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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Believe it or not, Bradford County just eased through the warmest MI' I''"i ; February in 20 years, after one of the coldest Januarys on record. SINCE 1879 -
The only near-freeze of the month came on Feb. 23 when the mercury ,u,, ,Inside... I

or dropped below.to 33. February 1981 brought six mornings with temperatures 32'' "' '' y 1,: Two S.ctlon.' '


As a result of the unusual warmth. Bradford's berry crop" is coming on SECTION Nowi. .At. . . .Pogt 1,3,3,. 'i
fast with described "fantastic. Predictions
quality by one grower as are Editorial . . . .ir..Pog.6
that if the trend continues will be the
warm growers "picking heavy"" by ,.Soclty. . . . .. ..Pog. 5.' ,
last of next week. "There should be plenty of berries for the fair, Morris .
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Carter said.
Jr. Sport.. . . . .Pagi 10-12
rainfall for the in February 3.5 inches. New River
Average county was lagal. . . . . .fag II ,
fire tower reported the most at 3.95 inches; Santa Fe recorded 2.7;

:, Highland tower had 2.06 inches; and Starke recorded the least for the SECTION B: The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Hettven

month, 1.99 inches. Nwi Brlf,, . . .Pogo 4 '
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"You will receive bargaining regulations for the operation of areas around KH.
assistance in the future in Bradford t the county landfill, with new rules of Perryman apologized to the com-
,i County," FEA-United President Pat L conduct added and including increased mission for any trouble he may have
: Tornillo promised Bradford teachers ;1 4:1 charges for commercial haulers. caused at the landfill. He said county
at a legislative awareness dinner here \ e.c / were approved in a resolution employee J.B. Crawford "has a personal
last Thursday night Feb. 25. adopted 5-0 Monday by Bradford com vendetta against me," but
I Educators who head bargaining missioners.New denied cursing Craw ford on the day in
''Y units from Alachua, Dixie, and ; charges will be $3.50 for a question.The .
I of Hamilton counties joined Bradford lj-ton pickup truck $7.50 for a :lj-lon county denied Ferryman, but
, educators to pack the Fellowship Hall NL to 2'a-ton truck with factory or stake not his employees or his wife accessto
)t of the First United Methodist Church bodies, and 67 cents per cubic yard for the landfill. Then the county received -
,: in Starke to hear officials from the all commercial haulers with trucks a letter from Orange Park at
f State Department of Education and which compact the garbage.As torney John Kopelousos slating Per-
from their state union, the Florida originally drawn, the new ryman's rights has been violated
1. Education Association and AFL-CIO, resolution included rates of $5 for a'aton because the county had not written

which is now united,.thus called FEA.'United. ,. pickup $15 for :U to 2'j-ton' rules of conduct concering the land
'.- .,. ..... trucks, and $1.60 per yard for commercial fill. Thus, the new rules were adopted
'. "The money was there," said ,. f e haulers with compactors. At Monday."I .
Yvonne Burkholz, chief lobbyist for ,; L Jtf Monday's meeting the proposed new guess this whole thing is my
FEA/United, who said Bradford "L>. ( rates had been changed to $3.50 $5 fault," said Perryman."I'd .
I 'County received enough new moneyto i.. i
give teachers a 12' increase, even after the costoflivingindex hauler of garbage got the commission Carter, Jr.Commissioner.
cost the county some $247,000. Out a Science Fair to lower the 85 cents per cubic Mosie)'. who is in

"Your school board chose, like a BUS senior Eddie Winkler, far right, plays ,: Using a Skin Galvanometer and yard figure to 67 cents the amount) charge of the county landfill operation
number of other school boards, unfortunately as Stacey Denmark tries out the project she's Light'Y" ;" Commissioner Lawrence Mosley said County Sanitarian Darrell
I to do other things with it," In this week's Bradford Science Fair. Fair contestant Tommy Crosby( is at the state figures it costs Bradford O'Neal, and Perryman were to meetto
r I' Ms. Burkholz stated. The gadgetry attached to Winkler tests his the test. County) to bury a cubic yard of gar- discuss how many cubic yards of
A fiscal profile of funding that garbage Perryman will be allowed to
I bage.
(a pain as part of Stacey's project entitled: my research yet so I don't really
I Bradford County received was Psychological Pain Tolerance in Dark and haul to the landfill. Ferryman picksup
I findings, Stacy said of her tests. Gaskins said it would cost him an
distributed by Ms. Burkholz which, a lot of garbage in Clay County.
i shows Bradford County receiving additional $500 per year at 85 cents. and the Bradford commissionerswant
He pointed out the county isn't in the
i $720,794 to limit him.as much as pos ble.
t Teacher salaries in Bradford County garbage business to make a profit from dumping Clay garbage in the
BHS Science FairSome and said would
Public Invited to he have to raise rateson
average $13,464 compared to the Bradford landfill
state average of $15,404 according to many people living on fixed in- The "I\ew rules of conduct, to be
I r5 the fiscal profile Ms. Burkholz /said come with no way to haul garbage adopted by the commission after the
had been prepared last Thursday just 75 projects are expected this week as the Bradford and microbiology in the Biology field; and environmental themselves. lie would lose customersif charges are included state:
r before -the fEA group left County Science Fair opens Thursday March 4, and engineering, physics, earth&:space, chemistry. ,,and he has to raise fates, Gaskins said "No person nor. employee of any
Tallahassee continues through the school day Friday. match &: computers jp:.1he Physical field. adding he has' taken a job as a commercial user making use of the
- 'Tornltto'sald it-l in note uauarprac" 'Student projects will be'judged for excelkini:ewitH'thd",4 AWara tobegfven.heludea'tropP f Best of Sh'ow -fireman for the city of Starke to sup- Bradford) County landfill shall curse
ice for FEA/United to bargain for top 26 local projects qualifying for the Regional Science special large ribbons '({or Best Physical and Best plement his business. or use abusive language with
,,. local teacher units but it has become Fair, which is scheduled for March 18-19 at Lake City Biological; and 1st, 2nd,'and 3rd place and honorable The board agreed to charge 67 cents employee of Bradford County working any
necessary to give assistance to localsin Community College. Judging which will be Bradford mention ribbons for other deserving projects. per cubic yard, but told Gaskins the at the Bradford County landfill
a few cases where good faith representatives from Clay Electric DuPont, the Judges for the Fair. this year are: rates will have to be raised when the site"
bargaining was not taking place. Co. Health Dept., the Bradford-Union Guidance Anthony Franklin a former Science Fair winner at county's cost goes up. Gaskins said he Violation of the rules of conduct or
Last year FEA/United had to go to Clinic, and the Baker County and Union County school BHS and now a University of Florida Dental School student understands that. failure to the stipulated fees
systems, will take place during the school day Thurs- ; Gilbert Reed, a Clay Electric engineer, and Clin- pay
Ockeechobee County where the school Tom who has been ban makes a liable to have his
Ferryman, person
March 4. An house will start at 7 that ton of data
day, open p.m. Caney, Clay Electric processing; Marie
board bargainer was Herb Sang, the ned by the county commission from) right to use the dump suspended. A
night with the awards ceremony to be held at 7:30.: Woodley and Ralph Walker, both science teachers at
appointive superintendent of schools would bo first
the landfill temporary suspension t
The projects, in rooms 1803 and 1805, will be open to Union Co. High School ; Tom Scott and Breta Hobbs personally using county
from Duval County. Ockeechobee invoked then ithln 10
w days a hearing
at Monday's meeting
was
present
viewing after the awards ceremony and also from 8 a.m. both science teachers at Baker Co. High School; Joyce
teacherss received the largest salary would be set before the
when the new rules were adopted. county commission
until 2 p.m. Friday, March 5. Riherd of the Bradford Co. Health Dept.; and Dr. Bill
increase in their history, Tornillo Cave in whether the right to
on use
Perryman owns Tasty
Categories for the projects include: botany, Lennon, Director of the Bradford-Union Guidance .
the landfill would be
said.This behavioral, medicine & health zoology, biochemistry, Clinic. Keystone Heights and operates a garbage permanently
school FEA/United Bradford
year service in the and ClayOff suspended.
assistance became necessary in Mar-
tin County, whose teachers also
received a record pay increase, Tor-

: nillo said. Karen Parado Gina Lane BHS Graduates I
i Tornillo expressed hope that in Thorpe Randy Top
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I Bradford County the school board and
superintendent will enter into
bargaining next fall in good faith. Co-valedictorians Karen Thorpe .. ,, ', ,), --.... described as a demanding instructor
FEA/United will sponsor a training and Randy Parado are the top 1982 ."i '\.'\f!' but from whom they learned a great
program for local union leaders to academic graduates of Bradford High I' ",I }e:. deal. Non of the top three students
I learn to read financial statements, School, it was announced this week by "--1';.', said they regretted becoming
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. President Tornillo said. Principal Jim Duncan. ; ", d I students of Mrs. Miller.

Telling local teachers to become involved Gina Lane, president of the Senior

Tornillo quoted the late U.S. Class and a Tornado cheerleader, is e ,tl 'W Li,<'" .
President John F. Kennedy as say- the 1982 salutatorian. 1 {, 1 4',
F.p t "-
ing: Miss Thorpe and Parado accumulated R "
"Things don't just happen, they are identical 3.809 grade point : t 1
made to happen. And in education and averages, the highest earned by any .
politics they are made to happen by senior, so they were named co- ,
people like you and me." valedictorians. Miss Lane earned a ?1M E
Politics is the lifeblood of this coun- 3.634 grade point average, the second

try, Tornillo said.. highest posted by any BHS senior.
There was a time when teacherswere Five BHS students have earned 3.5 1k J

told politics was dirty and they or higher grade point averges and are P k
shouldn't mix. named High Honor graduates. They '
There isn't a decision made in are: Tina Marie Best, Tammy Den- 1 '' ;

education that isn't politically based, ton, Teresa Harley Richard Trainor. ./ J ;. '',
Tornillo said. There is not way to Nineteen more BHS seniors have .".\ "' '

separate politics from education, he earned grade point averages between THURSDAfor ),1
told teachers. Therefore, there is no 3.0 and 3.5 and have been named '
choice for teachers but to become involved Honor Graduates. They are: Anthony .. -.. :-S IAWTEY DIXIE YOUTH .
ASSOCIATION MONTHLY MEETING
in politics. Anderson Valeria Brown, Vickie Karen Thorpe Randy Parado Gina Lane 7:30 lowly ElementarySchool
The state Department of Educationis Carver, Lorain Chambers, Beatrix p.m.
recommending to Gov. Bob Cummings, Sherry Davis, Valerie BUS Co-Valedictorian BUS CoValedictoriantend Salutatorian Caftrla
Graham a $1,750 per teacher salary Hightower Martin Hunter, Camille BRADFORD SCIENCE FAIR

increase for 82-83, said Deputy Com Livingston, Mary Martin, Gary Mar- Society, was Art Club president. Santa Fe Community College he earned straight-A's until the 11th Award.INS Room 1103.7:30 I 1105
' missioner Roger Nichols.The requestis tin, Terri Massey, Julia Marie Pen- Parado, BHS athlete as well as a then transfer to a major univeristy grade. Then, according to Guidance Crmony p.m.

justified by saying it is necessary to darvis, Susan Sapp Vivian Sheffield, scholar, plans to attend college. He is specializing in languages. A memberof Couselor Allison Aljets Randy -- FRIDAY_. March-. --S_
raise Florida education standards so Kenneth Randal Starling, Ronda the son of Romeo and Laura Paradoof both the Spanish and French Honor became "socialized." Plus Randy -- ;
j the state will be in the top quartile of Stern. Barbara Wike, and Charles Hampton Lake. Randy is a former Societies, Miss Lane wants to becomea says, he got his driver's license and FFA DAY. AT BHS
1:30 2:30
I, the nation. Morris (Chuck) Williams. fullback on the BUS eleven and is currently specialist in languages and plans to also became a student of Mrs. Julie
But FEA/United lobbyist Burkholz Miss Thorpe, the daughter of Mr. an infielder on the BHS nine. major in French and International Af Miller who is known among her BHS -- ,--.-
cautioned the teachers .not to spend and Mrs. Robert D. Thorpe of Starke, He is a member of the National Honor fairs. students as a real task maker and a SATURDAY March 1 t..
the $1,750 yet.Reapportionment. plans to become an elementary schoolteacher Society, the Spanish Honor Society, She is also a member of the Na tough grader. GARAGE SALE
is the overridingIssue She plans to attend Samford and and Bldg. N. of Baldwin Ch.v.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes. tional Honor Society and the Key Miss Thorpe Miss Lane said
of the current legislative sessionnow University in Birmingham, Ala. She Miss Lane, daughter' of Mr. and Club. they maintained straight-A's until she US 310 N.
in its eighth week, she said. is a member of the National Honor Mrs. Ted I AM ill TT
Lane of Starke;plans to at- Valedictorian Randy Parado said met up with Mrs. Miller who they
School districts change every day, Bradford Pop Worn.r Football WASH
Issues surrounding reapportionmentare Community Stat Bank
persuasive, tempers are shorter, Bradford Squar. US 301 S.
stands on, issues are hardening she More Arrested as Sheriff's'Roundup ContinuesFive B AM III T7
added. __ Bradford Pop Worn.r Football
State revenues are plummeting in
the current recession. Ms. Burkholz adultS and one juvenile have of Hawthone, complete the investigation Station. four Hampton men last week in the -M14NDA1.: March '_ -
said, telling the teachers that fact is now been arrested by theBradford by the authorities. Williams, burglary-grand larceny of Container CMS Ith GRADE'AIENTSORGANIZATIONAL
County Sheriffs Department in con Easley and the juvenile are chargedwith Gainey and the Juvenile were
Wood Yard in Starke. Arrested MUTING
real.The nection with series of armed robberies the armed charged in the February 2 robbery of were
House wants a sales tax a robbery of Thoni's 7 IMS
penny Glen Randall Brown, Earl Terry Bed p.m. Gym
the LIT US-301 and SR18.
in Bradford County since the Service Station that occurred the Champ on
to balance and fund raises for school on ford, Ricky' Wayne Hawkins and
and state employees, relieve property first of the year. night of January 11. During the rob- The juvenile has been charged in all Larry Wayne Moore; they remain in TUESDAY.March*_
the armed robberies. The Starke ---
All six suspects Including the bery at Thoni's the station attendent
taxes and give aid to cities and cowrties. ; the Bradford County Jail under$5,000 BRADFORD ASSOCIATIONFOR
Juvenile, are incarcerated in .the Fair battered the Police Department arrested the
But it is possible to balance the was by bond each. RETIRED CITIZ INStorm.rly
budget, without a sales tax Bradford County Jail under $5,000 defendants by .striking him in the juvenile during a robbery attempt of BUARC
by not giving pay increases Increasei bond on each charge. The six new arrests head with a handgun. the same convience store February The total in the Bradford County 7130( Sunthln Acr.)

and state employees and the Senate brings to 10 the number of arrests 10.This jail at this time is 16 prisoners, near p.m.Public tnvlt.dIROOKEI .)
wants to do that, Ms. Burkholz said. made by the Sheriffs Departsment Vincent McCray Edward Aldridgeand is maybe the first time since he capacity. The sheriff said over COUNCIL
Jim Geiger, first vice-president of In the past two weeks: the 17 year-old juvenile were arrested became sheriff that the departmenthas crowding at the Jail will not influence MUTING 7130
FEA/United, told teachers they will The latest arrests Norman Easley last week and charged with the had back to back cases with a future actions by his staff they will p.m.
HAMPTON COUNCIL
probably lose tenure in this session of 26, and Issac Williams, 28, both of armed robbery that occurred on the total of 10 co-defendents, said Red- continue to investigate and make arrests MEETING
the Legislature. Starke, and Rickey Elijah Gainey, 25, night of February 4th at the 301 Gulf dish. He was referring to the arrest of : as necessary. 7 p.m.
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I Vickie Carver New Car for Deputy

rendered for a year or more.
A new car for Deputy Sheriff John

Seniors.... J n 'b7 n Dempsey is in the works,with the Was told by Clerk Gib Brown the
The results for the class selectionswere Bobbie O'Brian will host an exhibit at money for the $8,576 vehicle coming county has received $3,128 from the
tabulated and the followingwere the Public Library on Monday March from a rather unusual sourcea fundstarted state to help defray medical costs for
chosen; 8, from 6:30-8: p.m. There will be by drug confiscation. the indigent persons.
refreshments served by the Art Club. Sheriff Dolph Reddish told
Class Song: Let's Groove The public is invited to attend the Bradford County Commission Monday Decided to contact the City of
Class Flower: Red Rose show of exhibits from BHS and BMS March 1, he has an $11,000 fund Starke about performing an energy.
Class Poem: "Graduation"Class art students. There will be art work plus interest it has earned in the past audit of the courthouse.
Motto: Moments to that is available for the public to pur- alAI years. The funds were remitted to
Remember chase. i.d tTT ,Bradford County by the Gainesville Was told by Florida Power&Light:
There will be a run-off between Piz- Police Department after the two that installing a new, type high
The Art Club will help with the worked on a drug
za and Big Mac for the Class Junk departments jointly pressure sodium vapor light at.the
special Olympics Wednesday March .
Food. case in 1900.f'It.S Hampton Lake board ramp will save
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10, as a service to the community. as good expenditure as I can the 47 cents month '
county per
under for the They will be doing a mural, and will The New Sliver Bullet. think of,"said Sheriff Reddish. Funds
Specific plans are .
way
Bahamas Mr. McGriff is the be helping out with the timing, hugg- for a new car' for Deputy Dempsey, Agreed to renew its drive to get the
to trip.contact for the details. ing, and scoring at the Olympics also. Police Chief M.M.Jordan get the keys to a 1982 Chevrolet Impala. Interceptor would have been included in his next railroad crossing on Griffis Loop
sponsor Congratulations to Karen Thorpe from Baldwin-Chevrolet salesman JJt. Jim) Lawson. budget request, he added. Since repaired. Chairman Maxie Carter,
The 110.700 car has an optional 350 cubic Inch police special e0cle equipped Dempsey's car has more miles on it
is be
"Field Day, sponsored by the and Randy Paradeco- Jr. said the repair "supposed to
with dual exhausts has the KIt-10 model radar unit and
new 92.300 .axnuw than had been expected. Reddish
FFA, and cancelled last week valedictorians of this year's senior in the mill. Road Foreman Leon Ell
and have $.,000 radio. said, be requested the new car now Is to be but...
Karen
because of bad weather will take class. Randy an ington said it supposed ,
who last week observed with Haldwln Chevralet has hi.
Lawson .
19 aj
years from the special fund. ,
place this Friday, March 5. There identical grade point average for 3' Clerk Brown said he will follow
selling police cars to Lawtey since 1976.The new Impala replaces' a 197 Neva, under
The fund is set up a new
of school The and
will be different events, including a years 3.809. through with attorney Hardy get
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with miles.Drive
salutatorian of this senior classis ,000 Florida contraband law, which allows to Seaboard
hog calling contest. We will be on the year's out another letter
pep rally schedule, and the "Field Gina Lane, with the next highest the Sheriffs ,Department to spend Coastline Railroad. All agreed the
Day" activities will begin at 2 p.m. average, 3.634.Campus confiscated funds for good purposes, crossings are in bad shape.

Capers... On to Move Head Start Sheriff Reddish says. Agreed to head up a move under a
A new flag corps is being organinzed. In other March 1 action, the County
There will be New flags New We have two scubba divers in school. new state law an effort to combine
uniforms, a New sponsor, and the Well, they are supposed, to be IN Commission: agencies and lessen costs in transporting -
be in about school ItKevin!I Back StarkeA the infirm and disabled personsto
training sesssion will Administration to Awarded the job of blowing R-30
doctors and on shopping trips, etc.
Mr. Woodfin has the
three weeks. attic of the
Insulation into the county
Johns what's number of out such
details. new in your A agencies carry
life?? drive is on to have the ad- program, she says. at Health$442.Department Riherd Construction to Ed Ripplinger Co. bid transportation functions now, said
ministration of the Head Start program Public Transportation Specialist Pete
March is National Youth Art Is there a surprise planned for this moved back to Starke by the "What we are in effect requesting $445 and Dean Cassel, Inc. $520. Croft of the state Department of

Month. In celebrating this event the weekend somewhere!&I& Suwannee River Economic Council of of you at this time is a letter of support Told Sheriff Reddish to take Transportation.Croft .
Art Club at BUS, sponsored by Mrs. for gladys Live Oak and assigned to the Con- for our agency and our proposal of Dolph trash bid at an and Marlie Sanderson of the
care building a
cerned Citizens of Bradford North Central Florida Regional Plan-
County to manage Head Start. We
hope to estimated cost off $500. Reddish said
Inc. convince SREC Inc. to ning Council, which is contracted to
delegate the
he will several
Lawtey Newsby To that end Mrs. Elizabeth Walker program to us, but are prepared to get prices. DOT to work on the public transportation
I and Cynthia Ross secured the support make a petition to the funding source Was told the Florida attorney system, told the county the project
of the Bradford County Commissionin if necessary," Mrs. Walker wrote in general has been written about would have to be bid out to
Elizabeth Terry an appearance before the board her letter to the county commission. whether another law enforce- private firms at a possible higher cost
county
Phone: 782-3300 Monday, March 1. if the county did not take it over. The
Current Head Start slots for Bradford The Concerned Citizens of Bradford ment agency has jurisdiction in Bradford county can, in turn, contract out the
Church Activities: Edith Brandt, of Glen St. Mary, spent County have been reduced from County, Inc. was established in 1977 County such as the case where jobs to different agencies said, Croft.
Grace United Methodist: MYF is Sunday afternoon with their aunt 54 to 39, according to Mrs. Walker. with the goal to serve as a focal point Keystone Heights has contracted with
having a Rock-A-Thon beginning Mrs. Truby Wainwright.Mrs. The 15 slots lost were redistributed to for providing services to the general'' the Clay County Sheriff's Department
March 12, at 6 p.m. Earl Troxell spent a week with other counties for no apparent reason, Bradford County community and in for police protection and ClaySheriff's
Personals: her daughter, Mrs. Dava Kelly and and, in the meantime, the populationof particular those socially, or' deputies patrol the KH air- BRADFORD
Miss Ruth Strickland, of EBRO, took care of her grandson Brannon Bradford County has tripled, Mrs. economically needy. port which belongs to Keystone COUNTY TELEGRAPH
visited her brother-in-law and sister but lies inside the boundaries
Kelly. Walker points out. "We ultimately would like to see all, Heights ubllihcd vvry Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green, for a Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee visited Children from Bradford are busedto of our facilities (formerly known as. ,of Bradford Co. Attorney Dudley Har- at 130 W. con SI.t
week. their daughter Karen and her family Lake City for dental service. Local RJE High) in full use, providing programs dy says he still has doubts Clay has Start.Florida 3201
Terry Futch, of JacksonvilleBeach of Albauquerque, N.M., for a week vendors have difficulty making con- and activities for people of aU' authority inside another county, but
stopped off to see his brother, recently. tact with Head Start management to ages," Mrs. Walker wrote the board. said the opinion probably won't be Second: Cia,.pottaga paid at
Benton Futch, Starke, for a few Capt. and Mrs.John Bloom came in receive payment for goods bought Starka,FloridaSubscription
minutes, and also his aunt Miss
from Germany, Miss Wendie Smyth, .
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local!"r Mr s Walker also i ---
Elizabeth Terry, on his way home of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs.James Dougherty 'Th;{'Concerned Citizens ponso organization .I .....1
from Starke Thursday. flew in Saturday from Washington, INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPAREDShort
has gained some expertise in In trod oroai $'.00 p.,yor
Mrs. Daisy Boch Mrs. Mamie Ben-
D.C. Miss Smyth went back to Atlanta
nett, and Miss Lynn Whaley, visited today. They celebrated Mrs. BillWllson's care child care field by Mrs.virtue Walker of its said.-1 Form $7.50 Long Form $15.00 + up $5.00 six months
program
Mr. Wilkerson in Alachua
General Bryant Hospital, Gainesville, on my Boyette birthday.of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs., Tom-were Funds could by joint be managed purchasing more efficiently Frank Young Accountant Outild' trod$5.50 arai sir monthsI $10.00 p.yoar

Sunday afternoon. there with their Col.! and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scott, of Apopka, Mrs. William Wilson.parents Head Start and the existing day 964-5139 Hwy. 301 N.. Starke

were Saturday overnight and Sunday Mrs. Barbara Whaley and her
guests of their Barents. Mr. and Mrs. daughters Mini and Jana, of Tampa
Ray Rosier and sister, Miss Debbie spent the weekend with her soninlawand 0'lid
Scott. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Danny J
Mr. and Mrs. John Aguiar. of Luke and daughter Erin and their
Jacksonville, visited their brother-in- sister Miss Lynn Whaley. They also
law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Oscar visited with her mother, Mrs. Nellie

Carter on Saturday afternoon. Wilkinson, and her sister,,Mrs. Daisy.
Henry Hodges, Mark and Sarah, Boch.
and Mr. Buddy Smith went to Mrs. Iris Pendarvis was a supper ,
Jacksonville, Saturday night to see guest of her brother-in-law and sister r
the Tractor Pull Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee were Oscar Vanzant, of Callahan, ,
Thursday overnight guests of their was a supper guest of his in-laws, Mr. SS SS
mother Mrs. Ava Stephens and and Mrs. Cecil Hardee.
sister, Mrs. Kathleen Stringer, of Lawtey Elementary News
Panasofke. Cub Scouts of Den 2, Mrs. Bonnie
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Mr. King, leader, had a busy week last
and Mrs. Cecil Whitehead, went to week. Monday night was the annual
Lake City to attend Mr. and Mrs. Blue and Gold Banquet this year
Clark Marlins's son Robert's first birthday celebrating the 52nd year of Cub g;
party on Thursday. Scouting. Adam Erdman and Will A'. .P '"
Mrs. Larry Norman and her Lancaster received their Bobcat '
mother, Mrs. Ola Starling attendedthe ranks. Bryan King received a gold ( ;
revival at Pine Level Church on and two silver arrowpoints on his
Monday night. Wolf rank. Also attending with their Low Price! i
Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Futch of families were Todd Hall and Michael
Waycross, Ga., *visited their cousins, Becker who received their Bobcats in
Mr. and Mrs. Lee McClellan on January. The weekly den meetingwas w''
Thursday.. While they were here they held on Thursday after a safety
also visited their aunt Mrs. R.H. lecture, the boys exchanged ?
Futch and cousins Mr. and Mrs. Obed '. M .
messages in different codes. Follow-
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Pauley. ing refreshments supplied by Todd 'S --qj ; / .
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman and Hall, the meeting adjourned outside I Buy this roomful-sofa love, seat and 1% toy
daughter Rhonda and their mother, for games and races. xtf kl.vi u i' chair-for the price you vould Normally T's.4

Mrs. Ola Starling attended camp Jump Rope for Heart is Friday, q rrnr++ ij 's4 t pay for just a sofa and chair! Thick, t, 7liH
meeting at Temple Baptist Church on March .5 from 11:30 to *'
2:30( '
Tuesday night. Several of the students are getting p.m. '1t .': Qe.:- knife-edged cushions deep backs Y t 1 via

Little DeWitt Revila spent Friday pledges from friends and relatives. r 4 plump, roll-over arms /% with all
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and Saturday nights with his grand- Please support their efforts, as the : irs r the restful support of foarri Note the
mother, Mrs. Margie Reddish, of F ,
proceeds will be going to the
Starke. American Heart Association. s. a'. r smart tailoring, with the box"pleating :
Deepest sympathy of the community Students in grades kindergarten "b 'k; I, +4: / and the beautiful welting in color contrasting :11-
is extended to Mrs. Hazel Moran through seven took the CTBS tests '" to the fabric. This S-pi I ca"group"
and family due to the death of her hus- this week. Make-up tests for those sin
band Mr. Lloyd Moran. students who were absent during the 1 is a super bargain at this low price!

Melvin Futch. of Black Mountain, testing, will be next
N.C., was a Wednesday dinner guestof Wednesday, and TueSdaYi
his cousins Mr. and Mrs. Truman students must take the CTBS tests.
Norman.Mr. We would like to welcome our cur *>F
Bill Crouse, returned home rent school volunteers to our school: A r i
Saturday from school at Albequerque Mrs. Kilb Walker Mrs. Grif- : ar
N.M., and made good on his fis. Mrs. Harris, and Mrs. Miscally $/*
studies there. We appreciate your help '
Miss Brenda Prevatt and friend rth.. !
David of Tallahassee, were Sunday
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dinner guests of her grandparents, ; x ar
: PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS b' 9 b- yr r d
Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker and ..Vfef..
sons were Sunday dinner guests of Y ,'
their parents Mr. and Mrs. John 1.2 I 3 Isdrsm Apt*. ,(; '
Steele. From '13 ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison :
visited their mother, Mrs. Ruby ,
Lewis, of Columbus Ga.. who had s 1S39W.Ha.iiHN44312 pr

surgery Thursday. They visited her ,..... "
from Thursday until Sunday.Mrs. f ifUM-
Irene Shepherd, and Mrs. ?. ,

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Builders of commercial and home buildings since 1939' \ 4 ,At A 4 'Two-Piece Price !

Office next to Badcock Furniture 964-7891 or 782-3160 after B ,.
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Blalock 1st ,rr) M Texgas Tries to Sell City on Use of LP Gas I


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In Lawtey Use of liquified petroleum gas in Agreed to take out a repair agree- "If you 4V;catch"; them, don't just writea catching any dogs since being appointed -
1 Starke vehicles was proposed to the ment with Ford Motor Co. at $455 per nice letter to the parents; take it interim dog catcher by the
City Commission\ Tuesday night, year on each of three new police cars. just as far as you can," an incensed council several months ago said he
March 2. Crosby told Bowen. didn't take the job when they refusedto

Spell-Off ban Maloy, who represents Texgas Agreed with Commission Schaefer pay him.
0; ,Corp., which wants to switch city that the power plant has been cleanedup Heard Chief Bown report he has
Vehicles from gasoline to LP gas,said and looks much better. Mayor Ver- two applications for the position of
T4i Lisa Blalock correctly spelled the $750 conversion cost can be non Silcox pushed for the clean up dog catcher' which pays $150 per On April 12. 1776. North
gangrene and then cleanser to come 1.1w + recovered in 8-10 months when a vehi- after visiting clean plants in New month. Applications will be taken Carolina became the first
out on top in the Lawtey Elementary cle is driven about 30,000 miles per Smyrna Beach. through! Wed., March 10, Bowen said. colony to instruct its delegatesto
it School Spelling Bee held Thursday Propane would cost the city 69 for independence in
year. vote
March 23. Was told by Schaefer that Master- Bowen was asked if he had been
t. '1-, cents per gallon, said Maloy. the Continental Congress.
'' Links Inc. for the water
After she and runnerup David Shine contractor
both had spelled 14 words correctly The city has been paying $1.07 per system in Reno under the current
'. Shine missed on angrene and Lisa gallong for gasoline, said Commissioner HUD project, is about ready to
!; 'was able to spell his missed word and Charles Schaefer. pressure test the system.
r
; then cleanser, the, next word on the If a vehicle is'converted to burn just 'R4r
list. She will now represent Lawtey in As much
,it doesn't lose
,
9' propane ,2t rattrr .
r Was told by Commissioner Bob
the county spelling bee with David mileage. A loss of 2 to 6 miles per
Milner that work is continuing on the
serving as the LE alternate. S
is
gallon can be expected if a vehicle
Third place went to Kim Crawford Edwards Road athletic complex. Problem
,
., converted so it will burn either
who missed the word 'ninth' in the now is getting a large amount of
G 'round ten. Fourth placer Ann Starling gasoline or propane. dirt hauled in to cover a glass infested I1iIf1IIL SJIflI.SO""
had gone out one round earlier on the' Propane is an excellent motor fuel ballfield, which used to be the city _
word 'scholastic'. The Lawtey for stop and go driving,far superior to dump. Plans are to eventually build
: 'spellers went through 84 words, gasoline, Maloy contended. five ballfields and a recreation com __
almost causing LE librarian -.- plex on Edwards Road.
9" whosecar
.... Police Chief Jimmy Bowen, .J'1
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Ernestine Register to run off a second was recently converted to LP gas,
r list of words. ..
b Top Spellers at LE... backed up Maloy's claims. Bowen Vandals snatched the water coolerout "
Other contestants, all class cham- 1JL
said he has saved about$400 based on
... of the wall at the Edwards Road
pions, were: Tasher Allen, Becky Lisa Blalock, in back, and Dnvld gasoline at $1.23 per gallon.In field and left it laying on the ground, J4 Sq
Poore, Michael Blalock, Stephanie Shine proved to be the top spellers In V
Harper, Ginger Herndon, Tammy the Lawtey Elementary School reported Commissioner Jimmy 4Ek / ?
spell- other action, the city commission who told Chief Bowen to
Crosby
.
.. prosecute
Padgett, Michael Wright, Rodney Ing bee last week. They outlasted 13 : to the limit of the law (
y Mosley, Kim Austin, and Kim Gowen. other contestants. s



I Berries Hit Market... ./r-I'

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TROPHY ./
1. The first strawberries of the season could badly harm the crop.
were probably picked by L.M. In a couple of weeks) the growerswill WeFinuncenp
y (Buddy) Norman last week, and are be in full production.Taylor says, -e1
selling for $10 per flat at Norman's if the warm weather holds. Strawberries -
,. Farm Produce on North Temple Ave. like the cool nights and hot sunny n to 24
in Starke. days. nlo11t118N1

Out of staters and local customers Most growers are selling their fruit Ti TiNew
:. were quickly picking up flats of the locally, to local stores or on the road. SawyerSladeGas
large Sequoia strawberries Tuesday Picking is being done by local manual

: afternon, not hestitating at .the price. labor. & Appliances VISA

Most local growers are scrapping, Berries will need to hold at around
as they term it, twice per week now, $8 per flat for growers to make a i
row 332 W. Madison St. Starke
:: according to County Agent Bobby fit, says Taylor who explains .
Taylor who toured local berry fields costly it has become to raise
: Wednesday morning, March 3. strawberries in his County Agent's
Notebook 4A. Free Preview MeetingMon.
on Page
i The berry plants look exceptionally ---.,,-----
: good now, Taylor says. Prospects are *
c for a large crop from the county's ap If nothing happens to the weather, Strawberries are here... March 8 & Thurs. March 11
;' proximately 125 acres. 4 t strawberry picking should be in full Margaret Ann Norman 'Bennett, who was Strawberry Queen in 1976, and ,
e Picking started earlier this-year swing for the Bradford County Fair brother Wayne Norman arrange large Sequoia berries to sell Tuesday after-
: due to the early warm weather. A and Strawberry Festival set March 31 noon. They couldn't get the berries on the car because people kept buying 7 pm American Legion Hall Edwards Rd.
hard freeze now with fruit setting and April 13. them at4)lO per flat Norman's Farm Produce.


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I I Billy Gordon Griffis, 42, Sentenced to 8 Years in Counterfit Casecharge Confidence Memory Training .

= Billy Gordon Griffis, 42, of Starke, District Court Jan. 15, 1982. against Griffis was'exchange, Gordon Griffis and he will submit to
was sentenced to two concurrent Billy G. Griffis was one of five men transfer and delivery of counterfeit drug rehabilition counseling at the Selling Your Ideas Effective Speaking
eight-year prison sentences for his in- from Starke who was charged in the money. Count one against Griffis was discretion of his probation officer. .
volvement in a counterfeit money counterfeit* ration which began an dismissed. Griffis will be confined for Ronald Griffis, nephew of Billy G. Human Relations Reduce Worry
operation in the Bradford Countyarea. investigation last July when bogus three months reporting to the Griffis, was scheduled for trial this
$100 started appearing in the area. designated institution at noon on week; however a compentency test
Griffis was found guilty of ex- March 8. Carl Griffis will remain on,, has been ordered. Pending the outcome For Reservations
chan dtTbtlsfer" and "of ," ,for three face
delivery Carl 'PeeWe Griff whom pled probation years with special. rot that test Griff is,is. to II
counterfeit'obligation: (mane guilty .to :count' two Dec 14..was conditions!pf the probation follows;" charges; for the failure to appear at a

Un !1 facksohv l f.Jlthe i jarntehdFb.2 }tse Jen, !1a h rh'i f 1I fapt rest wJt' ""hear; //tyjl for hearing* ounterfeit last December
Timothy Allen Bryan and Eddie 964-5278 or 9646931Accredited I
Civitan BloodmobileDue Special Olympics BUS Choral Concert Taylor Jackson were convicted Jan.
28 for their part in the counterfeit
March 9 at C of C Moved to March 10 Scheduled March 6 +; scheme and are tentivcly scheduledfor
Council for Education
by Noncollegiate Continuing
Bertha the bloodmobile is coming to Harsh weather Friday,Feb. 26, prompted A concert of choral music by the sentencing March 14 in U. S.
.
District Court. Their cases are one of the 5 Canwqjt Courses "presented by Dale Came I. tni(:'of N. Fie.Fortune
Starke from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, the county-wide Special Olym- Bradford High School and Bradford
March 9. ".,. pics track and field competition to be Middle School choruses is scheduledfor awaiting pre-sentence investigation.
As usual; Bertha will be parked in postponed and rescheduled to 8 p.m. Saturday, March 6 at the
front of the Chamber of Commerce at Wednesday, March 10. Bradford High School Auditorium. r;
the intersection of Madison and with events starting at 9 Featured in the program will be the \

Walnut Streets.Approximately. a.m. Wednesday. _0, Bradford Middle School Chorus, the It: \ \
40 persons donated Bradford High School Concert \
blood the last time Bertha was in Public Library Presents Chorus, Girls. Chorus, and Chamber rrr

Starke.. 0 ., ,Youth.rt. ,,Month Singers.
: ; ,'- The musical program will consist ofa
The Bradford County Public wide variety of selections ranging
Bt Library will present the art studentsof from the Renaissance to the contem-
dford Bradford High School and Middle porary choral literature. Some folk
High School celebration of songs and patriotic selections are also
BSssiiiasters Youth Art Mont with a free month included in the program. \\ '
VlL I long exhibit"opening March 8 from Admission is $1.50, children under
0 The' TJ/adfqrd t 'County Bassmasters 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Don't miss the fun 12 will be admitted free with an adult.
kicked off their February Tournament at this grand opening. The public is invited to attend. j \/4
I Saturday, Feb. 20 at Dunnellon. ",,
The start Was slightly delayed due .--
to hazardous, negotiating conditions RHYTHMIC AEROBICS
witfCheavy. fog' and submerged \ ..
stum S.*. Cardiovascular Fitness Program
Action was extremely slow for most II'. \\
Bassmasters. Total weight at weighin ': 'Classes Starting March 9, 1982 %
i was considerably low as compared
I to the club average. Only *few saw' St. Edward's Church Hail : '
,.
any action at all. vt i' ,r r checkin }
Jujn McCury took the honors of first. Tuesday & Thursday 5:45: 6:45: pm
place with 41bs ?'oz;'Donnie'Evans' ,
and Jiarry.Sheffield tied for second 8 week course $25.00 Ages: Teens & Up
place with 3 Ibs,:12 oz each, and Harry r..
Sheffield took the'big fish award. Instructor Pat Suiter. Call 473-2674 has it 01

Saturday night, June 5, the Brad- CPR Certified III' 1IIIIt-Ant ttesai
ford County'' Bassmasters will hold r+{. \
their second annual Night Bass Tour-
nament at Rodman Reservoir. This .ri:.
will be an "ooen" boat tournament. NOTICE
Action on Rodman should be fast r
and furious with good limits of fish be- Open a checking account or any Fortune
ing weighed. Make plans now. for Concerning Destruction of Court RecordsIn Federal office with a deposir of $000 or more Glonker machine washable Is 100% polyester Ir measures and 72"

future tournament information please and we will give you a handsome blanker .90"0ndhrsbohf\Jllondrwln-lIz.d I
contact Earl Muse at 964-7533 or Paul bed One blanker per accounr /
Bednar, Jr. at Tenneco, 301 N. Temple accordance with rules' adopted by the -FREE' Funds must be kept on deposit for 90days

Ave., Starke See you there! Supreme Court of Florida, the Clerk of the Courtis A Fortune checking account blankets you with supply Take lasts Offer advantage good for now a limited while
Gone Fish'n retain benefits. One of rhem is rhe beaury of our rime only Our regular 50 ftee check r
longer to court records in-
no required with Fortune
offer
Paul Bednar Jr., a Safekeeping
rainbow We don't think I will
new design. you Accouresnorvokddunngthnpromofind > ,
definitely. Certain court records presently in the /
a more arrracrive check. WriTe your checks tion exchanges please J
Azalea Sale custody of the 'Clerk ,of ,the Court of Bradford on a rainbow-only or Fortune Federal. Color choice for free blanker is limited .

Set March 13 County may, be destroyed in accordance with the
The 2nd annual azalea sale spon- 30 friendly Other benefirs are: 121 5%% interest compounded -
sored jointly by the Woman's Club of provision of the Supreme Court Rule 2.075 of the daily 0 No service charges with

Starke and the Gainesville Sun is set Rules of Judicial Administration after offices in SOOO minimum balance 0 No minimum bal

for Margie March Thomson 13, according chairman to,of Mrs.the September t16, 1982. No active court records will Florida.Over ance with qualified direct deposit 0 Insured to

Beautification Committee be destroyed. From time to time, after the above $100,000 by the F5UC 0 Simplified monthly
2,000 plants will be available this one statement 0 Easy accessibility at 00 convenient
date, additional' rt records may be destroyed
year.Last locations 121 Personal dependable service,
year the plants sold 10 for $9. under the provisions of said rule. Interested per- billion c_ dollars' backed by 4l eats of experience.
or 95 cents each.Red,white pink andpurple
blooming azaleas were sold sons may obtain a copy of the Supreme Court in assets.. For convenience beaury and interest you

last year. ,rule establishing a court records retention sk can'r beat Fortune. Come to the office nearest
The available last
were sold 1,500 in plants 55 minutes. year Schedule and providing procedures' governing It 1 { you and open your account today.I
I FORTUNE : ;;
The sale will be at the Woman'sClub -. m.t l'i''D.
the destruction records .
on Walnut Street in Starke. ", 6f4Jcourt by contacting ,
The sale Is part of the Woman's the,Clerk of.'the,Court* rcOcRflL'Savings
and Loan Association
Club Pro- ,
Community Improvement

jest.The' week the_ Woman's Club got 12 *",q Tl'r '. *.1 Gi bert.S. Brown Clerk' pped Up.
flats of annual plants grown by Diane ,
Westcott and sold them to the Rotary I Bradford County, Fl.: Starke:
Club and Kiwanis Club, to plant 095 Madison 964-5000
around businesses.



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etiTORiALS Bradford's Comprehensive Land Use::1Il/i(c/:,, ::;"'' : : "'u:1


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Let Wetlands Be Wetlands' Calls fa Preservation of'' Wetlands: ,: '::' :.'in.,:; ,i.' ,r:'jj


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At a University of Florida and brackish estuaries, to provide 1 depends',on how ihUcH w rain we;Had I
,
seminar last week, an en- marine-life nurseries and Peat mining presents a series of 'and where.' : I"" ,.'"I
t unknowns to potential users, Richard to'Nerf.'pe1bigia ciiic I
vironmental engineering con- habitat, and to, check According ;
Neff, an engineering consultant with would like to mine,about f.Ooo'p/the) ; : I
sultant for instrusion into vital
Georgia-Pacific saltwater .
Environmental Science & Engineer.ing t 5,314 a<< Corporation told the group fresh water aquifers.But Inc., of Gainesville, told a BRADFORD COUNTY /-f area would be clear cut and drained:

that peat mining presents "a seminar at the University of Florida in sections to' enable mining the
series of unknowns" to poten- now, with peat mining last week. Neff a graduate of the 12-17-foot thick''seams'offp use
and other commercial and Center for Wetlands at UF, and I '
tial peat users. project WETLAND AREAS as fuel in GP's ,Palatka pulP'J grid
t housing developments star- manager for GeorgiaPacific'sproposed paper processing\ plant: fer''the;

"We know the water quality ting to threaten wetlands in peat mining in the Santa Fe r wt w/ swamp segments, are 'clearest and

hydrology, and biology are the interior areas of the state, to Swamp be a ,consultant was explaining caught what in the U'lIlike middle ditched is for elevated drainage milled, Neffsaf,and, ground picked
going to change," Richard the need for protecting between a client's objectives and up" then later cut into pettets for'burrung -

Neff, a staff engineer with En- wetlands everywhere is regulatory laws of the county, state, in GP boilers. Once the are is
t3
vironmental Science & becoming more obvious to the and nation. 4 'L dI ; mined out in about "30 years," According
Inc. declared "We know the water quality, q'l to Neff,the swamp would remain
Engineering
general public. t
hydrology, and biology are going tochange"
surrounded, with:,marshy areas: ; n
"but the problem is determining I /
(if the swamp is mined),
This need has been previous statements to civic groups
how much they are goingto endorsed Neff said the problem is determining Starke, GP officials had placed the
change and in assigning wholeheartedly by how much they are going to
life of the swamp at "abbutb20
mining ,
values to that change so decisions Gov. Bob Graham, who successfully change and in assigning values to that yea /' ,
and change so that decisions can be made. ( ''Iit
) sponsored promoted
can be made. In meanwhile, the propped
legislation at the 1981 "Politics come into the picture in 1 I wetlands drainage and mining ,I.in

But while session to determining what mining can be done o Bradford's has attract
GeorgiaPacificand legislative provide within Neff swamp
existing regulations,
its engineers are dealing over $300,000,000 for the pur- said. statewide attention. Already the'fi, ub-
I 4 ject of programs on Jacksonville and
with "unknowns Bradford wetlandsin
chase of endangered I c Gainesville television stations;it'.wjll

County, in its ComprehensiveLand the state. The purchase of \.. ePOOKtP I also be featured in .a forthcoming:

Use Plan, adopted in the Santa Fe Swamp under Mining Presents ----, 1 ,03 ,Miami Herald article and has been

1980, is dealing with a this program has been endorsed i M INPfON the subject of news stories in the t.

"known" factor in seeking to by the Suwannee River Series of Unknowns, 0 Petersburg and Orlando daii$ .
Another Channel 5 ( )
Gainesvillep'ro-
protect the Santa Fe Swampand Water Management District, gram is also being prepared. ,
Engineer SaysExisting 'i
other wetlands from the Bradford County Commis- 1 :

development and commercial sion, and the Bradford County ,tU

exploitation. That known fac- Soil and Water Conservation regulations are admittedly SANTA FE SWAMP

tor, as stated in the Land Use District. tough, involving the issuance of per- FOR ESYR

Plan, is that the "highest and mits from more than 20 county, state,
The Governor has expressed and federal agencies. In addition to WHTLANO
best use" of wetlands is to let would J IN ItABFORD COUWfTBy.Dave
permits, peat mining require
ordinance
that
hope a new ,
them remain in their natural
the
of classifiedas
rezoning swamp now i
forth standards for .
state. setting Open Rural and would also Norton
regulating development along a 4 SANTA FE LAKE
necessitate amending Bradford Coun- = :::: County ForesterFor
The inherent environmental the Suwannee River and its ty's land use plan which takes a "s .14

value of much of Florida's tributaries, including the San strong stand for the preservation of '--

wetlands are at last being ta Fe will be enforced by the wetlands in their natural condition.
,
One of the primary objectives of the In its reports the Planning Council
recognized as an irreplaceable eleven counties in the Suwannee U.S. have shown that wetlands are t
"Wetlands '
Land Use Plan as set forth in its Con- says act as catch basins *
asset that must basin "before it is often more valuable to mankind by a I lorig-lerm investment in
River for overland
servation Element, is to "protect and surface water flow. Dur
being left in their shade, beauty and production of 4 its,
be protected for the valuable too late." The St. Johns Riveris sustain the flow of water from the ing periods of heavy precipitation, the when they are natural drained state then and it is not too late now to plant
prime
contribution to flood and already in trouble becauseof subsurface aquifer by protecting wetland basins will fill until they developed" the report continues. trees if you have'some welldranedland

drought control, as well as failure to protect wetlandsin significant aquifer recharge areas water overflow downstream, sending the into rest of the "Not only do wetlands provide going to waste. "
for
through conservationof
curbing air and water designation or adjacent habitats for both flora and fauna, Pecan trees are suitable for urban'
pollu- its basin, which arc actually agricultural uses." lakes. In this way, the wetlands func- they
tion, and providing habitat for the lifeblood of the river "The drainage of wetlands within tion like small dams by reducing the also act as natural flood control and with homesites as well as our rural afeijs
trees will
more
many wild life species.In itself. Bradford County should be preventedand total amount of water in the lower space.1'he in stale grffralmost
anywhere our
a policy which realizes that their areas of the watershed where
thereby "W
at r Quality t the soil is suitable
but do best sand
the past, the need for Hopefully, with the cooperation highest and best use as wetlands reducing the risk of floods. Converse- loam with subsoil. in"' ;1}

preserving these conservation of the eleven counties in- should be implemented," the Conser- ly during periods of drought, Hydrology andBiology' South Florida a clay I tees will not beaf'Ss
vation Element states. wetlands retain water longer than the
values has been more obvious volved the Suwannee and those where
Inert4'atecooler
many nuts as
The Land Use Plan prepared by uplands due to soil and plant condi- to Change: -
and has received more atten- Santa Fe Rivers, as well as the North Central Florida Regional tions which retard the rate of temperatures, less rainfalr1fewer d

tion in the fragile dune areas other tributaries in its basin, Planning Council, identifies the overland surface water flow and problems with disease. Even;In

and seashore marshes of will be saved from the swamp as an area with "regional evaporation. Thus during dry cleansing facilities for,storm water South few Florida home pecan trees product< nuts for but their JtnJm
Florida. This was in order to mistakes made along the. St. significance" and supports state pur- periods, wetlands act as waterholes runoff." values esthetic.use '
chase of wetlands under the En for farm animals and wildlife The report also points out that are .J
protect the state's beaches Johns. vironmental Endangered Lands pro- "Many studies conducted within the development;rwithin rthe..Santa: :"Fe r,.t11uhY the rrtl> \ .; ; LPrtnlgFIpecans !Rit1i'I ?

gram:1: State of Florida and throughout the--, Swamp may affect ground water used I' occurs'' Iurtlt1iiaaF', '" !14P1 i .r
by Gainesville's municiDal 'water lff +l1 1jl'J1j1 Jffllcl'e
treatment platJtS'-Slnte: IAeeclnnrle ii.s"ifn.u, I>UI l 1Io'.1i1: I..j1 Ut 1

I Casino Promoters Back moves in a southwesterly'grbtnltiwater direr- production. However, many door .i4d i I
AgainThey trees mil provide enough
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County Agents tion from the swamp and the City of nuis.5n
By Gainesville municipal water more southerly areas lor I he';,"; individual's
supply
and to share
use
meeting of No Casinos, Inc. Bobby wells are located about 15 miles and relatives. algafriends
Notebook southwest of the swamp, adverse ;/
don't give held at the Governor'sMansion any
up easily was
impacts on ground water supplies in Unused land on small homesteads
these promoters of casino in Tallahassee last TaylorIt's the swamp may affect ground water in rural areas can produce some extra

gambling for Florida.A week to lay groundwork for .I I. use by the Gainesville municipal income in the lull from sale j>f
the fight to preserve Florida's a r r w water system," the report states. pecans to 'local bu>'ers or-al lhe"ifn-

new effort is now being nice to start another column Fertilization can more often improve In his speech before the UF nual pecan auctions; alt i; t lie,iJradfcfd:
image family
made to bring casinos to the as a playground with how good the weather has been poor-quality lawns or maintain good- seminar last week Neff said that County Farmers'Iarkel.! 'Planting' }

entire state in spite of the fact rather than a Gold Coast Las for this time of year. We have had quality lawns than any other manage monitoring is now under way to pecan trees does not '.aep'riVe"jhe

that 1.7 million Floridians Vegas. mild temperatures, and there has ment practice. Of course, mowing measure water quality, volume, owner of of her' uses"rif'lhj 1 gfhfl.
been adequate moisture for our crops watering, thatch control, and pest flows, the aquatic ecology, soil either: some'oYehalrdiJlaPeWerto-' :
went to the polls four years We have only to look at what and plants that are growing.The control must be combined with proper permeability, and i wildlife: itt 6,the ped with beans corn, or other fruit

ago and voted against casinoson has happened in New Jerseyto mositure has also been suffi- fertilization to produce a top-quality swamp. He noted that ESE is now in and nu .(rees which set fruit before

a strip of oceanfront at see the dangers that followin cient for land preparation for our spr- lawn. the eighth month of a 12-month periodof 'the pecan trees leaf out.

Miami Beach, while only the wake of casinos.:: In spiteof ing crops. Looks like a number of new Most fertilizers are applied at a gathering data for the DRI Te i )ouW be selected or scale-
fields are being prepared for an increase rate determined by the type and (Development of Regional Impact)
687,460 voters favored great promises of benefits reststancttiL +erf as dwrardhoilTejjwne S
in vegetables like pepper, amount of nitrogen present in the statement which will be reviewed f
by In l ; rml'
or sn lr/
casinos. The that would derive to New I 'e
proposal was
squash, cucumbers and watermelon. material. Nitrogren is the nutrient North Florida Regional Planning is'mucli.
defeated in all 69 of Florida's Jersey as a result of gambl- The weather has also been ideal for most used by the grass and often is Council before it goes.to the Florida 1 lerjf) ihnlodiseasecnntrolasacouinerital I ills

counties. ing, drug pushing and other strawberries. A number of growersare the material that burns the lawn if applied Department" ,of Enviromental Regulation. : producer. Many
"
"scrapping" and production or at excessive rates. !.Bf
crime activities of
organized are
But now the casino harvest is picking up every day. We An almost universal recommendation Neff varieties ( pecan trees arc available.
promoters says he has determined iht'
booming in the Atlantic City will hit Seedlings should t>e (jbtajnp/1 I front a
have regrouped their around a peak in strawberry harvest for turfgasses is to apply one the northern part of the sWa'tnpf! ) flows'>;' reliable1 nUrV.cryntf'fisui 'f \41'' and
forces and are back again area. April 1 if we have no more pound of actual nitrogen per 1,000 toward the west, where-the nta'F'e' labiTHy'fw t\ r.1 s
;
heavy frosts or freezes. square feet of lawn, if the nitrogen is a River begins, and the'southeast I should be l ii' ; ; .
with :
a new "low key" strategy According to Camden Coun- Last part pl.. ,
we had few field t..i
year a that chemical water soluble source. If of the wetlands flows south bWara \
; mant !
for legalizing crap tables, slot ty prosecutors and government picked some early berries, but late most (greater than 50?) of the Little Lake Santa Fed"Ip': : '' theImiddl& Florida' ; penorf'dsp seedlings ,I

machines, roulette, "Twenty- agents on organized freezes delayed normal harvest until nitrogren in the fertilizer is water insoluble of the swamp," he-said;'"the- I 'otiLet's as 'late as 'Uitffh.tVMtfiKiiVirtrliltiiMto a'httrfJifli! !

one" and other forms of crime, drug sales have risen the middle of April. (I'm hoping (organic nitrogen), then the ,I ul, ,"" ... .c. 'I iN: J) 1"Jtr. ufl :.a1M
growth and -
gambling in the Sunshine The casinos harvest will continue for rate may be two or more pounds of ac 1 ; ";"'" aiM 9-iL oiUon-biiii :', :JO 9JHBJ2LettersiofiWeEffifon&
dramatically. several weeks so that your productionper tual nitrogen per 1,000 square feet. : ', ..1"0
"
State.In maintain they are doing acre will improve over recent The pounds of actual nitrogen in -'** ,.,..,.J I

1978 the casino pushers everything possible to weed years. every fertilizer can be determined by 1,1 brie iM "we Illl"I isabncia: iBmsJc"lo
out drug use their You might think that the retail dividing the percent nitrogen listed '"'' : ,
by on "/tIJ2V'1:1': :at j: financed their $3 million effort employees, gamblers, and strawberry prices are high, but our the label into 100. Investigate '!111Israel's Results of Cleanup \* H
largely with from the growers need more for their berries For .
money example, in applying soluble
other visitors but law- Lobby A$6. : ;
I plush oceanfront resort hotels some than ever before to stay in the berry nitrogen from ammonium sulfate, ? Would. Be,..RewardingYotflocallesidents

that would have been the main enforcement officials say they growing business. Costs to grow one divide 20? (the N content of ammonium Editor Telegraph I : It of Starke-'takea
beneficiaries if aren't as cooperative as they acre of berries is now between $3,000 sulfate) into 100 to find out In reply to your editorial of March look around '
voters had ..
ap- should be, and also ply their and$3,500 per acre. It also costs about the number of pounds of fertilizer that 25 concerning AWACS sale: Some'of you.have been here all .
proved game houses for the gambling patrons with free $2 to$2.50 to harvest and pack a flat of will supply one pound N. Since 100 The vengeance of those who opposed lives and you your fathers before your/ f

Gold Coast. But this year's effort strawberries.If divided by 20 equals 5, apply 5 pounds the sale of AWACS to Saudi Arabia you'll notice of the you
some downtown
alcohol. As result traffic
to woo voters will avoid a accidents a grower produces an average ammonium sulfate per 1,000 square and who were the losers, have found stores are cleaning and

the hard-sell approach of big- due to drunk driving (normal) of 1,000 flats per acre his feet of lawn.If in Steven Emerson, an avenger, who their buildings. That up is good painting but
have increased break-even would be between is comparable in to the took:
price Book
dramatically $5 applying nitrogen in a 16-4-8 fertilizer revenge at the otherstores
time and will or empty buildings
corporate giants and $C flat. Our of Esther in the Old Testament.Emerson's .
in Atlantic City over the last per growers need to and the nitrogen in the product that are really a disgrace 8'''self-}
concentrate instead on a five make some profit and deserve Is all slow-release organic nitrogen, credentials as a foreign respecting town. : ?
grassroots effort, now getting years. average prices in the $7 to $9 per flat one could apply two pounds of actual policy analyst and a former staff Some of'the' 'run-down "buildings?
under to obtain range. nitrogen. The calculation is the member of the Senate Foreign Relations have
way, There are other disadvan- same bricks, old pieces of wood and
signatures of 300,000 qualified tages. Older people in apart: as in the,first example. Divide 100 by Committee lacks credibility trash laying around 'beside them
March is the 18 ((16 is the of N. in the primarily in that his analysis was
t month that all of our percent fertilizer When I take a walk downtown have'
voters that are needed ment houses forced to biased
on peti- were
lawn ), The against selling the AWACS to,
need answer is about
grasses an application of 6. so 12 to look at this and
mess it isn't
a ; pretty
tions in order to get the casino move to make room for Complete fertilizer. A regular fertilization pounds of the 1648would supply two the Saudis and by infecting the bias of sight., 'l.i.s.J.a ,ti>

question on election ballots casinos, and prostitution program is essential for pounds of nitrogen.We fear to the public that a foreign power' And I see the improvements' 'also-

next fall. The promoters became so prevalent in the growing a healty, dense and have a good fact sheet that was shaping our foreign policy You would think'the''good 'chafes)

would like to get a double- area that police practicallygave beautiful lawn. Fertilization Is covers lawn fertilization in detail. sale Ignoring were Influenced that the opponents the (to the would inspire all of Starke td clean up
by
lobbyist of
especially important in Call or come by your County Agents the
barrelled Florida unsightly places. You'd think the
questioned before to enforce the Israel who
up trying becuase of the infertile sandy soils. office for you copy garnered enough Votes to people herd would be more''pf' UljlSlf
the voters at that time 1. a law against it.Floridians defeat the bill before presentation to their dud
heritage. If did Clean
the Senate for local its
to allow
option casinos fix
up, tourists would leave exclaiming
will be doing J f merits, and failing to acknowledge
anywhere in Florida; and, 2. that a foreign nation "What a nice little town." ..
;, permission to start up a state themselves and their state a ....,... 'Ot, in the internal affairs of was our interfering nation I am divorced and have been '
on
lottery as a revenue-raising favor if they refuse to sign any behalf of Israel. here for several years now j

gimmick. The promoters petition presented to them legraP4 The methods and strategy that the homes here are lovely; but IiV11
ap- @ of the neighborhoods i
t, need to cle
that the casino Emerson
e parently hope the pitch for a asking gambl- portrays as being used in the yards and
paint some :
the
sale of the
AWACS
ing question be placed on the and not
lottery to raise funds for the houses. Some of the
acknowledging that the
state will induce voters to approve ballot next November. What ESTABLISHED 1879 MEMBER similar tactics to opponents garner votes applied seen are not worth apa.rtments\I
will Florida profit from gain- like a nice lead '' :
casinos for defeat of ;
also. the AWACS
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER, Publlsh.sl'ubll.he4 sale Is, in childrel.
ing more visitors (including turn, their best kept secret f6r'their
But Governor Graham attracted ch Thursday. ..,.., campaign. If Surely there is something that can
many undesirables) n a Second CI. i Mo/tr at thPo.t 't we. the are to be '
; plans to rally bi-partisan here by casinos, and losing Offk at Start. Ma.. ends Art of March 3, $119Subserlpl.i '.' have a revelation, let's include the investigation think done.'Put'yopt'Get''busy and hf4dS'together clean! Starjw.-

.. leadership to oppose the many others who are now ( of the lobbyists for Israel.. Make this' a;"nicer'town up, for'yOM'
rut. In tr.d..r..s $ Par YW; $j SI* Month In conclusion, a foreign did
.1 legalized gambling issue, just brought here by our'; reputa Own Ida trada araat $ee Par Voari $5.10 Six Mooriu not Influence the AWACS power sale, but: children' 'grow,Up )ri.'?If everyone

as Governor Askew did four tion of being a family-oriented !k_'W301 S""..'lerfde American patriots did puts think his what or her the best results loot would forward betUnda JUSt
years The
ago. organization
playground. John p, PappasBox BuxtonStarke
1235. Starke
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Maria Cantu and Matthew Herres 0 4 Q 1 18th Annual Strawberry Queen



rWed. Feb. 14 in Presbyterian ChurchThe The Social Side Pageant Deadline, Draws Nearof I



the setting First for Presbyterian the wedding Church of Maria was Of TheO Two local beauties have turned In Cathy Norman, 17, is a senior at
Esmarelda Cantu to Herbert Matthew Gladys Mooty their applications to enter the 18th an Bradford High School attends Santa

Herres on Sunday, Feb. 14, at 3 nual Bradford County Strawberry Fe Community College and is
p.m. with Rev. Cliff McLeod performing Editor, Queen pageant which will be held employed by Terwillegar !Motors She
the nuptials. Saturday. March 27 in the Bradford is the daughter of the late Harold K.

The bride is the daugher of Mrs. 91Sk-7608 News High School Auditorium: Norman of Starke and Mr and Mrs.
Maria Cantu of Starke and Bruno O o Lester C Paige of Jacksonville. Miss .
Cantu of Benavides. Texas. The Norman is being sponsored by Ter-

groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. willegar Motors, Inc

(>ff Jerbert P. Herres of Starke. ,

)i jparrfed The Valentine out in the color altar scheme decorations was t World Day of Prayer Friday

3riwith two. large baskets of gladiolus

.Carnations: and mums against a Sponsored by Church Women
J b.,background of large palms, ferns and -
9rp branch candelabra.
') : Mrs. Henry Greene organist, and World Day of Prayer, an interna- God: Gathered for" Worship, Scat-
fvJoey .Herres soloist presented a program tional celebration sponsored in the tered for Service. The text was
pf nuptial music.b United States Church Women prepared by women of the Republic of
\
..' Gary Rowe of Jacksonville was best it9'ri United will be held March 5, at First Ireland and of Northern Ireland.They
..:'i plan and the ushers were Bobby Paterson United Methodist Church N. Walnut worked ecumenically at a Christian
; and Dale Traylor. Carl Peter. St., Starke. renewal center near the border of the

..lon, Jr. was ring bearer. This annual service unites millionsof two Irish states. aI'aige
1; r Mrs La tain Peterson served as people in prayer services occurringon World Day of Prayer provides
z'rhatron of honor.She wore a deep rose six continents during a 24-hour women in the United States with an
, $romantic Gatsby design gown period. occasion to participate in a nation-
J ".and carried a nosegay of silk mixed This year's theme is "People of wide offering which goes into Inter
j "':flowers accented with red rose buds. continental Grants, the process by
I"/;:; Misses Deborah Hart and Jackie which Church Women United carriesout
! pjuercado c attended as bridal attendants Rev. Mike Anderson its stewardship through grants to .: '
;'<
I and wore medium rose silk a wide variety of programs.The ; _
gowns in romantic Gatsby design."They Accepts Call For program starts at 11 a.m., -- -

I carried nosegays of silk mixed Home Mission Work followed by a covered dish luncheonin Huberts'
rflowers accented with red rose buds. the church fellowship hall.
"'" Given in marriage by her uncle Ed Mr. and Mrs. II.1M. Herres Rev. and Mrs. Mike Anderson and Paige Roberts 1 16. is a junior attending -

:;cCole the bride wore a Ivory satin and family were honored at a Fellowship Bradford High School. She is the Colin :Norman
'georgette gown with white medallion cake. Sunday evening following church ser- Sen. Charley Johns daughter of Mr. and Mrs I) C.
l face trim in a romantic Gatsby The punch table was centered witha vice at the Kingsley Lake Baptist Celebrates 77th Roberts of Starke. Miss Roberts is :Numerous': applications which have
ajflesign.. Her halo of white silk wild silver punch bowl encircled with ivy Church sponsored by Carl Hurst's Shell Ser been picked up arc still out Junior
;,toses: secured her single tier veil. She and white silk roses. Rev. Anderson, who has been Birthday Over WeekendSen. vice. Women club members urge all girls

''[carried a bouquet of silk mixed Assisting in serving were Mrs. Ben pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Charley E. Johns, who was 77 still holding on to their applications to
.'flowers accented with red rose buds. Moxley Mrs. Tommy Paulk Mrs. Church the past three years has accepted years old on Feb. 27 celebrated the occasion Teena Norman return them with a snapshot) to :Mil
A reception was held in the church H.M. Cowart and Mrs. Douglas the call for Home Mission with three parties over the chell's Drug Store as. soon as possible
Fellowship Hall where Mrs. A.J. Marsh. Work In Lawrenceville, N.Y. wherehe weekend. Shower HonoreeMiss Any girl still considering runningfor /

Eaves, director greeted the guests at Following a wedding trip in central will be a pastor beginning next The first party was last Friday Teena Norman bride-elect of the Strawberry Quern pageant
the door and presented them to the Florida including Busch Gardens the Sunday. when the Community Bank gave a Carlton Faulk was honored at a may. pick up application forms in/ he(
receiving line composed of the bride couple is residing at 122 S. ThompsonSt. During the Fellowship the party for Sen. Johns at the bank. On lingerie shower Thursday, Feb. 25. at office at Bradford High School i III' atMitchell's
=and groom bridal party, the bride's .. Starke. members of the church presentedRev. Saturday Sen. and Mrs. Johns Mr. the Nicula residence in Lawtey with Drug Store
mother and parents of the groom. The bride is a 1979 graduate of Atlee Anderson with a love offering and Mrs. Jerome Johns Mr. and Mrs. Vickie Nicula !Mrs. Octavian Nicula.; Remember the deadline for applications -
,.J boOk. and is presently employed at Pantry presented him with several gag gifts. (Frank Williams and son. !Mark hostesses.The applicators in.
On the bride's table was a three tier Pride. Refreshments were served duringthe celebrated the occasion at Cedar refreshment table was covered If you have any questions in regardto
wedding cake decorated in the Valenitine ( The groom is a 1976 graduate of evening. Keys On Sunday Sen. and Mrs. with a white linen cloth and centered the pageant. !, please call. contestant
theme and an arrangement of Bradford High School and is presently Johns Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johns and with an arrangement of lavender silk chairpersons. Iva Jean ll.irrrll
white and red carnations and red employed by the Florida State Prisonin daughter Mr. and Mrs. James Cash flowers. !%;4-lilHli; or Por.ihitchad !'K>4 IT.I-; :

:; .roses. Mrs. Richard Pennell cut theni Raiford. Mrs. AI Kay Carlisle and family of Orlando and Mr. ar.d The 22 guests attending between

Honoree Mrs. Jerome Johns celebrated the occasion 7:30: and 9 p.m. included the bride-
Birthday
Starke Woman's Club The George Roberts Jr. with dinner at Western Steer elect's mother. !Mrs. L.M. Norman; Mrs. Ola Mae Sapp
Thursday night following the Steak House. Jr., grandmother, Mrs. L.M. Norman -
!YTb Have Interior Have Dinner PartyMr. regular dance of the Strawberry Swingers Sr., the prospective groom's Celebrates 70th

'I" Decorator Speaker and Mrs. George Roberts. Jr. Mrs. AI Kay Carlisle was mother. Mrs. L.A. Johns of Jacksonville BirthdayThe
Girl Scouts Give
dinner Thurs- honored at a surprise birthday party
t*'>. entertained at a party grandmother !Mrs. Maxie
finny" Stein, interior decorator day night, Feb. 25, 1982, at their homeon at the home of Mrs. A.J. Barry with Program For Carter Sr. of Kingsley Lake, his family of !Mrs. Ola :Mae Sapp
,,from Jacksonville will be guest Bessent Road. approximately 30 attending. Delta sister Jeanie Faulk and Teena's entertained at a surprise birthday
speaker at the Starke Woman's Clubuncheonmeeting The guests arrived at 6:30: p.m. and A white and lilac color theme was Alpha Kappa sister Selina Norman.; party dinner for her Friday night at
Wednesday March dinner was served at 7. carried out in the cake and decora- Mrs U.S. Mullins' Girl Scout troop The hostesses presented the the Western Steer Steak (House !MrsW.B
,.I-fOtit'! 12 noon at the club house. Honored guests were Mr. and Mrs. tions. Centering the table was an arrangement put on a skit of the history of girl honoree with a pajama set for bride Mundy was in charge of urrangements
.'Mrs. Stine, who is married to Bob Smith of Hampton Mr. and Mrs. of lavender and white scouting at the Alpha Delta Kappa and groom as a memento of the occa .
-Ronald! Stine, has two children; she Steve Simmons of Crosby Lake daisies and purple statice balanced teaching sorority meeting which met sion. The dining table was highlightedwith !
graduated with high honors from the Estates Mr. and Mrs. Dennis bv white candles in violet holders. Monday night in St. Mark's Parish a birthday cake on a silver tray
University of Florida in 1969 with a Crawford of Kingsley Lake and Mr. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and encircled with pink azaleas

1 Bachelor of Arts Degree in Interior and Mrs. Vernon Silcox of Starke. Mrs. Nick Susskin Mr. and Mrs. Hall.Mrs.. Jeannie Loper president The Those attending were her two sons
Design, College of Architecture. She Johnny Robertsn and Miss Shelly presided over the business meeting. J.E. Strubes Charles Edward and John Bonnie
':ill a professional member of the Meyer of Gainesville and Mr and Hostesses were Lavon Drivas, Bill Dinner Hosts Sapp and family Susan and Kim and
'American Society of Interior Design: Mrs. Les Smith of Penney Farms. Sinclair, Agnes Ferguson and Mrs. Victor Griffis and husband and l
Loretta Beasley, Mary !Mr and Mrs. J.":. Strulic of
'teaches Jacksonville assisted ,
Interior Design at by son
Mrs. Barry was Mary Ann Kyle. son Jerrod: two sistl'rsIrs: Charley
University and their home has Timmy SaxonTo'wed'Morch'5' Drew and Shelly Meyer. Keystone Heights Were dinner hosts Bostick and husband and :Mrs Paul l
1''been1 featured four times in Southern ".";."'" ..... ,. .. "'I .. .. Friday night. Fob 2i, at the Western Castor of Gainesville; four brothers '

'Living Magazine. .",.k.jiu/. ''ru'i.j: >); .{f/'l" ,,' ... BHS Class of '77 Steer Steak House for their son. Jack Mr. and !Mrs. Don Alvurox! and
*'. Hosl&sbl Vlll'be'MH/'kl' / ''d ''tfl- ,.,Xhe weddiagi ofslMjasruLaretta and fiancee Barbara V.ilmski after
Kay. ( .. daughter: Lisa. Mr and !Mrs Harold/
I"ste.'chatrmaif' ; MrsTA! ;' :Barry.' Mrs!. Beasley,-daughter''Mr.-end 1\11'9. Stephanie O'Steefl- Planning Meeting the couple's wedding rehearsal. Alvarez of SI.trkl'II'! and :AirsAlarkleo I
''Frank Brown Mrs. Brady Collins Harvey Starling, Starke and Timmy Places in Florida The class of 1977 will have a Centering the head (able of the : Alvarez and I.Ul'i.1I1I'al'l'l
""Mrs. Raymond Howe Dr. Florence Saxon son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward meeting Monday, March 8 at 7 p.m. to U-shaped table was an arrangementof ot HIIford nephews Cliltonl M.it
[Jennings Mrs. A.R. McRae, Mrs. Saxon of Hampton will be an event of U.S.G.F. Sectionals decide if there will be a five year reu burgundy, pink and white carnations thews of Gnine.sMllo.! and Mrs
';G.B. Spry Mrs. Herbert Thomas and Friday, March 5, at 8 p.m. in the Mr. and Mrs. Gary O'Steen nion. mums and baby's breath with Gregg; Alvarez and :Air and :.Mrs .Inn/
Starke Church of God with a reception This will be held in burning candles in the middle Thl'sidE.
Mrs. O.A. Wiggins. Richard & Stephanie spent the meeting room my Alvarez. Others ...lIl'ndll1g1'1'1'
.* in the Fellowship Hall. the North end of the Math- > tables held a garland of ivy interspersed .
< > following weekend in Orlando where Stephanie 1812 at :.Mrs. Grace; Kelly of Kailord 1 and Miami
V.' All friends and relatives are invitedto competed in the Florida U.S.G.F. Sec Science building at Bradford High head table with unite candles At the :Airs Guy Sale. of Kingslc-v I Lake,
were place cards along
attend. tional Gymnastic Meet 23 Gymnastic School. You are requested to use the A box of
ith small candy was presented InAirs.
M of
1Women arrangements burgundy
; of St. Marks north entrance. Your interest at this
schools competed in the Class III and pink (lowers at each place Sl.j. Sapp as n memento of the occasion. 1
I'To Meet Tuesday Meet. meeting will determine if we are going .
.. Madison Street Stephanie competed in Compulsoryand to have a five year reunion. ting.The
gl
'l; 27 guests attending included
Women of St. Mark's Episcopal
,,) Optional Routines. She placed ..........
t't-hurchwill, meet Tuesday, March 9, Church News first on balance beam, second on Keystone JayceesTo the families wedding and out-of-town part immediate. Did You Know.

:(?47r10,p.1'! in the Parish House.hnr vault, third on floor exercise, and Meet March 9 gucsls
Air. and Airs.: M: K Judd last
h Last Thursday night the youth held fourth in all around with a total score The spent
r91n1 Keystone Heights Jaycees week in Fort :AI>ers.arruill.i
their Bible Study at the homeof of
weekly 65.65. sponsored by the Starke Jaycees will Emory Prevatt, III :Naples': and Everglades; City.
wyIuu Rev. and Mrs. Robert Gillis. The Stephanie did a double full in her
How to Iden- floor Her coach hold an organizational meeting Celebrates 8th
topic for the study was optional exercise.
: 1n b rn March 9, at K p.m. at the Western Priscilla Jackson celebrated! J her
that attendedwere Kevin Brown of Brown's
with Christ. Those Gymnasticsin
tify Birthday hirthrl.iv \
12th la.l t
Steer Steakhouse for the h'ridataiteuionn
: Mary Richardson, Robin Gainesville, said to his knowledge purpose ni "with a' ; ; :i
witli
? generating interest in the pi//a eight I gotfriends.
S'; group. :Mr. and :Mrs. Emory l're\all. Jr. party
,.n Yeager; Monica Maslowski, Bobby she is the first girl to ever attemptthis .
,, The is
public cordially invited to attend entertained (heir : I Ill I I with
and son. Emory.
Epps Angela Epps, Denise Weir, move in the State of Florida at the
lk,101lno ) ,. and join the KH! Ja\cees. il i surprise birthday oii Feb. :.1 ulShow '
Lisa Lawson.orrFriday Class III Level. !party Wane Henley of Advance. :\ I
". "GII..oj'. q eJC afternoon six of the ladies of Hut I'll.Plan'( in Ih aoge! und Bob Hunt of 1 Dallas Texas were
.9ldclu.ran our,Baptist Young Women attended a Junior Woman's Club Clothing Needed For Park. Sunday to Wednesday quests ol :Mr
n / I hQ" The 17 the
pa 01\ Mlc rael'Clance retreat field at Lake Yale Baptist guests enjoyed stage und :Airs Jerome Johns
'Mlcnaeland-it'JJ' Alice Glance are proud Assembly..They.bad a time of study. To Meet MondayThe Family of House Fire shows with Billy Bob, presenting

'raMnnouHce: the birth of their sonYaitFhael ing how missionaries work in foreign Woman's Club will meet Clothing is needed for the Wadell record Emory; with a birthday tht. cake and a Bob Wilson and :flay Hohannon/ ot
to remember
1.born Feb. 20 at River'Sidf countries telling about the love ofChrist.'It Monday night, March 8. at 7:30:: p.m. Mitchell Jr. family of Keystone Pizza, cake and I occasion' Tampa and 1\lr and !Airs I hirry Poole
\ : also' tune of listening jtanlt'st.I'{ enjoyed
\ Hbspital. Jacksonville. was a
in
the club house with Dora Heights, whose home was destroyedby by all. of Gainesville were Sunday guests ot
Maternal grandparents are,Mr.and ideas BYW groups and gaining Whitehead and Paula Register as fire this week. Air and :Airs J": (Hardy
Mrs. William F. Atwood Sr. of : to bring back and use in their hostesses.Did Sizes needed are mens size 36 pants

Starke. Great-grandmothers are Mrs. own group at church. and large ,shins: womans size 16
Onie Thornton of Starke Mrs.4ConnieAtwood Those that made the trip were: You Know........... pants and large blouses; girls size
ip...Jack () and;-4,i \ }J l L Clairhell: Branham, Ghenna Morgan, slim, but tall; boy, age two. USDA Beef Sale
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Shirley Gillis, JoAnn Denmark, Jimmy Miller of Jacksonville Please bring to the home of Lilly
Ramona Jordan, and Julia Rippl- visited his grandparents Mr. and :
Mrs. Martin S. Glance of Keystone Fisher, Lincoln City, Starke, or phone
inger. Mrs. George Miller on Sunday J64-8060. Chuck Roast t or
Heights. ; to I It -169498 /
Saturday, night the youth had a i
Trevor Wllllairt Gag night of'Bowling in Gainesville. The ', Chuck Steak, t

,, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Gay of leader of our youth. Denny Hildebranhas II
? Boneless Chuck
Starke announce the Dirth of a son, been doing a great job and our -
.Trevor William born Feb. 15 in youth enjoys all of the activities that 1i or Steak I Lb.tl
1 Alachua General Hospital. He joins a are planned for them. The youth that

., rather Daryn,age 5 and sister, Gen- attended were Larry Nazworth Chad r Fresh
..ryage3. Mullins, Greg Nazworth, Tricia {' ifii: 139
Lawson Dale Brown Kristin Alday, Ground Beef.i "
;;; Paternal grandparents are Mr. and e e ,,. Lb.
dn. Harold Gay of Starke. Maternal Angela Epps, Gary Wise, Barry Warren
z of Bobby Epps Mary Richardson, +. r 'p-
andmother is Mrs. Alene Dixon ,
tarke. Maternal great-grandmother Robin Yeager Denise Weir Monica I
Mrs. Essie Thagard of Starke., Maslowski, and Monic Huntley Cindy I Boston Shoulder "
zH.,i Lawson and Danny Hildebran were Butt Pork /

bnm .. Amanda Louise Welch chaperons for the evening. / tl
This Friday night the youth will be i
9v'Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Welch of PICNIC
Whole or Sliced
meeting at the Madison Street Church
.Starke announce the adoption of(a
fellowship hall at 7 p.m. to begin a REASON #2: Free brochure
daughter, Amanda Louise, born
March 30. 1979. She joins two discipleship weekend. They will be about the new tax laws. t" 119 99C \
spending the night at the church and )
Brothers. Rick and Chad. I .
activities will conclude at 12:00 Satur .
Maternal are Mr. and : If the recent tax law changes have you confused :
!SUrs.,T.R. (Brian grandparents! of Starke. Paternal day. Some of the activities for the two we can help. H&R Block is offering a free brochureon Red Hot i
andparenU are Mr. and Mrs Lewis day event are:' Seminars on prayer, the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 We'll c
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< worship, and Bible study; a movie on show how you can benefit from the new tax yy
L i,,elchof. Madison. television viewing;? a question and changes t SAUSAGE .. . .. . .
.m, answer period ; several I open \ Smoked
.Erin Layne Elliott assemblies recreation, and dev. "
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Elliott of VISA H&R BLOCK |1 .69 Lb.t

i j iai/ord announce the birth of a son .tions.Anyone in grades seven through 12' THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE / Knuckled Bones . . . . . '

rIn Layne. born Feb. 7 in Alachua is invited to attend. Bring with you a Turkey Necks
sral Hospital., He joins a sister pillow blankets, sleeping bags, and a 17 reasons. One smart decision.New or ( 49*

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Repeat Vows .Jan. 30 in Inverness addition to Norton, the pastor, ; coming from the Southern
WTLG, the new noncommercialstereo l' Sunday at 8:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and :
Ben Bryant; the minister of( Baptist Radio and Television Com =
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Miss Janet Lee Bicker, daughter of Starke. will be dedicated at such from the congregation will Crossroads, The Baptist Hour =
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Sunday evening service, 730; p.m., in Trading. Any items for the "'' t 5,000 watts, .the Bitjle, Sounds of the Centuryrnen
and Rex Siemer, son of Mr. tbe church. The is invited. Billboard announcement nearly ,.
and Mrs. Otto Siemer of Starke were' of public munity maybe heard over an area Master Control, and Powerline. I
After and
a planning work should be submitted in
year ,
gram 50-60 mile radius of Starke. A complete schedule of times when
united in marriage Jan. 30, at II a.m.in a
the station, whose call letters stand to WTLG in care of the church.
the First Presbyterian Church In styles of Christian music are 'programs are aired can be(Obtained
for "Worship the Lord With invited to submit
Inverness with Rev. Ralph Hoffman Gladness," was heard on the airwaysfor I special churches activities are in writing to on the' station, with several pro- by writing or calling WTLG, ,946562. sanow.

performing the nuptials. the first time Sunday, Feb. 21. for airing on "The Church __ _a___ jd, You f( -----.-- Ei
Two large Boston ferns highlightedthe Located at 88.3 on the FM dial, the According to the station's
altar and a large Boston fern was station is Reddish, Barbara Kirkland Mr and Mrs.'Allen Harrison of FortLauderdale a
Christian
broadcasting Maxie Norton, the
at the entrance of the church. engineer Jennell' Dyal attended Brooks weekend of a
were guests
music worship services, and public applied to the FCC for
first a
Show last
The church organist presented a service 45 hours Sunday to Monday Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison.v .:
programming struction permit in November jss
of music. per Sheraton Hotel in Jacksonville.. .d(
program nuptial i
week. Broadcasting hours are: and received it 13 months later. J
Nelson Green of Starke attended as Monday Thursday, 4 toe pm.; struction of the 150-foot, tower, and Methodist Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins were" ,
School class
best man. Ushers were Mark Bicker Sunday camping at Anastasia State .Park in + 3St.
rt Friday-Saturday, 4-10 and Sun transmitting and studio
p.m.; room .
brother of the bride and Mark a birthday lunch last Friday for '
$ days, 8 a.m. to 9:30: p.m. All servicesat on the third floor of the church Harold Augustine last week. :p gj
at Ravines
McKinley
Pat ,
brother-In-law of the
ray groom.
the church will be broadcast each In '
!Mrs. Janet Bicker attended her plex began would have February 1981. the Club In Middleburg. Beverly McGee ran in the 10K Blue h S3
daughter as matron of honor. She "We completed Gray Olustee race in Lake Cityn"\ "_'
wore a pink chiffon long gown accented .. tion technical much sooner except that for C.C. Hoope of Orlando arrives Saturday, Feb. 2o.where she placed, ?-rs
with pink silk. She carried a '. ". said.problems to visit her sisters Mrs. O.L. sixth in her age group. A' J5:
Norton ,
basket of pink and burgundy silk and Mrs. J.W. Kincaid.
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flow! ers. Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green and family
Bridal attendants were Misses kwJ Did You Know. .. .. .... Janet Turner had a birthday of Tallahassee will spend the :a
Michelle Jacob of Inverness and last Friday night for her weekend with his mother, Mrs. Lex :0;:!
Al)'ssa Pieser of Gainesville. They Claire Turner of Jackson Green and family. s5j
wore matching; burgundy old fashioned Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper have Out-of-town guests were Brant ..*.
lace and silk long gowns and carried A. as visitors Mr. and Mrs. Cecil and Karen Burchette of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders spent S
baskets of silk flowers. of Durham, N.C. last week and Vicky Turner and Paul I last Wednesday to Saturday in St :::
The bride, given in marriage by her Jean Cooper of Ocala on Sunday of West Palm Beach and Kay \Augustine. '
father, wore an old fashioned long, Monday. of Jacksonville! ISi

off-the-shoulder gown with a soft lace r __. --- ,,- ,- a---i --- n r::?:
bodice and double shear sleeves. The -
bottom of the dress was full chiffon. Mr. and Mrs. Ilex Siemer Mrs. W.H. Thomson, Mrs. '
She wore a lacy hat with a long 10 foot Griffin, Miss Lillian Stump and 7
veil and carried a cascade of silk J.M. Blackshear visited Mr. and ) The Steakman

(lowers mounted on a fan. bride's aunt, Janice Pierce and Laura Fred Thomson in Tallahassee .n'I'o .p. -<. I
,\ reception was held in the church Wiloby the weekend and attended \, .
Fellowship Hall. The bride's parents Following a wedding trip to Disney Lawrence Welk Show Monday / Does It Again
greeted! I he guests at the door and World, the couple is residing at (MKJ: celebrating Mrs. Blackshear's .' :-

standing in the receiving line were the Pratt Street Starke. day. '- ...\... '
bride and /groom their parents and The bride is employed Industrial : I

gl'andpan..lts. Janice I'lei.iand Sciences, Inc. and is a student at U of .. Mrs. Barbara Nail of Kingsley ...;..; ::3 i
Uuira Wiloby kept the bride's Iwmk F. .... JK' i tom attended a birthday party for :

The bridesmaid, b."II" > The groom is employed at the Terna Lee Norman grandson'( Corey Phillip Nail who .-...
Rowers flanked the wedding 'ake. Reception Medical Center in Lake Carllon Kaulk three years old on Friday, Feb. 26 J L
The bride and groom cut the cake Butler where he is correction officer Orange Park. Corey is the son of 't -
with a knife given to them by the he is an officer candidate of the Army David and Wendy Nail, also of (
hnde's grandparents National Guard and a member of the Teena Lee Norman Park.
Assisting were :Mrs. Justice, the local !Masonic Lodge. Carlton FaulkTo J j

Wed 9Mr. Christopher Hindle of -, \:
April is visiting his grandparents, Dr.
I Hampton Hilitesby and !Mrs. L.M. Norman, Jr. of Mrs. D.W. Whiffen this week and M
Starke announce the engagement and visited Disney World on
approaching marriage of their v'1'b
daughter, Teena Lee to Carlton W. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wiggins u I Ih
Dolores Meng Lawrence and Teresa Meng. She was Faulk, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Johns family of Jacksonville were '
Phone: .168-1915 four years old. and Wallace Faulk of Jacksonville guests of his mother, Mrs. Orie
\\Oman's Club Benefit Dinner Teresa Bauldree celebrated her birthday and grandson of !Mr and !Mrs Maxie gins.. o G. w
on Feb. 21. -
The Hampton Woman's Club is Carter, Sr. of Kingsley Lake. F \ ZetaiUCe
Carolyn Hunter celebrated her birthday
The wedding is for
planned April 9 to
sponsoring a spaghetti dinner on French
Feb. 24.Ilainplon '
Saturday March 13, at the City Hall. Elementary School at Starke.8 p.m. in the First Baptist Church, Attending the district four Arts w.\:t es "" .. w::
Serving for seated in or take out dinners Class Trip Crafts show at the Orange [' & \C\\
will begin at 4 p.m. and continue On Feb. 24 the sixth and seventh Woman's Club last Thursday .comaSand'J&1U" & WoLLgLL

until 7 p.m. grade students traveled by bus to Did You Know. . . Mrs. L.H. Jennings !Mrs. F.J. \.
Proceeds or donations for this event Lake City Community College There Mrs. J.W. Griffin, Mrs. W.H
will go for Irie John Hamilton, Jr., the they enjoyed a play sponsored by college Guy Andrews and Rev and Mrs. son, Mrs. L.T. Young, Mrs.
Uiwtey youth, who has been stricken professionals on the life of SusanB. Cliff !McLeod, Jr. returned last Thurs- Brown and Mrs. Lester Ruud. .-
with cancer. Anthony. day after attending a mutual mission
Dinner prices are $2 for adults and Before the production they enjoyed program in Jamaica for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller -
$1 50 for children. Besides the strolling along trails trying to identify Mr. and Mrs Ogden Eates I
spaghetti with meat sauce, tossed various trees and other foliage. They Mr and Mrs. H.A. Lawson spent Jacksonville and Mr. and !Mrs. ( (
will salad.be garlic bread drink and dessert took packed lunches which were en- the weekend oyster fishing with !Mr. Tilley in Orange Park on SundayMrs.
provided Please plan now to joyed outdoors. and Mrs Bill Morar and daughter.
.support this worthy cause! Their teachers, Jim Lewis and San- Katie in the Gulf at Panama City. Bettie Mizelle visited her
Senior Citizens di Sanders accompanied them on the and daughter-in-law, Mr. and !\ 11DDU3 1l1B ($ ($ ($ I

will The hold Hampton their Senior Citizens Club trip. ._ ', ,. .Mr. and 1\lrs.Jim Womack and Mr-..r.,.'Dan, McKinney io.JNlers.hon, .,,. __
meeting Friday March and Mrs. Morris Williams; wereni f the"weekend! ., .., ... ..
"> 1212 N. Temple. Ave..Starke- FLorida .
5. at 2 p m. in the City Hall"i- '. .? I..", Recent Birthdays. s.; 'Tampa'SundaY' to'Tuesday.6riait* .. AM : : .1't' < 964-6567- -

Bookmobile Feb. 12: Mike Woodfi'n and Jirrt week on business and pleasure: ." IA.- .. .
The Bradford County Bookmobileserves Lewis. .-
the Hampton area every Tues Feb. 16: Claudette Frees. Mrs "
Maxie Carter, Jr., !Mrs LlI- 1
day from 12:30: until 2:30.: All ages are Feb. 21: Stanley Varnum was six. cian Johns of Jacksonville, and !Mrs.
accomodated. Feb. 23: Robert !Moorhead was 12, I Ia
:Maxie Carter. Sr spent Sunday and

and !Mrs.VisitorsMr !Martin Johnny. Feb. 24 Ford Aimee was 10. :Monday in Tampa Sunday evening,
and
Hodges
Meng : was 9. Judy Special for
I hey attended services at the FirstBaplit.1 gifts everyone's Easter
daughter Amanda, visited her Cowger ws 13. Church ane.Ionday: were luncheon -
parents !Mr and !Mrs. Will Stinson at Feb. 28: David Roberts celebratedhis
of :Mrs.
guests Roger Vaughn.
Mt Verde over the weekend. 8th.
Birthdays March 1: Patricia Rhoden was 12.

Angela Renie !Meng was honored Sun- March 2: Jerry Loiacano was 11, Mrs. 11.II. :McLendon of Orlando, Share a little Easter fun A gift of lasting
day. Feb. 28 with a party given by Ruth Paladino celebrated too. formerly of Starke, is a patient in :

room 7-n; al Orange Gl'neraillospilal Hallmark has created some delightful little

Girl Scout News by Care olyn Eaves !a as:fall a result at her of home a broken Sunday hip night.received! !Mrs in surprises for Easter, like this "Happy Easter"mini inspiration ,-.1'J

McLendon underwent surgery puzzle, just $2.50. And you can light up ,i Hallmark plaques have a spedal message that

Senior Planning Board of Gateway Special thanks to those making the tV'ednesday someone's spring with an adorable candle will bring joy throughout the years. Select theJUv\ .
Girl Scout Council met in Starke at day a sucess, Laurie !Mullins, Carol miniature, just $1.50 each. "
---- "Alleluia! plaque, $7.50, loves ""
or "Jesus !
the First United Methodist Church in O'Steen, recipes by Alisha Homnch me'S,
January and flowers by Wilson's.Congratulations :.Macedonia Baptist Church mini plaque, just $4.00 f

Senior Troop 669( hosted the event, to Hampton Hampton i.

served an oriental dinner and made straight A student Danielle Kersey Sunday School 10 a.m. ; morning .- -
fortune cookies for the guests. Danielle, a first grader, is the worship at U a.m. with the Rev ,., .. \ .
Greeting everyone at the door was daughter of Brownie leader Betsy :Sylvester Bright speaking; afternoon
Nadine Green in a Japanese costume.A Hersey. worship service at 3 p.m. with the \'
highlight of the meeting was the Also congratulations to Julee Wise Rev. J.B. Richardson, pastor. The
awarding of the Gold Award. Receiving of Senior Troop 669 who was among I public is invited.Hlaiikensliip.
the highest award in Girl Scoutingwas the straight A students at BUS for the .':'.1.jo
Sheri Carlton of Jacksonville.The third six weeks period. ,
Gold Award has been awarded Brownie Troop 21 of Brooker enjoyed J on Duty
very sparingly since its inception. an onion hike around the school 1 In Western Pacific ,,
Congratulations Sheri. grounds last week. These Brownies
the have :Marine Lance Cpl. Randolph H. jUW.'l.'
During program Mike Arlingtonof completed the requirements for .
the Starke Recreation Department their Brownie "B" patches. Con- 'Blankenship, son of Gerald and
gave a demonstration of self defensefor gratulations. Leaders of that troop Murley Blankenship of Slarke. '
I recently departed for
women. are Andrea Waterhouse and Carmen an extensive
Another special treat for Starkewas Eaves. i j MX-month deployment to the Western
to have Gerri Boyce show her Junior I'acitic
Troop 31 and Cadette Troop I I
('p. Blankenship is member of
slides from India. Gerri was selectedfor 520 are planning a trip to Savannah i a I
Battalion
an opportunity last year, when Ga. to visit the home of the founder of Landing Team 1/8 34th I
represented Gateway in India in Oc Girl Scouts, Juliette Low. j Marine Amphibious Unit MAIM.( : I. -- '
Camp Lejeune, N C. The 31thIAU! is -
tober. Gerri was a Starke resident Gateway Council will celebrate Girl

during Among her the Brownie 70 attending years. were Ex- Scout"They 70th Called birthday Her Daisy"with. a Everyone musical ;assault t(asked for with forces those providing and forces.the quick air support reaction required The thoughtful gift for A treasured Easterremembrance I

ecutive Director Nancy Adams, is invited and I have extra tickets for
Board of Directors President the afternoon The 1,8H( ) Marines and sailors forming
performance !March 21, thoughtful
i people
i the
nucleus of the :34th MAU
Elizabeth McCoy and Field Director at the Jacksonville Civic Auditorium are
Gwen Whittington. The tickets are $4. embarked aboard ships specially Fresh I
designed to transport combat person- new springtime writing paper designs by Hallmark artists and writers have created some

-- .&.........- ---..--- -- II nel. Hallmark are gifts- everyone. annroritoe. ----- --. -Bult"rflv-.--.... ,,..,,... .........._.... I I-. I.. ,1.._. __'_1..__,_ .L ._. _"
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and 15 coordinated envelopes, $4.25. Fold-up someone.spedal this Easter with the of
gift a
Bradford Square Style Shop Postalettes with butterfly seals, $2.95. Hallmark book From $2.50'to $5.50.

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Rallying from behind 6-1 the Tor- Bradford field games; with the opponents walked 17 times and struck out just can just work a little more on his control said. "Gainesville started making the dII
nado baseball team of Bradford High being Gainesville High for a 10. That's the big statistic as far as he'll help us." mistakes."
pushed its record to 3-1 with a 7-6 win rematch Saturday March 6, at 2 I'm concerned." Tied 6-6 heading into the bottom of Norman was 2-for-3 with 3 RBIs in- .- ".
over Gainesville High in the Palatka ; St. Augustine Thursday night Three errors and a handful of men- the sixth BHS won the game in, cluding the game-winner, to lead BHS
baseball tournament last week. March 11, at 7:30; and Palatka Friday tal mistakes that didn't show up in the dramatic fashion. Pinch-hitter at the plate. Allen and Carver were
The comeback victory was just night, March 12. at 7:30.: boxscore hurt GHS as BIIS scored a Robert Carver layed down perfect both 1-1 and Scott Hudson was 1-2 with :Ir
what BHS needed after an 11-0 loss to Despite the fact that number one run in the third, two in both the fourth bunt single and took second when the 3 runs and 2 steals. r!
Bolles in the tourney's first round pitcher Scott Allen pulled a hamstringin and fifth, and the game-winner in the GHS third baseman fired the ball past oil
hopes Bradford coach Mike Hartley."I the GHS game and may miss a few sixth to top the 'Canes. While BHS first Clayton Norman stepped to the Hartley said he plans to pitch '1't'
just wish we had some games right starts Hartley was wearing a smile as was chipping away at the Hurricane plate and delivered a single over the Fender against Baker County and -, '
after this one because coming back he started practice this week "We advantage Fender, a sophomore shortstop's head. Gainesville's left then possibly come back with
like that really picked us up." did a good job. Richie (Fender) pitched righthander was holding the GHS fielder fielded the ball cleanly but freshman Gerald Brown against GHS Allk .
The consolation rounds of the a super game over the last four in bats in check, allowing just one hit Carver who was sent all the way by Saturday. I'
tourney were canceled so BUS ended nings. And even though we only had 6 and 4 walks in the last 4 innings after Hartley, beat the throw to the plate to "!f I can throw them and get them "" 1.' (
up tied for fifth in the eightteamevent. hits we just struck out twice. We're coming on for Jimmy Diggs. Hartley give the Tornadoes their 7-6 margin. the experience I'll do it," Hartley said
not killing the ball but we're making said even Diggs didn't pitch badly GHS went down quietly in the top of of his young pitchers. Sophomore Hurler...

Now back on the regular season contact. If we keep on making contact despite allowing 6 runs "Only 3,,of the seventh, '1-2-3, and the win was Richie Fender came on to pitch,:!
trail after a week off BHS plays Baker the other team s going to make those were earned" the BIIS coach Bradford's. ... ". ISO 000 0.. 4 4 I 'strong innings against GUS last week,
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County at 4 p.m. in Macclenny Friday mistakes. That's just what happened pointed out. "Jimmy was throwing "1 just felt the momentum swith W- rondof(2.0)). 101 in 4 | 4 I taking the pitching win to raise his(
and returns home for three straight against Gainesville. So far we've veil he had a good curveball. If we after the second inning," HartleyThe it-Marl ((0)). |record to 20. :

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a quick and quiet exit from games for the summer and I'd have Gainesville Eastside won the 5AAAtourney
last weekend's District 5-AAA basket- five or six people at half the games. with a surprisingly lopsided
s ball tournament. The 82-28 loss Last summer before I scheduled any 78-60 win over Live Oak-Suwannee but
against Buchholz put to sleep an games I told them I needed bodies the Rams were knocked off 74-60'at
agonizing 0-23 season for BHS and down there before I was going to start Ocala Vanguard ((26.8) in Regionajs
Coach Mike Sexton. playing anybody else. We ended up Tuesday night. Eastside finished the
For Sexton and he hopes a bunch of with only Kevin Howe and Eddie season 26-5 while Vanguard moves on
dedicated players the start back Thompkins down there consistently.I'd to Saturday night's Sectional round,
from the bottom starts Monday. Yes, be down there two nights a week where it will visit Osceola-
lip this coming Monday. Monday, March and have just two or three kids." Kissimmee a 69-63! winner over Tam-
8. With five seniors graduating, including pa Catholic in double-overtime Tuesday -
Just over a week after the 1982 Howe and Thompkins who .
season came to a halt the Tornadoeswill ranked 1-2 in both scoring and reboun-

start to work to put the brakes on ding, the outlook is bleak for next Final Stat's:
what will be a 26-game losing skein year. But Sexton says hard work can
odds. Asked how For the year Eddie Thompkins led l
longit
when next year's 82.83 season un overcome long
; ; .; folds."We're. will take to turn BHS from a loser BHS in all three major categories::
to start into a contender Sexton said "Two scoring rebounding and assists 7-
_.. going working on
the basic fundamentals and try to years. If the kids stay with it and despite suffering through a slump,m
j develop some shooters," Sexton said work at it. Kids like Tommy Johnson the lest third of the season. He endedup

from his office in the BUS gym Tuesday Daren Chandler Robert Bellamy averaging 12.1 points 11.1 re-
John David Francis Sam bounds and 3.5 assists per game.
"The key thing the KEY thing is Norman
going to be the kids making a commit- Mark Pierce... if that nucleus makesup Howe was number two in points and
t, tment to basketball. You can't be a its mind it wants to have a good boards with 7.5 and 6.7 per game
basketball player strictly during basketball program and put in the averages and was the top percentage
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time and effort it lot shooter with 42 percent from the field.
1 t basketball season. We're gonna haveto can happen a

.-+..arawwww. ....., ,, -L have a committment to a summer sooner than anyone expects." Leader in free throw shooting was
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trouble with
program. A season-long puttingthe Gerald Goodman with 63 percent.
Thigpen Sneaks Inside for Two... After winning five District cham- ball in the basket reared its head Goodman was also number two in
The Telegraph's David pionships in six years during the again at District's as the Tornadoes and with and
Thigpen gets Inside for a layup Also pictured are Steve Cubbedge and Terry Hayes of scoring rebounding 5.7
mid-70 Tornado roundball has missed 4 layups early and went on to
off the glass in his team's game against LWCI. the Telegraph and 3 LWCI defenders.Jackson's s 3.6 averages. Freshman Robert
slumped to 2-23 3-20, and 0-23 seasons miss all but 11 of 52 shots. Johnson Bellamy averaged 5.4 points and 1.3
the last three years at the varsity just a sophomore who moved up from assists after moving up to varsity and
level. The JV's have been equally un JV for the tourney, showed well hit 64 percent of his foul shots. .'
Wraps Up Men's League TitleJackson's successful going 6-17 1-18, and 119. leading BHS in scoring with 8 points
Sexton says the difference is that and rebounds with 7. Freshman guard Other top point averages were--:
-. committment to.year-round practice Robert Bellamy ,had '5 points and \Donnie Banks 4.9, Kevin Sampson. ,

Building Supply put the finale Sam Sibley'had 19? Ronnie 01NALIAf4DINOJr;"' "- "W.;h .is !lapkjjog... ..,;, ,, '.' "j'fhornpkins. ,'. Howr.i. and I ,-' freshman..... .J,i ftA T Di ." '" .....ftMA. ftft.lr..U
finishing touches on a championship Thomas 16, and Eddie Dyal 13. Jody DJocli.onllldg.Supply ''I*I
season with its 14th win in a row Friday Beggs gunned in 36 for St. Edwards ')H..... ')33)DI.Hordi .>

night a 128-64 victory over St. Ed- and Darrell O'Neal added 13. )ond LWCI 7 7i.I 1
wards Catholic Church that gave The Hawks had even more balanced STolog.oph) :I-U 1I 1I I
Jackson's the Starke Men's Basket- scoring with 9 players in the 4)11) Idward.Church ,." Ii i I
ball league title. After a 56-53 loss scorebook led by Chris and Mike 1 I

against the Hawks on opening night Chandler with 13 each, and Harold
Jackson's was never again headed. Chandler and D. Jackson with 10 LEADING' SCOIIIRS
The Hawks took second place apiece.. LWCI's Ken Life led all by...wrd0.1)Cudl.WhinMk.on' Watts
finishing up with a 70-52 win over scorers in that game with 20 and 2)))Ko lit.(LWCI( ) ) 24 20 4 I
LWCI to end the season with a 13-2 Alderman had 15. 1))Jody.....(SI id..ord.) If 0
mark. 'a*.coro.frl. 4))Dairoll".01(1t.' ( Idnard.) 11.1
A forfeit loss to the Telegraph cost ..Fob.14 and true Jockion(Jackion) IS t
the Diehards JACKSON ((12'), Jo....,, 31. Whit. 1*. ....." 4. 4))Drat tarry(Dl.Hardi i) 14 *
sole
possession of thirdas lib'' I*. 'ho_. 14. Oyol 13. Fltivgh. .. 7))Ch...Chondlor(Howk.0) 143 A Good T
both they and LWCI finished 7-8. IT. IOWAP.OS ((44)1 O'Nool' 13. WII... 4. ..... 14 lK.llhWolkoSI) ( Idwai di) 14.0i I >
The Telegraph, 3-12 finished 5th and Gumbor 1. Aihlln.4. Irunottl 2. 0)MIk.Ch..dl.rMawk.) ( i) 11* 1 s.I
St. Edwards. 1-14, 6th. 10))Idol.' Oyal(Jock ion'.) 127 YT 1 Ih
HAWKS ((70)1) M. Cnondl.r 10. M. Ch.ndlor 1 13. C. II)All.'.....(LWCII) 111II
Curtis White's 36 and 32 by Bruce Chandler 13. O. Joel... 10 II. ,. ,. W. Jonhln.I A. )Jimmy Th._.(Dlo Hard.) III OC]
Jackson led of Common I,, I. Chondl.r t. *. Honk.r.on 2. II)Work Oroudon.(T.l.graph) 11.4 I IN
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string 5 Jackson's Iwo (Sll) lllo .. ...,.. ...'.
20 Go. 3 Spain 4 Ald. IS 14))Sam Slbl.y(lac. ) SI
players in double digits in the ,. IdeaPrinting' '
league Frailly Wllllomi 2. 'u ." 1. ISD.JockionHowki) ( ) *.1 u'

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In Four-Team Opener at Palatka OvalBradford From The7Id ,'),)11i( )i H r< i rod oy) yowl tanift


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High head track coach relays and I) P.lotto SO.. 2)) ADFOP.O '
was second in the 4 x 110 (Ion, Smith So.woll. W" )
George Loper called his teams' first yard event while sophomore Pam JoH.....)S3 0 BRADFORDPRINTERS .. : ::
meet 440- 1)) Noplor' (P) '1.2..4) SfllWIll ((1140) 4. .
a successful one after the Tornadoes Hawkins )) 4 130 :
opened the season by claim- LH. I) ailMII ..
(IHS)11.7. 4))SHIMIIID((0147))M.1. MO-
took second in the girls portionand Ing yet another school record, this the 1)) McO..ld ((0') 2:10... 7)) DeWI" (INS) ,.".' 4))
third in the boys race in a 4-way long jump mark with a 16'4" effort to .USlILL Ills( ) :11..
meet in Palatka Tuesday afternoon.The take second in that event. Hawkins MII.M.dl.7.. ... I)MADPOIO(JoMor.an.loiwoll.) '
host Panthers took first in both Smith.CrlHIi)4:00.1.270)) I 1))HAWKINS"" (OM)) 24 0. 4)) r
also won the 220. Also Alesia Sheffield lONG (IHS) 24.. Mil.I) D.WITT (.HS) 12:01. MI,. I
boys and girls divisions, scoring 106 and Louette Smith scored in 3 events ,.,.,. IIADKMO(Howklni 4S.0 o.w.ll 47.0. loH_ 110 W. Call
Led points in girls events and 133 in boys. Leading the boys with the only in- u. 61. Smllh 63,1)) 4ill... St., Starke 964-5764 ,Q1 I' =

by versatile senior Tyffany dividual win for Bradford was Herbie "yo ,..... ., ... .,
Griffs, the Lady Tornadoes of BHS k0- .. I". 0..1. ..,... '0.'. ------ -----
Hawkins who .. --
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notched 85 points to finish second by a tenth of a second over teamate lndl.Wu.1.' ........ wed, wtaBOT, .?. INS pl.._.
The BHS totaled Snof p.N I)A,_..... .
boys Donnie ((00)) 40-1.
Banks. Hawkins was also 3)) HILDMTH(IMS)
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45.5 to take third behind Palatka and 43 f Ol.c I) Co..) (0"( ) 144.<. High I
Forest in the long jump while distanceace (p1) .-.... 1)) DAVIS (IHS) .-.. 4)) GOODMAN Jump.(IHS) T.5.) ... WE CAN SAVE
80.5.
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Richard Warren placed in all L.ep' Ju. 1)) P.rIt.,(P) 201. 3)) HAWII'NI' (INS) ....1. YOU MONEY
"The biggest thing was we performed three distance runs. Trlpls' Jump I) GIIII.d (P) ..... 0.1. v..... G.red
much much better than we had in 4-TMm Moot..Pol.... ((0'.)...1'.0. IOHH: n....... (0)( ) IS O. ,100. 1).Ole.,(0)( )
our time trials during practice," Olrl. T.., SCOTMI I) '.1.... (P) SOS. ') IIAOFCWO 10 I) .ANII..(NN) 10.1. IN YOUR PRINTING
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Griffis scored in 3 events winning Shot P,..I)MIII..( )31.1.tt.. .. I)Mill.(ft'n.1... 371 ) 41 440. Inwn (P) U I., 3)) LANS"" (INS) "..7.
the high jump 330 low hurdles and 4} SHIMIILD. (INS) ..... High' lump GUI-MI ((5$1)) .-.. WAlliN 1MIJ((0141)Wllll.m.) 2.11.2.((0') .1.'. 550. I) MIIp' ( ) ':03 2. 3)). Featuring :
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o'clock A.M., the under RESOLUTION

signed. Gator WHEREAS Marvin M. Boa'u ,, I

I Frelghtways Inc. will Wright and Mary Helen Marvin M. Wr.'a.

Weightlifters Capture First Victory .;; sell at public auction for Wright. his wife, and Mary Helen Wright n,*

cash at 2175 Commonwealth Raymond .P. Sorrells and wife and Raymond P

1:* Ave. Mary L Sorrells. his wife Sorrells and Mary L. Sor-

It didn't come on the football field but a handfull Wayne Cribbs at 181, and Randy Luke at 198 against \ Jacksonville, Florida did on March I. 1982 veIls, his wile, and,",,-,? "

of upperclass footballers finally tasted the the Yellow Jackets. Second placers were Stephen one lot of metal auto petition this County WHEREAS. the County

sweetness of victory last week as Bradford High Spell at 220, Dale Buchanon in the unlimited class '_ clng. machine parts consigned Commission of the County Commission believesthat

outscored St. Augustine 40-36 in the final home William Salmon at 165, Rob Spltze at 123, and Rob- to AlcoCar Wash of Bradford and Stateof It would be in the

weightlifting meet of the year. bie Boone at 198. Floriland Ocala. Fla; metal auto Florida. to close and best Interest of the said .

After an 0-10 grid campaign and 0-6 start in Top total for BHS was by Cribbs with 440 but right m: o'ealty.! clng. machine parts consigned abandon a portion of a County and its citizens to jIj

weightlifting the victory was a big one for the Tornadoes behind were Luke and Salmon at 435, Martella Phone to Hanna CarWash county graded road lying close said above described ;

,especially since it came before home fans in Moore with a 430 effort, and Buchanon at 400. System % Cohen and situated In Sections portion of unused

the BHS weightroom. Now 1-6 the Tornadoes close 393 N. Temple Avenue, Starke Fl. Ocala Fla. Plaster 2 and 3, Township 6 county graded road and

their regular season at Middleburg Wednesday, molds consigned to South Range 22 East convey same to the abut

March 3, MAOfORO M.(I.AiifviMM. MMphun BUYING OR SELLING PROPERTY Robin G.rrard, Jackson and to renounce and ting property owners.

At least one lifter could lift once more after the TALK TO A REALTOR ville. Fla. toilet disclaim any right of the now therefore,
Middleburg match. Sophomore Wayne Wall totaled 114. II) Will ((1"1) I7e.l4f.tll... 1)) ._..... (INS) *3 M, C. heat t air. fireplace, large building. Ideal' for ; preps. County of Bradford and BE IT RESOLVED by the
''''''14. in. II) Mm,(INS) 11"1101 1 ....... alto land for consigned to Cost Plus of .
313 pounds in winning the 114 pound class last week, workshop gardening. the public to the land lying Board of County Commissioners
(INS) I1S-IM-14I. !>! 1)) NvfUM (INS) US-1 IS-US. Florida iargo. Fla.; lacquer -
making him the first and probably only Tornado 141)) O. TlMflrtM (INS) ilo140IS*. 1)) Salnwl 1 *3 Bit. plus 5 aCres Ideal for growing family owner wiling consigned to within said portion of of Bradford

weight team member to qualify for the State Meet, (INS) ___. 1(1. I II c.....(INS) H-ltS-44t.. .. 1)) to do torn financing. point. said county graded road County. Florida. In
which is ._.. (SHS) IS""".". HII) lull (INS) I ac. for traitor hat pal*, septic ond well. National Pool EquipmentCo.
set for
March 13 at North Marion. regular session duly
11001"'._. 1)) SMM (Ills) 145.141-550. Z101)) S.. MI' For Ronl. nice brick homo on 'lake, $450. mo. ., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; and being described as
BHS also got victories from Tom Pierce at 123, (INS) _11"_. Ufll- 1)) ....n (SHS) 11"''''_... 3)) Please Call chain lube testing equipment follows: assembled.
D. .....- ...-,..-.... : Evening That portion of Old I 1. That the
Vernlo Odom Broker consigned to Lee

Notices CRI. Phone 94-547 Whetstone Temple Ter Lawtey Road os described oforedescribed portion
Legal. -- ..- J.R. Kelly. Associate race. Fla.; Tec electronic as follows: That of a county graded road

cash register, consignedto parcel lying West of East be, and the same is

CALL FOR BIDS .32091, 904/964-8168, and Florida 32302 and file follow: Austin Jr., Stat. Attorney NOTICE OF APPLICATION sloner of Bradford Metropolitan Cash R/W of Old lowtey road hereby vacated obandoned. andis
discontinued
.
SEALED BIDS WILL BE file the original with the the original with the I $100.000,000 FLORIDA for the Fourth I FOR REZONINGI County. Florida. have Register Ft. Laudardale, as described: Commenceat
and
''RECEIVED BY THE BOARD I, clerk of the above styled Clerk of the abovestyledCourt HOUSING FINANCE Judicial Circuit. 600 I AND AMENDMENT OF designated the Bradford Fla.; computing machine th. Northwest cornerof of closed the County any and right the

'OF BOND TRUSTEES OF court on or before March on or before the 26 AGENCY, LOANS-TO- Duval County Courthouse .THE LAND USE PLAN County Zoning and Plan paper consigned to said Section 2 and run and
the land
THE CITY OF STARKE AT 27 1982; otherwise a day of March 1982; LENDERS. MULTIFAMILYCONSTRUCTION Jacksonville. An ORDINANCE amending ning Board to conduct a Finance Dept.. City Hall South I 11 I degrees 29 public lying within in the to confines,
minutes 38 seconds East
THE CITY HALL. IN judgement may be otherwise, a judgment LOAN Florida. 32202;; the ComprehensiveLand public hearing at a Tamarac Fla.; tarp. con- of said parcel be and

"STARKE, FLORIDA UNTIL entered against you for may be entered against REVENUE NOTES. 1982 Honorable Gordon G. Use Plan Element regular meeting held at signed to Coordinated 61,18 I feet, thence run the

6:00: P.M. MARCH 16. the relief demanded in you for the relief ISSUE,A (herein' referredto Oldham. Jr.. Slot Attorney and Mop by Bradford 7.30: p.m., In the County Carribeon Transport North 89 degrees 46 some and are disclaimed hereby renounced

1982. the complaint or petition. demanded In the Complaint a'* the "Note.) to for the Fifth County Florida In accordance Commission meetingroom Miami Fla., electric sign minutes 1 11 seconds East 2. That the action of
30.59 feet to the Easterly
.To install on 8 inch inner for Foreclosure. finance multi-family rental Judicial Circuit County with the local Bradford County consigned to Electro the Board of
line of the County
casing in th. Power WITNESS'my hand and WITNESS my hand and housing projects in Office Building 3rd Government Comprehensive Courthouse, Starke, Light Club Lake Wales Old right-of-way Road and the Commissioners. of Brad

Plant Well. Install on 8 the seal of said Court on seal of this Court on the each of the sixty-seven Floor. P.O. Box 1086 Planning Act Florida on Tuesday, Fla. to satisfy freight Lowtey of of ford County herein be

inch February 18 1982.Gilb.rt of counties the of of 1975 March 30 1982 and and storage charges point beginning
submersible pump 15 day February 1982. in State Tavores, Florida 32778; as provided for in said R/W thence run noted by the Clerk ot CII
with four hundred GPM. S. Brown. GILBERT S. BROWN Florida. as more fully Honorable James T. Chapter 163 of the make a recommendationto under the provisions of cuil Court

Grout it up according ta As Clerk of said CourtBY As Clerk of said Circuit described in the resolution Russell State Attorneyfor Florida Statutes.TO the Board of County Section 4b( ) of Uniform along said easterly rightof of the across portions .
line with the county graded
State Law requirements. : Beulah MoodyAs Court of the Governor and the Sixth Judicial Circuit : All Citizens, Taxpayers Commissioners and the Standard Bill of LadIng. way road

.For any further Information Deputy Clerk By: Beulah Moody Cabinet of Florida (the 416 Pineda County and other interested Board will consider on Gator Freightways, IncCarrier. following distance courses South and I IIdegr.e. I mop pertaining as per any to county the

contact Merrell 2/25 4tchg 3/18 Deputy Clerk "Resolution") as the Courthouse, Clearwatar, Persons Monday April 5. 1982 at ; same and further that
29 38
minutes
'Dees. City Hall. Stork. 2/18 4tchg 3/11 governing board of the Florida, 33518; You and each of You the same said place at 3/4 2tchg 311PUBLIC I seconds East 407.07 feet this Resolution and the

'Florida. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Division of Bond Finance Honorable Stephen are hereby and herewith 10:00: a.m. an Ordinance
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF NOTICE South 01 degrees 53 various legal notices in
THE SAID CITY REGISTER THE SECOND of the State of Florida Lewis Boyles, State Attorney given notice In accordance relating to: Santo Fe Cemetery Annual minutes 08 seconds West cident thereto be record.
'RESERVES THE RIGHT TO FICTITIOUS NAME Department of General for the Seventh witS Florida The rezoning of the
ed the deed records ot
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Election of Trusteeswill 512.43 feet South 08 in
ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY Pursuant to Section Services (the "Division") Judicial Circuit Courthouse Statutes that the Board following described property .
be held March IS, 10 08 said county as providedby
865.09. Florida Statutes FLORIDA. IN AND FOR degrees minutes
'
[OR ALL BIDS.'BOARD which Resolution dated Annex Room of County Commissioners and amending the
,: notice Is hereby given LEON COUNTY 1982 at 7:30: p.m. at the seconds West 357. 10 low.
OF BOND January 5, 1982 and annexed 302 125 E. Orange of Bradford Comprehensive Land Hall 3 That notice of the
that the undersigned FLORIDA. Hampton City in feet to the South line of
TRUSTEES the County Florida have Use Plan to provide that
to
Complaintas Avenue, Beach
A.R. HAYES and RALPH Civil Action No. 82-301( Daytona Hampton Florida. said Northeast quarter adoption hereby be
CITY OF Plaintiff's Exhibit designated the Bradford lands currently zoned EA
STARKE 2, Florida. 32014
; 3/4 3.1 I published, time
BRYAN joint owners DIVISION OF BOND 2tchg of the Northeast quarterof one
FLORIDA business under the authorizes the Issuanceof Honorable Eugene T. County Zoning and Plan. and designated by the within ((30)
doing FINANCE of the DEPART.. Section 3 and end of thirty ) days
By Neil L. Tucker firm name of BRADFORD MENT OF GENERAL SER- the Notes. The Resolution Whitworth. State At- fling Board to conduct a plan as Rural Residentialbe The Bradford ESEA TitleI from the dote hereof in

City Clerk public hearing at a rezoned to ILW and I will be written RWAll
SECURITY Intends to VICES of the STATE OF provides that the I Itorney for the Eighth Application lying and being in the Bradford County
2'25 3tchg 3/11_ register said fictitious FLORIDA. Notes. In an aggregate Judicial Circuit P.O. Box regular meeting held at designated Light Industrial March 1 31. 1982. If Sections 2 and 3. Telegraph
a public bodycorporate.
rIN THE CIRCUIT COURT name under the Plaintiff vs. principal amount not to 1437, Gainesville. 7:30: p.m., in the County the property of you have a suggestionfor Township 6 South Range 4. That the said portion

aforesaid statute. exceed hundred Florida. 32602 Commission meetingroom DREW F. REDDISH. the Application .
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT STATE OF FLORIDA and one ; 22 East of Bradford County of said county graded
Doted this 27th of Bradford County described as follows: would
OF FLORIDA IN day the several million dollars Honorable Robert Eagan you please con Florida. road as herein

'AND FOR BRADFORD January 1982. In Brad Owner Taxpay.rs.Prop.rty and, ((1100,000.000)), shall State Attorney for the Courthouse, Starke, 20.000 sq. ft. ((100x200)out ) tact: WHEREAS. the County described and closed be

ford County. Florida on Tuesday, of parcel 2056 The Bradford Title I Office .
BOUNTY: bear Interest at such rateor Ninth Judicial Circuit Commission by conveyed by quit.claim
02/11 4tchg0304IN Citizens thereof including March 30. 1982 and located 3'miles Northof The School Board of
.
.5 CIVIL ACTION Nonresidents rates, shall be dated P.O. Box 1673 Orlando unanimous vote decidedto deed to the abutting property
make a recommendationto Starke on West side of Bradford 582
Case No. 82-80 and shall mature on such Florida. 32802: County. hold a public hearingon owners in the manner
THE MATTER OF THE subject
owning property or -
the Board of 301 In Section 10.Township .
,; date and In such Honorable Quilllan S.Yonc.y County North Temple Avenue
law and
j- JAMES McCABE. Husband ADOPTION OF to taxation therein year said petition" on April provided by
Commissioners and 6 South
the
': ELIZABETH GRACE and All Others having or and amount a. shall be State Attorney Range. Starke Florida 32091 5 at 10 o'clock a.m. and said conveyance to be
for the Tenth Judicial Circuit Board will consider on 22 East for Handy Man Phone: 964-6800 Ext. 6. executed
the
MILDRED McCABE provided by subsequentresolution has due notice of by Chairman
PAYNE. MELISSA ANN claiming right. titleor given
any Monday. April 5, 1982 at Fence Company.You 3/4 21chg 311NOTICE
Wife of the Division Hall of Justice said hearing in the of the Board ot
PAYNE. and CHARLES interest In to
property further
the same said place at are given
NOTICE OF SUIT.PROPERTY ROY PAYNE Petitioner: be affected by the Issuance odopt.d on or prior to Building. P.O. Box 1309. 10:00 Ordinance, NOTICE that of OF INTENTIONTO March 4, 1982 issue of County Commissionets
: a.m. an a copy
JOHN HANSFORD of the Notesdescribed the ale of the Notes. Barlow Florida 33803; said OR. REGISTER FICTITIOUS the Bradford County and the Clerk on behalfof
The Notes be Issued I Honorable Janet Reno relating to: proposed this Commission.
TO: JAMES McCABE may Telegraph of
PAYNE. In the Complaint NAME newspaper
available for
The of the DINANCE is
;))55 Randolph Avenue substantially in the form 1 II State Attorney for the rezoning Sectior general circulation m 5. That delivery ot n
NOTICE and All Others to following described inspection at the office Pursuant to
provided In the trust Indenture Eleventh Judicial Court. property your quitclaim deed to thai,
Mine Hill Dover New TO: ROBERT L. SAYRE. be affected In any way and amending theComprehensive of the Director of 865.09. Florida Statutes. Bradford County

.Jersey. address unknown.You thereby Defendants.IN and shall be Justice Building Room land and Planning. notice is hereby given Florida all in conformitywith portion of said County
Zoning
I',. YOU ARE HEREBY are notified that RE $100.000.000 subject| to other terms :600. 1351 N.W. 12th St., Use Plan that Bradford County Courthouse that the undersignedSara section 336 09 Graded Road lYIng West

'NOTIFIED that on action the above-named Petitioner FLORIDA HOUSING and conditions as provided -]1 I Miami. Florida 33125; lands currently to provide zoned OR Starke, Florida. A. Bedford P.O through 336.12. Florida of conlerline, of said toad

for dissolution of marriage In the other Honorable James A. 391. Stark., sole Statutes andWHEREAS as described in th<>
JOHN FINANCE AGENCY and the Each and Person Box
designated by every
the agreements. Sold Indenture Gardner State Attorney it paragraph proceedingbe
Involving business
HANSFORD PAYNE. has LOANS.TO.LENDERS. Rural Residentialbe having interest owners, doing appearsto
following. property ii>. filed Petition, In the MULTI-FAMILY CON. and ?sold for the Twelfth Judicial plan rezoned OS to Cl, anddeslgnal.d whatver any in the enactment under th. firm name of the County Commission made and deliveied" ,

Bradford 1), PU'l"l Y"'""'Obov..st l.d 'Court' for"STRUCTION LOAN agreements were Incorporated Circuit 2078 Main Street Commercialthe of this proposed: Encore Consignment 8 that the portion of 10 Raymond P Sorrells'
.
--f.lorlda ,A pqrc4t?f !R.nd ,..the, ,odoptloa.of l the, REVENUE NOTES 1982 by reference Into ., Sarasota ..Florida33577: ; property of LEE ORDINANCE should appear Clothing'"Shop l : 321 (TM. said c6unty'graded rood and Mary 90Tr.II'J..- htt- ..

:; :1yI/l'g! in (Ihe SE" .74 a. Se'cpon minor children named In ISSUE A. the Resolution The Honorable E..J. Solcines, MCKENZIE. described a* and be heard at the Temple. Starke. Intends above described hasnever wife. conveying the

:; 7, Township 7 So'uth. that Petition and you are ORDER Notes hall be issued Stat. Attorney for the follows: One Acre time and place prescribed. to register said fictitious, been used or opento herein described portion

Svjange 22 East Bradford pursuant to the provIsions Thirteenth Judicial Circuit under the the public and is not of lands
commanded to serve a NOTICE TO: TATE OF ((200x220)) three miles name
said of the Florida County Courthouse needed either the 6 That delivery, of a
by
2::,;(:ounty, Florida copy of your written FLORIDA. AND THE South of Starke on Westside BOARD OF BRADFORD aforesaid statute.
-> Housing Finance AgencyAct Annex 5th Floor Tam 4th of petitioners or the quit-claim deed to that
3 ;3arcel being more par. defenses. If any. on J. SEVERAL TAXPAYERS. of Hwy 301. out of COUNTY COMMIS. Dated this day

,5jTJiculorly: described osjjjfollows. RANDALL HOOPER Peti PROPERTY OWNERS AND (Chapter 420 Part pa. Florida. 33602; 'parcel 4870-00301 In SIONERSBY March 1982 in Bradford general public lor a way portion of said County
IV. Florida Statutes Honorable James Paul of and to Graded Rood lying, East
: Commence at tioner's whose I County. ingress egress
attorney CITIZENS THEREOF, INCLUDING Section, 18 Township 7 : Gilbert S. Brown
CjiJhe: SE corner of said SE"KJ4 address Is Post Office ((1982) ) and the State Appleman State Attorney South Range 22 East for Clerk 3/4 4tchg 3 25 or from any other pro of centerlIne of said road

and South 88 Bond Act (Chapter 215 for the Fourteenth perty or place. and os described in >hr
run Drawer C, Gainesville, 3/4
NONRESIDENTS OWN. repair and sale of Mobile Itchg IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
R- %degrees 30' West along Florida on or before ING PROPERTY OR SUB Florida Statutes ((1982)) ). Judicial Circuit Homes. FOR BRADFORD COUN.TY. WHEREAS. it appears paragraph preceedmq
Rtjhe Southerly boundary The Clerk of this Court P.O. Box 385, Marianna NOTICE Marvin M. Wright and be made and delivered
March 23. 1982 and file JECT TO TAXATION You are further FLORIDA
given
Rjyhereof 675 feet to an the with the Is directed to cause a Florida 32446; Michael Gilhooly has Mary Helen Wright his to Marvin M Wrighi and
original NOTICE that of
THEREIN. AND ALL a CIVIL ACTION
1'ro of this Order be Honorable David copy for wife and P Mary Helen Wright his
;, stake for, POB. From Clerk of this Court either OTHERS HAVING OR copy to H. laid proposed ORDINANCE made application Case No. 82.99 Raymond
thus described published once each Bludworth State Attorney SPECIAL EXCEPTION for Sorrells and Mary L Sor- wife conveying the
Jt:: :pOB con4tii'4. -
before P.IIlIoner'
: service on CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. is available for In the Matter of the
South 86 degrees week for three ((3)) consecutive for the Fifteenth ESSENTIAL SERVICES, rails his wife include all herein described po, lion
attorney or immedl.ajUkly TITLE OR INTEREST IN your inspection at the office Adoption of JAY
';:))0 WesV said weeks commencing Judicial Circuit. P.O. Box Telephone switching Station of the persons owning of lands
.
along
: .thereof terotherwise ; PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED of the Director of LAWSON GROVES and
S therly boundary 225 with the first 2905 West Palm Beach, to the Bradford property abutting the 7 That a certified copy
#t a default and ,
maybe BY THE ISSUANCE Zoning Planning SARAH CORDELIA
of this Resolution, be 'fuimstied
t on Iron stoke;.'' entered against publication which shall Florida, 33402 Bradford Courthouse County Board of Adjustments portion of said county
you OF THE NOTES County GROVES.
North not b. less than Honorable Kirk C. on propertythat graded rood above to each of thr
0 degree twenty
c4 .
[ jpr( the relief demanded DESCRIBED HEREIN. AND Starke, Florida. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
esf 486.33 teej/j In the petition.H I ALL OTHERS TO BE AF- ((20)) days prior to the Zuelch State Attorneyfor Each and every Person is Classified EA and : KENNETH LESLIE described and living in owners of the property

c4 North 88 degrees WITNESS hand ands date set for the said, the Sixteenth Judicial described below. its close vicinity and abutting, that portion ot
; my FECTED IN ANY WAY having any interest JOHNS. ADDRESS
.. hearing herein. In Circuit 302 Fleming 50'x50'. three miles WHEREAS it appears the unused county graded
0".L Eas 225 feeHceSouth ., .ol of the "CourJ, at THEREBY: whatver in the enactment UNKOWN
> I of general Street Northwest of Starke on that petitioners Marvin road herein described
01 newspapers West
degrees Key
Stark Bradford County.rFlorldq' You end each of of this proposed YOU ARE NOTIFIEDthat
East 487:25 you.tho' circulation published In Florida. 33040 West side of Hwy 16 and M. Wright and Mary and closed and a copy
: this 9 of ;
day ORDINANCE should for the
fe"--I and State of Florida. appear an action
POB '.1' each of the sixty-seven Honorable Michael J.Sotz 200' North of Rd. 233 in Helen Wright his wife hereof spread upon the
February, 1982. the State Attorneys and be heard at the adoption of the minor
through
'ttss o' I Except the"j : **, ,.GILBERT! Sf.BROWN for the First. Se- ((67)) counties In the State' State Attorney for time and place prescribed Section 6, Township 6 children has been filed and Raymond P. Sorrellsand official' minutes ot this
22 East. out L. Sorrells his Commission
j Ih 25 t.el. thereof.: Clerk of the of Florida. the Seventeenth Judicial South Range and required toserve Mary
: c9nd. Third. Fourth of 200701800. you are wife the Movie Carter Ji,
>rved for\ood right' Circuit Court DONE AND ORDEREDIn Circuit. 600 Broward BOARD OF BRADFORD parcel of own property
fifth. Sixth. Seventh a copy your
has ben filed Chambers at County Courthouse Ft. The Bradford County abutting said above Chairman Board ot
way BY: B.ulah Moody Eighth Ninth. Tenth COUNTY COMMISSIONERS- written defenses if any
inst and Tallohasse, Leon County. lauderdale Florida. Zoning & Planning Board described portion of said County Commissioners
yobrjareuired
.- .I you As Deputy Clerk Eleventh Twelfth Thirteenth on RICHARD E. WELTY
will conduct public unused road and Beulah Moody
: to serve acoptref 2/18-3/11 Florida this 10th day of 33301 ; Honorable BYGilbert: S. Brown a county
jjf/ Petitioner
:ti" your written defense Fourteenth Fifteenth February. 1982. Douglas L. Cheshire, Jr.. Clerk hearing at their regular whose address attorney is Post that there'ore! the portion Clerk

1iny to It. on the plaint.IN T'+tE CIRCUIVOOURT Sixteenth. Donald O. Hartwell Slat Attorney for the tchg 34NOTICE meeting held at 7:30: Office Box 995. 954 of said county grad- Itchg:1_

;f""' attorney. who|*{'OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL"c1RCUlf1N' Seventeelh Eighteenth Circuit Judge Eighteenth Judicial Circuit p.m., in the County Com
North Avenue
,
Temple
Nineteenth
J-ilhame; : and address Us, AND FORBRAFQRDCOUNTY and Twentieth CERTIFICATE OF SERVICEI Brevard County OF APPLICA. mission meeting room of

Sgfcludley P. Hardy. P.A.c.., ; ,, Judicial Circuits of I HEREBY CERTIFY thata Courthouse 400 S. TION FOR REZONINGAND the Bradford County before Starke, Florida. 1982 on and or Real Estate Buys
April
.
Florida
> PLORIDA. : .- are hereby required true and correct AMENDMENT OF Courthouse, Starke,
_::1 .0. Drawer 103O copy Street. Titusville. Florida file the with the

S;$ orke, Florida 3209JVjAfend Case No. 81540DIVISION to appear before of the foregoing Order to 32780; Honorable RobertE. THE LAND USE PLAN Florida. on Tuesday, Clerk of original this Court either
this court In the and
wftb OF FORESTRY Show An ORDINANCE amending March 30 1982
file the original Cause has been Stone State Attorneyfor before service Petitioner's
SS-Jhe 'clerk of the aboveSJ&tyled .CREDIT UNION. Plaintiff Chamber* of the undersigned furnished by certified the Nineteenth the ComprehensiveLand make a recommendationto on immediately .

: court on or before.I,v'I. 'DALLAS R. Circuit Judge at US. Mall to the Judicial Circuit. P.O. Use Plan Element the Bradford County attorney thereafter or ERR

:SSyMarch::: : 27, 1982; otherjjjjjivise tRAWFORD pnd KATIE L. the Leon County Courthouse Honorable Curtis A. Drawer 4401 Ft. Pierce. and Map by Bradford Board of Adjustments otherwise a default will;
CRAWFORD. his In Tallahassee, County Florida. In accordance concerning this SPECIAL
a judgement may wife Golden. Stole Attorney Florida 33454; be entered FRULKNE
: 'be entered Defendants. Florida on the 26th day for the First Clr- Honorable with the local EXCEPTION application.At against you
Si:::; against youtSJor judicial Joseph P. for the relief demandedIn
: : the relief demanded NOTICE OF ACTIONTO of March. 1982. at 10:00 cult P.S. Box 12726. Pen- D'Alessandro Stale Attorney Government Comprehensive this time all persons the petition. REALTY

Si3n: the complaint or peti- : DALLAS R. o'clock A.M. and show socola. Florida. 32575: I for the Twentieth Planning Act will be heard con WITNESS hand and
cause If any you have, of 1975 as provided for in cerning this applicationos my
: :tian. CRAWFORD. Houston. Honorable Donald SModesitt. Judicial Circuit. P.O. the seal of this court on
jig* WITNESS my hand and Texas. why the prayers of the State Attorney I Drawer D. Ft. Myers Chapter 163 of the specified In the Zoning March 1. 1982.GILBERT 9G4-5OC5 m

YOU :ARE HEREBY Complaint filed In the for I Florida. 33902 this 10th Florida Statutes. Codes of Bradford
feJSIhe:! ) seal of said Court on the Second Judicial ; S. BROWNAS -

ggFebruary 18. 1982. NOTIFIED that an auctionto above-styled casue Circuit P.O. Box 1841, 'day of February 1982. TO:. All Cititens. Taxpayers County. CLERK OF SAID -I. .
should not be Director
granted and other interested L.M. Gaines,
1;::s GILBERT S. BROWN foreclose a mortgageon Tallahassee Florida THOMAS A. BEENCK COURTBY

5;;::" As Clerk of said Court that certain property and the Note and proceeding 32302; Honorable JerryM. Attorney for Plaintiff Persons. Bradford County Zoning ; Beulah Moody 231 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone
.: ; validated and You and each of You and Building OFFICE HOURS
C5 BY: BEULAH MOODY located In Bradford Blair State Attorney DIVISION OF Deputy Clerk :

XJ3J. As Deputy Clerk County. Florida and confirmed a* therein for the Third Judicial Cir BOND FINANCE are hereby and herewith Itchg 3/4 3/4 4tchg 3/25 Monday. Friday S Saturday 912 noon
The
Jgg/254tchg3/l8: I more' particularly prayed. Notes to be cuit. P.O. Box 1546. Live Room 453 given notice in accordance NOTICE
Issued( the
by Plaintiff
with FloridaStatute
described as follow.: Oak Florida. 32060: Larson Building NOTICE I II hereby "
> IN THE CIRCUIT COURT herein described ?
The W..< half (W 12)of ) are a* Honorabl. T. Edward Tallahassee, Florida that the Board given that on Monday.
SSS EIGHTH JUDICIAL ORSSiCUIT
OF FLORIDA INeAND the following property ((904)448-7481) 32302 of County Commit-1,I March 15. 1982 at 10:00 _

: Begin at the
FOR BRADFORD
I-
Southeast corner of Lot -I
COUNTY
60 of WOODLAWN Section .
ZCa.: No. 82.81 13. Township 5 NEIGHBORHOOD PROPERTIES. INC. REALTOR.. rACH OFFICEINDEPENDENTLY'

SSS:,; f CIVIL ACTION South. Range 22 East .2flLIIV- U.S. 301 South near Bradford Square 964-5231 OWNED
v ln Re: The Matter of the ANDOPEKATCD.
and run West 832 feet to
SS Adoption of: MEDFORD -i.- '
-iif2l. 9645231We've
thencerun
5*WILLIAM SMITH. beginning corner;
West 208 feet to a

S3 NOTICE OF SUIT point; thence run East Changed Our Name, But Not Our S.rvlc. -_ _
$3 NO PROPERTYTO
TO: JOHN TAYLOR .208 feet to a point: UMO DOWN PAYMINT.Owner will lIcence the belance of ""' .100 at 13% for 30 years .. monthly payment

5SHAFFER, address thence run South '208 of (43.37.' This ham I* 2 yeer.* old end. h.. 3 bedroom. 2 full both*. central. heat t air I car garage.ASUIMI '

SSI unknown. ,feet to' the beginningcorner. *% MORTOAGIief proilmately ".100.. total sale price II 1.000. This home hoe 2 bedroom -tcit1

**.'- YOU ARE HEREBY1'' I. pewe4 stv.et.Ol.ANGI '.- -

a NOTIFIED that an actionSsfor ha been filed againstyou ITtElTlo..r will fInance tide. comer lot .. ".JOO. ,

the matter of the In the abovestyledcourt NIC NEIGHBORHOOOiconve* with title clean 3 bedroom. IVt .b.tfi home fenced backyard S33.500. l1'/ % ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE!, ..

ig adoption of MEOFORD and you are required SAMPSON LAKIiWe heire ......... wtrterfroot 10.. storting .. $". Some with owner flnaneln,. tove. refrigerator, dishwasher, and drapes include,

:::WILLIAM SHAFFER hasSSbeen to serve a copy of UNION COUNTY .M ecre of ferns tend S17.SOO. with this lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on beautifully

filed against you your answer and written NlWlVWIOSIiWe .....1.| .*. the nay Hem for you. 2 bedrooms. Urge let. $ 2SOO. "i 1- :3;, wooded lot. Back yard fenced wood deck -

rand: you are required to I id...", .. If ony. to It on NIW USTINOtNew c.*. .t. 2 1Nd,....... screened porch 2 ole. lots $32,900. y rt HAVE SEVERAL APARTMENTS AVAILABLE .. CALL TO-

S serve of ;BYRON, S. CAMP of the- WI HAVIiLet I let I Let of LOTS. Buy Now build .faster.AMERICA'S lAY I
a copy your '
low firm of Ervln, Varn, House and Apartment For RentProperty '
SJwrllten defense. If anyJjSto NUMBER 1 TOP SELLER '
Jacobs Odom and Kit
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If. on the plaintiff at- CENTURY71tt Management ServIcesApp.isels
chenAttorney* far1 .

33 torney, whose name and Plaintiff w+.a.. address Cssu,II..tt (MM ClipuXlK m tnmtmf ... MM MAT. R *** !>* Ne4..ks ..CxHwy It ..* I.MM C ip. ._ Prt_ hACHOmCIINDCPfNDCOTIYOWNO > .
joddrets 1 ii Dudley P, Hov-A. u....- Susan M. F.ulkn..aIALTOR.'U.5065Ire
\\1 Poi( Office Drawer
;:,:dy. Esquire, P.O.: Drawer' 1170 AND. OPIRATCO. S.oei. Neeslo. 0,,,._..,. I L. Faulkner, RIAlTOH-ASSOCIATI-44-S142
Tallahassee -
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Lady Tornado Net Team.... Kelll Carver Lori Clark Stacey Denmark and coach Tornado Tennis Team... Culverson, Craig;; ;:;p. Eddie Winkler:::;coach Jerry

I Bradford High girls playing tennis this year are: front Jerry McGriff. The BUS boys tennis team for this year Is: bottom McGriff. I
row left to right. Faith Roberts Julee Wise. Tina Not pictured are Carmen Eaves Lori !Muse Lisa row left to right Kevin Johns Bo Harrison. Greg Clark Not pictured- Jeff Johnson Joe Canfux, and Mike
Bowen and Cherl Foster; back row I. to r., I iz Lawson Strayer and Vickie Carver. and Shane Johnson. Top row, I. to r.. Phil Miller Vince Christmas




BBS Girls Go To 2-0


Congratulations to our fine staff of

With Tennis VictoriesAny


personnel who have been the
coach will tell you winning the good upper division strength against serving
close ones can make or break a sports Eastside but fell apart against Baker
season. not winning any singles matches. In
Bradford High School's girls tennis the opener Craig Sapp and Eddie
team hopes it has found the knack of Winkler swept the number one and best people in the world (you our
taking the pressure matches as the two singles and top doubles and Phil ,
Lady Tornadoes started off the 1982 Miller added a singles win.

season with twin 4-3 victories over Jam..,....1IHI
Eastside and Macclenny-Baker County 4 Bok.r Co 9 customers for three
Side
The Tornado boys weren't quite as <..,1... I)Joh.....(C'.) do<. 0........ 101)) tOWCN. ) years.
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fortunate. They did edge Eastside 4-3 (IHS) M Gallic3 1)) O.IHTII.Mlldot) L. r.
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but 4))Icon('.) ) Ion S ].')CLAPS('HI)d.l lurch.ll
turned around and
were beaten by S 0.

Baker Tina 6-1 Bowen Tuesday.and Faith Roberts 13 Doublac. .'.1.I 1)))HOIMTI Johman-Gaillch.POSH(aH(la))dal dal.Lyan...w..Scar.ivDanm.il. ) They invite you to stop by Western Steer for your next

both won their first two singles matches

of.the Bowen year won to lead 8.2 the to clinch Lady Tornadoes the tlngln. I ll) .thiadal Dakar( ) 4..INS Sapp>oyi 1-4.!1))Groan. (la),daf meal out let us show you what great service you'll get
Wlnkl.rir' 3)) Dop onlo( ) dot. Millar I I. 4)) H. ... ,
victory over Eastside which brought ((10)) d.l I. Joh..... t-4. 1)) PIIMngton' (la) d.l. I.
just 3 girls to Starke and forfeited 3 Joh....4.S.D.bl. .
matches. Bowen also was an 8-3 win- ... ... I) LAPP WlNrUIH. |IH') dot l.lh.Tamilian. with a fine meal at our steak house. _
.2') Hardoo-Oap.ari ( a) dal MW..lohnwn I Ithur
ner against Baker while Roberts who
had won by forfeit the first time out, ..'oIo. IS
scored a 9-7 in the Macclenny match. INS girl ta.l.ldal' S
Lori Roberts also won singles tlngln-" )M.ck.I.eI.' ( ) .....'.1.1))Trlpoonioo'
{It)dal Denmark 113)) IOWIN (I) .... Goggln' "t.4)MOaCtTS ). .
against Baker and Roberts teamed I Wlr n K7
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(P) wan 1)) FOSrlft (I)wan forfoltOoubl.
with Cheri Foster for an 8-3 win at '.,- I) Mock.n.I.Trlpaonfoo (I) dr. ......
number two doubles in that match Donmarii 111) iOiVIIM.KOKI T] ((5)) wan lort.lt. r N t -w

that made the difference in the team IHS.boy.4.fo.-.ld..
score II.".,. I) lAPa (|) d.l KnI" IiI 101)) WINKlf ((1)
"It was a great win," BUS coach da*. Manll I-I.I 3))MILIEU (I) dot Norton 144) ...w.I Y.a .
Jerry McGriff said of the close victory (Oo)..... I. Jahnun/) UchaHa (I) ../. *. Joh....

Doublai t)'A'WINKLI(III|del Morrli.Norton I 0.
In the boys matches BUS showed 9)) Iew.-(e.h.KI (II) del. Millar.(. Joh.., '.I.




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Wrestling Meeting for

Is Friday HereIt's All Sports ClubIs 4'' ., ',

wrestling time in Starke Friday TuesdayThe
night, March 5, with five pro matches
Bradford High School All
scheduled at the Bradford
High Sports Club will get together again
School The Bradford
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Tuesday n ght. March 9, at the
Sports Club is
again sponsoring the Western Steer Steak House for a 1f ,
event as a fund-raiser for their BHS
sports general membership meeting. wI
programs. A major topic to be discussed is the
Wrestling action is set to start
at 8 fC
Winter Sports Banquet which is to be ,t z
p.m. with five matches on the card.
The feature bout will be for the International held Thursday. March 18.
A dutch treat dinner is set for 6:30
Heavyweight Title with
Funk Jr going against Hacksaw Dory with the meeting starting at 7:30. J

Reed. a
Girls Needed
Also, in a Florida title match Mr.
Wrestling 2 goes against Avalanche For StarkettesThe
Tyler. Two other
individual
matches
Starke Rec.
Department is now
have Sweet Brown
Sugar taking on
registering girls ages 13-15 (
age
Kendo and
Nagasaki El Grande Ap- determining date is Sept. 1, 1982) to
pollo versus Cyclone Negro. In a tag play for the second-year Starkettes /
team bout Eric Embry and Don Dia- girls Softball team.

and mond Mr.team Onita.up against Maga Fuchi If the Starke Women's Church Mary Blount, Vera Green Karen Norman, Sandy Hart. Corine :

Tickets sale League gets off the ground (one more Tyson Ha Lam Betty Thornton Doris Hildreth Nita Sanders
at
are
on Sears Brett& team is needed) the girls will play in ,

and Jerry's Sawyer-Slade.the Chamber of Cost Commerce is $5 for and that also league have during age-group the regular competition season Matthew Box, Marvin Tyson, Terry Mundorff, and Donny Bagwell..

ringside seats $4 for bleacher against other youth teams.


Basketball Set Umpires Clinics

At RJE FriSatAn Are ScheduledTwo .

eight-team semipro basketball Westside Field clinics for um- L.M. Norman Harry Hatcher and Donny Falcon take this
tournament is on tap this Friday and pires have been set, the first from 7-9 ,
Saturday night. March :5-6, at the RJE pm Wednesday, March 10, at the .

gymnasium.Local teams competing are the field Monday and March the second 29 from 7-9 p.m. opportunity! to say thanks' to our fine people who have

Lawtey Somes and the Oldtimers Game situations will be gone over
Hawks, and Falcons from Starke. during the clinics with live game made our business so successful over the past 3 years.
Out-of-towners coming in are Bun- situations involving practicing teams
nell. Port St. Joe Alachua and and all umpires must attend at least ,, .
Tallahassee.. one of the clinics. .
Two games are set Friday startingat
7:30 with play all day Saturday ,
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leading up to a 9 p.m. championship '...
Come to the V ELS fl --,
game. for fl LTTUIWith ss*

Lenten Services
Pop Warner / VV.iI

Needs Coaches Adult, Etc. r your help we have serv-


The Bradford Cowboy Pop Warner ed customers of
youth football association is looking our some

for head coaches and assistant ." Family
coaches for the teams and for *
youth #
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Meetings have been set for anyone Ika S.n.A belt ..-.d Selo..crafhxl Ha anuall"l t< }
interested In volunteering to either ..>iwH'"lr/ao>aM>OMrDwu f Thank You : I
coach football or teach cheerleading. <.....oaja ana)mMt-boat Maud) <
The football coaching meeting is and .haar ariiat Ha...dona to,jrau M

Tuesday night. March 16, at 7:30: at f*.. ClwUI*.(.wigHkil ton** .WM.1MIr Lutrvtriit 5.50M CKurck iU. U.S. 301 South 964-8061 :.
Dale Brown'shome at 1102 Colley "enocllf--.U2411 e
Road in''Starke. The cheerleading "" i:
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By Tony Burke and is pumped up to the collectors "- ;-' .. -. +
BCT Staff Writer where it is heated." ..._ iU
Florida is billed as "The Sunshine Collectors are those flat, black colored "

State," and at least one major panels that are visible on the -::::.-..,.. --..-. .-- .:..:... ;i"0 7: ._._. .. .a+
business here has capitalized on that roofs. They come in two sizes 4' X 8' :: > .. 't&J qw
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U.S. Solar Corporation of Hampton feet)). The collectors have been __ -- '- ._______n___ -_ '
recently installed the first commer- precisely designed and engineered to
cial solar water heating system in this provide the maximum heat transfer Solar 1'anelit The clone look. '
area at the Western Steer Restaurant possible Water circulating throughthe i'4frTT'
in Starke. collectors can reach a
The 500-gallon system, to be used temperature between 170-180 degrees
for dishwashing and cleaning, was farenheit."As ''j '"
manufactured and installed by the water circulates throughthe ... 't.... ..S-!:..,
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U.S.S.C. collectors and is heated, it returnsto .(. ... <
,"This was installed under what we the storage tank," Schultz continued .,. ., i, I ,
call the Micro-Utility Program," said "There it stays until it is .
Hick Schultz, Regional Sales drawn off and more water enters the J
Manager with U.S.S.C. system, or until it reaches a
"When an applicant qualifies, we temperature that is 18 degrees cooler
install the system at no cost to them than the temperature up in the collec-
and bill them back at roughly 80 per- tors. When this occurrs, the controllera
cent of what the system produces in ( sensitive thermostat device) cuts A
energy." the pump on and the process is
U.S. Solar will retain ownership of repeated.
the $20,000 system for at least five Schultz said that the system is call- r
years, at which time Western Steer ed "Drainback" because, unless the 3
will have the option to buy out the pump is circulating water through the -
system. collectors, all water drains out into a The II iew from afar. Simple deigrfltt'urifti-insulawll, ppisiderin ;;:. I
"Basicly, we're selling them reservoir. This was designed into the
BTU's," Schultz said. "They can buy system to act as a fool-proof the current cost of electricity energy saving, this equals a first-year ding next to the heavily insulated their efficiency This, however is nut
t the energy from us or buy from a utili- safeguard against water freezing and in this area, that could equal a savings return of between I,600S1,700or storage tank located in a utility shed a problem in this part of the country
ty company. Right now, we're con- expanding in the collectors and rupturing of $400 the first year, base on an 45-48 percent of the cost of the system. behind the restaurant. "The system In arl'a'shere the water is "hard:
siderably cheaper." the tubing." average rate of 7.5 cents per kilowatt. Florida charges no state sales tax has a design life of between ;30-50) a closed-loop system is availableThe
Schultz said that similar projects So efficient is the system, that These figures apply to a householdunit or property taxes on the system. years. We guarantee any collector pump that circulates the\\aler.
have been set up across the country, results of an independent testing of serving a family of five or six,nota The only part of the system exposedto sell for ten years, and guarantee the operates at onl..t..enlll.lhhorsepower
but this is the first of its' kind in this solar systems conducted by the Ten- commercial unit. the elements are the collectors. entire system (including the pump or at a cost of $1.24 per
area. nessee Valley Authority showed the The average homeowner buying a These panels are constructed of and controller) for five years." month, according to Schultz.
The system at Western Steer is call- US.S.C. Drainback system to be topsin U.S.S.C. system for $3,500, receives a .anodized aluminum held together Sounds too good to be true Schultz "Our systems meet every applicable
ed a "Drainback system." efficiency and have the best cost- Federal lax credit of 40 percent. In with stainless steel screws. As a unit, pointed to one possible weak point in major code g..up.1"tall. '
"The Drainback is simple in its' performance ratio. It was estimatedto essence, Uncle Sam picks up 40 per- the collector has been tested to withs- the system. "Mineral deposits from dards in the U.S.." he said
design and operation," he said. deliver an annual range in Kilowatt cent of the cost of the system, or .tand wind pressures of 181 mph. the water circulating within the "Commercial energy rates can only
"Water enters the storage tank cold hours of between 4369 and 5250. Con- $1,400. Coupled with a $20O-$300 "No maintenance is required with system can build up on the insides of increase in the future. Now is the time
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/'"" .0. H . n ._. . .' ., : the system," Schultz said, while stan- the tubing in the collector, reducingone to harness the sun.



unnlNamed Outstanding American J
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.S' By Tony Burke Florida citizen who has been an Dunn was selected from a i pool ofnominees
BCT Staff WriterA outstanding example of the traditionsand submitted by 27 other
Keystone Height resident has ideals that have made our nation Jaycee; chapters throughout the slate
HARDWARE been named Florida's Outstanding great. The winner must have provided Dunn was serving as a :Manni-
American by the Florida Jaycees. a splendid example of the patriotic Corps aviator in Vietnam .in
Colonel J. Howard Dunn USMC spirit, and by his activities will have December.( 1W5!! when he was shot
(ret.) has won the General "Chappie" encouraged others to revere our down. He spent the next seven and ;i
Latex James Memorial Award, given an- American traditions and to practiceits' half years various prisoner of war
Rely-On MACCO nually by the state Jaycees to honor highest principles.Amy's camps throughout :North'; Vietnam
eventually being released in

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i overaU winner in the first Truckers events were:
Rodeo, sponsored by the Union Coun- Serpentine run: Mark Richards 2.34 air lines for the serpentine run winner
ty Fair Association and coordinatedby of Jacksonville; Kenneth Johns; and an electrical quick connect cable
winner.
overall
the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Terry Joe Thomas of Lake Butler; for the
Trucking Driving School, held at the Chuck Tetstone or Worthington Spr- Spectator prizes were donated by
1 ,.,', fairgrounds Saturday, ings and Wayne Bussard of Trenton. Coca Cola Sonny's Bar-B-Que, Bill
J River Internatal, Pizza Hut and Sundown
Over 250 people watched while 20 Backing and docking: Kenneth Yamaha.
truckers challenged the course to Johns 4.54; Terry Joe Thomas; Winners in the childrens tire rolling
beat the clock in the serpentine run, Wayne Bussard; Mark Richards and competition won Coca Colas.
; backing and docking, driver/co- Elmer Coder of Columbia. S.C. Equipment on display was from

driver and pit stop crews. Driver/co-driver: Chuck Tetstone Douglas Equipment of Lake Butler,

3 30; Kenneth Johns; Mark Richards Kenworth of Jacksonville, Bill Rivers
and K&K Equipment. Town Tire furnished
Wayne Bussard and Terry Joe
I' Equipment display... Thomas.Pit a fleet service truck for the pit

Equipment displays were part of the Truckers Rodeo. stop crews: Kenneth Johns 3.40; stop competition.
Wayne Bossard; Terry Joe Thomas Serving as judges were officers
and Chuck Tetstone. from the Department of Transportation's -
Bill Rivers International I of Weights and Scales, the Union
Jacksonville presented a set of mud County Sheriff's Office Bradford-
flaps to each first place winner. Union Vo-Tech instructors and the
Blount Pontiac of Gainesville con Florida Highway Patrol.

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Youth Flips Car Faulty Brakes Cause Inmate Parker was finally ordered to also under life v \ ,
a sentence in Virginia
his cell and the ...:, 1! '
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On Old La\vtey Rd. Parking Lot AccidentJohn over to a correctional officer.A [In the killing past a Goode young had boy written in that lettersto state. ""itf --'

Joe Allan Prevatt, 16, of Starke, J. Cowart III, 20, of Starkewas long line of witnesses testified for state officials and his victims' FRESH SPLIT
was cited for driving while intox- entering the parking lot Feb. 28 the state, however the 5-women families repeatly asking to be put to
icated and violation of restrictions at Florida State Prison when his I-man jury decided the incident was death and describing the pleasure he WholeThighs
when he flipped his vehicle at 1:30: brakes failed. Cowart was cited for not premed <'ated and found Parker took in killing the boys. Goode has FRYERBreast
a.m. on Old Lawtey Road Feb. 27 faulty equipment (tno brakes). guilty of the lesser charge. since changed his mind about dying
Prevatt lost control on a curve, left Cowart attempted to go betweentwo Sentencing will be at a later date, and would like to be used for study as Legs &
the roadway slide sideways, struck a parked vehicles but collided with according to Judge Wayne Carlisle.: to why he has the sexual desire for
stump and flipped, with the vehicle both of them. Damage to the unoc- children.A .
coming to rest on its top. Prevatt was cupied parked vehicles was $75. Death HowInmates
not injured according to Trooper M. Damage to Cowart's 1977 Ford federal judge in West Palm .
.. pickup. Receive > Beach issued a for William Lee
E Richardson. 'Of. "R was.$300.according to Trooper; Stay r stay a9' "
Damage to the 19BO Oldsmobile D.-C. Roberts! :.jV, :" ...:-7-4 ., ..,. ;* Thompson last Thursday. Thompsonwas ;
driven by Prevail was 4000. Scheduled for execution Marcn 2 sentenced to death for the $ '
FSP Inmates Found both Arthur Goode [III and.William torture-murder in 1976 of a Georgia 6 9' Lb'USDA
woman. The woman was brutally
Thompson received last minute 's.
Accident Guilty In Circuit Court beaten, kicked, burned with a lit Lb.

SIMG Inmate Earl Lewis Pender was Convicted child killer Arthur Godde\ cigarette, tortured with a chain, a Choice

Cornelis Auguslyn Ydo of Jackson- found guilty of battery of a law en III was denied a stay by Florida table leg and a nightstick.
ville forcement officer, Feb. 24, in Brad- Supreme Court but" was issued a stay ..
was driving west on SR-16 when Thompson attempted suicide
by the llth U. S. Circuit Court of SirloinSteak
ford County Circuit Court. Appeals (
he was struck by a vehicle backing Sunday. Goode was convictedin September 9, 1981, while on death row _
from a residence Feb. 24, in the Three correctional officers saw the 1976 homosexual of at Florida State Prison. The contents
murder
Cherry SI. area in Starke. Pender strike officer O. W. Muse in in south a of his suicide note were not made
boy Florida.
young Goode is
Henry Gerald Rhoden, 34, of Hampton the face during the noon hour on July public at that time.SQe "
was driving over the curb from a 22, 1981, at Florida State Prison. A '
residence and failed to see the approaching jury found Pender guilty as charged,
vehicle due to parked he will be sentenced at a later date, t.s MAXITANFor
M-hicles. according to Judge Wayne Carlisle. 't ? $29PORK ,
Rhoden was cited for having no tag
but was not cited for the accident, according Inmate W. T. Parker stood trial 4R 40 those of you who enjoy Western End Cut Lb.

to Patrolman Jerry Miller. Feb. 25, for the stabbings of a correctional : looking your best for those
Damage to Ydo's 1980 Chevy was officer and an inmate last Hi
$1,000, damage to Rhoden's 1970 September 4, 1981, at FSP. spring'9tlJsay and summer months. USDA Choice
Chevy was $200.

Gay Charged With counts Parker of was attempting charged to with committ two Lady Is now offering: CHOPS ChuckROAST

DWI, Leaving the Scene murder and one count of possession ofa MAXI-TAN
weapon by a state prisoner. The A convenient way lo acquire Ihe Ian now
William Arlen Gay, Starke, was arrested jury came back with a verdict of guilty mat olden apend monina uytnfl lo get '
in the Keystone Heights, Clay of a lesser included offense, attempted 3 minute- I hour o*bright aun.BUHOPOAM $
County area Friday, Feb. 26 and was murder in the 2nd degree on BODY WRAP 9 7
charged with DWI[ (driving while two counts and guilty of possession ofa I: ;::3' Dtacoverad by a doctor In Prance hundnaratof
under the influence) and leaving the weapon.On ; yean aflo and leer perfected by Ota Lb.
scene of an accident. 8wedl--Lone S'II tocaea IA h.M I Yoar
$147r.fi
The charges are the result of a hit Sept. 4 Sgt. Harry J. Owens was CBLUIUTB TMLATMBIWra
supervising U-wing when he observedtwo eomblnallon c18Wed1Mnw.e.and
and run accident which occured approximately A !
500 ft. north of,Gasline inmates involved in"horse play". IS Ulira-Sound to remove ttioae unaltfhHy C A
As Owens bump and bultfea.a .
Road. attempted to stop the inmates BESelect
According to the report from the he was stabbed in the back by wzeaStacyL.dy M1NKPAOA1.mi. .
Sheriff's Parker with a homemade knife. T... "V Mink Oil Uiheneareal natural dl to our Skinned
Clay office the
County 1970 :llM1' NW Street >-...*> *
Owens turned and was stabbed in the owntxidyo4laaoftena.arrMM>rhe>out
Dodge driven by Gay, crossed over *7-flaa l v>/ *
wrlnklea.help lo lone the akin. Western BeefLIVER
into the other lane of traffic and abdomen area twice more by Parker. _,
Must thU .
prevent flyer lo receive these apodal price
Another inmate tried to Owens
struck the right rear of a 1975 Ford help 'Hoi valid with any other coupon:: or anectal
pick-up Melrose.driven by Bonnie Taylor of and he was also stabbed by Parker. Gusts


Gay left the scene but was apprehended Li.'e..tocSJ'stellS LO-FAT 9
shortly after at the intersection Inc.Miiiiulai 17
of Gasline Rd and Im- .
mokalee Road. ,,,,,-,.., /MI'S/I*4 t ylapauofCATTLEMEN MILK Gal. 5-70

No extensive damage to either vehi-

cle or injuries were reported. BY WORKING YOUR CALVES Lb.
THROUGH OUR CALF TABLE
HOMO 'I ..

Accident US-301 ,, ,l,, YOU + at BWHBi

Washington St. .t ,

Marcus Felos Cruse was cited for '>(.1,: : .Reduce the Stress on Smoked
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reckless driving when he failed to \ : YourLrvestotkReduceyourTlmeandLabor ". .
slow for the traffic light and struck a ;. If $ HAMHOCKS
vehicle Feb. 28 on US-301. '- t. .Available. either Single / rl
Danny Lovelle Luke 27, of Starke, '.> '.. or Double Units
was slowing for the light when his 1975Chevy

pickup was struck at 1:57 a.m. .'
by Cruse, damage to Luke's pickupwas .l, ,j, I. ; We Manufacture
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8500.There ,.,' Complete Line of
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were no injuries in the accident I'. Livestock Equipment.Handling Flat 21/z Ooz. *
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Damage to Cruse's 1977 Chevy (

pickup was $1,500. according to' x I ", r .,. 'SQUEEZE FRESH ft
Patrolman Ricky Bennett. CHUTES LOADING CHUTES CORMAL PANELS 9 Lb
w>. / .+ CALF TABLE. CATTLE CROWD SYSTEMS 1
Minor Accidents ,.;. .* ROUND BALE FEEDER .. HORSE STALL EGGS
.' .. PALPATION CAGES .+ .
Starke RODEO .
Area ..,t' EQUIPMENT GATES
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Phyllis Bell Chagnon. 23, of Starke 'f.. t l HOG 4 SHEEP CROWD SYSTEMS 105 Edwards Road, Starke

was cited for careless driving when 4 r STOP BY OUR RETAIL SALES CENTE The Across from Bradford Square

she struck a parked vehicle as she 1, ,;, ".", LOCATED 3 MILES SOUTH OF WALDO ON HWY.301 '
was entering Hampton on CR221. Injured / 964.8290

in the accident was an occupant ...
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parked vehicle Priscilla M. ; "
Janurin.65. of Hampton. She was not DEALERSHIPS AVAILABLE Livestock Systems Inc _I I, '
hospitalized according to Trooper B. Meat StorIf'
A. Williams. _

Damage to Chagnon's 1980 Honda P. O. Box 564 Waldo, FL 32694 CALL'((904)) 468-2944
wagon was $150. damage to the park
ed 1976 American was $100.


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Meeting Keystone's Controversial Mr. Khalsa I IBy


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Linda Wharton the equality of all men, and the fact Sikhs are also householders, Khalsa The couple's entertainment consists years, the Sikh religion became a way Heights, ?
Monitor Staff Writer"I that there is only one God, instead of stated, explaining that he Is the headof mainly of television movies books of life for him. In 1974 Khalsa took the
'' came here with the attitude of the many Gods the Hindus worship. the family unit and members of the and music. Sikh vows, which, he points out, is In 1978, Khalsa moved to the Miami
area, then to Gainesville where he
participating, and contributing to the Sikh religion participate in communi- An accomplished artist, Meg, when equivalent to a Christian baptism.
"I believe in God Khalsa met Meg.
community, says Lake Keystone one activities. not painting signs commercially or Khalsa does not relate to his given
".": resident Sat Nam Singh Khalsa, who said.'"the perfect Creator, one ty"We believe we can grow spiritually working on a portrait for someone name at birth, and has changed his Last year he purchased a house
feels some people in town shun him God, adding that he believes that in the everyday world," he said, else, enjoys painting for her own en- name legally to Sat Nam Singh which had to be moved from Its
.. because he is "different.. God created man in his own image, joyment. She won first in the oil Khalsa. Gainesville site. Khalsa said he looked
and, therefore, does not believe he comparing the difference of their life place
while he lived in New Mexico,
For a for property in the Gainesvillearea
painting category at the Festival of
: Newly planted fruit trees have been to that of hermit monk whose
; should change his a or a
appearance for
physical the where there is a regional center but that there were too
in Lakes art show last year prices
pulled up Khalsa's yard and beliefs them from the outside
a to suit fashions remove
today s or Sikhs. Khalsa helped found a After ad in
The Khalsa's are vegetarians, but pre- high. noticing an a shop-
threatening note has been world.
placed on fads. That is why, he explained, he school for the children in the Ashram Khalsa the
about
.. this is a personal choice because they per inquired pro-
the studio door of his wife, a sign does not cut his hair and does not Khalsa's wife Meg, is not of the shares the
community "Everyone Lake, which
on was
painter. shave."I Sikh religion, but she in think it is healthier. He said that it is perty Keystone
participates responsibility of the children," he within his means. He and Meg -
.. 'some of the practices of the religion, not necessarily a characteristic of his purchased
Khalsa and his wife, Meg, moved wear the turban for several for example the Sadhana ( religion.Sat said.How the property and now make
,here last June from Gainesville, reasons," Khalsa said. "To keep my Sad-na). pronounced Nam Singh was not always of did Khalsa end up in Keystone Keystone Heights their home

literally bringing their house with hair clean, to protect it from harmful The couple rises very early in the the the Sikh religion. -... ..-.., Quail Squirrel
: them on a long flat-bed trailer. radiation from the sun and also morning, around 4 a.m., and perform His ethnic background is Italian ,
Khalsa feels the circumstances because it is a symbol l to indicate their Sadhana, which is a spiritual both parents coming to the United Season to CloseThe
States from Italy. Born in New York
equality.
; : relating to this movetraffic practice that lasts approximately two 1981-82 small will
tied game season
up City on Dec. 27, 1936, Khalsa attended
hours.
for hours on the route and then the Other characteristics his dress, school there, then earned a degree in Gti r, N come to a close March 5 in the south
final blow of a tree falling on his symbolic of the Sikh religion, are that "It is partly physical, part"medita- electrical from part of the state and two days Idler
Cooper
engineering
neighbor's roofleft tion, chanting, and Khalsa will close in the northern
some Keystone he wears a small comb in his hair. prayer Union College in New York N portion
residents with a bad taste in their "This symbolizes the need for keep- explained. He discribed the physical He worked in the electrical field until On Friday March 5, the season for
mouths toward him. ing yourself well groomed and aspect of the Sadhana as being quail and squirrel will end at one-half
1961 when he was drafted into the
somewhat like the practice of Yoga, hour after in
clean, Khalsa said. sunset that portion of t he
The be-turbaned Italian feels local but explained that the Sadhana is Army. After an honorable dischargein state lying south of State toad ..0(>
residents are cool because of his out- He also wears a stainless steel more related to religion than to Yoga. 1963, Khalsa returned to New York which crosses the state through the
of-the-ordinary dress and bearded ap- bracelet. "It is worn on the action "It builds spiritual conciousness," City and started teaching high Orlando area.
pearance, traditional of his religion. hand and is to remind us to act Khalsa says, "then we are ready to go school. .+4. dr The Friday closing will allow for
righteously always," he said. our and do our daily Saying he was unhappy with his life ,4I'
separate ways the of
opening
Khalsa, who works on his own as a about this time Khalsa stated he spring turkey season
z carpenter, says his way of life and Khalsa said that he is also requiredto work.Instead of the Bible, the moved to California and went back to the following day. Saturday. :March <>.
reading
::::: religion has been a deterrent in his wear a certain type of underwear, school, using his GI benefits He earned in that same portion of the state
E : to find which is to remind Sikhs the need for Sikhs have their own scripture,called CorrectionA For the rest of the state, the portion
ability permanent, full-time a masters degree in special educa-
Sir! Guru Granth, in that it in-
unique lying north of State Road and
in the modesty and the importance of fidelity. Sf) quail
; employment Keystone area. tion at the State University of California -
cludes writings from other Eastern picture of Farrah Hinson was ac- squirrel season will remain open until
: Khalsa is a member of the Sikh faiths.Siri at San Francisco in 1)70! cidentally omitted from the Tiny Sunday March 7, The spring lurki-v
:=:.: (pronounced seek) religion, which Another outward characteristic of Guru Granth is a collection of It was during this time that Khalsa Dream Girl contestants featured In gobbler season will open there I he-
; was started in India in the early 1500's the Sikh religion is the knife that spiritual poetry set to rythm and became involved with Kundalini last week's edition of The Telegraph following Saturday. March ii:
-: : by a man called Guru Nanak. Khalsa Khalsa carries in its sheath on his hip. sung, usually by the congregation of Yoga and he moved into an Ashram Miss Hinson was also misidentified Complete information on hunting
-said the basic idea of this religion is to "This is to remind us to protect the Sikhs. a spiritual center "a" place of pro- within the text of the accompanyingstory. small game or spring turkey gobblersmay
do away with the caste system, which weak and helpless and to defend the "We live very modestly," Khalsa tected consciousness. Shortly alter She is the four-year-old be obtained from any offircat
divides people into classes (social and righteous," Khalsa said, "maintaining points out, "paring our living expenses that,he had an opportunity to go to In- daughter of Ferrell and Marie Hinsonof the Game and Fresh Water Fish< inn
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I Keystone Heights AdsFOR Starke Family Planning Clinic


SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS CARS FOR RENT PERSONAL Tubal LIgation (Tubes tied) ;|1


LAKE LOT on tend bottomed TRUCKS HOMES SERVICES & Vasectomies g|
FURNISHED MOBILE
lake COMPLETE SINGLE CAR WHOLESALE AUC
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down. $146.44 Hlllcrest.month.$800 garage door outfit $100.Heavy TIONevery. Monday. 7 $130 and up. 4732879. ACCOUNTANT retired No Abortions performed
per lake Geneva Mobil Home No Hospital stay necessary ||
Phone 473.4058 or duty regulation size p.m. Truck loads- Tools, 1972 CHEVROLET WAGON available part-time. Full
ping-pong table with Furniture, Groceries, Electronics Park. 3/4 tfnchg services.
473.4367 offer 6 p.m. dependable $300. 7'x12' Including lax 964-6500 '
tfnchg 3/4 equipment $35 473-7140 Jewelery, Toys light duty trailer frame OFFICE SPACEfacIng returns 473-2034 4tpd
Lawrence Blvd.. Next doorto Sm
I 34KENMORE
tpd Games Novelties. Pottery 2/18-3/11
LAKE LOTS AND ACREA E.- $50 473.7045. 2tchg
K.yston. Height, owner Heavy. Duty dryer Clothing Household TWO VOLKSWAGEN Andrew Drug. Call CHILD CARE In my "hbmewith
financed 12 percent In $100. 4751115. Itchg 3/4 Items Many Miscellaneous CAMPERS One Pop-up, 413.3411.3/4 tfnchg. hot meals and Tl_
AKC REGISTERED Collie pup. Item. 95% New M.rchan.dl. 3 BR. 2 BATH furnishedmobile 473-3562
teed Lot on clear sand One straight top. Cheap. 4tpd 2/18.3111'
bottomed lake, priced to pie. $150 each. In time lorEa.ter. .. Public Auctions, 473.4336 or 481.4004.2tchg home $220 per CARPENTER WORK,.f t''IStarke; Ads
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..11 from 9900. One to Ready April 3 very Friday 7 p.m; Every. 1974 VW SUPER BEETLE month Keystone Heights' Remodeling work, kitchen
473.2584 1 1tchg34.MISCELLANEOUS. Sunday Afternmoon 2 Realty Realtor 4734961. cabinets; and T
five acres overlooking lake New paint job new seat trim Ii
(access availabl.) with p.m. New, Used and Junk. cover Runs greatl ONE 2/411n ROOM chg. EFFICIENCY carpenter. Reasonabl PERSONAL PERSONAL BOATS |
nice tree from $3,600 Everyone. Welcome. 4733628. tchg 3/4 prices Call 473-2477, 7:3C:
$500 down $50 a month. Highway 17 North at City apartment on Lake a.m. 5:30: p.m 3/4 tfnchg SERVICES SERVICES
Commercial frontag.. BINGO. .AMERICAN Limits Palatka Fl. Geneva across from tennis 1911 15.S GLASTRofiSSVI50 I
Investment opportunity LEGION HALL. SR21. Tele-684.4523 Auctioneer WANTEDUSED court. $125 per month. BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete with 85 Envinrud4j"
Col. Bill Perry. 4tpd First, last $50 damage service, circular Used only seven times;
SR-21 N. Owner-talesman. Saturday, 7 p.m. and Sundays GOODMAN CAR WASH sharpening '
4734375. tfnchg 3/4 2 to 5, Public Invited.. 225318.: I deposit Phone 473-7086 Steve Broadway I Wash wax and .vacuum hand carbide, $4995. Call 4734185. Itch
WILSON T-2000 I.nni.rocqu.ts after 6 4tchg 2/11.3/4 -
BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA 3/4 RUMMAGE SALE Sponsored p.m. chain mower blade hollow 3/4
tfnchg SERVICE (inside and out). $13. Corner
by Melrose Woman'sClub call 473-2210 I( or MOBILE HOME 2 BR, gas TREE and balanced. JOHNSON OUTBOARD
access lots from $3.500, ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS ground
SR-16 and 301, Signal
5:00 utilities. Excellent condi MOTOR 50 hp. ExcellerO
Parish 473.4380 alter : p.m.tfnpd24
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Episcopal leave at Jackson Building
$500 down. $71.74 Closed
per Removal Station. 9648283. 2/04 tfn Cofl
month... Discount on entire meeting Monday 8 p.m. Hall. Melrose March 5-6 9om. lion. References $150 first YOU ARE INVITED to choose Supply In Stark. K.y'an.H.ight. condition $150. *
takeover and last month in advance.. 4734185. Itchg 3/4 ?
PARTY
RESPONSIBLE to
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5 Donations accepted. Lake Butl.r.TFchg .
10 acre One Waterfron Open meeting Friday 8 p.m. Trimming from an outstanding (election or
Grandin 1.659.2460
payment on a 1981 tchg
lot Call 4734375. 3/4 p.m. Alanon Monday 8 Itpd 3/4 of distinctly Jewelry[ ,
Ford Pickup F-100, 3 3/4 COMMERCIAL
tfnchg All Free Estimate ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
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p.m. meetings home decor and
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CABIN Lake Johnsonarea gifts a
1 BR,
speed radio and CB radio
BLUEBERRY Educational YARD SALE : !
PLANTS.largethird Building Community Lady Lloyd Ham Fashion PROPERTY ;.
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Low Mileage. Phone fire place, screened :
Phone 964.5148 9647619.
$4.50. Riverland Church 473.2790 or
year. or Show For Information
473-4732 more
Farm., wholesale-retail. 4752130. 3/4 tin chg. YARD SALE Every Mondayand 473-7310.1 tpd3/4 porch unfurnished $125 call 944-627 after 3 TFchg ..
Weekdays after 6 p.m. and OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo Friday, electric appliances month. You pay utilities. After 5 P.M. p.m. 2/2 2tpd 3/11 SEWING MACHINES BRADFORD MhNI.
weekends call 1.468.2769 due, fee or weigh. furniture, odds WANTED TO BUY Freezerfor 473-3418. Itchg 3/4.. TRACTOR WORK) All types, REPAIRED All make WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX
4tpd 2/4.3/4 ins, open meetings Tuesday and end. New items every KRA concession stand. Keystone Heights moving discing, etc. cleaned oiled and ad- for sole. 80 pet.
OAK FOREST LOT. 5 ocr., 7.30; p.m., St. Anne's week in front of Western Call 4732692. 2/25 tfn HOMES FOR Gardening preparing and lusted $15. Work owner financing availableat .
corner lot. Assume low interest Episcopal Church, Auto on SR-21 and C214. planting. Call 9645219. guaranteed James I 11 pct r/t acres With
rote. Priced 10000. Keystone Heights Thurs Call 4732658. 2/11-2/25 SALE 2/25 2tpd 34I Strickland corner Morgan room for expansion. Pha/ie
Call collect 2699707. day,9.30, : a.m., CommunityState FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. 9 HELP HuittUy I, Radf cam's WOULD LIKE to shore nice 3 Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg owner 473.2733.924tfnREf"
Walter William Realty, Bank of Stark. a.m.-3 p.m., Geneva Lake WANTEDWORKING GOING OVER SEAS-MUST SERVICES BR home with couple or CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed -
4tchg 2/25.3/18. 473.2790 or 9648587. 2/4 Estate Turn on Dogwood SELL cute 2 bedroom I working gentleman Free estimate Handy- '
SPINET CONSOLE PIANO tfn chg. Drive off SR-21 sooth. Last CLASS HEROES house, lake access, 9646806. I tchg 3/4 Man Fence Co. 9648559.

FOR SALE .Wanted: BINGOLion* Club across house on left. Itpd 3/4 Employment Service. Serving beautiful large wooded r 4714140r IF YOU WANT TO ploy the TFpd. 1281.TYPEWRITER ) ".
Responsible party to takeover from high school SATURDAY MARCH 6 9 a.m. Keystone Height and lot. assumable mortgage / .' I t. guitar, then I'm the guy to REPAIR! Call '
piano. Can be seen Tuesdays, Early Bird 7 3 p.m., four family sale. Melrose areas. Low fees at 9 3/4 %. Call owner reel Guitar lesson for the Office Shop. 110 W. OvROOM ..I
locally. Write Mr. Power., p.m., Regular, 7.30; p.m. Electric typewriter, cane 4734472. 1/7 3/25 pd 4732735. tlnchg 3/4 _' 471-4252 beginner nt Mac' Music Call St., Stork, for details
Box 327, Carlyle, Illinois, Public Invited. 3/4 tin chg. chair, sewing cabinet, FOR SALE Lake Geneva Shop" call 9647391. 3/4 9645764. tIn. The Recovery. Room of
62231 or call 404-232.4420, NEEDLECRAFTERS EARN household item, clothingand Mobile Home Sales, $7,770 21pd 3/11 GLASS CUT TO ORDER: lake City Local Dish
Rome Go. 2tchg 2/25-3/4. EXTRA MONEY Teach. toys. Fairway Ave. MISCELLANEOUSFREE l EVERETT UPRIGHT PIANO. Demonstrat needlecraft, 1fc hg3/4 14X50 Liberty Double Appliances Will give. good work, Interior JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Home
Excellent condition. Ask. Coll Lisa at 1.752.2778 or EVERY THURSDAY FRIDAY TO GOOD HOME Grey wide. storting at 13995. or exterior, Honest 9646078. Orders also 964-5757 Storke. Fl.
ing 1400. Call 473-2172 write Lisa Pitts. Rt.8. Box SATURDAY New item & white male kitten need Come check all of our S.ninelr.dford C with good referrences. taken In lake Butler

21pd 3/4.3/11. 451 Lake City. Fl. 32055 weekly. 3 miles north of good home. 9 wks old exceptionally models and special prices, Clay Counties Call 9646971. Itpd 3/4 496-3079 and Keystone

2/25.3/11 3tpd. Keystone on SR-21, Look affectionate.Call '/a mile East of Keystoneon .La.._. 1h4., 11".1811. AUTO REPAIR road service, Heights, 4734973. 2/26: Classified Ads :::;,:,
for signs. 2tpd 3/4-3/11. 473-3932. tchg 3/4 Hwy 100. tfnchg 3/4 pick up and delivery 24Kmirft. tfn. Get Results
Average 1 Hnu .sr. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK ;
vice 1 -9 :i55i.-3i4-ti: SERVICE: Bradford County

TerwillegarMotors T _____ 1 GENE REESE Mobile $50.residential We also pump-outs re-lay drain BRADFORD COUNTY
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__ REALTY lines. Phone 9648121.
___ Moved 5/28 TFchg.PROFESSIONAL. TELEGRAPH
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__ GENE REESE, REALTOR statewide Car Clean- 964-6305
Local or Ing Service. Cleaned
WHITE SANDS LAKE: moves. Set-up &: connections washed, glazed
206 W. Madison St. 964-7200
done. Call sanitized and
Beautiful lake lot with 3 vacuumen.
BR, 1'% bath home.Cedar 1-462-4587 evenings. deodorized. $7.00. pick-up MUST SELL
I Introduces the all I closet, Fla. room 48504'4: and delivered. or your ',to
tl lots of place. Call 964-7226 ask
New 1983RANGER rr $20,000 storage.Assumable loan STROUT REALTY INC. for Dennis. 12/10 tfn One Time Only
Lorraine Broker FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS ,
at 9'/% Owner will hold Champion :.'*
138 N.Temple Ave. 2 Size Water Beds'
small 2nd. $63,500. King ,
144 W.Call St. .
i Phone 9 44-.1931 Or
SILVER SANDS LAKE: Furnished complete suites
473-309 9* -7303
r' 2 BR, 1 bath with Evening

4 $14,000 assumable 9'/. W. t F. OpenT. 9 tll 5:30 7 pc. chrome and glass
loan Owner will consider 17 BR. 1 bath, plus 1 BR fur- Thurs. 11 am till wicker dining room set
PICK U P
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nished rental good terms
2nd mortgage, Sat. io 9 am til 3 PM
28500. acreage, great potential Niagra massage chair>
Appolntm.nt.Not
s a 3 BR, 1 BA: on 5 acre*. Homes, farms, A waterfront Always Necessary 19 inch Quaser color TV

$ave Hundreds Live oaks. fruit tree, properties, catalog call 107 tfn w/remote control .
for all
large fertile area for now buyers across I

FORD RANGER garden. $22,300 America. CUSTOM I Quaser 4 hour VTR.

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OFFICE 473.7076 list With Us TodayWE .
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Carter's TV YARD SALE FOR RENT LAND HELP FOR SALE FOR SALE

Hwy 225, Lawtey FOR SALES WANTED

New & Used TWO FAMILIES Sat., 9 a.m. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE 530 CASE TRACTOR Heavy KING SIZE WATERBED File t

til 6 p.m.. Sun.. '.4 p.m. HOME PARK mobile home $241.20 WEEKLY Workingpart duty Industrial with loader cabinet armchair piano.
Color TV'sAntenna's White brick hou. next to and for rent ACRES OP LAND Surveyedwith or full time at home and grade.box. Excellent hld.-a.b.d couch and

Archie Tanner Funeral Recreational spaces vehicle marker Approx. 2 Weekly paychecks mailed condition $7500.00 chair. 9647189. Itchg 3/4 /7'rwilJjar

: Sp.c. In receiving Ham. US.301 S. (Michelle welcome Phone 468-2912. miles SW of Raiford on directly to you from Home 473-4417 1/14 tfn 63 2 TON CMC truck,

Channel' 30 & 47 Parker). Couch and chairs TFchg SR-121. 22 feet road fron Office. Start immediately.No HAYi Very good quality, for make excellent pulpwood

.. 782-3577 good condition. $175, chair HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping tage. $1600 per'acre. Call experlenc necessary. cattle and horses Clifford truck. $1250 '68 Firebird ":7 LREALTY

and ottoman, $75; twin room, TV, and air. ((904)781-5171.) tfn National company Details Martin, phone 964-7145. .ouped.up. excellent con / ,..
am 7 pm 12/3" size box spring and mattress Underwood Motel. 3 miles FIVE ACRE WOODED LOT. and application mailed 2/11 4tchg304BLUEBERRY dition, $2.000; '67 El .

$25; dishes; North of Stark. on Hwy. Small equity, assume Send your name and address 8 GRAPE plants. Camino GTO. one of Its ," .
YARD SALE household Items; electric 301. 10/9 tfn payments of $94.00 mon to: Bond Industries, Prices reasonable. Varying kind $800: '66 Jeef 4x4. PHONE 964-7776 -
coffee pot; con opener, 77, Kendalia with size and age and truck 55.000 original
3 BR, I IA LIVING ROOM. thly. Keystone area. Phone Hiring Dept. CECELIA
.tc, sheets, towels, quantity purchased. miles, $750, 473.2736. 205 N. StarkeIT'S
'GARAGE SALE Thr. dining room & kitchen, 964-7933 after 6 p.m. 3/4 Texas 78027. 2/25 2tpd 3/4 Tf.HWIUf.6M Temple,
blankets, lamps, womens, Longneckers. near Earlton. tchg 3/4
central heat and air. In
., Fri. & Sat. 2tpd 3/11
families' March
mens boys" clothing and LIVE-IN COMPANION Light See signs. 475-1151. 2/11 COUNTER TOP STOVE and
5 & 6. 8 a. til 5 Hampton. Phone 468-1779. BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT
m. p m."Dotusn other housekeeping. Must drive 3/04
misc. items Itpd 3/4 month. rent In advance.)57 4tchg wall oven. $100, coUch and INCREDIBLE I IWE'RE
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510. 4-door sedan; 2-FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday tfn Gulfvlew Subdivision near cor. Care of Invalid man, FOR SALE: Farmall Cubb chair. $50. Call 964.88'14. PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
: baby hi-chair, car seat; ) County Club. $8.800. Call Room and board $75 '
March per with .
6, 6-5 weston Tractor runs good
go LAKEFRONT RENTAL 2 BR, I CARPET, NEW I USED: Furnlture
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'bedspreads: linens: SR-i from Stark to 964-8878.3/4 2tchg 3/11 week. Call 964-5855 Ichg I some equipment, & appliances SPECIAL 1 1

'dishes: silverware, pots 8 Bayless Hwy (SR.225)) then BA tially on furnished.Crosby Lake.One Par 3/4 $1600.00. 964.8503 after 4 Plumb. fixtures and pipes HANDSOME new brick 3 BR 2 BA home !,
''pans: double bed, 3 miles North. Blue blockhouse yrs. FULL TIME HARDWAREMAN 4tchg 2/19 3/11
HOMES p.m. BARGAIN CENTER US-301 .
lease. $225 per mo. W.ig.1R.alty in ConnerEstates.) Fireplace, appliances. :
Yhotguns; sewing No calls
phone Ap.
on right. Watch for : SHETLAND GELDING 1 2 tin
2/5
282-5201. 1/28 yrs. So.. 9646679.
""machine, fans; toasters; signs.. Itchg 3/4 tfn Inc.. FOR SALE ply' in person. ACME Hardware old. Very gentle, Neg DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN Excellent insulation. J,
carpets; and 39,500 btu go.&at.r GARAGE SALE and 301 E. Call St.. '
with blower. 7 Car IN LAWTEY: 3 BR home. $250 Coggins, w/saddle and bridle HOUSE 301 South Bradford Vlllos-A new concept in lifestyle with !'ow
-/miles south of Stark. on Wash Sat., March 6, Sale at per month. first and last in NEEDED Stark. Itchg Someone 3/4 to do $150. Call 964-7885 964.6740. We buy' and sell maintenance; adult housing offering charm. comfort A

SR-100, on left. GloversetJes building north of Baldwin advance, plus ...curityd.po.lt. lOVELY CEDAR HOME. 3 BR. minor after 5 p.m. 2/25 2tpd 3/4 used furniture and ap quality along with energy efficiency
Chev.-Olds repairs including
benefits go to FOR SALE: Plants, seeds. 'fnRECONDITIONED
( Poultry Farm. Itpd 3/4 Bradford Call Janet M. 2 BA with large rooms.Fireplace. ceiling tile replacement pliances. 8/13 * C C * *
Pop Warner. All dolomite feed
fertilizer ,
Realtor 782-3931. TVS: Colors
Starling 12x20 scr..n.dporch.
BIG BARN SALE Friday' and sorts of items. 8 a.m. til ?? tfn Apply to St. Mark'sEpiscopal Moonlight Enterprises, at $100.00. EXECUTIVE HOMES
2/11 starting
Furniture Privacy garden. Church. Luxurious brick home near Country Club lots of
Saturday. Car Wash at Community KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS Hwy. 100, Bradford Union Trade.In's welcome Phone
desks, tools, clothes (baby State Bank In Bradford for rent at low Many extras. One yr. old. 964.6126, Monday' through County Line ((904)) '16-2093. 964-8212. 6/11 1 tin storage. 3 BR, 2 BA, well detigned. Priced right

and adult). some dishes Square. US 301 South 8 weekly rates Call TempleMotel Assum. mortg. 11 1 !V. % Friday', 8:30: II 30 3/4 4tchg 3/25 FIREWOOD: White' oak and Stunning 4 BR 2'/. BA brick home w/pool de..k paved

motorcycle, lots of ether a.m. til ?? Itchg 3/4 9647357. 2/18 EOW after 5 PM. 4737059. 1/21 References necessary FEEDER PIGS Yorkshire; pine. $5 per truckload drv'wy, study, I.E. FR w/flreplace on 1 ac overlooking

things. 301 South across BIG RUMMAGE SALE Fri. 8Sot.1 MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom tfn tchg 34EXPERIENCED two. fen ton Cumberlond Oak 4x4 s. $30 half cord. golf course. Appliances. 2830 sq. ft
-from Indian River fruit behind 1 bath on one acre fenced, BY OWNER: 2 BR frame HAIR STYLIST feed lank,, JI25 each Cod Call Sunshine Acres Geneva Lk. Est. energy eff. home. Circle dry'wy. 3BR 2
9-5
Calvary
stand red barn, look for house. Remodeled like wanted at David Barber .'.
Baptist Church In garage, storage shed $200 9646528 Jrchg 3/4 9647699. or come out bet. BA. $65,000. VA mtg. $37.824 / into
sign. 2/11 I tfn Fellowship Hall. Itchg 3/4 per mo. $100 deposit. Call new. On 1 '/. ac. Mostly ing and Hair Designers GE REFRIGERATOR with cycle ween 9:30: a.m. and 2.30 Magnificent Ig. home in Country Club Estates. 3 BR 3 BA

BIG RUMMAGE SALE: Fri. 622-5620 after 5 p.m. 2/25 panelled carpet. SR-127 Macclenny. Call 2596277. defrost. 15 eu. ft. $125. p.m. and we'II load for HUGE FR w/flrplace on 2 lots.

and Sat.. March 5 S 6. WANTEDGOOD tfn one half miles from I 110. ask for David. 3/4 2tchg Call 964-7625. Itpd 3/4 you. I '28 tIn Conventional home In Geneva Lk. Estates. 5 BR 2' BA

Clothing furniture, (chairs MOBILE HOME SPACE] Sacrifice, fast 10000. For 3/11 COMFORTABLE COTTAGE, S-V GALV. ROOFING: sunken FR w/flreplacer LR: DR; 3/4 ec wooded lot pv d
and recliner), twin headboards Bayless Hwy. Call 964.8877 more information, call INFORMATION ON shop and one acre of fertile 654.20; 7'.14.95; *'-$$.70; drv'wy excellent financing.

and mattresses, PRICES PAID for used or 964-8177. Itchg 3/4 1-275.2153.2/11 4 tpd 3/04 AlASKAN and OVERSEAS land one block from 9'$6.45; 1057.20: ll'.$?| LAKEFRONT

table and two chairs, mobile homes If mortgageIs 2 BR UNFURNISHED APT. for IN LAWTEY 2 BR home on employment. Excellent income US.301.! 12500. Phone 9-5: 12'-$8.70. All sites Tropical lot on beautiful lake Geneva. Only $24.200.

glasswar., toys dishes 3/4 paid or more.OliN'S Rent. 120 Myrtle St., stove, corner lot, Clifford Martin potential Call 964-7195. Itpd 3/4 picked up. Jacksonville.We Board/batten cottage. Lk. Brooklyn.$41.
and much more. Come on MOBILE HOME SALES ref. & carpet furnished. No 9647145. 2/25 2tchg 3/4 ((312)741-9780) Extention LADY KENMORE top manufacture. Call toll
clear Silver Lk.
Home
on crystal Lov.ly.$15.000.
by. 502 N. Westmoreland 9645606. Open 7 days" pets. No children. $95.00 333 N. WALNUT STl Shown 4258. 3/4 4 tpd 3/25 loading Coppertone par. free 1-800.342.2702.. 3/4 .
Custom built home. Little Lk. Santa Fe 2 Ac $110.000
U.S. POSTAGE STAMPS Due
off Call
Pratt St. Proceeds toBopti.1 table dishwasher; $50.
go weekly. TFchg month. 964.B944. 3/4 Call 4tchg 3/25
only."
"*" by appointment Bedford Lk.-Owner. fin. S77.0OO.
Church to postage rate increase. 964 8708 1 tpd 3/4
1nyrna AXLES I TIRES 2 axles + 4 CULLIGAN fully automatic 3/4
9645888. 2/25
2tchg .
mens Softball team. Itpd tires We pick-up $100; water conditioning. $3.75 national company Immediately THREE HOLSTEIN STEERS 13 FOUR COWS bred $450 each BUY NOW B PROFIT LATER

i 3/4 You deliver $125. Olms per mo. Installation' extra. OWNER FINANCING on 3 needs a mos. old, weights, 450 to ; 10 mos. old bull $400 Owner Financing In Lawtey 3 BR CH'A Approx 1500
GARAGE SALE Saturday Mobile Home Sales, Hwy. Limited offer. Call LAKE BEDFORD. distributor in this area to 500 pounds. Make offer plus several calves Call sq. ft. Stucco on 1 ac. pv'd. driveway garoge

{%March 6, 515 E. Jackson St.I 100 W Stark. 964-5606. 9647638. 3/4 4tpd 3/25 bedrooms 2 bath with service pre-established accounts Also heavy duty wheel after 5 964.8916 or -7.,, Ac. an Forsythe Rd. 14x&0' MH metal barn pecan

$ a.m. to 3 p.m. Itchg 3/4 TFchg STARKE Three bedroom large eat-in kitchen 12x24 No selling. barrow. $20. Call 9645388. 964.6422. 1 tchg 3'4 peach apple trees. Grapevine. $38.000.

:SPRING CLEANOUT SALE: CASH PAID for aluminumcans. one bath house convenientto screened porch detached Minimum Investment DEEP WELL SUBMERSIBLEpump. 1981 FillY. bay' colored. out Lots 63& 65 on Cypress St. Crystal Lk. Hamesites. $4.900

I Several families and 21*. Copper brass shopping $225 mo., first carport w/storage $4995. Call TOLL FREE $125. Call 964.5747. of 'Texas Longhorn AAA Commerclal-250' on Hwy. 301. Owner financing.

shops Depression old and batteries H & R Block and last plus $150 damage 62500. Call 473-3186. 1 1-800-835-2246 Ext. 112 I or Itchg 3/4 stakes placed ($1.000 stud 809 N. W..tmor.land.N.arly new Assum mtg

i glass pottery furniture, office 31 S. 6th St., Mac. deposit. 4681509. Itpd 3/4 2/25 4tchg 3/18 writeS.E.I. Inc.. 811 I Atlanta POOL TABLE: Slate top Very fee) and 'Fill-My.Pocket Excellent commercial prop. Many uses. Approx I ac

i 'TV's, dinnerware, odds n' clenny, Florida. Call FOR RENT Furnished 3 Road CummIng. Ga. good condition. Accessories AA." $800 Call 964-5078 w/155 ft. on 301. Steel bldgs. Extras too numerous to 11"Comm.rciollot

i ends, pocket change. 2596992. 1/07 tfn bedroom mobile home CARS&TRUCKS 30130. Florida Adv. I 1.0. included $550. Itchg 3/4 with 120 ft. on US-301. Good buyl!
across from Waldo Flea NEED TO RENT Florida Corrections No. 492. 3/4 311MANAGEMENT Call 964.6052. Itchg 3/4 .
Griff Loop. $135 per GRASS SEED: Argentia large CB Home on 20 ac. SR 18. Sacrifice Make O'fei
i Market, Thurs. ft Fri.. 10 TRAINING: AT STUD AKC White .
employee movingto month, $100 deposit Bahia In 50 1500 Ib bulks Geneva Lake Estates-Beautiful wooded > oc lots
> ,gm. to 6 p.m. 468.9442. area from out of state 964-8704. 3/4 Itpd Excellent opportunity for miniature poodle $40 stud Call Dr Pennington
1981 CHEV. VAN Small Clean hills. Tennis courts
: V-8 neighborhood w/rolllng
i ,1 Itpd' 34SATURDAY looking for 1 BR furnished SHOP FOR RENT: 108 E. Call individual who is hardworking fee Call 964.8169 anytime. 964.6411 Itchg 3 4
17 mpg PS, PB A/C, Auto. 7TH Day Advent. Church. Rd. 230 A.
honest and
( : 9 a.m. t.14 p.m. efficiency apartment, St. Ideal for pawn shop. loyal I Itpd 3/4
trans., FM/AM, cruise control 615 Melton Terrace-See to Appr.clote'B.ss.nt )
For call
i 126 S. Water St. across sleeping room In private Rent negotiable. Call appointment TWO FREEZERS: one upright.
S from Stark. Power Plant. home with limited cooking 964-7189. Itchg 3/4 exterior appearance 964.7461 Sunday after 2 6 mos. old $200. still Hill Security Service Rd.3 BR, 2 BA. Great location.
group. must sell. Pricenegotiable. and all Acreage-Davis St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park' ?
; Furniture, clothing 'etc privileges or will shore KINGSLEY LAKE Adorable p.m. day Monday" under warranty locksmithing
I I chg, 34SATURDAYI house. Will furnish home, private dock heat 964-6870. 2/25 Itchg 3/4_ Freezer/Icebox combined and 334 N. Myrtle-Convenient and reasonable

: 8 a.m. til ?? references. Write P.O. and air, 2 bedroom 1 bath, 3tchg 3/4 $225. A/C under warranty Burglar -S Acres near Hampton. Well alec pole septic tank
1977 GMC VAN Two
{ Three fgmjly)! (fantqstie sale Drawer A, Stark., Fla. living/dining room combination tone MISCELLANEOUS'BAKERS like new. $250. Calii36A .Fire, Alarms (!* 4.78 Acres an 230A and Wilson Rd. .,
call
964-7275.
.
.
J Included are: double bed.I! 32081,2/25 tfn,... _'h kitchen new 1 tcha.3L.4-paint __.:. ''v' .._ .5.441L..QU.2, .l9.i! 24 Hour Service'f904r473,354q.- ""to.c!!! _New Rlver.Hjgh, and polling: ,. ..V. V-'j
u.P. tn 1wI'j11a -EM tYf 1t'Ula j '.dishwasher; simply lots of l*62 BUICK SPECIAL-: LP CAST: 1 I'a't111. only./ Cane seen at Olin's Realtor Associates-After Hovrs-" -_

...-' .QPIr.o.'IiJ"" Ikoa., Retired couple want job as charm. Available April 1, Aluminum V-8, Automatic.: owned and operated We Trailer, Park. Itchg 3/4 I Don Hill Owner Wayne E. Douglas Brokar-Salasman 964.6593

:e59a stick fan suitcase resident manager for $300 FIRM. 533-2818 or Excellent condition $400. strive to give better prices Fred Sackett- Broker-Salesman 468-1664

tfens) valet books 150Pomp. motel or apartment com 533-2196.3/4 4tchg 3/25 473-4185. Ichg 3/4 and services. We rent or Lillian Pearson Broker-Salesman 964.5318Novls

., meter box, old plex. Call 19042375277. MOBILE HOME Two 1910 FORD F-IOO; short sell tanks and furnish Ward S Broker-Salesman 944-7454

;:;:.cords, wigs girls and 2/25 2tchg 3/4 bedroom on Griffls Loop. wheel base, 6 cyl., speed cylinders We solicit I r / Byron Terwlllagor-964-7776 Martha Dorko.782.33'11
::Womens clothes, shoes WANTED People with commercial First and last month rent w/overdrive power steering customers who own their I ... __ / vn. cJi / Anne Terwlllagor Nalson-475-1677

::jSnd purses, misc, kitchen & Industrial plus deposit. No pets. Call radio topper white tank. Call 259.6810, Mac.

:tjSems and lots more. Very' related backgrounds 964-8816. tpd 3/4 spoke rims, 32.000 miles, clenny; 7823349. Lawtey, Realtor Classified Ads Get Results
Reasonable (cheap) prices: Unusual opportunity In the SMALL 2 BR HOUSE Recently $5095. 7823460. Itchg 3/4 2/18 4tchg 3/11
:: :eh.1 Church Rd. (C-230A) selling field. Company remodeled Married GARAGE SALE and CarWash 9047823931fjUNTRY

;"L% miles past hospital paid training fringe couple only. No children or LOSTFOUNDLOST Sat., March 6. Sale I on 2 oc. 3 B*, I V, BA perf.ct gardan space, BRADFORD RENTALS
:trailer with circular drive benefIts I Incentives, pets $175 per mo.. plus at building north of $.....500.

)JwRs. FRI. I SAT: 9 a.m. tiljj unusually high commissions. security. Call 9645417.Motorcycle Baldwin Chev Olds, SOMETHING DIFFERENT In a home In Strawberry Acre u.s. 301 N., Starke 964.8807 _
X30 Wringer-type Call 18005271193. Female black benefits to Bradford
t jj p.m. ) go You ow. II to yourself to look.
:;asher, Elvis picture, 830; a.m. 4:30: p.m. c.s.t. Labrador Retriever, Ap. Pop Warner All sorts of CLOSE TO HOSPITAL One acre homaslra 6000. Mowers -C.mp1nv EquIp -Gn Tampers
and lot of other 3/4 tpd 311Classified items. 8 til ?? Car I -Hanel Tools -Compruser
: (Juns a prox. one year old. Lost a.m. IQVfty HOME for r.'. coupfa. Scrn'd porches, fencedyd. -Tillers
1-dierchondise. 6 miles If SO SUZUKI 5501 Mint con seen in Little Santa Fe lake Wash at Community State More. S45.000. Headgear -Meeh Tools -Welding Machine!

;::$outh of Stark.. SR-100S. Ads dition. Only 4.600 miles. area. Wearing red leather Bank in Bradford SquareUS workshop. Ac. SI0,200I0 Ac.$23.000; 30 Ac -Seeders -Plumbing Tools .Pressure Washer!
tQi.6 ;
:;4m; right hand side of road. Call 782-3420 or 7823987. collar. REWARD. 4752583. 301 South 8 a.m. til ?? -Spreade" -Po".r" TrowluTable 6 Chairs
Results 2 wells, $2.300
Get 21000. tor, lowfay area
Tom. Itpd 3/4 EquipCement mire.Seds
t-ST3-2736. -Hospital
3/4 34Iii
tchg 3/4 Itchg
Itchg fat. 22500.
,.".,. j NICE 3 BR home on /lovely traa-ifiadad
PERFECT MOBILE HOME SITE 10 Ac., born and more.

1.77 ACRES WITH lovely/ 3 8*, 2 BA mobile home CH8A only "

Union County Ads II j y iaryiay_ A. IJ i $33,000. MICHAEL B. COONEY I. 964-5135 964-58"

":;:'; I cosmetics ffaolfor" Associate Homa 964.8827 '
Ll l FOR SALE REALESTATE 301 S. LAWTEY. Fl 32058 I' Hett.es\ Arthur
...... FOR SALE PERSONAL Louise Starling P. O. DRAWER M Hwy. G\en\ Masters
-
!tW BUILDINGS AT FAC.aTORY. 3 BEDROOM. 3 BATH SERVICES I 473-3092
.
: All port accounted CB/BRICK HOME With extra & Weekends -- CONSTRUCTIONALL
LOOKING FOR a special CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES r Yes. PhotographerCall
JE! r. All structural steel car- large swimming pool
'T3es full landscaped yard .several piece of property If I Free estimates. Local TYPESCONSTRUCTION
factory guarantee.3uildings C lIMEROCKDRAIN eS
find It-Just Joe
don have It, I'll Sappat
distributes
for
with 2-5 completely
::: 10,000 square out buildings, )
: .t to the .mall..1,2odJ!1 odTes,.located tak ISR 18 ask---JANE S. USHER. washable nationally 964-8149 ROCK e
496-2126
t-&luar.: feet. Must S.I ,.Im- near yVorthington, Springs, REALTOR or advertised Gardsette i REMODELING

:;:mediately.' Will sell.cheap.ESall .t...ovyner finance, Call 496-2903. eves.,' "Your Draperies. saw Enterprises. After 6:00 C GRAVEL ROCK e
Realtor tfn pm i
E toll free .496.3625 after 7 p.m. TFN Union County Ed or loma Stml-Tnick Dunn* ADDITION IMPROVEMENTSFREE

800-248-0065 or 2/4. 3/26. Stephen. 4962219. or Heavy Equlpmint e BUILDING SANDS eC
ALL YOU REAL ESTATE
5= 800-248.0321.tS&pd ...iN n.;..JEEP.*/CARS. PICKUPS. from FOR 5/1/80TFN.
NEEDSiCall Venero Brown & !!
:: 2/253/4. ,. : .- '_ $35. Available at local CHILD CARE IN MY HOME Shop Compare A-1 TOP SOIL e ESTIMATESGood
Hoien M64
496.3022 Sandy 1 100-142
PLANTS, SEED. FERTILIZER' Gov't Auctions. For Dlrec Structured play time Special insurance for
496-3994 eves or Gerrl Lennon balanced meats, snacks, ANY AMOUNTPH.
Jr ollmite, feed. Moonlight tory call 805-687-6000 References
496-3140. Tiffin and Mobile I Homo P.irks"All
:llEnterprlsas, Hwy 100 1136 Call refundable. 4tpd lots of room to run. War-
:SPtfradford-Umon: County ESTATE SALE Taking bids on Owens Inc. Realtors Rt. 2. thington Spr. MOBILE HOME types of homeowners -- 782-3172
Box 788. lake Butler FL.
?/iye. Phone 9044962093. 1949 antique Chevrolet ings/Providence area. 964-5135
:-. Ochg 3/4 3/11 3/183/25. Sedan runs, low mileage.Bids tfn chg. 8/6. Phone 49 -387(. 2tchg 2/25 SERVICE; POLES policies for Allen E. Taylor 964"588y

fRPLUS: Gas heater, small will close March 15. JOHN K. IANGFORD 34. tod IMP mobile homes.
bbl. small condi. Rhona Parker, Rt. 1 Box Jr.Realtor Associate YARD SALE March 5th and
: Call for Quote
:: :! saw air *
SCttoner, couch and chair '726; Macclenny FL 32063. ((496-3814) with AAA Real 6th 9 until 5. 825 SE 5th

Knjottresses. Ray' Powell Phone' 259-2034 after 5 Estate Agency 752-0577 announces Ave. Lots of books, 'F11w11J.; Olln's Mobile BANKRUPTCY AUCTION --- -- :n

KO6-3377. TFN 34chg.FREEZEIIFRIGEIIATOR.. p.m. and 259-2078 during nationwide service bicycles and other Home Sales Well
and referrals since affiliating
hours. 3tpd 2/25 goodies. Itpd 3/4. I
J*; : daytime with Independent Call Anytime March 18th 1982
Elaine M. Olin
::JtlSO, 1974 Satellite 34311.NEVER Service. Agent Drilling
USED SIMMONS Realty Marketing 4SI-1UT WaM* .
;" ymouly. excellent condion. 964-5606 '
TFN 2/4. FOR RENTTYPEWRITERS 5 Miles east of Weirsdale Fla. ;
BED $200. Double I
>( $200 down and $94 a QUEEN : FOR SALE 3 bedroom. 2 2" thru 6"
SWionth for 12 months. bed $175. never used gas on'State Road
bath block home with AND ADDING I 42 Fast I
frost free
I gPhone 4962480. tpd 3/4. range $200. fireplace located In MACHINES FOR I Bradford CarpetCall Rotary ,

:;30 TRAILER 12X40 2room. refrigerator $175. apartment Raiford area on approximately RENT Union County Times, 4000 Acres Drilling Equip.

glS 2 AC'.. furnish- site refrigerator$125. 3 acres of land.Also 85 SW 2nd Ave., Lake Day or Night for Appointment State LicensedPumps I''
: pi: nice but too small fortSGental. $100 electric; stove of Butl.r. We also .
45 acres prime repair office 964-8940
stove $125. queen 1500 Acres Muckland
2750. Ray Powell gas farm land located on machines, Phone
::: 6-3377. TFN 3/4 chg.3RTENTION. bedroom suite cost over cleaned MasterTwo
SR-24S Providence area. 496-2261 for more Informa Carpets by a
BIG FURNITURKKtARD ,$!800-now $550 bedroomsuite solid Owner will finance. For tion. TFN 101.For 500 Acres Dairyland . . .

SALE at Jim's Fur- wood used queen 3 months $350. more details call MalnesReal Week Special Only! New & UsedSalesePartsserv
fur.
tture. Mostly repo double bed $60. twin bed Estate, Realtor Rent 1900 in 3 to 1500
old ice
::.3iture. Some new 496-3978. Itchg 3/4. Living Room and Hall $19.95
::::&totk. Odds and ends. Bed53f'.ri9 $45. bunk bed $100. king I

sofas, choirs, bed $173. Zenith color console S ACRES marker OF LANDs Surveyedwith Approximately $30. REWARDFOR Living Room Dining Area and Hall $29.95 acre tracts E-Z. .TermsPlumbing

SSa::., eeprs, )head boards, $300, butcher block 2 mil. SW of Bedroom $10.00 I
:Bibles: bedroom suites. table w/4 swivel caption Raiford SR 21. 22 feet
jnettes,'.tc. Come earlySgjet Chairs cost over $600 now on Good TenantsIf Deep Soil Extraction This method includes. I . .
rood $1,600
::: best selections. 10 pernt $200. matchingwoshedryer GEwasher acre. frontag.Call 904-781-5171 per you have a steady job both chemical and steam cleaning 150 Pieces of Farm and New Installation

oil .,for cash. No$3yawoy $350. TFN and good credit references *
:: .. $100. dryer $85. Heavy Equipment Remodeling Repairs
: Bring your floral sofa $150. 18.500 34.WANTED we'll knock $10 . . .

SSWuck.I7ccep4$20 senior delivery citizens.urry charge. BTU air conditioner used each off your first third Register Oil & Gas
'one year $200 baby crod- and fifth months rent 500 Acres 10 miles north of DurrancePUMP'.

bargains galore.Sam. . . .
RIIPONSIBIli PARTY Ta
1orts Saturday on- dIe $40. reproduction antique when paid on time, to 308 S. Thompson Street Deland Florida U.S. 17
take on
wash stand with picther over payments on &
r:Jc. March 6. Jim. Furniture and bowl $15 Spinet Console Piano Call help us celebrate open- S0*. 964-5888
S3B5 Main. St. Lake Butler. Ing of our second 20 to 500 tracts.
: '755.2397 Providences 1 Ichg be seen locally. Write Mr. phaseof (Gulf) acre SUPPLY
$nchg 34.MINIT
Foster P.O. Box Sol, rental units.
COMPANY

:5OR":: : ,Alir"VVanted.CONSOLI PIANO. Social Security Astor Fla. 32002. 3tpd Plrwi Mobile Horns Village e LP Gas e Fuel Oil Case8125BKJ// .G-P .
I SR 121 at East

:55 rver: .pon piano.'ible party Can*. be to seen take' Disability ClaimsBeen INSURANCE Lake Butler city limits C Home Delivery e Cash & Carry For Terms and InformationMcDougall's 864 N.Temple .

:::26cally.: Writ* Mr. Powers denied or discontinued Phone 496-2366 7-8 pm Ave
MAINIS INSURANCE AGENcy '
: oi( 327, Carlyle.i Illinois ? Expert help- no 160 S. lake Ave., Lake- for detail or drop by Auction, Inc. Starhe: Fl.
:::112231 or call 404-232-4420 fee unless win .
we afternoon
your Butler. 496-3978. any application -
Complete
:::*me..II. Georgia. 2tpd 3/4 claim. 1-264-9BS8 Insurance Service TFN and viewing tfn Martin and Perfection! Heaters 1-904-821-2195 or 1-904-772-7980 9647061.rj


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I Johnson., Drawdy.. Announce Candidacy for.'Dist. 25 House. beat

Presidential Preference In stoner and resident of Orange Park, member of the UntiedMethodist
board of directors Primary
Jerry Johnson of Orange who cur- "We greatly need it in Tallahassee Business; member Brooks House- announced Tuesday March 2, his intention Church of Orange Park, the Chamberof and
rently works as a manufacturer's and I believe I can provide it." Phillips devoted to 1980.Worked successfully to place In- to run for the State House of Commerce Rotary Club
representative in the heating and air- Johnson points to his long list of (association. community creased correctional officers' Representatives in the fall elections. serves as a merit badge counselor Pod<
action)
conditioning field, says he will seek achievements and civic activities to also salaries in the state appropriationsbill Drawdy presently resides in Boy Scouts of America. A graduate of
the Democratic nomination for the support his effectiveness in government Johnson obtain: increased federal in 1980.Named legislative District No. 25, comprisedof Paxon High School, Jacksonville and
Helped Bradford Clay, and the northerntip the University of Florida Drawdy.has
District 25 Florida House seat. to the Outstanding Young
for treatment in
Johnsons activities have included funding wastewater of St. Johns to served as Executive Director of a
County According
Rep. Frank Williams D-Crystal Green Cove in 1974. Men of America by OYMA Board of ,
Lake is the current representative of Hospice Council, Civitan Club of Clay Rebuilt destroyed Springs homes started Advistors in 1980. tentative:redistricting plans submit- Northeast Florida Trade Association. ;
District 25, which now includes Bradford County; member board of directors -Elected delegate to Florida ted to the House committee on reapportionment since 1970. ;
Clay,and about half of St Johns Clay County Chamber of Commerce; community and newspaper taught Democratic Party Conference in 1981. but not yet finally Drawdy who was widowed in 1980;
English carpentry in Chihuahua resides with his two children Scott'and : .
Counties. member board of directors. National President Blanding Business Council adopted Clay and at least the eastern
"It's District 25 now"Johnson said Model United Nations; 1979-80 presi- Mexico.Elected in 1975.as delegate to Florida Clay County Chamber of Com- portion of Bradford County will be in Stacie, in the Orange Park area;
in his announcement "but I'm not dent, Clay County Young Democrats; Democratic Convention In 1979. merce. the same House district. of Clay County. :

sure what it will be when .the vice-president Greater Orange Park Helped public officials organizeand Following the filing of papers of intent -

Legislature or the courts get through Jaycees; publicity chairman. Clay get-out-the-vote campaign for theJerry Lee Drawdy, Clay County Commis- :in Tallahassee Tuesday Drawdy
with it. Johnson indicates he will be County Democratic Executive Committee said. 'Our district is experiencingone The letter "e" Is the
running in the district which encom- ; Northeast Florida Builders of the highest growth rates in the most often used let
passes the greater part of Clay County Association; Association for Retarded State and needs more effective ter In the English language
whatever that may be after the Citizens Clay County; American representation in order to deal with The letter "s",
redistricting process is over. Society of heating Refrigeration area problems, such as roads educa- however, begins more
"There's only one major issue, and and Air-conditioning Engineers; Na- tion,.law enforcement and property words than any other letter.
that's effectiveness," Johnson says. tional Federation of Independent tax relief. The people of this district
need a representative who will be ac
cessible listen to their needs and
provide an effective voice in
Tallahassee." FLORIDATHEATRE

) M) Drawdy has served twice as chair-

> man of the Clay County Commission.
( He is presently a director of the State
Association of County Commissioners Starke 964.5451

I. l VI a past chairman of the Wavs
and Means Committee and has serv- Fri., Sat., Sun.

4 ed on the Agriculture Committee.A .
I past chairman of. the Northeast
t I 1a Florida Regional Planning Council '
1 & and the Clay County Zoning Commission S

4I Drawdy was also appointed by
Gov. Bob Graham to the Metropolitan

JohnsonObituaries----- Lee Drawdy represents Planning Northeast Organization Florida. He which is a



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Dr. James 13. LackeyDr. Episcopal Church with Rev. Fred Funeral services will be conductedat s
Yerkes officiating. In lieu of flowers
James B. Lackey 89. of the family requests that contributionsbe 2 p.m. Wednesday March 3, at
Pine Valley Congregation Holiness E%?
Melrose died Tuesday Feb. 23, in made to the Trinity Epsicopal with
Church Rev. David Hodges and
Alachua General Hospital following a
Church, Melrose Fla. Jones Funeral Rev. Henry Thornton Jr. officiating.
long illness. Home of Keystone Heights was in Burial will be in
Born in Clinton Miss., on Aug. 19, charge of arrangements. Evergreen Cemeteryat
1893 Dr. Lackey moved to the Raiford with Archie Tanner
301 DRIVEINFri.
Melrose area in 1952, from Mary K. Klip Funeral Home Starke in charge of

Massachusettes. He received his PhDin Mrs. Mary K Klip of Starke died arrangements. thru Mon.
n microbiology from Columbia Sunday, Feb. 28, 1982 in Bradfrod
A.J. CrawfordMr.
J ... "j University New York, and was! a County Hospital Starke following an
__ retired teacher from the University of A.J. Crawford 60, resident of
_. __ _u._____ \_.... extended illness. Walt Disney'sTECIINICOUIR'
Florida where he had taught Lawtey died Wednesday morning..
Mrs. Klip was born and raised in
Col.: J. Ilunard Dunn microbiology to graduate students.Dr. March 3, 1982 in North Florida

Lackey was a World War I Army Detroit Mich. the daughter of Mr. Regional Hosritai. Gainesville
Veteran and a member of the and Mrs. Harold Platten. following a .

Dunn. l"rolU i n"Chappie Episcopal faith.SurvIvors She was employed as a secretaryuntil Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. ..... .... .. .
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include his wife, Mrs. ill health forced her retirement.Mrs. Friday March 5, at Pine Level Bap- e'L'N\Is's.r r'' l
Elsie Wattie Lackey; a son.Jimmy B. Klip was a member of the Valley tist Church with Rev. Roman Alvarez
Aviators and the Florida Sheriff's James, a four-star General Lackey Jr. of Lakewood N.J.; a Congregational Holiness Church of officiating. Interment will be in Dyal
Association. who always felt strongly about daughter, Mrs. Mary L. Parramore of Starke. Cemetery. Archie Tanner Funeral PLUS

amenca, and who was concerned Chicago, III.; one grandson and She is survived by her husband Mr. Home Starke in charge of ar
He was a candidate for the Florida about people in the community, several cousins.
young
Walter Kip, of Starke; her father, Mr. rangements.
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(House of Representatives, District 25 state ard nation. General James was Following cremation, a memorial Harold flatten of Detroit two DISNEY
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in 19711. an active member of the Pensacola funeral service was held at 11 a.m. on sisters, Mrs. Ann Grant and Mrs. Card of ThanksThe presentsJl1LJl.

The award is named in honor of Jaycees until his death in 1978. Saturday, Feb. 27, in Trinity Jean Critting; both of Detroit.
family of the late Mr. Albert J. i Jo

Heath, wish to express our sincere = .
gratitude to the many friends that Ibr4rN. b,IU'''A'IT1, UINTNIIN'' TIt..' 1\I
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Mark t'rlt'dlin tain set days. You can play ten gamesin break-up of the UF wrestling team ed when the decision was made to do
Monitor Staff Writer one day if you want but you have to and the girl's vollyball program two away with what was one of the top
Channel 20's Sports Director Mike play them on those certain days." years ago and Dotson says he hears wrestling teams in the state. There 9 Meats Cut to Order Aca

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talk to the Keystone Rotary Club surrounding games were going to get him block. the gator's team." fa 'Iy DI
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