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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Recouping from the ....ury .lnc.1m. Bradford County strawberries SECTION Two A Sections c. ,ti W% SINCE 1879 -
show bloom and 'fruit. A few berrlei should be < *
or. beginning to torn ripening
News ... .. ... ..Pages 1-3A,14A :
within the next to three Weeks, freeiei.
two barring more
School Lunch Menus.,. ....rt2A
,I' Alter o balmy weekend near-freezing temperature returned, Monday with a Editorial. .. .. ... ...PaaeUA
tow of followed low of 33 .
reading 39. by a Tuesday morning.Bradford
i Society ... .. ......Pages 5A*'A
County .it still on fire danger alert despite a welcome 2.7 Inch rain .
" ':. recorded lad week; In the 'late hours of' the lOthand Into the Correspondence. Page 7 At 12&U*
I starting continuing
early morning hours of the 19th.Brlik Sports.. ... .. .....Page IArllALegal
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Real
; dry winds Irom the northwest,combined with low humidity, have wipedout SECTION! Est Page ,1 1
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benefit from the rain and the Florida Forest Service :
report a continuing
News Briefs . .. ..Pages 4&
threat with ten fires 183 In the the week.
burning acre during
county past Obituaries .. . . .,Page *8'
The weekend forecast Is for continued mild and partly cloudy weather, Friday ,
The Sweetest Strawberries This
through Saturday, with possible, showers" Sunday. Ciassilleds..Page 47B Side of Heaven102nd

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by a court order con- bothers some people," Martin said. the commissioners) that an exchangeof

trolling use of second floor legal spacein "Well, I guess we'll have to do some space might be worked out with the
the courthouse responsible under more shuffling and scuffling" Com- parole office. The Probation and
state statute for providing space for missioner Carter said. Parole office is currently down to two
t! the state attorney's offices, and tied field workers and one secretary,
"Mr. Whitworth still have
,.' up with a lease with the parole and we a down from four officers and two
Chairman E.L.Newt(
probation officeBradford commissioners problem, secretaries after in
0 '! a reorganization
Norman told the state attorney.
are on the horns of a dilemma.
Florida statutes the 1975.About
Expanding its staff because of a say county six months ago Elwell and
shall comply... Bradford has
County
record case load, the state attorney's his secretary, Pam Lawson,took overa
done that Whitworth out. But
office here Is covetous of the space pointed conference room and one of four offices
the is not to
currently rented by the Parole and county obligated provide which had been part of) the office
in the courthouse for DOC the
t, Probation office of the Department of space complex of the Parole and Probation ,
f l state out.
attorney pointed>
Corrections. Office. Now, Elwell wants to trade the
Assistant State Attorney Tom "Would it not be more feasible for conference room and office back to
as r Elwell has a third assistant and a DOC to go find another space&" Whit the parole office in exchange for the

F1r tom' .ir'" secretary coming March 1 and no worth asked. three offices and secretarial offices
L. .. place to put them. Elwell wants to '"Where I'm coming from.... I could now occupied by the parole staff.
trade space with the Parole and Probation file a suit, or mCtion1 and let Judge
office, which occupies a space (Theron) Yawn He seems to In an information report to the commission ) -
large enough to house Elwell's entire think he controls use of that second State Attorney Whitworthsaid
he Is trying to create Prison
staff. a
floor, Whitworth continued, gesture
The county currently has a lease ing upward toward the second floor Prosecutors Task Force for the four

L ..- -. ... with DOC which does not expire until with his thumb. area prisons. the Lake Butler Reception -
I .1983. and Medical Center. Florida ,
"I could be a bad guy and break "A deal was a deal.! .." Martin said State Prison, Union Correctional) In-
BMS Brains at it Again... that lease," State Attorney Gene when he was a boy growing up. stitution, Lawtey Correctional In-

These nine Bradford Middle School students earned and John David Francis. Standing: Stephanie Reddish, Whitworth told the county commis- "I sympathize with Mr. stitution and Baker Correctional) Institution -
straight-A's for the third six-weeks. The students are, Rosaland Lennon Stephen Akridge, Tanja Rigby, and sioners. Whitworth... but why does it have to Whitworth said he will ask
kneeling: Allen Gonzalez, Melanie Wood Sharon Martin, Philip Crews. Whitworth came from Gainesville be that particular space&" Martin the state legislature for $123,000 to
to Friday's special commission asked. pay rent and hire two attorneys, a

meeting, bringing with him the new Because there is no more space secretary, and an investigator.Bloodmobiie I
attorney, Pete Enwall who will be available without violating Judge
here March 1 with his secretary. En- Yawn's order to retain the present se }
BMS Earn
9 Students StraightA9sNine wall is currently working on Bradford cond floor legal layout the same as it

'cases in the Gainesville office, Whit is now,the way Judge Yawn,laid it out '
worth said. before the courthouse was. built inaworback .,
Bradford Middle School students, less than one Making the straight A list for the first time are> ...*v;a 4*1"/Wc hawtwo:pe0p1e-aoaiiag;:0-i:'.,".- when*Yawn wad county. i
j { A percent of the student body of 770. earned straight-A's for., ." 'Stephen AltridgiUjxth,grado)- ( Mr.aD4 ""wEa1 11r/d; r rand 'DO"place., to- put thesesX ,"- judge here, the commissioners said. Due Here Tuesday
UV( "thethird-Sixweeksgradjn4: pertod! .whitenJuJ Uie *-*k"Lr7"m eti Akridge, of Starke. ,, ; .. (Whitworth aW. Whitworth said the status of the appeal -
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'or1fa le--: Seventh grader Allen Gonzalez, son of Mr.and Mrs.; Circuit Administrator W. Harold of Judge Yawn's order is that the The CiviUn Regional Bloodmobile
It takes a lot of concentration, study, and hard work to Albert Gonzalez of Starke. Martin of the DOC Parole and Proba- District Court of Appeals has asked will be at the Starke-Bradford County
make the straight-A list says Principal Dewey McKin- tion Services said a third man is com the county for more information. Chamber of Commerce Tuesday,

ney.Five ing to the Parole and Probation office Neither the commissioners nor clerk March 3, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., according -
of the nine students are repeaters on the straight-A Eighth grade: here.The two men assigned here now, Gib Brown was aware of that. The to executive vice-president
list. They are seventh graders: Philip Crews, son of Mr.and Mrs. Ed Crews of Lawtey. Bill Hicks and Don Sapp, are board asked Brown to contact county Bill Wilson.
Marsenna Brantly, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Gerald John David Francis, son of Mr.and Mrs. Charles Fran- overloaded with cases. DOC has been attorney Dudley Hardy to see if he Anyone may donate blood by mak-

Brantly of Starke. cis, of Starke. promised 200-300 more field men by knows anything about the order.) ing an appointment with the local
Sharon Martin, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Ralph Martinof Tanja Rigby, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Charles Rigby the state, with one set for Starke, Assistant state attorney Tom chamber by going by or calling
Starke. of Starke. Martin said. Elwell told the commissioners Feb. 2 9645278.

"We do have a lease agreement un- that his office is handling 425 cases, Wilson told the Telegraph he hopesto
Eighth grade repeaters are: til 1983," Martin reminded the com far above the previous case load have.a record number of people
students
LenSixtySeven only percent of a student of
Rosaland Lennon) ,daughter of Rev.and Mrs. Levy body
missioners. record of in Much of donate blood when
770, made the third six-weeks honor roll, meaning they 300 cases 1977. the Bloodmobilecomes
non of Starke. LonnieRedding made all] A's and B's. "You do have a vacant space," the Increased case load is due to the to Starke. Nearly 60 persons
of Mr.and Mrs.
Stephanie Redding" daughter Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr. increased violence In Florida State donated the last time the bloodmobilewas
of Starke. Left off of I last week's list, printed I in the Middle School I
news, was A-B student Robbie McRae sixth pointed out to Martin. Prison, Elwell says. here, a record to that date,
grader from
of Mr.and Mrs. Les Wood of
Melanie Wood, daughter ,
Starke. Starke.t "Yes, Sir. and I understand that It was Elwell who first suggested to Wilson said. '.


PROPER\ ZONING SOUGHT


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I -i, ) JMt. '< 31-Acre IndustrIalParlPlanned on 301 Southneighborhood IH


: r..',4 ( An intensive commercial classification Plans are to build a ready-mix con- told the zoning board. Wolbert -A proposed small shopping centeron commercial (CN).
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1 for an industrial park on a 26-acre crete manufacturing plant, and even- represents the building of the con Pleasant Grove section to be Vi-acre tract 5'/i miles south of
......... t'j'\- parcel on US-301 a mile south of tually add manufacture of prestressed crete plant. developed by Ira Hudson on H-acre Starke on the west side of SR-100.
I'' .4e! .. Starke is being sought by Ronnie concrete and an asphalt plant. At The zoning board approved five tract % miles west of SR-16 off) NW from open rural ( OR) to I IA
'.}. ). Ih-:\: Newman and builder ScottWhitehead. full development the plant would have parcels of. property for advertisement 25th Ave., single family residentialand
.. J 83 employees Attorney Jesse Wolbert the two Whitehead parcels and: mobile home (Rsf-MH) to (See Industrial... Page 14A)
'- A concrete manufacturing plant is

'0. proposed for another 6Vft-acre tract

.: ..,. ':JIII, adjacent classification to the is other necessary., for which The tract a CI Intruder Holds Starke. Woman Hostage for 3 Hours I

-.;; is on the east side flf US-301 in back of
the burned out restaurant, Skeeter's
Breakfast House) and just north of A Starke woman, 23, was held hostage for three hours Wednesday morning, At 10 a.m. Norman's roommate phoned. Norman said she let the phone ring 20
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 38 Deerwood subdivision developed by Feb.18, in her Colley Road home by a paroled prison inmate. times before answering.
ANNUAL FISH FRY a Longchamp, Inc.' Karen Norman got away unharmed when her two bosses suspecting Crum stood right next to her and listened to the conversation, Norman said.
Gospel Sing Deerwood residents were present something was amiss after talking to Norman on the phone,drove up. Arrivingat Norman was due tc) report at the steakhouse at noon.
Dinner 5:30-Singing 4:00- and vocal Tuesday night Feb. 24, in 12:15: p.m., the employers, Harry Hatcher and Donnie Falcon chased and When she tried to put on a slip Crum turned his head and looked away from
Donation S2.50 Adult their desire to see that developer l caught the black intruder, and tied him to a tree until police arrived. When Hat- her, Norman said.
$1.75 Children under 12 Whitehead's plans include nothing cher*and Falcon arrived, Crum fled and Mrs. Norman a waitress at the Crum didn't seem to want sex and made no advances toward her, Mrs. Nor
Volunteer Fir Dept. that will disturb their residential Western Steer steakhouse, ran across the street to the home of Bradley's man said.

area, separated from the tract by parents. At 11:50: a.m. the phone ran again. It was Norman's boss Donald Falcon,
TUESDAY.MARCH 3 some 300 feet of timberLongchampSTARKECITYCOUNCIL o Wilbur Carter Crum, 33, of Starke is charged with aggravated assault kid- assistant manager at the restaurant calling to see why she hadn't reported to
has so far refused to sell the tract' napping, false imprisonment, armed robbery and armed burglary of Mrs. Nor. work.
leaving it there for buffer zone to the man. Crum is being held In the Bradford County Jail without bond. Falcon said Norman seemed quite upset. "No, I can't," Norman said accor-
Meeting g 7:90 P.M. subdivision. .. .. "I just hope nobody else has to go through with something like that" Mrs. ding to Falcon, in replying to his question about whether she was coming to
Newman and Whitehead showed Norman says of the experience..She is careful to point out Crum showed no In- work.
ANNUAL SUPPER ; plans of the proposed Industrial park clination to harm her sexually. Falcon reported he determined whether the problem was a man by asking if
PANCAKE to the residents as veil as to the zoning Crum and Tommy Hamilton 18 alias Tommy DeSue, and Alphonso) Covington. the problem was male or female- which Norman asked "yes" to male.
St. Mark's Episcopal, Church board. But Chairman Don Rardon ,20, are also charged by Starke police with involvement in the robbery of Falcon called back again to tell his employee that he and manager-owner
5:30- :avafmbl.. cut short any discussion. telling the the City Fish and Meat Market on Feb. 10. Crum and Hamilton are also charged Harry Hatcher III were on the way to the house.
Takeouts Deerwood residents that the zoning with the theft of dental equipment from the Bradford County Health Depart. Norman reported Crum went to the bathroom three times, once asking her to
Donation t Adults tlChildren board was just allowing the proposed ment. on Feb. SHOo turn her head when he used the facility.
r ,, 10 a.und.rSt zoning change to be advertised. TheFRIDAY.MARCHS Crum was hiding under the Colley> Road house of Mrs. Norman and Judy The last time Crum went to the bathroom window to see when the car would
proposed reclassification will come ,Bradley 28. When Bradley left for work at 8:30: a.m.Crum entered the house via arrive, Norman dashed out the back door and across the street to the parents of
up at the March 31 meeting and all the back door, which was not bolted from the Inside. Norman was awakened by her roommate, Mr. and Mrs. Noon Bradley

WORLD DAY OP. Church PRAYERPresbyterian parties will be given adequate time to the barking of her pet dog, Fifl. As Falcon and Hatcher drove up, they saw Crum run out of the house and intoa
I .. 11:00 Program state their case, the chairman stress. Crum said he saw her sleeping in the bedroom, but searched for weapons. wooded area. Falcon and Hatcher chased Crum down and held him until
, Whitehead Crum found a screwdriver and later two butcher knives. police Capt. Scotty Rhoden and Patrolmen Eaton G. Mosher
;li:00 Covered Dish is said to be in of said. and A.B. Sharp arrived -
wouldn't be Norman
process Crum told her to shut up and she harmed to take the parol Provided
Nursery buying the entire 31-acre tract from Crum said he just wanted a place to hide out Norman said. Police brought Crum to the house where Norman identified him the
Newman. Whitehead plans to divide "At first he tied me up for about five minutes" Norman said. She opened a who broke into the house and held her hostage. as person
the 2 -acre tract into(one-acre parcels piggy bank and Crum stuffed an undetermined amount of money into binpockets Norman said
Crum used the
phone one time, telling her he
was calling
.; for small businesses A road
en paved said.
Norman
'
I < (;);r c J will be built down the center of the Crum,went through the clothes of she and her roommate. Bradley's clothes Canada. Norman said Crum talked to a female friend.

Realtor tract but the owners will not dedicate were too small for Crum. Norman said. Crum was barefoot and dirty, Norman said. Police recovered his shoes
> ((901)182.393) it to the county..Whitehead told the Crum; asked about knives or a weapon but settled for the two butcher knives socks and a hat in the brush across from Norman's home.

I HOMIS .. IOTH ACMAOft .zoning board. the hostage said. Mrs.Norman stressed to a Telegraph reporter that Crum was nice to her. She
AUTHORIZED OtAll The entire 31-acre tract is now zoned "As long as you don't go anywhere I won't hurt you" Crum said, according to said he planned to go to Canada. -

'. OR.The proposed industrial park Norman. Crum wa*released on parole from Lawtey Correctional Institution last Jan.
I ''f'lr. will require a CI (commercial Inten'wIlderness" ."We Just sat'on the bed talking," Norman said. -"He rubbed alcohol on his 13. He was sentenced April 14, 1971 to serve a three-year term in state prison for
\ sive) classification for retail and sale ,hands as he went looking through the dresser drawers. He threw salt all over grand theft from Duval County.That case was Crum's fourth felony sentence In

L !IfP'l! _4! outlets not of a neighborhood or .the place. the Florida prison system. He has also served time in Alabama.as far back as
general commercial nature. Crum explained he was rubbing alcohol and salt. on him so tracking dogs 1966.

!Mwy: pOI. Nrfl P.O. Boa 1286: An I classification for a concrete couldn't pick up his scent if police used do .s.\ The Parole and Probation office in Starke, acting under state statutes, placedan
Rowley,fh:32058 plant.'Is being sought. tor the.CVi-acre "I don't want to hurt you. I am so nervous, Crum said,according to Norman. automatic 10 day hold on Crum who is being held in the Bradford County jail .
tract. ,, Norman Indicated Crum was more nervous than she. In Starke before bond Is set. <








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Page ZA TELEGRAPH February.28.1981


School Board], )lea;: Preliminary Plans For Classroom Building for PMRPlans '


," Vl4'" tion Lucille Payne supported the
"\. Hall movedto 26 by 15 feet to contain a dugout, concession Casey to order furniture for the new guidance clinic."I .
with the state member Rodney quickly
feet ( with attorney
Plans for 1,152 square o an but to stand, and future restrooms addition to Lawtey Elementary. feel we're getting $5,000 worth-
classroom space for profoundly mentally Department of Education. recognize Lopeisrequest Board member Arthur Gaskins it's good service,"Mrs.
recreation think a
I
said the Lawtey Elementary
retarded students were approved Supt. Casey questioned if the at- take no action. Hall paying for on he said at the plus.
reminded Casey
available to the vandalism in one case would set a field. The request was made by Payne stated.
Bradford School would be order
the torney to
Feb. 16 by to be ready i
meeting :
Buddy previous .
and administrativestaff precedent and pointed out there are Brooker Elementary Principal
said Operanions
Board. superintendent needed. That was theboard's numerous instances of vandalism to Paterson who works with th>Re!crew the furniture in February.Casey ,Heard!Director of Len-
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education fund when

that$39,000 are expected in special from the state AprU .. ..-intent" -..-,.said, ..,..Parrish.t.Ap'ifoVetf ." ., ,. and vehicles .owned;and fby, said school the! teachers damage'is ;,.jt u Ion Department Lawtey\; : ,, ,,hei had to Department spend $14,000 of Education.p'proval on furniturefor nard principal Register Bill McRae praise BMS for soothing assistant a

1, will be used to pay'for-tber size '" budget principals:covered Insurance of the Okayed purchase''of an $805 recor- the LE project. Casey said other set of irate parents and also praised
building, to be.about twice the tIf" I) )JW(Jsion in the usually by ding machine from Ronald Trumble schools have already ordered what AV/refrigeration Instructor Gene
a regular portable 'ttuifituid'forithi J such as truck Inc. of Jacksonville Beach. Bids were furniture they Tanner for working over the weekendto

have profoundly to be>specialty ntalJy/retarded (PMR: ,:. I'!tarhrlng-'CETA' arid'nutrition education Approved two changes in school received at the January meeting. .Assured board member Pat fix a boiler which heated thb'0liddle'
The.funds. were received after board rules: ]) Reducing the numberof school.Tanner, newly checked out to
students.Six ad- Exacted a promise from Supt. Spengler the school system is getting boilers refused to accept pay
meetings of school
PMR students will be In the the budget was approved and had to required worth of service repair
than $5,000
but had
said
more
committees from 4 a to 3 a mileage Register the
system within two yearsSupt; Ton be amended into the budget. visory year from the Bradford-Union Guidance or
school board. new board has a reserve fund of year, and 2) Establishing a brief the i school warm for the students Monday
told the .The had noted ''
building Casey ,to be placed( ,atit&e Bradford 1 I$88 Th5411 at this point in the fiscal year, period, not to exceed two minutes; of Chorus ConcertSet Clinic.payment Mrs.when Spengler going over bills and morning. Register said he wanted' the to

Middle School site, will be large said Supt. Casey. silent prayer or meditation at.. ,.the wondered if the board was receiving make' the statements would during be
of they part
start each school day. regular meeting so
Casey enough said.for seven PMR .students. : 'Was told by architect White locks Board member Rodney Hall pushedfor March' 6," i services Director rendered of Curriculum for the and payment.Instruc- of the board's recorded minutes.

"This classroom is as critical and for the BHS gym renovation Job came the meditation rule, allowed by
and had to be state law, during a work session and '
as meaningful as anything" to the' in the wrong type
Bradford school program, Supt, reordered. That is holding up final the board unanimously agreed. At Bradford .High 'Bradford Middle School News. I
Casey said. The school district is re completion of the job.
quired by state law to provide Passed a resolution expelling a A chorus concert is scheduled Friday Federal l'funds will constructthe
facilities for retarded students Including I Was told a boiler in the round BHS student from school for the March 6, at 8 p.m. at the Brad- Dates To Remember: plans.building and plans are to have. it
those profoundly mentally; house at the vo-tech/middle school school year. A copy of the resolution ford High School auditorium. Six Weeks Test Schedule: Wed., for the school term 81-82.
retarded. Local PMR students cur can be converted to be gas- will be sent to the parents, Supt. In concert will be the Bradford High Feb. '25-Language Arts and P.E.; ready Friday the 13th was the'day 'we
rently are bused to and from Putnam fire which would provide more heatto Casey said.Okayed. School Concert Chorus the BHS Thurs., Feb. 26 Related Arts andMath celebrated Valentine's Day at BMS.
County. the middle school and vo-tech com- construction of a building Girl's Glee Club, and the Bradford ; Fri., Feb. .1:1- Social Studies We did something that we have never
"It's something we're going to have plex than the present water operated I Middle School Chorus under the direc- and Science.Sat. done before and it was a super suc-
to do," said board member J.T. Par- united. tion of Don Hardy. ., Feb. 28 BMS Band will be For a dime students could turn
rish getting no argument on .the ..,/ ". "..11/., ,1 ... Each chorus will present a varietyof competing in a Solo and Ensemble cess.in a Valentine to the office and they
i point. Approved the purchase of two .. selections. Among the highlightswill Contest in Gainesville at 8 p.m. all typed and printed in the first
t After looking at the drawings of the Savin Model 840 copying machines, at I be the BHS chorus singing/ Mon.,Mar.2-4th six weeks end. "were"BMS Valentines wiM-iIt: was afour-
l proposed building, the board $2,685 each for BHS and the vo-tech ? 1 "Awake, Awake to Love and Work' Mon., Mar. 9 Report cards go newsletter containing almost 300
The machines were not the ,, Carlton Young, the Girl's Glee'
i members told architect Bobby White center. p ALtsX by home. valentine messages, some sent
they saw no problems with the plans. low bid but were the only machines of Club singing "The Rainbow Connec- Artist of the Week of Feb. 19: Kim anonymously and some not. All of our
Chairman J.R. (Jim) Lawson four bids to meet specifications, said tion" (theme from the Muppet movie) Gunter- Kim did a weaving design and staff' received copy
1 declared the matter an emergency,, administrator David Smith. by Paul Williams, and the concert with multi-colored yarn. Kim is In and students enjoyed it immensely.Our .
and the board approved the plans.It chorus' singing ,of a renaissance Mrs. Ross' 4th period Art Class. Con- BMS PTO Dance, Feb. 14, wasa
gives White, who works for the Took no action on a request to motet "The Silver Swan" by.Orlando gratulations, Kim I tremendous success. We had over
E firm of Craig Salley Associates of reimburse BMS physical education Gibbons. Artist of the Week of Feb.26: Steve well behaved,young folks in
Loper for van Admission is $1.50. Children under Mrs. Brewer's 3rd 200,very
Gainesville,authority to proceed with instructor George Jones-Steve is in A dance contest was held
final plans and educational specifications dalism to his automobile. Board age 12 will be admitted free. The class and did a very nice attendance.the three couples who placed 1st
and
which must be approved by the public is invited to attend. landscape in pastels. Congratulations .

: State Department of Education. : Steve. were Sean: Robinson-6th-Lawtey Elemen-
f Plans are for the building to be The girls from Mrs. Smith's and Tina Harmon6thBMS.Tammy .
: ready for occupancy when school Boat RampProject Roping Club Sets Mrs.Ross' SLD Resource Room wenton tary; and Morrow-7th-BMS; and
i opens this fall. For that reason the a field trip Feb. 10, to the Parker-7th-BMS.
i board moved to approve the drawingsat Cosmotology Dept. at Vo-Tech. They Tommy Griffin-3rd-Southside Elem.;
the Feb. meeting. Work will have to StalledA Clean-Up Day were treated to hair trims and a facial and Larry Diane Renee Hudson-2nd-Starke
begin as soon as school is out this r make-up. .
7 summer. Bids on construction of the $49,000 improvement project for Also Sabra Sweat gave the class a Elementary.Each winner received a box
building will probably be asked at the the little Santa Fe Lake public boat With Fun IncludedA talk on her 2-year-old brother's Valentine contest candy, compliments of
March board meeting. ramp is stalled now because Bradford .. tracheotomy, discussing the procedure BMS PTO. Many thanks to the
commissioners don't know answered the
detail and
county in ques-
t In other action Feb. 16, the school where they will get their one-third of Mrs.Debra Norman..wasfourth work day to build corrals and put tions. She also displayed necessary parents and staff that the helped dance.so much;And
board: the amount for matching funds. runner-up In the Mrs. Florida the horse arena back in shape is set equipment.We with the success of
Zoning Director L.M. Gaines says Contest. Saturday, March 7, by the Bradford would like to recognize two well last,but certainly not least,thank you
Was told by Supt. Casey that he he will apply for the grant again in July Roping Club. deserving young men who, by acci- students, for your outstanding to con-see
and the insurance agent James A. a new fiscal year.Deadline to app- Debra Norman dent, were left off of the 6th grade A-B duct. We were also very happy
other Brad-
there will be some fun,too,says students from
Feb. 27. But so many
McCauley are at a standoff on the proposed ly this year is this Friday Honor Roll list. They are Robbie
premium increase in employee The county had an excellent chanceof Roping Club President Tommy McRae and Greg Wiggins. We do ford County schools.The evening was
health and hospitalization insurance.It getting the $49,000 grant from the 4th Runnerup Reames. A special band cookout will be and handto a apologize for leaving you off. Congratulations immensely enjoyed by all!
took him three days, Casey said, state Department of Natural country-western on to you all!!II!
but he added up all checks paid to the Resources, Gaines told the county liven things up. We would like to welcome to our THI..ADFORDCOUNTY
insurance company. Liberty Life, commissioners last week. Gaines sug- In Mrs. Fla. ContestMrs. The cookout is set from 11 a.m. until staff Miss Carla Heard as our new TELEGRAPH
over the past six:years and the school gested using the county boat registration 6 p.m. Dinners will be$2 for Vpoundchicken Speech Therapist, on Mondays, Published every ThurtdayatlMW.CallStr.vt
system has paid in$136,000 more than monies, some $6,000 per year, for Debra Norman of Bradford baked beans, cole slaw Wednesdays and Fridays. Carla
the insurance company says it paid its Vt portion, or purchasing 3/4-acres County was fourth runner-up in the bread and tea. All proceeds will go to graduated from the University of Fla. Stork,Florida 3201
out in claims.The finding,Casey said, of property adjacent to the boat ramp Mrs. Florida Contest at the HolidayInn fix up the arena. in August of 1980 and resides in
negates any reason for the insurance from Guy Andrews for$10,000 and us- in Plantation, near Fort Lauder- Gainesville. We look forward to work- Second Clan poitag paid at.
and the Ghost
band
company to raise rates. ing that as its portion.The county cur dale, this past weekend.The The will Jo-Cephus ing with Carla. She is at BHS on Stark.FloridaSubscription
McCauley and the school Insurance rently has on hand one year's boat Riders, play Saturday afternoon and Thursdays. ,
to registration receipts and is expecting 20 contestants went through ajudge's until... Only charge is for the dinner Tuesdays the Raton
Committee met briefly just prior The School Board has given go
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interview, swimsuit competition the band will be free listening, President i-
the school board meetingMcCauley another ;year's receipts shortly, and ahead to begin plans for the new In trad araai $'.00 p.r year. ?
withdrawing to consider Casey's Gaines said. evening gown competition, Reames says. ..... ..._ _.... Special Education building to provide '< W.OO.I..th.! f. ''' :
were.questioned by judges gain after ..... ...
modified'proposal .. .Tbe-.iC.ountj' commission is and "" ;.J.
figures while leaving aney j \ ; Club ddhrhaJe adequate housing for PMH
\ chosen for the top 10, Wen the The Roping com- ,
l with the committee. ,.I hesitating,, however of funds.; because The of boat a A top being 5.. j i IIT* petition- every, 'Saturday at 7 p.mVfct. Itinerant .:.Special<< ,;, Education met-PrA with yR411 p.II!,,x(911'! a"b4'I months, ...4PfrlyPfM$5.50.ta
ready source has' )
located at the Bradford grams. Mr. McKinney yr
Mrs. Florida of J9&ll1s Jean'Mosley'of the horse arena;
i *Apprqved.the appoIntgreaLot'at. j t regi&traaiOl.leies cannot'.be..used to' Mr. Casey and the architect to begin
Fairgrounds.
torney Richard Welty as school board purchase lands but must be used on Tallahassee, the secretary to the County .
attorney. The board approved the the physical portion of the improvement wife of Gov. Bob Graham. Mrs.
The commissionerswere Mosley will go( to l Las+ Vegas to compete
recommendation of committee ,project.
members J.T. Parrish and Pat also concerned about using all in the Mrs. America pageant.Mrs. .
Spengler. Board Member RodneyHall available sources of funds on the Santa Mosley was first runner-up in i
opposed the motion, saying he Fe Lake boat ramp and picnic the Mrs. Florida pageant last year. j T rAio :

was not voting against Welty but was area, leaving nothing to spend on Mrs. Norman is a former Bradford r
questioning whether the board needsa ,other areas, such as Sampson and County strawberry queen. /j
local attorney. Hall said he has Hampton Lakes.
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French fries lettucetomatopickle U.S. Good Cut & Wrapped .
peaches, and'.: Of
milk. HIND,QUARTERS . . . Lb.S143 $19900

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seasoning buttered rice, cabbage Lb. 1
slaw, banana-strawberry jello,
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City Zoners ::Block Church Property, :; Mobile Home

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[n a 4-2 vote t the SUrke,Planning request of the church. have 'our problems''.'" He explainedthat member Julius Royal said.
and Zoning Board denied a request to .'We don't want to have a mobile some of our decisions'on the Vice-chairman Walter Westcott,
allow a mobile home to be placed on home park at the church,but we wantto board may make some people mad. who presided at the meeting, stated
the Assembly Church of God propertyon place a single mobile home on the "We have an obligation) ] to all the that the church had a final appeal
west CR-16.' property," Barnett said people of Starke," Williams said. with the Starke City Commission.
The property is. currently zoned "The request will help,, with the "I would like to leave the zoning as The motion passed by a 4-2 vote of If
R-l-A which calls for a single family ,security at the-church because we it is," Peterson said. the board with Capps, Royal, AnyoneElopes
dwelling with very>low density. The :recently had a burglary where the Board member: Claire Capps Williams, and Peterson voting for the
church is owned by the Assembly of church lost $1,500 dollars worth of pointed out if the mobile home was denial. Cecilia Terwillegar and
God, Inc. of Lakeland, Florida. equipment," Barnett said. allowed to be placed on the church Westcott voted against the motion.
The application requested the zon- Jeanette Laney, a church member, property that would be spot :zoning, The recommendation is expected to -
ing to be changed to RM-1 which pointed out Rev.Bachman was workIng which she opposes. be presented to the Starke City Com
would allow a mobile home to be placed day and night to make improvements "Don't feel it is the right thing to do mission at its next meeting Tuesday, -Dies
on the church property for the to the inside of the to grant the zoning change," board March 3, at 7 p.m.
residence of the pastor, Rev., Pau! church. She added ''work will) be Gets MarriedHas
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Bachman and his family., They curSrently 'started on improving the outside
live in a mobile home park in soon. Guests
Starke. "Laws can be changed by a strokeof Brooker's Debbie Green __. .*"
H.B.Barnett acted as spokesperson the pen," Rev. Bachman said. -Goes Away
for approximately 20 persons who Zoning board member Joe Williams
came to the meeting supporting the told the people from the church "we Shows 2 Winners at State FairBrooker's -Has A Party

-Has A Baby
Debbie Green, the only one's from around here who go
Bradford High Chapter JoinsIn Bradford County participant in the anywhere to show cows,"Debbie said -Has A Fireis
dairy portion of the Florida State Fair at school Monday. "A lot of people
held Feb. 8-15 In Tampa,representedthe show at the steer and hogs shows but IIIHas
Celebration of National FFA Week county well, showing two prize there's really not much money in the
winners. dairy. Except you get to keep them An OperationHas
Bradford FFA members observed in observance of the first U.S. Presi- Taking part in her third state fair and show them the rest of the year."
National FFA Week which started dent's leadership in promoting scien- the BUS senior showed the second- Two years ago Miss Green showedthe An Accident
Feb. 21 with a dress up day Wednes- tific farming practices. President prize Ayrshireand ." Junior champion heifer and in 1980
day, Feb. 25, and are planning a hay Washington is considered the patron third-prize she showed a trio of red ribbon win- -Receives An Award
ride and dance Friday evening, Feb. saint of the FFA and has come to Holstein in the : ners.
27,at the school farm. symbolize the FFA treasurer.Homecoming Open competition "We'll show 'em pretty much all -Makes A speech
Officials dress for the dress up day and both ..,., rf through the school year," she said of
was either navy or black pants and a Set cows won blue f her two prize-winners, both bought -Holds A MeetingOr
white or yellow shirt topped with an At Smyrna Baptist ribbons in the from a Kentucky farm a year ago.
FFA jacket.All 4-H show earlierin The Ayrshire is her brother Don's. Takes Part in Any
FFA members are invited to the Sunday March 1 the week. ;i.-'-. It's routing for Debbie to lead the
hayride and barn dance beginning at Sunday School Services at 10 a.m., Cows from as W show cows every day after school and Other Unusual EventThat's t
7:30: p.m.Friday, Feb. 27,at the FFA Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Speaker, far away as then to wash,clip, and blanket them,
farm Rev. Ira Thompson. Dinner on the New York were I I and get all the health paperwork done
Members of the Bradford Chapter grounds following the morning wor- brought to the before showtime. She says an
join with nearly 485,000 other FFA ship. Afternoon gospel singing with state show. Debbie average year for the Green family
members across the United States in the Fericho Singers. Everyone is cor- "We're (the Green means about eight shows,
celebrating National FFA Week. dially invited. Green family) culminating with the Bradford Coun- NeUJs
Preparing for Progress- the theme really the only ty Fair in October.
of the week's activities by the 269 Charter Revision
chapters throughout the State of Committee Holds WE WANT IT

Florida. First Study SessionThe Starke Elementary School NewsMrs.
The traditions of FFA have held

strong and produced a mighty work process of updating theStarke's .McClellaiuTs 5th Grade Walker and his grandmother for bringing -
force for food and fiber to meet the charter got underway Tues-
the children strawberry -
when the Charter REvision From space and the future we are cupcakes
needs of the nation and the world. day night
with valentine
now turning to a study of the Earth'spast. decorated Bradford County TelegraphCall
Successful agricultural leaders of today Committee, with Robert Milner, Jr., and fruit baskets fill]
Students out goodies orange
are finding some
chairman, met in a two-hour sessionat
are the testimony, says Randy information about the days of the ed with candy Mrs Annette Norman 964.6305
the office of City Attorney George
of the Bradford
Merritt.. president for Thank
Pierce. A second meeting has been Dinosaurs. Every day the students brought punch everyone.
chapter.Vocational agricultural educationis called for March 19 at the City Hall. work 4 short papers about these terrible )- you!
lizards.When the unit is The following students have ad-
complete,
In addition to Milner and Pierce,
American of Lear-
an success story CHRISTLUTHERAN
vanced into first grade languagebook
a
members were Ed Wall, each student should have a 40-page
ning National by Doing FFA, Merritt Week says.always In- Harold Epops present,Bobby Biggs,and E.L. dinosaurs.booklet to take home and keep, about Julie: Johnny Allen, Byron Walker Demps, LaRae, Geiger Trevor,

cludes George Washington's birthday Matthews. Outstanding Students Up-to-date: Mitchell, NcKeay Chandler, Wesley CHURCHPastor
Richie Barnes, Mark Marshall, Norman and Chad Tyler.
Robert Thorpe, Penny Hsieh, Sharod These students have begun writing Glen Schmlege 473-2419 !
Southside School NewsThe
Elementary Patel, Sabrina Ford, Nicole Johnson, their names: Betty Lott, Barbara I
Esther Martin, Mary Alice Howell Rowe, Angie Hill, Andrea Dommon
Southside PTA Meeting of Feb and Donna Dunlap.A-B students were' and Sherry Mack. and Toni Brown.We're very proud of Church ,Service 10:30: am
"17 was well attended by families of'' Leigh AnhTOdo'm and Brian Hall.: Mrs.Wnkler' Znd Crude '.. the following students who are now
students. March lOt 9 a m.; Is the time set for ..John JJoH and Aosc..Gafeiaon haver writing sentences and poems everyday -'
,.,'" fl t"'Mt9'rDtjnN3eo dams ih3tfl 'ir't J J I t hdlssuttteirkbSpdulng't'hef2nTtireedtndetrts- been:out with"the.chickenpoxo! -It's. >.,Robert Brown, >LaHae Geiger, Keystone Lion's Club
fronv-eadT'fmh glade will nice to have them back. Julie Allen, Johnny Walker and
I speech program. A program of compete for the chance to go to the We are trying hard to learn about Trevor Mitchell. Congratulations 1 *Sunday School and Bible School Resumed 9 amPURINA
dancing children from all Bradford
square by County Spelling Bee on fractions. Jill] Williams and Alex Col-
grade levels was under the direction March 31. Two students will be eman brought apples to divide into
.i of physical education instructors, selected by elimination, one to compete halves, fourths and eighths' The
i Miss Gayle Lee and Claude Revels. and one alternate.Mrs. .
tooth-fairy has been to see Alex _
The students at Southside have en- \ Elaine Wood's fifth grade Porter, Missy Maslowski, Lori Starl- f w8 --
, joyed square dancing as part of their class is playing a weekly current ing and Kim Wall. % X Purina
I physical education program this events game associated with Channel Jill Williams made 100% in Spelling MqhOctcn*
. year. The large paved area, installed 4 Eye-Witness News. Team I won this every week this school year. Great I HOG CHOW
several years ago with PTA-Carnival week with a score of 22 points. work Jill! Monika Williams is
funds, has been a great help with the Members of this team are: Jimmy Math whiz this week.TetstoneAustin's. our
recreation program. Burchick, Robert Bokone, Chuck KindergartenThis
The use of this year's PTA-Carnival Monroe, Eric Noegel, and Lynda week we are studying the let-
j, funds was discussed and the following Wilson. All four teams are making an ter R. Our class had a Valentine's
items received priority: A hand- effort to watch the nightly news each party on Friday, Feb. 13. We want to
. crank duplicating machine, thermal week. thank Johnny's mother,' Maria
I copier (or repair the present one),
I $300 toward an IBM typewriter to be
I matched with school funds, electric
I J, fry pan and toaster oven for Building Tomorrows
kindergarten? Florida history kit,
agnetism science kits, Dukanes
filmstrip and tape projector), $1000 TODAY !
i toward a permanent brick or concrete:
' block building on campus for storage ttPurtna.
, of PTA carnival props and equip- e
ment. CALF

\ Starting the week of March 9, 1981, STARTENA.
Southside.CTBS'\ Tests will be given ,at r

, Friday, February 27 is the date set I' I II
for the soccer tournament at Lawtey,
I postponed from Friday, Feb. 20. This
f ,tournament will involve fourth and $ tlfj.lit
I I fifth grade students from Southside, Now in Starke
and is the annual Bradford County In- '
(tatirc| | iSl&Aljo
vitational. !iertfMt, ?
February is a busy month for Mrs.,
Vicki McKinney's first graders.,The I I III
children enjoyed making valentinesand
decorating their classroom with

valentine mobiles. Helping to enjoy a Rosier Nursery ------------------..
valentine party with their children
were: Mr. Wiggins, Mrs. Hawkins 301 south walnut street
Mrs. Crawford and Mr. Dan ;
Williams. The students are learning 964-6214 H
about the. two most famous tI
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Americans whose birthdays are this s
month, George Washington and

Abraham Congratulations Lincoln.to the children who now carrying a full line of

have begun reading BOXCARS AND
BOTTLECAPS, ,a second grade
reader, Jeremy Crawford, Donna Purina Feeds
Dunlap and Rhonda Vickers. Con-I
tratulations also go to two children for Repairs and Remodeling

making all A's on their third six. _
weeks report card: Jeremy Crawford
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'Dr stic Steps 'to 'Conserve Nation's Fuel' Supply' I


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:;'.. } The above headline., which reads the U.S. today-or even ,worse-if BRADFORD TELEGRAPH now completely motorized. Each
like somethingtwe!, might expect to see GOES FROM KEROSENETO
Is
now run by an
It Work? alternate sources of are not
Will energy
on our front pages in the not too distant Starke's' ELECTRIC POWER individual motor, of a size necessaryto
future, actually appeared in the developed. experimentation Fuel of another type was featuredin
Telegraph issue of January 18, 1918 with converting a pilot unit of'its a Telegraph item of Nov. 28, 1924, its operation, replacing the
with its attendantline
economics is that to the of wood kerosene engine
This is the supply-side generating plant use "Motoriz-
question upper- with the announcement of
I most in the minds of the the lower the taxes, especiallyin The.> i difference is that the gasification as energy for generating ing" the newspaper printing plant. of shafts and for the the operation:engine's of
higher-income brackets, critical "Fuet famine" in those'days electric power, is a step in the right machinery,
American President of
people as concerned with coal-not oil or direction. Wood is man s oldest fuel, The story follows: blankety-blank habit "laying"down
the American was
the
Reagan defines his "supply more of and should play an increasingly Important when most needed.
I" gas which are the prime areas con-
side" economic theory for economy will produce, offer part in supplying energy in With the installation of (electric)
curing the nation's ills. ing more jobs to people at the cern today.' the next decade. motors in its press room, the plant of Electricity is the cleanest anJmost;
I available for
lower income levels and The 63year.old news item, carry efficient power

t I After all the talk about"supplyside" ultimately giving them more ing a Washington,'DC. dateline, said _......._- m.... Telegraph operating, in machinery keeping with, and its policy The \\
that,American manufacturing enter-
as opposed to buying This is the I
power. of maintaining a modernly equipped
"demand side" economics, modern version of the old states prises, with few of exceptions the Mississippi, in 'all CLEAN-UP PROCLAMATIONIn office for the benefit of Bradford

I and the theories why this for- "trickle down" theory, where River"were west ordered by the govern- County, Installed these time savers as i I

mula should work, the fact re- benefits are poured in at the ment to suspend operations for five cooperation with the Woman's Club of Slarke. and by the powers soon as possible after inauguration of

mains that the Reagan plan is top of the hopper and ex- days as a1 drastic measure for relieving vested in me as Mayor Commissioner of the City of Starke, I hereby proclaim 24-hour service by the municipal light

: an untested gamble, with the pected, eventually, to trickle the fuel famine." The order also the month of March In the year 1981 as Clean-Up and BeautificationMonth. plant.If .
included the states of Louisiana andMinnesota .
i biggest risks being taken by down to the bottom. It is the '. any of our readers are interestedin

lower income and fixed- machinery, they are invited to in-
i "demand-side
of
reverse The four-week to
campaign improve our city will begin March 1 and time.
income Americans. economics," based on the idea At the same time, as an additional continue to April 1. during which time every property owner Is asked to spect our plant at any

I that production and produc- means of relief, it was directed that plant azaleas and other flowering shrubs and at least one flowering tree PUBLIC SCHOOLS
1 i Although the President calls linked directly to de- industry and business generally including as well as clearing and cleaning vacant lots, ridding their environs of :34 BRADFORDCOUNTY
tivity are
IN
his economic program a four- all normal activities that require rash, and brightening up their homes and business property with a fresh
pronged affair, its success or mand, and that government heated buildings, observe as a coat of paint where needed. (IN 1918.THAT IS)

failure is dependent a fifth should stimulate demand with holiday every Monday for the next ten. There were 34 schools in Bradford
I on spending programs and weeks. The Woman's Club has provided leadership In clean-up and beautification County in 1918 (when Bradford still included -

factor--whether Americanswill smaller tax cuts. efforts In our city for three-quarters of a century, providing needed the area that is now Union

in fact, use their proposed "This will close down on Mondays, leadership In making Starke a more beautiful and more healthful place In County).

I tax savings in a way that The so-called cuts not only factories, but saloons, stores which to live.This organization deserves the cooperation of all citizens of
curbs inflation rather than spending (except for the sale of drugs and the community In carrying out its objectives during the four-week periodof Still segregated of course the
which the new administration food), places of amusement, and this Clean-Up and Beautification Drive. schools included:
stimulates it. There is
1 no would wrap up in package nearly all office buildings," the arti-

guarantee that they will. In with tax cuts, are really com- cle said. "While the order does not Charles SchaeferMayorCommissioner City of Starke White: Dowling Thomas, Long

fact, the man who "invented" ing from proposed budget in- mention shipyards it is known that February 17, 1981 Bridge, Raiford Pine Grove Lawtey,
they will be permitted to continue Vanderbilt
supply-side economics, Arthur Starke Rising,
i Laffer of the Universityof creases, and are not cuts from operations as usual although muni- -.iIiiinTA liJil 1 fi 11 [ I I I Heilbronn, Rosier Midway, i

present spending levels. If tions plants will be closed." Theressa, Pine Hill, Johnstown
Southern California said at
adopted, it is hoped that they Graham Nebo, Palestine Hampton,
the time that he had no idea would slow( the annual in- The article continued: "The Miller, Ziff, Brooks,. Little Springs,

whether his theories would ac- crease in federal spendingfrom Government's move came entirely County Agents By Guilford Pine Forest, Roberts, Ran-
tually work in practice.In without warning in an order issued by dolph, Futch.
the current 16 percent to Fuel Administrator Garfield with the BobbyTaylor

dollar terms, critics of seven percent. But, accordingto approval of President Wilson, Notebook Colored: Starke, New River,
Hopewell Lawtey, Thurston, Hamp
economists the tax prescribing stringent restrictions ,
the plan contend, nearly half some ,
governing the distribution and use of phone: !04M-62HO
the tax savings under the cuts coming at the same timeas Extension S ton.The
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coal. It was decided upon hurriedly by ? school budget,adopted June 18,
Reagan program will go to the the spending rate reduc- the President and Government headsas 1918 for the next 12 months totaled

top ten percent of income tions, would reduce federal a desperate remedy for the fuel 33138.25 for what is now both counties -
A break in the weather will cause a needed. Most of garden soils
our are
at least in the short crisis and the tangle in with$7.2 million in
earners. The President and revenues, transportation lot of activity out in the fields and acid and lime or dolomite and are as compared
his advisers believe that since run, and could trigger even the Eastern States. around the home and garden. Folks needed to correct acidity and supply the current operating budget for
Bradford alone.
these top-drawer earners greater inflation. Certain preferred consumers were will start land preparation for crops, sufficient quantities of calcium and County

already pay 45 percent or exempted from the order including and some will set a date for seeding magnesium. The budgeted items in 1918 were:
Lawrence Klein a Nobel spring vegetables.Most Commercial fertilizer should be us-
more of the income tax, they railroads, households, hospitals Ar-
Prize-winning economist my and Navy cantonments public ed in gardens to supply an abundanceof indebtedness. .8200.00Superintendent's
the most likely to put Outstanding
are ones
be fertilizer
folks will soon buying mineral nutrients to insure production
utilities and
factories .
producing . 1800.00
sums the supply-side salary.
substantial tax gains into sav- up perishable foods. for their gardens, and some of of satisfactory crops of high 750.00
Interest
ings and investments, or in theory this way : "For the questions I have had indicate a quality. Manure is an excellent Insurance.. . . . . 500.00
moder- economists, it's a debate. For need for more information about fer source of organic matter for garden
plant expansions and Per diem and mileage.. . 300.00
nizing to produce more goods government, it's an experi- .Perhaps this article should be takenas tilizers. soils and usually is a good source of Teachers salaries.. ....,-.20.640.00Incidental.
ment. For it's a warning of what could happen in nitrogen and potassium, but is low in ,
us, our fund. .. 1148.25.
I "'
and services. food for :
must have
IJ -V All plants phosphorous. Nutrients from manure .." .; .
,
.. .
futures ,J 1 !iI' 't.u '
: : .
'. ,'growth. Once plants use up the food are more slowly available than in L\
The other 90 percent of tax- Iri --c-- 'stored theaeed;: they must obtainsufficient >uncommercial'"'fertiliseni'k.The*" high ,' oor; ,,', 'r
And for } ...
everyone, apparently ,. .uitTu4littiiliible: !' : '::" .4.-
to : ( amounts from: the soil or'n availability of nutrients; (
according
payers, supply
side it's a big gamble. Mr.Reagan's FORESTRY other medium in which they are grow- nitrogen, in commercial fertilizers is
the low and .
planners, are There is food in most Important in
oft-repeated promise ing. some plant very vegetable growing. To Timber Landou nera
middle
income groups to "get government off IN BRADFORD COUNTY all soils. But most garden soils do not Even when manure is used on the

many of whom are already our backs" find have enough. We must add plant food garden it is desirable to apply a com-
driven to the wall by soaring may someAmericansat in the form of commercial fertilizeror plete commercial fertilizer containing For Restorestutioll

food, fuel, and other prices the bottom of ByMark manures. The fertilizer recom- nitrogen, phosphate and potash.
the heap--yearning to a returnof mended for most garden soils is call- Small to medium timberland
and who Frlsa
are now expected to the belief, once advocatedby ed a mixed fertilizer. It must be plac- Fertilizers are available with a owners are in position to reap the

spend the bulk of their more Abraham Lincoln (or was ed on the soil where plant roots can wide variation in the amount of most benefits from an incentive plan

meager tax savings on the it Thomas Jefferson?) that 'o reach it. Spraying fertilizer on the nitrogen, phosphate and potash. offered by a new law effective Jan.,
products of expanded in- leaves is not suggested except for correcting Most commercial grades show 1981 providing a double reforestationtax
the mission of government is minor element deficiencies. specified amounts of minor elements. break for qualified landowners. -
dustry.
Saving trees can be economicallywise
to do for its people what they Materials applied to the soil to furnish The kind of fertilizer to use on a
for both developers and their
Basically, the theory of cannot do for themselves. clients. plants with nutrient elements, garden soil will depend on the soil Now that wood mankind's oldest

J. except animal manures and other type and the previous treatment of fuel- is enjoying a resurgence as an

That's the thrust: of important organic residues, are called "com- the soil. alternate source of energy more ate,
. brochure now available without cost mercial fertilizers". The nutrient In home gardens where many kindsof tention is being given to reforestationin
Canal Success StoryIt from the Florida Division of Forestry. elements most likely to be needed on vegetables are grown in a small order to insure a(timber supply,

Entitled "Tree Protection for most soils are nitrogen phosphorousand area under intensive culture, it adequate to the needs of the future.

Builders and Developers" the full- potassium. These nutrients are becomes necessary to suggest prac- The WorldWatch Institute in a recent

is ironical that the single came as the result of a color 16 page- pamphlet details for always given in the order in the tices that are widely adapted and will report, has projected) that wood could J
analysis shown on the fertilizer bag. be satisfactory for the crops that have provide one-fifth of the nation's '
issue Ex-President Carter homeowners and builders alike. why
tremendous and prolonged ef- For "6-8-8" is a fertilizer nutrient but will
example, a large requirements, energy needs by the 2000.
the of saving trees can be year 10
believes contributed most to fort by Mr. Carter after three practice containing 6 percent available not be injurious to those with the
profitable, ancjjthe best methods of It
his defeat last November is previous Presidents had triedto doing it. .' nitrogen; 8 percent phosphorous, and lowest needs. It is possible to use too The new federal law provides a double

one that is now being accomplish the same thing 8 percent potassium. much fertilizer and thus circular reforestation tax break for i
Other elements are needed by We have a good garden qualified landowners of Florida and
recognized as perhaps the and failed. Mr. Carter spent It will come as little surprise to 3
but these usually that amounts kinds and .
are present covers waysto other states, with small to medium
homeowners trees make
greatest success of his ad- many hours meeting individually more that valuable can property the Slants soil or are needed only in apply fertilizer for vegetables. Callor timberland owners slated to reap the

ministration, and the one that and collectivelywith cost of a home on a bare; compare lot with one relatively minute quantities. They come by your County Agents' office most benefits from the new incentive 1

may well assure him a plus in U.S. Senators, as did shaded by trees. They can mean up to can be supplied in the fertilizer where for your copy. plan which is a ten percent invest-

history books. other members of his White 20 percent higher appraisal value. A ment tax credit plus a seven-year. '/
single tree add several thousand amortization of the first lO.OOChof >
House staff. In the end the can .
'
The issue, of course, is the dollars to the value if it's particularly Special Exception Granted capitalized reforestation expen-.
then President out--but
so-called "give-away" of the won impressive.What ditures each year.

Panama Canal for which Mr. only narrowly and at great ex- >ir
to his in the If a timber owner spends$10,000 for'i t''
pense popularity folks don't think
about
many
Carter had to bear much
un- For Camp on lOO-South reforestation (site preparation) seedsor ,)
polls. however; are the other benefits of Day
justified criticism from many mature, well-situated trees. They can seedlings, labor, and tools' in-

who had no idea of the com- Another canal victim was cut air conditioning and heating costsin eluding depreciation of equipment used

plex factors involved and Senator Richard Stone who, half by providing shade in the sum- A special exception allowing on the project at which time the work receive in planting or seeding) he would

made no effort to inform like several other senators, mer and wind screen in the winter. development of a day camp in an area progress will be up for automatic taxes otherwise a $1,000 owed credit in against the the of
views be hidden and year
themselves before Unsightly can now zoned rural on SR-100?one review..
attackingthe voted on the basis of what they buffered--an open the investment plus an amortization
noise important con-
mile south of Starke
was granted
treaties.A thought was right rather thanon sideration when development is near deduction of one-fourteenth of $10,000
Tuesday afternoon by the Bradford Michael Cooney who is employedas
($714)) in the
report at the end of the political expediency, and major highways or where residentialand County Baord of Adjustments.The salesman with Janel-Slarling, seventh of $Ioo00 year of($1,428)investment in each; one-of
paid a dear price for their in- commercial areas mix. real estate broker, was recently the
of ,
of six
first-year joint operation succeeding and
years one-
Cooney. was
petitioner. Harry granted rezoning from OR to BP on
the canal ((1980) shows a tegrity.In Strips of native vegetation can help represented by his son;. Michael, who 20,000 square feet of property betweenthe fourteenth of$10,000 in the last year

12-month revenue of $294 trying to analyze ,his prevent potential: pollutants like fer- said he wished to improve the 3'a acre'' canal and the highway for opera- The incentive
applies to
million, compared to only $210 November loss, Mr. Carter tilizers streams. and and pesticides lakes that from border getting your into site and for recreation rental to groups facilities desiring for single picnic tion of a photographic studio in an existing reforestation expenditures qualifying incurred

million in 1979. has concluded that it was the' ''property and on business sites shaded 'day outings./ building. after Dec. 31, 1979. Qualifying timber

Panama Canal treaties that parking areas. are attractive and property is defined as property: held
A top official of the canal 'pleasant to The for production of timber in significant
contributed more than any use. property, on the west side of
authority says, "Our only pro- 100.: was formerly owned by Herb UK 'hoir Present commercial qualities at least one
other factor to his loss of
blem is one of success." The natural appearance of much of Thomas .who canalized a cypress Concert Here Mar :a acre or more) to exclude for exam

Business has been so good, it popularity and started him on Florida 'Jias'changedenormously- pond and did extensive filling along pie shelterbelts for which current -

seems that at times ships the downgrade that ended ,i in because developers clear large tractsof the highway frontage for a proposed The 60-voice University'Choir from deductions are already allowed. and

his defeat. His Panama Canal ,. land and relandscape. them following settlement of ,Seminole Indians of the University of Florida will present ornamental trees.
backed to '
were up waiting get victory apparently 'encourage '",. construction. which he was an honorary member. a concert at BitS Auditorium Tuesday 'For more information about
tax
red
through the famed waterway, Mr. Carter to think he'" The project was never completed and evening. March 3 at'8:00: p.m. breaks for tree
and the canal authority is now ',*4 The greatest dangers to trees on the property was eventually.sold by Their appearance is sponsored by forestry practices growing and other
interested
could win other victories if he lan-
moving to increase its capacity. :.Construction sites are mis-use of Thomas to Cooney. the Bradford High Schol Choral Dept. downers contact
may a
has pushed hard enough, and this'belief 'machinery and equipment excava- ,The choral concert' will include, consultant qualified taxi
High-intensity lighting caused him to try for too tions, chemical poisoning and grade Cooney told the boarf ...at plans for sacred works by Sweelinck, Schein, i tant. or private forestry consul-.
already been installed at the the same changes. Each subject is dealt with in the development had not been finalized Durafle. Manz '.and Jennings, selec-
programs'at
Pacific end of the canal to many the brochure.' but that he intended to provide tions from "Peaceable Kingdom" by
allow an extra hour's travel time, costing him Congress picnic tables, outdoor' cooking Randall Thompson. "Zigeunerleben

time, and similar lighting is sional support. This, in turn, .Caring for damaged trees is also ex- facilities; and rustic shelters on the by Robert Schumann. "Flower "Characters '
diluted Mr. Carter's effec- plained along with tips about former pond site which had.been must be' kept
planned for the Atlantic end. sizable trees-eithcr Songs" by Benjamin Britten,and will bright as. well as clean"
transplanting drained the canals. A wouldbe
by bridge
tiveness in dealing with what conclude with a group of Stephen Lord
New towing locomotives and moving them from one location on the constructed across'the,canal to Foster selections. Admission $2.00. ,1 Chesterfield., .
should have been his numberone
other updated equipment, site to an adjacent one, or replacingtrees provide access to the camp area, he

previously planned for much priority _all along--the that cannot be saved-and plan-

later has economy. ting young trees. said.The

already been placedon board questioned Cooney about ....,....,.,.. : ,MEMIER '.; ,". '
order. Time has proved that ,Mr.,.. 'r. To receive a free copy of the pam- the location of sanitary facilities on "l' ," 'i \ .' I .,
phtet stop by the County Foresters Of- property with such a high-water table 't o4'... ;
Carter and others who'were/ '
The ; m 1"
biggest plus of all, their. .\ celrf the Agriculture Building. and was told that If permits could not nnr p q"o.: 1.\" .1,'
however, comes in the im- willing to vote convictions \ r. be obtained for septic"tanks after the .. ::
: (4ISYAILISHED
provement of U.S. Panama on the Canal treaties, in, dry pond areas had been filled in. the 117t 0 ;

nian relations, which are now spite of the political costs, needed facilities could be located on !.lo"Y

almost frictionless, and the were right in their judgment.It higher ground nearer the highway. 1010.M, 6UON-JOHN M.MIUM, .
is Cooney mentioned the of __ mi 'U'r I :''?1 3$
new treaty for joint operation hard to pay the price of .utilizing portolettes but the boar.otHUi ? .v

{"greatly enhanced the U.S. political ,defeat, even >when. jected: to having these'units "scat-fl
hand in dealing with other you're wrong-=but to pay with tered around" the area. M R I.MEO E AVAILABLE COf>rAne

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'February 26. 1&81 TELEGRAPH Page SATlw

Griffis and Broderick Crawford Married ::


In Kingsley Lake Baptist ChurchMiss SPcdat. rlJeJ- "


t- ta(3. .. ,. .

Ronda Elaine Griffis, t a Roland Stern, Mrs. Dennis Crawfordand ; ''r' ; i ; ,i\'j'l\t a\ ; ,JJ"'h;'
daughter of Mrs. Elaine!!.Griffis of Mrs. Doug Johns i it" ','I, .;i Ii I II \ ,) ," .
Starke-andparl BfoderlcrCra'fordl I VV4 e*rangement of' mixed floiJerdt!) I' I,1, I t ,\ ; 'I. ;:\ :; '
son of Mt.and Mrs! art W:CraWfoV J 'waS placed:! beside the bride's book P f'1. l /\ ,,." ,IJoelI I.' !.' ; : "
of Kingsley Lake were united in mar- where the bride's cousin, Miss Kay c..dI'/or, r
riage Fridal" Jan 30, at 6:30 p.m. at. r Crosby, greeted the guests. Miss Joy !lry1 e"'J t e
"
ake Baptist'Church, /f t't t snI Vellenga and Miss Kim Griffis"aiso' 96476/f
Kingsley Lake. Miss Griff is la also| the'daughterof I I II '. cousins of the bride passed out birdseed -''

; the.late, Ronald l J M.IGrUR -:: : I : in place of traditional rice bags.
w.' The, wedding was directed by Mrs.
v. ''Michael Anderson of kings/) /' : : Warren Ebling of ,Kingsley' Lake.
Lake" ''officiated at' the double- 'ing : 'r a., < c Mrs, Phil Vellenga, aunt of the bride,
ceremony before'an arch'candelabra.: directed the reception.. World Day of Prayer Mar. 6, Presbyterian ChurchThe

At each Out-of-town guests were'Mr. and # .
two
were
'side.L' spiral; I Ij World bay of Prayer will be Episcopal Church and St. Edward's
candelabras with baskets) of wads lIti Mrs Herschel Blount, Tallahassee,
carnations, snapdragons daisies,; I : Mrn and .Mrs. Lane M. Goodson, i held Friday, March 6 at 11:00: a.m. at Catholic Church of Starke. The program
pom-poms ,and baby's !breath in Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carr the Presbyterian Church of Starke was written by American In-
shades of burgundy, pink and white. A and children, Lakeland, Miss Renee followed with a covered dish lundian women.
Conrad Lakeland Mrs. Hazel cheon. The public is invited to attend and
white
single candle burned in each ,
window' ,) Reeves. Live Oak, and Mrs. Amelia The women taking part on the prothere will be a nursery provided fort
rendered Crawford Gainesville. gram are from the First Christian pre-school children. '
Wedding music'was by'MrsJ i
j George Canova. Mr. and Mrs. ''t 1 1 r fu I -A'a.ehearsal dinner, given by the i ii Church Presbyterian Church First '

Bill McRae. joined' In singing( two, I groom's parents, was held at the ,I Un. Methodist 'Church, St. Mark'sSchedule Junior Woman's Club
duets. Western Steer in Starke. '
,
Given'' In'' marriage by her brother: r ,r ,4. The 'bride"and groom are both : Sponsor Dance i
Steie' Griffis, the bride wore a white 'J graduates of Bradford High School. Change; The Junior Woman's Club sponsored -
qiana gown with empire waist-line ".j. 1\ II', attended Santa Fe Community St. Edward's Catholic a Valentine's dance Friday,
and trimmed with silk Venice l lace. 1 College and is presently employed at i Church February 14, from 7:30: to 9:30 p.m.,
Tiny embroidered tlgwers'adorned Camp Blanding. He is a graduate of .j. for the classes of Sunshine Acres and
the round'sheer,'yoke and accentedthe ,. ''St. Johns River Community College .1' Saturday Vigil Mass 6 p.m.; SunVolunteers of American Home on 301
high neckline. Appliques of Venice ., ,' and Is employed. at Owens-Illinois. in, day Masses and 10 a.m.; Tuesday The Valentine theme was carried
w .
daisy flowers flowed down the front of : ., Lake Butler. ';it Wednesday and Thursday Masses out in the club house where the party
the gown which also had long tapered . Following wedding trip to Green, .j '-! ', 8:30: a.m.; Confessions Saturday, 5. was held.
sleeves. The elbow length veil had ap- '. -' -= vile North Carolina, the couple is. 5:45: p.m., and on request. Religion Approximately 50 adults gathered
pliques of venice daisy flowers and residing at Route 1, Box 650, Mrs. O.L. llaynes. Sr. Classes Pre-school thru 6th grades for Disco dancing during the party
was attached to a venice lace head' Mr. and Mrs Broderick Crawford (Kingsley Lake), Starke. Sunday, 8:45: to 9:45: a.m.; 7th thru hours. Refreshments were served in
piece that matched the gown. The 12th grades Sunday 6:30: p.m.; Adult the Sunroom
bride carried a bouquet of red and Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Sr. Inquiry Class, Thursday, 7:30 to 8:30: Hostesses were Joan Hall and

white roses with baby's breath. white overlay cloths. Thebride's B-lf ,Retired Teachers Celebrates 90th pm. JoAnn Agin
The maid of honor was Mrs. Glen army-navy On"Grow'A
Parker. Bridal attendants were Gail table was centered-with a Have.Program' Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Sr. celebratedher
Crawford, sister of the and three-tiered wedding cake, featuringa Row""Grow 90th birthday Wednesday afternoon
groom miniature bride and groom on top. Feb. 18, at a "coffee" by / 'if'tlt;; .
Mrs. given
Wayne They wore floor of
Wynn. a Row" was the topic the
length burgundy velvet skirts with The cake was decorated. with talk given by Logan Fink, Union her daughter Mrs. J.A. Scanlan and Oil 4p \r.'
miniature red hearts i cupids and daughter-in-law, Mrs. O.L. ftn n IVtRSft R ('l \.Ot/ll,
matching vests over white blouses lovebirds. the cake County Extension Director, at the Martin : ; ,
Encircling .
was a
rosebuds trimmed with and ties.baby's They breath carried with red ring of greenery with burgundy, pink business-luncheon meeting of the Jr Street.at the home of the latter on (".''"'f' ;(.-'h..

streamers. and white flowers. Mrs. Jack Griffis Bradford-Union Retired Teachers The hostesses greeted the guests at 1.\'
and Mrs. Lane Goodson aunts the Association at the Methodist Churchin ro
of.
the door and them to the
presented
Earl Crawford, father of th -groomj> <'I' bride cut and served the cake. Lake Butler on Thursday, Feb. 19. honoree.
served as best'man. Ushers' were Red Mr. Fink discussed how to
punch was served from two preparefor
Randall Crawford and Douglas crystal punch bowls encircled with and cultivate a family garden. A Highlighting points of interest in the Ladles & Girls I
Crawford brothers of the home were arrangements of pink Sfllf
groom.A greenery. Presiding at the punch question and answer session followed. camellias and oth flowers. DRESSESReduced
reception was held in the Church bowls were Mrs. Richard Crosby and "Grow a Row' pamphlets on The tale
refreshment
Fellowship Hall, immediately follow Mrs. vegetables suitable for grQwing in was covered i
Hugh Crosby, aunts of the bride, with an Imported white cutwork cloth & Reg.Children's
ing the ceremony. The tables were Miss Cindy Bunnell and Mrs. Grayson small gardens were given to the and
centered with an arrangement of
covered with burgundy flounces with Cnson. Floor members. Wear I'
hostesses' were Mrs. I
yellow, pink and white mums, daisies
Miss Kathryne Epperson, presi-
dent business and rosebuds in a crystal bowl. Mrs.
the f
presided over
Star Lou Struth and Mrs. J.W. Ritch 30 I II
Eastern meeting. Plans will be made at the % OFF
in Starke for fun presided at the silver coffee and spiced
Supper Feb. 28 March meeting a tripin
April and a Telephone Assurance tea services. Assisting were Mrs. I Large Selection
Starke Chapter, 224, Order of the Committee. J R. Wainwright and Mrs. George
Eastern Star,will have a covered dish A covered dish lunch was served at Miller. D II II 0 D II 00000 D DOli D D II .: All Departments

supper, Saturday, Feb. 28, at 7 p.m. in 12:00: in the dining room of the church Among the approximately 50 atten-
the Masonic Hall. amid beautiful Valentine arrangements ding was Mrs. Haynes, Sr. grand- Few Children's & Ladles' SummerCOATS
All Masons and their families are of red hearts and lovely daughter, Mrs. Joseph Severo of Merchandise
invited to attend. red camellias. Sterling, Va.Jason' .

Reduced To Reduced Up To
M Up t t't'
The John Samons Weeks U.D.C.

Host RehearsalDir1l'1 March 4 14 75 % .

11..1.t"'l1lllrl QII..I'...,...." .." To Meet' ."..... .. .1 i," Bryanthjjirthday OFF "
i r'nt' 9taullk/li w"I.d 870feMr.ppp'b "sn i W.T..Weeks.chapter. ,,U.P.C.S' whim wl''Celeb' q-E1 .... .Lintited.Tiwe, Only. /0 +
,
srrJohndat49sreroror Asr.'t '''lJleet Wadfietfdayr MartW, .*.pinnfw ;; trI-. rr .
/ rhosts.at.a- v UBnennpa
Feb. 19 at the Western Steer co-hostesses Mrs. Gladys Weldon and 20
night, Bryant, youngest son of Mr. % OFF
tt. Steak House for their son, John, and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. and Mrs. Roy E.. Bryant of SR16E, Register for up to $30.00( to be
fiancee Janna Starling following thecouple's celebrated his fourth birthday Fri HANDBAGS
Wj I I. given away. Drawing to be
rehearsal.The .
wedding Feb. 13 at
day night, a family party. 1
23 guests were seated at a long The buffet dining table was Reduced & Reg. Priced j Saturday 3:00: p.m.
table Patricia Griffis You Do nut huve to be prtwnl to um
centered with
a potted plant centered with a heart shaped birth
.... vhich was given to the couple after Edwin M. Akridge day cake decorated in red and whiteto

Myrtice Harmon he( The dinner young couple. presented gifts to Wed Feb. 14 carry out the Valentine theme.
Isaiah Jenkins Sandwiches and snacks were served. U3 WO @OO@P@III !
their attendants soloists and accompanist Mr. and Mrs. Earl V. Griffis an Enjoying the occasion were 15

Myrtice Harmon, during the dinner. nounce the marriage of their members of the,family. .
Isaiah JenkinsTo daughter, Patricia, to Edwin M. lllibn' W.Call St..Starke !Hi I-HH IoJ
...
'Did you know. Akrfdge, son'of Dick Akridge, all of

Wed.March, ,14 Starke.
Mrs. John Griffin attended the The marriage took place Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Curtis Harmon of funeral of Mrs. Robert Griffin in Feb. 14, at Jacksonville Beach. I : : "
I ,
Starke announce the engagement and ,Ochlochnee, Ga., on Monday. :
approachiAg'''''marriage of their'

Lewis daughter"iMyrticeV7to Jenkins! son. of'Mr.Pvt.2 and. Isaiah Mrs.. IlKlflIntroducing:: :" :
Paul Jenkhla ef'L avvteyic' Ib 1 .

The graduates"6f betrothed Bradford'couple are High both School.'1979 /N6t&: \\\D\ 1\Mti-CIA\ ,,

Jenkins is stationed with'the U.S.'Army -'

in Fort Stewart, Ga. ,
The wedding is planned for March 1htt Forfu
14 at 4:30: p:m.: at the home of the VEGETABLE net.
f i|I'' .
groom. ,
All friends'and relatives are invitedto .... ANNUAL. PLANTS
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attend., ,, '.v, -* .';. Big Selection Favorite VarictlnTrdyofo 1'kv
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Mrs.- Larry'Youngblood l Only 'UO" I II : ...

Stork;S tq( w er. ,Honpree; '*-' \ ."I 'i ." llf; :" "

Mrs. Larry Youngblood and baby Save Now on bare-Root t. Gdlg4.r1{ s.,> ) "'
daughter.. Melanie were honored at a Packaged / Jj. !, ,. ,' e FORTUNa FEDERRL 153"ui
stork shower Tuesday night, Feb.. 10 Fruit; flijtxShade 'i.l7q; i .......... ... .. '
[Trees I
,
UII ,
at the home of Mrs. Wayne Blanket.' ; '\ s f 1 ,'Jrfl I '. ,. \ ,8,5j 1
in Conerly Estates. "7j: .
ship ''f Mr
Hostesses,with Mrs. JBlankenshlp f ..... -/- __ .' J $ __._ were Mrs. Mark Moody, Mrs., Rick j% Your Choice '1.,h' .

Crane, Mrs. Edward Crawford. ,Mrs. m 4*" ,.; .; I 95 {I :. ( -" .' ....
Owen Alvarez, Jr., 'Mrs. 'James' yffljf eiomptaiR.9.V"! NOVftComposted '

Davis, Sr., Mrs. Frank Durrance and __ 'i /J a .<<.. at'"
Mrs. Leon Luther. --
The Valentine-theme was carriedout I r 7tith

in the decorations., a
refreshment' table' 'was 1 ff\\
The
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centered with a beautiful two-layered ; : I ,
cake with the words Cow'INanuretot, ,. '
Valentine shaped ..
: .
"Welcome Melanie" inscribed on the 1.1.1 -AnQlysls' "'/ ..hr,,.: : ,I ':'The Original, ICentIPedecrassseea" ; inftmt.
top. On the table was also a red heart'centerpiece. "" '
"' I All Organic 4535 HERE NOW

Approximately'' 25 ';guests"enjoyed'.'. ',; 40# Bap But.the,supply Is Limited.
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the occasion. '.-J 1/.1) ,
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Fortune
Federgl
experience
'I ROTOHOE TILLERS'CQmpare' Federal now offers ,
r. ; now has over one billlott
Patricia Christine!McCleriagrun, ," ', ',. /I;, ,,,: :: .Trust.Roto Hoe for duality ,5.1/4inreresrcompound.you checking rhor pays dollars ,in assets and is one
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David and Chris 'McCle iti n'bf;;, ;7, .Price --I' .' Iv ; 1, I IIiII t" 6 H.p. -4 Forward Speeds'You'll ;funds in your checking ," / in:,variety rhe country of We offer plans p

Starke announce-' :the "birth;.of: a.: ,1 :i I, : I films Reversal r independent) Wheel. ,occouor hove to Sir idle and the savings professional

daughter, "Patricia Christine, born 'li't .;x08 "'J 4'E' ;&,;TH,,Action, ", '!'costing you money Now; moa d complete
Feb. 6 in Pureal Medical Clinic, I'o: : / : U' your checking will earn avaiK-. .
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David Russell, age two years. Federal. a This revolution1v
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Gainesville. ':>> Ef r '\ :Sii n'AL '
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Goodleltsville. Tenn., wterAalasil.: M 111 NU 1 41 D a 5745, ,I;rl, ''C4.L.lI : I .Ii. j II l I
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r I Mr. and'Mrs. Lewis Everett or; Scripture

r".Jllal. .... I''Savannah, Ga and Mr. and Mrs. Sing at Theressa's
r, IT, "" \i't ) *" Charles Jones of Atlanta were-
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Mrs. R 'ttreM iis-1idd Mr. and1 r-, It I -I l weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Annual Fish FryThe

Mr.. ,JipnmvrClernons! ( and children ., SCRIPTURES Quartet from
.Caryer.
SUrida ith Mr. and Mrs. Jim- Mrs Arthur*,\VInkler and Mrs.
spefct \ i Palatka will be the maIn feature at
my New r.aa jKeysUme, Heights. Michael Gilhooly visited Mrs. Beverly at Theressa
p.'t 1')'HJ Alton Lawson returned Saturday the Annual Fish Fry
Tyrrell at the NAS Hopsital on Sun- in North Florida Feb. 28 sponsored by
after three weeks Saturday night, ,
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tilt a'nfj itfra, IJ;,!*, Cooper attended day. ... ..Regional Hospital where he had the Theressa Volunteer Fire Dept.
funeral I
the of.cousin: Mrs. Mary I' Fish will begin at 5:30:
The fry p.m.
Cannon\ in.Dewberry on Sunday afternoon ., Mrs. W.tl. 'Thomson attended the I surgery.. with singing starting at 6:00 p.m.
4.M 4. I lt4lf which' they attended a bir- .funeral of Rev; N.W. Vause In Mon- Mrs. Raleigh Brannen of Bedford Donations of$2.50 for adults,and$1.75
1' thday dinndr for Mrs. Jean Cooper in ticello on Saturday. She spent Satur-
1i underwent Tuesdayin under 12 of
Lake eye surgery for children years age.
In Tallahassee
Trenton given t by herlIaughter.; 'Mrs. day to Monday visitingher Alachua General Hospital. Meals will consist of a generous por-
Alex Perryrpan.Mrs. ; son and family. Mr. and Mrs.
tion of fried fish, hush puppies, baked
niii Fred Thomson. Mr., and Mrs. Bill Edwards of beans,grits,cole slaw and a choice of
+ ; lp IheJcna,Yongue, Mrs Fair I Kingsley Lake had a family dinner iced tea or coffee.Desserts will be ex-
Greet! adMre.Elva|) ,; Green of The February birthdays of Mrs: Al the birthdays of available. Ticketsare
fielj',were-. :,Wednesday of last ,week Coston, Mrs..W.H. Thomson and Jim Mrs.Sunday Lila celebrating Rae Yawn Mrs. Ellen Edwards tra with available takeouts from department
visitors of Mrs. Lila aldwell. Womack were celebrated Wednesdaynight
and Terry Yawn. members or at the door. A gas grill
dinner the
,Feb. 18,at a party at
CTC;>,'anci. Mrs J''. 'Edward M. Ferry home of Mr and Mrs. GeorgeCOpland. Park will be given away as a door prize.
Shaw of annual event andis
Lamar Orange is
Mrs. The fish fry an
and two t children of Naples, Italy arrived : Guests included Mrs. John
visitor of Mrs. for the
was Sunday evening a fund raising project purpose -
1a ; Wednesday; for a visit with her Griffin Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs.
t pare ts';, fL and Mrs, AI Kay Carli- Womack and sons, Bill and Brad,and F.J. Shaw. the equipment of maintenance of the costs Volunteer and gas. Fire for
sle. Mr. Coston.
.f.t..I.I.I.IJt: : ;.w ':m1'l'Jlrf '_,,,,-,,-- 1O! t51f11N1J1J1: .Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and the Department.
f Miss Lillian Stump attended!
o retirement of Don McGinnis ex-
l lt' ild! M t i t ecutive secretary of Suwannee I u< I
Presbytery Sunday at Riverside v

ti 1 "ln'' 3 3r Presbyterian Church. The U.S.has about 1,250.000

t' PI PIi newspaper carriers accord-
Mrs. Joseph Severo and two
ing to the American
children of Sterling Va., spent last Newspaper Publishers
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week with her parents,
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Married Jan. 31 in Keystone HeightsIn CHUBBY and WISE ..,


a 4 p.m. candlelight wedding A series of wedding songs was pro- HIS FIDDLE
ceremony Saturday Jan 31, Suzanne vided by Beth Patray and Ashley T
Gassett and John D. Baldwin III were Dekle accompanied by Mrs Jeanette i :
united in holy matrimony.The Overmoyer on the organ and Mrs. Saturday February 28th Tison AuditoriumLake
wedding took place in the Carolyn Clark on the piano.
Friendship Bible Church in Keystone The bride given in marriage by her City, Florida 8:00 a.m.12:00 a.m.
Heights with the Rev. Richard father, appeared in a white wedding
Hoover olnciating gown with an empire waist and Queen
Tin bride I is the daughter of Mr.and Anne neckline. The bodice of the ALSO PRESENTINGJim
gown sheer lace sleeves and three.tiered v
Mrs 'lames H Gassett of Keystone L-
Height.- Chantilly lace bordered skirt ,, ,, Fee & Big Timber Bluegrass
i: Thi' bridegroom is the son of Mr. and train were accented with seed . .tw ._ _
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and Mrs John D Baldwin Jr. of. pearls. 1981 Sweethearts (Former Band of the Late Chubby Anthony)
She wore a fingertip veil with mat
Gainer 'ille.
S Th. %(church altar was decoratedwith ching Chantilly lace border attachedto Skip Johns & The Travelers
a flowered appliqued headpiece.Her Troy Moore Jr. Elizabeth Ashley Flynn
<> :silver candelabra entwined Come For
Early The Best Seats
.. with ,>r ; with two large baskets of white carnation tiny white silk rosebuds, burgundy Little Mr. and Miss Sweetheart 1981 Admission: Adults $5.00 Children under 12 $2.00
*. gladiolas and large pink roses. rosebuds and green i ivy. ,

:::1 a Serving. as Matron of Honor was thISbride's. ; :' Ashley.JrlyllJl....grand .. .... .......... (..... ... J
sister Adrianne Derunark;;."n :lihx4et ; r-. w T-----r: .... --=- ow .. ___ _
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1f #IteJ""tlrld' 1ot1'n M
adiliiy Mtge
who wore a Quiana feattir "
gray gown
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Die) ing a V-neckline and cascade ruf/felTY" ,9tdy1111ta'k rl'f.! lvO 't Irbrk1TF99er1fttlb J : =
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bodice with long set-in sleeves :
Dr and Mrs!l"" Bruce D. tvey and She carried a bouquet of silk carna Miss Evans County Sweetheart ',
3: children Gordan and Allison former tions. pageant recently in Claxton, Ga. rE-joYs
residi 'lit::, of Kmgsley;\ Lake are moving OF"i.
Bridesmaids Briar Patray, cousinof 26 "Little Sweethearts"' competedfor i.
-TTI Fort Lauderdale to the bride, Bebe Baldwin, sister of the title with Troy A. Moore, Jr.,
i Ueesburg Dr Ivey has accepted the the groom Jeannie Wilfley, B.J winning the Little Mr. title. Troy and
J position. is Director of Finance at Strickland, Sharon Maxwell and Elizabeth will reign until the 1982 '
Laki Sumtep Community College Dana Button were attired in gowns pageant is conducted, sponsored by
i Mri j is the daughter Mr and identical to the Matron of Honor's in the Claxton Jaycettes.
: Mricont: l,cuss of Kingsley Lake. shades of Elizabeth is the PHONEOWNERSHIP.
burgundy. They each car 2',4! years old
;'" ried bouquets of silk carnations. daughter of John and Beth b lynn and
i Mi >livcIl>d.'rof(Gainesville Two-and-a-half year old Tiffany also grandtlaiKmter of the Rev and
Mi ,'id Mrs John Hee\'es of Braden- Myrick was the flower girl.scatteringrose Mrs UC Befcfttf'of CU} Jl.tgQ..Ga. I
ton \iic Saturday visitors of Mrs.J. petals before the bride down the Troy is thttlwnftyWr:: 'old lon of Mr There's nothing like owning your own. No orator telephone can give interior dec-
.b Wilson.uh church aisle. She wore a floor length and Mrs. Troy Mcio> *Jtttti/ans/ Coun- any
white gown trimmed in burgundy rib- ty, Ga. matter what it is.It's better to own it Con- orator As a gift, there a lot to be said for 1\

: and Mrs\ Dave Luke of bons complemented by a nosegay at :Ftr.{f r!.. w ,>\ sider the many benefits of owning your own givin&the perfect: receiver.telephone W'

Ga da',I i I"" .r<.the ilkgave February a family birthdays dinner of Sun-her the The waist bridegroom's'twin of the three-tiered skirt.brother, D'' r TlO.J.z.; i: _...... Continental telephone.When you purchasea from Continental It's something someonewill

two. ,rs. Mrs Henry Michael Baldwin,served as best man. telephone from us, you own the entire always use, because no matterwhere'
Stei.melli and Mrs. Russell Normanof Ushering were Kim Simpson, John.D. News toruietl1eshtentsheard telephone, lock stock and barrel and that you move-you can take your phone With
;itarke; and their daughter Sharra Baldwin father of the groom Rob ,, reduced bills.there's
Luke two years old. Also attendingwere Baldwin, brother of the groom, Brian from Mrs. Betty Crawford means monthly phone .Then. you So stop by your loail l phone fairor ,
Mr and Mrs. Robert Stefanelli Gassett brother of the bride. Dr. Bill Wells of GuR8rerl11 Starke also the added convenience and pn- business once today. And experience the

of G.llJ1CSVllh'lr: Stefanelli and Mr. Cooper cousin of the groom and Chad resident, th ttlet Steve Crawfordof vacy you get from another extension. And joys only ownership can bring. 100
McClenathen.A married Dec. 31 to
Norman Pensacola was ,
reception followed the ceremony Mary Ann Thorpof Pensacola and there s no limit to the options a colorful dec- Continental fetepnoneCorporation(@} I

MI, and IIr.J! c. Pipkin of Bonifay in the Fellowship Hall of the church they are residing in Pensacola where

wert'ekeivi guests of their son-in- where guests were greeted by the Steve is employed] wi Bradford- .... .,., .......... ......
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bridal of '
and their Steve High
lau .11..1 1 | daughter, Mr and Mrs. MacBaMum. couple parents. a gradifare: .. \ '
The white three-tiered wedding School was'a photograBher for the
cake with a water fountain was Telegraph duriri&Me schoM years.
MrPatti frick and Shaun decorated with pink roses and JIMQft l!
sons Word has.. n'; se'v d
featured a pair of lovebirds the jtMark
and Ryan of Pensacola spent the on up- bi" | t. In t. i iW ix
Crawford cAokerVjHe l Tenn.,
we" iid with her parents Mr. and permost tier. ;
Mr. ( cut hitehcadf The groom's cake was two tiered, former Starke resident,*is-attending
chocolate and octagon shaped. Tennessee Tychstydirtg J engineering ?WNUICgiN4Wrl
and made the Ue&o's$ the last
list for
irlion Faulk and Dr Gray Flynn Cutting the cake was Suzanne
visited Keith Carter at FSU over the Traylor and Donna Brewer quarter. Mark a Iso'fliesl'Ieicopter: /
weekend Suzanne Traylor kept the bride's for the NationalGrfjuUtt>>his a wife,
book. Becky. ,K>H '*"
Misses Jean Mundy and Sharon Sof- Mrs. Camille Whitaker and Mrs. JtrJ.ili.;; Weils e.
Mr and of Gult
Donna Brewer, cousins of the bride
ford of Tallahassee spent the weekend ,
Breeze here F'riday"arid Saturday
were "
Susie
Carey. Stephanie Baldwin
at the Mundy cottage at Kingsley
Suzanne Traylor and Robin Chapman after drivin her 'fJ\h\* her father ms
Lake assisted in serving punch and cake. Barney McRae,who has been their

Mrs. II !M Richarde returned Sun Alter a wedding trip to Sugar Moun- guest since. beforeChristmas.:J.J
day after night days visit with friends tain, North Carolina the couple will t. .. .:
and relatives in Fort Lauderdale and reside in Gainesville.Miss .
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Gassett is 1977 of ,
Light House:' Point a graduate
Keystone Heights High School and Mr.and Mrs Randajl Chism visited g f
graduated from Santa Fe Mrs Nonry Hunter in Jacksonville on fi
Don Joiner of Augusta, Ga., is Community "
visiting his sister Mrs. L.D. Vining. College in 1980. I ff i
The bridegroom graduated from .M11?
rooK Gossett of f
Mrs Harry Hatcher Jr., has Buchtiolz: High School in Gainesville
returned from a weeks visit in Atlanta in 1973 and attended the University of. Mobile, Ala.....were visiting her ,
brother lafid sis4erh ,law Mr.,.and
Florida. ,;
with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Barton,
who broke her hip recently.Mr The bride is employed as a legal Mrs. L.C. Ea ursdaytoSunday.
secretary with Scruggs and Cat- ,..<, >"# Id.il'l.: > .
and Mrs. Charlie Wiggins and michael Law Firm in Gainesville.. Mrs Marcia Welch and children of ,f
Mr. Baldwin Is a real estate broker Savannah Ga. were weekend guestsof
Mrs lid Gonrnlas of Stockton Ga.,
,14 x K.
were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. with John D. Baldwin Jr. Real Estate: ; HayneapJirXrfioi.s&P'jwrtnMXDlvand; ; ; ... Mrs. O L,. t

L.D Vinirg; in Gainesville t,!A..J ----y..irl

Mrs. Flossie Prescott was in Inverness ; '
: Thursday to Monday visiting Dr., Lounette'E'ator gJ*:
her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and r*** ) ** ?'i ;, J t.
Mrs Lester Bedell.. Dr C (
> Wayne lri jjflg, Tig

Seven members of the Methodist
Women's.) Sunday School Class Keystone ChiroSmclrb: C/mic/ j jf +

celebrated Kay McKinley's birthday f 1 ,rte
Tuesday night at the. Red Lobster in ; ';. : 4 .
Gainesville.Mr. At Stitl Nort .
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and Mrs: OG. Strayhorn of Keystone Sl\. \ 1M1.e' Q '". 4
Wildwood and Nell Hazen of "v ; 4 r..I( nW .-.
Gainesville were last Thursday prp 1 It rw +
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. ,l : Ur .t"--:1: .!
% I. ,fours, ; 9.a1m_. J1.rl! y .t'

Mrs. Jean Ilamniond of Winter Mon. 'Tues.ted., ( .,&-&* ..*oH.M,H r
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Haven was weekend guest of Mr. and I .." x-111. ; '...-:
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Mrs. Douglas Hardy. 'a.rn't.p' .m,' : 14ts.dA" ,tot: Jnt. .


Mrs.Mr.Harry and Mrs.DuPre J1L to DuPre Live Oak visited last j Modern .X-Hay. Pp !< "" : #CTM003IW1StiEAREDi I

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1"". .'" j. ri' .1 ;'. .: ... ... ..' ,.;. H.. '.. '. ..- Community News ..: Lowell I. Parrish Resigns 5

I Funeral N tlcel'i Funeral 'servicefor -
Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.: Sunday
Mrs. Anna Green Randolph.(call- '. I ..{'I by Elizabeth G.Walker School, 10 a.m., Morning Wor-
ed by the name of Annie) a long time I i I phone M4-4W83 ship, 11 a.m.. Communion. 4-H Coordinator PostLowell
resident of .
Starker who died after a I II I All officers and members will at-
long illness 21 at her home
February
tend the District Conference in Parrish Bradford and The ,according to Parrish,
on North Street,. Saturday February program
28, 1981, at Greater Allen i Chapel Lawtey, March 5-7. Union County 4-H coordinator, has will be patterned after gardens in the
1.! '
y rtt Mt. Morlah United Methodist Sun-
A.M.E. Church, I p.m.with Reverend + : resigned effective March 5 to accept a northeastern states.
W.H. Zanders; officiating.. Haile M ',<'tI fI'i day School,.9:30: a.m., Morning Wore position with the Florida Departmentof Parrish explained he will work with I.
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Funeral Director was in charge of ar- 'PIO; I ship a.m.Pleasant Agriculture (DOA) in Tallahassee. individuals, church groups, senior
rangements., ,. Grove United Methodist: Parrish will become a community citizens and other groups.
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Church Actlvites: M H'I Sunday School 10 a.m., Communion gardening specialist with the DOA. H* was hired in December 1974 as
West Jacksonville District Conference Service, 3 p.m. Parrish explained last year the 4-H coordinator: for Bradford, Union

will be held at. Mt.. Zion. ,. ,.,, t The Victory Temple Church of God: Legislature authorized use of state and Baker Counties. Several years t
The members cordially welcome you owned lands to grow individual ago Baker dropped out of the program

A.M.E.. ,Church in Lawtey, Fla., .. .f' to their worship service each Satur- gardens in six counties in the state. and the 4-H groups in Bradfordand U
"'-oW "'- r ';.QW ,__ March 5-7.. >March 5 is, Layman's I I''!I1t.... day at 12 noon. Parrish listed the six counties as Union Counties came under his ,

The Love night. All laymen are asked to please .. Greater Bethlehem' Free Will Bap- Duval Orange, Pinellas, Dade, thumb.He .
Family attend to make this activity a success. tist: Tuesday at 730 p.m. Prayer Broward, and Palm Beach. and his; wife Jane, and three-
Singers of Heart We play a very important part in the ,I.I I. Meeting, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., He explained he has been hired to year-old daughter, Carol, live in the
and Lee's Circles will meet at
McKay coordinate the section of Starke.
District Conference, and the church. program. Saratoga Heights
Rev. Don Love To 1S .I:} 'r Nancy Bradshaw. Blye's circle will Conner is real another additionto
the
The United Voices of Choir Federa- I "Doyle high on They are expecting
) meet at Johnnie Cuftee's. Thursdayat which he feels is in June. He plans to f
Speak At Full GospelBusinessmen's lion: There will be a Black History program excellentuse the family
7:30: p.m., Story Hour, Friday at in
program presented at Mt. Pisgah "t'.i.I.; of the land, Parrish said. move the family to Tallahassee
Meeting t 55 6:30: p.m. Junior Rehearsal. Junior He feels the program will eventually June after the house is sold and the
Rev. Don Love Methodist A.M.E. Church by the United Voicesof 'I S Ushers will sell pictures. Saturday at I be expanded to Include all 67 counties Baby Is born.
minister a Choirs Federation, February 27 at _. .- 12 noon dinners will be sold. Sunday in the state.
from Lawtey, will be the 7:30: p.m. The public is Invited. Sun- 9:30: a.m. Sunday School. 11 a.m. Mor-
speaker of the Full Gospel.Businessmen's day School at 10 a.m. Communion Janice Davie Weldon ning Worship, 6 p.m. Evening Worship Pine Level Baptist ServicemenJohn
meeting, Saturday, Service 11 .
Feb. 28, at the Western Steer Family New Bethel a.m.Bapdst"ChurchPrayerMeeting Army News:5 Janice Davis Weldon, Church CollingsworthJohn
Steak House in Starke, beginning at The daughter of Rev and Mrs. Leroy
each Wednesday 7
6:30 with the dinner and p.m. Collingsworth, son of Mr. and
: the speakingat Davis 831 Florida Street,was home a N.
pastor and congregation will worshipat Radio Broadcast (WPXE) Mrs.
7:30.: few days visiting her parents and Sunday: W.S. Collingsworth of Rt. 4,
Philadelphia Baptist Church in 8:35 a.m. Sunday School 10:00: a.m. Starke has
Rev. Love will be speaking in con- friends.PFC Weldon graduated from ; ; been assigned as a
Lawtey, Fla, Friday Feb rr, at 7:30 Morning Worship 11:00: a.m. Adult Grenadier
junction with the singing ministry of Truck Driving school Fort Dix New ; of the 2nd Platoon Com
his talented family, known as the p.m. Sunday services will be con Jersey' She will be leaving for Choir Rehearsal 5:30 p.m.; Training pany B, the "Bravo Bears".
"Singers of Heart". ducted by the youth of the church Frankfort. Germany, and will be Y. Time 6:3O: p.m.; Evening Worship The United States continues the occupation -
Don and his wife Ann, who is a beginning with Sunday School at 10 there for 18 months. 7:00 p.m. of Berlin which began
school Wednesday: MidWeek Service 7:30: following WWII. Today, however, our
teacher, combine their varied a.m., Morning Worship 11 a.m. This
interests/talents to work mainly with will terminate services for the day. p.m.; Adult Choir Rehearsal 8:30: status has evolved into that of a protecting

children. This became American Legion All power. Geographically, they
Meeting
a great concern : p.m.Thursday
of theirs after working with American Legion members are askedto Basketball: There will be two semipro You may be able to unstick : Soulwinning Visitation are located 110 miles inside the "Iron
"street kids" in Central.Florida. They meet Tuesday, March 3 in the an- basketball games played at the stuck-together postage 7:15 p.m. Curtain", actually closer to Poland
have strong convictions about the nex of the New Bethel Church at 7pm. R.J.E. Gymnasium, Saturday night. stamps if you freeze them Saturday: Bus Workers' Meeting than to the Federal Republic of Ger ,1
Action starts at 7:30: 9:00 a.m. Bus Visitation 9:30. .
merits of Christian Education.. This p.m. first. : ; : many.WE'RE ,
was prompted heavily by their Ebenezer Baptist Church: Each
travels through the Eastern section of Thursday 6:30: p.m., Bible Class and
the, U.S. and parts of Canada while Prayer Meeting. Friday Feb. 27,
observing the f'run-a-way" syndromethat Abeline Baptist Church Putnam Hall, FIGHTING
heavily plagued our teenagers in .Rev. W.C. Robinson will conduct ser-
vice on behalf of the 13th
the 70's. pastor's anniversary -
Don and Ann both are ortginalfy Sunday School 9:30.: Morn-
from the Ozark Hills section, with Ing Worship at 11 a.m. Rev. W.L. BACK AT THE
Don from the Missouri section and Davis will preach. Dinner will be
Ann from the Arkansas section. They served at 1 p.m. in the church annex.
feel themselves to be totally Floridians Service at 3 p.m., Rev. C.W. Wright
now. and congregation, New Mt. Zion MEAT COUNTER !

The meeting is open to the public.An A.M.E. Church, Lake City; will con
duct service. .
Church of God In Christ: Tuesday Bible Count on us for Cl.S.D.A. Choice Beef.
Band. 7 p.m.,Friday 7:30: Pastoral

Teaching. Sunday School 9:30. Morn- You can't buy better so why: pay more. ,
ing Worship 11 a.m. with Elder Hue
Anderson presiding. 5:30: YPWW 7
p.m. Evening Service.
March 8, 1981 Professer Barge and
the Barge Specials will present a program
at the Church of God
in Christ 8
old word for a gloomyor

introverted person is p.m.Hampton U.hs| *''** H'V.-t's BACON
y a "sad apple." "
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1 x. .. :yDoloresMeng._ .. ....,..Angela-and'leyce'MeT>glneif"< __ __
.. j 1 J 11 phone 4S8-1B1S TaW+MapIM w family members for the fun.
-t.F/ Bill and Randy Scoggins had a good

,, Bookmobile catch of speckled perch: so they all BEEF CHUCK FARMLAND BONELESS
Every Tuesday from 12:30: to 2:30: enjoyed a delicious fish fry! GENERIC FREEZER QUEENDINNERS
p.m., the Bradford County CUBEDSTEAK DINNER
Bookmobile serves this area at the Hampton Elementary School SLICED SALAMI, SPICED (
Hampton Post Office parking lot. Soccer Tournament: Physical LUNCHEON OLIVE LOAF HAM wre ALL VARIETIES
Senior Citizens Education teacher, Mrs. Millie LOAF MO WASTE

Hampton Senior Citizens welcomed Galanos, was proud of her students ,ncx.A $ 2
Ruby Martin of Theressa as a new when they played Brooker students ina wr, rILirIACKA98 RTlcH 88 J $158
member of their Club at Friday's Soccer Tournament at Hampton on OVER 3 TO LB PKG.
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BBS Baseball Old Tim.er's Day a Big Success... _



Things couldn't have gone much The opening game. was all Tor- lost In the sun for a two-run triple in
; better for the 2nd Annual Oldtimers nadoes a showcase for Bradford the first game and Johnson smasheda 4 .y
Daseball Game (actually two six- High's seasoned first string. BUS one-hopper off the center field fence
inning games), which opened the Tornado banged out 10( hits and Scott Allen, for a run-scoring double in the same
baseball season Saturday.The Richie Fender and Kenny Clark game.Ronnie.
weather man more than allowed the Oldtimers just two hits Thomas was 2-for-4 with a
cooperated, 'offering up a bright while fannin six as each pitched a double and the only Old Timers RBI
tropical afternoon. Add in James two inning stint. with Gene Melvin and Jeremiah
Fender's player introduction and Hartley started his second team in Johnson the only other men able to
play-by-play announcing, a crowd game two and a pitcher's duel deliver base hits.
numbering close to 100, and the good- developed. An error allowed the Tor- BHS 1981 grabbed a 3-0 lead in the t
natured ribbing between the two( nadoes to score in the fifth to spoil the first inning of the opener, doubled the % r %
teams and it was a fun day for three-hit pitching of Jackson Prevatt advantage with a three-run second, {
baseball. and Truman Strong for the Old and then got its last four runs in the t: '.: v
And the teams, the Tornadoes of Timers Freshman Mike Hall, Bill fourth. I.
1981 and the players who preceded Goodge, and David Sparks sur- The Old Timers went the first three
them into Tornado scarlet in years rendered just two hits and didn't walka innings without a hit but finally got
past, didn't let those in attendance batter while working two innings two base hits and a run as well in the
down, playing for the most part good, apiece for BHS. Hall set the Old fourth off of Fender.They might have
solid baseball as the current BIIS Timers down 1-2-3 in the first two gotten three scores had not the Tor-
crop won 10-1 and 10. frames. nadoes cut two runners down at the ,
Much to the delight of Coach Mike Hitting was one spot that didn't plate.
Hartley the Tornadoes made just (one overjoy Hartley,who said "we didn't I
error and walked just four batters in strike out much but we didn't make as The Oldtimers Baseball Squad Coach Charlie Francis. Kneeling left to right: Gene
10 innings of defense. "The best thing good a contact as I would have like to for more 11A on OLD TIMERS Playing for the Oldtlmrrs Saturday were:standing left to Melvin Charlie Green. Doug Reddish. Tommy Wise, and
about it was we threw" strikes and seen." see pg. right, Ronnie Kilby, Ronnie Thomas. Stuart Duncan, Keith Northrup.Not pictured were Truman Strong Jeffery 1
made just one error, Hartley said Clark was the batting star for the Jeremiah Johnson Jimmy Prevatt Jackson Prevatt and Norman, and George Kllby.
afterward.The day, collecting four hits in five trips,
Old Timers booted six chances, but two were of the infield variety.
including a couple of laughable booboos Randy Parado was 2-for-2 with a pairof
(most of the laughing coming RBI's in game one with Chuck
from their own dugout), and passed Johnson, Mark Williams, Allen, Jim-
out 10 walks, but Charlie Francis' my Diggs Robert Carver and Scott
crew provided a good preseason test Hudson stroking the other hits.
for the Tornadoes. Williams smacked a fly ball that was

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regular season baseball opener home we probably would have won it GENERICS.Sa' SCALLOPED IX CT..REO.OR WITH MARSHMALLOWS. : ... HA..G. d 1
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Tuesday night in Live Oak. pitching nod against the Bulldogs GENERIC-Sea 24oi.BASIM-TUB-TILE BAQ.
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benefit of dust one hit. Tornado pit- for all of them. Kenny Clark went Rice_85 HaGENERIC Peaches "ALVlao"LK.59c [lO'l Bruce Yams_69* lij Corn Flakes_69* H I'
cher Bill who went all nine 3-for-4 with a double, Goodge was -24..BOTTLE uo,.norrt .
and allowed six hits while 2-for-4 with home and two 2.. HORMEL 4 QUARTS. PANTRY PRIDE REGULAR OH I-1
innings just a run 3/l )
fanning 12, got the first two battersout RBI's and Johnson was l-for-3 withan Pancake Syrup 85 li l AppleSauce_ Potted Meat 4/l L*] Lemon Rinse.99c H ,
in the bottom of the ninth but the RBI double. GENERIC- JAR'' 1701DUTCH..' + 1401. < ., { i .
third man up slashed a triple. BHS Johnson doubled Scott Hudson Sweet Relish_69* LEI DikNT"'NEAPPLE069* [2O] Cleanser 33 I I 6 Coach Mike Hartley elected to inten- home to put BUS up 1-0 in the first GENERIC- I LB.CHOCK PULL OP NUTSKosher ,
tionally walk the next two batters to before Live Oak tied the game with an .Dllls7ge 0GENERIC Coffee 219 20 3.Jo< DEODORANT p1-37C Ifs.Carpet8cent99a 0M.
set up f force play at every base. But. unearned run in their first at bat. In Shield Soa Q :
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past catcher Chuck Johnson and the home by Goodge. Again Live Oak ieoaRAHAM t*. ." 24CT..LIPTON PAMILV U... ?
winning run eased home. tied the game on an infield error in Tea *169 :2e:: 3 INSTANT REGULAR PACK' ::: ::: ;',
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Tuesday night. His club had erroredsix Oak a 3-2 lead In the fifth but Goodge Mouthwash_99* NGENERIC Kal Kan P OOD 4/$1, !!: Vlaslc Dills--e1, 49 Mix_87* :3e:: !

times in allowing three of the four smashed his 385-foot homer in the top Ifs REGULAR __ Ilx.rL..ICONRTITUTIRLIXONJIIICI. r.J I6o.ARM G HAMMER.
Bulldog runs to come across unearn- of the sixth to create another Rea Lemon 99c oneaALLon. | :::
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nadoes. "We just weren't aggressiveat After Saturday's home contest the GENERIC- .1..BOX ._. IM WITBIT* tllHirLAVOamoilR.C. .... FRAGRANCES -. I IB CAN.E.P.OR DRIP"none (
the plate, we let too many good pit- Tornadoes will start play in the Saltines_57 La ColasissiS/29 I 20 Renuzlt Solld.2/tl: ,lid: Sanka.Coffee329'iSAVtW to
ches go by. Bill pitched a heck of a Palatka Invitational Tournament '.. "- '. -
ballgame, I couldn't ask any more out Wednesday, March 4, with a 5:15 :
of him. Hopefully this was just one of game against Ocala Forest at PUS. | PS1 t ry nR
those first game things and when we That tourney continues through oo ;3;>o* IK CHUFCKING 1
look back it will help us. Saturday, !March 7. fl An I DIVIDER PACK* S :4
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Thursday Feb. 26-- EXTRA WIDENOODLES FRESH : '< OCCANSPRAT
BITS boys & girls tennis at Baker Co. (4:00)' :5TART'CAMPBELL'S GRAPEFRUIT .1 I

BUS vs G'ville IIS in District 5-AAA basketball tourney at 'DETERGENT TOMATO SOUP JUICE

GIIS ((7:00): ) '

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Softball Happenings : :. Tornado Cagers Open Versus GHS




; .-Brooker-Invitatlonal'Klcks....... ___ 'n Things Off March 7-8 in 5-AAA District 1st RoundBradford
e softball
& season will '
crank up locally the first Businessmen and one other entry >t
weekend 01 \
Ring March with the annual Brooker Invitational be.. Nipper said his NAPA team will be a combination of the
played
tourney director Saturday and Sunday March 7-8. announced Brooker Rainbow Marine and Lake Butler KMG teams of High's basketball Tor- was even close to double figures with Enterlng..di irlct.pi.y; Tankard
t I. Steve Nipper years past. The Poor Boys of Raiford have added players nadoes ended a 3-l9,'regular season Eddie Winkler next high with 6. Ben leads the Tornadoes in scoring with a
from last year's BGT of Starke club. Nipper also said with a 46-38 loss at Alachua Santa Fe Tankard pulled down 12 rebounds and 10.0 per game norm while Thompkinsis
... In the field this year will be host NAPA Auto Parts of Gainesville Tire and the ,Orange Park Businessmen a Monday night and now set their sightson Kerry Fisher grabbed 7. tops on the rebounding charts withan
.Lake Butler Water's Bulldozing of Starke (Starke Truck Jacksonville 5-A league member should be very the District 5-AAA tournament to The Tornadoes hit 8 of 10 from the 11.1 and Fisheris
game average
Plaza's Starke league champs of last year), W.W. Gay of Play is scheduled from 8 a.m. all day Saturday Marc 7, be played Thursday through Saturday foul line. tops in per assists handing out 3.2 per
Gainesville Gainesville Tire Raiford Poor Boys picking back up at noon Sunday with the finals around 4:30: Feb." 26-28 at Gainesville' High contest. Tankard has grabbed 8.1 rebounds -
Gainesville's ,
Hogtown Rollers the lr.cKo.4/ U f II
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p.m. .....,. If I II 10 4* per game, Thompkins is scoring
The Tornadoes play host GfcS at 7 Iradlorili, ThompkliK ,.a.", T.nfc.rd JO... How at a 9.1 clip and Fisher is third in
I I 10 Teams Enter Starke Mens Church___._ Leatue p.m. Thursday night with Santa Fe I 1--''.. ...h..I.. .....M.rV M.4.yyinliUr..1...WilklniSM. both categories with 7.3 ppg and 5.3
n and Eastside I
squaring off at 8:30: p.mIn .
The Starke Mens Open League Is expected to dwindle in list, Church of God and Baptist. Friday night semifinals the BUS- -rpg.- -- /
.tell this year, but the Rec.Department' Mens Church Softit was decided that opening day will be pushed back to GUS winner draws Buchholz, the -- h
I League won't I.SS.suffering from too few teams. 10 April 20 this season thereby moving the end of the regular seventh-ranked team In Florida's F Y __
ti"WKanVzationflmeeHn the league at Monday night's season back closer to the start of the district tournaments. class AAA while the Santa Fe -
;': l | Eastside survivor takes on second- ? A.'+tAy
I Defending' Baptist so the second there will be no ranked Live Oak-Suwannee. The
year .
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fold
are the Junior Boys Calvary championship is set for
Bap- Womens Church league. game 8 pm. w
tist. Pine HanfKfkr First Baptist! First Methodist Organizational meetings foe: the Mens Open and Womens j Saturday night with the District winner prh

j '. Kingsley Lake Baptist Madison St. Bap- Open.leagues were set for Wednesday night.Feb. 25. moving on to host the Region f YaP '. I It'
championship
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District 6-AAA (Ocala area) champ.In .
BBS Girls Softball last week's loss to Santa Fe the
II'
Open TuesdayThe Tornadoes hurt themselves with 25

percent shooting (15 of 59) but BUS
Bradford Coach Mike Sexton claimed repeatedly
open *>10 game High softball LadyTornadoes this year. It's unusual. I'm two-deep Williams and Phyllis Cuifec. Juniors that holding and mugging tactics I t't'r Jl
season Tues. IF'G
day,.:March 3, with a 4 home in about every position Lee said as returning are Hope Jackson Tracv inside by the Raiders was what kept
game against Clay p.m. she watched the squad warm up for Hankerson Doll Waters and Dawn BUS from hitting numerous inside }
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Park in Starke. practice Monday. The only problem Schoening. Queenie Berry and Lorraine shots. "Shoot we were missing
Clay,id' tough year-in with softball th is that BUS has just 15 Bass played as freshman last layups but it's not hard to miss 'em
year-out a girls uniforms and 18 girls are season. "
with guys hanging onto the Tornado
state class 3A champion in 1978 and you. -
with the team. Newcomers to the
team
1979 but BHS Coach Gayle Lee are seniors coach groaned.
her team is much improved from says last Vaunda Brown and Lynn Waters Eddie Thompkins did have a strong
season's 7-6 squad."We're Nine girls return from last season. junior Lisa Alvarez, and freshman inside game, canning 7 of 12 floor 'f
Seniors back include last year's team Valery Hamm, Myra Cummings, shots in scoring 16 points and claim-
MVP Sharie Hankerson (who hit Vonda Kay Hall Michelle Brown, ing 15 rebounds. No other Tornado
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'I' age frorn.i'Bradford High will both see
Griffis was second in the same
Needed; with a 78:37 timejand' Carrie their first. action Friday, March 6, atthevtlniversity
group .
Clinic is March 5 Coburn was fourth in 84:01.: City Relays at the

The Recreatiod'Department is in In the boys 13-17: division,Richard University of Florida's Percy Beard

need of scorebook keepers for the 1981, .Warren of 'thft.RoadrumwnTnJfaS j TracltE. University W. Relays'are just that
The
64:07 overall arid id,he
fourth in : ((86 ) .
soon.baseball Scorekeepers% Softball wilt season be paid opening$3 per.game 12-and-under boys Gene)Powell i ,was i!all relay events.,Meet time is 1 p.m. /
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fifth in 78:03.: .r Baseball''
: the locahClubt4ere.Paul v\,I Signups
A clinic will be held in the Old Armory Other finishers for
: McKJrineyveleventh;; inboys'1317 ,?\;;''Go Through March 25
at 5f .m., March 5, and all per .' ;,
vvit':a, U:25 clocking;; ; '
sons "whdj have never* kept''scorebefore ''; r
seventh in 12-and-- ; Registration for Dixie Youth Minors ,
Henry Cooper, :
but interested In taking the ,
re $league baseball is underway -
Jnd Major
Harrison.1 :; I
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job shouM.attend. i ; t '
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\ ; 16th in 12-and-under at 93:55.: '
Greet','ClImihnted Club Coach George Loped said;he terested :'in playing baseball in the ,
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was pleased with the whole groups Starke Recreation* Department
In 1st. RoundOf performance and called the times League. .
clocked DeWitt and Warren, x- The Minor-Major League age groupis
Statq;Meet by date
ceptional ; ;' 8-12 with the age determining
Billy Greerii i a junior who was Brad- Next race for the Roadrunners'isthe being August, 1981. The Dixie Boys
ford's pnly'qualifier to the state class 15-kilometer (9.3 miles! '''River ages are 13-14 (same date for deter-

AA was eliminatedIn Run.set for Saturday, March,14rUmp's : mination: August 1))
thud by Doug. Jordan of Boys and girls can sign up at the
; fourth[ place Still Needed. Pratt St. Recreation Center from 3-5
finisher"In the meet"'o"rdan: beat For City League .Mondays through Fridays or at the '
Green 9In Friday's first round. Old Armory from 8:30: a.m. to noon I
The loss In Green's second straight Umpires are badly needed for the and 1- 5 p.m./ each weekday. r, A y'Y" i. s w vW
trip to state gave him a 15-6 season adult softball and youth baseball The deadlines for registration are y .w6: did ,,'R W
record.In leagues opening soon. March 18 for the Major and Minor and
the team race Orlando Bishop All umpires and coaches for the March 25 for the Dixie Boys. There
Moore and Naples High tied for the leagues operated by the Starke will be no charge for registration. :..t t
AAA title with 79'2 points apiece Recreation Department are requiredto : I
followed by Sebring (67)), Punta Gor- attend at least one of two inductory Dixie Boys & Minor .
da Charlotte ((55), and Region I run- clinics set March 2 and 9. Coaches Needed ,..
nerup Live Oak-Suwannee ((46 points The meetings will be held at 7 p.m. 4 ,tk. ,. +tsw' P' ,
in the Old Armory Building. Coaches for teams in the Dixie Boys ur'0v-s,3
with Donnie Allen and. Brent Hall o
(13-14 olds) and Dixie Youth '!r .+cl..t lftl"S y,.. .bL .4; A : I
state champs at 224 and unjimted) year
Local Region I champ Palatka scored Tracksters Open Minor League ((8-10) age groups in the Bruce Simmons leads a pack of Tornado footballer Norman, Paul Thomas, Martella Moore. Brian Davis, ari3
only 7Vi points while FlaglerPalmscored Friday March 6 Starke leagues are needed. through a rope drill. Following him through are Clayton Ricky Sullivan. I
42 for seventh place and Interested persons should call the
Gainesville Buchholz had 33', for the The boys and girls track teams Rec. Department at 964-6792.

tenth 123 pound spot. state champ Ken McKayof Off-Season Days are NOT Days Off I
the I
Flagler was only Region _
wrestlers besides Hall and Allen to Special Olympics Track MeetIs
reach the finals
Wednesday at Bradford HSSome c ;i1 af2 "
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Girls Softball LeagueThe 120 entrants are expected to compete Wednesday, March 4, in the Bradford season is it that's "played"'
Track and Field Meet.
County Special Olympics without a football?
Starke Recreation Departmentis The event, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Starke, is scheduled to start at 9
planning to form a Softball leaguefor a.m. Wednesday at the BHS track. It includes participants from age seven to Answer;.The "offseason", as in the
girls aged 13-15 once again this adult, and will be followed by regional and statewide competition. offseason program at Bradford High
year. Helping out along with the Kiwanis are the Art Club, Key Club, Beta Club, and School. .
Any girl in that age group who ROTC from Bradford High; the Women's Club and Junior Women; the Civitans; 1. (
would be interested in playing Softball and Hampton 4-H. Also, lunch for the participants is being provided by J Only rarely is a football seen I_ M ;
may sign up now at the Rec. Dept. of- McDonalds. anywhere near the BHS offseason
fice in the Old Armory. Seven events range from running events to the softball throw. workouts held during sixth period of <

each school day. And helmets and 4k
5 RoadrunnersPlace Bassmasters Club Sets TourneyFor pads are nowhere to be found.

in 10-miIer Orange and Lochloosa What is found around the fieldhouse .
Eight members of the" from roughly 1:30: to 2:30: p.m. on ,,
Roadrunner Club finished the c iorii.n .tic Bradford Bassmasters Club will be having a boat tournament on Orangeand school afternoons is a corps of pro- __ I Ir
Track Club 10-mile Run in Gainesvillelast Lochloosa Lakes at the end of next month, Saturday, March 28. spects for the 1981-82 Tornado grid
weekend and five won awards Boats will take off from the Marjorie Rawlins Ramp with a safe start to 5 p.m. squad. Never mind running plays or .
with top five finishes. time limit. Other tournament rules include: 1) NO bass under 12 inches weighed, throwing the ball around, save that
Linda DeWitt won the girls 13-17 2)) NO alcholic beverages during the tournament, 3) a 20 fish limit per boat 4)I 6tt for Spring practice. Right now the
age group and busted the 70 minute Bass Masters Club is not liable for accidents or Injuries. I Tornadoes are geared towards one
barrier and her own Bradford Middle Entry fee is $10 per person with 35 percent of the fees taken in going to the first objective preparing their bodies
School and Club record with a 69:55 place bass-catcher. 15 percent goes to second, 10 percent to the big fish, and 40 h and mind, as in confidence. ) .for the
time in the race at the Bear Archer percent to the Bradford Bass Masters for their building fund. The entry fee can .combat of the fall. .'i'\ i" '", 4
Plant.That placed her 170th overall in. be paid at the ramp 30 minutes before starting time. For more information conJ't'' 01 '
field of 500 tact Earl lleat 419 Center m-,7535sftej\6 ". '. '.The pumping iron,running itadium<)rr! Jtair-fir
a some runners. Tiffany <, ;?taj !j
.._.. --"L". _._ .!> ::. ::: __ steps, and weaving through the ropes" nth
constitute the groundwork the
Let behind-the-scenes work that allows
Don't:
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breaking run, and the bone-crackling ,
Things blocks and tackles of the season when n+.
the glory comes Friday nights
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number: combination'lock ;j' Key lock with double lock- a special championship.game Monday .11-13,Year ..Two -poinlam{ :Were\ played
'"-I Ing bolt I afternoon. Feb. 18. v The Ja'zz squeezed past the Nets .' hurdayeq.12.;at the Old Armory
I The Rockets who were chasing the 58- last Tuesday to clinch first place with the Jiza: nipping \M takers; 78-75
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and Shane Jackson combined for 18 points. thrashing theteagu champs 7436. PM. .. II ed l't
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N the...third-place! Nuggets bombarded Cecil Jackson's 14. Also, the Nets nip game-high 44 markers from Timmy
SHOP the t5pgles, 31-8 behind the 19 point ped'the Celtics 71-70 as Simon Mit- Tyson. Robert Bellamy had a big 34
scoring of Mark Marshall;.Roy Shane, -ehelt hit 49 and Daren Chandler 22 for field goal 60 point day In the Hawk*
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I Eastside Eliminates BH! Girls: ; ,Jt. JALJET 1. qtt1IrLtWA



When Hope Jackson nestled in a Favored Buchholz took the district ting six of seven free throws down the
12-foot jump shot on Bradford High's title rolling over Eastside 63-41 stretch to go with a couple of layups
first trip downcourt things looked lust Saturday night after thrashing Santa .behind the press. : 11
fine for the Lady Tornadoes in last Fe 68-49 in Friday's semi's.At .

Friday night's opening round of the times it seemed as if a lid was "They never' 'quit" they 'hung\' In ,' '- ,11M
District 5-AAA girls basketball tour hammered shut on the BHS goal in, there the;whole'way., but you' can't
nament. their matchup with Eastside as Lady'Tornado just play one quarter (the fourth) and
But from that point on things slid shots repeatedly missed the win., Thomas said after the loss:';
rapidly downhill as Eastside's under mark. Even in losing BHS 'set 4 hew best N
dog Rams took advantage of their aggressive The game was knotted 8-8 after a record mark with the '11-7''' season 41 0 t ,1
play and Bradford's ice-cold period but Bradford suffered througha finish, besting the 11-9 record of last
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shootin to knock BUS out of the dry spell of nearly seven minutes year.
tourney semifinals with a 51-44 win and scored just one field goal in the Jackson who 'suffered through a I "ili.o 4 V.I .
at Alachua Santa Fe. second period to head into the locker frustrating shooting game early end-

room down 2010. Pressure defense ed hot, canning Bradford's last nine
bothered Eastside somewhat but the points to take game scoring honors
BHS JV'sFall Lady Rams bucketed some long with 25 points her highest total of the I t n r

range bombe to continue stretching year. That gave Jackson, a junior, 329' :
6849The its advantage.BHS points and an 18.3 per game average,
was down 38-20 early in period both school record totals in the five
four after missing 11 shots in a row seasons girls basketball has been e.
Baby Tornadoes of BUS ,. .... ...... ._ .
played but as Coach Jimmy Thomas noted played at BHS since 1977. .. -- ..,-- --- -
Santa Fe tough for three quarters on "we never quit. Jackson hit two Mae Hollis led one BHS surge with a Starke's Jr. Basketball All Stars
the road Monday night but the host jumpers. Queenie Berry canned threeof of
couple long set shots and ended
Raiders blew the game open in the six free throw attempts and Tracy with 8 points. Players competing for Starke In the all star basketball Jackson and Simon Mitchell. Back row I. to r.. Gerald
fourth period to record a 68-49. season-. Hankerson put back in a missed shot tourney In Deland this week are: front row left to right. Brown Reggie Johnson Clint Jenkins Daren Chandler
ending win."They and in less than two minutes the BV.4rVrW a ..H.4I sean Robinson. Shaun Jackson Levi! Simmons Cecil Reggie Jackson and Mike Chappell.
played real good and stayed pressing BHS girls had sliced an aw.J4. 011 1414.11
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with 'em for three ar.df.rdr J.***.. f-f-13, ...." f-f-f,
right quarters JV 18-point spread down to eight.((39-31) s..._f-J-f,....,....-f, millmmf f-f-f,
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team's performance in the game, But Eastside kept the lead by hit E aMaU.S r._If-11..,. Starke All Stars 1-1 in Youth Tourney
which closed the book on a 1-18 junior

varsity campaign.It .
was 6-6 after one period 26-23 A junior basketball team from the good chance to win at least two more over the Deland Midgets in their first
Santa Fe at half and 44-37 in favor of .more Old Timers Baseball Starke Recreation Department split games before we run into one of the round tourney game Monday night in
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the hosts after three quarters before games in district tournament play in real good teams again" Deland
Santa Fe outscored the Baby Tor- Deland Monday and Tuesday night East Central Volusia was one of Chandler hit nine buckets and 20
nadoes 24-12 over the final eight from pg. 8A to make it 1-0. Jimmy Diggs followed( and is still alive in the 10-team those"real good" teams dressing outa points to lead the local all stars with
minutes. with a single to right but Strong got tourney that includes teams from all 6-foot-3 center and a 6-0 forward Simmons also hitting double figures
Dennis Dunlap canned 7 of 8 free Charley Green and Keith Northrup out of the first-and-third jam by get.. ''over Volusia County and Palatka. against Starke's squad whose tallest with 11 points. Deland's Robbie
throws and hit 15 points to lead Brad- walked to open the inning. With one ting Dwayne McBride to ground out to The Starke cagers whipped starter is 58. Wilkes led all scorers with 29 points
ford with Mark Pierce adding 14 and out Gene singe the first Old third.In Deland's Midgets 47-41 Monday night Levi Simmons was a one-man scor-
Tom Johnson 9. Johnson,Dunlap and Timers hit, a to center butSparks the top of the last Johnson of the before falling to East Central Volusia ing machine for the local team pouring Stark All Stmr 47)t D. CIt__ 3f\ L.II .
I Steve Marshall all claimed six rebounds threw a one-hop strike to Old Timers laced a single up the mid- 66-48 Tuesday night. The local all in 32points. He hit from all over .,-... C. "..,11_ 9, G. frmMtnt 3, M.
to lead in that department. Goodge at the plate to nail the sliding dle with one out and stole second but stars play Southwest Volusia Thurs- the court and 8 times from the foul Ca.y.113..,. ., .. J."_. t, 3. Mltlta t, a.J.eh. .
I Green. With runners at first and se- he was left stranded as Allen handleda day night at 5 p.m. in Deland in a line. Cecil Jackson added 6 points and. w4 1.Dd MMgvU (,,. WUUum If, MfeM 4,
117 14'-II P3..a cond Hartley then brought one in-. grounder unassisted at first and loser's bracket contest. Daren Chandler 4. "..,II.r7" Wi"..... *, Cl*. m ..
F. /M1114 MStrtoUmm fielder in to form a five man infield then went into shallow right field to "We'd have to win four straight to
Or.df.rdr ....., 0,.f .-.-,, and Old Timer second baseman Ron. haul In a to end the The Starke All Stars lost Stark. All Star Hit L. SlmJXMU M, C.
pop-up game. get into the finals Coach Archie Kitties a 10-point
Gy1-I-..".*-.3-3-f,-...T-f-14,MSmmU nie Thomas backfired that tactic "..,_ 1, D. Cft.r 4, O. mnmm 3, M.ch.4F. .
1-1-3,-..'.-, ,., r._It 131149.Stattm said after Tuesday's loss. "That's halftime lead in the third quarter but ."" a. J.aw..w a
Par.a1.334-1 f*. lofting a fly ball into vacant center 0._l I H ION a, rough road. But I think we've got a then fought back to take a 47.41 win E..t Cfmtrml ...-.(tf).
field for a double. Northrup scored nm.w 000 010 I 1 4tradfoirf
HO 40> 10 f 0
butthe relay from Jimmy Diggs to WIN .Mimoo ((4)) ..... H........". All.... ,....... ((1)).
Clark to Goodge caught Melvin Clink ((0)) .n4 Gnagv.W .
Strong Colts sliding home and the Tornadoes were All**. ,.WI... BHS Tennis Teams Suffer First 1st Losses .
out of the inning with a minimum of 10MMHM((0), R. Ttwnwl (OT). t- Wltllwm((0)).

Outlift BHS damage.Clark came on in the fifth and OUTInnn 0...' 000000011Ondford IHI The undefeated strings of both the boys match that was actually a mixed
finished the with two inningsof 0 0 0 0 1. 1 1 I Tornado boys and girls tennis teams team match last Thursday at the Pan-
up game
,....... llroo, ((4)) 'nd Northcv*. Hall. Ooodg. (1)( ), came to a screeching halt Tuesday ther court.
no-hit, three strikeout pitching. ..... .,.. _..... L'.Wd....,..,.OH.11wal.4
t end )
North C
Marion's Colts had it over the Sp ( ) rv.r ((4))
Bradford's last four runs came in W.s,...... In..g. afternoon in Gainesville as Eastside Palatka has just three boys out for Smff If)4. .l__7.4,1.4Oft(a)
ornadoes in every weight class in pinned a 6-1 defeat on the Tornado tennis and rounds its team out with the fourth off Jeremiah Johnson. Two
Inning 60-13 in a dual weightlfting and the ..., JV...M_. If) 4. J. .*__ .... fftMfrrl
boys a 7-0 blanking on girls. two McGriff also used mix-
came when the Old Timers lost a fly BHS latcball Raol, girls so a (E)4L Cl.r*t-t, t-*.
eel in Sparr last Wednesday, Feb. ball by Mark Williams in the sun. Kenny Clark (.nlor SS.') The Tornadoes (now 3-1 in boys ed team in the match. _.._ Btac*.iOM (E) 4. 3. ".*...m-
8. allowing Clayton Norman and Fenderto IHCaodg* (tnlorC-P) play and 2-1 in girls matches) visit Sapp had a hand in two victories to Bfmnf., ....,.,*._.-/ __If) BHS managed no wins and just two score with Williams taking third. Chuck Johnson (i nlor 3B-C) Baker County Thursday Feb. 26, pace the Tornado win with Chuck ", ,,.-" .1.N. -*, .-,.
seconds those by Bobby Martin at Clark had already ripped a single to Mark William. (..nierOF) before! hosting Palatka Tuesday for a Johnson and Carmen Eaves adding MSfrmlmtltmt
1)32' and Mike Jordan in the 165-pound left to plate Ricky Sullivan and a Dwayno Mclrld (.nlor OF) boys match at 330.: The Palatka singles wins, Eddie Winkler teaming .,..,."s.,f imi i._.."...*..9-q/...". .
bdass. Bo Harrison, Darryl Thornton, squeeze bunt by Sparks brought David Sparks (untor CF) ''mtcl1' will be the first of ;eight with Sapp for the deciding doubles If I A WtaJhter_9-*, '-" JH__(.>1.3..0.1,

[and -:Jlehberg! took thirds. -Williams home to make the finalqt11fhheaetlondgain.rethet''seAri Mlk Jordan -..,. 'I "(..nlor OF) 'i.fUjHeft'home matches for BHS. victory, and Phil .Miller and Jeff 9-3..,..1.37.....6...'PI'",DJ_d. ..., F9-.q.44.4, 4.31a
BHS'was scheduled to lift at Baker ( .lck'Sul _.:CJ.L""J,., .:, Craig,Sappafavet 4hat : .kJhnsolt''comblnlng for a win InnutnlH.two D..Mw 1.NDMM (ft 4. IHllllltmmmtimrt
*CountJrW a WiByrFeb.:2S:: And gottf aback ... ? ',T ,'1i .""r ... .- ,_- ,> -lu..lor( 28J"'twin % ith-a7-6, (5-3 in tiebreaker), 6-4' doubles. Carmen, a H."..4-I."",MIU-. "h..w(.)/w.f.w
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'Slott Hudson oVer Sean Blucher at number one sophomore, came back to win after l't, t-4, -
to Sparr for the North Marion In- *ouM get a runner to third until the (Junior, OF)
Invitational l meet Wednesday March 4. bottom of the fifth when the Tornadoes Scott All.n (Junior P-OF)' singles but that was the only win being blanked 6-0 In the first set.
pushed their gamewinneracross. Brian Thomoi (Junior IB) Bradford could muster all afternoon.The .
Nwth .U---..13 with one out Williams walked Clayton Norman (junior 28)) boys were short handed, with
II.-J.*m..mMUt tit, P.- (As )lag Eddl.Hall three of the top five out for various
and Clark beat out an infield single (|unlor2B)
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against curve-balling Truman Strong. Jimmy Dlgg ((junior OF) reasons. girls was a
(N1tII) 144 131- m. Llttl (NM) 491, NSaSzvDan :
I( -_4Mi.If Sparks then drilled a shot into deep Mlk Wa'... (oph IB) matter. "We had all the girls
r "' 14mrw* (Htf 441... 3) THOHNTOM(MttV center field and Old Timer center Robert Carver (fr.ih. C) together for the first time all year but -:
'.,_NI. ,..- W-**, (NM)in,JORDAN/ they just weren't ready to play" tl
.. fielder Jimmy Prevatt couldn't make Rlchl F nd r (lr..h. P-SS) f4
(DIL41f41164U. It JUmmalmg(Nil) _
I.,... CmU.U(HM) *...? a)UUimSmtJ(MHS the play after catching up to the ball Mill Hall (fr..h.n.,) Coach Jerry McGriff said of the loss. z G= 1?
llff-lff-llf. IS*Si..IM(IMt i/" near the fence.Williams scored easily Andy Chaff (rh. "-OF) BHS had beaten Palatka'. 5-2. in a
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,. St. Mark's ,Observes .I' ?, pjn. at the First United Methodist

!: ,/ t, Shrove Tuesday', Church of Starke.
Lawtey News-.. !,l 1 I I I I I n I I r II I I J I I I. In I I I J
With Pancake Supper Raised behind the. Iron Curtain,
church furnished dinner every day Mr. and Mrs. and Rev Kustodowlcz served as a
Mark's'
A by Elisabeth Terry which was enjoyed by all. After the supper guests : the Starke St.. Episcopal: Church of minister for many years. His
will hold their annual
Phone 782-3309 meal the singers! sang several songs, daughter-in-law '. Shrove ministry Included Jail, government
Pancake
CHURCH SCHEDULES: then Evangelist Sam Cathy brought a Franklin and Tuesday Supper, Tuesday, harassment, and unofficial detain-
March 3 from _
5:30.7:30
good There were 150 to 250 Bryceville on : : p.m. ment. Although In this
Church of Cod: Sunday School 10 message. Take out orders will be available. ministering
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 6 persons present each day. Mrs. Geneva and, Donation adults$200 children 10 country, he is still active in the Christian
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talley and home Saturday : ; witness in Communist countries.
p.m. Prayer Meeting and YPE and under The
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. children of Jacksonville, were weeks with her Lawtey."I Mrs., yrs. invited-to$1.00. public. is He will be sharing his experiencesand
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday School weekend guests of their mother, Mrs. law Mr. and cordially participate.1st the difficulties of ministering in a
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and J.C. Tye. Sr. and family of Live land In which all printing and
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Kendall Bryan and Christina Marie Mr. and Mrs. Un. Methodist duplicating equipment is exclusively
7:30p.m. Mobley of Baldwin spent Sunday with Schwetzlngen: Presents' "FaithIn controlled by the government.
Faith Baptist: Bible SchooII0 a.m. their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ud parents of a Russia"The Despite all attempts by the govern
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 FraCamp. Starling, born ment the Christian faith is still In-
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan visited grandparents Rev. Basil Klustodowicz will be fluential the lives of many people.
7:30p.m. their brother Guy Futch, in Alachua Charles Hoover, giving a special program on the
First Baptist: Sunday School 9:45 General Hospital, Gainesville, on nal grandparents Christian faith behind the Iron Curtain The public is cordially invited to atiend. -
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Monday. Fleam Starling of Sunday evening, March 1 at 7:00 ,
J% 7:30 p.m.Ladies and men's prayer: :
meeting separate at 7 p.m.) Training
Union at 8:30 p.m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m.
Grace United Methodist: Church
School 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11
a.m. Wednesday Children's Choir 7 AMERICAS FAMILY DRAJG STORE

p.m.Highland Bible Gleanings Baptist: 8 Sunday p.m. School You're going to like Eckerd's

9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. ..
and 6 Prayer Meeting Wednesday famous .
p.m. Photo Offer. .
at 7 p.m. _ \ :
I L 1 Laura Baptist Sunday School 9:45 Twine the Prints... Get an extra set of prints with every roll of er
I a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and color or black and white print film developed and printed.. .-
7:30: p.m.Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat TODAY AND EVERYDAY
1 "
7:30 p.m. : twice the Film... Get two rolls of print film for the price of one '
Long Bridge Baptist: Sunday
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Kodacolor black and white, when you have your film processed
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting at Eckerd's.,.TODAY AND EVERYDAY

Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Twice)tti Guarantee... Buy only the prints you want No
Morgan Road Baptist: Sunday / hassle-even if the goof was in the picture taking
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m.
Northslde Baptist: Sunday School
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at "
7 p.m. :.
Smyrna Missionary Baptist: Sun s'
day School 10 a.m. Worship Services $ /
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. ;
PERSONALS:
Deepest sympathy of the community '
is extended to all the family of I MYLANIA usnalN[ 1 ur

Sumter Harley, ST.. due to his deathon
Sunday night February 15.
We are happy to report that ; I
Darleen Ball, who had her tonsils out II (
two weeks ago at Bradford County I
Hospital is doing real well now. CJ '

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crapse, Jr., of : IOtllru,,, '
Hinesville, Ga., spent last Sunday RAID
with their parents, Mr.and Mrs.M.D. CHARM I
Crapse, Sr., and Mrs. Cecil Hardee. II1I LISTERINE FIDDLE BATHROOM SOFT SCRUB ANT&ROACH
Mike went back Suinday afternoonbut MYLANTA
his wife stayed with her mother, MOUTHWASH FADDLE TISSUE CLEANSER ,SPRAY

Terry Mrs. Cecil rode home Hardee.with Miss them Elizabeth Wednesday I ANTACID 12-0UNCI 59 :32-OUNCE Sal Mfl 7Q .OUNCI S9C PACK Sate L 9ge s.Regular,. 99*. 69<<1: U.OUNCI 144 I

night after they had spent the day a.,. 1 Priced ......... H Rg.79' ..1'.. Prlcae! ....... Priced ...... Rp.1./9...... .R
with Mr. Hardee. He was able to Priced ... .. ... Antiseptic lor daily oral Popeornli peanuts with: Facial quality.Choice' of Liquid;! ll-purposecl8anser .Aerosol spray.Kills mosf" ,.
return home Thursday morning from .. Antacid' lowaodiuraAlmit' 1 hygiene, Limit t r L candy-gliuiMJmJt.1. color*. Limit 1 pact '."" mild ....."'Hlml" crawling'' 'Insects. Limi"_ Ir
North Florida -
Regional Hospital
Gainesville. I I
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Dyal and sons,
Kevin and Kenny,of Masawa,Japan
returned home by way of Glenrock, 191
Wyoming, (after spending some time III1 CONTAC a.; AND SUAVEBALSAM PROTEIN BUFFERIN MAX! WEAR REDWOOD II
cC
with their parents), Mr. and Mrs. Leo CAPSULES ; SHAMPOO TABLETS NAILGUARD l
Dyal. They plan to stay a short timewith s. 10 FURNITURE
ie-ouNci Shave
their brother-in-law and sister :0... ..119 .ou Sale : BOTTLiOF 69IUffflIla. ails yge: II ,
Q .. ..790 t7 1o. 100 ., ,.v,".. Rp.1A1 ..
Mr. and Mrs. Dan and Priced CHAIR
Creager baby .
Time releasede g 0 Analgesic tablets. Assorted fashion 1388 .
there. II congestant. Limit 1 Normal Limit l'Dry orOIl y. Limit 1 colors. Limit 1 Reg.17.99 ... ...
Bradley Phillip Ball son of Mr.and +
Mrs. Buddy Ball, celebrated his 6th CHAISERfl.3 2788
birthday on Saturday. They had a <..99California ......
party for him in Evergreen Baptist redwood slats on
Fellowship Hall. I SCHICK) NOXZEMA ... 1K.O"'LLOND.VILBISS lightweightaluminurpframeHAIRSPRAY .
WHITE RAIN II
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Friends of Mike Brown regret to .r SUPERS SKIN CREAM HUMIDIFIER

learn that he is a surgical patient as of I .'.OONCe BLADES I .r ] IK* MA Na200

Jacksonville.Friday in St.Our Luke's prayers Hospital are with sa. ... ...ggePriced PAC K 9ge.. u MB dicatedcream.141 NOXZ_...! iii 17houroperaSWINGER: .....988 .JUIII IIGRILL

Regularorexlra '
him.Mrs. Twlnbl'a'decartrld- Limit 1 lion.I Limit, 1
Pauline DeVore, Miss Angle hold. Limit 1 ges. Limit 1 pack! : Itetu.ar". ;;
DeVore. Mrs. Gabby Pauley. and 4288
Mrs. Teresa Patterson,attended Miss Iw Sile. Priced ....... .i
Janna Starling and John Samons wed- LADIES' Deluxe 18"x 18"grid.Tjltaway /
5-SHELF
5-SHELF hood. Adjustable drafts.
ding at Graham Baptist Church on PARSONS m
POPSICLE STEEL PLASTIC IUCTII'CLIGHUR' ..
Friday night. II SANDALS SHELVING ... TABLES ETAGERE ULApproved.Reg.5,99 .4
Henry Hodges,daugther Sarah,and .. ii 1
son, Hank, attended the Sportsman Rev.1.1. 388 1288 Sea. 2/700 88
Three Hundred Stock Car Races at Priced '.. s..2." .. r .
Daytona Beach on Monday. II Cool comfortable. Rro ul.rt.a.! L-- 16"x 16".Assorted Regular 39 99 '- IGLOO 25-QT. t
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended Assorted sizes & 12'x30"x66"utility U1J colors. Mar proof rn Easy to assemble [
the Bradfod-Unlon Retired colors. shelving. plastic. Assorted colors, ICE CHEST.

Teacher's Meeting at Lake Butler /
Thursday. on I SOFTSIDE Regular I., f 1988

Donnie Kelly of Gainesville, was a LUGGAGE e.NPrk.d. :
Saturday overnight and Sunday guestof II! TOTEBAORe SUPER GLUE PEWTER-LOOK TYPING HeavYdutyplastlcHinged! lid.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George .11.9Saveail ....988 OIL LAMP PAPER ,
Kelly. Leather.look.Cholce GJ ST"Bondsto.79 R.g.t9/ I Of PACK 200) :
549 .
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Mrs. Fred Moore spent a month of pecan or blue. most surfaces ....tso... ap.ler.. _._
with her sister, Mrs. Cecil Wade of II 31-OVeNNIQHT. in seconds! Colonial styled.Can 8"'""x 11"sheets. ,,,.,,.,.;;;'i.:;: GALLON
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Tampa. While there she visited her Regular. .It .. 13" CiJ Limit 2 :. bewail mounted too. Premium) ,, quality. PICNIC DUGR.gul.r r r

brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and PULLMAN, 18" ) ._
.27.1a.
Mrs. J.B. Boyer, and another sister- -; ...
R.gulo2/
in-law, Mrs. C.Y. Mayo, of Tampa, .. J 199 -
and Elder and Mrs. George Boyer of %"x50'GARDEN :' ? OLM 1500 SelePrleed ;.....t....... I
Plant City.On her way home,she wasa ri1 HOSE FAN SPRAY METAL FISHING Wide mouth for easy cleaning&
Monday overnight guest of her son- GAS CAN ,_ REEL& ROD filling.

Seeb in-law Andrews and daughter oTwildwood.We Mr. .and Mrs. 499- Medel3SOOReg..1.39 .99 / Rp.1 I.QAL.. ..6 88 I 2399' .

are happy to report that Mrs. ; vinyl. Fits on hose. Has,. K..I'5.v.2,11 ELECTRIC /
IIB'- shut- control : Skirted spool, '
Jack Estes had her surgery on 'fJJJJJJ Flexlble.spout. convertible nan. WEEDER/TR1MMER
Wednesday, Feb. 18 and is getting die62-piecerod.' rHP.
along okay in Riverside Hospital in Regular 44.9. w88. ,

Jacksonville.Mr. 9av.1011 .. ..1 V n
and Mrs. Gene Howell of Pompano Easy to handle.Trims around
Beach, spent the weekend with ,.': nlAlun planters, shrub A trees.
their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. I
and Mrs. Earl Troxell. :

Mrs. Dave Kelly and son, Justin, of \', II
.Jacksonville, spent the weekend with I .,," .
t'l
: '
I her sister, Mrs. Pat Hayes of Lawtey.Mr. ,, > 21-INCH
and Mrs. F.L. Roberts of '. )
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Jacksonville, were recent guests of REAR BAG I

their sister Mrs. J.C. Tye. Sr., SANYO AM/FM COSMO HAMILTON BEACH EVEREADY LAWNMOWER.
/ .
Attending the funeral for Sumter D.
Harley. Sr. from out-of-town were: CASSETTERECORDER DIGITAL MINI DRIP "C"or"DftSIZEBATTERIES Null/f.... I

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Harley Sr., and ,ALARM CLOCK WITH SPECIAL.'HI9AT(OrPCR"..*. I law R".241.... 19988'
Mr.' and Mrs. Dean Harley. Jr.,. .. ICKLRD'em...... 12" ?
$ M2403Reg. ModelFIOIA' SALIPRICa 1S99ooo ,3.5-H.P.Brlggsi Stratton .
.Coomrell Heights Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. S4.99 4288 Regular.11,91 988 L '::sa Brews PACK OP 4 99ct: Has easy spin starter, &9 heights engine,'
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'W.I. Baggett, Tampa. Fla.; Mr. and "..1J.11 8....3.11 ..,.... M.IL"N. uplO MaW.r'''N ..n "
Mrs. Nelson Blocker and Scott ACGDC.Autotapeslop.Bat- Lighted'drop-leaf.nufnefals. ASTER 91NALCD/1 999:4: cup.. Qreat for flashlights,toys" .
Blocker, Lake Fla.; Nelson teries not Included. 24 hour alarm:' REBATE ..;.. .,. radios more :
Blocker Jr., Maccfenny: Thomas .
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Harley, Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. AirJI4rIrAr4VJ
Richard Chesser and Marie. Cbesser., ,

Smith Biggs Sanford of Barberville Winter Mrs. A.Q.Haven; Smith Hubbard; Mrs.and Velma Biggs.Craig : You',re Going ,to Lj'. i.r1.i"M.- 1A f.pwey? afsnv :


Winter Haven and Mr.and Mrs.Clyde ,.. r .' '. I" B s AVA1 ALE :
Starling, Baldwin. ,_' J "
Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her I f aen. Ecfca'rd PharmMKI: 'it, a highly-trained, proleiiionul.oa '. rzl 1 't : :
sister. Mrs. C.E.. Strickland ofGalnellvUle. going, Hr make lure you ompliely-.ialiriea dry r.:7.. ""
Monday..until .Wednes, I-v moniii h.lakei an accredited. .continuing, education'
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cowrie to tnit r e aware ol the deveiopmeni*in
day. White there they attended a drupe Additionally, ne'la lo ] ]f1
Three-day revival at North Central Kiaur mat, he net lull tne ataoun.y wP.nyoun..d"nAnd 1IEJEEPo1 Ui t'I a S [,a k la l ,
Baptist Church.:: The Evangelist was .n.alway" >ea to lava you money with generic drug | all ilk iY,it
Sam Cathy of Hot Sprinp.Arb..... whenever. poesitale and by offering' Senior Ctiuens ditcount -
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The Singers were Fla.
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NOTICE OFINTENTION NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO REGISTER Rhea '200 HEWARD

TO REGISTER INTENTIONTO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Marguerite Guest Speaker

FICTITIOUS I FICTITIOUS i At B-U Realtors Monthly Meeting
NAME NAME Pursuant to Section t'1 ( I
863.09 Florida Statutes, Leading to tlie iTest"andMargu.rlte :
H' Pursuant- to Section Pursuantto Section notice I I. hereby given

.. 865.Q9' Florida Statute, 869.09 Florida Statute' ,that the undersigned,. Rhea Gainesville Realtor,was the guest speaker F.b.19 at 7:00 atthe
"P ".inoWcelfs'' h.r.bY"glv.n'that '' Leon T. 4, p.m.
Odom. Jr.. Rt.
the notice I I. hereby given Cordon Restaurant for the. monthly meeting of the Bradford-Union County Board of CODVlC t. .D' f1 .
undersigned, thdf the undersigned' Box |210 Stark., Fl. x1Instltut" P..4i Pr '
announced.
Steven Goodman 1537 Thomas R. Edward and 32091 sole owner doing Rltora.LllllanPnon.p.ldent. Mrs. RlMa spoke on the"Form and Land

,\i.- McCollum, St.. Storke, Fl L.Royc. D. Edward; ..Rt.IBox ..business under1 the firm !
,, 32091: ,tole own.r,'doing 513.Lake Butler, name of LEON'S PLUMB who stole' atrf Juck
Vernleodomand'GeneRpreaentedRealtorpln.andcertlfleatMtothe persons
following .
business .
< at GOODMAN 32054 ING SERVICE Rt. 4. Box ,
|loin owner da- for of the required Realtor'!Orientation' Course Richard Marten r 1
,; FENCE CO., 1537 Mo. Ing business under the 1210 Starke. Fla. 32091: compl.tlon : Hendrlx
,I' Collum St.", Stark., FL firm name of DIAMONDE Intend to, register sold Roberts, .Michael Cooney. Kay Water Lynn Davit' and Dove Hutto. 1951 Chevrolet\ ''Pick-Up

,;i.,1 i 3209- ilntendc to: RANCH LAKE, BUTLER fictitious name under the
,
,. register sold, flctltlou' Fl.: --'p' L- .
'I Mend
32054 to of aforesaid
."a", und.r.,the prov,- register sold fictitious statute.provisions Realtor. Roundtable will be held March 9 at 7:00 p.m. at the Garden R...touront.' :
Mr. J.M. Porrl.h of Gainesville, vice-pros. District I I. will attend the jfromI:
,;Ions of. aforesaid nom.. und.r the jprovl- Dated this 10th day of Director meeting
statute' March 9 at 12:00: noon at the Holiday Inn.
lions of aforesaid February A.D. 1981 In

'';'I'Btadford'.February" Dated ,this'A.l 3rd)County: 1981 day' of In February.statute.Dated this A.D.5th 1981 day of In, 4tpd Stark.3/3., .Florida.212 report..Janet Harriet Starling Main.read*the delivered secretary's the Invocation.report and Susan Faulkner gave the treasurer. 5U ZU KI i I,a F, ST. B n R K E

1 :'Florida. 2/S 4tpd 2/26. Bradford -
County Iwy 301 S...
Florida. 2/12 4tpd 3/5.
'' NOTICE' OFINTENTION ,.._; I.'

TO REGISTER NOTICE OFINTENTION Brooker:, News'by :****IDDDDDDqDDDD..tDDDDDDDDDDD.DDIthe DDDODDDDD.DDDDDDDDDD.DDD.DDDt I.DDDDDD..DDDDD.DDDD... I' DDDDDDDDDDDD.DDDD

FICTITIOUS TO REGISTER Mrs.Sue Davis weekend of April 23, 24 and 25. 3-3 with only three minutes left in the Birthday Party' n

NAME FICTITIOUS NAME Brooker CorrespondentPhone Trophys will be given for the top game. Not to be outdone with less Deena Cox!;' daughter of Mr.' and 'r

Pursuant to Section 485-1344 three teams first place individual, than a minute to play, Brooker's Mrs. Tommy-Cox celebrated her-12th
most valuable player, sportsmanshipand David Hamiltontook a pass from birthday with a
865.09. Florida Statute' Pursuant to Section group friends at her
New River Church
Baptist home runs. Mike Smith driving the ball in, to end home last
notice I I. hereby glv.n 865.09. Florida Statute Saturday afternoon: Out of
that the underilgned notice I I. hereby given Mrs. Jim Countryman announcesthe Entry fee per team is $40 and two the game 4-3 with a Brooker win. town guests fora late Birthday.Supper
E.W. Haye.. 601 S. Alton that the undersigned. outcome of her music students sof tballs. Each team participating in The next game will be played Saturday were Ann.Thomas and Gina Brit-
I Rd.. Starke, Fl. 32091 Jam. B. Powell Jr.. who entered the competition at the the tournament is asked to wear the Feb. 28th in Brooker at 10 a.m. ton and David and Cherie Farmer all
ole owner, doing, P.O. BOM U3..Slarfc. Fl. -. FFMC festival held at the Universityof same color jersey or uniforms. There Junior and Brownie of Gainesville. Mrs. Inez Green and
butlne' und_c.the firm a :32091'ole owner,doing Florida last Saturday.' Joshua will be concession stands for patrons Girl Scouts daughter of Brooker were also
nom. of AIRCO business under the firm Crawford placed Superior; Drew An- convenience. The Junior and Brownie Girl Scouts sent. pre-
HEATING Alrcondltlon. nom. of STARKE drews II, Excellent; Tootsie Tucker Church teams Interested can con- celebrated "Thinking Day" this past
Ing and Refrigeration RADIATOR SERVICE. 66.North Excellent; Mischel Vurkhalter, Excellent tact Steve phone in Brookeror week by tasting international goodies Youth Rally

601 S. Alton Rd.. Starke, "Temple Av.. ; and Cathy O'Guln Very Buddy Parson at the school. from France and Germany and by New River Church youth extend an
Fla. 32091 Intend to Starke, Flo. 32091. Intends Good. Joshua Crawford has been ask learning international dances.
invitation to the Brooker and
The sale of M and M candy by the Graham
ed to enter the to be heldIn
regliter told fictitious to register said flctltlou competition The Juniors have finished a service
6th grade recently
nom. und.r'th. provlilon nom. und.r the Tallahassee during the month of cessful. The students was wish very to extend suc project for children at Sidney Lanier youth to join them at a youth rally to
of aforesaid .provisions of aforesaid April this year. Joshua is the son of
itatute. statute.. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Crawford of their thanks to the people who sup School. They spent many hours making be held at the First Baptist Church in
instructional games. Keystone Heights, Saturday Feb. 28,
ported them in the sales .
Dated this 19th day of Dated this 10th day of .
The at 7:30
Graham.Brooker Another fund is girls are collecting recycle : p.m.
raising project on
F.bruory.'A.D. 1981 In F.bruary. A.D. 1981 In Baptist ChurchThe' the students raise materials to be sold and are also collecting The Youth Choir at Keystone will
Starke, Stark.. Florida. 2/12 agenda by the to
Florida.
2/19
Mature Christian Fellowship for their graduation clothing to give to the needy. present a musical "The Church God
4tpd 3/12. 4tpd 3/9. money banquet.A
luncheon will be held in the
bake sale will be held in front of T-Ball Built With Love", and a movie of the
NOTICE OFINTENTION NOTICE OFINTENTION Fellowship Hall,Thursday February Green's grocery, Saturday Feb. 28, All those S through 14 who are interested "Super Christian". After the program
28. All "Keen Agers" are urged to beginning at 10 a.m.and will last until in playing T-Ball please refreshments will be served. in the
TO REGISTER TO REGISTER come bring a covered dish and enjoy the goodies are all sold. notice that registration will be Saturday fellowship halt
FICTITIOUS the followship., Feb. 28 at the
FICTITIOUS -. Community
The Brooker Bulldogs Soccer team
i NAME NAME Graham Baptist Church Lake Butler Center between the hours of 9 and 12 Puppeteers Puppet Show
played host to in a soccer
NOTICE IS HEREBY Rev. James Starling wishes to announce noon under the direction of Linda David Fussell will accompany the
Pursuant to Section GIVEN that the undersigned Sunday School is at 9:45: a.m. match last Saturday. A large crowd Robinson and Margaret Dyal. "Puppeteers Puppets" of Stetson
I 863.09 Florida Statut.., desiring to and Church Service at 11 a.m.,Training was present to watch a close and exciting Around Town University to the New River Church
notlc. I.I hereby given In business Union 6 ; and at game. Brooker was first on the
.ngog. p.m. Worship 7 Rev. and Mrs: Countryman entertained where they will perform Saturday
that the undersigned und.r th.fictitious name each is invited score board with Lorenzo Prescott
p.m. Sunday. Everyone his parents Mr. and Mrs. J.E. night March 7.
Lor.tta J. Merchant. 113E. of DRAW-TITE INC.. at to attend one or both services. sinking the first goal. Lake Butler
of Jim
Countryman Gadsden Ala. and Rev. announcedthe
a Countryman
Call St.. Starke, Fl. Washington and Cherry was quick to retaliate with Alex Sanchez
Last the members of
Sunday
\ group of friends and relatives at a lun- weeks of March 8 through 15 will
32091 tole owner doing Streets, In the City of Graham Church enjoyed a musical scoring. Scott Douglas put on a cheon in their The be Youth week.
home. Sunday.
firm work
business' und.r the Starke, Florida Intnd.to display of dribbling to inside
presented by the Pate Family J.E.. will remain for
program Countryman's a
of BRET JERRY'., the said
name a register namewith of Branford. Lake Butlers defense to put Brooker
113 E. Call t., Starke, Fl. th. CI.rk of the Circuit ahead 21. Lake Butlers' Alex San- weeks visit.A .

32091 Intend* toregister Court of Bradford Brooker chez quickly sank another shot to tie new member in our community is
Elementary the newborn of
sold fictitiousnom. County Florida. the game at half time with a 22. son Mr. and Mrs.
The
Brooker
School Committee
und.r the provision Dated at Cleveland. Advisory Wayne Ellis. The baby named Jason 6
of aforesaid Ohio this 22nd day of held a meeting at the school Wayne, was born Feb S, at Shands
Brooker was the first team to score
itatute. January 1981. last Thursday night to help plan and in the second half with Mike Smith Hospital. He weighed Sibs,4 ozs., and
Dated this 26th day of RLF CORPORATION promote fund raising projects for the earning the honors. The game look was 21 Mi inches long. Grandparentsare
February, A.D. 1981 In by /S/ Robert L. Fish.,. school.A sewed for Brooker until the last Mr. and Mrs. Ruey Tetstone and .The name xylophone is from the Greek words meaning
Stark., Florida. 2/26 President. Mens Slow Pitch Softball tournament up Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ellis of Brooker. "wood tones."
when Alex Sanchez Lake
4tchg 3/19. 2/12 4tchg 3/5 will be held at Brooker school quarter kept
Butler in the scoring,even the game

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ff r Boy Scouts Find Remains of Snapping Turtle
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.11...l .......,.( ?..,..?, ,,, 2j | KM and found
., members Tim Davis Mike Stilwell something that turned out to be

.... ..,;... .; -II..priee..yott'ean' alt rd. '" quite unique.
The boys were walking along the banks of the Santa Fe river one mile West of

This Water Conditioner is Brooker when they came upon a turtle shell partly submerged in sand and
debris the water's uncovered the skull
along edge. Carefully digging, they shell
and bones of the turtle.
I the best built, most'efficient' The boys measured the shell at a little over inches long and 20 inches wide.
The head measured six inches long.

I trouble-free unit in the The two boys presented the remains of what turned out to be an alligator snapping
turtle to the Florida State Museum at the University of Florida last week. A

graduate student, Peter.Meyland who works for the Museum said this was quitea
water conditioning industry. find because it was complete. Except for the sea turtle, the alligator snapping

turtle is the largest turtle in North America. According to the World Book Encyclopedia
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Our prices are below 1 the snapping turtle could grow to weigh 200 pounds.
... J The turtles live in the Southeast and Central United States and are uncommon
,,' -" normal retail. We also because they live on the bottom of rivers and you don't see them often.
The name alligator turtle comes from the descriptive of the ridges on its back
which closely resembles an alligator's back.
,, g. ._ ,_, -.. ervice your old units For The specimen the two Scouts found when alive weighed approximately 50

pounds. It is almost the exact size of the one the Museum has in formaldehyde.
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64-5231 310 W. Call St. I'TI

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.. r '.07 acres In the country. MONDAY-FRIDAY,.,p.m. SATURDAY 9-13

\ a ; : 3' \ Over MM square foot. Evenings and Sunday by appointment

ERR cathedral ceilings Ralph P. Bryan. REALTOR
j ':" fireplace In the great

:;Jt !FfiULKNEH room, modern kitchen, '': MINT CONDITION Inside end out ... almost I acre Intown3

above. ground pool. It h.p. M 2 full baths'Mock homo.LR-...... Rm. Cont.

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:((1 1 home Ilk. this onolhsdraem 3 garage.E pecan trees i>Cae>pay equity and assume 0%%

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Apartments far Rent nice neighborhood that
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with only $ .ooo Mobil. H_. Cent ...../.,' ft wood burning ........
'", MINI ACRES'hero.," ., bylUIng' for business. and trailer ASSOCIATES! down and take upp.yeonts. DUhweshor stoves'v. ft... Good cond. i$27.700. Cam.um..dsting
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Richard' Robertt tU-SMS Ann Godwin.9445131Patsy

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brick John R.Smith 44-o217 .bedroom 2 both .home closed. back ,..-dt.. $22,000.1 1 .
ALMOST NEW home. Cbs.5. school.
HOMES-:TARKISIR. close to schools and shopp 1 GRAHAM RD. 2 eRTrYem*an 2 afros with Pace..'....r..
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f homo, location 2M.20-Park Piece. ..
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inn. ..IVB OEOROOM frame home with 4 ACRIS.:FIVE mobile, I erne S acres-Improved posture 12% down 10 vrsVt''% Inf.";'J;; '." ,
.3 14HI....... 1 Nth. In city. OUT-OP-TOWN HOMES "lid...'I 7.100. SR230E SVt. flna'..rHo v heryestebie;
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\, ''f. 1 : Health Boards Move to Avoid Conflict

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I To avoid a possible conflict of Interest Guidance Clinic board as its vice- ,claims at the present time they haveno
I', two members of the board of president and board member. policy allowing a clinic, such asBu
directors of the Bradford-Union. Driggers submitted his resignationas to enter into a contract directly

Guidance Clinic, who also serve on a member of the clinic board of with the state.
the board of the North Florida Mental directors: and as its treasurer. No The clinic has a' budget of $373,207
Health Center in Lake City, are being recommendation Was made by the through the end of January and hasexpended

replaced at the district level.. B-U clinic board on replacing Drig; $228,264.
The B-U clinic board approved a g Local funds are granted each year
plan placing Starke CPA Pat Farnsworth -' The BC commission selected vice- by both the Bradford and Union Coun-

and former Union County chairman E.W. Hodges to replace the ty Board of Commissioners,
( clerk Robert A. Driggers on the board retired Mrs. Paulk on the B-U clinic Bradford County contributed
I of the North-Florida Mental Health board / $57,000 and Union County '$22,043: bas-
Center in Lake' City. Farnsworth ed on population.
; f I would replace former BC commissioner ) Clinic Board upset Hardy said$224,298 is the amount of

Hazel Paulk and Driggers., over loss of fundsThe money the clinic got Oils year from
would replace Rev. Nicholas Daniels federal and state funds through the
on the district center board. Farn- members of the board of directors board in Lake City.Broadway.
sworth's of the Bradford-Union Guidance
appointment was approved
I Feb. 20 by the BC commission. Drig- Clinic remained upset over the prospect
gers' appointment is expected to be of losing $150,000 in funds to MusicalSet
approved at the March 3 meeting of operate the clinic over a six year
lie commission. period due to the relationship with the
I Only B-U clinic board President North Florida Mental Health Center SaturdayAt

Richard Welty, a Starke attorney In Lake City..
will continue to serve on both the The board some time ago requestedfrom Center"Don't
Lawtey
the District HI Mental Health
clinic board and the district center.
Board In Gainesville permission to
board.
Bother Me, I Can't Cope", a
contract for funds direct with the
of
Question the possible conflict of
three members serving on both the state instead of getting approval for Broadway musical by Micki Grant,
clinic and center boards discussed state funds on a contract with both will be presented at 8 p.m. Friday
was boards, but did not receive approval.The Feb. 27, at the Lawtey Community
at great length by B-U clinic directors
Center the Black-Town
Recreation by
clinic has been operating with a
at their monthly meeting Feb. 19
SES Academic Excellence... in Lake Butler President Welty loss of $30,000 in funds during the ,Players of Jacksonville
Patel Patricia Parado, Penney Hsleh. Deanna Holiday, fiscal year which ends June 30,accor- A pre-show social hour is set for
six-weeks Starke the of the
Earning straight-A's for the third at reported on progress conflict ) will be
I Elementary were (l-r): Kneeling- Besjon Allvandl. Alex and Sherry Mattox. the possibility of which has been: ding to clinic business manager :7:30: p.m. ticket Refreshments Information servo
Not present for the photo were: Noy Srivlbul, Shawna for Charles Hardy. ed. For phone
Porter, Jill Williams, and Danielle Smith. Standing: raised some time by the directors '
Renee Hewett. Allen Porter Selena Norman, Shared Blom David Thorpe, Mike Barber Robert Thorpe. of the North Florida Mental Health Even though Hernando County 964-6794. Tickets are $4.00. the Concerned
is sponsored by
The
Center board in Lake City. Mental Health Center In Brooksville play
has a contract with the state the local Citizens of Bradford County,
The matter was raised again at the
Home All- A's Jan. 27 meeting of the center board. clinic's request for permission to con- Inc. and the Lawtey Community
. ;: 1 7 SES Scholars Bring "Mr. Welty reported no answer to tract directly with the state Is being 'Recreation Committee. Proceeds will
the two
the request for clarification of the stalled because the District III Board be split by groups.

conflict of interest issue made Mr.
by
Winston Barber Starke.
and Mrs. Romeo Parado, Starke. ,
Seventeen students Starke
at and Sherry Mattox, daughter of Mr.and Dudley Hardy Bradford County at
School earned Renee Hewett,da ughter of Mr. the "
Elementary straight- torney, from Attorney General,
Mrs. Glenn Mattox, Starke.
Mrs. Mike Hewett, Starke.
A's for third six-weeks
the
grading Penney Hsieh, daughter of Mrs. and the center board minutes read. "Mr.
period which ended Jan. 20. Shawna Blom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hsieh, Starke. Welty indicated he will ,forward a

They are: Mrs. Jimmy Epps, Starke. Robert Thorpe, son of Mr. and Mrs. copy of this request to Ms. Cone. Rev.
Deanna Holiday, daughter of Mr. Selena Norman, daughter of Mr. R.D. Thorpe Starke. Don Newell reported that he will talkto
and Mrs. George Holiday, Starke. and Mrs. L.M. Norman of SR-225. Danielle Smith, daughter of Mr. legislators about obtaining a timely
Besjon Alivandi, son of Mr. and David Thorpe, son of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Dan Smith, Starke. response" from the Attorney

Mrs. Abdul Alivandi, Starke. R.D. Thorpe, Starke. Alex Porter, son of Mr. and Mrs. General. .
Noy Snbibul, daughter of Mr. and Sharad Patel, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Porter, Starke. Rev. Daniels resigned from the '
I Mrs. David Barber Starke. Bob Patel,Starke. Jill Williams, daughter of Mr. and district center board in Lake City and 'THEUTFITTERS,
Patricia Parado, daughter of Mr. Mike Barber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lamar Williams, Starke. will continue to serve the B-U
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I Back-Up Marshal Named By Hampton City CouncilPolice 1520 s. walnut St., Starke


(U.S. 301 South) 904/964-7855
I Allen Burdick was sworn-In by City driver for thoroughbred horses. He Hampton was approved last October Limitedto
Clerk Gordon Wadsworth as backup lives with his family in the Hamptonarea. to receive CETA funds by the 200 Gal./Month
police officer in the City of Hamptonat Florida Employment Service and will
a special meeting Thursday, Feb. Councilwoman) Jane Hall voted for be reimbursed for his salary. Mayor Hank Lott brought up a $396 Sat. March 7th -10 a.m
19. Diane Bruno when the vote was taken Steve Clarke was hired last Octoberfor gas bill for the police car during a :

Burdick, 42, had previously been by the board. The application of Terry the post but resigned last January 30-day period.As .
selected on a 3-1 vote at a meeting of Sny of Starke for the post was re- 12. a result of a long discussion, *< Guns Ammo Knives
council Wednesday, Feb. 11. Burdick jected at a previous meeting. Burdick was approved by the Marshall Fred Phillips turned in a .
previously worked as a security Burdick was hired as the backup of- Florida Employment Service on the credit card and council unanimouslyvoted
t guard in Ft. Lauderdale and as a ficer at a salary of) $4 an hour. day he was sworn in. to buy its gas from Lott's Coun- Archery and Reloading Supplies
I try Corner and limit the amount of

purchases to 200 gallons a month. Night Vision and Survival Equip.
I Lott stated he was not looking for
1
. Aetna is New County Health Insurance Carrier. the business at his store when he

brought Up the gas bill.
Wadsworth pointed out the police
Unsure of a new self-insurance program Bill Howard, Blue Cross Blue percent lower, although the self- .department had spent the following fttECOHIlHUEttM i POPUMR DEMAND l
offered by the Florida Leagueof Shield representative, criticized the insurance rates were nearly that amount of money since he took over b .
Municipalities, three Bradford self-insurance program at length. much cheaper in the county bids. as clerk last October.
county commissioners voted to accept Howard questioned if the fund wouldrun "I don't know if I had lost money for The includes: salaries

an Aetna bid that costs more. out of money, questioned if the the last six years if I'd be up here," $3,696, gas money and oil$1,032.64, telephone

untried insurance fund would cover all expenses before Commissioner Hodges told Howard. bills, $482.32 through January g1CED
"It's ;
an program }, IcHTK
It is the of insurance
takes and job
the reinsurance plan over, companiesto
for total of
with too many if's, said Commis- take risks repairs on car Irr3.88, a
Howard said.
sioner Lawrence Mosley. Commis- cautioned the commissioners to In- $6,48484.Lola .
sioner Homer Hart seconded vestigate all ramifications of self- "It's our job, too to take risks to K
save ," Hodges said, adding hedidn't
Mosley's motion to with Aetna and insurance. money Williamson
go
Howard said insurance feel the self-insurance
Chairman E.L. (Newt) Norman went companies"are program Rescinds
taking a bath" now, that the self- would be too big a gamble for one Resignation
with them.
of insurance program rates are 20-40 year. Councilwoman Lola Williamsontore
The insurance committee Com- up her letter of resignation at the
missioners Maxie Carter Jr. and request of the other board members.
E.W. Hodges and Clerk Gib Brown She became incensed when a letter
recommended the Aetna programand City and County OfficialsTo was written to Bill Causey managerof
the self-insurance program. The
the Surplus Property Warehousethat
committee was leaning toward the Ted Curtis, chairman of council;
self-insurance program for the coun Mayor Lott, and Wadsworth were to
ty's health and hospitalization program Be Briefed on New Laws be the ones who could sign for surplus
but Clerk Brown said either approach .
'property for the City of Hampton.On
would be in line. Carter and New state legislation, affecting local The fourth week's session, held a motion by Curtis, council approved -
t
Hodges did not vote against the Aetna government, will be the topic of the Wednesday night, Feb. 25, was Mayor Lott, councilwomen

plan. final workshop for municipal and centered around downtown revitalization Williamson and Hall plus councilman ,, ,
.' '" n.
.
The Aetna program, at $93.88 per county officials at the courthouse in and included Improvement Chuck Rowland as the ones allowed to 'I'. ; \1"1', \,,,1,(:',";( ',' '" ,. ." )' :', ,
month,will cost$6.40 per month more .Mle'. -/ ', .i I' .' '
Lake Butler tax increment
Wednesday, March 4, at techniques, legislation, 'sign for surplus property. '

per program.employee It will than cost the each self-insurance employee 7:30: p.m.Speakers. for this last of a five-part topics.financing, organization and other :'h. :.: 1 ><,::tf c'd'mi tt : ]c' ::'Cr 'am :

$2.22 more per month and the county The sessions have been attended
training session, sponsored by the weekly EI
for each .
$418 more per month been Florida Cooperative Extension Ser by city and county officials, as I I II
employee. The county has pay- vice and the Department of Com- well as interested citizens in a four- w
ing Blue Cross-Blue Shield $88.48 per munity Affairs, will include John county area, including Bradford, PSC Approves City's I I +

month per employee. The self- Thomas, of the Florida Association of Baker, Union, and Columbia counties. Energy Conserv. Plan
beena
would have
insurance program County Commissioners; Robert The sessions are open to the public,
slight saving at $87.48. Coker, Florida League of Cities, and as well as all officials. Registrationstarts Teaching citizens how to increasethe 1 1P
Aetna bid, low among regular in- Jim Wershow of the University of at 7 p.m.and the$1.50 cost may efficiency of their electric consumption 1
surance companies, was $39.47 per Florida Institute of Food and be paid at the door. is the essence of Starke's
month for single coverage and $54.41 Agriculture Sciences. For more information, contact NeilH. modified energy conservation plan

per month for family coverage, or a The session will include an over- Spirtas, Community DevelopmentAgent which was approvdyesterday by the
total package of $93.88. The Florida view of laws passed at the 1980 at Macclenny 259-3520, or Florida : .
Municipal Health Trust Fund, the legislative session affecting city and County Agent Bob Taylor at Starke, Effective April 1,the plan is designed
self-insurance program, bid $87.48. county government, as well as the 9646280. to meet Starke's share of the
Blue Cross-Blue Shield bid $94.71 outlook In the upcoming 1981 session. 10-year goal for reducing peak
Independent $96.95, Liberty National Wershow, author of the "Green Belt" kilowatt demand and kilowatt hour,

$104.39 Metropolitan $107.41, Liberty law, will also discuss present and 31-Acre Industrial Park... .,,consumption In Florida. The following -
Life $114.34.The future agricultural legislation. seven programs comprise .the
county went to bids after Blue From Page IA) 'modified, plan:
Cross-Blue Shield said it would have neiKiiuuriiuoo commercial (CN) for The city will offer each eligible 'fo, Oe'.aISfS ,'autw/ R'li/hts, ,
12 when the William R. Gordon who operates Gor- :customer a Home Energy Analysis I Seafood Specials
go up percent present r 'R .fJrv.flct'. :
VarianceTo don Air-Conditioning Co. in the P.'aasll' .
contract ends. BC-BS has carried the City pro- i whereby a trained energy analyst will
perty. The business was grand- visit the customer's home .
county health insurance for the past by appointment
fathered in and Gordon wants the
three and the commissioners [ to determine electricity
years, urged ways
Allow House
change to properly classify the
proparty be used Offers
not to go to bids, citing their can more efficiently
the business is on, the zoning of- Yiark'I
service record. ;for this service will be mailed to all
.
The new policy raises the room rate fice. says.A 1 eligible customers by April 1.There Is
from $59 to whatever a semiprivateroom On Lafayette St. proposed neighborhood conve- la'. $15.00 charge for this service.
nience store and fast food franchiseby
.The city will convert street
costs. It is an 80/20 policy with a
Joseph A. Scanlan on a 2-acre tract
$100 deductible, meaning after the By unanimous vote the City of three miles north of Starke on the lighting and outdoor lighting from
employee has to pay the first$100 plus Starke board of adjustment voted to west side of US-301. just south of the mercury vapor to high pressure
20 until the claims reach ,sodium vapor bulbs.The ;
percent grant a variance to George and Underwood Motel, from rural
open will Initiate water heater
$5,000. Alter$5,000 the policy pays all Florence Randall to allow them to (OR) to neighborhood commercialCN .conversion- city from strip toWHOiaSALB
promotion
expenses. build a single family house at 700 ( ). .
Maximum out of pocket .heating to air conditioning waste. heat
expensesfor
West Lafayette Street. All the will
zoning changes come '
an employee will be $1,100. Albert Lee Crosby,Jr., Starke plan- for consideration at the March up recovery. water, heating, dedicated : .
31

but The the room employee rate is is better required in the to policy pay ning the and property zoning director zoned,RIC explainedthat which meeting Director of L.M.the zoning Gaines board.reported that water,heat The pump heating.will water initiate' heating iprogram,: or solar encouraging ,' :y t, l.S ::4 : lt :t !n'ti t f" .1, "O.I :

more out of pocket. The commission provides for a single family dwelling 38 permits with fees totaling $1,523 city the elimination of electric r qy r
felt it had to get away from first to be built on a lot 75 by 100. were issued in February, and 69 in-
dollar coverage) to hold down the costs strip space heating.
The Randalls applied for the
made. This
spections were Februarywas a
The city will conduct Public
of the
policy. variance to build the house on a 60 a better month than Feb. a year address
:Awareness to
The Florida Municipal Health Trust Program appliance -
foot wide lot.
ago, but was off from this January,
the various
Fund set up last July, has so farenrolled Crosby explained the property Is Gaines said. A good month in March efficiency oilers and con ef-
over) 50 cities but only one near Myrtle Street and fits well with then a slowdown is predicted by the sumer program standards., energy 1
county. The Trust Fund has a reinsurance the other houses In the area. zoning director who said he reckonedhe ficient building 1 e
The wUl offer assistance for
city
program with Lloyd's of Lon-
"The streets are paved and the can predict as well as most.
and Industrial
Commercial ,
don
to take care of "
drainage is good Crosby said. Don Rardon was re-elected chair
caper '
obtain
lness. to analyses.
The.plan is slightly No one appeared before the boardof man of the zoning board and Art Customers. energy
but if the -"With Florida's dependence on RAMS
county had a good year it FARM
to
adjustment protest. Schulz was re-elected vicechairmanin
could oil 70 ,
approaching
get a rebate. If claims were foreign percent
Board member Wallace Wise made ,
session.
reorganization Other
a
than ,electric utilities are getting Into the
more
the
county paid In, the cost
the motion the variance and
to board members
grant zoning are Robert
of the would business of selling energy PRODUCE
program go up the next .FOODMARKET
veteran board member Elizabeth said
'ear. Scott. Wiley Langford.. Wayne Walker seconded it. Chairman Hersey, Mrs. Nancy Odom, and Fred -L .'
Many
Charles, Schaefer. "This is
clUes '' I Mayor
are going to self-
concurred with, I ,
Insurance George Roberts, Jr., Mueller. .v to marketour a RITAItAIT
programs to save money on the and it 3-0 vote,: "I this why we plan aggressively
ever Increasing request passed by a (j do really enjoy job, RarI conservation program,
health : especially
ICIIItI, Insurance at the Tuesday.Feb.24 meeting of the I don said, thanking the board for its said.
he
with the high use customers;
board. vote of confidence.' : M. T...... .... $1.s'k.rl..
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,Supreme Court Refuses t. Block Knight's March 3 Execution '


Florida's Highest court unanimously evaluating Knight's contention,whichis death warrant January making:it Miami and was suspected in the slay. from presiding at knight's Bradford Imposing on the defendant the
voted Tuesday night, Feb. 24, to the one Death Row inmates in recent the. 13th death warrant the governorhas ing of a Georgia store clerk before he County trial without making a public burden of proving that the act or
refuse to block the scheduled March 3 years have used most frequentlyin signed since taking office two was recaptured in Florida. statement on the matter. omission was a substantial and
execution of Thomas Otis Knight,con- their last-ditch appeals. years ago. Chief Judge Theron A. Yawn Jr. serious deficiency measurably below
victed of killing a wealthy surburban Prior to the ruling defense at- Knight was indicted several months Wayne M. Carlisle, that of competent counsel.
Miami couple and last October was torneys filed a federal court appeal In The warrant calls for Knight to be ago by the Bradford County Grand Administrative Circuit Judge in Forcing a defendant to
indicted for killing a Florida. State Miami asking that Knight's death put to death between Friday, Feb. 27, Jury for the stabbing death of correctional Union County, to preside over the demonstrate that the error affectedthe
Prison Correctional officer., sentence be set aside. Attorneys rais- and Friday,March 6. Supt. C.E. (Son- officer Richard J. Burke of trial if Knight is not executed.The outcome of a case to his detrimentand
The decision by the Supreme Court ed the same basic issue raised five ny) Strickland then set the date and Orange Park last Oct. 12. Burke was Florida Supreme Court used wasn't just a harmless error.
broke new ground in death cases. The years ago that alleged ineffective time for Knight to be put to death In stabbed to death with a serving spoon Knight's appeal to set an important Giving the state the opportunity to
justices voted 6-0 against Knight's re assistance of court-appointed counsel the electric chair. The execution is, handle sharpened into a knife when he precedent. prove beyond a reasonable doubt that
quest to discard his death sentence on during Knight's appeal in 1976. still set for 7 a.m. Tuesday, March 3. went to Knight's cell to escort him to a Those justices adopted a fourpointtest any proven error did not really affect
grounds that he received ineffective His present'attorneys have In- shower. set out by a federal appeals courtin the outcome of the case.
assistance from his court-appointed ,dicated they will formally seek a stay 1979. In denying the motion to block the I
lawyer when the case first went of execution Wednesday, Feb. 25. Knight 29. a graduate of the FBI's The Burke case is set to go'to trial The ruling includes: execution the justices stated the four
before the state's highest court in "I think we'll get a stay Most Wanted List, was sentenced to at the Bradford County Courthouse In Requiring a defendant to alleged legal errors cited by Knight's
1976. eventually" said Fletcher Baldwin of die for the July 17, 1974 kidnappingand Starke the week of March 16. 53 cases enumerate a specific detailed omis- attorneys were either not errors at all
"None of the asserted failures or Gainesville, a University of Florida slaying of Sydney Gans, a well-to-t are on the court docket on the calen sion or overt act by a defense lawyer or were not serious enough to warranta
omissions establish a serious ,in. law professor who is part of Knight's. do paper-bag manufacturer and his dar for motion and docket day Mon- that made his work ineffective. reduction in his sentence.
competency that >falls. measureably defense team. wile Lillian, after they had paid a day, March 2, at 9 a.m.
below the peformance expected of appellate ,"But I don't know where it will be," $50,000 ransom. While he wast
counsel," the Justices said. Baldwin said. trial in that case, Knight; Circuit Court Judge R.A. "Buzzy"
"They employed four new criteria in Gov. Bob Graham signed; Knight's escaped from Dade County Jail inTV\ Green, Jr., recently excused himself $3.00 off GIANT PIZZA


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I Inmate Criminal Activity Continues at PrisonsOne | $1.OOoff )..- MEDIUM PIZZA

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inmate was stabbed, two placed In a holding cell after being' To attract help, Harris punched hltaright ago attempted a similar escape that Offer Good Thru .. nI'
escaped, and were recaptured at called out of their regular cells. hand through a window and call- left buckshot in his buttocks from one Al:'i
Florida State Prison while an inmatewas Young was awaiting a visit from an ed down'to his supervisor in the yard.In of four shots fired by two female correctional March 4, 1981 /: : -: -
shot in the foot trying to escape attorney. Boston was awaiting the process, Harris severely cut his officers in two towers. .
and a correctional officer sustained a transportation to the courthouse in right wrist on the broken glass,according .... On this attempt Bavitista made it v\ Staotant
hand injury in incidents at Union Correctional Starke. to Bradford. over the fence, but was caught in a e
Institution during the past Two Inmates dressed in prison Harris was taken to Union General,, field by two correctional officers stationed 1 g 1 ;
week. blues walked away .from their job Hospital Lake Butler where he was at the River Gate who ran him
20-year-old FSP inmate Norman assignment at the fence-post treat- treated in the emergency room by Dr. down.
Boston was stabbed by another In- ment plant at FSP Thursday, Feb 19, E.L. Hardin.Dr. Prison officials confirmed only one p.TJUv 301 S. Starke
mate Thursday Feb. 19, while but were recaptured several hours William J. Lennon executive shotgun shell was fired by a tower officer ,, 964-6877
awaiting transportation to the Brad- later around 7:30: p.m. at the prison director of the Bradford-Union that struck the inmate in the
ford County Courthouse In Starke dump. Guidance Clinic, told the board of foot.Bavitista SPECIALS '2.25

where he was subpoenaed to testify in The plant is on the prison groundsbut directors at their monthly meeting sentenced last April in ........DAILY.......LUNCHEON..................................................
behalf of another inmate on trial for a outside the perimeter fence. that he hypnotized the officer in orderto Pinellas County to three years for attempted
stabbing murder last year. One of the inmates, identified as allow him to relax his hand and burglary, was treated at the TINY PIZZA 99 Anytime
Boston, sentenced to serve life in Michael Keating, 28, is serving a five- arm so that Dr. Hardin could put the UCI hospital where he was listed in
prison on rape and robbery charges -sentence for from the muscles back in place so the wrist good condition according to Bradford.
year escaping
from Washington County, was takento Largo Community Correctional could be set properly. Harris was kept .. . ,
Shands Teaching Hospital in Institution in Pinellas County. overnight at UGH and released the I
Gainesville for wounds to the neck The other inmate, identified as Ned next morning. ,
arms and shoulders. He underwent Cate, 21, is serving a five-year Bradford stated an investigationwas
surgery the night of the stabbing. sentence for burglary and grand being conducted by prison
Department of Corrections larceny from Hillsborough County.A authorities into the incident. Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds
spokesman Vernon Bradford stated correctional officer was injured Williams is serving a life sentence
Boston was stabbed by inmate after confronting an inmate at UCI on from Dade County for murder,plus 15
George Young, Jr., a Miami H-Wing during a lock down at 6:15: years for assault with intent to commit
murderer serving three life terms. p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 18. murder and a one-year term for
Bradford pointed out the two in- Bradford confirmed Officer PatrickN. possession of a weapon bY' a state
mates were handcuffed in a holdingcell Harris was taking the count, when prisoner. Used Car Specials I
when Young stabbed Boston he was confronted in the hallway by In another incident at UCI, an inmate ='
twice,several times with a sharpened inmate Robert G. Williams. was shot in the right foot as he
piece of metal from a food tray at- Harris confronted Williams, accor- climbed over the east side of the
tached to an "Afro comb" handle. ding to Bradford, when the officer perimeter fence at UCI Thursday,
"He'd have probably kiled him if asked Williams where he was supposed Feb. 19.
not for the handcuffs, Bradford said.. to be, the inmate became abusive It was the second attempt by the In- 1979 Chevrolet 1/2 ton 6 cyl, solid red, power steering, power]
He pointed out there was no motive. and started swinging at the officer. mate Jose Bavitista, who six weeks '.
4 "They just didn't' like. ,each other., I ( ak.ew.uto, rao ;.alr.- OMi. clean as (1ew20OOO.miles.: // -, -
g said. "fan*,
Bradford confirmed Young had as Speei t.S ie
history of violence at FSP Including a a $589500
couple of stabbing incidents, while
Boston was convicted of aggravated Guitar Cases
battery last year for the stabbing of a NOW'
prison barber. Wot 1978 OldS Delta 88 Royal 4 Dr., power steering, power brakes, tilt

Bradford stated the two men were $29.50............................................ $25.50
wheel air cond. cruise control vinyl top nice clean one owner.
$36.50............................................. S32.5O ,

lJCI LookoutsFoil e $41.50............................................$37.5D $499500

r $22.50 ............................................_$10.50

EscapeFour W .lz 2050.......................................... $16.50 1978 Chrysler COrdOba -
2 Dr., all the extras, including leather

Union Correctional Institution \... ",:a) $84.50..............................................$74.SO
inmates were foiled in their attemptto seats only 44,000 miles real nice.
escape Sunday, Feb. 22, accordingto $79.50............................................ $72.50All $4895 GD
Department of Corrections Record Albums & Tapes
I spokesman Vernon Bradford.
I Bradford stated that at 7:10: pm. Current Releases 1978 BUICk LaSabre. -
correctional officer Latrella ell '100 custom coupe, power steering,power
600 3S&s
Stoutamire, watching from tower #/2, Reg.6.-'S" ac > Singles
noticed two inmates crawling on their Ask about our Piano Rentals brakes, power window, tilt AM-FM, 50-50 front seats, velour interior, 36,000
stomachs toward the inner perimeter
fence between towers 1 and 2. Bradford MAC'S MUSIC SHOP miles, real nice clean car. S aD
identified the pair as Larry B. 5195
Arterburn. 40, and Douglas B. (Cc(;([C6CcC.: E raf1Z[ t CE(HH.HUt(: : EGtttGG(
Haislip, 41.Officer
Stoutamire contacted a 964-7391 1976 OldS Delta Royal 4 Dr. hard clean much like
ground crew of CO's who took the pair top, very new,

into custody. new tires tilt wheel A/C cruise control power door locks one owner we
Officer Dobbie Warren in Tower#/3 ,
s noticed another inmated Bradford
identified as Warren W. McClish 49. sold; car new.
"
crawling along the river gate $299500
perimeter fence about 25 yards south
of tower #/4. Fred Mueller Is MAD '

t j A ground crew took McClish into ,. 1976 DatSUn Wagon solid red, good transportation and good
I custody and noticed another inmate MAD MAD *& MADHe
had cut a I1 a foot hole in the inner gas milage. Save on this one. S
perimeter fence, Bradford'reported.He 249500
has talked about dogs cows
identified that inmate as WilliamC. ,

James, 71.Arterburn horses, chickens, fence posts, Gauch

robbery and is possession serving of 10 a years firearmby for '0 wire, all types of feed, seed and 1975 POntiaC AStre 2 Dr. Hatchback, 4 cyl., auto trans., air cond.

a convicted felon in Broward County hardware needs.

.Haislip: according to Bradford, People aren't hearing $159500*

serving 75 years for robbery and attempted
,; murder in Orange County.

is McClish serving,53 also: years from for Orange robbery County, at- : Well take Notice NO 1975 TR 7 COUpe Only 55,000 miles and real clean. (Save on this one

napping tempted in murder Orange,:and County.attempted kid-. Fred is Talking about and try as is) was S3195 NOW
522
James! ,to from Bradford Brevard is County serving; acCording 114- $$$$ MONEY; $$$$ SODa

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trespass cnarge after police receiveda Ray McClellan. 22, and Ralph Ed-
I complaint that someone was Bleep ward Griffis, 18, all of Starke, on
News Briefs......... ing in the school owned property. misdemeanor possession of mari
Bradford County Judge Elzie S. juana.Rosier.
Sanders placed Carter on probationfor was also charged by police
1979 Honda Civic he was driving wan SO days and ordered him to stay with driving while his license was 1 ,
Inmate Pleads GuiltyTo estimated at$800. away from the school property. suspended or revoked.
Assault on COA Both cars were westbound on CR-16 The trio posted surety bonds and
when the Honda started passing and were released from the Bradford
Union Correctional Institution inmate the Pontiac attempted a left turn intoa Man ArrestedFor County Jail in Starke.
changed his plea to guilty private drive where the vehicles collided LoiteringA
Wednesday Feb. 18, on charges of attempted
according to the Florida
robbery and battery of a law Highway Patrol. Starke man was arrested by Hit & Run Car Each dinner includes:
enforcement officer in circuit court in Trooper D.C. Roberts cited Mattox Brooker authorities on a charge of Leaves SceneAn French fries 'Cole slawDAILY 'Hush PuppIes
Lake Butler. for of lane loitering and prowling at 3:33 a.m., P.
improper 4
change or UNTIL
LUNCH SPECIAL
Charles Benjamin Dedmon,28,was course. Tuesday, Feb. 24. unknown vehicle struck anothercar
charged with attempting to take a Marshal Tommy Raulerson arrested and left the scene of the mishap on .2 boneless, fish' fillets j
mail bag away from Correctional Officer Thomas M. Edwards 29 oJ US-301 at CR-16 at 3:29 p.m. Friday crisp french fries $199
C.C. Whitley last Aug. 29. The Car ClobberedIn STarke on the loitering and {prowlingcharge. Feb. 20.Clarinoa. .2> hush puppies
change of plea was made just prior to Saddle Burch 27, of
the case being presented to a jury Rear End Edwards was booked at the Brad- Starke was not injured but damage to D's.
which was selected two days before Two cars collided on CR-16150 feet ford County Jail In Starke and was the 1972 Chevrolet sedan she was driving a Captain
the change of plea. east of Oak Street in Starke at 12:53 released after he posted a $108 cash was estimated at $150.
Circuit Court Judge Wayne M. a.m. Saturday, Feb. 21. bond. The Chevrolet was traveling Hwy. 301 South, Startle
Carlisle ordered a presentencereport James S. Williams, 28, of Lawteywas through the intersection when the Archer Rd. at Putter Raza. Oafnesvllla
before a sentence is handed not injured but damage to the unknown vehicle made a left turn into
down in the case.No date has been set 1972 Chevrolet sedan he was drivingwas City Man ArrestedFor the Chevrolet and then left the scene,
for sentencing. estimated at$75. Stealing GlovesA according to the Starke Police
Dedmon is serving 114 years for attempted Herbert Eugene of Department.The Fresh FrozenHamburgr
murder and possession of a Jacksonville was not Injured but Starke man was arrested for mishap was. investigated by Baking Hens
firearm by a convicted felon in Duval damage to the 1977 Pontiac sedan he retail theft at a department store at Captain W.S. (Scotty) Rhoden. ]
County. was driving was estimated at $3,500.: the Bradford Square Shopping CenterIn Steaks :
Starke at 5:10 Wednesday.Feb. 6 911
The p.m.
Chevrolet traveling west on Lb.
Driver 16 5 OZ.
18. Asleep
CR-16 stopped for a car in front of it.
DWI ChargedTo The Pontiac traveling west on CR-18 Patrolman Eston G. Mosher charged Semi JackknifesA .5 Lb. Average
Starke ManA struck the Chevrolet In the rear, according Ronald Wesley Cam 33, of Starke $595
to the Starke Police Depart- with retail theft of two pairs of jeans St. Petersburg man fell asleep
Starke man was arrested for DWI ment. from T.G&Y. and the semi-truck he was driving
after the car he was driving struck a The mishap was Investigated by Cam posted a surety bond and was went across the median into the First Cute
parked car on SR-121 in front of the Patrolman Gregory R. Nichols who released from the Bradford County woods, struck two trees and then
Farm Bureau Insurance Office in did not issue a citation. Jail in Starke. Jackknifed, on US-3013.8 miles northof Pork Chops
Lake Butler at 9:22: p.m.Sunday,Feb. Lawtey at 7 a.m. Monday, Feb. 23. 5 Lbs.
22.Willie School Owned House James Raymond Dunlap, 80, of St. Chicken
Robinson, Jr. suffered minor 3 ArrestedOn Petersburg was not injured but
No Place to Legs, Thighs or Wings
SleepA
injuries that did not require treat Drug ChargesThree damage to a 1972 GMC semitruckthat $549
ment but damage to the 1974 Starke man was arrested by was pulling a 1973 Fruehauf
Chevrolet sedan he was driving was police after he was found asleep in a Starke men were arrested by flatbed he was driving was estimatedat $4O
estimated at 1500. block house owned by Bradford police on misdemeanor drug charges $3,000. 5 Lb,Box
Damage to the parked 1973 School Board on Orange Street 35 feet after an officer was called to US-301 The semi was going north on US-301
Oldsmobile 88 owned by Beady south of Washington Street on the and Center Street in Starke to investigate when the driver fell asleep at the
Copeland of Raiford was estimatedat west side of the road, at 10:20 p.m. at 6:08 p.m.Thursday Feb. wheel the vehicle crossed the median 4lbs.T-Bones,4lbs.Delmonlcos .
$500. Monday Feb.23.Patrolman and southbound traffic lanes then or4lbs.
19.Patrolman '
The Oldsmobile was parked in the E.W. Wilkinson ar- E.W. Wilkinson ar- proceeded to strike two trees and .Rib
parking lane unoccupied southboundon rested Monroe Carter, 37, on the rested Adam Keith Rosier,19; Jimmy jackknived. -4Ibs.T-Bones.4lbs. hik Eye steak
SR-121. The Chevrolet went into .. '
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the parking lane headed south and .
4lbS.Rib Steaks
collided with the Oldsmobile knockingit
upside down according to the CETA JOB OPENINGSTeacher Eye SteakS -5 lbs Hot Dogs or
Florida Highway Patrol. -' Ibs.Hamburger Smoked Sausages
Trooper D.C. Roberts cited Robinson Aid Recreation Leader Steaks Ibs.Whole Loin
for DWI. -Sibs.Chlx Legs or c Pork Chops
Construction Supervisor Patron Assistant Breast -S Ibs,Extra LeanS
Semi OverturnsOn IDS.whole Loin Ground Beef
Clerk Typist II Teacher Aid
Ellerbe CurveA Pork Chops r -10 Ibs.CWx legs or

Gainesville man was chargedwith Radio Dispatcher FirepersonClerk -5 Ibs.Hot Dogs or Breast
speed too fast for conditions smoked Sausage '3 Ibs.Bacon
after the semi-truck he was driving Typist II Bookkeeping Assistant -1 pkg.vegetables -5 Ibs.French Fries

turned over on Ellerbe Curve on Clerk Typist II r .2 pkg.Vegetables
SR-121 2.2 miles north of Raiford at ; .' : .
10:13 a.m. Friday Feb. 20. $3695 ;. :
Joseph A. Davis, 32, of Gainesvillewas $5495
not injured but damage to the All applicants applying for the above positions must met the following basic

was 1973 driving Mack semi was tractor estimated and trailer at $5,000.he eligibility requirements: ((1)) Be a Bradford County resident, (2)) Be

The truck was north bound on unemployed 15 out of the last 20 weeks, ((3) Be economically disadvantaged.For .
SR-121 failed to make the "S" curveat
the railroad crossing and overturned Southern Foods
according to the Florida Highway

Patrol.Trooper H.T. Hardee cited Davis further Information contact the: >, 1035 s.E., 4th st and N.w. 6th,Ave., &>N.w. ist.st.' .

for speed too fast for conditions. Florida State Employment Service 377-7800 Gainesville 377-7000

209 W. Call St. (Old Courthouse) HOURS: am 5:30: pm Mon.-Thur.
Shoplifting ChargedTo Frl. 9 am 6 pm
Starke, Fl 32091 Phone 964-8092
Starke ManA Sat.. 9 am 1 pm

Starke man was arrested by
police on a charge of two counts of
retail theft at 3:20: p.m. at the Brad- MARTIN L. BROWN M.D.
ford Center in
Square Shopping
Starke Sunday, Feb. 22. OPENING OFFICES SOON
Jesse James Rice, 48, of Starke. -
was arrested by Starke Police Of- 275 W. Main St. 142 W. Call St. February Sale
ficers Eston G. Mosher and Asa B.
Sharp Jr. on retail theft of a pair of Lake Butler Fla. Starke Fla.
western boots from TG&Y. and the 496-3505 964-8206
theft of a. bottle of Musk Oil from Reduction
Eckerd's Drugs. Inventory
Hours
Rice posted bonds of$160.50 on each by Appointment
charge and was released from the

Bradford County Jail In Starke. ractlce Includes: New & Used Tractors .: :', I

Car Turns Left Internal MedicineCardloPulmonary Diagnosis ft Treatment of ., .

Into CollisionA Medical Diseases .1 : '. '
And Farm Equipment ,1//
Starke woman was charged with Disease Diseases of the Heart
improper change of lane or course J'
Thursday Feb. 19, after her car was and Lungs

involved in a traffic accident with Gastroenterology Diseases of the Stomach and
another car on CR-16 4.5 miles west of
Starke. IntestinesDiabetes Planters J Tractors
Carolyn C. Mattox 23, of Starke
was not Injured but damage to the Equipment
Silage
1977 Pontiac sedan she was drivingwas General Practice
estimated at $600. Plows.
William A. Thomas 67, of Starke, Temporary Office at Union General Hospital Mowers ,
was not injured but damage to the
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''Bush Mfj WilliFJound _t OfM( g Fellow Inmate:


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:ass A five-man seven-woman circuit torney Special futtfe 'Defender ed Friday. Feb. :39. asked. Williams if lV i;+ I
3 3 court nasium. Freeman' Judge Green then ordered officers the handcuffs on his right hand so that
:a.? penalty jury for a recommended Florida State the Prison death In- the Mack Inmate'Fuich ., (tars*, call aven of he had changed his mind about not times in the back, J.f ,to take Williams out of the courtroom he could sign the paper the finger-
wttapMtt .wh* testifying. Williams replied he records. ', ,'" ; and mace him, if that
so prints
&: .; mate Richard Sherman "Bush AM"S3.J3 the ? necessary were printed on.
waiting in
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netting ccOs outside wanted the inmate Futch Williams
again the
fingerprinting operation could Williams was more subdued when j
: Williams who ,
was found guilty Fri- courrem .bed N.nAaMd..yina Subpeoenaed to to hi behalf. '' ?
testify take
stand when called place. the jury came back with the
t: =S day Feb. 20, of murder i* the first their teatw..r .... 'imm.tertaf. This brought out a reUUcmsnip bet *w .*fc* advisory
-r- testify in this i + Florida law requires a person ad- verdict.
: degree of another Inmate.
unnUa.. ...
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6Dldmisai-< ween the convict and hie .
attorney
While the < Judged of felony to be finger-
jury
The jury, after 2 how and Jtt hie ;; WJjy guilty
WllWemaNf1saI4AG.take the which at the start of toe final '
day appeared its In in front the
.: minutes of deliberation, -f* tad .stand In bill ewit totetf strained."It recomm (.;, printed open court of
::3 Williams guilty of subbing fellow inmate -. TeUtnMux I advisory gents presiding judge.
was friiaatol I by Aida Is Mr Futch
understanding '
my ; 4r
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,: Huff ordered the When the Inmate came back he was
to death with kuifatied tant
Roy State
a "
AttarasyTam BlweU that wants to withdraw from the,case
Williams. 'fingerprinted and officers unhooked
:: to a long broom stick. WUlians had .s*t..*.4! ,,to' prison Williams told the court.' upsei'' ; ; l
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Obviously iAFi
: Huff was killed by the knife that. investigator. that. Mutt- ,had been Futch denied that .he a4 told his diet, Williams

pierced his lung,.liver and. heart. harassing him. Huffvaa J.4n or on client: he wanted t. withdraw. in the courtro._ (. WORK CLOTHES o
Q-Wlng. the jneat MCTW* Mt.- or the Judge Green explataed: that it was be fingerprint *" "
S SUPER SALE
The !
jury deliberated 40 minute StaU'SIMSiM the court's duty to see that. 'an inmate and taunted J '
= before by majority vets recolnnle$,, t has competent consul.. 3 COMPLETE WORK SUITS
"put yours on 7'j :
: ed to Circuit Court Judge R.A. "Buszy" -' Ruttaeraaerv<.tsait>iaysi ndact aamesatacer Judge Green, when William again W' 1 x ,
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: Green, Jr., that William* be put for.Inmates ifeenfined to. refused to take the stand. ordered 1 l Pants $1050 rlaasiooShirts
: to death for the murder. The court t Is Futch to } . Sh'pp'' .rn
their cells and provide their only eon.' begin his final argument to Judge Green rhed* .... .... .. .. ..
:, not bound by the jury's recommendation the no.Po / lean"1." -. .- .. ...
notion with Uw rest of the,prison., Jury. tlonal officers to it IJllrtl ....._h.werp.r
and ordered a presonUncereport After the jury returned itt verdict from the courtrO6tin l; 40 lktb''" I CHOOSE COLOR: PANTS 0 GREEN D PI'Jf<
before a final sentence Is handeddown. William told AKtao ''jGreee+ that of guilty of murder in the first........ before he was I "t' SHIRTS L G EIN L SlUt
Judge Green sent lb. to M J SHORT 011 LONG SLf If
Huff had Ja.to Jury out 4s'
spit .food' tray,
,
The trial started PANTS WAIST LENGTH
en Wednesday.Feb. lunch. '
When ;
withheld laod threw* hrt'wOee en Willie L '
him and had been generally.abusive.. dwell presented Information to the handcuffs were, SHIRT SIZES SMLSHORT
18, and the state concluded ib SLEEVE LONe SLEEVE
: The inmate reported on the day of jury that Williams was serving a lute and officers a A l
case Thursday. Feb. If. the murder he hadnt eaten, in '.48. sentence for the stabbing death ef) holding his handcuff 1.0101'1" Name '
After the state's case was completed hours prior to firm*iavlkMer. fellow inmate Jimmy Ross Freemanon "Kangaroo CoMrft t I ..cufc6 1 LCMO.CE I Address ,
Williams requested that hi*at- told those in the '
Judge Green,slblursaltsree'en. ,
May 13, 1973 at the FSP jryns- CltV'State'ZiP. Phone

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As Soon As Investigation is Complete { EAGLE STORES DISCOUNT FAMILY "

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Assistant State Attorney Harris A. mates who held lumina hostage. Rimes just before the officers stormed I' ;
Tobin told this paper that as soon asa Rimes was hospitalised for a stabbing the room where the. incident was;
the task force completes an Investigation wound.la the right shoulder at takIng place. oa
into the hostage situation in Union General Hospital'' ,ta1 Lake A Dade County social worker who
which two secretaries were held by Butler and wa. released to go to an was talking to Rasberry via telephone 1lA
two inmates at Union Correctional In- undisclosed place after. receiving when the shooting began has claimed doUarThu
stitution Monday, Feb. 16, the case several days of tcatm nt., talks with the two inmates had net \
unu'r.,- >nr' .! to a Union; County broken down and the bloodshed might d
L>1.1. Graham at."bia:1ar: a conference. have been avoided. Y'

stated that the initial report from Investigators Gov. Graham during the press con-:' Friday,
says the force,used that ference confirmed the fatal shootings 1
,; Nine officers, Including UCI left Mitchell deed,, ,a.4 Rasberry of Mitchell was justified. 4 iaV SaturdayEAQLE
Superintendent Raymond Massey wounded was Justified "The information was thai Mitchell !
stormed the courtroom at the prison had been hit by one of the Initial shots
where one of the secretaries was still had been knocked to the ground aarlwas
being held, killed one of the inmates "In the context ef the aituatien in in the course of reaching for his
; and critically wounded the ether one. 'which you had one .inmate In.the process knife when the shot that apparently-
Inflicting what was* serious killed him was fired" Gov Graham
The but not fatal .kaiif as wound to the said. HEAVY DUTY
Incident started at 3:30: p.m. KevkrQ If
Monday,Feb. 16, when inmates Jerry hostage the initial assessment was Gov. Graham during the press con- I'I'J MOTOR OIL m _.
Rasberry, 27, and Ray Anthony Mit that the action take* -.the force expended ference refused to elaborate on an in- J III'' F

chell, 18, armed with knives took was. not inappropriate to the vestigation by State Attorney James Pvt. Kevin,
Terri Rimes 22, and Deborah Wright, circumstances a*I they existed'" Russell of Clearwater. Russell was WO. r
25, as hostages. Graham said., appointed last year by the governor to. Marine Pvt. KevBl t1 I I wERsr4.re -i r PAPER TOWELS
Wright was freed by officers who look into rroblem., including brutality Mr. and Mrs. Cli i 100% pur* virgin I
Graham in state prisons Starke, has corng crude M)tarmulatad Tow1 D 1
opened the door and freed her by pull- Gov. pointed out a task 2F 1
at the Mar far tr modarn
*n-
: ing her to safety.At force of investigators under the direction Graham pointed out Russell made a Parris & ., .I.nd. lee, Towels
of State Attorney Eugene Whit- tentative report two weeks age' and Depot, Islao %w, t ga.n.1z.. WERE set sn
worth Is investigating the incident that he expects a full report in 30
1:10: a.m. Tuesday Feb. 17, the "
days. .
and preliminary findings ef his investigation save to 54% -
officers in of three stormed up
groups show Gov. Graham revealed that he &la Pvt. Griff
officials 109
through.thft jthrea doors killed.Mit acted prlsoa planning to propose creation of a Bradford High IIi.$; -
chell 1 who was pronounced dead at. properly. special 100 member strike force of of' -I Marine Corps in, ..-'. s'1//
q
tbeppiaon hospital, ,and Hasbenywae" ," w.:.The* *** governorstated*- f*the*-? ;I-v ldinJ"describe highway patrolmen to deal with such v.
taken
to Shands Teaching Hospital !In' prison Incidents. .
Gainesville where he Is listed In a tense aituatio that was _
'
Graham indicated the strike force. t'
becoming
increasingly desperate just
Joyce
critical condition after undergoing before'' prison correctional officers would be specially trained and equip- Spy
surgery. stormed the Inmates. Graham stated ped to handle prison emergencies and Joyce L. Bolton, < 4 .
Mitchell was reaching. for his knife riots such as the recent riots in the Berry of Lawtey, baa*! Wst '
Gov.:Bob Graham at a press conference when he was fatally shot. Liberty City area of Miami. He stated In the U.S. Army, nir Z I 'l'
for editors and reporters at the troopers would also be called In to specialist five. emnocNT TABLETS term I h=-
the main office of the Florida Times. Gov. Graham posted out the provide law enforcement in Florida m :,-WAS 1"vasELFNE .. g 1 J
Union in Jacksonville, announcedthat preliminary report stated there was cities when strikes or sickouts occur Bolton is a casua #:' { INTENSIVE CARE BATH :
he supported the decision by an increasing level of hostility apprehension red In police departments during Fort McPherson Gal :4 eCADS '1'k:
prison officials to storm the two In- and physical threat to labor disputes. r A* '[IS M. RcflVrtortMl WAS .r>"
CtfTEX ?OLISH REMOVER 4
ox.
OAS TREATMENT S-PC. BATH SET

Lfmmn or Herbal WAS 2/Z1 .__..2I s

I Last of 10 Escapees Accounted For; Mastermind Found'4 !Ji//.ISox'4OM-AEROSOL RAVE SOFT HAIR WAS SPRAY z/46-11 OX.... = WAS 129 28$5 WAS 2/S 64

'OM. 8 a* When you Q i "P.alwayt 72H73" mower curtNlii' ,
OPOIAYBEAUTYLOTION 1 follow up wllhSTP 1 pr lint' window
Pembroke Pines Fla. officials confirmed The other nine wets; recaptured but out the deceased Inmate was wearinga nouncement was madi g. *e.WAS7.M. Oa> Traalmant. Curtains' i pr Iwoackt.FAMM.V .
last week that a body found McEleroy, believed te have?masterminded $9,000 gold watch with the inscription because police sea; f

:Mast month near a dirt road has been. the escape,. eluded I "just for kicks" when his body ly, itWe
identified as that of the only inmate authorities. .. ? was found. still haven't'- ,
['who was not recaptured last summer "We know he was dead when the of kin," Crawford
,after 10 inmates escaped from McElroy; at the lane,isle. escip.and fire was set," Pembroke Pines Police ing that somebody,''
!'Florida. State Prison. death was serving,*sentence for< Sgt. Fred Crawford said. He indicatedthe claim him" $ .
.-, Officials Identified the body of armed robberies in Brwrard., and inmate was shot through the head Pembroke Ptftsft'
.Harvey McElroy, 36, of Fort Lauderdale 'Palm Beach ceantiew Prison officials' with a high-powered weapon and found the body *f + A
which was charred beyond reported U was McElroy who led the police have some leads la the put out a brush'fi'
,recognition but was identified by a other inmates In the da/utjKMeape. ,shooting. body was spotted) 4. J
gold wrist watch and dental record. Sgt. Crawford pointed out the body firemen. ? '
.y 'McElroy had been sought since last.. McElroy had earned the reputation was identified 10 days before an an- ,. T '_ .I
August when he and nine other' Inmates as an accomplished( \ eocap artist t ELECTRONIC BUYSI STRAW BEACH MAT CREW SOCKS
in two cut before fleeing from FSP* last summer. check cannot be presJ
separate escapes Clinic Bad ChecksIs
on
through two perimeter fences at FSP' Pembroke Pines detective: pointed_ tion and answer 1 25 i 2
Set For Mar; 5 For further infi 4 y

At County CourthouseOn Wilson at the Cha WEREUPTO.USS WERE 2/S94 WERE 3,254
or Terry Yawn at tl ,? 'Ctiooa (natamarlc cmar with eaaa, LCD al56,12': alralch' out In Cool ahiort> nl colU -
News : Thursday Mar. Sat 7:30p.m.: : in torney's Office ?NBC '' stator aad. Star Command radloa or 1300 cool co", ,,,,,. Neatly ton nylon rMnforead
Briefs........ .., ,,j the County Commission Meeting ; wart Mir diyar, all t ara EagM budget buyal woven for long wax White slrlrxm to-t3

I Room of the Bradford County Courthouse -
Sfiiop where
the Staff ,ef the State Ice' your car buys more!

,but damage to the It74 o.dft sedan Attorney's Office will offer a programon To Have -,

Statli e Woman Hit he. was driving was.eaUntafeed ttsov. the prosecution sf worthless Tax Assist L ,. NEW!
With Bar StoolA The Datsun was traveUwR east on checks. The special guest speaker ,;
Washington Street. The., IdIe .w.. will be Charlie Saute of the Persons who wa
Starke man was arrested for bat- headed south M Walnut Street TheDatsun Gainesville State Attorney's Office. prepared shouldInformation brie f'
tery after /a disturbance at the Red failed t* MOB' at the stop sign Special materials will be made ncces; SHOUT KNIT POLO SLEEVE SHORT IN TERRY SETS
Honey Lounge on East!: Brownies and struck the Dodge .hi the rtghltlde, available which will show how merchant their forms. incli!
Street in Starke at t:4tf: a.m. In which according i* lhe> .SUrfee' ..PoJtceDepartment. can reduce his loose from worthless other statementsrr t r $31' $7
a woman was Injured after being \ >. checks. Merchants wilt benefit deductions. Don't
struck during a disturbance .Sunday, Patrolman A.B..Sharp cited Critlon is i by having their cash handling down! Come to the' wcnearrPolyeollon WERE / BS .

Feb. 22. the going through a .. .signcharge. employees attend. ',,,__ > Public Library on.: 1 Polyeollontarry I
Patrolman Richard A. Bennett. .., \'t The legal requirement* successful ,.In-Starke on M7aa& _$ l with craw nacknort 1 ,tort andy
rested Ronnie Risby 22 on the battery 'i4' prosecution .will, M briefly ween S p.m. ( : alaavai. bMrbwil Color.
charge on a complaint signed 'fJuvenies # discussed as well :a* ;:.remedies assistance. For "11 I Mao'* 3.M.L.XL. India''. S M, L .,.-.

Louan Jenkins of Starke.aceerdtajio C.... available to the victim whea a bad_ call the Public L! ___ WtY

the Jenkins Starke and Police Rachel Department.Dugger went. .'te With Stolen: t !t HuS S SUKH USmKi SPiifffS/KOfVfifSSffVKlPfmfHlHKnSi/ fINSULATI N

the lounge just before It closed. Rlsby Two Inverlle; .f1tMid4i"t n._....' I. Y MIAVV .1111
I came up to the women to ask for a 13 were arrested for stealing a carat the. ,, .1 mak IIIr
cover charge, according to SPD. Bradford Square Sfcopptag Center hi /
Records show an argument Starke at 4:IS p...,Tuesday Feb. M. "' "_
developed. Risby picked up a bar Patrolman A.B. Stoarp.. dlspat- SAVE THAT ENERGY

stool and struck Jenkins In the face. 'ched to the shopping cento t*check ''i ) '.
Jenkins was treated In the on a sboplrftlrtt ease at Golly and Iti \ I Il
( .
emergency room at Bradford County took Into custody.t-year eid male I,.. 1
Hospital In Starke for a nose and for pilfering a pair of wsro. boot ",.: \.r .
mouth injury and was released. after from the loCal sWe. accsvdjM-to the .lt.... : '
'
treatment, according to the Starke Starke Police DeMnrtMeoT.- .,:.. .
Records show that the was I. '
Police Department.Stop teenager
'with lS-year-e4d mat .who. was'found .::1.. ... '..'t. '- : YESTERubooT
.
behind the wheel of ft'1TFtord' '' :r .ii.; SLACKS

Sign Run Thunder bird parked at the.other aida I HOME COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL 11711 MEN BOV". "AN ASST. ."WORK BOOT CUSHION WCrMICI!
,of the parking arc* aiJtw ,shopping _
Accident ResultsA center. .' ". HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE %' 6 $4 $18 $3IMlagaryta
Hoboken Georgia man was Polk ran a routine check: on the e FIBERGLAS BAITS FRAME HOUStINSUIATION -

charged with running a stop sign after vehicle and.discovered u. vehicle FREE ESTIMATES ,weR4r.a" MAtl-4.14 MRe,.. wERisse
his compact car was involved In a bed been stole arMar>i..tfc* day GLADLY GIVEN NEW OR OLD In fashion $turdr denim. and twtlto. Vinyl uppars, ganulrw eun.-..... wit upoan
traffic accident at the Intersection of from a store In bmoMM*;according JEeou Ao4r a QUALITY INST Wa. ....hl', pi bt Flara IoeQe. 4 Oomfyaw wM 4 .ter. on rap.pw feint. WtMM,
II Walnut and Washington Streets in to Information re shri by l$* SPD mauL r/o/v con t HtT r,*<:rosCOLO pm p I L NO ... boa to.. Man'a '.l 2. ..-.... fclO.

Starke at 7:04: a.m. Tuesday Feb. 14I free the Cltnis .964-6956
I Paul Dudley Griffis. I' e/Hotokeu I rtment.'I'M wttifccle" belonged to; ON Hf ATINO : t _:, til .. we r-.. ll* rHjht to
I Georgia was not Injured but damage MlcI and Jack t'ILtJueryRdn;! ;k :.Hitt. a. Newtt. quln m-.
to the 1971 Oatsun sedan he was driving DEAN'CASS' NSULAT "
M
I was estimated at I3JO9. The teenagers were.t.n.a; ever' to .. ???STARKE KEYSTONE Hgts..

I Alphonso Jenkins was not Injured ,Juvenile authorities.. tftttf,. r ,. -- --. n St. Hwy.21 & 100I


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-- Frankle Douglas of Pt.,Charlotte' two A native of Bradford County Mr.

ObituariesMrs. brothers, Morris Douglas and Hiram/ Speed was a laborer and a member of I.'
i Douglas both of Lake City; three Pleasant Grove Baptist Church. :
sisters, Mrs. Margie Greek of Lake Survivors Include: his father, :.
City, Mrs, Juanita Cone of Eloise, Thomas Speed, Putnam Hail; three "..I
Katie F. Wainwright Fla. and Mrs. Gertrude Wade orWinter daughters, Bellamy Speed, St. f

Mrs. Katie F. Wainwright, 61, of Haven, Fla.; and eight grand Petersburg, Annette Speed and Rose ,,
Starke. Fla. died early last Sunday children. Ann Dell, both of Speedville; one son,
morning, Feb22, in Alachua General Funeral services were held Tuesday Eddie Speed, Speedville; and two
Hospital, following a sudden illness. at 3 p.m. at the graveside in sisters, Ella M. Young, Waldo and
i Born on December 10, 1919 in Bron- Douglas Cemetery near Lulu Fla., Dorotha O'Neal, Putnam Hail I
son, Fla., Mrs. Wainwright had livedin with Rev. Art Harker officiating. Funeral services were held Saturday -
the Starke area for most of her Burial followed under the direction of Feb. 21, at 3 p.m. at Pleasant
I "'V lifetime, and was a member of the Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Grove Baptist Church with Rev. Eddie -
i i First United Methodist Church of Robinson conducting the services.
i Starke. Idell Burial followed in Speedville
Survivors include: her husband Speed Cemetery, Melrose, Fl. under the
Financing Available J.R. Wainwright: two sons, Richard i Well Speed 46 of Melrose, died direction of Chestnut Funeral Home,
A. and David N. Wainwright, both of Feb. 14 at his home, after a sudden il- Gainesville.To .

Starke; two daughters, Ms. Mary lness.

Katherine Wainwright of Lafayette, Card of ThanksTo -
Ind. and Mrs. Betty Lou Shaw of
Winter Park Fl.; four sisters, Mrs.
Motors proudly announces the Virginia Darby of Starke, Mrs.Grace all my friends I want to express those who expressed their sympathy -
Spencer of Winter Haven, Fla., Miss my deepest love and apreciation for in so many-beautiful and practical
Ruby Fugate and Mrs. Eva all your prayers and expressions of
during our recent bereavement
most extensive rebate ,program ever of- Chambliss, both of Jacksonville; and friendship with cards, food '. and ways,we extend our heartfelt thanks.A .
flowers illness.Thank
eight grandchildren. during my you special thank you to Dr. Hernandezand
Funeral services were held at 11 from the bottom of my heart for your the nursing staff of Bradford
fered by any dealer. Beginning Feb. 26th a.m., Tuesday, Feb. 24, at the concern. County Hospital I IThe
graveside in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith C.Howell NasworthyThe family of !

we will be offering the following rebates on the Rev.First Warren United Methodist D. Langer Church, pastorof family of Mrs. Florida Baldree 2/26 Itpd. Edith Hutcheson I:

officiating DeWitt C. Jones FuneraiHome wishes to thank each and everyone for
was in charge of ar the prayers! cards, food, phone calls, I i
EVERY NEW FORD MOTOR COMPANY rangements. flowers and visits during her illness The family of Sumter'' D. Harley, i
I and death. Each expression of love Sr, wishes to thank each and every
Joseph Edward Douglas and kindness made this time much one for the prayers, cards, phone
Joseph E. Douglas, 60, of Lake easier to bear, and will long be calls food, flowers and visits during
PRODUCT ON OUR LOT :'I Butler, died Saturday night in the remembered by all her family. God his illness and death.A special thanksto
Veterans Hospital) in Dublin, Ga., bless all of you. Archie Tanner Funeral Home.
1 after an extended illness. The Family Of The Wife and family
Born in Union County Mr. Douglashas Mrs. Florida BaldreeA
lived most of his life in the Lake
Butler area.He was the son of the late special thanks to the Bradford
Fisher Douglas. He was a farmer and County Sheriff's Department and Archie "Every man is like the company
Ford Rebate Program a member of the Baptist Church. Tanner's Funeral Home for their he keeps." Euripides

Survivors include: two sons, Bobby ,call many of kind deeds over and above their i
Joe Douglas of Lake Butler and duty.The
l, ,,
family of M.L.Elder
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INSURANCEMAINES FOR SALE FOR SALE PERSONAL

$77&-$1151 I INSURANCE AGIN- OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUP. If74 FORD COURIER low SERVICES

.0 CYl 16O S. Lak. Ave., Lake PLIES CIFTSSe Union mll.ag., extra clean CUSTOM MADE
But'.'. 496-3978. Complete County Tim. open Monday $2,500 call 496-3625 aft.r DRAPERIIStFr.estimat.s.
Insurance S.rvlc. TFN and Tueiday 8:30: a.m. 6 p.m. TFN 2/19. local
to 5 p.m., Wednesday- 1WO "STUMPNOCKERi" 13 distributors for completely
closed Thursday and Fri foot, 9.8 h.p. Mercury, washable nationally.
-- REBATE day 8:30 a.m. till noon.S.. trailer, gas can, battery, advertised Gardsette
our 1/2 price table of trolling motor all In new Draperies.' SAW Enterprise
/ fOR YOUR selected gift it.ms. condition. Moke off... *, Ed or Lomo
GRANADA REAL ESTATE NEEDS FIREWOOD FOR SALE $35 a Phone 496-3625 after 6 Stephens. 496-3253.
IN UNION COUNTY pickup truckload for oak, p.m. TFN 2/19. 51 1 IBOTFN.
Residential $40 a pick-up truckload for 4 HF JOHNSON MOTOR WI SEll AND
pin.Tree service and yard with 14 foot aluminum flat VICltwashers.
$ :: .Commercial Acreage work. Call Thomas Nettles bottom sharp bow boat, tilt freezers ranges, waterpumps ;
G48 a $715REBATE Call.V.n.ra "" .373S anytime. TFN trallor. spare tire, all In mowers, air conditioners
BrownRealtorAssociate 11s.JEEPS. good condition. $600 cash refrigerator andtlll.r.
CARS TRUCKS Aaron Vornes, 11/2 mile *. We Install carpet
avallabl. through Gov.rnment north east of Lake ButUr. and
and rugs. We cut In-
"".3022 Agencies. Many sale Phone 4962001. TFN 2/19.
stal( gla... .We .Install)
Tiffin and Owen.Inc. for under 200. Call .4X1 STEEL TRAILER FRAME ?
-- an'.nnnt !River*, Hard,=]
Realtor 602-941-8014. Ext 8629 for- 12 Inch tires, $100. ward and Furniture 65 East I
e" ._ Riverfront' a'''River _..* your directory on how topurchas. 'I 43)0114 ofter"S prn:'TFN Main Str.e .' Lake Butler
'
lot. ....4tchg 2/19 2/26 2/26. Itchg. 2/26' rt
FAIRMONT sGIOG74 Ham..".lot. 3/5 3/12. DOUBLE lED S50. new _
Homed lot queen size bedroom suite FOR RENT .
'.7 Acre with home slab HELP WANTED $325 gas stove $100 '
\r and other maple chest w/mlrror $50 r
Improv..nt..Jff 1 and 2 BR CLEAN MOBILE
portable color TV $135,
$ t CJM. LIVE-IN MANAGER COUPLE
needed for Lak. Butler washer $100. dryer $75. 8 HOMES! unfurnished or i in.wly
Farmdifferent
; Hog sited area mobile home park. drawer chest $40, frost 'furnished In nice"private
Acroag Must be honest frse refrigerator$135 cafe pork. $135-160.
loyal.
4 acre lot In town Basketball court and
fee/2 end tables $55.
clean hard and
Mobil. home I 3% working playground The
Phone 7527961. Providence. coming.
good with p.opl. Refs
required.
acre. In town. No pets please.Phone I tchg 2/26. Pines SR 121 at W. 8th
REBATE 26 acre-lovely 1-475-1394. L.av. PLUSH SOFA/CHAIRi Ilk. Avenue. Phon. 496-3299
homeslt and new $300 color console 8:30-11: a.m. Office No. 19. J
\ farmland.FOR. couple message.preferred.Experienced 2tchg $165, side, by side 4tchg 2/12 2/19! 2/26 3/5.
RENT 2/26 refrigerator $290 patio MOBILE HOME SPACE FOR
MUSTANG
V.ry lovely' and .'Immaculate 35.WANTED table w/4 chairs $150, RENTS Available March 1.
v 3 IR 3 bath drop-In electric range $75, Phone 496-2308. TFN 219. ;
home. 2,800 so,. ft.. Litton microwave oven 12X40 MOBILI HOME 2
fireplace with go log. WANT TO IUY used $250, RCA Whirlpool bedroom, 2 bath In New-
$ G23 $ G79T .. swimming pool and many typewriter and adding washer/dryer used two River area. $150 a month'',
\ .xtr *. machines. Must b. In months $350. Phone first, last and$100 deposit.:
Call 40-3021 working condition. 752-7961 Providence. No pet Indoors. Phone*
964-5764. tfn 2/12. 1 tchg 2/26. 473-4038. 2tchg 2/19 2/26 :




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REBATE PRDI1RAM EXIENIION PERSONAL CARS Home for Sale

F SERVICES TRUCKS No Money Down- V.A. 12%% F.H.A.. Clay County
Bond Program Lots in Deer Springs Call today
FEBRUARY 26 MARCH 7 CARPENTER
WO.ICIRomod.llng 1955 THUNDERBIRDgoodcondition. .Bob Harris 473-3133 or 864-5533.
9- work kitchen If Interested

On top of what Ford does, we will offer cabinet and Reasonable trimcarpenter. phone tfnchg 1/22 473-4245 evening I-

price Call Ed at FOR RENT ,
Dempsey
FOR SALE
the rebates 173 FORD 00Long
following : 473-2477. tfnchg 2/5 wheel base $1250.00Call
ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS '
TRAILER LOTS FOR RENTi LAKE LOT sand bottomedlake *
on
473-2843 call after Sp.m.
Closed meeting Monday Ip.m. Price start at$49.50. Lak.Gen.va In Hlllcrest. $800
;
Itchg 2/26.
Open meetings, Friday Trailer Pork.
1 11 8 p.m. Alanon Monday down $146.44 per month. ,
Phone 4732879. tfncha Phone 473-4058
8 p.m. Aloteen Monday 7 or
COURIER $100 REBATE p.m. All meetings In WANTEDCASH 1/29 473-4367 after 6 p.m. ,,..
MOBILE HOME ON LAKE '
F150F35D I ((414)) Educational Building Community tfnchg 3/26
GENEVA. 3BR 28A
$175
FOR GOLD sterling, p.r LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE-
F I 00 FI50 REBATE PRESSURE Church.CLEANING tfnchg, PAINTING 1/1. jewelry' diamonds, coin. month.Wot.r and garbage Keystone Heights, owner .
up Included. First and '
pick
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$150 and Will visit your horn.onywh.r. financed 10 percent Interest -
TRUCKS $ I 50 REBATE 473-2477.wallpapering.Phone tfnchg 2/5 .. 3765235. Mr. last month plus $100 lot on clear, sand ". ,
Call
deposit. 473-2383.
PLUMBING Rlttman. Phone collect bottomed lake, priced to ':."
REPAIRS-Larry
Teogue Plumbing. tfnchg 2/3 tfnchg 2/12 sell from 9900. One to "*

.473-1513 tfnchg321CARPENTRY WI BUY used furniture, appliance HOMES FOR five acre overlooking
AND MASONRY and aluminum (access available) with
WORK-bulld patio, truck topper Phone SALE nice tree from $3,500, .
fireplace, addition, 473-4521. rlnchq 10/16 $500 down, $50 a month. *
fSOD"FORD remodeling homes and FURNISHED aiR 3/2 WITH FAMILY ROOM, Commercial frontage-- ,j
esa (W) CHA8IIS CxI tile work. Free estimate, HOUSE/APT. In Keystonearea CH/A, appliance, SR21N.Investment opportunity. '., J
Phone 473-4473 during available' May 1 for carpeting near schools, Owner-salesman.
day. tfnchg 2/3 6-month lease. Option for hopping and lakes 473-4375. tfnchg 2/3
NO MOil RAZORS and three more. months. Will Beautiful trees, shed AKC DOBIMANTop ."
tweezer.Try electrolysisIt's -. consider' large 2BR. Air $31.500. 473-4062. Itchg quality only. You are Invited
Inexpensive. Hair Force officer retiring need 2/36: to visit our kennels
removed permanently by a temporary housing' while 4751228.
registered Electrologlet building. Contact Col. MISCELLANEOUSWANT WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN -
LTD FORD IICDII FOlD FIESTA Call for free demonstration. Rothweli 384-3158. Itpd tfnchg 2/5 '
Am/ Electrolysis' 2/26 TO BUY usedtypewriters 1971 VW PARTS-door. .
490 Lawrence Blvd., LOT WANTED CLOSI IN to and hood rear windshield, ..
$20D sIli! $200 Keystone.479-7033.: tfnchg Keystone. Reasonable machine Must adding b. In front drums and cylinder. ..
2/5 with or without home. No working condition. 1968 VW porti-2 rear
.. 473-3749. Itchg 964-3764. tfn 212.BINGOAMERICAN. brake drum. Kawasaki _
STEVE BROADWAYTREE aged 100. Engln.run. Goad for .. '
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LEGION port 473-2730. J. :
HALL SR-21, Sat. 7 p.m.. BABY ITEMS-stroller orbed. .:.':
All rebates are offered only for "in stock"units SERVICE HELP Sunday,2.5 p.m. Public Invited deluxe carrier and- f;;

WANTED tfnchg 3/5/81 walker, Also doubl. male "-
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for the Feb. 26 March 7 program. Removal TWO PAMILY GARAOR tress and box springs $25; ..".
SAlB-Soturdoy and Sunday single' mattress and box :,
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Trimming ''CITY OP KEYSTONE HEIGHT ,, Feb. 28 and March 1. spring with frame, $25. .
POLICE CHIEF-full or part- from 10 a.m. to dark. Turn .473-2730.: Itchg 2/26 .
time. Apply at City Hall. at Keyitone State Bank $SOFA SI Mr with ''.J:
matching
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS Fr.. Estimates 473-4807 tchg 2/26 and 'fallow .sign. chair for$50; floating raft, *;'
Slenderlier, clothe, andmore. 8x12 new $175
.73. 732 SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD .Itchg 2/26 Itchg 2/26 ; 473-2526.
After 5 p.m. for Pecan St. and SR-21. _
206 W. Madison St. Stark, Flo. 904-7200 K Apply at City Hall.
y tone> Height Classified Ads
473-4807. 2/26 Work
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GOOD PRICES PAID for used loads only. ALLEN E. 177 FORD 1-150 VANS LWB; NURSING HOME needs lull- MOBILE HOMES Why pay ly owned and operated.We .
? i mobile home. if mortgag., TAYLOR, lawley. Phone 1 ACRE w/mobll hem AT; PS; A/Ci: PB Cruise; time LPN or RN nurse.. for mar? Buy direct from the strive to give better t'rwife9ar7REALTY
,. ,U 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S: 7823172. 12/4 rfchg. hook-up well utilities, AM/FM a-trock; :29,000 4-12 shift. Call 964-6220. factory and save. Large prices and service. Phone
: .'' MOBILE HOME SALES USED NEWSPAPER privacy f_.. circle drive. mile,Must sell. Make an 10/9 tnchg selection of 12', 14' and 259.6812; Lawtayr, 782-3349;
.: 964-5606. Op.n 7 day. ALUMINUM PLATESl 24 x Ben Padgett Lawtey Da- offer. Call 964.8092 or. GOOD PAY working from doubt wldes. Purchase a Mlddlvburg 2824097. If
weekly.. TFchg 36" 25' each. Bradford Pont Plant Road. 7(2-9307 944-5952 ask for David. home, processing mall for mobile ham. In the month you use gas, give us a call I
WANTED Mobil. home ax- County Telegraph; evenings. 2/3 2tpd ".. 1 1972 CHEVY LUVt Sun-roof; us. No experience re- of January and we will
)I.. and tlr... Will pick up. 9646305. tin WOODED LOTS. Keystone AM/FM 8-track stereo; big quired. Part of full time help In your monthly cost BUSINESS w wi.j .. PHONE 964-7776 .
OLIN'S MOBILE HOME TRUCK TOPPERS $1**, INSTALLED Heights. 100 x ISO1. High tires and wheels: new Start Immediately. For Information by paying to you$50.00 per GAR
SALES, 9645606. Open 7 I Has full vision dry secluded yet near valve lob; tool box. In- and application month for 12 consecutive OPPORTUNITIESBE 205 N. Temple Starke
day. a week. TFchg door and opening side win shopping, schools, recrea spected. Make Offer Call send stamped sell- monl..... Hurry and com IOf A.I 1(>I
WANTED Used tool., both dow. On. year warranty. tion. 1795.. $100 down 533-7060 after 6 p.m. tfn addressed envelop to: by for more details. COM- INDEPENDENTIOwn *
j;mechanics and carpenters. Beasley Bargains. $28.30 per mo. Owner 77 FORD GRANADA Excellent Colfax Publications, Box MUNITY MOBILE HOME a Western Wear Store KINGSLEY LAKI '
..,Phone 964-8331 or 4734521. rlnchg 12/11. financed. Call 9647642. condition good gasmileag. 1135 Newberry FL 32669. SALES US 301 North. Open and capitalize on the hottest Klngiley .lest) Shown" by appointment only- ilk*new 3
.463-1551.9/11 tnchg CYPRESS FOR SAUl Itpd 226.COMMERCIAL. ., loaded good 1/22 6tchg 226.RN.lmmedlat. 9 a.m. to dusk... 1 to 6 on fashion trend for men bedroom 3 bath hem of simple elegance.. All amenlMeeIncluding
,JrVANTEDl Mobil. Horn Ax- Firewood $5 Vi cord you PROPERTY! tlr... 280000. Phone .urgent need.In and woman. Now you can screened deck boathouse with boat and
r..1... Paying the best price load. Custom cutting. 246 Park Place, Stark. 964.8975.2/19 2tchg 2/26. Starke ar_. Excellent Sunday. Phone 964-8741. have your own extremely everything' .!** your .heart deslr*..
for good condition aMI... Lumber. Phone 468-2624. 7 Call ((813)621-2031.) 2/26 1975 PORD ITDi 2-door; AC; salary. Call Quality Car "BEDROOMS! CB house In profitable business featuring ON THI HOME FRONT
9648331.911 lncha ml. South ol Stark. an Eastside 4tchg319.LOSTFOUND. PSMB; AT; 3,000 miles on Nursing Service (collect) Stark.. Cen. Heat air western shirts, hots, ,'lovely, I.,... antique brick ham situated on a.beautifully ..
WILL TRADE OR Still Am ol 301 across from ord factory n.w motor; 13758199.,. 3008 NW 13th laundry.. workshop. At. baits and buckles, jeans, landscaped acre In Comedy E....... A quiet.. secure
n looking for a mall motor Shady Oak Trailer Park. papers to prove. Damageto St. Gainesville. Fl. 1/29 tached garage, fireplace, boots, etc by more than ,lifestyle. yet near all convenlencos-a beautiful home with
horn In good condition. 1/29 tin leTKfront fendsr. 1200. tin. pool. 30'S. 964-8483 150 famous names such overythingl. aaaa6aaa
Have a Chevy pick-up anda 175 VIP BASSBOATs 16 ft., Call 697-1167 days; oven- RN OR LPNi Need ..xtramon.y owner. 2/19 Hn. ae.Levi's, Wrangler Lee, '
14 f t. Shotta travel trailer 85 hp. Johnson power TIT FREE PUPPIES Fat and Ings, 492-1974. Itpd 2/26. ? Ideal part time for 2 BEDROOM 1 BATH, utility Calvin Klein Acme, Dingo AttrecHv*. California redwood 100 sq. ft. home with attached
\with a new air conditionerand Drive-on trailer low hours frisky. Part pit bull partNorwegian 1979 FORD S-lOOt Truck Starke nurse not workingfull room. Carpet central gas H-Bor-C and Rockmount garage. solar hot water heater f Ireplac and 57

awning. All In mint on motor. Must sell Make Elkhound. boded Tok'over time. Schedule your heat, now refrigerator and Ranchwear. Inventory Fixtures acres of prime property.*..Owner.***..*finance.
='condition, KOA Com- ofler. Call 964.8092 or Looks like pit bull! daddy.Ed. payments. Call 944-0014.: own hours. Perform health 510 St.Clair St. Supplies, Training
'pground Lot 38. Itpd 2/26. 964-5952, ask for David. Wall. 964-8224 altar 5 2/26 2tchg 3/3. XItSO evaluation for Life Insurance 16500.gas range.Phone 964-5944. plus an exciting Grand Mint condition home 2244 sq. ft. CilIA.dose to schools a
PASTURELAND TO RENT 20 2/5. tfn.NURSERY. p.m. Itchg 226.: FORD FIESTA AM/FM applicants be for shopping Have to so*.
2/19 2tpd 2/26. Opening can yours ..........
to 50 acr.. with water and STOCK Shade and MISSINGi Offering a rewardto radio AC tinted glass, (9043965880.) 2/19 2tchg only 19900.00 complete.For .
good lence. Call 964-5178. flowering trees; the location' of a black bock window defroster; 2/26. MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom. full details call Mr. Largo home with 3 completely. furnished opts a 1 very
2/26: 2tchg 3/5. evergreens; hedge plants; and white bull about 5 yrs. take over payments BRADFORD COUNTY PUBLIC 1 bath. Extras. $2250.00 Courtney. 904/733-6959 large unfurnished apt. Also on extra lot. All this for
azaleas, 18" 24" gal. old. Lost seen on the property 9648310. Itchg 2/26. LIBRARY! Part time, cash. Call 431-1212 ext. COLLECT. tpd 2/26. 9500.00 down and owner will finance S2.000-19-
WANT TO BUY uied $1.50 each camellias of 140. Leave your number 12 years with monthly payment of $334.44.
cans ; of Fans Williams 1975 CHEVY VEGA 53,000 cu'odlallob. Six hours per GO WESTERN Open within .
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typewriters and adding In bud and bloom; palms; New River Fla.and adjoining mil... Radio heater week 2 hours each day on will call back. Itpd 226.Motorcycle 3 weeks and own "100%"
machine.. Mutt b. In 'fruit Investment Opportunity- Best located motel town .34
trees-peach, nectarine property of Kelly's pro 4-speed mechanicallysound. Tuesday Thursday and your own Western Wear .
working condition. persimmon pear perty. The bull has been $650.00 or offer. Saturday after Library Retail Store $14.975 Includes .units. Priced rlghtl! .****.....
9645764. tfn 2/12. plum apple, fig; blueberry missing for nearly 7 mon Call 9647642. Itpd 2/26. closes. $3.00 per hour. Applications all This offer Is large CB bldg In good condition appro 5,000 sq. ft. 4J!
plants; citrus; hanging ths. Coll 14851839. Itpd 1973 FORD will be acceptedat made the South's
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7B SUZUKI GS-SSOi restrooms, on* acre of land adjacent to railroad.
J PERSONAL baskets and potted house 2/26. wheel base, $1250.00 Call 105 E. Jackson St., In with Equipped leading wholesaler. ..........

SERVICES plant. Get these now. .473-2843 call after S p.m. Starke Feb. 26 thru March and windshield 2 helmets.cra.hbar. $16,000 r.talllnv.ntory In 47 acres of great po.tu..lolld. Rd. 1*pine timber mature
O.C. CARNES NURSERY 23 BOATS
Itchg 2/26. 6. 1 tehg 2/26. Available for Inspection cluded. Call anytime toll pecan trees and a liveable, largo, frame two-story home
BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete mi. SE of Starke on Hwy 74 CHEVY PICK-UPi, V-8; 19648299. free 1/600/241-6910: Ext. great for farming or could be developed.
sharpening service, circular 6592165.100 at Florahom Closed on. Phone Mon- IB FT.GLASTRON BOAT 225 good mechanical condi YARD SALE 964-7071.Days 2/262tchg Evenings 3/5. 31. Itpd 2/26. ..........

hand carbide, hp V-hull. Vinyl top and tion. Summit tires with Pinewood Drive-Cl home with carport fenced backyard.aan.aaaaa .I
blade hollow day. 2/12 tfnchg. whit spoke wheels. Call YARD SALE Feb. 27 A 28.10
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chain mower deluxe accessories.Just II
and balanced. BABY CRIBs with mattress many after pm 9648318. Itchg am to 3 pm. Three SPRING SALE ICO1 on Indian Beach: Lake Santa Fa home guest cottage,
ground like $45 one full size like newl I Coll .... ..
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new families In building' workshop dock "'ou. This prettiest part of the
Leave at Jackson Building SURPLUS JEEP Value.. $3196.
Galnesvlll 3763619. TFN.
three
tick $15; ake. Owner will consider .
Supply In Starke Keystone tires,sponge small good 78x13: 1974 COBRA FIBERGLASS Sold for $44. Call behind Tackle Box, N. *Diamond Rings from $39.95 and up flrancing.ra.an.na

Height. or Lake Butler one Kenmore washing BOATs 15', 70 HP Johnson 312-742-1143. Ext. 705 for Temple Ave. Lots of *Slngl BI. Shotguns from $24.95 up Our finest commercial property(across from Holiday Inn).
JFchg Info on how to purchase goodies Itpd 2/26. 301 with 1." acres. Owner could finance.
machine, |lust like new; Motor Galvlnlzed Trailer. Pump Shotguns from $69.95 200 on
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS bargains like this I 4 tpd up ..........
: one used refrigerator.2/26. Call $1595.00 964-7338. F.R. 2/12.2/26. 3/12 3/26 Hand Guns from $69.95 up developers' Dream 40 .beautiful. acres near Hampton.
9647357. Itchg Lake. .
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Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. HOGS B PIGS Three hogs Short Wave Rc. from $69.95 up Come? Inspect the Bradford Villas Townhouse on B...

REMODELING'TFchg BUILDING 14 pig. Call.7823673.Itpd PersonalizedLetterheads r *1 pr. Bat. 501 Speakers $300.00 lent Rd. Furnished model. shown by appointment only.
2/26. *Pool Table $89.95 Prices start .t 133 600.
REPAIRSi New kitchens. '77 CHAMPION MOTOR Se it-Truck Driven PREFERRED PROPERTIES
baths, family rooms. Brick HOME 25 It., awning & Stationary Or Heavy Equipment *4.5 acres really secluded-nice trees 9000.
block concrete. Fireplace TV .40 acres Lawtey area $42.000.Own.rfinance.
generator antenna Oproton Start LocallyTossFfE5 A to Z Pawn Shop
specialists. Grillls Con new tires, rear twin beds, BRADFORD PRINTERS .New modern CI store:301 Lawtay 52000. Owner fin.
struction. Phone ...7321OEor excellent condition. I MOO343M64ttthalU 144 W. Call St. Starke ....t fishing-Sampson lake lot-$14.500.
: 473-2578. TFchg 14682933. Itpd 2/26. 110 W. Call St. 964-5764 : .Beautiful.. .....nt Rd. lot-IWuJSO1.

SEWING MACHINES BAR AND TWO STOOLS In .9 acres approx. f miles west of Starka-St. Rd. 100.
REPAIRED All makes good condition $50.00, "REPOSSESSED" DIVORCE *50 Home for Sale *Lawtey. 301-CB stare-$lf.SOO.own.fln.

cleaned oiled and ads 9646159. Call between Balance due $138.00. .. Contested, uncontested, abandoned .lot on I. Call St. Call for details.
Work Singer Stylist wlth/wltnouc children Roberts Rd. Ranchette.only 3 lots left Payments
lusted$15. 8.00 and 1:30 .7 1-acro lots Brownie Rd. B4.000/A. 20% down/12%
guaranteed. James Itchg: a.m.2/26. : p.m. Whit Sowing ft [you pay your own filing feel. only $375.00: mo. on 2 BR1 Bath Expandable Home '.106 W. Adklns-House S 50' x 100' lot $12.500.

,Strickland corner MorganRd. PIANO AND ALTO SAX- .Appliance C.nf.r I NORTH a0RtosSECRETARIAL SERVICS Deadline on llVfe% applications Friday Feb. 27 .404 N. Cherry-2 large nicely 'urn. opts. Owner fin.
and Hwy 16. TFchg OPHONEi Piano I Is t<.)hl.r.? 3527.S.W.I Archer Rd., Archer Square I Call between S p.m. -Call or come to Affordable' tomes, 327 W. Call St.. *3BH, 3B Edward Rd. ovorythlngf' $e', OO.
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Campbell' brand,' ,Bo hla Gdfria'vln'JY4-4J6/C.'.". null p.m. I Starke, 984-6333., ? Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2/, panel, carpet $30,000. ReducadM7
Pldm /
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' gdCEJ"'frdro.oub.Rasldential! : Milton entros-Ml.OOO.
; ; excellent condition. Call Terrace-nearly new-many
commercialand 460.2889.2/26 2tchg 3/5. .It Ac. Brownloo Rd. Cel. home, barn stream $44.500.
industrial Fully licens 5 .Home 8 3 In IrC OIr.. $51.400
1971 FORD STATION r AUCTION T V BT Rr J 'Jp* > P'W V* or W v S acres
ed. Phone 964-8121 TFchg WAGON Runs.. good Huntley Leona ing Servicei .125 yr.old home(240 sq. ft.). Hampton 4 9 Ac-$3B.SOO.
MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Factory $495.00: Dinette table w/6 Dealers Tues. Redfearn's Plumb .Call St. commercial 100 x INT Owner fl... $.fOO.

US-301 trained South mechanic.9646020. Zenith chair.,color$50.0025 TV. $135.00.In. Public Fri. RV CES S Sampson City Road {2251 : ..20 5.5.c.acres... near Rd. 100 Presbyt.Church W 27990. Owner hospital financed.-mako offer.

5/29 TFchg S.BOOKKEEPING. Phone 4734508. 1 tpd 2/26. 7:30 p.m. 473.4340 I .43 Ac.lawtey area formerly"Bar Skin lodge"40000.
SERVICES 9 NEW CARPET. NEW USED () = 964-5523 ., ISO-xlSO1 commercial.. 301-owner fin. 33000.
year experience In all Furniture ft Appliances. :301 N. of Starke or .Repairs A Specialty *4.7S Acres Rd. 230A: B. Wilson Rd. 11700.

phases Including taxes and plumb. fixtures and pipes. 473-4252 16 Remodeling & New construction Free Estimates' .2.4A-S23S septic well pump.. olec.pole. portable shads.
government forms BARGAIN CENTER US 301 Repairs Of 24 Hour servICe .40 acres across road from Bedford take $105,000.
473-7075 alter 5 P.M. 7/3 South 964-6679. 2/5 Major S a Country Club lot ISO1 x SW-nlco location-$10.000.
tfchg TFNchg Electric AppliancesServing -Senior citizen Discount- .Hampton Oaks lot 113. trees owner financed-$ .aoo.

WE BUY GOLD. Cash on the HAVE WATER BED with 6 Bradford A Clay Leon T. Odom Jr. owner .Busy Call a Water St. lot 235 a W Owner fin. $..BOO.
Williams Jewelry .41* S. Walnut New, .r.hou'-2.500.
spot. drawer pedestal and all Counties Limit One Coupon Per Service Call large "
100 E. Call St. 9647064. .7000 ft. CB bldg. ors Rd. 141 Owner fin.
accessories. Retail price .. 41.
Lawrence Blvd. - .
10/16 rfnchg. 76300. Will trade for OLOR TV'sOne Keystone2ms3H5SSSS $5f :.j'A.A.A'A.A...V/.q.1StlIPAN. .$ YEBr..fa.Q7.A..A.. a .Homecemmor.) S. cartage on Madison St. Owner fin.
CASH Zenith console and turn r.ntal.-Calla
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FOR sterling bedroom set of equal S52522SS3 $500 mo. Income four. Bay 55,000.
coins. A-Z Pawn Shop 144 value. Call 964.5825 alter 7 one GE portable. Either for .large apt. complex on 301 good cash How own fin.
W. Call St. Phone 9648348. p.m. llchg 2/26. $187.00 MOBILE HOME CARDIN BRos. Realtor Associates-Alter Hour
11/13 tlnchg. and INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS Wayne E. Douglas. Broker-Salesman a 44-453
CHAIN ,UNK FENCE Installed. TRUCK TOPPERS Whit Sewing Steve CardlnOwnerDOZER Jerri lonnon-4t4-3l40 "Rich"Hendrl.-fM-SSSO

.,.Free ._tlmat... Han- IT9t$1S9 Appliance) Center Byron Terwlllegar.44-7774 Martha Dorko, 7S2-3397
dyMan Fence Co. 9648559. Prices apply to toppers In 3527 S.W. Archer Rd., Archer POLICIESAT 9646750 I ILNlDCUARNC Anna Tarwlllecjar Nelson, 47S-1477 Sally KIllian.468-2255

IEpd.V8l- stock. Beasley Bargains, Square Plaza SEPTIC TANKS
TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call 4734521. tfnchg 2/26
the Office Shop 110 W. MOST ITEMS IN STOCK Gainesville. 3764466. REASONABLE. . RATESOlin's WORK LARGE ft SMALLFILL SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED
Call St., Stark., for details, 25% OFF DIRT LIMEROCK DRAINFIELDS RELAID
9645764. Hn. Most Items In stock Including Mobile PONDS DUG .FILL DIRT DON'S ROOFING.

BUYING SILVER COINS and appliances, living f1 Home SalesFREE ROADS BUILTCULVERTS SEPTIC TANK SUPPLIES
Sterling. Paying top dining and bedroom fur- QUOTES 964-6372
SET ft COVERED
nYdrket price. Betty's nlture. Beasley Bargains Phone 964-5606 I I J:=rtiji
Books Keystone Hats. Call 473-4521. tlnchg 2/26 MICROWAVE
473.4378.2/12 4tpd 3/12. left In Loy.A.Way.m.at Elaine M. Olin Agent invest In the Best. It Saves More

ANTIQUE furniture, refinishing RESTORATION and! FORRENTMIMOSA probe defrost 2 Roofing of all types, including

repair. Quality custom furniture !memorlet. Assume $20.00 I repairs.

and hardwoods for MANOR MOBILE I month payment
sale. Hunter Enterprises, HOME PARK mobile homes Whit' Sowing and I Free Estimates

Breaker 485-1345 collect and spaces for rent. Phone I Appliance Center Getting Married? fs Prompt Service
keep trying.2/12 4lpd 3/5. 463-2912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING
GLASS CUT TO ORDER and sleeping 3527 S.W. Archer Rd.. Archer

Door., window., etc. room TV and Air Square.. Plaza ,
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Underwood Vote). 3 miles Gainesville, 3764466. -w.11
9646078. Orders also North of Stark on Hwy \
token In Lake Butler 301. 10/9 tnchg GkllmitT\)
496.3079 and Keystone FOR LEASE Restaurant with Pioneer Electric Co.1' WEDDING' *; Drilling
Heights 4734973. 2/26 small bar for leas*. Und.r.wood "-
24 Hour Service r Thni 8r'
Service .
tfn. Motel Hwy 301 :Day or Night
LICENSED NURSE wishes to North. 9647184. tlnchg 782-3065 INVITATIONS Fast Rotary
for Infant or toddler (EXPERT( LOCKSMITH
care your 1/22. Industrial taw.d Drilling Equipment
Com to 315 N. MOTEL RESTAURANT In Commercial
Walnut St." Stark... 2/96 Starke on Main Highway Residential Locks Re-keyed ,..?.TAJE..L.ICENSED.'

4tchg 3/19. "X Fully equipped for leas, Serving Bradford Co.| Locks Repaired
DO YOU HAVE A PROBLEM good business. 9646784. I m
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WITH YOUR small
appliances 2/19 3tpd 3/5. All Kinds of DON HLL
? Don't throw MOBILE HOME 12 x ;60; 2 New ft Used
them away drop them off* BR. 2 baths, completely I ; I Wedding Accessories 4 SECURITY SYSTEMS
at 315 N. Walnut St., furnished. Central 473-3549 SalesPartsService

Stark. I also do heat/AC; large lot. Quiet.. I including I ....... .+' 'i.,".i +
maintenance work at your secluded. Near shopping I. E.Z Terms ..
home. 2/26 4tchg 3/19. boat ramp. Keyslon-lak,, e Guest Book r ., { VACUUM
WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT In 175.00 .. r PlumbingNew
Geneva area. per
my horn, Monday thru Friday mo. Call 9647642.. Itpd e Bridal Gifts !... \ ; rr SALE .g.

at anytime. Nice clean 2/26. NEW& USED Installation
Have good Furnished four e Toasting Glasses :" ""
surroundings. COTTAGE I
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W*I Inane*our own.
references. Call 9645849. rooms and bath. No .. I Remodeling Repairs
KIRBYS ........ .... .
Itchg 2/26. children or pets. Prefer 1 --- -- -
,/ ; ROYALS
elderly people, 517 .' t
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WANT TO BUY used Westmoreland St THE ,, ", EUREKAS RlUEUUESPUMP

working machines.typewriters Must and condition.adding be In On.964-BO71.bedroom.1 tehg APARTMENTS 226.PURNISHID Heat. and T4 Real Hr) Estate PosMJcanstag Court ) \\ OFFICE \ ., .:
964-5764. Hn 2/12. air. $125.00 per month. uses ......fss9ssltr. QUEENS &

Call 964.6201 after 5:00 tile .... T......abssl. SHOP SEARS SUPPLY

I p.m. 1 Itchg 2/26. 01 I Re* tits Complete Line of COMMERCIALWe
SMALL FURNISHED APART now) con si I' COMPANY
BJ MINTS No pets, call March ? 8 Wedding Cards ft repair all mokes.
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__ .11 I ,964-5584 I Itchg 2/26.after 4:00: p.m. 8 a.m.. 5 ,.& Starke. Fla, Albums by Hallmark 'AL YOUM&'S 864 N.

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Since 197 Ave.
Temple
The Recovery Room a CMMIf..rl W-'
Lake City Local Dlst. Don't Forget Rust PLtrrpetlr II IuM.. ..peesCd Call today for assistance 964-691S
D.adlln' *> forClasslfleds Starke, Fla.9647O61. ..
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Archie Tanner Funeral Ili .OIYM4T.7171 ,
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Ham is << 478-UM .l f with your wedding plans 3 mil...mart OvSterkeenUUOl

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