Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04246
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04246
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f. .. Editorial. ....... .. ... Page 4A
: Society.. .. .... .. Page 5A,.A
-- So Button up your overcoat... Real Estate.. .. ... Pages 'A
.: Sports. ... ... .. PagestO-12A,:
The outlook is for more of the same (cold, that is) through the weekend, Ltgals.". ... ... .. ..Page *A;
after a bout with freezing temperatures Tuesday morning bringing low SECTION 81 I Sweetest Strawberries This Side of JI even

readings of 29 at Starke and Camp Blandm Obits. .,. ... .. . Page 48 \':' :II
The Forestry Service four day forecast Istortaar to partly cloudy Friday 103rd Year STIHK"Un.. \ i"\: ( nils Copy'
through Sunday with

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_School RoofsRoofing

experts confirmed that not in that bad of shape, he contended.
leaks in the middle school and high Reattaching the flashing to the
M be thus parapet walls will solve the majorityof
1 school Phase 3 can repaired,
saving a substantial outlay of moniesat the problem at BMS, Salley said.
The worst leaking problem is at
School Board Member
Talk About Who Can Bake Cakes... J.T. Parrish reported Monday night, Phase 3 at the high school where
heavy conditioning units have
Winners In the father-son cake-off contest by Boy Scouts In Pack 73 are (l-r) Jan. 18. made low places in the roof where
Gary Don Brewer, Scott Durban.. John Loper, Brian Canova, Abram It means the school board can buy water gathers. Salley said it would be
DeLoach, Michael Brewer, Edwin DeLoach, Richard Trimble, Richard with some time, perhaps less several years, worth trying to patch that roof with
$15,000 or
.Rasnlck. and Brian King. giant pitch pans to hold the water off
said he could
At right, Raymond Durban cuts apart the two cakes he and sons Scott and Architect Craig Salley the roof around the A/C units.
Chris baked underthe, watchful eye of another son, Gregory, a future scout. -? t, patch Immediately the leaks.start drawing plans to That is not the best solution but is

1 Supt. Tom Casey said Operations expedient, the architect said. He has
6 Director Lennard Register can spendup done that on other roofs, Salley said.
to $2,000 without bidding. If the Parrish thinks, however, the board
A Cake Off. .. x'n price is over that Casey said he will needs to think about replacing the
call for a special meeting of the boardto BHS Phase 3 roof first when it can
x award bids."That's start putting on new sloped roofs. The
J No women were supposed to be involved in the cake baking contest of Boy what I'm talking about. State Department of Education now
J Scout Pack 73- it was strictly competition for the men in which a scout and Let's get some movement.." said requires sloped roofs on all school
t his day baked a cake to compete with those of other fathers and sons. Board Member Rodney Hall buildings.

I "I went in the kitchen to see,and he was just fluffing up that frosting.. I The board has also asked for a list weeks Poole, so can't the get board to the decided Jobs for to use 5-6
of leaks at all schools and wants a
1 can't even do that! said one housewife of her mustachioed husband. of Jacksonville
1t push to correct all of them. The list is contractor Ray Stephens -
'r Raymond Durban had National Guard drill all day Sunday, got home being compiled, said Register. who has done work for( the school
about the time the Super Bowl football game started, but met sons Chris and Architect Salley. Supt. Casey, Par :system before.
; Scott who wanted to bake cakes. You can see, at right, who won. rish and Gainesville roofing contractor The leaking Southside Elementary
About 40 cakes of all sizes and descriptions were entered in the contest ry Roy Poole all Inspected the BMS !afetonum is temporarily patched
: by Mrs. Joyce Riherd, county health nurse, and Mrs. Elizabeth / and the BHS Phase 3 roofs, Parrish vith hot tar,said Register,who addedhe
manager of the Southside Elementary cafeteria.It reported.Poole doesn't know how long that will
was hard, Mrs. Riherd said, to pick the top cakes among the dazzling offerings fees the flashing on the hold. Casey pointed out the board has
by the dads and sons. There was a cake made like a semi-truck and parapet walls at the middle school quotes to patch that roof for less than
trailer with Oreo cookies for wheels, for instance, that didn't win a top ribbon can be repaired so it will stop a $1,000.
tremendous amount of water, said Salley said the leaks around the
The judges had to narrow them down to 10 best cakes. But many more 1 r. Parrish. Cost will be$1,000, and it will stove vents in the BHS cafeteria are
should have won, Mrs, Riherd said buy time, he said. under warranty from the contractor.
:'"You scouts know how, to take it if you don't win, but I'm sorta worried "That's still patching, isn't it,?/" Salley said he will call the contractor
about the dads," Packmaster John Schmidt joked to the audience which filled asked Board Member Pat Spengler. about the problem.
!the Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church, but he was half g "Yes, but that'll buy 4-5 years," Register said the leak "in the
-I- t4Rii1 cafeteria kitchen "is terrific,
serious. said architect Salley. The BMS roof is
k" Winning cakes were; ;, ,
;, Scout Michael Becker .made the prettiest cake,. make like an Americanfluo"1 :
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Scout Richard hat.Raymond. Rasnick had the most original cake, made In the shape of a Cub Cams to be SentencedFor

H Trimble had the most difficult cake, a valcano with a real fire in

,the top. '
;. Scott'Durban had the most colorful cake, a yellow creation made like a
butterfly. Drug Trafficking
Brian Canova had the weirdest cake, made like a derby car.

Edwin DeLoach had the best decorated cake, made like a race car. Barney Cam and sons, Michael and sentencing in Duval County Circuit
Abram DeLoach had the cake with the best scouting theme, a scout Richard, convicted December 18 on Court.
uniform complete to the shoes. two counts of conspiring to smugglemore The three Cams all of Keystone
Bryan King had the best health care theme,made like a carrot. than 100 pounds of marijuanainto Heights have been held without bailn

; Gary Don Brewer had the funniest cake, a snowman. .. ./ .. t JJ I .... ... .... .."--"._ .,, the North Florida area, will come the Duval County jail since their
}I John Loper had the recognizible cake, a clown. '; H.i"; re, ::1, ri< J tomorrow (Friday, Jan. 29)) for entence ranging from probation and
i fine up to 15 years in prison on each

II : Hobbs Remembered Good .ount.The Cams were convicted on one
Jimmy: : as Student, :Fierce CompetitorHe count involving the off.loading of

marijuana on the landing strip of a
farm near Brooker, and another coun-
"One of those all-around all- Washington, D.C, u ,fit '7 There was no water in the lungs. In- Hurse ever coached here in 1958. He was involved in the developmentof ty alleging that the group was in
i American people you run into once in Hobbs, 40, ap dications are Hobbs died on impact. was a fine receiver on the football the nuclear power plant at Crystal charge of a drop-off operation) near
a while," is the way former teacher parently died Instantly from a head injury. squad and a fine all conference River. Fort White
; Charles Francis describes Bradford from the Funeral services were held Mon basketball player, Coach Hurse says. Survivors include his wife, the The trial was moved to Duval Coun-
High grad James C. Hobbs Jr. who Impact when the day, Jan. 18, in Crystal River where "A fierce competitor," as describedby former Maxine Williams of Starke ty from Green Cove Springs after the
J .died in the Wednesday, Jan. 13, crash Boeing 737 Hobbs lived and worked for 16 years. Coach Hurse, Jimmy was coachedby and also a 1959 BHS graduate; a son, Cams defense team led by
f Air Florida's Flight 90 inS crashed into the Jimmy Hobbs will be rememberedas his dad in basketball and he earned Jay, 17, and daughter,Susan 13.all of Gainesville lawyer Stephen Berns-
14th Street the valedictorian of the 1959 Classof all-conference honors. Young Hobbs Crystal River; a brother, Richard, of tein, sought a change i in venue citing
bridge in the Bradford High and voted the most was one of the finest basketball Jacksonville; three sisters: Mrs extensive pre-trial publicity
Capitol city during -, athletic by his classmates. Hobbs will players in this part of the state at the Jackie Mcinnis of Knoxville, Tenn., generated by the case in the Clay
rush-hour be remembered by local residents as time, and helped set an example for Mrs. Pat Barry of Pensacola and County area
traffic. A the point guard on the Tornado' other athletes by being the fierce Darlene Brown of Brooker, and his The Cams were arrested in
=" tTHURSDAY. 'nuclear basketball squad, an end on the foot- competitor he was,says Coach Hurse. parents Mrs. and Mrs. J.C. Hobbs of Keystone Heights last April by under-
engineer, Hobbs ball team, and as the state championin Hobbs earned a degree in electrical Starke. cover agents representing four North
was on a jimmy Hobbs the pole vault. engineering in 1964 from the University Funeral services' were conducted in Florida drug enforcement agencieswho
business trip to He is the son of longtime Starke of Florida. He joined Florida the Crystal River United Methodist cooperated on the case. The investigations -
Washington, D.C. for Florida Power residents, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Power Corp. after graduating from Church with the Rev. Jasper O Witt involved stakeouts of the
J Corp Hobbs, Sr. His father was athletic UF. He earned a degree in nuclear officiating. Burial was in Beverly Keystone Airport, where the Cams
The body was recovered late Fri- director at BHS from 1949 until 1955. engineering In 196ft when the com- Hills Memorial Gardens Cemetery operate a repair and service hangaron
day, Jan. 15, from the icy Potomac Jimmy was the first state champion pany was just getting into the production under direction of Strickland Funeral Keystone city owned airport property
--- River, still)) strapped in the plane seat. current BHS Athletic Director David of nuclear power. Home of Crystal River. ,

SEE- Jan. 21 ;:Airport Jurisdictional Problems To Be Argued at Meetingministered I

::T OF ADJUSTMENTS A meeting to iron out jurisdictional tion, passed at its January meeting owned airport, including the portionthat by the sheriff's office "Ifa Statutes in every inch of the county,
;. 7 p.m.STARKE conflicts at the Keystone Airport will "doesn't change thing. Hardy con- lies in Bradford County. The Clay million dollars worth of propertywas whether within a municipality or not,
ZONING BD. be held at an early date, according to tends that Keystone may enforce its County sheriff's office is now contrac- confiscated at the Keystone Airport Reddish said"Unless .
7130 p.m.8HSFOOT8ALLBANQUET. Bradford County Attorney Dudley ordinances at the city-owned airport, ting with the City of Keystone for law who would get it?" he asks. we can work out some
Hardy. Expected to attend are the but that Bradford County has enforcement in the city and at the air- Reddish said he had no problem agreement for concurrent jurisdiction -
Stark O* C.Club Clay and Bradford County Sheriffs jurisdiction over any felonies com- port, since the Keystone police with the Clay County sheriffs office it could wind up in a court case,"
7 p.m. and representatives of the Keystone mitted J there and that felony trials department was abolished last enforcing Keystone ordinances at the the Bradford sheriff declared.
: MINISTERIALALLIANCE Council, spokesmen for the Clay and must be held I in Bradford County November. airport But held with Hardy's opinion Keystone City Attorney Jim Darby
11130..m. Bradford County Commissions, and court. Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Red- that felonies would be under the "full told the council last week that the only
Western Steer attorneys for the respective groups. The ordinance referred to gives dish says the issue"boils down to con- and exclusive jurisdiction" of Bradford potential problem in the jurisdictional
Hardy has notified the Keystone Clay County Sheriff Jennings Mur- current jurisdiction." Under the County. The Florida Constitution Issue between the two counties) could
FRIDAY.Jan. at Council that the "emergency or rhee law enforcement jurisdiction forfeiter law, Reddish said, all property makes the sheriff of each county arise when a person was arrested on
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE dinance"concerning airport jurisdic- over the entire 2.700 acres of the city- confiscated in a county is ad- responsible for enforcing State the Bradford side of the property.

Socla"130: p.m.

Dinner-/DINNER p.m. SpeedersBewareWarns Gets Adverse Nod Board 6'I
SPAOHETTI':00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. Police ChiefAs Request for "Spot Zoning" from
; Moose Lodg..TlcketsU.OO of January 25 Starke police have
been ordered to enforce all speed A request by Douglas Fertig to and would open up the property for change in zoning and one special ex- stall remote control switching equipment 4
MONDAY. Feb. 1BRADFORDCOUN7Y limits rezone 20,000 feet of other commercial uses in the ception.C. .
In the city. Motorist are warned square propertyone possible in a small cabinet seated on a
careless driving will no longer be quarter mile off Road 230A, near future. Fertig said he would not have Raymond Howe will be heard on concrete pad. Following the hearing,
COMMISSION MTO. tolerated. When you see a blue light Bethel Church, from Open Rural to more than two or three cars on the his request to rezone two acres, n4 the Zoning Board will make a recom
':, f:30 a.m. flashing behind you it will mean a Intensive Commercial was denied a site at any one time, but the board miles north on the east side of U.S.301 mendation for approval or disapproval E
; County Commission Rm. ticket, said Chief Jimmy Bowen. favorable recommendation by the voted to send a recommendation to from Open Rural to Residential- to( the Board Adjustments.
-. LAWTEY COUNCIL Bowen said he would like not to County Zoning Board: Tuesday night.- the County Commission for denial of Office. Zoning Director L. M. Gaines announced I
7l30p.m. have to give any tickets, so he is warning the change. Fertig was told he could Vernie Thornton was given per- the resignation,effective immediately
: .: motorist. Bowen hopes to pre Fertig who said he wanted the property appeal the Zoning Board's adverse mission to advertise for public hear- of Odom as a
r' TUESDAY. 7STARKE vent needless accidents and perhapseven rezoned so he could carry on the recommendation to the County Commission ing on a special exception on one acre, member of the board Gaines said a :
.. prevent a death by making repair of a few "exotic" cars at the at its next regular meeting. 1V4 mUes northwest of Starke, off new member, William (Bill) Wilson
CITY COUNCIL motorist more aware of their responsibility site, was told by the toners the proposed In other action permission to hold Highway 100, from RSF to MH-1 to will be seated at the February
: 30p.m.. I when they .r* driving change would be."spot zoning" public bearings were granted for one allow Continental Telephone Co. to In- meeting.



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I'uite-'A TELEGRAPH January 28, 1982 j

li Humility, Wisdom, Patience, Will Mark ]His Judgeship, George Pierce PraysEnrobed II

\ ; by his wife, Gladys, and ceremony....reflectlng over the 22 States of America. Practically every wisdom be patient and untiring in the'
e taking the oath administered by Cir years of private practice: of my many one of them Is founded on the Ten search for truth and be keenly conscious
cult Judge John A.H. Murphree, newly friends and associates that added to Commandment; What a superstructure of the evils arising in a workaday
.' appointed Judge George Pierce this pleasure, of being a member of to have our laws based upon. I world and avoid any unnecessary
-.j'I was invested: Jan. 15 into the office of one of the greatest professions today. pray that I can fulfill my duties upon delays.
County Court Judge for Bradford Goa's Commandments..and look to "The Bible says: 'Study to show I

County,Florida of tile Eighth Judicial "I think you can see the Joy Him for guidance and instruction so thyself approvld'b a workman that t
Circuit. reflected In my face and the faces of that I might be able to make just deci- needeth ashamed'. ':In

my family today. I think there is t t sions. Micah it says '....and what doth the
Supporters and friends of Judge nothing which so fills me as the con- Lord require of thee, but to do justly, I
l::11 j Pierce overflowed the largest county fidence the Governor had in appoin-- colleagues In the law, and and to love mercy, and to walk
Via\ courtroom and spilled out into the haUL ting me as your new County Judge, or k } k the people I serve I accept this position humbly with thy God.' '?"
; for the ceremony. A number of county the numbers of associates and friends m life and will strive to carry out thank wife of 29 I
"I mostly my yeats
I and circuit judges were present to that had encouraged me to pursue those definitions of the qualities of a for patience and understanding, ask i
ftt witness the ceremony. this milestone in my life. Judge by Socrates: 'To hear children to forgive me the neglect I
to to
courteously; answer wisely; con-
Judge Benjamin Tench, chief judge "I am glad that you are here to alder soberly; and to decide Impar- they may have received and ask in the my pursuit I,
w of the Eighth Judicial Circuit presided share this happy occasion with me," tially'. My greatest desire Is to of my profession fulfill their prayersof I
over the ceremony. The judges Pierce told the crowd."I understand human life and apply my all that" I might expecta

present included Judge Buzzy Green legal experience to the needs. tions. ",' i
and Elzie Sanders, both of Starke, and have tried to prepare myself to Judge Pierce was recently appointed i

both circuit judges. They wore their meet this challenge in the Judiciaryand "Finally, my response to you Is....! Bradford County judge, : I
; robes and sat in the jury box. with your help and encourage- will judge with the humility born of Gov. Bob Graham. '6Y:1

.. ment, I will do my best to fulfill your .... '
Judge Sanders welcomed Judge desires in the expectation you have of
Pierce to the bar. a Judge. Judge Pierce is Enrobed by His Wife, Gladys...

Judge Pierce's response was: Mrs. Gladys Pierce symbolically makes Judge George Pierce a memberof ..
"....I was thinking very strongly of "There is no country in the world the judiciary of the Eighth Circuit during an Investiture ceremony In the .
words of expression for this that has so many laws as the United Bradford courthouse. Looking on are the Pierce children, Robbie and Lynn. i


Tornado Talk .
this early, for your own benefit. This ty. There is expected: an over-now
one standard form for financial aid is crowd made up of our school
the student's application for three athletes, and local FSU alumni. The w
by Vickie Carver / types of aid: The BEOG (Basic, maximum seating number is 291, and

Grant, Florida Grant, and financialaid the tickets sold for the evening has .:
N at the chosen school. With this already reached the full capacity.
form, you fill out only one form. "

Thought for the week: year. All girls interested should con Campus Capers... -
There is no greater emptiness in tact the girl's coach, Gayle Lee. The Weightlifting team had a Michelle Bright is giving dance REASON #8: H&R Block uncomplicates :.

our lives.. BUS STUDENTS: Mrs. Anne match against Ocala Vanguard on lessons during lunch time..I think. the new 1040A Short Form.
than that created by the absence of Miller's II class will be Wednesday, Jan. 27 She
God. liookkerping was practicing her steps, and The so-called Short Form is now two pages It ::
glad to complete the income tax grooving to the sounds.
calls for up to 63 entries. You may even find your
return of any BUS student. If In- Track practice has begun this yea 16 times. :
Seniors.. self referring to the instructions
terested, bring your W-2 form and Training and work-out programs There are two people that are in
Wednesday, Jan. 27, seniors were any records of interest earned from a have started. That explains all those our thoughts and prayers, John H&R Block tax preparers are trained to ask the
measured for their graduation caps savings account to Room 1506. people out on the highways running Hamilton, and Jenny Shannon. We right questions make the right entries use the right
and gowns. At that time, they should these past weeks. Several par are praying for their recovery. forms. All you have to do is sign your name. =
have ordered any extra tassels they Any Senior planning to attend a ticipants seem to be having difficulty

wanted. junior college, state university, or walking to class... they mentioned H&R BLOCK :
technical school after graduation in something about being sore. Right
The Elks National Foundation of- June, and needing financial aid, Pam Pratt" Valerie Hightower" BRADFORD THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
fers scholarships within our state should pick up the Standard Application Louetle Smith" Alesia Sheffield"The COUNTY TELEGRAPH
each )'ear. Scholarship, leadershipand F'orm from Mrs. Aljets in the Published Thursday 17 reasons. One smart decision.
financial need are the criteria by Guidance Office. annual Football Banquet will at 110 W. Call Street

which the applicants are judged. take place tonight (Thursday, Jan. Stark, Florida 320*I
Finalists usually have a scholarship ANY student can apply for financialaid 28) at 7 p.m. U will be held at the New Office Location:
rating of !)O) percent or better and .- It is worth a try! Deadline for Starke Golf and Country Club. Guest Second Clan paid at
poitage STARKE
stand in the upper 5 percent of their financial aid applications at some speaker this year will be 'oach Hobby Stark.FloridaSubicrlptlon
class. Mrs. Allison Aljets, the schools is March 1, 1982. Please doiQ2 Bowden from Florida State Unlversi'take 964 N. Temple Ave. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
guidance counselor for llth, and 12th
grades, has the necessary application Ratati 964.8286 Keystone Shops #/3
forms. Deadline for the applicationsis In trad erect tt.OO pei y.ar
Monday, Feb. 1. The scholarshipsrange $5.00(1 month Hwy 21 N. 473-3646

from $750 to $900.
taiii11advantage Outside trad creel $10.00 per year

SENIORS: The suggestion box is $1.SO lx month

still in the front office. Your ideas for

our Class Theme Song, Poem, .J > .-.u '" ,,,...r.- _
Flower, and Junk Food are to be plac- a GBSMailroom. .
ed in the box before Friday, Jan. 29.
We will vote later in the year on these I

suggestions. The opportunity Is open Deal .. -' "
to anyone'Wl8ttlng'tollut1mtt"31J.tilffl-r.$ : : -F i or:II jlmlloif'',_. idt i.great deal on'" 1 i: '1 ,,< ';:: HEBE; '
; t
packaging, tapes (rom 3M Two. free ._ .. blaH 01 ,:d.0A.8
'The YC\,1 F'"JJT wabjpri ,'iiiiari',G *':'''when you buy lOVolU pf f ''ame'1' ,' -- 1 n
--"p. or the 60 yd Baw56eifnggltp&It's :"
Athletes) has a new sponsor, Coach a deal you don't want to miss. of ;
Lanier Clyatt. The former sponsor, UR'
Coach Carlton Faulk, is now coachingat our low 'F wAYS1
Middleburg High School, a great
loss for BUS. ; L:1i1: stickerprice
Coach Claytt, will act as sponsor
.. throughout the new year. Meetingsare : l eM Tppa

still on Wednesday mornings at 8 b-- yYtI

a.m. in his science room*1807)). 898 Scotch* Brand Filament Tape

60 yds 2" wide And take your ,,,-, YOURPHONE 'sLrrw
Junior 'lass is planning a Meets U S. Postal Regulations choice of col-

Sweetheart Dance for Feb. 13. Any ors too. Get a' ,I i IlA;
SENIOR boy interested in running for black or desert @) hnyla nt.d
"King of Hearts," to be announced at sand C-40 .- -
the dance, should contact Mrs. Wanda 1111 "
Deluxe DeskDispenser ,,
Smith, or a Junior Class officer. Kim when you pur- GE T'V.O" ::6Z:;:
Lawson is he
( president." The winner, chase 12 rolls of 3M'sScotcha I
"King of Heart, will receive $25 in 3750 Scotch Brand Brand Magic .
cash plus other prizes.
Package Sealing Tape Transparent Tape, now while

The softball 60 Meets yd]U. 2"S wide Postal supplies last. The dispenser is
girls leant is in the Regulations
of for the free, but the time Is limited
process re-organizing new
so hurry In while we celebratethe OFF THE HOOK.
BUYS GET 6 <3"e'-- annual
Hardee Offers 3750 Scotch Brand 1
Package Sealing Tape ; i Great Scot Sale
$1,000 Reward If you prefer a handy (q \ I We're '
cutter boa take this, I... introducing very helpful services into your area They'renamed
Wayne Hardee is offering a $1,000 I..
deal 30 yards 2" wide' In taw.
reward for information leading to the the bright red box Custom Calling Services, and they'll put the, most up-t' -date telephoning -

arrest persons and involved conviction in the robbery of person of his or The Office Shop advantages nght at your fingertips. The monthly coot is

gun Sometime shop. during the early morning HOW, Call St., Starke, FL surprisingly low; so to take full advantage of all these new services talk

hours of Jan. 25, entry was gained into 964-5764 to your Continental business office for all the details. .
Hardee's Gun Shop north of Lawtey'on
US-301. Removed were all the s
shotguns, handguns and rifles : Call Waiting is like having two
(approximately 20 in all), plus an _I lines and here'swhyafyou'reon: ..ty_ Hollo.s..1 1,turdy nt *
Opening 1stBRADFORD ,, .
February i ,. :/ Th *lory.How Oft Id,low*fo'Tony .
undetermined amount of scopes, ..;:'fo about a mow* M _M it oS
ing to reach you, li hear short r s.
you a well"5M' _
grips, clips, mounts, rings, holsters tone signal. By depressing ,_........."..".._.. ", / I S IV., "'
and ammunition. Also taken from the I
shop was an air-conditioner, CB base youroriginalcau"hlJldon"whlle lS. r ...
-4 ...
station radio and a cash box with less you answer your new call.I c-..1 ,....,"'"\. ( r.r r :
than $100 cash in it. So yrju'll! never have to wory -..,;,::. (.../ or (91 l::.."'",JU' '
If have about missing an important or \ /
you concerning .. 3 3thephoneandsomeoneelseistry 1
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a emergency call because you were /
the theft you may contact Wayne on the phone. a a \../'V )
Hardee or the Bradford County r ..

Sheriffs Office.Bankruptcy. Call Forwarding lets .

transfer calls automatically you to _.......__... L" .... D.._ .'"
Auction SetA 964-8807 U.S. 301 North 2111 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Florida another number. ::, "::.t-- .octu.ro- ;
OPEN; 7:30.5:00: p.m. Monday thru Saturday Before leaving home,you j ust .._ ; ,,'.'
dial a simple code,followed by the 0.'L
bankruptcy auction of building, '
number to which you want ,. '-- ..' .'1 ;y' ;,
For All Your Rental Needs your "
land, boats motors, and shop equipment ) calls forwarded. : "
of Jimmy Moore Sun Sports will /ZZ7
Now you can leave your home' I. '
be held Thursday, Feb. 4, starting at without missing any important r--- .' ,
10 a.m., according to an announcement Contracting Equip. ; phone calls.ThreeWay. : ', 'K. ,: '. '
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i debtor.by Charles W. Grant, trustee of Weddings 'C"f f 1 } 1. .n lbJ)1 A/: ? I. _

Inspection of the items and property Parties i 1 ;fo Calling allows ,

; to M auctioned is set for Wednes- Convalescent 1 you to add a third to a two- w+r.eatw.tro
day, Feb. 3, from 10 a.m. to 4 -1 (person ,. son lenturnex: :: :: '
T't'1 ors
i Auction Co. will p.m.McDougall's han- o Household ,7 the way third conversation+ party's number.just by dialing -.=pu_ro pt (""""'\-L l1*,lrhrNW .....'.._....UH1.,.er,HUkTufnJtj .
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dle the sale of business fixtures, and It's great when group decisions ,.. 3
equipment, and all inventory of every Equipment ; have to be made;and because -- ( .
kind, including boats, motors, q t' I .'. Three Way Calling: ev n works j '- t. f 'r., f .. .

trailers, and various and sundry sup) it's when perfect you recalling for holding long(family distance) "" 't; O C) C)l > u .,"'" t
plies. r -
Owned & Operated '
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reunions. "
I James T. Moore, sole proprietor of By S.A. Townsend /. .t ;7 ,. c\ 7
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the business, for bankruptcy in 96-4-8807 'It ." .
the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the .
I : Middle District of Florida. dlalmgtlmeinha.Speed Calling cut*your ,', .1'-

Dual only one or two digits' : ,. ,.,,
J a7 rnsnds
Sing at Lawtey : Mowers instead the wine number,, and .,? /.... "w' .". I Y_01'_...y.._. """" ; .
1 Church of God TilleV0 you'reau / t. .

An Old-time Gospel Sing will be o Tables .jo the Speed party ytU Calling'ticaUyintDuc.hwtth'f'.f is especially ; )(f) /1 '

held at the Lawtey Church of God Li helpful if you have small children; ",".. ",\ '} .f 1l 0.
Chairs .
.1 Saturday. Jan. 30, at 7:30 p.m. .j they can easily learn to dial one or LI/ /' -/ / } :,: : '
Featured will be the Frampton f o Tools r two digits in case of an emergency. II '
1 Family of Starke. and other local ? ;,. cJ.&C .1'. .
j fingers. ir Businesses I f f f I S ."
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Fund-Raisers for Irie HamiltonSet ,.. .... ", "'" ..,,, 'c'\' EJL

by Pop Warner Association .4

.The Bradford Cowboy Pop Warner association has planned two fund-raising
:p/ojects to help gather monies for the "Irie John Hamilton Jn Fund".
Hamilton' a 13-year-old Lawtey youth who was active in Pop Warner football r
and other sports locally, recently had a leg amputated because of cancer.
This Saturday,Jan. 30,a car wash will be held starting at 9 a.m.:at the Comjnunity -
Bank parking lot in Starke. Inmates from the Lawtey Unlimited group
: at LWCI will be washing cars with the proceeds goings towards the Hamilton! \ Y '1t
.:/, Also, the Pop Warner Association is raffling tickets for a side of beef .
...donated by the Meat Store.Chances at the raffle are available through Town- 4.'i. : .
'send Strickland (533-2268 days)or Dale Brown (964-6050). Groups or organizations t /
can get a stack of tickets to sell if they would like to help out young Irie.

.John. a,,
: Any contributions should be directed to the "Irie John Hamilton Fund" at Y ai
:Florida Bank.

;;Car Washes at LCI to Benefit'Victims '

'Inmates at Lawtey Correctional Institution will also hold a car wash Thurs
day Jan. 28, at the Institution for the benefit of Irie John Hamilton and .
another.. young cancer victim Jerry Gaskins, also of Lawtey. 1 ;4 Y II
: There will be other car washes according to Superintendent James T..!Wain-
wright with all proceeds going directly to the funds for the two boys. For fur- -
ther information contact Clifford Martin at LCI.IKeystone's .
&' a 1 ,

Wayne Smiths a, -

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j | New Hampton Marshal rte r..

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(ft: Wayne Smith of Keystone Heights, and Standards In Tallahassee. After'
;rwill become Hampton's new marshal, clearance, he will start on the$184.30 The Ceremony That Started. a Shopping Spree...
:filling a two-month vacancy that has per week job, and a part time
existed since last November when expoliceman will be hired to take over Family Dollar store officials and Starke Mayor Vernon Silcox", made It ofcAtarshal now living In Starke said the store opening"was" better than we expected. You
Fred Phillips took a week's during hours that Smith is attending ficial with a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Thursday morning.Jan. 21, and the can look at our shelves and !see it was great.
-vacation and failed to return to his classes at Santa Fe Community Colshoppers who lined the parking lot were soon set free in the new store for a
:}>b. lege to obtain certification. grand opening sale. .
:::: Smith, a former auxiliary Under new criteria adopted by the Pictured In the ribbon-cutting line are, from left to right Lucy Lias of a
policeman at Bunnell, Is presently Council for its marshal Smith will be Jacksonville Family Dollar store. District Manager Glenn Smith. Starke HEARING TESTS SET
::::uncertified for police work and will required to move to Hampton and Store Manager Connie Carter Mayor Silcox, and Regional Manager Mike
ot assume his duties waiver is reside within the city limits,be on call Anderson.
received from the Division of Police at all times, and hold no second job. Miss Carter who trained at a Family Dollar store in Douglas. Ga., and Is Starke

-- (Hearing tests using electronic equipment will be given on Friday.

January 29 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Our hearing aid specialist will be here.
=*4 BHS Juniors Represent School At UF Science Symposium

These tests have been set because<< many people suspect they have trouble
m Bradford High School will again learning experience that draws chosen by the science faculty at BHS chosen by each student from a long
;Rlay a part as the 18th annual Florida students from about 40 Florida high on basis of their grades, interest, and list that includes topics as diverse asdlnior hearing and UNDERSTANDING. Use of the latest electronic equipmentwill
::: Science, Engineering & schools to the UF campus. This year citizenship. "nuclear and radiation chemistry", indicate whether there is such a problem and if it can be electronically -
;Humanities Symposium (JSEHS) the schedule runs from Sunday, Jan. "genetic engineering of plant genes", helped. Some of the causes of hearing loss will be explained and
takes place on the University ofEEJorida 31, through the morning of Tuesday, Included among the schedule of and "molecular spectroscopy and will be available for those interested.
campus the first of next week. Feb. 2.BHS. events area campus tour and orientation laser laboratory'. Over 100 diagrams of how the ear works
t::=:Four BHS juniors Stuart Pauley, science teacher Jerry Sunday; and a general session, members of the University of Florida
EHrad McRae, Craig Sapp, and McGriff, a chairman of operations for three lab sessions for each student a faculty and staff provide the program Everyone, especially senior citizens should have their hearing tested
rtavance: Gay will represent theschool the Symposium, is also the sponsor banquet, and museum tour Saturday. of visits, talks, seminars, and lec- least If there is trouble at all hearing clearly -
in the Symposium, a science for the BHS group. The students were The lab sessions to be attended are tures. electronically at once a year.
even those who wear hearing aids and those told nothing could be

should have test with the lastest method of hearing correction.
done a
;Madison St. Baptist To Conduct Christian Marriage Class

The electronic hearing tests will be given on Friday.January at Koch's

Srhe Adult Department of the Crusade's Family Ministry will be us also beneficial for young single Weir Teresa Bauldree and Danny Drug Store. 166 W Call St.
j 3 adison St. Baptist Church will start ed. The classes are designed to make adults. Learning these principles Hildebran.On .
at: :13 week class on Christian Mar- good marriages even better. It will before marriage is beneficial toward Jan. 30, at 7 p.m. the Youth will
:frTage, beginning'Sunday Jan. 31, at reveal the Holy Scriptures view of building a strong foundation in Christ be having a Scavenger Hunt, which Appointments for Friday can be arranged by calling 964-6757
8-S0: p.m. marriage and deals with such topicsas from the very beginning.Last will begin at the Church. Please call for an appointmentto
The Leader of this class will be Len- : oneness, leadership submission, Thursday night the Youth had Everyone is cordially invited to all
nie Spitale. finances, sex, parenting, communication their weekly Bible Study Class at the services of Madison Street Baptist avoid waiting

Materials from the Campus....,.,..,.," and others.: This class is opened home of Mrs. Jewell Joyner Those in Church. Nursery is provided.,,
Ttn "'Gdalr'aj"ei; "V 1 t"et1i hltealTc&were: Robin Yeager, Rev. Robert Gillis, pastor.
.,'", n'N"g a art .'. .
ty o $ \.Iarlrj; Richardson, Monica ---- n. '
B.P.O.E. To Hold' 'I 1 i =
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Nominations Feb. I .
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New members initiated Into
Elkdom at the Jan. 18 meeting at the
Starke Elk Lodge were: George G WantedThe
Carlisle, Harold C. Farnsworth, Jr.,
and Irving Jasmin.
Under the supervision of lodge City of Starke Police Dept. will be taking applica-

secretary Bill Wilson, ST.. a Chicken tions for 2 Police Officers beginning Thursday, January 28
Pilau supper was served Sat, evening.Jan. .
23, at the lodge for members and through Wednesday, February 3, 1982.
wives. Applications can be obtained at Starke Police Dept. or

All Starke Elk members are urgedto City Hall.

attend the meeting Mon. night Requirements: Must be 18 years old or older and be cer-.
Feb. 1 I. at which time nominations of
officers for the 1982-83.year will.be tified as a Police Officer with State of Florida.
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(ED1TOH1AL; ) Essay ContestAnnounced

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: In the depressionridden1930s ferment. Many Americans,

\ i practically every store out of sheer desperation, were All school children, public, private
4 window on Call Street proudly tempted by Marxism at-" and Parochial, in grades 7-12. are in-

.. displayed the NRA Blue tracted by Soviet communism vited to enter this year's Fleet

;, ;. Eagle, symbol of the National The nation could Reserve Association (FRA) Annual

Recovery Administration pro- well have fallen into Americanism Contest.
very theme is "What
This year's essay
,i" i gram of President Franklin anarchism if something had my vote means to me."

:j t D. Roosevelt, which had not been done at that time.FDR's Essays must be typewritten

brought new hope to a nation printed or legibly written on one side

haunted by hunger doubt, and fireside chats were of paper only and are not to exceed
1 despair. perhaps no match for Church- 300 words. Each entry must be accompanied

hill's "blood, sweat, and by a separate sheet of
FDR, the only President ? paper bearing the entrant's name, ad-
tears but the jauntiness of
dress (including zip code), telephone
the of this nation to
in history his tilted hat, his upthrust cig- number, school and grade,and Social
serve four terms in the White arette, and his air of confid- Security Number. If the entrant does

House, was inaugurated in ence, as admirer Royster not have a Social Security Number,

January 1933 and during his Roosevelt Centennial says, "...dampened much the number of his parent or guardianwill
first 100 days in office launched 30( suffice.
that January despair by giving people the Each student may submit only one
make-work programs feeling he would never sur-

provided jobs for persons who man who, through his com- render to the economic foe, entry Entries will be judged soley on compliance

had been out of work since the passion for those less for- however badly the battle with contest rules, best

stock market panic of 1929; tunate and in need of help, went. For holding up the nation's thought process and adherance to
returned stability to the nation's coupled with his political essay theme. Entries are judged by
morale in those if
years, with winners selected
please school grade,
banks, many of which adroitness, left the American J4ouor
for nothing else, President from each group. Local area winning
had already closed their people with what one historian
Roosevelt deserves the appreciation entries will be forwarded for con-
doors; and most important of described as "a more humane of his countrymen?' sideration at the regional and national -

all restored confidence with identity." ford levels.
County'snom Local Area Award Winners (Each
his radio "fireside chats, And when war finally
in the Wall Street
Writing )
Grade Group :
his listeners that came ...Roosevelt was a
assuring First : $50 Savings Bond and
Journal, Vermont Royster, place
".. we have nothing to fear but who remembers FDR"when" superb leader. He rallied ,the : plaque.2nd .
fear itself." country, pushed it to boldness Place: Plaque3rd
"For 13
says: years faster than most admirals and Place: Plaque .
January 30, 1982 is the the man bestrode his nation generals were ready for. He d All entrants receive a "Letter ofv"J.

100th anniversary of President hke) a Colossus, something no had the imagination and the Recognition"
z National Awards (Each Grad
Roosevelt's birth. Almost man before had done so long, will to launch the uncertain L
Group) ttpJ;:
half a century has passed and no man will do again. For
atomic project which ultimately 1st Place: $100 Savings Bond and!",
since his inauguration in 1933. many of those years he was a would bring us vic- Jaycees Collecting for Memorial Plaque a:

Millions of Americans, on the dominant world figure. He revolutionized tory sooner with less loss in Keystone Height Jaycee members were working in the Mjrke area 2nd Place: $75 Savings Bond and 4

sunnyside of 50, to whom the the way his country lives. But most of all he gave Sunday, collecting for the memorial honoring American' killed in \'iel- Plaque 3:9: .,
3rd Place: $50 Savings Bond and?
name of Franklin D. Roose- conducted its affairs. He nam. '-
the the confidencethat ::
velt may have little meaning, remade the map of Europe country Nineteen-IIundred and twenty-six: Floridians: Including more than too PlaqueGrand
would win it in National Award Winner
we even from the Bradford. Clay Alachua and Putnam area are nullified in the
will be given an to and Asia. : ...
opportunity{ the darkest days of 1942. And total. The Jaycees set a goal to pay for the inscriptions or the names of $1,000 Savings Bond ",,,
and who "
know appreciate one And he did this, win it we did." Florida's dead on the monument. All entries should be postmarked,"".
has been described as the Pictured above (from lefOare Archie Williams. Kene Williams and Kill
remember not from a throne before the March 10 deadline. Mail'
"greatest and most compass- monarch "This country and the Boe. The Jaycees collected morethan f 200, enough to pay for ten names. entries to: Robert Nicholas 1591 Lane,.

ionate President of the 20th as a European or world will never again be Ave. So. 103-C, Jacksonville, FI.:,:.

Century. from dictator a would wheel have chair done in, but the what it was before Franklin One Teacher's Letter to Citizens of CountyI 32210. j i

Drawing on just about White House. For he was a Roosevelt" walked upon the The Fleet Reserve Association is an:

every available film and victim of polio. The annual stage. have taught many of you duringthe mounting, employee morale falling to organization of more than 150,000 active -
than that have a new low. The brusqueness of the duty and retired members of the ..
more 21 years you
newsreel archive most televi- Balls in his This is the of Ver- '
"Birthday given opinion permitted me to work In our school recommendations to the Board the United States Navy, Marine Corps":
sion networks are this week honor, and at which Starkeites mont Royster, the then system. During these years my love instant acceptance of the Superinten- and Coast Guard. ...

offering extensive recreations danced every January 30 dur- 22-year-old reporter who had and concern for the young people in dent's recommendation the air of
Jacksonville Branch
and reviews of the event- ing the Roosevelt years, his first glimpse of FDR in the, this county have given me the inspiration distress and disappointment from the Jacksonville Branch 126 ird. 91 Mayporti"Branch West:

ful Roosevelt years that ended marked the beginning of a spring of 1936 at a presidential. and an intense desire to give to packed teachers and Board other room school filled with. 290 of the FRA arc combining:
these youth the best that I haveto personnel.As
with his death in 1945, after he successful nationwide fight press conference in those give. very I left this meeting it was with a their efforts to further participation"1'1'

had led the nation through the against polio. days a small, informal gather- It has always been my strong con- very deep sense of hurt and disillu- in the FRA National Americanism :i:;-1

great depression and a world ing held in the Oval Office of viction that a job "well done" would sionment that in our close knit com- Essay Contest again this year, and''""
As Mr. Royster recalls will present suitable awards to localp
war. the White House. reap a bountiful harvest I have never munity we have reached this state of
:"...it's hard to explain to been a part of any "movement" that affairs. For so many years you have area winners, in addition. to regional'and 111'j

The television tributes ,new generations .that. .FDR. It ,is also-the opinion of would create dissention which may made me feel worthy of )'our respecrandjsoyetttheihappiness national awards. ;*/''*'f

will reach a climax on Fridayat really did fors country what .many.of.uswho,Jived through adversely affect our youth In return I have ,;, .. ,
you, the parents, and your children known working with our youth. Why is I .. ,.. ,. .
8 pm. when ,ABQ. will; Churchhill did: foe: his.at a ':: the.. depression; years and have repaid me a thousandfold YbJ' It that now I am seeing more and .j w..IIj" j 1'1\ -.I. r

devote its entire prime-time later time; he held up the peo shudder to think what the nation have continuously given your supportand more young, truly dedicated teachers FORESTRYIN i

scheduled to a three-hour documentary ple's spirits in a time of trou- might have become had it made my educational experiencein leaving our community Have we ...,.,.

entitled simply, ble. It was, as the history not been for Franklin Delano this community a labor of love, reached the point that we are so IRAOFOBD "F.D.R.' the of the among happy, caring people. callous, se blinded by our own personal
-- story books say, a time of radical Roosevelt. H '<'
On Monday, January 18, I attendedthe ambitions that we have built I
School Board meeting. One of the barriers between the School Board :' By Dave Nortoii I

items on the agenda was consideration Superintendent and teachers which County Forested; I
I.: New Federalism Passes Buck to StatesAt of a Special Master's report con- can only result in adverselyaffecting 3

cerning "Impasse" between the our youth? How ironic that in my = oV7
Board and the Bradford Education classroom I stress high values. .

is of the of tax dollars ( Association. It was with a very con- fairness and "to do unto others as you In Bradford County this is the rightnr
last the cat out )
or more required -
with which he should have fused and frustrated attitude that I wold have them do unto you". Why time to plant winter hardy trees. Thisis
bag. to do the job. come to grips. left this meeting. How very sad to then did I leave a meeting, of these true whether you are getting Jhem.g;:
recall days when our Board, who have such influence in Improvingour
from wild from Mnelvl
Mr. nurseries or
President Reagan will solve Reagan's revolutionary
Foreign affairs and rela- Superintendent, and School Personnel educational system feeling so unnecessary woods, and whether you are planting
all of the nation's problems, bill of goods should come as no tions with other countries was worked as one unit for the bettermentof despondent and totally them for shade flowers fruit
present and future, with the surprise to those who followedhis and our community, and how difficultto helpless tract wildlife. : ; pgoyaI'; :
almost :
totally ignored, t ; H t twO
face the realization that those
bold stroke" of Governor days supply
single dump- career as of domestic issues were brushedover Adele Mitchell Nurseries usuallycan many
billion worth of California where he seem to be a thing of the past Battle varieties of trees, sometimes
ing $50 present early-on BMS, Starke
lightly if touched at all. lines seem to be drawn tensionsA
Federal programs into the showed a tendency to shift the bareroot at l low cost,. eonie iW\1t .4 f}
These are a few of the thingsthe containers of dirt which,drg r'f'PIG ec1Slsw
laps of State and City burden of the troublesome
Nation wanted to know pensive. Natural areas*. taJ8 9m'l! >na
ments. programs from the about and needs to know them or gain access by permission
statehouse to the local level. from the owner, also can supply
This the of about First and foremost -- County Agents
was centerpiece ; By choice little trees for iransplorlineTThe
his State of the Union address The "New Federalism"plan unemployment ; the $100 importance of obtaining tr.IIIHfJOT

Tuesday night, which dealt does not take into account billion, recordbreakingdeficit Notebook Bobby 11. sion before removing trees.froind l )sM

more with the future State of vast differences in the ; the ineffective energy Taylor you do not own can: not be "vc 1II'Q"9n

the States than it did with the abilities and the resources of program, which has all but phasized.If you want to start the trees at the

present State of the Union. the fifty states to finance and been dismantled; the lessen- best time of the year.:you,should gelM

administer such intricate pro- ing of emphasis on en- to it promptly. The plants are dor&ui
The so-called New grams. To suggest that the vironmental protection; effec- break in the weather will cause a needed. Most of our garden soils are mant now making few damand 'bnbJ4

Federalism plan, if put into effect States and Cities can assume tive plans for crime control; lot of activity out in the fields and acid and lime or dolomite is needed to the root systems; they will be shocked
by Congress, will serve to around the home and garden. Folks correct acidity and supply sufficient the least by transplanting now] : WithM
climax Mr. Reagan's practiceof the burden of administrating the plight of agriculture -- not will start land preparation for crops, quantities of calcium and the return of warmer weather the vi[
them is simply to ignore the even mentioned; increasing and some will set a date for seeding magnesium. plants will begin a surge of growttni&L
"delegating authority" to teachings of American failures and bankruptcy of spring vegetables.Most and moving them at that time will be.M

others, thus ridding his administration history. Such programs, to be large and small businesses; folks will soon be buying fertilizer Commercial fertilizers'should, be almost a cinch to shock them, if not
of troublesome used in gardens to supply an abun- kill them if
the abandonment of
administered and of
fairly and programsto for their gardens some
dance of mineral nutrients, to insure If is wjthoufcliA
he has stomach transplanting desired
programs no train the millions the questions I have had indicate a
equally, must be done at the of of
for production of satisfactory crops the aid of a mechanical tree spaderiM
and workable solutionsto
no Federal level or they will not, unemployed for jobs in need for. more information about fer high quality. Manure is an' excellent select a tree NO taller than your hip. iW
offer. In order finance tilizers.All
to in many instances, be done at nuclear science, com- source of organic matter for garden For best results select a tree at knee ice':
these excise taxes have food for soils and usually is a good source of
programs all and large segments of puterism, electronics, and plants must height. Some trees--dogwoodv-
now collected by the Federal other fields for growth. Once plants use up the food nitrogen and potassium but is low is silverbells magnolias redbuds waxv.JJl::
Government would be placedin our society will suffer the con- sophisticated stored in the seed, they must obtain phosphorous Nutrients from manure myrtles and many others--can giveim
fund and returned sequences.In which they are not quaJified; sufficient amounts from the soil or are more slowly available than in you shade, highlight a porch or patio Jala:
a trust to and the cutting of student other medium In which they are grow- commercial fertilizers. The high and supply spring blossoms and faBrew

the states over eight years loans to train young people as ing. There is some plant food in most availability of nutrients especially food for wildlife. If you want or-
after which, the states can his smoothly delivered, doctors administrators and all soils. But most garden soils do not nitrogen in commercial fertilizers is namental trees green all year around l'
"root hog or die," and discontinue ear-soothing talk to the Nation have enough We must add plant food very important in vegetable growing. look to the pines and cedars plus such |f.
the if Tuesday Mr. research scientists to fill a de- in the form of commercial fertilizeror Even when manure is used on the broadleafs as holly, live oak. and-in :
.j j programs theycan't night, Reagan
'mand that grows greater each manures. The fertilizer recom- garden it is desirable to apply a com- wet locationssweetbay.Trees .
come up with ways to gpught to divert attention year. mended for most garden soils is call- plete commercial] fertilizer contain- that give you shade and a ma-
finance them.Apparently. from the many growing and ed a mixed fertilizer. It must be plac- ing nitrogen, phosphate and potash. jestic presence for your home include'"": -

unsolved problems of his Ad- These are some of the ques- ed on the soil where plant roots can almost all kinds of oaks plus 5
we will be ministration by spotlighting tions that need to be reach It. Spraying fertilizer on the Fertilizers are available with a sycamore, cypress, and in proper set :::
trading Big Federal Govern- his "New Federalism' answered and which were notaddressed leaves is not suggested except for cor- wide variation in the amounts of tings, the catalpa which is usually g
ment for Big State Govern'R recting minor element deficiencies. nitrogen, phosphate and potash. Most grown for its leaf-eating caterpillars g
s with dream, almost totally ignor- by Mr.. Reagan commercial grades show specified which are famed fishbait. This tree !:
ment, the same amount ing the real world problems Tuesday night. Materials applied to the soil to fur amounts of minor elements. The kind also has exotic cream and purple g

I : nish plants with nutrient elements, of fertilizer to use on a garden will depend flowers and dignified appearance at S;
I except animal manures and other on the soil type and the previous maturity ::::

J organic residues, are called, treatment of the soil. Trees that attract: wildlife include S

The Florida BRADFORD CQ "commercial fertilizers". The pecans and other hickories* :;j
nutrient elements most likely to be In home gardens where many kindsof elderberry black cherry persimmon -
needed on most soils are nitrogen, vegetables are grown in small all members of the holly family) g
phosphorous and potassium. These area under intensive culture it and all oaks. Non-tree species that :;
@ miiigrnp4 nutrients are always given in this becomes necessary to suggest practices -- one might want to consider along the -
i order in the analysis shown on the fertilizer that are widely adapted and will edge of yards are blackberry and wild g
bag. For example, a "6-8-8" is be satisfactory for the crops that have grape vines. Please bear in mind that st:
.i; a fertilizer containing 8 percent large nutrient requirements but will thorns and a "jungle" appearance g
PRESS available nitrogen; 8 percent not be injurious to those with the are the result by growth of these two 5
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER phosphorous and 8 percent lowest needs. It is possible to use too species.The .

I Publishers potassium. much fertifizer.and thus i injure crops. 'county forester's office is 5 p I
available to answer questions that a
Publihd och Thursday and *n .rd a* Second Clan Mattr at th. Post Ofik at Stark. Flo under Act oi March 3. 1879 Other elements are needed by We have a good garden circular you might have pertaining to planting a
plants) but these are usually present that covers amounts, kind and waysto
or tree-'s
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b Engaged Couple Party HonoreesBarbara I

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.;,1. S ,r0.y: .Iwt '1"<,',;,'J\\" The Social Side Valinski of Starke and by pink icing flowers on white icing on I
.,.,.'<',' 11.tIJ","\ 'i Jack Strube of Keystone Heights, each piece served, punch and coffee.
){ I"f'i" f\ were honored at a combination bunco The couple plan a Feb. 27 weddingat
t/ TheSociety party and bridal shower Saturday, St. Edward's Catholic Church in
1 MootyJj Starke.
/" Jan. 27 given by the prospective-
,', ';' groom's uncle and aunt, Joe and Bet.
:.. ,' Editor ty Rice at their home in Jacksonville.The .
{, 32 guests enjoyed( a lively gameof
964-7603 News bunco while getting acquainted
>Q with friends and relatives of the cou-
o ple. Local guests besides the couple
were Bobbie and Ski Valinski, parentsof
) the bride Annette Stewart, Bar BIRTHSJames
.I( y} Y 4. .9IL 11rt't bara's grandmother John and Joe
Angia Higginbotham Honored at ShowersThe Valinski, brothers and Jennifer Haas,
maid of honor, all of Starke; with

home of Mrs.' Hilton Colemanwas The refreshment table was covered John and Joe making a special trip
the scene of a bridal shower with a white cloth and centered with a home from FSU to attend.
given Monday, Jan. 18, In honor of punch bowl. Attending from Keystone Heightswere William flaky
Miss Angia Higginbotham by The honoree was presented with Frances and Ed Strube, parentsof Jim Baley and Marilyn Bollinger of
: hostesses: Mrs. Kenny Thomassen, many lovely and useful gifts. the groom, and Bruce and Phyllis Asheville, N.C., announce the birth ofa
I Mrs. Joey Sapp and Mrs. Mike Strube, Jack's brother and sister-in- son James William born Dec. 2,

: O'Steen.Several bridal games were played The J.C. Griffis' law.While the couple opened their gifts, 1981.Maternal grandparents are Dr. and
the served cake the Mrs. H.G. of Gainesville,
w and prizes were given to the winners. Are Hosts At guests were by Bellinger
Refreshments were served from hostess with a !gold< wedding ring held former Starke residents.
the diningroom table which was Rehearsal Supper
covered with a white lace cloth over 1 Angela Brtli Crews
The Fellowship Hall of the Starke
Andy and Cheri Crews of Wake
green and centered with a cake Church of God was the setting of the
Brandyn Padgett Forest, N.C., announce the birth of a
decorated in and yellow.
rehearsal dinner, Jan. 22, for Angia
Beth born Jan.
Celebrates daughter, Angela ,
The honoree received many useful Higginbotham and Jay Griffis prior to
Maternal grandparents are Rev.
'* gifts during the shower and the the .
rehearsal.The Second
wedding Birthday
I at and Mrs. Don Scheetz of Keystone
r } rl hostesses presented her with a set of head shaped table was
W..I le A 1 cookware as a memento of the occa- covered with an Ivory lace cloth over Little Brandyn Lauren Padgett, Heights. Maternal great-
.y sion. daughter of Greg and Julie grandmothers are Mrs. Margaret
? Padgett
blue linen and centered with an arrangement -
\ Hoeft and Mrs. Opal Scheetz of Tampa
her second Jan.
of ligustrum, blue and birthday,
Miss Higginbotham was complimented bronze silk roses and interspersedwith 14 with a party Saturday, Jan. 16, at and great-great grandmother is
:. .;;'v r" h at a lingerie shower Jan. 21 tall bronze burning tapers. The their home on SR225 Lawtey. Mrs. Butler of Tampa.
at the home of Miss Shelley Sikes in other tables were also covered with Over 20 guests enjoyed a Tweety- Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Crews of Starke. Great
., .f-l} Lawtey with co-hostess Miss Robin ivory lace cloths over blue linen and Bird cake and Kool-aide during the
Tatum. Guests were several of thehonoree's centered with tall bronze burning party hours of 4-5:3p.m.: ( after which grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Floyd
''I. { t. : Crosby and Mrs. Carrie Crews, all of
close friends. and Brandyn opened her gifts.
: tapers surrounded with ligustrum Starke.
blue silk roses and blue bells. Place Among those attending were her
cards marked the seating arrange- sister Raye, her grandmother, Mary
Mrs. Inez Kelly Mrs. Kevin Tillman ment for the families and the bridal K. Padgett of Starke and her great Did You Know...........
party. grandmother Evelyn (O.J.) Normanof

; Mrs. Inez Kelly Celebrates 80th BirthdayMrs. Shower HonoreeMrs. The couple presented gifts to their the Lawtey. Also visiting her her earlier in Six members of the MethodistWomen's
were grandparents
Kevin Tillman,a recent bride, attendants following dinner.
Inez Kelly was honored on her nieces of Mrs. Kelly. was honored at a miscellaneous Hosting the occasion were Mrs. Jan Harley L. (Johnny) and Betty Hazenof celebrated Iva Sunday Smith's School Class Mon-
0 80th birthday with a reception Sunday The punch table held two crystal shower on Thursday night, Jan. 21, 'Corbett,Mrs.Hilton Coleman and Mr. Deer Springs Lake, Keystone day with lunch at Ironwood birthday Country
afternoon, Jan. 17, given by her punch bowls and an arrangement of given by Tammy Baldree, Becky Gid- and Mrs. Charles Schmitt. Heights. Club in Gainesville.
daughter, Mrs. Alton Dobbs and roses and carnations. Presiding at the dens, Mrs. M.A. Payne and daughter
granddaughter, Mrs. James Starling punch bowls were Mrs. Lil Ayer, Mrs. Nancy, at the Payne home on Bessent

held at the Fellowship Hall of the Alma Leta Sparks, Mrs. Myrtle road. Did You Know...........
Graham Baptist Church. Halslop ad Mrs. Mary Ella Walter- Upon their arrival, corsages were FaithlnTheArtsPresenting
Standing in the receiving line were son presented to the honoree, her mother
Mrs... Kelly and her two sisters and Mrs. Janna Samons, great grand. and grandmother Mrs. John Miller Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton is visitingher
brother, Mrs. Louise Ward and Mrs. daughter, kept the guest book. and Mrs. S.M. Miller and to the parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Worth
\ Alleane Moore of Starke and Fred Mrs. Kelly was presented with an mother and grandmother of the Jackson in Winder, Ga. while her
: Halslop of Jacksonville.The orchid corsage from her family. groom, Mrs. C.R. Tillman and Mrs. mother is in the hospital. Alice Anderson Hudson Soloist
cake table was centered with a Approximately 100 guests called Addie Tillman. ,
three tiered birthday cake decorated between the hours of 2:30: and 4:30: Several bridal games were played Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Buford and Mrs.
with pink roses and balanced by two p.m. with Mrs. Bob Ferguson and Cheryl Gloria King visited Mrs. Iris Stilley in January 31 1982at
large gold candelabras with pink Gumber winning prizes. Jacksonville on Sunday.
tapers. Cutting the cake were Mrs. The refreshment table was covered 7:30 p.m.
Judy Griggs and Ms. Kay Garver, W.T. Weeks, UDC with a pale yellow linen cloth and Mrs. Helen Harley was in Riverside
To Meet Feb. 3 centered with a multi-colored arrang- Hospital last week for arm surgery. First United Methodist
Debt Overstreet ment of silk flowers. Punch was servo -
The W. T. Weeks chapter UDC will ed from a silver punch bowl at one Mrs. A.J. Barry, son Drew and l Church
Shower HonoreeMiss meet Wednesday, Feb. 3, at 3 p.m. at end of the table and a bridal shower daughter, Adrienne had a belated b ,,b' tl Walnut & Jefferson Streets
Debi Overstreet, whose mar the home of Mrs. George Roberts,Sr., cake at the other end. Christmas dinner and exchanged uf ) ,
riage to Mike Prescott will be an with co-hostesses Mrs. J.H. Fields, The honoree received many useful gifts with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Admission Free
honored at Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Mrs. Emma gifts from the invited guests. The AI K. Carlisleof
s event of Feb. 5, was a Goldwire, Mr. and Mrs. -
i bridal. shower Monday night at the Tanner. hostesses presented her with a Starke and Miss Shelley Meyer of Nursery Provided
i home of Mrs. C.E. O'Steen given by toaster-oven as a remembrance of the Gainesville as guests on Sunday. Variety of Music
. members of the Bradford County Woman's Club occasion.
; Hospital Auxiliary. Out-of-town guests for the occasionwere
arrival Debi was presented Executive Board Mrs. Arthur Owens of Palatka

.' with Upon a corsage of bJ e,carnaJiol1& ".. To Meet '" ",-. .,. and 'Mrs.... ..Addie... E. Tillman 0' .."of.-Adel. ...,. p.9' ..... -" . .. .. '" ... , -. "
, centered with matching bride and ;'Ga.
The'executive board of the Starke''' '
t grT'5e-r Tres me nfrable was co"vered"-="Wort1 n'S"CIIJIJ' Will! '''meet'Wednesday,;" rJm I !>!'I" L 11 i .d 'iV 1''' '., ; rtL
with an Imported lace and cutwork Feb. 3, at 12 noon at the Western Steer 'Did You'Know.ti.< "

cloth and centered with a spring arrangement Steak House.Spaghetti. 'UNCLEIRA

of white, yellow and blue Mr. and Mrs. W.S. 'Haas visited r
daisies,iris,accasla and snapdragons their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. r
in a blue cutglass compote. A varietyof SupperBy and Mrs. Mark Triinpey in Tampa on
party foods were served In antique Women of the MooseThe Saturday.Mrs. .
Cambridge ice blue glass compotes
Women of the Moose will havea
and trays. A crystal punch bowl was A.S. Harrison returned Sun-
tune end of the table. spaghetti supper, Friday, Jan. 29, day from North Florida Regional
from 6 to 8 at the Moose Lodge.
received p.m.
Miss Overstreet
many Hospital where she was confined 12 ..
lovely and useful gifts from the 30 Price $2.00.Stephanie. days after surgery.
members attending.
oil/ii i iDi7 Mrs. L.H. Gibson returned Saturday -

;;YoU ow.;,..,..... O'Steen Regional after two Hospital weeks where in North she Florida had a J 0 I N I RA be the integrated same time with?Social Can these Security plans?

anitnl ,' Qualifies In hip replacement. Her brother and I Individual I What Is the maximum tax shelter
Tib>S'Olson is1 patient In Bradford GymnasticsMr. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice you can achieve with these plans?
County Hospital Peterson of Silver Springs, Md. are Retirement Army Talk to Uncle IRA.
torn n/iqijij- i and Mrs. Gary O'Steen, visiting her for two weeks. Joining the
aomhanio: J"' Richard and Stephanie spent the family over the weekend were Mr. There's never been an ad written \ You may have heard that you can
Ml''. a'htfMrs.' !"Allen Woods of Lake week-end in Largo, where Stephanie and Mrs. Gerry Gibson of Meritt that answers all the questions select your ownretirement withdrawal schedule -
Wales'' were 'weekend'guests of Mr. competed in the Gymnastic District Island. might have about retirement at But exactly what
and'Mrs."Neaiy' !' McConnell, Jr. Qualifying Meet for Class III Com- plans. You've heard a lot about withdrawal schedules are
nlLelrtuy :" '. pulsory and Optional Gymnast.A Mrs. Jimmy Clements of Sanford available and which
iRAs one
tlgque( 01.1') 01.. Qualifying score of 55.00 was spent the first of the week with Mr. (Individual Retirement ,
TDC"' Richard 'M.' Clements and needed to go on to the Sectional Meetto and Mrs. Eddie Douglas. Accounts), Keogh Plans, and will be best foryou? To
TDCS,and Mrs.'James N. Palleschi of be held in Orlando in February anda SEPs (Simplified tI all your questions, you
Mactnny>were'Saturday night din- score of 58.00 was needed to par- Mrs. A.J. Barry and daughter, Employee Pension Plans), .. can get specific
ner' uests of Mr)and Mrs. Don Neel. ticipate in the state Meet to be held in Adrienne attended the SoutheasternYarn but you still have... answers tailored to you
Tampa in March. Stephanie qualifiedfor Crafters Guild meeting in Atlanta personally-from
",dl, t6 .}' both with a total score of 61.50. She Thursday and Friday. unanswered questions.
Mrl )Arid ,Mrs..' Arthur' Nichols of placed first in floor exercise, third on You want to know, for Uncle
Palatka were Monday guests of Mr. balance beam, fourth on vault and Mr. and Mrs. Mac Bladwin attended Instance, what the rate of We have put specially
and'Mrs'. Herbert Thomas. fourth all around. the 139th annual Episcopal Dioceseof interest is that save t trained Fortune
b r . ,. Stephanie trains 3-5:\ hours a day, 5. Florida convention In Tallahassee ings will earn. And your how is Advisers in all 30
Mt.and Mrs:Don Balloon and family 6 days a week at Brown's Gymnasticsin Thursday Saturday and visited her offices, Make ana
that established? Is it
of Orlando and Winfred Hazen of Gainesville. parents, Mr and Mrs. J.C. Pipkin in rate f appointment soon to see
Gainesville were Saturday visitors of Bonifay Saturday and Sunday, fixed rate or variable t t
Uncle IRA at
Mr/and Mrs. M.F, Hazen. Did You Know........... rate? And how much if your near
u, any control do you have est t jrtune Federal
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rowell of Mr. and Mrs. Harris Lyle of Notice over the investment of office. Become a soldier
Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Rowell. Portland, Ore. were Sunday to Thurs- Morning Sun Health Food Store your savings? Just ask of Fortune in the Individ
Mrs Ivy McDuffie of Hickox Ga.and of day'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald has new hours Uncle IRA your Fortune {' ""' ual Retirement Army.
Mr..-and Mrs. P.T. Wainwright Griffis at Kingsley Lake. They visited Enlist by age 30 and you
last thru Adviser.
Green Cove Springs were Monday Friday 1-5 pm
Silver and
Busch Gardens, Springs
could retire a millionaire
Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Florida points of interest while here. Senior Citizen 10% Ols. on Vitamins You've read about the. ,
Rhymer Howell Mrs. McDuffie is remaining $2000 maximum annual t ; in the Fortune Federal
with her brother-in-law and Reserve.
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Howell for a St. Edwards Church Hall contribution to an IRA, t

week. but you might want to _ UNCLE IRA
know how contributionsare
i is the last re-
'Consistency And how much
rfua of the unimaginative. Saturday 7:30 P.M. does it take to open an How an IRA Grows
Wilde 411 N. Ave., Starke Fla.
Oscar Temple
IRA? What is the minimum S.'WJ'W'l( "
deposit? Must you 1 -WI.
Nod> ''W, "'I' ""iw.
make regular deposits? ,, 00" o.IOCS

Can you vary theamountASkUncle y s s '+sss
i; Martin L Brown M.D IRA. I 10 $ : Illi7

Can you have an IRA and IS UOOI, 9S91
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Did You Know Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Arizlni of Summit Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Huggins of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cologon: of Mrs. Corrine Fautel and Mrs. Anita Dolly Kunig has been visiting her
Porter of DesMoines Ia. are visiting husband Ed Kunig who is in the
several last
Station. Pa. were guests the past Alachua were Sunday visitors of Mr. Tell City Ind. spent days
and Mrs. George Huggins.Mr. week with Mrs. Collogon's brother their sister Mrs. Mildred Bellizzi and Gainesville VA Hospital with a
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters, Miss week of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown. Bill
and Mrs. broken hip.
Stroble Mr. and Mrs. De- and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. nephew and niece, Mr.
wayne Hardee,,Mrs. Gloria Hatcher Mr. and Mrs. Lee McDuffie and and Mrs Homer Sterns spent Robert A. Jones on Brownies Road. Rink for two weeks. Mrs. A.J. Thomas Sr., Mrs.

Mike Jackson Mrs. Joan Chitty and son Hec will leave Starke Friday to the weekend in Orlando and Haines and Mrs. Huston McClane Mr. and. Mrs. ,Elbert Howell of Charles Wade Mrs. E.B. Searing and

.\ '. William Meadows attended The make their new home in City visiting relatives.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Mundy visited Mrs. G.H.
the two weeks in Panama Folkston, Ga., were Tuesday
concert at the Ga. where Mr. McDuffie spent
Oakridgo Boys MilledgevUle and Mrs.
and Mrs. Bennett Randolph Boree in
While there visited Co!. and Wednesday guests of Mr.
O'Connell Coliseum in Gainesville is being transferred with Continental and Mrs. Richard Eggers of City. they Jacksonville on Saturday.cpBSSSUSSSSSUSStSSISSSSISSSSSSSS1SS4S1.
R.J. Kidd Jr. in Fort Walton Rhymer Howell.
Friday night. Telephone Company. Huntsville Ala. visited her brother Mrs.

and sister.In-Jaw. Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Beach.

Efuzers over the weekend. .

I t Legal Notices ... . .. . . .. . . . . .. .. . .. . . . . . .. .. . . . . . .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. for the relief demanded PUBLIC NOTICE under the provisions of Freightways Inc. will DOUGLAS. ARTHUR JR. given notice In accordance secured the security SO FILED WILL BE

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT in the petition. The City of Starke Section 4b( ) of Uniform sell at public auction for By Marion B. Cole' with Florida shall be described. The FOREVER BARRED.

OF FLORIDA IN WITNESS my hand and Community Development Standard Bill of lading. cash at 2175 Commonwealth Slarke. Fl. Statutes, that the Town claimant shall deliver Date of first publica.

AND FOR BRADFORD seal of the Court al Deportment has filed Ave. 0101-1981-0002 Council of Brooker sufficient copies of the tion of this Notice of Ad.

COUNTY Stork. Bradford County Its annual Grantee Gator Freightwoys' Inc. Jacksonville Florida, DOW. RICHARDMR Florida will conduct a claim to the clerk to ministration: January 28,

CIVIL ACTION Florida the llth day of Performance Report to Carrier one lot of All Purpose & MRS public hearing at a enable the clerk to mail 1982.

c CASE NO. 81.466.CA January 1982.GILBERT the Department of Housing Kleon consigned to Rt 1 Box Crystal 43Slarke regular meeting to beheld one copy to each personal .

and Urban Development 1/28 21chg 2/04 Public Storage Center Fl. at 7:30: p.m. at Town representative.All /s/DORETHA CADDELL
CHARLES A. PATTI. S. BROWN 661 RiversideAve. Hialeah Florida to 0098-1981.0040 Hall Brooker Florida. persons InterestedIn Personal Representativeof

Clerk of the Jacksonville, NOTICE I. hereby satisfy freight' and FLETAKER ElVIN on Tuesday February 09 the estate to whom a the estate of

Plolnlo"v.. Circuit Court Florida 32204.A given that on Monday storage charges. under Rl 3 Box 52Slork. 1982. and will consider copy of this Notice of Administration JAMES RUSSELL CAD-

MARY ANN PATTI By: Beulah MoodyAs copy of this report Is February I. 1982 at 10.00 the provisions of Section .. Fl. on Ordinance relatingto has been DELL

DeI.ndantNOTICE Deputy Clerk on file for public reviewat o'clock A.M.. the undersigned 4b( ) of Uniform Standard 0158.1981.0024 : mailed are required 'Deceased.CYNTHIA .

OF SUIT 1/21 4tchg 2/1 the Gator Bill of Lading. SHUFORD. D.L. WITHIN THREE MONTHS

NO PROPERTYTO ---..-.........-....... Development Community Office, CI. Freightwoys Inc. will or GLORIA Amend the Comprehensive FROM THE DATE OF THE /./ HOLLOWAY

Mary Ann Pattl: Address AFFIDAVIT UNDER FICTITIOUS ty Hall. Starke, Florida sell at public auction for Gator Freightways' Inc. P.O. Box 13 lend Use FIRST PUBLICATION OF Low Offices of Gerald D.

Unknown STATUTE. between the hours of cash at 2175 Commonwealth Carrier lawtey. Fl 32058 Plan to provide that THIS NOTICE to file any Schackow

YOU ARE HEREBY NAME 8.00 AM and 5 00 P.M. Ave. 1112-1981.0001 I lands currently classified, objections they may 728 Northwest Eighth
NOTIFIED that on action STATE OF FLORIDA. Jacksonville, Florida 1/28 2tch8 2/04 SWEAT, JOHN E. single family and have that challenges the Avenue

for Dissolution of Marriage COUNTY OF BRADFORD.The Jerry WadlworthCommunity one lot of Agrlc. I Implement or BERTIE A. designated by the planas validity of the decedent's Gainesville Fl 32601

ho. been filed, undersigned Development Parts consigned to NOTICE I. hereby 510 Boll St. yellow be will. the qualifications of Attorney for Personal

against you and you or. under oath. says: It Is the Director Interprlses Inc. 7210 given that on Monday. New Smyrna Beach, Fl. reclassified to mobile the Personal Representative R.pr.s.ntotlv.9Q.t371.3000 .

required to serve a copy Intention of the undersigned N.W. 77th St.. Miami, February t. 1982 at 10:00 05031981.0001 home and designated or the venue of

of your written defenses, as sole proprietor Itchg 1/28 Florida to satisfy freight o'clock A.M.. the undersigned brown the property of (jurisdiction 'of the Court

if any to It. on the plaintiff to engage in a and storage charges Gator Information concernIng AARON DALE STOKES. ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.AND 1/28 2tchg 2/04

whose name and address business I enterprise IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF under the provisions of Freightways, Inc will the amount or described as follows: OBJECTIONS NOT

is Charles A. Poll: under the fictitious name flORIDA. EIGHTH Section 4b( ) of Uniform sell at public auction for description of the property .

NO 782750 P.O. Box of REGISTER OIL COM. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Standard Bill of Lading.. cash at 2175 Commonwealth and the names and Lots three ((3)) and four Notice *

229. lowtey Florida PANY whose principal AND FOR BRADFORD Ave address of the holder ((4)). Block 8, Corlotlo.

32058 and file the place of busines is 302 COUNTY'. flORIDA. Gator Freightways Inc. Jacksonville, Florida may be obtained by any Unit 1. according to plat Deadline for a classified ad is

original with the clerk of South Thompson Street CIVIL ACTION. Carrier one lot of sign post base person possessing on in recorded in Plot Book 3, TUESDAY NOON, preceding
the above styled court on covers and I bdl. of bolts t.r.slln the property by page 14, public recordsIn
or before February 8, Stork., Florida. III FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL I 1/28 2tchg 2/04 consigned to Amoco Oil addressing on inquiry to Bradford County Thursday
i-reeman Register, Because of increase in postage
1982, otherwise a ,judge BANK OF Co. Riveria Beach, GERALD LEWIS, State Florida.
Address is 302 South
ment may be entered : JACKSONVILLE. as NOTICE is hereby Florida to satisfy freight Comptroller, Abandoned there will be a new charge for

against you for the relief Thompson Street Trustee for the HOUSING given that on Monday, and storage charges, Property Section. ATTN: You are further given billing. The new charge will be

demanded In the com Starke Florida 32091. FINANCE AUTHORITY OF February 1. 1982 at 1000 under the provisions of Harry B. Carson 1401 NOTICE that a copy of $1.00 for each ad. Send in VOL'
plaint or petition Sworn to and subscribed BRADFORD COUNTY. o'clock A.M.. the undersigned said OR.
Section 4b( ) of Uniform State Capitol proposed money with ad or pay I for ad wh
WITNESS my hand and to before me this 13th FLORIDA. Gator DINANCE is available for
Standard Bill of Lading. Tallahassee, Florida
it. SAVE $$$
of said Court day of January 1982. Inc. will you place .
the seal on CASE NUMBER: Freightways 32301 ((904)) 4872583. Be your inspection at the
December 29 1981.Glb.rt James V. Walker 81-467-CA i sell at public auction for Gator Freightwoys, Inc. sure to mention the ac. Office of the Town Clerk Minimum charge $2.50 each

S. Brown Notary Public. State of Plaintiff, cash at 2175 Commonwealth Carrier count number AFTER the Town Hall, Brooker, wordover 15 is 10 cents each.

Clerk of Said Court Florida at large. My vs. Ave. name"* as published In Florida.

By Beulah Moody Commission expires: KRISTINN VOJNOVSKI Jacksonville Florida 1/28 2tchg 04 this notice. Unless proof Each and every person '":Nol/ responsible, fur i-rnirs when ml 1 lit

Deputy Clerk April 25, 1985. GERALDINE A. VOJNOV.SKI. one lot of Hair Dryers of ownership Is having on interest given mar the telephone or when ei'>p> IK lint t tI
.01..07.ftchgOl-Za _1. chg DAC CORPORATION consigned to Jackson NOTICE hereby presented to the holder whatever in the enactment I)\ped& nrouKht In(he off no,

IN CIRCUIT COURT of Florida. and Byron Enterprises No. I given that on Monday. by April 6, 1982 the property of this proposed
February at 1000.
GOVERNMENT Miami Florida to satisfy will be deliveredfor ORDINANCE should op-
EMPLOYEES CORPORA. freight and storage custody to the Compo pear and be heard at the
COURT IN AND FOR flORIDA. JACKSON. signed. Gator Come See Us.
TION charges under the pro troller of Florida. time and place described. .
BRADFORD COUNTY VILLE DIVISON. Defendants visions of' Section 4b( ) of Freightwoys Inc. will Thereafter, all further We've Changed Our Name
FLORIDA. CASE NO: United State of Uniform Standard Bill of sell at public auction for claims must be directedto TOWN COUNCIL
But Not Our
81.241 CA. America Plaintiff, vs. NOTICE OF SALE BY Lading. cash at 2175 Commonwealth the Comptroller of TOWN OF BROOKER.

BETTY LANE HOCKETT. Clara Mae Sharp.; CLERK Ave. Florida. FLORIDA Office Building-Corner lot great location. $55.000.00

MARGARET R. McSWAINand Florida Bank at Starke; NOTICE IS HEREBY Gator Freightwoys. Inc. Jacksonville. Florida. 1/28 2tchg 2,04 1/28 2tchg 2/04 Case Del Forest SID.Building lots with city water and
and General Motors Acceptance GIVEN pursuant to Final Carrier one Scrap consigned
Plaintiffs vs. TIMOTHYR. Corporation. Judgment of Foreclosure to Unique Auto NOTICE OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF sewer

WILKERSON and LOU Defendants. dated January 21. 1982 I 1'28 2tchg 2 '04 Electric Co.. Orlando,' SHERIFF'S SALE FLORIDA EIGHTH Owner Flnanclng-2 Bedroom stucco, fenced yard, corner

ELLEN WILKERSON. his entered In this case that Florida to satisfy freight JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN lot. SI 7,500.

wife. defendants. Court No. 81.1I6.Clv.J.BNOTICE OF SALE I will sell to the highest' NOTICE Is hereby and storage charges. Notice Is hereby given AND FOR BRADFORD Owner Financlng-Dalewood S/D 3 bedrooms, 2 bothi

NOTICE OF SALE and best bidder for cash.at given that on Monday. under the provisions of that t, Dolph E. Reddish" COUNTY. FlORID central heat ft air. 50000.
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER Notice is hereby given the Bradford County February 1. 1982 at 1000 Section 4b( ) of Uniform sheriff of Bradford
45 that I pursuant to a Final Courthouse in Starke o'clock AM.. the under Standard Bill. of lading. County as Florida. under IN RE: The Estate of Owner Financing-Farm land. 40 acres planted tail year.
$90,000. '
Notice is given that Judgement on Florida. at 11:00: am. signed. Gator and by virtue of Writ of JAMES RUSSELL CAD-
pursuant a Final Judgment December 21. 1981 by o'clock on the I II th day of Freightways, Inc. will Gator Freighlways, Inc. Execution to-wit: DELL Deceased.
of Foreclosure the above entitled Court February 1982 the sell at public auction for Carrier Execution Issued out Live In One Rent the Other-2 homes, Buy both for

dated December 21. in the above styled following described pro cash at 2175 Commonwealth of County Court of Duval CASE NO: 82-3.CP 15500.

1981. in Case No. 81.241 cause, the undersigned perty as set forth in the Ave. l/282tchg2/04: County Florida pursuantto DIVISION. 1.3369

CA of the Circuit Court of United States marshal or Final Judgment. 10'wit: Jacksonville, Florida NOTICE a Final Judgement for Family Home.3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Nice trees. $22,500.

the Eighth Judicial Circuit any of his duly authorized one lot of box panels that Is herebygiven State Wide ColI.ctionCorp. NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION

in and for Bradford deputies will sell the A parcel of land situated, consigned to American f982 on Monday.10 .. of. Jacksonville. Sampson Lake-Mobile. home and beautiful view, 17500.''
February r. 00
of .
County Florida. in which property situate in Bradford .. _..? In the S .1/2 of Sw.JI.4 01.....i >Building Products, CQ.. .. Florida and against --- -
BETTY LANE HOCKETT, County Florida t ,...-SE 1/4 of Section ,13, Miami Florida to satisfytufreighUAorrd cI Wordel) (<. Smith,.defen'donf. TO All PERSONS HAy.,1NQ'm''L Kin stey Lo e.4 bedrooms, 2 both Boa 'lilt and dock.
MARGARET ,R.'McSWAIN."descllbed s4' 'Ii. w-- V-.1>Tatvnshlp: 8 South Range* storage-;'.J/l.1\i.an. 9C1pr In the' amountbf, A w *gr>s l>f.sl6.( """" TIll
'! I' 22 East Bradford Cb'urv.- : '\thorg.,.' nder the pVo- ? FreightvySyj, ,ttrif,, ,, oIl with''.. DEMANDS AGAINST THE ...&IlIA .,,;;r.- '.I. 1 ",
1560.24 together
and MILDRED R. ElliOTT. A porcel of land lying sell ot public auction for
visions of Section 4b of
Florida. said Parcel ) ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
are the Plaintiffs and in the SW 1/4 of SW ty Uniform cash at 2175 Commonwcflalth costs of collection. Building Lots on Beisent Road. $4,500.ASSOCIATES .
Standard Bill of'
being more particularly seized and hove OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
TIMOTHY R. WILKERSONand 1 4 of Section 22, Ave. Have
described as follows: Lading. the IN THE ESTATE.
LOU ELLEN WILKER. Township 6 South. Range Commence at the Northeast Jacksonville.. Florida In my possession .

SON, his wife, are the 22 East Bradford Coun. corner of the S I I2 Gator Freightways Inc one lot 'of Super Safety following described to-wit personal YOU ARE HEREBY Terry A. Goines-782-3988 Kay C. Wol.rl.9U.6941 1

Defendants I will sell to ty. Florida; said parcel of the SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Carrier DeGreaser consigned to !1977 property Pontiac Sunblrd: NOTIFIED that the administration Undo W. Johns.9U.6097 Bobby T. Smith-944-7694

the highest bidder for being more particularly said Section 13. and run Interpoly Corp. Ft.: Two Door of the Eileen Stanley-473-3065 Ann W. Godwln-964-5859

cash in the lobby at the described as follows: S 00.2218 E along the 1/28 2tchg 2:04 lauderdale. Florida to VIN NO.2M27V72311017. estate of JAMES RUSSELL Palsy Lawson-964-6927 Norman Hedding-964-5966

East door of the Bradford Commence at the East line of said S 1 '2 of satisfy freight and CADDELL Deceased File Philip W. Clark REALTORNEIGHBORHOOD

County Courthouse In Southwest corner of said the SW 1/4 of SE 1/4, a NOTICE is hereby storage chargef under As the property of the Number 82.3.CP Is pen.

Stork Florida on Section 22 and run distance, of 220.84 feet to given that on Monday the provisions of Section4b above named defendantand ding In the Circuit Court
1982 the February 1. 1982 at 10 00 ( ) of Uniform Standard
February Easterly along the an Iron on the that Monday the for Bradford County.
pipe on
o'clock A.M.. the undersigned. Bill of Lading. '
following described property Southerly boundary Southerly right of way Gator 22nd day of February Florida Probate Division L1il 21"
set forth In the thereof 39.45 feet moreor line of a 60 foot road and Gator 1982 at on. o'clock P.M. the address of 'j

Order of Final Judgment less, to the Easterly the point of beginning: sell Freightways, Inc. will.for Carrier Freightways Inc. on sold day on the which is Bradford County
at public auction
to-wit: boundary of Old Lowtey thence continue S cash at 2175 Commonwealth premises of the Bradford Courthouse. Bradford PROPERTIES. INC. REALTORU.S.

One (I) lot fifty (SO) Road thence North 0 00o22'18" E along said Ave. 1 7fl 2tchg 2'04 County Jail Yard. I will Florida. The Personal Representative .
South .
feet by one hundred degrees 07' East along East line 180.0 feet to an Jacksonville, Florida offer for sale and sell to of the near Bradford Square iNii'tt.nAMERICA'S :!:

((100)) feet bounded on said Easterly boundary. iron pipe; thence run N one lot of brass bed consigned NOTICE is hereby the highest bidder for estate Is DORETHA CAD-

the South By Lot formerly 600 ft, thence North 89 89,1208" W, 168.53 feet to Coral Way given that on Monday, cosh In hand the above DEll. whose address is #

owned by R.R. Thed.. on degrees 39 East. 300 to an Iron pipe on the Satined Glass. Miami February 1. 1982 at 10 00 described property of Route I. Box 109, NUMBER, 1

the West by on alley, on feet to POB. From POB Southeasterly right of Florida to satisfy freightand o'clock A M.. the undersigned sold defendant to satisly Raiford Florida. The TOP SELLER *
line of said 60 foot the aforesaid Execution. name and address of the
way .
the East by State Street thus described, continue storage charges, GolorFrelg"twoys CENTURY 21' oJ
and the North land road; thence run N Inc. will Dolph E. Reddish Personal Representa
on by North 89 degrees 39' under the provisions of HI I C. 21 *.ol IruilM'for
23,20'58' E, 142.46 feet sell Sheriff of tive's attorney are set Mur Iilo' CarpotoMoil the HM. ind tM
formerly owned by R.F. Section 4b of Uniform, at public auction for l.od.n.orl.1' at ,..
East. 58.28 feet to the ( ) forth below. Onlury Jl Rot) 19' Co.porollo Nolan in the City of Westerly boundary of to a concrete monument, Standard Bill of lading. cash at 2175 Commonwealth Bradford County EACH OFFICE INDEPENDENTLY OWNip. AND OPERATED.
thence run Northeasterlyalong Ave. Florida. All IqvolNov.Opp'vnlly.'
lawtey West of RailwayIn
the right of way of aItre.l the Southeasterly Jacksonville Florida. 01.2B 41chg 02'18 CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
Section 23. Township Gator Freightways Inc.
South 22 East ; thence North 7 said curve having a central Carrier one lot of Hand tool con AGAINST THE ESTATE I
Range degrees 49 East along angle of 79.54'40" a signed to Baumrin NOTICEO.APPLICATION. ARE REQUIRED. WITHIN
Original Town of Lowl.y.o said Westerly boundary. radius of 91.14 feet, an" Brothers Jacksonville, FOR THREE MONTHS FROM ERR
and 1 28 2tchg 2 04
the mapped Public Records plottedon of 101.02 feel to the arc length of 127.12 feel' Florida to satisfy freightand AMENDMENT OF THE THE DATE OF THE FIRST

Bradford Southerly boundary of and a chord bearing and NOTICE is hereby storage charges LAND USE PLAN PUBLICATION OF THIS FAULKNER

County the right of way of Don.no distance of N 65.18'18"! E. given that on Monday. under the provisions of TOWNOFBROOKER.FLORIDA NOTICE. TO FILE WITH
Florida 117.06 feet to the Point, THE CLERK OF THE REAL
February 1. 1982 at 1000 Section 4b) of Uniform
Street: thence South ( .
Doted this 18 day of .
89 degrees 39' West. of Beginning. o'clock A.M.. the undersigned. Standard Bill of Lading. An ORDINANCE amending ABOVE COURT. A WRITTEN
January. A D.. 1982. STATEMENT OF ANY T'Ym
Gator the ComprehensiveLand .
lost aforesaid
Gilbert S. Brown along DATED this 21st day of Freightways Inc. will Gator Freightways Inc. Use Plan Element CLAIM OR DEMAND wr !
Clerk of Circuit Court Southerly boundary.
January. 1982. sell at public auction for Carrier and Mop by Breaker, THEY MAY HAVE. Each .
By: Beulah MoodyAs 71.82 feet thence South cosh at 2175 Commonwealth I 28. 2tchg 2 04 Florida. In accordancewith claim must be in writing '

Deputy Clerk 0 degrees 07' West 100 Gilbert, S. Brown, Clerk Ave. the local Government and must Indicate the
1/21 2tehg 1/28 feet to POB BY Marion McKae NOTICE Is hereby basis for the claim.
: name 221 LofoV'''''' St. Across from Wishbone
................ Jacksonville, Florida that Monday Comprehensive
at public outcry to the Deputy Clerk one lot of Cleaner consigned given on Planning Act of 1975. as and address of the OFFICE HOURS:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF highest and best bidderfor February 1. 1982 at 10 00 creditor his or
or agent .
to Inter for in Chapter 9 5
Poly provided Monday Friday Saturday 9. I 12
FLORIDA. EIGHTH cash at the hour of 1/23 2tchg 2 04 Corp.. Ft. Lauderdale o'clock A M., the under 163 of the FloridaStatutes. attorney and the noon
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 12.00 o'clock noon on Florida signed. claimed. If the
to satisfy amount
NOTICE I. hereby freightand will Office Space for Rent
AND FOR BRADFORD March 5. 1982. at the given that on Monday. storage charges sell Freightwoys' at public auction Inc. for TO: All Citnens. Taxpayers claim is not yet due the

COUNTY FLORIDA. front door entrance of February 1.,1982 at 10:00 under the provisions of cosh at 2175 Commonwealth and other In. date when it will become NEW LISTINGS

CASE NO. 82.3 the Bradford County o'clock A.M., the undersigned Section 4b( ) of Uniform' Ave crested persons due shall be stated. If

In the matter of the Courthouse at Starke. Gator Standard Bill of Lading. Jacksonville, Florida. the claim Is contingent or
adoption of Elizabeth unliquidated the natureof HWY 301 North with con blk. home. Idoal for
Florida. dated January Freightwoys' Inc. will one lot of Spray hose You and each of you aceroge
Grace Payn. Melissa 18 .1982. sell ol public auction for Gator Freightways. Inc. consigned to Palm In. are hereby and herewith the uncertainty shall business or farm. Good. commuter distance Jacksonvilleor

Ann Payne and Charles Michael E. Romonciuk cash at 2175 Commonwealth Carrier dustries Pompano be stated. If the claim is Gainesville

Roy Payne. United Stoles Marshal. Ave.. Beach Florida to satisfy TWO LARGE homes with ovorsiiad yards. Priced In $40 s.

Petitioner John Middle District of Jacksonville. Florida. 1/23 2tchg 04 freight, and storage HOME or INVESTMENT property Frame In lawn. Needs

Haniford Payne. Florida. one lot of Cleaning compound NOTICE I Is charges under the pro. some repair Good location.

NOTICE Ernst D. Mueller Jack so consignedto given thot on Monday.hereby visions of Section 4b( ) of (13(:: Floriland Realty NICE HOME In country with FOUR ACRES. Kitchen oppliances -

I To: Robert L. Sayre. Assistant United states South Dade Optimists February 1. 1982 at 1000 Uniform Standard Bill of included.

address unkown. Attorney. Attorney for Miami Florida to satisfy o'clock A.M.. the undersigned lading. ., Phone 964-7700 WelL ESTABLISHED income producing property. Owner
; You are notified that freight and storage 393 N. financing.
Plaintiff. Gator Temple Avenue, Starke Fl.
the above named Petitioner 1/28-2/18 41 chg charges under the provisions Freightways Inc. will Gab Frelgl>lwoyS. Inc. 11t' *. ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE 3 I", 2 BA, stucco and
I of Section 4b( ) of
I! John Hansford sell at public auction for Carrier stone. Family room w fireplace. Double .
I ) Has filed, Petition ......-...-..- Uniform Standard Bill of BUYING OR SELLING PROPERTY TALK TO A REALTOR garage.TWENTY
Payne, a cash at 2175 Commonwealth ACRES hwy 301 frontage large two story home.
j'i In the above-styled' INVITATION TO BID lading Ave. I '28 2tchg 2 04 FOR RENT LARGE LOT excellent location. Beautiful 1750' square
; Nice! 2 bedroom brick home on lake. Keystone area
J Court for th. adoption of The Board of County Gator Freightwoys. Inc. Jacksonville, Florida NOTICE OF NAMES OF $450.00 month. foot brick ham. Obi. garage.POOL .
the children named Commissioners of Bradford on. lot of All Purpose
I minor Carrier PERSONS APPEARINGTO 3 acres S5500.00. -134 acre with beautiful brick home on Bessonl
., I in that Petition and County will receive, I Klean consigned to BE OWNERS OF 10 acres S1t.000.00. Road. 9 ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE.

I you ore commanded to sealed bids on pick-up 1/28 2tchg 2/04 Public Storage Center, ABANDONED PROPERTY 33 acres S75.000.00. VERSATILE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 301 beside.Courthouse. .

serve a copy of your trucks and other vehiclesup Miami. Florida to satisfy Pursuant to Section 13 60 acres S100.000.00. $49.500. Good owner financing.

j I. written defenses if any, until February 2. 1982at NOTICE is hereby freight and storage Chapter 711. Florida Some financing on all above acreage.

I .l on J. Rondall Hooper 10 00 a.m. at the Bradford given that on Monday charges under the provisions Statutes entitled "Florida 3 bedroom house, with 5 acres designed for true ami. '

=r Petitioner's attorney County Barn. February I. 1982 at 1000: of Section 4b) of Disposition of Unclaimed ly living. By appointment only. FOR RENT
Uniform Standard Bill of
o'clock A.M the undersigned
j: whose address is Post Property Act". notice ,is 3 bedroom house with 2 acres., near city limits. Has '
I The Board has a right Gator Lading. 2 BR house lake Butler 2 SR hoiise .
Office Drawer C. hereby given that the owner 'Inancln,. Starke( ;
to relict all bids.. Articles will Trailer .
Freightwoys. Inc. Space Beyless'
below Mechanically minded business. Hwy: Apartments; Office
persons listed appear own own repair
d Gainesville. Florida. on
f and vehicles may be sell at public auction for Gator Freightways Inc. Space. '
of Call for details.
la be the owners
or before March 3. 1982 seen at the Bradford cash at 2175 Commonwealth Carrier
with unclaimed personal or 3 bedroom trailer en I acre.
and file original
1 County Barn. Ave. Intangible properly I cure for trailer with pole, septic tank and well. Houses and Apartments For Rent
the Clerk of this Court 1-28 2tchg 2/04
Gilbert S. Brown. Jacksonville Florida
presumed abandoned 1.6S acres across from Waldo Flea Market. Property Management Services
cither before service OnPetitioners lot of Books A Diet I
I r Clerk one I. THIS DOES NOT INVOLVE Ill acre fronts on SI. Rood 100. SJSOO.OO. Appraisals
J attorney orimmediately Board of CountyCommissioners aid consigned to Thomas NOTIC.E hereby Call
REAL ESTATE.II Evenlngsi Please
thereafter given that on Monday Susan M. Foulkner-REALTOft-964-50tS
T J ; Weber Miami Shores.Florida EVA Vernie Odom Broker
February I. 1982 at 10.00 BRADLEY. L. Faulkner. REAlTORASSOCIATC964U2Lucille
otherwise a default to satisfy freight
j 'r1 maybe 1-21 1-28 21 chg Starke. Fl. CRI. Phone M4-5476.
o'clock A.M. .
and under Spry-BROKER SALESMAN 944 420
f entered against you storage charges. sIgned Gator 0101.1981.0001 .1.1. Kelly. AllocloteiiIiii'UI

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Jackson's Knots Up 'Men's League ;

1 I Jackson's' Building Supply rolled up Hawks with 19 points with Chris adding Eddie Dyal 23 for the winners with TIUOIAPX((44)1) Cuk....... .. till,,.*.. H. .. (I,
/ II the highest point total for any team 9 and Raymond Blye and Leroy Sam Sibley chipping In 8 and Sam awls, 4, C."'....I,Mca. 14. .'
J! # this season in a 124-63 win over St. Edwards Davis 8 apiece. Bassett 8. tit.J.".M )
I >r e q, Church and then kept on rollingto HAWK ((70)) C. ChMrflw I. I. Ch.ndl.' .. M.
62-53 win the Also on Monday... For St. Edwards Darrell O'Neal Ch.4''.'S.R. .".4.r.H....."..4.O.J......II.W.
,1) a over previously- for honors with 29 Janklrm I. I.:tfevll.. ,. .
St. Edwards Church scored its first tied White scoring H Ch.xdl.r 1 t.H." 4,I. II.,
undefeated Monday night to Wilson had 9. I.
move into a tie for the league lead in victory of the season with a 57-44 win points and Jerry IWCI(.,).H.14.. Man d.O.l*.I,A''''.,,,,,,,17 i.
Starke mens basketball. Both over the Telegraph and LWCI toppedthe In earlier play the Hawks beat N.Ihp1.' "4,r r...l.r" S. .
,, 1{ Jackson's and the Hawks are now 5-1 Die Hards 67-62 to move Into a tie LWCI 7fr62 and the Die Hards toppledthe Dll MAIDS' ((40)),r ..II,tarry 17.MHch.ll.H.r
with one more meeting between the for third place. Telegraph 6038. c.d. 7.O.I-.1 II, lamMt t,t.wl. f.
TRIOSAPN(70)1( ),Cubk.dg.I.Thl.,...4,J.4.nn'"1 4,
two the 7:30: game Friday night, Darrell O'Neal knocked in 22 points Eugene Blye's 14 points and a dozen o..u..... II. T.H.,..11.,.Ah>.r.......Imllh..C.Du
Feb 12.Wilh Jody Beggs had 16, and Keith Walko by Oliver Jackson led a balanced I...... ;5
Curtis White pacing a balanced 12 as St.Edwards got into the winners Hawks attack that saw 11 players ;;:
column. Billy McRae's 14 and 11 for JACKIONf ((114)i) J.ct..n !f, 4o>.... S. IIkl., |BJWhir.
scoring attack with 21 pointsJackson's score. Ken Life canned 24 for losing
.I*. TI....14. Ntoriugh. 4, Dpi ... ;-J
forged out to a lead and Terry Hayes and 9 for David Thigpenled LWCI and Alderman had 12. (T. IDWAIIOS ((41)1) .......1 1. ..... .. O,....., 4j
-------- then held on with clutch free throw the Telegraph. The Die Hards were paced by Drew Aihlln. 1, 4u.i 4, O'NMl' 29. Cm,.. I,Wllu 0. >J
Pierce Has the Upper Hand... shooting down the stretch against the Center Ken Life was the difference Barry's 17, with Jimmy Thomas chip-

Tornado 101 pound wrestler Tom Pierce shown here with the upper hand Hawks. In the last minute and 50 /or LWCI with 22 points and a bushel ping In 13 and Richard Gaines 12. ,....."'....11011". STANDINGS f-f.
seconds of the White hit 5 of 6 of rebounds. Alderman had 12 and Mark Graudons
game hit 12 for the Howl" 4t
against Macclenny's Todd Cook kept rolling along with a quick pin against foul shots, and Eddie Dyal Ronnie Godgins 9 for the winners. Drew Telegraph. Iwo i-*;
Green Cove-Clay Monday night. Pierce' personal record is now 13.:!, tied Thomas and Pat Fitzhugh all sunk 2 Barry scored 16 for the Die Hards D...H."'. It::
with 1\lIchaell\lcDurfie for best the team. ( .Idw.rdl Chu,." It
: on '
of 2 for the winners. The Hawks had while Jimmy Thomas Robert Ed- MINI IIAOUI tOXICORIt '...'.,,, 1.4;
gotten to within two on a Chris dins and Jim Lewis garnered 10 _.......2/
Chandler tip-in before White hit three apiece and Jay Godwin had 8. JACKION-I ((41)1) _...... 11. Dy.l ,.. ",_.1,PIP IIAOINOSCOIIKI .:;i
ihugll 1. HW. t,Whit.II. (by.......,1.......minimum' ) *J
foul shots and Thomas all but nailed r
Schedule No Easier HAWK ((1')0) C. Chmdlw" 0. I. C.......... I. M. ID.mDO'N..IS/) '( .) 21.0
the door shot by swishing a pair of Friday Night. Jan. 22 Oi.n4l..r I*. I. My. I. O, Jwfcioit {, I, !M.ll 1. H. 2))Curtli Whit.(I....."'.) 20.1;
one-and-one shots with 18 seconds In action last Friday Jackson's Ck...idl.... 7))5."(H.(LWCI) \\tf-
1))101011.0-,.'(I.c..."'.) II'
later Thomas hit :
left. Moments Fit
rang up the league's highest point Iwo((4fl). life Jl.O. tli' 't,M M>r.7.AI........ It.Prcnly Q)All......"(LWCI) ISl;
For Tornado WrestlersBradford zhugh with a behind-the back pass for total in the win over St.. Edwards by ,.twin 1. KnlfM' 4.Dll .nd In...'.ck.."(,.......'.) IS 4:;
a layup that made it 6053. having 4 players score better than 20 MAK ((41)) TIIo_. 10. S.rry I.. 144//.. 10. 7))Ckrli Chadl.rH.wk.' ( ) 1 4 t':
Bruce Jackson canned 13 points for points and a fifth hit for .double O.ln..t.IM.|| 10 O.4wl.I, D.nm.Hi 4.IT. U)......1401/0/ (DI.H."'.) 14.*:,;

High's wrestling Tor.N".s.h..IaI.Mth71C2DAVn( ) .....,11$.WIHl I. the winners while Dyal had 10, and figures. Curtis White had 29, Bruce IDWArot (*7)l 0..... II. AihllM I.W.Ik. II. 0)10)))Jimmy M."Oraudwil Tb.m.Di.( (T.l.gr.ph H.rd) ) 110 14 0;*
nadoes continue to run headfirst into (?!''f. ". e'."_" (S) "" '." Sam Sibley 9. Mike Chandler led the. Jackson 26, Ronnie Thomas 24, and .....I..WII..".. II 1))Mlk.Ck.ndl.r(""..',) n.%;'

some of the best team's this area has m. ...,
to offer.
First It was still-unbeaten

: Improved Gainesville Middleburg High then and vastly finally AMERICAS: FAMILY DRAJG STORE You're going to like Eckerd

long-time power Palatka in bang-
bang-bang order at the start of the famous Photo Offer. ;
year. After three losses to Ocala's ,/
best -- Forest Lake Weir and
Vanguard it was the Forest Twice the Prints... Get an extra set of prints with every roll of ;

Christmas tournament. And late in j WI I color or black and white print film developed and printed... .o.-. .-... -. ,
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favorite Live Oak and finally last / at Eckerd's.-.TODAY AND EVERYDAY.
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when schools of that division meet in hassle-even if the goof was in the picture.taking.

the 2A invitational state championship -
at Jacksonville Episcopal this

weekend.The Tornadoes managed upset win COUGH & COLD RELIEF .'
over Palatka ((35-32)) and Macclenn SPECIALSANACIN .1 "'
((38-35) but in the other key matcher) ":'
it's been a case of gallant tries not being (fA
enough to overcome a lack oi : ; rs"y
depth. That was the case again Mon- '
day night as Clay High's Blue Devils trswss i ia
countered the usual Tornado lower-
weight prominence to score a 44-27
win at Green Cove. The, win;raised
Clay's record to !9-4-1 while dropping .
; BHS to 3-8. r The Tornadoes finish up their :I b i! 1J
regular season Friday night, Jan. 29, : : DOwn

on the home mats against Lake City. i 'I: I fps ... .
Lake City also has a losing record as a : ,;CoNCINyp0f10d4
team but like BHS, has some strong :I
}t individual records. Bruce Foster at :
t 1 i 128, Tom Glenn at 158, and Clint Politt :
1'\ in the unlimited division all were

champions Invitational in earlier the 9-team this year.Middleburg ;j AQUA FRESH ATRA KEEBLER WORK SOAP DOWNY FABRICf

the Lake City tussle (which will be the ;III

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In last week's match at Clay FLEX ttL 0
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Pierce McDuffie, Saucer Bresee !IIIB SHAMPOO ANTACID / \ i\\. "i '"', "
and heavyweight Donald Thornton j p t C{"
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,11. at Westside Field In Starke. i ( Limit 1 1 1D'S 'rr, & sizes.Limit 2 pair room. Limit rubber. vinyl\ laminated.JON .. I

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I an as a REMOVER .
recital-type chance to perform in i OTTLIOF1JO Lit 14-OUNCI R.gulw H' .'
front of an audience for Bradford 67 fhj:; 339 00 AIQULAAPA'C.' AIw
I youngsters who are being instructed I 99 149Instant nt' / An assortment of
in things like music and acrobatics. Limit 1 while Multi-vitamins& : & 'ledlas'quantltlesleat .
Cheryl, who stressed that the minerals. Limit 1 / Storage Sundor mildewtain Garfield fashion myles( .
1 Festival is not a talent show said Instructors wood-grain remover. tablets orenvelopes.
should contact her at the Limit 2. R
Old Armory ((9644792) to have their _

j classes included in tt? Festival ,


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January 2K. 1982 TELEGRAPH fags 11.V

Baker, West Nassau Top T T BHS] Cagers

Tornado Weightlifters }i fl Oil .__ Dip to 0-14

Host Baker County scored 39 points
I I to top West Nassau (31) and the Tornadoes Best showings for Bradford High r One was close the other was a
,, (17)) in a three-way weightlifting were second places by Rob Spltze and blowout but the results were the
Vince _
meet in Macclenny last Wednes- Culverson and thirds by Randy same. Two more losses and an 0-14
day. Bruce Rehberg, and Stephen record for the Tornado varsity
I Baker won 6 of the 9 weight classes basketball team.
Luke had the best total for BHS with
The Tornadoes did but
with West Nassau taking the other 3. everything
o 415 pounds on a 220 best on the bench / pullout victory number one againstSt.
and 195 in the clean-and-Jerk I /rrlrr ( Augustine before a small but
'; Rehberg totaled 205205410The boisterous home crowd last Friday
PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS' Tornadoes were to host Ocala p I'f finally losing 56-51 Four nights laterit
Vanguard Wednesday afternoon Jan. wasn't anywhere near close as The
27. Bolles School of Jacksonville, a state-
1.2 I 3 Bedroom Ipts. ..kwM.W.... w1I.114017 ranked 2A club got to play 13 players
114I "
) ("I)331.2)) mm((517)) lll.IM.tM
From '130.' to '275" 1)) MNPnilD (IHS) IJO-M-1H.- I) lul..(M) 12'. with 12 scoring as it shellacked Brad-
tat- ..... (I.) 171. 14*. ........... (la) 43S. II) ford 6638.A .
I CUiVinON (1141)( ) 50.171.1". It*. DoMldM (hI) discouraged Tornado coach Mike
IS/...1))TAILING(Sill)111111-Mf. 111.H. .HWN(
Q w )
: 1530 W. Madison 110II...")WIll((151)'120-1....... It....-.(Wnl r70... Sexton says he's tried everything to
rhont 864-8312 II /NIIOIN/)_._-419.22$._.....(Ih''M/... remedy the losing string that
sISII S1YSI1 I) Will (INS) __oo.. Unl ....... (W.)CM.? 4)TMOXNTOM threatens to surpass the 22-game los-
(Sill) IM-IM-IM. ing streak of 197980. BIIS has lost its
I last 16 counting the last 2 games of.
Ii i last season.
Maybe the best oppurtunity for victory -
left on the schedule comes (this
Saturday night Jan. 30, when the Tornadoes -
Earn Your High, School Diploma | visit Gainesville High School.
GHS squeaked by 34.32 in double-
overtime in Dec. 18 Slarke
a game in
Earn your high school diploma by taking the G.E.D. That was one of five games in which
I Test. For further information call 964-6150. Deadline for BHS has been within six points at the

application is February 5, 1982. Dates for the tests are as r end.A.
follows: typically slow start may have
cost BHS the victory against St
7 w Augustine. The Tornadoes went 4
Feb. 15 & 16 Feb. 17 & 18 / f'a minutes and 40 seconds without get
1 ting their first bucket and were down
1:00: p.m. 6:30: A
I p.m. y by 16 at one point in the first half. Sex-
1 3:00: p.m. 8:15: p.m. ton pulled his entire starting lineup
6:30: p.m. and inserted a fresh five after the

8:15 p.m. Suspended in the Lane... sluggish start and it seemed to

Tornadoes Kevin Howe (25) and Eddie Thompkins ap- action In their stuggle with a St. Augustine player for awaken his charges.
From that on it was Bradford
pear to be floating along with the ball as the camera stops possession. point
making flurries to close the gap and
photo by Richard Smith the Yellow Jackets responding just

enough to keep' from getting over-
taken. The Tornadoes fought back to
AMERICAS within 6 in the first half but St
You're to like i FAMILY DRUG STORE Augustine ran off 10 points At the 4

going Tornadoes minute mark again in the rallied last period hack the to

within 6 at 49-43 on a Gerald Goodman
12-footer but St. Augustine responded
our Pharmacy. immediately with a 3-point play.
m Back the Tornadoes came. Good
man popped in 4 straight free throwsto
Eckerd Pharmacists) are highly-trained professionals who are going to .
cut the lead to 55-49 with 1:25: to go
make sure you are completely satisfied. They take continuing education .fI and the excited Bradford fans hooted

Courses to maintain an up-to-date knowledge of developments in and hollered. The Jackets missed at

Sjrugs. They always try to save you money by offering Senior Citizen discounts their end Kevin Howe cleared the re
bound for Bradford and Donnie Banks
and generic drugs whenever possible. They will also save you / high-arched in a jumper Boom'' the
Ime by constantly checking stocks to keep the drugs you need on hand! crowd erupted as the Scoreboard

clicked in 51 to St Augustine's 55 with
::54 seconds remaining.
But from there the Tornadoes
; "forgot what got us that close," according
1 to Coach Sexton. Three times
I 1 3 t55S I If
in a row the Tornadoes took the hall
; away from the panicking Jackets
'$ with full-court pressure but three
Loa :I J i N I'tf times in a row BHS was unable to get
J : ---- II
:: "N, 't a,good.shot .
1 r u4n} The time a forced
alV I ', ii' i r: a.. .. / nick jumper
? hacel :: iron The next 2 trips
I down after St. Augustine threw away
long bomb passes instead of holding
t',7bt1V A5 4t \ the ball the Tornadoes turned the ball
-.E right back over.
... .,,;;;' .- .."...t-JIa'1... 00 01_ Sexton offered his own theory about
f Bradford's inability to perform down
the stretch: "Every time we got back
.ii Ii I: in it with a chance to win we turned
the ball over," the veteran coach
..". CANON PALM-SIZE said. "We do good things to get backin
"' =lO"ROUND! APFPOCKET VIPPROFLAT SOUNDESIGN PRINTING the game but when we get close it
DURACELL.wsauJL"C"or seems like everybody wants to be that

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f.p"ICed .""". 6aNPAC.d.;;.r..X y Rog.1489 .. R fl.S499 .. 2.25. . .. ballgame.."
eI r I1 ielfire, bowl.; Tripod/ Performs all basic functions. Brushes In body. Heatproof Slim styling.Telescopic anACDC recorders flash He did praise his troops for playing
Ji fb gs. bristles. tenna. Battery not Included. rechargeable & more. hard though "I don't want to take

.1 anything from our kids they put out
\\\\\\ S., .. the effort.
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f<< (ft' {(fffffff with a dozen points but was !shieldedoff
( t FI the boards well by the Jackets,
getting just 5 rebounds. Center Kevin
I FEBRUARY 14th Howe had 9 points and 9 rebounds
Donnie Banks had 8 points, and :Mark
rFVW Pierce Kevin Sampson and Good
man 6 points each. Banks was good on
C2PLY I 4 of 5 shots while Howe and Thom
pkins were both of 8. Thompkins had
I 4 assists and Chuck Williams 3 to lead
BHS in that department
VALENTINE I St. Augustine's Cecil Thomas led all
scorers with 24 points, 2 on a slam
V PLUSH TOYS dunk that brought the crowd to its

feet.BHS was never in the ballgarne at
LLOYD'SQQARDEN 4"T0 14"Surprise Bolles as just 5 of 31 shots fell in (the
HOSE CASSETTE first half.
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Thompkins had 12 points and 12 re-
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>; quantities last The switch was made to accommodate
a I the final exam schedule at
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:I" Home Sweet Home... 1\''t St. Augustine, BollesSticklttoBHSJV's .':

BHS Girls Love It ;,.'':.:..;:

St Augustine and Bolles, a couplef against the host Bulldogs with Robert '
Oh, for that home court advantage. Queenie Berry added 5, and even ) good JV teams didn't make life Bellamy canning 16, Daren Chandler
Bradford High's Lady Tornadoes substitute Jewell Broughton shot in a any easier on Bradford High's junior 14, Steve Marshall 13, and Tom ".
.,.,' continued their habit of playing better bucket as the Lady Tornadoes survived varsity last week, pinning two more Johnson 8.Friday .
basketball in the friendly confines of a shaky start to to lead all the way IV a defeats on the now 0-11 Baby Tor- St. Augustine's cat-quick '
the BuS gym last week. The girls after Bass hit a long set shot for a I)1) I// t n1- nadoes. Yellow Jackets won all 4 quarters as
whipped Eastside 42-32 at home last 17-16 advantage with less than 8 3 1' Bolles topped Coach Rick Stevens' they steadily built on their lead
Thursday to improve their homecourt minutes to go in the third period. BIIS squad 61-54 Tuesday night despite a good effort by the Baby Tor-
mark to 6-1 but lost Keystone 40-38 Hall was again a terror on the offensive despite a 26-point fourth quarter ,nadoes.
I .j on the road Monday to fall to 2-4 in boards, putting 8 of her 10 pointsin display by Bradford while St. Marshall battled the'Jackets inside
t I away games. on follow shots. Hankerson too was Augustine sunk BHS 73-321a5t Friday. and hit 9 points to lead the BUS cause..
The split left the BUS girls with an effective rebounding as she raised her ': 1 1 4nys Stevens said Tuesday' 26-point
overall mark of 8-5 heading intoFebruary's season scoring average to 7.3. final period at Bolles was a case of ,........,OlMdlw. 11.'....1. I,Mlimy .U.DwtlcpI ,,,
It,, NOTimm 1, Minim 1. ,
final five regular season nip-and- M..h.ll
The Keystone game was "us playing run-and-gun and puttinga Or.df.r4, 'IX 0 0 U 14allM
games. Three of those are on the tuck as most of the hardwood press on and getting a bunch of tur- 11 I11 1 10 11.
II road starting with Live Oak Monday between the two school's .
meetings novers. Everything went 'our way '.
Feb. 2. lrwH.r4t, CK.dl. 4.1-1....0.',...cl.0. ..II.....i,
Feb. 1, and Buchholz Tuesday fives have been. BHS tied the He
there for minutes.
6 was
girls Or 7
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t rt, I. fttarirt.il 0 Onto" 0 J.N.r I.
Still within reach is the modern school game in the late going before Donna honest enough to add "plus they were jeh.......
record of 11 wins for a season. Dodd dropped in both ends of a one- playing their second string." M.AsnIln. It. 11 26 It ft ,. ..
Part of the struggle last week was a and-one for Keystone (12-8)) with 56 BHS offered up a balanced attack Or.df.rd I U I Ufc .
result of an ankle sprain suffered by seconds on the clock The Lady Tor- f., -:-,
Lady Tornado leader Hope Jackson.The nadoes came back down with a P :.'.'"--
hobbling guard was held to two of chance to tie It and squeezed off four v- Calendar.:
her lowest point outputs of the season shots In the final minute each time It __ Sports :
9 against Eastside and 18 versus grabbing the offensive rebound. But '.j\-' .
Keystone-as her average leveled off none of the four fell in and Keystone kq'' I 4.'ld Thursday Jan.. 28- ')''J''AI' '
at 21.4 points per game.In held on to win. BIIS Football Banquet. Golf at Country Club ((7:30) .q"*
sinking District 5-AAA last In the scoring column Jackson led
placer Eastside ((1-8) the Lady Tor- with 18, while Hall had 7, Hankerson : Friday, Jan. 29- r ..
nadoes got their most balanced scor- 6, Berry 4, and Bass 3. L BIIS JV and V. basketall at Gainesville High ((6:30-8)) .f,f

ing effort of the season and for the ...eII./ .... ....... 11 I M..ik.,.... .. ferry 1. M.M. 1. Lake City at BUS wrestling ((7:30) ." .
first time had a leading scorer other tail I.TOIAlf14ttU.. ''
than Jackson. 10-point games by Von- KcyiMiw tiMl* l.4-4*. Monday Feb. 1- ".-, .' ("if.. ;
da Kay Hall and Tracy Hankersontook basketball Live Oak ((6:15)) '-' "\ ,i1J. :.
IrwHor" J..k.... .. Htnk.no 10, Hell 10. !..4. BIIS girls at N
that honor with Jackson addingher .. '
fry I IrwthM I.tOIAlf- .17 it.l.itiM ...
9. Lorraine Bass chipped in 6, ,,.toMli14 4-4 It. Tuesday. Feb. 2- J \; :: ,
Palatka at BUS JV and V. basketball (6:30-8): ) 1'4.:' '
e i ii BUS girls basketball at Buchholz (7:30)) ':.. :
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G Wednesday Feb. 3- :' ; .
Correction... BIIS weightlifters at Clay High :::,:
f cIr Going High for 'Bound... .
JV Tornado Steve Marshall (15) outreaches two St.Augustine players for a Thursday Feb.- /. -.
Oldtlmers rebound In action ,last week.,Daren Chandler is the other Tornado pictured. GI1S at KHS girls basketball (7:30)) :
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Surely BIIS baseball coach :Mike Hartley wouldn't set the Oldtlmers W (]

,,, baseball game on a Friday would he?? ,
Nope it was just me messing up last week in announcing that the Oldtimers :
game was set for Friday Feb. 12.Actually the game will be played on a Satur- D ,,
"; day as usual, Saturday Feb. 13, to be exact with starting time set for 1 p.m. 4.--' VALENTINE'S DAYJJJ4"
Any Oldtimer a BHS graduate who played baseball, can join up to play in
the ballgame by contacting Ronnie Thomas or James Fender ...

...That brings us to the Spring sport season which will soon start at Brad-
ford High. Most Spring teams are already practicing after school: each day.. OFT CENTER
After Its Oldtlmers warmup the baseball team gets started first with its ,
opener Friday Feb. 19, at Keystone Heights ((3:00): ).
The boys and girls tennis teams get going Thursday Feb. 25, with a 3:30 .
home match against Gainesville Kastside. On the track: and field front things D
start officialy Tuesday March 2, with a meet at Palatka. 0
The next day, Wednesday, March 3, the Lady Tornado girls Softball team
defending District and Region champ goes against Buchholz in a 3:30: opener
\Vestside Field .
BHS will not field a golf team this year... 'j .

'.,. .Here's a last-minute reminder that the BHS All Sports Club Football Banquet (( f is Thursday. Jan. 28, at the Starke Golf and Country Club. The bad newsis (3 ( a
that if you don't already have tickets for the banquet which features FSU's .
Bobby Bowden as guest speaker you may not get one. Plans were to not sell "
tickets after Jan. 23. : 1 i iD
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., Also remember that next month Gator coach Charley Pell comes to town # D
with the early word on UP football recruiting at the Starke Gator QuarterbackClub's
rl banquet also at the Country Club. Tickets for that are still available
for a price of $10 through Gus Kopelousos at Jessie's Lounge or Bill Wilson at
the Chamber of Commerce... ALJFk\\I 0

...If you think the Baker County; Bradford high school rivalry is hot at the .
varsity football level wait till you see what's happening in the so-called minor
i sports. After the Tornado wrestlers stunned a favored Baker team 38-35 on the r
BUS wrestling mats on a controversial referee's decision a couple of Fridays V
ago a brouhaha erupted that didn't settle down until Starke Police arrived and o \
the Macclenny visitors were on their bus and enroute back home. When they :! =:? '
got home some 30 Maker county hotheads armed themselves with rocks and ;:r:::: ...... <3
pelted the bus carrying Bradford High's JV and varsity basketball squads 4e . I
Back from a game Macclenny: (what an unlucky stroke of scheduling coin- Q : .; ; '
cidence!), shattering windows in the school bus. ,
t Well, reports have it that the rock-throwers were indeed the wrestlers (yep
wrestlers!) from Macclenny.And D :
that was the second time a BIIS bus had been rocked leaving Macclen- .1.q: : : :4.r
t ny this year, the first coming after the Tornado freshman football team beat 1-_ .5 : UJa
their Baker County counterparts in the Fall.
I Tornado basketball coach Mike Sexton called the Baker County principal ,
Friday night to voice his displeasure over the incidents and more official action : .' ,: r .
t may be taken by BHS. Plus Baker County High officials who reportedly I ; .
caught the wrestlers in the act may be taking punitive action. .
We certainly would hope sp.\ The chance of injury to a young athlete at sucha
disturbance makes it imperative that you discipline those guilty of such
acts. I don't care if it's Macclenny kids or Starke kids doing the rock-
throwing they ought to be punished... h
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...Of the 14 games the Tornadoes have lost thus far this basketball season 8 "
have been against teams that are ranked or have received votes in the state's
high school rankings. Even the two class 2A school's BHS plays Clay and '.',.
Bolles -- are ranked in the top 10 in that division. "
Considering that it's small wonder BUS basketball coach Mike Sexton says T) : .,' '::"\ D

he'll revamp his schedule some for next year... .:' :i'4 '
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