Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04296
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04296
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Blanding Is one of four sites from a minimum of 500 to a peak of .
f under consideration for possible
.1 relocation of the U.S. Army School of 908.Although the training facility would !
the Americas If a decision is made to require a total 295.8O5 square feet of
move the training facility from its building space eventually it Is not ""f;
present site In Panama.Col. planned for the plant to be constructed "'Ii
prior to moving the school to "J
Robert E.. Ley. 'director of its new location. Col. Gonzalez said
training at the school and head of the the present facilities at Blanding, {
site survey team, told members of the with the addition of a few buildingsfor >'
Starke Rotary Club last week that the storage, could accommodate the
four locations now under consideration operation on a temporary basis until;
are two In Florida Camp Blan- such time as new facilities were fund- '
ding and Eglin Air Force Base near ed and built. He said the present .
Pensacola; and two In Puerto Rico ranges at Blanding would be ade-
including Ramey Fair Force Base. quate for the school's training pro-

Col. Ley and members of his staff gram. .
All students at the school would bet ,
were at Blanding last week
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Central and South America and
'evaluating facilities there and confers
I. the Carribbean.
', ring with Camp Commander., Col.
Under the in effect
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Gus Gonzalez. They left Friday for: between the U.S. and Panama i+ .

) Eglin Field. the school Is assured operation at Its ,I

/1.:, / \ ,, \.i.- i r- Col. 'Gonzalez said if Blanding 'present site until 1984. However in .
("' ir' !!i" \ '.' J should be selected as the relocation order to complete the move by that

( .,t- \,\. .,,:.t, ,.' site the school would bring with it a time the actual relocation would
i'!J:! "k" "lit""t'h" ...: Jf. multi-million dollar payroll and have to start some time this year. ,Col. ,
f-\, : 'f.\ ,, ,"'.' "' I" .1.1.,'., oG',', """ '. Would also necessitate housing in the Gonzalez said. He predicted that the .
\yr' '('" ', area for around 300 families of mar relocation site would be selected
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'' school. The Blanding commander said that
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Col. Ley and his staff were favorable
.'Tap grades at Br.dfordWsh. for the eeeond elx-weekl..were earaeJ i by (1-i) Michelle Klmatis. Mike qarlstm... MlIInea .. Brentley, r and Catherine A total of 73 commissioned officers impresssed with the layout and
160 non-commissioned officers and
,.,} "',' ROIIch .'t :rw. .t''.. 95 facilities at Blinding and also with 1.1. :,
fi 'civil service employees would be In-
'" ", the cordial reception and interest
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operation ,
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'. p. \ ,, '. 'I .' -..' s addition1 there would be 30 to 50emptoyees the Starke Club, .. ..
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: E .a1 "l ::1JA S .t :Mrad ft-r; ,hl't. PSeeretarieiXorT.tKW (Cbri( rence>t.ot'' 'vs ',. iAr1.lettec4romtheJ3epartment'ofr torn; 1' \ .
The Army. setting forth criteria
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JuSt::four, of" '1,005'Bradford"High of Mr..and';;;;Edward P..Kimutis of and Mrs James, Edward : Miss Roach Is enrolled in same be relocated site chosen from for Panama the school.to the areas required may be either '

students,-or less than 1/2 of one percent -' Starke, has earned straight-A's for of Starke.Christmas is enrolled In i,and physiology, physical Jungle, mountainous rolling terrain \
earned stralght-A's for the second (ho first two six-weeks;,the only BBS vanced English III, Spanish algebraif; advanced Courses offered at the school would or any combination thereof as long as
six-weeks grading period which student to,,do HO. Miss Kimutis Is physics psychology, algebra III. biology: II, and advanced range from squad and platoon level they have restricted\ access, are,
ended Nov. 23. { ,. enrolled' In advanced English: HI, annual staff. Christmas has II. Miss Roach has earned up to command and general staff suitable for tactical field exercises in
Another 65 BBS students, or(.$per algebra HI brass band American only two B's so far in high school, of'j B's, one is PE and in biology, level. The annual load would be 23,000 a realistic combat environment and
cent of the student body, earned all 'history, Biology II and computer in computer science and the 'other. student weeks with time-length of allow the use of blank ammunition,
As and B'$ (he second sixweeks.StraightA'students science. She has missed the straight. biology, Freshman Marsenna' Brantley. courses ranging from one-week pyrotechnics and simulations. Areas.
A list only twice, getting a B In PE Sophomore Catherine of Mr and Mrs. "refreshers" to a maximum of 12 should be reasonably isolated wooded
are; once and one Is English. daughter of Mr: arid Mrs. Kenneth { of Starke. Miss Brantley: Is months. The number of students and provide" for controlled in

Junior Michelle Klmutls daughter Junior Mike Christmas) son of Mr. Roach of Forsyth Road, south ,(s.t trai ht-Nso... P.2A) enrolled at any one time would range gress/egress


il Fjbtiding' Drainage: Solution, Almost. .Impossible' for Lawtey Commissioners;;;" ,:s ", a\' {! I

dent should know his house number'and \
"Does anyone have a' uggestlon/'to water go when the big canals fill up?." .
the name of the street he lives on.
Improve the 1.0..11. asked!newly ,Installed The common ditch, where the two
Robert Scott at the Mayor Scott said he first looked fort\
Mayor Jan, drainam (Utches. meet needs to be'
his mother when he raced to the scenecof : .
1 Lawtey commission m U't! elsanefl mil aU the way to New River. ;
the fire and was very much relieved -.
''I oVMt OK iMr'asked newly some five or six miles to correct the when he saw her standing outside
Bennett out. OtherWise
fm, pointed -,
Installed water backs the side.
R.nla, Sure, replied Mayor Scott,M, '.f L,wt y, where up Mrs.on Harris lives. Then added Scott< the' council
served would be to know how
old hand wto Us 20 year anUw Bennett sl id. surprised many
Lgwtay coAinoll and who has been Road Foreman Leon Ellington told people don't know what street they
'chairmiM f live times. Sootl' live on or where to call to ,
),or "m' vof, commissioners at their Jan., 3
succtedc ::omrnl...toner. Marvin county meeting the Lawtey commissioners F r t fire. 'After he called the fire departs ',.

Hosier who )Snit himself out of \the day asked for the county's 1,, N 1 fy ment was on the scene in .about 10
running aftw. ,,"vlnf tort year* 91 assistance. The problem Ellington minutes Scott said.
mayor, Water Dept. Head Barry Walt, said
talked about
? dirt with the
Mrs, Harris: wt w; Wed the souncil llmerock was mixing the houses could be numbered. Mayor
seat( left eptMl by "ww" deatt) of .teto. .roads Pot recently holes have spread developed on Lawtey and Scott liked that idea saying "I I think

Commissioner'' HTR.;) (Shorty) Priest, Lawtey citizens' are finding the Drainage Solution Sought;.. we'll try to work it out.'
suggested plan for improving
drainage In a northwest Jawtey.'The,; limernck means dusty: streets, Ell Newly Installed Lawtey 'councllwoman Laura liar- But veteran Lawtey commissioners Busier Bennett r

county has said It will clean out the! ington said.Problem's. rU, right proposes a plan to drain flood' prone NW and Marvin Roller told Mr. Harris It won't do any Street Light Sought
. two large ditches,one running east off '; 'Ellington 'said; he's Lawtey by cleaning out main drainage, ditches off. 'good unless the ditch to New River some six miles For Dark Post Office ,
.heard the limerock put on the Lawtey SR-2Z5 and US-30I and digging one new canal around
US-30I north of Lawtey and one runn- away Is also cleaned out.
Wayne and
asked the
streets Is too for the 0 couiv-
deep county'smixer.
resident who
one won't give rieht-of-wav. ,
north off SR-22S east of .
ing Lawtey,
The county has found a mixture '. ell members agreed to look and!
into.,which! ;Lawtey. ditches drain.. of llmerock and gravel makes f..RoadsCommissioner Buster Ben, Garbage- Bud Barber, who said he vehicle and 18 grass or woods fires make a decision at the February' ti
Displaying her plan with a poster dirt roads hold up better: nett was reappointed to that post and doesn't want any help. Commissioner Crouse said plus the departmentmade meeting about a street light for the f

board on the wall, Mrs. Harris show. Only ,solution he 'sew,' I Ellington ,Mrs. Harris was added.' "I can see Bennett made it clear that if Barber two rescue calls and conducted, dark entrance to the Pout Office.
ed how one land owner who refuses to said, Is to move some of the lim rock you're ready to go." Mayor Scott told wants any help he has only to ask for three investigations. 'Others agreed with Massey) I that a
give rljgM-of-way to clean out the big oft the Lawtey streets so the remainIng -" .Mrs. 'Harris;' noting the roads. 'are'. It. Maintenance man Lit Phillips also light Is needed at the P.O. At Commissioner ,
ditch by one house could be gone limerock can be mixed with the where the most work Is, offered to help at any time.: Rosier's suggestion, the council l "
around with the digging of'a new' Street.house Number agreed to look then decide
gravel underneath Sanitation Commissioner! ,,4* Fire Huns Made In '82 Should k
canal. Bennett Emmett Memorized (
Commissioner said Tuesday Massey also the
questioned neccssi- ,
It's not that simple, cautionedvettran Jan. 11, that the county had not Bright.: (F rty.five" runs,.'"pretty much for Chiding Mayor Robert Scott for his ty of two streets lights on the street }
Lawtey commissioners yet contacted Lawtey officials ( FinanceCommissioner Marvin our area. were made by the Lawtey slowness In calling the fire department north of the school Commissioner ,;.
Buster Bennett, Marvin Rosier- and the Rosier.City. Fire Department in 1962, according to about the Jan. 2 fire which burned Bennett said the additional lights tOutside
Robert Scott Mayor Scott'named following attorney Richard Chief Bill Crouse.
Welty was the home of his mother Mrs. Julia were put there to
mainly help at PTA
; Bennett asked." "Where, -will, 'the. committee appointments;t' ,fea ppolnted. *- (The 43 fires included 16 structural..7 Scott,, Chief Crouse said every rest- carnival time. >
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the Berries Can Stand Hard Freeze. A'ow "i '.
i. ,Local< The first hard freeze of warmer fall and winter-'was
t a than normal "+
i.ocai: school officials aren't exactly Austria! '; l J torY?which makes children attend predicted for Thursday morning bringing low readings in the mid to up; -

;'" I'.'" i jumping -on bandwagon for the' n.tionra"'IUd'i" / school years Instead of 12.: McKinney per 208. Up to then;' lowest readings,of. ,the winter: had been 30 degrees', ;. '

'Ji,1. '. for a longgr,school year by: .agreed, w. asks '"Now 'would you add 30days recorded December ii. 19, and 22. ., '. r I''. t''
.:,L" ". t n. I Jack Gordon\ DMiamlCommissioner long. ; ft ,:- rt)[ : more per year on top of that '. Better now ,than J.tv..w.the..attiludc: of Bradford; Count,'"* +I_ "" '
"., J !, ... an. -.ot.Bduca! '>\ '"Off the cult.., I don't think they'd Strawberry growers, who said damage from the first hard freeze would) ; t.t's\ ::
.", I "" =,11oo. 7t.lis .. 1150 lb. Turlt'lllton,: be saving the money they think they'd .Turlington and Gordon were, be light. since plants had not yet put on a heavy load of bloom and young :!;.

\,< c.wy": .. i'> .,;.;'-"don't"'OMOMMI! I .some he saving,' note Supt. Casey noting respondMir tea presentation by .fruit. Continued. ..,windy, weather would. minimize frost damage growers ::r:,, : I
p'injthe members Commission
... that teacher be of the Governor's ...Id.i r"
/Mwrf fcljrt 7., I \ .... way the scnool day and I would have to paid 't.. ,
/, '., IIII more, school: transportation would. on Secondary Schools which said ,1 .
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year currently atl'lldured", l'
coat ,the 'United 3Uto fares poorly In comm. .. . ... .,.1 Ct.
;; .'fasaUr fahatidiNiyeP administrators, are opposed to; more.WilUtea would 8" up with ( \ .1 .1.Fit 5 I
\II' \,;. __ summer air-conditioning and Vtitli WBl nations such a* Japan '' ; < -il& I
.liJ_ especially young oriw, .t-. so on._' In B'wSR'acif: > ]:
; MMilig Odklealla.T i,.aa., and OfeWfaW because. U.S. student .,
., classes' more than' 1W days; ) ;
_. "Jf'tMy ew'nulIDae"tW; v "
.te hot
n. :, .. are required to spend as much' '
\ ; "Children need tine to : rl\ ;
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1" we've got,nowji I dhit't! know lime&school. and do not have to Ulretoug ; : "
: the daisies;; omettmeii !they :Champions at.on e. { (.t. :
= 1 they're coming: from,) duty a amd.aftqcourses jwhw they' ..' ;
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than I 1,14 .
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'. ",r:" ,." .. ,,.", Casey "You only:' hawrjoW: are tt HIM! Two ; '"''I'''' '. # ''Jii; f
: '. : Gordon,'"nlrnronof ,theEducation middle school fiiwSey'McKinnay.'who administrator. agree that' ypUjriofjK'y.' I 1 } ., t!' .;
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\1\;1'hlt'.S1 t7... .", >, students should attend school ,oppo ed" to ehUcknm Ipwfldft* mori 1 1tti It needs to be don ',,, ;rocere M th_ big q, erne or? ,' .c.'H' \ .. >. .,, ;
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:..: Pllae 1.\ TELEGRAPH .Jan ary U. 1183 ..!... ..., .I': :
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rai. Brooker Council to meet
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Pole' Franchise Flee
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at minimum
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11t' called for Jan. 17 lions next "orh. W
t Council has been A $10 fee three hour n
i-: at 7pm. to discuss the city's (ran-, will' be charged all out-of-town teams
chine with the Clay Electric Coopera to the use of the Brooker ballpark.
.V: 1 ,tlOll : residents may use''It free of
t ti ff It will be decided If the city will" charge Brooker and will be given'prlorit, aver

.... M w t t'"t drop its franchise as a result of the an- oul-of-town teams in scheduling.'Cm-: ? -
nouncement of a rate Increase. in Brooke .to'
Steve Nipper
h,,, .. : r Wh The purchase of a new light and tact schedule use of the fieldAlso ,
l'"I' It light pole for Main Street In Brookerto .
and Increase safe-
prevent discussed were:
1 was approved by stand at the'
I .ty for pedestrians ,.' The T concession
,." the city council Jan. 11. ballpark Is expected to be.completedmannedeby
,. They also voted purchase two
new fire fighters' uniforms, since the volunteers end hlilpro'coeds
three recent additions to the force left the Little League Out-of-
4 ,the department short two uniformsThe town teams go will not be allowed,use of
: three new fire fighters are Ruth sland. '
and Steve Hunter and David Prescott ,the. A 40 hour course in, fire fighting.
Other action Included: be offered beginning Jan:20 at 1p.m.
until the
Bids will be accepted Brooker ,Comnlunity
In the
: L* next regular council: meeting for the Center. The course Is free fir charge
job>>of meter reader.
Three or four poll-workers will be and is open to anjone

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39 Earn Straight-A's at Starke Elementary... -

The 39 students who earned straight-A's at Slarke Elementary for the eeNewsome, Jeff Kersey, Crystal Greer, Barbara Crawford. eoog6
cond six-weeks! grading period ending Nov. 23 Ire ((1.r): Fourth rowPatti Boggesa.AllIson"Langer, Robin Register,.Kimberly
= First row Calvin Walker, Garith Payne, Joshua Brewer, Julie Walker, Gross, Marcus Watson'Brian Dobbins, Steve Barber, Stephanie Sellers,
= Aida Kuhn, Kelly Carter, Dorothy Ann Craven, Wendy Thornton. Ton! DeSue
== Second row-Laura Carner,Justin Edwards, Eatella Denton, Donald Hardy Fifth rowAngela Parrish, Gayle Douglas, Meg Dietz, Scott Duncan, Ron
= Tama Mattox, Tamara Ellerson. Zurfluh, Donnie Francis, Jeff Hester. "
Third row-Jeff Chitty,Chad Norman, Erin Stansell. Weston Dixon, Dana /.BEER

I i Hampton Checking Into Raise for Marshal On Draft

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K3E5 Look into the process of changingthe The Hampton charter requires thata refused to sign the petition t. me, I understand." Only Place In Town
= city charter to enable the town raise be voted in and not take effect "He is the best policeman we have Hodges told the The Telegraph "1
marshal to receive a pay raise, at- until the next election. But, a petition ever had in Hampton and I hate to see appreciated the concern of all the people
= torney Mary Mashall was requestedby which contained the signatures of 75 us lose him. The extra money from who signed the petition. I think
the Hampton city council Tuesday percent of the 170 registered voters in the tickets he writes will more than they know I'm going.t to do the best I Jessie'sLounge
night, Jan. 11. Hampton was presented to the city pay for the raise," said Curtis. can."
== Town Marshal John Hodges re- council Tuesday night by Ted Curtis. The council, after looking over the In other action I the council:
.d a$50 per week raise, from his Attorney Marshall told the council petition and listening to people from
=: present $175 per week salary to $225, that it might tie possible to give the audience, decided to hand the Decided to take applications for
m front the city council at its meeting in Hodges the raise with the petition. matter over to the attorney. a maintenance man In Hampton..The
December. The ,council seemed in The petition was started by Curtis, "Will you be satisfied if we'a t least members voted to hold a special .
E favor of the raise but could not enactit a former city council member, -do our best to get you a raise' meeting Saturday. Jan 29, at 10 a.m.
= because of the city charter which mayor, and local businessman In Council Chairman Ulyesses Woodsasked of I to review the applications '
;-;; prohibits elected officials from Hampton. Curtis said at the meeting Hodges. Noted the marshal can: be reached U.S. 301 North Starke FloridaInventory
::: receiving raises. "only one person that I talked to Hodges replied "that's,:tine, with ,at his home or the police station.

H Fuss Erupts in Meeting '
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A dispute erupted over an apparent misunderstanding of the state of the gmt''; t:

== record keeping at a monthly Hampton City Council meeting Tuesday night.
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Jan. 11.
The argument between former City Clerk Jane Hall and Mayor Gordon
== Wadsworth began when during the meeting the mayor told' the council that he ,
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talked to the auditor. Wadsworth told the in/ ; >
had city's .council that Pat Farnsworth Y.: 4
== a partner in the firm of Monk Davis and Farnsworth told him
== (Wadsworth) "The books are in a glorified mess" Clearance Sale
= .Clerk Hall then turned around and asked Wadsworth exactly what Farnsworth .
== had told him. Wadsworth repeated the same statement.
=:: The meeting was the last that Hall was to sit In on as city clerk after resign-
=: ing two weeks ago, because she has another Job>> and needed time for her
= children. Sofa Only

:":::: The argument started before Hall had sworn in the new clerk,Amy Davis. Antron Nylon
= Davis was selected by the council to fill the spot for Hall. Print Cover
S After some dispute when the state of the books was mentioned, Hall told
= Wadsworth "you did not haY any right saying that without talking to me Keg $:J49,95
== about it The subject was then dropped until later in the meeting, after -
= the new clerk had been sworn In. ; NOW .24995
E Hall left the meeting after dropping down from office She'came back later,
= saying "Mr. Wadsworth, I want you to tell me again exactly what you told us
:; Farnsworth said."Again Wadsworth said"he told me that the books were in a
= glorified mess." '
Hall replied "I just talked to Farnsworth and he said he never said that.*' CartOn
Wadsworth commented "I'm Just passing on to the council what I have Wheels

.N heard.Hall's" only rely then was "I want a public apology." Wadsworth said "I )\\n; Carton

can't something I didn't do."
:', At the request of several of the council member the meeting was soon ad- 52B98
Journed. Metal Oine te'a

Pat Farnsworth told the Telegraph' Wednesday morning "I did not say that
.,., statement.the books are in a glorified mess," when asked whether or not he made such a f=rom BB :

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"There Is nothing in the books that Indicate that Jane Hall wasn't doing the -p.
books as good or better than anyone else has In the past," Farnsworth..
"For that matter, the books have never been In good shape.'r

School Baker's Racks

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For Whatnots or plants
From 1A) (t.rtyi
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says Hampton Elementary Principal Choice of Colors 8, PC. Dining Room Suite1' '""" "J
school year for students. Connie Clark, who notes students
-, "I don't really agree that extending under the fourth grade, especially, SC8CB35 China Table & &'Chairs y
the amount of days a youngster goes get awfully tired around 2 p.m. From &mS
"" to school will
Improve the quality of
education," says Jim Duncan, prin- The quality of education,needs to be
cipal of Bradford High School. Duncan done within the 180 days Clark says !
says his concern is the best "We need to feed'em good, love'em
,education possible from the berg good and pour the three-R's to them. 1m I
*, teacher possible. r We're getting that in a lot of cases" II II I

? A move from the'current school Supt. Casey points to problems of II I i
... structure Is needed Duncan agrees. teacher and student burn-out." I
"We need to expect more of students Some need time away from school to
to look for more depth in Instruction.f be able to come back and start over tlro>hill I

to'. "I think children need time off," again, Casey believes. 4 PC. 6srdroom'Suite., A PC. Bedroom Suite I

BHS Straight-A's ..........................,............ Micarta{ 38i9S.0O Tops Oak Keg, $'( (From Page 1A> Reg
na Barker. Elena Bowen, Amy Jo 2B4935NowsE5
enrolled In physical education," advanced Carter, Amy Clark Trade Clark, soo
civics, Spanish I, standard Venus Doughntan. Teresa Futch,
English I. modern scientific methods, Laura Garcia, Bonnie Geiger,Joseph
and algebra II She has made only Griffis, Melissa Grlffis, Erika Gruen,
three B's so far in her high school Edward Hall, James Hayes, Lynn
'career., Holtzmdorf,Jimmy Loiacano, Karen
A-B honor roll students are; Martin, Sharon Martini Valarie Mc-
Cloud...Theresa um.. Tamara
:- Seniors Susie Alvarez, TeresaS ,Rhoden,' Rita Richardson, Michelle Special Section
Bauldree,' Shawn Hart,.. Jeffery Sexton,. Nancy Shuford, Pamela of,
: Johnson, Richard Warren. Taylor Roger Tetstone Jr, Deanna Close OutaUsed

i Tomllnson, Melissa Williams, Betty.
Junlorsi Lisa Bell, Gwendolyn Woodard.. '
9 Brown Selina Cassels. Lars Ann Livinq Boom Suite
5 Johns Kenneth Lazzaro, Martha ,
; Murphy, Mary Richardson, Theresa THE BRADFORD I
a. Ricks, Faith Roberts Mlchell COUNTYTELEGRAPl1/ Umtfd End W Coffee Tables

; Sulwell, Darrell Wagner, Jules Wise. hiblilMd very Thursday

al 13J W. Cat Street
Sophomores! Brenda Bawek,
Etake Florida 32031Stctnd
C I Robert Bellamy, Philip Crews Janet '
'Grlffis. Marie Innocent. Valarie class postage paid ' Jenkins; Karen KimuCU: 'Rosaland DENMARK: FURNITURE
Ii Lennon Andy Nguyen, Timothy }
Nugent Tents Parks Stephanie Red Rates;
i ding Tanja Rigby,Alan Rogers.Wendy 'In-trade"
area: $10.00
per rear
:: Sullivan Cynthia Ward. Kay,Wat. 434 W Call St
:I son, Catherine Zamblto.Freshmra $',10 Six maatM ,Starke Fla.:

I :'.KeillcM.,Baldwin;iylirE. ) ,.oUt.wi.tr. 'ile ...::$11.00 per year 964-5826 ESlabl+shid1r1i923.} ) : '964827

.. ., SB,00 six months

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January 13. 19M3

T-; i-; I Lawtey News Friends learn that ofXes he wa McClellan able to are return happyto

home from Alachiia General Hospital'
Jr Gainesville on Monday Jan. 3. Our
L- By Elisabeth Terry Mrs. Daisy Boch, and Mrand: Mris. '<'F' Wavers ''are still with him. :

Phone 7SZ-3300: Buster Bennett and other relativesand pvt iFloid'Harrls. 213-7J-9I97. 4th'
__ friends while here Wednesday to training Bt Bravo Battery Fort Sill
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Friday. Oklahoma spent' Christmas and New
Grace United Methodist Church Is Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Year's holidays with his parents. Pet

planning a Fellowship Supper at the their sister. Mrs. Sarah Hallman of t Officepjst Class and :Mrs. Joe<< liar
church. This will be on Sunday Jan. Keystone Heights- visited their rW and family. .

30. at 6 p.m. Make plans' now to at brother, E. L. Kelly 'of Veterans Mrs.; Andrea Tahsequah and son.

I tend. Everyone welcome. Hospital Gainesville on Friday. 'Meech:of Huntington Beach. California. .
1 '
: ,, ; t PERSONALS: Mrs. Jewel Roberts Mrs. Mamie spent Christmas and New Year's
'4L; 7 S ;; r _ _ Friends of Leon Wilkerson regret to Lou Edwards and Mrs. Tom Casey of ,holidays with her brother-in-law and
learn that he is a patient In Baptist Starke enjoyed a luncheon of quails sister. Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly
1 i _____ Hospital'Jacknonvslle and has been with her mother Mrs. Fred Moore. on Mr. arid Mrs.-Ray Hosier went to
? T _____ ___ for a week. Our prayers are with him. Wednesday. Deland Wednesday Jan. U: to nee the

vI Miss Elizabeth' Terry visited her Friends of Mrs. Flossie Rosier specialist about Mr. Rosicr's permanent
sister Mrs. C. E. Strickland of regret to learn that she Is a patient In leg. .

Gainesville Monday, until Wednes Bradford Hospital. Our .prayers are. On Saturday evening a dinner and

_ I day.Mrs. with her. shower honoring :Miss Brenda' Peterson ,
Nellie Wilkinson's. daughters. Mrs. Elsie Norman visited her and Raymond Wilson of Jacksonvill. .
I Mrs. Daisy Bach, Mrs. Robert Smith. mother, Mrs. Lissie Starling. of was given by the bride-clod's! '

__ Mrs. Tom Whaley of Tampa, Mrs. Jacksonville Wednesday until Fri- aunt. Betty Tresca. and MarjorIe
Maines Griffls and Mrs. Virgil Griff day.Mrs. Whetsel of Keystone Heights( "and
I' of Palatka. celebrated their mother's Earl Troxell spent five days Jeanne Lee at the Lcc'Kiriimie in
I'I'I I ',75th birthday In the Fellowship Hall with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. Lawley. Guests included 2Sf relatives
at Highland Baptist Church Jan. S and 'and Mrs. David Kelly and sons of from Jacksonville Gainesville.] 1 1liawlhorne.

Elementary Straight 'A' ,students.;. It was well attended. For Jacksonville. Keystone Heights and

These Hampton Elementary student earned all A's on Faye Cruse. On the front I'Gwtrom left to right),'are! refreshments cake they served birthday Friends of Leon Starling are happyto Dowling Park. *
their report cards last semester. From right to left on the Joseph Miller. Steve Lewis Sonya-Lynn Hodges, Julie punch. learn that he was able to return Mr. and Mrs. Reggie :Norman of
front rowlleft to right) aret Cynthia Davis. Jessica Collins: Laurel Sanford and Shannon Patrick. ?' .' Mrs. Virginia Lastinger and her .home from St. Vincent's Hospital in Ichtucknce Springs spent Wednesday
,Fisher Josh Cruie Scott Branham. Danielle Hersey and i daughter, Mrs. Elsie Bennett' of Jacksonville on Jan. 7 after surgery through Sunday with his purcnls. Mr
., '4 Daytona Beach visited her nieces Our prayers are still with him. and Mrs. Truman ;Barman: ;
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By Dolores Meng- ,Recent Visitor Happy Anniversary Welcome Visitors adult exercise class at the school on school. Classes are held on'Mondays.Wednesdays ': .

f' Phone 4B8-1913 Mrs: Melanie Koby Sheumaker and Larry and Tina Woodward Last Wednesday Roger and Arlene Jan. 10 Anyone interested in joiningthe and Thursdays from ::1

New Arrival 'children, David and Tina paid a surprise celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary Rich retired teachers visited the class may contact her at. the until 3:30 at the school. I
Steven and Edith Smith of Hampton visit during the recent holidays on January 11. school and toured the new
Lake announce the birth of a -to her mother; Mrs. Rose Koby. They Birthdays cafetorium. Alt their former students --- -

daughter Rachel .Elizabeth born ;'stayed on'.about' ten days visiting Jan. 6-Wyatt Collins was 10; Jan. and the faculty were happy to see
Dec. 30. 1982 in Monroe Regional .other relatives and friends In the area 8-Elalne Rhoden was six, Jason them looking so weillSurprise !

Medical Center in Ocala. She Joins before returning to their home' In. Padgett was seven and Charles Party WE BUY
David who is seven. Mark who is six. Blytheville, Ark. Casner was 14; Jan. 9-Alice Faye Cyndee Lawrence was pleasantly
Charlotte who la four and Ester.- 17 Among those visiting Mrs. Viola Waters; Jan.. 12-Chris Meng; Jan. surprised on Friday when some jl,1
months old.Paternal. Lefebvre the Henry Spell. and the 13-Tracy Bradley was 12. parents of her kindergarten class \
grandmother is Mary Ann Edward Muse families during the HAMPTON SCHOOL brought in two delicious cakes and
Smith of Starke. Paternal great holidayswere Mr. and Mrs. Eddie New Mudents ', her students presented her with love
grandmother is Mrs. Walla Lipsey of Fitzpatrick and children Julie John On Jan. 4, Cecil Miller enrolled lit ly birthday cards. She was amazed \c.eS
Starke. Maternal grandparents are Michael and Vickie of Pensacola.Mr. Cyndee Lawrence's kindergarten that her little students could keep a pc!
Willie and Rose Lee of Ocala. Maternal and Mrs. Don Giles and sons class. Carla Broome and Morgan Es- secret for three daysl The occasionwas s.,
great grandparents are Charles Tommy' and Steven of Genoa Ohio. ty enrolled in Jean Clark's first grade Cyndee's birthday which was on I ,,0"" .
and Eva Brlggs of Jacksonville and 'spent several days recently with the class on Jan. 4. On Jan. 11, Claudette Jan. 9. ; '

Waddie and Anne Lee of Ocala.ighllght'ot Paul Meng 'and Francis. Meng Frees welcomed Mary Roy. formerly. Exercise Class ,
..families..Brooker of Lake Clty; to her fifth, grade.' Millie Galanos conducted her first

I I '.\" ,_. News. -

By C. E.--Sue" Davis Churches.:... @GOLD
Phone 485-1344 The'Rev. W. W. 'Waldron of'the
Church of God in Brooker is slowly "
CDR and Mrs. Charles Moore and recuperating from 'recent stroke .,

children of Charleston S.C.. enroute and'was able.to conduct the morning
to the home of CUR (ret) and Mrs. 'worship services at the church Sun zraEII-
RUby Hildbrant In Cape Coral for the
day. During his recent illness his son, SILVER
: holidays,were the overnight guests of Lester' Weldon (of Cleveland, 'Tenn. 1 '1 '.
me nugn Crosby: family. On conducted all services In the absenceof Trrz''rT:
ai Christmas eve the Crosby's Joined his father, '
'' ,' the ,Hildbranfa and I Moore's along ___

'Withan-old and dear friend Mrs. I This year with'over 10O changes In the tax
j' Wilson, to wait for the traditional arrival i Low.rlnmlnt..t Rates ''laws and *
formsyou have more chances of
of Santa and to enjoy an enormous -. 1 I ,
May Trigger Escalation-Buy Wisely
I making a mistake. And that could mean an IRS DIAMONDS
i" turkey dinner and all the trim-
m'ngs. Buy Now ''audit. If H&R Block pr.pares your taxes end ,, i
.. 'you're audited.'We go with you at no added ( ,
.. ,11..Uir, :(' ; .. '"tiY..irClf": 1 W U'W'; : :'.'V.r'r.1OO'. ; \" :' cost.'Not arvour t"ga".p"8I'Itetlv..butta'" t. (..}
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jIIIIRIQI--ere: host a nd hostess'to.thee,0 k.Poei I h4hMo tnMw4 ,W.\. .... .''h .$4&000 :. 'explain how your ta.*. McfHrjpreparad.; we "

1 secret relative Christina large 2 M block home In town .. .". : .iW''kWa.SOO make mistake and you owe additional t*..'1 i j.. i p"/,l ,'for, .'.,>i -f i \ "'i ," I "fg, 'I I ",
the family always has during Super nice mobile -home on2 manicured .you pay t>nly the tel!. We pay the penalty.end : ,

the party holidays at a member of the fami acre. . ,,. .. . ", ,. .'22.toO. interest.
ly's house) Dec 29. A fun time' was t|>aclout tingle wide' en."1 ecre. In Graham' .'25.900I Z Every Saturday al:
the opening of then the bedroom, 2 'both,' 1C"-1'perch, last, Call HSR BLOCK
presents. Street. . .' . . . . . .. .WO.WO .
guests all sat down to a ham dinner new tax taws.'
' with all the trimmings served by This y or's number one reason to go 10 HM Hock..The 1O am 4 pm

Hugh and Susie Crosby. Those present '

for this grand day were the Neighborhood 2I'

Richard Crosby family and friend of "Properties. nc.; Starke
Kay's Jerry (of Waldo) also the Phil In'm-"D'' Keystone Heights THE OUTFITTERS'

.Vellenga family, allot Brooker; Mrs. .n.ojtors 964 N. Temple Keystone Shops No 3.
Hazel Carlton Elaine Griffism and ,((904)) 96..5231 R:1.l Eui:: Cotporctlon: 964-8286 .
t friends Roy and Steve Griff of Equal!HmiMnf.Opportunity! (3> 473-3646 U.S. 301 South Starke Florida

.iStarko? Mr: and Mrs. Lane Goodson p .sS'SpSpp pticeji1' ''I Llefnmfd Dealer
Pot Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. BroderickrVaurfrwrtt ,
M ir..,../\.... HI..hI.n4' .. l
Val Crosby:;; and Ron-Fukow'of Ocala.'7 ; Siroot. for coih at tho hour of whose address li JOel Tho'' 889 Wetl Madison !

the when'Ron 12:00: o'clock Noon'on Gallerla 333 Laura 1 CertificotoNoIS4 fLbRIDA
evening-was STARKE.
.1,1. Avenue Starke Florida ,
and Val announced their * Iradford. County before January 31, 1983. fy Com at NE Cor of SE GIVEN
in::June.-! .Details vto ba.announced,. : In told business that the proposedOrdinance.
and file 1 40fNE I 'oISE I 4
Courthouse the with
ol Storke. original
I--, '" Dudley P. Hardy. ".A. enterprise or. as, whose title
: .... 620 feet N R W
Florida.i the Clark of this court run w to
*, : .. "I P. O. Drawer 1030 follows: hereinafter appears will
I,1 Stork., Florida 33091"Telephoner : Dated? December either before tervlce on Guy Andrews of Co. Graded Rood for bo considered, for fnol,
Hugh) Crosby was honored onihisIrthdlfrflt 30.,1 1 982. plaintiff's attorney or Im POI continue, Watt 700 ft
i Thomas R. Andrews enactment on!!, the 18th
a small dinner party held'H ,((904)964.5701. Richard Co*. ..Ir.I mediately', thereof! DATED at Stork. ''South 406 ft 'lo North day 'of January. A O.
\ : his home during the past week-end 'United" Statei Martha! otherwise 0 default will 'II W of Co. Rood NELV 1983, .
1/13 2tchg 1/20 I Florida this 29th day of at the C.ty Com-
by hl ,wife,* Susie:Present;"besides MIddle' Dl.trlcl of Florida bo entered against you December. 1982. along road to POI Section mission ,
,;the' home folk*, the Phil Vellenga' NOTICE. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT i Carlotta D. Miller for the relief demanded 1 064tchg1 27 '0. twp 7 South 7-00 p.m.meetIng jn the startingat CityHall
rIanib'5'oat of town overnight guests 'BRADFORD COUNT UNITED STATES DISTRICT'COURT Aiilttant United Stotet In the. complaint or p.tI. Range 22 East in Starke I Florida.-A
'a'eI' 'V4 land FukovJ of 1 MIDDLE Attorney, Attorney for lIon Nome In which a......
Crosby !jtoh PUBLIC NOTICE
\, : .! JOHN E. CURLES. JR. DISTRICT copy 'of said Ordinance
.'Ocala. ._,. PlalnliH WITNESS my hand ed Eliiobeth C. Fowler b.
has made FLORIDA impeded
application to may by
: OF FLORIDAJACKSONVILLE /Il3 and the tool of this court THE All of said prpoerty any
."SI.' 'fi v'? lha Stork Zoning and PROBATE DIVISION, 4lchg 2/03 BRADFORD member of the public or
.< 'Weare Very( to Mrs. Ruth DIVISION "' ;$ on December" 22, 1982.ASCURKOFTHECOURT. COUNTY SCHOOL being in the County a.Brodlod. .
happy see Planning-'Board' ; for File Number 83,3-CP' '; S I .S. e' I' ..._ the Office ol Iho City
Mi ello Bill Williamson and BOARD Starke. Florida. Stale of
Wayne r reclostllkallon of the Court Clerk in the City Hall mStorko.
Parrish home doing fine after a No. 81-1059 By: Beulah M. Moody will hold a PUBLIC HEAR. Florida. .
stay property describedbelow IN RE: ESTATE Civil-' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. On the
.In hospitals In Gainesville during the from B-3 to 9-2 ROBERT E. TRAUTWEIN ; EIGHTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT. Deputy Clerk 'ING ON PROPOSED Unless such certificate dote I first above mentioned
holidays. Miss L-ucretla Cumbee- Approximately 1.7 acre. Deceased UNITED TES 12/30 4tchg1/2O BOARD RULE '. or 'Certificates shall be ,all Interested
Miami was at home with her parents. ((37S: .N '30O")., .140 S. OF AMERICA.PlolnllH. 'IN, AND fOR BRADFORD MGx.4-3.16IA: RENEWAL redeemed occormg lolaw'tho parties may appear and I
during the ; ....... OF CONTRACTS FOR AD. property detcrib be
recen holidays. : Walnut St. ((30T South ol NOTICE VS COUNTY. FLORIDA. heard withtrtspect; to
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Kelly of Alligator Crash), pared OF ADMINISTRATION ,THE ESTATE OP CASE NO;82...97 .MINISIRATORS. on certificates ed, in such certificate will,, be sold or this proposed Or. '
January 17. 1983. 7pm.
Wildwood were' the recent of 42B7 4n Section 32.Township ALBERT NOTICE at dlnance. :
guests FRAZIER In. ;
.. In the School to the highest bddar) at
I Board.Room \
.Mr and Mrs Sam Lee I 6 South. Range 'The administration;, AN ORDINANCE
!: ; competent OF INTENTIONTO ''of the. Bradford tho court house door on 'I t
:22 East, to continue the of tho estate of ROBERT.E. by reason ol Veterans'Administration FLORIDA TITLE REGISTER AMENDING ARTICLE VI
the 22 of
School News... .tiling business'and TRAUTWEfN doc.iod. : Rating' ;, f MORTGAGE COM FICTITIOUS NAME County School' Administration 1983 day February OF THE CITV OF
," ''As you may already know the city' have professional .of-" File Number 63-3-CP.: : 'end alt parties having PANY. a" Offices. 982North STARK .'S ZONWGREGULATIONS
'lko 1 I I. pending In the Circuit Florida corporation T.mpl.'IAv.nu., Doted this 9th do,, ofDoc.mb.r. 'TO
or hove ,
claiming to
Brooker and
of the PTA are working any Pursuant (o Section Slarke. Florida 1982.Gilbert k
This chon.i.' in Court for Bradford Court PlaIntiff"Vs CREATE
'together to build a concession stand right till.or Interest 865.09. Florida Statute., TO
Cop I. of this ,
Propose '
I S. Brown
classification l'subec
| ty florIda Divi In the herein, PROVIDE FOR MEDIUM '
for the entire community. to a public hearing to beheld .Ion... ,h. address! of Defendant. property! CLINTON I. MEtER: BILlV' notice I I. hereby given ed Rule 16G..3.I6IA. Clerk of Circuit Courl DENSITY SINGLE FAMILY '"
The stand will benefit a variety 0(' ,ion Thursday, which I I. Bradford' County NOTICE OF SALE BYRON and ELIZABETH 'that the 'undertlgnedj, may be obtained from of Bradford County. RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT '. ,
youth recreational activities such as January 371983 at 7:30: Courthouse,. Storke. NotIce I : BYRON his wife Henry and Betty Smith; the Superintendent's Of. Florida.By ON SMAUER
: .softball. baseball etc.: It will also be' P.M., In the. Council' Florida 32091. Th. glvon that pursuant*hereby to 0..01'1I'I...... sole or $joint _n.... doIng lice at 982 North Temple : Marian McRae tOTS. WHERE DETACHED I
used by many adult groups, for soft.' Room-In the Slarke City names and addresses of Final' Judgement enteredon NOTICE OP ACTIONTO bu.I..... under the Avenue, Stark. Florida. Deputy ClerkI INGLE FAMILY DWELLINGS \

ball games etc. Hall on Thompson. Street, the, personal ,'.p,_ December 2O..I M2 by : CLINTON .. MElEE firm name of SMITH'S This Is compliance 064tchg 27 AND INDIVIDUAL
The project wilt cos(approximately. Starke., Florida. 'At this toll_ and the p.rsonotr.pr.s.ntoIIv.s. Iho above entitled CourtIn foil Office Bon 2399 GROVE. ADOBE KEN- with FloridaStatutes.. MOBILE HOMES MAY EX(
....000. with the city donating $2,500 lime all person In- attorney ,th. above styled Crystal' IIlv.... Florida NELS. Ml. I, Bon 1103. Chapter 120.54 as NOTICE 1ST IN THE SAME AREA:
and the PTA .$1,500 tar!, construction, forested shall be heard '.or*," set ,forth ,eaute. '.tho Undersigned' 32629 low'.,; Florida 33OSS.: enacted by the 1974Florida OF Terence M. Brown \ \
materials.. : ., ,,' ,' for or against the. proposal below -' 'Unltod Stale Marshal or intend to ,og.!.... told legislature. PROPOSED ENACTMENT Attorney 'far the
Labor for the project will be prdvid* as specified In the ,All Interested) per. ony'ol' hit duly outhor.tr you/ ARE NOTIFIED fictitious name under the Thomot L. Casey, J,. OF ORDINANCE Ciry \'of Storfce ,
ed by the Bradford Union,V,-Tec" Zoning Code of the,City son_required, la file 'ed dePUties will" toll tho, that on, action to' aforesaid ttotute. Superintendent of '. BY CITY COMMISSION tlcha' '|3
Students and'a few .'..community of. 510...... Florida.; wlht this ,court.;'WITHIN properly tltvato In Brad- Kareclot.a mortgage on Dated this 1Sh day Bradford. County Schools :'
members who have volunteered their, Wallej'Cbolrmen Westeotf. THREE MONTHS OF THE 'fad. County, |Florida the folloiwlng' property In of December.. 1982. ,t.P62tch9l 13: 'I

,timo, :So fart SUn Jenkins' masonry, FIRST', PUBLICATION ,OF ..dnicrlbod a.. Bradford, County 12'234tpdM3"NOTICE'UNDER NOTICE't FLORILAND REALTY:E: i
class or students have\ outlined the, 'Sto.Zoning THIS,.NOTICE)' II) ,oll For a point of I>.9ln" Florida, '
1 fooling and levelled the fill dirt for the :4 Planning Board claim against the estate* nlng commence: of thoNorthwotl Lot' :On. (I) 'of 'John 'A: Ramon.1; will. 964-7700 'X '
4.' floor. Otis Tetstone will rough in the : liehj I/13 I and ((21 any objection by cornor 11' ,Iho SEMINOLS) RIDGE \Unit FICTITIOUS NAME not bo responsible for any : :
plumbing to the floor lf1\/ellUl his contribution .on interested person o' ,Northwest Quo,...... ,of Noo. ,T,.,.,,an 'unrecordedmap STATUTETO debts' other than my own. 3'93, N. Temple).Av.,, ,Stork. i '., "
. whom this notice _lie. ho Southwest Quorlorof of e survey of land l2,304Ipd 20 Verm P. Odom Broker! GUI ,* ,3. .
Jenkins '
the student to the will project.be ban, the said Job :Classified Ada .wes 'moll.d't"o, Section 3.'TownshIp. 7. In Fractional Section, 12, WHOM if MAY CON. P v J' v '. ,. .-, .J. 0. Odom. Jr.: Assoclote .\ ;'., :
challenges, the, validity of South;' 10"O 22 'Eoil.. TownshIp SOHIK .Range 'CERN: *: NOTII '
January IT', to begin laying the blocks G t1I' esult,; the Will the. auolltlcoiNan Bradford County. ..ond' 22 East, Iradforj Courc Notice I Is hereby ,APPLICATION i If I,
The project should completed by *,' of :*,. .perform 'from mid point ol bFlorida, a* surveyed given' (hot the undwtlgn- FOR TAX DEED,, .- ACRCACI '
the end February or early March.; wJ ''representative; ,:', 'venue. nlng run North WWHT: by JoMeK G., Knopp., ...). pursuant lo me "Flc ; ,-I'% Acre Bldg.. let-Country Club ore*". 1 ,. :
.- J '..' ulsdktlon| of. the ,tact, 399.0 foot: than run Ieg&st.red 'Hand tltlout Name Statute" NOTICE: IS HEREBY alt Ac. In Crty. Zoned few mobile han,,.. .
t, noon.-, ', ,Sou",, ""' '3O".lost.. tOO Surveyor: told parcel, .be- Chapter 869,01; Florida"Slatules 'GIVEN! ,' that. 'Rob." .-'A to IV, "Ae. ,ot. twellent I......... i.
'ALlCLAIMS AMD ;lo, .th... run,. Soutrt. jag more, particularly : will register Ale"l. Green-, 'jr. the .I Acre 47V e. U-S.-MI South. J
OBJECTIONS NOT 10' M'war ',w., .iso.0,' ..c'lbtd In. EXHIBIT with the Clerk. ol the Circuit ......,d.. of the followlnd- let In Keystone Helehte. Zoned ;
FIllD WIU M FOREVBI foot,,,,.thort, "A"' trader*... 4 .; i
; attached ,
!' I runt South hereto and Court In- and for certificate has filed tad|,,> 00045..*tesi1 .
AfHMOu'. l'13/ja': l Eatl.32.t9, teat:' mode a part hereof;r redferd. ,Count,. ''(OIII"co .*' lot ',*" to. -2 BR. irkfc and Heck..Ooo'- .ncfI",, : g ",{
PubllcnMoi' ';' '4i' theft run South WWM": has bert fifed,,oaahul.youi .Florida;:uporrreceipt of' dee*' '.e* fee litued1 I'fwe to ,"' (eel Cell Street.MM .II..t lsw'.. .
.Malice ha* begun 0'" 'Wo.t.; 245.0U.l, Ihor. ClIMrON E.'MEIE. proof .ol publication' of thereon", ,T.... certificate- .*.'.t, OMer homo. t .'
January/ 13. .1983. i inlet Nortrt l'13'30'' West and you. or. required to, th.t 11011<<... the fictitious. numbers and years of I*. ;) ., .... .then *IS.DCJ s .. HI!
The ",aVe.j.:' .'Am.iIcan' h/auut./ Personal IJ2.4, to'b50INflIA tho ,Mint! ,of.l carve, o copy'of your'' i.name."..-...11: uonce, tho description, .'Nery. very c..ltle ORfwilT b... gero-j. q. .. 'I "
', hold ;BP.f\lh"!\ "' :' H.:.:>.y ,"o'n,. wit.mtn.1 R' .ii. t e t Iv. l ... written den. .... If ....,. BELCO ENTERPRISES/ ,of me property r.and Se', Two t, "':t..v::
., ', Fred WIlliam TnnitweM: .at j Mk'outcry- horil 'lofon) dortoW M.' BollIno under, which ,two era .......... In-which" If '.... '. Bedroom Trailer' j $. '
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!t. best bIdden ploinilfft. attorney, engaged 'In business; '.t. Unt>ed are a* follows: : \'! ', '*'


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1 'T;:'*' \ perlenced In November: and December 1

: ,, \', '* !'The '"old-reliable" lee-year ,old could: not be recovered even If the rest of I
t. As Arm ; 'Tnaini00,6. 't .Farmers' Almanac/ predicted "frosts to the winter was colder than normal with
y i ; Florida" for December 11-15, but the morJ' only six weeks left to go. \ ,*
'r '. 'dips llbW here on the 12th and 13th'was 80
degrees, and dropped Just one degree. to This winter's mildness to date"has i bfen a
The announcement that Camp Blan- school Panama. and head of the team 59,, on the Mth and Oft -- ,, far cry from the bitter weather experienced -
is of four locations being con- evaluating possible new locations : < in the final years before the turn of. the
ding one The proddttfoil'tor': (! 'ianiury 'i-li1'Ws.. In 1900 Well.to-do northefners
sidered for relocation of the U.S. Army spent several days at Blanding' last "wann In Southea.t," nother blooper Ipr'Fgrmsr flocked century to Bradford and other counties In
School of the Americas if and when it week and was favorably impressed .' Almonaej 81 one; of the tow .cold this area during the 1880s to invest, heir
is moved from its present ''site In with facilities of the National Guard Waste 01 I)' warm wi'tr-r! ir riv; money In orange groves In hopes of makIng -

Panama, is of great importance to camp as well as the layout and terrain .'edjn this'area; ,on! the.l2th, another fortune. But their dreams
j Bradford County. of the reservation. completeplantfor i Alb, of which droves that" evens i theFarmurt' were shattered during the bitter:winter of
of the citrus trees in this
'i1894-5 when
'Almanac can't weaU-
which predict
needs 295,805
the school
As usual however with ,whiles thai let area were killed. A final blow was struckin
accurately : streamv. a high
square feet of building space, would February of 1898 when the mercury fell
of this kind there i velocity"river of air" flowing west to east
tl developments not be constructed until later. To begin cross the continent continues to shift posI- 'as low as 10 to 12 degrees this are*, and
problems to be considered as well as with it would be housed largely in existing tion in a totally unpredictable'manner two Inches of mow remained unmelted on
Benefits to be derived. Under the structures at Blanding. These shifts, can 'divert frigid arctic Air the ground for several days. This disaster
heading. of benefits is the fact that location from one part of the country to,the other, finally -convinced growers that .North
of the school at Blanding would If Camp Blanding should be chosen '. depending on which way the current flows/ Florida was no plaee'for citrus cu ure.

mean a multi-million dollar payroll for' as the site for this Important facility And the provocative jet steam messes up >What was was abandoned.left of the and once the prosperous citrus In-

this area. Among the problems is the, plans should begin Immediately to provide ,, loW of other things besides the Farmtrt' This week' cold may signal the due end of to dustry groves moved further south,' below the
fact that additional housing would be the necessary housing for families Almanac. For Instance, lawn grass' substantial savings to consumers frost line.
necessary for the families of married SO that this community Is not again usually brown and sear at this time of lower bills for heating oil and gas dur'tng'the
mild weather of November differ as to whether
slln and unusually Meteorologists
personnel among the several hundred caught short as it was in the early days stopped growing.green Azaleas are bursting ver entirely December, and early January.The Starke winters are likely to become warmer or

i commissioned and noncommissionedofficers of Camp Blanding. ,bloom a month ahead 01 schedule, and Natural gas department reports'fuel con colder, depending on such diverse factors
as well as civil service person- Bradford growers have been 'scrapping"! sumption off approximately one-third dur as changing sun spots, pollutants entering
nel needed to staff the school. In' the meanwhile, civic groups 'as strawberries since! before ChrIstmas.November ing the fall and early winter months. Only the air to screen! out, the sun's rays and
well as individuals the community '230,000 therms of gas were purchased for volcanic dust doing the same thing. A
Two locations in Florida and two in should let it be known that we welcome, yw resale bythe, city-during November and slight shift atone degree or soon the warm
I' Puerto Rico are being considered as such a facility in our area and will do, December just passed, as compared to side could start the polar Ice caps melting
J 333,290 therms the same months 1981. causing the sea level to rise and flood p or.tions ..
potential sites. The present agreement everything possible to accommodate' as This would mean > a savings of almost of Florida and other..w .-S-0 states,
between the U.S. and Panama for its needs if the opportunity arises. Col. $70,000 In fuel costs for the city's 1,079 On the other hand, a trend toward colder
operation of the school in its present Ley was pleased with the contacts residential and 150 commercial gas, temperatures could move the earth towarda

i location expires in 1984, and if the final made with local business and professional customers: little ice age when more of the ocean's

I decision is made to move the facility'' men at :the Rotary Club last Similar losses In revenue were reportedby water would freeze into ice caps, lowering
l' the moving operation must start later week and a friendly welcome and a suppliers-of heating oil and propane the sea level with consequent Increase' of
this year feeling of being wanted is sometimesan 1982 passed without a single 'gas. pne dealer said the revenue loss ex- land mass.
freezing morning,, while four freezes, ;
important factor in making deci- "
Col. Robert E. director of the "
Ley sions of this kind. visited the county in November. 1981, between
i the 15th and 23rd. ] I

,December' was also 'relatively freeze- 1983 Home Weatheraatioh z
\ free with only one week of cold, from'the1 .,
; Ten Month School Term'Won't I" \: 18th through the 23rd, when morning lows'' '
ranged from 39 to three mornings with Program Starts in February
I freezing lows of 30. By contrasti December
Solve Problem 1981 had nine reezing or
below temperatures seven of those nuns '

.' ,.... ,nings in the 20s two as,low as 21 degrees. 79 domes Improved in' 198?

Florida Commissioner'of Education Commissioner Turlington told't1e,*!: '"['i; The; diet 11 days of January were on the at $79,000 cost .
mild sJ.de'wlth only one near-freeze of 33 r
Ralph Turlington and State Senator Senate Education Committee, which"" degrees on the 6th, but the first really bitter ,, '' 3
Jack Gordon of Miami Beach have en- Sen. Gordon heads, that lengthening\; .cold 'wave of the winter rolled in '' *
dorsed a proposal to stretch out the < the school year would enable the state,' ''Wednesday with a low ':of 39 and a <''' ,.:. .

present 180-day school year in an effort ,, to make better use of its' school'1buildings predicted hard freeze for Thursday morn- "
to make the U.S. "more competitive"with and administrative staff' '' ing. ?. Seventy-nine Bradford County homes benefitted from the 1982 Home Weatherizaxlion

other industrial nations. since 'they are already .Available> 12. Although this week's'cold will result in Program at a total cost of $79,000. ,' ,"" : J.d.

Sen. Gordon favors a school year of months a year. "This means the only', some plants loss had put to strawberry on light crop growers of bloom whose and The Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Is proud of its record: 'in Bradford] {
additional would be teacher' County contributing: to the local economy: and assuring that 79 families will
210 days, with teachers given a ten expense !
per- he said. fruit it was welcomed as being better to warmer homes this winter. Lee Casey was the contractor on the 1982 program which
cent salary increase to compensate for, salaries come now and hold the crop back to its started in mid-April and closed out November 30. : '

the additional workload. Turlington But what of the terrific'cost of air' and more normal harvesting season of March The 1983: weatherizatlon program for low Income expected *
favored an increase in school days but April. If weather nad continued as homes is to start on or
conditioning for those classrooms dur- warm as it,, was in November ,and about mid-February. Anyone interested in the program may call the SREC office,

did not say how)lTlgch.?y,,,,, -::< fthe..pp \ive, .;,;heat; ofV July and, December, terry(i>Msbj&t yovJd! ,.soon,(> <., ,.964-6696, for further'tntthtn'Information: ,rtlrtteD\ ? .>i< .. ..,,...,,- Both $ loaded with Wo ) .,n4tf'oun'ruit.lqd."Bqb, ; j
presentation men by,werea-respooidingr4toJta members of the GbveKnor's t( tJij5; chbl\ t\'a tttllaetRoo t .freeze would TO.lU \eyaatatI9'1 hat'MlS 1.-1.1 ..Tif" 't01 tnRaei'iMa.1m.r'n

.? Commission on Secondary throughout the summer Hf"a t total' Y, 7, "' "..., *! I .PD"I l y114M
Schools which said the U.S. was faring \ school program is to be offered, rather u '
:: poorly in competition with nations suchas than a strictly academic diet? '1 Agent's Notebook Bob Taylor I

Japan and Germany because Besides the Inconvenience to parents ,
students In'this country are not re- and students I I
there is also the problem
quired to spend as much time in the of teachers who "Don't Guess Soil Test! and "A Soil Most ot our native soils are acid, or have'a for our different and crops wi can
are required to
classroom, and are not required to renew Sample Doesn't Cost It Pays" are two '' low pH and require the application of a recommend: the kind and amount of(? fertilizer
take their certificates every five years and slogans we have used for many years to liming material. The liming materials that will be the most efficient: and
tough academic courses even. who would find it difficult to attend the farmers, homeowners and gardeners generally needed is either High-Calcium economical for optimum growth !and pro
they're there. necessary courses or work on advanced -' The first'one Is still true and I recom- lime or Dolomite, duction.. V

While'the l lack toughness' of the degrees while "pending over ten mend it to anyone who grows a plant .in the Dolomite contains Calcium and So"Don't Guess- Soil Test" and' Sa( S v e by
U.S. school "curriculum might be months in the classroom. soil and buys and uses fertilizer. Magnesium, both secondary plant food not applying unneeded ferlilizgc, ;,;;Visit
debatable we 'have doubts that The second slogan is not true anymore elements that are needed for plant growth. your County Agent's office,/on,${! prf,( 301.
With the present school day starting because High Calcium lime: contains only calcium. near the *
there is now a $3.00 fee to have Fairgrounds in $tarkeniyour;/
lengthening the school term is the at 8:30 and ending at 2:30: in the afternoon each soil sample analyzed.. I have now Liming 'then supplies these1'',needed'! IOI il.iamnty kllr rpf; M.tqntalns,,1I): I rucr :-
answer to our problems in keeping up an argument could certainly be changed this slogan to A Soil Sample has elements while raising the 1H''aid'''d< {or taking the soil sample arid-Jiyw! to
with Germany and Japan. If a student made for lengthening the school day by a Small cost but it Can Save., sweetening the soil at the same time. and the sample l4lRi$6Kb at

is not challenged by what he receives 45 minutes or an' hour rather than' A re entatlve' soil sample analysis How much liming material and which theffniversity of Florida.: f,,,s112 $1194

in the classroom 180 days pe it is abolishing the traditional and needed will' tell you the pH (acidity or alkalinity), should you apply? The soil test, b.Ttle.smlts will be mailed tom< not likely that extending the time to 210 of your soil. This Is important because answer to this question. I itligiS151510, .H I I haniredake ''specift-recoll1'l'llCladat summer vacation. Florida'spresent
days will do him any good.:, FTE (Full Time Although Equivalency) most pH plants range.perform Also, fertilizers better within and secon a certain 'levels The of soil the test'also tells us'the pIQ p I I lawn hmlng-and, ornamentalsi-gardonoiragKientlural fertilization teograttU'feQyour

This regulations set 25 hours the' dary and minor elements. major plant food elements ezop.'The test and recomAlenrtMlaVis -
year',our school term started as, max- are moreavailable Nitrogen., Phosphorus and Theme procedure
August 30 and; under the present imum time per student per week that to plants at certain pH ranges, are the nutrients that are potash.expressed'as- : takes a week to tenrdayanlal!
You '
180-day term, will close June 7. An additional will be "fundable" by the state thereis the fertilizer will get more you apply efficiency If and soil use is from the percentages on the fertilizer tag.IT your at
30 days, under Sen. Gordon'splan no reason why the rules could not be' ;proper pH lev'L.! we know the levels of these nutrients. ready seeding I \ the
would extend the term to August changed to 30 hours, per' week. After'' r ;(!:.. (. 4 '",'\-'\ 'I'' ',and;research has told us the requirements' !

20, leaving only a brief four-week vaca- all, there is no overriding reason why ::' : ,1. fW !lr1 '
tion for students before starting in on students must be out of school' by 2:30 ,11I1' Ifor I' ,

another term.It in the afternoon. ; Forestry in Bradford County- :. n '1'.

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is One critic of the "
easy to imagine what such a 210-day plan says -F. ," "
''schedule would do to children and "It really does not matter whether a J By David W. Norton the south is the rihplaice: 1m: timber'r.1in- the Florida Pow r and r.i' iC customers to
Bradford County Forester vestment /' '= north and west'of; Si3Pke ate slated to
who student spends 180 !
parents have been conditioned for days, 240 days (as in experience ;
years to a long summer vacation and Japan), or 210 days (as in Germany) in If you're f a timber' owner In this area, the ,. tinue Timber prices lit the south should con- 'while fuses that -outages wilt doubleavailable IOnl:Jan. 18-19
to rise above
will have to alter their so-called the classroom. What really matters is future may be very bright for you. ," ", which'already,ia above the the national inflation average, voltage are installed the, company: says.

"lifestyle'.' in order, to get in 30 days how that time is spent. I hope that Most experts agree that by the year 2,000 In \vn the price for southern plywood rate,, Work will be done at the following'' times.
{ more of school. If the means would accomplish members of the Senate Education the .demand ..for softwood will double.*. :alone rose 21.' percent, weather permiting_ on Jan:,18 from 8 to
i the ends it might be Wor Committee will take a second hard There are several reasons for this, one Is '$Because of'the 'Increased'demand'for for: ,1:30 a.m the power will be off,north of
: thwhile, but it is doubtful that a student look'', before, committing a serious that over the next' 10 years housing starts I, southern lumber pulpwood prices: should .Morgan 'Road and in the,entire" Lawtevarea.
I deprived of his usual period of folly," are expected to average at least 1.9 million, Increase, More trees will be left to grow to ," From 8 a.m. to noon, the power will
fun pen years compared to 1.7 between 1968 aawtimber,sizes and this will decrease !be off for L all customers along or served
summer and the".J.f10Ul1t.
relaxation will be in '
a Many Florida parents, as well as' and 1977..Population trends Art ax factor! ,1. ,of;available! smaller pulpwood. from USOOLbeU-w-rJ: Starke and, Morgan
tl receptive mood for 30 extra since there will be Road, ,
days of students and an Increase of people in( .',' '
teachers will doubtlesssay / f'
mathematics and the. 'What.does'alJthlarmean1to fan t.r'bnJan :
chemistry prime home-buying ,age between 23 the ; r.,
"Amen, and Amen. and 34. An increase In the number of two- r' 'downers In Bradford County ,II; means it rro'm"im.: : la no "-'tfe; power
I. income families! who can better'afford. new landowners' who Invest! now,in growng -. will\ be off for all customers along or serv-
homes will also be a factor:! timber will be able.to cash: In on their 'ed from Sale south of Hcllbronrt From I
i i Another i 1s:the 1 trend Investment when the trees mature and be' p.m.. to 4 p.m,; the power will be off for all
oo rance
r a tt toward In the .
,ryif position .take customers
advantage along
house This of the or served from SK-229A..
remodeling. market
for to of the now favorable' "market' conditions that will 1 exist, : '
:20 25% total wood products then, Customers ,
I consumption j and 'is advancing,alai n '. I in these areas mis' not experience -
rate ahead of JHte overall economy.: outages lop .tbe't'nhre! time
the : ':,Horii r ; i"r! will return to sections 01
At present West supplies 42fc of the' emaJferrprogranf; these ,
f Maximilian I. an Austrian prince, originated the tradition of the diamond engagement ring nation's timber and the South also supplies < pleted. the work on, the..lines 'II com'r
4 in 1477. His. bride, ,was Mary! of Burgundy;whom he had never seen. until their marriage.,, '42%. The West 'is cutting 97% more timber Ne;( st. V "."f''Starke '

) ," annually than Itt grows, where the south is T '. itseI lfmay) no t be atfectrd' Noce It
cutting only 24fc more than It grows.'Any Near' Old;,Courthouse' has Its own generation unit, but here may
: 1 Increase in demand, will have to \from ; be teoducUons
come !
AIA4 f power .
ee.oroao the south sine* the _t'Ia .. ., 'thtse ofou1a. during
: times,
,. Customers
w. -4 River E east .south 01
.j overcut uba .. "nY'.J.\w.\ aw.wa.A4.4u':: < 'ij tCotlncu; 1M:, has relocated Its rke Starke will! not be affectetf, '
; r This increaMi Is'being shown as man r' .f ', ''otfice pd is now receiving CII! at,J : ::11
h OA .companies In*timber|Mislness are mo_ 1 VN.:Tema.*. Avenue In the 'Su'vi' 'lnnee'River'Atatb.-Ity'' '
ing south.sAn ,sample of this waa the t.Jreelly north of.the.Old orJ To .
BOB B. FERGUSON JOHN h M. MILLER re-i i ." Meet Jan.. 13 .
County courthouse,,\ -
cent.moveGeorgia' Paclltc' heajquarters >r
Lake "
t PsMssen t.I'1Mt: oIfiee.admlnlaters the Butler! -
'/ from; Oregon to Atlan ') Bradford' :
:, J1.111,111.11, Nell,Taandq adtared"1, a tecssd(lass Matter '" ; ,ta. 'With large uv- County HotiIemaker pr ram.- the
al lie hit
tIIIIct ,:1 ; I Include Home Weatherization' .The regular
<< Procter ,
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C. it Vaika H.. not* Act tf Man J. 1l7t : the monthly meeting of the
Ct I I Othe'lpaniea.; Inc:; r1. Mobil, > decry oducts: food Suwannee River
t ;Ii "r'$' ,'bliss fie ran ia Wads am: 110 pr Year SISUMentt* "a ;'"... .:. and Industry comP"'. 1rlbution:!ogre", t ,,,1t't1'beltftl day,Jan t3, at 1:13:Authority p.m. at will be held to'
n.. H : Ia Quo in Bar-o.
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v' since 1974tJf them bought Southern I Council, Inc.. n. N.,Tent..
., ,:, land. Indusir seems to hay no doubt! that f N Ntiros t'Pt! Avenue, ;,.Tek plsono*4-"". 1G inter n., meeting Ii open t3 the pubiic,and ail

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BIRTHS Social Side Of

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\0 dJj 'Ian Gladys Mooty Society Editor 964-7608 ,I t '

Rachel Elisabeth. Smith, ,\ E yw- <+ i r +*> )_ **<* ** rk
., \, -
IfY r' r Steven and Edith Smith of Hampton
N a.edn Lake announce the birth of their baby LeasureReddish Wedding Saturday .
111t(, daughter Rachel Elisabeth ?born
nl"I Dec. 30, 1983' at Monroe Regional
Medical Center in Ocala. The wedding of Miss Lorna Leasure The hostesses presented the luncheon Monday at the Western
,c/:! Rachel Joins David who Is seven. and Tommy Reddish will take place honoree with the large platter to her Steer. Twelve members Of the
ern. 8 ? tibal. Mark who is six Charlotte who .to Saturday night, Jan. IS, at 7:30 p.m. chosen china pattern as a memento of Methodist Women's :Sunday School
10 four and F..ater.l1 months of age. In the First United Methodist Church the occasion. Class including:the. prospective
lid Paternal grandmother to Mrs. with a reception following in the Approximately 40 attended betweenthe groom's mother. Mrs. Drew Reddish '
:lbllIi.. Mary Ann Smith of Starke..Paternal Starke Woman's Club. hours 11:30 and 12:30: p.m. were present. -
,) .great grandmother Is Mrs. Walla All friends and relatives are invited The table was covered with a white
: Upsey of Starke. Maternal grand to attendMiss lace cloth centered with red rose in
ntIf' parents are Willie and ROM Lee of Lorna LeasureHonored a bud vase with butterfly balloon. attached
y Citra. Maternal great grandparents at Luncheon to the vase.
1'' r :'r r''r' + v are Charles and Eva Brlggs of Lorna received many useful
rltwI Lorna Le>a>ure>
,. Jacksonville and Waddle and Ann Bride-elect Lorna Leasure was gadgets as well as a gift of kitchen'
rlld"r l EMI yr Lee of Ocala. Luncheon Honor honored at a kitchen gadget shower knives from the class. .
sell Miss Lorna Leasure whose mar- .. _. .. .. .. .. .1. _
Leslie Ann Kirkland -------- -- -
riage to Tommy Reddish!; will take
Mr and Mrs.When Conner place Saturday evening, was honoredat
T fno Mr. and Mrs; Steve Kirkland of starlceService
a luncheon at the
Saturday Holiday
Starke announce the a
> :Mr. and Mrs. 'Wiltpn Conner daughter, Leslie Ann, born Dec. 4 lnAlachua Inn.Hostesses
Snli'bfitt.' ; General Hospital. She Joins Jr. Mrs. Brad were Carter Mrs. Maxie Carter centerFormerly
Mrs. Terry
brother J. Michael, age 4. Gaines
< Paternal grandparents are the late Sandra Crawford Mrs. Crawford Tire Service .
Glen Moyer, Miss Susan Faulknerand
Gold ,
Anniversary Alvin W. and Ann Kirkland of Stark /
.!in,,:: Maternal grandparents are Stanley The Miss Kitty table Leasure.held 2163 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Fl. 964-5366
and Ruby.Crawford of Starke.. < dining arrangementsof
*III'1oq.' Wilton and Thelma *Conner with Rev. William Caudill officiating. mums and carnations in shades of ... .. .II.I. .. .. . . ... .I
Tjt,celebrated their 50th wedding an- Music was furnished by a duet by Kelly Michael GrifflsMr. < yellow and rust. .
I bit niversary on Nov. 14 at Pine Level Raymond and Joyce Moody: Complotv Rutomotive Strrvic
'ft'Baptist Church Fellowship Hall given The refreshment table was and Mrs. Gerald. E. (Jerry Lunch BunchTo
., by their daughter Yvonne and son-ln-'' centered with a three tiered wedding Grif fto of Portland Oro.announce the Export: Transmission Work
10.J w Al Siddal of Illinois. cake topped with a bride and groom. birth 0( a son, Kelly Michael,born Meet Jon. 14
in the Serving and acting as floor Dec. 31.Maternal. .
Standing were
Mr. and Mrs. Conner-Yvonne iddaland hostesses were Lillian Conner, Ida grandparents are Mr:and' Senior Citizen's Lunch Bunch will -,'\ ;(ry FuH Tire Service ,,:.w.1r.
children Deterick\ and Rebena Shaw, Barbara'Uutcheson, Vera Lee Mrs. Harris of Portland Ore. hold a covered dish dinner Friday, I '
.... .. . . ; L"
f -and Rev. and Mrs.:'Roman Alvarez. Thomas, Irene Faulkner, Joyce Hut- Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Jan. 14 at 12 noon at the Presbyterian I., II.H. :
Dot Conner and Linda Wise kept the cheson, Edith Hutcheson, Elna Schaf- Mrs. Gerald D. Griffls of Camp Blan- Church. -
guest book.: for and Janice Joiner. ding. Paternal great grandparentsare Complato Rvpairs on All American

Arrangements of gold' and white .they ion which was catered enjoyed : Mr and Mrs. Carl W. Richie of Did You Know..........
flowers were used throughout. the by Starke ;and paternal great grand- Cars and Trucks
hall. r' Bernlce's Catering Service of. mother Is Mrs. Thelma Conway of

':'i'r '{, The couple's vows were repreated Jacksonville. .Starke and the late Edwin F.Conway.. ..'J.a..lopher Mrs. J. C. Vining of Palatka was .. . ... . . . .. 1{

,.! Monday visitor of Mrs. L. D. Vining.
Lee.Lahnsn Quality Work Guaranteedat '
Xi Iota : .' Joe Griffis, who had been patient f
II I Delta Had:Happiness. Program. Mr: and Mrs Armond M. Lahman, In the Regency Oaks Nursing Home in Reasonable Prices
'Jr. of Ft. Lauderdale announce the Gainesville has been transferred to
! The regular meeting of 'XI Iota pleased with the gift he received. birth of a son, Christopher Lee, born the Starke Nursing Home. M _
i .
The second party was held at Diane Dec. 10 in Fort Lauderdale.' II. . . . .. . .. .
; Delta, Beta Sigma Phi, was held Jan. '.' 1 I
4 at the hone of Debbie Ratliff. Hodge's home In Starke for members Paternal grandparents are Armond Mrs. D. T.Stilley and Mr. and Mrs. % '
After the meeting Debbie gave a only. Secret sisters exchanged gifts. and Shirley Lahman of Starke. Mater- Charles Von Spreckelsen\ of Jackson- OPEN FOR BUSINESS
program on Happiness. New names were drawn for '83. nal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.. ville were Monday visitors of Mr. and 7 8 Mon. thru Sat. '
am -
: December was a busy month with' Ralph Chesser of Jacksonville. Mrs. R. C. Buford. pm .
two Christmas parties..The first was Members also took gifts to the Nursing i
+ held at the home of Brenda Slade, Home for five residents off Dec r I
I Hampton 'for couples. Everyone 19 and sent a food basket to a family. Joa Michael Peterson 04 r
brought 'rerreshmentsland enjoyed in Hampton.
\, the bonfire.Gag gifts were exchangedand The hex[meeting;will lie held; at the Carl and Latalne Peterson of Starke
Tommy .Huggins. husband of 'home of Ella Cooney;Starke. on Jan. announce the birth of a'son, Jon
Phyllis Huggins, seemed .espe lany' 18. r Michael, born Jan-11 In Alachua. "
General Hospital.Maternal '
are Mr;and BE"I\ ,
J Junior Woman .ClubMok. Hospital AuxiliaryTo Mrs Herb grandparents -. Paternal : .
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i Plans' For ... _... Moot Monday '. roo grandparents Peteron7and '' : ,' J
J ;,- ;-- ----"' the'i bate Frank'Peterson of'
Strowbarry Pageant Dunnellon. (
I 'Bradford Hospital.Auxiliary will
" The Junior Woman's Club met Monday meet Monday night at S::30 pmt the. James Michael Johns ; FOVR 1'
Jan. 10, at 7:30 p.m. at the Western Steer. Steak House for the WAYS
Woman's Club where members began January dinner-meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johns announCe
making plans for the annual the birth of a IOn,'James Michael
.Strawberry Pageant, using then born Jan. 2 In Clark's Summitt Pa.
)theme 'Strawberries and all that Rockordc Plan Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
ttflr.jazz" Mrs. M. L.; Johns of Lake Butler.
fv .Some of the recent activities"the Open House Sunday Maternal grandparents... Rev. and YOUR PHONE
club has been Involved in includes} Mrs. Larry Richmond of Mikado ;
Milton. Christine' and'
Thanksgiving ;Basket and Christmas. Tanya Mich.'
("'Basket for Needy Family In our com- 'Rackard invite all of their friends and ,
JIll-u"ttt'':, ;'Money donation and neighbors to their Open House, 431 N.
'lot: ChrjistTrias\kihs to the Hacienda Girls' Polk Street,Starke on Sunday,Jan lb
1Uo1Uir'ldl' JfeTplnl out'with the county from :a p.m. to 5 p.m. Clots of 1973 CAN GET YOU
-U"I kid"district'} Spev\dl blYhiJllcet W*>4" their Stafirst home and they
01 wCOOkletj and 1\.001 AdI i i't""l' r havemade it because of the Planning Reunion
!r. ct Sunland otti+ge,, entering the Present town and the people In It.
Strawberry Queen, Cathy1:.NdrV" There will be meeting on Satur- ,
,11".1/ day.Jan. 29, at I p.m. at the home of
I iciimaflirirr>!lie!CbrlstrA. Para land
nu acmaking for and serving for the.United. H J;>.':'i startt'rogramR.ji.glstering' Joyce Rihercvim E. Call Street tomake OFF THE HOOI.1
'IIO'Daupt.enl"d Deoetnbert'1fbe.eonfedenCJnJIIIHIfI'II.IIlJecJQml .nvufoio plans for a BUS 1173 class. reunion. :

Idellcipus All UtaH planning to attend call
\ .*"') nmeeting., (
refrestunMtsi .were served'jiby Bradford{ County Headstart program -' Mrs.. Rlherd. 964-7M1 before Jan. 28.
Valerie 1 1 Cannier'rh :.Is' now re-registering all Refreshments will be. served Please Were introducing four very helpful] services into your area.They'renamed
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... Custom.Ulll1I1g Services and theyl1 put the moot : telephoning
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surprisingly low so to take full advantage of all these new services talk

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Pa..tlTELEGRAPH January, 1_ 1M1t7IMrK7NMtMMC71tMlc7glOg

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Parties ForMe'anl. BUS Chorus Will Black & White Photos Only Please

Morris Rock All NightThe

Miss Melanie Morris who was married Bradford High School' chorus Color photographs, ...111110 longer be accepted b, The T.I'rro,1t for use ,I" j ji

to Bruce Stevens recently was will be holding a 12-hour Rockathonas .
"e artlclet l
newspaper.Henceforth with inCludingengagemenU
feted at several parties previous tothe a fundraiser Friday night, Jan. 21, i please submit. black and white photo !,"
wedding: and anyone interested in helping out !end wedding announcements'Thispolacy "
to reproduce col.
Is invited to make a pledge for a I is necessary because The Telegraph, Sometimes color
A miscellaneous\ shower was given at chorus member.or contribute with a photographs With any degree of consistent quality.and screened, a. I.
the home of Mrs Gaston Hornsby In donation. photos 'comlS out acceptable when :photographed
1 F New1 Brockton Ala. Hostesses were I The BHS singers are shooting at a. necessary/ tl>> reproduce them In the. newspaper. But more often\ they'.' come
Mrs. 'Walter Lunsford, Mrs. J. T: goal of$.,500 to pay for coats that will out grey..or completely black
Weeks; Mrs. Don Vosol, Mrs. Harold .complete their tux doll. This policy Is to Improve the qualitY'01 the newspaper we bring you attfieuoperaUgn
Tindo)) and Mrs.,Hornaby. ; The Rockathon will start at 9 p.m. of our readers In this matter will be Jl'8lltly PPrfCI.!.1 ted.
.A miscellaneous shower was given. Friday night .and end at.9 a.m. Saturday The Editor
by Gladys Skypper.,Donna Stephenson \,;;,; .... morning.; .. ..-_..,.. -
Carol Strickland, Linda Love, ": ''i : t. .
Mary and Eddis Beasley at the. home \.. !,,I""I'" '" : I, of ealsry.kept in the bag with 'bread
of the latter In Dothan. ,will hsp the. bread fresh 'a longer (I' 'I,,,!*.
The bride was also honored at a Donations Sought '

{lingerie of shower the City in National the communityroom Bank In For ,Fire Victim, 1\ .-e-I ". .-.-.--...;....-.

r Dothan. Rhonda De-Angelo acted as Donations of clothes, money, or furnishings ;''' : \
"/ Pat PorierneldI hostess. 30 guests attended.' Judy Thomas may be made to Mrs. Julia Need Help Preparing .,
I -A rice-bag party was given by Lisa Richard Batcman .* Scott of Lawtey at P.0: Box 224, '."\ .: t./': .
Tice, sister of the bride, and Mo. Ken Lawtey, FL 320858. ,:, ; INCOME TAX i' I
Winter Concert Creamer at Lisa's home In Cotton- Judy Thomas, Mrs. Scott, the. mother of Lawtey ,.', > ;, ,
Series Begin an.. 16 wood. Pizza, salad, dips and assorted Richard Bateman "' Mayor Robert Scott, lost all her .I Call J.R. Ket473.2085!! .; '
appetizers were served.An belongings when her home was gutted, .-.- .
The third annual Winter Concert To Wed Feb. 12 by fire Jan. 2.Paprika. _._e_ ,. [

series sponsored by First United after-rehearsal dinner was boated, !
Methodist. Church begins Sunday, by the '. parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Catherine Thomas of'lamp- I II
;Jan., 16, at 7:30 p.m. Alvin bens of New irockton, Ala. ton announces the engagement and 'Is one of
Guest artist Is Ms. Pat Porterfieldwho The dinner was held at the Olympia approaching marriage, of her the most concentrated anfux
Is back by popular) demand. Ms. Spa In Dothan. Highlight of the even- daughter, Judy Louise, to Richard sources 'of Vitamin C.
Porterfield has performed on both ing was the cake. Baked in Gerard Bateman son of Mrs. Joyce General Medicine
Broadway and television. the shape of a Bible, the cake was Amslh of St. Petersburg and Harold
Now redding in St.Petersburg, Ms. chocolate with white Icing.A Bateman of Venice, Fl. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Announces the opening of his office at
Porterfield has been active in the Stag Luncheon was given by Edd Miss Thomas 18 a 1976 graduate! of Hwy 18 W. ft WiUm S64-6971
theatre In the Bay area. Having given Jackson, uncle of the bride, at Bradford High School. STARKE PLAZA
a concert here before in 1981, she has Western Steer Steak House In Dothan. Mr..Bateman is a 1963 graduate of Pastor George Watson and
been invited back by popular request.The The bridesmaid's luncheon was Weequahic High School in Newark,N. "The Congregation Invite You to- (Next to Pantry Pride) .
concert will consist of two acts. hosted by the bride's aunt, Voncllle J. Come and Worship With Us
The first act will be selections from Jackson, at the Canton House in The wedding Is planned for Feb. 12 Sunr Ie....... . . . .ISAMMaraMf )Hours: 9-5 Mon.-Flt. 9-12 Sat.
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the popular Broadway musicals Dothan.A at 2 p.m. in the Victory Baptist WanMs .11 AM
"The King and I." "Hello, Dollyll pool side engagement party was Church in Hampton.All E'a*.MMe. .. . . 7 rM 964-4668
and the"Sound of Music."The IIeCOnd'' given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. friends and relatives.are Invitedto .......uw Wu.sMp. . .7:30: W
act will be "Two Blessed by God." In Cottonwood Ala. attend.
Edd Jackson ,
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This Is portrayal through served the arrived u .u.
an original Punch was as guests -
music of Sarah and Elizabeth. Later in the evening barbecued 1
There will be nursery facilities and hamburgers and homemade Ice ON SALE THURSDAY,
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there Is no admission charge. The cream and cake were served to the 25 FRIDAY ft SATURDAYI!
concert will be given in the sanctuaryof guests attending.,
the church.

Altar Society e wi 1 ,

Meet Jan. 4

If Perfect $18

Josephine Cumber'presided at the f r.tLS' MEN'S WRANGLER
meeting of St. Edward's Altar Society CORDUROY JEANS
held In the parish haD Tuesday night, sa per.
'Jan. 4.
Those having altar care during Save $10
January are Pat Welty and Jan
tJr+C'rM1f A Powell. Carol Ashline and Antoinette woau/a1 Up To, I
Coss offered to do this work during Rugged polyester/cotton
February. Ol0 Is western styled/ with four i
pockets and boot cut legs.
International Chairman Barbara Terrific soMda. 28-38. Z
Anderson suggested the Annual International save
Save save ave save .., save ave
Covered Dish Dinner be heldin 3.89 e; 28% 21% A 24% 31% -; 1.88 1.88
April 24. Feb. 13 has been set for the KODAK
Historian Antoinette Stefanelli CAMERA L TREATMENT LIGHTERS SOCK. 1* '

displayed the Society history book she 2/$ ,,1 \
keeps for the group. .
David Ring *..t
Members were informed of the fund ,
WAs as a. WAa 1 s. WAS 1
to be conducted at St.. Edward'i for 1 27 WeRE 2/1 it W 2.1
Cf Victim Recovees *!! the Mother Teresa of Calcutta save, save save up s., save save JI

From Illness to Preach 'Benefit.This Fund Is labeled the Holy: 7.88 i' to 33/8 ;" 2ty7 .a /i

Revival. at First Baptist Cow for Mother Teresa. A milk can MINIATURE cCAR CLEANERe K'K.D rT, WALLET r J
and milk pail will be available In the WAT CH. PHOTO p pae 1 GARDEN DVO Z '
Cerebral Palsy victim, David Ring, church and parish hall for donations. AIaUM 8T y

has recovered from his recent illnesi It is hoped that sufficient money wills ?+1 $ // $ ", $ NEN'a
to be at First Baptist Church be collected In the Diocese for thepurchase \ t 5 11 MEN'S OR .y
month. of milk cows to help in feeding f'h J T
WAS 1.tie
David the In WERE UPTO 1.. WAS .9? WAS a ST MAPPV COAT6
scheduled and
Ring was originally poor other mis- was in se WERrs is .s
to preach at First Baptist in October lions. says save save save up save save
but because lower back pain Following the meeting 3.88 15% 2T / to 35% 32'/ 1.88 241
was forced to his visitStarke in refreshments served
postpone were by the AM/FM PLAYRIG /n PACK PORCELAIN fl .
until January hostess Wllmajean Terry. O60NAl 'CARDS MARKINO OR DECORATED COTTON MEN'S /
A cerebral palsy victim since birth, 1 PENS COFFEE MUGS WORK GLOVES 7 "- cn

David discouragements.grew up David's with father many and Did You Know........ ... $29J3'$2 $1 2/-| 3/2 I f
mother died before David was four '
teen. Bitterness and loneliness were a wePE 1 n WERE UP TO z/t i. WERE J/E.1
Mr. and Mrs. Woner of East
part of David's life '
Moline, III. are guests for two weeksof save ;save save 'YOUR save
sa p' +
On David re
April 11. 1970, acceptedthe 9NO1ce _
10% 50% o 2B'/
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Frlc 33%
Lord Jesus. The Lord called TIMEX 'w1 BEER ti nit t -
David to preach In 1971. David KEVWOUMD LOOO I /
graduated from William Jewell College Mr. and Mrs.. L. F. Dinkins spent CLOCK ASHTRAYS Ooleor Guar SALT SUGAR t PEPPER BOWL OR Mp j' !;, l 5 1
In 1976. David the two holiday weeks with their x Y 1
Ring was here In
Starke last year and hundreds came daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. 8 / A
to the First Baptist Church to hear James L. Stith in Pascagoula Miss, IIiIII wli' 4/.3 SHIRT L DRESS SHIRTS r '
him preach. David's WAS e. WEAlt00 'WERE 7/1.1 WERet.e t1I'1'S
messages speakto YvEAlen ...e .
the heart. David says, "All I want save save 24 / save up save
to remember Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw and fami- 2.88 up ,save save
you me by Is that. David .
Ring loves Jesus." ly are renting the former S. G- Denmark 4RANPM7c rJ' PLASTICCONTAINERS SandvkhX f PLASTIC to BOTTLES 24% 18 to 33% .V., %' 37% r* 19% 12%

David will be at First Baptist home on E. Call Street until MD/OND .,.. % Jr w/Md a NAPKIN MOLDER'OR woven ,'c t
Church on Jan.. 16-19, and will be their new home being built on. Densest a n 20w tlowlrAM r.lrlp.r.tor L alh CUTLER'/TRA "' TOWELS KITCHEN UL HT'' ':a ,
preaching at 8:30: a.m..lI:00a.m.and: Road is finished. 4/$ $ ,
7:30 p.m. on Sunday. 7 p.m. on Monday 20 $ I 2/.1 I :
Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Mrs. Eva Neill of Independence, l
The public is invited to come hear Mo. is spending several weeks with WAS 22 ES WEIR +/7 N WER!UP TO U7 Nt WERE UP TO t.+e WERE alt ,. I IJ .

David speak. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and save save sea ave save : 1 ,
Mrs. Levon Andrews.Mr. save
3.88 +
24% '18% 15% + 10Y. b t tC
Did You Know.!,.. ....... TRACK PLASTIO ALUMINUM MINIATUR! yr; :. / -
ptAYEA unn sox PAN SET KITH "'L i"
The United Methodist Women of and Mrs. Fred Bennett, Sr. attended & PROTECTORS .
I Starke First United Methodist Church the 40th wedding anniversary ,4I$3rpI 2 \jI$3MEN'S
honored Edna Sexton of ,
Keystone reception for Mr. and Mrs. J. D. MEN'S SHIRT f
Heights with a going away luncheonin Evans In Live Oak on Saturday. WA'3t Ea weR.+n.e WAS t./. :wAa 1 n W/COLLAH TOM fjIV
the Terrace Room of the Ironwood .v. were to t. +.. __5"w
Restaurant In Gainesville last Thurs Mrs. J. G. Jackson of Starke and save save save
1.18 .
day. Edna a retired deaconess, Is Mrs. Bernice Kennard of Gainesville SETOFf 21% 21% 10% .v.
moving to Asheville\ N. C. to Brooka- spent Dec. 31 and Jan. 1 with Mr. and :: AM/FM POCKET WOOD TROU8ER SKMT O, A.p'p'I SET WOOD OF DRESS t OR MINIAATUR! STANDARD 1'.. .8q
';. Howell. The thirteen members pre- Mrs. D. E. Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. IJ RADIO >y SUIT MANOERS ePOOLeDOF 1121 MO
sent gave Edna a gift and the pictures Gus Evans in Cochran, Ga.and Jan 2 PILLOWS'save

taken at the luncheon.Mr. were dinner guests of Mr. 'and.Mrs. $3E i $1 $1 $4 '

and Mrs. Gerry Gibson of Merritt -' Lamar Clough In Douglas, Ga. Mrs. WAS... ;. =wEnai.2T ," weRStaT t
Island Clough returned to Starke with them t>tsceuNTPRKs '
J spent the weekend with his and wlRE..r .,; ;;+ 1
mother Mrs. L H. Gibson and with Mrs.Jackson until save .
they last save >. 'save 0' fr',1', 'l
N' had lunch at Cedar Keys on Saturday. Saturday. 25% ,'21% 21% 21% !7M 15 ave% '-
r. I Among those attending the funeral Sarah Smith celebrated her 11th 1 ',LACK RACK .-TIER META! (.AMES)' ..+ r;. ', ,
1 of Sylvia birthday Dec. 29 CA IDYq BIKINI ,
ALvarez Pickering in with a skating party w aLOUBE TREE PANTWS ,' ,
r Lakeland on Friday afternoon were in Orange Park and Show-Biz Pizza '. 'k'WAS
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mr. and Place for a party. The six girls were 2 $1 f : 1 $iUwwsie s ""DIU'! 'y .r .
Mrs. Cleo Harley, Mr. and Mrs. Paul accompanied by Sarah's father, John T WAS's" V-NICK
\ Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. R.Smith; and son. Jonathan. 1 7T wAa t r w ,,,r W iI Ve''YC1y.. St
; Strickland, Mrs. Bertha Lang and ; ; ;; GREAT SAVINGS ON T
.' Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moore. 'Mr. and Mrs. D. M.Gerklna of M xvllle HEALTH BEAUTY AIDSI sa llt .

J' 2 were Saturday evening guest of K yaT .. r, ;
; : Mrs. Gilbert GoMwire returned Fri' Mr. and Mrs. H. L.HuUon. ,
$ 1 day after three weeks visit in .'save
'. Ohio with her son and family, Mr,and Bill Moral- of Panama City'spent'the 12%
\ "Wnk Ray Goldwire. weekend with his grandparents, t :one:
I Mr. and Mrs H. A.. Lawson e HMrik SJiouWwi lottwi
1 Lex Green bas returned to Valdosta ar : 'S"-"'atwmllr .WWSJ 2.TSti r 1101AD, 'I '9
.j' ': State College Ga. alter being home Mr;and Mrs.'Vj J.:Spongier attended ..r.sees N..as al..i cos M.erJl.. 59 ALO/clos ', '' surww.fertytc.p.w.wawas..e.
.!: i jot the holidays. the funeral of his brother, Harold .; else '

.! Spengler in St. Augustine Thurs rw+s'.':r n ..LeAa.o.., aKw.1 s e.. ee acT+io1Lo jury eUTY N s rRl1

_:Mr.last Friday aftteerrLaI olswceeks..,. day. OrV.MMI..1N a 7S.,...4r.. .,...... .... 1 .x : t oxro Oa aKneALL.
v r ". ed in WAS.M WAS 1e M -WERE S
1.,;.- :whim' they attended the Blue Bonnet /1 a1 'WeAl ION

game In Houston, Texas on New
;' :)i Yean Eve and visited relatives tat Mr*. W. H. Thomson was In i Mootlcello -. I
:Mississippi. Friday to Sunday visiting Dr. '
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Second Half Surges Carries ::Tornadoes Past CiHighCarter !

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Hits 21, Wright Grabs 20 ''bounds' ;' BUS Wins 2nd Half 45-20 in 65-$8 j'ictory ; 'J.:; ", t

Bradford' Hlgb' basketball team things they ,didn't think they.could where the Tornadoes,played one of I''
put together what well might have Baker, 8th-Ranked Interlachen Come to Town.The dol' their most sluggish games of the year
been the school's best half of basketball Sexton added; "Cecil played' a and paid for it with a double-overtime
in five outscoring Clay next two home games for Bradford High School could be doozies if whale of a ballgame. He was tough on loss '\
High 45-20 In years the second half to blitz the Tornadoes playas well as they did in the second: half against Clay.As .those boards?' Hitting just 32 percent of their shots
the Blue Devils 65-48 before a pumpedup a matter of fact BUS may have to play that well to survive. Wright missed the first'game., after hitting nearly 50 percent much
borne crowd Tuesday. The Tornadoes host Baker County, a district and region champ in 3A against Clay and his 17 points and 20. of the. year.-'Tornadoes never
Shooting a phenomenal 72 percent, last year and 78-58 winner over BHS a month ago. Friday night, Jan. 14, rebounds Tuesday was Key factor In could shake the Broncos.:
for a JV-varsity double header,and play host to the 8th-ranked class 2A and 43-43
to go with dominating board play In offsetting Clay's big man, Bert Cant Tied 41-41 after regulation
the second half, the Tornadoes, who team In the state Interlachen,Tuesday night at the BHS Y'm.JV games who had 18 points.. after one overtime the Tornadoes
\i I improved to 4to Clay's 7-9, roared start at 8:30 with the varsity at 8:00. Carter had another super shooting were outscored ..... In the second
back from a 28-20 halftime deficit to In between those two home dates the Tornadoes go to Orange Park, to night scoring on 7 of 9 shots from the overtime to absorb their '8tb. loss
23 score their first roundball win over play the Raiders Saturday ,night. floor and 7 of 8 from the line for a, against 3 wins J
Clay since the 1980 team upset the game-high 21 points. "'They beat iw on the boards and
Blue Devils in the district finals.In Besides handing out S assists' to lead i they outhustled. coach Sexton, said.
the opening game of this season night, a'31-30 advantage with 3:24: togo to go get It,"a happy BHS coach Mike in that department Watkins scored 9' ',.
Clay disposed of Bradford fairly easI- period three. Sexton said after gaining a 4th win, points and grabbed 8 rebounds. .
ly 71-58, and with an 8-point halftime missed,a 8-4 Junior slammed homea one that eclipsed the victory totals for Robert Bellamy was in double figures .Clot"....".'".. S M M 11.II 1 S4 It N MOAVr
margin Tuesday It looked like a 10th shot with both hands to put .the last three full seasons(0,2,and 3). with 11 points and Daren Chandler Ball l.."1.Dayman- .Emu I.Johnson 5.
straight 'Devil win in the rivalry was BHS up 43-35 early In the last period When asked how long It had been had 7.Carter. lUlnmll.BMkllirGwill: '; : TMtottOSltW.BRADFORD .
in store. .' but Clay made 6-polnt run to trim. since a Bradford High team played a Is now averaging 12.8 points : Bellamy I M II. Francis 0 000.
But things can change In a hurry on the BHS lead back to 43-41.: half of basketball like the-2nd halt per game and also leading the club John Norman**!0 e M M 0 0.. Piers Witklra 0 4.*1-1 I.I Chandler. Carter 7 I,7 M-'II.7.
a basketball court.: But BHS went to Its motion offense Tuesday he just shook his head and with shooting figures of 74 percent Wright. 7..'7.twin 2111-.II '
8-3 Senior Gary Carter hit a follow against the Clay mantomanwith 8 smiled. "Gee. I don't know." from the field and 64 percent from the ;
shot and then went to the hole for minutes left, Wright shook free for a line. Bellamy averages 10.3 points; Bradford t IJ 5. II' J 4- 47Mlddleburf'
buckets twice on from Emmett and the Tornadoes owned the In the 3rd 10.0 and Chandler S 14 II ? I 14 W
passes ; layup "They came out quarter Wright 8.5 BRADFORD) Bellamy i M 5. Prances 4 fro 0.
Watkins and suddenly Clay's game from that point on. and played good ball and just kept on Norman M 0. Wilkins t a.. S, Cuter 4 M ..
lead was whittled down to 2827. Clay scored Just 5 points In the final going. I tell you, we're weak In some .Broncos Win In 2 OTs" Johnson*M 0, Chandler. 4 .4 II. Alton 0 M t.
Moments later Wright grabbed an 4 minutes of the game while BHS put areas but we've got potential to where At the other end of the spectrum .Wright 4 IW 5..TOTAtai.....4-14 5r.auowaouso. ..Pruacbwl. .
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offensive rebound and stuck the ball in 15 down the stretch. If they get out there and hustle and from the big win over Clay 'Tuesday s.Bellamy. t,Bunny 0>.Culler I ronufa l'
2I1L In to five BUS its first lead of the "Our kids Just made up their mind play all the way they're going to do was Friday's Middleburg/ game II."...



A Pretty Pyramid.:.. ,.
The y.nlty'elleerle.den of BHS
stand tall during a break In the
basketball action. Tuesday night. '

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down with a badly sprained ankle In :' ACT r'
.the first quarter of last Friday's game : FLUORIDE .,."..(.. ".
at Middleburg and without his 14 point : Q
scoringaverage and inside leaping : DENTAL RINSE ,. 'I .

ability the Tornado jayvees went i 1Z-u. .. :
down to two straight losses. i 188 y t'q\. 5.11QU
The Baby Tornadoes slipped to 4-4 : .... \-': -- V
'With a 44-34 loss at Middleburg and i r. p .r
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Despite; not hitting a single 1 basket .'......"....".. ..
and Just 8 free throws in the first half J
the JV's were within grasp until the j AQUA-FRESH SCHICK Q-i'1 'S.PALMOLIVE'GOLD'
fourth quarter against Clay Tuesday. .
Sewell hit turnaround TOOTHPASTE .
SUAVE&.a 4.7HLII..ell" ...
jumper to cut the gap to 20-18 midway CARTRIDGES .

outscored through period BHS 31-12 three the rest but of Clay the /!! SHAMPOO SlJaI :: 6ACK 170

way with a press and subsequent CONDITIONER liar. '5 Caci129' BBlIa' 4 10
fastbreak offense ? s.ta
doing the damage. ::
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The second period was Bradford' 11-GZ. ." Limit a pack. <,. .. .: .
downfall BHS 9ge Limit 2 I Umit't Limit 1 pars
against Middleburg. YOUI pack ,
lost that quarter 23-8 while actually ,.
other outscoring: three the periods.Broncos 28-21 in the j ::2 ,1' ,.pl"'J'S'8fI .

Frank Long had if points total In i
the two games to lead the BHS jayvee !: I MLVMY.
team in scoring. Harold Cunningham /
added 14 and Jimmy Sewell 12 In the i NIVEA

two games. MOISTURIZING 100. 0.. a'* a ::..v. -

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start with the season opening In I! kilos/ ..... decongestant' aas ) H ..ti 1.,:'-::
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and Thursday evening at the Old Armory TAMPAX WIlEATCOl II ;, C; f4 :.. '':ii ;
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'p.m. Feels: and ta beginning for 10 weeks at 6:30.:(20 sessions), :: 249 i' tlbTlg06 100 VlTAMtN/MlMEftAL: .TAfliETS STRESS COMPLEX 1R ATS PUJSMMINMTTUOMOO !
payable it the first class. Instructor, 3- .
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wear a comfortable Limit 1 .... ..31 ............ : : :. 3"' ;:2"9' I I"SfJ. .
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tennis shoes and bring a Vitamins C d.E"6i, ;. .Mag.1.f0e I..H....' :.. ,

towel., First Morning.class exercise was Tuesday classesare Jan.4. Important mlnlal. ,;'.' .. <10, vitamin. & 6".minerals., .-, 'I"B.Complg2ilVitemfil L : I..(?; >.<'.]\''y,;'t- ..::j:,IUr- _aUr.2Sf., f.;/.Ito! vor.,.,',;\..,. ,1

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1 Hurricanes Pin ;Tornado Wrestlers for 2nd Time '
: J iS 'Gr d'S'
UK _.- ? .. t, Buddy wJ
Bradford High' wrestler met l
Gainesville High School for the M.
cond time this season last Friday
night Jan. 7, and found out not much Callings 'ts x 1
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bad changed between the two squads. s.
After winning S2-24: in Gainesville il),
Dec.3, the Hurricanes came here and !r: In Town
swung one point to their title, winning
53-23 here In Starke Friday.For ;
the Tornado,who slid to 1-8 In Sports editor
dual action after opening\ the season .
with a win at P-alatka, the only Individual '"c
winner, were unbeaten' err. :
Michael McDuffie and Tom Pierce,' ...Former Tornado multi-sport standout Allen Scott back home with three
and Teddy Bresee and Donald Thorn at Mars Hill College, where he's playing football,was workIng -
ton. with thego High wrestlers over the holiday .
McDuffle kept his unbeaten record He worked with unbeaten Tornado Michael McDuffle and said the* nwr140pounder
intact at 8-0 but saw his string of pin Indeed bal state title, or at least high place potential. Allen
snap by Gainesville' defense- fy knows what It takes to compete at the state level, he was Florida class:3A
Freddie Jones. Jones stayed '''iilr a { runnerup In the unlimited division as a senior at BHS.
on defense to lose MM but frustrated A$ Scott who la looking forward to a career of coaching football and wrestling -
the Tornado senior to share of his and expertise with Bradford's -
by managing F. f also planned to some experience
lay off his back. i present heavyweight- promising sophomore Don.ld Thont_.
McDuffie figures 'to get even Allen spent a long Christmas weekend in Slarke before going ;tHIck toGeorgia
tougher test in the coming day a* [ where his mother now lives. He'll back to Mars Hill In midJanuaryfor
he' slated to grapple aJ o.unbeaten'Nicheel Is, 1 ) school.
Bryant of Buchholi In a dual; "4I With another year of school and football to go he still plans to take a math
meet at the Bobcat gym Jan'it,and tL r J. Y, d : k degree and teach and coach at the high school: level...
Santa Fe' once-beaten 140-pounder
Cary Uimpkins here at BIB the And while'on former Tornado football standout let mention that
following Friday,Jan.31. school record holder Marvin Tyson (1.734 yards rushing '78) is Just a
Bradford's US-pounder; Tom I src semester away from getting his economics degree at Illinois State.
Pierce, also remained unbeaten, the' Marvin, small for a major colleglon at only about 16S pounds, played Just
easy way.He had a forfeit win against ., two years of football at ISU but stuck it out for his degree. .
CHS to go to X). ,- Maybe he can tell us what' wrong with the economy now...
Bresee (4-2) won by forfeit at 170 s
and Thornton (6-2) won by forfeit hi r r') t lr ... Over at neighboring Keystone heights, a school soon to be a class 2A
the unlimited class and went on to pin rival of Bradford's former Gainesville High football coach Wesley Dicks
Galne vWe'l heavyweight In period. { has been hired as new head football coach, replacing Pete Valentine.
one of an exhibition match. > M ; y, : '' .r Dicks, an assistant coach at GHS for 15 years and head coach for five
as.rvaua, ..aaawesa )11 } sod (1974-1979), also was on staff at the University of Florida for one year, the '
-M*Wrung. win forf.it .... TOM PIERCE: : von forfeit, IL compiled a 40-15 mark as head man at GUS, and was an assistant for
...TuM(0)doe, William.."Itfc HO.*}4O ,.. ti ., h l'In 1980...
pin Wrlftt I:41, IM- Bunt (O) mm forfeit, MlMICHAEL a,;:;:!)[ -_" '_".T -" --"'1" p po. --- many of the fine Hurricane teams including the state chams-
McOUrriB IB* JOIM 10-*, M.PMrucd .
(0)pin M ra-44,,.M..Aataraon CO)wn McDuffie Otarge On the Mat... ... Last week we mentioned here a couple of in-state high schools doing
_....II.,TEDDY BRESUE(B>_MM(orbit,M* BHS senior Michael McDuf.has the upper hand with a 141-pound match last week. well against nationwide competition in basketball. Florida has an even bet- I
Johnmlm (0) pin Burly: !:-, CMItrnl (O) In McDuffie won by decision to remain unbeaten.
Freddie Jones
pin Twoa I:a,Uii.rnln<.DONALD THORNTON ,guillotine move against Gainesville's ter reputation for prep football."
IB) .....HIU tN.When Just check Parade magazine,
which named 7 high schooler
AMERICAS FAMILY DRUGSTORE from our state to Its annual prep
you're serious about 35mm allamericanlist.

',,,,'" "'..w'' "'",.," ." ",.", ."''''" II< .,1 Titusville Running backs Melvin Gerald Brsllosi White of of

Eckerd Introduces //1 R 1\\1\\ \1 '} processing. JJLI Miami Northwestern Brent

I'/Ii .'1f.'I'W". "lr..i'I' ....'.. .. .-/ro.' ... V Jefferson Fullwood of of St.West Cloud Palm and Cardinal Alonio

.30% larger prints, one. print per negative. on' Newman were all named to the
high gloss Kodak"paper.'L .. Parade honor roll, chosen by a
:Unique display folio.Sleeved"negatlves panel of college coaches and

for superior protection. recruiter

Special packaging for. safe storage of prints, and negatives. Down lineman picked from

ULTRA1AB PROCESSING. AVAILABLE ONLY AT'ECKERO JF/FII' .Florida,'M......, _AIWF ft included, _Ul. "vrl'_'AA-Ifllluu Jrff Zimmerman 0'C.WII...ft.* and t

C: =: : a _:: : =: = Glen Riverview:Mogle on(&-a,offense 265) of Sarasota and on

/ defense Brooksvtlle-Hernando'
Jerome Brown (&-4, 250) a defensive -
Tir Te -Zero I end who also lined up at
V fullback some.
Supercolor r'r I The 7 players selected from .
Florida ranked the state second: I
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,only to Texas, which had 8, in the
roid. : 'o number chosen for the 60-man ..,. .,
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'". ..Does Itstrike you curious that
tiJ.: r players like Jefferson and White
j r i"I"" i 1 1r 'II I don't make the In-state blue chip
I I I i list like the one published in the
Gainesville Sun last week but are
I honored on an all american list
;POLAROID chosen by national recruiters:
FLAVOR ROAST ,BOUNTY HEFTY ENERGIZER I Maybe its because both are probably
;TIME-ZERO SX-,70, I headed out of state on the

PEANUTS PAPER gOtl TOWELS'TfJASH BAGS ;INSTANT FILM! "AA"fE 1sP-4 BATTERIES Reg. 3.8 pk. I over recruiting 2.100ards path.in Jefferson kick and punt had

return yardage alone' in his career.
3O-8AUON 'SUf/IC0LW1'/ '
: 1$4L I scored 75 TD'.. and threw for (
a.; ", 1'19' asc others, while making the Catholic
11011 Of 11 249 10 PRINTS 699 I
... schools all america list three yean
: t : 'H" q.UI! .1,...c.. tSal'hic.d ,....... I: running At S-9. 170 He' been
t7ty'Yoaated. : r t N F + Iroltg'w, likened to Michigan' Anthony

i 'iJ lI.' I 0j and Carter has, another a slew of Florida college product*after

DUO-TANfit SCB4PTO WOODEN = I' VIP PRO ,7 him.But Jefferson/ is taking his five

ERASABLE BAR STOOL 'I' visits out of state to Notre Dame,
yy HAIR DRYER Penn 5t. Texas, Georgia,. and ,
7el/s/ N N aeF I4.M "
7 \ I ,WIt" ATTACNMI.ra I/ l'CI.A.
,.PIIICI Ami IIllAn I White a 6-2. 204 pound bruiser
ge9 A : ..... led Titustille to the state title and
FOR 1, I 99.-1.: N 14" _. II i% gained 184 yards in the 33-0 championship
9 Has 2 heats .:
; .
y 4iftlit 2 Padded Vinyl seat. romp over Kinnlmmr
It gJ 8 4 .peedS. 5. :::.: _
o'. ', -c_ He's thought of as.Florida's best
l 9" =- IECT' power back and another! James
"p COIL' !MAGIC CANE-LOOK Jones, but Is also apparently leaning -

V..I.Q AIM CONDITIONS*] ?''W ACCENT towards quite an out-of-slate pnssibly Notre national -
,'II1i'- J 3Y COIL{CLEANER 'TABLES I.RIVAL/ CAN OPENER name. Irish coach Gerry t'nulltls i

::14. //I, .... I'UIJIC or SUNBEAM I P I guest speaker at the Titusville ...
1: :. HAND MIXER i foot ball banquet. ,
I t Plaxcrs like that gel left off '} ,

.. ,,Just spray A wipe! :2.4.f h 18.7'00 1199 9 I Florida's blue to make chip list recruiting either intentionally by- ,

,Choice Mf.14MTOuicmHCi in slate schools look hotter, or :,
WiaieeusaAssORTED otcO'Qf.:, '( fjf' U f.: ''J .. fi I somewhat unintentionally. by
Ii .
,/ recruiters who after all askedto
NOTE e ,\, PLANTERS #3-16 3-sp mixer. 786 r are
e. arer openerwrthkmfs sharpener I lint their "top prospects". If a
t t. .' 'J hot'shot player has already Indicated -
.... ..,.' ... 'J ;.:;.:.:'...,. '' 0 11M. m I he won't he signing<< instate -
+- PHICtS ijj7.:! he's no longer a top prospect
Collega/ 1 ruled. sheets" .' .
Plastic; A earthen styles -" II for>ou. right
-. :.. ,o -'- A DAZEY 1-. Still. for either. reason. the
absence' of players like Jeffersonand
-. LIWWOPAPH5 : '' I 32-GALLON O'SULLIVAN FOOTSAVER DI / ?3 I White.make the blue chip list I
CENTER ra1cE Aril. aE.ATE II
TRASH CAN ENTERTAINMENT fft-M a little misleading.The ...

I IPUI'fMI' .g / 2199 ....MM ,.. home crowd at BHS love
.;. .. 7 Glvesheal.y
,- ,., .. ... the latest victory habit for he Toritadnesi -
77 ,.
Ief, tI." ,;,:.;, am ivn matsage. or III after all the win at home
..... it..'i.', .. ,LoZkingUd, '' Wipe-clean scdrewdwerfsh bOII1. this year, the Tornadoes have ihl
Assemble* a
taken a' victory lap around the-
court with high-leaping >rt| 0
II Wright, a IM-year Junior transfer '
HEATMATE -' from New Jersey clamming in a '
i 4 slam.dunk. Id end the victory)Jog. 'I 7
y KEROSENE HEATER And lately Gary Tarter and DaimOiaruller i
":' tOL.F 'I J
CINNAMON air< YMATECOOLER' have added thetrown
*' CONVERSATHHIHEARTS KETS' ,e10,, /y stuff'show to the act.. .
."' 6 ,
S' tart, %s: .000 ITII ,9.91 'I .,
'C ,!lei. nsse'Overt ,.... '- I' ," The Bradford High baseball
start Feb II with a home
continuous P
14 hour of ,
,, t game against Baker County. Tew-:
9 heat Tank,hold 7-gallortt+ net teams open at "home against

,11IMs 18 ... I Eamide on March 1. and first
., In plastloheart.'Limit,3, Jy. noeanit, field.
t plenty track and meet,for the Tornadoes
f irClit2 s n. will probably aim be the
._......,:._,,.... i, _' .l ,'" ,. t.Cendy OPEN DAILY 9 to 0, SWWMY 9 to'8. I first week of March... t (

"" swECTAirrsHEART or.. RVOBI I SX-3 Sato Prlcas eootf ttmi S4. Ja u ISM While foraging; through >he' '
"*a sar811(! ./ l TOTE BAfiS 1 WC KCSMVt/ Tm m/HT TO LIMIT OUANTITIif.CAAflY -- stack of notes on my OMk, I.reminded .
REEL ft ROD myself that the second l
football win of next season fort .l
:-j radford .Sq. Shopping Bradford Hip will be I th} MftNtoT'* f .
300th gridiron victory: .t' I "
83t TheTornadoes, are' 2se.14a.litt II
L S. Walnut' Street .,Starke Centel /
( .
'2-pl IeCe rod wlirt+ ,) over the year "
stall 6
[ Nyforb r Oxford. .ceramic DuideS Charge lit Winnlngest schoef'in'Rit. ] "
'know about to T .... r. .
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Jackson's Building Supply, the Mendings W-L 'Friday .night Stevenson versus>
Hawks, and) Stveron Construction Jackson's Bldg. !-. Jackson's al 6:30: Wishbone against, 4
were opening night winner u the Hawks l-. the Hawk at 7:30: and Longchamp'.
Lose 2 Starke RM. / Community Education Stevenson! Co..... 1-0 versus. Jackson' at 93MM ; -
m...'* basketball league got underway Wishbone S !
n Monday night Lengchamp .> H.MIIIIII(Hi) .....on n J Thomas I.H Gains
Bradford High's/ youthful gists Jackson' 4.D.Cummlna IT, O. lUuMnmi.J Law..4, t
basketball term, now starting a tens s ,' whomped Wishbone 89-39 with) S 14, Hamp Chandler 13, and Chris IxMigchiimp i c.."i J. Wham I. O'N1Io.I Walks.
of freshman and...1IIIIiMS.-----> pI.ye..III double figure, the Hawk Chandler 11. IS,Hid li, Burch*,J. dimming t..,

10 get a win retsati1dilggyeml outscored Longchamp 60-BO and Billy Sexton and Dwayns CummIngs M. *t (Mi) Cam I, SlbkrV" i I.. Basalt O.
But they r*not feUsnc SKSsrf'n4las Stevenson came from Behind to top led Stevenson to Its win with 25 !Col.lI..... II Jackson 14 Whll. Mi,.ThonuM W'
Dropping an a POM* liwiMaccleHiy aiata t Longchamp W-40. and 17 points respectively, "....mid w" Woo
., d Joins ,
to)il t,Ramwy 0, 4.
jfttt 'JiMaisdaY anal f afllfrrtf For Jackson's Curtis White drilledIn For Longchamp which Jumped out D71 lu uOliw r'
MmOmr 24 Bruce Jackson 14 leads in Its losses Mon -V > I
to a good Btachtata knm point,, to early both tt
night the Lady THwaaslw> *Ills to:* Kolstlnen 12, and gam Siblev arl4'; day, slam-dunking Curtis. Hill led the .. .w54. ((44)1)' O. Chandler i, M. Ctuutdlar, 4, E. I
Ior...sessol .rtalk S smnntgl l Oellesets. Ronnie Thomas 10 apiece. Charley way with 36 points In the two games. ("'handler I. C. Chandler 11, ,R Chandler. ,4 Hub, HChandler I
Uaectamy CMS(mm beat the BHS PII&JII! : ,.. 6JIIp a! ::s The Hawks got U player In the ,doubleheader. Uoailuwir( ).O'Naal 4,Begs I,Walks to, Hill;; I
1 a""'" etIIIIIIt t r ,scoring attack, led by AI Green with' Action continues with three games a/, ButCh I, Iran....4. ''. -;r. '
V a jto Kjqr HsflL Tliin ntimnriB hi ,i" I

11 stnofttt lINe down an o sutt!HOTSabend

a Dtttr tvAw.f amrNimfeuiMai BKlMnaStlMlmim Its! rSB xlnlalxtlwmenaf. '111 I Jazz 'Continue to Singe Nets in 11-14 Playl/ ", :. !'

.. *!atnafttNfl m aBSnmUbrliiw. > ,
Mark Manhall 14,Padre Cartar t,Marvin Una .' I I
The Jam continued to play a perfect N.n M -N .

Ornrnc Cwttnr s ntUM4] dl ooHnunlaiMkmiivy core In SUrke's 11-14 year old youth Susan.III( ) Cars M, Ik Jackass* PwraU u:4., Gnw Roll .WiUoa_' II s., Ronald Paw (MiiVmanual' Brawn .. Claude" Klnaltr 1.S "f j jkdw.M
!ilJ1Ih1llt gpanramtl3Rrlllr: tiu.udacttplkst.' basketball league a* scoring sensa Ovare Watson I.Hwrfit Huchon 0.Roy Jackson"" I,Johnny JackaonJO. [
wiles 4 aweltlila. lion Levi!Simmons led his team to two (mil Laos Hampton IT, Bob Buckwillcr*, Naal Slocum 4s. ( '
/: r. auuttttalht: wttiidh its :$4aMnss more win last week Mark M.nhalI4.Blak DruytiMi 4,MirvHiUMf, ,.N.bnur I4I.
: a diemstntltllg:! itarlhtat.dtnedq Simmons canned 70 points In wins RcmM. Mllh t. ... (Gel Uvl SImmoM 41. Robert Plllman *. !
*MiM-MOT.* Or** Plttman, I....Slmmona I. John Smith/ 4.' i
BUS its swtumJl MMBdt Otttattt itf (Has last Wednesday and Friday* the JMH'CMIt181I1'1mo.' .ns M, Rolurt Plltmin !it, cats. (Mil" ....*, C taMi .. Curt. tmtkm 14MMl .
year fctftind team ttnwwm WinateKwar Jass upped league-leading mark to On. Pllinwn 0,Iwo Slmmoiw l',John Smith* Oi.iiali t,Atana > and! aaIIII also WUI:5 -. 44) Robert Pittman added M point >|M((4.)"EmnniMl: Brawn II,reward Hixkon. adlp tr.Nag..
vwanttmt : niinttt yar HMme, lift and Isaac Montgomery 24 In the two Rai| J..UcItI4.Johnny jMkion II,NMl Skwum a, .Nan N.......It I
CIa.'U..1. > (Ui Cecil Jackaon" tt. Ron Brawn 14.
ML WJD M I im our Host hail wVuttn.awaKMflinE .JaIl win. W.......,......t Eusma: 8ly 14. Ik* Pcrmll '. OM Watson 0. /
:30ii. worn ttidm o 77 thutfctipei I 1. ; The Nets were the other double win -....-. o-.W.t I
*)$ *auOaratai gram.oM IIBS.iallltJIo 09 y11W ners In ll-H play last week featuring $,.k.(a)i Lmn Hampton II, Sob Buckwalitr, ...... (*ni Dane MonKomwy II Harold.
second ttu1H.Htedlllaa w1Yliwa a balanced attack led by Cecil Chandler a, ptdr. .Carter t, Urn Hampton IT. I IC
WOK a* $ none ft*. Or*** Jack.ont.with 42 points in the 2 wins, --
throw line ar Ond BKHttwrel wUh :Mpomes. Eugene Blye with 34,and Ron Brown
HMBaAi !d79MaCaadl3f. with 30.Also .
bound' and ArcsnsuB Glurta, Dura ,1 the Bullets scored their first %
Had S pouts..rebound*.and 7 steals. victory In league play over the Celtics E' f !HE,1
Jewel BrougMoa added 3 asnstt and a* Harold Chandler tossed In 24 point A

a basket. and Isaac Montgomery 19. That pair .
had 32 and 31 point respectively for FRESH '
S..ka.4. ra t* I n dI..di.d the 2-game week. .
suc.annl.Wada 7.Rrmn. ...Whnbainih. ..Zlmmrrtnan .
1.Gtmum" 4.Nws.1: ._I.W.II.4.BRADFORD -. ... W"I'.ql.: ... ... .. r Shrimp
: RddMi.. Hall 7. BroucMon 1, Friday......I Oysters
tMn.I,Carter,Strickland I. Hall Pops Up a Jump Shot... .........Catt tidy Tornado Junior VoncU Ky Hall shoots a jumper over a Macclcnny ......(Itrli) Isaac MoMfomry II, Marvin .UM
sir-c.. I, I II II. 14 MMt defender In action last week. 0. Hu-old dundte M,P.dro C.rt.r 10,CtamM $ -f f00B $519

... Jarkaon II, Roan 1,Qa.klna. 7, DurUOMMU Hall the leading scorer and rebounder on the BUS girls team had the biggeit WCM'M! >I Umallu Chandler,Wlllta Chandler) In 611.11 wav bushel Med. ID.
rush a,Jefferasn s nlghl of her career against the Wildcats with 13 point and It rebounds 'IS, Alrniia WlllUmi M, JamM Martin It, OilnyCovlnglon 1
RnldUh t, H.ll JS, Btrlcklind" II, but Bradford Hill fell to defeat. .. Billy Starting f. '2.89p1nl 6a19 Large

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Rockets ((4-1)) Lead 8-10 Basketball League ,.

t\: .
The Rockets upped their mark to.4-1 Thursday.J..,Sv45.0. O. Lori Starling t, UuUra,glocum s, Wendy .
with four wins In a row and took over na*........a Slrlcklind 4, f .t;
first place in the Starke Recreation t_(nth Donn).f nila. .1,Oavlit Dew I IS. Tmtan(an). DormW rmncU" II, Davln Dovfto" .
8-10 basketball Jamb Brown I, Billy Miraa I, Jamla/ BomH IS,KairM. Janklna. S. .. '
league. *"ld"fJl8co"( !) Duncan '10' Raymond Trlmbla \
Rocket leading scorer Glen Birch 10,Jaml I Whllvhaad 1, Kevin Janklnaia 0.awkN. aMkMMIMdklllMIM .
tossed In 34 points In an overtime win (Mi) Scott Duncan to,John Strickland. I.
the .h.L.....faa.d. Looli. Eidort'leid i *,0....l Birch It
over Trotters
Tuesday and had ...((17),Scott Duncan II Olen Birch./,Jolts *.MII(ui)' Monlka Williams I I, Raymond TMnt.
scored 28 points In both of the two Strickland I 0,Lealla I RIdedleld I 0, Ma I,Jeremy Trlmbla 4,Jamla: : Whllahtad 4,Billy r :
games before that to rack up a whopp- .*> ,..... ('H), Monlki Wllliami ... Uulari M_., M....'Lora* WITH LOVE 11
ing total of 86 points for the last 4 Slocum" I, Wand,Strickland I,Lori MarlingTundaj e, .-....,..... W4.

games Also Scott Duncan averaged .Jan.4MMlM.IWMnM keg....... 4.1 J "
Just over 10 points per outing for the Meld.OnM..n.w. .M.. a I
league leaders In their four wln MM(MM) Monlka William./ ,Deanna Holiday. 'oO RVALENTINES

Second place Is held down by the ............ ---- -- -- -- -- -- _____.Uh_ *
- ---- -------------------- .j
Lady Lakers, who are led by Monika '1_{
Williams with 62 points In her last 3 Now Homac tt04)47) "4Mli ; .,
games and Wendy Strickland. AddltlonaRemod.lln. '
Williams poured In 24 points In a win ', aPasasuas ':II: Our Gift of ..Love Valentine r .
over the Knlcks Tuesday WASHINO PAINTING I ,5 Messages are something
Trotter high scorers Include Donnle special. :'
Francis with 54 points In the last 3 .: c' ) f. Don't miss sending yours.
games and Devin Dever and Jamie KEYSTONE BUILDERS 1Ne. '
Bowen with 30 and 28 points In those REGISTERED BUILDINO CONTRACTOR j- CLIP AND SEND I. '
three : _
games ,. ,,
TMHo,.Jm uUtoftM MOOPIMtt INSUIATION J ,; : : ; : :. I .'
.._.If Jim Powell ,,'!, ," \ ',\. rf '
l...> ...... (M). Monlka William M. "Uutara.h 440 wwronq Blvd. "
1 t Sl..um, Deanna 1. Mary Hnlldaya AU. Howls I. Wendy Strickland Praildant Keyitone H U,n 826S8 .... ,...; t /joY.! J'

... k.(M), touia SHMTKId I lo.Raymond Trlnv 1 ",,, ..,.. ,!!. ., .'.
Ma t.Jamla Whltahaad. I,Billy Mm 4 r : .ale. I r

sad...(M)-, Scott..44 Duncan:trMton 44 Raymond(Ot) Trlmoto Faith in the Arts ,,\ .' ""J. ,. .\ f..- .,"'i,' .""J"' .,

t.Jahn Boy Strickland 0,Oaa DM I,Ohm.BlreN: M I Ii.\i L a "ff.' I
.. *ni Donnl ,.
( rrancu W.Drvln Da '
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Sports Calendar Pat or't.r'i .ld L. 1 I' ; ;r ., v ,

...... /.Gall Performed Television ,i'I-\ :lean 84'sdCbeck.Tot 'r
.Hawrestlin/at Bush fiola on Broadway tt on .. Bradford Co. .
, Bohr CeC a1 8118 Jv. V..boyI I.k' '''t'S f0IS,0) .T..p.
, IRm) a.k.gu,==' M BMS .' Performing selections. from "re. Drawer:
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11 la W+ ... Hawks, Broadway Musical .f" ,.
4t'N Unaxhama va."arkaon. .) : S32091, '
"Two.,Blessed By,God" Y.
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$4.0'.Iksu.ISIS Hawva ba.kub.IlatSMS(0a.,1:10,1.54)p..LwnaN.1114 ./ :\ Sunday January & 7:30 ? 4 9..

Lagchamp w, Wi.......... pm
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G LN % Keystone Heights will be the host of They get off the starting line with
a statewide blk .rlYcing championship: startling speed they'd better
tournament ppruary 29 at tithe because a fast start is essential to
Keystone Recreation Association's capture the inside position .on the USDA Choice Boneless
unique new at McDavid: Softball) obetacal-filled dirt track. m'1.49USDA
'Tark. track r'i ;i: '' <** When asked how she started racingso Chuck Roast ... . . ..': .., ,
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1F tional Pedal Sport just started racing. Its more fun.'* Beef Stew . . . . :L .,lb.
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which is; booming thanks to''the that competitive drive at a very earlyage .
F thousands of youngsters who have ," Glenn Sr. says. "We couldn't ChoiceBeef .. ll. ,
discovered the thrill of competition hi keep her off the bikes so racing seem Steak 1.99
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: Moto- biking in Moving here from Fresh Extra Lean .r
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Cross) bike racing in Keystone Is due Miami one year ago they opened :, $1' 6 9
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the middle of a banner year. Christy was the second belt In the nation In the highly competitive bike moto- are afraid to race her." .. j Paramount '

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. Bridges Atlantic on Holidays With Reunion in :!!jt tke I Iby

Marcia Goodge between the U.S. Is held outside the school.
terrace prices: seems to',
UK writer and Europe especially in Levi's and Maggi differences
although there are many
"America ia big and beautiful, It is jewelry wh there as they here as Europe and America are alike In
like a dream. Sometimes I think I'm much over do She sums -up the differences
on the moony said Maggiolina PI*, Maggiolina also spoke of the many some ways.between the two by saying,
; her sister Mrs. Reese differences she found between
zamus through other Old World is old A and very
(Scotty) Scott, of Camp Blanding. the U.S.and Europe.She was surprised "The and the New World is new
Maggiolina and her sister, Fede, at the size of the cars and the beautiful beautiful." She says that
lived in Trieste, Italy. Fede moved to 'roads, both,are so much smaller In and very she has seen on her trip Is
the United States in 1948 and has seen Europe.Maggiolina. everything" beautiful
her sister only once in the past 35 has cooked some since "belltsima, very for
difficult Fede'sfamily
years. Maggiolina had never seenFede's she has been here and Insists on using: It is sometimes because
10 husband, Scotty, her childrenor only natural ,ingredients nothing to talk to Maggiolina
Italian, French
food Is steak they don't speak or
grandchildren and although they from a can. Her favorite
that he
c had written and talked on the phone, and fried potatoes (which should not Spanish, but Scotty says has
they have missed being able to share be mistaken for french fries.) overcome this difficulty'by using a
,.,I'. took combination of "pekingnese and
things with one another. She was delighted when they
Maggiolina brought several her to the Middle School where!Josle Chinese." The whole family*" I I" proof
photographs of their mother and of Williams works showed her the that love transcends the language
themselves as children that Fede had school and took her to tlw cafeteria barrier as they laugh and Joke with
never seen before. Fede plans to for lunch. In both Belgium and Italy, one another They have enjoyed Mag-
make copies of one picture of herself 7.44 ( they don't allow the parents to visit giolina's stay as much as she has and
and Maggiolina for all her children. __ the schools. They pick their childrenup according to Linda Alday "her 49
Fede's daughters. Linda Alday and by the roadside and if the parents days here have not been\ long
Josle Williams both of Starke, were need to talk to a teacher, the meeting enough,"
particulary delighted to see the M) .
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year old photograph of the grandmother I II -I : :'
that they had never met.Mag
::- giolina also brought some of her
:33: mother's jewelry to Fede and her Starke Shoe Repair '
:: family.
:: Maggiolina Is retired and now lives 120 E CaB St. Stark, Ft: 964.6261Tlmrogood
3: in Tournai,Belgium.She has traveled I .
:: quite a bit in Europe and says that the SevlciOxfords Leather or ClarinoMetis 5-10N M -,Wide
things she has seen in the U.S. are
very different. She particularly loved Womens
4 the palm trees, which she had never
Sisters Reunited For Christmas After 33 Years...
::: seen before, the alligators and the :
::: friendliness of the people. Maggiolina Plzzamus left) Is visit!Ing, her sister Fede sisters are native i of Italy and have seen each other only $3500 $3500 $3500
=: "Everyone is kind to me and says Scott <( ::: 'hello', 'hello',everywhere I go,"said ,
3yf: Maggiolina. come from Brussels and I go to and to Silver Springs. Maggiolina wanted to see the Womens Dress Sandals
::: She was afraid to fly since she had Jacksonville, Fla., where my sister She plans to take souvenirs from cowboys and Indians while she was
:x never been on an airplane before, but waits for me. I want to call phone the places she has been back to her here and the Scotts took her shopping
:::* a girl who lives in Jacksonville flew number 533-2972 in Starke. Please friends and family in Europe. She at the Flea Market for cowboy hats Hush Puppies 18.00
X with her from Belgium and stayed would"you do it. Thank you very also wants to take a bag of white sand because many of her friends wantedone
: with her the whole way. In Europe much. back, which she thought was snow at as a souvenir.
**: most people travel by train. The Scotts took Maggiolina to first because the sand is not white in During their shopping trips, Mag- Jrled-Width 2 pair for 35.00
i sig Maggiolina's daughter, Miriam Disney World for the weekend, which Europe. giolina was very surprised at the dif-
::: Plcalause, is a language teacher and she enjoyed very much. She had -
I speaks English very well. She placed heard of Disney World from television Wolverine 8" No. 1582 4Cn
:::: signs all over Maggiolina and her and In books and was excited at the Wainwright ProduceAT
:= belongings that said, ''!cannot speak prospect 01'the trip. They also took
i:; English, I speak French or Italian. I her Christmas shopping, sightseeingIl THE STATE FARMERS MARKET N 301 STARKE Brogans 8" No. 1584 $4300

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j::sf: who wishes to enter the Bradford appropriate entry fee to Mrs. Debra
::: County 1983 preliminary competition Norman. The Image Maker, Rt. 2, 20C'
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get applications In by 10 a.m. 964-8849 from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30: p.m.
;rs Jan. 12 to Mrs.Debra Norman,direc- Age divisions In the
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register by phone with Mrs. Norman 3-9, Junior Miss 10-16 and Miss 17-26.
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Jan. 10.
SrI.. The pageant, formerly called the dress Entrants,entrants aged aged 3-9 will 10-26 wear will a wear short a Baking Fla. Fresh Shoes and many "other Boots by Thorogood
DrpamGirl.PageanUwill be held at- long dress.and .
entrants in the'
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and will receive a crown, banner, 15 4$1' = PrlCB' Cand thru
.75CbUflC January 20, ,1983
KJ The three divisions in the competition trophy and flowers. First through ,, ,
:::: will be beauty, modeling and fourth runners-up will receive a
2Etalent.. trophy. State winners will receive _
Modeling and talent are both a
:g:: optional for all entrants. crown, banner, trophy,, savings OPEN '7 DAYS A WEEK
bonds, or gifts. '
: Fees for
registration will be: beau- --
XZ:: ty $30, modeling $25, talent $20 and I -
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sa r In- "order: to'enter, send an. applica- THINK SPRING .
5 Clay Gulley GARDENINGi

E Hunt Club... i ;-LEE ?
E: Located In Starke, Clay Gulley lists
2 these kills for the 1982-83 hunting. BEFORE YOU PLANT A GARDEN ..;
::: season:
:::: Otis Starling, 8 point; Randy pj FUMIGATE THE SOIL ,. ., SEED s
%: Wheeler, 8 point; Paul Starling, 4 ; ,.
point; Scott Oehler, spike; .Terry rfrHIYield Vampari f s
S Hannah, spike; Robert Hannah, Jr.,
::-:::s:: spike; .Scott Salazar, 8 point, Danny HMeld Kills weeds nematodes
Bass, 4 point and POT ATDES
Marcey Oehler
'-Z spike. VAPAM .fungus-Insects and other soil :

s::: Other Area Kills... Soil burns disease. Cleans the soil, '
Maurice Overstreet, spike and a Clean-up allows' for PontiacIb. Red
'doe on Jan. 9. better growth of certlfted

Maury Overstreet, doe on Jan. 9. flowers, lawns shrubs & veg., 1 1 *

Quart treats 100 sq. ft: I 1-70:, 50 lb., bag 749 11 11 ..

5 ,"t t1iJ". .';.Itz'! ;".''QJr." 'i, \" QUART O59 GALLON 799( .. Kinebec WhiteReg. _

:ptj'cll1J' c' 3.97 Reg. 14.18 I **a

I ; ; ,'IlL 'Apply. 2-3 weeks before planting. 4'.., J'. Ib.18C... 50 lb. bag 7" .RCA

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CARPET is Friday: January 21SII: ': '"

Grow Your Own Fresh Fruit& Pecans Enjoy The SALESave

= ,an A recent.nationwide Independent research study by Beauty & Protection of Shade & Flowering Trees. ,

E organization showed that the 3d 40'.or '50% on heating
:::; total use cost of carpet in commercial costs
=:::! buildings is 40 percent Bare Root Fresh Dug Packaged { J'

:::: less other than non-carpeted floors In Plant Them Now Watch Them Grow k (' Gas Heaters :
$ words
carpet costs less
:::.s when all factors are considered. tt- !" t.{ 'Carpet of Warmth ;
1 """: :
:;; Three factors were considered : 1 ,
J .. Corner to Corner
In this study:ktow much It costs A" 't I I< '
:.:::>: to install.2. How long It will last. :'You may find it an ansWer .: '
3. What will it cost to maintain. 't.t "," '"' :" for those "cold apota" In i )"
= Some 400,000 square feet, of l'' t A5QJ PMrJ : your home or office. You: '
I 'w 4 9 ,may also find It
carpeted floor space in 64.9 answer. ,
commercial 6,4 .
as: : buildings were studied In the Beverly MUs Florida Won Rorldi Su i i "to high utility bills. t.
== Florida Komi Florida Betee
Whatever :
compared to :20OOO,8TU's "
non- your 'heating a ,
s:;: .
carpeted floor surfaces. heeds, one to ten rooms IIIcWeI
e Floor coverings cannot be judged '-SAWYERha.ltt. ....... ,, ;
E by Initial cost alone. Length of rFIG! He t ........." ''$198

:Wis.:::: life and maintenance cOsta must rby.Ct"I" .... 59St rine7':/ 9, .bees "
.also be considered,Cut your costs Sun Red* .1. '
t :::= with carpet. See us today. < Texas Evertwjrtog Sun Gold 1 1toltloA BUY:QUALITY'BUY SAWYER i

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1 f & Carpets LAWN &, GARDEN' CENTER' -: ,
I f. s 131 N. Cherry.St. iISTJOMTIOl ,539.'E. Call .ttiStarke, '" G s" .& AP'PlIAN Et' .3:

Starke,Florida I _

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,>> 9rt Zoning Exception Ok'd by City

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;t 111,u A(*<. For Bowling Alley, Lounge. :

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I' 4t 'City officials have okayed a special engineers. Zoning board member The properly of attorney Gene el
; {1"W exception zoning applications: for a Spires Drivas.. an architect, pointedout Shaw on US-301 north including the II
J 24..lane bowling alley which will contain a problem In the way the drainage Pizza Hut property and the lot btlt- tf f
t SB:' a liquor lounge to be built on plan would pond water over city utili- ween the Pizza Hut and the courthouse .
US.3011n north Starke. ty lines, but Bishal said he would was reclassified from RIC, n
III.e' Builder of the proposed complex Is change the plans to correspond with residential.. to B-2, commercial it'
{ : r Samy F. Bishal of Augustine who city requirements. allowing business and professional offices
.. owns bowling centers In St.Augustineand Applicant for the special exception a
Z -\.I:) Palatka The bowling alley here was Dominic Cermenaro, present Shaw applied to change the zoning ion -
I ..,., \ will be a family entertainment center. owner of the property involved the vacant lot next thecourlhouse,
, a Blshal told the Starke Board of Adjustment Bishai has a contract for deed to 200 but when the zoning office looked the l ly
I bIT'I M, ; last Thursday night, containing feet of the Cermenaro property fronting land use map IL was discovered the
t ,a. ir 24 lanes of bowling, a snack on US-301 north, contingent on Pizza Hut property had never been
bar, game room cocktail lounge,and the lpeelalllXeeption. rezoned. Before Thursday's action, h
3ill. .,j' .., possibly, a small nursery:It it can be No change in zoning was needed for the Pizza Hut was grandfathered In as Ira
:1..I.I b worked into the plans. the bowling alley but Bradford Coun- non-conforming use in a residential t.
I Rm' City board of adjustment members ty has no zoning classification for liquor zone. Ir
I ; George Roberts, Buford McKinney lounges or package stores. Theyare City zoning board members 1\
"- Itt and Wallace Wise approved the allowed by special exception only agreed to look during the coming a,
!It: special exception last Thursday and may be placed in bowling aleS! month at a Geiger Road area request ,.
< :< night. Right afterward the city zoning with over 12 lanes by Euel Hudson to reclassify some 40
-, ., ,. .."'" board approved the site plan con acres from R1A. residential, permanent .
.' ." .''> '. .- -. tingent on approval ,by the city In other Del 29 city zoning action: housing only, to Oft open\ rural. lr.
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Bowling Center Planned... I ., 0-1 Fill All New Classes Beginning Tuesday, January 25 I '
It Included In ,
a the
lounge plain.
:= Plant for a 24-lane bowling center to be built on US301north I *** .
Conferring the Starke Board of AdjWt- H..efu" and 26 1983 *
over plan
are Wednesday. January '
:, In Starke,adjacent to the Torena Motel are showri 0>v ". 'F'
Buford ,-
ment members Roberts aad '
McKlnney George
coo; ; to member of the Starke. Zoning Board by f..1 G.II! .
Wallace Wise. Janet Turner of the office at ;* ,
city-county, : coning,
E builder/owner Gamy Blshal. of 8t.Auguiitlne." *., 'r
Is at top left. ry o

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". ,. ,. ; US 301 '- Starke, Florida ,0 r. I
f Pet fJ '

I I .: Therapy t /i' tI Tues. &, ,Thurs. 6:15 pm -, 7: 15. prriMon. +.-

I I. I: A Success with' Patients at Starke, Nursing Home.t /J'fu 'r Iw : I &Wed.11am.12noon.o"" t'

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: t 20.00 for weeksFREE
: by Marcia Goodge'' r of the present animal staff but plans Humane Society to bring In other 6
$ staff writer made for Mrs ,animals on a regular bjlisU and Mr.
iiI:' ;',' animals"A loll as rot therapy nursing People homes respond use are McGee being hopes to make expansion.arrangementswith Scanlin wants to pu IQ..a fish DEMONSTRATIONS'January 18, 1983 at 6:30: p.m.
aquarium. i'
the Bradford
:w::::: ',. to an animal faster than' they will tot _. .., new_____ h' ,'- Pat Sutter, 'InstructorCPR
another human being 'In some In- I
:- stances," says Mrs. Beverly McGee, gI Certified .
assistant administrator of the Starke ut.
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at Nursing Home. 1 11HI'8 Call 473-2674 or 473-3784
iJ! I Mrs. McGee was referring to the;
:.r.3: two furriest members of the nursing
home staff Snow and Scatlln. Scatlln
was one of a litter of cats belonging to t y
I Administrator Pat Scanlin 'and was I
named after him when he brought the 44 S ela
cat to the nursing home at the end of
'June Snow "just 'came walking t. ...a. 1 j t ti
across the street one day knocked on :;
B the door and I let him in," said one '
staff member:
The cats are allowed to roam freely''
except in the dining room and kitchen s e i
I and many of the patients are very at- NOW .
tatched to them.: t' I
,"I like them and I play,with them a .
:;:t '' I
lot.They're sweet,, says patientLoi, r
Linzy of Raiford. Y
,r Another l kttent.\il'tfn.>+BehnlV!..,., F ,
I '""HolWway of Jacksorwntor'la '
catloverand rllaf81;1/!+tiey'm'th4)* .I ''I
cutest lithe things, .fu n a lo't to.. \
I} "People take pets for granted," ''I
::: says Mrs. McGee. When they enter a New 1982 Chevette
4 Door
: :, nursing home,' they are deprived of ,w -
:=::; contact with.animals and,"pets provide r rf
:1 a bridge to the real world." The
cats have"brought a lot of humor and 4 Speed and Air Conditioning
:s..... laughter here'and "they add to le'I' f
home-like atmosphere 'we' try to
', create," she says.
.The cats, help dispose','of table $9flfl $ liIc ;
#it ," constant conversation
{ scraps are a ( In Session With Patient h
.'*; source and have been known to funcs Feline Therapist Down :
_='., lion as excellent toot-warmers. Scatlln and Mrs Bennie Lee Holloway,of Jacksonville, bask In the sun outside Month
,d t S't' !t.; ..A parakeet forms the final I member the Slarke Nursing Home asa, part of the pet therapy program. 48 months 11.9 APR W.A.C. Plus Tax & Tag ,.
Lulu Mart Die *-" +,' '


29-year-old Lulu. man:,was killed, CMAC Financing .|H |
'. last weekend as a result of a nit and.
11\' run accident east of Lake BUtler.,
*.., ..' James Robert Barker,:.who had
been drinking, was4jba, eversometime 1
.I'\.\' before '430; a.m. Jan 0. New Camaro'sCutlass Caprice
Barker's upper torso wa In the eastbound ,WEEK''ONLY' -ill
lane when a vehicle hit him and
Iv failed, to" report i It., according to ; CD ; 7
6;* Florida Highway, Pafrotliondcldp! In251 88's IN STOCK
'. Wagons NOW
'.yestlgalor Don, RobertsH ,- ,? i
1 Alcohol: blood+lever of Barker, who n .
Ss was an employee of Owens-Illinois' 1 "g'I '
"..., saw mill In take Butler,will not be $9 c:;;:
available .for" .a" week or so, said AR t / per mm' IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
*< 'Roberts. Minimum 4 ,
3S :* Barker was the first traffic death t; of 3 rooms : ,
3. 'f' recorded by the Highway Patrol for --.
Si M the Bradford-Union area during 1983.
:r- I ,* According to Investigator Larlyas Lake
; Quality used Cars
Furniture Cleaned t
; Cochran, of the Union County' csL
=gj i'. Sheriff' Department, there wasn't
K'' I.. very' much the'hit-arid-run-) 1978 Slid (Good Transportation uC--------------):: _2188.
3:>: making it unlikely '
:S 'driver will be caught.' Small (rag- '
::::: J ment from a radiator was the only 1979'Chev ImpNiceunitlucAT.a( ) . . . $3988
97 f piece of the vehicle found on the body,, c..

S3 L_.,according to Cochran : f & Chair, -. 1979 Trans ,AMATA/csier.0N.( *). .,I." '.. . 5688:
S Florida Powerelectrlcerewwere c,1CospsumertCarpet
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; '. the last people seeing Barker They 1978 Dodge 'Adventure P.U.: : :: .:$18881980CJevC10Nic "
I 1 reported seeing Barker hitchhiking 1'1 . I ,
: r 'on SR-100 around J a.m. Sunday morning. ,
I 1 i Roberts thinks Barker probably Cleaning '&, Dye Co. 3 ( ,). . . . : .. '. 4188 ,
sat ,down' on the shoulder; of 'the' .

J t highway pass and while went. -to waiting. sleep,for falling a .car onto to' ,((904)778-796'- :)Jacksonville:' 1982 ((2)) S '10iS (;Nice-oc, y i). . . . . . *7188 ,\

Ry 1' f the roadway. -
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i' 'I :',:Lake' ,Geneva. ,Mobile'; :Home; Sales 1981 'ehevef:te k 4 ,Boor I.

i.1 f.,,Iy.;, ".. SR 100'1 mile fast; : op Keystone; Red I:1Rht: -. \ I
f '' .... Automatic -
,;i }; : Transmission -Air' Conditioning \
473-2879 '
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:1' : ';:' Service V/hat We Sell- _,_. ,
'1 ., '...1 l ,Just Look at these.,,,, "'.r. Down, Month
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: 24x56 USMm 1..r 48 Mo3.18.87 APR W'.A C, Plus Tax & Tag,
'i ':'v9lingie \, 21Rftrant'dt'; rear> ,2! full ba hs tieli end,, .i
ipo.rna80nite siding IIrep ce. :vaglted .' eilipg, : I
wash/drnr ,
) hookups ..
g' ''; bedrooms .2 baths ; '"
11':5: c3 .
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h : Bahama bar
; entrance, : 'iI :
':J : .1'I !, ; Lake Chevrolet-Olds"Ide
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: ':', k+(i\w+/1''i': rM1: :'m':a,4:' -I.MO )Y'-",BUT,.HOMHV CAN.GIVE YAA aEr ""' ,M.; ," ? It I. 1 1yf .

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Bell Found Guilty '

SYMPATHY and UNDERSTANDINGIs ." re.,. In County Court .: '

What You Get From ,,' Terry Bell was found! P11,11-'01 ;,f ;i'I,;'
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home- disorderly lnloKlc$ l and senlenc :,.;,
to for four months and seven da> .
s We are an old established firm very' experienced In assisting h1k 111 5, 11111 11's' 11+Sikf j in Jail Bradford County Court Jan. 10. Bell 4 twill
all }
a bereaved families through this time of sadness by making receive credit for time served. He !\,

r the necessary arrangements for service will also have to pay a line ?' $75. .
/ r We can help you make advance funeral arrangements and : Oeee1 fof ONE OASSUMID/ AD... '1 Bell was arrested Sept, 2 and
J r limit cost. Now would be a good time to visit DeWitt C. Jones l i : For Salt. ForRtnt. Yard Salt released,on his'own recognizance.. .
/ Funeral Home' professional staff to acquaint yourself with F l recent this coup* to Srodter Telegraph with ll.SO-; f:_ Two days later on Sepl.3. Bell was ar- '*. ?

the services they offer. 17 : md typed espy, 1a rested and charged with burglary' and V n
f 7 !s, TTp espy nawt.esemp.ny peymefit, r:1: grand theft. Bond was set' at $2,500 (or.. :.

i' Oae.O..ertwwJ.eIfto 1.1 each charge. '"
Bell has been In the Bradford Coun "
it Bradford Telegraph =
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral l HomeStarke M-MOS ty jail since that, time! .
1:1: 135 w. coii st. 1 1b

Keystone 873-3176Keystone HgU. .IgbsfflNOTICE b S Jb.b5 5b bbl lbYl15 5bb ttila Satttlt l y t l5t y tti 5ti tittiti / ,.2REAMES
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BABY ITEMS' Frl. only 9..., OFFICE FACE facing house BINGO..AMEIICAN, ClASSIPIED ADVERTISING LAKE LOT...sand bottomed PROPERTY on LAKE ESTATSSi Large Oof Oil| HoofersCUoned .
clothes. child bike' gas lawronco Blvd. Next doorto on lake Conova. A/C. No LEGION HALL.Sr-21. Saturdays should be submitted lo the.' aka In Hille,..'. S80O corner of Lawrence Blvd. 2.... 1'Rath homo on ''
grill much more. 2nd Andrew Drug. Also' pot, 275/mo. Phone 7 p.m. and Sunday lake Region' Monitor office down, .146..... per month. and Flamingo near SR-IOO acre lot' with swimming ae .
house on left on Cardinal .." .rol largo offices for 1-766-6044. 1/13-20 2tchg 2.5 p.m. Public invited 1/6 In writing and paid 'In advance Phone' 473-4058. or and SB-21 Intersection c.... CH/-A. On SB36 2 Checked
near elementary school. rant In roar of building, I..., Merrill i homo with tfnchg.: unless 'credit )I. .473-4367 after 6 p.m. 1/6. .4-aeparata office comploxo mile east ol Melrosa. t
11I31tpd facing' Flamingo.' Call fireplace, on lako Gon_. ALCOHOLICS already established with Mnchfl *: corner let with entrances $3,500Call .47S-3I23.; Set Ready for Winter .
473-3411. 1/6 tfnchg Fenced bock yard $' 25 ANONVMOUSi Closed this office. BEAUTIFUL LAKE 'GENEVA on 3-sides of I/B-I3 2tchg.
PERSONAL COMPLETELY FUBNISHED p-lus, deposit. 475-1420 or meeting Monday B p.m. MONITOR STAFF CAN. access lots front SS.SOO. building. 'Owner financed HIS AND rltBSi Artcorved J. R.
house on Spring lake, 2BB. 473-2303 after S p.m.. Open mooting Friday I NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE S5OO down, S71.74 per with low Interest rot.. Call wedding ring. White gold
SERVICES A/C S22S/mo..S200 1/13-20 2tchg p.m. Alanan Monday I FOR MISTAKES' IN month.. Discount on entire .473-4920. or. 473-3411 1/6 with 3 tiny diamond. Reames
depoilt.Call 264-5354 after MELBOSE ARIA .IBB. unfurnished p.m. All meeting at CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS 10 oereos. Ono waterfrontlot. tfnchg $400/**'. Mo,,'*, yellow
CARPENTRY AND MASONRY 6. 1/6 tfnchg cottage with lake Educational Building Community TAKEN OVIB THE Call 473-437S.' 1/6 OWNER FINANCE Nice gold opal ring with imoll 'P
WORK Building patio, LAKE GENEVA COTTAGE I prlvllodgo (tango, Church 473-2790 or TELEPHONE. rfncho .' 3BR., I-Bath home 'In diamond on each side, 964-6947
addition, remodeling BR. furnished $IB5/Mo. refrigerator A/C. water 473.2130.1/6 rlnchg Classified deadline 'I 1. DIAMOND In the rough K.V.'.... .*. 1269 sq. S700. Folding wheel chair 964-8962 \
home. and tile work. Free and: 'uppllad. 1 or 2 adult on OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo Tuesday noon prior., to Handy Man' Special. 3..., ,ft, with added work room. like new,' SISO. Phone
...Imol... Phone .473-4473. f3 SPACE.downtown next to ly. l75/mo. Phone due, fee or weigh' ,In*. Thursday publication. IBoth on aero lot See to appreciate. LOW ..73.4169.1/131tpel
>during day. 1/6 tfnchgi'si' Slot' Farm. Keystone 473-1482.. 1/13.20 2tchg. Open mooting Tuetoy's. Minimum charge 1 I.\ IS overlooking Swan lake. DOWN PAYMENT. Asking
Cantor, SI60/Mo: 7:30: p.m. Community word for $2.79, then'' 10 Swimming' access 2 mile $40,000. Call office 'In -t
Keystone Halght Realty LOSTFOUNDPABBOTt Church Educational cent for each. word east of Melrose on SR26, Jacksonville 13891807. .
Broadway r Inc.. REAITOB. .473.461.. Building Keystone 'h.-ft. 19900. Call 479-2123. ,il/6-32tchg. Keystone Hgts. Realty. Inc.

1/6 tfnchg Measure B In- Height,. 4732790. 1/6 ,......,' .. ?\\ ,. 1/6-13 2tcha REALTOR 473-4961
1 i TREE SERVICE (3 TAKING APPLICATIONS: ch... gr_. Lot In Silver tfnchg -THap.ac.--; \ tftf'i'iCg
for 2.3 bedroom homo Sondl Lake area. Answer BINGO lion Club across !1
1* Removal i $135 par mo"up plus to 'BOB". REWARD of- from high chool. Tuetay. 4 I, Pearc.fl. .
utllltla Call .473-2879 alt farad. Call 473-35O4. 1/13 Early Bird 7 p.m.: Regular HOP, II KEYSTONE HEIGHTS--...
1 'j ..... oeN.w I Appliance Repair SB, Ocelo Mock' Sandy ;
Trimming 475-I07B. 1/6 tfnchg llpd 7:30: p.m. Public Invited. .... 1)) LAKE GENEVA 1 cottage.
I REWARD OFFERED for 1/6 Ifnchg. ...' swimming .,_. SSV.SOO with good. owner financing.
1"c\ Free Estimate; return of money and antique --.. All Work Guaranteed 2} MICK CONTEMPORARY 2 '.. } 'A. laro hit- ;.J

jewelry.' They were LAKE REGION ,....' All than. specious screened parch eeeutllvlly landcooed .
1 473.4732 i Including Mlcroweve ..... ...
SALEFIREWOOD wrapped In tissue and MONITOR comer lot with towering .000.
FOR ..", ....L..I.o., .- ,
placed 'in cellophane bog i) NW t BEOBOOM-a bath energy ,efficient.
1 After 5 P.M. i 473-2210 1'1 ( 04)) "". I74
tied with wide rubb.rbond. I.Redfearn's I. Pastures cathedral colllnfj, dl.hwo.ller.I."n"", room.weeded .
!Keystone Heights: Black Jack Oak Lost In Keystonearea Call Doris Huntley lot. S44.fOO. ?
,47321t". around Jan. 5. If I .41) HANDY MAN'S SPECIAL I BB frama e.H... an
L.LIcsniBd. "A.Insured. .,,) found please call 475-2184.. SERVICES 4t 4 f 4; x Spring loke. Ooautlfully .1.pl..g'oI' with sandy swimming
1/I31'peI .....
Used I Ml.SCO. '
Mobile Homes 8)) LAKE SROOKlVNi Cypress Irama. 2 0*. furnish
ad, 'large screened porch Vary nice location and
. Union County Adske-. II IIFOR ,I 473-4340 or .2 & 3 Bedrooms Beech. S4tSM. .
'473-4252 0)) LIKE NEW S SB, 2 BA CB (hems near Silver laka.Bradford .

On.full ,ear warranty County Ono car garage, corner lot. S41.SOO."
7)) HAH LAKE US' f.n'.... 2 BB Hill hauio'In very 111
good condlHan.' largo lot; S31.50O.

BLACK TOY poootssi Mole SERVICES Repairs Of Major, I John D. Brown B) LAKE GENEVA One hodroam. cottage neat .boatramp. I
reasonable, 3 week old 2 ROOM Mutt be able to effectively Electric Applancas S35.000.
and 1/2 mile East of Lake 20.30 DING MACHINES FOB CLOSE OUT ON All 9)) MOBILE HOMI: 2 BB single wlda. Just lot up an
manage Irving Bradford A Home
RENT Union County' Time*. Paula. Jn .lock. S3 Center Inc. ..
Butler on 1OO. Sing in production worker Garment a ono .c. Now well and septic tank. Spring Lake area
driveway. 2tpd 1/6 1/13. factory experience' 85 SW 2nd Av.. 'lake yard. Phone 496-2219 or City Counties off Hwy. II, $10.300. WITH OWNER TiBMS.

FREE ENGLISH IVY Confederate desired' steady work Butler. Phone .496-2261 for 496-3143. LBwnac0 old-. 1ttyI.... SR-za 'nW71S Keystone li ts. .
Jasmine $1.50, good benefit. Call for confidential more information TFN TFN 10/21 .1
River Burch Treoi 15. Nor Interview. STORAftE SPACE FOR RENT WILL CARE FOR YOUR 5'.u ____ I It
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folk Pines SS Contrary 9044963601. lake Butler Approximately BOO square CHILDREN' my home. .Infant ,
Mary' Garden SR 121. Apparel Lake 'Butler feet, for additional Information and older. Call Jon. C & C Mini
LaCro....462.I 561. Cloud Florida. Itchg 1/6. call 496-2261. TFN. at.431-1743. Stchg 1/61/13 CallMontet! Storage :
Sunday and Starjke"ds .. '
Monday. 3tchg
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beg 1/13.- Call 496-379B..TFN ; 96.,63q,$ 1640 S-Walnut:Streetw. Starke Florida

I.old'BBANOUS Angus SUtU Heifer I I, year 1/2'' ESTATE REAL House *" ...- : .. ." .:I .r '. ;'_ : :. .lot. T,".. _({. 70.11""P -6J2if."R( .:w.., .:: .YdPto

year* old $265 each or For Sole MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY Locally Owned"'and ',.
S500 for both. Call LOOKING FOR a special 3 Bit, 2 BA CB horn 160 S. Lake Ave, lake
.496-2773 after 5. Itchg piece' of property If I 1 3/4 Ac. Locatedat Butler. 496-3978. Complete .
1/13. don't have It, "I'll find It-Just on Insurance Servka. TFN 2u HELP WANTED e Store It ,e Lock it
ONE ACBE OF LAND older ask....JANE S. USHER N.E. 3rd St.. near I Qzecharlah. J4-9 o. ]
CBS houe. Nice furniture, REALTOR .496-2126 or th. lake. :;I Lord ::' Applications are now I II
I I pecan tree, poor tree, .496-2903 eve., Your 0... langley Classified Ads C And the shod be King over c/ljj being taken for' Fla. I e Carry The Key
'large blue berry buihe Union County Realtor tin Get C the earth; Jn that day'shall there bed Times Union Paper

All goo only my personal FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE 496-2503 Results CC 7 one Lord,. and his name one. : route in Starke Hampton 24 '
thing One mile north of NESDSiCall Venera Brown After ".M. C HOUR ACCESS -
4-5 : area. Phone -1
2 Ephesians;
lake Butler on SB 121. .".496-3022 Sandy Haien C $
$14.000 co.h. ElizabethMann 496-3994 eves or Gerrl Lennon .............. 9645165.Ionday! thru
P.O. Box 83 Lake 496-3140. Tiffin and y"I One Lord one faith one' baptism. > Friday 9 am i pm. Monthly or Annual Rates
Butler Florida.' 2tchg 1/13 Owen, Inc. Realtor Rt. 2 Must have dependable I.
1/20. Box. 788 Lake Butler, FL. U.P.C. Starhe transportation telephone 6x12 8x12
tin chg. 0/6. ..... $ $ and able to post, ; ; 10x12; 12x18's ,
cash bond. j -

co"..a .mt.... ...-,t.Ms LAKE .UTU.. - -- SSSSmSPSSSSSSIKSiiSfmGaSJesyille '
-. *WieiltJl| w._v....io,... tr.r..c-te 1 Bdrm. Antique IrIdt! HoMo., : : I Classified Ads Sun
UiMPM. k... .... a twlm..r :S$1;
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;:=r- o.r'sl'-.. ._ ::.'.:::' 4 l.410 Bdrm. 1 Acre bath.hameslt Con. H/A.Owner. lAc.flnenced... Feed Clay Store Hill. t tt S Rr Get Results t "C rl ac' --.I.j

IS Acre weeded. Owner IIn._. Now Open
North Florida WORTHINGTON SPRINGS.. Mlddleburg.Fr t 3200 Sq. Ft., :: 'jjd

1' Farmers Livestock Market Inc. o 10.1 Acre*. Wooded fenced, cress-fenced. Meelj, 100 Ibs. Steer let '7.M ..r' .
(I-. N. W I.7S *.U.(. eel *. W lie CDOllta. ..,) ._.". PI...well. 100 L..., 12X Her* Feed Training i B Finishing for 1.000 ... ft. office or retell 'Slarkt'/I "\\'It.\ tuUord I,
.(tMrM.WM.) Id.CK. ,.n. 1 ad,.... Mobile Home with, one acre. Fura. ..ndfI..c. 8 ".20 i HoNor .r... Leading dock 100 ft. "'\'tlllHt .

'J.dw'''_....11',.'.'.uvr'.....i a.raI Nerdtne. .w._M.... ... Smell.dawn peymeni and. ......... _"". 100 Iks.. Whole Com 17.88 II IIIS off US-301 Call 964.5294CARS North. Must hove rellebcar. end '
,. w. w.rw.r..w ixiSd s w..M. LACROSSE.. SO Ik*..Scratch ...... pest cash fconoVFIII '
sew (w.)7ar) .wn 7p.tee a'r..d....-wa y 1 adr.... CB house with one acre. SB-111. Owner will| SO Ih*. Dog Food ".1' .ppll.tl. ., C.ln..ni. Sun. 408 leuth "walnut' 'I"
I I Street S'arke. '
{w./7i.) ft nonce. Disc. Avellebl*' 'I,.I... & p or"1 \
STARKE.... '.rT." t '461.2"' 64.170. "Ie Go":; 378.1416
Lwelp 1 Urn homo In attractive neighbor!**... _, __g L6.J1l' .sew. TRUCKStm ...:.-- .. ..... ", ., .,- .- -
Business FVatr St. -
Nke .ergs let; la attractive' Hampton O... elf US :Mil TOYOTA IWB. W Top '
Conv.nl.nc. Store With Cos BRADFORD LIMEROCK per. 9 pd., radio heater.CB .
__. _. ._ .. ... SALES SI
rodlo. window .
For Loa.. Smell Crashed Urnerock sliding rear
South.JANE .Building Send B G........ while. spoke tires S '
Se USHER .$ec Tenk. DreliWIeW. Bock excellent condition low TROUT'
Need en-slght dealer with ttreisg marketing skills. rhon.7.2.J172Ihteuilh highway miles. S3400. Call I, .
Store currently c*....., eooroted.Copltel (Callahan) S79-II4). : REALTY I
required. for grocery tmontery.No Your Union County Realtor Monday Saturday anytime. 12 09 |ln. INC.
good.wilt or ... fee. Nigh ..ofu1ocotIo* 496-2126 or 496-2903 .4AUBN,B.TAVlOB-r-. ,IS IT THUS YOU CAN BUY ,
avelleble lit Lek..utler.nd ...... 360 W. Main St., Lake flips .011 S44. through the To c I
Cell Collect Fred Powell US Government? Cot the '
Day or Night
''facts today Call
Area Cod. P13-e70-3030: :
.4 VE.D.S.. 312.742.114) (>'. ,604. .
''' U.Itt'al"ltatf'lIrok.;
12 29 COW 2 03 -
( Construction CO. 174. CHeVY STATIONWAGON

\i.-(,04j'i.2S3.Doue.uadtng i ,Jidoor.Air. condition 4 cylinder heat; sI i III.STSKI, : : .I.KK: >'OH NK,\ .r\: HSJ&: 'In' ..

Contractor Automatics trnmlslon 1 Issued three ,times., q/yoor:' the ,'S'l rout
I Now Accepting Applicationsfor Working Quality B Icenem4c Together y i and radio. Buns good and Catalog is also the #t 'reason ,
Cammerctel I Residential your proper
great mileage. 900. CaM ,
-........u; ...ww.s 964.7509. 12 :SO cf.., '" ty should be !listed with Slrout. I It has been
..rry.0,....,,..T..t..a MIPS CARS TRUCKS .under estimatedthat; 10.000.000 people' look
::=.. "t is.. .... el..s.wS : sloe; Available at focal ,oath1 Issue. .at
6 .....,'" sales In your1../
One & 'Coll (refundable) Hundredsof'. <. thousandsoreshipped ,
Two ,Apartments) l-e1"-St9-074l. e.l., 9121 "..' '<> anyone who requests It, One of '

far 'directory II" haw la these, avid, feeders! may be looking in d .

I l CuriesSuzuki .1 purchase.20W4 ,2/ hrs:,1-,.Hcha Strout Calolog :now.,. 'searching forH-our' IW

CLASONSIFIEDS LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTS. MUSTANO/' New ;type .p1 property. Yes. '!th. buyer for your

Call Today Sits Kyawiisakl, of Stark' .lIv."lpO'''''. Recent property .rnoy already1_be on fiis,, woy to out, I. .
1005 S.W.. St. Lake Butler Hoiida '
; L 'engine.: AT. AM fM radio.' ,;.glf3Cet'! M
I i F'b\ Shor..., .74 In'.wn.. 1H3O if "
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customs Why w. dolt t "wail"" 'to flstSyou
964-6305 To
', our we would like to thank FIRM May bo seen at 436 ", ';
473-2210 r 'APARTMENTS FEATURE you for bearing with 'us 'during our winter I. South St.. ....... ttpd property before we advertlse',Ou Catalog
vacation. V'}, ; *- -' 1113 a continuing\ source for buyers, Come In''yours.iflrick
496-2261 I
Wan'to wall / .72 rOBO PICKUP 'with on..
carpeting 'Draperies pan
'Refrigerator'Stove We or. now and looking forward fo automatic' transmission.Air. \humbthough: its

.. Laundry facilities being of service to you.; condition, power Steen .s.. If, you* don spot a w property. similar. to.
Check next week ,Inc stereo AM fM. lane yours. ? i, '"
your newspaper lor. '..... .. '
.of V-B SIZOO. Theffif rbai G'aratoglsthrl} '' "
Experience ; ; notion's !
Big Inventory Specials '....fI46I. 113 .oli
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Equal Housing I Opportunity .' i e.late blbl. +Our showto'.! of 'the' !
I step 10 a mere beautiful '. Th.Motorcycle People '71 CHIVY tuv TRUCK; best
tmele."too with" ..,..,:; "pood., good condition. property Value All AcIO" America
Mary Key 0" Rental Assistance; ,Whyi
Cemenc*. Far a complimentary :" ; AvanaW. for,thos_ who rjuaBfy: ,: 'II; I MO S. Walnut $t. S3 100 (Bonk 'loan :not,your. toe?, e
facial.,aH col.lecf i Storke.fr! ,;: ': ..6Q2Qf value S2 600) Must 'sea;
mono '. 'r. '" 4M-9p2.Mtpd I. I) .. '
Taylor 496-3141. f t'iftf" N.'Teniple Ave
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SATURDAY JAN. I Si II 4'-4.13i' ,'-...7.: 24..36", 29 cantt each. Used PIANO for your child only homes and paces for rant /JrWiU9Lfl. JI

a.m. ill S p.m Clothes. (all. SILTS SAW SHOP' Complete 4 M. t BA HOMKi. Don. -'."0.6.03; 10'.6.99, In printing now popol. $22.sg/mo., plus small Recreational vehicles

.slxas) and other Items. narponlng service, circular workshop, carport. Paean lf-7.62; 12'-.24. Wamanufacture. Groat far minor repal moving charge.AII rent welcomo. Phone 468.2912. ..rr.

located. under.shelter. car hand c. bld.. tree, garden pace. Jacksonville.. lab*. Sradlerd Count], and moving' applies to purchase 9/16 IfnMO.ILI 1' I REALTY I.

nor by Badcock'l.: Itpd chain" mower blade hollow .....soo. .....11610. Itpd Call 1.800-343-2702. toll 8/24 freo tfn T..........;.64-3 .. Ifn.DODROPIM Panama Musk, HOMES" FOR RENT I .', ...
1/13 ground, and balanced. BAROAIIHOUSli Oaks Mall. Gainesville. One mile from Slarka city brn
1/13 ONI ACRE LOT St. Rd. 14 W.
FOUR FAMILY YARD SALEi lav al Jckon Building BATH subdivision. 301 South. 378-3626.il/1l tin limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 C. r., i'' IS. '
Jon. IS a 16. On US-30''' I MMOOM Ituccahouiat Mlchaal Ollhooly W. buy and ..11' : 964-7776' ,"
Supply In .,,Kylon 964-7619, ....5140. Focas hard road. 964 6740. TWO I BEDROOM houses on Call 468-1323 10/07 Hn. PHONE ; .
South" of Chlldr.nand and -
lawtay. laka Iu""' tank. lolling used. fumllufo appllances. Johnson lake. I at $200 KITCHSNSFFICISNCVRooms CCCELIITIRWILLEUS
Height or 1/20 Well septic .
odules and /l32tcha Hit : Starker ..
clothing ./13 low 205 N. Tempi ;;
for ront at
TFNchg BLOCK HOMS. S7500. Will take torm. month and I at $ISO ,
mix.Itpd 1/13 RECONOITIONIOIWI. Color i.
.5606.10/07 tfnS rate Call Temple
MACHINnII.AII.D. 044 month. One 2: bedoomtrot.r .
YARD SAID'tots I room, dining room, .
GIANT living art $10000 .
Stata starting 9/16
ACRES located facing Motel. 964-73S7, '
make at RldgawaodEstates
of Una olsc All, don two bodroom, on* Phom .. f'
lots carpet; Rd. 227. Braokar Rd, Trade-In.wekom EOW/tfn. COME HOME TO FLORIDA '
household Items, clothet, cleaned. ollod and ad- both, contra) haat/alr. .....500 with farms. ....1212. 6/11 ..... $200 month First CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for .'. :
and misc. Hams. 'located |lu.t.d. SIS. Work Assume SVtX mortgage. .44.50*. 10/07 tfn '. CORD OP OAK WOOOi $75. last month rant $30 16 E. Cloto W. ere proud to offer these .beautiful and exclusive
TA ml. past hospitalt onSR290A guaranteed. Jama, 31* St. Clalr St. .....1955. FIREWOOD FOR. SAlEi Oakor Call 533.2176. 12123 Hn deposit. .473-2378., 12/16 rant.to prison.Qn Hwy.Call 468-1333. properties' to VOU..the discriminating' [.

(Bethel Church Strickland corner Morgan '/132tcha 1/20 pine....s. length 24"" to 8X4* TRAIUfh Fair condltlon. .. HnMOSILS 10/07 tfn.HOUSEKEEPINC. 000000 34
Rd). Sat. 4.Sun.. 9-1. Itpd Rd. and Hwy 16. TFNchg YOU MOVI PRAM HOMS 040' price 1/2 cord S30 $700. Woods. work HOME OVERLOOK. and stooping 'Th.goad III. overlooking golf fairways Energy efficient 11

1/13 CHAIN LINK ENCBi .Install-.. with stucco. 2 BR 1' BA crap firewood" oak or. ... ....,. I Itpd V13 INO LAKE GENEVA 3 BR,. room. TV and Air, House Beeutltull Fully equipped sunny kitchen.sneck .. .lL. i

ad...... ..,,_. Handy Now roof .and. porch*, pin. $10 truckload. Sunshine USED MOTPOIN1RSFRtOSRATORt IVI Bath on canal Underwood Motel 3 mile bar, family room with stone flreplec. Ony 3 .
WANTED Man Fence Co., owner 12.000.702-3249.ttpd 1/13, Ac.... Wast 16 Call. 12 cu. ft. overlooking' lak Geneva.S20O north of Storks on yrs. eld. Also custom drapes. 2-c.. enclosed .0'.... .
....1699, Wa load fatyou .
Tornnt1l1oddlth.8559.. MOOIU NOME POI SAlIt between 9:30 e.ta. to 2:30: Manual defrat. $50. par month. Call Highway Ml. 9/16 tin W/D. Delightful end useful, large greenhouse which I* ... ;

AXLIS a Tim Si 2 axle. -f .4 tfnpd'/,nWenMm Jompion toko. Starke Mon-Fri. 12/14 tfn 964.8013. Itchg 1/13 378 1448. days or 3764766avenlngs. Mobil. heeled and ceoled. Grow your own fruits and 1. '
MPAmi Call, p.m. FOR SALE CHI RsHTl"" 12 x 6STrail. 12/23 tfn ON KINOSLEV LAKE ...... of all Owner. flnenced. Imeglnetlvoamenities ,
tits*. W. pickup ,$100) area toko occ_. 36. CHICKIN FERTILIZER 7 VI, Central1 heat/air ....t. Best '.' .t r
You deliver '125. Olln" the 0 llc* 1....,... 110- W. IV.4 BA: with attachadtoraroam miles.south of Stark on .,. Control. lobby X BR UNFURNISHED homo, homo. 1-... for gracious living.
Mobil. Norn Solo*. Mwy. Cell)St..Stark, for detail and) Kraonad Rd. 100 wo load. Zaltowskh' 464.8382 a, First and last month rent conditioned. Yearly .* .0000. it
..,..,. 1/13 First, last month deposit
100 W ,Star .., 944-M06.I .64-S764.. tin porch .torog. building Cloversettles Poultry fIW. Itchg plus security deposit. $200 'Per a precious few-Your heert will beat faster ..you
TPchgWANT10 CLASS. CUT TO. ORDER and. pump hou., !Prlvat. Farm. 473.49O8. 1/4 2tpd TRAVEL TRAMSM furnished Full bath per mo. 4733246. 12/30 required.. No pots.S33 view Hampton labs from this lov.ly. custom brick '

TO BUY SliVM D...... window, ate, rood. For .. by owner.. 1/13 STOVS' with Eloc. and .month water MllladJudd. Stchg 113PURNISHSD 3366. 1/13 tfnt home with IIT en the leke. by 20. 3 sR/$ BA.beautiful .. '.:: 't. i
OAS BEDROOM furnished
ROPER 150.00
and older. or deck.
COINS' 1964 JACKSON SUIICHNO SUIT For Information call 2 b.doom'.patment. drapes. ell appllanc attractive. .
'overhead S4O. call 127 Lafayette SiStarke. .
oven unfurnished
St.riMgpo1d or gold illlod. t.Y. f'4.07S. Order aha. 964-4438. weekend only. hoot/air condi. apartmont. menlcured own paved 4rlvwey and walks.. 2-cer ;
782-3945 after1 1/11
782-3117 964-9951. .
or .
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J. R. Bulllngton 964-42JO. : Coll 1/6 964 8429 after Spm Itpd Orlntd' t* relaxation 4--
taken In' leko BUtler. 5 p.m. 1/6 2tchglll3'' DOBIRMAKSt: <4', yr. old< lion 964-6201. enclosed.a'.... Own. financing. :
11/1.1fn LINT. 96-3079'' and ,Keystone BUSINESS COASTAl BURMUDA HAV. ...01.. $73 and ha. papers 2tchg 113DUPLEX. HELP and hespltellty. 'i
WANTID TO Height, 473-473. 2/2 Wit OPPORTUNITIES Good quality, largo bales, 6 month old rod _I.. $50 GEtOER IDa 3 BR e0000000 ::1
Downstair .....-. I FAMILY HAIlIIUIOfIUS S1.7J per bale. M.L. Con. Call after 3:30.: "' .51113. CA/CH unfurnished. $223 WANTEDREAL Colonial chaVm-Truly Southern living et Its ultimatakostl
largo BR. and stove androfrla. nor. ....5222. 1/4 tin Itpd 113LIVING ma. 1st months rent plus I Improsslv brick an 1.7 acres ,In ..tll.u. .1

Nice mlddlo 1/13 aged 144. W. Call W, BUSINSSS POR SAlliSuoceMful OOATS FOR SAIEk Grlffls ROOM SUITi Sofa $22S deposit. Day ....7153 ESTATE SALESPEOPLE Country Club.... Assumttbl mrtgag* ..1540.000.5S :
M4-48OI. .
EXPSRHNCED lady. SSCMTARV Itpd 964.731. clothing ton> with and Son, ...-'531. Itchg love-seat and chair Earl] after S. ....1m. 1/6 tpd Scholarships available for %, %. Doubl llreplace (LI a PR) enclosed 2.cerarage .;

bookkeeper and typist. OpenTbw minimum' Invoitmant. 180 1/13 FORDPINTOlA/C. Pi.PS Am.rI....Good condition 1/13 unlicensed persons. ERA .fenced dock y....Prl ect blend' of neture and 7
Would Ilk. to da work at ..Y.W".. 9 HI',. Ideal for .man and wlfa. AM/FM stereo 2-door year old. $185. Hampton FOR RENT Studio. Apt., Faulkner Sanity 964 5063. luxury. ::
homo off. port limo work. ..'. II AM HI 7 P.Iot. Will train. Reply to P. O. w/hatchback 37.000 466.2750itpd' 1/13 $210. 1st. last month rant 10/28 tinNEIDIDs ar'.at. .

783-3716.. Itchg 1/13 .. *AM tE 3 PMAppdAInt..IS Drawer. A, Stark. Florida m" .'. Interior good. TEXAS OTANO Onion "Plan plus cleaning deposit noutIlIU. Certified Preschool 'Th| perlect gentlemen's mini stato.Spa -
CASH KM lANDi On to '32091. S3.28S.473.2334.Itpd 1/13 byCarbyM, 2 1n1. west o ... Call 964 7347 or Toecher and day' home 2740 so. ft. set en 8 acres (mere ac,_.. ..: '

llva oc..'.. In Bradford. or Not Mweyl Neceesery OWN' YOU OWN Jeanfportiweor. HOLSTEIN STEER and while Lawtey. 225. Brad Starling S33.3137. 1/6 tIn ,taro attendant. Both vellable. ). flreplec*, larg. icrond beck perch with :
Infant. ,
od| old S200 OO 964 S232. to apply
Million Rt. I. Box 109 M. PA SIRVICSSiBulldodng. Fenced with home S*.8OO.mfg. .
M Offering all .nationally room. In own water salt..,. Aaau..as..SOO mtg on :
1/13 tin
mower 12/30
Itpd lawn repair
McZ.., Town PA 17091. land clearing. known brand 173 MERCURY. WAOONl 361 N. Cherry St.964-6597. yard. "S22S par mo.Remodeled. GOVERNMENT parson. JOSS. Immediate on land.. On tho promises' .trelter hook-up, well.

1/13. itchg 1/10 plowing, disking gross ,such a. Jordoch.' Chic Good ,condition clan Itchg 1/13 Ono trailer openings, septic and elec. .i

planting. prador truck, ,L.o. L.vl.) Vanderblltj S49S| 173 Dodge pick-up. 173 DODO.VAN.Window, lot. ....6365. I tod 1/13 OV...... and domestic * *. ::-
LOSTFOUNDRSWARDi ._Ic.,' lanlllia. lima, Calvin Klein. Wranglarover King cob good condition. Excellent condition, IN STARKEi 3 $R, 1 BA ham. S20.00O to 50.000 plus ayear. Dessllng vl.w for beautiful .pl..to'' .n popular ,.

.lead; dolomlta. Call 200 other brand Automatic I'''''. Call type.964.7279. Itpd 1/13 Stove, refrigerator. carport Call I.313.931-7OS3. Klngtfey Lak. .. lmmculat. brick dupl.. which could

lot small baogl 'Homer ,Hart 4962093. 7.900 to 16.500 Include 944 4888. Itchg 1/13 washer/dryer hook. Ext 3729A ...11, be made Into home with 1600 so,. ft. plus

In vicinity ol USrSOl N.Tottooad 11/11 till beginning Inventory ate ARM. EQUIPMENT Mowers, RABBITS, for pat or meal. up.S21S per mo. First.last IF YOU NEED EXTRA Hr..n'" porch.Some furniture Included.Tranquil living -

'In .a.. 6598,, CaN BHAOfOIIO SEPTIC SSCVKIi faro for on* to Faihton air conditioner MD oaulpmont.25 Lawrence .Mang.2 .7 ml. _u'lty. 468.ISO*. 1132tpd MONEY willing to work or tax shelter, ; .,

94-7513. 10/21 tin ...1'01''.' .pump-outs. Cantor,.'training, Hxture.. ((9 ton) Electric compressor motors. V*"hp. South 'Stark Hwyj XIItpd 120STUDIO Avon nods you. Coll .0.0. ri 0.

SSI. wa olIO ro-toy drain grand opening promotion to 3 hp. I ..... Steel frame 1/13 i_.. APARTMSNTi 210. Ramona Crapsa; 782.3068. Rustic ..brkk sophlstlcstlan-Selllng pries US.60O
U..... 9618121.1, tfn !. Call Mr. Koenan for chairs many _Ira". first, loot month rent plus 1/13 4tpd 2/03 with S26.800 555w... mtg. et 8 "" %. Owner will toko
MISCELLANEOUSSMRIWARD: WANT TO DRINK (3031: 678-363. Itpd 1/13 448.2244. 1/13 4tchg 2/17 Coatlal .cleaning deposit. Utilities LIT A'S STYLE CENTER 114 N. bock.send mtg Oreet privacy In Plvo Oaks. neerCountry '.. i

THATS YOUR BUSINBSSWANTTOSTOrf SOLID DARK PINS BAR with extra.. Call 964-7347 .and Walnut St., Stork. Tuesday Club 3 BR, 2 8A. Fireplace In family room.
MOBILE hutch and two matching Barmuda Hay thru Thursday phone 'J
5332157. 1/13 Ifn Nlc.ly landscaped. '
FFor 'Information loading to THAT'S OVRSAkohaOct '. HOMES captains chair typo barstool Goad quality. Large] MOBILS MOM FOR RSNTl 3 '''-8113. 1/13 2tpd 1/20 .0000.0. U .

((6 the mot.rohjm old ol)2.lost boagl In Camp pups Anonymou FOR SALE original*. cost.less $323Anti.than half. bale. $ ." pH bale.M.l.Csniier /R. central air, electric CRUISE SHIP JOSS I Great All In. An offering whose eppsal. you may not bo able. to J ,

landing' $unr...(!on. 3, lost1soon ,'964.4111, 9646434X512513. quo console Vktrola. Rod .) heat. Hwy:" IB ((3/.. ml. from coma potential.For Information oc rOslst-Owner h.. to sacrlllco *t 153.- ...u.... mtg. ..
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.* ......222 S..i. 31st Street. cupations. condition .home OK > l"o I
at the chocking. stow' mahogany over cast ken I !if. 100)) coil ((312)) 741,9780' of S41 000 at 11 /''% Prhtlne -e
Grlf- tpd 12.76. 3, bodr-.2 bath "*+4M7.U/13 Itchg 1/20 '. Woedlawn feetures fireplace. complete kitchen, 3 BR.
lion.Contact Mathew with solid bra** fitting* ; IXT...2120. 1/13 //10.rA11T
fl..1['9U'.2'2rdlo.t', '..wILt BABYSIT"nr ikt HOMS I I f It ,o.I(!>anda llvlngrdomYflregfau q, First electric model. 1300..r.J'201t .* I' OARAGE POK MECHANICS'for ;; :TMM :"HUP'with 2tpd mini-" "i IA;'screened patio:;nits'lot, brick paved driveway.Sparkling -T ",c-.i- 1 ,)

9644343.. night R.pyre.", -'.\".' *Ww Pr....,. _UIH! t""""-'r:'--. after 3 p.m.' Itpd fOR SALE"- rent ton Weldon"bnd' mart experience Apply S Newl -

canfldbntlaItchg III anytime Sot&Sun.altar 6 MuM *oe.: many' OMtra. 1/13 ''I, )\'k':'.J PIN a Ba5lbh. Thompson. Call 782.3t6O'. Eastarn Food S...,., 6.0so..w .
p.m. Roaonobla' rate. ".000. 413-7502. l/64rchg 1971 'FORO STATIONWAOONl Pup orfjW.1891:1rpd 1/13 Starka. Itchg 1/13 oA sound Investment on Cypress St.doel family CB :,

Hooting* 964.427.,436N. Polk St.' Needs minor rewiringand work 6 w.... old, inertly,l Whit' *.J FOR RIND OR SALSi .4 66. 2 hemo for the good life. four bedroom two .baths.flreploco .

Air Conditioning '1/13 2Kg 1/20 ssefrko/ SIM 'or some best offer. Coma Tall. cut. all alto... BA, Dan carport FamilyHair two well landwaped lots. Make time for an

Now Installation 0, MIlD .MS1P.:TO CLEAN up Now ..In.tGnatlanoi'. sea ati Toko SR-14 watt to 110." workshop. chalnllnk. S37S aid timer for true Southern Living :,1

repairs. Experienced' and .haul away your |lurk. repair ixporlencod.. Morgan Rd. toko a right. 9646119WANTED mo., first last and s curl Daslgnor 00000000

Hcamod.. low .0..*. W*will do It lor a mall los llcanted. Low Rate*. Second trailer on right. ty. ....5610. llpdl/13 Help Wonted schsrm-kv.ly letting, .h.... trees, nice lawn In a :
, yu97.6F.Isttme or ,stuff wa.haul' sway '64-'78a Come...aft.r S p.m. Itpd 40-SEAT. RESTAURANT, for Must experienced In cut great 'location' on Besient .... :3 BR 2 SA CH/A with '

'( $..) 944-6279. Call anytlma" (f,_Estimates) 1/13 ,.IIt. Raasonablo.' ; and blow' stylo. cereort. operate, covered multipurpose building. ?
com .by 436 N, Polk It, CLOTHING BUSINESS, FOR) 964.67.... 1/13 tIn '''.1301 Only ......700. Financing available..
'/ :tehg 120'CRAWPORD .. SALE S3,000 or best offer, TO auv MO8HE HOMS 2 bedrooms.12x65. '00000000

vIt 'CONSTRUCTlONi Inventory I I. well aver' Now drape. of. here ,In Lake Butler Inbest :
p S3.000. Coma to 108 C.Coil Roecsn.ONer.Sebac carpet .TS-.s gentle way living .
Wa build hom*." for too St. between 9 ..m. and S',' I. on Grlffls loop In Slarka. WAHUDYount location.. Stick .homo an two lovely ac.... Pretty r
Concrete. 964-7i91, or, p.m. for mora detail St.ws'e Fw..... Ed Homsby. 468.2374- after lewn flowers, productive garden. 3'cer carport. A :. I

782 31 140.t Itpd 1/13 2.000Sq.Ft.On US-301 Building South Hove to sell fast because .964.1137 6 p.m. Itchg 113Classified licensed Stylist touch of con far SS8 MO with $10.000 down. Ownor I
s. we ara moving out 0' c.nNuW.v. financing.
,,Call 964-6020 .. "'"ii''
ftaalfor town. Itchg/ Ads .* * *

......." ,You dent lusts to be millionaire' live U". onemillionaire's -A r
i Several(HomesJowtey t MWbltK HUMl I ,. Get. Results, ,' comforts for S1 10.000. 3 ... :3 3A(manor ...
Area-29SOO Up. '
..rrRviee POLEStOO BR 15'021')with 3% car'a'...an Llttl.leke S.nt. ... .
Also Hoy: Acroogo PIONEER. .. Guest cottage with roughed In ............. Surgularalarm w:

Stark.Aroai' &ttfhbC.tG > ELECTRIC CO.' ATTENTION: SNOWBIRDS, ; alling.Ions. fireplace, lot of d....*. Fruit i'tr '

461,2 SA$35,000e0417et.3931: Trsll.r,...Special200AMP.S2SO ;D* you wont to scow .saroy s. lot root? _.. Hove to see to eppreclatel ;: J

?no BMP MOBIL MOMl PARK SFACU : If'...t..n. * :t: ''i \

250.0ft DoIIA..yw/Iofe. for motor IMMMM. ffAvtsl ...11.... ,and 1..1"vtMvjtrelUrs ; longchamp Entarprf*.. B> ioclato. ."That Special' House"-Excltlng skylights' (largo femlly :: I f

: la Bradfanl County (any length). ) Inc. room for ,..cI.u. living' and entertaining with sneckberettractlve i '
got 7.-1'" NOME Call Jfnytifneati1187 i .. mall bars reucutting kitchen separate dining room, sunlit
Water,sewage,garbage pick. ? | ha".a
'If you Real Hate need give us a call W.are a
P.O. Drawer W.ildo Ind. In low monmly roles. member of REINET service that living room. 3 I.. :2 BA. Inergy efficient' brick with !>
listing gives your jC
301 S. lowtay t WI OM PMl ;"I'c'' 'motor and .hero .servlc avoll..... faf each property national and In'.natlonol..po.ur.. today enclosed ..r.... Less then :3 years old an over .n .
Club E.t._. Auum..ppru.
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k4"C&i "If art LISTING or BUYING,
you :
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.. 1-448-212. U.S. 301 South S92.000 "mtg. .' .
1.,1oI. ; MME CII 11198$; Michael.. Ceoney Rsh.rD.y944.7013 * and out-Sredferd <*J5 "
fine detell bath Inside S
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FAULKNERREALTY TUB ; fullest with a ....'''tan.nc. I tree lifestyle, combined '
LOOK with a solid Investment trio future. MS.000.SIMTOS t '
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322 $
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January 13.1183 from I can only tram you
Page 88 W I_., D_ __ Sylvia P. Pickering ;( ... Mrs. Dema Barker of,Austin, Ind;;' Card of Thank ,",vx; ,': ,i .nit way extend ages m/'apprcciatiori' to thost' ,
c"iej oraimcnWesley and Mason,
Brannen,88,of Lake Butler Sylvia Patricia Pickering 476f five of brothers.CovingUM Lawrence, Ky., Allen Barker of : Our appreciation to the Starke' ti urt'\,\1 J I.'oftyou'iVho' showed a\kinqncss(; I talK an ;;
Jant at Jr. fr most peoples only ,
ObituariesElmo died Wednesday "Varmint( that ;
Lakeland "
i the ;
died Thursday morning,Jan.:6,in ,thei love ;
for .
of Sarnt
brief Il Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Earllnger Ky., Wayne' Barker : ; sing Home and Dr. '* ,about ,,> 'in. *, ,
Bradford after :
Hospital a W.Va. and. Bruce attention to my 'father;; needs /:' Famll
A native of Bradford County she Parkersburg Irg ,, \\f!>. ,t;; The
lness. Wr, ,( '
sisters, Ann unable to care .
Gainesville' Barker of Trenton; two when' he was I YarbroughElmo Born In Baker County,Mr. Brannen moved to Lakeland from of Raiford and Linda Pewett of himself, and especially to thank the',.' : : '>"'1:,
Edward Yarbrough, 61 of had lived in Lake Butler since 1933. 12 years ago,was a homemaker and a Sams City. "." people of Starke In particular,..Mr Card of Thanks '.
3an. St. David' Episcopal Lake '" "
Melrose, died Monday morning, He was a member of the Congregational member of 'Funeral services were held Johnson of the City Barber Shop, Mr. 'i.y
01 I ?
10, In the Alachua General Hospital Methodist .Church\ and was a Church.She Is survived by- one daughter, Wednesday at 2 p.m. In the chapel of Crews and Mrs. Durden of the Rexall The d dness'and sympathy&ol I ; "
following a short Illness. retired carpenter.Survivors his wife Clara Priscilla Backus Little Rock'Ark.; Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler Drug Store, the Post Office'employees .neighbors and friends in our.recent
Yarbroughhad Include
Born In Odom, Ga., Mr. .Burial was in Dekle Cemetery under'J: and ta many others for. 'y remain with us asa '
Electric Brannen of Lake Butler; four her mother, Mrs. Ralph B. Alvarez,r:. ..? f*,borrow will always
Clay Young Harry
the Home showed '
worked for of Archer Funeral and caring ; sincere\
Olson of Hialeah, Lakeland; her sister, Dorothy* L. 'the direction the help you '\ precious memory. Our
in Keystone daughters Juanita able to
Cooperative Corporation brother Lake Butler. Rosenshine when he was for alt those.;
Agnes Bordua and Faye DeMember, Alvarez of Starke; and Of thanks and gratitude
Heights for 35 years. make his dally rounds in ;=
Wise L. Alvarez of Fort Myers. comforting acts.
his wife Mrs. both of Lake Butler and Sarah Ralph
Include Into
old your '
Survivors v For allowing an man Mr.& :Mrt.JamcH CreamerReg -
Lavonia Yarbrough of Melrose;. one of Jacksonville; three IOns James > and hearts when so many turn
Clifford Yarbrough of Melrose; Brannen of Miami, W. C. of Bloom-
son daughter Mrs. Maria Seypura of ingdale, Ga. and G. W. Brannen of James R. Barker Goldie Mae McLeodMrs. t
one -
brother Eltrym Yar Lake Butler; one brother. Lewis James Robert Barker 29. of Lulu
Melrose, one Goldie Mae McLeod of
of Winter Park; one sister. Brannen of Lacoochee; two sisters was fatally injured Sunday morning,
brough died Jan 6 In
Jacksonville Thursday, ,
Vermelle Sockey of Orlando; Rena Alford of White Springs andKatie Jan. 9,by a hit-run driver on State Rd.
Mrs. grandchildren Linda Jordan Barnes of Lacoochee; 12 grandchildren 100 West of Lulu In Union County. Jacksonville, 7
and three Derrick grandchildren and Born In Scotsburg, Ind. he movedto Survivors Include one sister,
Dale Yarbrough and 27 great Ccorgle Mizelle of Worthington Springs .
grandchildren. Florida in 1960 was employedby
Yarbrough all of Melrose. one great-great
and one brother John M. Yar
Graveside services were held Funeral services were held Saturday the Owens-Illinois Saw Mill In CLi :
of Gainesville. J.J.
Jan. 12, at 2 p.m. In the Jan m. in the chapel of Lake Butler. brough
Wednesday held
Funeral services were Satur :
Cemetery with Rev. Leslie Archer Funeral Home with Bro. Survivors Include his wife, Lora Jo > r.= rfgJ,
Melrose Jan. 8, in Glddens-Criffith
Harris conducting the service. Leonard Wallace officiating. Burial Barker of Lulu; one tan, Robert day '
under Dekle Cemetery under the Barker of Lulu his fattier and Funeral Home In Jacksonville.Burial
In Joseph :
arrangements were was '- -i
the Funeral direction of Jones Funeral Home direction of Archer Funeral Home of step-mother Mr. anb Mrs. Mason was In Ft. Call Cemetery in Lake. ; --- : l 'i
Butler. I
of Keystone Heights.Minor Lake Butler.. Barker of Chiefland; his mother.


I FlIP Says Arrest for DWI Could be .Very Costly Pack' $1'Each 1'ij.sJS, ,j ', .69

According to information compiledby above, you are booked Into Jail.If ed on probation for as long as six mon. six months up to one lyear revocationof Of 4 at.
the Florida Highway Patrol a divi- you refuse to take a sobriety test, ths $120 to $300. driver's license and/or driving 3.5 Oz. Dial Soap Octagon Detergent Warren Motor Oil
of Highway booked Into Jail."That's Alcohol or Substance Abuse privilege After completing the
sion of the Department you are ," be to attend Alcohol/Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Rep. Price 1.20! Deodorunl Reg. 1.49! 48 01 lemon or Of 40W motor oil andDial
the cost of the of the iceberg School will required
Safety and Motor Vehicles, Just tip you soap, Limit 4 bars regular detergent Limit 2 transmission /fluid Limit 6'
that last cold can of beer or that last said Butterworth and from her the 12 classroom sessions and undergo Course (8 to 12 weeks), you may
drink that you had may be as high as cost Increases rapidly." evaluation to determine If you have a conditionally lapply for a driving per
$3,000. If it Is the one that sent your Attorney fees variable, depen- lasting substance abuse problem- $50 mit to have your license reinstated for: StorewLicleClearance
blood level over.10 percent ding on the situation or your will- to $125. business or employment purposes only r
Executive Director of the Florida ingness and qualifications to use a Counselling If It Is determinedthat which requires you to take the com-
Department of Highway Safety and public defender $30 to $2,000 or further treatment is required plete Florida driver's license exam
Motor Vehicles Robert A. Butter- higher.Impounding. the court may order you to enter an again and pay a reexamination fee of
of the of towing alcohol drug rehabilitlon program. '
worth said "A recent study your car or $40.Automobile .
cost of a DUI (driving under the influence and storage. $30 to$50. Community service Florida law Insurance, after : -
) arrest reveals that even for a Bail bond (if you want to get out requires persons convicted of DUI to 'yuour DUI conviction, your insurancewill 4$1 9.99
driver with no previous record,a DUI of Jail) $250 to $500. perform 50 hours of community ser- probably be cancelled. An .
arrest is an expensive proposition." vice work. At current minimum average pollcey holder should expectthe .t. '
The process begins with your car Court costs if you plead guilty. wage, fifty hours of lost time Is worth annual premiums to double or \ ,oj. \ 'Assorted
-A in
being stopped, a sobriety test being and receive the minimum fine of$250, $167.50 plus the cost of transportation perhaps triple .t. T'!
if .,..... ::4'tt\\\\ Washcloths
given, either at the county or city jailor plus court costs, minimum $26 SO ( t to-and from community. service work "Even using the lowest figures In ... ', [; r,
In the field by a Batmobile (Blood you plead not guilty require a Jury locations. each category,'' said Butterworth, "atypical .. .! i Solid and striped
Alcohol Test Mobile Unit). If your trial and lose you may pay more.) Driver's license suspension or DUI arrest will cost you more > ?+'J 'terry' washcloths
t flood alcohol I level<< Is .10 percent or Probation fees you may be plan revocation first.offense mandatory ;that$3,000bouthbound. > .II.w 'Slightly"agular?

$' r \ 99 99

InjuriesThe Suffered in ,Three Vehicle Accident, on SR100Kelsay 1' Ladles MP Men's

Each .... '
Suede Casuals Sale
2, all received minor in- Keystone Heights,driving a 1972 Ford; Decorator .p.
driver and passengers In a 1980 age '
Hall was cited for following too Compare At,10 99! Ladies step-In
Chevrolet were treated and released juries when the car In which they pickup, were northbound on SR-loo.r cited for having'an Pillows V, I I casuals with suede leather uppers
Kelsay was
from Bradford County Hospital after were riding was struck in the left side Just north of the airport road at Hall'svehicle =: closely.expired tag, according.to Trooper Choose from a \ *<.,Z1 t. Bow of kiltie flap treatments
their vehicle was struck In the side by a pickup truck which had been which was traveling approximately Williams. variety of sizes /)' C Compare At 14.99! Men oxford or
Jan.10. struck from the .rear by another 55 mph, struck the B. A. the Chevrolet was and patterna IK'B boot style casual? with genuine suede
Pamela Highsmith Kelsay of pickup truck. Underhill pickup in the rear. The> Damage to _.j leather uppers
and in Harmon Vasco Underhill,Jr., 21, of Underhill pickup was traveling at ap- $3,000. Damage to the 1970 pickup was
Keystone Heights passengers Ford 45 The pickup was, ,$500. Damage to the 1972 pickup was Prices Good At All Family Dollar South WnlnutStraotl
her vehicle Carrie Highsmith, 15, Starke, driving a 1970 pickup proximately mph. limited309 2
accident. ( Weekend. Quantities
Scott 22, of knocked the Chevrolet_which was ;$400 In the 4.10: p.m. I
Dustin Kelsay, age 4, and Miranda and Richard Hall into! On Some Hems. No Sales To Dealers. StarK t Florida J

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Keystone Heights where they sell and S,arks Family Planning' ClinicTubal : :-. -: _._ -

repair racing bikes. 'Llgation (Tubes tied) ,j
The couple worked with the KRA
members to open the track In mid- Vasectomies 11 : 9 ;

November meeting strict re-' Financing
to qualify for NPSA competition
quirements Abortions
No Hospital stay necessary NO;
which Included certain safety
requirements and the requirementthat 964-6500 s
all participants abide by NSPA

rules.All of the competitors who will be 82 83 :
coming from all over the state to ,
Keystone February 29 for the tourna- BINGOEVERY .
I ment will be required to wear full''
riding gear including helmet with NOr
mouth and chin protector.
"Riding a bicycle on a dirt track Is SATURDAY NIGHT
Cars Trucks,
pretty safe, but the intent of the rulesIs ..
make as safe as humanly possible," .Down .." .

Cogley contestants said.and"The the gear pads worn on the by bikes the EARLY BIRD SPECIALS 7:30: PM

themselves do a lot to cut down on the .

chances petition.fun you for' an can accident.have. riding It Increasesthe in com- Kingsley Lake Civic Center 5 82 Ford.Payment

Three pads are required on the
bikes, one on the frame itself, one on '
the handlebar connector or -
"gooseneck joint" and another on the I ; TTo ,

handlebar.Bike classifications in racing are CARPET CLEANING

set according to age of the contestantsand .Select -
wheel size on the bikes.
Girls can begin in the age four and
under classification, then move on to
$-6,7-8 and older according to how far ,from
they want to go. Boys have a entry
level for each year of age. The age .
groups themselves are subdivided in-.
to profficiency divisions for begin- No" Down
\\ ners, intermediates and experts. gTEAIHX ,
Contestants up to age six race on
bikes with wheels equipped with 16-20 =- v
J Inch tires. Contestants seven or older '.Payment -
race with 20 Inch tires only. There is
1. also a "cruiser class" for bikes with : -

larger 26 to 28 inch tires. ; 11.9 %
"The cruiser class takes in lots of FREE. .Financing ., .
different bikes" Cogley said. "Its a
I chance for everyone to get Into the

1 t act.Competitors" are not required to Join III&LXi Estimates : 983 Escorts B'83

the NSPA to compete but everyone 4x4 Pickup
must be properly equipped with safe- ,
... ty gear and bike pads. NSPA ,
membership dues are$15 annually for Mustangs GTs
4 anyone Interested in Joining and there .*.9695
will be plenty of members on hand In
Keystone Heights on February 29. 1 "Dealer' :Invoice"t "
"There will! be some tough com ,
petitors and some exciting racing goIng AIrLimed i. Slip"
at our track here In Keystone," $ nnoo $1300.00 : ,
Cogley .ya. "People from all over .-. .
Florida will be coming here to increase 300 Six' '-"4 ,SpeedEXP's
their point standing for the ,
I overall championship", and to get in .,rte Discounts without trail "
some of the first serious sanctioned
1 competition of the season. This is a
big race and I'm glad we could get it *
here in Keystone. It will give area 200/0 83 Chassis Cab :* Speed Gauges
kids a chance to see some skilled off

r racers In action." F35Q 10tJOO GVW Six Cyl *8795

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In the United States
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