Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04298
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04298
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I :. to"'i" ; An administrative zoning proposalto meeting, laying she had planned to
'1 ", .. ," change the classification of 391 develop her property and the changeto'
acres .In the Speedville section of allow mobile homes In the area
I'' southeast Bradford1' County was would not be in keeping with her
withdrawn at the Bradford County plans. It was learned that Mrs. Wood
,,: Zoning Board meeting Tuesday night, had retained legal counsel and
Jan. 23, at the request of Zoning possibly planned to contest the zoning .
(thought Director L.M. Gaines.. change if finally aproved by the County I
The board had approved the change Commission.
I r was'crazy' :: ; at its December 28 meeting and it had In a letter dated December 9, notifying
h been set for a Feb. 7 hearing before property owners in the area of
and the County Commission at its regular the proposed change, Gaines said the
meeting. However 'the zoning ,Speedville tract was already primarily -
I !!I r (change, which would have allowed a a"mixed area of mobile homes and
thought so, .mixture of mobile homes and single conventional homes" although It was
a aih r k family residences in the tract along classified BSF-1 (single family
too./: : d ; both aides of Speedville Road between residential):'The letter said, "We feel
., Hlehways.il and 21-B was opposed this (change in classification) will be
by Mrs. Sarah Wood of Jacksonville,' compatible and beneficial to the
", pL >who said she did not receive her mailed already mixed developed area."
L notification of the proposed changein Developer Jack Courtnay who
time-to comply with the 15-day owns property along Speedville Road,
notice rnher. Mrs. Wood said also spoke in favor of the change at
the letter Indicated it the December<<: zoning board meeting. '
J was mailed only 14 days before the In other action at its brief meeting
', rtk'p zoning board meeting. Gaines said Tuesday night the zoning board ap- ,
q that all other notices showed a proved request of Delano Thomas

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".. Bids Within
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A special l school' board' meeting is be low once the seven alternates are I' L J
expected to be called Monday Jan. figured in.Highest bid was$229,389 by
31,'at 7 p.m. to award a contract for Burns Brothers, Inc. of Gainesville..
the re-roofing contract of Bradford .The lowest base bid of $153,000 can
Middle School and. Phase 3 of Brad- be figured from the bids by combiningthe
a ford High. $107.689! bid on the middle school:
+ Eleven bids were received and' by Miller Roofing Co. and the $45,000
base bid on BHS Phase 3 by
opened Monday night' Jan. 24, at a

301 and ,,100( .is a)Busy Corner..., .; special school were apparently board meeting.hungry Contractors for- Beach Cheesebro Supt.Roofing Tom Casey Co. pointed of Ormond out.

Some 20,000 persons.a day pass the'TtrwUlegar Ford Agency on the corner 'trucks In north-Florida and smith-Georgia increased business M percent In the work; all bids wereunder the the The school projects board were would bid separately have the op'tlon so

U8-3W. : and 8R-1M. The,move to 301 and the largest display! of Ford care and 1982., The exposure. is amazing, says Clyde Teerwi legar.f $250,000 The bids.budget were set by accepted the architects.by the of doing one project or the other if

school board and turned over to the funds turn out to be insufficient.
architect AI Dompe for evaluation. Chairman Rodney Hall asked I
,. Dompe said he probably can have a- school board members if they wanted ..*
I .and that off recommendation for the board to accept to determine whether to go with both
a gamble paid by Friday, Jan. 28. Supt. Tom projects, or pick which one, knowing
: Casey said he will call a special the bid figures. But Supt. Casey said ...
meeting as soon has he hears from he'd rather wait until the architect "

Some 12,000 vehicles per day rumble and roar '$100,000 purchase of the former Jimmy Moore Byron Terwillegar doubled the Inventory so school evaluates the bids to make that deci ,
by a block-long display of new can and trucks' .Sun Sports building, and a doubling of. the. ..acy' now an estimated 2tI.000 people per day that ride The board is anxious to get sion.Plans "
the drivers eyebalung Terwillegar. Motors on vehicle Inventory. by the corner of US-301 and SR-100 can eyeball work started on the re-roofing pro call for installing flat roofs of
.US-301 Starke. Out-of-town business has flooded In since the ;some 80 to 100 cars and trucks. W ject. The board and Supt. Casey have five layers of roofing.In .
'The; traffic has made a $200 ooo.plu gamble move to frontage It's difficult to believe the 1 son, who nans the 301 sale site regulars I gets discussed borrowing money if both
pay oft handsomely for Terwillegar Ford which difference the move has made, say owners Clyde calls from north-Florida and south-Georgia are to be completed.As other action Monday,Jan. 24, the
has been tearing up previous records at a time and son, Byron.' : '. towns about a certain, car to which somebody of Dec. 31 there was $166,859 school: board: .
when auto sales dipped drastically nationwide. "People thought I was crazy and I thought so,' took, fancy. available for re-roofing project. '
Vehicle sale exploded to BOO unit In 1983, up too" says Clyde Terwillegar president and 'Finance officer Mike Reddish says .Renewed the contract of Tom
Outot town customers amaze salesman the administrative staff is hoping to Forbes of FtLauderdale to be the
from teas than too In 1981. 11I this economy treasurer of Terwillegar Ford. Son Byron, 33.
Warney Adklnson, and also Clyde and Byron. be able scratch up another $30ooo board collective bargaining
when everybody was screaming and wailing the vice-president and secretary of the corporation
' Recently a woman called from Tampa about a or so from other places in the budget negotiator for the next three years.
blue, we nearly doubled our sale, points out and who orders all new car and trucks, ovensaw
: Clyde, Mr Ford to Bradford Countlano. the remodeling of the building. certain paint lob she'd seen on the Terwillegarlot but that will be a difficult process The board chose Forbes over local at-
. and asked What does it cost?" An Ocala since torney Terry Brown who submitted
<< the $443,000, state required a
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In the automobile Industry of
a year Openess Is the theme of the $20,000 remodel-
man called, saying"I can't trade with these peG- budget cutback.Or bid 15 percent lower than Forbes.
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'way down Terwillegar gross !hg. Contractors Steve and Scott Whitehead gut "
sale from $2.6 million In down ple. if the projects are not completed The motion to retain Forbes was
a whopping percent ted the Depression era building, tore the
"Isn't that typical human nature?" Clyde before July 1 this year the 1983 made by board member J.T. Parrish
1981 to $4.4 million 1982. Volume was down in filling station on the south end of the property /
. 78-78-80 from the 400. cars. the agency. sold In and removed glass windows in the former asks, who say people here think they can't deal 'state capital outlay funds will be.van.ble. and seconded by Mrs. Judy Becker. I
, Board member J.R. (Jim) Lawson
1977.i Ford/Chevrolet agency building. Steve with Terwillegar Ford and go to Jacksonville or
.Gainesville.( t, Lowest base bid was $166,924 submitted -' .questioned !the higher cost in a tight
i The difference? Whitehead says he has about one good Idea In'very *, ; Miller Co. of
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,t4Upcomin. r Kills 'Franchise ifl..
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Set The Brooker City Council voted fund and has already been worked into could get along without it, but they
Hampton .l Meeting; :,Saturday, I",.", unanimously to rescind their decision the budget for this fiscal year, and would nave to cut back somewhere to i
A'necla1 meeting is set Saturday; Jan.29'at''10 a.m tar the Hampton to keep the Clay Electric franchisefee "if we don't use this fee then make up the difference.One \ \
City Council to review applications for a new maintenance man for the ci- after it became apparant that the something, will go'. lacking. said resident pointed out that there
citizen of Brooker were unhappy at Mayor Hamilton Blake:' were a lot of people In Brooker on fixed
ty and the possibility (rfgiyirig! the town marshal a -alae. _
the prospect of funding the entire Incomes and even the $4.06 extra
'I,. ;The maintenance position was opened when the former' employee was .estimated $$100 themselves. "This'money'1' beneficial to the that the franchise fee and Clay Electric !: I
,fired by the city council. Indications are that more 10 people are applying town We;use this JIIone)- for the rate Increase would add to their. (
for the' part-time position., 1 '."What the, people In the' city of benefit of the people of Brooker" said bills per month would be a hardship.
-"be council 'co ld note voU Hodges'a raise because'the position Is Brooker want, we will do,"said Coun-> Council Chairman Joe TolI_. .Steve Nipper then said that it seem
1Mt/atO AY.. ..... II ;i. eIect .,Tbe city charter prohibit elected officials from getting raises oilman Gene Melvin."We Just wanted '"If the city really needs the money" ed that the majority of the people did
I.UIWtbe next election. to where the is going. no one In here will say no but does the not want the franchise fee and made a
AU.IPOUI CLMFOOTtAUtAMQUCT ... _,. ,, .... i you see money ,
If the peope! don't want ft* we will city really need 1t?' asked LeonardBooth. >motion to. discontinue the fee. The
...... .' it he saId council voted unanimously in. favor. of
j .,o.If. OvMry CJuh ChamJtwr;Dinner Set.F15. against '
.Banquet .
'7 '.M.' \ > + ; ; .. The money.,. goes, into the generalWj Gene; Melvhf; i'epitedkhat; thecity.; this proposal. L'ar
Adu.wi .Tli4. Sagrh.dt Tn* annual Starke-Bradford County Chamber Commerce installation JF: : :

t.. and award banquet ,Is set Saturday Feb., 5, at the ,Starke Golf ft. 1.I .
:P .IaM. M Country Club.. -4\,:':r; ; r
; : 6sits 'Dinner will be served at rsop.m.: .f/ > I l Reappointed To Development Authority* 11 I

UmCKHJAO IANBAU CAMI .Phone the CbAmberA;984-SB7* S for reservadons.:"'*' '
"' MtSflAJM.HAMTtOM ...... .Fe 4 "'- _"" j .- I Four 'Bradford-businessmen; were owner of Garden,,Liquors: ., He received -, drew is'a member of the board oif
a/el tiY.N.. named by Governor Bob Graham to a bachelor's1 degree from the directors of the ,Northeast Florida
'-' \ : : f the i Bradford County Development University of Tampa In I960.. HU term, Children's Home Society. His term
/ C0UNCA/ in January expires in_November, 1985. expires In July, 1985. .:
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-_ .r''f.' ' Awiswal Nslt< .....;. A.Tirrle <:II"tAfI'-, .' J..Lanl'lcmlandGoy Andrews owner .Wiley's Precast Product
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... .000 rjIi cic '. ; \ : His term expires in July. 1985.. ; < of Hampton, Is
I .... ..4 p.*.. k'STAdIS I .AcoupUwKocorefoi'jooanJmoU *, .......... .......... ........., t -t. :"Vhto' hoy* 'grown captured th..1a.*'.... cn., sand lenIst William K. Alderman was newly' Company Ine. He "received'anassociate's ,,
: ed" 'Andrew, 74. of Starke M a realtor; degree from FemacoU! >
'. CAtaIt8"i'$ ..... old.t..and sowing their lives 'In ship In the hl..y, hemp ilttv* .1.*.. He received a bachelor's degree from Junior College In 1873. His term ..

.rJ v;aa.. "he. proc.ts... World..!] of. 'motocrm.ss... ''racing" ..;'.: ,K opekxraY...f6. of Star e" Is thert the University; of Florida In, 1138. An- pires In AUII\.II&.I983.
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Page 2A TELEGRAPH '"1, "" t ( ,. January M. 1983 ,..

. Teachers Hear 3 Area Legislators: '

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A shortfall of some $500 million in anxious for the MitlonarcUunroom SEA President Julie Miller said the 4k !I Ir
elate talc collection Un't keeping time. dollars come down from the state but
,Bradford's three legislator: from Rep.Williams noted he has always don't reach the teachers She asked If + ;
holding out hope for a salary Increase supported education. B9.2-percent of the dollars could be"earmarked" for .a ,,
to schoolteachers. the state budget goes to education teachers? Vo-tech auto mechanics Instructor
It was all friendly and upbeat last which Includes cot only 3,400 K-13 Quincy Gardner said salary
Thursday night Jan. 20, aa the three public schools but t universities and increases have; not been equitably +- Y
legislators were guest speaker at the 28 community colleges. Education distributed.The i \1, ; tYWr
annual legislative dinner sponsoredby has more employees than the state. problem with earmarkingfunds
the Bradford Education Association he added. Is that the legislature Is going
the local teacher union. Rep. Rep. Crady said his stand against for increased local 'control, said
Frank Williams. D-Crystal Lake collective bargaining him In trou- Layer. Dollars are more likely to
Rep. George Crady D-Yuteo ana ble with former House Speaker Ralph come down for broad areas, such as
Sen. Bill Grant D-Madlson all came Habea last term. Crady said hell not operations but could also be used for 1
out on the side of education. anti-union but Is for< what is right. salaries. It is up to the BEA: to get the. '
Some 10 educators attended plus After a few brief statements Crady money used for teachers.It .' '* : .,
school board member Patricia read two amusing poems to the takes three votes on the school tF i 4q '
Spongier Sheriff Dolph Reddish and educators present board to do what you want, Layer told Y
Circuit Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Green."I Rich Layer, in charge of govern- Mrs. Miller and Gardner.
ment affairs for' FF.A, United, the Sen. Grant said the legislature gave
really believe education: Is one of ,state teacher union also spoke to the teachers what they wanted-collective
the two top priorities"said freshman group. Layer's theme was for more bargaining. That prohibits giving
Sen. Grant. His other prioritie was money after which quality educationwill them a certain amount,of salary Increases -
funding for the handicapped. follow. Layer advocated closing he said. d.t} ti 3 l p y
Rep.Williams,Joking that he Is now loopholes on sales tax exemptions and Grant noted there is a Senate proposal ij ; i ICI
known in Tallahassee as "Landslide using the Increased funds to establish to do away with vocational
Williams" after his hard-won 400 vote teacher education centers. education, and that the committee
win over challenger Lee Drawdy Layer agreed with Sen. Grant that chairman favors that.
wouldn't say pay raises for state the school year should not be extended "We've got a struggle on our
employees are impossible with the because of the additional cost. He hands,"said Grant who noted not one
state shortfall looming. Furhermore noted that FEA-United has eight teacher has testified before the com ,, .b v.'G' .
Williams pointed out it Is Florida law fulltlme legislative lobbyists in mittee. itt
that the budget be balanced. Tallahassee. School board member' Patricia ,
After taking part in pre-session Spengler told the group about a small r+e:ddmht t ar frdlYTd! .,,.a,: ..Kam
committee meetings. Sen. Grant After brief speeches by the county legislative organization that
predicted the extended school year legislators, the floor was opened for has been formed under the Florida Teachers Corner Rep.-George Crady at Legislative Dinner..
idea won't get off the ground.The proposal questions from the teachers present. School Board Association. Mrs. :
lacks a few details said Sen. Teachers got no respect, said David Spengler will chair the, 41-county BEA President Julie Miller, an English teacher, and representing Bradford for the first time and 'veteraa
Grant like where Is the money com Phenniger, vo-tech carpentry Instructor group. W; Mrs. Hilda fey a social studies teacher'talk over Rep. Frank Williams, D-Crystal Lake who won a closely
ing from to pay for the extra 30 days? stealing' comedian ,Rodney Saying he didn't want to discourageMrs. education Issues with Rep.George Crady.D-Yulee, who contested race over challenger Lee Drawdy also attended
The senator admitted however he Dangerfield's theme. Rep. Crady Spengler. Rep. Williams noted Is representing Bradford County for the first time after the legislative dinner sponsored by the Bradford ,
has a strong lobby against the extended disagreed saying teachers are that five populous south-Florida the IWtt reapportionment of state house and senate Education Association.Williams says he's now known
shool)year in his wife a third grade respected by knowledgeable people. counties control the vote in both districts. Tallahassee as "Landslide Williams" after his' 400-vote
teacher and two teenaged sons not Rep. Williams agreed. houses of the state legislature. New state Senator ,Bill Grani D-Madlson. also victory.

I March 1 is Deadline in Bradford to Apply for Homestead Exemption I.Any I..

person in Bradford County who tant that he contact u property ap- return a renewal notice already n: March 1. deadline; It will not property taxes due to the fact that to 123,000. If the propertY Is worth
resides on property he owns\ needs to praiser's office at the Bradford Coun- ed from the appraiser's office in order automatically transfer to him U a their property is valued less than more than$25,000,then the owner who
apply for homestead exemption by ty Courthouse before the March 1 for the resident to continue to be eligi- person resides in a mobile home on $23,000 and they qualify for qualifies will pay taxes only on the
March 1 to be eligible for savings up deadline.Citizens can either go by the ble for the exemption. property that he owns, he may also be homestead exemption. portion of the value that exceeds I
to $459 in property taxes.If office or phone 904-6280 extension 216. If a person has purchased and liveson eligible for homestead exemptionwith Homestead exemption will exempta 25000.The amount of the tax he pays
a resident has not already madean If a resident has already applied for a piece of property whose previous the purchase of a special tag property owner from paying taxes will depend on the millage rate of UN
application for homestead exemp- and received: homestead exemption, owner qualified for ,homestead ex- It is estimated that 2,500 property on the property on which: he lives, up area in which he lives.
tion or if he has acquired any new property Ills not necessary: for him to reapply.But emption, the new owner still must ap- owners, or 60 percent of the property
on which he lives, it IslmporTornado such taxpayers must sign and for the himself --"'"""- -
ply exemption by the owners In Bradford County, pay no, I -
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. Talkby I I Pentecostal. Apostolic Sabbath Assembiyj General Medicine

Kelll Carver burger enjoyment contest The con- Announces the opening of his office at
test is offering prizes to the class who SERVICES 10:00: am Saturday ( .
Computer Dating at BUS??? earns the most points for eating hamburgers STARKE PLAZA '
The Junior class Is sponsoring at McDonalds. To earn 7:30 pm Tuesday j
Hart to Hart computer dating service points, every tin you eat at I (Next to Pantry Pride) t tI
for Valentines Day McDonalds tell them which class you County Road 230A Starke J.Al J.
To participate you need to fill out an represent and the class earns a point. Phone 473-2442 I Hours: 9-5 Mon.-F. I.
application stating your name race Anyone can represent a, class, even
and sex and answer a sheet of questions parents. The first prize for the most Andrew Cain,Pastor ,_ Welcome I PHONE.964-4668[ '
given with the application.When points is $150, second $75'and third -e ele.Aeiae.aI ele_e_ e*
all the applications are filled out the and fourth$50. So far.the Seniors are
will be sent to the computer service winning. It looks like the
and results will be sent. Everyone underclassmen: have a lot of eating to
who filled out an application will get tJIII! '.t" .r t<( ; -- --"
results containing a list tff 10,guy* or* ,
C that compatible with at \lentine Dance SetA ... | eat )
girls fill are twh 114x ., s : ... w .. t vJH
B,H.S. To out the application Is Valentines Dane,, sponsored by !
FREE but there will be a charge of the Junior class, is set Feb. II in the
$1.50 for the results. No dates are required cafeteria. So start making plans to at- i.
but it would be neat to see who tend the RED HOT event!I I
you are compatable with. And your \
name will be on several guys'or girls' Support Our Five..., ,
list.Take part and support the Junior The B.H.S. basketball team Is still f
classlll hustling for our school, but they can't
do all the pulling alone.
The Biggest Eaters??? The boys need support from
Can the Seniors eat more" students and anyone who enjoys a
It looks that, way. The local great game. They will be playing this
McDonalds is sponsoring a Ham-, Friday against Keystone at K.H.S.

I Contract to be Let Soon A -Sij

On Re-roofing Jobsfrom a
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( page 1A) was paying its attorney a $500 base .VV'
budget year bull then went along to allowance. '
make the vote for Forbes unanimous.
Supt. Tom Casey recommended .Authorized the asking of bids on a
Forbes. Parrish said Forbes has been closed circuit TV system for Lawtey .*"
doing a good lob for the board. Mrs. Elementary School plus more' m
receivers for other schools. Mrs.
Becker said she was concerned about
Brown's lack of experience in education Lucille Payne' said that state funds w
law. have been approved for the project.

Forbes price Is$10,000 per year plus e
travel expenses. Brown bid$8,500. THE BRADFORD

Voted to open hearing applications COUNTY TELEGRAPHPuMslrad
for the school board attorneys appointive stew Tkunday.it CARPI'PRICES
position which it was thought 139 W. Cal: Street
Monday night expired Feb. 16. Since Sttrkfl. Ftortta 32091 k bf '
then, however it has been discovered
that the board voted back in July to' s.c.... class petals paid at FROM
renew the contract of current school Stark. Florida -
board attorney Richard Welly until,
July 1983. SubscrtBflM Halts:
Welty currently draws $350 per, ..1rHe'.e. : $10.00 par year $ ..15.a.falll e

month calling from the for school a guarantee board of his seven contract $3.80 six nouns rn' < d ':with 6i ez. iJ' Pad

hours per month at$90 per hour.lithe OutikJa Wads am: $11.00 par par ? : .J- '
attorney works over the seven! be Is : SI.OO silt saantha ,- v "Drab" old"fleers #t m'i
paid more. Prior ,to Welty the board, .. Tired, of tosejams ? Brighten t i 'new
freni : .'* ."A"
Furniture. '
carpet 8enmarfq: ( |

We' hevo)rods of ,durable,nylon carpet .in_stock tor;Immediate? instaHa-

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Geophysical' company Seismograph t ;

vice Corporation of' Tulsa, Okla., .is. plan- DurAe{i,nylon')carpet TODAY'S I 8 EAT VALUtl, 'Resist, *. sell' .;bides
spettVand most spills removed ., 4"Wjf1
oil and' In : Bradford .
ning an gas ,survey "; "-vwj t ,, \
the Let. .ur offer you the, best,(In style,.q alrty''and value for,year carpet pur
,County. This surveywill' employ, Ch '..1 "f'in '

,vibrosis; system of ceHecting data. It wjNv" I REI t..." R.' ; i'. "",,""" 1f',, :"! ,

be performett'an'' County Reads C-22S tI "It's"' -' Fact" better' ,"" f
a ,you can de at_ ,.;" .

C-225 & Sampson,Trestle(,Read. .DENMARK ,FUftMiTUftE.

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This will be a surface werk survey performed -,

during _January.': 'and 'February DENMARK FURMITURE. : r ck S' .

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Spear ler heads.

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Seeking; more lobbying

; : Clout in education "

,.. v # .w'1i ar
,, Bradford school board member given classroom space and a certified
tY e4Ni Patricia Spengler Is heading a groupof teacher, thereby Increasing !the
x 41 small counties seeking a more per student above state age
effective voice in lobbying for their .... .
t p share of state education funds. Board chairman Rodney Hall notedat
Y I i par tr; ti gW,, arTeh The Bradford School Board backed the Monday! night,Jan.24,meeting
Mn. Spengler'* effort by adoptl that. Florida* larger counties have
resolution m support of the new =' for several been
ijsr', tarsi" ro a; years organized as a
ing group, which will operate! wi Large County Council"within FSBA
the Florida School Board Association, and' have obtained legislative
1 4\ --I: 1I and agreed to help fund the group assistance for some of their unique
1 ulhM t 1 ,y, with an immediate $100 and "such needs, some of which differ from the
V other funds as may be necessary from needs of smaller counties.
time to time." Mrs.Spengler has for several yean
Items listed by Mrs. Spengler for been active in the FSBA and has continually
j I the newly. formed group to work on voiced protests against what
i A are: 1) the Cost of Living Index under she considers the unfair coet.of-living
i I which small counties are paid less index. The Bradford district, for in-
iI ,r r
I 1t'p. Mr !Illf'' a 6"3j percent of state school funding earn. 96 cents on the dollar of the state
I M .
ed; 2) the sparcity factor, In which education funds It actually earns
I y rural counties need more funds per .because of its school enrollment
i student operate special programswith "Small county school board
7 t) Just a few students, and 3) the members feel they have not been getting -
cost of busing in rural areas. the attention the could if banded
In its first year of operation the together" Mrs.Spongier explained to
: '1 YI ii Small County Council, as the FSBA the Bradford school board Monday
) : group Is beginning to be known will night.
keep its goals simple and to a "Just in their, Pat" said
? Southside Elementary Smarties... minimum, Mrs. Spengler says. school boar member JT. Parrlsh
An unfair burden la placed on small who made the motion to Join the Small
.,'Thirty-nine students at Southalde Elementary earned stralght-A's for the se- 'Third row, standing: Michael McKinney, Steve Bradley, Jennifer Key,. counties by state-mandaled excep County Council.Supt.Tom Casey said
cond, six weeks grading period which ended Nov. 23. ,Johnny Frampton. Leslie Folsom, Brittany Stile, Leigh) t Ann Odom, Santiyar tional student program which serve' he doesn't see how anything but good
The student are (1-r): Sarnt,Thomas Odom,Christina Hall, Ray Neesmith,Shelley Dampier,Kelli only! a few students but who must be can come of the organization.
,. Front row,kneeling: Joe Starling, Bethany Lee, Kevin Hall, Heather. NorWest, Amy Trlest. '
ton.Jim Autry Holly Hatcher Cynthia Agin, Becky Phillips. Back row,Marta Strickland Wendy Rawls Jason Canova, Jonathan'
Second row, also kneeling: Amy RankS, Brian Canova'Jane StanwixFerguson.. 1 Byron Lee Julie Williams, Hanna Dodd,Jason Ferauson.
Hay, Kelly Duncan, AImee Ferguson, Stephanie Agin Danielle Smith. Absent on |picture day: Charmell McPherson, Michael Rodriquez. I
Bible Seminar Planned'A

Revelation Bible Seminar will'be reservations for these free Bible
Brooker held at the Bradford County High study classes. .
'11iO ....t 40Cajv News-. -. .. =.... .1.. .. ..=. School Cafeteria beginning Feb. 1. This seminar will not be a series of
The classes will be held every Sun lectures. It will be a study session
::If day. Tuesday and where the ask
" Thursday from participants the ques
leI ;$;lf> kyC.E."S, -"Davis learned and will learn during. the five- planting ceremony,according to principal grade, Mandy' Garrard; second.; 7:30-8:30( p.m. throughout February tions. All study materials for the
1to phone 4SS-1344<< ,day stay. Wayne McLeod. ." > .j i s:. Stephen McLeod; third David Hig- and March. Seats are limited and will seminar will be provided for all par
35?" Points of interest trips are plannedto : More than 140 students attended(he,;, ( Bins; fourth Tammy Wilkerson; be filled on a first-come basis, unless ticipants,including a special Seminar
,Birthday Celebrations Gatlinburg, Term and surroundingareas program which ,Included ar song. fifth Robert Grey and sixth. Loris reservations are made In advance. Bible with paging matched to the
.One-Year-Olds and an introduction, to.a real, ''America" led by Mrs. Susan ;' Callan. Call 9644310 or 782-3464: to makeAnnouncing study materials.
,live Indian (for some a first). poem frees recited by Anthony In the essay contest held in fifth andsixth
I : Little Joey Lewis, son of Mr.: and Girl Scout assistant Ethel Douglas, Wentworth and "A World Without grades the winners were -
1 Mrs. Greg Lewis, and Tabatba. and .aid the )'OUJIIladies are now'andwill Trees" read by Sarah Douglas and ,Stephanie Gainer and Angle Starling.
1I :r-) ,Samantha Green twin daughter 0(. be for the next two weeks) taking ,'Melllsa Hislon. The Openingof '
I I i' Mr. and Mrs.Wayne Green,were sinx cookie orders of 'which will. be Guest speaker* ,were DeRitch'i Athletic Association
Ii } rounded by a host of friends when ,delivered around March 2. Green of Container"Corporation of
i rV they met; at the Brooker Community The girls are also asking for donations 'America and Rev Andy Moon,pastor'<1 The- Brooker Athletic Associationwill f'
*}., 'Center Saturday afternoon Jan. 8, to of, aluminum products ,for, of, the Brooker Baptist Church. meet Thursday night,Jan. 27 at 7p.m. .9iHt 'Rome
I celebrate their first birthday resale. While a portion of the program was .* at the Brooker Elementary
The center was decorated With other projects planned the given to the history of Arbor Day the School. l
S throughout In the Smurf girls are in hopes of raising the$750 to, importance of trees to all people was Those Interested in forming a BAA I I
\ : (; game time, the air theme.charged $BOO needed for the trip"Mound stressed. Forests are a unique and should be present at this time. The PEST CONTROLResidential1
\) with excitement as the little birthday renewable resource and are vital to Association will sponsor recreational
: people began tearing into their gifts. the protection of the water supply and activities for Brooker youngsterssuch
J 'L' fie fun time of sharing the opening of Town for providing abundant.'raw.material. as Dixie 'Youth baseball, girls'
the packages came to ,a halt as ''tobidu try. fftbaU et:. '
refreshments were served. to the 40 Mr*. Ethel Douglas said the monthof Trees have aesthetic\ values otherwise ?, It would also benefit adult Softball . COnr1p4, ... _
J unduplicated and the forest at, for men and women, .,
December '
was a rush rush one for '
guest... preaen _fordsv.8belterandl.Iood.JforwUdJlfliv : ;its,....AU Interested persons-are urged to : : ;;
,""" "f."t '1''"' ". her and be*family the-aMvaletx" 4 ;:, "' '='" ''
.hq,guetts attending} .was a gr.ndIIony.'euley Karrwwt..born Dec. Thousands of useful products comej .",. ""' Qlln. ,, .': 't!. '9.\l'f; -.w:; ;' 'Of..,..,..t: b., 1.*; jh'-'B-l- r' ,..,
.. .. 'dlrecUv l from Florida forest* fAt { > ,.. ; .," _D .. I .
d'" "ou' IlaIJ..... : .aII".1GesM, T I.! f ,/ !i..t. 'r". ., ,
klrtoiftta tintatafe .t1.T RehdetNeeded: ,
.>beside Wfc P' *d- SUrke tMn CI .' rnas4S4ePdatyy! bras among the '' 1'1'' "" '' ._, ." ."I' ... -. f I
mother Ruby Kasterling of Keystone, Dee. 30 wedding of *'ever to observe a Tree-Planting Day; <. J : '
great grandmother Effie Hodges and daughter to Leroy Slanker at in 18M. All states'observe Arbor Day'though Bids are being accepted by' the ( Commercial, f
grandmother. Hodges of Lake City. some,on different, dates. Town of Brooker and Is to be submitted mEmBER '
'j Florida official Arbor is the third In sealed envelopes to the City .
Brooker. The twins' grandmother Is it any wonder Douglas was happy Day ,
Ji Maedel Green of Brooker,and grandparents ''to see 1963 arrive, But then grandmother Friday In January. Clerk of the Town of Brooker, P. O.
i Mr and Mrs. Hagfcs of. *have special place and feeling Special literature' on the Importance Box 127,on or before 7 pm.,Tuesday*
,Starke, in their hearts for the little ones of conservation' was: made Feb. 8 for a water meter reader I MEMBER
and Douglas Is no exception as she, available by the Florida Departmentof Duties are read meters each month "
brought young Wesley home with her Agriculture and Consumer Service Once a month Install new meters; cut NATS
Brooker Girl Scout' last Saturday for a day of good ole' Division of Forestry to all school re water on and off as needed; and must PEsT: CONTROL t t
fashioned grandmother TLC. questing Following the program perform to the satisfaction of the I ASSOCIATION
students took in trees council and clerk. : .
The matured Christian fellowship part planting
Fund.raising projects are under from the Division of Forestry: Bid .period is from February
monthly luncheon will be hold at the
by the Brooker Girl Scouts in nurse
way Brooker The small trees were offered through September, 1983. The Town I '
Baptist Church dining room
hope of raising monies to cover exfor ,
with at no cost to Brooker Elemen- Council reserves the right to accept or ...r
time scheduled
out in the..
a planned camp at 11:45 a.m.Member tary School and to all other schools reject any and all bids submitted
in Carolina this
North sum-
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and fellow Christians of, the state Each ,student,was able to. 9644919Tom I
Election Set Feb: 14
w bile7 there the girls will be work. other areas are Invited to come bring, take. a tree home to plant. .
a covered' dish and Join In the On Thursday afternoon Dave Norton
Ina ton camping skills earning followed of the Division of Forestry talkedto The Town of Brooker will hold an Rowe Manager ,
n fercuO a first long fellowship aln&ln8.and election Feb. 14,for three ,
some afterward. Brooker students about "The Importance on Monday,.
dis for will be prayer '
4nce trip
of Trees' and assisted in a seats on the Town u>>uncil.
Y f educational in many.ways. A There will be referendum
tree planting ceremony in front of the a on proposed
pi ted .topoftl'1II Stone Mountain School News school ', Charter Amendment.The Rt. 3 Box 344 Starke. H 32091
j ,
Ga- to Six : ? ? ,
f&*7.a'' trip. Flags over i- v : -.' A poster contest was sponsored at the: election will be held at City Hall
Geo iia then on to Black Creek, N.C. school with follows from 7 a.m. to 7 ,m.
the will Mi and Arbor Day wa* observed Jan. 21 at winners as : p
w i girl up camp

undertake y the many skills they Jove; DES' ,with a, .special. ,program" .Ii' .and 4 n tree* .' ,,,Kindergarten', '. : Jacky. Osborne, ; first --- ,
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'tr.... By Dolores Men* Hampton. Elementary School: lovely'that day. their. essays about .9PIECETHRIFT ..plp.or ton
'.. Phew 4584916Bookmobile It's Elementary* this experience 'stopping. at I
.McDonalcf s for refreshments on the BOX u" .
On Saturday Jan.8,Mrs.Claudette' way home was a highlight of the trip. i I cuMonw Good only p.p I
Frees accompanied 17 of her fifth. 'On' Saturday; Fell. 13, 'their\ 'program for ootnbkwllon wMtodarfconfera / I
''The"Bradford"County Bookmobileserves graders to Jacksonville oean be seen at 11:30 am. : on r g CuMonw
the people of this area everyTuesday There they participated In the pro, .Channel *., pay a0 applicant+ I
from.12.3a: until 1:30 p.m.at gram; It's Elementary, at TV.station MlMlM.2PECE 1 1I
the Post lot. This to a WJXTOIannel4.f.. :- I I
free Office They were Welcomed :by'' the1bcetCM 1 i
," ,/Terri Ferlici and introduced 'N....8ttedeatsr, I (
"' teeabrptls.ad 10 the bright lights of 'television K.Iy'c.l e"dch :.
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wT'1 Ma. I..d n. d
cameras.: Among the games they en- Entering the school'on Jaa. 25 were --
All local senior citizen are invited Joyed were Space Patrol Inside Out Robbie Carter la Vicki Powell's third -- ,
to meetings of the Bradford County Answerball. Math Mechanics. ';audI ,grade and Morris Phillip Carter in $
Senior Citizens Club which are held i Scholastic Scramble. :, .Shirley Bagwell's second grade.They e iii I '

every Tuesday at noon in the Pratt The viM of,the St.Johns River: was, formerly lived( in Starke..) \, $129 :

Street Recreation Center.Those conning .., ',' ,'" j
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are asked to bring along a bag

lunch,.Coffee Is furnished by the club., '

4-H daft Meets 'IPUauQ: ;" ::1-. I SNACK PLUS t 1IIIIr.........1t11itU.I 'I' ,

the Colonr
Gel 2 ple ol
Green Leaf \ .
The Hampton 4-H Club I Original Recto or Extra I
held their last meeting on Jan..19 at Crispy Chicken. Mashed
the home of,Mary Janr Newman.. potatoes' and Gravy
Amy Redding t tad .the American NOTICE! r I lint...*coupon per' I
Pledge, and Tammy Peoples led the r. Cutlonw'iTh1..MK d.1 cad_
4-fI Pledge. Upcoming events and pa'ya'( ell ,ppc.bts a._F.rd Q..neaa.a
'demonstration, techniques .werediscussed. "': '.. ii v .... Male-......M t

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Their next meeting.Is scheduled for" .
,Feb. 16 at,!the ,Newman. home after 'pLEAS; 'tAkE' ;:NOTiCE*'that i ,the{b..Town ,.. I

arJi9Q L., -CbasxatuMMis*, !of Brooker;' Florida,"'will held elections J on' I ,'69$ o.t.s.......w tn5eestaw's .
>>en': wishes I'to Helen','Sharon Tuesday; F bryary, !,15th,'::;.1 9H9,,, .t tT9.wn.' "' Offer good at these stores onlY: 15PIECECARRYPACK Itoola*or Edn.q .

Yeoman* and David Alan Stone who Hall from; ,700. 'a.m. until p.m.for', : METRO JACKSONVILLErQAE3 I :
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were married Jan. 21 at'the oo'rmu : / .STARKE MACCLEf'lN)'.; ---..ort.-
0 slntreb to Keystone HeljsHta.-; .council 'and -; i t wearK, Good GnIy rbr
T three;: ,:seats there'will be' a'retotldltlxl' ji, a GAINESVILLE I --..-view

ors .. OtA pnp) Md C:*1EM ri$ .:Amendment. ::,0/11/ ..QCti.a dark....... C--

Jan.. '13-Domnis .ROberta wee J2( .".Copies:of this" are' availabJc:at..City,; t tju'Wf .,. ,'' I, [JJ .paps...ell.tan.T. applicable. ,

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HcW .fUI"NewAb: t The Swamp :" it:.." March" Again.,' '. .. .... ,

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other name stinks just as badly. p.
any .
(Guest. Editorial from Th. I' .
it's air
'fI in the'world mined
Wherever of ihe First
Company F: Florida Voluntary
Gainesville Daily Sun) and water pollution naturally seem to Infantry CSA,Is marching again.But Company F, uFirst

follow .Smoggy peat fires and dried although the uniforms, equipment, and *,' "
The Santa Fe Swamp wouldn't be in peat dust are only two side effects. even the beards of the men .in the ranks ,. .

such trouble if it didn't look so useless, Even Georgia-Pacific's consultant, look Just as 1122dyearrs those .In the Con Florida
federate Army ago UM bullets
lust bogging there doing nothing much .
Environmental Science and Engineering used today are blanks, and the "battles"fought .
but holding water. concedes that mining most of the are reenactments

Who cares? So, Georgia-Pacific will affect the water air and noise and confusion rather than death
wildlife destruction. Infantry
plans to delve beneath' the surface, quality.GeorgiaPacific. .' .
recovering therefrom the BTUs hiddenin hasn't applied to The new Company F,organized ten months I
ago by a group of Civil War buffs.in the
the muck. The wants to
company mine the Santa Fe Swamp yet. It wantsto
Keystone Heights/ area, could be considered Is 'Reborn'
disturb 5,314; acres of Bradford County practice first in a Putnam County a tribute to Capt. Richard Bradford -

swampland to recover peat to fuel its swamp. Those plans appear foiled, the youthful commander of the

pulp and paper mill in Palatka. though, because of state regulators.The original Company F, and the man for ,
whom Bradford County was named In .
Luckily nobody else seems to agree. Florida of Environmental December of 1861. Bradford lost his life ,:
declared in- leading his men In an effort to retake Fort
The issue is whether Santa Fe tentions to. squelch the company's Pickens at Peiuacola In the. early months / .

Swamp is. as useless as it looks. dredge and fill operation in Cow Bay, of the war. :'

Assuredly, it isn't useless. It's part of because the mining would degrade 'The new Company F was organized to

the Santa Fe River's headwaters. It water in the swamp and ,a nearby participate in the r s-ena trnent of the Bat-
buffers against rainy and dry spells creek.. Florida seems to be gearing up fie of Olustee and other Civil War battles
and also may be part of Florida's com the door 'on which have become popular in recentyears
to slam GeorgiaPacific'sshovel.
plex water'recharge area. The spongy and are attracting. thousands of take* place. Each unit has a full safety inspection captain of his company, although he was
peat bog is'a filter for the Santa Fe former spectators, as well as Florida participants, to before every reenactment, and the youngest man on the roster. Federal
River which is one of the Suwannee's That's hopeful news for the Santa Fe .battlegrounds Prevatt in Jr.and whospearheaded the use of propane lanterns or us stoves Is troops already held Fort Pickens on Santa

largest tributaries. Swamp. And there's even better. Myron interest in the Keystone unit, prohibited: "We cook" in big iron kettles six- Rosa Island, near Pensacola, and Confederate
over an open fire, Prevatt says. "A commanders were determined to
Effects of Santa Fe River pollution Although Georgia-Pacific repeatedly .said it was chartered as Explorer Post 4C6.under gallon pot of stew will last us_all weekend." win back control of the best natural harbor
classification created the
has said it isn't Interested in selling, it a new by
the Gulf Coast.
would shudder all down the Suwannee.For seems to be reconsidering. And even Boy Scouts of America In order to charter Uniforms worn by the Keystone,unit on !
that reason, the Suwannee River the group as a Civil War Historical Post It were ordered from the only authentic On October f, some 1,000 Confederate
Water Management District has made assuming those talks fail, and the state is currently made up of 17 male and five uniform manufacturer of Civil _War troops, Including Capt. Bradford and his
were to grant, a permit, the' water female members), ranging in age from 13' reproductions in the- U.S. "They are men, landed at night on Santa Rosa Island
the swamp its top land-buying priority.The management district still has the final toll. authentic down to the actual weave of the four miles east of Fort Pickens. On their

district has state funds to do the option of taking the swamp by eminent The group $J,500 loan to get wool,and are cut from original patterns of march toward the fort they were repelledby
too. securedea Federal ,and Capt. Bradford, at
job, domain.On organized C and anticipates that period Prevatt laid: troops
offd the head of his men,was one of the six Confederate
Peat mining is a way of life in places another front the Bradford Coun- having the loan paid by the end of this The guns carried by members of the unit soldiers who lost their lives.
like Ireland and the Soviet Union. But month Prevatt said. Some additional are called muskets, and come from different -
ty Commission. is contriving art ordinance -. funds were also contributed by : sources. The Keystone unit has at In his official report of the battle Col. 3.:
it's a new game in the United States. businessmen and!private individuals. The Patton Anderson, the commanding officer
to regulate mining. With aggressive .i least five original muskets and others are<
And it has never been tried commercially like the Santa Fe Lake unit meets once a month for drills and ,1864 replicas. 'The musket carried by wrote: "First on the list stands the name
in Florida even though about a groups camp-outs,and members must also attend Prevatt son, Bubba, was used by the of Capt. Richard Bradford 111I Regiment,
quarter of the state is peat bog bottomed. Dwellers Association looking over dress rehearsals' for future. battle reenact-' boy's great-great grandfather,'' Albert S. Florida Volunteers. He fed at the head of
It's so new neither the state nor sympathetic county shoulders,' the ordinance ments.. Chalker of Mlddleburg. during the Civil his company in the first engagement with
any '
promises to tilt in the direction At one of the first battle reenactments War. The 1841 Mississippi rUle 18 a prized the enemy. Capt. Bradford was brave,
has rules that
county specifically it should toward protecting water and in which they took part-the Battle of family heirloom and was originally Issued Just generous, and enlightened, and his
regulate mining. Bradford County still air quality for its residents and thoseof Gainesville, held.November./ 10-31 at to the unit commanded by Jefferson Davis native State, upon whose soil he fell, and
is scratching jts head over whether to Orange Keystone unit was Prevatt said. whose cause has been consecrated with

call the process mining or,'as Georgia- its neighbors. recognized Sprlngs-the ss one of the most historically cap 'Bradford, who commanded the this blood, will long delight to honor the

Pacific prefers, harvesting.It Next, Georgia-Pacific can expect to correct and authentically dressed groups original Company F of Civil War days: wu shed memory lustre of upon a son her whose arms snort, and career whose fate has
hear from the tadpole lobby. participating. It was also commended: forbeing a young officer from Leon County. He was she laments ''' '*
U a public calamity.
hardly matters. Peat mining by the
of best-trained
.. one fighting outfits a descendant of William Bradford who
in the field, Prevatt said came to America on the. Mayflower and Shortly thereafter a bill was Introducedin

"We are extremely safety conscious," became the first Governor of the Pilgrim the 1861 Florida Legislature "to change
he added. "We tie down all bayonets and colony:at Plymouth. the name of New River County In this Stateto

Deer Tongue Suspected : knives, and all ramrods are stripped from H. volunteered for service at the out- that of Bradford County in honor of the
'n of the late Capt Richard Bradford.
the guns and stored before the memory ,
I fighting break of the war in 1SS1 and was. elected ."

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1 JJhiSome,<4flfoaccO'.f)interests: ,maintain Ji.rla1. b y Back in'UhiLunenlightened\ r days.'of.ithe ->S'J !'iSiVr': 'rtfrrw .O$ ,_ ..,.
of : : -' "
of the 1930s that the use DeerTongu&Jnefgarettes ..Notebook I iIiiio : .
Big Depression hungry1folks ounI.T'ngen aaagfaA I j .. .....
in Bradford and other hardup was discontinued in the early 1970s
after tests linked its coumarin contentto
neighboring counties used to sell Deer '
Tongue to the tobacco companies for a cancer in laboratory test animals. computer IB a computer-Is a umbla County Agriculture Building in A registration packet will contain:
few cents "Twantmuch" But the Florida rlmes-Union'recently computer-Is a computer, but they are not Lake City. material on selecting computers and programs -
a pound. reported that the tobacco industry still an the tame. They are a mystery to many The half-day workshops have been 'a handbook on keeping farm

...but every penny helped in buys and uses between 300,000 and one people, including me. However, they can designed to aid new and prospective records with computers, and actualllClft..
those days.In be a real asset In almost home or micro-computer
any who
annually. might be ware programs that! can be run on the com
million pounds of Deer Tongue business Including our farms and ran-. ,'wondering what it's all about" Those attending puter.Registration.
case you think they had to kill a .. Some unconfirmed charges have ches. will receive the latest Information win beat 8:30a.m.:and !UM

deerlo get Deer Tongue for the tobacco been made that Deer Tongue is also us- To Introduce out local farmers and other' about microcomputer hardware programs -, workshop will be held from I a.m. til.1.09.:

market..don't be upset. Deer ed in pipe tobaccos and snuffs. But interested people to computer technology and communications,and handsonexperience p.m.Everyone

Tongue is.the common name for an most manufacturers will neither confirm the University of Florida's Institute of with several and kinds personalized of Instruction who'wanta to attend should
herb with a fancy title, Frasera nor deny these charges. Food and'Agricultural Sciences WAS) .which have personal compute pre-register so that plans can be made for
potential for
and home meeting room accommorfattaistaflnd
has scheduled two identical computer1 :
speciosa-or wild vanilla.It is found in
At the present time, no federal agency workshops In our area next month. The use.The materials developed and u available,.for'
South Georgia and North Florida. workshops are open to In-. each 'Cafl......re3JSW7
is responsible for regulating the ad- first will be held.Monday,Feb.21,at the terested in anyone person. or
Clay County Agricultural Center on SR-U personal computers.The ses come by your County AgenTs'sOUe arthe
Deer Tongue is sometimes used by ditives that into cigarettes and atom should be
go one mile west of G.Cove Springs. The especially beneficial to Agriculture Building on North 301 .In
manufacturers to impart a mild and tobacco products in the U.S. In Great other will be!Tuesday. Feb.,32. at the CoI.i. farmers, ranchers, bankers and other Starke for more Information said/"",,- our 1 1preregistratfon

mellow flavor to tobacco products Britain and Canada, however, alricu1tw'al.peclaJla... form as' 1OOI1..JIOIIM1Ie.!!

especially cigarettes. But little did cigarette manufacturers are compelled '; ,.'. ,! ..i."" "I .. s."lqq4__..._biiBWr u_'"
those hard-times Deer Tongue to provide lists of every ingredientthat '

harvesters know they i might be peddling goes into their brands.. : ; Com and, Tobacco Programs to Be .Topic \-fjja\ : ;: M
a substance called "coumarin "d' .. ,, "
: '. !
been taken to'make this
which tests'in recent have indicated Steps have ,. : I I
years available to smokers In' / For Discussion ASCS 1'S
is poisonous to the liver, and is information ,. at Meeting. Feb.
also under America also, and an agreement was 1'm iwartT
suspicion as a possiblecause
recently reached between the ;,)i,0,/ JC .tn ", 10- .Q1
of cancer. manufacturers and the U.S. Depart.. Two new led<
scientists the West ment of Health and Human Services to bases and/or tobacco allotments,will be discussed by Warren yield that will be accepted in return foe diverting all of their
Germans Carver, executive director of ,the Bradford
banned coumarin County Any amount maybe bid, but it must be no more naabTobacco
TheAmerican offer
entirely in make this information public. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service at 7:30 the rate for the 1.30
1969 after tests on mice linked it with Tobacco Institute, which is p.m. Tuesday, Feb. t. in the ASCS office at Starke. percent PL

cancer. Later studies on, baboons, financed: by the.tobacco companies, is, Program,
saw'tnere were t
Carver SB-CO farms
in Bradford
however conflicted with earlier tests the but some County eligible
'said to be preparing list
and the ban has been partially lifted: that it will to participate in the new PIX(paat.in kind) grain pro. :Bndiord County now has its farms with tobacco allotments'
has been expressed
'doubt "gram! and US.(arms with tobacco a enta. totalInIl7S acres (2a0000 .
But the 'government still limits,the contain all of the 500 unknown ingredients however leased to other pounds Most. 01. tbI& acreage

manufacture of cigarettes containing that are believed to be in use. at 1S1p-up falter the PIK'III'OI rata started Monday and will'continue growers.
Deer until March II. It was designed by the U.S. Depart Under +
Tongue. the
government atloa'pnIIIp'aJII
new ,
the present ment of Agriculture to reduce excessive supplies of feed tobacco allotments price ltabill amfboS the1tessor
It seems that cigarette makers are Thousands t of smokers have already grains and certain other crops In hopes of ultimately boosting and the lessee have must been cut ten percent into the
cents pound
pay seven
reluctant to reveal all of the additives given up the of tobacco's crop prime,.jfern' ,in the major crop affected by.the P'OII'IJIIIi fund for tobacco price supports.Last year' assessment per was

they use in, their formulas for"the nicotine content and its contribution to only three cents a pound and was levied only..on the grower'

smoke that satisfies." They argue that lung cancer. Certainly the public has aright As explain ocl by the USDA. a farmer who takes out of production the lessee). '

to do so would violate their need to protect to know U;here are other ingredients additional acres of corn over what he takes out under Corn growers and tobacco: allotment owners may obtain full'
the flavoring ,secrets that make be as the current program! will receive *s payment a certain details ol these programs from the Sta.rU.ASCS office'
in tobacco that may just the he would have those
amount-of corn grown oa acres. or by attending the meeting ia the agricubturlil
one brand of cigarette favored over injurious to health as nicotine..If the Farmers wishing/ to take their entire base acreage out of pro- .bunbullding next ;41 7:30 p.m. .

another. It is believed that as many as lowly Deer Tongue is one of these of ,3

500 different compounds are added to fenders, the public has a right to know ',;ft. : .'.. ,

tobacco to enhance its flavor, aroma, about it, and our government should

moisture content and rate of burn. see to it that.its citizens are informed.. Forestry in .Bradford_ : :CountyfcyltawUW.Nortoa ,Head Has M Start Enrolled Program

', ..' ."J' Landowners Interested la Joining the Bradford County's Head Start program
.t. resumed January IT with n Braonri CWuty Feresterft'1' ranks of Tree Farmers and with a desire to' OIL.1"eII ter. The program..MWrattag In

help the, environment, white they help three classrooms at the RJC\ center la
Mr. O. Fairbanks Mr. A. Geiger 'and themselves may have tunr wuuoiaads .Inspected Starke! Is under the temporary sponsorshipof
Messrs. .J.. Swimmer and H .Cohen had for certification AT NO CHARGE. the North Florida Community Action!

their timberland approved for certlflca- They may contact Clean E.Knouoht,State Agency,.based in jackMnviOev.(

The Mriy Spwiifh" dollar; MM broken into ..tight ,pl.ett to make ct+.rges. Uoa in the American County..Tbe Tree Farm, svstond County, ,Tree Farm: Chairman,,.at.the Florida.. Bids win be received by the Atlanta office
located Bradford '
I Forester iDa ectId the forest lands for '_try' 'Association, > O Box MM, this spring for' a permanent sponsor:,

n .... membershiplB the statewide Tree Farm (Tallahassee Fl Sam or contact: the County. The Jacksonville aency will continue
..A. C'o- Forester ext 318.) sponnorhug the program until the doM 01
Program IP'UrM! by.. the' Florida lee .." '
pre.e school In
Forestry AsMUtkw.1According :t\\ year
0 "Qt ifiqtr ., J .
I AsoaciaSoa Executive Vice!

President mtua,CarrtU Lamb,they will
Mt fl. FERGUSON JOHN M. MUER. be awarded fMteBiiU r green aud white.

......... TREE!: rAMft sisjs)display on tielr land.
They will..receive a certificate sing
...... ....11Ian8r aid satawd w triad a. Nitta N at fact.." J'}, that Opt forest lands are. being
4 .sl......R. aadsr sat al Ifs. f1,1671 I. ii, :. : managed "I* aawre a wealth of environmenlal'MsteilM -, -
for Floridians.well
5aaer1M spa let reds.near S/1 fw flr; K eta wtbll T .. .we.
ef essential .. .. ....
as an supply about 10bneahe
.... ....... aatilea rids. arse 111 Psi Year.....Iii tssatas : .. ......f1lEttds. materials adMB ta .*.rest* the growing demand' :_",ftNIIIV 1" under ..... e minute' ...... ...".tiix t;tight. ..... s1.aV

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1.1 Christina Dobbs and John Butler Married Jan. 2

Mr. KfA\ Mnk Arlie J. Dobbs oflwtey ,... -.., ."..";. .. .. hair attached to a comb, and each receiving line were the bride and
announce the marriage of carried a long stem white silk rose. /groom and their parents. Miss Mar The Social Side
their daughter.- hrttlrai Sue.d John Miss Margaret Kristen Gintafson the Smith kept the bride's book. ,
Edward Butler, ion of Mr. Bin. of Pensacola niece of the bride, was The bride's table was covered witha
Edward F. Butler. of Fort Pierce. flower girl and carried a basket of red lace cloth and centered with a three '
Rev. Walter Monta performed the rose petals. Miss Dawne Noelke of tiered wedding cake decorated with Gladys,Mooty Of The :
double-ring ceremony an Sunday, Fort Pierce, niece of the groom, was baby albride white roses
Jan: 2,at* p.m. In the Starke Church ringbearer.The with and groom.Come '*". -.:
of God, t". bride,given In marriage by her held nuts and mints. Mrs Loran Society '
Presenting a program of nuptial father wore a white satiny dress Thomas cut the cake. '
music were Daniel Martin, organist, with see-thru silk lace over it featuring .- The punch table was' covered with a 964-7608 NeWS/l
Eddie Sampson, pianist and Mra. see-thru long sleeves trimmed in lace cloth and centered with a clear o ;.. ,
Wayne Guatafaon soloist. lace at tie wrists and elbows. There glass punch bowl presided over by V4i \ "
Decorating the altar for the was lace around the neck and trimmed Mrs. Jene Green of Gainesville. Mrs.
candlelight service were two large: er' 'h with lace all around the bottom of Sandra Gustafson of Pensacola also
candelabras with burning tapers. a the dress with, pearls sewn Into the assisted l in serving. Rice bags were I
kneeling bench for the couple a unity lace. Her crown of lace with white handed out.
candle flanked by candles winich the side combs secured her 15-foot veil Following a wedding trip to the
two mother lit and blue carnations in, trimmed with lace.She wore a strand Florida panhandle Gulf of Mexicoand
a golf container.; ) ntMr. of white pearls and carried a white Pensacola the couple Is residing
Walter Hlggt. in of Fort Pierce and blue silk bouquet of roses with in Gainesville.
served as best man and Gary baby blue silk ribbons. The bride attended school at Trinity
Berdeux of Gainesville was an usher. Mrs. Lawrence Crews of Lawtey Christian Academy and graduated
Mrs. Michael Dobbs ot Marathon. was director from the Pensacola Junior College.
sister-ln-law of the bride,was matronof A reception was held at the home of She 'Is at the.
honor. Miss Pamela Charisse 'the bride's parents In Lawtey. Blue Alachua County Sheriffs office
Crews of Lawtey was' a bridesmaid. and white bridal bells Were hung' The groom graduated from Indian
They were attired alike in baby blue throughout the dining area, dining River Community College and was a
.long, dresses ", spaghetti room and den. .< former
\ straps .and Mrs.John Butter deputy sheriff of St. Lucie
worn with see-through lace Jackets. Guests were greeted at the door by County Sheriffs office in Alachua
They wore baby blue flowers in their Mrs. Crews and standing in the County. This year you're faced with over 100 changes
\ In the tax laws and forms. DId you know that
working married couples may deduct up to1.60O -
Bradford-Union 'Realtors for the first time There's even a new
entry for charitable deductions on the 1040A
II I Dr. Dennis ConnaughtonNow short form. And that's Just the begfnnlngl We'

Hear Guest Orlando Realtor know every change on every form.

- Announces' ClCS[
.; Bradford vntoir Board of Realtors He started at the Orlando office In The new tax taw*.
,met at Western Steer Steak House on May,1980. TMs,..'.number one reason to gob H*Hock.
.Thur day. Jan. 20, at 12 noon with 20 Fred heads up a new department DENTAL! SERVICES AVAILABLE
.attending. at FAR; Board and Field Ser Starke
Guest speaker was Frederick V. vices..1n this capacity be becomes the Keystone Heights
Sell. Mr. Sell came to the Florida liason between FAR and its 87 Boardsof Tuesday Thursday -, 6-9 PM. 964 N. Temple Keystone Shops NO 3
Association of Realtors after having Realtors. Fred lives In Orlando. 964-8286 473-3646
,been employed by the Pennsylvania;' Topic of the evenings speaking\ was' 459 W. Call '- 964-5152
t Association of Realtors for' ten. years.. dues counsellnK. -
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i'(Upcoming. Events-. ,.>:- .d'.. ..d' O.& I m.d "d'I6' ca.a..gd' i

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Wks, UDC

To Meet Feb 2 ',8. ,
't. The Wr! .':,/WMka: Chapter r\ ,' U.D.C..1wW .*. /, .

meet Wednesday afternoon Feb., .' I .
'X at a p.m.:' at 'the home of 'Mrs. 'George Roberta< Sr with Mrs/: H. 9' .

f'Fields and. Mrs.Emma.Tanner, as.co'hostesses. .- .af3 .

91 f ,
Stark Woman' Club'Board '

Meeting ;; .
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b- The executive board of the 'Starke 'Z-
Woman's Club will''meet Wednesday,' 1 1

-'Feb.steak 2 House.'r at 13 noon at the Western' Steer'. >"'1,?; Valentines & Gift, Ideas f3 3 -

!, Beautiful Hallmark'.Valentines are the very best if r' .

Sherry D. Kelly .. irs way to tell someone special that you.care; The Of- .,' .

- D. CUmom' ., flee Shop at,110 W. CalLStreethas a wide selection'!j If' "
-Tyrono ..., Hallmark valentines share \'\.'., '. ,
To'Wd Jan..30AimounteAient .,' -:" ;, of to let( you yourJOvingthouolt3 Fww :: '

'., ... '.'.' .. ,... ;; .. .:"i a.tt"iJ! _.. '- justrt .waY Yau'ya'a to Yt Q' 'Ji. ?. J 4. I
m.dbftfie .
U approaching il-
marriage of Sherry D. Kel- !! host of Valentine gift ideas; gift wrap, partyware, :::.1.
iijiJacksoQvUle ly, daughter and of Jane Vincent.Godshell Kelly of of .J and decorations for "love day:' This Valentine's r'3':4 '!!! t

s .<:' Gainesville to Tyrone ,D. Clemons : Day,,Monday, February 14,.give a little of yourself- jJ
, arson of Marlene Roberts of Starke and give a Hallmark card from The Office Shop at 110' I
_,\Gene Ctemona of Orange Park. W. Call Street Starke. .
Ji' .
-(1',.. The wedding will take place Sun
;tihegroom's day, Jan.30 parent at 3 p.m. at the home"of1' The Office Shop 's

00 AD friends and relatives are Invitedto .3 110W.CaUSt..StarkeFL' .
attend.. .Jti
JP* 964-5764 .
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t>"D.braJan' Rowland; .",L I: .... ..,

:W.li1 l.ji WlIInSJham_ ,. ../ ;, i .f JaI' (" '. f 1-
.f- Connoisseur '
.dTl Wd March ,19 '!, \0 > : Selection ;, Eaton .
: : Great ".
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1uoVM.bFayet'Rowland.sMeightr>! .announces the of engagementand Keystone c:::-:", ';,, /'of '; ". ; ,' "'\ Typing Paper 1'i- 1 II

.approaching marriage .o(.her '
daughter WUungham Debra of Starke.Jean, to Wesley. D. Hallmark Valentines & Matching ,Envelopes, C'

-'Burger- 1I"1r'employed Hutt in Keystone at and Richard's Wesley c ;All Styles & Pdces"I""I .: ::, I 1/2 off ''j]' .

Is In employed Melro e.. at Mathews, Well' Drilling'' : ',.. ." ,t r,.!., .:'. .

The wedding will take place'March'It : .
at 7 p.m. at the Keystone Heights :: fl 'I "; 1 .
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Community Church / f : ., .i1iIIt-\ .
are r,
,Jfriends/ and relatives invited! to attend. *\ '\... "\, Hey, Mom!I It: Rico TrifolclBill '
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Clas of 196Planning We! Have.Hallmark ;'t;'.' ; "' Folds : 'I = I

Runlon :Peanut Valentines "t. :f"
I : Regular $13.50 l
36Valentines'-6eachof8designs m1 j ). ', : ::
class will :1 ,
The BUS 19M
class y ,I.. j" ,; Sale 9,50 i
hold a meeting to plan a 15 year '2,20 E
reunion at the.home of Wilbur and ,. .. f f- 36 \ ?: :.:
Kay Waters, too N.Madison street,.on ...'" .,"".,', ., F\ . .
Tuesday. Feb. t,at 7:30: p.m.1.r"
but .. ., I-
AU those interested! In helping ''!tK '"", '/ '*"B. .
cannot attend tin meeting please con ,
tact either Kay Waters at 9646941 orRandy .:
Jones at 964-5927 after.S p.m. ? .: '
; ) r""$ ': Mirrored
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Bradford Young A M'* w''iS )
Choir '" Butterfly and !
Gospel t'ower : r;

Member ol the Bradford Young Napkins, Plates, Favors, DecomHens '' L .
Adult Gospel Choir <8VAOC) would I- ,
like to invite everyone to attend their For' Home Office Parties '.
pro :
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1 first everyone-'anniversary-1 to, Jata them and" : ;?.yVj-to", + urgetat M ,L t $1511 ,_ 1791 j'La J_

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surd ,to JJew Sops Bslst, .' .Aissortmerit, ": L" ;
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.... / ;h" Rose Scented Heart 1 '
:eo.W"'e" amily send lc ri sdsw Day. '' I
o fn&w\tb\ fi 'Picture Frames.f '
' rJn'Tney are asking everyone to please : Stick Pins with messages :L

t '" ""com out and help make this a successful .. ..,'..... ],.. 5x7.8x10, i'
event. $1 25' .
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-iO:30 SJD.,.the Reverend Gnr Bed I
Deermeadowa>> apttst.qe .
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Alicia Homrich Gives Proaram On Financial Planning I

,JJ. .. :1 School Lunch Menus. aJ; l "Personal Flnancla' ',' P1annlnl ,Mrs. Homrich stressed personal bv Mrs.A.Russell Norman,president,
BIRTHS : ; ; was the theme of the program by Mrs,'.' dependence and health f ense for over' presided over thebusiness.ismsion*
Alicia Homrich the meeting of the eo.,Many helpful bulletins were given New officers will be elected In Marcie
,1'11'JO Bradford-Union Retired Teacher at to the members.A The check list of data for the certificate .
Bradford County Middle School' .-..-.. Peen,..r..'......,UiWhakr nrmwtMmy" On rtxirlaik A 1Iua...;milk.fr wjt, the School Administration Building covered dish luncheon was served of merit was discussed.An!increase -
mm*..all elementary schoolsar..ir. mend,.. ..*.. nKMctmt t met, thMM Ml*, Starke on Thursday, Jam. 20, at 13 at noon. Mrs H. A. Lawson /gave the In local and state membership.
.J. IfrantMMtf Port.M Bun,--'... I
turnip ST"1 J noon. devotional oa "Friendship Is needed by April.
eon,-cook* awL rrMay.. P.:L4inaIWcU. uerackuf.al. .
April Angel Cantte,II Ym..sy,xe..1.0,111 W/BMIB.MltiMcradnn, sml ... .,......_damson"!Io milk \ '.
gaidun+lad, taU.dnnuiMa nil, :\
pwr milk
Miss Shelly Rowe Shower
MNey, ft*. 4hlck,.r Hie*, turnip >. HM HonoreeThe
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Earl ( -._Mix frail ca...eonHx-Md,milk. ALA-CARTE RRST ASSEMBLY OF GOO
bit) Canito of 1/lea/ .....*'.....rWiParU I.b'; ..Share Brooker of
Starfce announce home of M. Games
birth cf ......,*m..crisp.MMHltt,milk. ..*iy, JM. ii- hMi lxirg' n,pliu tWw'hTeed.H.mbwa.n.plnmlikeh.kea for bridal were played and ''JIWY 11 W, 4 wstdop" ......11.
a. daughter the setting a
April FH.y. fM.' M-aWAHonl, ckMM Mix, ... frto nlUutakM Lawtey was refreshments of hors d'oeuvers,cake .
Canite II,. born Jan. 24 la' tMUM/twuMpuddlf; *,hot roll,",It.... shower Saturday Jan. IS, for Miss and punch were served. Pastor George Wtaon and'
Teaching Hospital. She Bradford -- ... la.......,Masbevae.r. Shelly Rowe whose marriage to Tom The hostesses, Mrs. Brooker and The Congregation Invite You to
brother Ernie,ages and sister. Couttv High School frio mlllniukM, "' oM Bowen will be an event of April IB. ,Shot ri Batten presented the honoree Com and Worship With UsiMHtoylcftMl
Gay age 2. _y, JM, ..-....-V.SMabl..' Soup, chMM "'.....,......n-rrandi. MM. ,nllMukM,,lunv J The party room was decorated In 'with an exotic; gag R as a mementoof . .. ...... ..11AMMejikif
MatemallP'andparenta are Mr. Meat,_MM_I..!... "bulMrwiotcll. Krifrm,milk .burf...-plna.ri .... red and white. The refreshment table the occasion. VrenMs.... ... .. ... .. ....11 AM
Mrs. Sherman TMUy.VWk.( IBM A-Bonl,cIMM Mix,fwoMMtotf. Ui>. r M-ChMMtursm frond frlM.mllkihalwa cloth .. .. . ... ....
white velour
,\ of .._ppUcrl l.", ,.pI..... was covered with a Approximately :JO guests attended tranptitt* 1 m
Paternal grandparents are Mr. boijaUi milk. \ ,trimmed with silk fringe .which was between,the hours of 5 and 7 p.m. ..........y tthnbip..7:36... PM
Mil James R. Dealing and handmade!by Mrs. Viona Tew.
great grandmother is Mrs. ="
Heaters of Starke, -

Kayla Lean Brown AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE''When you're serious about 35mm <

Michael and Kathy Brown "..,....... '.."." ....., ,.v...."!<,!/..,..." .." ..
Lawtey daughter,announce Kayla Leann the, born birth Ecter4 introduces ,J : ,: < "t'f'; ,\; t'if : processing.er .
at Baptist Medical In .... "" .. .'.'...'oJ_ '.I.'''..,..J.:..., ".
She joins a brother, Michael, age -30% Urg prints, one print per pegstlve on
Paternal grandparents are Mr. high gloss Kodak paper.
Mrs.Dots Brown of Lawtey. EiI4 4j-i Unique display folio.
grandparents are Mr and Mrs., Sleeved negatives for superior protection.
Reed of Colorado. Special packaging for safe storage of prints and negatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Bryan,
Lawtey announce the birth
daughter Cheryl Lynn born :
in AJachua General Hospital.!
Joins a brother; Loyd J. Bryan, '

M.Paternal and the grandparents late Loyd J.are Bryan *y _
patemallJ't8t grandmother Is j
Barnhard of Rocbester1N.Y. : _
grandparents are Mr. and :
,Guy T.Anderson of Lawtey. .-

Marla Christina Ivette -, -

and Mrs. John W..Walker PEPTO-B1SMOL SAFEGUARD
nounce the birth of a daughter, CREST
Christina Ivette; born Jan. 6. ANTACID ANTACID BATH SOAP
Joins two brothers Johnny, age 7 TpoTHPASTE. 11HULn IIIUI e-ax .
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Ricky age 5. .

Carmen Maternal Maclas grandparents and the are late) uou- 9ft! 4.uz. <: .

Eugene Maclas of Starke. bale...- ..... I plattOStt 88 /69 lage
grandparents are Mr. and )( Umlt1 :_::..-::.:.;.:a_ -
Horace Sanders. Paternal +Z ...........' ,
grandmother is Mrs. Leona h I MIAT Limit 1 Limit 2. packs Limit 2 bars "
all of Starke. '


Did You Know........... ASPIRIN a -
----- DAISY
Mr. and Mrs. William Spengler
St.Augustine were weekend guests 1MTatws. MOUTHWASH DISPOSABLE .

Mr. and Mrs. V;J. Spengler.Mrs. .... 199 SHAVERS

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Anne Clougher of =
Heights, N.J. is visiting Mr. and Umlt 2 sw 179 1 / 6SC
Mike Glihooly for several weeks. w.M. I'rIDeII ..-... 2 ,.-:....

Miss Gina Lane, a sophomore PjjXOjiAi.WBeSV Limit 1 SqPE Limit 2 packs
appear in the Santa Fe
'''CoUet: play Vprodoi'Uoft;The': '' ssM Vl BsNV TMT ; i
";Dwellers, by William Sar y.....<; .. -r;,.,. r
will play the part of the"Girl," '1f'MUQ; .. '9 taltotrtser' +
Is one of the major roles.The play "fIII"'ffV-1' or OWd..
open at the Santa Fe Community
lege Theatre on March 11 and 1.:1 .... ...... KOII tTE.
also be presented on March 12, .17, coMs./ hay fever* 9-INCH l THEX ARMOR AUPRQTECTANT "
and stnus. Limit mesa."""
Motor M RBWOVER s-e:. .'r''
HurryeHurryeHuny .efl.1JMasakFor .... 1.11 .
Valentine love MessageDeadline -
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THROAT SPRAY 139 :: .... 199 "

Graduating Dec. 19 from .... -e s 8pray'nwtpet
University of Florida from
were Patricia Lynn Pierce with a 177 ,
degree In and '
Thomas (Jimmy pharmacy) Prevail III .ats f"rtsItAtf6si ......... ASSORTED
PE degree in physical With sprayer, Limn 2 DIVAJEX EXPANDING
From Hampton: David Eugene SPOUTS CHEST
with a BA,degree in business Macs... ... r 1 "g '
ministration and Jill Elaine Pay -
with a AG degree In agriculture. 399 MHOEW ,
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Teresa Rachel Knepper of DANDRWFSHAMPOO 9 pockethomerecord
ton was on the Presidents Honor ,J.t-a. or 12 pocket personal ea eb
at the University of Florida for 70cz.

fall term carrying U hours with a .-. PLASTIC 0OZ.TUMBLERS i .., .
average. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin ,............. pactt Of 'I I HANSON D181TALOornp.re : PORT* r
last Monday to Thursday at M' tr PesM .
to Head A Shoulders.
and the weekend at Olena State Umlt 2OLD 6SC '*e.MM FHJEao.4.M

I Mr. and Mrs. Al K. Carlisle rea '
ed last Thursday after a weeks SPICE .
with their son-in-law and
I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ferry SHAVE CREAM .j
Virginia Beach,Va., .

: Mrs Vera Scalberg and Mrs. (SYLVANIA ZlIICO '1' .
: bie Gorman of Fort Walton RO202

were weekend guests of Mr. and New .. ..o,.. t LONG LIFE HOLIDAY I
Bill Rink. umlt'2 LlflHT BULBS FOGGERQUEEN uuwnau
M, TfJ er 1M WATTS ; ...... ....
attending!the we S
of Gina to Jim Beach in :; 9 '
City Saturday night were Mr. : HELENEOASTINCOLLAaEN //j 9 ::6 _
Mrs. H. L. Hutson, Mr.' and ,2 2..zi
Owen Alvares, Jr. and Mrs. .. .- Plato-9Np! intl. F
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Baldwin. FACIAL,. ClIME aa.: -

Mrs Gilbert Goldwire 44Z. E1a.t .
Monday after a weeks visit In : .
Lauderdale with her son and .459 01 ::- .5.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goldwire. .... .,........ 4 yt1IL154 .
Mrs. Emma Tanner of B ti r > '.
visited Mrs. J. H. Fields and Mr. _
I Mrs. k ; ,, .
Herbert Green last Friday. ti l ., '.Ayh(, ,

Mr. and Mrs. D. L.' 'Bakken f ,
BrecUnridge, Minn arrived WemI / 'i'
I h .... {d ,
day to visit their daughter, ,'. J
i, Ben and son and family Mr. ,_.. .. I fl ,
Mrs. Joe Bakken for two weeks .),:' '.

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Mr. and Mrs. George W. Brown ,>\.," '
Starke and house guests, Mr. ; f
Mrs. Rex Davis of d. .
Seymour -or, flex-Care. Umlt 1
I 'Mrs. Lou Tobias of Charleston "
toured South ,Florida last week ." .Ij.
I their motor homes. Rex Davis "

due George Univ.Brown 1938-1939.were roomates ;: :: I :VtJ.QM.'SCu. ,W1NDIX mRDlTE. ,..
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Mr. and Mrs. W.J.prick of ....Y 'IfAIiI.IIMS' ,; ,{
and house guests Mr.and Mrs.' $enIOi Citizen .Dtocountedmg ': fA.. \',
Woner of East Moline III. visited OFF' '-. au.. : 't j'd
and Mrs. L.T.Stinnett In Orlando. aft Ie 'B n... '' ,'"
Tuesday to Thursday. make 9 '
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January IT.1183 TELEGRAPH Pare 7"

Did .......................................................'.......................................................
/ You Know Ella Sweat Honored Birthday Supper I Ift
,, la.
/ 1..( ., Green and
Margie ,
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,; the !
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'Mt I were at
winning couple
;( : and Mrs. Rodney Hgil and son Attending '"the'' .W inan's>Club .': Tuesday night.' Jack Burnett Mrs. Ella Sweat was honored at a Undoey _'k. Karen Davis and
Richard of Theressa and son,Steve oil; President Council In St. Augustine and Louise Darst were second. birthday supper on Sunday Jan. 9, children gobble and Renee; from
.Orlando spent last week In the Smoky Tuesday were Mrs. D. W. VVhiffen, given by her children and grand Macckmny were Mr. and Mrs. Dave
r,, Mountains. Mrs. Frank Brown, Mrs. R. A.Green Mrs. H.M. Rlcharde spent the children. Yarborough, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Var-
III, Mrs John Griffin and Mrs. W. H. weekend with her'daug1iter and(family Mrs. Sweat was 77 on Jan. Sand .lathe borough and children Carrie and
Mr.and Mrs.J. H.Moncrief attended Thomson wife of the late Riley Sweat. She Ryan, Mrs. Darlene Harris and son
Mr. and Buck In
the funeral of her sister,Mrs. Mrs. Lyle has children and
Sybil Palatka..Mrs..Jackie. two 13 grandchildren Shannon, Mr*. Elaine McDonald
5 J Belts In Bainbridge Ga. on Monday. Hurry*Hurry*Hurry and 18 great grandchildren. daughter Stephanie Mr. and Mrs.

> Valentine Lave Message Samons and daughterLeslie Gler\n" >< Yarborough\ Mrs. Lynn Yarborough -
Sylvia Says: How 'bout them Those attending from Starke were and Donny and Denise Yarborough -
of Fairfield,Texas have moved
I.Washington Redskins Go 'Skins... Dadlln rb.4 back to Starke and are residing with { her sister, Mrs. Virginia McKinney ;also attending were Mr.and

Out of town guest at the Christina her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. ,W. Mr. and MM. Riley Sweat, Jr.. Mrs. Mrs. Jimmy Mosley and children
Dobbs and John Butler wedding on Ritch. Lisa Morgan and son, Andy and Christine, Eric and Cindy of Mid-
Hurty"tfurryeHurty Jan. 2.werei Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johnny Sweat; from Sampson City dleburg and Mrs.Sweat's brother and
Valentine Love Message, Rushing Mr. and Mrs. James E.Mitchell were Mr. and Mrs. Osaie Wynn Mr. sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harold.
'" DodlinFb.4 and Mrs. Buddy Webb of Hurry HurryHurry; and Mrs. Tommy Wynn and children Tomllnson of Jacksonville
II Jacksonville Miss Laura Lee Dobbsof Valentine Love Me..ag Ella Sweat Lamar and Melissa! Mr. and Mrs. Approximately 41 relatives attended.
Marathon and Mrs. Dennis Noelke: Ddllne'eb.4 Steve Wynn and children Kyle andEckerd's .

and family

H, NewsBy

Elisabeth Terry

; l Processing... Phone 782-33M

Grace United Methodist Church has
TWICE THE PRINTS TWICE THE FILM TWICE THE changed the date of their covered dish

On KodM 'p p MM Mfy roll of oc Mock wniw Everyone Is welcome. Plan toPERSONALS
r'm"o/ now
1 ... you want wn
i /for.
ootof or WadewtilM print _
.: : _..... A print .p'w;tlairoV"yho"/ EX. !: :m'wlr.n picftm praMM .:

MO pini Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knoll of
Holland Mich. spent ten days with
their son-in-law and daughter Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Whitaker and family.
They left Monday for Key West and
wlllipend! the rest of the winter there.
SUPER BOWL SAVINGS! nhur Your Terry Futcb of Jacksonville Beach
a 7eme pent a few minutes with his aunt,
: :Jr' Miss Elizabeth Terry Monday while
I. '," I I' on. a business trip in west Florida.
p& spent the weekend with her son and
r ( daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
.It.- Boyette Jr. and '
'''I' '' l Mr. and Mrs. Starling and
HEARTS FLOWERS, a.V family attended the Bible conference
at Trinity Church In Jacksonville last

FLAVOR ROAST. 99 ,week.Dean Futch, son of Mr. and Mrs.

PLANTERS OIL ROASTED ap. 1J10 ..... Terry Futch of Jacksonville Beach,
COKE'or TABmroi PEANUTS celebrated his eighth birthday on
SNACKS Thursday 'Jan. 20. The school gave
ZIGGY CANDY him a party that day and

arm artf* 4 rots, 12OZ.CAN2ff HEART BOX refreshments. His aunt Miss
Elizabeth Terry called and congratulated
Itq. M .73 .9W '7-CL him.
Toes ,. yoga Is.. V .149CHOCOLATE Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Mr.
aassist. ...
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CHMCI ..... f, *,
> usg .ie ........... and Mrs. Randall Blom gave Miss
Limit 2. Limit' 2 Limit Martha K.Smith a going away dinnerat
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dobbs
CUPID HEART Thursday, Jan..13. The guests were
Mr. and Mn. Lester Austin. Mr. and
"POP 4EAVER'3"l/
; CRISCO L75-Z..", Mrs. Paul Smith and Mr. and Mrs.
YELLOW OIL, 5ft T Andrew McCombs and Giles Mitchellof

POPCORN ....w .......... Starke. Surprise guests were Mr.

.-......... .., .... .- Foil-wrapped solid milk chocolate. and Mrs. Danny Bockey of Jackson i'
ville. She received special gifts from
SWEET TREATS all the family. She Is attending Bible
/88C 1:31Umlt : MILK CHOCOLATE College at Tennessee Temple univer '
V. V Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited
t5SHELF Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seaver of Jacksonville t
bays .6.I' f
:: on Tuesday. .
w: ;......... Julius Eunice of Starke and Mrs.
.....-'-- tI ..." .- .'-... .. ... lto,J nni*Mostay-ot Maxville were Sun-

...., .. .O\.thttli':...... ,..
- .... ..4 '.. .. ., ... .. ,. .. .. ,,...r.: and Mrs.,-......;.,......:.d..unJce.. ; :. ., ,
VV d' 'V. V VV ; ..:; 'ic -
iDtttfACELL :, Mr. and Mrs. John Butler'of
STEEL 9-YOIT TEXAS IMSTmMHiNTSLC *.l HOT AIR W Gainesville were Sunday dinner I.
SHELVING CALCULATOR guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs.
BATTER9ES ..,, POPCORN NOW Bill Dobbs and attended services f
....17... ,m-isi
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,;. sass .... rrlft-tYOe t" s r:-oj.-. .... ... CORN POPPER with them at the Church of God in
,.... 40ft ,.. Starke.
: PAce.. II Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited

11- : : IfTIII. E 699 .8fl.22.tl' 1999' their brother E. L. Kelly Veterans

+ 2eP awe 3.00. ........ Hospital, Gainesville, on Wednesday.
Y 12".30" x etlH, = Battery-caving Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonvilleand
i Just add kernels' A watch!
4 1871"' :.. auto power off.lED' Oil Opp Mrs. Jewel Wade of Tampa are'
itji I 29292929 t spending a few days with their sister
Mrs. Fred Moore.

4 niiU SUNBEAM PETITE as-29 I CONAIR Mrs. Geneva Starling of Wildwood
DRY CURL BRUSH spent Saturday morning with Mr.and
ALARM Mrs. McClelland.Mr. .
.... CLOCK ii' .2 and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended -
'lt i 1040
\ 0x.90 CASIO eg.
p ,1 ;the Bradford-Union Retired
,....n rmcianm 399
'. 5419 rg .- DI6ITRON RUATI ........ 3 =.. Teachers covered dish dinner at I
a Bradford School Board
t o CALCULATOR .. County room
... Tanglebrl.tle. in Thursday.
P if 3ihl tiw.(! n: 399 s4 =':Je. Friends of Mrs.:Resale Reddish are '

!. matt,... happy to learn that she was able to
1. Lary. numerals. PRocrORSILEXC&fFEEMAKER return home from Bradford Hospitalon
791- Saturday. Our prayers are still
..." a with her
: t)ii' +' BASF AUDIOCASSETTE AC I. . "*""" Mr.and Mrs.S.W.Hicks Mrs.CarrIe -
';. 'ONE" r r adr.tot: .. N4r0cE.. 2tu Bell Empie and their slater, Mrs.
, s . 16" Edna HIlliard 01 Plant City spent the

", In < TAPES ,__, . Amu man .... 19 E ,weekend with their couslnsl.Mrs.Lola
.i .. .2,5. 5JAIN .. .w 2M ....- IirWI ,warms 3-10 cups. .6 r"- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guthall and her ,
""" ....1 V V 7' ;. a :. mother of Baltimore, Md. visited '
; V 1 KODAK iiR their grandmother Mrs. Rosaie Red-
3V k 3' fl6W1,: DISC- dish on their way to Fort Lauderdale.
Friends of Mrs. Nella Carter regret
,. F the to learn that she Is surgical I
------- -- 15adak gyp-t5sa 99 ::. patientin
.', '18I'OIUIII 6. 'Qf i'tPatcE North Florida Regional Hospital in
BASF VHS BLANK ........ ILS.:..... 8w Gainesville Our prayers are with I
anu uIAn ... [
AMBER6LOWEBHI" Lug MOM R 2 !speeds. 4 heats. With nozzle: ; N.. Derek Gaines spent last week with 1
O .... 1&M r- 6" "" his grandmother Mrs. Earl Teston.
.. 4j: V while his parents Mr.and Mrs.DavidGaines
c.,, r PRESTO went skiing In North Carolina.,
c wo"Sea*fsMsMBS, 'DUAL-HEAT PORTABLE. Michael Teston of Little Rock, Ark. F h
V. V
feWI ST came by to see his aunt, Mrs. Earl c
M eve..a
nna utltera firs ran HEATER Teston on Sunday afternoon on his
.4.+N....9.a '010....., 07 30Me. 4.M way to Tampa. .

tTVV Mr.. and Mrs Earl Trozell: visited
: 2188'' their brother-in-law and sister Mr.
V .. and Mrs.Gene Howell at Branford for i
r. FC f! RD COUPO j w' ._ i the weekend whose home to really in
"" ir Fan-forced operation. Pompano.
.ftl-!.,,.', ..' ,.' Safety a switch.. Friends of Mrs. B. L. Wllkiaon.'Sr.
'' -'( .. V :: TLASK0 regret to learn that she to patient In
; ;" '\ Bradford Hospital. of Friday. Our
: ,
.f, I prayers are with her.
"' ,, .. 1300-WATT Mr. and Mrs. 'Larry Norman at-
."" ;' \, Meeting at Nassau Baptist
'. "" ,TEl
$' .Tempt .
In Yule
." '', '.' "i iiiii tstg 24.2 Monday
Ir.'ir Tuesday nights They attended Bible
conference at Trinity Church in
'_1'. : I. 1. 1".8" Jacksonville! Thursday:and Friday ;

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Teston of Little Ark.
,' ; Instant' fan-forced ,
,'l/h/ ''I
.. came by to see his grandparents, Mr
".aL Aulo thrmo lat.dford
*F' ,\. :j. :.., ;..I,> :' I L111 : : and Saturday Mrs.Lonnle overnight Testes pest and and was their '
MW3N i to r
,4 : 'O""FFI will noon be Sunday employed su by to Tampa Good Samaritan where he r '

"j"" .CA MElIA, : 'It .. r Hospital 50Melissa a physical therapist V
." .'{: ":" --' x'" r X 1r I ... 11M'..... _a. 10.. ... ... and Wayne Starting spent
...... .--. 9, I ..... ._ -. .- TaE NtONT .1'9 t10i1T wOYht ;? &. Sunday Afternoon with their uncle and t;

.I ,, .2788' I 1'ge .'...._.. .__ color' i l..=:J aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ,Larry Norman ,
1. We::..r-.. ouam""" nl *oatlv I '.; Wmida and' grandnMtter! Mrs. Ola. ti
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Kodak kvary t ta .
:a. aper" mount It .8tt.rIiDl.ftd "
Bu11Wn\ flash. tetephota t t&V Ceil' Mrs.Robert Le $ ;
!, .I'I'I.\\ t : e .M'ooupwu 'wltlt ordav Sfle *were w-
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orAiar Mrs.
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I SUtrhe. _
f i j,(, .,"fI ...; "'t"." : =.'"7"'''''''''..: ',31 ,:r.rraef ..p C.v.aa. 4'til. t. "6' .;.aUQd ': MMV, ..:... 1ti. S.::)' } Skeet ...Starke. Friends Wayne Harden regret to
.team that 'he U a patient In Orange
Ctlarge: Jt Park Hospital. Our
prayers are with
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Starke's Larry Brown Voted to AFC'?'Pro Bowl ;Team: By'Fellow Players, Coaches .

by toddy Colling "One of the nicest things about it was i felt that there
;. KT Sport*......... were people who were lust as happy. I was about It.

., ,..'.....I. ;j .. 12 of In Starke'sLarry It's nice to share that with them. I know everytlme I talk '
After professional football
i play
4' yean
pl # 9y' '\' ?: !Pqrd Z t tr jr jrC Brown of the Pittsburgh Stealers has for the first to my parents they"say somebody's been asking bow I'm

8. time been named to take part in the Pro Bowl, a doing. That's nice
marvels of Larry Brown a 8-4, 370 poundman
A.iP.: showcase for the greatest players in the NFL One of.the
fc: Brown Is one of 40 AFC players who will take on the who is now the Stoelers' largest player. Is
flL. q() "J ,l 'r A'1 t r top stars of the NFC in the Pro Bowl game In Honolulu longevity.He for jokes that"" the Stealers 'are pretty young
team except me'
Feb. 6.
; Sunday, Conditioning and old good fortune get the credit
For Brown bit being selected as one of just three offensive
.'v.. ...,. tackles on the AFC, dream'' team In vote of for his 1s: -year career,which started as a 215 pound tight
.,- : end out of the University Ka"Anytime -.
and least
; players coaches was at somewhat'of a surprise. "
....1 you've played u long a.I have you have to
111< .t consider yourself lucky. The offensive line probably! Is a
a "Yeah yeah It was a surprise\ the amiable former
others and
." 'Tornado standout said by phone from his Pittsburgh less dangerous position than some of you
tit home last week."It's quite an honor. It's an honor that a have more longevity there. It's still a dangerous game
". lot of players in this league never get.Some good friends out there,don't get me wrong.But In the line maybe you
of mine, guys like Sam. Davis ,and Jon Kolb, wereoutatallWD& don't have the high-velocity Impact like back.
I football players and never made It. I can'tlaY He's seen many rule changes come and Dyers applauds
tIII I'm more deserv were. And it's hard to the recent changes that defensive say
III.r say whether I'm more deserving this year. than maybe I gives the advantage to the offense."I .
have been in the past"Steeler
t. r't officials will tell you Brown has been deserving don't know if we got any advantage I think it's just
t II of the honor before. more equitable," be said in true blocker fashion. "The
'For a long time people have felt that Larry deservedto rule changes are to make the game more safe. It's still a
A be all-pro", Stealer publicity director Jack Gordon rough game but It used to be a more oped game when I
said. "It's just unfortunate! be played on a team with so .first came in, A defensive player used to be able. to to
___ t' many stars. You know with Terry Bradshaw, Franco everything' to an offensive guy short of mugging him. -
Harris, Jack Lambert. Lynn Swann Joe Green Rocky "They've eliminated the bead slap', and they've
Blier,L.C. Greenwood.well,there are only going to be allowed offensive lineman'to 'punch' out and extend
so many players named from each team." your arms. There's also rules that restrict what we can
In a story in Sport Illustrated last month the do though." .
magazine says Brown Is finally being recognized as one In light of the fact the Pro Bowl selection comes this
If I of the outstanding ofleralve game. His year we kiddingly asked Larry I W he had 10 or U more
bvd' .r selection to the Pro Howl,to teamiwithh Two much ;years left in him. ,
.*v. .' ... younger AFC tackles:Anthony Munoz of Clncinati and '"Oh, I don't know about that," he answered with a
I Ijit ; -: h '-. ...... --...- Marvin Powell of the New York Jets- certainly adds to laugh. Of retirement he said,"I've been thinking aboutit
that recognition.;* _. for the last six or seven years but It's kinda bard to pin
'An Imposing Figure... But Brown isn't one to whine about never making the it down. It's just the nature of the game.There's a lot of
lu At .... 270 Larry Brown of Starke (79) Is the biggest championship team at Bradford and ai a Zl.pound pro team before. "To make It ;just one time feels pretty factorswho they (the Stealers) are going to bring In,
d: ,Pittsburgh Steeler. and one of the truly. strong men In rookie tight end oat of Kansas 12 years ago. 'good," Larry said.f;"Lke) said,'plenty of guys never Injuries, so many tilings. It's. really. a bard decision. to
hi the NFL. Here Browa Is shown blocking for Stealer quarterback make this team. accept it the way it was Intended-as make.". '
M That's a big change from his days as a tan but Terry Bradshaw. ,an honor to the guys named You nave. to appreciatethat. So'i picking an-All AFC team: But this year Larry
=': somewhat slender two-way .starter for the 19SS state :. I Brown was.an easy choice among his peers.
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. inin. Yellow Jackets Hurricanes Drop- Tornadoes. to 6-9 With Cage 'Defeats 'I


;\\z streak had Friday BUS.... ........... M Ie U M- MCoach
IIi A two game winning put coming up at Keystone Heights walking back and forth between the curate- hitting 6S percent'comparedto 'Jackets "Bruise" .
':, the Bradford High basketball team In night. foul lines." Bradford's 62 percent but the, Sexton likened last FrIda Y' _c. rraneta, k *!.; pioorer 404m.
i W position to pass the .500 mark for then Keystone was a 70-33 loser to BITS That's a pretty good summary cr; a visitors got 35 chances .to the Tor- ""Th physical baUgame wasn't WalklM 14 T,Cnrtar""'lIIa7.--I"4,
( first time In 4 years but Tornadoes here in Starke January 4, and lost game that featured 61 foul shots. nadoes 26.Senior much to the Tornadoes liking.! "We .Plum te.5-4*.GhMdtar IMS, WrttM.M IS.
spun their wheels last week losingone Tuesday to Hawthorne 11746. Next about that many turnovers and of- weren't nearly as rough in there: as t_ -...
game on the road and one at hometo home game for the Tornadoes will be. ficiating that bad neither BHS coach Gary Carter parlayed 11 of Sexton said of the Yellow
slip to 6-9 for the campaign.A' a rematch with St. Augustine's Mike Sexton nor GKS coach Kirby 15 foul shooting to a game-high total Jackets they were wbo jumped in front 13-4 in rr.,4o. n wfbrtodane
.yellow Jajckejts here uesday, Feb.,>. ,? Fowler applauding. .,.-.. f wof }.pplnt! Junior! ecll Wright had .nd led all t .. "' R' ""Ar t' "+s+",r+'a"sr .
8-W foMrtt-house.: ,defeat'at' St. ;, his best days, from field' I..
r.." I. Itht u a u "i:8 the .
Augustine frrldaywas followed by a AL mattie"l U:+&g: Led ciientofdd O fte .iUaske1s''"aI IIG.v94TAtd+miswlthFyu.mmuar+r ....,He
-u; topsy-turvy turnover filled 60-S4 loss 'Canes Win Foul to 19, the Tornadoes lost another .meJudecl tap-ins and i poneD.' N
against Gainesville High at home At one point in Tuesday's game one game from the foul linev being*, 5,1 naround jumpers,to total 13 points L"J
-U' Tuesday putting the BUS cagers 3 of the referees heaved a deep breath outscored from the stripe 23-15. The but befouled out, along with Mark .
i wins away from even with a game and said, "it seems like we ve-been. Hurricanes were just barely more ac- Pierce." : ; I. :. ALL STARPressicnel .. '

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Hawks, Stevens: Const WrestlingEddie


Win 2 in Men's: LeagueThe Ronnie Garvin .Bounty Hunk

Super P>
Hawks (5-1) and Stevenson 4 ,1_".__ :
Construction (4-1) were, the only -. 'I1tca..s,o.ln .U.c teams to win twice In Starke men's Pitoraon(. 1: :
basketball league action last week wwebbatWn i .. Jam S, Ra_ t, Sill.t. Catch, Kl < .
Wood.4,T ytor S,Broughlon J.Johnson 4.
and they stayed on top of the still-tight ,.... "'. '
standings with a head-to-head EVERY SATWWAY '2:3t :'4

meeting coming up Friday at 7:30. Standings W-L ..
t t The Old Timers (1-1) made an Immediate 'Hawks .:.W. 5-1 WCJB- Channel 2d.- SoimsvHte "

r influence on the league when Stevenson Coast. 4-1 COMING SOON.-; LIVE ,if:1: '"
they defeated defending league Jackson's Supply 4-2

champ Jackson's Building Supply t Old Timers M.Ixmgchamp Starke National# fiuarf,' .r. ..
(4-2) 60-48 as a balanced effort topped 1-5

by Milton Baker's points and Kerry .Wlchbone', : t-S .._ok
Fisher's 10 offset a >>polnt barrageby JI
Curtis White of Jackson's. .,,tA Mi fur
But Monday night Stevenson Centvtruction n' '- ',. hm ao'tu' I 9
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C loss.Dwayne Cummings canned
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GHS Nips All Sports Club Football Banquet

i Set Tonight ( Jan, 27))'.. in Starke

",. JV Capers 1983 Brultord-High football player and cheerleaders will be honored
tonight Thursday Jan.:37, at the Starke Golf Country Club. the BradfordAll
The i JV Tornado .baiketbalT team Sports Club presents lu first BHS sports banquet of the school year.
has to be looking forward to playing n, t The banquet start at 7 p.m. with a meal and ceremonies to follow. Univer
mailer class SA neighbor Keystone defensive end coach Dwight Adam will be guest speaker.
Height Friday night Parents of football players and cheerleaders are Invited. and will be admitted
Because the Jayvees have treading' free along with their sons and daughters. *
water of> late losing to Augurtine 11 4, Others Interested In coming to the banquet should buy tickets: in advance
54-H and Gainesville High 4442, last line the banquet will be for paid reservations only. Cost I II 13.50 for All Sports
( Club members and W for non-members. Tickets are. available through All
week to drop to 4-8 on the year; qw .
h-si Sports Club members.Bradford. ,

In Tuesday's, game the Tornado _
Junior varsity fell behind early: and
trailed 20-12 after a period and 30-M at ri Girls Beat BulldogsTo

the half t closing the
gap and then taking a couple leads.

after halftime. Snap 7-Game Loss StreakThe
But critical turnovers kept BHS'

from holdUng the advantage.With .
the tied 42-42 with Just j Lady Tornadoes of Bradford added 6, and Queenle Berry had S, as
:33 seconds to Gainesville was call High snapped out of a 7-game losing BUS put out a solid team effort.
ed for traveling, but Bradford turned streak last Thursday bouncing Hall grabbed 15 rebounds and
the ball over Itself on the same call. winless Live Oak 44-32 tq improve toM Berry 9 to lead the BUS girls in that
on the season department. Berry also contributed 4
GUS for
went to 4-corner to play a
final,hot and called time with 13 .Ahead justzo..18' at halftime the steals, S assists, and a blocked shot.
r- BUS girls got on a roll in the second '"She played pretty well for not hav-
seconds to Herble Cooper cut that
time for Gainesville go. to work with iDlulU' half and were 'Up by.as much as is ing played In so long," a pleased
points before the visiting Lady coach Gayle Lee said of Berry who
wilen he batted a out of
pas hit couple of late buckets "It all
Bulldogs a came off grade probation. was
bound with. 6 second to' The
'Canes inbounded to' leading go.scorer! Better Inside play by Vonda Kay the difference In the world. We'd have

Tucker (21 points) but he was bound Hall, who finished as game high probably won three other games with
J. her in there. She kind of settles 'em
with and
scorer 17 points improvedfoul
ed to closely to get a shot off and had
5 ..' "
'. > fin Io.''l' shooting In the second half helped down out there.
to pass baseline off. A threw Gainesville one-hander player in on'the at ", .. ,.. "f ; r. ': P Bradford oome.out on top. The Lady Reddish also had 3 assists and 3
a :.',..: .. hit of steals.
the buzzer to GUS the final 44-42 i N..y Tornadoes ,7 out 12 charity
decision.' give Baseball Season's Coming...And Hair Is Gone.., tosses In the fourth. period to put the "Maria didn't have a lot of point

Even hi defeat BUS coach Bill Sex. For 11 of the It Bradford High baseball" playen the ap- Those getting the clone cut, are, from left. Keith ,, game Cindy away.Strickland backed Hall's but She she Just had made one one of her bad better pass amlll.' said.

,ton was happy to see tome Unprove.ment preaching baseball season Is being welcomed by the .Kehoe; Jason Bennett, Darryl W..oner.ad, Chaff coring with.. points.Maria Reddish Lee.
.ab ene. of something else- Gerald Brown, Eddie Herndon, Handy Alvares, Tony
'They beat us by SO before Their hair. Plggs. and Rick Welch, with Fender, tilting la the
Christmas," be' noted. "Mental The. Tornadoes pictured above admiring Richie barber chair." -

mistakes hurt but If we keep playing Fender's Hat-top look plus Robert Carver who was absent Some had the work done at a barber shop,while other. Tornado Weightlifters 2nd
hard it'll Improve. We've been playing had their beads sheared In a show. of dedication to vied Fender's clippers to do the cutting.
some good team' lately." the sport,, .i I
Kenny Holmes had his best scoring ; I Itotal

,game in a couple weeks with 14 points ':"-" -' ,"" 15 In Three-Way Meet at BHS ;
Harold Cunningham tossed In 11 t
sand Frank Long S against GHS. I oO-iiming Game 'Sfet SaturdayBaseball I
St.. Augustine Jumped in front of Delivering Us best performance of behind Wright at 165, along with

BHS 20-13 at the Yellow Jackets gym .., '.. .,"". the season the Bradford High's Chris Cribbs Steve Spell: and
last Friday before Bradford rallied to fans will chance to all the diamond weightlifting team notched its first Richard Mayben.
get a see Grey--: CKeith Kehoe,4BMike'Waters, !BTony
1983 win over another school last "This probably was our beat meet
29-26 halftime lead. St. action they can handle and probably more this Saturday Dlggs SS Gerald
Brown SB- LF-
Augustin Jimmy Schoenlng, Wednesday. the Tornadoes split a but it should have been a lot closer,"
regained the momentum Jan. 39, when the Tornadoes of Bradford High John. Bennett, CFEddie Herndon, RFr Randy Alvarez, 3-way home meet..Mlddleburg's coach Prevatt
though in the second half to pull out, School will for at BHS weight Jimmy
divvy up a 50-inning Intersquad game- p. Jason Polk. Broncos won 6 of 9 said. Michael McDuffle bombed out
the win. the high school field. 1 The pitching machine will serve up deliveries to hitters weight classes to pile up 49 points but (not making his first lift) on the bench
Both Frank Long and Harold Cunningham 1. .
marathon lirat annual fundraisirfg
The game a with the listed the
'Bradford players as pitchers fielding poollion. the Tornadoes won the other 3 individual at 132 where he probably would
'event for the BUS baseball program with Coach Mike & .-, press
Itrsta -and
scored 31 points Chandler did
game-highscorersgh have and
i9t ; Lafayette
,to tie as Hartley and the Tornado players asking for pledges and The a player on the Tornado roster Junior Andy for second ahead of Union County the same on the clean and Jerk to miss

.donations.. ., .. Chaff ; Is troubles but bad
o.I.IM.II '11 U r a ': having arm may playa with 17.Kenny. out on more points in the 148 pound
mUMIC*. M IISS ..4Amnvw Action will start around 10 a.m. and run probably till' .little ,ia relief duty. --- -
Tucked SI, Scfeulmea *, Walker.. dart Admission for spectators will be $1 for adult and rqfc.. ,, -, Wright, Wayne Cribbs, and class.
a./.a. 4. Massy' t,SirnlieU!>Oerdaer..f. d.ifjkUtcruO $50 cents for students and for 50 innings that qualifiesas Tourney Opens SeasonCoach. .' Billy Jackson were the individual MMkUnM ne s1._n

Ma.Aarolaf 11>>. 1414.'t.. S-T t.1WI.a a bargain. ". ;Hartley has Initiated another "'fln'Ume winners for BUS. Wright totaled 495 114. I) Wore (M) m. I) CURLS CRIBBS (let
14. Hmnlngkul IM It 4eotMa 440 Baseball parents will be serving hamburgers:and'' baseball event for Bradford Highr-fc a BHS Invitational pounds, the highest Tornado total for 115-!1-no. inI BILLY JACKSON (B)
.... ,. ..... BIU'M'ItUBSILI.IBI :
.140-300. I) Moor ec aper2/s4. ties.mIs/1ttor.I.a1.... from about .. the day with a 280 bench press and a .
refreshments 11 .m.Here' baseball tourney. The teamround-robln tournament, ....-,..s'O. ,... I) Rlchenbon (IM
II M $5. 41 between BHS, Baker County; Union County, and Mid-, 215 pound clean-and-jerk to win the 400 ,... I) KENNY WRIGHT IB) MO111HB8, s) '
the for Saturday' will 165 pound class. Cribbs managed 430 ROLAND COI.EMAN (B) MO-IBW7S. ill1>
...A- M a is M squads garnet dleburg open the 1982-83 season with games Tuesday .
i Mitchell I H ., Jecfcm e S. a.HeiMe IB- Jason Bennett 2B pounds for a win at 181 and Jacksonwon WAYNE CRIBBS (B) Mt-IM-Ut. 4) BILLYREHBURG
sawaso.e6 Scarlet C- Robert Carver ; Thursday and Friday Feb. 22, 24, and 25. (B) S8M7MM.. I) Solomon (IM
1 w.,Smrell*M 4.Leaf f 4.414. ,Cain the 123 pound class with a 300
.., ...- .."..... Doug Samons. SSRichie Fender, SBShane Johnson opening games Feb. 22 Union Co. total. Boil 1) STEVE: SPELL (B> !OS-SUM tM. "
-.u. meetlMacclenny
Matt RF- p1y'' Tornadoes KMIW (M) 4M, I) RICHARD MAYBEN (B)
sa As+r..w Jackson 10,Steven a.WIBUme, LF- Widener CF-Mike Chappell Dairy Wag at 4 and the at 7 p.m. Scoring second for BHSwere
Bunk, Watien f, Hewer.._.. goner. PRick Welch. under the lights at BHSsi1 places 200175415IS 1)Tomberlln 4602) ,
nM K.y Roland Coleman with a 475 pound DONALD THORNTON (B) 1WHOMUO.


an ::Jl ia : :Wrestlers; 89 ,.. j I

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y' BmimiMr, (ar) dac. c Jaws 7.... t3*. anyagr fan.d
Same old story for the Tornado also lost close decisions.taMf won forfeit. I.,. MICHAEL MrDUFFIC (B) due.Lumpkin .
wrestling team.'Wrestling .- 1S-7. !0. 'Hope(ST> pin Mm4 1:41 /ea
the final home meet of, 4t-IM sIs Palmer SKI) pin C.rlloo 117. Ira Johmon (SK) .
,- 1) liable! forfcH. INLctxim (SF) wmfarfrtl. dec. Wright 1O4. ,... Younge (isr> B.- IJ I
the season senior standouts Michael Ill TOM PIERCE: (B) dw. HlghuniUi14s. 10-f .m Randolph (SF pin S. TyKm 1.44. IM.Filer .
McDuffie and Tom Pierce stayed, Ill GoddM 1ST dee A. Wllll.m. 7-t. lea (SK) pin Thornton SII7.
unbeaten with wins by decision but
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the rent of the team took i it on the chin: ..

,4'x' and BHS absorbed a 48-8 loss to Santa. ,
Fe, its 7th defeat against 1 win.
Pierce rolled to a 14-2 decision over'
Highsmith of Santo Fe in'the 115 We Win Print Your Envelopes \

pound class to'go to.10-0 on the season,

/KJ3f4 Reg. Envelopes
McDuffle as easy a time ..
against a foe though to be a tough
match. Using a first period guillotine
move to nearly pin once-beaten Cary $17.50
Lumpkln- McDuffle dominated the. per 1,000

match against a groggy: Lumpkin the .
rest of the way, winning 1&10 push
his individual mark to 11-0 and clinch

the top 'II edng 'for the March 5,

.district tourney at Live Oak. ,,
Just missing victory was
9 188-pounder Teddy Bresee.A reversal
J with Just 47 seconds to go gave the .
Bradford Junior a 94 lead but
e a ang eoless.L. II- of-Santa Fe reversed Bresee In the ,We Will Print Your Envelopes

Bradford IUg V unbeaten.. 'lltpnne) wrestler !Tom .01 as he kept his record perfect .with 1* straight via final seconds to pull out a 10-9 win.

Pierce Se top here caste set s1 this human knot In too- ::11tortes. this season. :h. Anthony.Williams and Curtis Jones' m-24 Reg. White Woven Envelopes


I I Levii.'si ens- Rips Nets fpr'.6O' Points. as 1st Place Jazz Beat Celtics '9672The $ I W-i5D 1.000

-Jaw fen to their first defeat ./ F'rWy.Jw.2I' Roy JSCSIeef; ,nen'Jadl.oe a.,Ne.i. Sloenlu t.":"BIy. 14, DM Pcrwil U, O4M Watson i, Geese per

the:year46.44 to the Bullets last is' l.vi SbMnm J6.N-ceS.s to', TotJ1cke011 ,4-'k" n,Ltywie I4u5.Bls Ls.e f. lIellll.B"IJ' : '_II"1. .W C.4MI LnnoUw. Chudtar IS,Wllll biudkr 10,, i
\week ,bit the lea J youth basketball league for 11-14 year' aria Lrr-ka) CIMIM, WU""" CIIandIer", !bt.',parakd MIlIa f. .j .- 1I
old back with, a 'Vengeance .'AtooM WUflams ss Jumps MUTtln It, Billy) Urt- .1" JeM1..M4M f
came ....... ,I '. '; Wide M ley.Jen.It \tf IMB List Simmons a. Jenm Marital, Abuse
"Monday, 7 afternoon.' ? ; ._......... : .'fo f '. '; "'' : .. U, leu. Sleniiem.H, Juke Smllk II,
The Jan: ran the score up on the '' SIstee. :M11nt.eInuy g, HaVeMinundler? ,'CuseneSlyei.Hntoi -
Bram M. Emm
; Item Cecil. Jack.ei M. Ran IS, Pedro t, Cliireac* Williams 1, Lent HemptDa 11.' Bob Btetwelter Ij
Celtics 98-7J in a nin-and-gwagame the ..Bty 1, Bw PwiMU*.0-w._4.Gew gu W.fc Jemw 1E.C.rtr. Arklj; Mark Hemhelle.Pedro Carter, *;auk.Drayton s,
';. Monday as LevI Simmons ripped '05- 4.11..... (.m. e..a E imwlBrewm, r. r<(HU M.rvm Lees IR- MUM l| >
& nylon for 60 pointer ; :: : x o6.No twee JI"-1 '1_ t tttwtr JxHoWl II Keel StoniM 4 ,
Harold CheBdVir 14. Pslfl Cuter Ctorewe
The Jazz Improved tdi with the .WlUUm 4,Alvfct Jane S.Mm .-CIa"0.. -> J< 'D K: ... 1ItJLLITs.: .1 We Will Print 'Your Envelopes .f'
It win and are still one game up on.the tw1.u.aar.a ewa.c.w..m METS "- 4HAWKI. M,
second place Nets ('- -Cram* Brews II, Edward Hubnl J, CKU'tixiuon, '". Ron Drawn a5. f'.*n.'tt. .CBLTICf>r I ',1'4)! T EHS" *4

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...a school teacher turned car ..Ieam.... "-.'"i"'' l Byron's Dream. ; :.: r
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Warney doesn't know one model from another;;.:.. .
kids Clyde he Just sells cars. ., '" ?,-., oorecently I, ...c.... trae when Ida father. Clyde, nmbled

Warney sold 21 cars ta December. Since rani.v'. rv ; ana bought the eU Jimmy Moor Son timmbolUUUig

t ti January he' had seven demonstrators, and sold ", r MI US-MI.OriglMlly ... Aadbrews -
f all of them. ', da for a Ford agency, Ike old =... '

On a recent Saturday morning, Warney sold ? (tlr ,carved a. *Chevrolet agency( I .. ...,

three cars one went to Jessup Ga. and one to i and again wears Font _Ion.
Live Oak Byron oversaw remodeling of the building and

Warney sells'em with no down payment and .1 the expansion: of, TerwUlegar Ford. He order' all

no monthly payment he Joshes... referring! to sew ears aad trucks
'' the truck stolen from TerwUlegar recently ,' .UII1 Clyde says a* "very prowl" of the way hU non
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1A) Business Is booming. It turned out to .be a :,; Ji\; ; ; '- b bought !out all the'tools, equipment and same, category with Live Oak and St.Augustlne..
Krom Page
smart business move. J 4, ;< :-.} -- parts of the Monticello Ford.agency which closed "Wo win our share," says Clyde of Ford. Motor
Mr. Ford. !. ,' Co.
.. down j contest t".."
Building Up... : i, A out the "The future of Starke and l Bradford
Going into his 25th year of business here in ,; move to freeway three miles from County U
Starke Clyde Terwillegar figures he has sold Where has the profit from the Increased sales downtown was the cause of the demise of the Just fantastic,"lays Clyde who looks: for the
Monticello dealership, in Byron's opinion.The population and business area to doubt In the
about 14,000 cars, about one for everybody in the been going toTIt's ,:Y'r' .
Into and :. central downtown location In Starke is next 10 years. ,"i; '
county. being plowed repair equipment "t'l' r convenlen "I'm glad for to be Ins
The I "awfully for local Ford customers Byron position to .
parts Byron Terwillegar. parts InverK
likes In business in downtown says {, who their' make his future here "
Clyde being tory has been doubled ancillaragti area has been can bring vehicle In for repair and says Clyde. '
Starke, a location from which he thinks the Ford doubled. r J walk around town while the work is done, Byron Addition of Warney Adkinaon to sell new can:

agency can offer the best service to the people of Byron the Ford Motor Co. Is now sending1< points out. ,and of BID Eppt.( who recently! returned to -.
Service is theme says The appeal of Starke to used have added
Ford handle
Bradford County. a recurring the quality cars. He attributes this to the Terwillegar to local i ) can greatly
with Clyde, a topic he keeps coming back to. automotive agency shutdown. Workers left on the customers is of utmost Importance both to the effectiveness of the sales staff says
and In discussion about;; Clyde. Now Terwillegar wholesales 25 of
Clyde Byron. a business percent:
lines realize what 4.
to their is
Now Clyde enjoys doing business from an entire assembly seem Job \i. their theme Is of service, sales and a moral its used can compared to a former 75 percentsays
worth and much better There '
are doing a Job. '
downtown block, between Call and Madison l; .<"
committment to the Clyde.
Streets and on US-SOU are much fewer loose bolts)and the trim on the : i '.: community.: .
and trucks Is fitted better .Jtt. "We must estalish quality' put out good cars:
new can Byron
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"We're real proud of it," Clyde says of what notes. f1J1i"'J and keep them running," Byron says. is Happy..'.

he thinks is the largest display.of Fords in Less warranty work saves Terwillegar Ford .. '. A Future Here. j'' For'yeara'Ford' Motor COY.has pushed for a

North-Florida. both time and money Byron points) out. '. .. new building for the agency which would have)
Clyde, 58, said he decided he was going to get The big now at Terwillegar Ford is a ''I. personal/, feel you and I are lucky to be ', meant moving out of the downtown area. c
in the car business or out of it. It was a big stepto build up the service department and the parts in Florida and, particularly, North Florida" J;, Clyde hopes business will stay good with Ford

go that much further in debt and Clyde had Inventory under veteran service manager Karl ... says Clyde. '. ,: ,coming out with eight new models in the next

to make the decision. After purchasing the ._ Pettibone who moved here last July from the5, For a small town, Starke Is a great place to do 1 ..., a new LTD a redesigned ';

building it was decided to build up the parts and Jacksonville area,and parts manager Pate "' '. business, to hear the veteran Ford dealer talk. / Thunderbird, and a super compact which getsXHSmpg. '

service departments... to go all the way. Gassett, a Starke man. To that end Byron I: fig.;;.'!! 1 .. Clyde! says Ford sales records put Starke In.the ;; i, 'I.r> ?

South riTW East 90.0 Board of County Com- 1983. 932. Data of th* first the Seaboard. Airline Alligator Creek: and all
feet than run South ml..I_ The property Wets antler........ DdPH. E. REDDISH, publication of this Notice Railroad LESS AND EXCEPT mat Dart ef the SWVk of
Legal 88'53'30" West 150.0 will b* sold for cash to '.Roods' .note eachmonth. SHERIFF' of Administration 2 acres, more er NWVi. "lying Northerly of
feet than" run South the highest and best.blaVder. once a month. Installs BRADFORD COUNTY January 20, 1983. less particularly the center line ef

Notices'NOTICE' 1M3'30" East, 32.69 feet, The Board of County i ewmetsrs, cut ',>\' i{ ". FLORIDA Doris C. ThompsonAs .described. a* beginning Alligator /Creefc, all In
then run South e8-53'30" Commissionersreserves, wotor( on and off os ;; >:: 1/212tchg 2/03 '--. at a concrete monument Section .. Township. 7
West 245.0 feet: then. the right to refect oil bids needed. Mutt b* on call .RepesenrotIve" act at the Intersection ef South Range 22 East.
run North 1I3'30" West If they are all too low. and available during ma .........55 N.......... of the' E.,_of the Westerly right ef way PARCEL II All that part
122.69' to the point of GILBERT I. BROWN: day., Mint live In the. Joseph M.Thompson, line of Slat Road 100Aand of the fractional SM" .of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. beginning Clerk lathe vicinity. Must perform to .Deceased. the Southerly- right' NEV tylng. northerly of
NOTICE Is hereby IN AND FOR BRADFORD at public outcry to the' Board of County the atlifac1lon of the IN. THE CIRCUIT COURT of way line. of tha Was ,the center .11.( .* of
given that on Monday COUNTY. FLORIDA highest. and best bidder Commissioners ._nell, and dark. BidpisSeptteember1 FOR BRADFORD ATTORNEY FOR nee Branch'of I the Alligator Creek and East

January 24, 1983 at CASE NO. 82-33S-CA for cash at the' hour of 1/202tchg 127.s..s..ws.eeeee. COUNTY., PERSONAL Seaboard Airline- of Lake RaweM Nit ofNV4
10:00 o'clock A.M., the 12:00 o'clock Noon on ... FLORIDA REPRESENTATIVE: Railroad and'run thence of NEK. ; All m Section
undersigned GATOR NORTH FLORIDA February 16 1983 at flit NOTICE The. Town of Brookarrsrvs. "ROBATEOtVISION Earl Brown In e Southerly direction 1,Township t South,

FREIGHTWAYS. INC. will CLARKLIFT, INC., front door entrance of OF APPLICATION .the. right to oc- File Number 83-04-CP 345 East Forsyth St. along the sforeiald !Range 21 East ,';''' ,
sell at public auction for a Florida\ corporation the Bradford County '. FOR TAX DEED copt or raact| any and all Division 1-3453 Jacksonville Fla.322 2Te4ephone:13M Westerly right ef way Sold lands, containing
cash at 2173 Commonwealth Plaintiff, Courthouse at Starke, bide ,submitted to the, 06' line of said road. 140)feet 409 acres mar or .lets
Avenue VS. Florida. Town ( t NIt'ESTATlOf'I 1/204tchg 'ro C point on fhto. North. 'In "-
NOTICE IS HEREBY Bradford County.
of8rookerRobinson ................ ? ;
SUN ICE INC., Dated December : JOSEPH M.TOMPSOtr'U.e s line .. NWV4 ef SWtt\ Florida
,A..t, Pleildet : GIVEN., that, "."..rtAIowJ. .;, are subfect( to
f a Florida corporation, 'r" 'CIIIwit +e.e '. .IN THE CIRCUIT COURT whbdtre. i feef .. : J
one lot ol Spray Faint 30 .. Green, Jr. the ," Nl lO ..- -; ..,
Cans, consigned to Normandy Defendant. L. Cox.. Jr.. :holder of the fallowing s. _. ,_: ,M. 'EIGHTHJOWCIAI East of Northwest comer {roads and for,drainage
Five' 5920 Normandy United States Marshal certificates .has filed said _'OfADMINISTRATION: CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ot MWV4 of SWV4.;thenc* ditches
Blvd., Jacksonvilla. NOTICE OF SALE Middle District of Florida' cartlllcata for 1 a to* BRACFOMO COUNTY, continue In a Soutfierty. has boon flied against
/ Flo. to satisfy Carlotta D.Miller deed to b* Issued CoseNoi 2-4IS-CA; direction along.'" road you and you are required
freight' and storage Notice Is hereby Assistant United States thereon.. the certificate 'P) MAY CONCERN TO ALL PERSONS HAVING right of way line 70.23 to serve a copy of your
given that pursuant to Attorney for CLAIMS OR FEDERAL LAND BANK feet to* concrete moral' written idvf If
charges, under the provisions Attorney numbers and years)of Issuance REFERENCE* _, any
of Section 4b( ) of an Order for a Final Plaintiff. the descriptionof DEMANDS AGAINST TH( OF COLUMBIA, nent. thence 'canttnu ,to H on BEVIN O. RITCH

..-Uniform Standard Bill of Judgment of I/13 4tchg 2/03 the property,, and the PUBLIC SALE Of'I'ATIIOL' ABOVE ESTATE AND AU' Plaintiff. long said right of way of lowry and .Retch
"fading. Foreclosure entered In .........e.............. names 'In which It wo VEHICLE> OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED Vs.. South t degrees. 2 Plaintiff attorneys,
the above captioned \ IN THE ESTATE) J. M. EDWARDS JR., and minutes and 9O seconds
:: Gator Frelghtwoys.' action NOTICE UNDER Assessed ore as follows): who..eddrao.. ta P. O.BOM ,
*-. Carrier1202tchg I will sell the property FICTITIOUS NAME Certificate NariS4 The Bradford County YOU ARE HEREBY BETTY L. EDWARDS his West 129.43 .feet toconcrete 'a 1029.. 'Gainesville. ,
: situated in Bradford Sheriff Office will tall NOTIFIED that the cadmlnl."otl..f wife: and VALERIE J. monument at Florida j
: : 1/27 STATUTE 32603. on or
...................... County. Florida Year of Issuance of : 1978 the followingdescribed'the the HALL. Trustee In the beginning of e curve, before the 25th day of
i.: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT described Description Proper highest estate of JOSEPH "M." Bankruptcy for J. M. Edwod. aid '
as: TO WHOM IT MAY CON- demon curve having a February. 1963, and Ml.
ty Corn at NE Cor of SS I
;;::OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL One Stokvis Multi-' CERN: February 7, THOMPSON deceased. .. Jr.', Case No. radius 440.56 fet and the original
:::; CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Ton Electric 'Powered Notice Is hereby run 1/4 w of 620 Ml feet 1/4 ef to N SE R/W 1/4 1983 (Monday) at:3 P.M.; File Number 83-06-CP, Is 79-OOO9S. United States being. concave to the Clerk I of this eiNthe

cfLORIDA I WPT-30-2748, Serial pursuant to th* "Fic PCS confirm West 700 ft Jail. vehicle maybe Court for Bradford Colin District of Florldea.GoI.III. Southerly. direction along Plaintiffs attorneys"or
:'ft:: Cos Number: Number 1133866010036 titious Nam Statute South 406 ft to North "Inspected, prior to- ty Florida Probate Division Division. : and the arc of r said curve .-. thai.....r.
:::82.2413-CA Number 76061at Chapter 869.09. Florida R/W of Co. Road NELY sal*. the' address of VALERIE J. HALL TrusteeIn .''o"1llOld Westerly right otherwise e default. will
:?:.- > Division' : D public sale, to the Statutes, will register along road roe PROPERTY TO BE .which ls BRADFORD Bankruptcy for Batty L. of way line a chard be entered against you
to Section
.... and best SOLD: One: each 1980 COUNTY COURTHOUSE Edward., Case No. distance of B4.S7'feet too
-"' highest bidder with the' Clerk of the. Clr. 10, 7 South for th* relM' deninnoedIn .
:':IN THE MATTER OF for cash at the east entrance cult Court In and far 22 East twp '. Ford Fairmont, ,,4* door STARKE FLORIDA. Thepersonalrepresentative 7900097. United State concrete monument lh.' Plintlffe
:'THE ADOPTION OF: of the Bradford Bradford County Name In which Sadan ,VIN District Court, Northern aid chord distance having 'Foreclosure Complaint

MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER County Courthouse in Florida upon receipt of ed Elizabeth C Fow.asssa-... OK92D203300. of the estate Is DORIS C. District of Florida, a bearing .4 South O filed September ::19.
:THOMAS Starke, Florida at 11:00 proof of publication of All ef said property t' DOLPH I. REDDISH 6; THOMPSON whoso address Galneivllle Division) degraoo 38 .1IwMo and 19B2. and Amended

..m. on February ,,4. this notice,.the' fictitious. being In the. County ot' SHERIFF Is Route 2, Box 601, CONAGRA INC., a seconds West thane Foreclosure Complaint
NOTICE OF ACTION 1983. name, to-wlt: Bredford. State ol BRADFORD. COUNTY;." MslroM, Flo. 32666. Th* Delaware Corporation South M degrees 34 filed November 4, 1912.
CLERK OF THE BELCO ENTERPRISES FLORIDA name and address of the SOUTHIASTERN minutes and 2() seconds DATED: January 21,

?O: Thomas Jones, Address CIRCUIT COURTBY under which we ara FloridaUnless. such certificate N......../27.. .2tch055.... personalrepressntotlve's' LABORATORIES. INC$, West JU.M .feet ta o 19M.OtUERT .
Unknown: Annie : Beulah Moody engaged! : _In business I at :or certificates shall be Nona A: ",'. attorney JOHN A. TORODE: concrete ,monument S. BROWN
Mae Jonas, Address Deputy Clerk 889 West Madison '"", _MOd accarlng ta OF RULE are set forth ALACHUA MILLING thence North) 4 degrees 2 aERKOPTHEcowrrBRADFORD 4
Unknown; John H. Skinner Florida below. ENTERPRISES.-.; JOE minutes and 90 seconds
Esquire Avenue, Starko, law the property described AMENDMENTAs COUNTY)
Thames 5 Skinner, P.f(17 ."-. 32091. In such certificate All parsons having-. BASS;. JEFF McMEEKEN East 210 .foot t* a con. FLORIDA

g-bnd: ta Whom It May Con- : Washington Street That the' parties In- certificate* will''' be sold or required by claims or demands d/b/a ALUMS FENCECOMPANY crvtsi monument. thence' SV:Marian Mcfto

:..:cern Jacksonville, Florida forested In said business, to the highest., bidder at Chapter 373,Section 21*.. against the estate are, ; and MARJORIEM. ATLANTIC In a Northerly' ,.direction Deputy OerkV274tehg217'

:;: 32302 enterprise ,are as the court house door on Florida Statute, the required, WITHIN THREE ROBERTS NATIONAL BANK OF. and parallel' t* th*, : ., .
YOU ARE HEREBY 904-35J-9457 follows:: the' 22 day" ef Fabruory,' Suwonnee River r Water MONTHS FROM THE Westerly. right of way lsy'ss sn.m...... .e>.
r:NOTIFIED that the pti-. Attorney for Plaintiff Guy Andrews 1983. Management District- DATE OF THE FIRST' JACKSONVILLE as line of said State NOTICE
motion for Adoption has ..1/202Ichg 1/27 Thomas R. Andrews 'Doted hereby gives notice that PUBLICATION OF THIS Trustees Under the Will Highway 10.23 fet to o ,,OF INTENTION ,
1 this 9th
been filed Daniel DATED at Starke, day ofDecembor. NOTICE to file with the of C.A. Roberts Deceased concrete ,monument ,0 .
by ssts................. 1982.GIlbert. It p'opoto.' amandChapter ; FLORIDA' FARM thence TO REGISTER .
Thomas and Ethel Lee Florida, this 29th day of 40 B-2 Florida clerk. of the above coupe Easterly along FICTITIOUS NAME '
Smith Thomas for the UNITED STATES DISTRICT December, 1982. S. Brown, Administrative Coda, written statement of BUREAU MUTUAL IN the. Southerly right ot ,
of Michael 1/0Urchg 1/27 Clerk of Circuit Court claim demand SURANCE COMPANY; a way< lino of Seaboard
adoption COURT MIDDLE Permitting of Water lisa. any or Pursuant to Section
Christopher' Jones, a DISTRICT ...................... of Bradford County. In addition to several administrative they may have. Each Florida corporation; Airline Railroad :J10.23 165.09. Florida Statutes I
white _I. child bam 1 OF FLORIDAJACKSONVILLE Marion Florida. "changes, claim must b* In writing PIONEER DAIRY HERD feat to point o* beginning. ; I
notice Is
SALE By: McRaeDeputy Indicate the IMI'ROVIMINTASSOClAnON all In Section. 31. ,".oreby'given I
February 1975 In DIVISION NOTICE OF the' proposed amendments and must that 'tb
Gainesville. Florida and : Clerkl064tchgl27 will repeal Section basis. ,for the claim.The : FARMERS Township 6 South, 8angt. Edward and Jean I ,

you ore required '0. .Court No.811059ClvJ8 The Board of County ....*....}... .. .Ns 40 B-2.042 which allowed name and address of the MUTUAL EXCHANGE; 22 East. Cagnon, sole or |olnl : ."
serve a copy -of your -- 'Commissioners of Bradford the Issuance d permitsby creditor or his. agent orattornsy UNITED $STATES OFAME.ICA PARCEL St Six acres 'In owners,, doing. business J-
answer or pleading to County Florida Is NOTICEOF rule and theamount ; acting Southwest \corner' elNE'A
and provides a under the firm of i
for sale to the INTENTIONTO claimed. the ,,through th* DEPARTMENT of SWA' bounded
":'Jhe Petition on the Petl- UNITED STATESOF offering esaeptlorsfor.elfsupplied .STARKC AUTO AUCTION
and best bidder REGISTER .the OF THE TREASURY West by WOlf line ... ,
.::llon., attorney AMERICA Plaintiff highest residentialuses. claim le not yet due. '.O. Bon 1177 Stark,
-,SALVATORE D. VS the' following describedreal FICTITIOUS NAME The Governing data when H will become INTERNAL' REVENUE SERVICE NE'of SW1/ North by Florida. 33O 1."Mends to
MOLlrCA, 609 N.B. 1st THE ESTATE OF property located In Board of the District will, due shall b* slated. If ; STATE OF'FLORIDA Slat* Road S IOO-A East said '
Street. Post Office Box ALBERT FRAZIER. In Bradford County, Pursuant t* Section' |hold a public hearing at ,the claim to contingent or'' DEPARTMENTOF i by private road. South vf Haw register' under fictitious.". the '
i?,694. Gainesville Florida competentby Florida: 863.09, Florida Statute, 1:15 February '"" the" nature LABOR' AND' South' line of NtM of aforesaid )
p.m. on statute.
i,32o02, and file the reason of VeteransAdministration The Southeast Quarter notice to hereby given 17. 193 at District' of .the uncertainly shall EMPLOYMENT' SECURITY, ,SWM of Section 31, .Dated mis ISth day of
original; answer or Rating: ol Northwest Quarter of that the und.nlgned, Headquarters. corner of be stated. If the claim d Is,. DIVISION OF EMPLOY. 'Township South Being.. ,January "83.: A.D. In :
i"' Clrrk the office oftha l and all parties"havingor Southeast Quarter (SE .DON L HILL role or joint US 90 and SR 49. Live. "secured, the security MINT-, SECURITY) CUR- 22 East. Bradford County..) '"> .. .
the Circuit claiming to.how any' tof NW 1of SE 1/4)) ownoro. doing business Oak. Florida* to hoar shall be described. The TISS BREEDING IN..oj:r:1 PARCEL Ct All of Sao-
Court an or before the right title or InterestIn of Section 18 Township 6 under the. firm nom ef public comment obectlone | claimant shall deliver. DUSTRIES. INC. Man 36. Township '6I p V204tpd2/I0 1
::2nd day of March I9S3. ma property .....,n.Dofendanto. South. Range 22 East HILL APPLIANCE REPAIR to the proposed sufficientcopies' of the Delaware corporation, I i South Rang 21 Lest, ly.Ing .'.

iN: you fail ta dose, the and containing 10. acres, 238 S.Walnut It.. Stark. amendments dolor to th* ,clerk -to. 4/II/e" CURT ISS. South EXCEPTIPraotonal I II
defaultwill NOTICE"SALE or .less.TOGETHER. Florida.32O9I. Intends to enable the clerk to mall, BREEDING. SERVICES: .W. LESS AND I
Judgement by more t............ .:..,.. ., and J. t..
b*taken against you Notice Is hereby WITH aright register sold f fIctrnou, TO WHOM .on* COW'. each per;; N. AVERA' ,' .' W'/ thereof' (lying .I ra 1 1
;lor th* relief demanded 'given that pursuant too of way far Ingress name under .the' "IT MAY CONCRRI' '. representative/I ., CARTE, South af'eaM'' railroadend
'in the Petition.DONS Final Judgement entered and egress over and aforesaid statut*. v .., .All.. persons >ln DefendantsNO11CE .Us ANO 5XCEPT,
AND, on December JO, 1982 by across the Easterly. 20 Dated this 24th day ef REFERENCE'o vt.! :' '"",,. "'In the estate to. ACtiON that part 011'4'of Sly.!< .YOUSAVE
:ORDERED .. Gainesville. me above entitled Court feet of the Northeast JanuaryA.D../ 1983 In1 j SALE OF FpRFEITURE'VEHICLE whom a copy of this' OF I Hrteof w... ofthe, ton, \
.'Aloctiuo County. Florida 'In the above styled Quarter of Northwest Bradford. ,' ; .Caun1F. Notice! of Admlnlitrcrtlon take ......11.\
..this ISth day' of January, 'causes me undersigned Quarter of Southeast Florida' Jf; hoe been moiled ore resjulred. -' TOt PARCEL D. N40 01 Hui;
J9113.r United States Marshal or' Quarter, Section 18. 1/27 4tpd 1/17 The Bradford Counly'Sheriffs .. WITHIN THRO' '.Residence. Unknown of NW%. LASS AND E9U:

> A.CURTIS POWERS, any ot hi* duly' sell Township 6 South Rang, '....s.s..s..s..ss. ...,.t Offfc will .... MONTHS FROM THE ,NOTIFIED CEPT aH that part of ME Hi. ,I
Clerk of the Court ad deputies will e 22 East.' 'yfUlUCNOTq the fallowing dean***! DATE OF THI FIRST of NI..01. NWM fyring'South *
B'I'oIT'oo.puty' property situate HI Bradford Wrltwt and sealed. t nine N est' PUBLICATION OF. THIf THAT AN ACTION< to ,and fart of ..... !
", property ta foreclose. e', martgog* ant.et ,....''of .AIII.-
Florida bide be submitted
Clerk County shall to file ot-
bidder'an1:?:.Mn oy II
CALL FOIIIIIC( the fallowing OUR
on propertyb Creeks ll that of
described as; to Gilbert S. Brown, February 7Mf* at :3 l.etianw. they may hove I ICall'
Rsep.ctfui/y. Submitted For a point of beginning Clerk. ta the Board of P.M. aloe of tofe lira-. that challenges the''volldHyof > Bradford. County, NWH of Nil lying, Wst '
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,hoNon..t Bid. ls hereby coifed; fJorIcIoI of the center line ofAlligator s
commence ot Commissionersen thedecedenl'swlll,11w \
County .
by lard County: ML VMd* Al 1,4 fSWHl ,
':iawOffksof "' comer of the or before Monday.'February .' for by the Town of, csjallf(cations oftatlv PARCH' Creek all the
Srooker and. .Is to be submitted may' b* Impeded priorta elf that .portion of, of B'A'of NBAef .
SALVATORE D.;MOLUCA Northwest 'Quarter of 7, 183. at 9.30 {' the. personal en" port : '
solve 4PROPERTY' repro 9
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Counsel for Petitioners ,the Southwest Quarterof A.M. Written bids sub. In. TO MSOLD *, or the venue .; MWV4! lying Northerly tt; )
envelop t* the clerk of lying West of cantor .line the center line .> I
Section 3, Township 7.SOUth.t.I miffed the Board of rurlKJIctton of the court 473-2310
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the Town of Brookar. P. ) One. each 1TOJ .of AHkjator. Creek; NW% Alligator. Creekj all shot. ,
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\ :., : Melroies,i ,i ft'- ? Carl< ,.JBuz wins. State Moto ros's.!.'.Championship' ",.i'.,":,' '";

By Mark Frlediln makeup. smaller 125cc bike to the bigger r''more 1982 bike and win In 1983." Carl said. l
BCT Stall Writer Carl .recently won the State' powerful 250cc Yamaha machine on "I rode in a National Motocross race ..
, Motocross Championship and not for which he finished the year on such a in Orlando three. weeks ago against y,'
To merely competeIn serious Just one event. The stale championship winning note riders from all over the count.? and : ,'
'. motorcroM competition on a howling is awarded at the end of the year "I just grew Into the 250," Carla most of those guys had the latest ,'
250cc motorcycle-you must be able to to the rider who hRS amassed the says. "A 125 is pretty small but you. There's a real differenceIn ,
\ master a machine geared to the most points In events all over the .can't outgrow 250." speed and handling In each new I I.,
highest performance specifications state for the previous 12: months. Carl Is sponsored by Chitty and model because the .'re being tested so ,.
i successfully around a specially And he didn't Just win his crown by 'Company of Jacksonville and hard every month.
designed track.Specially scrapping in at the last race with.a Yamaha,, who obviously like what The constantly evolving motocross
designed that is to few points between him and his com they see In his resume so far. The bikes are highly specialized machinesthat
separate you from your bike In a petition. He completly obliterated the' leading 'motorcycle companies and. are looked at by the big Japanese I
cloud of dust and debris at the earliest field winning by an astonishing 195 parts suppliers are besieged by and European motorcycle companies
opportunity out of a possible 200 points and 42 thousands of requests each year from almost like McDonald-Douglas,
to go beyond Just participating, to points ahead of his nearest rival. riders looking for sponsorship studies their$30 million-per-copy F-19 ,,
compete in this sport and win, to Carl accomplished all this in spiteof because the cost of the sport) fighter airplane.
defeat experts from all over the state an injury he suffered in the middle .are high. Each year design teams and "
and the nation, is something else en- of the summer'when the competition The bikes themselves ranging in engineering experts go over their
tirely.To win on that level you have to is at Its helghL that left him so far price from $1,700 to :$ ,OOO in new or bikes with an Increasingly fine tooth
have the kind inborn fearlessness it behind he wasn't even ranked at all ''stock" condition are quickly made :comb stripping pounds of perfor-
take to constantly1 create new sun- until the first weeks of November. obsolete as each new model year rolls mance cutting weight from the bike
:dards of performance for yourself Then he took off, both literally and ''around because of the tremendouspace frames with/ increasing use of
and others to follow. flgurativly speaking going on a winn- of changes and Innovations passed plastics aluminum and metal alloys.
Carl Bus, a 1 -year old Interlachen ing streak that left hia rivals looking down by the company's professional "The '83 250 I have now is lighter
'High student who lives In Melrose,obviously \ -\ at his tracks in the dirt. riding teams. than my 1982 125 and the engine's
has this winning quality In his Carl recently switched front a "There Isn't any way'you can ride a much bigger," Carl said as he stood in
--.--------_..._-_.... ---- the well-equipped repair shop next to
his parent s house. "It's really amaz-
ing because each year when the new
bikes come out you kind of say to
yourself well that's It. It can't get T---
r any better than this.And then the new !-
'T year comes around and you can't wait
is x to again.. try"out .the' new ones all over

This new bike has a big Increase instability
M and handling, its engine is a
little faster but the biggest improve-
ment, is in the handling.'-
The latest motocross bikes have
soft,cushiony feel to their suspension.
Carl's bike has a large single shock
absorber unit in the rear of the bike
which can be adjusted to 40 different
load settings depending on the track
p--S conditions which can vary quite a bit
as terrain and weather conditions
change from race to race. '
'the reason for the emphasis on the Championship i Run..;.
______ See... Carl. Carl Bus of Melro.e Is way out In front of the competition In this recent race In
.. Orlando that featured many of the top professional. riders from all over the
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Lions and and' Coatimundis?
Tigers : ,,,'

.I Retired Wild Animals Find a C Comfortable Home .on South 301by I

Boonie- goes home with Marcla GoodgeBCT doesn" like everyone soon very
Staff Writer i K"e1 Al otil4 t t y1a, : i wGhp ':; r'? f Bust Boonie oversees the running of the aware of it. A baboon has large teeth
{ st t tt6
village. She makes sure the ducksdon't
animals like
"There are not many I
these left. Animals never don't talk back what tc I and makes wander certain into the that main Rust!building doesn't See... An1.D1al,.. .
you or sass you.;They care -
you look like, what color you are 01 mistreat. Gene., Page
how long your hair Is.
;L "They can't play a role' or b diplomatic. They are real and I
everything else Is fantasy All the)'
want is food Water and once in awhile r'y r k
a pat on the head. Even If they y CLEANING
don't get the pat on the head CARPET
sometimes, that's all right too." says
Gene Schuler, owner of the Wild
Animal Retreat Village.
Gene and his wife,.Rustl, own and
operate the village on US-301 Just o' 1
north of Orange Heights. They have rm 4
11 big cats, several racoons, two r trln : #
peacocks, several guineafowl and r .
ducks, small goats, chickens, two
alligators,a Siamese crocodile, three SEAdd1Ci.EANONd
pheasants, two skunks, a baboon anda : ,
coatimundl (an Australian racoon) : -
as well as a collection of several 1 ; 'k
smaller rodents and reptiles. d.j
Gene used to train animals In a circus f ''
but he and Rust say they never 11 T' _
intended to have this many animals FREE
or to open the retirement village to
i the public. They started in 1976 with ,
Sheba, a lion that was being kept as a '
pet neighborhood.by a man In a, crowded ti J jt : Estimates 'rI l

I The man's neighbors complainedabout lf

wouldn't the renew noise his and permit the to owner keep f fT

t Sheba as a pet,says Gene.The owner wail I
would not conform to the cage requirements .nMsra Iw
set by the Game Commis- !
I sion,so Gene and Rust! took Sheba off ,
his hands. Kilo Takes Gene and Rusti for a Walk Around the Village..
"We took one and it just snowballedfrom

i there," Gene says. "We'd like to KUo. a 5-year-old cougar, gets a kiss and a backrub the other cougar at the village, and Is sometimes put on a I II
limited be able finances.to do more We are but caught we up have'in from Gene and Rush Schuler, Kilo Is gentler than Spltter, wire, run: when other people are not In the area. II I I

else.today's We economy about Just like everyone our' man pinschers. closer to him. ; Orange, are Si-ben tigers. Samanthacame I
family and worry the animals.supporting, But It's He was.fed dog food and when the If they get along, they will be put from a zoo and was origionally '
worth It Gene says, to see these Schulers got him, he had so great a together. "Teddy is there all by in Busch gardens. She was a breederand
animals living as happily as possible. calcium deficiency'that his spine was himself and so is Amy.They can keep Is now 12 years old. 20offon
Gene and Rust did not start their curved and his bones were too soft to each other Gene. Orange was raised as, a pet In
stand on. tigers.. Gilchrist His
to The two Si-ben Sabu and County. owner had two
operation a zoo.They they
would rather open see all the animals say liv- He wore a cast to help him stand for Sheena, came from a tourist attraction :-' tigers and the female died. He was so
ing in the wild where they belong, but quite a while and he will always be, In Naples. They were used In a. unhappy at being alone that his owner
these have been raised man and stunted and have a curved spine, but combination act with lions and they brought him to Gene and Rustl so he
would be unable to exist in the wild the Schulers put him on a proper diet' didn't get along well with them, says could be with other animals, says Carpet CleaningWITH
because they don't know how to hunt. and he now ,can siana ana wane Gene. The tourist attraction wantedto Gene.
They are used to being taken care of without casts and Is doing fine,accor- find someone to take them; so the Bonnie,a female baboon, Is kept on ,
by people."If ,ding to Gene. Schulers added them to the village.,. a run except when the weather Is bad, THIS AD '
people would leave animals Sandl the Schulers' third lion, There are two cougars named Kilo Boonie has plenty of toys to amuse
alone where they belong and not upset ,fame as surplus from a circus. and Spltter. They came from Her. She has a tricycle and monkey
the environment, it would be much Teddy Is a lep-jag, a cross betweena Markham Park in Broward Co., bars and although her run goes back
better," says Gene, "If animals leopard and a jaguar. He was train- "These people really Impressed me," ,Into the woods, she is content to stay: Teal Tile & Carpet
become extinct,so will man.Once we .ed to work in a circus act but his says Gene. They really cared for the close to village. When it gets cold,
lose the balance of nature, we can shoulder was broken and mended Im- animals but they folded for lack of 131 N. Cherry St., Starke,
properly.The trainer simply got tiredof funds."
never get it back again. -
Each of the animals at the retire- having to explain why he had an' "They say there are only 20 of these 964.7423 473-2347
has .animal that limped says Gene. cougars left In Florida but there are
ment village its own story. .
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"These are animals that outgrew "A cross between a leopard and a probably a few more than that.They un n
their, usefulness. They are pets that jaguar would never happen in the are very elusive animals," he says.r
'wild"Their habitats are too differentfor Kilo is somewhat
were bought as cute cuddly cubs"'who more gentle than
that to happen. "They are a dead .Spltter and the Schulers take nor'out J Jof .. .. """ '
to be cats that :
.required grew more up attention 500-pound.than people end," like' the mule. They "cant: ; ,the cage occasionally. Before they'.j., 4-f.,YOU; ... "'.,,....,'O'U8HIIt
-'reproduce'There four the Kilo : If.
thought, says Gene. are only of opened public, was put pi)a _) .. .
"Some of them were surplus from a them that we know of and we have wire run that went all over the proper. CANMONEY t> '
: circus or tourist attractions and were two. They are simply the result of ty, but the Schulers won't risk keep.
going to be put to sleep because no one man's quest for the unusual' Gene ing her on the run with people around. ,
would take them." he says. says. The Schulers are trained to handle
Stanley is a lion that the Schulers The other lep-jag is a recent arrivalat these cats and although they are quite
acquired the same day he was to be the village. Her name Is Amy and confident with the animals, they do
killed. He was born with a massive she is going through a period of ad- not advise that they be made pets."If
cleft pallet, he has no roof to his justment. She is kept In a -cage people hadn't tried to make pets out of
mouth. This caused him some problems separate from Teddy right now, but these animals,we wouldn't have to do
in eating. He was raised as a as she gets used to her new surroun- this," says Rusti.!
pet and kept in a pen with two dober- dings, she will be moved closer and The last two cats, Samantha and

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I i .. ard i: ,)' ':.:;f& h ";, ,:':j Orange Heights Couple Gives Wild Animals Second Chance_ .

from PI!' t: .
and can look and sound very threatenIng ,the animals and the Schulers have a He called to Stanley on the other Stanley roared "That's what we get
if It wants. Rustl demonstratedthat friend who is a taxidermist and saves side of a building at least 100 yards out 'of it. Even Tarzan couldn't do
." by pretending to hit Gene,Luckily all the excess meat when a hunter brings away, and say; "Stanley roar!" that." I
for Rustl, Boonle couldn't reach In a deer to be mounted.
Even with their help it Is difficult;
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her.Boonle raised three kittens whose for the Schulen. That la why they
.'' .. .I'. fi mother had died. She didn't feed decided to open to the pUblic in April, Starke
them but she took care of them and, ao that they could share the anlmalll Family Planning Clinic
according to Gene,. they evidently with people and the people could
', think they are baboons. The cats eat share with the animals through donations Tubal! LlgaUon (Tubes tied)
lettuce and tomatoes in ,addition to they say. &
.. ) their cat food and they take it very '''The cats eat meat and Rusts and I VasectomiesNo
calmly when Boonle's motherly In- eat a lot of beans and things like
; stincts take over and she picks them. that" says Gene. "I don't know if we Hospital stay necessary No Abortions performed.
up and brings them Into her cage. require 1 less or If we Just don't care as
.Some of the smaller animals came much about things other than these 964-6500
4 to the Schulers from people who had animals," he says.
kept them as pets for children until "The animals are beautiful. Anyone
the children tired of them. One who doesn't believe in God should "rfrrrrrrrrrtitrtttrttifttstsjfrttiiii'tjfttitswN -
alligator came from the University of come look at these animals. Even Rom.. (904)47MW1)
Florida. It was ill when they found It with all technology, man can't Additions '
4 a+r and they were afraid it wouldn't makeit mix two chemicals together and
.. through the winter. It Is doing bet- make another one of these,"he says. Remodeling.
a !I I.L ter now and Gene thinks it may makeit 'People ask us why we do this. FRMSURK WASHING PAINTING
after all. We're certainly not in it for the
Yr I lst; The Schulers cleared the land and money i Animals require food KEYSTONE BUILDERS INC.
a built the cages themselves. "This vitamins and care. You can't make REGISTERED BUILDING CONTRACTOR'
place was all falling-down buildings, much money off of animals" he says.
and overgrown bushes when .we got Each and every one of these ROOFING INSULATION
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here. It's an Ideal place for us animals repays us in his own way,''
because Illinois-Owen owns all the says Gene. "You can't make an Jim Powell 440 Lawnnc Blvd.
land around us and there aren't any animal do something unless he wantsto. Provident Keystone HgUMF1828S
neighbors for us to bother,"' says You can't pet or handle an animal "rrrrtrrtrcrtrtrttttttirrttttiMifttttrrtj
ve Gene.. unless he lets you." **
"All these cages are over the re-
quirements in size,"and moat of them lid RUty'
are built according to the. requirements -' Nellie's World of i '
for three big cats; Only
one actually has three cats In it. Hair Fashions

A Tricycle Built For Two?......... The cages do not have! concretefloors. 213 E. Call St, Downtown Starke -
"Animals don't belong on concrete -
Gene Schiller play with Boonle and her tricycle at the Wild Animal Retirement no matter what anyone says iM
Village on US-301 north of Orange Height. says Gene. Havsr a Hvart
Boonle ride.herd on the other anlmali and makes sure everything run accor-. 'We feed something like 100 to 125 Treat that someone love,
ding to plan In the village.Obituaries. pounds of meat a day." says Gene, F you
Farmers sometimes donate meat for: to our Valentine's Day Special.
Give Your Sweetheart any curl or ,

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Edna N. crawfordMrs. Steamed Cleaned Buy A Gift Certificate Bring In 2 and you will get Operators

Edna Ray Newsome 'n Now on Sale yours FREE. Latolia Herring
Crawford 57,of Starke,'died Wednes- Elaine Mabrey
day morning, Jan. 19,. in 'Alachua $ 59.95 Call 964-4556 By Appointments Only. Nellie Foreman Mcknight
General Hospital following a long ilIness' '
Walk-Ins Welcome February 1 thru February 19
Born in Plant City Mrs.Crawford
was a life long resident of Starke anda
Church.member of. the. Air. Park Baptist. Furniture Cleaned J:!.

Survivors Include one son; JamesR. -. ---
Crawford of Starke; four brothers 39..95 1ft
Pitt Newsome Paul Newsome, Jim
Newsome of Starke.
Newsome of Theressa; three IIlsten.Mrs. Sofa & ChairCarpets eta
.Willie May Davis of Starke Mrs. I ,Chiropractor
Alma Clark of Lawtey 'and Mrs.
Gladys Affort of Tampa. and' one Dyed'S' : '
granddaughter. Proudly Announces His
Funeral services were held Saturday
Jan. 22, in .Air Park Baptist
1., Church with Rev,Lacy Conway, Rev. $45.00 : New Permanent
Walter Lee and Rev. Leroy Olive oft
ficiating. Burial was In.Hope
Cemetery with Jones Funeral Homeof t_, 9x12 Location in Gainesville
Starke in.charge of.arrangements. ,

Marta Malrhsjo \ Florida arpet Cleaning 01T8 'V:: 5432 N. Main St. Suite 1xtf"NE

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Morta Malmsj,87, Ji 355. ; .. ',' ..' .
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her daughter in Florida. Lawtey a 377-0845
Survivors Include two;daughtera '
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,,. Albert M. McMurtry Malmsjo of of Starke Orlando; Pone,. several son Hours: Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri.: 9-6, Thurs.. & Sat. 9-1

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Dr. Seymour R. Marco --
". Dr Seymour R,Marco/ 58, formerly
of Starke, died Thursday Jan. 20, Store
'0 in a Jacksonville hospital after an ex. ,
'. i tended illness. .
; Dr. Marco waS a native of Jackson- .
frvtllB: and had lived in the North 105 Edwards Road

, :captain In the Army Air Force during<<
.EWorld: War II, and was a member of 'Food Stamps Welcomed' 9648290Breaded s. s .
the Temple Ahavath Chesed. Starke A
I Dr,Marco was the first optometristSin ,"
Starke, where he practiced several -.
years before returning In.1961 to 'eal.- .
'Jacksonville where he founded Frontier V
Contact Lens, Inc., which is now ,. $ 9.9' #aet c +

...i Johnson.Vista Con He, a was subsidiary also founder of Johnson of Marco 4ki Pepper Steaks ,.:... ... .,.. 1.Q..I- 3

1 Equipment Inc.,manufacturers. of : WIAS
optical diagnostic\ equipment Fresh. .' .; '. Co. 1.. I4'1I
I .pr..Marco was a memberof the .79'
'American Optometric As oclatlDn. '" Beefiiver.: : ; .;: ;.. .'.. ..... _.].:::: : :,\ LAUNDRY ,

Survivors( include his wile.Carolyn . ," '" ., ." ,,, .'" ... DETERGENT
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David Penan Jacksonville.; and one a sister brother.AnnetteMarco Milton Marco' .P or k' SI ea It" r.\"_\ ',.'.'.'.'v.'t'.'.I.,'". .' .",,..\.,,!"'".., ..',.....II...$."I I 1 .59 \J J

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*';;> Funeral services Were held at I: .' :. ': I :. '. $1650Z 2$1
p.m. Monday in the Temple Abavathf. L'" ., \,.. '.' .,'".\'"':t" + 279' 159 1
:. Chesed, followed by;Interment In $1 .49tiSDA t
Pork Roast. ::, : .: .\ ). 'ib.. .
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lcV .' Aluminum Foil 8 Roll Coronet Arm & Hammer Tempo
t;'' .IIi i Chalce ," : 1':': Reg. 2/1.00! 12"x Reg. 1.921! 2 ply Reg. 1.391 65 oz. 3 oz. skein of 4 ply
Floyd R. Burrows died Wednesday, Boneless Beef Stew.ra: .. 'tJ.j : }1 89 ) 25' foil. Limit 2. bath tissue. Limit 2 deter ent. Limit 2. knitting yarn. I
r< Jan. 19,,' at his home. 'He- was the :. iii .
;;. brother of Robert Burrows of Lake Fresh ,. V i. ". : )' :"" ,
if Butler and was a lifelong resilient of. fGround \. (:,"'" .$ 1' .29. Men's;FashionDenim ',
w' Black Hawk County Iowa hH.r"j; ; .; ;,\, II.: .

SK:v Mr.Oil.Burrows He enlisted was retired into from the Standard U.S.- USDA cn !fsBact ': ': ; :' TTPack Jeans I'

'p. Coast Guard In Dec:, 1M1. as a Chief n'1iVrappd.FitletS" .' : ':. : :: ;:": .',..,99Cinirytand
K Petty Officer and served in the South 'J"r. Disposable .
ii Pacific until the wars end fn 1945. He. SmoSced. / --. 4' ': : : ""r" g'go. Diapers $700H

v" was awarded seven battle First Methodist stars. He Picnics 4-.,.,tb\<."4 ." ..,d.i'iltb.r: .11'{,iw;::.',I-' !"VI.lb. e e 48 ct. extraabsorbent .
L. was a member of the : 'i' ,. 40'ct, Rag.: a e a 9" ,
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P) Church,"Veterans of Foreign Wars ,Nelson's. $Savory SBced [ !
National Rifle 990 toddler or 60 ct.
tlife, Association member Amateur i of. TrapebootingIf Bacon', :..,H ,...,',.:. .. il.Ho.4' :<, .,'Ir.; ".;'. ..,::.1 pt.- newborn diapers, 100% Cotton DenIm ;1'1'

Association and" was an avid.. outdoors. :2%.,dez.;Hat', Lars, : '. $' .;' .\\ '
c< man. ,1 79 .
)iy 'hli, 'wife, .f ,, ,," .,.; ,. .
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V? Katherln; one daughter Judy and a ; Qt. 1> ,.,'
*, Danny four sisters Lor-: Plan )I J
C grandson; ; Kflan Ie He.
.'rain Taylor, Vera-'McCtemty",and Package Motor Oil 1 ', ., I ,
; Darlene' Mueller all ,of Iowa: and '2-3 !w. Stab Rrw ',- 2.3 Di.:ICttveklr..t. ; r. Reg. Orpurex 40W oil and rA i P, t ": 1 i ,
.'Ruby Dodson of Calif.t four brothersj' \ \ 2 SMafci Steafc 'v r {
fy Leonard, Burdell and Cecil,'' ail ofJ ,10 Perk Chops I trans, fluid,, Limit 6,
f Iowa, and Robert Burrows of Lake. 10-4 oz. Cuba Steak a 2-' lb., T.8IRt Steak. ...: ; .
Butler He was proceeded In death by 4.11b., Ground Beef .
.2.111I. Beef Stow > .... .
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: his parents one sister "Primmerr" I; 2-1' ::Chuck Steak' < 66'i6. ': 'I'
: and!one brother. Leiand.1 2.1 ttBaeen. hill ; '"
Services were held at 11 a.m.Saturday.r 2.1 IE I nn Steak 2-allJ:; Cap Up Fry.w1d '. ;, ,; '
Jan. 91 at L Ponte.aw First : "t'
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School last Friday. .
But don't fret parents, they weren't getting In any trouble, sr
Three BHS organizations Chorus,Key Club land JR. ROTC held all
night Rock-a-Thons to raise money Friday! and all were termed successful.

f .w t2 J In the photo' here Regina Canova and Marcla Watenon (left) appear
spooked over the videotape of the the Key dub and
Chorus rockers used to pass the time awayroFriday below). Over at the
ROTC classrooms (right) two BHS JROTC members Patricia Slocum and
Major Gloria Roberts (right) found another way to spend the sleepy hours r
they studied. Pat helped Gloria recite lines from the play "Mac1l th".
Pictured below Intently watching "Carrie" are from left, Lenotvi Welty. !
Karen Klrautls, Steve Marshall, John under,and Jimmy Muse
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Lawtey Man Kenneth Dean Mayo, 46, of Bradford ed the front door glass out, enteredand Five InjuredIn Four Injured Jenny' mother,she suffered a cut on .*
Charged County was arrested Jan. 20 and fell asleep on the counter. Ap her head but Is okay. and back at. ,
With Improper Stop charged with driving while his licensewas parently nothing was taken from. the US- OI AccidentAll 'In Jan. 21 AccidentBoth work. .;.' .:'

suspended. The arrest was froma store said Moore. drivers and two passengers
Douglas Leonard Thornton of in
vehicles Involved
Lake County charge. Earlier Alvarez wrecked hut 1978 an early received injuries in an accident last Brothers Charged !f I
Lawtey was cited for making an Im- Mayo was released after he posteda Ford pickup as he was southbound on Wednesday' morning accident were' Friday evening at SR-100 and S .22G, With Burglary t I
the When "
proper stop on roadway following totalled a Ford T-Bird ran a
US-301 driving on a flat.He when. a pickup truck ran the stop sign.
$100 cash bond, according to Deputy attemptedto
an accident Jan. 20 and
to 227 collided witha
according TWo
Sammy Eunice. turn Into Mosely's Tire missed the south Virginia E. (Jenny) Shannon 20 were apprehended ,
Trooper W.M. Abrams. '
Thornton turn and ran into the concrete ditch. vehicle on US-301. was taken to Alachua, GeneralHOIIpitai { .after they siphoned gas from a parked
driving a 1981 Subaru DJura Danila Novak of Starke was Damage tq the pickup was$800 according Both drivers and their pas engerl, by Stat-Flight where she remained vehicle during a stake out Jan. according -, '
pickup, was southbound on SR-121 treated and released from Bradford
were until for observation.Max to Investigator Steve Backus.
to Trooper D. C. Roberts. : Sunday
arrested Jan. 22 and charged with ,
near Raiford. Thornton's vehicle had Hospital; Teresa Early, 18, of Russell \
driving while Intoxicated. Novak was Loyd Denson, Jr. of Raiford and William Gatlin, Jr. of
stopped on the roadway and was u Starke, a passenger in the Robinson '
Matt Denson.1'' age 10, were treated Starke and Jim Henry Gatlin of j
driving a 1976 yellow Volkswagon on-
struck In the
rear by a vehicle which vehicle was transferred to AlachuaGeneray'
and released from Bradford Hampton were arrested after
had US-301, according to Corporal J. R. \ Hospital.Max they I
applied brakes but skidded
on the Melrose Woman Hospital wltIJOIslbJe) neck
wet Hobbs. had a leg Injury and Matt had a siphoned gas from a parked vehicle
pavement. and back injuries. deep cut on his Gail Owens, 22, on Hercules property, Evelyn
Avery Lee Shell 22, of Starke, was Novak's alcohol blood level was .12. Injured In Accident Johnny Lee1 Robinson of lip Darlene Jim
was taken to Bradford Hospital then Gatlin GatUn's wife
He was released on a $300
received driving a 1981 Chevrolet, which" aurety.bond Sherry Sue Davis,22,of the Melrosearea Gainesville, driving a 1978 Ford, was transferred to Alachua General was also ,arre ted. The trio was
$1,500 In damages. Damageto was injured Jan.16 when' the eastbound on CR-227; ran the stop Hospital where she was treated and charged with burglary ot a. com
pickup In the 7:45 US-301 and collided witha
a.m. sign entering
small compact car she was driving released Owens' arm was broken in veyance. '
accident was $2,500.Keystone Raiford Man CaughtIn overturned several times at 9:30: p.m.: 1978 Ford'pickup trucking a three places. Bond was'set at $1,000'for each of
Ilts. Man Convience Store Davis was northbound on CR-214 off fishing boat on a Shannon driving a 1981 Chevrolet them and they were released on their
of CR-100 when her vehicle ran off the driven by Ronald Eugene Whitfield of pickup truck ran the stop sign crossing own recognizance.An .
Injured In Accident. Breaking into a convience store and roadway on the right side, Into the' Jacksonville. "was struck on the right CR-16 and hit the Demon's vehi- additional charge of grand theft
sleeping on the counter got a Raiford ditch and skidded out of control. The side. The truck spun around slinging cle. Demon driving a 1981 Mercurywas will be filed against the two bf'Other.ll
A local In
vehicle accldaitnetfrrlorahorae man was injured a Jan one '\ man,.Joel Lucian Alvarez, 24, charged -,, vehicle then came back onto the roadway the boat into the Ford. The boat andtrailer'btokeieosswe west bound on.CR-1S, according said Backus.They are being charged
with the three side and lth the trailer! M 'with the theft Of tour tires and wheels"
20 and taken to Putnam Community... burglary by county doing at least -rolls to Trooper Abrams. Shannon
sheriffs office 'h. ';,. one encJ. ver-endp coming to restfPv. Wing to restjn Uw far median, and thw2 i was. cited in the 743; ptm, accidents/ that wero..at Jea.from the.Hercules?,
.e When customer'Stopped at the side down after traveling back onto-{ 'boat ditch.Coitdngiea.' tne'east road,.. = Damage to the pickup was $ ,OOO, tnmntence yard New Year's Eve'
transferred Alachua Suwannee Swifty Store on US-301 the shoulder and Into the woods. Damage to the Mercury was $4,000According :night.The tires and wheels have been "
Heights, was to
General Hospital Tuesday for further south of Starke early Sunday morning Davis was thrown from the car dur- Robinson was the cited in the. accidentfor to', Jean Shannon,, recovered according to Backus. I
observation of back injuries incurred he saw a broken glass and a man ly- ing the roll-overs and was found lyingIn Estimated running stop sign. __ 'Tu -
$8,800 accOJ"oding
during the accident. ing on the counter: inside the store. the middle of the road. She was '
Starke were called and Lt. taken by Rescue unit to Bradford to Trooper W. M. Abrams.
The 1982 Chevrolet Martinwas
pick-up WINTER
"Everything was totalled, said CLEARANCE
In was declared totalled by the Lane Sibley and Patrolman David Hospital and then transported to Abrams .
Fla. Highway Patrol. Crum arrived shortly and observed a Shands. Davis was treated and,
white male indeed lying across the released from the emergency room at

Parrish SentencedFor counter asleep. They detained the In- Shands on Jan. .17. according to. ...va.eo.41
lni PerjuryRonald arrived and placed the Alvarez under There was evidence at the scene to. I FLORIDATHEATRE
arrest. Indicate Davis had been drinking according -.
Wesley Parrish, :37, of
Bond was set at$1,000 and Alvarezwas to Trooper Robert Hicks.Also
Starke, also known as Ronald Wesley
released his faster that the!
on own Davis was traveling -
Cam, was sentenced to 18 months for
recognizance. 55 limit.The Slarke
perjury. Parrish will receive no posted mph posted speed
According to the policp! report vehicle was traveling somewhere bet'
:credit for Jail time served accordingto Frt.
Judge John J Crews. Alvarez was looking for a warm ween 55 and 80 mph, said Hicks. '. Sat., Sun.
Parrish was found guilty of the per- place could not get in the store, kick No charges-will be filed said Hicks. ,,

jury charge in 1979 and received five .1
.tVvt@f .
years probation at that time. Due to a .... '" j
recent arrest Cam or Parrish was :, Sawyer, was the modal,s and boarbarp 20.000 ITO ,OCR20Dearbom
found to be in violation of his proba- style hi ate* you need.
tion and his sentencing was ordered. *.* ,
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October, 1982 Cam or Parrish was ,Priced -
arrested and charged with grand ll1 Gas' Heaters
theft after he flim-flammed a local

two man for Browning$250. The automatic victim was shotguns offered ,,, e PLUS r

Cam or Parrish said he had in hock. SMALL'ONE lrticrowave. Ogren
Cam or Parrish agreed to repay! the ; .
$250 to the victim (which he did) and r tiATUROAY'uoaNIN.1' '
the state attorney's office will not '" #
the case.Arrests prosecute r t...MATINEE. ..10:00:, ....,


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ViolationsMorris Wilson Higgenbotham,50,of .' BradfordUnionClaysResidents <* : ?/Fii! ".Sat, Sun.,, Man.CHEECH Model! fll Vested OnH35ST8. ,'

Atlanta Ga. was arrested and charged -
with driving while his license was We offer the bereaved family all ot the services Involved I in a : not $298
suspended Jan. 16. Higginbothamwas traditional funeral and burial having been established for; TiienaetUt
arrested nine miles west of many years in our facility we are able to provide our tine [ ed.lIIaw t> < .
Starke on SR-i. services to you at less cost. '-'
Bond was set at $200. Higgen- '' Maytag
botham was released on a surety '
bond according to Trooper B. A.Williams. DeWitt C. Jones;;': m Automatic, -.-
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Funeral Home .
Clyde Lee Bridges 30, of Starke, :
was arrested and charged with driv Starke Keystone Hgts. ;1 Sc CIIONG I
ing while Intoxicated Jan. 14. Bridge 964-6200 473-3176
was west of Starke on SR-18. His blood Itiai. jAfnerica'iNo.
alcohol content was .14 percent, according -
to Corporal J. R. Hobbs. ,
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Bond was set at $300. Bridges was -
released on a surety bond. .
Willie James McNeal 30,of Lawteywas Lake en eva bile tome Sales ., .-..... ,\J...: automatic Washer ,

arrested for driving while his '
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license was suspended Jan. 17,according SR 100 i mile East of,Keystone Red I .' ,_' .q.. M06+ I'
to Corporal J. R. Hobbs: : .. & CItIr.W' *
Bond for the charge was set at$200. 473-2879 475-1078 1....._ -I Y r I

r bond.McNeal was released on a surety rii' ido 11AAT t.. et'ir1M/AM. It: Umtied ,i !

McNeal had been stopped Jan.1*by All American ;Gas atEIesidc'reeate.u''' ..

Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson and 5 I
charged with the same violation. $ '
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Bond was set at$300 and McNeal was : ," { i218GAS $79

'released on a surety bond at that ',' Ij I .. ,\
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time. the All New STUCCO S Itt E, r 1 "

Bishop Emmory Floyd 68,of Bradford .: .,. I' .- Custom Built Look, 24x56 St titiri.H' ("
County was arrested Jan. It and ; ,
charged with driving while intoxicated .Stucco Firoatow,,:3 lJe4'roems. 2, baths, Step-up- ?

according to. 'Investigator. '." D1nlns\ flaidstt fclnnlsi :,fief; JJs erniiM si ttUla M I
Steve Backus | llUUIIIat" V'Uliyill HleHHJIHHII WlVlffly, $1
Floyd pled guilty and was sentenced 'WIt /Dry Nfl61liiNi ......

fine suspended.to of 50 hours$250 and community his license service was a .* Other- Exciting '83 Models Also A",Vp trrt 332.W' Madison, -' 'Phone" 9647701. "

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100% Pure Polyester Fiber 5 Piece 100% Nylon Pile

Poly Fil ,Bathroom Ensemble I

12 oz. Bag -Regular, '1.76 Machine Washable Regular 57.97Sale'm27

Over the "whoops...
Carl eII .mten one tricky feature!! Of Florida a"***"""tracks that drive out-
o-.tate riders to distraction
"wh opa" or small
sandy hills with little traction
for the constantly bouncing driver. $6.00

Buz moving up fast..

from page 1suspension .
of the number one status for winning
stems directly from the Incredible the championship In his class last
amount of physical pounding season Carl automatically moves on
the motocroM rider takes In each to the Expert or Pro division to compete -
race, a workout that medical experts next year with only the best In i
have ranked with the most strenuous each race.
In all of sports including pro football "I think It'. '
going to be easier in Proctor SilexSteamDry T.G.&Y.Coleman .
martial( 1 Gallon Can
scuba,diving rugby and the some ways he says confidently. "The
arts riders will all be real good.There will
Carl has competed on the track be less crazies on the track to worry Fuel Iron Paper Towels
team at high school in an effort to about running over, or them running
build up his legs, especially his Inner over you." Reg. *3.74 No. I117B Reg. 13.64 120 2 Ply Sheets Reg. 67
thighs, which can be extremely. important Collision is an ever present dangeron I
I in a race.. the track especially in the beginn-
I >"Half the time I'm barely on the ing when the competitors aro fighting Sale$10.00sa.e2/$100.
I bike," Carl said. "To get championship for that precious lead position, or $3.0'0 .
I times you have to ride smoothlyand '"hole shot". The, track itself, is Sale
full throttle aa often as possible 'shaped like a large fan wide at the
I and that means I'm halfway, up in the begining then narrowing down to that
air most of the time" first hairpin turn, which only a few H
"It took me a while to learn the little .: .
; can go through at any one time.
tricks you have to be able to pull "Once you get that lead position itsa Soft Sculpture. Facet -, Alre
off to win consistently,"he continued. 'great feeling.." CarJ says. "You : Polyester
"Watching the pro riders Is the best don't have to,worry, about other Doll Fabric Air Filters
way to pick up on it..MHe'll riders, no dust In your face, all you Double f Fabric
i be watching plenty of pros on have to worry about Is not falling off Knit For Air Conditioners &
the racing. circuit next season.Aa part the bike and Its yours." 100% Polyester 60-62"'wlde
', ,' ,'1!' N--.1T.'I'J--1. ,.,"'.,...-I'...._,_" '..""" _.,-,......._. ... Machine Washable' 100% Polyester 58"-60" wide Central Heat Units
Regular '2.79 yard: Regular yarda.e$2.39Jsae$1.57 Various Sizes Regular 64.

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"""''.3 ::8fJ'.pff.tt: srntcJf dtnHtftfaretfaJs; instruction and'pattern. Taught by a certified -
home economist'

Prestone U i Automatic, Coffee Brewing SystemAntifreeze

Mr. Coffee

1 Gallon Model CM1Z'Reg.. '22.96

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'.Arvin. Fan-Forced Automatic Instant Arvin Fan-Forced Automatic Instant

Electric ,Heater Electric. Heater I

\ .No.3OH33.1,' !{.- 1000.",.:1250. 1500 Watts: No. 30H25-1 -, 1320 Watts I

_ ::1. 1.$I ::2697 $ '199 r''

.. :Reg.,'31.97 Sale. Reg. '20.99 Sale'Arvin _

',' Fan-Fotaed'Automatlc Instant'' Arvin RadiantPortable (
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; Electric Heater Heater'

55 rS .No.:''30H20-1. ,-<<1250,.1500 Watts I, No.' 16H2S'-850 .Watts' ;

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Outdcar Evergreen ; :
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Bob, 8Unl.y-bagged this'rari albino sear Brooker. \'.,fut,I''.j'{VJ ... t ", :Shrubst '' \'I' "'(.t'",.,.:" '_____ ""I 7 I i.

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Rare albtop' Aeet': taken ,,}f Ea.
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'normal me ,
-some iwo'a span
f."l'!apt day of huntlug'area season resilient nrofon :'sayo. QarriitM. of the albino ," :; ,
*Jbyatooe '
Thta particular deer .h<1ee'"ge'
!1 an o Hi attar .y ar r."an ahmort: ;waa dotarwfntd to be around 7-8 mon-
,ths. had two brown ear and a brown, '
ot albinism caltod
I. form
;'PI' a "ywgenetic-cwodttkal a'' ,'* tali..mmon': : I ," ,.. ,.,:', ; .; ti r,
Q c Ganw), Btetotfat, ,MM.-WId.X4.8 .
!H flail"ptehaRT dear is the Roman nose .
t Lalre_' ;and inert:'stubby logs: Garrison 9-fe n*
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(XeyatoM**hte,;'batted tWa doe'm\> pointed out laid he'lint' it *Jt (\ -4 f 3,
who thought:
the last ..cont.cted day ,of, UM season Garrison near of, .,was a Mgwhto bulldog,1 pointed out Sunday 18.6', ,. ;301 J South ,
:'Bronker 'that this da** had' ,dwtomed looking<<\ ,, : :t554J S.S
hill find. "
Garrison says he has Men a few in''' ,hooves.There that we are/ also turned evidence outward that so-; f centers
'ju.,: area but sever moons*.hM bad shot at the deer before., _
ice 5kfftt idte.,He wild Q,' ,; n/sy Ntpdbim. _, Ada.nd'y! i, lisa S
t 'laifIIIIMIIItI ... .1"'ftI&& : *,,tan>, 'lalltr.ty.', ,
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1 I.union County Ad rfffigat'ffjrffiftfffiflyffi 'r ..

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1,;..,.. .'e..4.. ...W.d....sd.... I1L.. W.r WIoy..Y ra01aea...i r4.,.. ._-....-Cerxs. Mow Accepting 'Applications :. \::
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LOST/FOUND FOR SALE 1wwad., 4.A .alma I

: SERVICES for ':
AND AD- Lon 2 Walker Dog, while FREE INCltSH, IWl Confederate : North Florida
>SE OUT ON ,ALL DING MACHINES POBJ and black and tan. Reward Jasmine $1.50.
,KBRIOti In lock. S3 a RENT Union County Times offered for return Call River Burch Trees $5. Norfolk Farmers Livestock Market, Inc. One Bedroom
& Two
:: : ird. Phone 496-2219 or 85 SW 2nd Ave, take 496-3341 or935.1451.2tchg Pines $3 Contrary (I'.... M..!HI..."...MI S .. U*..ClIp) : ApartmentsLAKE ,
:.:..7196.3143.Elul Butler Phone 496-2261 ton 1/30 1/27. Mary's Garden Sft 121.loCrosse. omkrM1)rK( ) $o7L...40i,.n. ", ,!.i
10/21 more Information. TIN 462-IS6I.Closed ,..tiirnitttilt unit m.iliit ........... .... I If
i ILl NOT Bo responsiblefor 10/1. REAL Sunday and Monday. Stchg l.i..mitt..- Hy 4 SMM. ..-- ..
any debts other than STORAGE SPACE FOR MNTlApproximately "beg 113.INDIAN r.w. nmu,.r.n-, *,.>iWMrBusiness .,. .................. BUTLER APARTMENTS
ESTATE --1"-( ) _
X W. 800 .
oy own. Rodney King. square
,V -3ichg' 1/27 2/3 2/7. feet, for additional Information NAUOAHIOE SOFA - .JS FAMILY YARD SAlll 410 call 4V6-226K TFN. LOOKING FOR a special Wesley Clrlls, 431.1090 or
SW 4th Av. Behind Trinity IS ACRES GOOD CORN plec. of property If I 4962281. atchg 1/27 2/3. I .
Baptist Church. Saturday LAND Or Ideal forv.getables don't hove It. I'll find It-Just 1t7 4X4 CHIVBXHETi Excellent Opportunity APARTMENTS FEATURE '"
oik...-JANE S. USHER condition. Takeover )
Jon. 29. from until. ItchgJ27. Midway com Convenience Store With GasForLeass "
.. munity. Call Ferryman REALTOR 496-2136 or payments. Call :
Oenlion 2S9.3207. TFN 4962903. .v..., "Your 496-3403 after 6 p.m. 2 Wan to wan carpeting Draperies ReMgerator ;

Will PAY CASH For your 1/20. Union County Realtor tin tchg!! 1/27 2/3. ': 'Stove *On-SIght Laundry facilities ,

"tiled mobile home. Ray 12X72 MOBILE HOMI FOR 3/26. Need ...-.'.ht dealer' with strong marketing skills.
"" RENTS Gard.n
"owed 496-3377. TFN 1/27. pot, Independent Exp.rl.nce Store currently company operated.
chicken pen and nice yard. .
No Dogi. Call 496-2842. Doxler Service beautiful Capital required for grocery Inventory.No Equal Housing ( '.
"-' INSURANCE B steps tee mere geed will er franchise..... High volume lecetlonevetlable I Opportunity .
I Itchg 127.Classfied I y the |ably the. hevr.No semeleiilais with Mary KeyCosmetics. I.. Lake Butter end Ita.... Rental 1 Assistance Available for those who qualify ,
Per com-
.fob too big or toe II. Call Collect Fred Powell
Work ...... call eel. ,,: ,
High Quality et pltmentery wi
160 S. Lake Ave.. Lak. Area Code SI3-S70-3030 : :
Butler 4963978. Complete Ads Reasonable. Prlcee. led Hene Teyler 496-3141

vlnsurance Service. TFN Get Results 497.1.... W42S-22s7 : -
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i Keystone Ads FN '*>g'g' >tf<g'<"*' '<>*s*> '<'< ,
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.................................. should Region submitted Monitor to office theLake your feelings or what you LEGION HAU.Sr-21. Satur.days' In Hlllcrest.. IBOO WOOD steel STOVE 12, M'Inch Inch welded street near ech ol..
Keystone Oaks Paradise Views say, birthdays come 7 p.m. and Sundays down $146.44 per month. squarecast Fenced yard W/W carpet
s 1 Steve Broadway i In writing and paid In advance Iron door. Keystone
anyway. Happy Birthday 2-5 p.m. Public' Invited.. 1/6 Phone 473-4058 or stove, refrigerator. First
t ; ; unless credit Is Pat Whlttemore, Feb 2 ((1)) 473-4367 after 6 p.m. 1/6. Welding on SR21 North and lost months rent plus
Choose from a wide selection of level or ; TREE SERVICE ;: already established with ,1/27 Itpd ALCOHOLICS Hnehg 473-3790 or 473.2994. $IOO deposit. $280/mo.

sloping V4 and one acre lots. All high and Removal : this office. ANONYMOUS Closed BEAUTIFUL LAKI GENEVA 1/27-2/3 2tpd Phone 431.ll1t 1/20 tin
well wooded. In a rapidly growing com- HELP meetings Monday 8 p.m. access S5.SOO,
'I munlty of fine homes. From $1995. i Trimming NOT BE HELD Open meetings Friday B $500 down, $71.'" per. FORRENTOFFICE bedroom mobilehomes,
: WANTEDCOSMOTOLOGISTl p.m. Alanon Monday 8 month. Discount on entire $135/mo. and up. Call
: *' Free Estimate: CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS p.m. All meetings at 10 acreas. One waterfront SPACE facing 473-2879 or 4751078. Lake
< LAKE HAMPTON OAKS : : TAKEN OVER THE' Licensed Educational Building Community lot. Call 473->11375. 1/6 Lawrence. Blvd. Next doorto Geneva Mobllehome Park.

I Make offer on each of three r.malnlngdov.lo :; 473-4732 TELEPHONE.Classified deadline Is full part time. Call Church 473-2790 or tfnchg Andrews Drugs Also 1/20 tfncha _._
: 475-2130. 1/6 tfnchg COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on several large offices for --
orl lots. 1 After 5 P.M. i Tuesday noon prior to Clinic.475.2211.1/27 Itchg Doris Hair OtfEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo comer of Lawrence Blvd. rent In rear. of .building, "!
: Thursday publication. due., fees or weigh In. and Flamingo near SM-IOO facing Flamingo. Call Richard's Roofing
I Large Tracts of Acreage '''Keystone Heights! Minimum charge Is 15 Open meetings, Tuesoy's, and SR-21 Intersection, 4733411. l6HnchaCOMPLETELY ( I. roofing*..palm', I
word. for $3.79. then 10 PERSONALSERVICES
7:30 4-separate office corn : FURNISHED
p.m. Community reef '
i |Mobile Home repolrs
.,....Licensed................(mured............:., cents for each word Church Educational', pieces; corner lot with entrances house on Spring Lake. 2BR *end root-'n.' |
e : Golf Course lots,,Vt to 1.6 Acre thereafter.: ._. Building.; Keystone on 3- idee of A/C $22S/me$300 I 'O$-2666' .
S Heights, 4732790. 1/6 'building. Owner financed ,deposit.Call 264-5334 after .o J
Always terms or discount for cash. Will Pearce CARPENTRY AND MASONRY tfnchg with low Interest rote. Call 6. 1/6 tfnchg u.--
WORK Building patios, liNGO lions Club across 473-4920 or 473-3411 1/6 LAKE GENEVA COTTAGE; 1 j
custom build to suit. Appliance Repair addition.. remodeling from high school. Tuesays, AZALEAS 25 cents,. all colors. BR,, furnished $!89/Mo. FOR SAll'FIREWOOD''
homes and tile work. Free S limit .
Early Bird 7 p.m.1; Regular( $ pet customer. and:
JACK COURTNAY & ASSOC. All Work Guaranteed estimates. Phone 473-4473 .7:30'p.m. Public 'Invited. Swan Crest Nursery, SR26 OFFICE SPACE.downtown '
.I during day. 1/6 tfnchg 1/6 tfnchcj. 2Vi mi. emit' of Melrote.. next to State Farm Blade Jade Oak
Inc.at AH 1.lnclu.l...Microwaves 178 TOVOTO PICKUFt Short Keystone Center, !! U3-4n2 after
Keystone Golf Course Serving Lake RegionMs box, 4 speed transmission SldO/Mor Keystone P.M."I 1
( ) 684-6174 Classified Ads AM/FM radio, GOOD Heights Realty' Inc.,

473-7060 Get Results Classfl1ed( Ads' CONDITION $3495. Call REALTOR 473-<4961.- 1/6 : ''' .:- ;..,i.,1..... ...........
.5 Get Results 473.2313. 1/27 Itpd tfnchg :1. .. ..1
_Realtor and State Certified Builder HnntlpvRedfearn's

Want to Buy Maker LIMEROCK Warehouse

.Starke Ads Con't 200AMII.lce.aI. 964-8849 BALIS.782-1172 1.000 p'. H.offkee.retall Lk.n..ditylid yng Ragan 10""'.0-. \ I

For Mobile. H_. Drolnfleld Rock Call t
Sculpture Nells Leading desk.100 h. I'a Fur'oel
,.1 964-7138 $35.00 .lldg..d.'IIISa.. .. off UWOI Nctrth. NuW...... .ft.t.II31 f. !))473-4340
I. Top. toil ScropBorkllmerock Ca11961-6291 MoI.USI I
P Cav..es : "' j

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1 TRUCKS CARS 'M '''0''''NON'''H'I ': NNN Nwf*'ra'N'.'.4NN.H" -4.w'' .n... .... .. HELP. 1WANTED.,"fo":p':'Vfl*.-,,''tL' "*".if IMSV" E ;3;, I:; IH' :;;;:)"g. '.aIj ..J'M \bh 'YyRepatrs l 'Df fcajar' ,

: Wanted 1 ... .. ..._ .... If"
4 HelpWanted ..... . .I //I 1> "bEeCMa19Iue1C0s'Sor'stno
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; 5 spd., radio heater experience wanted. Two weeks paid Scholarships evallable for school Teacher and day DENT Starting compensation American Log Homes aneeds Clay CoanUgBLsvmnc

'tB radio sliding rear win vacation (one week In July, on. week at Two Femal. unlicensed persons. ERA care attendant. Both guaranteed during creative' Individualto ....
Should call for appoint Phone 964-7914, Ksystses t,
dow whit. spoke tires, Bar Maid. Faulkner Realty 964-906SJ training. sell our 'log "homes In
I excellent condition. low Christmas), paid holidays, good health and CRUISE SHIP JOBSI Great Income ....nt. 9645232. apply In.. between 8 and 9 a.m. 1 I/20 this area. Applicant must 4OrricI I
I 'highway miles, $3400. Call d.ntalln.uranc., and earnings of $4.20 hr. potential. All oc person. 12/30 tin 2tpd 127COUPLI be .xperlenced In sales
: "fCollohan/ ) 879.1145 for production. W. live up to our promises.Applications .. Apply at cupations. For Information GOVERNMENT JOlla Immediate TO WORK on Egg. and have some knowledgeIn

Anytime! 12/09 tin taken 7-4:30 Mon.Fri. Garden Restaurant call ((312)) 7419780. EXT. openings Breeder farm near residential construction.
'I IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY $00 N.Temple Av. 21 JO. 1/27 2tpd 2/03 oversea and domestic Jacksonville. Salary and Send resume to P. O. Box .
JEEPS FOR $44 through the STARKE UNIFORM MFG. CO. $2O.OOO to $50000 plus a apartment furnishedColl 828. Dublin Ga. 31021. i

""I BUS rfacts" Government today?! Get Call the '.......................441.......E.....Brown.........!._....St................8O........... Mr. Robinson Get Classified Ads' year.Ext. 2729A.Call 13129317053., UNATTACHED 268-3721. 1/20 WOMEN tin 'to' BABYSITTER 1/20 2tchg IN 1/27 OUR HOME .

.9.12-742-1142, Ext. 609. Results-..' IP YOU NEED EXTRA take care of small motel 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday' SHOP
f 12/23 EOW 2/03 I ( MONEY willing to work. and some homework, thru Friday for five mos. J noweeK. .
I' 174 CHIVY. STATION HELP WANTED E.D.S. Avon needs you. Call 431-1853.ftchg 1/27 old Infant and five year oldoffer ....,...,
J ; Ramona Crapse, 7823068. -
: WAGON 4 cylinderft.door. school. Call 468-2220
-(, Air condition/heat. 1/13 4tad 2/03 '. after II p.m. Itpd 1/27 ..
I Automatic," transmission J 1 1.and Applications are now being taken for j, Construction Co: 1
radio. Runs good and ,
1(904)495.2S38DouBuilding ) -- -
great mileage. S9OO. Call 1 part-time opportunity supervising young r PHONE PHONE ..
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9647509. 12/30 tfn. sales persons for Florida Times. Union Contractor \. M4-N4-BOM 04-964-6477. SIP4Cf119WAYi4E'!! ,.'
173 FORD TORINO Station J hours. Working Quality B Economics Together
Must have
d.p.ndabl. "
$295. 4831580. Commercial S Residential ., ,
""1/20 Jtchg 1/27 1 1ft { transportation. itt w Su *.....Siiinfnii .. ..
... .. .. HEATINGS AIR' CON .
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CLASSIC I ItVAGONt Phone ** "** sis
,?? ,, I.,4. Led 4p
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.C. ed *EIFAftt
'''.5., P.B. Stereo, cruise AND LAND CLEARING; .
control. Very clean. $3895.. Gainesville Sun faLaO
Call 964-6815 offer 6 p.m. ? S'il'Hi'
"ttpd 1/27 l: --
1981 FORD PICKUP FI50. Route Carriers ROUTE 2. BOX Mi ESTIMATES. :; nvl

.,4200 take over payments.jiMavetasell ATTENTION: SNOWBIRDS. .STARKE. ri 20tl M.. I.JONES *,;."" bPE J '

964-5514after NeededFor De yew went to save i money en lot rant? I/7a4tp4V10 ((90.4') 964.8786
r.8 Itpd 1/27 .
y 166N"Thomp.onSt.
1153 DODGE. Pickup 4x4. 3/4 truck.ton. 6cyllnd.r. for MOtor ..... .. travel treliws' end"Stb wheel. --.

9647895. Itpd 1/27 StarkeLawteyRalfordAreas trailers (any .length). ,frf!'h.'. *LOVELY 1 88,, 2 Beth nearly-new. .home erf Mecres. $ leitt36
1971 FORD 3/4 ton 4..4.U.w < Water, sewege.garbage pick-up. mall koxei.'fnus; Solid bam, ever Vt the .lend In good pasture,
tires, and In good Musi hove rliable'cer end post cash bond.; Fill out ,cutting ....,. hs law monthly' ...... )yfX(.'i:iElac. the rest weeded. A fine, country. estate. for only TIME :
Must .... : application et Celnesvllle Sun,. 40B South Walnut meter and Phone. service evallable for, ._hlot' 122000. ,
l 6664. Itchg 1/27 1 Street Staike. Florida *TWO-3 BR HOMES near Old lewtey (Id. 8 Market "
171 PLYMOUTH WAGON 964-8170 Call 1-448-2912 % .\ *t. The choke Is yours I $32.800 Each. :
..Clean $350 negotiable. I irhGett. 378-1416 ..1P4! *24 ACRES Of) PRIME LAND, barn, pump. A well.. 3 bra, brick veneer, 1% bath, central WA
tall aftsr 5 7823321. fenced,
p.m. paved rood frontage. $42X00.
1966 FORD VAN 6-cyl., *Bi READY fOR SUMMER-iekefrcot lot. .IGO. carport, utHHy room and carpeting !

Standard trans... Nlc. ., GRAHAM ,AREA-Mobllo home end.'two ecres... on your let' :
Now Mobile
>..11008; 1972 Plymouth Renting Used Homes $2S00. '

(y door 6 cyl. Duster. Runs *BUILDING LOTS In Ita.... $3.000 with I .
good. $900 2 boats, C 2 Bedrooms owner ten.BROOKIR
& C Mini & 3
S motor and trailers, StorageHwy .. $3f,800.AKIA-3 BR, 11',4 BA block home with 3ecres :-130.500.00:

i W. .Ready.1305 Madison May be St...seen Starke.at 301 .S. 984-6020 'One full( year warranty 'r. j

'3 Phone 9645572. Itchg 1/27 Completely Reconditioned : -/ ", 984-6853 PHONE9648893; '
(bquk* it Conn SunU-KmvssU It tints)
1982 ESCORT Loaded. Tak.

1.: over 964.8490 payments.after 4:00.: Call 1/20 Locally]) Owned & Managed' John D. .Brown 2t Len hamp. Homes, 'Inc. ;

*'- 2tpd 1/27 24 Hr. Acctss You Lock tt Carry Key Home Center In lite. Starke. Florida
Neighborhood Properties, ; ;
V 1974 XL7 FOROt Runs good. ., .;,. t
:; Needs some body work. '"r';, REALTORS ''VA '11% A ;ia% AVAILABLE

4 3 yr.AKC.Reg.Warlock( Dobsrmans.breeding.1V& 6x12 '8 X .12. SR-U 473-3175 Keystone H ((904)9646231FLORILd4ND"REALTY ;. IF YOU UA FHA_

.A Beautiful' and Big. 825.25 $35.3010x12 _. -- ..r--. .
2 4682895. 4681919. Itpd" .NuNN44RN.n.rr

.V Si ST>Ol/27 MUST. Rebuilt SELLS engine VW runs'66 Beatle.good. '12 X 18 Curies Suzuki-Kawasaki of; Sttfke' .,. I :964-7700. Register =

i "' but no title S35O.: Cadillac '44.10. $78.75Longchamp \ !''Stalk. ,G fu l'E.Af
Inventory 393 N. Tempi Av.'r: '
*69 Coup deVllle. Leath. O! i i &',Gas306S. -. :
Broker GRI'
Vernle Odom
.._1.. A/C. Fully loaded 1981 RM125X. Price *1"*.M f. -
I rruns. $350; Toyota Corolla J. D. Jr ......:1".. ,.
front end Our Cost To You .' ..NowiaM.99 "". P
station wagon .' .. MY. 4 p I" .; :Thompson St.. t 964.651'
smashed... 18 RC engine, Save MRM125. I' ,,, : ..' ...
and transmission,, ex. HAMPTON ARIAS. "

<.11_"' condition. Bodyneeds ,'/ ? .... .. . 'WHO '20. Acres en graded road. Cesh to .mtg. payments. ,

> 'negotiable.repair.876 McMahon$400 o Enterprues Mf&itOB" A, Associates. Used .78 Engine Rebuilt ;Y/,. I ,?$1U. "........' (SASW6AUVPRKXOTw : 1 cQ'e C"9.t1i ': ,

Health Food,Storeon ,
next 301 to North. Itcho 1/27, Inc. M Accessories from 10% to sa% .ff; :> *....lOInf... fculWIng boo Country Club area Buyeneerboth.
Y If you have a Real Estate need give use cell.We are. Sissy Bars' Crash Bars Luggage mss' .. : For F2rpcB! < c ,
member of REINET listing' ; service' that give your AiCK ANO MOCK ..
{I FREE PUPPIESto property notional and International.exposure.Call. today Custom Seats Etc.w: ;,, ., 3 BR, f tiA home III nice area. Same fmerKfnfvINfstCEARfA ,& Wood Heaters
goad lame Mixed If you are LISTING or BUYING. ,WE ...'. to under sold JIlt Matoreyele.|....,.... : J ,i

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6'-4.l3: ,7'.4,76i ore APART.
starting at $100.00.
sweaters, shoos, clothe. BUI'S SAW SHOP Complete I WOULD UKI TO KEEP your ...s. 0:9"6.03: : r.99' |. Trade-In' welcome.Phone NOME PARK. Mobile MINTS. $125. ,One
all. (lies, baby It.ms. iharpanlng sarvtca, circular child |In my home by doy or "'7.62: ll'-S.J. Wmanufocturo. ......2'2. 61" tin home and tpocn for rant.Recreational bedroom. 964-8404. 1/20
Glassware, pots i pan, hand carblda, .Jacksonville. CORD OP OAK vehlcl.sw.lsonn 2tchg 1/27
hour. waek. WOOOi $79.
dishes; tapestry, chain Infants Cell tell .Phone .....2912.
heaters. mower blade fr..
hollow w.I_. lIv. a.5'arka. between Call 833-2776. 12/23 tin liNT A NEW BALDWIN
truck bumper, tires. frozen ground and bolonc.d. 1-800-342-2702.. 1/26 tin DOU81IWIOI 9/16 tinMOBS PIANO for REALTY
food casa, llva bait tub leave at Jackson and Laka Suiter.PIa ONE ACRE LOT St. Rd. 16W. TRAIttRi [ NOM[} FOR KENTl your child, only '
stereo set, ipeaken. and Supply In Storko Building ...,cctll 496-3731 ask Michael Cllhooly subdivision. Three bedroom, 2 bath. On. mile Iron Starka city; l22.SO/mo., plus small
much -... Coma Sea iov..f Heights Keytsono for. Koren.,,,1/20..1ILIMlI'O'AI't tchg 1/27 Facet hard rood. Aisum. VA available. llmln. CI_ Hwy. 16 W. moving chorge.AII. rant
lake V64-8I67
$ "This a That Var'.- or Butler, LSVEL.TUTORIN Well !septic tank Sailing 1/20 2tchg 1/27 Call 468-1323.10/07 rfn. and moving applies to purchase. J1l
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ty Shop" corner 16 and 301 SIWINO and/or plane letsoosby Will toke terms. KITCHENIFPIOINCYRoom Parramore Music' 964-7776
S...... Ph.'964-4029. MACMINRS. 964.5606. 10/07 tina 'desk, supply cabinet for rant at low Oak. Moll Gainesville. CfCfuan.WILLIU.
1127 Itpd RIPAIRIDi 'All ", ok.. certified' teacher.: V.rnSchmidt. ,I ACRES located facing Slots !'chain. Highway 301 South wkly ro'". Call Temple 370-3626. 11/1)) tfn 205 H. Temple, Stark

MO BIO YARD SAUt Frl. Y cl on.doll.d and ...- .....6774. Itpd.- Rd. 227. Irookan, Rd. ,at-.,..... 964-4669 '..5wookdoy. Motel ''''.7357. 9/16 MOBIL HOMI OVERLOOKINO -
lusted. $19. W.rk 1/27 114 SOO with larm*. .. 1/27 2tchg 2/03 EOW/lfn LAKE
Two ''couch. bads GENEVAt :3 BR,
IXPIRIINCIO 9645606. IRISH Come Florida -
10/07 UTTIR
PAINTIRr Puppies
dressers desk. guarantaad. Jama* CLEAN MOSIIR HOMES for IV4 Bath an canal I
wa....,. Two refrlgeraton.wringer Strickland comer Morgan Neat work 'Interior or eic- FIREWOOD, .....KM". SAlli Oakor brad reg. father. Swan'w..ks rent. On Hwy. 16 W. Close. overlooking lake Geneva. w. era proud la after. these beautiful and exclusive/
terlor./ Fr.. length 34" to old. $39.
bikes. Rd. end Hwy 16. estimates, 9646922. to Call I2OO properties to VOU-the
prison. 468-1313. discriminating.
tool 'lawn ..mowers TFNchg reasonable; 40t', prke 1/2 card $30. llchg 1/27 par month. Call _
and late of misc. 11_. 301 CHAIN LINK FINCb Install- prlcas with crop firewood. oak LATINO 10/07 tin.HOUSIKEEMNO. 378doy.. of 3764766everting * *
North at Hammond Road. .... Free estimate Handy, goad references. Call( pin. $10 truckload. Sun-or head. HENS 50 cams a and .1... *. 12/23 tin OWNER SAYS TO lat this mw. madam attractive
Itpd '/27PIIOA" Man Fence Co., owner '94-5177 Itpd. 1/27 hlna Ac.... W.., 16 Call. BIRD OOOiLemon Itpd 1/27 Ing roam. TV and Air. STUDIO APARTMENT, $210. home beceuse h. has to .be In Otala In SO days. Con:

SATUROAVi tight Tommy' Reddish, 964-8959. 9647699. Wa load for you Fro>a"' la goad pointer.ham. Underwood Metal 3 mils fI..,. last month r.'" plus neriy ...... S II. 1 BA flraplece.fully equipped. klfc
mile* south of Stark on tfnpd 982TYPlWRITER HOMESFOR between 9:30: a."'. to 2:30p.m. 782.3292.lip4 1/27 north ol Starke on cleaning deposit.' Utilities chen garage en a pretty, cleared ecra Best messy BI
SR-IOO Mon-Frl. 12/16 tin Highway 301. "" tfn lawn
Grocery), Call SALE QUEEN Site MATTRESS and extra. Call 964-7347 and
from 96. Itchg 127Motorcycle tha Office COASTAL URMUDA HAY. * * !
: Shop, 110 W. Good box 'springs. V.ry good. ONI TWO SIMOOM 5332157. 1/13 tin
Call St.. 5'0..., for detail: S1.79 par quality bala., largo M.I.bale Con-*, $$). 964-8498. Jtchg 1/27 APTIi Furnished. 1160 and ....-..AT RESTAURANT AEQUIPMENT -THE GOOD everiooklnB golf lalrways-lner elIIclent -

9645764. tin d MX M HOMIi, Den nor, 9645222.6 tfn 173 DODGE$ WINDOW up. Light and hot walorlurnlthad. for rant.Reasonable. House leeutllul Fully equipped sunny kltchee,
CLASS CUT TO OtOiRi workshop carport pecan FARM ICtUWMtNTi Mower VAMl AT. AC. FS, PIIIIH. $5O lacurltydeposit. I 96 .67U. nock "bar, family roam with stone fireplace.. Only 3yrs.
TS list 1981 Suiukl. Call Door, window., .'c. tree.. Garden spacaj air conditioner aejulpmant. 2._ paint. New tlr... 964-8071. Itchg 1J'13-Ifn old. AI.. custom drape. :!-car enclosed aeroo*.
964-7109 .. 94-7651 altar JACKSON BUIIDINO SUP.LY. *- ....?.!IOO. 4-So1O.. Itch ((9 MO compressor, 29 $195. Cash. Phone 1/27 ON klNOSUY LAKE Mobil., W/D. Delightful. and useful large Broenhewse which b
6:30.: Itpd 1/27 ....-607.. Orders also 1/27 ton) Electric motor, !W lipto 4734508. Itpd 1/27 3 M I ft IA Control heat homo. Control heot/olF hated and coo,.... Grow your awn hulls anal
--- taken In lake Butler OLUSTU. FLA. 3 BR, 2 BA an 3 "p. 1 Fa**.Steel' ........, PINE DICK for traitor home. and air. One 3'/i mi. conditioned yearly' lease.First vegetables. Belt al. all. -Own.r financed. Imeglnatlvaamenltle
WANTEDAXLIS .496-3079 and Keystone 4 S 4/10 ocr.CNA.. Wallis for chain, many _,.... 4x6 with step and rolling.Compare out of Stark on Morgan last month deposit for gracious living. S
4682266.1/136 2/17 at $300. Our . 2
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4734973. 2/26 tin carpeting. SEASON IHRIWOOOi S mil. Rood. $300 month. 1150.po.lt. required. No p.",
FAMILY HAIRDRSIONIRS 17521608. M MI. off price. $129 compl_. Flu 5332366. 1/13 tIn COZY CI NOME an Rd. 100 I. Selling price SSi.OOJ)
I TWIti 2 axles'-t- : Eoif, on Wilson Rood. |15 sheds and ....6912. ,Itchg
tI.... Wa pick-up. $100 ,Ocean Pond. 1/27 2rchg par' Mldt. ....-.990. 1/2O cypress house. priced for the dog 1/27 FOR SAL OR RINTi I.. 2 with a mortgage el appro.. S32.000. Ma. pay. S413 W-
You deliver, $125. Ollns; 144 W. Colt St. 2/03: 2tchg 177AROINTINA _Modo la order.poor Sea I IN TOWN Throe bedroom. 2 BA, Don, work.hop.chain eludes tones end Insurance. 3 SR. I';'., BA. i I

Mobile Homo Sal.*, Hwy. 966-730 IAHIA HAVI' Mike next to Plna Hut on full bath, central heat/air, link. $350 mo., first, * * 3 ,
Opart BUSINESS Highly rertlllied. J. M. Edward -. last and 964-M10. FOR A .FmCIOUS FlW-Vaur heart will.boat boson a*
100 .
W Stark. ....5606. 301) North. iKhg 1/27 dishwosh.rh I security
TFchg |T.W.8F. Ml 8,38Thurs. OPPORTUNITIES *,'964-9379.' 1/2041p4 AKC COCKER SPANIEL. Pup- washar/dryar, garbage' Itpd 127FUINISHIDI you view Hampton lake. from this lovely custom brick:

WANTED. BUY SH.VIR .. II AM HI 7 FMSat. 16 2/10.FT. CHfCKMATI BOAT p.... 933-2779 altar 6 p.m. disposal celling fan. Large : SR MOJSI'tomatura "home with 112' .o the leke by ISO S I.. 3 BA.
COINS I t AM HI $ ", beautiful drape, all appliances, attractive dock].
196 and elder. '$ and 139 ha Johnson motor. WATER SOFTNIR for sol.. storage room on one acra. coupla with
Sterling. gold or gold .Iliad.'J. App.latms.taNet 'I BUSINStSFOR 1 SAlliSuecossful $4,000. P.,Information. BRAND MIWI with $400 par mo.. $290( ,. references. No pet. $300 manicured lawn, paved driv.w.y and w.lh. X-c.r

R. Bulllngto, 964-6290. Always Nacenary. clothing stora with call A. R. Howard '...po.sl 2200 gram. $ by-/ deposit. ,Call',, ,.... 972., .par month plus electricity. enclosed garage. Owner financing.Oriented ta relegation
'; 11/11 tfn 1 i/7tfn .' -ri"" 'mlnlmurpInvestment.. 964-6898. 1/20 2tpd 1/27 Negotiable, will Install. Itchg 1/27 First and last month rent and hospitality.
OLD TOOLS-OLD STANLIYPLANUi ,CUSTOM ',..... SERVKESfBulldozing ,ld..t lor, man and wife CMCKCNHimUZiRi.7Vii ml, M1 ;783-3922 Itchg 1/27 ,' plus security deposit. * * |
Phone'964-8331 E land clearing. Will train. Reply ta P. O. South of Starka on Rd. 100. Classified Ads Available. Jan. 15. COLONIAL CHARM-Truly Southern Living at ate
'...... to S,.m.or 468-1991 plowing;, disking' grass Drawer AI '10"' .. Florida W. load. Fhono'473-4508.; WALKER HOUND 9649414.202tchg.* U27 ultimate .basil Impressive .brick an 1.7 acre hiprestigious
: 1/20 tfn planting spreader truck 32091,1 1/202tp4 I271,1.' -PUPS Get Results 'ON HALL LAKE One-Two Country Club or_. A.sumable' mortgeo
WILL PAY UP TO'I aNTS .s.rvic., '.rtlll.., 'lima,' I OWN YOUR OWN Jean 180 AMP. UTIliTY POLl for bedroom hou... $200 of S40.000 at 1%,". Double fireplace(LR I FR) enclosed
each for certain pint |Ion.", ,seed, dolomite. Call Sportswear, Infant 4 hailer hook-up. complete,. $50 each month first and lat 1-car garage. Fenced beck ,..... Perfect .Wend. of
,ltd not nacascary.Wa pick Protean or Ladla* Apporal SIOO: fleet. hot water !/1 Bull dog......", vlt.g natura and luxury. I
Homer ,
'' 9644029. Hart 496-2093, 1'_. Offering all *fiallanally ,;S30.-laurel water security: depoiit.
'up. Itpd 1/27' ''11I} 6n3RADFORD"TEPTK. condltlanar ".oo.CoU, 473-2578. 1/20 tfn * 0006 -
known brand unit SlOOi; 600 "I. '
USED RIPAIRA8LI I SIRVICIl such a* Jordocha, Chic.' >wed cement block, dean. 4U-142 ., 1 BR FURNISHED APT. Heat THI .PERFECT CENTLEMINS MINI-UTATI-Speclou r
WASHeRS air cendU Residential pump-outs, Lao, .l.vl. Vanderbllt. ....--964-8813. Itpd 1/27 and air. Call 964-5876 after brick home 2760 .... ft. set on S acre (mans acreage.
loners and refrigerator 155.._ also Calvin HAY FOB SALE Roll or 6 1/71 available), llreplace. 10... ..-'" bock perch with
relay drain- Klein p.m. Itchg
... Wrangleraver
.51149. 1/27 2tchg 209LOSTFOUND 'Realtor*
Alicia. $20 par roll.Call Arthur CoastalBermuda bor-b-que pit .burgular alarm. Intercom /._:
line*, ...-.121. 11/18 tfn 209 other brand. :2 II MOBILE HOMI on Grlf-'
S7.90O Gaskms, 782-3727: or Hay HondyMort Special II water softner. Assvm. SSB.SOO mtg. an hornet SV.OOO! :.
WANT TO DRINK* to (16,900 Includes Loop. First, last ond
THATS YOUR BUSINESS beginning Inventory air Randy 1/203tcha2/O3'Gaskin' 9646167. '0004'u.llty.. larga. 2, 8R. !/t Ac. let deposit. No 1'.".9648816.Itpd mtg. on land. On. the premisei-traller hook-up,well;

WANT TO STOP? fare for ana ta Fashion l ONI SIAR WASHIR $50: bar*.,,11.71 per' ......," ".200 1/27 septic and alec.: C
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LOST. GRAHAM ARRAS Tan THAT'S OURS Canter, training, fixtures, on. refrigerator. $100. .M.L. Conner IN SMALL COMMUNITY,Two i
grand opening Ned Calemon. GrHfl. .Excellent Buy bedrooms -OAZZLINO VIEW for beautiful _pi.. 90' en popular
pit bull, white marking. Alcoholic Anonymous9444ISC promotions. Loop ....222 study, one
oar and tall cropped. 64-8434 Call Mr. Kostecky at .on :3rd St., 11 house on f Lovely 3 SR. Horn en ti bath. Shaded lot with Klngsley L..... Immaculaf..brkk. duplex. which coule" !
Reward ....-.580. 1/20 964-6894 ((501)) 327-aan.: itpd 1/37 right. 1/20 2tpd 1/27 Ac. Flu lot .In country. Excellent garden space prefer alder eosslly be made 1 Into homo with 100 sq. It. p1.4.erean.dpenh.
2hg 127FOUNDKull MOTORCVO.R TS XSOl, 1911 MOBILE buy at 125,500.II couple Same furniture Included Tranquil living "
....' ayth bad NEED HELP TO 11/25 CLEAN 13 tpd PIONEER I Sunukl. Call 964-71OS >_ HOMES .,.. ,u i ",.'-"' 'I'_.. .". """ ....: :::: '> .._tb. rmU child.young No coupleT. poll ...r.. ... shelter. ,' >!n "1'1"; '"' J
up %4.7651 after 6:30.: Jtp .. fl.IUS * *.
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'. fOR SAtE- Itoeti of land TIC. IIICIIIOI'HIITlCATION-IoI".. SM.eOO
'fII6.4"Itch J/27 11 : and 1100 .price
n Wa will do It far small lea TrolUrPol' .Sp.clal' TWO PECCTIONAL security deposit.
-. 468-2249. 1/27 with 134.000 aisum. mtg. al S /4\. Owner will take
''or' stuff wa haul COUCH beige: largestcouch Itchg
MISCELLANEOUS 9646279. Call away, 200AMP$2SODeHvared over 6 ft. long. 21" .htn. 3 bedroom '2 Commercial Property an ROOMS Nlc. and neat Air, back 2nd mtg. Croat privacy' In five Oak near Country
anytime or AwywbereI. bath Hwy, 001 Club. 3 BR, 1 SA. Fireplace ,.. PR. landscaped.
Zenith TV _..... Male.off.r. .' heat and TV. S4O and Nicely
coma by 436 N. Path St. Bradford County expando llvingreom. ... upper -
Sea al 535 W.
_k. Call 9601.9992. .
Kll TO GOOD HOMIi One 1/27 tfn Madison. Hchfl f/27 fireplace' and' entral air. Old Homo'. Restaurant. ask for * * -
white bulldog puppy. Hall SIOIMC71 1818 FRANKLIN FIREPLACE Largo) Must se, many extras. ,155.000 3/17 Peggy. 177tpd SOUND INVESTMENT en Cypress St. Ideal family CB
engllsh. M pit, modal, all cast Iron. $150: ".000. "73-7502. 1164tchg SMALL homo lor the good life. 4 BR, :t SA. flreploco, :2 well
782-3120. Itchg 1/27 Christian Voman $I.q I.r kora.' _.'* Mater liar '. 904 782-3331 HOUSli Partially 'urnl.h.
landscaped lots. Make time for .n old timer for true
PUS TO OOOD NOM, ",... .. Kara for chlMrerfI IN her ......... 121 weal, with Hoar swoop $200. .O4 78t-38... MOM .... Adult, no' pet, Southern Living.CHARMLOVEtY. .
I ... hod""" ........I Call 9647648. 1/27 tin ....-77f11. lip Greyhound f.mal. 21 .mstiTACpJfti .. .. .. elf IOI'' Classified Ads P.O. .-r "M" .

mo. old. All shots given.1/27 Ids 127. WEDDING, ., 8, DRISS Mis*. AND$.... VIlllSli. Call Get Results 301 S.;L__., Classified Ads SITTING shado..., nk.law. In a
Coil 495-1174.: : llchg 9641c '13I: 961.6341'sic lay Vicki. Get Results great location on Bessent Rd. 3 SR, I BA CH/A with

.L.:.... ,..._ I carport. Separate covered mufti-purpose .building.
Only ......700. Financing ev.llabl. ;
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""" .. ,2.000 Sq. Ft. Building rOn lawn, flowers, productive .0....... :3-c.r cerporf'A
Jl.... W1hCi rl US-301 South touch of Class for SM.SOO with SIO.OOO dawn. Owner

Call 9646020MOBILE : financing. ;
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'" \", yt-, A millionaire's comfort for S1IO.OOO. BR. :X BA J
(matter BR IS'.J5') with 3% car .-.. on L"" lake
C u._HOt, .fY1Q too miuLJ! or too loUfjitFret HOME Santa F.. Gu..' cortege with roughed. In bothroemi;
Esttmitrs W Al Jobs, Burgular alarm telling to.... fireplace, lot of closets.
SERVICE POLEStO.O' Fruit t.... Have ta see ta appracletel.
ga\1\Jrs Today V*,,Sb0 How Much! We CM Save Your 4MPIStt.OO ** I

on "THAT SPECIAL HOUSi"-l cHlng skylights largo
Rome RepaIn js.43ERA .. Tools family room for gracious living and enfartelnbng. with f

it4 SS78. Keinotleli 200 AMP snack bar/attractive' kitchen, separata dining. NO....
: or ZS I flpi.C.1II 1 / sunlit 'living room. S BR. :X BA. Inargy' efficient brick
rlf. with enclosed garage. L... than :2 ps..14 on aver an
Aniftltne468rr87 I. IL -.... acre of land at Country Club Estate*. A........ appro:

$ t : Waldo !'. -prinder' e Wrencha. Sockvlt' SS2.000 mtg.....LTOIIAUOCIA'.oIIom.HOUSSWA I

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:FAULKNER f IAIReQ Air' Compressors-Drill Pr*.s.* a r5AH01.s.5w.d.ww.N.5.1. I
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I f I'' Hiiight S Sentenced eatfa 'bvi d"J deel( lnmi, .ji'. ]...; mO, iSti.bbih:: ,

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; There wasn't enough seating space said the.. visitor was turned, away Assistant State Attorney Thomas 11'I'driven to a rural area and shot to Death Row inmate, eveu though: 'the '".':rights that are afforded every idetendant
in the Bradford County Courtroom for because Knight had refused to shave, M. Elwell said "It's been a long twQ 4 death with a submachine gun. state had sought to keep that In a criminal trial In the United
the uniformed correctional officer a rule for Inmates receiving visitors. and certainly In our opinion v, While awaiting trial. Knight knowledge from the Jurors to avoid ,States. }:
:: who came to hear Judge Chester B. In a nine-page order, : justice has been done in this case and ': escaped from the Dade County Jail' possible prejudice. When Knight was In his order last Thursday Chance1
Chance order the death sentence for stated "There was no evince that we're hopeful that his Judgment and and was later wanted for questioning/ scheduled toile tried l.stMay,Circuit, described Knight as' parentiy
Death Bow Inmate Thomas Otis the victim provoked the defendant in sentence of death will be carried out In the death of a Georgia store clerk.; Judge Wayne M. Carlisle. declared a physically! mature and with at least
Knight last Thursday, Jan. 21. any way nor is there any indicationthat swiftly."This. Having been placed on the FBI's 10. mistrial/ during the Jury selection process average intelligence without Impairment
I' Knight, also known as Askarl Ab- the victim was aware that he was them third person be has killed Most Wanted list Knight was recap when it was learned that some of the reasoning process.''
M dullah Muhammad, murdered correctional about to be attacked.Burke was stabbed and a fourth person that be tured In Florida,where state officials prospective 'Jurors had read a "Tho court after' weighing the ag
officer Richard James in hill view of another officer who Is charged with killing while he was, refused to return him to Georgia. newspaper that perhaps pertained to'' gravating and mitigating cir
Burke in lien at Florida State Prison. was prevented from coming to the on escape In Georgia' dwell said Knight was sentenced to Death Row Knight as a Death Row inmate. cumstances finds that sufficient ag-
Knight was convicted last Octoberof victim's aid by the security system at adding that he hoped Chance's decision in 1975 for the murders. From that Judge Carlisle withdrew, from the i gravatlng circumstances: exist to re
first-degree murder In the FSP" would generate interest Ur Urn until he killed Burke, Knight had ease at that time. quire the imposition of the death
death of officer Burke,who was kill Burke was repeatedly stabbed witha Knight's previous death sentence received 23 disciplinary reports for Judge Chance was very patient penalty." ,
as he opened Knight's cell door to sharpened spoon handle while "and put him at the head of the clasa" misconduct: : according: to prison with Knight during his murder trial Knight, Askarl Abdullah Muhammad '
escort the Inmate to a shower room at another officer watched helplessly among Florida Death Row Inmates records. Gov. Bob Graham' signed 'even though Elwell questioned the .Is sentenced to death by elect
the end of the Death Row corridor. from behind a locked door.Because of "KnTgnt was convicted In 1974 of the Knight's death warrant In 1981 but he relevancy of many of knight's questions. trocution." -
Prison officials said the motive for FSP's Death Row security: procedure, murders of Miami millionaire Sydney won a stay from a federal judge. Elwell also objected to Knightrepeating burke was the first correctional officer
Burke'i murder was a denied visit. a third officer had the key to open the Gans and his wife,Lillian.The couple Knight's trial last October was an, : questions that already had killed at FSP since It opened in
Knight was upset that day and had door. Both of the officers later was abducted from their Bay Harbor "exercise: patience" according: to been asked witnesses.. Judge 1961. Since Officer Burke's death all
earlier threatened to "stick" someone testified that Knight was the only inmate Island mansion and driven to their dwell. Knight conducted his own Chance often advised Knight to ask inmates at FSP are handcuffed when
became he had been denied a outside his cell and in the vicinity bank where Cans was forced to. defense during the four day trial and relevant'questions. Elwell said the they are moved front their', cells! for ,
visit, one officer testified. Officials of the incident. withdraw 50000. They were then .promptly let the Jury know be was a trial was a true example of all the_ !any reason. '

. FSP Inmate Garv Gilvin Sentenced to 30 Years for

_n_ ___ _. Attempted" Tuner:

Florida State Prison inmate Gary years when he was sentenced to an the cell area be was stabbed in the really}felt good for the sake of the correctional the area since the" Incident just l larceny In Orange County, 15 years
Lynn Gilvin was found guilty of at- additional 30 years Nov. 1981. At that back by GUV I. officer, who was doing a waiting for the trial" said Gontarek. for attempted first degree murder
tempted murder by a Bradford County time he was found guilty of attemptedfirst The defense presented by Public food Job for that wing..The Inmate'' GDvui'Is. serving 'a fife prison years for stabbing another Inmate, 15 _
Circuit Court Jury Jan. 23: and degree murder in the stabbing of Defender Steve 1>eLuca. never was after him for that reason. sentence for/robbery In Indian River plus 3ft years for attempted first
sentenced to additional 30 years. an inmate FSP. Gilvin did not stab Hosaek onto; that Hosaek. who Is no longer with the County, 80 yean for robbery In'Semlno degree murder in the stabbing of
Gilvin was charged with attempted October 22. 1981 C.O. Hosaek was Gilvin was not able to differ right prison system, has had remain, In!.. County,five!years for grand, Inn.'ate. an
murder In the first degree in the stabbing showing several new officers the from wrong due to his living coaoV "
of Correctional Officer routine on third floor of Q-vding when tions. After hearing testimony from
Frederick: Hosaek: in October 1981. he was stabbed by Gilvin. Hosaek had Drs. Barnard and Carrero and Or.
given Gilvin a broom to sweep his cell Lennon the Jury decided Gilvia was
Judge John J Crews sentenced which he did, but all the while Gilvin guilty as charged.Assistant '
Gilvin to an additional 30 years to be was aUedgely taunting the officer. State Attorney John Jq 83
served consecutively.: Gilvin was serving When Gilvin handed the broom to Gontarek said the verdict of the Jury Ranger Pickup Sale
a life prison sentence plus 50 Hosack and Hosack turned to leave was what he.thought it would be. ".

. Wolfred's Insurance License RevokedState

L'I FOR I I. .
Insurance commissioner Biu According to the office of the state remit to the Independent Life and Accident -. ASKED .
Gunter has revoked the license of a Insurance commissioner, Bruce Insurance Company. An auditof yOU :
Starke Insurance agent charged In an Franklin Wolfred allegedly collected his accounts, conducted: : by Independent -
administrative action with 'misappropriation small monthly premium payments Life,revealed shortages of
of funds. from area residents which he failed to $477 before commissions due Wolfred

were applied to that amount.
After these violations were brought
It ,to Gunter's attention an' administrative 30 'Units'Al11vlrig
was ,a good seasonat complaint was filed

against Wolfred who was granted 21 Daily
days to respond to the charges: and request ,
Camp BlandingSeasonend a hearing.When he failed to respond -.
,Gunter revoked his licenses and
hunt totals for a brisk general season at the Camp Blanding eligibility to hold Insurance license
management area showed that hunters looking for that big buck stood about a In Florida, according: to a. press
1 in 100 chance of taking down a deer during a day's hunting at Blanding.For release from the insurance commissioner :
this year's general season (Nov. 13 to Jan. 6) Blanding had a total of .
30,232 hunter days, with 276 deer killed 38 hogs,62 quail, 1,028 cat squirrells, Blanding Applications,
and 11 fox squirrels.
I That's a ratio of about 109 nunt 'man-days" for every deer taken. As Blan Now Available I. .,, .,' '

ding resident manager Jim Garrison pointed out, that doesn't mean only 1 in Applications for' the 1983 Camp
100 hunters bagged a deer this year. Many of(he busiest hunters were counted Blanding Wildlife Management Area
many times in that total of 30,232 hunter days for the season. And we've heard spring gobbler hunt are now' d
,: of a few.who dropped S or 4 bucks during the season. available., "
Total yearly counts for the season Including the archery and muzzle'
loading hunts were: S2e&3 hunter days, SIB deer and S3 hogs. JThis yearfour hunts'will be held
58 of those Beer were legal does taken. .: ,, on April 4 fc 5,April"a*7 April M It 19
"The hunting pressure was up and the deer kill was up over last year,"Garrison and April 20 fc 21, Art Stockta.
wildlife for :
said. "For the general hunt season last ;year only 208 deer killed, an4, and biologist Fresh Water Out 'Florida'Games .
23,800 hunters. Including muzzle-loading we had 246 deer last year." Fish Com
He said t', too early to tell whether next year will be as prosperous for area S ,
Stockle said a maximum of S3 ,
hunters as this one was. .i 1,
"There's always some fluctuation, it's hard to say what will happen next hunters will be allowed for each two ayments ."
year" he noted. The fawn drop between now and next year will have lot to day hunt during the Apr 4-7 period "I ft< 1-/ ':
do with it. There's no reason to think that next year won't be good though." and 18-21 65 hunters. per hunt for the Apr *15506 ,, J, ,.
Blanding hunting will be closed until April when the Spring gobbler season period.Persons '
J will be held. Anyone Interested in hunting then should get their applications wishing to appIT.may r&. :- $' :'
for the drawing through the Game Commission office In Lake City. Applications quest an the per ,month -
will be available at the end of the month. regional office in Lake City at 48 mo at, 11.9V. 95 Down
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Obituaries.. .. .- 3' ", ..r, JIi: .1 U

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Joe Sullivan Wilson P. Harper Doris Cole Sr. '
Joe M. Sullivan, 74, of Waldo, died Wilson Perry Harper, 79, of Providence Doris Cole,Sr.,73,'olStarke died In'the .Close Out on All 1982
Jan. in Pickupsat
Monday evening, 24 Bradford : died Thursday Jan. 20 in Veterans Administration Hospital
Hospital following a long illness. Lake Shore Hospital w Lake City in Lake City Tuesday Jan. 18,,following > .
Born in Waldo, Mr. Sullivan was a after a brief Illness. "
lifelong resident of Waldo; was a Born In Lyons, Ga., he moved to a brief illness. ; 1,1.gi/o rates! Make us 'an offeron
retired construction: worker and wasa Florida 35 years ago,was a retired Born In Eustis, Mr. Cole moved to' j .
member of the First Baptist Church automobile mechanic and was of the Lake Butler early In life. He moved to I V
of Waldo. Starke 13 years ago. He was a retired : '
Survivors Include his wife MadgeL. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. carpenter and was a member of the ally 1982 Pickup' fJf'; Escort
Sullivin Beach one son, Bobby Sullivan Alice Beatrice Clyatt of Providence; Church of Christ. ;:
of Vilano ; two daughters, Mn. one brother,Jerry Harper of Fernan- He is aurvived by his wife,Mrs.Eva i ,
Era Lou Weisner Waldo and Mrs. dine Beach; three sisters Mrs. Agnes Conner Cole of Starke; three i
Margaret Ann Wadsworth of Hampton Kirkland and Mrs. Sally Nettles of daughters, Mrs.: Mildred Renfroe of : upon acceptance; payments tiN.i f
; three sisters, Mrs. Hazel Fernandina Beach and Jessie jiarper Davenport Mrs. Dorothy SherrUl of ', : .
Sparkman of Jacksonville, Mrs. of Georgia.\ Starke and Mrs. Joyce Morris of Lake!, '
Lucille Moody of Gainesville and Mrs. Funeral services were held Saturn City; two sons,John Cole of San Jose, '
Dossie Brooker of Waldo; ten grandchildren day. Jan. 22, at 2 p.m. in Old Providence Calif. and Doris Cole, Jr. of Starke; : 'March ,at:, 1'1.go1 ..
and one great grandchild. ,
Baptist Church with Rev. one brother, ,Cecil Cole ofBrookivUle j -
Graveside services were held on Ronald O'Steen officiating. Burial ;; two alsterBJ.Mrs.. Eva \ "
Jan. 27, at 2 p.m. In the Waldo ,was in Olustee Cemetery with Archer Snellgrove of Miami'and Vera Cole of i
Cemetery with Dr. Nathan Boles of- Funeral Home of Lake Butler in St. Louis Mo.; 14 grandchildren and -(,
ficiating. Jones Funeral Home of charge of arrangements. ,13 great grandchildren/ '
Starke was in charge of '
ar- -

rangements. AI1' 1983 Pickups Bronco's. '-, -' :

Ruby M. Blanton A ,
Ruby Mae Blanton, 79, died Tuesday .,'
In North Florida. Regional Mull Mlle ; for 11.9
Hospital. i Vani""Rnors'" ',qualify 'f %: )
Born in Madison County,she movedto "
Gainesville 23 years ago from : 'iitll." !. \ ,
Alachua. She was a member' the Iiel'.J :financing 'iand Until Feb. 1- You
39th Avenue Church of Christ upreme Stee :, .
Survivors include seven 'sons, ,
Robert Blanton of Dallas" Ray Blan 'PlyPolyesteSizi Belted Tires '' '

ton of Bamberg W. Germany, FET ,Prle SIZE FEY Pries :%t.. :,may purchase any' of'these, :Unlts'for$8
,Quindel Blanton or Plantation, S.J. P16S1aOD13 1.53.21.'S P19988H13 11.59 '40.88 j ; ,
'I : .
Blanton of Lake Butler Bethel C. ;
47.861 ,
30.88 "
P11S175D14 2.18 2.36
Blanton of Gainesville, Leon Blanton :)
of Alachua and Cecil Blanton ofWeatherford. ,21S175D14 2.38 '39.88 P21575B14 ,2.62 '55.88 :
Tx; five daughters, I P22S/75014 2.81 '37.88 P20S79X19 '2.61 92.88 ::1 1'1' 3aiJ ;over Invoice
Ruth Keene of Mathis. -Ts.r Evelyn P2197SD19P22V79D19 2.46 '36.88 P21979JM9 2.79, '54.88 : ,
Belisle of Lima,Ohio,Louise Stocktonof usa '37.88 P22975R15 2.9S '96.88 I
Greenbrier, Tenn., Margaret P235/73015 2.96 '40.8S'AHg"ment P2397SA19 3.09' ;61.88. t. I, Jhrt'a: 'right t.,, $3 ovw 'Ifwtfce"In ::1983" .- '" !

I Whitaker of Newberry, England, and iI Jett. another ,of saying ask S to'i ''
Joyce-HolUngsworth of Gainesville; ; way ; our,customers.faj ,.", : 'I
four sisters, Jenny Flowers of Dade Tires ..,
City 'Hazel Veara and Verda We Have RV .
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Williams, both of High Springs, and ,..
Truck '
Audrey Thomas of Pembroke Plans; $91"8 MM. )c..1 1t1 for; Your w ; ; : I
two brothers, Henderson of I I I
j Emery tltM TERWILLEGAR" ,' ,
of I ,
Ocala and Norman Henderson I r "
Hollywood grandchildren and 39 CHA GE EM 4 : "::! f I
great grandehiidren.l
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: We wish to thank everyone for their "" .MoroRst', I
prayers! sympathy and all kind: deeds REPAIRS I .(,} ,P','.', I
dUr'tnI.the Joss of our mother. A ," < : : ,.'.
special thanks toRev.. Roman Til I JES & SERVICEirk. I' ;; ,: , :

!Ij emergency Alvarez. Rev.room Frank staff and Starling especially the n.te. ( usualformerly:Stc.: .t liestone)) 964-6436 tl 306,W. Madison Street *""'" Corner' of"US 301 & Madison ,St.
the EMTs and paramedics at Brad- ... ._ .: I'" ,'".'1 QfiA-72fti' -. .:..",.'' ',
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