Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04254
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04254
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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It's summer here. A chance of slightly cooler temperatures along witha Two s.cnonaSECTION
chance of rain Sunday Is about the only difference in the weekly AtNw

weather report. .. . . . .Pagt 1,2,3,
High for today (Thursday, March 18) is predicted at 87, with a low of 60 EdIse,I.l. . . . . .Pag4 rtrgrap1i'The
' degrees, with a 40 per cent chance of rain as cold and hot air meet.. It's Society . .. ',' .Pag. '.*,10
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It could be slightly cooler this weekend if a predicted meeting of a cold Sport. . . . .Pag.i JJ-U '
front moving south from the north meets with warm air flowing up from l.gali. . . . . .Pag 13 ;
the south. That also could develop into a wet.weekend.
Last week the county had a lows of 34, 36, and 47 degrees. This week
air-conditioners were turned on. SECTION Bi Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Hequen
', There has been no rain since the first of the month when an average of N.w. Irlo'". .'. . . .Pag 5,*
2.8 inches of rain fell in the county during the week of March 3-9, with Clattlfl.di. . ,.. .Pag.f '.9 s
Louis Hill Tower, north of Lawtey, measuring 2.99 inches; New River fire Obltuarl. . ., .Pog.i 23.4 "' 103rd Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
tower, 2.9 Inches; Santa Fe tower, 2.40, and Stuke measured 2.12 inches. '., 33rd Issue Thursday, March 18, 1982 USPS f IMi2-7K



Slim Chance to Stop Bessent Road Apartment Complex

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"I estimate less than 10 percent," attorney Terry Brown said Tuesday Brown retracted his statement, but said he still needed to know what the ob- "To me, that 50-50," Whiffen said.
night March 17, when pressed for how much chance Starke commissionershave jection to the project is. Each commissioner will be put under oath and asked "We think we're right and we're gonna have a Judge tell us if we're right or
of stopping a proposed federally financed 40-unit apartment complex on that question Brown pointed out both Monday and Tuesday nights. not," said Whiffen. If the residents can delay the project, that much would be
Bessent Road.A Silcox said his objection is that the matter was never brought before' the gained, he said.
Circuit Court judge has twice refused to dismiss the suit brought by council, presumably meaning the project was presented to state planning Brown reiterated his concern about the potential for liability. Commission
developers Stokes & Co. of Jacksonville after the city commission last June agencies and the city zoning board before the city commissioners knew minutes do not reflect very well the motives going through the minds of each
30 reversed its zoning board and rejected 3-1 approval of a site plan for the anything about it. That was a common complaint by the council during the commissioner when he rejected the site plan Brown pointed out.
project.The time last year Stokes & Co. was trying to secure site plan approval.The Ireland indicated to him, Brown said, the city's chances are less than 5050.
council agreed not to vote Monday or Tuesday on Brown's recommen project is proposed on 10 acres Known as the Powell property on Bes- Ireland has never given the council percentage figures like that,. said Com
dation, although Mayor Vernon Silcox says a decision must be made soon. sent Road just off Stt-230( in east Starke. The land is adjacent to Bradford mission Jimmy Crosby.
Progress on the suit has been delayed by Stokes Co. while the city Villas. The project would be back of the Presbyterian manse and a house built Once Ireland convinced the city of a course of legal action he would have
selected a new attorney, plus time for the new attorney to become familiar by Affordable Homes. had trouble telling the city it was taking an illegal course of action, Brown
with the proceedings to date. Former city.attorney George Pierce has since The 10 acres, which is next to single family residential property on the east pointed out.
become county judge./ side, and adjoins another multi-family development, Bradford Villas, on the Six criteria set forth in the city zoning regulations are the only things the city -
The city retained Gainesville attorney Leonard Ireland to defend the suit. west side. The 10 acres is also partially classified as BP, which allows multi- council can consider in approving site plans, Brown said. The criteria are-
Ireland was originally retained by residents objecting to the development.Next family dwellings, and partially zoned A, single-family residential. Stokes & 1) access to property, 2)) drainage, 3) method of utility connection, 4) impacton
step is a meeting tentatively set Tuesday night, March 23. to talk with Co. submitted a revised site plan placing the entire project on the property off-street parking, 5)) if site plan conforms with the surrounding area, and
Ireland about the suit. Why do residents feel the suit can be defended when zoned BP, but the council said thai made no difference. 6) recreation areas.
.Ireland hasn't talked that hopeful to the city or Brown, questions Commis- Brown pointed out to the council Tuesday night, in a lengthy discussion of Conformity to the surrounding area is the criteria on which the commissionmust
sioner Jimmy Crosby? the apartment issue, the potential dangers in proceeding with the suit, such as base its case Brown said. He pointed to the nearby multi-family housing -
Resident Wayne Whiffen indicated Tuesday night that area residents might attorney fees, court costs, potential' damages for loss of profit by the Bradford Villas. Whiffen quickly pointed out Bradford Villas units &re
want to revive their legal opposition to the proposed complex if the city bows developer, possible liability for incurring loss of federal funds. privately owned, not rental units.
out. Whiffen indicated he thinks a citizen suit would have a better chance if The attorney of Stokes & Co., the law firm of Rogers, Towers, Bailey, Jones Whiffen said, however, he could not speak Tuesday night for all the
the council does not change its position on the site plan. & Gay of Jacksonville, has told Stokes & Co. to expect to pay legal fees of residents of the area. He said he'd have to call a meeting to determine their
Brown thinks the city's chances of successfully defending the civil suit $30,000 to$40,000 to bring the suit, Brown said. Due to the high cost of bringingthe wishes.
brought by Stokes & Co. are not good, and that the cost would be too high. The suit the chances of a settlement should be favorable, Brown said. Councilman Robert Milner said he will listen to attorney Ireland, but said
attorney reported his recommendation to city commissioners in a work ses- The slim chance of prevailing in the suit, the liability to be incurred by each he places a tremendous amount of confidence in what attorney Brown says,
.sion Monday night and again Tuesday night in the regular meeting. commissioner merit a consideration for settling by the city commission, the that Brown is qualified and his firm is qualified.
Attorney Brown said Monday night he woulJlTe glad to meet with the at- Tampa attorney said. Councilman Crosby said he is concerned because the city didn't get the type
torneys for Stokes & Co. to discuss a desirable settlement, but said he felt like Whiffen, invited by Mayor Silcox to speak, said the.sight has been lost that of assessment from attorney Ireland that Ireland apparently gave the
he needed to know exactly the objections the council has to the project, "other the project is not good for the area. citizens."If .
than the fact that the development is on Bessent Road." "They're trying to bulldoze us," said Whiffen, adding attorney Ireland told we have a chance of winning. I'm gonna be in favor of going all the
"Shut up," shouted a livid Mayor Vernon Silcox Monday night. "You don't him nothing has changed, that Ireland's opinion all along has been that it is a way," said Commissioner Charles Schaefer. "But I don't want to squander
t need to be putting words in the presses mouth." toss-up how the litigation will go. taxpayers': money."

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Expansion PlansThe


r s u4 1,1Lia arh ';(4'r' first of three public hearings on Administrator Pat Scanlin urges
M expanding the Starke Nursing Home .anyone whosupports this project to
;a is set Wednesday, March 24,-at 7 p.m. attend the public hearing. this comirlg
, in the commission meeting room in Wednesday.
l .' the Bradford County courthouse. J.D. Griffis is the owner of the

I :: "certificate Being sought by the nursing home is chased Starke March Nursing I Home, 1981, from having LawtonB. pur-
a of need" which will be
V Thomas of
r issued by the North Central Florida Macclenny.
Betty Sue Denmark is now directorof
Health Planning Council in
nurses at the nursing home, having
Gainesville if enough interest is
held the since June of
shown by the public. A request is be- post 1981.
ing made to add 71 beds to the Starke
; i Nursing Home, which when added to
Pi? na" iA i Y : t'' MJ the present 49 beds will give a total of
120 beds. There is a lengthy waiting
,!' '4 tL list to get into the nurisng home.
$7 Adding 71 beds plus renovating the
present facilities will cost a projected
L't $1.5 million. Once the certificate of
need is approved, bonds will be sold to

finance the expansion. -
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"The acceptance or denial for this _SATURDAY_ March ;20_
certificate of need will largely be GARAGE SALE CAR WASH
,{r I ar"4 iIL: : ''yr % t a ," ss+rr determined by the support by the by Bradford Pop Worn.r8a.m.
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f4 community, says administrator P.J.
(Pat) Scanlin. Building N. of Baldwin Ch.v.
If the certificate of need is approved ...............
{ d.N the nursing home, which now accepts DISTRICT SPECIAL OLYMPICS
only private or Medicaid patients 9:30 a.m. All Day
also will accept Medicare at BHS$ Track Flald
tients. At present, there are only pa-49 ...............
nursing home beds in this district for SOFTBALL ROUND.ROBIN
Medicare patients. The district in- Involving Ellt. (Groan Machln.)
-'T 4 cludes Bradford, Union, Hamilton, 9 gam.i starting 9:30 a.m.
A i 4 'Y'T Suwannee, and Columbia counties. Edward' Rd. Fl.ld
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Strawberry Queen Tammy Denton samples Lloyd Griffis' fair. She approv ra J 1
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-1I 4 This is Lloyd Griffis' 48th strawberry patch.
} His Sequoia berries must taste good. Strawberry Queen Tammy Denton ate
them about as fast as Mr. Griffis could find ripe ones for her. A new
I ,*p IQ, strawberry queen will be selected March 27.
r ,, ) ,:w, But Griffis can rumble right along. He has no doubt forgotten more about
it growing strawberries than most folks will ever know. For instance, Mr. Grif-
fis is fixed up to conveniently water his berries from pipes buried all over his
farm way out in the woods north of Lawtey He moves his berries every three
years and the water Is there. _
Last Thursday Mr. Griffis was picking twice per week. Mrs. Griffis said i

r'' 'T9. ru( week.they'd picked 54 hats off a two-acre patch. right behind his house one day last "

Griffis is selling his berries now to a lady who sells them on the road. lie
.. ,'- finds markets in Orange Park to sell most of his produce.
The 2-day rain March 6-7 caused a lot of Griffis' berries to rot.They filled up
with two much water then burned and rotted when the sun came back out, he
explained.Some .
r1L1&d people thought the rain didn't hurt the berries.They looked all right a
few days after the rain.. 1 t t 'MtsM

"Just wait," Griffis' said he knew, as he picked several large berries with
rotten spots in them. .
& A housewife won't stand for much of that, Griffis flatly stated. If she finds
one or two berries with a rotten'spot in a pint she'll go somewhere else to buy
her strawberries the next time. Two rotten berries in is
a pint a fairly good From left Faith
Roberts Lax
: Green D.J. Rlddick. I.eAnn Flynn
percentage of the berries in the pint, he also pointed out.

? l? ;yM, says.There is no way pickers. don't get some of the rotten berries in the cups, he 4 BHS Band Members Win Superior Ratings

t -. Labor for Griffis comes every year from Oklahoma. Workers know where In District Solo and Ensemble Contest

to find his 'way out' farm. Four members of the Bradford Band
High won superior ratings, the highest
a This Is a prime year for growing berries,says Griffis. All that is needed for possible, in the Solo and Ensemble Contest sponsored Saturday, March 6. at
full production now is some warm nlghts"as well as warm days. the University of Florida by the Florida Bandmasters Association.
Never has there been a, nicer year for growing berries Griffis says. His D.J. Riddick was rated superior for his snare drum solo.
plants grew off good,are white with bloom every morning,and are producing Faith Roberts was rated superior for her French horn solo.
large, sweet berries.
LeAnn Flynn won two superior ratings, one each for a snare drum solo and l
:r-c Griffis grows only Sequoia berries which he thinks are the sweetest. Mrs. a xylophone solo.
---- : Griffis says he l likes to eat berries out In the field better than anywhere else-. fez Green was a superior rating for a trumpet solo.
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Paul McDavid Wins at Brooker Elementary Cassandra Fisher is Champion at Hampton

'' 'r., .' ,. v, Sixth grader Cassandra Fisher
"What is a 'tenement'? Paul .
McDavid asked caller Susan Scott, spelled the word 'alphabet' oorrwtly
then spelled the word carefully to and won the Hampton Ee! !"'"'nfirv.
gain a chance to win the Brooker spelling bee Friday 'March 12

Elementary spelling bee Friday, ..
March 12, for the second straight Runner up honors in spelling
bee which featured 15 of the school
year finest spellers, went to 7th gra.J "
Runner-up Tell White had misspell. ; '' Tammy Peeples Tammy missed; tl. .
ed it 'tenament.' Taking his time and d gVr word 'acquaint,' leaving out the r'
thinking it over, young McDavid i Cassandra correctly sp"!llf r r a pt
carefully used the clue gained from 'acquaint,' then 'alphabet to beer:
White's misspelling got all the information champion speller at HE
he could from the caller, and ,( Cassandra,, daughter of Mr
spelled a word he didn't know. 1Paul Mrs Alvin Fisher of US.30 :. I
McDavid then correctly spelled Starke, and Tammy daughter of Mr
'prescription to win the contest, and and Mrs. Fred P'eples, will row ?t 1r!
I got a big hand from the BE students the county-wide run-off next Ihurs
assembled in the cafetorium. day, March 23, at 10 a.m. in the county .
b' school board in the ,
? meeting room
Only White and McDavid, both
sixth graders remained from the 15 administration building on N. Temple Fl ,,/ :r r'r.
candidates Ave in Starke .. .J ...., .
after four rounds. Sabrina' Other contestants, in (h,. onto .. n ; r..Jf.
Starling went out on 'glorious. Brian!
Kendrick misspelled 'parallel'' and McDavid Tell White eluded Quinton Ford Mrd! > Htn.ey, (';t !'''ndra tlsdf" Tammy Peeples
Sean Smith. Redding
Jimmy Long Andy -
the Craig fourth Brigham round.missed'maximum' in BE Spelling ChampionTom Runner.up Speller at BE Ruth Underwood, Tina I-' spelling Cha'Lr"1d Runner-Up Speller at lie: ;

Branham, Shannon Ford, Kim Smith,
The 15 contestants also included Drawdy The two winners w ill compete In the Marie Long, Andy Frey Si-1\ Russell :" ('!'. ',-'e1'I. !Gloom, word1grain, screen, length
Chris Wentworth, Joy Vellenga, Judges were BE teachers Judy Bur countywide spelling bee next Thursday and Robert J\loort'h"'aft.. Jaw ofcr, palace, slag'! \bhagc.strw.It elevator towel, hollow idle, temple, _
Jeana Andrews, Kevin Starling, Mike rows and Sue Crawford and Principal March 25, at 10 a.m, in the school Cassandra correctly spelled the wax, orchestra, IU:' ue, then nickel, boil, broom, raw, cigar,
Stillwell, Brian Collen, Craig Pardee, Buddy Paterson. Caller was BE board meeting room in the ad- words: float tear sheet, sort, acquaint and alphabet citizen, arrange, sack ticket, plank,
Randy Polk,Anthony Wentworth and teacher Susan Scott. ministration building in Starke. regards copper, power, fellow, sur- Tammy correctly spelled the guilt then missed acquaint.. tI

I Bradford High School] Chamber Singers Receive Superior Rating in Contest I

Friday c>enmg. Feb 26, the Brad The Solo and Ensemble Contest is Chamber Singers, a group of 15, The Chamber Singers perfortrf \'r' Hw ('hamh(>r t+tngera "''aK' !( D I: avis till>, Lois !Moore ((1)I), and
ford High School Chamber Singers held each year for soloists (piano and singers chosen! from the Bradford! two madrigals .from the Fog.1! !. 1 :.., ..., '-It( r M.. 11.. ". I Iu h. ,, W'i' 'ndell Thomhnson Ill( ). The piano
participated in the Florida Vocal vocal) and choral ensembles of 16 High School Concert Chorus by Don Renaissance April is in :n> mod:! I k> _a: 'ng. lu.it.t 'nH"I.ler: ,Moist! representing Bradford High
I Association District III Solor and singers or less. Hardy, directorhave been singing Mistress' Face," by Thomas Morley' when I'v he.rd; such sensitive !sg. finZ ,chool: was Daniel Martin 'I).
Ensemble Contest held this year at This year makes the first year that together for approximately six and Weep () Mine Fyss bybT ( "NiftM 1' !*," to say. h"> ,ratorl 'h 'm A.I1 ensembles' and soloists who
Gainesville High' School BUS has entered an ensemble The weeks Bennet. sups i'lor. i'eccive a superior idling at district
The singers are: Sopranos: Lois A'so participating were .. ontest are eligible to participate in
Moore, Robin Stern, and Marcy Wat soloists three "i'cdl and one p:-m! I he Florida Vocal Association State
28 BUS Students Represent terson; Altos: Diana Crawford "'e't" T*!I'* 'Je :al "Ioh.t Were 1 'I i'oHest held this year in Gainesville.
Marla arlay. Beth Francis, andShawn MADFONO
Mart, Tenors: Lee Davis, Lex COUNTY TELle Rr,1'It c' '" /
Green, Ronnie Lennon, and Kevin FuHihd! .v.ry The'>4yof
School Sciencc Fair
in Regional Scheetz; Basses Steve Marshall, 130 W. coil SM at First
Daryl Na/worth, Calvin Thomas, and Stork., Florida 1701: 1 1S
Wendell Tomhnson Accompanist is C 'hrisOan e ;!iCf.url
28 Bradford High School students and at least two teachers will be heavily Daniel Martin * involved in the Regional Science Fair scheduled for Thursday and Friday, At contest, each ensemble must Staika Florl'fo ChurrhY''
April 18-19, at Lake City Community College. ]perform two selections on which they 10 am to 3
Vickie Carver Best Overall award winner !in last weekend's Bradford i are judged by an export in the field of Sub,crlpnon ftrlntrad *- / \ pmSpires'
Science Fair, heads up the BUS competing at Regional against some 175 projects ! W OC p' y/>r ., \
from 6 other (counties. Judges rate each group accordingto $500 .Ixmc ithtOutild Parking Lot
Also going for BUS are seniors Stacey Denmark Pam Pratt, Kim Rieske I tone, intonation, diction technique: \\
and Eddie Winkler; juniors Ed Crews, Tommy Crosby, Mike Darley, Tracy I Balance, interpretation musical afreot .trade area $10.00 .ar r.rpaf t Buys on Folding Chairs
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McRee, and Pamela Rigby, sophomores Bernie Akridtze Michelle Bright, 1 etc and'are given an overall $5,50 sir m nthi
Mary Campbell, Robert Carver Mike Christmas, Lori Clark, Lee Ann Flynn, rating of I superior, II i'x'Dent, III ninth' s Toys & other items
Michelle Kunutis Daniel Martin, Lori McKinney Adrit'ne Pollard, Sherl Nor good, IV fair, or V poor .. .. :. -. many
man,Theresa Ricks, Michelle Stillwell,and Juice Wise; and freshman James -" -- -

: Norman Four students, Stephanie qualified Redding for, and Regional Lex Sanders.but are unable to go because of other :jl r '';: k/1"ifi'" ...1k::: ": jf.1I1'\\ nJ! 1

f. committments and Brenda Bawek.They are Tammy Mann, Deborah Roark Mary Richardson, tfr. ::1i't: r Jjt4; rfT.J'' JiWA:';\\ .

teacher.Sanch.Smith Judging will be Thursday,who will with be awards involved to with be presented the Regional Friday event BUS along science with I' ....'''..:.J,'l-U r( }lll;r.: ::1". : :/ fj --- '':'",' t' \.II. tJ'...) '. ...... ,.-., ld ;<.!. '(. ':;:t,.: ,", .r j. I d ..,.P.' ,'II\. :*. ,;.

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Crime Reports I

Complaint Filed Investigation revealed extensive A 17-year-old female had stopped to I
removal of property, including doors, let a passenger ask about his truck ,'
Against Jesse VVolbert carpets, fixtures and furniture. The when Austin approached the vehicle,
Starke police were called March 8 hot water heater had been discon- opened the door while holding a knife s
to investigate the removal of property nected and the panelling had been and told her to get out, according to : '!
from 206 S. Water St., in Starke, the removed from the walls according to Patrolman Jerry Miller. 4
residence in which attorney Jesse Miller
Wolbert, now suspended, had his law An investigation is pending accor- The victim stated she got out of the
office. ding to the State Attorney's OfficeStarke car and was struck on the leg by a ;1

: .. Officials from the Community State drink bottle thrown by Threasa
.. ..... ::' .: '- w Bank stopped at the law office of Woman Arrested Faulkner. A fight ensued and whileon
Jesse Wolbert when they saw several In Fighting Incident the ground the victim was struck in
I County Games Preview District Special Olympics vehicles at the property. The bank, the back with a drink bottle by
Shelia Casselman Austin, 32, of Carolyn Milliard. :
which has a mortgage on the building,
has filed an affidavit charging Starke, was arrested and chargedwith
t Bradfdrd County Special Olympics( competitors bring Events to be contested Include: 50,200, and 400 meter Wolbert with criminal mischief for aggravated battery Saturday. The victim was treated and released -
i in the banner at last weekend s County games. dashes; mile run, standing long jump, high jump, soft- removing property upon which lein March 13, after a fight in the parkinglot at Bradford County Hospital.
This Saturday, March 20, Starke will for the first time ball throw,frisbee, 400 meter relay, wheelchair 25 meter has accrued. of Gator Freight Lines between Austin was released on her own
ever be hosting the District Special Olympics competition. race, wheelchair slalom, wheelchair 4 x 25 meter relay, Bill Klondes said he was paid $100 Call and Madison Streets; in Starke. recognizance.
At least 600 participants, maybe close to 1,000 are tug-of-war, pentathlon, volleyball, team soccer,and soc- by the defendant to remove certain
expected to compete Saturday and coordinators of the cer skills. items from the property. Klondes and
massive event are inviting citizens out to help out or Just Events start at 9:30 Saturday morning and will run two other men were there when, ':4Come- o
enjoy the full day of fun and games. most of the day. Patrolman Jerry Miller arrived.

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Lunch Menus
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Bradford County Middle School 'rQ
Vo.-Tech. Center Look inSportswear
and all elementary schools
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Turiday March 21: Pizza, French fries, salad -- I
chocolate cake, milk.Wrdn..d.y I
I March 14. Fried chicken mashed. / .". -- .a '
potatoes & gravy green beam pear, cinnamon .: I'
roll milk
Thurnday.March 25: Hamburger on nun,lettucek / "
pickle buttered corn peaches milk. "
Friday March 21: Spaghettimral sauce
cheese sits, cabbage slaw apple crisp hot roll. "
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Monday March 22.. Chicken& rice cheese mix, I I
turnip greens peaches,brownie cornbread, milk
Tursday. March 23. Hamburger gravy, mashed 1 i Sale
potatoes green peas,fruit]ello, hot rolls, milk.
Wrdnr>4ay, March 24: Turkey dell on bun. 1 I 2 Racks of
French fries cabbage slaw, ralt cup,milk
Thursday, March 23: Fried chicken rice Si Suede Suits
Ntj' : gravy, green beans, applesauce hot rolls) mIlk. 1 Rack of
1L Friday, March M: Beef vegetable soup, ihwsetoast Velour
,crackers peach crisp, milk. Tops
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Shirts Sweaters
.March 22: Hamburgers pizza, French ,

Lawtey MYF Youths Rock to Support Activities... fries Tu,.milkshakes<..y. March 13. Cheeseburgers pizza & More
French fries, milkshakesWrdnnday. .
Hocking: away are ((1-r Tammy Odom, Kristen King Shane Seeley Apryl Seeley Kim King lI'Ipresi- March Hamburgers, pizza, 30-40o/00ff
dent Ray Shuford Scott Anders V-P Timmy Seeley Bucky Kite. Rocking but not shown was Michael French fries milkshakes.Thunulay .
Anders. March 25: Pizza cheeseburgers, #

The youngsters rocked 24 hours.from 6 p.m. Friday until 6 p.m. Saturday to raise. money for their activities French.. Friday.fries.March milkshakes ZIk. Hamburger'\; pizza French Just ArrivedSummerwear
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: ... Committee of the Starke Woman's Club 1kWatson's
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get more azaleas to growing in Bradford County, It's a
plants sold for ".10 or $10.50 for 10.. .' Western & Fashion -
most of the buying. Some Just answered with a smile
going to enlist the aid of hubby when it came to the

was called to help unload the plants. That was 301 South Starke Truck Plaza
got to buying and ended up with more than he could

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!.. At first thought, it didn't seem necessary follow inmates and live here while the prison ? k

to have a Crime Watch program established term is served. More often than we might ; '

t L: t here. So, when Mrs. Vernie Odom began think, the newly released inmate becomes a

pushing the idea, we promptly forgot about resident. His family is established here, so ;
It. he stays. You get a lot of drunks and drug ad-

''I' dicts that you wouldn't get if the prisons

Mrs. Odom kept on pushing, talking with weren't here, weren't attracting that type of

,: local groups and churches. Tuesday she people. So, you've got robbers, rapists, .A Yrf' 7r
pushed an editorial from the Florida Times- junkies, a whole slew of villains, or former r

Union across the front desk at the Telegraph villains, in our midst.
headlined "Neighborhood watch is effective
crime fighter." Consider the plight of women who follow

their inmate husband or boyfriend here,

Mostly, we're not afraid to walk aroundour many arriving penniless, then having to

neighborhoods at night- something that resort to whatever means they can to sur-

can't be said all across this nation. But it vive, including bringing in drugs to the

may not be as safe here as one would think. prison and turning to prostitution.

Crime has grown to the extent that nearly Consider the local juveniles put back on

half- 48 percent- of all Americans are afraidto the streets time after time after being involved ,.

walk alone in their immediate in some pretty serious stuff. Many : :

neighborhoods at night, a recent Gallup poll graduate into the adult courts and the prison

shows. Fifteen years ago, less than one in system.
three were frightened to walk their
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neighborhoods after dark. Taken in this light, a Crime Watch program A Knight is About to Come to an End... I IIn
might be one of the best things that
While these figures may not be true here, could be running around here. Somethinghas

there is reason to be concerned: to be done so the people will assume a scene from the play 'Wife of Bath' put on Mondayby classes first period and fifth period. !Mrs. Brunrttl's
Mrs. Claire Brunetti's british literature class at class had been working on the production for the past 2.
Consider the series of armed robberies, responsibility for themselves, do somethingto Bradford High the lead character Sir Gallant, played by months with 15 students Involved.Mrs. .
burglaries, thefts and breaking-and- assist the six deputies and 17.18 policemennow Edwin Atwood, Is about to be decapitated.Sir Brunetti was in charge of directing and producIng
enterings here recently. This sort of thingcan trying to patrol the entire county. Gallant saved his neck, and head, by coming up the play and also did all the costumes.
be increase with out with the answer to the "unanswerable question", what Other actors in the play were: assistant director and
to people
expected Waiting until crime becomes a large-scale does every women want most of all. The answer was to "Lord Bumble" the Jackass Billy Tyson: the "Queen"Bee
of work. problem before instituting a program to be boss. Cummings; "Lady Bumble" Reneee Shipman:

Consider the the local prison systemis combat it is like closing the proverbial barn Others pictured are. from left to right, the "old "Lady Stumble" Tyffany Griffis; the Wife of Bath Con
way door after the cows have gotten out. crone", played by Betty Bowman; the prompter nie Davis; the Knight's sweetheart Oscarina Angela
changing the face of the county. RelativesReapportionment Richard: Trainor(offstage): Chuck Williams (behind Atwood Boyette; the guard Richard Warren.
in cloak), who played the "wizard" and a guard: Others helping were sound effects, Greg Thornton;
and the executioner, played by Brian Williams.The lighting Clifford Brunnetti: set work, Chuck: Williams
I Must go to Court play was put on before several selected english Clifford Brunnetti and Wendell Tomlinson.

Speaker of the House Ralph Haben has rules, the Speaker would he rewarded with a Letters to The Editor I

refused to let his political ambitions to run district more favorable to his election to Con-

for Congress make him become a hostage in gress.It .

the reapportionment fight between the "Fed Up" went on to complain and all our customers that all our
is to Haben's great credit that he refusedto h Itl hFed Up"Dear
Florida Senate and the House of Represen- Rrspof ( about all the trucks blocking passage employees (many who were disturbed
the mandates of the Senate dic-
tatives. bow to way through the parking lot. I have to by the letter) do care about
tator. He told the House Reapportionment Editor agree that this is definitely a pro- customers needs, many of my
Haben announced Monday that he would Committee that he did not want his Congres- I'm writing in response to "Fed Up blem. It's a shame the only thing in employees expressed that "yes, we
not run for Congress, thereby thwarting sional ambitions to compromise a stand the in Starke." I think it's evident by the town for teenagers to do is ride make mistakes, but we really try to
comments made that "Fed Up" was around the parking lot. Let me assure do our best!I"
another scheme of that master schemer, House has taken against the Senate redistric- talking about McDonald's, althoughhe you that we have talked to Chief Again, let me say we welcome not
Dempsey Barron, the'Panama city slicker, ting plan, which was drawn up by almost or she never said the name direct- Police Jimmy Bowen and that every only complaints, but suggestions and
whose political wheeling and dealing over singlehandedly by Barron with little or no in- ly. effort will be made by the Police commendations and will use them to

the years has given him a stronghold on the put by other legislators, or the public. First of all, as manager of the Department and McDonald's to make make our store the best possbile.
Thank You.
traffic is not blocked.In
Senate.In restaurant, let me say to "Fed Up"thank sure
closing, let me to "Fed Up" Frank Crews
there be better you for the comments made. .say",- ..... ..... .. ." ...,',.-, ', .. Manager
this case Barron was resorting to Surely must a way to My job as manager is to handle

political blackmail in an effort to force the redistrict the State than by letting the process customers complaints and, at times,. I I ; ..
House to adopt his self-made plan for reapportionment fall into the hands of politicians more in- explain why a situation is handled. a .Uotli, r.,,Tljaiti' ;t'"i "j'iuu) '; 'lItlr n .U s' ',"rr;1" I

also his plan to give himself terested in self-preservation than fair certain way.Regarding.

representation.When having to beg for ket- Dear Editor,
and his buddies a free ride by letting them
I would also like
to to the
To the lady who helped the boy hungon say
chup. First, in order to keep prices as
finish out their four year terms in spite of superivsor and the inmates from LCI
low as possible we have to be sensible the fence. I have been trying to find
changes in district lines. the framers of the Constitution set and practical not only with ketchup, you for helping my son, thankyou for being there for my son.
up the legislative process, they undoubtedly but with all condiments including Michael, that day.I He said you all were great. I called
Resorting to his usual strong-arm tacticsto believed that statesmen would outnumber sugar, cream, mustard, ect. would like to take this opportunity LCI that very afternoon to find out
get his way, Barron threatened reprisals politicians in both houses. Unfortunately to say how grateful I am to you for the your names I did not get them. But
I also ask them to come to the store Michael and I
would like to
i and kindness showedmy say
against the House unless it theSenate's you
adopted such is not the case, and Speaker Haben's ex one day after lunch and I'll go with son. I am so thankful a caring per- thankyou to each of you for helping a
plan of reapportionment. First, he of sacrificing personal abmitionrater them through the lobby and show son like you came along. boy In real need. ,
i' would introduce a bill to cut House membership than yield on matters of principle is them just how much is wasted. But let Michael's: !Mother. .
from 120 to 50; and second, he would the exception rather than the rule. me assure you no reasonable requestis '
i I create a district for Haben that would make denied a customer.

I I it virtually impossible for the Speaker to be Since the legislators have shown their in- "Fed Up" also stated "Could someone \ .,.. ,. .. I
: elected to Congress. But if Haben and the ability to fairly reapportion themselves, it is please tell me why a local 4-H News )."', :
chain millions of
House would ball time for the courts to with the hamburger spends 'r ., ,-'. I" ,
; play! according to Barron's now get on job. dollars and ,
on advertising every year As excitement builds,about the up- 'more interesting: ',- j'' I, I'
will forget the little ticket for their silly coming Bradford County Fair, activity Along with the shows and sales I '
; game." They went on to ask why do increases with 4-H'ers and othersto other classes' in the>+-Division
Girl Scouts Celebrate 70th they every once in a while to forget finish their projects for,judging(' should haVe good participation too. "
year part of an order. Right now, the finishing touches It's always interesting td view the dif ,: '
The answer to both questions is should be put on most of the projects ferent entries in the baked products,, ,..,,1 ,
pretty simple.McDonald's employeesare because fair timewill be here before ,breads, canned ,products clothi 8(1( "j
with "They Called Her Daisy" human beings, not machines. As yqu know it! household arts. horticulture, 'and' .
long as the human element is envolv- Our biggest 4-H participation will Miscellaneous classes. One thing,>tec ,'
ed, mistakes will be made. be in the Steer and Swine shows this' for sure, though when you see all of
3i year. With a total of over 70 entrantsin Ihese,award '
.winning"entries ibl'Ihe
\ Juliette Gordon Low of Savannah who was a At the same time this is not an ex-
Girl Scouts Celebrate 70th Birthday the Swine Show and Sale and! overSO booth, )'ou.can bet that there wu
wealthy, well-bred lady who defied the cuse. If an error is made we do our entrants in the Steer Show,this wilt N"t4H
\ Gateway Girl Scout Council celebrated in 'a lot of hard work (from the 4-H'er" a'
a best to correct it.
of the be one of the biggest turnouts
stereotyped image society dogooderand yet ,dedicated leader'and devoted parents '
very unique way March 12 its own 50th anniversary began the Girl Scout organization in This year, 15 Beef Breeding Show entrants behind it..That'S1Iohattli is all about '':!::1 I

: and the 70th birthday of Girl 1912. Daisy was a bit of a "women's libber" add to this number, making the 4teamworkf; Don't you think (that Hll ;:

!.Scouts of America. ahead of her time, as she encouraged her fair that much larger and that much might"' .. .'be,worth'... ._ .your 3 time? L ., :M.

: The Council commissioned well-known girls to do such "shocking" things as think- '-' .. Cuulr. U '''Uprln"i"9$1 r ;-_

!composer and musician Rosalind MacEnultyof ing for themselves and preparing '

: Jacksonville to write a musical comedy themselves for future employment! County Agents By tric'- Consumer/members-Cooperativ Used of, 7.8 Clay Elec- ,.:
:based on the life of the founder of Girl Scouts, Marion Conner of Jacksonville served as BobbyTaylor m '1 mOre power in 1981 than in' 1980 a -:.

:the first time any Girl Scout Council has done project chairman for this event working with notebook .... gain lo approximately 1.01 billion =
such a thing. "They Called Her Daisy" is on kilowatt-hours (kwh) from 942.8 :::
many talented people to make this a success. million. ',dIn
at the :;
Jacksonville ,
stage Civic Auditorium ''
200 scouts and their families from Bradford ... December 'alone,, according to -::
sMarch 12-21. the of the and the
By Bobby L Taylor light moon crops
County will attend the afternoon perfor- figures reported today by Seminole :;
that bore their fruits below the ground .
f Martha Carswell, award winning musical mance March 21, after a birthday celebra- County Extension Agent on the dark of the moon. Fruit here I use Electric by Clay Company Electric's of Tampa, power -

comedy star, is playing "Daisy." A very enthusiastic tion in Fellowship Hall at the First Methodist "Gardening By the Moon refers to "edible parts." 11.5perent over December members a year was ?:;!

audience gave Ms. Carswell and Church. and Almanac" One of the leading sources of seeds ago, to 80.5 million kwh from 72.1 ;:
She cast County Agricultural Agents often for Florida gardeners million a year earlier.
a standing ovation and several cur- Attending opening night of "Daisy" was a feel on the spot when some gardener (mailorder-catalog), has compiled, Seminole Electric is ::
:Sain calls opening night, reports Carolyn privilege and pleasure. The musical is great wants to know the best phase of the without offering an opinion on the probable and transmission utility a that generating provides -

:Eaves, a member of the Gateway Girl Scout and while it is an adult performance we feel moon to plant a particular crop or degree of success, a list of wholesale power to Clay Electric and
1 3ouncil: Board of Directors. Mrs. Eaves when to harvest and "putup"preserve vegetables to be planted according to 10 other Florida cooperatives that
the scouts will enjoy it. We feel this is are
sure a
) the the moon phase. This categorizationfollows its
served as ( according to Signs of member
a Daisy Darling, meaning she was owners
fitting tribute to the fine organization of
: very the Zodiac. Clearly there is not sufficient :
j>ne the planners of the stage production Girl Scouts, which provides many oppor- scientific evidence one way or First Quarter (light of the moon) ITT Scholarships
Coordinating with the girls. Council had a tunites for girls of all ages. Scouting em- the other on which to base a reply. From second day after the new moon =
Broadway-type: first night at the St. Johns the moral character Years ago, rural folks lived far until the day before the first quarter, Available to ;
JRiver Room at the Civic Auditorium with phasizes community more by their almanacs and the moon plant broccoli, cucumbers, and sweet ..
more than 100 the responsibility and national heritage of each than most people do today. Not only corn. Avoid first day of New Moon, Areu
people attending patrons scout. After 70 years the organization con- was planting gardens and farm crops also the day it changes to second Students s

rty. tinues going and growing. Happy BirthdayGirl regulated by these signs, but many quarter.Second. j Bradford County High School
\ "They Called Her Daisy" is the story of Scouts. other areas of their everyday lives Quarter (light of the moon) seniors are eligible to vie for two one- =
were affected. During the second quarter, until day
.. year scholarships! worth> *7SO offered
before the full moon, plant beans, eggplant by
Even today, after science has muskmelon, peas, pepper UlJP.RayonrFoundation-will) be selected the 3
1 brushed aside many of the old beliefsas pumpkin, squash tomatoes, and basis of scholarship, on 3
leadership and .
y .- baseless superstitions, it would be watermelons. financial need, and made with
flRID, Rkxuvarru cnU difficult to convince' old-timer Third Quarter: (dark of the moon) to race, color, creed regard ,
sex, 3
tf' believers that the moon and signs Plant beets. Jerusalem artichokes, ancestry. Award age or
4 t SINCE 1879 don't somehow work to carrots, radish I recipients are free 3
influence the parsnips potatoes to attend -
growth of their the rutabaga, and any accredited university,
p1t crops, canning and turnips. college or junior college of their -J
N Mtswus g9jj01n preservation of foods the breeding of Fourth Quarter: (dark of the moon) choice and major In
their animals, and the curing of their Plant nothing, but turn soil, pull Applications are available any subject.at the :i.:..
meats. weeds, and do other garden work. high school and
must be submitted
to :;
BOB G. FERGUSON-JOHf4; M. MILLER The new moon and the first quarter Although the phases of the moon the principal no later than April 22. $
increasing toward the full were held to be more important than Since ITT
:, Publishers were 1970 has awarded annual r
were the signs of the Zodiac, the
thought of as the "light of the moon"while scholarships to'
Publisb.d..eb Th.....;,..4_.4..*.... Gas> Matter ffc.r..t OHk.4 S(.Hi..Fl 1.. wn4.f>Ul; "M rch' J.J I7f the full and the last quarter careful observer of the almanac school graduating outstanding seniors living high In j a:
decreasing were known as the "darkof studied it and calculated the nearest counties where fiT Rayonler I
7.b.cdPl..k..Ma.1..i$1P.t Y.-:IS II.M..H the moon." date of the best sign to make the two significant timberlands owns .
OwHM. *ta.4..r*.i tlO P.. Yw:U.M Si.Moot th. The general rule most often (moon phase and the signs)concur as these include the counties of Locally Bradford *,
PM..su-uaS s'.ra.f .!!. adhered to was to plant crops that closely: as ft possible. next discuss this Bak r, Columbia, Gilchrist and !
bore their fruit above the ground on and "Does Work" week. St. Johns.

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I Fifteen Seeking Strawberry Queen TitleFifteen o Miss Shower Carrie HonoreeA Sanders

Bradford beauties will vie Hest. She is being sponsored by Captain The Social SideGladys J bridal I shower was given Wednes- ,
crown of the County D's Seafood Restaurant. day evening, March 10, at the Stump
Strawberry Queen beginning ate p.m. Miss Stacey Leigh Denmark, 17, is home on Bessent road for Miss Carrie
Saturday March 'D, in the Bradford a senior at Bradford High School andIs Sunders whose. marriage to -Marc
High School Auditorium the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Mooty Of [TheSociety Hunt will be an event of March 20, in I
In addition to the four contestants! Denmark. Stacey is sponsored by i the Presbyterian church. ;
tlready announced in the Telegraph, Denmark Furniture. .
eleven more ladies entered by the Miss Daniela Ann Rigby, 17, is a Editor, Hostesses were Mrs. J.W. Griffin,
deadline March 12. junior at Bradford High School and is Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. Lila Rae r.
Miss Donna (Mischell) demons, 17, the daughter of Charles and Brigitte 961-7608 News) 6 Yawn, Mrs. Cynthia Schmidt, Mrs.L .
is a senior at Bradford High School. Rigby. Daniela is being sponosred by 0 p i V I Hardm, Mrs. W.H. Edwards and .
She is the daughter of Bud and Marty Stumps Department Store, Inc. Mrs. lIel bert Herres. g gU..L"
Clemons of Starke. Mischell being Miss Khandice Renee Stroud 16,attends
sponsored by Dr. Leonard Schloff- Bradford High School and is the Khandice Stroud .... '.".".."u.,",'""a ."..0..... .t"...OQOft.AIf.. ,.. 'ft.v r.
man. daughter of William and Brenda Lillian Pearson Joins the bride-elect her mother, Mrs. '
Stroud. Khandlce is being sponsoredby Sadie McDuffle Malcolm Sanders and the mother of *
Miss Norma Jane Canova, Is 17 and Shuford Amaco of Lawtey. Terwillegar Realty the prospective groom, Mrs. Haskel i
is a senior attending Bradford High Miss Sandy Renee Foraker, 17, attends t S Mrs. Lillian Pearson is now N Hess r
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School. She is the daughter of Carolyn Bradford High School and is a associated with Terwillegar Realty of r. .
B. and Paul E. Canova. Norma Jane senior She is the daughter of Mr. and Starke Arrangements of early spring :
is being sponsored ,by Suzuki of Mrs. Paul E. Brooks of Hampton. Mrs Pearson and Mrs Cecelia TerwillcKar flowers highlighted points of interest
+ -1\i i he party rooms. The refreshment
Starke, Sandy is being sponsored by Timber- ron ;
went to real estate school '
Miss Jack, Inc. of Starke. Allyson Annette
Waters, 17, is together and Earned their real estate
with an imported linen cutwork cloth
the daughter of Girls entered
Mr. and Mrs. Harold previously are Kathy licenses
together in
1973. Mrs Pearson .
and 'ivaf. centered with a crystal bowl :
E Waters of Starke. She is a senior at Norman,Paige Roberts,Paula Joiner operated her own real estate
Bradford High School and is being and Lisa Lawson.All business in holding an arrangement of rosebuds L
Lawtey until August 1979
j/alt'as, dogwood: and five burning
contestants will -
sponsored in
by Outdoor Marine. participate a when she moved to Starke and joined
Miss Sadie Lynette McDuffie, 17, is week full of activity starting Wednesday the Ralph Bryan Agency, with which pink candles.
a junior at Bradford High School and March 17, with a Coke party and Daniela Rigby she was associated until recently.
it the daugher of Mamie and Simon haIrstyling demonstration given by Mrs Pearson is active in civic affairs The hostesses presented the
Mitchel/ of Starke. She is being sponsored Robert; Harris at NuWaves of Starke.On N or, ma Jane Canova in Bradford County Some of her rinnonv with the oval serving bowl to
by Mac's Music Shoo. Saturday, March 20, the girls will honors are. hei ,hosen china pattern as a memen-
Miss Barbara Renee Wike, is a visit the Amaro Modeling Agency of ".Past-president of the Business & 1 t""i of( the occasion.
senior attending Bradford High Orange Park for special modeling Professional Women's Club. She Among the 50 guests attending
School. She is 17 and is the daughter of tips demonstrated by owner, Ann i presentlt serves as district treasurer. ,' \those from out-of.town were Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wike of Lawtey. Rusk. Afterwards contestants and .Past vice-president of the Brad- Ihlskellfessthe! prospective groom's
She is being sponsored by Photos by club members will be treated for ford County Democratic Committee.She Lillian Pearson mother and !Mrs. Jack Fried, sister of
Bobbie of Lawtey. dessert. The following Monday night, I has served as state committeewoman th'. brule-elect both of Gainesville.
Miss Janae J. Secrest, 17, is a March 22, a make-up demonstrationwill I
senior at Bradford High School and is be provided by Merle Norman In IW8! she was president of the
the daughter of Cosmetics of Starke. '
Raymond R. Secrestof j tr inamDeroi: commerce.
Starke and Maria Gudzik of Advanced tickets will go on sale this ?.In '78 Mrs. Pearson was BPW rb
Jacksonville. She Is being sponsored Saturday, March 20 at Mitchells Drug WomanoftheYear.In .
by Tender Years Play School. Store;; adults $2 and children under 1979 she was president of the
Miss Tina Marie Best, 18, is a seniorat 12, $1. Tickets at the door the night of Allyson WatersSandy Bradford County Fair Association.
Bradford High School: and is the the pageant will be adults, $2.50 and .J ...In 1981 Mrs Pearson was!' president k
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verl R. children $1.50.t' Barbara Wike of the Bradford-Unon County 1

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the I hoard for directors of the
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\ i 1976-77 and in 1979 became a memberof
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Tina Best Donna demons Stacey Denmark Foraker Janae Secrest H&R Block goes with you at no extra cost.An .

Debra Bevins IRS auii',J +' i r, ir t>> i" 1'1', ,i.,''u "ne' for any taxpayer
I Raymond DeVoe, Jr. But if you re and,led! Block will go with you
EMT Men Demonstrate Intubation AtAuxiliary, MeetingBradford Plan April Wedding at no extra cost Not as d legal representative but to
explain how return
your was prepared We're always
County Hospital EMT for volunteers to assist in the clean up meeting will be the installation of of Mr and Mrs. Gerald Bevins of ready to stand beh.nu yon, yoar.round
members Cliff Chapman and Dan before and after the Fair and helpersto ficers. Starr S.C announce the engagementand
Cuddington presented a program on work in the booth during the Fair. Mrs. Gerri Green, membership approaching marriage of their
intubation at the Hospital Auxiliary Mrs. Johnson also presented a silk chairman, presented the names of daughter, Debra Lorraine, to Ray
dinner-meeting Monday night at Lit floral arrangement donated by SunShine two new members, Miss Joy C. Bell mond Walter DeVoe, Jr., son of !Mr -
tle Italy Restaurant.Mrs. Florist, for a moneymaking and Miss Robbin Stephens, which and Mrs. Raymond DeVoe of Starke. = H&R BLOCK' VISA-
Sandi O'Briant-Johnson introduced project in belling tickets for the arrangement were accepted.Mrs. The bride-elect is a 1980 graduate of _
the and assisted in at 25 ticket 5 for School and clerk THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE I
men explaining a or $1. Drew Reddish, incoming Cresent High a typistin
the procedure of intubation The drawing will be April 5. Mrs. president, reported on the -district the U.S. Army at Fort Hood,Texas. 17 reasons. One smart decision.
on a intubation mannequin that the "Johnson'also explained further arrangements president's council meeting held in St Mr. DeVoe is a 1976 graduate of
Auxiliary'donated to the EMT. for the scholarship fund. Augustine last week. Bradford Vo-Tech and is a mechanic STARKE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Mrs. Johnson, finance chairman, President Doris Overstreet presided also at Fort Hood Texas.
The hospital ,was, donated name #3
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March 15, given by Miss Jennifer fourth birthday-March 13 when her and Mrs. gave a
'Hcias and her mother, Mrs. W.S. Haas parents, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Han- birthday party Sunday afternoon,
at their""home on West Brownlee nah, Jr. gave a party for her at their March 4, for their duaghter, Leigh, on
Road.A home on Marklee Starling Road. her first birthday at their home on fr miversarv
game was played and the prize Rosie the Clown theme was carried Crystal Lake.
won by Mrs. Don Alvarez. out in the tables decorations with a The refreshment table was covered
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floral arrangement in shades of 'The children played games and cake. Home made ice cream was also
peach. It i iCorsages i -. were awarded prizes and they had a served. Gelebrail fi
I were 1 presented. to the horse back ride Among the 30 guests attending were
honoree,Jwr mother, Mrs, Marlie'' to,I I'.'(The 40 guests'attending from Starke Leigh's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sanderson'..and' Mrs' ,Norman's and Jacksonville included 25 children. Curtis Edwards and Mr. and Mrs.
mother-Mrsi Beulah Normanu i +Assisting were'' an aunt, Valerie Jerome Johns, and great grandparents
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I I ;; f, Wedding Couple Cecelia Renamed Terwillegar to Suwannee Starke Woman's Club Has Arts and Crafts ProgramMrs.

J '.. l 3 Honored at Three Board still life painting; Mrs. A.J. Barry Starke.,
Authority Ginny Stein interior
Whlffen assisted b
? Mrs. Wayne
t" Parties Recently
won first place on a cotton
decorator from San Marco, Jacksonville committee
Cecelia Terwillegar, local members of her par
a realto needle )
: blouse and first place on a
y ., I. Miss Teena Norman and Carlton received letters this week from Go,,, was guest speaker at thee Mrs. Ida Shaw received ticipated in the Special Olympics ac
, '. Faulk, whose marriage will be an Bob Graham and Secretary of Stat luncheon-meeting of the Starkes point vest; crocheted afghan tivities at the Bradford High Schooon
of have been honored at } Woman's Club March first place on a
I event April, George Firestone reappointing her a on Wednesay, Mrs. Betty Young got honorable men- Wednesday, March 10.
i several parties in the past week. a member of the governing board of i 10. Mrs. The annual May Breakfast will beheld
'. On Saturday, March 6, Miss Norman the Suwannee River Arrangements of bridal wreath and tion on a macrame pocketbook; 15.
Authority. mentionon on May
.... 1 and Mr. Faulk were given a Mrs. Terwillegar Bradford I. pink and white azaleas were used to Lester Ruud got honorable
represents Mrs.
."' \ ; shower and cookout at the home,of County and was first appoint j decorate the dining tables and stage. a needlepoint bell pull received;
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Garlington in Mid- Oct. 23, 1979. She has been reappointed The speaker's table and piano held ar- James honorable mention on a crochetedrug.
dleburg. to a term which runs unti 1 rangements of pink azaleas. .
r i. '. The 10 couples attending included Oct 20, 1984. Mrs. J.D. Warren, president, Beautification Commit .
Mr. Faulk's former coaching the Mrs. R.A. The Starke ;
The 11 counties represented th e presided over <<\ meeting.
on trees '
k : associates and wives from Starke and Suwannee River .. Green, Sr. gave the devotional in tee reported that fifty' dogwood
: new coaching associates and wives of Authority are which she read Robert Brownings were planted along Walnut Street by BIRTHSDaniel
Baker, Bradford, Columbia, Dixie
.. ;. Middleburg where he is now Sherrl Vanzant Gilchrist, Hamilton,Lafayette, Levy' poem "God Thou Art Love." A the City of Starke and. supervised by
the CIP Committee.The
associated. Albert Batten Jr. delicious luncheon served
was by
It Madison, Suwannee, and Union. the
\ : The hosts presented the couple with Mrs. Terwillegar is currently serving Mrs. A.J Barry and her committee. Womans Club along azalea with sale .'
Gainesville Sun on
a straw clothes hamper as a memento Mrs. Barry introduced Mrs. Stein a I
I 1. on the Starke Planning & Zonin g the club house
Saturday, March 13 at
of the occasion. who an interesting, informative
Board, which she has been gave
V on a starting at 8 a.m. with the cost of $1 Mark TrlmpeyMr.
member since 1978. She the firs t I t talk on Interior decorating and stress
was each The club also had annual and Mrs. Mark
'l Tuesday night, March 9, Miss Nor president of the Bradford-Unio I ed good Construction and flexibility in I plant. Trimpey o.
for sale. Plans are being made the birth of
I? man was honored at a bridal shower furniture. plants Tampa announce a son
\, given by the women of the Northside serving Board of on Realtors the board and of is Bradford present!y. New members voted into the club for a clean-up week for the City of Daniel Mark, born March, 16 in St

? (, Baptist Church with church members .l Union Vocational-Technical Center were Bertha Lang,Judy Moore, Nicki Joseph's Hospital, Tampa. r
attending. Mrs. Terwillegar has been th e Schuerger and Ruth Merlie. Maternal grandparents are Mr.am
Refreshments and games with Arts and crafts were exhibited at Mrs. W.S. Haas of Starke. Paternai
owner of Terwillegar Realty, 205 N Olie Jr. .
prizes were enjoyed by the 20 guests Temple Ave, Starke, for the pas j l the meeting. At the district four Arts grandmother is Mrs. Wilbur Henry oi
if during the party hours 7 aid 9 pm. seven years and Crafts show in Jacksonville the Rachelle Quinlan Markleton, Ohio. ;

k Among the guests was the I following members received recognition Wed., Feb. 12 -
: ., honoree's mother, Mrs. L.M. Noirnan : Mrs. Thelma Jennings, first Joshua Kyle Forman ,

." and Mr. Faulk's grandmother, Mn Teresa Harley place on portrait and second place on Olie Sheppard, Jr., son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Desso Forman of ,
Maxie Carter, Sr. Michael Vanzant St. Marks Women
., Mrs. Olie Sheppard of Hampton and Starke announce the birth of a son
Have Lenton ProgramThe Rachelle Quinlan daughter of Mr. Joshua Kyle, born March 12 in
r h Miss Norman was complimented at Double Wedding
and David' of Fort Generalilospital.
a bridal shower March 2 given by Women of St. Mark's had a program Mrs. Quinlan
March married Feb. 12 Maternal grandparents are Mr.and
26 at Worth, Texas, were
s Miss Teresa Hobbs and Mrs. Johnny on Lent at their regular mon-
The Mrs. V.J. Spengler of Starke. Paternal
of his
at the home parents. -
r : R. Hobbs at the home of the latter. Highland Baptist thly meeting in the Parish House Mr. and
candlelight was performedby grandparents are Mrs.
Several were played and March 9 with Mrs. Herbert
games Tuesday, v
of Grahame Forman of Crestview.
i t prizes awarded. Highland Baptist Church in Lawteywill Thomas president conducting. Mrs. Rev. Buddy Freidlan Keystone
be the for double wed-
a Heights.
: The refreshment table was covered Flossie Prescott presented the worship
ding on Friday, March 26, at 7 p.m. Sammy Sheppard served his
with a lace cloth and centered with a and service
program prayer Ewell Craft
i Mr. and Mrs Carl Vanzant of brother as best man. Darren
t wedding bell arrangement. Potted which included special prayers for in her Mr. and Mrs. Ewell F. Craft of
Lawtey announce the approaching The bride, given marriage by
also used in the
plants were party Mrs. Ella Cottle.
marriage of their daughter, Sherri, to brother, Larry Quinlan, of Jacksonville Gainesville announce the birth of a
rooms. Mrs. L.M. Albert Batten, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs, Thomas extended an invitation wore a long gown of baby blue son, Darren Ewell, born March 5 in
Among the guests were to all to attend the Woman Spirit
Alachua General Hospital. Grand-
with lace.
Mrs. A decorated
L. Batten, Sr. of Starke. polyester knit
Norman, Jr., mother of the honoree, be
Conference to held at Holy
Mrs. Norman, Sr. grandmother, and Andrew H. Harley of Lawtey and Raising Church, The gown had a V-neck, cap sleeves, parents are Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
Joann of Trinity Episcopal waist secured with Craft of Starke and Ernestine
] Ms. Harley Starke announcethe and gathered a
Mrs. Maxie CarterSr
| grandmotherof Gainesville, March 26 28.
Elsenacher of Keystone Heights.
the approaching marriage of their bow. She carried a bouquet of crysan-
prospective groom. Mrs. James W Blackshear had
The bride-elect and other honored daughter Teresa Ann Harler' to themums and greenery.
of the on
guests were presented corsages upon Michael Dean Vanzant, Mr. charge" study program The reception followed the Did You Know...........
and Mrs Carl Vanzant of LawteyAll at the Sheppard home. The
their arrival. Miis Norman was givena Social followed with
covered with Jerry Bolden Jr. of San Jose, Cal.
friends and relatives are invitedto refreshment table was a
place setting to her chosen china as attend. refreshments being served by Mrs! white and blue lace cloth. A bouquetof is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
a memento of the casion. Paul Bennett. crysanthemums centered the table, Jerry BOlden, Sr. in Melrose and Mr.
which held the wedding cake and Mrs.X.M.Smith in Starke for two

Mrs Desso Forman Mrs. James Barron Senior Citizen decorated with roses at one end and weeks.
the punch bowl at the opposite end.
: Shower HonoreeMrs. Celebrates Birthday Luncheon March 25 Blue candles burned from silver candle Mrs. Ann Godwin, Jay and Jana of

Desso Forman was honored at Mrs. James Barron celebrated her United Methodist seniors will havea holders. Silver compotes held can-' Gainesville visited Mrs., Mack
a stork shower Tuesday night March birthday Friday night, March 12, at covered dish luncheon Thursday, dies, nuts and tidbits. Williams on Sunday.
2, given by Mrs. Hazel Hall, Mrs. family dinner party given by her March 25, at 12 noon in the Methodist The groom is employed at Herculesin Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby
M.A. Payne and Mrs. Jim Duncan at daughter, Mrs. Janet'Turner at her Hall. Starke, and the bride is employedat
Fellowship celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary
the home of the latter in Conerly home in Country Club Estates. All senior citizens in the communityare the Keystone Uniform Company. on March 8.
Estates. Helping to celebrate the occasionwere invited to attend and bring a The young couple are .at home in
The gift table carried out the stork Lyle Anderson of Orange Park, covered dish. Mr. and Mrs. Olie Sheppard Jr. Keystone Heights. See Page IDA
It motif and the refreshment table, Brant Turner and Karen Burchette of
covered with a lace cloth, was and Claire
& Gainesville and Kay
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Did You Know.
r i, centered with an arrangement of silk Turner and Bob Johnson of Jacksonville -
., bronze flowers. Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves III attended IN
i.,: Games were played during theE opening night of the musical"They ONE
evening and prizes awarded to the Mrs. Karen Smith Called Her Daisy" Friday at the Civic
f winners. Auditorium in Jacksonville. They also
Among the 25 guests were the Rev. ,Warren Langer attended the buffet in River Room
; 'f. honoree's mother, Mrs. V.J. Spengler proceeding the show. "
: ,! and sister, Mrs. Judy Dukes."b' To Wed April 23 MINUTE.
Announcement has been made of Mr. and Mrs. !\t.e.. McInnis,Jr. and t ..
} Mrs. Forman was also honored at a the approaching marriage of Mrs daughter Maurie Dee of Knoxville. in ;
.stork shower on Feb..17 given by Mrs. Karen Smith of Cleveland, Ohio to Tenn. spent Tuesday and Wednesday!! !
r:,: Linda McRae and Mrs. Wanda Smithat Rev.:Warren Langer of Starke. with their parents,'Mr. and Mrs. J.C.f; YOO C1trrsM
the home of the latter in Conerly The wedding will take place Friday, Hobbs. '
Estates. April 23, at 7:30: pm. in the First
I. Twenty-five guests enjoyed the oc United Methodist Church. Mrs. W.H. Thomson spent the
casion. All friends are invited to attend. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fred

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, Page lOA TELEGRAPII March 18, 198

I --- Elks Club News Marine Pfc. Hart
\ Lawtey News Julius Eunice an4r'VVfJlfaru,, ( Public Notice Promoted at Lejeune "1

IniUated into Elkdoin Bradford County Association for Marine Pfc. Gary C. Hart, son of -
I is doing real good. County Hospital on Sunday afternoon. Roseweld were of the Starke Retarded Citizens will apply for a Leola Hart of Brooker has been pro
By Elizabeth Terry Mr. James Ellison, of Jacksonville, Jeffery McClellan, of Starke, spent at the February Federal Grant 16 (b)2 for assistancein moted to his present rank while serving
.!f ; Phone: 782-3300 spent Saturday afternoon with Petty Tuesday with his grandparents Mr. Elks Lodge 1802. purchasing two 15 passenger vans with the 3rd Battalion, 10th I
.' PERSONALS: Officer 1st Class and Mrs. Joe Harris and Mrs. L.M. McClellan. Exalted Ruler V.A. Nichols Installed for the transportation of 42 mentally Marines, Camp Lejeune, N.C.A .
Friends of Mrs. Doris Barbour are and family. Randall Reddish, was a Saturday the Elkette officers for the 1982-83 retarded adults to the Sunshine Acres 1981 of Buchholz High
'I happy to learn that she was able to Mrs Nellie Mullane from supper guest of his grandparents Mr. at the March 15 meeting. The work activity center for 280 program School, Gainesville, he joined the
come home from Orange Park Com- Charlestown, New Hampshire, Is and:Mrs. L.M. McClellan. ,new year officers are: Elsie Wahl, ming days. Should any public or Marine Corps in July 1981.
munity Hospital on Saturday.Miss spending several days with her Friends of Mrs. Donald WilkisonSr. president private transportation provider be affected -
Elizabeth Terry visited her nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs. Bennie ., regret to learn that she Is a patient ; Doris Ottinger, vice-president; by the above proposal please I
: and Lorroine Wilkison Jr. in St. Vincents Hospital, Evelyn Strunk, secretary; Margaret Bob Director
sister Mrs. C.E. Strickland of contact Larimer, at
Brown treasurer Elda Mae
.1 Mr. and Mrs. Burchfield Miller and Jacksonville. Our prayers are with ; Spear, 964-7699..
Gainesville until
Monday Wednesday. -
daughter Marylyn and Mrs. Gladys historian; Rose McConnell and Ada
Mr. and Mrs. Don and s
Boyette Sanford her.Mrs. Domlniannl. Board of Directors.The .
':J family, of McClenny. were Sunday Pringle, of were Wednesday Lois Carter was a Sunday dinner
dinner guests of their brother and dinner guests of her brotherinlawand guest of her granddaughter and INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED |
i sister Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Me- husband, Mr. and Mrs.Perry Nlcula. Elkettes are
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. planning at St.
Boyette Jr., and family. Clellan. While here they visited her Patrick's Day Party for Sat., March Short Form $7.50 Long Form $15.00 + up g
mother, Mrs. R.H. Futch, and sister Classified Ads 20 at the Lodge on N.
We are happy to learn the Mr.Dave Temple Ave at Accountant
I Tanner was able to come home Friday Mrs. Ola Starling. Get Results 8:30: p.m. Members are requested to Frank Young -
from Park Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited bring snacks. Starke
Orange Community
Hwy. 301
in Bradford 964-5139 N.f
& Hospital.l their cousin Carr Colley, :'!:
I :tI angle uevore, of Raiford spent the 3'R3'in
,. weekend with her great-grandmother
Mrs. Pauline DeVore.
Henry Hodges, Mark, Sarah, and
;! Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Smith attended AMERICAS FAMILY DUG STORE

,. I City Columbia on Saturday County night.Raceway at Lake You're going to likeour

t Miss Pam Moore, of Gainesville,
spent the weekend with her grandmother -
f ..... Mrs. Fred Moore, and attended Pharmacy.
services with her on Sunday. .
Deric Harvey, of Jacksonville, ) .
spent the weekend with his grandparents L : Eckerd Pharme tils, re ighlytraInedpioteaewnalawhoaregofngto .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling __ make sure you are completely satisfied They lake continuing education
: and family. courses to maintain an up-to-dttie knowledge of development In drugs C
They always try to save you money"by offering Senior Citizen discount
Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling attended
and generic drugs whenever possible They will also save you time by
t Mr. E.F. in checking sic cks to keep the drugs you need on hand)
11. JacksonvWeonSaturday. /////////////////////////constantly
: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling and / /
I i children attended revival services at
i : Beaver Street Baptist Temple,
i i. Jacksonville on Tuesday and Friday.
;2 Karen Hardee went with them on Friday --

_1 night. She spent the weekend too. ;
: :rf Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Rowe, and Mrs. N
:1j r Elsie Scruggs, of Chiefland were I A
3j Tuesday dinner guests of their p4
4j brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
I 1 :;; Mrs. J.D. Kelly and mother, Mrs.
"I Susie Williams. WUF1ERl
-3 Mrs. and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright -- (bur
:3 and children Van and Kim spent the /etasde
1 1
v 1 weekend with their mother, Mrs. NAaFAsT4siASr ,10 CeroN _
S Wilma Wainwright. .. CiSC
-: Carla Sherring, of Jacksonville, I k ,
1j daughter of Bill and Sherry Sherring r 1 _t
-5 spent a long weekend with her great- l II ,= tlerrrgrr/
is granddaughter Mrs. B.L. Wilkison. '- 'L "' ':

1 Bennett L. Wilkison IV at four l, .. .
j weeks old after having heart surgery I BUFFERIN V05 FLAVOR ROASTPEANUTS WISK FANTASTIK


l OTTLEOF100 209 Sal* Sge C:: 16-OUNCE 1 O 9 38-OUNCE 169 32-OUNCE "4 79 32-OUNCE 99e::.

(from page 6A) Sato Priced ...... Priced ......... Regular 2.49 ..... Regular .." ..... Sale Priced ...... H Regular, ,... ...

grandson Mr. and Richard Mrs. A.S.visited Harrison Mr. and and ;;; body aches. Regular or Henna ; =;;sugar or oil table No Cholesterol oil Limit Finest 1 vege detergent Concentrated Limit;laundry Limit General 2 purpose cleaner

Sunday.Mr.Mrs. Robert. W. Harrison in Ocala on Irl 1a

and Mrs. Wayne Hollingsworthhad _2iJ.. I MEN'S MARCH TAX TIME SPECIALS!' .:

a family birthday party Thursday amll CALIFORNIA '
March 4 for their son, Chris on I M9a. I CASUALS fJl P! ASSORTED SIZES
his first birthday.Mr. .1! ADORN CALCULATORSCRATCH PADS
HAIRSPRAY. Reg.1U' 199Comfort : It2 :* Reg.

I I a..ssn..... .1.e1 5999 .89-..' .- 2/100 .-
and Mrs. Gerald Moran ROLAIDS ANTACID 9-ouNce cushioned / Adapter not Included Uses : Your:""hdic. of.as-' .;
'''' soles' 1 nw btld1f'f9 fiBellPnbpalfeN"" : : v' 's! a .
celebrated their :roth wedding anniversary ale, 3/694: 489 sortedsizes
Sunday with dinner for Priced .... 'rSOI.ftUbber -
several friends at their home on 11 Relieves upset stomach. Regular or Extra- SIZE I "
Kingsley Lake. Limit 1SOFT hold. Limit 1 LAP TRAY
Reg 29* ''' [
Mr. and Mrs. JH. Ritch, Jr. of Sale; 1 199 CARDS sizes.'I.
Mrs.Gainesville H.C. were Ritch Monday and Mrs.visitors H.M.of SOLID& DRY ENJOLI I I colors Metal.Priced Assorted 4 patterns ( I :R.O.:'. ". 2/88e L ee is:..,......o / f. .J

Richarde. ANTIPERSPIRANT SPRAY 3" x S' cards Plain Choice of'.3
4 iJ COLOGNE _ or ruled, _
Betty Haas was excited to hear she 2-OUNCB h-OL Reg. LOG
was presented with a grandson on her I 29' 99 -r. .'
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(See birth announcements 1| 3 MOTH : h .
birthday, Wednesday.for details.) d G1.. !illl,I 11 t' I CRYSTALS f FILE ,. METAL FILE __
Cholceof2 .
_-.i< For the 24-hour ,..oz. FOLDERS .I BOXES .
types. Limit 1 Limit 1
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Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Underhill of In- I Aeg.1." .....139 ra AIS I R'g t9ge Tit' ,I I...1"r.. YOUR A.g.5.48 ..., _
and Mrs. Wil Med- .. ... : .. .. 449 .
dialantic and Mr. IIJ I Helpsprotect stored es '? ":a;: ;, CHOICE ... .
nieta of St. Simons Island were clothing from moths. I Pack of 9 folders. r lr Store records. With :,:.
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. metal lock.ERASERMATE
Moncrief. t :

I SIC VINYL I CASIO ...-ntfiqa
ITTi I '.IMAfl
.: Mrs. Louise Boree has moved from TOOTHBRUSH SHAVER II HANGERS CALCULATOR ,PENS, A k la1 D.A
Starke to 1321 N. Loups St., Jackson YOUR CHOICI PACK on: NO.H' ,, ;
O99Rg 'l's
ville. IJIJII 88* 2 /1 00 .,: 1 peg 11 ..T' :; 69 d lli 10 .O Coos:::: 9.' ,',. 59* '*' .(.I Cfll'... ,'?9
FOR II II Floating decimal :::: The "ih'at :"
pen erases! :
Vinyl-coated for drip .... ""N
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cafforio and Choice of 4 For ladles Single ., dry fabrics. AC/DC operation Its own!" Ink. ..:.t"
Mrs. Bertha Valinski of Worchester types. Limit 2 blade. Limit 2 C'
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of "
Mass and John and Joe Valinski
FSU were last week guests of Mr. and I I STAR BRITE POLY -1
Mrs. J.H. Valinskl. CASIO 90-MINUTE H OWOJ

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hollon of o I 8JECTOR LC-715 CALCULATOR/>99 TAPE CASSETTE
I I 1<-OZ. # :
Augusta, 111. were March 4-11 guestsof AZIZA 499 R 13 g. 1 c=am *a"AD:
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Anderson.Mrs. << \ X I TRIAL SIZEMASCARA .... a 91 ..... Performs; sq rt, % .:-.a Priced- 99
Clear I
I I protestant' for
IQ Low-noise
R.gular.15 vinyl., rubber' & more. &Includes 3 memory batteries keys : recording needs for most .
Arlin McKnight returned Fri -
: day after three weeks in Columbia, CAPSULES or TABLETS 89" -. / /
S.C. due to the death of her brother, VOUd 179 With sealer. 2 J /
S.E. .. '
Langston. IIJ CHOICE types 2 colors' I .
24 tablets or 16 capsules. Limit 1 30" x 72" FABRICMATTRESS KEYSTONEPOCKET _
: Among those participating in the Limit 1 2
River Run in Jacksonville Saturday CAMERA
: morning were Mrs..Beverly McGee, :53L14ti1199; ,
.... I I p3o21A99 .
; Mrs. Terry Jordan, Brian David II <.: .D) Priced Sturdy & PVC ..... dB ,.. ..".
Jodi, Jennifer and Jason Brown, COPPERTONE OIL ;:': II with built-in canvas pillow. Auto flash, electronic ;f GALAXY ,.. ,;
j Richard Warren, George Crews STRESS or sensitron control. CEILING '
J Gene Powell, Allen Gonzalez, Henry I LOTION4OUNCI I FAN .-. .'

: ;: Cooper and Brian Davis. I Regular COMPLEX.... YOUR CHOICE .... S1IM1I7/ t'

Mr.and Mrs.Emmett Perryman of 669 ._--_=_.w__.-__. 049 targMaa- / :..: _._ a 4aM... 99 .: .
Crystal River were Tuesday luncheon mil
Bottle of 80. :'::;::' Promotes DIAWA 404COMBO GRAN PRIX q White ceiling I fan
guests of Mrs. H.M. Richarde. IJII -
Quiet' motor.
deep dark tan. AM/FM RADIO "LMMKNNNtncMCN"" .
Limit 1
Bobby Epps, son of Mr. and Mrs. Me. PFMtl201 /
Harold Epps has been called by First Priced s.. ....'.12" Reg (M ... ,.799 II 9-INCH GALAXY FAN PERSONAL :::\.
Baptist Church in Raiford as part- II Light to medium Rotary tuning & ,
time minister of music and assistant fresh water combo.eca. volume controls IS15'1099
director of youth. Effective March 3. CRYSTAL 1491 ... I aC
America's Gone Public is I the theme I WATER DOUCHE __ TDK off switch.
for this years public broadcasting 1-OALLON S-OUNCI F ZEBCO 840 VHS FORMAT '
system's fund raising effort and 59 ( S.e"J 69 COMBO VIDEO TAPE *- GALAXY WIND "
assisting with that effort were two iiii MACHINEs.26" ;
Starke residents Ella Cooney and I Plestlcbottle, Choice' of .. 2398Freshsalt .a1'.. 99 -i' .
Frances Vest. Frances and Ella are Limit 1 grances: J2? ': I r = ;J I f

,, with H & R Block and Joined Block's rod, ceramic water.guides 2-pc from 2-6 tapesplay hours. _--_ -_ Provides concentrated I
Gainesville offices in volunteering to ( air control.'QPACMANY .
answer the telephones for WUFT-TV
Saturday night. March S, from p.m.
to midnight. OVer $4000 In pledgesrwere .?
received during those hours.' __ -MflN XBPflCMflNCOMING You're Going to Like Eckerd's Famous Photo Offer!
Public broadcasting stations do not II _
J advertise so this means that their fun / Twice"'.PiloH...Get an exira' set ol prints
ding comes from the federal government SOON will, every roll ol color or black and white
\ and corporate or public dona ( print ,Mm, developed' and primed TOOAY
I tions. With the federal cutbacks the TO 4 AND EVERYDAY. 'F
: .
public fund-raising drives accoun't for r Twtce. tti '"m.? Gel two roll of print film,'
i .1 'for me price of on. Kodacolor or black and
I a greater portion of the budget than wliile' when you have your him processed,
ever before. Frances Vest Is the A'ARr, ECKERD EcHerd TODAY AND EVERYDAY ,
the H&R Block office Twice Hie Guarantee...
ksand in Buy only'the' print* r
Sts Keystone Heights and Ella 'C3PAC-MAN : .you want No natsie-even' "il the, goof wet. 'inthe
Cooney works In both the Starke of 'C3PAC-MAN'C3PAC-MAN picture 'taking
fice and the H&R Block office In
Keystone Heights.

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March 18,1982 TELEGRAPH Page I IA 1'By 1\\

I Martin l. Brown M.D. Hampton Hilites Girl ;:::

For Girl Scout Thinking Day, the
j Senior CitizensOn Hampton Junior Troop 55 invited the f
Board Certified In Internal Medicine Dolores Meng Friday at 2p.m. the Hampton Brownie Troop 161 to an International
Phone: 468-1915 Senior Citizens will hold their meeting Tasting Party at Hampton Elementary I I

1 PRACTICE INCLUDES Woman's Club in the City Hall. Anyone over 50 is invited School. t,
The Hampton Woman's Club will to attend for an afternoon of Brownie and Junior (girls dressed in {
i Medicine Diagnosis & Treatment of Medical Diseases hold their meeting on Thursday good fun. costumes from foreign countries, "
Cardio-Pulmonary Disease March 18, in the City Hall at 8 All 4-11 Club learned about Girl Scout laws in different I
1 Diseases of the Heart and p.m.
Lungs countries, played and
women of the area are invited to at Donna Mowry reports that the games I
Gastroenterology Diseases of the Stomach and Intestines Diabetes tend. Marc Green Leaf 4-H Club met on sang songs from foreign countries.
' General Succeiiful Benefit 9 at the home of Mary Jean Refreshments consisted of foods from
; Practice Participating physician in Blue CrossBlue, Shield The Spaghetti Dinner held in the CIty Newman. Paul Bawek gave the foreign lands. Everyone learned a lot
Hall Saturday evening by the American Pledge and Tammy and enjoyed this project very much.
. Office Located in Union General Hospital Woman's Club was very successful. Peeples gave the 4-H Pledge. Items of The Junior Scouts are still selling
: : Besides expenses the amount of $100 discussion included Project Meetings. those delicious Girl Scout Cookies.
496.2323 was raised to help young Irie John Record Books Community Projectsand Supplies are limited, but a few boxes
Hamilton, Jr. in his fight against the upcoming Bradford County are still available. The troop plans to
Hours cancer. The members of this Club Fair. The 4-H Newsletter was also go camping at a later date, using
: By Appointment wish to thank all who supported this read. Mrs. Linda Smith was a guest at some of the money they have earned
,benefit in any way. this meeting. from the cookie sale.

Happy Anniversary
Congratulations to Lyn and Lillian
Hall who celebrated their 57th wed-
ding anniversary on March 14.
AMERICAS FAMILY DftUG STORE Celebrations for this event began on

Thursday evening at a party given in
OVER 6O? SAVE 1O% their honor at Morrison s Cafeteria in
Gainesville by Peggie Crawford, Carl
If you are over 60 or on Social Security,you can join Eckerd's Senior Oliver and Margaret Crawford.
Citizens Club and save 10% on vitamins,convalescent aids, elastic Among others attending were Pat
aids and many other Items In Eckerd's Pharmacy Department. i'I Crawford, Becky Crawford, Darrell
That's 10% off Eckerd's already low prices. and Beverly Smith and infant son, Bill
detail and j Russell, Mrs. Oliver and daughter
Sharon from Gainesville.The .

at party was completed with a
; ;= decorated anniversary cake. ,
On Saturday Lyn and Lillian were
honored at a dinner given by Fred and
ff4W Thelma Grimes of Waldo at the
I Western Steer Steak House in Starke.
I Sunday they were presented with a
lovely floral arrangement by their

Atee. Time-Zero I friends Church. at the Hampton Christian

Supercolor Monday evening Raleigh and Sue
Si" lua D. I Brannen took them out to dinner for
another celebration.
;1 f01.r. rAnr anniversary
111111. II) I II Hampton Lake Birthday Party
Illt i! "
I"" e 1MMwr.M Tina Marie Meng daughter of
eo I David and Cheryl Meng, celebratedher
"". sa IlElm! 5th birthday on Sunday, March 14,
fiI D I at a party given at the home of
,. -- l Lawrence and Teresa Meng.
....'::; I ; I I Visitors
i I 11 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meng of
8 Toledo, Ohio, were Sunday dinner and
a overnight guests of Mr and Mrs. Paul
VIP PRO 1200 WATT Meng. They had spent one week in
RAID EVEREADY "AA' POLAROID II Sarasota and Madeira Beach and
LIGHT BULBS BUG SPRAY R-gul r11" FILM Clifford McKinney of Tallahassee is
2 speeds & 3 heats. making his home with the Francis

YOUR CHOICE 1 79 U-OUNCE *T| 99 SALE PRICELESS I ..............J Q99> 8-OUNCE. 9ge Rg. 3.79 c,72.29 10 EXPOSURES (F5 9 9 I Meng family.
Sal. Priced .., ., Regular 2.99 ..... H MFR'S .,.,.,'Zoe r).flul.r 1.B9 ,.. Sal Prlc*.d .. ... The Hampton following Elementary students from 5th, 6th
Choose 60,.75 or 100 watt Hel ants & roaches '99 Dries fast, clear & strong No Used for toys, radios & calcu that / and 7th grades participated in the

Inside frost bulbs. Limit 1 for( weeks. Limit 2 jj;;..... f toxic fumes lators. =}jj Limit 2lob. spelling March 12.Shannon bee. Ford held incorrectly at the school spelled on

bait as bate in the second round. Quin-
.; Va" x 50-FT. / ton Ford spelled him as hem in the
2-PLY I. "
I third round. Tina Branham was
6-GALLON defeated in the fourth round spelling
JOBE'S ;. HOSE HOSE ENDSPRAYER RIGARDEN .. shed as ched. Andy Frey misspelled
PLANT, SPIKES 1- ,No. SOI Reg. 4.49 length as Jenth in the fourth round. In
?.-?- .'2/1 00 299' .... R:'.T9 -.'149 Aa """ E .,... .. I ..wthe, Cifth..1olJld"d.imml"Long.went.. "
.. ... \ Prlc 4 ,. I. down by spelling leather as let her. In
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Premeasured; fertilizer 11 Durable' & flexible' ? .0 VT Finger: tip' control', ......- round seven Sean Smith incorrectly
spikes. U. hose with brass lit- with shut off. spelled grammar as grammer;
tln s. Ruthie Underwood missed by spelling
janitor as jainitor; and Marie Long
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misspelled tractor as trachtor.
BLACK & DECKER GARDENX 20QALLONHOSE Robert Moorehead went down in
CORD 1 ENDSPRAYER I round eight by incorrectly spelling
r'' HOSE ... allow as allew. In round 10 Mindy
WINDER ; No. isto n.g. 1799 y3S I. Hersey went down with bound spelledas
77,99.1999 I 1399 yq SIX2"199: ; I I bond. Sid Russell misspelled
e.0. ..... Priced \ hygiene as hygene in round 20. In
2, 120V outlets Has f Belted radial hose. Sprays up; to 8-ft. I round 23 Kim Smith misspelled tax as
circuit breaker. Tirecord reinforced. mist. i taxes, Andy Redding spelled correctly -
4 until round 24, when he misspelled
chorus as chors.Cassandra .
I : 0 ) I Fisher, a 6th grader,
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BHS Girls 1-Run Wins Come Easy nu j i ',' i Ira

m It's an often-used cliche but after straight close wins. 'seventh. Hamm and Queenie'' Berry
jig two weeks the Lady Tornado Softball The Middleburg game was as closeas drew walks to start the comeback and
team qualifies to wear the name of it could be Tuesday, coming downto Vonda Kay Hall slapped a double to
"Cardiac Kids". a bang-bang play at first base with score Hamm After Brown walked to
The BHS girls have played nothing 2 outs in the bottom of the last. After load the bases winning pitcher Pam
but one-run games so far, but happily BHS came up with 2 runs to tie the Sams delivered the single that scored
four of the five games have gone count at 6-6 sophomore Kathy Diggs Berry with the winning tally. c
Bradford's way, with the last three chop a grounder and just did beat Hall was 3-for-5 in the ballgame .,rry yy, R
games being won in the seventh Inn- to first in a virtual tie to while Sams and Brown both had 2 hits
I ing.The Lady Tornadoes take that 4-1 allow Lorraine Bass to score from as BUS pounded 13 base raps as a dt4'
mark into Westside Field home third with the gamewinner.BHS team to overcome 12 errors.
games with Live Oak Wed., March 17 had tied the game as Pam Hits, and runs, were much harderto
:... ((3:30), and Gainesville High Monday, Sams singled, Kay Allen drew a walk, come( by in the Live Oak game.
March 22 ((4:00): ). and Theresa Felton reached on an error Nobody scored until the top of the
"Just too many one-run to load the bases. Bass then strok- seventh when Diggs came across for
ballgames," Bradford Coach Gayle ed a single to score 2 runs and tie the BHS and the Lady Tornadoes got Live
." Lee muttered as she explained how game up. Felton was thrown out at Oak out in the last to( preserve the
her new scorebook is already worn third on the throw-in but Bass took se- District 5-AAA win.
and tattered. And that was before her cond. A groundout by Val Hamm After going 6 innings with just 4 hits
girls rallied for three runs in the bot- moved Bass to third with 2 down, set- Diggs, Kay Allen, and Brown stroked + '
tom of the seventh to beat Middleburg ting up the heroics by Diggs. consecutive singles to load the basesin
76. Coupled with a 1-0 win over Live Mashell Brown was 2-for-3'with 3 the seventh. Sheila Edmond then 2 M ww + lrwrMrr..r ]tti
Oak last Thursday, a 15-14 slugfest RBIs to lead BHS in the game while got Diggs home with an infield
victory over Santa Fe last Wednes-- Diggs was 2-for-4. grounder
day, and a 4-3 win over Eastside in the The Santa Fe game was even wilder Diggs and Brown were both 2-3 and
: season's second game.the latest one- and woolier. It went back and forthwith Allen 1.1 for BHS.
run victory qualifies Bradford as a Santa Fe holding leads of 5-0,8-6, .., M. ? IM'ddl. A Collision
000 'JO I t t Costly BUS... .
clutch ballclub. Only in the 4-3 open- and 14-10, and the Lady Tornadoes ',adl.. 211 000 1 7 0 4 ?, ,
ing game loss to Buchholz did the holding advantages of 6-5 and 10-8 Yes Softball is sometimes a contact sport. Like right' high school, softball rules say baserunners coining home
first and second l.odlorj 000 000 1. I 7 2U..O.k here where Bradford "lgh Vonda Kay Hall runs into .
Lady Tornadoes fail to rally for victory. after the innings. have to make an attempt to slide. :;
After shutting out the Raiders over 000 000 0 0 I Middleburg catcher. Also| pictured are OI1.deck batter Queenie Berry of s_q,
... "I guess we've showed some the last 3 innings BHS won the game loot.Ft Ml lOG 0 14 14 4 The Bronco backstop held on to the ball for the out and Bs| and umpire Cookie ;Mundorff.
character," Lee said of the four with two runs in the bottom of the .,.dl." UO 100 t It II 14 another Tornado baserunner was called out because
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Rec. Director Cheryl Godwin has announced that Starke has landed the 11
host spot for the boys 13-15 year old state Softball tournament. A one-time' buy! .
The tourney, which is set for July 16-18, will include our local Starke Jr. s
Stars plus the other top boys teams from around the state and hopefully will ." Manufacturer's closeout. .. !' '" ,yrN .\.0' oncf
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boys event so Cheryl put in it for it and got it. ,... ;. I ...8
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BHS 9 Rallies to Beat Eastside ( ..NAPA Invite, Keystone Tourney

Last week was a matter of timing and Hartley called the speedy senior 'Open Up Local Softball Season I

for the Tornado baseball team. "the best leadoff man in the state. He
Before the weekend the Tornadoes had reached base 10 straight times
committed errors at the worst possible coming into the Palatka game and The first Softball tournaments of the year hereaboutscome Tallahassee Smokehouse Quail Farm of Chiefland, I''

-moment, walked batters at the that's what a leadoff man's supposedto off this weekend with NAPA Auto Parts of Lake Antennae for Communications of Orlando and from
wrong time, and despite rapping 15 do." Butler hosting a biggie at the Lake Butler-Union Co. Jacksonville: Rainwater Chevron, and The Creek

hits in two games, didn't come up Andy Chaff continued to crunch the complex and the Keystone Recreation Association Team.
with hits in the clutch.The results: an ball with a 2-for-3 game against hosting a tourney there Friday through Sunday, March Play is set to start at 7 p.m. Friday night and go ,:

11-8: loss to St. Augustine Thursday jy Eastside with 3 runs a double a 2runhomer 1921. through about 11 p.m. and then pick up Saturday morn n
and 9-2 defeat at the hands of Palatka r and 3 RBIs. That gave the Tourney coordinator Steve Nipper of NAPA said he ing around 9 a.m. Sunday afternoon's play starts at 1 ,

Friday. sophomore a .478 average for the has 11 teams lined up for the Lake Butler tourney and p.m. I
Then Monday afternoon In year. Richie Fender had the other expects a 14-team field. In are host NAPA, the Expressof Nipper said Gainesville Tire has pretty much the

Gainesville the Tornadoes did just the ::: BHS hit against the Rams and is hit Starke and D.J. Country Boys of Starke plus Clark same team as last year and the Express "is strong"
opposite. After spotting Eastside's kj; ting .318 while Clayton Norman is the Bulldozers of Orange Park, Gainesville Tire, Fernan- but said he didn't know much about the rest of the of

Rams a 9-4 lead the Tornadoes other regular above .300 with a .320 do's TV of Lake City, Newnan's Bandits of ballclubs. and
delivered the key blows and didn't average. .

committ the costly errors and walksin .. As a team the Tornadoes are clubbing Jieic;

rallying for a 12-10 District 5-AAA the ball at a torrid ,336 pace That, RJE Hoop Tourney to Benefit
win over the Rams. and the 68 runs they've scored helps \).
The 1-2 showing put BHS 5-3 offset a 4.85 staff earned run average isttal

heading into a home District game and the total of 21 errors which.. Cancer Victims Starts Friday

with{ / Live Oak Friday night, March MIKE WATERS Hartley termed "pitiful. ....
19! ;;.at 7:30: and Coach Mike Hartley Making his first varsity start for In the BHS-St. Augustine game both ce
noted that the win over Eastside put BUS had 3 hits InI at bats! to spark clubs swatted 10 hits but five BHS pitchers The Lawtey Sonics basketball team and the Concerned 2 games and run through Saturday night. Three sessions al
BHS at 1-0 in the District. "Us and the Tornadoes In their win over issued 13 walks to the Yellow Citizens of Bradford County are jointly sponsoring a of 2 games each are planned for Saturday with he
Live( Oak are the only two teams that Eastside.the Jackets and that was the difference. basketball tournament at the RJE gym this weekend the following schedule: session II 10:45: a.m., session iy

haven't lost two District games," he 'Sullivan was 2-for-3 for BHS Friday and Saturday March 19-20, to benefit Lawtey'stwo III 3 p.m., and session IV 8 p.m. '
scoring -
added. But he expects the Bulldogs to twice. young cancer victims John Hamilton and Jerry Advanced tickets for the entire tournament may he seer

be'quite a test. "We'll see the hardest Tornadoes tally 5 scores on just 2 Palatka scored in every inning but Gaskins. purchased for $4 for adults and $250 for students. I

pitching we've seen all year Friday." hits. Mike Waters who scored the tie- the first two in running its record to Eight teams have been invited to participate in the Prices at the door will be $1.50 and $1 per session. All II.he

"We just left too many people on ing run, illustrates how BHS came 6-1 against BHS Friday night. Again, tourney which is set to begin Friday night at 7:30: with proceeds go to the funds set up for the two boys. hea

base, we're oing;' to have to change through in the game. Making his first BHS was even on hits at 5 apiece, but es

some things Hartley said Monday. varsity start Waters was 3-for-4 with 2 failed to make its hits count for much t d
"And errors hurt us. 6 runs for runs and 2 RBIs giving him an .834 p NI :h

Palatka were unearned." But the batting average for the year ((5-for-6)). SrocHorrf 101 Ml 11 f 1 Strawberry, Golj-Tournament -
Monday afternoon win helped changehis The Tornadoes started just 2 ...,,14. Ul 100 10 10 *
tune. "It was a lot like the GHS W.Sullivan((1-1)). L- I..h..... rx
seniors. Scott Allen and Scott Hudson, _(_ Ir L1I
II Hudion ChoH *wan.III.
Cti.NSi.( ) 3I ( ) Ml- (I) *
game (a 7-6 comeback win). Ricky as Hartley juggled his lineup after the ( ). Come to the WELS xto
Sullivan came In and got them out previous 2 losses. Allen was 2-for-4 Will Re April 3-4 in Starke for

(going the last 4% and giving up just 2 with 3 runs batted in to hike his team- .,. *u.uillr>. Ml: 222 0 .. 11 10 Iradlard Lenten Service

hits and 3 walks) and we got the leading batting average (among L- SullO.."(CM)). 400 030 1 I 10 4 Once again the first weekend inVpril Saturday and Sunday, April 3-4, with !r t 1 ,
momentum" and just kept coming regulars) to .609 with 15 nbbies. Hud- 1*. Hudson(I). IS-H.d.... end All. (I). jP.I.'k. will bring on the annual 18 holes each day. An Am-Am seg.
back. son was l-for-3 and is hitting an even strawberry Invitational Golf where into f
Tourney ment players can
pair up
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Sullivan scored the winning run ona 500. Hudson has scored 10 times, radioed 000 010 0 2 ( < B it Starke Golf and Country Club. 2 and 4-man teams or both as they
wild pitch in a fifth inning that saw walked 9 times and stolen 10 bases ,. .
I- Mod ((0-1)) The 16th annual event will run wish will precede the Invite on

Thursday, April 2. I
Notices For the Invitational flights will be
Legal divided thusly: Championship Flight r
0-4 handicap; 1st Flight 5-8 handicap; A fnmil .h.. ben d.rm.d .. an. .ho u ,

2 d Flight 9-12; and 3rd Flight 13-18 WllIi"lopu.ho.I..o"UI.Iino'.o.ho.n. ..... r .
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at any time within IN THE wiRCUIT COURT the seal of this Court the ,n The Circuit Court For (using net scores). .ho Me foetid ou'..east ... The Bradford County NOTICE OF ACTIONTO thirty ((30)) days from the EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 10th day of March 1982. Bradford CountFlorida Prizes for the Invitational will be a "- |...upH..h'.oUl..youldli..tersest f
Board of County Com : KENNETH C. date hereof. All comments GILBERT S. BROWNAs Probate Division *
OF FLORIDA IN set of irons for the winner of each QuNIL.nbron..nde..tyrrbafn.ndFile > .
mlssioners will receive PADGETT and SHEILA K. should be addressed AND FOR BRADFORD Clerk of said Court Number 82-9.CP flight and a set of woods for the run- l' uid h..f.lul H.h.. aona for you ,
sealed bids for vehicles PADGETT Post Office to Bob Larimer, COUNTY BY; BEULAH MOODYAs Division Probate Christ sngslcil Lutheran Church ._
at ;the County Road Box 2173 Kirtland. New Director of Bradford Deputy Clerk Entrance unfit Ssnlct' Wrtntldly 7 30 pm
Case No. 82.81CIVIL fee is $40 for the two-day I ,
Department on April 1, Mexico 87417. Association for Retarded Estate of f CrueUI Howl" Hicnt 473 2419 r I
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seen at Transportation, CI- NO PROPERTY 904/377-5704 Real Estate Buys -
the of Mallie Irene
Department. Florida: ty Fla 752-3300, 3'11 4trhg 4/01 estate .
deceased File
Commence at the SW ,
Gilbert S. Brown 3/18 4tchg 4/8
Clerk to the Board corner of E'/. of SW '/ of ..,.............................. SHAFFER. address NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Number 82.9.CP, Is pen
3/1811chg NE4 and run Easterly IN THE CIRCUIT COURT unknown. REGISTER FICTITIOUS ding in the Circuit Court
YOU ARE HEREBY for Bradford County, gfVl
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO along South line NAME : cuie/
NOTIFIED that an action Florida Probate Division
:REGISTER FICTITIOUS feet for Point of Beginning OF FLORIDA IN Pursuant to Section
for the matter of the the address of
thence continue AND FOR BRADFORD Florida Statutes,
NAME ; 865.09
adoption of MEDFORD which is Post Office Realtor ,t
Pursuant to Section Easterly 208.75 feet COUNTY WILLIAM SHAFFER has notice is hereby given Drawer B, Stark,
865.09. Florida Statutes thence run Northerly CIVIL ACTION been filed against that the undersigned, Florida 32091. The '. 904-782-3931
notice Is hereby given 208.75 feet thence run Case No. 82 80 and are required you to Sara A. Bedford, P.O. names and addresses of
that the undersigned Westerly 208.75 feet JAMES McCABE, Husband you of Box 391 Starke sole the personal representative d -
Thomas A. Reddish 1417 thence run Southerly written a defenses copy if your owners, doing business and the personalrepresentative's IN COUNTRY on 2 oc. 3 BM I'/t BA. perfect garden space ?
Bebog St., Stark., Fla. 208.75 feet to the Point MILDRED McCABE under the firm name of attorney $44 OO.COMM. .
ol. or joint owners do- of Beginning, lying and Wife to it, on the plaintiff andaddress attorney Encor. Consignment & are set forthb LOT and build. w/24,000 sq H. $13.000.SOMETHING .

Ing,bu.ln.U!! Jhe.?beingn E'of SW '/ of"NE ",.'NOTICE OF SUIT whose is Dudley name, Hardy _Clothing shop 321 ""- ... DIFFERENT In a home. ... In. ..-Strawberry. .. .. ..Acres. -
Urrrt name of Handyman V4,-S.ctlon.f!) -PROPERTY T.mpl.St'k.rntencJa; :J4tF(ln'terei'ed persons" You ewe It yourtflf; to look;
Esquire, P.O. Drawer file with CLOSE TO HOSPITAL On. ocr. homet/f. So.COO.
Fence Company 2'A Township 6 South Range TO: JAMES McCABE to register said fictitious or. required to
21 155 Randolph Avenue 1030 Starke Florida name under the this court, WITHIN THREE v.jFzi?;., 3 BR HOME $75.000 $3.000 down 12? /nreresr, IS yrs.
miles Intends East containing one
301 said fictitious toregister acre, more or less. Mine Hill Dover, New 32091.904/964.8168. and aforesaid' statute. MONTHS OF THE FIRST r4. J'alOdl ,"'Y' LOVELY HOME for rut. coupl.. Strn'd. porches, fenced
has been filed againstyou Jersey. file the original with the Dated this 4th day of PUBLICATION OF THIS yd., workshop. Mere. S45.00O.
under the
name and requiredto YOU ARE HEREBY clerk of the above styled March 1982 in Bradford NOTICE: ((1)) all claims IN COUNTRY 4 Ac. 10.50010 Ac.-S13.0OO: 30 At.
aforesaid statute Dated you are court on or before March against the estate and { lan0 21000. lot, Low'." area
this 15th day of March serve a copy of if yourwritten for NOTIFIED dissolution that an of action marriage 27 1982 otherwise a County. 3/4 4 4tchg 3/25 ((2)) any objection by an NICE 3 BR home on lovely fr..-shad.d far. 52 1.500.
1982. defenses, any judgement may be interested person to PERFECT MOBILE HOME SITE 10 Ac., barn and more
3/18 4tc'g! <4/8 to It on RICHARD E. WELTY Involving the entered against you for IN THE CIRCUIT COURT whom notice was mailed l.77ACfS WITH 'love CnTlT"* mobile home CHotA only -

.....*............................ Plaintiff's attorney following property in the relief demanded In FOR BRADFORD COUNTY that challenges the GENE REESE $33.000.
whose address Is 954 Bradford County MICHAEL/ COONEY
FLORIDA validity of the will, the REALTYGENE
NOTICE OF the complaint or peti
North Temple Avenue, Florida: A parcel of land CIVIL ACTION qualifications of the personal R.a/'orAllac/a'/ Home 964-M27
NAME REGISTER FICTITIOUS P.O. Box 995 Starke, lying in the SE 1/4 of Sec. tion.WITNESS hand and Case No. 82-99 representative,, REESE REALTOR P. O. DRAWER M Hwy. 301 S. tAWny, Fl 32051

Florida 32091, on or tion 7, Township 7 South my In the Matter of the venue, or jurisdiction of WHITE SANDS LAKE
said Court
Pursuant to Section the seal on
before April 30. 1982, Range 22 East, Bradford Adoption of JAY the court. Beautiful lake lot with 3
865.09: Florida Statutes, February 18, 1982.Gilbert .
and file the original with' County Florida said LAWSON GROVES and ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS BR, 1'bath home.
S. Brown
notice Is hereby glv.nthai
the Clerk of the Court parcel being more par. SARAH CORDELLA NOT SO FILED Cedar closets Fla. room,
of said CourtBY
the undersigned.Gerald > As Clerk
either before service onPlalntlff' ticularly described as GROVES. WILL BE FOREVER BAR. lots of storage. ERR
S. Baulah
Crawford. 1 1534 : MoodyAs
or immediately follows: Commence at ACTIONTO RED.
attorney NOTICE OF Assumable $20,000 loan
Walnut St.. Starke. Flo:; Deputy Clerk Publication of this
said SE
the SE
thereafter corner '
: ; : KENNETH LESLIE at' 9'/i\ % Owner will hold
.olt or joint owners. doIng 2/25 4tchg 3/18 Notice has
88 begun on
business under the otherwise a default will 1/4 and run South ................................. JOHNS ADDRESS small 2nd. 63500.
of Stark. Tire be entered against you degrees 30' West along IN THE CIRCUIT COURT UNKOWN March 11. 1982. SILVER SANDS LAKE Fur .
name Walnut for the relief demandedIn the Southerly boundary EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR YOU ARE NOTIFIEDthat PersonalRepres.ntotive nished 2 BR. 1 bath with
flri ice. '534 S. the Complaint. thereof 675 feet to an CUIT OF FLORIDA IN an action for the : $14.000 assumable 9'/i
Intends Wolf
Starke Fla. C. 964 SOBS m
;" Marilyn -
hand and iron stake for POB. From
said fictitious WITNESS my AND FOR BRADFORD adoption of the minor Post Office Drawer C loan. Owner will consider '
egl.t.r the seal of this Court on P08 thus described, continue COUNTY children has been filed, Florida 2nd mortgage, 1BV
na(". under the South 86 degrees !X$28,500. tile, tiv
aforesaid statute. Dated March 16. 1982. and you are required to 32602

thlj 15th day of March Gilbert S. BrownAs 30' West along said Case No. 81.541CAIN serve a copy of your 3 BR, 1 BA: on 5 acres 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone
1982. Clerk of the Court Southerly boundary 225 RE: Th. Marriage of written defenses, if any Attorney for P.rsonolRepr.s.ntative live oaks, fruit trees, OFFICE HOURS
By: Linda Chandler feet to an iron stake: FRANK G McLENON, on RICHARD E. WELTY.petltlon.r' : large fertile area forlord.n.
f. 3184tchg48I Deputy Clerk thence North 0 degrees C. Wolf Monday Friday 5. Saturday 12 noon
Husband Marilyn $22,300
I ...4.........:................. 48PUBLIC 30' West 48633 feet ottorn.y.whose
3/18 4tchg address Is Post Post Office Drawer C assumable mortgage at
IN !?THE CIRCUIT COURT thence North 88 degrees andHELEN D. McLENON. Office Box 995 954 Gainesville. Florida SV% 36000. LAKE LOTS available with terms
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ................................... 16'00" East 225 feet; Wife North Temple Avenue, 32602 OFFICE 473-7076

OF FLORIDA IN NOTICEAll thence South 0 degrees Starke. Florida, on or Telephone: Eve. Bob Moorei Butler Terrace 3 BR, 1'/1 bath nice screen porch and]
AND FOR BRADFORD Interested public 30' East! 487.25 feet to NOTICE OF ACTIONTO before April 3,1982. and ((904)) 376-5242 I 473-3555 workshop.

COUNTY private and paratransit the POB.I file the original with the. 3/11 2tchg 3/18
CIVIL ACTION operators within Bradford Less and Except the : HELEN D. Clerk of this Court either Mobil. Home on 1 acre. Excellent terms.

Case No. 82-122 County are hereby North 25 feet thereof McLENON. 313 live Oak before service on Peti ..N.OA'IO_ T1WW t _... W..

ROY E. WELLS husband advised that the Department reserved 'for road right Drlv. Swansboro NC tioner's attorney or Immediately ".I022" ***** Lovely C/B house In country on 3 acres. Nicely land

vs. PHYLLIS ANN of Transportationfor of way ,has been filed 28516 thereafter; ........... scopedterms.
WELLS. wife. a capital grant under against you and your are otherwise a default will Suite SI*
NOTICE OF.SUIT Section 16b( ) ((2)) of the required to serve a copy YOU ARE HEREBY be entered against you I I G.rrl lennon l$31 NW 13th St.4Ml4fO iouthgate 3 BR, 1'/i bath beautiful fireplace. Ig. llv

NO PROPERTY Urban Mass Transportation of your written defenses, NOTIFIED that an action for the relief demandedIn a Gelnesvllle. M.. Ingroom.

to? : PHYLLIS ANN Act of 1964 as if any to it, on the plain. for dissolution of marriage the petition. tM'377-77M

WELLS, Addres amended for the purchase tiff's attorney whose as styled above, WITNESS my hand and Call St. E., beautiful 3 BR, 2 bath brick many eitras.lessent .
Unkown.You or. hereby of ((2)) 1 15 passengervans name and address Is has been brought the seal of this court on e> .

notified that an action to be used for the Dudley P. Hardy, P.A., against you in the above. March 1. 1982.GILBERT. rr SMALL COUNTRY ESTATE. 3 BR, 2 bath brick home on Rd. Beautiful brick 3 II, 2 bath home with pool

for: Dissolution of Marriage transportation of elderly P.O. Drawer 1030, styled Court, seeking S. BROWNAS S.4 ecres, pecan and fruit trees, barn storage area, split Very large lot.
has been filed and handicapped per Star..... Florida 32091 dissolution of marriageand CLERK OF SAID rail fence. Call 414-3140 for more detail. .

against you and you or. sons. Service Is being and file the original with other relief and you COURTBY 1 TO 7 ACRE LOTS on SR II aid! off C791. Owner financ rVe have serveral lower priced Investment homes. Call
required to serve a copyof operated'within: Bradford the clerk of the above are required to file your : Beuloh Moody ing. about details.

written defenses, County. This pro styled court on or before Deputy Clerk ,...
your response to Husband'sPetition ACRES oH 23f, heavily wooded. Nothing down
if any to It, on the plaintiffs gram consists of the March 27, 1982; otherwise with the Clerk of 3/4 4 4tchg 3/25 good owner financing. Houses and Apartments For Rent

attorney whose transportation of 42 a judgement maybe said Court and to serve a ................................... *5 ACRES wooded $2.200 per acre,owner financing. Property Management Services
name and address Is mentally handicapped entered against you copy thereof upon Hus MEAT PROCESSING PLANT completely equipped. with 3 Appraisals
Dudley P. Hardy. P.A.. adult daily to and from for the relief demandedIn band's attorney whose BR, 2 bath furnished mobile home. Susan M. Faulkn.r.RIAL'0".5065 :

P.O. Drawer 1030. the Sunshine Acre Work the complaint or peti name and address appear Irene L. Faulkner, IIALTOIt.ASSOCIATI.'W.5142 F 4,

Starke, Florida 32091 Activity Center on West tion.WITNESS hereon on or Spry-BROKER SALESMAN-944-410
and file the original with state Rd. 16. This include my hand and before April' ,14, 1982.
the clerk of the above transportation on the seal of said Court on Herein fall not or a

styled court on or before weekly appointmentsand February IB. 1982.GILBERT default will be taken
April 16,1982; otherwise regular scheduled S. BROWNAs against admittingthe < NEIGHBORHOOD _PROPERTIES. .INC. REALTOR* EACHOrrtce
I judgement may be field trips.The Clerk of said Court allegations of said r U.S. 301 South near Bradford Square 964-5231 INDEPENDENTLY OWNED
entered against you for purpose of this BY: BEULAH MOODYAs Petition. ANDOresurao.

the relief demanded In notice Is to advise all Interested Deputy Clerk WITNESS my hand and .... 21 964-5231

he complaint or petition. transit and 2/25 4tchg 3/18 a3:.. _

WITNESS my hand and paratransit operator of W.'vs Changed Qur Name, But Not Our ServIce
the seal 1 of said Court on service being plannedfor
March IS. 1982.Gilbert. providing transportation Floriland Realtyr8 $5.500 DOWN FAYMENTiOwner will finance the boleiKe of S-U.500. 13% for 30 year.. monthly payment
S. Brown services for the of $" *2.27. This homo I I. 2 yeera oM end ho 3 bedrooms. 2 full both, central heat A air 1 car garege.

A. Clerk of aid Court elderly and handicappedwithin Phone 964-7700 ASSUMI f% MOHTGACIief epproxlmetvly $5.500.total. I sale price S11.000. This home has 2 bedrooms
By: Beuloh Moody the area described : 393 N. Temple Avenue. Starke Fl. paved street.ORANGE .
A* Deputy Clerk above, and to Insure STHI ITOwner will lIcence' this, corner let ".300.
3/j84lchg4/8. that such a program C 1 acre, It: fireplace. Cent. H ft A, with Ig. barn: NICI NIlGHtOIHOODiceme with this clean 3 bedroom, 1'* both home. Fenced backyard $33.500.
S34.JOO. SAMPSON LAKIW. have several waterfront lot starting at lU.OOO. Seme with owner
.... .. .... ............ would not represent a financing.
? ...... ... duplication of current or C I acre with. home, cell for an eppolntment.a : UNION COUNTY:*.** ecre ef form lond I7.IM...

IN :THE 'CIRCUIT' COURT proposed services" pro 2 ecre..3 II home excellent fln.ndn'n.| city limit NIWlYWCOSItWe .......Iu.t| the easy homo for von. 2 bedroom, largo lot $32.500.
FOR BRADFORD .COUNTYi vided by existing transitor e t plus ocr... $13,000. owner will held mtg. at 12% with NEW LHTINGiNew: ce pet. 2 bedroom, crooned peril nice lots $32.540.

FLORIDA paratransit operatorsin $2,500 down. WI HAVIlet I L.te. Lets of.LOTS. Buy Now build .later.AMERICA'S .
CIVIl ACTION the area.Comment. a acres 11.500 per acre with 100' on SI 100 toward. NUMBER 1 TOP SELLER

Cate No.I212SFLOIIDA either for Keystone. CENTURY

Plaintiff BANK, v AT*. or against this service by Vemle Odom.Broker OEM l CI...T It feel_CeopooootIooo w ra._ Iw tile MA*. -e>4 TM .N.4..ii..e..t C......, 11 ... aw.re eeq..rwe. Mw.us.A. ... M.
STARKE. such public and private
GRI. Ph.fie,*4-S47 .
( KENNETH C. PADGETT transit and paratransit J.R. Kelly! Associate EACH OFFtd IHDCPtNDCNny OWNED AND OPIIA TID. .....H.e.l.s 0.. t-1y.
I end SHEILA K. PADGETT operator will be receiv

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Brad Hildreth unleashes the discus Linda DeWHt. in the 880. Hawkins, in front, was 1st and Antonio Jones, left 3rd in the 220.


I.l North Marion's Colts Too Fast for Bradford in Home Track Meet :. I

k North Marion's Colts won both endsof Hildreth was second In the discus. cond. smoked the in while host Palatka I'I
they 4-lap relay 4:12.6: girls portion( Mil. M.dl.f '.., I) N...", Marian. 4:1S.7, 2)) IHI
.r a track meet at BHS Tuesday that BHS also outsprinted the Colts in the Cheryl Bogle was number 2 in the a time that is the best reported in the dominated the boys meet with 107% (L.... 1.H...... ".w.lI, Smith) 4i4'.0a. >20I)
V also included the Tornadoes and a 440 relay with a 44.9 time but was disqualified mile and 2 mile, and Tyffany Griffis state for the event among class 3A points. Ocala Forest was second with HAWKINS' (IHS) lo.Ol. 3Mllo. 1)) D.WITT(INS) Ilitl 5.
of from Baldwin.In for out of lane. and Alesia Sheffield 2.3 for 1))IOOU(IMS)":01 5, Mil.'..,-1)).IHSdKlwoll"- C
small group girls running were girls. "I kind of figured it would be up 56, Jacksonville Lee third with 47, and I.,.... Hawklrw. ,Smith) 4,26.5. :
the boys meet the Colts won 12 of Hawkins 23.0 win in the 220 led a Bradford in the 330 hurdles. there," Revels said of the time, whichis Buchholz fourth with 43. 1/

15 events to top Bradfored 118.5 to BUS sweep in that event as Donnie a leg up on Paxon's 4:12.9: and BITS had one other performancethat ..,.Toam......, North Marian I III.'. liadtarrf......
.. 63.5. The girls meet was close as Banks was second, Antonio Jones Girls Top StateIn Titusville's 4:15.0: clocking thus far wasn't just close, that thanks to 110 Hurdloc' 1 1)Jay(NM) 17 1. 2)) ..WAMEN(I) ".0. r
North Marlon topped BHS 89 to 78 third and Brad Russell tied for ") WRIGHT ((5)) 11.4. 100. I) Mon (NM) 10... 1)) A.
Mile Interestingly! Titusville, an early Hawkins, who lowered her school 100 .
Relay JONIS((5)) 101.3)) MOORS((5)10.1.) Mil. I)Smith (NM)
: with Baldwin well back with 7 points. fourth. favorite to win state in 3A girls track, yard dash mark with an 11.24 first 4,11.., 2)) *. WAIRIN ((5)) 4,55.2. 440 I.l.f-. ) North .
"They had beaten us pretty badly at Others taking seconds for BUS were Nearing the end of a day of mostly is expected to be at the Bradford In- place showing.Dual. Marlon 45.,.
the Palatka Invitational Friday so Ronald Davis in the high jump, Barry close but no cigar showings at the rug- vitational April 16 so local fans can 440I) Wllk.....(NM) S3 I. 2)) RUSSIA((5))M*. JMHurdlol t
ged 14-team Palatka Invitational last M* t at BHS 1))Pool, (NM)".'.1))I.WARHIN((5))44...00-
this shows Warren in both hurdles and Jones in
some improvement week BHS assistant coach Buddy look forward to quite a mile relay Oltll t ....:'North Marlon (NM) It, 'Hf '((5)) 7S. I) .. WARRIN (I) 2,14.1. MM. Modloy 5.1r II) North
Coach George Loper said of the meet. the 100. showdown when those two square off *.'....ln ,. Made 3iS2.2.
Richard Warren Herbert Hawkinsand The girls had 2 triple winners as Revels urged his girls 4 x 440 relay on in the day's final event. 110 High.. 1)) Palll. (NM) 16..1... 1)) IHIFFIHO (IHS) 220. 1)) HAWKINS ((5)) 23.0. 2)) SANK ((5)) 21.1.. 3)) A. h I
Brad Hildreth pulled off the only freshman Linda DeWitt won all three in this way: "C'mon, let's win one out 17.1. 100I) HAWKINS (HI) 11.4. Mil.I I) D.WITT' JONIS ((5)) 23.3, II.4))RUSSIA(I') 24 0. 3 Mllo-)Smith ,
of this thing. ('HI).:.7..1))SODA (IMS)..10... 440 l.lar-I)North (NM) 10.34.7. n) R.WAIIIN (0)( ) 11,10.4... 4)) McKINNIV L
Tornado boys victories Warren cap- distance races and sophomore Pam The BHS girls tallied 32 points to Marion II.M. 2)) INS ('. '-... T. ,..... p. .......n. I. (i) II:...,. Mllo..1.,- 1)) North Marlon, 3>:M.". (r'
turing the 880 run Hawkins winningthe Hawkins won the 100, 200 and ran on Well, the speedy relay foursome of place 5th in Palatka while the Tor- JoWoriort) 61.... Shot PutI) HIIOHETH ((5)) ...1'/*. 01_.. I 1) Smith r
220, and Hildreth popping a 44-IV the winning mile relay, Also Louette Michelle Stillwell Robin Jefferson, nado boys scored 17Vb! to place 8th. 4401)) IMITH(INS) H.I. 2)) IIIIWIU((1HI)41 .. 910 (NM) 135.-\. .1))Hllo.nH((5)). "..0.Hlh Jtimov 1)) ..... ,[.
throw to win the shot. Warren was Smith was an easy winner in the 440 Pam Hawkins, and Louette Smith not Gainesville Buchholz racked up 75 HurJI... 1) Pollh (MM) 11..', 1)) OKIMIf. (IMS) 11.'. 3)) not! (NM) .. 2))DAVIS, ((5)) S ..lan.Jump1)) .1...-... I''
IHIMIILO(Sill)12 M. MOI)D.WITT(INS)LM.3)) ion (NM) II-11'4 Triple Jump.) Sldw.d.en' (NM)
also 2nd in the mile and 2 mile and with teamate Michelle_Stillwell se only "won one" as Revels wanted. points to top North Marion ((56) in the OG1I (Sits) Ii4*II.4) M. KIMUTIS ((1H') 2,(/.'. 40-%.

I [ Bradford Sports in. Brief ) CASH REBATES

Direct from Smith-Corona

BHS BanquetIs Lake Wales Wins 9 Roadrunners j

State 'LiftingLake Complete 15K e . . . . . . 5. . . . . . . . . . .

: CORONA nce 2500 CORONET :
Tonight River Run
Wales High of Polk Countywon : Correctingcartridgetype Ater : Correcting cartridge typewriter : ats'IlNA
the state class 3A weightliftingmeet
9 members of the Bradford
held at North Marion young ,/ IAI IIW : r : r++h.rs'J :
BHS athletes from eight different Saturday, Roadrunner club competed in last
teams and cheerleaders will be totaling 33 points to beat out Santa Fe, weekend's 15,000 meter JacksonvilleRiver t
honored tonight as the Bradford High 29, Ocala Forest, 24, and North Run '

All Sports Club's Winter Banquet is Marion 14.Bradford. 6th grade triplets Jody, Jason, and
set for Thursday night, March 18. High didn't score Jennifer Brown all ran the race!'Jody I t

starting at 7 p.m. Athletes and points as its only competitor any ran it in 1 hour,13 minutes, 14 seconds
coaches who competed cross country sophomore Wayne Wall failed to while Jason came across in If 17.15
(boys and girls), basketball (boys make a clean-and-jerk. and Jennifer, the only local girl in
varsity and JV and girls), volleyball, 13638.: I
weightlifting and wrestling. The first finisher for the Roadrunners ,
Again, the meal and awards- Am-Am Tourney, was high school junior Richard ,
presentation Banquet will be held at Has 3-Way Tie Warren in 59:58.: 8th grader George $25 REBATECORONAMATIC 25 REBATECORONET

the Starke Golf & Country Club. The teams of Walt Wescott- Crews was next in 1:08.27: followed by . ... .. . . . . . . . . 'e. . .
Tickets are $5Umpires 7th grader Gene Powell 1:09.31: ; the
Malcolm Hill, A.B. Howard-Lonnie Brown boys; 8th grader Allen Gon- : *2200 *Super I

Zurfluh, and Russell Lawrence-Frank. zales 1:25.11: ; 7th grader Henry : Correcting cartridge typewriter. Correcting cartridge typewriter. :
Menard all tied'with a net 61 in the
ClinicIs Cooper 1:26.05: ; and 6th grader Brian
Starke Golf and Country Club's Am- r,'
March 29 Am tournament held last Saturday. Davis 1:40.31.: _Jji_: N .w

One more Westside Field clinic for The event, which was a tuneup for 4 Rivers Audubon : I
umpires will be held from 7-9 .m. the Am-Am to be held in conjunctionwith :'
Hosts Kil. Run :
\. Monday, March 29. the Stawberry Golf Invitational, 5 ;. ..'
"f! also saw a 4-way tie for second. Four Rivers Audubon is sponsoringa r.i = ; ; ;;
'. Game situations will be gone over The teams of Danny McKinney-Ben 5 kilometer ((3.1 mile) run and a ii; {
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during the clinics with live game Moxley, Ralph Bryan-Bill Heavner, 1-mile fun run-walk in the Osceola Na- :: ; -i :
situations involving practicing teams l ,..
Jewett Fogg.Jack Eaves, Mike tional Forest Saturday, March 27. ;. .
and all umpires must attend at least Sexton-Jack Eaves all tied for second For more Information call Nancy

one of the clinics.BHS with net 62's. Simmer at 17553979. 520 REBATE ,$20 REBATE ; ..k.

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Split Matches Wm. A. Bessent, III ; C. ,Gary Moody : ':L -lamll: -- l t4fri :

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The Tornado tennis teams split a Anthony J. Salzman A .J IM A -
> wre..11W./.M7Vrw
pair of road matches last week, with : rfdlrl..1.Iirlydlrlwr '
both boys and girls sweeping past rdlrr 3 tM 5 '
Announce the opening of their J'f
Lake Butler
Monday before falling at \ ;i

Lake Eddie City Winkler Tuesday.and Jeff Johnsonwere Law Offices under the name 4

the only Tornadoes to win both

their singles matches as the Tor- $25 REBATE $25m
nadoes blanked Lake Butler 7-0 and BESSENT MOODY & SALZMAN

then were nipped 4-3 by Lake City. : . . . . . . .e. . ..: . . . . . . . . :
"That was the closest we've been to I CITATION*CARTRIDGE DoVILLE*CARTRIDGE
at Law ,
Lake City ever noted Coach Jerry : Correcting cartridge typewrite. Correcting cartridge typewriter :'
McGriff. "We played about as well as
606 W. Madison
we could have. I

After Winkler and Johnson won in -,
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singles Winkler and Craig Sapp com- .
bined for a 3-set victory at number'one General I :' --
doubles but BHS couldn't quite Practice

.. get girls the blanked needed Bradford fourth win.70.Lake f-. -City's Family Law, Real Property, Estates PiJ.LS j

Everybody won for the boys at Lake Personal &
Injury Death
Butler and the girls won 6-1 with '.
Carmen Eaves scoring an 8-0 win for
the girls and Sapp, Phil Miller and
Jeff Johnson tallying 8-1 wins for the $25 REBATE $20 REBATE:

boys. .
BHS returns to the ho ecourts . . . . ... . . . e. e. . S . a e . . ..
Tuesday, March 23, for a /atch with YourS TMr>Coranak/pewrNerrrHa( .l. laintng model and serial numbers and send .
S I"Me5dy1150w" -deals on these portato Sml.thronae \label coupon end OtilllNi Ales,eceipt(or :
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B That Affect Results of Bradford, l tl amt Clay COtnltis ? *' rl egrnpf, MVAl TORThe1iUnionCounty S :

Thursday,March 18.1982
B Section

C O-OO Annual Meetine; Mar. 25 1

'7Clay' '
'Electric Cooperative's"' tIAnnual'meetlng \ to oppose Hollingsworth has requested half of Clay County, lives in Keystone area located in the southern part of
" ti( is March'25 his name be removed from Heights and was elected in 1974. Putnam County lives in Citra and
jTS on tap the ballot. was elected to the board in 1965.
beginning at 9 a.m. at the Coop'amain Secretary of the Board Sam Hogg, Hastings is also the president of the
k headquarters here in Keystone Reeves representing District 3 and representing Dist. 2, which includesthe National Rural Electric
Heights. I the only female on the board was northern half of Putnam County Cooperative's Association (NRECA).
f unopposed during the District lives in Palatka and was elected to the
Highlights of the day for the ex, He was re-elected to this position last
nominations with Hamilton of
along board in 1973.Thomas
the NRECA's annual
January at
pected 5,000 people will be the election District 5.District.
., of three co-op members to the Board Malphurs Dist. 4, which meeting.
of Trustees; a speech by United 3 includes an area locatedin Includes the western half of Alachua The NRECA is the service
States Representative William Chap- Alachua and Putnam Counties. County, lives in Alachua and was organization of more than 1,000 rural
pell (D-Fla.); gospel singing and District 5 includes all of Baker Brad- elected to the board in 1975. Vice electric systems throughout the
music by The Florida Boys; and a< ford and Duval Counties and District President of the Board, Floyd Gnann, United States. Hastings previously
noon free fried chicken dinners. 7 seat includes all of Columbia and Dist.6, which includes the north- served two one-year terms as vice-
Union Counties.All eastern half of Clay County, lives in president and secretary-treasurer
The three Trustee incumbents
before being elected president in 1981
and elected in 1971.
Middleburg was
Susan Reeves Zedra Hamilton and'Wayne members registered at the an- Also in store for those attending the
Hollingsworth, were nual meeting will be eligible to vote in annual will
C.M. Smith Jr. Dist. 8, which In- Co-op meeting be a
renominated in their respective the election for the cooperative'sboard cludes the southern portion of Lake chance to win the many door prizes
district meetings held in January and of trustees. This position on the County and the Eastern tip of Marion donated by various merchants and
, : February and will appear on the board is for a three year term. County, lives in Williston and was concerns throughout the areawhichwill
I 1e M, '+ March 25 ballot at the general Other members of the board in- elected in 1980President be given away later in the after
Ii meeting. clude noon.
yt of the Board
i Otis Roberts, who was nominated Ray Wingate, representative for Hanstlngs Angus There will also be an array of ex
during the January District 7 election representing Dist. 9 which hibits and displays for visitors to
I Dist 1, which includes the eastern includes the Lake Kerr, Fort McCoyWayne view
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Parts to fit all makes Repair on all makes

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I S Hwv 301 N. Starke Susan Reeves'fOliO Zedra Hamilton Hollingsirortli Ray Wingate I

\ REBATEs 1 Capital Credits Refund Checks Mailed I

" Capital credits refund checks total- during any portion of 1970,1971 and during this period and have not
ing $1.97 million were mailed Monday 1972, you should receive a capital received a refund check"
Mar. 8, to approximately 57,000 credits refund check representingyour Capital credits reflect the nonprofit
; A I I Clay Electric Cooperative Members pro-rata share" Martin said. status of Clay Electric I
according to General Manager E.T. 'Please contact the nearest Clay Cooperative. The Co-op now provides
Martin. Electric Co-op district office within a service to over 70,000 homes in 12
t BUY :THE TORO OF YOUR CHOICE NOW AND GET A CHECK FROM ; "If you paid for electric service few days if you purchased electricity north Florida counties.

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Obituaries .. .. ,,....... '.''..:: ,, ,, ; .
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L Heights'CemeterLywith: 'Thornton of Jacksonville and Mrs. Henry Timmons
of Okinawa. Mr. Hinck was a retired Keystone
and Bruce T.
, N.Y. McKinley
E "" of Rev. Buddy C,, Friedlin officiating. Sarah D. Gassett of Gainesville,five
Wiliam L. McKinley Cocoa; a brother,Frank H. McKinleyof supervisor Heavy Equipment Henry Timmons, 67, of Starke died
Jacksonville and seven grand-- Maintenance, and worked in DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home was in grandsons Coolidge Gassett, Jr. of
I Mr. William L McKinley, 74. from children. ; Okinawa, Korea, Vietnam, and charge of the services. Keystone Heights,Thomas Gassett of March 3.
,r Half Moon Lake, Lake Geneva, died Graveside interment services were Pakistan. Gainesville, Dr. Craig Gassett of Born in Geneva, Fla. Mr. Timmons
'; in the North Florida Regional held at 2 p.m. Saturday March 13 in Since moving to Keystone Heightshe Tallahassee. David Thornton of Port moved to Starke from Palatka five
I Hospital in Gainesville Tuesday night the Evergreen Cemetery, Gainesvillewith had been employed by the Marcus Paul DekleMr. Orange and Donald Thornton of years ago. He was a laborer and a
1 1 ,d{ I following a brief illness. Rev. Buddy C. Friedlin of. Keystone Shell Service Station and Marcus Paul Dekle,18,of Lake Jacksonville; two brothers, Kirk P. Baptist.
: 1, He was born in Eufaula, Okla., on ficiating. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Keystone School Cafeteria. He was a Butler died Saturday In North Florida Dekle of Sylvnnla, Ca. and Julian P.
April S, 1901, and moved here in 1971 Home was in charge of ar- I member of the Melrose Lodge 89, Regional Hospital in Gainesville after Dekle of Macclenny: 1 sister, Mrs. Survivors include his wife, Mayble
", from New Brunswick NJ. Mr. I K.&A.M., and Scottish Rite Bodies. a brief illness. Norma D Davis of L ndale, Ga.; and Timmons of Ocala; a daughter, Car
McKinley was a retired port operator rangements. Survived by his daughter, Katie six greatgrandchildren.Funeral rol Diaz of New York City; three sons,
for Standard Oil Company of New He was born in Union County and Willie Lee Timmons and Timothy
of Sevierville, Tenn. ,
King a son
9 Jersey, a member of the B.P.O.E.Club Charles II. Hinck ; had resided in the Lake Butler com Ocala and
Daniel Hinck of Washington Courthouse services were held Mon- Timmons, both of Henry
,I 1802 of Starke. and a member of Mr.Charles H. Hinck,73,died at his Ohio; 2 sisters, Mrs. Dorothy munity. He was a retired carpenter.He day, March IS, at 2 p.m. hi'Archer' Lee Timmons, Jr. of New York City;
member of the
the Keystone Heights Community home in Keystone Heights Tuesday Renker of Lakehurst N.J. and Blan- was a Carpenter. Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Victor a brother, Robert J. Timmons of
Local Union 1278 in Gainesville.He
Church. night. March 9. he Jenkins of Lakeside, Calif. and Nickerson and Dr. William Pruitt
ElizabethM. Born in New York March 22, : ; Palatka and a sister,Mrs.Lena Tim.
Surviving is a daughter City ;
Burial followed in
:wo grandchildren. is survived by his wife, Mrs. officiating. Elzey
Conn. two 1908, he had lived here for 22 mons of Starke.
Luci of Weston ; sons years Graveside funeral services were Rosetta Dukes Dekle of Lake Butler; Chapel Cemetery with 'Archer
William L. McKinley II,of Nlverville moving to Keystone Heights from held at 2 p.m. Friday, March 12, in two daughters Mrs. Norman A. Funeral Home in charge:"'

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James A. McLendonJames Deathworh, Eddie Macon'a Run and graduate of father, a long-time prison lie published several other books, Bradford County to represent the
A. Swag man, Mr. McLendon lived for Bradford High employee, as a guard, photographerand including Papa Hemingway and Key class at the funeral were Rep. Frank
well-known author(Spanky, died) McLendon, the past nine years in Blowing Rock, School, and a prison inspector, is the source of West. Two more works are to be Williams and wife Debra; school
March Friday, N.C. where he became well-known former news much of the material for McLendon'sthree published soon. board member J.R. (Jim) Lawson,
12, as
cancer. the age of 40 from a writer and had many friends. He reporter.Funeral. books about the prison life and Mr. McLendon worked as a school finance officer Mike Reddish
Best known for his was a native of Raiford, FL., a 1960 w ; ser Incidents. reporter for the StAugustine Record and wife, Becky; Community State
trilogy of g
vices were held Deathworh, McLendon's first novel and the Key West Citizen, and had Bank vice-president Ray Norman,
I Sunday in at the about the prison system, is based on a taught school in Baltimore. and former class president Bobby
Starke Planning ClinicTubal .' Baptist church single day when Florida's death He said he drew heavily on his Shannon. The four men served as
Family in Blowing penalty is approved by the Supreme father's 39 years and witnessing of 114 honarary pallbearers. Also George
Rock. Burial Court and four people go to the electric executions with the Florida prison Patten, a Starke native and close
Ligation ,(Tubes tied) I .lVtE'; was> also in chair. Eddie Macon'i Run is the system for his first book, Deathwork. friend of Mr. McLendon, was a
:.c.:1: Blowing,Rock. story of an escapee from a Texas His second book, Eddie Macon's Run pallbearer.
& Vasectomies Mr. McLendon is the son of Mr.and penitentiary and his search for is based on a series of events at the
Mrs. R.P. (Mac) McLendon of freedom and dignity. prison which the book attributes to Classmates sent a wreath in the
No Hospital stay necessary No Abortions performed Starke. Survivors include his wife, Both are to be produced as movies, the hero. form of a solid gray Tornado with
Ann, and three children,.all of Blow- and Mr. McLendon had been workingon Mr. McLendon's death is the first in BUS, Class of 1960,written in red car
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\I Jt l; Florida National Guard Plugs into DAS- Here

iJ! V r By TonBCTSta,y Burke ,d
I iff Writer

;ii The National Guard Unit here was The system currently serves two- ,
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,, >. the recipient of a new Honeywell thirds of the Guard units in the state;
DAS-3 Computer that will enable it to about 6,000 troops. Two more computers
drasticly cut the time required to have been ordered for other
j i' i order new and replacement parts for state Guard units N I1, 1

: all types of equipment. The system is completely portable, a I i
,, I It is the most advanced computer of able to go anywhere the Guard or Army J M '
its kind, said CWO2 Rick Hall, might want to take it. It has been -
i Technical Supply Officer for the unit tested under tactical conditions in the
t field and passed. The system is ;!
here. "This is the second year model,
t U.{ the same one that's being used in designed to operate on normal com
,, Europe and Korea." mercial electricity,as well organically 1 .
generated power and European :
Alter regular Army testing for current.
three years the Guard here began using + -.N
i j"?, the new$450,000 computer Jan. 17. "Because the system is so
The time needed completly convertto sophisticated, it requires a highly LLJC'L!
the new system took two weeks; trained operator.The operator courseat
"Half the time that was allotted for Ft. Bliss TX takes six: weeks." .
b, conversion,'!Hall said. In addition, Hall said. "Additionally, we have to P
the error rate on converting 42,000 have a full-time repairman for it.The _
records was six-tenths of one percent. system is super-sensitive to dust, ,I wUu
I smoke and other derbris, so the en-
Under the old method, ordering a vironment must be entirely stabiliz
new part for a radio, truck or weapon ed."
would take a week, but the DAS-3 has P
@. reduced this to three hours.Hall said. The repairman for the system is '
Sgt. Danny Luke.
t' "Let's say that a field unit needs a
that the informationis
," said Hall. "The supply clerk
part stored on a magnetic disc-pac -f .:t
,.. submits a request form we check it }Ire I
"similar to a stereo LP. Except that r
for accuracy and keypunch it into the ,.
these disks cost $350-$500 '
per copy.
The is matched tot -
computer. request Hall pointed to one master disk that :
the item, a release is cut and sent to ,
storage and the item is then shippedout cost 5000. '
to the customer unit" Hall announced that construction is I I II

to begin within the next 90 days on a ,
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"Right now, we're using the DAS-3 r ,,
new building to house the computer.The
to calculate stockage levels and order KIb
7,474 square-foot structure will '
he said. "We also maintain r :
.' all cost approximately $160,000 and will ,
demand history on equipment.
also be used as a warehouse. The site
.; Future plans call for the system to for the new building will be west of the ? 5 ..
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Florida Regional Hospital in Lawtey. She was a member of the p.m. Thursday, March 18, in the Jacksonville. Village Baptist Church with Rev. Art
Gainesville Tuesday afternoon. First Baptist Church. chapel of DeWitt C Jones Funeral Miss Hales was a senior at Union harker officiating. Burial followed in
,, Mrs. Godwin was born near Survived by three sons Bill Godwin, Home with Rev. Ben P. Bryant of County High School, she was a Oak Grove Cemetery in Alachua
Raiford, Fla., Feb. 9. 1906, and had of Chagrin Falls Ohio; Jim B. God ficiating. Interment will follow in the member of the Beta Club,president of County. Archer Funeral Home of
lived in Starke for the past 27 years. win & Harold Godwin both of Starke; family plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery. Future Homemakers of America,anda Lake Butler in charge of ar
Eve R. GodwinMrs. Her husband was the late James G."Jim" six grandchildren and three great- Deborah Carol Hales member of the Future Business rangements.
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Eve R. Godwin 76, of 1501 E. Godwin and parents the late grandchildren. Miss Deborah Carol Hales died Phillip W. Alexander
17, member of Providence Village Bap-
Call St., Starke, died .In the North Volley R. & Mary J. Reddish of Funeral services will be held at 3_ in '
Wednesday night Baptist Hospital tist Church. Phillip, W. Alexander 71, of Edwards -
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and Jean Hales of Lake tIertwo ; Starke.
Inflation brothers,John W.Hales and Thad Born in Waldo,Alexander moved to
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paternal grandmother, Mrs. Maggie shoe repairman. He served in the
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Starke on US-301 March 14 for driving accident on US-301 were cited for ding to Patrolman Eston Mosher. A 1972 Ford driven by Elizabeth
Cited D. C. Roberts.
Richardson of slowed to
while his license was suspended. failure to use due care March 9. Hampton
For Careless DrivingClyde According to Trooper B. A. Charles Rollin Reames of Starkewas According to Melanie Myrtle Green Deborah Susan McDonald, 20, of make a right turn on SR-21 when her
and Joe Lee cited for careless driving left front tire crossed the centerline a
Williams, Youngblood was releasedon due Adams, both of Starke, Starke was
Leslie Hall,46, of Starke,was a bond of$200. charged with failure to use the traffic light was on caution at the March 15 when she struck a vehicle Honda which was behind her thoughtshe
cited surety accident March 13 on
for careless driving after he! care In an time of Impact. Green was attemp- stopped for a school bus on SR-16. was turning left. The Honda
wrecked his pickup truck March 7 at SR-100. Reames failed to observe a driven Lawrence Edward Her-
: Raymond R. Hall, 18, of Brooker'' SR-18. ting to turn left onto Washington St. Damage to the 1979 Chevy pickup by
2:30 vehicle to turn on
: a.m. north slowing
on US-301. riford of Park then attemptedto
and Adams driven Lawrence Hubert Whitney, Orange
was arrested on Main St. in Brooker with the vehicle was traveling south when by
Hall Reames collided
was taken to Bradford County the Ford the side,
they collided. 21, of Starke. was $500. Damage toMcDonald's pass on
March 12 for driving without a valid skid-
driven Warren F Wathou
Hospital where he by
was treated and 1975! Buick was$1,800,according striking the vehicle as it turned. Both
driver's license.
released. According to Trooper M.W. ded off the roadway and collided with people on the cycle were ejected.
Hall was released on a cash bond of Damage to Green's 1980 Mercurywas to Patrolman Jerry Miller.
Richardson, Hall was traveling northon palm tree.Rescue6l. $1,000, damage to Adams' 1964 Rescue 75 responded to the March
$50,according to Marshall Raulerson.
US-301 when he apparently ran off responded to the.accidentbut Chevy stationwagon was $500 according Deborah Joyce Thorpe, 18, of 13 accident taking Herriford to Brad-
the pavement, lost control, came,' there were no injuries. to Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. Starke, swerved to avoid striking an ford County Hospital. Herriford was
back across the median left the road Damage to the palm tree was listedas
transferred Gainesville where he
: animal 3 miles west of
John Jr.. of Bird- on C-18
Albert Britton, 29,
and struck a tree. Damage to the 1979'. sboro, Pa., was arrested two miles $100, damage to Reames 1968! Benjamin Mitchell Conner of Graham, and lost control of her vehi- was treated for a compound fracture
Ford was $1,500.Truck south of Starke on US-301 March 13. Chevy was 1981$500.Oldsmobile Damage station-toWathough's Keystone Heights struck a vehicle cle. Thorpe slid into a telephone pole, of his left foot,abrasions,and possible
Britton was charged with driving to stopped to make a left turn from then hit several trees planted in a pine fracture of the ribs. A passenger on
wagon was $3,500, according. SR-21 March 13. Conner received minor the cycle, Carlette Wallace of
while his license was suspended, according on driving a forest. Thorpe
D. C. Roberts.A .
On Private DrivewayWayne to Trooper D. C. Roberts. Trooper 1979! Olds looked away from the road bruises but was not treated in the Keystone Heights, was treated for
and failed to see a 1977 Chevy driven March 12 accident. abrasions.
C. Hollingsworth, Jr., 36, of Genaro Almela-Diaz of Lawtey was vehicle driven by David Ochoa, by Lillian Frances Dunlap of Green Damage to Thorpe's 1982 Ford was Investigation is pending in the acci-

truck Keystone when Heights he failed, rolled to make his a pickup curvein arrested March 15 and cited for hav- 20 SR-16, of Zolfo when Springs it was struck was stopped from the on Cove Woodland Springs attempting to turn left $2,500, according to Trooper Wm Sheriffs dent, according Office. to Clay County

his private drive. Hollingsworth's ing no vaild driver's license. He was rear by Willie L Coleman March 12. on Dr. Abrams.
truck was going at a rate of speed too, released on a $50 cash bond accor- Coleman. 51 of New Brittain, I
great to safely go around the curve, ding, to Patrolman Eston Mosher. Conn.,was cited for careless driving.
spun counterclockwise and left the' Ochoa was attempting to turn left on-
drive, rolled over one complete time Williams Stands Trial to St. Clair St. when struck.
and came to rest upside down. Damage to Coleman's 1973! Ford ws
Damage to the 1978 Dodge pickupwas Monday For BurglaryCurtis $2,000, according to Patrolman Ricky
$3,000,according to Trooper B.A. Williams Is scheduled for Bennett.A .
Williams. trial Monday in Bradford County Circuit -
Court on a charge of burglary. 14-year-old Starke juvenile stuck
DWI, No License Williams was arrested last week an unoccupied 1968 Chevy causing
Arrests in Starke Area after he allegedly tampered with $200 damage March 14 at 3:46: a.m.on value!
witnesses. Shortly after his release, Adkins St.
Heriberto C. Benabridez, 40, of he was arrested and charged with the juvenile was cited for having no --- 1 x1420z.
Lawtey, was charged with battery ofa tampering with another witness. He valid driver's license. Clarence 4.
law enforcement officer when he remains in the county jail on a $5,000 i Sumner was cited for allowing an .. -
refused to take the breathalizer test bond. unauthorized minor to operate the
after being arrested for driving while After the burglary of the VIP Disco I vehicle. Damage to the 1970 Pontiac
intoxicated. Benabridez became on Brownlee Rd. Sept.28, Freddie Lee I driven by the juvenile was $600, according 0 Purex
violent, struggled and was using profane McCray, 25, and Chris Charles Good- to Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. Powder
language at the county jail man, 19,both of Starke, were arrested .
March 13. Patrolman Eston Mosher and charged with burglary. Williamswas
was treated at Bradford County arrested Oct. 12 and charged for Michael Gary Crockrell 16 of $ Reg. Price 1.59!
Hospital for injuries received in the, his part in the VIP Disco burglary.] Starke was cited for violation of i the 2 Heavy dutydetergent
scuffle with Benabridez. Jury selection will begin Monday right of way in a traffic accident for a
Bond set at Benabridezwas March 14 SR-100. Crockrell was Each '
was $300, morning for the Williams trial with on 1- cleaner wash.Men's .
released on recognizance, according the trial following on the stop on Colley Rd.waiting for traf-
to Patrolman Eston Mosher. This is the only trial on the calendar attempted to cross SR-16 and Shirts
for next week.Accidents. was struck by a truck driven by
Jares E. Nasworth of Starke was Rodney Leroy Jackson, 17, of Starke. For Jeans ,
arrested 1 mile north of Starke on Damage to Crockrell's 1966 Ford
US-301 for driving while under the In- In was $1,800, damage to Jackson's 1981 Striped crew neck shirts ,,
fluence of alchol, according to The Starke Area Chevy truck was $1,200. according to and collar and placket
Trooper B. A. Williams. Patrolman Eston Mosher, styles. Solid v-neck knit ; 'IC '
John Milborn Miller of Starke < .
39, '
shirts with contrast '
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Charles Atlas Crawford, 43, of was charged with failure to yield the William Gregory Parrish, 18, of Jetfjens
Lawtey, was arrested on Crawford right-of-way from a stop sign when he Maxville was behind a vehicle trim. Sizes S.M.L.XL. : ,
Road, March 16, on two charges of struck an oncoming vehicle March 8 waiting to exit in the McDonald's 6 .
driving while intoxicated. on CR-100A. parking lot when his foot slipped off
Cash bonds of $200 for each charge Miller struck a pickup truck driven the brake pedal. There was no
were set, according to Deputy Sam- by James Gordon Griffis of Starke damage to Parrish's 1973! Chevy truck
my Eunice. Crawford had failed to when he entered Griffis Loop after when he struck Germaine Lawless 5994Pair .
appear before the court on these stopping at the stop sign. from Dover, Ohio. Damage to : 5 $1 Jergen's Soap
charges. Damage to Miller's 1980 Ford was Lawless' 1978 Volvo was $150, accor- Bath size 4.75-oz. beauty
$2,000 damage to Griffis' 1974 Ford Western Jeans For
Umit 5
William Clifton Johnson, 48, of pickup was$900, according to Trooper Driver's of both vehicles involved in 1 soap. please.
Hawthorne, was arrested March 12 Western style 5-pocket
one mile south of Lawtey for driving 100% cotton jeans with, I 2
while intoxicated and driving while miiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiimiiiimiinnnm slight flare leg. Sizes $ 1. facial tissue.
his license was suspended or revoked. gjiiMiimiiiui 2838. For
Total bond was set at $500, Johnson 2.
j was released on recognizance accor-

ding to Trooper B. A. Williams. A Meats Cut to Order ir }* rk aft y r aow'in
Kevin G. Youngblood of Jackson- Pretend REINFORCED
.... / 6 fort tot
ville was arrested 1 mile south of \)" ft /e4Qy .
oo E.aJy Pair
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trim, padded ankle Butter
Brach's Candies PantyhoseSandoffoot. Cocoa
and durable rubber
Drug ChargesTwo Candy Com, Orange PBtfiforced Reg. 2.60I Palmer's
sole. Sizes to fit Slices Circus toe and paritypantyhose 8-oz. lotion or

Keystone men, Stanley Hwy. 100 South across from Pinehurst the whole I f family. Peanuts and more. OuMn Size. ..1.58 35oz. creme.
William Grayson, 29, and Samual Phone 964-5920
Hughes, 26, were booked into the Clay Prices Good At All Family Dollar Stores 309 South Walnut Street
i County Jail this past week and charg- Through This Weekend. Quantities Limited
1 ed in the same drug related case. Whole Bag Paramount On Some Items. No Sales To Dealers. Stark. RaMs
According to the report by the Clay 4 9
County Sheriff's Department, FRYERS
, was arrested at his . . . .LL
< residence on Baker Road on March 9 Sunnyland Reg. or Beef 9 -
Ij j and charged with possession of cocaine 11
"\1 possession. possession of drug paraphernalia.of cannibus and Jumbo Franks Lb. Pack Randy HayesHow

I Some 22 marijauna plants were tykes Oak Creek Sliced' FP&L
reportly found growing outside the
residence. Bacon u.7
Hughes who. was present at the . .. . 9I Will Help Pay For
residence, left the scene and later
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charged with possession of can- Thursday and Friday til 8 pm rofy This Summer

nibus.Grayson bonded out with a $752 Closed Sunday for Church

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" 1 Man's Junk Is Another's Treasure

i 1'. : I You'll have to wait until next year "Hey, boy what you doing bidding Mott. Chief mechanic Edwin Vickery

I'I now, but, there are some great deals against me?" asked the senior Elix- acted as a spotter for items as they
I at the annual auction of surplus property son, who got an embarrassed look were bid, and other operations center;
from the Bradford County from his son. employees put in a Saturday.The P
school system. pile of metal and tires at the
left sold for $350 about the highest
I ,. Of course one man's treasure is Director Being auctioned Lennard off by Operations in actionat price that anything brought.
i another man's junk. the photo at the bottom left the Below a desk is loaded as the auction -
But you could have bought your items declared surplus and unneeded continued.
I student a school desk shown at bottom ,
o School computer programmer
by any school teacher, the "Junk"sold
to study in home,for little as
a as
for a total of $2,870. Marion Payne, at bottom right
50 cents or a dollar or $5 at the most bought several items for the 15 rentalhouses

t" for a good looking sturdy wooden desk The 33 bidders present were each he owns with an eye toward his
like you used to sit in. Of course some given a number, which was written retirement.A .
kids like the kitchen table better. down on a list by Mrs. Ernestine hospital bed is sold at bottom

Register, who was lucky enough to center. Used equipment dealer
{i' Adding machines, typewriters, help her husband for the grueling day George Ricks and Ernest Smith were

I :f'. 'black machines&, vacuum white TV c cleaners:sets,,. carpet copy and operation center employee J.E. the top bidders. 1r ..,,. .

'' II, cleaners, florescent lights, old lawn "
mowers, air-conditioning equipment, I
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less than $10, a perfectly good wooden 1I. 1ai
s table with a formica top that could be
.I. put to a my raid of uses. I've still got to
figure out what to do with mine. M

There were two huge piles of school Y '
furniture, one shown at the left below, Li: r i .'
., that looked like junk. One pile went to i : .. U
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official? The other pile went to Kenneth -

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Petty's Store, Post Office,, At,Putnam. Hall ***- '


Offers Picture of Past to SR-1OO TravelersA

casual passerby might never The second story porch has been I the same location: .go to. No,I hope they never change"it uuuJJ A
notice the post office side of Mrs. taken down and the building has The people in Putnam Hall want to a bit and you can quote me on that. M1 :4
Triest's general store. A small changed ownership.i. keep it just the way it is. The old wooden building perched on fl, L i h
wooden sign propped next to the A small general I the rim of Putnam Prairie combines a wrtM.p N
flagpole tells visitors that the servicewas store, owned by Clarence Petty and ; "Lord, I hope they never change it general store and a post office, iM. ,
first established in 1875.The present run by Mrs. Triest, has replaced the or put in a new building here," she presided over by Postmaster Thema! t.
office was built In the 1930's by old dining room but the little post office said. "Folks around here wouldn't Triest. She says she likes it just fine
the Tyre family of Putnam Hall. still serves its customers from know waht to do with two buildings to the way it is. ."
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Mrs.Triest has been postmaster for| ." I&J.... ..,."'r.....!f..1...
10 years and thinks her office is one of "," ,' > ... :,
the oldest in the area. i'iJAA; I ". r! 'j "
The Tyre family, who constructed i I \, .:'\
the building, lived in the upper story "; .\,
and operated the combination Post .
Office Dining Room on the ground : t yH :,: oj '
floor. y ., 1$ i
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The building is constructed of a r" ;'
special wood not readily available to
modern builders known as Pecky
Cypress.The wood was painstakingly t iy t
painted in with a pastel color by I "-'\
depression era craftsmen who work
ed under longer deadlines than thoseof d
today +P"

Mrs. L.B. Tyre was the first Postmaster Triest
postmaster in the building.She had to '
throw the mailbag onto a moving :;
train every day as it slowed down for i ;,
the Putnam Hall pickup because
there was no train depot In the town in
those days.Nowadays,mail is pickedup LL
by truck.A USED

large turpentine mill provided the .
townspeople with employment when Iti tt ,l qi+ .. M '*{,M ===
the post office opened.The office had + ( .r IS is t OFFICE
the only telephone in the entire area'
in those days.
The original guilded metal 1> yr1 4 Yag
[cage in Mrs. Triest's office teller"j 00000ooooopOO Equipment
(changed from the 1930's
(number of post office boxes has 'd .
I grown steadily over the years to over I
j40 at the present time. Can Save

$ Little else has changed and most of'' .... ,, w __ _..-a-- _..J!...' )
{the customers seem to like it that

"way. Thelma Triest Stands Outside of Petty's Grocery in Putnam Hall y You

First Baptist of Lake Butler gg% $ $ $ $

Plans Easter Musical April 11 e lLET'S

ISCM 7000 Electric Portable TypewriterHeavy
The First Baptist Church of Lake glorious resurrection!
Butler will present their Easter The Adult Choir, Adult Ensemble Duty Office Type
Musical, "The Three Nails," SundayS (Diplomats,) and Youth Ensemble GROW!
evening, April 11, beginning at 7:30: (Ambassadors) will combine to makean
I'I p.m. uplifting and joyful sound to 4
;..;;;,The musical is more than just a celebrate the resurrection of our }
.,}musical in the way that it uses 12 Lord.The program Including cast and
'( scenes of moving drama to enhance choir will be over 70 members strong. $26000
,2 the inspiring music throughout the First Baptist Church extends a cor-.
''" musical.tr dial invitation for you to attend this GARDENS
The play will tell the story of Christ exciting and most inspiring musical. .. '
I from"the-daya" .-walked on earth The written and directed .
musicals ... ..
teact tng .ilhd'hhftthrottgh-'tri v *by"B6dri Ifr oks;"Minister"of r -Hurry'! Limited i Used Machine Table Standard Manualfor
trial, crucifixion, and then His Musical and Youth. .
; Quantities Typewriter or UnderwoodTypewriter



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MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY 2 keys with tax figured
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*If.; "The Doctor Of Tomorrow Will Give No Medicine r-- $30000 $425
But Will Interest His Patients In The Care Of The Human :
.Frame In Diet And In The Cause& Prevention. Of Disease"

EDISON r 14 Drawer Lateral 1 Olivette
24 Hour Emergency Answering Service S

Monday thru Friday' 8:30 to G Saturday 9 to 2 File Cabinet Mechanical ,Adder

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A planned unit developmenton $225 $3000


beautiful Crosby Lake MANY TYPES 1 Glass Heavy Duty Wood
of Starke on SR 100 '
1 mile west 6' Plants To
Tray Show Case 3 store fixtures
18 Lakefront Lots Make Offer Make Offer

28 Lake Access Lots :

Highly Restricted for Single-Family Homes I 2/s THEo

March 20-21 27-28 t DFFICE B

Sat., Sun.. 10 am to 5 pm 110 SHOP w. CollStarke I

I Sea Cloud Realty,

I 4546 El.Mar Drive G 11g BRADFORD SQUARE (j 964.5764. l ...

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Pat Cecelia Terwillegar Renamed, to Suwannee Authority Boards

Two Weeks Left ,. Cecelia Terwillegar a local realtor Oct. 20, J984. president of the Bradford-Union

Only received a letters this week from Gov. Oct. 23, 1979. She has been reappointed Board of Realtors and is pres'etlyserving
; Bob Graham and Secretary of State to a term which runs until on the board of Bradfcft-d-
George Firestone reappointing her as Union Vocational-Technical Center.
nov a member of the governing board of Mrs. Terwillegar is currently servo Mrs. Terwillegar has been ::the

all the Suwannee River Authority.Mrs. ing on the Starke Planning & Zoning owner of Terwillegar Realty, 20gN.
per Before County Fair Terwillegar represents Brad Board on which she has been a Temple Ave., Starke for the' gist:!

sch ford County and was first appointed member since 1978. She was the first seven years. :':!:

amI s Lillian Pearson Joins Terwillegar Realty! I

Bradford County Fair Assoclatlo).
stu c r Mrs. Lillian Pearson' is now Mrs. Pearson is active in civic affairs ...In 1981 Mrs Pearson was president
tor- r associated with Terwillegar Realty of in Bradford County. Some of her of the Bradford-Union County

so''I. ', Starke. honors are: Board of Realtors. She was a member
r., nf+? Mrs. Pearson and Mrs. Cecelia Ter ...Past vice-president of the Brad- of the board of directors of :=the
liki willegar went to real estate school ford County Democratic Committee.She Bradford-Clay Board of Realtors in
kid together and earned their real estate has served as state commit- 1976-77, and in 1979 became a menrixr

t licenses together in 1973. Mrs. Pearson teewoman. of the board of directors of :She:
I t operated her own real estate ...In 1978 she was president of the Bradford-Union board. ;
bh ui su business in Lawtey until August 1979 Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. Pearson resides at $12
micle when she moved to Starke and joinedthe ...In '78 Mrs. Pearson was BPW Redgrave Street in Starke with pier

i Ralph Bryan Agency, with which Woman-of-the-Year. husband Gene Pearson a retired u-

mean ".'" ., she was associated until recently. ...In 1979 she was president of the ,Pont employee.

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Bradford Fairgrounds Has New Entranceway...

Instructor Silas Jenkinskit, andacuupleofhtudcrdatn (dance that hds two patio-like buildings to either aide and a Your Boat Ready for Summer
I I his Vo-Tech masonry class are!shown putting the finishing brand new ticket booth.
touches on a newly-poured sidewalk at Ihe Bradford ('01111'
ty Fairground! last "l'l'k. 'I'he' improvements came in time for this year's CountyThe with

walkway brings "'alrgruundsbiton Into u sea en air. which Is set to run !March 3I through April 3. a Tune-up. ';

Only two weeks remain until the 32nd annual noon, don't despair. Ward will also be there

Bradford County Fair opens its gates at 11 a.m. from 7 9 p in that evening. Griffis & Son's Fiberglass t tr:
March 31, beginning a four-day festival of The Heel Show begins at 2:30: p.m. and at this '
entertainment. I time 52 .steers will be shown. Not to be outdone kut'

Ticket prices have increased this year, with 74 swine will be shown at 7 p.m. US 301 N. 964-5531 ,(
advance tickets 3-for-l and 75 Midway rides and exhibits will continue into ''Jt '
costing cents
per ticket at the gate. Advance tickets are the second day (Apr. 1) with the 7 p.m. Swine OPEN: Mon.-Fri. 8 am to 5 pm Sat. until Noon

available at Bradford Middle School, Suuthsideand sale being the highlight.
Repair & Service on all makes & models with qualified mechanics.
Starke Elementary Schools, all Lake On Friday the 7:30: p.m. Bradford-Union
Butler Schools and the Bradford County KFA. 411 Steer Show will be held
Chamber of Commerce.A Saturday will feature the 1 p.m. beef sale and

new outfit, the Johnny United Shows, will 7:30: p m. Bradford-Union FFA-4H Steer Sale. ''0. ..
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uc runnmg the midway, and odes are expecieuto '
be much better than before according to Bill :

Wilson Opening, fair day manager.is also Senior Citizens Day with I Union County Ads I Keystone Heights Ads I

free admission for senior citizens. At noon the

Starke Rotary Club will put on its annual I

Elizabeth Ward.. Miss America 1982 will ar TRUCKS ':
rive at 2 p.m. and be on hand for most ofWednesday's 3 BEDROOM. 3 BATH BIN GO .AM ( RICAN HOMES I
RESPONSIBLE and 473-2879.
unable to make it to the fair during the aficrltL Dual wheels $ 15. Phone Ira large swimming pool Saturdays, 7 p.m. and Sundays with attachments. Excellent $130 up.
take. over on Lake Geneva Mobile Home TWO VOLKSWAGEN
496 33VJ .. I 2 to S, Public Invited
anyt. ,: Itchg several condition. $50.
; 3.(8 <0" .' .. landscaped Spinet Console Piano Call 'tfnchg 3/4 park, 3//)tfnchg"/! CAMPERS\'Otie' ...od-up,
., buildings, with 2-:$ 473-4113 otter 4 2tchg a
e .H-... IJOsr l'l'ik'161t'.. err offs' .out. located on SR 18 be"sfrIAlacolty.'Wilt. Mr. ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSt 3/18-23 p.m. OFFICE SPACtfacingLawrence One.stroigbt'top.; -ChWop
acres Foster, P.O. Box 56)) Closed Blvd. Next doorto 473.4346 or 481.4004.2tchg
old 'with.
.r registered no ,
Springs LIVING ROOM COUCH 90 inches
near Worthington .
Astor, Fla. 32002. 3tpd Andrews Drugs. Call 3/11 3/18. :
q rP $75 Phone meetings Monday 8
papers owner finance, Call p.m. long gold In color
2/253/43/1 )I. 1975
473-3411,3/4 tfnchg. GRAND. M
496 U.'J8 after" Friday 8
Open meetings
llchg 496.3625 after 7 TFN condition. See In
; p.m. great '
3 18FREE p.m. Alanon Monday 8 3 BR, 2 BATH. furnished AT/AC PS, PB. AM/8
2/4. Monitor office. $100 3/18
ENCIISH IVY PLANTS SEED FERTILIZER p.m. All meetings at tfnchrg mobile home, $220 per Track Stereo $1,500 lest}

Calodiurn bulbs bedding, Dolirnite, feed. Moonlight Educational Building Com FROST-FREE GOOD condition month. Keystone Heights offer. 473.2479 2Cchg
wa plants bees, shrubs and Enterprises, Hwy 100 munity Church 473.2790 or refirgeratorfreezerwith Realty Realtor 4734961. 3/11.18 ;
amaryllis Contrary Mary'sGarden Bradford-Union County PERSONALSERVICES 475.2130.3/4 tfn chg. double doors $150. 3/4tfn chg.
line. Phone 9044962093. Call 4733607. Itchg 3/18 i
LaOosse hone 462-1561. 4.chg. 3/43/11 3/183/25. dues, fees or weighins 52 IN. SOLID BRASS apartment on lake- SERVICES 1
Closed: and Mon meetings Tuesday Geneva across from tennis
Sunday TWO COMMERCIAL open "Classic" ceiling fan with 4
,., day 2tchg 3 18 3,'23 BUILDINGS: Side by side In Free estimates local 7:30 p.m., St. Anne's pecan blades. Never been courts. $125 per month.
; :",- .'., ATTENTION. BIG FURNITURE Lake Butler. One has 1260 distributes for completely Episcopal Church, used. $200 or best offer. First, last $50 damage CARPENTER WCjRKr'
l'l' Phone 473.7086 Remodeling work kit"an
YARD SALEi Keystone Heights. Thurs
rt atJIM. feet one has 2400square 4732195. No collect calls
square washable
n notionallyad"erti.ed after 6 3/11 tfnchg cabinets, and )rim
Furniture day,9:30 Community p.m.
t s Mostly feet. Will ...11togeth.r Garda.tteDraperies. : a.m. please. Itpd 3/18.
1 QGIN r 4S4 furniture. Some Stat. Bank of Starke. PARTIALLY FURNISHED 1 BR carpenter Reasonable
repu new. or seporetly. I ELECTRIC STOVE AND
SSW Enterprises
old stock Odds and ends. shop to 473-2790 or 9648587. 7/4 REFRIGERATOR $45 each. flat. In historical', building prices. Call 473-2417.17:30
want to move print .
Ed LamaSt.ph.n.
or .
downtown Melibse.. $175 a.m. 530 3'4.f chg.
tin pm
BtxUiing sofas chairs, trailer park area. Will 496.2219. chg. North of lake Broolyn )
j L; 1'levpis head boards, finance Ray Powell 3/I/80TFN. BINGOLions Club across Bridge 3rd house on per. mo. Call 4751222. AfFORDABLE A TOUPHOLSTER't
I' t tables bedroom: suites, 4963377. from high school Rd. 4tchg31141.. EKe lent
Brooklyn Bay Itpd
a.m workmanship atreasonable
dinette etc. Come early. TFN 3/11. Tuesdays Early Bird 7 3/18.
until S Hot meals. '
I i get bust selections' 10 per. 4 RENTAL HOMES COMMERCIAL supervised p.m.play. Ages 1.5. p.m.; Regular, 7:30: p.m. E'hp riding mower with ONE. TWO AND THREE BR gvodoble.iple. ocol
cent off for cash No BLDG. and property Joannah Andrews, 490 SW Public Invited. 3/4 tfn chg. rebuilt engine, new bat. mobile homes for rent. T references 13
luyaways I Bring your on SR-100. Commercial 4th St. lake Butler, WHOLESALE AUC tery and blades. Front end both, CH/A. on Lake Years e"ped'enc. For
truck $20 delivery TIONevery Monday, 7 Geneva from Appt call jjll-615 or
charge site on SR121. 4962496. 2tchg 3/18 3/23 rebuilt. Only used 3 hrs. across Copt.
come visit 5 uth
except senior citizens. Beautiful 'lake front home p.m. TruckloadsTools, Must sell $425. 475.1720 Groggs on SR-100 nearKeystone
Hui bargains galore Furniture, Groceries, Electronics Heights,\''' Main, Gaine.v "., B m.
y lots. Contact 3/li.
large Itchg
on $7 a day or night, M-F, \ 4 n..t.ltp0\ 10 er's
\ p.m.
Starts 8 a n Saturday on. Farmers and Dealers Bank Jewelery, Toys.Games. 473.2722.3tchg 3/11.25
downtown Lake Butler
ly. March 6 Jim's Furniture, 4962101. TFN 3/18. Novelties, Pot- 'MOBILE HOME In lake Weldlng.i\:hg" 3.1,11.2 .
455 Main St. lake Butler If 80 PONTIAC BONNEVILLC residence large home and tery, Clothing Household Geneva on'SR100. Furnished .ALOI VERA. Skin.ond.H olth

'. I Itchg 3'4. 24.000 miles, excellent yard(Welch) Contact Waters 4962837.Jane Items, Many MiscellaneousItems. HOMES FOR 2 BR, Central H/A, Core Product t(99( B f
-i- PINET CONSOLE PIANO condition 5950. Roundtable 95% New MerchanaIs. utility shed. $225 first, lost Aloe Vera) now aVQ1obl.!
1tpd 3/IB. SALEFOR In your area. 413.3t>" or
FOR SALE Wont.d: with 4 chairs. Rattan TWO FAMILY YARD SALE Public Auctions, $50 Security Deposit
Responsible party to 'lok.over glass top-J280. Phone every Friday 7 p.m; Every 473-3311 or 473.2093.3/18 475-2983. 3tchg 31125.
Saturday, 9-5 menswomens SALE Lake Geneva CARPENTRY AND MASONRY
Can 'be Sunday Afternmoon, 2
piano seen tfnchg
4963027. 3/18.
locally Write, Mr. Powers IIchg girls and boy p.m. New Used and Junk. Mobil. Home Sales, $7.770 NEAR LAKE BROOKLYN WORK Building pajios.,
1 clothet-all .Iz... SR 121 10 down $99 month for additions, remod.ling.home. ,
Box 327 Carlyle Illinois Everyone Welcome. Keystone Heights. Call Jim
62231 or ..all 404.232420, near Worthington before Highway 17 North, at City 14X50 liberty. Double at 4732604. Itpd 3/18 and tile work Free
Rome Georgia 2lpd 3'4 overpass, follow signs. limits, Palatka Fl. wides starting at 13995. 3 TON SELF.CONTAINED estimates. Phone 473. 473
HELP WANTEDU.S. l Itchg 3/18. Tele-684-4323 AuctioneerCol. Come check ,all of our AC with heat. Used little during day. 4tpd. 1S-4/8:

Bill ,Perry, 4tpd models and special prices. $450. See at Trading Post tin l
W INSURANCEMAINES 225318. '/> miles East of Keystoneon SR-21 north. Ilpd3l8WANTED ,
POSTAGE STAMPS) Due Hwy 100. tfnchg 3/4 Quality Painting
to postage rate Increase, .
I I national company Immediately : 160 S. lake Ave., Lake YARD SALE Interior Exterior
a Butler.496-3978. CompleteInsurance FREE Estimates
i distributor In this area to FOR SALE
9 311'f' service pre-established accounts EVERY THURSDAY Friday. References -
No selling. LAKE LOT on sand bottomed Saturday. Trading Post 2 USED WILSON T.2000 tennis Call Dave Hamiltonat
'. i Minimum Investment FOR RENTTYPEWRITTERS lake In Hillcrest. $800 miles North, SR-21. New racquets, call 473-2210 or 473-3919
i $4993. Call TOLL FREE down, $146.44 per month. and used items Furniture/ 473.4380 after 3:00: p.m.lfn -.
I cT 1 1-800-833-2246 Ext. 112 t or AND AD- Phone 473-4038 or Tools, livestock and pet pel 2/4
lI write S.E.I. Inc.. 811 Atlanta DING MACHINES FOR 473-4367 after 6 p.m. supplies, saddles Steve BroadwayTREE
.. ;}S Road Camming. GA. RENT Union County Times. tfnchg 3/4 household Items. Much HELP
30130. Florida Adv. more. 1 Itpd 318.
85 SW 2nd Ave., LokButler. WANTEDI
e ImveaiH'lt'CtioH No. 492. 2lpd3/183/2S. .
Keystone Heights owner
We also repair of YARD SALE Fri. a Sat.. Removal
'; financed. 12 percent Interest *
ofStrincbt'rryjttrs REAL flee machines. Phone lots on clear, sand March 19 20. North on I EARNED $23.000 last year
496-2261 for more bottomed lake, priced to Rd. 21 to C-3S2, go 2 mileson part time. Only 5 applicants Trimming
tion. TFN 10/1.
ESTATE to White for train-
sell from 9900. One to pavement accepted
five acres overlooking lake Sands lake. See signs. Ing. For Interview call Free Estimate

crt ;: _ LOOKING FOR a special (access available) with 3/18 llchg 473.7373 anytime after 12noon.2tchg
Sm Rent
.U.fIl, : it't, piece of property If I For nice tree from $3,600, 3/18-23 473-4732
don't have It. I'll find it-Just $30 REWARDFOR $SOO down $SO a month. KEYSTONE UNITED
Itotikcntla! askJANE S. USHER Commercial frontage- METHODIST CHURCH Is After 5 Pi4.]
; REALTOR 496-2126 or Investment opportunity. currently seeking someoneto
Sill timHl 1')' 4962903. eves.. "Your' Good TenantsIf SR-21 N. Owner-salesman. FOR RENTFOR fill the position of Ke stone Hei'hts
Union County Realtor, tin I I I 473-4373. tfnchg 3/4 organist and/or choir
1 Ir'oudroods, 3/26. you have a steady Job BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA RENTi New brick house'on director. Those interestedIn ,

FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE and good credit references access lots from $>.500. wooded lot. 3 BR, 2 this ministry may call MuntUy Rtdf '
) *
) NEEDSiCall Ven.ro Brown we'll 'knock $10 473-3829 or 4731293.
$500 down $71.74.per
1 ,11"phiNs'I'rit'r'ta baths, C/A dishwasher,
.. s, 496.3022. Sandy Haxen each off your first third month. Discount on entire incl. House has lake Salary Is negotiable. 3/11 I SERVICESKcialrt
r 496-3994 eves orGerrl lennon -' 10 acres. One Walerfron. range tfnchg I :
and months rent
Y2Jw, ..wdzdewr-eel"{ :_ ( ilePYt' I'lfttr'srTN6 4963140. Tiffin and fifth .lot. Call 473-4373. 3/4 access lot on sand bottom ENGINEERING ASSISTANT I
1' when paid on time to lake. $400 monthly plus
Owens Inc. The Board of Commissioners
Realtor Rt. 2 tfnchg County
Here she is... Box help us celebrate open- security deposit. 9648073. t I E1f11
788. lake Butler. FL. OAK FOREST LOT. 5 acres, Clay County, is
;; Miss America... tfn chg. 8/6. ing of our second phase corner lot. Assume low Interest 3/18tfn seeking to hire an I I S' K
JOHN K. LANGFORD of rental units rate Priced 12000. engineering assistant withat

: Elizabeth OFFICB Jr.Realtor Associate .Pints Mobs Home Village) Call collect 269.9707, WANTED Responsiblewoman least three ((3)) years job 1:212
Ward Miss America 1982 la a ((496.3814)) with AAA Real SR 121 at East Walter Williams Realty. to share lake front experience. Applicants
1: brown-eyed beauty with dark brown hair hall- SHOP Estate Agency 752.0577 announces Lake Butler city limits 4lchg3/25-4/lJ home. Private entrance 2 should submit a detailed Of MaforElactrlo
Ing from
Russellville Ark. nationwide service BR, 1 Both share kitchen resume to the Clay County litliaitcetSmlRj
A see err.f Phone 496-2368 7-8 pm IV OWN E.. Nice 1 BR horn
tennis swimming and movie buff the 5'9"Ward and referrals since affiliating and laundry privileges, Public Works Office Room
i l. a Junior in her for details .or drop by on 1 acre plus near Paynes IradfaH I
at the Lfnlv. of Arkansas stu- with Independent Call Sandy 473-1976 Saturday 304. P.O. Box 136S, Green
dying accounting and hopes to get Into law Realty Marketing Service. any afternoon for application $19,500 torn between 3.5 p.m. Itpd Cove Springs, Fl. 32043 > Clay Countiet
financing. Call .
school. TFN 2/4. and vlewtn!!. tla 466.3450.2tchg 3/18. Phone 269-6301 or
31118. 284-6301. 2tchg 31825. tysTeeee ih-i, r. ;t..err


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Color TV'sAnten'na' 530 CASE TRACTOR Heavy MIMOSA 'MANOR MOBILE RENTl Vegetable I GOOD PRICES PAID for used -
garden plats excellent sol',I
NEEDED with OR ex duty Industrial with loader HOME PARK mobile homes ] mobile homes if mortgage 4g
for 4 mile
garden N. o /Jruiillar
and Excellent for it 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SS
further and
perience. PRN. For grade-box. spaces rent.
Spec. In r.c.lvlngChann.I' LOVELY CEDAR HOME. 3 BR. Starke. 9647145. 3/11 MOBILE HOME SALES.
Brad. condition.
Information contact Recreationalvehicles! 7
30 & 47 2 BA with large rooms. 2tchg 3/25 9645606. Open 7 dayst i
ford County Hospital, Personnel 4734417. 1/14 tfn welcam.'hone 468-2912. ;:
FOR LEASE 40' sea
782-3577 Fireplace. 12x20 screenedporch. seeds.fertilizer weekly. TFchg
Dept., 964-6000. FOR SALE Plants' TFchg LREALTYi
am 7 pm Privacy garden.: 3/11 21chg 3/18 dolomite feed. HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping restaurant. compIeteIequipped. !)fAXLES 4 TIRES: 2 axles + 4
?? ? Can be
? seen a "
Many extras. One yr old. HELP WANTED Little Champ Moonlight Enterprises room. TV and air. To.Reno Motel 1900 N tires We pick.up. $100; 1
Assum, mortg. 11'/i % Food Store, applications Hwy. 100. Bradford-Union Underwood Motel 3 miles You deliver $125. Olins m'
Temple. 9646784. 3/li 9 :
CARS & after 5 PM. 473-7059, 1/21 are being accepted for full County Line (9044962093.) North of Starke on Hwy. 2tchg 3/25 Mobile Home Sales Hwy PHONE 964-7776 -... .
tfn and part.tlme employment 3/4 4tchg 3/25 301. 10/9 tfn 100 W Storke. 9645606. CCCElll

TRUCKSJ9SO OWNER FINANCING on for 73. and 3-11 BIRD DOGS: Father short 3 BR, 1 BA LIVING ROOM, 2 BR UNFURNISHED APT. fo r TFchg TMWILLI6M 205 N. Temple, StarkeIT'S

LAKE BEDFORD.. 3 shifts, car and telephone hair German, Mother, dining room & kitchen, Rent I 120 Myrtle St.. stove CASH PAID for aluminum
FORD PINTO R.d. $300 bedrooms. 2 bath. with essential, company Lemon pointer. $50 each. central heat and air. In ref. & carpet furnished. Nc; cans. 21e. Copper. brass
down, benefits vacations, 782-3784. 3/11 2tchg 3/18 Phone 468.I 779. : and batteries. HSR Block INCREDIBLE!
assume paymentsof large eat-in kitchen 12x24 paid Hampton. pels." No children. $19!
$130.09 p.r month. Call screened porch, detached health Insurance and FOR SALE Play pen 40 x 40 (lit month rent in ad. month. 9648944. 3/l
,9647414.311 2tchg 3/18 credit, union. Pick original cost $54, $25. vance.)5/7) tfn clenny Florida Call
up applications Itchg
carport w/storoge Neat & Clean 3 BR 1 % ba., CH & CA 2
2596992. 1/07 tfn on
17. LINCOLN CONTINEN. at any Little 964-8498. 3/18 Itchg LAKEFRONT RENTAL: 2 BR, 1
TAt Mark IV Castler 62500. Call 4733186. Champ Store. Interviews WURLITZER PIANO: Console BA on Crosby Lake. Par. NEED TO RENT Florida Corrections lots.. fenced. Lake Access. Assumoble.1
2/25 4tchg 3/18
Series, Low Miles, Fully FOR THE NON. will be conducted at 708 N. light oak finish with tially furnished. One yrs. LOSTFOUNDREWARD employee movingto 8'/ % VA mort. 55000. Crystal Lake
Equipped. (:'.an. $4495. Temple Ave.. Stark., bench. $800. Phone lease. $225 per mo. Welgel area from out of state
Call 9647625. 3/18 Itpd CONFORMIST A house Thursday March 18. 11 4963631. 3/18 Itchg Realty Inc., 2825201. 1/28 : for 2 goats los t looking for 1 BR furnished

?7S MAVERICK, Air, auto, which' Is not run of the mill. a.m. to 2 p.m. 3/18 Itchg FOR SALE: 1 boat trailer, tfn near Brooker Rd. and Hwj)' efficiency apartment. Bradford Villas-A new concept In lifestyle with tow

PS new tire, must tell 3 bedrooms 2 baths MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST: will haul 16 ft. boat. 413 301. Call 964-6727. llpc steeping room in private maintenance: adult housing offering charm comfort 1
make reasonable offer. decks, energy; savers. 9.28 Fulltime medical Polk St.. 9645751. 3/18 3/18 home with limited cooking quality along with energy efficiency.EXECUTIVE .

Call 964-6664 after 6 p.m. acres completely fenced. technologist with generallab Itchg Classified Ads LOST: Black Angus bull,, privileges or will share * * * *
3/18 Itchg Two ponds woods, experience. State FOR SALE Pure breed opp. 600 Ib*. Last seen or house. Will furnishI HOMES

171 FORD LTDi Brougham pasture. Affordable at License required. Bradford brown swiss heffer. 8 mos. Get Results 301 and SR 16 any infer. references Write P.O Luxurious brick home near Country Club. Lots of
12% Call 964-6741. 3/18 3/18 old. $225. Firm. 782-3376. Drawer A, Starke. Fla.
automatic PS
trans., A/C County Hospital. mation please call Jim,, storage. 3 BR 2 BA well designed. Priced right
,PS, Radio & Heater, 2 new Itpd Itchg 3/18 IlehgBULLDOG KITCHfcN/CFFICIENCV 9645801. 32091. 2/25 tfn
Itpd Handsome, new brick 3 BR 2 BA home In Connvrly
.tires, dependable RECEPTIONIST/TYPIST: Local PUPPIES 3 weeks ROOMS for rent at low :
transportation $550. firm needs person to fill old. Pub and English. Call weekly rate*. Call Temple gold and sterling silver Estates Fireplace appliances. Excellent Insulation
'964-6805. 3/18 2tchg 3/25 PERSONAL key position Administrative evenings after 5 p.m. Motel. 96".7357.2/18 EOW MISCELLANEOUSGOSPEL J.R. Bullmgton 964 6250 Geneva Lk. Est. energy eff. home. Circle drv'wy 3BR 1

::FOR SALE 1978 Chevy secretarial 964.6224. 3/18 llpd. MOBILE HOME: 2 bedroom. 3/18 tfnI BA. S45.000. VA mtg. $37.8261'1.% Int.

.Blazer IC ... Call 964-5435. SERVICES and typing skills required. HAY Very good quality. for 1 bath on one acre fenced. SING: Sat.. March Magnificent Ig. home In Country Club Estates 3 BR 3 BA

'anytime. 3/18 Itchg Duties include telephone cattle and horses. Clifford garage storage shed $200 20 7:30: p.m. featuring the t COMMERCIAL HUGE FR w/fireplace on 2 lots.
:FOR SALE 1974 Chev. Im- typing. shorthand" and fil Martin phone 9647145. per mo. $100 deposit. Call Frampton Family at Plea Conventional home In Geneva Lk. Estates S BR. 2'i BA

palo, 350 engine, runs BATHTUBS REFINISHED In ing. Send resume stating 3/18 4tchg 4/8 622-5620 after 5 p.m. 2/25 sant Hope Church, 301 N.,,: PROPERTY sunken FR w/fireploce; LR; DR: 3/4 ac. wooded lot pv d

good. $650. 782-3960. 3/18 your home. Guaranteed. qualifications, experience 10 ACRES FOR SALE on For- tfn Pastor J.C. Cercy, drv'wy, excellent financing.

Itchg Free estimate $79.95 references and phone syth Rd. Small equity and CULLIGAN fully automatic welcomes all. 3/18 Itchg BRADFORD MINI LAKEFRONT
178 T-BIRDt AM/FM 99.95 with sink Ultra- number to P.O. Box 423, take over payments. water conditioning $3.75 WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX Lot on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees $14 000

8-track power ..eats.pow.r Glaze. 964-8903.3/11 tIn Starke, Florida 32091. 964-5146. 3/183lchg 4/1 per mo. Installation extra. WANTED for sale. 80 petowner Tropical lot on beautiful lake Genovt Only $?! 200
brakes condi DAY CARE MANAGER Limited offer Call
good :
GOODMAN CAR WASH: financing avalable Board/batten cottage. Lk. Brooklyn $ 1800.
tion. 782-3690. 3/18 2tchg $8,320 $10,000. Must FOUR COWS. bred. $450 ea 9647638. 3/4 4tpd 3/25
Wash. and at II ill[ acres with Custom built home. Little Lk. Santo F. 2 Ac $1 10 000
3/25 wax vacuum. have at least 3 years childcare ch 10 mos old bull $400 KINGSLEY LAKE: Adorable WANTED: Babysitting In my pet. Bedford Lk..Owner fin. $17,000.RENT .
1977 FORD F-150 4x4 (Inside and out), $15. Corner experience (with one plus several calves. Call home, private dock heat home day time with hot room for expansion. Phone

Custom built. 4 speed 351 SR.16 and 301. Signal year in a supervisory after 5. 964.8916 or and air, 2 bedroom. I bath, meal. For directions please owner 4732735. 9'24 tfn OR BUY
Betsent Rd: 3 BR 2 BA CH/A. $350 Mo.
Cleveland headers, lift kit. Station. 9648283. 2/4 tfn capacity); or a 2 year 964 6422. Itchg 3/4 living'dining room' combination call 964-8810. 3/18ltpd
--- Silver Lake 2 1 BA $350 Mo.
alum. mags, roll bar and EXPERIENCED PAINTER: Will degree in Child Care maybe 1981 FILLY. bay colored out kitchen DOES ANYONE in the Storke : BR

more. Excellent cond. give good work. Interior or substituted for 1 year of of "Texas Longhorn" AAA," dishwasher" simply lots of area have a Unity Buying: Motorcycle... _. BUY NOW A PROFIT LATER
4500. 964.8890 after 5 exterior Honest with' experience (exclusive of stokes placed (1,000 stud charm. Available April 1. Service Catalog? I lost Frame, 3 BR, pecan trees, 239.17'on paced SRD-IS I 63!>

p.m. 3/181 tpdSHEAFFER good references Call supervisory experience). fee) and "Fill-My-Pocket $300 FIRM. 533-2818 or mine In a home. fire company 1980 SUZUKI dual motorcycle Ac. High a Dry. J23.500.

964-6971. 3/18 Must be able to communicate AA" $800. Call 964-5078. 5332196. 3/4 4tchg 3/25 will not issue new 1300 miles two Owner Financing In lawtey 3 BR CH/A Appro '500

SEWING A ALTERATIONS: well verbally and Itchg 3/4 PALMS APARTMENTS: Furnished catalog until August Call I helmets included. Sfl7S sq. ft Stucco on 1 oc. pv'd. driveway, garage
GRASS SEED 964.8813.3/18I1pd 782-3739 after 5pm :3: 18 7.99 Ac Forsythe Rrf. 14.60' MH. metal barn ,
Dress making all custom orally and be able to ac : ArgenticBahla efficiencies and 1 on ooconpoarh

: _/: :; I made, call 964-8074 quire a working in 50-1500 lb. bulks. BR opts., weekly or mon WORK WANTED: Need you Hchg apple trees Grapevine. $3R.000.
anytime. 3/18 41 4/8 knowledge of related Call Dr. Pennington thly. NEW FURNISHED house cleaned? Call I 'loM 63 S 65 on Cypress St. Crystal Lk Hometitei $4 tuti

JEROME WILLIAMS: Minor agencies. Apply by April 5, 964-6411. Itchg 3/4 STUDIOS. 2313 N. Temple 473-2854 experienced Hill Security Service Commerclal-250' on Hwy. 301. Owner financing

auto repairs, washing. and 1982. Monday-Friday. 1 Ave.. Starke. 3/11 I tip 9/02 have references, prices took smithing 809 N. W..tmor.land-Nearly new. Assum mtg

A cleaning service. 782-3767. p.m. to 4 p.m. only. 1080N. USED ALUMINUM PLATES: FURNISHED One bedroomapartment negotiable, call after 4- Burglar and Excellent commercial prop. Many uses Approx i iw <>.

3/18 21chg 3/25 Pine St., (Old R.J.E. 24x36". 25 cents each. Used for rent. 314 N. p.m. 3/182tchg 3/25 Fire Alarms /155 It. an 301. Steel bldgs. Extras too numerous "*

AUTO REPAIR: road service, High School) CommunityDay In printing newspaper. Temple Ave. Convenient to r 24 Hour Service< 0 Commercial lot with 120 ft. on US.301 Good buy

Gift pick up and delivery 24 Care Center. 3/18 Great for minor repair town. Call 964-7344.. 3/18 SALEMONTGOMERY ((904)) 964.5849 \ large CB Home on 20 ac. SR.18. Sacrifice Moke OlIn

totreasure. hours. Average 1 day ser Itchg jobs Bradford County 2tpd 325FURNISHED 1520 S. Walnut Geneva Lake Estateswooded '/, oc lots term Cluim,,
Telegraph 9646305. tfn. : BR opt. 404
vice. 964-7553. 3/4tfn Don Hill Owner neighborhood w/rolling hilt.. Tennis courts
be able to read and write CARPET, NEW t USED: Furniture Cherry St. Carpet. stove &
J BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete English and have at least 1 & appliances. refrigerator i $100. dep.. WARD 7TH. Day Advent. Church. Rd. 230 A.
sharpening _service circular each of clerical and Freezers TV 415 Melton'Terrace to Appreciate!
year Plumb. fixtures and pipes. $175 monthly, 9648944. Washer ,
,Quatitydesksets.". ; .flared,, carbide' ,. bookkeeping experience.rMasl BARGAIN.CENTER.US-301 3/18ifn ,,,. Stereo Refrigerators. MOBILE HOME Acreage-Davis St. off Hwy. 301 Trailer path?
a gift of-lasting- chajn! ,.tn'oW.' bId4yjioII W' 'be' bllll' td type at a So.. 964.6679. 2/5 tfn ?:! V :a BR MOBILe HOMCrFurnrsh- PHONE 61-8090 SERVICE POLES .334 N. Myrtle-Convenient and reasonable .
beauty and pleasure ground and ba anced. rate .of no less than 45 DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN ed convenient to shopping itOO vMl .5 Acres near Hampton. Well dec pole septic tank

I Leave at Jackson Building wpm. Must be able to HOUSE: 301 South. center, no children or pets. ; ; 4.78 Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.

Supply in Starke, Keytsone relate to all levels of the 9646740. We buy and sell Phone 9648810. 3/181tpd "Iffc: .40 Acres New River. High and rolling.

,I Heights or Lake Butler. public. Apply by April 15 used furniture and ap 2 BR, 1 BATH mobile' ham. 200 AMP Realtor Associates -After Hours

TFNchg 1982 Monday Friday. 1 pliances. 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED Located on 2 acre lot. $150 !* Wayne E. Douglas Broker-Salesman 944.6593
ALCOHOLICS p.m. to 4 p.m. only. 1080N. I TV'S Colors per mo. plus damamge Have picked ,. ; : 235f"CtllT Fred Socket Broker-Salesman 468-16
ANONYMOUSi Phone Pine St. (Old R.J.E. High starting at $100.00. deposit. 431.1918 after 6 you up Anytim* Lillian Pearson Broker-Salesman 964-5318

964.5148 or 964-7619. School) Community Day Trade-in's welcome Phone p.m. 31181tchg your spring and 4SM1I7 WaH Novis Ward Broker-Salesman 964-7454

TFchg Care Center. 3/18Itchg 964.8212. 6/11 tfn FOR RENT: Available April summer catalogue? Byron Terwillegar-964-7774 Martha Do.ko.782.3397

SEWING MACHINES I FIREWOOD: White oak and or earlier. 2 bedroom furnished Anne Terwillegar Nelson-475-1677
LIVE-IN COMPANION: Light pine. $5 per truckload, A/C Apt. on Crystal
REPAIRED All makes
: "housekeeping. Must drivecar. Oak 41C..'., $30 half cord. Lake. White Sand Beach FOR RENT
cleaned oiled and ad. Core of Invalid man. Call Sunshine Acres, good bass fishing lake, no HEVIVALOHTIiSmE !
I, justed. $15 Work Room and board. $75 3200 sq. ft. Warehousewith If you trade your car in every two year
per large deck. 2 baths
964-7699 between
or come out !\;
guaranteed. James week. Call 9645855. Itchg retail or office t doesn't pay to buy near the .jnd of th
9:30 and 2:30 one one porch.
a.m. :
BAPTIST CHURCH I IHd. docks. it' year. You'll lose an extra in clepr. I
Strickland corner MorganRd. 3/4 p.m. and well load for deck with' shower 16 & 225 Intersection I space. Loading year
Hand rubbed Walnut Single and Hwy 16. TFNchg FULL TIME HARDWAREMAN you. 1/28 tfn carpeted deposit required MARCH 20( & 21 Off Hwy. 301. Call
CHAIN LINK FENCE: : Inslall- : No phone colls. Apply j i-V, GALV. ROOFING deep well. $225 464-5294

ed. Free estimates. Handy In person. ACME Hard -$4.20; 74.95; 8'-S.70; per month you furnish 7:10:: PM II-- F STROUT REALTY INC

I Man Fence Co. 9648559. war. 301 E. Call St.. r-$6.4S; 107.20; 11'-$7; light deposit nd pay own Jack Hall EvangelistNursery Bradford I If Lorraine

TFNpd 1281TYPEWRITER Starke. Itchg 3/4 9-5; 12'-S8.70. All sizes. light bill. 473-3581 OpenA I Sunshine Health I Rentals 838 Champion Broke
N. Ave
I Temple
NEEDED Someone to domino
REPAIR: Call picked up. Jacksonville.We References required. For
'the Office"Shop. 110 W. repairs Including manufacture. Call toll your reference on us, con Food % U.S. 301 Phone 964 8931 Or

'Call St.. Storke, for details. ceiling tile replacement. free 1-800-342-2702. 3/4 tact Denmark FurnitureCo. 865 N. Temple Ave. .': Evening 473-3096
9645764. tfn Apply to St. Mark'sEpiscopal 4tchg 3/2S or Philip Clark Realtyor VACATION : Nortph
Church. Florida Bank of Slarke. INFLATIONLife 1 pm-5:30pm: _r' 'I BR I both \I" i m- .
964-6126, Monday through We are a retired couple looks brighter when 964-8976 Tiller. rushed rental v|< a
Doors windows etc. .
Ladder .
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. Friday 8:30: 11:30. YARD SALE looking for young man to you have a second income acreage gnrot j "-
References necessary live In our apt. Especiallyvery Call fB 1 Beds 'Home four, &"
964.6078 also selling Avon.
private likeourselves. front
Mobile Homes
.taken In .Lake BUtler. HAIR STYLIST 'BARGAINS The House of person 475-2467, Mildred Henkle. Mowers p.opeIooIIn
Very for ,,, .
quiet on
now buy '* :1 l
496.3079 and Keystone wanted at David's BarberIng Seeing Is Believing! 212 this lake which I Is a very Moved Tables, J/VA Chair America

Heights 473-4973. 2/26 tin and Hair Designers Call St.. 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.VaIl clear and beautiful swimming Local or statewide Chain Saws Sharpenedand f 3 BR and ..vanmercial -' .
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Macclenny. Call 259-6277 come see us at our '
and skiing lake, conCrete moves. Set-up & connections locutim.
$36 )It
SERVICE Bradford County. ask for David. 3/4 2tchg new location. 3/18 tfn driveway up to front HELP WANTED done. Call Welding
1 YARD SALE Fri. & Sat. 10.., Catalogue all
Richly 4" 7'/i" residential pump-outs 3/11 door of apt. Easy to heat
x dinette Carriers for pape 1-462-4587 evenings. Now list and Sal6
walnut in a simply ele. $50. W.' also re-lay drain INFORMATION ON set couch day and cool. Mr*. l.K. 4t'
gant design with name- lines. Phone 9648121.. AlASKAN and OVERSEAS bed many other items. Whitehead Itchg 3/18 route In Starke area.
Under shed back of Tackle
: plate. 5/28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL .m ro'ym.nt. Excellent Income BAR FOR RENT 3 miles Call Florida Times-, &
Box 341 N. Shop Compare!!
Cor CleanIng potential. Call Temple.LARGE south of Starke. For Information Union from 9-5 e LIMEROCK e
Co mein today and see 2 FAMILY yard sale. p.m.
Service Cleaned ((312)741-9780) Extentlon call 9646502. 8 to 9am. Spci.-i.il I IiiM.ir.iiur For
our complete selection 4258. 3/4 4tpd 3/25 Appliance., clothing, 9645165.BE .
3/19 2tpd 3/25 e DRAIN ROCK e
washed, glazed vacuumed :Mobile I Homo I'.irks
'. U.S. POSTAGE STAMPS Dueto guns. knick-knacks collectibles
of quality desk sets by and : NICE ROOMS FOR RENT
Sheaffer.Classified deodorized.. sanitized$7.00, pick-up postage rate Increase, plants S pottery less Colored TV and air $40 per e GRAVEL ROCK e All I tvpcs of IIDIIHosvncrs -- Simi.Truck Driven
than wholesale or Heavy
national company Immediately something week and Wall to wallcarp.t. A WINNKK
and delivered or your for Fla. up. policies for SUH iMMyTo
needs a everyone. Teresa Call ask C BUILDING SANDS e
place. Call 9647226. ask 1st house on right Rd. mobile lionU's. Fm
distributor in this area to
for Jan. 3/18 4/8 1100
4tchg FABLE IS LOOKING 312 1414
for Dennis. 12/10 tfn 18 off e A-1 TOP SOIL e
St. Rd.
service just 100. Right
pre-established acCounts STARKE: Three bedrooms, .'OR: Call for Quote *
No Bobby's
selling. one bath' house convenient
Minimum Investment 3/18 Itchg igresslve people' to sell ANY AMOUNTPH. Olin's Mobile
to shopping. $225 first
W. Call St. <::iOTHES GALORE Some mo. me of today's most exiting WellDrilling
. $4995. Call TOLL FREE Home
and last plus $50 deposit. 782.3172 Sales
964-7303 brand new, turn of 301 onto and popular ser .
1-800-835-2246 Ext. 112 or II
No .
H r Open write S.E.I. Inc., 811 Atlanta SR 18 Hampton Flo. IIpd.pets" _4681509.. vices. Allen E. Elaine M. Olin, Agent

T.W.AF. til 5:30 Road. Cummlng Ga. Sat.. March 20. 9 a.m. APT. FOR RENT 3 room furnished !NO EXPERIENCENEEDED! Taylor 964-5606 . . .

Thur. 11 AM III 7 PM 30130. Florida Adv. I.D. 4681888. 3/18 llpd apt. of street parkIng I 2" thru 6"
No. 492. 3/4 *MOVING SALE: Piano $400; WILL TRAIN
Sat. AM III 3 PM adults only. no pets.
TEAC real-to-real I Rotary
TRAINING stereo 964-6308
AppointmentsNot tape recorder $200 stereo Call 964.8498. 3/18 itchy "We Pickup, Butcher, Chill. Cut and'! ..Wrap"HARDEE'S
Always Necessary Excellent opportunity for ; I FOR RENT: Furnished 1 Drilling Equip. !
1/7 tinPAINTING individual who is hardworking $60 beige hide-o-bed bedroom apartment, heat

Ads remodeling honest and loyal. $175; couch and choir $150; and air condition. 964-6201 .State. .LicensedPumps. ;,
For call beige arm chair$50; green PhotographerCall
Get Results appointment after 5 3/18
new additions to patio call p.m.
,: chair
964-7461 Sunday oft.r 2 arm $25; king size ;

964-5854 day or night. 544 p.m. and all day Monday. waterbed $300; typing I FOR RENT: 18'' camper at Joe Sappat . . . .
W. Call St. 3/18 4tchg 4/8 Itchg 3/4 table $5; typing chair $3; KOA Campground. Starke. 964.8149 MEAT MARKETFrom New & Used t

orange coffee table (large) Fully -contained, 'propane
$25; wooden chest $30; filing tank loll air conditioned. After the Pen to the Pan Sales.Parts.ServjceEZ .!

We BOATS cabinet $20; (lamp $5; all utilities Included except 6:00 pm We make it Easier for You TermsPlumbing

. ,. provide you Atlas portable sewing for extra dally usage . . .
JOHNSON OUTBOARD machine $30; Must sell by air conditioner. I
:. i with 9,400 copie MOTOR 50 hp. Excellent Sunday. Phone 964-7189. charge Swimming on pool; laundry I Mary Kay 1216 E. Washington St. Open Monday Saturday

condition. $150. Call 3/18 Itchg.: room. [Convenient. store. Florida 32091 . .
lI sold with approx, 4734185. Itchg 3/4 C j GARAGE. SAUl 105 N. Ep. walking distance to shoppIng I Cosmetics I 964.6725'I New Installation

person St., Friday and A
27,000 readers 111' 1S.S GLASTRON Saturday. March 19 A 20 Centershower Louise Starling Remodeling Repairs
SSVI50 with 85 Envlnrude. restroom facilities also I . . .
95. Bunk beds.: hairdryers 473-3092 IJ
available at extra

t Let us showyoiget u how we can $4995.Used only Call 473.4185.1tchg seven time. 3/18. clothes 1tc"gEMODELINO and othermisc. charge yalldon't want to pSves. & Weekends Register Oil & Gas i DitrraricePUMP& t

) .
I use compers'ij facilities.
3/4 II 308 S. Thompson Street '
R SALE: Trail Call Ed ,
$170 pev.imenh>
: rid of you rr' valuable Motel In lawtey. Sat. C Perry ot 64-4".CIf'; owner ': II >fliV 964.5888 t

Sun. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. TVi, Diane .W.!'tcott at, (Golf) SUPPLY
night land//
Garage'Sale/ Items spreads chairs. blankets' >,.:, p COMPANY

.. I 2 prepaid and other mlsc It.ms. 3/18 .' ., '0101 II e LP Gas e Fuel Oil .- ... . . .

; '1 peciaiPriceforal'I Garage Sale At/II'I through April 151 Itchg BRADORD'cOUNT.Y I ROOM I I Home Delivery e Cash & Carry 864N.Temple .

.10 RUMMAGE SALE: Frl. X The Recovery Room of Ave.

lnllToduy 964-C>305 Sinrke 496-2!!:26I$ Luke Dude Sat.. 9-3. behind Calvary TELEGRAPH ,,Archie Lake City Tanner local Dill. Slat-he, Fl.

.. Baptist Church In Funeral .
- <&.473-2210 KeYI stone Fellowship Hall. Itchg 3/4 964-6305 ''Horn'W4-57S7 I.L Martin perfection. Heaters I '
i._. FI. :: 964-7061

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-: 't ''''.. B-U Guidance Clinic: Tests Emergency Response

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I During an emergency,wh At me push or a button, a small The central station equipment and is only one of three services funded by
on the line,every second i IThe' pocket transmitter carried by the per the five home units were purchasedwith the Agency that is being provided by
novat1 Bradford-Union GUi son automatically signals the central a Community Care for The the clinic. The clinic's CCE programhas
,, 'Ij', Clinic has begun a training progrH 'station located at the Bradford Coun- Elderly (CCE) grant awarded to the recently begun providing respite-
per a w .-v : to institute the clinic's EmergemOT ty Hospital.When the signal received clinic by the District III Area Agencyon homemaker services to qualified
\' ,:; Response System,which Isj&Mouwif appropriate emergency personnel Aging, according to David Mc- elderly persons and soon will providea
scht. to begin operation here Mar.:12. with art dispatched to the person's home. Campbell, 'the clinic's Community home delivered meal program to
r the installation of five pushbuttonhome Thf home equipment includes a Support Coordinator who supervisesthe eligible persons in Bradford County.
',: amstv units that allow elderly or smoke detector so that fire as well as emergency response program. Persons who do not qualify for a
I disabled persons-as well as those per rCl t medical and police emergencies may Kerry Clifford, BUGC's Lake Butler unit under the CCE program will still
\. H ..\\I, sons who may desire uchr all' be reported to the station.The smoke Clinic Coordinator and CCE grant be able to rent a uni!"! on a monthly
", tor '" r,.'J' ':. emergency system In the hometo. .detector. automatically sends thesignal. writer for this program,said that the basis in the near future. Interested,'
solik :,.'.) summon emergency. aid. '-- cost of the eqwpment- plus another persons should contact McCampbellat
for 1",1 1_ IS home units-will be 16000. 964-8382 to be placed on a list or for
The Emergency. Response System more Information. r
ar. Mr"

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i r MU. Fashion Frames'for the Entire Family
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tr.: Prescriptions Riled Located At: It doesn't have ;
VI US 301S& Edwards Rd. ,; ,
, Lens Duplicated Across from community Bank
fce Sunglasses 964-8588 to be
.. OPEN: Monday thru Friday
Citizen Discount
"' This is how it works... Saturday 9 am 9 5:30 am: pm-1 pm I. 7 St. Patrick's Day ,:
; David Larry, chief engineer for Link to Life Industries who designed the
J emergency response equipment, explains its usage to members of the Brad- Professional OpHdcns of Florida to save the green
s' ford Union Guidance Clinic at a recent training seminar Feb.25.Looking on Is Member ,1
11 i i
Debra Ilraswell, Director of Community Relations for Link to Life, and who .
was the principal trainer for the two day session. from Clyde, Byron
Rodney L.Sumner.Owner Licensed Optician
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$30 MillionQStock Terwillegar Motors

206 W. Madison, Starke 964-7200

1982 F100' 117" W.B

Reduction 3 PICKUP Six Cyl.! 3 speed transmissio :

I Includes $5895 t:

Tax Title

TT In- IT:: & Tag DRIVE OUT!! t

IIii 1981 Mustang 2 Door "\

BRAND NEW!! 2300 engine, 5 speed ,I

transmission, air conditioning, tinted

glass, WSW radials' vinyl, interior. '

.- Includes $6595&4i .
1 Ety .
Tax Title .

W..111137 I 1983 Ranger Pickup

2000 c.c., 4 speed, BSW radials, 1200
Ib. load
11.00 \\BlackandDecker 'IIas..59 .'

I\\r Filters\ air Now..21 cottee Filters Now'past. ...31'i.0and Includes $6475 }

.sixestorfurnaces 'Has... 1.2.1 tAt Tax Title ?
pant\ Now..99 50 count fate'
1G&y 1 P .
asst colors g" paper\ 2 Escort Rentals f
can ,0,99
n ounce Was... I
Kit loocWnt 18'pro1ane available for sale this week
Torch KO'll..1.91 Facial\ Tissue\ 63 I
Kleenex N0W.. .SAVE Thousands! ,

Model LPG Was..39' bOX'b ,
1oo\hpaS\e 411.00 2.OO p\yliSSuesper Vlas..1.4

Aqua fres Now.. f\u\d. \\0'11..11 1
Brake\ 1982 Celica Supra
,1.4 ounceTrtalsiae Wa$...19' DUty,1 2 ounce -- .
neavy 69 ;:
carofna\ Ne\ Now..J G7C quaker SupA Now..7 Was.1:: 5.000 miles . $13, 99500 It

fIX 1982 Datsun 200 SX
'\Size .3.97nti I
Was. l20U1\ce
.FreeZe ", "'nd"nn leIS' Cba\t Was...5988 1500 miles.,. . . $9495 !'
\ KO'll..2.91
A lotas
forms NoV4... 1980 Olds Cutlass Supreme
Ga\.Jug Life
summer C1ant' Was..81' ,go\doal1 '
-i' Fup'emnope m,fold'em Was...1399 Brougham, 2 door, 16,000 ml. 8295 ... !
\O\I\S Now.$0C ,.
Was"C s .9.97ti j. : I '
r Jlt
g htirtegulatS : Uum\d\'er :
r ,lot%polYestec' 900 "FACTORY DEMO CARS"
tI6%{ collon 'IIas..35 eoo\spray... .

13" ColOr\ flow 291.00 NO 1} 91 ((3)) 1982 EXP'S red, silver, white
.. 'hirt ,2.
\ .
.Ien's N 1981 'Mercury Cougar XR7

With} remote r,amt'colon wpoc:k etS No Miles! Brand New
Oft trr e g t
i Special GrOUP 2.00/0 Sale good\'thru March 21,1982FamUV 1981 Ford T-Bird Fire Mist Red

Shoes "7fn 7600 miles, loaded
of f 4017
1981 Mercury Lynx "RS"
.. .,,
OPEN: lVlan.-Wed. 9.8 '
Loaded Brand New!
301 South :
Thurs.-Sat. 9.9 & _
Starke, Fl. Sunday 12.6 1981 Ford Escort "SS"

I K xAj Loaded 4 speed




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