxurious brick home near the Country Club Plenty of

tents. brass, bat Working Class Heroes Experienced Itpd 114WOOD MOBILE fenced Enclosed porch. lay-aways on non-sole storage. 3 BR, 2 BA. well designed. Priced right

teries. R Block Office Employment Services. 964-8328.964-5518 STOVE HEATER HOMES $200 per month. Coil items. Come see us Friday 609 N. Westmorelond-Neorly new. Great assumoble
9 til 5
and Saturday am
31 Jop.r.Street Mac- 4734472.: Itchg 1/14 If
FisherGrandpa.. Heats Ocala 622.5620 after 5 you qualify.
This 'n That
FOR SALE Shop. car
clenny Phone ;c PM. II0111n pm. Eiicellent commercial for .
2,000 sq. ft. Include 20 ft. prop ready many u set Ap
ner :301 and 16 old Gulf
259. 1/7 1/14 NANNYPart GLASS CUT TO ORDER: of metal bestos pipe with ON KINGSLEY LAKE. unfurnished Station 12/31 tfn prox. 1 ac. with 155 ft. on 301. Steel bldgs and ammenltles .

1/21 1/28- time for 2 yr.. old. Doors windows etc. hangers and top vent like IB1 MOBILE HOMES: 2 bedroom latge GARAGE SALE: Sot. Jan / too numerous to list.
: HUD CARE: I would like to References. Lt. JACKSON. BUILDING SUPP new. $750. 468-2340 or payments starting at porch, kitchen equipped 16. MISc. items Stove. .Commercial with 120 ft. on US.301. Good buyl'
LY. 964 6078. Orders alsotaken
keop your child In my housekeeping. 9646917. Itpd 1/14 $147.00 per month. John w'w carpet drapes heat refrig. light fixture, B/W EXECUTIVE HOMES
home weekdays, 7 am.6 In Lake Butler HAY Very good quality. For Brown Mobile Home & aIr. Year round. No pets. TV clothes green Depres. Stunning 4 BR, 2'/-&A-brlck home; ;w/pool dock paved
p m. Will give tender loving 964.5518WANTED 496-3079 473-4973.Keystone 2/26 cattle and horses Clifford Center. 473-3775.4(9 $300 plus utilities sion glass 1980 AMC Con rluewoy. study, LR, FR. w/fireplace on 1 ac overlooking
to child hot Heights 5332518. 1/07 tIn
( your tfn. Martin 9647145. 1/14 tfnchg. cord 4dr. Sedan On Pratt golf| course. All appliances Inc. 2830 sq. ft
lunch snacks.reasonable
s> BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 2tchg 1/21 !"'/,'161 I "Price Leaders of KITCHENETTEEFFICIENCYROOMS St.. one block west of N. .Malnlflcenllorg. home In Country Club Estates 3 BR 3

be_.* Lake rates.Butler I and live SERVICE: Bradford County 530 duty CASE Industrial TRACTOR with: loader Heavy the South" with the lowest weekly :rates For rent Call Temple at low Myrtle St Watch for sign iA. HUGE family room w/firoploce on 2 lots. Pavod
rate of 16 1/2 9647901. Itchg 1. 14llIhilt' driveway.
residential percentlLarge
Storke. -Call 4963731. pump-outs and grade.box. Excellent Motel 964.7357 1 tchg
$50. We also re.lay drain selection of 12 14 1/14 !Conv.ntionolHome. In Geneva lake Ettatos. 5 BR 2' ,
PRICES PAID for used condition, $7500.00.
Social Security GOOD mobile homes if mortgageis lines. Phone 964-8121 4734417. 1/14 tfn and 24 wldes. Factory owned 536 WALNUT ST. Three i .\ I (Ionics.Moved IA. sunken FR w/fircplace; LR; DR; 3 4 oc woodod lot

3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S 5/28 TFchg.PROFESSIONAL. PIT BULL DOG: 7 ma.. old. and operated., COM bedroom 2 both CH A. paved driveway excellent financing.
Debility Claims MOBILE HOME SALES Car Clean. $25; Also have one yr. old MUNITY MOBILE HOME No children, no pets S325 .33 Acres.Beautiful home. Ideal for horse operation

BI'lj1': denicti or disconIitUNft' 964-5606. Open 7 days ing Service. Cleaned German Shepherd. expecting SALES. Highway 301N. per month first and last I.iit'i il I 01 "tall'\\\II.I \ LAKEFRONT-

! I Expert: help no weekly TFchg washed glazed, pups In Feb. $65. Call Starke. Open 7 ,days a months in advance plus I 11111\I "(':" Sill up \ mil 'NeatiClean brick duple--;; Klngsley Lake Fantastic

:ice unl<'>>s we \\in your AXLES & TIRES: 2 axles + 4 vacuumen .sanitized. anddeodorized. 964 6974. 1/14 2tchg 1/21 week. 964-8741 10/291fn $100 cleaning deposit Call ''Il'." IIIIIS dUll:,' (',111 Newl
$7 00,
.'J.rr ?Aj-H-t-mIlR: tires. We pick up $100.; and delivered pick.up CLARINET for sale. $75. Encore 964.7347 or 533.2157 I 14 1-lt.IiKi; rM'"i"- ..Ii92E9J9! on beautiful Lake Geneva Only $24 200
You deliver $125. Olin or your 944 5648. Itchg 1/14 BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES tin 'Cute I coiy board and batten cottage on lake Brooklyn
'-----n-t---t Mobile Home Sales Hwy. place. Call 964-7226 HEAT-O-LATOR fireplace SHOP FOR RENT: 5205 per UltitllllSALE . !jHome on crystal clear Sliver Lake. Pretty lot.
for Dennis. 12/10 tfn
biNSURANCEMAOTE 100 W Starke. 964-5606. w/pipe and collar. $400. month 108 E Coil St !cst9rnby.ik 2-itory home on Little lake Santa Fo an 2
| GENERAL REPAIR' WORK 964.7189. 1. 14 OR RENT
vi t>-.- .. TFchg Call 468.2947 after 6 PM. Itchg Ac.
Carpentry roofing and 3 UK 1 BA home with
Ph. 782.3669.
CAAl'S. Lake Ave. lake typewriters and adding painting.12/31 1/07 BOAT. TRAILER and 25 hp and beautiful Jeart Shop of No children. 127 den central AC/Heat 1 Geneva Lake Estates:Beautiful. 'wooded i Ac loSt
Birltew 4963978. Complete machines. Must be In FAMILY 2tehg HAIRDESIGNERS Johnson motor. Call your 'own Featuring the South St Itchg I 14 Terms 3 mi. north of Clean neighborhood--w/rolllng hills. Tennis courts lot

Insoe l,"" Service. TrN working condition. 5332474. 1/14 tfn latesf" In"Jeans. Denims, MOBILE HOME SPACE: Ap. Starke on US-301 Call esidents.. .

.Ii.,.." ,. 9645764. Hn 2/12. SPIRIT II fiberglass, topper SporlsweaV, and Western prox. one acre. Bayless Evenings: 964-8702 .
CASH PAID for aluminumcans. 144 W. Call St.. Fits SWB Import truck. Excellent Wear. 2,500.00Includes; Highway Call..964-8877! Qf'*....s-4l I I B I I I I I I I I 14 B.T !,9ysjryubJQLGreat! C9ntemporary neighborhood.k4l'fDoyAdvent.
: .
Church Rd. 230A
_.er9R t <::1 REI"-11.n_ ". le."Cb -brass 964-7303 condition. Call;,,;! 964-8177 1 M4 ,fn' :V I. ,
P.9ih1'i'l\Jjb'ff".9n1. S1SMeItonTerqa
i, Open Hgve to see. .to appreciate
i and ba'tterfesVVlVft'Wocr'1office 485-TSlfafter 5 PM. Itchej" .
TA (/JODlt4l"llo1.O! 1 .Ir" T. W. & F. 9 til 5:30 .. Coles Hoofing AUCTlON'Thc' Bessent Road BR 2 BA. Well built Great location
: : 31 'S: 6thSt.., Mao 1/14 may liavelyaur'stor4'openIn
and bedroom Thur. 11 am til 7 Alachua County 'Acre i..Davll St. off Hwy. 301.) Trailer park?
one two clenny Florida. Call SEXLINKS LAYING HENS :30 as little as IS days. Call
Sat 9 am til 3 PM & Waterproofing School Board will 334 N. Myrtle Convenient and reasonable
I.e. sell to
moi homes phone :2596992. 1/07 tin heavy breed for sal*. anytime, 1 1.800.255-9049.
4q after I .p.m. Pines ENCORE CONSIGNMENT Is AppointmentsNot 782.3625 after 5 PM. tchg Ext. 7. itchy 1/14 the highest bidder at "S acres_ near. ..Hampton. Well. dec. pole septic tank
Me cuHome Village TFN now accepting spring and Always Necessary 1/14 :Now; & nt'I"I>Hl ng PUBLIC AUCTION 1-1 !.!Unfi-N )IV Riyer" High and rolling.
1/011fn Shingles Buildup .4.78 Acre. 230A and Wilson Rd.
summer items. We also REFRIGERATORS. freezers School Buses & various on
> T/FOUNDMA..II..n have over 200 Items onl couches, microwave RJ Cool Sea I tnisc. items Sat. Jan. Realtor Associates After Hours

ale. 321 N. Temple Ave.1 t TIM'S dinette sets, chairs La-2- All t type of it-pairs' 23, 10:30: am. at the Wayne E. Douglas Broker-Salesman 964 6593

BULL DOG! 964-5643. Itchg 1/14 Boy, rockers cutlery patio .. RECOVERY State License School Board Complex.:: I Fred Sack.tt Broker-Salesman' 468 1664

Softikrown In color wear f Cabinet ShopREMODELING tables. Call 964.5235. tpd 'ROOMThe KHKK: (Kbtinuili-.s 1817 E University'. .. I Byron Terwlllegor-964 Martha Dorko.782.3397

IncUar! lost near SontoFeiord COMMERCIALPROPERTY & DRY 1/14 I 964.7322 964-6064 Gainesville. Fla Anne T.rwillogor Nelson.475.1677
CHICKEN FERTILIZER by the Recovery Room it I
offered. Phone r WALL SERVICE. (For more in formation -
bog. Call after 9 AM. lake City local D, IArchIe'
9350jlp4. Itchg 1/14.
Specializing in formica :
4734508. Itchg 1/14 Tanner Fuiioml Classified Ads

HELP, WANTEDJOf BRADFORD WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX MINI I I cabinets.Free estimates PATCHWORK queen size king spread site quiltor ; 2 964 Home 8757 512,10. Fl Get ResultsCall AUCTIONEERS BEN CAMPEN INC., Spend $2.50-Make $ $ $ $

: ''oVERSEAS.. BIGM0NSVFAST. for sole. 80( pet. 964-8253 9647739.baby polyester Itchg 1/14 quilts. SV/\'UI/ GAINESVILLE

\ ; $20000 to owner financing availableat Firewood & 964 S105asie 3756600.
p p S p p -ap Scrap
ssir&O'.l s'per Call 11 pct. I'/i acres with LEE CASEYCONSTRUCTION
.' room for expansion. Phone WILL BABYSIT In my home. Oak & Pine
1"n OOOExt': 5005. -
1tpi' d' 14 ." owner 4732735. 9/24 tfn Six days a week 3 hot $10. truckload i4 Gi
ma qoIIAVodo2f; meals a day. Fenced yard. Oak .
: 4x4'sS
; t.dQ4)tC Classified'Ads Ages to 8 yrs. old. Call MOBILE HOME JI.Realt 5hU
JCALTOOPGoR'd Get Results 782-3885. tpd 1/14 SERVICE POLES 40.II.. cord <&lff/ Hl'modelil1cldillol) -.
Call Sunshine lent
BABYSITTING In my home. 100 JUMP Neu ('OISll'tll'Ilol1 I
.uJ .JAIEJ r
Monday thru Friday. Ages 9647699or or!'

over I yr. Hot lunches and come out between Call for FREE Estimates
: special e LlmerockA1 e
pl. I?<>8l '- If I snacks Call 964-8687 iiiiWi'I 9:30 and 2.30 and 904-78c 2-3931

deR" J6' ,W"f.ty". itJustS e Top Sail e anytime, Itchg 'I/I4 we'll load for you HANDYMAN SPECIAL on volt' table, Madtton $t. property 533-2082
as *'Y.ltt.l": : USHER. rwo homos for;,10/0/; lo'H S2 I t 500.

REI "u''', 49.216. or e Dralnfield Rock LOSTFOUNDLOST Call Anyiimt, SOMttHING_DlfflKCNT" In a homo in Strawberry Aero

49 .\, ..., .'Youi'R.altortfn' C Fill & Lawn Sand e 4SI-WT WaldB Shop & Compare!! You owe it to yourself/ to fool k.f.. I BObby'S I Iide.-A- \Vay

Unl$ "'y' .. BfAUTIfUl HOMfSlTl. Hoavil') wooded pored in Lawley
a ll\ :.lill :-i.; U.diln
r ..... C Sands DOG: Bassett Hound. I o.-------- \.\ ;
3'1tt' Building Spci'i.il IIIMII.IIUC' I lot, S6.
oR-IJ.OU REAL ESTATENEColf'VendTh Lost between Country Club .Q1LQ.HQSPJIAlOng: acr o home t.ifo" 56 000. .... ..:.
Any amount and SR16. REWARD. Call Beat the Cold :\luhilt'IIItIlIl'I'.I-I I :: .. %
/'e. Scrn'd. fo"codI. \.1.\\\
1 Brown LOVELY HOME for ret CO P'rosl1op. porches lJO.J
49W2. Sandy Haien Delivered or U-haul 9646788 1/21 or 964-7810 10'\4'\ .Jot! your fire\uxxl early: .\ll I l\ (pI' nl. home. ; : ;; ; : More $45 OOCilSQi I. O\C'

496-3994 eves or Gerrl Lennon Ph. 782-3172 LOST 2tchg Checkbook lost at ).Ik or Pine $-1". pick- ,
4963140. Tiffin andO 521000. \,,
ip li>.ul or $70 cord. r1'1.tc:
Bradford If found. per pHS3Ut '
Square mobile llOMICS.
.*#.I./nC. Realtors Rt 2 AHen E. Taylor call 964-6727 (.ill Thllll"t'lIh': : ffRFECTMOBILEHOMESIrj!' 1 10' Ac.. born and more* L \ \\h \) \.(
BotCJGZ Lake Butler FL. Call for Quote WE HAVE_a very lovely SpcWou'd intihtylo' home for sale I a.. R
REWARD. 1/14 -
Itchg I I.ike :
Butler & \
tfrhk. S/6. Olin's Mobile you believe; $32 000? I\Aaho u% prove it. f3'j\ 0 '"
4W-.17.W! : : 0
/>,11,8 MICHAEl 8. COONEY "\\:\.
III"i "i n Home Sales \
IIO.IWANTEDH" Auto Lite Realtor/' Atioclar Home 964 8827

e -- l-1 Spark Plugs Carpentry Work Elaine M. Olin> Agent I I liiiir'.. I pin :Jam 11"1'1" ll.iar. pits : 11111PROFESSIONAL

Will pay cosh for your used tern-Truck Driver 99Each Glen Nettles & .. 964-5606 --w-a- ,
otnT! .home. Ray Powell. Or...." f"sjulpmen* Arthur Masters Wen
49t/f'r.h1, TFN 4/16. / TREE SERVICE
CARTO'OL FROM LAKE OpsrIu.i ILoeol"'OU,UUI .- Free Estimates:

BLfTtEH: 'To University off IJoI2-6461._ 'Mr. # ',IIW I'r ices All Tpcs Insured d'i: .Dr-HIng .
lor, [do. no children. Phone BANKRUPTCY AUCTION L FREE ESTIMATE :;
Kxccllent: References f. 2 Thru 6
TohWrV Snyder home49fXa9 I llaryKayCosnletics, Call Thomas 0. ??UI.. :#
business 964.5135 or 964-5882 Boat Dealer Ji Fast Rotary
39M8S Itchg 1/7. I 496-3731 Lake ButlerEKroll
OB WANTED: Looking for Drilling Equipment

home to assist with light Louise Starling L Jimmy Moore Sun Sports STATE LICENSED

housekeeping and cook. 473-3092: Job OpportunitiesWITH I
Realty Company
Ing. riave references.
Phone Eves.Weekends ........... Pumpm
496-2219. Mary THE GAINESVILLE SUN Temple Ave. . . . .
Bailey. Itpd 1/14
S Starke. FloridaD.ividL New & Used

FOR SALE Thurs. February 4, 1982 10 am REALTOR BriUlch 1.tgr. I Itxlgo.)) ASMK' Kf.illnr Soles-Parts-Servc*

Motor Route 964-7685 Eves, 964-S370 E.Z TermsPlumbing
EEPS. CARS PICKUPS: from Starke FloridaUS

S3S. Available at local PLtzaI --1.tI\'cl\: Mil home. on e:I.:2.1: Am* 1"! Iwtwrvn

Gov't:Auctions. For Direc- Carriers 301 & SR 100 (Downtown) 1 5 Bedford l..ike, LICK l.ako Hutlvr and H.n

toi.l .Surplus Data shaded lot SVJ..NIII: ford tin IHISJ' rmiU' I:21517.'NI
C.I ter 637-97Q9.. 4tchg .nut.WAITRESSES New Installation
I ':
Building & LandNew !
12;(30. are needed In Remodeling RepaIrsDurranc
IKEco NEW FARMAll INTER- i itir I li.IIII'OIol.rn",1| IIlr"llIhI./ 't'r II..." I'... "rOok.r-
N> riONACF140t Excellent Starke & Surrounding Areas Mercury Motors N'eu, Boats New Trailers .5I'

dltlon, planter harequipment. Shop Equipment Parts Dept.& ,Accessories --.. . . .*.!.
ros44 Call We've got lileINGREDIENTS Must be bondable and have dependable trans .
840 liP Turbo Gale Rank
2ew < I
49.278.4. 114.SKYIARK PUMP
llchg &
Oil Gas
X: I MOtlllCondition. ortatlon., Good opportunity to'supplemen 36 Ft.'.Clg Type Boat & Trailer I' Register &

$HMjGoo4 l#CXr Phone ,49625125pm. To Turn Your four Income in exchange for a few hours It ';.JoH.,:S. :rhuinpSIIII.-tnl.t:;

o, 2tpd 1/14 SPARE TIME, work.each. morning. For more Information ..u...=..i iTrustee 964-5888 SUPPLY

l'tI.1.AriPER.TQPl.>% '. into :Gulf COMPANY

: for short,., contact: Ill I ...
,EXTRA MONEY Charles W. Grant .
wI..Y0fco>* small truck. ', . .
I a lP Gas Fuel Oil,
od condition. $I7S.7S73 .
gcPI me after 4.3Q 913 N, Tempt. AVe. GAINESVILLE SUN For Infer, \McDougall's. Auction Co.. I 864 N.

P J1J4d "flat l Hut Commercial Industrial Auctioneer 5 Home Delivery e Cash & Carry Temple Avervn"*

A. Cqn.t Opportunity 1.904-772-7980
( Starke
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Get Results Martin ami Perfection I Heaters 964.7061'W I


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I- : Telegraph Article-Helps Solve RobberySheriff '1 H "\".

Dolph Reddish who directedthe description of the stolen stereo. The Approximately 50 Ibs.of steak were .,
had phoned country club recovered from separate apartmentsIn
search said he knew they were on parent pro
the right track when they found Herb Herres for more information on the same house. A Juvenile was ar
"t-bones and champagne in every the stereo. rested as well as Ballinger and Con-
apartment." This information was sufficient for verse.
The Telegraph ran a brief article Judge George Pierce to issue warrants Following the arrest the defendantslead Extra Value "
last week on the robbery of the Starke for the arrest of David Ball- officers to a wooded area where
Golf and Country Club with a mentionof inger, 18, and Sarah Converse, 23, at additional Items were found includingan
stolen stereo equipment,liquor and N. Cherry St. Their apartment was electric blender and 40 bottles of li
food.A searched by consent of the occupants quor.According.
concerned parent read the articlein revealing several items that were to Investigator Don Denton -
the Telegraph, compared a stereo taken in the burglary at the country approximately 85,percent of the
given to his with the club. items were recovered.
daughter as a gift
Terwillegar Motors and Ford Motor Co. :
I Sheriffs Dept. Receives Favorable ReportThe ;
offers a 24 month ,-' 24,000 miles :
Financial Statement and Ac- dance with the uniform accounting dish became sheriff it was without .
countants Report of the office of system and financial records were critism in certain areas. According to
Bradford County Sheriff Departmentfor well kept. According to the report expenditures Reddish it was probably the best Maintenance Escorts '
the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, were properly supportedand audit ever received by the sheriffs of Warranty Program
1981, was presented in a favorable appeared necessary for operation fice.
report. of the sheriff's office, budgets were
The report prepared by Davis, properly prepared and amended, and Sheriff Reddish gives the credit to
Monk, Farnsworth and Co., Certified expenditures were kept within the type and calibre of employees his Any repairs or adjustments to correct defects in'material and workmanship
Public Accountant, was presentedNov. budgeted amounts. office has. Without their cooperationthe
6. According to the report the work could not be accomplishedhe made or supplied by Ford are covered.
accounts were maintained in accor- For the first time since Dolph Red- said. o Terwillegar Motors will perform warranty repairs (parts and labor) at

no charge over the program period. I' ,
Jones Convalescent Service, Inc. Certain optional equipment (radio/ playersair conditioningheater / .

rear window defroster) is covered for.unlimited mileage.' f

Providing Non-emergency Corrosion repair due to a defect: is covered. I

There is no deductable on power-train components during.the.period. f
Medical Transportationfor Towing service due to the failure of a warra'ntedpar, is inrluded. '

wheelchair & stretcher patientsin "provides All Scheduled Maintenance Service for.24 Monthsor I

Bradford & Clay CountiesP.O. 24,000 Miles. t '

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This program provides *U qualifying Escort buyers and lessees cash

620 S. Walnut St. (301 S.) Starke down payment assistance equal to 5% of the vehicle's base Manufacturer's

Suggested Jletail Price. This can vary from. $275 for the base

Unleaded Gas Unleaded /2-do>>if to $375 fc>r the 6LX wagon. On 1981 Eiscprts/ amount is $25Q
Reg.; Gas for all models.

$1 149 $ 1 1 S9 Premium Gas

$1.249 You can use the 5% Cash Assistance as a down payment or get the money :

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COKE 15 Total WInners' ;. Rebate 345.00
''Digital Clock, ,Power Steering. Speed ,
300 Gain No Purchase Necessary .. 8112.00
-Control, Deluxe Luggage Rack Front & ; I. ;'. '
Balloons & You do not need to be Rear "' f; : :: ,your trade 4112.00
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at 9.75% for 4.years :H '4200.00

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