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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 11, 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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15 Environmental Violations Charged;. ,'Against Local Residents by DERFifteen I


of the Jacksonville office, said that rc hprdering the lake, they destroyed ting the water into a straight channel clearing of vegetation by Slade on
alleged violations of state flee of the Department of Environmental notices of violations have been mailedto niter areas and fish nursery areas, being dug before work was stopped by property along both sides of the creek
dredging regulations at Sampson Regulations (DER) in interferes with the of
14 property owners in four subdivisions and the artificial canals provided a DER. filtering
Lake and one on US-301 south of Jacksonville. direct nutrients from surface waters drain- t
on Sampson Lake, west of I path to the lake for upland
Starke are being negotiated with Starke, Including Deerfoot Trail, runoff,' Farmer said. DER charges that, in addition to ing into the creek, and has also caus-
Bradford owners, accordingto Cathy Farmer, environmental the banks.Nothing .
property
erosion
Lake altering the creek bed, the extensive ed extensive along ,
the Northeast Florida Regional of specialist in the enforcement section Sampson Village, Breamwood The DER enforcement office says
,_. .- --. --- and Sampson Lake Shores.In warnings were issued to the lake property -- --- .'
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i" as7S a'' another alleged .violation of owners in October and t s -
Florida Administrative Code 17.4, a November asking for on-site .
notice was mailed earlier to Truby: meetings. Since the owners did not a..

Ja1 Slade, owner and operator of Slade .'. respond, the notices of violations
Tractor Co. on US-301 south of Starke, .' were issued, giving the property
halting work being done in an attempt owners 20 days in which to request an
to alter the course'of Prevatt Creek. informal meeting with DER,or an ad-
through his property. An informal \ ministrative hearing, Farmer said.

conference with Slade is set March 17
at the DER office in Jacksonville.In .Creek Damage Charged...

all of the alleged violations, DERat Slade said Monday that DER has
this point is not seeking punitive charged him with 18 violations in the
ri7 damages, but is requiring restorationof work done along Prevatt Creek but
the land to its natural elevation. said that, in his opinion, the work has
DER said there had been other viola- not damaged the land over which the .
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tions in this area, but the property mate has Jurisdiction. ,t
owners have already agreed on compliance j Since the creek begins and ends on
property' that does not belong to
In the Sampson Lake cases, property ;lade, the state's line of jurisdiction is t 'i
b iyTrT owners are accused of dredging etermined by water-dependent
canals, without permits, into their getation growing in areas subject
lots from the lake,and using the fill to t ) flooding, along the creek banks,
rA rl. p, raise the elevation of their lake front Y' Farmer said. --
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They were creating canals that did his by Wrong, as Slade Sees It...
; Prevatt Creek Dredging Stopped 301-S.... :. ainage through property I
on not exist, and creating upland areas .'c. damming and filling the natural Slade stands at the point where digging to divert creek into a new channelwas I
I Work on Truby Slade's property along Prevatt Creek on US-301 south was that did not exist," she said. F-.. creek bed for a short distance, where stopped. "I don't see where I have done anything wrong,!"t Sladc main
halted by DER for alleged violations of environmental regulations. "By disturbing the wetlands 1e creek curves sharply, and diver- tains. '



Outside. 1 BRADFORD CO/

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Two mornings,hovering just above the freezing mark, brought a touch TWO Section 1E%
of winter back to Bradford County this week, following an unusually mild SECTION AI rt

February. N.ws . .. . .Pag. 123. SINCE 1879 -
Monday morning brought a low of 34 degrees, and Tuesday's low was Editorial'.. .. .. ..'. ..Pad* 4 ,
slightly warmer at 36. Wednesday's low was 47. Society.. ..... . .PoB. 5.6
The weather hasn't hurt the strawberries, says Lawtey grower Leon Corrotpondonti... .. . .. .Pogo 6
Starling who is about ready to open his fields to some pickers. Starling Sport..._. .. . .POQ.I 10-11 I
;, says a light frost won't hurt the berries now, but that a heavy frost would i.flat| ._.. ... . . .,poa. 6
hurt some bloom.
An average of 2.6 inches of rain fell in the county during the week of

;. March 3-9, with Louis Hill Tower, north of Lawtey, measuring 2.99 inSECTION BI t....
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ches New River fire tower, 2.9 inches; Santa Fe tower, 2.40, and Starke NOW Brioft.. ... .. .. ...Pag. 4 ",
measured 2.12 inches. > cio..ifiod.. .....'.. .. .Pag..B.9 If
The Forest Service forecast for Friday through Sunday calls for partly. Obituaries.... .,.. .. .. .Page. 1.3 ) The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heqven
cloudy and mild, with a chance of rain Sunday.
''d 103rd Year STARKE: FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
32nd Issue ThursdayMarchII,1982! : USPSe62.700

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27 QUALIFY FOR REGIONALVickie


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INCREASE or.' $Aj&ttfeRCENTAGE BPS>V1! Carver Shows Best ProjectIn


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I YIELD y1Nttll BUS Science Fair CompetitionBrains \

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and beauty do come in one utensils water and soil she worked magnetic field are larger and form qualified to compete in the Regional
package senior coed Vickie Carver With did Miss Carver get a 96 percent 'faster Science Fair at Lake City Community

.. ...uhas.;again'' proven-lnr"Wfnning\Best ,jJMifdL.Butv she;" points..ouh'fanneMJ''t1Ja I f I. Sophomore LeAnn ,Flynn tied for College March 1819.
arrLypy n'ri -Over-Allof the7 projects In the 1982 find it inconvenient to sterilize the best project In., the Behavorial! The'"JO first place' 'winners, including "

'0. t ,,, BHS Science Fair, '''everything. Sciences Division by showing that 7 of the four above, are Juice
'11 A BUS cheerleader, honor, The seed germination process is 10 students could remember colored Wise Tammy Mann. Robert,Carver,
A graduate, and first runner-up lathe called fluid drilling, a new procees shapes better than uncolored ones. Kimberly Rieske, Stacy Denmark,
: 1981 Strawberry Queen contestMiss recently developed. Miss Flynn, who Saturday won and Tracy McRae.
(\iJ' 'it Carver worked for seven months with Vickie is now working superior ratings in both snare drums The 17 second place winners are
on
advisors Ms. Sandra Smith BHS ger- 'and xylophone at the District Solo and Tommy Crosby, Theresa Ricks, Mary
minating seeds in a gel and sand loamto
? science teacher, and Janet Ferguson, determine if the low yield in wheat 'Ensemble Band Contest, tested 10 Campbell, Michelle Stillwell, Eddie
seed agronomist at the Univ. of Fla., 'students, first with figure shapes of Winkler, Deborah Roark, Mary
was caused by a reaction with
paste
to find out whether! vegetable seeds the same color, then with the same Richardson Adrienne Pollard, Ber-
the soil. She to have the results
pregerminated in wheat paste would by the time hopes of the regional science shapes colored differently One student nie Akridge, Daniel Martin,
better than seeds directly remembered colored Lori Lori
grow planted fair at Lake City Community College more Stephanie Redding, Clark
into the soil. March 1819. shapes of the same color, two showedno McKinney, Marla Darley, Pamela
t,. difference, and seven recalled the Pratt, Michelle Wright, and Brenda
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; "Wheat paste didn't work. It's a lot Junior coed Daniela Rigby had the
colored shapes better. LeAnn is the Bawek.
'fx"4 best in the Chemical Divisionof
the
Vickie project
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of propaganda, says
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles The over-all winner, Miss Carver,
v. r daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.T.Carverof the Physical Sciences. She showed
of Starke.Sophomore .
Flynn finished in first in the BHS
Starke. Only after sterilizing all .that alum crystals formed in a place
Mike Christmas, also a science fair in the 9th, 10th, and 11th
--- --- -- - BHS band member, tied with Miss grades. Last year, as a junior, she
1 ae Flynn for the best project in also won first place in the regional
Behavorial Sciences with a project science fair with a project on the cor-
showing how music affects students relation of speech, handwriting, and
irT taking a test.Christmas. IQ, participated in the state science
gave students a test, on fair, and received a special award
material they had already covered, from the American Speech and
on Friday without music, then Pathology Association.
repeated a test on Monday accom- Voted "Most Likely to Succeed" by
panied by music. Correlating results, her senior classmates Miss Carver is
Christmas found the scores of 50 percent secretary of the senior class, is reci-
n bad 'lt A of the students dropped on Mon- pient of the DAR Award was named
day, 37.5 percent improved, and 12.5 most outstanding youth by the Starke-
per cent remained the same. Bradford Chamber of Commerce, is
Music helps some persons, hurts president of the Methodist Youth
k I others, and makes no difference to Fellowship, is editor of the school
/ others, depending on their learning newspaper, is president of the
? style, concluded the son of Mr. and Fellowship of Christian Athletes, andis
w" Mrs. Edward Christmas of Starke. a member of the BUS tennis team,
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cw"w"i ry ; Twenty-seven BHS students who Little Women's Club, and writes a column -
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II. '. received first or second place for the Telegraph about BUS.o .
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got something out of it.

The Best BHS Scientists Are...
--BHS Science
Instructor Jerry McGriff
Vickie Carver, at left above,worked seven months trying to germinate seedIn Daniela Rigby LeAnn Flynn and Mike! Christmas, left to right above,had
wheat paste, but it paid off with the Best Over All project In the 1982 BUS the top projects In their divisions. ;
Science Fair. -
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I For First Time in 10 YearsFor Rep. Williams Votes for Tax Increase

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the first time In 10 years Rep. $770 million which would be raised bya work up a budget without a sales tax but Williams says it got; more support Williams said during the noon lunch :
Frank Williams, D-Crystal Lake, 5th cent on sales tax for propertytax increase.. than he thought it would. :'recess. Vh
voted for a tax hike Tuesday when he relief to local government. The Rep. Williams said he introduced The House was due to take up reap- ,
supported the Florida House of rest would be used to increase state Tuesday, as he had said he would, an "I think everybody is starting to portionment Thursday, still the big SATURDAY. March 13: ,
Representatives move to increase the spending for education and criminal amendent to close 81 loopholes in the realize the free lunch is over," Rep. issue to be resolved, says Williams. CAR WASH
state sales tax from 4 to S cents on the justice, ando make up revenue shortages current sales tax law. Williams' (Williams said Wednesday in a At Community St. lank 'I y,
.dollar. expected as a result of decliningstate amendent exempted only groceries, .telephone conversation from his Things are beginning to pick up for Bradford Pop Wornor ;
Why did Rep. Williams vote for the I tax collections. medicine, feed seed, fertilizer, farm House office in the state Capitol. steam in the face of the March 18 adjournment 9 AM tit 5PM vl
sales tax increase? Because the bill, machinery, hospital rooms, and date Williams said. ...-----
as passed by the House, includes an Bradford County would receive hospital bills.Closing Wednesday' the House was takingup Legislators have been advised to hold FISH FRY
amendment which would require $232,207, Brooker $5,243. Hampton, the loopholes would produce its appropriations bill. 70 amend- onto their apartments and hotel toko Pavilion-Lad Bailor
county commissions first to consider $5,695 Lawtey $8,547 and Starke a billion dollars in additional ,ments were lined up and House rooms. 4 PM III f f
property tax relief before spendingany $64,843 under the House bill. revenue, Williams says. Speaker Ralph Haben said Wednesday Adult-$> Chlldron-Sl
of the money elsewhere. The measure now goes to the : morning the House would remainIn Spent, by Concornod CIf"."* I
The House bill would return half the Florida Senate, which is trying to His amendment was defeated 65-48. session,until the bill was passed, ( *Williams...., P.12A) of Dovolop. Oiiabllltl., Inc.''
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Legislative Authority for New HA spital Awaits Signature of Gov..Grahamty Stark 1 AM Woman's ill All Con Club .i I

10 for $10.50MONDAY.March

legislative act changing the cor- Lake, announced final passage o{the for the present hospital at a cost up newly formed Bradford County: The new board of trustees will con-
porate structure of Bradford County legislation last :week. to $10 Health Facilities Authority. sist of 10 members, including the five U .,
Hospital from a public not-for-profit -Alachua General Hospital In Following issuance of tax-exempt members of the "old" board and five IC SCHOOL BOARD ,
to a prive not-for-profit corporationhas Hopsital administrator: C.E. Gainesville was awarded a management revenue bonds by the Bradford County new members authorized under the MUTING
cleared both houses of the State O'Steen said Tuesday the way should .contract with the Bradford Health Facilities Authority, title to new structure: Al Kay Carlisle,chair- 7PM I
Legislature and is awaiting the' be clear by the time of the next boardof County Hospital last April with an ad- :the present hospital will be transfer-' man; George Shuford, vice- School Board OHk l
signature of Gov. Bob Graham. trustees meeting on March 22 to ditional agreement that it would offer red to the new private not-for-profit chairman; Lucile Green, secretary- ,
proceed with the bond process architectural its assistance In filing a certificate of corporation which will lease the exIsting treasurer; Dr. H.H. Adams, Anna R. -DLISOAY.March U 'T
The legislation will clear the way plans, site selection, and need for a new health care facility, and proposed facilities with an- Felos, Dr, Carlos Hernandez, John F. STAIRS CITY COUNCIL
for Fran of' a new hospital here. other preliminaries toward construction and also assist with the issuance of ,nuallease payments equal to the debt Mitchell, Jr., Jesse J. Moore, Curtis 7PM
Rep. Williams D-Crystal of a 60-70 bed replacement fa UI- bonds to finance the project through a "service on the bonds. Sanders and Joseph Stephenson. CIty Hailriin




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Hampton Council Waffles Over Hiring Woman as Asst. Marshal !



Hampton's Town Council was having Finally the board decided on Crawford was selected over 4 other voice vote Crawford was chosen 3-2 Ted Curtis and a certified mechanic and then 2 hours on the Saturday
trouble enough finding a marshal Woods' motion, to hold a special applicants for the maintenance job at over Luke with Chairman Evans will go to Daytona to check out the closest to the 20th day of the month.
to replace Fred Phillips, the guy who meeting Tuesday night March 23,at 7 the Tuesday meeting and Is due to casting the deciding vote. truck Evans also showed fellow .Details are to be posted at the Post Of
took off on vacation last Novemberand p.m. solely for the purpose of hearing start with Smith Immediately on "You will work eight hours, there'll board members a diagram and fice, she said. '
never came back. At the Tuesday applicants and making a decision on cleaning up areas of the town that be no fooling around, and you'll work description of a trailer that can be
March 9, regular council the assistant marshal's job. have been neglected since the board hard," Evans demanded of Crawford towed behind a pickup."If The fact that the town has no
meeting Hampton's council ran into In another matter Wayne Smith fired maintenance man Fred Powell. after selecting him for the job. we could get a pretty good records on the Hampton cemetery
another hornet's nest concerning a who has been accepted as new town for lack of work last month. Til put in a full 8 hours and I'll pickup truck reasonable and that and no list of who owns lots was
part-time assistant marshal's posi marshal, was told his start on the job I Troy Luke of Starke, Terry work hard," Crawford answered. trailer we'd be set up pretty good to discussed. Council decided to pace
is still being held up because the Hollifield of Hampton, Dominic Council also discussed the need of a keep the town in shape," he said. legal ads requesting that anyone
tion.Debbie Bruno, a Hampton woman Bureau of Law Enforcement hasn't Jones who moved in from Maryland, pickup or dump truck for use by the In other business: holding receipts for lots in the
who has been taking police standards yet signed a waiver on him, one of the and Harold Rush of Hampton were maintenance man and for garbage cemetery notify the city
training classes with sponsorship town's requirements for the new mar the other applicants for the job. All which is now contracted to Clerk Jane Hall told the council
Bradford
of the town and completed 380 of the shal. The council said that while except Rush, who wasn't present Garbage Service. Mrs.Had- she will be open at town hall for two ) And in a related matter Hampton
required 420 hours, stood before the waiting for a waiver Smith can start came before the council for.a short dock brought up the possibility of buying hours Saturday March 20, so citizenscan Volunteer Fire Chief Leroy Pattersonsaid
council and asked if they would con- working with newly-hired question session. The first paper a dump truck available through a pay water bills and plans to con the town's fire-fighting force still
sider her to fill the job of assistant maintenance man John Crawford of ballot to reduce the number of monthly auction in Daytona Beach tinue to be open a couple hours on a needs more members. Persons. interested
marshal."I Hampton. finalists ended in a 4-way tie and in a and it was decided that Councilman weekday the first week of each month can contact him.
don't want the full-time job. I
just want to help the town out and
allow the new marshal to be able to go
to the standards classes from 6
to 10 police at night." Miss Bruno said. AMERICAS; FAMILY Dl)UG STORE *
Councilman Ulysses Woods made a
motion to consider Miss Bruno for
that job but his move died for lack of

second on.and yet another controversywas -2--- T'\ ftA I? I IV "YkL

"I want to know what's the problem V "U',
!I" an upset Miss Bruno asked.
"I'm going through the academy, an
academy nobody in the history of )
Hampton has gone through. And I'm ----Aki
working hard to make good grades (a -
3.75 average she said). I don't think,,
what is fair."
you're doing
Councilwoman June very Haddock ____.._u..,u__.u.,_." _._u u.u u u.u._.u u__u,U.dd.._u........m..U.I ......-..-.....-..-........................................................"""....."""".""""'"
the first board member to brave was an ilffijgffffffffff ---
answer to Miss Bruno: "Under the ,
circumstances in our community, in ,
all sincerity, I think it's going to takea I
man to get the job done," Mrs.'Haddock 'l
said."That's. PEPS ODE NT
IY nnI I d Hal
discrimination!1" Bruno IhnsD 18-INCH
TOOTHPASTE
charged. "If I felt I couldn't handle III inns
niNluMEN'S
the job I wouldn't" be standing up here '.s-oz. 89e:: / BRAZIER
right now. Sato B-B-Q
Later Miss Bruno came back before Priced ... I
the council to grill members individually For whiter teeth. GRILL
about why they won't support I Price reflects 30 .
her now "after encouraging me off label. Limit 1 Rp- ....
to take the police training." or LADIES' V-STRAP I 32-QUART FAMILY ... 699a.
Councilman Duane Mitzel agreed Pt1ced ......
with Mrs. Haddock that. "I think it's I I II ZORRIESThong ICE CHEST Enamel fire bowl.

going to take a man to do the job." type I'...u..* 0 8 Heavy duty Tripod legs.
Councilman Ted Curtis answered that 49' sandal. Men's 15 polyethylene.
"I'm just sticking to what we agreedon III Rg.tola* ...... & ladles' sizes Pr.Sal..... ... Hinged lid.
before, that Mr. (Wayne) Smith
would be town marshal and Mr. SCOPEMOUTHWASH
(Fred) Johns would be the parttimeman. I
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Council chairman John S. Evans I..,*. 0 CHINET C' .. SWINGERUBBQ
joined Woods in supporting Miss I S.lehead 129 PLATES Rp. 61.Maw 44883eN
Bruno. "If Miss Bruno passes the ...... R..2..' Ifii I .
courses she's as qualified as anybody. l/ Mouthwash & gargle. YOU ... 189 1"- Priced
That should be the consideration," he Price reflects 30 off SCOPE m CHOICE II k.-. Deluxe"l8"x 18"
said. label. Limit 1I. Regular or compartment ", grid. Tilt-away hood.
4f 0/ types.
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PLASTICCUTLERY 1 LAWN FURMITURE CHARCOALLIGHTER.

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BUS Class of '77 RAZOR"I Knives, forks & spoons. For quick A easy
5-Year 0 8 of each. ( v Front post legs. Chaise adjusts to 7 starts. Limit 2
Reunion Planning PK.Sal OF 9 77 ,d I positions.

The Senior Class of 1977 will be Priced ...
meeting in Room 1812 of the Math- Single blade disposable 1GALLONSUNTEA HUGGERS 'It.GALLONPICNIC
Science building Monday, March 15, razor. Limit. 1 JAR CUP HOLDER JUG
to continue planning their 5-Year R... a.4* "449 Rag.1.75 : r R... .a.M499

7:00 Reunion.: p.m.The Anyone meeting interested will start in helping at- I 0/ Sal Priced ...... .. Priced Sal.. ........ 9941 Priced Sal'. ........ ..+
Steep tea the old Flexible Insulated beverage Wide mouth for easy
with the. reunion is invited to at c
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Planning The North Council Central, Inc.Florida will conduct Health a I 1102.Sal. t 1 0 NIGHTTIMECOMTREX STRENGTH JONTUE CHARLIE or L / F mR CUVI t: ...

public hearing March 24, 1982 at 7:00 77e COLOGNE r (!: .. 'Pr ,
p.m. at the Bradford County Commis- PrieM.,. e.oz. *a". .oo O99 0 Hr1eswrtela:
sion Meeting Room, Bradford County I 4 e.i., 249. YOU REESE _
Courthouse, Starke Florida. This Thick Menthol rich, or lather.Lime.Regular, '" Priced ..... .. CHOICE ....... 0 PEANUT BUTTER. :...__-.-:.. :
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hearing is for the purpose of accepting Limit 1 New maximum strength 0.4-oz. Charlie or EGGS
comments from the public for nighttime. 0.6-oz. Jontue spray P
regarding Ji
Limit 1 Limit 1 I 0 .1 a
cologne.
the proposed addition of 71 bedsto Tr. cl/129 a ry
Starke Nursing Home. The total I -"" : '
project cost is $1,500,000.The '
0 Peanut butter covered. +
applicant's proposal is I BAYERCHILDREN'S FLEX CARE or BOIL N' SOAK with chocolate.= ,' ar1c
available for review at the County VICKSCOUGH SALINE 0 fi
Clerk's office. Bradford County Cour- SOLUTION .
thouse, and at the Council's office, 0 Formula ASPIRIN -OL "499 Ckl.1r ei
2002 N.W. 13th Street, Suite 103, FORMULA 44 38 TABLETS BAYER VOUR I : t'f.\ / 8
Gainesville Florida. 44 4 ..,. 49 CHOICE ....... v FIESTA MALTED
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Industrial Complex head..... aspirin. Safety .heat disinfection for :. ..... wiry?.
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Plans Fish Fry cap. Limit 1 soft contacts. Limit 1
Cough suppressant expectorant Colorful treat for ,
The Concerned Citizens of : .nOihl lml",. their baskets.
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Developmental Disabilities Inc. will -..,..
host a fish fry this Saturday March 13 00 METAMUCILPOWDER I
from 4 p.m. til all food is gone at the I. I FABERGE /
Lake Pavilion in Lake Butler. ORGANICS
Proceeds from the fish fry will go to fIIIIr / FRANKFORD
support the Industrial Complex of SS, 5"Prtefd ,+...wrr.. .. SHAMPOO CHOCOLATE 'EUUrJt1nnl
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Raiford, Union County's new MINIKINS
OLD SPICE 'f-J 99
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Prices for the dinners will be ANTIPERSPIRANT Sal
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The public is cordiallv invited to at- Chocolate or White
tend this worthwhile occasion. I *.* -J 29 Chocolate Minikins.

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Manly fragrance.
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Washing Cars Limit 1JUST or -z. SHAKEANEGGCOLORING

-- This I SUPPOSITORYW. ON STAND
SaturdayAnother KIT ..

car wash to raise money 0 199 In.',';; err .... 1411" 349 I =:: 199 --

. for the Bradford County Pop Warner CHOICE ...,.. Rag.4.M .... ......
Assoc. will be held this Saturday.March' 4 Relieves hemorrhoid h I ..+.eK' Dual magnifications.; Shake eggs In magic
13, at the Community State 'I WONDERFUL III .IIj suppositories.pain. 1-02. Cream Limit or 1 10 I crystals to decorate.
Bank parking lot from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
HAIRSPRAY

Spring Youth 00 I DEPREE SUNBEAM

Festival Set \ BREWER'S ALARM III? I FLAVOR ROAST'
f-02.
For BradfordStarke g isle 89:: 1'nnikrAui! YEAST 'I,rA CLOCK -, 'a PEANUTS

Rec. Director God head onAerolollpray. .,,dR 100TABLITS Il Nto.ISO.14S1 XI 9 9 -or.
Cheryl .. 299 aRAarSASktRp. solo 89
win is organizing a Spring Youth Limit .ass ...... '''_ IMy.LN ;..... 7 ti hind ......
Festival an event she describes as a 1 The 8-vltamlna plus a '"::...:::' Easy to read white dial. Dry roasted. No Sugaror
recital-type chance to perform in 0 high quality protein. with black numeral oil added..Limit 1'iHn'uN".JII.J.
front' of an audience for Bradford

youngsters who are being Instructed W' h 'U 'j # //U//U/U///.I.I.e'A ...,
in. things like music and acrobatics. "4.,,,,,,, W .
'n''N''NI''R'I>tWWWV'n""
"The main purpose is to
_. to the types of things that are people be ICEfiD _ YOU'RE GOING, OPEN DAILY 9 to 9,; You're Going to LNce
tthe taught in the county and to give TO LIKE ECKERD... SUNDAY. 10 to,7.
kids a chance to perform," Miss PRINTS Sale. Prices. good'thru' Eckerd's
Godwin said of the Festival, which Sat. Mar. 13th Pharmacy Service.
Hhe said has been scheduled for Satur-' Wl HISCnVK TH.RIGHT. TO Eckard
39 Pharmacist are hlghr/.tralnad proi.'lon.,.
,Jay, May 1, at the Bradford High IrIs r LIMIT OUANTITIt to make aura you are completely. "",flM. They lake' who Continuing ar.going
: auditorium. There Will be no cost to ducation courara maintain an u -Jo.d.l.knowtodg.of davaloo-
llwt performers.The kids who per m.nta drugs.They always try to savyou money by offarlng Swilor.
form just need to be under some sort [II! ) lZl Citizen also dltcounis and ganwta drugs w in.>OT posaibto.. They will
lays you time by constantly checking stocks
of ha mal Instruction and be from the ... ... you Ned on handl liMP m.drugs
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1 : ; v. ; The Keys to a New Concession Stand... Julie Ferguson won the spelling bee word, saxophone, which would have
? I, at Southside Elementary School after I won the contest.Melinda also mispelled -
$rjt Are handed
by Jim Brown Godwin Superintendent at RMC prison to his
she and Melinda Powell battled for saxophone spelling it
,
Yt1 ,1 daughter Cheryl Godwin Ree. Director In Starke
,
S rvJ: j The exchange of keys, with Starke councilman Jimmy Crosby at right, nine rounds. "
Julie "hoax, then"venture"
correctly spelled
watching signified the completion of the new concession stand at the M.rr. a1..
win.
'; Edward's Road ballpark complex to MYr. N
RMC labor put the finishing touches on the concession stand recently,leav The two fifth graders will represent + r.. tt.w.wu... ,.
ing only sewer work by the city to have It ready to go.VoTech Southside Ele. in the county-wide f.wu1.r .
spelling bee March 25 at 10 a.m.in the #
workers are at work on the ballflelds and the city Is waiting on field $
dirt to two school board office on N.Temple Ave.
move on towards completion of the planned ballflelds. I ''Iw
When this phase of the project Is finished Edwards Rd. will be the site of in Starke. 51ru.R
&: three adjacent ballparks, one for youth play, plus the concession stand with Ten of the 12 class champions were
restrooms. out after seven rounds Monday morn- L'o
1'-i: ing at Southside Ele. Julie had a ayp,. w
J ly chance to win in round 10 when Melinda r7
I I" missed "manually" (spelling it .
"manualy"). Julie correctly spelled
manually but mispelled the next.


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n n n n ,",","""",," "saxyphone," and the battle went on.
VJJA fJiffil111tIMvkMIR5 In rounds 11-14 Melinda correctly
spelled the words deactivate, torture,
garlic, and athlete, and Julie correctly -
.... I spelled the words reliable, renewal
diary and melody.In .
DCONANT 4 2-LITER I round 15 Julie correctly spelled
ROACH I / COCA "inspector" but Melinda misspelled
& "hoax." Julie then correctly spelled
INSECTICIDE d-COI 0 COLA "hoax," then "venture" to win.
l Julie is the daughter of Mr. and
11-ouNce 149 ant& BO'S 8' c 1 1''09 I Mrs. Bob Ferguson of Starke. Melinda -

Rfl. 2.2' -roach- Priced Sato .'.. .. Powell is the of daughter Starke. of Robert and Sue
Kills most "'-- Popular soft drink In
crawling
Other class champions competingin
Insects. Limit 2 MELNOR PULSATING W x 80-FOOT 9 Limit throwaway 2 bottle. I the SS bee were Billy Harrison,
I:- 11 Maxie Fuqua, Faith Williams Viva
SPRINKLERNO. GARDENHOSE //I Riley, Holly Shields, Chris Raymond,
Double belted with? Tangela Pittman, Yvonne Bobo
.
Covers 75-ft. dia- No. 1640R
tin 788 meter. Adjustable1.se 14m nylon tire cord 'A Chris Simmons, and Tessica Ray-

..... ......... stream. g.17.B* ... for strength & 'I mond. The two Raymonds are twins.
durability. The first 10 class champions were
1 JERGENSLIQUID eliminated) from the spelling bee by
k-. the words: between, something
RAKEHOESHOVELGARDEN 12" OUTDOOR 20 eo SOAP

TOOLSYOUR jm QQ Aee.THERMOMETER.... o eo 0 .....",... 99C' I .
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CHOICE T 688
Reg. a,6* .... .. Priced s.' ......... eo loo SalPrlc '
Metal heads. Wooden Easy to read numerals. ,, For kitchen or bath. No more
bol 'vl7s
handles. Use ; 2BOUNCE ,
on patio I messy clean-ups. Na

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22 LAWN METAL RAKE TINE PATIO CLOCK10.E. 12 2N. 1 I

..S1SOR I I
R.g.2.9499 .fl. 11.SSSv ,999 3 I
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Sita Priced .......... .3.00 .... FABRIC $
18" span. Replaceable ( Cordless Large numerals
hardwood handle. r l ..,. ..y.f & sweep second hand. I. SOFTENER .

-. ..' 4J we., 1 '';'.. ;V 4lr: .. .*i If.j. ?..-. ..I ,40 SHEETS" '.1'99 .11.I ArM Iaa.
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21-INCH RE ATI; BAGGER Priced
8-INCH MEN'S A -,... -
For static free laundry.Limit -

"ee.HEDGE....1 TRIMMER 4" "ftSav LAWNMOWER QQ35-HP. Briggs .e./1 ( I ; 1 I t.J
,. : 3.g. LADIES'-f !
sal.PrIcd ......... 249 Stratton engine. Prled ,...... / # '
Hardwood handles. 8" 30.00 ?l Has easy spin Choice of :: IX14 *
blades with limb notch. starter & 9 Large sizes. I ,
heights. .V1fhiJdn/ Pn // s
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-- MILDEW I Melinda Powell

MEGUIARS Second Place Winner
THERMO-SERV VIP PRO 2-WAY REMOVER
TRAVEL POLY SEALWITH HAIR 0 2.99 11 waste, eternity, unpaid, insurance,
SPECIAL' REBATE! OFrER'r. I Rg. 199 I thicket and tenement.
.., .
TUMBLERS or Liquid.. Rg. **S. STYLER Sal* Mrs. Ann Baker, fifth grade
ECKCRO'aSALE
Rg.4M. O99DrihMwIthoUl PRICE; ........6. A.g.14." Priced '8: : teacher, was in charge of the spelling
,. .' LESS! MFR.'SMAILIN 999 Spray on mildew" dis
bee held
Sal.Prl 300 in front of the entire fifth
/ ti-MCI.;.,f REBATE!* S.v.S.OODetachable...,., appears.LIGHTER. grade in the SS cafetorium. Judgeswere
spilling. FINAL COST 99HAITIAN t rods. Dual
Title 1 Coordinator Myrna Lou
Dishwasher safe.. AFTERREBATE..._.....3 heat ready dot. Safety tip. I I Rahn, BMS Principal Dewey McKin-
11 -: 1. V ,T ney, and Primary Specialist Eugenia
I .1 Whitehead. Caller was Curriculum
.
= Coordinator Lucille Payne.
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SNACK& "
C"' "i'... I GALAXY
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STORE: : -'. ( OSCILLATING BIC Qo sic I
f
0 Blinn
BASKETS Replaces
TABLE 16-INCH FAN I Roger
"....ULa .. / -INCH QQ/: No.2151 NAM p01MM a,. .M.
..,. 1.99 TDurable ........ 577 3499 t
P.p.1.55 "eg.
Prced_ .%........ 8-INCH 31." ...... 0 PACK SSC I Jesse Wolbert as

Bright colors.plastic. 'ee.3.15 i.,...., 199, Whisper Removable quiet grill.motor. 2 .

.' a ''AI", 10-INCH Oispo's Ie. Adjustable Im Brooker AttorneyBy
R.g.4.'S .../1...299 flame. Limit 1 pk.


METALvFRAMED: .- .12-INCH....1..' ...../f... 399 I BCT Tony Staff Burke Writer
14-INCH { GALAXYBOX I Roger Blinn from Lake Butler will

flee.S.fs .........499 replace Jesse Wolbert as the city attorney
PICTURES Woven banana palm FAN o I for Brooker,the council decid-

baskets to accent No.9113 EVEREADYENERGIZER .. .
I-.1", 999 your indoor plants. 21"Mesh .. : r'J' ed."Our first bit of business has got to
Priced ........, I :r.s. ...... be about our lawyer," Council Chair
Decorative prints. Goldor grill & supportfeet. BATTERIES 0 man Joe Tolleson told the council
.
wood-tone frames. UL listed.
bat.
112 J lM right off the
"C" or"D" SIZE "Without further discussion.I moveto

TURTLE WAX ''LLOYD'SCREDIT PACKO'2 Reg. 159 : r1'J terminate Attend the Mr.council Wolbert meeting for inabilityto ," said

DOOR 1 CARD 2.29 pk. ... II Councilman Steve Nipper. The motion
FINISH
For radios. recorders. passed unanimously.
MIRROR RESTORER I I'e. CALCULATOR +i flashlight & more. Blinn told the council he would accept -
"ee..... R.fl.4..' ; CS31 Moil batlo lunctlons.ICRIRD'S I i the attorney position for $35 per

Priced..'. .........499 .whied '.....,...369 SALE PRICE) ..,,,.,.,A99' ti -1 1 meeting and $40 per hour for addi-
Restores color& shineto teas MFR.- .MOO IPOLAROID tional research time that city matter
Wood-tone frame. MAIL.IN RtBATt* < I
your cars finish. may require. The fee was the same
Use In dressing area.
FINAL COST
that Wolbert received. THe council i
AFTER
RHATI,...,.. 799 voted to accept Blinn as he was the
only candidate they had contactedwho
TIME ZERO Time-Zero showed genuine interest in the
RYOBI SX3
1/." x 60-YARD CANON DISPLAY SX-70 FILM SFpercolor Job.Buddy
REEL & RODCOMBINATION' Paterson, principal at
MASKING PRINTERCALCULATOR Brooker Elementary
: -
TAPE ofOO h I POSURES1399 before the council to ask
a11. 19 three teams in this
to I M .PMSn sore
Prlcwl .... FORMultipurpose Prlexl ..... R M.H 99 Dixie Youth Baseball
S For richer color
/
household Skirted spool reel. 2- .10.00 + sharper council voted to donate $500
in seconds
prints Develops
& garage utility tape. piece ceramic guide rod 10-digit. Use AC or ....v. 'A Limit 2 / recreation fund for this
rechargeable battery .v additionaly costs borne
players themselves.In .
other action the
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to repair the transmission of
OVER 6O? SAVE 10% fire 1500.truck, at a cost not time."V

I If you are over 60 or on Social Security,you can loin Eckerd's Senior
Bradford Square Citizens Club and save 10. on vitamins convalescent aids, elastic
.'. aids and many other items In Eckerd's Pharmacy Department.That's I 1
301 South, Starke. FloQda "' '1 J 10.oN Eckerd's already low prices. : ,
if .; Get details and sign up today In the proscription
The first automatic ,
department at your Eckerd Drug Store. electric toaster was r .

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I End But Climate Is I IC
.. t ,'. .1; The World Didn't Changing




In case you hadn't noticed it new ice age (in a thousand years or Scientists believe that if the sea- The cause of melting is said to be

lOMMUNITY didn't happen as predicted for so), and others argue that the polar level increase were to speed up, and the so-called "greenhouse effect" in
Wednesday the end of the world ice caps are melting, which may explain destroy a massive unstable ice sheetin which heat radiating from the Earthis
that Is.All why mean sea level around the western Antarctica the oceans trapped under a thickening layer of
IMPROVEMENT in all, we're glad it didn't even world Is increasing slightly, and why would rise 18 feet and inundate carbon dioxide, produced by the burning
though there would have been at least the rotation of the Earth on its axis is coastal regions of the world, including of fossil fuels, including coal and
one advantage to such a catastrophe slowing imperceptibly. Florida. oil. They believe that continued use of
eliminating the need for filing in- coal, the worst offender, will,eventually
PROGRAM come tax returns by the 15th of next double the amount of carbon
C.I./ Pete Says : month dioxide in the atmosphere and produce
and then large-scale changes in Earth'sclimate
Every now someone
comes up with a silly prediction of Santa Fe Swamp Series Due .
this kind, as if we But there was no evidence of (the
enough to worry about already. But "greenhouse effect" in the winter of
2,000 Azaleas OfferedIn those who are inclined to lose sleep March 15 on TV-5 ChannelSAn 1981-82, which brought the worst
over such things are always repaidfor weather of the century to many areas
their trouble by the feeling of of the country. brutal blizzards hit
relief when the prediction doesn't of Santa ting much of the U.S. and
Woman's Club SaleThe come true. in-depth report on the proposed peat mining Europe...earthquakes rocking, unac-

Now we have nothing to keep us Fe Swamp will be shown on WUFT, Channel, Gainesville, customed areas, such as New

awake at nights until Halley's Comet five successive nights starting Monday, March 15. The England and Arkansas..volcanic
second annual Santa Fe Riverland Azalea Sale co- on in the Nor-
returns to orbit around the earth., in will be used each day on WUFT's 6 mountains rumbling ,]
sponsored by the Gainesville Sun and the Woman's Club of 1986. five-part documentary thwest..and sinkholes swallowinghomes
The March 10 Doomsday date'was news, Monday through Friday. and businesses in Florida his
Starke, will be held Saturday, March 13, starting at 8 a.m. first revealed in'a book called "The p.m. cataclysmic series of events raises

Effect," in staff six weeks gathering data the question of whether Mother
Jupiter published England The Channel 5 news spent
azaleas will be offered this a first
Two thousand year on back in 1974 and co-authored by two concerned citizens of the Santa Fe Lake Nature has gone beserk, and whetherthe
come, first served basis $1.10 each, or ten for $10.50. scholars said to hold doctorates in and interviewing "It world is tilting toward profound

Varieties available include Formosas, Robin Hood Reds, astrophysics> and astronomy. area, and Georgia-Pacific officials in Palatka. changes of climate and structure that
They based their prediction on the developed into quite a project and should be of interest to will intensify over the coming years.
and Whites.
Elegans Gerbing fact that the nine planets in our solar all citizens of the area" A WUFT staff member said in announcing Some climatologists see evidence of
system would come into position, all starting a long slide into a new ice'
The azalea sale is held annually in connection with the within a 90 degree angle on the same the series. age, while others argue that the

Woman's Club city beautification program and the first side of the sun on March 10. The Earth through man's own pollution of
authors claimed this unusual group- the atmosphere, is heating up, the
sale held last March, was a complete sell-out. Better come ing of the planets would create power. polar ice is melting, and vast areas of

early of you want to be sure of getting plants. ful gravitational effects that would the U.S. may eventually be flooded.

greatly increase sunspot activity, Others backed by history, main-
with disastrous results. Letters tc I the Editor tain that bad weather is the "normal"

More than the normal number of condition for planet Earth, and the
charged particles would be sent into good weather that mankind has'en.

Earth's atmosphere slowing down LCI Inmates Praised Fc r> Aid in Helping Youth joyed for the past hundred years was
the rate of rotation. This, in turn, actually better than normal, and
would increase the stress on could not be expected to last forever
etDITOKiALSPermits geological formations, creating grave Editor Telegraph: Could someone please tell me why, Studies show that early in the pre-
disturbances on Earth's surface according when you go to a department or sent century a mild trend brought
to the book. Regarding the accident of the grocery store, they act like they're warmer weather than the severe cold

CI __ One result would be disaster to Los seven-year-old school hoy reported in doing you a favor waiting on you? You experienced in 90 percent of the
Angeles in the form of catastrophic your issue of February 25, I believe know the ones. The cashiers never preceding million >ears. Glaciers

earthquakes, and other catastrophies that the Lawtey Correctional Institu- say thank you, or drop dead, or retreated. Average temperatureswere
elsewhere around the globe. tion inmates should have more anything else for that matter. Usually higher. Summers were warmer,
Other scientists scoffed at the recognition for the help they gave in the cashier that is supposed to be and the growing season started

Needed BeforeThe predictions made in "The Jupiter Ef- this instance.I waiting on you is holding a conversa- sooner and lasted longer.
fect," declaring that while the posi- was present at the scene and tion with a cashier three aisles away. Since 1950, experts recording
tion of the planets on March 10 wouldbe heard the child crying I didn't pay Could someone please tell me why a temperature patterns have noted a
closer together than any other timein too much attention to him at first, so-called auto mechanic will, when he steady cooling of the Northern
Digging StartsWith the last 179 years, they would not with all the noise being made by the doesn't know that's wrong with your Hemisphere, and many believe that
actually be "in line" but would still be school buses coming up and mothers car, replace everything in sight untilit the average temperature has dropped
scattered over a pie-shaped quadrantof arriving to pick up their children, etc. works properly? Then he'll act like about one degree F. since the 1940s.
the solar system. According I to But after a few minutes, I realized the he's really done something, and all The difference between an ice age
fifteen or more noticesof necessary for proper evalua- leading astronomers, the planets cry I was hearing was a cry of pain the while you've paid for parts that and a temperate climate is said to be
violation by the Depart- tion." gang up like this about every 200 and that someone was hurt and need- didn't need to be replaced. (If you'renot only ten degrees.The .

ment of Environmental years, and there is no historical datato ed help.I careful, doctors are sometimes effects of such changes in
Regulation to residents of "To ensure protection of suggest that anything cataclysmictakes asked my baby where the scream- just as bad.) climate can be devastating. A studyof
health safety and place as a result ing was coming from and she pointed I weather discloses
public was just wondering. history many examples
Bradford County in recent toward the high school and said "over
But if don't have to
welfare construction we planets where entire civilizations
"Fed
weeks it seems that some any there". I got out of my car, looking Up"Starke
of worry about there is always the old Fla. have collapsed because of a reshaped
modification, or operation if child had fallen
around to
property owners are not as standby subject of the weather. Some see some environment due to changes in
installation which be a and broken and I (Name withheld on )
a leg or something request.
an may forecasters into
well informed as they shouldbe say we are entering a climate. It is pointed out that cities
violations source of pollution shall be in finally saw the hi tie boy caught in the once prospered in what islOW'an
concerning barbed wire fence. I ran to the road as
accordance with good profes- African desert and
trees
,
under the Rules of the Florida fast as I could, but knew I could not Lag in Building once grew
sional engineering practices where how there is only arctic tundra,
of Pollution Con- get the child off the wire by myself.
Department Delays Opening where nothing grows over six inchesin
trol pursuant to Chapter 471, I tried to stop a man and a woman
Chapter 174. County Agents height. >-
Therefore truck. I cried that Of New G-P.Mill
in out
Florida Statutes. :\ passing by a .,'?And -if ,this I is'\a; cetwugh'tq twt rry
These rules require permitsto all applications for'a'Department r achildnee4ed, tie/pi'bui' ,whoever they 'oo the i. about, consider one of the,jj OMWtK .
the'current
; Due to lag in con-
C'tBy dWnt': to loU\er.4h
be obtained from DER' for permit shall be certifiedby ,', hNof'boe any.w.ere.The it man looked eem in the direction I struction industry, the scheduled controversies now occupying the
world of of
"installation" which a professional engineer drove April opening of Georgia-Pacific's astronomy the question
any was pointing, but just on, un- whether is
the
would contribute to the pollu- registered in the State of concerned that someone needed help. new plywood mill near Hawthornehas Not at a or rate not, we hope sun that shrinking.would

tion of waters of the State. An Florida..." ; Fortunately, the LCI inmates were been delayed indefinitely.The lower its temperature before the
coming along behind the truck, and announcement was made by
installation is defined in the
conservationists have made
Most of the notices of viola- Bobby I ITaylor' when the driver heard my call for John Miller public relations directorfor energy .
final their solar hot wdtf-r.
rules as "any structure, tion issued in Bradford County ( help, he pulled over and stopped his GP's southern decision, who said heaters.payment on !
equipment, facility, or appurtenances concerned van. By this time the road was clear that because of present market condi-
thereto opera- last weekend 44 ..... and I ran on across the street, but tions in the plywood industry, "it is
tion or activity which may bea canals dug from the water'sedge didn't know how I would get across not economically feasible to start newoperations" County Librarian.
in Sampson Lake back the ditch and to the little boy. at this time.
source of pollution. This some distance into the property By this time the inmates were runn- Georgia-Pacific had planned to
,
would include dams, ditches, where the excavated fill Field and garden activity is pickingup ing to the boy, and when they got him close down operations at its Chieflancmill To Change l.o' C: I
canals, land fills, or any other again after a slow-down from a two off the wire I ran back across the this month, prior to starting up
1
structure or activity that "will was used to raise the elevationof to four inch rain and cooler conditionsover street and yelled to a lady and asked operations in the new 30,000 square' a',,. ". v: ) .,)1. .g b u .ri: IBIDAN (
reasonably be expected to bea low areas. the weekend. Maybe this will be her if she would run on to the school foot Hawthorne plant. (. "
"
our last cold spell before spring officially and get someone tocall for A new moving date and shutdown .
souce of pollution" to lakesor DER charges that such begins next week. I could not run because of an Injured date for the Chiefland mill has not ? If

streams "installations" remove filter There didn't appear to be much knee. been set, Miller said, but added, "we ,srlTbt 1
areas provided by the damage to our strawberries or other When I saw Mr. McKinney, the are looking at weeks rather than mon-
wetlands which filter out crops because of the rain, and most school principal, was coming and that ths." He said that around; 250 workers
"Any stationary installation would other- areas got by without frost because of help was on the way, I left. But I just would be employed at the new plant,
which will reasonably be expected pollutants that some wind when the temperature was want to say "Thank God there are located on 123 acres north- of R, nmml
to be a source of pollu- wise go into the lake; it also down in the mid-30's. still some human beings who care Hawthorne. .
says removing the wetlandarea The changes in the weather are not about helping those who are in trou- Georgia-Pacific also operates a saw t1iy rvaibnA'
tion shall not be operated destroys fish nurseries, affecting plans and preparation for ble. I wish there were more people and chip mill at Cross City, and a saw. 'I d d' b9W or

maintained constructed, expanded and the canals provide direct our 1982 Bradford County Fain I who cared enough to look at the needs and paper mill at Palatka:
or modified withoutan understand that most of the exhibit of their fellow man. I just want to say '' ,'
appropriate and currently paths for upland runoffs into space has been reserved and that again, "Thank you to the men from :! {i zalLi h" alt -
valid permit issued by the the lake. division chairman have been selected LCI." I thank God you cared. Suwannee River District:. I an ''s'rl
:cnindtl ;
Set March
Meeting 18
and are making plans for a lot of par-
Department of Environmental DER is not seeking punitive ticipation.We (Name withheld on request)

Regulation" unless the damages for these alleged will also have a new midwaythis A report on the status of the Santa

source is exempted by violations, but is asking that year, that should be bigger and A Few Gripes Aired Fe Swam project assessment for

Department rules accordingto the canals and the filled-in better than ever. One Who SayslIe's y the State under the endangered
the The livestock and poultry shows By wetlands program will be
regulations. be restored to their
areas will be bigger than they have been,in Getting 'Fed up* made at the next regular governing

Before starting work, "Any natural elevations.We recent years. Fifty-three steers, nine- board meeting of the Suwannee River
teen beef breeding animals, and i l Could someone please tell my why a Water Management District., SMITH
desiring to obtain a attention -
person hope that by calling
local hamburger chain spends
seventy-three hogs will fill up the The public is invited to attend the
permit from the Departmentshall to the necessity of obtaining livestock barn. Superintendents Tommy millions of dollars on advertising meeting at 1 p.m. in the SRWD head- Bradford County Librarian n
make application? on permits from DER Hamilton and Wilbur Andrewsare every year and will forget the little quarters in Live Oak Smith has resigned effective March
forms prescribed by the before starting any such scratching their heads to find ticket for their silly game? Why do 26 to become librarian at Southside
Department and shall submit other lakefront space and tie rings for the animals. you have to beg for ketchup? Or why, Disabled American Elementary School, the Bradford
operations, A first this year at the Fair will be a ,every once in a while, they'll forget County Commission learned Monday,
such information as the property owners will avoid beef breeding animal sale. 4-11 and part of your order and you have to Veteran NewsAll March !.

Department may require. The any activities that may prove FFA members had the opportunity to spend a dollar's worth of gas to returnto The Southside Elementary

Department may require such costly in the long run if State exhibit a breeding animal and they get a 50 cent hamburger (to keep members and their families, librarian's job came open recently
to submit any addi- not adheredto. will sell it at the close of the fair by the kids from fussing), and they don t and all Disabled Veterans are invitedto when former librarian Burney
person regulations are
believe it when tell them they attend the next of
meeting
auction. Cattlemen are advertisingand you monthly Winkler became assistant principalat
tional information reasonably talking about the show to other forgot something? And forget Friday the DAV Chapter'81 Starke on March Bradford High School.

cattlemen and at livestock markets to nights. There's so many trucks, cars, 11, 1982, at 7:30: PM at the Pratt Street Smith, who came to the county in
get buyers here for the Saturday and loudmouths in the parking lot you Recreation Center on W. Pratt Street, 1976,says he is changing employmentto
afternoon sale. couldn't get through with a Sherman next to the Bradford County Jail. receive better benefits.

The animals will be sold by the tank. Martin E. Kapellan The county hired Smith because it
head, for cash to the highest bidder. (CMDR) needed a qualified librarian to

This is an opportunity for anyone who receive state matching funds. Clerk
needs a replacement breeding animalor Gib Brown told commissioners Mon-
( is wanting to start a herd) to get a 'Suwannee River Serenade'Free day that 80-81 state matching funds
The Statue of quality animal that has been properly totaled and in
Liberty which stands in New York $11,377 81-82 so far the
Harbor weighs 225 tons and is 152 feet high. grown and trained to handle. county grant has received $10,875.
I have seen two of the four bulls that Show at White Smith's
Springs salary as county librarian is
will be offered this They would
year.
$13,068. Smith said state aid for 81-82
make an excellent addition to many of will total $13,014.To .

our local herds. Be sure to see these The "Suwannee River Serenade qualify the library for'+state
a special evening of
animals at the fair and buy one at the
.
fo ,.
*> > .. and celebration funds, the librarian must {thave' ,a
song for friends and lovers
sale if you can use them. of the Suwannee degree in
library science 'and
&ajI1 Public for this show and River will be 'a
support held in the Stephen Foster administration minimum of two year's experience.
sale is not being solicited. Add-ons at
building at White Smith received his bachelor's
Springs
the sale will not be allowed. However Thursday March 18, starting at
degree in library science from State
7:30
cattlemen are asked to support the p.m.

ESTABLISHED 187. MEMBER sale by paying as much as possible for Sponsored by the Four Rivers Audubon Society in obser- and University his master College's degree in Geneseo from N.Y.the
the animals. .
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. M LLER. Publishers Public support is being solicited for vance of National Wildlife Week, the folk concert will in- University of South Florida at Tampa

the Steer and Swine Shows. This is clude songs by Dale and Linda Crider and musicians Following graduation from 'col-
an guest
'u..II.1McI such ... .. -
.red .
Th.nd.y.nd *o Second C! Matter th* lege, Smith was an elementary school
.Poe Office *t Stark. ,I.. under Ad of March S, 117 opportunity for for you to get and some good featuring songs from their popular book, librarian prior to a six-year stint in
meat your freezer help a "Watersong." the Navy
,...... ... >. young person at the same time. .
Subscription rat In r It r c Y-rj $S Sta l Month The county board at Commissioner
Admission ,
Call me if you would like more in is free and the public is invited to join in this
Outola trad a,... $10"., Y-n ",50 Six Month E.W. Hodges' suggestion, will consult
'''' _U4-4M5 formation about our shows and sales; event to show public concern on the'issues
I.......1orIcIe now facing one with the county library board before
other Fair activities that have
or we
of Florida's
scheduled for this year. finest wild rivers. I Making 1 Smith.any action on a replacement







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U.D.C. Planning
"Strawberry 0 Memorial Service ;'-

W.T. Weeks chapter, U.D.C. made
For Strawberry \ plans (for the annual Memorial ser T
vice to be held April 4, at 3 p.m. at BIRTHSErin
Crosby Lake Cemetery at their
Wednesday, March 3 meeting held at
y
"Strawberry Fantasy" will be the the home of Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar. C.
theme this year for the 18th annual i. < President Mrs. Herbert Thomas
Bradford County Strawberry Queen presided over the meeting where it
Pageant which will be held Saturday, ; Layne Elliott
( was announced the Joseph E. and Mrs. Charles L. Elliott of
Mr.
March
27,at 8 p.m. in Bradford High
School Auditorium.As Finegan chapter U.D.C. extended an Raiford announce the birth of a
o invitation for the Starke chapter to Erin born Feb. 7 In
of Monday, March 8, four lovely daughter, Layne
ladies have signed up for the pageant.Paula ,; join with the Keystone Heights be Alachua General Hospital. She joins a
chapter in a Memorial Service to
sister, Shannon.
---- f4 held in the Hampton Cemetery. They
.' '.'' Paternal grandmother is Ruth
: I also invited the Starke chapter to go Elliott of Newborn, Ga. Maternal
... : with them on a trip to the Olustee Bat grandmother is Mary Nasworthy of
tleground and Museum with a picnic:: Palmetto. t.
liol lunch on April 22.
: Mrs. H.L. Speer was welcomed
Evan Rhoden
:: l back in the chapter and she recited a Jeremy
poem "Honorary U.D.C. Member" Dennis and Denise Rhoden an-
which she had composed.The nounce the birth of a son, Jeremy
\ historical program given by Evan: born March 4 in Flagler
Mrs. Thomas was on Col.! John S. Hospital in St. Augustine.
Mosby emphasizing his daring deeds Jeremy is the grandson of Mr. and
with the Raiders. Mrs. John Latham of St. Augustine,
', mr Social hour followed with a dessert Mr. and Mrs. William C. Rhoden of
4.f course being served by the hostesses: Starke, and the great-grandson of Mr.
Mrs. Terwillegar and Mrs. Franklyn and Mrs. Dexter Reynolds of St.
1 Weisgerber assisted by their guests Augustine.
; ; \ Mrs. Pat Scoggins and Mrs. Mildred Melissa Kay ChittyMr.
J Cuttino

1 i and Mrs. Kenneth D. Chitty of
Matt Waters Starke announce the birth of adaughtl'r
<<
? Melissa Kay born Feb. 24
Celebrates BirthdayMatt in Alachua General Hospital. She
Joiner joins a brother, Jeff, 5 yrs. old. i
Waters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and
Paula Lynn Joiner,17, is a senior at
Wilbur Waters celebrated his sixth Mrs. Elmer (Buddy) Lewis.
.Bradford High School and is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. birthday March 5 with a party at Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Don all of Starke.
Brooks. Paula is being sponsored by McDonalds. Chitty
Games were played and prizes won
.Leila's.Birthday by Clay Whitaker and Matt Patrick. Did You Know. .. .. ... .

The children received racing cars !Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haas and
Dinner of and McDonalds hats as favors. daughter Jennifer, spent the
Approximately 13 friends helped weekend with their son-in-law and
For Three MarchCelebrants Matt celebrate the occasion betweenthe daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mark
hours 5 and 6:30: p,m. Trimpey in Tampa.

Did You Know.. ., ,
Don Joiner of Augusta and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wheeler, Sr. of
of Atlanta will
8 at Mrs. Dolly Spiers of Richmond. Va Elizabeth Yancey
Starke were hosts at a March birth- their
'day dinner held Tuesday night, | in and Starke is here for several days on spend Friday to Tuesday with
at sister. Mrs L D. Vining.
March 2, at their home on Hammond business.
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Road.Honored of 1 ,. :;;::0r--oa:; : ....
guests were those in the i'i' "'" 'J,7\- '' .
family celebrating birthdays in the ; a r tiaU6o;1 lllr'k fJ'" o]
month of March: Fred Wheeler, Sr., is a vo Buy or Sell
,Jimmy Wheeler, and Bud Hughes.All 1
members of the Wheeler family .r;Stanley Products
were on hand with their families to
enjoy a buffet dinner served in the
dining room and kitchen. of C r
Gifts were presented to the honored I 1981 Call
.guests while games of pool and cards i J
were enjoyed by other members of I __ 964-6097 i the families. in Degreaser Linda Johns Aquilaun ..9,

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Gary J. Norman

,House WarmingMr.
INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPAREDShort
and Mrs. Gary J. Norman will
be honored at a house warming Sun- Form $7.50 Long Form $15.00 + up
day. March 14, from 2 to 5 p.m. at
their home at 669 Evergreen Street, Frank Young Accountant
Starke given by her sister, Mrs. Genie
Smith and sister-in-law, Mrs. Sherrie 964-5139 Hwy..301 N.. Starke
." .',, ,
Huggins.
.. ''All friends and relatives are invited Thursday.'D 1 .. arM
t'Gloria for
SUV attend/1
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., J. Griffin,
Larry J. Harrison : I on

:Plan May 1 WeddingMr. Jan an-


and Mrs. Lee D. Griffin of Lin- .
coln City, announce the approaching
marriage of their daughter, Gloria, to the
Larry J. Harrison, son of Charlie Harrison !
of Washington, D.C. PI WeOffer. .-w...
Miss Griffin is a 1972 graduate of : -
Bradford County High School. Mr. to I 5RVKE _
Harrison is a graduate of Ballou High .
School and also a college graduate of be e
Howard University, Washington, D.
C. -.

The wedding. will take place May. 1. conwleter e

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Reid
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Andrew Carter, Jr. : .':.", Head
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To Wed March 13 I ) in
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'approaching marriage of their''

Carter daughter, Jr.Emma G. Reid, to Andrew. I VIC1'CM 4.Pn.ct CIrde e ....,.... SpMer c.-,__._1-_""

The wedding will take place Saturday -
March 13, at 8 p.m. in Greater.
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Church,
Chestnut and Ash Streets, Starke.
"*All friends and relatives are invitedto

attend. ASKAiOUTNAPA'SMACHINE


Did You Know.,..........' :

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SERVICE
'Mrs. Don Effrain of'Vero' Beach
visited her grandmother, Mrs. O. L.
Haynes, : Sr., the first of the week.

Mr.and Mrs.Wilbur Barry and son, :
-Steve of Pensacola, spent last
'Wednesday to Friday with their
parents. Mr. and Mrs.,J. C. Hobbs in
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barryin
Brooker. :

MFCti
J Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Clough of JQQpRT Li
Douglas, Ga. were weekend guests of 92
Mr. and Mrs. J. G.Jackson.
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Miss Anita Green of Fernandina 3 F
Beach visited her parents, Mr. and AUTSEAVICEryEMoutICEryhEo
Mrs. Herbert Green, over the
>weekend.
PyF
'Mrs. J. W. Griffin. Miss Lillian 9
Stump, Mrs.W H. Thomson and Mrs. l:D B VISA
Maria Wallace attended a concert
Sunday afternoon In Melrose at the
::Faith Presbyterian Church given by
the Thornwell choir of Clinton, S. C. I I

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Howe, Jr.,
,of and Mr. and Mrs.
St. Augustine come in to a NAPA store today.
James Dickey and daughters, Joan'
and Jacci: of Jacksonville were Sun- Starke
:day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. '' Motor Parts
':Raymond Howe, Sr. and celebrated r
.,Mrs. Howe, Jr.'s birthday. 155 W. Brownlee Street

,.
Clarence McDonald celebrated his rrq Starke, Florida

fifth birthday Saturday at McDonalds 96.4-6060
:-with: a party for 12 guests Including we help keep America
.seven children. Games and :iiI movingr
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__ Did You .Chow...........
Hampton Hil:ites r nWtWfl -


Dolores children will be served for $1.50. will meet on Monday, March IS, at at the Best Western Motel in Orange Mr. and Mrs. Houston McClane Eugene Rader of Peoria III. an4
I by Phone Meng Donations will also be welcomed for 7:30: PM in the Hampton City Hall. Park against 29 other bands. The final returned Thursday after two weeks at Mrs. Evelyn Standard and Mrs. An-
4R8-1913 this benefit being given for Irle John The Annual Election(: of Trustees will results of this competition will be an- Panama City Beach. nettle Junkins of West Frankfurt Ill.
4-11 Club Hamilton Jr., the Lawtey youth whois take place at thin meeting. Interested nounced in April. The Judges and audience are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs.

battling cancer. persons are int'l.,f.ed to attend. were very Impressed with the Mrs. P. D. Reddish and Drew Red- L. C. Early.

Senior Citizens Marclri Birthdays band's lead guitarist Jody 'dish were Friday oVernight? guests of
The
Hampton Green Leaf 4-H Club
will The Hampton Senior Citizens had 28 March 5: Torn my Rountree was 12; Wadsworth. who performs at. 13 yearsof Mr. and Mrs. George Reddish in Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green of
meet tonight Thursday, !March persons entertained at their Friday March 7, Nicole t Clark was 12; March age. The talent search sponsors Cedar Tallahassee will spend the weekend :
Keys.
11, at 7:30 PM, at the home of Mary radio and the with his mother Mrs. Lex Green nd
meeting. Among guests present were 8, Jay Walker celebrated his 9th; who are WAPE
Jean activities Newman.are invited All interested to attend.in 4-H Lucille Varney, Perry and Morris March 8, Stanle:y Benckowsky. Southeast Entertainers of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane of will run in the River Run in Jackson

Women's Club Benefit Dinner Perry, Gertrude Boyd and Mrs. Loyal Jo-Cephus :Hand Entertains ville were impressed with the fact Jacksonville Beach spent the ville on Saturday. .,
Smedley of Michigan. Virginia Jo-Cephus ai d the Ghost Rider that the Jo-Cephus band Is a family weekend with their parents Mr. and
Saturday, March 13, is set for the
'Having lunch.last' Thursday at the
Cosgrove was celebrating her birth- Band have been busy the past two band. Mrs. Houston McClane.E. .
Spaghetti Dinner be
to given by the day that day. March 5. The principalitem months with playing for a Valentine The Jerry Wadsworth family spent Emmeline and Hessie Restaurant at

Hall.Hampton Woman's Club in the City of interest was Superstitions Dance at the Slarke Armory for the the past weekend in Daytona Beach. L. Matthews and daughters St. Simons Island were Mrs. Henry
and Serving will begin at 4 o'clock with guests relating the favorite FSP Pistol Clut h among other recent They attended the 1982 motorcycleshows Mrs. Bob Ferguson and Mrs. John Godwin, Mrs. Drew Reddish Mrs. L,
until 7 PM for take
go on out
eat-in dinners. or stories they could recall in that engagements.They and races. They enjoyed the Miller visited their sister and aunt, C. Early. Mrs. T. B. Rahn Mrs.
bread drink and Tossed salad, garlic category. Their nex t meeting is also plaiyed[ for an Anniversary various sights of the motorcycles Mrs. H. B. McLendon in Orange Harold McKinley Mrs. H. H. Adams
dessert included
with the, and are scheduled for Friday March 19, at 2 Party in Jacksonville. riders and the large number of people Memorial Hospital on Saturday and Mrs. A. J. Eaves, Mrs. J. H. Moseley
spaghetti meat saucemeals o'clock in the City Hall. One of their la test activities Included participating and attending these Mr. and Mrs. Lola Johnson Mrs. John Torode
Adults will $2.00 and Sunday. They were joined by
pay Cemetery Assoc. Election a talent seclrch contest. In this events. Mrs.'W. M. Meng and children of St. and Mrs. H. M. Richarde of Starke.
The Santa Fc Cemetery Association event the Band Competed on March 8 Poem Dedicated Petersburg.Mrs. They were Joined by former-Starke!
Notices to Lucille Jackel from George Jacket. residents Mrs. Eugene Willuhns,

Legal -U- .v. p p p p p -., Jr. Torie McKinney Wheeler Mrs. M. H. Sheppard and Mrs. J. M,
If God Should Call Vickers of Brunswick Ga. After
underwent Friday March 5
surgery ,
CALL FOR BIDS 3209). 904-964 8168. and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT and you are required to eKflce, 2002 N.W. 13th "If God should call you first in Alachua General Hospital.Mr. lunch the Starke ladies visited the Ep-
Street .. Suite sweetheart Your life in Heaven to worth by the Sea Museum and Lovely
SEALED BIDS WILL BE file the original, with the EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR serve a copy of your 103 ;
RECEIVED BY THE BOARDOF clerk of the above styled CUIT OF FLORIDA IN written defenses If any Cralnesville. Florida, and begin; When tt comes time to Join' and Mrs. W. L. Thomas visited Lane Chapel and toured the groundsof
BOND TRUSTEES OF court on or before March AND FOR BRADFORD on RICHARD E. WELTY tlhe" office of the Clerk of you we'll be together again. their daughter and family, Rev. and St. Simons Island.

THE CITY OF STARKE. AT 27 1982. otherwise a COUNTY Petitioner's attorney, like County Court. Bradf Yes If God should call you first. Mrs. F. L. Starling in Panama City
THE CITY HALL. IN ludgement may be whose address Is Post t>rd County Courthouse, Sweetheart; Will you see If you can over the weekend.Mr. .
STARKE FLORIDA UNTIL entered against you for Case No. 81-541CA Office Box 995, 954 tarke, Florida. find A little piece of Heaven there

600 PM MARCH 16 the relief demanded ir IN RE: The Marriage of North Temple Avenue 3/11/82 That will be Just yours and mine. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and Mrs. Lou Struth and daughter, Mar

1982 the complaint or pell FRANK G. McLENON, Stark.. Florida on or In The'Circuit Court For When you find the spot that'sperfect daughter Terri attended the BOth birthday tha and Mrs. George Miller attendedthe
To install an 8 inch Inner tion.WITNESS Husband before April 3, 1982, and liradford Florida That none on earth could ever family dinner for Mrs. Smith's Strawberry Festival in Plant City
casing ,in the Power my hand and andHELEN file the original with the Probate County Division be Take that rest you so deserve, and mother Mrs, Jerry Bolden, in over the weekend and also visited M*'.
Plant Well Install on 8 the seal of said Courf on D. McLENON Clerk of this Court either File Number 82-9-CP Honey you wait for me. Melrose on Sunday Feb. 28 with 20 and Mrs. Rod Struth and family.
Inch submersible pump February 18 1982.Glb.rl Wife before service on Peti Division ProbateIn But, darling. If God calls me first family members attending. .
with four hundred GPM. S. Brown, tioner's, attorney or Immediately those things I'll do.

Grout II up according to As Clerk of sold Court NOTICE OF ACTIONTO thereafter; Re: Estate of I know that you would wait/ for me; Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and
State Law requirements BY Beulah MoodyAs otherwise a default will Mollie Irene Doil so Honey, I'll wait for you. granddaughter Kari Smith Mrs. Ruby Hersey of Saratoga
were
For any further information Deputy Clerk : HELEN D. be entered against you C leeeasedHotice Hampton Lake at Sea World' over the Heights has rented the former Wise
contact Merrell 2/23 4tchg 3,- IS"iN McLENON 313 Live Oak for the relief demandedin CongratulationsRandy camping weekend. house on N. Walnut Street.

Dee, City Hall Starke Drive, Swansboro. NC the petition. of AdministrationThe Parado was named co-
Florida ;r l THE MATTER OF THE 28516 WITNESS my hand and administration oft 'valedictorian of the 1982 graduatingclass -

THE SAID CITY ADOPTION OF the seal of this court on he estate of Mallie Irene of Bradford County High School. Lawtey News

RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ELIZABETH GRACE YOU ARE HEREBY March 1, 1982.GILBERT. Dail deceased File We are proud of him and hope his successful .
ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY PAYNE. MELISSA ANN NOTIFIED that an action S. BROWNAS !Number I 82.9.CP, Is pen- career continues after
OR ALL BIDS.BOARD 'PAYNE, and CHARLES for dissolution of marriage CLERK OF SAID lIng| In the Circuit Courtf graduationl! By Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee were
OF BOND ROY PAYNE Petitioner: as styled above COURTBY tir Bradford County Kenny Clark Is Working Out! Phone 782-3300 Saturday dinner guests of Mr. Oscar
TRUSTEES JOHN HANSFORD has been brought : Beulah Moody Florida, Probate Division Kenny Clark a 1981 graduate of Vanzant of Callahan their brother-in-

CITY OF STARKE PAYNE. against you In the above- Deputy Clerk the address of Bradford County High School, left Grace United Methodist Church
FLORIDABy NOTICETO styled Court seeking 3/4 4tchg 3/25 which Is Post Office Monday for West Palm Beach. Therehe MYF are having a Rock-A-Thon law.Mrs.. Dave Kelly and sons, Justin
Neil, L. Tucker ROBERT L SAYRE. dissolution of marriageand D rower B, Starke, will be working out with the Atlanta beginning Friday March 12 at 6 p.m. and Brannon of Jacksonville, spent

City, Clerk address unknown.You other relief and you NOTICENOTICE Florida 32091. Then Braves baseball team. Kenny had Highland Missionary Baptist the weekend with their parents Mr.
and addresses
2 15 3tchg 3/11 ore notified that are required to file your I Is hereby ,ames oft spent the summer months at the Church will observe Homecoming and Mrs. George Kelly. Their Satur-

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the above-named Petitioner response to Husband given that on Monday, (ie personal and the representative personaliruipres.ntativ.'s home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Sunday, March 28th. Everybody is in day supper guests also were Mr. and
JOHN ] Tommy Clark. Accompanying Kennyto vited. Mrs. Donnie Kelly and Mr. and Mrs.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Petition with the Clerk of March IS. 1982 at 10:00 attorney
OF FLORIDA IN HANSFORD PAYNE has said Court and to serve a o'clock A.M., the undersigned are set forth West Palm Beach was Robin Lynch Johnny Torode of Starke.Mr. .
filed, a Petition. In the thereof Hus- dow. of Denver Colorado. He Is a good PERSONALSMr. and Mrs. Pat Whitaker and
AND FOR BRADFORD copy upon Gator
COUNTY above.styled Court lor band's attorney. whose Frelghtways, Inc. will All interested personsctre friend whom Kenny met while in and Mrs. Tom Casey of Starke, family and Mrs. Ethel Hardee of

CIVIL ACTION the adoption of the name and address appear sell at public auction for required to file, with training at Bradenton: Robin spent and their mother, Mrs. Fred Moore Starke were Saturday supper guestsof
Case No. 82 80 minor children named in hereon on or cash at 2175 Commonwealth his court WITHIN THREE from Saturday to Monday with the and their aunt. Miss Rachel Boyer of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr
JAMES McCABE Husband that Petition, and you are before April 14, 1982. Ave. A MONTHS OF THE FIRST Clark family. Kenny and Robin expect Jacksonville attended the Golden and Mrs. Raymond Wilkerson.Mrs. .
commanded to servo a Herein fail,' not or a Jacksonville Florida UBLICATION, OF THIS to be at their present location for Wedding Anniversary for Rev. and O.J. Boyette Sr., Mr. and
MILDRED McCABE. copy of your written default will be taken one lot of metal auto NOTICE: ((1)) all claims three weeks and will probably go on to Mrs. George Boyer in Augusta, Ga., Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr., and Mr. and
WIfe defenses if any. on J. against you admittingthe clng. machine parts consigned c'galnst' the estate and another training spot.''We wish them hosted by their son-in-law and Mrs. Robert Manning and family of
NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY RANDALL HOOPER Petitioner's allegations of said to Alco Car Wash ( 1)) any objection by an1 I II lots of good luck I daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mcclenny were Saturday supper
attorney whose Petition, Ocala Fla; metal auto I Interested person to'' Visiting Galloway also of Augusta, Ga. in guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyetteand
address. I is Post Office whom notice was mailed Mrs. Paul from honor of her Rev and Mrs.
TO' JAMES McCABE. WITNESS my hand and clng. machine parts consigned Meng spent Sundayto parents, family of Mcclenny.Miss .
155 Randolph Avenue Drawer C, Gainesville/ the seal of this Court the to Hanna CarWash that challenges the Wednesday with her daughter, George: Boyer on Sunday afternoon.Mr Dana Whitaker of Starke wasa
Mine Hill, Dover. New Florida, on or before 10th day of March. 1982. Systems % Cohen validity' of the of will the the. Mrs. Beverly Wanner and son, Jef- and Mrs. Casey Mrs. Moore and Saturday overnight guest of her ;:
qualifications
Jersey March 23. 198? and Mo GILBERT S. BROWNAs Ocala Fla.: Plaster personal fery, in Orlando. Miss Boyer came home Sunday night. aunt Mrs. Raymond Wilkerson. r::::

YOU ARE HEREBY the original with the Clerk of said Court molds consigned to venue' or representative jurisdiction of Hampton Elementary School Mike Breenahan and Terry Futchof Mrs. Charlene Brown attended the 53
NOTIFIED that on action Clerk of this Court either BY. BEULAH MOODYAs Robin Gerrard Jacksonville the court. Spelling Bee Jacksonville Beach spent Saturday Rainbow Practice for the Girls of ._ '
for dissolution' of mar before .service on Petitioner Deputy Clerk Fla., toilet preps., ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS The School Spelling Bee for 5th. 6th afternoon with his aunt, Miss Bradford County for their meeting on a
rlage involving the s attorney or !im. consigned to Cost Plus of NOT SO FILED and 7th graders will be held March 12 Elizabeth Terry. Monday night. "
following property in mediately tb.r al'er.: ANDERSON E. HATFIELD Florida Largo Fla.; lacquer WILL BE FOREVER BAR. at the school. Those participating Friends of Mrs. Doris Barbour Kindle and Christina Mobley of

Bradford County. otherwise. default. maybe -Attorney for Husband paint consigned-to HED.,, r' ... "f V.-4.-4-. are-,5th .. grade Tina Branharn regret to learn that she is a patient Iq ..Starke.-visited,their, gcandparenta._ ;. '
Florida: A parcel of land entered against you; 4UWW..J3SJ. .. .. National Pool) Equipment r Publication athl.\ ''Quniton Ford, Jimmy Long, Marie Orange Park Community Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp anrj Brya :-.. t'
lying in the SE 1/4 of Section for the rebI..dVrfljand' "... 'T'b : I., FT3260I( Co.. Ft. LauderdaIe'FIo.tchaln :.' Moftce ehdi'bg.A!. *oh* 'Long.and 'Robert Moorehead; 6th since last Monday. Our'prayersare.*" '1'IQn'Satuday nigh t: '
;In I
7 Township, 7 South. the'pelltldr. 904/377-5704 lube testing equipment March hlt982.cPersonal *')**f t .grade, Cassandra Fisher, Andy Freyr wilh her. Mr. 'arid Mrs' Emor.o1&r1') .t:
Range 22 East. Bradford WITNESS my hand and 3/I'' "''chg '4/01 consigned to Lee \ Mindy Hersey Andy Redding and Sid Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville Darlene and Deron of Gainesville :s
County. Florida, said seal of Ihe Court at Whetstone, Temple Terrace Representative: Russell; 7th grade Shannon Ford, visited her sister Mrs. Fred Moore visited their parents Mr. and Mrs.
parcel being more par. Starke Bradford County The Bradford ESEA. TitleI Fla.; Tec electronic Marilyn/ C. Wolf Tammy Peoples, Kim Smith Sean Friday until Monday, March 1st at Harold Eunice on Saturday night. ::s
ticularly described as Florida this 9 day of I Application will, be writ. cash register consignedto Post Office Drawer C Smith and Ruth Underwood. which time Mrs. Moore took her Rev. Dellxrt King, Mrs. Robert Lee 4

follows: Commence at February, 1982GILBERT Ion March 1 31) 1982. If Metropolitan Cash Gainesville Florida < Winners of this event will then par home. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended a

the SE corner of said SE S. BROWN you hove a suggestionfor Register, Ft. Lauderdale 32602 ticipate in the Countywide Spelling Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake church meeting at First United Ei

I '4 and run South 88 Clerk of the he Application. Fla.) computing machine Attorney for PersonalRepresentative Bee to be held in the Starke School City visited their parents Mr. and Methodist Church on Hendricks Ave., S
Court
degrees 30' West along BY Beulah Circuit would you please contact paper consigned to : Board office on March 25. Mrs. Harold Eunice on Friday even- Jacksonville on Tuesday night. '::r
the Southerly boundary MoodyAs Clerk Finance Dept., City Hall 'Marilyn C. Wolf A-B Honor Roll ing.Henry Pastor and Mrs. David Brown :--:
thereof 675 feet to an Deputy The Bradford Title I Of. Tamarac, Fla.; tarps consigned Post Office Drawer C Report cards went home with Hodges and son, Mark and visited Mrs. Doris Barbour in Orange
iron stake for POB. From l'18 3/11 lice The School Board of to Coordinated Gainesville, Florida i students on Tuesday1 March 9. Those Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Smith attendedthe Park Community Hospital on Satur-

POB thus described con IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Bradford County 582 Carrlbean Transport 32602 listed on the A-B Honor Roll for the stock car races on Jacksonville day afternoon. I

tinue, South 86 degrees THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL North Temple Avenue Miami, Flo.: electric sign Telephone: fourth six-weeks grading period are: Raceway on Saturday night. -
30' West along said CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Starke. Florida 32091 consigned to Electro ((904)) 376.5242 First grade Sandra Aviles, Gene ',tR'eal ,.' .'.
Southerly boundary. 225 BRADFORD COUNTY Phone: 964,6800, Ext 6. Light Club Lake Wales, 3/11 2tchg, 3/18 flirt Cynthia Casner Angelina Mrs. Daisy Boch ,

feet to an iron stake: FLORIDA. 3/4 2trhg 3/11 Fla.. to satisfy freightand Crews Kelly Cribbs Tahra Francis Mrs. Mamie Barrett Estate Buys( a:
thence North 0 degrees storage charges -. Danielle Hersey Beth Kennan
Case No. 81 540 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO and Miss Lynn Whaley
under the of Donald McWilliams Sarah Under .
provisions -
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30' West 486.33 feet
DIVISION OF FORESTRY REGISTER FICTITIOUS visited Mr. Bryant
thence North 88 degrees Section 4b( ) of. Uniform wood and Crystal Wilson. Second '
CREDIT UNION. Plomtilf' NAME Wilkerson in Alachua
Standard Bill of Lading. NOTICE grade Scott Branham Jessica (
1600' East 225 feet; vs. DALLAS R. Section General Hospital Floriland'flealtyS
Pursuant to ,
Gator Freightways, Inc.Carrier. Fisher Joey Hall, David Roberts and ,
thence South 0
degrees
CRAWFORD and KATIE L Gainesville in Sunday
Florida Statutes
865.09 GERALD ELY has made .
Darlene Rush. Third 964-77oJ
Melissa
grade Phone
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30 East. 487.25 feet to
CRAWFORD. his wife, Is the afternoon.
notice hereby given explication to Storke
3/4 311PUBLIC Collins and Aimee j Fl.'l
2tchg Byrd Wyatt
'the POB. Defendants that the undersigned onlng: and Planning Hodges. Fourth grade Allison Ar- Sunday dinner 393 N. Temple Avenue, Starke,
less and Except the NOTICE OF ACTION Sara A. Bedford P.O. NOTICE Eloard for reclassification guests of Mr. and Mrs. .
North 25 feet thereof TO. DALLAS R Box 391 Starke, sole Santa Fe'' Cemetery An- of the property described chey Michael: Campen Cindy Davis, Charles Carter and B 'VINO'OR SELLING;PROPERTY W

reserved for road rightof CRAWFORD. Houston owners, doing business nual Election of Trustees below from R1C to Rhonell Estes, Sharon Godwin Mary girls were Mr. and TALK TO A REALTORl'V'ZC ) !
way hoi been filed Texas under the firm name of will be held March 15, FI-2A Lots S and 6 of 1 Hill, .Misty Koehler Angie Mitchell Mrs. W. A. Kirkland of :3 BR. C. heat aIr. fireplace, 'large building Ideal for .
against you and your are YOU ARE HEREBY Encore Consignment & 1982 at 7:30: p.m. at the Ellock\ 2 of Dowlings Subdivision Cheryl Thomas and Jerry Loiacano. OCala, Mr. and Mrs. workshops, also land for gardening. .
required to serve a copy NOTIFIED that an auctionto Clothing Shop. 321 N. Hampton City Hall In parcel' 3707 In Fifth grade Tina Branham Brian Vernon Griffin and *3 BR, plus 5 acres. Ideal for growing family, owner willIng .
of your written defenses. foreclose a mortgage Temple Starke, Intendsto Hampton Florida. Eviction 28, Township 6 'Davis and Marie Long. Sixth grade Ronnie Griffin and to do some financing. .
,if any to it on the plain. on that cerlain property register said fictitious '4 2tf g3/1l South, Range 22 East at Cassandra Fisher Judy Cowger An- children of Lake Park *3 Acres with 100 ft. road frontage. SR.lOf'k ,. _
,tiff's attorney whose located In Bradford name under the Orange and Center dy Frey and Mindy Hersey. Seventh Ga., and Miss Donna A3 M. 2 Ac..... Good IInoncl"II..lIobfo... ';,<, 4 .
lreets, Starke, Florida grade Tammy Ruth Under-
name and address Is County. Florida and aforesaid statute. LEGAL NOTICE Peeples Fralick of Lawtey.Mr. Evenings: Please Call ',; i '""
Dudley P Hardy. P.A.. more particularly Dated this 4lh day of Pursuant to Section for residential multi. wood and Sean Smith.LAWTEY and Mrs. Tom Vornle Odom broke' :" J

P.O Drawer 1030 described as follows/ : March 1982 In Bradford 381.494, Florida family.This change In' .,_----J- -- _?,_-,_-_- -_'__ Talley and children GRI./ Phono 964-5474. '. ./' .,,'1.; :J
Florida J.R.Kelly, Anoclatert '
Starke
32091. The West half (W I 2)) County. Statutes, the North Central classification Is subject] NEWS Jacksonville spent I ir'Aif.I'
and file the original with of the following proper. _3/4 4tchg 325IN Florida Health Planning to a public hearing to be Mrs. Jenell Underwood came from the weekend with their I '
the clerk of the abovestyled
ty: Begin at the THE CIRCUIT COURT Council Inc. will con- field on Thursday. March, the hospital to her parents Mr. and mother, Mrs. John
court on or before Southeast corner of lot FOR BRADFORD COUN. duct a public hearing at '5. 1982 at 7:30: PM i In Mrs. Earl Prevatt home and will be Tye Sr.Mrs. ERR
March 27. 1982; other 60 of WOODLAWN. Sec TY FLORIDA 7.00 P.M. on March 24. the Council Room In the with them for sometime. John Tye, Sr.

wise a judgement may tion 13. Township i CIVIL ACTION 1982, at the Bradford Starke City Hal; or* Capt. and Mrs. John Bloom Jr. left I attended a cookout at HI
b. entered .
against you County Commission 1 hompson Streets the home of Mr. and
South Range 22 East. Case No. 82.99 Sunday after visiting with their
for the relief demandedin Meeting Room, Bradford .
and run West 832 feet to, In the Matter of the S.tarke, Florida. At this parents, Col.! and Mrs. William Wilsonfor Mrs. O. E. Pearson of
the complaint County Courthouse,
or peti. lime all
thane persons Interested -, Starke on Sunday
tion. beginning corner Adoption of JAY Starke Florida. This shall be heard Fort Worth. Texas to visit his
run West 208 feet to a LAWSON GROVES and parents Col. and Mrs. John Bloom afternoon.
i is for the
WITNESS my hand and public hearing for or against the proposal I Q64-50BS
point; thence run East SARAH CORDELLA
the seal of said Court on purpose of accepting as specified In the Sr.Mrs.
February 18, 1982 208 feet to a point GROVES. comments from the Zoning: Code of the City Lois Carter spent a week with
GILBERT S. BROWNAs thence run South 208 NOTICE OF ACTIONTO public on the proposed cf Stark., Florida. : her grandson and daughter, Mr. and QfAtQ 53S3
Clerk of said Court feet to the beginningcorn. : KENNETH LESLIE addition of 71 beds to the Mrs. Don Fletcher of Lakeland.Mrs. .
BY: BEULAH MOODYAs JOHNS. ADDRESS Stark. Nursing Home. Walter Westcott. James Dougherty, left Friday 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone
Deputy Clerk has been filed againstyou UNKOWN Total project cost Is Chairman to go back to Washington D.C. after a 'l; OFFICE HOURSi
2125 "lehg 3/18 .in the above-styled YOU ARE NOTIFIEDthat 150000000. The pro- Starke Zoning visit with her parents Col.'and Mrs. Monday. Friday*. S Saturday f. 12 noon
court and you are required an action for the ponent's application Is & Planning' Board William Wilson.
.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT to serve a copy of adoption of the minor available for Inspectionand Ilchg3/ll Mrs. Elva Kirland spent the week -C
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT your answer and written children has been filed copy at the Council' with Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Kirkland of .5 ,'. 4i
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OF FLORIDA'IN defense If any. to It on Ocala. ,
AND FOR BRADFORD BYRON S. CAMP of the .t- -'I-
COUNTY law firm of Ervln, Varri !Ir

Case No. 82-81 Jacobs, Odom and Kitchen NEIGHI10RHOOO ,
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PROPERTIES. REALTOR, .
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In R. Th. 0m1u IV U.S. 301 South near Bradford Square 964-5231
: Matter of the Plaintiff whose address AND WfTED.in2J. .
Adoption of MEDFORD It Post Office Drawer -- ',,

WILLIAM SMITH. 1170 Tallahassee. .ff 964-5231

NOTICE OF SUIT Florida 32302 and Me We.v.! Changed Our Namo, But Not Our Service ----P. ..
NO PROPERTY th. original with the .-'.,,-., -.i:
TO: JOHN TAYLOR" Clerk of the abovestyledCourt $5.500 DOWN AYMENTOwner will (finance the ...10_oi $44.500 13% f.,30,_,. .. monthly payments '- .. r'
SHAFFER. address on or before the 26 of $492.27. This homo Is 2 years old and has 3 bedrooms t lull baths, control heat I air. 1 car garage. .- 4 ,- ,. ,-
unknown. day of March 1982: ASSUME ,% MORTCAGSiol approximately $5500totel sale price 11000. This homo has 2 bedrooms 4.,
YOU ARE HEREBY otherwise, a judgment paved street.ORANGE :- '
NOTIFIED that on action may be entered against STREETOwner will flnanc this corner lot 4300.

for th. matter of th. you for the relief NICI KEIGHaORHOODxomas with this clean 3 bedroom 1'% bath horn,. Fenced backyard 33500. 8V % OWNERII, '
adoption of1* MEDFORD demanded In the Complaint SAMPSON lAKEWe hove several waterfront lots starring at U.OOO. Some with owner financing.
WILLIAM SHAFFER. has for Foreclosure UNION COUNTY:'." acres ol farm 'land 17100. FINANCING! I IOn

been filed against you WITNESS my hand one NEWlYWEDSIWe have |just the cosy ham for you 2 bedrooms, largo lot.; $ 2.500.
and you or. required to: seal of this Court on the NEW USTINGtNew carpet 2 bedrooms, screened porch. 2 nice lots 32500. this/ beautiful 4 bedroom 3%, Both an one icr..ovso,
serve a copy of your 15 day of February. 1982. Wl HAVElets t lets 4 lots of LOTS. Ivy Now build lot.... Town, large workshop Included. .

written defenses, if any GILBERT S. BROWNAs AMERICA'S NUMBER 1 TOP SELLER Houses and Apartments For Rant '
to It, on th. plaintiff's attorney Clerk of said Circuit CENTURY Property Management Services

address. whose I Is Dudley name P. Hardy and By:Court Beuloh Moody u.sI.... Cwy II t.I, kwe Cepes....frMM; for....NAJ>.. ..rf TM.t..3.p..s.! c-twy It ..:.. ._C..pwwwe. Prl...... .I. Susan M. Foulkner-REAITOR-T44-5044 Appraisals

Esquire. P.O. Drawer Deputy Clerk EACH OFFICE INOf PINDINTIY OWNED AND, OPERATED. I*..!s.wii..Op..iveity. Irene L. ._IIen.r.REALTOR-ASSOCIATE-T44-4I42
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4))HILDHITN|IHI) IOH. High Jump- I)thccM((0))H,
High School didn't bringin 3 Marks BustedAt 1) D. OIMV (IHI) .-.. Lang Jump. I)HAWKINS (SAM)
any patsies for its first home meetof UC RelaysRain I 1..11'' .-.......
the 1982 season held Tuesday. Trlpl., lump. 1)) II,., ("I) ,0.,.. 3)) HAWKINS (1551)( ) .
Buchholz and Palatka, again this wiped out much of last F'H- M-t fol.! V.ullI'I) tokk.n (P) ,-0 110 Hurdles I) ..
day's University City Relays at the '..",,.tt(I') It.I. 100. I lOII..rr) 10.I. ,4))SANK(IHI)
year rated as two of the best in the
area, furnished the opposition Tues. University of Florida but the pOI.tionthat 101Mil..- 2)) Hill IP' ) 4JT: .t. 440 S.<>y1)) '.1..... 44.? I) '.' ',;c..:
day and proved to be a pair of strong wasn't washed out provided RADPORO 49 1. 440-1)) imwn P( )J.'. ..- I) HIM (p)
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track teams.In some big moments for BUS The I 0.> 4 4)C.JONIS(5551).) ( )it:11.. 330 HurdlM-. )Whit .. \. /

the girls team race Buchholz Bradford girls in particular shone (( )401.MIS.. M.dl., I.'.,- 1)) ...1.... 3.47.1. 2)) MADPOIDJi3 ',':

flexed its muscles with 80 points while brightly before the rains came, .4 (DoWIH. Moor. Oovli. K. W.,.."). HOI) .,
Bradford used a final-event mile rewriting three school records according HAWKINS(IH$)13.04. 1)) 011...(P)13.00.1-Mllc 1))Hill j
to coach (P) 10.03. MU. Holly I) lucltholi 3.37.'.
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relay victory to squeeze past
Palatka's girls 56-52 for second. The The girls 4-mile relay unit of Karen 01.ll Toom learnt li.chl.oll 00. MADPOUD U.Palolki '-ItJ '-
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tripler up In Put. 1)) M. How.1I (lu) 77.7..1)) HAWKINS(IH) ." -_-<
points to win, with Buchholz second at mark of 27:19.7: taking fourth in 14-3 Client-) loom(0)( )".,. 2))tHIPPIILP' ((555)145) ,. .
55, and Bradford third with 34.5. that event. High Jump. 1)) M. Ho...ll (In) 1.0. long Jump-) ,
The BUS girls mile relay unit of Also placing fourth and setting a HAWKINS' (5554)( ) 11.11. ':.
school mark in another seldom-run 110 Hurdl.' .. 1)) M. How.ll U... 4)) 1HIPPIILO(IHI)
Pam Hawkins, Pam Boswell, Robin 1 I1 Mil- DoWITT IHI : "
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Jefferson, and Louette Smith clockeda event was the shuttle hurdles four- l,4* .. 440 '.10". 1)) Pol..lk.II.7. 7"7
4:20.5: to win by over 5 seconds. It some of Renee Shipman, Karen 440- 1)) Nopl'r (P) 44 .. 10- 1)) DoWrtT((H1)) 1.3t.'.' "
Kimutis, Alesia Sheffield, and Tyf-- :ISO Hu.dl... 1)) M. Ho...ll ((.)4..I. 1))T. OHIPPIS(IHI)
was the end of a big day for Hawkins,
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who warmed up with a 4th in the shot fany Griffis. Paced by legs of 11.1 and M.dl. '..". I) lo.hholi ,40', 2)) MAOPORD 4.M.I .' .
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put, and then won the long jump, 100 17.6 by Sheffield and Griffis that BUS |IJ.II..n. "._11. Irallh. log)I.). ; ..:. '. ". .
((11.4)), and 220 ((26.2), before startingthe unit came across the barriers in 110-) HAWKINS(HMD) 14'.1 Mil.-)Ich_.. (lu)
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mile relay. She accounted for IT/A Mil. .lo"-1))MADfORO,20.1(Howkli.._wall.iml-
points herself. Another mark came in the 2-mile Smith '
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While Hawkins was tearing up the relay, where Bogle, Tammy Mann, ....... ....,',- .':;;:..-
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short sprints freshman Linda DeWittwas drop- UNIVi ITV CITY ALLAYS .. = _( /> \ ". :
cruising in the distances. DeWittwon ped a 1977 mark of 11:58.5: down to INS anhonWIIh ploc. II griftOIRll .. ;,. ..
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the 2-mile run. Just missing a school mark, and 4-MII. H.layt IHf 4lh 'In 27.11' (n.w ithool '''.''') '. '. ;. '. ,
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for BHS, was the girls 440 relay sprint record If'.K. K'mull.II.lhoHloId 57.5.7. ''''. I .,'. .
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(23.06)) and a third in the triple jump. "
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Donald Gissy cleared 5-8 to place second Robin Jefferson, and Pam Hawkins. 2S7., M. Klrmitl.3.19 '...all 3.07)). "if. ," ,,. ",> .,. .
in the high jump and Brad Carried home by Hawkins the girls 440 H.loy. IHS 3rd In >0 (long 13'. ".w.1I 14.0.j.Honon ""'..'"', '" ,
Hildreth was 3rd in the shot put and ran 50.9 for third place, missing the IJ I. H.whS.10.1)), ,>".' f / ( ',4 'I y yd
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school record of 50.8 by hair. Di,... R.la", IMS (Sh.Hl.ld 71 4, T. OrlMll' ..-,, ," .. f ..", ..
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very competitive schedule this year," S-WAYMIITATIHI 1 Mil. H.loy. IHS 10,11 (Tonronl 1:40,, Holtiwidorl
BUS Coach George Loper said after ..,.to.ni ttmnt, .I.....(P) I 114"I..luchMl(ti)85IIAOrORO 1.44, C. Itlomoi l.lf O. loyoi.1.24)). Hawkins Hits the Tape...
Tuesday's demanding tri-meet. _(IMS) thol Put Rolayl 5551(5( Wo.ion".0. K. Wright :34-0 Sophomore sprinter Pam Hawkins of Bradford (white Hawkins sped 11.4 to win the event. She was joined In

"They know that. It's good for them to hot Pvrt- 1)h) ...W..I.n.N..d.(P)M." ...MIS 3))HIIDMTH ptoccnt (IMS)42 >. W long Crlbb.' Jump 3JO Rlyt). IHS (Ooodmn ''-11. .. Ruti.H jersey), strides across the finish line In her heat. of the this heat by teamate Francine Long, who Is fourth from
run against the good competition." 4))K.WRIOHT(IMS)37-1.MKUI-)(.....tt(P) 121.10. 111)). girls 100 yard dash Tuesday. the left. ;,
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Girls Softball brings to mind scores Live Oak, need to come up with more reached on an error, and Kay Allen It's Gatornationals weekend as Defending Funny Car champ Gordy in 1980 with a Dodge Challenger. I II

ford like 14-8 High's, 21-7 Softball, and 10-9 but the Brad of that lively hitting and make fewer reached on a fielder's choice to put stock and funny cars from all over the Bonnen has retired and will not be 1 Also, Ron Griffis of Melbourne, i
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openers Lee
sounded more like pitcher's duels in errors said. runners at first and third with one country converge on Gainesville and back to defend his title. Other top Fla., son of Mrs. Lil Griffis of Starke, .

baseball. After losing 4-3 to Buchholzin Bass was 3-for-4 against Eastside down. Lorraine Bass then poked a surrounding areas such as Bradfordfor names entered include Raymond is entered along with Dane Gosset of t
the home opener last Wednesday while Mashell Brown and Queenie single to right-center to knock in one a winter weekend of drag racing. Beadle of Texas, the defending NHRA Cocoa In the Competition Eliminator

the Bradford girls came back to Berry added 2 hits apiece. Brown run..Lisa Blackshear's fly ball made : Races will be held March 11-14 at series world champ, and Don division,.They'll be driving a 1980 Don 111

Eastside by an identical 4.3 count nip in' scored twice and Berry slapped.2 10' : it 3-2 as a sliding Allen beat the throw ,. the Gainesville Raceway on SR-225, 4 Prudhomme, 4-tlme Gatornationals. Hardy Monza powered .a 29? ftmali- I. 1
Gainesville Thursday.BHS doubles and accounted for 3 RBIs. fiome..' MasheM Brown then grounded...,"( mile west of the Gainesville'Airport1.' 1 Funny! Car"winner"." block CheVrc-ret and sl'11EBy1Nash :. Ill
Doll Waters, Kay Allen, and Lisa an infield single to tie the score. Advance sale tickets have been on 5 speed. Ron sponsored by
Coach Gayle Lee said key hits' Blackshear had the other Lady Tor- Buchholz won with a single run in sale at Wilson's in the Oak's Mall and A sprinkling of local names will be Jim Rathman Chevrolet of .!

just weren't there as BUS was limited nado hits. the top of the seventh. BHS couldn'tget the Raceway ticket office (377-0046). entered in the field. Bud Spears of Melbourne. One of RonV pit crew

to 7 base raps by Buchholz and then doubled runners home after loading the Defending champ's returning to Heilbron Springs, a surprise winner members will be his cousin Paul ,
Berry home
just barely squeaked by Eastside's Vonda Brown and bases in the sixth as the Buchholz Gatornationals are Shirley two years ago in the Super Stock Wheeler of Starke. .
Rams despite slapping 11 hits. But it doubled Kay Hall in the first and then third baseman made a leaping snag ofa Muldowney in the Top Fuel categoryand category, is back in that class, this Mark Wilson of Waldo is entered in :

was a key blow that won the game third again to score Brown in the line drive off Kay Allen s bat. Frank laconio in Pro Stock. time driving' a 1964 Plymouth. He won the Stock Eliminator's.Fortune .
to BHS into
Eastside. With the push the 3-3 stan- and
against score tied Jackson was 2-for-2 Hamm
3.3 in the final leftfielder Lorraine doff.Val BUS in
inning Hamm got the pitching win. 2-for-3 to lead the batting
Bass slammed a towering drive In the loss to unbeaten Buchholz department. t
over the outfielder in right center and {
Hamm locked with her Bobcat \
easily circled the bases for a game- up uihhali. 000 300 I 4 f 4ridfotd t
for duel until
winning home counterpart a pitcher's 000 OM I 1 7 I '
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The 1-1 Bradford girls, who are at standoff with 3 runs on 4 hits and 2 errors Ir.dlo.d Ml 001 S 4 II 7 ', ;' i{ Jdi

home Wed. March 10 against SantaFe but BHS came back with a rally 1..ld.- Hmm(I-I). 010 001. JllW ; i; ttIt \ ) nM;
Mon., March 15, against Mid- in the fifth to tie the game. HR- ..,. ;: ;

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19 hits 7 of them for exblast with Ricky Sullivan and Randy the team after 5 games and has 11 1982 BUS SCHEDULE
tra bases the Tornadoes of Bradford Pafado aboard in the seventh to put RBIs 8 runs and 4 extra base hits. .
rolled Baker I ell home III are T:M p m.unlnanolydlf I)
High over County's'' same.
more icing on the cake. Hudson is batting .533 with 8 runs and IKBKl'AKV i
Wildcats 14-5 in Macclenny Tuesday' BHS coach Mike Hartley said he 7 steals Norman is at .471 with 7 RBIs] BUS M KrynUme I I IIIIIS
anP.nowheadintoatwo-gamehomes- relieved to get the runs after I and 5 runs, and Fender and Chaff are II Kryilone I
land with a 4-1 record. BUS hosts St. l i I HoHr 11. 141191
Baker County closed the gap to 8-5 both at ..462.Fender .
Augustine Thursday night, March 11 BUS 7. Uaiimvllle fMAHCII
Palatka with a 5-run fourth inning, allowed 10 hits 4 of them
and Friday night March 12,
with both games being 7:30: starts. Fender helped his own cause with a doubles and all 5 runs were earned .
BUS II- sblewashismainProblem."llewasn't
4-for-5 at the included but Hartley said middle I inning trou
Wildcat night plate that .
The pitchers couldn't find a 1 11 M. AuguMIn* III) C71301| .
way to hold back the BHS bats as the a pair of doubles and an RBI. Clayton ] 12 P.I..lha.m II:3flt .
Norman was 3-for-5 with 2 runs and 1thetopofthefirstandpouredonmore as sharp as he has been but he came IS .l KanlHldr: Ci 00)
Tornadoes jumped out to a 6-0 lead in
back ..8.I.... huh Illl 17 30))
pretty well after that one Inn- :
RBI, Andy Chaff was 2-for-3 with an ( .
20 Kalnrtvllle IIS 12:1)01)
runs in the later innings. Two Scotts. RBI], and both Parado and Schoening ing. 21 I
centerfielder] Scott Hudson and were 1-3 with Par double and i pitch Thursday with Hudson getting Mlrftlleburg Illl (T.ilOl:
designated hitter Scott Allen- did the Schoening picking up 1
the nod 29 Ualnnvillc IIS 11111.00
bulk of the damage. Hudson was RBI. i': against Palatka Friday. The 30 al 81. \ulluilin.| (17.00)'
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4-for-4 with a solo homer, a double 3 "We're hitting the ball pretty well" Ala ', J far. lost just once so ,M-HII. 1
runs, and a steal and Allen was also Hartley said a statement that could \
4-for-4 with 2 home 6 RBIs and \.. .+arftlr"I' Kuthholi III) (7 301 t
runs 2 easily be viewed as an understateruns. .'. ford. MO 202 4 14 I* I 2 al I'alalka: 17:301al : ;
Allen who has been relegated to ment after Tuesday's pounding. t S.COTT ALLEN SCOTT HUDSON 000 SOO 0 9 10 4 8 Mhlilloburg 13:out)
the DH role while a hamstring injury "We've just struck out 11 times in 5 Clouted 4 hits, 2 of them Was also ...ror-" with a w..>.nd.,((3.0)). I. Andonon.H 8 at t.i It* Oak 17:301: '
heals poled a solo shot to lead off the games and walked 23 times." homers, and knocked in 6 double and HOb in the 11-5 21-* IHI.I.INS '.All..d.,((2)((2))).and Hudton.Hudion.and Parade Mans 12\1..111117:301;taMNlrfc: III) 17:10): :)

sixth inning and then powered a 3-run Allen is hitting .692 (9-for-13)) to lead runs against Macclenny. win McM.ndra>, C....., H.rr.ll)) .nd Tayl.r.) I' al Santa t.. 17-301:





I Friday is Last Day to SignUp for D YMinor, Major Ball. .. Softball Leagues Set I




The last day for Sign-ups with the Starke Dixie! Youth 2 Church Leagues Planned... Methodist Church of God, Calvary Baptist, the Starke Curtis and Wilton Hart, 4)) Keystone Merchants; 5))
Baseball Minor or Major league program is Friday, Stars (sen'ior boys), and newcomer 1st Baptist. Olin's Mobile Homes; 6)) 301 Quick Stop, 7)) and a team
March 12. Players can be signed up at the Old Armory Two divisions of Men's Church Softball and a slew of represented by Randy Gaskins. LWCI, which signed on
from 8:30: a.m. to noon and 1 to 5:30 p.m. or at Pratt St. new sponsoring names are among the new twists plann- Entering the<< "B" division will be: Pine Level Baptist! early, notified the Rec Department that it will not field
center from 3 to 5 p.m. each weekday. ed for adult Softball in Starke this year. 1st Presbyterian, Latter Day Saints, Smyrna Baptist, a league team this year.
Dixie Youth Minor is for and St. Edwards Catholic, and the Jr. Stars.
boys girls ages 8-10, Dix- Seven teams are in the Women's City League at present
ie Youth Major is for 11.12 year olds with age determining Organizational meetings saw 30 teams sign on for A Women's Church League, of which there was none and if the women's church league doesn't work out
date August 1. 1982. what now could be five leagues in Starke rather than last last year, will be a reality in 1982 only .if one more: the Starkettes girls team would be added to make a total
There is no charge for the league but players must ballclub can be drummed up. Three teams 1st Baptist
and includes of theDomino's
year's three. 12 men's church teams registered of eight. Norman's Farm, which most
supply there own glove and either tennis shoes rubber 1st Methodist, and the Starkettes 13-15 year old team --
or plans have been drawn up to have two church leagues' of last year, returns along with the Rowdies,
cleats. Also a copy of each player's birth certificate an "A" division and "B" division with six teams in signed up. Dazzlers, Saints, Starke Uniform Lawtey Rebels,
must be turned In at registration. each league. The Men's City League has seven takers after two Lawtey Cubbetes.

Dixie Boys (13-14) signups continue until Friday, dropped out and two more got in. Counted in at this time: The Rec Department said plans are to start league
March 19, as do sfgnups for the Starkettes. girls Softball Registering in the "A" division were: defendingStarke are the 1)) Country Boys; 2) the Honkies, a city play April 19.
team. Church champ Kingsley Lake Baptist 1st employees team; 3) The Express, sponsored by Ted




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Bradford High School split 5-2 mat- The Lady Tornadoes Doubl.l-I)Sopp.Wlnkl.r(IMS) d.l K.oill ankhotdt
ches in Palatka the 111)) INen.WIhu (P) d.' Mill. > John.on I Sl.hlblllom .
Tuesday winning salvaged both doubles
wins as Stacey Slngl.t.( K. Johns (INS) d.l "".. I t
BHS'Lifters boys match but falling in the girls Denmark and Faith Roberts teamedup H.rrlion. (ass) dot. G.nNI) I I. Ooubl.l-. John.on
f test, to put both boys and girls recordsat at number one and Sheri Foster H...'... (INS) d.l ....., C.nlll) IF.l.tk.S .
2-1 for the season. and Lori Clark won at number two. IHS girl.
Bradford High's weightlifting team Craig Sapp and Eddie Winkler ,'..' 1)) Sonhhardl ('I) d.) O.nmo.lt O. 40: 1))
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IHShoylf.P.lotlialJlnjl. (P) d.l. .b. 42 4 I.: 1)) All. (PI) d.l F.. .>
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r just missed winning its final meet of tured singles wins and then .
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.. I) dp (IHS) d.l Kt.ill. t 1, 7 t. ll 2)) S.1. 5.2: 4)) 011...(PI).W Clerk 9-7.42.,.5: SI)Ward(P)
the 1982 season, falling 39-32 at Mid- number one doubles and Jeff Johnson Wink) (INS)d. Bonl.ha.dl t.3. tO' 3))ir.ton) |PI)dot. d.l. W ,.40. 40Ooubl. ,
\ dleburg last Wednesday.The and Shane Johnson added singles victories Miller..3. 4-3; 4))I. 1.10",." (INS) d.l WllkM)) ,., 41, ... I) '.",., lI.b....(IHS)d.'. An..W..d'0
loss which ended a 1.7 season in the boys team win. All the I)1.) Johnun(IHS) d.l s.ancy (pt) .... t.1. 21| ,..... tob.rt. (IMS) d.l Kraui.'Jon.t 10

for the 'lifters marked the close of matches were single set sweeps except -
the season for all the Tornadoes but for Sapp's number one singles St. Edwards Church Hall
Wayne Wall, who will compete in the match with Jason Krazit, which went
state 3A meet at North Marion Satur- to two tiebreakers before Sapp won
day. Wall, a sophomore, qualified for BINGOEvery
the meet in the 114 pound class with a '
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315 total.
Winning their' weight classes for Come to the WELS d Saturday 7:30: P.M.
for i 411 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Fla.
BUS last week were two TornadoesDon --
Green at 181 with a 445 total andy Lenten Service ?4a
! ) 4rV iS'p61 1it1uri111SIr TomPi: ree-at, 114.with.-d .270-totaL.. t-r 1 I v ,... -

Rob Spitze Andy Nyguen, Eric Lane<<
William Salmon Randy Luke. Pine Valley
Stephen Spell, and Donald Thorntonwere
all second in their weight
classes for BHS. CongregationalHoliness.

Biggest lift of the day for BIIS'wasby ., ,
Martella Moore, who totaled 450 I
A ftwiM) .hu bwn dtflmd aa on..IO lalUnf ChurchU.S.
but was just lifting exhibition. lo pu'luaU.h( Un.for anolharparaon. < .,.

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A State Meet Hopeful... 141- 1)) L...10MI1-MO.: 149- 1))S.I...."110100410.III. Clwltt Evingt c.l Lutheran Church I
oIlSp: ophomore t Wayne Wall shown here working on his bench press, will I) O. Gown 240201.40... 3).) Crlbbi 225-210._. ? liana Santa Wtenautiy T.30 pm 7:30
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1 1.213 Bedroom Ipts. Rev. Wendell PittmanRev.
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Wi \Ii: Ml tIs ))1 IJJE Hoop Tourney Pop Warner

ciri. ni f> Will Benefit Needs Adult 1530 W. Madison David Hodges, pastor

Th lub's Winter Ban. /Cancer, Victims Coaches, Etc. ,.. Phone 964-6312
quet i hursday night. March
18. st' Mat 7 p.m..The banquet wiJT')' The Lawtey Sonlcs basketball team The Bradford Cowboy Pop Warner
hono IS athletes who competed in and the Concerned Citizens of Bradford youth football association is looking
County are jointly sponsoring a for head coaches and assistant
cross, jntry. basketball volleyball,
weightlifting, and wrestling. basketball tournament at the I RJE coaches for the youth teams and for
Again, the meal and awards- gym the weekend of March 19-20 to sponsors for the cheerleading squadsfor
presentation! Banquet will be held at benefit Lawtey's two young cancer next season. t 1 ;bL
the Golf & victims John Hamilton and Jerry t t
Starke CountryClub.
Gaskins. Meetings have been set for anyone 1
Tickets'are $5 and available through interested
in volunteering to either
Eight teams have been invited
Bobby Shannon (964-5538)( ) or other All in the to coach football or teach cheerleading.The 0 1't
Sports Club officers. / participate tourney, which is
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set to begin Friday night and run 1
,.through Saturday night. Proceeds football coaching meeting Is
Special Olympics will go to the funds set up for the two Tuesday night. March 16, at 7:30: at
District boys. Dale Brown's home at 1102 Colley
Day Persons wishing to volunteer to Road in Starke. The cheerleading
Is March 20 help with the event should call meeting is Wednesday night. March
782-3130 782-3001, or 782.3477 after 17, at 7:30: at the same house.
will be the
Bradford County hosting ,
District Special Olympics competition -
Saturday March 20, at the BHS
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track. / '' NOTICE At Kentucky Fried Chicken we
600-700 participants are'pxpetted
Some -
concentrate on just one thing makingthe
at the event. Events to be con-
tested include: 50, 200, and 400 meter Concerning Destruction of Court RecordsIn best tasting chicken and cooking it I

dashes; mile run standing long jump, up fresh, tender and juicy the Coroners

high jump Softball throw, frisbee, 400 accordance with rules adopted by the special way. There's no other fried

race meter, wheelchair relay] wheelchair.slalom] ] wheelchair 25 meter 4 Supreme Court of Florida, the Clerk of the Courtis chicken like it. We do chicken right. I

x 25 meter relay, tug-of-war pentathlon no longer required to retain court records in- r
volleyball, team soccer, and Offer good at these stores only: METRO JACKSONVILLE STORES STARKE
soccer skills. definitely. Certain court records presently in the MACCLENNY GAINESVILLE JASPER LIVE OAK ST. MARYS, GA.

custody of the Clerk of the Court of Bradford r tCLIP AND USE THIS COUPON _Bj _CUP AND USE THIS COUPONU r- CLIP AND USE. THIS COUPON BGB

Girls Needed County may be destroyed in accordance with the $6.99 S1.69 4.19

For StarkettesThe provision of the Supreme'Court Rule 2.075 of the I I I j

Starke Rec. Department is nowregistring Rules of Judicial :Administration after 5 15-PIECE SANDWICH

determining girls date Is ages Sept.13-15 1, 1983)(age to September 16, 1982.,'No active court records will I CARRY PACK I & FRIES I THRIFT 9-PIECE BOXGet I

play for the second-year Starkettes be destroyed. From time to time, after the above 15 pieces of the Colonel'. |_ Get the all-new+ Chicken Brest Get 9 piece* of the Colonel'
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girls Softball team. date additional court records be grlgln. Recipe or Extra Crispy Filet sandwich and the Colonel' Recipe or Extra Crispy
may destroyed I wedge-cut Kentucky I Chicken
Limit one coupon per customer I
Fries
under the provisions of said rule. Interested Limil ,
16th Annual per- Good only for combination white Limit one coupon per customer. one coupon per customer
obtain of the dark orders Customer pays all Good only( for combination while' Good only for combination. while
'Berry Golf sons may a copy Supreme Court I applicable sales lax. I dark orders. Customer pays all I dark orders Customer pays all

Tourney ComingOnce rule establishing .a court records retention applicable sales tax applicable Sales tax I

again the' first..weekend: .ln. schedule and i providing' :, ,procedures governing I I I I.

April will bring on the annual the destruction of court records by contacting I

Strawberry Invitational Golf Tourney the Clerk of the Court.
at Starke Golf and Country Club. I r 1 Sr I

The 18th annual event will run I ... .1. Ka.;,,, .y I 1
Saturday and Sunday April 3-4, with j
18 holes each day. An Am-Am segment Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk I i II I y : ( .A

where players can pair up into Bradford County Fl. I I 321S2I
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a and 4-man teams or both as they e.. Hire 3/71/12 MM BeN ttmi :3/J1VM

wish, will precede the Invite on. ,.10Iftr; iMacalp..riod. only II Kuneicey/Md ("TN. -.........IIIC-.ctIy.Mead La en-aa4)pat pNardy Bffa1sail M N.Muchy Ihx .p/....
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1,000 to Play in Band Festival :



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) r Some 1,000 middle school and junior superior,excellent,good, fair or poor. Bishop ma; wesiwooa MS;: Baker to.'
1 t j I II high band students from IS schools Bands will perform at minute( in- MS, Lake Side MS Band No. 1, and.
i jK will be in Starke this Saturday,March tervals from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. Lake City Junior High.
13, for the District Concert Festival
sponsored by the Florida Band- BUS Band Going
master's Association. District ContestIn
The Bradford Middle School band To

I ,ry 'Y will perform at 11 a.m. a separate event, the Bradford':
Ir The band from each school will play Order of performance, starting at High band will travel to Gainesville:
about 20 minutes of music on the 8:30 a.m., Is A.L, McBane Middle High this Saturday, March 13, for:
stage In the Bradford High School (MS), Keystone Heights MS District Contest
auditorium, then go into a sight Dunellon MS, Price MS, Jenkins MS,
reading room where they will sight Bradford MS North Marion MS, Fort
t read two songs in private, says BUS Clark MS, J.L. Wilkinson MS, Orange The BUS band will perform at 1p '
Bandmaster Mike Woodfin. Each Park MS, Green Cove Springs MS .m., according to Bandmaster Mike,
band will receive an over-all rating of Lake Side MS Band No. 2, Howard Woodfin.


rtq Williams.

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t '{o A Senate bill (SB-978) proposing a
i regional base for the price index for
mula under which school districts
(counties) are funded is "betting a lot
r- of real serious attention,' says Rep.
5 Williams.
Under the current price index, ry 4

_Art__ _Students_____n__ _Show nu Part_ of Youth Art Month... Bradford County schools receive
,, $307,00 less than they would if they
It's Youth Art Month and part of the celebration Is an hibiting Its work at the Florida Bank and Communlt) were funded 100 percent of the funds
exhibit of work done by Bradford High and Bradford Middle State Bank and will be touring the current exhibit at the 1 allocated by the state. Under the cur
School students at the county I'ublic Library. Here Santa Fe Community College gallery The BUS advancedart rent cost of living formula attached to
students show of the work currently on display.
some Bradfordis
school funding formula,
and Karen students will show their work at the University of the REASON #3 H&R Block' fair
Pictured are: seated Clyde Sumner, left considered to be a poor county : price
Thorpe. Standing, left to right. Donna Prescott, Nadine Florida; BUS art Thursday.students March will be 18 holding: and the a BUS Rock-A-Thon students where it costs less to live. Therefore, At H&R Block, our price are based solely on the complexity of your return.
raise
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Roland Coleman, Sullivan, and Lisa Green.Also to money
lUcky
Green. Mrs. Bobbie Sue O'Brien will again be the district receives less than the full So you can expect to pay less for the 1040A Short Form than for the more complicated
Middle taught by
Month the
as part of Youth Art locally .
for the Strawberry Queen Pageant. amount of state funding.itary 1040 Long Form
School Art Club taught by Mrs.! Nancy Brewer will be ex: decorating
I What do you get when we prepare your taxes? A complete Interview by a
: person specially trained In Into new tax laws. And a return that's doublecheck-


I 19 Earn Straight-A's at Lawtey Elemet School ed Hqw for accuracy.much will your fee be?Call or visit a nearby HSR Block office and we'll

be happy to give you an estimate. One thing Is certain, HSR Block gives good
value. That's why millions of our customers come, back after
year year.
Holder La tain Johnson
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Shuford. Bridgett
ta Tye, Mark
Tasher
Sixth-Seventh Grade:
Nineteen ((19)) Lawtey Elementary .
Barber Norman, Glenda Rosier, Melina -
Third Grade: Carmen Gary
School students attained the distinc Allen Christine Doolin.
tion of earning "straight A's", duringthe Sixth Grade: Kim Austin, Sonja Michelle Dianne Brown, Raymond Smith, Glenn Taylor, John Tye. I''D" l H&R BLOCK ,: .
third six-weeks period. Berry, Claudine Greenly, LaShawn Joseph Cribbs, DeDe Cox, Jason First Grade Becky Austin, I I Ie
(72) additional Holder Missy Price Thomas Howard, Alvin Jenkins, DOn- Bradley Ball, Mandy Box, Jermain THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
Seventy-two
students at Lawtey Elementary earn Fifth-Sixth Grade: Susan Peugh, na Padgett, Rudolph Perkins Jr., Bradley, Shannon Brown, Misty "17 reasons. One smart decision.
Michael
Crawford Crews,
ed a place on the "A B" Honor Roll Becky Poore, Christy Redding, Jill Linda Michelle Sapp. Tracy Kitties
Jenkins LaTerra Johnson, Tory -
Strickland Mechelle Wright.
The ".n Honor Roll includes: Fifth Grade, : Michael Blalock, Kim Second Grade: Dale Arnold, Okeima Lee, Misti Padgett, Jeffrey STARKE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Seventh Grade: Zachary Chastain, Brewer, Timmy Coleman, Jerry Michele Barbour, Shane Bennett, Pilcher, David Prevatt, 964 N. Temple Ave. Keystone Shops #3
Robbie Cowart, Terry Gaskins, Gaskins, Unissa King, Lisa Mitchell', Stacie Bentley, Cartrlssa Diggs, Stephanie Traylor. 964.8286 Hwy 21 N 413.3646CASH
Wendee Hall, Stephone Harper Ann Sheila Tew.Fourth Steven Hardee, Shauntel Houston, Varying Exceptionalities: Angel
Starling, Eric Starling, Vyunda Grade: Karen Hardee, Chas Starling, Stephen Tomasovitch, Starling, Roberta Williams.

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: y (Grocery Costs ,Going DownSurveys Legend to Graph ,.


B bo..d on 15 oz.

C. based on 4 for 9T :I'I' I S:'
Show Prices Down ; Local Prices About Average for Thrifty BuyerTwo

D based on 10 'for 1.19E
separate surveys on grocery prices one a statewide price-search in the big cities in Florida and Locally we surveyed our 5 major stores Pantry Pride and Winn Dixie in Starke Spire's IGA and
the other a local checkwho into our area some topics that should be interesting for those Parrish's Food Store In Lake Butler,and Miller's In Keystone Heights-and found that for the shopperthat based on 6 for 88' .
buy groceries. And who doesn't.buy groceries compares and shops smartly area prices stack up well with those around the state. The state I
survey based a cities' market basket price on the lowest prices available for each item of the 4-5 stores "
"The; best news Is that grocery costs are dropping. A Market Basket Report that checked 18 large checked in each city. Using that s stem, taking the lowest price available in our 5 stores for a half
Florida cities in January, 1982, (published in the Gainesville Sun, Feb. 4, 1982)) showed that the gallon of milk for instance,a "local' market basket cost$40.70 in early February. ,which was 4 pennies A based on 3 heads for $1
average price of a standard 35-item market basket had gone down in price from $42.21 in January, under the state average. ,
1981, to $40.74 a year later. That was a drop of $1.47 or 3.5 percent. The biggest change came in the We also had our sister papers in Live Oak and Macclenny check their grocery prices. In the graph S special sal. prlcAdju .
price of sugar, which slid from an average price of $2.27 to $1.33, a 41.4 percent decrease.A below you can check prices for our area, Macclenny. Live Oak, and bigger markets such as
20-ounce loaf of white bread was up 15.8 percent frozen orange juice concentrate was up 26.5 per Gainesville, Jacksonville, and Tampa. At the bottom are the total basket prices. .tm.nl according to .
cent, and a pound of smoked ham was up 17.4 percent, but for the most part Florida grocery prices A general trend we found is that the bigger the city the lower the grocery prices. So in shopping for av.rag. prlc
have decreased. food at least the big city life, with its competition driving down prices, isn't so costly.

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MILK homogenized\ gallon. . ;., '',(;o!" $ 1.27 1.25 1.30 1.24 1.24 1.21 1.24 1.29 1.25 1.27
o CHEESE.1001..harp.C'ack.rBarr.I" 'J":4: ; 1.98 1.89 1.99 1.99 1.99 2.19 )1.99 209 1.99 1.97
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airy Products f d MARGARINE. pound I 4sticks. . ,i:. ..!. .58 .79 .69 .59 .59 .59 .59 .39s .39s .56s
EGGS. 1 doien large. . . . . ",,.t.1'10" .83 .85 .85 .79 .79 .91 .79 .83 .79 .79
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SIRLOINSTEAK.bon.-ln.Cholc.llb.t .. :. .V1.': 3.18 2.29 2.99 2.99 2.79 2.69 .298 2.98 2.79 2.89
GROUNDBEEF.lpound.1 . . . :. 1.39 1.39 1.28 1.39 1.39 1.29 1.56 1.56 1.38 1 l.08s
*' r, PORK LOIN CHOPS 1 pound. .;'..l

f Meats + /> to % Inchthlckwllht.nd.rloln..l.io\ ? 1.39 1.59 1.59 1.99 1.99 1.89 1.39 1.94 1 1.99 1.99
HAM, smoked, butt end, 1 pound. . ..\*: 1.29 ..99I .99 .99 .99 1.09 .99 .99 .99 ..981.39s
BACON.r.gular.llce.1Ib.nam.brond. . . 1.99 I 1.39 1.19 1.95 1.42 .179 1.39 1.53 1.47
WIENERS. 1 lb., name brand . . "., 1.39 1.39 1.49 1.89 1.59 1.88 1.89 1.59 1.69 1.49
\ CHICKEN whole Grade A. 1 Ib . .. .'."Y. . ...9 .59 .58 .69 .68 .39 .75 .69 .69 ITs .

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BANANAS ysllowmedium. Ilb I .. . :.. ..:: @ '"_ .2S .29 .33 .25 .23 .29 .23 .25 .25 .23

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CARROTS 1 lb. whole. . . . ,. . .?I. ,. .28 .35 .39 .25 .18 .25 .13 .27 .25 .25
VO etafIes CABBAGE, 1 pound. . . . . .. ) ? .18 .19s .29 .19 .10 .23 .18 .17 .17 13o -
LETTUCE. 1 h.od.< Iceberg . . . .,,. 1 .50 .59 .49 .79 .98 .99 .98 .79s .68.. .89
TOMATOES. vlnrlpened, 1 Ib. . . . '';1; .69. .69 .99 .39 .68 .39 .39 .39 .45 .45

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s heavy syrup name brand. . . ; . : 97 .99 .94 .95 .95 .91 .79 .83 .95 .83
Canned Goods 1' PINEAPPLE 20 oz. can sliced :'
< Dole or Del Monte. . . . . to. .4" .81 .83 .83 .81 .81 .83' .81 .81 .81 .81
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SUGAR, 5 Ibs., white .. .98s 1.43 1.39 1,42 1.43 1.55 .139 1.29 1.43 1,29Me
INSTANT COFFEE 10 oz. iar, Folger's

Maxwell Nescafe. . . . .
ISC. Items $ House or : .t,,' 3.98 3.98 3.98 377 349s 3.91 349 3.99 3 49s 3.88
cal..,,, MAYONNAISE.1ql..H.llmon..orKraft..H.1 1.42 1.35 1.42 1.42 1.42 1.47 .135 .135 1.42 1.33
PEANUT BUTTER 18 oz. jar, Jif, Sklppy .. .
Peter Pan or Planters . . . . . .. 1.87 1.65 1.89 1.87 1.86 1.85 I 1.84 1.83 1.88 I 1.82
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ORANGE JUICE CONCENTRATE 6 oz. can. . .44 .57 .57 .44 ,44 .44 .43 ...4 .44 ...2
Frozen Foods ? BROCCOLI SPEARS 10 01. pkg. frozen. . . .58 .59, .59 .63 .59 .59 53 .50 .55 .50

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in Jan.. 1M2J 40.70 40.74 41.82 41.47 40.30 42.23 40.00 40.83 40.16 38.89




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grandchildren.Services : a' member of the First United
\ Mathews of Alachua and Lubedia Community Hospital, of a sudden attack -
Lucian Alvarez Bostic and Ruth Castor, both of ,were held Wednesday, Methodist Church in Melrose. Graveside services were held al 11
, Gainesville; three brothers Markleo Born in Franklin County North March 10, at 2 PM in Hope Baptist Survivors include her husband, AM, Monday Mar 8, in the Eliam
I Lucian ti Alvarez C5, ut Kaiford. Alvarez of Lake Butler Harold Carolina Mr. Peoples had lived in Church Theressa, with Kev. Pat Paul J. France: one sister Barbara Cemetery at Melrose.
tint! Saturday. March 6, in Alachua Alvarez of Starke and Don Alvarez of Palatka since July of 1981 moving Murphy, pastor, and Kev. D. V.
p General Hospital! following a brief ii- Haiford; and four grandchildren. there from Keystone Heights. He wasa Harper officiating. Burial was In Vacuum Cleaners'
Inc:4iA: Services were held Tuesday. Mar. retired textile worker and a Keystone Heights Cemetery under
!. IKI'IIVO of Bradford County; Mr. 9. at 3 PM at the Chapel of Archie member of the Mission Road Baptist the direction of Jones Funeral Home Clean-up Sale
Alvarez I was retired from self- Tanner Funeral Hume with Rev, Church. of Keystone Heights in charge of ar- Sprinew>>
jt e ttPrCf \ntcnt in the pulpwoodliisinrs's Hugh Walters, and Kev Roman Survivors include his wife, Mrs. rangements. I Rebuilt Used
;' I He was the son of Joel C Alvarez officiating, Nonnie Eubanks Peoples of Palatka; Dorothy Mary FranceMrs.
l$Id Sarah Sapp Alvarez, pioneer Burial was in Dyal Cemetery, two daughters Mrs Hazel Pehdleton Dorothy Mary France 75,who Kirby's Royal's Hoover'sElectrolux
rfcsidviils of Bradford County under the direction of Archie Tanner of Keystone Heights and Joyce lived near Melrose east side of Swan Filter Queen
Mr Alvarez was an Army veteranof Funeral Home of Starke. Southard of Starke; four sons, Robert Lake) died at her residence Thursday
World War II,and a member of the L and Melvin 1C Peoples, both of all makes
Church of Slarke. evening March 3, following a long illness Parts to fit all makes Repair on
IkiIN.s Baptist Tollie PeoplesTnllie << Gastonia, N.C., Thurston L. Peoplesof ,
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Marie Crawford of Lawto; one son, Wallace Bradley( Davis,69, residentof Starke and 23 grandchildren
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ill) resident of Iawtc>, dic-cl Wednes- ? grandchildren and one Mass
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day March 3, at the North Florida Starkc and Mrs Uarhara Jean Pelt Gainesville brief il great grandchild. Fla. Mary "; Bray
Itegioruil Hospital in (iuinohvillclollouiiiK of Charleston, W VA,; Iwo brothers, in lness.Mr.. following a Services were held Saturday, Tenn, and Frances It. Reynolds of Temple City,Tenn.-
11 Ifngth.v illness, Stanley Crawford and Uov. Cecil Davis owned and operated a. March 7, at 2 FM at the chapel of Archie II
: Born and raised in Lawtey, Mr Crawford, b >th of Lawlcy;; two grocery store in Davenport until his Tanner"'uneraillollle l with HevHoberl Starke Family Planning ClinicTubal
t'raw furd was the hon of the! late sisters, Mrs. W. II. ireen of LawteyaiutMrs. reliienient, was a veteran of WW II, Gillis ollicialini, Burial was
Jtobert N. and Viola Crawford Ray A. Patrick of Jacksonville and was a member of the Baptist in Crosby Lake Cemeteryhaucy Ligation (Tubes tied)
runner pioneer lesKk-nls of Bradford ; and 9 grandchildren.Service's faith Junior
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News BriefsShooting I

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bones were broken in her right lower
Ariail are pending at this time. r necklace with a large medal of armed trespass and was ready to' Youth StruckOn
Incident Ariail had been an inmate at medallion and spoke in l broken plead guilty on advice of his attorney US-301 By Van. leg.The van was driven by Steven Bert
Nets Two Arrests Lawtey Correctional Institute from English or with an accent.A who was not In the courtroom. After Morrow, 26, of St. Louis, Mo., he was
August to October 1981. while state road employee found one of judge Carlisle asked Griffis a few Shelly Carter, 12, of Starke, received not charged with the accident
according
Johnel McCray, 49of Brownlee St. including "are you aware broken when she struck .
leg was
awaiting transfer. He was later the wallets near Ocala Monday after questions a to Trooper B. A. Williams
was arrested after a disturbance released from the prison system. noon minus the money but with the you could receive a sentence up to 5 by a van March 5 on US-301 north of
March 7, and was charged with cards and papers still Intact. years or a $3,000 fine or both"? Crib Starke at 9:05 p.m. According to Shelly ,
shooting into an occupied dwelling. According to Chief Jimmy Bowen Hs suddenly paled and decided maybehe she was walking on the shoulder
Alfred Griffin, also of Brownlee St. CC BurglarizedFor the Investigation Is continuing. wasn't guilty and perhaps he need when she dropped some money and as The Lincoln Penny was
was arrested and charged with carrying Second Time ed a different attorney. The public it blew out into the roadway she stepped first Issued by the Philadelphia -
a concealed weapon. Youth ChargedFor defender was appointed and Griffis out to pick it up and was struck. mint In 1909. It
Starke police were called to Iota Sometime during Saturday night was put on the May trial calendar. replaced the Indian-head
Little Apts. for the second time that March 6, a break-in occurred at Con- Worthless Check Shelly was taken to Bradford Coun- which had been In
day when alledgedly used a tainer Corporation Woodyard on Cleo Carl Thornton, 46, entered a ty Hospital then transferred to penny
shotgun to McCray blast thru a bedroom win- US-301 south of Starke. Missing was Douglas Elwood Wilkins, 18, of plea of guilty to shooting into an occupied Shands Hospital in Gainesville. Both circulation for 60 years/
dow where Griffin was sleeping. Of- approximately/? $600 worth of motor Starke, was arrested and chargedwith vehicle, In an Incident last October .
ficers had answered a complaint oil, grease tools, goggles and other issuing a worthless check. An additional charge of aggravated -
items, according to Deputy Paul Wilkins attempted a draw on a check was dropped. Pre- You'll "
earlier in the day when Griffin and battery want to remember
for $400 knowing there were insufficient
McCray had been bickering with each Stegall. Arrested and charged with sentence Investigation was orderedand
other about girl friends. When the the grand theft-burglary were Alan funds.A Thornton was to remain free on ;
police arrived they also discovered Dwight Branch, 20, Adam Keith $500 cash bond was set for his recognizance. how they look
Griffin was concealing a Rosier, 20, and Randy Ira Broskey. Wilkins according to Chief Deputy Several other cases were scheduledfor
weapon. of Starke. Glenn Moore. At the time of his arrest > trial calendar.
Bond for McCray and Griffin was 25, all the April or May
an additional bond of $100 was today
set at $150 on each charge accordingto Container was broken Into in
Patrolmen Jerry Miller and Steve February, at that time the stolen set on a former charge against Seven FSP inmates appeared
Backus. items were recovered and four Hampton Wilkins for driving while his license before Judge Carlisle for sentencing
men were arrested. was suspended. Monday at the prison. Five of the inmates
March 8 the sheriffs department According to the sheriffs department received additional sentencefor
Juveniles ArrestedFor received information concerning an additional charges are pendingat escape.
individual attempting to sell motor oil this time.Lewd Russell Binstead pled guilty to
Theft Possession ,
Auto which had been stolen. Deputies John escape, was sentenced to 3 years to ri
Dempsey and Greg Nichols put the in- Behavior run consecutively with his current
formation together with the Informa- sentence. cv'
Two white juveniles were arrestedby Arrest Made 8
tion of the burglary and found Randy
Starke Police March 5 and chargedwith Brosky who was the individual attempting Harold Franklin Taylor, 19, of Bernard Giles was sentenced to 15
possession of cannibis. One of to sell the oil. A car at the Starke, was arrested March 8 after a years to run consecutively. John It.
the juveniles, a 16 year-old from Brosky residence belonging to complaint was filed against him for Smith was sentenced to 3 years to run
Jacksonville, was also charged with contain of lewd consecutively. Robert Stephen
Branch was found to a case allegedly committing a or
auto theft. oil stolen from Container. Additional lascivious act in the presence of _a McLemore was sentenced to 2 '/a
Authorities noticed the occupants of items were recovered from Brosky minor. years. Michael Wayne Smith was
a 1981 Pontiac acting suspicious whileon and Rosier's residence as well as a Bond for Taylor was set at$1,000,he sentenced to 1 year.
US-301, they ran a license check
wooded area near Container Wood released his recognizance, according -
was on who
and found the vehicle was stolen. W. T. Parker was recently
Yard. to Deputy Paul Stegall. found of to committ
When they stopped the vehicle near guilty attempting
Bond for each of the suspects was
the Pine Tree Inn on SR-100 south of murder in the second degree was 1N
set at $1,500, Rosier and Brosky were
Starke, they also found cannibis released on recognizance. Sentencing sentenced to 35 years for the three
under the front seat. counts.
The car had been stolen from In Circuit Court
Wallets Stolen E L. Pender was sentenced to 5
to
Budget-Rent-A-Car, according
Monday March 8 was arraignment
Patrolmen Ricky Bennett and Scotty From Office Shop day in Bradford Countyi cuit Court. years to run consecutively he was
found guilty of of law
battery a en-
Rhoden.
Wallets belonging to employees of Several cases were heaps and swiftly forcement officer.FLORIDA.
The 14 year-old juvenile from the Office Shop were taken from their handled by Judge Wayne Carlisle.
Starke was released to the custody of Monday morning. Money in The only case to receive sentencewas
his parents the Jacksonville youth the purses wallets amounted to more than Allison Courtland Lewis who was
was taken to a shelter.Band.Aid $100. A man who was in the store during charged with sexual battery in 1979. THEATRE
the time the wallets were stolen is Lewis has been receiving treatmentat
Bandit the suspect In the robbery, accordingto two different centers during the STARKE 964-5451
Patrolman Jerry Miller. past two years. Judge Carlisle ;
Fri. Sat. Sun.
Finally CapturedOn The suspect described as being nice sentenced Lewis to ten years, gaving '
March 4 the Handy-Way Store on looking 45-50 years old with graying Lewis credit for time served and FRED MELVYN .
US-301 north in Lawtey was robbed.An hair was wearing a beige and tan ordered further treatment in the
undetermined amount of dress Department of Correction. ASTA1RE DOUGLAS
money shirt of silky material grey A professional8x10
was taken by a white male suspect pants and blue.grey jacket. He wore a Ralph Griffis appeared on a chargeINSULATION

nose.A wearing. a white band-aid across his color portrait for

man fitting the same descriptionhad
robbed several convience storesin All welcome. babies
ages ,
the Duval and Alachua County o adults, and families! Choose
areas. from our selection of scenic
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On March 8, a man wearing a white
band-aid across his nose robbed a SA VE THA T ENERGY and color backgrounds. We'll

Day-N-Night Grocery in Jacksonville' select poses, and additional
leaving the store in a dark green portraits will be available with
sedan. A description of the vehicle no obligation. Satisfaction always,or your money
and the suspect was broadcast over I ., cheerfully refunded.
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the police radio and a police 301 DRIVEINFri.
helicopter spotted the car within five .
minutes. The helicopter led the 1 thru Mon These Days Only March: FRI SAT SUN I
units to the and the : -
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Sanders. FIBERGLAS BAnS NEW OR OLD C.ONSTRUCTICN

Michael Anthony Ariail, 28, QUALITY INSTALLATION ----.
Jacksonville was charged with eight Fve eaiwafr t PLUSSCREAMERS ".
robberies in the Jacksonville area a \ a
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and two in Gainesville. SAVE P3."iot SAVE :
Marshall M.M. Jordan of Lawteyand ON HEATING WtL, 964-6956 I ON COOLING : . ; 'ri,
Investigator Don Denton, inter They're men "
viewed Ariail in Duval County Jail DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE turned inside out! 88$per sitting. No charge for additional group subjects.

Wednesday. At that time Ariail! con- A New W"hll'u..' Nelaucf One special per family. Backgrounds may occasionally
fessed to the Lawtey robbery. r.Rj f tfl WII New Ns rid "Putun+ change. Remember minors must be accompanied by
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Army Units from Fort Campbell, dtl .
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begin a training evolution at Camp y ; ; .. ;. .
Blanding. 4 .,t
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Squadron, 17th Cavalry of the 101st ., .i 'l",
Airborne Division(Air Assault) were
on hand testing the Army's new UH-60 t
"Blackhawk" Helicopter. The .
Blackhawk replaces the UH-1 Hueyas ,
the Army's main troop transporthelo
and has only been in use by
Charlie Troop since January. rr I
"One Hundred percent better; fan- I
tastic," said Sergeant Keith Penn-
ington,a crew chief on one of the new
Blackhawks. "I've worked on -
Helicopters for the last 11 years and '
there's never been anything as goodas -

Pennington this." ,a transplanted Florida ::: .
Native (Tampa) who now lives in :
Clarksville, Ky. demonstrates the
type of enthusiasm for his job that is
usually reserved for a highly
motivated recruit finishing his last
week of basic training. Five minutesin
Pennington's presence, and you
know he likes the Army the Cavalryand .
helicopters.
,
"Comparing the Blackhawk to the rThe
Hueys' is like comparing the ride of a UH.60shockmounted 'Blacldwwk Sgt. Keith PenningtonPM'sA helo engine
Volkswagen to a Maserati," he said.
Chief Warrant Officer-4 Charles
Dailey flies the Blackhawk and he too i I to contiune moving Sale Good thru Sunday, March 14, 1982
has praise for the machine. "A lot of
downward after the aircraft has stopped !
thought went into the design of the further increasing the probability over-sucked
easier aircraft to,"work Daily on,has said.a smoother"It is much ride of survival in a crash. We're and now you can save like

(less vibration), is faster, more "About the only disadvantage to
manuverable, more powerful and flying the Blackhawks is that they're never before! These are incredibly valuable
carries a bigger payload." bigger than the Huey and so require a
larger LZ (landing Zone),
Sikorsky the Army produces at a cost the of Blackhawkfor about $3.5 From a maintenance standpoint, savings, so don't delay!
million per helicopter.It can carry up the Blackhawk has surpassed its
to 10,000 Ibs.. either externally predecessors because its' design permits
mounted or inside its' main body. the crew to climb up virtually In-

Daily features talked built about into some the Blackhawk.of the safety to with the earlier engine"birds.and tail" section.Crews had No so to CARPET FRESH Was..1.67 Foam Back Drapes Wa"S.:..3.97

It has dual engines, each of which is carry lightweight platforms with 14 Ounce 1 18 Irregular 2 97
capable of flying and landing the craft them to get to the engines, or else riga Room&Rug Deodorizer N ow... 48x36,50x36 Now... .
by itself if the other becomes in- field-expedient method of getting up
operable or is damaged.The tail rotor top. Hide-away rungs are built into SHELF LINER Head & Shoulders Was..2.51
tail allow
the section to crew
has three backup systems in the eventof
malfunction." also members to stradddle and climb up to Zipn' Fit Shampoo, 11 ounce
Daily explained -
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Blackhawk is slightly canted to provide The air cavalry's motto is "Out in '
lift- a capability not found on Front"; where they can act as the Microwave Cooking Disheswas..5.29 Sassoon Was..3.39
most helicopters.In and ears of the division. The inclusion -
the event of "hard" landing, eyes of the new Blackhawk into the Muffin Pan, Baking Sheet Bacon 3 Q"7 12 Ounce Shampoo 1 9 3
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the landing struts have the capabilityto lOlsts arsenal will ensure that the air Rack Divided Dist Etc. V or
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energy. Additionally, the seats are sion and stay "Out in Front." PARAKEET SEED Was..1.69 Collector Frame Wa ...6.99

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t41'Y l2-month/12,0X)(( and 12-monUi/unlimited-mUe warranty -
IJII coverages described in the Warranty Facts Booklet for Ford .r
Ranger Trucks. All repairs or adjustments to correct defects in
material or workmanship are covered under this warranty. In
---8 addition, you will} not be required to pay the first $100 of repair
costs under the 24-month/24,000-mile powerlrain warranty

coverage.
First Church in Starke. 1
the
Live from Baptist
WEAR ITEMS-Brake pads and linings,clutch lining, spark'
plugs, engine belts and hoses, wiper blades, and shock absorbers i
will be replaced if wear requires replacement.

Christian Broadcasts MAINTENANCE. Scheduled Maintenance Services listed in .

I the Owner Guide applicable to your truck are included in this

WTLG-FMin StarkeOne Itonney Harris Cues the next selection.. warranty coverage.



the year transmitting after construction room at beganon First each Broadcast week. hours are Sunday from 8 cje: r, tI PLUS You Get. The

Church in Starke, FM radio a.m. to 9:30: p.m., Monday through I
Baptist
air Thursday from 4 to 9 p.m and Friday 24 Month 24,000 Mile
station WTLG was heard on the '
and Saturday from 4 to 10 p.m. .Ac'
ways Sunday, Feb. 21 :
The first non-commercial, Chris- WTLG can be heard in Jackson- _
tian stereo station of its kind in North ville, Orange Park, Green Cove Springs WarrantyFor I
Florida, it is owned and operated by St. Augustine Palatka, Ocala,
the Baptist Church. The call letters Gainesville and Lake City.
"WTLG"stand for"Worship the Lord
With Gladness". Program planning at this time includes $635000 Ii
Christian music,devotions and
The station was dedicated Sunday
Mar. 7 in a special service that Involved Sunday morning and Wednesday Only i iImm1J
evening services. Also planned are
Florida
special guests from Bap- .
tist State Convention and City and Southern Baptist programming suchas I'
also Master Control, Power Line, Coun-
officials. The station
County Home With the BI- I
hosted a talk show that allowed ty Crossroads, At TERWILLEGAR
and interview ble, Streams in the Desert, Sounds of
listeners to call in !
Councilman Jim Crosby, Jr. over the the Centurymen and the Baptist hDbH gfegpi .

air.The call letters were suggested by Hour.According to chief engineer Maxie i ir MOTORS !
Mrs. Jan Norton. Norton they first applied for a con- ""t d+ I 1
WTLG Operates on a frequency of struction permit in November, 1979? l "
88.3 MHz on your FM dial, and broad- and would have been completed much : sal 964-7200 206 W. Madison Street'
casts Christian music, worship services sooner except for technical problems.It h,
and public service programming. will take many volunteers from
Their license will allow them to the congregation to operate the station -
broadcast 24 hours a day which some- along with the pastor Ben Bryant,
day they hope to do. For the time be- Doug Sides (minister of education) Sturke City Commissioners on the air. .
ing they will be on the air 45 hours and Bill Floyd (minister of music).
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north Florida woods in pursuit of the'
most challenging of all North

American Spring is upland the traditional birds. time for the Meat Store
avid turkey hunter to match wits with $ Ii'
an amorous tom. Many exciting
moments will be enjoyed by those few 105 Edwards Road, Slarke Across from Bradford Square SAW
who brave the early morning chill, 964.8290
and endure the pre-season scouting
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"Most turkey experts agree that.preseason
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important facets of spring hunting. & Wrapped to Please You
Turkey gobblers completely change and
habits during the spring courting start saving
rituals and may be in different areas Hind Qtrs 1.47u i
than they !inhabit during the fall. Lb.

Spring turkey -hunting will be
available on nine northeast Florida Front $1.33Lb.Side $1 3 7Lb too!
management areas.Top gobbler hun- on energy
ting will be available in the Aucilla
area near Perry, the Lochloosa area .qi; !
near Gainesville, and the Steinhat- Breast 79 : "tt.r

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Spring gobbler season begins southof Weathertron" heat ...it uses t
Starke Road 50 March 6 and con Fresh USDA Choice pump/air conditioner .. II I IIII less because \.
tinues until March 28. North of State .. comfort and .II!!" energy .
Road 50 hunting is permitted March GROUNDBEEF CHUCKSTEAK efficiency all-year 1111 .it's extra efficient.'
13 through April 4. \
Meres the way to beat .
'round. '
State Road 50 divides the state I
'" III summer's heat and high '
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Brooksville on the west coast to
tomorrow. II cools rnthesum-
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mer heats in the winter an uses the energy-saving low
The northwest regions spring energy-efficient climate control 'for .
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season 13 through $1.37Lb.
11. April 1 $1.59U all seasons.The secret is in GE s most high speed for quick relief only when
efficient two-speed compressor linked needed. That makes it cheaper to use
Suicide Attempted with the computerized thermostat. than plder and less efficient! models. !

By Death How Inmate TURKEY FAT DON'T WAIT i

Raymond Robert Clark,40, servingon '
death row since 1977, apparently SAVE NOW AND SAVE LATER!

tried March to 3 with commit a drug suicide overdose.in his cell NECKS BACK To qualify for$150 cash refund direct from GE,Installation of the GE Execut/ra/

Clark was scheduled to attend air conditioner or Gg Weathertron heat pump/air eonditlonermusf
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pre-clemency hearing the same day $ l Lbs.1 DO before!MAY 1. fecuUve .
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.J : 1981 Dodge Colt was$3,500( according Mark Lawn i
Jack Woolard, 16,of Raiford, DamagedAt
41,of Melrose,who had slowed almostto
Cycle Wrecks Traffic Accidents to Trooper B. A, Williams. was treated and released at Bradford
a for traffic before Saratoga Heights !
stop oncoming
On SR-100 In Starke Area Cooper was charged with having no County Hospital after his Suzuki collided -
making a left turn. As
Yarbrough attempted license
tag. with a vehicle on SR-16, March Jackson Thomas Brooks, Jr.,25. of I
The driver of a Kawasaki lost con- to stop her vehicle slid on the Charles Edward Sapp,49,of Starke, 7, Hampton, failed to negotiate a curveon
trol of his cycle as he pulled out to wet roadway, striking the Bronson was charged with making an improper Mark David Nordarv, Keystone Anthony Leonard Aaron was attempting Standing St., tearing up a lawn as
pass another vehicle on SR-100 east of vehicle. turn when he turned left in Heights, was cited for following to to turn left without benefitof he left the roadway Brooks was arrested .
Starke March 5. Yarbrough was cited for speed to front of an approaching vehicle on closely and having
an improper tag a turn indication and Woolard was and charged with driving while
Terry Lee Wayne 25, of Lake CUy, fast for special hazards, according to US-301 on March 3. A vehicle driven when he struck a vehicle stopped in too close to avoid the collision, according intoxicated and leaving the scene of
was ejected when his cycle overturned Trooper Wm. Abrams. by Alfred J, Tandy, of New York, an inside lane making a left turn on to Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. an accident March 6 at 1:28 a.m
after it hit the raised portion of the Damage to Yarbrough's 1981 Isuzu struck Sapp's pickup knocking it intoa US-301 A 1978 Ford driven by Robert Damage to the 1982 Suzuki was$150. Brooks was also charged with drl'iilwith g
roadway. Due to recent was $2,000 damage to Bronson's 1979 fence on the shoulder of the road James Shannon HI received
paving on $2,250 damage to Aaron's 1967 Pontiac was no valid drivers license ,
SR-100 one lane is higher. Crysler was $150.A way. worth of damage in the March :5 accident $100.
Damage to the 1980 Kawasaki cycle Tandy was injured was not Damage to Nordan's 1956 Damage to the lawn of Ronnie ;,:
was $200, according to Trooper. Wm car was struck by a tractor- hospitalized at the time.. Chevrolet was $750, according to Kevin Randall Scheetz, 17. of Sellers was $500 where Brooks knocked 1
Abrams. trailer as it attempted to turn right in- Damage to Sapp's 1973 Ford was Patrolman Steve Backus Starke, was charged with failure to over two steel posts and ton up 1
to a business on' US-301 south March 5, $350, damage to Tandy's 1978 some flowers and sod Damage to
when he struck he
yield cycle
a as
Slick Pavement at 4:30 p.m. The truck did not slow Thunderbird was $3,500, according to Sheila Elaine Souther land, 16, of entered SR-16 from Lake St.,March 5, Brooks' 1972 Ford was $750.
Causes AccidentsWet enough due to heavy rains and struck Trooper Calvin Pace. Lawtey, struck a Florida Power pole according to Patrolman David Crum. Brooks received additional chargesof
the left rear of a 1975 Ford driven by broadside when she lost control of her resisting arrest when he refused to
pavement was blamed for the Gladys Bartness of Jacksonville. Barbara June Wilson, 20, of Nep- vehicle on US-301 north. Soul herland Rescue 60 responded to the acci- stay at the county jail and had to be he
March 5 traffic accidents on SR-21 Damage to the 1974 International tune Beach, was cited for careless was cited for careless driving in the dent. restrained, according to Patrolmen
south of Keystone Heights and on driven by Hagood Garvin, 59, of Par- driving, when' she struck a vehicle March 6 accident which occurred at Ricky Bennett and Steve Backus
US-301 north of Starke. rish, was $100. Damage to the Ford making a left turn into Edwards 10:25: p.m., according to Patrolman Damage to the 1972 Honda motorcycle Total bond on Brooks was set' ill
was $2,000. Grocery Store on SR-100. The rear ofa Ricky Bennett. driven by Josepth A, Kauffman, $600, he was released on recogm/am
Ginger Russell Yarbrough, 27, of Garvin was charged with speed to pickup truck driven by Leon Damage, other than to the power Jr of Starke was$500, there was only after he posted a surety' bond for $20: i)
Keystone Heights, was overtaking a fast for conditions according to Cooper, 26, of Starke, received only pole, was $1,800 to the 1978 (Ford minor damage to Scheetz vehicle. on the opposing an officer charge
vehicle driven by Larry L. Bronson, Trooper B. A. Williams. minor damage. Damage to Wilson's driven by Southerland

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I Melissa Weeks Wins:.1982 Dream Girl Pageant ua ityIJSED



J Seveneen-! >'ear-old Melissa Weeks and Jennifer Kois.vth were from Trenton was ,named Miss respective fust and second runners- OAR
Dream Girl 19112. (First runner up was up.
Cynthia Durbin. Denise Griffis finished Tiny Dream InI: Kelly i .HUM. I
as second runner' of Starke Kimberly James and Ka.\e
+ +" r Other winners in t,. "igeant, by Padgett I finished lust and second
category, were: runners up Padgett won the i.ilfiil l 1982 Datsun 200SX
Junior Miss Dream Girl: Kary Ann poll ion of t the conlcM 1 with hoi i rendi)
Campbell, 11, from Keystone Heights. t lion of "Song, of t the South Zmnitv I
rWr miles automatic transmission
Lisa Canadeo and Tammy Morrow doo-dahI) ', Coupe 1500 9

A' finished first- and second runners up Tiny Dream nil)': Kobe-it I licks ;.1. "SL" package, power steering, cruise control,
from SI.11'ke,
respectively.Little Timmy DUI le and l David
-._., a Miss Dream Girl: Karen Draper were named! lust and second white w/blue
Larsen, 10 of Starke. Carol Blanton i Illinois up $ 0 0
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Kelly Carter (Tiny Dream Girl). (Back Row) Karen Larsen (Little Miss To 1981 Ford LTD "
Dream Girl), Karey Ann Campbell (Junior Miss Dream Girl) and Melissa $
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Daniel (left) and Matthew Carlton will tour the Kennedy Space Center Satur-. \
day, Mar\13 courtesy of McDonalds.The Carlton's names were drawn from a V' ... 864-7701 332 W Madison St Starke Fla luxury interior group, tilt, cruise, $500 sound
"couple thousand" entries in the'"Spaceship-Happy Meal"promotion. during
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Drivers who manage to,obtain 3fe:
drivers license in more than one
stag
4+ + n d"tiH are finding new restrictions on
Florida license, says the Florida;
S Highway Patrol today. '3
Drivers from other states who aofl
plied for Florida license and ,al5m;
t III want to keep their home state licenL.
v'' previously could sign an affidavit ancS

S ; i4 i4'S retain the home license. The 198_::.

legislature passed a law which re-..,
quired Florida driver licensing officials -
(to stamp"Valid in Florida On-%

:1 rN ly" on the Florida license. |
Colonel Eldrige Beach, PatroJ
Director said, "This new procedure
allows states to keep track of some
driver who have bad driving records.
In Appreciation for 15 Years When 'traffic violation points are piling

Brooker Raymond Simmons (right) receives Certificate up in one state, the drivers pre-J
StraightA'8I a of Appreciation for IS sent a license from another state to
years of service as the station custodian at the Highway Patrol office here. officer them for a traffic
stopping
any .
Sub-District Cmdr, Winston Barber presented the award. violation."

I Stephanie Gainey Kyle Starling Nicole Brantley James' The home states of drivers who are
The following student have earned itraight-A grades for Smith,Ginger Adams Kevin Snow John Polk Brian Ken arrested in Florida are notified of the
at least one of the past three six weeks: drlck, Chris Snow. (Back row) Tina Wlllingham, Angela and are assessed
'arrest
.(Front, kneeling L to IU) Mitchell Gainey, Jace Pierce, Cauthren Lorenzo Prescott Kevin Starling, Michael against their points home state driving
Larrissa Scott Eric Mason Pam Bryant Shawn Bass, Stillwell Joy Vellenga. Denise Tetstone. Paul Mcdavid, record.
Larry Parrish. Justin Kendrick Tonya Eckman Josh Chris Criffls. Craig Brigham. "Habitual traffic violators are a J

Crawford Phillip Crawford, Tracy Raulerson, Stacey Not pictured: Sondra Green, Sabrina Starling Josh -' problem in all states and any effective
Wentworth and Tammy WHkerson. (Center row) Melissa Lewis, Josh Crawford, Jeanna Andrews, Tona method to control them 1 is,
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Ilislop Vience' Robinson Kelly Dyal Sarah
Douglas EckmanChris Wentworth Mosquitoes are attracted to the color blue twice as much- welcome," concluded Beach
as anv other color.


I :McNeil Seeking :Fuqua's Seat



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A Tallahassee area RepUblican feel like it's time for some who Is a would be an uphill battle. He told a '
businessman, Ron McNeil, announced private citizen to come forward 'and handful of area Republicans at their
his candidacy Monday, March 1, demand action. That's why I will probably N. Main Street, Gainesville, head-
for the 2nd U.S. Congressional House offer myself for public service.I quarters that he would need 3,000 Watts
seat even though he isn't yet sure had the opportunity to grow up in a volunteer workers to battle the --
what the boundaries will be. nation that stood up for and protectedits 20-year member of Congress.Fuqua'sfree
McNeil was in Starke last week to values. I want my children to have mailsing privileges and 20 yearsof
meet with State Republican Commit. that same opportunity." interaction with district: voters give
tee Chairman Richard Welty and Talking to the Gainesville Sun, the incumbent the edge, McNeil said. AGood
County Republican Committee Chairman McNeil characterized the state McNeil claims Fuqua's voting ;

Mike Cooney. legislature's reapportionment process record has been aligned with those of
""I would like to see this area truly in drawing up new district lines Speaker of the House Rep. Tip O'Neill I
represented in Congress," says the as 52-card pickup." and Sen. Edward Kennedy, who
37-year-old president of a multi- "I think the district is definitely going McNeil calls "ultra-liberals." I
million dollar sports manufacturing to shift to the west," said McNeil, Idea.
companr.he founded. raised in Jackson County and who The country needs the business ap-
McNeil\. criticizes as too liberal the now calls home a farm In Havana just proach McNeil believes he can bringto _-
voting record of incumbent Rep. Don north of Tallahassee. Congress. McNeil founded the
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Fuqua, D-Altha, whom he probably If such a shift occurs, McNeil hopes American Gymnastics Academy 10 111
will have to oppose unless he is movedout incumbent Fuqua decides to seek the Tallahassee and Sports and Leisure,
of Dist. 2 and included in west- Dist. 2 seat,leaving Dist. 1 to McNeil. Marketing and American Sports, /
Florida's District 1 in the reappor- McNeil admits a run against Fuqua Inc., which produces and distributes Printing
tionment hassle under way now in by would be an uphill battle. He told a sports equipment and grosses "quitea
the Florida legislature. handful of area Republicans meetingin few millions" dollars a year.

"The incumbent's voting record in the N. Main Street, Gainesville Criticizing the federal deficit, From The -
Congress does not reflect the basic headquarters he would need 3,000 McNeil favors tax cuts and slicing the
values and needs of the people of volunteer workers to battle the fat out of government programs. "If I a
North Florida. We need strong sup 20-year member of Congress. pure old free enterprise and supply
port for the elimination of govern- Fuqua's free mailing privileges and and demand don't work, nothing's going BRADFORDPRINTERS .
ment from our daily lives. 20 years of interaction with district to work."
"We must have action in areas suchas voters give the incumbent the edge, "We need to get rid of bandrupt _9

the controlling of and enforcement McNeil says. policies that have ruined us," McNeil -
against crime. And we must reex- McNeil admits a run against Fuqua says. '
amine our defense program to insure

also peace through a strong defense but 110 W. Call St., Starke 9 -5764 =
cut out unnecessary waste in ,

military spending." ,
McNeil plans to continue to meet tt.U Jb IIJ tvi ,ut
with various leaders in north Florida BUY' ,QUALITY 9
over the next week. !is I

"I'm one of the people," says FEEDS FROM
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McNeil. "We can no longer afford to I CAN SAVE YOU MONEYIN

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Republican candidate... sets sights Alligator Creek Ranch, Inc.,
on Rep. Don Fuqua's 2nd District U.S.
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---, FURNISHED MOMll HOMES 3 II. 2 LATH furnlihedmobile I'N 00...AM lite.A N WHOLESALE AUC.TION.v.ry LAKE LOT on sand bottomed BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA EVERY THURSDAY. FRIDAK,
retired. $130 and up. 473-2879. home, $220 per LEGION HAIL SR-21. Monday, 7p.m. lake In Hlllcreit. $800 access lot*' from $5,500 SATURDAY N.w
I EARNED $29,000 last itemsi.weekly.
ovolloble port-tim.. Fullservices Lake Park.G.n.va 3/4 tfnchg Mobil.Home month Keystone Height Saturday 2 to 5. ,7 Public p.m. and Invited Sundays TruckloodsTool, port time. Only 5 year op down Phone, $146.44 per month. $500 down, ,,$71.74'Per : 3 miles north of
including 1
lax Realty Realtor 4734961. Furniture, Groceries, Electronic pllcants accepted for train- 473-J40S8 or month. Discount on entire Keystone on SR-21. look
.il ''return 473r2034 4tpd OFFICE Lawr.nc. Blvd.SPACBfacIng Next doorto 3/4tfn dig. ALCOHOLICSANONVMOUS.tfnchg 3/4 *. Jewelery, ,Toys, Ing. For Interview call 473-4367 after' 6 p.m. 10 ocr... On. Walerfron for signs. 2tpd 34311.I ,
f 2/18-3/11. Andrew Drug. Call ONI ROOM EFFICIENCY I Closedmeetings Games, Novelties, 'Pottery. 473-7373 anytime,alter 12 tfnchg 3/4 lot. Call ...73..375.3/.. FRIDAY,MARCH 12 .9 o.m.
CHilD CARl In horn. '
my apartment Lake Clothing, Household tfnchg
on ? noon. 4 p.m.; Saturday, March 13
473.3411.3/1 tfnchg., Monday 8 BY OWNER- Nice 1 BR homeon
with hot meals and TIC. Geneva across from tennl p.m. Items,Many Miscellaneous OAK FOREST LOT9 ocr., 9 a.m. ',1 Cardinal
,'473-3362! 2/18.3/11 Open meeting Friday 8 KEYSTONE UNITED 1 ocr.plus near Payn. p.m.
4tpd Items. 95
court. $123 per month. % N.w Merchan corn.r lot.Assume low Interest ,Drive near
K.ystonaEl.m.ntory.
CARPENTER WORKl CARS ft p.m. Alanon. Monday 8 METHODIST CHURCH Is Prairie $19.500 some
I First lost, ISO damage dl. Public Auctions, rate. Priced$10,000.; Small ,
work. kitchen p.m. All meeting at currently seeking someone financing. Call 4663450. camp.r.girl's
R.mod.ling
Phon. 7 Call
TRUCKSTWO depolt. 473-7086 every Friday p.m; Every coll.ct 269.9707: bike. 2 wall
Educational to fill the of units
position
Com
''COblnets: and trim.c.p.n..r. after 6 p.m. 3tchg Building. Sunday Afternmoon 2p.m. 2tchg3/IM8. Walter William. desk .
Ratty.4tchg router tab( .
Church organist and/or choir 1.99 Navy
473-2790 ACRES Ir
Reasonable 3/11-3/23 munity or N.w ) Keystone
VOLKSWAGEN Used and Junk. 2/25-3/18.
dres uniform, GreekFlukatl .
.prices. Call 473-2477 7:30 CAMPERS On. Pop-up PARTIALLV FURNISHED 1 BR 475.2130.3/4 tfn chg. Everyone Welcome. director. Those Int.r..ted'In Hill. Restricted EVERETT UPRIGHT, PIANO.. dirt
OVEREATERS this I rug or street
ANONYMOUSNo ministry may'coll
,a.m. 3:30 p.m 3/4 Hnchg. On. straight top. Cheap. flat In historical building Highway 17 North, at City Homesltes/Agricultural. Excellent condition. AskIng cl..... TV.
du.., f... .' 473.3829 or J-1393, } Ilchg3/1l, .
AFFORDABLE AUTO or "" 'Slh- $8,000.473.2760.v.n ing. Call 473-2172
473-4346 or 481-4004.2fchg downtown Melrose. $173 limits, Palatka. Fl: $1.400. GARDEM
EQIP.
.UPHOLSTERY Excellent 3/.. 3111. per mo. Call 473-1222. ins, open meetings Tuesday Tele-684.4533 Auctioneer Salary I I. negotiable. 3/11 1tchg 3/11. i .2led34Jll.: !. RELATED HAND AND
TOOLS
"workmanship at 197S PONTIAC GIAND 4tchg 31141.. 7:30 p.m., St. Anne'sEpiscopal Col. BUI tfnchg NEAR LAKE BROOKLYN 1 -
., -AM- Perry. 4tpd 12 hp Tractor ,
re asonable rate Local'tef.r.nc.s AT/AC. PS. PI. AM/8 FURNISHED HOUSE on big Church. 2/29-3/18. Keystone Heights.Call Jim 'han.y. f IedfBTIEsERvIc deck with 48"cutting
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available. 13 Track Stereo, SI,300> '-Iaff.r. Lake Brooklyn. 1 BR. w/w Keystone Heights. Thurs 01473-2604. I tfhg, .3/11. S" hp Tillers 1 20" *
'Year experience. For 473-2479 Jtchg carpet no p.t.. $170 mo. day,9:3O: a.m., Community FOUND .Pekingese Steve Broadway chain; almostnew
State Bank of sow push plow
Appt. call 377-6157 or '3/11-18 Phone 473-4491, If no Starke. 473-3347. ltchg 3/11. and other
tome visit 1226 South antwer call evening 473-2790 or 964-8587. 2/4 TREE SERVICE : LAKE LOTS AND'ACREAGE- tools Saturday,
Main, Gainesville, 8 a.m. HOMES FOR ItchgS.IONI. tfn chg. Keystone Heights, March 13? 10 a.m. .3 p.m.
4p.mn.xtdoor to Roger'* SALEFOR TWO AND THREI BR BINGOlion from Club across HELP *,. Removal financed 12 percent owner Interest I .S !(:::I II. Go SR-100 East to appro County>Line S ml.Rd.on.
Welding. 3tchg 3/11-23. mobile home for r.nt. 1 high school WANTED lots on;clear, sand! turn
AtOI VERA Skin and HealthCare both. CHI A. on lake Tuesdays, Early Bird 7 Trimming bottomed lake; priced to I.ftgo half. mile-fa
SALI Ign. "pel 31 t1
Product ((99.8 lake Geneva p.m.; Regular. 7:30: Hound sell
from
Geneva across from Capt., p.m. CASHIER Monday, $9,900. One to
Aloe Vera) available Mobil.Home Sal... $7.770 Public Invited. 3/4 Ifn chg. Fr.. Estimate. five '
now SR-100 and acre
Friday6 lake
10' down. $99 month for Grogg on near Wednesday overlooking .,*, If whir
In?your area. 473-3672 or Keyitone Height NEEDLECRAFTEISANN p.m.II ; Saturdayand (access available) with WANTEDUSED
4153tchg 3/11.25. wide 14X30 Liberty. Doubl. 473.7722.3tcFg 3/I 1-25 EXTRA MONEY Teach. Sunday.p.m.3 p.m-.11 473-4732 nke tree. i I from $3,600'. ElMtri If.......*
IXFERIENCED CHilD CARS starting et 13993. Demonstrot needlecrofl. p.m. Apply at Chevron $500 down $50 a month. I I"OTt*< InMtri Il I r
Come
My home near school check all of ourmod.is Coll lisa at 1-732-2778 or Food Mart/ SR-100 and After 5 P.M. Commercial -'frontage.. WILSON T.2000 tennis
Reasonable rote. Meal. and special price.. write" lisa Pitt, Rt.B Box SR-21. Keystone, between Investment' opportunity. I I May /MOda racquets, call 413.24103.
473-7100 1tpet 3/H V4 mile Eat of Keyitone'. 451, Lake City Fl. :32053 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. K ton. H.i ht SR-2IN. Ow_ -.al."an. l aa.- .. .... 73-4380 oft.r. 5:00: p.m.Hn

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: '.New & Used'ColorTv' 530 CASE TRACTOR Heavy, USED ALUMINUM PLATES MIMOSA MANOR MOBIIE SAW SHOP Complete

: RUNNING .4SS ENG. with 4 duty Industrial with loader 24x36", 25 cents each. Us- .HOMI PARK mobile homes sharpening service, circular .

Antonna't; barrel carb. '72 Toronodo and grade-box. Excellent ed In printing newspaper. and spaces for rent, hand. carbide. ruJllIefJartt.
all or 964.6774. It-d for minor Recreational vehicles BATHTUBS REFINISHED 'In
Spi In parts. condition. $7500.00. Great .. repair chain mower blade hollow
receivingChannel's 3/11 ..,3..1,. 1/14 tfn jobs. Bradford County welcome. Phone 468-2912. your home. Guaranteed. ground and balanced. (!
30 4 477M3577 1t'0 FORD PINTO Red $300 FOR SALE Formal! Cubb Telegraph ''''.6305. tfn. TFchg Free estimates. $79.93 Leave at Jackson Building ,. .. REALTY
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down assume payments Tractor, runs good. with CARPET NEW & USED Fur. HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng 99.95. with sink. Ultra. Supply In Stark., Keystone / :
9 .1.. 7 em 2" ... of $130.09 per month. Call some equipment nlture a appliances. room TV. and air. Glaze. 964-8903. 3/11 1 tIn Heights or lake- Butler. \
964.1"14.3/11 tchg 3/18 $1600.00. 964.8503 after 4 Plumb. fixtures and pipes. Underwood Motel 3 miles TFchg .
1971 DODGE POLARA, Four p.m. 4tchg 219311 BARGAIN CENTER. US301So. North of Storke on Hwy. 'GOODMAN CAR WASHi ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ,,, PHONE 964-7776 !0;
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YARD SALE door with traction bars. FOR SALE Plants seeds, .. 964-6679. 2/5 tfn 301. 10/9 tfn Wash wax and vacuum !
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Three speed auto In floor. fertilizer dolomite, feed. DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN 3 BR. 1 BA LIVING ROOM (Inside and out), $15.' Corner Phone 964-5148 or 964-7619. CECELIanlWILUUR 205 N. StarkeITS
Temple
.318 .ng. 18 mpg., Excellent Moonlight Enterprises, HOUSE 301 South. dining room t kitchen SR-16 and 301 Signal TFchg
ItO BARN SALE Friday and condition. Call Hwy. ,100 Bradford-Union 964-6740. We buy and sell central heat and air. In Station. 9648283. 2/04 tIn SEWING MACHINES
Saturday. Furniture, 782-3481. Itchg 3/11 used furniture and Phone 4681779. YOU ARC INVITED cheese
County Line ((904)496-2093.) ap Hampton. REPAIRED All makes INCREDIBLE I
desk, tools clothe* (baby 1972 GMC Good condition 3/4 4tchg 3/25 pliances. 8/13 IfnRECONDITIONED ((1st months rent In advance from an outstanding selection cleaned' oiled and ad. WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
and adult), some dishes, .350 eng. 4 barrel $800. OAK BED:3/4 size. $125; TV'S Colors .)S/7 tfn of distinctive, (ewelry. lusted. $15. Work''
.motorcycle, lot. of other Call 533.2082 after 4 PM. twin maple bed. $15; oak starting at $100.00.Tradein's LAKEFRONT RENTAL: 2 BR. I home decor end! gifts .. u guaranteed. James P SPECIAL
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things 301 South across Itchg 3/11 table 5 legs $150; childs welcome. Phone BA on Crosby Lake. Par. ledy Lloyd Home .hl. Strickland. corner MorganRd. [ FRAME. 3 BR. Pecan trees 239.17' on
Show. For Infermetlan
from Indian Riv.r fruit oak desk $45. Call 98212. 6/11 tfn tially furnished. One yrs. mere and Hwy 16. TFchg
'stand red barn look for I HELP 9648584. Itchg 3/11 FIREWOOD White oak and lease. $225 per mo. Weigel call ''''.'21' ellen 3 CHAIN LINK FENCEi Install ( paved SRD18.. 1.635 Ac. High & Dry.

sign. 2/11 tfn BIRD, DOGS Father short' pine $5 per truckload; Realty, Inc., :2825201. 1/28 p.m. 2/25 2tpsl 3/11 ed. Free estimates. Handy. | 23500.
LIVING ROOM FURNITURE WANTEDRN hair German Mother, Oak 4x4's $30 half cord. tfn TRACTOR WORK All types Man Fence Co. 964 8559.
'and oth.r misc. 964.8584. Lemon pointer. $50 each. Call Sunshine Acres, IN LAWTEYl 3 BR home. $250 moving. discing etc. TFpd. 1281.TYPEWRITER Bradford Vlllas-A new concept I In lifestyle with low
)tchg3/1I NEEDED with OR ex 7823784. 3/11 2tchg 3/18 964-7699 or come out between per month first and last In Gardening preparing and REPAIR, : Call maintenance; adult housing offering charm. comfort A

SAT., MARCH 13 Barb.cu. perience. PRN For further ADMIRAL ELECTRIC RANGE 9:30: a.m. and 2:30 advance, plus security planting. Call 964.5219. the Office Shop. 110 W. quality along with energy efficiency.EXECUTIVE .
dinner and Rummage information contact Brad. Works good. Call 964-5945 p.m. and we'll load for deposit. 'Call Janet M. 2/25 :2tpd 3/4 Call St., Starke for details * * * *

_Sale. 9 am til S pm. Plea- ford County Hospital. Personnel after 6 PM. Itpd 3/11 you. 1/28 tfn Starling Realtor 782.3931. IF YOU WANT TO play the 964-5764. tfn. HOMES
;.y>ant Hope Full Gospel Dept.. 964 6000. TILLER 4 hp. Good shape. S.V GALV. ROOFING 2/11 tIns guitar then I'm the guy to CLASS CUT TO ORDER -Luxurious brick home near Country Club. Lots of

;:?Church, 3 ml. north on 3/11 2tchg 318EXPERiENCED Not very old. used very little "'S4.20: 7--S4.M; "'.$5.70; KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS seel Guitar lessons for Doors windows, etc storage. 3 BR, 2 .... well designed. Priced right.
;:>US301. Come s.. us. $200. Call 9645193. 9'-$6.45; 107.20; 1V-S7; for rent at low beginners at Mac' Music JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY -Handsome new brick 3 BR, 2 BA home In Connerly
::': Itchg 3/11 HAIR, STYLIST Itchg 311M..TCHING j I 9-5; 12870. All sl.e.plck.d weekly rat... Call Temple Shop call 9 .13'1. 3/4 964.6078. Orders also Estates. Fireplace appliances. Excellent Iniulotion.

;:' HURS.. FRI t SAT Behind wanted at David's Barbering sofa rocker up. Jacksonville.We Motel 964-7357 2/18 EOW 2tpd3l1"I taken In Lake Butler Geneva Lk. Est. en.rgy eff. home. Circle drv'wy. 3BR. 2

:' > Calvary Baptist Church and and Hair Designers. chair ottoman two end manufacture. Call toll MOBILE. HOME: 2 bedroom EXPERIENCED PAINTED 496-3079 and Keystone BA,.S65,000. VA mtg. S37.B26 8'/,% Int.
.' .:: Fellowship Hall. Macclenny. Call 259 6277, coffee tables $300. Call free 1-800-342-2702. 3/4 1 bath on one acre fenced Will give good work. Interior Heights 473.4973. 2/26 Magnificent Ig. home In Country Club Ettotes 3 BR. 3 BA
.. :CAR WASH Saturday ask for David. 3:2tchg: 9645610. Itpd 3/11 4tchg 3/25 garage, storage shed $200 or exterior Honest tfn. HUGE FR w/flreplace on 2 lots.

'', ; b.hind Calvary Bpt. Ch., 311INFORM..TlON THREE HOLSTEIN STEERS 13 per mo $100 deposit. Call with good. referrences. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Conventional home In Geneva Lk. Estates. 5 BR. 2V, BA.
ON Call 964
6971.
; Fellowship Hall. All 622-5620 after S 2/25 SERVICE: Bradford Countyresidential
: proceeds old weight 450-500 p.m. '
mos. LOST/FOUND sunken FR LR DR 3/4 wooded lot. ddrv'wy
AlASKAN and OVERSEAS AUTO REPAIR rood service, w/flreploce; ; ; ac. pv
Mens softball ,
go to Ibs. Make offer 964 5388.Itchg tfn pump-outs
:.-i team. Itchg 3/11 employment. Excellent Income 3/11 2 BR UNFURNISHED APT. lor pick up and delivery 24 $50. We 'also re.lay drain excellent financing.

:':51$ ALTON RD. Sat.. March potential. Call USED SEARS Coldspot LOST large black and tan Rent. 120 Myrtle St stove hours. Average 1 day.service lines. Phone 964-8121 LAKEFRONT
;.j J I 13. 8:30: am til ?? Lot. to ((312)741-9780) Extention refrigerator $100. Good dog. Wearing red collar. ref. A carpet furnished. No 964-7553. 3tfn 5/28 TFchg.PROFESSIONAL. Tropical lot on beautiful Lake Geneva. Only $24,200.

:. s..at low prices. Come on 4258. 3/4 4tpd 3/25: condition. 964-7251 Itpd REWARD. 9647533. llcha pets. No children. $9500 ,.., .&, Car Cleaning Board/batten cottage. Lk. Brooklyn41800.
:$ :; a+ + c
-:j by. Thr. families. See U.S. POSTAGE STAMPS Due 3/11 3/11 month. 964.8944. 3/4 Mobile Homes Service.! Cleaned Custom built home. Little Lk. Santa fe 2 Ac.Sl1O,000.

'::;,:'i you. Itpd 3/11 to postage rate increase, TWO TOPPERS One, shell CULLIGAN fully automatic .washed, glazed Bedford Lk.-Owner fin. $77,000.RENT .
>-SAT., MARCH 13 383 W. national company immediately one w/back door. Fits 8 ft. COMMERCIAL water conditioning. $3.75 Moved vocuumen sanitized and OR BUY
5$ Washington St. Misc. needs a bed of truck. One Oak per mo. Installation extra. :Local or statewide deodorized. $7.00. pick-up Bestent Rd: :3 BR, 2 BA CH/A. S350 Mo.
::i; items. Clothing for young distributor in this area to 40-channel Plus CB. one PROPERTY Limited offer Call moves. Set-up & connections and delivered or your Silver lake: 2 BR, 1 BA. $350 Mo.
;.':::3 s teens (girls). 8 am til 4 pm. service pre-established ac. 650 amplifier one power 9647638. 3/4 4tpd 3/25 done. Call: place. Call 964.7226. ask BUY NOW C PROFIT LATER

::::} Itchg 3/11 counts. No selling. modulator.964.7654. tchg BRADFORD MINI KINGSLEY LAKE: Adorable \1-462-4587 evenings. j for Dennis. 12/10 tin I Owner Financing In Lawtey 3 BR: CH/A. Appro 1500

':55AT.. MARCH 13: 8 am til 6 Minimum Investment 3/11 WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX home, private dock. heat .,.. .t-c.uI_.__ FAMILY H..IRDESIGNERS sq. ft. Stucco on 1 ac. pv'd. driveway garage.
jj pm. Griffis loop turn right $4995. Call TOLL FREE USED BATH TUBS Only two for sola. 80 pct. and air 2 bedroom 1 bath ,,3 '7.99 Ac. on Forsythe Rd. 14x60' MH metal barn. pecan
.-5j at second railroad. 1 Itchg 1-800-835-2246( : Ext. 112. or left! Good for watering owner financing availableat living/dining room combination Hill Security Service 144 W. Call St. peach apple trees. Grapevine. $38.000.
: write S.E.I. Inc.. 811 Atlanta ''''.7303
; ::
-' 3/11 troughs $10 each; New 11 pct. l'/i acres with kitchen locksmithing lots 63 6 65 on Cypress St. Crystal Ik Homeiites 4900.
:: WED.. THURS. FRI Road Cumming. Ga. hog waterers, $10 ea. Call room for expansion. Phone dishwasher simply lots of and I OpenT. Commerclal-250' on Hwy. 301. Owner financing.
:::J:! Jewelry, radio. n.w' tubeS 30130. Florida Adv. t.O. 964-5734 after 3:30: PM. owner 4732735. 9/24 tfn charm. Available April 1 1. Burglar W. 4 F. 9 til 5:30 Assures .
809 N. Westmorelond-Nearly
Alarms new. mtgExcellent
No. 492. 3/4 2tpd 3/11 Fire Thurs. .11 am till
: socks edger like $300 FIRM. 533-2818 or
grass Itpd 3/11 COMMERCIAL AND OFFICE .
.' commercial Many uses Approx 1 lac.
24 Hour S.rvic.(9O.c Sat. 9 am til 3 PM prop.
tools dishes .ts. 612 5332196. 3/4 4tchg 3/25 ?
X. new
SHACE for rent. As Is
or \ w/lSSft. 301. Steel Extras too num.rousto list
( ) 964-5849 \ AppointmentsNot on bldgs.
-:::: Collins PI. Stark., HOMESFOR will finish FRESHLY PAINTED, and
.. to suit. 500 to
Commercial with 120 ft. US-301.! Good )
WANTEDGOOD 1520 S. Walnut Always Necessary lot on buyl
.;;= 964-6362. IIpd 3/11 10,000 ft. available. papered In Starke. 3 BR I
: SALE sq. Don Hill Owner 1/07 tInClassified large CB Home on 20 ac. SR-1B. Sacrifice Make Oder
-S: 1121 BESSENT, : Thurs., Frl, Contact Mr. Sisk at 234 N. concrete block home. Kitchen
::2 and Sat.. ,9' til 6.. Peach PRICES PAID for used Cherry St. Itchg 3/11 appliances, large din Ads Geneva Lake Estates-Beautiful wooded 'I, ac lots
: = seedlings. elec ing/living room with Clean neighborhood w/rollng! hills Tennis courts
:: = mobile homes if
mortgageis
:JTj typewriter childs organ LOVELY CEDAR HOME. 3 BR, 3/4 paid or more. OLiN'S fireplace. .Attached Sunshine Health Get Results .7TH Day Advent. Church. Rd. 230 A.

;::; bik., baby cloth., 2 BA with large rooms. MOBILE HOME SALES MISCELLANEOUSBAKERS workshop. $250 per Food 41S Melton Terrace-See to Appreclotel
:I:J carseat paperback books, Fireplace. 12x20 screened 9645606. Open 7 days month security deposit. N. Ave. Acreage-Davis St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park?
.:2::; Osier juicer dishes .".r.1 porch. Privacy garden.Many weekly. TFchg LP GAS INC Family Call 964-6968 evenings.MOBILE 865 Temple 334. N. Myrtle-Convenient and reasonable.
::> else equip.. Misc.. extras. On. yr. old. AXLES t TIRES 2 axles + 4 owned and operated. We HOME. Two 1 pm 5:30 pm i .5 Acres near Hampton. Well elec. pole septic tank
:::{ 9648902. I tchg 3/11 bedrooms Griffis Loop. MRECOV80T 230A and Wilson Rd.
Assum. mortg. 11 '/ % tires. We pick-up. $100; strive to give better prices on 9648976Bradford 4 71 Acres on
:=23:THURS., FRI t SAT On Grif- First. l last, deposit. ond
after 5 PM. 4737059. 1/21 You deliver $125. Olin. and services. We rent or plus GROOM 40 Acres New River. High rolling
-;:.:.- f is loop, turn by Han- tfn.- Mobile Home Sales Hwy. sell tanks and furnish Call 9648816. Itpd 3/11 The Recovery Room ofQIj.t Realtor Associates-After Hours
::;: dyWoy go to firsrcurve!. ; 100 W Storke 964-5606: eylncer| ) We. solicit ,WOULD LIKE TO SHARE nice75R1tbmeW11to0pId / ,. .. Wayne E. Douglas Broker-Salesn'ian'964-6593 .
FINANCING ,
.OWNER 0. -
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turn left on SE > I .rcng I customers who own their ,"J / or : 'Archie Tanner -funeral.Home. Fred Sock.tt Broker-Salesman 468-1664
;::::: Follow signs. Itpd 3/11 LAKE BEDFORD. 3 CASH PAID, for aluminumcans. tank. Call 2596810. Mac- ._working gentleman* Call RntaIa Lillian Pearson Broker-Salesman 96 .5318
=.?52 BEST YITI) 326 W.st Call St.,, bedrooms 2 both with 21C. Copper brass clenny; 782-3349, Lawtey. 964-6806. Itpd 3/11 '. 964-5757 Starke. Fl. Novls Ward Broker-Salesman 914-7454
UH Friday and Saturday; large eat-In kitchen 12x24 and batteries. H & R Block 2/l84tchg 3/11 PALMS, APARTMENTS: Furnished U.S. 301 North Terwlll.gor-944-7776 Martha Dorko782.3397
: March 12 1 13. 9 am til 6. screened porch. detached efficiencies and 1 j Byron
: ;: office, 31 S. 6th St., Mac- \It Starke Anne Terwlllegar Nelson-475-1677
-:;:;: Bullington. Itpd 3/11 carport w/storage. clenny Florida. Call BR opts.. weekly or mon '
::";&: FRIDAY ONLY-12-6 PM $62.500 Call 473-3186. 2596992. 1/07 tfn thly. NEW FURNISHED 1' e LIMEROCK e

::.-::'" Designer jeans retail 2/25 4tchg 3/18 NEED TO RENT Florida Corrections STUDIOS. 2313 N. Temple 964880Udder
:.i?S $25-42.00, now $12.00 and FOR LEASE With or without employee movingto CUSTOMROTOTILLING Ave.. Starke. 3/11 tIp 9/02 I e DRAIN ROCK e

:;Si less: Designer shoes option to buy. Two area from out of state TWO BEDROOM TRAILER, Beds e GRAVEL ROCK
;:55: values to $1 SO, 50 to 90% bedroom 1 bath completely looking for 1 BR furnished For adults only. No Inside I Mewers .
::.:: Off. U.S. 301 North (next to renovated. Wallpaper efficiency apartment, pets. Call 964-7619. Itchg BUILDING SANDS
T'bl!
; : Baldwin Ch.v.). Itpd 3/11 R. POMERLEAUPh. I ChaIr
Vjj
FRAME house
., carpets and large-suddeck sleeping room In private 3 BEDROOM Chain Saws SIt..nedInd ud t S1?
j $200-250 per mo plus home with limited cooking 964-6985 central heat and air. No A-1 TOP SOIL e /
;.5=1 LAND deposit. Contact Mr. Sisk privileges or will share pets. $250 per mo., first W.IdInqGift !
at 234. N. Cherry St. Itchg house. Will furnish ,,' and last In advance. $50 -r ANY AMOUNTPH. flea ltor
; FOR SALES 3/11 reference Writ. P.O. STROUT REALTY. INC I damage and/or cleaningfee. I .. .

Drawer A, Starke,. Fla. Lorraine Champion. Broker1 Call 964-7824 after 4 :Sftti\fTEn: : 782.3172 S04-782-3931 ,
ACRES OP LAND Surveyedwith 32091. 3/25 tIn 83< N.Temple Ave.Phene64l931 STARKEi Three bedroom Allen E. I IN COUNTRY on 2 ac. 3 B*. 1'/. 8A. perfect garden space,
: markers. Approx. 2 MOBILE WANTED People with commercial Or one both house convenient Taylor 144.500.

miles SW of Raiford on HOMES A Industrial Evening 473-3096 to shopping $225 mo., first SOMETHING DIFFERENT In a home In Strawberry Acres
SR121. 22 feet rood frontage. related backgrounds and lost plus $50 deposit.No A [You owe It to yourself to 'look. _
FOR SALE Unusual in the 468-1509. Itpd HOSPITAL One homes/fe. 6000.
opportunity pets. CLOSE TO acre
$1600 per ocr. Call II BR. 1 bath plus 1 BR fur PhotographerCall
1.::!.' selling field Company I SMALL 2 BR HOUSE Recently LOVELY HOME ferret. couplt. Scrn'd. porches, fencedyd.
t' ((9O.c)781.511h.3tfn) nished rental goad terms
paid training. fringe remodeled. Married ., workshop."" Mere. $45.000.
FIVE ACRE WOODED lOT; 1977 PACEMAKER! 60 xl". benefits, Incentives, acreage great potential. coupl.only. No children or totreasurer Joe Sappat P4CUNTRL 6 Ac.- $10.200.10 Ac.'SUOOO: 30 Ac.

'"" Small equity assume'! Unfurnished. Need downpaymept unusually high commissions. IHomes farms, S water pets. $175 per mo., plus 964-8149 21000. Lot, tawfey area 2 wells. $2,300
payments of $94.00 mon assume lowpayment's. Caiy-800-527-1193! front properties catalog call security. Call 964-5417. NICE' 3 SR flame en 'lovely tree-shaded (of. 22500.
f thly. Keystone qcjag.: "PhoneJ. Call 964-7613. 830; a.m. 4:30. p.m.:c.s.t. now for buyers all across After 6:00 pm PERFECT MOBILE/ HOME SITE 10 Ac.. barn and more.
964-7933 after 6 3/4 Itchg 3/11 .. America. I 3 2 BA mobile home CHtlA only
..;.... p.m. 3/ 2tpd 3/11 FOR RENT I 1.77 ACRES WITH lovely BR
2tpd3/11 '' tij 11x54 MOBIlFtJtpMJl" Two 13 BR and warehouse. Com. Quality desk setsa 33000.
: BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT bedroom, unfurnished. m.rclallocation. 36000. 3200 sq. ft. Warehouse gift, of lasting Mary Kay MICHAEl COONEY
Gulfview Subdivision. near 300000. Call 9646553.. Classified Ads Catalogue Call with retail or office beauty and pleasures J Realtor Associate Home 964.8827

;;;I'" County Club. 8800. Call ltpd311dWWUnio Get Results Now List and Sale space. Loading docks. CosmeticsLouise 'P. O.; DRAWER M Hwy. 301 S. lAkVTEV Fl 32058

9648878. 3/4 2tchg 3/11 Off Hwy. 301. Call Starling !.' T

:; I 964-5294 473-3092 ,

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Mobile I Home Parks
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.... REAL FOR FOR SALE FOR SALE' All types of homeowners Heavy Equipment

ESTATE t SERVICES SERVICE POLES policies for .0..s,... I tllI...,
3 BEDROOM 3 BATH EARLY AMERICAN SOFA 100 IMP roll. ,_
..-.; TYPEWRITERS ANDAD : mobile homes. I 500342 1414
LOOKING FOR a special DING MACHINES FOR CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES CB/BRICK HOME) With extra W/matching swivel rocker 145
Call for Quote *
piece of prop.rty If I RENT Union County Times, Free estimates. Local large swimming pool cost over $800 3 months _
don't have It, I'll find It-Just 85 SW 2nd Ave.. lake distributes for completely landscaped yard severalout ago-$3SO. sofa loveseot 200 AMP Olin' Mobile -

ask:..-JANE S. USHER. Butler.We also repair office washable nationally buildings, with 2-3 chair w/chrome trim $27S Hand rubbed Walnut Single '235Ujll Home Sales WellDrilling
:>"REAITOR 496-2126 or machines. Phone advertised Gardsette acres located an SR 18 chrome coffee/2 end

:,496-2903, eve*., "Your] 496-2261 for more Information. Draperies. saw Enterprises. near Worthington Springs. tables $85. hlde-a-bed Anytime Elaine M.'Oiln. Agent,
Union County Realtor. tfn TFN 10/1.. Ed or lamaStephen. owner finance Call $123 completed bedroom 4SI: 1117 Wall* . ... . . ,. .
'3/26. 4962219.INSURANCE 496-3625 after 7 p.m. TFN suite $175 bunk beds 964-5605 2" thru 6"
2/".
Fo ALL YOU REAL ESTATE $100. washer $123. dryer
' JEEPS. CARS. PICKUPS from coffee w/2 Fast Rotary
'NEEDStCall Venera Brown $85. octagon
"':"?6.3022. Sandy Haien Classified. Ads $35. Available at localGov'f shaped 'end table $125. ir -Wt Pickup. Butcher Chill. Cut t Wrap" Drilling Equip.

"'496-3994 eves or Gerri Lennon ., ,\MINES INSURANCE AGENCY Auctions. For Direc double bed $60 twin bed
4963140. Tiffin and Get 'Results : 160 S. Lake Ave.. Lake tory call 805-687-6000 Ext. $45. bed like new Slate Licensed
queen
1136 Call refundable. e . t . .
Owens. Inc. Realtor Rt. 21 Butler. 496-3978. Compl.t. 4tpd $100. frost free
"Box 788 lake Butler. FL.1tfn Call JanIce Insurance Service. TFp4 2/182/253/43/11. refrigerator $173. Phone Pumps i
ESTATE SALE bids
chg. 8/6. "9 .ZZ" 1949 Taking Ch.vrol.tSedan. on 755-2397 Providence. 1 tchg . ; . . I
'IOHN K. IANOPORD WANTEDEESPONSIIILI antique SOFA IOVESEAT. CHAIR
run.. low mileage.Bids HARD At MARKET New & Used :
it.tRealtor Associate, $150. Early American Sofa I
'((496-3814)) with AAA Realj/ For Rent I I'' PARTY To I I will close March 15. $125. queen bedroom suite From the Pen I to the Pan SalessPartseService :

Estate Agency 752-0577 on-I $30. REWARD : take over payments' on Rhona Parker Rt. 1 Box $350 matchingwash.rdry.r We make It E;islet for You E-Z TermsPlumbing'
FL 32063.
4 .nounces nationwide ser- Spinet Console Piano. Call 726 Macclenny. $350 sideby . . . . .
affiliating IGood b. seen locally. Write Mr. Phone 259.2034 after 5
Vvlce and referral since .FOR side w/ice maker $225
with Independent Tenants Foster. P.O. Box 561. p.m. and 259-2078 during dinette w/6 chairs $95 Richly' grained 4" It 7V4\ 216 E. Washington St. i I Open Monday Saturday

C Realty Marketing Service.. I I Astor Fla. 32002. 3lpd 3/daytime" 3/11 hours. 3tpd 2/25 Zenith color console $350. walnut ,in a simply elegant 1 Starke. Florida 32091 964-6723 *> . . ,
If have a steady Job 2/253/43/11.
iTFN 2/4. you electric stove $125. gas design with nameplate New Installation
.I ACRES OF LAND Surveyed! ''and good credit references -1 PLANTS. SEED FERTILIZER stove $125. never used .

with marker Approxrrlmotely ., we'll I knock $101 I; Dollmlte, feed.. Hwy MoonlightEnterprises. 100. Simmons queen bed $200 in and .Remodeling. ... . .Repairs. . .
2 mtlee ,SW oft! : double $175. washer $125. Com today SH
I each offyour first third I For Sale Ga'pson
.. Roifofd on SR 21. 22 feef and fifth months rent] line.Bradford-Union Phone 9044962093.County dryer $85. 753-2397 Providence our complete selection Register308.S. (4(Dii & DurranccPUMP& .

.<. road frontage $1.600 per I time to ,Your very 4tchg 3/4 3/11 3/183/25. Itchg 3/11. quality <*** sets by Street . . . . .
when paid on ] I 'Thom
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rocre. Call 9047813171.I ,ewn 2 BO .//C., YAMAHA Electric Shea".,.,
1
I,,, 3/4. help ua celebrate open- TWO COMMERCIAL, organ. Excellent condition. 964.!5888 I ,
'liDS of our second phase I home, furnished, air I. BUILDINGS Side by side In $700. Call 468-1243 between -- SUPPLY
(Gulf
'rental units. conditioned and ready lake Butler One has 1260: 6 t 10 PM .....361.., ) I

I FOR SALE PlMI MIbIIHtmt vlIagsSRi2latEast to move into for Just square feet one ho 2400 days. Itchg 3/11 Gas C Fuel OilCash .COMPANY. . . ... .
1 square feet. Will sell SPINET CONSOLE PIANO eLp .
I 4 Johnny Cash, March ,Lake Butler city limits $2,698. Size 12x40.. For together or seporetly. I FOR SALE Wanted: ,,864 N.

.111 at 8 p.m. concertI | Phone 4904366 7-8 pm details call.Ray Powell want to.move print shop totrailer < Responsible party to takeover C Home Delivery e & Carry TtempeStartte A ye. ',
park '
tickets. area. Will piano. Can be seen
I for details or drop by] 496-3377 finance Ray Powell, locally. Writ. Mr. Powers. Fl.,
J afternoon for appli-l "496-3377 'I . . .,. . .
Illinois
-4U-32$7 any Box 327 Carlyle.
'I cation and viewing t/sj TFN 3/11. 62231 or call 4O4-232-4420. Martin and. per fection Heaters 964-7061

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I 'I Page lOB March II, ISH2 ,


,\ I Florida Freshwater'fishing Called '"America's. Best (II III


I license, valid one year from date of ',1' of fish for sportsmen. The division director said whether a shared relaxation and recreation. Persons seeking information\ on
in Florida?
Freshwater
Fishing purchase (series AB) costs 750. The fisheries division stocked 3.6 fisherman's interest is to go after "Especially at a time when our rules and regulations, or who are Interested
"It's of the best In the nation
I some bass or a heavy stringer ol society seems to be deemphasizingthe the
A nonresident annual license million fish in 259,971 acres of public trophy In discovering nearest
I If' the best said Dennis E.
not ,
Holcomb of the Florida Game and '(series B) cost $10.50. A 14-day con water In a year's time through June, bream, Florida's abundant family unit, we feel freshwater available fishing waters may contact
,, tinuous nonresident license (series C) freshwaters provide ample opportunity. fishing gives all Floridians a chanceto their nearest regional office of the
Fresh Water Commission. "In fact "
Wfe In Florida have the best panfish costs $7.50. A five-day continuous 1981.Types of fish stocked include shellcracker added.enjoy the outdoors together he Commission for details
license (series D) costs J5.5Q. bluegill, shellcracker. largemouthbass Frying-pan-sized ,
fishery; in the world.
; ( )
and speckled perch
Holcomb is one who should Florida residents over the age of 65 and the sunshine bass, The major bluegill crappie '
person the state
know< about such things. As director of and children under the age of 15 are fish stocked was the sunshine are"We abundant also have throughout an excellent sunshine AWXSr -
"
from possessing a fishing bass.
the Commission's division of exempt
and bass in
striped population
bass
fisheries, he oversees the freshwater license.military No personnel fishing license who are is requiredof Florida "The division is also conducting many areas," he said. With the Cost of Energy Today Youcan't
the state
resource throughout said that when families
fish Florida, Holcomb said, a residents while they are home on research to continually update our efforts Holcomb a ? afford NOT to
does not need to person travel leave for period of 30 days or less. to maintain quality freshwater take to the water, the fishing ex- e' 0 own a Woodburner,
generally Also, license is required when environments, he said. perience offers a rich source of Reversible Fan
more, that 20 miles to find a lake, no or a
pond, river or canal that is open to fishing in their home county with not
fishing. more than three poles or lines exceptin

"I'm not sure freshwater fishermen fish management areas. Alaska Is! the most northern, most western and most .
30 FREE in home Service
Florida's sub- .. Days ( )
of Florida fully understand what a "When we consider astern state in the Union. Some of the Aleutian Islands a t ,
fine fishery resource they have, except tropical climate and the large quantity extend beyond the 180th meridian, the officiat dividingline with Installation
lor those sportsmen who have of freshwater resources, it is a between East and West.
Compared our fishing with other great setting for any fisherman,.
areas of the nation, the fisheries official novice or professional,' he explained. 1
Florida has major river systems in
said. "And the person whodoesn't
typically take advantage of the northern tier of the state and large Need Help r Dieting? o"odrugs chemicals, We( Carry A
:-that resource is missing some of the lakes throughout. "Pre-Season Sale"All
:.most pleasant outdoor experience life Holcomb said the fisheries division .. .;):'.;: -'has to offer." carefully selects fresh water bodies in NEW .OvalofMd,toetod and Fans & .Stoves
S He adds that freshwater fish provide the state to stock with certain species @The ; uocoMhity inwd by Buck '
'
: a source of inexpensive, abun- Pvt. Todd JacksonIs it m'SStcaaa(doctor. 30% Off
; dant protein and a nice supplement to comfortable, Jotul
: the monthly: food inventory. "When Army CannoneerPvt. A natural s tovMW plat the doe akin.eanclip. not. Fisher Sale PriceFisher
-looking at the expense, a Florida weight 1W+ .:; .
of -
Jackson
Todd E. son
less than three pe'oee
: fishing license costs control the Birmingham
cents a day and is good 365 days a Charles and Beatrice Jackson of 811 plan that Acu-Hlrg
year, 24 hours." Ash St., Starke, has completed train- helps you b at -GoldenGlow Stoves
Fishing licenses may be purchased'at ing as a cannoneer under the one station to eat ''lnger"PS
unit training (OSUT) program at. less OUR COtOlN GLOW COMES IliDOORS
the office of the county tax collector \ *
BlUt. MN GREEN Of BLACK
or'their registered subagents, A the U.S. Army Field Artillery School, with NICKEL PLACED GLASS $3 7 goo -
resident fishing license (series A) Fort Sill, Okla.Students ,All SIOVES ARC U I APPROVED STARTING AT
.costs $6.50 and is valid from -July 1 learned the duties of a
howitzer or gun section crewman and caremn sense
through June 30. Another resident Rim I jrX by be+q wenyR th total way
received instruction in handling am- THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL CASBAH Reversible

munition, setting fuses and preparing Acu-fling'"comes with' an attractive carrying case and complete instruction
: \ 52" Antique' Brass or Polished Brass
Spring Season. charges, communications and Including a balancedIexble' diet Let us demonstrate. the new Acu.RtnQ' BLACK BART

For Turkey GobblerIs maintenance.OSUT is a 13-week period which Dr. Ronald E. Dopson Chiropractor $13900
Set with $ Q Q Includes
combines basic combat training 9
Phone 964-8018
: Blower a Screen
After such a cold Florida winter, advanced individual training. 5 year Warranty
hunters who seek bearded gobbler I
turkeys will have a chance to pursue ADD TO THE PRODUCTION OF YOUR HEATING
their sport in somewhat warmer Jones Convalescent Service Inc.
'weather when the spring season SYSTEM with a REVERSIBLE FAN
begins March 13.
"Bearded gobblers may be taken in REVERSIBLES
the northwest region from March 13 Providing Non-emergency Many More Brands
through April 11," said Dr. Allan L. STARTING AT .. "
Egbert, assistant director of the Divi- I ::t to choose 'from...

sion Fresh of Water Wildlife Fish for Commission.the Game and Medical Transportationfor $ 9 5 Classic, Hunter Starting Supreme At ,Pales'

He also said the bearded gobblersmay
he hunted north of State Road 50 CHOOSE FROM: $ 0 0
(which crosses the state through the wheelchair & stretcher patientsin Kenroy e Nutone e Emerson 4 9

Orlando area) to the eastern boun- Monticello e Casablanca Plus Other Brands

dary 13 The through of gobbler Jefferson April season 4.County began from south March of. Bradford & Clay CountiesP.O. :. ,..... J;I I"$ :f:&" #I"..,' .".;.:tI..t.. !;;"Wt. .....'i ,.,<.F.,! :,I. '".' ,t'.r. ... .JIt,:.;' ,t"\.. \-., I J.i I : :_ .

State Road on March 6 and will end WIND & FIREMofaFLORIDA Phone

March 28. Drawer H span I bays A WMK ON HIGH2.. ACROSS FROM FORTUNE; 473.7194
The daily bag limit is one bearded MwM SahvOy" KEYSTONE '
HEIGHTS FLORIDA ? No Answer Call,, 1.389.8308
gobbler with a spring season limit of
Starke Fla.
two. 964-6223 O Den This _Sunday 1.L 3Jt< ::-w, _......
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