Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04250
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 18, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04250
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For Reliable 2-W ay Electric Tie .' i iA

six-year legal 1 battle' with Florida Power & Light can use or sell the cheapest source of power availablenow "It's time to fish or cut bait," said Jablon, who '"
ended late Tuesday, Feb. 16, when the giant producer of It will cost the city another $SOOO( to buy into described the deal with FPL as very advantageous to
electricity agreed to allow the City of Starke to have a St.Lucie. (the cities. (
parallel interconnection at a cost of $440,000. "It's a very good deal for you," the attorney said in
FPL wins an agreement from Starke, and other citiesin Buy 1,309 more kilowatts of power from FPL, 548 the course his two-hour report.
the suit, to drop anti-trust litigation in which the : KW's coming from a deal in which the city gave up its "It's probably the most important vote we've made
cities, charging FPL with being a monopoly won the | claim to natural gas credits, and the other 349 KW's will since I've been on the council,' said Commissioner Jim-
right to buy power from FPL and to get parallel inter- come from Tallahassee's share of gas credits and will my Crosby, Jr. as the council voted unanimously to approve
connections allowing them to broker power. .-, cost the city $34,900, one-tenth of the market value of af the agreement.The .
Negotiations for the electric tie with FPL, which will kilowatt of electricity. Tallahassee has sufficient cities, including Alachua, Bartow, Fort Meade,
allow the city to buy and sell electricity with any generating capacity, is currently building a power line Homestead, Key West, Kissimmee, Lake Worth, j
generator on the Florida power grid via FPL lines, were f to draw power from Georgia, and was not interested in Leesburg, Mount Dora, Newberry, New Smyrna Beach,
completed "within the last hour," attorney Robert A. getting generating capacity from FPL, said Jablon. Sebring, Starke, St.Cloud, Tallahassee, Vero Beach,
t Jablon about 7:45: p.m. Tuesday. Jablon had been on the All the cities involved in the suit must sign the agreement that compose the Florida Municipal Power Association
phone catching up with the negotiations during the early with FPL by March 2 for it to become effective. (FMPA) have been in litigation with FPL since 1976. .
part of the meeting which started about 7:30.: f Next step is for the city officials and FPL officials to Starke joined the litigation in 1979. t''
.' sit down and negotiate on how to implement the inter- At Starke, Jablon recounted, was the survival of the .r
jJi/i.; : ." The.deal will enable Starke to: connection. cities electrical systems. Small cities, such as Starke,

i The city will have an additional expense since it must cannot afford to buy oil or gas burning engines to keepup
Million Dollar Lawyer... Secure a parallel interconnection with FPL for I also pay for equipment to implement the city's side of with the growing demand for electricity. Starke, for
$440,000, which Jablon described as a "very good deal instance, would probably have experienced brownoutshad
the tie, as well as FPL for its tie. In the future the city
Robert A. Jablon explains the deal his firm, for The tie will the of pay
Attorney you. give city multiple sources can recover some of the cost it paid FPL, based upon not Merrill Dees, now the city's utilities director,
Spiegel & McDIarmid of Washington D.C. worked out power, making the city electrical system more reliable how much current it buys from FPL, Jablon said. been able to negotiate a one-way tie with FPL.It .
with Florida Power & Light so Starke can obtain a than ever before, plus enabling the city to sell current i: As part of the agreement, Jablon said, FPL is now was unthinkable then for a city to participate in a
parallel 1 interconntectlon with the huge power com- since the tie runs two-ways. {publicly supporting state legislation to allow the Florida FPL nuclear plant, said Jablon, or to transmit current
pany, which will enable the city to buy and sell Essentially, Starke can become a power broker when Municipal Power Association to sell revenue certificates over FPL lines.
wholesale power In a network of host of cities as well the parallel interconnection is completed, allowing the -., to build its own nuclear plant in the future from which In effect the agreement with FPL provides small
as the large power companies. city to buy power from the cheapest source and to sell the member cities, including Starke, can purchase cities such as Starke, with a way to stay in the power
Legal fees for the six year anti-trust battle with FPL power to the highest bidder. That is what cities such as ) business.
and If such is
a plan implemented
for the of small cities to tie Into the state New Beach do. power own.
rights power Smyrna
the already 'I a by FMPA, it would put the cities on an equal basis with "This ends litigation between the City of Starke and t
grid on FPL lines and to buy nuclear power from the giant utilities. Florida Power & Light that has gone on since 1976. I
huge firm are said to run into the millions making Purchase 20 megawatts, or 20,000 kilowatts, of cur- t' think the settlement is fair for FPL and for the cities.
Jablon a million dollar lawyer. Jablon's firm has battl- rent from FPL. The city can now purchase only 5,500 5 "This (deal) is not maybe, it is on," Jablon stressed to I'm very pleased that an agreement could be reached in
ed Florida Gas Transmission Co. for natural gas for kilowatts on its one-way tie to Starke. j.the silently listening council members, who knew what which Starke and FPL can work together in the future to
the cities since 1964 and the firm took on the giant FPL | the report was going to be but still couldn't believe they provide low cost, reliable electricity to the citizens of
in 1976! Starke joining the suit In 1979. Buy into the FPL St.Lucie nuclear plant, so the city r were finally hearing the words. Florida," said Mayor Vernon Silcox. ,


1-Cent Sales Tax Increase Still a Possibility

Committee meetings are the biggest thing going on.in A-sales tax increase is still a real possibility and will ;

the Florida legislature this week, says Rep. Frank come under close scrutiny, Williams says. A one-cent Increase -
Williams, D-Crystal Lake. seems to be the general feeling; however,
Reapportionment is still on everybody's mind, says stipulations that the tax increase must go to relieve property
Rep. Williams. The Senate is supposed to send a plan to taxes, to relieve cities of their financial burden, trrap1
the House. However, the big decision hangs on whether and for education, also seem to be generally agreed I
all senators will have to run for election after reappor- upon, he added.Estimates _
tionment. Williamr thinks all senators should run. are that a 1-cent addition to the sales tax
"I don't think people should have a senator they will raise around $1 billion.
haven't voted for," he says. "I'm pretty sure the general feeling is if these stipula-
Next week; the House and Finance Taxation Committee tions aren't met, there won't bea one-cent (sales tax) In-
: of which Rep. Williams is vice-chairman, will be crease," Williams said Wednesday afternoon from his The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Hequen103rd ,
: looking m options on raising money he says. Tallahassee office. I
I Year STARKK. FLOIUD2iCents: Copy .
29th Issue Thursday, February III, 19112 USPS 062-700 1 1,1


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: and field team members, .
coaches, and a couple of National
Guardsmen got together the past

S Jl, tl rr 'k two Saturdays for all-day cleanup
'sessions at the Bradford High School
track facility.
With track & field season opening
.. w 'wtS March 2 and this year's home meet
,1 schedule including what should be d14H
the biggest Bradford Invitational in jt -
.' :years plus the District 5 meet, the r
track needed some sprucing up said

coaches Revels. George Loper. and Buddy s -I

Coach Revels said the group
stayed the better part of the day both +
Saturdays and got much ac r
complished. Included in the projectswas 7t
extending the long jump pit, t
putting up poles to hang heat sheetson
erecting another pole to have ,
lane numbers suspended over the t..Y
track, repairing bleachers, and ', i
making a judges stand in part of the +
bleachers. Plans are to have con-, )\
testants and spectators enter on the .
west side of the track by the old -
storage building and not cross back
and forth on the track. Even thoughits
'_ a project that is way down on the
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: school board priority list the BHS -/
track people have hopes however s r. ,
dim, that the track could be repavedin -
the near future. t : I
The National Guard officers help- Pitching In... .
ing were Eddie Lee and Varnum and In the picture at left four girls (left to right) Tyffany Griff, Karen Chilly. { :
Revels said, "the team members Pam Hawkins, and Linda DeWitt-and Bradford :Middle School P.":. intern
and myself wanted to thank them Keith Tetstone work at edging the inside lane of the track. Above national i.
and Sgt. John Wayne Hersey for giving guardsman Steve Varnum welds a leg of the bleachers, which badly needed J
r us the help." Revels added that, repair. i ;

Ii i I. Ear $ 7,985. Contract Awarded for BMS, BHS Roof Repairs t tA f,

$7,985 contract to repair the roofs taking up the roofing and retarring In other action Monday night, Feb. foods list where U.S. Camp & Sons, sity of Florida Department of Education '.
leaks in Phase J of Bradford High around the pans. IS, the school board: Inc., Frigid Foods Products, Mc- and Department of Medicine. -
.. JFRIDAY. School and Bradford Middle School Bids on the repair were also sent to Callum Wholesale, Inc., and Gruver it
were awarded Monday night, Feb. 15, ,Jim Poole of Gainesville, Ray Stevensof Approved the appointment of Mrs. Associates got some of the items. Asked BHS administrators to
IL to Dan Richardson of Keystone Jacksonville, Jerry Ely of Starke, Burney Winkler as assistant principalat determine what happened to property -
Heights. and Triest .Construction of Keystone Bradford High, replacing Dr. Turned over to the staff for evalua- items described as missing in a list of t.
Charles Hall
Richardson Is currently building Heights. who resigned. tion bids on chairs for the BHS items requested to be deleted from
portable classrooms for the school The bids were hand delivered the After nobody commented' in a Business Education Department and property records. The board wants to 9_
\ Feb. It system. His was the only bid receivedto previous Wednesday, Feb. 10, said public hearing at the beginning of the tractor trailer bids for the Vo-Tech know if the items have been stolen,
SPAGHETTI LUNCHEON repair the roofs. Five bids were Register. School board members meeting, adopted a new expulsion Center. and listed has such, rather than simp D
11:30' 1:30: pM Woman's Club sent out, said Operations Director wondered if the short time period to policy for handicapped students, up- ly using the term "missing." _
Tickets $3.os Lennard Register. prepare the bids stopped some firms dating the board's old policy so it Established Saturday, Feb 27, as
Leaks in the middle school from the date for an auction to sell surplus I
Take Out Orders Available. are bidding Both Poole and complies with state law. Okayed payment of $5,000 to the
thought to be coming from expansion Stephens bad previously notifified the school property Items to the public at Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic
MONDAY. b.M joints in the large flat roof. Repairscall board they were too busy to bid the Awarded food service bids to the the operations center near the middle which assists the school system in 3 '
BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL for attaching new flashing, composed repair job, however. low bidder as recommended by Food testing and diagnostic determinations I
BUDGET WORK SHOP of felt material and stuck to the The leaks have plagued the schools Service Coordinator Delores Morgan. school. Operations Director Lennard. of students. 1,i', ; .
7 p.m.TUE5DAYLFSb.27. joints by tar, to the parapet walls of for several years. The school board By far the most comprehensive bid- Register: will be the auctioneer. -.... .
the joints. discussed putting on new roofs, but der was Joseph's Imported Foods Co. Set Monday, Feb. 22, at 7 p.m. for :
Leaks in Phase 3 of the high school, decided to try the patching which architect which got most of the bids on con- Adopted a resolution to participatein the first of a series of preliminary
TUESDAY the science department, come from Craig Salley and board diments and side dishes, but the competition a multidisciplinary dianostic and budget discussions. Supt. Tom Casey
ANNUAL leaks around pitch in which air- member J.T. training program at the University of
SUPPER pans Parrish a builder, said was tougher on the basic suggested the work sessions and the
PANCAKE 7i30 PM conditioners are installed in to drain would buy the board several years of Florida to be operated by the Univer board agreed.Outside. .
5:30 PM tet Church the condensation of water from the time before the costly reroofing project !
St. Mark Episcopal units. Repairs there will consist of will be necessary.
; Ages: 10 & Up $2 Inside. 1

Under 10 -SI ... !
'Everyone Welcome J.'A'ers to Observe National WeekThe Two Section ;
j. BRADFORD COUNTY ZONING SECTION At Fair to partly cloudy skIes and mild temperatures are predicted today -
J ,i BOARD MEETING 7:30: PM Bradford Chapter joins with day. Inn, Steak House Florida News. ......... ... ..Pages 123. through Sunday with no rain In the forecast ; .
nearly 8,500 other FFA Chapters all Theatre, FFA field day1' at the Editorial. .... ... ......Page 4A Rainfall amounts on Feb. 15 measured.03 of an inch at Louis Hill Tower I. wand
THURSDAY Feb.2SENIORA across the nation In celebrating Na- stadium, and on Feb. 20 a work day at Society.. ........ ...,Page 54.7A .73 of an inch fell on Feb. 16.
LTS tional FFA Week:, starting Feb. 20. the fair grounds with Doyle Conner. Sports......,, .,, Pages 10,11,12A New River Tower reported .24. of an inch falling on Feb. 15,and .35 of an
COVERED DISH LUNCHEON According to President Tommy Throughout the week the state's 260 Inch on Feb 16. .
a: '12 noon at Methodist Crosby, Bradford Chapter will be involved chapters are planning activities to SECTION Br .20 of an Inch fell at Santa Fe Tower on Feb. 15, and .40 of an Inch was
:. Fellowship. Hall In the following activities: support theis year's FFA theme: New Brief*...... :.. .... Page 1B reported on Feb. 16. f
STARKE ZONING BOARD I dress up day for all FFA members, vocational agriculture growing In Classifieds. .. ,. .. Pages I,'B Total amount of rain so far for February was not available by press fit
MEETING- PMR radio spots on )VfXE, signs at Holi America: Obituaries.Pagef 2,38 time. r:


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I IMgeZA hoGB ardAards Contract for Hampton Elementary Addition .

A $207,720 contract will be awarded and library are now. at $5,970, and accoustical wall panelsfor >I be taken if ills needed prior to May, wanted to build the addition to HE, liE will gain classrooms one full size from classroom where
to Abney Construction Co. of Orange Abney Construction Co., the low $1,787, all of which were alter. Supt.. Casey said. He advised the said Board Chairman J.T Parrish at and two small
Park to build the addition to Hampton bidder, has been investigated careful nates. board not to make the budget transfer a work session the previous week, explaining the kitchen and library are now. in '
HE library is a
Elementary, the Bradford school ly and exists The total construction unless the behind acceptingthe Presently the
no reason under the expenditureof until or money is needed. the theory for only I 4 or 5
board decided Monday night, Jan. 15, rules of the state Department of $207,720 will leave the board some Board member Rodney Hall made higher price.Construction small room with space al time. liE
down one
in a 5-0 vote. Education, to prevent the awarding of $15,000 in the hole on the project, with the motion and board member Arthur will be of the perma- students to sit the round
in large
Work can begin 10 days after the the contract to the low bidder,, ar- some $191,000 of construction funds Gaskins made the second and the nent type of concrete walls with brick students! t'atlunch
contract is signed. The 180 days allowed chitect Dave Jackson said when ques-- currently available. But Supt Tom board give the motion its full 5-0 support veneer. It will have sloped roof of room in the middle of round the hexagonal will
to build the addition will put the tioned by board member Rodney Casey says a representative in the to accept the Abney Construc- sheet (tin with a painted finish. bUilding. The large room
completion date about the time school Hall. state Department of Education has tion's low bid. The Orange Park based The addition will go up on the north become the library and media center. .,
begins next fall. The board voted to accept Abney's said the district( will receive$30ooo in firm has never before done any work side of the present HE hexagonal Where Ihe library is now will ;
The addition to HE would add a new base bid of $205,406, plus two alter- capital outlay and debt sinking fundsin for the school board. building. New service roads and park become a special: education room, a
cafetorium and kitchen plus one nates, a stage curtain to cost $1,423 May, which will more than double ; The job was originally estimated at ing areas will be graded up to the new program now housed in a storage
small classroom, enabling the and liquid tile on the kitchen walls at the CO &: DS funds budgeted now. $1114,000 some time ago, but inflation cafeteria to stop traffic from going room
175-member student body to gain one $891. To cut costs the board left off a The board has on hand a fund pushed il over $200,000.) The building across the part of the HE grounds HE had a nice sized library but
full size classroom and two small cooler-freezer bid at $12,434 additional balance of $34,000 from which the : would cost more next year so the where students walk to and from petitoned it off to make a classroom ,
classrooms from where the kitchen air-conditioning for the kitchen $15,000 shortfall of the$207,720 job can : board might as well go( ahead if it school, says Principal I Connie Clark when it got the 7th graders

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Tornado Talby k Banquet Room in Starke Contact Finance Office, Coach Hartley, or any were in the wrong places), and They will be attending the 'HLA
Mrs. Debra Norman at 964-7100, of the baseball players therefore were hard to get their gift competition in Palalka on Thursday.
964-8849, or Janet Jordon for details. lo. The club sincerely appreciates Feb. 25. A meeting is scheduled for
Applications can be picked up at the "Tommy Scott's Old Time Mitchell's Drug Store, and Koch's Friday morning, Feb 19, in Mrs.
Vickie Carver front office or the Image Maker on 301 !Medicine Show" is coming to town Drugs for donating some of the candy Register's room. It is asked that all
r North. this Thursday night I, Feb. 18, in the that was sent with the notes. A try to attend.
& BUS auditorium at 7:30 p.m. The special thanks to Mr. Milton for allow-
The Quill and Scroll Current Last Old Time Medicine Show is a ing some FCA members to purchasemore Campus Capers
Thought for the 20. There are betwen 600 and 800 par Events Quiz will be given in Country and Bluegrass Music Variety candy at 7:30 am on Friday and Happy Birthday: Liz Lawson! 151
: ticipants. They need volunteers to be February. All students interested in Show with
sharp shooting magic, to Mrs. J. T. Carver, for donating and Daryl l ThoinlonllB( ).
A, half-hour of "Muggers: Runners, Scorers and competing for cash prizes please sign and Gong the Gorilla. This U a family
communing with God Timers". Please sign up in the atten- up with Mrs. Thornton by Feb. 15. time lo help with the planning, and for
in the morning... dance office, cafeteria, or library. It entertainment show with lots of action being available in the time of Billy Shannon, your name is !really
the\\ill saan. hour of confessing In should be a very rewarding experience Baseball season tickets are now and laughs along with good desperation to go and pick up more in the paper! U!!
r\ruing.Seniors. music.If .
/ as well as lots of fun. on sale. The cost for a full-season candy. I think enough candy was
Volunteers of Bradford, you are need- ticket, which includes all 10 games, is you SING, DANCE, or PLAY delivered to sweethearts, lo cure Robbie May... Teresa says "he) .
ed!! $12 for adults and $8 for students. something, bring your accompaniment everyone's sweet tooth for at least the and she loves ya'1Lisa !
.... There are half season for and be at the auditorium one next year Maybe by then (the FCA
The Art Club is collecting The Junior Class "Swrtt-lleart adults and students who passes know that hour before showtime": The acts will can stock up on candy for the next Alvarez says..."Not hin'.
signatures lo be printed on T-shirts Dance" was a "blast" according to they will not be able to attend all the be judged on audience applause and CANDY-GRAM event. Not hm'' .. Not huu' this week.
for the class of '82 at the( main office the winner's name will be submitted
Kathy Gillingham. "We have finally games. The cost of a half season passis
during lunch. If you are not able to go hosted a dance that was successful", $6 for adults, and $4 for students. to Nashville Talent and Record Agency. The Key Club has planned a bake
by the office by Friday, contact Mrs. Scott Allen was the King of Hearts The half-season pass is valid for five A pamphlet giving more details is sale and car Mash for (this Sat., Feb
O-Bnan. and Michelle Kimutis won the $25 home games. Help get the baseball located on Mrs.ltedding'sattendance 20 in front of Winn Dixie. There will THE BRADFORD
counter and in the cafeteria..if inlerested be an assortment of cakes cookies COUNTY Tf IIGRAPHPublished
door prize. Grover Howard was the players off to a great season by sup- ,
Hrudford County is proudly hosting disc-jockey and did a fantastic job. porting them and purchasing your just pick one up. pies, and goodies that will cost from vry Thundayo
the District Special 25t to $5. The wash will be o 130 W. Coll Str..t I
Olympics Track The 1982 Dream Girl Pageant will tickets now. You can buy a season car $2.50 '
and Jo'iddCunlt'sl on Saturday,March be held on Feb. 27 at the Little Italy ticket from Mrs. Prevatt in the The F.C.A. honored over 200 per car at Ihe Community Bank. The Stark, Florida 32091
Valentine Sweethearts Friday, Feb Key Club also has things planned for
12. The club set up a 'andy Grain Ihe near future, such as helping/ out !cond Clou poitog paid at
booth at which anyone could order a with the special Olympics, and a Stark, FloridaSubicrlptlon
Layman's Challenge to a WitnessThis htllt sweetness lo be delivered toI special project for the Old Folks
I heir. sweet)'long wit h a special I note. Home. They will be painting all the Ratot:
Everyone got involved in tow event fire hydrants in Slarke as a project In trod. ...0: 59,00 per year
Sunday, Feb 21, Madison of the Green Bay Packers. Jerre also Boaz, Ala. He also served as Gideon. from students to teachers and faculty. for the community $5.00 .1.! month.
Street Baptist Church will feature two served ast 2nd Lieutenant in the ArMr.. Jolley accepted the Lord at the The entire day CANDY GRAMS: were
special challenging services. m)'. age of 12. Upon entering the ministry, being delivered h> friendly FCA The FBI,"' made Valentine cards Outtld. trad or.o: 10.00 pr year
At 11 a.m. Jerre Brannen will bring He gave his personal testimony at he attended Mid-America Baptist members.The for the Bradford County Hopsilal to $$,50.1. month
the morning message. Jerre is a the Florida Baptist Evangelism Con- Theological Seminary in Memphis, club would like to thank all deliver on the lunch trays for its pa'
hu'mervice-presidentofthesouthern ference held in Jacksonville in Tenn. where he graduated with a the teachers for allowing total chaosto tients on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 14
Baptist Convention. He is presently January. degree of Master of Divinity in May take place when the Candy Grams
serving as a Deacon in the North Central At 7:30 p.m. Vernoy Jolley, 1981. were delivered, ordered, or talked
( l Baptist Church in Gainesville. chaplain at FSP for the past.six mon about.. The FCA would also like to St. Edwards Church Hall
Jerre played college football at the ths, will be speaking. Pastor of Madison Street Baptist 'thank Mi;, Charlie Thomas, for consenting -
University Alabama for Bear As a layman Mr. Jolley worked for Church Rev. Robert Gillis, extends a that the Candy Gram
Bryant. He was recruited for professional 18 years as a high school teacher and warm invitation to the community to escapade could take place, and Mrs. BINGOEvery
football in/ New York franchise football coach at Boaz Hif.h! School in come and hear these two dynamic Redding for helping locate students
men as they bring forth an exciting who were receiving a candy-gram,
Saturday 7:30: P.M.
challenge. Nursery will be provided. and weren't in the right place (tor
411 N ,
Temple Ave. Starke. Fla .
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I aw ley Elementary items are not picked up at the end of
School :News; the school year, they are given to the '
SI.\t."th( grade has bake sale: Mrs. children's home. o ; o ;,1 r f 7 'l' t'
Folsom's seventh grade had a bake The Lawtey Speedball Tournament { ''!fr '
sale Feb. 5 for John Hamilton and was held Friday, Feb. 12. Lawtey's

Jerry Gaskins. The entire school participated fourth and fifth grade girls won over t t f+ l1, r. r ', { < i +E ,,7, f ,+ ,, (, i I Ir
and they raised $181 Starke 170. Lawtey's fourth and fifth +% {1 't +
grade boys beat Southside Elemen-
Urlcome to our school: Patricia tary 50.
Jackson in the first grade and Karl The Lawtey sixth grade co-ed team
Fishburn in !Mrs. Judson's seventh won 11-0 over Brooker. In other
grade and Joy Fishburn in Ms. Ben- games, Southside girls won 5-0 over
nett's fifth grade. Brooker. Popcorn and drinks were
I'.iiTiitH: We have several sweaters sold during the tournament with proceeds
jackets caps and other clothing itemsin going to the John Hamilton/-
the office that belong to your Jerry Gaskins Cancer Funds.
children. Please stop by the office any We would like to thank all for their
time from 7:30: a.m. to 3:30: p.m. daily cooperation and participation during
and go through these items to see if the tournament. We collected $43
they belong )o your child. If these from the popcorn and drinks.

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City to get Three New Radar Units i1 .. !,'t* I'1' i I' 11. ,'f''' /I--.' ;.. '

HA YE's' E: I E CTR'I'C & I
Starke police cars will soon be rower beam width, giving a much validating new revenue certificates to
equipped with the new KR-10 type smaller area vehicles are clocked in, be used to finance the parallel interconnection
radar units now required under a new thus a more accurate reading.The with Florida Power &
slate law by March 1 and which are change is being, made on Light and to( pay the city's 25 percent
more reliable In court. recommendation of a Governor's matching funds for the 75/25 Environmental
City commissioners agreed Tues committee which met to determinehow Protection Agency's AIR CONDITIONING
day night, Feb. 16, to buy three units to improve efficiency of radar funded expansion of the city's sewer
from NPH Industries at a'cost of units after cases began to be thrownout system. The city does not yet know
$9,055. A trade-in of $4,070 on the current of court and the accurancy questioned how much money it will need because 355 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Fl. 964-8744
X-typle units leaves Starke a Chief Bowen said. the cost of the tie is unknown and it is
balance of$5,985 plus$538 in interests In other action, the Starke commissioner uncertain at this point if the EPA project
over 36 months, for monthly ': will be funded again.
payments off $181.22, said Commissioner -Were told at a Monday, Feb 22, 1 The present validated bonds don't Offers a Pre-Spring
Charles Schaefer in presenting p.m. meeting on the city's currently expire until July 1, but they call for a
the deal to the city commission.The stalled $300,000-plus federally funded maximum interest rate of 10 percent.The .
KR-10 will replace the old wood-burning project is set at University bond market is higher than that Sale on"Whirinool
MV-17 radar units currently in use by of Florida s Institute of Food and now, at 12 percent.Okayed v ."
most law enforcement agencies. Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) in
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen explaned Room 1031 of McCarthy Hall. Com- a budget amendment to Include
the new units will have a lower frequency missioners have been unable to deter- a $15,000 expenditure for the ci
which will give more accurate mine in recent months what has hap-
ty's street lights, which are an expense .
readings.The pened to the project or what progressis to the city and should show in p HEATING 8 COOLING JL PRODUCTS
current higher frequency units being made perfecting the wood- the budget, councilmen said.
have been questioned in court since it burning engine which is supposed to In Conjunction withFPLSVJTWIS
was proven in a Dade County case generate steam to run one of the Under its ordinance the city cannot
that a trooper had clocked a house 1,000-KW power plant generators. give away electricity, said Commissioner
and a tree at high rates of speed. Charles Schaefer in moving to I
The KR-10 units have a much nar- Discussed the necessity of amend the budget. u r r L


I. Hampton HilitesBy -p- I,

Dolores IVIeng Ron Newman presided at the Clarice Adkins was admitted to North I
Phone: 468-1915 meeting attended by ten members including Florida Regional Hospital in ( '
Allison Archey, a new Gainesville last Thursday night. She 29RF
The Hampton Senior Citizens will member. Sean Smith gave the 4-H is in Room 327 for observation and
hold their meeting on Friday, Feb. 19, Pledge and Carl Harrison gave the treatment. She enjoyed the visit of
in the City Hall. All interested in a American Pledge. her entire family on Sunday. We wish AW Ml ABOUT IPIS KINTTVC WO&HAM IO''COOUNO b HlAnNG'IM\
good social time are invited to attend. The 4-H Newsletter was discussed her a speedy recovery! * ** ** * * * * * * *
CongratulationsOlie along with the upcoming Bradford BirthdaysPatricia
Sheppard and Rachelle Quinlin County Fair and prospective com- Parado celebrated her llth : Call Randy
were united in marriage Friday evening munity projects. birthday on Feb. 11. Kim Hodge turn .
i Feb. 12, at the home of his ed 10 Feb. and
Games were played for recreation. on 11, Christa Wood i
parents, mr. and Mrs. Olie Sheppard. Refreshments were served by Sean was 12 on Feb. 11. : 964-8744 for additional I i
licv. Buddy Freidlan of Keystone Smith and Mrs. Newman.
Heights performed the candlelight The next meeting is scheduled for Kevin L. Griffis '
ceremony.. Sammy Sheppard served March 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the Newman Cpl. information concerningFP&L'S :
his brother as best man. home. receives rank promotionMarine *
s.Following the a reception
ceremony Valentine SweetheartsMrs. *
vjras held at the Sheppard home for Belle Brown was crowned Watt-Wise offer *
Lance Cpl. Kevin L. Griffis,
some 35 guests. The refreshment Queen Hearts on Sunday, Feb. 14, at .
son of Clifton E. and Louise L. Griffisof
fable, covered with white lace cloth,
a the Hampton City Hall. Starke, has been promoted to his * * * * * * * * *
was centered with a bouquet of blue This climaxed festivities conductedby
and white chrysanthemums.The some 40 members of the Hampton present rank while serving with. (See Ad Below)
Marine Aviation Training Suppo..1Squadron902
two tier decorated wedding Christian Church at their Valentine ,
Cflke was served from one end of the Salad Bar Luncheon Naval Air Station '
table and punch from the other end. Mrs. Brown was presented with a Memphis, Millington, TN.
Other refreshments of hors bouquet of red roses and a gold crown
d'oeuvres, nuts and mints were also while seated in a decorated rocking f fI
served from silver dishes. chair.
'The groom is employed at Herculesin This surprise presentation also included I :
Starke, and the bride is employedat Mrs. Bessie Maxwell and Mrs.
the Uniform Manufacturing Company Florence Johns who were named I i I
in Keystone Heights.The \/
Valentine Sweethearts and presentedwith I
newlyweds now reside in a box of chocolate candy. hiducing. ,
Keystone Heights. The hall was decorated with a i
4-11 Club variety of red hearts and bouquets iI
The Hampton Green Leaf 4-H Club featuring hearts and cupids. I
held a meeting Thursday night, Feb.
11, at the home of Mary Jean HospitalizedWe
Newman. were sorry to hear the Mrs.

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By Elizabeth Walker County, Inc. will hold tits monthly r
Phone: 646K3: meeting Monday Feb. 22,at 7:30: p.m. .t
in the Cafeteria R.J.E., 1080 Pine St.
Black History Month All members are invited to be present -
Negro History Observance Mrs. .
Cynthia Sherman Ross will be the Church Activities
speaker for the program Sunday Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap--
Feb. 28 at New Hope Baptist Churchat tist Church Junior Choir will sing at
7:30: p.m. Rev. L.W. Mosely is Ebezener Baptist Church Friday;
pastor. The public is invited to attend Feb. 19 for the Black History Obser- i
these services. vance.
Concerned. 'citizens of Bradford The same schedule will be followedthis
iW week for services.
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New Bethel Baptist Church,
Special Olympics Is District No. 2 Deacon Julus Royal
leader will meet Feb. 21, 7 p.m.'All
Fteb..26'in Bradford, members are invited to attend.
nt&ourffy-wide Special Olympics Prayer service each Wednesday at 7
tratfk ant field competition i is set for p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.
Friday, FebL.26,..irt. the Bradford High In Memory % .
Scft Q.\J.l.ack.\ : ..4t In loving memory of my husbandJ.C.
:6unI.wili be hosting the Cannon who died Feb. 18, 1974.
District Special Qlympic track &field Gone but not forgotten. I am carryingon
coflnpetitio % thift! year, an,event expeCted -; as you would have me do. God loved -
to draw:1 OO-BOP participants. you best. Wile; ,
Volunteer( 1belper4 are' needed assist Mt. PisgahjA.M.E. Church District
inXunnjng' both tneeu, especially. Conference wilt begin Thursday, Feb.
big! DISVct, meet."Jhisls'the \. T'; 18 through Friday, Feb. 19, for the 1 1?
r, \ firittiJ)1e.we've! ; everholed West Jacksonville District. Rev R.J.
the District'competition and Blame, presiding elder. Yt'f y e err
we/;want i it to .be'good," said Mary 1 6
Strong of Bradford Special Olympics.
"We\ need volunteers to help as PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS
scorers, timers all kinds of things."
Anyone who can help with either or Y
both of the Special Olympics meets is
asked to call Mrs. Strong at 964'6800 1.2 I 3 Bedroom Ipls.
(days). Also, if any local merchant or From '1311" to '275"
individual can donate fruit it would be i
welcomed. McDonalds will be givinga !
lunch to the participants and 'fI: : 1830 W. Madison '," .

organizers also hope to give a fruit j ..._ Phone 984-6312 < .->. .
snack to the athletes. .
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"I have 17 reasons whyH&R Anew series of FPL Writ-Wise"incentives will actually pa.y'OU' t.' F .r .

to conserve electricity. I' "\ 1

Block Up to$300 if you need ceiling insulation. I 1 ",.

should < Up to$150 if you need solar-reflective window film. I I -!

prepare'your Financial incentives towards the installation of high-efficiency water I: I ;

taxes/' heaters including solar. .- I Please send me detailed information on the I i t*

(The three incentives above will be in the form Watt-Saver'"' .. :I I .'following Watt-Wise incentives: I t.!,
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certificate redeemable participating contractor.To qualify all I' -J.Solar. Reflective Film. Water Heaters j .;..

work must first be? recommended by an FPL Home Energy! Audit.),. .J j; ,\1 '_ Ceiling Insulation. (heat solar r heat recovery pump) I 11ft.Fmancla1mcentrves .
1 for the replacement of an mefflclent cooling nd I I

R ASON14lfBlockmakesanerror: heating system, installed by participating contractors (Paid by .'r t ;\:1 .- :, ] ___,Cooling and I 1't-,

we'll pay the penalty. And the Interest. check after FPL on-site verification.) I '. l ?' .". Heating Systems. j _
We want to walk out our door with total confi! t. 'I. '" N ame '. :! ; : '
dence. So. Dour error causes you to owe additional Will everyone benefit from these incentives? ,I :: ,. .
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tax. that's all you'll pay. We'll pay any interest and yeS t .. IAddress: : 'y v r
penalty.And we At stand H&R behind Block you we stand behind our work. The cost of these incentives is I less than the cost of the oiil necessary\o\ ; I ; ,c tl' 1 I

generate the electricity! wasted by an inefficient home ;; .L I""Cly ..;l .;t.::;,.: FLZip
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(_1 H&R BLOCKe ::;:c Soeveryonebenefits.Evensomeonewhodoesn'tqualifyforapariicj! I pl lar{j ;''J v Mad.I Q:Ml 'Department. Florida Power& Light I

l_ _.. incentive, or who has an efficient l home, shares in the fuel l swings;Evejy 4"! a" "".* 4> Po.eox 529100,Miami, FL33192i 1
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New Office Location:', .The less oil we use, the less new building have to do, tnejttbrevs ; :y 1 .
we can help hold the line on your electric bill. '. ."?,? m1 1ttR; I. m I I

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Rebs, and. Yanks Will Gather Sunday To' Reenact ;the Battle of Olustee ,.


Civil War buffs.will gather Sunday, It was a major battle of the war in thus depriving Southerners in the wounded, and six missing. Union _.-
Feb. 21. at the battlefield near Lake Florida resulting from an attempt by area of food supplies while capturing forces suffered 203 dead, 1,152 wounded 1 III.. ti. '" :--.
City to re-enact a major victory of Union Forces then occupying cotton, turpentine, and timber for the and SOB missing.The y I .:!-:" .... ,",, .: ,
Confederate troops over Union Jacksonville to march west from that Union. ; '; .:::
Forces that took place in the pine flatsat city and cut the lines of communication During this battle, Confederate roar of cannon at the bat- 1 A..YI ++
Olustee, Feb. 20, 1864. between East and West Florida, casualties included 93 killed 847 tleground was close enough to be r.
heard in Bradford County and the fi "
rosters of Confederate units taking ...
-, part 'in the battle are sprinkled with
family! names still frequently heard in I

I etHTOKlALS! this area.

: At least two officers from Bradford .i.t'?' '1' i t .
County fought with their units at .......:
Olustee Lt.\ Wm. T. Weeks later \ 1
River"Way Clerk of the Circuit Court here for
I Seven Ways to Kill The Suwannee many years, and Capt.\ J.C. Richard ;a

an early Starke merchant, who commanded -
an infantry company that he =

helped organize in the early days of =, -...
down the eleven counties along the Dump wastes into the the war. = ::-
upon Suwannee and its tributariesare river. The accumulative loadof =
Suwannee River ," Capt. Richard and three of his .. .. ". =-
asked to adopt.As legal pollution into the brothers fought at Olustee. the largest -.
God created it. rivers can make significantand and bloodiest encounter of the war in

shown by the film, the long-lasting changes. Florida. A brief account of the battle
Stephen Foster wrote a song None of my company were killed or Lake City's downtown park whereart
about it undeniable lure of the Suwannee is contained in a letter to his wife mortally wounded. Tom Durden craft, and food booths will be
is resulting in slow, but Allow uncontrolled written from Olustee Station Feb. 21, severely wounded in foot. Perry Dees open all afternoon.

And now, man threatens to certain change along its banks building in the floodplain. 1864: the same Calvin Dees slightlyin
destroy it."Seven and tributaries change that arm, Chest null slightly and several At 9 a.m. Saturday a major collection -
Dear Wife: others slightly. I, as well as Job, of Civil War artifacts will be on
Ways to Kill the if left unchecked and *Siphon off the water. The in force yesterdayand Harney, and Jasper were not touched. display for the public. A parade at 11
Suwannee River" was the title unregulated, threatens the ex- Southwest Florida and we enemy met them 'one and one half I feel very thankful that we sufferedso a.m. will feature the 700 battle par

of a documentary film shown istance of the river as we metropolitan areas need more miles of this place. Their force was little ticipants, bands, floats, and other

Wednesday night on WUFT, know it today. Thousands of water now and in the future much larger than ours, but we whipt units in downtown Lake City.

Channels (Public Television): building lots have been plat- and have even proposedraining them badly. coats Some, caps of 1 the, canteen boys have, etc.Yankee Some over good

ted and developed along its off 350 million Democrat
Our battalion distinguished itself blankets. Many little things taken, Delegates
The message of the film was banks dams have created artificial gallons of the Suwannee to and was complimented on the report this paper and envelope among them.

that t, if anybody wants to kill a water levels at flood help supply their shortages. filed by the Commdg. Genl. The fight To Party Conference; ,
river, here's how: Dam its times, mining activities have lasted about or near four hours, and I write, but fear you will not get it. f'
Love to all. Do write often.
headwaters. Build in its flood threatened the river's water *Destroy the Suwannee's night put a stop to our pursuit. Our Love John Must Appl Soon
off its to drain tradition of and loss is about fifty killed and among ,
plain. Siphon waters quality and proposals to peace quiet them some good officers. Wounded
other sections of the state. and exploit its wetlands for and an unspoiled environmentthat about 300. The Job Harney, and Jasper, men- Delegates from Florida. to the 19K3
Denude and drain its timber and minerals, all pose is matched by few re- tioned above, were brothers of Cap National Democratic Party Conference -
will be elected
wetlands which are a vital potential threats. maining rivers in the nation. We have killed and taken about one tain Richard. Committee of the Stale by Democratic Central,

part of the river's ecosystem. thousand also Yanks 6 white of and artillery negro.and We Anilities! Scheduled Party al its!March 20 meeting in Tam

These and other threats to the While no single factor can *Listen to the prophets of would captured, without pieces doubt have capturedthe This year's Olustee events start at pa.

Suwannee and its tributaries, be blamed for the impending "big is better'* and the most of the enemy if we had had noon Friday with musicians dancers The 1 19112! part conference will bc:

including Santa Fe River, degradation of the Suwannee, mistaken belief that develop- two hours more daylight and other entertainers performing in held in Philadelphia. Pa., June 2-27'-;

were examined in depth. the Wednesday night film ment of any kind is necessarily The Central Committee will elect'

revealed the cumulative effect good. J eight participants and five'

This eye-opening documentary of uncontrolled replacements, and additional "Florida
participants and five
is the result of twelve ment on the river's delicate Through the camera's eye, and additional Florida replacements participants

months of video-taping in the balanced ecos'stem.And "Seven Ways to Kill the COMMUNITY L will include Gov. Bob Graham and the'

historic Suwanee Valley, from Suwannee" offered the viewera eight Florida members of the.

the headwaters in the the seven ways to kill look at the unique characterand Democratic National Commiiltee.

Okefenokee Swamp to the the Suwannee? Here they are: tradition of this historic Florida Democrats who want to he

river's mouth at the Gulf of -Dam the headwaters. A river and its now uncertain IMPROVEMENT considered for one of the vacancies

Mexico. One of the nation's dam keeps water elevationsup future. Only the interest and may obtain an application by writing

last free flowing and in the Okefenokee Swamp, understanding of those who to the Florida Democrat ic Party. Box

ed river systems, unsroU- but also changes the nature of have known the Suwannee and ROGRAM C.1. 1758. Tallahassee. FI.:32302.: : > Completed
Pete applications should he received
legendary Suwannee remainsas the Suwannee just as it is forming the Santa Fe through physical Says: by March 12.

it was when bands of In- contact, or merely through

dians lived along its shores, song and story, can save the' 'I'ree'I'fuafiftg/ Program Sfifl'l/nt1'r' \\l ay' Income Tax '
more than 12,000 years ago. In Mine the wetlands. Suwannee from the fate of the '*k V t ". Help, "I' f"I
Available Now
the words of Governor Phosphate mining, as well as St..Johns, which is now suffer 'When the Beautification Committee of the Starke Woman's) Club received At Public ", ? ",\ t

Graham, who is pushing for the proposed draining and ing from the loss of wetlands such great cooperation from the community, there was no doubt that LibraryNeed

protection of the Suwannee peat mining of the Santa Fe along its banks.As "Improving Starke" should be our CIP project for the year.
Arbor Day was observed Jan. 15 with the planting of 2,000( seedling trees specific tax forms? Don'thave
is one of the "great God-given Swamp, or clearcuttingforests f by school children and adults. what IRS says to have?
natural resources on the along the Suwanneeand stressed by Governor During this club year, $2,000 has been earned to replace wall windows As an aid to taxpayers who do nof
planet Earth" and should be its tributaries, would Graham at a "Save the and door in the club house, and the project will soon be completed.The have the required forms a volume of
protected while there is still have adverse effects on flood Suwannee" meeting in annual azalea sale will be held in March and it is expected that this reproducible Federal Tax Forms is
event will again be a "sell out" so better come early. available to photocopy the Brad-
time. The means of protectionare control along the rivers, as Gainesville last week: "The ford Public
Local businesses continue to clean and fix their County Library
up up propertyand
provided in a new flood well as possible pollution of time for action is now-- before results are visible in every part of town. Also available for your use at the

plain ordinance which all the waters. it is too late." The club is sponsoring a spaghetti luncheon on Friday, Feb. 19, from library is Your Federal Income Tax
11:30: to 1:30: for the benefit of club house improvement. for Individuals for use in preparing
The next CIP (Community Improvement Program) meeting will be 1981 Returns (IRS publication number
held March 8. All interested persons are invited to attend. 17)) and J.K. Lasser's YOllr'Income
I The Reagan Priorities Tax ((1982 edition). ,.
i iTo For those that need more help

come to the public library on Monday
!; March 22, from 6:30: p.m to ?;'30 p'.rrt': !

those who lived through But there is a villian lurkingin automobiles and County Agents By A professional tax preparer, Tom
many t- Howard will assist "free". the elderlyand
the Herbert Hoover era of fifty the rosy script concocted by others, are being cut or i low income in completing their
years ago, President Mr. Reagan's budgeteers, and eliminated. Notebook ; tax forms.
Reagan's first economic that is the astronomical \Also he .\: *" ,.lo
report, transmitted to Con- deficits looming in this and When all of these elementsare anyone's' questions.on their la>*ki fms.

gress last week, had a future years, which cause put in place, it is obvious ,libraryDon't ake-'advantage''ofCypurL fuss free: :assistanQ: public t

familiar ring "Prosperity" is even his former Republican what is more important to the Spring like weather the last week : ,: *.6-8-8" is your public''Iibrar1. 'Fggjnore vim6\-
just around the corner. supporters in Congress to Reagan administration and so has a lot of folks percent mation call 964-6400.. ,. '.1..I( ""'.

shake in their boots Mr. where it intends to go. Its first Vegetable and watermelon fields ; percent

miraculous Good times will this make a Reagan could, if he were so inclined concern is with tax relief for being gardeners prepared are busy for planting planting Rezoning Approved : .>

return spring, keep the deficit down middle and upper economic like onions and potatoes. by On U.S. 301Commercial' Y3

according to the report by accepting a delay or at brackets on the economic Winter have )' present Site :.i
drafted the Presdient'sCouncil pastures grown
by only in
least a partial reduction in totem pole. They were promised the last two weeks than they have .
of Economic Ad- these cuts. He could also relief from creeping winter. Many pastures are now here They In its first meeting under the/nevj.

visers. Interest rates will 'reduce the record-breaking taxation and from the increas- grazed for the first time giving soils are consolidated setup with the county
come down and the nation will tlemen some relief from the City Zoning Board on Jnuary 28
deficit substantially by trim- ing weight of the so-called en- needed to
aproved the petition of Silcox for
begin to pull itself out of recession "store-bought" feed and hay. sufficient Billy
ming the billions he is deter- titlement and thatis
programs, rezoning a closed service station on
thanks to Mr. Reagan'ssupply mined to lavish on new what they're going to get. Most strawberry fields are and U.S. 301, just north of the courthouse;
side "trickle down"economic defense systems.By good. Plants are making good from its present classification of RlC
formula. Houses, Even and setting a good crop of fruit be (residential) to B3 (business).
automobiles and consumer some Republicans bloom. We should start picking an abun- The board also approved a site plan
these actions Mr. conservatives now' contend ries about the first of March if we to insure submitted by Ray Durban for a moms=
goods of all kinds will be sell-
Reagan makes it clear where that the President has aban- by without another hard freeze. crops of ment plant on the former Freeman

ing like McDonald's ham- the priorities lie in his ad- doned the political dogma that Most not excellent Register property on South Street,
burgers. In the second half of growers are getting across from the Gulf Oil bulk -
ministration. Almost daily, he he himself has preached for cited though because they are garden plant.
1982, after another tax cut anda and his advisors back the 15 the doc- cold weather source of Action on a proposed special excep
cut or past years -- ting some more tion to allow used
Social is low in a car operation on
Security cost-of-living
eliminate more and more of trine that large Federal spring. Many are guessing that manure J.D. Odom property just north of the
increase has placed more the rules and regulation that deficits feed inflation and high will have a freeze around the than in Brahma Restaurant was postponed

money in consumers' pockets, annoy business and industry, interest rates. Now Mr. moon in March. high because of the non-appearance of.

the economy will be zooming but which were intended to Reagan argues, somewhat Most folks will soon be buying especially anyone requesting the exception.

upward. All of this recoverywill protect consumers and the en- ironically, that in a three 'lilizer for their gardens and is The zoning board's recommendation -
arrive on scene, like the the questions I have had ler't. growing. on the Silcox rezoning and the
vironment from those who'would trillion dollar (if the
good guys in one of Mr. economy need for more information about on the Durban plot plan were both approved
Reagan's former western exploit them for the mind of man can grasp such tilizers.All -a com by the City Council Tuesday night.
benefit of figures) deficits in the contain-
movies, just in time to bigger profits. $100 plants must have food
save billion Once plants of the !potash.
Republican Measures that were aimed at range are really not growth. use Pvt. Easterling
congressmen stored in the seed they must
that after
important all.
from defeat at the hands of the cleaner air, purer water, sufficient amounts from the soil with a Reports for Duty
bad-guy Democrats wildlife sanctuaries parks What other mediums in which of
in the fall would Herbert Hoover they Most Pvl. Ra>miind W. Kaslerlmg, II..nllr
elections. and playgrounds, safer say to that? most growing.all soils.There But.most is some plant garden specified Irene nU\\hog. Keystone Heights has
The kind arrived fur duly ill a post I in Vest
do not have enough. We must Berlin.Ka.slerling..
in the form of will de
-- ------ plant food
previous : an infantryman with
fertilizer or manures. The he( alto. I I ,
The Florida Infantry was previouslyassigned
BRADFORD cot recommended for most garden .
at Fort Ik-iining.( .
is called mixed fertilizer.It .
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) kinds lie is a I'.mi! graduate' ol Keystone>
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0 AGH and BCH Officials Were

I 9-__ r The Social SideGladys Guest Speakers for Woman's Club ;

Hospital officials were the speakers white paper dollies and Valentine ':
a. foootyJJ The '1! hi the Starke Woman's Club luncheon- andy favors. A Valentine theme was ,
'; 1" ; (needing Wednesday of last week;heldat carried out in Ute decorations in
the club house. cluding an arrangement of white
Mrs, L.H. Jennings chairman, in. chrysanthemums and red velvet bowson
troduced the guest speaker, EdwardC. the speaker's table and center
L964-7608, News Peddle, president and chief executive pieces of white flowers on the dining
'a 41r officer of Alachua General tables.A .
Hospital, Inc.'Mr. Peddle stressed the delicious salad bar was served by
fact that relationships of people are Mrs. Jennings and her committee in-
cluding Mrs. R.A. Green, Sr., Mrs.
one of the most important things in
Deborah Jackson and Zim Padgett survival. he said "Health care in R.A. Green, Jr., Mrs. J.A. Griffin,
future is going to be strengthened by Mrs G.J. McGriff, Sr., Mrs Paul
Married Feb. 13 in GainesvilleDeborah partnerships and relationships." He Raymond, Mrs Curtis Sanders, Mrs.
spoke of free health care in the M.. Sarntinoranont and Mrs. H.U ',
a '
r Jackson, daughter(of Mrs. The bride, given in marriage by her hospitals the: community.and the need to satisfy needsof Speer.President Mrs J.D. Warren presided. -

Karolyn Kaufmann Jackson'' of grandfather, George Kaufmann..of'Keystone Other honored guests were Ms. The devotional was given by 1
Gainesville and of Heights, wore a white sal ID .
Bennie L. Jackson
of and Douglas Sides, Minister of Education,
Judy Moore) Director Nursing
Starke, and Zim Randall Padgett, son gown with Queen Anne neckline and
Assistant Administrator of Bradford First Baptist Church, who spoke on |
of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Padgett, Sr. of trimmed in lace with a long train. She "
County Hospital. She has been aregistered "What is True Love?! |
-.. Gainesville were united in marriage wore a string of pearls and combs in New members included Mrs. Albert
nurse for 22 Ms.
Feb. 4 in First her hair secured her! floor I'ngth'l'll.. years
13 at
Saturday, p.m.
Sanderson and Mrs. Louis Dieguei.
Moore spoke to (he club about her
She carried heart of
Lutheran Church in Gainesville with a shaped bouquet
The club will serve a Spaghetti luncheon -
duties at the local hospita I and invited
carnations and breath.
Robert Besa'lski the roses baby's
Rev. performing A held the members to visit the hospital. Mrs. on Friday, Feb. 19 from 1 l:30to:
reception was in
nuptials. Patricia Trubow, Director of Public 1:30: p.m. in the club building. Tickets
Highlighting;! the altar were two arrangements Lamplighter Mobile Home clubhouse at $2.08 including tax obtained
Relations of Alachua General may
which decorated with
of pink and white carna- was cupids from members and at the door.
Hospital was also an honored guest
hearts and bells.
t w (' tions, gladiolus and fern. Preceding the program luncheonwas Desserts will be extra and take out
Amy Johansen presented a pro- Misses Sherrie and Lynn Padgett/( orders will be available.Rosha's .
t served at tables decorated with
gram of nuptial music. sisters of the groom kept the bride'sbook.
Mr. Padgett attended his son as .
best man. Ushers were Tom Padgett, The bride's (able was covered witha
Jr., Robert Padgett, Steve Padgett, A lace cloth and centered with a throe
Ronald Wiggins and Franklin Pittard, tiered heart shaped wedding cake Beauty Shop
all brothers of the groom. !Mrs Wayne Donahoo cut the cake.
: Miss Sandra Lee Jackson attendedher Irs.. Annis Magy presided at I the 597 Raiford Road, Starke 964-7570
.o ," sister as maid of honor. Attendants punch howl and !Mrs. Michael Realm
1\' '., cut the cake. Special for the Month of February
; were Connie Clem, Janelle Slef- groom's
-dl 1l :, :. fen, Judy Lawrence, Karen Clark and Following a wedding (rip to South Reyettc Permanent $15.00
'l1 Florida the couple will reside in
.r Susan Clark, cousins of the bride. Hair Cut
"' \ ''''' They were all attired alike in floor Gainesville.The [1' 'f
.. 11 4.' '- :'. .:. : length rose colored gowns draped bride graduated from P K { Shampoo, Cut, Blow Dry M.OO
.' over one shoulder with sheer cape. Yonge Laboratory Scholl J'tI' I$6 00
They wore flowers in their hair and Gainesville.The '
Mr. and Mrs William Wallace : & Set
carried nosegays of rose and wine colored groom graduated from Shampoo
silk flowers. Gainesville High School and is Jlltr 5.00 ..
Marty Green and William Wallace employed hj the State of Florida.

I Married Jan. 17 in LawteyMarty

Bales Green of Jacksonville, Dorko greeted the guests at the door. : ;; ,'. "
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daughter of Mrs Martha Wells Dorkoof !Mrs. Abbie Massey kept the bride's
tawley, and William W. Wallace of book.
Jacksonville were united in marriage The bride's table was covered witha .
Sunday, Jan. 17, al 2 p.m. in Grace Army-Navy cloth over a while
Methodist Church in Lawtey with flounce and was centered with U'I I Three
Kev. Don Denton performing the nup- tiered wedding cake encircled with
I tials. sprengeri fern and fresh flowers in : 'b" t' ,
Highlighting the altar was an arch pastel colors. The cake was flankedby ;*; ;;
candelabra flanked by two standing silver candelabra holding burning ,',( 1
baskets of gladiolus, carnations, pompoms tapers. Cutting the cake were Mrs. / ij/ ::, >1. .
Dan Jr. and Mrs. MarthaAiley. >>{ "k ', "; ;: j
and daisies in pastel colors. Cooper >, ,_1 Wt 'iN '
Presenting a program of nuptial Mrs Robert Wallace assisted. '. ,.. f1J' :'
music were Jean Cruicbfield, soloist The punch and food tables were also '. ,,/-,, I .
and pianist and Judy Voorhees on I the covered with Army-Navy cloths. The j
j ;accordian. Also Jean and Jody along punch table was centered with a silver '-" ; r
I with Donald Fuller)on entertained the punch bowl encircled by greenery and '
guests al I the reception. flowers. The food table was centered ,:
Robert Wallace attended his wit h an arrangement of pastel flowers s sYfe I
and silver held hors d'oeuversand
brother as best man. trays 1of I
Ms. Jackie Terrell served as appetizers. Presiding at the
matron of honor. She wore a baby punch table were Mrs. John Miller, ',,.': ,,>< ;
blue, long sleeve, floor length dress !Mrs. Robert Lee, Mrs. John Tye and '8W'" ,;
with lace yoke. She carried a silk !Mrs D.A. Jones. Mrs. James J. !Murphy 'J< ..,"r'., !
and Mrs: Joseph Ititchcock. ,,,,> ,
nosegayof dairies pompoms.miniature ". ," ',",. ,:- t 'C,
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carnations and .baby.s presided at the refrt'shmenttable. / '
breath in pastel shftdbs. >ij Following! a Carribean cruise wed : Iti 'J"' ( ; ii'
The bride wore a floor lengthcandlelight ding rip't I he couple will resld lt"rlle <"1>""r .r ,#L 1 f in rn du I a '?'1'T4'lil.,. '"",1" .
Oaks Condominiums in Jacksonville.The ,
gauze gown designed by
Gunee Sax. The fitted waist gown bride is a graduate of Bradford ., ,;,<,:: .\,}, 1
featured rows of lace and ribbon on High School; received her nursing : i'>
the ruffle at the hem and shoulder.She degree at Lake City Junior Collegeand
carried an old fashioned silk emergency nursing degree from j
nosegay of anemone, gypsophalia, North Florida Junior College.
a/.oloa blossoms and lube roses. Her Mr. Wallace owns and operates an jI
pearls were a gift to her grandmother, ambulance service in Jacksonville dLcrit -I II
Mist: i, Mae Higg.s\ Wells from her where the couple are both employed.Did .
She of silktjuwers
grandfather. a ring
{ wore
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f Ilyg, ; breath accented wil li blue and Mr. and Mrs. James Hallinan of I
uflalf\ \ fochls. Westhampton, N.Y. were Sunday to
A reception was. held in the SlurkeWomaV Tuesday guests of Mr. and !Mrs.
( / :\$ Club which,, was decorated Gerald Moran. Arriving Thursday fora "
)\\'Uft' lQn,1l/lgt'el'lls, palms and ficus week's visit\ with the Morans are
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PaRe IIA TELEGRAPH February 16, 1982

I .. ,,k' :
Barbara Valinski Bride-elect I'Iw Stark Woman's Club :' .. Mrs. Ruth GrlffU.!

Having Spaghetti / :.,,: Blanton Owsley

Recipient at Many PartiesMiss Luncheon Friday To- Wed March 6 .

The Starke Woman's Club will havea The marriage of Mrs. Ruth Zeigler
Barbara Valinski, whose mar- shower was given for Miss Valinski by spaghetti luncheon on Friday, Feb. Griffis of Theressa and Blanton
riage to Jack Strube will be an eventof Mrs. Brad Carter, Miss Jennifer 19, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the 2' Owsley of Fort White will be an event
Feb. 27, has been complimented at Haas, Miss Lori Shuford Mrs.Danny club building. of Saturday, March 6, at 2:30 p.m in
several parties in the past week. Norman and Mrs. Lee Sparks at the ; Tickets at $2.08 including tax may Hope Baptist Church in Theressa.
On Feb. 5 the ;;ecretaries of the home of the latter on Jackson Street be obtained from members and at the All friends and relatives are invited
Slate Attorney's office Gainesville, Games with prizes were enjoyed b)rr door. Desserts will be extra and take to attend,
where Miss Valinski is employed, the 15 guests during the party hours of rI t out orders will be available.
gave a luncheon and shower for Miss 7:30: to refreshment The E.P. Sheet
Valinski at the Ked Lobster in The table was coveredwith :I Rotarians and
Gainesville.The a lace cloth and centered with a L To Celebrate50th
miscellaneous shower was held spring flower arrangement. A silver Rotary Anns Have Anniversary
in the office after the luncheon. punch bowl was at one end of the Valentine DinnerThe
table. The Rev and Mrs. E.P. Sheetz'Of
The hostesses presented the! r annual Rotary and Rotary Ann Middleburg will celebrate their 50th
honoree and two mothers with corsages 'ti --.. Valentine dinner was held Friday wedding anniversary Sunday Feb.Zlt
(in Wednesday night, Feb 10, Miss and also gave Miss Valinski an I ,..... night at the Starke Golf and Country \ from 2-4 p.m. at their home given by
Vdlmski was honored at a party given electric frying pan. Club with approximately 65 atten- 1 their children and Highland Baptist!;
bj Mrs Vernon Silcox and Mrs. .., .l ding. Hill Church to which Rev.Sheetz is pastor.
'Ic-orse Roberts Jr. at the home of the The head table was centered with a Mercy The Sheetz were married Feb. 21,
'latter Carol Hildreth lovely spring floral arrangement and Dee Hill 1932 in Jacksonville.
The refreshment table in the dining A champagne brunch was given for the six long dining tables ,held wax Mercy ; Their children are: James E.
room was covered with a lace cloth Miss Valinski on Saturday at 11 a.m. Carol Hildreth begonia plants at each Rotary Ann's Darryl Wakefield Sheetz, Sr., Eric H. Sheetz, John
rind centered with an arrangement of at the Holiday.Inn.The William Gnann Jr. place setting. Engagement Told Anderson, Donna Kilpatrick and RoseMary -
yellow/ and white jonquils, daisies and U-shaped table was centered I A social hour was enjoyed from 6:30to : Sanders. They have nine gran-:
pompoms interspersed with Valen- with an arrangement of azaleas, Plan May Wedding 7:30 followed by a steak dinner. Mr. and !Mrs. Arthur Hill of Starke dhildren and four great-
imcs camellias and baby's breath. Bridal]1 Mr and Mrs. Herbert R. President J.E. Tomlinson welcomedthe announce the engagement and approaching grandchildren.
Hildreth of
In the livingroom was a large arrangement place cards marked the seating arrangement members and recognized the marriage of their
of jonquils and the family for the 20 guests Kingsley and Lake announce the engagement guests. daughter Mercy Dee to Darryl L- Did You Know...........
I mom! had an arrangement of( yellow During the brunch Miss Valinski 1 l L approaching marriage of Wakefield of Jacksonville.A .
.ind white pompoms and baby's presented gifts to each of her; their daughter, Carol Lucile Hildreth, March wedding is planned. Gerry Moran of Savannah Ga. and
to William Theodore
l tiiiMth bridesmaids: Miss Lori Shuford. Miss Gnann,Jr. son of The Mark Howard of Bud Lake, N.J.spent
Mr. and Herres
Mrs. William
The hostesses presented the Jennifer Haas Mrs. Lee Sparks and Starke. T. Gnann of Did You Know........... the weekend with Mr and Mrs.
In'n free with a tea pot. as a momento Mrs Danny Norman. Dinner Hosts Gerald Moran at Kingsley Lake.
The wedding will be
an event of
ii1: i In- occasion Among the guests were the
May 1, at 11 at Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Herres Mrs. Ann Godwin is a patient in
tuning the 50 attending between the honoree's mother Mrs. Joseph Valin- a.m. Kingsley Lake gavea Keith Carter of Miami spent the
Baptist Church. dinner party Saturday night at the Alachua General Hospital followingeye
with his
of and bride- ski grandm'other Mrs. Annette weekend parents Mr. and
rtoui 8 9 the
s p.m. were : All friends and Starke Golf and Club for of last week
relatives invitedto Country Wednesday
iM'It'I'f' mother and grandmother, Stewart and prospective groom's are surgery Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr.
attend. their son, Matthew and fiancee and Monday.
Mis .Joseph Valinski and Mrs. AnIII'IIe mother. Mrs, Edward Strube. Out-of- again
Maria Cantu after the wed-
and the town guests were Mrs. Joseph Rice of couple's
Stewart prospectivel"lIlIm's Jacksonville and Mrs. James Joinerof [ Did You Know............ ding rehearsal.!
Hi mother, !Mrs Ed Strube of T PJELQffla
The 26 attending which included the
Kivstune Heights and Mrs. BruceSuuhe Gainesville. Sgt. and Mrs. Rex Anderson Jr. wedding party immediate families I 1M
Hostesses Mrs. Maxie
: I were Carter
Jr, Mrs. Robert E. Biggs Mrs. and son of Homestead AFB spent Friday and out-of-town guests were seated at _
Jerome Johns, Mrs. J.E. Denmarkand to Monday with their parents Mr a U-shaped table which had a red,
Mrs. Warren Winkler. and Mrs. Anderson, Sr and Mr. and white and pink arrangement of carna- ,
on Thursday night, Feb 11, a bridal, Mrs. Nick Harper in Lawtey, tions and roses as a centerpiece.Hardll2 i

Debi Overstreet Prescott i ,

Honored At Several Parties Recently

.1" of lawn of (the restaurant.
D< Oversireel I Keystone
ili" limits( whose marriage to Mike The refreshment lahle held linger Foe 3O YEARS IN ALACHUA
fu-Mnii "I Kingsle l.ake'Ll5 an sandwiches and sweets which were
I.vont! tli l ,h ph.l :ri was honored at several served to the guests after games were DUWXL UNION INLAY BAKER I
parties recently.Mrs. played. Winners of the games were
Prescollas given a bridal Shari Mobley and Connie Davis who AND BPADFOPD GGUNTIES
shower at the home of Mrs. Beadie received prizes and presented them to
:Mae Norman: in Lawley on Friday, Debi and Mike. BEFORE You PAY
/an, 22 with co-hiislesses Elhel Too MUCH
Sharon and )Darlene Not nun, Evelyn Chicken Fillet Sandwich
Prescott' i, Diane Gaull and Mary The ladies of the Hope Baptist CHECK WITH Us
I'i\ IniI Church presented Debi with a bridal Regular Fries
I t'pOll entering I lie room, each guest shower Thursday Jan. 211 in the \WE BUILD I ON YOUr LOT Op OUPS
picked a number from an envelope fora educational building of the chunh Medium Coke"or
drawing later in the evening for the Upon arrival Debi was presentedwith
dour pn/e This prize was won by a corsage of a pink carnation ( choice, ol medium toft dunk| FPEE ESTIMATESFINANCING
Bicncla, Sullivan who in turn with a maroon ribbon earring out
prt-si.nted it to Debi as a memento of Debi's color scheme in the wedding. $ 1 9 AVAILABLE
i he Occasion The refreshment table was covered
,Xpprnximatle :J5 guests enjoyed a with a lace cloth over pink linen and LOTS AVAILABLE ALSO ACREAGE
evening of( refreshments and watched centered with a punch bowl with I tMlnloa .
Debi open her gifts maroon colored fruit and encircled t
with pink camilhas. DELUXE TOWNHOUSES: SALE
-',,",, Brunch type refreshments were en ..
..jo>ed by the guests after playing r BEOPOOM IYi I BATH
t: mpla>'ees11inrant o l\.fCl>,jdc1I''''' ", several. I games.A 7 "
!! m'StarkwfBw'hei'e DoU is tJ. ':ADULTS ."3BO"J! '
employed, presented Debt with a ONLY
bridal shower hosted b> Miss Sandy *
maker on Saturda, Jan 23: on the bridal shower was given for Debiat START I Nt AT 4.400..00I
her home on Friday, Jan. 29 given .

da by Mrs.Gordon.Sylvia Wheeler and Mrs, Lin- I 11/lea INTEREST" FOr HOMES IF You QUALIFY

Starko Nursing Home The refreshment table was covered

Has Valentine Tea with a white lace cloth and centered .
with an arrangement of spring 964-6853
The Starke Nursing Home flowers in a glass container which
employees gave a Valentine tea matched the serving dishes.
At participating. Unitair now ttvu Mxuary 23. 1982 No coupon nc..tory I
Thursday' Feb. 11 for the Bradford Assorted refreshments were served ONE MILE SOUTH OFSTAPKE ON SQJ
( ouni> Hospital employees the after Debi opened her gifts. Each gift
Health department and Starke doc- was accompanied with a bit of advice

torsThe from the giver which was written
tea table was covered with a down and presented to the bride. .,
lace cloth over red and was centeredwit

!h an arrangement of red silk roses. ,'J. I" "
Ms: Debbie McClough poured punch. a ,
and Bettie Sue Denmark, Beverly Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott gavea fir I':: r.-.! i I'
McGee and Torena Lizenbee servedas rehearsal dinner on Feb. 4 at the '.f ti} 9t.19n r ,
floor hostesses. Western Steer Steak House for their .... :,. I
Twenty-five guests enjoyed punch son, Mike and fiancee, Debi ,., ;.'
and cake between the hours of 1:30: Overstreet. qrl4flhcl
and :a i p.m. Mrs Rachel Prescott and Mrs. I II I
Doris Overstreet were presented with 1 'r

Class of 1972 corsages from Sunshine Florists who ,its .
also furnished the centerpiece for the I
Planning ReunionThe table. b'I
After dinner Debi and Mike '(
Bradford High School class of
presented gifts to their attendants.
1972 is holding a meeting ,tonight
Rev. and Mrs. John Chasteen
Thursday Feb 18 at 7 be held
p m. to
presented Debi and Mike with a set of
at the Lee Sparks home at corner of
eight monogramed tea and eight
Water and Jackson
streets. juice glasses with matching pitcher.
Members are asked to and bring
come -
Mrs. Ethel
Norman, Mike's aunt,
the addresses
provided a chocolate cake for dessert.
Anyone who has any questions or who
needs information may call Lee
Sparks at 964-6330 or Lee Harden- I
brook at 964-6775 or. 064-6280, Ext. 215.. Keith Reddish r L

Party CelebrantKeith
Two Birthdays
Reddish was honored at a surprise
Celebrated Monday birthday party last Friday night
given by his patrons at Keith's.Beauty
Mrs George Copeland entertained Salon
at a luncheon Monday at her home on The Valentine
Underhill road birthdays was carriedout
celebrating the
in the decorations in the
of her mother Mrs R.L. refreshment The
Brooks of Williston, whose birthdaywas table in the Chandelier
Feb. 14, and Mrs. W.II. Thom- Room ,was covered with a lace cloth *'

son's Feb. 15.The birthday. whose birth date was mother one and centered in ,a Mrs.heart with Bill shape two Reddish birthday made and by cakes Mrs.his I switched i a small CAT 910

with luncheon red cloth table with was white covered silk Sandra Harley Nancy Roberts and
a Lottie Starling presided at the punch Wheel Loader for

overlay rangement and of centered pink and with white an pom-ar- bowl.Jennell Dyal and Ruby Tanner only ,$1,2503 Ill onh"When .

poms with a red candle in the middle.
Enjoying the luncheon and bridge 40 assisted guests in who serving the approximately I opened my own landctearing business, I thought If you're still operating some other brand equipment
game that followed were Mrs.Brook's enjoyed refreshments I couldn't afford the best. Was I Since
I and watched Keith open his gifts dur- ever wrong I've because you think you can't afford Cat equipment( see bur
Mrs. John sisters Deen Mrs.and L.Anderson Mrs. Gaylon, ing the party hours 7 to 10 p.m. switched to small Cat equipment, my profits are bigger Caterpillar Dealer. He can show you many different

Howe of Ocala Mrs. Kate Terry of 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
Jacksonville and Miss Lillian Stump financing terms I can afford. Here's why I believe in Cat: much less than you think.
Mrs, John Griffin Mrs. W.II Thomson Eddie Douglas Speaker No other heavy equipment dealer gives better

and Mrs. Jim Womack of Starke. At.Sr. Citizen LuncheonEddie product support.You re assured of swift you,.dependable Stop in today. Let Us put you in the operator seat of a

Kimberly Renae'MorganCelebrate. Douglas will talk on income service and parts availability NEW small* machine. Get the big advantage for as little as
taxes at the Senior Adult covered dish $1,250 a month.
2nd Birthday luncheon to be held Thursday Feb. 25 You get professional assistance in selecting the right Cat Based on+dealers Small, M ch *t Ntefcfiandisivi Wan effective 1.lil/81.

Kimberly Renae Morgan daughter at Hall.12 noon at the Methodist Fellowship equipment for your job, too.And your Cat dealer will help .Details available on request.732280O .

of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan All senior adults in the community you schedule any necessary maintenance betweenjobs to I

celebrated her second birthday on are invited to attend and bring a reduce unplanned, costly dcwntime.adds up to a RING POWER
Feb. 3 at the home of her parents on
Morgan Road. covered dish. maximum return on your equipment investment.JAc .
The party rooms were decorated Did You Know........... C.eerpirw.e*taid f8
with a circus theme,and the cake was aranaanrbareaapaw7/auorea I f
decorated with a circus scene.
Renae received many nice gifts at Mr. and Mrs.' Gilbert Goldwire f KSONVILlE peALAi TALLAHASSEE ;
the party' attended by family were visiting relatives in Brunswick .
members and friends. and Waycross Friday to Sunday. 737-7730 : : 386-2121 L



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_. ____. '__, day session. Treasurer; Bill Eddy, Tyler; V.A.
S Y, Attending the 50th wedding an- Mrs. Billie Hall of Orlando is Florida of state Ocala Elks Elk Lodge rresiaeniShashay was On Saturday, Feb. 13, the Florida Nichols, 5 year Trustee; Warren
niversary of Rev. and Mrs. O.D. visiting her brother-in-law and sister honored at the annual President's State Elks met for the quarterly Winkler Chaplain; Richard Solze,
.BIRTHS Moore of Keystone Heights at San Mr. and Mrs. J.H. DuPre this week. Ball held at the Tallahassee Elk meeting at Harry Anna CrippledChildren's Esquire; and J.D. Doyle, Inner
Jose Baptist Church in Jacksonville Hospital in Umatllla.Starke Guard.
Feb. 6 with 700 Florida
J Saturday afternoon were Mr and Rev. and Mrs. W.A. Hogan on Can- Elks Lodge and on their ladies over Starke Elks and their ladies in atten- Elkette officers elected Monday
.. ::> Mrs. C.L. Cooper Mrs. Arlin tonment, Fla. will be weekend guestsof present. Mr. dance were: Mr. and Mrs. V.A. night for the 1982.1983 year were:
Elk by
McKnight, Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek, Jr. and Mrs.Lodge Bill was Finucan represented and Mr. and Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Richard Solze Elsie Wahl, President; Doris Ot
Jonathan Edward Williams Lawson, Mrs. Mary Lawson, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Louth, Mr. and tinger Vice President; Evelyn
Mrs. Dominianni for the two
.: -Jonathan Edward Williams decided Helen Cranfill Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Misses Kay and Claire Turner of George Mrs. Frank Ottinger, Bill Finucan, Strunk, Secretary; Margaret Brown

to'Choose Francis Y. and Mark E, Dansby Barney McRae Mrs. Marie Jacksonville spent the weekend with Did You Know........... J.D. Doyle, John Warren and Mr. Treasurer; Elda Mae Spear,
Williams for parents on Feb. 6, 1002. Siemer and Mrs. May Thomas. their mother Mrs. Janet Turner. and Mrs. George Dominianni. Historian; and Rose McConnell andAda ;
At the Monday night, Feb. IS, Dominianni on the Board of I
at 9:30
: a.m. A home delivery was at- Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Overstreet attended
Jim Lawson who had Mr. and Mrs. Al Carlisle regular meeting of the Starke Elk Directors.The .
tempted for the Bib 2 02. baby boy, but surgery last Kay the wedding of Jim Winn to
since he decided to present himself Friday in North Florida Regional visited friends in Punta Gorda Fridayto Sue Prevenza Sunday in St Lodge the new officers for the Starke Elks meet the first and
backwards to the world Shand's Hospital, had as Friday visitors Mrs. Wednesday of last week. Augustine. 1982-1983 year election were: John third Monday nights each month at
Hospital was considered more to the Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Darisby, Warren, Exalted Ruler; Bill Col- the Lodge Building on N. TempleAve.
purpose. Especially since a C-section Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson, Mrs. Rev. Pat Murphy of Hope Baptist Rex Anderson is home from linsworth, Leading Knight; ,Rodney ., with a covered dish supper at 7
'was/ required. The mother is at home Mary Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Church is home from the hospital Alachui General Hospital where he Somner Loyal Knight; George Carlisle p.m. with the ladies, followed by the
Recovering beautifully. 'Hie father is Cooper and Rev. Robert Gillis. after knee surgery. had been a patient for three weeks. Lecturing Knight; Bill Wilson, Elk meeting and Elkette meeting at 8
going( crazy taking card""of what has Sr., Secretary; Alex Kerbawy p.m. Visiting Elks are welcome.i I
been proclaimed as the most
beautiful baby in the world.

"> Rebecca Lynn Miller You're to like
:Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Miller of Clay going
Hill announce the birth of a daughter ,
Rebecca Lynn, born Jan. 21 in Orange
Park Hospital. our Pharmacy.Eckerd
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and .

Mrs. Guy Dyal of Starke and great Pharmacists are highly-trained professionals who are going' to .
grandfather is M.L. Lawson of Starke.
make sure you are completely satisfied. They take continuing education
Paternal grandmother is Mrs.
courses to maintain an up-lo-date knowledge of developments In V
Josephine Miller of Starke.
drugs They always try to save you money by offering Senior Citizen discounts
__ and generic drugs whenever possible They will also save you
Lent Program Planned __ _S# time by constantly checking stocks to keep the drugs you need on hand!

..By Women of St. Marks

::.':The 'Women of St. Mark's made

plans given in for February two Lent and programs March at to the be -... ..-,-- Tine-z.

regular monthly meeting Feb. 9 in the .
Parish House with Mrs. Herbert ,

_Thomas.The devotional presiding.and worship program iJ' l ;S= \ i e ii
were given by Mrs. Flossie : (: a e
,Prescott. Mrs. Thomas presented the ( ) eng h
study! program on the subject" "What z
i iMakes Us Episcopalians. -___
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i The social hour followed with .. .
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{f refreshments being served by Mrs.
j!Paul Bennet and Mrs. Prescott.

: Hold Valentinei

i :i Banquets ROLLS OF 12 O!/ : CHOICE : S.h 109 SINGLE PACK .699: IIrl

not 6911 11.9 3-OUNCE 1911 Prked ..... ....... .. .... Sale PricedBrilliant .. ..
} Calvary Baptist Church, Madison 7-OUNCE Regular 2t ......... Refreshing beverage In shatterproof color prints that develop
held Valentine.
I :and Cherry streets, stomach. Limit 1 pk Choice of assorted types. Limit 1 Bath soap with baby oil. Limit 3 bottle. Limit 2 In seconds.
[;banquets Feb. 12 and 13 in the church ;;;
|Fellowship Hall.
!. Friday night the 12 year old and ,
!:under age group were honored.
.Robert Koontz, son of Mr. and Mrs. ALKA-SELTZER / PLAYTEX JHIRMAcc' DUO-TANG I I CANE 111 VIDAL BASSOON \ II :
;John Koontz was chosen) prince and I ANTACID TAMPONS FRElDD REPORT I ACCENT CURLING
April Johnson daughter of Mr. and TABLETS BOX OF 24 COVERS. TABLES
:Mrs. Bobby Johnson, was chosen I 3) FOIL PACKS 019 Regular 29 ee. Regular .../ II fTitHII1 I BRUSH '\ I

5:princess.Saturday night honored the 12 yearstand 439 rIl Choice of 3 'Playtex"%\\i FO 6 y-i 00 FOR/2 //yOO [[ J Reg. 1Z.B9 .8 99 y I '.

over. Rev. Raymond Williams II For Indigestion ;::: II types. Limit 1 pwe Assorted colors II Choice ofassorted II Save 4.00 ... II
:and wife, Millie Hamptonwere & more. Limit 1 with fasteners. colors. Exclusive bristle design. '
: chosen king and queen. The 1981 Dual heats & swivel cord. ,JIII
:king and queen Woodrow, Jr. and

JMarie Griffis, crowned the 1982 king SUDAFED.r.. -1111 12-FOOT SCOTCH GUARD 3-PIECE 111 III
Everyone assembled in the church IUdll'd' .flL"CIIUIIT30mg .
auditorium on Saturday night to view BOTTLE OF 24 '"bI.11_ CORD Regular '... Regular PROTECTOR 4.U 1 .. INSTAPURE "Ln.2s1
:the thought provoking and challenging "- I 139 H29Brown 999'1.11 I WATER FILTER I
Christian movie, "In His Steps. 349 t

Decongestion or white. > tare.. s 1. 16" x 20" & .a. by.oUiterPik"1\ : \\1\Il\ / i

Confirmation Conferred,I I without. Limit,drowsiness. 1 I UL listed. "", ...01. fabric. ? 2, 8" x 10". 1 Reg. 21.fl (199 Ii, t i i

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I At St. Edward'sBishop I ,
For L 4
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j Conferred the Sacrament HAIRS LOGS BRUSH '\
!iof Augustine Confirmation at St. Edward's I 4-OUNCE I R.0ul.r.... Regular 1.39 4- Regular 1C I I
!Catholic Church Thursday night,Feb. : .-
6" 99" 69 J
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;presented the Confirmands: Paul'lawek Limit 1 stripe. hours. Limit 6 handles.
Robert Dunne,Teresa Dunne, I I
1.\ 'eresa Futch, Allen Gonzalez, Son Reg. 39.99 .
Lam, Andy Nguyen, Dzim Nguyen, IIINTENSIVE 0 12" IC 18" I/." x 50' BURGESS II Save 10.00 .....2999 '.
Jackie Nguyen, Cindy Parado, Donna I PEDESTAL GARDEN FLUIDIC I
AC/DC operation. Builtinmike.
Paradoi Gene Powell, Lisa Rix and HIBACHI HOSE SPRINKLER Cuereview.14s .
rohn,Walker. By VaaallneliOUNCe ,":!;o R.gulnte.ee No.8630 No.374Regular
David and MaryAnn McCampbellihtjassisted I / 9 Regular 1296Q99 199S I 7
19 149Cast w s. _
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lidatps;)for Confirmation, served as For over-dry 1 Iron. Multl- ., I \ Rubber vinyl. For even water INTERMAGNETIC :&*&
position grid.
.actors the Mass.Itt.nl1Yflemmons .
I skin. Limit 1 eD Nylon reinforced. distribution.LAWN CASSETTE I
+,! and Steven Spell I J !..
'Jr"Altar Servers. Antoinette Coss I TAPES
as organist and Tony Anderson was I 12-INCH FURNITURE St II
uitarist and song leader. LILT W / TABLE TOP PADS \P .. /0-MIN. PfcSK/-99 I 1
were presented by PERM GRILL CHAIR '." ""
Offertory gifts > 3/1/ I
:indy Parado, Lisa Rix. Jackie I SPECIAL qv. II R.puln3.50 I Ut RejJ. .......2r I l... 1. .., m Reg.Low-nolsa 3.99 tapes for most II )l
guyen and Gene Powell.This includd -. -189 .' 299 \ CHAII120".72" I recording needs. 1 '...r
banner hand made by those conirmed f -
> a Reg.
and Mr.. and Mrs. McCamp- Sponge end I Enamel fire S.49 ,,,,',,311t I
>ell. The banner depicted the gifts of II wraps. Limit 1 bowl.. Rustproof'grid. W solid foam II I y
he Holy Spirit and. Confirmation' 4 I..
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Following the ceremony I RELIANCE A-1 0 IGLOO 8-OT. WEB & ALUMINUM ZEBCO 2020 I BATTERIES I r
served to
:onf irmed, their families and friends PAD >. 1II: ""LAWN CHArRR'II.4..CHAISIRog.2U FURNITURE 9, Regular REEL'&....ROD I Rp. t.9/ -oCK29/ I 'S ij
n the parish hall.A III Regular 139 i) : ; Regular 19.99 4... 2 I J.
cake decorated with a cross was ,,;': 10" 11" 19" 29sPistol ,. Priced / i 'iA .
;erved along with fruit punch, coffee ',f" rod. cells for flash-
L grip \
cookies and party snacks. .' of I I Plastic cradle food :weight Colorful aluminuframe.1: ::,':' ; Ceramic: guides. I""",, calculators & more. ,.. -. I. "
!if Mrs. ,Mary Gissy was in charge separates
arrangements for the reception. & Ice.

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returned Tuesday after two weeks I Kordite ca I
Visit with her mother, Mrs. E.P. Hallin d: .

Sterling. Colo. TALL KITCHEN) 2' :" ":H'; :

1 Mrs. W.R. Royster of North CAN BAGS/3 '4;} {, J I .,
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Robbie Shaller.
Mr. and Mrs.
I Mrs. Elizabeth Vining of Palatka 13-QALLOM *)99 .SClNTb
will be Friday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. BOX OF 80 J : 3/1/ 00 Regular' 1.09 7ge Regular 1.19 sse a-ouNci 83 I

L.D. Vining. Regular ".411 ...,......,pKej .;1'... ,............' ? Sato. Priced ........,.. Sato. Priced ....,,..... Regular' 1.2' ........ .13 '.
I Tall kitchen' bags with twist ties Choice of assorted fragrances. Comfort 'top band. One size fits all. Absorbs unpleasant odor & moleChoice assorted types. Limit 2 I
| Mrs. H.P. Herres, Sr. of Bellefoun- I Limit, 1 Choice of shades. 2 pair. pack .ture." For ,litter box. Limit. 2 7Hefrlii.
iaine. Ohio and Mrs. Douglas Marsh Limit 1 pack .
bf Cincinnati Ohio were Thursday to ,
Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Her-,

res. Jr. You're Going to Like OPEN DAILY 9 to 9, SUNDAY 10 to 7. Sale Prices good thru Sat. Feb. 20th ,; :

| Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief spenthlday Eckerd's Famous Photo Offer! WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES.Bradford .
with Mr. and Mrs.
to Monday .
= Die hlnll.0*t in..t.t of,pf Inta $
ft.W. Underill in Indlalantic every rod o(color or buck and white
visited Dr. and Mrs. Rob UnderW in print film EVERYDAY developed' and printed TOOArAND VISA" ) ;

palm Bay on Saturday. Twlo.91. mm..On tyro roll'ol print Him Square i-
for trw price of one Kodacolor$ or bloc endwhit "
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L Mr: and Mrs. Chester PJ tten of Pen-and you Twice... want the Mo"seal.d Ouorantee TODAY l AND?EVERYDAY Buy in only.goof trio.prime..in' r LP:,, .. 301 South, Starke, Florida fI1I) ...'
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Hawks'inMen's' League leadlng'ni ..:.:
Jackson's Tops scorer Curtis White;,;', :

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Jackson's Building Supply took control and Mike Chandler with 9. Eddie Dyal with 16 and Bruce HAWkS ((71)1) C. Ch.ndlor 4. M. Chandler IS. I. Mike Chandler, took o-i n
1 of first place with a 64-53 win over Jim Lewis led the Diehards with 18points Jackson with 13. Ken Life led the Cliondlot Chandlor'' .10... I. II I. t, O. Jocfcun I. I. Dovli 14, H. charge to the tune olXI -:Igr. ,

the Hawks last Friday night and now Jimmy Thomas had 11, and losers with 27 while Alterman added TlLIGIiAPN((14)t) Cubbodgo .. Oroudoni 17, H.'..4, points in Jackson'II:,.-JCtd
must just survive its last three games Richard Gaines had 9 as that team Colling.1. Building! Supply's big r_ .-nij
against the Diehards Telegraph, and won a hotly-contested game that went' 12.The Diehards rolled past St. Edwards ,.101.,'.......,.! win over the llawkifi! (I/o; '

St. Edwards to wrap up the league title down to the wire. Calvin Spain and 92-64 with 9 players sharing the Ko.hl.r mtCHAPH 2. Omv.((44)1...'..Cubb.dg.. ... ...,.e ..'h''.,..7, _'".11 II. In Starke Men'sBasketball .... ': .
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Also Friday the Diehards grabbed Mark Graudons swished through 20 chipped in 16, Jimmy Thomas 14, and Thp 6-1 forward hit.y,.
JACKSONt ((44)1) WMI 34 jocbun |4. D"II. SlbloyI
third place by edging LWCI 58-57 and of his 24 points in the first half and Mark Mitchell and Gene Raulerson 12 Th.m.e7. on a variety of outside -".. ;<(1'
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the battle for the fifth spot by blastingSt. joined Bennett, Terry Hayes, and Darryl losers and Keith Walko added 18. Chandler.. *. II,. 10. O. Jockion 12, D.,,.4.OIIMADDS moves to the bucket:; .; -
Edwards 6444. The Hawks also had a balanced attack and canned 14 foul! '
Hilliard to dominate the boards as the ((91)1) lawll IS. tarry 4. HooLnon 4.
Curtis White drilled in 34 points, 14 as they fastbreaked past the ,... win.-
Telegraph built a 27-point lead and Thomni II Semen 4..0. t Mlrch.ll. shots in the big :.uJHe's
from the foul line, as Jackson's (now the win up Edwards. Telegraph 7134. Mike Chandler topped 1WCI ((17)1) II/. t, 0.",". t, '...,. IS. Ald......" 4. averaging 27.:1..111:
coasted to over
11.1)) controlled the fourth period in Cubbedge and Bennett both had 11 the winners with 16 and got scoring Knight, .14 P....,". 1, William.4, lu,"." I. points per If'agueI; .:

topping the Hawks (10.2)( .-The game points.while Jody Beggs and Darrell help from Leroy Davis and Harold STANDINGS game ';. ,- \*'
was nip-and-tuck for three period O'Neal led the losers with 19 and 14 Chandler with 14 each, and Early laeb..W!Building Supply 11.1 .:.. :
with the Hawks on top 13.12 after a Chandler with 10. Mark Graudons of H.wk. 10.] .:. \
period and 29-27 at halftime. A Bruce points respectively the Telegraph topped all scorers with IWCI Diehard ,7.' ;.:,....
Jackson made it 45-43 Jackson's after 17 and Steve Cubbedge added 9 in the Telegraph |.|.7 0SI. .:.JI.:.: Y.! .;
three periods and Jackson's took Slip-Sliding Away... losing cause. Edward!Church I.IIUAOINO .Af\ .1 ...: ,
charge in the final stanza. White hit a It was a night for slipping and Mo.d.,'......c.... SCOIIIUS ,. .: .' .::;' '! ..t
layup) on a pass from Sam Sibley to sliding Monday night-as the middle JACHSONS('7)i) Whllo U.Jockion II,Oyol ...HM.y' (by...,....7 gamal..minimum' ) 'rq ': (.1.. ..;
open the gap to 53.45 with 5:03: left and school floor was still wet from a BMS I. 11Cu/b) Whll.J.d.en.( ) 27' .. ..........
Jackson's hit its free throws down the dance over the weekend. LWCI (>ft) III* 27. Oafalnl 2. Spain 1. All.rmon 12, 2))K.n III*(IWCI) .22.2 .
White Nevertheless the favored teams Knight S, Frailly 1. 3))Jody.....(St. Id-ord.) 10 S "
win. were
stretch to Backing
Dirrall O'N..I St.Idwardi) 14 4 ':
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Jackson with 16 and Ronnie Thomas came out on top. In the closest gameof DIIHADDS(fli) The..... 14,Mltch.1I12. ..ul..... 12. 1))true.Jochian(Jockionl) > J.
with 7 for the winners while the the night Jackson's Building Supply tarnoit 11. GIll... 2. lowli 7. lorry 22. W.mach 4. 4))D.....tarry(Dlahardi) .14 I '
Hawks had D. Jackson with 12, Chris held off LWCI 67-59 as Curtis White Monkocfc tIT 7))Ch.l.Ch..dl.,(H..k.) 147 ..100.. 't '' *.**! ., !
IOWA O t4)i( ) O'N..I Million 4 >.11"' 14 I)Mark G..v......(Tolegreph) 140 ,
Chandler and Ray'mone Blye with 10. dropped in,32 points and got help from Wolko 11. Aihllno I. trgn.nl 1, loll J. ...101011.Dy.'(J..I. ) ". ',=.. A

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Dixie Youth Registration On VRfA' .. IEAGLEI. On sateThursday, Friday ;: ;.

Starke.Springtime is coming and so is Softball and baseball season in the City of & Saturday! 1 :

Registration is underway for Dixie Youth Baseball and continues through + CHS
March 12, which is the deadline for signups. Players can be signed up at the ) '
Old Armory from 8:30: a.m. to noon and 1 to 5:30 p.m. or at Pratt St. center savingsup 91 I
from 3 to 5 p.m. each weekday. U r I )t.
Dixie Youth Minor is for boys and girls ages 8-10, Dixie Youth Major is for r
11-12 year olds, and Dixie Boys is for 13-14 year olds with age determining date to 52% :ieln
August 1, 1982. I
There is no charge for the league but players must supply there own glove %
and either tennis shoes or rubber cleats. Also a copy of each player's birth :.ni
certificate must be turned in at registration.

Adult Softball Meetings Set : peG 9 4 F p OtVS i .111 ICi Vii:

the Organizational Old Armory: meetings for city league Softball have been set as follows at $15 to $17 VALUES ;; .?:.-.

Monday, Feb. 22: 6:30: p.m. Women's Church League and 7:00: p.m. FAMOUS MAKER 1 l"I
Women's Open League. ; C::.
Tuesday, Feb. 23: 6:30: p.m. Women's City League and 7:15: p.m. Men's City -=ua.I JEANS FOR MEN, /

A manager or coach from each team MUST be at the meetings. If a .
representative of a team cannon attend they should call the Rec. Office by Our best-selling styles In +
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chlorinating agent) gas tank, it cleans. famous Delta quality! frost bulbs. 2-pacK. ,sHt ti oQollup
... a good report from St. John's Community College baseball coach I Ill 1, W t
Bill Tindle: Starke's own Bill Goodge has put himself "head and shoulders" Polaroid t 1 2HT OM
above the other catchers at SJCC in preseason workouts and will start one I J JHr O FAQ
game Thursday, Feb. 18, as the Vikings open their baseball season against the .ilt1 I t I ITA auqI.
first-year team at Santa Fe Community College of Gainesville. The first I Lloyd's | P,I, ,, t 8., 0H
game of the doubleheader Is set to start at 1 p.m. at Santa Fe. / i' o t t l0 1sp
"Bill has really come along he's I. a !r"J: ?1 eh
doing a super job, Tindle said by phone (
Tuesday. "I'd definitely say he's our number one catcher right now/1 i I nn t 1 Yn0
Asked what Goodge is doing well Tindle answered "Well I'll tell you what, l .rll
he's doing everything about as well as you could ask a catcher to do. He's been /)+Sa7ef .... I I i l QOLD Ilf 4 / 1","' p isdt fi nobu
hitting the ball well recently and he's .:., "';-' .' bnofSIJ.
throwing real well. And he's got good I i + ,
speed, you just don't get that in too many catchers. We're extemely pleasedwith qc.l i-JU UI3UC1nciDca OQ i rmt ; n l: s p sod
him." p p p g 0 I. ( fill IINYt fit t. nW bnr non

Thursday's game will be a sort of reunion for Goodge, since Santa Fe's E3UDOf ;; >.n
2.-' Ys Ito
roster includes former Keystone Heights pitchers Clark Stovall and Grady _ .11 min) n 'mo
Bostic plus a slew of players from the Gainesville schools. f"OlAHOiO ""t .lm l rw. ,,, .lob:>>
Also upcoming St. Johns hosts Santa Fe for a doubleheader in Palatka l .1 IM ,lob
Saturday, Feb. 20, and hosts FJC of Jacksonville
next Thursday. Feb. 25, for a 1: sub
single game starting at 3 p.m... saved nun Mill M i I 1 i | | Mm Hi n II saver o sAr

Umpire's Meeting. Tennis Opener Coming Up... 5. 87 Q88 366 -f 88H 25$5 V Q f ;,J m r

A meeting for all persons interested in umpiring games in the Starke youth WAS 6.47\ y WASJ2. WERE.2.27 3PKPoly484 tLJP VALUES ,,i.
baseball or adult Softball leagues will be held Monday night, March 1, startingat WERE 2JS.94 TQAW PO' DI

Anybody wishing to umpire this year should attend the meeting. If you can't'' FILM. TYPE 108 WITH CASE POCKET RADIO BATTERIES PANTIES 3.PK PULLOVERS ,

make i it. call the Rec. Department ((964-6792) to let them know... Make 8 3'.x4'Credit card size 8 Solid state, handy carry 2pk. 'C' or 'D' or 9- Acetate elastic legs In T- 'POly/cOltonS84; l Poly/cotton solids. A?
prints In glorious color! digits w/full memory. strap earphone. volt by Evereadyt white, asst. colors.WERE to XL.
...Tennis season at Bradford High starts next Thursday, Feb. 25, as the Tornado .. ': ntWINTUK ,
boys and girls teams play host to Gainesville Easlside for a 3:30 p.m. ......,......, .
match... solids with ,;;'
flannel back J//1/1l1/l1.'J gaome1lrregs. mI
...Bradford High's Chub Johnson the best player on what was probably the .
best BHS tennis team ever, opened his sophomore season at Florida Junior ': : i! .... :

College of Jacksonville with an individual and team victory two weekendsago. : :itn
Playing number two.doubles Chub and his partner won &-2, 7-5 to help YOUR + t JuI ;AI
FJC to a 7.2 team win over the University West Florida, a 4-year school. At CHOICE L I' .1)1

last check FJC was 3-2 as a team and Chub la doing well in doubles with a 4-1 .. ''''
mark.. : '(t'Wol'

FJC plays many 4-year schools In its 32-match schedule, as a matter of fact fTl Afrin Nasal Spray .

the Stars lost to Florida Southern of Lakeland last week so Chub should get Jd t I 15ML WERE 2/4.72..................? /300 'et
plenty of exposure and could well get a tennis scholarship for his last 2 yearsHe's Corldlcln-D Tablets I '111
-of college. 24 ct. WERE 215.04'1:: A
still big on Softball but he's the tennis :

obviously tough on court as well. Vicki
He's planning to work into the FJC Formula 44-D Cough 2/500 i ,"I
singles lineup as well as doubles The Stars. $ave'22% save Leather-likef save 1.05 Mixture 6 oz. WERE 788......... 1
play Armstrong St. at home today, Thursday, Feb 18... !
Vicki Headway Tablets :77

TABLECLOTHS 20 Ct. WERE,)4.T/.........._......... 2/300.f I .
...One of the players BUS basketball coach Mike Sexton: was counting on 244 9 9 1197 283 Prell)) Liquid Shampoo 00 :l r

most this year W forward Ben Tankard is still playing ball and doing quite WAS .27' 52x52" 294 | .3.88 7 oz. WERE J.77V..............,........., 1 '0 M H
well. He moved to the Tallahassee area and Is one of the top players on a small UP'T0,3.4TTRASH SIze PRICE Close-up Toothpaste 8.4 ox. 111
class A school, Chattahoochee, which has been In and around the Mint ...._ 100
hovering CANKNITTING OR 52x70" MEN'S VINYL FOAM-LINED Reg. or WERE. ......... t
state rankings in that
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SINK MT ARM CAS A WEDGIES Bufferln Extra Strength Tablets .'
20 pd. plastic can or .SOCKn. at. 62x90" ISHOES Soft 30 cl. WERE J.69......................... 100
...The Starke Gator QB Club banquet Is tonight Thursday Feb. 18, at the drain... color.. From or60"round 484 Slip-on vinyl upper on .
DuPont. Gillette Atra '
Country Club... crap aotaa. 712. rope pUHorrn. 510. Cartridge* 23po.
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Convenient Your Levi Headquarters .

... Coach Sexton continues to get praise from his peers despite this winless 225 Locations F Men's 1st Quality! Levies. Reg. 18.88 NOWONLV'12'1 These Items At
campaign. Palatka coach John Baxter: said after his team blew the Tornadoesout ;;
"It's a shame the way this year has been because Mike's such a good to serve you! Boys 1st Quality Levies Reg. 14.88 NOWONLY Your Starke'A
coach. If he had the players he was counting on he'd be tough this year I'll tell '
Open datty. 'W 9. Sunday rs! s. Preston 1 Gal. Reg. 4.58 NOW DIlLY ; ant
you if he had the talent some of these teams we've faced had... I'd hate to play 3"S ,
'" We reserve the right to Kmtt quantWeel 1 tore Only
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18, \mi) TKLEttllAPII Page. i IA

: till ChasingVictory I, BHS Girls ((126)1i) : for 5-AAA TitleThe t.

I Lady Ttarnadoes of Bradford will play Gainesville Eastside in the Oak, says her team at least has a shot

High took care f f the school record for first round of the District 5-AAA girls at winning the title "If we play g<*Mj 1

wins_ with a"",,' -38 victory over Live tourney at Gainesville High Thursday ball we'll be right in there You know

I Oak last weekend Now they have night, Feb. 18. That game will be at Gainesville High (the tourney' top- i

late-ranked Gainesville Eastside .-. I they're sights set on an achievementthat 8:30: and should Bradford win there seed) got beat by Buchholz and we "::

d Jacksonville Bolles both eased by __ ,, might be even more difficult to the girls would play again at 8:30: FrIday lost in overtime to Santa Fe

I S last week to keep the Tornado come by: the school's first girls night Feb. 19, against Santa .'e. ((2nd.seed). If we shoot free tluows :

j-sity and JV winless heading into ... District championship. The championship contest is set for 8 well think we could lie alright" :;

| final weekend of the season. The Lady Tornadoes, who finished p.m, Saturday night. BUS girls teams are just 1-5 in
riday night the Tornadoes host r their regular season 12-6 under Coach Lee, who had her girls working District tournament play in Ihe pas' 5

\ Ichua Santa Fe with the JV contest Gayle Lee, the best mark since girls hard on foul shooting after watching >'ears. ,

ping off at 6:30: and the varsity at r--W basketball resumed at BuS in 1976 (them miss 25 of 37 In the win over Live Against Live Oak (the BItS girls

1 Jpo. Then in the Saturday, Feb. 20, came on strong in the fourth period to
. Bradford break open a close game. Trailing
pale goes against North '
1 arion's Colts with the same starting r; VRNh& ', ,, Sports Calendar 34-31 heading into the final perfod

I -ties.'at the BHS gym. Both varsity Bradford outscored the visitors 11-4 to

id JV squads have hopes of gaining 3 : Thursday Fen IH- gain the win. Hope Jackson popped in

tory number one against North : Gator QB Club 23 points to push her average lo 21.4 ..;
. arion. : L Country Club(7UO( :: ) and Tracy Hankerson added 11 I lo hike '

|For the varsity Kevin Howe was ; FrIday, Keb. l 111- her scoring average to 8.0 Vonda Kay .

a bright in last week's -"' ..-,- '.'- ... Hall chiDDcd in .. I
pin spot -re.Ie reat "IIS JV aild V. basketball ((6:30-8): !! .our. ."
gses. The 6-6 senior dropped in 4-of-6 BHS baseball at Keystone Heights (3:00))
lots =to score 10 in the 67-54 BUS .
wrestlers at State, "'t.Iyt'FS: '
Bss against Bolles after hitting 7-of-ll fRI Floriland Realty

lies for 14 points in the 86-44 defeat atastside. Saturday, Feb. 20- '

He also totaled 18 rebounds Keystone at BUS baseball (1:00): ) -, Phone 964-7700, i
fi the* two games, leading BHS both North Marion at BUS JV and ii
V. basketball, (IbJH) 393 N.
[mes out "Kevin's been doing a hecka Looking for a Win Maybe... .'inals of State wrestling. Ft. Mjer Temple Avenue Starke Fl.

{ job," said BHS Coach Mike Sex- Tornado freshman Robert Bellamy and Coach Mike Sexton could be looking/ .
for the secret to Ictory. They hope to find it this weekend as BUS hosts Santa Tuesday Feb. i:\.-
J Carter was the big\ gun fe Friday and North Marion Saturday in the final regular season tontests.: BIIS versus Holies at I'alatka baseball tourney ( I :oo) )) 3 BR, C, heat & air fireplace, large building ideal for
Bolles in
(against sticking 15 points on workshop also land for gardening

1 of-8 shooting from both the field andJhe Wednesday Feb. 21- 3 BR, plus S acres Ideal for family. willIng .
foul line. But the visitors, who are out in defeat in the 59-48 loss against close in the second half A layup by St. Augustine at ItllS weiKhlhrtinK U..IO:: )) to do some financing. growing owner .

11-3 with 16 wins in a row, used Bolles. Chandler canned 20 points and John David Francis cut the margin to I ac. for trailer, has pole septic and well.

|5-of-19 foul shooting to offset a slug- had 6 rebounds while Marshall had 14 55-44 with 1:42: left, a follow-up by Thursday, .....b. 23BIIS : -- For Rent nice brick home on lake $450 mo. ..

cish night and come out on top points and 7 rebounds.The Johnson made it 55-46 at the 1'07: at hOJ's ))j ,trld basketball tourney Evening! Pleale Call :;

[ For the JV forwards Daren JV's were down 41.20 at the half mark, and a tip-in by Marshall cut (the Lastside at ItllS boys & girls tennis 1:1:1111: :: ) Vernle Odom. Broker :1

handler and Steve Marshall stood but rallied back (to make the game lead to 55-48 with ::39 seconds to !go> 1'alatka baseball tourney ('olltIIlU..IoOO GRI, Phone 964.5476. .1

J.R. Kelly. Associate

f jegal Notices ....-.:a..... ......... ..... _.... O ''OoO'C>' 'JO :-

NOIjiCE OF INTENTION UNITED STATES DISTRICT Southerly boundary IN THE MATTER OF THE Ing at a concrete monument '. DINANCE NUMBER 76.2 teenth Fourteenth Fiftetnlh Show Cause has been torney for the Twentieth BOND FINANCE -

: TO REGISTER COURT MIDDLE DISTRICTOF thereof 39.45 feet, moreor ADOPTION OF marking the SE cor,. WHICH RELATES TO THE Sixteenth furnished by certIfiedU.S. Judicial Circuit P.O Room 453

FACTITIOUS NAME FLORIDA. JACKSON- less, to the Easterly ELIZABETH GRACE! ner of the NW 1/4 of the TRANSPORTATION OF Seventeeth, Eighteenth Mall to the Drawer D. Ft. Myers Larson Building

Pursuant to Section VILLE DIVISION boundary of Old Lowtey PAYNE, MELISSA ANN SW 1/4 of the SW l/4 at F GARBAGE AND REFUSEI Nineteenth, and Twen Honorable Curtis A Florida. 33902 this I 10th Tallahassee Florida ,

1865.99, Florida Statute., Court No BI-958.Clv.J.B Road, thence North I 0 PAYNE and CHARLES: Section 12. Township e I IN BRADFORD COUNTY tieth Judicial Circuits of Golden State Attorney day of February. 1982. 32302 ;

I notice It hereby given United States of degrees 01' East along ROY PAYNE, Petitioner: South, Range 22 East., FLORIDA AND AMEN Florida are hereby required for the First judicial Circuit THOMAS A. BEENCK ((904)448.7481Attorney ) I'

| thor the undersigned,'. America Plaintiff vs said Easterly boundary. JOHN HANSFORD thence North 197.2 feet; DING THE SCHEDULE OF to appear before P.S. Box 12726, Pen for Plaintiff, 2 18 3tchg I '4Real
IA.R.: HAYES and HALPIIBRYJkN. Norman C. Dague and 600 ft. thence North 89 PAYNE. thence East 119 4 feet: FEES AND CHARGES this court In the sacola Florida 32575: DIVISION OF

I |olnl ownert. Jacqueline N. Dague, his degrees 39' East, 300 NOTICETO thence South t degree 2!1 TO: ALL CITIZENS Chambers of the under Honorable Donald S. .

I dolrig butlnest under the< wife et ol.. Defendants feet to POB From POB : ROBERT L, SAYRE, feet East .3".56 feet tan > TAXPAYERS AND OTHER signed Circuit Judge at! Modesilt, State Attorney
flrnrnam ol BRADFORD
SECURITY; Intend. to Notice of Sale thus described continue address unknown.You iron pipe. Thence, INTERESTED PERSONS the Leon County Cour for the Second Judicial,

I register laid fictitious Notice It hereby given North 89 degrees 39' are notified that West 210 feet to an Iron i YOU,. AND EACH OF (thouse in Tallahassee Circuit P.O. Box t 1841

I narrte"! under the that pursuant to a Final East. 58.28 feet to the the above-named PetitIoner pipe, thence North 228.8, YOU ore hereby and Florida on the 26th day Tallahassee, Florida Estate Buys

aforesaid statute. Judgement entered on Westerly boundary of JOHN feet to the Point 01 herewith given notice of March 1982 at 10 00 32302, Honorable Jerry

Dpted this 27th day 01 January 22, 1982 by the the right of way of a HANSFORD PAYNE. hal: Beginning I that the Board of County o'clock A.M. and show M. Blair, State Attorney

January 1982 in Brad above entitled Court In street; thence North 7 filed a Petition In the PARCEL NO 1 contains Commissioners of Brad cause if any you have for the Third Judicial Circuit (;ft lln niott foronr Inirtl

lord-County.; the above styled cause degrees 49' East, olong: above-styled Court for 1 38 acres more or less, ford County. Florida at a why the prayers of the P.O. Box 1546, Live

02/04 4tchg 0225IN the undersigned United said Westerly" boundary. the adoption of the PARCEL NO. 2 contain regularly scheduled Complaint filed in the Oak, Florida, 32060: ,'(IIIt,,," dollursg; tromulERR
States Marshal or any of 101.02' "et't tt' the' minor children named i In 1.62 acres more or less meeting to be held on above-styled casue Honorable T. Edward uj

THE fHE$ CIRCUIT COURTOF his duly authorized Southerly boundary 'of that Petition and you are IN ADDITION, Plaintiff,! Monday March 1. 1982 should not be grantedand Austin, Jr., State Attorney .

CIRCUIT.EIGHTH IN AND JUDICIAL FOR deputies will tell the the right of way of Don commanded to serve 0 has a lien on Defendants at 10.00 am In the the Notes and proceedings for the Fourth

BRADFORD\ COUNTY. property situate in Bradford no Street; thence South.,, copy of your written : mobile home, County Commission validated and Judicial, Circuit 600

FLO*IDA. County Florida. 89 degrees 39' West defenses if any on J. which is a 1971 Fleet Meeting Room. Bradford confirmed as therein Duval County Courthouse ;

CASE NO; 81-90-cp described as:: along lost aforesaid RANDALL HOOPER. Petitioner wood 24 x 60 I I.D. No County Courthouse prayed The Notes to be Jacksonville

IN iii: The estate of.ILLIAN A portion of the SE 1/4 Southerly boundary. 't attorney, whose 5KODS13719K and Starke Florida will con Issued by the Plaintiff, Florida. 32202 FRULKNERjRERLTY

:: CASEY, of SE 1/4 of Section 29, 71 .82 feet; thence South address is Post Office 5KODS13719V sider ,the adoption ol herein ore described as Honorable Gordon GOldham .

2 deceased Township 6 South Range 0 degrees 07' West 100 Drawer C Gainesville, at public sale, to the reasonable rules and follows:: Jr State At

:$$ NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION 22 East in the City ol feet to POB. Florida, on or before highest bidder for cash regulations to imple- $100000000 FLORIDA torney for the Fifth

Starke, Bradford County, at public outcry to the March 23 1982 and file at the front door of the ment and carry out the HOUSING FINANCE Judicial Circuit County '

Tt<$ ALL PERSONS HAVING Florida, and being more highest and best bidder the original with the Bradford County Courthouse provisions of Ordinance AGENCY. LOANS-TO Office, Building, 3rd 3G4-5OB5 m

: CLAIMS OR particularly described as for cosh at the hour of Clerk of this Court eIther In Starke Number 76.2 which LENDERS. MULTI.FAMILYCONSTRUCTION Floor P.O. Box 1086 .

DEMANDS AGAINST THE follows: For point of 12:00: o'clock noon on before service on Petitioner Florida at 11:00: a.m. on relatet to the transportation LOAN Tavares Florida 32778: "'f 1

ABOVE ESTATE AND AllOT reference commence at March 5, 1982. at the 't attorney or immediately''thereafter1. the 15th day of March of garbage and REVENUE NOTES. 19B2: Honorable James T -
>Ai PERSON. IN- the NW corner of said SE ,front 'door 'entrance ol : 1982 ., r.fie'jk'adfZrd; COunty ISSUE A (herein referred Russell. State Attorneyfor 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone

TERIjSTp IN THE ESTATE: 1/4 of SE 1/4 and run otherwise a default maybe ) GILBERT S. BROWNAS Florida.. and the to as the Notes') to the Sixth Judicial Cir OFFICE HOURS: _

You are her.by'nallfled Ad- thence South 87 degree Courthouse the Bradford at Count Storke), entered against you CLERK OF SAID Board will further con- finance multi.family rental mit 416 Pinellas County Monday Friday 5 Saturday 9- 12 noon

that the 18' East along the Nor. for the relief demandedIn COURTBy sider a change in the housing projects in Courthouse Clearwater,
of the Florida doted
mintttratlon Estateof January
therly boundary therof. a the petition. : Beulah Moody fees and charges made each of the sixty-sever Florida 33SI8
CASEY 18 1982
JULIAN distance of 25.04 feet to WITNESS my hand and Deputy Clerk for using such facilities counties in the State ol Honorable Stephen *$IOOO PER ACRE Approx. 100 acres Owner Financing.
Deceased. Probate File Michael E. Romanczuk,
the Easterly boundary of seal of the Court at 2/18 2tchg 2/25 EACH AND EVERY PER Florida as more fully Lewis Boyle. State Attorney *I1 % ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE Nice three bedroom I 1'/.
NoSI-90-CP.:trie Circuit Court pendingIn of the right of-way of Ep United States MoriThalMiddle Starke Bradford County SON having any interest described in the resolu. for the Seventh bath, brick home. Fireplace in family room low $40 s.

Bradford County person Street; run District of Florida this 9 day ol IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF whatever in the enact tion of the Governor and Judicial CircuIt. Cour TWO RENTAL UNITS Owner Financing available. Con -

Florida!;: Probate Divltionf thence South 0 degrees Florida. February 1982.GILBERT THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL ment of this proposed ordmancer Cabinet of Florida (the thouse Annex, Room venient to center of town..S13,200HANDYMAN .
the address of 30' East along said Ernst D. Mueller S. BROWN CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR should appear Resolution) as the 302. I2S E Orange SPECIAL. Throe bedroom. one

whidti It Starke, Florida Easterly boundary a Assistant United States Clerk of the BRADFORD COUNTY and be heard at the time governing board of the Avenue, Daytona Beach, bath. Terms available.

32091. The name and ad. distance of 335 feet to Attorney Attorney for Circuit Court FLORIDA. and place herein Division of Bond Finance Florida 32014 *9'/.% ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE Approximately 2.000sq

dresf of 0 the Personal point of beginning From Plaintiff. BY: Beulah MoodyAs Case No. 81-540 prescribed of the Stole of Florida Honorable Eugene T ft. floor space. Recently remodeled Concrete blockon I

Rep .senttlv.'s At. point of beginning thus 1/28-2/18 ,41 chg Deputy Clerk DIVISION OF FORESTRY BOARD OF CITY COM Deportment of General Whitworth Stale At one acre.SOUTHGATE. _

torn y I. a. .et, forth described continue South .- .. '. 2/18-3/11 CREDIT UNION PlaintIff. MISSIONERSBRADFORD Services (the "Division") torney for the Eighth Corner lot. Nice three bedroom. I' both

belclal 0 degree 30' East 0- vt DALLAS R, COUNTY. which, Resolution dated Judicial Circuit. P,O. Box home. Fireplace. Fenced yard. 7
A persons having distance of 75 feet to a NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE CRAWFORD and KATIE L. FLORIDAGilbert January 5. 1982 and annexed 1 1437 Gainesville HOME AND ACREAGE Hwy 301 North. Pecan treeS.

is or-d mand. point, run thence North SALE Pursuant to Chapter CRAWFORD, hit wife S. Brown, Clerk to the Complaint Florida 32602 same timber and pasture.

ago at the Itateqr. r.. 89 degrees 30' East a 274. Florida Statutes the Defendants. 2/18 I Itchg as Plaintiffs' Exhibit 2, Honorable Robert Eagan LARGE TWO STORY home on three acres of land. I
qulr d WjI.VIIN THREE Notice Is hereby given District School Board of NOTICE OF ACTIONTO for the Assumable and own.r financing available
distance of 97.21 feet to authorizes the issuanceof State Attorney mortgage
MO THSRDM-THE that I, Dolph E. Reddl.h.a. Bradford County Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF -
0 point, run thence North sheriff of Bradford : DALLAS R. THE SECOND the Notes. The Resolution Ninth Judicial Circuit, FINANCING available on building lots In townHouses ,
public auc-
PUB CATI OF THIS 1 degree 10' West a County, Florida under tion on Saturday, CRAWFORD. Houston JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF provides that the P,O. Box 1673 Orlando and Apartments For Rent

NO E. wlh the distance of 75.01 feet to and by virtue of Writ of February 27. 1982 Texas. FLORIDA IN AND FOR Notes in on aggregate Florida. 32802 Property Management Services S
a point; run thence South YOU ARE HEREBY principal amount not to Honorable Quillian S. Appraisal
CI.r of $ bovourt Execution, to-wit beginning at 9.00 AM. LEON COUNTY '
a v I J S 89 degrees 30' West a Execution Issued out All be NOTIFIED that an auctionto FLORIDA. exceed one hundred Yancey State Attorney Susan M. Faulkner-REALTOR.964.5045 )II.

any t&i or\nonds ,distance of 96.35 feet to of County Court of Duval Inspected property at the may Operations foreclose a mortgageon Civil Action No 82-301 million dollars for the Tenth Judicial Cir, Irene L. Faulkner REALTOR.ASSOCIATE-964-SI42 .

th. hav.4 Each point of beginning. County Florida pursuant Center, 519 North that certain property DIVISION OF BOND ($100.000.000)) shall cuit, Hall of Justice Lucille Spry BROKER SALESMAN.964.8420

clal ,W1t be Iwriting I at public outcry to thehlghe.t to a Final Judgement for Street, West, located In Bradford FINANCE of the DEPART. bear interest at such rate' BuildIng. P.O. Box 1309, '- r'
and 't"us't ndice the and best bidder State Wide Collection Orange County. Florida. and MENT OF GENERAL SER. or rates, shall be dated Barlow Florida, 33803
) the
bail for f 2 clqlm.I the, for cash at. the hour ofT Corp., of Jacksonville, Starke, between more particularly VICES of the STATE OF and shall mature on such Honorable Janet Reno Come See Us.
A.M. and
hours of 9:00
nan ,lInd' dr..rol tb.Cre .' % OO o'clock noon on Florida, and against : described as follows:: FLORIDA, o public body date and in such years State Attorney for the We've Changed Our Name
oilsogent or March 5. 1982 at front Wardell A. Smith, defen 3.00 P.M. on Friday The West half (W 1/2)) Plaintiff, and amounts as shall be Eleventh Judicial Court, But Not Our Service r
aft ':ey, ond the door entrance of the dant. In the amount of February 26 1982. of the following property corporate. vs. provided by subsequent Justice Building. Room
A of all surplus
am ntflalmed.: If Jheclal Bradford County Courthouse 1560.24 together withco.t. listing : Begin at the the several resolution of the Division 600. 1351 N W 12th St..
snot,. yet du. the of collection. property will be given to Southeast of Lot Taxpayers,
at Storke. corner to Miami, Florida 33125,
dateHvhenltwill become Hove seized and haveIn each prospective buyer 60 of Sec. Property Owners and adopted on or prior Country CLub 3 bedrooms 2 baths fireplace, choose ,
Florida. Honorable James A.
the sale of the Notes.
I due lUholl If my possession the Equipment Citizens thereof. including' carpet now! $72,500.
.be.'Stated Doted. January 27, upon request. lion 13, Township 5 The Notes may be Issued Gardner. State Attorneyfor your
described Nonresidents 1
the )aim Is following personal furniture and
contlgent on i
South 22 East
1982.. in the form the Twelfth JudcialCircuit
unliquidated, the nature property to.wit: materials will be sold on and West 832 feet owning property or subject substantially Beautiful Stan fireplace complimenting the huge great I
Michael E. Romanczuk run 2078 Main Street
in the trust Indenture ,
of tije uncertainty claimant 1977 Pontiac Sunbird public auction. There It to taxation therein, provided roam In this 3 BR, 21. both home. Has just about _
United States Marshall beginning corner; thencerun be Sarasota. Florida 33577
and shall
shall deliver tuffI !. Two Door for sole one vehicle a and All Others having or : everything Including S beautiful acres. $89,SOO.
Middle District of Florida VIN NO.2M27V72311017. West 208 feet to a to other terms Honorable E. J. Salcmes
I subject
clenf copies of the claimto 1956. Ford School But. claiming any right, titleor ,
Ernst D. Mueller point, thence run East and conditions provided State Attorney for the
ttje Clerk enable Interest In as I
2/18 2tchg 2/25 property to Country Gentleman 4 bedrooms I 2 baths, fireplace
Assistant United States At the the 208 feet to a point; Thirteenth Judicial Cir
the property of in the other
Clerk, to mail one be affected by the issuanCe double 10 acres of land $80,000. I
I cope to the Personal Attorney above named defendantand IN THE CIRCUIT COURT thence' run South 208 of the Notes agreements. Said I Indenture cuit. County Courthouse garage.

| Representative.. Attorney for Plaintiff that on Monday the FOR BRADFORD COUNTY feet' to the beginningcorner. described In the Complaint and said Annex, 5th Floor Tampa a
With confidence we offer 3 BR's, I'baths, equipped kit-
AI{ persons Interested 2/4 4tchfl 3/25 22nd day of February. FLORIDA CIVIL AC and All Others to agreements were incorporated Florida 33602: -a
chen. nice $33.500.
I in th- Estate to whom a UNITED STATES DISTRICT 1982 at one o'clock P,M. TION. has been filed against be affected in by reference' into Honorable James Paul very
I this Notice of Ad- on saId day on the in the above.styled any way
cop/ol Case No. 82.9SOUTHERN you the Resolution. The Appleman Stale At.
Retirement home 2 bedrooms
of the Bradford huge closets paved
I mlniftratlon hat been premises DISCOUNT court and you are required Notes shall be issued torney for the Four
Jail Yard. I will streets, $32,500.Southgate .
I malted are required DIVISON. County COMPANY. Plaintiff vs. to serve a copy of FLORIDA HOUSING pursuant to the provisions teenth Judicial Circuit
I offer for tale and tell to
WITHIN THREE MONTHS CHARLES W. MARSHALL. your answer and written of the Florida P.O. Box 385, Marianna
I FRO* THE DATE OFTHE United Slot of the highest bidder for and MYRL MARSHALL defense, if any to It on FINANCE AGENCY. SID- 2 wooded building lOll nice area both for
SR. Finance Florida 32446.
America. Plaintiff, vs. ash: In hand the abovedescribed lOANS'TOLENDERS.MULTIFAMILY Housing AgencyAct 12000.
Clara Mae Sharpe, of and COMMUNITY CON. (Chapter 420 Port Honorable David H. !
THISNOTICE, to file any property STATE BANK OF STARKE. law firm of Ervin, Vorn. Florida Statutes, Bludworth State Attorney
(objections Florida Bank at Starke; laid defendant to satisfy STRUCTION LOAN esient Read building lots 4 to choose from $".500 each.
they may Jacobs Odom and
Defendants. Kit- ((1982)) ) and the State for the Fifteenth
|have that the and General Motors Acceptance the aforesaid Execution REVENUE NOTES. 1982 I
challenges NOTICE OF SALE ch.n. Attorneys for Bond Act 215. Judicial CircuIt. P.O. Box
4 Dolph E. Reddish, ISSUE A. '
I validity of the decedent's Corporation. 'laintiff. whose address Bessent Reed 1 /. acre tracts of land with owner terms
*- NOTICE It hereby 2905. West Palm Beach
I Will;the qualification of Defendants. Sheriff of ORDER Statutes ((1982)) ) $4.250 each.SR 3
I the personal RepresenItotlvp Court No. 81.116.Clv.J.B Bradford County given that. pursuant to I. Post Office Drawer NOTICE TO: STATE OF The Clerk of this Courtis Florida 33402 \
the Final Judgment 1170. Tallahassee Honorable Kirk C.
Florida directed to
cause a
or the venue or NOTICE OF SALE flORIDA AND THE U building lots e.9SO. -
Jurisdiction of tRe Court. Notice It hereby given .>>l-284tchg02-l8 entered In cause Florida 32302 and file SEVERAL TAXPAYERS.. copy of this Order, to bepubll.hed Zuelch State Attorneyfor
numbered 82.9, In the the original with the each the Sixteenth Judicial
AL CLAIMS. that pursuant to p Final PROPERTY OWNERS AND one Lake lots available on Sampson t Crosby lakes.
[DEMANDS AND OBJEC. Judgement entered on NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Circuit Court ol Bradford 'Clerk of the above-styled CITIZENS THEREOF INCLUDING week for three ((3)) consecutive Circuit 302 Fleming 3
REGISTER Florida. I will'Court on or before the 26 ASSOCIATES
TIOpS NOT SO FILED December 21. 1981 by County, weeks commencing Street Key West.
I Wilt BE FOREVER BAR. the above entitled CourtIn FICTITIOUS NAME tell the property situatedIn 'day of March, 1982: NONRESIDENTS OWN. with the first Florida. 33040: Terry A. Galnes-7I2-39M Kay C.Waters-964 I J
Pursuant to Section Bradford County otherwise a (udgment ING PROPERTY publication which shall Honorable Michael J.Sat. Linda W. John.64.6097' Bobby Smlth-' 4-7694 ,

REDDin OF' THE FIRSTPUBICATIO the above ttyled 865.09, Florida Statutes Florida.. described as1 'may be entered against JECT TO TAXATION OR SUB- not be less than twenty ., State Attorney for Eileen Stanley-473-3065 Ann W. Godwln-964-5(59 -:.- .

OF ,THE cause the undersigned notice It hereby given PARCEL NO. :.Beginning -.'ou for the relief THEREIN AND ALL ((20)) days prior to the the Seventeenth Judicial Patsy. law.on-9U.6927 Norman Heddlng.9U-5966
marshal that
United States the
or undersigned
NOtiCE :OF AD. at a concrete monument .demanded In the Complaint OTHERS date set for the said Circuit, 600 Broword Philip; W.Clark "REALTOR l
IMINISTRATIONIFebiJ of hit duly authorii- A.R. HAYES and RALPH HAVING OR
any .
marking the SE corner I for Foreclosure innewspapers Courthouse. Ft.
herein County
hearing '
| doing business under the TITLE OR INTEREST
In Brad. IN
1 Executed this 28th day property SW 1/4 of Section 12. I.cal of ,this Court on the In 33301 Honorable
lot 1962. ford County, Florida firm name of BRADFORD PROPERTY TO BE AF. circulation published ; -rf21.
January Debra A.D..Green described at: SECURITY Intends to Township 8 South. Range I 15 day of February 1982. FECTED BY THE IS. each of the sixty-seven Douglas L, Cheshire, Jr., :

I Personal::! RepresentativeS Faye A parcel of land lying register said fictitious 22 East Bradford COUth GILBERT S. BROWN SUANCE OF THE NOTES ((67)) counties in the State State Attorney for the J
Clerk of
.s said
Florida thence North' Circuit .
ty. ; Judicial Circuit
under of Florida. Eighteenth
i Lillian Ca..,. 1/4 of Section 22, aforesaid statute. 88 degrees 15' West ALL OTHERS TO BE AFFECTED DONE AND ORDEREDIn Brevard County
Dated this 27th day of along the South line of By: Beulah Moody Chambers ot'''Courthouse.. 400 S.
S .
Deceased.Vay&eM. IN
: Township 6 South, Range ANY WAY U.S. 301 South near Bradford Square 964-5231
Carroll 22 East. Bradford Coun. January 1983. In Bradford the NW 1/4 of the SW 14a Deputy Clerk THEREBY: Tollahasse, Leon County Street Titutville Florida

193 Northwest Itt ty Florida; sold parcel County. distance of 377.S feet. :: /I84tchg3/I1 You and each of you Florida this 10th day of 32780.: Honorable RobertE. :
veRueokSutIer. 02/11 4tchg 03/04 Thence North 122 feet/ 1982. Stone, State Attorneyfor AMERICA'S "
February NUMBER 1
being more particularly, 'I OTICE OF INTENT TO and the State of Florida.
thence North 80 degree. '
FIG Donald O. Hartwell the Nineteenth
described at follows:: through the State Attorneys TOP SELLER
XWJ962802Mtojney 31' East 18267 feet '.'
; Circuit Judge Judicial Circuit f.O. .
the for the First Se
Commence -
thence South 197.2
For CER1IFICATE OF SERVICEI Drawer 4401, Ft. Pierce.
Southwest of saidSection 'cond. Third .
corner Fourth.
f ervpnal" Representative 22 and JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN to the Point of Beglnn- {I ULES AND, REGUIA- Fifth Sixth., Seventh I HEREBY CERTIFY that Florida 33454; c---, 11 .... ......C.' ._I..........._fe,'II N.", _d'M
1 03/04 41chQ 02/25 AND FOR BRADFORD Ing. 1 IONS TO IMPLEMENT Honorable Joseph P. fr.d.w5. .. C..ew'p It .... 5,5w. C.. *nm... .I_" In U 1 5.
I Easterly. along the' Eighth. Ninth. Tenth. a true and correct copy ACM OFFICI
.CASE NO. 82.3 PARCEL NO. 2: Beginn-I ROVISIONS OF Oft- Eleventh. Twelfth Thir of the foregoing Order to Alexandra, State At ....* H.yl... 0_......".


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i BHS Opens Baseball Season ; ;: i I

Bradford High gets its baseball season underway with a expect. It's interesting because you don't know But I
home-and-away series with neighboring Keystone Heights' think we're definitely capable of having another winning r w'S 7V/w (
Tornadoes to for a 3 season." l )
this weekend. The go Keystone p.m. M hF
game Friday, Feb. 19, and then host the Indians for the Hartley will find out in a hurry how competitive his

: BUS home opener at 1 p.m. Saturday Feb. 20. ballclub is as the Tornadoes face a tough February open-
\ With four .300 hitters gone and three-fourths of last ing week. They get Keystone, which went to the class 2A
staff depleted by graduation the Tornado final four last year, in a rematch for the home opener

I baseball team won't have an easy time of continuing in the Saturday, Feb. 20, at 1 p.m The Indians have won 20
V. footsteps of the record-setting 19-7 District champions of a games three years in a row but lost the major forces in

year ago. But heading into the 1982 season opener BHS that string pitchers Clark Stovall and Grady Bostic cat-

.. Coach Mike Hartley is optimistic. cher Jeff Stone, outfielder Kenny Jennings. and shortstop
"We have to prove we're as good as last year," the Sam Sibley to graduation. '
.' sixth-year coach said last week. "But I'm looking forward Starting Tuesday, Feb. 23, the Tornadoes will be mvolv- P'n.

to it It's a different situation than last year because we ed in the week-long Palatka Invitational baseball tourney .
have lot of expect. It's interesting because you don't know. But I 3A state tourney qualifier 3 years running), Bolles Ocala ,

think we're definitely capable of having another winning Forest (state tourney qualifier last year), and Orange

season." Park (a District champ last year). Bradford opens with 1F .
Bolles at 1 p.m. at Azalea Park in Palaika Tuesday.
With four .300 hitters gone and three-fourths of last ,q .'... '. ...;
year's pitching staff depleted by graduation the Tornado Allen is penciled in to start Friday & game on the moundfor K. 4 .,
baseball team won't have an easy time of continuing in the BHS with sophomore Richie Fender due to pitch Satur ? ... 1. ". ."COO. ..
footsteps of the record-setting 19-7 District champions of a day. Hartley said Allen will probably come against Bollesin :

year ago. But heading into the 1982 season opener at the tournamentgame./ BUS is in the same bracket as
Keystone Heights Friday, Feb. 19, at 3 p.m. BHS Coach Orange Park and Gainesville High School in the Invita- The IJesf Oldtimers Crew Put Together...

!Mike Hartley is optimistic. \ tional. Should the Tornadoes lose against Bolles they will The Oldtimers squad put together for last weekend's Reddish Keith Northrup. Kenny Clark. David Sparks, Bill :':

"We have to prove we're as good as last year" the play the OPk.-GIIS loser at 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb 25. If Oldtimers baseball game was without a doubt the brat yet ioiMlge, Chuck Johnson, and Truman Strong. Top row, I. '.
sixth-'earcoach said last week. "But I'm looking forwardto they win in the first round they'll play the OPk.-GHS win formed in the short history of the game. Little doubt they to r.. Ronnie Thomas, Richard Hall, Cleo Johnson Jimmy _: :.1

(it It's a different situation than last year because we ner at 5 p.m. Friday. The tourney finals are slated for came out on top by 11-0 and 9-7 scores. Prevail, Willie !McNeal Alvin Faison. Jeremiah Johnson,. ::

have a lot of question marks and don't really know what to Saturday night, Feb. 27. The Oldtimers were: bottom row. left to right. Tummy and manager James Fender. :>


I 'New-Look' Oldtimers Put It On Tornadoes 11-0, 9-7 in Baseball Warmup; !' .

What a difference a year makes.In put together in the three years of the Goodge has been busy with preseason Johnson was 2-of-7 with 4 runs out of years (that facet of the preseason the plate. Chaff was 2-of-3 with a dour

the last two years the Oldtimers game gave the 1982 Tornadoes a practice at St. John's Community Col- the leadoff slot and Alvin Faison was game sometimes resembled a com ble and Diggs 2-of-4 with a t triple and :-..
haven't given the Tornadoes that lesson in what experience can do for lege. And those 2 sluggers did the bulk l-for-2 with 2 walks, his hit being a edy of errors this year it was admirable RBIs to lead I the Tornadoes. Scott t

much trouble in the annual BHS you as they swept a doubleheader 11-0 of the damage. Clark was 3-of-6 for 2-RBI single. Northrup was steady as a Allen was 2-5 with a soft bunt single

Oldtimers games( ) that start the spr and 97."Man. the doubleheader, reaching base Also, unlike past years when rock behind the plate, Johnson at included in his day, John Bennett was ;- -
ing season. Last year it was 10-1 and that was like an all star team 8-of-9 times up, knocking in 5 RBIs, Oldtimers pitchers would struggle to third and Clark at shortstop let few 1.1 with a double deep to center and 2

1.0 in favor of the younger set. The out there," Tornado coach Mike and clouting a 3-run homer into the find the plate that must have seemedso balls past the left side, and the runs scored, Jason Polk 1-1, and Mike .

year before 6-3 for the Tornadoes. Hartley said after the twinbill. "Mostof bleachers of dead center to key the much bigger just a few years back Oldtimers even produced a Goodge-to Waters, Clayton Norman, and Robert _
But take guys like Kenny Clark, Bill the teams we play this year aren't win in game two. Goodge was 3-of-8 the older team's pitchers threw Clark-to Willie McNeal double play, Carver all 1-4 for BUS. .;.
Goodge, and Chuck Johnson out of going to have that kind of ballclub." and also had the game's two hardest- strikes. Especially Hall, who pitchedfor going from second-to short-to first. S N'1--

Tornado uniforms! and put them in the Unlike past years all the Oldtimers hit outs. He knocked in 4 runs in the St. John's last year. He tossed the The brightest for BUS was (the 0101.1",., 202 001 4 II *>'4Tornado. :-.

Oldtimers lineup, and add in a didn't have to drag their ;oats out of first game 2 on a booming triple to goosegg at BHS in the opener walk- fact they put (the spot bat on the ball. "We .. 000 000 0 041 .;:.
Richard (Hall from St. John's Com- the closet and wipe the dust off. Clark left field. ing just 2 batters and surrenderingonly made w. Hail'. I. Allan :;.
contact there that ,
pleasedme 3' Clark. OT
up Goodgo ( )
munity College here and a Keith Nor. has been practicing with the Tornadoes Hall was 3-of-6 with a double and 2 4 hits while keeping the ball in Hartley said. 110 222 6 7 2 ;:: ;:
( there and the hand is and will continue to do until RBIs and two that play ball for Oldllmon .
ilirup upper so guys play and letting his defense do the job. Sophomore first baseman Andy Tornado.! 022 100 7 7 'I I ':' '
reversed. departing March 15 for spring train the Lawtey Cubs in the summer also That was the other difference, the Chaff and catcher-outfielder W Goodgo. L* Norman.HP. .; .
Saturday the best Oldtimers group ing with the Atlanta Braves and showed sweet strokes. Jeremiah Oldtimers defense. Where in past Jimmy Clark (OT). ;:"
Diggs were particularlyeffective at 2". ChoH Jo ....." (Toll) CI. J.h..., (OT). ';;.'
.. -'... .
'. .

I. Tornado Wrestlers 11th in Region .1 Come/l to the 41111 WELS d Paul and Rod Crawford :::-. "

for JB (Registered, Licensed & Insured General Contractors)
With Billy Green and Michael pretty good tournament." grappler was nipped 6.4 by Pabone of Lenten Services \ nffl
Builders of commercial and home since
McDuffie both earning top 4 positionsto Three other BHS members, Bishop Moore. r I 6 UI
qualify for state the Tornado sophomores Brian Davis and Teddy .IG'ON' II W.UTLING Office next to Badcock Furniture 964-7891 or 782-3160 after 5

wrestling team scored 37 points to Bresee, and freshman Timmy Nugent TRAM ICOHEtl 1))luw.....(S4) 12..2))Ilihop. Moor You Got Cash or Your Own Financing Let Me Build -
(IM) 111 i. 3)) Kllilmmoo.Oacoola (K) 10 4)) CryttolMoor I
11th 25 teams at last also wrestled at Region without suc .
among (C.) '7. 6)) Tarpon Spring. (T) II, 6)) raokavlllo--
weekend's Region II wrestling cham cess, but all three have chances to Hornondo('14)) 70 7)) 0.1. ,.,..15. (. 1)) Galnoivlllo [ Your Home, Garage or add a Room. We Build Shell Homes<
pionships at t mid-Florida's Lake Mary return. High ((0)) 17.r) auchholi' (I) 40 I, 10)) Orlando Jo...((1)) On
High School. District champ Live OakSuwanneeheld 40. II) MAD'OID (INS) 17. Specials -- ,

The 11th the best local honor wejl by edging ,.. f
place showing was up INS INSULTS AND FINAL
for a BITS wrestling team in the last 3 Orlando Bishop Moore for the 10'. TOM PIIUCI (SNI) took till h. .plnnod Clayton A fnond .... boon daflnod c.ono who i I. ( Make that Old Home New with Stucco rFirepla.ces :- };
at Region. After finishing 15th Regional team title. With Kenny (Zophyrhllli. ) 1.11.10.... ...."'!(C.) US..pin Glunl(St. '' onlUnl. .opal. .hia luo on Iho.line for anotherpanon. >f rz. ;
tears Cloud), lea la Kuthnar(CMS) 10,. FINAL! Holmi' (en) 1" By thai dafljiilion, Jiaua Clout ItUw "
'ear the move to 11th marked Feagle ((130)), Larry Hart ((149)), and 7j
up .pin Smith (Sprlngitoad) 4il3.IM. .. boot fnond you'veovar hod Ho actually $1700 & ;;
( )
(the first time the Tornadoes had improved Donnie Allen ((224)) winning individual TIMMY NUCINT (INS) I.../. GI .o. (CD) 10'. gavt up. two Ufa to that you could liv*forovar f .j
their standing over the championships the Bulldogs scored FINALS ....Ich... (K) d... Mo'..(IM) '.$. Dunne!AnL coma and....,your bolt frond Sidewalks"r
previous year since the 1977-78 squad 128 points while Bishop Moore lastyear's II*. HUT GREEN (INS) look fourth h. ..'....01 and hoar what Ha haa dono for yow Wjff};?" :
'oachamp. (Lako Mary)11 IS. boat Loon((5.lu",'..) 14 0. Ctwlil EvlnOlllcal l Lutheran Church: 1 ._ 9JIa J .
3rd state with .
at co- champ :
Region. Naples, lad lo .... (K) i 6. boot William (foltlldo) 12.2. loll !; .
tinttn tertici Wadmtdiv T 10 pm ; '
IndividuallyMcDuffie was third in ended with 122.5. 'a ..100..(Int) 4 ,. FINALS Ivont(K) dot. Washington' Driveways Patios
Hourl" ,302" LL
-Crucial Plant "H :
(he 136-pound class while Green McDuffie, a junior, lost only to (Sew, 1.Ill (Milling ll Klytlo.nl lion'i Club r l "j. .. : :
claimed fourth at 116 to become the eventual Provost of MIAN' DAVIS(IMS)loll lo Paolo(OF)0-11.10"0 .i' Wllj .w ._... ..L...-M_
Region champ McKohnlo' ( )0-11.FINALS Paolo(OF)d..........(SI.Claud ". a!> mini ,H
first Tornado. wrestler for j. i i A y j i 0
to qualify Bishop Moore by a 7.4 count. The Tor- ) 7 I.
state three times in a career. Both nado ace, who enters State wit h a 20-3 130. FINAlSi, '... (Sum)doc. ".1",. (Cft) 11-7.
will go to Ft. Myers this weekend record won two decisions to get to the I'JoMICHAI1' MCDUFFII (INS.) look third h. boar
Calllni (Juno) 13 '. luiby(V) I I. loll lo"".0" (IM)
along with Coach Cole Childers and semifinals and after losing to Provost '.7. boal Savago(SI Cloud) II.'. FINALS ........ (IM) ,
assistant coach Danny Nugent, wherethe outfought Savage of St. Cloud ((17-1)) 01... Hamilton (OF) 12... Western Auto ,
best class AAA wrestlers inFlorida 11-9 for third 141- SASSY SAUCER(INS) look 9th. h. boal Hlrkman I!!
(Sprlngilaad) OT loll to McKonna(ISM)0., won b. IiPRED 1I-rIN@
will duel for state crowns. Green recorded a first period pin ,
d.l.ull ovor Nolian (Vanguard) loot la Orlrniloo
Tw o other BITS grapplers just miss- and then whitewashed Leon of Spr- ('0....) 2.10. FINALS, MclC.... (IM) .pin, Ttatiaa (T) Associate Store
ed qualifying for the Ft Myers trip. ingstead 14-0 to get (\0 the semi's. He I 1:4*. .
Tom Pierce and LarrySaucer both too lost lo eventual Region champ, 14*.. FINALS Hart (Sum) dal. Konnody (CP.) 0.IS -7 7a
TIDOY mill IHS Hulian K
( ) w. plnnad by ( )
!lied for 5lh in their weight classes. Evans of Kissimmee 9-6, but came 1.44. FINALS, Shank (T) d... Mondonon (lu) 11.2. .
"I was disappointed for Larry and back in the wrestlebacks to tangle 171- FINALS, ",.d.,((1)pin. Wright((1H) t.01.It .
Tom" Childers said. "When'ou'reso Williams of Gainesville Eastside 12-2 *. FINALS bight (t) 01... Hamilton ('14)) 4-3.
close like hate to miss 124- FINALS: Allan (Sow) .pin Poison (loitildo) S.IO. versarDelebraf y
they were you and clinch another state berth. In the ,*
UnlimitedFINALS! WMIen (CMS) .pin Irodlord ('14))
out un going to state. But we had a third place match the BHS' 4-year llll

I Sonics, Bullets Still Youth Basketball Leaders t1 i*

OC A ((3

Smallfry BasketballThe Padgort 2 .d.NUGGITS(26)M. with
season games Thursday, Feb 18,
.. ....
( | I. II.M. Cray 10.J. Io O.I.
Sonies suffered their first loss the Bullets are 14-1 to 7-8 for the
'1 1. K. Rhodon 0
of the year at the hands of the Knicks lyo Celtics and 6-9 for the Lakers. >< ** ** **'* ** *
l last 1 week but they're still way out in SNICKS ((43)1) W. Chondlor 41. lurlluh 4. M. Lono t. Levi Simmons, who averaged 35.5

front in Smallfry Basketball play for IhoHlold 4. points in the last 2 weeks, swished in ___ Jf. ,
OCKITt((57)11) .1. Jok...2'O Frond 2. (. Ouncon "- .
H-10 year olds. The league leaders 2. I. II,.11. 44 points to lead the Bullets to their = ./ --=--=. 1:...
came back to whip the Nuggets 43-29 victory .r*

Monday and are 12-1 heading into SOCKETS(Si) P Wodnoidoy.S Jo, ....20.lob O. ,10...eI.4. t. Duncan J..U"GUI.onco.u Glidden's FAMOUSLatex -
makeup gwmes with the season
en- 10. I. 01 1,. 6.NUGOITS. Tu..fob. 14
ding Monday, Feb. 22. ISi M Lana II. J. low.. 2.K. Ihod.n 1.
( ) CELTICS ((72)) C. Jocklon 17. T. Portia 14, I. tlmmonaII. BS
Harold Chandler had 16, Pedro W.Chondlor 11.KNICKJ I. Martin.. t. ...w.. 11.7tara den
Carter 11, and Reggie Sheffield 10 as ((65)1)i C. toblnioit 22. S. Mltcholl 10 I. JocklonII. Wall Paint y.
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Brooker NewsBy [ F'

C.E. "Sue" Davis out in the classrooms during the
Phone: 485-1344 school days: vwa. rF"1
Anna Barfield, Margaret Dyal, Sue
Churches Gainey, Sue Hodges, Lillian Mace,
With the combined efforts of the Linda Robinson and Karen Smith.
New River, Dedan and Brooker Baptist Each ladies was presented a flower in
churches, a Valentine banquetwas honor of the occasion.As .
held last Friday night for grades school came to a close last Friday r
seven through 12 at the Western for the weekend, all classrooms
Sizzler Steak House in Gainesville. enjoyed a Valentine party. Parents wu, 4 r t R.2b/ S1
During the evening several games arrived with the refreshments and the
were played and enjoyed by the group students exchanged Valentines.Last .
and devotional was presented. by the Friday, Feb. 12, the following
Rev. Jim Countryman. students took part in the speedball
The age group one through three of tournament that was held at the
the New River Baptist Church enjoyed Lawtey school./ Don McDavid Steve
a Valentine party in the Cauthero Junior Prescott, Tommy
classroom Sunday night. Anita Countryman Hamilton, Ronnie Seay, Harold ItLt't I
instructor, served cupcakesand Mayben, Kelly Dyal, SHerry Carter, ,
punch to the group before disban- Sarah Douglas, Lucille Foster Karen
ding for the evening services. Stokes, Stephanie Gainey, Terese I
The preschool students of Mrs. Polk, Laurie Calhon, Chris Wlnt-
Juanita enjoyed a puppet show on worth, Brian Kendrik, Craig Righam, 4
"Love" and the traditional Valentinetreat ANthony Wlntworth, Angie Starling, _
of punch and cookies at ''the Scott Douglas, Jeanna Andres, aA -

Brooker Baptist Church last.,.Sunday Denise Tetstone, Paul McDavid, San- Girl Scout Chain.
night. da green, Michelle Polk, Sabrina
Instructor Jeanette Moon reportedthe Starling, Tell White Kevin Starling, Local Girl Scouts chained together for a circle Saturday saw dolls from around the world brought by Shannon J
youth group of the Brooker and Mike Stilwell, Lorenzo Prescott Joy after a Thinking Day program that had the girls study Abrams and made and cooked mini-pizzas. _.
New River churches enjoyed a trip to Vellenga. and Greg Pardee. customs, food and dress from around the world. Also Julie Ferguson baked fortune cookies, complete
the hamburger stand and a skating The Brooker Elementary School Patsy Phillips brought films of a trip to Holland, the with the messages inside, and Lisa Tierney and her
party at the Skate Palace in would Ilk to thank Don and Sherry girl played a couple of games from foreign countries mother Diane brought, a "world cake."
Gainesville last Tuesday night. McDavid and Sam and Glenda Bailyfor
Brooker Elementary their help in helping Principal
The sixth grade of BES wishes to Paterson and Coach Ezzel install the
thank all who purchases M&M'candy basketball goals on the school Girl Scout News .; I
from them at their recentXale. The grounds last week. Paterson said the .

funds will go toward paying for a ban- school and community will get muchuse Bradford Union Girl Scout been busy this scout year. In October Cheryl Moss and Mary Looney. ideas from around the world about
quet to be held for the graduationclass from this equipment that was Leaders'have completed a six hour Sarah Loony, Cheryl Lynn Moss, ;
on Friday, May 28, at the donated to the school by the town baste leadership training course Brandee Moody April Dully and Kel- Junior Troop 55 from Hampton enjoyed girls the same age. ,
Turkey Creek restaurant in The K class of BES enjoyed a field which covered all areas of scouting. ly Griffis welcomed eight new girls into a skating trip to the Skating The neighborhood meet ing was well
Palace in Gainesville. There were 30 attended and enjoyed by the leaders;
Gainesville. to Gainesville ;
trip to visit several Nine leaders received the new the troop. The scouts had a small
An appreciation ws held at stores to see how they are operated. patch for training and a'certificate telling their about scouts and guests skated from 2 to 5 They learned new songs and games
BES Tuesday Feb. 9. honoring the for ceremony parents p.m. Leaders of that troop are Faye i with Field Director Nancy' Spikes
on Chaperons the trip were Mrs. Rick Sunday; Jan. 17. Nine other leaders the Brownie B's and singing some of
following parent volunteers who help Ezzel and Gail Cook. received credit for three hours and the songs they have learned. New Dailey and Faye Lackey. from Gainesville. Each cluster
1/" Cadette Troop 520 decorated Bradford shared food from other countries,
may complete the course at a later Brownies their
receiving pins were
for '
County Library Februarywith which was good.
date.The Cindy Welks Dee Dee Adkins, Mary Valentines. The scouts also very
I Middle School NewsArtist course was conducted by Thornton, Niki Moody, Stacie Thorn made heart cakes for the shut-ins on Speaking of good, Girl Scout t
Laurie Mullins and Carolyn Eaves at ton, Tammy Motley and Tracie Walnut St. Cookies will arrive in Starke next
of the week: Jody Brown dida habits. Every Wednesday the class the First United Methodist Church Khoden and Charmin Wiggins. week. If you failed to order a box or
mask using the paper mache pro will come to school dressed up girls Fellowship Hall: Earning the patch !n November Troop 301 went Senior.Troop 669! meet with the more please call your favorite scout.
cess, tempera paint, shellac and wear dresses, and boys wear pants were Faye Dailey, Betsy Hersey, skating and then out to McDonalds fora Cadettes for a Thinking Day celebration Cookies are $1.75 this year with the:
twine. and nice button-down shirts. Each Nancy' Odom, Patsy Phillips, Barbara Happy Meal and ice cream sundae. They enjoyed an oriental meal old favorites available plus a new
week the class votes on the two people Moseley, Andrea Abrams, The Brownies made turkey tray the. Seniors had prepared including chocolate chunk cookie which is
Miss Carideo's EMU class had their who are dressed the best. Last weeks Regina Price; Kathy Hobbs, Ethel favors for the Starke Nursing Home fortune cookies. The Cadettes made delicious. We appreciate the supportwe
first "Dress-up" day. The class is winners were Shon Davis and Bobbie Douglas and' Linda' Fisher. Congratulations and had a Christmas party. and. carol- Dutch butter cake to share with their receive from Slarke area duringthe
learning about proper grooming L. Jackson, Jr. Congratulations! and happy scouting. ing with their parents. sister troop The Seniors presented a cookie sales. Remember it is a
Brownie Troop 301 has. really Leaders with this troop are Scout's Own and the Cadettes shared good cookie for a great cause.

. Lawtey News _-

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By Elizabeth .erry Arthurine Blanchard, on Sunday, Jan. noon Sunday for their home in Mr. and
Phone: 7H.2-3.100 Mrs. Lee McClellon. and Mrs. Don Fletcher, of Lakelandlast Mr. and Mrs B.L. Wilkison, Jr., of I
31.Mr. Houston, Texas. J.C. Prevatt, Jr., of Gainesville, weekend. Jacksonville have moved their home
Personals and Mrs. Gobert Starling and Mr. Alonza Austin, of DaytonaBeach came to see his mother, Mrs. Thelma Mr and Mrs. Alvin Kessler of on Crawford Road. .
: family of Jacksonville, were Sunday spent some time with his Prevatt, on Wednesday.Mr. .
Orange Park were Sunday dinner
their Mr son-in-law and Mrs. M.D.and Crapes daughter, Sr and Mr, guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. sister, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, and and Mrs. James Anders, of guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Waters. Cap! and Mrs. John Bloom, of Ger
Fleam .
Starling.Rev. niece, MRs. Daisy Boch. Palatka, and Mr and Mrs. Billy and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr. are home Feb. 26
and Mrs. Gary Wheeler and spent a many coming on on
Nancy, and Mrs.
Roger Eunice of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs, have Patty Anders and I'
daughter Pisa were week with her son/ and daughterinlaw their way to Japan.
spent Sunday with their and
son China Grove, N.C., returned to their moved back from Huntsville
to Lawtey Sunday guests of Mrs. O.J. Anders of Mr. Chief and
daughter-in-law, Sgt. and Mrs. Mike home and Mrs. Hubert Wilkison of Mrs. Wayne Gustafson
on Friday Feb. 12 after Ala.
spen- Day. Live Oak. and girls, of Pensacola, the
Crapes, Jr., and Michael III of spent
ding some time with their
Mrs. is her
parents, Wyolene Day
Hmesville, Ga. visiting Henry Hodges and son Hank, and Mrs.Vilma Wainwright was a weekend with their parents, Mr. and I
Mr. and Mrs.
Terry Futch, of Jacksonville Beach Eunice Harold Eunice. Rev. sister Mrs. D.R. Brown. The occasionis his friend Miss Cathy Sumner, Buddy Saturday dinner guest of her brother- Mrs. Bill Dobbe and Chris.
was guest speaker at First for her Mrs.
was a Monday of his a birthday party sister, Smith, and Chris Fox. went to in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Al
brother and sister-in-law supper Mr. and day Baptist night.Prayer Meeting on Wednes- Wyolena Mrs. Fred Day Moore of Jacksonville.spent Wednesdaywith Daytona on Saturday for the Sport- Purser, of Lake Asbury also another Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman helped I I
Mrs. Benton (Futch) and Steve, and Miss Cheri ,smen 300. sister Mrs. Deloris Lanier and Mrs Maggie Norman celebrate her
Redgrave her Miss Rachel of
spent Boyer,
he visited his aunt Miss Elizabeth Mr and Mrs. George Shuford, and daugher, Debbie of Orlando. Mrs. birthday on Sunday Feb 14. They '
Thanksgiving week with her ,
grandmother Jacksonville. Then they went to Ocala Mr and Mrs.
Starling, visited Patricia
Terry on his way home. Mrs. O.J. Anders. Mrs. for their brother, David Boyer's, bir their son-in-law and Brown, of Jacksonville, served cake and ice cream for 11
Mr. the
came in afternoon for visit.
a refreshments.
are happy to have Mr and Mrs Anders returned home with her on thday. They were met there by Mrs.
J.S. Waters and family move back to Friday, Nov. 27 and visited with she Jewel Wade, Mrs. Margie Boyer, and -
Lawtey on Saturday from Fitzgerald, and her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mrs. Pearl Boyer. Then in thz after-
Ga. and Bredna Redgrave and son Ryan noon they returned to Fairfield and
Mrs. Fred moorespent Tuesay with until Feb. 11. They plan to visit their spent unit! Saturday with Mrs. Pearl
her sister, Miss Rachel Boyer, of grandmother here and her uncle and Boyer. Miss Rachel Boyer will remain
Jacksonville.Mrs. aunt, Mr. and mrs. joe and Nellie with Mrs. Fred Moore until Monday
Helen Nasworthy, of Martinex, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed and Little DeWitt Revels spent Sunday
Whitehouse visited her cousin, Miss Lula Torode in Starke. They left at night with his great-grandparents,

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liraiuord County Middle School t'rlday Ftb. 2': Beam A welne.... turnip crackers peach crisp mIlk.ALAC"RTE.
Vo. Tech Center greens. fruit cup,cornbread, cookie, milk.

and all elementary schools Bradford County High School Monday (eb 21: Hamburgers, pizza, French tAGood.1fi
Monday trb .U: Whaler on bun. French fries Monday Frb Z2: Chicken rice, cheese >llx, fries, milk i shakesTuemlay. ; .
cabbage slaw.>.low cake w/peachtopping.milk.Tuesday. turnip greens, peaches brownie cornbread,milkTuncUy. l-eb 2J: Cheeseburgers,pizza French
Iel 23: Beef vegetable soup Feb 23: Hamburger gravy, mashed fries, milkshakes
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I. Ex-Gator QB Jack Iekdah1 Calls Keystone Home I IBy

Tony nuke for the Gators," he said. "From the Gables and sometimes-fullback, SEC champion-to-be Georgia pouredit I ly at QB and played some at defensive should have won the stale championship
HCTSIaffrlter time I was a kid, I just knew that's sometimes-quarterback Harmon on 51-0 back and wideout. as the Gators : in 'G6. but a 13-tllleagalnsll-"ort: t
He lives out in Keystone now, in a where I wanted to go. They didn't Wages piloted the Gators the rest of The Gators nipped Kentucky l l14 wound up !9-1-1 in Ray Graves' final Walton Choctaw ha tehee kept u> out of
quiet, peaceful neighborhood and a have to recruit me" the way to a 6-4 record, with final and Miami 14-10 to salvage some season as head coach In the 'b9! the playoffs"
comfortable house that he shares with If the name Jack Eckdahl sounds name( losses to FSU (21-16)( ) and pride with a 6-3-1 slate opener against Houston he wound up Jack was drafted by the pros but
his wife and two children. But he unfamiliar it may be because of the Miami (20-14)( ). Jack remembered the Miami game as the Gators' leading rusher with H the Washington Redskins offered[ him
came out of Gainesville High School era his career spanned. His Eckdahl shared the QB spot with as the last game he started Florida runs for :.1.1: yards and included the a I tryoul follow ing his college days lie
,, in 1966 where he played quarterback, predecessor at QB for the Gators wasa Rentz the following year. "The first trailed 10-0 at half lime, when .Kick's longest UF run a 17->'ard hurst lie gave H a shot but didn't make the
a school known then and since for producing fellow named Steve Spurrier, who is 'Year of the Gator," he recalled. roommate Mark Ely set up a score also completed five passes for ::16! cuts
the best schoolboy quarter. famous for winning the Heisman Florida got off to a 4-0 start, was rank with an interception Eckdahl yards Today. Jack is a district ad
backs. As a senior, he passed for 1,293 Trophy. Then in 1969, Eckdahl's ed fourth nationally, before a"We engineered the winning drive, running In (the final game of his career, he mimslrator for Department l HI l
;yards and ran for 1029 more. senior season, John Reaves becamethe for one first down and passing 20 caught an 11-yard Reaves pass in the Health and Rehabilitative I>services
All of the schools( ( in the number one QB at UF Those were yards for another Larry' Smith got Gator Bowl 1 game against SEC champ covering\ a 16cnunlart'a here in
Southeastern Conference, plus Miami the days when Florida wore blue IIsetllo come out the TD on a magnificent six-yard run Tennessee ia 14-13 Gator wmi. North Florida He began his career
and FSU, along with Iwo or three jerseys and grass grew on Florida ichen with 2-38: to play. "It was a let-down." he says, with the department originally work
others wanted him to attend their field. to the lakes here ueto Jack was the team's top passer and describing his linal year "I I was ing w ilh delinquent children) Relived
schools and line up over center for He recalled his first season at UF total offense leader that healthy and wanted to play" in South Florida for six years before
in school./ year
them in the fall. before an injury cut him down in the ere high finishing with 56 completions in 125 attempts "Graves was always good, alwaysfair transferring to Putnam County
But for Jack Kckdahl, "There was third week of his "I He chose to settle
sophomore year for 572 yards and the only two to me. Eckdahl said. "I have a in Keystone
never any choice," to use his own remember the veryfirst game We're always Gator TD aerials He added another lot of respect( for him and coaches Heights because "We used to comeout
words. He grew up in the shadows of because I scored a TD on the second 174 yards rushing for 746 total yards, Gene Ellenson and Ed Kensler here to the lakes when \\vieie III
the University of Florida's football series (Note: a 14-0 win at home over Kited this area. ahead of Smith's 736 yards and At GIIS. Jack played under Jim high school" he says of himself: and ;
stadium, attending Gator football Illinois.) And I had a. pretty good Rentz's 547Reaves Niblack, whom he rem?l1\h'l's\ as wile Carol whom 'he met in high. ;
games as a ;>outh. When the game against LSU (a 37-6 defeat. In nightmarish 0-3-1 month ended Gator took over the QB controls "Hard to beat one of my favorites school "% 'e've always liked the ai. ea :t
recruiting war began during his practice during the next week, I was championship dreams. Rain played a for Florida in 1969! ; Eckdahl's senior He (iIN'iblack! ) put a lot of kids into college between here and Hawthorne" t
junior year in high school, he had running an option play and my leg big part in the slide, beginning with a year, and virtually rewrote the SEC football We had Kim Helton. Jack has not changed' much! limn
already told Florida coaches he had twisted up underneath me." The Gator loss to North Carolina ((22-7)) record book for passing I igamc. Brian Hipp and me at Florida, Gene his playing days with a single except
made up his mind where he was goingto broken leg ended Eckdahl's season. placed in the remnants of a hurricane season and career) later including the Branch Auburn and at least t four ion ;.
play collegiate ball. Jack Eckdahlwas He finished with 22 completions in 55 passing through Chapel Hill and finally NCAA record for passing yardage at more went on to play major college "No there I was no special reason '
staying in Gainesville. attempts for 343 yards and two TD drowning in a downpour in the time ''eclipsing Jim Plunkelt of ball."
"It was always my dream to play passes. Larry Rentz from CoralJuckie Jacksonville where undefeated and Stanford) Eckdahl was used SDanng- N'iblack always said (h.it,' we See I..d/uhl: l'nre lOB "

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Betty'Sue PrJfch, d'..':: : (
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Betty Sue Pritchard, 39, resident were conducted at Brown was a hairstylist at Charles'Hair
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home... Winter Garden Fla.:died Feb. Feb 16 at Pine Quarters and was formerly (the
1 We are an old established firm very experienced in assisting in West Orange Hospital, Church of owner of Browns' General Store Worthington -
bereaved families through this time of sadness by making all Garden. W'"I" David Hodges .of. Springs, and also the ownerof
University Plaza Barber Shop/
I the necessary arrangements for service.
She was born in Lachloosa, Fla.then Sapp Cemetery in Gainesville.A .
We can help you make advance funeral arrangements and moved to Orange County Tanner Funeral life time resident of Alachua and
limit cost. Now would be time to visit DeWitt C. Jones
a good she has resided since.'Mrs. : in charge of) ar Union Counties Brown graduatedfrom
Funeral Home' professional staff to acquaint yourself with was a member of the Paradise. Baptist Union County High School and
\ the services they offer. Church. was a member of the Sardis Baptist
Mrs. Pritchard is survived by. Brown Church.
survived his
He by stepmother
Pillip Pritchard Orlando
spn ; Brown Glennville, Ga.
mother and step-father Mr.and Mrs.George Myrtle ; two
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeStarke Griffis Starke her father. : for Ray Carl brothers. Wilbur L. (Billy) Brown.St.
? ; and W. Main St., Augustine and James W. (Jimmy) of
Mr. Earl Griffis; Sr. brothers
Keystone Hgts. sisters Earl Griffis; Jr., Apopka Wednesday Feb 10 Lake Butler; a sister, Beverly Susan
964-6200 473-3176 Baptist Church Cook Homerville Ga., and several
Fla. Ronnie Griffis,Apopka Shirley
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Obituaries .

He is also survived by sistei-s-1n-law Employees. In lieu of flowers;;.'con WWII, and was a member of the Cemetery under the direction of He was' the son of the late Rev and
Mrs. Ann Wingate, and Mrs. Lily tributions may be made to Belmont Madison Street Baptist Church. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Mrs. Raymond Heath. t
Venner Epps SpiersThe Bridges and brothers-in-law Barney United Methodist Church or to the
Services 1'
Survived by his wife, Louise Crist will be held Sunday, Feb.
McRae Russell McRae and Donald Manchester Rescue Squad, Richmond Albert t
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following is a corrected McRae all of Starke. Va. Talley, Starke; two sons, Jim B. Heath Church 2 pm. at St. Johns Baptist
obituary for Venner Spiers; last Talley, III, Athens, Ga. and Thomas Lawtey.
weeks copy had several omissions. Funeral services were,held at Mor- Jim II. Jr. R Talley, Jacksonville; his mother, Albert J. Heath 66, formerly of a
rlssett Funeral Home at 2:30: p.m. Talley Mrs Lelia T Talley Houston, Texas; Lawtey, died Thursday, Feb. 11, 1982,
Veneer Epps Spiers of Starke and Friday, Jan. 29. Interment was in four brothers Delray Talley,Thomas at University Hospital, Jacksonville.
Richmond, Va., died Jan. 26, 1982 in Dale Memorial Park, Richmond, Va. Jim B. Talley, Jr., 65, who lived in Talley and Theron Talley, all of Card of ThanksW
Richmond Starke on Brownlee Rd., died Thurs- Houston, and W.L. of LivIngston
Hospital.He Mr. Spiers was retired from the Talley He is survived by his four children:
day, Feb. 11, in the Alachua General .
Is survived by his wife,Mrs.Dolly Texas; and five grand- Words can never our
Post Office (Chief Accountant), a Hospital in Gainesville. Raymond Heath, Lena Heath, Betty express .;
: McRae Spiers; two daughters, charter member of Belmont United children. Heath, and Albert Heath Jr., all of deepest thanks and appreciation to
Mrs. Catherine Spiers Priddy and Methodist Church, past patron of Talley moved toStarke 20 years ago Funeral services were held at 2:30: Jacksonville; five grandchildren, all our friends and neighbors who
Mrs Joyce Spiers Ford; three sisters, Manchester Chapter No. 53, past from Texas. lie was born in Gonzales \ipm. Sunday, Feb. 14, in the Madison four sisters, Arsola Holloway, Cres- helped us after fire destroyed our :
Mrs. Anna Savage, Mrs. Effie O'Neal patron of Amaranth Chapter No. 5, a County, Texas, Feb. 9, 1917. He was a Street Baptist Church with pastor, cent City, Lillie Green and Elenor home and belongings. May God
and Mrs. Lucy Dickerson; eight member of Thomas N. Davis Masonic retired plant manager for the Florida '>"Rev. C. Gillis, officiating. Heath, Lawtey, and Pauline Finn, Bless all of jou.H .
grandchildren an three great- Lodge No. 351 and a member of the Hydrocarbon Gas Company at Miami; and one brother, Charlie >v. Koiulil" & Iclna1.11'1111: :
grandchildren. National Association of Retired Civil Brooker, was a Navy Veteran of I\ Interment was in Crosby Lake Heath, Titusville, Fla. & Family

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\\1,: Only Two Days Left to Sign-up for Dream Girl, Dream. Boy Pageant

.' Only two days remain before the row, and sponsored by her parents. Thomas Oil Co. and Jackson's James, is sponsored by Micr-Tec Contestants,'will compete in one of the night of the show. She can be con
't; Feb. 20 sign-up deadline for the 1982 Malina Browning, age 13, the Building Supply. Systems, Jacksonville. four divisions based on age for girls tacted at 7823748.
Dream Girl Pageant daughter of Virginia Browning and Kelly Carter, age 5, the daughter of Tina Doyle, age 3, the daughter of and a single division for boys the Competition attire will be suit and
Thirty-three contestants have sign- Vollie Browning, Is sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Carter, is sponsored Mr and Mrs. Frank Doyle, sponsoredby divisions are: tie for Tiny Dream Boy contestants,
.. ed up for the Feb. 27 pageant, to be Charlie LaPradd Dist. by Green's Welding and Trac Sportsman's Marina, Perry. short parly dress for Tiny Dream Girl
held in the banquet room of Tina's Little Karen Larson, age 10, the daughterof tor. Kelly was first runner up in last Marla Dickens, age 3, the daughter Tiny Dream Boy, ages 3-6. contestants and long gowns for
Italy Restaurant on US-301 S. in Glen and Beth Moore, is sponsoredby year's Tiny Dream Girl competition. of Pat and Barbara Dickens, sponsored Tiny Dream Girl, ages 36. Dream Girl Contestants ages 721.
Starke. Helen Bunkley.Dannette Shannon Pettigrew, age 6, is the by Stumps Dept Store. Little Miss Dream Girl, ages 710. Entry forms are available at Nor
., The most recent entries are: Griffis, age 14, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parker Two more contestants for the Tiny Junior Miss Dream Girl, man's Produce, US-301 N., and the
Lena Looney, age 9, the daughter of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clean Grif- and Tom Pettigrew. Dream Boy portion' of the pageantare ages 11-15. Image Maker, 1209 N. Temple Ave.,
Carol Looney, is sponsored by fis, Is sponsored by Griffis and Sons, Jill Strickland,,age 10, the daughterof : Miss Dream Girl, ages 1621. Tina's Little Italy and Sunshine
Powell's Dairy Freeze. Fiberglass Boats. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Strickland, Is Robbie Hicks age 3, the son of Mr. Florists (ph. 964-8400)),
Jennifer Honn age 6, the daughterof Jennifer Forsyth, age 9, the sponsored by Strickland's Landing. and Mrs. Scott Hicks, is sponsored by A winner and firstand second-
Jane Honn, is sponsored by Starke daughter of Sheila Forsyth, spon- Kimberly Brewer, age 10, is the Leilas Gift Shop. runnerup will be chosen in each divi-
Nursing Home. sored by Bobby's Produce, Theressa. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis. Timothy Doyle,age 5, the son of Mr. sion. Winners will receive a crown, T--
Mamie Tucker, age 15, the Jamie Anvil, age 5, the daughter of Brewer. and Mrs. Frank Doyle, is sponsoredby trophy banner and flowers. Runnersup -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brinkley Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Anvil, is spon- Karol Blanton, age 8, the daughterof Sportsman's Marina, Perry. will receive trophies. An overall
Tucker, is sponsored by Archer sored by Lindsey's Photo, Trenton. Mr. and Mrs. S.I. Blanton, is spon- winner will receive a cash prize of
Funeral Home, Lake Butler. Jessica Hollenbaugh, age 5, the sored by Signal Oil, Lake Butler. Once again, the deadline for enter $50.
Tammy Morrow, age 13, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Haney Kimberly James, age 3, the ing is Feb. 20. The pageant is open to The Dream Girl pageant is spon-
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Co.ffmanBegins Third Year at DC TV JW,

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DC TV Is not a 'TV Station ,:.J'I..W: I

BV Tony Burke :: :
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Friday, Feb. 19 marks an anniversary other people, so I decided" to go into :' j I!,
for Donnie Coffman.II business for myself he said
was on thai day in 1979 thai IheIhen'22'eur.0Id "At first, business was a little slow.It :!
electronics han look about six months for people to t
w dyman opened the doors to DC TV realize I was in business, and for me /103.11'
television repair and Kales service tn build up enough of u reputation .
located on Highway 21 north of where' people would" trust me with /
t their equipment '
Keystone Heights. Itti
"We're more than a TV repair. "There were times when I was"worried r \,
t I y.,,. shop" Coffman explains "We also about the business folding he I ....1
fix stereo receivers and turntables, said. :.: :J
John, meanwhile was working fora *
microwave ovens, video tapemachines. l ',.{
wholsale distributor for electronics
VCRs and all types of ;rr.
parts in Gainesville and then Orlando.
tape recorders sf;
When Donnie says "we", he refers He picked up a working knowledge of j fy
A'1w to his older brother and only the subject from this and later took
\ employee John Coffman. some ol the same courses Donnie H

I Ir The Cuff mans moved here from took. ,
Jacksonville in 1969. John made the About a year ago t..rl19tlt) I con
varsity basketball learn as a vinced John that I had enough work to ..
freshman, and was a starter before a keep us both busy, so he came to work :;..f.
knee injury ended the six-fooler's for me," said Coffman. ; ., .,
playing days as n sophomore. Today, work is steady for the Coff- )1hJ \
man's. They usually work six days ",
Donnie. too was a promising:, guard, ;
but a motorcycle accident ended his each week. Their work lime is almost :: h
placing days and left him hospitalized evenly divided between service calls :'II')!
for one and a half months and confined anclllho -repair jobs -
"Now something with .
a major component -
lo a bed for another six months r
"I became interested in electronics failure, like a picture tube for ",
bccaus I didn't t know a single thing instance! will have lo go to I he shop"
DIIIIII.tid. while tinkering with a set in '
Llb"utlhe subject but wanted lo know .
the back shop. "You can never tell. .
how (he t things worked. Donnie sa id.
I "I 1 took I he Radio and TV Repair Some problems we can identify and ;
III III'I Course at the 1'o-Tech school in lix in Ihe customer's home in ten or 4
,r .r Slarke. and then got into a couple of t fifteen minutes, other problems may .
Electronics courses in Santa Fe. I Il need to be traced out with a it.f
l finished up will the Bell and Howell schematic in the shop and lake hours ,
course in electronics. just to pin down."
After completing the courses Don In addition to the repair service, the "
Ti nie worked (several TV repair outfits Colfman's sell a full line of Zenith ap t F .. .
..! ._ in the Lake Hegion. "I decided pliances. They also( install alii ty pea of '. M

Joint (It'jl) antl Donnif i clit'ck n *U'rtoII/>//I/I/;,T Dial I wtlllil'ed of making money for antennas Ditnn'uC.ttffnitm: ; in hit r '/wiir shop ::Ii


1 Penny-Ante.... Penny-Pinchers.... Creating-- Local Shortages'-' .. :;r')r.1 j

'It's not much 1'1'iI problem in his( Week" Ihe problem is (hat the pennies are The Federal Reserve Bank of A very informal, I study conducted by "J
ISy'I'ony: liurkeIll"1'staff area" said :Marvin thrown assistant Martin. explained that penny allocations not circulating. Approximately 75: Atlanta alluded. to information, studies Telegraph reporters revealed Ihis to' .
\\rilrrA \ice-presideni ol the! Florida Bank atStarke. are based upon the sire of the percent of Ihe Mint's production is thai perhaps half of the adult! popular he correct. II appears that mast ol us '
dear"Ma penny tor jour thoughts my "Were able lo gel $2H-JOO()) bank ordering them. currently devoted to I the cent. tion has the habit of tossing pennies are penny pinchers however unintentional. j'
: be in pennies each week from the And those area I pennies Irom into a container at Jiome and letting I ,
1> notldcorduig "We did have some problems some
: information recently Federal Reserve Bank in Atlanta, and Heaven. them accumulate.coutperuig .
to months ago but were okay now
rele.iM'il bj the Federal Reserve that has been enough to meet our demand said Damia Sparkman from the
Hank nt' Atlanta. "Depository institu- from the large markets here." Keystone State Bank "We have been Airman George Holiday assigned to Keesler .i I

tons 11\11\\11\. locations have been experiencing Brown said that only two years ago stocking up. and some of (he stores {
problems in meting he could have ordered $lilx; ) )-$8X) worth tune been stocking( up." Airman George; llnlitl.i III. sun ul ; Air "Forte' lisle raining inns
customer demand for pennies," of pennies "\\ uh no problem. but not George; Holiday. J I' ol I IL'L'1:!:!: Tom ll.ill 1 Dunn*! the MX weeks ;a r L.Hkl.md The au'/man will I nut u'icuc I
today A spokesperson from the Farmers St.. Slarke. and Bernice l' i 111.11<11'1'10011 Air Fiirco. H.i.-c. Te\.is. I mo ..iiriii.inMiuhoil "1"1'i.ili/i'd.I \iii-iiui'Miui in lie .nlntnuatiation ,
!1'lis problem is so severe that the and Dealers Bank of Lake Butler says Tallahassee, has boon assignor, I in the Air FnicV* mivsiuit.iirg.uiu.ition field l
Bureau t' the :Mint has increased its \Ve'\e' had plenty and we're making that they are experiencing "No problem Keesler Air !Force Ha.-o. piss I, alter amid cuMonisimil' / received Ik i is H i \I/IU I!)!!() nr.nlii.ui'/ ..it t Ki.iilliinl. i i iI I
pr nine'ion' tll'pt'nnil's; b> 4.1 percent due." said :Norma Jean :Martin whatsoever" .<1'1'e.'I during 'the past four years producing from I the Community State Bank in The :Mint is claiming that the high
,u he maximum rate permuted b>.' its t.II'kl''III'! awhile; we.were having\ levels of production over the past four
.wont operating budget h.limll OUI'I'ulllIuers. because were, years should have been enough to -- ..,
our! I is- this affecting u* lKalh" only allocated SUM in. pennies I end, I meet the demand and suggests! that '-q- f 0. I 1

I Man Arrested in Starke Rape, Robbery 0 0 DIXIE !3 :

1 1'kIII.lIdnlhlll1> Ward. iti. IIII"kl The victim\ was taken to a t-shirt. he confessed lo the incident \;
Si i, was arrested alter he broke li.\lnl'S\'IlIe; hospital by her sister a lidS"tllli and told the police where he had
in' .1 house' where, he beat raped .\ duel Harold Crews discarded the victims wallet, i
old "itihed, a remote resident there t Ward also Known as Billy Jack
!Feb i IiNird, contested he had been watching the Ward has served time for a prior Cream .
ictnn and her house Ward was con- conviction of burglary, He is current ,
!hl.kl'. a kitchen window to tined until Wednesday' under guard to I ly in Bradford County Jail charged
01 "ci )"C' h"use, .then went t to the vieitn Bradford County' Hospital with with sexual battery, armed robbery a
'''ledi'mini When the victim lacerations of Ihe hand. Ward received and burglary. Total bond for Ward
iw >'ke.ird had ,t kmte at her the wound In his hand when he was set al $40.000. according lo LI.
''i .1'' 'hreatened her then raped struck the \'ICIII1in I the! mouth. When Lane Sibley and Patrolman Jerry 1UT
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and Michael I received maximum Bernstein said Ihe Cam's appeal and were arrested at their home in '
sentencing on two counts of marijuana would be based on the fact thai the September after a prolonged In-
smuggling 11a Jacksonville: slate had not brought the defendents vestigation.Cam Open Daily 6am-12 pm
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Lam defense attorney Stephen The Cam's sentencing had been strips near the towns of Brooker and 9oz. I
Bernstein ol Gainesville immediately, delayed so they. could testify in the Fort Whrte. FREE I
announced that he had filed an appeal trial Janos "John" Papp ,,(Detroit The prosecution claimed thai plan.
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Clifford Shepard used in one of the incidents the Cam hangar at the Keystone Air CokeDuring
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Starke Man again Dorr attempted to leave and there are no theories or motives as tl o<( Keystone Heights was traveling at a license was suspended according to Lola Malinda. ReDamond 23, of Lake u to i
Henley tried to stop him. Dorr said he the Increased number of break-ins oc'. high rate of speed on the acess behind Trooper.B. A. Williams. BullerOas she pulled into the parking to
Finds Two BodiesIn told Henley they should go outside curing in Starke lately. Bowel 11 theVo-TechCentcr. Unable to stop he 4 ', lot. m .
Duval CountyA and settle it. Outside Dorr said he suspects they are after money and hi e E struck a 1981 Honda parked in the 'Ian Feb. 15. Patrick Neal Harris 24 Damage to( Harris' 1908 Ford was _
pulled his jacket off and walked up to is using off-duty officers to help patrothe ,I area at Westside Ballfield. of Macclenny pulled into the parking i$40,damage to ReDamond's 1975 Pun- ,
Hercules employee, Steve Kroll Henley who started swinging and streets. This past week then E! lot of Handy Way Food Store in Lake liac was $50, according to Trooper B.
if Starke discovered the bodies of a Dorr realized be had been cut. At that were fewer reports of burglary: so hi E! There was no damage to Slasbery's Butler. Harris' vehicle was struck by A. Williams.
girl and a man near Baldwin last time Dorr told his friend to go( and feels it is helping.The 1975 Chevy, damage to Karen AnnetteBrown's .
Wednesday in a ditch. they jumped in the car and took off. city police are covering abou t 19111 Honda was $400. e
Kroll was checking a logging trail Dorr was treated at Bradford County 125 miles a night, ,almost twice ai:S Salsbery was charged with careless \
off Yellow Water Road on property Hospital for lacerations. many miles as they usually patrol. driving according to Patrolman 6
[treated by Hercules when he found Bradford County Sheriff's Office Bowen said investigation into thi.E! David Crum.
[he bodies in a ditch partially covered has issued a warrant for Henley armed robberies is continuing d:l 1/a i
ith water. Both of them had been charging him with aggravated bat suspects are being watched. Minor Accidents S
eaten and shot to death. tery, according to Patrolman Scotty i
Investigation proved the double Rhoden. Burlaries were reported this pas t 'f'
urder to be drug related and two week at the office of Pat FarnsworthCPA Feb. 11, Deborah Lang Russo,29,of r
nen and a woman were arested and Man TicketedFor and Badcock Furniture Store. Gainesville! was turning right from a
booked on suspicion of murder in the Both places reported money takelafter 1 private drive onto SK-18 when her The
B layings. Careless DrivingLaurie entry was gained thru back win- vehicle was struck by a log truck.
The pair were identified as Nancy Ardley, 48, of Starke, was down, according to Lt. Lane Sibley. Damage to the 1978 Ford U-Haul
Jean Sheppard 17, of Baldwin and traveling north on 25th Avenue,when The office of Pappas Account! g) truck driven by Kusso was $300,
Ichard Allen Padgett, 22, of he failed to stop for a stop sign. was entered by someone who broki e E! damage to the Mack tractor-trailer 0 Butcher BlockHwy.
Jacksonville, according to the Duval Ardley's truck ran over two road the glass in the north side of I Ihl c driven by Kenneth W. Miller of Ft.
bounty Sheriffs Department.Kroll signs and through a fence striking a building. A calculator was taken ac. White was$150.
was interviewed for Channel 4 pine tree. Property damage was ap- cording to Patrolman David Crum. 100 South across from Pinehurst
news he said he was rather upset by Kusso: was ticketed for violation of
proximately $125.
the right of and driving while her Phone 964-5920
(us discovery. Ardley was charged with careless Army Clothing way
driving by Trooper Kenneth Stolen From Car
Rest Area is Etheridge. Damage to Ardley's 1974 FLORIDA ]
Ford Feb. 13 while parked at the Holiday r Whole Paramount
pickup was $1,500. Bag
Scene of Fatality Inn in Starke John D. Hill discover
Ardley was taken to the Bradford : THEATRE c
someone had removed about $5K() 5 9
Raymond Dewitt Smith. 47, of County Hospital according ,
worth of Army clothes from the rool r FRYERS
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While from his car Hill saic I
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Smith apparently attempted- Two Accidents containing assorted clothing item:s c
ake a right turn into the ,rest area. had been taken.Patrolman AIM AMERICAN I 19
ntrance ramp failed to do so, struck At approximately 11:30: p.m. on Eston Mosher said llv e I . . . . LI.
sign the curbing and became air- Feb. 10, a black cow standing in the matter is being investigated. WEREWOLF IN
me. The truck then struck a pine roadway 1.4 mile east of Raiford Fresh End Cut
ree head-on. caused two separate accidents.Ida Bryan Cited LCIMDGIM c
Smith was pronounced dead at the Grizzell Mallory, 57, of Starke 9 9
cene according to Trooper D. S. first struck the cow causing $100 For Careless DrivingMichael THE PORK CHOPS
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Man Cut Schoening, Jr., 19, of Starke, struck a Road from US-301, Feb. 13. Brya.n MOVIEe Country Style 09
In ScuffleAt cow causing $2,000) damage to his was traveling too fast and rolled In e ] .
Inn 1976 Chevy pickup. truck onto its right side. SPARE RIBS..u. :
According to Trooper Kenneth Damage to Bryan's 1975 For (a J
Darrell Dorr 21, of Starke and a Ethridge, the prison then took care of pickup truck was $1,200, he wa s
friend were in the lounge at the Holi- the black cow. Or maybe it was two charged with careless driving according ,. A RELEASE UNIVERSAL Nettles Hot or Mild Smoked 59
day Inn in Starke Feb. 10, when cows? to Trooper D. C. Roberts.
waitress warned him not to dance SAUCEAGE..LIII
with a certain girl. Dorr said he Burglaries Slow Careless Driving .
didn't want to cause trouble and PLUSHALLOWEEN
decided to leave. At that time Calvin During Past Week Wrecks Honda Tender Mix 20 oz Loaf :

Henley,Jr. tried to detain Dorr. Once Police Chief Jimmy Bowen says Douglas Edward Salsbery, 19, fITIGI&I"YI If II BREAD 2r0R89Ch

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announced his decision to.Continue
zt peacetime Selective Service System' "Iregistration' :Selective: Service office or at any U.S. System, will initiate approprlatftlittg....'M ,
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doubts to the future of the1 registration the President declared a grace period ment, the Selective Service System'.
''during which late registration wouldbe to make available-:; **<
program the President,expressed continuing ;;0 i
/ tiR : confidence that young 'men of acceptedwithout penalty. :That public inspection, JIStS of registrabtsand
I : registration age will comply;\vith the 'grace period extends through Feb. 28, their tentative local -Jtmarflg.
requirement.The ,. 1982. During that period, anyone who assignments. This is keepilLwi\( \ .
;7 skf requirement to regisiereapplies'to 'was scheduled to register previously, the intent of Selective Service 8Ielk :
+' id U.S. citizens and to aliens residing' but has not yet doe so, may register that its procedures be open-Ir tfls+.....1.
Y ; in the United States, born, or after without fear of prosecution for late public. Most lists will\ be pog f5 1::e

1Y Jan.l. 1960. ,. registration. The forms are availableat county courthouses and city halls' }
?' Men born in 1960 and 1961 were all Post Offices. The lists cover registrations1' hf&

I schedule to register during July 1980 After Feb. 28, and after identifyingthe cessed through Sept. 30, 1981 anorM-

Men born in 1962 were scheduled to names of those persons who ,clude men born in 1960, 1961, 1962Kand:
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f 1963 were scheduled to be registered the Selective Service System will by zip code based uponthCregistrant's

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Last week (Feb. .ji"; The Telegraph "g ises .V.rnp g"J"u "grievances an d Ads t
I Keystone
fan an article on page 8-B under the misrepresentation caused by it.
headline "Most Citizens Agree That As "punishment", the guilty party
Phosphate Should be Mined in the was "banished" to another such I
Osceola Forest". threatened wildlife area; the Santa, CARS FOR RENT HOMES FOR MISCELLANEOUS HELP FOR SALE =j I

The headline was incorrect as writ Fe Swamp, and assigned the task of TRUCKS SALE WANTED ;I iO1
ten as in fact the article revealed. photographing the natural beauty of 3BR. 2BA. HOME CH/A $350 BINGO..AMERICAN LAKE LOT on sand bottomed
Opposition to the mining is strong. the area. per month. Lok. access. OVEI'SIAS.MUST LEGION HAIL SR-21. lake in Hillcrest.t'$890! I
C' The Telegraph regrets the error and Editor 972 CHEV. IMPALA, 4 Dr 376.0078. tfnchg 2/4 GOING SELL cut. 2 b.droom Saturdays, 7 p.m. and Sundays WORKING Employment CLASS Service.HEROES Serving down $14644 pen mootbPhone ;;)
FURNISHED MOBILE HOMES invited. 473-4058 ,
2 to 5. Public er
4 Sedon good body oneupholst.ry. house, lake and
access Keystone Heights
Rebuilt $130 and up. 4732879. ALCOHOLICS 473-4367 after 6 p.md:
engineand beautiful large wood.d Melrose low fees,
I ( Lak. G.n.va Mobil.Home ANONYMOUSi Closed tfnchg 2/4 tic I
extra .
"l'r many n.w parts.Small lot assumable mortgageal 473-4472. 1/7 3/25 pd
Park. 2/4 tfnchg LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGEie
!1C 350 Engine. $400. 9 3/4 %. Call owner meeting Monday 8pm. EXPERIENCED DIESEL .
I t Call 473.4357.2tpd 2/18-25 OFFICE SPACEIoelng Open meetings Friday 8 Keystone Heights, ownerfinanced.
473-2735. tfnchg 2/4 MECHANIC > The Board of
Fy 1969 CHRYSLER. 4 Dr, 313 Lawr.nc. Blvd. Next doorto FOR SALE Lake Geneva p.m. Alanon Monday Bp.m. County Commissioners, 12 percent io-
f: Andr.ws Drugs. Call terest. Lots an cl.drsandbottomed
engine, perfect upholst.ryand All meetings at
Mobil. Home Sales. $7,770 is
lr Clay County, seeking to I
li' 4733411. 1/14 tfnchg. lake, pricedtoo
good body. All n.w Educational Building Com
ICX down $99 month for hire dietel mechanic
Irafi tlrei $300. Phone 473-4357. 3 '1. 2 BATH furnished 14X50 Liberty. Double munity Church 473.2790 or with at a least three sell from $9,900. Qn. to 'j i
{ t f 2tpd 2/11-23. mobil. home, $220 p.r wid. 475-2130. 2/4 tin chg. years five acres overlooking lake,
starting at 13995. lob experience. Beginning
month. Keystone Height (access available). 'witnnice
; r Come check all ol of .25
t FOR SALE by sealed bid Realty Realtor 473-4961. our hourly rate $6 p.r trees from $3,600.
: dues fees or weighIns I
1980 SR 9 P.U. 2/4 fn chg. models and special prices.vs hour. Applicants should $500 down $50 a monthCommercial ,,
Toyota op.n meetings Tuesday !
IiS S I c': truck. Minimum bid ONE ROOM EFFICIENCYapartment miles East of Keystoneon apply directly to the Clay fronrogetaInvestment I
on Lake Hwy 100. tfnchg 2/4 7;30 p.m., St. Anne's County Road Department,
$4.370.00 required by Episcopal Church. opportugiy I
5 Esplanade Ave, Green
G.n.va across from tennis 12X INTEREST with no 5R.21 N. Owner-talesman,
11 Clay Electric Keystone Heights. Thurs
A Cove Springs, Florida
r 1 courts. SI2S p.r month. money down if you own 473.4375. tfnchg 2/4.
Employ. Cr.dit Union day.9:3O: am. Community ,
269.6335 284 6335. 2tchg
First last $50 damage own lot. Call Bob Harris.
Keystone Heights. Fl your State Bank of Starke. 2/11-2/18 *ir:
deposit. Hhone 473-7086 Save Thousands! If Classified Ads
irS 473-2790
964-8587. 2/4
1 r 4734911. Ext. 206. Itchg CHRISTIAN CHILD NURSERY
2/18 after 6 p.m. 4tcha 2/11-3/4 your total Incom. is under tfn chg. Ellom Get Results 'i-: I
$15,000 p.r y.or w. 'BINGOlion* Club across I.
Classified Ads flat In historical building some 4X money for you. from high school. Church. Melrose, on Sundays ,BEAUTIFUl LAKE GENEVA

t s, 'e I It Get Results downtown Melrose.. $175 AFFORDABLE HOMES, Tuesdays,. Early Bird 7 .call For 4752820.more Infomo.tlon Itchg access lots from $5,500. I
per mo. Call 473-1222. $500 down. $71.74
964.5533.2104 31pd 2/18 p.m.: Regular 7:30: p.m. 2/18 per
2lehg 2/1 1.2118 Public invited. 2/18 tIn month. Discount on !entire
1 GENE REESE .ALMOST NEW.2-BR. I IV* WANTEDUSED 10 acres One Wotertrcar| .t L-
t 1 both, large kitchen Classified Ads PERSONAL lot. Call ,473.4375- ,2'. : '1-
f REALTY I flr.plac., wood deck SERVICES tfnchg ,, :
4 r GENE REESE RCAITOR i I CH/A,. washer and dryer WILSON T-2000 t.nnl.racqu.t. Get Results ACREAGE- acre tract. :
connection celling fan. ., call 473-2210 or CARPENTER Coastal Burmuda'.hgy.) :
4 -j' giri Big Lak. Brooklyn, WORKS $3,3OO an ocr. Oak Forest ;.
WOODLAND ACRES: 473-438O: after 5:00: p.m.tfn Remodeling work kitchen
4i i TS Beautiful 3 BR. 2 BA Woodland Dr.. $330 mo. RESPONSIBLE PARTY to takeover Call Linda cabinets andrim area. Will sell five or0*. :;
Call 473.2971 2tchg acre tracts. Call 473.2302.
home on-1.4 acres. Paved [ payments on Spinet 473-2210 carpenter. Reasonable ,7 :
211.225.'Stave Console Piano. Can : be 4tchg 1/28-2/18 .
drlv.way, 'landscaped prices Call Ed Dempsey at BLUEBERRY .
fireplace with s..n locally./ Write Mr. 473-7054. 7.30: a.m..5:3O: .
f 45 Foster, P.O. Box 561. IBItl.1ra'B third year. $3 50. RiverlaKdFarms
many energy saving ..- t I 11..n. p.m. 24tfnchg.ACCOUNTANT
? m'YL: ;Astor Fl. 32002.31chg 2/11. retired ;.
tras. 69500. '
Broadway after 6 p.m. andweekends
OAK FOREST: 3 I". 1 BA available port-time. Full call 1468276'94tchg
3 ., live oaks, YARD SALE services including tax .
on acre 1 TREE SERVICE 2/4-2/23. _
fruit trees Extra well t return 173.2031tpd. QAULITY COLUM"'A'EMERALD.
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septic tank t mobil. Removal and Friday .I.ctric'ap- n I CHILD CARE In home .-' 1 carat-*). J
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home hook-up. $36,000. corott-$5 5
pliances.: furniture, 2E2 ; carats $30.
odd with hot meals and TLC.
SILVER SANDS LAKE: Furnished *,. ,Trimming and ends. N.w Items every : 173.3562tpd 2/18-3/11 Add $2 to' all orders, to
2 BR 1 BA with$14OOOassum.mortg. Free Estlmat! ''wk. In front Western '. QUALITY PAINTING cover shipping and handt! ;
MI Mh at ,Auto on SR-21 and C214. ', I/patn If Interior-Exterior free Ing to Columbian Emeralc( ) .
9V4% Own.r may consider Call 4732658. 2/11.2/25 estimate. References. Offer, P.O. Box. 743,, :
holding 2nd mortg. 473-4732 7HIS'WUKlND V Eli.trle. 4pllBaal.. Call Dave Hamilton ot Melrose' 'Fl. 32666:k 1)ing

Good summer place orstort.r After 5 P.M. Miscellaneous. It.mst';, Strri.g. Iradfanl I 173.3919.3tchg 2/18-3/4 'WHIRLPOOL 2/18; -
home.OFFICIl White Send Leke. Set. end,
473-7074 K H.l h Sun.. ,....' 20-11.; Fellow' City CtMMflM. Classifted'Ads( oven for sole Us>,dfvst
n. i.L.. _. four month. $285 ,Cab
tVf 473-325 V signs. Itpcll/lI.. ,TI), ---- I Get Results
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Hwy 229. LawleyNew SERVICESBIll'S SERVICESYOU 7cV- "8f

& Used RENTi 2 bedroom fur. PRICES PAID for used FIREWOOD) Oak. split CARPET, NEW & USED Furniture '

,Color TV'sAntenna's nlshed trailer In lawtey. mobile home If mortgage I SAW SHOP Complete ARE INVITED to choose $45.00 per load; $83, cord.In & appliances
$165 a month plus $50 I Is 3/4 paid or more. OLiN'S sharpening service, circular from on outstanding selection Slarke area. Next door Plumb. fixture and pipe mrwlUee9ar f

deposit. Call 782.3332. MOBILE HOME SALES hand carbide of dIstinctive jewelry to Morgan Road Baptist BARGAIN CENTER. US-301 e
Jp'ec. m receiving MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE 964-5606. Op.n 7 day. chain mower blade hollow home decor and gift at a Church. 12/17 tfn So., 9646679. 2/5 tIn

Channels 30 S 47 HOME PARK mobile home weekly. TFchg ground and balanced. lady Lloyd Home Fashion 530 CASE TRACTOR Heavy DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN

782-3577 and space for rent. AXLES A TIRES 2 axle -f4 Leave at Jackson Building Show. For more Information duty Industrial with loader SOUSE 301 South. L UREA.TY

am 7 pm Recreational vehicle tire. We pick-up. $100; Supply In Slarke, Keystone call 964-6279 after 3p.m. and grade-box. Excellent 964.6740. We buy and sell ,i
12/3 tin welcome. Phone 4682912. You deliver $125. Olin. Height or lake Butler 2/1B Itpd 2/25 f' condition, $7500.00, used furniture and op.

TFchg Mobile Home Sale. Hwy. TFchg INCOME TAX SERVICE 4734417. 1/14 tfn ... 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED m
YARD SALE HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng 100 W Starke. 9645606. ALCOHOLICS ANONY. William. Bookkeeping, SNAPPED CORN $125 p.r TV'S: Colors 'I ITrod..ln' "1' PHONE 964-7776
room TV, and air. TFchg MOUS: 964-7189. ton. Wainwright Farms. starting at $100.00. CECELI1TERWILUMfl

Is SALE and Underwood Motel 3 mile CASH PAID for aluminum Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. WILL BABYSIT: In my home Starke, Fla. Phone after 7 welcome. Phone 205 N. Temple, StarkeITS
BARN Friday tfn
North of Starke on Hwy. can. 21<*. Copper brass TFchg Good care, hot meals lots p.m.. 964-6306. 964-7835. 9648212.611
Saturday. Furniture, 301. 10/9 tfn and batteries. H & R Block SEWING MACHINES of love. 749 S. Orange St 2/11 2tchg 2/18 COME SEE US AT THE HOUSEOP

desks/tools: clothe (baby MOBILE HOMES Highway 16 office, 31) S. 6th St.. Mac- REPAIRED. All make Mnday thru Fridays, 6 a.m.til DRYER Electric heavy duty BARGAINS In Lawtey. INCREDIBLE I II
and adult). some dishes. Full line of clothing: WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH
cleaned oiled and ad. PEOPLE
and Call
Hwy. 16 and 225. clenny. Florida. Call 6 p.m. 1 1'/. years old. $175. 409 N. I
motorcycle lots of other Clean! Call 4681323. 3/12 2596992. 1/07 tInMotorcycle '1oI..d. $15. Work 2/18 21pd 2/25 Orange St. 2/11 21pd 2/18 children and adult at -
things; 301 South across tfn guaranteed. James THE FIRST CHRISTIAN HAY for bargain price 10/22 tfn SPECIAL
Very good quality
from 'Indian River fruit 3 BR. 1 BA LIVING ROOM, Strickland corner MorganRd. CHURCH offers you on opportunity cattle and horses. Clifford NEW BUILDINGS AT FAC GENEVA LAKE ESTATES energy efficient
.tond, r.d barn look for dining room & kitchen and Hwy 16. TFchg to have your 9647145. TORY. All part accounted &
2/11 Martin phone home. Atmosphere qutet dignity
tfnURSWED All structural steel
gn. central heat and air. In CHAIN LINK FENCE: Install family portrait made. You carries
409 N. 1980 SUZUKI SSOLt Mint 2/11 4ichg304BLUEBERRY full Circle driveway 3BR. 2BA.
Orang. Hampton. Phone 4681779. con ed. Free estimate Handy. will receive an 8x10 color factory guorant.e. charm.
& GRAPE plants.
St. Riding rnower. chainsaw ((1st months rent in advance dition. Only 4,600 mile. Man Fence Co. 9648559. portrait In a lovely frame Prices reasonable. Varying Buildings 10,000 square ,$65.000 VA mortgage. 37826. 8'/ % Int.
electric dryer andother Call 782-3420 or 7823987. f..t to the smallest 1,200
; .))5/7 tfn for only $7.95. Call B.cky with size and age and Bradford Villa offer new concept In lifestyle with low
items. feet. sell immediately.
.misc. Itpd HOUSE FOR RENT. 3 TYPEWRITER REPAIR: Call at 964-7147 after 4 square -
p.m. .
COMMERCIALPROPERTY quantity purchased.Longneckers Will sell maintenance adult housing offering charm comfort ft '
3/18 bedroom 2 baths, CH/A, the Office Shop. 110 W. 2/18 2tchg 2/25 Earlton. cheap.
near with ;:
limi-FAMILYi Everything Call toll free quality together energy efficiency.
Call St., Stark., for details,
from ''antique to junk. no children no pets. $325 See signs. 475-1151. 2/11 1.800.248.0065 or ** ** ** * ;'
9645764. tfn.
month. First and lost ''
Iwalnuf! side-by-side: oak per months rent In advance GLASS CUT TO ORDER PhotographerCall 4tchg 304REFRIGERATOR 18002480321. Ext. 777. NEW LISTINGS I

I furniture; dry.r: bunk plus cleaning deposit. Call BRADFORD MINI Door, window, etc. : runs good. 1/21 & 2/11 pd Silver Lake. 13' on water by 325' fenced w/gate. Neat 4 ,

beds: :China; good glass: 964-7347 or 5332157. 1/21 WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX JACKSON BUILDING SUPP. Joe Sappat Call 9646303. 2/11 2tpd MOBILE HOME POLES 100 BR, 2 BA. Ha Ig. metal bldg. for boat workshop. Paved ,

rugs: ;pouches; old time tfn for sale. 80 pet. LY, 964-6078. Order also 2/18 amps. $135; 200 amp road. 46000. ::

clock: Wishes: lots of odds'n LAKEFRONT RENTAL) 2 BR, 1 owner financing availableat taken In Lake Butler 964.8149 WASHER & DRYER: can be S225. Call anytime, 7.99 Acres on Farsythe Rd. 14' x 60' MM m.tol b arn, .?

ends. Sot. only. 9 a.m. til BA on Crosby Lake. Par. 11 pet. 1'/. acres with 496-3079 and Keystone portable or permanent 964-6365 Spark. 10/2911n pecan peach ft apple trees. Grapevine. 38000.
6:00 12.x10Vi ft.
5 pmj 417 E. Weldon St. tially furnished. One yrs. room for expansion. Phon. Height, 4734973. 2/26 After pm $450; GAS HEATERS: gas stoves: Lots 63 ft 65 on Cypress St. Crystal Lake Hamesites. Lake
Follow sign from US.301 owner. 4732735. 9/24 tfn tfn. brownton. finished room electric stove, misc. fur. $4.900 each.
lease$225 mo. Welgel Call access.
per size $75.
and R.16 Intersection. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK rug niture; lamps. Call
Realty, Inc., 282-S201 1/28 218QU..RTERHORSE .
473-3402. Itpd
He tig 2/18 tin MISCELLANEOUS'BAKERS SERVICE Bradford County HOMES Geldingand 964 6365. 10/29 tn' ,. new brick :3 BR, 2 BA home In CannerlyEstates.

HREE FAMILY Yard Solo. NICE ROOMS FOR RENT residential pump-out, FOR SALE Shetland Gelding. Call FIREWOOD: White oak and Fireplace, appliances. Excellent Insulation.
Thurs thru Sat Feb. 18-20 $50. We also re-lay drain pine. $5 per truckload, .
Colored TV and air. $40 Luxurious brick home near Club. Lot of
per Country
LP GAS INC) Family 9648741. After 6 call
9am. til ?? Washing Oak 4x4's, $30 half cord.
line Phone 964-8121
machine small kitchen week and up. Wall to wall owned and operated. W. LOVELY CEDAR HOME. 3 BR, 7823184. Itchg 2/18 Call Sunshine Acres, storage. 3 BR, 2 BA, well designed. Priced right.
appliances 5/28
tapes records. carpet. Call 9649992 ask strive to give better price TFchg.PROFESSIONAL Car CleanIng 2 BA with large rooms TILLER: 5 h.p. Good shape. 964-7699 or come out between Stunning 4 BR. 2'/. BA brick home w/pool. deck paved

clothes' of all sizes carpet for Jan. 2/04 4tpd 2/25 and service We rent or Service. Cleaned Fireplace. 12x20 screened Not very old used very lit- 9:30: a.m. and 2:30: drv'wy study. LR. FR w/flreplace on 1 ac. overlookinggolf

iron and tape magnetic CB to niuf'I sell tanks and furnish washed glazed porch. Privacy garden. .. $250. Call 9645193. p.m. and well load for course. Appliances. 2S30 sq. ft.

antenna. Lots of misc.ltems.517 cylinder. We solicit vacuumen sanitized and Many extras One yr. old. Itchg 2/18 you. 1/28 tfn Magnificent Ig. home Country Club Estates. 3 BR, 3 BA

:; N. Orange St. < BR, 1 BA home, cent.4JH customers who own their deodorized. $7.00 pick-up Assum. mortg. 11 '/. % NEW BUILDINGS at factory.All CHINA CABINET: Like new 'HUGE FR w/flreplace on 2 lot.

Itpd 218 1 mi. north of tank. Call 2596810. Mac. and delivered or your after 5 PM. 4737059. 1/21 parts accounted for. All never been used. $400. Conventional home Geneva Lk. Estates 5 BR, 2'"i BA,

Starke. $250/mo. first/ clenny; 782-3349 Lawtey. place. Call 9647226. ask 12% INTEREST with no structural steel carries full Call 964.7025 after 6 p.m. sunken FR w/flreplace: LR; DR; 3/4 oc. wooded lot, pv'd

::: ::" CARS& ast plus $150 cleaning MOBILE for D.nnl..12/10 tfn money down. if you own factory guarantee. :2/11: 3tchg 225ARGENTINEBAHIA drv'wy. excellent financing.
: FAMILY HAIItDESIGNERS your own lot. Call Bob Har. Buildings 10.000 square hay. LAKEFRONT
L- TRUCKS deposit. evenings: HOMES ris. Save Thousands) If feet to the smallest 1,200 Highly fertilized. No rain. Tropical lot on beautiful Lake Geneva. Only' S24.200.

: -964-87P2-__. _- 144 W.Call St. your total Income Is under square feet. Must sell im J.M. Edwards. 964.5379. Cute ft cozy board and batten cottage on Lake Brooklyn.

= l IWfjf; DATSUN 510: 4-door IN LAWTEVt 3 BR home.. $250 FOR SALE 964-7303 $15,000 per year w. have mediately. Will sell cheap. SOFA ft MATCHING CHAIR: Home on crystal clear Silver Loke. Pretty lot.

:::: %.speed. Radio and heater per month first and last in Open some 4% money for you. Call toll free $50: two complete beds Custom built 2-sty. home on Little Ik. Santa Fe 2 Ac.

= 'ttaw; lire.. Run good. advance, plus security 1970 TIFFANY) 12x65 two T. W. & F 9 til 5:30: AFFORDABLE HOMES 1 1-800-248-0065 or $50 each. 7823239. 2/11 I Bedford Lk.-Owner fin. Lg. home w/30x40 ft. garage
=: )(?$. $875.00 CASH. Thurs. It til 7 1.800.248.0321 Ext. 777. 2tpd 2/18
deposit. Call Janet M. bedroom 1 bath air am 9645533. 2/04 3tpd 2/18 w/effic. 120 ft. on water. :
:= :fall 473.4508. Itpd 2/18 Starling R.altor.782.3931. washer & dryer. Good con- Set. 9 am ill 3 PM SAMPSON CITY AREA On Itpd 2/18 S-V GALV. ROOFING: BUY NOW ft PROFIT LATER .,
rr?. .FORD F-150 FOR SALE: Farmall) Cubb "' $5.70
4x4l 64.20 74.95 -
= : 2/11 tfn ditlon. Bargain at Appolntm.ntlNot one acre lot. Could be 3 or with ; ; ; OWNER FINANCING. In lawtey. 3 BR. CH/A. approx.
iJ built .351 Tractor, runs good, 107.20 1T-$7
custom 9'$6.45
= !'p.eld. Always Necessary ; ; ;
KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS $4500.00. Call 496-2247 4 Br frame house. A/C gas 1500 sq. ft. stucco home on 1 ac., pv'd. dr 'wy. garage.CommercialISO1 .
= iQ veland, header, lift, BRADFORD GARBAGE SER. some equipment 9.S: I2'-S8.70. All sites
for rent at low after 6 Itchg 2/11 heat 20000. Contact on Hwy. 301. Owner financing.
== 11tm. roll bar. p.m. $1600.00. 964 8503 alter 4 picked Jacksonville.We .
mags. weekly rate*. Call Temple 12x60 MOBILE HOME. Phone VICE) We pick up twice a David Jones. 964-7025 up. B09 N. Westmoreland-Nearly new. Assum
{ .. Low 4tchg 2/19 3/11 manufacture. Call toll m1g.
;:: JIOt; :-rn"" mileage.UjOOOnegoliable. week. $6 month. Call p.m.
::::: : Call Motel 96-01.7357.2/18 EOW 964-8752 after 6 p.m. 2/18 9646167. per anytime. 1/21 alter 6 PM. 2/11 3tpd 2/25 LADIES BIKE New. $50. Call free 18003422702. 2/11 Excellent commercial prop. Many uses. Approx. lac. "

;; ? 'eaafter,: 5 p.m. Itpd TWO BEDROOM central HOUSE 2tpd 2/25 GOODMAN CAR WASH) BY OWNER: 2 BR framehouVe. 964-5504. Itchg 2/18 3tchg 225&USTRALIAN w/ISS ft. on 301. Steel bldgs. Extras too numerous to list..

-= :we: -. '_ heat refrig.and, carpet. gas No 12x56. 2 BEDROOMS: Unfur. Wash wax and vacuum Remod.led like '74 MAVERICK parts for sale. SHEPHERD X Commercial lot with 120 ft. on US-301. Good buyl!

( ;'MiRCURY; MONTEGO $225 laundry room.plus nished. 3000. Cell (inside and out), $15. Corner news On 1'/< ac Mostly Call 964-7189 2/18 2tchg collie?? One yr old. He Large CB Home an 20 ac. SR. I. Sacrifice. Make Offer.
pets. mo
f-frt("; 303"v-8'automatic. months deposit per Call 964-6553. ltchg218HELP SR.16 and 301. Signal pal) lled, carpet. SR-127 has tome training on Geneva lake Estates-Beautiful woodeds ac. lots.

0c:00.: 1011064-5747... .. .. 96-01.5944.2/18 2tchg 2/25 Station. 964-8283. 2/04 tfn on.+alf miles from 110. MOBILE HOMf horses: is good with Clean neighborhood w/rolllng hills. Tennis courts.
in8'r. SHOP FOR RENT 108 E. CallSt. Will DO TYPING In my Reduced to $14,000. For''' r "chirdrei"ond..has" shots.. 7TH Day Advent.Jurch. Rd. 230 A.
:: CONVERTIBLE: For worm Ideal for pawn shop. WANTEDInformation home. Reasonable rate more' Information call SERVICE:
weolher. fun. 1973 Flat Rent negotiable. Call Call 7823716. 2/11 2tchg 12752153. 2/11 4tpd 3/04, 100 *Mpr fence or acreage. $15. Call Bessent Rd.3 BR. 2 BA. Great location.

:: SportvConvertible. Body 96-01.7189.2/18 2tchg 2/25 ALASKANand 3/18 I OWNH( FINANCED 10% In- 9645078. 2/11 2tchg 2/18 Acreage-Davis St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer pork
:: and: n1Iln. In very good FOR RENT: Two ((2)) Sleeping OVERSEAS on employ GENERAL REPAIR. WORK, terest. 3 bedroom CB : : *; FOR SALEt New Loveseot 334 N. Myrtle-Convenient and reasonable. 3

; cond tl n. 'Michelin tire*. room with refrigerator. ment. Excellent Income Carpentry roofing and home In Stark. Central 200 AMP and Choir $125. Call '5 Acres near Hampton. Well elec. pole, septic tank.

.: Orange w/black Interior Underwood Motel North potential. Call ((312)) painting Call 7823669. heat AC laundry. attach. ..." "'235; '9646960. Itchg 2/18 4.7B Acres an 230A and Wilson Rd. J
: asking 1500. Call 2/11 TWO FREEZERS: one upright.
301. Itchg 2/18 7419780. Extension 4258. 2tchg218EXPERIENCED ed garage fireplace ex Call -40 Acres N.w River. Hloh and rolling.
.: 964.6280 or after 5, call house Anytime e mo, old. $200 still -
tras. 20% Realtor Asioclotes After HoursWayne
1/28 4tchg 2/18 down 35000. -
: 964.8224. Itchg 2/18 Classified Ads painter. Internal and Ex. 4SMUT WaU. under warranty.
THREE HOURS Saturday and 17267651. 4tpd E. Douglas Broker-Salesman 964.6593
Get ResultsFOR ternal. Good rea.onobl.and Freeter/lcebox
Sunday mornings each 2/18-3/11-4/1-4/22 combln.d.1 Fred Sackett Broker-Salesman e 468-1664 7
honest work. With $225. A/C under
; RENT) Small trailer week. Call 964-7963 after 5p.m. Lillian Pearson Broker-Salesman 964-5318
LOSTFOUNDIOST good reference Call Ilk. n.w, $250. Call
completely retained, ltchg218OPENINGS NOTICE Martha Dorko-782-3397
Byron Terwlllejor-964-7776
964-6971. Mod 2/18 '964-5540 or 964-5448 ask 3
suitable for on. or two Auto mechanic- Nelson-475-1677 \
: Morning Sun Health for Janice, only. Can be AnneTevwlli.ga
: Small brown female people. Underwood Motel experienced; receptionist- Mary Kay Food Store seen at 011,,'. Trailer Park. -
dog. Has slight limp. North 301.FURNISHED SamlTruellDrlvers ..
good typist/bookkeeping: has new hours Itchg 2/11 Coles Roofing
2 BR
Answers to name of apartment Attorney-member of Flo. CosmeticsLouise or Heavy Equfpme.nl FRAME HOUSE: 2 bedroom M
'Tammy." Lost In vicinity of downstairs. Stove refrig, Bar. Contract low/sale Monday Friday 1-5 pm .0.|..nt n Sun leusyTM.FfM with fireplace. You Move. & WaterproofingNew
SIM 25 DuPont Rd. and and carpet. $100 deposit Starling Sutler Cltlzi :
experience. Working Class Call 9648122. Itpd
US.301 at Lowtey. Call $185 per mo. 404 N. CherrySt. 473-3092 10% Pit an VItamIns 1100-J4J 144Contracting
Call 9648944. Itchg Heroes Emp. Service, I IEyes. :" 11I RECOVERY : Reroofing

I 782.3912 Itpd! .. 2/18 2/18 4734472. Itchg 2/18 & Weekends Mobile Homes I Carpentry' Work' ROOM Shingles Buildup _

.I Glen Nettles & The Recovery Room of Cool Seal

,1-- Moved.I. I Arthur Masters Lake City Local' Out. All type of repairs

[Local or statewide Archi. Tanner Funeral State License 8

:moves. Set-up &: confections Iqulp. 'II ..'Free Estimates Home. FREE Estimates
Ilt-- Union County Ads ; done. Call Hospital quip. ;.-Low Prices 964-5757 Storke. Fl. 964-7322 964-6064 IK

1-462-4587 evenings. Camping .qul -Excellent References

I Garden Equip. 964-5139 or 964-5882 -

hi-, .. SERVICES Shop &. Compare!! ttJ.OfottOttEN't FOR SALE 4

*BEDROOM, 3 BATH 1981 ELCAMINO: 8.500 194 FORD chad Self-
CB7BRICK HOME: With ex- miles AC. PS, PS, AM-FM CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES: contained. V.ry good con Special Insurance for J.\\.5 e Llmerock e Income property with extra large home In country I

ltd large swimming pool. 8 track tinted windows Free estimates. Local ditlon. $1500.00. Call I Mobile Home Parks 964-8&01 A.1 Top Soil ee I setting. Near SR-16. 2 miles East of Hwy. 301, Owner I 7eiM

landscaped yard severalout radial tires excellent con distributes for completely 496-2247 after 6 p.m. ItchgWANTED' "All types of homeowners 50'M.., I finance, must see to appreciate. Included rental I II xai
buildings. with 2.5 dition. Assume payments. washable nationally U.S. DralnfleU Rock ee I house next door and also trailer lots to rent on back of I
acre*.' located on SR 18 Phon. 496-3113. I Itchg advertised Gardsette policies You HH A Lawn Sand eC I property GREAT OPPORTUNITY.
2 ACRES: $25,000 at 1/3 I mobile homes.
Worthington Springs. Draperies. SAW Enterprises. I : NAMI 9
fawner finance, Call down 8.5 percent Interest. Ed or Loma MOBILE HOMES WANTED: Call for Quote *1 IT WIHAVUI'T. Building Sand JANES. USHER
476-3625 after 7 p.m. TFN Also yard sale, everythinggoes 4962219. Will pay cosh for your used Fin 9ft
Stephen. .
!2i<4;' starting Thursday 5/I/80TFN. mobile home. Ray Powell Olin's Mobile Any amount 496.2126 496-2903
2. SOO'X32f CHICKEN noon until Sunday afternoon YARD SALE Start Thursday 4963377. TFN 4/16.. Home Sales I S.A.TOwnsend Dalvered or U-haul
(HOUSES: Metal tin 9' Leamon 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues I 360 W. Main St., lake Butler Flo. I

(treated post all equipment Woters.1 tchg 2/13. until everything gone. No FORRENTTYPEWRIUEIS I Elaine M. Olin, Agent. I Ph. 782-3172. "Your Union.County Realtor"

: and lumber. $1500.00 Sunday (ale*. Lots of antique 964-5606 ABan E. Taylor Day'-"-- Night ,8

;par house. Phone 496.3625 *. Glassware old sewing IIli ,
;.alter.7 p.m. TFN 2/4. rocker old walnut MACHINES FOR ":" """"-- -ERegister -- -

1943 FORD TRACTOR And folding chair with needlepoint 15.
RENT Union County Times,
!air Extra good .seat old spinning
SW 2nd Ave.. lake Oil & Gas
:'condition. Phone 4962327. LOOKING FOR a special wheel planter cup/ 83 S&d(4 Wvll
Butler We also repair of. Jane
:;3tchg 2/11 2/182/25. piece of properly If I saucer plate .collection tice machine Phon. ? 308 S. Thompson Street
1 don't have it. I'll find It-Just few cut glass. some Drilling

JEEPS: CARS. PICKUPS from ask....JANE S. USHER. Norlta..... Nippon lots of 496-2261 tion. TFN for 10/1.more Informa Realtor V 964-5888 j. !: . I
j $35. Available at local REALTOR 496-2126 or silverplote pieces. SR-100
Gov'f'Auctions. Direcfory 004-782-3931 2"thl-116" :
For 496.2903. eve*., "Your lake Butler. Across from -
'call 805-687-6000 Ext. Union County Realtor tfn Union General Hospital. Available Feb. 21 3 IW COUNTRY en 2 ac. 3 8ft,' I'/. BA. perfect garden space. Fast Rotary -

: M6 Call refundable. 4tpd FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE Itpd 2/18. bedroom 1 both on 1 acre. |$44.500. '- -I LP Gas e Fuji r.Oil. 9
:' '182/25 3/4 3/11. NEEDSColl: Venera Brown of land. Garden spot utility SOMITHINODSFFEUNT In a home In Strawberry Acres. | Drilling Equip. 9

PRESSER, VANITY. DBL-BED: 496-3022 Sandy Hozen buildings, on HWY 100. 4 I You ewe II re y.uneWio look. Home, Delivery Cash;" & Carry: State LIcensedPumps .

j I Frame call springs and 496.3994 eve or Gerrl Lennon Social Security 1/2 miles E of Lake CLOSE TO HOPlttOne acre homeslfe. $6,000. . . . . .
i I| mattress. In good condlI 496-3140. Tiffin and Disability' ClaimsBeen t Butler-l7S per month plus LOVELY HOME for ret.' cevpfe. Scrn'd. porches fenced [D)

:I Hon. $50 firm. Phone 'Owen Inc. Realtor Rt. 2 ecurlty deposit. Phone [yd., workshop. More $43,000. .
: 4962351. Itchg 2/18. Box 788. Lake Butler. FL. denied or discontinued 496-2842 Itchg 2/18. SlM COUNTRY e Ac..' 510.200:10 Ae.-$33.000; 30 Ac. Martin and Perfection Hea'ters. . . . . .--

: tfn chg. 8/6. ? Expert help' no IS3I.OOO. lef. lewfey eree. i wells, $3.300 New & Used

NEVER USED DINING TABLE JOHN' K. IANGFORD fee unless we win your For Rent I NICE I BR home en lovely free-shaded lot. $23.500. SalesePartseService 3EZ
[PERFECT MOBILE HOME SITE IP Ac., barn end mere.
Associate claim. l-264-98 a
:, With 2 leaves, 4 side ((496.3814)) with AAA Real $30. REWARD ).77 ACRES WITH lovely 3 aft. 3 BA mobile home CH4A en- STROUT REALTY, INC. TermsPlumbing':
chairs china cabinet anti.
4 . . 7
Estate Agency 752-0577 on- ly 33000. Lorraine Champion. Broker
: ;que/white, cost over $1800 WANTED FOR MICNAELLCOONEY .
: 'r; ow* $750, matchingOsrierdryer and.* referral nationwide' since service affiliating HELP Good Tenants fteelfer As.e lefe. Home "". ."<27 _ 838 N..Tempi* Ave. ,-

: :>> lets thanne with Independent $100 PER WEEK Port.Tim.at If have IP.. O.; DAWfR M Hwy. 301 S. tAWTEY. M 3205 s..'....' Phone '64-ltll Or' .
a Job
: you Bteady "
;$ year old cost over$800
New InstallationRemodeling I'
America' Realty Evening 473-3OV6
Realty Marketing Service. home. Webster and
i now'$450. side by side 'good credit refer
SlmI TFN 24.FOR foremost dictionary, com '-. .. . '. . Repairs '
: refrigerator $250. ences, we'U knock $10 .. --- -- . . .
SALE 4.S ACRES: need home worker "We Pickup, Butchur, Chill Cut and Wrap" . .
I ,('1 n'king bed used 3 pany each off your first,third ,212-Beouliful brick 3 BR.: 2, 8A home. REDUCED.
located on SR245. Union to update local'moiling .
: rponths-$250. wood table
and filth months rent Assumable mortg. Must see to appreciate. Make op- DmrrancePUMP
Owner will lists. All
County. experience
I w/4)) chair $143 dinette't'6hairs finance. 1.70 acre locatedon .unneceisary. Call when paid on .time to 'polntment todayl 69900. . . . .,. f,

i $114 bed recllnerSS"bunk $150. SR-239, Union County.For 17168455670. Ext. 6005. help us celebrate opening : 1204-4 BR. 2$50,000.1)32Building BA brick.. Walk Id everything Assumable &

details call mortgage. .
of second
bedroom suite$300. our phase
queen SUPPLY
I Maine. Real Estate, tile (100'xUr). Lak. access, only $2500
boys bedroom suite $225. (f rental units. '
with $600 down.
gTrls'! bedroom suite $225, Realtor' 496-3978. 1 tchg LOST' IDS COMPANY
coffee end tables 2/18. Finis Mobtls Honw' VBjje 1146-Put your Mobil. Ham. here) 4 lot to .choose ". '.. . . .
'roo"' w/2 suite Black & White, Bird It SR 121 at East from the P,,n to the Pen from. Lake access. $2500.. Terms -

$2oo.;:*ofo living$95.room hlde-a-bed INSURANCEMAINES Bull dog mixed.. Near Lake Butler city limits' ,W. met<..it tI.r.., fo( Yew f21l-REDUCED- Ac. Farmette. Low down. 804 N.

$rOO, washer $150. double Oak Grove Church. Answers Phone 498-2368 7-8 pm. 4206-Acreoge-Good location. Terms. TempleStarke Ave.

bed $60. twin bed $43. color INSURANCE AGENCY to Spot.' Family for details or drop by St. let Us Work With You In'SellingWE Fl.
: 10 S. Lak. Ave., Lake 216 I. Washington Open Mondey Seturdey44eTlf . . . :
TV$173. upright freezer afternoon for applicatlon t t ', ,
Reward offered any ARE
Pet ,.
I .
Butler, 496-3978.CompleteInsurance Sled:.. ,Ie,.,. 120ft "
$200 710-stove, Providence$125. ,Phone Service. TFN 49S-2355 and viewing tin THE GREATEST TEAM IN EARTH I 964-7061
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t I VI i Page 10B February 18. 1982. :

t ; Judge: Green Raises FSP Inmate Cap as Prison'' Population Soars :

\ is in the capacity\ 22,892 and the latest alternatives incarceration, carcerated inmates. There were but
i i Circuit Judge R. A "Buzzy" Green According to Superindentent C. G. The Department process of imum to prison
raised the to Strickland, Jr., capital improvement expanding several existing facilities, male total Is 22,091. The maximum Included is the expansion of community 14,130 in 1975 and the current count
I population capacity 1,097
prison in the entire which work release centers and additional already is near the 23,413 estimate for
Friday, Feb. 12, at a hearing where projects should be completed at FSP has opened ont new during the capacity system ,
I prison officials told of improved this summer. Renovation of gymnasium past year and is in the process of architectural Included two institutions housing probation and restitution' 1982. In addition to caring for incarcerated :
: \ officer lurnover lighting has essentially been and other planning workon females is 21,560.) center. inmates, the Department)
security improved -
center in institution-Florida State started the fiscal supervises more than probationers
\ mental-health and closed-circuit a new reception Dade One The state 1980-81 50,000
rate and of completed a new
I. program.progress a television monitoring system and County. Additionally, Wainwright Prison-has 100 empty single cells as a year this past July 1 with 19,722 in ( and parolees. "
has asked for legislative approval for result of an order of Circuit Judge R.
j FSP has a designed for other communications equipmenthave
capacity .
additional prison facilities. Gov. Bob A, Green, Jr., who has refused
1,180 which was cut to a population of been installed and are opera-
Graham is supporting this request Department pleas to permit the INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED
750 by an order front Judge Green in tional. By June a wing which could
I October, 1980. He stated problems of house 96 mental prisoners will be There were 23,281 incarcerated inmates prison to be filled to is design capacityof
Short Form $7.50 Long Form $15.00 +
and prolonged violence as ready. Installation of steel bar petitions in the state system at the end of 1,180 inmates. up
security the first week of 1982, and the DC In addition to seekig funding for ad-
reasons foi Ills( decision based on a outside cell doors in four prison Frank Young Accountant
lawsuit fi.cd, by the public defender'soffice housingwings, for correctional of Secretary pointed out that the crunchis ditional major prison facilities the
That office cited unconstitu- ficers' protection should be com especially critical in facilities housIng Department is advocating additional 964-5139 Hwy. 301 N.. Starke
male offenders where the max facilities for programs which are
tionallly violent conditions due to inadequate pleted by August.A
-- staffing At that time a problem for the prison officials at
panel of prison experts was appointedto this time Is the rapid rate at which the
study conditions at FSP. Judge prison population is growing. In
Green ruled after he studied the January there were 23,281 inmates in is i f
panels recommendations. the state system at the end of the first /
In March, 1981 Judge Green week of 1982. The capacity the entire i '
acknowledged improvements at FSP system is 21,560.Deparlment .
and increased the capacity: to 1,000. 1 )
Judge Green said no further court of Corrections _
hearings would be necessary, that he Secretary Louis L. Wainwright noted "
would cent inue to keep tabs on the improvements that the agency has warned of the I IIJJ" --_ ,
at FSP and when he was continuing upswing in inmate population J : ;r WKW; ''V-.y;:
satisfied he would lift entirely the and noted "we are doing f
population capacity and relinquish everything within available means to I p
jurisdiction. This was in agreementwith provide for this upprecedented In-
the office of the public defender. flux,"

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from page

grader, and Jeremy; a third grader PO
for the crew cut, Coach Graves didn't both at Keystone Heights Elementaryschool SAV E I
' have a haircut policy," he explained looked on as he looked throughthe
while thumbing through a 1968 foot program, recognizing names and
2G A
: ball program. "That's"just the way I faces from the 1968 team; collegiate SAVE i 2/52 1 1
wore it in those days. friends that Jack still sees so 1
every I 1 tt>t ,
r The crew cut has given way to a often. .rQi ti
more stylish length that almost Eckdahl is currently the chairmanof I 1.7QI!
covers the ears. the Title 1 Advisory Board at '
But that may be the only thing different Keystone Heights. He briefly described I Stick em up...
r about Eckdahl. Still trim, he the program, in its' first year tim 1 I
;; may be a few pounds lighter than his there, as "a good one, designed for I flUIDMASTER.I td" with
i football playing weight, listed in the the students who were previouusly I I ni
'68 program as 184 Tbs. That, he attributed neglected by the school system in the I i i.Nqls MACCCTLiquid SAVE *3.871 I
; to his current passion: past; the gifted student as well as theless Flush
i marathon running. apt student. It sees that needy
I I -'- Primo Tan Grain
"That's one of the accomplishments students get one-on-one attention, and Nails
I I'm the most proud of, helps parents understand their kids : Valve : Cowhide Work Gloves
:.. hesaid. "Icamein7,466'thintheNew more. He pointed out that Keystonegets I 1
York City Marathon last year, so the smallest amount of the coun- 1
Shorter and Bill Rogers will never ty's resources allocated for the pio- I 5.69 VALUE I ConstructionAdhesive / 11.75 VALUE 788 1
have about It
to worry me in a race.
gram. .....
I With I I I
was a gratifying experience
One might expect that the den in the c w""
"I run to stay in shape," he said. home of an ex-Gator QB would be I Easy to install Permits simple I I ball and tape fastener: I
"But I didn't train for the marathonas Adjustable
I chock full of football memorabilia, I I 1 tanned for pliability 1
hard as I should have.The last fouror but this Is not the case with the adjustment of water level for fnost 4
five miles,I swore I would never do Eckdahls. I efficient flush. strength.
No balls MACCO
it again, but after it was finished, I were to be seen trophies; no jersies or game or team L..I 1.95 VALUE L_____________..I
knew I was okay. I'd like to run in one pictures. "But we never miss a home
or two a year now game" said Jack. "Football or UPO UPO
Jack's children Lance; a sixth basketball" ..A!ails


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