Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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By Gov. Bob Graham :

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I Bradford County Asked to Share.. Responsibility Protecting Rivers

,r County and city officials and concerned along the Suwannee and its Gaines, who attended a briefing sea- Graham described the Suwannee as he much preferred the people of the ment problems have been dealt with
property owners In an11county tributaries will be asked to adopt and sion with county officials following "one of the great God-given natural counties doing the job themselves, by coordinated effort by state and .
area comprising the enforce. the Governor's address, said later .resources on the planet Earth" and with help from the state and its local governments to implement land- :
/Suwanee River basin heard Governor Bradford and Alachua counties that Bradford County could not comp' '';; 'related the story of an African chief. various agencies. use management
Bo? Graham stress "the time for singled out as the only ones in tan who, when asked
ae- were ly with the septic tank restriction who his people Col. Robert Brantly director of the -:
r Uion' Is now" to protect the Suwannee the affected area that already ,have since it does not have a ten-year flood were, replied, "Some of my people Chairman Scarborough said he Florida Game and Fresh, Water Fish I
rand' its tributaries from "unwise and flood plain ordinances essentially plain map.Calling ,have come and gone. A few of my people would meet with one county commis- Commission said bill is before the .
unwanted" development. meeting provisions of the new plan. the Suwannee "a national are here today. Most of my people sioner and the county attorney from Legislature now that, for the first ;.:: .
I? Bradford County officials, backed Regulations ban construction less resource of tremendous importance," have yet to be born." each concerned county to review time, would allow the state to con-
by a 15-car motorcade from the Santa then one foot above the 100-year flood Graham called for early action by the' Graham said that while the Suwan- specific problems in the ordinanceand sider fish and wildlife values in Issu- ___:
Fe Lake area, met with Graham and level and allow only limited clearing counties to prevent mistakes that nee and its tributaries are of national make changes, if needed. He ten- ing dredge and fill He said -
:,400 supporters of controlled development within a 75-foot buffer zone from river have been made in river basins, and state concern, "I strongly believe tatively set this meeting for some this is "extermely permits.
: along the Suwannee and its bank to building site.The model flood elsewhere in Florida. He predicted "in the principal of local control" and time in March at the Suwannee River "the loss of habitat Imporlant"because is the
..tributaries. for roads of this of the counties the rivers Water Management District office in
plain ordinance also calls at rapid development area ;, bordering greatest threat to fish and wildlife.
'" Jerry Scarborough, clerk of the stream crossings in the flood plain to Florida and saad he had directed; should accept the responsibility and Live Oak. All counties were asked to :-'
:.court of Suwannee County and chalr- be constructed without fill, in order to each department of state governmentto the burden of enforcement of control adopt the plan within the next six In addition to Gaines, other Brad- -
tnan of the 53-member Suwannee prevent structures that would in- Implement recommendations of, .'measures. Absent this county participation months. ford County representatives at the ..
River Resource Planning and terfere with natural drainage; and the committee in order to protect the. ( the Suwannee basin could Don Morgan, director of SRWMD. meeting were Commissioners E.W.
Management Committee unveiled would forbid septic tanks within the Suwannee and its tributaries, which'are .be declared "a region of critical state said the committee's mangementplan Hodges and Homer Hart, and Royce _
the group's model flood plain ordinance 10-year flood plain. still relatively "untouched by' .concern" with the state taking over is one of the first instances in Joyner of the Bradford Soil and Water ...
I which each of the 11 counties County Zoning Director L.M. man." ,the land planning itself. Graham said which a river's flooding and develop- Conservation District.

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! The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Hfqven .

I 103rd Year STARKE. FLORIDA 23'Cents Copy

II 28th Issue Thursday, February 11,1982 USPS 062-700

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Chamber Honors Scott, Gaines,


I I .. Carver, Ward as OutstandingVeteran


v' \ Lawtey city commissioner ,ro ti r,....
'* Robert Scott and Bradford County a p .
,zoning director L.M. Gaines are
honored as Outstanding Citizens and

.., .. ., '. *BHS senior Vickie Carver'has been
(, .. ", ; -' named the county's 1981 outstanding
f\(' W....fi,..( youth by the Bradford County
I $ ffJ" ?''t...t'; Chamber of Commerce. '
A special award was given Mrs.
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: Louise H. Ward for her outstanding S
'.' 1.j" .., Christmas lighting display on the corner

: .... "r.. of Pratt and Orange Streets,
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'J: .. .1 which was the highlight of the Yule
.C' 'I' in Starke. Her award $50 .
season was a "
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U.S. Savings Bond.
J ;\. 7Q 1 ''It tl h, f.. Sam Aoukiewicz, local Florida V !
q"C' ,\. -t J Power& LIgh representative, was in- ,
< ..,. ..., 0 .y/-" stalled- the 1982 president of the
'. .'. ._,"_1.,'."...'.!"q'Alt!t J"/ .:."': "" <; ': aid_ 'I'.;' f**Trs awbii !ya'liuotuack owner, of.Shimp' :' "",-- : '_- .
')!'" .Department Store, and Steve ", : ,
i" Denmark of Denmark Furniture are
w.'v" hvice-presidents, and Hazel Hardy, of-
fice manager for Charley Johns In- '
surance Agency, has been reelectedas 'lrx
the Chamber's treasurer. J
'Auctioneer Kale Albritton exhorts the crowd to bid on boats at the bankruptcy The awards and installation
auction Thursday at former Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports business in downtown ceremony took place Friday, Jan. 29, '
at the annual of the Chamberat --
Starke. banquet .. ...
Mac McDougall, the owner of the Jacksonville auctioneering! firm takes over the Starke Golf & Country Club II
microphone from Albritton in the top photo to explain the conditions of the boat Sinew board members were also
bidding. The boat and trailer, or dolly, would be sold separately, McDougallsaid. installed. They are: Gilbert Crosley, Outstanding Youth...
Sometimes the man who got the boat missed the trailer. Co. Archie Tanner Ar-
Mfg ,
Bidding was brisk, even on old, dirty used boats that brought only a few hun- chie Crosley Tanner Funeral; Home; L.M. Vickie Carver, daughter Mr. and Mrs. J.T. ('an-t'rol Starke and a s4'ui"'ul, I
dred dollars, as shown above. The boat second from the bottom went for $200 Gaines county and Starke zoning administrator Bradford High, receives he Chamber' IK2!) Outstanding Youth uuurd from
Spectators had to be careful not to raise a hand too high. It was dangerous to ; Roger Jones, Griffin In- Chamber manager Bill Wilson.
scratch your chin or put your hand on your head. As bidding started, the ring dustries; Hazel Hardy, Charley Johns
men kept eye contact with those bidding. At that point a raised eyebrow or a Insurance Agency, and Robert Ward, a ,i
barely perceptible knod of a head could be enough. to notify a ring man the bid- manager of the Starke TGY Store. L''.r.te
der wanted to raise the ante or bow out. : ,
The awards were presented by out
going President Benton Futch in frontof
125 guests who completely filled the '
dining room of the country club. The /
awards were presented, Futch had a

few remarks as outgoing president,
+ Adukiewicz a few as incoming presi-
dent, and the audience got home in
time to watch "Bonanza," one guest d t''

Scott, a retired masonry contractor
is the dean of the Lawtey council

rC"I '-l ,t r with 18 years experience on the city
commission including 5 terms as
; J mayor, served 4 years on the county '" I
rr : : L: zoning board and has agreed to serve a
again. is a director of the Suwannee rJ- .
River Economic Council and has or
been a member of the Chamber for 12 ., "
0. years.Gaines
has been the county zoning Robert ScottOutstanding L.M. Gaines
administrator and in charge of con- I
struction inspection for Bradford Citizen Outstanding Citizen ,

County since its inception, is now the k
zoning administrator for the City of improvement of lifestyle for Bradford ,. -_.
Starke, served three years on the residents.

Bradford County Development Miss Carver, named the outstan- r ri
Authority and has recently been reap- ding youth for 1982 by the Chamber, is '
pointed by Gov. Bob Graham for 4 a member of the National Honor
more years, and works closely with Society, was selected by Clay Electric
planning agencies such as the North Cooperative for its Washington Tour
Florida Regional Planning Council, after winning an essay contest, is 4of i
and local and area health councils for recipient of the DAR Award.Out."ide. .

J [-Bankruptcy Auction was the Biggest Sh,ow in Town 1 1j

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*..:. A 67-year-old dynamo- Malcolm Newman, gas dealer Freeman p.m. Thursday. Buyers of larger '01.'muck land, with 1,700 cows at It will be ::15b j

McDougall runs auctions with an iron Regilterbuand Terwillcgar up to amounts, such as dealers, got away Weirsdale, near Ocala. Ring man Billy cool in Bradford partly cloudy/cloudy and
fist was as far as he with a substantial down payment Harkins, an ex-Navy commander, County through
.. Mr. Mac got $190,000 from the could get them to go. Pre-sale with full payment expected and was in Orlando Friday handing out Saturday with a chance of rain on
bankruptcy sale of Jimmy Moore's speculation figures had the building received in all but a few cases Fridayas brochures about the dairy sale at the Thursday:
*'Sun Sports last Thursday, Feb. 4. His selling anywhere from $115,000 to McDougalllupervised a clean-up. largest sale of heavy equipment held Near norm an temperatures will
cfirm! McDougall's Auction Co., Inc., $159,500.It A' fast and furious pace was set as in the world. prevail through Saturday with lows in .. ,, t
sold the equipment'and merchandise was the biggest show In town. item after item was bid with a crowd From that dairy auction, the mid 40s and highs around 60. -
nor $90,000, much of it over the list Vehicles of all types filled the remaining throughout the sale. All the McDougall has been contacted about Sam AdukiewiczNew
price, according to area Mercury downtown area for several blocks while Mr. Mac filtered through the selling two more dairies. Good sales Inside... C of C President I
|dealers present at the sale. around Jimmy Moore's SUn'Sports crowd and ran the sale. beget other sales, he points out.
r McDougall took over the building. Visitors were literally "My business is booming," says The Starke sale was a good one, Two Sections
microphone himself to auction off the crushed as they Jammed into the McDougall, who has been in the auc- about average size McDougall says. SECTION A: .

real estate, the entire city block fac- large showroom for the auction at 10 tion. business since 1957. .He would not call It a small sale. News.... ... .. ... Pages 1,2.3,
f ing US-301 and bounded by Madison, a.m. An item a minute had to be soldto Recently, McDougall auctioned offa "rm BUS Baseball, Starts
a big advertiser. I know whereto Editorial. .... ... Page 4A
(.Court and Call Streets, for $100,000. finish the auction by noon; needlessto warehouse of sound equipment in "
advertise says Mr. Mac, who has Society.. .. ,...Page J, ,10A
5 Bidders laid off the building more say, that deadline wasn't met. Jacksonville for $489,000. It cost him
an account with about Correspondence . ..
every 10A
tthan expected, allowing it to go for Bidding was brisk. The large crowd about $25,000 to put that auction on.McDougaU's newspaper in the state. Sports.... ... . .Page 13.14A With Oldtimer's Game
9100,000 to local Ford dealer Clyde drove prices up, above what the same employees number McDougall had to work at other Legal.. _. .. ... Page 12A
!gTerwillegar; and son Byron, who plan Item could be bought for, outright. everypiece of equipment before an Jobs while building his auctioneer- .
1 to use it for a showroom after doing. Area marine dealers bidding on boats auction, then mark the item being Ing business: He owned up a wholesale Saturday at 1 :00
!tome remodeling. were repeatedly outbid. v sold with a flag held by a ring man. used car lot and had an Insurance SECTION Bt

!:.. Equipment dealer Ronnie Newman A Palatka dealer said he regularly Buyers get a typewritten bill of sale. agency.All the while he kept plugging News Brief .. ... .. .. Page, B See pg. IXV for details
ripened bidding at $90,000, about what discounts boats below the prices they On Up for the Jacksonville auctioneer
away at auctioneering. Classifieds. ... . .. .Pages s
till owed the Florida were bringing at the Is
Bank at Starke on the bankruptcy sale of a
the building. McDougall coaxed The goods had to paid for by :5 4,000-acre dairy, including: 1,500: acres (see Biggest Show.... p.3A) Correspondence .Pages .UB, ,


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Page s TELEGRAPH February II. 1982 .

City Commissioners Wolbert Closes Office HereLocal I

attorney; J. J. Wolbert has he gave no on-the-record indicationsof
closed down his Starke office for what Wolbert is being Investigated
unknown reasons and is under in- for and who is doing<< the investigating.
Get Earful of Strategy vestigation, his former law partner Wolbert has hired attorney Kenneth
says. E. Brooten of Gainesville to representhim
No official word has been given on but Brooten, too, is keeping the
why Wolbert has shut down operation matter under wraps. His only comment
here. Neither the Florida Bar was that Wolbert has closed his
Used in Battle with FPLIn I Association office in Tallahassee nor office "for the time being."

local officials would confirm for
V publication that an investigation of
a 3-hour discussion of Starke's unit, the largest the city owns, sti Wolbert's affairs is under way. The THE IRADFORD
future in electricity production and does not operate. Illg Bar Association operates under an COUNTY TELEGRAPH
the city's legal dealings with Florida ,ray umbrella of confidentiality until an In- Publlihvd.v.ry Thursday
brown is
Cay Terry flyinj
Power & Light Florida Gas attorney vestigation of a member is complete, d 170 W.Call Street
to Chicago today with two attorney!s ,, Florida 1201:
Transmissions, and WorthingtonCorp. ii a Bar Association spokesman said. Star *
from Spiegel and McDiarmid n
., attorney Robert A. Jablon The attorney, who has served on
Ia i
Washington, D.C., of which Jablon s:
civic and since to Second CloM passage paid at
brought city commissioners up to member, to begin negotiations wit!h ,. public posts moving
date Tuesday night on the latest Worthington Corp. The attorneys wil IIII: l Starke, was not available for com- Stark. FloridaSubscription

negotiations.An seek a quick deal in Chicago, and wil I ment.
Former law -John RatatiIn
ask Worthington to fix the engine a1 t partner, attorney
is Middleton of Gainesville said only trad araat SV.OO
important meeting taking no cost to the city, Jablon said. par year
in Orlando ( severed his business relation- six month
place today Thursday, Jablon is also exploring punitive that he $5.00
Feb. 11)) on the suit with FPL in which ship with Wolbert but will continue to
damages against Worthington Corp
the is electricaltie the firm's clients here u"ld.trade $10.00
city seeking a parallel to recover revenue losses incurredwhile I represent areat par year
and right to use FPL's transmission the generator has been down. "because I have an ethical obligationto Si.SO six monthsFebruary
lines to buy and sell electricitywith do so." Middleton did say Wolbertis
other power generators. Mayor The council also heard an explanation presently under investigation but
Vernon Silcox and City Clerk Neil of the rate increase which FP1
Tucker said they would be at the recently won with its wholesale! 18 1982 7:30 p.m
meeting in which a coalititon of customers, such as Starke. FPL, re< ,
Florida cities, called the Florida quested an increase of $208,980 from: Bradford High School Auditorium
Municipal Power Association, is seeking $1,217,468 to $1,426,451 for the period II I
concessions from the giant utility. from Oct. 1, 1981 to Sept. 1, 1982. The, Sponsored By Sunshine Acres

request for a $208,980 increase wa I
Starke has been involved in litiga- negotiated down to$132,045 for Starke a._____ ,,_ .'.nwwrw.'11\-"c.. rr. ... .. .-.:......f'V' ,...,.... OLD TIMo&
tion with FPL since 1974 along with for the period, reported Joh BUS Science ON STAGE sco.rrS
the group of Florida cities belongingto Weisner, engineer from R.W. Beck &| Symposium Crew...

FMPA, including New Smyrna, Assoc. which is representing the city.. BUS Science: Teacher: Jerry !Midriff: denier), an award winner at last
Fort Pierce, Newberry, Homestead, weekend's Junior
Engineering and Humanities
and Vero Beach. Jablon also recommended that the( Symposium at the
negotiated deal be accepted by the city University of Florida, poses with the plaque he received and the four KIIS
Jablon also said he is pursuing the commission, but at the suggestionof I students who accompanied: him to last week's science symposium. 1
city's claim against WorthingtonCorp. attorney Brown a decision on the i They are bottom len,Stuart I'auley. bottom right Brad !Mcltaetop left Craig
Sapp and Levance .
; top right
., which sold the Starke a $750,000 acceptance was delayed until the i Gay.
was honored for his
electricity generator that doesn't regular meeting this Tuesday, Feb. l'ootlnuf'lllI\'olvl'mE-nt In science f'tl1ll'atkllllnral- '
and in
ly North
Florida. His
work. The city has spent some 16. Indications are the council will ac assistance plaque read: "To Jerry McOriff for special uT
to the Florida
Itegkmal Jr.
$130,000 on repairs but the 3,300 KW cept the rate increase negotiated. and Science Engineering, and Humanities -
Symposium for
many years administration of youth programs.! "
TIM Last "Real"f J

Medicine Show

I Hampton Council Firesby City Maintenance Man As seen on Charles Kuralt's "On the Road"

and Walter Cronkltet's CBS Evening News

Mike Cooney employment problem it has solved explained that it does not seem fair to work and refuses to pay his insurance
OCT staff writer another. The position of town Marshalhas I pay long distance tolls when Hamptonis claim of slightly I more'than $100. Tons of Fun A Music
been filled by Wayne Smith. Smithis in the same county "I can't unders-- The Council decided, after consulting Sharp Shooting, Juggling and
Fred Powell Hampton City now waiting for the Florida Divisionof tand why we should be considered or the city attorney, that Phillips was not Magic with "Gong the Gorilla"
maintenance man no longer has a job. Law Enforcement to issue a waiver phans and have to pay for calls too on duty when involved in the accident (
That was the decision made by the allowing him to write tickets and g Starke, especially for ser and therefore will not receive payment
full six-person Hampton City Council at about the business of city Marshal until vices," the chairman complain from the city. Featuring
its monthly meeting held Tuesday Feb. he becomes compeletely certified. Council agreed with Evans and A motion was made by CouncilmanTed Ole Bleb
9 at 7:00: p.m.. Chairman Evans told council of a recent Mayor Lott' suggested that a letter also Curtis to change the due date on
confrontation with a group of be sent to Rep. Frank Williams to ask water bills to the first of each month. Special Added Attraction
"I feel he should be discharged for youths at the city park which he felt forhishelp. "He said he would fight for This would make water bills past due "Se.rch for Talent Con'"'"
lack of work and not completing the would warrant locking the park until local service a while back" Loll noted on the 11 of each month and water
work he started" said Hank you sing, dance or play, bring your accompaniment. and be at place of
Mayor the play ground is secured.He Marshal Fred
equipment Phillips, past town would be cut off on the 20. Council accepted showing 1 hour before showtime.
Lott. "The play ground equipment has went on to suggest that the park Marshal for Hampton submitted yet the motion. -
still not been secured and it has been can be locked at night. City attorney another bill to the Council for paymentof Councilman Ul>sess Evans made a Winner will be judged on audience applause, and submitted to a
several months since he started that," Mary Marshall recommended that the past work and hospital bills he felt he motion to increase the deposit for turn- Nashville Talent & Record Agency.
Lott went on to say. city post a sign stating the hours the was due. The Council dismissed the ing on water from $10 to 25. The motion
Powell was responsible for clean-up, park will be open. That way it will be bills Phillips has submitted for past was accepted by Council. Free Admission Coupons Available from Local Merchants
mowing and maintenance of the city understood when a person is in viola- General Admission S3.00
and park area. "Mr. Powell worked 30 tion of being in the park Marshall ex-
hours per week and worked whichever plained. .
days he wanted," Clerk Jane Hall ex Clerk Hall explained to the council

plained. that the city was trying to secure fundsto
The City will be advertizing for a new install ramps and walk ways for the
maintenance man and is willing to disabled. The funds will come from the
employ him for a forty hour work weekat state and be matched by the city. Ap-
minimum wage the council decided. proximately $2,000 expected to be obtained -
Clerk Hall suggested the new man signin from the state. I t Z { .1 Il tt rt r t r /

report on the days work and sign Chairman Evans asked that a motion
out. The rest of the council agreed this be made to contact the County
should be apart of the new policy. Commissioners regarding the same line
While Hampton is faced with one telephone service as Starke has. Evans

Volunteer .Help Needed for CARPETfLC

Upcoming Special OlympicsIt's

Special Olympic time again, with the track and field competition to get
underway this month and volunteer helpers are needed to assist In running the
meets for the handicapped.The .
County track & field meet is scheduled for Friday,Feb 26,at the Bradford
High School track. Also, this year the Bradford County Special Olympics
organization is tackling a big chore for the first time that of hosting the March -
20 District Special Olympics track meet. The District meet should attract 600 to
l 1m participants so plenty of help will be needed.
"This is the first tune we've ever hosted the District competition and we want it
to be good," said Mary Strong of Bradford Special Olympics, "We need
volunteers to help as scorers, timers, all kinds of things."
Anyone who can help with either or both of the Special Olympics meets is asked \ :
to call Mrs. Strong at 964-6800 (days). Also, if any local merchant or individual L
can donate fruit it would be welcomed. McDonalds will be giving a lunch to the
participants and organizers also hope to give a fruit snack ,to the athletes.
Art. f i t'
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Notices Mailed on Homestead ExemptionsSecond $ .
notices were placed in the ding to Property Appraiser Jimmy dill ;2 ifiAt
mail Monday, Feb. 8, for Bradford Alvarez.
residents who have not filed for Deadline to apply for homestead and
homestead exemption for 1982, accor- agricultural exemptions is March 1, ?
Alvarez says.Homestead. CARPE
exemption in 1982 means
that $25,000 will be subtracted from
home values for county property tax

purposes. With millage expected to be PRICES FROM ., '
between 14 and 15 mills in 1982 I v. zF
homestead exemption will mean a sav
ing of $350 to $37S on a '82 tax bill.

$9.95 tc:1:

Madison Street Installed
with 60 oz. Waffle Pad
Baptist Church NewsOn

Sunday, February 7, during the Tired of those "Drab"
evening service, Orientation Services same old floors? Brighten them up with new

were held for the purpose of Ordain- carpet from Denmark Furniture.
_'. ing Eddie Blalock In the ministry and

Andy Eddie Jordan is the in the pastor deaconship.of New Oak n We have rolls of durable nylon carpet In stock for immediate installa '

&; MONDAY. Feb. 15 Grove Baptist Church of Alachua. He tion.
Si is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL Blalock of Starke. Eddie and his *
: wife
BOARD MEETING 7 p.m. Beth, have two children, John and l F Durable nylon carpet TODAY'S GREAT VALUE! Resists soil hides

&'; Casey. and most
TUESDAY.F.b.14STARKECITYCOUNCIL spots spills removed easily.
Andy will be
: serving as a deacon in
,. Madison Street Church. He is the
son rk
".'If' ,; MEETINO-7p.m. of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan of Live ; Let us offer you the best In style quality and value for your carpet pur
Oak and .
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. -
THURSDAY. Feb. U H.A. Lawson of
Starke. Andy and his "
#-fj.F.. MEDICINE SHOW wife Ramona have two children '
i ; BHSAUDITORIUM Matthew and Meredith. r REMEMBER:
f.i 7:30: p.m.-Tickets New Oak Grove
Baptist Church (s:

',:.. ;'. Sunshine Sponsored Acres By: Madison members Street were Church made welcome would like and to "It's a Fact" you can do better at '

S:= LAWTEY DIXIE YOUTH say "Thank You" for your support on DENMARK FURNITURE '" '
MEETINGLawtey Eddie's behalf. .-
r' ElementaryCafeteria Former pastor of Madison Street
7:30 p.m. Baptist Church Dr. Denton Sumrall "Financing Available"
f# and family, were special guests of the
-FRIDAY.. "eb.n service Dr. Sumrall spoke of
i : the
.... BRADFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL responsibility the candidates have to n' : f

BMSGYM Our pastor Rev. Robert Gillis gave
,.-, 7.1ep.m.Admission the responsibility the church has to 434 w Call St Starne. Fla.
$1 the candidates
Open to student grade This Sunday will begin W.M.U. v 964-5826 "r
eight and under.)' Focus Week,February 14-20. b 964-5827
Established in 1923
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February 11. 1M TELEGRAPH Page 3.\

We Decision Due Monday On Hampton Elementary School Addition

With) $191,000 in its pocket for con-) until they are received. "If
required which would cost at least we're going to build folks we submitted the low' bid of 205406. middle of the .
'u.uction and with a base low bid of Then, too: there is $27,239 of the cur well hexagonal building
2000. may as tighten and bUild.
$? up It'll Triest Construction of Keystone The round becomethe
)13.406 for the Hampton Elementary rent CO&DS funds\ that will back to cost large room will
go more
addition the Bradford school board the state if not encumbered by April If the additional state CO&DS funds has been next year: Parrish. who Heights was second lowest at 5215.997. library' and media center
has: a tough decision to make Monday come in. the board will have a total of/ a building contractor told Where the library' is. nowwill
On top of the$205,406 base there are the board. The addil ion to HE would add a new
night Feb. 15, at its 7 p.m meeting. some $221.000 to spend on the project; become a special education room. a
six alternates that can be chosen. HE Board member Arthur Gaskins said cafetonufn and kitchen plus one
=#3upt Tom Casey sweetened the pot Principal Connie Clark said 'the and that will be cutting it close. he was not reads to make a decisionMonday small classroom. 10 by 12 feet to be program now housed in a .storage

?3jy telling the board members he school can do without a 512.J.plus( Why don't we consider portables, night at the work session. used for an itinerant teacher testing, room.
audgeted only $17,243 capital outlay cooler-freezer for the new kitchen and asked board member Pat Spengler, Board member Rodney Hall said and other special uses. HE had a nice sized library' but petitioned
and debt service monies but was can do without additional air- pointing out there are portables at he'd be willing to spend the $14,000 The school will gain one full size it off when it got the 7th gradeout
iven word the conditioning in the most ever}' other school in the county.\ : and small classroomsfrom
by state Department new kitchen above what the construct funds not classroom two there several ears ago.No .
: r.f Education that the district can ex- $10,000; but needs a stage curtain, The board is considering a long- to lose the $6.000 already paid in ar where the kitchen and libraryare
'ct about the same level of CO & DS $1,423 and liquid tile treatment for range permanent construction program chitectural fees. noloRight\'.. specificiations on repairing I the
.. t got this past year, 49000. But thatthe walls$89l. There are also some$4.000 on the HE addition said board, Supt. Tom Casey said his intentions now the library is in a small roof at the middle .M'hiKil and Hia.-e.
: new monies won't be available\ additional architectural fees and a member J.T. Parrish. Portables ',y"are to recommend the acceptance of room 'with room for onh'I or 5 of the high school had been received
April, which means the school test and balance of the new air- Parrish added are a stop-gap 4 i"r the law bid :Monday night. students at one time. Students eat :Monday night said Operations Director -
cannot enumber those funds conditioning system which would be measures. Abney Construction of Orange Park lunch in the large round room in the Lennard Register


Iiir: : II! 15 Earn Straight-a's atBMSFifteen ',

Bradford Middle School Sixth Grade: Seventh Grade:
f students earned straight-A's for the Jason Brown son of Mr. and Mrs Stephen Akndge. Knslui \lda\ Barbara
third six-weeks grading period which :Marvin Brown of Starke. Batkcom. David Bamex Stacey
ended Jan. 18. -Jennifer Brown, daughter of Mr Bowen. Laura Bonun.'Ickt
The IS students are 1.119 percent of the and Mrs! Marvin Brown of Starke. Crockrell. Johnnie Clark. Charles
796-member student bodv 110 BMS: Jod.\ Brown son of Mr and Mrs. Coburn. Suzanne D\al.. Chris Farmer.
students or 13 8 percent of the student Marvin: Brown of Starke. Bradford Green Kim GrUfis. William
body earned all A's and B's. Harrell. Carolyn Milliard. Kelley

A-B Honor Roll... Jackson. Tammy L\nn. Dtviie :McRae.
Straight-A students are- Robert McRae. Phillip :Mooie. 'Kira
:N;met\-five more BMS: students or 12
llosle.Tamnw1."lh.: Paula Murry.Sue : .
Eighth Grade: percent of the student body earned !Nettles.; 'Kim Norman. -Jai'kio
places on the A-B honor roll for the
Marsenna Brant ley. daughter ofMr. guYl'n. Cindy Parado. Debbie Par
: and Mrs Gerald Brant ley of third six-w eeks. meaning they made no rash Eugene Powell Logan Kick List
grade under a B.
Starke. RLX, Roberts. Sam
Amy Clark daughter of Mr. and A B honor roll students are. by Shaun Schmidt :Melissa Sullixan .

Mrs. Connie M. Clark of Hampton.Allen grade: Maria Thomas. \\end XeM GI't'1 Wig
Gonzalez son of Mr. and :Mrs Eighth Grade: gins Henry \\ilke. Brooke \\tlliam,.
Albert Gonzalez of Starke. :Michael Alvarez. Kelliene Baldwin. Justin Williams Pain Willin h.iin and
';' API nl MF'S Erika Gruen. daughter of of Dr. and Sue Blackburn. Tracy Bollinger. Tracie Leslie W'axi.Syilh .
Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke. Clark. Skipper Crews. Tammy Dempse Grade:
James Hayes son of Mr. and :Mrs >'. Allison Denmark. Tern Fender. Erika Banks. :Mike Bjiboi Sh.llllhllIBl
Job Hayes of Starke. Joseph Gnffis. Eddie Hall. Velesa der. Pamela Carter. Jaiiu'-1 t'in 01
Sharon Martin daughter of Mr and Hampton. Elizabeth Hatmaker. Lynn Brian Davis Dennis Glitter IVtim
VIrs Ralph Martin of Law ley. Holuendorf. Jimmy Loiacano. Theresa Hsieh. Robert Jackson Ku'h.u-:!
-Richard O'Steen. son of Mr. and :\1cQ>llum.Tonja McCloud.. Karen :Martin Kimutis. Delore :McRae. 1.1..1 :\1.1\
Mrs. Gary O'Steen of Theressa :Monica Maslowski. Irving Meres. Gt'nelurphy, Eric :NiH'gel; atcpt.i' n nt'
Jimmy Wilson son of Mr. and Mrs. Donna Parado. Stacey Parrish. Stace\' O'Sleen. Eric Packliam N.;::, in,
Gerald Wilson of Starke. Reddish. Tammy Rhoden. Carrie Powell Chad Reddis-h. Km Itq, i i-,
Sellers. Nancy Shuford. Brenda Sikes. Richie Taylor, David Thoipi1 (15. .lh'l i i
See enth Grade: Pam Ta>lor. Melissa Williams and Cindy Thorpe. Angela \\idener.iiinl I I.\ ,,1,1

... .... Shem Harrell. daughter of Mr and Winkler. Wilson,
.._ .. -
--- '" -- -" -
Mrs. William Harrell of Brooker.
||Ma B's in This Bunch... Wendy Hsieh daughter of Mr and r r --tltttr.o r -- -11\II
Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke. r
r These middle school students earned straight-A's for Thomason Jennifer Brown, Jason Brown. Jody' Brown Ktm Sapp daughter of Mr. and :Mrs !
5Je third six-weeks. They are l-r): Back row. Sherrl Harrell. Kim. Sapp. Erika Gruen Joe Sapp of Starke. SAVE I!
Front row- Jimmy Wilson Marcenna Brantley Allen Amy Clark. -Tammy Thomason. daughter of :Mr
:Bonzalez, Sharon Martin Jay Hayes. Marcenna Brandy Jason Brown, and Sherrl HarrellSSS and Mrs Richard Thomason of
Second row- Richard O'Steen. Wf'ndylbieh. Tammy have earned straight-A's all three six-weeks. Brooker.

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Thedo;merNavy;chief we,1 to'a+htionc \'<> sayshe coined..Auct4o oqhqhc\ can be- -; :-As": a cemmer ial.- industrial* c'l i)i Sunday .,9:45,11&7' 7-30: on Ladies Dresses
; 'Tuesdayr 'r' ,
( Arn.ri ht after" sales\ 'J ., ; A r' t' i iI
"r, icing seen atmost, ,;. tioneer/ McDougall-pas specialized. 7-.30
0" fr.Frid8tfYo.ung People-ruf._
fro. i1' ., l'Iut' j BAt f\e's spld a'knitttng miJ| arrttonC1!! i''IFirsLPes R ularJ Price
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was ck In he l la r t 5 b's.tT'1In tVtio : hii'! ''bu ion sold a'chochoo trata '*. "'" ,vM rr l h. ..errJl,
1984 McDougall's only son was and sends them brochures about auc You're doing something different
accidentally killed by a friend. Mourning most every day. It keeps things interesting PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS Get Second Dress of Equal Value' BFor
the McDougalls sold out and tions he thinks they'd be interested in. says McDougall.
went west to "lick our wounds:" Buy. Mac grew up in Palatka during the Buyers all got typed bills of) sale I
ing a 400-acre()( ranch near Salida, Colorado Great Depression. He pounded on from McDougall and his boys pulleda One Cent
1.2 I 3 Btdroom A0$
on the Arkansas River they doors asking for any kind of) job and clean up detail before they left the
stayed five years. But they returnedto worked most weekends while in building. From '130" to '275"

Jacksonville each winter to. carryon school. He also was a prize fighter.
Auctioneering! career Mac never got beyond the ninth This week McDougall is 1St: : 1530 W. MadisonPhono i & Gift
tit grade. His auctioneer Kale Albritton establishing an office near Weirsdaleto :: Leila's Dress Shop'I
jutinuthe start down about the 964-6312
past 10 years that has a master's degree as does nailing things 1_ _
auctlo/is'have picked up. Why didn't ringman Jimmy Dean who still upcoming sale of the dairy Bradford Shopping Center Starke 964-5051 9imma
the JUmsyiess pick up sooner;! ? The teachers school. In April he's got Jacksonville's annual ---- ---
McI talk about auction. That one takes a coupleof
?ug4lls now why one
has 11Itl 'h old Running an auction takes a tough months of preparation and 22 peo-
i watt !!! gets _.. to make_
mon "., ...McDougall'does "'t and,. You can't..be a milk toast, ple.
Nc /)' millions of McDougall contends.But .
doll, it business'frpm his home in the tough exterior cracked a little i
Jac I -ille. Mc:Do'ugaU'sofficeisin 'when it:came to .a grandmotherwith Pop \
his Hjge.JCh third bedropnt-fs. a'bun fibf kids who wanted a Continue "
wife mtre; keeps 12 pontoon boat. A local man's wife balk-
c checkbooks FundRaisersThe
and he aJIMunls. fy ? ,ed when he bought the boat at auction
'I .' ;r .for $4,500;she said she'd divorce himif Bradford Pop Warner Associa- \ \ :'i"z'i

\vWnUfljget back jgpi thli9, he brought':"*the>boat ,home said tion will be continuing to hold car

to 5 -mwfisslVllTcfDougall 'says) (aktfleVuruif -' McDougall'ti- washes and bake sales each Saturda
i ing that he,has-no ofif through the month of February to \
fire faT *,.>... J yVicrjaugall: got George Ricks to bid benefit 13-year-old cancer victim Irie \
-t* j. *Y '. j* 'mnrUrd boat ,when he sold it. Ricks John Hamilton The Lawtey \
1\1 uga1Jrk ps only) one fulUJin? bought/ the boat' for the lady for youngster lost a leg to the cancer.
em VOHifnaaintain" $/about*,.aiftJimersfKvorkinff 'l.wholesaleunder 3000. The lady got Each Saturday of the month star- ,,
doze Julltime .t the boat though McDougall was offered ting at 9 a.m. inmates from the :,, _
mos :/\ forpfter Navy people; Some of) more later. McDougall said the Lawtey Unlimited community service \
his frpost ;usterf employees :don't trustee of .the bankruptcy sale attorney group at LWCI will be washingcars Fortune \ .
wan fulltirrte jobs, but they'are on Charles W. Grant of Jacksonville at the Community Bank parking :: -
.- ike Billy Harkins whom he met could sue the default man for lot. Also a bake sale will be held near _
in Stdpan when the two were Navy the deficiency the difference in what by and the association is raffling off
chiefs and were building homes next he bid and what the boat actually sold tickets for a chance at a side of beef
door to each other so they could bring for. donated by the Meat Store. Ticketsare rr \
overt families. available through association cheddn

"If I tell you you own it. You've got members and Townsend Strickland .. .
"I'm the guy that made auctioneerIng -. to be so hard about it that it hurts," (533-2268)( ) or Dale Brown (964-6050)). ,,r .
In.Jacksonville." says Mr. Mac McDougall says. Otherwise bidders Any contributions should' be \
who now turns down small auctions. won't trust you. Where would an auc- directed to the "Irie John Hamilton
McDougall has 20 to 30 auctions per tioneer be, then McDougall asked? Fund" at Florida Bank. has it ol ;

now. \
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For $5 a year person can get onto
McDougall s mailing list and receivea
brochure' about every auction.)
"I have
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'.H.'J, < SCS Resolution Urges State PurchasedOf

Reagan's Recipe for Guns and Butter Santa Fe Swamp as Wetlands


I I (By Norman C. Miller in the Wall Street Journal. ) A resolution, urging state purchase of lion of for our their diminishing ecological and wildernessareas esthetic
the Santa Fe
; Swamp as an endangered
t values, as well as their natural habitat
wetlands, was adopted by the Bradford

Ronald Reagan may be the only genuine With reason. As he demonstratedonce Mr. Reagan thinks his tax-cut pro- among Republicans of the flaws and inequities County Soil and Water Conservation diminishing for wildlife air, and and water their pollution.role "in
again in last week's State of the District at its here Monday
optimist left in the capital. gram will generate the growth neededto in the President's central meeting The resolution was adopted just priorto
Union speech,Mr. Reagan confidence solve these problems. The President policies. It was the driving force of his night. an areawide meeting of public of-

Worry is the dominant mood, gift in the for future.inspiring And hope this and is the most Important hints, and some of his lieutenants say advisers' unsuccessful effort to persuade The resolution points out the importance 'ficials and concerned property ownersin
especially among congressional of him to propose limited tax increases of leaving the swamp in its Gainesville Tuesday, at which
Republicans. Aside from some supply- quality political leadership.Yet ... for the fiscal year beginningOct. natural state as "an integral part of Governor Bob Graham urged all coun-
side cultists, they're scared that President if Mr. Reagan's rhetoric con- .c 1. It was the reason for an earlier the headwaters of the Santa Fe River ties along the Suwannee and its
Reagan is leading them into an unsuccessful effort to Mr. to
persuade invaluable services
tinues to confidence, his actual which performs tributaries to adopt and enforce a new
economic and political shambles. policies don't.inspire The Democrats never did Reagan to trim the rate of defense in- the region by contributing to the plan presented by the Suwannee River

think Reagonomics would work. Now, .. creases. aquifer recharge, as well as being a Resource Planning and Management
Naturally, the Democrats aren'tunhappy ; : ; vast water holding area, helping to and
fearful too. : .. Committee, to manage control
about the possibility of GOP many sides Republicans are New ., .. .' Mr. Reagan, it seems clear, rejectedthe equalize the water supply in nearby development along the Suwannee and
Both Mr. Reagan's ,
regard .
failure. But not about . .
they're sanguine '. .r advice on ideological grounds. Having lakes and rivers, including both the its tributaries.
Federalism initiatives,which he wantsto '
their own situation either. They lack make the of ,. \ -' embraced the supply-side ideology, Santa Fe and the Suwannee, in periods Royce Joyner, a member of the
centerpiece congressional :
confidence in their ability to develop he simply refuses to believe it won't flood."
of well as the
action, as irrelevant to pressing drought as Bradford District, heard Gover.nor's
policy alternatives people will consider work. Believing that the Soviet .
promising..The Great Communicator in economic problems rising unemployment ( .. military power threatens America, he Signed by James H. Faulkner, Bradford appeal, along with county officials
,: from Bradford and ten other
the Oval Office intimidates them. deficits., high interest rates and alarming '< ". ... ". simply refuses not to give the Pentagonall SCS chairman, the resolution counties in the Suwannee basin.
+ -. it wants. "recognizes the need to preserve a por-
... .
\ ." ... \ ," .,,::1.i .
',. Ideology also blinds him to the grief
Pacific Calls Rumor
r caused by budget cuts falling Georgia -
GtrixcmiALsBetter disproportionately on the poor. He
.r4 honestly wasteful believes he is only cutting Of 'Santa Fe Swamp for Sale' Absurd
spending by big government,
and that somehow the needy people
who receive less aren't worse off. Officials of Georgia-Pacific Corporation long data-gathering stage for the per-
Job of ReapportionmentMight have denied a rumor that the com- mitting process," Miller said, adding
This Ideological rigidity is bringing pany plans to sell the 5,300 acre Santa that the preliminary portion of the
Mr. Reagan into conflict with many to the State of Florida. G-P study should be completed in June.
Be Done by CourtsWhen leading Republicans in Congress.While purchaser the swamp last year and After that, as many as 28 permits will
they hesitate to criticize him openly, proposed to mine its peat deposit if it have to be obtained from various levelsof
directly, that the recession and high Interest they think his tax cut and budget can obtain the necessary federal,state, government before mining can
rates are the fault of the Federal policies are dangerously unbalanced. and local permits.In begin.
an irresistable force primary goal of equal Reserve Board, everybody's favorite an interview with the GainesvilleSun
meets an immoveable object representation would best be scapegoat. If the Fed would only get its Many Republicans find themselvesin ,John Miller,a G-P public relations According to the Sun article, the

anything can happen, and probably served new elections in all act together, the administration sug- general agreement with a lot of counsel and spokesman, called the rumor that G-P bought the swamp
will. districts.' gests, good times would come. Democrats about what should be done. rumor "absurd."That ."' with intent of selling it to the state surfaced -
Scheduled tax cuts should be trimmed would probably be one of the when it learned in early 1961 that

The latest House: plan for But scapegoating the Fed does back, or new taxes should be imposed, poorest ways to make a speculative Investment the company was interested in the pro
That is the political drama nothing to solve the fiscal expenses the starting in the next fiscal year.Defense in land," Miller told the Sun. perty. The Bradford County Commis-
now being played out by the reapportioning itself, divides President denies but in fact is produc- increases should be trimmed and stret- "Georgia-Pacific is in the natural sion and environmental groups in the
House and Senate in a comic- Bradford County between two ing. The root problem is Mr. Reagan's ched out. Finally (although this is said resources business. and we boughtthe area have been pushing for state acquisition -
districts with the dividing line stubborn insistence that his huge tax only off the record), someone has to land to utilize those resources." of the swamp for more than
tragedy entitled "How to Save leaving all or most of the Cityof cuts are compatible with his huge increases have the guts to take the lead in paring Georgia-Pacific is "still in the year- ten years.
Our Skins While Redistric- in defense
spending. They indexed Social Security benefits.No .
ting." Starke in the eastern portionof aren't. It is a Reagan version of Lyn- ,

the county. don. Johnson's misguided guns-and- one has the guts to tackle Social '
butter policy of the '60s, and it's likely Security in an election year. But the FORESTRY i .
Separated by wide This bill, which was approved to do as much economic damage as the elements of helpful compromise on
disagreements over ger- by the House Sub- Johnson policy did. taxes and spending are insight

rymandering; nesting three Committee, places the western though setting details would be IN BRADFORD COUNTY 'T I
Mr. Reagan can't hope to heal his II
house districts within each portion of Bradford in difficult in an increasingly partisan at
senate district the slicing County a enormous deficit problem with more mosphere. The likely result of a com-
; up district with Nassau Baker big cuts in social
programs. Programsfor promise wouldn't solve the serious
of Alachua and Putnam Coun- Union, the northern portion of education,job-training,welfare and budget problem, but it would ease it. .
ties into multi-districts, thus Clay and western Duval. The the like took deep whacks last year, Living close to nature in a woodsy house. This can become tinder that
diluting their ballot box clout; eastern of Bradford in- and it is politically unrealistic to expect Yet unless President Reagan Florida setting is both pleasant and bursts in to flames with an approaching -
and the controversy over mak- part Congress to cut much more in the midstof changes his mind, the coverging policy prevalent throughout the state. But fire, and ignites a house
cluding all or most of Starke, a recession. Some congressional views in both parties probably won t now is the time to take a that otherwise might have been sav
ing senators run this year would be in a district with most Republicans estimate the Presidentwill develop into helpful compromise. Politi- knowledgeable look at whether you ed.It
whether their terms are expir- of Clay and a small part of Put- be lucky to get one-third of the $30 cians running for reelection aren't going are living in a potential forest fire. is suggested that a break of at
ing or not it is possible that nam. billion of new cuts he is expected to propose to find the courage to vote for tax With the arrival of the winter fire least 30 feet be maintained around all
the House and Senate may fail next week. increases over the President's opposi- season peak, the newspapers are full your rural buildings. A wider break
to reach agreement and it will tion. Nor are they likely to vote for of reports almost daily of woods fires may be needed if t he forest vegetationis
Traditionally, the House Beyond the inherent difficulty of reducing defense, increases against blowing into residential sections scattered very thick in your, area..This
become the lob of the Supreme reapportions itself and does not budget cutting, there is a basic problem I presidential warnings of a Soviet among the trees, and threaten- doesn't mean you have (m remove

:Court., td! finish. the, job.' submit a plan for the Sena te. of inequity in the President's ap- menace. ing the owners .with evacuation and everything but grass, but ,jlhjdDes
f .Jll : 1 '
'This time, however,' due''to' the proach. He is demanding effect, burnout. mean .at jleast limit",the( number of
From the standpoint of doinga flawed plan pushed throughthe that the neediest members of society t There is absolutely no sign the President Officials of the Florida Division of trees and plant ornamental shrubbery
fair job for the voters rather sacrifice government assistance. intends to change his mind. But at Forestry, a Division of the Department that won't let the fire spread to
Senate by its straw boss, Meantime, corporations, the wealthy least some Republicans are going to of Agriculture and Consumer your house or barn.
than creating a jig-saw puzzle Dempsey Barron, the House and the upper middle class are to enjoy continue trying to persuade him to accept Services, say untold thousands of
designed primarily to re-elect submitted plans for both bran- the benefits of large tax cuts. And the more taxes and less defense spending mobile homes, hunting or fishing Roofs of buildings and trees next to
incumbent legislators, a court- ches. Barron, almost Pentagon will get much more than In essence, they want him to take retreats and even high cost residen- buildings should be kept free of dead
reapportioned Florida mightbe many people think it really needs or off his ideological blinders, look at the tial homes in Florida are susceptibleto limbs or dry clusters of leaves; no
the best to the singlehandedly, drew up a gerrymandered can spend efficiently. facts and get worried enough to forest fires, mainly because the part of a tree or shrub should grow
answer problem plan designed to modify his rigid and unrealistic positions vegetation has been allowed to grow closer than 15 feet to the chimney and
assure the re-election of There is a growing .recognition i right up against the buildings. above all any outside fires 'ou.lta'Veon
himself and his senate buddies, If you as a homeowner are olanninc the premises should watched
When the legislature was and it through_ the to build in the woods, make sure the closely. Outside fires that escape are
ramrpdded contractor provides such good-sense one of the most of
given the right to common types
reapportionitself Senate with no hearings and fire ,
safety measures as fire-resistant wildfire. i i' birfsiq
the writers of the con- little or no input from the County Agents By shingles, a spark screen over the It actually happened last year that

stitution doubtless assumed public or other senators. chimney, fire resistant building the owner of a newro09f! 9lne.
the job would be done by Bobby D materials, at least two different while setting it up on the Tot, carried:
statesmen rather than by The House for both Notebook routes to enter or,exit your groundsand an armful of paper packl 'g'm 'fHial
politicians intent only on branches of the plan Legislaturehas TaylorA J if possible, a supply of firefighting outside to burn. The wj4dstlyhjpped: ;
water separatefrom the flames into nearby., grastafifk4eflames
perpetuating themselves in of- met with much wider house. The latter should have '
approval a quickly, spread Ijjtl .)\J1 r(
fice. Unfortunately, under the especially in view of its separate electrical system from the home, burning it lolhq.g !"WJJ-9f$$1ge
present Senate power structure requirement that all forty few sunny days the latter part of and chemical properties of the soil. It main house system. the owner even got i it set upi asking the Legislature to senators must face the voters last week caused activity to pick up in increases micro-organism activitythat One thing you can do how is check Think fire safety; don:Uct' JM>ftp-
itself several areas of the county Some is beneficial to plant growth. Fer- for dry vegetation too close to the pen to your home!
is like
asking after reapportionment. The fields and gardens were dry enough to tilizer and other plant nutrients are I "
two ravenous tom cats to divvyup Senate plan would leave start land preparations for planting more available to plants, and

a bowl of milk. thousands of Floridians to be spring crops. leaching of plant nutrients is reduced.All Starke Sh'rine's-Are Predicting

The difference between the "represented" by senators for Seed and fertilizer stores seemed to this is to say that if lime is need- Big Year for I
whom they never had a chanceto have a lot more business in the last ed on your crop land, it is just as important Hospital
House and Senate on the reap- vote. week than they have had all year. to apply lime as it is fertilizer. I --,
portionment issue' widened This indicates that folks have been "'

Monday when a House sub- The House plan of "nesting" waiting for a break in the weather Other good preparations for plan- Shrine Plans Club's are underway annual parade for the and Starke fried sist The chicken dinner, which till con-
before final of fried mashed
making decisions on what children,
committee ting include preparing a good seed
ver- three House districts into chicken dinner on Saturday,
one and when May potatoes
to ,
plant. bed, properly applying the right kind english peas, rolls and
sion of 22nd. The
proposed Senate Senate district if Shriners are expecting a drink, will
adopted be held
,and amount of fertilizer, and gettingthe at the Starke
redistricting which provides would eliminate much of the Waiting too long to make this deci- best seed available of the large turnout from the local como, Elementary School cafeteria beginn-
for.all senators to run this year, confusion now existing among sion could be costly if planting is done variety. I should also mention proper that and munity chicken this year dinner to in enjoy the parade ing at 11:30: a.m. until-; There will
regardless of terms: This isstrongy voters House and without good preparations. Soil needsto planters and other equipment should support of this be two outside serving lines as well as
concerning worthy cause.
be sampled early to determine lime be serviced and in very an Inside serving line so, waiting
good working con-
opposed by Senator The and
District boundary lines whichare and fertilizer needs. If lime or dition. care treatment of crippledor should be at a minimum. Outside
Dempsey Barren whose own complex and overlapping: dolomite is needed it should be applied burned children at Shrine hospitals cooking will be headed up by Judge
Senate bill, which he drew up The House would mean and worked into the top soil as When all of this is done, your seedor by Shrine doctors is the very best George Pierce and Mr. John Torode,
practically singlehandedly plan soon as possible prior to planting.If crop should be ready for good ger- available anywhere and at no cost to local Shell Oil distributor.A .
that each of the state's forty ,jnination and growth if favorable the families of those children receiv-
provides that all senators senate districts would include lime of dolomite is needed but not weather and growing conditions oc ing treatment at Shrine hospitals. special invitation is extended to
finish out their terms, whether three of the 120 House districts. applied, full benefit from fertilizer cur. Citizens can be assured that all the community from the hard working

.they will be residing in the new Therefore, all voters in a House will not be available to plants and pro money collected by the Starke newly elected slate of officers for
district, created by reappor- district would be duction will be less than needed. Shriners is spent for the treatment of the Starke Shrine Club and the Starke
tionment representedby Country, Bluegrass these unfortunate children say Club "Surreys". New officers for 1982 for
or not. the same senator, making it Why 1s liming important? First of Variety Show members. None of this money Is used '.he Starke Shrine Club are: R.S.
much easier for them to con all it helps reduce soil; acidity. Most of on TapA by the Starke Shrine Club for any Mullins president; R.D. Cunn-

A Tallahassee attorney, tact their senator and know our native soils are very acid and contain Country and Bluegrass Variety other purpose the bottom line for ,ingham, 1st vice president; W.Q.
employed by the House as a who to hold responsible-for high levels of hydrogen and Show is set Feb. 18, a Thursday,at 7:30: the Shriners Is the collecting of money for Cruce, 2nd vice president; R.M.

consultant, has said the intentof legislation, good or bad, in both aluminum Ions. Sweetening the soil pm. in the Bradford High auditorium. children.treatment of burned and crippled' Brown McRae, secretary; and Marvin
with lime dolomite treasurer.The .
or lessens the
the toxicity is the Sunshine
Constitution Sponsor Acres Train-
require houses. The parade, which is
of these ions planned for
crops. Center of the Bradford Starke
ing Associationfor
legislators to run for May 22nd, will begin promptly at for "Surreys" new officers

,new terms after reapportionment. Unless the House and Senatecan Of course,lime and dolomite supply Tickets Retarded are Citizens.$3 at the door. Advance 10:30 a.m..' from Bradford Square .(Buddy 1982) Lewis are as Pit follows Boss: Elmer W.Q.

According to his opinion, get together in a joint com- calcium or calcium and magnesium. tickets are$15 for 10 tickets.Phone Sun- parade Shopping units Center.will All Morocco Temple Cruce, Assistant, Pit Boss; : and

'.'When substantial shifts of mittee and work out their differences These food elements materials and are secondary needed plant shine Acres Workshop, 964-7699, for in- with Starke Club participate"Surreys".along The Gilbert Nelson Recorder.

'population and the switch from the job of reappor-. plant growth. are for formation.The Shriners invite any community Let's all turn out Saturday, May
Peanut Band 22nd
multi-member to Georgia plus variety parade units and floats and enjoy a nice parade and a
single- that wish
tionment could be laid in the to
acts from the local area will be delicious chicken' dinner
member districts has resulted laps of the Supreme Court Lime also improves the physical featured. participate Mullins. club president.to contact Dr R.S. crippled or burned child. and help a

in a radical modification of justices. In the interest of fair<

district' boundaries, as will occur representation, this might be Study
under the proposals now the best thing that could hap- The Florida
before the subcommittee and Coll Have MeetingThere .
pen for the people of Florida.At .
when the retention of office by least the blatant RI _
gerrymandering will be a business of
holdover senators would and political the Clay Count meeting
Local Government
thereby result in disenlran- maneuvering to insure reelection mil: !1iaP4 Study Commission on Tuesday, Feb.
''chisement of substantial of incumbent 16, at 7:30 p.m. in the| Commissioners>

numbers of electors, the members would be eliminated. Courthouse Conference:Room. of the Clay' County

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I '.__ ,, ,f ... --=' -r .'" ....":. : ._ To M..t Saturday
--,... ..... ... -'_ s--- T :..=.. _" :, -.r c.: :_ PublUhod.ach TW.do/o d_',re.j o, Second Gloms Mottw at the Po.t OHk.at. Flo. und.r!< Act of March 3, 179 Directors 01 the Kingsley Lake ProPerty

II .. SubacrlpflOft rato In Irodo area: 9.00 .Per Y.ar: 5.00 Six Month Owners Association will meet at
Sapphires considered good luck tons.L Phon.4.4305 Ou *ld. trod ar.a: $10.00 P.r Yoor; S5.9O Six Month Stark., Florida 32091 The 10 a.m. Saturday in the civic: center.
public: il invited to
meet with the
at this time.


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February 11.1982 TELEGRAPH Page 5A

Applications Sought Now for

r The Social Side '

Strawberry Queen Contest I

Gladys Mooty Of The i
Applications for the 19th Annual t ,
Strawberry Queen Pageant are now
being accepted for the beauty contest, Society Editor,
", which will be held Saturday, March
i 27th, in the Bradford High School If ; 964-7608 News !
,i Auditorium. ; i ja ;fd! otia
Each contestant must be a resident
of Bradford County or a student in the _--om
Bradford County School system and
between the ages of 16 and 21 Each Applications for the pageant can on- '
contestant must have a sponsor. ly be picked up and returned to Mit- Q
Contestants will be judged on the chell's Drug Store. Each, contestant
basis of beauty, poise, personalityand must submit a black and white or color W ''Wt
will compete in street clothes, photo. Deadline for entry is Friday,
sportswear, swimsuit and evening March 12.There ,
gown. The sportswear competition is a possibility that P.M.
'. must carry out the "Strawberry Magazine will cover this years Brad-
r Theme". ford County Strawberry Queen Th1J
The Pageant is sponsored by the Pageant.
Junior Women's Club of Starke All Junior Women's Club urge all girls
and Barbara Reddish.
Elaine Smith, Dan and Cleo Harley
members are busily making arrangements interested in the pageant to pick up
for this special event. your aplication and return to Mit a
One of which is the selection of judgesfor chell's Drug Store, as soon as possible The Dan Harleys Receive / .',,\;
the pageant. Only two members of ':f
the club will know the identity of the Contestants only have four weeks to : \'l
judges, which are selected from out decide, until the March 12 deadline. Recognition at First Christian Church .' ,,' ,
side Bradford County. Also, prizes and you must pick out your wardrobeSo 1,": ,;;

this year will include silver bowls to again, PLEASE turn in your applications installation of deacons and presented with a plaque in recognition I\f\ Mr. and Mrs. James 'lark
the Queen and runners up, com as soon as possible. Junior The held at t tor their years of dedication and
pliments of the Chamber of Com Women's Club will not make an exten- elders for the coming year was service to Ihe chUrch. Through these
merce. Local merchants and sion date for applications past March the First Christian Church on Sunday, years Mr. Harley served as deacon Connie Cane and Jimmy Clark MarriedJan.
Jan. 31.
businesses have given very generously 12.For close of the service Dan and and elder, and !Mrs. Harley was
this year, as in the past, in order tQ more information, call Con- At the and church clerk.] Together they worked
make the list of prizes and awards testants Chairpersons, Iva Jean liar- Cleo liarley were surprised with the youth group. These are just a 22 in Grace Baptist ChurchConnie
very impressive. Gifts will be awarded rell 964-6186 or Dora Whitehead few of the many services they have
to all the contestants. 964-6512. Barbara Reddish and Elaine .
given of Ken- made by her mother's grandmother.A
Jean ,daughter
The Bobby Biggs Smith presented I he plaque to the coupit' reception was held in the church
neth and Barbara Cane of Hampton
re y'i' Celebrate 25thAnniversary Mrs. Smith had worked with !Mr.
tAn"t became the bride of James Richard Fellowship Hall where' Miss Nancy
and Mrs. Harley and Mrs. Reddish Clark of Leesburg, son of W.R. Clarkof Cane, cousin of the bride, greeted the
was one of t the past youths who had Hampton and Judy Clark of Arlington guests at the door.. Miss Nancy Cane,
!Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Biggs benefited from their devot ion. Also attending Fla. in the Grace Baptist cousin of the bride kept the bride's
silver wedding anniversary was the llarley's son and
celebrated their Church on Friday, Jan. 22, at 8 p.m.with book
Saturday night at a party at fainil !Mr and Mrs. Tommy Harley Rev. Don Scheetz performing the The bride's table as centered with
the Elks Lodge.Arrangements. and daughters; from! Tallahassee. nuptials, a wedding cake decorated with yellow
4 of flowers After services a dinner in honor of
spring Highlighting the altar were two daisies and made by Bonnie Derkman
the food table and points Mr tmd\ Mrs. Harley was held with
were used on baskets of yellow pompoms and of Starke. Mrs. Alice Cane aunt of the
of interest. The punch table was around l t2tattending.Gospel: daisies with 15 branch candelabra bride, cut the cake.
'!Myea.Rl centered with a silver punch bowl and l la decorated with fern and baby's The punch bowls and cake were en-
few t two tiered wedding cake centered breath. circled with yellow p = the cake table.Hel'reshments. Sing at Sarah Faulk presented a programof Joyce Cane, cousin of the bride,
and dancing were enjoyed Cong MethodistThere nuptial music. assisted.
during the party hours 7:30: to ; Mike Castner served as best man. Following a wedding trip to Disney:!
midnight by the approximately 1H) will be a gospel sing featuring Ushers were David Paul Cane and World the couple is residing \in
guests attending which included the Sounds of Hope on Saturday, Feb. Gerald Bush.Katherine Leesburg.The .
b families and close friends. 27, at 7:30: ) p.m at Congregational Ann Haefeker served as bride is a 1981\ graduate ol
? Methodist' Church.Reverend: honor attendant. She wore a ivory. V Bradford High School where she wasa

Robin Hodges neck long, formal gown with private second class in J.R.O.T.C
R flowered lace sleeves. She carried a and was in the National Guard.
Brian Whitney Richard Hartman bouquet of yellow pompoms and The groom attended Bradford High
Engagement'ToldIrs. Marks Church daisies with ivory satin ribbon. School and is employed with Ins
Dr. J.F. Uuuaw Visits St. in Clark upholstcr\:!
Kim L>brand Julie May Woodard and Jane grandfather
Trudie (Hodges of Starke an- Richard Hartman will be the Saucer Crews were attendants. Julie shop in Leesburg.Mrs. .
I nounces the engagement and approaching celebrant at Holy\ Communion tonight wore a ivory formal gown with
Lybrand-Outlaw Plan Feb. 27 Wedding marriage of her daughter. Thursday, Feb. II, at 6:10:: ) p m. flowered short sleeves and Jane worea
Robin Lorene. to Brian Arthur A light salad and sandwich supper ivory formal gown with maroon Fred Thomson and son,Todd of
Whitney, son of !Mr and Mrs. William will follow ill which time St. Marks velvet short sleeves. They carried Tallahassee visited Mrs. W.H.Thomson
Mr. and Mrs. Noah F. Lybrand,Jr., pleted her degree in dietetics at E. Whitney, also of Starke. parish family will have opportunity bouquets of yellow pompoms and over the weekend.Ev .
of Vero Beach announce the engage- Emory University School of Robin is a 1'JHO graduate of Brad- to discuss their goals for the future. daisies.
of Medicine. is Orlando ford High School and is employed as a in the should attend.If in her ,
ment and approaching marriage She employed at Everyone parish Given marriage by parents Ashton of St. Bruno, Quebec.
their daughter, Kim Susan, to Dr..James. Regional Medical Center as a clinical dental assistant in Gainesville. transportation is a problem, call I the bride wore a ivory formal Canada was Thursday to Saturday
-. .F- Outlaw Orlando..son of diet it ion. Brian graduated I m the Marine Peg Stanwix-Hay, ,Elizabeth, t! Rob( or strapless gown with lace that had a visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish.
Mrs-and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw Sr.,'of Dr. Outlaw graduated from Bradford Corps' at' Burbank High School -hi\ Mac Baldwin ..',.' flowered; lace long sleeve jacket and
f.'Slarke. ..*<.&114 > < vniti/.iy, High.School and thelimversity.ot Calif in 1979. He- is employed, "at ",.,U)\1.A.IcaILfllldl.!\ JSJ.1 1;, 1 i' siiIhe, suin.lvory.ribbons around the.waist John David Nail of Orange Park,son
V, 'A'Febl' :271wedding/isiplanned.iat! Florida and is a 1981 graduate l Florida Stale Prison. past )'()U .arewvited lq 4harI' ))1},the if\;the front'of The gown. She wore of Mrs.T.E. Nail of Kingsley Lake, had
School of Dentistry The wedding will take place !March discussion and most t welcometo solid necklace to her her *
First Baptist Church in Vero Beach. Emory University heartily gold given by surgery Monday in Orange Park
Miss Lybrand is a 1980 graduate of He is now practicing dentistryin 27 at 1 p.m. in the Church of Christ of attend the( church service. aunt Peg and carried a bouquet of Hospital.
Florida State University and com Orlando. Starke.All invitedto Rev. Hartman and his family arriv- yellow pompoms and yellow daisies
friends and relatives are ed Tuesday, Fob. 9, from ('onnl'Ct icut. with baby's breath, fern and ivory Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas spent
at tend lie is one of several priests being con- ribbons. Her shoulder length ivory Friday and Saturday at their camp in
I W.T.Weeks, UDC Holds Feb. Meeting sidered for the position of rector at St !flowered lace veil was secured with the Ocala National Forest.WASHINGTON'S .
Marks. handmade ivory roses in her hair.
of the
The W.T.: Weeks Chapter, U.D.C., and also presented the historical pro-
Feb. 3rd the home gram on Patrick Ronayne Cleburne, Valentine Dance -f- tMpa:',.,,",> .
met Wednesday, at '"-' ? fIMU"IaQaLDI Ma "I"" -1a11 Ie ''II QOfIU11> : ''r!! f'Ii '[t
,of Mrs. George Roberts, Sr., who usedt !Major General C.S.A. who came to
The Women of Moose will hold
Ireland :
this from to
t of camelias at country escape
arrangements vantage
St. Valentine dance at the Mouse Hallon
the cruel treatment of British
I.v.points.Mrs Herbert Thomas, president, landlords. He was killed at the Battleof Saturday Feb. 13 at 8 p.m. T3IRTHDAY
presided over the business meeting Franklin, Tenn. Nov. 30, 18(54.( There will be a Valentine candy h' r o,.
'. A social hour followed with drawing as well as door prizes. All 1Y
t It:1 r.1
refreshments, being served by the !Mote members and their guests are
,'J'Xf' Iota, Delta ';' 'It' hostesses, Mrs: George Roberts, Sr., invited to attend.
i:t' wQ ;heart'DinneC', .:. Mrs. J.H. Fields, Mrs. Emma Tanner

bspi'Ibt' 'Deltd'' sorority; met at Ronda and Mrs.*Bertha. i : Pearce. i

shllledd1 9tiabFtbrd's'( ','Feb2TheannualValentineoSdekhe home; 'on' Kingsley-Lake Kirs. J.F1,' ;Bloodworth underwent IDavId Johnny Eggers Byers and of daughter Jacksonville and Ii Is Traditionally wry

tt'dleher will be held Satur- ,
surgery Tuesday in North Florida visited their parents, !Mr. and Mrs. B.J.
day, FebJ'ltfat 2 Western Steer
p.rri.'at .
Steak W6us i.f'+. '" > ."'" (Regional)Hospital. Eggers on Sunday
,. A Time To Pay

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I Angia Higginbotham i : and Jay Griffis I Timmy Loretta P.A SaxonTo Beasley Terry Debbie HallMarried Lloyd

Feb. 5
Wed March 5 '
Wed Jan. 23 at Church of God ,-
Mr and Mrs. Harvey J. Starling of Debbie Lloyd, //daughter of Stacy-
Lloyd of Miami and Mrs. Jewel Lloyd
Slarke announce the engagement of
burgundy burning taper. Paul Revere and Hall son of Mr.
of Starke Terry
their Loretta
daughter A. Beasley to
silver bowls held malted milk balls, and Mrs. Harold Hall of Calera, Ala.,
Timmy P Saxon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
mints and nuts. On the other end wasa
united in marriage Feb: 5 at
Edward G. Saxon of Hampton. were
ball and chain billy jack handcuffsand Bethel Baptist Church by Rev. Loon
a miniature truck with cans tied The wedding will be an event of
March 5 at 8 p.m. in the Church of Odom.
the back of it.
on Hall best man and Miss
LrT God, Slarke. Billy was
Mrs. Hilton Coleman presided at
No invitations Dina Carr was matron of honor.
covered with are being sent out but
the food table which was
ivory lace cloth over pink linen and t attend.all friends and relatives are invited to Stanley The bride Rasnick was of given Starke.In marriage by

held a variety of finger foods'andsweets.
Mrs. Kenny Thomassen c. .. ..._ ....d .. '-. reception was held at the home of
Mr and Mrs. John Valdez in Starke.
presided at the coffee table which was
\ The bride's table was covered with a
overlaid with a lace cloth over
ivory lace cloth and centered with a weddingcake.
linen and held silver coffee
mauve a \
service flanked by tall silver .j The wedding dinner was also

candlesticks with pink burning Mary Ik-am \"j.i': (;; L held at the Valdez home.
Charles Register The bride is a junior at Bradford
tapers. and the is
High groom a
The rice bag table was covered with _
burgundy cloth with white lace Beam Register graduate of Bradford High School.
) l.inda Robinson The couple will reside in Richmond
overlay and centered with a hur- AnnouncedMrs.
burning Engagement William Jordan Va.,where Mr.Hall will be employed at
ricane lamp holding a
burgundy taper flanked with photosof Barbara Faye Daniels of his brother's construction company.
the couple as babies. Silver bowls Thibodaux,La.,and Robert L. Beam of Linda Robinson

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Griffis The held rice table bags was and attended thank-you by scrolls.Miss Jacksonville ment and approaching announce the marriage engage-of William JordanEngagement Did You Know...........

Miss Angia Higginbotham, Michelle Sapp and Shane Sapp. (their daughter, Mary Charlene Beam + Told
daughter of J.C. Higginbotham and Assisting in serving were Mrs. (to Charles Leon Register,. son of Mr. Mrs. One Wiggins visited Mr. and
Thelma Goodman of Lawtey and Jay David Kirkland, Mrs. Janice Corbett, and Mrs. Ixninard B. Register, Jr. of r. Spartenberg Mrs, Voncille S.C. announces Bessinger( the of Mrs. Jimmy Wiggins in Jacksonvilleover

Griffis son of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Grif Mrs. Bubby Matthews and Mrs. Starke. fi of her daughter, Linda the weekend.Mr. .
Miss Beam is a 1981 graduate of
fis,of Starke were united in marriageJan. Prescott Gill.Following.
Gail Robinson of Slarke to William J.
23 at 6:30 p.m. in the Church of a wedding trip to Bradford High School and is presently Willard and Mrs. AI Samons and
Jordan of and Mrs.
son MI
God with Rev. Walter F. Montz per- Daytona Beach the couple is residingon attending Santa Fe Community Col daughter, Leslie Johns were visiting
Jordan of
forming the nuptials. Raiford Road. loge She' is employed with Davis, ...' ..... .... .. .. The wedding Keystone is planned Heights.for early relatives in Dallas, Texas .the past
Monk Farnsworth & in .T.
Randall Crawford, pianist and Miss The bride and groom are both Company July week.
Dee Gaskins, soloist, presented a program graduates of Bradford High School. Starke. Loretta Iteaslev
of nuptial music. She will graduate in 1982 and he Mr. Register is a 197B graduate of Ms. Barbara Harvey of Atlanta

Centering the altar was a heart graduated in 1981. The groom is Bradford High School and will Did You Know........... spent the weekend with her parents.

shaped brass candelabra flanked by employed at Florida State Prison. graduate from the University 'of Did You Know.., ......... Mr and Mrs. J.W. Ritch.
tree candelabras interspersed with Florida in May, 1HB2, wilh a History
Mrs. Nelson (Bls) Green was ad-
floral arrangements of white daisies degree. He is a member of the Kappa Friends of Jenny Shannon will be mitted Bradford County Hospital on Mr. and Mrs. Ron Kelly and family of
burgundy pompoms, pink carnations, Alpha Order and presently employed happy to learn she has returned from Temple Terrace spent the weekend
purple snapdragons and baby's as Minister of Youth at the First Baptist Alachua General Hospital where she Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Jack.Trawick.

breath, against a background of ficus Church in Starke. was a patient for two and a half weeks Herman Hegyi of Arlington Va.,was
trees. A garland of smilax was on the Wedding plans are being made for following an accident where she and Thursday to Monday visitor of Mr. and
choir rail. The vestibule table held June 2\>lh. .
BIRTHS her horse fell after being spooked. Mrs. Raymond Howe. See Page 10IEAGLEI. \
burning white tapers encircled with

ligustrum and pink pompoms.
Randy Thompson served as best
man and the ushers were AI Chapmanand
Scott Roberts. Andy Lastinger CIC.
l\Jaril 11 I.r Ilcdd'ungMr. !
was ring-bearer and carried a heart-
and Mrs. Roger Redding of
shaped pillow with burgundy ribbons
Lawley announce the birth of a '
and gold wedding bands on it.
Lee born Feb 8 In on sate Thursday
daughter Marilyn ,
Miss Shelley Sikes served as maidof
honor. She wore a long mauve Pureal I Medical Center of Orange Park. are
eagle's prices
lustrous knit gown with fitted waist Maternal. grandparents are Mr. and Friday, Saturday
Mrs. Roller of
and tie belt, long lace sleeves, lace George Iivttey.
yoke and high collar. She carried an Paternal grandparents are Mr. and I
arm bouquet of pink carnations and Mrs. Lonnie A. Redding Sr. of Lawtey ARuP'0 t'K$ =
baby's breath. !
Miss Sonja Lastinger and Miss Christine! Caroline Cribbs t *'pOo r
Bunky Sapp served as bridal atten- Mr and Mrs. William C. Cribbs of
dants. Their gowns were identical to Starke announce the birth of a v m K

the honor attendant and they carried daughter, ChrIStine Caroline, born Feb. .
white wedding fans with silk flowersof 7 in Alachua General Ib>pltal.

misty mauve and burgundy and Maternal grandparents are Mr. and MR.CFFEE* save to 43 % ( 4
white streamers. Mrs. Ralph Gainey. Paternal grand- up
Little Miss Melissa Nemith servedas parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
flower girl and wore a long mauve Cribbs, all of Starke. 8EFIRST
gown similiar to the attendants with a .- III ICI
wreath of flowers in her hair. -
John Eric SalisburyMr. QUALITY! ,
The bride given in marriage by her
father, wore a white bridal organza and Mrs. Mitch Salisbury of FAMOUS MAKER
with empire waist. Queen Anne Newberry annouce the birth of a son.. I i '
gown _.
,'Shand'r--I -
John Eric born Fetxt3'-1n/ -
neckline and full bishop sleeves 'all1r4s ,. '
Med with chantilly lace with lace'plU'lt'1l ?Teaching H(pital. \ { ; True Western styling In
.. Jternal< grandmother rs h .m 1) 100% "
down the skirt and chapel.l ; { J cotton natural
train. Her chantilly lace Juliet cap t xlw inandgreat-grandmotierlsMIt E t' i denlmwith straight
with fingertip veil of illusion secured Lola Johnson, both! of Starke. I legs. Men's sizes.

her floor length chapel train. She car- '
ried a long stemmed red rose. .ff. r
:MathewIeane Crews
A held in the church .
reception was
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Crews of AFB,
Fellowship Hall where palm trees Biloxi, Miss., announce the birth of a REBATE! .. .
were placed at points of interest. Mrs. \.
son, Mathew Deane, born Feb. 5.
Charles M. Schmitt the Eagle 0 1EagN
Mat ernal grandmother is Mrs.Louise \
Discount Price.... 25.88
at the door and themto
guests presented Riley of Jacksonville. Paternal grand ,.' i.Jo.

the parents of the couple. Miss parents are Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Crewsof I Sale Price........... '983 y
Tammy Starling kept the bride's bookat Starke. Paternal great. I Minus Mr.CoBea F1ThEWi IiThI1 II'11 \' t. I /
a table covered with a mauve cloth I Mall-In 4,00youl583 +
grandmothers are Mrs. Zella Rouse of
with ivory lace overlay. The table I I t 1 '1 .
New River and Mrs. Carrie Crews of d +e u
held two silver candlesticks with pink /
encircled with leather Starke. ,
burning tapers 393 696 100 +
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I'age lOA TELEGRAPH February II,Iflti2

I Hampton Hilites To Disabled Hold Meeting Veterans Community News .. I !I

All members and their families, By Elizabeth G. Walker and memers are invited to be present. deaconesses are in charge. Rem Is I
By Dt'lort'sIeng! who died at her home on Saturday. and all disabled veterans are invitedto Phone: 96-1-6683 Church Activities: will be made immediately after C-__-
Phone: -I68-191S The family and friend of Audle attend the next Monthly meeting of St. John Baptist Church: Sunday munion Service. Refreshments willjbe
Chancey who died in Macclenny on the( DAV Chapter No. 61, Starke on Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. Meeting: School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 served. I
4-H MeetingThe Sunday also have our sympathy. Feb. II, 19112, at 7:30 p.m.at the Pratt The monthly meeting of Dell a.m. and 3 p.m. second and fourth I II
Hampton Green Leaf 4-H Club celebrated Street Recreation Center on West Chapter 168 will be held Thursday, Sunday. Sunday School Review Mon- Great Bethlehem Freewill Baptist I
will hold their meeting Thursday, Donna Lackey her 12th Pratt Street next to the Bradford Feb. 11. All members are invited to be day 5 p.m. Church: All deaconesses are asked to I
Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of birthday on Feb. 2. County Jail. present. The help of every member is A business meeting will be held Friday meet at the church Sunday, 5 p.m. All
Mary Jean Newman. Angel Pons was 12 years old on Feb. needed. Feb. 12 at 7:30: p.m. All membersare members are asked to cooperate with
Wedding Bells 4. 'Girl Scout Troop 352, Bulah Lennon, asked to attend. the activity. tdT
Olie Sheppard and Rachelle Mark Rhoden turned 11 on Feb. 5. ,- leader, and Troop 684 meet each New Bethel Baptist Church: Services -
Quinlan will be married Friday, Feb. Jean Clark celebrated her birthdayon The almond is a member Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. at R.J.E. for the deacons, trustees, and 'II
12 at 7 p.m.at the home of his parents, Feb. 6. of the same family Complex. Parents are asked to meet deaconesses will begin Friday, Feb. Greater Allen Chapel A 'u't.!
Mr. and Mrs. Olie Sheppard. All Kelli Danielle Griffis was 4 years as the apple, peach; and with the leaders Wednesday, Feb. 17. 12, at 7:30 p.m. Reverend Jeremiah Church: All members are asked to
friends are invited to attend. old on Feb. 6. cherry. It developed' intoa Volunteers are needed. Robinson and congregation will contljct remember the fourth Sunday ia'1ied
Christian Church Luncheon Mirian Brown celebrated her birth- nut instead of a fruit. The monthly meeting of Bradford : the service. Letter Day. Cooperation of..each
Members of the Hampton Christian day on Feb. 7. At some time its pit was County Branch NAACP will be held in Choir 1 will rehearse Saturday at 4 member Is needed. Speaker wilt"be
Valentine Salad Lun- Happy Birthday to Sharon Forsyth'who found to' be good to'eat. the deacon will be in
Church plan a the annex of Greater Allen Chapel p.m. Sunday Reverend L.R. Davis at 11 a.m.iThe'
cheon on Sunday, Feb. 14, at the City was 9 on Feb. 10. charge. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-, '
A.M.E. Church. All intersted citizens ,. ... youth Will present a program at 3p.m.. ;
(Hall. Eating will begin after Church inn Cendna It n > -of.> >" 'r'1

I Services,about 12:30: p.m. Among the .,.b
festivities planned are the crowing ofa
Valentine Sweetheart.99th .

Mary Birthday Clifford CelebrationMrs. Rahme was AMERICAS: FAMILY DPUG STORE fiffAffMffffii77iffffiffiffiffMffiffffAffJffAFCI4FT

honored at a birthday party in
celebration of her 99th birthday on 1)() ejT <<
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,
Red Hinson on Lake Geneva.
Mrs. Rahme, who was born Feb. 5,
1983, in Athens, Fla.,lived most of her I 1VALFHII'S !
life in Hampton. She now lives in
Waldo with her daughter, Mrs. Hazel l-
Starr. Her other living children are y I
Mrs. Alta Albricht of Waldo, Mrs. II I
Gladys Chesser of Starke, Mrs. Edna 2 POUND I
Dyal of Jacksonville and Mr. George SAMPLER f fSet.
Rahme Hampton. Mrs. Rahme also /% %///////ff4r/I Priced
has 20 grandchildren, 41 great- 6"
granchildren and 4 great-great- rll'llIlIIlM.I (

grandchildren.Some I rJ i WHITMAN'S ;-. \l
60 relatives and friends wereon SAMPLER wy
hand for the covered dish dinner A.

devorated held to honor cakes Mrs.with 99 Rahme.candles Four and 0 4 4.BS KT: ..........339j,1V. ,- :..., .n.t'\.r... W\
Delicious centers In -
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inscriptions were enjoyed by those chocolate.
present.Mrs. Rahme continues quite active i

and is kept busy with cooking, \0 ..I WHITMAN'S 0
reading and enjoying TV game and HOUR .. MON CHERI
quiz programs. We wish Mrs. Rahme FQQNC ,.,I VALENTINE HEARTS I VALENTINEHEART !
many more happy healthy birthdays .
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CondolenceSympathy I CNO CE..I TO 1 hie ..... ..
is extended to the family Priced ,,\\1'
and friends of Mrs. Gertrude Slade Great selection of famous-quality boxed I Chocolate covered :+
I chocolates for your Valentine. / Italian hazel nuts.
1 I Limit 1 while quantities last.



Married Luis Cuadrado Feb. 6 PACK OF "CAPSULE39 OUNCE III 69 / Sato HOUNCEReg.. Priced 3.7S .29 : 9.11Creams'R HB.p I ..........199 ,.

& caramels.
Velma Ruth Clark of Jacksonville, I Sale .... ...... Sele' M A cologne Just t for her. Limit 1 while '
daughter of Freddie L. Clark, Sr., of Priced .. 4. Priced .. .. ..... ... Limit 1 quantities last. I
Brooker. and Joyce Quinn of Jackson- I Time-release decongestant. Limit I Normal/Dry & Oily formulae. I

ville, and Luis Felipe Cuadrado, of Limit 1 0
Jacksonville, son of Felipe and Julia CHIMERENATURAL
Cuadrado of Carolina, Peurto Rico, 0 FARLEYMELLOCREME
were united in marriage Feb. 6 at 11 SPRAYCOLOGNE
a.m. in the chambers of Judge Had-

dock Keith in Folkston Nesmith,of Ga.the U.S. Navy was II SURE SOLID ..... : ROLAIDSANTACID =.Rolaids.." ...,,.. 0.73-OUNCE 549 I HEARTSS9

best man and Joyce Quinn, mother, DEODORANT. SOlI TABLETS Hulatrls!! ? Regular 8.7S .,,, Candy hearts. +
was matron of honor. U .z H 39 99 Discreet, Make her 5/
3 fiQ : elegant. I Limit, 1 whilequantities
The bride wore a white,street length Priced ........ I Pfk i Holaias feel special. Limit '1 last.
qiana dress and carried a spring bou- I,Choice of regular or. d ROLLS I IRelieveupsetsto L 4; .. .. '. ... (.... ...am-,,- ,I 'I CG.. d. 10.11)1.00. A
unscented. Limit 1 mach Limit 1 "r
quetMrs..Quinn wore a beige street length PRINCE MATCHABELLI.. DI'SNEYVALENTINE

dress and wore a orchid corsage.An ..
informal reception was held at the ,itt'-
home of the bride mother on Lenox
Ave., Jacksonville. Aunts assistingwere AFRIN .. "eg.S.I. t.2' 99...o
!Mrs. Woodrow Williams of Lake LADY NASALSPRAY e 200/.0 PRICES I", / Priced .... p
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City Mrs. Pauline Reeder of Jacksonville SHAVERS A candy
and sisters Misses Debi and Loretta 4 Choose Cache Wind Song. Jj slicks. Limit 1 X'l
Clark. e K..49e1: 1S a.-,ML -139 SPRAY Avlance / while quantities last.

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Many close friends, relatives and coworkers I Priced .- -:
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wish the
noon hours to happy couple -

well.The couple will reside in New London, I : INSTANT FIRESIDE 3, I GAYLA with WINDER TWINE.LINE t"..".,...

Conn., where the will be stationed 0 .
groom COCOA MIX wrT M[ M? KITES 1.29
at the U.S. Naval Base. I RAVE f 1 VICKS FORMULA 44O vp.+ BOX OP 10 \ \l IIi mmp. Reg 1 IS 19 I e A
The bride is a native of Brooker; HAIRSPRAY 1 V ,:
COUGH IwniliaMIXTURE' )3a'1J
graduated from Edward H. White / eel.'J L. ] ..I I .
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High School Jacksonville and is I T oz. ; to''s8e' 'ble. Assort .. .J--t 5J..uo.:
presently secretary at Blue Cross Blue MI. -109 I tf.z149 r hot water. Limit 1 ment of colorful designs. V. e.' p.R'
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The groom is a native of San Juan, I Aerosol.i:Regular or Cherry flavored de CRYSTAL LADIES r.fr flea
Puerto Rico. He is with the U.S. Navyas Extra-hold. Limit 1 congestant. Limit 1 DISTILLED
Hull Tech. first class. Has served 1(
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Pine Level COUGH Easy to handle plastic Wooden-sola footwear "
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'j Church Youth News Arama Priced J0"' ........139 i-- :, =--, I I e7.69m .0' O lynlvWILLIAMSBURQ

Saturday night Jan. 30, young people Fit Schick Super II & !; ;j .. Regular, Blue or Cherry! DAMP RIDDEHUMIDIFIER LUNCHMATEICE
and adult sponsors participated in Trac II. Limit 1 ...... ,,=J Eucalyptus. Limit 2 CHEST
the monthly Youth Arama. The ".11.15" in88Priced
held at the First I S.I. ;
i meeting was Baptist ST.99e v.
Church of Duck Pond and 65 from Pine I wl .. ... !*
Level attended. -- 9 Used for closed areas. Includes food tray &
The quiz team from Pine Level won ECKERD ECKERD folding lid. .1
the trophy for the eleventh consecutive BALSAM STRESS

month. The team members of the I CONDITIONER lc COMPLEX WOODEN
- month were Brad McRae Lisa Moody itoz.Choice.

and Shelly Volkots. :::ed .. ......89I oreo.OTTLl. .. .239 TRESS__ CLOTHES CANISTER '

Saturday Valentine night, Feb.Banquet 6, the membersof of Regular or Choose Regular or cw M ao"-. 0 DRYER
Extra-Body. Limit 1 with --- ...
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the Pine Level enjoyed their annual ,.............-. .eta O fh.? .688Handy
Valentine Banquet. It was held in the Priced.........W ....:.. t +
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Steak House, and the guest speakerwas I. Folds to store. for kitchen storage
Dr. Russel Anderson from Ypsilanti ,/ ECKERDDAILY ...:;:
!MI. Dr. Anderson is a Christian ECKERD ;' 2-STEP
I businessman. Although he is a million- 4 -
naire, his purpose in life is to serve the TOOTHPASTE VITAMINS BOUNCEFABRIC ALUMINUM
Lord. He is the copfounder of Hytes- :ale 79e1: gal. 649 SOFTENERS LADDER
Anderson Christian College in Crown I Priced Priced .. ..... p ?"
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Revival 2 full 3-inch steps.
Meeting like freshness. Limit 1 Folds to store.
Feb. 21-26
. t. Revival services will begin on Sun- I. ///////////// / ##////// // / #///// #/////(////////////////// ////.N/UNN"" !
day morning Feb. 21, and continue FEMINIQUE HY &Y $
through Friday night Feb. 26. The
speaker will be Evangelist Bill Rice III, DISPOSABLE
from Murfreesboro, TN. DOUCHETWIN >wt 'SHOWER-UP
Dr Rice is a widely known evangelist I : WISK LYSOL .
and Is also President and Director of Priced ... .. TWO s-oz. refs 69e1 LAUNDRY LIQUID TOILET
the Bill Rice Youth Ranch. Choice of 4 types. Choice of 2 fragrances.
Special music will be presented in Limit 2 "Limit 2You're :. DETERGENT SOAP BOWL
each service by Doyle Robertson and I Regular 1.<9 CLEANER 'S
the Revival Trio.
The services will be at 11 a.m. and 7 I 1069 :. TSSIINt4
p.m. Sunday, and 7:30 p.m. Monday Going to Like .... I 99 59 al4ata .
through Friday. Roman Alvarez VV
Eckefd's Concentrated liquid
Pastor and the members of Pine Level Pharmacy Service t Deodorant Disinfects as It
II i laundry detergentLimit or Beauty soap cleans. Limit 2
Baptist Church extend invitation Cckerd Pharmacists are
an to highly-trained professionals who are going 1 Limit 2
all to attend. to make sure you are completely' satisfied. They/ take continuing I,
I education COUru.bin.mlHn' an up-to-date knowledge/ of develop -J.
ments' drugs They arweys try to save you money by offering Senior
. i
:. I Cituen discounts and generic drugs whenever possible They will ar
also eve you time by constantly checking Slacks to keep the. drugs IJ
: The pearl hat been called you need on hand! !j ,
the purest of gems be-
cauM ft require neither
cutting nor polishing.




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Tornado Talk Volunteers of Bradford, are need-- Randy'Luke, Herbert Hawkins 3}
you / Ren- office or the Image Maker on 301 We have two District Champions .: 1
ed! nie Lennon, Clayton Norman
Barry North
liw representing BUS at (the up-coming
Reddish, Brian
By Kelll Carver A Junior Class Sweet-Heart pkms, Chuck Willwms,,Eddie and Thom-Eddie The Quill and Scroll Current High Region School wrestling, on Friday meet and at Lake Saturday Mary, ','
Dance" will be given Feb.13 in the Winkler.GO Events Quiz will be given in Feb. 12 and 13 I'
togs I : BUS gym from 8 p,m.til midnight.
All students interested in
February Below ,
li f bsa. Advance tickets GUYS! !' are (the participants in the
,. are now on sale now .
'- competing cash! prizes please sign last meet and their achievements
i A m By Vickie through Feb.12 before school and dur-
JIVI a.: Carver by the office by Friday, contact Mrs ing lunch in the main office. Cost Is $2 The 1982 Dream Girl Pageant will 151 up h with Mrs Thornton by February 101- Tom Pierce 2nd place .

Thought for the week: O'Brian. per person or $3 per couple. Ticketsat be held on February 27th at the Littly 116 109 Tim Nugent 3rd place 'I

A half-hour of communing with God Bradford the door will be$1 more. Also, buy Italy Banquet Room in Slarke. There STUDENTS: A tax refund is not CHAMPION- Billy Green 1st place DISTICT
County is proudly hosting ing tickets in advance makes will be a $25 fee
your entry The
litrjjie morning... the District ages are: automatic. You must file a tax returnin 123 Brian Davis 4th place
I Special Olympics Track you eligible for a door prize and a Tiny Dream Boy 36 Dream
; Tiny
W9Isave an hour of order to receive refund.
'I I confessing In and Field Contest a Bring 130 Curtis Jones 6th puce
on ,March ,chance Girly :
Saturday 3-6.
t vote on a "King of Hearts"who ; Littly Miss Dream Girl 7-10
; W-2
'SeEvening. form
and record of interest
[ '
you 136 Mike
20. There any McDuffie 1st
are betwen 600 and 800 par will be announced the night of the Junior Miss Dream Girl 11-15; and earned place
,Pfp.'ors.' ... ticipants. They need volunteers to be dance. Grover Howard will be the Miss Dream Girl 16-21 Contact Mrs Room on a savings account to DISTRICT CHAMP
"Muggers, Runners, Scorers 1506. 142 Larry Saucer 3rd place ,
and discjockey.There Debra Norman at Mi4-7100; ,
964-8849, .
1-lT'he Art Club is Timers". The Bookkeeping II 149 Roland Coleman 5th
collecting sign in the Janet place
up attendance are 15 seniors eligible for or Jordon for details. There students
at the High School will fill
.pictures to be printed oa T-shirts office, cafeteria, or library. It the "King of Hearts". They are: will be a short 159 Ted Bresee 4th place
pageantry course, con out the tax return for free of
[ the class you
for of 82 at the should be 224 David Frazier 5th
main office a place
very rewarding experience Scott Allen, Mark Crews, Ronald sisting fo five lessons at $15 given. Ap- charge Mrs. Anne Miller is the
during lunch. If you are not able to go as well as lots of fun. Davis, Donald Gissy Barry King phcaton can be picked up at the front teacher place Unlimited Donald Thornton 5th

Our Student Council members attended -
the Student Council District
meeting and Leadership workshop al
AMERICAS Wolfson High School in Jacksonville
/ DFJUG on January 30 Those that attended

..., .. '" ....,. 1> I are Michelle: Stillwell secrelar; Dawn

v z Scott treasurer; Phillip Crews; Edward

IDA FFIU4WO I rJ I Ronnie Among Crews at Harris.the this; many and district'Sponsor-Advisor workshops meeting offered ,

Deborah Gianuulis from WJXT-TV
I station was an instructor There was
entertainment provided by' the Jazz
I.II Ensembles from Sandalwood Senior

School.High School, and Wolfson Senior High

The next district meeting is set for
VALENTINE March 13 and to be held at Orange
GIFT Park High School.
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ASSORTMENT.II I, : Campus Happy Birthday Capers Scott Polk and

'I I I Chelle McClure"! !

r I would like to thank !Mrs Thelma
ASSORTED I ... -. .- I Thornton for all (the assistance she
VALENTINESUNGLASSES POTATO generously gave me for my New
FOSTER GRANT PLUSH ANIMALS CHIPS York-Washington trip. Thank you! !
a rr I Any Senior planning Io attend a

50 OFF 499 1499 yl1DC B junior college, stale university, or
UP TO I "" KNEE M :.ethnical school alter graduation in
REGULAR PRICES June, and needing financial aid
Choose from a large selection 1'f f t
Large assortment of of puppies bears & mote. .... r ) should pick up the Standard Applicaion -
styles & colors.FASHION IIIIIILII INII>fnirll Form from !Mrs Aljels in the
I Guidance Office.

ANY student can appl for financial
L'EGGS LAY'S I iid-- It is worth a Iry'! Deadline for

MEN'S & LADIES' I PANTY HOSE 'inancial aid applications al some
BOXEDSTATIONERY ... POTATO CHIPS I ichools is March 1. lU2! (Please do
AMITY WALLETS his early, for your own bench! This

S.N'q; -I 1 9 ':' .' /OMPRFeauautarco 120% OFF REGULAR OUNCE I me standard form for financial aid is
gqcPopular he student's
hicW ...:.. PRICE application for three
r jpes of aid: The BEOG 'Basic
velopes.Matching Choice paper&of en- Your lors &choice types of assorted co \ type hosiery/ choice of/ Regular 1.29 rant). Florida Grant and financial
colors & designs, popular sizes & shades Limit 1 Great with dips Limit 2 lid at the chosen school. With (his
M orm, you fill out only one form

ASSORTED TIMEX '" 1 I The\\eighlliflinn team has a match
Igainst North Marion on Wednesda>,
FIGURINES ..- WATCHES 4 I 'eb. 17, at the BUS weighlnxmi
OC % a OFF I ENTIRE STOCK OF :""" 'I1.1 .
fcW 0"RSQ'UUR : 25% REGULAR "' Track practice has begun this >ear
PRICES I t. rraining and work-out programsave
A deI!gh band-decor- Men's & Jadies'.styleslnclud rment I,. started. That explains all those ,
ated accent of Ing sport, electric & cocktail. % OFF eople out on (he highways running

pieces. .. mlJ I hese past weeks. Several par
REGULAR PRICES icipants seem (to be having dilficult>
Your choice of entire stock of walking to class... I they mentioned
'FASHION heaters, ..omething about being sore. Hightam !
JEWELRY JEWELRYASSORTED '1' "1l ? Pratt" Valerie Highlouer-
BOXES I I ouelte: Smith" Alesia Sheffield"
"...11," 200/.0 OFF b
'...'.11 ..... --- PRICES 0"'V 0 i VIDAL SASSOON I
Assorted styles. Mirrors Choice of pierced or clip-on ;_ Middle
drawers & more. earrings, bracelets, & more. HAIR DRYER

W't / lUg.1200 WATT 17.J9 1299 I School NewsArtist

HAITIAN ff 9.v. 9.00 .. ..
RID ,fAe BUGINSECTICIDE BASKETS W3 heats & 2 speeds" Lightweight IA1) of (he week lor Feb Hence
Butler made an abstract design in
'-.'-. '0",12'.14"
14-0UNCa II... 1.ft lo ..I* crayon using a leaf shape as her in
449 'II II spiration.We .
..... .... .... .;. 99 T0499Premixed VIP PRO ,. LIGHTED would like to lake this opportunity
!'Oo-e-your. BEAUTYMACHINE ( to let know about
Woven banana palm mI IJ. MIRROR t' C you parent
e If" nest, control. Limit 2 baskets ';J ..ICIALRI..TlO".R.- our ever-growing lost and found at'(.-aWe ,
"'" .... ? .. No. 0"-2 Aug. 13.*> ,, have a clinic in the front oitice.
/ CCKEKOa 4 41. 4- which by October of each school,
Sav*3 DO '.v SAicrnici' I I '''' ..i
ARMOR ALL: CRATE 6 nail or skin / less MAIL.IN Mf!us"TI!' _*ooo .. '-:.-;" full of all sorts of clothing We have
towels, shoes, PE. clothes
ments, --- L coals
PROTECTOR rlo"--: sweaters etc thrown in there every
11-0UNCI < Rp..1U' I I
499 899 dayWe
.....5.55ProfsctQ ....... ..... ,.00 ....... find that students leave ihese
& beautifiesvinyl Crate cube tables. articles laying around in their
\ classrooms, hall and at P.E.
& rubbery; White or almond. = Main
10-SPEED I \
times we feel that( Ihese students may
r m. BLENDER I : HAND MIXER I convey Io mom and dad t h.1I1 these articles ,
: t-aio A.I!. MM 'I I have been stolen when in lad
4ti X 50 RECORD 0 |
lug. 21 M .j fgg
....4,00. 17"iS S.v.4.00 (they may have been left and Never
Removable blades. Thumb-tip control I claimed.
HOSE CABINET 40-oz. pitcher. Built-in mixing chart. Our BMS Valentine Dance is tomorrow .

No. O" : g99 ; .' .....21," .oJ. I night 7-10 p,m. admission $1 :No;
..... 1IM ...... / .... '.00 ,. I student admitted over but middle that age school down age is invited v ill l he

Rubber & vinyl, nylon "Pecan-style" finish. 0 throughout the county. Once students
reinforced.Coils Solid-core construction.
easily CLAIROL enter the dance
PROCTOR SILEX II they will remain until
m. JUICER FOOT FIXER they leave to go home
MELNOR "...1.... -IO99 9 Refreshments will be sold we have

OSCILLATING SPRINGFIELD 12 m. .... '00 I,W R.I.13449 Super Grover Io D.J, and plan on a

SPRINKLE PATIO CLOCK 2 Press fruit t to ceramic '"' 1 Massages feet with or -_=-- students good time up in Parents front of the need school Io pick
at 10
activate. without water.
9 reamer to
No. 1I lUg. 1S.M 3.w .
..... .... 688 1298 p.m.In
.. a." ...,.. '.*.a 01 .. honor of School Volunteer Week
Covers 2800-eq. ft. Has Cordless. Large numerals I the following are biographical sketches
brass Jets. sweep second hand, on our BMS volunteers: Mrs
5 CASIO Regina Burkhaller, was horn and
18" ROUND HOME DIGITRON DURACELL "AA" raised on a farm near Slalesboro.
CALCULATOR BATTERIES. Georgia fifty miles southwest of

BRAZIER.ENTERTAINMENT NaN-1 .. .... ::.. 3.71 T229Prlewl ......." Savannah. She is the youngest girl of
BAR-B-Q LL CENTER m Rp.loN.... 2.00 "...899 --- .. DO m a family of eight. She graduated from
Neg,S. N.N 4 basic calculations : :: : Used for toys, radios I Southeast Bulloch High School and

mt.00 ......6 :::10.00 .3499 / Floating decimal. .::.r: .: calculators' & moreKEYSTONE -. School.later went She and to her Statesboro husband Dennis Beauty

Enamel fire bowl. Mar-resistant hickory- '_ .. I have two children, Michelle 1J: and
tone vinyl Ashley 8.
She works as a library' I;
Fffiff ne-Zero.
POLAROID Tl volunteer and we great 1>"'appreciate f
XR-308 POCKET TIME-ZERO her and the assistance with which she
I provides us.
,.... Doris Sandberg was born and
ECKE _' '_ I ::I' 29 gg, PACK 1399 educated through high school near
: % "' ...... R.g. IS.I* I Flint, MI. Nurses (training at Sparrow
Bullt-ln flash 2-posl- Brilliant-color Instant : Hospital in Lansing MI. She has been
I tlon viewfinder prints, / in nursing 26 years and eighteen of
PRINTS (those years in the operating room.
She has an A.A. Degree from Lake City

KORDITE FROM 39 C I OPEN DAILY 9 to 9, SUNDAY 10 to 7. r-all Community College, attended two
years at Bible College in Owosso, MI.
TRASH ,BAGS Iw* Sale Prices good thru Sat. Feb. 13th She has three children two girls and a y ,

44 1.., 33GALer. 29 9 made aware of (the Mrs.need Sandberg for volunteer was .

..... ,;..:.... I Bradford Square I FH 11 work Inudstrial at BMS Arts from her husband, an
Heavy duty plastic bag with/ twist (lea teacher at BMS. j
Limit 2 Mrs Sandberg states that she has \
301 South, Starke, Florida felt a great satisfaction and love from

d over three years as a volunteer, and
considers it a privilege to work at

We thank these ladies and there
dedication to BMS.

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Outreach Minister tc. Talk Alcoholism, .'lit' ".,...., w .

Twenty to thirty million Americansare program snouid oe ot great interest to iI' ,

problem drinkers or alcoholics you.Adams A. '. '
and their ranks are increasing at a will speak on the progressive '. ,
rate of 300,000 a symptoms of alcoholism and "

des year give some shocking statistics.
Carl Adams Everyone is invited and there is no
I Outreach charge. Paul and Rod Crawford .

t : "Spirit Minister of the of Country, Bluegrass (Registered Licensed Insured General Contractors) Floriland Realty

,r Freedom Builders of commercial and home buildings since 1939
Variety Show on TapA
Ministries" of Office next to Badcock Furniture 964-7891 or 782.3160 after 5 :t"tI.\- ; Phone 964-7700 f't 2

New Orleans will Country and Bluegrass Variety : 393 N. Temple Avenue. Starke FI
present a special Show is set Feb. 18, a Thursday, at
7:30 in the Bradford High OnT .
Outreach Pro- : p.m. Specials ---
a t gram Entitled, auditorium. *BUYING OR SELLING PROPERTY.. TALK TO A REALTOR I

('orl\lams "Raised From the. Sponsor is the Sunshine Acres [ FOR RENT-Nlce 2 bedroom brick home on lake, Keystojn0

Ruins" Monday, Feb. 15, at 7:30: p.m., Training Center of the Bradford __ area. $450.00 month. V9
at the United PenMcostal Church Association for Retarded Citizens. .A w

Marke. Tickets are $3 at the door. Advance T Fireplaces ($1700 & up) ...........-..........
Adams will also be giving true ac- tickets are $15 for 10 tickets. Phone GROW YOUR OWN GARDENa

counts of men and women who have Sunshine Acres Workshop, 964-7699, t 1'' Sidewalks ,,1
for information. 3 550000. ,'
been delivered from alcoholism. acres c
Should you know an alcoholic or ifynu The Georgia Peanut Band plus 10 acre*. $",000,00. ''l;
are having alcoholic related problems variety acts from the local area will > Driveways Patios *33 acre .,7500000. ,ir>
be featured. *40 acres 10000000. rh,' .
in life thisIN -
or family,
your own _ _ _
L ... Some financing on all above acreage fri
.. ....-.-.........-.-. ,,' 'J.

I Legal Notices II .( ... . ( .. .11.(1 .. . .. .. .. ..... .:.. .... . .. .. ... ... ... .. ... . .. .*3 bedroom house, with S acres, designed for''true lamKj '
I ly living. By appointment only. .,., '.
*3 bedroom house with 2 acres, near city limits, Hps-, r
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO jurisdiction of the Court. thouse ,at Stark., Defendants and by virtue of Writ of owner financing. .'11',.
REGISTER ALL CLAIMS. Florida. Court No. 81.1 16-C'v.J-8.' Execution to-wit: NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO firm name of BRADFORD *3 BR Home, 1 Acre. Cent heat air. Has large bldg. In. 3
FICTITIOUS NAME DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS Dated January 27, NOTICE OF SALE Execution Issued :out REGISTER SECURITY Intends to bock Ideal for garage and workshop. *'"
Pursuant to Section NOT SO FILED Notice Is hereby giventhat of County Court of Duval FICTITIOUS NAME register sold fictitious *3 bedroom trailer on 1 acre. "

865.09, Florida Statutes, Will BE FOREVER BAR 1982.Michael E. Romanczuk pursuant to p Final County Florida pursuantto 865.09 Pursuant, Florida to Statutes Section, name und.r. theaforesaid I acrre for trailer with pole, septic tank, and well. In: I,
notice Is hereby given RED.DATE United States Marshall Judgement entered on a Final Judgement for statute.Dated 1.65 acres across from Waldo Flea Market :!:> t
notice I I. hereby
giventhat this 27th of
that the OF THE FIRST State Wide Collection day 1.15 fronts St. Road .
undersigned Middle District of Florida December 21, 1981 by the undersigned, acre on 100. S3SOO.OOEvenlngst --
1982, In Brad
A.R. HAYES and RALPH of Jacksonville, Please Coll ,
Ernst D. MuellerAssistant the above entitled Court Corp. A.R. HAYES and RALPH ford 'iVernle f
BRYAN. olnt Florida, and Odom, Broker
| owners against [
United Stat.sAttarn.y 1n the above styled BRYAN joint 02/11 ; ;
doing business' under the : Wardell A. Smith defendant owners 4lchg 03/04 CRI Phone'....s.t76. ... i
firm name of BRADFORD February 4, 1982. cause, the undersignedUnited In the amount of doing business under the J... Kelly, Associate. .,
SECURITY Intends to Executed this 28th day Attorney for Plaintiff States marshal or 1560.24 together with
register said fictitious of January, AD.. 1982. 2/4 4tchq 2/25 any of his duly authorized costs of collection. Ie.I,"'"
Debra Faye Green, "- deputies will sell the
name under the PUBLIC NOTICE Hove seized and haveIn !I'::}
aforesaid statute. Personal RepresentativeEstate property situate In Bradford my possession the '(f.b

Doted this 27th day of of The BRADFORD County Florida, following described personal ..-
January 1982 In Bradford Lillian Casey COUNTY SCHOOL described as: I property to-wit: '' '. 'j\
County. Deceased. BOARD Stark. Florida A parcel of land lying 1977 Pontiac Sunbird With the Cost hr-:..:
03/04 4tchg 03/25: Wayne M. Carroll will hold a PUBLIC HEAR. In the SW 1/4 of SW Two Door

IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF -115 Northwest litAvenue ING ON PROPOSED '1/4 of Section 22, VIN NO.2M27V72311017. of Energy Today ;; ;

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Lake Butler, Fla BOARD RULE NO. 6220.1 Township 6 South Range You can t afford ...)i1
EXPULSION OF HANDICAPPED 22 East Bradford County A* the property of the
CIRCUIT BRADFORD, IN AND COUNTY FOR, 904. 96-2802 For STUDENTS on Florida; said parcel above named defendantand NOT to own a :.:tl.,
FLORIDA. Attorney February 15, 1982, at 7 being more particularly that on Monday the Wcodburner
Personal Representative ".M, In the School Board 22nd day ,of February, -
b 2
described follows 1
CASENO 81-90-CP 02/04 as : : .
; 4tchg 02/25 30
RE: The estate of Room of the Bradford Commence at the 1902 at one o'clock P.M. Day

LILLIAN CASEY, UNI I ED STATES DISTRICT County School's Offices Administration 582 Southwest corner of said on premises said of day the Bradford on the -.:===.- (in home) Service -

deceated COURT MIDDLE DISTRICTOF Section 22 and runEasterly Jail Yard, I will with InstallationWe
North Temple Avenue,
Stark., Florida. sale and sell to
VILLE DIVISION .Southerboundary!
the highest bidder for
Copies of this Proposed -
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING Court No. 81.958.Clv.J.8 thereof 39.45 feet '
Rule No. 6220.1 mar. cash In hand the abovedescribed Carry A.
CLAIMS OR United States of may or less, to the -Ii
be obtained from the Easterly property of 'Remodeling Sale"All I
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL America, Plaintiff, vs. School Superintendent'soffice boundary of Old Lawtey aid defendant to satisfythe Complete Line of ,te'1'
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED Norman C. Dague and at 582 North Temple Rood; thence North 0 aforesaid Execution. Fans & Stoves ';;" (J

IN THE ESTATE: Jacqueline N. Dague, his Avenue, Starke, degrees 07' East, along Dolph E. Reddish, Buck Limited Offer )/;:+
You are hereby wife, et ol., Defendants. Florida. said Easterly boundary, Sheriff of 30% Off
notified, that the Administration Notice of Sale This Is In compliancewith 600 ft; thence North 89 Bradford County Jotul While Stock Lat

of the Estateof Notice Is hereby given Florida Statutes, degrees 39' East. 300 Florida. Fisher I Sale Price ?
LILLIAN CASEY that pursuant to a Final Chapter 120.54 as feet to POB. From POB "1.281tchg 02.18 i, :
Deceased Probate File Judgement entered on enacted by the 1974 thus described, continue NOTICE TO BIDDERS Birmingham .,' ;,jj
No:81.90 CP, 1982 the Florida Legislature. North 89
: it pendingIn January 22. by degrees 39'
the Circuit Court of above entitled Court in Thomas L. Casey Jr., East. 58.28 feet to the Sealed Bids will be Golden Glow Fisher Stoves ; :

Bradford County, the above styled cause, School Superintendent Westerly boundary of received by the BRADFORD 9JOdn
Florida, Probate Division the undersigned United Bradford County Schools the right of way of a COUNTY SCHOOL OUR GOLDEN GlOW COMES IN -
the address of States Marshal or of .2tchg 02.10 street; thence North 7 BOARD, at the office of mill NICKEl-PUTEO GlASS DOORS { 1
any ........ ... ........ .. iAIL 7 goo !
which Is Stark., Florida., his duly authorized degrees 49' East, along: the School Superintendent -. STOVES All( U L APPTOVEO S1AR11Rl AT j gi1iu
32091. The and address In the School Board
name deputies will sell the AFFIDAViT UNDER FICTITIOUS said Westerly boundary,
of the P.rsanalR.pr.s.ntatlv.1 Administration Building, ,
Attorney property County.situate Florida In Bradford NAME STATUTE. 101.02 feet to theSoutherly of' 582 North.T.mpl.. THIS ,WEEKS SPECIAL We Also ;:
Is I as set forth STATE OF FLORIDA, boundary Avenue, Stork., Florida, Carry a I 'l" Inan'
below. .. ,_, described as COUNTY OF BRADFORD.: the rlqht of way of Donna -, up to 7:00: P.M.on MoiU;, ; '' :. ;
A of the SE 1/4 r BLACK 'Comjlete"lIne'Ofu'l j.H'n$4 :
All persons having portion Thej undersigned' Street; thence :bourn, day, FEBRUARY 15, 1982, BART :
claims or demands of SE 1/4 of Section 29, under oath, says: It Is the 89 degrees 39' West, at which time and placeall '1.
against the Estate Or. required Township 6 South. Range Intention of the undersigned .along last aforesaid bids received will be 0 Inctudta KOEHR1NG ;
WITHIN THREE 22 East In the City of as sole and 4, 9 [ :'
proprietor Southerly boundary, publicly opened liner a Sent* KEROSINE
MONTHS FROM THE Starke, Bradford County, HEATERS i:;
to engage in a 71.82 feet; thence South read aloud for the fur. (
DATE OF THE FIRST Florida and being more business enterpriseunder 0 degrees 07' West 100 nishing of all MATERIALSAND
PUBLICATION OF THIS particularly described as the fictitious name feet to POB. LABOR for the ADD TO THE PRODUCTION OF YOUR HEATING :\..,
NOTICE, to file, with the follows: For point of of REGISTER OIL COM at public outcry to the ROOF REPAIRS OF THE

Clerk of the above Courta reference commence at PANY whose principal highest and best bidderfor BRADFORD MIDDLE SYSTEM with a REVERSIBLE FAN f>1lt
written statement of the NW corner of said SE SCHOOL AND PHASE III
place of busmes; I is 302 cash at the hour of JYa
any claims or demands 1/4 of SE 1and run South OF BRADFORD HIGH REVERSIBLES.
Thompson 12:00 CAS8AH
Street : o'clock noon on 31, Ii'laruiot 910
they may have. Each thence South 87 degree SCHOOL. STARKE
Stark., Florida. March
1982. at the
claim must be In writing 18' East along the Northerly FLORIDA. STARTING AT Reversible
Freeman front
In door entrance
Register of
basis and must for the Indicate claim the the distance boundary of 25.04 therof feet,to a Address Is:. 302 South the Bradford County these Specifications ROOF REPAIRS for $ QIC 9 5 52", ,Antique Brass all))II

name and address of the the Easterly boundary of Thompson Street, Courthouse at Starke. may be obtained from i zyij Polished Brass orU ,.rrtltAd
creditor, or Its ag.nt or Stark., Florida 32091. Florida dated January the office of the SchoolSuperintendent "< bOB jbftd:

attorney, and the the right-of-way Street of run Ep Sworn to and subscribed 18 ,1982. 582 CIfCHNNi FROM: u ','I\ 1'3 9 OO I jninni rm'to
person ;
amount claimed. If the thence South 0 degrees to before me this 13th Michael E. Romanczuk.Unlt.d' North Temple Avenue, Kenroy, Nutone EmersonMontteeHo y'
claim I is not yet due, the day of January 1982. Stat.. Marshal Starke, Florida. '
30' East along_ said Casablanca | Plus Other Brands I 5-y r .1n'MtJ
date wh.n It will become James V. Walker Middle District ol Thomas L. Casey, Jr..
due shall be stated. If Easterly boundary adistance Notary Public State of School Superintendent ,
the claim is contlgent onunliquidated of 335 feet to Florida at Large. My Florida. Bradford County School : ( if a
Ernst D. Mueller
the natureof point of beginning. From Commission /Board .
the uncertainty, claimant point of beginning thus April 25. 1985. expires: Assistant United States chg 02/11 r.'U'; ,.... ::. j'r. .-
shall deliver sufficient described continue South Attorney. Attorney for I .
1.21. 2-11. 4t chg 473.7.194f
; ,
copies of the claimto 0 degree 30' East a Plaintiff.: NOTICE ._. .
the Clerk to enable distance of 75 feet to a UNITED STATES DISTRICT 1/28-2/18,4tchg KEYSTONl,HEIOHTti. FLORIDA t,1 Me ApyMy 1'3
the Clerk to mail one point; 'run thence North COURT MIDDLE DISTRICTOF I will not be responsible
for debts Incurred

copy to the PersonalRepresentative. 89 degrees 30' East a FLORIDA JACKSON any
NOTICE OF by anyone other than .. .
distance of 97.21 feet to myself after the date of 4'F -
All persons interestedIn United State of SHERIFFS SALE
thence North
a point; run February 11. 1982.
the Estate to whom a America, Plaintiff
1 degree 10' West adistance
copy of this Notice of Administration Clara Mae Sharp Notice I I. hereby given JAMES C. LOVELL
of 75.01 to ; 2/11
has been Florida Bank at Stark. that I I. Dolph E. Reddish
thence South ;
a point run
; I
mailed sheriff of Bradford ,
are required, and General a*
89 30' West Motors Acceptance
degrees adistance
WITHIN THREE MONTHS County, Florida, undersrtt ,
FROM THE DATE OF THE of 96.35 feet to Corporation % i

FIRST PUBLICATION OF point of beginning.
THIS NOTICE, to tile, any at public outcry to the Com See Us. 1

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BUS Opens r"; : ;

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With Oldtimers Game -\'.

It's a preview of the coming season and a look back in time at players who
wore Tornado scarlet in the past as the 3rd Annual Oldtimers Baseball Day
will be held Saturday afternoon, Feb. 13. at the BHS baseball diamond.
The 1982 Tornado baseball team a club with a bunch of fresh faces will be a.I.
unwrapped in Saturday's planned doubleheader, with baseball set to start at 1
p.m. with the first game of a planned twinbill. Tickets are$1.50 for adults and
$1 for students.
1 Players for the Oldtimers should include names like Gene and Gary Melvin,
Jeremiah Johnson Jackson Prevatt, Kenny Aycox, Keith Northrup Doug
Reddish, Willie McNeal, Ronnie Thomas, Jimmy Prevatt and Kenny Clark,
Bill Goodge, Chuck Johnson, and David Sparks from last year's 19-7 District
championship ballclub.
Coming off the winningest season In Bradford High baseball history -- last -
year's 19-7 campaign that was highlighted by a District 5 title the Tornado n
diamond team hopes to turn around (his year's BUS athletic fortunes with
another winning campaign.To .
do that the Tornadoes will have to retool a batting attack that has been
striped by graduation and find some pitchers to go with 2-time All-Area
Allen. BHS Coach Mike Hartley admits that in contrast to last
season this year's preseason is full of question marks.!

The Tornadoes open their regular season next Friday, Feb. 19 with a 3:00:
game at Keystone Heights and then take on the same KH1IS Indians Satur 10.1,
day, Feb. 20, in a 1 p.m. home opener at BHS. I.
Season passes are again available at discount prices for the 10 home games.
An adult season pass is$12,.a savings of$3 on the individual game price and a
student season pass is $8, a savings of $2. Also available this year is a The 1982 Tornado Baseball Team...
"half-pass", which will admit the buyer to 5 of the home games. Cost is $6 for This year's Bradford High baseball team is: from tell to right, : 'd row ('ouch.11.: ., Itarlle) !Scull Mien, M.rnd Junes! Dnrrell Wanner.
adults, $4 for students. Both season passes are available at the BUS front office Jason Bennett lUcky Sullivan Jason Polk. Rick: W.'lehlIk.: (C'olvin( B"1I11I'1t1Ikl': Ualrrv Kcidit* llenidon., manager Uohh> Kpps. and bat-
and from
players. Carver, Andy Chaff. Rohbylcltae..
Individual game tickets will be sold for $1.50 adults and $1 students at the 2nd row Randy Alvarez Gerald Brown. Matt Widener, Jimmy : pictured.. JiinniV 1)iggr.'I'uny) l>is.| |
ate. Handy I'jrado, Richie Fender, Andy Chaff, Clayton Norman, !Scott

I Introducing The 1982 Baseball Tornadoes. sition I

"- a/

Here's a rundown of the 1982 Tornado trol pitcher," Hartley estimates. "He thrower on the team, Waters is a Shortstop Allen could also be a top- Field
baseball players, position-by- hasn't got any second pitch yet and he junior who has matured to become Richie outfielder with his strong arm Hight
position, with comments from Coach won't throw it by anybody. He'll haveto more aggressive offensively and FenderFender speed. A .256 hitter with 15 Jimmy Diggs- Next to Allen Diggs
shoes to fill lie into
Mike Hartley: throw strikes and the ball as steps has the strongest arm on the team. A
place said of
defensively over last year. vacated Atlanta Brave last year, Hartley Allen" ,
where he wants it." Randy AlvarezOwner of a good Kenny Clark.by "Richie needs got to come through with the hat senior offensive, he's another who needs to provide -
PitchersScott arm, Alvarez is a sophomore who will : punch.
himself little bit
Allen: The list of hurlers with Others- The rest of the rotation is help the next 3 years. said of the a more"lie, !'", Widencr- freshman who Jimmy SvhotningWill:; see action
real varsity experience starts and still up in the air with players from Jason BennettJason lacks speed ability to be sophomore a good shortstop. i the ball well for a f>rst "('r(' a'": will'' as at second base.

stops with this guy. Fortunately he's other positions like Scott Hudson. but Hartley says the sophomore puts Gerald lit own' Just a playa and shawuifi, good! pntcn
got the talent to carry a team. 8-4 as a Jimmy Diggs, Clayton Norman the bat on the ball consistently. "If I Brown will play Catcher
freshman and 6-2 as a junior, All-Area freshman Gerald Brown and Ricky wanted somebody up there to make Fender pitches. "lie's going liulx'il CarterJust a sophomore
both years, Allen could win 20-25( Sullivan getting a chance to throw contact, to not strike out, I wouldn't player, he could he our third Center Field (Carver steps into the job left by Bill
games in his career despite losing his Hartley says Hudson throws from the be afraid to put Jason up there." next year" Hartley noted. Hudson- Maybe the best all- Goorlge partially because he has 3
soph campaign to illness. He was the side, much as former Tornado Kenny ( "I want Robert back there
his around there
ing way athlete on the team (Hudson( is
Clark did, and his ball "moves in Warning
staff leader in strikeouts last year on Second Base because he's going to be my
hy Hartley as "the key to
with 96 and had a 2.49 ERA."Scott's you." Diggs has the best faslball and catcher for 3 years" Hartley said.
Clayton Norman-senior returning Third Base b.tllclub offensively.! He's our
beat Norman the best curve this side of The other Carver
the the
got capabability reason won jobis
starter Norman was the player who hitter and whether lu
'' ? gets on
'Scott Allen but ? Ricky Sullivan- Another
all'wtlMiavetobe. like'
flat- "because
anybody we play Hartley he's probably the most
says the winning hit In the Tor- is lo.determine, what we
ly. "He's the-iyp piteter who fou ,DtadqVonl sol: pitchers "1"'S .....provided rTf3a r'fctur.ninfe..Matfw; SulU going -. improved butlpla>er we've got."
T 3'ffAUithes ? have7To -5 extra-tmnhg win over GHS described "the :
< 'throvJ"strikes \ by Hartley as
dominate anybody in this area. His guys .
in last year's District title A hitter back Hudson
game. only .300 hit
problem over the years has been con- said the BHS coach. "The gresbive player I've got. John lieiiiH-U- junior out for the
good glove man, Hartley hopes Nor- a Junior,, and set school records
key for them is to make people earn he does things people take
trol. If he throws strikes he could win first time Bennett has shown he can
with the bat
man comes on strong as a 36 runs and 23 stolen bases
anywhere from JO-I2( games this their runs with 3 singles instead or way but he's just playing as swing the hat "He swings lefthandedand !
senior. "We need take also walked
Clayton to a ( r being caught)
he possibly car I look for
walking a wild pitching him to
guy thai He
year. gives us some options.
leadership role. !! ana Hartley noted, "He does
Allen who fastball second and getting beat on one hit. one of our steadiest players might do DM said.
possesses a some ing Hartley
Jimmy SchoeningThis sophomore bat and the glove." a lot, and if Soot I gets( on he's go
which has been clocked in the 80 mile should be a starter here in 1983 and Mike ('ohinA freshman go." With 20 :steals; Hudson will
per hour range and a good curveball, First Base 1984 and Hartley says he has the toolsto shown good fieldmg ability Clark's career stolen base Utility! Player
hopes to follow former teamates Ken. Andy ChaffA sophomore, Hartley be a good one. learning to throw from the of 54 KiiiuK iradoThis senior has a
ny Clark and Bill Goodge into the. pro calls him "my boy this year" becauseof Doug Samons- Just a freshman, than sidearm. a fine outfielder, he uses his category;.' all his own because he has
or college ranks. his good attitude lie's going to Samons "is the kind of player we like Rick WelchAnother to range far in center and has a nn one position he calls home. He'll
make some sophomore mistakes but 1 around," Hartley said. 'He's going to with a good attitude working arm. play !some at shortstop and second,
Richie FenderJust a sophomore, want to keep Scott Allen in the out- play lot his last 3 years here." future playing time. tier ndoa- Another some outfield some catcher and
this young, righthander is, next ,to' field when he's not pitching," Hartley Jason Polk and Tony DiggsTwo who could step in as a maybe even pitch some. The only
Allen, the most experienced pitcher'back ] said. "Andy's; one of those young more freshman who are now learningthe Left Field next year Herndon! fs the thing for certain is he should start
and he's thrown,all of twothirds'of ,,, layers who has time to learn.' system and devoloping their best BHS outfielder defensive mast I every name after starting the
an inning. "Richie's got_tope/ con ,\like-WatersThe efhly lefthanrled abilities. Scott AllenDescribed says. last I :'I! seasons

\ I* [13 Barely :EscapeJV


and Boys

an 'Oh, so close but yet so kids just! didn't have the experience to
at the Bradford High gym know what In do. But I'm proud of
:,,, .;', / both the
"": night as Tornado them They all did a good job and this
r1' and junior varsity squads just game was good for them."
t. I, claiming their first victories Inside players Tom Johnson (23
;" long season against Clay points, U rebounds), Steve Marshall
,1 '112 points, 13: rebounds), and Daren
BHS JV's let a 7-point lead slip Chandler ''to) points) asserted
in the waning moments as they themselves against the shorter
Clay 53-51 while the BUS varsi visitors as Bradford rallied from
hovered with Clay's down 28-21 at halftime to take the
class 2A varsitf, unit all leud Hut Clay's pressure defense
to the end before falling 50-42.( caused turnovers that let the Blue
now 0-16( on the JV level Devils pull into a 53-50 lead before
"':"!' ." ( -18 on varsity, visits: btale- Johnson hit 1 of 2 foul shots for BHS.
Eastside Friday night, Feb. A shot at the buzzer
.' by Chandler
< ", .
closing down the
..' \1-,/< ., ..t >.<5.'.. \ ...... regular bounced around the rim and out, "If
'!c.i,, ':1.;..\.'. i.. :r.J.f.1i.. ; .,, with a 3-game home stand. Daren had hit that shot we might still
1' ... ';,0\1. ;. Bolles Tuesday Feb. 16, playing," Stevens said.In .

::1, '",.;; .J ':. \. "":.JfL' / !.;' ..... ,.'" Fe Saturday Friday, ,Feb.Feb 19,20 and, before North the varsity game the Tornadoes
.".? :3 .> ,t;: never had the lead after 2.0 but they
: ::
.iiJ ., ...t'i';. {;:; .,' I District' tourney play. never let the favored Blue Devils pull
...11k.!.!..... ... f. : )" JV game was a case of away either. Only atrocious S-of-24
the experience to hold on foul shooting (compared to

"I 1 switched to a small CAT 910 ball freshman-sophomore and. "It the lead towards coach the off the upset kept as Bradford the teams from were pulling Clay's16of'24) even

was just our lack of on field goals with 17 apiece. Hustling t

Wheel Loader for only $ 0a month.: that a did 50-4.1 It.: advantage" Stevens said slip night Kevin long Howe for banged 13 rebounds the boards and all 13

points.Clay:tallied"We haven't 10 of the been game's that points Suwannee! to keep Co.BHS ripped close.the BHS JV'a
before (ahead and the
75-38 and the
When I opened my cwn landctearing business, I thoughtI If you're still operating some other brand of equipment varsity 96-27 last Friday

I couldn't afford/ the best. Was I ever wrong! Since Tver: because you think you can't afford Cat equipment; see Your r

switched to small Cat equipment my profits are bigger Caterpillar Dealer. He can show you many different .' Gators Will Be Growling
than ever. And it costs me only S 1,250* a month, with financing plans to help you lease or own a small Cat for.

financing terms 1 can afford. Here's why I believe in Cat. much less than you think.

No other heavy equipment dealer gives you better Stop in today. Let us put you in the operator seat of a Thursday Night in Starke
You're assured of swift
product support. dependable
NEW small machine. Get the big advantage for as little as

service and parts availability. $1,250 a month. Gators will be growling next Thursday night Feb.. 18, as the Starke
You get professional assistance in selecting the right Cat -Bas d on dealers Small Machine fcterdwcteng) Plan effective! 11/1/81, Charley Quarterback Pell. Club hosts its annual banquet with UF Head Football

equipment for your job, too. And your Cat dealer will help Dead on request. banquetat with attitude adjustment hour from 7:>>8:30: p.m.
I you schedule any necessary maintenance between jobs, to the Starke Golf & Country Club with a meal also on the
reduce: unplanned, costly downtime.: It adds up to amaximum RING POWER before Coach Pell's talk. Pell is expected to talk about the current
return on your equipment investment. campaign in his annual visit to Starke. Tickets for the coat and tie
can be bought on a first come-first
_. .... _,__. ... _,L. ,..___ .. _.. or the Chamber of Commerce; nerve basis (price$10) at Jessie's.
after the banquet the Quarterback Club will be signing new
Gator fans who attend the banquet and who would like to Join up the
JAC.KSQNVILLE TALLAHASSEE n talk to club officialsthat night and sign on.A meeting will be planned

737-7730 386-2121 afterwards to reorganize,decide meeting time and place, and plan
; trip to Variderbilt for next falL
ffft1I.! : i' who's a Gator" fan and wants to talk about Florida football is In

: i or women, said Gus KopeJouslJII.r t

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!I t Page 14TELEGRAPfi February 11.1982


: District Wrestling ,


\\t'" .. Green, McDuffie QiampionsBut

IF+ : BUS 5th in Team Race

It was another rough District tour- The Tornadoes had one runnerup IM. TIMMY NUOINT(IHI)ww tmra, .nl,,M AIlM ar
who (I)'.11..but kewbtf SII._(...)f-1 hi. WW.IMI" lln.li. ,t +
nament for Bradford High's wrestling 98-pounder Tom Pierce, gave
Hindi 101. (CIP) hwri AIlM((1) f 4
Tornadoes as a team but a couple of unbeaten Larry Carwise of Suwannee
individuals beat all comers to nail trouble before falling 14-8 in the lit- IH.1V CHIN (.ItS) w.. dl..ric* MM.. ykwd..
with W..hln. |h. (S) lu. ..d rlrmln" .010_ (S6)) .211 InIIh.
down District 5-3A championships. finals. Pierce enters Region a .
15-3-1 mark and 8 pins.
Billy Green who had twice HIM IVAN DAVIS (IMS) WM few*, '""" h c.tfD: <
(Ill .nd nlnM4/ fcr Wl lo_ (lW.lwrlfM ..) h'2-I.: rv
for state without winning a BHS grapplers took I Irs
qualified Two
more .
(I)wwt 4 tautt.,.>Cuttw(I). )
; District title, pinned both his opponents thirdsenior Larry Saucer (13-4-1 for
to win the 116 pound class the ) and freshman Timmy litcurrn JONII (cm) .km M 1.,!I. (() 1.1. ...4
year T. IF ",... '_'I. ..... .
as t ( ) 1-7. ((1)) 11. .(W)1M1.IJ7 )
and his first District championship Nugent. Saucer an upset victim in .

a senior. Junior Michael McDuffie the first round, came back to edge .
dominated the 132 pound division with Paul O'Steen of Suwannee 10-8( and MICHAEL.MCDUInIa1N.. ( )_dIatrlcIHtIe.pin'" ; I f
In. .0(') s ylnel46 tun(O)*M I M.11...... C ,
2 pins to claim the other BHS individual then outlasted Lawson of GHS 12-4 in

win. Green who is 13-3 with 8 an overtime after the two wrestled to IllIARRV IAUCI ((1ItS/ WM ",114. U>ln( M turn",
,I pins, and McDuffie, who is 17-2 with 9I' a tie in regulation. Nugent was deci- ,kin (M) ... k Mlnf 0'71.. (f) IH. wd fcwMtafU l _
pins, will both be among the favorites sioned by runnerup Scott Allen of .>MUI (0)) lt-4 In OT In ,M>iolWN' II....,. '1...... ll
.10. hi 4 21.I.
n ( ) pin Umpklfl(Ull)
I ; in this weekend's Region II tourna- Suwannee but he earned third place

ment at Lake Mary High School near with an easy 7-0 decision over Stirnaof ...MXANO COtf MAN(IBM)w.,lnM4 ky Hr(1))
I' Sanford. They'll join 5 other Tor- Buchholz. 1.37 nd Cray(hi). Pln.ln ".,(I) d., HMi((0) I1111. -*. _
nadoes who qualified by finishing in
fourth finishes for TIDOY Midi ((114))m fourth. ww pl. wdl ky
Carding place
the top 4 at District. *. ...on (II) IFS 61n..d Olbki (1)( ) ..... .* < .bM MJohnxn
BHS were Brian Davis at 119 and Ted- (IP) ",. "_1., ItofifenM( ) ..... .ok mil
As a team BHS found Itself mired in dy Bresee at 155. Bresee just missed ((7)) 11.1.
l fifth place after the first round and third, rallying in the final period to
f semi's and never could recover. The Just fall short in an 8-7 loss to Johnsonof ".7- IHt n....,..tlo,. PlMln V... (l wrlfM((5)144.1U5. )
i Tornadoes ended with 85.5 points. Santa Fe. &

Suwannee High's Bulldogs led from INS no ......I... ........ t.wiln> (Iu) pin(MMO i 1. :' ; &
I start to finish, piling up 185 points as 5 District Wrertllng, T.u.-, (( )Jill.JJO, lti txt ___ .1L -;':," ',.( :'Jf.'!''''!3JJJlflA'Il.F'i :ti1._

of its wrestlers won their weight TIAM KOMSi tu.. _1(1. tudikoli. 112.1. tanMt DAVID FRAZItl (cue) .... ftim4 by Aihn (I)
classes and 3 others were runnerups. II*, ( ._.III.n. Irvdhurf/ *!.!, IwhN.47. till .id Folion((1)) lill.. Plmlii All. ((5)) pin Jm.(Sf) Seven Tough Tornado M tmen...
Buchholz second with 152.5 ill.
was These seven Bradford High wrestlers paused for this District meet.
points, followed by surprising Santa toultm for INS.nd",.1. Unlimited- DONALD THORNTON(IMS)*..plniwd ky picture during one of their workouts for this weekend's From left to right they are: I\Ilchaell\lcDufUe (front),
Fe, 115 Gainesville, 93, Bradford, 101TOM PIIIICI (INS) ... __ou,. bwnliiguikfMr McCull.rt (II.) 14. Pln.lu Wrttan ((01) dvt. Dd.hl.W( ) Region wrestling meet All qualified by finishing In Brian Davis (rear). Teddy Bresee Larry Saucer, Tom
4-1 ..d!lolnt CamlM I-U In lln.li. '.1.
Eastside ) ((1))
85.5, and 47. ((0)
the! top 4 in their weight classes at last weekend's 6-team Pierce Timmy Nugent and Billy Green.

I Friday. Night at High School Features Clashes for Places. in Men's LeagueIt'll '-'" I

.be a battle for places Friday disposing of St. Edwards Church Mon leaders. Center Ken Life had another Individually the hottest'hand was Beggs had 22 and Darrell O'Neal 14 for Ck.ndl.r I7. .. lly. 4, "H.nli.ran 4. D. J.dnon 7, I.
night, Feb. 12, as the Starke Men's day night. With Jody of the big game, hitting 28 for LWCI with owned by league-leading scorer Curtis St. Edwards. II,.S, A. Dmmon 4. 1. 00... 7. H. Ckndl..r 10.

Basketball League moves to the High losers pouring in 38 points and Calvin Spain and Charles Knight ad- White of Jacksons as he threw in 30 Mo d.y......t 17 OW, Saul HAtOSUi.,..n S.)Won L.wll..k 10 4.0Nw.t. **ry If.tarnMt

',' School gym for one night. Jackson s with just 6 players on hand ding 12 and 11 respectively.The points to lead his team to victory. Ed- JACK-ION (Mt) IDe...* M. 14.111. .1I1tIo, N.Whit. .
At 6:30 St. Edwards Church and the the game was close all the way withJackson's night's final game saw the DieHards die Dyal and Ronnie Thomas both add- tl. noon... 14.ST. LWCI((9111) ID.14. C. gln.0.Ald.m....Knlghl 17.p.lK .
IDWAtOf (Ht) O'NMl II. Wllwi .. c:...*. 4. > 14, ltnM. f. Pfklm I.
f Telegraph, both 1-9, battle to settle who finally winning 86-80. Bruce beat the Telegraph 4533. Drew ed 13 points and Sam Sibley 11 to the 10.!. M, W.Ik.20.Pumkw 1 IOWAHD1 ((17)1) O'NMl I.. WII..n 1. C._. 4.
I gets the unwanted last place position.In Jackson had 26, Curtis White 22, Sam Barry's 14 and 10 by Gene Raulersonled Jackson's cause. Billy McRae canned ..... tl. W.Ik I, OumkM 7. M.H. IninMtl I. M.I.Onmiitfl .
the feature bout, the second game, Sibley 20, and Ronnie Thomas 14 to the winners while Terry Hayes with 18 and Terry Hayes 12 for the HAWKS (f7)), H. C-..... S, C. ClMiidUr. 10. M. /4.

Jackson's Building Supply and the pace the winner's balanced attack. 11 and Buddy Collings with 8 led the Telegraph in that game. Ho.Oiwidlw...'...14.I. Devil.. lly! II.S.W.I....Ilye..In.l.1. D. Jack.on 14. I. ltdlnfi vv.l

Hawks, both !9-1 on the year with a split Backing Beggs for St. Edwards were losers. Chris Chandler paced the Hawks to tWO ((41)i) 111* n. AH.nlMm 6. Knlgkt' II. tpaln 17. Jckiii't ulldlol Supply 9.1
i in their previous 2 meetings tangle for Keith Walko with 20 and Darrell O'Neal their win with 22 and got help from ..,.,t.WllllMM I. Hwk f-l I '
; the league lead. And in game three the with 10. Friday Fastbreaking... brothers Mike (12)) and Harold ((10). LWCI f.(

Die nards and LWCI both 5-5, tie up In another fast-paced game the Winning teams ran up some big Drew Barry hit 19, Doug Barnett 17, Tho Oil_.MAIDS...Mmttt((41)1)I.l.wli DOTM/*. totry I.MHcfc.ll 14. Iwtonwi 6. ._10.t.TIIIOIIAPH Si.Dl*ldw.di H.rd Chunk |...S|

with third place on the line. Hawks rallied from behind to top LWCI numbers Friday as the Hawks raced and Jim Lewis 10 for the Die Hards. (U.KM,l Iot 1.Hffff II.AIlM. 3.Colllnf T.I.I_... ,.,
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League leader Jackson's Building Jackson 14, Leroy Davis 12, and Chris Edwards Church 96-57, and with 24. Knight added 17, Alderman IS, (kyvr*.*..(......nilnln' '"
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Lady Tornado center Tracy Hankerson Is a battler under the boards as she .
shows here, snagging a rebound away from a Gainesville High School foe.
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nado basketball team has been stuck just well enough to win in the two victories -
1 on 11 for the past two years- winning as is their habit Lee noted. r
that number games in both 1979 and A full) court press and 6-of-9 foul
1980. But this year with 11 wins shooting in the fourth period broke

already on the board (against 6 open a close game as Bradford over- J'y .
'I losses) with one regular season con- came Macclenny 42-32 Monday. Hope ;' I .
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District Tournament to Jackson canned 24 points in that / r
coach Gayle Lee and her BHS girls game to up her season average to
I hope to wipe out the school win record 21.6. Queenie Berry contributed
1 with at least one more victory. excellent floor
game, blocking 3 shots
"We're shooting to( get 12, and we and leading BHS on the boards while Hallmark
really should get more than that" adding 6 points.At .
1 I Lee said earlier this week. Her team Buchholz last Wednesday the Valentine : ITtfE
won 2 of 3 games in a span of 6 days Lady Tornadoes survived a subpar ". Jl.' '
I topping Buchholz 42-39 in overtime .: ;;
and ( performance to( score the 42-39 Party Goods ; ,
Macclenny 42-32 while dropping a District win over the Bobcats. -
54-43 game against District top-seed Jackson u g1El /# ,
'f canned 29 points. fi OFFICE n \ ,, *
GHS. The Lady Tornadoes host Live Napkins
The tenacious ,
rebounding of Tracy V" ,
Oak SHDP 1. -
Thursday Feb. ;
11. at 6:15: at the Hankerson and .
J BHS gym to close out the Vonda Kay Hall, particulary '
fegular 11 11Ow.CotiSA ValentineThrobbing Plates
I on the offensive boards, near- .
season. Then it's the District S tournament
ly paved the for an of '
way upset .
I opening next Thursday,Feb. 18, Gainesville High School t9645764' -
at the Gainesville High gym. at BUS last a Table Cloths .
Thursday. .' .....
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ii'' Young BHS 'Lifters Improve ,:rJ

The youthful Tornado weightlifting said has improved the most in recent ::.i.
1 team continued to take it on the chin on weeks had the top total for BHS in last ) ,

I the Scoreboard but also continued to week's meet with a 440 total. He,was .
I improve last week. third in the 198 <
II I pound class. ". ,. )' i -
; In a t -meet in Green Cove BHS was Taking second was Bruce Rehberg t' "' '... .:
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J third with behind another senior who moved up a weight .'1. '. ..<.
15points '
.1 (43) and host class to 220. while sophomores William \ We will be Saturday until 5:30for convenience :,f.
"i Clay High (40). Thisyear's Salmon and Donald Thornton were open your,: shopping, .
team mostly dotted with 6
third at 165 and "
respectively. 1,
young football players Is concentrating Mere '
on getting stronger and Fourth placers sophomores .;
stronger and weightlifting coach Wayne Cribbs at.181 and Stephen Spellat
J Lanier Oyatt said they're 220 and senior Charles Brown.
doing just
that despite a wintees record. BHS will beet North Marion at the &
Tornado wefghtroom Wednesday Feb.
Senior Randy Luke the lifter Clyatt 17, ,;

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Section B

, day_ Senior Citizen Program Expands in Keystone

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-- Molly Albritton likes to have lunch ( 1 #
':with her friends.She looks forward to \ .,
.meeting with them each day, to sing '
songs with them, and generally par- !.: w
:taking: of the crafts and exercises they L I
;do together. She rides her three-. -
.:Wheeled bicycle to the St. Annes T *3se
:.Parish around noon each day to do all
;of this.TTMolIy.

Albritton is 98 years old. L ,; t ) H, _i .,....___.
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-,'For the past four years, the Clay --- .,. ..
County Council on Aging has sponsored I YAIY. : A.Ia
a program that provides hot "
:lunches for county resident senior '
:citizens. The program is federally '4 .
:funded under the Older AmericansAct _U- '
,with additional local monies. The
.program's& objectives provide, in part

?'Support for older persons, which
:provides independent living with
::dignity and the improvement in the
quality of life of,all Senior Adults."

Meals are served daily, Monday serve the prepared meal in Keystone Bradford- residents eat lunch and enjoy conversation- at ar. Annexbeen I
through Friday, at the St. Anne'sParish

:. hall. .
-. But there exists a problem uniqueto 61R TIr.r r.+ .wr
the Lake Region centered around increased to 85 meals per day. the St. Anne's Parish hall, volunteersare Mrs. Mildred Payton heads up the
:Keystone Heights that has affected available to deliver meals to them program in Keystone. She orders the
-the program for years. The area "I should point out that one of the in their homes. One such person is meals in advance from ServomationCo.
rJcovers; sections of,several counties, main purposes of this program is to Mrs. Virginia Corbett, a 78-year-old ., who holds the contract for the
while: the by-laws of the program create a congregate setting, eliminations Bradford County resident of the service."I ,
restricted the program to Clay isolation and loneliness," Keystone Club Estates and includedin need to know at least 24 hours in
"residents.: This meant that the pro Whetsel said. "This is not a "soup kit. advance who will be eating with us,"
,gram served one neighbor and not chen" and it's not welfare." the add-on program. Her hot lun- Payton said. "We post menus on the _
:another because of county lines. This ches are delivered by Anne Poole. bulletin board here, and people will v
policy generated feelings of ill feel "It must be considered that we deal Mrs. Poole also delivers to other often see something they don't par-
ings among many qualified and needy with very proud, independent people, house-bound citizens. ticularly care for..They might elect to
.elderly people. Churches, which proVide many born and reared during the skip that meal. On Thursday's, one of u ( ItP
: cross county services, had long generations of hardship. But this wasa about Poole the churches here offers a meal, and y
"The meals cost $1.50, ,
:voiced objections to the programs':1.imitatlon M : fldlkpe
time period when one did not com of
in many our regular attendees will
said. "the donations we bring account -
: only to Clay County.But ask for "
voice criticism
plain or for about 59 cents of that cost." eat there
that's all in-the past. The Council anything for one's self.
requested and received an add-on It is a federal requirement that the
The program is open to any citizenin meals must contain one-third of the
grant that has allowed it to broadenits the area who is 60 of age. Despite living on a fixed income,
service area to Include Bradford There is no discrimination in providing Mrs. Corbett contributes the full $7.50 minimum daily nutritional re
County residents within a five mile however per week for the lunches "The meals quirements.
the services priorityIs
radius'' of Keystone Helghtsr-This in- given to the low;income, minorityor are good," she says. "And I enjoy a ;.Monday's meal\ at St.. Anne's'was
cludessth communities Theressa handicapped older persons.-* -> ,...few!. minutes. .of .c nversation. with. attended by about 45-5O persons. One'
and residents of the' s Mrs.. Poole. I'don't get many opportunities ,person provided some entertainment i'n
Keystone Club Estates. The new program Donations 'are requested for, the to"talk to people. my own age playing a lively, rousing score on the
went into effect Fe ?-.,1. meals and go a long way in meeting. ,anymore. pi{no. Someone started up a chorus 'k
"We're by no means taking over the the government's ten percent local-., arM all joined in, singing "The more 3.Nr
Older Americans Act services in funds backing requirement. Mrs. Corbett's son resides with her. wit get together; together, together,
Bradford County," said Robert Her closest friend and neighbor pass- the more we get together, the happier .
Whetsel, the program's executive For those citizens unable to go to> ed away almost two years ago. we'll be." .
director. "We've just incorporatedthe -
new program into the existing one aF U"p.

in The Keystone.federal" government had allot.' "The program is ,open to any area: citizen 60 years of a.." J +

ted$250,000 to the council for its nutri-
tion, recreation, education and other age or Meal attendance notice must be given

programs,stipulating that at least ten 24 hours in advance
for planning
} percent must be matched by local purposes
funds. The total value of,the add-on Mrs. Corbett enjoys a hot meal in her home
grant is$15,000,which also carries the
ten-percent stipulation. 1!

...=Clay County serves approximatly WC r ,rj
350 meals each day at four sites
(Green Cove, Middleburg, Orange "
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Park and Keystone). Before the add- o
on grant,65 meals per day were being
served in Keystone. That has now

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The juvenile was arrested and charged Leesburg Man Stringer was arrested in Tavares. according Carolina Escapee Accidents .
Juvenile Unsuccessful with attempted criminal armed rob- Faces Charges Here to Deputy Paul St egoll, On Feb. 2, Alesia Cook Lajoie was
In Robbery AttemptDuring bery and having a concealed weapon. Arrested In StarkeThe backing out of a parking space and
Danny Thomas Stringer, 36 of Children Find struck a vehicle southbound in the
the evening of Feb. 5, a Lee&burg was returned to Bradford Gunshot Victim in WoodsA Florida( Highway Patrol stoppeda parking area in front of Stump's
suspicious!; youth was noticed by a Man ArrestedFor County Feb. 8, by authorities from man driving a vehicle with a stolen Department Store. .
SI a rke police officer The youth left his Lake County. Stringer was arrested on 21-year-old Hampton man was lag on US-301 m Slarke Feb 4. Further Damage to Gladieux's 1973! Pontiac
car at the LU' Champ on Temple and Sexual Battery a warrant issued in October when he found Monday afternoon in a wooded investigation revealed that the 1973 was$100 there was no damage to La-
walked to the Lil'Champ at the cornerof Emanuel Hampton, Jr., 27, Rt. 1 Box was charged with two counts of grand area about two miles south of Hampton. Triumph was stolen as well as the tag. joie's 1975 Ford, according to
SK-16 and US-301 where he entered 1520, Starke was arrested Feb. 9, theft. He had been shot once in the tem The driver of the vehicle volunteered Patrolman David Crurn. -
and started playing the pinball charged with two counts of sexual bat- On the of October pie information that he was an escapee
machine. The policeman was in the tery. morning 2. 1981 Some children found William from Wateree Correctional Institution
parking lot outside of the store when he July 10, 1981!) Hampton Is charged after stealing 12:30 am.a 1973, Stringer American is chargedwith Motors Kimberly Jr. about 3:45: p.m. in an in North Carolina, which was later con- Spinach i I. a member of
saw the juvenile, a black male run between CK-325 and the railroad firmed by authorities in thai state
from the store and heard the clerk with committing sexual battery upon a Matador and $300: in cash from the area the goosefoot plant family.
female without her consent using actual home of Diane L. Vandiver in Lawley. tracks said Deputy Glenn Moore. Surprisingly it is first cousin -
n'alU.TIle Charles Carroll Johnson 20,
physical force likely to cause Kimberly was taken to Bradford to the beet Eating
serious injury. Bond was set in Bradford County at County Hospital and then Shands Goldsboro, S. C. was booked into the spinach is a good way to
clerk sa id I he juvenile had showed Bond was set at $10,000 for Hampton $1,000 on each count. Stringer is currently Hospital where he was listed in Bradford County jail on charges of build up iron .in.the blood '
her a gun and she started screaming according to Deputy Paul Stegall.! being held on a charge from stable but critical condition Tuesday escape and grand theft autoaccordingto
Alabama authories! also said. night. Trooper D.:C. Roberts. .
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Traffic Deaths On Florida's Highways Set All-Time Record in 1981

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I II,'hiKbissPt 1) lfic deaths 011 'lordia' Preliminary! totals! show that 3,062 reports Could increase the final total In 1974. Colonel KIclriKf Beach Pa'I'\,1' Small ears arc ('II''II"'d' '' olliKhttr
A: 19M f ', a new all-time record 'In persons died on Florida's streets and by as much as 50 additional deaths. Colonel Eldrige Beach Patrol elll"'CIIIJ'smd. "111111'"' than I.INNI: persons :/ inaienals, lo reduce energy
highways durin 1981. Delayed The previous year, 1980, had set a director said, "Careless driving has More killed on Florida's streetsiiiul t'IIIISUIIII" lilli. Ihi'i'l'lore.' I here is I lestproU'i'iion -
record of 2,879 deaths with 199,763 per' been the leading contributing factor highways| laM' ('m'III"1 all-lune for 'ihi ixriipiiiilicit' III'coIH'cl
) sons Injured in traftic crashes. with the drinking driver a close seCond high record" HIIII l'M'2! : is IIIMIIIIIK ahead \ in a crash.Belter : .
.: 1 ,Starke: Family Planning Clinic Pedestrian deaths increased from in fatal crashes. Speeding was in III I1lHl.! delenslvi'hiving nnii'il:' iil.nsave
ulI 675 in 1980 to 690 in 1981. Bicycle third place." :\aiiniiiil: oiiiiiiimhiUcrash I lixes 1111\\\'""'. nian\ timers,
Outpatient Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied) and Vasec- deaths ros -from 109 to 126 during the "Until drivers lake it upon statist' it's show licit I deaths' per, continue 'then' same ilaiitieroiis,. ilriv
--- tomies for same period. themselves to operate their vehicles "registered I'H""I'II'I'llId's; / are inn/: li.iluls until inv,,|\eil, in a purpose of Sterilization. Motorcycle deaths showed a more safely and pedestrians, motorcyclists I twice, as high lor" Milicompaets" and<<1 > then. it IIM lie loo late'
: No Hospital stay dramatic decrease from 218 in 1980 to and bicyclists use more care, small :sulicniitp.ii'is: ;IS, for tin largest" : Colonel'! lU-iuhi'iiiu-luili-il 11.\ M.MHH."We / .
necessary. 151 in 1981. Rural deaths were up this tragic slaughter on our streets cars.The, know dial IIMIIH M>;II I iiiraiii'will >
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steadily increased since 1976 when Small; car crushes/ sire KIM'unit more. sill, nut cost mi)tiling is to use "The art of pleasing consists
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Paae4B '. FebruaryItt9ti2t',) '{. ; 'hA; '":f'.t'r'Ut.;.., "," (, .', ... .'.,. .
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'.. .......... Raise Rate w
",};: r- : f' "t Medicare to insurance
I" I f !' ....
if! ; ir." t. about $14.7 billion'In fiscal ytoc.1982 U
Because the Social Security ,
.. .l The' Medicare statute requires a
The .Department :
k r 1 vyM i > of Health and review each December of Uu the cost benefits increased by 11.2 percent in to$17.3 billion in fiscal year 198:\ Thfe 53major .
; ,.' ,'r':1 .+.,.1 ,. '1 Human the Services basic announced Dec 30 of the SMI program and the setting of June 1981 the 'medical insurance factors responsible arsJJie,in- :\t:
4 rr' J"-.f that premium paid by which with premium can increase no more than creases in physicians'fees recognizedby
., .... a premium rate ; together
I, .. n'it 10 .. .r enrolled for .Medicare's 'Supplementary the Federal contribution.! estimatedto 11.2 percent yielding'the new Medicare and in the number of services 11:
Medical Insurance (SMI) premium of $12.20. 'If the increasewas furnished; a trend toward more::-;
Ir ,...'\ ', ,'fof ...".'l 1: "' :' ;, :: coverage will be increased from $11 ditures be sufficient that will to be cover Incurred all duringthe expen- not limited to the 11.2 percent In- expensive services, and wr increase S3:
.. .;. : 'per month'to $12,20 per month'for the 12-month period beginning July I, crease in Social Security benefits, the in the cost and use of hospital ser-3
"t"t..,. ,., 12-month period beginning nextJuly.About premium would have "to be set at vices. ila
.. \.or\ 28.8 million .982. .
will be
I "
,, ....:., ,, "t't- .., enrolled in the' Supplementary However the law limits any Increase $24.30 per month. In addition, the President "
1 R" "fi'Ji t'' I I Medical' Insurance part of MedicareIn in the amount of the premium' The cost of benefits under the December 30 signed H.R. 4331 which!
d t .' *; > ., S FY-1983, including 26 million age 65, effective July 1 to the percentage by plementary Medical Insurance Sup- will restore the minimum benefits ;
'which Social cash benefits program
older and 2.8 million"disabled .
or people current beneficiaries' toZ
are expected to-increase from
( 19814benefits
'. : under age 65; : :
I 'M I .,'' ..' AI '..'. '.,.. ,"'.i.t. } ''l..r t",* ;. Start Now

1,";I \f! l"" : "'."e'"(''I'., I"' ...''....' '..". ;t3 Planning j for' Retirement 1 I Iis

.' ".. People planning to retire in early for months he or she meets' evidence. This Includes his or- her most convenient. The application
...:. Lt: 'r' .. "". 1982 should start making serious eligibility requirements for th entire Social Security card or a record of the process can be started by phone an .'t. ... plans right now if they have not yet month. number, birth or baptismal certificate completed by mail. '' -53: :,
'wr _'Ai !. \ ." done so. Generally this means that unless a and Forms W-2 or self- More information about Social ::
t f. ; .IJ'l ih c'". A part of this planning should be applying person was born on the first day of a employment tax returns for the past 2 Security benefits can be obtained at"3
,'" ..' ,. ',fl t'},..A; ., ,. for Social Security retirement month, he or she cannot get a benefitfor years. If this evidence Is not the Gainesville Social Security office,?:":*
,' .jf"I. P '"1.\ ''. i)c: ,.r,. .. benefits. A. Glenn Moore, Social the month of his or her 62nd birth- available, the people at the Social located at 530 N. Waldo, Rd. The::: 4
..>1..,.. ..J.;"...'rt." "t''. ,. ". \ Security district manager In day. The first benefit payable is for'the Security office may be able to suggest telephone number is 370-2575,4Bfl-274t.r":
.'1' \ Gainesville, said recently. following month. substitutes.An fo Williston, Bronson and Chieflandj :
Applying for benefits at the proper Before applying, a person should application can be made either 964-5066 for Starke;. OWX-2575 fOr-i' :
,\':;;:. ,.'. time is very Important Moore said. gather together the required 1 in person or by telephone, whichever Cross City and Tranton. ":
4 ., .".l\\;, ...., This is because benefits payments are .
.. 1.",,.. ".,<... ... .I...'' ., geared to the month o(application.For .
.oIi...; '" ', example a person applying /r
I. .. ''. after 65 receive; SPECIAL \
.'' ....II '" reaching genrally can r f
: for months before
''''''I' benefits up to 6 the
.. .. ,t ..._-:!'. _. month of application but not before

:L J. ......,.,'. =It"or1fa j .,."_":..,:.; '._a __...-.'. ....-. the A month person he applying or she reaches between 65.62 and PURCHASE SALE j

.d'H: .... .' 65 cannot generally get any benefitsfor
_._ '
: ; .;, I jI" :.: months before the month of ap

Jj:,,";.;; "A -" .", .1.. _:;";, i ,"'i.:",, plication.In .
1J"I't/.1. :"/. '. I'D"==..."="-- """ ',tlt'--, if\\'.. addition a person can receive
'.'- I> .. "... 11 H.P.Rop.r .
"J". .... AssaultsOn
.,' ':I;' i. "J.\ On-Duty
\ ..7;"
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; .. '"j' .(Ii ';.I\;::. ; Troopers High
-,._- ...- '. ..?,: ."If-. ; ; ...., '. "During 1981, 77 troopers were
> \ assaulted while performing their 8 Speed
assigned duties said the Florida

The First Baptist t'hurcmay run Highway Patrol today. .
In addition to the assaults, four GARDEN! TRACTOR w
troopers died. One was shot by an ,
have bats in its' belfrey, But it appears escaped prisoner and three died in the
crash of a patrol aircraft. Includes: ;;;
as if birds like to gather there for a sermon Seven of the assaults were with a O
firearm, one with a knife and four z
with dangerous weapons. Eleven V 42" Cutter.
were injured by being struck or kick- T122 '!fIr
Right Turn on Redis ed and 54 were struck without serious Deck RDPt:5R:
injury. Thirty-four of the assaults IOU i
resulted in personal injury to the
trooper. !
Being AbusedMore Colonel Eldrige Beach, Patrol .:r.
director said, "Disrespect for law en-
forcement officers to be in- Save $1078
and more drivers continue to right-of-way.
abuse the right on red law said the "A driver on a one-way street may creasing. Our officers receive ex- $159595 f
cellent in methods of
Florida Highway Patrol today. also make a left turn onto a one-way ting themselves training however, protec- 11 H.P. Tractor
"Permission to turn right on red street having all traffic proceeding to
was granted by the state legislaturein his left; however, the driver turning trooper making each violator an arrest with cannot drawn approach 7 :
most of the states; however unless left must first come to a stop and yieldto .
more drivers make the right turn cor- other vehicles and pedestrians proceeding gun.
Beach concluded ,
by saying
rectly, there may be an effort to do lawfully with the traffic
"Drivers who are stopped ,
away with the law said Colonel light.
Eldrige Beach Patrol director. "The right turn .on red. law.wag never reach in their pocket glove
"It is only permissable where thereis passed to speed up traffic as well as to compartment or under the seat as this CL SE IUT r.
it and may constitute a dangerous move and
no sign prohibiting can only conserve energy, concluded Beach, ,.
be done after first coming to,a complete -\ "but'as wittr'otheMCr2ttlclaws-! 'r =-ofttrR.mayJeel.thathis,bis lifejs being -,- ..... .. .,
stop. Also all pedestrians and, quires cooperation of driver placed in danger:;Just follow their -
every ...
other vehicles proceeding: as directedby to.make it work for the safety* the traffic light must be given the concerned." I It I. j
to i Lt. r. t
-- Leonard Whitehead 1

.Jr. Food. Store ''PlNItNN. '.... .... Arrives in Germany \II" [

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nu-MI. H"dt'n'. BABY FOOD II, son of Leonard K. and MayBelle B. -
PARKAY Whitehead of Starke, has arrived for

59. ... Milk 19 4100s duly at a post in Wildflecken, West 20 % OFF j
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"" All$nc"' Allxmm61 DETERGENT Whitehead, a platoon leader with
MOTOR OIL the 130th Engineering Brigade, was

99.ow.... Cigarettes 64 .. 169..... previously assigned at Fort Belvoir, j
VA. ,
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February 17
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: 1D 1 KLJ E911 fhruch Lawtey By News Phone Scht'dult'scth'itlp8 Elizabeth: 7X2-3:100:Terry: .

ru lr.bruer 14 1083 or While Qt r. Last Church or Cod: Sunday School 10

,, .LO ,. _'''''. ... .. a.m.; Worship Services 11 a.m. and 6
p.m. Prayer Meeting and YPE

All playt.xBRAS Jr' ': ;;,1;>:';':;";';;-':"::..., ',:, :f JrJf JtJ ', :'., ,,;J..: \:\' 'C'" i; Room Wednesday They had, 7:30 a: revival p.m. for one week
':ll tW; :j"V;" :;!'I"'C'" ,' ::EjT'E"B"S11L':: :' ;/ RUGPaper recently with two Evangelists:
;; : Brother Collins, of Marietta preachedone
In Stock ; [ ';;' i Ii IiI Sx3 night, and Brother Dan Cobb of

f.. JillIfE ; 'Rl'i': other Near night.Evergreen Long. Branch preached the

2000011TOY I .nl> ,"\'" : ;" ..""s..n. .eCll I $9.99 Kaplisl: Sunday School

>,1. ,\,;":""." \','.. .!..'.,,.,:I:1.7' .b,' :.... J ", ', )." .; .. "'i",. """",, ;'',.I"i"\",\.>,,J "I'': 7:30 10a.m.: p.;m Worship, Training Services Union 11 a.m.6pm.and
) $t"l fk1 '
; )) ; ;:: ( !;/ : ; ;':: pm.Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7:30
': ; ; f" ii

1 Qal. Jug ; lil, ) : ;" ; !' \: i i Bounty iVorshipServicella Faith Baptist: Bible.m.School and 7:30 10: am.pm.:

''' :.1 D'I'" ?ra>'er Meeting Wednesday, 7:30
AiraiiFreezeSumm i TowelsLimit ).m
} } : ( 1 1rel
Coolant Reg. 3.97 : Z First Baptist: Sunday School 9:45,:
a.m.; Worship Services 11 a.m, and

.. .." ,.'SiU':..r'.'(" L"J.\u.m, : $:1../AIi'Qn'erSf[ : I" {. \ .",...I"r", ;: i ir $ 7:30 Prayer: p.m.Meeting Training Wednesday Union 6:30: p.m.7:30:

$2.47Delwe d iiIifi'S:): : ; '; \ : ;,.' R89Charmin p.m.
( 1 f'\20'1:1'I I.. stf'A I Ie 'ffi' ::
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.Cl: 1i'L'I;::' }: .,;:> .",' ':" ,', ;. ,,' ,'" ", ', ,: .,. School Grace 9:5: l'nitl'dll'thodi..t a.m.; Worship: Services: Sunday 11
a.m. and 7 p.m. Choir Practice Sunday
( "" ; :" :" .\ '; :: : ::;" ::" 'i'; :(" '" 6:30p: .m.Highland -
:&;i':{. : ( ;;." ( '
"i'B" ti.'S'a' '
'"D': :,,',; 'H' ; School :Missionary 9:45 Baptist: Sunday Ser-
Silver :: a m ; Worship
Series : vices 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Prayer
Reel 013OOC neg. 21.9792m97 :: ?' :: S ; (l y : ;.L: TISSUE. Meeting Wednesday 7:30;: p.m.
4 Roll Pkg Limit :2 Laura Baptist! : Sunday School 9:45:
I 3.m.; Worship Service 11 am and
4 ; ) 'i'Y Y : : '\ i' 'Fft, :. IJ..t 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes-
','," '/. "" "" ,,.' :9' 'I" i -.. 99 $ lay; 7:30: p.m.
1 .;. ;,;: ',. .', ".;. : ; .. "
:;, :, ,;':':, .: .,./, ;.. <., ';" ., '.' ,........,: .. :R'g);::; :",""iI.( ," .. ''i ; School Long:10 Bridge a.m.; Worship Baptist" Services: Sunday II

...... .. .... ." .. a.m. and 7:30: pm. Prayer Meeting
I .' '1.0: :. ( :!" (\ ..',. Wednesday', 7:30: p,m.

AllBBGUNS .1 ..\;';.' .. DRAPESFbant: : ; ( I0-5x7 :Morgan: Road Baptist: Sunday
; Y: :
: .. ,, : .
.. School 10 a m,; Worship Services 11
.' Back: 5Qx84 ,o, Gold PictureFrames a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Union 6 p.in.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m.orth..idl' .
In Stock Regv9>97 First, Quality '
:\ Baptist: Sunday School 10
: a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Prayer Meeting 7 p.m.
250/0011 5of
99 Snivroa'.li..ionary: Baptist Sunday -
School 10 a.m.. Worship Services
," ... 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting
.'.' Wednesday, 7 p.m.

Stripe Scatter Mena Long Sleeve
Mrs. Rossie Reddish, and Mr and
RUGackle 'S.I'; t t Mrs Cecil Crawford, attended services -

.:, '.:. : .. ..i"QIe.Qu.t: :: : ; .: : Flannel. Shirts Sunday at Evergreen and then had Baptist dinner Church at MeClenny on-

20 x 30 neg. 3.28 ,... Qty Limited neg. 6.97 They visited their aunt, Mrs
..,;{:. 1 ,r:1'.pe.: : : .i "f, :Q"'rQ' "p"'i..' Kizzie Chism. and Mrs. Thelma
$ : ,
.. Wilson at Baker Nursing Home on
197i ;" '
$4.27Coi. Sunday afternoon.
,: Ladies Children's'
Miss Debbie Taylor and Kind.il!
,: ," : : .; ,. ,. Mosley announced their engagement
,;" ; ;aj3M; 'W. : : Jan. 23 and will-be married Friday.Feb. .
; ., .r: .
i :; ." ,, : ,, .: 5 at the home of Mr'and.Mrj
l y Sun i i ..... Edward Roberts a/t/ 7 pfn. AU.. friends
S '
) \ and relative*'are invited "*
raL [ !
CAIN j .'*: fM: .1 We are happy to report that Brother
; ( .. Ray Hosier's fool is improving and so
.. .
"':"" '' '' ' '' '''' '''''' '''''' :''F0' '' far they haven't had to do surgery' on
1 aallon Can ';" / 5''O. '''' '' '' ('' I220K105 Reg. 25.99 it. Our
.: .. : ':' ; ': ; prayers are with them
.. .. : ;,
'''''O''f''fY'T... "'.. Julius Eunice of Starke. and Phil
'. . Euince of Lake City', visited their

$1.97 .. .'pty., '"Limited: .'. ; \" $17. 77 over parents I the weekend.Mr. and Mrs. Harld Eunice

.. \ Mrs. Rossie Reddish celebrated her
84lh birthday' on Jan. 25. Her niece,
I! Mrs. Pat Hamilton, of Gainesville.
.. ,, took her to dinner at the Steak House.
Later in the afternoon her children

Fenwlck't' ":,1 ...t! i grandchildren.grandchildren came and with birthday great
\.,""t' ,: Mr. Coffee T.Q. & Y.Aluminum. cake and ice cream.
Tammy Mosley, of Maxville, spent
: .. Friday night and Saturday with her
Box.. i : r Foil grandparents Mr. and !Mrs. Harold
) With ,Coffee Saver Feature Eunice.

Extra Large 6 Tray,Box. 25 aqO'' ft. roll Limit 3 Friends of Mrs Jack Estes, regret
.-t. ...... :. ii #CB7DO Reg. 22.99 to learn that she was a patient in
j Bradford County' Hospital Thursdayuntil

$ .'8 1 SundayJustin Kelly', son of Mr. and Mrs.
'g'- : 3.1900
1 19.99. Dave Kelly, of Jacksonville, spent a
\ long weekend with his grandparents.
jI Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sterling and
I family, of Jacksonville were Sunday'
guests of (their parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Fleam Starling.
Brannon Kelly,son of Mr. and Mrs.
TT Dave Kelly of Jacksonville spent I the
Fabric Clearance weekend in St Vincents Hospital
Memory Lane SaParl ".mou..r.nda Jacksonville.
Mrs. Danny Luke and baby Miss
Dress Prints. Dress PrintsPolyester Lynn Whaley', and. Lynn Boch and
Sportswear Assort) children of Alachua. were Sunday-
Polyester Rayon 100% ,. guests of his mother Mrs. Daisy'
10O% Polyester-Cotton Blend j Boch. and his grandmother, Mrs.
Regular 2.97 yd.. Polyester Regular 2.79 yd. Regular 1.97 yd. Nellie Wilkinson. Jennie Boch spent
Polyester the weekend with them. Lynn came

1 9 7 Irregular On BoltRegular 1.97. 9 7 $ after,them Oscar in Vanzant the afternoon.Mr was a.Saturday'
:dinner guest of his in-laws Mr. and
yd. Flatfoldyds 88 yd yd. Mrs. Cecil Hardee.

Miss Elizabeth '
Terry was a guest of
her sister Mrs. C.E. Strickland, of
Gainesville Monday until Wednes

Strip, Aram 3 2.YdS" 100% PolyesterDouble. Par Out day.Mrs.. Geraldine Norman's uncle and-
aunt helped her celebrate her birthday -
PRINTS Feb. 1 with dinner and by bring
Screen I '
Knit Prints ing her a birthday cake.
Polyester Cotton Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith hosted a
on"Bolt Polyester Cotton
2.29 birthday party for their foster son.
Regular yd. ,Regular .. Regular S.79 yd. Jeff Bundy, on Sunday afternoon.

$ OQ $1 00 ;; Guests Brown and were daughter Mr. and Shawna.Mrs. Mrs.D.O.

1. 7 7'd; 1 9 7. yd. 2. 4 7 Cathy Gallagher son Brown Troy, Jim and and Refreshments son Robbi Michael.LaMonteand were John

home made ice cream birthday cake.
and pecan pie.
School,!New"* '
r On behalf) of the children of; Law
Elementary School,'we wish to It;
Open : Mon.-Wed. 9-8 i the following people for
Your I Best Buy rs at T G &Y.! generous donations
Thurs.Sat.. 99Sunday Mr. Toole owner of Acme 1-' ',
Visa and Mastercard Accepted ware, donated Jump ropes: M- nt.
Center manager of Jackson BuiJdinjflpply.
Family 126 donated jump ropes; and MP/"ard,
manager of T G,and -fflonated
301 S Starke, Fl. marbles. All of these Item-Ire for the
benefit of the school chiUlP for heir \\
before school aclivltie-fThank you '

i ._..-. -.-" : for your continued\ hejpfid support.

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News Briefs ,
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'could develop when the'
further charges
left turn. A vehicle driven by EugemH. e as a train approached eastbound.Raulerson's shoes according to Patrolman. Ricky 'Authorities Question autopsy is complete and the cause of{
AccidentsJan. Dunham. Havanna, Fl. attempt:t[ vehicle crossed in front of Bennett. death established.
to pass Connor. Dunham skidded int, the (rain and was struck in the right Starke Woman's DeathThe Mrs. Reynolds was a native of
29. Harold Chandler, 32, of 1509 the Connor vehicle. side. Sometime over t the weekend a breakin Johnson City, Tenn. and her body was
Old. Lawley Kd., and Elmer Boyd Damage to Connor's 1972 Ford Irurlwas t There were no injuries. Damage to occured at the Vo-Tech School on N body of Catherine Sue Reynolds, released to family members and
Davis. 17 Whispering Pines Motel $20 damage to Dunham's 197!7 r Raulerson's 1974 Ford pickup was$400 Orange St. A screen window had been age 27 of Rt. 4 Box 1467, Starke, was transported to Johnson City for burial.
Stark, were both driving slowly to Chevy was 1500. Ihe 1973 G. E. train suffered no cut and opened at (the heavy equipment found in her trailer residence on Thursday -
turn into McDonalds parking lot when Connor was charged with impropelchange damage according to Trooper B. A. operator classroom trailer. Feb,4.
Chandler struck Davis' vehicle, in the of course Dunham was charged Williams.On Nothing was reported missing 'or Mrs. Reynolds' body was discovered Scholarship
with violation of right of way when destroyed. The incident is investigatedby when a business associate of Daniel
rear.Damage to Chandler's 1979 approaching an intersection accordingto ,, Feb. 8, of Patrolman N, Jackson. Charles Summers went to the trailer at InformationTime
Oldsmobile! was$-toO, damage to Davis' Corporal J. R. Hobbs Starke. backed into a veblcfedrlven by 1:30 p.m. and found the trailer on fire.
1U73! Pontiac was $75 according to William Restall of Tampa at (the Pep-O The fire was quickly,extinguished witha
Feb. 6 entered the for those ....
On someone Bay is running out junior. ,
Patrolman Kicky Bennett Thomas J. McDonough drove ono, station as Rest a II approached. the gas moderate amount of damage to the
Street home of Frank Knight taking a and senior class high school students
US-301 from the Siesta Motel south of f pumps interior. A preliminary autopsy report .
from safe with
moneybag a an undisclosed interested applying for
Feb 1. Daisy Blnndeau Kincaid. 52, Starke traveled about 345 ft. and was i There was no damage to Wynn's 1967 amount of in it. revealed that Mrs..Reynolds had been who are *
ur I Macon Ga.. was attempting to leave struck in the rear by a vehicle driven Ford truck damage to Restall's 1978! money dead between 24 and 36 hours prior to $1,000 college scholarships.
from his home
the parking lot of Captain 'D' Ford was$450, according to Patrolman Knight was away at the the fin 'The autopsy report further deadline lo for applications is March
by Cullen Davis of Tampa, on Feb. 6.
Lt. Lane
time, according to Sibley. and be made by contacting -
IS, 1982 can
restaurant, apparently struck a passing McDonough, 56, of Starke, was ad- David Crum.Starke. revealed.that Mrs Reynolds had been
Educational Communications. .
vehicle and was pushed into a ul Lilly mitted to Bradford County Hospital. beaten over a-considerable portion of Ihe .
Foundation. 3105 MacAr-
Scholarship -
t pole. Damage to McDonough's I'.Wl VW Robberies On Feb.7 Edna Faye Griff reported her body :
Cadillac thur Blvd., Northbrook. ILL 60062. t
Damage to Kincaid's 1975 Bradford County' Sheriff's Depart-
was $1,500 damage to Davis' 1'JUO someone had removed uniforms from students;
To receive an application
I wasL010.( ) ment arrested Daniel Charles Sum
Cadillac was $1,500( according to
machine at Laundromat
the Biggs on
Kincaid charged with driving Skyrocket During 31 of the address at should send a selfaddressedrstamped :
was Trooper D. C. Roberts. Lafayette St., in Starke. The DOC mers age same :
envelopee with a note ; ;
while intoxicated and driving while her 5:30: p.m. February 5th. Mr. Sum-
t license was suspended according to prison uniforms were valued at approximately mers is charged with arson and aggravated slating their name address cil)'.'::::
I Richard T Deese was westbound on Week of :Full MoonOn SUM: according to Patrolman and "
slate zip 'code approximate! -
I Patrolman Wilkinson. CR-229 when he crossed the centerlineand Willie Searcy battery and is presently being '
struck an oncoming vehicle driven held in the Bradford County Jail in grade point average. Fifty award]
}Feb 2 Donald E. Alvarez 40, of lieu of bond. winners will be selected on the basis:
by Melvin Griffis of Siarke, on Feb. 5. Feb. 2, a black male entered the Sometime during (the night of Feb. 8 $50,000,
Kaiford was northbound on SR-16. Damage to( Deese's 1978 Chevy LiT. Champ Store at US.301nd SR-16 in and morning of Feb.9 an unknown Sheriff Reddish said that the investigation of academic performance involvement
Grover C. Russell, 58, of Orange Park, person into the death of Mrs. in racurricular) activities and
pickup was $500, damage to Griffis Starke, showed the clerk a small han- broke the window on the east side
: was: southbound on SR-16. Turned left Reynolds Is still being conducted and financial need. ',:
1981 Buick was $3,000. dgun and told her he wanted the of the building and entered the Sears
in Iron! of Alvarez onto SRThe
Deese with from the register.The .
was charged driving on money Catalog Store on North Temple Ave.
I Ironl of Alvarez's vehicle struck the t the wrong side of the road, according to clerk took the money from the i
t right rear of Russell's pickup. Trooper D. S. Cranford.On cash register and put it in a paper bag. The store was pilfered with an undisclosed
:s Damage to Alvarez's 1974) 'Ford The man then told t the clerk to lay down. amount of money taken. An
wagon was $:.50, damage to Russell'sI'J7 Feb. 8, a log truck driven by on the floor while he fled. inventor under way to determine ifanything
( Chevy pickup was $IJ((). Robert K. Chcsser, 28, of Siarke. was The man was 5'4" or 5'5" tall, weighed is missing.Investigation .

Alvarez was charged with making an B. turning right onto US-301 from SR-100 approximately 140 Ibs., was wearinga is pending according to |
improper turn according to Trooper in Starke when the logs struck a green net hat, a red top (possibly a Patrolman N. Jackson. NIT'S
A. Williams. Sawyer-Slade truck. The truck was sweater or sweatshirt), and was clean y

N'oidrie Moses of Lake City and driven by Barry Lynn Whitehead of shaven. Feb. 2 Julia's Florist on North Tem-
Lake Butler. Investigation into the robbery is con-
broken into with small
was a
Ala. ple V
James K. Picked of Doban.) were
Damage to the 1978! Ford I truck was tinuing, according to Patrolmen Eston amount of money taken.A .
westbound on SR-100. Moses was attempting $1,000 there was no damage to the Container Mosher Willie Searcy and W. Wilkinson. brick was used to gain entry by
to pass another vehicle as
Corp. log truckaccording to window in the exit of
Picket! was turning left onto( a dirt breaking a rear.
Patrolman David Crum.
road. T'heright front of Moses' vehicle On Feb. 3, a white male walked into the building. YOUR MONEY
The ) broke into
struck;1 the left side of Pickett's vehicle. same night someone
Moth drivers sustained minor injuries the Tenneco Station on Temple Ave. in Santa Fa Insulation by breaking a !.
a passenger in Ihe Picked vehicle. Minor Accidents Starke pulled a pistol out of his coat rest room window using a brick. THROW IT AWAY OR
cocked the and demanded
Bruce W. Strickland also. received Kathryn Paige Roberts, 16, Hampton pistol According to Patrolman N. Jackson
minor injuries. was backing out of a parking money The man was wearing a hooded Ihe investigations: are pending in both INVEST IT !

Damage to Mines 1I77! Dodge was space at McDonalds Feb. 5, when she jacket blue jeans and had a stocking breakins.For \ .
$.!10. damage to Picket! INI2! Chevrolet struck a truck dcx>r. The door on the ,
) his face. He describedas
x\as $i.5ii( ). driver's side of the parked unoccupied pulled over was the third time since the Lit __.,'<. '
approximately, carrying a 22 .
:Muses was charged with failure to vehicle was open. Champ on Ihe comer of US-301 and ,
due to B. Roberts' calibre revolver. Taking an undisclosed SR-16 has opened for business it was t tI trs3rTsrTL4c1 .
use care according Trooper Damage to 1977 Plymouthwas : ,
amount of money the man left run-
\ Williams. $150 damage to the parked 19H1 ning toward the Florida Bank, aCcor- nibbed.
GMC truck belonging to Albert G. to Patrolman Rhoden. I :
ding Scotty
'\111:14::! p in. Feh/2. Marla Darley. 16. Sparks of Brooker was $150. The latest rubbery occured Feb 10, : : .1 }
The accident was investigated by according lo Pat rohnan Ricky Bennett.
"it Siarke was leaving the Bradford On Feb. 4, at 1:20: a.m., a black male ;
I 11 igh School. l area on Lake SI.,when she Patrolman Wilkinson. came to the atlendent at the 301 Gulf The clerk was in I the back of I the store ._
apparently\ lost i control. of her 19T8 Hon Station and asked for kerosene. When sweeping when a man wearing a stocking :::1
da. Darlwpnl! off the road>> on the Roger Dale Bennett 23 of Starke (the attendant started to pump the mask, faded blue jeans a light .,....
right side sinking a culvert then going backed into a parked: 1979! Ford wagon kerosene a second man came to him brown jacket with a hood on it, and '''
.lIl'hol'l1e. landing on I Ihe top of the car. in McDonalds parking lot Feb. 6. and asked him for his money. The man work boots entered: the store. The man I I 1982 12x60 2 3 bdrm. Base # Set Up ,:
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barley and passenger Krisly There was no damage to Bennett's showed him a small pistol in his left (race undetermined said he wanted .'
were both where taken In Bradford treated CountyIlrspilal and 1973 Ford I truck, damage to t the parked rear pocket possibly a .22 revolver.The the moneyout of the cash register He Big B Front Kitchen, Furnished, House type door, w/oBl";
they were vehicle belonging to Norman E. attendent gave the man the money and had a silver pistol according lo the '
released.Darley. he left on foot running west on SR-100.( () clerk. hookups.
Phillips of Brooker was $300.:
with careless
was charged When
the attendent turned aroundthe
Pat rohnan The accident was investigated by The man left I the store running
'Inving. according to lUcky man wit h the kerosene can had also '
Patrolman Wilkinson.
Itonnet I IMichael fled. around the south side of the building )

The describt ion of the clothing on the with an undetermined amount of
: Con nul'. 30. Rt. 4 Box 222, Matty. Raulerson., of High SprIngs first man is unknown the second man money. 1 .. "
Sl Irke. was travelling eastbound ont was southbound on S. W. 4th Ave was wearing a London Fog jacket Invest igat ion is con!inuing according C7 I. ...,.' \1 ::4 ..
Sinthen:!!)) he attempted\ to make a attempting to cross a railroad crossing white ski blue jeans and tennis '. '

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I De& iiApproaches for Dream Girl Sign-' p F I ,N C g;II";c: -"-"-

1.l'1S I than iwn I weeks remain word "by Bradford Convalescent Ser Junior!Miss D/'e.am/ Girl, ages 11-15. leslanls and long gowns for Dream ::': :: 1 ::.

To date M-vi'Mipon contestants have vices. !Miss Dream Girl, ages 1621.A Girl Contestants ages 721. 1tco RM. MASTER BED IIII
-iKiKil 1 up lor the 1UH2! Dream GirlI'.igiMni. Celeste Mellon, age W, is I the Entry forms! are available at' Normans LYlNCf ....
scheduled for Feb. 27 in I the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ixiniiird T.Atehmn winner. and firstand secund- Produce! US-301: N.. and the Image :
I Unique! room ol Tina's Little Italy \ of Railord.Yemeako runnemp will be chosen in each divi Maker 12011! N. Temple Ave.. Tina's D1NIMq RM
I tt'sl l;l lllI'.1II1. on US-u: >l S in Siarke.Tlio Fountain, age 4. the sion. Winners will receive a crown, Little Italy and Sunshine Florists <(
must recent entriesare: daughter Mary Fountain I and Hubert, trophy banner and flowers. Runnersup ,

Cynthia Harris, age 9!(. the daughter Fountain of Washington, D.C., is sponsored will receive rnphies.I An overall winner j 'ljJ)
by TG and y. will receive a cash prize of $50. 1.
<.1 l Pat and Harluira" Dickens, and I A'I'
Selena Norman age 10.1 he da lighter The Dream/ Girl is
U pageant sponsored
> in.in I lams isspiin.sored by Keith's 1 u7
of Mr. and Mrs. L.M. ;Norman, is spun- by The Image !Maker US-301: N in
lioauiy' 'Salon. sored by the Western Steer Restaurant.' Siarke I iph. U64-7100)) Pageant coordinator r : 28x70.,.,3, or 4, bdrm. 1,848 sq. ,ft. : .:;
Lisa ( ;lIIadl ', age 14.1 he daughter of Debra! Jean Grit I is. age 14. 'the iind director is Mrs. Debra Norman -
Tony. anil Pal' Canadeo. is sponsored by daughter of Lester and CarolynVill. Loaded with extras, beautiful field stone fireplace, paddla1 l'

Keystone' I\UIIl'I'4. ingham is sponsored by Community A photo, application and $25 entry\ fee fans Roman,tub, l'11ore. more, more. ,rfw loa

tract. Alane Thomas age 4. the Slate Bank.Krisly must be submitted by Ihe Feb. 20 ., ,. trim 'oOo::
il.muliirr:/ ol Tommy and tail; Thomas Renee Lee age 4. the deadline. Entrants may have a )
i. NHinxintl| by :New: Method: Cleaners. daughter of Glenda and Johnny 1 Ixf, is business as a sponsor or sponsor a> p....; -IJ toCJDMT )ivMB
sponsored by Whitehead Insurance. I hemselves. ..... !
.Maria !Dickens, age ::1. (he daughter)
The talent portion of the is ... )
pageant' .00. l' -11S
"I l I POI'I mid Barium Dickons is
spon- Deadline for entering is Feb. :20.!I The optional, but to inI ..z
'oiiil' 1 by Slumps I Depl. Stint. open anyone who is i ftMrTira 8a0 QM. !KITLNFN BlED RM.
pageant is open lo anyone ages ::1-21. I lerested. e
It 1'1'1'1..1' iann, ago -t.,the daughter Contestants will compete in one of Bobbie Wike will be the photographer lXl '. JhH tI
': I ielmr.ili,. Gunn.; is mnsnivd by ,theI four divisions based on age for girls for Ihe pageant Any contestant desiring 1I 1-i,
I- irula Hank ol Siarke.SI.HJ and a single division for boys the divisions photographs should make I .. ,)(
is hoilaiiKli'tT arrangements sot ; I I I I :: .Ir Ill) lisn" lil
UK' Bryan! age li. I are: prior to (the night of the cur r01t. ti _
ol MidiaolTiiH: ir' and Huso show ,I, wr' S 00:
She be contacted
can at 7823748.: L 1ry v ,- i-iiI
"r oj i| iiiulilv IViiples. Tiny Dream Boy ages :)lfi. Competition attire will be suit and lie Ai.' rr,11 t' !. : .
.lulu1' Tli'oma/ *. stm it. the daughter! Tiny Dream Girl ages :INI. for Tiny Dream Boy contestants, short v ,71 I .alin

Mi, and :Mi's. Tommy 'Thomas i is apn- Lillie Mixs\ Dream Girl ages 7-10. party dress for Tiny Dream Girl con- Tnicl Alane ThumuH 14x60 1981 Close Out Special -... ,19 ';

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Overview oj the Senior Citizens lunching at St. Anne's in Keystone Heights -=-.-Jf OPEN: Monday 964-8588 thru Friday

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Ejrst Methodist Hosted / .


Singles Again Symposium

At t

;et your experience of the churchlift to be included in ,the church
Vou up rather than put you down," fellowship. '
saiq! Dr. Donald Bain, keynote Bain was Introduced by Rev. Warren ( [ !
speaker at the Singles Symposium Langer, minister of First United
laslj;Saturday morning at the First Methodist. Dr. Bain is co-minister of
Untted: Methodist Church in Starke. the 2200 member Trinity United *
Sp'metimes this message is hard to Methodist Church in Gainesville.. He
find', he commented, because of has his PhD. in Counselor Education
others' attitudes as Well as our own interpretation from the Universtiy of Florida.
I of their altitudes. Bain's greatgreatgrandmotherwas If You Like Bargains You'll Love Shopping Family Dollar !
The church could be considered the born in Bradford County and his
"scene of the crime," he jokinglysaid great-grandparents were married
because it is where some received here. He is related to the John Wesley ("
a "ring in the nose" and after Dukes, George Washington Daniels
divorce have "rings under the eyes." Lastinger, and Gaskins families. c,
Dr. Bain discussed themes from the One othe afternoon speakers,
Bible having to do with God's leading Louis Reed, director of the Pastoral P H'' il'1SII I I I I II'1rI !
people of faith through difficulty to Center Jacksonville, spoke to the I
healing and renewal, as a model for group of over 40 single adults about 1
divorced persons to rebuild their "loneliness, the feeling of being more
live*. separated" than others. ... : Box
Ejnphasis was made upon people "School' spirit and loyalty to family ,.. .euewwe
needing this help to take their own initiative gave us structure in our earlier years. M CAN NO t ,, .l Rinso j
in organizing supportive But when these things naturally o WI Detergent
who would there is ," he explained.
groups encourage change pain
rec very and the rebuilding of thE CLark Edwards, who has a degreein $ 9 9 44-6z size heavy
livdj; of those experiencing divorce pyschology and works for the Bradford 3 1 3.5-Oz. 1 Cannon duty laundry SHSSS? ?:> e .
A:i appeal! was made for church Union Guidance Clinic was to powder Limit 2 SUPER VALUE
lea ers not to be condcming'oY reje speak on children but was sick and For Caress Soap Bath Towels
divorced but instead to couldn't attend. However, he offered
tin persons 3.5-oz. Caress body bar with. bath oil. Chose solids, stripes, or floral prints.
inc de them in church fund ion' and a comprehensive bibliography on
,arid divorce foLhWste wHo ewet'e Limit 3. Terry or velour. Slightly irregular.
not just invite coupes/ ; and to ,
rec IiilAg-'lhat'' HtMt l families Joday interefCHI.Fi I 7t!r"'" "F .. ,.. ..t 4-
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I Wildlife' Alert Has New Address I 1 i 7 1 11 9

-irida's Wildlife Alert reward pro- may remain anonymous and are not ff.Be.ncf
grapn now has a permanent addressto required.to testify in any court pro Babe L'Oreal "
\ghich tax-deductible contributions ceedings.The
may be mailed. fund is administered by the Spray Ultra Rich p
non-profit association composed of 13
Persons oor organizations seekingto '
for W ute to t the. fund may send sportsmen appointed by the Commis- Cologne Hair Care
the contributions to the Wildlife sion's executive director. Reg: Price 2.59! Co d w? Ultra Richshampoo
AI t Reward Association, c.o. TheS Since the program's inception in 3-oz. Babe spray and $
First National Bank of Lake November 1979, more than $30,000 the'ttssweiatlon'to'cUizens. in COLOGNf SPRAY mist cologne. By ,.,,, conditioner.16oz. 1 Close-Up

327 Co 8.nty, Drawer 8,.]Lees. to burg" ," .FL' .'rewards' have been .paid'At least by 565 MIST Faberge. St+ompoo size. Toothpaste

have been charged with Limit 2.
9bhso[ ')')1'1.0' persons Of''rrio "/
1 irou'gTnnfiyre ard-pWgram, per violations of wildlife 6r fish laws Reg. 1.34! 6.4-oz toothpaste with real
sorCo who assist the Florida Game through the program.' mouthwash. Limit 2
mission with information leading Associatin Chairman David O.Tttarland '
tot{ Ife-attd fish noWtTthat some 60 percentof
vio ors beco eH'e for a cashCommission the persons reporting law viola-
aw tions or suspicious activities to the oaaoaanarO rSU
C zens assisting th CommissioaJdecline a reward. 521LJ 0000
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I HA nvoiv& to J\e p. Falilf.ers in :Business

hough man)' farm rs are F ring can reasonably expect FmHA! to stay Freshness Bic
fin cial difficulty because of II tay's with thdm.A'Wg Douche a < p0
co -sgerttt"Ate' F EsII '.vill be working with our bor- < Disposable
e Administration (FmIlAI) in- rowers and with the commercial. Concentrate Lighters
te s to do all it can 10 help its bor- ding institutions to overcome these 2-oz. NewFreshness F' I .
ro 'era! stay in farm 'ml.lA State temporary problems," Drew said. Reg. Price 991
Di ector Mitchell N.!' '&sa.d today: "Agriculture is basicaly healthy,justas the Disposable lighters
We recognize there are problems, the Secretary said; there is no natural liquid ISO V/z. Bushel by Bic. Forthousands
pr lEjTtJwith; ', igh interest rates, in- question about it. We Just have to doucheconcentrate. Laundry Basket of
CIa ion, a rain embargo, adverse move out of the present situation and I lights
we ther and other causes," Drew dig in for the long run." Heavy duty plastic laundry basket. 1 /.
sa "And these have been inlen- bushel capacity.
sifted by overall bumper crops that Court Sentencing'In
hate. affected prices." Bradford County
s Secretary of Agriculture John
PI ck said recently, our frozen Appearing for sentencing before : 3k
ec OmY Is in a valley right now and Judge Wayne M. Carlisle last week in .t$4 d' Of
ne ds some help to move on up the hill,, Bradford County Circuit Court was ..
on he other side." Willie Lee Pierce. Pierce was Each"!
new said Block had instructed sentenced to 30 years in the Department -
Fntf-IA to explore the use of private, of Corrections 'for attempted Ladies'
credit to supplement its own lending murder in the 1st degree. .Pierce, 22, 450
reapurcs whenever.possible \\n addi-" of Starke, must serve 38 months Spring Top !
tio i, existing legal authority; to before he will be eligable for,parple
reschedule] or defer payments is to be FSP inmate David Lee Collier,guilty t And Shirts I Fruit Of
us 4d where practicable. of assault of a law enforcement officer y Novelty,knit and
1 We intend to be reasonable,just as was sentenced to 1 year in the woven tops In 8 8 Ladles Penny The LoomUnderwear
Se retar Block ordered,:' Drew said. Bradford County Jail. ; 7 Loafer And
"C ir objective is to keep farmers iribufiness. Inmate Steven Dwight Lacey Belle I stripes and solids
TgsA isn't, to say there wdn't was sentenced to 5 years to run con with lace, appliques,| Pair Boat Moccasin T-shirts, sizes
bel some .who o'out of business, secutively with his current imprisonment rb e!,, rol fnes'd Two of this season's most popular S.M.L.XL. or briefs,
because Inert.will be, but :we are go- Belle was found guilty of battery a r. ,,, piping In durable brown 'preppy sizes 28-42.
init to use the best judgment we cana upon a law enforcement officer. more. SML. styles vinyl.
I reasonable criteria in makingourJo ,. Belle is serving 35 years for robberyand
1 i decisions." a life sentence for ..1st..degree. ::
ecretary Block said' thai bor- murder from Dade County;' ** $ ,.
ro ers who have made good faith'er- Inmate Lewis Taylor was sentenced 7 i
foils to pay their!Ians,/ who havem to 5 years to run consecutively with
| intained their loan security.in good the 129 years sentence he is now serving Pair )
CI dition,who follow sound, recognize 'from Broward County. Taylorwas
ed management practices and who found guilty of' possession "of-'a. Ladies'Knickers
ha -e a reasonable chance to succeed weapon. = Wi"a 1tt' I R"' ': ,

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Most Citizens Agree That Phosphate Should be Mined in the Osceola ForestIn

a recent questionnaire the impact of the meeting In terms of their responses.In .
Baker learning behavior. terms' of rating the overall
"People and Jobs for County; changed
several important questions were'on Also, the .results, as well as a quality (Ie., 'room, speaker's arrangements
the future growth and. development. report Covering the phosphate mining presentationslocation, F
the county. controversy over the 1st 17 years, and time period) of the meeting;!93 When most caulks crumble *J JGeocel
One t>f them was the agree were'given at the annual meeting of percent of the respondents viewed the ,
disagree statement: "Phosphate min- the Community Development Societyof town meeting as either good (at 41 flexible.
ing should not be allowed "in' the Americans in August,1981,in Penn percent) or excellent (at 52 percent). stays
Osceota 'National Forest. The sylvania.A When participants were asked .A
choices and Tesponses were as ten question survey was mailedout whether they learned anything at the
follows: (to the town meeting participants) meeting,about 90 percent stated their
Agree 4 57 percent. months after the knowledge of the subject matter had ';
Undecided' 19 percent. April approximately town meeting.It two. increased-with 59 percent saying. it Exterior Can b-t pentad_ tou may never ham to cauftor .:::
Disagree- 24 percent. estimated that about 90' increased significantly. toe/that '.
was' ptoco egoln
The of this study, which Sealant ;
was conducted over the summer mon- people attended the meeting. Of those In response to the statement: r
ths, primarily from' June to 90 in attendance, 14 were speakers, "Phosphate' mining should not be i ':
t six coordinators,and 5 allowed in the Osceola National
the were program
September, 1981,was to determine J c.
were televhion'technicians: Another Forest;" some 73 percent agreed.
needs of Baker County. vU
employment The information attained will 10 eithe signed their name illegibly,or Another 14'percent were undecided. The caulk that works :
the Commerce their addresses were unknown. Those was <.equalled. 13 per tr
assist the local Chamber of Stays flexible twice as much i
i in their recruitment efforts'to The total reachable audience. cent.When as silicone t 1 I
asked their to the
?? attract business and industry to
new thus, equalled 55.
would .Won't break .
following: "Phosphate'mining under I
[ ; the county After sending out the initial ques- stress f
Age and Sex tionnaire and follow-up postcard, 84 not really be'too" damaging to the environment B Resealabte i
All age groups are unified in their percent, or '46 individuals returned 73 percent disagreed. Palatable I
opposition to strip ming the Forest.
t eonsaNnurp"n"n"nY
The most opposition is in the 25-44 Twenty year Me expectancy nrtaid j
age bracket where 59 percent were Ultraviolet resistant >
against mining. _
+E Sex does not appear to be an important B Excellent adhesion even on '
variable as there is only a difference Outreach Office to Re-open damp surfaces ,. ,,.,,,??
i of two percent between men
and women. I Jft"i
or the males, 56 percent were opposed Suwannee River Economic Council, not be over 125 percent of poverty Otocrt -*-
: 54 percent of the females voice Inc., announces the reopening of its level, and proof of home ownershipand riW. CAULKING :
opposition. Bradford County, Community income is required.The Look for In Store Coupon fc SEALANT
Education Community Garden Programhas
Outreach Office located at RJE
total limit*)lo 10 MrtrMeM, or 30 lubM cult_. .I'
Opposition to mining in the Forest School, 1080 N. Pine Street. Office vegetable seeds available for pv
strongly correlates to one's education. hours are from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., Mon- qualifying low-income families who ;
According to the'survey results, day through Friday. wish to add to the family income by iF
the more education Baker Countians planting spring gardens. Anyone in-
have received the more they are inclined At this time applications from low tersted in obtaining these and other Manufacturers' Rebate //Geood
to be opposed to the mining. income families are being accepted at services offered should call or visit
For example, 66 percent of those the Outreach Office for home the office at 1080 N. Pine Street. For $130 rwaY.P1d
individuals with a graduate or professional weatherization repairs. To be eligiblefor further information contact Sylvia -
:degree were opposed. to mining. this program family income can- Patterson, 964-6696. Y
Conversely, of those'individuals
who responded with "some high --
school completed," 49 percent stated
they were opposed to the mining.Of AlL
those individuals' who com- ;
pleted college, over 66 percent stated BETTER THINGS GJSk
they were opposed to the mining.'s 7
Additionally, the more educationone TO DO THAN CAULK t

decisive has he/she accumulated was on the, question the more of WIDE HOMES t i AND RECAULK THE /

phosphate mining.For SAME OLD PLACES TRY I
example, 27 percent of those
who responded in the "some high Prices Start at $ O GEOCEL CAULKING SEALANT l
school category" were undecided. on 730500 r
the question.: Little As 1
Whereas, only 14 percent of the
graduate and professional school $700.00 Down
respondents, and 12 percent of the college
graduates'were undecided.. Specializing inFLEETWOOD

Income Similarly as one's education' Geocel runs rings around

directly related to Baker Countian's puJ
response to the strip mining question, .F.tA.. crumbly caulks
so did one's income level. ;
Income levels were divided into 4 I ,
live categories of less than $9,000 I I .

$25,000$9,000-14,999 plus. $15,000-$24,999 and. I I'' I I I [ JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLYLake

Those making less than$9,000 per 11 ..
year showed 49 percent opposed to 1 -. Butler US 301 S. Starke Keystone Heights
mining.The'income category showingthe I I"k ... t S.W. 6th Avenue 964.6078 Jet SR 21 & 100
strongest level of opposition (64 ....... 496-3079 owd6ee limitedW"atts 473-4973
percent) were those Countians in the rnI
$15,000-24,999 category; : JOMNBRaWN ::} I .

Two educational efforts have ?, j....... .__ I
been recently coordinated in order to '
gauge local people's opinion on the
subject of proposed phosphate miningin MOBILE HOME'EMTER :
the Osceola National Forest: :
One study was done approximately N Hwy 21N, Keystone Hgts. 473-3775
two months following the April,1981
town meeting held in Maccfenny on j
the Forest.pros and' cons of mining. the

The other analysis was just !
recently completed as"part of a much
larger report on the employment and Hurry A Go'odIdea
labor force situation in Baker County. t

Samples for this survey were ran _
domly'stratified to reflect the coun-
ty's population mix. Hurry
The response rate was 56 percentand .
1,099 Baker Countians respondedto
this survey. This respondent rate How =
and number'is the largest of two
previous surveys conducted throughthe 8uJ1Ieulast
Extension office. The accuracy Is -

.. percentage believed to points.be plus or minus three Printing r

Town Meeting Results
In order to determine people's
opinion on the phosphate mining issueas From .
well as their overall impression of
the' town meeting a post-meeting. ir
survey'was conducted. oa'js BRADFORDPRINTERS

The' results of this survey have
assisted the Baker County Extension
Office in determing their educationalrole
on the mining Issue and assessing 1 =

Mistrial Declared E"et'ltem 110 W. Call St., Starke 964-5764 =D 3

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J Judge Jeanne D. Crenshaw or lesS WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY sIN
dismissed the jury declaring a lTI1Tli4 112.I. price
mistrial Monday In Bradford County

, The second courtroom was used for -
f}: the (trial but according to Judge Cren ,
shaw there was improper procedure Featuring : .'1: .t, '. f
in the jury selection in the case of

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Forest fire Problem: Mounting In Florida S\2 I

& After a full year of wildfires that was. nearly three times normal. citizens that we had in 1981.' fire; threats to about a dozen homesat ._ ,
woved: the most damaging record "I feel that Florida escaped a ma- "Another' reason rural fires are Sarasota by a woods fire that Was Mailroom DealFor -
rJlorlda; faces an'even more threaten- jor disaster by the' skin of its teeth, growing more threatening is the fact beaten back'from each home 'by ,
.;.Trig fire situation during the next four thanks to skilled and effective work that so many residents have chosen owners with garden hoses joining professional packaging a limited tepee time from gal 3M.a great Two deal free on
.months Commissioner of Agriculture. by local fire' departments the uncleared rural sites for their homes, firefighters; and a subdivi- when you buy 10 roll of Filament
I:'poyle Conner said today. Forestry Division's ranger crews and often beyond the effective protectionof sion in northern Palm Beach Countywas Tape or the 60 yd. Box Sealing/ Tape take
;.:.-" 'The Division- of Forestry has the able help of firefighters provided urban-type fire departments: threatened by a 30-acre wildfire in a,deal you don't want to mm advantage of
-rJ ported more than 14400; fires in by landowners," said John Bethea, Around nearly every icily in Floridaare blown by gusty winds before a ,
::-198lt: and" they burned more than director of the Department of rural sections dotted with'mobile Forestry tractor unit and four our low
JW5.000 acres,'"he said: "By conser- Agriculture and Consumer Service's homes and other dwellings susceptible volunteer fire departments teamedup 81&I
c.vlltive calculation the trees lost were Division of Forestry. to wildfire. We and the local fire to save all the homes. '11'1/ stickerprice
.iyorth $40 million or more. The inConvenience "But we have to departments must be beefed up to During 1981, Bethea said, there te
': to' the Florida public, that we can continue reason'to stave assume'off protect them or else Florida will one were approximately 70 fires of 1,000 .".----, !
:ind the damage to the environment, disaster day experience a Californiatypewildfire acres or more. No'part of the state -
indefinitely he
rwre: costs that cannot be evaluated in "We continued ?' Bethea said. was immune, but Northeast Florida 898 Scotch Brand Filament Tape
dollars." must quickly strengthen our was hit particularly hard with eo yds. 2" wide. And take your _
rural firefighting resources by providing Although no major subdivisionswere large fires burning the woods south many of Meeta' U.S. Postal Regulations choice of col- ?m"" ,_
': Conner added, "We're going into better equipment to local fire wiped out in Florida during 1981, Jacksonville in March, and the ors too. Get a .
'the peak winter fire season with rain- departments, as well as Forestry there were dozens of occasions that black or desert ="_ '" '''
damaging fire of all-the Crane -1
"fajl: deficient over nearly'all the state, units. We will call this need to the attention fires raced out'of adjoining woods to fire that sand C-40 -'
:and ground 'water levels at near- of the 1982 Legislature." threaten residential-areas. Volunteerand acres of valuable destroyed timber 35,000 near f1I Deluxe DeskDispenser '

Record lows. Bethea said that for several rural fire departments'usuallyassigned Daytona Beach in July. when you purchase -
';:: -uAn'the state's wildfire fighting reasons, the potential of disastrous themsleves the job of protecting The Division of Forestry broughtsome 12 rolls of 3M's
I:equipment-city, county and state-is rural fires is increasing rather than buildings while Division ofForestry' 200 rangers and equipmentfrom 3750 Scotch Brand Scotch Brand Magic
*Bkely to be taxed to the utmost, just decreasing. rangers, with tractors throughout the state during a60day Package Sealing Tape Transparent Tape, while
it was times equipped with plows, attacked the 60 yds.. 2" wide.
las many during
1981 "We're a year drier in 1982 than we campaign that eventually controlled Meats U.S. Postal supplies last The dispenser is
fires in the
unless all woods.
citizens do their part by being were in 1981" he said. the
"Swamps fire. However, the cost free but the time is 'limited,
careful with. "outside. fires," he have dried up, exposing the mucky Some of the fire situations reported was heavy to Volusia County and wasa so hurry in while we celebratethe
::said. bottoms to fires that dig underground in recent weeks Include the closing of major 'cause of a deficit in the BUYS GET6 annual
y :The fire total for 1981 was nearly and'smoulder for weeks at a time: 20 miles of Interstate 95 in Indian firefighting funds allocated to the 3750 Scotch Brand
twice the normal number of fires per Muck'fires'were among the most expensive River and Brevard Counties due to Division of Forestry for fire control Package Sealing Tape I ni Great Scot Sale
year. while the acreage that burned to fight and objectionable to heavy smoke from 2,000 acre muck during the past year. cutter If you prefer a handy l
box take
this j"""" .
deal 30 yards 2" wide in fw
: : the bright red box J!!!>'

I Commission Selects Cable's Ringneck Duck Design for Stamp I The Office Shop

;., When the votes were cast, it was a should receive substantial financial fulltime to wildlife art and his deci- ecutive director then made the final 110 W Call St. Starke. FL I
;Florida resident this year whose work gain from sale of limited edition sion has been a good one. He has had selection and ranked the top three 964-57134
i was selected to grace the 1982-83 prints of the design.A several successful shows and won Prints.
;Florida Waterfowl Stamp.. native of Ohio, Cable came about several state awards. Each summer,
i' : Tampa-based artist Lee Cable's his love for the outdoors from huntingand the couple and their three children BUY SAWYER BUY QUALITY BUY SAWYER BUY QUALITY BUY SAWYER :
;painting of three ring-necked ducks fishing jaunts taken with his travel to Colorado where the artist
:was selected as the winning design by father around the family farm. spends time photographing and painting Gas&Appliarices
:members of the Game and Fresh He had formal art instruction with animals in their native setting. m
:Wter Fish Commission.Some 146 en- Martin Wogaman, a noted figure Cable attended the Commission ,
:tries were received in the competi painter. After a stint in the Air Force, meeting in Tampa where the contest C
:tion, now in its third year. The selection he and his wife settled in Greenville, judging was held and admits he was
was made at the January Ohio where he worked as an art direc- nervous. When he saw the level of IQ (. : I
[meeting in Tampa. tor. They later moved to Florida competion, "I could see at least 30 7Id cDI
..,Thompson Phillip Crowe .of where he worked for a time with a painting .which were possible win-
[[Nashville, Tenn, took second place Lakeland advertising firm and then ners," Cable said. I Im
;with his painting of a Labrador with the Tampa Times. "It took about two days for it to sink !
"retriever: holding a ring-necked duck While at the Tampa-based in (that I won)," he added. "It was a I
While Bob Binks of Daytona Beach newspaper Cable's interest in real honor when you consider the I
:placed third in the overall ratings wildlife art began to flourish. He caliber of artists who entered the
:with a portrait of a blue-winged teal. started writing and illustrating competition." ,
Cable will receive no monetary stories on wildlife which appeared in Members of the Florida Waterfowl
remuneration from the Commissionfor publications like Florida Sportsmanand Advisory Committee reviewed all the
his painting. However, judging by the Tampa Tribune.In entries and selected the top five. Com-
the experience of past winners, he 1975 he made the decision to turn missioners and the Commission's ex-

i Clay Co-op Trustees Re-nominated I Notice C ,

Clay Electric Co-op incumbent All co-op members registered at the Hawthorne and Brooker, respective- $fybii(
board of trustee members Susan annual meeting on March 25 will be .IY. to yourself to check these great bargains.'am .
Reeves, Zedra Hamilton and Wayne eligible to vote for the member of Members serving on the
:Hollingsworth were re-nominated by their choice to serve on the nine- cooperative's board of trustees serve ATTENTION! 4 DAYS ONLY D=
members with their respective member board of trustees. three year terms. {Here'>your chance to biv the finest apjpliances at pnc s you can afford WHILE INVENTORIES IAST'QUANTITIES IIMITED*
.districts this week to enable, their Via Our huge selection of washers,dnhwashers,freezers ranges,stoves,etc HURRY IN AND SAVE I SAVE!SAVE!
Hollingsworth collected 45 votes SlHi on Sale Nowl WV MOW a JAVIII
names to be placed on the ballot at the
cp-op'B. Annual meeting next month... 'district-while Roberts,4'.meeting received.r 8 votes at ,the tt, 't. eR Meets:Tt'esd1,101 .... ... COII THESE NEW APPLIANCES ARE PRICED TO SELL FAST C,
Reeves :and Hamilton were re- names will be placed on the ballot ate '' e...-'TOPS1'6ke' OffrPrtindV'Sensibly
nominated without opposition while the annual W
Hollingsworth and Otis Roberts, both meets every Tuesday in the Co-op conference D
of.Lake City were nominated at the Reeves (district 3) totaled 101 votes room at 7:30 p.m. Visitors are A 1w
district 7 meetin at Lake City. Monday and Hamilton (distrcit 5) collected 72 most welcome.
evening, Jan. 25. votes at their district meetings held at


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Hwy 225, lawtey SERVICESBILL'S

New & Used Oak. split, CARPET NEW & USED fur- DOUG THORLEY headers- MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE GS 7SOET. 1980 .16 J
cord. & double SAW SHOP Complete HOME PARK mobile, homes valve. 6500 miles Ex
t Color TV'sAntanna's $45.00 per load. $83 nltur. appliances. and 650 pump
'In Stark area. Next door Plumb. fixtures and pipes. Halley 4-borrel' carb. with sharpening service cir and spaces for rent cellenl condition, irILi1fl9al'ui :

!, to Morgan Road Baptist BARGAIN CENTER US-301) alum. hi-rlse Intake. Call cular". hand, carbide, Recreational vehicle 199500. Kirker headers

Sp.c. In receiving Church. 12/17' tIn So., 9646679. 2/3 tIn 964.8616. Itchq2/ll chain, mower blade hollow welcome Phone 4682912. plat, gold spark plugs, .
Channel's 30 & 47 530 CASE TRACTOR: Heavy DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN ground and balanced. HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping cruise control, other ex ; L REALTY

782.3577 duty Industrial with loader HOUSEi 301 South CAMPERSSTARCRAFT Leave at Jackson Building' : room, TV and a'r' tros. Call 964.6741, itchy
and grad.-box. Excellent 964.6740. We buy and sell Supply in Storks, Keystone Underwood Motel. 3 miles 2111SUZUKI I : ."" _,
am 7 pm ,,,j tin condition. $7500.00 used furniture and op.plionc. Heights' or Lake Butler North of Starke on Hwy. GS 400: 1978 model. '- Ci I Ii.

4734417. 1/14 tin ... 8/13 I tfrTRECONDITIONED pop.up camper TFc"'g'" 301. 10/9 tIn Runs good. Luggage case \ m "

YARD SALE HOTPOINT FREEZER: Chest TV'S: Colors Sleeps 6. stove, sink Icebox ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MOBILE HOMES: Highway 16 $700. Call 964-5143) Salur i. PHONE 964-1776.

type 20 cu. ft. Excellent starting at $10000 $750. Call 468.1509. : and Hwy. 16 and 225. day 'only, please lIch( CECELUTERWIUECIR .
condition. $225. Call Trade.'In's welcome. Phone Itpd 2.11Have Phone" 964.5148 or 964-7619 Clean! Call 468-1323: 3/12 :2/11 I 205 iN. Templ',' ,Starke

FRI.' SAT & SUN: 1530 W. 9646210) alter 5 PM. 1/28 8212.6/11 tin TFchg 3 BR, 1 BA LIVING ROOM. 1980 SUZUKI 550LI Mint con

Madison St. 8 a.m til 5 p.m. 2tchg. 2/04 COME SEE US AT THE HOUSEOF SEWING MACHINES dining .room S kitchen dition. Only 4.600 miles. .'> \

Crafts floral arrangements SALEI I Feb. 12, 13 & 14. Cars BARGAINS in Lawtey REPAIRED All makes central heat and air. In Call 782-3420 or 782.3987. 'IT'S INCREDIBLE

t, mocrome. as is; all parts, motors Full line of clothing: cleaned' oiled and adjusted Hampton. Phone 468. 1779. Tom. Itpd 2/ I 11 I WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE

llchg 211 mag wheels. trannys; children and adults at $1.5. Work ((1st months.. rent in advance --

BIGI BIG! Multi-family yard radios, tires; cement mixer bargain prices 10 22 tfn you picked up guaranteed James .))5/7 tin WANTEDGOOD SPECIAL

sol.. A lot of misc. t.ms. ; boat trailer; mulcher; NEW rUILDINGS AT FAC. you' spring; andcatalogue Strickland corner MorganRd. HOUSE FOR RENT. 3 GENEVA LAKE ESTATES atmosphere of

11 Have to see lo appreciate. tiller and many other TORY All ports accountedfor. ? and Hwy 16. TFchg bedrooms, 2 baths, CH A. quiet dignity & charm stucco and wood
749 S. Orange St. Saturday items. All tales final., The All structural tteelcar. vmmet CHAIN LINK FENCE: Install no children no pets. $325 PRICES PAID for used

and Sunday. I Itpd 2/11 I Auto Sales. 2117) N. Temple rico full factory guarantee ed. Free estimates. Handy. per month... First and last mobile, homes if mortgageis home. Circle driveway 3BR, 2BA $65,000VA

THURS.. FEB. I lit 8 a.m. til Av... Starke. Itchg Buildings 10.000 square HOMES Man Fence Co. 964.8559. months rant in advance 3'4 paid or more. OLIN S mortgage. 37826. 8% % interest.

1? 527 N. Cherry St. 2/11 feet to the smallest 1.200 TFpd. 1281.TYPEWRITER plus cleaning deposit. Call MOBILE HOME SALES
Bradford Villas offer new concept In lifestyle with low ,
Children clothes. Itchg SNAPPED CORN: $125 per square feet Mutt sell im FOR SALE REPAIR: Call 964.7347 or 533.2157.1,21 964-5606. Open 7 days .
211) ton. Wainwright Farms mediately.' Will, sell cheap 'the Office Shop. 110 W. LAKEFRONT RENTAL! 2 BR. I weekly TFchg maintenance adult housing offering charm. comfort t

SAT. FEB. 13: a.m. fill TT? Starke. Fla Phone after 7 Call toll free LOVELY CEDAR HOME. 3 BR Call SI.. Starke. for details' BA on Crosby Lake. Pan AXLES t TIRES: 2 axles + 4 quality together with energy efficiency.
tiros. We * * * I
514) $100
W. Adklns St.. pick-up
across p.m., 964 6306, 964-7835 1-800-248-0065 or 2 BA with large rooms. 964.5764 "n: tially furnished One yrs. ;
from football field. Items 2/11 I 2tchg 2/18 I 1.800.248.0321.. Ext. 777 Fireplace.' 12x20: screened GLASS CUT TO ORDER: lease. $225 per mo. Weigel You deliver $125.I Olin NEW LISTINGS !

from A to Z. Itchg 2/11 FARMAll CUBi with 1/21 & 2/11 I pd porch Privacy garden. Doors windows, etc Realty 'Inc. 282.5201. 1'28 Mobile Home Sales. Hwy.
BIG BARN SALE: Friday and cultivators., Good condi. Many extras One old.' JACKSON BUILDING SUPP. -_ I 100 W Storke. 964 5606. Silver lake. 83' on water by 325' fenced w/gate. Neat 4

Saturday Furniture tion. 9645610. I Itpd 2/11 :Jio l r Atsum yr.I I1't I % LY, 964 6078. Orders also" FOR RENT TFchg BR, 2 BA. Has Ig. metal bldg. for boat workshop." Paved
desks tools, clothes (baby DRYER: Electric heavy duty mortg. taken in Lake Butler CASH PAID for aluminum road $46,000.

and adult). some dishes, .1''s yearsold. $175. 409 N. ""t17 ill after 5 PM. 473.7059. 1 1.21 496.3079 and Keystone '3 BR, 1 BA home cent. cans 214 Copper brass 7.99 Acres on Forsythe Rd. 14' x 60' MH. metal b arn.

motorcycle lots of other Orange St. 211 I I 2tpd 2/18 L tin Heights 4734973. 2/26 %/II, 1 mi. north of and batteries. HSR Block pecan peach 8 apple trees. Grapevine. 538.000. .

: things 301 South across APPROXIMATLEY 500 feet of Hvt "O. picket! up 12% INTEREST with no tfn. Starke. $250/mo. first/ off, e. 31 S. 6th St., Mac .lots 63 & 65 on Cypress St. Crystal Lake Homesites. Lakeaccess. !

from Indon River, fruit 4ft chain link fence for nd money down. if you own BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK ast plus $150 cleaning clenny Florida. Call 54.900 each.
stand red barn. look for sale. Has double' gate with yojiprin;: ? your own lot. Call Bob Harris SERVICE! : Bradford County Call 259 6992: 1 07 tfn EXECUTIVE HOMES

sign 2 11 I tin posts in concrete $300. tur..Tir: 3loijiie7; \ Save Thousands! If residential deposit. evenings: WE BUY ANY SIZE hardwood
: pump-outs Handsome, new brick 3 BR, 2 BA home In Connerly
00 -87 2
Firm and you move Call your total income Is under $30. We also re-lay drain -_ or cypress trees. Now is insulation..
2/11 tInQUARIERHORSES FIREWOOD: White oak and $15 I .000 have '. the time to turn Estates. Fireplace, appliances. Excellent
HELP 964 6602. per year. we lines. Phone 964 8121 SHOP FOR RENTI 108 E. Call your
55 truckload luxurious brick home near Country Club. lots of
: 5 yrs per ; some 4% money lor you. 5'28 TFchgPROFESSIONAL. St. Ideal for cypress ponds and hardwood
Oak 4x4. pawn shop. 3 2 BA well designed./ Priced right.
WANTEDInformation old. Call 782.3922. Itchg $30 half cord. AFFORDABLE HOMES. Car Cleaning Carpet heat and air. $205: stand Into cash. storage BR.
Call Sunshine Acres. 4 BR. 2"% BA brick home w/pool. deck paveddrv'wy
2 11USED 964.5533. 2 04 3tpd 2 18 Service Cleaned' per mo 9647189. 2 04 Mutual' Lumber Co. Stunning
ALASKANand 964.7699. or come out between study LR. FR w/fireplace on 1 oc. overlookinggolf
on REFRIGERATORS $75 964-7490. 1/21 4tchg 2/11
OVERSEAS employment and up. Good condition., 9:30: am. and 2 30 Den CH A. on one acre of vacuumen sanitized, and Colored TV and air. $40 HELP I I Need A Job! Experienced course.. Appliances 2830 sq. ft.
Excellent income p.m. and we II 'load for per home in Club Estates. 3 BR. 3 BA
Call.964-7251 I. I Itpd 2/11 I 1 land. Lg. utility" room deodorized $7.00, pick.upand week and up. Wall to wallcorp.t. equipment Magnificent Ig Country
potential Call ((312)) you. l28tfn mechanic" DOT Over the HUGE FR 2 lots.
HAY: Very good quality for slave and refng Front delivered or your Call 964.9992. ask w/fireplace on
741 I 9780 Extension 4258. CHINA CABINET: Like, new Road Low. Ik 5 2'BA.'
cattle and horses. Clifford porch. 12' place Call 964 7226. ask for Jan 2 04 4tpd 2 :25 experienced Conventional home in Geneva Estates. BR ,
interest on
I 28 4lchg 2 18 Martin phone 964.7145. never been used. $400 balance Terms cash.. for Dennis. 12 10 tfn' 120 MYRTLE ST: 2 bedroom Boy experienced exp on sunken FR w/flreplace; LR: DR: 3/4 ac. wooded lot. pv'd
Call 964-7023 or
OlAN MILLS has after 6
six immediate
2 I II 4lcrg3, 04 pm. FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS unfurnished 105125155. Tronsmis drv'wy excellent financing.
for 2'11 3tchg 2/25 964 5471 Itchg II apartment. ,
openings SHOP EQUIPMENT sion Col.,Detrot Cummins LAKEFRONT

telephone consultants Mechanic and Automotive SIDE BY SIDE FRAME HOUSE: 2 bedroom 144 W. Call St. 964$195) .8944 per after month.6.PM. 2 Call 04 and Mack Write Paul Tropical lot on beautiful' Lake Geneva. Only $24.200.
and shifts, rerigerotor.r..z.r, with with fireplace You Move
Morning evening McDonald P. O.
One air 80 V44-7303 Box 275.law'.y. ,
compressor ONE APARTMENT Furnish Cute 8 board and batten lake Brooklyn.'
: cottage on
available. Excellent opportunity gal 3'retl olemite icemaker; Poulan 306A Call 964 8122 Itpd 2 I 11 I Fl 32058 I 283tpd coiy
OpenT. ed. Utilities, IncludedAvailable Home an crystal' clear Silver Lake. Pretty lot..Cu'om *
for the housewife Chain" sow "like new Call SAMPSON CITY AREA
to Cote : On :2 11LIVEIN
lubricating' system; W < F 9 nIl 5:30
< at the end of the built 2sty. home little Lk. Santo F.2 Ac
get out of the house. Also tire changer; .engine 964.8611. Itpd2iilARGENTINE'BAHIA I one acre lot. Could be 3 or Thurs. II I til 7 FEMALE to help on
month. Call 9646112) : or Bedford Ik.-Owner fin. home w/30x40 fk
person with fuel efficientcar hay. 4 Br frame house. A C. working mother of 2 Lg. garagewetfic
analyser sysjem, ; various gas Sat.,-,9 em til 3 PM 9645261. Itchg II ,;
or motor bike, for night' Highly, fertilized. No rain. heat 120 ft. on water.
other mechanical items 0000. Contact AppointmentsNot TWO MOBILE HOMES preschool children light'
J.M. Edwards. ; : BUY NOW 8 PROFIT LATER "
delivery Must have Charles Rigby. 1240 Blon- 964.5379. David Jones. 964.7025, Always Necessary Call 964.6112 housekeeping' room
knowledge of surrounding ding St.. 9646052. Itchg 2' 11) tfn after 6 PM. 211 1 I 3tpd 2 25 1 107, tfnBRADFORD 964.5261. Itchg 11 or board small salary One. OWNER FINANCING. In lawtey. 3 BR. CH A, approx.

areas Apply in person to 2 11 SOFA & MATCHING CHAIR: BY OWNER: 2 BR frame GARBAGE SER IN LAWtEY child, okay. 468-2383. Itpd 1500 sq ft. stucco home on 1 ac.,.pv'd. drv'wy, goroge.
3 BR home 5250
Mrs Bryan Best Western $50. two complete beds. -- .. : .Cominemcial'250'on.H.wy.. 301) Owner financing.
REGRIGERATORS. freezers house Remodeled hek VICEWe; pick up twice 0 per month.., first and lost in .
Motel $50 each 782-3239. 2 II .
beginning Feb. 08. couches, microwave.dinette new On 1 1' ac Mostly' week) $6 per month Call advance) plus Security CARS 809.N. Westmor.land-Ner1yn.w. Astern mtg.
after 9 AM. (Please no sets, chairs." La.Z- 2tpd 2'I8 panelled carpet and other ,964.6167) anytime In: deposit. Call Janet M. TRUCKS Excellent commercial prop. Many u.... Approx. lac.

phone calls to the, motel) Boy rockers cutlery patio 5-V GALV. ROOFING improvements SR, 127one 6tpd 2'23 .. Starling' Realtor 782-3931 W/15S ft. on 301. Steel bldgs. Extras too numecous to list.
2 04 2lchg' 2 II 64.20: 7'-$4.9S; 855.70:
,.... tables Call 964-5235. Itpd 956.45 10'$7.20 11.57 half/ miles 'from I I. 10, 14 IRS TAX FORMS giving you a FURNISHED APARTMENT in SALE'' Feb. 12. 13 & 14. Car. .Commercial lot with '20 ft. on US-301 Good tuyl

i.tM.'Jo--.:. .: .. '. 0 >) 2 11MOVINGi .5 ir-S.70. All: : miles from Raiford, For headache? letrus do them ,A\J.\ J."Y. Call ,782.345BHl as ia, all parts motors large CB Home on 20 ac. SIMS, Sacrifice. MoU* Offer
\ 40' electric stove, ; tUespicked more informat"' ..-:.;:; 'j ..;,t.'f.Qr vx>u From 51S". ) tchg .rn '. p :.mag snv/h eels, 'trdnHysl J PGeneyo. Lake itates-Beautifu w 'lets.hills. .

i f\i\ i .j jfcigidoire,,. SIOOA H.ptpomJrefrigerator \ We manufacture.up. Jacksonville.Cclhjoll"-: I 1-275 : + f.:t'ichg 50 ViiS.'ioftOijBlH.ee' Bi 9l9Trai89. f 'R 'SHi'ifArARTMENTI LLU it ,'" *. ..ma.s6 l :i ier '\.; c.,104..oIot, 'm ..u r U>J'nu'1IO\hbo\ WlrcH'j08' .. firmi ; fc.

2 yrs -old. free 1-800-342-2702. 1/11 3 04.. ; 2 04 2tchg 2 IICOQ6WAM 'ioonrrt : 3 ; boot :-trailer, mulcher, .':!H8"'Y'jAdv fo''turch..,. Rd. 230 *l'Melton 4t
$300 ba4h. First floor
sofa $50 Call .on'"
beige' 225AUSTRALIAN CAR WASH:' tiller oiid "marly' other .615 TeVraceee to Appreciate1)Bessent ) .
I H 1Vt' yPu pickec1 up 964.8014. I ltpd2 II 3tchg Wafch. wax ond vacuum Private entrance. No pets ,items All sales' final TheAuto Rd.3 BR 2 BA. Great location. .
y14. spiinc; intcatalog BLUEBERRY & GRAPE plants collie?? One yr. old. Hehas (inide and out)/. 515. Cor $135 per, mo plus security Sales :2117 N. Tern .Acreage.Davis St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer |p 4!'!" ;'
Prices reatonable. deposif 9648071 I II
srnr'E', is:? Varying some training on PROPERTY n.. ) SR.16 orjd 301 Signal' ltpd2 plo Ave. Starke. Itchy .334 N. Myrtle-Convenient and reasonable. *.%&..
with and
size age and Stouon 9648283. 2 04 tfn 2 II '
horses. is good with .S Acres near Hampton Well. .1.\ ., poI..' septic.lank,
$ quantity purchasedLongneckers Earlton children and has shots. BRADFORD MINI' INCQME TAX SERVICE: CallJ. 73 DATSUN pick-up. $900 4.78 Acres on 230A and Wilson, Rd. 1."
near R. Kelly. 964-6374 office, ; Firm. Call 533.2474 after 6
Needs loving home with "40 Acres New River and
See signs. 475 1151 211 WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX 4732085. evenings Office p.m. 2 11 tIn High rolling. \
fence or acreage $15 Call lor 80 Realtor ASlociot.-AIt..r '
sale Hours
: runs good. ,
393 N.
located TempleAve.
FEMALE: Calico Call 964 6303. 2 I 11 2tpd 964 5078. 2 11 2tchg2 18 owner financing, availableat .. Starke. 2 04 2tpd Have you picked up 1976 DODGE Coronet Wayne E. Douglas Broker-Salesman 964.yJFred
tpoyed. 1 year male. GAS HEATERS II l'i with' clean. 53.000 actual miles ,
MOBILE HOME POLES 100 : gas stoves: pel. acres Socket Broker-Salesman 468-166 I
: 2 1)TRACTOR) spring
block 9 both your and S1.50O. Phone 964 5044.
months vaccinated electric stove furniture for Phone r"
; misc. room
expansion. 7
amps, $135.; 200 amp. WORK: All types I Byron Terwillegar-964-7776 Martha Dorko>782
good pets must $225. Call anytime : lamps Call owner. 473.2735. 9 24 tIn tummei catalogue? itchy 211 Anne Torwillegar N.I.an.475"U77rtTt 3T5
disking. etc
give' away. 964 6862. I tpd 9646365. 10 29 tfn mowing 1972 FORD F-600 Tandem
964 6365. Spark. 10 29 tin Gardening from preparingto "5 ,
pulpwood truck and
2 II e' '
planting. Call 964.5219. LAND A.from skiler 'Phone" .fT j .' :sfl/ds(

2 04 2tchg 2 11 FOR SALE 289.7784.. Itpd 2' II : II.: I

I r Union County Ads I LADY In free LLOYD merchandise offers you. $20 for 1976 tool DATSUN boxes pickup and bins with ..tiave'you pckefupyour ..

having a party in your HAMPTON LAKE LOTS lor $175000) Call 473.4876. spring and r,1, IU

home. Call' for information sole. Two high' and dry 75 1 tchg 2 II' summer catalogue? :6305Register

9646279. 2 1 11 3tpd fl, lakefronl.lols on SR.I8. 1971) VW. : New. engine', -

PERSONAL FOR RENTTYPEWRITERS REAL FOR SALE 5 1)WILL) $2.000 each. A. J. Overhauled Less i tfan. .
SERVICES DO TYPING in my Thomas Jr.. P. O Drawer 10000 miles. SSIt.' O. OIl &

ESTATE 2 1/10 ACRES home. Reasonable .ral.... 4078 Ft. Lauderdale Fl Call 473 4876. 1 1chg 2 1 II 1 Gas .
AND ADDING : Available for I
Call 782-3716. 2 I 11 I 2tchg
CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES: MACHINES FOR trailer park Well and 3600 2 18GENERAL 33338. ((305)5250531.) 1 23 : ) S Thompson Stregt
LOOKING FOR a special tin \.Jt)8
Free estimates. Local RENT: Union County Times. gallon septic tank set. up REPAIR WORK Classified( AdsGc't '
of ,: 964-5888
distributes for completely 85 SW 2nd Ave., Lake piece property for four trailers, 2 and I 2 and TERMS OH CASH: 100 fl, on Results __ **l I
don't "have it, I'll find, .it-Just Carpentry. roofing :
washable nationally Butler. We also repair office otk----JANE$ S. USHER. miles,' South of Lake Butleron painting. Call 782-3669 water' approx i acre (GOir ,, : '"|J

advertised Gardsette machines. Phone REALTOR 4962126) or 121 at Andrews Sub 2 II) 2tchg2" 18 wooded, dock good Carpentry Work' & SJrrMartin ..".

Draperies saw Enterprises 496-2261) for more Informa 496-2903 eves. "Your Division-1st, rood on left-in fishing Call 964-5471llchg ) e LP Gas Fuel ii.ti iC i-:
Ed or Lama tion. TFN 10'1.APPARTMENT 1. front of Henry Douglas.3rd I 2 11 Glen Nettles &
Union Realtor tfn
Stephen. 496.2219. FOR RENT: 326. County trailer on right :2tchg 2 4 LOST/FOUND Arthur Masters Home Delivery e .Cash '&Carry
Furnished .. I 28THREE
or .
) REPAIRED: Phone now. Call NEEDSCall: Venera Brown WHEELER 1980 HON. LOST: Walker Hound in Santa C Limerock ee
496-3623 after 6 1 DA ATC 185: Excellent .* Low Prices
496.3033. 2tchg 24211 I. p.m. tpd con F. Swamp area
2 11. 496-3022 496.3994 eves Sandy or Gerrilen.Hazen dition, one owner $893 Female colored brown A-1 Top Soil ee Excellent References i and Perfection I Heater'siaste .

Social Security non 496.3140. Tiffin, and Phone 964.5907. 2tchg 2 4 head sharp face special DralnfiekJ Rock 964-5135 or 964-5882

WANTED Owens Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 2 II marking on right hip. Call .
r Disability Claims 3 BEDROOM. 3 BATH C Fill & .
Box 788 lake Butler' FL. collect. 4733237. 2 04 2tpd Lawn Sand !
4 Been denied or discon. (BRICK HOME With" extra 2 II j.I
MOBILE HOMES WANTED: tIn chg. 8 6. C Building Sands
tinued' large swimming pool SET OF KEYS in black 'leather'
4. Expert help no Will pay cash for your used JOHN K. LANGFORD
fee unless we win your mobile, home Ray Powell. Jr.Realtor Associate landscaped yard. sevwro.. case in vicinity of Saratoga Any amount. txi%: 9t I
out with
building 2 5
[claim 12fJt.lAAIIINSURANCE 496.3377. TFN 4 16. ((4963814)) with AAA Real Heights.' Reword offered l// Stml-Truck Drlvtrt
Estate Agency 752.0577 announces acres. located on SR 18 .964s546lyMlpd2; ILBOATS Delivered or U-haul or Nf ivy Equipment
near Worthington Springs 0ntm tun
nationwide. service Ph.7823172AHen iMMyTMftM
Call 496.3625 after 7 "
and referralt affiliating
G04-782-3931 t
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with Independent E. Taylor1lIlw1I' j
OVERSEAS: Big mon.ylost. Realty Marketing Service., 2 500'X32' CHICKEN SOMETHING DIFFERENT a hon t>VSrrci, wb.rry Acres. ) '"
$20.000 to 550.000p'u' HOUSES: Metal tin 9' GRIF.FCRAFT: You ewe It lo yourulf lo look. W.I :H
TFN 4. '
CY 160 S. Lok. Av.., Lake Johnson.
Call treated all lip molar Color
p.r year post equipment ClOSE TO HOSPITAL One homesite $6.000. I
1.70 ACRES IN UNION acre { !
t Butler 496.3978. Complete 1-7168426000 Ext. 5005. COUNTY: Has some im and lumber. $150000 trailer. ,. Mercury Thruster i MOBILE HOME lOVELY HOME for ret coup'e.' Scrn'd. parches fenced ] Drilliri
Insurance Service. TFN
Itpd 2 I II. provements. Call Moines per house. Phone 496-3625 .electric trolling' motor. Can SERVICE POLES yd., workshop? Mare. $45.000. ., ,tfN . .
I'I i NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Real Estate, Realtor after 7 p.m. TFN 2 4. see sat!,.pOO( .Vy. Adkins St. I 1( COUNTRY\. 6 Ac. 510.200.10 At.-t23.fOO. .30 .Ac. .. 2"; thruFast. t;rp, II

1st MONTH FREE! For this high Income op 496-3978 for more detailson HEAVY DUTY DRYER: $75 CoIIJ964-;U4J: or 964.6192. 100 AMP S2/.000. lot. lowf y area 2 witis $3,300 v fI ,'I'(

portunity with, national oil this nice location for a china cabinet $100. complete Excellent condition I Itpd M45 I NICE 3 BIT home on Sorely/ tree.shaded /or. $22.500,, Rotate!

2 BR. 1 BA home for rent in company In Union Countyarea. home ttchg 2 I 11 I. bunk bed set with '2. 11-; PfRflCf MOBILE HOME SITE 10 Ac.. bart and mar,; Drilling Efu

Lake Butler 5140 00 p.r Regardless' of .>c. '12% INTEREST with mattress and box springs ITh.fjI2iMRECOVRY ; :: I J.J1ACRES.!WITH! 'lovely 3 8Il. 2 BA mobile:h......CWiA.on-f .
perience, write M.V, Read nomoney $70 or best offer 523 SW $33.000. Slaw ce nItL.
month. if : .t .; . ; .
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696. Ohio next to
Dayton. Handy Wayon MICHAEL COONEY .. ... I
CALL TODA I Call .h.
45401.) Itpd 2 II. your own lot Call Bob Horns 121. 'ROOM Anytime I .
green apartment
Realtor Associate Home 964 0927 ; &iI,:
Save Thousands! If 4CMIIT Wild !
II197i *
Itchg .
ERA Faulkner The.Recovery', Room of [ P. O. OMAWEff Hwy. 301 5. IAWTCY. Fl 3205. I .
; ClassifiedAds your total' income is under HONDA 730: Vetler lake City Local' 0,.,. I ;
Starke, 964-5065 $15) .000 have Wind, Jammer :& tf
\\ Get Results per year we and touring Archie Tanner Funeral s"s".l.l
some 4% money for you. pack crash bars new tires Home F- GENERAL e r'NJ e .,

AFFORDABLE HOMES. and battery excellent condilion. _964.5757_, Storke. Fl. I ;
964 5533 2 04 3tpd 2 18 mileage
I* . .
r 4'3022'' "IMIOW Roofing Painting I I Lorraine '
$2.395. Phone 752 1079 Champion) Broker .. .toIt

'.',; ........... 4j MOBILE oft.r 6 p'm. tpd 2 11 Henry Hodges, I I 838 N. Temple Ave. Plumbs
Suite $!.
Gerrllennon4fe3l40- 1131 NW 13th StI HOMES NEW TV $75.ZENITH Contact I* INCH Elizabeth: B8W I [mmHjve cell 7823463cell alter 4 p.m. I Strout I Phone 964-8931 I OrRtajye . .'. .isi',

Ol euvllls. H.. FOR SALE Mann one mile north' of Evening 473.3096 New Installs!'
'I. M4-J77-77M lake I I yoi'' piCket up '_.n. :tOft
Butler .
on 121. Itchg I Remo&ffng .
;. 1970 TIFFANY 12x65. two 2)1) I YM'Lvmmet p Shop .c& Compare!! 1212 Beautiful brick '3 BR 2 BA home!' REDUCED, .,. ))213.-- .

143 FORD TRACTOR: And I citalouPr Special I I lisiir.itu-<' lorMubjlo Assumable mortg. Must see lo appreciate. : Dii" a
*b WNER FINANCED. Five acre wooded.. $2,200 p.r ac. bedroom I bath.., air all Exlra Make'ap.'
Off 41.23'. washer 8 dryer Good can. tonditi equipment., good : Home I'arUT pointment today! $69,900. ii. 'o, H .
n Phone 496-2327 Coles, Roofing 4204* 4 BIt 2 BA brick. Walk ': :
lo everythmgi'VKssumabFe'mortgage.
ONI ACRE LOTS. Mobile homes allowed.W .' dition. Bargain at ( ;
1 3lchg II 2 182 25. l> ,pos nf domeimnrrs' 50000. ., i .tNWi
.\('ftS; farm land \\ill dh Me. ".%:141 per acre. $4500.00. Call 496.2247 & Waterproofing : ; f-
*40 ACRU off C-1IA. $1.32.30 per .cr. after 6 p.m. llchg 2 II i7' DATSUN KING CAB: politics for II I32 Building site'(IOO'xU9)) Lake occeUonly$3500.

j .3 ... lYe 1A brick home en 32 ecre*. $ O.OOO. Excellent mechanical. con New & Reroofing "u'JJill' Illinws. with.5600 down. ,{* Wit 3 COMPANY I
FOR SALE dition Air AM FM 1146 I Put. {rouii,Mobil. H m. .here. ,4lollto, choose . .
.4 ACRIS fenced well ond service pole.' ,.I''BuildupCoofSeaf1 Call for Quote ,* .
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lake ...
acc. Terms
cassette w
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"" MEAT PROCESSING PLANT with mobile home en one IMS FORD chasis, Selfcontained. buy, 400000. Call Olfn's; Mobile : 1287 Ac. form.".. $low dew!'. .

acre. "\ Very good con 496.3247 after. 6 p.m. I Itchg 'All type of repairs' Home .Sales J J206-Ap.ag..Good location.. Terrps. '/' : Tenp&tAStarkFZ. i

C HOG FARM, drasthelly reduced to $7*,000. dition. 150000. Call 211 State License lei ui Work With You In Selling$' ; : .

*1l ACRES at $1.324 per ac. Well septic. OU home. 496.2247 after 6 p.m. llchg Classified Ads ,FREE Estimates.964.7322i..96440 Elaine M./011n, ,Agent /EARE *. ." : ; '(;;tS31A: I

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Course BuUdlnFgtdty Friday, ., odds CARPENTER WORKlRemodeling racquets, call 473-2210 or per month. lake access flat, In historical building lake In Hillcrest. $800 LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE.. ORGAN, perfect cost
( through rent.Om and ends. New Items every work kitchen 473. 380 after 3.00: p.m.tfn' 3760078. tfnchg 2/4 downtown Melrose. $175 down. $146 44 per month. Keystone Heights, owner SI.000. will take 5500 At
yr. lease with option tc week. In front of Wettern cabinet and trim pel 2/4 FURNISHED MOBILE' HOMES per mo. Call 475-1222. Phone 473. 05B or financed12 percent interest Baldwin Piano, Co. Coif
l twyc-12,000 moves yot Auto on SR-21 and C214. carpenter Reasonable RESPONSIM.I PARTY to takeover $130 and up. 473-2879. 2tchg 211.218ALMOST 473-4367 after 6 p.m. : lots on clear sand 473-2908. 2tchg 24 211
bt.. 9425 per mo. rent applies Call 473-2658. 2/4 tfnchg. prices. Call Ed Dempsey at payments on Spinet Lake Geneva Mobil. Horn NEW.2.SR. I'/t tfnchg 24VICTORIAN bottomed lake. priced to 1944 AVION TRAVEL'
to LAWNMOWim TIRES BASS 473-7034. 7:30 am.-530: Console Piano. Can be Park 2/4 tfnchg bath large kitchen sell from $9.900. One to TRAILER fully tell
t purchase priceEnergy (OATS, (..r.o peaker. OOKKECPIN6 In my home.,. seen locally. Writ Mr. OFFICI SPACIfacIng fireplace, wood deck, SETS Quality. fiv.'acr., overlooking 'lake contained with air Good
etfecient. 2 BR adding rnochlne. tennis through PH. Call 473-3562. Foster. P.O. box 561. Lawrence Blvd.. Next door CHI A. washer and dryer built couch and chair. Expert (access available) with condition. $2.000 1 l'pd2 1))
Ibalh.Overlooking. rackets, mite. household HOUSEKEEPER FOR HIRII Astor Fl.! 32002. 3tchg 2/11 to Andrew Drugs. Call connection, ceiling fans. upholstery. M.d. sue. nice trees from S3.60O.
.*.* * * It.m.. Sot. and Sun.. F.b. Does your home 'need a 2/25. 473-3411. 1/I/ tfnchg. Big Lake Brooklyn $300. Call 473-3362 after 5. $500 down. $50 a month.
I UOISTlIID:MAlI COLLIE TWO. BEDROOM mobile Woodland Dr., $330 please. Itchg 2I I II ,Commercial LOSTFOUNDYOUNG
Lake,3 BR, 13-14.9 a.m. 5 p.m.. thorough cleaning' once a mo. frontage.inv.stm.nt
both large,energy effl Geneva Lake Estate, off week or twice a month? able, for stud purpose home on Lake Geneva. Call 473-2971 2tchg opportunity
,. Wnt Owner SR-21 south of Keystone, Hove many excellent local Call 473-3295.tod 2/11 New carpeting remodel" 211223. MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN SR.2IN. Owner-salesman.
ed. 473-4165. Itchg 2/4 BLACKLABRADORmissing
corner of Aldermen and references. 475-2694 473-4375. tfnchg 2/4
",4150. I lake Shore "pel 2/11 475-1368. Itchg 2/11 or HELP I M J BATH ,furnished HOMES FOR BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA 'In
1" ** * * mobile home. $220 per LEGION HALL SR21.Saturdays access lots from SS.50O. White Sands Lake area,
;Qae Park they don' Prime Commercial Classified( Ads WANTEDWORKING month. Keystone Height SALE 7 p.m. and Sundays SSOO down $71.74 p.r cropped 'toil crippled hind
shake them like thisanymore. i ] Get Realty Realtor 473-4941. 2 to 5. Public invited month. Discount on entire' leg black collar Call
Results CLASS HUOCS 2/ tfn chg.MOBIU GOING OVER SEAS-MUST tfnchg 2/4 10 acres On. Waterfron 473.2744 days. 473-7097
: A true diamond Amble Employment Servk Serve HOME furnished, SEll cut. 2 bedroom OVBRiATIRSANONYMOUS lot. Call 4734375. 24tfnchg evenings and weekend
needs a little Terms Now Nestle NeferV1SEJYILBS Ing Keystone Meio ViTV ono 1173 per month plus' house lake access, .. No dues Itpd 2')1Steve
polish. 3 BR den andPJR. AAelrose area*. Par fees, deposit. Call after 4 p.m. beautiful' large wooded lees.or weigh-ins. Open One-half HP Shallow well
.. 14'50.2% Cor. location Hwy 100J 73-.472. 1/7 3/25 chrg 473-414 or weekend lot assumabl mortgageat /neetlng Tuesday 7:30 p.m. pump and 42 gal. tank
lUidmable mortgage. Just W. of 301.90 ft. frontage. XPSRIINCIO OIISIl 2t
* * Old building has '" MECHANIC The Bawd of MOBILE HOME. 9 'Room 473-2735. tfnchg 2/4 Church, Keystone Heights. 1/28-2/4
Call for Information great office, garage ; : County Commissioner" ..' Fleetwaod. gas C/H." FOR" SALE lake G.nevCJ'bil. Thursdays 9:30 a.m. Com ACREAGE- acre tracts SERVICE
etc. potential.Call s.'n Cloy County I* seeking, to water furnished, $125 mo. Home Sales. $7.776 munlly State Bank ofStork. Coastal Burmuda hay.
Yw 473-7080 ,, : @ hire a dlesel mechanic First. and last month In ad' KX down $99 month for .. 473-3790 or $3,300 an acre. Oak Forest k Removal
y lCves.-475-1310 Today with at least three year vance. Grondln Fl..' 14X50 liberty. Double "" .8587, nchg 3/4 area. Will sell .live or 10
Jack & Attractive Terms lob ..xperlenc.gInninG' 1-659-2460. Itchg 2/11 wldes starting at 13995. ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUScloied acre tracts. Call 473.2302.4tchg Trimming
Courtnay 1x12500.Chiappini ...air. (H Malt* /Hourly rat of.S6.23 per ONE..ROOM EFFICIENCY Come check all of our 1/28-7/18 -
$isoc. .Inc. Inc. IJMtde IfflbMMOlarCemtia hour.: Applicants should apartment on lake models' and special price meetings Monday's at 8 BLUEBERRY PLAHTtlargethird Free Estimate
from V miles East of ..
V1 apply directly to the Cloy Geneva across tennM Keystoneon p.m. Open meetings Fri year.$3.50. Riverland
-rs. REALTORAt REALTORMelrose. .inlsg In4faN aq County Road Deportment. court $125 per mo4h. Hwy 100. tfnchg 2/4 day's 8 p.m. All meetingsat ; Farms, wholesaleretail.Weekdays 473.4732
S Eipkmode A_.. Green First last. $50 damage the Educational after 6 p.m. and
the Golf Course in Fl 475-1269 :.-. ... ....... .I Cove Sprlngst Florida.269.6335.2846333.2tchg. deposit Phone 473-7086 Classified Ads Building, Community weekendcall 1-468-2769 .' After 5 P.M.
I1G6ystene: Heights. Eves. 47S-3382 : after 6 p.m.tchg 2/11-3/4 Church. 473-3790 or 4tchg 2/4-2/25
3/11-2/18 Get Results 475-2130. tfnchg 3/4 Keystone Hei9.hts

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I Farmer Price Protection, Reserve Loan. Program Beginning: Sign-uj

Farmers who want to participate in duciton under the set-aside program, feed grains (sorghum, barley and this wheat into the farmerownedreserve Participating producers who raise principal growing months. Land
.' i j the target price protection and but there is no price support protec- oats) is 10 percent of normal crop program if he", did not want to corn and other feed grains will already planted to wheat, barley or
reserve loan covering tion without setting aside part of a acreage, which is either the higher of sell at harvest. receive the following price (per oats which is designated for the set-
wheat, feed grains programs, rice and cotton farmer's acreage normally planted to a farmer's 1981 planted acreage or The target price fo 1982 wheat is bushel) protection: corn, $2,70; aside may be cut for hay or may be."
the of his 1980-81 sorghum, $2.60 oats, $1.50 barley, grazed.
average ; ;
those crop.
this must sign between Feb. crops. bushel. Loan
year up $1.05 per rates are $3.55 will The set-aside program does not require -
$2.60. Loan rates for each
16 and April 16 to be eligible. The set-astdes of wheat feed Set-asides of 15 percent of normal per bushel for wheat placed in the be: corn. $2.55; sorghum.crop$2.42; either that farmers owning and
That was announced Thursday by grains, rice and cotton were announced crop acreage were announced for regular loan program and $4 per barley, $2.08; and oats$1.31. operating more than one farm abide
Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle recently by Secretary of wheat, rice and cotton. This means bushel for 1982-crop wheat under the The programs for rice and cotton by the setraside provisions, nor that
Conner and James C. Bailey state administrator Agriculture John R. Block to reducethe that a farmer who raised 100 acres of farmer-owned reserve program. are similar: a 15 percent reduction in he must participate in one crop pro
of the Agricultural Conservation 1982 crop acreage and relieve the wheat in 1981 (or averaged that Farmers can enter their wheat into normal crop acreage for the 1982 gram.
& Stabilization Service price pressure on farmers from large acreage for the past two years) wouldbe the resere without waiting for regular harvest with target price and loan This means if a farmer raises
U.S. Department of Agriculture. surpluses from last year's harvest. acres required of wheat to plant this year.no more than 85 loans to mature. There will be no cap rate protection and eligibility for wheat and barley on separate farms,
The sign-up dates are rapidly approaching Conner said the action should on the amount of wheat entered into reserve storage. he may participate- the set-aside
Conner said, so decisions strengthen prices of wheat, feed This would make the farmer eligi- the reserve and farmers will not be Land taken from production must program and benefits on one or the
must he made quickly on whether to grains, rice and cotton by preventing ble for target price protection under'' required to sell their grain when the be eligibile cropland and devoted to other without being required to put
part cipal e. There is no incentive offered another huge crop this year The the 1981 farm bill, enable him to participate release trigger price level is reached. conservation uses. Set-aside acreagemay both crops or both farms under the
for removing land from pro- acreage reduction for corn and other in the loan program and enter The trigger level is $4.65 per bushel. be grazed except during the six. set-aside conservation program. "


ObituariesFrances sPiers' I

list Church with Rev. James Starling, Venner Epps .ji
Gertrude Slade and Rev. David R. MacDonald of
ficiating. Burial was in Santa FeCemetel" Venner Epps Spiers, 3915 Patsy Ann Mr. Spiers was retired from the
Mrs. Frances Gertrude Slade, 69, )' with Archie Tanner Fun- Dr., died Jan. 26, 1982 in a local Post Office (Chief Accountant), a In 1780, the population of the U.S. was 2781000.
resident ot P.O. Box 65, Hampton, Fla., neral Home, Starke in charge of the hospital.He charter member of Belmont United
passed away early Tuesday morning arrangements. is survived by his wife, Mrs. Doily Methodist Church, past patron of
Feb 6, 132 at her home following an extended Brown Spiers; two daughters Mrs. Manchester Chapter No. 53, past
illness. Gertrude R. Sipprell Catherine Spiers Priddy and Mrs. patron of Amaranth Chapter No. 5, a
Joy ce Spiers Ford; three sisters,Mrs. member of Thomas N. Davis Masonic
!Mrs Slade was born and raised in Gertrude R. Sipprell, 72, of Melrose Anna Savage, Mrs. Effie O'Neal and Lodge No. 351 and a member of the
Brjceville. Fla. The daughter of the died Saturday at her residence.A Mrs. Lucy Dickerson; eight grand- National Association of Retired Civil Goodbye
late Andrew and Fannie Mae Meads, native of Greenwich, CN, Mrs. children and three great- Employees. In lieu of flowers con-
former pioneer residents of BryceviUe. Sipprell came to Melrose 25 years ago grandchildren. tributions may be made to Belmont
She was the widow of the late Vernon from Florahome.She Funeral services were held at Mor- United Methodist Church or to the
"Bud" Slade Sr. of Hampton was a homemaker and a rissett Funeral Home at 2:30 p.m: last Manchester Rescue Squad. Masonic
Friday. Interment was in Dale services were held last Thursday !
member of the Melrose Trinity l Pilot
Mrs Slade was a school bus driver Church. Memorial Park. evening at the funeral home. Light
tor Bradford/ County for about 10 years. Espicopal
She was a member of Graham Baptist Survivors include her husband, C.
Church Murray Sipprell of Melrose; a
daughter, Kathryn S. Warren of The Energy Miser SystemMeet
She survived by two sons: Mr. Vernon Melrose; a son, Scott R. Sipprell of
Slade, Jr. and Mr. Donald Slade, Florahome; her mother, Edna P. the Whirlpool gas furnace with the Energy
bold of Hampton; two sisters: Mrs. Richards of Melrose; and four grand- Miser system. It's designed to help conserve fuel. It
., Sallie W. Hall. Ocala and Mrs. Lois children. features direct spark ignition instead of a standing
<;1'11. Madison Fla.; seven grand The family requests expressions of Mary Kay Mobile Homes I keep
pilot light An automatic vent damper to help
children and four greatgrandchildrenFuneral sympathy in the form of donationsto Excellent Future Moved''
I Services were conducted at i the Melrose Trinity Episcopal Cosmetics heat from going up the chimney and a night setback
p.m Monday! Feb. 8 at Hampton BapBrooker Church. For a.womanwholsno ouise Starling oral or statewide thermostat to raise and lower temperatures auto
satisfied with just a job, oves. Setup & con-
473.3092 matically. You couldn't afford to be without onel!
but one whose ambition ectlons done. Call
and desire far exceed Yes. & Weekends 1-462-4587E'venings. W
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woman employment.will be pastThis Bradford Carpet Cleaner? :, WhirlpoolNETTING !

have prestige apPresentaUonofthlsAd
pearance, able to HHBHH
t-, Agency f manage and supervise $tL 2 m 9 5 This Week Only
people, able to visualize
Names Griner as VP i an income from $15,000 Any Living Room and Hall t, ,:E:;,- Hayes Electric &
to $18 000 the first y ar.Now Advanced Techniques and Chemical Develop-
For i interview appointment ,ments make possible superior results right in your
Hamona Griner nee Harrell ,send brief resume home and at a price you can afford. Now you can Air
formerl of Brooker, has been made immediately to Aubrey have your carpets cleaned professionally as often as ,Conditioning
Senior Vice President in charge of Creations, P.O. Box you like. Deep soil extraction this method includes
operations for the advertising firm of both chemical and steam cleaning. Ave. 964.8744
Franklin Hoberts and Carlyle iY4 1192, Orange Park. 355 N. Temple
Mrs Griner received this promotion Florida 32073. / ,Call 964.8940
because of her outstanding performance
in the respective capacities -
of Traffic Manager and Operations
Director during her three years with
the company," said Dan Williams,
president of the agency. And
Prior to joining Franklin, Roberts I!
and Carlyle, Ramona served with the .
Florida Department of Law Enforce-
ment in Tallahassee. She also served
a'l Traffic Manager for Cecil West Terwillegar :
md Associates Advertising of
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Sir,. ('."Sut''IJnls: the two inmates leaped from the van '
I'laolll' 111.>-.::111 I and pulled the two women and three 964-7200 -
lie'ro s Arc Made: children from the burning wreck
;Not; Horn Minutes after the ambulance arrivedthe :
l Jul1ald McDdvid of Brooker, a expectant mother gave birth to a ::z Rebates
uiitdor! ul the Santa Fe Correc- baby girl.Witnesses. : TIL
.im.il t'enler near Gainesville, said said that it was like a
sundav Jun. 31, began as a normal movie as everyone was standing
dad! dues! for a working man. around wondering if the mother was ,Continue
McDavid\\ was driving a SFCC van going to be alright when they heard
'Mkmg 'lark Kennisaw and ArthurMurray I he cry of a new born. All persons involved -
inmates into town for parts in the accident are in fine
tot reh igeralors! at the center when a shape at this writing. McDavid, avery
car ,ran the red light at the NW. 39th modest man, said that when an ,
Street intersection on the Waldo road emergency arises, you act without vr
tlnrl'ullidccloilh another car causing though of personal safety, especially '
I he rear end cil t he first car to burst in- ? where children are involved, and you Mustang
lo flames may be able to save a fellow human
The driver of the first car. Donna being. I '
Vanetten of Waldo was rushing expectant Witnesses at the accident said the $750
mid her. Brenda Patrick, to real heros were McDavid and the two Fairer t '
the hospital! when the accident occurred prisoners. To we, the public, this is a
fine example of "Hero's Are Made, ,
Witnesses said Not
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