Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04259
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04259
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on SR-100 west of Starke. Correspondents. .. ..Pago lOn .
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The 4-day forecast, Friday through Sunday, calls for very dry and mild
days, unseasonably cold nights very low afternoon humidity. Sunday is SECTION Bi
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9 a.m. Saturday Meeting Set to Name Marshal :;<\

1 Jax Group Installed as Hampton Police Dept.

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A private Jacksonville-based group of certified police who has been out of town for the past month, will be Tuesday night's 2-2 deadlock with left Hampton still night's meeting was bound to raise sparks and it did.
officers was appointed to take over the Hampton Police present. Mrs. Haddock sides with Curtis and Mitzel. without police protection. Word of the special meeting spread by word of mouth and I
Department in a special meeting Wednesday night April Curtis declined Wednesday night to say who the appoint- Billy Carter of the Police Coop group spent all day city hall was packed with spectators who sometimes I
21, In a 3-0 vote by city councilmen Duane Mitzel, Ted Curtis ment will be given to. Evans thinks it will be Ray Sim- Wednesday in Hampton. After the meeting Carter was resembled a cheering section for Councilman Ted Curtisin
and Mayor John Evans. mons of Alto Lake, and wondered Wednesday night what still in Hampton putting water into the police car, which his efforts to speak up over Chairman Evans' opposition
Curtis, Mitzel and Clerk Jane Hall agreed to call' kind of deal has been worked out with Simmons. the council gave him permission to take to Jacksonvilleand .
another special meeting Saturday morning to appoint a Clerk Jane, Hall said she called all three councilmen have repaired free of charge. Carter said garages Accusing Curtis and Councilman Duane" Mitzell of I
marshal. Curtis said he hopes councilwoman June Had- Wednesday to see if they could come to agreement after which work with police departments in Jacksonville will disinterest "in law enforcement for the city, Evans shota
fix the car free of charge. recommendation to attorney Mary Marshal that the pair
Carter was named the Public Safety Director of Hamp- be charged with misfeasance and malfeasance in office.
ton. He said five members of his group will handle police Minutes later Curtis recommended that Evans be
protection on a 24 hour a day basis starting Thursday mer charged with misfeasance and malfeasance unless he I
} allowed Ray Simmons, of Alto Lake, an applicant for the
The group was hired, on the marshal's pay off $190.40 full-time marshal's job to be heard.
per week, to provide police protection and to set up an Evans is a strong supporter of Diane Bruno, 28-year-old
operating police department in Hampton. The group will applicant for the auxiliary police Job who recently completed -
stay on for 90 days or as long as needed, after a marshalis a training course which qualifies her for the posi-
t ,1y,.._ 5 1 1.t appointed. tion.Evans
y! Carter said seven Hampton residents already have insisted the special meeting was for the purposeof
agreed to attend police standards ,training in various considering Mrs. Bruno's application since it had been
.t police academies around the state, and predicted that reported to him that Curtis might be wavering in his
Hampton will never again be without any police protec steadfast opposition to her appointment.Curtis .
tion.Carter denied any such switch and said Mayor Hank
said his group is composed of former and current Lott absent Tuesday night had called the meeting for the
police officers who work for the state,or as private detec- purpose of considering an application from Simmons,who
tives. The men are interested in working to maintain their recently resigned as assistant chief at Waldo. Curtis
status as certified police officers which requires they flourished a handwritten note from Lott to support his
I work a certain number of hours per year. Carter said one claim.
member of the group is a former Florida Department of Ignoring Curtis, Evans called for a motion on the
Law Enforcement employee. who used to sign police certification employment of Bruno as auxiliary officer which was
certificates made by Councilman Ulysses Wood. The predictable tie
vote aligned Evans and Wood for Bruno; Curtis and
Under the glare of TV lights, Hampton Council Tuesday Mitzell against.
I night struck out again in its stalemated efforts to hire a Stating his opposition to considering Simmons for the
marshal, or even an auxiliary police officer. full-time marshal's job, Evans declared that the ex-Waldo
Opposing sides could not even agree on why the s special officer had indicated he did not wish to reside in Hamptona
p,m. meeting was called and, with one member absent, ( city requirement), did not like the hours, and was not
every motion ended in a tie vote, or died for lack of a se impressed by the salary. The chairman then injected a

VThpr cond. surprise proposal and introduced Bill Carter, member of a
r ? Tempers: flared, fingers were pointed, and Chairman of certified police officers who are not
Evans was heckled by the audience as ABC news currently engage In law enforcement work but need to
cameras rolled. put in a number of hours annually in order to maintain
Never before, even in its palmiest days, has the town, their certification.
which was once ,only a voting precinct called Carter said they would take over the policing job in
9 "Crossroads! ,'"' received so much attention. The hectic Hampton, working staggered shifts around the clock,
__. Y,' week was touched off Sunday by a massive of each
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Read photos in the Florida Times-Union with accompanying group would do this if the city would pav exoenses bv
EXTRA! all about it!
text saying Hampton was terrorized"when the gang rides allowing the group $107 weekly now budgeted for the aux
Hampton councilman Duane Mitiell reads the Times-Union's Sunday feature story about "bad guys: *'control t ln'v scowling at elders who "cower" behind "frilly cur- iliary police job. "You'll be getting five men for the priceof
lag the town and wonders."Where is all. this crap taking place?" Councilman Ted Curtis and wife,Billie/Jean; y.dk I f r talns"4n their ';crackerbox"houses. .f(See story on, page one," Carter said. .
arena mildly amused(?) ?,, T' ,:''.. .r;,. \&m V In return, the group would not only provide police pro-' ..
Storf bti Hampton reaetlon 10 the'TUofy air Pa g.4A."t, y. '** A Btthftt t/i$1m dropvibi; nerves already pit edge by tection, -but-would set Up>> machinery-for a Viable police.
:months frustration over the marshal issue, Tuesday department In Hampton

I 4 Principals Shifted in Supt. Casey's New Administrative Lineup I


Four principals will play musical Ele., and two new part-time assistant ed board member Rodney Hall. seconded the motion. "Optimistic weren't you&" Hall to the new county level position of per
chairs and four administrative posi- principalships at Starke and Casey replied he couldn't say that Hall then moved to table Gaskins' said when Supt. Casey handed out the sonnel.
tions are still open in the new line-up Southside elementary schools. all of the staff had been notified as of motion to approve Casey's staffing names to go with the positions the Hall also said he will seek an opinion -
approved Monday night, April 19, by ,"This is a demotion," Hall told the this day (Monday, April 19). recommedations. By a voice vote of board unanimously approved at the whether a person in a super
the Bradford school board in a 4-1 school board. Hall said it is the second "This is not the way to run a 3-2, Gaskins Lawson, and Chairman beginning of the meeting."No visory position can be demoted
vote. time he's taken a salary cut. Hall said business" Hall stated. Employees J.T. Parrish defeated Hall's motion to I have another copy right without documented cause or a hear
Lawtey Elementary principal he'd not been told of any deficiencies, should not have to 'read it in the table the recommendations."Is here," Casey replied.. In fact, the ing.
Charles Hall angrily expressed disap- and feels he has done as good a Job as newspaper'," Hall added. superintendent said, he prepared four
pointment in being switched from LE any administrator in the system. Casey then said he'd have to that a unanimous vote&, lists, giving himself a choice on approving the ad.
Hall has "search real hard for I didn't recording secretary Joan Chitty ask ministrative personnel, the board
to assistant principal at Bradford Casey said after the meeting people assigning the administrators no mat
High. been informed of criticisms. talk to.", ed."I ter which way the school board might unanimously accepted a 1982-83 staff
Starke Elementary Principal Pointing out he has worked 15 yearsin Hall also expressed displeasure at Hall.didn't hear but two voices said have voted. ing position chart which adds 2.8 positions -
Charles. Francis was named the the local school system including school board members not being informed Casey announced at the work session the personnel director, the
school system's first personnel director 11 yearsas an administrator, Hall prior .-to the decisions as to Chairman Parrish then called for the week before he would releasehis dean of students at BHS, and the two
a newly created post.. Brooker' said he felt he had to publicly state his which administrators would be mov- the board members to be polled firston recommendations to put names to part-time (.3 each) assistant prin-
the amendment cipals at SS and SE.
principal Buddy Paterson was named opposition to the transfer. ed. Hall opposes moving principalsfrom the recommendation.to table then on the positions only after the board approved -
principal at Lawtey Ele. to replace 'Mr. Casey, you...?" ChairmanJ.T. schools which are running Gaskins Lawson and the positions. The two new part-time assistant
Hall. BHS assistant principal Charles Parrish quiered."I smoothly."I defeated Parrish Board member Hall said Tuesday principals at SS and SE will probably
Thomas named of made recommendation have no trouble with the staff- the motion to table 3-2, with he to seek from
was principal my Hall and plans an opinion the be filled by using people as ad-
Starke Ele., replacing Francis. Supt. Tom Casey stated. ing," said Lawtey board member Arthur Spengler on the losing side. general counsel of the State Depart- ministrators 3/10 of the work day and
Remaining open and to be advertised -. Hall should have been informed of Gaskins. "I move the superinten- Only Mrs. Spengler voted against ment of Education to see whether the as primary specialists for 7/10 of aday.
among the local school system are his deficiences. said board member dent's recommendation be ac the administrative line-up Supt. school board action was lawful in filling .
the position of dean of students at Patricia Spengler. cepted." After a noticeable pause, Casey proposed. Hall voted with the a newly created supervisory position
BUS a new post; principal of Brooker "When was the staff notified?" ask- board member J.R. (Jim) Lawson prevailing side. without advertising it, referring (See Principals.... p.2A)

Airport Not Needed NowStarke


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Sewer Expansion GrantThe

city has assurances from not met the new ratio will be 55-43, Including the $1.3 million spent on the
Don Ruckman of Brown pointed out. airport and legal fees.
a June 1 deadline to submit new plansto "I understand you have assurances First approved for the project was a
enlarge the sewer plant, Starke from (engineer Don) Ruckman that $30,000 planning grant then $50,000 to
clerk Neil Tucker told the city com- they can meet the deadline," Brown put television inside city sewer pipesto t '.r TUESDAY. April' 17 _
mission Tuesday night April 20. said at Tuesday night's commission find leaks,and$179,000 to seal leaks ACT TEST
Notified several months ago that meeting. found by the TV cameras. 95 leaks iMAM
the U.S. Environmental Protection "That is correct," said Clerk Neil' were found mostly in the Joints of old INS library
Tucker. sewer pipes. Plastic collars were installed
will fund
Agency no longer an irrigation
system to effluent on the If the city does not meet the to stop the leaks., .
old airport site on spray US-301 south which deadline, it will be off the funding list The EPA grant funds come under BRADFORD COUNTY
was condemned for $1.3 million city and the federal dollars will be down Federal Law 92.500 which addressesthe ZONING BOARD
officials have been scrambling to see the tube, Brown told the commis-. upgrading and rehabilitation of MUTING 7tM PM
if the sewer Improvement plans sioners. sewer systems and the removal of effluent -
would be funded by EPA at all. "They have committed themselvesto from water sources. w TNU SE DAY. April n

"Just all of a sudden they told us we get the Job done by June 1," The problem in Starke has been outside a CITY BOARD OF
didn't need the said repeated Clerk Tucker. ADJUSTMINTS Mf ITINO
airport, Mayor ground water leaking Into the
Vernon Silcox. The revised project will total about sewer lines flooding the treatment 7PM
Instead, EPA said it would consider $700,000, Clerk Tucker said answer- plant and cutting its efficiency. .
plans to enlarge the city sewer plant, Ing a question by Commissioner Jim- STARK ZONING BOARD
the agency told the city. my Crosby Basically the project will In other action Tuesday night April MUTING 7iM PM
City attorney Terry Brown reported Increase the capacity of the sewer 20, the council:
Tuesday night that Starke is number plant so It will not emit nutrient-rich _SATURDAY. A.r1l24
two on the EPA funding list meaning effluent into Alligator Creek. Were given a draft of a proposed SPIINOIAZAAISTAEKI
the project will be approved if the new Commissioner Charles Schaefer ordinance for a code enforcement NURSING HOMI
plans and specifications are submit) said recently a new sampling of water board by Commissioner Bob Milner. Alligators are Growing Here... 9AM.3PM
ted to EPA and the state Department from Alligator Creek did not show the "I've already read It and I sure .
of Environmental Regulation by June amount of pollution on which EPA don't like it. but I'll read it again," Don Morgan up to his err... butt In alligators on his farm near Keystone POP WARNER CAR WASH'AM..rM
1. Brown's firm has been working based its original plans. said Mayor Vernon Silcox referring Heights where be Is growing the reptiles to sell their hides and meat. Read all
with both DER and EPA to see if the The city was expecting the third to the detailed document. Silcox about It In the B-sectkm on pages 1.2.3 In several articles It took Lake Region Community Bonfc .. Stork
funding will come through.The and largest step of the sewer plan In thought could be Monitor Editor Linda Wharton several weeks to research and write It's a new .
something simpler
and growing business for those who have the ..
project to enlarge the sewer what was to have been a $3 million prepared. money BAR-B-BUI
plant will be funded, Brown said his upgrading of the city's sewer system Attorney Terry Brown said the proposed Pickln His Way to Nashville. 4 ft PM $... .....
on the drawing board since 1974. To .
firm has been told If the new plans ordinance Is drawn according Allprocoo4.oWrt.4to
and specifications are submitted by date Starke has spent over $1.8 to state statute requirements, and Is lJ.year-old.Jody: Wadsworth of I lump ton.the son of Jerry Wadsworth. Read Anurko c-: .....
June 1.The funding ratio for this project million of city and federal money on boat Jody'i climb for fame In a B-sectlon article by Telegraph staff writer JR. fOOD STOIIIIIe.
la 7MS; if the June 1 deadline Is upgrading its sanitary sewer system. (See Grant.... P.JA) Tony Burke .,..... Hot.Mt .

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: TELEGRAPH April 22, 1982

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should stop the leaks. Operations 1 last year. Pool Roofing of Gainesvillewas g.Jp. '' Mr i
In other action Monday April 19, iI
Director Lennard Register said his supposed to inspect the roof Tues
the school board: crew will inspect the attic for water day. I

old bus damage. (:, iI
Ordered demolition of the

barn Conway on house Palmetto on Orange Street and Street.the.old No the Was new told addition by architect to Hampton Jackson Elemen-that finally Was been told installed a $15,000 in hood the new vent Brad has r Y8 "9, a 8 y .1 I
ford Middle School cafeteria. The in-
bids were received on demolition of tary will have to be filled in four inches
stallation has been inspected
''either the of so the septic drain field can be by
building or on property
school and is OK /
the' employees says
the old bus barn.Instructed built above ground,as required by r
state Department of Environmental Register. wl w 1c s > iCeffw
that resolutions of ap- Regulation. The same drop has been l
flow be Agreed to a program with he ,
preciation for their years of servicebe maintained so the gravity can YS'
assured the Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic to
teachers retiring maintained, Jackson
written for two
provide meals from the BHS cafeteriafor
June 9- Mrs. Helen Johns, a veteran board.
clinic patients at $1.25 per meal.
teacher at Starke Elementary, who The clinic will deliver the meals.
Instructed Richard Weltyto
and Mrs.
has taught some 39 years
Clinic Dave
librarian at pursue recovering some $1,400 representative McCampbell '* ,
Mildred Hardin, the +1000rrr < 1
Bradford Middle School and who has from All-Florida Electric Supply of was told by Supt. Casey the mat- tit;
service. Gainesville for a faulty shunt trip ter did not require board action and 1
11 years of breaker which was found to be bad. asked him to work out the details with r "

.Approved appointment of a Steer- School officials checking the power ata Food Service Coordinator Delores
Morgan Casey was anxious for it to
proposed by Curriculum Vo-Tech building found voltage too
ing as
be understood the BHS cafeteria
Coordinator Lucille Payne, high, said David Smith. The boar
for the new Beginning Teacher Program could get no satisfaction in talking won't be providing meals for the
which goes into effect July 1. over the matter with architect general public. f
members are teachers Jackson and electrical engineer Lon
Committee R ;n + uwllrarR
Eddie Joyce Sexton Julie Miller, Lazaar, and so asked the attorney to Agreed, at the suggestion of board
member Rodney Hall, to seek inter-
Kathy Register. Linda Bennett; Cur pursue the matter."That's .
the we'll get ,views with several architects prior to
riculum Coordinator Lucille Payne; only way
administrators Jesse Moore, Connie anywhere with it; said Supt. Tom the next large building project.
Clark, Dewey McKinney, Jim Dun- Casey. The matter was first reportedin
board January, said Operations Director Returned for a change in wording'to "'
can, Ted Oglesby, and school ; ;
member Rodney Hall. Lennard Register. suit public. bodies a proposal from kz
the firm of Davis, Monk & Farn- HARt

Was told by architect Dave Was told several leaks have been sworth to audit the internal accountsof --- ____a __ n_ _
Jackson a drain has been uncloggedat found in the new roof of the Bradford the school system for the fiscal
the Phase 4 building of BHS which High cafeteria which was renovated year ending June 30 for $4,750. BUS Art Students Win Poster Contest...

These three Bradford High art students are winners of a T-shirt and a book bag. lie Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

I Grant. .(from page 1' the poster contest drawn to the theme of National E.E. Rogers of Starke.
... Library Week. Cindy Sysskind. right. Is the third place winner, and
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codify city policies so all policies will made on location of the 40-unit( apart- received a BUS mug. She Is the daughter of Mrs. Carol
had to be that detailed or not adoptedat
be written down and easy to look up. ment complex to be built by Stokes & Dottie Wllklson left won second place In the contest Combs of Starke.
all. Co. of Jacksonville. Next action will and won a paper weight with her Initials Inscribed on it. The National Library Week's 25th anniversary Is be-
Was told by Commissioner Travis Was told by attorney Brown that be at the April 29 zoning board when She is the daughter of Mrs. Faye Wilkison of Starke. ing celebrated April 18-24. It is being celebrated at BUS
the city's suit against WorthingtonCorp. rezoning is sought on the Ronnie Jay Rogers, ct'nterls the first place winner, and won with inscribed T-shirts students can buy.
Woods the now has a Class 6 fire
city for damages from a non- Newman tract in the triangle between
insurance rating. operating power plant generator will SR-16 and Brownlee Street. S ping i B azaar
be filed in Bradford Circuit Court next Set Sat.
April 24
Went through part of the first
reading of a proposed new policy and week.generator The from city purchased Worthington a 3,300 Corp.KW for At Nursing Home ,-School Lunch MenusBradford I
procedure ordinance, but had to stop
some $750,000, plus spent some THIIRADFORDCOUNTY Handcrafts baked
when attorney Brown came up shortof goods, plants
the last page.The reading was tabl- $130,000 on repairs, and the engine TELEGRAPH and a white elephant sale will all be a bread milk.Tuesday .
ed and will continue at the next still does not operate, leaving the Published ovary Thursday part of the Spring Bazaar at the County Middle SchoolVo. April 27 Cuban sandwich, French
power plant without its largest ol 130 W. Call Street Starke Nursing Home set for Saturday Tech. Center fries,slaw apple crisp milk.
meeting. Commissioner Jimmy Wednesday. April 2)1 Beef a ronl cheese stlx,
Starke. Florida 320t1 and all elementary schools *
Crosby met with department heads engine. April 24, starting at 9 a.m. garden salad' peaches yellow cake w/chocolale
and attorney Brown to revise and Said no further progress has been There will be a drawing at noon for potatoes Monday.,green April beam 21 Hamburger pear halves gravy biscuits mashed milkTanday Icing milk hot roll...
Second Class postage paid alStarke. $100 for those who purchase raffle April *7 Baked turkey, mashed Thursday April 2* Hamburger gravy mashed
,FloridaSub.crlption potatoes,green beans,pear halves brownie,milk
BHS Pair Win RecognitionAt tickets. potatoes ft gravy buttered green peas brownie, biscuits.
cheese rolls,milk.Wedn..da
Refreshments will be available. Friday April M>Managers Choice Day.
Fla. State Science FairVickie RotestIn There will be continuous entertain- corn on the),cob April, apple n Tuna crisp,salad cinnamon on lettuce swirl! Ala-Carte
trod.oreoi$'.00 per year ment from 9:30: a.m. until 3 p.m. The bread,milk.Thunday.. Monday April M.Pizza,cheeseburgers French
Carver and Mike Christmas were the only award-winners out of the $15.00 I.months schedule: 9:30: a.m. puppet show, 10 April 21 Whaler on a bun. French fries, milkshakes.Tuesday .
6-student group of Bradford High science students who attended the Florida a.m. baton twirlers, 10:30: a.m. gym fries,caNlagelaw,chocolate cake w/malt Icing .prll It French fries milkshakes,
State Science Fair held at Lake City Community College last weekend.Carver's Outside trade areai 10.00 milk. hamburgers,pizza
per year nastics, 11 a.m aerobic dancing, the Friday,.\prtl3t.Managers Choice Day Wednesday April ffl rheeni'txirgcrs. pizza,
project, the local Fair winner, was a test of new synthetic gels $3.30.1 I.month. drawing for$100 is at noon, and 1 p.m Bradford County High School French fries milkshakes.Thursday .
and their effect on the germination of flower and vegetable seedlings, was Jocephus and the Ghost Riders band Monday,April 21.Tuna salad on lettuce corn on .April Zf. Piiia hamburgers French
honored twice. She was given an Honorable Mention plaque in the Botany from Hampton will entertain the cob crackers, applesauce cinnamon swirl fries milkshakesFriday .
category, making her one of the top 10 entrants in that category, and also everyone with music. April 3D- Managers Choice Day.
won an Honorable Mention certificate from the Society of American
Foresters (Florida section). f
Christmas, who studied the effect of students being quizzed, was the win- I ;, red 'jyl t t 1 t t t.t
ner of a certificate of achievement from the American Speech and Hearing
Others who qualified projects to the State Fair from BHS were: Stacey
Denmark, LeAnny Flynn, Kim Rieske, and Tracy McGee. .

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19 Earn Straight-A's iki

During- Fourth Term ([Ifl t

Nineteen students,or 2.3 percent,of Brown have earned straight-A's for
some 805 enrolled at Bradford Middle three of the four grading periods.
School earned straight-A's for the
fourth six-weeks grading period Honor Roll...
which ended March 2.
106 more BMS students, or 13 per Eighth Grade: Donna Berker Sue
cent of the student body, made A's Blackburn Charles Boyer,Marcenna
and B's and earned places on the Brantley,Amy Jo Carter,Amy Clark,
honor roll. Fourteen percent of the Tracie Clark. Tamera Dempsey, +
BMS student body earned no grade Allison Denmark, Terri Fender, Bon-
lower than a B. ,nie Geiger, Joseph Griffis, Erika
Gruenr Elizabeth Hatmaker, John
Stralght-A students, by grade, are: Hamilton, Lynn Holtzendorf Lori !
: Li
King, Mary Monica Maslowski, ;
Eighth Grade: Theresa McCollum, Tonja McCloud
Kellie Baldwin,daughter of Mr.and Simon Mitchell Irving Meres,
Mrs. Jerald D. Baldwin of Starke. Rodney Moore, Richard O'Steen
Allen Gonzalez, son of Albert and i; Stacey Reddish Michelle Sexton, ,
Linda Gonzalez of Starke. Nancy Shuford, Pam Taylor, Deanna ;
James Hayes, son of Bob and Tomlinson, Melissa Williams, James
Carolyn Hayes of Starke. Wilson.
Sharon Martin,daughter of Mr.and i, I
Seventh Grade Baldwin, Eric
Mrs. Ralph Martin of Starke. : Jody
Cindy Winkler,daughter of Mr. and Lane Jackie Nguyen, Cynthia
Parade Shaun Schmidt, Brian "
Mrs. Arthur Winkler of Starke. v r '
Whitehead Kim Griffis Robbie ,
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Seventh Grade: McRae,Tammy Lynn, Phillip Moore,
Suzanne Dyal, daughter of' Shllynn Chaff Deena Cox, Kelly BMS Smarties...
Jackson,Vicki Crockrell,Pam Jefferson -
Margaret Ann and Vernon of
Dyal | William Harrell, Laurel Alvarez, Stralght-A students at Bradford Middle School for the fourth six-weeks are Angela Widener.
Brooker. (l-ri StandingJames Hayes, Allen Gonzalez. Maria Thomas. Cindy Winkler
Chuck Debbie
Coburn Parrish
Sherri Harrell, daughter of Linda Stephanie Sams Kim Sapp, Greg Kneeling.Chris Powell Robert Thorpe Paula Murray, Richie Taylor,Jody Kellie Baldwin Sharon Martin Tammy Tomlinson. Suzanne Dyal. Sherri
and William of Brooker.
Paula Murray, daughter of Margie, Wiggins, Donna McDavid Brooke Brown. David Thorpe, Jennifer Brown, Jason Brown Penny Hsieh. and Harrell.
and Gerald Murray of Starke. Williams, Annette Balkcom, Johnnie F
Maria Thomas, daughter of Mrs. Moody Clark! Stefanie, Logan Cubbedge Ricks,, Tammy Justin nouncements. This will be the last up pamphlet giving the details of Seniors: You may sign up to take .
Gladys Thomas of Starke and Delano Williams, Pam Willingham, Leslie Tornado TalkBy : chance to receive your orders. Grad Nite, and the restrictions. the ACT at the Santa Fe Community R
Thomas of Starke. College office at the school. The test ,
Tammy Thomason, daughter of I, Wood, David Barnes, Stacey Bowen, SENIOR signature T-Shirts cost on- Seniors should be in the process of will be given on Tuesday, April 27, at8.30am.
Chris Farmer, Sue Nettles, Kim Nor-
Yvonne and $5 shirt, and all
Richard Thomason of Vickie Carver ly per you get your preparing your Last Will and Testa. : .
Brooker. man, Lisa Rix, Wendy Vest, Wendy, fellow seniors signatures to wear with
ment. You have few
Hsieh, Kristin Alday, Tonda Moore, only a more
Sixth Grade: Missy Sullivan,and Sheryl Wimberly. Thought for the week: class dignity.of 82.Buy a shirt and wear out the weeks to live at BHS. Start be- Campus Capers...
Receiving Scholastic Achievement The hardest victory of all... queathing all your BHS remnants to Keep up the good work track stars.
Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Brown of Starke. Awards were: Carolyn Hilliard, Is the victory over one's self. If you purchased a Grad Nile ticket, the lucky underclassmen left to lingeron We are proud of you.
Jennifer Brown, daughter of Mr Roger Rowe and Richard Wheeler. you should go by Mrs. Hazens to pick campus.
and Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. This week. April 18-24, is National
,Jody Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sixth Grade: Nicole Johnson, Library Week. In observance the ......_
Marvin Brown of Starke. Richard Kimutis, Esther Martin, library has had a poster contest, Gustafjon's Low-Fat
Penny Hsieh, daughter of Amy and Delores McRae, Laura Sapp, Pam along with other activities. The CAB
John Hsieh qf Starke. Zurfluh, Todd Gillenwaters, Gene Character that represents the \( JI MILK 0
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Richie Taylor, son of Mrs. Cathy I Ford Sherry Mattox, Stephanie and walls. You can help observe the Gal..
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Starke. Polk Shannon Binder, Pam Carter, due library books, magazines, or Large BunchBROCCOLI Fresh Crisp
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Robert Thorpe of Starke. I Mosley. Receiving Scholastic library. Mrs.Thomas, and Mrs.Scott LETTUCE49C EGGS
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Robert Thorpe of Starke. Gilpin,Penny Hsieh,Elaine Manning, week. There special designed 99' .' *
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11 Sheriff Irate, Judge Incensed Over Statements in Hampton Story I


Sheriff Reddish: "A terrible article The biggest cock takes special exception. One referred to his law enforcement .
and bull story I ever read." staff as consisting of four deputies, whereas the
Mayor Hank Lett: "It hurts our little town. Who would sheriff has seven full-time deputies plus three parttimerson w "N 7r
come here to live after reading that stuff?" weekends

Hampton Council chairman John Evans: "Blown up out Endorsements DeniedThe 1 n .J ',, '
of all proportion. It opened the gates to all the hoods in the
area.' other misstatement Reddish says, is that Diane a1thbrAi
Bruno, the 28-year-old divorcee and applicant for the ,
These are just a few of the adverse reactions to a full Hampton police force, was endorsed for the Job by investigator
page picture and text spread In Sunday's Florida Times- Don Denton and County Judge George Pierce.
life in to a B-grade Western
Union comparing
terrorized outlaw Both Denton and Pierce deny they gave any such' endorsement -
movie where "A frontier town is by an
to the to Mrs. Bruno, who has been the r. 'i'ier of controversy -
and down Main Street whooping #
Council for th few
at Hampton meetings past
heavens and kicking up clouds of dusts. _pir x vw
months. J? ,
In an irate mood, Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Red- The sheriff also objected to the Hampton story on ; ka tr- tt
dish singles out two statements in the story to which he grounds that it tends to aggravate the problem rather

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U.S. Post Office. Hampton, Fa.llamptonite / .
Income Tax Is So Big
are proud of their post office which wan described In story as a "tiny concrete block' building. I
They r point to the neat brick and plate glass front, And the nag flying above It Isn't tattered and torn they
"..cia reo
And the Reagan administration continuesto refund of $90 million to $100 million on its
insist that its "trickle down" brand of
previous year's
than address it in
economics does not favor the haves over the And the worst is yet to come. The benefits 'poor taste." Even a constructive if such a problem manner existed, and,was"We also don't in 'Hampton is not a high crime area, as far as feloniesare
concerned, but if pull all police protection out of
have-nots. need to add fuel to the fire the you
derived from leasing tax credits are small sheriff says. "
any town, the crime rate will increase, the sheriff says.
If you believe this, just ask yourself how potatoes when compared with those derived Judge Pierce also highly critical of the story said Tuesday On the sijMect! of contracting with Hampton to provide'
much nv\'iey you made last year and what from Mr. Reagan's accelerated cost he hart requested the T-U staff w< .,. Joseph B. Ver-. law enfore'_),!*-nt, as Keystone Heights\ has! don with the
percentage of it you fowarded to the IRS on which allows rengia, whose by-line appeared on Mi .1"> <-\u\ to attend a Clay County sheriff, Reddish says he halO had no formal
15. recovery system, corpora conference in the judge's( chambers a' ,iO t m. Thursday, request from the city to consider such a plan. "I talked
tions to write off the cost of their in- with one councilman about it," Reddish says "but that
A pretty good chunk of it, no doubt 15, vestments much faster than they actuallywear "I want to know the source of his information and why was concerning( only the interim period until next election.

20, 25, 30 percent, perhaps. out.According. he did not verify it before publication," Judge Pierce said. I could not get! my department organized for such a short
Then take a look at what the tax-dodging to recent 'When unfounded statements like (that are published the. term, but I would be willing to discuss! a permanent contract
a Treasury Depart- damage is done and can never t be successfully retracted '
large corporations whose profitsrun with them.: Reddish said his present hurlyet would
experts ment study, leasing will cost the govern-
into millions annually are paying ment $3.2 billion in fiscal 1982 and Sheriff Reddish was equally incensed about the misuseof not permit taking on the extra assignment, and gave no
$9.4 Denton's name in this connection without verification. estimate of the cost involved. '
many of hem( practically nothing. billion in 1986. This loss will climb to $10

According to findings of the Public billion in 1982, $53 billion and a staggering Who's Cowering? Dodge City ImageBut

Citizen's Tax Reform Group in Washington, $500 billion by 1990. If they weren't so riled up over the story, Hampton aside from the more serious flaws'' pointed' to by the
the International Telephone & TelegraphCo. residents would be amused by the word pictured paintedof sheriff and the county judge older residents objected to
in 1980 made $803 million and paid 1.1 Corporate lobbyists try to justify the new them as "elders" who cower in their "crackerbox what they considered a slanted approach to the town and
United Technologies Corp. made loopholes by saying that such tax houses," intimidated by "bad guys' who "control the its problems, which made their town appear to be another'
percent "
"incentives" should increase productivity.But town," according to a jump-head on the story. "Dodge City.
$787 million and paid 1.4 percent; and Bankof
America made more than $1 billion and in its 1982 report, the President's Coun- Councilman Duane Mitzel, whose truck driving job requires K.B" Watterson, a resident of Hampton since 1912, lives
paid three percent American Telephone & cil of Economic Advisers indicated that as him to leave his Hampton home at 2 or 2:30 a.m. with his wife just across the street from the "jiffy store"
; more corporate tax breaks have been approved wonders "where all this crap is taking place." He doesn'tsee that was depicted as the place where 'tough looking
Telegraph Co. made $8 billion and paid .
in has declined. 'itBut teenagers( driving souped-iip! sedans and high-riding
productivity -
eight percent. pickup 'trucks" gather 'to drink beer and smoke mariJuana
According to the Internal Revenue Code, Corporations are apparently putting the story continues: "The town's elders cower in '. The Wattersons admit that traffic, especially:

corporations pay taxes at a rate of 46 per- their tax-break money where they get the their homes when window the curtains gang rides and in, scowling their at them fists. trucks, on Highway( 18 through town !is sometimes noisy,
through frilly
dollar make above greatest tax benefits, and many are using it shaking and remark wistfully that "Hampton's not like it used tOI;
cent on every they With the sheriff and his miles need
deputies away they "
to I be, but what town is?
other and become
$100,000. But this 46 percent rate exists onlyin buy up companies con- their own hired gun who will stand up to these

theory because of the billions of dollars in glomerates.The desperadoes and make Main Street safe again." Mrs., Dolores Mobley, on the other hand, was quoted in

corporate tax loopholes special exclu- net effect of all this is that individual 'This happens almost every day in Hampton," the story the T tr story as saying, "At night, when I sit in my house, ,
sions, exemptions, deductions and credits taxpayers are being forced to shoulder virtually said, "since November," when the marshal resigned. I just close my eyes and wait for them to come. They ride
the entire federal right onto private property, tearing it up, and it has been
provided for them in the tax code. tax burden. Unlessthe Search For Officer happening for six months now, ever since we lost
our mar-
As a result of the many corporate tax Reagan depreciation plan and tax credit shal."
loopholes created during the past 30 years, leasing loopholes are repealed, individual Rut be that as it may, Hampton is now seeking a
qualified marshal to serve at least unt il the city election inSeptember. Some city officials say, however, that things have been .
the averagetax rate paid by corporations American taxpayers will have paid an !.At that time an "unqualified" marshal can: be ?c. lot..more peaceful around Hampton since-Itte-marshal ':
declined from 38 percent from 1975 to 1979. "'"average of $7,330 each by 1990-..in the form-
But the ultimate tax dodge was providedlast of higher taxes, lost services, or both to J bas"a'Vghttoyun:for office: qualifledprnot'irempldY'' i iPd*''I t..:d"(7tT"-T1'J" tif>M'at.1, ,,. ", to proimhe law.,, ...",..,-" !.."

year by President Reagan's tax bill, make up for the $500 billion in tax relief for by the city, however, they must meet police standards. Post Office- Defended ;
allowing corporations whose tax breaks exceed corporations. Mrs Bruno who threatens to sue the city on sex
their profits to sell the surplus tax Taxpayers who would like to see these in- discrimination charges for its refusal to appoint her to the Another thing that rankles Hampton loyalists were '

benefits to other, less profitable, com- famous looPhole abuses eliminated woulddo post, graduated last month from police school and has remarks about the post office they say have no foundation :
been rtified by the Florida Department of Law Enforce- i in fact. For instance: "The post office was a mailbag ,
well to and
panies. This ridiculous trading and trafficking support the attack now being led ment. a drawer full of stamps at the .

in tax breaks has cost the U.S. Treasury against tax-break leasing by Sen. Robert While never discussed openly at a council meeting, two years ago. When the store failed.general'the store federal until a few .

billions of dollars and has already enabled Dole, chairman of the Senate Finance Committee councilmen say there are other reasons why they will not built a tiny concrete block post office and gave govt'rnment the-

many profitable corporations to pay no tax He points to the oil industry as one place Mrs. Bruno in charge of Hampton law enforcement town its own ZIP code. But the same flag that flew over

at all, or even get money refunded by the of the main beneficiaries of this loophole, "No Wild Parties- the general store. now yellowed from age and tattered by
government. saying that it accounted for one fifth of all Mrs. Bruno, however, told the T-U staff writer, the elements still waves over the new post office"Actually
"Basically, I m a nice and don't have wild
person pot par-
According to the Tax Reform Research leasing transactions, effectively reducing ties and orgies like they say I do. My foster children aren't ,says Mrs. Watterson the post office was never
report General Electric bought up so many its tax debt by $1.5 billion.If hippies like everybody thinks. I don't think they can run in a general store except for a few months after the little
tax breaks from other companies that it not President Reagan is looking for new me: out of town. I need that job and I'm qualified. frame building where Miss Ada Nimmu.reignert as"postmistress'

only paid no tax on its 1981 profits of sources of revenue to reduce the for many years burned in the fire that
pre-tax help A hint that where there's smoke there may I be some fire came leloseixtof destroying Hampton
$2.55 billion, but will actually get a 1981 tax federal deficit, he need look no further. was tossed out by a Hampton resident (who preferred not *he depression years The office"We 8bottmedrtol husinessidjsUicKluTiM ?#!: -
tn I hf indent fieri).visitinif at the hnme of Mayor Hank l.nlt .l asedtiijlding! where
) remainedundliftehyaUit
when a Telegraph reporter called Monday aflernnon'tot7sample ; Iipostr'officHqqbuilt 12
or 13
local reaction to the T-U story. This spokesman, years .J'J.fJt !IJje$ "'&*-"
Ground Zero Week Stresses said that Hampton is heavy into dope, from the standpointof miny/fcomzretiVblock for building' : but one ofpdcquatea, e
use, as well as distribution and sale. Hampton/-with an; attractive brlcVand; pla'e'y'
II'(l (rout> Council Responsible ., postal clerk Qofntgd Monday 'Q 1 jig ,t j'y
Nuclear ;wa-nng! rtvhea and 'asked;, [)ews (
Futility of RaceOn On the marshal issue, Sheriff Reddish says the council i f, 011age4n4! >' VaM ra/l, ;biyjh; f e'fiemfhts that'f4'JHJfgy? !' } t
is responsible for law enforcement in the city, and should wa ,aldAistiIt < moH[ bvoIJreallydttA't.e
bite the bullet, forget"petty politics," and secure the protection "' to asmlol! .R
the town needs J"T omol J u.Q 281M
the eve of Ground Zero Week, U.S. The April 12 issue of Newsweek labeled a '. '1.soT r'uv':! loorfsg: .rtaiH. biol
Representative Morris Udall has called for story about the Soviet economy as "A 'tnlJt 8 rUt.'V <. sbi101'lfI

immediate U.S.-Soviet talks aimed at freez- System That Doesn't Work." It pointed out .lIT 'llln'1IIII I .. .ii vMo"tq3m3 b

ing the production and development of that the Russians can't feed themselves, County Agent Notebook r :J9Jaa{

atomic weapons. importing grain from the U.S.; their factories p
"If we have arrived at the point where inefficient jl '
we are ; and their immense By Robby.Tayior bfNjMrid
can conceive of destroying (f :J .t ", M r
our species, can war machine places a terrible ..
we break out and talk about the human race burden on the people. T I J U It III/If/ '4 \\1'/1" (ib

and conceive a plan to save it?" Rep. Udall Another This is the time of when I dusting determine how much water;is- being
commentator Andrew year get program using
asked in Greeley Zlnrtr.M8P.eb-
a speech' marking the start of' believes that Russia numerous calls from gardeners about Captain or Copper. applied.* ." .
Ground Zero Week may be ripe for a Water should never be
a nationwide effort to problems and pests on their applied at a
focus public attention on the dangers of revolution due to the contrast between the vegetables. One of the most common Insects such as hornworms, fruit- rate faster than it can be absorbed by
nuclear war. wealth and power of the few and the poverty problems is wilt on tomatoes. Unfor- worms, aphids stinkbugs, loopers, the soil. If the sprinkler applies too
In criticizing President of the many behind the Iron Curtain. He tunately, this problem cannot be cor- and cutworms can be controlled witha much waer, it only. runs-off and is be-
Reagan's approach declared that a fourth of the in rected after it has attacked the general purpose insecticide appliedat ing wasted.
to nuclear war and defense spen- Soviet men the tomato plant, and I hate to tell the 7-day intervals. The spray or dust Aovld extremes in waters. Light,
ding, Rep. Udall said, "It makes no sense to Union are alcoholics, and the l life expectancy gardener that there is nothing he can should contain either Malathion or frequent waterings are inefficient and
talk! about putting off negotiations with the of Russian men has declined three do for the affected plant. Diazinon. plus Sevin. Apply the Insec produce shallow root systems. Excessive ,
years in the last decade. Health-care ticlde after a rain or overhead Irriga- irrigation which keeps the
Soviets until we have built more weapons The best way to prevent wilt root zone saturated with water is also
and produced more 'systems, and raced delivery is "appalingly incompetent" in the fuasium and bacterial) is to grow tion.Other harmful to the plants. Roots need air,
ahead with the nuclear arms buildup." The USSR and infant mortality and maternal resistant varieties and/or fumigatethe questions include garden Ir- to function and too much water killsor .
chances of nuclear war could be decreased death statistics are comparable to those of a soil before transplanting. Even rigation. In Irrgating the garden it is greatly decreases root growth.
Third World Nation. "The Russian 'then some plants may develop the advisable to thoroughly wet the soil Time to water is also,important.
he said if Americans stopped the army, once week unless
disease. a << sufficient rain During
he dry periods, it bc
citizens of the Soviet Union as some kind of says, is held together by a discipline so Other falls, rather than to apply several necessary to wait during the may
brutal common problems are in- hat of
sub-human species that is, people whodon't and so primitive that military ser- sects, and diseases like early and late light sprinklings. A growing garden the day. Water will cool the grass and
care about wiping out 100 million of vice in the Soviet Union is worse than a 'blights, leaf spots and sometimes will week require and when one the Inch water per prevent damage. However whel1'daytime

their people if they can get 105 million of prison term in the U.S. viruses. Leaf spots and blights can be much as two inches plants nay l be a re required.large as water whenever watering is not possible,
controlled with convenient.
regular Late
ours. In addition to all this, there is the uncer- spray or Place shallow cans In your garden to afternoon or early morning watering':

During this week of stressing the tainty of leadership in Russia with its -. which keeps plant wet for many hours
possibility of nuclear war and its effects on 75-year-old strong-man apparently unable longer than normal can be detrimen

the human race, veteran Washington correspondent to unction effectively ......-. .. tal. Extended wet periods encourage
Richard Strout also plant disease. So water early enough
George F. Kennan former ambassador mi1egr afternoon so that the
to ji4 plants will
strange relationship the U.S. and
Moscow says it is unrealistic to view the 8 dry out several hours before nightfall
Russia. "Each wonders about the other; or late enough In the morning so that
relationship between the U.S. and the
each fears the other; and each could USSRas the plants have had time to dry before
"total and irreconcilable conflict. He ESTABLISHED being irrigated.
destroy the other. And certainly there is 1879
calls our fear of Russia a "morbid preoc- MEMBER I also get calls on herbicides for the
great danger where two fearful antagonists cupation" and urges us to "turn our attention BOB. G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER. Publishers' garden but I usuaUy suggest cultiva-
confront each with
other nuclear tion.
But the weaknesses now faced by weapons.Russia to the real challenges and possibilities P.Wl.h.d..ch Thur.d.y..d.nt.r.d*.Sc.fi 1CI.HM* fr afrit. is The to primary control weeds.purpose Weeds of cultivation -

make it reasonable to think its leaders that loom beyond it." w. fat OHk .* Stark.. Fto. unar Ad .l March I. U7SokfttrlpltMi I ea.y to control when they are small.are

should welcome an opportunity to sit down These are matters of grave concern that rat. lot t.*.. ..... $, Pr.Vrt, M $l la _the advised Shallow| cultivation and hoeing are

with the U.S. and talk things out rather than our should leaders occupy during our minds this Ground and-the Zero minds Week of 'PMn.444301 OiitaM tr.Ml* ..... $10 f... V...., ".10 sis Mo..f... {Ithe crop In order root to system.reduce damage No one to

continue to drain: the resources of both'', observance. st.r4..flm/d. ._ I I'W chemical weed killer (herbicide) can
be suggested for a growing garden.



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Wed April 4 in Garden WeddingThe The Social SideGladys I Wed March 27 In Church of GodMiss t

garden at the home of Mr. and Edith Murray, daughter of The bride's table was covered with) I
Mrs. Nolan
Woodburn on Laura o Mr. and Mrs. Carl Murray of Raiford a white lace cloth over a purple linen
Street, Starke, was the setting for the MootyJf TheSociety and Randy Manning, son of Mr. and flounce and centered with a three
Dana marriage of their granddaughter, t Mrs. Clyde Manning of Starke were tiered wedding cake flanked by arrangements
Lynne West to Thomas Allen Editor, united in marriage Saturday, March of white roses and purple
Clary on Sunday, April 4 at 3 p.m. 27, at 4 p.m. in the Starke Church of statice. Silver dishes held mints and
with the Judge Theron A. Yawn performing 964.7608 News God with Rev. Walter Montz performing nuts. Cutting and serving the cake
nuptials. the nuptials. were Mrs. Camille Whitaker and Mrs.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.and 0 0 Centering the altar was a brass Gail Manning.
Mrs. Charles Roberta of Lake City arch flanked by wedding palms, Presiding at the punch table were
and Claude
West of Bartow. .. Boston fern and maidenhair fern. AT- Mrs. J.T. Kirkland, Jr. and Mrs. S.J.
The groom is the son of Patricia Club rangemetns of white roses and purple O'Steen.The table was covered with a
Hudson of Woman's Holds
Monticello and Mark Clary Junior statice were on the organ and commu- white lace cloth over purple linen and
of .
Troy Kas.Regina
nion table. was centered with a crystal punch
of Yandle, soloist, presented a i'tK Progressive Dinner SaturdayOn Daniel Martin, organist and Mrs. bowl flanked by crystal vases of pink
program The nuptial music. Diane Hughes, soloist, presented a roses and purple statice. Silver bowls
couple repeated their vows program of nuptial music. held nuts and mints.
before a brass arch entwined with Saturday evening, April 17, Jones, Iva Jean and Hanry Harrell, Benjte Padgett served as best man Mrs. Royce Joyner and Mrs. Helen
polished ivy and flanked by potted members of the Junior Woman's Club Evelyn and Tommy Chastain, and the ushers were Cary Padgettand Wells served the groom's cake from a
greenery and natural spring flowers and husbands were guests at the Christie and Carl Torode, Tract and James Manning.Mrs. table covered with a white lace cloth
In the garden. following homes for a progressive din- Johnny Torode and Dora and Steve Angie Daniel attended as over purple linen and centered with a
Richard Clary attended his brotheras Whitehead. matron of honor. She wore a street chocolate groom's cake flanked by arrangements -
best man. Darren West, brother of ner.Starting at the home of Mr. and length lavendar chiffon dress with of white roses and purple
the bride, was usher. Mrs. Jerome Johns on Crystal Lake, The Chamber lace flounce collar, fitted waist and statice and a ball and chain and hand
Blackwell Lake City guests were greeted by Mr. and Mrs. Singers flared skirt. She carried a arm bouquet cuffs.
served as maid of honor. She wore a I Phillip Johns for appetizers and Entertain Starke of lavendar carnations and Miss Shana Schmitt passed out rice
formal length of blue lace Mr._and_Mrs._Thomas Cary
gown pastel champagne punch. A salad course Woman's Club lavendar streamers. bags.
over blue taffeta with empire waist was served next at the home of Mr. Given in marriage by her father, Mrs. J.C. Griffis served as floor
and A-line skirt. The sweetheart yellow spring flowers and ar- and Mrs. Tommy Chastain on Bedford Don Hardy and his singing group the bride wore a long white hostess.
neckline featured a wide lace collar rangements of cut spring flowers Lake. Dinner of smoked ham and the "Chamber Singers" entertained dacron/polyester organza gown fully Following a wedding trip to South 'J
which formed the capelet sleeves.She were placed at vantage points. turkey was served at the home of Mr. members and guests of the Starke lined in acetate taffeta. The gown Florida the couple are residing in
wore a matching picture hat and car- DeDe Cone, cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Steve Denmark on Kingsley Woman's Club at their luncheon- featured a stand up collar, front and Starke.
ried a wicker basket of blue and from Brookfield, Ga. kept the bride's Lake. For dessert everyone gatheredat meeting Wednesday, April 14. back ruffle trimmed yokes in lace, The bride graduated from Dade Ci-
yellow daisies and baby's breath. book at a table covered with a yellow the Country Club estates home of President Mrs. J.D. Warren, empire waistline, lace trimmed long ty High School and is employed at
Kelli Sund of Lake City served as linen cloth, with white lace overlayand Mr. and Mrs. Robert Autry for assisted by her hostess committee illusion sleeves with snap-close lace Handy-Way Food Store.
flower girl. She wore a pale yellow centered with a vase of yellow strawberry cake and champagne.The served a delicious salad luncheon cuffs and full skirt with attached The groom graduated from Bradford
dress with fitted bodice and puffed rosebuds.The 24 club members and their nrecedina the program. chapel length train. Her Juliet cap High School and is employed by
sleeves and floor length skirt of tiered bride's table was covered witha husbands attending the dinner were The speaker's table held an ar- secured her fingertip veil of illusion Griffin Industries.
ruffles.She carried a wicker basket of yellow linen cloth with white lace Beckie and Gareth Jones, Carolynand rangement of silk flowers and the with lace trim.She carried a arm bou-
blue and yellow daisies. overlay and centered with the three- Bobby Autry, Marie and Glen dining tables held Talisman roses and quet of red roses.A .
Train bearers were Bryan West and tiered colonade wedding cake which Polk, Paula and Freeman Register, ('rn. Guests were introduced by Mrs. reception was held in the
Clay Roberts, brothers of the bride. was decorated with cascading yellow Kitten and Steve Denmark, JoAnn Warren. Fellowship Hall which was Eastern Star
Given in marriage by her step roses and blue daisies and flanked on and Charles Agin, Shan and Phillip Mrs. Warren announced there will highlighted with palms and Boston '
father, Charlie Roberts, the bride either side by three light blue burning be a planning day on May 24. The an- Fern. Mrs. Charles Schmitt, director, Supper April 24

wore a formal length gown of antique tapers in crystal candelabra. Cutting ,.-. ..... nual May Day Breakfast for greeted the guests at the door. Mrs. Starke Chapter 224, Order of the
white sheer silk taffeta the cake were Lendra Cone of "
over members
organza and guests will be held Lee Gustofson presided at the bride'sbook Eastern
will have
with an empire bodice of chantilly Brookfield, Ga.,aunt of the bride and Saturday, May 15, at 11:30 a.m. in the table which had a white lace a covered dish
lace featuring a Queen Anne neckline Susan Sund of Lake City. !, club building. cloth over purple linen and held a supper in the Masonic Saturday Hall., April 24, at 7 p.m.
and full bishop sleeves of chantilly The punch table was covered with a silver bud vase of roses.
lace. The full skirt was bordered with white lace cloth over yellow linen and '. Mrs. Karen Smith Standing in the receiving line were invited All Masons to attend.and their families are
four tiers of chantilly lace ruffles.The held the French-cut crystal punch [ the bride and groom, their parents
top three tiers came up into an apron bowl and an arrangement of yellow / Tea HonoreeMrs. and attendants.
effect held In place by a white satin and blue spring flowers and light blue Karen Smith, whose marriageto
bow at the waist back. The skirt flow- burning tapers. Rev. Warren Langer will be an
'ed into an attached chapel train edged Assisting in serving were Mrs. Bet- event of Friday evening at 7:30: p.m.
with three tiers of chantilly lace. She ty Wells,aunt of the bride of Ellaville, in the First United Methodist Church, BEAUTIFUL NEW APARTMENTSNOW
wore a single strong of pearls with Ga., Mrs. Marilyn Firth and Mrs. + was honored at a tea and get-
heart shaped diamond clip, borrowed Marilyn Blackwell of Starke and Mrs. r acquainted reception Friday night, TAKING APPLICATIONS!
from her grandmother. Her veil of Sonia Yawn of Gainesville.The April 16, in the Methodist Fellowship
walking length was of silk illusion couple is residing in the Villa < Hall given by the ladies of the church. Orangewood Apartments
edged in seed pearls and attached to a DeModa Apartments in Lake City. i Standing in the receiving line were P.O. Box 146
Juliet cap of lace and seed pearls. She The bride is a 1981 graduate ot t ot- tIr the honoree, Mrs. Don Hardenbrookand
carried a cascade of blue silk carna- umbia High School and is employed at Mrs. H.M. Richarde. Starke, Florida 32091
tions and yellow rosebuds with blue Dutch Pantry in Lake City. The two refreshment tables were
and yellow streamers.A The groom is a 1976 graduate of covered with white lace cloths over
reception was also held at the Troy High School in Troy, Kas. and is i pink linen and held arrangements of 1, 2, and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat and air; wall to wall
Woodburn home and garden where employed at Southern Tank Lining, --_.---, mixed spring flowers centered with shag carpeting; drapes; stove and refrigerator.For .
silk floral arrangements of blue and Lake City. Brenda Jackson candles. Mrs. Richard Odom presidedat
Kevin Bradley the punch bowl and Mrs. Donald
Thornton served coffee from a silver Information/Application
Mrs. Keith Jetstone Brenda Jackson, service. Contact: Orangewood Apartments
Shower HonoreeMrs. Mrs. Smith was presented with a c/o Bair
I Tracy ManagerP.O.
Kevin BradleyTo money corsage and a gift from the
r Jsr Keith Tetstone was honored at Wed May 22 ladies of the church as a memento of Box 146 Equal
,a stork shower Thursday evening, the occasion. Starke. Florida 32091
April 15, given by Mrs. Hank Kyle, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jackson an- Approximately 50 friends called Oppaludty8awinp
Mrs. Robert Paterson, Mrs. Vernon nounce the engagement and approaching between the hours 7:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Reddish. Mrs. Brady 'Collins; 'Mrs.- marriage' of their
; ;Reddish a Mrs. Spyros Drivas daughter, Brenda Lee, to Marcus
"ai the home1 of the latter Adklns .. ..., .... .
nJW Kevin.Bradley, son of Mr. and Mrs,. t( "t -:" \' "
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Street. Noonen M. Bradley,'all of Starke. 'I
Games with prizes and The wedding is planned for Satur- '
refreshments were enjoyed by the 30 day May 22, at 7 p.m. at the home of Fortune introduces
guests between the hours of 7:30 and the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and ;:
9:30: p.m. Mrs. Kenneth Crawford at Hampton
The refreshment table was covered Lake with a reception following at the
with a white silk cloth and centered Crawford home.
t with an arrangement of roses. A Brenda and Kevin are both A investment
garland of honeysuckle was used. graduates of Bradford High School.. new
around the punch bowl. Brenda graduated in 1979 and is
..: .: .,_ 'f The hostesses presented the presently employed at Brett&Jerrys.
.. honoree with a high chair as a Kevin graduated in 1974 and is
... '.... ,,' ,' : ". .. .: memento of the occasions employed at Union Correctional In- opportunity.
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< 'Martha DeSue All friend and relatives are invitedto
I I.' id 'nil attend the wedding and reception.
''af' 'IU'"' '''i >i Pamela Joiner,
Martha DeSua, 4h
< '; '
Lloyd Holmes ,Ii"< 'rni'' ,o'1'\'\ti"Glbrdon
''"*)i I lan .June 12 Wedding
BT6'Wed July 31
'Legg'oUlMiM and Mrs.:Donald C. Brooks of
"MrsTEtouise'D'eSue and Mr',, i
I I Lawteyq announce the engagement
DeSuet'Jr;| ; Starke, announce the';-'approaching, marriage of their DOES YOUR I LAWNNEED
engagement !1nd approaching"mar-n daughter Pamela Carol Joiner, to
riage 'of 'their daughter,.'Martha >Todin Robert Gordon ro. ,Keystone I CUTTING? 15-Is
Lloyd Holmes, son of Mr Charlotte Heights, son of Bob Gordon of Starke
R. Holmes of Washington D.C. and:.Mrs'Arlene Phraner of San An- CAUL 1 -
Miss DeSue is a graduate of Brad tonio, Texas.
ford High School and also from The garden wedding will take place NICK'S'
Florida Memorial.College: with a June 12 at 2 p.m. at the home of the
degree in Edu atlon. She is presently bride's parents, at Strawberry Acres. LAWN SERVICE
employed by Dade", County School
The bride! is a graduate of Bradford
System. <\f 'r, .High' School.-The groom is a graduate 7823354St.
Holmesf6 r
; 'a graduate of
of Badkreuknach Senior High School
Florida McKinley Memorial High School College and also with from a in Germany. GUARANTEED INTEREST FOR 0 V2 YEARSIF

degree in Accounting. He is presently,.
employed by the Riggs National Bank YOU ACT NOW.Fortune
of Washington.! l: D.C.,_ .?- -
The wedding will take place July 31 .' Edwards Church Hall
at 2 p.m. at Pleasant Grove United i t
Methodist Church in Starke': Federal's new 31/2-year terly, depending on the amount

BINGOEvery fixed rote Certificate of Deposit will you deposit.

pay you 15% non-compounded Interest Take advantage of the guaranteed
Saturday 7:30: P.M. per annum starting May 1 if 15% now and avoid the possibilityyou
I 411 N.Temple Ave.. Starkejla.t
The Joe Griff, Sri I act now. You con lock In the of a decline In Interest rates. After

To Calibrate 60th 15% rote by opening o 2,1982. May 1, the rate may vary. Delay
.' count(at 51/2%) by April could cost you money.
Anniversary'The Your deposit will be converted automatically
insured to
These certificates ore fully
children of Mr. and Mrs. Joe 5Jfbjt4 May 1 to the OVa-year CD
$100,000 by the FSUC, an agency
Griffis, Sr. of Rt. 1, SR230E requestthe
presence of all friends and of the federal government. Regulations -
relatives to share In celebrating their The minimum deposit Is $500, with require substantial penalties
60th wedding anniversary on Sunday, / additional deposits allowed foreorywlthdrawal.
May 2 at Grace Baptist Church on a Federal
26. Fortune
,Road 100A from 2-5 p.m. ,_ through April Act now to lock In the high rote.
The family request no gifts,please, gives you the option of receiving Come In to your nearest Fortune
your presence and friendship will be a your Interest either monthly quarFederal office today for full details.
:most treasured gift. Classes For '

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thday party given in honor of his tenthbWhday 1! .,/ : FORTUNEFcDcROf
by his parents. Donnie and! i I S
Shirley Bagwell on Sunday afternoon,! I
April 18, at their home,on S. Cherry:!. I I & Crewel

Street AnTold-fashioned hot dog/ma I _5 .1. .
hmallow Byron's 19 friends roast was and six enjoyed relatives.by I, Are Now Forming Savings and Loan Association
Yard games were enjoyed during
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You Get Burned; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 7,118nd, 13

Play With Snakes '4f, LAKE CITY BANKRUPTCY

Boys will be boys it is said but it II IIr'1
seems some people never r<

to Jimmy do Sunday Prevatt so he had began BUSINESS AND CONSUMER

non Reddish home.
The snake turned and bit { P't '
finger of his right hand, .4' .. I", .
that much mind. ( 1 ;
later, though the hand t\ :. '. 0 FARM REORGANIZATIONS '
and Jimmy got alarmed. ;
rushed him to the Snake I II IJ.
but that
Orange Park
the took him to the \1 o FINANCIAL COUNSELING
Park Community
was treated and spent 24 1

tensive care. He was ,. O DEBT RESTRUCTURE .

day.Jimmy, who will ,I "
University of Florida 0 COMPOSITIONS
played with snakes
was the first time he has f ) t\ AND EXTENSIONS ..
a 4 t
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college \ .. "
things a ... ;
teach you eh Jimmy. 1a f "" .. r" .1 BANKRUPTCY -

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Starko JayceesTo ''t\\." .. .._"1. _, .. ,. '" ...1 WORKOUTS ''r J E
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Meet TonightStarke will ... -.
Thursday at 7:30: p m. at Norman and that category playing the piano and was first runnerupIn OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENT :::f
of Commerce building. in the regional
There will be an election : April 17. In Cathy modeling.Norman right, the l .year-old daughter of Mrs. BEGINNING AT 7:30 .a.m. .
directors and all Loca Page of Jacksonville won the regional Miss
members are urged to : of Mr. and Hemisphere beauty pageant and was second runnerupIn .
Mill Pre-Teen modeling.All TOLL FREE
three girls will compete In the Miss Florida LANSING J. ROY P.A. INQUIRIES ;::,
Roberts Reunion daughter of Hemisphere competition In Orlando In June. ATTORNEY AT LAW 1.800-342.0393I: c
at Kingsley : won the Little Lisa Yarborough. 14. of Macclenny won the regionalMiss
Sunday : talent show In Teenage beauty title and was chosen Miss ; ,7
The descendents of Photogenic. t.:.;.
Roberts and Martha ( )
ed held a reunion Sunday 0--
of Mr. and Mrs. John ',_.
Kingsley Lake.Families ..:.

Torodes at 10 started a.m. for a ; ;-':".::

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.m. and all returned to Pack. "Stornly 68 IIw
for dessert. Starksavings e Friday & Saturday! .,
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St.Have Mark's Lent Women ProgramA 10't National Brands .I

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different customs In the :
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the April meeting of the
Mark Episcopal church i
April 13 in the Parish Special Purchase! i 'J
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First Quality! ,
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Holy Trinity Episcopal SPORT 488
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Old* You Know.......... St. Edward's ActivitiesAltar Girl Scout ', !/ -:' "-.' ---;;Hampton Hilites 1r r. ,...,..= I I

Society Meet
From 6 I
Page Carol Ashline, president, presidedat
the meeting of St. Edward's Altar Newsby By Dolores Meng rie Lyn Meng celebrated her 4th birthday log him in the Recovery Room; Dr i

Don Neel was In Denver, Colo. from Society held in the parish hall April 6. Phone SS-Itl3 April 17. Young says, line up and see I". I
March Pauline Oeschger and Antoinette Teresa Manning was 14 on April 18. Happiness appeared, and joy
29 to 'April 9 attending an executj'Ve Carolyn Eaves
Stefanelli have altar care for April. 520 travelled to New Baby and Michael Starling was 9. Jerome overflowed for everyone to see,
by development the Naval seminar Aviation sponsored Executive -- The Spring Deanery meeting held Savannah Cadette Troop Ga. to the home of the Ricky and Danette Brown of Starkeare Mitchell was 16 years old on APri11t. We had all waited so long, to sing a

Institute.Mr. in Lake City on March 25 was founder of Girl Scouts last week. the proud parents of a baby boy Happy Birthday to Cindy Parade who lullabye song, '
Adam Christopher. He was born is and this new family of
those attending. Gordon Low's home is April 12 today, April 22. congratulate
Information on the St. Augustine 4 in Alachua General Hospital Once Upon A Sunday 4-4-82 three. .
and Stefanelli in the restoredarea
Mrs. attended
Henry located on Bull
the wedding of their grandson, DCCW Convention scheduled for May of Savannah. Despite the rain Gainesville 20, weighing Inches.8 Ibs. 1 oz. and Now, there was a little .story, circulating Then the ol' Stork patted himself on
measuring Vt
2 through 4'was given. of the birthplace 'round our town; back I
Michael Raymond Stefanelli, son of the scouts enjoyed the tour
Paternal grandparents are E.L. Mr. Stork had and tear shinin' through
checked the a came
yellow ;
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefanelli of Plans were finalized for the Holy lunch at the Pirates House
Jacksonville to Thursday luncheon at the local the Riverfront and (Topsy) and van Brown of Hampton. pages, and written down- Brown. "I've done this time and again" he
Mary Kathryn along
the shops '
Maternal grandparents are Alcee and 'Twas the said "and I'm 'gettin' gooder'
'Methodist Church on an April Sunday morn, every
Dumm, both of Jacksonville on Satur- seeing the restored homes, churches '
The president named Mary Gissy Gerry Rodrigue of Starke. moon was shinin' bright; time I dot"Dedicated!
day, April 17 in Sacred Hart Catholic and squares. They stayed at the Days
Church In Jacksonville and receptionin and Ruth Meng to serve on the Inn Bay Street which was nice but Paternal great-grandparents are When ol' Mr. Stork, shifted to park to: Danette and Ricky
the church hall.Mendielta nominating committee to present a not on very organized to say the least. Belle Brown of Hampton and Ida Par- Forsythe Road was almost the end.of I Inspired by: Adam C. Brown
risk of Waldo. Maternal his night. Written by: "Nanny" Brown
new slate of officers at the May 11 thank to N. Tucker for help- great-
of St. Simons Island meeting. Big with the you reservations. grandfather Is Oellon Ouellette of Fall He greeted the folks, in a yellowcar 'Gettin gooder' was Ricky's
International Dinner PlannedAn ing River, Mass. and Just smiled as they hurried favorite. expression in his younger
last of enjoyed
Thursday overnight guest Friday the troop Washington Visitors..__ ____
and International Dinner will be of away, years.
Mrs. J.H. Moncrief. Cumberland Island, off St.Mary's,
Mr. and Mrs.:Joe Riddick and D.J. "
this is
St. Edward's Altar "Why perfect timing he
sponsored by the
Ga. even though a
Mrs. Lena Robinson, Mrs. Hazel Society in the parish hall on Sunday, sun,was bright and the beach was spent Easter Week visiting their, said to" himself, 'Cause dis will be D% ServicemanAirman
Richards, Mrs. Minnie Coss and Mrs. April 25, at 5 p.m.Those attending are beautiful. The shelling was good and daughter and son-in-law, Cassie and day!
Flossie" Prescott attended the Arts invited to bring along a covered dish the Cadettes outdid themselves at finding John Cooper, at Bethesda, Maryland.John His work half done, but he couldn't
Festival in Gainesville on Saturday.Dr. of their native country. sand dollars. Two of the wild is 2nd class Corpsman at the rest, as Danette's was just beginning.So William Padgett
to Life PresentationThe Naval Hospital there. he grabbed his bag for a race
Right came down on the beach for a Promoted to Senior Airman
;. and Mrs. Greg Reddish of St. Edward's CYO Club attended real close look at us and of course They enjoyed several days touring with time; and it looked like Ricky Airman First Class William R.
Orlando will be weekend guests of his a presentation given by Lois Ann there were plenty of birds and peace, Washington special interest to was winning! son of Mr. and Mrs. DewittC.
D.J. the Smithsonian
was Aircraft
mother\ Mrs. P.D. Reddish and fami- O'Malley of Gainesville Sunday even- and Of course. Mr Stork knew the most
quiet.It Museum. They visited several other direct route Padgett of Route 2, Starke, has
in the hall. ;
ing parish
ly. Mrs. O'Malley, who serves as presi- and the really Cadettes was a appreciate very successful everyone trip Smithsonian Museums, as well as the He didn's slow down for the caution recently been promoted to Senior Air-

Me. and Mrs, A.J. McMillan of Arlington dent of the Alachua County Right to who bought cookies, the money from Capitol Building and Lincoln lights; man. is Bradford High School
Padgett a
Heights, III. were Monday Life Organization spoke on Per- their cookie sale almost paid for their also Memorial. Riding. the subway was He flew straight down S.E. 4th .graduate and is stationed at Fortuna
overnight guests of their sister-in-law, sonhood and the value of all human Interesting.D Avenue-But Ricky and Danette were"flying"
Air Force Station N.D.
life. Included in the information trip.Making who plays drums the Bradford tool ,
was a
Mnipladys:, Mooty, the trip was Tonja Me-
high His wife Elaine is the daughter of
School Band
was a guest at Into Alachua
film presentation and a question and Jo General Hospital,,to
Cloud LaTanya Tyson,
Cathy Moss of Starke.
and Mrs. William
School In
a High Concert D.C. where
the third floor
MS'and Mrs. Burge Searing ofAtlan1a answer session. Tyson, Cindy Harris, Barbara they flew;
the Navy Jazz Band performed. Finally, Mr. Stork could rest, and
were visiting his mother, Mrs. Moseley, Tammy Thomas, Tasher
Earl D. Searing over the weekend. Public Library Allen, Stephanie Dukes, Marian Sut- be Ruth beautiful said and It snowed fun. just enough to see what Danette could do. .
Later. .
Celebrating Nat'l ton, Dana Adkins, Laurie Mullins, They also visited Joe's parents, Mr. Now, I couldn't end this little Pvt. Kevin J. Randolph
Mr;: and Mrs. Hugh Hutson, Sr. of Joyce Sutton, Judy Dukes and story,
Orlando were Sunday to Wednesday Library Week Carolyn Eaves. and Mrs. Fletcher Riddick in Hobb- without the mostest perfect line Lit-' Stationed in Texas

visitors. of Mr. and Mrs. Hutson, Jr. aville, N.C. tie Adam Christopher was "clearedfor Pvt. Kevin J. Randolph, son of
Bradford County Public Library'sword Leaders: remember Neighborhood Birthdays landing" at the end of the runway Willie M. Randolph of Lawtey, has arrived
Mr'; and Mrs. M.R. Judd of Starke to the wise Celebrate National meeting next Tuesday evening at the Mildred Williams celebrated her at 10:59. for duty at Fort Hood, Texas.
and 'son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Library Week's 25th Anniversary, Methodist Church. Also the Annual birthday on April 13 with family The world stood still (the grand- Randolph a map maker with the III
MilLard Judd, Jr. of Ocala spent the April&.24 and celebrate libraries all Gateway Council meeting in Jackson- members at the home of her daughterand parents, aunts and uncles, too) and Corps, was previously assigned in

weekend at Cedar Keys where Mr. year long. ville April 22 and the annual Friend- family, Mildred O'Steen, Easter awaited the doors to open, and a proud Starke. -
The is the numberone
public library
Judd, Sr. was painting and getting ship Dinner in Gainesville at Turkey Sunday Daddy came running throughl"He's He is a 1981 graduate of Bradford
place for information, educationand On 16 John Underwood :
was 13 here shouted
ready for the Art Show at Cedar Keyson Creek, April 29. Ricky ; "and High School.
April 24-25. recreation. and Lisa Bruno was" 3_.years..- old. Car he's cute as can be, Mommy's cuddl'

Mrs. Jim McLendon and three AMERICAS: ,FAMILY DI,UG STORE
children, Stacey, Ian and Caitlin
returned to their home at Blowing

Rock, N.C Monday after 10 days visit
with !Mr. and Mrs. R.P. McLendon. GET

Mrs. Marcia Welch and children of

Savannah, Ga. spent last Tuesday to
Friday with her parents,Dr. and Mrs. READY

O.LHaynes, Jr.M'rs. summER 1

V V. Hazen and granddaughter FOR

Debra Furlong of .
Gainesville were Saturday visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. iI I

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Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins were -- -- : I

camping at Gold Head Branch State r -- t
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children of Aiken, S.C. were last I TABLETS i I ,, I I
Wednesday overnight guests of Dr. I i I Ii l-t

and,Mrs II II. Adams. :I BOTTLEOF100 207 BiVfffRIN i I II ARRID 1 lIaJ I I

Mr; W.H. Thomson and grandson, I Sale Priced ..... .,4.Mtf I II I I :
Todd; and Mrs. J.M. Blackshear join- For head & body aches. I I'I ROLL-ON ARRJD I: i
ed Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomson of Limit 1 I II DEODORANTCoupon
Birmingham, Ala. in Panacea from I Good Thru Sat. Apr. 24, 1982 1 II I IVTI1A ;
Thursday to Saturday and also visited -- I/'U: I
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomson and \... ..COUPONECKERD - .rrKolaids"- COLGATE I II II I IHW I Il
family in Tallahassee Sunday and - I TOOTHPASTE I I ISal..
Monday. - I ...... I
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I I 5-OZ + 1-OZ. FREE "" Price reflects 20 'I I'>
David Fussell of Brooker will be in I i 96 I I off label. '1Coupon c..

the cast for the play "No Vacancy" at I I ROLAIDS [ ANTACID TABLETS I I CoN, Priced ......... ..;.....,......... I I 0 ,g I a'I
Stetson University Friday night. I :
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ns Regularflavor' Limit 1 I I I
and Mrs. Raymond DeVoe of I i i Rolaids I I I I' Coupon Good Thru Sat. Apr 24, 1912V I I .t" -/-
Stare flew to Killeen, Texas over the ANTACID TABLETS I J" Good'thru' Sat,.Apii,24, 1982 ": dEi JJ
weekend to attend the marriage of I I 3/67 -- - COUPON '' )-
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their.son, Raymond,Jr.to Miss Debra Priced KolaiclsANTACID =t. iC -- -.- :; rr
Wilson. stomach. TABLETS I :mi a SUN-IN H. ,AZIZ a\8
Relieves upset PROTEIN .
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Mr and Mrs. Bill Rink returnedMonday I Limit 1 pack I VITAMIN. HAIR SPRAY HAIR ) SHADOW' OH
Coupon Good Thru Sat. Apr. 24, 1982: A-DAY LIGHTENER ; ..
after a seven day Carribean .J 409OUNCE 7.89 coerlI
I Sale' O49 11m ] Value" ..,,.... ./
cruise,on the Cunard Princess. On the V ..COUPONawww - BOTTLE 419 '- ..I ; .Qe"
last,day of the cruise tire broke but'in ---_-__-_-1RBBBB-_-_ .-_ J afclgj r r r r r r r .r\ 01'100..I g *jECKERD 2 types. f Priced ," ''I.m i ....- Price.ale. ... *Jt29* 1 ieA
Vitamin & min/ Limit 1NATURE'S Regular fI'--
the engine room while they were in r 1 < xe
eral! Super; Limit 1 -.V Day-Night Col
porn Tortola which was confined to I supplement. lection. .. __
the engine room and the ship limped |I LImit -'" ; .

on tithe last port.. Puerto Rico,about WILKINSON I ORGANIC
100 miles without electricity. I k I _ SHAMPOO..or CONDITIONER' NATIVE TANSUNTAN NO SALT JAO
!Mass\ Vicky Turner and Paul DiVito I COMPLEX Limit 1 LOTION SUBSTITUTE'{ "..tidPQ;;
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of West Palm Beach spent the PACK// 27e I BOTTLE .39Bvltamlns. ..ALI QKfwr PMCI.. ..., 4M 99) 'r] f
weekend with her mother, Mrs. Janet I ITurJ 1 I I 01"0.., 2 &3K*.., ."...'...M.,-M ...r* .. .1 N i m t-OUNCI.I ,-OUNCES. a
}, r. I I Priced m*<*> .a.r For a deep dark size/ V +r
Regular Limit
Stainless steel blades. Double I tan. Limit w
1 1 while"quantities
Denise Gissy, daughter of Mr. and I I edge. Limit 1 or with Iron. :....;". .FREE last.

Mrs. Joe Gissy of Starke, was listed I I Coupon Good Thru Set Apr. 24, 1982 I
on the 1981 Honor List for Fall I .J
Semester>; at California State University I _.COUPOH.------- r
:'Denise is a junior at the Chico, - -.- LADIES'TERRY
California college, - - ECKEOO --"Th TANK TOPS PLAYMATE
Methodist Womens Sunday School I Raga. le >... CHEST
clasahad,, lunch Tuesday at ShoGun I JOHNSON & JOHNSON 99 15OUARTMeg. 0
Restaurant In Gainesville celebrating I 3 "."
the birthday of Mrs. Bobby Shannon. I BAND-AID BRAND ([BAND-AID I Assorted sizes 16" 0

Nine,members attended. I PLASTIC STRIPS & colors.
An I Holds 18 beverI -
Mr. 'and Mrs. W.S. Haas attended I plastic I age cans & Ice. ,1
the Perry family reunion in Dublin, I BOX OF 80 67 s ; MEN'S Pushbutton lid. VINYL
Ga. (over the weekend. They were accompanied I CROSS BAND STRAP
back by Mrs. Haas' I -INCH ...... I SANDALS

brother and wife,* Mr. and Mrs. I Keep handy for minor cuts & It.IA..U.. 4..1 LAWN
Harvey H. Joiner, Jr. of Shalimer for I scrapes. Limit 1 JUU -.JO, r. I FURNITURE

several days visit.Revival Coupon Good Thru Sat Apr..COUPON-------J: 399 PICNIC CHAIR "'". I.... CHAISI "'". 30.M
) ," Lightweight soft- PVC strapping on
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Highway Baptist I I FABRICS 499 _

There will be a revival meeting at I IRISH SPRING I ,Wide mouth for 21-INCH SQUARE

Bay ess Highway Baptist Church on I SOFTENER easy cleaning, SMOKER GRILL A
SR2&beginning April 28 at 7:30: p.m. I BAR SOAP I 8099" 40 & filling Regular It.tf
Save 1 o.00
nightjy through May 5. I j'h" _
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37 For static 2999 SNACK A STORE TRAYS
I free
t, pastor of, First Baptist Sale -
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Baptist University of Arkadelphla, I AIR lid. Wooden
Ark.!He holds a Dr. of Theology I Coupon Good Thru Sal. Apr.2', 1182 RAID MATTRESS handles.

degre*and also a Dr. of Divinity. He I ..J 'ANT ft ROACH "... 14-tt ZE8CO 33.COUPON.

has been In the ministry for 33 years ,,_ --- -- - --. SPRAY 10" REELRODrrrr
served 13 of -- --- 1"01..1. ,.
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will be May 2 after I ft PVC with With
morning service. A basket lunch will I Helps control: built-in pillow: E23698.
be seed at the noon hour.There will JELL-O I pests. Limit 2IMPORTANT,
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April 22 IX2! TELEGRAPH Page ILA

.. .. 4H dub News Tina Best to CompeteIn

-n NEWSBy ;:
Carolyn its volunteer leaders. These people that provides learning experiences Teenworld FinalsMiss
Redding who great Volunteer Week, its only appropriate .
give so unselfishly of their time
I One of the greatest assets of 4-H is for your child. that you have this opportunity to
are the backbone of an organization Since April 18-24 is National become better with our Tina Marie Best, 18, daughterof School and is active in The Spanish

?;' 1A.\' _1 ...I ...".l........II}. a -. leaders. We have acquainted six 4-H clubs in Mr and Mrs. Verl R. Best of Honor Society Annual Staff for the

Bradford County and the names of Starke, has been selected for competition school yearbook The First Baptist
these are the Brooker Club, Green in the 1982 Teenworld State Church Quill & Scroll National
Acres Club (on Road JOOW), Green Finals to be held at the Saddle Brook Honor Society, Senior Class ac
Leaf Club (Hampton Area), Horse Resort in Wesley Chapel at 7:30: p.m.on tivities. WTLG 88.3 FM Radio and is
Club Lawtey Club and the Lucky June 18-20 1982. a part-time employee at Captain D's
Leaf Club (Heilborn Springs area). Teenworld has selected outstanding Seafood Restaurant.
young women from all over the stateto

This week let me tell about the participate in the three days of ac
r1 STARE you tivities. The is to
TIRE SERVICE Brooker 4-H Club and its leader Drew program designed Lawtey
14 to who
Andrews. Drew took leadership of the recognize young women 18
excel In scholastic achievement and
1534 S. Walnut Brooker Club for the first time this
St. Starke Fl 32091
964-5831 community involvement. Contestantsare
and has done fantastic withit.
year a job NewsBy
(Actoss from KOA Kampgrounds) ':' A senior in high school Drew fits judged on poise personality
his club activities into a busy grooming, and a speech or talent
schedule presentation, as well as scholasticand
of school his own personal
interests and work on his Camily'sCarm civic achievements. Entrants Elizabeth Terry
Mechanic On must have "B" better cumulative Phone
Duty t. a or : 7H2-3300
near Brooker where they maintain
grade point average and document at
a thriving business. Because of
10 Hours Daily Monday-Friday 5 Hours Saturday 7.12 all of the demands on his time, Drew least 10 hours of volunteer service to a PERSONALS:
worked primarily with a group of4Hers community or charitable organiza Mrs. J.C. Tye Sr. entertained

on the beef project this year tion.Tina's granddaughters Johnetta Tye and
and acceptance was announcedby Tracy Tally on Easter Sunday with a
saw several of these enter the
Mechanic (Bill) Bogle fair. Executive Director Carol Connery joint birthday party, egg hunt and
from the Teenworld National Office family dinner on Sunday. Those atten-
Specializing in Foreign Cars Drew's 4.11 accomplishments include Overland Park Kansas ding from Jacksonville were: Mr. and
a trip to Washington in 1981 as The competition is the official state Mrs. F.L. Roberts; Mr. and Mrs.
part of the "Washington Focus" program preliminary for the Teenworld National Robert B. Keith, Connie and Rex;.Mr.
and being named the Outstanding Finals to be held in December and Mrs. Paul Ray and daughters: ':
Week's Special \ Boy Club Member in 1981 by the of 1982. Teenworld finalists\ from all Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tally and
All Types MechanicalWork Greater Jacksonville AgriculturalFair fifty states will compete for over Chris; Mr. and Mrs. O.E. Pearson:
Oil Change Grease Association. Drew's accomplishments $56,000 in cash and scholarships and Mrs. Louise Tally of Starke; Mr. Jay
Job are many, but he has tuition grants; a Queen's wardrobe; a Hilliard and son Carl and Mr. and

All of and Oil, worked hard for every one of them. $2,000 personal appearance contract; Mrs. John Tye Jr. and John.
Types I Filter We're proud to have such a devoted and many other special prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore and

Tire Repairs leader in our 4-H program and we Throughout the year, the National sons of Hollywood, the Chuck Moores
$1425Cash kwow that the 4-H'ers of Brooker are Teenworld Scholarship Program will and Mrs. Ann Andrews were Saturday -

proud also. award over $500,000 in college overnight guests of their mother, i
scholarships across the nation. Mrs. Fred Moore. Mrs. Gayle Tudor
Next week we'll focus on another Miss Best is sponsored by Dimple's and sons, of Orange Park. Jimmy
r Ir dynamic leader, the (leader of the Style Shop, The Meat Store. Flordia Moore Miss Jan Ponsell. of Jackson
Green Acres Club, Mrs. Peggy Bank at Starke Stumps. TG&Y ville, Mrs. Rene Thompson and son
G Reichert. Jessie's Lounge, Beta Sigma Phi met Mrs. Moore at church. Mr. and
Sorority of Starke, Phyllis Rosier Mrs Tom Casey Mr. and Mrs. Lee
4-1115 open to all without regard to State's Attorney Live Oak. Mrs. Casey, and Mr. and Mrs. Johhny
race color sex or national origin. Bernie Smith and The Office Shop. Hobbs were Easter Sunday guests of
She is a student of Bradford High their mother, Mrs. Fred IHoore.

Miss Elizaheth Tcrr y went with h cr
nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs.
AMERICAS FAMILY DOUG STORE Ralph Futch and daughters to see his

brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Terry Futch and family of
Jacksonville Beach on Thursday

IsAviAusQ % afternoon.Deepest sympathy of the community

; I is extended to Mr. Carl Carter and
other relatives due to the sudden

death Carter.of his wife Mrs Mildred

We are happy to report that Mrs.
Hester Hicks Higginbotham Mr. Earl
Troxcll and Mr. John Steele are get
ting along fine after surgery. Our
r------- prayers are with all of them.
- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch and girls
r------ ------l r------ \ I -----l left for their home in Black Mountain.N.C. .

,. : I FLAVOR on Saturday morning after a
I .- 1 I I ROAST I weeks visit with their parents. Mr.

I = II I I PEANUTS J and Mrs Willie Green and other

rR I I 12-OUNCE 6 and Mrs. Richard Tyler\ of
I I .ate I I I I CHEER _... rI 1 : I Starke. are the proud parents of a son
I ? I I I I Regular 1.99 ... I Michael James Tyler born Thursday

II I I.I I DETERGENT." ... .- I .I added.Dry rOasted.limit No 1 sugar or oil. : I April Gainesville.! 15th Paternal in Shands grandparentsare Hospital.

I ( ,I Ii ,n.OUNCI I I Coupon Good Thrust 1 Apr 24.J982 I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tyler. of

I _ 1 IIt IS.I. 18 I'i' f--- Lawley.Mrs Belly Williams and Mrs. O.J.
J I9 I II I Priced .... I ---- -COUPON. -.- J Boyetle, Jr. were Wednesday luncheon
I PEPSI or DIET PEPSI I II I AI.temperature.Prlcere- 1 rI - ----- guests of their aunt Mrs. Ruth
Matched in Orlando.Mr. .
flects 15" 0" label. Limit 1
I Carbonated beverage I I I I FLAVOR TREE SNACKS..tit I and !Mrs. Randall Wayne Tyler

I 12-0i. CANS PACI/1 58 In take. I I I I Regular WITH SPECIAL 79Sesame ...REBATE OFFER" t" I I are the proud parents of a son, Randall I
along cans. Limit 2 I Wayne Jr.. born April 13 in i7
I I 1 I Sticks, Sesame r I Shands Hospital) Gainesville, Mr. and
S.I. Priced Chips, &
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I : ..l' "t1' v .J L' Thru- J I SALe PRICI .. .. .... .. 2.127. grandparents. Maternal grandparents
'-1._ -q COUPON LISS MFR 'S '0. I are Mrs. Agnes Thomas and
PONti- -- _, -- -,-
I MAIL.IHAEBATE" .....,..-100 I James Lee Calvin Lee, and Earline ,
1,.,. 11" I Tyler.Prlbrrt. .}
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WEEDERTRIMMER/ AUTO' I REBATE .. ..... 2" 27eSE I I Jordan and his niece Janet
MELNOR. POLISH EckeroSale: Price Jordan left yesterday! to spend the
'isH yf Good Thru Sat Apr 2/. I
4 eQ' 049 1992R weekend with his brother and bister
6.99Froinfor OSCILLATING SPRINKLER ggxerav.ea 4.49 ?... O I ., -- ------COUPON.rr.- J in-law Mr and Mrs. Chuck Jordan in

"'" 7QQ Sea Regular up 9.99Covers to 2800-sq. 499 Cleans & r------- _-_-_-_- --' Aiken. S.C.
bass fi _
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glut I 1 I Waycross, Ga., to sec their sister. '
- ooR 'teed. Cuts I GENERAL Mrs Navada Scott who was in the
2h" s 1 INC ELECTRIC I hospital with heart attack and 'f
p a was
OA f >E >r ER R 040 y} AUTO COOL I LIGHT BULBS s7q"OAgD! I in intensive care from April 10 to fJ
HO % g, 16! o t I CUSHION I April 15. She is now out of intensivecare.

J YE sy (' 0 90 4.99 Reg. 3 99 & I Sale, PAci166 t't'" "!,;: I I Henry. Hodges and son Mark and

Rel 3 n mer t to F+a' 19" x 34". Assorted I Priced .? I !Miss Sheila Wilkersnn. attended the

e .. r colors. I Choose 60, 75 or 100 waits stock car races in Lake City on Saturday -
-lo ,q.v r ,e1 Limit 1 pack --W I night, H

Coupon Goad Thru Sal. Apr 24. 1982 .. ...... I Mrs. Dave Kelly and sons Justin '1 i
...... and it
.. Brannon of Jacksonville spent
QA TJ, 2 0 P3 r T l. I the weekend with her in-laws Mr. and .J
TJ i VIP."".,PRO..,.,..TURBO...r....?. DRYER. - COUPON.. J Mrs. George Kelly.
OS -ILt AD R./2.N' '. PLASTIC - - __' Mrs. Adeleide Kensal ', Misses
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MiCt MM1ALI : I 1fm Mr. and !Mrs. James Gallagher and (
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... ... COLOR I
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Minimum energy use.' 1'Ir. color lids.Whll FILM I daughter Mr. and Mrs. Randy'
r..Qt.t I Fl6r ,Qn,. nemc4weAneeo9.rern39. I 12 EXPOSURES 1 Roberts and family. While here they M
'\I t"",1''''''' : 100 ASA had their son. Randall Alan Jr. bap '
.GALAXY r t SOUNDESION PORTABLE HOME' ENTERTAINMENT I C110, Cue 157| I tiled in St. Edwards Catholic Churcha
CENTER I or C135 .. ... .... of Slarke. Sunday April 18.
20 INCH *
1'W 3092 R... 44.99 R., .44.99 I LET Us PROCE99 NET ROLL OFr Mr. James Ellison of Jacksonville, ":>
WIND MACHINE t 1] 9a*;, 10.00 FILM, OET 2 FOR 1.57 Umd 2 I visited Petty Officers 1st Class and

Rp.229/ a ti .34"Batteries FI wl! 3499 Jet.I I Coupon Good Thru Sal, Apr. 24. 1982 I IBel. Mrs. Joe Harris and family on Satur-
.. '26" & day. 'l

Priced ..,....... adaptor notIncluded. Hickorylookwoodgraln I Mrs. Annie Kelly, of Starke,'visited Hrf
Provides concentrate air, finish ----_-_-_-_-_. COUPON_ _ J her aunt. !Mrs. Rossic Reddish on Sunday -, )
afternoon ViII
Now. r _ .
Mr. Oscar Vanzant spent from
KEYSTONE 110 ORAL HYGIENE I I I Thursday until Saturday with his in-
TABLES.. .- COLORIFICS By Water PlkM ALL STEREOS W Mr. and Mrs. James Wainwright
.Rp,1.H..2700> -- ,STEEL SHELVING R 929015110 g..,,.,, Hg. 19.99 I IN STOCK 'j,," I went on a three day vacation. Her d:3'i
Regular 19.99 24" I ---- son. Mr. Jack Wainwright. of ;
Irf Save 6.00 29 I $30 sit Tallahassee, came to stay with his Iii
Plastic. For-cleaner ) I OFF Mrs.
I I mother. Truby Wainwrightwhile .
decoratorcolors. '1499 Electronic sen-. teeth, healthier L(1'y
I they
REGULAR RETAIL ( J were gone.: .
30" x46"xWhite setron;controls gums. I Choice of PRICES Deepest sympathy of the community'
any stereo In stock, : I is extended 3
12". ,;; f. to Mr. and Mrs. B.L.t.

brown or 'GENERALELECTRIC- EVEREADY I Coupon Good Thru Sal Apr ,......to .. B., I Wilkison III, due to the death of their .t
.STACI< yellow. i. 9-VOLT \ 24 1982 r 'L ono; .-. ., infant son B.L. Wilkison IV. Our
SHOE BATTERIES ... rnmi \ \'# prayers arc with them.

.,.. MAOICUSES, .....X.IS, -------.COUPON..J_ : Mr. and Mrs. Mark Box are the proud :, a

4.99 Compact 0'....ABLE. Prbb.... ....1- .. .16' .r------- ::1I9 _"_---tI'_ born parents April 18 of.a in Chicago son, Thomas III. Maternal Allen ((3

organize For better low Energized for I r.:::::: ,1 grandparents are Mr. and Mrs., ina
.light shots. II
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William Griffis. Paternal .
T' radios' A more. I ANY CEILING I is Mrs. Minnie Box grandparent .

I FAN IN Mr and Mrs. Hermie
Kelly carried
1 OPEN DAILY 9 to 9. SUNDAY 10 to 7,, Sol. Prices good thru Sat. ApriJ 24lh I STOCK their brother E.L. Kelly. Sr., to J'

WE RESERVE.THE RIGHT TO IIMIT QUANTITIES $20 I Veterans Hospital in Gainesville on
I OFF --
I Monday.Mr. .

,..VISA I REGULAR RETAIL PRICES I and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited. atid
Bradford .Canter /" I Entire stock of 'their sister-In-law Mrs.Thelma Kelly
Sq. Shopping ceiling fans I in the Home '
; ,,;: ; Various styles & colors. Nursing on Sixth Street; tIn
; I Gainesville '
on ,
I Monday
r 83) S. Walnut! Street r Starke ': .' jf ':" f.. l.coulCln Good Thru S.". Apr. 24, 19112 Northside Church dedicated the'it flfc
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, .' -
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Opening Up Downtown Starke... downtown so long. The alternative was locating on IIS-30I somewhere \! I'"
The cars will get dusty; Byron Terwillegar realizes,but he Is banking on the "
Byron Terwillegar of Terwillegar Ford is opening up the downtown area by new approach and exposure to traffic on US-301 to supply customers f u} tkr. I',
renovating the former Jimmy Moore building Into an open air car show room. Byron Terwillegar purchased the building at auction for some 100000. A
Contractors Steve and Scot Whitehead and Steve Cubbedge are giving the service station was torn down to make room to display cars and trucks on the ,
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Depression era building a new lease on life.Windows have been removed and south side of the block facing Madison Street. T
the walls taken out to floor level to allow a view through the building from The building will be painted white with blue trim to match the Ford dealership
t'S-301 and it will also display Call Street.The open air building will be a novel building on Madison Street. ..
approach to car sales for downtown Starke and one of the largest show roomsin The building was contructed by Joe Andrews back during the 30's for a Ford ''1.1'',> ? "
North Florida.. Basic idea is for people to be able to walk around after hours dealership. Hard times forced the Ford dealership to move out of the "";".. wk r
and on weekend. business. Then It housed the Chevrolet dealership operated by Ed Torode for ,(01'1, : cIA' I'
Of primary concern to the Terwillegar and his father.Clyde, was staying in many years. In recent some years the building was the home of JimmyIcHlre! ', ," >.. : I
the downtown area, from a service standpoint, and since they've been Sun Sports, a boat sales dealership. ISprucing .

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I Bradford Middle School NewsCTBS i Joey Bennett applies new "mud" to spruce up the plastered walls In the I
old Andrews Building recently purchased by Terwillegar Ford. Bennett and I I'
Steve Cubbedge at bottom, are knocking out deteriorated plaster and

replacing it on the solid block walls.PreAnniversary __________________ I'
Scores have come in and will P.E.; Tuesday, April 20 Math and Schlosser. was dance chairman and did an I r
Related Arts. Jim from the job along with the PENTECOSTAL
be going home as soon as possible. Phillips Departmentof outstanding UNITED
PTO meeting May 4, BUS gym. Report cards go home Wednesday, Education visited Ms. Carideo's Association s officers and volunteers.A CHURCH :
April 28.Mrs. class. Did a nature study on the special thanks to Jim Peronto who MusicalThe a
Lorraine Smith's resource nature trail behind Vo. Tech. He volunteered his talents as D.J. and 204 N. Wol.rs Rev. O.I. Wall ,I
gave Young Adult Choir of Greater . .
On March 31 April 1, approximately room students are writting letters to ideas on how to improve the trail to be was great. There wre 329 well- friday 7:30 PM. Youth $ rvle I
and Allen Chapel A.M.E., Starke will be . .
275 Pre-Vocational Health pen pals in Lancaster, Texas. They used for study. We will be cleaning it behaved students attending the musical Saturday, 7:30 PM. ..M.n' PrayerM h I
sponsoring a on 24,
April ..
Home Economics students at BMS will be dance and lots of fun tlng
sending photos of themselveswith up and making bird houses, feeding was had by all.
participated in a "Taste Session. their letters. The following grounds to attract wild life. Very en- Many thanks to you all for making 1982. at 7:30: p.m. featuring The All Sunday, 10 AM E 7:30 PM . .Sunday I''
This "Nutrition Awareness" experience Male Chorus of Ocala; The Male School i .lllk S.rvlc. I
students in Mrs. Smith's classes have joyable experience for all. Also win- this such a great success. A total of Chorus of Evang
focused on the Basic 4 food completed Auditory Perception ners for this week's dress-up day $500 was made. Gainesville, and other local Tuesday 9 AM. .ladl..Prpyr Mcatlng 1 r
The first emphasis was choirs. .. i
groups. day, Training Listening Skills: Devin were Shon Davis, Michelle Crawfordand W.dn.tday. 7:30 PM. BlbU Study
on sampling foods from the meat, Carlson, Betty Greene, Danette Grif-- Darrell Rich. I Ob.y Acts 2:33 I .
bread groups, the second day, foods fis, Tom Hardenbrook, Billy Heavner, The 8th Grade Parent Association
from the bread/cereal and milk LONG<1HAM P HOMES I ING
Charles Hilliard, Tom Parker Chuck sponsored a dance Saturday night in PLEASANT HOPE
groups opportunities were tasted.to sample There around were op-100 Ross,Stacy Sapp, Phillip Taylor, Lisa the BMS gym with proceeds going BUILDERSBEFOPE I FULL GOSPEL CHURCH
different foods, and students Thomas, Allen Varnes, Tom toward paying for the 8th grade trip to Extends To You A Hardy Welcome
couraged to taste new foods and were make en- Williams, Randy Wood, and Angie Disney world,April 2>1. Jackie Morrow YOU PAY TOO MUCH To Worship With/ Us!

written evaluations on their reac- GHEGKK/ITH US Sunday School . . . .9.45a.m.
tions. This was a exciting and Raiford First Baptistto / I Morning Worship.. . .. . II a.m.
educational experience very made possi- hold homecoming PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS FINANGE AVAILABLE I AT 117"4::! / 131x4 Evang.ll.tle. . . . . .. .7 p.m.'
ble by a Nutritional Awareness Fun- Mld-W. Sarvlc, Tue..7 p.m.
ding grant. Homecoming services will be 1 II F YOU QUALIFY I Friday . . . . . .7:30p.m.
observed at the First Baptist Churchof 1.2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. R.v. Corey Pastor :

Artist of the week: Randall Polk did Raiford Sunday, April 25. From '130" to '275" 964-6853. 9 6 4-6..J r:: "'1. We invite each and everyone to wor : I
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an ink illustration of the Eskimo In- Former pastor Rev. William Wilsonof ship us during our big Gospel
dian folk story, "The Three Lakeland will be the speaker. STARKE FLA Sing featuring the Redeems. Sat.,
Brothers." Lunch will be served at 1 p.m. The ltt: 1530W. M'dlson} ... April/ 21 at 7:30: p.' m. .

Scripture Quartet and others will be .Phane,964.612. "II, .. .
Sixweekstestschedule: Friday, present for singing to begin at 2pm,. E.OALHaus.os > .1? '
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Lady Tornadoes are Top-Seed in Girls SoftballBradford it 1 tttal'et

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High School's girls soft- seed Live Oak (4-6). In the other The victory over Keystone was a
bad team has been accorded the bracket Eastside ((1-9) and 3rd-seed sweet one for Coach Gayle Lee sinceit Sherri Nipper scored in (that frame as
number one seed for this week's Santa Fe (5-5)( ) play Wednesday with was the first time she has ever BHS snapped out of a 1-1 deadlock

District\ 5-AAA tournament which the winner taking on number 2 beaten a KHHS team The differencein Jackson) was 4-4, Kay Allen 2-3. and t r
|run* Wednesday through Friday, Buchholz ((9-1) Thursday at 4:30.: The the ballgame came In the top of the Nipper and Blackshear both produced
April: 21-23..at Santa Fe High School. finals will bo Friday afternoon at seventh when Kathy Diggs roped a singles when Lee called on them as ,
Ti)8BHS) girls, last year's District 430.: line-drive home run down the left field pinch-hitters in the big sixth Inning f
and Region champs, open tourney line to break a 7-7 tie. rally.
play| Thursday at 3.00 at Santa Fe. The Lady Tornadoes finished up R HI
The Lady Tornadoes tied Buchholz 12-2 overall, the second best regular Diggs was 4-for-4 for the day, with .......... 410 001 I e I* 4 tr"i
for-4he best record in district play season In BHS girls Softball history, her homer plus a triple Lorraine MI....._....., tOO Oft. t I* 4 9f
with both having 9-1 marks and J
BHS with of wins road Bass also and 3-4 while
a the was .
pair one-run on tripled H0 1M... (pis) II map. *... won a draw to get the number one last week. They edged Middleburg 8-7 Vonda Kay Hall, Val Hamm, and
seed. That puts Bradford against the last Thursday and then nipped Hope Jackson added singles. ar.N.r/ 001 ass 0 0 It 4
winner of a Wednesday game between Keystone Heights 6-5 Monday after A big 5-run sixth inning was the keyto ....- 000 014'.1" *
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I i:: BUS Boys Enter 5-AAA Baseball Tourney in Slump .. ., ..
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Bradford High's baseball Tornadoes Bradford ((5-5) was to take on Live Early in the year BHS was outhit- ing a no-hitter in the sixth, but the Winkler Other Tornadoes
limped into this week'sDistrict Oak (4-6) Wednesday night at 7:30: ting its errors but the team has fallen Tornadoes couldn't capitalize on the 2
5-AAA tournament with 5 after GHS and Eastside (4-6) openedthe into a batting slump of late. They times it had runners to third base Head Into District PlayTornado
losses' in their last 6 district games tourney with a 4:30: game. If the were held to 7 scattered hits by Live Scott Allen tossed a hitter at Santa
and are seeded fourth entering the Tornadoes get past Live Oak they'll Oak and 2 hits by Santa Fe and saw Fe, striking out 7, but the Raiders
6-team tourney which runs Wednes- play Buchholz Thursday night, April their team batting average dip below took advantage of the BHS defense to senior Eddie inkier, pictured above stinking a forehand with a
day through Friday, April 21.23 at 22, at 7:30 with Santa Fe meeting the .300 for the first time all year (to score 4 unearned runs. little 'tongue in cheek help, is at the District tournament' in Gainesville '
Perry Field on the University of other Wednesday' winner in the 4:30: .297). Hudson was for-4 with a double along with the other Bradford boys and "gills, team members this week t
Florida campus game. BHS Coach Mike Hartley said and both Randy Parado and Mike At a 3-hour seeding' mf'cling.oach Jerry McGriff attended Tuesday night
The defending champ Tornadoeswere the finals are set for 8 p.m. at Perry "The key people who were hitting at Waters 2-3 against Live Oak. Parado Winkler received' the number seed in the second singles division and joined
on top of the district Friday night. the beginning of the "season haven'tbeen and Richie Fender had the hits with Bradford's top player Craig Sapp, to draw a second seed at( number 1
race by
a hitting: the ball, Hartley said. Santa Fe both in the sixth singles' Winkler is 11 1 in singles and 9-1 in doubles this year for a sparkling
scam margin after I>scoring 4-3 against( ,
win The District 5-AAA winner will visit "For the first time since I've been
ovcir Eastside with Fender's base being a 3-run 20-2 overall' mark. He and Sapp are 7.0 as a team Play starts in the (tourney'
last but Live rap
Tuesday the Ocala area champion Tuesday here haven't the end of
we come on at double. Wednesday morning and continues through finals Friday, April 23.
,blanked BUS 1-0 last Thursday April 27, in the Regional playoff the year. Last year we won 10 in a Waters had the other BUs Gainesville High Sdinnl, last )f'ar'l' landslide District champ and state
an) Santa Fe knocked the
error- Asked Tuesday what the Tornadoeswill row, the year we won Region (1979)we RBI.I M I runnerup, is again the choice to roar to the team' title in the boys division
plagued to Tornadoes into fourth with a have to do to repeat as District won something) like 7 of our last 10. raiNor 00* MO I r 4llmCMh with every one of its players the number 1 seed while the' girls\ tourney
6-5 in Friday night. champs Hartley saul 'We've gotta We usually come on strong at the end .. 010 MM > It. shapes! up as a duel between Buchholz, GHS Keystone, and Lake City..
Eju.chh.olz (6-4)( Wlw> I HuHlon 4)II )
), winners of its finals ((1
hit the ball. We haven't stopped make of the year. This time we went HiHtuii.lr Bradford's boys have drawn heeds' in 6 of the 7 brackets and could be in the
district games, won a coin flip to win ing errors all (totaling 73). backwards."
year fight for second' place' ifr'verthmggoes' p'rCI'ctly. We should definitely be in
the number one seed for the tournameM We've been playing terrible defense Two good pitching performanceswere .d.0'4 Ml MJ 0 411SwMP "
$ the top 5 unless we' reallyjust die, McGriff said after returning from Tues
with Santa Fe ((6.4) second and all year I assume we're gonna make 3 lost last week Scott Hudson 100 S40 111 GHS "It looks I estimate the
Gainesville{ W Ork r4. t All. ((1.1)M ). day's meet\ing really pretty good maximum
High ((5-5)) third. "
( or 4 errors in the tournament ames. threw a l-hitter at Live Oak, just los- .0....(II). Oyl.rd (If). points w<* can !score is 17 and we took third with 1J points in 1979.HO. But ,
I there's a lot of "if's" in there."

For Bradford Jeff Johnson! who is I02with straight wins, ilt 'the second
seed' at number 4 l singles, while Phil Miller ((9 :1)) and Shane Johnson (16.31
I were chosen' as :lrrll seeds at numbers 3 and 5-iespectively In number 2
1st Baptist Norman's Keystone Preseason WinnersMen's doubles Miller and Jeff Johnson, who are 6.2, were picked as number seeds. Theonly girl to draw a seed for BHS was Faith Roberts, who was tabbed as
the number 2 l seed at the 4th singles spot after compiling a 10-2 record this

Church Gnffis 3-4 with a double, and Jack hero, Ginny Kilby, and Sharon Kilby eliminated 301 Quick Stop from the year' She has won her' last 7 mdlches Hohrils and Tina Bow I 1 did i not rate a
1st Baptist and Smyrna Baptist won Anderson 2-4 with a triple and doublein were all 3.4 with Gail Crews 23. Men's tournament last week. In seed at number 2 doubles despite (heir 5.record together Bowen is also 7.2
division titles and 1st Baptist won a its easy win over Pine Level. For In the semifinals Wednesday Nor- Thursday night's championship game at number' 3 singles hut unseeded
bailie between the 2 for an overallchampionship the losers Wayne Blankenship was man's outscored the Saints 11-3 while the Keystone team handed Expressits
in the Starke Rec. 3-3, Lloyd Allen 3-4, Harry Melton 2-3 the Rowdies beat the Cubbettes 95. first loss of the year (after 2
Department's preseason church with a double Robert Bowen 2-3, and Cubbedge was 4-4 and Mains and unbeaten tournament wins) by a 14-13
league tournament last week. Randy Alvarez 23.Wom..n's. Lorna Leasure 3-4 for Norman's with score.
Id Thursday night's championship Sheila Forsyth adding 2 hits in 3 at The Merchants did most of their Wins
ganie 1st Baptist, the'A division winner League bats. Carolyn Redding and Mary damage in. the third inning pouring Express Jax. Tourney
;; topped 'B-champ Smyrna'3-1 Norman's Farm edged the Rowdies Brown both had 3 hits For the Saints across 13 runs on 13 singles, to go

The 2-fr,3.hit( ayLt lWtlbur Waters 8-6 last Thursday night ApriLl5_to. -.while_ aneLSiemer_andJanke... front down 5-0 to up by 8 runs. ,
Mike Hartley j ndEst Phillips, plus capture the Women's League Stevens were 2-2 and Darlene Evans "'* JoAn Jameson was 3-for-3 and Andy The1 Exprrtt 'of'Starke made it'3tournament : Matt Hull who led Express with 6
3-4 to wins in as many tries as homers and 22 RBIs and was secondin 1
tough defense, sparked the winners to preseason tourney.A 23. Phelps and Glen Moyerboth
the title: They allowed. Smyrna just 3 3-run rally in the top of the 7th in- The Rowdies rallied for 4 runs in the lead the winners. Pacing Express! was they came out of the loser's bracket to batting average with a 630 mark,
hits. of the break 4-4 tie Donald Wheeler win the Jacksonville. Firefighters' was chosen as the tournament MVP
ning was the difference for the winners top seventh to a Doug Mains 4-4, and
In the earlier division title the Cubbettes. both Tournament at Drew Park last Overall Hull is hilling .605 with 16
games1st with Joy Mains, Sheryl Jackson, with Ginny Kilby was and Randall Thomas, 45. Randy
Baptist scored 4 runs in the fifth and Vorease Jones scoring for Nor 4-4 from her leadoff slot while Geneva Corbin and Matt Hull had doubles for weekend home runs this sear

and 3 more in the sixth to defeat the man's to wipe out a 6-5 Rowdies lead. Hodges banged ou a triple and 2 Express. After beating CR Steel' 17-3, Beaver Randall Thomas had (he top balling fl
Starke Stars 7-2 while Smyrna bounced Jones, Peggy Nettles and Linda Cub- doubles in a 4-4 night and Debbie In the Wednesday game Express Tire Service 6.3, and Sportaboit 21-6, average wuh a 650 weekend' Joey. r
Pine Level 205. bedge were 3-for-4 to lead the winners Banister was 33. Stoppelbein had a knocked off the Country Boys 9-5 with Express was knocked' into the loser's Bonnet hit 625, Stuart Duncan 615,
M. Pittray, was 2-3 and Ronnie Harris with Nettles slamming a triple and pair of doubles and Sharon Kilby had Matt Hull going 3-4 with a double and bracket with a 5-4 loss to Jax. Navy Tom Paladino Jr 600( with homers:
1-1 for 1st Baptist while Chuck double. Jackson also had a 2-base hit. one 2-bagger.. D. Wheeler, Mark Graudons. and But the Starke club came bark to and 9 HBIs. Chub Johnson<< 571 Doug
Johnson and John Thompson were The Rowdies were led by Geneva Chub Johnson all adding 2 hits clout 9 home' runs and rip State Farm Mains 5Th, Bill Grudge' 520 with 5
both 2-4 for the Stars. Hodges, who was 4-4 with a double Men's League For Country Boys Tommy Wise was 27-2 in 5 innings\ > and then' handed Jax (homers and 18 HBIs Donald Wheeler
Smyr! la was led by Sam Bassett 4-5, and Penny Hannah) who was 4-4. Maybe it wasn't an upset after all 3-4 and David Thigpen and John Navy losses h> scorns of 6.2 and M to 43/with 2 homers, and Greig Mo\cr
John G -iffis 3-4 with a triple, Marvin Luanna Mundorff, Fritzie Stoppel- when the Keystone Merchants Ramsey added doubles. take first place 4)5:) with 6 RBIs

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NOTICE OF INTENTION ABOVE ESTATE AND. "All,4.?''TERESTEO iVtho-Estot. to ty Florida I will sell the th.nc. South 15 degrees GILBERT S. BROWNAS 331.8 feet to the East PUBLIC

TO RE STER FICTITIOUS OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED Y whom> : a copy of this property situated In 04 30' West, a distance CLERK OF SAID line of S.R. I ICO; thence in
NAME IN THE ESTATE,, Nolle of Administration Bradford County, of 179.65 feet to an Iron COURTBy a SE'ly direction along HEARING
Purs nt to Section YOU ARE HEREBY.hoi,, been mailed or. r.qulred Florida described asA : stake located In sold SW' : Beulah Moody the Easterly ROW of S.R.
865.09. Florida Statutes. NOTIFIED that the administration WITHIN THREE parcel of land lying 1/4 of SE 1/4 run thence Deputy Clerk 100. 110 feet; thence Pursuant to Public Law 92-500 a public hearing
notice s, hereby given of the Estateof MONTHS FROM THE partly In the NW 1/, of North 89 degree 30 10" 4/22 2tchg ./29IN Easterly to a point that shall be
that t e undersigned AARON" JEFFERSON DATE OF THE FIRST SE 14'and partly In the West a distance of intersects the Easterlyline conducted at City Hall on May 25, 1902 at
Anna J an Alvarez 1650S. CRAWFORD. o/k/a PUBLICATION OF THIS SW 1/4 of SE 1/. of Section 191.25 feet to said THE CIRCUIT COURT of the NW 1of SW 7 p.m. o'clock to discuss revisions to the City of
Wol ul St., Stork.. AARON J. CRAWFORD''1'NOTICE- ill. any ob 28, Township 6 Easterly" boundary; run FOR BRADFORD COUNTY .' 1/4 of Section 3;. thence Starke's 201 facilities
Fla. 32 1 sole onw.r, a/k/a A.J,, CRAWFORD i.cdonstth.y may have South.. Range 22 Easton th.nc. North 2 degree FLORIDA North to POB. plant consisting of
dOing b sin... under Ih. Deceased pending In lhtll'choll.ngn the the City of Starke. Bradford 39 West along told CIVIL ACTION at public sale,,to the discharge of treated waste water into alligator
firm n m. of Jabow.s the$! Circuit, Court Jog'qualification: { of the P.rBondRepres.ntativ.s County, Florida, Easterly boundary a Case No. 82.8COMMUNITY highest bidder for cosh creek.
Fashion, 1650 S. Walnut Bradford County or said parcel being more distance of 101 feet to STATE at the door of the Bradford (
Str..t Stork.. Florida Florida Probate Department the venue or jurisdiction particularly described as the Point of Beginning. BANK OF STARKE. Plaintiff County Courthouse. The city's requesting EPA Grant Assistance for
32091 I tends to r.gist.r the, address of of the Court. follows: at public sale. 'to th. vs. OVID NORMAN in Starke, Florida between Improvements to the existing plant A
said f clitious name which I I. Bradford County' All ,"i. CLAIMS Commence at the highest bidder for cash and THELMA V. NOR. Ham. and 2 p.m. '
under the aforesaid Courthouse, North Temple DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS Southwest corner of said at th. door of the front MAN. Defendants on the 6th day of May preliminary draft is on file for public examinationat

statute.Dot. j Avenue Starke. NOT SO FILED NW 1/4 of SE 1/' and run County COut.hou."ln NOTICE OF SALE 1982. .the.,City Clerks Office Interested parties can
this 8th doy.y( t...Florida 32091. The PerIsonalRepresentative Will FOREVER. ,BAR. South 89 degree 37 Bradford Florida batween -, NOTICE I I. hereby GILBERT S. BROWNAS review the draft
April 1982 In Bradford'. 'I ,, of RED. East along the Southerly 11 a.mond2pm.on given that, pursuant to CLERK OF SAID plan between the hours of 8 a.m.
County| Fla W' 'W r' the Estate is AARON ED.' Dote lot' th. 'first boundary thereof, a the 6th day of 'May.. the Final Judgment COURT i to 5"p.m. Monday thru Friday.
4/8 4tchg 4/29 WARD CRAWFORD publication of this Notice distance of 38.89 feet to 1983 entered In case number By: Beuloh Moody
the of GILBERT S. BROWNAS the Circuit Court Deputy Clerk FOR THE CITY OF
whose address is Post of Administration. : April Easterly boundary 82 8. In STARKE
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Office Box 1056. Starke. 22, 1982. the right-of-way of Stale CLERK OF SAID for Bradford County 4/22 2tchg 4/29
REGISTER FICTITIOUS Florida 32091 The name Aaron Edward CrawfordAs Road 100 (also known a* COURT Florida. I will sell the NEIL C. TUCKER
NAME and address of the Personal Personal Representative Water Street), to the By: Beulah Moody property situated in Classified Ads
Pursuant to Section Representative' of the Estate of Point of Beginning From Deputy Clerk Bradford County, CITY CLERK
86S.09. Florida Statutes, Attorneys are set' forth AARON JEFFERSON Point of Beginning thus 4/27 2tchg 4/39 Florida, described as: Get Results
notice, Is hereby given below CRAWFORD. o/k/o described run In a Northerly IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Commencing at the NE 4 22 ?lchq 129

that the undersigned.Joan All PERSONS HAVING AARON J. CRAWFORD direction along FOR BRADFORD COUN- corner of" the NW 1/4 of
M. Callan and CLAIMS OR DEMANDS a/k/a A.). CRAWFORD. said Easterly boundaryand TV, FLORIDA SW 1/, of Section 3, BRADFORD mss....
Virginia M. Strulh Box 'against the Estate are required Deceased along the arc of a CIVIL ACTION Township 7 South. Range COUNTY
205 Hampton Flo.. P.O. WITHIN THREE ATTORNEYS FOR PERSONAL curve concave to the Cas. No. 83.136 22 East run South 30 feet TELEGRAPH ERR "
Box 22S. Stork., flo. soleor ,MONTHS FROM THE REPRESEN. West and having a radiusof 5.D.A. CORP.. Plaintiff for POB; thence West 364-6305
loins owners. doing DATE OF THE FIRST TATIVE: BESSENT. 143:15 feet a distanceof v' .. TARCELIA WOIBERT FRULKNEI
business under the firm ';PUBLICATION OF THIS MOODY A SALZMAN.WM 52,13 feet a* and JESSE J. WOIBERT.
name of Mascot NOTICE to file, with the' A. BESSENT. Ill ES measured along chord JR., Defendant rr Floriland REALTY .
Novelties, Graham Fla. 'Clerk of the above Court QUIRE60o having a bearing of NOTICE OF SALE Realty
Intends to register said a written statement of W. Madison Street North 13 degree 07'W NOTICE Is hereby Phone 964-7700
fictitious, name under the any claim' or demand Post Office Box 1054 West to the end of laid given that pursuant to '. 964-5065 mI
aforesaid statute they may have. Each Stork. Florida 32091 curve; run thence 23 the Final Judgment 393 N. Temple Avenue, Starke,. Fl.
Dated this 8th day of claim' must be in writing ((904)964-7262) degree 37' West along entered In ca'. number BUYING OR SELLING PROPERTY )' .' 'I' )
April 1962 In Bradford and must Indicate the 4/22 Jlchg ./29IN aid Easterly boundary 82-136. In the Circuit TALK TO A REALTOR IC 221 Lafayette St. Across from
'/8 4lpd 4/29 basis of the claim the a distance oi 37.17 feet Court Bradford County I iR newly built home for rent OFFICE Wishbone
'name and address of the THE CIRCUIT COURT to the beginning of a Florida. I will cell the e Reduced In Price. 4 I* home, out of city with 200' enMl. Monday HOURS:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT creditor, or his agent or FOR BRADFORD COUNTY curve concave to the East property situated InBradford Ideally suitable far 'ln-home business.Acreege. Friday S Saturday ? _HI
OF FLORIDA EIGHTH attorney, and the FLORIDA and having a radius of County C Sec.. farm. 3 B* hose, eiitre smell aottege,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN amount claimed. ff the CIVIL ACTION 148.14-feet: run thenceIn Florida described a*: plus 2 outside IIld,.. Some financing. Fenced, good grade oUVEIAL Building I lots different location' In City.
AND FOR BRADFORD claim Is not yet due, the Case No. 12.108COMMUNITY a Northwesterly direction Lot 6, Block 2, THE road off paved read, only to this form.. Very picturesque oALMOST COMPLETED 1100 sq '1. home. (sell.. I.) h.. 3
COUNTY. FLORIDA. Probate date when it will become STATE along the arc of lost WOODS subdivision .area.IS. I0"1 land priced at 57500.
Deportment due shall be stated. If BANK OF STARKE. a aforesaid curve a according to a plot Acre Good financing, large eek trees, .,pro.. 2 oNOW fS THE TIME to look at lake Lots. we have Some.
Case No. 82-32-CP the claim Is contingent or Florida corporation. distance of 20.16 feet a* thereof recorded In Plat miles from Storke. oOOUIUWICI on 2'/\ acres, with many extras. perches.
o S Acre with essumebte _rt,. et 10'.% Has partial fish pond, fencing ,
((1-3394)) unliquidated the natureof Plaintiff vi.' JESSE JWOIBERT. measured along a chord Book 3. page 44, public built barn. OWl furnishings, etc.
IN REt ESTATE OF the uncertainty shall JR. and having a bearing of record af Bradford e 3 Ac,... No ,Improvement oTWO HAVE acreage; from 1 acre up to 130 acre..
AARON JEFFERSON be dated. If the claim I I. TRACELIA T. WOLBERT. North 19 degree 4T 40" Florida. NEW LISTINGS C/I home In Stork. I. 30s:
County 2 Acres with 3 M block home
to a qualified buyer, good 0511 THIS LOVELY
CRAWFORDka .secured the security Defendant. West ta an Iron take, at public sale, to the financing.Double. el.ctrlc. 7 acre tract 0. Hwy 301 with septic a
AARON J. CRAWFORD shall be described. The NOTICE OF SALE thence South 85 R.DueiDt
run bidder '
hlghesl for cash Wide custom built home, lot sole, 140 .I2S'.
o/k/o AJ. Crawford claimant shall deliver NOTICE Is hereby degree! 06' 90T East. a at the front door of the e Room to expend and grew garden 1 Ac. with 3 M Houses end Apartments Far Kent
Deceased. sufficient copies of the given that pursuant to distance of 215.66 feet bon Property
Bradford County Cour hose .largo I.'.'. and storage aree.Ivenlngst Management Service
NOTICE OF AD- claim to th. Clerk to the Final Judgment Iron stake, run thence tho"... In Starke, Please Cell Appraisals'
MINISTRATIONTO enable the Clerk to mail entered In case number South 76 degree '1' 13" Florida between II e.mm Vemlo Odes Broker Susan M. '.IIlkn.r'RIAL TO..S04S
ALL PERSONS HAVING one copy to each Personal 82.106. In the Circuit East, a distance el 62.96 and 2 p.m. on the 6th day OM, Phone''4-S47e. Irene L. Faulkner' IEALTOR-ASSOCIATE t61
CLAIMS OR Representative. Court for Bradford Coun- feet to an Iron stoke: run of May 1983. ._ J.R. Kelly. Associate lucllleSpry-BROKERSALCSMAN.944B4MJ -$112

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\.' i.!'- 301 Quick Stop Nips Express 23-22 to Take Lead

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I 301 Quick Stop outslugged Express ballgame Tuesday. Alvarez had totaled 22 hits. Greig Moyer added a
":,!\f. ,'q 23-22 in a game where the lead changed Men's Leaguehalt already busted a 2-run homer. John triple; Randy Corbin and Bill Ratliff
.\: .1"', _. h hands 5 times at Edwards Road Ramsey was 3-4 with a triple for the both had 2 doubles; and Joey Bennett
'J. Tuesday night and Country Boys and an Express rally. winners while Steve Cox also tripled and Doug Mains had doubles.
Olin's Mobile Homes also came McClelland was 4-for-5 with a and Terry Gaines Tommy Wise and
through the first week of Men's homer and double Sam Sibley 3-4 Lloyd Gilpin had doubles and Roger For the Honkies Tim Potts was 3-4
.'O '. League play undefeated.The with a homer and triple and Terry Mitzel was 23. with a triple Benji 2-3 and Charles
Quick Stop Express game Hardee 3-4 with a HR and 2 doubles. For Keystone Wesley Sheffield was
k4N. featured a dozen homers belted out of Also Gene Tanner and Paladino 3-5 with a homer Mike Grace 3-4 witha 34.Olin's was led by L. Bass, who went
\ Edwards Rd. park with 8 of them cracked home runs and Ronnie triple Steve Thomas 4-4 with 2 2-3 with a double. Glen DeSue also had
.. launched by Quick Stop. Terry Stratton Thomas had a double. doubles and Larry Turknett 3-5 witha 2 hits including a double. Lamar San-
clubbed 3 of the homers for Quick For Express Matt Hull was 3-5 with double. ford was 2.2 with a double for the
Stop and had 7 RBIs but it was a 3-run 2 homers and Bill Goodge was 4-5 witha Wildcat' with Buck Norman and
shot by Farelon McClellan that gave double. Doug Mains added a 3-4 Monday. April 19 Wayne Teston adding doubles.
the winners breathing room. MeClellan's night with a home run Stuart Duncanwas The Express outslugged the .
r drive to left with Gene 3-5 with a double Joey Bennett Honkies 18.12 and Olin's edged the Standing. W I
Melvin and Tom Paladino Jr. aboard and Randy Corbin 3-5 and Bill Ratliff Lawtey Wildcats 6-4 as Men's League Sop ((9u.April 70)Country ) IHI .0
made it 22-17 in the bottom of the fifth 1-3 with a 2-run homer. play opened at Edwards Rd. field. I Quick Hop 10
and Express couldn't quite make up Jimmy Alvarez tripled home Ricky Donald Wheeler went for-5 with a 011".Mobil.H.",.. '..

the difference as Ronnie Thomas and Bennett in the bottom of the eighth In- double Matt Hull was 3-3 with a double t.lipran....,wild.., 0.0 1.1
"" ,,'' John Watson came up with sterling ning to lift the Country Boys past and Bill Goodge was 3-4 with a Ko,,,.".Merchant 0-! ,
defensive plays in the last inning to_ Keystone 16-15 in another exciting triple to lead an Express team that Hankl. I
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Getting That 'Rundown' Feeling... Lead Church 6A' League With 1st-Week VictoriesDefending
Eric Noegel of the Met got trapped between second and first base during
Monday afternoon Dixie Youth Major League action and was tagged out by -
Giants second baseman Richie Barnes. Backing the play up is Giant short- league champ Kingsley and double for Calvary. Richard Baptist smacked 5 homers with ,
stop Billy lIeavner.GiWlts Lake the Starke Stars and 1st Church 'A' Slade and Buddy Padgett added Jim Lewis and Mike Hartley connec-
( Methodist are the early leaders in the doubles.In ting for 2 apiece and Wilbur Waters
'A' divions of Starke Church League hit out of Westside.Richard the Westside Field game Curtis adding the other 4bagger. Lewis was
Softball. All three are 1-0 after wins Warren was 2-for-3 with a Crawford and Roger Bennett both 34. Hartley 2-3, and Craig Sapp 3-5
Lawtey Blue & Gold early this week. double for the Stars while John Riggs belted 2-run homers to spark Kingsley with a triple. !\
In Tuesday's lone 'A' game popped a triple and Mike Southerlandhad Lake. Bennett was 4-for-5, Dennis Standing Wl I
Methodist tagged 1st Baptist with its a double. Crawford was 4-5 with a double, Cur- Klagilay Iota. '1.0S.rk.I.r. ..0I
second loss with a 13-6 victory at Mike Ames was 4-5 with a double tis Crawford 3-5 with his HR and Joel UtMathodlltCalvary 10
All Are 1stGame J
Winners Westside. Ricky Johns and Jason and Gene Vanzant 2-3 with a triple Hodges 3-4 with a t>'pie. I lopllitlitBaptlit 01
Polk were both 3-for-4 to lead the win- 01
ners and Scott Polk was 2-3. Pat Mun-
The Giants and both teams
Lawtey Dixie Majorwhile dorff and Brian Thomas legged out
Blue and Gold
the scored
triples and pitchers Gareth Jones and
Monday April 19, as the Dixie Youth
John Dempsey combined for a 2-2
Major League season opened. Lawtey Blue defeated the
The Giants topped the Mets 6-3 in Braves 6-4 in Lawtey with Robert game.
For 1st Baptist Jim Lewis 2 .
Starke as winning pitcher Brian Starling slamming a home run to lead homers for 3 RBIs Doug Sides was > FEED 4
Whitehead belted a towering 2runhome \...,
Blue at the plate and pitcher Malachi 2-3. and Mike Hartley hit a solo
run,went 2-for-3 and struck out Jenkins surrendering just 3 hits. homer.
11. In support of Whitehead Hal Davis ,
Standing W I Monday April litStarke's
was 2-3 and Eric Noegel 1-1.
Losing pitcher Paul Akridge was 2-3 (thru April 1 11Olin I.0lawtayllua Stars scored 3 runs in the
with a double for the Mets while '.0 top of the ninth inning 2 on a homer
Richie Barnes doubled and Billy t.w.y Gold 10Dodgar by Steve Marshall to beat Calvary :
Heavner had 2 0-0 Baptist 10-7( in extra innings at Ed-
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Lawtey Gold belted the Brooker .w.t 0-1 wards Rd. while Kingsley Lake
Braves 15-1 at Brooker Elementary Mall 0-1 cracked 25 base hits to beat 1st Bap-
tist 22-11 in a game that saw 7 homers

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leagues this year... 3-43 RBIs; J. McNeal 2-4 2 RBIs; Joe Green Cove Springs 422 S. Orange Ave. ,; akt
but Brannen 1-3 2 RBIs; Brown 2-31 RBI; : f
...Bradford High's baseball team probably lead the district In errors and C. Johnson 2-4. t I "
record ((12-10) In spite of the shoddy
the Tornadoes who have a winning Saturday nite April 24, at Eastslde
fine defensive ballclub. As a
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Ricky Sullivan have all made sensational diving stops. 7:30 after the Cubbettes women's softball -
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\, [:--I : \'y Titusville Terriers Cart Off Prizes '.


; I A :From BHS Track Invitational. :

Q 'JF'

I Titusville High School had the both boys and girls divisions. She had Tap 3.!,,"Ht platen i'

longest ride home of all after last Fri broken the meet record of 25.5 with a 483 SHOT i, 3)PUT.Armstrong II Abell (10FI IT) )50-8 46,It.2)..Johnson DISCUS." iBK)

'n day's thunderstorm-shortened Bradford 25.2 clocking in the preliminaries but Johnson" (IBKI) 1-18-7',21) Frederick (ITI) 14,15) 31.
Invitational track meet but the the 220 finals was one of the events Terry Y1 Terrier bus was probably the hap- washed out. 6" lied meet r<'Cordl.) 2) Harris KVI, 8-4, 31)
4 Sharon IP) fro LONG JUMp. II Williams JTI
piest of the bunch, not to mention The only Bradford boyjo place was 21 6't' 91 Nunn toy) 216. 31 Johnson iSFl 202'4'' .
heaviest. Donnie Banks, who came across 3rd TRIPLE JUMP II Gil>ard PI .....10'. mow
The Terriers, a Cape Coast Con- in the 100 yard dash in a time of 10.33.Titusville's meet r ITI) 438'j. POLE VAULT. G.lyardcPIII-O.21) )
ference track & field juggernaut, had Doug Williams scored Oil to find room for a boxful of extra 19 points to capture the boys HighPoint HURDLES-11 I Plnktum I P) 14 5.2)> Powell IT)"IS 2,
: ; hardware for the trip back to their award. He won the 440 in record 31) While. (SKI)115 4. 100 YARD DASH 11 Oliver I Pi)
,A sn Titusvillewon It 83 21) Rat* home near Cape Kennedy time ((49.5)), took the long jump in 10 33. I

( both the boys and girls team 21-6'fc'' and placed third in the triple MILE RUN. II Robinson IGEI) 4 300. 21 Grace
championship trophies, plus both the jump with a 43-6'z' hop skip, and (OF) 4.31 5, 31 Hill' I PI) 4 ::19 4. 440 YARD RELAY
individual trophies for High Point Boy jump.Chapman. II TIIUMillo 43 *, 2) Jefferson. Co, 441. IIVannuard447
and High Point Girl, and also cartedoff the 110 low hurdles 440 VAHP DASH-> Williams. ill
won 493, 2)) Brown 1 I PI SO 6, 3)) Parker |SF 51 0
.o'I 16 of the smaller trophies that was 2nd in the long jump, 3rd in the
I ) ) I ) went to the winners of each event.In high jump, and led off Titusville's 01,1 T_...Se..... I 11 I TUu.lloITIM., 2'' he Santa
Tc SFI) 25 and Jacksonville Lrc Jl.l I 4I' BRADFORD
the girls division the Terriers, winning 440 relay team to total her
I I HIISi, 22 S. Jl) Bishop Kenny 17, 61) Jasper
winners of the last two class 3A state 18.5 points. She also was the favoritein (Jl ID, ?i (Hula Forest. OKI 1 H S. Hi Monliu'llo-
I championships, had things all their the 330 hurdles, which was lost to Jefferson. MJ I I 13.!II MidcllehurK. (M, 8 S. 101 Live
18.5 of the storm. Oak-Suwannro) (Si, 73, III Guinenvillp, Kantxidt,
way. They piled up 54 points ICE 4. 121) K..lm.II'IMhl', 0.
; them thanks to High Point girl Mar Her Terrier teamatc Janet Me- |

11s ) Ir tha Chapman, to easily defeat Santa Crary had 14.5 points as she ran on the Top'."**H>pl. .r.
+ :; Fe and Jacksonville Lee, which tied 440 relay winner, was second in the SHOT PUT I' Hill I iTi. 34-s. 21' Frecney (SKI
k t for second with 25 points. 100 to Lee's Michelle Hicks, and 33-4, 3)BuggeltJL)33.3 I DISCUS I\kCr.ry IT)
122.9In..w( mm record 2) Chnmller IJ'97.I> It. 3)Jmknon
The boys race was more of a 2-team dominated the discus throw. McCrary lUKi Ml 61 i AI.KSIA SHEFFIELD
battle and;!Titusville needed a little bit whipped 3 of her 6 discus efforts past i BUS) 828. HIGH JUMP) Hell (SF> 4 in. 2)
of luck to win. Actually it was back the old meet record of 118.11 with her SchuttIlk! ) 4-10. 3)) Chupman IT) 4 10 61. TFFANY -
GHIFFIS I lOllS.( ) .10.
...' J.,:. : chief 2-time best being 1229. ,
) luck for their adversary LONG JUMP 11 I .union OKI 11 9.2i rlmpman'
.. :'! defending boys state champ Palatka. 156 j.3l' PAM IIAWKINSIIIHSIIS, .V, Ito LOU
; tF 'tdit; for UradConllnvitatinal IILHDI.F.S-11 I I Chapman, tit' 14 7lsrt( inrol 1 ..'.,,,rd
:\ : The Panthers were flagged runn-
." : In prehm uiih 14 lit. 2)) Juno ,J. It V Ji flavin
,:! ing out of the exchange zone enroute (Mi I57,4)TYFFANt'GIIIFFISo1OISIIII$4' lUll

,-.. ..; ..!:._. ; ''; to an easy (and record-setting) 440 .0" IMIH $<.... II I) Tiluhvillc iT) 57. 21 I'uluika YARD DASH. li, links (JLi) II :IV2)) Ic'rltry !iTi!
.... -'..''-" L'M', relay win. The violation disqualifiedthe (P) 49. 3) Santa Fe l.SF 1 ) 25, 41) MnnllcdloJefferswi II 4.3)) Martin iSi, II 9 .
I ; ; I ('b IMJ)24,5)ealaVanguard I ) 10\119. MILE HUN- I II t Till*I'll 5 247. 2) Innrum (Jl.i'
and the that
win 10
Palatka points 01 Bishop, Kenny i IIIK' IS,7r Ocala Forest OK) 17, 525S. 31 LINDA HeVMTT (BUS' 5653 4411
Smith Cruised in 440 went with it, allowing Titusville to 81) Gainesville Kastsiih' !ICE 12 81) Live OukSiiwanneetSi RELAY II Tiluavillr 49S anew mccl' ....:ord'2'>
edge past the Putnam County power II, 101l..JacksonvllI.l..cJL') 2 and Jasper SID 31' Ice 520 440 YARD Kl'NII'
Senior t.ouette Smith, a placer at 57 points to 49 for the boys trophy. Luke W"'ir (II.Wl, 5. 121 API-OHO I ItllSl 4. 131Midrtlrhurg t.lJL'E1'1't:SMITH > KIIS) ) BO 3.2' t'ord.IJ: .1111.
the state meet In the quarter mile (M.) I. Hi! K.olon" heights O. 31, Hell (SFi' 627
Santa Fe was third at 25, one point
the last 2 cruised to first
years, place
ahead of class 2A Jefferson County.
in the 440 at the Invitational, makingher : ;
the only local winner ( : Titusville also left its mark on the
record book. Of the 9 meet marks that BHS Girls Suvvannee Boys
a..____ _,_ _".._ ._..__ -v_. ,
I were either tied or set 6 will now bear
I Titusville's name beside the record. Win Tuesday 3-School MeetSeniors

Bradford's Lady Tornadoes were

I fourth with 22.5 points, but just missed Alesia Sheffield and T>ffany Griffis both scored 22.5 points to lead

I taking second, and would have won the Lady Tornadoes to a lopsided victory over Live Oak and St. Augustine in

I the runnerup trophy if not for some the !girls portion of a 3-school track meet at BUS Tuesday, April 20. The.
misfortune. Sprint star Pam Hawkins Bradford girls piled up 149 points to 44 for Live Oak and 20 for St. Augustine...,
false-started out of the 100 yard dash Live Oak overpowered the Tornadoes 113 to 84 in the boys events with Stj;

,, 'J 1 finals after tieing the meet record of Augustine third at 64. :
4 u t r'
a .ay reI' vvdt r, seconds in the If she had both hurdles and and fourth in the-
y "bklt ,lvw. 1 Jw,k4 11.3 prelims. Griffis won events the high jump, was
v placed first or second (and she was discus'while Sheffield won the discus and ran on the winning mile medley,;
favored to win) in the 100 the BUSgirls relay team and also placed In both hurdles the shot put and the high jump:

I I f would have placed second. The Sophomore Pam Hawkins wasn't far behind adding 20.5 points to the BITS

L- .I Tornado boys scored just 4 points and cause with a perfect day: first places in the 100 220, long jump, and mile'

were 12th out of 15 schools. relay.

J The only individual placing first for Freshman Linda DeWitt added 16 points winning both the mile and 2-mile,.
and senior Louctte Smith tallied 15 points Smith moved up to the HHO and was,
Bradford was senior Louette Smith
r who withstood a backstretch an easy winner and also ran on the winning 440 and mile relay squads.
--.. Also for the BITS girls Robin Jefferson scored in 4 events and Karen
. challenge by Jefferson's Timbre Fordto
---.- k Kimutis, Pam Boswell Carol Fussell, Pam Pratt Francine Long!, and Tammy
.' '' ,, win in 60.3 seconds.
.. _.... _'.1111 ..l\, I\- "".r-:" !,,"' : ,; ,,..1'l' \:? '; \Mann in 2 each. ,
'. ", ,' ;.' ''!, ''': Another senior, Tyffany Griffis, Highlighting the Tornado boys effort was a bcst-oer 2:OS.98 half-mile win
.. '-:0: ttff_*i; was the only BUS entrant to place in 2 by junior Richard Warren. Warren also was 2nd in the mile and 5th in the

events. She was 4th in the 110 low 2-mile.
Who's Fastest? The 100 Yard Dash Shows hurdles with a personal best time of The 440 relay team of Donnie Banks, Eric Lane, Antonio Jones, and

Itradforil'g Donnie Banks, at left, was one of the ryl Oliver winning 9,85; and Tilimllle's Johnny lions sr> 16.84 and tied for 6th in the high jump, Herbert Hawkins outsprinted Live Oak to the tape with a winning time of-1-1.6

I placers in the boys 100 yard dash at the Invitational and. cnn scored the only points for he THIS boys. 8t'c'ondith Hoss coming across first just to the right 'Freshman Linda DeWitt was 3rd in Herbert Hawkins and Eric Lane got points in 4 events for the Tornadoes

Bank was third In 10.33 seconds with I'alalka's IJdr- of Donnie. J, the mile run with a 5:55.3: clocking, while Brad Russell, Antonio Jones, and Kenny Wright scored 11S: events.

and senior Alesia Sheffield was 6th in Freshman Barry Warren was second in the 330 intermediate hurdles

the discus with a fling of 82-8. BUS closes its regular season with a home meet against Kl''stonl'lId
Invite's Premature EndThe Was Discouraging Hawkins also missed out on a Baldwin Friday. The Tornadoes then host the District 5-AAA championshipsnext

chance to score big in the 220 when the Thursday, April 29, starting at 2:30.:

mood was somber in the Bradford High School Revels said with a shake of his head as he loaded equip thunder and lightning prompted a
track shack after all the ment into his halt to the meet with 6 events to go in
visiting teams had departed from car. "It's a letdown, that's the only way I can
tha Bradford Invitational Friday night say it. It's a big letdown"

The booming thunder and lightning that prompted a haltto Loper wanted in the worst way to finish the meet ,

the 15-school track meet was a bitter pill for Coaches Teams were here from, as far away as Titusville. But he
George Loper and Buddy Revels to swallow. knew that with lightning breaking all around the area he

Loper, a first-year coach again after being away from had no choice. He had to call an end to the meet After a FiPPER.
BItS track and field for a decade, wanted this Invitationalto delay of a half hour in which teams sheltered in their

be a special affair. Revels who had been a workaholicat buses, Loper told coaches from the 15 schools that the I

the BITS track for weeks to prepare for the occasion and meet was over, with all results final as of then

who had been on the go since just past sunup Friday, was "It's disappointing, I was going to run it in the rain. but
just as disappointed."After not with the lightning," the BITS Head Coach said. But he

did see good in the half of the meet that was finished. "I
all the work that's gone into it, it just seems think we showed that good things can happen if you're

awfully Sports discouraging Calendar just to get half way through it," willing to do the work." I BONUS DAYSFREE

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His Way to Nashville I,I

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By Tony Burke "'" ,.
BCT Staff Writer

"Way down In Louai-ana summer with the band. Included in 4'T
Close to New Orleans/ this itinerary are some local North
Bach up In the woods among the Florida appearances this month. 1V r ay 'w ak

In evergreen a little cabin built of earth and Jody, nicknamed "Jo Cephus" by h >*
wood his parents, began playing the guitara
Lived a country boy named Johnny B. little over two years ago. a 1 r q t ,
Goode "I took lessons for about six mon-
Who never ever learnedTo 'ths, but then quit," he says tuning up a4 1nt
read or write so well and beginning to play a few lead runs
But he could play guitar on one of his nine guitars and banjos.
Just like the ring of a bell "They weren't teaching me fast 1e
enough. n rr
p Hampton has little in common with )
the Lousiana outbacks, except that The solution for Jody was to teach
they may be about the same distance himself.
from Nashville. But the road that "He's always been able to listen to -
mythical Johnny B. Goode took to something or see how some song was
stardom may be the same one that played and the turn around and pick it '
will be traveled by a skinny, dirty- out himself," said Jody's mother .
blond headed teenager from Bradford Margaret Wadsworth.

County.The words. of this hit song "Johnny "...Go go..Go Johnny Go-go-go..." ', rr ?
Architect is 1\\
i B. Goode,"written by Chuck Berry in Jody's first band, "Jo Cephus and Keystone "Up
the late fifties are nearly prophetic the Ghost Rider Band," was
,1 when compared to the rise of Jody somewhat of a family affair.
,j Wadsworth a 13-year-old guitaristwho Assembled by his father, Jerry
may be. on'the brink of national Wadsworth; a HUD employee in 1&4"m To His Neck in Alligators"By
Starke the band includes Jerry,
a resident of Hampton and a Jody, Jody's sister Robin and local %
student at Bradford Middle School, is friends Pee Wee Byrd and Joel Linda Wharton $350-$400 for its hide and meat. The
the lead guitarist for The Michelle Barber.Justin Wadsworth,12,has the Monitor Staff Writer sale of by-products such as skulls, intestines .
Lynn Show; a country-western band position of"Jody's Roadie,"ensuringthat Don and reproductive
that is receive Morgan, a local architect and organs
beginning and acclaim.to some attention the young guitarist arrives sportsman, and his partner Dr. which are used by orientals for
onstage with such crucial possessionsas Robert aphrodisiac will add
Michelle Edgerton, an orthodontist purposes
Jacksonville Lynn a tabbed nineyearold his guitars and cowboy hat... from Winter Park have utilized the another$100 gross to one sale.
girl was by
Pat Boone as "The Princess of Coun- "This is the opportunity of a natural environment of a portion of This apparently outweighs the ,
said the Santa Fe and disadvantages of the very high initial
Music" lifetime Jerry Wadsworth swamp some acres
try during a recent perfor-
mance at the Gator Bowl. referring to the tour and some of the 13-year-oldJody: Wadsworth is a professional guitaristserious of scrub oak land for the purpose of investment, because the industry is
That nickname stuck for Michelle, entertainers that the Michelle Lynn breeding and raising alligators.With rapidly becoming very popular in the
who has made Nashville Show will be fronting this summer the world wide demand for southeastern states and could some-
already one
and listening to his son continue to A"friend over two million hides a year and the day become one of Florida's largest, 1
recording. about his son's musical of a friend" paid a visit to
warm up on the guitar. "There are increasing market for alligator meat, even though it takes about three to I
While revamping her band she ran He also be the then'11-year-old Jody and took a
career. may Jody's biggestfan. four
an advertisement in a Jacksonville very few people that get this kind of liking to him. That man was Shot a delicacy among some connoisseurs years before a farmer begins to
chance." gator farming has become more at- see any return on his investment.
newspaper for a lead guitarist. Jody Jackson owner of the Bud Guitar ('-0.
"It's hard borrow
saw the ad, set up an audition and Capable of playing the guitar, banjo "...Go-go..Go Johnny Go-go-go..." in Nashville and a member of the tractive for the enterprising bank to money at the"
using alligators
as collateral
beat out three other hopefuls for the and mandolin, Jody has also Grand 01' Opry. Shot, who also appears businessman.Just said.
'' job. He joined with five other players copyrighted one song an instrumental Wadsworth's career began in a from time to time on flee Haw, last month regulations prohibiting Morgan laughingly and his ,
Morgan partner Edgerton
In "The Court" (to Michelle's'Princess' called "Dixie Pickin'. the sale of alligator byproducts
rather unusual way: in the hospital gave Jody a flat top guitar as a pre- lifted are members of the Florida Alligator
were which ultimately -
) and will make a tour of One conversation with Jerry and where he was recovering from
Association (FAFA), which
the southeastern United States this you realize right away that he is quite surgery. Please See "fcuitarisl"Pg. ; means. more money in the farmer'spocket. meets quarterly. Working con-

According to Morgan, one alligatorin
L -- -, I'letise See 211.311
lIP -- lg.
today's market will bring in at least
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would allow management
II ? American alligator as it la more commonly some chief of wildlife resources stated
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known,has come a long way in nulsancu alligators.It that with the warm weather,
from the brink of was during this time Don Morgan
the past ten
and alligators will be on the move now and
became Interested In the reptile
extinction to a today.
plentifulsupp-ly to find
it would not be uncommon one
During the 1950's and 60 I, market was one of Florida's five alligator local neighborhood.
hunting nearly wiped out the alligator trappers in a pilot program initiatedby in your Some alligators will be moving
the Florida Game and Fresh
its in the
'population through range
inhabited by humans
to through areas
Southeastern states. Water Fish Commission (GFWFC)
Many states recognized this, and harvest nuisance alligators instead of or to lakes ponds" Goodwin and ditches in
%E *hWf residential areas, says
E them.
halted hunting of the alligator. About Godwin also says his agency is
his trapper'slicense
I960 the Federal Government listed Morgan gave up
and due to conflict of Interest when prepared to handle any alligator
as "endangered"
the species when it does pose a danger or
he applied for his farmer's license.
made Killing the alligator illegal.
lake which has been nuisance to the human population.
The region area,
This total protection was what was
and May are generally the
is controlled by Dave April
split now
needed and striking results were produced. up
The alligator increased in such Maddox of Green Cove Springs and i peak months for alligator sightings

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ferences, the last which was held in radiant (concrete floors heated from estimates that it costs approximately in the wild.
Gainesville at the University of underneath) and forced air. Morgan $100 to feed an alligator from birth to Every alligator in captivity has a
Florida in February, are designed to says this building is better insulated harvest.As number, by state law, which allows Air Conditioning
help alligator farmers, veterinarians, than the average home. opposed to the breeding stock, the Game Commission to keep trackof
curators and others interested in the Three more buildings are an- which don't eat six months out of the th' ."..'>r population. When an
propagation of the American ticipated in the future as growth war- year, the gators In the growing house alliguU .illed or dies of natural
alligator, to become familiar with all rants, to contain butchering and meat are fed every day. During the sum- causes or for unknown reasons, it 355 N. Temple Ave. 964-bf'.y
the latest data available on the preparation rooms, administrative mer months the large breeders, of must be reported immediately to the
species. offices and laboratory facilities. More.. which Morgan has about 250 betweensix Game Commission Morgan points.
According to Morgan there are growing pens will have to be added. to 12 ft; long, eat 600 pounds of ,out ., .
presently five producing alligator Morgan and Edgerton anticipate meat every other 'day, which e
farms in the state with five new farms building a"1,200 sq. ft meat prepara1tion averages out to a cost of $1,350.per -
just beginning.For room. month for Morgan.
the Morgan and Edgerton farm "It takes about 20 minutes to skin For that reason, meat is purchasedIn
operation, Morgan forsees hiring 25 out an alligator, another 20 minutes to ton lots from vendors who get their Union County
employees by the end of 1987, an- flesh it out, and salt the hide before meat from retail chain restaurants,
ticipates butchering 5,000 alligators a putting it in cold storage," Morgan poultry companies and pet food pro-
year and housing around 20,000 head. said, adding that one six foot gator cessors. Morgan pays around 15 cents,
Minimum requirement for a pro- will yield about 30 Ibs. of meat, which per pound for both! chicken parts and
oducing gator farm Is 20 acres of land goes today between $>-$7 a pound. beef packed and delivered.
and should have the capacity for hat- "The prime cuts are the jaws and Cost of feeding one large gator, CommunityEducation
ching 1,000 eggs, Morgan said. tail meat. Meat processors will haveto which consumes about 2Mi pounds per
Fifty-five acres of Morgan's 210 cube the tougher cuts," Morgan feeding is approximately 45 cents.
acre farm land, located several miles says. "All this will be done and Controlling metabolism to en-
west of Keystone Heights, is devotedto packaged for marketing to courage rapid growth is the secret to
raising alligators. restuarants under totally bacteria successful alligator farming. A false-
First phase of planned units, now free, quality controlled conditions. summer climate year-round of 80-84
completed, for the farm consists of "The Red Lobster alone would con- degrees Fahrenheit cuts the growing
two 1'j-acre breeding ponds sur- tract for 100,000 Ibs. of meat a year," time in half.
rounded by a four acre fenced wooded said Morgan of the demand for the In the wild atmosphere, with gators ft flla -'
area,a "sick" pond,and a 3,000 sq. ft. delicacy.He hybernating six months out of the r::=
concrete block building, known as the further pointed out that the year, it takes them six-to sevenyearsto "
"growing house." FAFA)Is presently instituting grading reach a six-foot length. Under con MiED Test To Be Administered
Construction of another breeding standards of alligator meat to assure trolled conditions, this drops to about T :
pond will begin soon and will be the United States Department of three years.Alligators. '
located further into the swamp area Agriculture (USDA) quality cuts. under this controlled atmosphere Next Week at Union County High School :
to create a more natural habitat for One might think it expensive to feed and with good nutrition,
the gators. the alligator since his diet consists I;develop hides that are much wider I
Near the growing house, a polishing mainly of raw meat. But Morgan, and without the damage gators suffer1d71FBiL Pass this Test and receive your Florida High School Diploma!
pond will be dug for the purpose of -< .
cleansing the waste water used to DATES: April 26th, 27th and' 29th, 1982
clean the house before it is returned
back into the swamp."Cleanliness DAYS: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday Evenings
is the answer to
disease control" said Morgan, poin- TIME: 7:00.10:00: P.M.
ting out that it takes 30,000 gallons of .
water a day to wash down and clean ?mime 1e..ew. PLACE: UNION COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY

the Morgan house properly.plans to raise soft shell : $14.50

turtles in this polishing pond and, as JVlobi! DLAUN84C

another by-product of gator farming, special1QW30 LOST: ; need a positive proof of identification such as.drivers license or social security J
will sell the meat to restaurants. Going DRENT ;:
$4.50 price per pound.for this meat today is about LIFE -

Approximately 2,000 sq.ft. of the
growing house is devoted to the larger 1 29 1
growing pens for gators which have Bars LIBRARYThe
reached the minimum length of 12 in- New Karate Class
ches. It presently contains eight Mobil 10W-30 Arm & Hammer 5-Oz. Lifebuoy
14'xl4' concrete tanks and is designedto Motor Oil Detergent Soap UCHS Library is Now Open
have 32 6'x "' fiberglass double MobIl en I weather motor 011. 7O-O.box of concentrated Big beth tin bera of lifebuoy Mon, Tues. & Thurs.
decker tanks above these. Unit. .6 n'f' **."lulcI.4' laundry powder for.cleen.freanwaeh d.odoml.o.p. Um 3,piee.e. 7:0010:00: P.M. Certified Librarian on Duty
Morgan anticipates with an addi-
tion, doubling the growing tanks in Y Union Co. High School Gym to Help You
'83 and by '84 being able to house In Alm nd- >w. I .. Mon. & Tues. evenings
excess of 5,000 alligators FEE $15.00month

"Gators from one to JV4 feet will be rg Instructor R.Pin from 3:30 : '
raised in the upper tanks and the For citizens of Union ....
larger gators will be moved to the 2nd Degree Black Belt Non-fiction, periodicals fiction

larger Hatchlings tanks below through" Morgan the first said.year 2 $1$1 $ lEach 5 reference materials, audio-visual, equip,

require one of space each.. Pack
Gators up to 2V feet long require Cadbury Disposable Men's Boys' DisposableDiapers
feet each for maximum
square """
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growth. Morgan pointed out.
the 1.16.0..Cadbury> Almond 4002. Love"IIIit cheny WhIte cotton teae wt n Son of 49 extra
The other portion of growing Frutt and Nul or Milk a.tt wb.ny dhpa..b4 popuIor'-dNigne. abeorbent......
house contains an Incubator room a Chocolate candy bars, doucI1e S.M..L.XL. Irragulen. Toddler. 40'........'." I
nursery, a freezer and cooler: each New
with a 20 ton meat capacity and an Our Monday & Wednesday
equipment room. Compare Family Dollar Canvas Court

The incubator room contains Shoe To Similar Shoes Costing Up in 4:00.6:00: p.m.
fiberglass trays filled with natural Classes Union Co. High School
dried vegetation and dirt, much like To 25.Then Compare Prices! Gym

the wild natural nest. The nursery, Lightweight suede FEE $15.00 /month
where the baby gates spend the first trimmed bnogeracomfortable .
four months of their life holds M 99 canvas court SELF Instructor R. Pinat.r.
fiberglass 2x 2 square by 12" deeps. 9 shoe with Imitation suede = ,.,.........
Lank,. I Pair trim. Sizes to fit the DEFENSE
entire family.
Temperature vital to the rapid
growth of the gators,la controlled and
hot -..flood At An Family Dollar(tot.. 309 South Walnut
provided by a water boiler located Through TMa w- OuentWee LknnadOn Street i
In yet another room. Two different Some : .No Sale*Te Declare. Stark. Florida I __....___ _
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I ; 4rvI + Dead One
I to the beginning of mating mission are authorized to handle nu-
"t season. siance gators.
IOU an alligator poses a threat to the
I..., .... -> 1M A "Anyone encountering an alligator normalacy of a community a
I r should use common sense and give it regional alligator control biologist is
) 2 r a wide berth,"said Charlie McKelvy. available 24 hours a day to take the
-' \y the commissions alligator coor- complaint," said Goodwin.In .
I dinator for the the northeast region. order to register a complaint a

: _. .-..-"' ... ..... '- Alligators are classified as a person should call the nearest
!, ,
: -,0 regional Game Commission office,
P"S. .. species of special concern and enjoy
I the using the following toll-free number:
protection of state and federal
1-800-342-8105 or ((904) 752-0353.
.. 0SL law. Only representatives of the com
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:: By Linda Wharton under the water for mating. high humidity conditions.One .
Monitor Staff Writer "For normal breeding' Morgan female lays approximately 40 Only 15.42 a Square Foot
== said. "The ponds must be at least 6-7 eggs per year. "I hope to hatch over
:: Look at all them Gatorsl! feet deep." 2,000 eggs this next September," Fully furnished with deluxe furniture pkg.
?' The water churns tails slap and Morgan can control the level of the Morgan said.Morgan Frost free refrigerator shingle roof and
::: splash, and hundreds of alligators water in the ponds by an eightinchwell pointed out that under artificial ,
= make an aJJ oMt.feeeline\ to the shore which has the capacity to raise incubation, it has now been much much much more :,
;; for.that;zirst bite ofraw, meat. at a the. water level one Inch per hour:- learned that a farmer can control the
"It has been discovered that of the unborn t
"local alligator farm sex alligator by 301 DRIVE-IN .
=: Accordu>guilotD n. Morgan that*.0. females, ..willlay.more: ,eggs &jt; ap-,....,Jgmpergture contrnl... ., .r-? ..'. '..
::: scene is a sure sign of Spring, that pears to be a wet season, said "If a constant 30 degrees Centigrade Fri thru Mon., Your Quality Fleetwood
:: winter hybernation is over for the reptiles .Morgan.So this year,Morgan is goingto temperature is maintained,
::: experiment by raising the water all females will be produced.With two
=? The bellowing sound of the alligator levels in his ponds, hoping for more degrees either way,centigrade,most- CHUCKNDRRISM1 Dealer.
=::: mating call is another sure sign that production from the females. ly equal amounts of male and females pi' our
:: summer is in full swing. After a 30 day gestation period, the will be produced," Morgan said.
= Don Morgan and his son,Scott who female gator builds a nest in late Juneor One advantage of regulating the
:: works full time helping his dad with, July, in preparation of laying their sex, Morgan pointed out, is that the Doublewides in stock
E the enterprise, say that during the hard shelled eggs. Nests of dried and female grows faster. Another is, with
::::; mating season they can hear the wild green vegetation are prepared on 1 the advent of artificial insemination,
=: gators bellowing from the Santa Fe shore by the expectant alligators."She that the sperm of one male can fertilize SILENT 6 to choose from
:! Swamp. But a fence buried one foot compacts the vegetation in dozens of females, therefore
== under the ground and surrounding the nature's compost pile which gives off enabling the farmer to cut down on
::: pond makes it impossible for the wild heat 90 degrees in four days," said the breeding herd and ultimately
:: gators to join the captured ferr ales. Morgan, the right temperature for feeding expenses. JOHN BROWN
= Morgan said that in the wild the hatching the eggs-during the incuba Each hatchling is tagged with a BARe
:= male or bull gator lives in the seclud tion period. "" number and data Is recorded which
::: ed,awamp areas and just come out at Eggs, or clutches as they are called will continue to be up-dated Inc.
; breeding: time while the females stay ,are collected daily by Morgan and throughout that particular alligator'slife. Mobile Home Ctr,
E mainly out in the deep water and his son during the laying periods. An accurate count is kept by the PLUS e
grassy areas of lakes and rivers y Females are usually very protectiveof farmer and reported to the Florida .
tI: fi Males* have been known to travel the nests, so Morgan and his son and Federal Fish and Wildlife Games Tanyas Island 473-3775 ,
a (a far as'180 miles seeking a mate," work together'one distracting the Commissions. If an alligator dies, for ,)
Morgan said. gator with a long pole while the. other any reason, that is also reported Immediately Rated: R
i rThere: are three females to every collects the eggs.. to both the state and
a bile in the breeding ponds, Morgan Eggs are collected every'morning Federal levels. Highway 21H
hted out. because the females lay at night and Stainless steel tags are placed in Kiwanis presents
a also because another female, using the toe and carried there until the Keystone Hgts.
g "..,'yA female is very selective in her the same nest, would. destroy the gator reaches three feet long.Another Captain SinbadSat.
= \ate and in some instances will not eggs. tag is then placed in the tail.
accept a male smaller than herself.It)i ito Another reason Is, unlike the Hatchlings are transfered to the. ., April 24 10 am i''
a known fact that four males haves chicken egg, the alligator embryo nursery where their diet consists of Fla. Theatre tickets $1.25
w been killed and. eaten by a female," connects itself to the egg in the first 12 equal parts fish chicken, beef and
:; he said. hours and any movement after that Jiver. A vitamin and mineral supple-
:: l'.The mating ritual begins with nose would kill the embryo. ment and antibiotics as necessary are
:: nudging, dunking the head These eggs, collected from the out also provided the hatchlings.
:::: underneath the water and then finally door nests, are then taken to the In- They are fed every day. Morgan's
:= by the male grabbing the female by cubator and kept there for 60 days 2,000 hatchlings will consume 160
:: the jowls turning and dragging her under 90 degree temperature and pounds of food each week.

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ObituariesEverett -
Carl F. "Bub" Carter three
daughter Miss Peggy L. died in the Alachua General Hospitalin Pat Murphy officiating. Burial was ;
at 2 p.m.in the First United Methodist ; a daughters Margaret Arwood and
:. Joe Snyder Church of Worthington Springs, with Morgan of Starke; three sons Roy D. Gainesville Sunday evening follow in the family plot in Hope Cemetery. Linda Sweat both of Jacksonville,and
I Everett Joe Snyder. 73. of Lake Rev. James Tompkins and Rev. Morgan of Tallahassee, John R. and ing a brief illness.A DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Rome was in Ann Macy of Kingsley Lake two
1", : Butler died Thursday nigh April 15, Lewis Leight officiating. Burial was Timothy L. Morgan, both of Starke; lifetime resident of the Starke charge of arrangements. IOns Donald E. Carter of Kingsley;
r, .' in the V.A.Medical Center in Lake Ci- in Ft. Call Cemetery under the direction his former wife Mrs. LoLetta area he was born October 13, 1917. Lake and Tommy Carter of Atlanta,
: ty after a brief illness of Archer Funeral Home of Lake Morgan Starke; three sisters Mrs. Mr. Griffis was an Army Veteran of Ga. four sisters Mary Rivers
Mr. Snyder was born in Starke liv- Butler. Ellen Bailey and Mrs. Judy Morgan World War II, was a retired technician Mildred Durban CarterMrs. Green; Cove Springs Annie Curlee of
ing most of his life in Union County. both of Starke. and Mrs. Joyce with the Florida National Guard Mildred Durban Carter, age Jacksonville,Laura McGuinn of Lake
He was a member of the First United Roy Lester MorganRoy Chambers of .Lake Butler and one with over 25 years service,and was a 73, of Lawtey died in Riverside Butler and Eva Shuford of Lawtey 13
Methodist Church of Worthington Springs Lester Morgan 57, of Starke grandson.Funeral. member of the Hope Baptist Churchat Hospital Jacksonville, early Friday grandchildren and 3 ;
,a Veteran of World War II.and a died suddenly Saturday April 17 at services were held at 3 Theressa. morning following an apparent heart grandchildren.Funeral great-
retired farmer. his residence p.m.Tuesday.April 20,in Emmanuel Survivors include: two daughters, attack at her home. services were held at 3p.m.
Survivors include: his wife. Mrs. Born Oct. 13 1924 in Miami Mr. Baptist Church with Rev.Fred Johns Brenda G. Jackson of Jacksonville April 18, in the Grace
Ida Ray Snyder of Lake Butler; a Morgan was a lifetime resident of pastor, officiating. Burial was in and Carole A.Griffis of Starke;a son, Mrs. Carter was a lifetime residentof United Sunday.Methodist Church with Rev.
daughter Mrs. Evelyn Kemp of Bradford County and a Navy Veteranof Crosby Lake Cemetery with DeWittC. Sidney W. Griffis, Jr. of Starke; a Lawtey. Her parents were the late Delbert King officiating. Burial
Orlando; three sons Melvin and World War II. He was a retired Jones Funeral Home of Starke in sister, Mrs. Mildred Ridgell of David Durban and Emma Estelle in was
in the
Harry Snyder. both of Lake Butler barber and a member of the Baptist charge of arrangements. Gainesville,and four grandchildren. Williams. She was a member of the family DeWitt plot C. Jones Lawtey Funeral
and Joe Snyder of Jacksonville and faith. Funeral services were held at 10:30 Grace United Methodist Church. Cemetery.
eight grandchildren. Survivors include his parents Mr. Sidney W. Griffis. Sr. a.m. Tuesday, April 20, in the hope husband. Home was in charge of ar-
Funeral services were held Sunday and Mrs. Roy L. Morgan Sr. of Sidney W. Griffis.Sr..64.of Starke Baptist Church with the pastor Rev. She is survived by her rangements.

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ObituariesThorold ,

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy and was spending the winter in day, April following a long Illness. Mary Durban Rivers
Herman liement., Sr greatgrandchildren.Funeral conducted McCarley of Knoxville, Tenn.; Pater- Florida.He was a retired ball-bearing Born In Lawtey, Sept. 25, 1898, he Mrs. Mary Durban Rivers, 84, of
Mr. Thorold Herman Bement, Sr., services were at nal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben- zrinder for the General Motors was a lifetime resident of Bradford Green Cove Springs died Sunday,
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17 1982 at
91,of Starke, died Friday at his home Archie p.m. Saturday Tanner Funeral April Home nett Louis Wilkison, Jr., of Lawtey; Corporation and a member of the St. County. Mr. Bennett was a retired April 18, on the way home from the
following a brief illness.Bement Chapel his great-grandmother,Mrs. Johns Episcopal Church. farmer, and was a member of the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Mildred
with Rev. Robert Gillis, and Rev.
was born and raised in Gary Bement, grandson, officiating. Genivie Wilkison,of Lawtey, Mr. and Survivors include his wife,KathrynB. Baptist faith.Survivors Durban Carter, in Lawtey.
Ceneterville, Penn. where had resid Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery in Mrs.Stewart Lochart of,Ja'ksonville.Graveslde Schilling; two sons, Roger D. and include two daughters, Survivors include: 2 daughters,
ed until moving to Starke in 1974. He Union County, Penn. Tuesday, April funeral services were George E. Schilling; two daughters, Mable Magyar! of Starke and Jewell Mary R. Ivey and Frances Anderson,
was a Certified Public Accountantand 20 at 11 a.m. with Rev. Gary Bement conducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Diane and Barbara all of Bristol. Crawford of Hampton Lake; a son, both of Green Cove Springs; 3 sisters,
was a member of the Ilion officiating. Archie Tanner Funeral Lawtey Cemetery, with Elder H.C. Conn.; five sisters, six brothers and O.D. Bennett of Jacksonville; 22 Annie Curlee of Jacksonville, Laura
Masonic Lodge 501 in New York, a Home of Starke was in charge of ar- Redding, officiating. Archie Tanner four grandchildren. grandchildren; 35 great McQuinn of Lake Butler and Eva
member of the Scottish Rite,Valley of rangments. Funeral Home of Starke was in Funeral services were held In St. grandchildren; and two great-great. Shuford of Lawtey, 8 grandchildrenand
Utica in New York, and a member of charge of arrangements. Johns Episcopal Church, Bristol, grandchildren. 8 greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
the Presbyterian Church. Bennett Louis Wilkison. IV Conn. Burial was in West Cemetery. Graveside funeral services were services were held
Survivors include one son, Mr; Bennett Louis Wilkison, IV, two George R. Schilling DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home was in held at 2:30: p.m. Wednesday,t\pril21 Wednesday, April 21, in the First
Thorold Herman Bement, Jr., of months old of Lawtey, died Sunday, George R. Schilling, 65, died in the charge of local arrangements. in Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. United Methodist Church of Green
Starke; two daughters, Mrs. Elaine April 18, following a brief illness. Bradford County Hospital early Lester Austin, pastor of Laura Bap Cove Springs. Burial was in Hickory
Jones of Ceneterville,Penn. and Mrs. Survivors include his mother and Thursday morning, April 15, follow- Dewey Bennett tist Church, officiating. DeWitt C. Grove Cemetery. Helm Funeral
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April 22. im

I BriefsMan I

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KilledIn flee. W1i n-nHI police arrived they Two vehicles from New York state Richard R. Patrick; Jr. of West roadway into the path of the 1982 was$600,damage to Py le's 1981 B. M.
told Clark to give them the gun which were traveling north on US-301, at the Virginia,was traveling east on SR-100 Chevrolet van Wall. Wall W. was $500, according to Patrolman
Shooting he did,according to Patrolmen Eaton intersection of SR-100 where the traffic April 10 when he was struck by a 1971 struck the horse, roll over it and Ricky Bennett. _,-
Deputies from the Bradford Masher and Wayne Wilkinson. light was allegedly not functioning Chevrolet which slid into his path came to rest with the horse under the Goodman, also known as Gerald
Sheriffs Department were called County to properly April 10, according to one from Westmoreland St. Randy Kent van. A wrecker was required to Williams, was cited for careless driving ,
the Starke home of Harley W. Keene. Hit and Run'Collision motorist. The first vehicle stopped Barnett, 16, of Starke, was cited with remove the van from the horse. ,having no tag,no driver's license, ,i
because both the green and red light to the $250 value 'I
speed too fast for condition. Damage van was and helmet, /
Jr., at headlight, no according -
approximately 2:15 a.m. on were on at the same time, the second One of the passengers, Marie of the horse was $500, according to no to Patrolman David Crum. 'alt, nI I
Saturday, 17 1982.
April vehicle hit the rear of the first vehi Patrick treated and released Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. !as:
45, was
Upon arrival at the Keene A vehicle belonging to Stanley There was no damage listed to the ,
residence Noegel Used Can 301 crossed the from Bradford County Hospital. the cycle on the accident 9,11
deputies found Roy Lester cle.Stephen car or
Markley, 21, of N. V. driving Barnett he Benjamin Franklin Lee,21, of Mac- ; v9
According to applied
line SR-230 striking an oncoming -
Jr. 57 of the center on
Morgan, age same address receive report. 'yiy'il
the kitchen floor. 1980 Cbevette driven by a 1964 Plymouth $400 brakes at the intersection but con- clenny. was cited for no valid drivers {
suffered on a gunshot wound Morganhad ana Ned -' Debra J. Cuddington, 28, of Starke. damage when struck by a 1980 tinued to slide onto SR-100. license, leaving the scene of an acci- Gerald Goodman of Starke was .17'1
to death before the deputies arrive The NoegeV vehicle then left the scene Chevrolet driven by Kathleen M. Damage to the Patrick 1979 dent and driving on the wrong side of eastbound on Estelle St.traveling at a .nd
only to have a blow out % mile from Niatas. of N. Y. Damage to the Chevrolet van was$2,000. Damage to the road in an accident April 15. speed too fast for wet pavement, and .; 7()

ed.Keene, 52, was arrested and charged the accident. The driver of the vehicle Chevrolet was Steve$1,000 Backus., according to Barnett's vehicle was $900 according Lee sideswiped an approaching on the wrong side of the street, when ,j.i2
with murder in relation toMorgan's then left on foot in the April 19 ac Patrolman to Patrolman Sonny Jackson. vehicle on SR-16 approximately 2.8 he struck a 1975 Ford. Rescue 60 rt41
ddmL miles west of Starke. As Lee attemp the accident ,
death Bradford and is presently be her husband William James Suggs, 33, Starke, Randy Ira Broskey of Starke was ted to flee the scene, he turned off of responded to Bradford taking o 1m
ing held in the Jail Goodman to' County ;
County cuddington struck the parked Rescue 62 unit as he SR-16 but coil
without bond. Richard a passenger, cited for careless driving April 13 was stopped when he hung Hospital. ..
Keene stated that he had been in were taken to Bradford County| backed out of the emergency room when the 1965 Ford pickup he was his vehicle on a culvert. Damage to
Jacksonville most of the day and Hospital where they were treated and parking area the the Bradford County driving struck a parked vehicle on the sideswiped 1973 Ford driven by Julia Davidson stopped for the stop :
Hospital April 11. Michael Woodrow Callan of Starke
Bessent Rd. in Starke.
when he returned home late in the released.
St. in
sign on King Keystone Heights,
Damage td the 1977 Chevrolet ambulance was $500. to Lee's 1977
D. C was eastbound on BessentRd. Damage
evening he found Morgan at the According to Trooper Broskey April 19, then proceeded across
house, bruised about the head and Roberts an arrest is pending. was $250, damage to Suggs' ., made a left turn and failed to Dodge was$700,according to TrooperD. SR-100. Paul Steinmetz, Jr., of :
face from a fight with person or persons Damage to the Noegel 1978 Dodgewas 1978 Dodge van was$200,according to straighten up and ran into a parked C. Roberts. Keystone Heights, was traveling east :"
that Morgan would not identify $500, damage to Cuddington's Patrolman Steve Backus. 1964 Chevrolet. Damage to the Chevywas on SR-100, striking Davidson on the :....
$450, according to Trooper Ken- Corine Hudson Colbert, 68, of
to him. Circumstances Chevrolet was $4,000.
surrounding ;::::
right rear.Davidson ::1
the Steven William Thompson, 30, of neth Ethridge. Starke, was cited for running a red
that followed
argument and the Starke, was cited for careless driving was transported to Baptist ;
light April 10. Patricia Pyle, South -
shooting are still under investigation, Starke Area Hospital where she was treated .wand
after he struck vehicle US-301.
a on Carolina
according to Investigator Don Den- William M. Wall, 40, of Jackson- was attempting to make a released. :=:
ton. Fender Benders Thompson was on private property ville, struck and killed a horse April left turn off of SR-16 onto US-301 when
when his heel caught in the carpet on 15 on SR16. The horse, belonging to she was struck by Colbert. There were no charges in the acci-
Juvenile Charles Gerald Starling, 43, of his vehicle's floorboard, causing him dent.
ArrestedOn Terrv Shirley of Raiford. ran onto the'U Damage to Colbert's 1977 Chevrolet
Starke, failed to notice a stopped vehicle to be unable to apply brakes before JI I 1 -
Two OffensesA ahead of him as he was traveling entering US-301 from the shopping m. I

Bradford County High School student north on Walnut St.. April 9. Starling center. r
his brakes but struck vehi- Jones, Convalescent Service Inc.
was caught in the office of the attendance applied a Damage to the 1971 Chevy station- .
cle driven by John Frank Gillewaters, ,
officer April 16 : wagon driven by Clydie Owens Orton
money in his hand. The hold 51, of Starke. of Graham was $350. Damage to
been taken from a wallet in the office. Damage to Gillewaters 1965 Ford Thompson's 1979 Mazda was $400 in Providing Non-emergency 11
When confronted by the assistant was $20, there was no damage listedto the April 9 accident, according to
Starling's 1978 Ford, according to
student Patrolman David Crum.
principal, the ran to a
restroom. Another student went into Patrolman David Crum. Medical Transportation
the restroom after him and found the Randy E. Crawford, 22, of Hamptonwas
money hidden in a towel dispenser.The Emery Randolph Lewis, 23, of stopped! in the inside lane waiting :
juvenile was turned over to Gainesville, was cited for careless for a vehicle to make a left hand turn.
juvenile authorities, he is incarcerated driving and failure to report an accident Russell W. Warner, 22, of West for wheelchair & stretcher patientsin Ii
at this time. April 9 when he struck an unoc- Virginia, rammed into the rear of
The day before the same juvenilehad cuppied car on US-301. Crawford's 1979 Ford truck April 11. 'i P,
been picked up after he removeda Lewis was traveling south when he Damage to Warner's 1979 Bradford & Clay Counties -1
gun from a car glove box at the ball struck a parked vehicle and did not Oldsmobile was $2.000, according to
field at Adkins and Broadway Sts.,according stop. Witnesses followed Lewis and Patrolman Steve Backus. There was
to Patrolman David Crum. reported the accident. According to no listed damage to the truck even P.O. Drawer H
Patrolman Steve Backus, Lewis had though a wrecker was needed to ,qa:)
Police Call UmpireOut been drinking. separate the two vehicles.
Damage to Lewis' 1979 Chevrolet 964-6223 Starke Fla.
At Second j
truck was$100,damage to the parked 1 "
Axel Barnes, 23, of Starke, was arrested vehicle belonging to Constaintinos u}
during a church leaque Kopelousos was $200.
ballgame at Westside Field, April 20.
Barnes was placed in the Bradford Henry Franklin Bellamy 38, of
County Jail under a $1,000 cash bond, Starke, was traveling west on a county Big Jackson Paint Sale 3C MOB I HEJPA.IMTS
charged with child abuse. A public,I road approaching US-301 when he Jp ,
defender was appointed. was struck by a vehicle turning off of
Barnes was charged with child US-3o1. ends May 29 1982 00)T
abuse April 19 after a child left in his Millard Mathew Griffis, Jr., 20, of -(
care was reportedly injured during Starke, was cited for careless driving 11':..
that time. The child was treated and in the accident. ':i,
released from Bradford County Damage to Griffis' 1981 Chevy GET
Hospital. pickup was $600, damage to 9Af :Wirf
Barnes was field umpire for the Bellamy's 1977 Chevy was $450, according -
ballgame at the time of his arrest. to Patrolman Ricky Bennett. [ ; )
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Court BriefsThomas ) Jean Serge LaGace, 34, of Davie, STANDS ABOVE QD Ittrf'''Mff{,
Fl., was cited for careless driving in
Outlaw, 27, of Hampton, an accident April 9 at 1S:2a: p.m. at the THE CROWD )rl::,
was released on recognizance from Interaction of US-301 and SR-100. ON RUBT
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/J i sI. w1 s 'qt1) non' $1.0'0'on' 1'nttl;;u
Bradford County Jail April 17. Robert'Spencer Wishart' 33. of ri n1; ,ncm 1 ) ,vu'- "
Outlaw was arrested April 8, charged Tampa;was traveling south on U -301
with two counts of forgery and two was struck by LaGace after she stopped rep Per Gallon
counts of uttering a forgery. Bond for the light but failed to keep her 8 "-\'
was set at $1,000 (cash only) en each vehicle under control. r s fib:
count at that time,according to Deputy Damage to Wishart's tractor- Rus-Kil destroys rust "KtHf

Glen Moore. trailer truck was $100, damage to t1 two ways better
John A. "Little John" Bryan, 18, of LaGace's 1974 Dodge pickup was$600, w 'lI\
Starke,was placed in Bradford County according to Patrolman Sonny First, it contains a '!
Jail for failure to appear for his ,Jackson. !'
court date at the proper time and in powerful inhibiting :.?
proper dress April 19. Judge George In O rA1Ni. pigment that kills: .lit
Joseph Mitchell, 42, of St. Cloud
Pierce ordered Bryan placed under aI MenBig ibDrfT
$500 cash bond for contempt of court, was traveling south on SR-16 when he ;. ==- rust. And second, i if. ,
to hit a stretch of water that was in the I RUS
according Deputy Greg Nichols.
contains ,. .1111'
roadway. Mitchell over-corrected to BruceJackson rlrel.rm-. a wetting
Robert Lee Butler, 27, of Starke, the } ,
left and
went Into a skid = IT
crossing 'r(
vehicle |o
L that
was arrested and charged with the centerline, and onto the shoulder, 6'9" 1illI iwisiri .. effectively .," in.nvD;
trespassing after a warning April 19. striking a fence. #. seals me'allur.
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Butler was ordered to leave the property There MOPACOTE .

Co. only of Geo to return Goetzman to the property Construction and I dent.1977 Chevrolet was no in damage the April to Mitchell's 10 acci- Uex House PoW I KR 'j faces against ,rusfi i' I,loins:ilnl!tf I

verbally abuse Goetzman later. "'---*8BMUM.-.BurrM.. MM' causing moisture i '."" Vtoa bnsJ

Bond for Butler was set at $100, he Pauline Green Harris,50, of Starke, __an_"_ __.__. __ Get Rus.Kil.and'ki1a' !.! arirI
was released on recognizance, accor- was eastbound !'.J:,, I b atom l
ding to Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. when the headlights on of her, car April went 10, rust fast! ''ui19, srnszu2

Charlie Clark, 24, of Hampton, was ,dim. When the driver looked down "
arrested April 20, charged with aggravated there was fire coming from beneath

Starke assault.police were called to in-,' ,the Damage dash. to Harris' 1972 Dodge was IN PAINTS ii. SPEEDECilt'' ";)

vestigate a black man holding a gunlon ,$1,500, according to Trooper Kenneth .
other:people behind Dr.Gruen's of-' ,Ethridge.W1xLiIL1 .

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Volunteer Defenders vow Santa Fe Swamp Peat Mining Battle

By Mark Frledlln to slow excessive development ''they attempt to preserve the swamp of support at the time. than they are for agricultural "We like to think that there are .
Monitor Reporter around that famous In its original state.GeorgiaPacific. opera- .
waterway. "The fact that the tions. some reasons that are not strictly
"The fight to prevent the Georgia! Some of her more recent efforts purchased the :owned is one of the Is privately face "The state rules and requirements economic for what we do," Hood said.
:'fII Pacific Corporation from mining have been devoted to swamp, an area of 650 problems we "The recreational in the
peat preventing square acres, here," Hood said. It is much for mining, imperfect as they are,will opportunities
f nlt:4 In the Santa Fe Swamp will be long, phosphate mining in the Osceola Na- from private owners in 1980 and difficult to more force the company to protect the area area, the diversity of wildlife and the
and costly, but we will do our best to tional Forest and she presently serves started seeking the nescessary permits a fair get price private for the owners land to when accept around the operation,if it takes place, benifits to the river far down the
'11'1vd top it," was the message deliveredby as a member of the North Florida to mine, or "harvest" peat that they believe they have a future profit much more than they would under an stream so to speak, from the swamp
noted environmental defender Regional Planning Council. has accumulated In a layer under the Involved." agricultural designation," Hood said. itself, we think are just as importantas
'i 19i{ Helen Hood to the Keystone Rotarians Hood was appointed by Gov. Bob topsoil, fauna and wildlife on the sur "Georgia Pacific claims that the sheer ecomomics."
urf31o Friday, April 16. Graham last year to a special Gover face. Another problem the group faces is peat in the is a renewable Hood said her
H Hood, representing a volunteer nor's Task Force studying the deple Attempts were made in the state the question of whether or not the peat resource and in a technically narrow feasibility of the group operation questions itself
organization called Florida tion and destruction of Florida's environmentally legislature initially to Include the Is actually "mined" or "harvested." sense this is true," Hood said. "But in despite the fact that smaller peat
!'toi@1/ Defenders of the Environment, mowed ; Important wetland swamp In wetlands designated for The difference in the designation, whose lifetime? We know now that the farms have operated in North Florida
I : to Gainesville from New York in areas, including! the local Santa Fe purchase by the state under the Con- according to Hood, is important peat in this swamp took up to 10,000 for years.
!. 1971 and was one of the founding Swamp. servation of Recreation Lands Fund because state environmental controlsare years to accumulate. We also know "This is no small farm," Hood said.
,tmJl( members of the Swannee River Coali- Hood outlined some of the problems for environmentally endangered much more stringent for mining that it filters and purifies the rain- "The mining of peat in this area
tion, a volunteer group formed in 1971 her organization and others face as wetlands, but the effort failed for lack operations, such as phosphate plants water that flows from it into the SantaFe would entail the complete deforestation

'- River.This function will disappearif of every bit of fauna on the sur
the swamp Is destroyed." face. In other words they would haveto
She said the swamp acts as a kind of completely strip the site of vegetation -
sponge for the rainwater, which is in order to get to the peat and it
vital in areas with sandy surfaces would lie in an open state for years."
that lose rainfall relatively quickly to "We feel the swamp and the river
m evaporation."The are all part of one interlocking
:::::1 swamp temporizes and system," Hood concluded. "We want
, regulates the flow of water into the to see the area preserved for future
,, ? ; ,;, + : river," Hood said. "This has far- generations, not lust for the profit of a
g'Ik1t s reaching effects in the Santa Fe River few. We would like: to see Georgia-
t itself." Pacific get a fair price for its land .
4r y 4 Hood said there are other reasons we just don't want to see it
. : ; b Q+', p for preserving the swamp as well. destroyed."
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) German Students Point out Cultural DifferencesBy Lean

Ground Beef 1.19
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Tony Burke riculum at BHS 'routine and boring automobile here," said Alexandra mountain must be an internation
BCT Staff Writer in comparison to her native, Schmitz, 16 and the only student who favorite.) The German theme at Smoked
Americans eat too fast and drive;: university-like curriculum. "German,, will remain here until the close of Busch Gardens in Tampa was foundto :
11 too slow. school begins at 8:15 and run to 1:15,' school. "I was amazed that there be "ridiculous" and Picnic u79
with intermittent free periods. Some were no trains, no buses." she said, "embarrassing" by all members of . . . . . . .
These observations were among mentioning wanting to catch the bus the quartet, and some amazement,
days, school lasts until 5 p.m. and' Country PanSausage.
i several made by a quartet of high 'to Gainesville. voiced at the cost of admis-
classes are held on every second "In Europe, people was high
school exchange students from Ger- .walk. There sion to the tourist attractions, as well $
Saturday. She also said that breaksare are more shops, but no 1.2 9
1 who the last three weeks
many, spent
oj here at Bradford County High School frequent during the school year, shopping centers. Automobiles" are as the high cost of food. . . . . i*
with three weeks off for Easter, but not so available for teens there, Perhaps the most poignant obser-
The four teens, tenth-and eleventh-1 only six weeks off for summer vaca- Even so, Germans literally fly. vation made concerned the attitude
graders ranging in age from 15 to 17, tion. along the"autobahns"where there is and behavior directed at blacks,
1 were here as part of the foreign exchange If the school system in is no speed limit, usually driving in excess where each member admitted notic-
student program. Earlier this Germany of 100 miles hour. "How
per ing examples of prejudice and
\ school year, eight BHS students participated superior reflected as in claimed the conversation, it was certainly of the you stand to drive so slow," lamented discrimination."But Open 8 am til 6 pm Monday thru Saturday
F, in the programs-spending' students.All Alexandra.She did point out that Ger not against us," said Chris, '
"- four were fluent in three Thursday and Friday tll 8 prn
J three weeks In man drivers can be ticketed for not
twaP ....,. languages; native German, English, perhaps a bit perplexed. People here
( using seatbelU., ,have,been very friendly and warm Closed for Church
a .required subject, and French Sunday
food it's
"The so fattening, said
, Van Der den also spoke Dutch Highlights of the three-week stay in toward us. Europeans are much colder -
. 17-year-old Chris Van Der Meijden, and could read and understand Latin America Included mention of Cres-, not as open. Here, everybody
.weet.the only' male in the group. "It's too although he could not speak it. Ailcould cent Beach and Disney World (Space! greets one another..and that is good.

.talk about the geo-political' ----
Chris, originally from Holland, ramifications of a potential US-USSR
found breakfast to be the meal of European confrontation, and saw I
greatest contradiction. "Pancakeswith themselves as the victims of such a.
syrup and salty sausage or clash. ARM A
bacon, how can that be tasty?"
Anke Dohmen, 15 and the youngest
He told how there are virtually no member of the group, said that the
'drive-thru" restaurants in Germany. political awareness of young people in I
There, one enters the restaurant and Germany stems from the relative 111
eats there V, freshness of the second world war
The four1 students are all enrolled in upon the memories of her parents and
Gymnasmm, which in Germany is an grandparents. "Americans don't
advanced educational system preparIng know what it Is like to' have the
its'students for eventual university destruction," she said.
enroHhtent'The students will at- As the students H RDYlAIE \ HARDWARE
a group, were
tend sch<6)) untLL.th 14th grade. amazed at the "Iow, low:' price of

"The schooling 1 In Germany is much gasoline here, saying it cost more
more difficult,1' said'' 16-year-old than double the price in Germany. '
Susanne fehelius, who found the cur "You're very dependent on your
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) GJJ1Jfist From Page IB Reg. 10.40 to 12.45 ORTHOSEVIN

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sent, an tlias been very'influential in ""His mother told him
Jody's musical interest. It wasn't too Someday he will be a man
long after,that that Jody joined Shot And he will be the leader 5 DUST
onstage toj play at the annual "Shot Of a rock-and-roll Band I
Jackson'pay" held in Blackshear, Many people,, com In from miles
Ga., i | around JI
The Michelle Lynn Show has played Just to hear you play your guitar I
locally at the Orange Park Mall and When the sun goes down
the Clay Arts.and Crafts Festival in Maybe someday your name will be In
Orange Park.Tentatlvly lights I\\ 4-lb. Bag
they will appear this Saying Johnny B. Good Tonight. ;d.1
Saturday at the Lawtey Bluegrass rte- h
Festival, Unless conflict occurrs witha Jody has been quietly playing his
Television taping committment. guitar now for the better part of the
The Band will also play Apr. 25 at the last 20 minutes and seems fairly
River City Jamboree in Jacksonville, warmed up, as I see his fingers glide U Insecticide for j
where they will front Con Huntly.This over the frets and watch the pick stab garden use and general for
shew will also include Hank Williams, at one string and then the next and the .-vegetables tomatoes, :=
Jr.who is Jody's favorite country per' next, faster than I could ever attemptAll strawberries etc. ;I
former. of a sudden, it,really doesn't e Kills tomato hornworms, j
On Tues.i April 27. they will play seem important right now whether armyworms cutworms
before the Ernest Tubb Show at the Jody can "read or write too well," other squash bugs and certain
Orange Park High School. Later this because some of the Initial shyness or garden pests.
summer the roup is scheduled to nervousness that existed when I K220CY-CA 10"Lzaec..t Piles
play with Louise Mandrell and R.C. began listening to him play has 8335 314.25' LeAfe Tap W/Free Peewee Tape
Bannon in Franklin Park, Ga. as well vanished. In it's place Is some miltarpickin' AC1SV-GA." a-t WmchSfXMA 2410
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\ ?J Students You can ogle a 300-pound "
Engage Bun" from a scene in South !

this Friday and Saturday, Ap
;i t and May 1, as the Starke Comm\ hto
i in Culinary Chorus, under direction of JJJ1W

McRae, presents its first progra ibi .

two years, a "Review of Broadway? :
.- Pleasures at the Starke Woman's Club. :

-. ;1r Jim Peronto will be "Honey nq I I
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Students of the Prevocational.Home .wn5 'r ,,ti Y ', for Carol Milner. I
Economics and Health Educa- The production will Include maW;

: tion classes, taught by Mrs. Kathy the show-stopping tunes from suchc

Norman and Mrs. Adel Mitchell, par popular local productions as "FiddlE
ticipated a delightful learning experience L on the Roof,' "Oklahoma," "SoutW

it "taste session" at the Bradford A ',, Li Pacific" and "Hello Dolly." ThesS
( Middle School Mar.31 and Apr. 1. _ numnbers will include staging and?
some dialogue, just as they were r-
Funding for explorinnutrltionallawareness I Ii II!
formed in the The cast will
i weremade available, play. beg
through the Federal Nutrition Training i costumed, Just as they were in the:

Act throught the cooperation and plays. gAs

assistance of Mrs. Dolores Morgan, in previous concerts, procGPds 3
school food service coordinator. from the "Review" will go toward

Approximately 275 students'en i new concert grand piano for the Brad-
'i ford School auditorium.The .
joyed the rare educational ex IrL1
perience. Between 75 to 100 different i z2 dinner theatre of previous productions
foods were available for sampling by will be changed to a concel
the students who also participated by F.Y format for the "Review" in an effort

bringing specialty items from home. -.,,-..--.... .. ___ ..n..u._ ,..---------- _-----_- .. _- -"--_. to allow larger audiences for the 'fw{
: Students who added their own per- 1'----- performances. ;
sonal touch were: Troy Hicks (frog '101 Pounds of Fun, That's My Little Honey Bun...' Choral members are (l-r) Lois Moore, Mary Watterson,. Wendell Tomlln- Tickets are on sale at SChOOl,
legs), Joel BRewer and Chris McIntosh son,Judy Brown Annette Pusateri Don lardy Esther Hardy Debbie Wooden High and Bradford Middle
(rabbit), Melissa May (duck)/'I [ Jim Per nto plays "Honey Bun," and will be decked out In a grass skirt Sylvia Reddish Lisa Kelly Sharon Fussell David Shoemaker Vivian main offices or from cast member;:
Marvin Turner (oysters), Michelle and Carol MIner( is a sailor In a scene from South Pacific In the "Review of Bell, Lee Davis, Robin Stem, Mary Ann Kyle DIana Crawford Sylvia Kr ll. General admission will be $4. Fet'
Buchalter (deer) and Bill Heavener Broadway" production to be staged by the Community Chorus. director Bill McRae, and Rhonda Crawford. reservations, phone 964-8073. :;oJl

(beef tripe), Other gourmet items Included '

veal and lamb stew, red snapper ERA "
lobster and a variety of samples The First United Methodist Church i ,";9A I
from the bread and cereal food group. lif : of Starke located on Walnut St., will Union Count Ads .

The second day's emphasis was on iTieeiing> ,host a meeting on the Equal Rights v -...-..

vegetables, fruits and dariy products. Amendment Thursday, April 29 at REAL ,....
Students experienced new tastes and Scheduled 7:30 p.m. In the Church hail The FOR RENTTVPIWInEITS FOR SALE FOR SALE
new ways of preparation while sampling ,public Is Invited. i ESTATE I FOR SALc, V

mangos, coconuts, 1 70 VW BeetletRun good,
'' i avocados, cauliflower, asparagus, LOOKING FOR a special AND AD. look good. Excellent tires, HANDY MAN SPECIAL WEDDING DRESS ANd VEILl
spinach and mushrooms. A variety of piece of property If I DING MACHINES FOR great gas mileage. Air Concrete Block 3 BR, 2 both One-half price. 'Alfred
cheeses included feta, brie, blue don't have It. I'll find It-Just RENT Union County Times, needs repair. Must see to home located near Wor- Angela original liJ'one,
cheese, mozzarella, muenster and I Obituaries ask-...JANE S. USHER 85 SW 2nd Av., Lake appreciate this gem. thington Springs On extra worn In Rocky II. StjCf 7-8,
REALTOR 496-3126 Butler. Phone 496-2261 for large landscaped lot. Deep perfect condition-mail: of
gouda, as well as traditional favorites or 1000. 431-1114 alter S
cheddar and cream cheese. i 496-2903. .v.... "Your more Information. TFN p.m. TFN 4/8 chg. 4 inch well. Owner financed Qulona and ImporteVf bear!
Students were encouraged to taste I' Henry II. Darr, 47 Union County Realtor tin 10/1. 3 BEDROOM 3 BATH at 12 percent. Phone French lace $200:/Also"
bridesmaid dress, $ 7-8
496-3923. sljt ,
3/26. ONI or TWO BXMobile CB/BRICK HOME With 3tchg 4/15 4/22 <
at least twenty different foods each' A memorial service for :: 4/29 blue with whit. lace'cope,
Henry H. FOR AU YOU REAL ESTATE ham. Clean. $135- $150. large swimming pool
day tried, prcferrably foods they had never Darr is set Sunday, April 25, at 4 p.m.' NEEDStCall Venera Brown Playground basketball. landscaped yard several $35. Phone 431-1970.1tchg:
before, and to record how they in St. Edwards Catholic Church in "' Save Near .
6.3022. Sandy Horn mon.y. prisons out buildings, with 2-3 :
like the smell had -
taste texture they
Starke. 496-3994 eves or G.rrl lennon 0.1 mill. Carpools. No acre, located on SR 18 :
ever tried the food previously and, Mr. Darr, 47, died Tuesday after 496-3140. Tiffin and dogs. 496-2366 morning. near Worthington Springs, Immediate I'
would they like to try the food again. noon, April 20, in Alachua General Owens, Inc. Realtor Rt. 2 ../8 TFN.MOBILE owner finance Call '
Mrs. Norman and her home Hospital in Gainesville of an apparent Box 788 Lak. Butler. FL. HOMEi2 Bedroom, I 496-3629 alter 7 p.m. TFN Job Openings .
economics students prepared this cerebral( hemorage. He had lived in tin chg. 8/6. bath on 1 acre lot near 2/... ..L
gastromical delight and joined with Bradford County for one year, moving FOR SALE OR LIASIiOflice Worthington Springs. $100 4 RENTAL HOMES COM- 1. and -M'-
Mrs. Mitchell's students with much here from Baltimore, Maryland building In lake Butler., per month. $50 deposit. MERCIAL BLDG. and property Shipping Receiving Dept. _
enthusiasm to partake of the sampling where he was an iron worker. 3660 *q. ft., Ray Powell, Phone"'l-3907. 4/19 TFN. on SR-100. Commercial 2. Cutting Dept. ...

of the foods. Survivors include his wife, ,963377.15 TFN. site on SR-121 3. Sewing Machine Operators "
I HELP WANTED Beautiful lak. front homeon
Margaret McPoland Darr of Brad- PERSONALSERVICES
large lots. Contact 4. Non-Sewing Assembly Operators
ford County; a daughter, Shiela Jones '
of Maryland; three sons: Richard I POLICEMANiPart lime for Farmers and Dealers Dank, 5. Misc. Part-Time Labor Pool that
4962101. TFN 3/18.
Eiford of Maryland Davied Eiford of Town of Ralford. Needs '
CUSTOM 12 X SS MOBILE HOMEForsale. performs special tasks.We :
MADI DRAPERIES police standards. Applica :
Daytona Beach, and James Eiford of
Free 2 bedroom, 1 bath.Completely .
.lImat... local'distributes lions will be taken until
Starke. furnished. have a few openings in all of the
for completely April 27. Send resume or
Johnson-Hayes Funeral Home of washable nationally application to: PO Box 325, 496-2308. TFN chg. 4/8. above positions on both full and part-time
Gainesville is in charge of ar advertised Gard..". Ralford, FL 32083. 4/15 USED REFRIGERATOR employment.

rangements. Draperies. SAW Enterprise 4/22 chg.SECITETARIAL. Yellow, single' door GOOD BENEFITS STEADY WORK -""
*. Ed or loma HELP NEEDED $23.00, Ray Powell 4
In MemoryIn St.ph.n. 4962219. Capable, experienced in 496-3377. Itchg 4/22. APPLY IN PERSON

memory of Wayne ."Boggle" S/1/80TFN. general office pro. LARGE SIDE BY SIDE LAKE BUTLER APPAREL CO.
Boatwright. He went to be with the YARD SALES 512 SW 12th St. ceedures, light bookkeeping REFRIGERATOR FREEZER
Lord April 22, 1971. Show's Addition Saturday and collections. Good $130, os-ls. Phone
Just beyond the sunset and Sunday. April 24 and working hour, benefit 4963042. Itpd 4/22. VINCWJHMOWN '
473.4385'I There is called Heaven. 25, 9 a.m. until dark.' Baby and condition Age no BEDDING PLANTS: Annuals TIFFIN OWtNS. .
a place
know cloth.,.baby Items, men* barrier for right person. and perennials. 10 and 25 ""34U'"' -,..
There we cloth..: children clothe*. 'Must be' versa'tlfe end cents" each: Trees' and :t ."". .l
.. "'The Lord and you are waiting. r. t 12 .atringguitar.''.Iectrlc dependable.. Gall 496346' shrubs $1.50 and ufv.Con Grrl s' Sulr..Sla (
"You with your'4grln and your smile- '. [,t l lennon .J4t-omaINWI""lt:! i> .
trary iMory'sr Garden 'SR
typ.wi 'Item >'for Itchg )
tt.rl'misc, oppolnlment. :i
\ With broken hearts and shedding Itpd 4/22. 4/22. 121 In LaCrosse. Phon. 496-3t40 fa GeI.'IIo..FteP437777M

f many tears, 462-1561. Closed Sunday 'Ys.
We were that way for many years. INSURANCEMAINES RECREATION DIRECTOR and Monday. 2tchg 4/22 I
But the Lord touched our hearts Three months only. June 1 4/29. 'Lo.
Lifted us out of our grief and sor- thru August. S.nd resume '
'INSURANCE ACIN- to City of Lake Butler SMALL COUNTRY ESTATE. 3 BR, 2 bath brick home on
.,. CYt 160 S. Lake City 5.44 acres, and fruit barn
row.Now we all know that in a little Ave.. Lake Hall Lake Butler,, Fla. Classified Ads roll fence. pecan storage area split. -
Butler. 496-3978. Compl.t. "" ""0 for more detail
AX; while 32054. I tchg 122HOMES Get Results"I
Insurance *1 TO 7 ACRE
S.rvlc. TFN LOTS on SR 18 and off C-791. Owner financ
We will see the Lord and you. ing.

.' You Gone with, but your not forgottenOut grin and your smile joined R.E.A.C.H. because It seemed to offer me a chance to make a significant difference *,... ACRES off 239. heavily wooded. Nothing dawn

: ; Urad Green Teresa Futch Donna Baker of a restless world, to chronically III children by helping them where they really live, away from the good*ACRES own.r, financing. ;:1
Into a brighter tomorrow. hospital/medical center environment; and to advance myself professionally. I am excited wooded $2,200 per acre owner financing".

From his family who still misses him. about the chance to prove nurses con make a difference and be one of those nurses." BR*MEAT, 2 PROCESSING PLANT completely equipped with 3
bath furnished
'I I Ruth Quick. R.N.. R.E.A.C.H. Health Care Coordinator, mobile home .ar

Residential Card of ThanksThis y";11),
is to acknowledge and ;If you are a registered nurse Interested In working with children and thin! 'families.,the .,
thank R.E.A.C.H. Prefect (Rural Efforts to Assist Children at Home) will prepare you to provide
everyone for your very kind I comprehensive health care coordination for chronically III children. R.E.A.C.H. Project AdsTTTT
expressions of I Starker
sympathy during the
HOME loss of our loved one. ; nurses are employed by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services Children' .

Maintenance and Engineering Inc. Fathers live on in our hearts forever ,Medical Service Program. The educational component of the R.E.A.C.H. Prolect I I. provided "I C
; A Full Service Co. as we think of times we have shared; by the College of Nursing and Medicine at the University of Florida. College credit will BUSINESS BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES''Ol"
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Postboccalaureate, and Master's. must have Florida license and .experience OPPORTUNITIES
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FOR SALE AGift call
PERSONAL WANTEDUSED Brittany Retriever, white, anytime,
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LAKE LOT on sand bottomed SERVICES
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lake in Hillcrest. $800 FURNISHED MOBILE HOMES 944-7M4. MOBILE HOME I
down, S146.44 per month. CARPENTER WORK WILSON T-JOOO tennis 1130, odd \ I Phone "73. O'8 or Remodeling work' kitchen racquets call 473-2210 or Lak. Gen.va Mobil.Home Saturday. 7 p.m.Public 'In- FOR SALI Lak. Geneva ., SERVICE POLES
473-4367 after 6 p.m.4/1 cabinets, and trim 473-4380 after 5:00: p.m.tf Park. 4/1 tfnchg vlted.4/1 tfnchg Mobil. Home Sales, $7,770 100 AMP
pd2/4 10' down. $99 month for .
tfnchg carpenter. Reasonable OFFICE SPACEIocIng
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE-. price. Call 473-2477. 7:30 DOUBll lED INNERSPRINO Lawrence Blvd. Next door ANONYMOUS Closed 14X30 Liberty. Double VACATION 160.00 I I I

Keystone Heights, owner a.m.- 5:30: p.m1 tfnchg. MATTRESS Good condition. to Andrew Drug. Call meeting Monday 8 p.m. wide starting at $13,995. Quality desk setsa FROM INFLATION 200 AMP
financed 12 percent In- CARPENTRY AND MASONRY Call 473-2210 daytime.. 4733411.41 tfnchg. Open meeting Friday 8 Com check all of our'' gift of lasting Life looks brighter when '250.00 I
terest. Lots on clear, sand WORK Building patio, 4tfnchqr STORAGE 01 BUSINESS p.m. Alonon Monday 8 model and special prices. beauty and pleasure you have a second in-
bottomed lake, priced to additions, remodeling YARD BUILDING, 23'x30, two p.m. All meeting at 'A mile East of Keystone ome selling Avon. Call Call Anytime
sell from $9,900. On. to home and tile work. Free SALE drive-In door. Zoned BB Educational Building Com- on .Hwy ICO. "" tfnchg 468-1187 WaldoMtTrack
3 475-2467 Mildred Henkle.
five acres overlooking lake estimate Phone 473-4473 $300/mo. Will con.lder..11 munity Church 473-2790 or IR BATH.1.400 Sq.Ft. on ,
J (access available) with during day 4tpd 3/18-4/8. FIRITOWER ROAD April 24 or trod. Call 475-2130. "" Hn chg. Woodlawn Drive, CHI A.
nice tree from $3.600,,,I tfn. from 9:30: a.m. 3:30: p.m. 4734667."tchg1.22 OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo 38000. Call Keystone
$500 down ISO a mouth.' CHILD CAM full or port-1 I Misc. Item. Itcgh 4/22 OFFICE SPAC1 .Ingl. or du..,-f... or weigh- Height Realty Inc. Realtor Jelllms
Commercial frontageInvestment -. time. Drop-In Monday ,4-'AMIL SAIL Applicance doubt: room available.'Carpeted In., open meeting Tues MLS "73-4961.41' tfnchg < Moved +
I opportunity! thru Friday. Phone Robin *. clothing dishes paved parking.' day 7:30 p.m., St. Anne'. CUTE 2BR Concrete block |
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473-4375.4/1 tfnchg Itpd 3/22 Park" on SR-100. Friday -' 473-2160 after 4 p.m. 4/18 Heights. Thll,. carpet, drapes, op moves. Set-up 4t connections EAMIHmMn .k
LAKI GENEVA' and Saturday 10 a.m. .*. Felxible financ done. Call .. (tart UMS>
BEAUTIFUL Ifn chg. day,9:30 a.m., Community .
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access lots from".500, CARS 4/22> 4 p.m. 473-4327. Itchg 1,000 .... Ft. to appro*. State lank of Stark ing. 29500. _4732733.4l3nWttn .._. 1-4 2-4587 evenings. .ual4:.s44 .
$300 down. $71.74 pert| 1,400 so.. ft. Directly I In 473-2790 or 964.8587..11 -
month. Discount on entire TRUCKS .SR-ll-2-mlles north ofK.yston. front of Post Offk ,. I tfn chg.
; 10 acres. One Waterfronlot. .. Furniture, tools, Keystone Height Call BINGOLion* Club across : '475-1720 '
Call ...73..375.1 color TV, glassware and 473-2149 or 473-2014 4tchg I from high .school. UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP. ., '

tfnchg 72 FIAT850 Sprtle. Hardtop and mucy Sot.more. Thur. Frl.. 415.56.AVARARU. Tuesdays,: Early Bird 7 YARD WORK Bradford Barber Shop *'
q CLEAN. CONFORTA8U 90"gold and convertoble top. Excel 1tchg422SATURDAY I MAY I, 12x60 p.m.1or.; / 7:30: p.m.
couch.: Only $100. See] condl. Call 473-3177. AND SUNDAY... 2BR mobile home on shaded Public Invited. 4/1 Hn chg. (Across from Babcock' Furniture)
at Monitor office or call;, Itchg 4/22 at April Mathewson 24-25 9 a.m. 6 p.m.' ocr lot. $130/Mo.. Free Estimates Richly grained 4" x T/t' OPEN 5 DAYS A WEEK
732210.1tfnchg Manor onSR214. Responsible tennont only t walnut in a simply elegant .
LASER 14' SAILBOAT. Excel.,) Classified Ads 3-mlle. from 371-2002> or 376-9938 2tchg 8 1BRr.arlt YSzRV1t design with name-
.1'; ;, Condition. $1,000 or trod.' Get Results SR-100.2-mlle*from SR-21. 2BR, S BATH, furnished 89Iii41M-"' plat.
tod /22WORLD'S
for sallboard.Vlnce4734036 mobile horn 4-mlle. N.W. Steve Broadway [ shop sit CamparslI t
Coma .
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after 5 of te C
Keystone O18.
tJ Central ;"l
Insurance fo
1tchg2229 alr.$22O TREE SERVICE our complete lettction Special
I; MOBILE HOME. 10x54 ft.. 1 FAIR TOURAn Keystone Height p.r Realty ma., jfr'" Removal of quality desk 'sets by Mobile Home Parks DRAIN ROCK .. ,

; BR, Large living room REALTOR ...n"96I.22 "-Hfftlr.r
Invitation to |loIn Keys ton. United 113421Elgsks All types of homeowners GRAVEL ROCK(
:: I throughout. Hncha.
quality I
carpet I I
;,1' Kesyton area. Call Methodist Church 5 day tour to the World's Trimming TNOOPPICB policies for SANDS:

r (. i Alachua 14623841. Fair loaves K.yston. Jun. 16. Prk. Include 1 allty Palntln g Free EstlmaU' mobile homes. e BUJLDiNG
: Itchg 422MOBILE 2 days at World's Fair and I N dlilrn.11T1. i '
numerous Call for Quota A-1 TOP SOIL
HOME 3 BR. screened Interior Exterior *HOP I .
attractions en route. A real fun trip. TofalprIc. a/j1111 ... 473-4732
; porch garage and car. lie. CC1e Olin's Mobil I
port. Comer lot. Deeded $375 each, doubl. occupancy. For [ Estimates S.nIi IndI.td $ S's.. I AMOUNT. ;; !

i Access lo Paradise lok*. reservation and Information call Bill Wett, References ,I alp .f..NIN After 5 P.M.Keystone ._ Horn Sales PH. 782-3172-
Call Dave Hamilton i iI iI
,1 is $17.000. Cell 4734414.I 4734773.: TIm. Is limited. Hel ht Elaine M. Wn Agent I
4/22 JiUUyUJlM Aden E. tor'
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Color TV'sAnt.nna's duty Industrial with loader 34x3o"r cents each. Used mobile home If mortgage ROOMMATE large,
CUSTOM FARM SERVICES and grade-box. Excellent In printing newspaper. I is 3/4 paid or more.OLIN'S Share expense efficient on 3 BR ;r.uttUepar
: BATHTUBS REFINISHEDs In Bulldozing land clearing condition. $7900.00. Croat for minor repair MOBILE HOME SALES energy between
horn Call 964-7490
Spec. In receiving your home. Guaranteed.Free plowing mowing, disking 473-4417. 1/14 Hn lob*. Brodford County 9645606. Open 7 day 9 AM and S PM. 0""
., ..Channel'" 304.47 estimates $79.93 fertilizer, dolomite, lime, EUNICE'S NURSERY '....raph, ttl-eJOS. Hn. weekly. TFchg REALTY
782.3577 99.93 with sink Ultra- (spreader service), farm ft Azalea, $1.50 gal.) can. CARPET NEW S USEOs Fur- AXLES TIRES 2 axleI- 4 HOUSEKEEPERS for hire. Do ; U

.... am 7pm'vznsYARD Glaze 9648903. 3/11 tfn garden teed hay cutting Roses, thrubbery. located nltur A appliances tire. We pick-up. $100; you need someone to
GOODMAN CAR WASHs baling (round or square). 2 mile north of lawtey on Plumb. fixtures and pipes You deliver, $123. Olln clean your ham one aweek c. J-
Wash wax and vacuum Call Homer Hart-Moonlight I US301. look for signs, BARGAIN CENTER US-301 Mobil. Horn Sale, Hwy., or twice excellent a month.local PHONE 964-7778 IB
SALE (inside and 782-3972. tfn. So., 9646679.2/5 tfn 100 W Stark. 964.3606. many
out), $15. Connor Enterprises, 496-2093.4/22
SR-16 and 301, Signal 4tchg 5/13 ANTIQUES! One pump DO-DROP-IN. BARGAIN CASH TFchg PAID for aluminum "reference'5-2"'. Itchg 422BOATS or L TEIWUESR 205 N. Temple, Starke
Station. 9648283. 2/4 Hn organ, very old; dining HOUSE 301 South.
oi, S* OF BARGAINS Seeing AUTO REPAIRS rood room tot, walnut;' 9646740. W* buy and sell can. 21*. Copper, brass
service, FOR RENT
U Bollevlngl 212 CallS and batterle H A R Block
; and numerous pieces of oak.: used furniture and appliances. Buy Now Because. .
| .. 9 a.m. to 5t30 p.m. pick up delivery 24 For tale or trod. 112 E. 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED office, 31 S. 6th St., Moc
hour. ..,. Why Because today people-to-people financing' mi
Ya'll coma *.. u* at our'n.w Average day Florida. Call
vice 964.7553.3/ltfn MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE, Call St., Stark. ../8 4lchg' TVSs Color clenny 15 FT. LONESTAR boat with lower effective mortgage Interest rate by four to Its.points. .-
location. 3/1B tfn
i HOME PARK mobile hornet 4/29 at $100.00.Trad.ln 259.6992.1/07 tfn
trailer New tire, new Because today market condition allow buyer
id FREE MERCHANDISES Completesharpening
welcome ,
and for rent 3 M COPIERs Model) 209. Phone
itc'o'nomlcally priced service, circular Recreational specs vehicles Very good condition, many 964-8213.6/11 Hn gold and sterling liver, battery. 83 hp. Evlnrude. to purchase property at 19M prlco Ioc_.. homo
beautiful home hand, carbide, $999 FIRM. Call 964-3381. ownership continual to bo today bait Investment end
f..lry. J.R.
|1. ( welcom Phone 4682912. tuppTlet. $400 call FIREWOOD White oak and Bulllngton 961.6250.
decor Item for hosting a chain mower blade hollow TFchg 9645606.15 tfn pin., $5 per truckload; 3/18 tfn Inflation hedge, while allowable tax deduction eon
Lady Lloyd party. Coll ground and balancad. HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng FIBERED ALUMINUM ROOF: Oak .....'*, $30 half cord. CASH PAID FOR ALUMINUM VACUUMSALE make homo moro oHordoblo. And because today ahor-
Chris, 964.6279.1 4tchg Leave at Jackson Bulldln, room, TV, and air. COATING $29.95 I IFlbered Call Sunshine Acre, CANS 21 cent, copper native mortgage Instrument can load buyer to advantaaooui -
4/22 Supply In Starke Keytion Underwood Motel 3 miles, Snow. Whitey! 964-7699 or come out between brass, batterle H A R flnancln,.
IPRIl. 22,23,* 24. 8 AM to 4 Height or lake Butler North of Stork. on Hwy. Mobil. Horn Roof Coating 9:30: a.m. and 2:30 Block Office 31 !S. 6th St., * * * I
IPM Thr. famllle TV CR TFNchg 301. 10/9 tfn $34.95 per 5 gal. Starke p.m. and will load for Macclenny. Fl. Phon. NEW & USEDWe Bradford Vlllai-A nw concept In lifestyle with low

|radios, mlic. Item. ALCOHOLICS 3 BR, 1 BA LIVING ROOM, Paint Center 9648181.' you. 1/28 tfn 259.6992.3/25 tfn Finance Our Own ,maintenance; adult housing offering charm comfort B
hliperlng Pine Motel, 3 ANONYMOUS! Phone dining room A kitchen 4/19 tfn EUNICE'S NURSERY OFFICE WORK IN MY HOME. KIRBYS quality along with energy efficiency.
L south on 301-South, 964-3148 or 9647619. central heat and air. In' 5-V GALV. ROOFING Tomatoes; hot and bell Bookkeeping typing, ROYALS * * * *
Stork.. Itpd 4/22 TFchg Hampton. Phone 4681779. 64.15; 7'-$4.93; 8'$5.53; pepper; eggplant container payroll accountsreceivablepayable. EXECUTIVE HOMES
|AIN OR SHINEt Inilde ((1st month rent In ad- 96.22; 106.91 | grown $1.50 can. Experienced. EUREKAS
SEWING MACHINI; .Boautlful brick homo with 1 ac., approii. 2100 **,. ft.. aSa.100
00'. Lodge on Grlffis vance.)3/7) tfn 117.60; 12829. We Phone 782-3972. located 2 Reasonable HOOVERS
|Loop (SR-100)), Fri. and REPAIRED All make LAKEFRONT RENTAL 2 BR. 1 manufacture. Jocktonvllla, mile north of Lawtey on rote*. Call 964-6474. Wed., ELECTROLUX $ ossum. mortg. at IT/4%
Sot.. 8 AM til 2 PM. Itpd cleaned, oiled and ad. thru Fri. after 6:30 largo, brick CHtA homo. 2300 to. ft. on 4 lot now
BA on Crosby Lak. Par Call toll. free, US-301. Look for sign 3/25 : p.m. FILTER QUEENS
lusted $15. Work .. 1%. Steve, refrl .. D/W.
4i22 dally furnished. One 18003422702. 4/1 Stchg Hn Weekends, keep trying. school Koyitona. A u. mort. ,
t.., APRIL 24i Multi. guaranteed. Jamer lease, $229 per mo.Weigel yrs. 4/29 4/15 tfn.OWNEROPERATO.'S. SEARS compactor disposal telling fan, frplc., ._........
family 675 W.Madison St., Strickland corner Morgan Realty Inc., 2825201.128 THE HANGMAN I I.coming faTerwlllegar Motorcycle for COMMERCIALWe What a way to Live. Luxurious brick homo now Country
19 AM III 3 PM Itpd 4/22 Rd. and Hwy 16. TFNchg tfnKITCHENEFFICIENCY Motor. Watch short and long "-ull.... repair all makes Club wall doilgnod.AHordablo .
ftll,I SAT. 9 AM ill 5 PM. 386, CHAIN LINK FENCES Install ,. for dote Call ....."... located *t I Eloganco. Handsome, now brick homo 'hiConnorly
|W.. Woldon St., 3 ipeed ed. Free estimates. HandyMan ROOMS for rent at low; GOOD, USED tin and 174 sao FOUR Run HONDA Faulkner1 Realty. All Fie. AI Young'sSlncB Eitatoi. Finest Insulation frplc., sprang water

|bike door, window, Fence Co. 964-8359. weekly rate Call Temple. brooder feeder trough Motorcycle.$600 good.will Trucking Truck 1957 Quality Cholco. Magnificent Ig. homo Country Club, 3BR
nods of mlic. Itpd 4/22 tfnpd 982TYPEWRITEI Motel 96/-7357. 2/18 EOW and feeders, waterers. Asking Call' 473-7156 Brokerage. 4/15 Jlchg 2 I. HUGE fam.rm.. frplc.. 2 lot circle driveway.e .
ilG YARD SALE Thur, Fri.,, REPAIRS Call MOBILE, HOMES 2 bedroom Sea at the House of after negotiate.6 and ./29 964.6918 Exciting Placo. Conova Lako I.t. energy off. homo,
j Sot., 8 AM tll 5 PM,, the Office Shop. 110 W. 1 bath on on. acre fenced Bargain. 212 E. Call St. weekend p.m.4/8 Hn anytime Classified Ads 3 Mkis tMrtk if $45.000 VA mtg. S37.M6. "'.%
I w.oth.r permitting. On, Call St., Starke, for detail garage, storage shed$200 Itch* 4112ELECTRIC Start ttl US 301 LAKEFRONT GET YOUR FEET WET
(right, SR-230 past hospitoll!; 964-3764. tfn per mo. $100 deposit. Call B-B-QUE grill, Get Results Sllvor L.... U 4 .R, 2 .A, fenced largo enclosed shed,
9/IOmi. Follow ilon. Itchg .GLASS CUT TO ORDERS 622.5620 after 3 p.m. 2/23 new. On stand $40; table LANDFOR MOUNTAINS covered picnic' aroa.
4/22 Doors windows, etc. tfn model $23. Call 96/-5231 SALE NORTH CAROLINA lot on Genera Crook with boautlful oak troo. (14.000.
tARAGE SALES Fri. 8. Sat. 9 PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished after tin bedroom I bath, large rock
S p.m.22 House on lake. 2 ,
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY :.Cuitom built homo. Little' Ik. Santa Fa 2 Ac.9HO.000.
JAM S PM Furnitur.l| efficiencies and 1 COLOR TVs 19" portobl fireplace, custom kitchen. Screened In 10x36 front
9646078. Orders also Bedford Lk.-Owner fin. $77.000.
[drapes and etc. Hwy. 16, BR opts., weekly or mon Bradford brand. Good con' EXCLUSIVE LAKEWOODs deck overlooking lake. Hat 100 feet lake frontage..
token In lake Butler Sllvor lake 2 BR. 1 BA. $350 Mo. Rant or Buy.
I next to HI-Lo Groc.ry, thly. NEW FURNISHED, dition. $100. Call 9647292. Highly restricted lake and Paved road frontage. Immaculate beautiful totting.
Raiford. Itchg 4/22 Keystone STUDIOS. 2313 N. Temple Itchg 122ANTIQUE laka access lots From and Ideal living.
| of boating |lust
PiliNG BAZAARs Sat.. April Height. 4734973. 2/26 tfn Ave, Starke. 3/11 Up 9/02 MILK CANS Pair. $8250. 1/4 down, balance Plenty swimming -Doublowldo Mobil Homo, 4 BR.2 BA on 1 aero. Hwy 16.
excellent termt.
|24, 9 AM 3 PM. Plant, BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 3 BR unfurnished house for Refurbished, green 10 yr*. 12 percent. Limited I $59,500.00, range rofrl,., D/W.carpet drapes.only$11.500. $13,000
hire*, furniture, crafts, SERVICES Bradford County rent 964-6841.3/23 H w/grandma-grandpa picture land I fin., Immediate occupancy
number on private II 6.53 all land fenced
[ baked good, (jewelry. residential pump-out, FOR RENTs Lovely room, *on front. Good condi and park. Information on I large trout ttream. acres posture and bordered .Boiiont Rd: 3 BR. 2 BA CH/A.
I Starke Nursing Home, 808S $50. We also re-lay' drain private bath reasonable Lion $40 set. Call 964-7292. 1/2 mile West of has a small stream on one tide by a -CB 3 BR, 1% B, with pretty wooded acre lot In town excollont -
: Colley Rd., across from lines. Phon. 964-8121. r.nt. 9646035. 4/1 4tchg I tchg22 property large swift flowing trout stream on bock. Located on condition, some financing 41000.
fSouthslde Elementary. 5/28 rfnchgPROFESSIONAL 422CLEAN GO CARTs 3 hp., two seater Storke on SR-100. Rep. onsite state paved rood, plenty of room for cattle, horse .Framo,3 BR. pecan trees,23l.ir on pacod SRD-1 1.63S
I Itchg22 Car CleanIng MOBILE HOMES for $225. Call 964-5718. 1 Itpd on Sunday Sea Cloud and several hou.... Owner told tell only $22,500.00. Ac. High 8. Dry. 23500. Good Buy

FRI a SATs 632 Pinewood Service. Cleaned rent. On Hwy. 16 E. Close 4/22 Realty Owner-Realtor, bay $5000.00 down assume loon. Owner, Financing lawtoy, 3 BR. CH/A. Approx. 1500
1 Dr., Starke. 9 AM tit 3 PM. washed, glazed vacuumed to priton. Call 468-1323. 12xB PORTABLE BIDO. 4S46 EI Mar Drive, Ft. I iq. ft. Stucco on 1 ac. pv'd. driveway, gara.7. ...
Itchg 4/22 sanitized and 4/1 tinMOBILE (Barn type) On yr. old. lauderdale, Fla. 33308. Highway frontage 1.34 acres located on Hwy. 60. long ." Ac. on Fortytho Rd. 14xM MH metal barn pocan.
deodorized. $7.00. pick-uF HOMES FOR RENTs Panelled Inside w/elec- ((309)776-0390.,4/22) Hn hwy. frontage, dandly building site good for business poach apple tr_.. Grapovlno. $38,000.
and delivered or your mile from Stark. city trlcal outlet $850. Call or houto. Priced right at$85000.00 only$2000.00 down .lot! 63 4 iS Cypress St. Crystal Lk. Hemetlte. $4,900.
MOBILE place. Call 964-7226 ask limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. 964.8132 before 6 p.m. MISCELLANEOUSPERSONALS'All make you the owner. Commorclal-250 on Hwy. 301. Owner financing.

cy HOMES for Dennis. 12/10 tfn Call 468-1323. tfn Itchg 422CAMPERs -'09 N. Wettmareland-Neorly now. Assam mtg.
FURNISHED APARTMENT! Fold down type These are a few of over 2000 littingt. We have all
FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS member of Excollont commercial Many uses. Approx. 1 oc.
FOR SALECdMMUNITYttB'MOSfi Utilities Included. Call with 2 double bed. $500. and We prop.
of from $500JX perocre up.
the 1945 $radfordHlgh, type property w/155 H. on 301. Stool bldg.. Extra too numerous to nit.
Ill W. Call St. 964-3261 or. 9646112.' 4/15 Call 7823903. tchg 4/22 Graduating Class 'contact"ttrHlgg'tT have small,. tract*?we also? have .,.vlr! ol cabin, .Comm.rcloUo with 120 H. on US-301. Good ,bwylGonova
| "947303'."""'"" "* a 2tchg 422.GOOD lOCATIONI In ateloJA trailer. FT. Scotty ,travel ;.A"17 Olor1 houses; old form;etc Writeor, call today(for a fr..' Lake 'Estatewooded; '. ac. lots, tormi. Clan

HOMES Factory- owned Open Stark, 3 BR. 1 bath block ,SIDE 964.6632Itpd4/22 IY SIDE '90J.964.7731. 'or: Mary listing brochure. You can call free by dialing neighborhood' w/rolllng/ hill. Tonnli court
and 'operated. Single- T.W.eF. 9 til 5:30 house. Has stove, Refrigeratorfreezer.Avocado Ellen Wadtworth Andrews/; 1-800-438-7421. Write or call today.CENTURY .415 Morton Torraco-Soo to ApprecIate

|..3ride starting at $7993; Thurs. 11 AM HI 7 PM refrigerator, washer/dryer colored $200. 904-376-7712 about Class 21 .Acr.age-Davis St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park
doublewldes. starting at Sat. 9 AM Ml 3 PM hook-up large yard no Call 473-4341. 42tchg R.unlon.8 41chg 4/29 -5 Aero near Hampton. Wolf oloc. polo. oprk tank.
$13,993. US-301 N. Starke, Appolnt..n"Not p.t.. $225 per mo., first, DATSUN PICK-UP BODY THE' HANGMAN It coming Watch to Cherokee Land Company ....7. Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.

,961.8741.1/8 tfn. Always Necessary last and security deposit. (frame). 9647184. Under for Terwlllegar date., Motors.. Murphy North Carolina 28906 .40 Aero Now RI..,. High and rolling.
4681509. 4/22 ,
1/7 tfnADD Itchg wood Motel '

your home $5.50 per tq. chain linked fenced yard. tag with nice fireplace. In .. .. ,
ft. Include treated lumber Half of first month rent park tatting, fringed with Classified Ads Call Sylvia
i and killed labor. Call for: plus depoiit. 9646667. giant pine, alto II . .. : Jt. .9 GGK ri4yRealtor Get Results 964-6305
970 VW BEETLES Run good estimate tchg 4/22 bedroom cottage with j
I look good. great gas 182.3330.8 tfn MOBILE, HOMES 2 and 3 work shop on one acre ol FOR G *
mileage. :Air conditioner bedroom. First lo.td.po.lt. land. 964.7195. 4/22 2tpo
needs repair. Must see to No pets. 9648816.1 4 RENT
appreciate this little gem, Mobil. Home towing Itpd 422LAKEFRONTs 429APARTMENTS 04-7B2-3931 Register Oil & Gas
$1000. Call 431-1114, after blacking and anchoring. Near Keystone' 13 shop spaces, 1200
'5j), \Pf/8: IHn' Call 1-398-6679 or 964-5889 Heights. Boating swimming | sq.. ft. ea. Ideal forcontractorlight 3 Bit 2 BA MOBILE HOME on 5 at. Screened porch, utility 308 S. Thompson Street '
[1975' FORD-MAVERICKs 4 after 7 p.m. 4/1 Stpd 4/29 2 bedrooms 2 bath, FOR RENTFurn. shed and bora. $M.O"39 renni.. SU.JOO cash. 964.5888
door, 6 *yl,, ATAC.. PS. GREEN ,L THUMB SERVICE! potla. Call 4734186. Itchg A Unfum.. 16 2 BR. IN COUNTRY o Run gael l..tl 19-22 mpg., Albert Williams 7823248.. 4/22 from $129 $179. mfg., repair shop or $44.100.COMM. .
$T250; Phone 473.4508 4/15 3tpd 4/29. ,MOBILE, HOMEs Two HOUSEFOR I tOT end feu/fa w/2400 14 ft. 12000.
l"lifdTjr8:30 a rn. or altar 9 THE HANGMAN I I.coming to: bedroom 964-7619 or| storage.CALL SOMETHING DIFFERENT In a home In Strawberry Acres :
I p.m.cJipaWteaL'jPS.l Terwlllegar Motor. Watch j 96.4.8614.22 tfn RENT You ewe It fa yeurteff to toefc. Char-Broil : ASH

l ;Pfl4Tq 11'1 ,,42.000 for date. ,,2 BR HOME w/fireploc, Unfum., 4 BR. $300 mo. 1.904-772-7980 CLOSE TO HOSPITAL One acre hometHe, M.BBft 5000. Gas Grill COOKER
orlV'fnl,e.. $2.000. '59ChsarytplcIRebuilt' DAVID'S COMPLETE ROF- family room (or 3rd 944-7521 orM484B4 S U HOMf. 123.000.. $9.000 down. 12* fnf. 15 yn.IM Dtl ....,. Die. .INIUM. Mebf Rue
: | 6 FLER 1 Care.CuttPermtSettColor bedroom). Ig. .screened COUNTRY 8 Ac.- $10,50010 Ac.-$23,000; M AC 21000.
Family Hair
20 ... Want*
Task Back .
: Call .. SZ309NIC MastWs MNULr
1. engine- $330. 91! porch unfurnished, on ter. tawny or.
:: 98Y1"4/2: .2tch'a.29Ol SR-227. Call 964-5559. 3 Bit fieme on lovely rree-thodee lot. $21.500. Baffler Pit
9 PM
l AM daily except i
| Itchg 422UFURNISHED "Brael/ord mtflCt MOUll HOMt SI(3110 Ac., barn end mere. 81249.95
Wed. Sat.. 9 AM to 6 PM. 1 NKGSPARK
"HELP" 371 W.* Mocclenny Ave.,I. near prison. 2 Call BR after horn 3 : A.n 1914 PLUGS 1.77$33,000.ACMj WITH lovely IgOLD| *me*>fe homo CHJA only 69.95

h L WANTED Macclenny. 259.6271.8/ p.m.. 9647929. \ U.8. 301 Nwth For All Foreign Cars Free tank of gas w/purchase of any new gill
sue 5/27
8tpd ONE BEDROOM APART. P. O. DRAWER M Hwy. 301 S. lAMrTEV. Fl 32058
.JELP' WANTEDi Meadow MENT. Utllitle : 99 A Piece
""Fresh Distributor needed Classified Ads. Couple only." No .-914..IOr.. 24 Hour Service r Mary Kay -
hrtione 1-964 8291 after 9p"m. Tackle Includod.\\
quire at
Get Results ,,11Ier.' On All Parts
: .. Interview' bt Stark.Ilse Temple Ave. Itpd Laddwist I CosmeticsLouise OFFICES CHAPTERS
", ; Center'Friday'' ''7:30 ----- I.T.ISS 1 SIVY Muffler Shops KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 7. U and 13
-m. 4/8 3tchg 4/22 $ Cs* ..
WQRKING'MOTHERs' ntied "We Ptekita.. Butciw. Chi-Cut and Wrap"HARDEE'S -LewnMowec* I 473-3092 CITY
hMture person to care for S t, 4ifMllEKgInRe4rWfttt. 964-5677 JEves. &: Weekends. JACKSONVILLE CODE
If-e yr. olds during .v.. CUll saws .ifRFpIREReg / : .
Sags and weekend In my W I
:t om.. Call 964-5807.4/l3

DIESEL MECHANIC to help Excellent location, beautiful property,.Itt time on the
i maintain i small fleet of I market 43900.'
3r etor, trailer Mutt be'' From the Pan to tile Pan ar.q 11V4'% ASSUMABLE"MORTGAGE BANKRUPTCIES AND ':

:'experienced! and willing to I We make H Easier for Yu . Brick 3 bedroom 2 bath, central heat A air, fireplace I REORGANIZATIONSFARM

hork.422DRIVER Call ((904)96.4.6619.:1tth1l ) .I' I 2"tiiru6'Fast $36.000.HARDWOOD, FLOORS : I

.'* WANTED with Van 218 E. Washington 3t Open Monday Saturday .Rotary Compliment this 3 bedroom block ham*. nice corner I
: ltd hour night. 3 night Stirkt, Florida 32091 901.725 Drilling Equip. .
: weekly $130 week Call lot $32,500.WaT REORGANIZATIONS
: 364-5498. Itchg 4/22 State Unit** MADISON STREET
: RRLFOR: HOME CARD vl.II'1 . .. . .. Terrific older home, 3 hug bedroom 1'A both, living ,,

j In .Bradford 'and Union I fie DODGE MAGNUM XE-VB A/C Aut*. Tren. I : room A Dining room I5'x33. this U a new listing I

: counties. Upjohn S-CotImtIa, E-WbHtow*. eke. |ut $2.800. I $60.000. FINANCIAL COUNSELINGDEBT 1
; Healthcare service call;: BESSENT ROAD
: Marorle| 373-7333. Itch, Tree)977..PLY., R-Wtoews.. s.c-treIe.l like new |Wet $1..... New & Used Building lot from $4.500 com* with city water asewer.

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