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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I Jail Annex Would Save Money, Sheriff SaysStart BRADFORD CDC HtSrpRY )

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thinking very seriously about intoxicated becomes law, Bradford If the state legislature does not provide -
building a minimum security annex would probably have 30 to 40 more jail funding for more jail space, the SINCE 1879 -- f i r rI rI rt
to the Bradford County( jail Sheriff inmates. That would create an im- entire burden will fall upon the.coun- I If
Dolph Reddish proposed Monday, mediate crisis, the sheriff noted. The Reddish pointed out to the II I
Feb. 1, to the county commissioners.A bill was Introduced by Sen. Pete Skin- County Commission. If a statewide I

limit of 14 inmates has been placed ner, D-Lake City, who was recently sales tax increase is passed there lias:
on the 32-year-old: jail, which has arrested for DWI, been talk of designating 30 percent of
an actual capacity of 21, says Sheriff the funds for law enforcement. Since gThe t
Reddish The jail usually houses 16 or. A minimum security annex could DOC is limiting capacity of many' ,
1? inmates, he added be built for a third of the cost of a new county jails, more jail space would be '
If improvements cannot be made to jail says Sheriff Reddish. Inmates the first priority, and the state should
cause the DOC's ruling of 14 inmatesto who are not in danger of escaping or pay for it, is the local thought.Commissioners ,
be raised, the Sheriff's Depart having someone taken them from the \,
ment will sooner or later face a crisis jail by forte, such as, DWI or seem increasingly Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven f

situation, at the jail, Reddish warned husbands jailed: for non-support, .Inclined to believe Sheriff Reddish
I0tr: l Your S'CIItKFllAlIi.1: I ;2'entsl'01': .'
For instance if the proposed mandatory could be housed in such a minimum who runs the jail problem by them at |
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jail term for driving-while- security confinement. Reddish said. nearly every monthly meeting I
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Rep. Frank Williams, Crystal At this point the plan splitting Brad
Lake, does not endorse the rouppor ford is no more final than any ol the
.r tionment plan which divides Bradford other plans which lIa\ l' hl'l'lI'propos"

County, he said Wednesday Fob :I. ed. Rep Williams s.i\s. Final outcome '
.' by phone from Tallhassee will depend on the xote ol the
House, which could come as early as
-i.,.' The revised plan lor Noitlieust: next week, Williams thinks
Florida would place t the eastern portion .
u i .
. of Clay Counly and a sparsely be single district. I composed ol, all olBrudlord
r populated segment of northern 1'ul- il/III/ ('1:1\ ('uunl iI'S. Williams
nam County. Hep. Williams would l hl' says, but he doubts'; I that will he possible '
i the resident ,
: legislatorThe Williams Bats he is try inn to swap
-.: western portion of Bl'adlttrll oil I the portion Putnam and' (lo keep
.. ( would be Bradford ('aunty whole
.. lumped together wail all ol
: \ Nassau County, a portion, ol western Cia ('
( Duval, and all of Baker and I'nion, ol > 0 is happy that it slaved out
the I)II\'all'oulli
's disincrTli.il.
Counties. ) s
Rep. George Cradv.
.1 \ rof D-Yulee one Hung he tried in keep from hap
: would t he I the inciimluMit, pt'llIng. Williams said
I / ( legislator This proposed districtwould "
include I lie prison mm.itc
population and leave Starke u halt) I'ulnam is grutelingaIccuthrmg, ,

: ,, with the dividing line being west ol split. Williams noted
jt i rtY the city Williams thinks
r
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I 1 the'l'uesday :2. //t'gl"IOIII\
Williams, has not yet seen a map ot hearing the new plan/ lor :.Nortlie.isiFlonoa i
the new plan so lie does not know' exactly drew" warm praise The I l.n (K.
I I r. where the lint's1 III he drawn. of criticism led Ucp Steve I'a,|It'll ,
The full House Keapportionineiit hasa D-Jacksomillc. to predict lie( pl.inwould ..
L LTop Lt meeting scheduled lot, Thursdav. with House approval without
Feb. 4, and has promised llhal maps additional changes.
will be ready, he sajs
The proposed redistrictinn" pi.in
Williams said! he commended would t'UI"I"lrlull'" BI.ldl..I't'low. )
members ol the House Heappurtion'' in electing a !resident represeniai ib i\ <
ment Committee lor their hard work > splillin the/ counu' 771registered ; I I.

.--- ----.-- -,. r ___ -.J" i ..__.......""' '' .... ,""' and fairness but he still does nut like xolers into two ,di-'r' 'is .1-
< the way Brudlord is 'being/( divided comp.ired" v\Uh 1'1,1) t.uin < \
Tornadoes in' Academics... ""I'gl Il''l'11011'0'! total III| II7U! !'
"The have played with boon
11 These Bradford High students are six .of the seven who've earned top They are (1-rt: StandingSusan AluueStephanie lU'ililinH. Faith daries.>and pla.\ed. and! pl.l l'd. Hepilluuns s.nd Urdiu'siK' in
academic honors for the third six-weeks.' Roberts and Juice Wise. KneelingDeborah Koark !ItirlianI Trainer: and
Williams will Ins. I'lcfinm. the ,
Michelle Kimutis.. Rep. sa.\s rem in ->'i.ni'
house mi mal1t'I'hll runs .i,,:.iii -
"{ .. ", "This particular. situation I is a no bun or where Ins district" fiuN up

I i .. 1 -"Sga. .', ../,, ..l.' ,'i\, win situation any wayyou look at it. I Told it i I''> rumored 1 hat Cl.is ( "MUIHI'onunissiiini'r '
mg.: ght. t.k '; .-.II .:. 1...., ..... I": certainly hale l In 11.1l' up any ol m> !I.et"'Iritwdy I ut
., : ; ; .(t:,., Ji: '? :1.. __ .. ". polllietUravetxpvt'iajlyhl!,: ': m.IIUUI\" <)r.inner I'iuk.-tnit'iKt.s' fuu Vtun
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Williams/ seal tluit diicsn( t thong i- hipl.iits ''-
; Just 7 of 1,050 students at Bradford for the third time. Michelle is enrolledin sales, Levah Jenkins, Belinda"'Joiner i V' '+Freshmen. : Particia Barber Bren Though he does not. endorse I the li-iuil\" I is 'M lintlillnw I 1:11.: .,
High School. or 2/3 of one percent, BSCS,- world history, plane George Levasser, Alisa Lowe.-SteveS'?. da Bawek; Philip Crews, Clarissa plan as the Florida Times/ -t'moii s.us. him." siitiilliims) "' .
:earned straight-A's for the third six- geometry,chorus, advanced English Marshall, Theresa Ricks, Nancy :Hernandez) Tonia Parks, Clarence in its 'Wednesday Fell. :{. edition.Rep. .
'Weeks grading period which ended 10, and typing I. Roberts Lori Snow Michele Stilwell Pendarvis, Douglas Redding, and Williams thinks; he IIIlghl ha\; (' i III "I.ol them wens "". s.uil! ''hi
;'Jan. 18. Darrell Wagner. Amy Roark. live with the plan UUUM'1'1',11I l<>i:ixiinr|
*: Forty-seven more BHS students or Faith Roberts, daughter of Mr
4.47 percent of the student body, earned and Mrs. Ray H. Lott of Melrose, is a
all A's and B's for places on the sophomore. Faith is enrolled in BSCS, '
iA-B: honor roll. In all, 5,1 percent of beginning typing, band, ,trig T, plane Sheriff; Clerk Want Fulltime Circuit Judge 1

the BHS students,. or 54, earned geometry, and English.
grades of A or B. -
: Four students, senior Richard Julee Wise, daughter of Mr and Bradford should have a resident asking that the request he taken CUlt judge' on a non-roKilinn) |IJOI sl.." was. :UHO eases. 422. ;r::1:1: .>72. til"i; ) .1 I..
'Trainer, junior Deborah Roark Mrs. Wallace Wise of Starke, is a circuit judge Sheriff Dolph Reddish under consideration by the chief Sheriff! Reddish wad commisMnncis, ;iBradford's;i
"sophomore ..Michelle Kimutis, and sophomore and enrolled in advanced and Clerk Gib Brown told the County judge of the circuit Judge Benjamin citing I the Will case Inad of 421 circuit court c.iso" !Iliad
.freshman Stephanie Redding, have English 10, world history, plane Commission at its Monday, Feb.. 1, Tench who makes the assignments.As criminal cast's. ;5(liI>l civil discs. ix :earned: straight-A's all three six- geometry, BSCS, French II, and meeting. part of (the Eighth Judicial Cir- juvenile cases, 7B probate. discs. 41 I justifies a pcniKincnl inline; hero'
'weeks of the first semester of the 81-82 chemistry After a lengthy address by Sheriff cuit which is headquartered in Baker Act cases and 71): l'I'S Act Clerk Brown ma vuait' i Hedilisii.
school) term.StraightA. Reddish the commissioners agreed a Alachua County, a circuit judge is cases. said I the number .ol trials. henin I'HH!
Freshman Stephanie Redding, locally based circuit judge would be a assigned to Bradford on a 6-monlh Criminal cases beginning/( >1973through was comparable, \ladmII'OIlIlI\, \
students for the third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Redding good idea. County Attorney Dudley rotating basis."Bradford 1981! were iW: d-i.sfs I nil. )M. There is no \\,iHie_ clerk, s oiiioSeo
six-weeks areRichard : of Starke, is enrolled in algebraI Hardy was asked to draw up a resolu- County has grown to !the 273, 262. 4:16.:! and 421 The en il caseload

'. Trainor, son of Mrs. Edna physical education, modern science tion stating the board's position, and point we feel this county needs a cir- beginning in l)75!) ; through !1981!) ) ( Judg ...,)'.::1| \1 (

Martin of Starke, the only senior on methods algebra I, English 9, home ---
'the air-A list for the third 6-weeks. economics and advanced civics. I

Trainor band, law is enrolled studies in, applied psychology math,, A-B Honor Roll... Coming Back Again. Rick Back in School 'I

English, world history Seniors: Tina Best, Mark Crews, ..

Tammy Hersey, Valerie Hightower, .
-Deborah
Mr.. and Mrs Roark George the Tomasovitch daughter of of Martin Hunter, Salatheia Jenkins, by Ruddy 'ollings players will be glad to hear that

the Lawtey area, one of two juniors on Paula Joiner. Gina Lane, Camilla BC'T Sports Editor: Hurse said often that Braswell was a
the all-A list. She is enrolled in shorthand Livingston Cathy Martin, Randy Some people might say he's had it valuable tool with his high, looping
Parado
advanced American history, Susan Sapp, Renee Shipman, 'mighty rough.,. just too many tough kickoffs. "He takes away the threat ofa
{plane) geometry, typing I, advanced Karen Randy Starling, Robert Starling, breaks for a 16-year-old.. Sawed off all runback with that kick," Hurse ?
Wendall
Thorpe. Tomlinson
,
English, and chemistry the toes on his right foot with a' suid..
Chuck WiIIl" ms.Junlors'Stuart. lawnmower at age five." comes backto And BHS students and teachers
5T Susan Alvarez, daughter of Mr. kick footballs with that same right have welcomed Rick back with open
rand Mrs. Pete Powell of Starke, a Pauley, Craig Sapp, foot for the high school team, and then arms and wide smiles. "They're glad
;junior and on the all-A list for the first and Robin Stern.Sophomores before his first year as varsity kickeris I'm back, they're surprised I'm
time this year. Susan is enrolled in completed he racks himself up in a back" Rick admitted.The f t
*1rig, advanced American : Bernie Akridge, doctors I
history ap- serious motorcycle accident. were surprised too. +
{(plied math, psychology,, advanced Gwendolyn Brown, Mike Christmas, Well Rick Braswell, the teenager The tenth-grader explained that the
..English, and typing,I. Lori Clark Carmella Coburn, Leann we're talking about doesn't much buy accident occurred when "the sun
: Flynn! Cheryl Furrow Timothy Con- that talk about how sorry everybody blinded me as I was coming up behind'a
ii 'Sophomore Michelle Kimutis, should feel for him. If Rick ever felt school bus. I could see the bus stop Hra#
.. 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward sorry for himself he would have never up ahead of me but with the sun all I
Kimutis of Starke, ,is on the all-A! list, Outside. started kicking footballs with that could see was the bus shadow I nrwtprY

... handicapped right foot as a seventh couldn't tell there was 2 cars behindit. ,
grader. He would have never gone out I ran into the first car and flippedover
W.olh.r lookout her this w.ekend' l.
"
for school football onto the second
high as a ninth one.
for cloudy days and p.rlod. of shown grader. He would have never made Rick broke both wrists and bustedhis t

.= and a f.w thunderstorms. the varsity squad as a placeklckpr'asa pelvis in 12 places in the accident,
High t.mp.ratur. a.p.ct.d n.or' sophomore. He probablywouldn't ,and. had to go in for surgeryfully 7 1. .
70 d.gr..t Fohr.nh.lt. A cold front l lxp 1.
"'I have come through last Fall's motor times. A steel plate was inserted in
.ct.d to mov. In b.hlnd th. warm .. i, r ial.r,..
cycle mishap.. And he'wouldn't be his right side and after being closed
front th.
ar.a has b..n..p.rl.nclnd., already back in school at BHS after back up Rick hemrnorhaged. Another
So far, only' 1/10-Inch. of rain hay. ik
fall.n ,In doctors first told him he could forget emergency operation was required to
F.bruary.January getting back into a classroom this find and stop the internal bleeding. He
-. rainfall 5,54 Inch.at th.
was
of it and is in
year. came out though now a
Louis Hill II,.
towns north) Lawt.y atHighland. With the enthusiasm of youth, ever- wheelchair until the first part of
'.25 Inch.' at th.Santo P.fir.
..'." smiling Rick keeps coming back and March, when one more operation is
town.r on US-301 South at Hampton looking for the good side. He'll poke planned followed by a recuperation
i' Lake, and 4.42 Inch. at th. N.w .'..., '
himself
with jokes: "I guess I'm period of walking on crutches.
t. Tow. on SR-IOO.. wait at For..t S.rvlc.H.odauart.r accident-prone," he says with a "It's rough," Braswell admitted. rt
laugh. And he calls the Hoffman Asked how he hangs tough in the circumstance 1 Ir

,i. .-,:... TUESDAY. F.b. tSTAXKf device, the form of traction connectedto !4 he answered "I don't ..
CITY COUNCIL Inside.- pins in his pelvis "a big erector set really know I guess Coach (David) '
MUTING .7 p.m. ... that's in my lap all the time., it's ag Hur&e did teach me something about : + ;
BROOKE. CITY COUNCIL Two Sections gravating." About his task of going to hanging in there. I know all the foot- i
MEETING 7:30: p.m. SECTION A: school in a wheelchair 3 hours a daywhile ball condition helped me. The doctors '
HAMPTON CITY COUNCIL Pages 12.3, trying to almost 2 full said that made the difference." I& r ;
Editorial' ,.... .. Page 4A 6-weeks periods of work in the morn- Rick's mother, Mrs. Trudy Demp- '
MEETING 7
t p.m' Society ,_ .' .. ... .. Page SA ings and evenings he says "I'm SP)', said the same thing. "They told : ,.,
WARCMUTING ', Real Estate. . ,Pag 13A almost getting sick of it." ''him if he wasn't an athlete he ; '-. )
f :. Sunhln.Acr.. >7t30 p.m.. Sports. ... .. ..... Pages U.lJA But you know he's kidding again wouldn't have made it through this -
L.gats' . .. .,. .. ". .Pag* 13A when he says that He loves being thing."
CRIME WATCHI) ,Correspondence. Pages ..IDA back You can see it in his smile as And luckily. the accident hasn't Back.in! Action'
Being Formed Her he's wheeled around campus by forced Rick into giving up athletics
Phone Any Realtor SECTION B; friends. You can tell it in his voice though It has prodded him into givingup Or at trust buck: on campus in Kick Krusurlt whi-flchairl.. Bradford \

For More Information Obits.. .. ',' .. Page lOB when he says "I'm going to try to kick one 'thing:' the economical High School sophomore who was seriously injured in an automobile accident
Meeting Coming Soon Clatiifids . Pages 4.7B again next year. I'm going to fool that (Itransportation of motorcycles. "I thrrc months t )go. ,
Brl.li.' _.. . ".Pages 4.108 doctor. He said wait a year." don't think I'll ever ride one again" Rick: HUH been a plranunt. sight hutk at '(herd for many students, including F
Tornado'' coaches and the other: he said last week. Darryl I Wagnerwhei s.I u..hillltUl'k her after Iho sixth period hell.e' I It5






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2A TELEGRAPH February <9$. I9H2



Local Contractors Push Commission Backs Up




: For Licensing BoardA On Ferryman Dump Ban



county committee to study formation about some work being done here thatdoesn't
._. Eating crow is distasteful, but and regulations, and that Perryman
of a board of !icensing contractors hold up. Something will go *
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will be allowed to use the dump once
frustrated Bradford commissioners
; was appointed Mon wrong and the home owner won't be
by the Bradford County Commission able to find the person who did the decided Monday, Feb. 1, it is the rules are adopted.
said he and
Chairman Maxie Carter, Jr. work. Electrical contractor said one necessary to rescind the banning of Chairman Maxie Carter
Thomas Perryman, Route 2, Box Clerk Gib Brown and Commissioner
The committee includes electric requirement could be that a contractor J
270, Keystone Heights from using the Lawrence Mosley, who is assigned to
and building contractors Randy have an advertisement in the
Hayes, Richard Torode, and Jerry phone book, and office, and a phone ?: iL county landfill on SR-100 near KH. the landfill operation this year, met
r in the clerk's office.
Ely, zoning director L..M. Gaines, where he can be reached. ti' The board lost no time in starting with Perryman
7 county attorney Dudley Hardy to Hardy indicated such a "hearing"does
county attorney Dudley Hardy, and
commissioners E.L. (Nook) Norman Bob Gordon, who said he has passed iiI uJtIs preparing resolution governing the not constitute due process."We're .
in a hell of a fix if a man can
and E.W. Hodges.A competency tests in Dade and treatment of county employees at the
dump, and establishing due go and cuss'our employees and wecan't
process
group of local contractors Broward Counties, said the com 1 "
pushing for a local board of licensing petency board would really be to protect for violations of the regulations! do anything about it, Chair-
made a pitch Monday Feb. 1, to the the city, county and citizens. It A public hearing is set for the man Carter stated.
County Commission. Torode had would stop much of the bad work March 1 meeting of the board on After repeated reports from
earlier approached the Starke city Gordon saId.Thomas adopting the new rules, and to employees about trouble with Ferryman -
establish higher rates for commercialusers the commission first issued a
commission about such a board. Hamm a licensing examination r'S + tFL' .
in December notified
of the landfill. warning then
who
"People rant pass the license specialist from Block and
test in their own county are coming Associates of Gainesville told the Private residents will still be allow him he could not longer use the county
here ed to use the landfill free of charge. landfill, although his wife and
to work, Randy Hayes, who commission his firm administers examinations 4
acted as spokesman for the group, for local and county Perryman, who operates a garbage employees would still be allowed to
told the commission. Bradford is one governments. There are some 130 different t collection service, was notified Dec. 7 use the facility.
of few counties in Florida that does contracting categories, but in a letter from 1981 Chairman E.L. Kopelousos' letter stated:
not have a competency test for con- Bradford will probably be interestedin Norman that he could no longer use "After review of your ordinanceand
tractors. the main ones, including general the landfill. The commissioners cited regulations, it is my opinion that
Currently, local contractors electrical gross verbal mistreatment of landfill you are without valid authority to
are only contracting, plumbing, Commissioner E.W. Camera.
Hodges on ..
required to buy an occupational and heating and air-conditioning. employees. The ban did not include take this action and cannot prohibitMr.
license and register with the state, The test last six hours for the main TV-4 reporter David Heal wanted the Bradford County Commissioners to Perryman's wife, employees or Perryman from using the
Zoning Director Gaines explained. licensing contractors, and three hours offer opinions on the Santa Fe peat mining proportion by Georgia-Pacific at, equipment."You facilities located at the Keystone
Contractors currently in business for such minor contracting jobs as Installing Monday's meeting.Commissioners mean a man can go out there landfill. If the Board of County Com-
Mould be "grandfathered in," Gaines swimming pools and solar were mostly non-committal, saying they'll have to wait and tell us how to run the dump?" missioners of Bradford County does
said. The contractors suggested that water heaters. The tests are objectiveand until all studies are in before making/ decision I lodges agreed to make an questioned Chairman Maxie not rescind this action immediately, I
any contractor who has satisfactorily multiple choice. on-camera statement In which he said the same thing.. Hodges told TV-4 h<> CarterJr."I will have no alternative but to file suit
completed at least three jobs in the Cost is $ISO if proctered by his firm thought the peat mining operation would bring 10 or 15 new employees. to the told you all alon you cannot act and obtain a temporary and perma-
year preceding the establishment of Hamm said. Most other counties ac area. without due process, said attorney nent injunction enjoining the Board of
the board be grandfathered in. cept the Block exam if it is procteredhe TV-4 said )Hodges will be on the 6 p.m. news' sometime in the next few Hardy. "You.can't cut off somebody'sright County Commissioners from prohibiting
The contractors are concerned added. weeks. without a hearing." Mr. Ferryman from using the
Do whatever is necessary to rectify facilities.
the situation, Carter told Hardy. "Your ordinance is defective as it
The board acted without authority does not provide for any appeal or
in banning Perryman from the dump, hearing prior to taking this action. In
the commission was warned in a let addition, it is my opinion, that the
Tornado Talk News and About ter from Attorney John Kopelousos of regulations have not been properly
from llratlfonl High Orange Park to Chairman Carter. enacted. Therefore, you are without
Kopelousos said he feels the commission legal authority to prohibit Mr. Ferryman

By Kelll Carver d has now gone far beyond the from using the landfill facility.
realm of authority granted by Florida
per person or $3 per couple. Ticketsat Do you have a special opinion that law and said he would look to recover
the door will be $1 more. Also, buy you- would like to have published In .,,;punitive damages from each comrnis-
for the were ing your tickets in advance makes ,,: the T.lIl.T.' If so, you can 'contact a 'sioner personally, in addition to suing THI MADFORDCOUNTY
Meek
Thought : The four Juniors who selectedto you eligible for a door prize and a"'U staff member of the T.N.T. or drop it p-{the board as a whole, unless the order TELEGRAPH
Faith in God is the of *
source contentment attend the 19th Florida Junior chance to vote on a "King of hearts A, in suggestion box located in the banning Ferryman from the dump isrescinded. P"bll.II.d vry Thundoy
Science Engineering and Humanities who will be announced the night of the J IlUJibrary. The next T.N.TAwHJ; be? I of 130 W. Coll Street

Seniors.... Symposium, held at the University of dance. Grover Howard will be theS!:published February 10.Campus $ V J 'As currently drawn the Bradford I. Stork., Florida 3JOTI
Florida, were Craig Sapp, Stuart ''J"The "
disc-jockey. ?i9' ** '.'' k landfill ordinance does not contain
The Art Club is collecting Pauley, Brad McRae and LeVance }: Kapers : provisions for due process. Rules Second Clou
signatures to be printed on Tshirtsfor Gay. The students attended special F.C.A. is proud to welcome must be written for certain violations, Stork poilag, pold at I
the class of '82 at the main office classes and were given the opportunity Coach Lanier Clyatt as the new sponsor Happy Birthday Sadie McDuffiet I such as mistreatment of employees, Florida
during lunch. If you are not able to go to hear special projects presentedby of the organization. Meetings are and due process provisions included, i!
by the office by Friday, contact Mrs.O'Brian. seniors from different areas of the held every Wednesday morning at 8 B.H.S. is proud to welcome Kenny Hardy said. The rules can be In trade Sub.crlptlonRat.a' t
$9.00
state. Forty high schools throughoutthe a.m. in Coach Clyatt's room. Parado to our school established via resolution requiringthat $1.00 area tin month per year
state were represented by employees be treated with
Are you a dedicated : Juniors. Accompanying the B.H.S. There will be an FBLA meeting Fri- Elizabeth Lawson can 'tell( you courtesy, he added.
Hugger"Scorer"Runner. or Juniors was Mr. Jerry McGriff, a day morning at 810; in MrsRegister's EVERYTHING; ; you need to know Hardy said he will write a letter O"'cI.od.area 10.00 per year
Timer?" about Dottie West. Isn't that IS.SO fix mOll'h.rfR' .
Your talents are neededby BHS science teacher and a co- room. right notifiying Attorney Kopelousos that
the District Special Olympics organizational administrator for the Elizabeth" the board will adopt reasonable rules
Track and Field Contest Saturday, symposium.A .
March 20. If interested, sign up on the .

cafeteria posters in or the library attendance before Feb.10.office, Dance"Junior will be Class given"Sweet-Heart Feb.13 in the .: : ( ; !t .; rLil.w r : ;: .) ri li! B' :r 11j .t.... f tgi1! ;,t 9'J! ..; !'_,t.Jru't@J'r.1 .

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experience as well as lots of fun. Advance tickets are now on sale now ;'.\1 ;';' ,,1r i"-\_ '" .! '. l .., ."/: ro-;; .
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Saturday Jan. 16th Dale Jones with winner Ed Johns placed second. Don j : '

the Game Comm. from Lake City Thompson also landed the largest .
along with some of the Bradford bass for the day.Congratulations. I I I i I r r .
Bassmasters had a work day on to Don and Ed, it
Rowell Lake. was close, only two ounces separatedthem.
They built a big brush pile, they used .

some old Christmas trees, along Saturday, Feb. 20th is the date set t':! 1 ;} J
with some new brush. for the next rournament. D '
We the people in this area ap- Club will vote for location at the : 'I Bassett .J.

preciate Dale coming over to help Feb. meeting.At .' .
build these brush piles.A this time I would like to say
couple of years ago Dale helpedus "Thanks" "Many Thanks" to my [
build a big brush pile in Lake SantaFe. many friends over the past years for c
reading my article. It has been my : ATTR""EniS'DAYS )
pleasure, I have enjoyed it to the utmost / f
Saturday, Jan. 23rd the Bradford .
Bassmasters had their monthly tournament Many thinks to Mr. Ferguson and .f:

on Rodman.Tournament Mr. Collins and his quality staff at the ; Special Purchase on Mattresses and Box. Springs I. ""
began at good Telegraph for being so nice and : :
daylight, ended at 5 p.m. courteous to me and the club. .... -"'- ..... .>11. Comforts" '
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Rodman was drawn down for a cou- This will be my last article for the ,. [ rbU
ple of mo., but is now being broughtack. Bradford Bassmasters.At .. T' I.
It lacks a little reaching it's the Feb. meeting the club will .W'Y FIRM I
max. decide on who will write the article I' r' "
Fishing was pretty tough for most for Feb. \/ j'r' :

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Welch and I were on Rodman I would like to thank each memberof 'p I TWIN .

Thursday evening, we didn't find the Bassmasters Club for sticking EACH
much activity either.I with me over the years. I appreciate '"?"
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fishing.At In leaving, may God bless each of Reg. $99.95 -
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be divided between the county it is emergency ordinance Jan 12 Reddish and Murrhee agreed that
? seized in and the town or KH, delineating Sheriff Murrhee's responsibilities arrests involving confiscated contraband >t k ,
V representatives from Clay and Brad at under the city taking place on either side
', ford Counties and Keystone Heights contract with they Sheriffs Dept. should be divided between the city r'
.: decided Wednesday, Feb. 3, when According to Darby Keystone and the county in which the arrest is 1
discussing law enforcement jurisdio police can make arrests on either side made. That means, in any case, j
.. lion at the airport. of the boundary line. Keystone will get a cut. r I II
', After an hour of discussion Clay The meeting centered on the question "If one of my men who is working \ P Ia'g. I
Sheriff Jennings Murrhee and Bradford of confiscated contraband.By for the city and say, one of my
Sheriff Dolph Reddish agreed state statutes, property con- deputies who Is in the area at the I
that their jurisdiction at the airport is fiscated during felony arrest will be time, make a drug arrest involving ti / \ d '4
:1 defined geographically by county turned over to the arresting agency. property on the Bradford side of the ti r
.. boundary lines and that each sheriff In an arrest in which a multiple line, the case would be tried in Brad
r* has the responsibiltity to patrol on the number of agencies work together on ford and any confiscated property
'; property. an investigation, the courts will would be divided between the the city i
Questions arose, however, over the "distribute the property equitably to and Bradford County," Murrhee said. 1 r 41 '
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''I' distribution of any confiscated property all of the participating agencies.' "Regardless of the personnel involved /, ,, kiiY 9t'9t'o '
that could be seized in drug ar "We don't want any falling out over in the arrest If an arrest were i I If.
made on the Clay side, any property .. :i
rests or other felony crimes taking this, Bradford County Sheriff Dolph -
place at the airport. Reddish said. "There's plenty for would be divided" between the city and f. I
"* "There is about the everybody" Clay County.
no problem ,. ,
,I jurisdiction of both departments at "The question of the city's owner- Keystone: Mayor Bill Beam instructed ,
J the airport,Keystone Attorney Jim ship of the airport has been settled," Darby: to present: the plan to A F' r .+,
'< Darby said. Darby said. "We all agree that the city the city council at their next meeting {
:)' Arrests made on the Clay side of the has the responsibility for the policing for approval.
boundary at the airport will be tried of the airport as well." Clay County Attorney Gene Shaw
in Clay County and arrests made in ''But it is also clear both Jennings suggested that the situation is already Wanta Trace Where You Came From...? I
*"' Bradford territory at the airport will Murrhee) and myself have authorityover covered by existing state statutes and
.J! be tried in Bradford County. any city police department in an agreement between the sheriff Well, the Bradford County Library will soon be able Board and formerly very iictive in the defum-l Garden
'j' regardless of the law enforcement this matter," Reddish said. "We have departments would suffice. to offer you more assistance. Club presents the check :Monday to County Cum' mission
Using a JI.705.9O donation from the now inactive ( Chairman :Hade Carter. The money will placid
Starke Garden Club, the library will purchase a
in the county fund for the library. j
; Residents microfilm reader with which the microfilmed records Librarian Dan Smith is and
I HeAtA i ceAvailable 'or Low Income at left :Mrs. :.Marlh.i
can be read. Many of the genealogy records! are now on Dorko is behind Mrs. Norman in the abo\e pholo.
microfilm. There is quite a few local people now tracing The former Garden Club funds \\erc raised in

''t The of Health and level for a single person is $359 per mainly aimed at people who are lacing their family history through records at the library beautify Starke. The money was gradual; l..itlJ.td..plt't..d
"' Rehabilitative Department Services officials announce month; for a couple, $474 per month severe hardships and who are but now they have to go to Bradford High to use in the bank :Mrs. Norman told tlu coiiiilv
'T' crisis and for a family of four, $704 per without heating.Ms. microfilm readers. commission, and the decision was made! to put tin-
:w: to assist that low-income a heating Floridians program will month. Loepp said that people shouldnot Mrs. Muriel Norman chairman of the KC Library funds louse for all.

,; begin the week of Jan 25 and will end The department emphasized that confuse the heating crisis program
is crisis with the state's Low Income
the program a or emergency
at midnight, March 31. More than
must show that Home Energy Assistance Program
federal is being program. Applicants
$500,000 made available in statewide money for the their homes are without heat or that which will not be implemented until FuU-Tlme Wanted I
they are in immediate danger of be March 15.Those Judge
payments.The
emergency seeking aid through the program
will ing without heat. For example, they
provide emergency
help program to low-income individuals and may have been refused a delivery of should contact their local HRS (From Page 1A) and Baker Counties, than a judge citizens to tell the county commission
families who are without heating in gas or fuel oil or they may have been office at 727 S. Walnut Street 9648039. assigned from Gainesville Reddish how he feels
r advised by their utility that Elderly and disabled people who are can keep the judge's calendar
their homes and who are in danger of company contended The last circuit judge pt'rmo1l11'1I1"assigned
be unable to in should call Brown contended.The .
off satisfactorily
their electricity or gas will cut apply person
without heat. "We can live with of the circuit to Bradford Count '
being any ) was ilif<<
their HRS office and ask for clerk's office a
currently supplies
within 48 to 72 hours. The programwill "
Either individuals or families may judges, said Sheriff Reddish, contending late Judge George L. fallen. ,
assist in the of assistance. secretary for the circuit judge on duty
purchase typeof
any
However he and Clerk Brown have
apply for assistance. no no cer
heating fuel, including firewood. Applicants should bring proof of here. Each judge'has a state-paid ,
more than one applicant per tain judge in mind. Problem is (the
their income and other Information but leaves her in
Mary Loepp, Economic Services any secretary
household receive assistance. manner in which the is being
can program
The maximum payment made will be Program Office Director for HRS that would verify they are unableto Gainesville when assigned to Brad operated. PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS
emphasized that the heating crisis obtain heating or that ford County.
household. A fulltime. resident circuit
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1$150 per those will be cut off. Information provide The heavy case load which has to be
"is not intended for
program
i for the would be much efficient in
: In order to qualify program more keeping
=;: aplicants'i income must not exceed people who are habitually delinquent by applicants will be verified before handled on a parttime basis is unfairto up with the work load here. Reddish ,.z I 3 Bedroom Apts.
is are issued. the too Clerk Brown pointed
in paying their utility bills. This payments judge
level. The said.A .
::: the state's poverty poverty From M30" to 275"
::: out.The judge for Bradford County is a
additional

i carne 'Adl inson Hanging it up sheriff burden pointed on prison the circuit out puts A judge an fulltime here judge, the said touchy Sheriff subject Reddish and But controversial the sheriff 1: :t 1530 W. Madison

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;PV 1'/" lb ?ud.r meeker* : ,they have given Adkinson. Lr n Q u j nT Sr i i ,
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niWHTktMftim I gtf W mainstay around here," says Athletic : It: dent Council sponsor, and was in'
Director David Hurse of Warney \ charge of the homecoming parade for
Adkinson who is retiring from Brad eight years. He has also been active in
ford High School this Friday, Feb.5, the Bradford Education Association.
after teaching and coaching in Upon retirement, Adkinson is plan
Florida for more than 30 years. i ning to become a fulltime member of 11 11C
"Seventeen ;years ago Coach Adkin i iVarney's the Terwillegar Motor team, and has 1
son and his wife, Philamena, better y, already acquired the nickname of DAYS LEFT 10
known as Chickie, came to Bradford "Let'um Ride Adkinson! That
Cfrurfty from Blountstowns. Well- nickname came after Adkinson let a
k. mVn> West Florida, Coach'Adkin- "prospective buyer" talk him into I
s'waS recruited by Coach Hurse to taking a truck out a for a trial spin.
c cJi';,the' floundering 'Tornadob The "customer" never returned!
b squad. Warney says he'll spend some time GE
did a j.whale of a job," says a catching up on his golf game, rooting
i Hurse tat ; for the Florida State U. Seminoles,
fyfsfseaohwhich'! ;;; was. 1965, and visiting his daughter Diane Mrs.
t ydlTtl'4dcoachedbyAdkinson Richard Williams, and grandchildren
nt f 7-14toU6-U, winning the' Micayle, Kevin, and Erin Elizabeth in
g up t district) championship; \ Special..to Tallahassee."It's .
a was Yanp6rtat( iiY the regional manyBUS students because of his infectious been a real pleasure for me to YOUR
t /rOS rig 57-M-to Niceville.: humor. Here,'Warney offersa have worked with Mr. Adkinson dur
S ve Jr. the' black athlete at clock and a grin to a student tardy to ing the past four years," states Prin :
B dtora JighJdiul brothers'Wayne'Pau t:hrIass.. cipal Jim Duncan. "He's been an in
a !"-McLeud were the'stars bt.fjf'W'BHS ..' spiration to the administration and I
A ipso ( > team. tt; students. We wish Warney the best."
j i- iyJyear"! 66-67, Adki'nsons'iiXfent a/rid were runner-up the next year by Warney remembers the tension- '
t 23-J slid 'wan": another" one point. filled 1965 season, the first year of integration If you'd like )change tin-
gi pt.before.being 'robbed atstvieAvV'Tttey'Uook'that -,''" Adkinson was on the coaching staffof when he was afraid to let name I is listecl Ill
C : away the state champion BHS football Steve Baker start. He'd wait until pone
3 the bxxik raw's the
f i us,"\a Warney:,The Mcteodlers teams in 1965 and 1966 on which he BHS was behind. Then the students, ,
b t II arid Pittsburgh Stealers foot coached Larry Brown who knew about Baker's soaring jum time to do it

b iUijt rry.Brown: were the big On the golf course Adkinson coached ping and ball handling ability, would The new directc>ries g u> t to
g orTnis second BUS five. the first girl from BHS Claire begin calling "Baker, Baker, Baker." in just a few clays.
jn 67 1>68'-theLjornadaii; ; five was' 16-9 Turner, to qualify for the state tour The students lost little time getting press ,
utweprAdltrneon: before he steppedd nament. The same year Richard behind the new star. They wanted to >,,, "' Of course, if yOu've() al
"v' }\n'Warney; came back and coach Gaines also qualified for the state golf win, Warney says. ready contacted us, no needto
edt: sketball three years in the late tournament. After the season Warney got a letter v' ; do it again. But in case ( >uhaven't
70'$;taking the 77-78 team to an 18-10 Always ready with a story, joke, or from the late Mayor Randall Chitty yt .
record and another district title, riddle, Adkinson has kept his congratulating him on the season and y :, eresahltnd'tilt't}
His /over-all basketball coaching mathematics classes exciting. for how he handled the integration point check list to help you

record was 91 wins and 73 losses at "One of my sources of pride is to problem. He also received a similar get the listing you want
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see former students in all different signed only
At Blountstown in the early 60's walks of life become successful," Now, 17 years later, Warney still l.Your listing: is it correct
Adkinson-coached basketball teams Warney remarked. The students' wonders who wrote that letter. The in the current bt()()k?

won 'a state championship one year relationship to this educator is writer has never come forward. 2.Your family: any

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A motorcade of Lake Region terested property owners in Bradford may contact Marvin Faircloth at

I !, Florida Is Hardest Hit by New Federalism residents, seeking state purchase of Clay, and Alachua Counties will 475-2500: for further information.
,, { the Santa Fe Swamp as an en- meet at the Melrose post office at 1:30 Included in the comprehensive plan
: dangered wetland, will! greet Governor p.m. Tuesday and proceed to the San- reviews of surface
r": ; the Italian from his troublesome pro- costs of Medicaid 'Would Bob Graham in Gainesville Tues ta Fe Community College, where are water proposed drainage or impoundmentswhich
Machiavelli, day, Feb. 9, at to discuss
a meeting Gov. Graham will speak in the lecture
blems. He also obviously relieve the states of that could alter the surface water
said it than soar- implementation of
philosopher, more a comprehensiveplan hall at 3 p.m. For those who can ar- inflow into the river, alter the reten-
\,, 450 years ago: "There isr wished to avoid raising taxesin ing cost estimated at $19 to protect the Suwannee River rive early, a film entitled "Seven tion of wetlands or reduce
nothing more difficult to take a year when he hoped to in- billion starting Oct. 1, 1983, but and its tributaries, including the San Ways to Kill the Suwannee" will be the infiltration capacity rate of recharge.The .

" in hand, more perilous to con- crease Republican numbersin in return would shift to the ta Fe River. The plan was developedby shown in building M. room 132 across plan also would provide:
) the Suwannee River Resource
from the auditorium from 1:30: to 2:30:
' duct, or more uncertain in its the Senate and elect enough states full resonsibility for Planning and Management Committee technical support to local governments :'

success, than to take the lead new representatives to gam federal-grant programs in- Live Oak. p.m.All interested for the purpose of reviewing
persons in protecting and evaluating development
: in the introduction of a new control of the House. cluding welfare urban- the of proposals
, The motorcade, composed of In- Santa Fe and Suwannee Riversare in the 100-year floodplain the
order of things." development-action grants, invited to join the motorcade and Suwannee and its tributaries.
highway and sewer construc-

Franklin D. Roosevelt took The,New States Rights tion grants, home energy ---- ,

up that challenge fifty years assistance, food stamps, ;; :_.

ago and won, in shaping a new "President Reagan proposes to foster care, legal services, !! FORESTRY

order of things designed to bring make the states responsible by child abuse, and vocational

the Nation out of the 1988 for welfare, food stamps rehabilitation, among many IN BRADFORDCOUNTT
greatest depression in its and more than 40 other federal others. :

history. programs so responsible in :', f By Dave Norton
fact, that states can kill any or all And where would Florida '
of these starting in 4 ki County ForesterIn
programs
stand in this new set-up?
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New FederalismCaptures 1984. If they choose to do so. And
some probably will. -

SpotlightBy "Can this be a serious proposal Florida at TopIn

from the President of all the people Bradford it has
1 -y -S County recently
Revenue Losses
? Does Reagan really Intend .. become apparent that there is confusion -
a strange quirk of fate that some states could offer their about the new burning regula
another President, RonakiReagan needy citizens no help? Does he tions which became effective Jan.1,

just four days before actually believe the national Preliminary studies indicate P 1982. Let me take this opportunity to
the centennial of Roosevelt's government should provide no Incentive that it could well be the na b review this information again to cor
and make
no requirementof tion's number loser under rect or relieve any confusion which
birth one
on January 30, stepped the states regarding help for
forward in his State of the Na- the needy? Mr. Reagan's trade-off plan. SY r may Anyone exist.wishing to burn leaves .or

tion address to likewise accept "That's I other trash in their backyards must
the challenge by in- intends. exactly what Reagan Due largely to Florida'shigh contact the Florida Division I bf
If his own words
are of senior
troducing "a new order ofthings" taken at face value." percentage Forestry for an authorization prior In
citizen population, the state'sOffice lighting the fire. '
to Tom
completely turn Wicker of Planning and Budget The Division of Forestry, at the request ,
around the New Deal ordered estimates Florida would lose of the Department of Environmental ::.

by Roosevelt fifty years: ago. around million Regulation is adding
$455 the
Mr. Reagan would also on 1 backyard fires, as well( as land clear
FDR's change-in-order was benefit from dramaticmove deal if the trade took place ing fires and several other types (it
to transfer from some during the current fiscal year. burning, to the authority it alreadyhad
more powers to take the public'smind
The federal"* governmentwould to regulate agricultural
the states to the federal off problems of a silvicultural, and other rural burningas
take million ofFlorida's
over $245
government in order to feed deepening recession, soaring a means of preventing wildfires.
the hungry administer to the interest Medicaid expenses, "The goal is to give the public. a
unemployment, rising -
sick, and institute public rates and record- but the state would have to single agency that can act as the
"
works that created assume over $700 million in authority on outdoor burning said,
programs breaking deficits, which are Commissioner of Doyle
food and Aid to Depen- Agriculture
jobs for one-fourth of the stamps SCS Conservationist Norman Porter
na
hardly the stuff from which dent Children. Conner. "The public will not alwaj
tion's workers who were out of successful campaigns for Con- be able to obtain the authorizations

employment at the time. made. needed simply by calling because
gress are
The Reagan program wouldbe New Conservationist Assigned many local governments also have
Mr. Roosevelt's new order- an asset for states from burning regulations. But the Division;
of-things worked, under his in- Neither could Mr. Reaganuse which the government draws of Forestry will act as an information

spired leadership, and the nation as his central theme the more taxes than it send back To Bradford-Union-Baker center, providing citizens th. ;
so-called social issues telephone number of other:
including any
was saved from the pit of in grants. These relatively authorities which notifica*
ERA require
(which he
despair and the brink of anar- .,opposes wealthy, states 'could.-then ..
tion. ', '
in
*rriian'1'oi former servation Districts -
) abortion g'r, DistrictifMsiJrt helping land- "
chy. Although many of his,,, ,arid tax school for 'reduceEbk len.,!.to a c.misfr'll/t: / ".Char lot terLeen; bjii"S'\ nJj1N\ ;, !'t./t ;Jt.rnti .',1tjAf.rrtatftiIU: 6 i tip1? utjgedIgga

programs, _such as, social.private prayer, exemption level mOre eeping."ith the GAdsden, rubber materials
security, federal insurance of schools-whidhprac- actual financing of transfer been appointed the USDA Soil Conservation wate conservation. It also provides in- asphal "
tice segregation. These are Service District Conserva- formation on the limitations of soils roofing materials, tar, railroad ties;
bank red
and But
deposits, tighter unsuitable topics in an elec- programs. poorer tionist for Bradford, Union,and Baker for selected urban and rural land and other creosoted lumber, plastics
regulations on the stock tion because states, like Mississippi and Counties. uses. trash (meaning construction or

market are still standbys of year they are Alabama, that now receive Porter is a 1966 University of Porter will provide assistance in demolition debris, paper, cardboard

our society, others, though emotional, divisive, and likely more in'grants than they pay Florida graduate and has had 15 y ears these areas upon request to the Brad- cloth, glass, street sweepings, etc,!
to lose as many votes as they with SCS. ford or Banker Agricultural Centers and garbage (kitchen and table food
basically: good, and necessaryat in taxes, no longer would en- experience lie is married to :
might win.Burdens. the former Annie Laura Collins of Starke 964-6280, extension 289; or waste, etc.)
the time were allowed to joy this advantage. How long
Fort White, and they have three Macclenny.259-2716. All yard trash (garbage) fires are;
mushroom and be mis- they could continue the social children. illegal if commercial trash pickup

administered by later ad- ShiftedTo programs after 1990 is a mat- The Soil Conservation Service pro- J.II. (Jim) Faulkner is chairman of service is available at least once a

ministrations until they ter of pure conjecture. vides technical assistance through the the Bradford Soil and Water Conservation week. ''
spread far beyond the needy Cities! und StatesSo locally organized/ Soil and Water Con- District. least Backyard fires must r pl.ai\tt!\ !
"It's"all 200 feet from the: nearestJ1Z
for Whom they were originally hocus pocus'saysthe cU, ied building or publje'rda'd''1 :

intended. head of Maryland's What is I legal ;and,>'iiat":, pillr
what to talk about in a department of Human '')'r regards to outdoor: burt>iri ,1C9'p(

Now, President Reagan, in State of the Nation address? Resources. "They don't have County Agents By very confusing,*",said 'JpwLwould )) .: .

what he terms "the new Presto! New Federalism.The figures for actual expen- like to take t tni ls''o u"l'lt': '

federalism," seeks to turn daring proposal for ditures in fiscal 1982 yet, and Notebook BobbyTaylor. ;; ea M aJ.1Y suggest !drat;? C anyoir burning: $hg4l' >>: rill j {
most of these social programs trading off some forty social '
they're trying to say what Divl pn': Forestry f4\ si' t
back to the states from whom programs to the states in these programs will cost in s ,e tM or: provide, ( the !fnformalio4rtjD1( < }} 4 E :

they were taken fifty years return for the federal govern- fiscal 1984. They're going, to .. .,/ .... zeanolnW1oi.l" lions you may'haver:
ago. It is a dream Mr. Reaganhas ment taking on full respon- project whatever they want to TIM Over 3,100 wildfires last yeai'

nurtured for many years. sibility for medicaid might be proJect." (Almost sounds like Feeding cattle in the winter is an hay that the cattle need. Thi'; '&?'fH' All resulted these from fires citizens burning debris.
just the thing to divert atten- David Stockman's confessionin expensive proposition and good feed accomplished by unrolling thet/afe/ i'6F i are illegal once they
fire
Illegal
f1Itu8lboMtra
escape. * must. cat- ;
is a Many
While some observers management using some other method of
tion from his troubles and put Atlantic ). expenses to the Jandowner. w.....
Monthly tlemen are having to buy hay, and
acknowledge that it is "a distributing the hay to( the cattle. But lets h!#" UlJqDU'
beautiful the spotlight on Mr. Reaganas many are using the large round bale. in order to reduce labor, you may one get away.
dream" many more a bold leader. So Mr. Reagan took the want to put out enough hay to last for !S- T 1" 1. YOV'iiiOX10
gamble, just as FDR did fifty The large round hay bale has gain- several days. New Construction'Figures fzuL 88
ed wide ac:eptance among ranchers Ism
Largely overlooked in the
Was It Designed throughout, the U.S. The reason for If this is done, some type of feeding I .''" rH 9'9rf1'
simple-sounding trade-off proposal Reagan Gained this is the reduced labor cost and the restraint is needed to reduce wastage.A Hc ....) ; J2bsM
is the fact that New of the bales outside '1' '':" :
To Cover Failures? capability storing portable feeding gate can be placed 'I'n9
Federalism offers the carrotof Time He Needed with a minimum of deterioration. In around the large bales. The gate protects Continue Rise a'
ojJ.7
partial financing of the for- order to use the large round bale the hay from trampling in so ,

pragmatic politicians, even ty programs for the first few years ago. But this time system points more need effectively to be considered.The the following stack that cows except cannot that( reach exposed any part to of them the Construction in Bradford County-

some high in the President's years, but the short end of the things are a little different. It through the gate. Most feeding gates continued on the road to recovery an

t own party, are already stick would come in 1991 when was obvious that by mountinga storage site,should have good allow the cows to push them towardthe January after a brief three-monUx
wondering whether in trying the federal "trust fund" from major campaign for his New surface and internal soil drainage. bale as the hay is consumed. slump in the fall. "*;;
present excise taxes would be Bales placed on old tires, railroadties Permits issued in January by the
to fulfill his dream, Mr. Federalism at this critical
or large-size crushed rock will
Once a bale has been .
completely
Reagan has not created a phased out and the states and point, Mr. Reagan hoped to have less bottom spoilage.Severe bottom consumed, the portable feeding gate almost County Zoning$150.000 Office over totaled December,1$671,300::

I monster too large and cities would have to levy their buy more time for his programs spoilage may occur if bales are can be moved a short distavce in $527,700. The 1981 low was reached in'
'I dangerous for the states and own taxes to fill the empty cof- to start working before left in areas where' water can ac order to feed the next bale on a new October when county permits totaled'

cities he seeks to saddle with ferres or chuck the social pro- the fall elections.But cumulate. Also, surface water can area. This will help prevent the grass only $266,776. :.
from the bottom bale
move up into the stand in one area from. being com- :
i 1! these tremendous gams out the window. January's report included seven
respon- and additional
cause spoilage. pletely killed out.
single family dwellings totaling:
sibilities. if the long promised end $280,200; 26 mobile homes $271,400 .
f"t r f Others unkind to The Reagan proposal for When possible, stack the bales in ;
are
enough of 24
additions.
k recession is not clearly in $74,600; and seven com*
Robert AV. Coulliette
federal financing of the total rows with the flat ends 1 to 2 feet Cpl.
mercial }
faced
that with Sir
suggest permits 45100.
, I sight in the second quarter of apart. The rows should be lined up Receives Rank Promotion Total value of
failure of .his original goals this year as predicted by ad- with the prevailing winds to permit new construction per-
' mits issued by the last
and promise to cut taxes, increase ministration economists Mr. adequate air movement or lined up county year
Marine Cpl. Robert W. Coulliette (not including Starke) was $7,086.896.
f' military spending, and Reagan will have to north to south so that the morning and which included
o come up III, whose wife. Patricia, is the 99 single family dwellings ;
'j balance the budget all at thent' .. with other "bold new pro- of evening the rounded sun can sides.dry the lower edges daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Cato of 123 mobile homes 23 commercial -

same time Mr. Reagan hastily o grams" to keep the Reagan Route 1, Box 39X, Hampton, has been structures and 247 additions or
hatched his "NewFederalism" Revolution promoted to his present rank while remodelling projects. This exceededthe
alive for what is Store your hay in several different
with the 2nd 1980 total of $67 and
i theme at the last It is 261 degrees F. below already his obvious hope for a stackyards ,to reduce potential fire serving Battalion Camp Assault Lejeune.Amphibious predictions are that the million building

I minute to divert attention zero on the planet Saturn. second term. loss and use fire lanes to reduce the NC, trades locally will fare even betterjo
likelihood of fire. 1982.
x

Bales wrapped with twine hold
J together better and wind loss is reduced. for Mobile !Ji
The Florida RADFORD CO Either natural fiber or plastic Zoning Change Homes

twine can be used. Plastic will not rot, I
but it must be removed and destroyed At Kingsley Luke Is Withdrawn
before feeding to prevent cows frome : t1s
: @ miliiWnP4 eating it and also to keep it from in

becoming entangled in mowers, In the face of strong opposition group who owns property in the Affected
i pasture drills and drive t>lx.ru of from a group of Kingsley Lake property area, presented a petition with
vehicles. owners the Clay County Zoning more than 40 names, asking that the
PRESS BOB G, FERGUSON JOHN and Planning Commission last Thurs- present RB zoning be left unchanged.
M.
MILLER Large round bales can be fed in day withdrew its proposal to ad- The area included in the administrative
Publishers several ways but one important objective ministratively rezone an area on the rezoning proposal :Ifl?
Published each is to reduce the amount of southwest side of the lake from RB between fire lanes S and 6. withta
Thursday and antarcd as Second Class Matter ot trw Post OHka ol 51""' .. Flo. under Act of March 3. 1879 due ( ,
" wastage to trampling and fouling single family residential) to RMH 175-foot setback from SR-230 on IW
Subscription rat. In trod or_: $9,00 Par Yar S3 OO Six Month with manure.,"' (single fam.ly .:residential mobile west. The eastern boundary was
Phana.a4-o3O3 Outside trad area: SI 900 P.r Y.or; ".50 Six Months" Stork.Florida 32091 home district) formed by Seminole and Myrtle
Wastage can be minimized by Streets as shown on plat. Lake front
feeding each day only the amount of Jim Womack one of the opposing property was excluded.w .

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February o.t, 198Z TELEGRAPII PagrSA .


Allison Hayes and Archie Rosier Junior Woman's Club ,
To Meet Fab. 8 o o :


Wed Dec. 12 in Home Ceremony tP ? R RI their The February Junior Woman's meeting Club Feb.will 8 at hold 7:30 The Social SideGladys ;

p.m. at the club house with Christie
Baptist Church performed the nup Torode and Tracy Torode as i

tials.Michael hostesses. The
best man. Williams of Lawtey was l r Mooty Of !

Mrs. David Kelly of Jacksonville, k YSI Society Editor
aunt of the bride, attended as matronon I Starke Woman's Club

honor. She wore a Christmas red Meeting Feb. 10 964-7608 New QQ '
c, qiana gown over satin.
The bride given in marriage by her rWr. >m Doug Cooney,director of marketingfor > O
I
mother, wore the traditional wedding Alachua General Hospital and XJc\
+ Mrs. Judy Moore, director[ of nursingat I
w gown of lace over taffeta. Her crown a
1 of matching lace secured her veil of ,, '}, Bradford County Hospital will be
N, tulle trimmed with matching lace. principal speakers at the Starke Carrie Sanders
i t; She carried a bouquet of red roses andbaby' women's Club luncheon-meeting
a breath.A Wednesday, Feb. 10, at 12 noon I Marc Hunt ,
7 Hostesses will be Mrs. L.II. Jenn 1 ,, 1 To Wed March 20 I
reception was also held at this ings, chairman, Mrs. C.E. Osteen,
Rosier home where Mrs. Robert "" Mrs. Betts Mizclle, Mrs. Earl Kraft, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm R. Sandersof

Prevatt, sister of the groom, greetedthe Kathy Henderson Mrs.Jenny Sikes, Mrs. F.E. Ahrhart, Starke announce the engagementand
guests at the door. Mrs. Maydelle Bobenhaur, Mrs. R.A. approaching marriage of their
The bride's table was covered witha Kathy Henderson, Green, Sr., Mrs. R.A. Green, Jr., i ?: daughter, Carrie Howard to Marc
lace cloth and centered with a wed Mrs.Curtis Sanders, Mrs. H.L. Speer, I f { Dan Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Haskel
dngcote,baked,decorated and served David BestEngagement Mrs. G.J. McGrlff, Mrs. A.J. Griffin, ; ti. Hess of Gainesville.The .
By Mrs. Robert Rosier sister-in- ToldMr. Mrs. Paul Raymond and Mrs. M. wedding will be an event of
law of the groom and Arne Futch. Sarntinoranl. ,. March 20 at 2 p.m. in the First
and Mrs. Philip A. Lowell and Presbyterian Church, Starke.
Mr. and Mrs.A.C. Rosier The punch table held punch, coffee, Mr. and Mrs. Verl R. Best, all of
Starke, announce the engagementand
mints and nuts.
";"Allison Hayes, daughter: of Mrs. The bride is a senior at Bradford approaching marriage of Miss Maria Cantu f Did You Know... .. . ..
Patricia A. Hayes of Lawtey and Fay High School and the groom is a Kathy Marie Henderson to David Matthew HerresTo rM
A. Hayes of Boca Raton, and Archibald graduate of Bradford High School and Martin Best.Nuptials Wed Feb. 14 ra Mr. and Mrs. Wil Mendietta and
C. Rosier,son of Mr. and Mrs. works for Patterson Enterprises in will be performed May 1 at sons of St, Simons Island were
'Cedric R. Rosier of Lawtey were Jacksonville. Grace Baptist Church in a private Announcement is made of the approaching + M weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.11.Moncrief .

united in marriage Dec. 12 at 7:30 Out-of-town guests were Susan Car ceremony. marriage of Maria .
p.m. at the home of the groom's roll, aunt of the bride from Boca Esmeralda Cantu, daughter of Bruno
parents [in Lawtey. Raton and David Kelly of Jackson- Susan Sanderson, Cantu, Sr., of Beva Vidas, Texas and i Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hallinan of
Rev. James Saunders of Evergreen ville, uncle of the bride.,, Daniel Norman Marla Esmerald Cantu of Starke, to Westhampton, N.V, Mr and Mrs.
Herbert Matthew Herres, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Atwood, Jr.. Joseph Doscher of Largo, Fla., and
Married Jan. 22 and Mrs, H. P. Herres, Jr., of Starke. Jerry Moran of Savannah, Ga.. were
Jackson Susan Sanderson daughter of Mr. The wedding will take place Sun Elizabeth Crew, weekend guest of Mr and Mrs. I
:': Monica and Mrs. M.A. Sanderson of Starke day, Feb. 14, at 3 p.m. in the First William Atwood, Jr., Gerald Moran at Kingsley Lake. ,_
Celebrates 6th Presbyterian Church, Starke with a
and Daniel Norman, son of Mrs.
Beulah Norman of Lawtey were reception following in the church Married Dec. 25 Mr and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief visited
BirthdayLittle Mrs. Betts and Mrs. Gwendolin
BIRTHS united in marriage Jan. 22 in Fellowship Hall. Elizabeth Lorrayne Crew,daughterof Sybil
Monica Jackson celebratedher Folkston, Ga. Friends and relatives of both King m Quincey last Tuesday to
Ms. Norma C. Bragg of Wilson,
.
sixth birthday Tuesday afternoon The couple is residing in Lawtey. families are invited to attend. N.C. and Stanley Crew of Tulsa Okla. Thursday.Mrs.
when her mother,Mrs. Marc Jackson Mrs. Norman is a teacher at Brad and William Franklin Atwood, Jr.,

gave a party for her and eight little ford Middle School and Mr. Normanis Did You Know...;....... son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Atwood .
friends. employed at UCI at State Prison. Sr., of Starke were united in Jerome Johns was a medical
and Mrs. Jack Miller of
Robert Lynwood Walters The strawberry shortcake theme Mr. patient in Alachua General Hospital
.Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Walters of was carried out in the decorationswith Jacksonville were last Thursday marriage on Dec. 25 by Rev. Bob Friday to Tuesday
birth of visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Greenville,N.C.announce the a strawberry shortcake centerpiece St Marks Hosts
a son, Robert Lynwood, born Jan. 27. on the refreshment table. Priests In Miller and on Sunday their son, Jim- Michael S. Glance of Keystone Mr and Mrs. Michael Skinner of
He joins a sister, Mandy, age 4. The youngsters enjoyed Visiting my Miller came here to play golf on Heights. Atlanta spent the weekend with her
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and refreshments and games during the Clergy Selection Process his grandfather, George Miller's 79th Michael Clance was best man and parents, Mr and Mrs. George
Mrs. Jane D. Crew served matronof
Mrs. S.L. Peek, Jr., of Starke. Great party hours of 3 to 4 p.m. of West birthday.Mr. as Copeland.
Rev. Richard Lindsay honor. Miss Jessica Rose Crew,
Holland of
is Mrs. W.H. the
celebrate occasion
grandmother Helping to River, Maryland, celebrated Holy daughter of the bride, was also in at
Starke and also great grandparents, were Monica grandparents,Mr.and and Mrs. Amos Sanford of
and delivered the tendance.
Eucharist
sermonat
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walters, Sr. of Mrs. H.E. Smith of Williston.' Tavares were weekend guests of Mr.
Dublin, Ga.Maternal. the 10 a.m. service Sunday,Jan. 24. and Mrs. L.C. Early.Mr. Mrs. Carolyn Mattox and Ms. In Appreciation ,
Mr. and -> Approximately 90 parishioners Karen Buhler served during the
grandparents are into the beautiful church to We wish to thank all our friends for
squeezed of reception.Did
Mrs. Robert Guinn of Drexel, N.C. Women of St. MarksTo and Mrs. Charles Shepherd
hear the first of several clergymen the acts of kindness, visits, cards,
Joshua Mark Adkins Hold MeetingThe being considered for the rector's posi- Tampa of Mr. and were Mrs.Sunday George overnight Miller.guests You Know........... flowers and food given to us duringour
tion. Rev. John Flynn moved to hospitalization and convalecenceat
and Mrs. J.R. Adkins announce Women of St. Mark's will meet
Mr. Tallahassee with his wife in home. to the doctors
,
Betty Especially
the birth of a son, Joshua Mark, born Tuesday night, Feb. 9, at 7:30: p.m. in August, leaving St. Marks without a Mr. and Mrs. Dobe Byrd of Battle Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johns and son, and hospital staff. Your love and
Dec. 30, 1981 in Alachua General the Parish House. minister. For the service with Rev. Creek, Mich. were Thursday to Mon- Robbie of Barnesville, Ga., spent the will always be remembered.Mr. .
Hospital. He joins a brother, John Lindsay, John Stanwix-Hay was first day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer weekend with his mother, Mrs. prayers and Mrs. Titus OlsonHERE'S

Rufus Maternal Adkins grandparents, Jr., age 15 months.are Mrs., Did You Know........... server. Jody Baldwin was Crucifer. Steams. Shirley Johns.
Other acolytes serving were Bart
of and the
Pauline DeVore Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tenly of Neighbors, Jason Brown, Jody
DeVore. Paternal grandparents -
late John R. afternoon Brown, and Paul and Eric Sanders.A .
Gainesville, were Sunday
the late Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
are guests of their neice,Mrs.Joan Chitty delicious covered dish dinner was
Adkins. Maternal great
ward grandmother S. is Mrs. R.H. Futch of and family, and Mrs. Edmond Tenly, enjoyed after the service with turkey ONE i
Sr. smoked by Mac Baldwin as the en
Lawtey.

tree.Rev.. George Holston III and his 'u
Crystal Rosa Danielle Griffis Mrs., CC. Hoppe of Tampa arrives'Friday wife,Cathy, arrived from Lake Wales. a i
Franklin Grif--
and fro. Sidney Mrs. O.L. to the at Stt-
fls Mrf; :of'Starke: announce the'birth' to visit her sisters Saturday spend weekend "oWAYYOURPHOD i
Beasley and Mrs. J.W. Kincaid for Marks.
Rosa Daniellei"born ;
of a daughter Crystal in Shand's Teaching several weeks. Keith Gillingham grilled chicken
Jan. 17 and Mac Baldwin smoked pork for the

Hospital.Maternal. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Chism visited Saturday evening church supper. t ,
are
grandparents Anderson of Raiford their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Following the meal, a question-
Mrs. Herbert is Mrs. Rosa and Mrs. Herb Johnson and family in answer discussion between the GET YOU
Grits of Raiford.grandmother Tallahassee on Sunday.Mr. parishioners and Rev. Holston took .

Mr. and place. .
Paternal grandprents are and Mr. Rev Holston delivered the
and Mrs. R.O. Dansby sermon
Griffis II of
Mrs. Sidney Franklin and Mrs. Rodney Hall visited Mr. and and celebrated Holy Eucharist on
Starke. Mrs. Edward Davis in Gainesville on Sunday morning. Eric Sanders was
Sunday. first server. John Sisnwix-Hay was OFF THE HOOK.
Amanda Gall Barton Crucifer. Bart Neighbors was 2nd j
'Mr."and Mrs. Dolphus Barton of Mrs. J.C. Hobbs was a patient in server.
Starke announce the birth of a North Florida Regional Hospital last Area Methodists may remembers
daughter Amanda Gail on Jan. 14 inhand's' Tuesday to Friday following eye George Holston as their summer Call Forwarding lets Custom Calling Services
,
$ Teaching; Hospital. surgery.Mr. youth minister 9 years ago. He
;.Maternal! grandparents are Mr.amt became Episcopalian while.a studentat transfer calls automatically too: Call Waiting SpeedCalling
Ear) W..Crawford of Kingsley Emory University. you ,
tMAk !l ''Great'' grandmother is Mrs. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison have St. Marks parish family will enjoy to another number. and
1ia' Ganesville. : Three-Way-
of
Arn Crawford had visitors their daughter, Mrs. meeting Rev. Richard Hartman, his
,'grandmother is Mrs. NanV"s as wife, Millie, and their 8th grade son
kat
of Atlanta last week
neer" of Jacksonville. Great Charles Meyers Before leaving home Calling. l the
and Mrs. and Mrs. W.L. Harrison of next Wednesday through Friday, They put
grandfather Is Gus Brady of Folkston. Ga. over the weekend.Mrs. Feb. 10 12. The Hartmans are '

Gb5'4 Ire I Waycross. Richard Reed of Adrian, Mich.is residents of Danielson, Connecticutt, a simple code most up-to-date telephone
week with her grand- a small town near the Rhode Island ,
,!11b:: :N91i1 spending this followed
state line. Rev. Hartman ministers to
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison. the number
( "t'J"" parents two congregations there.LONGGHAMP by advantages
Madison Street

'Baptist News' to our fingertips, and theY

Our"JOY"Group, or better knownas forwarded.Y
calls
is
Just Older Youth 55 years and up, monthly cost surprisingly -
met Wednesday,'Jan. 27 at 10 a.m. r -
There were thirty-two present in the Now you can leave 1 low:
Madison Street Fellowship Hall. The ,

program Different ways for this to witness month for was the home without missing an So be sure to call yourimportant

Lord". Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lawson 1 HGMES, I Na call. Continental business office
were in charge of the program. ,

'After much fun, fellowship and STAKE' FLOPIDA In addition to Call today for details or

Spiritual was food enjoyed, a covered by all. dish luncheon BUILDERS OF ( USTO: HOMES Forwarding, we're introducing Phone Fair.:

The Joy Group would like to extendan Fop 3O YEARS IN ALACHUADUVAL Continental
invitation to anyone 55 and over to three other helpful Telephone (S:
come and join them at their next UNION ftLAY BAKER
meeting. The group meets on the last
Wednesday of each month at 10 a.m. AND
BRADFORD GCUNTIES
On Saturday the R.A. boys visited a ?

Parakeet Farm in Hampton. Leaders BEFORE You PAY
for the R.A. group are Linnie Spitale, Too MUCH
Ron Denmark and Travis Woods. The
boys enjoyed seeing how the birds are GHEGK WITH Us Walter just before you got
fed and cared for. here had a very important Err..Yes..Darlene
.
WE BUILD I ON YOUr LOT Op OURS call forwarded. Manufacturing..1!

had their .. ou have a client '
'Thursday night the youth name )
Darlene
weekly) bible study at the home of Mr. EPEE ESTIMATES r-----
and Mrs.. Ron Denmark. Those in at .
tendance were: Robin Yeager, Mary FINANCING '" -L /' / .'
AVAILABLE \
Richardson, Angela Epps, Denise '/ .. I -0 \

Weir The, and yough Danny also Hildebran.enjoyed a LOTS AVAILABLE ALSO ACREAGE ,, .,/ :..,:

.
Scavenger Hunt held at the church on 4t

Saturday went to the night.home After of Mr the and hunt Mrs.they An DELUXE TOt7JNH USES FOR! SALE' .. r -r- ( j; t ". .....' ." ,

dy the Refreshments hayride.Jordan were for enjoyed a hay following ride. 2 BEDROOM 1 1)12 BATH .,- o 1 } n lllJjl P; ;; ';'I 'Irs": ,. !


'. ,.', \ .
ADULTS ONLY ", ,'. :. .. .\ ,. ', '. "., ,{" t
Those in attendance were: Monica '
Maslowski, Angola Epps, Barry War STARTING Ar' 4.40QOO :,: ;' ;; r ("Custom Calling Services:. are not available.," in some areas." ) :

ren, Robin Yeager, Kim Sapp, Tricia 1. ., -, ;
t .;. \1 .I
Lawson, Jeff Taylor, Scott Carlile, ,, "
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,. t :\t by Elizabeth Term Henry.Kenneth CLark Sony Austin
Phone 782-33M
9 I Jim Johnson. James mcNeal Adam
t Rosier, Johnetta Tye, Jerome V
; Mrs. Fred Moore visited her son-in- Williams. Chris Brooks, Neil
0\ law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Castleberry James Cox Jeffrey : w.: :l lpi
I Wesley Thomas of Live Oak Thursday Dewberry Rodney Mosley, Kevin :
. of last week. to ,
' Trent Sherman, Melissa Starling Troy :
Hendersonville. NC, and Susan peugh '
Aaron, Tracey Mosley,
returned on Sunay. Their mother, Shawna Reever, Jeyane Ross Jill a i,
Mrs. Eunice Thomas came home with Srickland. Rico WIlliams,- Nlchell w
:,. them her son drove for her and Mrs. Clark Kim Crawford, Jamie Crews
, Moore rode with her daughter Mrs. Lashaum Hampton Michelle Hendrix -

Thomas. .Missy Price.Angela Joiner,Rob
Douglas Wilkerson. of Brooker, Norman Jerome Addison David : ;rl
spent Sunday with his uncle and aunt. Gaskins, Sharon Hamilton, Silas FFi
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Wilkerson and Jenkins David Shine, Corey Strong. ,
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family. Margo Felton Billy Gault Wendee {
Mrs. Ada Mae Peek, of Jacksonville Limy, Kenneth Norman, 4r
visited Mr. and Mrs. Lea Mc- Corey Roberts, Mike Rourke and
Clellan on Friday Jan. 22. Vvunda Strong.
Mrs. Randy Roberts and children
spent last weekend with her grand- ; I j J .i ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry r _.
been r P1k
Gallagher, of Deland. 'Mrs. Alice Hudson has
Mrs. Wayne Hardee and children substituting for Mrs. Lynne Smith in
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the Varying Exceptionalities Class for j
Fred Carter, of Clay Hill on Friday the month of January. Mrs. Smith has
night. been on maturnity leave. She has a lit- _
Friends of Mrs. Bobby Faye Mc- tle girl Courtney Lynn born Dec. 22 __ a
Clellan regret to learn that she will bea 1981. We are expecting Mrs. Smith to ;4 :
patient in Glenn Memorial Hospital, return to school the first week in -Y

Brunswick. GA, for surgery Monday, February.The .
Feb. 8. Our prayers are with her. County Speedball tournamentwill
Miss Debbie Taylor and Klndal) be at our school Friday Feb. 12, 1 vx ar
Mobley announce their engagementas 1982. Teams from the area schools
of Jan. 23 and they will be married will be competing in the tournament.The .
Feb. 5 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. students are enjoying the new ,
Roberts at 7 p.m. All friends and basketball court at the school. All of 't
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relatives are invited. this has been possible by the efforts of -
Mrs. Marcia Taylor spent SaturdayJan. P.T.O. and Mrs. Judy Miscally.We First Row: Wayne E. Douglas Eugene Tanner, Sidney F. Strickland Freeman,Jimmie Cole Drel r,Gerladine Carter Candela. Pauline Gay Tan-
23 until Thursday Jan. 28 with have four school volunteers A.Q. Smith Donald Stern William E. Henderson. (Not'pictured: C.W. ner.Fourth
her brother-in-law an sister, Sgt. and which have been approved by the Slade) Row: Myrtle Padgett Parrish Leslie Alvin Davis June Stokes
!Mrs. M.D. Crapse Jr.,and Michael of Br.dford County School Board. Theyare Second Row: Loretta Kelly Shaw Nancy DuPre McIntyre Lucille Davis. Faye Paulk Andrews Robert Manning! Charles Newmans. Wayne
Hmesville, GA. Mrs. June Griffis, Mrs. Bonnie McRae Nazworth,Agnes Lawson Morar. Katherine Kelly Raulerson,Chlspa Matchett, Thomas L. Smith. Charles B. Kelley Marsha Kay hazes !Martin
Kindal Mobley enjoyed the weekend King, Mrs. Laura Harris and Mrs. Easterling Spitze. Bonnie Clark Seay, Ona Stern Jacobsen. Richard Henderson. Gladys Bundy Thomas Paul Rivers, Ned Prlngle.
of Jan.23 with his children Kindal and Judy Miscally. If you would like to Third Row: Janice Dansby Hall Ann Crosby Prevatt, Ann Johns Fifth Row (1-r): Levy A. Canova Marion Harrington, Vernon Prevatt,
Christina Mobley.Mr. volunteer work at the school, plese Crawford, Norma Morrison Martin. Deloris Gainey Dowling, Frances Dodd Floyd Russell Crosby,
and Mrs. Fleam Starling were leave your name with the school

and Friday daughter-in-law overnight guests Mr.of and their Mrs.son secretary. BHS Class of '54 Holds Its First Reunion. After Just 28 years. . . I

Franklin Sterling and family, of Several activities are in process of
Bryceville.Mrs. being planned for John Hamilton and Members of the Bradford High After a brief welcome he introducedthe reading the"Class Prophecy." Unfortunately Extra copies of the Class pictureare
tile Henry, of Slarke, spent Jerry Gaskins.As these activities progress School graduating class of 1954, with Special Guests: Coach and Mrs. or fortunately for some, few available. Contact Glady Thomas
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. we will be notifying the public. their spouses and guests, gatheredDec. James C. Hobbs (fondly rememberedas had achieved the notoriety pro- at 964-6507.
Lonnie Teston. The next P.T.O. Meeting will be 26, at the Starke Golf and Coun- "JC" to the athletes). Mr. V.R. phecied for them almost 30 years ago.
Mr. James Ellison, of Jacksonville Tuesdar' Feb. 9, at 7:30: p.m. We in- try Club for their first class reunion. Ferguson (Fergie to the farm boys), Pres. Harrington followed up Janice's
and his granddaughter, Loretta parents and friends of the The club banquet area was Miss Della Rosenberg (delightfully presentation with the profound "Last
Koblentz of Jacksonville, school to come. Mr. James Brownlee decorated with seasonal greenery just "Della" now), and Mr. Paul Hut- Will and Testament" which to Sgt. Kirk Hunsiuger
Saturday with petty Officer 1st Class the music teacher will have a speclaiprogram candles and flowers reflecting the chins (Many of the girls recalled the everyone's amusement no longer Receives Rank Promotion
and Mrs. Joe Harris and family. for the meeting.A class colors of silver and blue. The crushes they had on him. 1953-54 was seemed quite relevant and certainlynot
Marine Kirk
Mr. and Mrs. patrick henry spent marionette show "Ruphstilskin"will class flower, white carnation, was his first year at BHS.) very profound.The Sgt. Hunsinger, son of
Sunday with their aprents Mr. and be held for the studnets at 1:30: dominate in the head table arrange- Wayne Douglas, class vice- last item on the program con-. Roderick G. and LaVerne D. Huns
mrs. Charley Mosley of Highland. p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17. ment. president,gave the invocation and the sisted of the presentation of awardsfor inger of Route 3, Box 78. Starke has:
Mrs. Ola Starling spent the The beautification program of the Forty-three classmates were in at steaks were on their way. Much lively the following distinctions: 1)) been promoted to his present rank
weekend with her grandson and school grounds has gotten underwaywith tendance.They came from Ohio,Ken- conversation ensued during the din- Traveled the fartherest Richard while serving with Headquarters Ser-
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Starling anc Coach Steve Acres in charge. tucky, Arkansas, West Virginia ner hour. Henderson (Saudi Arabia); 2)) Most vice Battalion, 3rd Force Service Sup-
family, of Jacksonville. The grounds ahve been planted with Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana and following the dinner (and oldest) children Bill Hender port Group, on Okinawa.
different types of trees which will Immediately Sgt. Hunsinger's wife, Anita, is the
Lawtey School News Saudi Arabia as well as west. east was called by Janice son; 3)) Most grandchildren Vernon
The following students have perfect really look nice in the spring. We urge north and central Florida.An excitingand (Dansby) Hall, class secretary- (Preacher) Prevatt. By vote, Charles laughter of William C. and Alberta D.
attendance for the first semester of the students to walk and run very exhilerating few hours were ex-, treasurer. Those classmates in attendance Kelley received the award for "Most Johnson of Route 2, Starke.

school: Laterra Johnson Robin carefully to avoid stepping on them. perienced by all those attending.Over were asked to respond by in- Changed" and Lucille McRae Naz- .. .. .. .. .. ..
Williams, David Starling, Abram Thanks Mr. Acree. punch and appetizers, the troducing their spouse and relating worth. "Least Changed".
Griff, Shneka Hendrieth, Jason Major Lawtey Elementary will be holdinga familiar phrase, "Oh, you havent't interesting bits of information about Everyone who attended expressedtheir Did You Know...,.......
Scorpio Mosley Glenda Rosier book fair the week of Feb. 8-12 in the changed a bit in all those years (?)" themselves and their families. Eight gratitude to the Reunion Com-
Freddie Crews Michael Elam. school library The fair which offersa was heard repeatedly. Reunion was classmates who could not attend sent mittee for planning the event and Mrs. A.J. Eaves, Mrs. Drew Red-
Patrice Smith, Kwambea Strong, wide variety of children's books. is truly the spirit of the evening. Many thumbnail sketches of themselves. unanimously agreed that another dish and Mrs. Lucille Godwin had
David Wilkerson Evelyn Aldridge open during the day from 9 a.m. 2:3O of this class had not seen each other, These were read by Gladys (Bundy) should be planned for the near future. lunch last Thursday with Mrs. Walter
Michael Becker, Elizabeth Clark p.m. Your child will be bringing home for 27 years.- Thomas as their names were called. Members of the-class-would like-to \V6If in"Jacksonville. Mrs. Wolf will
Alvin ,Jenkins, Terry Berry John the Book Fair News with a listing of Marion Harrington;. prdent Only one member of this class is especially thank Cochairmen; Gladys .,-be remembered as the former -Mrs.
t oooks avaita, ) le. -,-, ,presided as host for clan. venIn f g N. 1 I dece+>Csed-,: Charlotte Tanner1"-? Thomas and Janice Hall.and. Program ,, Geraid-jgoyce while residing in
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program was interrupted bya Faye 'Andrew for" Starke.Mr. .
long distance phone call from Marion all their efforts. Others on the com

Henderson Miller of Harrisburg PA., mittee were: Lucille Nazworth, and Mrs. Steve Kroll the
'who just wanted to let everyone know Kathy Raulerson, Ona Jacobsen, weekend with his spent Mr. and
parents
how sorry she was' that she couldn'tbe Maurice Williams, Myrtle Parrish, Mrs. Robert Kroll in Valdosta, Ga.
there too. Bobbie Strickland, Chispa Spitze and -attended the wedding of his
Frances Freeman Wayne Douglas sister, Susan Kroll to Michael Wether-
As the roll call was concluded, Wayne Matchett and Marion Harr- ington.
WattsA Janice entertained everyone by ington.



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il I Held Over From Last Week .
fJ By Dolores Meng Visitors y
Phone 4681115Woman's Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard of M j 'W. Mosely, pastor Sunday School 10.m. School at Ebezener.
: : Ocala visited her parents, Mr. and By Elizabeth Walker y.. .,,Gospel Sing at 3 p.m. The guest Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.
Club Mrs. Gerald Adkins on Sunday. Phone 9644683 choir Will be the choir from Greater, Church:' The Missionary ladies will
The Woman's Club will Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng and Mr. / Allen i Chapel A.M.E. Church. TheN conduct the program, Sunday 11 a.m.
J: hold their Hampton meeting on Thursday evenIng and Mrs. Francis Meng went South NOTICE: Ruth Court No. 18 Heroine public is invited. Mrs. Holiday will speak. The public in
Feb. 4, at 8 in the City Hall. for the weekend. They visited Mr. and any #111 meet for a monthly meeting Feb. Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist invited.
All local p.m.invited. Mrs. David Wanner and Jeffrey, 3, Wed. in the Masonic Hall on Church: Education Day wll be Volunteers Needed: Sunshine Acres
women Senior are Cltltens Mark and Travis at Orlando Thursday Brownlee Street, All members are''' observed Sunday 'with the Little Is needing volunteers to work witl't't1"fementally '
Ji The Hampton Senior Citizens Club and Friday. Thursday evening 4 asked to be present. Church; conducting services at 11 a.m. retarded in a variety of

will meet on Friday, Feb. 5, at 2 p.m. they had dinner with their brother-in- NOTICE-NOTICE: The American and 6 p.m.Pleasant. areas. Horticulture, carpentry, arts
: in the City Hall. All Seniors are law,Kenneth Stoffer, of Saudi Arabia f sir Legion Auxiliary meeting-Legion Grove United Methodist: and crafts, and recreation. If you
Welcome! who was on a business trip at Lake Post 314 will meet Feb. 2, at 7 pm. Education Day will be observed and .have an office skill you can help BIO.
1; Gratitude Buena Vista. They spent Saturday and the Auxiliary will meet 5 p.m. In ", Mt. Moriah United Methodist ChurchJt If you have time to devote to a truly;
,\ Mrs. Bette Smith wishes to thank and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 4't"' the annex of New Bethel Baptist I congregation will unite in the ser rewarding experience we need you.
i I all friends and neighbors for their McClure, Kasey and Ryan of -- Church. vices. Dinner will be served Immediately Call Bob Larimer (Director) 9647699for
: kindness and help during the illness Tampa. They also visited Mr. and Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S.; Del' after morning services. more information.
and death of her husband, Sylvester Mrs. John Manker and Mrs. May Newcomers to Hampton Baptist Chapter 168 O.E.S. wUl meet Thurs New Bethel Baptist Church: All Funeral: Service for Mrs. I4ree
Smith. Rusha before returning home on Sun Church are the lieu David R. Mac-: day Feb. 11, at 7:30: p.m. in th Baptist Churches in this area will be Garden will be conducted Saturday,
: day. Donald and his family. Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street. AJ] attending the Ministers and Deacons 1 p.m. at Ebezener Baptist Church,;.
...members are asked to attend. Union at Ebezener Baptist Church, with Rev. L. Davis officiating. Haife.,'.
I Held Over From Last Week. Church Activities Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. All Sunday Funeral Home in charge of::pr-; ,
Hampton Baptist New Hope Baptist Church: Rev. L, School students will report for Sunday rangements. L ', ..JMartin j
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Condolence birthday party given in honor of her Has New PastorThe nu____
Sympathy is extended to the familyof fourth birthday on Jan.24 at the homeof
Sylvester Smith who died on Jan. 22 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Reverend David R. MacDonaldhas -
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at the VA Hospital in Gainesville Scoggins. now assumed his duties as Pastorof L Brown M.D.-;:
following a long Illness. Jill and Rob Powers celebrated Hampton Baptist Church and .:
CongratulationsWilliam their 10th and 11th birthdays with a President of Hampton Christian ,
and Connie Muse of Hampton party at their home on Jan. 24. Their Academy. .
proudly announce the birth of mother, Mrs. Linda Powers Brother MacDonald is married and Board Certified In Internal Medicine .:; ;

their baby boy, Brad Edward, born celebrated on Jan. 27. has four lovely daughters. He is a ..;
Jan. 23 at Shands Hospital in Mary Hill celebrated her 10th birth- graduate from the Grand Rapids PRACTICE INCLUDES
Gainesville. He weighed 8 obs. 8 oz day, Jan. 27. School of the Bible and Music in
and measured 20". Grand Rapids, Michigan, with a Internal Medicine Diagnosis & Treatment of Medical Diseases .

Paternal grandparents are Curtis Hampton ElementaryAB diploma in pastoral studies. He also Cardio-Pulmonary Disease Diseases of the Heart and Lungs l
and Frances Muse of Starke. Honor Roll holds both a Bachelor and Masters .
Maternal grandparents are Ed- Report cards went home with degree in Christian Education, with Gastroenterology Diseases of the Stomach and Intestines Diabetes :
ward and Judy Spell of Hampton. students on Monday. Those attaining majors in the field of Christian "
Brad Joins his brother, Shaun, whois A'. and B's for the third weeks counseling and church and school General Practice Participanting physician in Blue Cross Blue Shield
three. grading period were: development.
JoCephus Band Entertains First Grade: Sandra Aviles, Gene During Rev. MacDonald's 18 yearsin Office Located in Union General Hospital
On Jan. 15,JoCephus and The Ghost Blrt, Stephanie Cardin, Cynthia the ministry he has been involvedin
Rider Band played for a Country Canner, Kelly Cribbs, Danielle church building ministry in 496-2323 ::
Western night at the Turkey Creek Hersey, Donald McWilliams, Sarah Michigan and Florida. He also has
Golf and Country Club in Gainesville. Underwood and Crystal Wilson. helped more than 20 Christian Schools
,. The club house was decorated Second Grade: Scott Branham, get started including building two Hours By Appointment .
',' throughout with wagon wheels and Jessica Fisher, Dana Hall,Joey Hall, himself.
.:. hay bales. All the guests were decked David Roberts and Darlene Rush.
out in Western attire. Third Grade: Melissa Byrd and

The band members, Jody, Jerry Amy Hodges.
Sr., and Robbin Wadsworth, PeeWee Fourth Grade: Allison Archey, Cindy '
Byrd and Joel Barber also played in Davis, Rhonell Estes, Sharon Godwin IEAGLE'III' III arc
Williston the following night. Misty Koehler and Jerry '
Jody who is 13 years old now has Loiacano. -i,
been rehearsing with a young groupof 'Fifth Grade: Billy Home, Kevin
musicins in Jacksonville, backing Clark, Marie Long Rob Powers, Cindy '
; up the nine year old recording artist, Frey, Tina Branham and Quinton Save up to;
Miss Michelle Keeble of Jacksonville. Ford. .
Visitors Sixth Grade: Judy Cowger, Mindy ;
Richard Smith of Wilmington, Vt., Hersey and Cassandra Fisher. 0 bolo EVER'lCUTI
flew back to his home on Sunday after Seventh Grade: Tammy Peeplesand t3a I
( spending a week with his parents,Mr. Sean Smith. .;
and Mrs. Sylvester Smith. Fifth graders listed as having W 49
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Fitzpatrick and perfect attendance for the first
family of Tampa spent the weekend semester of school are: Billy Horne,
with his mother, Mrs. Viola Lefebvre, Jimmy Long, Kevin Clark, Marie
and the Edward Spell family. Long, Michele Wood, Polly Woods, n; T on sale thursday, frlday & Saturday! I
Birthday Party Rob Powers, Robert Moorhead, Terri Starke Store Only :"
April Scoggins was entertained at a Kennan and Timmy Slater.
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of the Week -Dawn Robinsondid These ladies give of their time so I .: .
a still life in crayon. willingly and add so much to the u i'. '.
)!\ Report cards went home Monday, areas they assist in. .
January 25. We welcome
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PTO Valentine Dance-Feb. 12 from anyone who would Ike to serve the
7-10 p.m. in the BMS gym. Admission Middle School in any Capacity. We'
wilt be Jl. No students above Middle have many outstanding teachers and
I school age will be admitted. programs from which to choose an "..-- Q O i .
The week of Feb.7.13 will be School area you would be interested in work- TpEATMENi ,
Volunteer Week as designated by ing. Parents of BMS students, this aaeTOOa
Gov. Bob Graham. We wish to take would be a good way to get to know( r ,
this opportunity to thank our BMS our school in a close up way. Call us in 12 OX. QUMOUT '." .
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volunteers, Mrs. Doris Sandberg and the office and give us the opportunityto CARBURETOR

Mrs. Regina Burkhalter. show your around. CLEANER ,.

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t!' see their mother, Mrs. T.L. Wain- MATCHING WEB 7SLBS.HTH 15 OL STP OIL SETS, METRIC AM/FM DIGITAL SCOTTIE8
Mistake Last Week Kindle and
wright on their way to their class reu- CHAISE WITH DRY CHLORINE TREATMENT OR STANDARD CLOCK RADIO FACE TISSUE
Christina MOBLEY of Baldwin not 1393 ,
nion in Starke on Saturday afternoon.Mrs. POURPOSmONS 65% chlorine Get STP T With '
granular the oil tr.atWERE.a81t. snooz alerm'8 200 counttlO".
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NOBLE spent Saturday with their Mabel Boyette mother of Col.! WAS 443 formula for pool meet habit. It's #II ::.. 68 3 a solid slat circuitry. -. 'and aD P 'ti' +
f, Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Wm. Wilson went to Dr.
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Camp and Bryan. Tom Edwards of Jacksonville for an ...c;
1 Deepest Sympathy of the Community eye check up.
is extended to Mrs. Britt Rosier Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and!
and Rosier families because of the Mrs. Jack Estes, attended the 977 41
death of Mr. Britt Rosier. Brandford-Union Retired Teachers i'' I I 'i+l 1 r \t;
Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her meeting at the Steak House in Starkeon 3046MEN'S M 'sdoz A'I
sister, Mrs. C.E. Strickland of Thursday, a '' 's h ms
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Gainesville, Monday until Wednes Mrs. Wendie Smyth of Jacksonville l CORDUROY + d i ii

day.Sgt. flew down to the Bahamas for a few JEAN ASST.cotton. 1 lp f .: : ,t szI
and Mrs. Mike Crapse Jr., are days and will be back Sunday. I i IIII ;L '. ia6.; :7w 9 s
the proud parents of a son, Michael Mrs. Rosier Reddish and Mr. and! 1 Ruppad polyaNar corduroy/* t ,i'*, I { t'I ,v I ni AI CA ui
David born in Memorial Hospital, Mrs. Cecil Crawford attended ser E ,
: tytod wen our pock- .. : ', Fitt Iju
Hinesville, Ga., on Monday, January vices at Evergreen Baptist Church i all. bn loop, boot cut sf ; < ":;. 'L do ,
t. IRth. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. and on to Macclenny and had dinner II 1 or straight togs. SoHd. + ,. y ': } i.r
.. Cecil Hardee visited them the first and then went to see their aunt, Mrs. | to mrT a 38-34. 1 d ,
part of the week. Kizzie Chism and Mrs. Thelma 7j i .d 1i
Out of town guests for Mr. Britt Wilson at the Baker Nursing Home on .-
:. Rosier's funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon. i _
: Bill Scott of Apopka Mrs. Margaret Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crouse will fly to( I I /I 1 N :, a
I Garrett of Bay Springs and Mr. and
Cridersville, Ohio to spend the next
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Mrs. Randy Rosier of
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weekend with their parents, Mr. and
;, Mr. Ray Rosier, went to Dr. Wm. 1 'I ,
Mrs. Wm. Crouse. It is their 55th wed '
J Evans of Jacksonville on Thursday. ding anniversary.Mr. 1 1 881 88 *) YOUR LADIES'
f 1 41 9M CHOICE
He is to go to Memorial Hospital and Mrs. Wayne Hardee hosteda I I r'' : VELOUR 783
Jacksonville Tuesday or Wednesdayof birthday party for their daughter, { WEREJ0.89' WERE.31:88 WERe,14.a8 MOM WERE UP TOjMtf TOPS "t
this next week possibly for surgery. Karen Sunday afternoon at their i I WERE JO.MEN'S .Off'
on NYLON WARMUP FAMOUS
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sister, Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. guests present. I \ 1 100H water-rapellent Cotton/poly velour w/- Acrylic chenlll knit Asat. long and short ACRYUCOSWEATERS
Thelma Wilson at Baker many lovely gifts. They served cake, I \,' nylon with snap front, 2 rlbbad cuff wait 2 pullovers In handsome aleew l poly/cottons, .0
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Home at Macclenny on Wednesday Rev. and Mrs. DclBert King and : WERE u..elilt-

afternoon.Mr. family were Sunday dinner guests of
Earl Denmark of Jacksonville CANNON.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee.' Af
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Rev. Bill Salter and his son Jeff,of
Saturday afternoon. Marion, Va., returned home Monday r"-
Henry Hodges and Mark attendedthe after spending sometime with his
Stock Car Races at Lake City on sister Mrs. Erion Kelly and their '
Saturday night. friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jim llaga and! r !1 LJa
Mr, and Mrs. Dave Kelly and sons, famUy. ,. ,.w..,...
Justin and Brahnon, of Jacksonville Deepest sympathy of the community -
Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Kelly and Mr. is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Doss 1
and Mrs. Johnny Torode, of Starke Higginbotham Mrs. O.J. Anders Mr.S.eslie '

Mrs. Jeanette Troxell and Mrs. Pat Sweat, children and grandchildren MraOa 't, Mbdta Era *r-Mat 2 Pen by Piper-
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:Yep, Bradford High School agonized season? Yes, you can. These kids are 11 lPII" 11.<"
through an 0-10 football season this winners." ', .. ..... '.
Fn,'the first all-losing season in theschool's Varsity award winners for BHS ."AI -
: glorious football history. But were headed up by senior Bruce
ydu couldn't tell that by the crowd at Rehberg, who received the Ronnie rhCHT :;
last Thursday's All Sports Club BUS Allen Memorial Scholarship from !erm EP : V DOES
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j Pflftttoall Banquet. Debbie Allen and the Outstanding '
SAn overflow crowd squeezed into Defensive Linemen award from Sex- ; \.t ;
Ube Starke Golf& Country Club, some ton. The scholarship award means
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after waiting 5-10 minutes outside forseats $1,000 towards his education if
to come open, for the annual Rehberg chooses to go to college.
Banquet: honoring BHS players and "Bruce is a hard-working young man _
: eerleaders. and a real leader," said Sexton.

couldn't Guest help speaker but notice Bobby not Bowden only the Sexton also gave the Most Improved ..., ._, _r"f' .' '
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:Crowd. "Man, this tells you something King. "He worked hard in practice, : :;: ,<<.. .
Bowden in each ballgame, and it ) !
fcbout your program, gush- improved '
lad as he started his banquet speech. paid off for him, Sexton said of King, :'t. .:.
You didn't have a good year but yougot who went from benchwarmer to one ,
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t this many at your banquet. Man of the outstanding offensive linemenon l '!:,':", .' .},
Jbat's great!" the team in the 11-week season. .


I Bobby Bowden : "People who succeed are peels rN

pie who overcome adversity. I ; t ,' '((1'yt : -'; ., I
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S After a finger-licking good Hurse passed the Outstanding Of- 'I' T_ .' ,. ,,

:4>arlecue chicken plate Bowden was fensive Back award to senior wideout A ; : '
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introduced by All Sports Club President Clayton Norman, saying Clayton ;. :'
?Bobby Shannon, complete with "didn't have the best speed but he had !. .
Shannon's best rendition of a great hands. He was consistent and .t. : I
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Seminole war howl.The 'Mole football dependable. ..&.alO:.. ." --...._. -- a. -- --- -
boss then created some more howls, Carlton Faulk, the offensive line
the laughing kind, with his banquet coach of the past 2 years who now Top Tornado Award Takers... ,
Jokes, and talked about the great coaches at Middleburg, came back These 5 players, all seniors, received the outstanding) er award lit last sue 111'11Il'lIIorhll! Scholarship; and Hill Shannon, Outstanding OffensiveI
things football brings to young men. for the banquet and presented hardworking Thursday's All Sports Club banquet. ,ineman.The .
s ) Billy Shannon the Outstanding They are left to right): Clayton Norman the Oustdiulinj Offensive Hack; Io'llhlinlTornado!'!! banner III Hit bat'k-I'olllut.|: tomplele with inline
5 {:Parents, you're wise to let your Offensive Lineman honor Brian Thomas Outstanding Defensive Bark: Harry King :Most Improved; and number of all (the pl.i>ers was designed h>' Mrs, Kcverl.v Malhewn and'
Ion?play football, you really are," Faulk, who first said "I loved it Bruce RehlH.>r the Outstanding Defensive Lineman and recipient of the Iton- the cheerleaders
Bowden told the crowd in his here," echoed Hurse's statement that
:Alabama drawl. "Even if you make "they never gave up. That's
(straight A's and B's in school you've something I'll never forget" He cited
*otto be able to compete when you Shannon as a player "who started out Carver talked about the "special feel- and varsity coaches was James players who quit and then the injuries some people who would rather go
;et"out in the real world. American not liking to run but he learned to likeit ing" cheerleading had given her Balkcom, who served as an assistant wiped out all but about 6 or 7 players home and sit around than work at n.
eople are competitive," he said, and lost about 30 pounds. He never "I've got a bunch more sisters now, trainer whenever his work schedule who were on the starting chart before We need you ( the players> for one
stressing the world competitive. "It's complained." and two mothers I didn't know I had allowed it. "These boys taught me last Spring's drills started," Hurst- hour and 45 minutes each day alter
.o important for young men to learn Secondary Coach Mike Hartley with Barbara and Mrs (Beverly things I didn't know," Mr Balkcom noted. "But the kids who stopped in school if )ou're not tied down with a
*; o compete. If you're a quitter, if you passed the Outstanding Defensive Mathews), and I feel like all the foot said, did the best job they' could. We just solid job or playing another spoil
Jjon't get up when you get knocked Back award to Brian Thomas, a ball players are my brothers too," Student trainers Bobby Epps, Dana didn't have the number of good
down, you won't make it. People who senior he called "a quiet leader, and Vickie said. Dyal. who helped !Head Trainer athletes. You can look at allt I he sports Parentsou need" to encourage your
jjucceed are people who overcome one of the hardest hitters around" JV cheerleading sponsor Debbie Bradey Greathouse, manager John and see we're just physically: right kids to lake part.
adversity." Hartley said the defensive backs Bigham also was given an award by Stanwix-IIay, and ballboy Tommy now Look at the basketball team Or
"suffered from the injuries more than the JV girls after introducing her Balkcom were also thanked for their stop by a weightlifting meet! You'II Still on t the subject of next year
5,He brought the message close to anybody else I think and I appreciate team and reading a self-written poem help during the year: see we just don't have the physical Hurse said tri-captains have already)
home when he said the Tornadoes of the hard work of the kids who had to about the girls' spirit. Both the varsi- As has been tradition, jackets were specimens we've had in the past." been named for that learn Dale
(his year, after suffering through a step up. They did a good job" ty and JV groups thanked Mrs. passed out to first-}'ear lettermen, Hurse also cited enrollment figures Buchanon, Emmett Watkins and
aimless season but still holding their Mathews for helping all during the gold footballs were given to those"pJayWs which show the BITS student body is KermVrighl., Mere the players named
'tead, high had learned much about year. 'and cheerleaders who didn smaller than nearly all the schools the All three will be seniors "This is
l .'You men know what it Is to lose Coach Sexton: "Can JV and, 9th grade coaches: Rick- mtbs a single) ,gracli !:, and ,pen and,, Tornadoes; pla>. But. despite all that the first time wove done this." Hurseiiilct
llrij (efback and Comeback again.kaapJCIPr Stevens and Lanier Cljalt introduced pencil gets / WereW, : llling ,on the.. he,assured I u tepersVVe: will JUebdik,, !jAll!; t lliiut} have. In-eu out siiue ..
;::: yott.bpys..P ropy,.{...you al' ,07.10_and.111 be," "'1-, 'thQse1 W'O' squntia) :"''J'tfl'ody."+'tr ho saw St"---: .IJ;:_""" ....., ,V"'u" ,'PAM. M Would: boa, gond/outball learnb: ;tt.' ifit'ir.Ju, >sbman.sear and w(>'n' l'uun"f., .
v
ucceed"art,people who ,overiorirt"adversity. .winners Yes, .you can these kids knows they put on a show," --..-- .;...- _. -: -- _- r,. _._ '_" I tlnl-'on'llwm to start showing leadership N
." These kids are winners" Stevens said of the ninth grade that .. .. now not vailing for next je.irHe ,"
2 Tornado Head Coach David Hurse went 4-2 and the sophomores who cCoach'llurse: "We will be back. We could be a
$Uer said that the 1981 Tornadoesweren't ) were 4-4 "since we're goona count gSod football team next also said the weightlifting
year. workouts are vitally important. The
quitters by any means. Santa Fe as a win the Haiders-BHS
When I think back on 1981 the first All the varsity players were game was cancelled because of a emphasis on wetghtlilt ing luis been/ ,
t thing I'll remember about this group recognized. The cheerleaders were scheduling conflict). "They ought to criticized by' people outside the program
fc not going to be that you didn't win a also, with sponsor Barbara Brown doing give you something to look forwardto. Hurse's recap of the 1981! season year" recently I but Hurse said itwasn't
game." the BHS coach said. "I'll the honors before the girls took They're winners now and they'regoing centered around two factors that One of (the factors in that promise just t coincidence that this
remember what gutty kids you were. the podium to present Mrs Brown to stay that way." Stevens also decimated the club -- injuries and corning true is the amount ol dedication \ year'steam, u weak one l IW past
This team never quit." with a plaque and pass out poster- thanked the parents "for supportingus defections.: He said It starters missedat b>' the athletes Hurse said later, weightlillmg standards also sulleied
I Whenit came his turn Defensive board remembrances with at home and away games. That least one ballgame due to injury)'. o more injuries than most of tIpllst\
Coordinator! Mike Sexton added, "Can cheerleading camp photos to each really meant a lot." And that was after7 would-be starters "The problems ahead are more II1t the BUS teams" "Slrenglh helps ,1\'ulllll1-
5,9AWinnerand have an 0-10 girl. Senior cheerleader Vickie A man who was thanked by both JV chose to not play football. "The mind than anything else, Wt"got' juries, he said.

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;3U3ar4 Win Over.Live Oak

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A ache fcng. ftixvp-gave them':lust i leadtngBHS S on the boards with 11 rebounds -
ne gam tjj; k.!but Bradford k ,,Queenie did It," Lee said
igh's does;.trade good "She-can.. ,really play when she wants
se .... vWcoming isomeroad- to." '
a a BversUy top Suwannee _High's
ir 47 4 in Uve Oak Monday night. Jackson popped in 19 points (2
jut BHS at 9-5 with 4 games under her average) before exiting
with the mystery fifth foul while
the, season.
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: Tracy Hankerson and Vonda Kay
h Iwin over'a, Live Oak team Hall canned 9 points apiece and chipped 4
1/1.lUor 6-9 under, former BHS in with 7 and 6 rebounds respec-
tively. Lorraine Bass added 6 points 1
la (' and coach Malachi Henry the
_.d, .Tornadoes had to survive what for BHS. _
:oach Gayle Lee called some home'fQ.lrtng' The teams flip-flopped the lead
by', the Suwannee High before Bradford worked out to a
lie ekeeper. Lee said Live Oak was point advantage with about 3
given 2 extra time outs and BHSleading minutes left in the game.A Tr __
scorer Hope Jackson was scheduled Tuesday night game at
gfreVi an extra foul, making her exit Buchholz was moved back to Wednesday s1fth1 r
the game with 5 fouls in the fourth Feb. 3, and BHS returns home to
f eriod. "It was terrible! and the ref's play District 5-AAA leader
.aid.they couldn't do anything about Gainesville High School (14-4)) Thurs-
I$':Lee said. day: night, Feb. 4, at 7:30.
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3 Despite all that BHS came out on .-,... Ad. ,.. If, M.. _. t. ..... .. _...
lop thanks to the spirited play of II.R t, ,
8u'Jd' >: Queenie Berry. The senior s..d rn14Iau
ltYed pickpocket against the Uo.II It 4 II 17 ,; 44r..i.4..n
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t Three Seperate. Races Brewing in Stark Men's Basketball Loop \




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There was three separate dOgghts 8 points or betterby hitting for 22. Jim ;

f in the Starke Men's Basketball Lewis added 17, Gene Raulerson 15,

League as the season went over the and Jimmy Thomas 10 for the win-

halfway point.Jackson's ners while Keith Walko hit 20 and 6

Building Supply and the Jody Beggs 16 for the losers. !

I Hawks are fighting for the top spot The Hawks survived at slow start to .
both have 7-1 records after winning top the Telegraph 62-33 as Christy 1'I

\ twice last week. LWCI and the Die Chandler canned 18 points and D. '

Hards are fighting it out for third Jackson 14. Terry Hayes had 10 for : :JY if; i:{ ( 1
both holding 4-4 marks. And the the Telegraph. ; "r"'J" :

Telegraph and St. Edwards Churchare Jackson's kept its winning string r

squaring off to escape theleague's going with a 78-69 decision over LWCIas
bottom rung both owning 1-7 Curtis White drilled home 32 pointsto "(,,''.I}I, I, t"i'd" ,'. :"..." '," 'II :::i('.' !,1$!:.:
offset inside ': :i),!!" .. (" : : ',;
marks. a 34-point night byLWCI's ; ,; ,, ; : >;: /:
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Ken Life. Eddie Dyal added ', : : -'''+.1.'.;'.i'i"',:;; ,: ': \\,1".w" "" :
18 for the winners and Bruce Jackson !. ",, \
White Cans 36, Life 33 : I : :. :,
14. Ron Moore hit 10 for LWCI. ; '
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Curtis White drilled in 36 points and ,1: ,

Ken Life 33 to highlight play Monday Men,'.k. IIWCI ), : "' : ;;/' :'. .i( /. :

night at the BMS gym. ((79))l III. M. Oo{|l.. .. lool", .. Knlfkt II.Artomoii '" ,, 'I'''c'_' 'V.. ijh'r..', /. ,)Ir'. "if I
White's point production helped 10 Willi..... 1. Pork'In. 1.TUIOHAPri "r .f.!II' .. .\. :" : <;{:;i. ,
U Oroudoffl 10 N.y. 10. Koohlor J. 1 ; .
I Jackson's slide by the Die lIards6556.f' Hllll.rd 1, ....n..l( ) Trllgpori{. M.... 1.JACK10MI )Yli1 : .."...1. '1''" ', .1 '1 ,j,, :
; Bruce Jackson added IS and Sam + ii "
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t' Sibley 11 for the winners while Drew ({il) J.....ll l.. Whll. M. tlbl Ie r 11.Than. 1LJ! ... .;" : :.':> : !!! '
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Barry had 14 and Jimmy Thomas 12 \ : ''' I'' Ii
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_. MHcholt Doitmork t .
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for the losers. G.I_. 5. *.... M, ........ 1. Monitock I. .oi>..... I. ( &:I\":,";/''t ';'. ', 11'
i Life's big game came for LWCI in a "''I ."", f..
; 79-34 victory over the Telegraph. HAWKS ( 4)t) C. ChonJIor 12 M. Chondlor II. .. : 'YP I'.,'":', ':':':::,;-
Chondl.r' .. .. at,. 10, 1. Honkorior) II W.Jontlnl' 10 I ... ., '
t Helping LWCI were Alterman with 19 \: ,,
D. J.. ..n I. A, Common. t, N. Chondlor 4. "
( and Charlie Knight with 10. For the IT. IDWAJtDI ((41)1) O'N..III. togl M Wolko II. 1IIUItIf. 1/;
i., Telegaph Mark Graudons and Terry Mil I. : ;!
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i',' Hayes scored 10 apiece. ,ot" Jon. 1* ,-..W''MX.! .. .. ,"''of ....,;. .< < The Hawks doubled the score on St. Dll MAIM (to)l Then,.. 10,Mltcholl. ....1._. II, ..nevJYtilll
Edwards 84-42 as 5 players scored in ........ I, _....... 5. Golitoi' I. L....,. 17. .."1 II. Diehards St. Edwards for Possession...
Scrap
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ONool *, Wlhm 1, .. U.
double R. Hankerson had IT. IDWAIDI ((11)1)
..1, figures. 18 Wolko JO. Mil I. Possession is nine-tenths of the law on a basketball court too but it's hard to With eyes on the ball are, rrom lelt to right: Darrrll O'Neal; ; Jinvn>" i I
: Chris Chandler 13, Mike Chandler 12, Thomas, Mark Mitchell Drew Barry Gene Kaulerson! ?3
"J'} .. tell who's got the ball in this action from the Diehards 79-34 win over St. Edwards Jody Keggs.!
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and and Jenkins .
Raymond Blye W 10 HAWKS2)i( ) C. Ch.ndlo. II. O. Ch idk r 2 *"
I each. The church team was led by Choriolor 2. at,.5. I. SIP 1 ..W.Jonklii.' .D.Jock... Church in men's basketball play Monday. and Doug Bass. .,.Ji /tat:
Darrell O'Neal with 18 and 14 1. D..,ll 1, N. Ckw dl..0, .,
:! Jody c un0b9
TI1IOIIAPH (,,). .. Cubbodoo" ). J. lotinorl i,
Beggs and Keith Walko with 11 Oroudoni, Moyoi 10. J.h.... I, Imlrli, 2, Colllnf .. IIADINO SCOIIKSby
apiece.. ( ........4|._a minimum. .) ,. "*
JACKIONI ((71)) .. Jock.. I'. Dyol II While 11 S. 1))Curtll' Whit.(Jockioil'l) ]4 0Km I
Theme. 1, llbloy f. flnhugh I. 2)) III.(LWCI) H4 Sonics Bullets On Top In Youth Leagu '
Friday, Jan. 29 LWCI (Mil)I til. Y. 0...'.' '. AII.._. o, Knight 4. 3))DOT nil O NM!('1. .4........) > it.I ,
In action last Friday all three Mo.. 10. ProMly" {. Span .. ')14dl.(>yol(Jock..'.) ,,'I' | 18 nly

( games were close for the first half STANDINGSJ.knn.Sld. llrucoJockior. Ch.l.C..4'. <(JockMn'i'..(H..h) ) MO ISOnd Smallfry ActionThe Isaac Montgomery in a 57-51 win over '. 'InC
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before the winners took control after 7)) W.d. J. 27 '
Jody LpSt. Idwotd.
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Supply 71Ho ) MlAltormonlWCI I Sonics 4 times the
won more to 76ers Thursday. lunt4, I.
intermission. ...k. '.1 f) ( ) ., 111 KMICKI' ((12)1) W. Chondlor 10 Duncan 0 .
DI.Moid 4-4 ')Mlk.Chdl.,(H..h) |Jond .< stretch their undefeated mark to 8-0. Montgomery also had 24 against the .. Jocliion I, IhoHlold .. "'
l The Die Hards broke out of a 26-26 LWCI 44Tolooroph D.....lorry(Olo Hard) II,' Harold Chandler continued as the Celtics, who were led by Stanley NUCGITt(It)l M, lono 10, lawn 0. Cray o,-llyo'tti, : :
tie to run past St. Edwards Church 11))Jimmy. Thomoi Dlo Hardi ..,,01.... 0. ,A...*'|
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... big gun for the league leaders pumping Brown ((32), Cecil Jackson. ((20)), and
90-53 as Drew led 6 with St. Idword. 1-7 11))M. O.udun.T.I.rsph( ) ., r'tDOCKITS
Barry players 11.' -
in 38 points in a 52-26 win over the Isaac Simmons (14). ((22)), 5. I. Jockion t. O. ",..eI. 10 1. Dun-,.
f. Knicks after scoring 21 in a 29-22 win The Celtics using balanced scor- cant, .. Ily.SONICS .. '
(li) H. Chondlor 21, J. *o...on 0. P, c..1'V.'
over the Rockets that stopped a winning ing had dealt losses to the 76ers .
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R. '.d.... 2. P. Mark. 0. > ..*,(.
streak by the losers. Rocket Don (74-48)) and Lakers (70-52)) to stay

Tornado Wrestlers 4-8 for Year nie Francis canned 10 points in that within 2 games of the league-leading J' AGUI lOXSCOKIS CMf.1.I 4 In.r> <"

; loss.' Bullets. In the 2 Celtic wins Troy Por- 'u...,.... 1 stM.IU1LI1S : ..I
The Rockets came back to bomb the tis had 39 points, Cecil Jackson 36, (Sill I. Simmon.. W .. Hood '. J. ., ran| I
Nuggets 42-39 as Eugene Blye popped.. and Stanley Brown 33. .. Coh.... 2, I. Mon'......" 14. <. ..
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S, Irown 32,, I I. llmrnbnr
Jockion 20
CELTICS ((72)1) C
in 21 points and Roy Shane Jackson 15 The 76ers notched their second victory .>
14. .. Jochian .. ** "
; :For District Crown against 10 points by Pedro Carter and whipping the Lakers 65-58 as .- eeof7lorl
Try SaturdayBradford 9 by Marvin Lane of the Nuggets.. Chris Robinson scored 20, and Levi (Iii), C. '. lnlOn 10. .. Mllcnoll 14. AII. WIIIortj) ;
.. .. .
thane L. Simmons 14.
The Knicks outscored i the Nuggets Simmons 16 for the winners. .yLAKHS
(SI)i .. Jockion 1.. C. HankorMn U. I,rl Ldny, .
32.29 as Willis Chandler hit for 20 Big scoring outputs for the week included I Id I. Hampton. T!

High's wrestling Tor. points for the winners. Eugene Blye's a 32-point barrage by Shawn IaJuThur. .;; .,
nadoes lost a home-mat finale to class 13 and 10 by Marvin Lane led the Jackson of the Lakers and totals of 31 .. J.. 70it .l :
ULLITI L. Stamen. I*. I. Hood 20,, l".r9i>
(I'll) lcIgomory \
4A Lake City 50-20 last Friday but losers. and.28 for Simon Mitchell of the 76ers.IMALIMV '12. J. Johnion .. '

that and the 4 win 10 loss regular 74oro((11)1) C. Hobln.on 1' C. Jackton .. .. MlfcboJI 1'1.ern
season, is the past. The present is now Jr. League Play OXSCOIIH A. Wllllomi o. .. Lono 0. 5. Thamol I. : '

Saturday's upcoming Distict IV tour Led by the scoring of Levi Simmonsthe Mon. Pob. ((70)1) C. Jockian 14, Irown 17. '. ..yPUuCELTICS .J.?.
nament at Gainesville Buchholz. The SNICKS(26)( ) W. Chondlor I, J. Sown 4, *. Zurlluh 0I .
I I1A first-place Bullets won twice more ... JoxliM.il 10 I. ShoHlold, .. T. Pen" H. i'.1!
future is Regionals and then maybe last week to stretch their winning IONIC' ((57)1) H. Chondlor W, P, C.....!, .. '.d....4.P. LAKIM ((92)1) .. Joekun Si. I. M.ng.m.r7"H.nk.non '. ,..f...
0. .. Ahrldgo' 0, L. Hampton 0STANOINCS
State for the wrestlers who can .streak to 6.Simmons'. Mo*. 1.IOCKITI. 1..1'
qualify past this weekend's 6-team bombed in 1i:"
a 50 points to WC'SuU.n
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tournament. ((41)i) R. .. J.k... IS, D. Fronds 1, (. ?.- .
lead his club to an 84-72 win over the ; rs"C.
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II. II.NU9GIIa7)t
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The top 4 wrestlers in each weight U.
C iti after in 19 ,
togo
Tuesday popping P J.
) J4In.rr1,9r.y o CotlorIO.
4 ..
IM1' 1 crass go from District to Regionals. ,r{ '. 'with,?O by Bernard Reed apd2by;. ,, .....,..1..' ',lokon.... -" '.- ..'*. .. ...:l'.I...;. .
.n !
And the top 4 at Region whiciv will be ,"
a'yrrwi! 43'N '.... "J. ',,"" u' .. -'", r'- .
held Friday and Saturday. Feb. 12-13 Pr : gD.72.1ryIDU i!

at Lake !Mary High School near Sanford .

il J are ticketed on to the State :'tu.nJO:

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tourney Feb. 19-20 at Ft. Myers. r ro 0. -- '' 1 -
I Live Oak-Suwannee is the big prohibitive : dAJJ.t

favorite to win Saturday'steam :. .rn'JdbaJ v

competition. "No doubt aboutit Green Goes for State Again... DY'S .
," agreed Tornado Head Coach Cole EP .
Billy Green (in white), the senior Tornado wrestler who has already gone to to :
Childtrs. "GHS and Buchholz
are probably the state meet twice leads the BUS squad into Saturday's District tournament TM
number two and three but we
\, at Buchholz.
could be there." Eastside and Santa
up Green is trying to qualify for Region and then State at the 116 pound weight d. 81\1
t. Fe two teams Bradford handled in class. ,
II,. dual meets round out the field. #' )I IJJC

'\ Wrestling starts at noon with the consolation 108 after wrestling up at 116 Chuck District Favoritesand :r 3 31 'tv

4 finals set to start at 6:30: and Goodowns at 116 improving junior ( won lost records) '"- 't>:I'' qo .10 "aDIf
(, the championship matches at 8. Curtis Jones at 129 Roland Cofemanat It really 1 .t-l"t 2101i93 1t3 1392 I
fr Individually BUS has at least four 101- Larry Carwise (Suw.) 16-1, pI'P"'n.Q.ea Qnld2liwt.n .LT
148, Teddy Bresee (4-4-1 record) at '
TOM PIERCE (BHS) (14-2-1).
wrestlers who could take it all in their : ,vi.2 )ounce noltat (
170, Stephen Spell at 188, David
I weight divisions. Junior 134-pounder los John Kushner (GHS) 15-0, Ray biolboiS dt of
Michael McDuffie is the top seed Frazier at 223 and freshman Donald Daniels (SF) 101. L : : : tnoml
( favorite) in his weight division but Thornton (5.8 record) at unlimited. 116Williams ( East) unbeaten f[: tO'tt Vt r gotq

just barely, over Buchholz' Michael Pierce McDutlie Saucer and BILLY GREEN (BHS) 11-5. our sa'lad, bar.bno f-HA/MZa be {tots

; Bryant, who split matches with Green were the only winners against 122- Cutter ( East) unbeaten twolod bio u ,;).b

4I I McDuffie this season. BHS also has Lake City last week. Barney Wainwright (Suw.) 16-2. : I : ,.';)D O. r

I the favorite at 141 with senior Larry 129- Kenny Feagle (Suw123.) :: .rtt to mbo bno 1 tiowHtioH ..l' I\f
::1 I Saucer. 136- MIKE MCDUFFIE (Biisrjs-2' i 10 tn.; 9 til r> lot lo .bl< rituoZ no "''Of;

A pair of Tornadoes garnered second U oCiyfO.H20! Michael Bryant (Buch) 13-1. orit bno T.l ..... noitMc: ni (XagnoSt 1wHr
seeds at last week's coaches 101Plliei (IMS) ..... Compboll. 21-2 10*. ekes ((1C) 142- LARRY SAUCER (BHS) 11-3-1. t .)II "J ,tftu02 ql nwoT
pin Nugonl 4:11 I IM .... 4
: McOonold ((1C) do/ CIeooIo. I, W2 /f3l1to 9f4et :
meeting. Tom Pierce is number two '10.2: 111.CHIN (IMS) won terror Uf, rote (IC) pin U9Larry Hart (Suw,) 15-0. Rick .A h'0
.. 4.A .mt00-T8T01.31D l < 0.\1
Jo. HetztGHS( ) 15-0. ', t
14 1U.
at 101 and senior Billy Green a state : McDUMII (INS) pin TboiMl liOOl 141.SAUCH
(INS) doc.De.,01., .. 'I : I. dJp .b gtnUO::> biotboiflbno 1fT
meet qualifier twice already, is .. I .11 140Portor((1C)pin 159Sidney Henderson (Buch) 123. .
Colomon l>14: 'III. lullor ((1C) pin Wright, .29 170. t ,No ; eninnDI t InoS
r 171- Spike Vera (Buch) 10-1.
number two at 116. .,. .
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Shoppord ((1C) do II"I, Johnion ((1C) pin b o laubnoi: Illwlo moos
The rest of the BHS lineup has Spoil .EMI 111.: Bunion ((1C) /.I.451, UnlPollltt 189James Boone (GHS) 15-0. ,. 'I.ri O ho.tf llduqw
freshman (IC) pin' Thornton 1:17.JW. : 223- Donnie Allen (Suw.) 180. u "-,: ,
Timmy ..... I,,
Nugent moving """" .t.
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DAVIS
(5147)( ) pin< l.h. 121OMIN Unl- .
Wayne Jenkins SF Rus-
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down 14-1. '
to his accustomed spot at (IMS) pin Young "Ot.I V"'uo' :) .lft "I.m OL:TIl'
ty Watson (GUS) 13-2. _} 1m nbitf' M03s

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The Bradford High JV's Tornadoes the field against the Panthers. Ai .,It ..b1u.J

i continued to look good in spots and Steve Marshall was also in double :)

hustle from end to end but they also figures for Bradford in the ,t'1
continued ,' 't15, "f0 + "F v ynl"tM ,:tit
lose
to last week as Palatka Gainesville game with 14 while Tom Lovers 'i
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and GHS scored lopsided victories to Johnson Cxio
added 6 and Sam Norman 5. Can Join '
drop BUS to 0.13.Gainesville Johnson had 7 Tuesday with Wade .. .. 4. .. ., aq fAMl'
jolted the Baby Tornadoes Pelham Mike Clark and Calvin Starke Club .n1w2;
: 102.51 last Friday and Palatka Davis all contributing a bucket .0
The Starke Gator Quarterback Club I'
toped BHS 60-35 Tuesday night. apiece. will be enlisting new members im-. 01
Chandler had big nights "Wade and Calvin hustled their after the QW.P&GREFN W7>>
mediately Thursday night,
(I-: scoring-wise both nights ,
out using ends off
rear tonight JV coach Rick Feb. 18, Club Banquet with Gator.: ,
crisp passes from John David Francisto Stevens said after Tuesday's .,
ring up 24 points against GHS and game. Coach Charley Pell. ",. ,. J1;
"They got a chance to playa lot and Gator fans who attend the banquet *'
20 more against Palatka. He hit 9 of,13,. they gave it their best.' and who would like to join theStartfg -' : : -I7ff

QB Club can talk to club officials that --

night and sign on. A meeting will be; .
Sports Calendar ,i planned for shortly afterwards to MIAFAL.

reorganize decide meeting time and :)

Thursday ...eb.mls .'..- place and plan a trip to Vanderbilt) J 't.\ ..,11
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at BUS girl, basketball (7:30)) etc; : oft
"Anyone who's a Gator fan and I t 0')

I FridayF'eb.S--, wants invited to( men talk about or women Florida. football said Gus is Every time you buy one Wendy's' delicious .; :
BUS JV and \ basketball at Mve Oak (8:10-K( :: ) 'V' ,

Oldtimrrs) Semi-Pro tournament t"at ItJE -" '. "": Kopelousos.available Tickets at a price for of the$10 banquetare through ., "" fresh, all-yoii-can-ecit salad l we'll .give'. you a 7!


1 Saturday.District Feb.wrestling 6- tourney. Buchhol (noon j j'lt V 9:30 p.m.I ') l\ Wilson Kopelousos at the at Chamber Jessie's Lounge of Commerce.or Bill ,Crisp .and':Green bill. Save. 2 bills and you get ....: loor


i Oldlimers Semi-Pro tournament at RJK: -!A'* kJ' Youth Softball $J..obff on.ypir| all-you-can-eat salad., ; f"j"

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Sunday Feb 7- ,

Finals of Semi-Pro tourney KJE' 111:00), ,, '1'"' ,'ya : Meeting Slated / *..." ', ) .. 'So.st enjoying' Wendy's crisp and .


:Monday BUS girls.L'. .b.basketball*-> at. Macclenny' J'"((7:00): 1 j o J.Tuesday .'. Sun.An organizational, Feb. 7 practice for'" green deal..: _It really, pays. .. .. t f ,' ::' I ;I\

youth Softball (Stars and: Jr. Stars) ,
.. .. '::Io'
: ; oai: > .i has ,0" '
k : .IL.i ( r been set for 2 '
Feb. 9-. 'J" .f ,at Westaide p.m. Sunday; Feb:7 AINT REASON TO GO ANYPLACE ELSE., o.orI.rt
Clay at BIISJV and V. basketball(6:30.8: hfAN'.21W.Nkria.w.- 'FielcHn Starke. 'h' 1. ,

y r .1., The youth coaches Jerry McGriff,,,,, .." ...ko1X
Wednesday Feb. 10-. "' David Bennett and Herman Schoen- (

'r Santa Fe at BUS weightliftlng t':30 Ing will meet with boys interested uv ,;.) ; ,, OFFER ENDS: Crisp-A Green bills available through

., ', ''k'* .' "r 1 playing softball this year and a light Limit of$I,off per salad purchase., Feb. 28, 1982 or while supplies last. (Crisp & Green. bills' roe

'Thursday.( Ft'b..I1'Io"o.J.""" '. ,. v.r' .t ." .a.- 'Nvr '''''' ; practice session will., be held Boys .. Not,,valid with any otb r offer or Taco Salads will be .redeemed. through March. ;14th. 1982.'. ..o.ff'wc
: .
: n ages 13-lfl are eligible tot for the ONOZMSIdY.lM.mrluny. Inc.All. MsI..m1. .' << ,
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Watt about 2 weeis and a** 3rad- wines, to town. And Friday, Feb. 19,is High School even most of the way Tornadoes into -a perimeter the super-quick Panthers Jumped well at times against the Palatka '
jord: High coach Mike Sexton this Just a bit of a step-down as Santa Fe's before stumbling 5648. and Bradford never again to a 10-2 lead and substituted free- man-to-man. Eddie Thompkins hit 21 I

:question: Wha's the best high school talented Raiders (10-5)( come in for threatenedthelead. ly.Bradford points, mostly on baseline jumpers .I I
:team In the area? another BHS home game. 5 Minutes The Thompkins and Kevin Howe did run its motion offense hitting 9 of 13 shots. I
: :After the treacherous schedule Sex- That's 6-game stretch against nit ;44 paints and led BHS on
ion ana his winless Tornadoes have on three 10 teams in the Decider at GIIS boards with Thompkins .
top :a more top
the horizon he should be able to tell 20, and 6 clubs with a combined: .. AS minute stretch dominated by misaes and Howe S. It was BHS 3rd in Weightlif ting TestBaker J
voterLast record of 8520. Whew I I GUS proved to be the difference Fri. 'buckets by Howe en feeds from

Tuesday the Tornadoes played The only relief in sight for BHS, day as the Hurricanes (8-14) turned Williams that gave BHS a 14-14 I
)alatka (14 wins losses), the team which fell to 0-16 with the loss to the Tornadoes back alter 1 period. County took first Ocala Thornton in the unlimited class.

that handed 4A power Jacksonville Palatka, is the final game of the The game was nip-anct-tuck the Kevin Sampson was also in Tornadoes Biggest lift of the day for Bradford

Forrest its only loss against 16 wins, regular season, a Saturday night, way save for the first S minutes of the figures with 10 points while ( ) was by Rehberg, which his 410 total.
;And were drummed 91-63.This Friday Nov. 20, showdown with North second half. It was then that the Tornadoes and Robert Bellamy. both passed held at BHS last Wednesday. Wallace of Baker Co. hoisted up theday's

BUS goes to Live Oak to play Suwan- Marion. The Colts of Marion just did down by Just %8-1 at assists. Wildcats, who won 7 weight top total (580) to win the

pee High's Bulldogs, owners of a 15-2 slip by BUS 57-M last month as BHS halftime fell apart briefly. EddieThompktns Bellamy ninth grader called ., totaled 49. points, to t j98-pouna class.

'mark. Tuesday, Feb. 9. day High let a 12-point lead slip away so there's ; picked up a pair of quick from JV, was making his first '. 31, and Bradford's 17. *'w ,V.. y.rd .SMS
(13-3), the third-ranked class ZA team hope that if the first Tornado victory fouls, BUS went cold, and the Hurricanes ,appearance. "He started and Top individual place for the Tor 114 ')Therf(C"I)MI.. I')iron (IMS) it.-tie33s.
:in Florida comes to Starke. Friday, doesn't come sooner it could at least ran off 11 of the first 13 pointsto about the whole ballgame and he who are winless as a team ItRiriM (to) U*._ 3)) WAU (SMS) l..-l>.-.,.. t33-
:Feb.. 12, its to Gainesville for a bout come later. open the gap up to 39-28. the first good Job," Coach Sexton said. by Stephen Spell, who totaled 405 Mwto(..).... 14C.fc (V)......4))CUtVinON(pt5))
,....,.._. It*.OomlMIl(..)_..<)SAUWON(SMS)
with 8th-ranked 3A power Eastslde Last the Tornadoes didn't time in the either club led had a good floor game. He's take second in the 220-pound class. .
Friday game by ,going ar.t_ is,. ..CIMM (to) U'. !.. Wall... (c..)
;20-3). Tuesday, Feb. 15, Jacksonville miss by much nailing down win more than 4. From there Gainesville start for us from here on out. placers for BUS were Rob MS...11 OHSMO (sin) _I'''''.. tieY.fW .o.H
;"Bolles (15-3), the 6th-ranked 2A team. number one. They played Gainesville packed into a tight zone, forcing the The Palatka game was never at 114, Wayne Wan at 123. (..) 4M, I') srau (SMS) aestttu.l- ._.M (v)
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Rehbera at 198. and Donald 17. fMOIIN'IOH.11.


Legal Notices .1115.111. ...l.**e4JM .4M- e..*+.4>4>*...n i uu. .. U.IIJ 111//,_....... IIIIIIII .. . .. .... ISLJISSSIISSUSUSISIS.. .. ... . . .

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NOTICE the proposal as !Norman C. Dagua one doted January 21. 1982 Dotenda". ,Rt |i Box Crystal 48 described property of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT attorney and the
specified In.the Zoning lacqueline N. Dague, his entered In this case, that Court No. 8H 16-CI..J.B:; Starka, Fl. Mid defendant to satisfy OF FLORIDA EIGHTH amount claimed. If the

/NOTICE I I. hereby Code of Bradford Coun- wile, et al.. Defendant I will sell to the highest NOTICE OF SALE 0098-1981-0040 the aforesaid Execution. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN claim Is not yet due the
given. that on Monday.F.brvory ty. Notice of Sale and best bidder for cash Notice I.I hereby given FLETAKER. ELVIN Dolph Reddish. AND FOR BRADFORD date when it will become
08. 1982. at Allen L. Richardson Notice I.I hereby given at the Bradford County that pursuant to a Final Rt 3 Box 52Slork. Sheriff of COUNTY FLORIDA.IN due shall ben stated. If

10.00 o'clock A.M.. the Chairman, Bradford that pursuant to a Final Courthouse in Starket Judgement entered on. ...Fl. Bradford County. the claim I I.contingent or
undersigned GATOR County Zoning Board Judgement entered on Florida at 11:00: a.m. December 21, 1981 by 01581981.0024 Florida. RE: The. Estate of unliquidated. the natureof
FREIGHTWAYS Inc. will 1 tchg 02/04 January 22. 1982 by the o'clock on the 11 th day of the above entitled Court SHUFORD. D.L. 01.26 dtchg 02.18 JAMES RUSSELL CAD- the uncertainty shall
or GLORIA be stated If the claim Is
tell at public auction for above entitled Court In February 1982 the 'In the above sTyled DELL Deceased
following described I P.O. Box 13 NOTICE OP secured, the security
cash at 2175 Commonwealth pro-
the above styled cause. cause, the undersigned
Av.. party a* sat forth In the Lowtey, Fl 32058 AmiCATtONFOIAMCNDMf : 82-3-CP shall be described. The
Jacksonville Florida NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the undersigned United Final Judgment to-wit: United State marshal or ,1112.1981.00C)1SWEAT. NT OF THI VISION: 1-3369 claimant shall deliver
States Marshal or any of any of his duly authoris JOHN E.
REGISTER PLAN sufficient copies of the
lot of Hand Tool. LAND USE ,
on. to Baumrln FICTITIOUS NAME his duly authorised A parcel of land situatedIn ed deputies will sell the or BERTIE A. TOWN OF HOOKER. NOTICE OF claim to the clerk to
consigned Jox.. Fla Pursuant to Section deputies will sell the the S 1/2 of SW 1/4 of property situate 'In Brad- 510 Ball St. FLORIDA ADMINISTRATIONTO enable the clerk to moil
Bros., DeGreaser; SuperSafety con- 865.09. Florida Statutes, property situate In Brad SE 1/4 of Section 13 ford County Florida. New Smyrna Beach An ORDINANCE amending one copy to each personal .

,llgned to Int.rpol notice Is hereby given ford County Florida Township 8 South Range described as: 0303-1981-0001 the ComprehensiveLand All PERSONS HAVING representative.All .
Corp.. Ft. Lauderdale, that the undersigned described as:_ 22 East Bradford County A parcel' ol' land lying Use Plan Element CLAIMS OR persons InterestedIn '
Flo; Books C DI.t Aidon.lgned H.P. HAYES and RALPH A portion of the SE 1/4 Florida said Parcel In the SW 1/4 of SW Information and Map by Brooker. DEMANDS AGAINST THE the estate to whom a
to Thomas BRYAN (joint owners, of SE 1/4 of Section 29 being more particularly 1/4 of Section 22 Ing the amount Florida. In accordancewith ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL copy of this Notice of Administration
Weber Miami Shores, doing business und--the Township 6 South Range described. as follows: Township 6 South Rang. description of the the local Government OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED has been
fla.; Agric, Implement firm name of BR. .. ,RD 22 East In the City of Commence at the Northeast 22 East Bradford County perty and the names Comprehensive IN THE ESTATE. mailed are required
Parts consigned to Inter- SECURITY intends to Starke, Bradford County corner of the S 1/: ,' Florida; said parcel address of the Planning Act of 1979. o. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
prl.... Inc., 7210 NW register said fictitious Florida and being mar of the SW 1/4 of SE 1/.. ol being more particularly may be obtained by provided for In Chapter YOU ARE HEREBY FROM THE DATE OF THE
77th St., Miami Fla: Hair name under the particularly described as said Section 13 and run described. as follows; person possessing an 163 of the Florida NOTIFIED that the administration FIRST PUBLICATION OF
Dryer consigned tc aforesaid statute. follows: For point of S 00.22'18" E along the Commence at the terest In the property Statute of the THIS NOTICE to file any
Jackson Byron Enterprises Dated this 27th day of reference commence at East line of said S 1/2 of Southwest corner of sold addressing an Inquiry TO: All Citizens Taxpayers estate of JAMES RUSSELL objection they may
No. 1, Miami Fla; January. 1982. In Bradford he NW corner of said SE the SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 a Section 22 'and run GERALD LEWIS. and other Interested CADDELL. Deceased., File have that challenges the
Box panels! consigned to County. and distance of 220,84 feet to the Comptroller, persons, Number 82-3-CP I I. pen- validity of the deced.nt'twill.
1/4 of SE 1/4 run Easterly "along"7 ,
Property,Section,
American Building Products .02/044tchg02/25 an Iron pipe on the ding In the Circuit Court the qualifications of
thence South 87 degree Southerly boundary ve'a.
Harry' B. Carson. -
of for Bradford the Personal R.pr..n.tOllve. -
Southerly right County
Co., Miami. Fla; way You and each of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF 18' East along the Nor. thereof, 39.49 'feat, moreor State you ofjurisdiction
One of a 60 foot road and Florida. Probate Division or the venue
Bed
Brass consigned to and herewith
Stained THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL herly boundary therof a the point of beginning; less, to the Easterly ToIIQha..... are hereby the address of of the court.
Coral. Way CIRCUIT IN AND FOR given notice In accordance
distance of 25.04 feet
Fla. to thence continue S00o22'18" boundary ol Old Lawtey 32301 ((904) 487-2583. which Is Bradford County ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS.
Glass, Miami. ; Spray with Florida
BRADFORD COUNTY. the Easterly boundary of E along said Road; thence North 0 sure to mention the Courthouse Bradford, AND OBJECTIONS NOT
)Hose consigned to Palm FLORIDA. Statutes, that the Town
the right-of-way of Ep- degrees 07 count number AFTER
industries, Pompano CASE NO. 81.90)-CP East line 180.0 feet to an East along Council of" Brooker -'IOfIdo-The Personal Representative 'SO FILED WILL BE
person Street; run Iron pipe; thence run N said Easterly boundary, name as published of the
Bch.. Fla; All PurposeKlean IN RE: The estate of 'hi Florida will conduct a FOREVER BARRED.
consigned to LILLIAN CASEY. thence South 0 degrees 89.1208 W, 168.93 feet 600 ft; thence" North 89 notice. Unless public hearing at a estate Is DORETHA CAD. Date of first publication
Public Storage Center deceased 30' East along said to an Iron pipe on the degrees 39' East 300,1 >f ownership regular meeting to beheld DELL whose address Is of this Notice of Ad.
Hialeoh Fla: Cleaner NOTICE OF Easterly boundary a Southeasterly right of feat to POB. From POI presented to the at 7:30 p.m. at Town Route 1. Box 109 ministration'January 28.
Consigned to Int.r Poly ADMINISTRATIONTO distance of 335 feet to way line of said 60 foot thus described continue py April will 6. be 1982 .the. Hall. Brooker. Florida, Ralford Florida. The 1982.

Corp.. Ft: Laud.rdal., ALL PERSONS HAVING point of beginning. From road; thence run N North 89 'degree;, 39' for perty the on Tuesday February 09 name and address of the
custody to
Flo; All Purpose Klean/ CLAIMS OR point of beginning thus JS.20-58"! E, 142.46 feet East 58.28 feet la.the troller of 1982 and will consider Personal Representafive's t /DORETHA CADDELL
consigned to Public DEMANDS AGAINST THE described continue South lo a concrete monument; Westerly boundary of Thereafter all an Ordinance relatingto attorney are set Personal Representativeof
Storage Center Miami ABOVE ESTATE AND All 0 degree 30' .East a thence run Northeasterlyalong the right of way' of a claims must be : forth below. the estate of
Fla; CI.anlngCompound.Jack.o OTHER PERSONS IN distance of 75 feet to a the Southeasterly, street; thence North 7 .10. the Comptroller All PERSONS HAVING JAMES RUSSELL CAD.
conSigned thence North said curve having a control 41 Amend the Comprehensive CLAIMS OR .DEMANDS DELL.
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE point; run degree ?,EQlto:along Florida-
to South Dad. You are hereby 89 degrees 30'* East a angle of 79.34'40" a said Westerly boundary. 1/28 2tchg / Land Use 'AGAINST THE: ESTATE Deceased
Optimists, Miami Fla; notified that the Administration distance of 97.21 feet to radius of 91.14 feet an (101.02' to. th.. Plan to provide that ARE REQUIRED WITHIN
( teat
arc length of 127.12 feet, 'THREE MONTHS FROM
base cov.r. !lands classified /CYNTHIA HOLLOWAYLaw
$lgn post of the Estateof a point; run thence North Southerly of NOTICE OF currently
and on. bdl. of bolts, LILLIAN CASEY.Dec.a.od 1 degree 10' West a and a chord bearing and boundary SHERIFF'S SALE single' family and THE DATE OF THE FIRST Office of Gerald D.
distance of 69.1818"" E. !therlo.h_ .!. of way of Donno PUBLICATION OF THIS
consigned' to Amoco Oil Probate Fll.Ne:8190CAri.pedl distance of 75.01 feet to : designated' by the plan Schackow
rft Rlul.ra H/-K EIrf.. l ....--1f-1R>>1IUf1'anff c.:.ouln 117.06 feet I.. lK_ Point- Street;:..thenre. iowfk89 ,-.. ; Matte (,s hereby) ... 0'-- y.llowb.. NOTICE. TO FILE' WITH' 728 Northwest. Eighth 'ft
Scrap Iron consigned to in the Circuit Court of 89 degrees 30' West a of Beginning. degrees 39' West!. that I. Dolph E. reclassified" to mobile THE CLERK OF THE Avenue
Unique Auto Electric Co., Bradford County .along last afovesald sheriff of home and designated ABOVE COURT A WRIT- Gainesville FI 32601
distance of 96.35 feet to a*
Orlando Fla., to satisfy Florida Probate Division DATED this 21st day ol Southerly boundary.' County. Florida brown, the property of TEN STATEMENT OF ANY Attorney for Personal

freight and storage the address of point of beginning. the January 1982. 71.82 feet; thence South and by virtue ol Writ. AARON DALE STOKES CLAIM OR DEMAND Representative9O43713OOO
charges, und.r the provisions which is Starke, Florida, at public outcry to 0 degrees 07 West 100 Execution to-wlt: described os follows: THEY MAY HAVE. Each
of Section 4b) of 32091. The name and address highest, and 1>est bidder Gilbert S. Brown Clerk feet to POB. Execution Issued.. claim must be in writing

Uniform Standard Bill ol of the Persona 'for cash at the hour of BY1, Marian McKee at public outcry to the of County Court of tots three (3)) and four and must Indicate the 1/28 2tchg 2/04
Lading. Representative' Attorney 12:000'clock noon on Deputy Clerk highest and best bidderfor County Florida ((4)). Block 8, Corlotta basis, for the claim name
Gator Frelghtways' Inc. I.I as set forth March S. 1982 at front cash at the hour of to a Final Judgement Unit 1. according to plot and address of the
door of the I/id:. 2tchg 2/04 creditor his
Carrier below. entrance .. 12.00; o'clock noon on State Wide recorded In Plot Book 3. or agent or
Bradford Courthouse - -
All persons having County March S, 1982, at the'Iron Corp.. of page 14, public recordsin --------;- -------------
1/28 tchg 2/04 claim or d.mand.agaln.t at Starke, AFFIDAVIT UNDER FICTITIOUS ) door entrance of Florida and Bradford County

the Estate are required Florida. NAME STATUTE the Bradford County: Wardell A. Smith Florida.
PUBLIC NOTICE WITHIN THREE Dated January 27, STATE OF FLORIDA Courthouse Starke. dant. 'In the amount
VERNIE E. THORNTON MONTHS FROM THE 1982.Michael COUNTY OF BRADFORD. at. $1.960.24 together You ore further given
has mad. application for DATE OF THE FIRST E. Romanczuk The undersigned Florida dated January cost of collection. NOTICE that a copy of Real

SPECIAL EXCEPTION for PUBLICATION OF THIS United States Marshall under oath says: !It Is the 18.1982. Have seized and old proposed OR.
T&.phon.switching station NOTICE to file with the Middle District of Florida .r,' entlon of the underngned Michael E. Romanczuk. In my possession, DINANCE Is available for
(Essential Services) Clerk of the above Court Ernst D. Mueller sole United' States Marshal: ,following described your Inspection at the
to the) Bradford County a written statement of Assistant United States as proprietor Middle District of son*! property to-wit: Office of the Town Clerk
Board pf Adjustments on any claims or demands Attorney to engage In a Florida. 1977 Pontiac Sunblrd Town Hall. Brooker; Estate
that Is have. Each 3ulnes enterpriseunder Mueller Florida.
property they may Attorney for Plaintiff Ernst D. Two Door
Classified RSF-MH-1 and claim must be In writing 2/4 4tchg 2/73 the fictitious name Assistant United States YIN NO.2M27V72311017. Each and every person
described" below: and must Indicate ,the of REGISTER OIL COM- Attorney Attorney for having an Interest
1.07J/ acres located 1 basis for the claim the -'""PUBLICNOTICE' -- PANY whose principal Plaintiff ?- .A* th* property of whatever In the enact

1/2 miles Northwest of name and address of the place of buslnes' is 302 128.215t chp above named of this proposedORDINANCE'should .

Stark!)on South .Id. of creditor or Its agent or The BRADFORD South Thompson Street end that on Monday, ap
Hwy 900 In Section, 24, attorney and the COUNTY SCHOOL Storke, Florida. NOTICE OF NAMES "OF 22nd day ol and be heard at the Buys
Township 6 South Rang. amount claimed.. If the" BOARD Starke. Florida Freeman Register III PERSONS APPEARING' tea at on. o'clock and place describ I
21 East of NE 1/4 of SW claim I I. not yet due, the will hold a PUBLIC HEAR- Address is: 302 South TO BE OWNERS OF; an sold day on ...
1/4 of parcel 078700100. date when It will become: ING ON PROPOSED Thompson Street. ABANDONED PROPERTY' .premises of the TOWN COUNCIL
The|Bradford County due shall be stated.. If BOARD RULE NO.6220.1, Slorke, Florida 32091. Pursuant to.Section 13 County Jail) Yard I TOWN OF BROOKER
Zoning and Planning the claim Is conti gent on EXPULSION OF HAN Sworn to and subscribed Chapter 717 Florida'Statutes : offer for sole and sell FLORIDA

Boards J will conduct a unliquidated.,. the natureof DICAPPED STUDENTS on to before me this 13th. entitled"Florida file highest bidder 1/28 2tchg 2/04
public: hearing at their the uncertainty claimant February 15, 1982 at 7 day of January 1982. Disposition of Unclaimed If L In hand, tho Clb '
held at shall deliver sufficient Act". notice Is .
regular meeting PJW. hi the School BoardRoom James V. Walker Property ;ERA
7:30: ,.m. In the County copies of the claim of the Bradford hereby given that the .
Commission meeting to the Clerk to enable County School' Administration Notary Public. State of persons listed below appear -. Com S.. Us. FAULKNER
room;;of the Bradford' the Clerk to moll one Offices, 582 Florida at large. My to be the owners l? W.". Changed Our Name,
County Courthouse copy to the Personal North Temple Avenue. ,Commission: / expire: unclaimed personal Of But Not Our Service REHLTY
Stark. Florida on Tues Representative.All Stork. Florida. April 25. 198$. Intangible. property '
day. February 23, 1982 person InterestedIn Copies of this Proposed 1-21-2-11. 4t chg presumed_abandoned. Office Building-Corner lot. greet location. $55.000.00 '

and mak. a recommendation the Estate to whom a Rule No. 6220.1 may UNITED STATES DISTRICT THIS DOES NOT INVOLVE Cee Del Forest S/D-Sulldlng lets with city water and act-sacs [D
to the Bradford copy of this Notice of Administration DB) obtained from the COURT MIDDLE DISTRICT REAL ESTATE. .|.wer. ... so.
Board of Adjustments hat been EVA' '
County BRADLEY.
letSuperlnlendent'* OF FLORIDA JACKSON [Owner Financing-; Bedroom stucco fenced yard comer 4u of &,rCA
concerning mailed are required. office at 962 North Tempi DIVISON. Starke. Fl. ,.
VILLE .... 117.500.Owns .
this SPECIAL EXCEPTION WITHIN THREE MONTHS 0101.1981000l'DOUGLAS
Avenue Starfce.Florida.
.
application. FROM THE DATE Of THE United State of ARTHUR JR., financing-Dalewee1. S/D 3 bedroom. 2 .baths, 911' Lafayette' St.Acres from Wishbone

At .this time, all persons FIRST PUBLICATION OF Tile I b 'In compliancewith :America Plaintiff' ys, By Marion B. Col.. ceatral beet a elr. $50.000. OFFICE HOURS

will be heard concerning THIS NOTICE to file any I Florida Statute, Clara Florida Mae Sharp,. Stark. Fl. Owner Fmmlng-Pnn L...... 40 cres planted. lest yeer.IN Monday Friday 9, S Saturday 9. IJ noon .
this application abjection they may Chapter 120.54 a* Bank at Stark 0101-1981-0002 ........
a* specified In the Zon- have that challenge the enacted by the 1974 and General Motor Acceptance DeW RICHARD

of Bradford of the decedent's Corporation, MR t MRS a
ing Codes validity Florida L.gl.lature.Thomas j I. !. One Rent the Other-3' home. Buy both ferII9J4SV 9. v ,
'Will, the qualification of : -'- -
County. L.Casey Jr,
L.M.Gaines. Director the Personal I Representative School Superintendent I ... z, d#: it.'i .
.
Bradford County Zoning or the venue orjurisdiction Bradford County Schools'
Family' Newt 'bedroom, 1 .both. Nice $2(00.:
Planning Building of the Court. 02.0:1: 2tchg 02.10 Flcriiaiii 'I..Iff. tree*
,
Itchg 02/04 ALL CLAIMS '
DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS IN 'THE. CIRCUIT COURT I..i.II. ;: Phone 964-7700 ...., en ......." 110-.beautiful view S17.SOO.'
OF. FLORIDA,' EIGHTH .
NOT SO FILED :
WILL BE FOREVER BAR. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 393 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Fl. KlngsleV Lek.4 bedrooms, 2 beths. Beet ,lift end dock.

PUBLIC NOTICE AND FOR BRADFORD Wt. t BM,.00, |
C. :RAYMOND HOWE RED.DATE OF THI FIRST COUNTY FLORIDA. *BUYING OR SELLING PROPERTY .TALK TO A- REALTOR '. I'f I
hot made application to PUBLICATION OF THE CIVIL ACTION. "' 1141... Let an ...__ ...... 84,500.ASSOCIATES :
FOR IIINT-Nice 2 bedroom brick horn .Me, ?
the Bradford County ZonIng NOTICE' OF AD Keystone I
: Beard for MINISTRATIONIF.bruary FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL eree. 1490.00 month. a I. ,

reclassificatlon of the 4,1982.Executed BANK OF Terry A.'GeI7824ft8 lCa.C.W...,.-...."..,
described this 28th day JACKSONVILLE* .. ....... ,
property Lied.. W.uis-9e4-097 Bobby T. SmHh.iN-7894
RO of A.D.. 1982. Trustee for the HOUSING GROW YOUR GARDEN
below from OR to : January OWN ,1I..1.. .. + 473-304 Ann W.Gedwla944MS9fty
Two((2) acre., more or Debra Faye Green, FINANCE AUTHORITY OF ,
Law 944-6OT .
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lea. In Southwest comer Personal Representative BRADFORD COUNTY. *3 acre 1400.00.
of parcel 2098. In Section Estate of FLORIDA. 10 ecres $18,000.00. ; W.CI.rkRIALTORtNEIOHIlORH000
10 Township 6 South Lillian Casey, CASE NUMBER: .93 error .$79.000.00.
200' Deceased. 1467.CA e M ecres $100.000.00.
(Range 301)22 X East 450' East Wayne M. Carroll Plaintiff, .Some financing en ell shave .,..*.. lovely well' built home with large rooms.4 Bedrooms, 2
along Beth. Excellent location
to school store, churches 1
located 1/4 miles Northof 115' Northwest 1st vs.
the East aide Avenue, KRISTINN VOJNOVSKI '*1 'bedraem house wtth S ecres.designed far hue feml-+ etc.
Starke on
of Hwy 301 for Business Lake Butler.Fla GERALDINE A.VOJNOV ly living. By eepelntment _!y. Beautifully lendscoped 1 large lot.

Office. 904-496-2803 SKI. DAC CORPORATION *3 bedroom !bows wttfc 2,acres, Sea. city limits.. He. .. PROPERTIES INC. REALTOR 11
change In Attorney For of Florida. and ;owner ftneoclng.i .- FOR RENT
classification This Is subject Personal 1 Representative .GOVERNMENTEMPLOYEES i *3 IR Home I Acre. Cent .heat* air. Ha .tort bWvj. t* U,3.Sol South. near Bradford Square 961.5231 2 BR kewM lake Butler:Trailer Space Bayless

to a public hearing to be 02/04 4tchg 02/23 CORPORA. buck. Ideal... Sec... end WOIII....... !1 Hwy Apartments.Heuses .
held Tuesday. r DISTRICT"-" TION. ( *w 'VWfOOflV f rvU 9i% Oil I _. '.'
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February 23 1982 at UNITED STATES Oo'endantw. 1 acrr far trailer. with pale. septic tank rod welt.. AMERICA'S NUMBER I' and Apartments For RentProperty
7:3O.p.m.: In the County COURT MIDDLE DISTRICTOF I." acre ecress from weWo.... Market. TOP SELLER ServicesApprelsafe
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Commission Room In the FLORIDA JACKSONVlllf NOTICE OF SALE BY 1.IS ecre Erects *.. St. Roe 4 10. / IOO.M... CENTURY 21'" .
Bradford County Cour DIVISION CLERK I Evening*! Plea.. Call I
thouse. At this time all Court No. 81958ClvJBUnited ; NOTICE IS HEREBY 'V.. ,.,.Oam BrekerOB .. sianc .ryUwiMs.rw .iwrNN..eI' '''..uo.. _1M lutes..u..LTO.'U-SOU. S
Interested shall States ofAmerica. GIVEN pursuant to FinalJudgment ,Phe**944-147**! I .r'BACH OIJfKIIlNDePDIOINT\Y,... nc--"u"A..* I Irene I..rouses RSAITOR-ASSOOATI-944.S142
person OWNED AND OPt TfO.
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f Starke Officials Probe New Smyrna Beach Electric TieIn .. f ,


pursuit of a guaranteed supply of pointed by the city commission. It Condominiums is the biggest thingin mand goes higher than the top'limit'' or
lower than the lower limit, the cur-
electricity for Starke, the full City removes the utility system from New Smyrna electric use growth
r Commission and Bond Trustee Brad politics New Smyrna officials says, right now. One realtor reported sell- rent costs more. New Smyrna uses its
Carter spent an entire day In New but there is some question among the ing a 100 foot wide lot on the beach for own generators to shave the outside higher
Smyrna Beach, a city which already citizentry about whether an appointive $IS ,OOO. demand peaks to always buy
r has a parallel tie with Florida Power \ body should handle such a big New Smyrna has generating current at the cheapest rate. ,

& Light and can buy and sell power.. Job.With capacity to produce only 30 to 40 per The Starke officials were very impressed ,,
A parallel tie means New a budget of $12 million, the cent of its electricity demand. The with the operation/ in New
Beach can receive electricity from Utility Commission there bills out rest is bought from outside sources Smyrna Beach. They came away-
'; outside its own system and also send electricity, water, gas, and sewerage First choice is nuclear power produced more than ever convinced that Starke
current outside the town to sell to service bills. by the Florida Power & Light should seek a parallel tie with FPL,
t" other cities or power companies, New There are some 10,000 electricity Corp., which is the cheapest. The rest get on the statewide power system,
Smyrna has saved $389,000 in the past consumers in New Smyrna, about Is bought over the statewide power and pursue its share of the FPL ffir. i
if had to four times the size of Starke. Thetown brokerage system from anybody with
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year and a half meaning nuclear production being sought by a
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buy all of its current from outside, on the East Coast about 18 miles power to sell, the same source Starke group of cities in a long standing i
J I!' without selling any, the city's power south of Daytona Beach also has a could use if it had a parallel lie with lawsuit brought by Spiegel and Puzzling It Out...
bill would have been $389.000 higher.In '\ large non-resident winter populationfrom FPL. McDiarrnid of Washington D.C.
New Smyrna the Utility Commission Canada. The resident populationis New Smyrna contracts with FPL The Starke council has a special Councilman Jimmy Crosby, left I and Ma'or'rnoll, SiUox: examine
is separate entity from the city some 13,000 with about 3,000 more for a certain amount of electricity demand meeting set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. machinery showing/ New Smyrna power usage from outside the city and that I.'
commission, but members are ap- added in the winter.: within certain limits. If the dej 9, to hear a report on the progess of produced by the city's generators. The Indows show graphs of the current 1

.' .,. ,,, the FPL suit from attorney Robert usage. "
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I View from the top of the New Smy rna power plant is New Smyrna assistant generation manager Jim Boyle Wood, Jimmy Crosby, and Bobby Milner how he keeps he guesses too low or too high it costs New S.III. (11,1 L
the best in town, looking soulh on the Intercuastal Starke councilman Bobby IMilner, and Starke Bond records of New Smyrna's electricity use so he can tell money "I ,
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I Lawtey Council Agrees to Outfit New Police Car; Approves $10 Per Week Raise for City Patrolman I'I'A '



new $900 police radio, a dual muffler Jordan also said he will obtain a CB Upon suggestion of Clerk' Lucille $8 per hour. The council members belongs to the county Sheriff Dolph could be used for I In- 'radio C'lt-ik
system, and a $10 per week raise radio for the city's street truck drivenby Shuford agreed to use a $8,943 saving urged Watts to go ahead with the pro- Reddish recommended a new radio Shuford suggested using 'federalrevenue
for Officer Dwight Kerns were all approved Lit Phillips, but he didn't say account at Community State Bank to ject. Jones Lane and SR-220B were and against pulling money into the sharingundsthat.the, i
I Monday night, Feb. .1, by theLawtey where he'd get it. The council didn't pay for the new police car. 1I 1'$. two roads the council mentioned. that Old one, and federal or law en government likes those unds t to In1 used
City Council. press Jordan on the point. Shuford said the account draws' low need to be done. forcement are no long available to Ihe for public safely Councilman
Chief M.M. Jordan had a good nightat interest. Mayor Rosier agreed town, Jordan said. Busier Bennett made I the motion leaving
Each of the three
motions were
the city council meeting when he made by Councilman Buster Bennett something needs to be done with the Was told by Clerk Shuford that the Jordan pointed out the police radiois the decision ol whore to net the
got approval to fix up the new policecar Em- account. street crew has redone.the shubbery used for more work than just law money to Clerk Shulord.
and approved 4-0. Councilman
to be delivered this month as he absent.In around the city hall. enforcement, such as rescue One reason the t current police car
mett Bright was
wanted plus getting a pay raise for Agreed to have water pipes run "Lit and the boys really worked. It emergencies. Me and a county deputy has lasted for '92.7IX) miles is thai il
this fulltime officer. other action, the council: under some local paved roads to looks nice," Mrs. Shuford said. sheriff participated in getting! a badly' has a dual exhaust system Jordan
"In 20 years that's the most money' serve more customers in future injured young boy picked up b> told the council. The closest an>om .,
I've every gotten out of Lawtey, Approved to fix the dump bed years, even though few prospect are Chief Jordan took up over half Mon helicopter by using the radio and came to questioning that MulomeiU! :; ,
Chief Jordan told the council. body which has plans broken or get a new seen for new customers right now. day night's meeting as he carefully signaling with the police car lights to was Councilman Robert Scott whit) :' .
"Lawtey has more" money now thanit Marvin Rosier Water Superintendent Barry Watts prefaced each request with an ex show the helicopter where tp>> land. pointed out heowned a former police,::
one. Mayor put in motion
ever had before, said Councilman several to seek said a man who works for the City of planation.The Jordan pointed out. car without a dual exhaust 1 system.,:
a new dump
Robert. Scott, the cil>"'s financial officer body. plans Starke has agreed to do the work for radio in the present police car Jordan asked if $700 of police funds and it ran for over lOO.oou. *.: :.:;;i


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For Selling Shoes The scheduled sentencing'' Heights, have been held without bail charge of a drop-oil" (operation near Florida drug enforcement ag'i;'iz'i::

Emmett Norton, Sr., 63, of Kingsley Barney Cam and his two sons,. in the Duval County jail since their Fort White. who co-operated on the case. The investigations :?":
Lake has won a 15->ear lapel pin for Richard and Michael, has been conviction. Each could receive a The trial was moved tol Duval County Involvedstakenuts: of the2'Keystone ;
selling Knapp shoes on a purttime postponed because the three have sentence ranging from probation anda t from Green Cove Springs after the Airport where the Cams :
basis, in addition to being a labor agreed to testify in the Feb. 8 drug fine up to 15 years in prison on each Cams defense team led b>' operate a repair and !service.. hungur
foreman for the Clay County Road conspriacy trial of a pilot charged in count. But their testimony in the Papp Gainesville lawyer Stephen Bernstein on Keystone city owned airport pro
Department.The one of the incidents in which the Cbms trial could influence the sentences. sought a change in venue, citing' perty. .
were found guilty in December extensive
award was made as Knapp pre-trial publicity
King Size Corp. of Brockton Mass. 1 Jacksonville Circuit Judge Clifford Charles Leory Pearl, another generated by the case in the Clay The Cams were originally chargedwith 1
Shepard rescheduled the sentencing defendant who stood ,trial with the
celebrates its 61st year as a manufacturer County area violating the state's Racketeering
and distributor of fool ware Friday, Jan. 29, at the request of the Cams but pleaded guilty to one count f Influenced and Corrupt Orgam/a- "

which is sold directly to wearers defense and state attorneys to Feb. of conspiracy before it was over, was The Cams were arrested in lion Act, but these charges were dropped -' f
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through local independent sales personnel 12.Janos Jan. 29 to 15 years probation Keystone Heights last April by undercover by I the prosecution Ix-fore the
such as Norton. "John" Papp of Detroit one year in the Clay County jail, trial.
"In such a capacity Emmett Norton Mich is charged by the slate to have and a fine of $10.000 which must be agents representing lour North
been the involved the offloading within three after his
has satisfactorily served in this area pilot in paid years ,
and in appreciation for his 'abilil of more than 100 pounds of release. ., j,
and : marijuana In the Fort While area --
cooperation loyality friendshiphe r=
has received: a lapel pin signifying 11_ sometime between April 1 and May I, The Cams were convicted on one .' _"'= \
his membership in the 15 years oi _1t.UI 1980. Circuit Judge Major Harding count involving (the off-loading of j .
Knapp Service Club," states the letter .end, L has been assigned to Papp's (trial to' be marijuana on the landing strip of a j,2Mailroom 1.J' \ .-, -.
accompanying the award._ Emmett !Norton Sr, held in Jacksonville. farm near Brooker, and another -.- -'
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: Workshops Offered Here to Aid the Divorced i



Divorce is a time of change and Spirtas lists several points that "Friends and family can be a real middle of a tug-of-war between the the opportunity to discuss and explore sons going through or dealing with the
transition, creating stress and confusion make the break more or less difficult. asset or very inhibiting for a divorced, parents. For parents, these children different aspects of the recovery process after-effects of a divorce.
; for the couple going through with First, how married are you to mal"rlage person. If a family is far away or if .. are a constant reminder of the past, with other persons attending and The First United Methodist Church,
'-It. Only the death of a spouse is ? Many people, particularlywomen ,they disapprove of the divorce, their' of mistakes. made and painful ad- the discussion group leader. located at Walnut and Jefferson nextto
thought to be a'more difficult periodin gain their identity from their lack of support can hurt. Many- justments.The The series is limited to 15 participants the Post Office, is hosting a day
a person's life, the experts say marriage, leaving them a non-person friends feel that they don't want to get'\. psychological impact of and pre-registration is re long retreat Feb. 6, bringing together
'when divorce happens. A strong love involved in someone else's divorce divorce on parents, children, family quired. To pre-register or for more in- resource people from the North
But there is argument from divorced after divorce will also because they don't want to have to'
s for that spouse and friends can be lessened with an formation, contact the Extension Florida to
7 people, who are saying that the make adjustment extremely difficult. choose sides, but it's best not to understanding of what's happening.Free Home Economics Office (964-6280 ext those region provide guidancefor
i agony'and frustration of a divorce Self-confidence and security seem choose sides or try to reconcile,"Spir 284)) before the Feb. 11 deadline. The these Issues.persons struggling with
muses more stress and permanent to be the keys to self-acceptance for tas explains. Workshop Series Offered first session is scheduled for Feb. 18.
damage. most people and if those traits are Even though divorce can be The Cooperative Extension Service, Each session begins at 7:30 p.m. and Participants will need to select
tied in the marriage rather than devastating for an adult, some of the three workshops from the following
Statistics for divorces in Bradford up Extension Home Economics Office ends at 9 p.m. There is no charge for
the individual,divorce can force themto real casualties are children; has developed a workshop series of the workshops.The meetings are con- topical areas: Children, Loneliness
1 County are slightly higher than the start over with themselves, accor- Sometimes they are the reasons the five meetings aimed at helping those fidential and open to all people Faith and divorce. Use of time, Rela-
state average. ding to Spirtas.Community .. marriage is still intact, but it may not of tionships with the ex-spouse and rela-
persons who are having difficulty cop- regardless race, 'creed, color, sex,
I Although most people who go involvement, work be a positive arrangement. ing with a divorce(whether it is in the or national origin. ''ionships with the opposite sex
.' through a divorce feel chillingly alone hobbies any activity will make the Children are less equipped to han- process or the after effects). A registration fee of$10 is required,
dle the emotional traumas of divorce Single Again Adults
, in their emotions and everyday pro- adjustment time less difficult People
and will include The
.blems associated with the breakup, often worry when they see a divorced than adults, and they often blame These meetings will help divorced First United Methodist Church lunch. retreat
begins at 9 and continues to 5p.m.
11 skills and in a.m.
learn insights
I most people fit into a set pattern on friend throwing themselves into their themselves for the break-up.They sec coping persons with the problems faced dur- During the past 12 months, 40 men For more information and to
their basic foundation threatened and
' work or a new activity but Spirtas
fI their to and women in Starke have established
way recovery. -
the First United
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process
says that this is necessary to help are often forced to choose loyally to Christian
t Neil Spirtas, Florida Extension them through the adjustments. one parent, putting themselves in the divorce. Each meeting will provide a support group for per Methodist Church.
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that people cannot get through a
1 divorce unmarked but they can learn "The psychological(impact of divorce on parents,
to accept it.The stages that lead backto
normal life are more difficult for children be lessened
familyand friends can
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humber of factors."Surprisingly .
I the stages toward with an understanding of what's happening"

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most divorced persons/ Spirta:
says. "Some people go through each
stage with greater or less intensity
I, than others.Breaking away from pas:;
emotional attachments is not easy Goodbye
even if the marriage was not particularly

good." 3/8" CDXSheeng


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..:Jenny Shann'on.Accident 19, of Starke, is The Energy Miser SystemMeet Plywood 3 Ply
recovering after two weeks in an unconscious the Whirlpool gas furnace with the Energy
to semi-conscious state, but
definitely making progress according Miser system. It's designed to help conserve fuel. It
to. her mother. features direct'spark ignition instead of a standing
Jenny was injured Jan. 17,when the pilot light, An automatic vent damper to help keep
horse she was riding fell, causing Injuries heat from going up the chimney and a night setback 595
Shannon's head and face.
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Shannon of SR-230, Jenny was riding'on matically. You couldn't afford to be without onel? Ea.
Wilson Road with Debra Johns
6 Kim and Amanda Griffis when dogs
5/8"/ 4'x8' 8.89
apparently spooked the horse she was COX Ea.
I riding. The horse lost its footing whenit
got to the asphalt on Bethel Church
Road falling down with Jenny. Whirlpool!
She was taken by Rescue 60 to
Alachua General Hospital where she '

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\ t ; bound'lane with lights and flashers! 11*:! sideways,and traveled 57 ft. collieded The same night French and the posted a surety bond and was released -
FSP Inmate Sullivan was charged with improper lumn! ted. . with the culvert. The vehicle con- juveniles are charged with breakingand from custody according to
lane or course change. Shep- culvert and landed the Patrolmen Willie Searcy and Jerry
Fails To Return tinued over the on entering four vehicles at
\ pard was charged with having no ''Although several pedestrians were the right side in the ditch. parking area at Bradford Middle Miller. '
!iAs is Customary in serious family valid driver's license, according to attempting to direct traffic a vehicle Damage to Black's 1980 Ford School while the owners were attending French was also picked up for driving
situations, Richard Coleman was Trooper D. C. Roberts driven by James Flowers of Melrose pickup truck was $3,000, according to class. while intoxicated and having no
granted a furlough to visit his mother struck the Winn vehicle," injuring trooper D. C Roberts. French was charged with four valid driver's license. Jan. 25 bond
who i lis to have open heart surgery Preston Eugene Berry, 20, of Winn. counts of burglary of a conveyence was set at $300.
Jan.; 27.Coleman. Starke, was going east on Bessent grand theft and petit theft. Bond was please see page 10 for more
Road Jan. 27 at approximately Winn, a nurse, was treated by Clay
was picked by a family on newsbrlefs
up More Charges set at $200 for each charge. French
taken Alachua
member early. Tuesday, he left the 11:30 p.m., when he drove from the Rescue 75 then to
hospital arter'seeing his mother, main traveled portion of roadway into General Hospital by Stat-Flight Against French
around 2 p.m. He was to report backto the ditch on the north side of the road where she was treated and released. Anthony Dewayne French and ; SWEETHEART CAKES ;
Winn's Ford
to 1977
and hit a culvert. Damage was
Florida State Prison at 6
p.m. with the
Gary V Johnson, 26, of Lake $600, damage to Flowers 1978 Mercury three juveniles were charged
i which he failed to do, according to
burglary of the ROTC building Jan.
Butler, a sustained minor was $600. For Your Valentine V
Superintendent C. G. Strickland, Jr. passenger 20, as well as vandalizing cars at the V
Coleman is a trustee in minimum injuries but was not treated. Flowers was charged with failure to Bradford Middle School parking lot.
t a custody on the O-Unit,serving 5 years Damage to Berry V1967 Ford was use due care and Winn was chargedwith Also Valentine Cookies & Cupcakes ;
f. from Puval-Clay Counties for 2nd $150. improper stop on a roadway, according French, 19, 1001 North St., and the ;
degree arson and forgery. Berry was charged with driving to Trooper J. H. Horler. juveniles were arrested last week and
while intoxicated, according to charged with burglary and grand .

Weekend AccidentsJohn Trooper Wm. Abrams. Jan. 22, Paul Wayne Black, 30, of theft of Johnson's Feed Store. Fur- ,.
Lake 'Butler, was northbound on ther investigation revealed they were Pastry Shop
Gibson, Rt. 2 Box 100, Lake Jan. 27, Samuel Lee Williams, 28, of CR-235 about 5:30 a.m. when, due to responsible for breaking into the
Butler, was eastbound on Sr-100, Jan. Starke, was going south on US-301, heavy fog, he failed to observe the ROTC building at Bradford High 138 E. Call St., Starke 964-5890 ;
31, at 5:10: a.m. Gibson ran off the with a load of pulpwood driving on a curve. Black's vehicle left the road-, School, taking a small amount of cash ,, Wr13rd
flat tire when the tire caught fire.
alledged westbound and some clothing.
roadway as an way on the west shoulder, turned
of the load shifted to
vehicle crossed the center line into The weight on
the eastbound lane. Gibson's 1976 the single wheel that was not flat and'
Ford struck a utility pole and came to broke the 5 lug bolts holding both'
rest about 60 feet east. wheels. Williams swerved his truckto
Gibson was taken to Union General the shoulder of the road where it
Hospital by his wife. overturned on its right side. The load
Damage to the Ford was $2,000, of pulpwood caught on fire and was
damage to the Clay Electric utility burning when another big truck pass-
pole was $300. ing by pulled Williams' vehicle from
Gibson was charged with failure to under the burning wood.
have his vehicle under control, accor- Williams was charged with driving
ding to Trooper J. H. Horler. with a suspended driver's license and
having an improper tag, according to
Alice Fuller Hamilton, 54, P.O. Box Trooper Wm. Abrams.
237 Raiford,was eastbound on SR-100
when a deer crossed the roadway in
Accident
front of her. Hamilton swerved to the One
left to avoid striking the deer,crossedthe Causes Another
center line and went partially on
the shoulder of the road. She then Andrew Freeman Griffis,of Starke,
into was driving a truck on SR-21 behind a
swerved to the right going a
clockwise spin across the eastboundlane motorcycle driven by Richard Leon
the shoulder.Hamilton's Barton Jan. 31, at approximately
and onto
Ford then overturnedonto 12:10: a.m.. Barton began slowing to
1978 Week Of Fantastic !
its left side, completed the roll turn right on Griffin Lodge Road, Big Savings
coming to rest on its wheels. Griffis attempted to slow behind the
administered the cycle but could not and skidded into
First Aid was by
trooper, Hamilton was then taken to the cycle causing the driver to eject.
Union General Hospital by a deputy. Barton 20 of Keystone Heights,
Damage to the Ford was $3,000, ac was injured, treated by Clay Rescue
cording to Trooper J, H. Horler. 75, then taken by Stat-Flight to
Alachua General Hospital where he

Larry G. Sullivan, 25, of was treated and released. $3IIj7is
Damage to Griffis 1974 Chevy
Gainesville, was eastbound on CR-18,
Jan.29. As he started to change lanesto pickup was $450 damage to the 1973
the left a vehicle was in the processof Kawasaki Motorcycle was $300.
overtaking him. The vehicle driven Barton was charged with having no Men's
by Cecelia J. Sheppard skidded in the valid driver's license, no tag and a :
westbound lane, colliding with defective stop lamp, according to
Sullivan's vehicle, came to rest in the Trooper J. H. Horler.At r' Tops
1Icr' Western Boots Flutter sleeve 88
eastbound lane. Sullivan's vehicle
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spun around and went into the ditchon approximately 12:20: a.m. ,, Lowest price of the 'peasant tops in 3 Solid Color
the north shoulder of the roadway. Claudia McCulley Winn, of season on these fashion prints and Blanket
Damage to Sullivan's 1973 Ford Gainesville, had stopped on SR-21 at durable vinyl boots solids. Regular
pickup was $500, damage to Shep- Griffin Lodge Road at the scene of a r- with popular western t l and extra sizes. Beige, blue or gold for full or twin, beds.
pard's 1978 Dodge stationwagon was previous accident to render aid, leaving 1 00% polyester Machine wash. Some
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Guilty. of CounterfeitingTimothy Ladies' Cupe $1

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Taylor Jackson,Jr were found guiltyof Starke to Jacksonville Beach. Shirt o Cinch back pants in aZ+ SuperReg.
counterfeiting charges in U. S. The defense for Jackson and Bryan 5.99! Short r assorted colors
stated they had been fishing at Sampson iii: Suds
District Court in Jacksonville, Jan sleeve in solid with button front
Lake on the afternoon of Aug. 11
colors with assorted and zipper. Regular 40-oz. size heavy
28.Bryan where they found a blue suitcase
20, and Jackson, 19, both of con ti'imsS.M.L.XL and extra sizes. duty laundry
contrasting
taining pills and $1,500 in $100 bills.
Starke, were found guilty on all powder Limit 2.
counts after four full days of They took the money and threw away _
testimony. Charges against Bryan the pills, went to their homes to
were conspiracy to possess and sell change clothes telling no one of the
counterfiel currency. Jackson faced find. They starting drinking, consuming .
the same charges with an additional several bottles of liquor and
charge of possession of counterfiet several six-packs of beer during the I
currency. evening as they drove to Jacksonvilleto
According to testimony given dur- party
ing the trial, Richard Fill was the The jury did not believe their story
source of the counterfeit money in- and came back with a guilty verdicton
volved. Fill allegedly gave $2,000 in all eleven counts filed against
$100 bills to Jackson. The money was Bryan and Jackson.Presentence .
passed from Starke to Jacksonville investigation was 2$1
Beach August 11, 1981. ordered with sentencing scheduledfor I
Charges against Ronald James a later date.
Tyler, who was arrested with Jackson The fifth Starke man arrested for
and Bryan were dismissed. The trio counterfeiting, Ronald Eugene Griffisis Hi-Dri Towels
traveled to Jacksonville Beach in scheduled for trial Feb. 22. Reg. 67'f! 100 hard t riwtY 5
Bryan's car Aug. 11, after they began Billy Gordon Griffis and Carl Pee $ working i sheets.
.
drinking about 3 p.m.They were pick- Wee"Griffis are awaiting sentencing. 8 8 Brock's 2 Wicker Limit 2.

ed up in a lounge when the owner According to Secret Service Agent Bag Candies Each Baskets
became suspicious of the $100 bills Edward Robinson the investigationinto
they were passing. counterfeiting in the Bradford 5 to 9-oz bags chocolate peanuts raisins Decorative lacquered'wicker baskets In a
Testimony stated the trio defrauded County area is not complete at this drops, more. variety of styles.
honest merchants in the amount of time.

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Florida's prison population has has opened one new prison during the male total is 22091. The maximum facilities for programs which are
soared above 23,000 in early 1982, past year and Is in the process of architectural capacity in the entire system which alternatives to prison incarceration. WIDE HOMES
pushing the total near the system's and other planning workon includes two institutions housing Included Is the expansion of com- -
maximum capacity according to a new reception center in Dade females is 24,560. munity work release centers and ad-
Louie L. Wainwright, Secretary, County. Additionally, Wainwrighthas One institution-Florida State ditional probation and restitution
$
Department of Corrections. asked for legislative approval for Prison-has 180 empty single.cells a centers. Prices Start at
Wainwright noted that the agency additional prison facilities Gov. Bob result of an order of Circuit Judge R. The state started the 1980-81 fiscal 730500
has warned of the continuing upswing Graham is supporting this request. S. Green, ,Jr.! who has refused year this past July 1 with 19,722 in- With As Little As
in inmate population and noted "we There were 23,281 incarcerated In- Department pleas to permit the carcerated inmates. There were but $700,00 Down
are doing everything within available mates in the state system at the end of prison to be fulled to its design capacity 14,130 in 1975 and the current count
means to provide for this unprecedented the first week of 1982, and the DC of 1,180 inmates.In already Is near the 23,413 estimate for Specializing in
influx. Secretary pointed out that the crunchis addition to seeking funding for 1982. In addition to caring for in-
.-..The Department is in the process of especially critical in facilities housing additional major prison facilities, the carcerated inmates, the Department
expanding several existing facilities, male offenders where the maximum Department is advocating additionalJDream supervises more than 50,000 probationers FLEETWOODHI"
capacity is 22,892 and the latest and parolees. .
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PAll school children, public, privateand Local Area Award Winners (Each ciples of this organization is to promote their efforts to further participationin I. 411
Parochial, in grades 7-12, are In- Grade Group): Americanism among our young the FRA National Americanism "
vited to enter this year's Fleet First place: $50 Savings. Bond and people.Jacksonville. Essay Contest again this year, and fi
Reserve Association (FRA) Annual plaque. Branch 91, West will present suitable awards to local
Americanism Contest. 2nd Place: Plaque3rd Jacksonville Branch 126 and Mayport area winners, in addition to regional ; BROWNL k""
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-'This year's essay theme !is "What Place: PlaqueAll Branch 290 of the FRA are combining and national awards. "
my vote means to me." entrants receive a "Letter of

printed Essays or legibly must written be typewritten on one side Recognition"National Awards (Each Grade Gov. Graham to .Attend MOBILE HOME CENTER
of paper only and are not to exceed Group)
300 words. Each entry must be ac- 1st Place: $100 Savings Bond and
companied by a separate sheet of Plaque2nd Water Meetin at SFCC"This Hwy. 21N, Keystone Hgts. 473-3775
paper bearing the entrant's name, address Place: $75 Savings Bond and g
(including zip code), telephone Plaque3rd plan will help protect the land
school and and Social Place Bond and Governor Bob Graham will the
number, grade, : $50 Savings urge and water resources in the Suwannee -
Security Number. If the entrant does Plaque counties and municipalities to adopta River Valley and the
not have a Social Security Number, Grand National Award Winner: land and water management plan Hood plain in its natural preserve state," I
the number of his parent or guardiar $1,000 Savings Bond at a Feb. 9 meeting in the teaching Graham said. "I am asking for a
will suffice. auditorium at Santa Fe Community cooperative program between state BALDWIN CHEVROLET-OLDS
Each student may submit only one All entries should be postmarked College. and local governments, sharing
entry. before the March 10 deadline. Mail The Suwannee River Resource for
Entries will be judged soley on compliance entries to: Robert Nicholas,1591 Lane Planning and Management Committee responsibilities jff this plan." implementation I Used Car Specials
with contest rules, best Ave. So. 103-C, Jacksonville, FL. will present its plan at 3 p.m. Details of the plan will be explained I
thought process and adherence to 32210. Representatives of five state agen- at the meeting. The state agencies 1977 Plymouth Valore Wagon
theme. Entries are judged by cies will help explain the plan to of-
essay school grade.with winners selected The Fleet Reserve Association is an ficials from the 11 counties and four vironmental involved are the Regulation Departments, Natural of En- I PS. '.. Air Cond., (tack, 6 Cyl.. Auto. Trant.. THE CLEANEST ONE IN

from each group. Local area winning organization of more than 150,000 active municipalities in the Suwannee Resources, Veteran and Community i TOWNI

entries will be forwarded for conSideration dutyu and retired members of the River Valley. Affairs Health and Rehabilitative Was 3595' NOW$3195
at the regional and national United States Navy, Marine Corps Services and the Game and Fresh
levels. and Coast Guard. One of the prin- Water Fish Commission. The 1980 VW Rabbit PickupAir

Suwannee River Water Manage- Cond., St.r.o, Gauges, Only 16.000 mll... llk. N.wl
ment District and the North Central
$61 95
I Florida Regional Council Was 7495oe NOW
Girl Contest Gearing UpI Planning
; 'also contributed to the plan. 1978 Mercury Monarck 2 Dr.

The four municipalities involved in & Cyl., Auto. Tram., land. Top, Rd. Wh..l., Only 50.000 mil... Cl.anl
To date, seven contestants have Tiny Dream Boy, ages 3-6. Mrs. Norman has begun a short the plan are White Springs, Worthington -
signed up for the 1982 Dream Girl! Tiny Dream Girl, ages 3-6. pageantry course consisting of five Springs, Fanning Springsand Was *3995 NOW $349500
Pageant,scheduled for Feb.27 in the Little Miss Dream Girl, ages 7-10. lessons during a three week period. Branfqrd. The 11 counties are
banquet room of Tina's Little Italy Junior Miss Dream Girl,ages 1115. Cost is $15. Interested parties Bradford, Union, Columbia, 1977 Olds Vista Cruiser Wagon
Restaurant on US-301 S in Starke. Miss Dream Girl, ages 1621. contact her at 964-7100, 964-8849 may or Alachua, Suwannee, Lafayette, Dix- PS. '.. Air Cond., AM/FM Tilt Wh..l, Brand N.w Tlr.., Nlc l
ie, Levy, Gilchrist, Madison and
.April Lynn Ruis, age 4', the contact Janet Johnson at 7823220. $31 95
daughter of Gloria Rws, is spon- winner and firstand second- Hamilton. Was '3695" NOW
sored by Carl's Shell Station. runnerup will be chosen in each divi 1978 Chevrolet Impala 4 Dr.
:Corey Thompson, age 3, the son of sion. Winners will receive a crown,
Timothy and Jeana Thompson, is :trophy banner and flowers. PS. '.. A/C Radio, H.at.r, Local) On. Own.r, Only ".000 Mil..I

sponsored by Ralph Goodman, his Runners-up will receive trophies.An INSULATIONSAVE $3895
Was $419500 NOW
grandfather. overall winner will receive a cash
Lesley Dale Padgett, age 9, the prize of $50. 1978 Olds Omega Brougham
of Bonnie THA T EN ERG YHOMECOMMERCIALJNDUSTRIAL
daughter
Padgett of
The dream Girl pageant is sponsored 4 Dr.. PS, PB V6. Auto. Tran, Air Cond., Vinyl Top. N.w WSW Tirol
Hampton, will compete in the Little by The Image Maker, US301N I and Wlr Wh_l Cav.,..This Car Ha Somo MiUi But I I.In Sup.r Condition .
Miss Dream Girl
Pageant.
964-7100). Pageant .
in Starke (ph. !
Raye Padgett, age 3, the daughterof oordinator and director is Mrs. \
Greg and Julie Padgett is spon- $3395
Norman Was 3895 NOW
Debra -
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sored by.the Fife.Bank at Starke.
Kelly/Moore,age 13, the daughter of A photo, application and $25 entry 1980 Chevette 41Dr."Red'B, ; Sliver .of
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moore, Is sponsored fee must be submitted by the Feb. 20 Loaded With Equipment And Only Hos'l/.000 Mil...'Ono Own.rl
by Sonny's B.B.Q. deadline. Entrants may have a t
Kristy Renee Lee, age 4, the business as a sponsor or sponsor Was '5485 NOW $499500
daughter of Linda and Johnny Lee, themselves.The .
is sponsored by Whitehead In- talent portion of the pageant is I ..
surance. optional, but open to anyone who is FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR
Theresa Davis, age 14,the daughter interested 10 HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION -
of Mr. and Mrs. George Trull, is Competition attire will be suit and FIBERGLAS BAT.TS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION
sponsored by Tanner Funeral Home. tie for Tiny Dream Boy contestants, QUALITY INSTALLATION .
Deadline for entering is Feb. 20. short party dress for Tiny Dream F_ t
The pageant is open to anyone ages Girl contestants and long gowns for Pay 0' &iiJI"I"c't..\\
3-21. Dream Girl Contestants ages 721. SAVE 'l'Nil1llt Iay0rt SAVE OS 301 HOKTH PHOIII 96U-7500
Contestants will compete in one of Entry forms are available at Nor ON HEATING '' 964-6956 I ON COOLING
four divisions based on age for girls man's Produce, US-301 N., and the STARKE, FLORIDA
and a single division for boys. the Image Maker, 1209 N. Temple Ave., DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE
divisions area : Tina's Little Italy and Sunshine
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il Outdoor Column possession of indigo Commission's reward fund Wildlife ad- .. ,
Alert '
snakes threatened and birds certain suchas ministered 0\ by;!' ,A' ''i.?} ,:; e NiIC m g! :iN7! } i;, '!:.' .:. .f !ipl'/ is I !'/ )

Endangered mUted the incident, the "white-crowned,, citizen group.' V, :' tr1m-t-, J f \ :", ,"T. .. ..ftl .' Clay Hill Feed Store: : ;

\ was fined $350 and pigeon. Goodson he said said. : ; ,> ;?:'fi iColeniarr! ,Promoted V;!; I',-, : :
I: Wildlife sentenced to attend per- ", 're-v. .. 5095 SR 218 Mlddl burg ,
the Commisaioa'shunter sons reporting violations ; .,' s I' 282.1063 ::
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I Coleman 'a reenlistment supervisorwith
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of law
protectingendangered
educationcourse. ; Thomas son of Ken
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Gets Support 'the U.S. Army Retraining f'
or Our Feed Prices
h"> threatened wildlife neth N.'and Joyce Coleman of Starke, Brigade) at Fort Riley. KN, is a 1968 V'

iA Once endangered or the"The cases remainder involved arrests of- may become eligible Two'cups of water to has the been rank promoted of sargeant in the first U.S.class Army, : graduate of Bradford County High Steer Fat 100 tbs.. . . . 7.45 ':
threatened of for reward from the weigh about pound. School.
species for a i' By the Ton .7.30 '
illegal .
Ills wife, Barbara. is the daughter :
. wildlife the face vanish of the earth from ... .........1 ......I ... ..... a.... Mr., !and Mrs. L.A. Blake of Lawtey. 12% Horse feed too Lbs.. ,.. 8.35
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they might only be By the Ton 8,20.: .


t', reference recognized tbook. in a tex-by I Send a Valentine to 14% Hog Meal 100Lbs.. .the. .Ton. 8.95 8,80, i::

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Florida's Game and --TH 'w

W Fresh Water Fish ) \ OFFICE Scratch Feed so Lb1. ... . . 5.00 5

:>' Commission Is work- I the one love. r i\, SHOP \:\ Cracked Corn Lbs.. . 4.85
ing in a deliberate you ... .. so .
manner to prevent the .". .
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extinction of en- ,.... High Protein 2'.Chott.mlooM..7.90

r... threatened dangered species.and | or. to the one you ;. : _.\.::-.., Dog Ration 21ChaHem50y. . 6.90 ;

"More and more Dog Chunks 21% ChottemSOM. ; .7.75. .
emphasis is being

ment placed of on the endangeredand enforce- ; hate and drive them ; ,: '" i

species regulations threatened as crazy. Steve BroadwayTREE Register Oil & Gas ]

attested the ....... SERVICE
by arrest .. ... .... 308 S. Thompson Street ,' ."s
statistics for the 1981
calendar year" said Removal 964.5888 ..;

Lt Col!, Brantley Trimming Gulf .;:aC !
Goodson director of

the Division of Law A t Free Estimate Lp Gas Fuel Oil L': '. i ii
Enforcement for the ; { i! .'

Commission.He 473.4732 Home Delivery Cash & Carry :
said there were
235 arrests as well as Vs After 5 P.M. ::

262 warnings by state : .:
wildlife officrs to individuals Keystone Heights i Martin and Perfection Heaters '

\ for viola- :
tions of laws protec- ..
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po '"""'
ting endangered and i
threatened wildlife
and species of special 6

concern.He said it is interesting

to note that cI:7'tr: / +TJ
fines ranged from a i.yt

low of $10 to a high of CLIP ADD SEND: PynsfJ
$179 for violating -
speed zones in
manatee sanctuaryareas.

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"Numerous in. '"

vestigations involving r.O .

marine turtles were .' ,'.
made during 1981 In- .' .
cluding arrests of in- : ... ".
dividuals unlawfully .' '"
killing the nesting ,

turtles and unlawfully: .. .
selling their eggs '; : :,,'
Goodson said. f : We're there when you need us. .
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He explained there .
was a total of 29 viola. .. Ready to help with all the arrangements during this troubled

t lions involving en- time ... flowers, funeral services and all the details. Rely '. ..
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dangered and VV on us for advice. ..
threatened turtles including I. :t

other species VV .,

snapping such as the turtle alligator the ., DeWitt C. Jones

Harbours map turtle
and the gopher tor VV Funeral Home i: :

toise.Goodson said Send Check To: \' Starke Keystone Hgts. r t

a not her case involving V Bradford County Telegraph M 964-6200 473.3176
\ endangered P.O. Drawer A T ... :
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species 't.t :.
concerned the V :Stark. Flat 32091 .."S.V : :: :. L". i ..
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southern bald eagle. r ,
"The case was made 'Use Our T" Union ?l

in Dade the County shooting and involved of V Gift of VV County Ads ;

an !inmature bald Love Ads ., I
eagle." 15 Words for ,
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The director explained $2.50.... T WANTEDMOBILE FOR SALE FOR SALE 'ti -:
that the eaglewas H.ICC I 1
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knocked down bya V We will print HOMES WANTED: QUEEN BEDROOM EARLY AMERICAN SOFA '-
but Your ad on cash lor used SUITES27S swivel rocker ." '
shotgun blast V This Year Will pay your $7SFloral sofa $95 contemporary -
managed to fly away February 11th mobile, home Ray Powell $75 queen bed $75. double sofa chair, coffee ., '
World
the
after hitting the .. Let ... .496-3377 TFN 4 16 bed $60. twin bed $45 and two end tables ',..ft
ground. The eagle was Know How Much frost free refrigerator $350. Wood coffee and two'
never recovered. PERSONALSERVICES $175. gas stove $125. end tables $125 wood .791 I
However Goodson ; Maytag washer$175, dryer sofa rocker chair $200. .-:3

said the 80->'ear-old $100 new Simmons dinette, set $65 matching. KCs .

observed defendant shooting who was the .............................. CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES: $175 Beautyrest king bed queen$200. bunk bed Amana washer side dryer by tide 5300$275.ne,* u

Free estimates. Local beds $150 chest freezer (white solid wood bedroom .' ,Iw
and later ad-
eagle ,
distributes, lor completely $150. large upright freezer suite with dresser mirror :*
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washable nationally $250 King bedroom suite" desk chair,'chest nights' *'' nq
advertised Gordsette $300 Maple hutch $125. land $350. color TV $l7!. I \f
I Keystone Heights AdsGENE Draperies saw Enter 755.2397 Providence\ tchg 755.2397 Providence I'ch 'lI'! n.
prises. Ed or Lama 2 ... 24 '\." .n
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Stephen 496-2219 2 1/10 ACRES Available loV
5'1 80TFN. REAL trailer park. Well and 3600 Q XtS

REESE CASH PAID FOR gallon septic tank set-up
MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN PERSONAL YARD SALE FOR RENT FOR SALE ALUMINIUM Cans 21 ESTATE for 'four traders 2 and 1 .2.- _

REALTYGENE SERVICESCAlI' cents. Cooper, brass, bat miles South of lot..Butler i ,
YARD SALE Every Monday 3BR. 2BA. HOME CH/A $350 LOOKING FOR a special : K;
LAKE LOT on sand bottomed tens H and R Block Office on 121 ot Andrews Sub__.
REESE. REALTOR LEGION HAIL SIt.21.Sa'urdav..7 and Friday electric appliances per month lake access lake In Hillcrest., $800 31 S. 6th Street. Mac- piece of property If I Division-1st road on lelt-in
p.m. and Sundays INTI I WORKl furniture, odds 376.0078. tlnchg 2/4 down $116.14 per month. clenny. Florida. Phone don have it. I'll find d-Just front ol Henry Douglos-3rdc .1 TIO.ot .
OAK FOREST:3 BR. 1 BA Remodeling work kitchen and ends. New items ask-.--JANE S. USHER. .
2 to 3. Public Invited. every FURNISHED MOBILE HOMES Phone 473-4058 or 2596992. 4tchg 1 7 1 14 trailer on right. 2tchg 74: '
home on S acres. Live tfnchg 1>* cabinets and trim week In front of Western $130 and up. 473-2879. 473-4367 after 6 p.m. 121 1 '28.PIANOS REALTOR 4962126 or 1 28 neloD
oaks, fruit trees. OVEREATERSANONYMOUS. carpenter Reasonable Auto on SR-21 and C.214. Lake Geneva Mobile Home TUNED AND 4962903. eves, "Your 30 INCH CALORIC 'GAS' d
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGEKeystone -
Keystone schoC I.. .. No dues, prices. Call Ed Dempsey ot Call 473.2658. 2'4 tlnchg Pork. 2/" tfnchg Heights, ownerfinanced REPAIRED: Phone Union County Realtor, tin RANGE Used 1 iA/n
Assumable '/ % lessor 'weigh-ins.! Open 473-7054. 7:30: a.m..5:30: SATURDAY 9 a.m. Iii I p.m OFFICE SPACEfacing 10 percent Interest 4963033. 2lchg2'4211. 3 26.FOR Looks good: best offer.year
$22.000 loan. Owner will meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m. p.m. l/7tlnchg home on East Lakevlew Drive at Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto lots on clear sand All YOU REAL ESTATE Phone ..96.3637. 3lpd 2 4 ,
take $5,000 at 10%, for S at St. Anne's Episcopal BOOKKEEPING In my Jo and Gilbert Reed's.HOMES Andrews Drugs. Call NEEDSCall Venero Brown .
2 II.FREE
Call bottomed lake, priced to HELP WANTED _..
Church I through P'L. 4733562. 4733411. 1 I. .14 ..96.3022. Sandy Hazen
will Keystone Heights.Thursdays / "Ifnchg. '
years Owner consider 4tpd 121211. sell from $9,900. One to ENGLISH IVY: SPECIAL: ;
9:30 Community FOR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS CLUB 496 3994 eve or G.rrll.n.
a.m. '
lease option. lokeaccess Thru Feb. 6. Parkutsonta'Jerusalem :
TIXACO GASlee's five acres overlooking 9100 PER WEEK PARTTIMEAT .
.State Bank of ESTATES, 3 BR, 2 Both Kitchen non 496-3UO. Tiffin and
( Thorn Trees 5 .
36000. SALE available) with )
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Webster.America's
Garage full service, oil HOME
Stork.. Owens, Inc. Realtors Rt. 2
WOODLAND ACRES:3 473-2790 of changes; mechanics on duty equippedcentral' nice trees from $3.500, foremost dictionary It 7 It- tall $7.50. Silver,' ,
BR. 2 BA showpiece.Fireplace. ALCOHOLICS 964 8587. tlnchg 2/4 1ir.... 24 hr, wrecker GOING' OVER SEASMUSTSELL H/A. $325 per References mo. plus $500 down $50 a month company needs tfn Box chg.788 8 lake 6. Butler FL Dollar Eucalyptus trees S5. '...,. :':r:
En.rgy efficient. I. .prv..3 major credit cards, cut. 2 bedroom security.. Commercial frontage-' home workers to update JOHN K. LANGFORD Contrary. Mary Garden SR C:
ANONVMOUScloied 1-468-1573 and 1-4682010. '
1." acre lot. ci.. game room,' pool table 25 house, lake access, Investment opportunity local mailing lists. All Jr.Realtor Associate 121 in LaCrosse. Phon. : ;:
8 1128.2/ "
meetings Monday's < 2tchg '
$69,500. cents : SR-21M.Irass beautiful large woodedlot SR21N. Owner-salesman.. ages, experience unnecessary 462-1561. Itchg 2 4. ;.:
p.m. Opeit'meetings Friday's per game. LAKE SANTA FE, near (496-3814)( ) with AAA RealEstate "
SANDS 475-2901. ",chg assumable 473-4373. tfnchg 2 4 Call (MUST SELL Singer Future' .
SILVER
mortgageat 752.0577
8 j"m. All meetings Earlton 2 BR. 2 Bath. Kitchen Agency announces '
LAKENeat, Furnished at th. Educational 2/4-2/25 9%, call owner washer BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA '."'....5.610. Ext. '005.I nationwide service 900 Dewing Maching, 'c ;
home on clear lake. EXPERIENCED CHILD CARE In 4732735. tfnchg 2/.. equipped access 'lots' from $5.SOO. and r.ferrals since affiliating cabinet and chair $275. ;
Building. Community dryer central. H/A
Assumable $14.000 loen. Church, my home near schools. FOR SALE Lake Geneva $500 down, $71.74 per I INSURANCEMAINES with Independent Maytag washer $175. ... : ;
473-2790 ,
or 'Weekdays til 7 Mobil. Home Sales, $7.770 garage $425 per mo plus month. Discount on entire Phone 49l-2552. Itchg 2.4. .. :
91/4%. Owner will consider 475-2130., tlnchg 2/4 p.m security. References, Realty Marketing Service.TFN .,......:.
second Resonable rates, learning 10'<' down $99 month for 10 acres. One Waterlron INSURANCE AGEN. 2'''. THREE WHEELER 1910 HONDA
mortgage.Good possible rent with option.
I. lot. Call 473-4373. 2'" ATC US: Excellent con- ; :
home. activities, modes Coll 14X50 liberty Double CY 160 S. Lake Ave.. Lake
1-468-1573' and 14682010.2tchg
summer CARS 4 473-7100 Itpd 24HELP wldes starting at $13,993. 128.24FURNISHED One-hall HP Shallow well Butler, 496-3978. Complete UK INTEREST with nomoney dition.. one owner $893 ... .. .i-
S2B.OOO. Come check all of our pump and 42 gal. tank Insurance Service TFN down II you own Phone 9645907. 2tchg..2.4 :;:
We Have Lake lots CAIIN lake -*
on .
TRUCKS1n :models and special prices. $100. Call 473-2329 2tchg your own lot. Call Bob Harris 2'11.
Bldg. lets and Acr.ogeOHice113.7014 Winnot Melroie. $90 per ACREAGE- Classified Ads 'I 1/2 ACRES WITH 1JX4S *
/I Vi miles East ol I Keystone Call acre tracts Save Thousands! Ifyour
utilities included.
mo. **
.r 100. 3/4 Coastal Burmuda hay under MOBILE HOMEs Partially1
on Hwy tfnchg 475-2157 17376256. Get ResultsCall tolollncom. Is "
Dotsun '10. blue 4Dr.; 'WANTEDWOIKING or S3.3OO on acre. Oak Forestarea. have fenced Between Macclenny -
1354 INTEREST with $15.000 we
12821TWO' per year
; Ev..173.3215 A/C. AM/FM radio also nomoney 2tchg Will sell live or 10 Janice for and Raiford. Eugene
q down If BEDROOM mobilehome some 4% money you.
HEROES
CLASS you own
26' motorhome, new tires, acre tracts. Call 473-3302. Combs 259-3994 Itchg
new owning ono upholstry.Call Employment Service. Serving your own lot. Call Bob Harris on lake Geneva. B PIECE' DINING SUITE drop 496.2261 AFFORDABLE HOMES 2, ". t'
.. WANTED 4752678. Will trade I Keystone Heights and Save Thousands! II New carpeting remodeled leaf table-extra lead, six 964.5533.2/04 3tpd 2/18 j 3 BEDROOM, 3 BATH "
WILSON T-2000 tennisracqu.ts for equal value or': land.. Melrose areas, low fees your total Income Is under 473-4165. Itchg 2/. chairs, china cabinet.S150. For Rent CB/BRICK HOMEi With extra '-
USED 3 BR. 2 furnished '
f \ 473.1473.1/7.3/25 chrg $13.000 have BATH Phone "
call 473-2310 or 1 tpd 2/1 per year we 471-3803 FOR RENTTYPEWRITTEIS large swimming pool
mobile home, $220 $30. REWARDFOR
some 4% money for you. per BLUEBERRY PLANTS.large landscaped yard several +';
473 438O after 5:00 p.m.tln
AFFORDABLE HOMES, month I Keystone Heights third year $3.30, Riverland AND ADDING out. buildings, with 2.5 .. I"
964.5533. 3/04 3tpd 3/18 Realty Realtor 473-4961.' Farms, wholesale-retail. MACHINES FOR acres, 'located on SR IB ;
Notice Notice 3/4tfn chg. Weekdays alter 6 p.m and Good Tenants RENT: Union County Times, near Worthington Springs '.
FOR RENT rM00 weekend call 1-468-2769 If you have a steady job 85 SW 2nd Ave, lake Call 490-3625 after 7 p.m. >: ,_
11I11t.r IldflarR'/ |EARLY AMERICAN HUTCH and good credit refer- Butler We also repair office TFN. 2 4.I _'
MOBILE HOME furnished handmade,. cherry finish. I SOO'XJJ' CHICKEN
we'll knock machines, Phone h,
ences, 110
Deadline for a classified ad is TUESDAY NOON, 9173 per month plus SERVICES Never used. $273. Coll each off first third ..9l-2261 for more Informa. HOUSES Metal tin. f: : ;:.
deposit. Call oft.r 4 p.m. (' I 473.1681or. 4734343. ttpd your tion. TFN 10/1. .treated post all ..i7
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preceding Thursday before publication. Becauseof and fifth months rent 31500.00
473-4149 or weekends ORGAN perfect cost MOBILE HOME FOR RENT' 2 m.n' and lumber
increase in postage there will be a new chargefor 2tchg 2/4-2/11 111.1141, $1.000. will take $500. At when paid on time, to bedroom 1 bath furnish. per house Phone 496-3623 .t.
J-BR HOUSE for rent, portly Bi M Baldwin Piano Co.. Call, help us celebrate openIng ed on 1/2 acre ol land. after 7 p.m. TFN 2'4. '" ,, .. .&..
billing. The new charge will be $1.00 for each lurnished. close to school. '111.1282 173.2908.2tchg. 24'2'l1.OPPORTUNITIES of our second phase. !hon.: 4962308. TFN 1/28. ,nr -:. ...
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ad. Send in .your money with ad or'pay for ad '$223 deposit.per. Call month 473-4087.plus of rental units. I UNION COUNTYIA;): '

s when you place it... SAVE $$$'. Minimum charge ,I chg.2/... Repairs Of Maui) Hn, SR Mobile 121 at Home East Village Social Security TIMES 5.

1 $2.50, each word over. 15 is 10 each. MOBILE HOMI 2 IR. 2 BA. ElB.trl. AfBlUMBBSaning INTSRESTEDIn travel'? Classes:a".career start Feb.. In Lake Butler city limits Been DisabilitClaims 496-2261. .
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Niw'cTUsedAntenna's) SATURDAY. FEB. 4i 317 N MIMOSA MANOR MOBIL FIREWOOD. : Oak split' USED ALUMINUM PlATESt24x36" .
SAW SHOP Complet. Broadway, next door Ic HOME PARK mobile homes $43.00 'load $85. cord '
cDIar: I' tv's HAMPTON LAKE LOTS for per ; 2Slcerxts: each Used
; sharpening service, circular County Jail. Itpd 2/04 and spaces for rent. 'In Starke area. Next doorto In printing newspaper.Great .
.at*. Two high and dry 75 hand, carbide, SIDEWALK SALE Everything Recreational' vehicles Morgan Road Baptist for minor repair. trWil1fAar

;:: Sp.2- receiving! ft. 'lakefront 'lots on SR18. chain, mower blade hollow 50 cent to $1. Saturday 9 welcome. Phone 468-2912. Church. 12/17 Hn jobs. Bradford County 1

Chanrler* 30 8 47 $25.000 each. A. J. ground and balanced. AM til 5 PM. Encore, 321 N TFchg 530 CASI TRACTOR Heavy Telegraph 9646305. tin. REALTY

8 39T1n. Thomas, Jr.. P. O. Drawer Leave at Jackson Building Temple Ave. 9645648. HOUSEKEEPING and sl..p- duty Industrial with loader ,:ARPET NEW B USEDI Furniture

i !. 4078, Ft. Lauderdale, Fl' Supply In Starke. Keystone Itchg 2/0 Ing room TV and air. and grade-box. Excellent'' f appliance*. .
;:: om 7 pm sass HnCo 33338. ((305)) 525-0531.1/28 Height or Lake Butler. 'THURS. SUN Four famllie Underwood Motel', 3 miles condition. 750000. Plumb. fixture and pipes., 't" IB

-- tfn TFchg Cloth, electrical' appliance North of Starke on Hwy. 473-4"17.1/1" tin BARGAIN CENTER US-301 I 1

i ''Noce STOP PAYING RENTI! Build ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS *, old glass and 301. 10/9 tfn FIREWOOD Oak and fat So., 964.6679.2/5 tin i iDO.DROPIN i PHONE 964-7776 ""'"

equity and enjoy country ) dishes. Just north of MOBIL HOMESi Highway 16 pine wood. Call 782-3177 BARGAIN. ni""iLiai-

; adlirte) for a classified: living on these beautiful' .Phone 964.5148 or 9647619. Lawt.y on US.301. Itpd and Hwy. 16 and 225. or 7823365.: 1/28 2tpd 2/04 HOUSE' 301 South. 205 N. Temple, StarkeITS

; I is TUESDAY NOON, wooded 18 2 acre home or TFchg 2/04 Clean) Call 468.1323.3/12 HOTPOINT FREEZER Chest 964-6740.,We buy, and sell
SEWING MACHINES SATURDAY. FEB. il 8 AM tll tfn 20 ft. Excellent
mobile home sites conveniently type cu. used furniture and appliance
$ eceding Thursday located 8 miles REPAIREDi All make ??? Lots of mlc. Items 3 BR. 1 IA LIVING ROOM condition. $225. Call *. 8/13 tEnIJECONDITIONED INCREDIBLE I IWE'RE

: fore: publication. from Lake Butler just 16 cleaned oiled and adjusted 513 E. .Adkln St. Itchg dining room 8 kitchen 964.8210 after 5 PM. 1/28 TV'Si Color PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
aUSe of increase in or $15. Work 2/04 central' heat and air. In 10000.
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.' miles from Gainesville In starting
: stage there' will be a guaranteed. James FEBRUARY 6: Saturday. 8:00: Hampton. Phone 4681779. COMMERCIALPROPERTY Trade-in's welcome. Phone SPECIAL

S w charge for billing.e peaceful' Worthington Spr Strickland corner Morgan am til 2:00: pm. Pratt St., ((1st month rent in advance.)57 964-8212. 6/11 tfn SILVER LAKE-83' on water by 325' fenced

| new charge will be these ings. Great lots Investment be divided as Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg yellow house across from ) tfn COME SEE US AT THE HOUSEOF wig ate. Neat 4 BR, 2 BA home. LC.
RENT. 3
may CHAIN LINK FENCE: Install R.c. Center. Furniture, HOUSE FOR .
i LOO far each ad. Send later on. Easy owner financing. ed. Free estimates. Handy. clothes housewareste.. bedroom. 2 bath.. CH/A, BRADFORD MINI BARGAINS line of in clothing Lawl.y.Full : metal bldg. .for boat & workshop.

I your* money with ad Invest in your future, Man Fence Co. 964.8559. Itpd 204FRIDAY. no children, no pets. $325 WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX children and adults at Floating dock.. Covered picnic area. On

j payfor; ad when you call today. ERA Wallace TFpd. 1281.TYPEWRITER FEB. 5t State Rood per month. First and last for sale. 80 pet. bargain prices. 10/22 tfn Paved Rd. 46000. __ _

Ece.ft... SAVE $$$ Cain Realty Inc. 462-3172. REPAIR Call 16, Follow signs. In month rent in advance owner financing availableat NEW BUILDINGS AT FAC
j f mimlim charge $2.50, I tchg 2/04 the Office Shop. 110 W. Raiford. Itchg 2/04 plus cleaning deposit. Call 11 pet. I'/' acres with TORY. All parts accountedfor. Bradford Villas offer new concept In lifestyle with low

ch .vuprd over 15 is 10 Call St., Starke, for details NICHOLS ACRES) 301 Southof 964-7347 or 5332157. 1/21 room for expansion. Phone All structural steel carries maintenance adult housing offering chorm. comfort A

' HOMES 9645764. tfn. Stark.. Friday one tfn owner 473.2735.9/24 tfn full factory guarantee.Buildings I quality together with energy efficiency.
th. GLASS CUT TO ORDERi Saturday, Feb. 5 A 6. Itchg RIVATS TRAILER LOTS In 10,000 * * * *
square
; FOR SALE Door, windows, etc. 2/04 country. 2'/i mile from WANTEDGOOD feet to the smallest 1,200 NEW LISTINGS I
'ot responsible for errors JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Stark. Owner furnishes
ATURDAY. FEB. 6: 9:30: AM feet. Must sell Im
in sd; i is given over the 9646078. Orders also to 5:30: PM. Two 'families water oil other hook-up square mediately./ Will sell cheap. 7.99 Acres on Foriythe Rd. 14' x 60' MH. metal b arn.
>hone: or when copy Is not taken in Lake Butler Misc. Item. Locationwestof are in. Call 9646365. PRICES PAID for used
I b brought the office. "lOVELY CEDAR HOME. 3 BR, Call toll free pecan peach 1 apple trees. Grapevine. $38,000.
_ lllllfd. 2 BA with large rooms. 496-3079 and Keystone Butler Road look for anytime. 10/29 tfn mobile homes If mortgageIs 1-800-248-0065 or Lots 63 i 65 on Cypress St. Crystal Lake Homeiites Lake
Fireplace. 12x20 screened: Heights 4734973. 2/26 ignt. 1 Itchg / <1HELP LAKEFRONT RENTAL 2 BR, 1 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S 1-BOO-248-0321. Ext. 777. access. $4.900 each..
tfn. BA on Crosby Lake. Partially MOBILE HOME SALES
CARS
porch. Privacy garden. 1/21 S 2/11 pd EXECUTIVE HOMES
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK furnished. One .
TRUCKS Many extras. One yr. old. yrs.lease. 9645606. Open 7 day MOBILE! HOME POLES: 100 Handsome, new brick 3 BR, 2 BA home in Connerly
SERVICE: Bradford County S223 per mo. WeigelRealty. weekly TFchg
Assum. 11 V4 % amps $135; 200 amp Estates. Fireplace appliances. Excellent Insulation.
mortg.
residential pump-outs, WANTEDNEEDEDISole.p.opleUc.n. Inc., 282-9201.1/28 AXLES TIRES 2 axl.s + 4
Call .
$225.
after 5 PM. 4737059. 1/21 anytime Luxurious brick home near Country Club. lots of
It FORD LTD: Burned: In- $50. We also re-lay drain tin tire*. We pickup $100; tfn
964-6365 Sparke.10/29
I tenor. Sell for parts. Phone tin lines. Phone 9648121. .- FURNISHED APARTMENT You deliver $125. Olin. GAS storage. 3 BR. 2 BA well designed. Priced right

[464-2185 after 6 PM. 12/17 12% INTEREST with no 5/28 TFchg.PROFESSIONAL. .d to sell real estate by On. bedroom living room Mobile Home Sale, Hwy. electric HEATERS stove: gas misc.stoves furniture ; Stunning 4 BR, 2'BA brick home wI pool. deck paved

I Ho*, money down If' you own Car Clean- Stole of Florida. Call JanetM. Ig. kitchen and both. Ph. 100 W Stark. 964-5606. lamps.: Call drv'wy study LR, FR w/fireploce on lac. overlookinggolf

I NOTHING FANCY just your own lot. Call Bob Har. Ing Service Cleaned Starling, Realtor, 964-6234. 237 S. ThompsonSt. TFchg 9646365.: 10/29 tin course. Appliances, 2830 sq. ft.

[dependable troniportatloh. rls, Save Thousands! If washed glazed 7823931. 1/28 tin 1/28 2tchg 2/04 CASH PAID for aluminum FIREWOOD: White oak and Magnificent Ig. home In Country Club Estates 3 BR. 3 BA

[ 1970 VW Bug. good your total Income Is undo vacuumen sanitized and 'Information on ALASKANand 1 MI. S. OF STARKE: 3 BR, 1 can. 21*. Copper bran pine, $5 truckload: HUGE FR w/fireplace on 2 lots.

[gciij; mileage, almost n.wtlr" $15,000 per. year, we havi deodorized. $7.00, pickupand OVERSEAS employ. BA concrete block home, 4 and batteries. H & R Block Oak ..x..'..per$30 half cord. Conventional home in Geneva Lk. Estates 5 BR, 2'". BA
I ., looks good. All some 4% money for you delivered or your ment. Excellent Income yr*. old(i'on' one acre of office 31 S. 6th St. Mace Call Sunshine Acres sunken FR w/fireploce: LR; DR: 3/4 ac. wooded lot pv'd

[needs repair, $995. 1974 El AFFORDABLE HOMES place. Call 964-7226 ask potential.' Call ((312)) wooded land. Large pecan clenny Florida. Call 964-7699 or come out between drv wy, excellent financing.

[Camino Classic, radio, 9645533. 2/04 3lpd 2/18 for Dennis. 12/10 tfn 741-9780, Extension 4258. tree $250 per month 2596992. 1/07 tfn 9:30: a.m. and 2:30: LAKEFRONT

[heat, air power steering FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS 1/28 4tchg 2/18 plus $250 security deposit WE BUY ANY SIZE hardwoodor p.m. and will 'load for Neat Clean brick duplex on Kingsley lake. View)I.Toplcallot

[ brakes limited slip differential MOBILE AUTO MECHANIC Ex. Nancy Crutchfield cypress trees. Now I I. you. 1/28 tfn on beautiful Lake Geneva. Only $24.200.
( rear end. Good 144 W. Call St. perienced. Call Working 372-237.2/0 3tchg 2/18 the time to turn your
HOMES IOHNSON OUTBOARD Cute I coiy board and batten cottage on lake Brooklyn
,(tires. $1.595. Phone '...-7303 Class Heroes Employment MOBILE HOME: 2 bedroom, cypress ponds and hardwood
; motor 10 hp 1975 model. Home on crystal clear Silver Lake. Pretty lot.
4 431-1114 after 5 p.m. 1/21 FOR SALE OpenT.WBF9t115:30 Service, 4734472. tchg 2 both. Wlndmeadows stand Into cash.
Good condition $350 Run-
; Custom built 2-sty. home on Little Lk. Santa Fe 2 Ac
tfnt& 2/04 Trailer Park (near U of F, Mutual' Lumber Co..
About boat 60 Evinrude
hp
Bedford Ik.-Owner fin. home w/30dO ft,
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REPROSESSIONS: Department Thurs. 11 am tll 7 HOUSEKEEPER: Monday Galne.vUl.Call ((813)) 9647490. 1/21 4tchg 2/11 motor trailer $650. Call garagew.ffic.
of Correction Credit I9BI MOBILE HOMES: Sat. 9 til 3 PM 6352481. 2/04 120 ft. on water.
am Wednesday and Friday 1 Itchg HELP) I Need A Job! Experienced 964-8482 after 5. 1/28
Union UCI. Contact Mrs. payments starting at AppointmentsNot to 5 PM. Must have own SHOP FOR RENT 108 E. Call equipment 2tchg 204PORTABLE BUY NOW PROFIT LATER

.Srtufford 431-1212. ext. $147.00 per month. John Always Necessary car. Call 9646539. 1 Itchg St. Ideal' for pawn shop. mechanic. DOT Over the TV: Color. 13". OWNER FINANCING. In lawtey. 3 BR. CH A. appro.

1313.: 1978 Mercury Bobcat, Brown Mobile Home 1/07 tfn 2/04 \ Carpet, heat and air, $205 Road experienced; Low. antenna rotor; TV antenna 1500 sq. ft. stucco home on 1 ac., pv'd. drv'wy garage

[$2200. 1978 Pontiac Iran- Center. 4733775.49I HOUSECLEANINGi Port 3LAN: MILLS has six immediate per mo. 9647189. 2/04 Boy experienced; exp. or. ; Ford F-150 truck. 1981 Commerclal-250' on Hwy. 301. Owner financing.

[sAm $4000. 1981 Chevrolet 16'/I' "Price Leader of time Student. Available openings for 2tchg2/ll 105125155. Transmission Pwr. str. and brk.. AM/FM 809 N. Weitmoreland-Nearly new Assum mtg.

I Chevette, 5800. Also ace the South" with the lowest afternoons. 964-5063 telephone' consultant NICE ROOMS FOR RENT Cat. Detroit Cumminsand 8-track stereo A/C. Excellent commercial prop. Many uses. Approx. 1 ac

I tepting bids on the followkib rate .of 16 1/2 percent! References. tpd 204BRADFORD.GARBAGE Morning and evening shifts Colored TV and air. $.tO per Mack. Write Paul sliding glass window ep w/155 ft. on 301. Steel bldgs. Extras too numerous to lit!.

: : 1'V1I'hrysler_Cor-. .Large-celectiorr of 12,- 14 SER.. available. Excellent opportunity week and vpwWall to wall McDonald P..O.. Box 279.Lawtey. bumper cruise ..cpntrol.Take -_ .CStntferciol, lot with 120 W"'on US301. Good buy!

I'doba, minimum bid $700VM78 : __and_ 2{Cyid!'!.!s.Fsctpry! .owxt. VICE: We pick up twice a'weekT$6"per ) for the housewife to carpet. Call 964-9942. ask"... 32058.. : r/28 3tpd over payments. Call lar-oekCB Home on 20 ec. SM 8. Must sacrifice:: Make Of
iA Maadarminimumbld;-- ed and operated. COMMUNITY monfh.: Call get out of the house."Also for Jan. 2e4tpdn223PINEBREEIE 2lF"xENCORE" 964-6604 AFT6 '-'iprn. 1/28 f.r. 5 T
t 200. Credit Union 9646167. anytime 1/21 with fuel efficientcar SUBDIVISION CONSIGNMENTShop '
MOBILE HOME person 2tchg 204Classified Geneva lake Estates-Beautiful wooded "> ac lots
,. the right to refuse 6tpd 225GENERAL GR 1'/ BA, CH/A, stove
.reserves SALES or motor bike lor night Is now accepting sprIng Clean neighborhood w/rolling hills. Tennis courts
Highway 301-N
'oi y and all bids. 1/21 AUTO MAINTEN delivery Must have and refrigerator. $250 per and summer items on
Starke. Ads 7TH Day Advent Church. Rd. 230 A.
*hg 2/04 Open 7 day a ANCE. Pick up or delivery. knowledge of surroundingareas. mo., first and 'last month consignment. No wrinkle, ,
Melton !
615 Terrace-See
'f>6 DATSUN pick-up with week. 964-8741' 10/29 tfn. 24 hr road service, day or Apply In person to in advance. Call 9645904. hole or stains. 9645648. Get Results to Appreciate
Bessent Rd.3 Z BA. Great location.
BR.
I ol I boxes and bins $1850. Ph. 9647553. 2/04 .n
night. ttchg2O.t Mr*. Bryan, Best Western Itpd
2/04 GENERAL bedroomunfurnished I Ii .Acreage-Dovis St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park? :
,11473.4876. Itchg Motel beginning Feb. 08, 120 MYRTLE ST 2
t''.i PICK-UPS from 334 N. Myrtle-Conv.nient and reasonable
CARS REPAIRS after 9 AM. (Please, no apartment.
-. 'IS' Available at local Roofing Painting phone calls to the motel ) $195 per month. Call i tL.-/ / CA. .5 Acres near Hampton. Well elec. pole septic tank
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Auctions. For Diree- TIM'SCabinet 964-8944 after 6 PM. 2/04 4.78 Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.
Henry Hodges 2/04 2tchq: 2/11 t..<" /
,. ry, call 8056876000. Ads tfn I .40 Acres New River, High and rolling.RealtorAssoclotesAlter .
782.3463 ShopREMODELING Classified
., t. 1211. Call refundable. Realtor!!> Hours
call after 4 & Get Results OFF HWY 301 3200: sq. It. .
28 2tpd 2/04 p.m. i DRY Wayne E. Douglas Broker-Salesman 964 6S93
warehouse with retail
t\1 4 MAVERICK body part. WALL SERVICE. 904-782-3931 Fred Sackett Broker-Solesman 468-1664
and/or office .
3: II 9647189. 2/04 2tchg I 'Specializing in formica space.Loading 964.7176 Martha Dorko-782-33f
Byron Terwlllegar-
ct 11 Window Shitld cabinets. Excellent FutureFor docks. Call HANDYMAN SPECIAL' on voluoble' Madison St. property .
Anne Terwillegor N l on47Sl677Classified
9645294. I 204Beat
FIREBIRD 400 Pontiac Wiper RefjltJ,49 Free estimates. a woman who is not tchg (rwo homes for sole.' Borh-$22.500. .

.. glne. Ojspeed, Mag satisfied with just a job, SOMETHING DIFFERENT In a home In Strawberry Acres."YOU Ads Get Results _
964-8253 I look
I but one whose ambitionand ow. It to yourself ro 6000.
the ColdGet CLOSE TO HOSPITAL On. acre kom.sfte
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.000. Must see to j
apo1q Muffler & desire far exceed fenced
Sern'd. porches ,
HOME for rot. couple.
Itchg04 firewood LOVELY LEE CASEYCONSTRUCTION
reciot.ri73.2736, her your early,
vS\ !/ JVl', Discount I Parts IRS TAX FORMS giving you a present or past Oak or Pine, $40. pickup yd.. worfcshop. More. 45000. 30 Ac. .
"Ml 5 BUICK CENTURY" : Fouren headache? Let us do them employment., This -iM COUNTRY 6 Ac. SI0.2oo10 Ac.-$23.000.;
24 load $70 cord.
ew tire, tune up. $1250 Hours for you From $15. woman will be past 25, or per ,S21.ooo. lar. 'lowtev oeeo. 2 wells, $2.300
oD 9645677Umerock Williams Call Thomas Nettles I PERFECT / HOME SITE 10 Ac., born and more. mfilTT ......
Bookkeeping, have
ash. Call' 4+ 2.04tchg
481-2610. prestige:
appearance mobile home CH&A onLy *
Lake Butler. lovely 3 81t. 2 BA Additions
ACKt WITH Remodeling :
.tf! 2<,'ljt 9647189. 2/04 2tchg 2/11 able to ;
GOODMAN CAR WASH: 496-3738 $33,000. *
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manage and supervise MICHAEL B. COONEY New Construction
Wash wax and vacuum /lOtfn: ,
(inside and out), $15. Corner people, able to visualizean Reader Associate Home 964-8827 Call for FREE Estimates

I LOST/FOUND A-1 Top Soil e SR-16 and 301, Signal income from $15,000to I I "

- Station. 9648283. 2/04 tfn $18,000 the first year. I Carpentry Work : P. O. DRAWn M. Hwy. 301 S. lAVVTEY. 32058 t 533.2082

r20J DralnfleW Rock All TYPES of Income Tax For interview Glen Nettles & -
pSTt Walker Hound In San. appointment .- -. -- of
ot pa Fe Swamp area HI & Lawn Sand Returns 15% discount to send brief resume Arthur Masters :
tsri female trl-colored brown all Bradford County .
.erfvn sod sharp, face special e Building Sands residents. Call me at home immediately to Aubrey r Free Estimates Shop & 'Compare!! N :
Creations P.O. Box ,
after 2:30 and all =
,Low Prices
narking on right hip. Call Insurance for
Any amount. Special
collect 4733237.204 2tpd weekends leave 1192 Orange Park, Excellent References !

2/11 '. ,' Delivered or UhaulPh. message jerry lawson Florida 32073. 964-5135 or 964-5882 Mobile Home Parks

Hs 782.3172 INCOME 9646927.TAX Itchg SERVICE 2/04 Call "All types of homeowners 12 % INTEREST .

" s Mobile,Homes Allen E. TaylorClassified 473-2083 J. R. Kelly evenings.964-6374 office Office: c... PROFESSIONAL! TREE SERVICE mobile homes.policies ,for

Moved 'located at 393 N. TempleAve. All Types Insured vII

;...: ocal or statewide} ] I I ..,. Starke. 2/04 2tpd FREE BSTIMffTHS> .* Call for Quote Everyone Qualifies .. Seller Financing
Ads
':rw oves. Set-up & connections 2/11 Olln's Mobile
. ] \ f f. Call Thomas D. NettlesIUth SAT.FEB. )
?.t;:: done. Call] ; Get Results TRACTOR WORK: All types Home Sales ,
.- ;" 11-462-4587 evenings. mowing disking ..tc.Gard.nlng 496-3738 Lake Butler
: I from preparingto Elaine M. Olin Agent 13th J.Ii

-:: 1 planting. Call 964-5219, .
964.5606 .
Mary KayCosmetics i ii Classified Ads "We Pickup. Butcher Chill. Cut and Wrap" I 4t 10:30 a.m. a.

Get Results I Inspect from 9 JTI. 9
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Starling er .HMvy Equipment WALDO Other time*, ,)
::: 473-3092 ....ran LeaIIy Coles Roofing Drilling Sold theauctioneer ,

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w ves. & Weekends 1IS.>41 MMSSS3 I 4 WaterproofingNew ET 2" thru 6" MOTEL 375-66001


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; FOR SALE Cool Seal State Uctnsed : 10 YEAR I Property will be offered in 3 separate 25% -

All type of repairs . . . . I and whole
parcels, in groups as a
. 216 I. Washington St. FINANCING DOWN
creek. 2 Ac.'in woods. Open Monday Saturday
I 10-14 ACRES rolling dawn to State License
, Stark. Florida. SM91 Pumps
:E:: Near SR-791-1 SR-1B. Owner Financed. $1200.00 p.roJ FREE Estimates 944-4725 . . . . U) y.Mrt at 12" .. interest $2500 binder per parcel fit the auction.Ditlnncf ili:

:: acre. I 964-7322 9646064m New & Used ot 2b '. due l closing by March 12. 1982.4.
y '3/2 HOME I-plus acre. Beaullfullu decorated. Fenced -
" bock yard. New roof, Owner Financed. STROUT REALTY, INC. SalesePartsoServiceEZ -. EXCELLENt PROPERTV 1':1:,
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= .6Vt ACRE!. $11.$00.00 CASH. Near Raiford. Broker TermsPlumbJling FOR BUSINESS

| .3 ACRES with mobile home pool and cabana. 64.U, [f1jRt .Lorraine Champion. Assoc. . . .. 'i 'AND/OH RESIDENTIAL

S:: Open Bern shelter. Owner financed. RECOVERY ust:
. : EXTRA LARGE HOME ((3,000 sq. ft.) with odd'I.! lot op US N. T.mpl.Av.. ALL FURNITURE A

:i Lion Located lake Avenue. $27.'00.00 owner financ ROOMThe I Phone 964-I911) Or . . . . .? CONTFNTS COME

.e w: ed. Recovery Room of "' ", 'ng..73-M96 J New Installation V PHFPAR8.O TO BUY'i
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3/J HOME extra
; on Archie Tanner Funeral Remodeling RepairDue'r4tznce i Of ATION In W.ildo. Fiends on wi-st sid* ol US 30l
:::1 Super neighborhood. Hoe fireplace and green house. Home '2l2-Beouliful' brick 3 IR, 9 BA home. REDUCED. . ... . . .

. :V WANTED 964-5757 Starke, Fl Assumable mortg. Must see to appreciate. Make appointment
,' .80 to 300 ACRES planted pine or suitable' far pine today) 69900. .
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'300 to 1.000 ACRES. Buyer will pay CASH er term '2OoC.. BR, 2 BA brick. Walk to everything) Assumoblemortgage. -

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a 'pjtology,Students Bradford County Hospital and Camp show a slide presentation and discuss Feb. 5 is DeadlineFor The instructor would welcome input Director Ted Ogelsby and the faculty -
. To"Enter CompetitionBetty Blending. career opportunities in fashion in- next GED Test from local establishments. Call and staff wish to welcome two new
Also, Carolina Truck Lines, Crosby stitution and fashion merchandising. 964-6150 for further Information.( faculty members: Sybil Gay and Lin-
Stevens took her students to Manufacturing, Davis Truck Lines, Anyone Interested is welcome to at The next GED is Feb. 15-19th. da Pfenniger. '
1 St. Petersburg, Jan. 30 through Feb.2 Department of Corrections, DuPont tend. Deadline for registration Is Feb. 5. Vo-Tech Rated Tops
for,the Florida Cosmotology Association and Farm Bureau. April -23 and June 21-25 are the next By Vets AdministrationThe Sybil Gay has joned the Com-
t Show. Also, Georgia Pacific, Harbor testing dates. merical Vehicle Driving Department
Richard Merritt,a Vo-Tecllstudent, Chevrolet, Harbor Datsun, Hayes 40 Staff Members Sharon Gruenwald of the She has been driving commerciallysix
I Is entered in two phases of Cosmetology class passed her state Veteran's Administration has with the last
compeUI Electric, Hercules, Holiday Inn, Complete CPR CourseThe years two years being
I tion'*a )the show. For the Nostalgia Hunter Marine, ITT Rayonier and board. Congratulations Sharon. rated the Bradford-Union are Voca- with Ryder Truck Lines. Sybil is the
I competition, Richard will be doing a Jacksonville Shipyards. Bradford County School person- Drafting Class has designed a new tional Center the best vocational first female truck driving instructorin
1 Gibson Girl hair style. Susan Wicker, Also, Loops Greenhouses, Marine nel have recently completed the certification letterhead for the Vo-Tech stationary. center in the State. The rating was the State and qualified addition to
. a hairstylist from the Looking Glass Fabrication, Nationwide, Owen Joist, program for CPR at the Vo- Commercial Vehcile Driving is now based on an annual review of all programs the staff. She resides in Archer,
; Styling Center in Starke and a former Pantry Pride, Lines,and Tech. Instructors for the Jan. 4 and 22 entering a new class every four and student follow-up surveys. Florida.
Vo-Tech Student,will be the model for Starke Nursing Home. course were Cliff Chapman and Scott weeks. Class length is still eight Starke Vo-Tech graduates had the
Linda has started the
: the Gibson Girl Taylor. Those receiving certification weeks, but the double session will cut Pfenniger
competition. highest of
Bear Sunshine
Also Sugar Nursery, percentage job placementin
from the American Red Cross and Commercial Cooking and Baking Pro-
:HaiPv tyles are judged on artistic Acrs, Sunshine Florist, Terra Berra down the time on the waiting list. Call work fields in the State. The Commercial She has been in the County five
American Heart Association were: gram.
; the Vo-Tech for further details.
ability, the itself and
style
suitability Ford, U.S. Vehcile had
Nursery Terwlllegar Driving Program
. Home teacherat
' to the model. Susan's and Adele Mitchell, Thomas L. Casey, Tom Bailey has graduated from the years as a Economics
clothing Solar.
highest placement overall.
, Jr., Sandra Thomas, Brady Bradford High School She
makeup are also judged in relation to There may be others in the area Carpetnry. Good luck on hi new
Ft Lauderdale
Gail taught
Greathouse Martha
Floyd, and previously in
th$ Nostalgia style of the 19001910eta. employing our graduates that we are career. 2 New InstructorsJoin
Smith. The Carpentry class will be con- She resides in Starke and is the
not aware of. Please let us know we Also, Buel Hudson, Ruby Thomas, Vo-Tech Staff daughter of Director Oglesby
structing a roof over the city dog
, ;Jtichard has also entered the men's have omitted you so we can add your
, hdH cutting competition. Norman name to our list, Mary McCloud, Glory Jackson, pound. The work is expecting to be n---- ...-
is the model. A "Look of Verdell Hall, Yvonne Long, Joy competed on February 1.

Eon will" will be in be casual the style attire.of cut.The Micro Computer to be AddedTo Tetstone Also, Becky, and Ann Dobbins Ricks., Eddi Joyce Cooking Baking Class Starke Family Planning Clinic
Sexton, Cole Childers, Owen Hoover,
and the hair will be Open to IIS Students
rripdel style judg- Electronics Instruction, Barbara Casey, Edna Allen, and Vera | Outpatient Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied) and Vasectomies
eqj on the same criteria as the High school and adult students may -
Electronics Technology will be ad Adams.
Nostalgia rRichard competition.Merritt ding a micro computer to the program Also, Janet Kimutis, Sylvia Red enroll in the new class available one- for purpose of Sterilization
to return
expects Student enroll at dish, Geraldine Tomlinson, Joe Watson half or all day
training area. may
th> trophy for the No Hospital .
competition to any time. Booker T.Hunt,Alfred Mclntoch, Linda Pfenniger, the instructorsays stay necessary.No
Starke that was won by Glenda Epps and Bill Woodard. the program will emphasize
Job with the
< opportunities new Abortions
I in;:I977. Glenda is a former Vo-Tech performed
catering and restaurant associated
training will include computer Also,Julia Ripplinger,Jan Morrow,
student and winner in the
Association occupations. A unit on fast foods will Call
shfow.4 maintenance and programming in Jacque Eason,Joan Hall,Carolyn An-
; automated industries or in any com try, June Norman, Patty Anders, and also be included. Commercial Baker
Vo-Tech StudentsTo puter oriented field. Romona Jordon. techniques will be taught. 964-6500
The course will cover digital logic, .
be in State Fair trouble shooting and maintenance and .. "
,. JJorticulture students will be par- programming. Industrial automation
ipating; in the plant show at State techniques will also be included. Call
Fair in Tampa, Feb.3 through 14.The 964-6150 for further information.
students participating ae Bev Hoyt, '
Ffoyd Jacoby, Elizabeth Hodges,Barbara Miscellaneous News der ills ar S' "TAJLFORD
Rasnick, Norma Coleman;Jenc Feb. 7.13 is Vocational Education
Keene, Shavon Cooper, and JaneKjtrchaine. Week and the Statewide Theme is
"VocationalEducation Keeps
:There are 67 plants entered in the America Working." Governor Robert
statewide competition. Graham has issued a proclamation in
support of this special week for Voca-
[ tional Education.
lMTS Features
Placemats will be distributed to
{individualized Instruction local restaurants in observance of
f"The individualized manpower training Vocational Educational Week. The
system (IMTS) lab features individualized placemats were designed by the Vo-
( instruction specializing Tech Drafting Class.
I reading. The Vo-Tech Center is preparing an
1$ Lab credit can be used toward a informaiton sheet on the school. The
{duct high school diploma or personal data sheet will be mailed, distributedto
Efejnprovement.students high schools and local fairs.A brief !
may use the lab to( prepare description of programs offered,
I Sop college in English and Math or to schedules and other valuable Infor-
fcrprn good study habits. mation is included.
,,\ EngliSh as a second language is also Horticulture is now open to studentsall .Rebate_ !!
'. taught in the IMTS lab. day. Students may attend one-half
wf h Students have also learned to readin or full day. A special class to ac-
'" the lab or'remediate inMath andEflglish. comodate high school students has \\\\\\\\\ \\\
'. ; been opened Fifth and Sixth periods.
/Bernice Bateman is the lab coor- Contact the Vo-Tech for further infor-
dinator and Sandee Hall is the mation.
*-p -paraprofessional. They, can help The Vo-Tech is in the process of applying -
IttTdents evaluate their need to fit the as a candidate for accreditation -
ndividualized learning situation.. with the Committee on Occupa- V
tion Education Insitute of the
Southern Education Insitute the 4y
jlmjiloyers Spotlight. Southern Association of Colleges and .
Bradford Union Area Vo-Tech. Schools. The self-study process is expected -
i "'lJl fer would like to recognize the to begin next fall. Means You SAVE I _. "- --- ---- tiI
following companies who have hired Spring semester has started but -
graduates in occupations for students may enroll at any time.
I bflPhich they were trained. Classes are structured to all studentsto Hundreds off Dollars rr r yI
r "Vocational Education Keeps enter or graduate at any time of the
i America Working" is the theme for year. For more information call
Vocational Education Week, but 9646150.
-Employer support of vocational $WROO Rebate v
'Education is significant to our Fashion Institute on ,

tynorking graduates.together Business for mutual and education benefit. To Wednesday Visit Center, Feb. 10, 9:3010:30a.m. : : Iu 1981 & 1982 Ford Trucks y _

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BikAce Hardware, Area Cablevision, Clothing Construction CLass. :
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j I came to SR-100)( turned souU-..nd toe-juvenile. He was charged with of assault on a law enforcement of- On Thursday Inmate Steven Dwight From cars Broward. es County ng, 'Taylor ;is
t Tardy Student traveled to SR-18 which he traveled< grand:theft and was released In the ficer by jury Wed.,Jan. 27, in Brad- Lacey Belle was found guilty as serving 129 for robbery
I I 1" Steals a Tractor until he arrived in Hampton. From custody of his parents. ford County,Circuit Court. Charged of battery upon a law en- Taylor will years be sentenced at a later
I there he drove the tractor to US-301, Melson recovered his tractor in Collier was charged with two countsof forcement officer. date on the.weapon's charge.
I Instead getting on the school bus turned south and went to the pYdJIq l I;" gQod. condition); The check and money battery upon a law enforcement of. During the evening'meal Sept. 9. .i!
: Thursday, Jan. 21, a 17 year oldjuvenile Flea Market.At were also recovered according to facer;he was found guilty of assault(a Belle became beligerent and startedcausing Scheduled :'for trial Jan 29
,
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! ; got on a tractor belonging to Deputy Greg Nicols.Inmates lesser included charge). trouble. The officers attempted
; Billy Mellon and took the long way to the flea market the youth offeredto Serving a life sentence from Dade to Isolate him from the other in Troy Glenn Sims, an inmate at'
j UM Waldo Flea Market. sell the tractor saying his father Stand TrialIn County for 1st degree murder, Collier mates. Belle slugged an officer in the Lawtey Correctional Institute ,
was selling out his farm equipment.A was charged when he attacked of- hallway as he was being moved from Sims pled guilty on Monday! of
The youth drove the tractor from possession of more than 20 grams,of
Circuit Court
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deal was made youth the dining
ficers as they attempted to move him area.
; the pasture shed thru at Melson's a gate, down home Ellington, thru a a check for $1,200 and $1,000 in cash.. :, Three Inmates of Florida State to a new cell assignment. He was be Belle is serving 35 years for robberyand substance cannabis!and, Methaqualone.possession of controlled, .
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Road to SR-US. He turned off SR-16 The youth called a cab, but then hitched '''Prison were on trial last week all ing moved due to his distruptive a life sentence for 1st degree Sims .was sentenced by< 'Judge
SR230. He ride back to Starkest Before found guilty and all three asked behavior refused and the officers had murder from Dade County.
onto Flume Roa4 going to a : t were Belle will be sentenced the bat, Wayne M. Carlisle to three months to
t traveled'SR-230. turning onto Colley noon he was la school. K .i r the court for sentencing at that time. to move him forcibly. on run consectively with the sentence he
Collier will be sentenced for the tery charge at a later date.
r Road until he'came to Geiger Road. discovered the I is
: When the theft was j.i'j now serving.. .
He then traveledGriffis until he ,. : .David Lee Collier was found assault conviction at a later date.
: Loop investigation soon lead to the arrest of Iv guilty "
: Friday, Jan. 29, Lewis Taylor Jr., Crime Scene ,
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weapon into
t\I Ir. broken
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by a state prisoner was found guilty.
r. sometime during the night of Jan. 19;
Taylor was charged after he stabbed -
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another inmate several times witha Missing approximately
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of the clothing U
taken the knife away from the inmate Inventory
during a dispute, he was subdued by not complete at this time according
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$ of the Palms Church. ?: ,
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v ti dent of Route 1, Box 190, Starke, died I Survivors include a sister, Mrs:
1 3 $-1 early Tuesday Morning Feb. 2, 1982 al t: Ena McLachlan of Trinidad, West Indies .
r. ROLLS I the Bradford County Hospital follow-. ,and two nephews, L. Robert Bat
_,. TG&YFoIIWr.p12"x833ydl.Culter' 3 $"fl save ing an extended illness. son and Norman T. Batwm, both of
ff J box. Reg.WMCh.Umlt3. FOR I 33% Mr. Morgan was born and raised i in, Miami. :
t Flatwood Ala, and was the son of the 1
.: Aunt Lydla'a Rug Yarn 7( Funeral services were held at::: :4pm.
yd.skein.100%Kodel poly late, Charles and Addie Vick Morgan, ., Saturday in the Park of the
ester.Reg.. Limit 12 former pioneer residents of Alabama. Palms Chapel with Mr.-John Meyer
68 .97 .97 Mr. Morgan was employed as a and Mr.James Gilbert officiating.' In-
farmer and also worked with Vann
Superl"rtend.V'enS..wbenyShortcak.' .) Mickey Mouse VeJ- terment was in Keystone Heights
Lumber Company in Jacksonville
tlneI28.uperw.ys Valentlnt' Your entlne.LelMlckey Cemetery with arrangements by
to say "Happy ValChlld'a favorite! 30 send your child'. before his retirement. He was a DeWitt C. Jones Funeral home,
entines, Day cards. greetings along to member of the Whitehouse Baptist Keystone Heights. .
frl!! S -, .Church. .'
| Mr. Morgan is survived by two

**' daughters: Mrs. Lillian Hannah, Randolph W. Geiger -:.;
TISSUEQQ 'Vi'-* > *' >. Starke, and Mrs. Bernice Conklin, Randolph William Geiger, 67;*of
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#. r. Melrose; one son: Mr. William F. Starke. died in the Alachua General

"Bill" Morgan, Jacksonville; two Hospital,Jan. 26, following an extended -
j ? ? brothers: Mr. Pete Morgan illness. .:
save WAV Alabama Mr. Cleveland Morgan of Mr. Geiger was born April 30,1914,
mSyJ 26% Carbon Hill, Ala.; two sisters: Mrs. in Starke. He was a retired city
: Minnie Wilkerson, Arlington Ala., employee with the City of Tampa:.-
}s bay BathroomTbeu. 2 $5 save and Mrs. Daisy Cooper, Mobile. Ala. Survivors include his wife Mrs.
w 6 roll., 330 two ply tissues
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--1-, .. $ .Reg 133 Limit FOR 11 grandchildren and 14 great Nona Bradley Geiger, Starke; two
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t M Bed Pillow Standard alze grandchildren, and 1 great-great- daughters Mrs Phyllis Almanca
sy *.i,' with ell cotton ticking. grandchild also survive. Brandon and Mrs. Shirley Belcher; I
pl l Reg. 2.97 Graveside funeral services will be his mother Mrs. Jesse Faircloth of

conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday at Starke;' three sisters, Mrs. Lucille
Pinkston Cemetery in Duval County Anderson, Mrs.Jeannette Alkire, and
with Rev. E.C. Harvey officiating. Ar- Mrs. Elsie Ormond all of Starke; and
.57 3.37Tiny chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starkeis seven grandchildren.Mr. .

Tiny Conversation My Val in charge of arrangements. Geiger was cremated in
Heart A variety of enNMH.artBoxAn Gainesville.
taatyll.vorslndmes- assortment of delicious L.G. Young
sages of love 7 oz chocolates 14

i oz. I, L.G..Young, 49, i of Hemmingway, Card Thanks, .-
1 I S.C..died Jan. 21 of a.heart'attack The family-of the late-Margaret B. .
enroute to a hospital.Mr. Jackson wishes to thank all'our '".
Young is the father of Mrs. friends for the many expressions of
6 $1 Your Sheryl Herndon of Lawtey. sympathy during the long illness and
FOR Choice Funeral services were held Jan. 23 loss of our loved one. Your sharing our
'Bar Hershey'schocolate at Morris Funeral Home in Hemm loss was deeply felt and appreciated.
Candy ingway, S.C. Burial in
I 10 plain or almond 94 was Young
or Kit Kat. Or B Cemetery in Hemmingway.
Reese's peanut butter TOftY Spray Enamel Suvivors include three sons,Gordon Card of Thanks.
Young and Ronnie both of
Young
CUDS Quick drying. 11 oz. We desire
Charleston, S.C. and Marshall Youngof to express to our kind
Goose neighbors and thoughtful friends our
Creek S.C. three
daughters: Mrs. Herndon of;Lawtey. heartfelt thanks for their many. expressions -,,
and Patricia and Kathy Young, both of sympathy. The beautiful
floral and ,
of Charleston, S.C., and four grand- food offerings were
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