Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 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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I. days with no rain predicted, if the weather cooperates with the pro- -
Two factions
gnosticators.A high front hoverfng over North Caroline is contolling the SiCTIONAi ,
'''f\ perfect pressure weather for north Florida. Wednesday In BradfordCounNow.... .... .. . ....... '.2-', gtrrap1'soya
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: The cool nights and warm days are perfect for growing strawberries, Society .. .. .. .... .Pog*. '.*J
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I I ,, Commission Sets Vote ''j-.;

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I > '. : :' Pt .r: Ic c r Volunteers Discouraged :

of the fire protection budget ::
t' A vascillating county commissionand properly equip their eight depart- could year come from the county's share of
of funding is causing ments. feel it has been a <
no certainty Many now the new 5th-cent sales tax, which :
A volunteer firemen to become very fruitless attempt. The firemen are becomes effective in October -:;
'discouraged, and some are turning in talking of meeting Monday night The commission also talked about --

their equipment, the Telegraph was May 10, to discuss the situation.In contracting with Brooker, Hamptonand
told Wednesday morning. Jan. this year the county com- Lawtey for fire protection inside -::
commissioners prefer a mission to fund the firemen
County now promised
if advalorem tax is
the towns an
ell I i Vtf-mill advalorem tax, subjected to a ''and talked about one mill in unincorporated for unincorporated areas.

binding vote during the first primary, areas, or some$120,000. Now Another point raised is that they -
; which is set Sept. 7, it appears after the estimate is $54,000, the amount would have trouble enforcing a
era. c'' s.yttte' Monday meeting of the board. Itill Vfc-mill would raise in unincorporatedareas. special assessment, a problem that ;

be a separate ballot. will not be encountered with a '
proper. -
half-mill tax is 50 cents on every Commissioner Lawrence Mosley,
i:1: of valuation. With the 'who of ty tax.
1 property has been a strong supporter a The county will be getting an
'' homestead in ef- volunteer fireman led
$25,000 exemption tax to support ,
estimated $348,901 from the 5th cent .::
homeowners won't ,the in the fora .
fect many pay way Monday killing plan of the state sales tax, Clerk Brown
taxes however. assessment. The assesss-
'said, but 40 percent, or some$140,000.
No'more straw ballots, Chairman ment plan, which Property Appraiser
xN is mandated for tax relief.
? property =-
Maxie Carter Monday. Alvarez has months
kept repeating Jimmy spent
Some $208,000 will be left for the
This ballot will be binding, Carter working up, would cost some farmers
general fund and can be used for .
'relteraton. 'Clerk Gib Brown said with many buildings too much, and it 'said any.
Wednesday;' he's heard!nothing but does not include the timber companies public purpose. county attorney
In to
answer question
Dudley Hardy a
b'' -F,. .A ;good comment about the decision for Mosley told the county com- from Commissioner Mosley ;::
t i binding ballot. *! mission Monday morning, May 3. After agreeing to use some of the ::
;4-"You know;we're right back;wherewe A property tax will even out the sales tax revenue to fund fire protec-
were two years ago," said George load and will include timber com-
tion some $54,000, the amount of
Pierce, a volunteer fireman from panies, said Mosley. That was a
-mill commissioners were told
Brooker told the board Monday. A method the county commission they
cannot take official action untilthe
previous county commission put the adamantly rejected last October any
new budget for 1982-83 is adopted.
j fire tax straw ballot in Oct. 1980, because 40 cent of
11 : on a only per: property "We've got to do something. It's
it would fall but the taxes.
thinking measure owners pay "
been two said Mosley, referring
2.1.Volunteer. But that is the concensus th'e years
passed county
to the time he has served on the
firemen have,spent four commission reached Monday.
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r b years! trying to get enough loading\ to Another concensus is that the first county the new budget and carryover'

figures are known,.the commission
cannot make any hard and fast deci-
i sions on the 82-83 spending, pointedout
in Hot Water
4 t'w Fire Chief attorney Hardy Clerk Brown said .

.. -Tt' -I iiM.W1tHmavny he has not gotten.she.aew.figures, .j
.l." tf Lawtey va1 n-re: firemen' r quitting; lire Chief\ail fl Crouse toldlMdyvPMarvn "'worked"" up yet. t' 'jtei .'
Rosier JIe'J1 re814 tf1nJie firemen want him toarid asked the 'Irtotherwords1'whatyud"retelling j.
mayor to contact some members to determine the situation. us today is that we can do nothing officially

Crouse found himself on tender ground when he said, in his opinion,the CI- ," said Chairman Carter.That's .
.. ty of Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department owns itself. County commissioners right Brown said.
0 A ;:IS"I' wondered Monday morning who owns the Lawtey Volunteer Fire Do nothing today (Monday), said
,, Commissioner Homer Hart, which
flit I1 Department-City of Lawtey or the Fire Department. The question came
+ } up Monday at the county commission meeting in connection with contracting asked his preference. The firemen
xt with the city for fire protection if a tax levy is passed in unincorporatedareas. need a definite answer, and one can-
not be given until budget figures are

That Isn't possible Crouse told commissioners, because the City of Lawtey known. Hart said.Commissioner .
doesn't own the Lawtey VFD. E.L. (Nook) Norman

-i i Originally it (the city) did, said Mayor Rosier when Crouse gave the and E.W. Hodges agreed withMosley's

V r + Lawtey council his opinion Monday night,and backed it up with a copy of the stand.
9 fire department charter adopted in 1977. Rosier pointed out the city put the The straw ballot passed. The com
,, Fridays Are Special... first $700 up for the fire department and Police Chief M.M. Jordan ran the mission is not voting according to the

...At the Starke Nursing Home. F ; fire department for years. straw ballot, said fireman Pierce.
That's the day that more than 40 t Then said he has been getting flack that most of the Lawtey The commission "is throwing figuresout
students from Southiide Elementary volunteer firemen have quit. How many members does the departmenthave and we're going to have to live
School visit the home as part of the Rosier asked Crouse? with them, Pierce said adding the
:Adopt-a-Grandparent program. e tV Very few active members, said Chief Crouse. county doesn't operate that way.
____ Reason, said Rosier, is that the firemen can't get along with the chief. "We've been through that one time.
Above Beanie Lee Holloway plays Rosier said he wanted to be honest with Crouse. You (the firemen) submitted a budgetof

[piano for assembled students He's told the firemen to say so if they're dissatisfied, Crouse said, adding $500,000," said Commissioner
r (clockwise from bottom left) Brandy he can stay home, just as easily. Mosley.
'!Moody Christ Carmen. Craig VIf it (the fire department) can't function because of me, I'll quit. ....Andno Can the commission say definitely
j.r Slocum teacher Terri Pre att. Kevin hard feelings toward anybody," said Chief Crouse. it will have a binding referendum,
Jordan and SCott Moiley. Rosier asked the other two council members present Robert Scott and asked Bill Crouse, the fire council

At Right Southaide's Steve Buster Bennett, if they'd had any comment from firemen? spokesman.
Bradley discusses coloring book Biggest complaint is there is no one at the Fire Department to answer a Mosley then moved to place proposal
strategy with Mr. Archie Jackson. call during the daytime, said Bennett. That problem has been discussed at on the advalorem tax for fire
Jackson Is one of the student's previous Lawtey council meetings and Crouse has said that his goal is to protection for a binding vote in Sept. 7
favorites( In the Adopt-a-drandparent have an inmate from Lawtey Correctional Institution man the station during election. Commission Norman
,program.For the day but first a place for person to stay has to be made. seconded, and the motion passed
Crouse said there is nothing he can do About the daytime calls now, except unanimously.
more on the Program lee the resign. -y "That's the most positive thing"the

story and photo by Tony Burke. on Crouse said he doesn't mind stepping down that the main thing is for commission has done on the fire protection
pages IB and lB.t Lawtey to have fire protection. funding, said Crouse.

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.I ll 1 ,: City May Be Off Hook on Stokes & Co. Apartment Issue I

r .i Overriding its zoning board, Starke .the north side of Brownlee Streets in and did not qualify for the zoning ofPUD.. Crosby has been the negotiator for
city commissioners cleared the way Dalewood Subdivision .just north of flee to send them notice of the The map shows roads through the the city in finding a new site for the
for Stokes & Co. of Jacksonville to the vo-tech center. reclassification request, pointed out ,119-acre parcel but the plans are not apartment complex on which con-
build a 40-unit apartment complex in The zoning board, with good inten- Zoning Director L.M. Gaines. definite, Newman said. His property struction has been delayed over a
G west Starke on property owned by tion, went beyond its purvue for the Milner, who visited the site and is adjacent to Green Acres on the year. Crosby said he searched the
;;: Ronnie Newman and John Odom Jr, reclassification< and based its deer listened to the tape recording of the west. town for a site better than the Bessent
i.... sion on things which should come up zoning board meeting, said his own Newman plans to sell Stokes & Co. 6 Nothing underhanded was involved, ;
The approval will allow Stokes & in the site plan such as drainage, feeling is that "its a good use of the of the 13.5 acres. His plans now are to Crosby said Tuesday night.It .
Co. to move its proposed $1 million traffic,and nearby schools,according land.' build apartments on the remaining 7.5 was obvious a lot of people on
apartment complex from its first to Zoning Director L.M..Gaines."I Gaines said Newman's map, which acres in the next few years. Bessent Road didn't want the apart- -'
chosen site (Bessent Rd., where land elevations of the There objection from the
gives property, was no audience ments. Crosby said he told the Bes
think its .Newman
Et residents opposed it, to the new site good zoning.
qualifies as a Planned Unit Development Tuesday night. sent residents if there was a he'dtry
across town. The new site can bringan told the city commission Tuesday Road which has raised such way
(PUD) which of the property
are a part to the moved to an
get apartments
t end to Stokes & Co.'s suit askingthe just as he'd told the, zoning
zoning ordinance. Had he Men the ,a controversy.map
city to reclassify the Boniest board the previous Thursday.The alternate site and keep the developers
before the zoning Meting, Finding the Dalewood Site Crosby
Road site for multi-family and to zoning I board made a mistake, happy.f '
approve -
a .site plan. There has been and it was partly! his fault in not ,Gaines said he probably wwjjd have 'put Newman in touch with Stokes just have to feel there is public
TUESDAY.May II relatively little opposition to the knowing where the low and high partsof recommended Newman *4fc, a .Co.:>> and a deal was worked out.Land support" for the Newman-Odom property "

'f M.OOOMOBIUChamber apartments being located on the his densely wooded property is o .. .. :".. Crosby said.
"It it has worked out well,"
;: .f Cannmrc Newman property. located. Newman said. appears
:-e 9.1 TIM aloodmobll" I* Newman says he has an agreementfor Newman told the council he Crosby said. It may save the city..
from Ih* ClvHn Rgl..fial.1i Stokes &: to buy 6 of the 13 acres of wouldn't ask for the rezoning if he At some money and, at the same time,
Blood C* ir In 0.1,11I0. land reclassified multi-family, from thought it would devalue the property get some needed apartments out
t Tho O.mbr iponxtn th* R-1A to R-2A, contingent upon the around it. And since a large ditch has there, he added.
... Blood Drlv locally.MOOKM zoning, and his building a road into been dug the property is "as dry as Mayor-Commissioner Vernon
the site from SR-16, and a sewerage you can oe in Bradford County." Silcox and Commissioners Robert W.
I COUNCIL lift station. The zoning hurdle was the In bringing up the zoning board's Milner Jr., Jimmy Crosby Jr., and
: MIET1NO 7:30 PM biggest for Newman, the only thing hedidn't 4.2 refusal to recommend' Travis Woods approved the zoning
} ." have control over.It reclassification of the Newman site; change. R-1A to R-2A, saying the properly
HAMPTON COUNCIL was obvious from the beginning Commissioner Bob Milner, zoning is well suited to apartments.
t: MIIT1NO PM when the issue to switch sites came up committee chairman, said only two Commissioner Charles Schaefer la on
i Tuesday night that the city commissioners -' persons objected to the apartments at active duty training with the National
MADFOtD ASSOCIATION POI wanted to approve the the zoning board meeting. Garland Guard is was not present.
,.i MTAROCD CmziNS: MtlTINO Newman site, though they discussedit Mallory and Richard Coos, who live After the vote, Crosby the lone
.. 710iM. SwmiltliM ACNe at length before voting unanimouslyto across SR-1S from the 119-acrea own- _. commissioner to the Bessent :
S override the zoning board. Most ed by Newman and Odom,'said lights -- Road site, said he approve would not normally
observers said it was not a good decision from the new road to the apartments Plan... I
vote to override a zoning board
t'D IISOAY. Mow 4SPCC by the zoning board to oppose would shine onto their houses'when Route Newman was lined down by the Starke Zoning Board last Thursday recommendation, but he felt there Is ,
ivtNtMO RIOUTRATIOMK7 : recommending the Newman property 1 cars entered SR-16. tat his request for zoning for aa apartment complex was approved T es2y sufficient support within the com-
*. PM. ClASSIS. HOIN TONIGHT located In the apex of a triangle The two who objected were not > 'nt"** a. *'*' commlssloaen. overruled their zoning board e. the west munity for building the apartmentson
formed by the south side of SR-16 and within 400 feet of the apartment BIte. ..Sark parcel. the Newman-Odoro property. '

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! t I Mayor Vernon Silcox and City Clerk affair agree with you, the. FPL, said Jablon.
Neil Tucker are at odds over how to, The Milner. ex-
proceed with a proposed contract fdr I do, too," Cities involved In the six-year legal
the proposed parallel Interconnection cil, Schaefer. battle had to sign the agreement by
tie with Florida Power& Light which () Silcox said he March 2 for it to become effective.
was submitted by the company. before someone to make Next step Is for city officials and
gested Clerk Tucker kept FPL officials) to negotiate a contracton
pairagreednover coffeemTuesdaY Are how to the
side. Implement legal agreement
1 April 20. Attorney Robert A.Jablon 01 needs tie including the parallel tie. Thatis
Washington, D.C. is working on the Utility Committee, the contract now before the city.
Y contract now. the given copies of the Cities named in the legal action are
I Both agree they have the interest of "I ) to city bond : Alachua, Bartow, Fort Meade,
Starke at heart. But Mayor Silcox persisted."I Francis, and a Homestead Key West Kissimmee,
wants Washington, D.C. attorney S'I bond trustee were its Lake Worth Leesburg Mount Dora,
Jablon to explain the contract to the there ( ) : opinion of the Newberry, New Smyrna Beach, Sebr-
council before anything else is done. Mr. 20 meeting, but ing, Starke, St.Cloud, Tallahassee,
Tucker opened the subject at the day. Vero Beach, plus the Florida.
April 6 city commission meeting by fense the matter still Municipal Power Association.
recommending that a city group composed wants told the Eventual plans now call for FMPA,
of city councilman Jimmy Silcox. April 21. No city backed by all the cities, to constructits
Crosby, attorney Jablon, plus one ( is scheduled own large electrical generating
1 other city official travel to Miami to meeting May 4. supply power on a more equal
I discuss the proposed contract with don't attorney footing with FPL and other large pro-
J.K. Daniel, manager of inter-utility Silcox the contract ducers. .:

I Builder Jerry Ely Gets Go-Ahead from City St Street M I

Builder Jerry Ely has the goaheadto Property on which Ely proposes to council sent the request a recommendation. ::: I
build a duplex apartment complexon build the duplex is located at the the zoning board,
the east side of Orange Street in southeast corner of Orange and April 6 meeting .. .. .. . .t..tl..i I
Starke, directly across the road from Frances Streets, directly across from The city zoning Inc.
the residence of Al Kay Carlisle. the residence of AI Kay Carlisle. The Ely's request to Insurance,
The four city commissioners pre- portion of Frances Street, borderingthe 4-2. with board I : States, Commercial Union, Aetna In--r,
sent voted unanimously to grant Ely's Ely property on north side is platted Drivas and Aetna Casualty and Surety ';
request, which the builder has soughtfor but has never been open for use Westcott dissenting. :
months. Commissioner Charles as a street. the duplex were All Lines of Insurance
Schaefer, on active duty training with Ely's request was to reclassify Lots members Mrs. Claire quote on your insurance needs. ::;
the National Guard, was absent Tues- 5 and 6 of Block 2, DowJing's Subdivision Mary Peterson, Julius .
day night, May 4. from R-1C (single family Williams. Board ; ; Elaine Smith or Dot Simmons at ,.
Carlisle was present to oppose the residential) to R-2A (multi-family Cecelia Terwillegar was :
duplex at the April 29 zoning meeting, residential). Mr and Mrs. Al Kay ; Insurance Inc.
but did not appear Tuesday night The Starke zoning board first split present at the zoning .
May 5, to oppose it at the city council 3-3 March 25 on Ely's request for the to oppose the duplex. ., Starke 964-7826
meeting. duplex in northwest Starke. The city reiterating his stand,
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Hospital Week is May 9-15... SHORTS "

Starke Mayor Vernon Silcox, left and Bradford County Commission Chair- '
man Made Carter, Jr., center sign a proclamation declaring May &-15 \
Hospital Week. '"
"You've Got a Friend In the Hospital" Is the theme of the 1982 National qu&nf"J
Hospital Week reflecting the role of the Bradford County Hospital and its
staff as friends In helping community resident stay healthy BCII Adi -- 't
mlnlstrator.Rip O'Steen' '' ,right .explained, to the"county" $commission Monday 'Y "fi,,
morning. / / '
i'1. The hospital Isptanningi"preventi'onConvention"towhich: the public la Invited .J :. P 1 .I a'
to take part In the following activities at the hospital free of charge:
Monday May 19: 9 a.m.4 p.m. Hearing Tests. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. Blood
pressure screening reflex co-ordination balance tests, nutrition and health.
Tuesday, May II: 9 a.m. 4 p.m Hearing test*. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. Blood
pressure screening preventive care of your back, breathing tests, sugar
tests, nutrition and health.
Wednesday May 12: 1 p.m. 4 p.m. Blood pressure screening, reflex ('n-
ordination balance tests glaucoma screening, nutrition and health.
Thursday May 13: 1 p.m. 4 p.m. Blood pressure screening breathing
tests, sugar tests, nutrition and health.
Friday May 14: 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Blood pressure screening, reflex. coordination
balance tests, nutrition and health. .

School Immunizations $1,300 Raised '

Offered During May For BUS Piano ;.

By Health DepartmentThe By Broadway ReviewOver ," ",'

Bradford County Health $1,300 was raised for a new ,,
Department is offering to immunizeall piano for the Bradford High 6' 6 C'
students, in grades K-12 entering auditorium by'the Broadway Review .3. 3', ,
school this fall of 1982, as required bya which was staged Friday and Saturday I
new Florida law, or they will not be, nights,April 29 and May 1, by the CHAISE . : '
allowed to enter school. Community Chorus to full capacity 3-SPE bfThiee
16.INCH :
Students must be immunized audiences in the Starke Woman's -
against rubella and rubeola measles Club. fcibllnfl! speeds: 'you grin"bp!?iftdl' ;
and mumps which is all given in one Director Bill McRae says one addi with, plano-key' easel -Whlsperpulel' ; ]
shot called MMR shot, and against tional performance is being considered Durable vinyl tubing In a : motor" propels tee.blue' \:
diphtheria and tetanus which is given in the near future. frames. They fold r tar \ "" u
in one shot, plus polio which Is given All time favorites Honey Bun extra comfort.
in drops taken orally. A new Florida Oklahoma and songs from Fiddle on : "T
law requires that K-12 immunizationsmust the Roof as well as standards like Old \
be up to date for them to start Man River and Summertime thrilled
school this fall. all who were fortunate enough to see
Bradford students can be Immuniz this exciting production. The songs .
ed free at the Bradford County Health were staged just like they appeared in : *
Department during the month of May former musical productions.THI .
at the following times:
From 2-5 p.m. Wednesday and Fri- Pglsnl
day, May 12 and 14, May 19 and 21, --- ..
and May 26 and 28. ,
Additional Immunization clinics MADFOUD table" (
for school age children will be held at COUNTY TELEGRAPH 3"IIZ _-::: .._ .'.
the county health department Thurs-, Published wry Thursday REBATE!
day, May 13, and Thursday, May 27, ..I>>W. Cell Street
from 1-5 p.m. St..... Florida 32091 Discount Eagle Sale Price.48.88 ,

Price .... 38.83
Second)Class postag paid ofSt wa'Peri ...aye
KLOPA DirectorsTo .rk..FloridaSubscription Mail-In+ Rebate 4.00 260/0

Meet May 8
Directors of the Kingsley Lake Property In Irada aria Sf.00 par yaar 34 83 : -
Owners Association will meet ".0.six months 96q
Saturday, may 8, at 10 a.m. in the WASA& WERE 29
Civic Center. A report of the Owtsldo trade area 10.00 par yaar 17'/2 S 4-ROLL
nominating committee will be received ".M six months TISSUE
at this time. Visitors are welcome. trated pool tablets, re Delicately scented, lOft
chlorinating )
texture. 350 two-ply sheet rolls.

HEALTH Extra Strength. 4 99

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    Adjustment Board to Consider LiH or StoreA ?" ,r f cm

    called meeting of the Starke Four of the five board members had the City Fish and Meat Market on Perry said there is not enough park-
    -,Board of Adjustment was set Wednesday promised to be present Wednesdaynight. Brownlee Street. ing space in front of the building for
    s ". night May 5,at 7 p.m. to consider i Only Rauhofer, who is an 75-80 cars that would probably be pre-
    a request for a special exception for airline pilot and was called to duty, Opposing the special exeception for sent at times. '
    a.iquor sales at a lounge and package could not be present. liquor sales was Ed Perry, owner of Dodd said there is space enough for
    ;:'-:tore on US-301 south. Plans are to convert the former dinIng the KOA Campground which is across parking in front of the store but add- -4r V. 4
    The meeting was delayed a week room which is adjacent 4-laned US-301 from the proposed .ed he owns five or six acres of property -
    'Because no quorum of the board of adJustment Deborah's Restaurant (formerly Little lounge building. Perry said he in back of the lounge that would be
    showed up last Thursday Italy), to a lounge and package operates a very clean family-type available for parking if necessary.
    April 29. Only chairman Wallace Wise store. The property is owned by W.O. campground, and highly objects to .Dodd asked for speedy action on the
    .'and board member Warren Rauhofer ,(Bill) Dodd. The lounge will be having a liquor lounge across the request, saying Allen has already'
    ;''\Showed up. operated by Ernest Allen, owner of road. been held up for a month. +

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    FFA Award WinnersAward

    winners! at the Slate FFA Horticulture Demonstration! Contest
    held Apr 30 at the University Florida are (Front row, L to IU) \itki\
    Thomas! Robbie ;May Chuck Goodown, Frank Sheffield and Hob Spit/o. I
    (Back. L to IU) Tommy ('rosb.\', \'anc1i11rr.. : Terras (iriffis mid Lori !

    Allen. i

    5 from BHS Win FFA Awards :

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    One senior and a pair of juniors "Uses of Strawberry'. \'anclIlI'r.: i
    r from Bradford County High School third place for "Plant Production by y I IHydroponic
    top first place awards in the State !;"; Tommy Crosby and
    Future Farmers of America (FFA) Randy Luke, fourth place for
    Horticulture Demonstration Contest "Landscape by Design"; and DeshiCrutchficld ,
    held April 30 at the University of and Teresa Griff, fourth '
    Florida. place for "Floral Designs Made
    Robbie May a BHS senior placed I
    first with his exhibit 'Marketing C n.talners who won awards are Frank :
    ." The team of Chuck Sheffield and Rob Spitze second '
    Goodowns and Raymond White placed place for "Soil Sampling. Vicki
    L first in the junior division "The Thomas second place for "Floral Arrangements ,
    1 Living Carpet." to Wear' and Lisa '
    Other BHS award winners were Spivey and Lynn Giddens. fifth plate
    'r (Seniors) Lori Allen, second place for for "The :MightyIrish! Potato

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    I u 11c h1tiAXi 2 RECEPTIONFor

    Commissioner of Agriculture


    f Southside Smarties... Given by Friends & Supporters

    These 31 students at Southside Elementary School earned stralght-A's for
    ::: the fourth six-weeks grading period when ended March 2. cher, Christ! Milton. Monday May 10, 1982
    5: They are (II-r): Third rowJane Stanwix-llay. Brian ('a no"a, Steve Bradle\.'. Brad
    :S: : Front row seatedMatthew Eunice, Jeremy Crawford, Michael ;McKinney :'Iit'ighors.mallda I.oper, Hanna Hodd..C'harnt'1ilcl'l1t'rsoli.: ( ; 5:30: 8:30: p.m.
    ? Ashley Alday, Brian Hall, Bryon Lee, Jamie Redding. Fourth row. Sara l.txmey. Beth ;McKinney, Alisha (iruen. Lena l.oone.>'',
    :._. Second row kneelingKelly Duncan Chris Rodrlquez, Jonathan ;Melanie Trimble, Yvonne lobo' >. -- '

    Si .Ferguson, Becky!Phillips,]ana Sarntlnprtanont'! lana Thornton.!.!. ,.. Holly'.,...HatBKft ffnv .Back row-, _,;Melinda_"Powell !Peggy Pett wavy Julie Kerguion.BINGO : ,',, ", Garden Club of Jacksonville .. ,

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    ..haraYa c.ti6 )!n Biverside Avenue ''
    j. bl .< t_ wsnrw;: ; i .t.s.t.E; wards.! .:-bi.;; i ._ 1005 *< *t"/ iMift<*vTI'

    M 7 .'oriiado Talk Tickets Available at Door $10.Paid .

    r By Vickie Carvers Bruce Rehberg ,Lori Allen, Tracy Political Advertisement Colin English,Sr,, Treasurer
    7:30 P.M.
    McRee, John Riggs, Yancy Miller, I Every Saturday :
    Thought for the week: Robert Carver Ben Harding, Ann 411 N. Temple Ave.. Starke. Fla.
    Baker, Charles Goodowns, Lynn Gid- ,
    2 Thank God for mothers!! -- "
    you Robb ,
    den Andy Norman, Spitze
    ',-, Frank Sheffield Lisa Spivey,,Gordon
    Caring,:'. Listening.,. Watching meSharing Smith Vicki Thomas Lee White, and
    /.row'll r 4"r' Raymond White.
    guiding.,;helping me so. ,
    Thursday.. ,April 29, eight jour t
    Lo\lng, joyous,'and always so kind nalism students departed BHS. Their
    Honestly perfect..this mother of destination was Orlando .the host fort ,.
    rnln ;t, ,- J, %, ,, l 1%&Florida"State Press? Asso;iaXfy -
    ,/ fjyebtiooJvvtndents; from all '
    : (
    Seniors.... .
    ,ovtfjliie t1!\gathered, inOrlando to
    Orders for Senior T-shirts will be rrtatcty.Umr JournaUsuc" .abilities with M !
    taken sAfliU.rfWatcttf;tor,)De/f/talls. fellow) joupnalisja; ;: ;;,'f\'
    (They r r Cpme with tail<( )> BWS $!adtfwo'teAmsa resenting
    WW a JAJ* Bradford'G.unlyjnUtis"Fompetition-:
    -c.h Advanced Aft Classed? and the!! The newspaper1'squad: Randy Starling '
    fMfn'Silrttks'class wilt( ,take a fuBWirfp.the Craig Smith, Emmitt Watkins, p 1 r ,
    t JacksonvilleCumberland and Vickie Carver (me), The yearbook BassettThe
    staff was:' Vernon Edwards
    r 'd tp r.P.i .sion.. ; l slips Q'lriap;!, "-b"rRJ Kelli Carver Allen McKinney (Better ,
    t'lr.J,. Bobbie \ kr\ownas "Freeze Frame") and Jim
    Mrs. ir'. YIiL\'gtht43eachgfplahatiwill : t Dicta In the ".on-the..pot",competition rest Is In the mattress.
    accompany the group. the yearbook staff had a total of
    55 points, and the newspaper staff hada ;
    The Prom is here!! The prominentipwrsTWflm total of 79 points out of 100. Our ATTRESSSpecial DAYS
    ( "to' be,red and black this. journalists did us proud! .
    WM,for coupIesr.Guyfc; don' forget to t
    reservations; for dinner.-or you The BHS Spanish Club received Purchase on Mattresses and Box Springs \I
    nSght>end I the golden arches! four top awards 3 superior and 2 excellent -
    Our Juniors have worked hard'to pull at State competition in Orlando .,.Cflktn in "Comforts" 9i
    of f'the- miracle1 of the! 1982 prom, on Thurs.-Sat., April 29-May 1. --
    whose theme will he 'Tropical The play "The Impostor" won a
    :x Paradise.," The,band that is going to Sobre Saliente, the top award. Cheryl i FIRM :
    'I perform',is ""Rare Images." Thanks Furrow and Martin Hunter received a .k ::3
    juniors; we are all so excited! Sobre Saliente on their Declamation
    I Kingsley Beach will be alive Saturday (which was a memorized piece of )
    night with all BHS prom'ers. literature spoken in Spanish). Cheryl $ 9 5/TWIN/
    Party Furrow also received a Sobre Saliente 7 9 EACH; -
    f '
    _RightOn on her Impromptu (which was a t
    speech about a selected topic for PIECE '
    Man about 2 minutes Cathy Martin ',, '
    and Jane Chastain received a Reg. $99.95 :
    : Elections will be held May 11 for the Superior, second place on each of L -- t I
    Student Council, and class officers. their declamations. Suzanne Ball PULL '109.95 ..Reg. S IJ9.9 ea. pc p
    Who will be the lucky candidates?? received and Excellente third place QUEEN ;!319.95 ..Re9 J79.9 set 21" n .
    Good luck Edward Crews and Mary on her Impromptu. Henry Browder KING' '419.95..Reg. $$469.9 set s." ( / f" .
    Waterson!I 1a received 'an Excellente on his FIRM r rri
    Declamation. The rest of the Spanish
    The following students represented students that attended and also actedin ;
    :5 BHS at the U of F on Friday April 30, the Play,."The Impostor;' were: '
    3 and competed in the State finals for Gina Lane -Tina Best Lynn Loper ol,?A. $1 0995 L_' i
    S vegetable farming. Farm Manage- .Jody Griffis and Renee Shipman. ,. L. 'r.. "I' r
    y ment and Horticulture Demonstrations Mrs Hallman chaperoned the group. ) i

    : : Way.to.goSeniors'.and Seniorita's. !!I! '
    Debbie Crutchfield Tommy PIECE
    3.Crosby, Teresa Griffis, Kenny Campus Capers K "

    | Leneave Robbie May- Randy Luke, Happy Birthday Rhon-' ,';. Reg. $139:95 f

    3X da.Love Billy (and melt) $179.95e.. pc.QUEI .

    Vole of Faith M.mb.r. !" '399.95 ,.Reg. '479.9 set.2pc ':.. '
    Ghost March KING '529.95 ..Reg. $599.95 set 7pc ;
    :: Set Holy .. ., "
    3 Voice of Faith Deliverance Temple, Morgan'sBarber : ? .. : j : = H
    3 Inc.,of Starke will host its annual Ho-( '.. ,
    :3:: ly Ghost March. May 14-16 Shop
    3 The church members will march ,
    1 through the city on May 15,beginning will ,be opened e' 1 1q
    a at 11 a.m. The public is invited to at- :
    3 tend. Tuesday through f
    : services for Voice of Faith "'
    Church : '
    5 Deliverance are as follows: Sunday' Saturday'.beginning : DENMARK FURNITURE 1 1
    School at 10 a.m., Morning Services :

    immediately following Sunday night Tuesday 434 >W t... 5: :dsa Fla w ;
    service at 7 p.m.,Tuesday night Bible May 4th.
    I study at 7:30: p.m.and Thursday night "
    evangelistic service beginning at 7:30 12O9 N, Temple per ,. w 964.5826 964-5827"' ,
    p.m. Elder.James A. Mitchell Jr. Phon : 964-713Q Y- Esr.,blsried m 1923 a.r
    Pastor '


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    LakeButler Named for Indian FighterThe '.. .':>Y',r:: ";''.j'Jil f"


    j area now known as Union County 1821. All territory west of the When Florida was purchased by the
    was a part of Bradford County until Suwanne River was Escambia Coun- Federal government in 1819, wandering -
    1921 when the latter was divided by ty at that time, and all east of the tribes of Indians lived and roamed
    legislative act to settle a long river was St Johns. in this area, following trails that _
    standing dispute over which town sometimes coincide with today's well-
    due to the rapid growthof
    Starke or Lake Butler, should be the Since then, travelled highways. .
    I seat Florida and the larger counties being Mh
    divided Into smaller and smaller Nomadic tribes made raids into i
    I Union, as well as Bradford, have units, the area that is now Union has Georgia, returning by these trail to,
    been party of many different counties been, at various times, a part of lose themselves in the Florida
    since Andrew Jackson first divided Alachua, Columbia, New River, and swamps.
    territorial Florida into two parts in Bradford before becoming a county.
    ....w.:"..mwwt.arl____-- -.., .--- --
    :, Providence Baptist ChurchFarmer I

    ': ,EIJl.J"tJtlBfi\.IL:( : ;S; :,.' ,,," .. ... ) C Dealers. ., Bank about rr 1924 l1.-_ ;. :...u.C-: '''

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    Income Tax Abuses I

    The ..
    Undermining System :'f; .

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    If has been out that other nations .. + ,
    pointed -
    In his fourth weekly radio address to the nation aA
    President Reagan said it is estimated that collect just as much, or more taxes from their II'1
    citizens as the U.S. but few put such complete .M
    billion in taxes that rightfully ,
    about $95 income .....
    belongs to the U.S. Treasury is not being reliance on the honesty of the taxpayer, large u. ,: r-: .; t -
    paid. or small. It has been forecast that the systemwill Townsend Bullding!-1914 Old Bridge over Santa Fe I

    collapse if honest taxpayers who are

    That's a lot of money almost enough to scrupulously paying what they actually owe, During the first Seminole Indian The village grew up around an'inn 253,000 pounds of lint at $1 per pound.
    make up next year's expected budget deficit. finally realize that they.are being treated un War, in the years following the War of that stood on the east-west trail that But the deadly boll weevil ended the
    And since it's not being paid by those who owe fairly. 1812, General Andrew Jackson received also ran through Providence, an older prosperous cotton industry in the

    it, it has to be made up by the honest taxpayers Veteran Washington,columnist Richard word of a troublesome chieftain settlement in the western part of the 1916-18 years.
    named Bendoris leader the
    on horn the burden falls Strout thinks "The feeling of dissatisfactionhas early Seminoles a who populated among the county,believed. to be almost as old as After the division of Bradford in

    in the few Taxes are area around the Okefenokee SwampIn SI Augustine.New 1921, the name "Union" was given to
    billion is tax owed estimated grown past years.
    $95 on an of New
    of the west
    createdin that portion county
    obvious. the latter half of the 18th Century. River County had been
    $450 billion income received by what Mr. more complicated; disparities more River with the following explanation:
    modern Encouraged by the Spaniards, Ben- 1858 by a division of Columbia, and
    feels that the
    termed "the underground Nearly every society "The name Union is derived from the
    Reagan economy" doris made repeated raids on the Lake Butler was surveyed and:
    money that is paid to the business or individual rich should pay more than the poor, and the south Georgia population, each time designated as the county seat The common term expressing unity In
    in cash with no checks, no records U.S. income tax has of course been calibratedto retreating into the swamps of North wood frame courthouse was locatedon past years there had been so much

    and no bookkeeping involved in the transac- that end.." But the flaw in the system is that Florida. the "town square" where the pre- division sections of and Bradford strife between County over the two the {

    tion. due to their ability to hire smart tax lawyers But fiery Andy Jackson had had sent courthouse stands today. location of the county seat, that the

    take advantage of loopholes and use such eva- enough of such raids and sent out a Soon after the outbreak of the Civil name Union seemed a fitting and
    "The people engaged in this business are, sions as the purchase of tax credits; many of detachment of men under Captain War, New River County was dividedin healing title for the new county.".

    I'm sure honest people in most of their ac the rich now pay less and less of their fair Butler to punish the Seminole 18ft to form Bradford and Baker The first county officials appointed
    the President said. They just have a marauders. The two parties met on Counties, with the present Union .
    : tivities share and the shortfall must be made up by by the Governor were.S.T: Dowlmg
    the north side of the lake, now knownas County area included in Bradford..
    : double standard where taxes are concerned. clerk of the circuit court; A.C,
    the middle and lower income taxpayers. Lake Butler. Lake Butler remained the county
    Strickland, county judge; W.S, Bran.'
    They can be the friendly neighborhood fix-it
    seat, starting in 1875 a series of
    tax loopholes Butler and his had the nen, Jr., sheriff; O.L. Mizelle,
    man a mechanic, craftsman or a member of Mr. Strout writes "Many men gone to county site elections were held and of schools P.M.
    the professions. They have one thing in com- began as worthy cause generally as a tax In- battleground by way of Alligatornow the courthouse shifted several times superintendent Padgett tax assessor G.C.Dnggers; ,
    ( Know as Lake City) and ;
    centive to issue tax-free bonds to replenish'their apparently before the final election in 1898,whichwas
    to be in cash. G.A.
    mon they prefer paid surprised the Indians at tax collector; and Epperson,
    treasuries though direct federal cash won by Starke. .
    their camp. Both Bendoris and Capt. supervisor of registration.The
    If the present income tax system is being so assistance to the localities might be cheaper.The Butler were killed in the fierce skir- In 1889 the Georgia Southern
    first courthouse set in
    flagrantly violated and is so vulnerable to wealthier you are the bigger the exemp- mishing that took place there. Butler Florida Railroad was built through of rented offices, but in was 1922 a up corrugated -

    loopholes and other evasions that it is costingthe tion. Each tax subsidy means charting a new and the his north other bank fallen of men the were lake. buriedon Large the Lake town.Butler In 1900-01, stimulating the Atlantic growth Coast iron and wooden two-story

    nation $95 billion annually then we need to escape path. mounds marked the burial sites for Line railroad was built through the building was erected for this purpose.

    tighten up the system or adopt a more efficientone. "What seems to be a fact. ,. is that tax, almost a century until they were worn area, intersecting adding another the GS&F in Lake The courthouse original was part built of the in 1936 present as a brick WPA
    by time. .Butle..:,
    cheating through the 'underground economy' away : project at a cost of $38,000 It has

    Mr. Reagan admitted that some of the $95 is growing. How far can we let it go? Most At one time Lake Butler was the since been enlarged by the addition of
    Several later settlement site of of the area's
    'years a one largest cotton I on either side
    billion loss ,to the government is..due to "big European exchequers' have fallen back on was started on the south'shore of the gins; which- did "--tremendous ,wings, '. ,
    money operators using tax shelters," but add- other forms of personal; taxatioi, 1) including the lake and,"during the.Indian 'wars,, a business.One sale'of Sea Island cot- Union County! celebrated ,its '50th
    Value Added, ) t, 01 fpriP as''M tf3b7ish | 'I rtor/broufth la f'alqu&rter'Of' '..Anniversary in Octo rofJnland.is: !
    con- thttn rthshbhritac'1l&bbtt1bbite.
    ed "I'm not talking aoout. them. Well, he Tax/'fVAT : > < on ; ti"YnllliOnrtnllarvto '
    '' TMAliirtdl ( .,n /. farmers'of now, ,ui ts.6lst years.. '..'" ,.* .,..
    cealed sales'ta1 'and socfal don'tlike the"area''someRed
    needs to talk) about them' as well! as the big ,
    corporations who are allowed to buy tax it." .; 1

    credits from other businesses who don't need Mr. Reagan deplores the "undergi'dndeconomy

    them and thus escape paying their fair shareof ," but offers no leadership' in ;doing Letters Odom Defends His 'No Parking'PolicyStarke. j

    income tax. Some even buy so many tax something about it. Neither does he seem too

    credits that the IRS actually owes them upset over the loophole evasions although signals for for ;
    A Letter AddressedTo stop danger.
    money at the end of the year, rather than the acknowledging their existence. It will take There is also a color that representsa Many of the bikers told me
    reverse. Mr.. Reagan should make another more than mild radio chats to accomplish Mr. J.D, OdomAs person who mails a document and 'how impressed they were with ,thestop
    radio talk about this problem. anything in this area. a concerned parent, I wish I does not sign their name-.Yellow.I always in good:starke news, and to I a Know chamber.of that's
    I hope the zoning and other boards
    could think of one logical reason for

    you fencing off the parking area at will continue. I hope to also function that in our community ,who-, commerce Thanks for manager.everything\ ,: it, "was a
    Pratt Street Park, other than spite.
    I Auctioning Public OfficeIt You are upset with the zoning board feels he or she has been mistreatedwill great job by-ever'one.. .
    and are using that area as a mode of stand up and fight back for u-ir
    lashing back. The very sad part is rights with whatever' toafs". > are Snol taw f ".Information. (JBob J ? Manager Howard

    is a sad state of affairs that elected officesin small groups of Floridians who can afford to that Many children will in be Bradford made to suffer. available. ,..'JD.Q fpryarke rfyo rtg: :' .rtJ. n.f>y.I If "
    our state and national governments are be- pay $2,000 a couple toward his campaign have known County, : Lakeland Reader' .. :>
    your true colors, but now, P.S. My real ffOIVddxea r..8iad- .
    ing auctioned off to the highest bidders the fund?" Mr. Odom, you are showing any who ford County, 101',19A.\V.er e $ r; 'U pif!, by,}Article ':,

    candidates who can afford to spend the multimillion And speaking of campaign contributions. did not knpw just what you are really would also l.k?tol'you t o lblt ekt about 1 dnirning! : Hampton .;,1'Jlnl'p'e ,'
    dollars now necessary to obtain officein .like. what you havedonft fdR< ,
    >youri com- ,
    this souped-up, electronic computerizedage The Times points out that the U.S. Chamber of I hope that fence will bring you as munity lately As>of this)IwriUng the .. o,','E.aiTor., ;:
    of imagemaking.In Commerce "isn't playing it coy at all. The cur- much satisfaction as it will inconve parking.lot.is qpent' nd'free parking ,C..J "
    am enclosing I a copyofu r an
    rent edition of its ,weekly newspaper, nience for the kids. is sponsored Nettie'siiBig; Brain Associated/ Press article published on

    an editorial headed "The National Auction Washington Report runs down the list of pro- Concerned Parent Restaurant. e*" limy >f tin' Appl'20''in our local newspaper>the

    ," the St. Petersburg Times reports that spective congressional races to say which can- An Open Letter ''' H iw bin Lakeland Ledger, concerning the far-

    L.A. (Skip) Befalis, Republican congressmannow didates should or should not have the supportof Lack of Community'' ..' ,' > To Concerned ParentI "
    running for Governor of Florida held a business and, in some cases names how News Criticized i Hampton, my home town. '

    fund-raising reception in Washington some much $$$ support they should have., appreciate you concern for having Reading the Bradford :County, ,Our:Polk County readers wercaiso;

    time ago. The guests at $250 a plate "were Among those for a place for yours and other children to Telegraph isn't the same anymore asked the'question on Polk' Pulse, a
    mostly lobbyists for business groups and targeted defeat by the U.S. play. I'm concerned, too.I since the community news is no ,column ,of, public opinion: "Should;
    action Chamber which has supported every am also concerned for these longer being printed.' I have been a Hampton hire a woman as lown/nar-
    political committees based in Republican candidate for President back to childen when they get older and haveto faithful reader of The Telegraph for :. ,, majority of !66 percent said

    Washington. and including Herbert Hoover, is Democrat face the reality of making a living about ten years now,and the one news yes nt 3/4 percent said no.
    Wayne Dowdy of and respecting the rights of others., column that informs me of community -
    Comments the "Politicians who
    Times I
    indeedare Mississippi,
    : narrowly lifetime am especially concerned about
    In I have
    my seen lots of and church activities in the countyof
    taking campaign contributions wherever' defeated Republican Liles Williams in a 1981 the rights our forefathers,who moved interest to me and others has been this situation because my 92-year-old
    they can get them these days. More and more special election. The U.S. Chamber says that here and fought and died for,gradually omitted. in mother Mrs. Belle Brown, still lives

    of the money is coming from special interests Dowdy's pre-election statement, "I'm running taken away. Sure, we need laws, I have called The Telegraph on Hampton.and The lack of law enforcement -

    outside their own states. The premise that against the White House the U.S. Chamber of rules, and regulations, but we also several occasions' to Inquire about abuse there has pervasiveness been evident of for some drug
    need ,
    seats in Congress and state houses belong only Commerce" and every big oil company in the I feel common we need sense.zoning as an orderly community time it would news.appear I was in told the each next time.

    to the voters back home is about to become an country, should provide big business with ;way of protecting the future growth of week's edition. I have been watching The Bradford County Sheriff's

    anachronism. Political Action Committees enough incentive to finance his defeat. our community. I also feel that the the paper since each week, and have department should: assume some

    (PACS), the slush funds representing big zoning board should consider the been submitting church news for my responsibility for this obvious
    endorses its
    business The U.S. Chamber Republican common cause of and for the com- church,and have yet to see it Includedin breakdown in law enforcement.
    big labor and other
    self-centered interests friend Sen. David Durenberger of Wisconsin 'munity, along with the Infringement'or the paper. .
    spent more than $140 million on the noting, "Significant business PAC support is damages to their neighbors,. and I understand that sometimes thereis T. Franklin Brown
    1980 elections. This year, all signs indicate, needed for Durenberger victory may have to common sense should prevail. a shortage of space and this is omit. 313 Firambia Drive
    they'll spend much more." raise as much as $2.5 million." In Ohio the ? Now for one logical reason for my ted, but I feel community news is as Winter llaxen. Kla.
    action: When I purchased this property valuable to me as a reader,as Lawtey,
    "Why should those Washington lobbyistscare U.S. Chamber thinks .that Republican Ed in the mid-60's the building I News, or Hampton Hilites I is to the' Starke Jr. Softball

    who becomes Governor of Florida? Weber needs twice the $91,000 that PACS gave renovated for my office was a garage people of that community., Thanks
    Perhaps it's only because they owe Bafalis a' him in 1980." And so on down the list of 40 In- ;:where autos were repaired.'The lot Linda Hampton Stark*, Local SupportersThe

    favor; he's done his share for them. Then cumbents for whom the Chamber; is rallying )next to the ball park had not been Starke Jr. Star Softball Team
    \ mowed or trash removed for
    again Florida's financial support. Only one lone Democrat, years Thank You Starke would like to thank the Starke Moose
    phenomenal growth and 'increasing Including several junk cars). Lodge and its
    wealth mean the state is still ripe for Phil Gramm of Texas, appears on the list. All [ ,Immediately after removal of the The'following Is a letter received"by' donation to the Softball members team.for their.

    picking. What unspoken : changed others are Republican.Have trash, people Began using my lot for' Bill Wilson, Starke Chamber of Commerce
    hands obligations parking, and never In 19 years have commenting the We would also like to thank each In-
    $250 they checked lately the list of business you heard a grumble from me; the 3rd Annual dividual sponsor for their support of

    In its bi-particism criticism The Times bankruptcies and industrial ',shutdowns and although personally I have picked up Sentinel rarUcipantlln that passed each team mebmer. Without your
    adds' that Gov., Bob Graham layoffs under the Reagan administration! ? hundreds of drink cans, bottles, and through Starke April 7: *- :.support and interest in youth softball
    can't make paper, and paid out lots of money to we would not be able to exist as a well
    political hay with the Bafalis out-of-state fund- The Times concludes: "The vast nationwide Keep it In a respectable condition. Dear Bill: equiped team and be able to go to out

    raising because he plans to raise money for his I auction of public ,office 'won't.stop until the I.Over the years 1 have alway rented Now that the third annual'Sentinel of state games and enjoy the sport
    expected campaign for re-election. at an office space to different ones for Star Safari is over I just wanted
    recep- voters make Their best you Style Center
    it'stop. hope of ;
    ; tions to be held in New York doing used car sales. I have never includedthe to know that you folks in Slarke really ,North Florida Clarkhfe
    Washington and : Automotive
    Los that is to develop a healthy bias against the lot across the street in the rent or do everything right- ', 'c':, Parts Center. Edward's
    possibly Angeles. "And why for 'In-, candidates who raise' the most money",,,particularly lease, but have given them permission In three years of this week-long ride' BJ;' Triest Construction Co.Grocery Lewis;
    : :; stance asks The Times, "is Graham to park cars Lake Street if ;
    agree- out of state. Deep pockets should be apolitical through Florida, we've never receive Timber Co:;,Janies Sandwich Shop
    ing to dine! privately,excluding the press, with; liability, not an advantage.". needed.could So when the Zoning Board ed better treatment that we did in American Legion; Raiford Masonic;
    laid I. not use land for Starke. ,
    my parking .It was all first class, and t Lodge;' Ellxon Cypress Pinehurst
    ,I had to assume all parking had to want to ; .
    congratulate you for-your ef+ -Groceryr"'Butcher Block

    & I' go., Since you think there Is come doubt forts.The meals were outstandingther Starke McDonald's Motor; Thornton Salvage;;
    ; : DeWitt
    about my colors I would like for you police protection was good, the school .C. Jones,. ''and the K.O.A: ,Cam'PI&round"Slarke.
    to know they are Red White and Blue. facilities were more than'adequate .
    Water I.I the only substance on arth that Is naturally present in HUM different formsas "The dictionary says: and the people in town gave the bikers "
    a 'liquid a solid (in) and seas. (water vapor). -Blue strict or rigid, as in morals. futureaSafariewoulld hope some Coach Don Thornton
    White not Intending harm. bring
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    At Smith and Warren D. Langer, Jr. ;.

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    1 ; Married April 23 in Methodist Church : ..-., J'Ji ;,
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    Mrs. Karen Sue Smith, daughter of as best man. :
    Mr and Mrs. Richard Vance of Miss Kathy Klecan attended as
    Cleveland, Ohio and Rev. Warren D. maid of honor. She wore a full length, : ....
    Langer Jr. of Starke son of Mr. and apricot gown with French curls in her 'J .' .
    v Mrs. Warren D. Langer of Lyndhurst, hair. She carried a bouquet of flowersin ; ..:.:..:" .'.:.....
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    ) Mi Ohio were united in marriage Friday, shades of apricot and brown. \

    April 23, at 7:30: p.m. in the First Allison Langer, daughter of the w ..,...,.. .
    United Methodist Church with Dr. groom was flower girl and Shane '
    ;: t Ray Harrison of First United Smith, son of the bride, was ring- ;
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    ; Methodist Church, St. Petersburg of- bearer. ..
    I ficiating in the candlelight service. The bride was lovely in a full length ..,' .,;
    Highlighting the altar were two arrangements ivory Victorian gown with which she t t ..,. ,
    of tiger lillies, gladiolusand wore a ivory hat and carried a bou-
    t '. carnations in shades of brown, quet of flowers in shades of apricotand
    yellow and apricot against a brown.A .
    background of branched candelabrawith reception was held in the church

    lighted tapers. Fellowship Hall. .. ,,-. ...,.- .. .. ". ... "."., ... ... ....
    Kristy Johns, organist, Ada Red- 'The bride's table was covered witha ---
    dish, pianist and Bill McRae and lace cloth and centered with a three Rev. and Mrs. Warren D. Langer Jr.

    Marian Douglas, solists, presented a tiered pillared cake decorated with
    program of nuptial music. doves and topped with a archway with Mrs. Dan McKinney Shower HonoreeMrs.
    David Knapp of Lake Helen served doves in the middle. The cake was
    I flanked by five branch silver
    i candelabra with white tapers. Cutting Dan McKinney of Mershon, handmade skirt, made by the'father.
    Vickie Jetstone, the cake were Mrs. Don Hardenbrook Ga., daughter-in-law of Mrs. Bettie to-be's grandmother, mother and
    ,and Mrs. Warren Stevenson.Ms. Mizelle of Starke, was honored at a sister many years ago.
    ] Danny BentonTo Cindy Rowell kept the bride's stork shower Saturday night given by Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Edna
    Wed May 7 book at a table covered with a lace Mrs. Eleanor Norton of Lawtey heldat Hagan, mother; Mrs. Jake llanan.
    --- cloth and held a bud vase with apricot the home of Mrs. Mizelle on Church sister-in-law, of Graham :Mrs
    Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Tetstone of
    colored carnations.Mrs. Street. Merlin Hagan and daughter Joan of
    Mr, and Mrs, Carlton Faulk Brooker announce the approaching Richard Odom served hot The refreshment table was covered St. Augustine; and Mrs
    marriage of their daughter,Vickie,to spiced tea from a silver service at the with a Army/Navy cloth decorated Householder's daughters, Kath)e Jo. ''
    Teena Norman and Carlton Faulk Danny Benton son of Earlton Bentonof food table and Mrs. Steve Kroll with pink and blue streamers and Kim and Katina of Bushnell.PINE ,
    Brooker and Naivalene of
    Dampier presided at the crystal punch bowl at centered with a three tiered cake
    Lacross. the punch table. Around the punch trimmed in pink and blue and toppedby
    Married April 9 in First Baptist ChurchMiss The wedding will take place at the bowl was a garland of fern interspersed a cradle surrounded by green
    Tetstone home in Brooker on Friday
    with apricot and white mums. grass. Between the tiers were stacked
    Lee May 7, at 7:30: p.m. Assisting in serving were Mrs. A.J. baby blocks and a stork. The cake FORESTAPARTMENTS
    Trf na Norman, daughterof and purple flowers and accenting the All friends and relatives invitedto
    are Eaves, Mrs. R.S. Mullins and Mrs. was made and served by the honor
    Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Norman, Jr. of arrangement was a bouquet of helium attend.
    Starke and Carlton Faulk, son of Mr. balloons. In the center of the table George Roberts, Jr. guest's sister-in-law, Mrs. Cindy
    and Mrs. L.A. Johns and Wallace was a topiary tree of fresh parsleyand Following a wedding trip to the Appalachian Householder of Bushnell. Also 1.2 & 3 Bedroom Apts.
    Faulk of Jacksonville, were united in fresh strawberries.The Miss Karen Vaughan Mountains of Georgia, assisting in serving were Mrs. Wilma From '130" to '275"
    marriage Friday, April 9, at 8 p.m. in club house was decorated with Honored at CoffeeMiss North Carolina and Tennessee, the Peeples and Mrs. Brenda Hagan, a
    the First United Baptist Church, ficus trees throughout.The cake table couple are residing at 1605 Raiford niece.
    Starke. with Rev. James Cowart per- was centered with a eight tier Karen Vaughan, whose mar- Road, Starke. Games were played and many 1it: : 1530 W. Madison
    forming the nuptials. strawberry cake with flowing fountain riage to Keith Carter will be an eventof Rev. Langer is the pastor of the useful gifts were received from the 25 Phone 964-6312
    Presenting a program of nuptial cascading bridges decorated- May 8 at the First Baptist Churchin First United Methodist Church in guests.In rOl/ALHOUIIM
    music were Mrs. L.A. Canova, with roses and lily-of-the-valley and Tampa, was honored at a Coffee Starke. the foyer was a basinette with a "qr""w 11ft,

    organist and Sharon Terry, Gregory iced with whipped cream. At each end Saturday morning at the home of __ _________u_ -------- --'- .
    Alvarez and Jimmy Alvarez, soloists. of the table were candelabra arrangements Mrs. John E. Denmark on Parker -- -- ---I II
    Centering the altar was an arrange- of all white flowers and Street. Co-hostesses were Mr John ig I
    ment of white gladiolus, lavendar purple tapers. Anderson, Mrs. Robert Biggs, Mrs.
    mums, purple statice and greenery Around the cake and punch bowls Jerome Johns, Mrs. E.E. Thornton,'
    flanked by matching urn arrangements were seasonal fowers in shades of Mrs. Joe Valinski and Mrs. Warren
    of the same flowers lavendar. All the tables were covered Winkler. .
    against a background of spiral, tree with Army/Navy cloths. Standing in the receiving line were
    and heart shaped canddabras with Mrs. James Reddish and Mrs. John Mrs. Denmark, Miss Vaughan,. Mrs.
    burning tapers. Also in the loft were :7 Arthur-,Reddishr, the cake. Maxie Carter*Jr..mother of the prospective .
    .' palm, scheffelera and ficus trees.The Assisting! ,In serving were Miss Vicki groom and Miss .Denise
    .'alBte< vb'WeY6trhetk' 'iftlf''globe nNormani: iMr* ,.-Brad fCarteivi Miss ,\. 41ughan, sister-of..t.1'Ie.bride Lec-,,,*. g 1n1 1r
    candelabras witH'White Satin\ bows'." Teresa-H0bb81| 'Miss-Lisa.Reddish, Mrs. Valinski invited.the guests J Into M .
    Joel Sockwell served as best man. Mrs. Vera Nicula, Mrs. Peggy the dining room where the refresh-
    Ushers were Kim Tillett, Charles Gaskins, Miss Martell Johns, Mrs. ment table was covered with a Ar-
    Pickett, Phil Snipes, Marty Cotheran, Marion Starling, Mrs. Maxie Carter, my/Navy cloth and centered with an V
    and Jeffery and Clayton Norman, .Jr. and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs. arrangement of gerbera daisies, en-
    brothers of the bride and Keith and Following a wedding trip' to the chantment lilies and leptospernum In-
    Brad Carter, cousins of the groom. Bahamas the couple is residing on termingled with tropical foliage in a
    Jason Bennett was ringbearer.Mrs. SR-225, Starke. silver bowl. Presiding at the silver
    Teresa Reddish attended as The bride graduated from Bradford coffee service were Mrs. Joan Chitty,
    '.matron of honor and Susie SeSple! was High School and is attending Mrs. J.E. Hardy and Mrs. George
    '. mind'of honor..Attendants were Kyle Stenotype Institute at Jacksonville Flynn, Jr. S a
    'Stapleton, Terri Bement, Vicki Beach to become a court reporter. Mrs. Johns directed the guests onto
    Nicula. Jeannie Faulk, sister of the The groom graduated from the patio where mocha punch was
    '; groom,; Sharon Norman, and ,Selena Englewood High School and Troy served from a cut glass punch bowl on
    Norman, sister'of the bride, as junior .State University in Alabama. he is a table covered with a yellow organdy
    ../'attendant' Jaimie Garlington was iM soc.iated, with Middleburg High cloth and held two African violet 0
    1fl(,wirllgttl. They ,wore orchid long 9 ;f'hOQl.as a roach,: plants. Presiding at the punch bowl
    'I 1"'''gnWnsd mat' featured i a seethroughyoke were Mrs. James R. Reddish, Mrs.

    of schiffli lace that had a high Tol'estt'Modre, Janet Turner, Mrs. Betty Ann Phillipsand
    neck long full) ( .. >wttiuJcbtfni Mrs. J.B. Godwin.
    cuff and a permanent pleated.Ktyrt. .b* Richard 'MartinrmMrscoporiS ,' The hostesses presented corsagesto Fortune Federal
    They' wore JylE cpku-ed fca&andthe I ,,;lip9drl nt'."'old Miss Vaughan and Mrs. Carter and
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    h<) { < aitlUWu-t J"u+ .t J'. d also gave Miss Vaughan two serving
    quets of lavendar prchjds' ,. pink ; Mobre and Clarence pieces of her chosen flatware as a
    sweetheart roses and mums' in shades 9Mo0ran f;!,.Sta rk rt announce the memento of the occasion.
    OB oMavpdar to foschaajTheattendantsno aengagementband'iapproaching mar- Among the guests calling betweenthe
    tradriad.touqu 1is of l kfttndanorehidsofllandjmum''infiBhaclesrofrUSehi snag Qjfi'thel' *!daughter-; Teresa An- hours 10 and 12 those from out-of- :':.
    ; to nett, to Richard Martin, son of Mr. town were Miss Denise Vaughan, ::
    'ififushiann .1 I .,o "" I bntlitin.lo and Mrs. Roy Cooler of Beaufort, S.C. Mrs. Ann Godwin, Miss Jana Godwin, :: :
    flWrhe/bridejgiveninrharptagdfcyher. The wedding i planned for July 31 Mrs. Harold Johnson of Gainesville, S .'
    father, W.OPanlovely) : alecpnalace in the Starke Church of God. Mrs. L.H. Johns of Jacksonville, Mrs. .'
    gown with low brocade neckline Jack Strube and Miss Wanda Atwoodof
    0'1dec"bra'tea''Witti' Thefnif' atl( .sequinsAta'crystals' UDC Chapters Keystone Heights and Misses Get under the
    '' ; \ l ," face1'Wsfiop\ Visits Olustee Cathy Grider and Neva Jayne Flynnof \
    bl'slecves ''were1' buttoned1JarrilllTvide!\ J, Tallahassee.
    alecon'cuff. 'The' A-lln;kVt"wtth\ \ a The W.T. Weeks chapter, U.D.C. Fortune umbrella free
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    orchid encircled with white roses and the Ocean Pond campgrounds.
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    A reception was held in the Starke Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Mrs. Friday NightTrading checking account is like getting caught in ; deposit U\] Insured to $100.000 by the
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    \, ':1I Brenda K. Prevatt Cheryl Boney ;;..

    :| Melanie Parrish Recent FSU Graduate Benjamin Moxley, III :;

    Honored at Two Calibrates Homecoming Plan July 31 Wedding .

    Bridal Showers '
    Miss Brenda Kay Prevatt, daughter Ia Ir I-'
    Melanie Parrish was honored at a of Mrs. Kay Williams of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Boney 01
    bridal shower given by Mrs. Roy graduated from Florida.State University .- Keystone Heights announce the
    Jackson of Starke and Terri Parrish, TQY1I + May 1. and is now employed by engagement of their daughter,Cheryl [
    April II at the home of the latter. the State of Florida as a Parole and Lfnn.to Benjamin L. Moxley III, sort:I
    20 people attended and enjoyed Probation Officer In Tallahassee. and Mrs. Benjamin L. Moxley,,;I
    games and refreshments of cake and ir;' ; This past weekend, Brenda was Jr. of Starke. -J
    punch. honored with a cookout and get- A July 31 wedding has been set In:1
    Melanie received many lovely and together at the home of her parents on the Keystone Heights Community:I
    useful gifts. Marklee Starling Road in Starke. Approximately --.i: Church. f; "
    i The bride-elect was also honored at J '/ 60 people attended, : The bride-elect is a graduate of tha:
    |I a miscellaneous shower hosted by r presenting Brenda with many gifts Keystone Heights High School and attended
    j 1 Mrs. Sherrie Parrish and Jean and momentoes of the occasion, as Troy State University. She le
    Blocker April 24. Et well as her graduation.Out pressently a Realtor Associate with: ..
    The refreshment table was covered : of town guests included Mr.and Watson Realty Corp. ;.
    with a lace tablecloth and was Mrs. Ray Williams and son of R The bridegroom-elect is a graduate
    centered with an arrangement of spring Tallahassee; David Letty of of Bradford High School and Georgia
    flowers. IS people attended the Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. Junior Southern College. He is presently on
    shower at the home of Mrs. Parrish in Sweat and family of Gainesville; and,. hBenjamin the coaching staff at Buchholz HighS .
    Palatka. : ; Lucian Prevatt of Gainesville. <:hoolln Gainesville. .
    1 Miss Parrish of Starke, is the bride 44I L. Moxley III and Cheryl
    \ to be of John Howard, of Lake Butler. iE
    The wedding will take place June 10 ; Mrs. Larry Mercer Lynn Boney The James Gasklns

    at Harmony Free Will Baptist Shower Honoree
    Church. To Celebrate50th

    Mrs. Larry Mercer was complimented AnniversaryMr.
    at a stork shower Tuesday Ole Time RevivalIn
    Altar Society Sponsors night, April 27 from 7:30: to 9:30 p.m. Next Week and Mrs James Wade Gaskinsof '
    International DinnerOn given by the employees of the tax col- Lawtey Rt. 2, Box 2100, Starke wUI,
    lectors office held at the home of Mrs. There will be a revival at the celebrate their 50th wedding anniver-
    Sunday evening,April 25,St.Ed- George Pierce on Gene Drive. Lawtey Church of God starting Sun- sary on Sunday, May 15, from 3 to ;5,
    ward's Altar Society held an Interna- Cokes and cake were served to the day, May 9 with service at 7:30 p.m. p.m.at. the Northside Baptist:
    tional Covered Dish Dinner in theparish 22 guests during the party hours. Brother John Wayne Anderson of Fellowship Hall, corner of SR-225 and:
    hall. Many of those attending Macclenny will conduct the services SE-16 given by their children' and
    Drought food familiar to their native with singing included. Pastor,. D.H. grandchildren.The .
    lands. Kirkland. family request no gifts please.All .
    Among those speaking of the land of Disabled Veterans friends and relatives are invitedto
    their birth were the Pastor, Father 1' b'H attend.
    Edward Rooney from Ireland, Una Auxiliary Drive
    Nolan also from Ireland, Paco Starke Chapter 61 Disabled "
    Rodriluez from Vera Cruz Mexico, 1 J Veterans and Ladies Auxiliary will The Living Word '
    Barbara Anderson and Jose Santos hold their annual Forget-me-not drive I.
    from Guam, Henry Stefanelli from this week, Thursday through Satur- New :Billy Graham Film

    the Romeo Parado family from .. __._ ...,_ ... __. .
    Italy, ... __ or.-; """ "-- _____ day, May 6-8, downtown. All pro-
    the Juan Escadero from "The Living Word"a new film pro- II IIrN ,
    Phillipines, ceeds for charity
    Mr and Mrs. Joe Griftls
    Peru. duced by World Wide Pictures, Will
    Entertainment was provided by be presented by Madison Street Bap- j

    Tony Anderson with his guitar who Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffis Old You Know..........,. tist Church, 900 W. Madison St.,
    accompanied his sisters, Jackie and Starke on May 7th at 7:30: pm. The 1i 1s i
    Becky in a medley of songs. Johnny Celebrate 60th Anniversary Mrs. (Carolyn Dundlock of Las showing is free, and open to the
    Walker entertained with a Mexican Vegas, Nev. visited Mr. and Mrs. public. s
    Hat Dance. Homer Stearns and Mr. and Mrs. Featuring narration by Billy
    The Banner displaying the coun- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffis of Starke Cal. Mr. and Mrs. William Gilliard of Tullie Norman on Wednesday of last Graham and Cliff Barrows, the film :::I
    tries represented was made by Becky celebrated their 60th wedding an- Raiford, Mr._and Mrs. Glenn Scott of week.
    weaves together Scripture ,
    Starke,. Mr. and Mrs Jack Ketter of
    2 at
    Anderson. niverary on Sunday, May a
    works of
    great religious art, music,
    Barbara Anderson and Mary Gissy reception at the Grace Baptist Satsuma and Mr. and Mrs. Earl
    Green of
    and Mrs.
    of Deland. Mr. Harry and some of the most stunning color
    were in charge of arrangements for Church. Dockery and and Mrs. Jesse
    Starke Mr. footage ever filmed in the Holy
    this affair Hosting the celebration were the Other grandchildren assisting were Sublett of Murfreesboro, Tenn., at- Land.The film touches the heart and
    Mrs. Ann Craft Mrs. Sherlyn 1
    children and families of the honoree:
    of their
    Joe Griffis, Jr. of Jacksonville, Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. Sue Alexander, Mrs tended the graduation Eoline mind of the viewer with its
    St. Mark's WomenTo Dorothy Cruthirds of Sacramento, Wanda Weldon, Mrs. Judy Williams, daughter and granddaughter, relevance to twentiethcenturymankind.
    BS in
    Green, from FSU with a degree
    Meet May 11 Mrs. Karen Sanderfer and Lane Grif- ;
    fis. Also assisting were Mrs. Voncile education on Saturday morning. Rich in visual beauty, and enhanced pastor of Madison Street Baptist li-
    of St. Mark's will meet Did You Know........... Subletts returned with the Greens for
    The Women Futch and Mrs. Inez Faulk. by a powerful, original, musical extending an invitation to all to at
    Tuesday night, May 11, at 7:30 p.m. in Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Oswald of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Griffis were marriedin the weekend.Mr. score, "The Living Word" brings the tend. "The Living Word" is an

    the Parish House. Sampson had as recent guests Mrs. Starke on May 2, 1922 and have 14 and Mrs. George W Brown pages of the Bible to life in & fresh outstanding film for anyone who has.
    Alma Yorrgue, Mrs. Mary Taylor and grandchildren and 10 great new way. unanswered questions about just!
    the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
    l S.C.Mrs. Katherine Parrish of Columbia, grandchildren. spent L.M. Stoner in Ocala. The Reverend Robert C. Gillis, what the Bible means to us today I Ith II I

    Mrs. Mack Williams returned last
    BIRTHSRandel Friday after a months visit with GRAND
    relatives in Sylacauga, Ala., Birm-
    ingham, Ala. and Savannah and
    Augusta, Ga. She was accompaniedhome
    by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Williamsand OP
    family of Savannah and Mr. and
    Mrs. H.E. Dukes of Rincon, Ga. who
    Mr. and Mrs. Randel Tyler of '
    remained for the weekend.
    Randel Starke announce the birth,of.A son,, ', i -.;-A ""* -4 C". t* ... /*,
    Wayne, born > 15 m" 1
    Shand's Teaching Aril Win A 1983 Ford Ranger..Value $10,350 ,

    Maternal grandparents are Mrs. -''''*.eu,..*...M At....1!i.... Old?' *..*..?<>?*.. r
    .. ., mZi
    NeIb. 0rna$ V.M W ""'lbI''''Pp LI..C_...... .
    Loraine Tyler of Lawtey and Calvin Thank You Folks 1
    Compeau of Plymouth, Mich. sf
    We would like to express our appreciation -
    Paternal grandparents are Earline to the following merchants "
    Tyler of Starke and Cecil Tyler of for their donations ,- \
    to the 8th gradersof Mother's
    Lawtey. Bradford Middle School.William's 1. 299 : Day,

    Jewelry; Eckerd Drugs; '
    TG&Y Stumps Leilas Specials! .
    Candice Jean Thomas ; ; ; Bullingtons; ,
    Mr. and Mrs. Randall Thomas of Macs Music Shop; Bret & Jerry's; 20 Piece .
    Starke announce the birth of a Sawyer-Slade Gas; Mitchell's Drugs; I :
    daughter, Candice Jean born April 24 Western Auto; Mosley's Tire Co.; China Set
    in Alachua General Hospital. Koch Drugs; McDonald's; Wendy's; 299
    Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Hardees; Florida Bank at Starke; t Set includes 4 dinner l
    Community Bank, The Meat Market: '' r plates, bowls t r r "u
    Beverly Bryan and the late Loyd J. ) soup I rbul I \ .
    Sr. of Starke. Maternal Thank you for the donations, door i- saucers, salad plate .
    Bryan, great- t.' ""' 'H 4'v'ia '"BaS .
    grandmother is Mrs. Violet Barnhartof prizes, raffle ticket prizes, and for and coffee cups. C, T-Jops,L m
    Rochester, N.Y. cups used at the refreshment booth. B ScOOP.'crew and neok ieeWlth)' ,,,

    Paternal grandparents are Mr. and The Eighth Grade ParentsOrganization < '" Eg t+ p Ott. bna : cap sleeve. In.spring: colors,e4.L.,
    Mr. N.D. Thomas of Starke. f" 1 111r* r,, l ,eTM brio ) '' ** r1 1
    Vivian Chappel '., ; :
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    PLEASANT .' r vT ,I m f D I 5" .j.i.{ doss
    Michael Leonard Schlofman FULl GOSPEL HOP CHURCH S d I Irl .,_.i f omit brio

    Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Schlofman of Extends To You A Hardy WelcomeI I ;l! ; .. :acni9vBrfy9.Casual '
    Orange Park announce the birth of a I '
    To Worship With Us! Sx
    son, Michael Leonard,born A f ,: 1tv'7 ;, ; :u And, .; quO'
    Sunday School., . .. . .9:41 a.m.
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    Mrs. Art Schlofman of Orange Park. 'rlday.,.,.... .. ..... .. .. 7:30 p.m. Fragrance Gift Set Crown k'1L' "
    Maternal grandparents are Mr. and ..,. Corey. Pallor Candy .kirt .. > Knll casual. tops In1>soilde'and!.. 'H 9
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    May. 1182 TELEGRAPH Page 7A

    Local Church Has "Sounds of His

    Dinner May 8 Coming IV" to be

    The First Born Church of the Living presented May 29
    God will be selling fish, hamburgers,
    of Lake
    and hot dog dinners on Saturday May The First Baptist
    of His
    8 beginning at 11 a.m. Everyone is invited Butler will present "Sounds
    Coming IV" Saturday evening. May
    i.L 29, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
    F. The program will feature the First

    DId You Know........... Baptist Ambassadors (Youth Ensem-
    ble,) Diplomats (Adult Ensemble)
    --- -- -- --- trios and those
    -- -- with solos, duets
    Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early returned "good ole fashioned quartets"
    Ir Tuesday of last week after a weeks New ADK Officers... throughout the program. You will
    visit with relatives in Mobile, Ala. hear music written by Bill Gaither,
    Newly Installed ADK officers are U-r) Eugenia Becky Dobbins Carol Redding, and Bill Sinclair. Installing Dottie Rambo, Dallas Holm, Im-
    a; I Mrs. Margaret Barkley of Man- Whitehead president: Janet Gunning Thelma Thorn the new officers were the two ladles on the right perials and others.
    BI Mary Y Davis darin and Mrs. Betty Brown of Green ton, standing In for Recording Secretary Anne Miller; end: Judy Crumley, past District II chairman and
    n< Cove Springs visited their mother, Eddie Joyce Sexton Denise Adams, Mary Ann Kyle. Flossie Baker district corresponding secretary. This will be an evening of inspiring
    Mrs. Mabel Stringfellow on Saturday, music that you won't want to miss.
    Mary Y. Davit Holds InstallationAlpha Make plans now to attend the musical
    Retires From Mrs. James Otto of Seminole and Alpha Delta Kappa and bring a friend.
    Mrs. 'L.A. Canova of Starke visited The musical is under the directionof

    Hospital Staff their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Delta Kappa, teaching fivers: president Eugenia Redding; sergeant-at-arms, Bill Rodney Brooks, Minister of Music
    Mary Y. Davis was honored at a and Mrs. G. Carl Alderman and other sorority, held their May banquet and Whitehead; vice-president Janet Sinclair. and Youth. Melvin Owen is the
    relatives In Baltimore, Md. for ten Gunning; recording secretary Anne A covered dish Pastor.
    supper Wednesday, April 7, give by bl-annuallnstallaUon of officers Mon- banquet was held
    the 3-11 shift of the Bradford County days. While there they attended the day night at the St. Mark's Parish Miller; corresponding secretary, Eddie before the Installation. The three din-
    Hospital upon Mrs. Davis retirement wedding of Mrs. Otto's grandson, Hall. Joyce Sexton; treasurer. Denise ing tables were decorated with ivy in-
    er.ll years duty as a nurses aid athospital. Mark Vandiviere and Deborah Susan Judy Crumley, past district two Adams; chaplains Mary Ann Kyle terspersed with spring flowers.
    t Turner which took place on April 24 at chairman, installed the following of- and Becky Dobbins; historian, Carol Jeannie Loper, out-going president
    -:Judy Moore, director of nurses, 1 p.m.at American University Chapelin presided at the meeting.
    presented Mrs. Davis with a 10 year Washington, D.C. 98hm

    nth'', crystal bell and rose as a memen'of Mrs. Martha Johnston of Miami Hilites By Dolores Meng dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
    the occasion.
    ." spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Hampton Phone: 468-1913 Laverne Wellons.
    her sister Mrs. James Barron while Farewell CelebrationMr.
    ear.b enroute to Atlanta. Busy Weekend and Mrs. Paul Meng and family love
    Senior Citizens To Meet \ Jody Wadsworth, his mother held a party Saturday night honoring we youSusan
    Attending the McRae family reu- The Hampton Senior Citizens will Margaret, and brother Justin, spent their son, John who has enlisted in
    nion at the Dade Battlefield State hold a meeting on Friday May 7, at 2 Saturday at Jacksonville Beach. Jody the U.S. Marines. He planned to leave
    " Historical Park in Bushnell on Sun p.m. in the City Hall. David McCampbell did two TV show tapings with the May 5 for training at Parris Island,
    d day were Mrs. Lily Bridges, Mr. and of the Bradford County Guidance Michelle Lynn Show. This will be S.C.Mr.
    ". Mrs. Donald McRae, Barney McRae Center will be guest speaker. He will shown on Channel 47 at 8 p.m. on May H.W. Preister of Ft. Pierce
    Dr. Barney McRae, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. give information on Homemaker'sService 8. The taping took place on the beachin visited his sister and brother-in-law,
    Arthur McRae and Mr. and Mrs. meal planning, and other front of the Crab Pot Restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins last
    Russell McRae. items of interest to local citizens. Saturday evening the Wadsworth Thursday.On .
    3 Anyone 60 years of age or over is In- attended the Zucchini Festival at Sunday Mrs. P.L. Morris and
    5. Johnnie R. Sheffield (U.S. Army) vited to attend. Questions will be Windsor. The Jocephus and The Mrs. Mildred Wolfe of Macclenny
    : stationed at Hanau West Germanyhas Ghost Rider Band performed there visited her sister and brother-in-law,
    I been' promoted from E-l to welcomed.Double Celebration for the May Day Festivities.One Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins.
    Specialist 4 (E-4 in 15 months of ser- Inger and James Campen Tuesday night, April 27, the
    vice.) He also has been awarded: cer- celebrated their 15th wedding an- Michelle Lynn Show with whom Jody Hampton Elementary School
    n tificate of achievement for his work in niversary on April 29. Coincidentallytheir Wadsworth plays lead guitar, fronteda A-B Honor Roll
    1981 Artep, ; certificate of achievement daughter, Amy, celebrated her benefit show starring Ernest Tubbat Report cards went home with *t) '
    I for his work in the 1981 reforger. 1st birthday the same day.Gustafson's the Orange Park High School. students last Wednesday. Those listedon
    ; His wife, Linda Powell Sheffield ... The group had their pictures taken the A-B Honor Roll for the fifth six f1
    teaches English at Hanau American -- with Mr. Tubb and all his band. They weeks grading period were: First
    High School. They are expecting their,, also enjoyed a special tour of his graders: Sandra Aviles Gene Birt, & Elbert
    '9 first child May 15. famous tour bus.Golden Stephanie Cardin Danielle Hersey Vera & Paul
    ! and
    Anniversary David McWilliams. Second
    Pamela J. Duffy, daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mattheus at- graders: Scott Branham, Jessica ChristyBuddy
    . and Mrs. Duffy P.O. Box 742, Starke, tended the Golden Anniversary Fisher, Regina Padgett, David & Toni
    7, is a member of the Eckerd College M celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Roberts and Darlene Rush. Third Billy & Elaine
    concert choir and will perform in the Roberts at the High Springs Woman's graders: Aimee Hodges Meliss Byrd
    Tena June Young Spring Concert at Eckerd on May 9. Club on April 25.Visitors and Wyatt Collins. Fourth graders: Jennifer
    r d ,, wt+l'f Allison Archery, Cindy Davis, George
    Keith Tetstone who recently com- Susie Welons and Matthew spent Rhonell Estes, Misty Koehler, Jerry Us Tool -
    Tena Young pleted internship at Bradford Middle several days with their grandparents, Loiacano, Angela Mitchell and Cheryl
    Randy HicksTo School graduated from the Universityof Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Wellons. They Thomas. Fifth graders: Billy Horne, Rosie and Sally
    Florida on May 1. Keith received a all enjoyed the movie "Fantasia" one Marie Long, Terri Kennan and Tina Janice Donna and Bubba
    Wed July 17 Bachelor of Science degree in evening.Dr. Branham. Sixth graders: Judy Melissa and Amy
    Mr. and Mrs. John W. Young Jr. of Physical Education. He is the son of f-. and Mrs. William Howard Cowger and Cassandra Fisher.
    Sylva, N.C. announce the engagementand Mildred Tetstone of Starke and Zenas Michael and Jane, were Wednesday Seventh grader: Ruth Underwood. April

    approaching marriage of their Tetstone of Gainesville.Mr. ,
    daughter, Tena June, to Dennis Randolph -
    I Hicks (Randy) of Tallahassee, and Mrs. Dan McKinney of _
    fdOmer resident of Waldo, son of Mr. Mershon, Ga., and Mrs. Roger Richard Smith NOTICE
    UUJi,Mrs. Charles R. Hicks of Householder and daughters of Jlonor .. .... ,
    ranKlin, ;r itf.CT. % Bushnell were weekendguests''oftheir Graduated --
    hn.Juorldb |.yirJaivnfld for'Julv-11: mother, Mrs. BetUeMizelletTwar> -, L... ith', :: ;1; 4. (
    -- 'tW ""1:1 GCfd atetWith : : ;
    NOTICED : :
    .C Victory.. Efapti:i church in Sylva_a, "**>Mrs.. Janet Turner had'a'Wfhday" '( HonorsMr. AND APPLICATION' FOR

    dinner Sunday for her daughter, Kay
    Wfes Young is a graduate of Victory ,
    .Tistlan School in Sylva N.C. and is Turner of Jacksonville and Dr. ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT OF 1982
    resently attending Southwestern Richard Odom of Starke. Among the Richard C.Smith,Jr., of Starke l'
    echnical College (Business Ad- 12 guests were Bob Johnson and graduated cum laude (with honor) on
    linistration). Claire Turner of Jacksonville and April 22, 1982 from Seminole Com- REAL ESTATE TAXES BY INSTALLMENT
    iIrHicks graduated from Trinity Brant Turner and Karen Burchette of munity College, in Sanford Fla., and I
    .htlstian; Academy, Jacksonville and Gainesville.Mrs. has been accepted to the University of
    he University of Florida in 1981 with Florida College of Engineering
    B.S. in AgriS J. !., W.C.''Hurt, Jr. of East Point, Sciences. Section 197.013, F.S. allows an alternative plan for payment of real estate taxes. A taxpayer
    Ga. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith attended Seminole on full who elects to pay taxes by the Installment method shall make payments based upon an esti-
    Thomas for several days while Mr. academic scholarship and has also mated tax which shall be equal to the actual. taxes levied upon the property in the preceding
    Id Yquri 1'9 !&.I ,..f#Kr<:'" Hurt is a medical patient in Bradford received a President's scholarship for .year.
    ':' County Hospital. his final two years of undergraduatework .
    Last weekend,Migno'n'LMorte,Lt. at the the University of Floridain THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:

    en. Ben Sternberg'rettred), 1\11",8 N Mrs>: M.R.'Judd'is'visiting'MrandMrs. Gainesville. First Installment Payment One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 6%. Payment
    While at SCC he participated on the
    uth ) r gid'tier-Iawyel- \, Mere Herndon In Valdosta, Ga. shall be made not later than June 30, 1982. A taxpayer
    and selectedfor
    Scan 1980-81 track team was
    m Ml'o> l Daytoha Bead 1"* ,this. week. ',1' / ,. ,. Phi Theta Kappa, the National N must make the first installment payment in order to participatein N
    erBI it''T e''M' L ratHt@4Y3v2'dtra'gd"at"' '' 'IKitlgsle) "Mr. and Mrs. A.S. t tlirr&on visited Community College Scholastic Honor

    ake I Grahan\. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde jftobinsoiv.and chosen Society. for In the the 1981.82 college-wide term he Brain was O Second Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 4'/2%. Pay o

    ie bY.idif\OU. m and Daytona had a Mrs' RtT\Hipps in Waycross:' over.the Bowl Team and served as the team's ment shall be made not later than September 30, 1982.
    eken4> i J f
    and time tourinrf! :',the.;city; whichey 'VIe I: ',."''UlyiIET?, captain
    Richard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T Third Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any T
    havenrtsisGicI. & eral years iV; and MrsTfMike.\, Hartley and
    i \ Edwin Johns of Forsyth Rd. and adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability
    fter a few wpprs oCtouringi; the family visited his parents l, Mr. andMrs
    discounted 3%. Payment shall be made not later than De.
    include Mr. W.
    grandparents : Hogan
    Bach, > :
    returrJd5itMlDaytonA Larryr Hartley In"St. Augustineon 1 I
    umber 31 1982.
    istful < Saturday. Smith, Starke, Mrs. W. Smith.
    aroufflU&fkefc; Eff&gangimtpIdyaclr'rand! Sanford, and Mr. and Mrs. Thornton
    ur Johns, Starke.At Fourth Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any
    arab.'l JMs ::1aM. f. Little Macey' Stephens, son of Mr. C
    adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability C
    liII'N4ihbiW ljbf,( l"esvilre ate Mrs. Rick Stephens was a con- Bradford High School Smith was
    No discount. Payment shall be made not later than March 31.
    active in both sports and academics,
    get. testant in. the
    H ( ,J.qp.JQI'I.alformal> Diaper Derby at
    ? 1983.
    gether. J.MZ "AVilsons Department Store in participating on the BUS football and E
    > E
    Gainesville track&: field teams and still holds the
    rttlw agar y)!I.>/i : :iw on Saturday.
    V1* school record for the 880 yard run. He I
    MrsJU<#ome !"Johns the,' also worked part-time as If you have not received an application to pay 1982 taxes by installment and it is '

    H sonlMark'attended' Veunlon-: : (the'.Lewis,, "There is nothing makes a swriter for the Telegraph. What your Intent to exercise your rights under this law, then please complete the appli
    b+lfs ts-'family family;of t750-1823) at,Swift man suspect" more than to the University of Florida he plans to cation below and mail or file with your county tax collector prior to June 1 1. 1982.
    on Sunday afternoon. know little. work as a tutor for Gator athletes. The absolute deadline for filing the application is May 31. Any application filed

    _Wreek I!"vsvsw"f" Francis Bacon after May 31 will not be considered. The postmark on applications mailed to the

    --"" -.".. .._..._.._...- .............. ..........".... > tax collector shall determine if the application was mailed timely. Additional application -
    t -W Low-Fat forms may be obtained from the tax collector's office as listed below:

    MILK O Mail completed application to: Esther S. Hall Tax Collector

    AROUND $ P. 0. Drawer 969
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    California California Gustafson's-Lemon t -- __ __ __ _ _,__ __ DETACH _ _ _ _ __ _

    r49 Head99c Bunch 1982, CONTACT, THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.
    Head 89CGal. We Carry
    .. Natural Honey
    lam I hereby make application to participate In the Installment Property I. D. No.
    ry : Fresh payment plan for the 1982 tax year. Legal Description as it Appears on the 1981 Tax Notice .
    Green Extra Large Receipt:

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    .11_,_ Red Bliss 2 On Flat Phon Numb Please PrintNOTICE

    Potatoes ?

    Large Selection QQC California ffliTll I A taxpayer must mike the first Installment payment not later than June 30 In order to participate In this Dlan.
    of South Florida 5 Lh. __, Valencia ORANGES Any taxpayer| who fills' to make a subsequent Installment payment on time .shall not be required to discontinue '
    } installment In the Installment payment plan. Instead such taxpayer shall be required to remit with his ned I
    I S Watermelons South Florida payment.an amount equal to the current Installment amount plus any Installment amount due but
    Vlne RipeTomatoes unpaid. The applicable discount rate for the i current Installmentshall be applied against the sum of the current
    ft Crlnuor Swnt Variety of Seafood and past due Installment payment amounts. I
    Nothing shall preclude a taxpayer who has applied for the Installment method of payment or who has mad
    one or more installment payments from discontinuing his participation 'In such plan. In such event the remainder
    , '- \ C All Fish Purchased of the taxpayer's tues shall b. due and payable as provided by la..,. .
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    that time of year again. Wednesday. Tornado Head Coach kicking game as much as we can this BUS was 0-10 last year the first all-
    Some 45 potential 1982 Tornadoes David lIurse said the BUS staff will Spring. losing season in Bradford High foot-
    plus 15-20 more eager JV's snapped be emphasizing fundamental skills "Right now we're just trying to find ball history, but the nucleus from win- I
    on helmets and opened up Spring foot. early on."We're. out where the kids are (in terms of ning JV and freshman units moves up
    ball practice this week at Bradford .condition and fooball skills)." in 198%.
    High. going to do less hitting and Workouts continue through the end .. -- ---.--.
    Afternoon workouts under the do more teaching this year than we of this month with the Junior-Senior
    Florida sun were in shorts Saturday,. have In the past" Hurse said Tues- game Friday May 21, and the Spring
    Monday, and Tuesday with the team day. "We want to do a lot of individual Jamboree at Palatka Friday May 28,
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    Merchants all own 2-3 records in the Eddie, Charles. Wright and Williams Thomas 3-4, and Eddie Dyal 23. For
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    To Region' Track MeetBuchholz

    took both titles in the As expected the hurdles was a
    District 5-AAA track and field championship powerful event for the BHS girls with
    meet held in Starke last senior Tyffany Griffis placing 2nd
    Thursday but the host Tornadoes accomplished Long 3rd, Alesia Sheffield 4th, and
    a primary goal qualify. Karen Kimutis 6th in the 110's. In the
    ing a slew of athletes on to the 330's it was Long 2nd Griffis 3rd and
    Regional level. Sheffield 4th with all 3 qualifying for
    16 BUS runners and jumpers, plus a Region in both hurdles.
    corps of alternates, will be on hand at Sheffield also qualified in the discus j
    the Region II meet to be held Friday, with a 4th and the girls mile relay It

    May 7,at Brooksville-Ifernando High. took 2nd to advance. Originally the a, ,asq i C
    And most of those runners qualified in mile relay was maybe Bradford'sbest
    more than one event,by placing in the chance for state points but the
    top 4 at District's. ineligibility of Robin Jefferson due to J
    The Lady Tornadoes moved girls on grades forced the BHS coaches to
    in 15 individual events plus 1 relay strip down the 4 x 440. Still the 4:26.7: "i
    while the Tornado boys will have Bradford ran, though well off a state- ... ,, -
    representation in 7 individual events ranked 4:10.4 time run early in the .

    plus 2 relays at Region. Despite some year, was easily good enough to IIBradford.s __ ;!
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    Loper and Buddy Revels were pleased For Bradford's boys Hawkins 220 .... ... 1.r"r a -' "-w '
    especially considering Bradfordhad win wasn't the only moment of glory. ,
    Just 3 senior girls and 2 senior The 440 relay team stunned Suwan- Donnie Banks, center In I .... ... .
    boys running.In nee's favored Bulldogs when Donnie white top with Bradford logo turned a ", "
    the team race the BHS girls Banks ran down Ford and Buchholz' dead-even race, maybe even a half-, '. .f;
    tallied 97 points, but after falling Roger Campbell on the last leg to give yard deficit Into a victory In the 440 i I, <'
    behind Buchholz 40-16 in the field BUS a 44.7 second win. Banks had relay when he overtook Buchholi: and d'.i': : ;

    events never could make up the dif taken 3rd in the 100 yard dash behind Live Oak after taking the baton from . .
    ference. The Bobcat girls totaled 127 that pair, with Ford topping Camp Antonio Jones and the BUS team V
    points to easily win what was esst'n.tlaUya bell. Eric Lane Hawkins and An- erupted Into a Infield celebration.In :. ." : : ,
    2-team battle with Santa Fe' tonio Jones had preceded Banks in the the picture below Banks accepts "Q "" .... ..
    (36.5) and Eastside (35.5) way back relay race, giving Bradford 2 congratulations from Gerald Pet- '. '.1 ; .,i<, ; "
    and GHS (23) and Suwannee ((11)) tak- sophomores and a freshman on the taway Paul McKinney and others > a y; a-
    the after he supplied the highlight of the "" \
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    District meet for host BITS .., ,
    The Bobcat boys nipped Suwannee The boys mile relay crew of
    100-93 in a mild surprise with Santa Hawkins, Lane, Jones, and Ronald
    Fe third at 72, Bradford fourth with Davis also had its finest hour going ,..... . ..... .. .. ... ... .. .
    57,and GHS((49) and Eastside (30)) brInging under 3:30: for the first time with a
    up the rear. 3:29.3: clocking for second. That was MO HunllM-) Perry IBu) 404 record.. 4) BARRY WARREN BHS) 42.9... 6>
    A pair: named Hawkins led Brad- under the previous meet record but KENNY DeWITT BHS) 43 0M -1
    ford last week. Sophomore Pam Suwannee burned a 3:27.7: to win. "It I) Cousins(iBu 2:02 8...4) RICHARD WAR-
    Hawkins qualified to Region in 4 we put it all together we could down to REN (BHS 2 07.7. Mil).M.4Uy ad.v1) Eastside(
    events.: After winning the long jump 3:27: or better" Loper said of the 4 x 3'340MO...
    1) HERBERT HAWKINS (BHS) 224 ties
    she was upset in the 100 placing only meet record)... 3) DONNIE BANKS(BHS) :23 S I .-
    third but the BHS record-setter came 440.Also for BHS Jones qualified for Mil*. I) Enlrek (IBu) 10:18.1...81)CURTIS JONES
    back with a veangence to win the 220 Friday's Region test with a 4th in the (BUS)no lime.Mil..l.r 1)Suwannee3:27.7(new ...
    meet record), 2) BRADFORD (A. Jones, Lane,
    and 440 with ease. Older brother 100, Banks advanced in the 100 and 220 Hawkins R.Davis) 3:29.3.:
    Herbert Hawkins a senior, also with 3rds Hawkins was 3rd in the
    qualified in 4 events and pulled off long jump, senior Richard Warren ClHi Tee,., Sc.i.ii 1) Buchholz (Bu) 127, I)
    the day's most stunning upset when took 4th in the 880, Davis moved on BRADFORD Bits) 97, 3) Santa Fe (SF) 30 0. 4) .,' ia
    Eastude 335, I) GainesvUle HS (1C) :23, 6))
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    Ford coming off the turn to win the Barry Warren qualified with a 4th in Winner......BIN pi..... :
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    West took home fourth place honors. the weekend. Claude Hardee. Tyrone Mathews and e ,,J :
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    bracket to beat Transportation-Finanace 17-16 and 9-6 for an all-day feast that also included barbecued ., 7 Coupon good only at stores displaying this decal j46 I
    was Roger Donley at.706.Joe Bruce 683, Ronnie Homer chicken, hot dogs, and cold drinks. '.. .

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    Lake City's Church of God stormed through the win- Calvary Baptist of Starke 35-8, 1st Methodist of Starke 4 Mlddl burg 2562 Blanding Blvd.

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    Starke 15-14 In the finals to win a men> church tournament -. against the 2 losses to Lake City. .
    held for the Brooker Elementary PTA in Brookerthe Westwood took third place but Presbyterian of Starke I
    weekend! of April 2324. Tourney was 4th with 2 wins and 2 losses and Starke's lit 1I
    MVP Larry Yates hit .786 for the champs. Methodist was 5th with a 1-2 record. 1\
    Leading Kingsley Lake was Home Run trophy winner Shane Johnson hit a crisp .777. David Wager .643 and # \
    Curtis Crawford, who hit 2 out and batted .545 for the Darrell O'Neil .500 for Presbyterian. They counted
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    Lawtey Blue. Chad Mullins doubled for the wasn't the only big bat for the win- last Inning to score a 15-10 win over for St. Edwards was Mark Gumber's 26-6 and Presbyterian Edwards lft-3 in 'B' softball -

    Monday.May 3 Dodgers. ners. Richie Barnes was 3-3 with 2 Pine Level Baptist at Westside 3-3 night. against St.

    Lawtey Gold nipped the Mets 7-8 30 doubles Paul Akridge and Billy Big sticks for Presbyterian were at Westside. with
    Friday April 4-for-5 an in-
    and the Giants topped the Dodgers 6-2 The Mets topped Brooker 11-5.and Heavner both 3-4 with a triple. and Buddy Paterson 4-for-5 with 2 triples Monday March 3 Sam Bassett homer was Jack Griffis tripled

    Monday night. the Dodgers squeezed past the Braves Robbie McRae 2-4 with a home run. and 2 doubles. Darrell O'Neal 3-5 witha Pine Level's Lloyd Allen and the-park 3-3 with a double.
    Billy Gault's run in the bottom of 5-3 at Pratt St. For Gold Robert Wilkerson was double, Larry Saucer 3-5, Woga 3-5. Robert Alvarez scored in the top of Al Sumner was went 2-3 with a double

    the 6th pushed Gold past the Mets Hal Davis ripped a triple, Mitch 2-2 with a double and Jamie Crews Larry Paterson 3-4 with a home run the 6th to give Pine Level a hard- Clyde Arnold scored 5 times for

    Monday night in Lawtey. Quinn Gray scored 3 times and the Mets pit- slapped a double.In and double and Hill 2-3 with a double. fought 6-5 victory over the Jr. Stars at and R.

    Adams was 3-for-3 and John Berry 2-3 ching staff limited Brooker to 3 hits the game at Lawtey Timmy For Pine Level Wayne Blankenship Westside Field. Smyrna.

    with a triple for the winners, with while striking out 10. David Lizenbee, Seeley had a field day with 3 hits 2 3-4 with a triple and double, Greg Leading Presbyterian Darryl
    doubleIn O'Neal Rex Siemer Shane
    with 3-3
    Alvarez 3-4 a 2-3.
    Greg was ,
    Russ Miscally, Jamey Crews, Allen Eddie Jo Hildebran home runs and a triple-to spark Blue Alvarez and Buchalter 3-4. and
    Siegmund Kirby ,
    while R. DavisMom's Johnson and Bakken both 3-4.
    the Gary
    winning inning
    Wood, and Kim Gowens adding base and Eric Noegel added base raps for wer the Dodgers. Malachi Jenkins Hollenbough 2-3 with a double.

    hits. Jason Crews homered, Mitch the winners while S. Starling was 2-2 .ind Higginbothom also homered. Smyrna was led by R. Griffis and Al ...

    Gray was 2-3, and Jamey Carver and M. Stilwell 1-3 for the losers. SaverThis

    Brian Davis, Kirby Jo Hildebran, andDavid The Dodger had to rally from 3 Memory

    Lizenbee added hits for the down but did it
    runs they as Dewey
    Green Fans 18
    Mets. Williams and Randall Polk cracked Stacey very spedal photo album by Hallmark will

    Robbie McRae slammed a homer late-inning doubles. Williams was protect Mom's favorite pictures. "A mother is the
    and double, Paul Akridge went 2-3
    2-for-3 heart of the home" is the message on the cover
    with double
    a and Jason Roebuck,
    For 1st-Place WishboneStacey Convenient refill pages can be added. $11.25

    Birthday and spedal occasion record book, just

    Green pitched a 3-hitter and Dixie
    fanned 18 to lead Wishbone of Lawtey

    LI. coun High Sc ho& past the Olympians 10-2 at Westside homer and double, and Gerald Brown & '

    Field in Starke Tuesday afternoon.The 2-3 with a homer and triple to lead "
    win pushed Wishbone to 3-0 in
    INTERNATIONALCHAMP.ONSHIP Lawtey Wishbone to a 7-3 victory over : T
    league play and into first place by the Merchants in Lawtey..

    Dory Funk Jr. ( ( themselves while the previously Mike Gowens was 2-4 for Wlshobone

    N Vereue 4 \\ unbeaten Olympians slipped to 2-1. and Lee Austin, Stacey Green, Clinton CZ'C

    Sweat Brown Sugar 1 Green got 8-hit support in the game Jenkins, and Danny Manning added
    with Lamar Crews and Sean Robinson

    singles. For the Merchants Steve !) 4 .S
    BRIAN BLAIR going 2-for-4 with a double apiece, '. .
    S Michael Gowens Gerald Jones homered and tripled Brad -:. C : .
    Versus 1-1. Brown Green was 2-4, and Russell Smith, Hal q.

    DEREK DRAPER 1-2. David Bass 1-2 with a double, and Wood, and Randy Alldredge had hits. ..-.
    Jeff McClellan For -
    JIM OARVIN 1-2. the OlympiansD. -.< '

    Hamilton, D. McKinney, and Mike
    Versus Thursday, April 29
    had the hits.Monday .
    TERRY ALLEN baseman Pairote Srivibul

    FUNK H'ROMATSUDA S socked a triple and 2 doubles and cat- ?/t: .,
    May 3
    Venn cher Keith Kehoe added 2 doubles as ,
    The Merchants layed claim to their
    Olympians beat the Actions 12-2.
    first win with 7-3 decision
    a over
    Wise and Hicks
    Brooker. Gary Troy BUBBA DOUGLAS the winners other hits while Greg -
    David Black stroked a double, ---- --- -
    v Venus Wtlkerson David
    Williams Glenn
    Friday \ CHRIS MARKOPP Steve Jones was for-4, and winning ,
    Barnes, and Reggie Jackson stroked
    (( May 7 ))1 pitcher Hal Wood went 1-1 for the winners base raps for the Actions. The Office Sho

    sale at Brooker Paul Kish was 3-4

    J'8:3O: P.M. j Tickets on with a double, and K. Simmons was Standing! 110 W. Call St. Starke, FL ('dCl..
    Bradford High School WI.hloo_ 2 5OIyn.plsna
    County 2-4 with a triple. La"" *:' 9645764Graduate

    A l.n.
    Friday April 30 Md.h..,. '"* _-sw------ ---
    Lamar Crews was 3-for-4 with a .,_kot "

    Legal Notices.- r '111 ,
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    prehonslve the
    regular meeting ot notice Is hereby given point In the Easterly right'ment; walkIncoolerfreezer
    FOR REZONINGAND > of 1975 a* provided for In the School Board.Env.lop.s ERRFRULKNER
    that the '
    undersigned of line and also
    AMENDMENT OF Chapter 163 of the way ; conv.clion -
    shall b. clearly
    THE LAND USE PLAN Susan Mary Senkbeil known as the point of oven, waitress station -
    Florida Statutes. marked the L
    on RR2 Box 403C, Melrose. curve, said curve being ; table chairs
    An ORDINANCE : ;
    amending TO All Citizens, Taxpayer that
    : It I I. a sealed bid for Fla. 32666. '
    the sole owner concave to the North andWest booths; salad and #
    Comprehensiveland and other Interested Health REAL

    Insurance doing business
    under the with a radius ofll.914.16feetandatotal display
    Use Plan Element cases:
    Package.The ,firm name of CeramicMarketing
    and Mop by Bradford You and each of You School Board microwave oven; drink

    County Florida, In accordance or. h.r.by and herewith reserve the right to reject Associates, ,central angle of 14.dispensers, gift, shop == ; O64-S065 ml
    address degrees 35' 0'1 thence floats and
    with the local same as above, ; displays; cash
    given notlc. In accordance any and all bid. )
    Government Comprehensive intends to along a bearingand (;register; miscellaneous
    register said .,.
    with Florida DONE this 27th day of II\"
    fictitious distance of North 29 mall wares, signs.
    \ Planning Act Statute that the Board April. 1982. name under the GIFrr IDEAS
    of 1975 as provided for In of County: Commis.slon.rs SCHOOL BOARD aforesaid statute. degrees 48' 33" bit Has been filed againstyou -

    Chapter 163 'of 'the" of Bradford OF BRADFORD Dated this 27th day of 526.36 feet to the point and you are required --

    Florida Statute County 'Flotyda -,APClLl8J! >,Jn .Bradford.:.9f ..9i'"linll': ...th.e..'..:.."!ri. a p'yof.lo'tr '" 221 Lafayette AcrossfrrnWshbane
    '. ; ", JfSbve S ? 7COONTY along bearing written defenses 1* OFFICE HOURS
    TO\ All Citizens, Taxpayers designated the Bradford S By J.T. Parrish County, S a"chordS ,. any
    and other Interested 4/29 4tpd 5/20 North 26 degrees 54 33" to. It on EDGAR W. Me- Get Your Grad Monday Friday' 5 Saturday e. 12 noon

    Persons. County Zoning and Plan. Chairman ................................ East 640 feet; thence CURRY: JR., plaintiffs attorney -
    ning Board to conduct a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT whose address !
    South 63 degrees 5' 27"East
    You and each of You
    5/62tchg5/13 BEAUTIFUL Building lot on West Madison St.
    are hereby and herewith public regular meeting hearing held at at'a.'J.... ...........................' EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 84.36 feet to the I I.. 2626 Independent SomethingS 3 BEDROOM FRAME close to town below S20.000

    given notice In accordance the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA IN Westerly right of way Square, Jacksonville, APPROX. 22 A. Chicken farm. 3 BR, 2% BA home.
    730 In County
    with Florida p.m. OF BRADFORD COUNTY AND FOR BRADFORD line of the Seaboard AirLine Florida 32202, on or for College
    God:>> term
    meetingroom -
    Statutes that the Boardof FLORIDA I COUNTY Railroad thence before May 27. 1982 and -
    Bradford County ; EXCELLENT FINANCING on this 3 BR. I'/ BA brick
    County Commissioners Civil Action No. 82169In .CIVIL ACTION South 16 degrees 32' 30"West file the original with the home.
    Courthouse, Starke, Case No. 8281In Clerk of this Court either,
    of Bradford Florida Tuesday May re the marriage of 650.62 feet along 'ETHoricu SARATOGE HEIGHTS: 3 BR 1 '/. BA C/8 t$% down.
    County ,!Florida,* have LUCY AZONOS Wife and re: The Matter of sold Westerly right of before service on plaintiff's .
    15 BEAUTIFUL ACRES 125 with ,
    25. 1982. and make a \ on! Hwy. planted pines.partially
    the Adoption of MED.
    designated the Bradford ARTURO AZONOS Hus. way line; thence North attorney or Immediately Sar fenced. Terms
    recommendation the
    and Planning to band. FORD WILLIAM SMITH. 63 degree 5' 27" West thereafter, SHOP
    County Zoning
    Board of County Commissioners 49 ACRES. several old buildings, nice trees. SPRING.
    .Board to conduct a" and the NOTICE OF ACTICN NOTICE OF SUIT 201.44 feet to the point, otherwise a default will "oc. s. 2000 SQ. FT. C/B house, almost completed on 3 acres.

    public hearing at'a Board will consider TO: ARTURO NO PROPERTY of beginning. Containing be entered against you 554 i'llReal -........-..................
    regular meeting held at',' on AZONOS. residence', TO: JOHN TAYLOR 2.099 acres. For a pointof for the relief demandedIn r to... '.
    C/B Home nice lot $33.000.
    Monaine \ on good neighbors
    : ,7r SHAFFER GENERAL the Complaint.
    7:30: p.mj' In the!. County.'I the*same ..I lcf( p r bee at: unkown. reference beginning w 2 STORY large home on 3 acres out of Slarke.
    CommlStlo'h 'meeting J'f', >OIM ARE ,NOTIFIED DELIVERY Flolwoods at: the NEW corner of the I I I WITNESS my hand and -, .r'
    & WOOD t STUCCO 2 BR home 4 Almost
    10:00 on acres. new.
    room,', Bradford County, ii.'tn'&in.9'dI"& tIdt.dn. action for Kentucky 41139. YOU above described tract the seal) of this Court on
    .r.ladn _.._..__... '' APPROX 100 ACRES less than $1,000 per acre. Good
    Coo rttcovs.**S arke; : : tySSOlOflON OF MARRIAGE ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thence along ...aldW..t.rly April 23. 1982.
    on'' MoyJ)L The .rezoning: : jo' 9tfl.1' that an action for the' Gilbert S. Brown terms.
    Florida, Tuesday hast been filed of'
    following described property right way BRICK, 3 BR, 1'lA, almost. new home. 1"'
    25, 1982 and make a and the and yoi) aro quiriad"'p'' matter of the adoption of I'line of the Seaboard AirLine As Clerk of the assumable
    amending mortgage.
    recommendptlo/i! to thej.Comprehr} lve* land, se/ire ,,' copy' of "your, MEDFORD WILLIAM Railroad. North 16 Circuit Court Estate Buys LARGE 5 SHAFFER has been filed BY: Marian McKae
    Board.oC defenses
    Commissioner written 32' 30"
    ony" degrees East 133 CHICKEN
    Us* Plan to provide. that LAYER fA M with ever 30 acres of pasture
    *) ;3andIthi W It"'on petitioner'Rt., 1 against you and you are feet; thence South 89 Deputy Clerk land. Terms.
    Board will' consider I land n qitenttRSF.I y >Uotied Box Starke required to serve a copy 4/29 2tchg 5/6
    on 906 Florida degree 53' 20" East .
    and designated by LAND 40 ACRES, beautiful oak trees new fence on 3
    Jun. 7 1982 '8204 W'beforeMuhe.U your written defenses 503.9 feet -- -
    Monday at x>f to the Northeast side Terms.
    the sowle jthe, planti psijRurol ilS82'and: -file. 'the If any to It, on the plaintiff .
    idlcl'place? a} corner of the SW :
    Floriland Ii 19'10 ACRES. :3 BR, I BA C/B home. Large barn. 10%
    10.fid: OOjprdlnance( *io Cl, and 'designated! Intently j t Original with the clerk of attorney and address whosename is 1/4 of Section 26, jftf Realty VA assumable mortgage

    relating' to: Commercial, 'theprop.111y ,this court; eithec before DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A. Township 5 South Range Phone 964-7700 STUCCO. 3 BR. 2 BA. CH/A with extra lot In low $30'..
    The f4zoi\lng\ of tUfollowing. service: or' 22 East. :
    r on petitioner S '
    FRAME HOME Pratt
    bf Work V. on Street repair.
    .descr>bed pro" *OlIn described as Immediately thereafter; P.O. Drawer 1030. And together with: ;, 393 N. Temple Avenue, Starke. Fl. lOOxISO Building lots corner of Washington I Cherry
    party and amending 1h4 'otherwise a Judgment Florida 32091 stainless steel fre.er.cooler .
    Comprehensive'\ Land)allow: 11.2 acre. will be entered for .the ((904)964-9701) and file ; electric and/or I I BUYING OR SELLING.PROPERTY Streets.
    CARjj SOLD
    located'1 'one-half mile 1 DAY <|>>d 'location
    Use Plan to provide that relief demanded In the the original with the' broiler TALK TO A REALTOR
    gas :
    West of Slarke at Intersection 30'/t LOVELY ACRES Pasture, < acres beautiful pine
    clerk 600 ft. wood frame
    land currently loned OR petition. the above styled miscellaneous shelving sq. bldg.. well septic tank. In coun
    ; .
    .of Hwy 100 nice 3 BR. 1 BA. brick.
    court on or before try. Ideal for small at home business or residence.
    and WITNESS hand and
    designated by the May stainless
    griddle steel
    : my ;
    Jontf IQOA In" Section 30 Reduced In Price. 4 BR home of with 7 NICE ACRES Hwy. 301 South Terms.
    plan a* Rural Residentialbe the seal 1 of this Court on 28, |982: otherwise a salad hood fire out city 200' on
    Township 6 South, Range judgement be prep.; ; 301. Ideally suitable for In-home business. 2'/i ACRES with D.W. plus. built on's Fish pond. Partially .
    rezoned 'cG.' anddesignated April 9. 1982. .
    to may extinguisher hot
    22 Eof. parcel 4200. entered Acreage. 57 ec. farm. 3 BR home, extra small cottage fenced.
    GeneralComrnercial Gilbert S. Brown against you for food table
    4200-00100 and 4203 for the r.lI.f demanded ; plastic dish, plus 2 outside bldg.. Same financing. Fenced good grade CROSBY LAKE 100' let, on water with dock and terms.
    the Clerk of the Court In
    proper'ty Mobil. Home tale and S the containers; dishrocks; rood off paved road, only te this farm. Very picturesquearea. ONE A3 SOLD!> '00 W.
    of Hale described Beulah complaint or '
    D.M. services. By: Moody peti vegetable sllcer, sllcers; S YOU SHOULD SUthnlc., house on 3 acres. Beautiful

    a* follow: 3.23 acre You are further given Deputy Clerk j tion.WITNESS mixers; stainless steelwork 15 Acres. Goad financing. Jorge oak trees, epprox. 2 tree

    located two mile Southof NOTICE that a copy of,.'.............4/29.......4tpd......5/20.....4(,the seal of said my hand Court and tables; can opener; miles from Slarke. BESSENT ROAD. 3 BR. 2 BA. Fireplace, fence decks.
    Storks on the East tide aid oroDoted OR on'I safe; heat lamps: 2 5 Acres with assumeble mortg. at 10'/ % Has partial Excellent buy.

    of Hwy 301 In Section 7.Township DINANCE available for PUBLIC NOTICE April 21, 1982. comp sink; dishwasher; built barn. NICE HOUSE. Corner lot. Southgate.
    7 South Range The BRADFORD Gilbert S. BrownAs air-conditioning 3 Acres. No Improvements.
    'your Inspection at the office I LOOKING FOR I INVESTMENT Ask to
    22 East, parcel 4753 anda of the Director of COUNTY SCHOOL Clerk of said Court 2 Acres with 3.. block home to e qualified buyer good property. see our

    portion of ..4739 for BOARD Storks Florida i By: Marian McKae .S financing. No. 14.12. .

    general commercial use. Zoning and Planning, 'will hold PUBLIC HEAR.S As Deputy Clerk ,S .'t,. Double Wide custom built home, lot size rx12S'< VERY VERSATILE BLDG. Hwy 301 North. Call for
    Bradford Courthouse '
    S You or. further given County -'I ING ON PROPOSED 4/29 4tchg 5/20 S. ..;. Room te expand and grow garden. T Ac. with 3 BRhome. detail
    Starke. Florida. ONI ACRE Hwy. 100 S. Has driveway.
    NOTICE that a of BOARD RULE ADDITION'VN'THE'CIRCU'IT'COURT. large garage and storage .r...
    copy S
    said proposed OR* Each and every Person 4124, JOB DESCRIPTIONFOR BRADFORD COUNTY Evenings: Please CallVernle LET US SELL YOU the Versatile Service' Station building

    having any Interest DIRECTOR OF PER S Odem BrokerGRI next to Courthouse.
    DINANCE I Ie available for .
    whatever. In the enactment ,SONNEL SERVICES &FLORIDA. Phone'* .S476. PERRYMAN PROPERTY would make nice office com.
    your Inspection at the office Case No. 82-98 CA
    of proposed| .
    J.R.Kelly Asseclete pie*
    ol the Director of HORNE'S INTERNATIONAl .
    should A5'SOLDus.
    ORDINANCE appear ONE Wilson Road.
    Zoning and Planning and be heard at the INC., a Floridacorporation. --- JUST THI TIME
    RIGHT to buy this lovely brick home
    on May 17. 1982.
    Bradford County Cour- ,
    thou... Slarke Florida. time and place prescrib at 7 P.M., In the School. SERGIO AGUILO Plaintiff et ol.vs.. A GOOD SMALL REAL with swimming pool.

    Each and Person ed. Board Room of the Brad-,Defendant GOOD LOCATION wa'k to everything. Fenced yard. 9
    every BOARD OF BRADFORD ford Schools Administration lit frame. Owner financed.
    whatever In the enactment Office, 582 .DEFENDANT WI HAVE LOTS |lust off Old Lawtey Read.
    BUILDING LOT Westmoreland 5Ir.et.J .
    North Temple Avenue on
    of this proposed SERGIO
    BY: Gilbert. S. Brown Starke. Florida. AGUILO. ACRI building/ ..
    ORDINANCE should Residence
    opo.pear : Unknown
    Clerk Copies of this Proposed ftdcLYJir 130 ACRIS. Hwy. 12$. Price reduced for cash.
    and be heard ol the ) and all other who

    time and place prescrib ......." 1tcho.S/6J........'" Rule 6220.1 may be be concerned: YOU may ARE I 6 ACRI BEAUTIFUL LAND. Hwy. 237 with septic tank
    "NOT'ICE obtained from theSuperintendents and light pole. .
    ed. { .
    BOARD Of BRADFORD OF TAKING BIDS Office on action to foreclose that a ) ONE ACRI nice IV. IA. brick home lake Butler .r_.

    COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FOR at 582 North Temple 7F CANAL LOT. New* the time to buy.

    HEALTH INSURANCE Avenue, Starke Florida. purchase real money mortgage SUe ttr. MOBILE HOME ON ONI ACRI near lake Butler.
    on property In
    This I I' In Term.
    compliancewith S
    BY: Gilbert S. Brown Bradford County '
    Clerk Florida Statute, S NICE ACRIS with tree and fix up home. Morgan
    | a security S
    The SCHOOL BOARD Chapter 120.94 a*I Rood.
    ItchgS/6' agreement encumbering When it comes to finding a good small real ''
    i .. OF BRADFORD COUNTY. enacted by the '1974 estate investment nothing' 6 ACRIS wfth flic up house on Hwy. 12S.IVt .

    NOTICE OF APPLICATION FLORIDA. will accept Florida S legislature. certain ty In Bradford personal County proper. Is more important than first hand knowledge of the neighborhood. ACRES with owner financing. High end dry.

    FOR REZONING sealed bid from Thomas L. Casey Jr. Florida a* follow: We have that knowledge. We can find what TOP NOTCH DAY CAR CINTIR. Oaod Income.

    AND AMENDMENT OF qualified Insurance companies Superintendent of School Part of the NC 1/4 of You're looking for. We're your neighborhood 20 ACRIS pest pasture and pert wooded.

    THE LAND USE PLAN for a Health Insurance Bradford County School WATERFRONT LOTS-Crosby and Sampson takes.
    An ORDINANCE Pock.All ..' Board! NE 1/4 of SW 1/4. Section 21. :CENTURY 21 office. And CENTURY 21 Is the Owner financing.Houses.
    omending -
    26. Township S blQ' name In small real
    estate .
    Investments. and
    the sealed bid must 4/29 2tchg 9/4 Apartments Far SentProperty

    land Use Comprehensive Plan Element be received In the Office ',.......;......,............,...1 South Bradford Range County 22 East, ''Neighborhood Properties Inc., REALTOR ((904)) 9645231AMERICA'S Management Service

    and Mop by Bradford of Michael' Reddish NOTICE OF INTENTION Appraisal'
    Florida. .
    being More
    County Florida In accordance Director of Business, TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS described particularly NUMBER 1 TOP SELLER. CENTURY 21!" Susan M. Faulkner.REALTOR. 4-Soe9
    with the local I before 7:30 PM on July NAME follow: C) IMir. H1A.W1fJe l ,.,I1'Bi1"MMTlTowl.Corporsuon.. ..l AND >" *TiD. Irene I. Faulkner RIAlTOR-ASSOOATe.U4-S142.

    Government Com- I,. 1963. Bid will be Pursuant to Section Commencing at a Century 21 I Real Estate Corporwton Iru.u.Equal for Housing the'NAP Opportunity 1&.rd TM-it>.adamaks> of Lucille Spry. BROKER SALESMAN.'"....20

    opened that evening at 865.09, Florida Statute. ., Herb W........ASSOCIATE.,B4-t..

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    I 1 County Schools Compete in Fitness TestLawtey I Kingsley Lake Takes Top Spot in 4A' 'I

    Kingsley Lake Baptist squeakedpast Kingsley Lake got just 5 base hits, 2

    Elementary School's boys oyi High Scorer for School' Girl. Brood Jump- 1)) Lashon HolderL the Starke Stars and then beat Church 'A' of them by both second baseman

    and girls won the team events as all 5 BrookerKevlnStarling 525 ( ), 2)) Roberta Williams\ (L), 3)) 1st Baptist to push into 1st place aloneIn David Gaines and pitcher Dennis
    Bradford County elementary schools Hampton- Brad Snow 543 Shaun Butler (L), 4) Andrea KnightSS Starke 'A' Church Softball.At Kingsley Lake turned back 1st Bap- Crawford, but made good use of 6

    met at Bradford High School Friday, LawteyTommy Pomlerau 576 ( ). 5-0 Kingsley Lake is a game up tist 20-7 Monday night. Stars errors to jump out to a 5-0 lead ,
    April 23, for a Physical Fitness Meet SouthsideWillis Chandler 557 Boy 80 Yard Doih1)) Harold on the Stars (4-1) with 1st Baptist nextat For the Stars Scott Hudson was and hold on The stars rallied back I

    hosted by Starke Elementary StarkeHarold Chandler 566 Chandler (SE), 2)) Tommy PomerlauL 2-4 after Tuesday's games. 3-for-3 with a homer, John Thompson and had the tieing run at second base I
    Contestants from each school tested ( ), 3)) Chris Dinkins (SE),-4) Reggie 3-3, and Mitch Williams 3-4 with a dou- with 2 outs in the last Inning but Leroy

    their fitness In different 8 events. Top 4 'In Event Sheffield (SE). '<. .' Tuesday May ble, while losing Calvary had Dale Ennis handled a sharp grounder to I' I

    Lawtey's boys totaled 3342 points to Boy Situpc 1)) Mike Jackson (SE), Girl 50 Yard Dah-1) Anita Jackson 1st Baptist used 2 home runs by Jim Bedford go 23. end the game.
    edge Southside, which scored 3282. 2) Sid Russell (H), 3) Devin JacksonSS (SE), 2)) Lavon Holder (L), 3) Jill Lewis and solid defense to overpower1st Kingsley Lake was led by Curtis For the Stars, who had 8 hits, Scott

    Starke Elementary tallied 3240, ( ), 4) Mitch Gray (SE). Strickland (L), 4) Tracey Mosley (L), Methodist 10-2 in 'A' action Tues- Crawford 3-4 with an in-park-homer Hudson and James Curtis were both
    Hampton Elementary 3142, and Girl Sirup- 1) Rachel Tyson (SE), Boy 600 Yard Run1)), Harold' Dennis Crawford 3-5 with an IIIR and 2-4. Hudson had an ih-the-park l homer '
    Brooker 2803. 2) Charmine Wilkerson (L), 3) Tam- Chandler (SE), 2) Reggie Sheffield day.For 1st Baptist Lewis was 2-for-3, triple Coolidge Gassett 3-4 with a to right and John Riggs went the ':

    In the girls race Lawtey scored my Peeples ((8), 4)) Jill StricklandL (SE), 3)) Tommy Pomerlau (L), 4) Jimmy Prevatt 3-3 with a triple and home run, and Roger Bennett 2-4 witha same way for an RBI triple to the

    3409, Starke 3348, Southside 3286, ( ). Jerome Addison (L), double Mark Patray 3-4 with a double homer. Also, Leroy Ennis was 3-4 fence.
    Brooker 3200 and Hampton 2977. Soy ShuHlo' Run1)) Robert Nichols Girl' 600 Yard Run. 1)) Anita JacksonSE Craig Sapp 2-4 with a triple, Mike and Darren Hardee 2-3 Calvary came up with 3 runs in the )1 j

    Below are the high scorers from (L) 2)) Lance Wiggins: (SS), 3)) Mike ( ), 2) Lanell Donnelly (SS), 3) Hartley 2-4 with a double, and Rick For 1st Baptist Jim Lewis went top of the 7th to score its victory. Mike
    each school and top 4 In each event: Jackson (SE), 4) Jimmy Long (H). Rachel Tyson ((5)), 4) Jill StricklandL Steyens 1.1 with a triple. For 1st 3-for-3 with 2 home runs Wilbur Ames was a perfect 4-for-4 and Eddie /

    Girl Shuttle' Run1) Roberta ( ). Methodist Pat Mundorff was 3-3, Waters was 3-4 with a double and Frampton 2-4 to pace the winners i I

    Girl.High Scorer for Schools Williams (L), 2)) Lashon Holder (L), Boy Pullup-1) Jason Johnson (SE), Barry Thomas was 3-3 with 2 doubles, Mike Hartley. 2.3.Thursday. while Jason Polk's 1-1 effort was best

    BrookerSondra Green 552 3)) Tangela Pittman (SS. ), 4) Nickie 2) John Berry (SE), 3) Brad Snow lUcky Johns 2-3 with a triple and April 29 for 1st Methodist. j
    HamptonTammy Peeplcs 561 Williams (L). (11),4)) Bernardo Biaz (un, Nelson Green 22.Monday. In the clash between league leaders >t.ndlr'>.. W.IKl j
    LawteyLashon Holder 585 Boyi Brood Jump-1)) Harold ChandlerSE Girl. Pullup- 1)) Jill Strickland (L), May 3 Kingsley Lake held off the Starke ,..l.till. ,., I

    SouthsidePeggy Pettaway 570 ( ), 2)) Franz Innocent (H), 3) John 2)) Julie Jackson (SE), 3) Donna The league leaders stayed hot Mon- Stars 8-7 and Calvary Baptist recorded iMrfKllw. >*.*i I

    StarkeRachel Tyson 573 Berry (L), 4) Kevin Sherman (L). Lackey (H), 4)) Diane Cardin (II). day night- the 2nd place Stars topped its first league win with a 6-4 victory III Ut M.ltiodllt yIN. '.' q\

    Calvary Baptist 15-7 and 1st place over 1st Methodist. C.I.." ",'I.' .t',. Ai-'l1!
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    Lawtey Suns, Phillies, and Minorhad with Noegel going 3-for-4 A leadoff Machine. Donnie Francis cracked a
    Lawtey Rangers are all deadlocked at Dixie single by Timothy Taylor for the In- Patrick Marks doubled, and r '**
    the top of the Minor League with 4-1 dians prevented a no-hitter. Jeff Carver, Reggie Sheffield, and Colline f' \
    league records. hits for the winners while Ron Siegmund added base hits in that win. f Softball

    The Suns were unbeaten until Tues- Zurfluh of the losers nearly reachedthe Thursday April 29 For the Blue Machine Ronnie doubled -

    day night May 4, when their fence with a double and Donnie The Tigers, Lawtey Suns, and and Kelley, and Stevie had hits.
    neighboring Rangers tagged them Francis and John Siegmund rapped Lawtey Rangers were winners Thurs- The Rangers topped the Indians

    with a 10-3 defeat in Lawtey behindthe day night 16-7 behind the 2 home runs of James Is Improved
    12-strikeout pitching of James hits.The Indians had it just as easy, piling In a battle for first place at McNeal and Mike Shuford's triple and Sports Editor:

    McNeal. In Starke the Phillies were 12 runs up in the 3rd inning of their Lawtey's Cobbie Field the Suns beat single. Also for the winners Jason .
    coasting past the Tigers 21-6 after the 26-9 win over the Twins. Emory the Phillies 8-2 with Wayne Prevatt Pilcher and Tommy Pomerleau

    Indians ((2-3) bombed the Twins 26-9. Prevatt and Jason Hersey both slap- slamming a home run and single, M. smacked doubles and Pomerleau, An-

    ped 2 doubles for the winners and An- Henderson tagging a triple, Kevin dre O'neal and Jerry Bradley had 2 ..Isn't it great that the Starke !Rec. Department's adult Softball leaguesare

    Tuesday May t dy Goodowns was 2-for-3 with a dou- Wise and Terry Berry doubles and hits each. Winning pitcher Alvin back up to strength? The Men's league, Church league, and Women's
    McNeal's 4-hitter and 12 K's was ble and James Long 23. For the Dale Norman Anthony Wood, and D. Jenkins didn't allow a base hit. league all have more good ballclubs in them than last year, with thewomen's
    backed by the Ranger hitting of Jason losers Ashley Alday went 2-3 with a Hunter singles for the winners. 'For ", league being especially balanced. That means better Softball to

    Pilcher 3-for-3 with a double, J. double Jamie Whitehead 2-2, and the Phillies Jason Smith had 2 hits, in- llindlngi,.....,I.no *.'J J 1 watch, fewer 27-3 blowouts, and more interest in the standings...
    Bradleny 2-3 with a homer, Ledalrom Ramona Tennant, Scott Duncan, cluding a triple, and Shaun Nichols r-hllll.t *
    Austin 2-3 with 2 doubles Andre Byron Bagwell and Jamie Bowen 1-1 and Jimmy Smith had singles. .....,tong.r. 4-1
    O'Neil 2-4 with a double, and himself John Siegmund scored 4 times to lndl.nl.. 2.2TI. 11 ...The BUS All Spoi'is Club's spring banquet for Tornado athletes is set for

    2-3 with a homer as the Rangers won. Friday, April 30 lead the Tigers parade around the Twin. 1-4 Thursday night May 20, at the Starke Golf and Country Club...

    For the Suns David Norman was 2-3- Winners Friday were the Phillies bases in a 26.8 win over Brooker Blue .lu.Mvcnlno. o4C
    with a homer and Craig Wise bounceda and Twins. ..Starkc's men's league leader 301 Quick Stop was third in a tourney in St.

    double.In Shawn Nichols tossed a 1-hitter and Augustine this past weekend. Blue Machine of Daytona won the tourney with
    Starke the Phillies sent 21 battersto struck out 7 and the Phillies used 6 I'alatka's Simmons A's runnerup...
    the plate and 17 runs across in the extra-base hits to blank the Indians

    4th inning to walk past the Tigers. 18-0. Jimmy Smith slapped 2 doubles, Sports Briefs J
    Winning pitcher Shawn Nichols rap- Brad Hamilton had a triple and Chris ( I Scott, Walker Home for Spring Break..

    ped a booming triple plus a double Simmons, Wayne Patrick, and Chris ..Two former Bradford High stars were back in town for a brief vacationover
    and Chris Simmons and
    B. Hamilton Noeael added doubles for the winners. the
    Spring break, namely Allen Scott and David Walker.

    1091995 05916 000703 08 0000 Scott was back visiting from Mars Hill College where he's playing football.
    KEYSIONE. DEVELS OF B BLOT PC BOX 23C40 The break fell right in the middle of Spring football practice for the I.lons( of
    nament held in Gainesville last Satur-
    16 IN ICE REPLAT Lawtey Cubs Mars Hill
    so Allen will back into the
    get well the books
    pads as as returning -

    ........1396..e..............'....-.."........IZO..O...........e.40---......!i2JJJ-- Are UndefeatedThe day.McDuffie continued to own the Jr. caught to a school.track meet A former at BITS BHS while football in town., wrestling, and track !>standout he
    1092151 25 15 2Z C600. 0001C5 05 OCOOR 150-pound division in the area, follow-
    Lawtey Cubs baseball team Walker back
    '51.I5 OLVC was in town for fair-lime after his junior season of basketballat
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    CON AI INI Of' 5 LlhE PO1'ITYIEk RO W11k SLY R/" hwY 21. RLi bombed the Starke Tigers 23-13 in up a in the University of New Orleans. The Privateers were 18-8 last and
    SLY eN El' R/" .J6.6Jo. E 19.6.S 63* 5J. [ T" LAKE. hELY Starke and then again 23-1 in Lawteythe ago with the Buchholz champion. The things are looking better for next David said year
    ON UKE 10 A PT '0. w Of 'EC Llt (. N I PAR to EC LINE other local was Brad Green, year a new 15,000-scat facility I
    t 202.0: TO S Rill PLATTED *. SVSc hilLY *"I >4"5"TB S Rill weekend before last to push their who champ Kids is being built for UNO use and he added "we've got everybody back." ,
    $ the
    RD. Oh V P09 record to 5-0. won division ((14 Walker i
    Of POINI VJEW liLY said he's unsure on what he'll do after his senior but he has
    APPRO. ..0. ON lA"EIt under) first year
    OR -a-72 prize.
    The Cubs withdrew from the Red-
    PAFC53DESC thoughts,of going overseas to play ball. .
    [ OR 139-690. HJ-51 & EI PARC SOLI! European pro .. .
    121.3. la4 .... "E.6 IU.aEj dick Rookies tournament last Billy Green, 'who trent to state 3
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    092554CA25-, --55--zz---060010100Q 00001C6.02 0600 manager weekend because C.J. Brown's of the mother death their but times In high school wrestling, and .,..Hats off to Coaches George Loner and t /122 onsivM RO BUS junior Tom Pierce won second mention list of who
    CON AI INI S LINE PIWIEN 1 E R/.. bR-ZI SLY ON E R/ 43E.60 they will be back in action on Satur- places, and Danny Nugent and people helped out with the Bradford national and
    E 657.38' TO FOB CONT i.dA N Iis,44k. 1555.40 185'' 1151 day, May 8, at Orange Lake and District track meets. '
    Donald Thornton placed 4th.:
    (27.91 thunder and
    ; lightning at the Invitational wiped out the last third of the
    ------ -- return home against Reddick Rookieson
    1095091 --2--8S--zi----C60ol-A-OCOOO 000707 08 0000 Sunday, May 9, and home again The BHS wrestlers went as a group event, including some races that promised to be dramatic, but the storm .
    000R NAY JAC" N E' AL PC 801 23(40ASSMI 15 with a squad from Middleburg highSchool. didn't wash out the good things that meet and the District's displayed. That
    May against Hawthorne On
    Of' LANes IN GEhEVA IIOOCS Jh AqEA 9000 May included
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    10;M04 25 SS 22 C6003-A-00001 000707 09 0000
    CUUrtlKAY JACK Et AL PO enl 2UO Lawtey team has a team bat-
    ASS OF lAhCS IN GENEVA hOOCS IA AREA SJRO ting average of .370 so far with B. Bradford Hospital's2Mile ...I said I wasn't going to get into that long list of volunteers who worked at

    (223.34. 11.71. .. 16.66...------.16.1...!..-. -.$76.56... ----- Strong leading the club with a .666 Run May 15 the itatlonal but didn't :Mrlba Johnson do a good job with the P.A. announcing -
    -i ;iz----; ; S--Z----? ; i:L16169FANScor20pc5: i iRleh'R 0000 average to date to go with 10 runs and ? That adds a classy touch to a track meet...
    S CRNALD S ISTlhE 12 RBIs. A. Kitties is hitting .500 with The Bradford Hospital Inc. will be

    LOI 5.l ACRES CJS 11 runs and 10 walks, J, Nichols is at sponsoring a 2-mile fun and health ..BITS trainer Kradey Grea-(house was inducted into the Florida Track '

    16$144.85EVA eDO054.15ShNE ,& se.4C. $165.09. .500 Willie McNeal at .454 with 13 run Saturday, May 15, in conjunctionwith Hall of Fame in a banquet ceremony at the Florida Ih.lay"Bradey has for .
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    1 omrz !szz ctooj-A-oitoi ooc/ce 02 COO runs, Jimmy Diggs at .400, T. Strong Hospital Week. years served as a trainer for the relays and many other meets at Percy _
    < UCH. H3S DONALD S 1 KRISTINC LU1 IRANSCQr'B RD and Willie Brown at .333, and C. The race starts in front of the Beard Track at UF and i is one of the most respected &: field trainers, in the :
    .9' AGES Johnson at even .300 with 9 RBIs. hospital on East Call St. at 9 a.m. world...
    LOT 16 Cf' GENEVA NC07S' IK st JNS CJSI'B.36
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    -----.--------- ------- ------------------ -------------- ---- 2-0 on the mound with Clark owning a ...Bradford County had two rmalisfs in the balloting; by the North Florida '-
    06003-eOl00 25 es place
    Ef1AL 1.82 ERA. Sports Hall .( Fame centered
    COudinsr Gainesville
    JACK f PC EOX 23CAO going to the top runners in male and in but neither was chosen. as
    Athlete of the Year his
    Ar,9ES in particular division.
    cl/2 CF2'i/2: OF SEc W Of SR !1 EX PAR IN MH CCR OF Ntl/A CF female age groups. Early registration theAmateur, division softball slugger Urn Carlton of
    2 Local Wrestlers was one S mare-
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    Ell PCB IN GENEVA OOQS while in the Professional division Pittsburgh Steeler footballer
    1 EX PARC IN sf COR BEtAG PORT OF OR Il-5 Champs at BuchholzLocal the entry fee set at $4. Late registration Larry Brown of SUrke was one o(4 finalists. Craig Beardsly. a UF swimmer '
    1310.91 9.11 16.01 (11.3 .3..6Z will be held starting at 8 a.m. on
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    10'!t35 Z5 as 22 06003-00101 000110 OA CCCO Brad Green won medals Gainesville were co-winners of the Amateur award while Atlanta Falcons
    COURTNAY JACK M ET AL PO dOX Z3C40 as Registration forms are available at 3-time All Pro punter John James,a former Gator
    U.UO ACRES pions of the Buchholz freestyle tour- the hospital. ,was the Pro award reciPient -
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    dMld., we ....ld.rqq. The Union County !

    B That Affect Residents of I Bradford, Union and day Counties > lrgrapl hr MONITOR TIM ES

    Thursday May 6. 1982

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    By Tony
    BCT Staff Writer "Sometimes the kids who are knownto .0".i ; .
    , contrast, these be classroom problems, turn out to .
    They present a
    eighty. and ninety-year-old residentsat be the best'ones at getting involved 1 ","WI:: .II' ,}If i3 x ,
    the Starke Nursing home, and the here. It's amazing." i
    grade school children, ages eight or She recounted a touching tale con- t1-
    nine. cerning one attachment last school
    And for an hour or so each Friday year. The students were away on 1
    morning, the 'generation gap"- their Easter break, and one of the :
    residents passed away. ; s f ft
    three and sometimes four generations -
    is bridged. "I took the little girl outside and we
    Students at Southside Elementary went for a walk. I explained that her
    School have been participating in the friend was no longer with us
    Adopt a Grandparent Program for anymore. We'talked about death and _
    about God. I had asked permissionfrom :
    two years now, and according to the
    nursing home's activity administrator the relatives to give this child a : %'
    Beverly McGee each keepsake, and they granted it. She
    group has benefitted from the ex was so happy to have it."
    perience. The program was initiated on the
    "It's been a beautiful experience premise that the elderly in our society a !'
    are potentially a rich learning ,.
    for all concerned said McGee. "The '1' ,
    residents truly look forward to the resource. Besides the 'old folks' tell. ,,
    children's visits." ing the children about the 'old a + h

    The student's involved are from times'the passing of the heritagethe I IIRC ,,, I
    children graduly became aware
    Mrs. Dee Paterson's and Mrs. TerriPrevatt's
    and acquired a sensitivity to all
    third grade sectibns.Parental '
    permission must be granted in aspects of the human life cycle,whichis ,a, ?l.
    order for students to participate in the essential to establish a realistic ,,. i 1//
    . program. perception of what life is about.It .
    " "The children really build attachments would be understatement to say V.rL
    to their new that the children have brought into
    n r "grandparents,."" McGee said. the home joy, happiness and in- ,
    "Nobody is assigned to a particular nocence to the lonliness of some of the
    1+? residents. The faces tell that,
    individual, they just come in and mix
    "'I could go on foreve about the ex- -
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    The residents, most of whom are good,some happy,some sad,"McGee 1.' )I IAr
    confined to wheelchairs, are broughtinto said. "The grandparents look forwardto iArStufleftt Y
    the home's common recreationroom. having the children visit them."
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    tional 199 years this week for killingan ding to Trooper B. A. Williams.
    2 Starke Men inmate by Judge Wayne Carlisle.
    Arrested In GainesvilleTwo Zamont, already serving a life Dana Lynn Cooper of Starke was
    sentence for murder also received 15 cited for failure to use due care in a
    Starke men were arrested years for stabbing an another Inmate. traffic accident south of Starke on TONITE
    after a fight April 24 In the Chelsea The sentence carries a mondatory 25 SR-100, April 27.
    Street Pub In the Oaks Mall In years In prison before possible parole. Cooper failed to reduce speed soon ONLY!
    Gainesville. In January of this year a Jury enough as she approached a pickup
    Carlton J. Faulk, 28. was chargedwith recommended a life sentence when driven by James K. Pickett of''
    aggravated battery and Mark J. they found Zamont guilty of murder. Alabama. Cooper locked her brakes
    Reddish, 20, was charged with aggravated Zamont stabbed Inmate Beryl Lewis and collided with the pickup causing
    assault, according to Deputy Bailey at FSP on Feb. 12, 1981.using a Pickett.to leave the roadway and turn
    John TUeston. homemade knife fashioned from a over. .
    Both men were accused of threatlng stainless steel serving spoon handle. Damage to the 1982 Chevrolet
    an employee of the Pub with a chair. Zamont also stabbed Barry AmosBaldwin pickup was $3,000 damage to yF 4
    They were released on their own In the back during the same Cooper's 1974 AMC was $800. according I PEOpt'
    recognizance the same evening. incident. Zamont maintained he was to Trooper D. C. Roberts.
    only protecting himself and would do
    it again. The state said the stabbingswere Robert Elisha Jones of Starke was
    Snake CanesRecovered planned and Zamont had taken cited for improper backing the
    in StarkeTwo the law Into his own hands. 10:20 p.m. accident at the Pep-O; elation -
    Zamont was originally sent to on US-301 April 29. .
    hand carved walking canes prison for first degree murder in Velma A. Mitchell of Starke was
    which were stolen from Harold Burchof Dade County. parked at the gas pumps when her I
    Archer were recovered May 1 in vehicle was struck by Jones who was
    Starke. The canes had been taken unable to see out his rear window I
    from Burch's car while he was at a Starke ManArrested becuase of a dog box and backed into'
    local tavern on US-301. One of the Mitchell.
    canes was valued at $3,000, the other For BatteryJackie There was no damage to Jones 1976
    one was valued at $900. Chevrolet pickup, damage to Mit
    Edward Edmond, 32, of
    Burch hand carves the canes to look
    Starke was arrested and chargedwith chell's 1976 Chevrolet was(050,accor-
    like a snake. They are so realistic he Patrolman N. Jackson.
    after ding to
    aggravated battery a
    has had bus drivers refuse to let him
    board their bus. He carves them shooting incident May 2. Danny Lynn Crawford of Starkewas
    scale by scale according to a feature Edmond and Leo Carter had an cited for driving while licensewas
    article which appeared recently in a argument which resulted in Carter suspended and failure to use due
    being shot in the right leg by a .38
    Gainesville accident US-301
    paper. care in an on May 2.
    No arrest have been made in the calibre handgun. Edmond said he Joseph Blaine Britton of Jacksonville
    the Bradford shot the victim twice in the leg and i ie
    theft, however County was attempting to turn right
    Sheriffs Department is coptinuing. held the gun to the victims head when he the trailer he was pulling was
    the investigation. stating to the victim "If you say struck by Crawford.
    word I'll kill Carter
    another you.
    Crawford skidded and crossed into
    KilledIn was taken to Bradford County the other lane of traffic then went into
    Inmate later he transfered to
    Hospital was
    the ditch flipping his vehicle upside
    Escape AttemptDanny Alachua General Hospital by Stat- down. Crawford stated he had been

    Ray Wendling,20, an inmateat Flight.Two bullets were found by X-ray to drinking, according to Patrolman W..
    Lake Butler Reception and Medical have entered the victims leg. Both Wilkinson.
    Center, was shot during an escape attempt bullets shattered the large bone above Damage to Britton's 1978 Dodge e
    truck and 1972 homemade was
    May 4. the knee.
    shot in the chest $100. Damage to Crawford's 1972 ..p
    Wendling was by a Edmond was placed in the Bradford
    tower guard as he crossed the outer County Jail under a $5,000 bond, according Chevrolet pickup was $2,000 in the
    fence surrounding the prison com- to Patrolman Jerry Miller. 1:15: a.m accident.No .

    pound about 10:30: a.m. The guard injuries were sustained by TONITE, MAY 7, 1982
    had fired a warning shot after' Hampton Man Margaret Jean Fontaine, Keystone

    shouting three warnings. Wendlingwas Arrested For BatteryCharlie Heights when she rolled her 1977 DOUBLETOP
    dead at the scene.
    Toyota on C-214 early Sunday morn
    Serving six years for unarmed rob- Clark, 24, of Hampton was
    bery in Duval County, Wendling arrested and charged with aggravated ing.According to the report from the VALUE STAMPS AND
    entered the prison system in August battery May 1. Clark Clay County Sheriffs Department,
    1980. Last April Wendling ecaped alledgedly used a sharp blade to cut Fontaine, was south bound on May 2 '
    from the Jacksonville Community LeRoy Patterson on the arm, accor- at 2:25: a.m. at approximately 45 mph BEEF PEOPLE BINGO TICKETSON
    Correctional Center but was cap- ding to Investigator Don Denton. when she lost control of her vehicle.
    tured the next day in Marion County Clark was placed under a $3,000 The dropped off the ALL PURCHASES
    T nn. He was placed in RMC on his bond, he was released on Toyota pavement
    slid sidewards
    into the ditch
    Florida. 9 P.M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT
    return to recognizance with the stipulation he and rolled completely over before
    Prison officials said the shootingwill stay away from Patterson. coming to rest in a private drive after
    be investigated as a matter of April 20 Clark was arrested for aggravated knocking down a gate. ONLY!
    routine. assault against Joseph H.
    Fontaine was cited for careless
    Rowe by Starke city police. Bond on
    Lake Butler Man that charge was set at $1,000, he was x
    Arrested For BurglaryRobert released on recognizance.
    G. Pina, 28, is in the Union
    County Jail under a $10,000 ton' LCI Inmate Escapes Keystone Heights woman was arrested -
    charged with two counts of burglary, April 28 by the Clay County
    two counts of grand theft and one Later Is RecapturedLawtey Sheriffs Department and charged
    count of dealing in stolen property.The Correctional Institution inmate with grand theft at Dampier's Drugs.
    charges resulted from the triple Richard G. Strickland escaped Judith L. Stanley, Rt. 3, Box 313,
    burglary of Ruckers Bar .4n Lake. -from ..--wort. squad j in Keystone I Keystone.Heights, .an employee alDampier's
    Butler sometime between April 3th Heights'May 8_t noon ppro t Drugs for several years t
    aqd 11, according to Investigator. j ly loUf 1atel''i"dd ;JJ'tl i' wa&bookad" into the Clay County Jail, *J jthen. t'
    Larry Cochran. "* "pickeduq'near Putrtian 1 Hall. v released on her own SWIfT PREMIUM WHOU R

    The three burglaries resulted in an Strickland, 19, of Brunswick, is ser- recognizance.
    excess of 12 cases of liquoir being ving 18 months for grand theft, he Investigator Brian Bishop said the CANNED HAMS
    stolen. Pina was identified as the would have been released October 23, arrest was the result of an Investigation
    man who sold the liquor first in Lake 1982,according to Superindent James into accounting irregularitiescalled .
    Butler then on two separate occasionsto Wainwright. to their attention by the ownerof
    an establishment in the Reno area Dampier's Drugs, John Dampier.. $99
    in Starke. Seven cases of liquor were Traffic AccidentsGilbert Bishop said that during the periodof 3-LB.
    recovered May 3 in Starke and the their investigation, which lasted CAN SAVE
    owner of the establishment in Reno D. Jones 45, of North about a month, his department
    identified Pina as the man who sold it Carolina, was cited for improper documented a little over$100 missing.. $2"w..o
    to him. change of lane in the 8:45 a.m. acci-
    According to Investigator Don Den- dent on US-301 north April 26. A larger amount was reported
    ton the Bradford County Sheriffs Office Margaret A. Little of Ocala was missing over a longer period of time,
    will file additional charges northbound when her vehicle was but Bishop said that it could not be BRAND USDA CHOKE
    against Pina. struck by Jones as he attempted to definately attributed to the suspect by ONIUSS BOTTOM
    change lanes to avoid a slow moving, his department. t
    FSP Inmate Zamont vehicle In front of him. Little's vehicle ROUND ROAST xl''
    struck in the front.
    Gets 199 Years More was right FLORIDA ..;.. .
    Damage to Little's 1980 Mercurywas
    Floida State Prison Inmate Felix $400, damage to Jones' 1979 Mer-' .

    Zamont, 22,was sentenced to an addi! cury stationwagon $200 accor- THEATREStarke 964-5451 Le. $199 SAVE 1

    Fri., Sat., Sun.
    " ObituariesVelma,
    JACK LEMMONmissing



    Velma J. Maahs, 74, died Survivors Include a daughter. Mrs.,. RIB EYES
    Thursday April 29, In Dayton Ohio. Dorothy Watson, of Dayton; a son. 4
    A member of Henry Maahs, of Dayton; four grandchildren -' .
    vent Church Mrs.Maahamovedback and four great ,
    to Dayton over a year ago having lived grandchildren. /J'I, 99
    for eight years at 302 S. Church St.Funeral services were held on Mon-. :
    Starke. day, May In Dayton. LB.

    Card of Thanks lions of sympathy, food, flowers and MMLlNe I ,
    thoughtfulness will always be
    Our recent sad I loss I leaves us with .
    grateful thanks towards neighbors remembered.andtrlends.Theircomfortingexpres LATE SHOW < SUPIMRAND GRADE "A"
    mlly of Dewey Bennett

    Friday, May 7 a LARGE EGGS

    In Memory I pray th ere's a way that somehow
    In Memory of my piece. Deborah you will know that I keep in touch with It takes all kinds of it 11.1.v .
    Sue Kite, deceased April 27, 181. your little girl Sakara for as I loved critters to make NNs.
    Only a year has passed since you've you, I love her also. Farmer Vincent Fritters N1 V 59HURRY
    been gone. So sweet one, sleep on the vacancy, DOZ.I .
    and emptiness will always here.
    Seem's like an eternity since God
    called home' But the cross that I carry Christ is
    with me to share.

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    taches I bear cannot be measured in daughter. :::: --I
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    By Elizabeth Terry Van Futch, of Jacksonville, and his ing spent from April 7 until May 10 dale spent four days with her grand- camping at Keystone Heights.Mrs. or before October I, 1982. Those who
    Phone: 782-3300 nephew Terry Futch, and his sons, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo mother, Mrs. Rossie Reddish last Shirley Newport, of Orange are 5 years old after October 1, but
    dinner before January I, 1983, will be admit-
    Bruce and Dean, of Jacksonville Dyal. week. Park, was a Wednesday guest
    CHURCH ACTIVITY: Beach, visited their aunt, Miss Miss Angie DeVore, of Raiford, Mrs.John Steele and son-in-law and of Mr. and Mrs. L.M. McClellan.We ted to kindergarten if the child
    First Baptist Church'will have their Elizabeth Terry on Sunday. spent the weekend with her grand-- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Steele are happy to report that Mrs. demonstrates readiness based on
    revival May 10 through May 14. Mrs. O.J. Anders visited her son-in- mother Mrs. Pauline DeVore.David and family, of Livingston,Tenn., also Sheila McClellan returned home from criteria established by the Bradford
    Brother Larry Montgomery, Pastor law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. McCully,son of Mr.and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Warren, of Orange Alachua General Hospital, County School Board. Application for
    of Nassau Baptist Temple, of Yulee, Johnny Jenkins of Milliard, for a few Ben McCully has enlisted in the U.S. Park, helped Mr. John Steele Gainesville, on Saturday Our early entry must be submitted by July -
    will be the speaker. The church will days. They attended a mother and Navy and will be leaving Monday, celebrate his 69th birthday and the prayers are with her. 91982. They can be picked up at the
    have their homecoming on Sunday, daughter service at the church on May 3. He will take his Boot Trainingat party was held at the home of his son- Mrs. Ronnie Mosley, of Clay Hill School Board Office, from Mrs.
    May 16. Everyone is welcome. Tuesday night. Orlando. in-law an daughter, Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee Lucille Payne.To .
    :PERSONALS: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith attendedthe Mrs. Lissie Starling, of Jacksonville Lester Walker, on Saturday, May 1. on Sunday afternoon. Also her sister, be eligible for first grade in the
    Mrs. Lila Henry, of Starke, was a funeral of their brother, E.E. spent three weeks with her Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling, and Mrs. Wallace Chesser, of Clay Hill school year 1982.83, students must
    f:::0:::Monday:! dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.SiSLonnie Smith of Savannah, Ga., on Friday, (daughter, Mrs. Elsie Norman. family,of Jacksonville,were Wednes- came to see them. have successfully completed the
    : :: Teston. April 30. Our sympathy is extended to day dinner guests of their parents, Mr. and \Mrs.' Wayne Hardee had a kindergarten program. This means
    gr? Mrs. Joyce Bennett, of Bristol, the family.We Jim, Kenneth, and Kevin Norman Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling.Mrs. barbeque for the students in his taxidermy that a child must have attended
    .:* -u-Tenn.: spent a few days with her famlS"Jy Tommy, Tad and Jamie Crews, and J.S. Waters went to St. school on Sunday. There were kindergarten during the 1981-82
    here. are happy to report that Hoyt Pam and Cindy Taylor, spent Sunday Augustine Thursday to be with her four students in the class. They and school year.
    iiff Starling is able to be at home from with Mrs. Elsie Norman, all of them sister, Mrs. Carolyn Ricks who had their families attended the barbeque.
    ;- :.:: Mrs. Fred Moore's daughter, Mrs. Bradford County Hospital. went out to dinner. surgery that day. She came throughthe Wayne Hardee taught the class and Congratulations to second grader
    sSJ 'Ann Andrews, of Wildwood,'carried Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith attendedthe David and Douglas Roberts,of Fort surgery fine. Alvin Anderson helped with the class. Steven Hardee for earning straightA's
    z. her mother to her son-in-law and Sikes Family Reunion on Sunday, Lauderdale, visited their great- Dee Dee Waters spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Henry were for the fifth six weeks grading.
    "Srsdaughter: Mr. and Mrs. Wesley May 2 at Baxley, Ga. grandmother, Mrs. Rossie Reddish with her grandmother, Mrs. Lillie Sunday dinner guests of their parents, period. Other students in Mrs.Kirkland's
    =:::=:Thomas, of Like Oak on Sunday, Aprila"25 Mrs. Mamie Barratt, Mrs. Daisy recently. Douglas works for South Morgan, of Starke. Her mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Mosley; of room earning all A's and
    : She stayed with them until ThursgeTday Boch, Mrs. Brenda Sullivan, Mrs. East Bnks and had one months workat Linda Waters, went after her shortly Highland.Mr. 3's were: Dale Arnold, Shane Bennett -
    :: : April 29. Her son-in-law, Mr. Nancy Sheetz, and Mrs. Vereda the bank in Jacksonville. David is a after dinner on Sunday.The and Mrs. Fleam Starling attended Stacie Bentley, Cartrissa Diggs,
    !;:.:.=:Tom Casey, of Starke, came by on hissirway Sheets, attended the W.M.U. Prayer student of FSU and he plays football Buddy Norman reunion was a 70th birthday celebration for Shauntel Houston Ricky Jackson,
    home from Tallahassee and Retreat in Orange Park on Saturday.Mr. with the team. held at the Community Center of Lake Mrs. Eva Rock, at Silver Lake near Joey Shuford, Chas Starling,
    jj-Sbrought her home. We are happy to .and Mrs. Henry Smith are painting Mrs. Elsie Norman retired from Butler on Sunday, May 2. There were Keystone Heights on Sunday after Kwambea Strong, Stephen
    EEIreport that she is feeling much better. the New Life Temple Motel. The Sunnyland near Gainesville as of Fri- 150 people present from Miami, Fort noon. Tomasovitch.
    s:: Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Ar- Owner, Rev. Oliver Mercier, is look- day, April 30. Lauderdale, Lake Placid, Mims, Mr and Mrs. Fleam Starling at. School jackets have arrived. We
    ': rthurine Blanchard visited her sister, ing after the work. He brought his We are happy to report that Mrs. Ocala, Starke, Jacksonville, Mcclenny tended the graduation lunch for their ask that you please pick them up on or
    -EMlss En/a Blanchard and Mrs. men from his church in Jacksonvilleto Heste Hick Higginbotham Is able to and Lawtey. daughter, Miss Brenda Prevatt who before May 14.
    "Thelma Wilson, on Wednesay atjESBaker do the work. take care of herself most of the time. Henry Hodges attended the Stock graduated from Florida State University Please send in the money for the
    Nursing home at Macclenny. Mrs. Leonette Creager and Our prayers are with her. Car Races at Lake City on Saturday at Tallahassee. She received classroom picture or return the picture -
    E Both of them were feeling better. daughter, Vera, of Glen Rock, Wyom- Mrs. Helen Roberts of Fort Lauder- night. His son, Mark Hodges, went many lovely gifts. to the school Friday, May 7.
    :.":::::; We have several students who have
    LAWTEY ELEMENTARY NEWS: borrowed money from the office to
    I- Florida Seeks Increase Plant Export Sales Registration for kindergarten will pay for their lunch. Please check with
    to Foliage be the week of May 17 through May your child and see if he or she owes
    -_. 21. Students must be five-years-old on money to the school office.

    g-2 Florida Day will focus the spotlightS vegetable industry representativesand arrived in as good condition as when flowers and plants this year and $U
    International attention this week on tourism interests will be on handto they were shipped, according to the billion r by 1987. The Dutch, Belgiansand
    S s: Florida products in far-off welcome the guests.A advance party in Amsterdam. Germans spend more than twiceas
    : ::Amsterdam; nursery, Netherlands. The state's highlight of Florida Day in Floriade '82 opened on April 8 and much in a year as the average
    ::::::;:huge nursery industry will be Amsterdam Friday will be a com- runs through October 10. While the American on house plants and
    recognized at the Floriade show, a plete tour by slow-moving train snow is under way, nurserymen and flowers, according to the survey done
    ::=:multinational exposition held every 10sSryears around the 120 acre exhibition area. growers from Florida are hoping for for the nurserymen.The .
    But the centerpiece of Florida atten- orders to boost our already large
    that is expected to attract about
    foliage and sales. survey also noted that while
    tion will be the plant
    3,000 square-foot
    :S.::;;12' The million Florida visitors.folks at the exhibition flower and foliage display put Florida is the leading state in the Europeans generally prefer cut Give A Mother a Cake for Mother's DayGrandmother
    together by the Florida Nurserymen nation in foliage plant sales, and thereis flowers, economic changes are
    ; 3111' host visiting dignitaries at a
    leading to shift in for
    a preference a
    tremendous for
    reception which will feature Sunshine &: Growers Association. a potential growthin
    Florida growers are hoping to tap exports to meet European demand.A longer-lasting potted plant which
    foods and Citrus and -
    tate hospitality. '
    the European affinity for fresh market survey in Europe projects Florida growers can supply in abundance r :
    which could lead of $680 million worth of I Mother ifau"
    j |=Cpt. Owen Baker greenery to a huge imports '
    increase in of
    exports our foliage .
    Receives Meritorious plants and flowers. A special ship-- 'J.o.I.. .t" '.
    Service Medal ment of plants conditioned to withs- Employment Office Komuii us Open| ; Future UncertainThe -';...' 1 't4' '
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    tand the rigors of a long sea voyage,
    5? Air Force Cpt. Owen B. Baker, Jr.,
    arrived in the Netherlands March 24 A $210.5 million supplemental rate in Brad- -
    appropriation unemployment
    meson of Sarah L. Baker of Keystone
    for the show. of funds by Congress to ford County was 5.4 percent in Aunt
    Heights, has been decorated with the
    =second award of the Meritorious Service The Florida-grown tropical plants keep some Employment Services February, compared to 4.1 percent in -Sister
    Medal at Randloph Air Force Pvt. Jamine M. Geddes open, which were previously scheduled December. This is still low, comparedto Cousin
    Base, Texas. Finishes Basic TrainingPvt. for closing, has given the Starke office the national average of around 9 Neighbor
    The Meritorious Service Medal is a new lease on life, although its percent.The -MotherinlawPastry
    cr=:awarded specifically for outstanding Jamine M. Geddes, daughterof future is still uncertain, according to CETA program, also housed in
    En n-combat meritorious achievementS Frederick and Katherine M. Ged- Erlenc Ford, supervisor of the local the Old Courthouse, is expected to be
    ; service to the United States. des of Starke has completed basic office in the Old Courthouse.The terminated when its present contract
    S- ; Baker is chief, Airman Actions training at Fort Jackson, S.C. Starke office, along with PSES ends in September. Only two personsare Shop
    gg Branch, Headquarters Airforce Manpower During the training, students offices in Live Oak, Cross City, Perry, now employed in the CETA office
    ::::: and Personnel Center. receive instructions in drill and and Quincy had been scheduled to and one in th"employment office, the 138 E. Call St., Starke 964-5890

    3 His wife, Priscilla, is the daughter ceremonies, weapons, map reading, close this month, but Ford said the supervisor said.
    Eh-of.:;;: Mr. M.R. Dodd of Keystone tactics, military courtesy, military time had been extended on a month to
    --Heights.The justice, first aid, and Army historyand month basis. If the Starke office is
    = captain is a 1972 graduate of the traditions.She closed, clients will be serviced by the
    University of Florida at Gainesville.\ is a 1981 graduate-of Bradford Gainesville!! office. 't ,

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    : 18 Masters, Sound of 100, 1.3 Miles East of Stoplight in
    =:::::Don Wilson opened their bluegrass Sept. Glory Prophet Singers.: Keystone Heights
    ?;country music park. Five years later, 9:30: 6:30: Daily 7 Days A Week
    gjjboth had converted to Christ, and the
    ,.crowds had outgrown the small park. Jr. Food Store
    -$o the the Wilsons dedicated thier
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    :::p.m. gospel groups from all over upon the park and put on concerts ,ir OPEN 6 am -12 pm
    ?? ;' sometimes benefit shows for

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    IB May S. 198

    Is Marijuana Farming on the Increase in Bradford-Union Counties. ?

    Is marijuana becoming a leading perty. A couple of test cases to grow the real high quality stuff and ever been west and have seen that Of the five "busts" made In Bradford come upon a marijuana in the woods plot while
    evidence gathered duringflyovers get the top dollar. cheap Mexican trash you would walking or riding ,or any
    cash crop in Bradford and Union upholding County last year only one would call the
    other location Sherrif's
    Counties, as well as AUchua has eliminated the understand why it got to Colorado. resulted in an arrest, and that -
    GUchrlst Dixie, and Levy? troublesome search warrant problemso When you get into this class With the all-out war now being wag- resulted in a dismissal by the court office 964-6280, extension 281.
    Some say yes. Some say no. far. grading of the weed takes on a high ed by state and federal agencies in for lack of evidence connecting the
    Like many other controversial Marijuana can be easily Identified degree of expertise. Flowering stems South Florida, there is some prediction defendant with the actual growing *"f Vie best homegrown
    .issues, after you've heard both sides from the air because of its distinctive and tips (the buds) are separatedfrom that marijuana growing will operation, Denton said.
    there is still some doubt as to who is color, "an unusual shade of green," the lower larger leaves which become even more popular and profitable homegrown pot is
    right. and its feathery bamboo-like leaf are sold as"shake." Good shake goes in the Gainesville area than it "It is very difficult to make an arrest -
    According to Lloyd Vippeman, a structure. Expert "spotters," whose for around $150 a pound, but by the is now. in these cases," Denton said sinsemilla a potent, seedless
    Gainesville defense lawyer quoted in testimony is accepted by courts are time the dealers get through selling it "because marijuana doesn't require
    a Sunday Times-Unfon story on the provided by state and federal agen a joint at a time they can get a returnof the busts made in much attention during the growing variety that sells tin high as
    "Of five
    subject, "It's rampant" in the cies. $600 a pound from their investment, season and we might have to stake
    Gainesville area. In his research TU reporter Geoff Sinsemilla buds out a field for days before the owner $IOOan ounce while the
    Another Gainesville area lawyer, Clark found that the Gainesville area are packaged Bradford Co. last year, comes around. Even then he can't be
    is of such that separately CJark'slawler informantsaid. convicted just on his presence at the ordinary street varietyknouts
    unnamed, but who"confessed a large marijuana good quality "Most .
    nose for cocaine and things sinIster"told it is advertised in "High Times"magazine with is packed in what they call familiar pillow only one resulted in an field. You have to catch him in some wlS/lllke-
    the TU reporter,"Within the area a national monthly"trade" bags. It's not bricked and ,activity actually connected with the
    not compressed arrest.. and that
    of Bradford County I know of seven publication circulated growing operation. about "
    just a little tight, in burlap goes for $3O. ..
    big growers and maybe a few others. among the country's "drug culture. bags, sealed In polyurethane. Some of "Much of our marijuana is grown in
    I'm sure there are some small The fame of North Central Florida's"weed" it sells for $2,000 a pound. teas small plots on Container and
    I don't know about." He added has resulted in labeling it as
    growers "You need not reveal your name and
    land without the knowledgeof
    that "The growth factor( is "Gainesville Green" listed at "They broker( it," the lawyer said. for lack of evidence1" Rayonier those ," Denton said. there will be no personal ihvolvment
    measured in tons in Bradford County premium prices in "High Times." "Depending on quality, the broker is "Ownership companies of the land therefore, in the case," Denton says
    alone. personally have seen one paid between $5 and $10 a pound to "
    grower's barn that had about 8,000 locate a buyer, transport it, and handle mean anything.
    pounds in it. That wasn't his whole ."Marijuana be easily the cash. Some may be traded for According to news service reports. As for the coming fly-overs Denton
    crop; it just happened to be on hand." other drugs, mostly cocaine." "A federal task force assembled to says it would be very helpful to the
    Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Red- identified from the air assist Miami in its struggle against sheriff's office if anyone happening to
    dish said "I can tell you without "You cah easily move 500 pounds of narcotics smuggling has apparently .
    reservation that it's not an epidemic- because because of its sinsemilla in an auto truck which reduced the tide to a trickle, at least I
    means you don't have to stop at the temporarily W-

    type Reddish's thing. view was echoed by distinctive color: an informant agriculture added.inspection stations," the Before the crackdown government .y* ;esa Now Open ri' .
    Sheriff John Whitehead of Union "There's a substantial estimates held that 80 to 90 percent of *>> :. .
    County who recently participated in unusual shade of green ." overhead, but the average to a marijuana, cocaine and metha-
    a raid by officers from three agencies'who large grower"will net over$1 million a qualone used in the U.S. was coming
    "slogged through marshy areasto year in cash. in through Florida. Some authorities

    a remote stand of young pines in Clark also reports that at a recent Another lawyer with connections estimated that it was a $7 billion-a- TlOUGlA&
    Union County where they ripped up rock concert in the University City, the pot subculture, told the TU year industry in the state
    500 from neat fW'rowlbetween
    some plants singer Jimmy Buffett hadn't been on
    the rows of planted pines," stage ten minutes before he mentioned reporter undetected, "A really large, as yet Huge cash deposits in banks are a
    according to the TU story. Estimated "Gainesville Green" and sang the exist in rural operation counties, like some that signature of the narcotics trade, and 407 N. Temple Hwy. 301 Slarke, Fl. 32091
    north of
    value of this haul if allowed to praises of its excellent quality. "The for the last three years Miami banks
    mature would have been$250,000"on crowd roared its approval and Buf Gainesville knit succeeds because of have recorded an increase of 20 per- Retail & Wholesale
    tightly organizations made
    the street TU said. up of cent annually In cash deposits
    sources fett, who now lives on nearby Suwan- "
    longtime friends
    relatives. lie Prices
    cash Friendly
    Bradford deputy Don Denton chief withdrawals. But for the first
    nee River, got a hearty welcome said the North Florida
    investigator for the sheriffs office home," Clark reported. ming is business marijuana far- two months of 1982 cash depositswere Over 13 Years Experience
    said the largest haul made in this Other "brand names" used in drug markets a complete with national down 14.2 percent from the level
    county last was 3,000 pounds and sales meetings. for the first two months of 1981. Until
    year culture
    lingo are Micanopy Madness ."
    "Very little of it Specialist:
    goes locally he add- Battery
    (green weight) off SR-100 west of Melrose Mash, Hampton Hash and ed. "I know of the decline drug money according to
    some Bradford Union
    Starke. But this was unusual Denton Bradford County Bearded Red. and Baker Miami economists accounted for a Automotive Commercial Marine
    said since most "busts" net from 50 As reported by Clark one story of product that was shippedas fifth or more of that area's economic
    to 100 plants, or even less. how the Gainesville area obtained national far as west Colorado. If you've base. Farm Equipment Lawn Mower Motorcycle
    Four other fields were raided in reputation as home of qualitypot
    1981 Denton said one in the Brooker is told by "a lawyer associate of a
    area one at New River, one east of cattle rancher-marijuana farmer":
    Hampton and one off Highway 16 They (the American growers) dealt in
    east of Starke. Fourteen hundred agricultural commodities In Latin
    plants were pulled in these raids America for years. They were raising Black & Decker Sale WORKMATE*
    ranging in size from three to ten feet. beef and other things over there and
    They were mostly high priced had the contacts. When marijuana Bench Work Center & Vise

    Sinsemilla seeds), (female plants without matter became of profitableit changing! was commodities.simply a WORKMATE Portable Work Center and Vise Drop Leaf 16" Model 79-021

    Then when the pot trade showed signsof Dual 29" Model 79-001 e Mounts to work bench or wall studs provide
    becoming thick with smugglers and
    a permanent, uncluttered work center and vise.
    "The ame North law enforcement officers, these
    / of businessmen planned ahead. There A vise,, work bench and sawhorse all in one. Mounts level to an existing work bench
    Florida's Weed'has had been some experimentation in 29" vise jaws open to 5-1/4" wide. Swivel pegs expanding the total work surface. Folds down
    similar climates prior to 1976 for the hold odd shapes and lumber up to 12" wide, up when not In use for easy,out.of-the-way
    resulted in labeling it as purpose of producing a hybrid seed to diagonally.. Holds wedge shapes, pipe, storage. Extends only 6.1/4"from bench or wall..
    that would grow well in Central and dowels. Step for steadying work with foot. In folded position. 16" vise jaws open to 5.114'Folds .
    'Gainesville Green9listed North Florida. Their experimentsmet for easy carrying and storage. Folding 7'ooi Swivel pegs hold odd shapes and lumber up to

    at premium prices by with success. legs allow 2 working heights:31-7/8" workbench 12-1/2"/ wide up to 14" diagonally.V-grooves In
    The best homegrown pot is 23-3/4"/ sawhorse height. Steel frame. vise Jaws hold pipe, dowels, etc.
    high Times'magazine.." sinsemilla potent, seedless variety r
    that sells as high as $100 an ounce
    .. wile the ordinary-"street variety,"
    .; .*- .known to the drug culture as "shake,to, $9900 .. .. :!IP _
    As to weight and price Denton goes for about $30 an ounce $3.900 .
    challenges the accuracy of published In Clark's opinion Gainesville wasa !
    figures stating that the green weightof natural for pot popularity because it .
    marijuana plants is affected by is the home of the University of ,
    water content, stems roots and dirt. Florida the state's largest college WORKMATE Portable 79021 |
    Reddish and Whitehead both par- population and a "spawning ground '
    ticipated in fly-over operations staged in the late 1960's for anti-war activism Work Center and Vise ------ --
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    ment of Law Enforcement, and their Another factor contributions to the 79-003 WORKMATE'* Benchtop
    staffs will also take part in fly-overs rapid rise of the pot"industry" in this Work
    planned for the coming summer mon- area is the fact that it takes little effort A portable work center, giant vise and Center and Vise

    ths of June, July and August. to grow weed according to 7903 sawhorsealllnonelCanbesetupanywhere- ., Jilt Top 16" Model 79-020
    Planes and helicopters are now used Clark's story Just cast a small batchof I In workshop, garage, or on work site. Folds U
    to sight marijuana fields from the seeds on the ground and with flat for storage. 23-1/4"work table opens to Mounts with Included clamps on any work .
    air due to the difficulty of spotting average Florida weather conditions 5-1/4" wide. Can hold objects up to 12"wide, surface up to 2.1/2" thick. 16"vise Jaws open to.
    well them at ground level where they are some will pop up in a week or two, up to 21"diagonally.Swivel pegs hold "Irregular 5-1/4"/ wide. Swivel pegs hold odd shapes and r I

    tion. Sighting camouflaged by air by also other eliminatesthe vegeta- with an overall Then germination rate of 90 and circular objects.V-grooves In vise Jaws lumber up to 12.1/2"/ wide, up to 14"- tN'ft&nally. '
    percent just come back in tubular Work surface tilts to 15*,30*.45*
    frustrating problem of getting August or September and harvest-if grip pieces. Base of sturdy steel. '9020 positions for,
    close enough to the plants in a car or you aren't 'busted" in the mean- S Some assembly required; wrench Included. craft and hobby work. Accepts most mounted,#4;*
    on foot to identify them as marijuana while.It 4 900 27"wide,31-1/4" high 23-1/2" deep. Folds.to 27", S 3 9 too power tools. 16" wide, 6-1/2"/ high, 16"deep. -.f'
    without trespassing on private pro- takes a little longer, Clark says. wide 36-1/4"high, 5-1/2"deep. .J.



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    -. r -,-_.:' Keep Mom out of the Hot Kitchen Ike "Saw" Need For Mower RepairsBy i

    jM yatyg r ? this Summer with a

    nI' Tony Burke surroundings," says Peggy, who much customer wait as possible.
    been doing just that since he was atet'nager.
    BCT Staff Writer works as bookkeeper for the business. straightforward with the
    1 With today's uncertain,inflationarytimes Dyess and his wife, Peggy, came "But you can't back up once you get customer Ike said. "We won't, do a
    Litton temporary patch job- it gets!: fixed
    it would seem unusual for a here in 1977 from Palatka where he going.
    right not at all. The
    or customer: has
    moderately successful business to managed an apartment complex and The shop employs one other the final "
    say on repairs.
    make expansion plans and move froma ran a small part-time engine repair mechanic, Greg McClelland, who is Of the Gilson brand mowers he
    Micro-l known location. "Too chancy, service. He decided to get out of the specializing in the lawn mower stocks he that'the
    I I many would say, opting for a "wait apartment business, and began look repair side of the business to Ike's up north, the says way Snapper} arcpopular is: hero
    and see" attitude toward the unstable
    for business in his field of he stocks
    ing a exper saw repair. Dyess says Gilson has opened new plants in :North;
    economy. tise. They found that business in parts for most brand name machines, Carolina
    wave Not so in the case of Ike Dyess, Starke, and have been here since including those 'hard to find' parts. Virginia!: and I ismediumpriced
    l owner of Ike's Saw and Mowers. Ike don't piece of equipment
    "We like it although we get With the most: modern equipment "
    cheap quality ho ad
    .... recognized a need for another lawn much chance to get out and enjoy the available. Ike tries to eliminate as ded. price.
    mower-small engine repair businessin
    Oven this area and moved right in to fill
    it. from a small chainsaw sales and Week Celebrated Here 3-9 I
    700 of repair business, he has expanded now Nursing May
    5SS watts cooking power.Large to include a line of lawn mowers for
    K .. 1.2 cubic foot oven cavity cooks up sale and provides repair servicing.
    to a 14-lb. turkey. Cleans easily. Dyess told how customers would "Nursing..and proud of it." that we are proud of our nurses' con" Carnival and Health/ Fair. :::
    mention that they had a lawn mower That is the theme for Florida Nurse tributions to health care in Starke. Bradford Hospital: nurses! w ill be at
    :: Variable Power Control. Select the power that had fallen into disrepair or simply Week to be celebrated May 39. On of the ways our nurses have lively involved in the Prevention Convention
    that's right for the food ,arecooking. needed hard to find parts to returnto made a major contribution to the that will tx' hold at the
    setting you
    g SAVEMOO00 running order. Ike didn't have "The scope arid depth of respon- health needs of our community is hospital l\1a'lo-l-I. \'aflt'tynfht'allh
    .... .
    I much work space in his old shop, nor sibilities assumed by nurses is expan- making themselves available to community screening, hearing tests! and coor !
    Automatic Defrost setting. Defrost frozen I did he stock many parts. Starke did ding rapidly in today's complex organizations and schools in duration tests will be offered free nl
    .. foods and have one existing mower repair health care system, said CE. the county. Health topics of interest to charge to interested citizens Watch
    f1 simply quickly.35minute ** n n business, who, according to Dyess, O'Steen administrator of Bradford organizations and-or school groups for further details regarding these
    =: timer for easy, accurate 2 9 O had all the business he could use. Hospital. "Florida Nurse Week givesus have been presented upon request.Our special events. :Nurses from Bradford
    :::1 time settings.. With that in mind, Ike found a big- the opportunity to raise public nursess actively participated in Hospital are also available tn inform
    ger shop and changed from Ike's Saw awareness of the diversity of nursing the organization and promotion of the interested persons about health
    w S -.......- Shop to Ike's Saw and Mower shop. today and to let the community know annual Bradford County Hospital careers.
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    21- Year Dog Fanciers Turn Attentions. to Fancy Dog

    Jean and Walter Kennedy of the Greater Ocala Dog Club. ing down the street with one on a .... .J '{-\1 t.\, "
    Keystone Heights have had a love affair "Oh its great fun when they all get leash. It was fun to meet someone \1'';.:. '<(, .
    with Schnauzers for the past 21 their baths" Jean said as she filled who had even heard of them around f"j., ,) Ik'n
    years and their prize-winning pets are up the tub. "We go through lots of here."
    still going strong. shampoo around here before the Meanwhile; the three Schnauzersare
    Jean and Walter have three of the show racing around the room wanting
    prize-winning pooches right now and Both Jean and Walter are profes- the majority of the attention from,
    all three of them are champions. sional members of the Southeastern their guest. .
    "They really have unique personalities Steward's Association and are train- "One perfect word for schnauzers is
    ," Jean said as her charges ed to assist in the intricate and fiesty," Jean laughed. "They would
    came racing out trying to see who demanding rigors of professional never hurt a fly but you should hear' t*
    would be the one to knock the Monitor shows all throughout the region. some people who have come to the
    reporter to the floor. "We were tryingto The Kennedy have a new love In door and knocked while we were
    settle on a certain type of dog to their home on Lake Brooklyn right away. One man from the cable televi-
    show and we just picked Schnauzers. now they have branched out from sion company said he thought they 'j/ I lilt. / j
    They have great personalities.. are Schnauzers with the addition of a new were coming through the door at him. 4.. t /'4 IAM' !
    really great with children and make and rare breed of dog called a They sound so tough, but they're just
    good watchdogs as well." "Bearded Collie." big babies." I I
    The couple who moved to Keystone This shy but good-natured pup looks The big show on the schedule for the 4
    from Jacksonville after Walter something like a skinny English Kennedy's will be coming up this II
    retired from the Navy in the summerof Sheepdog at first glance but Jean explained summer when they travel to Boston II I
    1979, have made something of a that she actually is a collie for the National Specialty Show to be
    career out of showing their dogs. albeit a very rare one that is popularin held the first weekend in June. I
    Their enthusiasm carried over to England where.they use them for "The competition will be very tough I
    their three children, who range in age sheepherding. this year I'm sure." Jean said. "But
    from 25-28. All three of them show "We were looking for a different just going and making all of the
    Golden Retrievers professionally as breed to show and a trainer friend of preparations, meeting all of the different
    well. ours recommended bearded collies" people from all parts of the'
    "We like the goldens too," Jean Jean says. "We didn't know anything country that's what makes it all wor-
    says "But they're so big! about them at first but the more we thwhile." "
    Not many people may realize whata found out, the more interested we k
    popular hobby professional dog became. They have that great collie
    showing is but the Kennedy's can give personality but they look so different Jean Kennedy with her
    you an car full.! they really attract a lot of attention.
    The couple enters their dogs in "We went for months and never three champion schnausersand
    shows all over the southeast, concen-- saw another one in this general area,
    trating in Florida and it's a non-stop anywhere from Gainesville to bearded
    business. Mrs. Kennedy was busy Fri- Jacksonville" she said. "But one day
    day washing her prizewinners down we happened to be driving in
    for a show last weekend sponsored by Gainesville when we saw a girl walk-

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    ,'" : .." v <) Bill Bessent Returns Home To Open Starke Law Office I

    When one talks to attorney Bill Bes- taxes and crime rate are lower than
    sent for any period of time two thingsare most places and Bradford County is
    made quite clear: going to keep on growing.." he noted.
    ; 1) Bessent is a very intelligent, articulate "It seemed like an opportune time to
    man. come on over and get involved in the
    And 2)) he knows his stuff when it community." Your Worn-Out
    comes to Bradford County.An Bessent, who graduated from Brad
    avid studier of his family's ford High and got a degree in broad- Central AirConditioner
    history which dates back to the 1800'sin casting from UF before going to law
    Florida and nearly that long in srhpni' i\s the Bessent, Moody, and
    Bradford County Bessent can talk for irrn will be a general-law office -
    \ hours about the history of Starke and with work in real estate per-
    this county. His grandfather W.A. sonal injury estates, and anythingelse
    "Sonny" Bessent was Starke's first that might come up. is Worth $50!
    \1 town marshal, and Bessent Road is "It'd be convenient if you could
    named for the old Bessent homesteadhis choose your people's problems but
    father Abe was raised in. the problems choose the people" he We II give' you $50 for the scrap value ol your old
    "Daddy used to run the pool hall in noted. central air conditioner-regardless of condition when
    ( town" Bill notes.It The office will be open Monday you buy a new Carrier Round One air
    seems fitting then that he has through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. conditioner or heat pump''
    returned to his home town to open upa "generally," with Bessent on duty
    ...... law practice. Bessent and most Mondays, Wednesdays and The Year-Round One Heat
    associates Gary Moody and Tony Thursdays. Pump-saves you money with
    Salzman have opened up the firm of Bessent still will live in Gainesville efficient cooling cuts your
    Bessent Moody, and Salzman here in where he resides with his wife heating costs ,in winter, Call
    .., town with their offices located in the Christine a data processor for the for details, '
    1 old Ben Roland house at Madison State Department who he had to
    (SR-100)) and Orange Streets. ,All "convert' from her")ankee upbring
    three lawyers have separate prac- ing." Their children are Billy 17, and
    tices in Gainesville they will continueto Cindy 14, both students at Gainesville.
    attend. High School.
    Circumstance has it. fittinglyagain Bessent is. very active in civic and
    .,,that.the.Jawpttice i is"right fraternal' organizations such,as the LIMITED TIME ONLY-
    a across the street from a house Bill's Masons- where; he is a past lodge CALL TODAY! -
    mother, Mary Russ Bessent owns' master, and hopes to be active with ro-
    'and lives in. The house he grew up in. the Shrine Club and Moose Lodge
    Why did he return to Starke after here in town.
    Attorney Hill Bessent practicing solely in Gainesville since He says his work in the law office
    graduating from the University of and afterwards in the fraternal Hayes Electric &
    I Florida school of Law in 1975? brotherhoods both give him great
    "Starke's growing the property pleasure.

    Card of Thanks ., .. .. r . ,. .T. . IT'Me "There's a great feeling about Air
    working with the Masons when you Conditioning
    We can't express our thanks and see a child who's been burned terriblyget
    gratitude for the concerned supportand Mels the medication and care he needsat
    help that our relatives and no cost" Bessent explained. "And
    friends have shown 355 N. Temple Ave 964-8744
    us. sometimes in law that
    you can get
    The Southerland Family I Formerly Chinese Garden same feeling." .
    Jack Betty Owen & Sheila
    1900 N. Temple Ave., Starke -

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    We would like to thank each and
    everyone who shared in the loss of our I Suzuki of Starke 'udrn
    loved one. Words cannot express the I .. J
    appreciation we have for everyone I I .nit
    who brought food beautiful flowers Hwy 301 South 964-6020 n3Tq
    and the prayers that went up in our
    behalf. A special thanks to DeWitt C.
    Jones Funeral Home staff for the Introduces the
    wonderful job they did. Turkey w/Dressing ll i
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    (Top Left) A student reads a story to :Marie Itossi. (Bottom. Left) Student
    i Lawawna Kinsler shares a few moments with Margie lloltzendorf.
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    yI w r'r (Center picture) Teresa I'errvman (left) and Amanda Loper offer to push NOTICE I
    !Mr. Walter IIi.se in his wheelchair (Picture Right) Chris Durden enjoys a
    story from :Minnie :Marcionny. In the background/ (I. to R) are students
    Glen Thornton, Terrell dimming. Darren Evans and teacher Dee Pater- I I
    son. Ms.! Marcionny will be 100 years young next month. The manufacturer could not fill, our order for i

    I the"Fireside Serving Bowl"advertised in our i

    INiotos by Tony llurkeIt "Gifts to Make Mother's Day" circular This
    1 .. item will be available in mid-June, at which
    time all ramchecks will be honored We regret :=

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    I{; Agency Sends Help to Bradford's Small Businessman

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    K number or address. Something as and other Contracts and many more.
    By Tony Burke "We find the proper resources and
    BCT Staff Writer bring them to bear" Swink said. complex as a break-even analysis "We need to work in conjunctionwith
    "" U.S. Government (IRS) figures "This is not to imply a takeover; we would involve much more time and the Chamber of Commerce hereto
    '/reveal that only one out of every ten serve as a data base for the businessbut effort on both our part and the part of determine the particular needs of I I II
    ., ', businesses begun during the last it is the owner who ultimately the businessman. Such a service small businesses in Starke," said I I IK
    >;decade has survived beyond its' first makes his decisions- but he would also use all of the available
    .,five years.The rate for bankruptcy of base them on own our recommendations can if computer." data the Center has accessto. Swink.beginning Each at 1:30: Tuesday p.m., Swink afternoon will be __________________J
    ).:Such enterprises is at its bighest point he wishes. There is no charge for this at the Chamber of Commerce on
    'since the first year of the depression. service either." The Center offers specific training Walnut Street to talk to area
    :,Small businesses share The services from the programs and seminars on certain
    everywhere may range businessmen
    on a walk-in basis.
    business-related ,
    .many of the same'probfenlsr" simple to the vastly complex. "We topics.Some current n r ti
    'may just lef r'3 client) Jo the proper- offerings are Steps to Starting a J'; e'is-also'tx illli' r
    'Traditionaliyrthere arfflhree }( nlf' mIYlI'-Jibr.1"t'
    mafor Busihess,-Women in Business financial '
    for" *! r HJxifci fe iM'"IP*iFifc
    ', agency help, or.steer him to the, consissting of government'publica- : \
    t ares where problems occur, said Management, How'to Increase
    .. correct information he'll need to solve t tionsj; .IRS'pamphlets and Small
    /Paul Swink, from the Florida Small Sales Through Advertising, Recor-
    his problem, such as' getting a Business Association
    f Business Development Center
    dkeeping How to Bid on Government
    Federal ID sales tax
    Employers or
    t FSBDC). "These are management,
    r ,finance and personnel" J

    t.I; Swink works out of the FSBDC 1
    |'recently-opened regional office inf McIntosh Lions Club Has Annual AuctionThe + i
    I f Gainesville,which covers a five coun- X
    ',ty area including Bradford County 1' 1 l ,
    Brand also which is part of a statewide McIntosh Lions Club will hold expense-paid weekend for two to dedicated to a variety of betterment
    Enetwork. Their objectives are to its Daytona Beach. A mobile glaucomascreening activities including sight conserva-
    annual benefit auction of and
    new station will be available tion and aid to the deaf and blind.
    fc assist in developing the economy by
    used merchandise Saturday, I
    on May
    ;' ponding to. the needs of small without charge, '\nd hot sandwichesand Mack Herrin is president of the McIntosh -
    8. on U.S. Highway 441 in Mcintosh.
    ilnesses which are unable to retain The sale will start at 10:30 a.m. and baked goods will be on sale. club, and Randy Brown is sale
    The McIntosh CLub is one of the chairman.For I
    tt: ces"of' an outside, private"VSried"1
    will be held rain or !\shine outside ti
    t" resources more than 33,000 service organizations
    are MCIntosh Supply hardware store. further information about the
    utilued-twooansel and train the small Items to be auctioned will range from of the Lions Club International. McIntosh Lions auction, please con-
    bus ,ss- owner and prospectiveown furniture, tools and appliances to an- These groups of business and profes- tact Randy Brown 591-1527, or Cary
    |r. who cannot' afford the com- tiques and'collectables: sional men in 151 countries are McCollum 591-2026.
    merfiftl i I assistance In dealing with
    Everyon'e-'who attends will have
    a It sfeeri us : . .
    Tina qiat marketing, production, chance to participate in free drawingsfor you hayeivt ;

    engfflfjenngpechnical.!i! and paralegalpr .. $30; worth of fresh meat, and an you will never Know how much

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    )trfis'Sentenced Request for Proposal \\\ Buy Direct From Factory Ten -

    *.*Counterfeit- Case Responses to a request for proposals SAVE Cut Out The Middleman Beautifu USED
    (RFP) will be received by the
    e fifth \and final member ar- Department of Health!and Rehabilitation 50%/ Save On Home Furnishings ShfWlpp mS
    ted for the.bogus money ring in. Services at 302 South Marion Call or Visit us Today!
    rtad/ordCounty was sentenced April Street, B-1, Lake City, Florida until 5 PRICES JOHN BROWN'SMOBILE
    ,3 linJU/SirDistrict: Court in Jackson p.m. on June 2, 1982 for an RFP entitl-
    ville.- Ronald Eugene Griffis, 25, of ed Child Day Care Service for 35 HbriE CENTER
    Starke/received a two year sentence children. Copies of this RFP will be Monday Saturday 9 am to 6 pm .
    (pr his failure to appear in court October furnished upon request at the above Lake Furniture I Y 473-3775 or 473-4876 SB 21 N. Keytblj* t
    1981 A compentency test had address. The department reserves City Factory
    been ordered for Griffis delaying his the right to accept or reject any or all 752-1065 US 41 N. Lake City I.,..
    ". trial for counterfeit charges and his proposals.
    I' failure to appear. Griffis was found
    it compentent, sentenced for the failureto
    to appear and the counterfeiting Starke Family Planning ClinicTubal
    charges have been dismissed, accor-
    [ ding to the court records. Ligation (Tubes tied) Baldwin I

    I I Billy Gordon Griffis, Carl "Pee
    & Vasectomies
    Wee" Griffis Timothy Allen Bryan .
    ; and Eddie Taylor Jackson were found
    I guilty for their part in the No Hospital stay necessary No Abortions performed
    counterfeiting money operation and
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    .- \ \ for Saturday Night, June 5';

    loan applications. "t,, Mark Hainer AssignedTo
    ranges of Camp Blanding. "
    i Stephen Koerner Pro- "The best hog hunting has always Before you sign a contract, there Texas AF Base The Bradford Bassmasters Club will be holding its second annual at Rod bafts
    Kenwood Landing
    been around the Black Creek and are several important things you boat tournament Saturday night, June 5, at the
    Air Force
    : moted IN U.S. Cross Creek areas," Lee said. should remember: Airman Mark T. Hainer. son of man Dam with guaranteed prize money and trophies tn the top 5 placers:

    .. "Habitat in this area is ideal and David H. Hainer of Saginaw, Mich., The tourney will run from 7 p.m. Saturday, June 5, to 7 a.m. Sunday morn.
    Stephen W. Koerner, son of Ann I. 1. Make sure all blanks are filled-in. to: Bradford County -
    checks payable
    should bring about a signifi- and Ellene Northrup of Starke, has June 6. Entry fee is$50 per boat with
    stocking ing.
    N.H. and Walter With a strike through Park
    fa Marklis of Derry pen any empty 1633 Bay Circle West, Orange ,
    from the U.S. Air Force of Don Thompson,
    :: M. Koerner, Keystone Heights, has cant increase in the hog population on spaces so nothing can be added after Bassmasters, care I
    been promoted in the U.S. Air Force Blanding, he added. your signature. .t protective coating specialist course FL 32073.

    to the rank of technical sergeant. Wild hogs are legal game in the 2. Never sign a contract which appears Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. '
    management area for all archery, Graduates learned methods of con- Prizes are as follows:
    :;. Koerner is an air traffic control to differ from the original ::
    technician at Loring Air Force Base, muzzleloader, and modern gun hunts agreement. If you notice any differences trolling deterioration metals, 1 st- $500 plus trophy. ,:
    with the exception of the spring gob- masonry and concrete, and earned 2nd- $300 plus trophy. < ;
    Maine, with the 2192nd Communications ask that the contract be associate in :J!:
    bler season. credits toward an degree 3rd$200 plus trophy.
    Squadron. rewritten and explained to your ;5sth j
    science through the Community -
    is the of satisfaction. applied 4th. $100 plus trophy.
    Carole daughter
    His ,
    ; of the Air Force. 4
    Signing a ContractVery College $50 plus trophy. ..
    Anatole and Cecile Mailhot, Manchester 3. Make sure you understand completely will with the 96th .
    Hainer now serve
    'I N.H. few consumers can afford to what is written in the contract. Civil Engineering Squadron at Dyess Also th re will be a seperate Big Fish pot with a 100 percent payback if)
    The sergeant is a 1970 graduate of pay cash for large purchases such as If you have any doubts what the con Air Force Base, Texas. collected. ::

    : Manchester West High School. automobiles, boats, appliances, or tract says, ask an attorney to explainit money 14 fish will be counted per boat, with a 12 inch minimum, measured on a

    J I even a house. Most of us must borrow, to you. George "Holiday Graduates flat board. A one pound penalty will be deducted from total weight for every
    Stocking for such purchases from 4. Examine your budget before you in length. A bonus of 2 oz. will be
    I IVild Hog banks money savings and loan associations, agree to sign the contract so that you From Specialists Course fish brought to the scales less than 12 inches ::
    fish. .
    I Now Underway credit unions, or other financial in- know you will be able to afford the Airman George Holiday III, son of added to the total weight for each live Bassmaster club members.
    monthly of Starke and Entry forms are available through
    V The wild or feral hog is consideredto stitutions.If payment. George Holiday, Jr. ,
    be animal on wildlife you borrow money to make a 5. Realize that when you sign a con- Bernice Henderson of Tallahassee,
    a top game
    i management areas, yet in other large purchase you will be asked to tract to borrow money, you are pro has graduated from the U.S. Air

    f areas is thought to be a nuisance. sign a contract which will spell out the mising to honor two separate Force administrative specialistcourse
    With the cooperation of the State terms of the loan and how you are agreements. One is to purchase the at Keesler Air Force Base,

    I Park Service, the Florida Game and scheduled to pay it back. Before you item and the other is to borrow the Mississippi.
    Fresh Water Fish Commission has sign the contract, remember that it is money to pay for it. If the item is lost Graduates of the six-week course
    been trapping hogs in the Carrey a legally binding document which, in or destroyed, you still must pay back' learned how to prepare Air Force cor- Starke -

    State Forest for relocation to the most cases, cannot be broken. If you the borrowed money. respondence reports, and earned

    Camp Blanding Wildlife ManagementArea. decide you do not want the item or credits toward an associate degree in
    l become unable to make the scheduled Placing your signature on a credit applied science through the Community WANTED WANTED WANTEDGOOD

    :. According to Wildlife Management payments, it probably will be contract is a serious business agree- College of the Air Force.

    Supervisor Truby Lee, repossessed by the lending institu- ment. Unless you carefully consider Holiday will now serve at PatrickAir [ PRICES PAID for used WANTED TO BUYs Coins ,ONE OR TWO cleared good

    "approximately 30 hogs were trapped tion. This can reflect badly on your each aspect of the transaction, your Force Base. He is a 1980 graduate mobile homes If mortgageIs gold and sterling silver drainage suitable for

    'and released on the north and south credit rating and can affect future signature can lead you into problems. of Bradford High School, Starke. 3/4 paid or more. OLiN'S J.R. Bulllngton 964.6250. home site. Must front paved .

    I MOBILE HOME SALES 3/IBtfn road four to live miles

    9645606. Open 7 days BABYSITTER WANTED In'm'y; south or west of Starke.

    Ads weekly. TFchg home evenings. Thursdaythru Reasonable. Reply to: Rt.
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    Mobile Home Soles Hwy. Park. No. 4. D.R. Boll. Itpd FOR RENT

    TFchg ROOMMATE to

    from 9am. S p.m. on USED WILSON T-2000 tennis $130 and up. 4732879. In Hillcrest. $800 cans. 21*. Copper brassand 2 bedroom trailer. Between HOME PARK mobile homes
    D..r Springs Rd. Itchg 5/6 racquets, call 473-2310 or CARPENTER WORK Lak. G.n.va Mobil. Home 3 BR 1 BATH.1.400 Sq Ft. on down 146.44 per month. batteries. HSR Block Lake Butler and and spaces for rent.

    THURSDAY FRIDAY, AND 473-4360 otter 5:00: p.m.rlrt Remodeling work. kltch.n Park. 4/1 llnchg Woodlawn Drive. CH/A, Phone 473-4058 or olllce. 31 S. 6th St.. Mac- Storke. Call before 2 p.m. Recreational vehicles
    SAT ,9:30 a.m. 6 p.m. pel 2/4 cabinets, and trim OFFICE SPACEIacIng 38000. Call Keystone 473- 367 alter 6 p.m.4/1 clenny Florida. Call 496-2625 Itpd 5/6 welcome. Phone 468.2912.

    I Some furniture, dishes, ROOMMATE to share 2 BR carp.nt.r. Reasonable Lawr.nc. Blvd. N.xt doorto Heights Realty Inc. Realtor LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- 259-6992. 1/07 tin TFchg .
    f miscellaneous Items, home on Lak. Geneva. prlc. Call 473-2477 7:30: Andrews Call MLS 473-4961. 4/8 tlnchg Heights owner HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng
    Drugs. Keystone
    Across from Community Swimming and boating. a.m. 5:30: p.mI tlnchg. -4733411.41 tfnchg. "'.2 BATH mobile home on financed 12 percent In. FOR RENT FORRENTI room TV. and air.
    2 acres. $27.000 with Underwood Motel, 3 miles
    Church. Palmetto and R.nt Includes phon. and CARPENTRY AND MASONRY OFFICE SPACE single or terest. Lots on clear. sand
    Sylvan Way. tpd 5/6 cab I.. $100 per mo. Call WORK Building patio.. double available.Carpeted owner terms. Keystone bottomed lake, priced to North of Starke on Hwy.
    rooms IN THERESSAi 3 bedroom, I LAKEFRONT RENTALS 2 BR 1
    I 473-2100. 2tchg 4/29-5/6 additions, remodeling Heights Realty Inc. One 301. 10/9 tfn
    sell from to
    paved 9900.
    homes and tile work. Fr. REALTOR 473-4961 both home stove and BA on Crosby Lake. Par. 3 BR, I BA LIVING ROOM.
    I HELP .stimot.. Phon. 473-4473 Keystone Office C.nt.r 429tlnchgMISCELLANEOUS live acres ov.rlooklnglok.with relrig. no house pets. $100 tially lurnlshed. On. yrs. dining room A kitchen
    475-2160 alter available
    4 4/18 )
    Classified Ads during day. 4tpd 3/18-4/8 p.m. (access security deposit. $150 mo. lease. $225 per mo. Welgel central heat and air. In
    WANTEDiPPLICATIONS tfn chg. nice trees from $3.600,
    I In advance. Phone Realty Inc. 2825201. 1/28 Phone 4681779.
    tfn. Hampton.
    Get Results 1.000 Sq. Ft. to approx. $500 down. $50 a month. .
    5332974. Itpd tin
    months rent In advance
    YARD WORK -Mowing. haulIng ((1st
    1.400 ft. Directly In Commercial IrontageInvestment -'
    are now being raking laying ..od.hou..work. front sq.of Post OfficeKeystone liNGO. .AMER'CAN opportunity SPACIOUS 3 BR, 2 BA home KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS .))5/7 tin
    with CH/A. West Call St., for rent at low
    taken for Florida Time- window.,
    any HeightsCall LEGION HALL, SR-21 SR.21N. Owner-talesman.
    lots ol storage, no pets.Call weekly rotes. Call Temple
    Union morning paperroute. LAKE REGION type work. 475-1720. Fr. 473.2149 or 47320144tchg Saturdays 7 p.m. Public in. 4734375.41 tfnchg HOMESFOR
    9645827. Itchg 5/6 Motel, 9647357. 2/18 EOW
    b. estimates. 4/29-5/20
    must 4tpd
    Applicant MONITORCall 41556. vited.4/1 tfnchg BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA SALE
    MOBILE HOME Twobedrooms PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished
    able to post cash bond and PEACHES PICK-n-PAY At 3BR. 2 BATH lurnlshed ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS access lots from $5,500
    extra large, and
    efficiencies 1
    have reliable car and Hawthorn. orchard. Come mobil. home -mll.. N.W. Closed $500 down 11.74 per
    phon. Call 964-5165. in on 301 turn lelt at Truck of Keystone off C18. Central meetings Monday 8 p.m. month. Discount on .ntlr. nice and clean. First. Call lastand BR opts., weekly or mon LOVELY CEDAR HOME. 3 BR.
    i deposit required. NEW FURNISHED
    t Linda Stop, follow road to got. air.$220 p.r mo. Open meetings Friday 8 10 acres. On. Waterlronlot. 964-8816. 5/6 thly. 2 BA with large rooms
    Itpd STUDIOS. 2313 N. TempleAve.
    See sign and come thru to Keystone Heights Realty p.m. Alanon. Monday 8 Call 4734375. 4/1 Frplc., 12x20 screened
    473-2210 orchard. 4813170. 2tchg FOR RENT or sale: 3 BR. 1/, .. Starke. 3/11 tip 9/02
    Classified Ads REALTOR 413.4961.22 p.m. All meetings at tlnchg' porch. Privacy garden.
    4/29 56.ELECTIIOL'lSIS. baths family room CH4A CLEAN! MOBILE HOMES for
    I Get Results tfnchg Educational Building, Community CLEAN COMFORTABLE 90" I Many extras. One old.
    the Kitchen lurnished. acre rent. On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto yr.
    Is only
    MODERN 2 BR. 2 Bath home Church 473-2790 See
    or gold couch. Only $75. 5/6 Assum. 11'oft.r /, %
    m.thod ol hair land. 9645471. llchg prison. Call 4681323. mortg.
    in Keystone. $300 par 475-2130.4/1 I tlnchg. at Monitor office or call
    BUNGALOW 5 PM. 4737059. 1/21
    -It removal. elec SMALL MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT
    I Amy's I
    473-3490. Itpd 473-2210. 4/1 tlnchg
    ...11. 1.41 Utilities furnished. S-100 tin
    ,; sari's troly.I.470 Lawrence 5/6 dues .fees or weigh- BEAGLE PUPPIES from good mile from Starke city I
    Blvd., 473-7033 5/6 Hnchg 9647255.: 5/6 2tchQ 5/13 limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. SPACIOUS OLDER HOME. 3
    Steve Broadway 2 BR MOBILE HOME. Private ins, open meetings Tuesday hunting stock. Wormed
    i Call BR. 1 BA home with 11ft.
    4681323. 4/1 tin
    lot on small lake. $140 p.r 7:30 p.m., St. Anne's and shots. $50 firm.
    SERVICE CARS month. Church TRAILER ON KINGSLEY 3 BEDROOM 1 both unlurnlshed ceilings, : wooden floors; 3
    TREE ,_ 473-2272, or, Episcopal 473-3387. 2tchg 4/29-5/6 't
    .411-U41 473-3542. Itpd 5/6 Keystone Heights. Thurs. 30 FT. HIGH TV antennea. LAKEs 2 bedrooms, air con ; home. 1 mile north fireplaces. 5 acres fenced
    I t TRUCKS ditioned, rent for the sum ol Starke1 on' 'US301. ""aRlli'"cross-fenced.
    Removal I ., ONE-ROOM EFFICIENCY day." 9,3O 0.m..1 Community S45 Already disconnected. ; Many
    :.. apartment redecorated on State Bank ,of Stark. 473-2210. 4/29 tfnchg mer. Call 5332366. 5/6 tin $250/month plus $150 extras', 73500. By owner.
    Trimming '". 4111-4212. 15I CHEVROLET C-10 lake Santa F. No pets. 473-2790.or 964.8587. 4/1 SPEED FAN. on stand, 21". FURNISHED DUPLEX 2 BR cleaning deposit. Call Lowtey. 782-3054. 4/15 tin t,
    I Pickup Truck AM/FM $150 per mo., utilities In. tin chg. like new. $50. 86" Gold [ with refrlg' stove and evenings: 9648702. 4/k, ) ENERGY SAVING with
    Free Estimate* 8-Track .t.r_. Body In cuded. 475.1602 or BINGOLions Club across Sola. $50 473-4788. Itpd carpets. $195 per mo.. plus 2 BR HOME w/lireplace. decks, new home 9.2
    i Rfialrs Of lifer j good shape. Six cylinder 4752221. Itpd 5/6 from high school. 5/6 $100 security deposit. 200 family room (or 3rd acres Near f.nc.ed .

    473-4732 EUetrlo ...."..... engine. Excel condi. $700 2 BR DELUX Mobile home, Tuesdays, Early Bird 7p.m. N. Orange St., 964.8944. bedroom), Ig. screened ponds raised lawtey.limerock
    Call 4732845. 3tchg llchg 5/6 porch. Unfurnished.' On
    Central H/A, Regular 7:30
    After 5 P.M. Smug tnilttt I 4/29.5/13 Lake Geneva. $197 p.r on Public Invited. 4/1: tfn p.m.chg. 84" GOLD sola $50. 25" HOMES FOR RENTi 3 BR with SR227. Call 9645559. driveway, 58000. Call

    l Clay CtMtlatUerssss m* VOLKSWAGEN As Is. mo. Near Keystone 3-speed fan on stand, $50. AC washer dryer stove FRESHLY PAINTED paperedIn 9646741. llchg 5/6

    [ Keystone Heights! $650 473-2756 Aft.r 6 p.m. Heights on SR-100 4734788. llchg 5/6 refrlg, garbage disposal Stork. 3 BR, CB, new
    SM E.5I. .
    rijiuuuuuiett, 2tpd 5/6 4732722. IIchg 5/6 dishwasher $350 per mo., refrig. large dining. living MOBILE ,
    plus $350 security deposit. room with fireplace attached :
    No exception. 3 BR. 2 BA workshop $275 per HOMES i

    house In Saratoga Heights. mo., call 964.6968, evenIngs FOR SALE

    I r I Union County Ads I Refrlg.mo., plus. stove$2B5$285 security per Itchg 5/6 c

    deposit. No exceptions. FOR SALE._ COMMUNITY. MOIILEHOMEiiTaciory

    Call 944-8811 for appoint New ft Used Wood ll"-.. owned

    l PERSONAL FOR RENTTYPEWRITTERS INSURANCEMAINES FOR SALE FOR SALENEW FOR SALE ment. 4/29 tfn. Made to order. Also have and operated. Slng).-

    used p.n.... Asst. sites, wides starting at $ 5:

    SERVICESCUSTOM AND AD- INSURANCE AGEN. 3 BEDROOM 3 BATH BUILDINGS AT FACTORY sEe DAVID BROWN TRAC 3 ROOM, FURNISHED large screened apartment $2. Come by Sunshine doublewides, )1.tar'i I at

    MADE DRAPERIES DING MACHINES FOR CYi 160 S. lake Ave., lake CB/BRICK HOMEi With extra : All parts accounted TORi And farm equipment.Good porch. adults only. no pets Acres Workshop SR." W. 13995. US-301'Hc"lIt N ..
    Butler 4963978. Complete large condition. Call for AM til 4 PM Monday thru 9648741 4/8 j"
    Free estimates. Local RENTi Union County Times swimming pool lor. All structural steel carries can be seen at 403 Walnut *
    distributes for completely 85 SW 2nd Ave., Lake Insurance Service. TFS| landscaped yard several full 'factory guarantee. more Information. Street or call 9648498. Friday 9i4-7'*e. ,./6 2tchg
    washable nationally Butl.r. Phone 496-2261 for out buildings, with 2.5 Buildings 10,000 square 496-2773 evenings 5-7 p.m S/13 I f
    advertised Gardsette more Information. TFN REAL acres, located on SR 18 'feet to the smallest 1,200 2tpd 5/6 5/13. TREE SERVICE

    Draperies. SAW Enter- 10/1. near Worthington Springs, square '_t. Must sell Im
    'pr"... Ed or Loma IN PROVIDENCES 12X60. 2 ESTATE owner finance, Call mediately. Will sell cheap. HELP WANTED Wh.tehead's
    Stephen 496-2219 bedroom I bath on 1 ocr., 496.3625 alter 7 p.m. TFN Cull toll free HELP WANTED '':
    3/I/80TFN. wa. .r/dry.r hook-up LOOKING FOR a special 2/4. 1 800-248-0065 or POSITIONS AS BUSINESS Tree Service :

    carpet nice furniture. $175 piece of property If I 4 RENTAL HOMES COMMERCIAL 18002480321. Ext. 777. MANAGER For non profit
    don't have It, I'll find It-Just LICENSED INSURED Opening Vegetable wi(
    per month. Phone BLDG. and property 177 CHEVROLET MALIBU 4 organization Part lime to -
    53.2397. Itchg 5/6. osk .JANE S. USHER. on SR-100. Commercial door. 350 engine. AC. AT. start. Bus. admin., FREE ESTIMATES /'
    -I REALTOR 496-2126 or site on SR121. PS $2,000 neg. Phone economics and accounting ((904)) 752.4356 Packaging House
    4962903. .v..., "Your Beautiful lake front homeon 496-3194 Worthington Spr- training required. 3 years Collect
    Union County Realtor. tin large lots. Contact Sendresume For Season.
    ings. 2lchg 56313.MICROWA.VE exper. Salary neg. lake Florida ,
    3/26. Farmers and City
    Bank OVEN $265 to Community!
    FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE 496-2101. TFN 3/18. Refrlg. $150. side-by-slde Health Services of N. Fl. {Experience not necessary but

    IIdHER\ 496-3022 NEEDSCall Sandy Venera Haien Brown 1979 DAi 200$750.TWIN excellent STAR condi HON. $200.stove-like washer new 150.$175.gas 2tchg P.O. 5/6 Box 5/13.908 Live Oak. FREE OAKFIREWOOD [helpful. Apply In person with Social )

    496-3994 eves or Gerrl Lennon tion. Interested parties only queen bedroom suite $350 Security Card. No phone calls.
    4* 4* e* *
    496-3140. Tiffin and call 496-2670 alter 5 and .... "EIscr.p
    i never used queen bed LOST While It I. Plus '
    Owens Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 I
    on Itchg 4/29. $165 doubl. $143. king weed. Come by SunshIne WAINWRIGHTPRODUCE
    Box 788. Lake Butler Fl. GLASS WINDOWS In frame site bedroom suite $350, AREA 12 Inch female I '
    Acres Workshop'SR16
    tin chg. 8/6. complete Doors and odds AC $100 wood dinette set BEAGLE. CALL '
    ; REALTOR I OH 2 ACRE LOTSt For sale and ends building W. f AM HI 4 PM
    $150. bund beds $100. Fr. RAMON DIX.I
    Your Union County Realtor with or without mobile materials Phone 496-3441.I Prey bedroom suite $175, Monday thru Friday,
    I I home. Water septic tank Itpd 5/6. maple bedroom.suite$175. 752-7502 or 496-32&1. '....7'66. '/' 2tchg ..113IttrnVOit Starke Farmers MarketFARMSFARMSFARMS
    360 N. Main St. owner will finance. Phone POTTED PLANTS FOR Phone 755-2397 Providence eese e ee *

    49621262903 496-2308. TFN 4/29. MOTHER'S DAYi Canna 1 tchg 5/6. 'Classified Ads

    Lilli... Double Althea STOVE AND REFRIGERATORi
    FOR SALE Mother's Day Cactus all In Both 'lot $200. 1966 Get Results WMI NClMSAtH.wlil.utcn a C
    2'/. acres with attractive mobile home. SR-121. Also 'Ig FIG TRESS FOR SALIl bloom $2 to $5 each. Oldimobile-4 door good -

    I metal bldg. and separate trailer site for r.ntallncom.. rooted In gallon. cans. In Caladiums $1.50-$5. Silver condition. $400. Phon. II
    5 acres with mobile home. pool cabana ext. Ig. open dustrie! cemplex ..f.etf0r4. Dollar Eucalyptus Trees$6. 4963644. Itpd 56.Classified UNION COUNTY '..Free Estimates!: II11rtc .31'/ ACRES e houses for eeged layers. Well stream,

    barn.. SR.235, owner financing. "i.22', 431-1 Mi. Contrary Mary's Garden TIMES .. II tractors and equipment .11 In good repel $21$.000. with

    :V.ry Large House, Approx. 3.000 sq. ft.. Financing Mon-Preflt Orgenlietlon SR 121 In LaCrosse.. Phone ..r.ani5 Rdsieii.1I$4U3 good ewner terms. '

    I available.. Located In town. Immediate occupancy. for Developmental or..... 4621561. Closed Sundayand Ads Call Janice $ "..... APPROX. 22 ACRES. 3 bedrooms, 2'/ both horn.. Welts,
    28 Acres. Attractive from. home w/.'_ fireplace and, .... Monday. Itchg 5/6. Get Results 2-30x100 chicken coops need updating.. : Nice quiet set
    circle driveway. Situated In rolling scenic area of Pro>> 496-2261 .. $"',000:with good owner terms. ,
    vidence. available ..,- MOBILE HOME APPROX. 130 ACRES. Cattle farm
    Financing to qualified buyer. Has barn Large. pole barns one

    tractor. and equipment. Ready to move right In. WANTEDMobil. VtHUA CROWN '* 1WMNI OftNMB. | SERVICE POLES has efficiency ept. Paved drive, 3 wells approx. $ acres
    3 BR. 2 BA, attractive home In town on approx. 1 acre. 44-9023 MIS 100 AMPM60.00 stocked lakes. Fenced and cress-fenced. Would make a
    I (?) 40 acre Parcels.I Providence area. Own.r financed. Horn Axle 4V4-2MC : good beef form er could be converted fe dairy.. :

    Pasture and wooded. and Tires. W. pay C.V.'sCYPRESS ...- -.--- saliNe. f I HERB WALKER

    !.Grocery Store MH site w/small acreage Included. more cash and remove. Gerrf terme* ,* liii t l3I 11' 200 AMP- I Associate

    Own.r financing Call Paul collect 4fe-ll40- as ia..it.. '250.00 I ERA Faulkner Realty, Realtor
    Urge Acreage. Approx.60-350 ocr. Sultabl.for cattleor 4-P1-77II 964S04SBradford
    I planted pine Financing available. 378-0003 anytime SAW MILL I Call Anytime

    : FmHA Houses available In subdivision or countryside. day or night for Immediate a,... AeVeMfaae. ml this I 'ff. 2 1A kerne en nearly 2 461-1117: WaldoWANTED

    : !'I a down paym.nt to qualified buyers. Call office for cash. 496-2425 acr... Very eeeoT c...dlfle<.. Needs seme Hnfih/itg ,,,.'1.. _
    more' Information. c./, for InrormelfeM en ftnencma. $45,000 OH Si-121.
    r : FOR RENT CYPRESS 0 SO Acre. Excellent fer he/se er certfe. Creek pasture

    \\:1: BB. 2 BA brick home. CH/A.. W/W carpel drapes. WANTEDBoatTrailers LUMBER pond. Si,440 per eere with ewner Hnmntlng.ftfiri 301 North Starke 964-8807

    I $275 mo., first and last req.' Hthlng TlmejO* These RfrerrVenf lets at ".000. : '
    : I BR Trailer. SI 10 mo., Water Included. utility PECKY Easy terms end fl.e clnp. River access lets else ovafable.lew Available :i"Things to Rent" \ \

    : New :3 Bit 2 BA doubl.wld. MH on on*acre In country. trailer, equipment CYPRESS down payment.ft Cash ',! \

    i With\ river frontage. WANTED trailers, good, any to- condition funk. I(Width up to 22 In.) with 49.Acres...".,.111". 'feed .form. ,...... 2 nice "."'..,.... U t.OOO We Buy 1st & 2nd "For Every Even L.1 .

    *. CUSTOM *22* Acre tetffe ,_. 11.J2J per acre, left el highway Mtgs. Call us for a i #
    : Residential lots close to town. Cash paid on the spot .... ... .. w. Now Offer Lawn ServIce
    ... Oeoe1 ,., "' .. .... ,. Buy any pert .er ell. .
    S 12. 1 3 acre parcels close to town. from 'SO40 to MOO00.Call SAWING quot .
    Owner ...._. re sell. t Cut Your Lawn Us At
    : Looking for a Special Piece of Property? Pl a.. I Paul collect at mile*' W. of SR-12| a Need food wltfc afferdoefe menmlr payments. Sew 964-5010 '

    I I Colt //I Don't Have It I'll Find It. i iI' 378-0003 14 CR-1i. down. peymentf t., Cell. Ir., we will werfe semetn/nf cut feryex. 1 :i..t : 9648807M. : I


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    Color TV's 177 FORD LTDi 2 door PS ADD A BEAUTIFUL DECK to Azaleas $1.50 gal. can. 24xJ6" 25 cents each. Used Motorcycle. Runs good.will
    PB. auto. trans. 60.000 home. Roses, shrubbery Located in printing newspaper Asking $600 /TrWithc9arL
    Antenna'sSp.c. BATHTUBS REFINISHED: In per sq. negotiate. Call 473.7156
    north of
    2 miles
    miles runs great) $1650. ft. Includ.s treoted lumber Lowtey on Great for minor repair
    In your. home. Guaranteed.Free Look 'for after 6pm. and anytime
    receiving Call 782.3896 after 7 signs. fobs Bradford County
    \ p.m. and skilled labor. Call for weekends.. tfn '
    Channel's 30 & 47 ask for Harold. Itchg 5/6 estimates. $79.95 estimate. 7823972. 4/1 tfn. Telegraph. '4-U05.. tin. : REALTY
    782-3577 1975 CHEVY NOVA Ex. 99.95 with sink Ultra. Lawtey 3 M COPIER Model 209. CARPET NEW t USED Furniture 7c; .

    9 am 7 cellent condition. AC/AT. Glaie. 964-8903. 3/11 I .tIn 7823330. 4/8 tfn Very good condition, many 8 appliances Classified Ads 't9.b
    pm 12/3 rtn GOODMAN CAR WASH EXPERIENCED PAINTER: $"00. call Get Results 21i.:
    New interior V-8 engine, : supplies. Plumb. fixtures and pipes.
    $25.00 or best offer. Call Wash, wax and vacuum Good clean work. 964-5606. 4/15 tfn BARGAIN CENTER US301So. fb D3

    YARD SALE 96,4-5807. Itchg 5/6 (inside and out). $15. Corner Reasonable pries. Exterioror FIBERED ALUMINUM ROOF .. 9646679. 2/5 tfn Strout PHONE 964-7776 "
    1974 FORD PINTO WAGON SR.16 and 301 Signal interior.. Have good COATING $29.95 per 5 gal. DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN CECELIA'
    New engine. Good running Station. 964.8283. 2/4 tfn references. Call 964-5177. Fibered Snow WhIt. HOUSE 301 South Realty TERWILLEGIR 205 N. Temple Starke

    HOUSE OF BARGAINS: SeeIng condition. Needs bodywork AUTO REPAIR: road service 1 tpd 5/6 Mobile, Home Roof Coating 964.6740. We buy and sell IMfOIPOBATVDLorraine

    I Is Believing! 212 Call $695 or offer. Please pick up and delivery 24 BAKER lP GAS: family own. $34,95 per 5 'gal Starke used furniture and op. Now Because. .
    St.. 9 a.m. to 5:30
    p.m.Ya'il call 964.8591 or 964.5467. hours. Average 1 day ser ed and operated, we strive Paint Center 964-8181 pliances. 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED ChampIon. Broker
    come see us at our 1 to better andservice 4/15 tfnELECTRIC TVS Colors Why Because today's people-to-people financing con
    nights. tchg 5/6 vice. 96-C.75 3. 3/4tfn give prices 831 N. Temple Ave.Phone964S3l .
    n.w location. 3/18 tin ..-..QUE lower effective mortgage interest rates by lour to five
    )1974 DODGE CORONET: BILL'S SAW SHOP Compl.t.sh01'p.nlng we solicit. grills. starting at SI00.00. Or
    -.-FIRST UNITED METHODIST 4-door auto trans., A/C ..service: circular customers to own their new. On stand. $40; table Trade-in's welcome. Phone Evening 473-309 points. Because today's market conditions, allow buyersto
    CHURCH Jefferson and
    : radio $5OO cash as is, tanks. We sell or rent models $25. Call 964-5251 964-8212 6/11 tfn purchase property ot 1980 prices Because home
    Walnut Sts. Friday, May 7. 7823149. Itpd 5/6 hand carbide, tanks and furnish after 5 p.m. 4/22 tfn FIREWOOD: White oak and Custom built ownership continues to be today. best Investment and
    9 to 2 chain mower blade hollow
    p.m. 1976 CHRYSLER CORDOBA: STARCRAFT pop-up camper $5 truckload. inflation hedge while allowable tax deductions con
    Sat.. May I: 8 a.m. til' 3 p.m. ground and balanced.Leave cylinders 259-6810 pine. per MH 2 BR 2 BA on 5 oc .
    AM/FM, tilt, cruise con 7823349. 5/4 5'27 stove sink. Icebox sleeps Oak 4x4's. S30 half cord make homes more affordable And because today's alternative
    127 N. Wat.r St., behind at Jackson Building 4tchg $750. 68.I 509 after Barns garden fenced
    trol. fully loaded, new DAVID'S COMPLETE ROF. 6, 5 Call Sunshine, Acres mortgage instruments con lead buyers to odvon
    Florida Pest Control. Itpd Terms I
    Supply in Slor Keytsone Itpd 5/6
    tires $1,000 cash phone p.m 964-7699. or come out between toaeous financing. i
    5/6 9646553. Itchg 5/6 Heights or lake Butler HER Family,' Hair Care.CutsPerms.Sets.Colors. GRASS SEED: Argentina-, 9.30 o.m and 2 30 4216-3 BR 1 BA home on 3 . '
    BIC GARAGE SALE Kitchen 9 't *
    ; : 1978 CUTLASS CAlAIR V-8 TFNchg Bahia. 50 to ,000 lb. lots. and we'll load for lots Good warehouse for
    Items, clothing, small appliances Oldsmobile excellent con ALCOHOLICS AM 9 PM. daily except Dr. Pennlngton 9646411. p.m. 1/28 tIn business venture Terms Bradford Vlllos-A new concept In lifestyle with 'low I
    : and more. 1512 Wed A Sat.. 9 AM you. adult offering charm comfort ft
    o. ciition.pall 964.7749 after 5 ANONYMOUS) Phone to 6 PM. 4/29 tfn NEW BUILDINGS: at factory 4132 100x149 Residential maintenance: hauling
    ... East Call St.. Friday. 9-5, p.m. I Itpd 5/6 964-5148 or 9647619. 371 W Macclenny Ave., MINI TRAMPOLINE for In All parts accounted for All w/orcest to George1lake. quality along' with energy efficiency.
    Saturday 92. Itpd 5/6 Mocclenny 2596277. 4/8 door $75. C. . * .
    1976 FORD SUPERCAB TFchg jogging. Approx. structural steel carries full Picnic table cook out
    O'BIG FIVE FAMILY Yard Sale. Auto trans.. PS, PB. fac. SEWING MACHINES Btpd 527EXPERT 4 ft. x 4 ft. Call 964-7910 factory guarantee. facilities enlOY water EXECUTIVE HOMES
    Fri. & Sot., 9 a.m. Iii 5 p.m. and tfnQUATERHORSEa Beautiful brick home with 8 2800 It A
    Furniture LWB tory air. engine just REPAIRED: All makes CARPENTRY 4/29 Buildings 10,00 square feet sports Only $2500 with $600 ac.. appro sq.
    appliances overhauled new front cleaned oiled and adjusted pointing. Also Gelding, to the smallest 1,200 down $58.500 assum. mortg. ol "'/. .

    :;. camper lots of top.odds cloth.and ends.and end. $2450. 9646741 $15. Work maintenance. Call Ray gentle.' Saddle. Blanket square feet. Must sell im 4219-1 91 Acres I''., mi large, brick CH&A home. 2300 sq ft. on 4.. lots near
    0 Coma see us at 1218 B... 1977 DODGE MONACO: guaranteed. James 964-7455. 4,9 2tpd 5/4 etc. $550. Call 9647910. mediately. Will sell cheap from twon $4500 school Keystone Assu mart 8'. Stove refrig. D W
    white condi. DAVIS a BROS. Small Motor 4/29 tfn Call toll free .. disposal ceiling fans, frplc. greenhouse
    sent Rd. Look for signs. 4-d9or. good Strickland' corner MorganRd 4221 4' Acres Form.". compactor
    llpd 5/6 tion. $1500 or $500 down and Hwy 16. TFNchg Repair und Lawn Mower AKC BEAGLE: Ten generations 1.800-248-006S or $25.500 with, $S 000 down What a way to Live. Luiiurious brier!: home near Country

    THURS., FRI: May 5 & 6 and take up payments. CHAIN LINK FENCE: Install Shop. Sewing machines, pedigree.. ,All Female. 1-800-248-0321 ht. 777 ,/' HomeSite,' on SR 230 f Club well designed.
    ALSO, May 13 & 14. Riding, negotiable terms. Call ed. Free.s'imqt.s. Handy. home style and industrial 12"aize. shots andwormed. Itpd 54ZENITH $8500 Terms on One plus/ Affordable Elegance. Handsome new brick home in
    after 6 p.m. 964.7867. repaired. All work Call TV: 23' Works Connerly Estates Finest insulation frplc.. water
    ,.. mower, furnitur.. dishes, Man Fence Co. 964 8559. 782.37"5.5106 S/ 13 acres spring
    jewelry etc. 612 Collins tchg 5/6 tfnpd 9'82TYPEWRITER guaranteed Call 964.6957 2tchg perfect. $95. Con be sean LIST AND BUY THE STROUT Quality Choice. Magnificent Ig. home. Country Club. 3
    ..I Place. Itchg 5/6 1963 DUICK ELECTRA: REPAIR: Call or come by 368 N Cherry model 30" self-cleaning: late, at 644 Water St Starke. WAY All ACROSS BR, 3 B. HUGE ''am..,., "Irplc 2 'lots circle driveway.

    .. SAT.. MAY 8: 9 a.m. til 3 4-door, hard top. loadedmll.og. the Office' Shop. 110 W. St. All work will, be okayedby oven new burners 1 tpd 5/06 AMERICA Exciting Place. Geneva lake Est. energy elf home,
    p.m. Household Items, 964-7207 66.599 Call St.. Starke. for detail, George Trull. Pick.up automatic cooking, with SoSOOOVAmtg. $37826 8'/, ..
    ..JI clothing antiques. On. negotiable 9645764. tfn and delivery available., clock and timer Like, new. LAKEFRONT GET YOUR FEET WET

    .,. block off SR.I 6 E.. first dirt HELP GLASS CUT TO ORDER: "/29 .tchg 5120EXPERIENCED Very clean. Was $369 vC. 9taA Silver lake B3 4 BR 2 BA lenced large enclosed shed
    road on right past Starke Doors, windows etc.' CARPENTER: when, new. Sacrifice, at Jcw < covered picnic area
    Elem. School. I tpd 5/6 WANTEDEXECUTIVE.TYPE JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY will do general repairwork. $150. Guaranteed. Excellent lf7Realtor .lot on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees $)I" 000.

    t-t.: GARAGE SALE: Fri. & Sat., 964 6078 Orders also Roofing, and pain. condItion. G. E. Custom built home, little' Lk. Santo Fe 2 Ac.$110 000

    May 7 & 8, 7:30: til 6 p.m. taken in Lake BUtler. ting. Call 7823669. 5/6 REFRIG: 10 cu. ft. Older Bedford Ik. .-Owner fin. S77.000.

    Pots, pans dishes linens, SECRETARY: Preferably 496-3079 and Keystone tchg. 527BABYSITTING model. Works good, $50. S04-782-3931 Silver Lake: 2 BR. 1 BA S3SO Mo Rent or Buy. ::
    bedspreads twin beds car shorthand and .
    dictaphone.Must : Wanted 350 CC 73 HONDA: Runs BUY NOW t PROFIT LATER
    Heights.' 4734973. 2/26 Iii
    seat, hi-chair stroll.r..ofa. ,
    have excellent typing BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK children to love, S-100 good. Electric' start $500 or Ooublcwide Mobile Home. 4.. BR 2 BA on I acre. Hwy 16
    table and chairs skills with good speed. .3 BR. 2 BA Mobile home 3 Born
    best offer. 301 North next on acres utility shed.
    SERVICE Bradford 9647255. 5/6 2tchg 5/13) ronae relrig O W. carpet drapes only' $21.500.513 000
    carpets fans sewing Call Philip, U.S. Solar : County to Pizza Hut in Starke. I tpd .creened porch. S26.000 terms, S24.000 cash
    In home fin Immediate
    machine. 20" bike, shotgun Corp., 904-468-1517 4/29 residential pump.outs. my 5/06 .5 Acres, well and pump septic tank, l/grtr pole' barn. occupancy. !
    day or night. all Sue Bestent Rd 3 BR 2 BA CH/A.
    and 1975 Ford 2lchg' 5/4 $50. We also re-lay drain ages. COASTAL HAY: Delivered. utility shed screened porch, 15000. :
    Maverick Seven Starling.. 9647800. 5/6 .CB ) 60 1 B with wooded acre lot in town ex'
    6cyl. lines. Phone 964-8121 i pretty
    .. : Apply person $2.25 per bale, Call s2Vi Acre septic tank, /lIght pole' well/ and pump
    miles south of Starke on 1 tchg 5i6EVALUATION 5/28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL 4lpd' 5/27 1.90".529 9003 porch, barn utility ihed $9,750. cellent condition some fInancing S41.000Fronta .

    SR-100 on ,left. Cloveret.z DIVISION Car Clean. 1-904.284-5111. 5'06 4tchg" .2'/, Acres 6250. 3 BR pecan tee 239.17'on paced SRD. 18. 1 635
    :' lies Poultry Farm. Itpd 5/6 DIRECTOR Salary ing Service. Cleaned. BUSINESS 5/27 Ac High S Dry $23 500. Good Buy
    \ FRI t SAT: Lots of misc.. fur. 3 BR CH A 1500
    18959.72 $21.51.18 an washed glazed vacuumed OPPORTUNITIESRESTAURANT ONE FURNACE Made Owner Financing In lawtey Appro
    ' : by P. O. DRAWER/ 301 5.
    "1 niture stereo TV fans nually. (Corrections Dept) sanitized, and Lexington. Electric plus Hwy. tAWnY Fl J20S sq ft Stucco on I ac pvd.' driveway garog

    baby things bikes. cars Masters degree in deodorized. $7.00 pick-up vents and accessories. Call .7.99 Ac on Forsythe Rd. 14.60' MH. metal born pecan

    ,v, .lawn mowers. Off Hammond behavioural Science or and delivered or your : 50 seating. after 6 F-M 964-8151 Itpd peach apple trees Grapevine. S38 000.
    r Rd.. 301 North of related field with 2 yrs. ofprogressively. place. Call 964-7226, ask Lake City. 7550571.22 5/06 WANTED: Lots 63 6 65 Cypress St Crystal... Homesites; S4.900.
    Starke. Itpd 5/6 responsible 4tchg. 5/20 ,
    for Dennis 12/10 tfn : VENTURE POP-UP CAMPER: OWNER/OPERATORS Commercial2.50 on Hwy. 301 Owner financing
    SAT. MAY I 9 arn" til, 3p.nru
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    ib. FAMILY, HAIR i 1974. Sleeps 'Stove, frig 809 Westmoreland Nearly new Assum mtg.ficeIi.Ditm.reiof'trd .
    N. tempUhAve.. .. .vxltb. .Flat .bed's
    1512 .. Joe
    ud. lsys.tiernsoryfexperience' n''* I .lOST/FOUNDr" "
    ;L..1 i "'C dner
    ,'DESiGNERS". rr 68JoIT7. 3'PM.ltchg ) ). Many u.ei. Appro I lac. ,
    across.Jj;om Kentucky Fried 'focal' and
    or any combination long haul'
    Chicken. Itpd 56Classified 144 W. Call St. 5/06 w/155 ft.'on 301. Steel bldg.. Extras too numerous to 'list
    n'iru of training and 964-7303 FOUND: In Hampton BABY DAIRY CALVES for ing. Contact: All Fla. Commercial with 129 It. on US301.! Good buy1Geneva

    ', applicants.experience.May Deadline 14. 1982.for Open Yorkshire Terrier old with sale. Call 9645219. 5/06' Trucking 9647689. Lake Estates- wooded ", oc lots terms Clean

    Ads Send resumes to; Alachua T.W.&F. 9 tIt 5:30 Clearwater tags. Call Bren. 2tchg 5/13 neighborhood Vailing hilts Tennit courts.
    County Personnel Office, Thurs. 11 AM til 7 PM do Fertig 964-8021 APPALOOSA STALLION Six .615 Melton Terrace Se. to Appreciate!
    Get Results P.O. Box 1467 Sat 9 AM til 3 PM 964-8087 Itpd 5/6 years old. 51500. Call Acreage-Davis St off Hwy. 301. Trailer park?

    Gainesville, Flo. 32602. AppointmentsNot 9646741. Itchg 5/06 .5 Acres near Hampton. Well elec. pole septic tank
    AA/EEO. llchg. 5/6 Alway. Necessary ALESIA HAY: No weeds. .4 78 Acres" on 230A and Wilson Rd.

    : "'" "' u ,._ -."' - -- .. --011 1/7 tfn I I Shop& Compare. !! I, Highly,.'.l._. CDOO1Sprcicil fertilized.._ .u... .$2.50.. iiviI .perk NEEDMONEY .40.. Acres New River. High and rolling.
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    Insurance Call 964-7789. 5/06 tfn [ : }
    ATTENTION ? 1 : iiiiJJ )
    I III.! ,, ... Mobile I J I Home P'" i-V GALV. ROOFING)
    6 -$3.65: 7'-$4.45.; 85.03, Use IKE'S SAW
    i Ii ..\III, Ivprs' of 9S5.72; 106.41 Your Home After.. .,.., tT.arvnt '''''Id rt't tfcm +wtw' .... WANTEDFor & MOWER SHOP
    BARN FOR _" H'-$7.10 12779. WemtIHIC Equity. We make lease. Flat Bed
    I owners policies ; 'N>J<( "'fOO('" ue U1I'd ...t3 ot-..aic u.s. (Behind Powell'I s Diary
    manufacture Jacksonville. ,...' A. HAPPY JACK DURAClDf dtp Trailers. Contact Al
    J !tI Saturday 8 I Ie RENT I Ii()Fflt'S. Call toll free 1st & 2nd Mtgs. ..i cd iat>&ttfKtiv*by U S (P*QQ.*ntf .'OOJ'..... Freer
    May .. ... Shadd. .
    ] licks &mcng Curiae" "' NO 1> .... AT '. SALES SERVICE
    br 3 shop 1200 Call for Quote 1-800-342-2702 5/06 "tchgOlin's Call us for a quote i_j I. """ .......
    I1 8 AM.til ??? spaces 5/27 Yo'__frwc.SutqS. "" 964.7689 Choin Saws A
    :.l .,w sq. !ft. ea. Ideal for1 Mobile NEW WEED EATER: Must 94.5OJOVACUUM Hrvov Jnrt Door 16 VvwM.ll w'2we, lawn Mowers

    'aflSoufh. 301., Left on 221 toward I contractor light Home Sales sell. New price. 284. Will I .

    ,. / mfg., repair shop or sell for best offer. Call
    fia: npto'n.. Look for signs. Elaine M. Olin, 964-7910. 5,06 tfn LIMITED TIME ONLY

    11 ** A LITTLE BIT OF: EVERYTHING ** storage. I 964-5606 1


    _____ Everything 1.904-772.7980J SALENEW II aAf? OkT UTILITY I OOMrCSAPPETING
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    t; 1 :.t! ". ... Register Oil &; Gas & USEDWe ON YOUP LOT
    Finance Our Own
    ::308 S. Thompson Street KIRRYS $29 5.00.00

    : '. "We Pickup Butcher Chill. Cut and, Wrap" Gulf 964-5888 ROYALS 964-6863 f PHONE 964-6853

    I 1{I S.ml-Truck Drivers F.UREKAS

    : or He.vy EquipmentS IIOOVERS
    TM. FiwI Char-Broil FISH I ,
    .-! t.1IO-342-MI4 1 FILTER QUEENSSEARS
    Gas Grill COOKER
    r Duel Burntr. Eiee. kjnrrten Include How COMMERCIALWe : :

    : : LIMEROCK From the Pen to the Pan 20 lb. Tank. Warming Mack AdustiMi| I Regulator repair all makes

    We make It-Easier lor You 18 113 CMklng Ana Burner Pet OFFICES CHAPTERS
    149.95 69.95Free 7.llandl3

    if.:::: 0 SANDS Starke, Florida 32091 964-6725 tank of gas w/purchase of any new grill 964-6918

    -:- -- 3 Miles north of j
    : A-1 TOP SOIL -- Starts. on US 301

    .. : WellDrilling BUSINESS AND CONSUMER

    782-3172 Aci'iO

    I Allen E. Taylor . . . REORGANIZATIONS


    $ The Choicest Each offered In Parcel or .* a Whole May 27, 28 a 29 Fast Rotary )

    Six Chapter 11 Reorganizations for FARM REORGANIZATIONS
    Northern District ol Florida Bankruptcy Court, Drilling Equip.
    Price in TownHouse
    TRACT t May 27 .t 1000 A M State LicensedPomps

    Is located by Maxville. Bradford County came farm 402 ac ol. !line land. frontage on Lake Powell. 4 000 . . . . .
    =; From I.I 0 and US 301, SO.It nornebarnpecn, go.e.I"nced.e.e".n, property o FINANCIAL COUNSELING .'.

    :; go south on US 301 9.6 TRACT 2.3-4 May Z9 at 1000 AM ., *Ii \0.

    S miles to Fla. 218. Go easton Gllchrlsl County. r . . . . 'J< "'

    :::: Fla. 218 1.5 miles to Tract 2 Row cattle, litm 430 ae near Suwane Riser. }nqrn .-2-20 i 60 H...... .. New & Used DEBT RESTRUCTURE ""j" I
    store silos 12 well, 48 ,.
    irrigation x ISO metal'
    shup.shed r- : .
    Highway -
    : frontage
    : C.211 (this is a curving rd.), .. top tarn) land Also large tsm'.guipm.nt auctortt w' SalesoPartSOlServiceE.Z .

    :: turn left on C-217 go 2.1 'Trael3 Row crop pasture 20S ac t60ac (square section) witna irrigation wen in ts j Terms .'p'r, '.

    miles to Lianna lee Rd., center Fenced wnn hog wire 48 acre tract fenced ..Id".' small farm sites -t. . . . . 0 COMPOSITIONS II'
    =:: turn left go V4 mile house Tract, 4 Row crop caitie' 'farm 180 ac Top land encelient highway frontage "

    Is on right. This two bed, TRACTSM5y295I000AM.. .. .. Plumbing AND EXTENSIONS ."
    t'O room house on a nice lot Suwanee County 180 ac crop pasture development' Frontage on two highways- . . . ", .1'

    S. has all the makings tobecom. near Ichtucknee Springs Offered In building tracts and small farms Good land New Installation' .

    = : a lovely home... TRACT-. May29atlOOpM BANKRUPTCY '
    Remodeling Repairs ,."'
    80 '
    i with some pounding and !NE AI.clsu.Countt of Gainesville, ae crap.des.iopm.ntpop.if' Ffonl.geoiu S 30t 13 miles. . v 0" .1. .. \

    paint. We've got to sell ItS TERMS 10** down eaianc' at closing 30 days it;.. court confirmation Dn.rrcin.ccPUMP& I AND NON.BANKRUPTCY ., ;

    now! I 11 I We can furnish Lansing, J Roy Attorney tor Debtors WORKOUTS
    . . . '
    .'.5 materials to complete. 0 Wtvstan Height f 904 4""' 435.

    Short term financing'

    ,;:.::. available at 11% annual fO' Orocu' ocariorr or tppO'nlrrttnl. contact SUPPLY

    e percentage rote with small COMPANY OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENT

    down payment. See It and The Auction . . . . BEGINNING AT 7:30 a.m.
    .I.::., then call Properties Department Way Company 864 N.Temple

    i toll free ot 1-800
    aljlIt1I4P Gerald A. Bowie
    tA.sstx A.VC.
    328-3380. 4700 Nathan

    I Lane. P.O. Box 9495, WinneapoHs : 'po' Starke FT. LANSING J. ROY. P.A. TOLL FREE

    Minn. 55440 M.P .. . .,. . ATTORNEY AT LAW INQUIRIES I I t

    0.- from 8-5 CST. ,:**/"J/4 964-7061 1.800.3.42.0393'1

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    Jack Echdahl Announces CandidacyJack ; Give Fund Drive May 22 !

    Eckdahl of Keystone Heightshas well under -' benefit of crippled and burned for the collected from Bradford
    announced his candidacy for the Plans are way for Uie pie money citizens of County and surrounding
    District III Seat on the Clay County Starke Shrine Club's annual parade children. The Starke Shrine Club now various fund-raising drives counties to come and enjoy
    School Board. .IC and chicken dinner on Saturday, May has eight children receiving the throughout 1981. Over $16,000 was the parade, which will began promptly t
    Eckdahl has been'a resident of Clay tender loving care of Shrine doctorsat turned in for the year. The goal for at 10:30: a.m. from Bradford Square
    County for seven years. He is a 1969 E 22.Bradford County Judge George Shrine Hospitals. this year is $10,000 to be raised from Shopping Center, and enjoy a
    pt't Citizens can be assured that all of chicken dinners.
    delicious fried chicken dinner which
    graduate from the University of Pierce has agreed to again head up
    Florida where he played quarter the outside cooking of the chicken. money collected by the Starke Morocco Temple Potentate Joe D. will be served from 12 noon to 4 p.m.
    Shriners will be spent entirely for the Hill Sr. of Ocala has made the i
    back for the Gator football team Judge Pierce has several Rotarians
    treatment of these unfortunate Starke parade mandatory this year. R.S. Mullins President of Starke
    196769. He holds a masters degree in who are non-Shriners, who have
    Criminal Justice from Rollins College agreed to help cook and serve chickenfor children. No money is retained by the Starke Shriners are expecting 40 to 50 Shrine Club, invites you to come and
    this worthwhile cause. Shrine Club. All money is sent directly Shrine parade units in the parade. have a fun-filled day with the Starke
    An experienced public ad. to Morocco Temple where it is This parade will bring at least 3,500 Shriners. "We need the support of all,
    Our community can take pride in distributed needed.
    as people into Starke from Shrine-
    ministrator with the Department of citizens young or to reach our
    this effort that brings Shriners and This the Starke Shriners
    year were connected units. The Starke Shrine he
    Health and Rehabilitative Services. goal says.
    non-Shriners working together for the recently recognized by Morocco
    Eckdahl has been involved in public Tem Club extends an invitation to all

    service for more than 11 years. He
    works closely with Federal and State 1 .

    appointed Legislators Councils and several and Committees.He Governor-. ; Your Value! Advantage ;isTG&Y! .

    is currently the Vice-Chairman of ',;
    the Clay County Schools Title I Ad- \

    visory reel Council."I that my. experience in public : gifts to makeMother'sDay ;w

    service and my leadership ability is
    necessary to help insure quality
    education for all Clay County
    students, especially in light of current
    and proposed spending cuts. I plan an Jack Eckdahl
    aggressive campaign and a respon- !
    sive term of office. volunteer coach with
    Eckdahl is married and has two Heights Recreation Association
    school age sons. He has served as a Baseball Program for six years

    I SFCC Spring Term Registration TonightSanta r Kodaki_

    i 7s1'z

    Fe Community College Spr- Although both of these classes are =: :-. Ito
    ing Term begins tonight, May 6. A three-credit courses they are open to i VI mpler.J :

    special registration will be held from the general public and may be taken ., .._..... c_......... c, : Q
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    6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Starke Center for audit. Persons over 60 can take all ,......._..... ,.-........ .. "p'.........., T4
    office located in Bradford High SFCC classes free. =E=VIM

    School. Other classes being offered include 2.96

    Two visiting professors Circuit introductory Sociology and Music Ap- .
    Judge R.A. ""Buzzy" Green and preciation. Classes will run through Whitman's. Sampler Nothing 1.50 1.37
    June 17. If you have questions, Happy Mother'sDay'bet- N
    University of Florida Dr. Frederick says Summer Kodak Kodacolor Film
    I'eggi Pantyhose
    please call the SFCC Starke Center of- ter than a delicious selection of
    Goddard, will teach classes in Starkefor chocolatesandconfections.lib. Special lighter-knit sheers For clear sharp prints
    Santa Fe Community College this fice at 9645382. L box. Sizes A B or Queen Sun' choose Kodak. C-IIO-I2C
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    Green will teach a course in Fuqua OfficeTo
    American National Government and Visit County
    Goddard, coordinator of the _
    Economics Center at UF, will be Congressman Don Fuqua's Mobile
    teaching Principles of Economics, I. Office will be in Bradford County on
    Both classes will meet for the first Monday, May 10. L ,t01ACHllE( II .wc..eai IYsut
    time tonight. La MACHINE'll
    "In a district as large as ours it is
    The American National Govern- often difficult for people to one of my
    ment course is a study of the constitu- district offices," Fuqua said. "I

    tion, the presidency Congress would like to invite anyone having a o 6.96 TG&YLow""\' .
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    electoral and American discuss Lns ad''ln
    process anyone wishing to upcoming 00 dM2 '
    foreign policy. Current critical and legislation to come by the mobile office 4.99
    controversial issues will be discussed.The which will be parked at local 4 96 rots'FinaI
    "Sun Tea" Jar Give Mom full- I coo
    Post Offices, and meet with staff
    Principles of Economics I my flavor tea "naturally!" I gallon
    aide Tommy Hicks, who will be on Conalr's The Hair Handler Designed for menand
    course will cover fundamental 44 8B jar with spigot. Gift tx red smooths
    board." ToavsLow Pnce women this super brush shapes
    economic and methods .
    concepts national and helps straighten hair UL listed C850
    income account,government in .....".,.I>o '...'.'"" ,....
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    foreign trade. It satisfies the basic Brooker, 9:30-10:30: a.m.; Graham, Less Mail' In Rebate '. ......,.o -- 1,.
    economics requirement needed in all 10:45.11:45: : a.m.; Hampton 1-2 p.m.; c .
    business related Associate in Science Starke 2:15-3:15: p.m.; Lawtey,
    degrees and is an elective in the so' ial 3:45-4:45: : p.m. Your Final Cost 37.88
    science area.
    .. -........--. ---- Moullnex La Machine Food Processor Give Mom a gift that I
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