Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 25, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04251
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,decreasing Mostly cloudiness Sunday is the 4-day weather prediction from the I . . . .Pag S...7A V
Florida Forest Service Headquarters on SR-100 west of Starke. Sport.. . .. . .roaN .12A t s.
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and high getting close to the 80's under the midday sun. Cerro..ndonc.. . .. .Pag 10 i
Last rain was .43 Inches Feb. 18. February rainfall is over 50 percent
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103rd: Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
30th Issue Thursday. February ZS. 1982 LISPS 062-700

$1.29: Million Reno, Renovation; Nears Completion ."

"I tell you, Reno Is gonna come out of this project in good shape,*'says Com"The city would haver have done it...would never have had the money to do The construction crew, among the few working in the currently depressed
munity Development Coordinator Jerry Wadsworth. it;" Wadsworth added. building industry has now got the wooden structure exposed down to the basic
V framing, readying it for insulation, sealing and a new roof and flooring
What Wadworth is talking about is that$1,290,000 In federal Housing and Ur The city has a grant committment of$330,000 for 1982, but it has not yet been "You don't see wood like this any more," said Wadsworth, himself a
ban Development (HUD) monies have been spent in a 7-block target area for funded. Right now, Wadsworth is uncertain if it will be funded or if the state builder, rubbing his hand over a heart pine ceiling joist.
the mostly black section of northeast Starke In the past four years. 1978;79,80, will funnel out the money in the way it has been done as Florida takes over the Looking at the extensive amount of work on the Moore house, Wadsworthsays
and 81. The city Is in the final stages of administering the 1981 HUD program grants under President Ronald Reagan!*program to return control. of govern he doesn't see how Ely is making. any money on the project.
totaling $340,000. ment to the states. *' 'Are you making any money on it? Ely was asked.
under in the$340,00( HUD grant for 1981 is the$14.000 hesitation.
renovation without
48 homes will have been, completely renovated, brought up to city code; way "No, the contractor replied,
water and fire protection and sanitary sewers extended to much of the Reno of the 2-story Margaret Moore house on North Street. Contractor is Jerry $184,000 of the'81 grant went to rehabilitate 19 homes. Builder George Holli-
area. Ely. day is just finishing up the renovation of the Charles Barnes home on Lamar

Street,where newly remodeled homes done with the federal HUD project line
__ ._ __w_ ''fInJr.ft: "' 'a the block on both sides.In .

the 1981 grant a $79,000 contract was awarded to Master-Links, Inc. of
Middleburg to install water mains on Oak, Ida, Pine, Estelle, Old Lawtey
Road, Cooper Road, Hall, Larry, Calvary, and North Streets. $98.000 of the '81 w
has been allocated to public works, and some alternates have not yet
project n awarded, Wadsworth said Monday as he took a Telegraph reporter on a ]
tour of the project.
The '80 grant also includes $100,000 for the paving of Pine Street, from
Brownlee to North Street; Keller Street, from Brownlee to North, Pine from ...
Ida to Reba and in a bridge crossing on North Street which was a one lane.
Also in 198019 homes were redone for $185,000, and the RJE gym was com-
pletely rewired and new plumbing installed, new basketball goals installed
and the locker rooms painted in an additional $15,000 project,
1 ,Pw, In the $300,0001979 grant 17 homes were rehabilitated at a cost of $150,000
I } Cooper Road, Mary Street, part of Chestnut. Oak St. from Chestnut to Ida, ft f P
Crum St. from Old Lawtey Road tj Pine St., Florida St. from Oak to Pine and
( Old Lawtey Road from Brownlee to Crum Street were paved in a $95,000()()() project
,. and the Jenkins Recreation Center was refurbished at a cost of $15,000.
The rec center is deteriorating now, but in '79 the exterior and interior were
completely repainted, an aluminum screen door installed air-conditioner installed -
L in the office, games and recreation equipment purchased, repairswere
made to the electrical system, doors and windows were replaced,
I suspended ceilings installed, exterior siding repaired decayed flooring
V e replaced and the front
canopy repaired.
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the$300,0001978 project, the first one, $30.000 went to connect 29 homes to
Reno Continues. city sewer service, $55,000 to extending water and sewer facilities to those
Facelift .. t .tip t homes, $30,000 for a new roof and a new basketball court installed in the RJE
gym, and $20,000 went for new bleachers, a concession stand, and lighting for
the baseball field.
continues the facelift of Reno In NE
Progress on four-year the area Starke Biggest amount in 78, $145,000, went to the paving of Tom Hall, Grove Dell,
The North St. home at left above redone under the HUD the
was project one
Keller Jenkins Lamar and Streets and of Pine St.
Calvary, Larry a portion
at right Is stripped down for rehabilitation. The $14,000 project will Include
from North St; to Ida St.
ceiling the outside walls. Insulation in the walls theetrock
Installing new The city first got its foot in the door with an initial HUD project in 1978 Then
painting, new appliances, and bathrooms with modem facllUes.
new the engineers, Don Ruckman and Jim Lucas of Bessent, Hammock, and
Ruckman, successfully wrote and received a three-year committment from
At right, above,Master-Links workmen Tom Marks, Jr., Lavern Marks, HUD for 79, 80, and 81.
Donald Thompson, Bob Stern, and Marion Carter put In 6-inch water mains. Lucas is the project engineer. Jim Bailey is the on site inspector for the

engineering firm. ,
Below left,Is the home of Charles Brown on Lamar Street which was redone] Builders who redid homes in the area are Affordable Homes owned by Bob
by contractor George llolllday. The hornet are brought up to city code. Harris, Longchamp Homes, Gerald Griffis Construction Co., all of Starke,
h gL4 and J.J. Jones bf Gainesville... Longchamp redid a good many homes says
Below right.community development! director Jerry Wadswortli stand In.:.. : 4 Cr a 1 'r'i 'Wadsworth.. .. ,
front of th.Margaret-Moor,home on NwUt 8t. Contractor there I is Jerry Ely.,I IL 'Not everybody wants to work In the renovation projects. Wadsworth say,
L Ills crew working Monday Included James Yeomans, Tommy Edwards, and 7 /:: since many houses were in deplorable and unsanitary condition. -
I Eddie Shlpps. : : ; "It's not the best working conditions in the world,' says Wadworth.
vn +u yp.fare"A ... ._ _.. Under the HUD projects sewer and water service has been extended northto
Cooper Street. It will be up to the alternate bids to take it any further. 3
f Goal of City Councilman Charles Schaefer, the current Utility Commmittee
chairman, is to connect the Reno water lines with existing lines on Market 1

w ,t Road near US-301 to provide a loop, thus increasing pressure.The .
R ,, project also includes funds to clear lots of debns and unsanitary conditions -

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4 'fG Work under the HUD project is restricted to residential renovation and Improvement -
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in the target area on.
,k., r h t : y What Wadsworth is working on now is getting the city to adopt an ordinance 1D
1 r dye "with teeth in it" to force the businesses on Brownlee Street (SR-16) to improve -

their appearance or close up. -
High on Wadsworth's of people who have helped the IIUD project along
is Mrs.Elizabeth Walker,a retired who school teacher and Tekgnph columnist, J7
y who Wadsworth says has been invaluable in explaining the project to the
residents of Reno. Some residents had to be shown how to use the new appliances -
the toilets, and how to apply for their homes to be renovated. D
} Mrs. Walker has been paid at times as an outreach worker, but has been untold -
hours, far beyond anything paid her, easing the way for the improvements -
to be made, Wadsworth stressed.A .
committee of residents meets each month with Wadsworth to work out ''B
any problems. Members are Maurice White, Charles Jackson, Hardwick
Taylor, Charles Cunningham, and, of course, Mrs. Walker.

I Wood .Burning Project Closed Down, Many Questions Remain Unanswered 4 "

Starke's hopes for a wood-burning enlarged several times its present 1'. Associates of St. Augustine has beenpaid I fabricated by Gulf Wood Energy, Inc. office has received no report assessing pients under the grant. This would be
power generator went up in smoke inch size in order to feed enough wood $48,000 on a $49,000 contract for under a contract for $240,000. John the requirement for redesign nor needed, he said, "for the normal audit -
Monday afternoon, Feb. 22, as participants gas into the cylinders, according: to r'converting" the No. 5 unit for use Matthews of Dunnellon is president of any indication that progress has been review and may also be useful for you
in the project met in Mccarty George Graudons, plant manager. with wood gas. Gulf Wood and Gurin is secretary- made toward redesign or other own internal purposes."
Hall at the University of Florida to Other major problems encounteredwere Gurin later obtained used enginein treasurer. engineering requirements necessaryto Not charged against the grant 19
review the project and agree on its obtaining the proper mix of air "iVtoM, which was shipped to During the tests it was found that permit ootainance of final bids for money were 5,540 man hours listed by
termination. and gas and the problem of timing, Starke and is now stored at Crown the amount of gas going into the 1,000 installation implementation Gurin in his report Monday as "man 9
Running out of time and also out of since wood gas burns at a different Lumber Co., but has not been KW No. 9 engine was not sufficient to The project was originally scheduled hours by the plant staff at -
money, and with no hope of solving rate from natural gas and ofl. dismantled to obtain the replacement' obtain the necessary RPMs to activate for completion by October 1982, but $6011 per hour power, direct cost plus ..
the numerous problems Involved in When askedjf the wood gas could: be crankshaft for the city.The shaft can- the generator. After that, it was the deadline was later extended by burden 4647385." Graudons in a
adapting the wood gasifiers to introduced directly: Into the' not be used as is, but will have to be I decided to send a small 150 KW unit, DOE until March 1982. conversation with the
generator designed to run on diesel generator's intake manifold in the adapted to the city's unit. It Is not', used by the city as a standby On February 1, Vincent Aseff, Wednesday questioned this man-hour Tslsiraik 18a
and/or natural gas, the participating necessary larger" quantities, Merrill clear at this point who will pay for generator at the water tower, to Dun- technical monitor for Southern Solaron figure as being excessive and said he
project-promoters agreed, 'Wa've I Dees, Starke utilities director said I these changes, or who paid for the i I neUon for further experimentation.The the project, wrote City Clerk Neil had made no report to Gurin on man saL
reached the end of our rope." this could cause an explosion. engine from Louisiana. bugs were never successfully Tucker requesting information hours spent by plant personnel.
Attending the meeting called by Starke's alternate energy power eliminated and progress there came "regarding your current planning on
project director Robert Gurin of project was funded by a$327,000 grantauthorized From his home in St. Augustine, to a halt in recent months. the wood gasification project" at According to Gurin's "Project Cost
Alternate Energy Advancement, St. by the U.S. Department of I Cox said Wednesday he would hope According to a report by Gurin Starke, noting that "a number of Summary; as of January 1982 major
Augustine' were representatives of I energy in 1980. According to Gurin's I that either he and/or Gurin would dated Feb. 1.1982, a meeting was held delays have taken place beginning in items of expense were: Engine It I
various departments of IFAS (Institute Feb. 1 report, a sum of $22,000 remains receive the remaining parts from this at the power plant 'In Starke in approximately July 1981." Aseff expressed conversion, Don Cox & Associates,
of Food and Agricultural!! unspent, but City Clerk Neil engine after the shaft is removed. It is September, 1981, attended by concern "with the lack of for- $46.000; Technical consultation, -
Sciences) at the University of r Tucker says this Jibe estimated that a new shaft, if the city representatives of IFAS who "in- mal reporting from the City of Starke Univesity of Florida, $8,000; ad-
Florida; Southern Solar Energy! with the amount figurestill in the had to have one made, would cost dicated that a redesign of the gas fuel during the past few months, and with ministrative consultant, Alernative
Center, Atlanta, field representative I! bank and a check Just received from t around $290,000. system would be required prior to the lack of a firm plan regarding the Energy Advancement, $3,000; ,
U.S. Department of Energy; DOE and not yet deposited. Both of The two gasification units were running-testing of the gasifiers in- final phase of activities." He also requested Gasification equipment Gulf Wood, 19o
5tbe: subcontractors Gulf these items together total ,",000, brought here for testing last summer I, stalled on-site by Gulf Wood. a brief financial summary Energy $240,000; installation $8,000;
!: Inc., Dunnellon; and Tucker said.Wbicheverftgure. t.from Dunnellon, where they were "Since that time," Gurin said, "this listing major expenditures and reci total. $305,000.
representative of the Starke utility Is correct, the -
department and power plant.. consensus Monday was that funds on '
In spite of the failure Of the projectto hand would not be sufficient for theextensive ;
Winkler 'is New Assistant Bradford 3
perform its original mission Lance: I research and experimenta- Principal at High

Leonaltla, project director: of the tine necessary to obtain results from .. .
Solar Energy Center sald'.thelgum l I that would have practicall There Is a new face in the halls of' social studies teacner at BHS. In 1969 administration and (feels, at present. 7
produced a good grade of, eject at the Starke plant Bradford High these days. Mrs. Winkler joined the faculty at she is in a learning process, learning rI'i- .
clean gas and expressed hope that, ( still to be settled was For the first time in the school's Southside Elementary as librarianand more each day.Nationally .
others will take the experience: we, "who gets the gasifiers" when the history BHS has a woman assistant media specialist. A native women compose about
nave gained here and build on it." protect is terminated by DOE upon Wlnkler. Georgian but a Bradford resident the 50 percent of high school: faculties but
Those present at the meeting agreed written request of the city, Leonalus Mrs. Winkler a former BItS .. past 23 years Mrs. Winkler has spent only three percent of high school ad- ItI
that the gasifiers would be suitablefor casts doubt on this Important point, English teacher and was the librarian '. P P'Mrs. all but one year of her educationalcareer ministrators are female, Mrs. I
use with boilers or smaller spark-':, I saying he had questioned two DOEIOUJ'eea ''and media specialist at Sant side in this county. Winkler remarks."A !
Ignition engines. and obtained two different Elementary School when she appliedfor : Duties of assistant principal's post woman could and would be ibr't
,One of the main problems en answers-one said the units would be administrative opening at BItS ; at BUS which Mrs. Winkler has accepted helpful, especially when there are >': .
countered on the project was the Inability -, the property of DOE and another said and was appointed. lie mainly in the areas of cur alreadx two male adminstrators (at
to feed enough gas into the heel of Starke. The position of assistant principal riculum and records but also include BHS), Burney said she felt In apply-
diesel engine to make it operate. The said the City Is still due a > became available Jan. 29 when Dr. assisting the principal other ways. ing for the BHS post.
ratio of natural gas to wood gas is 7 to crankshaft for the No. 5 engine as the Charles Hall left BHS 'to become Compared to'being a librarian Of the 11 candidates for the job,five
1,with wood producing an average of result of a complicated maneuver in assistant principal at A.L..Mebaned Mrs. Winkler says her new Job has applicants were women. Bradford
only 150 BTUs per cubic: foot as compared which ,a usuable crankshaft was :School: in Alachua: County. Dr. Hall been "quite a change" and that the educators applying, in addition to
to an avenge of 1,035 per cubic: ; removed from another generator at had taught at this school before corn- biggest difference lies In the disciplin Mrs. Winkler were Judy Burrows, .
foot for natural gas. The small orifice the plant to replace the broken shaft ,ting I to BHS.Burney .' t Verde Hah, Melba Johnson.
for gas Intake on the No. 5 generatorat on No. &the unit that was to be converted Winkler begand her career;, ; Burney Winkler ing.Burney 'says she applied for the Eugenia Whitehead.Rick Ezell.Steve

the power! plant would have to be. WOCd-burnlnC..Don..Cox.. ? .it In Bradford County_as an English New BUS Assistant Principal position to gain further experience in (se Burney.... P.ZA s

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11( >Ir ... .rra: A proposed classification of two The'proposed building will provide of Starke on SK 100, now zoned
t 1. .... acres IVfc mile north of Starke on the offices for an associational: director residential, for use by Continental
'f-:' east side of U.S. 301 from OR (open I secretary, supply and materialatoraae Telephone Company as the site of a
II f rural to RO (residential-office) was committee meetings, and connecting station to improve servicein
approved by the Bradford County conferences. Starting time for construction Starke.
1'y Zoning Board Tuesday night for use is Indefinite, according to Michael Gilhooley was also given
I by the New River Baptist Association I Rev. Ben Bryant of the Starke First approval of a public hearing on a
for use as an association office,serving Baptist Church, who presented an similar request for a 50 x 50 plot four
as a center of communication for outline of the proposed uses to the miles northwest of Starke onlli8hway
Lc the 19 member churches.The Zoning Board. ie for use by the telephone company.
I ( request for rezoning was made Vemie E. Thornton received the Both requests for special exceptions
I.I. $ by C. Raymond Howe, owner of the board's approval of a special excep- will be heard by the Board of Ad.
property. tion on one acre_two miles northwest justment next week.

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Wolbert SuspendedBy r Vacuum Cleaners'

Supreme CourtI I Spring Clean-up- Rebuilt UsedKirby's Sale

The Supreme Court of Florida Hoover's
.-PI. .'Vl, ..A... a'' Issued an order Feb. 23: for the immediate I
suspension of local attorneyJ.J. Electrolux Filter Queen
Rocking for a Tuxedo... Wolbert .
s practice. all makes
Parts to fit all makes Repair on
Members of the Bradford High chorus rocked all District Contest March 19 at Fletcher High School at' The order is immediate but 'tem
night, from 8 p.m. Friday to 8 a.m. Saturday In a fund Jacksonville Beach.Rockathon Vacuums
porary pending a hearing or Al
raising effort toward purchase of 13.000 of tuxedo's.Some partlpants were: Sharon Fussell, Rennie disciplinary action by the Florida Young
of the rockers, looking pretty lively as they Lennon, Lois Moore Porter Roberts Wendell Tomlinson Bar Hwy. 301 N. Starke
prepared to go home Saturday morning, are Wendell Diana Crawford, Marla Darley Lee Davis, Bobby
Tomlinsun, Lisa Lawson, Jody Rising, instructor Don Epps Beth Francis Shawn Hart Jeff Johnson, Lisa Attorney Dale E. Krout, branch __ .H'_'_
Hardy, Barry Warren. Tonya Rigby, Beth Francis, Lawson Paige Roberts Craig Sapp, Robin Stern Mary staff council for the Florida Bar
l.enore Welly, Jimmy Muse, Kim Brown, Jeff Johnson, Watterson. Bernie Akridge, Carol Fussell, Sharon Grif- Association, Ethic Committee, said
Kennie Lennon. fis, Krlsty Johns, Michelle Klmutls, Steve !Marshall there is a provision by which the HEARING TESTS SET
Reason for the shenanigans Is that the Bradford High Larry Rhoden. Brad Russell John Tinsler, Trade Den- Supreme Court may rule when great
chorus was the only group to appear In district and state ton, Tony Diggs,John David Francis Leslie Johns Jim- public harm is suspected. The action
contests last year which lacked tuxedos. It didn't hurt my Muse. Heather O'Steen, Jody Rising, Michelle hall by the Supreme Court almost always Starke
the students' singing but they are very sensitive about Soe Smith, Calvin Thomas Barry Warren Johnny involves trust accounts maintainedby
appearing in white, shirts when everybody else Is In Jackson. the attorney. Krout was not free to [{Hearing tests using electronic equipment ,will be given on Friday,
black tie and coat says Choral Director Don Hardy. Chaperones were choral director Hardy and BMS comment on the exact findings of the (February 26 from 9 a.m.to 5 p.m.Our hearing aid specialist will be here.
Goal is to raise money for the uniforms In time! for the bandmaster Jim Peronto. investigation by the grievance com-
mittee concerning Wolbert at this
time. 1 These tests have been set because many people suspect they have trouble

I March 45The Neither Wolbert or his attorney I I hearing and UNDERSTANDING. Use of the latest electronic equipment
Bradford Science Fair is Kenneth Brooten could be reached for
I will indicate
comment. whether there is such a problem and if it can be electronically -

helped. Some of the causes of hearing loss will be explained, and
work of Bradford County Science Fair, which is scheduled for will start at 7 p.m. that night with the (
diagrams of bow the works will be
ear available for those interested.
science students will again be on March 18-19 at Lake City Community awards ceremony to be held at 7:30.
display for judging and viewing by College. Judging, which will be done The projects will be open to viewing THI BRADFORD
the general public as the Bradford by representatives from Clay Elec- after the awards ceremony and also COUNTTELEO.APH I Everyone, especially senior citizens, should have their hearing tested
and tric, DuPont, the Bradford Co. Health from 8 a.m. until 2pm. Friday,
Science Fair is set for Thursday
the Bradford-Union Guidance March 5.Categories. Published every Thurea1* I electronically at least once a year.U there is trouble at all hearing clearly -
Friday, March 4-5, at the Bradford HMW.CIIStreStart .
High School science'lab area. Clinic, and the Baker County and for the projects include: ..fl.rld.320Si even those who wear hearing aids and those told nothing could be
Student projects will be judged for Union County school systems, will botany, behavioral, medicine & (done, should have a test with the lastest method of hearing correction.
local take place during the school day health zoology, biochemistry, and
excellence with the top 26 projects Second Clots .. .ld.
qualifying for the Regional Thursday, March 4. An open house microbiology in the Biology field; and pe. p
environmental engineering, physics, Stejrk, Florida The electronic hearing tests will be given on Friday, February 26 at

earth & space, chemistry, and match Subscription t.**.l Koch's Drug Store, 166 W. Call St. '
& computers in the Physical field.
Awards to be given include a tropy In trod*.,**,$t.OO pr yr
Tornado Talkby for Best of Show; special large rib- ".00 tl.months Appointments for Friday can be arranged by calling 9646757.
bons for Best Physical and Best
Biological; and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Outride trad. *..$10.00 pr yrS. Please call for an appointmentto
I place, and honorable mention ribbonsfor $ SO six month. avoid waitim
Vickie Carver
other deserving projects.


The week of February 20-27 is National intentions. Mr. Green will be at the
FFA Week. The Bradford I
school on Tuesdays.and Thursdays,
Chapter is one of 8,000 chapters in the 8:30-11:30: : a.m., in the administrativeoffice
U.S. celebrating the 54th birthday of area. You will be excused from
the Future Farmers of America. class if necessary to keep an appoint-'
The Bradford Chapter is one of the ment. -
oldest chartered chapters in Florida ,
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and Doyle E. Conner, Florida's ''t i + t t.
agriculture commissioner and a Our baseball team is 2-1 so far this I :

native of Bradford County, is one of season. Let's get out and give them AS ADVERTISED IN WOMAN'S DAY MAGAZINE!
its most famous alumni. our support so that they can continueto
The Bradford Chapter has had two win.
state FFA presidents, Doyle Conner

and Jimmy Alvarez; one national Campus Capers... I LAZBOYSPRINGLINER

one FFA national president vice-president, Doyle Conner, Jimmy and Green.Happy Birthday to: Don and Doug t :" 3

Alvarez. The Girls Basketball team did
First advisor for the Brad- so
well at district. They are 2nd place SALE! ;
ford Chapter was Mr. V. R. Ferguson,
1943-1963. The Bradford Chapter was champs. We are PROUD of you. ,

chartered in 1943. _
Bradford County produced a state
FFA president and a state 4-H presi-

dent Walter in Prevatt.1971-72- Jimmy The entire Alvarez school and Burney... 'tk, t ,, s 1 r / t tkE

will take part in a "Field Day" spon- (From Page IA) IY d ," :'".

sored by the BUS chapter of FFA in Miller John 'A. Reddish and Jack .fJJi .'
honor of this National Week on Fri- Whalen. There were also two out of F SAVE '. tl.'":!. t tt
day, Feb. 26, from 2-2:30: p.m. county applicants.In 'i! J
It's like an old fashioned country screening the applicants, Principal ;..) 'Q': 1a
day, including three-legged sack Jim Duncan says he was looking
race hog calling with students and for some with good communicationsskills ON OUR MOSTPOPULAR !.", '.
faculty members, skillet throw for and experience in total school 5, 5 k
female faculty members, water Involvement Hiring Burney Winklercan 55 LA-Z-BGY

ballon toss between partners until you be, says Duncan, "encouragement s \.i', "
drop the balloon or it breaks, a to women in the county that CHAIRS !
vegetable pass with the fruit made qualified females can be consideredfor .,
r slick by vegetable oil, and a race for openings in administration." -
4' one shoe by students. At present Mrs.Winkler is the only 4 .;;\
Current advisors are Paul Hut- woman principal in the county. Y g )1. Son nrroluttoncayway
t chins, who started under Mr. Mrs. Winkler is married to George ; J1"'e. i putmost in motion.
Ferguson, and Greg Alvarez, brother Winkler a chief warrant office in the ,Check out the big This aeclina-aoelar*chair I*salepnngsavtngxon
t priced juit
of Jimmy. National Guard and who works at tW versatile 11
t: Camp Blanding as an electronics Radlna-nock.r' 't ;4 19 ,tiR t
DCT II, and JOB ENTRY repair foreman. They have two $; ic chaU Only t
t, STUDENTS: During the next few daughters: Melissa, a 1981 BHS $299
4 weeks you will be requested by Mr. graduate now attending Santa Fe
.: Green,our Occupational Specialist,to Community College, and Claire a .
f meet and discuss your occupational sophomore at BHS. SI S

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Local Group Planning Bus TripTo : I cos

Knoxville for World's FairA ; 'K t.fuflt ,
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A group from Starke plans to charter a bus for a 4-day stay at the 1982
World's Fair and seats are available for the trip. '
Bobby Shannon of Starke said the group will be going to Knoxville, Ten-
nessee, site of the World's Fair this year, from June 3-8. The trip includes 3
nights at the Sheraton Motel on the top of the mountain In Gatlinburg Tenn., .
tickets for 2 days at the World's Fair, and bus fare round trip from Starke.
Cost is $285 per person for a double room, less if vacationers go 3 or 4 to a

room. ,. .
"They'll have to pay for their eats on the way and at the World's Fair," S JiI
Shannon said.Anyone i ;
interested in the trip can call Mr.Shannon at 964-5358 for more in- LA Z-BOY ,
formation or to sign up.School One of Ih"eat value since
chairs began to more, thuRecllnaRockei .
: .PRICES S .'
chair U now only ',
Lunch Menus $369 STARTING

Bradford County High School He*,milkahakea.Tkanday. .
Monday. March li, Pitta. French.MM, Wad, fries,milkahakea.Friday. .Marck.4: Cheeseburger*,pitta French ASK ABOUT AT'OUR ('7_ r
ellow cake w/apncoclopplnc.: milkTartar.
) Marcht. Hamburger.. *, plan, French OTHER .
Mirth t: Macaroni cheea*, spiced ..
ham sandwich slaw fruit cup. milk. fr"miWhake.Wrd..d.y. Senrtno*and quality that tit your
,Marrk, 1: Hamburger.. .....,mash SPRING $21000 iylyou net both with this
ed poiaiow 4 gravy,green beam,chocolate cake. Bradford. County Middle School SALE SPECIALS I. comfortable'
T niacuii. milk,' Vo. Tech Center BeeUna-Bocker' "OOO
1/ ..".....,.. Merck, t: Chicken. 4 rice field pea. and all elementary schools -
w Maiu"d cabbage, banana pudding these roll,
al+d.y.March 11 Chill gardea" salad w/French
I, T dressing applssauc*.hot rolla.milk.Tswiday. .
trWa,. Merck li Spaghetti ./_ ,
PR Hue Marck! Hamburger gravy rice, DENMARK
Ih cheese,u..salad, .peach crap, hoc rolla. milk. (reea bean*,peacha*,biacuita.mi*. FURNITURE
toeaaay. Merck li Fleatadoa pIua. toned
salad w/French dneatag. buttered com. 1/3
434 W. Call St. Starke. Fla.
A-LA CARTE orange,milk. .
f M__,. March I: Pica hamburger*, French ..,....,. Marck. 4t Baked. turkey, nuahedpotatoes ,V ,.
fries. milkahake*. A gravy turnip green, corobread, 964.58w ,
Twraday. Merle' I: Plna.cheeseburger.French strawberry abortcake,milk. 964-5827
hie, milkahakea.Wnlanday. FrMajr. Marck. It ........ wI_ wee dw. .March, li Hamburcers. .,pins,French1a. ......... ._. apple sly.nx re..,Mlk. .
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.February 25, 188 TELEGRAPH Page 3A
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Bradford School Board Votes I'

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t i, X,4 f n "xr' To Order Three New Diesel Buses 1-

three 65-passenger diesel school I pointing out the fuel savings from better The school system currently
buses will be added to the 30-bus fleet mileage on the diesels will pay for operates two 89-passenger diesel
which already operates two the buses over a 10 year period. buses which get approximately 9 tS
/89-passenger diesels with good Lawson acquiesed at that point, and miles per gallon compared to 4-5 mpg
results, the school board voted 5-0 in a voted for the diesels. for a 65-passenger gas bus. There are
Jan. 18 meeting. Supt. Casey also pointed out he'd no records in the bus fleet for a I
Savings on mel by getting better had the order for gas buses switchedto 65-passenger diesel bus, but Parrish J :
mileage will make the diesels payoff diesels with much difficulty and it said the smaller diesel engines should
in the long run making it justifiable to would be difficult to change it back. get even better mileage than the 89
S spend $15,000 extra to buy the three What about a training program for passenger buses.Currently .
f k 65-passenger buses for$79,000, rather diesel mechanics, asked Lawson, there are three 1971
than buy buses with gas motors which echoing the question that Transportation buses, seven 1972's, four 1973's all of
F would cost $65,000 the board decidedthe Supervisor Lennard Register which make a route every day. The
previous week, Jan. 11, in a work asked Jan. 11. Board members two newest buses are the
session. pointed out the school board employs 89-passenger diesels. which are 19UO
Supt.Tom Casey said the additional diesel mechanic instructors, although models. The three diesel buses on
__ monies, the $15,000 additional ex- none of the bus mechanics are order will be 1982 models. No 1981
pense, probably can come from 1982 qualified diesel mechanics. Registersaid buses were ordered.
__ monies.The state is providing$59,400 the course to get checked out on Thirty-one buses currently run
.-..... _..... __,"E ... oJUI'fQ in transportation; funds. It would have diesels would be :3-6 weeks. regular routes in the Bradford
: Starke Elementary Stralght-A's.... cost the local school district $15,000 Register said chief mechanic Ed- district, including one small minibusand
more for 3 gas buses and$21,000 more win Vickery had taken care of diesel one regular bus which transport
The following students grade 1-3 at Starke Elemen: Martin. Antlqua Williams, Jimmy Parado, Tracy for 3 diesel buses. equipment when he worked for the CI- handicapped students.
.. tary received stralght-A's for the third lizweeD'Rhoden.. Upkeep on diesel vehicles is much, ty of Starke but doesn't feel comfor- Plus, one bus is used by the vo-tech
grading period: Third rows Adele Kuhn Tammy Mobley Andrea much higher than gas vehicles, table with it. Board member Arthur truck driving class, an another 1967
Front (l-r): Stephen Murphy. Brian Dobbins Ale Hewett. Emily Nugent. Shanae Blom, Robin Shaw and I pointed out board member J.R. (Jim) Gaskins said Vickery is "well bus by the agriculture classes at BHS
i Porter. Justin Brown. Jeff Cain. Deana Holiday.. Not pictured: Michelle Boatwrlght. Lawson, a salesman for Baldwin capable" of learning how to work on to transport students back and forthto
: Second row Blake Themas, Evan Douglas. Patty Chervolet-Olds, Inc. and the only diesel engines. Board member J.T. the school farm.
iYecasl"; board member to question the diesel Parrish pointed out many parts are The board has a policy of purchasing -
i buses. common between a diesel and gas two or three buses each year to
"It's a mighty mighty fine line engine that the fuel pump is the main keep its fleet updated so no bus over
n I .here on savingstoo fine," said difference. 10 years is used on a regular route. .
a .J N Lawson. _.
} I :uwson argued it doesn't matter if r ---
? fix a diesel motor will run for 300,000 or i St.. Edwards Church Hall
; 400,000 miles if the body of the bus is
1 worn out in 10 years with only 100,000 1
t miles put on the buses, as has been BINGOEvery

: the experience.Other .
,_ I :r board members continued to Saturday 7:30 P.M,
A p 1 r prefer the diesels at the higher cost, 411 N. Temple Ave.. Starke. Fla



the Stat Flight tabloid

rkF-y-t Inserted In today' paper
d the section on the "AGH
Emergency Service end
Trauma Center" has .n
More Starke' StraightA's.... error In the lire para

The following students grade 4-5 at Starke Elemen-l I nifer Forsyth Lisa Hinds Donnie Francis, Renee graph. It should read at
tary received stralght-A's for the third six-weeks Hewett. Shawana Blom, Kern Fillyaw. Back row: Bar- follow.:
grading period: bara Smith, Selena Norman, Gayle Douglas. Tticia "s,,' Flight It based at
Kneeling (I-r): Sean Bridges Jason Crawford, Travis Para do. Audra Brantley. IMarcIa Brown, Kim Hampton Alachua General Hospi
Long,' Scott Duncan. and Tori Kelly.' Id'. Inc. (AGH) a private,
Standing: Ron Zurnuh. Seated: Noy Srivibul, Jen- not-lor-prollt hospital, 'In REASON #12: The changingtax
Gainesville." laws.
AGH Is not privately
owned, but III. operatedby The Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 affects
r Upcoming Events. I a private, nol-lor- every taxpayer, regardless of income. Your H&R
.. I profit community corporation. Block tax preparer can show you how the new tax
.-. law helps you save money on your 1981 taxes, and
r point out changes that could affect your taxes in

Civitan Bloodmobile : Margie Thomson chairman of the ,11982. ....
School EquipmentTo Beautification Committee. j ,
Due March 1 at C of C be Auctioned 2,000 plants will, be available this SIDEWALK SALE \ 1_ H&R BLOCK VISA_1 1l
This 9-5 at l l III
Bertha the bloodmobile is coming to i Saturday in Starke year. J Saturday THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
Starke from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.Tuesday, Encore
March 9. A.year:. collection of ed.d1ool' i- ; .17 reasons. One smart decision.
.' As'usualertha l: will b e'arked f ui equipment in.various conditions,will Public is Invited '.il :321: N..Temple

1 fro loUhe Chamber of Commerce.at ?.he sold,at auctipirSaturdayf F *r.; 7, Ii I\To J ducatibj-Asso the (Intersection, of Madison. grand r beginning at 1.a.m. at the Opera'tioVis l" '"LAegfslativ Dirther' Everything on Sidewalk w -
Walnut Streets. Center off Orange Street by Bradford
The Civitan Regional Blood Center Middle St-hool.: The' Bradford Education Association .1 under $1.00 STARKE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

collects and supplies blood to 11 area Office! machines record players, is sponsoring a Legislative We have men's women's 964 N. Temple Ave. Keystone Shops #3 3
:hospitals in 7-county area. To meet tables student desks, vacuum Awareness Dinner and Sharing Ses- ,
the blood needs of these hospitals the cleaners televisions sets, and sion this evening (Thursday, Feb. 25) children's & infants 964-8289 Hwy 21 N 473-3646 7
Civitan Blood Center has to collect 100 duplications machines are among the in the Fellowship Hall of the First j

points of donated blood each day.using many items to be auctioned to the United Methodist Church of Starke. i I clothing \ -.. ... ., . .. .., .. .."' -
the slogan: "People Who Love highest bidder. The public is invited to participatein -
People Give Blood." r the sharing session which should r
Bidders can look over the items Friday -
Approximately 40 persons donated Feb. 28: from 8:30: a.m. to 3:30 begin at approximately 8 p.m. \ ;
blood the last time Bertha was in p.m. Featured speakers scheduled to givea \ 7o
Starke., legislative update include Senate
Azalea Sale Majority Leader Pete -

: Set Marches Skinner.D-Lake City; Rep. Frank ,
Special Olympics Is
Williams, D-Crystal Lake; Deputy
: at BHS Track The 2nd annual azalea sale spon- Commissioner of Education Dr. J7
.Friday sored jointly by the Woman's Club of Roger Nichols, and FEA/United
.''The countywide Special Olympics Starke and the Gainesville Sun is set President Pat Tornillo.,
track and field competition is set for for March 13, according to Mrs. 0
Friday.Feb..26, at the Bradford High I -
School track. I IlL. II
t tSome 70-80 contestants are expected --' >>
for the competition, which I ,RHYTHMIC AEROBICS I '8
gives mentally handicapped athletes | \ 1
a'' chance to show off their skills in r Cardiovascular Fitness Program 0
track events such as running, jump- >
ing;and throwing. Actions starts at 9' r Classes Starting March 9,1982St. \'I'Il'

a.m.competition.Also welcome Friday. morning to come and down spectatorsare fog: the,J J Edward's Church Hall I Fortune ut:1::1 ;, 4

the county will be hosting the Tuesday & Thursday 5:45.6:45: : pm
District Special Olympic track&field
competition this year, an event expected 8 week course $25.00 Ages: Teens & Up -
to draw 600-800 participants. I chedtinhos i
Volunteer helps are needed to assistIn I I Instructor Pat Sutler, Call 4732674Chicken
running both meets especially the I CPR CIrtIW Ir.. 19
big District meet.Ceramics .

ClassesAt fro -9"

Rec.interested UnderwayPersons in Joining : e '+' \ \ .:>.

ceramics classes taught through the
Starke Rec. Dept. can sign up during r+} 18a
class hours: Monday nights from 7-10 n f r
and Wedn.day mornings from Open a checking account or any Fortune '
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'"J.\'o' 1"'espassu.: Eathan Sapp, long-time trustee of church, sits on stoop walks down barbed! wire path leading to Sunday School rooms and outdoor toilets at Long Bridge Church.
and reminisces about old times.< "

,f;' The Church Behind Barbed Wire Fence ]

ebtToRiALSCI \ Sometimes you just can't win, even Baptist faith use the building for worship rishes had ordered Starling to vacate
when the court rules technically in services. Rev. Charles. G. Starl- the building.
} :; your favor. ing, of Lawtey, is the current pastor.A .
Sapp asked for an injunction
,o', Or at least that's the way it seemsto three-year court contest over the against the parrishes interfering with
members of the Long Bridge Bap- property on which the church is use of the building by the church.On .
tist Church who after a threeyearcourt located began in March, 1979, when
battle, have found their sane- William M. Shiver, purporting to be Oct. 5, 1979 a notice of Lis
How Far Can Corporate Lobbying Go tuary surrounded by a barbed wire the sole surviving member of the Pendens was filed by attorney
fence, with only a few feet open on the Long Bridge Christian Church, at Richard Welty, seeking to determine
east side, leaving the front door as the tempted to convey to C.T and Mary lawful title to the property, totaling
Toward Shaping U.S. Foreign Policy? only entrance and exit to the building. Parrish, of Gainesville, all church 1.891 acres.
Barbed wire alleys also provide ac- lands by quit claims deed recorded in
cess to the Sunday School rooms and July 1979. In his answer to Sapp's suit, Par.
J restrooms on the north side of the rish admitted some of the plaintiff's

building.The Three months later Sapp, as "sole allegations but declared that the
four church "does not sit on this land except )
other senators deacon, and elder
promised surviving trustee
"Who Sold The AWACSSale" invited to attend
receptions the front (east) four or five feet,
story starts back in the springof of the Long Bridge Christian Church
their votes for the sale if they
was the title of an eye- sponsored by the Saudis. 1924 when the Bradford County filed a complaint in civil court alleging and land has never been used or
opening bit of investigative were needed. The corporate School Board deeded one acre of landon that the quit claim deed ". .is a claimed by the church, but has been
reporting authored by Steven "Many U.S. corporationswere lobby was decisive in achiev- SR-100 near Long Bridge, and an nullity as Shiver had no authority used exclusively by defendant
Emerson, a Washington, D.C. led to believe that muchof ing that margin, reversing the old frame school building that stoodon right or title to the property which he (Parrish) and predecssors in title to
it, to Ethan A. Sapp and the late The surrounding land.
and overwhelming opposition to attempted to convey. complaint
foreign policy analyst America's trade with the
the sale that had existed Stafford L. Crews deacons of the stated that Sapp ". .is still alive and
former staff member of the Saudis including their own -- onlya Long Bridge Christian Church. The active and never gave authorizationto Parrish also declared that Sapp is
Senate Foreign Relations would disappear if the sale did week before the vote. abandoned school building,which still convey title to the property." not now a member of the Long Bridge
economy. not go through. the promiseof had old oil lamps mounted on the Christian Church, but is an active
contracts were dangled in "According to government walls, was renovated and used by the Subsequently, the Parrishes had a member of the First Christian Churchof
officials the systematic Long Bridge Christian Church as a survey made indicating that the pre- Starke, therefore "his authorization
The report appeared in a recent front of companies, one cor- pat- meeting place until the church ac- sent church, built in 1944, is not com for sale is not necessary."
issue ot The Florida porate official said, like raw tern of corporate support of quired an adjoining acre of land from pletely on land conveyed to the
Times-Union and inspired one meat before a hungry dog." the AWACS sale strongly sug- E.W. and Ruby Hayes in 1943. A new church by Sapp but was in fact, par Parrish entered a counter claim to
letter-writer to that paper to gests that the Foreign Agents concrete block church house was tially on adjoining land owned by the !quiet title and establish boundary
Registration Act has been erected on the site in 1944,after which Parrishes.. lines, declaring he and his wife had
commend the article as clearly According to sources quotedby
been of the land since
violated. the old school house was torn down. in possession
] illustrating "that many of Emerson, ". .Saudi In his bill of complaint, however, 1937, and desired the church building
the biggest U.S. Corporationsare Arabia held up contract The Christian Church continued Sapp asked that lands on. which the removed
prostitutes for Saudi negotiations with U.S. 'com- "The act requires that a services there' until 1969"When .its, church is situated be declared owned y.
Arabia, and that ,U.S. panies ,while the sale, was person must'register with the pastor...Ff ed.Dodd,J lefl for' anothej,,,,it Ii by,trustees of the Long Bridge Christ JIll ;Final victory -for,thwl church in the
many pastorat?, anti l the Long Bridge !.irulkiHidrtt'emiie: last
businessmen' before Justice. Department, a cone iV" tian.\Churchj. under Uie> adverse long-pending
were literally Congress. Contracts gregation started to decline "I'n ownership statute since the land and August when Judge Chester B
foreign agent if he acts at the
blackmailed into pressuring awaiting final signatureswere membership. Services were finally church building had been on the tax Chance ruled that the church had acquired
U.S. senators to vote for the frozen and discussions of request or under the directionof discontinued, most members rolls for more than 30 years, and the title to the property 'actually
AWACS sale. The writer also new contracts postponed control of a foreign prin- transferring their memberships to present church had been in use ever covered by the church building by
commended Florida's two Several large corporations cipal or indirectly through an Christian Churches in Starke or Lake since its construction in 1944. "adverse possession as prescribed" in
senators for refusing to be received lucrative contracts agent or a foreign principal." Butler. Chapter 95.18, Florida Statutes.

pressured into compliance on with Saudi Arabia after they It would be up to the Justice In 1970, Sapp the sole surviving In the meanwhile Rev. Starling, the The final also nullifiedthe
this issue. had put forth especially effec- Department to determine trustee, agreed to let a group of the pastor, informed Sapp that the Par- quit claim deed from Shiver and

tive efforts promoting the whether corporate officials fee simple title to the real property
Although the Emerson arti- sale. acted under the 'direction or located under the church building, was
control' of the Saudis granted to the church. An appeal was
cle is too lengthy for reproduction during "
County Agents By filed by attorney for the f'j1 mshes in
in full in these columns, "As the lobbying effort campaign.But c t the District, Court, pf Appej.rs
here are some significant excerpts gathered steam, there was Bobby
: greater coordination among as pointed out by notebook '''Several' months'agor"p'a'j j sh, who
the corporate participants. Emerson, beyond the specificcase TaylorGood J'till runs cows on hid: property, 'idTesidiS

"The best-kept secret of the Representatives of forty com- of a particular arms '-- around in Gainesville the'churc, 'ejected: blail, ''aft t\\1lft three posts

campaign to sell AWACS elec- panies primarily in defense, deal, the corporate lobbying weather is permitting a lot of Of course, it is a',privilege: enjoyedby ''sides,'and strungbarWd'ing ; leav-
tronic reconnaissance planesto aerospace and petroleum effort for AWACS raises .the activity in fields and gardens gardeners to try varieties which .: the.front door'and, (rpoop\, : in-
Saudi Arabia is that it was related areas, attended more general question of throughout our area. Some folks will have proven, themselves elsewhereand fenced, sine they w reiai! \ edly:
saved from defeat in the meetings held at the whether American corpora- soon have their land ready for seedingor which may, do well in their on church'operlj iApi! b 's. also
Senate by a massive and un- Washington offices of the tions will (in the future) play transplanting. However, most folks gardens. However, many gardenersare strung withbarledVW11 r ? : I re left
broader role in the formula- will delay planting frost susceptible cheating themselves of the best/ open to give a'CF 1,11School;
precedented corporate- Business Roundtable, the crops like squash and tomatoes until possible results by continuing to grow,,' 'rooms'and i also to gh'' jk i "tiP men's'outsirle
lobbying campaign. .largely country's most powerful tion of American foreign next month. inferior varieties without ever testing, restrooms. .: .n.d1, ".'rfit b'1BbI b J'! ift
orchestrated by Saudi Arabia business lobby. The White policy, particularly in the suggested varieties
and its American agents. House sent a staff from its Middle East. I have talked about plans for Most seeds are treated with, Florida StaPde AU"95 or 8.m1es that
business-liaison gardens that can help make this protect chemicals. reduced ''Injury and, ..''If\ a'person has; 1)fe'n'.Jt: fa 1illua1; I occupation -
office,' who beneficial economically and caused insects and disease. of
decay propertyoi<<
by : l seytfo years
r "Scores of business interests helped determine which "Are the Saudis now otherwise. One of the most important These chemicals are poisonous and by fencingbuiidinguporvori paying

4" joined the campaign in senators were considered guaranteed an American lob- considerations is in your garden or crop should be handled with care. Such taxes thereon,he,may. qbtaiiUitle? I by
order to protect or obtain vulnerable to political the most powerful plan good seed or transplants.For treated seeds are not to be eaten virtue_of "adverse possessions! !!h'
t petrodollar contracts. pressure. there is on future issues? each vegetable you plan to under any circumstances.Keep them
Thousands of others were in- Will the Saudis and their grow in your garden, you will haveto out of the reach of children. In the meanwhile the Long Bridge
American decide whether to start it from Interest and activity is picking up in congregation hopes the barbed wire
t- directly induced to join by "Two corporate giants that surrogates now seed, from plants or from plant part. preparations for our 1982 Fair; fence won't be interpreted by new
pressure from their own became heavily involved in press for their interests, extending The main advantage is starting scheduled for March 31st April 4th. members and visitors as a symbol of
domestic suppliers or pur- the lobbying campaign were beyond arms sales?" directly from seeds is that you have The Fair Association is busy getting inhospitality. The church as always
chasers." Boeing the main contractorfor wider selection of varieties from exhibit spaces filled and working with welcomes one!! and all to its services.
which to choose. Furthermore not all department chairmen to make each
the AWACS planes, and "The push so far has been in vegetables do well when transplanted part of the Fair better than ever.
According to Emerson's article United Technologies, which lobbying. The next step will be and must be grown from seed sown The Steer and Swine Shows shouldbe ,Free Blood Pressure
t the* AWACS strategywas estimated it had about $100 pegging corporations' cam- directly in the garden row. as good as ever. There are 73 hogs Testing March 6 -
I! devise in an elegant suitein million at stake.Emerson paign contributions to candidates Good seed may mean the difference and 53 steers entered this year. I have Your friends '
at the Starke Seventh-
between success and failure in seen all of these animals at their'
with the
hotel where right views
a Washington
garden. Buy good seed from a reliable respective weigh-ins," and the day Adventist Church will be offering
five men met every morning. reports the two not only on business concerns dealer. For some crops, seed may be quality appeared to be even better free blood pressure testing on Tues
( The group consisted of three corporate giants sent out but also on the Arab-Israeli! saved from one's own garden but for than last year, day, march 2.,We hope that you will
registered agents for Saudi more than 6,500 telegrams to issue The National Associa- many other vegetables,saving seed is, The Bradford-Union Cattleman's be able to come to Winn-Dixie on
Association and the BradfordUnionSwine Hwy.301 between the hours of 10 a.m.
Arabia and two other Saudis tion of Arab Americans has impractical.Plant
subsidaries, vendors, subcon- varieties of vegetables which Association have been very and 3 p.m. to receive your free blood
one the son of the Saudi tractors, suppliers, and begun pressuring business have been tested and found to adapt in busy with the many details Involvedin pressure check.
defense minister, and the distributors throughout the leaders on this basis.It our area. Vegetables resistant to putting on these shows. Too many We offer this testing as a community -
other, a former Saudi com- country in one of the most suc- pests and tolerant of adverse weather people to name in this column are service to anyone who wishes to
mercial attache.At cessful chain-letter operationsin is Emerson's belief that conditions are much easier to grow responsible for putting together these participate regardless of race creedor
Arab-backed successfully than those that are .not. two worthwhile activities for our 4-H sex, in the interest of keeping you
history. One vendor said he corporate con- Our "Vegetable Gardening Guide". and FFA members. The Associations informed as to how well) you are doing
these meetings, senators was subjected to "raw tributions will become in- lists those varieties, which are beat I all their members are to be com- physically, because we believe that
who were to be believed opposed economc blackmail." creasingly important in future suited to our conditions. land for their efforts. you are feeling bad. it is generallymore
to the AWACs sale were elections. Oil-related interests difficult for God to speak to you.

targeted for political Even the Florist Insurance alone the 1980 election campaign -' I '.

I pressure, with Senate majority Companies got into the act, are estimated as having 1 fI?'
leader Howard Baker providing according to Emerson, sen- accounted for more than $5 The : oridu BRADFORD C p

the latest Senate head ding letters in support of the million in contributions.As rr
counts. Lists of American AWACS sale to many

companies doing business in senators. shown by the shift in 0 iiCiW1\i
Saudi Arabia were also collected Senate support for the AWACS ll

as instruments for br- "As best as can be deter- sale money :

inging pressure on the mined, the final effect of the nowhere more effective +

Senators. corporate lobbying effort was than in politics. Stricter en- ]PRESS BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN"M. MILLER
to change the positions of forcement of the Foreign PublishersPvUUhed
ti Hundreds of corporate officers those senators who were Agents Registration Act cer- f ,.
9 were urged to 'write or heavily dependent on cor- tainly seems to be in order'if I, I each rtwrtdoy and_.r.a;)i a*Second Clots Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Fin under//Act of March 3. 117*

call their senators, and scoresof porate interests," Emerson foreign policy decisions are to SubaerlatkMt rote In trade area: CO.00 Per r or;' $5.00 Six Months .
representatives of major concludes. "The sale was approved be made on their merits .hand t [ ,Cubicle trade area: $10.00 Per Year; SS,SO Six Month Starke. Florida 33091

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4 t ,1 A., Strawberry Queen ContestantsAn

exciting week for all contestants
rr entering this year's Bradford County
r J p iT Strawberry Queen Pageant will lake
place March 15 through March 20.
t fi During that week the contestants
-. will be treated to a make-up
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After 30 Years. demonstration given by Latain Peter-
son and Naomi Ilerres of Merle Nor I''
Members of the Bradford High Class of 1951 meeting for their third reunion Betty Carter Saunders and Ada Edwards Reddish man's Cosmetics in Starke. Also 1Engaged
are: Third row: Dottle Sue Biggs Sandbacher, Edwin Ilornsby, Meed Lewis Robert Harris, owner of NuWave
First'row (l-rs) Claire Thomas Hazen. Harold: Davis, Harry Edwards Ralph Bryan Dan Wainwright Leslie Sapp and Vernie Thornton. Salon in Starke will be giving a
Helen Barry Crosby Marvin Warren, Geraldine Shaw Bennett, Margie Fourth row: Donald Richie, Marcus Brown, Peggy Caldwell Garcia, Dolph demonstration on various ways to +a
Moody Dobbs and Ruth Toomey Toppins. Reddish, Lavon Crosby, Arley Underhill Tommy Hamilton, Kenneth Johns achieve different looks with the same
..... .. Second row: Ruth Sweeney Hartley, Seeber Doyle Andrews, Ann Moore Albert Hazen, Jack Hazen. and Charles llutcheson. basic hairstyle. Lastly all contestants
Andrews Clinton Norman Wanda Crosby Crews, Idell Durban Boyette, Fifth row: Ovid Bennett, Fay Durban, Floyd Futch. Clinton Barton and will be driven by Junior Women's
Valaria Denmark Shuford. Barbara Richie Grlffis. Gwen Mcltae Thornton, Ralph Davis. Club members to Amaro Modeling
Agency in Orange Park, where owner

I 9 ) Class of '51 Holds Reunion Jan.: 23 at Country Club and them operator important Ann points Husk of will modeling.leach Couple

Afterwards club members and con- Have Last Fling
The 30th reunion of the Class of '51 joyed by all. The invocation was given introduced his or her spouse and tolda tures from the '51 Annual and wore testants attending will be treated lo a
from BHS was held Jan. 23, at the by former class member Ruth little about themselves and their them on their lapels. dessert. Miss Barbara Valinski and J.IC"
+Its' Starke Golf and Country Club, with 42 Toomey Toppins. families. Warren thanked Charles Peggy Caldwell Garcia from Remember all girls wishing to participate Struhe had their last t fling as singles/ .i
of its 76 class members, along with Marvin Warren, the class presi- Hutcheson and his committee for Camarillo, Calif., received a prtee lor in this years pageant pick up last Friday night before tlwlI't.t!
their spouses and or dates, attending. dent, presided over the informal planning the reunion. the female traveling the farthest, and your application forms at Mitchell's ding which will take place Saturday
I noir Prior to the delicious steak dinner, "introduction" program. Each class Upon arriving each class member Albert Hazen, of Troy, Mich., for the Drug Store before the Friday, March night Feb 27
ill; !* a "get reacquainted" hour was en- member was introduced and in turn was given a reproduction of their pic- male traveling the farthest. 12 deadline The secretaries ol the Slate Ai
torney's office m Gainesville. where
Barbara works held a bju'lielori'iu-
Barbara Valinski
I ail I Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Hogan Honored at Reception Eastern Star Jack StrubeTo party Friday night beginning/ in'
gar Supper Feb. 27 Lillians in Gainesville for a cntkiail ,
ir Wed Feb. 27 and then 10 l< the Brown It'rh> t'n' .
f>! A delightful reception was held1ocHI' the living room. party rooms at vantage points. Starke Chapter 224, Order of (he party .
Saturday afternoon in honor of Rev. Inviting the guests to the refresh- Rev. and Mrs. Hogan were Eastern Star,will have a covered dish The wedding of Barbara Valinski dinner and dancing.The I
W.A. Hogan, former resident and ment table in the dining room and presented with a lovely corsage and supper Saturday Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. in and Jack Sirube will be an event of 25 young ladies attending llillll"Jl'lImfl'r m-
pastor of the First Baptist Church of handing out plates was Mrs. Joan boutonniere upon their arrival at the the Masonic Hall. Saturday night, Feb 27 at 7:30: p m. eluded from Starke, Anne Giddons -
"liCf Starke, and to honor and meet his Chitty. reception. Judge Pierce took candid All Masons and their families are in St. Edward's Catholic Church witha Haas and Becky
s''Ii I!J lovely wife, Mrs. W.A. Hogan of Pen- The tea table was covered with an Polaroid pictures during the partyhours invited to attend. reception following In the Starke In the meantime Jack Si 1I'lI".1
wi sa cola. The Hogan's were married inc imported embroidered ArmyNavywhite of the honored couple and their Woman's Club given a bachelor part in KiVNimuHeights :
<. 1 May of 1981 in Pensacola. cloth and was centered with an guests, and presented them to Rev. All friends and relatives are invitedto headed l b y Larry Turkno1'"
.tts: The home of Mr. and Mrs. J.E.llar- arrangement of purple iris, accassia, and Mrs. Hogan as mementoes of the Weeks, U.DC. attend. and friends.
i.i dy on East Call St. was the scene of pompoms and leather leaf fern in a occasion. To Meet March 3
root the afternoon party. Hostesses with silver compote. Pouring punch at one Calling during the party hours of 3
Igwi. Hardy's were: Mr and Mrs. Jimmy end of the table was Mrs. Jimmy to 5 p.m. were many friends of Rev. W.T. Weeks chapter, U.D C. will Coming to Starke
05 :>. Peek, Mrs. Charles Darby, Mr. and Peek. Hogans' throughout the communityand meet Wednesday March 3, at 3 p.m.
Mrs. William Haas, Mrs. Joan Chitty, Friends and guests were invited to churches during his pastoratehere at the home of Mrs. Cecelia Ter-
Judge and Mrs. George Pierce, Mrs. the family room and into the Florida in Starke from 1963 to 1972. willegar, 16th St., Country Club World Famous
tt cArlin McKnight, and Mr. and Mrs. Patio Room by Mrs. Charles Darby Estates with Mrs. Franklin
*: avi i; Greeting the guests at the door and The refreshment table in the co-hostesses.
rfo-, presenting them to Rev. and Mrs. Florida room was covered with a Executive BoardTo Dale Carnegie CourseSelf
.a") Hogan was Mrs. J.E. Hardy. Mrs. matching embroidered ArmyNavycloth Meet
George Pierce invited the guests into and was centered with an arrangement Country Club Holds
of The executive board of the StarkeWoman's Confidence .
yellow jonquils Las Vegas Night Memory Training
Club will meet Wednesday
and leather leaf
acassia pompoms
; Nugent Clan fern in a Waterford crystal compote. March 3, at 12 noon at the Western Starke Golf and Country Club held Selling Your Ideas Effective Speaking ,
oKf* Comes Together Pouring punch from this table was Steer Steak House. Las Vegas night Saturday night at the

!):;r"; In Bradford Mrs. Arlin McKnight Both tables club house with approximately 110 Human Relations Reduce WorryClasses .
wi; held an array of delicious party finger Edith Murray, guests attending.
The Sterns Rd. home of Mr. and ...foods.insilverlrays and Compotes., ,.. A., barb:que thicken dinner was
Mrs. Paul C. Nugent Sr. was the site Other ..arrangements of spring, Rand-Manning served at 7:30: p.m followed by games
aril m ifo6lagfandseunion.ot, .Lh.c NugepJ, '.) 'blesaema1.ltopieaplants and hanging/ "''', ..b..P.. Wed'M., 1Jth.: ..',2'J"Jf".q yni rt-'ptoyed"during evening. wllhftl. i I' : Now Forming
m. ,
test staltilyandfnendgthis\ weekalfl "JV,';.1.' baskets were pla-cedthrougHout the1 'l.- ; JiMI R"!'vauotton /11.11:30 p.m. -
Out-of-town vacationers were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Murray of
OB and Mrs. Caroll C. Nugent Jr. and Raiford announce the engagement Did You Know 964.5278 or 964.6931
/ih; their son Chuck Mr. and Mrs. Zi Iota Delta and approaching marriage of their' 3
Douglas W. Nugent, and Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Edith Louise, to Randy V Barry Smith of Berlin Heights, Ohio
d! Rush
> Syracuse N.Y.; Mr. AI Penney and Iota Delta sorority held a Tacky Manning of Starke.
Mrs. Nelly Rauseau from Pompano party recently at the home of Rose The wedding is scheduled to take ALL WINTER CLOTHING: -
}M, Beach; and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bill- Smith followed by a covered dish sup- place March 27 in the. Starke Churchof 1/2 PRICE NOW AT by Council for Noncollegiate Continuing EducationOne

b 1; _t '.ings from St. Augustine. perPrizes God. LEILAS DRESS: SHOP ol the 5 Courses presented by Dale Carnegie Intl. ol N. Re.M .
All friends and relatives invitedto
7,., Bradford County residents joining were won by rushee Brenda are Bradford Square
iG'\ .1. the visitors were: Marty and Glenda Roth and member Rose Smith. attend. Shopping Center 7D
\, Padgett and their daughter Tina; Attending the rushing party were
ni w9tt Mike and Diane Tierney and their Mrs. Brenda Roth Miss Jennifer
: children. Lisa and Mikey; Paul Jr. Haas, Mrs. Melody Smith Mrs. Linda -
and Carol Nugent and their children Fowler, Miss Janice Browning, Mrs.
onV (1Jox< .,Timmy, Eric, and Becky; Jim- Marol'n Day, Mrs. Darlene 37
a-bias.Py f t*Pd Marcia Nugent and their Underhill, Mrs. Phyllis Huggins and
ildren, Emily and Jim; Larry and Mrs Robyn McNelley. 0
alaoq nda l7ob'!its and' their,children Can- Eleven members attended the
991(11 l c'fe"'and I Molina;; Ronnie..and Lisa Valentine party Saturday, Feb 13, at M -
.Y91 '
: u?enti|J3udji'and Elaine Collings; the Western'Steer Steak House.
tlbslur panny and Ricky 1'ugent! and The next regular meeting will be a '
I r 'ii1 glrlfriends4emse i !" Griffis and Model party'at the home of Brenda v F F'i
oalsa r
21'31[ 9T f:ndX.SUn1vnhen( .. ,Slade. !!,March 5; Ov
loorba ./ I :, for the weekend -'., .'j.1 I1SySClcdof>
setonedj to be the horshoe game with -
8 n'3mMr'CaroIJ'Nugent: and his sonlnlaW'Richard ; 1972
showing' the Floridians just Reunion 4
ow topitch the//'shoes", .Also en- .Planning
Jed'2. ) ared'was h. pi''1\f bag game and twd ,.Bradford' High School class of 1972 r tx
:)0 11Il] ;ong j i l'img' Sessj0ns Of. the card game'. 'is planning a reunion and there will bea 1
alast Uho.: : meeting Thursday night, Feb. 25, at ,
gniJnfy; Loea] family members brought 7 p.m. at Lee Sparks home, corner of -
'td 9I I' covered dishes for big feasts on Satur Water and Jackson streets.
day and Sunday. Interested members please come
and bring all addresses for mailing. 19

'381191j letters.For more information please con- c" .' : 9

}\ffj,. Church of God Holds tact Lee Sparks 964-6330 or Lee : -
Hardenbrook. at 964-6775 or 964-6280( .
vw Sweetheart Banquet ext. 215. >
The youth department of the Starke asa
Church of God held its annual
Sweetheart Banquet Feb. 13 in the Lori MannCelebrates :. as
Fellowship Hall of the church. + eeII
The theme was the "Love Boat"
.Ai: with the hall atractively decorated as 10th ,BirthdayLori
gui a replica of the Love Boat. The back Mann celebrated her tenth birthday -

iii'and 23: ;: wall flanked was covered with a deck with on a sky which scene pic- parents Sunday Mr.and afternoon Mrs. Louis when Mann her, "I 1 switched to a small CAT 910 '

no tures were taken of the couples. The gave a party for her at their home on '
,rt front wall was decorated with a fish -
U.. net which held an anchor, seashells SR-100S.A doll cake centered the refreshment Wheel Loader for only S1,20 month!
cupids and hearts extending each side table. !
dnwith ropes holding the ship steering Approximatley 20 attended which
oJ 'wheel. Festive lantern replicas hung included members of the family and When I opened my own landclearing business, I thought If you're still operating some other brand of equipment 19o

!_ from the ceilings. Hearts, cupids, life of grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie I couldn't afford the best. Was I ever wrong! Since I've because you think you can't afford Cat equipment, see Your
J i;o' >rafts and port holes at points Newsome of Starke. -
Hi,* interest.' switched to small Cat equipment, my profits are bigger Caterpillar Dealer He can show you many different

}if The head table, shaped in a V, was 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

". li ''covered with pineapples with a red and cloth burning centered.uc pink financing terms I can afford. Here's why I believe in Cat.No much less than you think. ;3

tapers in brass candlesticks. The par- Jason BryantCelebrates other heavy equipment dealer gives you better Stop in today. Let us put you in the operator's seat of a 7r
f-i* tv tables were covered with red cloths BirthdayTerry product: support. You're assured of swift, dependable
NEW small
machine. Get
the big advantage for as little as '
centered with burning pink r-
and Jason Bryant celebrated his service and parts availability.
surrounded with hibiscus. $1,250 a month.
tapers fifth birthday Saturday Feb. 13 witha
..Karelon McClellan, youth, leader, party at McDonalds for six of his lit You get professional assistance in selecting the right Cat 'Based on dealer Small Machine Menchandisng' Plan effective 11/1/81..
presented a program for the youth tle friends. equipment for too. And Cat dealer will Details available on request.
Rev. Charles your job, your help \
with guest
Howell of Jacksonville.The supper Games was were served played followed after by which cake you schedule any necessary maintenance between jobs, to t

guests were welcomed aboard and ice cream. reduce unplanned, costly downtime. It adds up to a RING POWER
the Love Boat by pursers .Mr. and Jason is the youngest son of Mr. and maximum return on your equipment investment. :
Mrs. Mark Joyner. Mrs. Roy E. Bryant, who reside on
Mrs. Susan McClellan was in SRI6E. Caterpillar.Cat and (3 arc trademark]of Caterpillar: << Tractor Co
charge of all the decorations and food. Enjoying the occasion with Jason I'a
Servers were shipmates: Mr. and were Lindsay Walkup Christina JACKSONVILLE OCALA TALLAHASSEE
Mr. and
Charles McKinney, I'a
Broome and brother, Robert, Karla
Charles Mrs.. S.J.Schmitt O'Steen, Royce, Mr.Joyner and Mrs.and Broome Wainwright, Nicole Baldree and Kenneth 737-7730 732-2800( 386-2121

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r't t .? I lh'Jr Sara Douglas AIR CONDITIONING :;

a ,! Mr. and Mrs. Edgar W. Douglass,
.t'.'.tL "' rA'2'i y y rr I ht Jr. of Keystone Heights announce the '355 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Fl. 964-8744 "
birth of a daughter, Kelly Sara born I
Feb. 14 In Alachua General Hospital. II I
She Joins a sister Connie and a

brother, Doug. Offers a Pre-Spring
Paternal grandparents are the late ;
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar W. Douglass, Sr.
of Lake Butler. Maternal grand- Sale OnWhirlpool
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Cyril L.
Pickren of Cave City, Ark.

Bennett Louis Wllklson. IV
M Mr and Mrs. Benny Wilkison of ;
Lawtey announce the birth of a son, HEATING COOLING JLPRODUCTS
Bennett Louis Wilkison IV born Feb. "
18 In St. Vincent's Medical Center, .d In Conjunction with
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and f
1 Mrs. Benny Wilkison, Jr. and great r FP13: \WT-\V15S
of I' JulI A ul grandmother is Geneva Wilkison, all ]
of Lawtey. Maternal grandparentsare [PRODUCTS PROGRAM
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy McCarley of
Knoxville, Tenn., and great grand:'
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Stuart1'' ttr
Lockhart of Jacksonville and Mr. and ..
;4 J. Mrs. Wallace Sessions of Decatur
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Mr. and Mr*. Michael Prescott .

Earl Murray, Jr. 'lJ
I Debi Overstreet and Michael Prescott Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wayne Murrayof
Hampton announce the birth of a AfK MC ABOUT FPH waxnvt MOOIUH rea coouno t MAIM smuu
* * * * * * * *
son, Earl Wayne Murray, Jr born ..
Married Feb. 5 in Hope Baptist ChurchMiss Feb. 8 at Shand's Teaching Hospital.He .

joins a sister Elaine. : Call Randy :
Deborah Cdene Overstreet, The receiving line consisted of the Maternal grandparents are Mr.and
daughter of Mr. and Airs. M.B. couples grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Verl R. Best and great- *
Overstreet of Keystone Heights and L.E. Norman and Mr. and Mrs. L. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. 964-8744 for additional *
Michael Prescott, son of Mr.and Mrs. Depew,the bride and groom and their Sankey Miller, all of Starke. Paternal
Vaughn Prescott of Starke were parents. grandmother is Mrs. Bonnie Murrayof *
united in marriage Feb. 5 at 7 p.m. in The bride's table was centered with Waldo. information concerningFP&L'S *
Hope Baptist Church in Theressa with a three tiered wedding cake *

Rev. John Chasteen of Mandarin per- decorated with doves and pink and Did You Know...,..,.... *
forming the candlelight ceremony. maroon roses topped with a bride and Watt-Wise offer
Ritchie Overstreet and Dale Nor- groom. Cutting the cake was Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scott took their *
man lit the candles. Ethel Norman, who also made the son, Jeremy to Disney World Sea * . '* * * i * t *
The altar was decorated with an cake, assisted by Mrs. Evelyn World and Busch Gardens for a four,
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Prescott and Mrs. Overstreet.
arch of candles flanked by two candle Dimple day weekend recently belatedly
trees; two baskets of maroon carna- The tulip shaped punch bowl occupied celebrating Jeremy's third birthday.
tions, pink gladiolus, pink and white one end of the punch table
mums and leather leaf fern with which held a cranberry punch. Pink
baby's breath and balanced by two candles centered the table. Mrs.
containers of Boston fern. Sylvia Wheeler and Mrs. Doris Clark
Presenting a program of nuptial presided at the bowl.

music were Randall) Crawford The groom's chocolate sheet cake Clip and save.I :_____________
pianist, and Dee Gaskins, Jack was at one end of the groom's table I j
Cowart and Denise Thomas, soloists. and was topped by a groom wearing a
Marvin Norman attended his cousinas tuxedo and bride wearing a gown with Call FPLfc Watt-Wise Line between 1

best man. Maury Overstreet the groom leading the bride aroundby "It fr | 9 and 5, Monday through Friday and
brother of the bride, was an usher. Al the coat tails. Mrs. Nancy Bennett i iI
I tell the the number of the
(Buddy) Gordon was ring bearer and served the groom's cake. operator
carried a heart-shaped white satin The rice bags, made of pink net tied I tape you want to hear on conserving

lace trimmed pillow with two rings with maroon ribbons,were passed out energy and saving money.
tied on with pink ribbon. by Wade Overstreet, Jennifer
Miss Donna Prescott, sister of the Wheeler and Nita Gordon.
groom, served as maid of honor and Assisting in serving were Mrs. Ses- 1-800-432-6563
Miss Catrell Overstreet, cousin of the sions and Mrs. Linda Gordon. Terry
bride was bridal attendant. Their Waldron taped the ceremony for the "
dresses were pink floor length wraparounds couple as a memento.
with The couple are residing at Kingsley _
sequin straps. They 1 1re
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shoulders and carried arm bouquets..""*Orlanda and Daytona Beach.'Tli . \\10'bor"A: 12 I n ,In" 011..11 .1"YI ."it InOIO) 41:1i: III I 100How Appliance Codttibute.HvtheU01
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of one red rose with leather leaf fern bride and groom are both Brad- ;' 1,o u. tolnrl:grnhnuodYlw.lr n" *Electric I Brll \
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Little Miss Christie Gault served as manager tt _
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building Holy 7! uai, I'I 1iob000-cr r.. ernRedlke'YodFPool! purMI" lHl}
decorated with the baskets of flowers Shown vi, ,t rbioM ,
used in the wedding. at Assemblyof lt l' CUSTOMERCXJVERNMENT'INFORMATION< malt
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Each table in the hall was covered God Church ,. .bmd I 1- ; l1=;yTIle1A1D; rmi' lt "
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with a white antique lace cloth over I I bp i a,1 I ''' 9'ffCIaJ.: e ds : t9tit
I4, The tables each had Eighty-four beautiful Holy Land 1 i1 l?ql u, PI I 1 1- : r;: !;>nn ...J
lighted slides will be shown Sunday night at 7p.m. JNI I ,,II I' I N I'' 1 I, 1.J9 -I T.c-o .U5ft.RalesMaySa" 1? p(Yf9oaxtuql
pink candles with ribbons t -
4 maroon at the of God church 1q.. T Ii
tied on and encircled by fern and Assembly i 'll "' avi9aal I II
16th and WeldoivSt., Starke at the TI
l pink and white mums. 1'' I 50(1- Uncle I Sam Gives Tax y
evening service. ppi! ,lip, Breaks Energy-. ,
Mrs. Mary Sessions greeted the I'I q I Efficiency i ; .
t guests at the door and Miss Sandy 501- ? 'iu, '
Foraker kept the bride's book at the Did You Know........... 41 1''' I I Improvements Florida Tax Savfngs for Home Energy
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wedding and reception.The guests us- Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Buford visited Yly I
e: ed book.a white feather pen to sign the Ted Stilley in St. Vincent's Medical COOLING & HEATING

Center in Jacksonville on Sunday
1; Introducing I .600- Seven Steps for Central Air Conditioning

1t NOTICE ""."" "'",,% FPL'S I .601- Keep Savings.Cool With the Right Room Air
.. .." ,' I Conditioners

Concerning Destruction of Court Records .. ; k I 602- Selecting Central Air Conditioning
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et, I 606- How To Control
'' e Your Central Heating Bill
In accordance with rules adopted by the LI"
CAU I 608- How An Automatic Clock Thermostat
Supreme Court of Florida, the Clerk of the Court IDEAS FOR uS You Save

r is no longer required to retain court records indefinitely 610I The Heat Pump Two Machines In One.
0- I 615- How To
Certain court records presently in the Fight Mildew
4 custody of the Clerk of the Court of Bradford ''I' MISCELLANEOUS -
4 County may !be destroyed in accordance with the I 700-' Water Conservation Pay,Too .a
I 703- Make
provision of the Supreme Court Rule 2.075 of the I 7(16How Your Mobile Home Energy-Efficient
I Landscaping Can Save Energy Dollars
Rules of Judicial Administration after w 11111 I 71 Energy-Efficient. Lighting .

September 16, 1982. No active court records will .,' d I Call this toll-free number for FPCs new Watt-Wise Line.TM J. 714- Energy-Efficient Use of Your Swimming Pool

be destroyed. From time to time, after the above Call any weekday between 9'and 5, and listen to your choice of I WATER HEATING t'i '

1 date, additional court records may be destroyed i recorded messages on conserving energy and saving money. 900Saving Hot Water Save Money f*"

t under the provisions of said rule. Interested per- There are tapes on insulation,cooling and heating making the most 901- Buy ing An Efficient Water Heater Save

energy-efficient use of your appliances,even federal and state tax savings I one '
sons may obtain a copy of the Supreme Court ;; on energy-conserving home improvements I '1- Heal Pump Water H eat I n" An Efficient

rule establishing a court records retention So, to hold down your electric costs; cut out this listing and put it I 903- AlternativeUs Heat I

schedule and providing procedures governing next to your phone.Then call as often as you I like, because the more you I Heating Cost Recovery For Lower Water-./

'the destruction of court records by contacting know, the more you can save' I 904- Save With A Solar Water Heater' '

; the Clerk of the Court FPIi Watt-Wise Line is another way we're working hard at I WEATHERIZATION ,',

being the kind of power company want. 11000- Insulation Bask .

E EIt Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk, 1001- Insulation Type and R.Value ,J;,

Bradford County, Fl. =., 1002-1004- Attic How Ventilation Caulk Insulation" Partner
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February, 1982! :! TKLEUKAI'll 1'81t'.\

, I>td You Know! 1 1 I 1 I. T T S U S U S S S 5 .. 5 .1. .. .. .. 5 .. .

Out-of-town guests at the Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrews of Mrs. James Barron returned last Among those attending the reenactment Mrs. ILL. Hutson spent Friday to Gospel Sing at -I

verstreet-Prescott wedding Feb. 5 Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of Friday after two weeks in North of he Battle of Olusiee near Monday of last week with her mother

-ere Mr. and Mrs: Robert Waldron Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby.Mr. Florida Regional Hospital following Lake City on Sunday were: Pam Mrs. Lula Neil Webb and Mr. and Pleasant Hope Baptist I

nd son Kerry of White Springs Mr. foot surgery. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fergusonand Mrs. Terrell Webb and family in There will be a gospel sing Satur, I

nd Mrs. Robert Clark and Karen of and Mrs. Charlie Green of family, E.L Matthews Mr. and Nashville. Ga. day night, Feb. 27 at 7:3< at

)range Park and Mrs. Linda Gordon Deland spent the weekend with their Mrs. Lou Struth and daughter, Mar Mrs. X.M. Smith, daughter Terri and Pleasant Hope Full Gospel Church p.m. -

nd Mita and Buddy of jCallahan.Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green tha were in Lake City Friday and granddaughter, Karl Smith Mr. and ALL WINTER CLOTHING :301 N.. fealuring the Sound of Hope

and the Bobby Taylor family. Miss Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mrs. Al Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon 1/2 PRICE NOW AT Refreshments served

and Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy Anita Green of Fernandina Beach Case and family. Silcox, and Mr. and Mrs. Faye Dur LEILAS DRESS SHOP welcome.Floriland : everyone .

isited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Deaver in also visited the Herbert Greens over Bradford Square

Gainesville on Sunday afternoon on the weekend.Mr. ALL WINTER CLOTHING ban.Mrs. Shopping Centerfor
im's birthday. 1/2 PRICE NOW AT X.M. Smith and daugher,

LEILAS DRESS SHOP Terri attended the Marian Conner --- .
) and Mrs. Herbert
Dr. Barney McRae Jr. spend Thomas Bradford Square Book Review last Thursday in : ::
and son, Saturday to Monday at their Jacksonville. ftt Realty .
ichael of Lake City were fishing camp in the Ocala National Forest Shopping Center

Ith Mr. McRae, Sr. on Saturday.Mr. and had as guests their daughter, 1 I.M-J Phone 964-7700 .
Kathleen Rev. Frank ALL WINTER CLOTHING ,1
McNeely and daughter Starling of Panama City
and Mrs. W.S. Haas attendede Michele, Virginia Cochran and spent the first of the week with his 1/2 PRICE NOW AT 393 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Fl. -

funeral of an uncle, Judd Joiner, daughter, Heather, Bob Lattig and parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Starlingand LEILAS DRESS SHOP S

Dublin, Ga. on Tuesday.Bill Bill Arnold all of Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas. Bradford Square BUYING OR SELLING PROPERTY S
Shopping Center TALK TO A RCALTORI S

*3 BR, C. heat 41 air, "r.ploc..lorg. building Ideal far
Johnson Mrs. Ann Godwin of is ,
of Tampa was Gainesville workshops, also land for gardening. ,5

eekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. ALL WINTER CLOTHING recuperating at the home of her 3 BR. plus 5 acres Ideal for growing family owner willIng '.
erome Johns. mother, Mrs. Mack Williams after Mrs. to do
O.L. Haynes Sr. celebratedher some financing.
eye surgery. They had as weekend 91st birthday last Thursday Feb. I ac. for trailer, has pole, septic and well. S '
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson visited DRESS SHOPBradford guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles McQuaigof 18, at a family dinner party'; at the For Rent, nice brick home on lake, $430 mo.

I Ir.; and Mrs. Joe Jordan in Live Oak -e Square Waycross and will have as guests home of her son-in-law and daugher Evenings Please Call

n Thursday and Friday. 0' Shopping Center this coming weekend Mr. and Mrs. Co!. and Mrs. J.A. Scanlan. Vernle Odom. Broker

Ben Williams and family of Savan- GRI Phone' .5416.

nah, Ga. J.R.IC.lly. Associate

_legal Notices *>*""___"______.1....uus_ ..Ji _:_ ... WrIr.....,. __.. _,.,.. _. OO

CALL FOR BIDS serve a copy of your Personal RepresentativeEstate the obove-nomed Petitioner to the Point of Beginn demanded in the Complaint follows, the Second Judicial Yancey. State Attorneyfor Street Key West

SEALED BIDS WILL BE written defenses. if any of JOHN for Foreclosure. SIOO.'OOOOOO: FLORIDA Circuit. P.O. Box 1841 the Tenth Judicial Cir Florida 33040(

ECEIVED BY THE BOARDF to it, on the plaintiffs at. Lillian Camay HANSFORD PAYNE. has ing.PARCEL NO. 3: Beginning WITNESS my hand and HOUSING FINANCE Tallahassee Florida. cult Hall of Justice Honorable Michael J

BOND TRUSTEES OF torn.y. whose name and Dec as.d. filed a Petition In the at a concrete monument -seal of this Court on the. AGENCY LOANS.TO- 32302; Honorable JerryM. Building P.O. Box 1309 Soli State Attorney for

HE CITY OF STARKE AT address i I. Dudley P. Hardy Wayne M. Carroll above-styled Court for marking the SE corner IS day of February 1982. LENDERS, MULTI FAMILY Blair. State Attorneyfor Bartow, Florida. 33803. th. Seventeenth Judicial

HE CITY HALL. IN Esquire P.O. Drawer I 119 Northwest 1st the adoption of the of the NW 1/4 of the GILBERT S. BROWN CONSTRUCTION LOAN the Third Judicial Cir Honorable Janet Rena. Circuit 600 Broword

TARKE FLORIDA UNTIL 1030. Stark., Florida32091.9049648168and Avenue r minor children named In SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of A* Clerk of said Circuit REVENUE NOTES, 1982 cult P.O. Box 1546. Live State Attorney for the County Courthouse Ft

::00 P.M. MARCH 16, Lake Butler Fla that Petition and you are Section 12, Township 8 Court ISSUE A (herein referredto Oak Florida. 32060; Eleventh Judicial Court. Louderdole. Florida

982. file the original with the 904-496-2802 commanded to serve a South Range 22 East By: Beulah Moody as the 'Notes') to Honorable T. Edward Justice Building. Room 33301. Honorable

Tp install an 8 Inch In. clerk of the above styled Attorney For copy of your written thence North 191.2 feet; Deputy Clerk finance multi-family, rental Austin, Jr.. State' Attorney 600. 1351 N.W. 12th St. Douglas L Cheshire Jr :,

.r eating In th. Pow.r court on or before March Personal_ 02/04 Representative 4lehg 03/25 defenses. If any. on J. thence East 119.4 feel; 2/18 4tchg 3/11 housing protects in for the Fourth Miami, Florida. 33125. Stole Attorney lor the "1

lant Well. Install an 8Inch 27. 1982; otherwise a RANDALL HOOPER. Peti thence South 12 degree 2' each of the sixty-seven Judicial Circuit 600 Honorable James A Eighteenth judicial Cir .,
lubmertible pump judgement may be UNITED STATES DISTRICT $tioner' attorney, whose feet East 434.56 feet to OF THE SECOND counties in the State ol Duval County Courthouse Gardner State Attorneyfor cuit Brward County "

Ivlth four hundred GPM. entered against you for COURT MIDDLE DISTRICTOF address is Post Office an Iron pipe. Thence Florida. as more fully Jacksonville the Twelfth Judicial Courthouse. 400 S ::
rout It up according to the relief demanded in FLORIDA JACKSON. Drawer C, Gainesville, West 210 feet to an Iron described in the resolution Florida. 32202. Circuit' 2078 Main Street Street, Titusville Florida :
>tate Low requirements. the complaint or petition VILLE DIVISION Florida on or before pipe; thence North 228.8 LEON COUNTY. of the Governor and Honorable Gordon G. Sarasota Florida 33577. 32780 Honorable Robe'

or any furth.r informa- Court No. 81-958-Clv-J March 33. 1982 and file feet to the Point of FLORIDA. Cabinet, of Florida (the Oldhom. Jr.. State Attorney Honorable E J. Salcines. E Stone State Attorneyfor

Ion contact Merrell WITNESS my hand and United States of f the original with the Beginning. Civil Action No. 82-301 "Resolution") as the for the Fifth State' Attorney for the the Nineteenth

..., City Hall. Stark. the seal of said Court on America Plaintiff vs. Clerk of this Court either PARCEL NO. contain DIVISION OF BOND governing board of the Judicial, Circuit, County Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Judicial, Circuit P O

orldo. F.bruary 18, 1982. Norman C. Dague and before service on Peti 1.38 acres more or less. FINANCE of the DEPART. Division of Bond Finance, Office, Building. 3rd County Courthouse" Drawer 4401 Ft Pisice .

THE SAID CITY Gilbert S. Brown.As Jacqueline N. Dague his tioner' attorney or immediately PARCEL NO. 2 contains MENT OF GENERAL SERVICES of the State of Florida Floor. P.O. Box 1086, Annex 5th Floor Tampa Florida 33454 I

ESERVES THE RIGHT TO Clerk of said CourtBY wife, et ol.. Defendant. thereafter; 1 1.62 acres more or less. of the STATE OF Department of General Tavares. Florida 32778. Florida. 33602. Honorable Joseph P

CCEPT OR REJECT ANYR : Beulah MoodyAs Notice of Sale otherwise a default maybe IN ADDITION. Plaintiffhas Services (the "Division) Honorable James T. Honorable James Paul D Alessandro State Attorney

) ALL BIDS. Deputy Clerk Notice I I. her.by given entered against you a lien on, Defendants FLORIDA a Plaintiff public body which Resolution dated Russell State Attorneyfor Appleman. State Attorney for the Twentieth
corporate vs.
OARD OF BOND 2/254lchg3/18 that pui-suant to a Final for the relief demandedIn ; mobile home. STATE OF FLORIDA, and January 5, 1982. and annexed the Sixth Judicial Circuit for the Four- Judicial Circuit P 0

TRUSTEES NOTICE OF INTENTION Judgement entered on the petition. which is a 1971 Fleetwood the several Taxpayer to the Complaintas 416 Pinellas County teenth Judicial Circuit Drawer D Ft. Myers

ITY OF STARKE TO REGISTER January 22, 1982 by the WITNESS my hand and 24 x 60, 1.0. No. Property Owners and Plaintiffs Exhibit 2. Courthouse Cleorwoter. P.O. Box 385, Mananna Florida 33902 hIS lOlh

FLORIDA FICTITIOUS NAME above entitled Court in seal of the Court at 5KODSI3719K and Citizens thereof including authorizes the. 'issuanceof Florida. 33518.) : Florida, 32446. day of Fwbiuory 'I9d2

By Nell L. Tucker Pursuant to Section the above styled cause, Starke, Bradford County 5KODS137I9V. Nonresidents the Notes The Resolution Honorable Stephen Honorable David H. THOMAS A BEt NCi

l City Clerk 865.09 Florida Statutes, the undersigned United Florida this 9 day of at public sale to the owning or subject provides that the Lewis Boyles, State Attorney Bludworth. State Attorney Attorney for PlainiillDIVISION ,
2/25 3tchg 3/11 J i I notice is hereby given State Marshal or any of February 1982.GILBERT highest bidder for cash to taxation therein Notes, in an aggregate for the Seventh for the Fifteenth Of

_ __IN THE CIRCUIT COURT that the undersigned his duly authorized S. BROWN at the. front door of the and All Others having or principal amount not to Judicial Circuit Courthouse Judicial Circuit P.O. Box BOND FINANCE

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -I A.R. HAYES and RALPH. deputies will sell the Clerk of the Bradford County Courthouse claiming right titleor exceed one hundred Annex Room 2905 West Palm Beach. Room 453

OF FLORIDA IN BRYAN. joint owners, property situate in Brad. Circuit CourtBY in Starke, interest any to million dollars 302. 125 E. Orange Florida. 33402. Larson Building

AND FOR BRADFORD doing business under the ford County. Florida. : Beulah MoodyAs Florida at 1 11:00 a.m. on be affected property by the Issuance ($100.000.000)) shall Avenue Daytona Beach. Honorable Kirk C. Tallahassee Florida

COUNTY firm name of BRADFORD described as: Deputy Clerk the 15th day of March of the Notes bear interest at such rate Florida 32014 Zuelch State Attorneyfor 32302

CIVIL ACTION SECURITY said intends fictitious toregl.t.r A portion of the SE 1/4 218311 1982. described in the Complaint or rates shall be dated Honorable Eugene TWhltworlh. the Sixteenth Judicial ((904)448) .7481
GILBERT S. BROWNAS ond shall mature on such State Attorney Circuit. 2 4
302 I83lchg3
29 Fleming
Cote No. 82-80 name under the of SE 1/4 of Section NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE and All Others to
CLERK OF SAID dote and in such years for the Eighth 5
Hus.bond Township
JAMES McCABE. aforesaid statute. Range Pursuant to Chapter be affected In any way

.. Dated this 27th day of 22 East In the City of 274, Florida Statute, the COURTBy thereby; Defendants.IN and amounts as shall be Judicial Circuit P.O. Box Real Estate
: Beulah Moody provided by subsequent 1437. Gainesville Buys
MILDRED McCABE, January 1982. in Bradford Stark., Bradford County. District School Board of RE $100.000.000
Wife County. Florida and being more Bradford County Florida Deputy Clerk FLORIDA HOUSING resolution of the Division, Florida. 32602:

'NOTICE OF SUIT 02/11 4tchg 03/04 particularly described a* 2/18 2tchg 2/25 adopted on or prior to Honorable Robert Eagan
will have a public auction FINANCE AGENCY.
PROPERTYTO follows: For point of on Saturday, LOANSTOLENDERS.MULTI.FAMILY the sole of the Notes. State Attorney for the (it'l f/ic imtst fortnir !Intnlearned .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF The Notes be issued Ninth Judicial Circuit.
: JAMES M CABE. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF reference commence at February 37, 1983 CON. may .

155 Randolph Avenue. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL the NW corner of said SE beginning at 9:00: A.M. CIRCUIT.THE EIGHTH IN AND JUDICIAL STRUCTION LOAN substantially in the form P.O. Box 1673 Orlando tlolltirs ..S1<*/* 1 ,.m",1/

Min. Hill Dover New CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 1/4 of SE 1/4 and run All property may be FOR REVENUE NOTES. 1982 provided in the trust indenture Florida 32802
f* ""*ii 1 BRADFORD COUNTY. and shall be Honorable Quillion, S.
BRADFORD thence South 87 degree ,
Jersey. __ Inspected at the Opera: ISSUE A- \
YOU.n .RE J&H.EAE.'ONOTIFIED .F,10ICLAA ,. i 18 East along the Northerly tions.nt.rJ: t North. FLORIDA. ORDER subject to olher.rm'i I
that an action CASE:JlO! ;8h90-CP boundary therof .. Orange Street. \\IV..t. Case Nav8154OMwDIVISION .NOTICE* TO: STATE OF and conditions as pjovid :,:r .'j.1f ... ., .
IN RE The estate of of feet OF. FORESTRY ed In the other ,
for dissolution of marriage : distance to Stark.. between the FLORIDA. AND THE
LILLIAN CASEY the Easterly boundary of CREDIT UNION. Plaintiff. agreements Said indenture ERA
Involving' hours of 9:00: A.M. and SEVERAL TAXPAYERS.
'following property in deceased the right-of-way of Ep 3:00: P.M. on Friday. CRAWFORD vs. DALLAS R. PROPERTY OWNERS AND and said, I FAULKNER Ii
NOTICE OF and KATIE L. incorporated
Street agreements were i
Bradford County person : run February 36, 1982. CITIZENS THEREOF INCLUDING -
Florida: A parcel of land thence South 0 degrees A listing of all surplus by reference into
Defendants. REAL
ALL PERSONS HAVING 30' East said the Resolution. Th.Not.s .
lying in the SE 1/4 of S.c. CLAIMS OR along property will be given to NOTICE OF ACTIONTO NONRESIDENTS OWN.
tion 7, Township 7 South. Easterly boundary a each prospective buyer ING PROPERTY OR SUB shall be issued
distance of 335 feet to : DALLAS R. pursuant to the provisions -
Range 22 East Bradford request. Equipment JECT TO TAXATION 964-SOGS ]
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL of beginning. From upon CRAWFORD Houston.Texas. of the Florida [fl]
County. Florida OTHER PERSONS IN. furniture and THEREIN, AND ALL
of thus Housing Finance AgencyAct
parcel b.ing more particularly TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: point beginning materials will be sold on YOU ARE HEREBY OTHERS HAVING OR 7
described continue South (Chapter 420, Port
described as There Is
You ore hereby public auction. CLAIMING ANY RIGHT
'followsf- Commence at notified that the AdministratIon 0 degree 30' East a for sale one vehicle, a NOTIFIED foreclose that on auction TITLE OR INTEREST IN IV Florida Statutes, 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone D
distance of 75 feet to a to a mortgage ((1982)) ) and the State
the Sioofer of laid SE114' of the Estateof 1956. Ford School Bus. PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED OFFICE HOURS:
on certain
thence North property Bond Act (Chapter 215.
-Gl'd run South 88 LILLIAN CASEY.Deceased. point: run 2/18 I 2/25 -
2tchg BY THE IS. .
_degree*tiDV44aIeng515qjq4ry: Probate File 89 degrees 30' East a ,. located in Bradford SUANCE OF THE NOTES Florida Statutes ((1982)) ). Monday Friday 5 Saturday 9 12 noon

4undorythi5,9t NO-81-9O-CP I II pendingIn distance of 97.21 feet to 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT County, Florida and DESCRIBED HEREIN. AND The Clerk of this Courtis 37

the Circuit Court of a thence North FOR BRADFORD COUN. more particularly directed to cause a 100 Owner Fin.
.wIl.II! ,ClnIrbn point; run ALL OTHERS TO BE AF. $1000 PER ACRE Appro acres.
sfcke, P9Q7Fom' ''Bradford County. 1 degree 10' West a TY. FLORIDA. CIVIL AC. described a* follows: copy of this Order to be ALMOST NEW-3 BR, I1/ BA brick II?. anum. mtg.LARG&GRJIti .
POB Irllitinue lYltsc11tS', d t e6n.' ''Florida, Probate Divi- distance of 75.01 feet to TION. The West half (W 1/2).) THEREBY. : published once each ) HOME'On6* f>untry Living. 0

South 86 degrees :.10""" the address of a point; run thence South Case No. 82.9SOUTHERN of the following property You:and; each of you week for three ((3)) consecutive "COMPLETE DAIRY OPERATION' Acres.

: .-which ilit'StarKe.) Florida 89 d.gre.s30West DISCOUNT : Begin at the weeks com Good -
30' W W; "dlcSflJMid a TWO UNIT investment property. $75.000. terms
and the State of Florida
Southerly boundary. 225"'13209J.1The) : pome and address distance of 96.35 feet to COMPANY.; Plaintiff i vs. Southeast corner of Lot mencing with 'the first Call St.
of the Personal'Representative's of CHARLES W. MARSHALL.SR. 60 of WOODLAWN. Section through the State Attorneys publication which shall "HWy.S3fl4mangJ4jiJ '
point beginning.at
not f..!i ite soul i,ifiiioij Ipfcburthence At'torney' for the First, Second 13NICE
NpfjhjB d.qc.pc; public outcry to the and MYRL MAR. 13, Township 5 not be less than twenty HOME with beautiful fireplace. Corner lot.
'Is 'set forth Third Fourth,
30' West 486.33 I.etth.nceNoth ; as highest and best bidder SHALL and COMMUNITY South Range 22 East ((20)) days prior to the *YOU MUST SEE this home on Bessent Rd. Many extras 3 0'
below Fifth. Sixth Seventh
for cash at the hour of12OOo'cbock STATE BANK OF STARKE and run West 832 feet to date set for the said 2
I BR. BA. Assum. Mtg. ,
!:I J'.S.9'P. t., |It> Ampersand' having thencerun Eighth Ninth. Tenth,
Defendants. beginning corner; herein. In .
_j'6 6L' 101t: f..tth.nc'f claims or demands noon on Eleventh Twelfth. Thirteenth hearing IMMACULATE! 2 BR. 1'IA on Three Acres. -
March 5, 1982 at front NOTICE OF SALE West 208 feet to a newspapers of general,: MOBILE HOME 100 W. 10500.\ Terms
: "fYI.1t,;:kQ'"''' against the Estate or. requireeV Fourteenth Fif on one acre. Hwy.
-SCrrEost: -487.23 feet to'IhsVpOBV91110 ,WITHIN THREE door entrance of the NOTICE Is hereby point; thence run East circulation published In *WATER ST. 90'x12S' lot and 2 Apts. $20.000. Terms. 4
teenth Sixteenth
u fvn .""'MONTHS' :FROM THEDATE'OtTHE Bradford County Courthouse given that pursuant to 208 feet to a point; each of the sixty-seven TWO NICE building lots In town.
Less and Except th. FIRST at Storke the Final Judgment thence run South' 208 Eighteenth. ((67)) counties in the State CHERRY STREET:2 building lots. Terms.5THREE .
Nineteenth and Twentieth
NorflvMSJ'lte'rMheTeof.reserved ,.. ''PUBLICATION OF THIS 1 Florida. entered in cause feet to the beginningcorner. Judicial Circuits of of Florida. BEDROOM frame, needs work. Good location. 7

for' ifJodJIiW--, NOTICE to file with th. Dated January 27. numbered 82-9 In the DONE AND ORDEREDIn MOTEL t RESTAURANTGood reported Income. Terms _

-of way-has Ee'e'n (,I.d Clerk of the above Court 1982.Michael Circuit Court of Bradford has been filed againstyou Florida are hereby before required Chambers atTalloho. LARGE Two Story frame home In 3 acres.

oganst< IoU and youV are a written statement of E. Romanczuk County. Florida. I will in the above-styled this court to appear In the .... Leon County. OLDER 5
required to serve a copy any claims or demands United States Marshall sell the property situatedIn court and you are required Florida this 10th day of *FOUR ACRES almost new two bedroom home.
Chamber of the under 19
pf written defenses, ., hey may have. Each Middle District of Florida Bradford County to serve a copy of February 1982. THREE ACRES with doublewlde off SR.6.! Owner fin.

If any your to It. on the plain. claim must be In writing Ernst D. Mueller Florida described as: your answer and written signed Circuit Judge at. Donald O. Hartwell HOME < ACREAGE pecan trees timber. Hwy. 301N.
the Leon Courthouse 9
-- iff'. attorney whose and must indicate.the Assistant United States PARCEL NO.; Beginning defense. If any to it on County Circuit Judge *PULUF7/MAMV beautiful pastu&O>4ui tr.con tr....
in Tallahassee
basis for th. claim the Attorney BYRON S. CAMP of the CERTIFICATE OF SERVICEI Owne'fitt.Itl -
at concrete (
and address Is a monument -
name Dudley P. Hardy. P.A.. name and address of the Attorney for Plaintiff marking the SE cor- law firm of Erwin Varn Florida on the 26th day I HEREBY CERTIFY that *LOVELY :3 BR. I'/ BA brick home w/30 beautiful acres. ,.
creditor or Its agent orottarn.y Odom and Kitchen of March. 1982 at 10:00:
P.O. Drawer 1030. 2/4 4tchg 2/25 ;nerof the NW 1/4 of the Jacobs, a true and correct copy Pecan end fruit trees.'WESTMOREI.AND )
and the o'clock A.M. and show
Stark., Florida 32091. IN-THE SW 1/4 of Section 12.Township Attorney for of the foregoing, Order to STREET-Nlce building lot.$4.800. .
claimed. If the
amount MATTER OF THE cause. If have 18
Plaintiff whose addressis any you
8 Show Cause has been WELL ESTABLISHED BUSINESS-Good Income.Hwy. 301S.1
and file the original wlih South. Range
claim I I. not yet due the ADOPTION OF Post Office Drawer why th. prayers of the 18
the clerk of the above date wh.n It will become ELIZABETH 'GRACE 23 East Bradford County Complaint filed in the furnished by certified Good terms.

styled court ajn or beforeMarch due shall be stated. If PAYNE MELISSA ANN Florida; thence North 1170 Tallahassee above-styled casue U.S. Mail to the "4 BR. J'/i BA BRICK on one acre. Excellent owner Ii... -5-

27. 1982: otherwise the claim Is contlgent on PAYNE and CHARLES 88 degrees 15 West Florida 32302. and file should not be grantedand Honorable Curtis A.Gold.n. *ONE ACRE building site on Hwy"00 S.3'i :

a judgement may unliquidated. the natureof along the South line of the original with the State Attorneyfor ACRE.&..*Dub area wStOl&I&BA home.
ROY PAYNE Petitioner: the Note and
b. entered against you the uncertainty claimant JOHN HANSFORD the NW 1/4 of the SW 14a Clerk of the above.styled validat.d proceedings and the First judicial Cir "IB ACRE tract Hwy. 301N. City utilities avail. Great '-

for the relief demanded shall deliver sufficient I. distance of 377.5 feet. Court on or before the 26 cuit. P.S. Box 12726. Pen- terms. '00' front. \
aql PAYNE. confirmed therein
l In, the complaint or p.tI. copies of the claim NOTICETO Thence North 122 feet; day of March 1982; prayed. The as Notes to be sacola Florida 32575, "J'/ ACRE with well septic and electric. Terms. S J

.to the CI.rk to enable thence North 80 degree otherwise, a judgment Honorable Donald S. "110 BEAUTIFUL ACRES. Lawtey area. Improved Fishponds
: ROBERT L.,SAYRE, Issued by the Plaintiff
tion.WITNESS hand and- the Clerk to mall one 31' East 183.67 feet; may be entered against Modesitt State Attorney fenced. PRICE REDUCED. -
my address unknown.You herein described
the seal 1 of said Court on copy to the Personal are notified that thence South 197.2 feet you for the relief are as "2 BR FRAME apprax. 4 acres on Hwy. 125. lawtey area.BESSEHI .,!

February 18. 1982. Representative.All ROAD several nice building lots :..

GILBERT S. BROWNAs persons InterestedIn ONE A&O4UJ&nobile h&.<&tMd230A. j ,9
the Estate to whom *FIX-UP THIS HOUSE wfive beautiful ac. Morgan Rd.
Clerk of said Court
Notice Administration .
of this of
copy "STUCCO- One ecre greenhouse. REDUCED to 21300. 0
has be.n
As Deputy Clerk mailed or. required NEIGHBORHOOD PROPERTIES. INC. REALTOR *MA&S0y ITRsCVItT frontage. L6euJary.: small .
I I ACM OFFICE cottars! hd'1craf'fices. S
2/25 .tchg. 3/18 WITHIN THREE MONTHS IN Y
FROM THE DATE OF- THE ( 2r1II1JIv U.S. 301 South near Bradford Square 964-5231 OWNED JOINS COURTHOUSE property. IJ$'.175' lot with I
_. file -nif2l. 964.5231 BUSINESS between Starke lawtey.l ,
OF FLORIDA IN THIS NOTICE to onyobl.ctlan. T. IM.fOO. -
I AND FOR BRADFORD' have that challenge* they may the w.. Changed Our Nam. But Not Our Service .WAHINGjXOtLfi( 2 IA ho534a4il l llg. lot. .. 7U

I COUNTY' validity of the decedent'sWIll OWNER riNAMCfOiThl 1 BR, I *A home hes fresh ,.In'. new carpet throughout. Came see. 27500. TWENTY ACHES. Graham eree. Owner will finance r-'
Cote No. 5281CIVIL WELL ESTABLISHED Care Center. Fin. Avail.
the qualification: of Day
ORANGE ITRIITiNlce comer lot ta buIld that new stream home en. Reduced to $4,300.
ACTION -20 ACRES w/moblle home. woodedImproved.LAKE .
the Personal Representative SARATOGA HGTSiWesher/Dryer fruit t In Re: The Matter of the or the venue or hem "2.100. BUt&f&BiVDvt: BA onxL.,000.2
Adoption of: MEDFORD jurisdiction of Court. WATERFRONT PROPERTY and lakes.
the en Crosby Sampson
WILLIAM OWNER FINANCIDsSa.OOO d... 2 BR kern en I Ac. Owner will hold mtg. of ".000. 5 yrs., 12% Int. (pmts. S
All CLAIMS Owner financing. it'S
S I177.V4 '
NOTICE OF SUIT DEMANDS AND OBJEC. pet'.J) TWO BEDROOM frame home In Lake Butler. Owner fin. ,iI:. '
OWNER TtRMSiAvelleWe$ M kleck CM/A. Reduced 32.SOO. .
en toMe. ,
ORSYTHI MM BR frame I Meek home on ever I Ac. Fenced yd. 35000.
RINTAl PROPttTY BR kern In town. We* te everything. $11,000.
SHAFFER. address *CALL STREET-Remodeled store Terms.iRiCiCMMO v.:
-- RED.DATE Of THE FIRST COUNTRY HOMIiOn 2 beautiful ec. Greet piece' for kids 123.100.AMERICA'S !
unknown. Si. I IA o 3 O6E>iwtey .reo. :
YOU ARE HEREBY PUBLICATION OF THE House end Apert..nt.or Rent 11
NOTIFIED that an action Property Management Service ,;
for the matter of the Apprelsels (:'
adoption of MEDFORD 4. 1982. t mi c-y II SM toMi C..e...__ _1w_NAI.' end tt... .. C.elw.y II .... II's'. C.___. ,,,...... .Ix .
Executed this 28th day Swen M. reulknerREAlTOR44504S .

WILLIAM SHAFFER has cf January A.D., 1983. 4Eiiocp tNDtPINOfNTlV OWNED AND OPIRA TID.**... -...0'.....MM*. Irene L. FeuHuwr" ,Rl ALTOR-AS JOCIATE-944-5 I 142
been filed against you Debra Faye Green. LecIllepry.BROKEISALESMAN.64.S420

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\: Page lOA TELEGRAPH February Z5, 1982Hampton

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Ir .. 1 T r. I Newst .
1' 1 Hilites Lawtey I
, with them on Monday. n.I.vmnBthvolthecommuni. Friends: ot Mrs .L.H. Harper, .ofI'

will'be held on Friday, March 5, at 2 Since Louise Mattheus volunteerstwo by Elizabeth Terry x.teild (ft ;Mr. and Mrs. Henry Starke, were glad to Know mat she
by Dolores Meng days weekly with the Smith the death of their was able to return home after a weekin
p.m. in the City Hall. Phone: 782-3300 due to General
I' Phone: 468-1915 Among ton Senior kindergarten and first grade at brother, Mr. Bert Smith, of Savanah
Citizens who attended the covered u-hrml. she is indeed busy! PERSONALS: Ga. His funeral will be Monday after- Gainesville. Our prayers are with
I Senior Citizen Mr. and Mrs. Otis Leech of Friends of Miss Elzabeth Terry are
honor Sunday
dish held in their noon at 2 her.Past
Citizens Club supper p.m.
The Hampton Senior Show at evening at St. Edward's parish Owensboro, Ky, arrived last week to happy to know that her niece, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Norman, of and JVlrs. David Brown are
members enjoyed a Talent Belle spend several weeks with her sister Julie Besson, of Gainesville, who last Sun- going to Virginia next week to visit
hall were Evelyn Vaughan, Ichtucknee Springs, spent
The 22
their meeting Friday, Feb. 19.
Viola Lefebvre the Ed Spell andWilliam underwent in Alachua Brother Brown's parents and other
r'1 selections Brown, William Latin, Rudy surgery day night and Monday with their
I members present enjoyed his DeWaters, Laverne and Lucy 'Muse families. They all General Hospital, Gainesville, came parent' Mr and Mrs. Truman Norman relatives. The main occasion is to
William Lahn man
,4 dolin.played Most by of the others on attending Wellons, Raleigh and Sue Brannen, visited Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Fitzpatrick through alright. Thanks for you Baptize his granddaughter who is. 8

entertained with anecdotes Viola Lefebvre, Paul and Ruth Meng and family in Tampa last prayers. The fire depart mentfeas a coffee years old.
stories. Their poems next meeting and Frank and Dolores Meng.Recup.raUng week. Otis and Clementine are appreciating Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Anderson and break for the two boys who have Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Touchton, ,of
songs or the lovely Florida weather Mr. and Mrs. James Waters enjoyeda cancer. One of them had his leg am- Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs..

+l'I Mrs. Clarice Adkins returned home and beauty of green grass and flowering sea food supper in Jacksonville putated, and the other is in the James D. Kelly on Sunday afternoon.

I Senior Citizens last Friday following one week's con- foliage! Thursday night hospital Many thanks to Lawtey Elemer-
t finement at North Florida Regional Maxine and Lloyd Rowe of Muncie, Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Waters and fami- Mr. Bill 'rouse' went to school in tary School for the nice write-ups that

Entertained at Hospital in Gainesville. We are happy Ind., are spending a few weeks with ly have purchased the former Jewel Albuquerque, New Mexico, for some you have given to Miss Terry lately

St. Edward's Church to report that she is much improved.. their sister-in-iaw, mrs. Mary Roberts Home in Lawtey and will classes for a week. Mrs. Daisy Boch, Mrs. Nellie
'I Condolence Overholser, and the Connie Clark move there in March. Mrs. Pam Talley and children, of Wilkinson, Mrs. Mamie Barrett, and
On Sunday evening, Feb. 21, some Sympathy is extended to the family family. They also enjoy this. beautiful Miss Elzabeth Terry and Miss Ar Jacksonville, visited her mother Mrs. Robert Smith attended the Rev1.

I' '. forty members of the Bradford Coun- and friends of Lawrence Cosgove of spring weather I thurine Blanchard visited her sister. Mrs. John Tye, Sr., on SaturdayMrs. and Mrs E.P. Sheetz's 50th wedding
ty and the Hampton Senior Citizens Waldo who died on Thursday,Feb. 18, Mrs. Cecelia Hammer of Toledo, Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs David< Kelly and sons, of anniversary: party for them. I
Club were honored with a covered at Alachua General Hospital. He wasa Ohio, and Mrs. Doris Martin of Thelma Wilson, at Baker Nursing Jacksonville, spent the weekend with
dish supper. This event was sponsored Senior Genoa, Ohio, were luncheon guests of LAWTKV; ELEMENTARY:: SCHOOL
member of the Hampton Home at McClenny on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trox- '" ,
by St. Edward's Altar Society Paul NEWS ,
> Citizens Club. Mr. and Mrs. Meng on Tuesday. afternoon.Mrs. 1
a and was held in the parish hall. Visitors' They, were enroute home following Viriginia Jenkins, of Hilliard, ell.Mr.. and Mrs. Daniel Wilkison and The school spelling bee will be heldat
the Mrs. Joe Hills. 9 a.m. today in the school library.
Following supper two weeks in Zephyr spent Thursday afternoon with her the
Gissy Introduced Don Hardy who Among those visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elementary School family of Jacksonville, spent Parents and friends are invited to a-|
Hampton Mother Mrs. C.J. Anders.
Gerald Adkins recently were their weekend with their parents, Mr. and
presented a group of his High School Mrs. Shirley Bagwell was welcomed tend. :
John DeVore, of Tampa, was a
Chorus members in a variety of daughters, Helen Richard of Ocala, to the staff at Hampton Elemen- overnight of his! Mrs. Donald Wilison. CTBS Tests will be given to 'all
Tuesday guest
Jean Prevatt of Starke and Louise Jack Wainwright, of Tallahassee,
songs. These included two Madrigal tary School last week, as the second mother, Mrs. Pauline DeVore. students March 2 5. Please make
selections 0 Mine and Smith of Jacksonville. Also visitingon spent Wednesday night during this week that child
: Weep Eyes grade teacher. Mrs. Doss of Max- sure your
Higginbotham( .
I, April Is In My Mistress Face. Also Sunday were Toye and Guy Besides teaching Mrs. Bagwell en- ville, spent a few days at her mobile mother Mrs. Truby Wainwright.Miss has adequate rest and eats well. Also;
of Starke and Jewell Morriss Erda Wilson of Palm Beach
Padgett ,
sung was the Silver Swan and Silent joys cooking, sewing, bowling, bicycling home in Lawtey. Col. please make sure that you child af-
with Lois solo and Mildred Witt of Macclenny. Mrs. came Wednesday to help brother, tends school this week each
Night Moore doing the and jogging.Mrs. Mark and Sarah at- as stifrdent
Henry Hodges ,
Adkins all the of celebrate his birth
appreciates concern William Wilson
r part. The concluding song was the her relatives and friends during her Bagwell's husband, Donald, is tended the stock car races in Lake Ci- must take the full battery'of
entertaining number The Sow Took employed with the Department of day.Mr. tests. Your hcild should bring two
recent illness. ty on Saturday night. Norman attended
and Mrs. Larry
the Measles. Transportation in Gainesville. Her pencils and an eraser in order to tak4
and Mrs. Cecil Scott of
of S.C. Johnstown
Miller Greer
Alto singers were Beth Francis, Ruby and nine year old son, Byrpn, is a studentat camp meeting the test. t
Apopka, were Saturday overnight
several davs with her sister
Baptist Church on Thursday night.
Marla Diana Crawford and Southside School. Several 'have called
Darley, Elementary parents the
of their Mr. and Mrs.
brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Cecil guests parents, her sister
Shawn Hart. Mary Watterson, Lois Mrs. Bagwell, who lives in Starke, Rosier. Mrs. Fred Moore took school in reference to spring break:
Mattheus. Pam and Scott Wilson of Ray Jacksonville
Moore and Robin Stern sang soprano; will be remembered as an efficient Mr. and Mrs. C.J. visited Miss Rachel Boyer, of Here is a calendar of events for the.
Waldo spent from Wednesday to Boyette back to her home last Monday.Mrs. .
tenors were Lee Davis Lex Green, employee of the Florida Bank of rest of the school year.
their brother and sister-in-law Mr.
Kevin Sheetz and Rennie Lennon; Saturday with her grandparents. Bud Starke for many years. We are all Mabel\ Boyelte, of Jacksonville March 2, end of the fourth 6 weeks$
and of
Mrs. Dan
and Louise and Boyette, McClennyon
Mattheus. Cecil Mar- with
returned to her home today
bass her with usl I
was sung by Wendall Tomlinson, delightful to have March 19, teacher planning day
Lanier of West Palm Beach Saturday night. her !. and
cus came son-in-law and daughter, Co
Steve Marshall, Calvin Thomas and CTBS Testing 5-9, break 21 end
had April spring ; April ,
On Tuesday for visit with her Mrs. Hulon Herndon the
a Wilson
Daryll Nasworth. Daniel Martin Children are preparing for'the Mrs William of fifth six
accompanied weeks May 31, no school
misfortune fall in their and
to yard
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mat- Miss Pam' Moore, of Gainesville,
the on the CTBS tests which will be given next for students/teachers June
group piano. ; 3, last
her elbow.
crack We
Also harp
theus. the Mattheuswere right are
visiting of her
After the week. It is all will be healthyand was a Saturday overnight guest
entertainment hoped
special day for studnents; and June 4,7 & 8
friends, Bill and Marjorie that she is lots better. Our prayers are grandmother, Mrs. Fred Moore and ;
recognition to various at school for these tests. *
was given present teacher post planning.
Senior Citizens who were presentedwith Neeld, of Inglis who enjoyed lunch with her. attended services with her on Sunday !

a gift as a momento of the occa-

sion, Mrs. Juanita Hardy, Don Har FAMILY STORE
dy's mother and Beth Francis' grand- DRUG You're going to 'H

mother, was acclaimed the youngest
Senior Citizens present.Mrs. .
Belle Brown of the HamptonClub

was the oldest at a spry 92. Mrs. ourEckerd Pharmcicy.
Lucy Wellons was applauded as the
President of the Bradford County
CLub, and Evelyn Vaughan was ) Pharmacists are highly-trained professionals, who are going to

recognized as Presidnt of the Hampton _J1 makesureyouarecompletelysatisfied Theytakecontmuingeducation

awarded Club.the Hazel table prize.Richardson was / courses to maintain an up-to-date knowledge of developments in

Tables were covered with yellow drugs. They always try to save you money by offering Senior Citizen discounts

cloths and centered with colorful and generic drugs whenever possible They will also save you

azaleas.bouquet of The azaleas.refreshment table held a / / time by constantly checking stocks to keep the drugs you need on hand!

Mrs. Gissy was in charge of arrangements /
for this affair.

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Feb. there TABLETS BOTTLE OF 100 BOTTLE OF 100 >' "
Today, Thursday 25, BOTTLE OF 40
will be a covered dish luncheon for all 100 f 30 FREE :r a Rug. 4.79 Rg.S.39 Wheatacol H.g. 4.98

senior adults at noon in the fellowship 594 m _a. 349 1h r1n, 499 Sllil.mu m, 339 wo.ro..c. vs&f
hall. An open invitation is extended to 4 I'\\ TONIC
seniors in the community to bring a / Higtipotencymultivitamin Highpotencyblend __ Potent For times of ., ,
covered dish and come enjoy the & ol 10 vitamins '' stress. t KWEl
fellowship. Eddie Douglas will be the mineral supple & 6 min m mineral.m 1
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guest speaker. merit. Limit 1 orals Limit 1 niS" '

United Methodist Women-'s general

meeting is next Tuesday, March 2. in
the fellowship hall beginning at 10 1 <(Dl=) I eFRUT

a.m. Vickie Carver will be guest -PAC k 'S Dela> +
speaker sharing her experiences she 1FutPaYEAST
had while attending the International 1 MAXWELL HOUSE
Youth Seminar on World hunger.United LE OF 100 R'. 4.2S FUfl. 3.24 .s t ".. 4.25 CBU* A.D.C. COFFEE
9Essential VITAMIN i treats "4 99
2 2/425 .I l *-1 2524 288 1 1-POUND
l'etttecostul! Church: /J aaw.a a IICITHIN e.4-oUNCE Reg. 2.99 I
vitamin A diet supple.aA.r Natural dietarysupplement. Fruit-llavored
you need z ment. Limit 2 .:=:::;:- multi-vitamin Sal Priced .... V/ For automatic drip t.
204 N. -. -. '' coffeemakers, Limit 1\
every day. : Limit 2 supplement. Fluoride toothpaste. Limit 1 ,
Water Pastor: Rev O.L. Wells -


Friday, 7:30: p.m., youth service

Saturday, 7:30 p.m., men's prayer ECKERD BRAND PRODUCTS
meeting; Sunday, 10 a.m., Sunday
School, 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Service WHITE.RAIN
; Tuesday, 9 a.m., ladies prayer
meeting; Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.. Bi LISTERINE HAIRSPRAY
ble study. Obey Acts 2:38: & 39. MOUTHWASH
4M 2-TVPES 7.5CLfreshens

499 u- lnj
Lucky Leaf 4-H
Meeting Held Kills gem d. 4 Price i reflects3LOUNCLn
for breath. off Tabel. Limit't .
4imit 1
Lucky Leaf 4-H Club held their last sa

4, meeting Jan. 25, 1982. .
If you plan to enter an animal in the ,
r fair must have 4-H P "
you jacket or an SOFT SENSED

4 FFA jacket to show your animal.At BUY ONE GET ONE FREE! ASCRIPTIN I :SKIN
our meeting record books were j -
8 given to all who were entering swineor TABLETS *: riptin LOTION
steer in the fair.

& By Marcia Wattrrson, .and your satisfaction is guaranteed. % 178 .-----as.-- { 129| l$&**

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%' Aspirin with Extra-Moist or
H ECKERD Maalox added. L ?, ) ExtraProtection.VITAMIN .
C BABY Limit 1 Limit 1
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CommunityNews BOTTLE OF 250R SHAMPOO
.g. 3.15 19-OZ. .,tF"c, /

J 2 for 3 18 2 for .09c 's 1' JOHNSON'S

I *L_# 250 mg. Use dally. I Gently cleanses COTTON PEROXIDE _
/ Limit 2 ttair. Limit 2 % / SWADS 300" + I-OUNCE
by Elizabeth G. Walker : .aaiN
Phone: 9646683New ECKERD '- ,+,A .o 439 49
Hope Baptist Church: f ASPIRIN ECKERD Decorator Local disinfectant
Negro History Observance, Mt. B-121 p In plastic
4 FLOSS AWAY + + of
OF 100 83 dispenser
Moriah United Methodist Church fi FUg. toasts BOTTLE OF 100 .A" bottle. Limit 1
Choir will sing. Mrs. Cynthia Sher- C I R.g.ee P.p.1.19 swabs. Limit 1

man Ross will spealc. Feb. 28, 7:30: 2 for 83 CIA" 2. "I88 T 2 1 19
p.m. The public is invited to attend r for .,

these services.:: un4'M'0, %

Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist REVLON FORMULA 2
Chruch: The Junior Church will MYLANTA TRI COLORS .
sponsor a program in honor of Black LIQUID FOR EYES
History Month Sunday, morning at 11 1' ECKERO CHILDREN'S ECKERD ECKERDiii ,=. 12-ouNce Regular le 2.SO
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Bradford High School's Lady Tornadoes ,
didn't win the District 5-AAA
tournament played at Gainesville
JV Boys Nip Colts High School last weekend. But even a

itigry'u Y 57-43 loss to host and tourney favorite
J CHS in Saturday night's finals didn't
The waiting is over. put a damper on what turned out to bea
'.. After a season full of losses-21 for tributed the coach said. Eight I banner season for the girls and
the varsity and 19 for the JV the scored with Chandler ending with 23 coach Gayle Lee
junior varsity boys from Bradford points, Tom Johnson 10, Calvin Davis 4 t > v The Lady Tornadoes had already
High School finally scored the 3, and Wade Pelharn, John David recorded the winningest year in the
schools' first boys basketball win Francis, Steve Marshall, and Roger rid modern era of girls basketball with 14 I
Saturday night at BUS. And the Jefferson 2 apiece. Mike Early and i .1. "Rfl wins... they had reached the Districl
Jayvees of coach Rick Stephens add- Sam Norman didn't get on the \ \ finals for the first time ever by topping -
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ed a dramatic flair to the victory winning Scoreboard but did their share I' 4 \ r4"z Eastside 54-49 in Wednesday's ,
it in their last contest of the Stephens noted especially as BIN first round and then rallying to win
season and doing it in tension- went into a semi-stall to kill time off 54-51 Thursday against Santa Fe And
building rollercoaster fashion. 'the clock in the closing moments. ya that Santa Fe team had beaten BUS
First they rallied from behind in the "They played heads" up and they twice in the regular season.
fourth quarter and then saw the win listened to me tonight, Stevens added So for a team that had never been
nearly taken away by visiting North 'em. "for...and they didn't blow it, I thank : past the first round in District play
Marion In the final minutes. But this that. $ .4 the end to a fine 14 win 7 loss season
time unlike a near-victory over Clay "We finally put it together. We was only momentarily hard to take
)High were an 8-point lead went down should have won about 6 games this
year but the inexperience and them The Lady Tornadoes displayed top-
the drain the young Tornado players notch basketball as they whipped
listening to hurt
me us. Really ;
regained the upper hand and held on that inexperience and them not listen- 4'Ij Eastside 54-49 and Santa Fe 54-51 to
[for a thrilling 44-42 victory. ing is the same thing." reach the finals of the District 5-AAA'
The reaction... it
you guessed :
:'i BHS had lost to Santa Fe 56-43 Friday tourney.
They went completely wild was night, with Chandler leading the In the win over Eastside BIIS
.he' way Stephens put it. with displayed its most balanced attack 01 t '
scoring 18, Marshall and Nor-
The clutch shooting of Daren man 6 and t- J. A"We're .. the season as it charged from behind
canning Pelham -
Francis -- a -
Chandler, who hit 5 long jumpers in
after being down 29-24 at the half
the fourth period as BHS came from and Davis 4. Number One!" Or At Least Number Two... Jackson who finished with a 21,4

behind 34-29 to forge into the lead wasa Nor*M.rlon 1! t 11 I 41 The Bradford High girls basketball team wasn't hurting Lee tried to tend to business.for scoring average, led the scoring
key, but Stephens said the victory li.dlt.rd. Clwi4l. t 10_10 IS_.. 44r.cHordi confidence before Its District championship game with Though they couldn't quite overcome top-seeded GIIS parade with 16 but right behind her in "
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was truly a team win. "All 9 of them r.Do.l.I,JeknMii 10. MN.,..S.I.Hr d.0,I.N.m n h.11 0.IQJALli Gainesville High at GIIS Saturday night.They gladly gave the BUS girls did finish number two In the District for the double figures were Queenie Berry 1
?participated! and J they! _all con- I....... the 'number 1 salute' before tipoff time while coach Gayle first time since the playoffs started. with 15, Tracy Hankerson with 11, and '

.' y Vonda Kay Hall with 10.

ou ire going to like Eckerd's AMERICAS FAMILY DUG! STORE making Berry was steals everywhere blocking in shots the, win.and

: grabbing rebounds in addition to her
; biggest scoring night of her year
famous Photo Offer. rjvISA 1 Again Friday against Santa Fe the
; Lady Tornadoes had to scratch and

.. Twice the Prints... Get an extra set of prints with every roll of y "1 claw as the lead went back and forthin
Solor or black and white print film developed and printed.. Clt 9_ ef.I i the battle against the Raiders and
TODAY AND EVERYDAY + their power center' Felecia Black
Jackson, who knocked in 7 of 9 foul
Twice the Film .... Get two rolls of print film for the price of one MatlerCerder shots in the final minutes, sealed the
Kodacolor black and white, when you have your film processed victory by bucketing both ends of a
ht Eckerd's., TODAY AND EVERYDAY one-and-one with just 7 ticks on the

Twlce the Guarantee... Buy only the prints you want. No clock. BHS won the game at the charity
hassle-even if the goof was in the picture takingEAEBGIZER. L Q / stripe hitting 16-of-24 tries while
.Santa Fe made just one foul shot
Jackson canned 29 points to offset
the 29-pomt! night by Black and
,cA C, Hankerson and Hall hit B and Berry 6
/ I for BHS.
G> r\ In the finals Saturday a vocal I
ECKERD 3 following of some 45 Bradford fans
lei 4'At! -- ; were on to support the girls and BHS
S 1.1. CONTROL TOPPANTYHOSE Control : bolted out to a 7.2 lead as Berry and
: \ .
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I ..., SOO'Regular net./ 00 I Bu| the Hurricanes who were 18-o
.No. <: coming in, counterpunched behind
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Mo lis u 1-1 Priced son and scored 19 of the next 23 points
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KE I Limit. 2 M"U Ut I KM 61,.RW." at halftime but with the Tornado fans 3
shouting support there was no giving
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; I I said "this is our half."
EVEREADY CASCADE With Hall, Hankerson. and Berry
holding their ground in a physical 7
ARM & HAMMER board battle with taller GHS the
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Hall, just a sophomore grabbed a
total 1 of 15 rebounds in the game while 1B'
I I Hankerson hauled in 7 and Berry (ti i
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< Ir..ll. with 19, Hankerson had 11, and Bass 6 0\,

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. .Bristles. off switch has ready signal. 1 TNT ANT & their first victory against also--weak )
% North Marion Saturday night
VALIANT # OSCILLATING NIKON ROACH SPRAY everything had to go right. 18
10" X 17"
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KITCHEN IRON )( 9.99W 11-OUNCC 129 The Tornadoes suffered through a 85

S HELF,, Regular' 7."* GRILL No.SPRINKLER M .-.-."-.9.MCovers I Regular 1.99 ....... OACH1utt miserable shooting night hitting just
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tier, 11" x Detachable cord & folding, 8' \\ Dual "oo-"' ., % leave BHS 0-22 heading into District I
\J 5-AAA tournament play this weekendat
:'t8"'x 38". handle.LADIES', grids & vents. ft. Brass Jets.
Santa Fe Community College's _
25-QT. IGLOO x 50' PISTOLGRIP. III _---- I gym. .
1:2SUPER SAVER i HOtlNOZ2LI District 5-AAA appears to be one of
BIG PENS FLEECE CHEST GARDENHOSE 2.2'3000'FF I the powehouse class AAA leagues in ,9
the state with 4 solid teams (records
? PACK orftBulr 1.11/ Regular 17." I I VISUAL SCENE / overall and in District in parenthesis I 0
Eastside ((24-4, 7-2)), Live Oak (20-3( '
:109 { e c SUNGLASSES25OFF 0 8-1), Buchholz (19-9! 5-4), and Santa -
RCOULAR rnices/ : Drain plug. RubberVlnyfl.\ I Fe (l7, 5-5)) -- so it will take a stunning -
Choice of sizes
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;e6r black. mtHA & colors. tray. their first victory now i3
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QUEEN SIZE! RYOBI SX3 PRO H Men's & ladies' styles In latest 69-24 Friday night at home, is matched 7
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. NOTEBOOK Tornado coach Mike Sexton's club
Regular IM
Regular' .11 I has in the district
:\ played everybody I
,; R.149259 JOB / I except Buchholz and he sees the battle ..I
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:1 I for the team title as 't
; For lawn work Metal construeFreshsaltwater.. close to call. "I just don't know/sex. 1';
00 tlon. Assorted 2-pc. ceramic3unched ,
& chores I ton said when asked about a District II
colors. guide rod.
WICKER CLOTHES favorite. After a moments pause he f'

: Sl OPENDAILYltol.8UNDAY10to7. HAMPERS I added: "I guess aorta think Eastside
i. y Sale' Price good thru Sal. Feb.27th 15"s 1.908" R.g.13./1 .. .... _could come up with it.
In last week's losses Gary Carter
H! 17". ,,". UH"Reg. 1.... 11.88 continued to lead BHS in scoring hitting .

. Bradford ?". 1J1 all"R.1.,1.1.12.aaDecorative "I 15 on 6-of-13 shooting against

Square natural wicker. against North Marion Santa Fe.after putting in 7' 'i .

301 South, Starke, Florida i Freshman guard Robert Bellamy l
had H against North Marion, hitting ,
5-of-12 from the floor and Eddie ,
Thompkins had 10 points and 9 re-
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; Bradford 9 t Spring Sports Scoop :. ;

'. Off to 2-1'' ,

fI BHS Netters Open Thursday ;::

Early Marl ; Bradford High School's boys and girls tennis teams get their seasons

:underway this Thursday, Feb. 25, with home matches at the BHS tennis*
courts T
Bradford High's 1982 baseball team J, Both squads play host to Gainesville Eastside in the.opening match that isset '
found out what it was like to be on top .
;, to start at 3:30: p.m.
and then on bottom in routs last weekas The Bradford boys are coming off a 7-5 year and return the top 2 players'

none of the first three ballgames of I 4 ''and 3 of the top 6 rom last year. Junior Craig Sapp who had a 9-4 record In
the season were close. The Tornadoeswon .. number one singles and 8-2 mark in doubles is back at number one, and
the first two, crunching Keystone ; returning at number two is senior Eddie Winkler;; who was 5-5 in singles and
Heights 14-2 Friday in Keystone Friday 6-2 in doubles last year, teaming with Sapp as the number one doubles duo.;
home folksan
and then showing The two have hopes of placing high at District this year.
11.1 win over the same team at Phil Miller,Jeff Johnson,and Shane Johnson stand 3+5 on the singles lad

BUS Saturday.All W :der now, and two of those three will make up the number two doubles team.
that turned around Tuesday in .
.said Coach Jerry McGriff.
the first round of the Palatka Invitational ,. Rounding out the boys roster are juniors Greg Clark and Joe Canfux

Tourney as Jacksonville Bolles ,,-,,-- -,,- ',sophomores Kevin Johns and Mike Christmas, and possibly freshman John'David i
put it on Bradford 11-0. The Tornadoes Allen Didn't Pitch from a Stretch Often... Francis after he finishes basketball. '
the double-
in I
return to action The girls to bounce back from a 4-8 season last year with everybody
elimination tourney with a 5 p.m. In a rare scene from the BUS baseball opener last BUS b Mike Waters. hope
at Palatka's Azalea park weekend pitcher Scott Allen looks a Keystone runner back Allen struck out 12 and allowed just 3 bits, all In the last .back except Melissa Winkler and Michelle Sapp.
Thursday game Feb. 25. They'll play the Jo lint before going to the plate. The first, baseman for Innings, so KIIIIS runner were scarce. Junior Carmen Eaves returns at the top singles spot while another junior,.. :
Lori Muse, will play at number two when her work schedule allows it. When": '
loser of Tuesday's Orange Park Muse is working the number two will be senior Stacey Denmark,who had the
Gainesville High game. A win Thursday too a* a two-out double by losing pit the loss to Bolles saw nothing go right "We did everything we could not do Lady Tornadoes' best individual singles mark of 8-5 last season. SophomoreTina
would send BHS into the fifth cher Ross Millikan and another wild for BHS. Pop flies were dropped, to win today, BUS Coach Mike' Bowen( Faith Roberta and Sherri Foster round out the list of girls who
place game set for 2 p.m. Saturday in pitch allowed runs to score. baserunners failed to execute properly Hartley said after the loss. "If we'd will see most of the action.
Palatka. BHS had no trouble solving Millikan the key hits never came, and Allen done some things early to steal a run Also on the girls team are sophomores Lori Clark, Kelll Carver, Liz"'
Next home game for the Tornadoesis as the Tornadoes ripped 14 hits in 5 in- hurt himself with wildness. The here and there it might have changedthe Lawson and Julie Wise senior Vickie Carver, and junior Lisa Strayer. ..!.
Saturday, March 6, against GHS at nings:ADen was the leader with a triple Bulldogs had just 6 hits in the win,the complexion of the game but we .,..
2 p.m. and double and 2 RBIs in 4 at bats biggest blows being a towering 3-run didn't execute."
Everything went right in the twin- while Scott Hudson, Clayton Norman homer by Rusty Perry that made it Chaff is 4forto lead BHS in hitting ./"!
killing of Keystone Heights, which Andy Chaff, and Ricky Sullivan all! 4-0 in the fifth and a 2-run double by after the first week. Allen and BHS Girls Defend Titles '
had just one senior back from its state adding 2 hits apiece. Sullivan produced Troy Douglas in a 7-run fifth inningfor Sullivan are both 4-for-8, and Hudson
playoff team of last year. 3 RBIs and Chaff 2 and 4 other Tor- Bolles. and Norman 3-for-9.
Pitchers Scott Allen and Richie nadoes added hits. Bradford got{ just 2 hits off the'crafty fOri...,.P...Iftrwttorrf Fresh off a 14 win-7 loss basketball season Coach Gayle Lee and her Brad.
Softball this week with the
Fender both hurled Allen In game two Fender surrenderedjust Bulldog pitcher Joe Wingard, both 741 II II U 4 ford High girls turn their attention to season
struck out 13 batters in )just 5 innings 4 hits and threw shutout ball after coming early. Hudson beat out an in- K.,.*o -Allot. ((1-0). I- MlII"_ ((0-1)) The BHS girls host Gainesville Buchholz at 3:30: Wednesday, March 3, at
Friday and narrowly missed startingthe keystone scored in the top of the firston field single to open the bottom of the 20Hudws.CIAll...(tHIl) MllllkM(K).
year with a perfect game or no- an RBI double by Thomas. first but was erased when Bolles turn- -Allm((0141)). Westside Field in the 1982 season opener.
hitter.'A third strike with two outs in Allen and Sullivan again had 2 hits ed a double play. Chaff roped a r... Bradford did in Softball last year what they did in basketball this year: win,
the fourth inning got past catcher for the Tornadoes while Fender curveball into left field in the next Inn- 11__ -'dor. M loo 00 I 4 I a District title, and then took that one step further by capturing the Region,
Robert Carver and allowed scored 3 times to help his own cause ing but when he tried to advance on a rwMonl .11. I championship with a resounding 21-4 thumping of Ocala Vanguard here in
Keystone's first baserunner of the and leadoff batter Hudson stole 2 fly ball to center the base umpire ruled ,W.. ..._.....((1-0)).. I- H'rp.i((0-1)). Starke. BHS finally bowed out of the playoffs with a 14-9 loss against
'h (K) Inverness-Citrus in the Sectional round capping off a fine 13-7 season. The
day, thurs breaking up a perfect bases and scored twice despite going he left second to soon, thus ending
game. The next batter, Rickie hitless. that threat. ,......,.P...21 only record better in BHS history is the 13-1 mark of 1977, where the Lady
Thomas, blooped a single to right to Norman, Fender, Chaff, and Randy Wingard mixed his fastball, curve, oil" MO 27 II t 1I.dlerd Tornadoes under the direction of Greg Alvarez won their first 13 before logging ::
spoil Allen's no-hit bid. And finally in Parado all had 1 hit. and slider to keep BHS off balance the .000 00..11 in the playoffs.
W- Wlnpd(1-0)( ) IAllwi ) .
the Allen lost his shutout ((1-1) Six starters from last year return for Bradford, and 12 newcomers give ;
next inning In contrast to the first two games rest of the dav. 2" Dwgln(N.) Ml- hay(M.).
Lee the luxury of having two players at nearly every position. Starters back ::
are sophomore !Mashell Brown at shortstop, soph Vonda Kay ,.:
Hall moving to third, senior Doll Waters at catcher, junior Lorraine Bass <:;:
I. Billy Green Closes Mat Career With. 5th at State moving in to play share short with Brown, sophomore Valery Hamm back at :;::
,.pitcher and Queenie Berry moving to left field.. Berry will take over for :;i.
i graduated Sharie Hankerson, the BHS left fielder who was among the top .:;"
.Softball players in the state a year ago. h-
:, Bradford High School senior Billy '_ ." + ',.:':.'!t'41. w4u.w. ,., lead thanks to a vise-grip cradle hold because the competition wasn't as Also back from last year's team are outfielders Lisa Blackshear and Pam :';
Green, the only Tornado wrestler to but from that point on the match was tough," he said. "But considering the Sams and first baseman Hope Jackson. }::.
qualify for state three times, narrow even. In the wrestlebacks Fayette of circumstances I'm satisfied with The new faces on the roster are: outfielders Kim Brown, Elizabeth Stitt; ''

ly missed placing in his final go at .....'.... Bradenton Southeast decisioned what. I did." :Tonya Rigby, Kay Allen, Terri Mathews, and Sheila Edmond; catcher :.;
state mat honors last weekend. The '. Green 6-4 to spoil the Tornado's McDuffie was decisioned by Theresa Felton; second baseman Melanie Woods and Sherri Nipper; third ;::
dedicated 116-pounder tied for 5th /,. '/o\' \'' ",. e.. chances of a medal. ''I another eventual state runnerup, Mit- baseman Jill DeSue; pitcher Pat Slocum; and first baseman Diane Woods; .::
place at the state class AAA meet I.' JI '". "Billy tried everything to get the !chell of Naples, 13-7 in the first round, After opening with Buchholz BHS goes to Eastside for a 4 p.m. game ':
held in Ft. Myers, just missing takingone ,... ''i! 'ii'I, ,, ._ guy turned over and score some back and lost to Robinson of Ft. Pierce Thursday, March 4, and returns home to play Santa Fe at 4:00: Wednesday', '
of the medals that to the 1-4 $'I; &w.i ,- but the kid too :,Central 6-1 in the wrestlebacks. ;"
go ; ...,, .,,;. :> J" : points was just March 10.Other :: ;::
finishers. strong," BHS Coach Cole Childers "Those guys from down south wres- home games on the 14-game regular season schedule are: March 145 :ame
Bradford High's other state ; J said. Je all year long," Childers noted. Middleburg, March 17- Live Oak, March 22GHS, April Keystone, and .:::
qualifier, junior Michael McDuffie, Childers had nothing but praise for ,"They're so diversified in their April Eastside... ;::: '
found the going extremely rough in .' Green, who wrapped up his career knowledge of wrestling... they're just ., : :
the 132 pound class and lost two deci- : '\;" .'.; with a 19-9 season that gave him, 50 polished wrestlers. I think Michael : :;:::
sions to end a fine season with a 20-5 i ,',./. varsity wins in his career. "Billy uses 'will do all right next year, especially r. -;'':.':.:
record. ".,. every ounce of what he's got. When if he keepson wrestling through the Track Teams \['Rebuilding' ''.H

Green won 2 matches Friday to get ;. .'. the going' gets tough, Is'when Billy summer.
to the semifinals but lost a couple of ,1//" wrestles his best. He really wrestled _Area :.powerhouse _Live Oak, When coaches talk about 4;rebuilding year they usually mean they've! got a
hardfought battles Saturday. His wins ." super the first day... he just lost those Suwannee County brought the state squad stripped by graduation losses and are in for a tough' 'year.! They'hope to
were a 6-1 overtime decision over ..' u .. two close matches Saturday." AAA title up to north Florida this rebuild for the years to come. i,
Whiddon of Ft. Myers BarronCollierand ,:.... ;,,, Both the coach and wrestler said year, scoring 70.5 points to top Naples When George Loper, who has returned to the helm of the BHS track& field f
a 20-12 victory over Givens of i":'.... things might have been different if Lely, 62, Ft. Lauderdale St. Thomas program after a 10-year hiatus, talks rebuilding he's really talking I i
Palatka. the wrestling coaching situation had Aquinas, 58.5, and Panama City Bay, reconstruction. \
That put the 17-year-old just one been better at BHS in recent years."I 56, for the championship. Eight of the He. assistant coach Buddy Revels, intern Keith Tetstone, and parents,
win away from the state finals in his just wish he'd had the same top 10 teams were from the southern team members, and National Guard volunteers, have made preseason I
weight division but in a Saturday coach for( the last four years," half of Florida. Leading Live Oak around the BHS track seem more like a construction site than practice
morning bout with Deaton of Panama Childers said. And Green, who was were surprise 102 pound champ Larry field. The 'new home' of BHS track & field is the old track shack at the I

City Bay, last year's 100 pound state ,, .T" "' ," tutored by three new coaches in his Carwise, 130 pound runnerup Kenny southwest corner of the track. It has been cleaned out and organized into a \
champ and the eventual 116 runnerupthis four years, agreed: "I felt that if I Feagle, and Donnie Allen, two-time classroom setup for team meetings and home meets and Loper said plansare I
year Billy was decisioned 127. Billy Green had more experienced coaches all 4 220 pound champ who was stunned in to paint the building to get it up to par.
Deaton jumped out to an early 5-0 50 Career Wins ,years I would have won it this,year the semifinals with a decision loss ,, That s far from the only work going on as bleachers are being repaired and

painted lane banners are being put up, a judges area has been put up, and a
I.- fence has been erected as a buffer between the spectator and competitionareas.

I [ Bradford in Bt1ef J As for. personnell Loper and Revels are not without talent, especially on
Sports the girls side where BUS qualified 4 to the state class AAA meet last year.
Two of those girls are back and they are among the state's best female
track athletes. Senior Louette Smith, the school: record holder in the 440
(58.8) was fourth at the state meet in that race last year after placing thirdas

Men's B'Ball Youth Baseball Pro Wrestling J. Ump's a sophomore. This season she'll be running a variety of events.
Scorekeepers Sophomore Pam Hawkins set new BHS standards for the 100 yard dash, 100
Closes Out Registration On Returns Here Needed for Leagues meters, and 220 as a mere 9th grader last year and will be out to lower all

Friday Night Registration is underway for Dixie Fri., March 5 Umpires 'and scorekeepers are those records as a sophomore. She qualified for state in the 100 and 220 last_

Youth Baseball and continues needed for the year.
Jackson's Building Supply, the through March 12, which is the The All Sports Club from Bradford baseball and adult Starke Softball Dixie Youth BUS qualified its mile relay team to state last season and with Hawkinsand
Hawks, and LWCI all won 2-of-2 deadline for signups. Players be High School is again putting on a big Both leagues. Smith back should be strong in the relays again. "
jobs are paid positions.
I games last week and have the Senior Tyffany Griffis and promising freshman Linda DeWitt, both cross
: signed up at the Old Armory from night of Pro Wrestling this year;with All
momentum heading into the final persons in being umpires standouts this fall, anchor the BHS distance Griffis Is also theteam'
country corps.
8:30: a.m. to noon and 1 to 5:30 the event scheduled for Friday night, should
4' : p.m. or come to a meeting to be
night of Starke Men's League Basket. top hurdler so far and high jumps as well.' .
March the BHS
at Pratt St. center from 3 to 5 5, at gymnasium. held
< ball Friday night, Feb. 26. each weekday. p.m. Wrestling action is set to start at 8 the Old at 7 p.m. Monday, March 1, at Other members of the Lady Tornado track team, listed by specialty are:
Armory. If can't make it
League-leading Jackson's must ont p.m. with five matches on the card. but you Sprints-Francis Long Robin Jefferson, Denise Griffis, Pam BosweU, and
Iy defeat last-place St. Edwards in the Dixie Youth Minor is for boys and The feature bout will be for the International wish to umpire call the Rec. Tangela Parks. .
7:30: game Friday at the Middle girls ages 8-10, Dixie Youth Major is Heavyweight Title with Dory Department at 964- 792. Middle Distance- Meals Sheffield, Carol Fussell, Renee Shipman! Karen
r; School gym to wrap up the league title for 11-12 year olds, and Dixie Boys is Funk Jr. going against Hacksaw should wishing to keep score Chitty, Nadine Canfux. Michelle Kunutis, Monica Berry, and Cheryl Bogle.
call the
4:. but those two teams played a close for 13-14 year olds with age determining Reed. Rec. Department Shot PutDiscusTammy Mann.

game last time they met. date August 1, 1982., Also, in a Florida title match Mr. instructions(964-6792). The for Department those who don't will give HurdlesPam Pratt, Karen Kimutis. j.
In action last week yet
1: : on Friday
Jackson's outran the DieHards 83-71. There is no charge for the league Tyler.Wrestling Two 2 other goes individual against Avalanche matches know.how to keep a scorebook. The boys squad has 9 returners from last year and is bolstered by a big

1 the Hawks blitzed St. Edwards 108-47, but players must supply there own have Sweet Brown Sugar taking on group of first-year trackmen. Senior sprinters Hereto Hawkins and Ronald
it : and LWCI topped the Telegraph 6543. ber glove and either tennis shoes or rub- Kendo Nagasaki and El Grande Ap- Sonics Bullets Davis will be counted on for leadership along with junior returners Curtis
: : On !Monday Jackson's defeated the cleats. Also, a copy of eachplayer's In Jones Richard Warren, and Kenny Wright. -
pollo versus Cyclone Negro. a tag .
T Telegraph 82-43, the Hawks outscored birth certificate must be team bout Eric Embry and Don Dia- Capture? TitlesIn Listed by specialty here are the 1983 Tornado boys: '
i the DieHards 75-44, and LWCI broke turned in at registration.. mond team'up against Maga Fuchi Youth PlayThe Sprints-Donnie Banks, Ronald Davis, Herbie Hawkins, Eric Lane.Gerald|
'. the century mark again in a 104-50 win and Mr. Onita. Pettaway, Tony Anderson, Gerald Goodman Kenny DeWitt, Kevin Hamm,

4' over St. Edwards. Pop Warner Tickets are on sale at Sears,Brett IeJerry's Seeks and Bullets were big Martella Moore Brad Russell, Robert Bellamy, Andy Moone, William
winners in Starke Youth Basketball \ Salmons, and Rodney Rutledge.
1 : Scorecoards were not turned in so the Chamber of Commerce, '
11. details on U* games played last week Sale & Wash and Sawyer-Slade. All profits ,go to this year but all the teams and DistanceCurtis Jones, Richard Warren. Paul McKlnney,Calvin Thomas,
; are not available. ,. Set SaturdayThe the All Sports Club which helps fund players were "winners" in the Rec. .Wade Widener. .
sports projects at BHS. Cost is $5 for Department party held at the end of Hurdleti- Kenny Wright Tony Hill, Barry Warren. ,
Bradford County Pop Warner ringside seats, $4 for bleacher ,the season Tuesday, Feb. 23. JumpsDonald Gissy Teddy Bresee, Brad Russell. .
1 N. Marion Tops association will be holding a combination seating. The Sonics wrapped up a championship ShotDiscusKenny" Perry, Wayne -Cribbs, Andy Moone, and Carltpn'
garage sale and car wash all day :' in the Smallfry division for 10-12 Johnson. ':*
J BUSLifters' Saturday to raise money for the youth i year olds with a 5049 win over the Middle Distance Allen Holtzendorf, George Levasser, Lex Sanders, Eddie.

i i The BHS weightlifters put forth football organization.The second-place Knicks Monday while Tennant. .. *
t J their best team effort of the the Bullets captured the title in the Jr. -
season opens Its track season with meet at Palatka Tuesday, March 2.and
: last week in a 52-28 loss at North sale and wash will run from 8 PillE'FOREST League for 11-13year: ; old*. goes to the University City Relays in Gainesville Friday, Marcfr 5. First :

':: Marion. a.m. until at the building just northof home meet for the Tornadoes is Tuesday. March, 9, with Buchholi, Palatka, i
Two Tornadoes sophomore Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds on US-301 APARTMENTS .and possibly! _other teajnscomingjiere._ '..
; Martella Moore and senior Randy north.
I. j Luke- scored wins against the Colts. ) 1-2 1 1 Btcrera ..... .: ,4.: ,
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I Moore lifted a total of 430 pounds to | t 1 1 s y From MM" (. 11'" f t
11 .j win ,the 181 pound class while Luke 4. Sun Health Food Store -
Come to the WELS f .
1 j .4\ hoisted up 445 to capture first in the tor d t 1838 j has new hours Paul and Rod Crawford
I. 198 pound class. til: W, HaJltoaIM431I, ,
I? Lenten Services Monday thru Friday 1-5 pm (Registered, Licensed Insured General Contractors)
Also for BHS Wayne Wall William tbae I
Santor Dozes 10% Dis.
1 q r 1. .en,,JlUmlGll
: Salmon. Vince Culverson, and r i Builders of commercial and home buildings since 1939 .

i Stephen Spell were second in their i Office nUt to Badcock Furniture '- 964-7991 or 782-3180 after 5 .:,
n divisions while thirds were scored by You Got Cash Your Own
.J Tom Pierce, Brad Brown, Bobby or Financing Let Me BulMfour .. 1

v 1' :.a' \ Starling, Wayne Cribbs Bruce DOG WARDEN (Part-time) Home, Garage or mid a Room. Build Shell Nome'
tI ;1. : Rehberg, and Donald Thornton. pri1A ;: ( OWe .
.;;:11 Salmon, Cribbs, and Spell all totaled Specials. n? ', ,"
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if. m rr of be
The City Starke will taking applications for
ft. t tor*M.ili.U.JMSiO .i in MI m\ _.*........_ Make that Old Home_ Naw with
,, :. ; I 114I) MIMM (NM) ...... *) NAIL (I) M wbIN..I CYM .to /. Dog 'Warden beginning Feb. 25, 1982 through : '" Stucco I
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,, ,J. :WOIMM4.IM) CU.VOMM. (I/.1)) _l*.40t. 1) MOWN (VMS) I Chief Bowen at Starke Police Dept. : ( a up)

.: ->u>-(MM)4M.t)tUMOM(-)ttO-l* ..420.I 'Dwfoot'.f. Sidewalks
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order to records. They at least 21 Driveways Paflm
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" UP Head Football Coach Charley Pell warned a throng of rabid Gator A "",':{;...,
boosters to beware of a "tendency to get overconfident and complacent", but 1,.J. 't't: .1.' '
for the most part he confidently predicted a bright future for Gator football as ,-zi.': .. ',,;r'}.; ;" (
1 he topped off the annual Starke Gator QB Club banquet at the Starke Golf& r _
Country Club last Thursday night. {u' e
'.' Speaking before a near capacity crowd at the country club Pell admitted _
\; that "there's still something missing," about Gator football and smilingly 'rF '
J noted that "some people think we need a new coach," but he raised his voice .. '

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.: done rather than bragging and just saying we will win. I _
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.'. to win. Our players learned what fatheadedness, complacency, and overcon- '.
fidence can do.., Atlanta was a rough classroom" Pell pointed out to the :; ""- i I., ,
Gator onlookers who managed to laugh this time about the Gators loss to .. _
West Virginia in Atlanta's Peach Bowl. ',. .,vf"' :., ";q 0 0
After lecturing to the receptive listeners on the part they and other Gator : "- ki
fans can play in UF's hoped-for rise to football prominence Pell doled out ,.. '
-, some names that could have a lot more to do with that change in fortunes. He y ;____ _.___.._-_
1 gave a brief rundown of the 1982 recruiting campaign and then in a question-
' and-answer session dealt mostly with the nearly-completed hunt for high While Charley's'Chatting With Janet Turner... Claire Turner Sneaks a Kiss
t' school talent

"I really believe after it's all over this will be a solid recruiting year," Pell .... .... ..... .. '.' ,-- --
1'; said. "I don't like to say super recruiting year because you just don't know. r t:,:
}, But we signed players according to the quotas we set at each position and wet ". ..,....'.,. .;.
, feel good about that. Still don't mistake one recruiting year as a solution. A .' / Li
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I Local Weight Watchers Turn Great Gains into Appreciative Losses 7.3

.. By Tony Burke "We had tried all of the diets; they proceeding years. vice of her doctor."I behavior modification; such things as me as his 'new' wife" she beamed. -
BCT Staff Writer become monotonous after awhile," After trying all.of the diets, pills remember seeing Judy Flynn cooking without sampling, cleanup "Several people actually believe thatI
said Jack, who owns Shamrock Pest my lecturer, and wanted to be as without eating scraps, there's even am a completely different person
"Nobody likes a loser." Control and has lived in Keystone for beautiful and slim as she was that assertiveness training included in it." from the woman they remember him
the past four years. "We had tried all of night." Miller told how many overweight being married to. They think he 7D
That saying may hold true in most "We lost weight, but we always gain- Flynn from Starke has lost 49 Ibs. persons passivly put family concerns divorced the other me."
sons cases in, but this there area are that a form group an of per ed it back." the/diets/ ; they become on the program. ahead of personal desires,such as los Register sums up her feelings, -
"It's diet
exception not exactly a it's a nutri-
: to that rule. They're losers; some "The first week was very hard," a awhile. tional food plan," explains Lisa Miller ing weight. writing that it is her hope that 17
of them big losers and contrary to the written statement provided by Susie monotonous after .. from Jacksonville. "Three well- In a world where "thin is in," and "maybe my 'before' and 'after'! PIC'
I saying, the more they lose the better reads. "We thought of all of the food balanced meals a day, an planned today's fanatical obsession with tures will be an inspiration to someone
I they like it, they better they are liked. that we couldn't have.. We stuck withit We lost weight on hem, snacks are included in the food plan. sleekness, losing weight can in effect in need. D.
They are weight watchers and los- and the weekly weigh-ins. I had lost It's a re-education of eating habits." create a whole new person. Peggy
s ing unwanted weight is what they 1l' Ibs., and that gave me the incen- but we always After the weight is lost, a programof Register tells how her husband "just
like. tive to stay in the program,really get maintence is begun. This includes loves" the new her. "He introduces
ting Involved with meal planning and gained it buck."'" 'Ig
Jack and Susie Raleigh from charting.
Keystone Heights are members of the
program. Jack has dropped 147 lbs "The necessary success for me has and reading the miracle books, she' 9s
since beginning the program in been attending the meetings," said went to Weight Watchers on the ad-
January 1981. He weighed 392 Ibs. in Register. "Unless you are a very 1
the beginning. Now he wants to lose disciplined person you need the complete BBBBBHH 4
twenty more pounds. Susie, his wife program. I know that I could s + ,
has also lost weight; 125 Ibs. 'and have never lost 132 Ibs. on my own." FLORIDA

plans to drop about six more pounds. Register had personally"given up"any THEATREStarke 7.
Another big "loser" is Peggy chance of ever being slim again
Register of Keystone. She's lost 132 resigning herself to a lifetime of 964.5451
Ibs. in the year and a half she's been obesity; of accepting a lifestyle she
with the program. had come to know well during the Fri., Sat., Sun. 19


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.. Together, these local weight watchers have J shed more than 450 unwanted NORRI! 1 j I I
'pound From left, Susie l Raleigh, her husband. Jack Weight Watcher Lea J -I I air coal saw snrnarq
turer Judy Flynn, and Peggy Register. oar core saw in a coos thru 3L /
These"losers" were prevented flowers from Bradford Florist and given a .M.Nx.awk, rn.1tNrMNJ rMr.r. 'rY..l Nww, rM.wW ... .lwpll.Nam..-_K.".,...... MI_ikw......<./w1lMeY.N I .
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Monday nights and 30-44 attend on Thursday afternoon

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I Hampton Men Arrested for Burglary I Keep' on., .* Truckin'' I i I

erreited'later Hampton .also waft picked up and To The Truckers Rodeo!
I During the early morning hours of Terry Bedford. 24, were with burglarygrandlarceny. 1 .
and charged
in the day on Monday
Feb.22 entry was gained into the chip Moore was also charged 'wine a display from Freightliner
mill tool shed at Container Wood Yard with burglary-grand larceny. Over $1 million dollars in trucking two gate prizes were donated by ;
with for an old display from K & K
23, was also battery outstanding trucks; a parts
south of Starke. Four Hampton men Ricky Wayne Hawkins. warrant, according to Deputy Paul equipment will be on display as part ,Coca Cola and many others. Truck and Trailer Parts of Ocala.
with grand
have been arrested and charged with arrested and charged Stegall. Bond for the battery charge of the first truckers rodeo sponsoredby Donated for two first place winnersis Town Tire Company will furnish a
the burglary. theft. the Union County Fair Association: a set of air lines and an electrical service truck for the pit
Feb. fleet stop
The forth arrest was
23' According and co-ordinated by the Bradford- connect cable.
and Earl 20, '| to Sheriff Dolph Reddish quick competition.
Glen Randall Brown 23, when Larry Wayne Moore
L tire tracks at the scene of the Union Vo-Tech Truck Driving School The rodeo will be held at the Union
to be held this Saturday (Feb. 27) County Fairgrounds,11/2 miles south I I Events will be a tractor trailer
burglary were matched with tlres'on' beginning at 9 a.m. of Lake Butter on SR-121. obstacle, run tractor baseball with co-
ObituariesZelia a vehicle seen on Walnut St. Investigation Admission at the fairground gate There will also be concession stands ''driver run, pit stop-driver-jackinan-
revealed there was will be $1 for adults and 50 cents for I operated by the FFA Chapters and 'tireman competition tractor trailer
evidence of the stolen property in the ,children. 4-H Club members are also the Union County Rlding Club in addi- backing and docking competition anda
GreenZelia ficiating. Burial was in Church car. Further investigation lead to the ,selling advance tickets and will tion to a stand operated by the Fair special father-son baseball run.
Cemetery with Archie Tanner finding of a car near Hampton which ,receive a percentage for the organiza- ,Association. Sheriff Whitehead will drop
Green 68, of Starke died of of Starke In of was wrecked in a drainage ditch.
Funeral Home charge On display will be trailers,tractors the green flag fox the first race at 11
natural causes Feb. 18, in arrangements. That car was towed to the Bradford tion.Over$500 in prizes and will I be
ThursdaYi. order I trophys and trucks. Including rigs, from a.m. Judges will Sgt.Worley Sgt.
Bradford County Jail on an by Judge -
be awarded. Fred Sowell of the Florida Highway
Born in Live Oak Mrs.Green mov-, Timothy Clougher George Pierce and moat of the stolen Prize money will be paid for first Harbor Chevrolet and Gainesville Capt. Dowling and OfficeSpradley
Ron Patrol
ed to Starke 25 years ago. She was Timothy Clougher former resident items were recovered from the trunk; through fifth place with a minimum Dodge Gainesville three units Buick; of the Department of
I and Miller
employed by the Cadillac Uniform of Connerly Estates passed away at The wrecked car was last driven by entry of five trucks in each division. AMC Hayward both of Gainesville will have ,Transportation and Lt. Larry
Co. until ill health forced her retire his home in Wayne County Penn., Hawkins. Trophy's will be awarded for first second I several units and Blount Pontiac will 1 Cochran of the Union County Sheriffs
member of the Approximately 125 items with a
ment. She was a Feb.l. and third place.
Calvary Baptist Church of Starke. Survivors include his wife Anne total value in excess of $2,000 was First place in the serpentine run, have two display units; Rogers Dieselof i Department.The Vo-Tech will supervise_ the
Alachua will have Ken- -
Survivors Include a son Roger Clougher; two sons Ted Clougher and taken during the robbery. The stolen backing and docking driver and co- worth of Jacksonville will; have competition and coordinator the
Green of Starke; a daughter Bernice Jack Clougher; three daughters property Included hand tools driver and pit stop will receive a $50
several units and Clark Trailers of rodeo.
Coiama of Tampa five sisters.Eula and Noela sanders air wrench and other Second $30 third $20
; Mary Judge,Nancy Taylor prize. place ; ; Jacksonville will display a Hobbs The fairgrounds have been put in
of Live Oak Mae Seymourof miscellaneous items. and fifth in each
Brookins fourth$15 place com-
all of New Jersey.
Owen work
trailer Bill International for the events by squads
Rivers shape
Tampa, Celia Chancey of Steinhat- Each man's bond for the burglary- petition$10. dump ;
chee, Lelia Brant of Tampa and Hazel McKnight grand larceny (theft) or grand theft A spectator prize will be a western> three units and Jacksonville from the .Reception the direction and Medical of
also under Sgt.
Truck Parts will have Center
Guilliame of St. Petersburg was set at$5,000 according to Deputy a display.
Lucille ; Mrs. Hazel McKnight 57, of Green style hat donated by Sundown
and Officer
Effird Thomas of Palm John Dempsey and Investigator Don Also on display will be three units Hollingsworth Timmy
two I Cove Springs Fla., died Saturday Yamaha of Gainesville. Sonny's Bar- I said Waters.
Trucks of
from Peterbilt JVhitehead
Harbor and Early Thomas of Cross Feb. 20, 1982 in Shands Teaching Denton., ,_ ..I, B-Que donated a chicken dinner. fort
grandchilden and four great- I -=- L
City; 10 Hospital in Gainesville following an
grandchildren. extended illness.
Mrs. McKnight was born In Cumm-
Thomas Lloyd Moran Sr. ing Ga., she moved to Green Cove Sale Good Through February 27, 1982
Mr. Thomas Lloyd Moran Sr., 57, Springs in 1977.She was a member of
of Lawtey died Saturday morning the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church of
Feb. 20. 1982 in St. Vincent Medical i dimming. Your best buy at TG&I
Center in Jacksonville following a She is survived by one son, Mr.
brief illness., William Anglin of Orange Park.
Funeral services were conducted
Mr. Moran was born In Palmetto, Tuesday, Feb.. 23 at 3 p.m. in Mt.
Fla., the son of he late James Leslie
Pisgah Baptist Church in CUmming.
and Cornelious Thomas Moran Burial was in Church Cemetery with Cascade
former pioneer residents of Palmetto.Mr. Archie Tanner Funeral' Home of I : I i Fantastic
Moran resided in Miami for 25
years before moving to Jacksonville Starke in charge of arrangements.John Dishwashing Liquid Automatic Dishwashing I

.t where he had resided for 15 years. He L. Hagan Detergent Reg. 2.07 I Ul Purpose Spray Cleaner
!: moved to Lawtey two and a half years John L. Hagan 72, Hampton, died 32 ounce Reg. 1.71
Friday in Bradford County Hospital
Moran was employed by the after a long illness. S.
r: Giffen Roofing Company of Jacksonville The Putnam County native had liv- 1.57 A
d at the time of his death. Mr. ed in Starke most of his life. He was a 1.37CheefID
g Moran attended the New Hoper retired surveyor and member of the
Primitive Baptist Church in Christian Church.He .
a; LaCrosse Fla.Survivors is survived by one aunt, Mrs.
': include his wife Mrs. A.O. Andreu of Starke and six
= Hazel Moran of Lawtey; one son, cousins.
:: Thomas Moran Jr., Tampa; two Graveside services were held Monday
: daughters, Mrs. Diane Bouknight, Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. in Hope
:: and Mrs. Wanda Bolin. both of Cemetery Theressa with the Rev. Aqua NePLaundry I I
Jacksonville; six brothers, James L. Pat Murphy officiating. JonesFuneral Standard Light Bulbs
:: "Jimmy" Moran of Miami Warren Home, Starke had charge. Detergent Hair Spray Bubble: Bath
1 Moran, of Arizona, Gene Moran
: Floyd Moran F.W. Moran and 49 ounce box Reg. 1.97 , Super Hold 9 oz can
:: Quwitty Moran,all of Palmetto;three Card of ThanksTo
sisters, Mrs. Wilma Williams of thoM who expressed their sym-
;: Bradenton Mrs.Lugenia Harrison 01' 1
pathy in so many beautiful and practical -
: Lifay
Palmetto and Mrs. Lou during our recent bereavement 97
,: Raymer of Dade City Fla.; and five ways,we extend our heartfelt thanks.A .
S grandchildren. special thank you to Bro. Gillis I Limit 2
: Funeral services were conducted at and members of Madison Street Bap--
j 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 22 at New HopeS list Church and employees of Florida
Primitive Church with Elder of Brooker. .
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News BriefsLCI 1 1alot

a:5 I year sentence for the burglary and Two Executions ment claim they are staging a hunger warrants being issued with arrests expected these arrests will answer
60 strike because they served of questions and be a relieve to
Inmates days in the county Jail for the petit are being expected.For
theft. Scheduled March! 2 cold food and their lack of recreation. the past few weeks Starke has business owners who had a right to 1
Aid 7 Year Old Sutton was charged with burglaryof Scheduled for execution March 2 "We are sure they are eating",said had an average of one or two rob- worry according to Investigator Don
Inmates from Lawtey Correctional a dwelling (a mobile home) near are Arthur Frederick Goode III and Superintendent C. G. Strickland.Jr. beries or break-ins each night. It is Denton.
Institution came to the aid of a Starke Lawtey in July. At that time Sutton William Lee Thompson inmates on The superintendent said he had listen- '
seven-yearoldFeb.22. Michael Ho- was listed as an escapee. A pair of death row at FSP. ed to their demands and will work VFD
wle caught his hand on the barb wire prison pants were found Inside the Thomp on,29, sentenced in Miamifor with them. Strickland said the lack of Theressa Fish Fry SetThe 'I
as he climbed over the fence behind trailer with the number assigned to the torture-murder of a Georgia recreation Is due to construction in
BHS. Six inmates on the Starke work Sutton inside the pants. When taken woman In 1976,tried unsuccessfully to the area of the wing which houses the Theressa Volunteer Fire Key region, barbecue chicken may be
squad cut Michael free from the fence into custody Sutton was wearing commit suicide Sept.9, 1961. Thompson inmates. Once the construction is Department will hold its'annual Fish substituted.
and stayed with him until the rescue Levi's and a shirt taken from the was found on the floor of his cell complete they will be back on the Fry this Saturday, Feb. 27 at the Serving will begin promptly at 6
unit came. Michael said they inmates trailer. with a homemade knife protrudingfrom regular schedule for recreation. Theressa Community Center. p.m. A $2.50 donation for adult serv- I
were really good to him. The jury found Sutton guilty of a his stomach. The inmate was ings and$1.75 for children age 12 and
lesser offense ( of Armed Robberies Because of a limited supply of under is requested. Take out orders
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. burglary a struc- taken to Union General Hospital in
Claude J. Howle of Heilborn Springs, ture). The sentence Sutton receivedwill Lake Butler where surgery was per- Solved by BCSDTwo mullet from the West Coast-Cedar will be available.
was taking a short cut from Starke run consecutive with his current formed. Thompson was returned to
Elementary School to Bradford Mid- sentence,the 60 days in the county jail death row when he recovered from youths and one juvenile have
dle School to meet his sister when he will run concurrantly with his present the stabbing. been arrested in the investigation of 1 7JdIIi1IIIIIF I
evidently decided the fence was only sentence. Goode, 27, appeared before a the armed robberies of the Happy
a minor obstacle. federal judge in Tampa Feb. 23 ask- Stop Gulf Station, Thoni Service Station -
The rescue unit took Michael to a Kimberly Survives ing to have his execution postponed.Goode LIT Champ at SR-16 and 301 and Sprinkle salt on damp mud spots on your rug. Give the
local doctor where it was decided he Last was convicted of molesting and possibly others. salt at least 15 minutes to soak up the mud.then vacuumup
needed stitches in his hand but Surgery ThursdayWilliam killing a 9-year-old Cape Coral boy in The Bradford County Sheriff's Of. and away.Marfie's.
because of Michael's protests and a Kimberly,Jr.,21,of Hampton 1976. Before Goode went on trial for fice placed Vincent McRae,18, of Old
promise to keep the cut clean and is listed in very stable condition the Florida killing he was convicted of Lawtey Road and Edward
take his medicine he could get by following surgery Feb. 18 in Shands killing a young boy In Virginia. Aldridge.18, 707 Florida St.. in the Boby Shop
without them. Hospital in Gainesville. There was county jail charged with armed rob
FSP Inmates .
Michael suffered no other injuries. severe damage to the optial nerve and bery. A 17 year old juvenile was turned
Kimberly remains blind,according to Claim Hunger Strike over to HRS also charged with
Inmate Sutton Chief Deputy Glen Moore. armed robbery. Anniversary Specials
Inmates in administrative'conlin- At press time there were two more
Found Guitly Kimberly was found in a wooded .. -I
UCI inmate area 2 miles south of Hampton Feb.8, Back Glass Windows
William Sutton Sliding
was w.Hove '
C he had been shot once in the temple.
found guilty of burglary of a structureand -j. T for Fords* Chevys Reg.$69.95
petit theft in Bradford County Investigation into the shooting is in Beautiful -
Circuit Court Feb. 23. Sutton received continuing at this time. $ KQ95
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I'I : 65 Will Compete _for Dream GirL Dream Boy Crowns this Saturday 1 eb. 27 i I

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f Sixty-live contestants have signed Karen Taylor, age 20, the daughterof Summer Reynolds, age 3, the sored by Roscoe Seay Sons,Timber. nett, is sponsored by The. Union C(). Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Toth, is sponsored
:. up for the 1982 Dream Girl pageant Mr. and Mrs. Bud Taylor,and spon daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Amy Thomas, age 6, the daughterof Sheriff Dept. by Tomar Kennels, Orlando. ;::

Feb. 27 to be held in the banquet room sored. by her boyfriend Reynolds, is sponsored by Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Thomas, is Lauri Toth age 5, the daughter.i f
of Tina's Little Italy Restaurant on Marcilla Carter, age 10, the Leonard Schlofman. sponsored by Miller's Supermarket. GeorgieSeayage4thedaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Toth, is spour
US-301 S. In Starke. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Karey Cambell, age 11, the Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Seay, is spon- Tomar Kennels, Orlando. S
The most recent entries are: Carter, is sponsored by Hair, Etc. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Randy Becky Lynn Crawford, age 16, the sored her parents. Jennifer by Page, age 14, the daughter'

I, i";. Judy Seitz age 5, the daughter of Tiffany Yarbrough, age 7, the Cambell, is sponsored by CambeU'sAuction daughter of is Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Tonya Williams' age 7, the of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Page ft
Mr. and Mrs. James Seitz, is spon- daughter of Mr and Mrs. K.E. Yar- Crawford, sponsored by William'sJewelry. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sandi's Hajrwork
sored by Farmers Basket. brough, is sponsored( by JacksonvillePaint Service. Feuston, is sponsored by Roscoe Seay sponsored by ,
Lisa Thomas,age 3, the daughter of Kellie Hannah, age 3, the daughterof 'Sons. Melrose. :::
Denise Gnffis, age 16, the daughterof and Body Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Thomas, is Christina Argenzio, age 11:, the
spon- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hannah, is Carrie Tanner, 5, the daughter
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Gnffis, is Shonna Yarbrough, age 12, the age and Mrs. Robert
sponsored by Affordable Homes. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K.E. Yar sored by Reed's Auto Parts. sponsored by Triple H Farms. of Mr. and Mrs. Oral Tanner, is sponsored daughter of Mr.
Candice Norman, age 6, the brough is sponsored by Schulz Farm Mona Crawford age 15, the Angel Roberts, age 10,the daughterof by Bradford Square Florists. McDaniel, is sponsored by Bobby'sKnots ;'
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Pots, Macclenny
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starke. daughter Susan Wicker, is sponsored by Lisa Mitchell, age 11, the daughterof
NormanIs sponsored by Ter- Cynthia Durbin, age89, the Crawford, is sponsored by Crawford Looking Glass. Center and Al Young Mr. and Mrs. Billy Anders, spon- Tammy Yon, age 17, the daughterof
riwillegar Motors. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bros. Masonry. Vaccuum Cleaners. sored by Phoenix Electrical Cont., Ms. Billie Yon, is sponsored by

Denise McCallum, age 13, is the Durbin Jr.h, sponsored by Bobby'sKnots Lydia Seay, age 5, the daughter of' Desiree Bennett age 3, the Jacksonville. Firestone.
daughter of Cynthia McCallum. and Pots, Macclenny Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Seay, .is spontIfi' daughter of Mr. and Mrs.; John Ben- Monia Toth age t, the daughter ofF Farrah Cambell, age 3, the
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And two more contestants for the
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,1.lt} David Draper, age 3, the son of Mri: :

:'tf, and Mrs. Edward Draper, is sponsored -

\ .;*','.; : !. by H. E. Draper, CPA.

i. ."/'rY, : William Wimpy, age 5, the son of ;

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News BriefsCar w


Stolen According to Patrolman Eston Henley Arrested For Williams. Bowers was unable to slow for -
quick a stop sign on Lawtey and;
Mosher the juvenile was harged with
Reported damage to the truck was enough or drive around the vehicle SR16. :..:;
From Service StationA
retail theft. lie released in the
Aggravated BatteryCalvin driven Jewell
of his $2,500. by Rowe, 72, of Starke. McCollum apparently became-
man stopped at stationin custody parent.Hampton Damage to Bowers' 1979 distracted he
a service Henley, Jr., 34, of Starke, Fallen Tree Mercury as approached the inx
Starke to the and left was $750, damage to the
use restroom, ManOverturns was arrested by Bradford ( Plymouthwas terestion, his foot left the brake ancfc
his motor running. When he returned, Sheriff's Feb. County Causes AccidentThere $50, according to Trooper Wm he hit the stopped vehicle. ::;:
Deputies, Henleywas
his car was missing. VehicleMark Abrams. Damage to the 1967 Olds driven byt
charged with two counts of ag- were no reported injuries
J. C. Cercy reported the theft of his Massalinea Alston was $150 there:::
Jones of
Anthony Hamptonwas gravated battery stemming from a when a car collided with a fallen tree
1976 Chrysler, New Yorker light blue cited for careless driving when cutting incident at the Holiday Inn in Feb 17 five miles west of Starke on Feb. 21, Willie Edward McCollumof was no reported damage to Mews
in color with a white top, from the he overturned his 1974 Ford while Starke. CR-229. Starke was cited for careless driving Collum's 1981 Lincoln, according to:;
Gulf Station at US-301 and SR-100, when he struck a vehicle stopped Patrolman David Crum. .
Feb. 17.The traveling on SK-18 Feb. 15. Henley alledgedly cut Darrell Dorr Elaine Griffis McCullough, 26, of
Jones was apparently traveling too several times Feb. 10 outside the Inn Lake Butler, failed to see a tree which ...
station attendent
reported see- fast to make a curve, applied his for unknown reasons. had fallen across the road in time to
vehicle.ing two black His males attention standing near drawn the brakes and hit the shoulder before While investigating a distrubanceat avoid striking it. tX) 1

elsewhere and when he looked was back overturning, 2 miles west of Brooker. 301 Liquors the deputy noticed Damage to her 1981 Datsun was
Jones received a cut on his left arm Henley and arrested him on warrants $1,000, there were no charges accor-
someone driving off in the vehicle
and the two males also. but was not treated at the scene. issued after the accident. ding to Trooper D. C. Roberts. / .
gone Damage to the Ford was $1,200, according A $10,000 cash bond was set for
The is valued
Investigation car into the 2000.grand theft is to Trooper Kenneth Henley, according to Deputy Gene Minor Accidents The Eyeglass Store
continuing according to Patrolman Lee.Semi In Starke, BradfordAnd

Wayne Wilkinson Overturns Union CountyOn

Accident Off CycleVrecks South of Lake Butler Feb. 15, Ricky L. Rice, 23, of

Lawtey Road On Hammond Road While northbound on SR-121, a Jacksonville veered across the
tractor-trailer truck swerved centerline on SR-121, north of
to avoida
Alphonso Robinson, Starke, strucka Vincent Bryan Griffis. 23, of Starkewas collision and came to rest on its left Raiford, striking an oncoming vehi-
tree on Old Lawtey Road, Ffb 20, ejected from his 1980 motorcycleand side. The driver cle in the left side.
wrecking his vehicle. struck a tree, on Hammond Rd. careless driving in the was Feb.cited for Rice was cited for failure to drive Fashion Frames for the. Entire Family,.-- :

Robinson was going north on one mile north of Starke. ,Gnffis was dent. 17 acci- within a single lane according to .. ._- ." ,.-... ..
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Lawtey Rd. when an unknown vehicle :;Hospital Trooper B. AfWilliams.' -*. .
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approached on the north side of the't where lie was admitted. ,,. White Damage to Rice's 1980 Mercedes US 301S & Edwards Rd.: .t .
was following a log truck which
road. Robinson tried to avoid collision According to Gnffis the'throttlewas Lens Duplicated Across from
I a turned right into Ward's Fuel and' truck was $200, damage to the 1982 Community Bank
he went into the ditch on the stuck and he was attempting to Tire Co. Cason swerved to avoid strik ting Ford driven by Edward. D. Ford of Sunglasses 964-8588
free it when he left the :
southside of the road and collided roadway going Jacksonville .
was $500.A
with a tree. into the ditch where he was thrown the log truck, going off the road- Senior Citizen Discount OPEN: Monday thru Friday
There from his cycle. way and onto the shoulder, coming to 9 am 5:30: pm :
were no injuries to
according 1972 Plymouth was struck in the
rest on the truck's side in roadway .
Trooper D. C Roberts. Damage to There was no damage to the Suzuki the rear as it attempted to slow to turn Saturday 9 am -1 pm .

Robinson's 1976 Chevy was $1,200. motorcycle according to Trooper Cason suffered minor injury to his across a median. Both vehicles were Professional Opticians Florida
Kenneth Ethridge left leg, to traveling south on US-301 when the ='= --::."='- Member
Youth Nabbed according Trooper B. A. accident took place. ,1-=..=- .
With Pot At BIIS Stephen Beal Bowers, 38, of /'
Jacksonville, was cited for excessive =.. ,
Principal James Duncan called the speed under special hazards. Rodney Sumner,Owner-Licensed Optician i
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picked up the youth at BUS finding a STARKE&sdfsd .It's
cigarette containing cannibus (mari- County High Schad Gym I Ir ,
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reported the juvenile was in violatonof '"p Dory Funk Jr. 0
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his probation for a prior convictionof versi'i

grand theft. The juvenile was turn- Hacksaw Reed LETS GROW!
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where he was detained. k tom" FLORIDA CHAMPIONSHIP! '
The white male juvenile remains in ft 2
detention in Gainesville, according to \ Avalanches ".,,- Garden Seed LEAF'

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taking a TV antenna at TG&Y.
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said two clerks had seen the youth put versus
4 a color TV antenna into an athletic FRIDAY Maga Fuchl & Mr. Onita FERTILIZER
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refused to stop, running from the 8 PM TICKETS ON SALE AT Sears Brett o $> /a
4 store and thru a field. & \ FIRE ANT 5e..I.
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by Bob Ferguson allowing anybody to go around behind record number of visitors began arriving Saturday morning andre
Telegraph EditorIt Some veteran watchers brought by infantry, cavalry, and artillery drills in the authentic replicas
would have been handy to have been Superman at the 7th annual reenactment trees. and Union camps set up in the sagebrush adjacent to the battle
of the Olustee Civil War battle Sunday. Others gave up even trying to see _
You could hear the thunder of artillery and the pow, pow, pow of rifles and thundering guns. My two-year-old son battle" was complete even to the camp following women tending.
pistols, and see clouds of smoke rise after each volley, but you couldn't see The 7th reenactment of the Battle soldiers. G
much of the battle-only the rear-ends of those standing 5 or 6 people deep in Yankee soldiers, we read after the were lined up double file on each side of US-90. Many visitors had to
front of a rope fence erected by state forest rangers at the battlefield on US-90 and California. Reason for the main a mile to get to the site of the battle reenactment. A.IAO
between Macclenny and Lake City. Yankees were trying to shut off the sunny, warm February weather was in contrast' to previous battles
You won't have any trouble convincing your intrepid Ttiegriph reporter there Authentic looking uniforms were or cold dampened spirits. '"v"
were 7,000 people watching the Confederates repulse the Union troops,just as whom obligingly posed for pictures cannon and cavalry added to this year's'show, the re-enactors wrote a
they did 118 years ago. after the hour-long reenactment climax to the three days of festivities sponsored by the Blue-Gray
Only way a latecomer could stay on the ground and see any of what was going most open area near US-90, not far a non-profit Lake City organization that annually commemoratesrthe
on was to walk way around either end of the long line. People only which the battle was originally fought.Signs :'::
begrudingly gave way for an few minutes to allow a photographer to snap a mark the pine needle trail, is a small museum in the state park at Olustee with real Civil War
picture. Florida Park Service officers kept everybody standing in the line,not each company was posted during the display and a written history of the history of the era. : ? j

1 Keystone Heights AdsHOMES i I


3BR. 2BA. HOME CH/A $350 3 BR, 2 BATH. furnished; BINGO AMERICAN LAKE LOT on sand bottomed HOME ART < Rent wit/i( "/' .'.Option :
SAL lake Geneva retired WILSON T-2000 tennis per month lake access. mobile home $220 LEGION HALl, SR21.Saturdays lake In Hillcreit. $800 line,
SELL cute 2 bedroom Mobile Home Sale, $7,770 available part-lime. Full racquets, call 473-2210 or 3760078. tfnchg 2/4 month. Keystone Heights 7 p.m. pnd Sundays down, $146.44 per month. tings. First Prize Artist,
473-4380 after 5:00: p.m.tf FURNISHED MOBILE HOMES :2 to 5, Public invited Phone 473-4058 or "
house lake access, 10'( down $99 month for services Including tax Realty, Realtor 4734961. Festival of Lok... ,Call
beautiful large woodedlot 14X50 Liberty. Double returns. 473-2034 4tpd RESPONSIBLE PARTY to takeover $130 and up. 4732879. 2/4tfn chg. tfnchg 2/4 473-4367 alter 6. p.m. 4733760. lIpd 2/25 _
payments on Spinet Lake;Geneva Mobile Home ONE ROOM EFfiCIENCYapartment ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSi tfnchg 2/4
assumable mortgageat wides starting at $13,995. 2/18-3/11. OAK FOREST LOT- 5 acres,
9 3/4 %. Call owner Come check all of our CHILD CARE In my home Console Piano. Con be Park. 2/4 tfnchg on lake Closed LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- corner lot. Assume low/ interest
473.2735. tfnchg 2/4 models and special prices. with 'hot meals and TLC. seen locally. Write Mr. OFFICE'' SPACEIacIng ,Geneva across, from tennis meetings Monday 8 p.m. Keystone Heights owner rotor Priced S1O.OOO.
'/. miles East of Keystoneon 473-3562 4tpd 218311 I Foster, P.O. Box 561, Lawrence Blvd. Next door courts. $125 peiL month. -Open' meetings Friday 8 financed 12, percent In- ,Colt. collect 269707,
Hwy 100. tfnchg?/4 AstoivFl.,32002. 3tchg 2(1)) i to. Andrews' Drug. Call First, last, -$5O,'damage: p.m. Alanon, Monday 8 'terest."lots on>clear, sand .Walter Williams Realty.
...... 2/33. 473.3411. 1/14 tfnchfl. "'deposit. Phone 473-7086 p.m. All meetings at bottomed lake, priced to SPINET CONSOLE PIANO
"""'"' after p.m. 4tchg 2/11-3/4 Educational Building Community sell from 9900. One to FOR SALE! .Wonted;
ON LAKE GENEVA 3 BR. 2 Church 473-2790 or five acres overlooking lake Responsible te.take
Bath CH/A, range, 475.2130.2/1 tfn chg. (access available) with over piano. Can b /ss.n
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo nice trees from $3,600
refrigerator carpet. No
locally. Writ. Mr. Powers. ,
Pets $350 per month first dues fees or weigh. $500 down, $50 a month. Box 327, Carlyle, Illinois
last and security 475-2064 ins, open meetings Tuesday Commercial frontage-. 62231 or call 404-232.4420. I
2tchg 22534. 7:30: p.m., St. Annex investment opportunity. Rome Go. 2tchg 22534.
Episcopal Church, SR-21 N. Owner-satesman.
Watts CARS Keystone Heights Thurs 4734375. tfnchg 2/4 YARD SALE.
day,9:30: a.m., Community BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA
TRUCKS Stat. Bank of Starke. access lots from $5,500
YARD SALE Every Monday
473-2790 964-8587. 2/4 $500 down. $71.74
or per
and Friday, electric.''appliances :
liNGO .Llons Club across month. Discount on entire furnitur..oddsand
1972 CHEV. IMPALA 4 Dr from high school. 10 acres. One Walerfron ends. New items
lAGood Sedan good body and Tuesdays, Early Bird 7 lot. Call 473-4375. 2/4 week, in front of Western every
rB upholstery. Rebuilt engine p.m.; Regular, 7:30: p.m. tfnchg Auto on SR.21'and C-214.
and many new extra parts. Public invited 2/18 I tfn ACREAGE- ocr. tracts. Call 4732658. .2/1i<7/23
B Small 350 Engine $400. 4EEOIECRAFTERS EARN Coastal Burmuda hay. PATIO SALEi CIOlh..,., Infants .
Call 473-4357. 2tpd 2/18-23 EXTRA MONEY Teach. $3,300 an acre. Oak Forest girls to size 8'wi'and
I 1969 CHRYSLER, 4 Dr, 313 Oemonstrat needlecrolt. area. Will tell five or 10 adults. Household articles,
engine, perfect upholstery Call Lisa at 1-752-2778 or acre tracts. Call 473-2302. miscellaneous' .tal
and good body. All new write lisa Pitts. Rt.B. Box 4tchg 1/28.2/18 lake. Turn"off SR-IO0 on
tires$300. Phone 473-43S7. 451, lake City.. Fl. 32055 BLUEBERRY HANTSlarge C.I 8. SE! 47th .$lreeUlp/
2tpd 21125. WHOLESALE AUC- third year $4.50. Riverland for signs Itchg 2/1 ,
JIB ,1972 CHEVROLET WAGON, TIONevery Monday, 7 Farms, wholesale-retail. FIVE FAMILY Yard'*101.
= dependable $300. 7'xl2' p.m. Truckloads- Tools, Weekdays after 6 p.m. and across from Swan Lori\( Rd
weekends call 1-468-2769
Printing / light duty trailer frame Furniture, Groceries, Electronics ,on Hwy. 100 $Soturdoy.b
2/4-2/23 ,
$50. 4737045. 2tchg ,, Jewelery Novelties, Toys.Games Pottery .. QUALITY COLUMBIAN 27, Itchg 2/23 ,- "
2/25-3/4 .
t Clothing. Household EMERALDS. carat$3; 2 HELP\ !.M
From The Items, Many Miscellaneousitems. carats-SS; 5 carats $30. -
WANTED 95% New Merchon.dl. Add $2 to all orders to WANTED
... Public Auctions, cover shipping and handling /-
every Friday 7 p.m; Every to Columbian Emerald WORKING CLASS HEROES
BRADFORDPRINTERS WANTED TO BUY Freezer Sunday Afternmoon. 2 Offer, P.O. Box 743, Employment Service. Serving
for KRA concession stand. p.m. New Used and Junk. Melrose. Fl. 32666. Itchg Keystone Height and
=9 Call 473.2692.2/25 tfn. Everyone Welcome 2/18. Melrose areas low fees,
Highway 17 North, at City WURLITZER SPINIT PIANO 4734472. 1/7 31SWClassified .
$900 Good condition. .,
Limits, Palatka, FI,
Classified Ads Tele-684-4523 AuctioneerCol. Maple. 4732942. 1 llpd 2/25 Ads
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zt oIor TV'* HOME PARK mobile homes mobile homes II mortgage duty Industrial with loader 24x36". 25 cents eoch. Used BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete { BRADFORD GAR.AGE'.

nt.nnas and spaces lor rent Is 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S and grade-box. Excellent In printing newspaper sharpening service circular VICE: We pick up twice a /1rWitk9ar

: In receiving Recreational vehicles MOBILE HOME SALES. condition. $7500.00.( Great for minor repair hand carbide, week. $6 per month. Call
welcome. Phone tfn jobs. Bradford County chain mower blade hollow
4682912. 9645606. Open 7 days 473-4417. 1/14 964-6167. anytime. 1/21
-JChbnn.r *> 47 .
TFchq weekly. TFchg HAY: Very good quality. for Telegraph. 9M-430S. tfn. ground and balanc.d. 6tpd 225GOODMAN : ;
:7 3577am' HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping -' AXLES & TIMES: 2 axlesf 4 cattle and horses. Clifford CARPET. NEW & USED: Fur. Leave at Jackson Building CAR WASH: LREALTY,

1 pm ha$4 n| room TV. and air. tires We pick-up $100; Martin. phone 9647145. nlture & appliances. Supply In Starke, Keystone Wash, wax pnd vacuum ...', '4/v.
Underwood, Motel 3 miles You deliver $125. Ollns 2/11 4tchg304BLUEBERRY Plumb. fixtures and pipes. Heights or Lake ButUr. (inside and out), $15. Corner ,

North ol Stork. on Hwy. Mobile Home Sales, Hwy. A GRAPE plants. BARGAIN CENTER, US.301 TFchg SR-16 and 301, Signal IB
&: SALE 301. IO/9tfn 100 W Starke. 964-5606. Prices reasonable. Varying So.. 964-6679. 2/5 tfn ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Station. 964-8283. 2/04 tIn PHONE 964-7776 11..,,_.

MOBILE HOMES Highway 6' TFchg with size and age and DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN : WILL DO TYPING In my CECELII
and Hwy. 16 and 225. CASH PAID for aluminum quantity purchased. HOUSE 301 South Phone 964-5148 or 964-7619. home. Reasonable rates. TERWILUUR 205 K. Temple, Starke

: 1C BARN SALEs Friday and Cleonl Call ">8.1323.3/12 cans. 21
Saturday Furniture, tfn and batteries. HSR Block See signs. 475-1151. 2/11 used furniture and op. SEWING MACHINES 2/18
eaks tools, clothes (baby 3 BR. 1 BA LIVING 304LIVESTOCK pliances. 8/13 HnRECONDITIONED REPAIRED: All makes IT'S INCREDIBLE I II IWERE
ROOM. office, 31 S. 6th St.. Mac. 4tchg YOU ARE INVITED to choose
d adult), some dishes, TV'S Colors PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLESPECIAL
: cleaned oiled and ad. I
dining room 4 kitchen clenny Florida Call from on outstanding selection
itorcycle., lots of oth.r central heat and air. In 2596992. 1/07 tfn EQUIPMENT Livestock starting al $100.00. lusted. $15. Work of distinctive (ewelry '

tna... 301 South across Hampton. Phone 4681779. NEED TO RENT: Florida Corrections handling equipment. See Trade-in's welcome. Phone guaranteed James home decor and gifts at a
Indian River fruit FINANCINGS' 3 8R
9648212. 6/11 tin Strickland, corn.r MorganRd. OWNER Lawtey ,
((1st months rent In ad. employee movingto our complete line On lady Lloyd Home Fashion
)MJ. red barn look for vance.))5/7 tfn area from out of state display at our Regional COME SEE US AT THE HOUSE and Hwy 16. TFchg Show. For more Information CH/A. Approx. 1500 sq. ft. Stucco on 1

,t2/11; tfn4z LAKEFRONT RENTAL: 2 BR, 1 looking for 1 BR furnished Distribution and Retail OP BARGAINS In Lawtey CHAIN LINK FENCE Install call 9e4-e279 after 3 Ac. pv'd. driveway garage.
SUN Feb. 27 & 28.lyipiiprcycle .
: Full line of clothing: ed. Free estimates. HandyMan
BA on Crosby Lake. Par. efficiency/ apartment, Sales Center. (Approximately p.m. 2/25 2tpd 3/11
: tools, anti. tially furnished. On. yrs. sleeping room In private 3 miles south of childrens and adults at Fence Co. 9648559. INCOME TAX SERVICE: I Bradford Vlllas-A new concept In lifestyle with law
Bqitt*, 4 miles east of bargain prices. 10/22 tfn TFpd. 1281.TYPEWRITER maintenance adult housing offering charm comfort I
lease. $225 par mo. Weigel home with limited cooking Waldo on US301.) Williams Bookkeeping. ;
Eba-rKe. on SR.11>. look for Realty, Inc., 2825201. 1/28 privileges or will shore Livestock Systems, Inc., PO FIREWOOD White oak and REPAIR: Call 9647189. quality along with energy efficiency.

BOp: Itpd 223EBUTLER If nNICE house Will furnish lox 544 Waldo, IN 32694. pin., $5 per truckload. the Office Shop 110 W. WILL BABYSIT In my home. * * * *

: Starts Thurs55J ROOMS FOR RENT references. Writ. P.O. 2/21 IBis Oak .....'.. $30 half cord. Call St., Stark., for details, Good care, hot meals, lots t EXECUTIVE HOMES

a.m. to 3 p.m. Until Colored TV and air. S40 per Drawer A, Stark., Fla. FOR SALE Farmall.,Cubb Call Sunshine Acres. 964-5764 tfn. of love. 749 S. Orange St. I' Handsome new brick 3 BR. 2 BA home in Connerly
iffrthing Is sold. No Sot week and up Wall to wallcorp.t. 32091. 2/25 HitEMPLOYMENT Tractor, run. good with 964-7699, or come out between GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Mnday thru Fridays 6 a.m. Estates. Fireplace appliances. Excellent Insulation.

. b; Sun.'.01. Lots of anti Call 964-9992 ask WANTED some equipment, 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 Doors window., etc. Ill' 6 p.m. Call 964-8091 Luxurious brick home near Country Club. Lots of
Bjjliet} Glassware, old ...w.'rock.r. for Jan. 2/04 2/25 Retired $1600.00. 964-8503 after 4 p.m. and we'll load for JACKSON BUILDING SUPp. 2/25
1 tpd couple want lob as 2/182tpd storage. 3 IR, 2 BA well designed. Priced right.
HriaT walnut IN LAWTEY 3 BR home. $250 resident for 4tchg2/19 3/11 you. 1/28 tfn LV 9646078. Orders also TRACTOR WORM All
manager p.m. : types Stunning 4 BR. 2'/ BA brick home w/pool deck paveddrvwy.
choir with
j folding needlepoint first and last In motel LADIES BIKE New. $50. Call; CHINA CABINET: like new taken In Lake Butler.
old per month or apartment corn- : moving, discing etc study LR, FR w/flreplace on 1 ac. overlookinggolf
] seat spinning been used. $400. 496-3079 and
964-5504. 2/18 Keystone
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advance plus securitydeposit. plex. 1-904-237-5277. Gardening preparing and 2130 ft,
course. Appliances.
Jwheel planter 74 MAVERICK for sale.Call Call 964-7025 after 6 p.m Height. 473-4973. 2/26 sq.
Call Janet M. 2/25 2tchg 3/4 parts planting. Call 964-5219.
-'sauC.r Geneva Lk, Est. eff. home. Air of quiet dignity
codec- energy
: plate 2/11 3tchg225ARGENTINE.BAHIA Hn.
Starling Realtor 782-3931. PIANO PLAYER for Grace 9647189. 2/18 2tchg 2/25 2tpd 34HOUSECLEANERS
.tll charm. Circle drv'wy. 3BR, 2 BA. $65 000. VA mtg. $37.826
>rtt'lew cut glass, someMake 2/11 tfn United Methodist Church inLawtey. 2/25 hay BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK : Part time.Student. .
;; lots of fertillied. No rain. 8%% Int..Magnlflc."t.
Nippon KITCHENEFFICIENCY'ROOMS For Morning Ser LADY KENMORE: top Highly SERVICE: Bradford County Will do
|tllverplate pieces, bro... J.M. Edwards. 9645379. residential pump-outs Ig. home In Country Club Estates. 3 BR 3 BA
for rent at low vices. Call 782-3664 after 5 loading Coppertone portable housecleaning afternoons.
.:too Lak. Butler across weekly. rales, Call Temple p.m. Itpd 2/25 dishwasher; 2/11 tfn $50. We also re-lay drain 9645063. 1 Itpd 2/25 HUGE FR w/flreplace on 2 lots
(from Union General Motel 96--4-7357.2/18 EOW, stainless steel tank, 250 S.V GALV. ROOFING lines. Phone 9648121. THE FIRST CHRISTIAN Conventional home In Geneva Ik. Estates. S BR, 2", BA

.-Haspital.! 1 tpd 2/23 TWO BEDROOM HOUSE:' gal. capacity. Call "'.$".20; 7'-S4.95> I'-S.70; 5/28 TFchg.PROFESSIONAL. CHURCH offers you an opportunity sunken FR w/flreplace; LR; DR; 3/4 ac wooded lot pv'ddrv'wy.
jiARAGE SALE ft Car Waih refrlg., carpet central gas 9648708. I tchg 2/25 ".$6.5; 10'-S7.20: 11'$7; Car CleanIng to have your excellent financing.

|ff.!.on "y Bradford Pop heal and laundry room. No FEEDER PIGS: Yorkshire; 9.5; 12'-S .70. All sites. Service Cleaned family portrait mode. You LAKEFRONT

I Warner Saturday Feb. 27; pets. $225 per mo, plus LP GAS. INC Family two. ten ton'Cumb.rlandf.ed picked up. Jacksonville.We washed glazed will receive an 8x10 I color .Tropical lot on lI.outlfuILak. Geneva. Only 24200.
I'oil-sorts of Items; I a.m. months deposit Call owned and operated. We tanks $125 each.: Call manufacture. Call toll vacuumen sanitized and portrait In a lovely frame Cute A cozy board/batten cottage on Ik

| f/t; building lust N. of 9645944. 2/18 2tchg 2/25 strive to give better prices 9647514. Itchg 2/25 free l-BOO-142-2702.: 2/11 deodorized. $7.00 pick-up for only $7.95. Coil Becky Irooklyn.-41.100.

|Baldwin. Chevrolet Old. SHOP FOR RENT 108 E. CallSt and services. We rent or USED BATH TUBS: good for 3tchg 2/25 and delivered or your at 964-7147 after 4 pm. Home on crystal clear Silver Ik. Lovely.S75.000.

] Ifpd 2/25 Ideal for pawn shop sell tanks and furnish watering troughs. $10each place. Call 964-7226 ask 2/18 2tchg 2/25 Custom built home little Lk. Santa Fe 2 Ac.$110.000.
fat S. WATER ST. Across forIfdtoer for Dennis. 12/10 tfn
Rent negotiable. Call cylinders, We solicit ; new hog woterers, Bedford Lk.-Owner fin. 77000.
I Plant piano 964.718'1.2118 tchg 2/25 customers who own their $10 each. Call 964-5734 HOMES FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS Classified Ads BUY NOW t PROFIT LATER

kingsize waterbed armchair FURNISHED 2 BR oportm.nt.downstoirs. tank. Call 2596810. Mac. after 3.30 p.m. Itchg 2/25 FORSAlE
( Get ResultsCall 7.99 Ac. on Forsythe Rd. 14x60' MH metal born pecan
.tc. Feb. 144 W. Call St.
Stove, refrig., clenny; 782-3349. Lowt.y.21B SHETLAND GELDING: 12 yrs. -
27. 9 a.m. til 4pm. Call 964-7303 peach opple trees. Grapevine. $38.000.
and $100 deposit tchg 3/11 old. V.ry gentle, Neg.
Lots 63 1 65 SI. Hom.ilt.t. $4.900
I 9647189. Itchg 2/25 OpenT. on Cypress Crystal
$185 per mo.404 N. CherrySt. GARAGE SALE & CAR Cogglns, w/saddle and brio Sylvia
Call 964-8944. Itchg WASH Put on by Bradford die $150. Call 964-7885 LOVELY CEDAR HOME. 3 BR, W. B F. 9 til 5:30 U84.6305 ea.
HELPWANTED 2/18 Pop Warner Saturday, F.b. after 5 p.m. 2/25 2tpd 3/4 2 BA with large rooms Thurs. 11 I am til 7 Commerclol-250' on Hwy. 301. Owner financing.

SLEEPING ROOM with TV 27; all sorts of items: B CHAIN SAW Small XL. Rur, Fireplace. 12x20( screened Sat. 9 am til 3 PM 809 N. Westmoreland-Nearly new. Assum mtg.

and kitchen privileges.( a.m. ?; at building just N. approximately 8 hours. porch. Privacy garden AppointmentsNot CarpentryWorkGlen Excellent commercial prop. Many uses. Approx I ac

Reasonable rates. of Baldwin Chevrolet Old. $70. Call 431-1811. Itchg Many extras. One yr. old. Always NecessaryPhotographer Nettles & w/155 ft. on 301. Steel bldg. Extras too numerous to list

PENINGSi Auto mechanic; Working man only. Call FREE TO GOOD HOME: Two 2/25 Assum. mortg. 1 11'"i % .Comm.rcloILot with 120 ft. on US301. Good buy)

Service Manager; Cook; 964-8723 after 6 p.m. dogs: One Doberman and ,, ANTIQUE SOLID OAK curved after 5 PM. 473-7059. 1/21 Arthur Masters Large CB Home on 20 ac. SR.11. Sacrifice. Make Offer

Para-legal, contract Itchg 225JOHNSON one Black Lab. Call china cabin.t. Excellent tin Free Estimates 'Geneva Lake Estates-Beautiful wooded V, ac lots,

'M'dw/soles experience; LAKE! Home for 9645189. ask for condition. 5500. Call SAMPSON ,CITY AREA: On > Call Joe Sappat "-Low Prices Clean neighborhood w/rolllng hills. Tennis courts.

ocr.try/Bookk..per rent. $150 per mo., first, Claud.".. Itpd 2/25 9646009. Itchg 2/25 one ocr. lot. Could be 3 or Excellent References 7TH Day Advent. Church. Rd. 230 A.

Contact Working Class"WeVoes Ser.'vftus,4734412. and lost In advance plus, BABY ,BED. baby car seat 4 Br frame house. A/C, gas 964.8149 964-5135 or 964.5882 61S Mellon Terrace-See to Appreciatel'Bessent !
Employment $50 security deposit. Call BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES baby clothes and other heat $20,000. Contact Rd.3 BR, 2 BA. Great location.
Itchg 2/25 After 6:00
4732578. 2/25 misc. For more Information pm
rtdUSEKEEPER Itchg David Jones, 964-7025. Acreage-Davis St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park?
404 CHERRY ST. call 964-8442 after 5 p.m. .
\'Wok'Mid have Upstairs'i after 6 PM. :2/U: 3tpd :2/25: 334 N. Myrtle-Convenient and reasonable.
t''owVi cdrVworfc' I VBS! three ,,,.A P t' .lllor.n) h. Call .. vO"'...... ........._ ... .. 1ISED--APP&IANCni Itchg 2/25: One'".. BY'. OWf4CRi ..3..aa..Urame '.5 Acres near Hampton. Well elec. pole septic tank4.71'Acrei
children no pets. '
''' five week. A BEAUTIFUL and highly.. house. Remodeled' like on MOA'ond Wilson Rd.
(SJffcr ((5))days a 964-8944. Itchg 2/25 ed regrigerator and one 8ncvw hili
'>CaU 964-6539. 1 tchg 225FUll' 644 WATER ST: Two cling Jean and Sportswear used washing mochln. new. On 1 I'/t ocj Mostly I ROOM .40 Acres N.w River High and rolling.
TIME HARDWARE shop of your own. $12.500 $100 each. Both In good panelled carpet.! SR.127. Realtor A..ociat.s-Alt.r Hours
bedroom, on. bath home,
to SI6.50O Includes Inventory IMII-TnlCll Driven C Recovery Room of E. Broker-Salesman 964-6573
f MAN: No phone calls Ap. furnished. Call 964-7423. condition. Call 9647251. one half miles from 110. Wayne Douglas
fixtures, In-shop1! or .Hsevy EquipmentIfrintw ,lake City Local Dist.
'ptySn person ACME Hard- 1 tchg 225TRAVEL 1 Itpd 2/25 Sacrifice 13200. For Stilt HCHT Archie Tanner Funeral Fred Sackett Broker-Salesman 448-1444
!"wo e. 301 E. Call St.. TRAILER on US301. training one paid airfareto and CORN PICKER: 601 Ford more information call ,... Home. Lillian Pearson e Broker-Saletmon 964-5311

'Slarke.. Itchg 2/25 Electricity and water fur Apparel 100 Center with 3 pt. hitch. In good 12752153.211 I 4tpd 3/04 I....Mi S4S4 I'964.5757 5iark.FI. Novls Ward Oroker-Seleiman 964-7454

THREE HOURS Saturday andS nished. $50 per weak. Call more. Over brands nationally'such shape. Call 964-7895. 1 tpd OWNER FINANCED, 10% In. Byron Terwillegar-964-7776 Martha Dorko-782-3397
known as
,!day mornings each 468-2751. Itpd 2/25 Calvin 2/25 terest. 3 bedroom. CB I Anne Terwillegar Nelion-475-1677
) Lee, ,
week. Call 964-7963 alter 5 L.vl. RUGER 357 MAGNUM cat. BRADFORD RENTALSU.S.
MOBILE HOME: 12x70. 2 BR Klein. Jordache, Zena. Call home in Starke.. Central
PM: Itpd 2/23 furnished on Gnffls loop Fashions, Black Hawk: Sears moving heat AC laundry. attached .
Now) Pacesetter
$241.20. WEEKLY: Working $175 per month. $100 Inc. 1-800-643-6305. Itpd deck. Call 782-3321 after garage, fireplace' .... 301 N.. Starke 964-8807 Classified Ads Call Sylvia
5 paM or full time at home. deposit. Call 964-8704. 4:30: p.m. I tpd 2/25 964-6305
tras. 20% down. $35,000.
bIWeekly paychecks mailed Itchg 2125MOBILE NEW, NEVER BEEN SHOT. 'MowtnTWen Cametol Equip.. Bis Tamper Get Results

.d llactly to you from Home HOME: 2 bedroom CARS& Remington 700 BDL 30.06 17267651.. 4tpd KsWTsetsMtctlTMti, .CenpraisenWiUIng
.vCXUce./ Start immediately.MN4) 1 both on on. acre fenced TRUCKS N-Box. Call after S ,p.m. 2/18 31141422IN Hetdgsirtoedirt .' MicMntPrcisurt
LAWTEY: 2 BR home on Plumbing Tools Wither
vxperlenc necessary.C 964-8950. Itchg 2/25
shed $200
National Details garage'torog. corner 'lot Clifford/ Martin 'SprtMJaraHoiplUI Piwtr. Trowlei .Table a Chain STROUTREALTYINC.
company mo. $100 deposit Call VW Runs good. $650. .
per 1949
Csmsnt mini Bad
nl and':-application moiled 622-5620 offer 5 p.m. 2/25 Call 9645606. Itchg 2/25 91>04.7145.2/25 2tchg 3/4 ,' Equip Lorraine ChampIon. Broker

nrec" ,you),name and ad. tin 1972 CHEVELLE: $300. Coll I, Mary Kay'Cosmetics 333 N. WALNUT STi Shown. .- .. 838 N. Temple Ave.
Industries.otfrijI1sg only. Call
'eldr.tJSbIQi) pond 964-5734 after 3:30 by appointment
p.m. Strout Phone 944-J931 Or
Dept, 77. Kondolio.a 9645888. 2/25 2tchg 3/4 1 .
> 't*trnsJ8QV2/25 2tpd ;3/" BOATS 1972 tchg FORD CUSTOM pick. Louise Starling OWNER FINANCING on I ., -Really-.... Evening 473-3096

rEffiNlS.1Auto: 'mocnonic- 'up. Good body. engine and LAKE BEDFORD. 3

,14 FT RUNABOUT BOAT with tires. Call 9647895. Itpd 473-3092 bedrooms, 2 bath with 4121-3 BR 1 Vt
experienced, ..receptionist- or 4 on ac. Swimming pool. Garage with
1 30 hp PlastiCruiser engine, 2/25 Eves. & Weekends large eat-in kitchen 12x24 I workshop. Would believe '
$ ? !YJI.stibook! keeping: \( you lust 545.000'Assumable
good condition. $650. Call 1977 DODGE MONACO: screened porch detached .
d. 1fC3L".Y"oro.mb.r; ofj1o. Itchg 2/25' Four dootr, whit. Call mortgage.168Beautiful
9645606. carport
w/.torog..1 BO47B23Q31IN
801. Contract: Law/sales < Ranch Home on 23 acres Must see to
|...experience. Working ClassHero..lJEip. 17' DILIY'BOAT: galvanized 964-7867 2/25 after 6 p.m. 1 11chg : Shop & Comparell1'1 1 I 62500. COUNTRY en 3 ec. 9 0*. I/ BA, perfect oardei. .-.ace, appreciate. 3 BR 2 BA. Brick.
breakdown boat trailer. 2 2/2S4tchg3/18. S44.500.
Service, 183-Mobile home with Cabana. Nice fenced lot in
trailer- 1911 CHEV. VAN: Small V-8. In home In Strawberry Acref. ,
new tires on plus Special Insurance for SOMETHING DIFffHN'T Q
2/18 town. 2 BR. 1'/i BA. $19.700 Terms.
473.fr4tltIig Auto.trans. .
17 PS, PB A/C.
mpg. leek.CLOSI .
spare tire. $300. Teu ewe If re yourself fa
I Mobile Parks 1191-Double wide Mobil. Home 6 with
Home on acres
cruise pecan
FM/AM c jn- hemesJle, 16,000. I
964-8183 alter 4 p.m. Itpd MOBILE HOME TO WWITAi One acre ,
trol exterior .' hornet ; grove born prepared g appearance of fenced
[ All Scrn'd.
NONCOMMERCIALPROPERTY 2/25 must sell. Price types SERVICE; POLES toyitr HOMi tor ret. ceuple. perches $50,000.
Mere. 45000.
Y' CAMPERS negotiable. 964-6870. 2/25 owners policies .for 100 IMP IN yd.,COUNTRY e Ac.- JI0.2OO.IO Ac.-S23.000; 30 Ac. f204-4 BR. 2 BA brick. Nic. fenced lot. Assumablemtg.

It" etIqt 3tchg 3/4 i mobile homes. j 4 ; $21.000. &.P. Lawtey area, 2 wells $2.300 $50.000.
BRADFORD MINI 197 DATSUN: 210 Wagon. Can for Quote *I $ NICE 3 M home en lovely tree-shaded lot. S22.500. We Hove lots (Restricted) and for Mobile Homes

WAREHOUSEOFFICEC9MPLEX 1971 SCOTTVi 18 ft. travel AM/FM air auto. Extra 200 AMP ffinCT MOBJLE HOME SITE 10 Ac., born and mere. 1198-4 BR. 2 BA on one acre. 35000.

for sole. 80( pet. trailer. Sleeps 6, self- clean. $4495. 4311074 Olln's Mobil. 'ft5 1.77 ACRU WITH fovely 3 BR. a SA mobile home CMA enfyW.OOO. i Our List of Buyers are waiting for your move!

wo.r financing available contained. air conditioned.Reese after S PM and weekends. : Home Sales ; list With Us TodayWE
hits, electric brakes. Itchg 2/25 C Anytime
at room 11 for pet.expansion.1'% acres Phone 380000. Call 7823200. 19e PLYMOUTH VALIANT: 2 I Elaine M. OUn, Agent 4 H 117 WiW* Realtor Asieclafe, Home 9e4." 27 THE GREATEST TEAM IN EARTH I

__ner, ..73-2735.9/1." tfn Itpd 2/25 dr.. runs and 'looks good : 964.5606.1 P. O. DRAWER M Hwy. 301 S. LAWTE1T, FL 320J: -
$400. 964-8727 Itchg 2/25 j
? -- Ads
,, :;-.. Mobile Homes Classified
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: |:Local or statewide a' Well

moves. Set-up & connections -


AND AD. $35. Available at local $300, 'new used Simmons take over payments on
JUSTOM; MADE DRAPERIES! DING MACHINES FOR LOOKING FOR a special OR SALI 45 ACRES Of Gov't Auctions. For Directory beds queen $200 double Spinet Console Piano. Call Fast Rotary

.tee estimates. Local RENT Union County Times, piece'of property If Idon't prim. land'located anSR.245 call 687-6000 Ext. $173. twin $93. almond be seen locally. Write Mr. e UimrackA1 ee Drilling Equip.

)\frdWlbulos: : for completely 85 SW 2nd Ave., Lake .have it. I'll find It-Just I just outside of Pro- 1136 Call 'refundable. 4tpd washer/dryer used 6 months Foster, P.O. Box 561. Top SON e State Licensed
osk. -JANE S. USHER.
Iwoshoble nationally Butler.We also repair office vidence. This site has excellent 2/182/233/43/11.I $430. almond frost free Astor. Flo. 32002. 3tpd . . .
II '
/,/ advertised Gordsette machines. Phone REALTOR 496-2126 or potential for farmIng 4 4/10 ACRES Of land with refrigerator 1 year old 2/253/43/11. C DralnfleU Rock e ,
.. "Your
Enterprises 496-2261 for more Informa 4962903. .v. frame house. 10000. Pus
Draperies. or development.Owner 300. wood coffee/2
''if! end
Realtor tin MOBILE HOMES WANTED 5 fill Lawn Sind ee
lama tion. TFN 10I.For i Union County Phone 496-2233. 1 tpd 2/25. :
1 Ed or will flnonc.,Al.o, tables$33. maple bedroom '
cash for
(-/ .pKon. 4962219.! FOR 3/26.ALL YOU REAL ESTATE available 1.70 acres on ,I ESTATE SALE) Taking bids on suite $223, Fr. Prev. mobile pay home. Ray your Powell BuhJIng Sands e New & U edSalesaPartsaService
./7eVl80TFN.rtHILD Rent SR239. This site Ideal for' 1949 antique Chevrolet bedroom suite $200 dinn-
NEEDSCall Venera Brown 4963377. TFN,4/16.
HOME low Any amount
CARE IN MY home or trailer. For more Sedan runs mileage.Bids ing room suite. Fr. Prey
{,Structured play time $30. REWARD :1496-3022. Sandy Blazon. details call Malnes Real will close March IS. $700. Early Americanloveseatchoirotto Dolvirad or UluulPto. E-Z TermsPlumbing

/:balanced meals snack.. 496-3994 eves or Cerrl Lennon Estate. Realtor 4963978. Rhona Parker Rt. 1 Box $150 UNION COUNTY . . . .
FOR 496-3140. Tiffin andOw.n.
lots of room to run. Wor- 1tchg 2/25. 726. Macclenny. FL 32063. matching 782-3172
fl ., Inc. Realtors Rt. 21' washer/dryer TIMES
5pr- Good Tenants Phone 239-2034 after 5
I thlngton ;[ $230. color TV 1 old
Ings/Providence area.. Box 788. lake Butler FL.' and J39-2O78 during year 495-2261 Aloft E. Taylor . . . .
p.m. $350. Phone
\ 75 -2397
have Providence.
i If you a steady Job tin chg. 8/6. FOR SALE >
Phone 496-3876.2tchg 2/23 daytime hours. 3tpd 2/23 1 New Installation
tchg 2/23.
t. and good credit refer JOHN K. LANOfOID
3/". Associate 3 BEDROOM,' 3 BATH' 3/4 3/11. NEW BUILDINGS, AT FACTOR '. .
ences, we'll knock: $10 Jr.Realtor I Remodeling Re'painI.
with AAA Real CtVBRICK With .. FROST FREE Yi All port. accounted . . . .
) HOME .
((496-3814) ex- I.
each off first third ref.
:: your $150, Apt. size $100. for. All structural
l steel
INSURANCE car. Oil & Gas
Estate 752-O377 announces tra large
Agency swimming pool. Register
and fifth months rent dinette set $95. twin bed rica 'lull factory guaranteed, DnrrtinccPUMP&
nationwide service landscaped yard several
if MAINES INSURANCI AGENCYl when paid on time to and referrals sines- lake Ave., LakeS help us celebrate opening 'located 18'I', feet to the smallest 1.200
7j 160 S. with Independent acres on $* double bed$60 I ** 964-5888
I tables $95, .
496-3978. Complete : of second square feet. Must sell Im
our phu.f Service.
Butler near
S ; Realty Marketing Worthington Springs
bunk beds 100. GE dryer Guff SUPPLY
TFN mediately.' Will sell cheap. ( )
Servica. ".
Insurance rental units* TFN 2/4. owner .one.,- Call used '3
$85. Sears dryer
PInt, Mobs HonIe VIIIge 490-3623 after. 7,. p.nvTFN r months $130. king bed Colt. toll. free COMPANY

I Social secumyi ', SRI2LaLEut I Classified' ( Ads 2/4.. i $173, wood sofa $85 Early -800-248-0321 1-800-148-0065"., Ext. 777 er LP Gas Fuel Oil ., . . .

Claims I Lake Butler city limits. Get Results American sofa$ SO. pillow 2tpd 3/23 34.HAMMOND & 864 N.
Home Cash
i I Phone oi96-23687-8 pm r FOR BALI 2 M frame home t sofa w/bamboo trim $230. Delivery
.flees denied or discon*I detail convenient location. only i, stereo stand $25. stereo ORGAN: Like TempleStarAe Ave.
drop by
tteued7 Expert help-nol ,or or t Call Janice 13500. Low down pay.' $7,. 4 drawer chest $25. new. dual keyboard full -Ft

fee unless we win yout- 1='nyafternoonfor.ppliatlonan1vIwinL 495-2251 men*. ERA.Faulkner ReaMty. 1 color TV $175. Phone: rythmn section 1 octave Martin and perfection1 Heaters .. . .,. .
tt REALTOR 964-3O63. 733-2397 Providence. tchg pedals. Phone 496-2479. I
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--4 .. .- Cattle Swine Rabbits
They were climbing the walls a cou- :
ple of weeks ago at Bradford High M r ",+ Horses 60% Oats 100 Ibs.
School. $11.95 ,
No, it wasn't the teachers. Nor was Goats 0ats horse quality :
it students.It
was the Gator Raiders,an Army .,-
ROTC team from the University of ytS'i
Florida that specializes in such small ." PRODUCTS FOR i
unit tactics as scaling walls and walk- ..,. CHICKEN FIELD FENCE :y
down the sides of tall buildings. RAISERS ::
ing FENCE POSTS From$1.50 Vto 3' | .
ft BHS students watched as three of the ..,,. Barb Wire SEEDS Package or Bulk !i
Gator Raiders walked down the side
Field Fence "
of the school Auditorium, the tallest ,, 1
building on campus.In Garden Tools Small Packages- '
the picture at right one of the Seeds Package or Bulk 1010-10$8.85 per lOON ,
ROTC members from UF walks down I. 1..yw Lime 5W $1.85 DOG FOOD -21% Protein$8,35 I,
frontwards, facing the ground, whileat .'... ...... INSECTICIDES-HERBICIDES
left,a fellow cadet holds the climbing ;';: .I0 Fire Ant Control-Liquid .
rope taut from the ground. In the .I- We carryall Carnation Liquid Molasses for Cattle$140.00 ton
'." photo below Bradford students cast .". .!,....:..:;;',..i:;.....-- Products for those !
+ I I.j
w na '
K t r F an eye skyward to see how it's done. ( who like pelleted feed.
Members and teachers of the ROTC .j : ;
1I 1\ classes at UF also demonstrated .... .: 7' Pride In Our Products Confidence-
I\<, precision marching drills on the BHS .,.T--' .' .- .,," n'I
football field and talked to the --r-
students about life as an ROTC d ;.
member at the University. They explained ;'rJ"e" .... '"T Alligator Creek Ranch Inc. .
that students in the freshmanand f ,' iBa'* : xf WBSStZ.'Q*? "* 1
sophomore levels take a one hour .' US 301 S STARKE 964.6973
military training course along with
the regular studies ....- : '
IF Its in field training that the cadets L Starke Planning Clinic ;
.. Family j
learn such things as use of weaponry, .. .
dl ducting rappelling river off crossings.60-foot towers,and con- 0' .- ........ .- Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied)' ,

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& Vasectomies 1

No'Hospital stay necessary No Abortions performed :'

1 964-6500
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$169 I .

Chuck Roast Lb. ;

Infested Hay J1E1IThI 19J -411 } -

Good thru March' 4; 1982 SMOKED A-, '
Blamed For 7 9
Exclusive 25' x 1" wide blade PICNIC
stays rigid up to 7' Power Wall Panelling"U" Lb.

Horse Deaths return. Belt clip i Homemade ,
State agriculture specialists are PAN II
looking into various aspects surroun-
ding the death of two central Florida 4L $ -00 $125
horses, Commissioner Doyle Conner SAUSAGE Lb.
has announced. ,
The death of a prized Arabian Off per sheet
stallion and his son have been blamedon I COUNTRY STYLE c
poisoning by blister beetles,accor- .4 9 ;
ding to Dr. Thomas Lane at the FATBACK Lb. ;
University of Florida School of lI
horses Veterinary died.Medicine, where the two I Gustafson It ItI

The two died after being fed alfalfa I
hay infested with the beetles, accor- LO-FAT 7 QMILK
ding to owner Mrs. Lois St. Clair, : j
matron of St. Clair Arabians Farmsat ,. .
Orange Lake in Marion County. : G.I. '. ;

The hay was imported from 15 or 30 FELT s
Oklahoma and distributed through an HOMO $181 f
Ocala firm, she said. PL425HHi Gal. r

"As the a matter Division of of routine Plant,Industry specialistsfrom in $098 Rat 2Vz Doz. 4 f f 111i

Gainesville and the Division of Inspection -
; in Tallahassee are participating i ;FRESH R9i ,i. 1
in the investigation in order $1
that we might assist the horse in- MACCD'o EGGS i. ,) j
dustry in helping it gain a measure of -\'
protection against further losses due AI! :
to blister beetles," Conner said. liquid II I
i I
"We have requested that the LIQUID ,Nails M
distributor voluntarily stop sale of I : :1
hay from the Oklahoma shipment until PIMT D
specialists can check for the NAILS
beetles, and all previous sales from //(1: reezer Special I
the shipment can be traced and ( 1
.toMeanwhile 0 MOBILETAINTS
Commissioner Conner L269
urged all people with hay-eating Off 5 Lbs. Chicken :
animals to check: their hay bales for 4fF
the beetle, which is the size of a
horsefly and has yellow-and-black
Ea. Qa.
lengthwise stripes on its back. . i 269 .T
varied Animals symptoms that eat including the beetles those exhibit of .11' -i!:'. -,p. 5 Lbs. GIZZARDS .

colic. There is no cure for the toxic I5lbs. I
known as cantharidin, which is
poisonous to mammals, including CDX2" 239
Turkey Necks 1


Nears 2x4 #2 Pine 8' 669or 495
To Apply ForScholarships 3 Ply 5 Lbs. Pork Chops i

2x4 Spruce Precut 7. 19.' 4 Ply 5 Lbs. Neckbones. 249 J.

Time is running out for those junior
and senior class high school students $ .
who are interested in applying for
$1,000 college scholarships. The I I Each
deadline to for applications is March : The
15, 1982 and can be made by contac- -.o
t ting the Educational Communications
Scholarship Foundation, 3105 MacAr-
thur Blvd.Northbrook.. ILL 60062. r I

should To receive send an application a self-addressed, students, JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY I Meat Stor
stamped enyelopee with a note m.
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state zip code and approximategrade I I.W. sua Avenue 1..1071 Jet SR 218100ow 105 Edwards Road. SUrkt
point average. Fifty award + IE 416-30711 tisdess Usstsl 473-4173 I Across from Bradford
will be
winners selected on the basisof
academic performance; involvement I 9848200u.
in extracurricular activities and
financial need. I

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