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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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A week. of fairly balmy weather ended Thursday+ morning with lows ,' I V r .
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During the week Jan,, 27 through Feb. 1, morning( lows rangeJfrom the SECTION .' (\\<
mld-40'i to the law 50's with a mild M degrees Wednesday morning. NWIdltoriol..<::. .. .. . .,....''j4. "
Fringe effects thunderstorms moving east from the Gulf Coast were ... j.k, . ..f... r
,felt here Tuesday night with 103 Inches of rain recorded in Starke and 1.3 1oc1.1.. .. .. . . . .f.......*. :/:
Inches at New River fire tower on SR-100 west. Ip.,...,........:* .:
Tornadoes were reported in Hawthorne, Mlcanopy, and Orange Park. L.s.is, . . . .:.I...... U' '; ;'
High winds caused soma structural; damage and uprooted trees In J:\.
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County'*January rainfall averaged 3.S Inches, compared to a Oilltu...... . . . .'."""- ,II} l The Sweetea# Strawberries This Side of Heqven104th
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The fow:.day forecast, Friday through Sunday, is for mostly fair, dry, News BrM. . . . ir.B.'M ,;i Year STARKE, FLORIDA t3 Cents Copy

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:""City Utility Rates on Wi. y-iJp to Finance Bonds II



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New Sewer, Water Electricity Rates



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It came down to it Monday night,Starke city com-

,Propos water and sewer rate Increases were cut by missioners decided to keep utility rates as low as possible
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paying off its upcoming $3 million bond issue. '
half in a special workshop meeting of the. Starke City Com-

mission on Jan. 31. So,In the end the consumer won out In the short run with
To qualify for a $494,000 grant, front the U.S. En- h' z } the 20-year payback the council chose. Millions could have
vironmental Protection Agency to 'Improve the clty'. k'1 been saved In interest payments if the council had chosen
,sewage treatment system* the city had to comply with a to greatly increase sewer, water, and electric rates.
; requirement for a rate structure An ordinance outlining a,
rate structure was passed by the commission, but that ordinance -1 "We may have to raise the rates but no more than Is ab-
I has been re-examined and the rates have now solutely necessary," said Mayor Vernon D. Silcox, "The
1 been lowered. length of time is not what we are concerned with. We are
Base charge for water for both residential and commercial ii concerned with the rates that the people are going to haveto
customers will be '$8. The base charge for: both __ live with."
residential and commercial customers for sewer services City Clerk Nell Tucker had laid out all the options. The,
will be $8. But new volume charges are been added to .$ council has been wrestling with the decision on the lengthof
.residential; rates and increased on sewer service. the bond issue, for that will control the amount of interest
paid out by the city.
Commissioner Jimmy Crosby pointed out that "if 1
Sewer Rates
New Starke Water Starke experiences the same growth rate over the next ten

Based on up to 1-inch: .Water Meter years as it does now, then all those future businesses will
be here to help pay off this bond Issue. Let's drag this
RESIDENTIAL/ CURRENT: NEW thing out and let them help pay for It" since they will
benefit from the Interconnection, too.
.:, Water5,000ga1..r$5.00 $7.00 ,f .. rp. The bond issue will finance a parallel electrical interconnection -
I, Water 10,000 gah .. .6.75' $8.00 ; t rwOWt JJt 4,' with Florida Power & Light, giving the city

; ,Sewer Service: : 5,000 gal. < .$S.OO $110.0Sewer'Seryice,10,000 ,.. a ability to draw from any source willing to sell it at a profitable
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.$g.00 $12.30 AI' price the city. And, the bonds will help pay for
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inefficient because too much ground water goes through it
New water rates effective next: month for both commercial
residential will be a $6 base'charge .-, : r,. .... ,.. and the treatment is too slow.
I' customers The payment plan chosen by the commission will mean
plus 20 cents per iooo gallons of water used. That that payments will be made over a longer period of time,
'. will cost a 5,000 gallon user $7,. an increase of $2 per but that the payments will not be as high.
I' month. The old rate was $S base for the first 5,000 gallons Talk was Tuesday night as the hours wore on that electric ,
,I plus 35 cents per 1,000 gallons after 5,000 gal ,'-d",I', rates will be Increased no more than 3/4 of one cent
: A 10,000 gallon user will now $1.25 more month, "
pay per
, per kilowatt hour. A penny would raise $350,000 per year,
or$8 instead of$S.75. A 15,000 gal. user will pay$9,up from.. t, pointed out Clerk Tucker. '
'$8.50.A 20,000 gaL user will be $l1.25"up from'$10. Commissioner Jimmy Crosby advocated going throughthe

New sewer service rates have the Same base charges, A budget to see what can be cut out. He had other com-
according to water,meter size.:Commercial customers 'tnj f ,
,id +'1'. tr missioners listening,but no one committed to cutting cur-
I I will be charged 48 cents per 1,000,gallons,' of watery.and 7 rent expenditures.
I residential customers 43 cents. "Will you second my motion on the cuts that I can find,"
Residential users have been paying a flat $6 per month Crosby asked Commissioner Bobby Biggs after thetneet.lna
for sewer service. Now that a gallonage charge has been :"Ill have to see what they are first," replied a

' i .a: :added into tha" .,rate*tttlctptret. they,, will. I ,, see t ,a large, -i- Uv: suddenly serious Blaga,who ran(or the council ens{via. .v.-. ..-_ .k,. w' j
1 crease v .Jtortp.nlkeeping utiHty rptey, as low.as possible.1' -'*'?.,. ;1
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._. ,of water per month will now pay an W base7 plus *!! cents iii Crosby estimates electric rates Wilt go up somewhere
1 \ ,,, per 1,000 gallons of water, or$10.15. a 69 percent increase. between, half and three-quarters of a penny.
Base charge for commercial sewer,service remains at. i a M'' Mayor Vernon Silcox pointed out to the council that the'
'$8 for meters up to one-inch In diameter plus 48 cents per city's electric rates will be the highest in the state if a pen-
I .lOOOilallorul of water. The old rate weak: base up to 7,500' ny per KW is added. The city now charges $72 per 1,000
I gallons, then a 27 cents per 1,000 gallons of water used. :: KWH. A penny would make the charge$82 per 1,000 KWH,
I For 5,000 gallons of water commercial sewer service higher than anybody in the state, Silcox said.
will cost $10 40, up 30 percent from the former$8 becausethe
I gallonage charge now starts at zero and is 48 cents per. _ The city raised water and sewer service rates some
I I 1,000 gal. Instead of 27 cents. + 1109.000 Monday night. (See related article.)

I 1 Both water and sewer service charges go up with: size bf, CPA Pat Farnsworth pointed out that the exact amountto
meter and with increased volume used. t : I r
: raise electric rates cannot be determined until the
I The new sewer and water rates are calculated to raise ---- bonds are sold and the interest rate Is determined.
, $105,000, which Clerk Neil Tucker estimates will pay. the
I indebtedness of the and water services. Commissioner Jimmy Crosby pointed out that the city
sewer
Although the new rates still constitute an increase over' A BIG :Decision for the, Starke, City- C uncll,., had not raised its electrical rates in two and a half years.

present rates, the.increases are considerably Jess than; Down to 'the wire Monday night Starke 'commissioners :. The council finally decided to set the length of the "If we can hold it down" without a deficit, we need to keeppn
those previously passed by the commISsion had to set the length of Us $3: million \bond Issue. bond Issue at ZO yean, meaning electric rates will go up holding it down. he said.
,r .. "'We have to keep the overall bill as low as'possible','" Commissioner Travis Woods gets an explanation from less but the city will have to pay out millions more In the Commissioner Charlie Schaefer said, "Florida Power
said Mayor Commissioner Vernon D. Silcox. -'we have to. CPA Pat Farnsworth abov;The commissioners got so long run. As Mayor Vernon Silcox put It, the city's small and Light raised their rates to us by one-half cent per
increase the rates, but we still have to keep it as low aspossible. .tired of sitting, they had tot stand op at times. (l-r) utility users Just cannot be hit too hard. kilowatt six months ago. About $130,000 in revenue will be
I ." Commissioners Charles Schaefer. lost this year because of this increase. We didn't go up on ,
Bobby Biggs. Jimmy : For over four hours the council poured over the different "
' ,1 newer CUstomers with up to a one-inch meter would have It was a'big decision' because a shorter payoff would questioned Tucker and CPA Pat Farnsworth. Coming' Council members seemed willing Monday night to ab-
',been $9.75 under rates originally proposed by engineer raise rates of utility customers more, a longer payoff after' four hours of talk, and proposals. the decision sorb the FPL increase of some$130,000, as the city has so.
,:Jim Lucas and adopted by the city council.to comply,with would make the payment, and thus the,rates,.less. wasn't an easy one. far.
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> '141'1.\ : $iaozn3: contract-to'; reroof the the escapement'of.'water.'off the roof staff hopes to scratch up another Voted to cancel Its contract with Casey when Chairman Rodney Hall I

Middle School and Phase 3' after heavy rains. $30.000 or so from other places in the attorney Richard Welty by giving him suggested that the superintendentand
"I\,\,:. High was approved Mon- "That's right it's not a bargain IIUflget. 30 days notice as required In the con board should be represented by
,' \ night, Jan, "31,,+ .by the, school. said architect Dompe when the'board The school board has Indicated it tract. The board will invite applica- the same attorney In the Charles Hall
,: members repeatedly pestered him fora wants to finish the two re-roofing jobs tions for an attorney, including an invitation hearing, and suggested that the t
; fr fu i bidder .is "Cbee eboro' recommendation about paying for a before school begins next fall. TJie..ewu to attorney Welty. school board would pay for the at- ,
.... Inc. Of Ormond Beach. a' roofing bond guarantee, .tom ttl said $230,000 budgeted originally for Chairman Rodney Hall apologizedfor torney. Casey has been representedby j
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which has never done any. the premium for a 20-year bond Is the projects, but the state mandated thinking Welly's contract expiredFeb. attorney Jim Tomlinson in Charles
r i for the Bradford school board,' $2 400 and the maximum it would payoff .budget cutback took care of that. 16. Hall said he did not realize Hall's request for a hearing on what
( which Architect 'Al Dompe says \ In case of damage, would be$3,600. The board has indicated it will bor .the contract had been. extended. until he considers a demotion from the
II out satisfactorily' when' he' Dompe, pointed out at five-year, row' from a local bank or against ,July 16.'Board. principalship at Lawtey Elementaryto
t' firm for which Cheesboro guarantee the roofing lob Is Included 1983-84 state building funds. On July 1 member Patricia'Spengler assistant principal at Bradford :a
$ f t ".< done work. Dompe said he asked in specifications of the Job. The this year the 1983 state capital outlay moved to cancel Welly's contract, high: 4
I letters. of recommendation from :company will be expected to make funds. will be available. board member Judy Becker seconded Supt. Casey's only comment on the
k 1 .' Cheeseboro clients and: ,twice per year inspections: of the roof The BMS and BHS projects ,were and Hall voted with them for a 3-0 Charles Hall situation was' when
several! very complimentary with the school board paying for any :bid separately so the board would unanimous vote. Chairman Rodney Hall asked if Casey i
:4. k Stark Iles.'' material but':the firm;\ doing the have choice of finishing one project' has any idea of how long the hearing
\ : I, ,Roofing Co. of Jacksonville repair work fOIl> no .additional cost. this\ year and indicated After much discussion, asked attorney might take. Casey said no he Isn't
... the low base bid but Cheeseboro above the construction'contract. .ting both ttsthhee-board has Welty to answer a request even certain of what Charles Hall's
". out to be the ,low bidder when The roof \is to be five layers of felt it will finish both projects this from the state Dept. of Administration grievance is yet.
J ,11tA alternates were calculated and 'and coal tar pitch...The roofs will be and summer and find ways to to grant Charles Hall a hearingon
I I Into the contract figure.' k.' 'surveyed to find low areas and additional 'fish paying off the contract. his grievance against the school
,> f'. } ',,'. ,. alternates were accepted by' ., drains installed in the bottom of : ? board. The request was for a time, Was told by board member Judy ,
'i.\ school board on the recommenda the low spots to speed water runoff.As / place and date. The school board has Becker that students In grades K-l
.. '.. of the architect adding drains of Dec, 31, the school board bad .r In'other action In Monday night's requested a hearing officer under the are being tested for the gifted pro
t I M kk ,., a"A ponding area In the Phase 3 of the I $168.839 available lot- ,the: two re-' 'Special meeting; called primarily to Administrative Procedures Act. gram. Supt. Casey said every K-12
.i; I ..' school and adding 33 roof drains rooting''projects.; Finance officer f award the rerouting, contracts the student recommended for the gifted
i I ,,. "sc .midalojll! hooJ, roof to,Improve Mike Reddish said the administrative" ,I school. ) board:: Got ,no 'answer from Supt. Tom; program will be tested.46h&mber '
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<, .. : : t t t.mCawards banquet is set this coming Two outstanding citizens and an Home In Starke; Richard Welty.local
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,t ".. Starktt's'I' Pans' ,Whittle' .',' loos'n.ws'from"th. Feb. 5 'atthe Starke honored at
; 1, Saturday night, outstanding youth will be attorney at law;' Gilbert Crotley.
: ,e "wweW"longuap!> ,po"h/.bea.' : K Stork* s GoM. It,Country Club. the,banquet. owner of Crosley Manufacturing Co..
.; I.: ". 't .Ke fo""H""tdfcind1LOke .Roger Jones} manager of Griffin In-
I .. I : I!:; ; ."',;,'J.f, .., ? ".. 1 \ mtmtr will be served at 7:50: p.m.l tn&tailatlon of Dew officers and new dustries, and Robert Ward, manager
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; j '' +,, s i ,- ,'5utt.4 "',. ',-q.t 1M, .i l te filet mignon, baked potato, board members for 1983 will also take of,TG 4 Y.
'J"J"I/ : ; Cj,reJwcHw a *i f praquef.,T'. .', i and tossed salad. An "at- ,placet Dallas Mayo of Orange Park
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," (, i ; ":' The)'Hvrculo.Corporation>R Coon. .,.'!lft.ch.l";: : ; t Ustment. hour' as Chamber owner of MacDonald's franchises In
Bill Wilson;; call.lI.,: will Starke and Green Cove Springswfllbe
:t.i'1' -x.. is"Using, the Kerbacld paraBnJcford:! ] tounly'spShsun'; tiasjia,at?$::30 p.m.. installed as president t of the Phone the Chamber"M4-27V; for
,,,., cjuaf to boost production: from"" "Hitch, and'; "hie da* Suit : Chamber for HS3. tickets,which are$10 per person.The
:-; ,"Guast; speaker will be Dale banquet is week later than usual
their. pis&'L: t/*.lr "..produeinyjt\ :gbolHy'la; r.J; rrtr,WorM Charmprpc.as -, I 'this
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1 Ij :, New Qt fiCTD Grant Program About to Take Off in Reno Target Area I

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I I A budget Is set to spend a $330,0(00 received over that paw five years, Seventeen private homes were '
'5. \ I grant for 1982 front ttae..u"S".QaarW., ,8f t, the fefurbiahad at a cost of$150000.:. A 'F 'L Mfr.
: I ment of Housing and Urban lJIIISOpII! oe taW 'IUI1da f Code enforcement and administration -
ment (HUD) to continue work tan*"lfdllRl lIIjj"xterltt.areaS each took $20,000. .2
? I, proving deteriorated areas of 'the i have"'i>ien S In I960 HUD granted lurids1InI
; Reno area In NE Stark*. {:wHt>an additfooal,." $330,000. About $20,000 went for code
.: I Some $193,000 of the 1982 grant will 18 to be rehabilitated Under the;,IflBi enforcement, $30,000 for administration
;;' C! go to refurbish 18 houses Clearance grant.. and $1,000 for relocation expenses
of vacant lots and removal of vacant The first year's grant was a total of ,such as paying motel bills fora
C a j dilapidated structures will take $300,000. Of this amount, $20,000 was family who can't live in their house
another$10,000. spent la p recreational while It is being remodeled.
The Annie Mae Martin house on N. facilities Including bleachers Nineteen private home were
Cherry at. was the first of these lighting And a concession stand for 'rehabilitated at a cost of $18 ,ooo.
y houses to be refurbished. the,outdoor ,baseball field. Anothernneighborhood About $19,000 was used rewire the
V 'They still have to put up steps and was lities refurbishing RJE! gym and Install new plumbing:
screens and get the power turned on," lac which included and basketball: goals. The locker
said Jerry Wadsworth Community a new basketball court and a new rooms were also repainted.
s" Development Block Grant Co roof for the gym. Parts,of Pine' and Keller streets,
ordinator. About $145,000 was spent in paving' were paved and a bridge put in"on. 1 ifA! a j1%
"The septic tank and the well have streets Including Tom Hall Grove .north street at H cost of $100,000.,. y gl1 .j 1 lr '7ii
to go In. These people out here don't Dell, Keller Clavary. Jenkins, The 1981 grant,which was Just ex
have ,water and sewer service Lamar Larry and a portion of Pine. hausted In December. of. 1982, totalled
although they are in the city limits, Sewer rehabilitation took $59,000 340000.
he said and $30,000 was spent on refurbishing The funds can be used over as long
"The house looks good. ,Th ey're private homes which included sewer a period as .Is necessary to get the
almost finished," said Wadsworth. hookups to 29 homes.In work done, so long as the time lengthis i r 4'
Public works will take another' 1979 HUD alotted another reasonable, according to Linda
:. $80,000 from the grant funds.This will $100,000: for the Improvement of Poncier,secretary to Mr Wadsworth.
include the grading and llmerockinof deteriorated areas. Upgrading Some $45,000 was spent on ad
McCollum St. at a cost of about neighborhood facilities took about ministration and $2,000 in relocating
$20,000, the Installation of a water $13.000 of this fund and Included improvements people whose homes were being
main to Market Road at a cost of to the Jenkins Recreational refurbished. Annie Mae Martin's *
"NeW Home.
about $20 000 and work on the ditches: Center. These improvements Thirteen homes were refurbished at ..
north of cooper Road by Old Lawtey entailed interior and exterior pain a cost of about 185000. About $10,000 Community ..Development'Block..' Grant Coordinator II1* the first home remodeled under the 181 fifth-year'
Road at a cost of about $25,000. repairs, repairs to the was used for the clearance of vacant Jerry Wadsworth stands In front of the newly remodeled HUD grant of fXW.eod.Plans are to de 17 more homes
This project will also Include sewer .siding and roof, the replacement of lots and the removal of six vacant home of Mrs. Annie Mae Martin on north Cherry. Street the Reno area.
rehabilitation work which has been decayed flooring the installation of dilapidated structures. lu Starke.
expanded to include Individual sewer an aluminum screen door and of air Water mains were installed on Oak,
hookups at a cost of about$15,000.The conditioning In the office and the purchase Ida, Pine Estelle, Hall, ,Larry,,
Community Development Office will of recreational equipment. Calvary and North streets as well as first-come first-serve basis and, categories," partial and 100 percent plicatlonhasbeen made tor the actual
now be taking applications for tills Another $89,000 went for improvements Cooper and Old Lawtey Roads., Part awards of the funds are made on the I loans and partial and 100 percent work to start ,
part. of the program.An to streets, including the of Oak street was also paved. These basis of the credit history Income' grants;'About 99 percent of the appllcanta -, Once work has been started,H must
additional $45,000 will be used paving of Cooper Road, Mary St, projects totalled about 98000..'" level and the condition. of the appli fall Into the partial loan or be completed within 30 days so that
for administration purposes.A parts of Chestnut Oak, Crum, 'and Applications to refurbish private cant's house. partial grant category. It takes from inconvenience to the residents. will,.be
total of $16 million i has been Florida Sts.and Old Lawtey Road. homes with these funds, are taken on a The funds 'are divided Into four' .two weeks to two months after an apkept at a minimum. ,-I '




. State Senator Bill Grant Tells Rotary- Club Longer- ,,, ; School Term :Will ;FailA I

prediction that the proposal for a 'In a discussion of school: finances, mentally and physically. 10 to 1SX in recent years Jeopardizing proval of legislation for Increased'
longer public school term (up to ten Grant said "we need to set a better the farmers' financial position. state assistance with court costs In .
months) would not pass the Florida system of priorities" with No. 1 con- Grant expressed concern for the small counties such as Bradford and TIlE IRA RHID
legislature was made at the Starke .cern being for education in the K-12 plight of farmers in today's economy On other'' topics! Grant said he Union,. that are saddled with heavy COUNTY TELEMATH
Rotary Club last week by newly- area. In his opinion, too much money saying they are lacing financial crisisIn thought that every homeowner should expenses due to the excessive load of Published vary Thursday .
elected State Senator Bill Grant of is being spent on high-priced administrators a recession "created by govern that some property taxes but now court, eases -generated. by prisons at 135 W.: Cat Street .
Madison. at the expense of schoolroom ment." He deplored the fact that the$25,000 homestead! exemption :within their boundaries.'He also saw '
Grant said he had already been intensively instruction, Grant said. He also Florida has the highest rate of delin- has been approved as a constitutional the need for health care cost contain- Starkt Florida 32091>
lobbied against thefroposal emphasized the need to find programs quent FmHA loans in the nation, amendment he saw no chance of having ment due to,rapidly Increasing. costs Second tend postage paid at
,by his wife and children. for the handicapped, both while farm land values have declined it repealed., He expressed,,ap-: :in this area. Starke. Florida

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Roy'V Grocery ,Moving Subscription Males:
In-trade area: $10.00 par year
CoI atructlon'beIIan this week on anew $3.80.. months.
building for, Roy's Grocery. 412
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;W. Call: at. OHtskte trade area: $11.00 per: year
'The now store la located behind the $0.00 six. months .
new Sear building on E.; Call..
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The Best Cakes in Town.,. ,3:00 pm 15pm '
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best Indian theme; Bryan King most:original; Tans Sarnt. prettiest cake- .
If were lucky might have gotten bite of one of these fancy cakes .
cooked you by members you of Cub Scout Pack 73 a and their d.ds. Lonnie Adklns, best Cub Scout themes and Jason Spencer Judge's choice. G:,30 pm ', :'
Judges were Florida Bank at Starke President J.E. Tomlinsoa and Vice ....-rl\l'
From some 4S-50 cakes,the winners are l-r)I Brian Caneva,most difficult
President Ruth Johns, The cake contest .Is annual affair for Cubs 8,15! pm ,.
baking an Ii'
cake Scott Durban, funniest cake;'John Loper wlerdlnt\ cake;.Randy : 'M! :'au0otii I
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Milton, most colorful cake: Jason Morin, most appetizing: cake; Todd Hall master -.d...., .. .". ..n.-"y.....".._. -

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The Hampton Volunteer Fire '
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Department la sponsoring a 'rummage ,
sale on Saturday Feb 12, from May'be used as plant stands. '
10 a.m. tit S p.m. ,
The sale will be held at the FireHouse What-Not shelves bookcases, sIC,
and will feature clothing furniture BUYSSHOP
tools, toys and any household Choice of black, whit or' | i..
Items In good usable condition. Donations almond finishes.Sonw .
of sale items will be appreciatedand t '
may be left at the fire station on
Friday, Feb. 11, or call 468-2851. with brass dAl raUan :,

CONDOLENCESincere ; NOW AND SAVE ON THESE QUALITY ITEMS.

the family and sympathy friends of is Joe extended Milllgan to 75-" high 24" or 30" wid1s''T, QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED TO STORE s'rocttsqeoi1Q .

Sullivan and Everett John Sullivan,
Sr.of Waldo who died last week.. M
CONVALESCINGJames I
Nessmlth Is recuperating at 6. :, :
his home on Hampton Lake following ,
several weeks at Alachua' General I :' "' .
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Hospital. .
$5.97
HAMPTON ELEMENTARY .:'. \ '"$2.88 '

SCHOOL NEWS' ", :suggested..Hat$14.53 '' -
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Students cards I DECKER ,, ,
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grading period .L1 N A8PEClALlrTOOLS ,
on Tuesday Feb. 1. Attached forms RABHTTPUMP
are to be signed by parents; and A mndg-ptirpoi. hand pump for hundreds of' 4-WAY LUG WRENCH, ,

returned to New teachers Student this weekj, SAVE FROM a ,household, auto, marine and ,lams uses.,Take it 'An ideal wrench for the dolt-y ourseifer.Perfect
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Eric Donnerstag enrolled In Mrs. k anywhere need.no eleciriofly.". to.keep.In.the truck or th car for emerflande
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Jean Clark's first grade class on Jan. 3QM to 40 a .
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Fin Bug Hit > $79115 $4.69BugoeatetflM : '''Mil'
Absences of some .20 percent of. ," $1. .1IIlI! V ;eY
students were felt at the school during t $10.11, +
the past two weeks. Various types of u0ee ted!lie* 92.76MAC'S ; ,
colds, fever and flu have been suffered NAPA TOOL BOXES.ALL-l : t
by the students and some of the DENMARKFURMTlffiE CARBURETOR
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Second Grade > uI 'AH/..teol conwruction wtrh an..tra hkjh.handle ; -
Johnathan Stodentrt Woodard has Weft been earn. /.r3sVto" make t'P rt ct" for S variety of uee ;,' Maelarree=- IIOf11Iduote_ 1>r'
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Starke employees this year. also the negotiator for the city commission -
On recommendation of its union with both electrical workers
1h- I ,,j, the representatives, the 15 city electrical and police.Brown .
workers dissolved Local 1205 of perceives the Starke situa-
.9 i the International Brotherhood of tion differently than In a large industrial
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"f under the state Public Employees Tampa-St.Pete. Usually, the union.
V* : '' i1' 'f' Commission (PERC). pits employees against employer.
'1Sd7.( 1 Now Starke policemen are the only Starke, basically pays employees as
city group represented by a union'It best it can afford.Traditionally
had been several years since the the city has given Its
policemen had entered into formal non-union employees the same
negotiations with the city commis- benefits won by the union. In fact, the
sion. This year they requested formal situation has been worked around
bargaining, finished quietly and over the years to where benefits accorded
JtA received basically the same benefits non-union employees were
other city employees are getting. withheld from unionized employees.
For example all city employees For Instance, the electrical workers
1.i: received a seven percent pay In- were not receiving longevity pay.
crease. Policemen got a seven per-- under which an employee receives It
cent raise in salary, benefits, and per week for each year's experiencewith
y clothing allowance.At the city. That meant loss of f 10
_L Li present only four of the' 13 per week or MO per month for a
policemen are paying dues to the 10-year employee.Neither .
union, the Police Benevolent Association. were electrical workers
a Head Start. receiving 1'>overtime but work-
a'
Getting ..
ed overtime time
Operating under PERC the union at straight under
Mr*. Marie Carmichael, parent volunteer, listens to a story with Head' Jacob lIend_. Nikki Jackson.'and; Jamil Houston.In the RJE Center on was ineffective for the electrical their contract. Power plant
Start students Kenneth Carmlchael.Dominique Barber. Cleocler Miller,, Pine Street In NE Starke. "',,'f workers and so told the workers it employees put In a good many over
ri '. ] was no use to take their money time hours reworking down
("\ ', without being able to help says: Mike generators In the past year.
.\ Tierney the power plant employeewho "It was digging into our pockets
was the union steward here.' pretty good" says Mike Tierney.The .
Bradford Head Start Program Under PERC rules, the final arbitrator city commission's harder line
Reopens Is the city commission pointsout with the electrical workers goes backto
,.:.:-" .., Tierney the same body which 1974 when some workers walked off
I By Marcia Good,.', Children better:' says Mrs Jackson. The students at the Starke'C:8IIter' which must approve most policy decisions bargains for the workers and sets the job and didn't come back. The
Hut BCT Staff Writer 'The' Head Start salary and benefit levels. commission takes a somewhat softer
center,in Starke
are divided into three x""'''He d "Start reopened $an. 19 in 'now' serves as the administrative office children each. Each class has two' such as program design, staff Electrical workers were still In- line with the policemen who have' no
-BradlOrd County with an' enrollmentof (for Bradford: Union Columbus., teachers. The teaching staff Includes 'and budget. volved In negotiating their 83-83 con- such history.'The .
68,.up nine from the 54 enrolled Hamilton.. Lafayette and.Suwannee Edith Smith Shirley Marshall; Mrs. Plans are being made for an Inten, tract when it became time to city Just takes a very hard ap-
before tho program closed Nov. 10. counties, Ollie Brewton Margaret McRae sive orientation program for the negotiate the 198344 contract points proach to a union/ attorney Brown
:The preschool program for four Mrs. Jessie Jenkins., a teacher In .Myrtes Reeves 'and Thelma Good- parents on this council. out city attorney Terry Brown who explains.
and flve-year-oldlllllfederaDy funded the local Head Start program since its wine.,. Each parent of a child enrolled In a J,
and sponsored temporarily by the Inception now serves as administrative The staff from all six counties administered I ''Head Start program Is eligible to be
Northeast Florida Community Action coordinator for the six by the Bradford center elected as a council member. Elections -
A,(enc) (NEFCAA), The Suwannee counties, The previous 'admlnistrative -, received a week long refresher training for council members from the PUBLIC'NOTICE
Httver Economic.--Council" (SREC), center was in Live Oak. course at St. Simons Island, Ga.,, Bradford center are Indefinite but are
previous ,sponsor of ,the program,, Mrs Jenkins says: that the program at the beginning of January. .planned for sometime in November
decided to give up its sponsorship and Itself has changed very little.The curriculum 'The program is now operating on a and no later than the first week of
the program in Bradford was closed is the same and the training 5-day plan instead of the 4-day plan it., ,March .
until a temporary,sponsorship.could}, the teachers received la the same. was on under the,sponsorship, of "Our goal Is to be fully enrolled In .
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be arr edang "Bradford haa the largest center of SRfiC.! Children attend the programfrom -,. all centers according to our funding"
NEFCAA of:Jacksonville stepped in ,the six counties.'The others have between 8 a m. to 2 p.m.anctarelel'Yeda says: Mrs. Jackson. The' Bradford '
as temporary sponsor. !"They decidedto 10'and 22 children regI8tered. hot breakfast and lunch as well as an center is funded for. about 55 or 60
let us run it for a while to make sure We are all separate programs but we afternoon snack. ,children, according to Mrs. Jackson,
that the program was well under way all work under the, same sponsor. Each child receives dental before the permanent,, sponsor took; says Mrs. Jenkins.. .'medical care and participates la a least In Bradford County. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town
over! .":'says. .Dorothy Jackson, executive 'The future Is somewhat uncertain health plan that Includes such things The Bradford center & nearly fully
director ,for NEFCM" "We. for the program.Although there.is no I as brushing his teeth after every mealto operational now. "It's not quite In full of Brooker Florida will hold elections on ,
'just responded fo a need!' some doubt as will continue there Is increase his awareness of dental swing yet. They are still in the process ,
'Applications to the method of' opera'Uon .-' parents of getting back into operation," Tuesday, February 15th, 1983, at. Town .
,for the permanent the new will use.
sponsor volunteer work in' the, Larry Bergeron associate direc-
.&onsor wilt be received In spring by '"We don't have any idea who the program and do such things as read I .toes NEFCAA. Hall from 7:00: a.m. until 7:00: p.m.. for J
the Atlanta Regional Office of the Adnistration permanent, sponsor will be or'how stories direct art activities and make
for Children/ 'they will want the program run," supplies like smocks for the children; __ three council seats and there will be a ,<

NEFCAA,serves 1,000 children In .saw Mrs. Jenkins. .to. wear during art classes I' referendum Charter Amend
Duval andBaker" Counties': Head The Head Start program has been Government regulations the:, on proposed :
Start programs. "We are Basically a In operation in Bradford: County since funding of Head Start require that the <, -e--1 ment' Copies of this are available at City
big city program and exposure to the '1968 and was under the sponsorship of parents are involved in the program.oil'
two small community centers we now SREC for five years before NEFCAA' Each center has a number of parent S Hall.

serve. will help.us':a serve.our 1,000 took_over.._-in November.- -- ..... representatives. on!'-the Policy I Council 7:30: pm Tuesday I .... ,., .

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.Area mental health &:center are Decembe ana January nas.spooner =iuwu HI *8,000?' and the Clinic bas .
having to diversify services to absorb says.. Examples: are $300 per' had to give up two offices in an annex
losses in funding under the Reagan employee for travel for professional because of a funding cutback r
Administration, according to Carolyn development has been cut, the contract There have been no major cutbacksyet \
Spooner, area'' director ,of the for consultation with Bradford says: Ms.Spooner but more fun-,
Bradford-Union' ", Guidance Clinic In High School has; been cut in half,from: ding cutbacks are expected in July. FORTUNE'S
Starke. ,
For'example; the Starke clinic la p+ ,. j -,
now in charge of the Community Day
Care. Center Mental health programs : ;D r,; Dennis Connaugliton INVESTMENT
are having to 'toward areaswhere I GUIDE
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(Associated with Dr.
funds are being provided, such, Harry Gruen) '
as delnstltutlonallzaUon programs. "
"This seems to be the era of survival Now: : Announces
of the fittest and the fittest are ,
those who can be-,most creative in FOR ML
'.programs"' that will be- ; EVENING DEPfTAL SERVICES ::: :
.a ruii and those who can find alter- r e \ ,
Ve out rcewbttundtng in the wake' \Tuesday .- Thursday -' 6-9 PM' 1r.
of a e Economic crilllII."says'' .

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The audit on NASA project expenses "
f columns for the past two years has found that the cost of travelling by per. /

finally refused "to stay the course." sonal car including mileage'' reim- .f '

The erudite Journal 'decribed Mr. bursement and an average of 21 days'salary .'".''",!"..'.<, r

Reagan's fiscal 1984 budget, presented paid for travel time, came to '..'t"t" -

to the Congress Monday, as 'a dismal more than $3,700 per employee, almost .

document." The conservative five times the$800 it would have cost to :;. Four Passenger: Trains Daily Provided '
mouthpiece of Wall Street now be- fly each employee to Florida and back :, ',

moans budget,"projects the fact that a $207.the? billion new Reagan deficit by commercial airlines. : .; Entertainment: for Local 'Loafers' in 1880s .

in the current fiscal year ending The audit also cited widespread ex- .,'

September 30, and a further $188.8 amples of apparently deliberate over- In entering upon the new year 1887, TheTelegraph's stop all He has to do Is'pull out of his'. and, with the rent of the sinners trippedthe
billion in red ink next year." charging the, government by columnist, Man About pocket red kerchief and wave it a few; light fantastic toe. Where ignorance Is
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employees who travelled together to Town," wrote: times.The engineer who Is on the lookout, bliss,.'tis folly to be wise.

Comments the Journal: ''That is Florida while each submitted has ever looked forward discovers the signal;; and immediately the "The barrooms did a rushing buaa-

enough to scare the international separate bills for full mileage ,reim with brighter auguries or backward with air-brakes are applied.Th train stops each,the during the holidays. The beaming
credit markets into fit less to than the Infantile conductor and Mr. Kelly whisper to tunas (time
an even deeper bursement.It regret S7. Our countenances of the genial, at
other is
seconds the engineer
of nervousness...But it is within the crops have fed the world and the product of a few before Is when you're setting them up to big
signalled to and can
move on you
power of the President and Congress to also found that Rockwell ex- our industries are familiar at the an turn around th*has climbed the and crowd of mugwumps) Hen Austin ana
tipodes. The coming will leave the ,attest fully to this fact
ecutives and other were year Charlie Sparkman
make the actual outcome less employees soon disappears in the distance."Wonderful -
daunting dead one far behind,and the man who lives The mills of the,barrooms grim
slowly,
by bringing spending under control.It's allowed to rent expensive beach cottages -: to write the record of 1881 will have to that is/' remarks" Mr, .Lake. "How" the. but they grind exceedingly fine. ,
too bad there's not more evidence and condominiums with all expenses chronicle the- brightest cycle in the industrial world( do move
paid, including cable TV history of our. country "Starke. "The prospect of the matrimonial
that such an attempt will be made. like other small cities is inflicted -
billed to the shuttle of market the coming: year la very flattering.
hookups
with her full share of
space gentlemen
"The ,
citizens of Starke
have reason to The variations in the weather for the past
From where we sit, it appears that project. In some cases Rockwell ex- congratulate themselves upon the stride leisure better known here, as bums or few days have caused several young

Mr. Reagan is willing to gore everyone ecutives were allowed to rent quarters and advancement Starke has made in the loafers. You can see them congregate bloods like Drew Alvarez. Jo Alvares,

else's ox for the sake of cutting' the large enough for their entire families, past year. That there is a big boom for every minutes day before around the the fast depot mail, about is due thirty as John Wills J. W. Hodges, and B. H.Jones,

budget, but still stubbornly refuses to even though the families visited I Starke In the near future there u no reason' thick as buzzards on an old dead horse, to to consider the advisability of such a step.'

admit the most obvious source of productive Florida for only a portion of the time. .to doubt. Business have has been fair and the watch the rout agent take the mail off the The latter Is considered quit a catch, having
realized from !
orange their bis be I
growers embarked In the mercantile *
cuts the waste in the Defense mail crane going at the rate of thirty-five -
The final the audit concluded golden fruit more than they anticipated, now on his way. to
Department. While social report on miles per hour. They area nuisance to any fortune.Man
programs thereby throwing more vigor and confidence About Town
that ..the contractor's controlsover town,. and are only fit to obstruct the
received other deep cuts in the new into, i(he orange culture. in Bradford
travel Sidewalks and otherwise Inconvenience
budget, the Defense Department costs have been so ineffec- County of business. I Other Items of Interest

received its usual red carpet treatment tive as to reflect probable negligencein "Our sister city (not In love, but in location urge people number of them ha heady made From Issues of the '80's

with no compromise on Mr.- Reagan's the handling of funds appropriated ) Lawtey, too,has taken a step onward application to the Board of County Commissioners The question of time Is a serious one In
proposal for a $1.6 trillion five-year for the production of the space shuttleor and several fine brick stores are in the for a berth in their 'PanHome' Starke. We know several ladles who wentto

program of Pentagon spending.In at a minimum, represent wasteful course, of, construction !In. that thriving when they get that institution In full church last Sabbath by the correct: time

excessive, and unreasonable ,costs town. The strawberry farms' around. '''operation. and were half an hour too soon; also

the meanwhile, instances of which should not be reimbursed to Lawtey are the best ever known broad'which accounts ."The grand ball Christmas evening, another party who was half an hour late.
for' continued
the smiles of
flagrant waste in the military and Rockwell." the denizens a of that place. I wish you success .which no doubt you all have heard of, was Let us all keep one Urn*and let the people'
what it shall be. -
space programs come to light almost strawberry of Lawtey.'and managed by .a few who imagine say
.daily. The latest was the disclosure The only reason given by NASA for may this crop, which growers you have intrixiucedinto I themselves 'Gods of Creation.' and who ...
think that the success of ball is unknownIn
that the National Aeronautics and allowing reimbursement to Rockwellwas our county, become a staple production this city of nearly J.OOO a Inhabitants, We do not'agree with'OW' friend Col.
that of the audit's to which the soil of Bradford Is well
Administration NASA has some findingswere so Frszee.
Space ( ) without their valuable. assistance. Truly in the rimci-l/nton' that Starke
graciously decided to authorize pay- considered to be "unreasonable." adapted. Puck is right: What fools.we mortals be, will faille a*a rose in the bloom of Sampson
The railroad schedule has There was nothing special at this dance except City. It Is hoped that there
ment of almost all of the $1.8 million of Of new gone into may spring up
this in
course, $1.8 million termsof effect, and four passenger trains now pass good music charming and handsome settlements at Intervals all over the coun-
padded travel expenses that were billed defense spending is only a drop in Starke daily. All of them stop except one,, ladles and four stray church memberswho ty but Starke will always hold the Mm
to the space shuttle project by the the bucket compared to the overall$9.4 and no one has the power to stop this one ecame entranced by the unusually relation, to the people as It now hold, It
Rockwell Corporation, and questioned billion cost of the project-about $3 except Mr. Kelly, the highest railroad official good music forgetting for the moment will be the center of trade of Bradford as
I by Defense Department auditors. billion of which to Rockwell. Theprojed's in Bradford County Whenever he that they were In the wrong pew,they turned -, long.as It remains a county,and this fact j is
goes takes a notion for this lightning\ train to, themselves over to Satan and his devibtffaunty not.to be forgotten.
The audit challenged expenses incurred total cost originally. was

in 1979-80 when Rockwell authorized budgeted at $5 billion, but repeatedcost I

590 employees to drive their per overruns almost doubled that ,
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sonal cars from their homes in figure. !' .' ,. .. ..... .
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i Space Center shut t finishing toucheson Weinberger and President Reagan, .". ..., i\t .. .., ..d1 1ci 'yftFebruary .In9t'' 10fll.11\I 1

the space Columbia. maintain that their'proposed defense ll is the last month of the year to chosen on the basis- of historical weather dent fu're) hl i i.&.. e', il J.

This is on top of a previous U.S. budget has been cut all that it can be transplant bareroot plants in the land- 'patterns. Some considerations of weather rather cold: winters satisfy rest early so
cut without endangering the nation's scape. This also applies to dooryard fruit are discussed briefly In the following:. that the plants start growing with the first
Justice that
Department investigation trees jf you have plans for starting a home warm spell which makes them subject to
resulted in Rockwell having to pay$1.5 safety. When they can say that they orchard. Most fruits go through the winter In s injury by later cold weather particularly

million in civil penalties after FBI have cut out all the waste that can be Fruit growing .is an interesting 'and dormant Generally state, this called is associated the"rest with period.short" late frosts, which may destroy the bloom,

agents found the corporation had billed cut, perhaps their claims will be more rewarding hobby which provides fresh day, cold weather and loss of leaves. Exposure or young fruit. .
credible. fruit at the peak of Its maturity.Fruit trees We have a good fact sheet of fruit
the shuttle for to
winter
space project many can also be an attractive addition to many : temperatures for a certain 'varieties that should help you elect.the
length of time the plant to
'of our landscape situations. active prepares specie and variety of the fruit tree*that
start growth again whentemperatures
are'more' might interest ;you. Call or came by your'CoIanty
. 11 There are many kinds of fruit which can favorable for Agent's office for your.copy, ore|f'
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Rules Limit Freedom Of School Athletes in Choosing Sport grow in apples our,area.blackberries You can, llUCCellSfuJl&row' blueberries, growth.Temperatures. below 45'F,are.known as.. you. want more Fair Information.Coming UppOur '". '

The number
'chilling of
Dear Editor: answer I have received ia that tunity my children would have. figs, grapes nectarines, peaches, pears. hours Below temperatures.43 F accumulate through the ion Bradford County Pair will openat
two pecans, plums and other citrus varieties 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, April 6 and run'
sons Injured.
my may get
That before months
This few weeks I have was our sports winter and constitute: total hours of
had brought past home to me the op- In other words, in order to participate department was given sole say- like satsuma,calamondin and kumquat chilling. Our area has an average of about hours through will Saturday be April .. Other. daily

portunity that we, as in two months practice so over what my children could Selection of :species and varieties is 360. hours of chilling. The Beef rehhowrwW be!'iehi
and two months actual competition do with their lives both in and Species' and varieties differ in the
Americans, have to live in a critical for fruit production as plants
they must all out- Wednesday afternoon April 'L V with!! the ,
give
up out of school amount of chilling they must have in order,
free country. That to-everyone side school athletic activitleaLETTERS. which are not adapted to local conditions Market Barrow Show at T::30,.nt Wednes
except our Bradford High U there are other parents out will generally fail to produce regardless of to complete rest and resume normal. ,day evening. Th Bradford-Union *..{and
School children who desire to there who feel the same was I how much care- and attention the plants growth,which Is considered the chilling requirement F/A Steer Show wlkbe
held
participate in the school ... do, write your principal and receive. Weather is perhaps the single of..the species or variety.- Thrrrsd+sy.'April T. .:' ,: ",af,73O.;

athletic program.A which their send copies to the school board' most important; factor which determines A plant which does not receive sufficient The Swine Salt will b* alit Tp.m. Friday.;
are means
primary and The Let's take where fruit crops can be groom Winters' to rest Is
Tttfgraph. chilling satisfy usually delayed In April t/with the Steer sale set'for'7y ml
of of of recreation. This coach Is nut
couple years ago one back the right to help our can be too cold: for some, suffer for leafing out and blooming. Often, the open, .April.. toclt and poultry activitieswill
was told that if he leaving it to the child who
my sons up children make these decisions others and still others may fromsummers' lag of flower and leaf buds wil) be scattered o' take puce in the Livestock, Arena
wanted to play football hewouldn.t knows his abilities and whether sty;
about their lives. They are not heat and humidity. Consequently over a long period of time. Plants the Bradford CtpmtyFairgrounds [
chose track run and track.a year Well later he he sports can, he participate Is not i in two paid athletes, they are not on a ,species and varieties of fruits should!be .will live only a very few years with insuffl-; >.0ii Ia. Iltarhej'; '" 'L' on ugrsh.\ :,
I
whet scholarship with a committ '
decided he really did miss foot the parents who know .t"S
ment to definite
a sport. They
ball and went and talked to the the child Is physically able to
head football coach and that participate and maintain his are growing young people who

coach told him that even if he grades in school, he Is not even should be In more encouraged than one to school participate Forestry in Bradford: County: Black History Eve; 1-.

went out for football, he would basing it on the act that participation athletic event and definitely "" ". ,
never play a game. So be It. would in any way affect ; Norton to'Increase production of timber and I
encouraged to participate in the Bradford to bn- Set for 'This
the athlete's Weekend
performance .County ,
City recreational Forester prove the environment Site is
Now, this year again, the sports preparation ,
freedom our children have In hu! sport. It is baaed solely; grams and any and every 'linen The federal Forestry' Incentives Program a part of the practice if approved by a :;
his fear that of his M February
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under their athletic departmentrules upon one game"of sports they can. When (FIP) will be available in 1983 to forester as being necessary.! Information i Black History month in
and regulations has been track members might get inJured they are playing sportstheyare eligible forest farmers.The full Senate and on eligible Species and planting re-' 'Florida and will be observed locally with a
during another sand-lot .' House recommended that the be quiremertts; is available from .serie of program starting
brought to my attention. Its not on the streets. Parents : program the state Sunday. :
buy plays baseball he Is not ball league game-, or Softball the city recreation and usually go to the games and funded at the 1982 level of 513.E tm Ilion., forestry! ,agency! or the county: ASCS office.Improving "'tit, at Sp m. .t IMnaer!: Baptist Cb Feb.ta
know their children's friends. It .south Starke: Rev..L.tDavia pa.to><
allowed to play Softball for the .going '" .,
hurt hia chances to
That to promotes family unity. How The South saain receives a high percentage a staed'.l Forest Trees.This
city recrea league. a '
reasonable ruI. because the Region or State. He Is not asking can our coachea-who are sup of FIP allocations,with a total of$1..11' practice la aimed Increasing the growthof The speaker on this occasion will b*(j.d,,
timing in the two sports which the members curtail their posed to be leaders and set examples million earmarked for U southern states. trees on sites suitable for the productionof Anderson of La vtey, retired educator who
use the same skills is tremendously participation once they have for.. our children-Mt This {heavy fimdhut commitment to the' sawtlmber and veneer logs. Both pin I served many years In the Bradford County
different and one that affects qualified for Regional or State- selfishly.think only of their particular South reflect 1Mb importance of therecioa's and hardwood improvement practices school system *. principal of C.C.'.\ade i- !
ones batting and catching but from the date they first snort and not the kids Umber nroductlon and potentialfor qualify.Pr-commerciat: thinning,pruning' son elementary school!in Lnwtoy H,Jf. E.
and running. start practice until they complete whom they are coaching?. increased prat i* rt.. With projections of of crop tree and releasing dMirabf\ *seedlings .' in Stark, and assistant principal of I
the full program. What ,Speak, up!>>, parents. ( steadily increasing demand for: wood ,and young trees ar* acceptable Bradford High School. H* will dscuag .
However,the track coach has time does this entail? Cross fiber from the rjtih the South clearly has measures, at well as site preparation for Black History in Bradford County.A pro

sent home note copy of which country starts before school Betty N.Warren a pressing needWFU*fun&llDlaltd other natural regeneration. *r mof Negro. Spiritual will. I IO ..b*
is enclosed, prohibiting anyone and finishes In November. Raiford Road, Starke Incentive program designed to increase; presented.> *
who participates ia cross Track begins the second weekin reforestation and timber stand improve How to ..,..18 ......... adp.:PIP la
country or track from participating January and finishes in late P!. The effect this has had ia ment. Florida low.n allocation, which exceeds managed by Agricultural Stabilization & s tunt. y. Feb.'I. BIa 1J
in any land-lot, April or May-depending. on that two boys who qualified to $1.2IDI organized or unorganized sport how far they go. go to Regional last year are not handle payments anted trader Ik*' \liUMionary eba in Lawtoy frwn
such basketball football, even competing this year. By It is known .that. approximately 0 to 50 program! Th first step landowners must '1 to ft p....'Rev. John."IUD.Ul ba
touch as or tag baseball or sofa Starke Yep to I am settle no In glad because I chose of the way, they participated in percent of the tram planted nationally take is to apply for the program at their guest speaker at f pm. .
track and Softball last were funds. In the
yearwithout 'local : ASCS of ASC3 will
lce. ask the
ball tennis,etc. Why?The only betweetrlland county
the small town and the ':
i oppor South Black
either sport suffering: ,' 19W, over one tate forestry agency examine the property The History<,observation WM
.. million acres ,,. planted on" ,pt\tvef, ,and'approve! Up need for the prac- lta.rte4 ST yea.2 # I* 1IIetariaa,Carter
lands through ftf payments.Ther .: tic, *,* Wood oa'ot T I'r, .. n
what he considered. to. i
is that the majority TIT ares
,\P-RI/t/, ? ..*..0.. C'Oe.: forest landownas* noevMsiwc*are*willing to carry out 1 nariutiemk'Th' 1naxtmwti"ceat-share- Of hUtarjT ae taught III !: ,

;: ? ,reforestation 4MMut the avaitebUMy of 'that 'a'Berson may earn. annually for! .. ,' -:mw; sLslate: rrdriI -: .
0-' ': r: ligrapq: 'economic iix****, whether! -,thr0u8hcoatahareger 'Csceatry Soeticea under FIP to W percent
: tax incentives at J with the lamtowner M percent';J,nthoo.ev.otI I
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t* levels. Far ex-., ---.u.e manafment 11851'01' farina* '' :: '. .., !'" ,

BOB 6. FCR6USOM J6W U. life Wl ; reforwtatlan faMf. contact their county 1'I. I
IaallulerePu1ssIsd I in th* South A8C8 elSee*r Extenewn Sfrvic effic for, ,
., \ : total harvested: mor*details, I. y. : I
eeS nsn.tay. ......... ..... I .....II tMht__ acreage. CJnJy' ant '* ten acreesharvested '
at tnrt., ... .ras* JM "Mam i, ian. to cu>ipMlf being reforested In -',
the South. '.._"' E j!: "' '''. 4 :,. : ,
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/ Reddish Marry irr 4 Strawberry Queen Contest:



I : Jan. 15 in Methodist Church II, Applications Sought Now I


Miss Lorna Mae Leasure of Starlet, sculptured neckline j ? ..
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Claude ;, fleur-de-lis pattern of embroidereh v7 Applications for, the 21st annual
Leasure of Dade City and Thomas Bchiffll lace and tiny seed pearls, r NY Strawberry Queen Pageant are now
Allen Reddish son of Mr. and Mrs. which also covered a high waisted, r v being accepted The pageant will be
Drew F. Reddish of Starke ,were bodice and graces the full biahop: held Saturday, March 28, In the Brad-
united In marriage Saturday, Jan. IS, sleeves ,and wide cuffs In individual ford High School Auditorium.
at 7:30 pm.'in' the- First United flowers and scrolls. The A-line skirt Each contestant must be a residentof
MethodlsChurch with"?Rev. Warrert. was characterized by embroidered' ,C4 Bradford County or a student In the

Langer performing the nuptial., ,schlffll, lace In scroll ,design, as ""w l+ h, ff Bradford County School system and
The altar was )highlighted with a ,;clusters of lace cascade down ,the' between the ages of 16 and 21. Each
15-branch candelabra arch'and two :skirt forming a chapel length train of contestant must have a sponsor
L nine-branch tree candlllabrasQndl ,English!; net,:bordered again ht.em- Contestants will be Judged on the
ed hurricane lamps'complemented, '1 broidered 'schUfli! lace ': basis of beauty, poise, personalityand
the choir loft railing.Both. sides of the) 'f length illusionveil was attached a will compete in 'street clothes
aisle were lined with brass pewS lace cap and edged In matching lace. sportswear, swimsuit and evening
markers with hurricane globes.,A unity She carried a flowing. cascade of gown. The 'sportswear competitionmust
candle was used. Ferns were used candlelight fainlaturee carnationsand carry 'out the "Strawberry.
i to decorate either aide of the pulpit. stephanotis accented with baby's Theme."
w Presenting a program of nuptial' breath and complemented with brass, The Pageant Is sponsored by the
i; music were Christy Johns, organist, colored leaves Junior Woman's Club of Starke. All ed to all contestantti.Applications .
Mrs. Warren Stevenson,'pianist, Bill members 'are busily making arrangements for the pageant can be
+ McRae, soloist and, Mrs Dave During the reception the bride for this special event picked up at the BHS office and Mit
} Shoemaker, soloist. discarded her headpiece and veil and One of which Is the selection of judges chell's Drug Store. Applications 'are
wore a candlelight lace brim hat pinn- for the Pageant.Only two members of to be returned to Mitchell's Drug
., ed with a rose on the left side.A 'the club will know the identity of the Store. Each contestant must submit a
I : Randy Chitty served as best man. reception was held at the Starke y : judges which are selected from outside black and white photo. Deadline for
Ushers were Byron Terwlllegar,Brsd'I Woman's! ,Club where: {guests: Were of Bradford County. Also, prizes entry Is Friday, March 4. c
Carter, Terry Gaines,' Greg Reddish greetedpy Mrs. Harry :Hatcher, Jr this year will Include silver bowls to Junior Woman's Club urges all girls
(cousin), Stan Reddish .(brother), ,and Mrs. George Roberts Jr. the Queen and runners' up, compliments interested In the pageant to pick up
I, Doug Reddish (brother) and Dale At the entrance Into the reception of the' Chamber of Commerce your application and turn It In as soon
jptaas. hall was a. bridge decorated with ''Local Merchants and as possible. '
:,Mrs. James F.: Rhoden of Macclen- and flanked on either side businesses have given very generously For more Information call contestant -
!ny served as matron of honor, Bridal, with silk plants: decorated with this year, as In the past, in order to chairpersons, Christie Torode,
attendants were Mrs. Glen Moyer, white lights. Other plants with lights make the list of prizes and awards 533-2505; Tracy Torode, 0644166 or
Miss Susan Faulkner, Mrs. Sandra were: placed 'at vantage points very Impressive. Gifts will be award. Tina Brown at 9647955. '
j Crawford Mrs. Terry Gaines Mrs. ,throughout the hall. After the guests
Brad Carter, Miss Kitty Leasure crossed the bridge they signed the
sister of the bride) 'and Miss Karen guest book which was kept by Miss Methodist Faith-.ln-The-Arts SeriesThe : II
Norman. They were attired alike in Terri Parrish Potted ferns were hung
: teal tissue taffeta featuring high from the ceiling.All Faith-In-The-Arts series con- Other special activities Starke
t necklines, see-through yoke of schif, tinues this coming Sunday First United Methodist Church include -
embroidery worn off the shoulders.Acrisscross 'the. refreshment ;tables were School teacher
special! a special Sunday
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Mr.and Mrs,,Thomas A. Reddish Feb. 8, at 7-00: p.m with a
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bodice and very full covered with,white lace cloths. The' youth musical and a handbell choir at training program at 8 a.m. In the
IJ1 sleeves above 'the ,elbow ,com bride's ,table' was centered 'with a I First United Methodist Church in fellowship hall. There will be an open
tented the full skirt which was act four-tiered wedding cake topped With Doug Reddish, Mrs. Stan Reddish; After spending some time with their Starke and will feature the Youth house for the new nursery before and
t wit a-large bov..oo the left 'a nosegay of flowers that matched thebride's Mrs. Sheryl Jackson, and Misses guests the couple left on a three day Choirs of Gainesville. First United following the service this Sunday.
; side. They carried brass globed hurricane bouquet. Flanking the cake Mary Ann Corbltt Darlene Brown camping trip at Fort Wilderness, Methodist Church and University There Is a limited amount of space
1 lamps accented with' baby's' was the bride's bouquet. Cutting the and Eoline Green. Disney. World and three,days at the United Methodist Church In a special still available for children and youth
';1 breath and cream 'colored lace. cake'were'. Robert Dugger of The guests were entertained by the Contemporary Hotel. musical "Light Shine." In addition to clubs. These are Wednesday evening
.' streamers. Candles that matched the: Macclenny and Mrs, J. E. Hardy; band "Cro spolnt' from Gainesville this the First United Methodist programs that provide dinner, music

: girl's dresses burnt throughout the 'punch table.ln' the, reception from 8:30: to midnight, for dancingand The bride is a 1975 graduate of Church handbell choir vill be.present, training, Bible study and crafts. For
ceremony. hall also held the groom's cake which listening pleasure. Baldwin High School and Columbia A nursery will be available. further information or registration
," Little Miss Mikel Leasure, niece of was served by Mrs. Laurie Hall and ,Assisting in caring for the guestswere College, Mo. She. ,is currently call 964-6864
!, the bride and daughter of Mrs and Mrs..Diane Bullard.Presiding at the Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, Mrs. John employed with' Terwillegar Motors
Mrs.Claude I, Leasure,Jr.of Omaha,' punch bowl were Mrs Rhonda Dixon, Torode Mrs,,, S.>G< Denmark Mrs1. and: will be returning to her State -
I Neb. attended flower girl., Shane'' Mrs. Belinda Johnson and Mrs. Cathy, Nell Tucker, Mrs.:,,'J. E. Denmark, Farm Insurance Co. Job on Mondaywith ?
t Reddish, cousin of the groom and son 'Graves." ; Mrs.. W..S: Haas, Mrs. Frank MJtchell her office in Keystone Heights.Mr. .
;, of Mr. and Mrs.. Michael Reddish was'" .The' refreshment uble ,in the ,, ;'Mrs.. Joe'' GI81Y, Mrs.. Tom Reddish is a 1975 graduate of The; Social Side'Gladys
ling-bearer.: ;lunroom was centered with a' brass: C iey,- 'Mrs: 'J. l R. ,Reddish; Mrs.: Bradford High School and St.. Johns '
I Given in marriage by'her' father,. champagne: fountain. Silver trays Michael Reddish, Mrs. John Reddish, River Community College iri Palatka.He .
'' the bride's gown was candlelight sae-, held finger"eandwlchelk pieces of, Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr. 'and Miss also served two years In the Navy,
de-peau covered with a sheer layer of chafing; dish of Stacey 'Reddish. Mrs. Joan.Cl tty. He is owner/operator of Handyman Mooty Of The '
i t imported ,English} ,net,, ,framing 'a: hot horsd'oeuvers.Serving were Mrs. directed the reception. ,f* Fence Co. In Starke. .

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", Mass of 1943 Hostesses'for-the meeting will be Henry Hinson will celebrate his fl8th Bradford County .
Mrs. L/H.Jennlngai chairman,'Mrs.'R. birthday on', Sunday,. Feb. a,:,,at Svnlor
'J, Planning ReunionBBSclass A.'Green'Sr.r; \ Mrs. J.'A.. Griffin 'There aa Community Center with a Citizens Club'Members

d of VMS will hold a' Mrs..G.,.J.McGriff;: Sr:.. Mrs, Pain.. covered dish, luncheon. .between, the, friends brown REGULAR ELECTION.
meeting to plan .a, reunIOQ"at"the'Western ,Raymond Mrs:Curtis Sanders, Mrs 'hours of U and 1. JvAH lunch and enjoy: a .,,,. TOWN OF BROOKER
Steer Steak::. House en Sun- M.'Sarntlnoranont,Mrs. H..>Li Speers,:' friends and relatives are invited Street bag every Tuesday at.the' Pratt BRADFORD COUNTY 'FLORIDA .
SyjF.fb-: at 5 pm'Alf i"1'1'11' 'y'n.v *'< Mrs C., E. 'Steen,;Mrs.Betty Jo." aid plae.se bring. a covered dish.., .' Recreation Center..l.; ti 'I
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those Interested imnalpinktbutib,, ."'Mrs. Pat oggfpvcJ\ WliSt. ::bal ta0 f' ,.. ju. .)Ik'W' c FolloWing, the lunch and visitation {,,'!:"' ::"F '\\\ ti1 : I Irt"
tld"wi :Qi\; enjoy -J"
r a ingm.lhdg'poemsand'Y .. ._ ,
Ir* cannot>attend the.meetiDa I,pleaseSpntact ", ::1, RllckdeacbeT. ,*N: '''Cherl'Wall' I' ; 'jokes: then ,play bingo.: nfun rt ygfAtpcrx ss:,." "?'Y ?I';, t '."' .i
:Bobble, VaUnskl ,9&H09f. of Elector Initials of
Ronnie Norman 'I A warm welcome Is extended to all ,\ Signature -.to' E
.:AAark.:Women senior citizens In the county, to come '. .' "' x 51\\4'i' Issuing Officer

Woman's Club To Hay.nt.rnat'1 To Moot Feb 8 To% W.d Fob. 5 ,/ ,tMf..and and, enjoy the friendship of the club.' No. No. 1))
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Mrs. Wayne Mi.Wall announce '
Affairs' 'The Women of St. Marks Episcopal the approaching marriage of Junior Club Board ELECTION .
Program Fob.rt.The 9 ,Church will meet Tuesday Feb. 8, at their daughter. Cheri V. ,Wall to ,REGULAR
'( Starke 7.3Op: m. lathe Pariah House. Ronald E. Norman, son of,Mr. and ''To Moot Fob. 7 : TOWN OF BROOKER
Woman's Club will have ;
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Mrs Eugene W.'Norma .
an' International Affair : BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA' "
: : program : The Executive 8 ard'of StarkeJunior .
\, t, with emphasis on Thailand at,, the' Double'BirthdayColobratlon '. r The wedding will bean. event of Woman's Club will meet Monday FEBRUARY' 15, 1983
Sat.. Feb. 5, at 6 in the chapel at .
'. ..91uncheon- eetIna at 11 noon at"a.t p.m. Feb. 7, 'at 7:30 pm. at the
the club house. Sunday Camp Blanding. A reception will ,Western Steer Steak House. The I r
follow at the Officers Club. Initials ofSignature ..
ii Members are asked to bring arts Mrs. Clifford Rhame will celebrate Strawberry pageant will be the topicof ,
\ and craft}to be entered In the District her tooth ,birthday and nephew., All. friends' and. relativea'are'inpited. discussion.Rosha's. of Elector Issuing Officer : ,"
lout!Acts and Crafts show. .,
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Jrdi tt, Honored With Parties ",,tin\1\tIJ\. ,, .. .' ,'n}, CITY ELECTION r

Fed! 597 Ralford Road 'i'
984-7970
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boa 7 House .:, 4 TOWN OF BROOKER
i otr.; ,'whoser mar-< Steer Steak given by Mrs, ilex \

tgei'. Ste ii r Brewq will be an 'Anderson and Mrs. L. C.! a'iIY'. Hair l Cuts.; ., ; ,t . . $4.00 : ;, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA '..
fKFM Rf'JiiotJ( Irr,wai'Honored, at FEBRUARY 15, 1983 .
.' :'(1f'9vttlfth( jjjs+ .recently.." The dining table was'centered with' Shampoo &: Set' .,. .. .',., $5.00 'I.. ;,,; ] .',, .:.
arrangement of silk pastel! flowers. ',' '
',I t sail H:;: ; wofairnit Yt"" l rtt' ,and ''The gift table .was centered with. a Hair Color .1.... .. .. .' .'., .' ". extra $5.00' .;'.f.,'Make a Mark X opposite the name of the Candidate of your' choice. "'"
.; ', r jNaa Riven t Oi' tide-' detergent bottle doll dressed with kitchen Special ''.,'' ", '
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,:: or :UazeT Spa'trpaqat her, accessories 'which,was, I given. to ', FOR CITY COUNCIL GROUP III ,,P:

home In Jacksonville. 25 guest the bricJ .elect. Perm Wave (zotu) . . ..,. $17.50 .Vote For One Term Two Years, ,'n''+

attending.The Among the 15 attending,were the ,
home! of Mrs. Viola Gray in honorees mother Mrs. ,Charles FREDDIE L CLARK N I 1
the Thornton and mother of the prosper. L :?:' ,
HARRE "
; JOSEPH CEPHUS
s'hoower fontMiss
family dinner and '
\ bridal live groom, Mrs. Gerald Brown., SDAY; VARY 8 'I ..

oJfMrs' I Talcott: Stanley with West 50 attending.and Mrs: Stan__ Bradford High 7:30 School,Auditorium BRIAN TERRY THOMAS '.. ::W:, "I

'W ltehel1.d gave a bridal shower for', pmSponsored ;
"ijAlm Talbott at the home of the bride-, RnSTASSEMI3L'YOF.i GOO by Bradford Association! for,Retarded,Citizens FOR CITY COUNCIL GROUP IV ,. }

,"elect's mother Mrs. C.. D. ,Thornton 'Hwy U W. Wekton+"984.6971, General Admission Without'Advance Coupon $3.00 tax Included.COrt'S Vote For One Term Two Years 0 ,
1 ftj,n Jan. 11, at 7:30 p.m., :Pastor George Watson and .' ..
4'1 Two games' were played and i the.: 'sThe Congregation Invite You to' OLD TIMES 'I WILLIAM STEVE NIPPER -t:

.7 prizes were given to the honoree for Come and Worship With l Us 'ON STAGE! CLAUDE A. PRESCOTT .
,her kitchen! tHd* ftMM. ,. ....?...?, u.tv.M All .
Monk. W......,. 'f-' ? .,.,., ,,.11 AH W' .
oQtr Tuesday; Jan.* 25, Miss Talcott L E.'O.. .,)'.t,.......,,, ,.'.11 Ml'v I MWQ'-E.' '
v was ,honored at a kitchen-gadget ., "" GROUP V .
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: ; .: ''L'I"dm.s: i : ;EquipmentMarch f'I .' Thela.'Aea"Medkine: show. -;;to ,ayLArdinance'NO., ,, '. i982:2'ol' HARTER! ,the Town AMENDMENT of Brooker In Bradford v County i*_, I II'

"t ;:f\8 ; ;;.i .en on'Ctlllr'.Kur't.' "On he'floaq.. Florida. ;proposes Ie* amend:the Charter of the Town of Brooker btf} ":
VH CBS Evening News the body i deleting reference to Collector of Taxes
,. and; : r C/onklte1! defining / g6vewtng! : :
be Town
f Marshal to a
} \ ", !' I . Treasurer: and. Assessor; of Taxes;,requiring t
of i
l' .19V I 'deleting reference to non-existing powers Mayor; PI'Oj
resident;
: \ :,'. ;,? ''' '. ,' : -. { ,:,}, f. ,:tons ./Fun A Muito and viding tlttt of Chairman for Town Counll'S presiding officer; continuing -
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., Ole. Bleb" sat Ion; revising powmr;of governing body to Include all powers of
(/ : : : 1 1s municipal corporations, generally; revising provision for elections lij

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Saturday, Jan. 29. her 83th birthday i At Mlac. Shower MJ' Stork Show John- MngEngagement Richard Welty gave a'very info*
,; with a buffet dinner given by her \ ..Jwj!?, Honor. .I maUve talk on wilts at the regular
Announced business meeting of the Business
family and
) Bride-elect Chert Wall was honoredat
Mrs. Ronnie Whlteheadd was Complimented Professional Woman's Club.
Mrs. Martin Is the wife of I the late '' Thurs.!
Walter Edgar Martin. She has sic ... '.":(. a miscellaneous bridal "shower at ft stork,shower Friday Mr.' and Mrs. Steve Lamb of Waldo day,Jan. 27, at the Chamber of Com-.
Tuesday, Jan. 18, at the Hcilbron night Jan. 14
grandchildren 11 grandchildren and ; 1 $i by Mrs. George announce the engagement of their mercee Building.; "
three great grandchildren. ) Church Fellowship Hall. 4 ',< Browning, Mrs Volfle Browning. daughter, ,Karen Renee Lamb, to Miss, Della Rosenberg, president*
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Attending from Starke were her :ljq;:; ,: \ Among the'24 guests attendiiufwere. ,. Mrs. Edward' Williams, Mrs Curt Marine Pfc. John Phillip Meng eon of presided and called the meeting to
daughter and oo-in-Iaw, Phyllis and ... :;. !; {.Yi,". the mother, Mrs.' ,.Wayne"Wall Malone, :.Irso'1tiO!: Hague Mrs Pat Mr. and Mrs Paul Meng of Hampton order. Mrs.Novls Ward led the::)ub In
; Mark Newell formerly of Ecuador, and the prospective groom'smother Yarborough and Mrs. Wayne Lake. Wedding plans will be announc- salute to the flag, Mrs.Mildred\ Tyt ,
South America; her son Don Martin tP .J and grandmother Mr.. Blankenshlp at the home !of the latter ed later. led in club collect. .
Eugene Norman and Mrs. Ethel in
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and grandson Terry; her BOO Clifford i
!! Clemons. Games
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and wile Ellen,and children;and her
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The table was an Ar refreshments& were enjoyed by the 25 'll>* *BJB ls -
Yi I son Ralph and family. my/Navy cloth centered with '.a'strawberry guests during the party hours. The Physical'By)
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Ken his wife Jean and daughter.Jan ;,?i'
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bells and In bride'swedding lace cloth
From Florence Calhoun Prater.Ga.Also was her helping daughter her, '): .colors. At one end of the centered with over an arrangement pale green of and silk Fit for Spring 1
table were doll cakes dressed as the flowers
I In shades of pink, blue yellow
occasion Pam '
celebrate the were ;
j bride and her attendants. Punch was and Fob.yv 2O
Goolsby from Starke; and Dr. and also served. green. 2O% off Fob. 3 thru .
Among the guests was the
Mrs. Gustave Gabehnan from Penny ""
The hostesses presented the honoree's mother,Mrs. Vic Frees and
Farms. Mrs.Esther, Martin honoree with an electric grill and waffle Mrs, Lei Whitehead, \) Perms, Frosts, Tints, Glazes
Iron as a memento of the occasion tI o\oC
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Ulllon Martinez. .were ,Afl Hair Services

Carey Stalling MfmmTCmluK' ,Cam Cheap Body Wraps. 4:
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Plan Aug. 20 Wedding \ \\,.scaa
Non-Surgical Face tins ,
Dr. and Mrs. Julio C. Martinez of ,' General Medicine G eM.n 'SM JtAa

Orlando, are pleased to announce the .. Announces the opening of his office at \\ .,* Sculptured Nails lOrQ: ;
engagement and forthcoming wed acv 11"11e 1-,
ding of their daughter Lillian Maria to :STARKE PLAZA Manicures ""l"nw '- _.
Carey Kiser StaUings, son of Mr. and, 4 v.
Mrs. Tom C. Stallings, Jr. of I
(Next to Pantry Pride)
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August 20 wedding date has been Hours: 9.5- Mon.-FYI. ... Looking Styling

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Central Florida Regional Hospital. Tilley. wepe ,
Sanford, following a hip operation.Her r G !
daughter Is Cecelia Terwillegar; Mrs. A. J. Barry and daughter 1P jjtlES'y +
her grandchildren are Byron Ter- Adrienne and Mr. and Mrs. AI K. SI'B'oabT
\villegar. HI and Anne T. Nelson; her Carlisle attended the SoutheasternYarn
great grandchildren are Byron and Crafters Guild meeting in Atlanta s
Ryan Nelson. over the weekend. They were ac-
companied back by Carol Adams of SAVINGS TO 50%,
:; Mr.:and Mrs.Foster E. Whitacre of Decataur. Ga. and Treva Williams of
Franklin N.C. have purchased the Birmingham Ala. who are guests this >.
Howard Meyer home In Peerwood week of Adrienne. 7-- C''
Estates. Mr. Whitacre is an engineer, a
formerly with Ford Motor Co in Mrs. Flossie Prescott and Mrs. W. I 10gA
_ Detroit. S. Haas visited Mr. and Mrs. Keats 9 3 BOYS' USMEN:12 r .,
Sanborn in Jacksonville Beach
Mrs. Alice Barron has been Wednesday of last week. WAS 5 e3
transferred from North Florida 88
Regional Hospital to Norma's homeon Mrs. Ethel Jones has been transferred ALUMINUM a :
WEB CHAIR RADIODigital
.a 0PolypropyMtw AM/FM CLOCK WERE 14.85
N. Walnut St. from Norma's Home to Regency web- 5 cook with red LEO
Oaks Nursing Home In Gainesville.Mrs. blng.tubular aluminum WAS 22.as raadout Woodgrain finMi. QUILTED NYLON VESTS
Mrs. L.' H. Jennings spent the tram*Fold Wat.to muM or alarm. Nylon shSl I. poIyeelW"H." ..-
weekend with her daughter,. Mrs. Frank Mitchell is spending lor torag* Ing.Snap Glow_.2 pookMi. S-XL.
Carol McLendon and sons in Jackson- this week with her daughter and fami IIl'lEJIJ '.
1 ville. ly, Mr. and Mrs James Hardee in

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Tuesday In Shand's Teaching KlngsleyLake. r 1 FINAL fluouad polyMtar/cotton aorduroyWmlarn ..r .
Hospital.Mr. COST A lei. Itytod with 4 pockatl and boot-cut
Mr. and 4 r tag*. Solid colon ,Men's. 25.3e.Soy.''l-tS.. ,
Mrs. Jimmy Wiggins and ,,, WHEN YOU BUY,TWO ;
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Jacksonville were here Monday to weekend with his mother Mrs. Orie PRESTONEIIANTIFREEZE 6, '
help his father, George Miller, Wiggins. r 12 PACK v
j celebrate his 80th birthday. 4 AN Maaon protection. ALL PURPO.I! r A'" ,'
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,I Michael Tilley of Orange Park will celebrate their first wedding anniversary '
spent Thursday to Saturday with hisBIRTHS Feb. &. I od>ik car .;
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Mr. and Mrs. James Hardee of
Leesburg announce the birth of' a
daughter, Carrie Elayne, born Jan.25
at Lake Community Hospital in
Loren Michael BementMr. Leesburg. She joins a brother, Chris.
.and Mrs.Greg Bement of Ocala age 2V4.
announce the birth of a son Loren Maternal grandparents are Mr.and l' '
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great grandmother Is Mrs. Ellen Mit- +
brother, Andrew. 88MENS kt
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and chell of Starke. Paternal grand- 8 t Z s /
mother I Mrs. Annie Hardee and the
Mrs.Eugene Rapolls of Ocala. Paternal WAS 1.19 WAS O 18 WERE 4.07 WAs 1.35 ERE S IS WAS as M< WAS 18.SB8HERPA a5
grandparents are Mr and Mrs. T,. late Rev Addison ,Hardee of EAGLE'S JOGGER AM ,, KODAK "THE QRIPPER" MEN'S VELOUR SHERPA LINED LINED ZIP FRONT '
H. Bement Jr. of Starke.Birthdays. Lakeland. AFT FLUID RADIO COLOR FILMCHOUorCUeU SUPER OLUI POLO SHIRTS DENIM JACKET DENiM JACKETS WA
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Thor.sa Guthrie birthday Saturday afternoon Jan. IS,

Ce>Ubrat.s Birthday at the Madison Street Baptist Church
Recreation Hall with a party given by r r S '1'II
Theresa Guthrie celebrated her her mother Mrs. Mary Ann Toth.
11th birthday Saturday afternoon The sea shell theme was carried out
when her parents, Mr and Mrs. with matching cups plates and I eI l :
;Patrick Baldwin took her and four napkins and the room was decorated q !I
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girl friends to Alexander i Brest with sea shells. 1'7'
Planetarium. Maria's 30 friends enjoyed games WERE I ISai WA8 leer? Aa 11.U' WAS t.II 10,IS WERE 12.04 WERE 2Ay, ,;: ;
After the visit at the Planetariumthey with prizes, refreshments and break- PIECE EAQLI GALLON GRANULAR 9 LB. POOLTABLETS LADIES' LADIES' KNIT MEN'S EMBLEM ThatW'...
went to Show Bia Pizza Place for ing a plnata. SOCKET SETS MURIATIC ACID CHLORINE ,VELOUR TOPS. CARDIGANst PORT CAPS St.AMIK".
Ice cream and cake. Mrs. Brenda Roth assisted CrxXoa metric oratandard. Halts+Ig .growth. COnKO.prowtIt 01 Lang luting 3"tab- Son.,bah cottonedad,2 pock..aft >Aduttftt| > MWMaoMn. ,war4 Fqy!
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'1'1" there are two different short forms Increased ....'. '.3IM T :/ASI.48'I:''' ..... .... '.., ,YOUR ,,
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t WaiHwragh.t: Park; ,.,! Q 3ts. 66Spruced, Up"
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'l Bradford' County 4-irers. Starke this equipment i win be 'r"lade' functional Howard Jason Howard,4 Brandon

Womysn's Club Community Action by the 4-H'ers Macomber, Donna Macomber,
Club and Chevron cooperate: in the Work on the park is being sponsored Melissa May Frank Norman, Und
r, tint of several cleanup days 'or the'county's by Chevron, which donated $300 Norman Lonnie Norman, (Juswi t1 wr
only park, the Mary O.Wainwtla through the University of Florida Peugh Wayne Prevail, John {
t.Park, lat Starke. Cooperative Extension!: Service. Relchert, Michelle Stlnett, Rhonda.
"i' ". park 'des" w sj VIS '1WIHMVI1* Another $to was donated by the Stinett, Tammy Tattun and Tonys
W.t..iJId Sts. across from Community Action Club and the Tatum.
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the, County Health Dept. Starke Woman's Club Beautification Forestor Dave Norton came. to help
A target date of April 23 has been Committee donated 10 dogwood trees plant the trees.
set for the completion of the project that will be planted around the park Plant& for the perk.'include the pur.
which will Include repairing and painting as well as the capable help of Mrs. chase, of swings see saws and benches
/ existing equipment purchasing Mona ''Canova and Mrs. Marjorie as well as the painting>> and
new equipment planting trees 'and Thomson in the clean-up efforts. repair to picnic tables, benches aWL
cleaning up the ground the existing basketball backboard. .
Jessie Myers, local Chevron m An additional backboard will bo ad-
Special attention I II being given to representative was on Jtded and large truck tires will be partially
setting up exercise area to provide amore sent the *300) check toaExteenssi n*j' /'' burled to provide a play area for
healthy function for the park. Agent Carolyn V. Redding and 4-", smaller children. '
!"Our goal to to make the park a leader Norman Dowdy. The 4-H'ers "wish list" Includes
i healthy one. We will try to make between Extension Agent Alicia Hamrichand water fountains more tables and benches -
I eight and ten exercise areas on 4-H leaden Peggy Reichert and a sandbox for small children
the outer area of the park" said Extension TJ '
Charlene Howard were also there to and more see saws.
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Agent Alicia Hamrich. 'supervise and help in the clean-up efforts The nark Is owned
/Tbe.'k Is presently in bad condition. ty and the Woman's Club and plans
All six swing have I teen stolen The 4-" members' present were are being made for the city to edge
'aa well.one of the two see"_. The Patricia Allen Santa Barnes, Shan- the sidewalks and truck hi sand to fill a
remaining seesaw Is broken and the. dra Barnos, Gary Brewer, Jeff the holes that have been worn beneaththe
etbuil hoop is without .a net. Alt Dewberry, Derrick Dowdy Bruce swings LTJJ:

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Boy Andrews were
't., : phone 485-1344 Scout Master Stephen Hunter said guests of Drew Andrews at ;TrInIty
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.. Brooker Elem School..;. the father-son campout the Brooker College In Dunedin recently. 4 b f/ I
Boy Scouts at Camp Frances near In- Little Cindy Lou Countryman and i
'. ;The Brooker Student Council: will be' mother Anita will enter Shand's
selling valentines Fob. through 13. terlachen. last weekend was a huge Hospital GalneSV I. Sunday} Feb.: l
Three different sets, Garfield Heart success..x.Saturday' 6, to begin a series of teats before
and Sole,and Big Value, are available morning the young men; kidney surgery which Is planned for
along with their Scout Master, were
: 'during school' boura. There are from Tuesday Feb. .This plucky little girl
9-42 cards in each set Including one transported over near Rodman Lake ? I
has been making two trips each week I ; '
for a return 3Vh hour 10-mile hike I
for the teacher.The cards sell for$2 abort for the past two months to be placed
'- and the profit from the sales'will back to camp. Then Saturday night, on a dialysis machine. In checking, 9Y' 4flM
Into a fund to for Brooker's Troop No. U< Joined TroopNo.
go pay expenses a the doctors found In the past that little
i trip to Tallahassee in April for the 62 from Palatka for a rousing Cindy and her mother are compatableand
of and skits.
evening
'Student Council. programs
the youngster will receive one of
The returned home Sunday
fc Don't you miss a child's sweater or group her mothers kidneys during .this.
F other wearing apparel? If so, why not, with plans to undertake several service "{
stop by the school and check in the projects during the'month of We, the community and churches,
//lost and found' box. There Is a large February. are asking that you the public Join Is {
Fathers attending the outing were -
\! accumulation: of various items that / hi prayer Tuesday that the transplantwill
1 have been left In the rooms and out on Ken Starling Leonard Booth, Archie' be a success and both patients
'Smith and Jim Kendrick.
F |the playground come through! the ordeal. in excellent.

ry f ,: ".T.A. Meeting.... City Election:.*( shape.. Bike-A-Thon Chairman -:::::: t/ P' "J.
.The Brooker School P.T.A. meeting 'The city election for the Town of1 .
will be held Tuesday, Feb. 15, at theschool Brooker will be held TUESDAY, Needed.:..

beginning at '7:30 .pm. .A J'EB.15. at City Hall from. 7 a.m.to 7' A 'chairman: "needed r'the annual -'
musical program wW be presented by p.m.'The. "Wheels of Life" bike-a-thon in 4-II'ers. at Working at Wainwright: Park...
students In the Rlverland Music
area notice In .last Weeks column Brooker benefit St Children's :;
Club. This will be followed by a short, was Incorrect. We regret this error. Research to Hospital... ,_Jude._ County 4-H'ers are working oa a Community PRIDE and 4-H'ers Job Relchert and Melissa. May assisted by
business meeting'and classroom Project to clean-sp Wainwright Park surrounded by County Forester Deve Norton plant a dogwood tree. ,i
The event is scheduled for March
visitation. Around Town... .Bridges, Water. and Church Streets In east Starke.. At right. 4-H'ers Tammy Jo Tatum Patricia.Alien :
26, with a rain date of April t. .,
';:'Athletic Assoc. Formed.,' Sharon Fussell and Michelle Smith' The children's research hospital it At top, Jessie Meyers. ol Shuford's Chevron presents. a Tonya Ann Tatum and Shanda Barnes sweep sidewalks.The = ) }
a friend and fellow student of Webber research treatment'education <:see check from Chevron, through the Florida 4-H Foundation 4-H'ers will work on the park again Feb. 12 and "'!=
A Brooker Athletic Association was College at Baboon Park near'Lake a center where physicians and scientists to, from left, 4-H Extension Agent Carolyn Red-: March S. They hope to refurbish all play equipment and ,
formed last Thursday night, Jan. %1. Wales surprised Sharon's parents side by side have actually -, ding Community PRIDE Project Leader Normaa add 10 exercise stations to the park. They also hope the
The Association 'will represent the the A.D. Fussell's, with a visit over' succeeded working In rewriting medical Dowdy and 4-H'ers. Shanda Barnes and Wayne Prevatt. City of Starke will keep the park up once they fix It up. ,
athletic Interest of the entire Brooker the past weekend. textbooks ,through painstaking At left Green Acres 4-H Club Leader.Peggy Kelchert r(

community. 'A proud 'grandfather, Russell research and treatment advances.
A group of Interested parents was" Green, returned home Sunday night
> present and were instrumental a '
after,attending church services In
Events such as the "Wheel of Life"blk.thon
choice of electing a seven-member
Plerson at the First Baptist Church,
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raises funds to continue
board of directors. Board members
to listen to David Pussell
grandson, a
the research and treatment
B.In= K*Hamilton, Linda Robinson student at Stetson University, con,,. 'which'-we .freel,? shared-wlth'programs all'' '-1
I ev ht Phil Gainey'juiaio duct the services. Young David U the ,,
and research selentisU I
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ulams' ndJF-iI. ,' l1PAiIWtC'otth... .... ''t r tamuns-ttfmbenefit* J of''IW'wirtebeyond .
" 'BIIJIf "In a recent news Item on the birth of. 'its'' walls"to*'children{
-. ke an active part In Amanda Roxanne Futch, daughter of throughout the world. -
The Association will coordinate'svariety Mr. and Mrs. Charles Futch, the
Anyone interested In volunteering ,
of recreational activities for
grandmother with the same birthday
for .thle event callRick sEzzell at .
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a Everyone Is encouraged to da Andrews..We regret this error. : : ':" ,
I ,attend the BAA meetings Mrs. Anita Countryman and Mrs. the day J' ,' t'OIlE"Hl'liJl':/ :$....., r

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\ ':NIne students from Bradford High; 'represented BHS among about 400 and engineering at the high school, ,
{?.School attended 'the 20th Junior selected high school studentsfrom level Included speeches by IS senior
;&1ence, Engineering and Humanities throughout the state at the sym students 'on scientific projects: they ,
*,iposium at the University of po lum. BUS science teachers Jerry- have completed. Also UF science*. '
-Ida last weekend,Jan. 30-Feb: 1. McQrlff and Sandi Smith served as engineering staff members gave
-Julee Wise Tammy Mann Lori chaperones for, program and a two 'campus demonstrations and led, ,
lark. Kent Carver,.)hoger Dobbs, night .stay at the Hilton Inn discussions on such topics as
John Timer,Mike tnsas;Bernie The symposium, designed to promote -, ."Agriculture In the USA",'and "The,
Bridge, and CaLM, Roach research in the sciences, math Importance-of Humanities "

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cheerleaders from the freshman level Other award winners were Steve anywhere you're And be end- guts to fight it out But .he made .it.
to the varsity were honored last week Spell as "Outstanding Offensive ed up as our leading tackle" He'll get his degree"? '
at the first of the annual All Sports Lineman"., Jimmy Schoening as 'Even' though our abilities ware/ I, After Adams opening remark the
i Club's banquets of the 1982-83 school "Outltan ing' Defensive Back". .cheerleaders were introduced by
limited attitude
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1 year.Reaping. Melvin Randal as --"Outstanding sponsors Barbara Brown and Kathy
the biggest'of the football Defensive Lineman", and Brad said, reflecting on the season. He.. called Register, and both sponsors were
all three wins "great ones" the' it vi
honors passed out after a barbecue Russell as "Most Improved". opening'victory' over Baker County' given awards of appreciation from u N 0 F t
'. chicken dinner at the Starke Golf It BHS offensive line coach Dick whichhe- thanked the. ., the girls.
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Watkins. noticed until 'something of Letter Jackets weren't In to be
Augustine 'In front .all the ,old
Watkins was handed the Ronnie like a quarterback sack, but'he grad's't and the. "4ro f* 'ovalGainesville handed out at the banquet, but senior
Allen Memorial Scholarship Trophy said they are a key cog in a good offense Eastslde a 14-13 Win. players and cheerleaders were
by Debbie Allen sister of the late and added, 'I'm teHing you in presented BUS seta, 'and those
Ronnie, a BHS gridder in the early the fall we're gonna turn It around. "You Hums made it,you .who didn't miss pen got charms.
players
70's and Emmett gets the $1,000 coli Secondary coach Mike Hartley also tart." \told the varsity The JV and 9th practice grade teams were
+ i lege scholarship that goes with the cast an eye towards the 1983 season In attendance. "To me your like-- Introduced by'coaches Rick Stevens r,
.> award. Watkins, who was also pickedas when he announced that a Junior, Merrill-Lynch... you'rea' breed Keith Tetstone, Jimmy, and i
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said after the banquet bell likely use |back plaque. Guest speaker Dwight Adam also
-. the scholarship at Morehouse College "Most improved" Brad Russell, a praised the varsity players for being Coach Nurse gave special' awards
'- of Atlanta, which has shown the most two-way performer who came on part of a team, and spoke'to both the .to Charley 'Johns for working the
*"' Interest in his football abilities. strong on both sides of the ball In the graduating seniors and the younger clock at game "and helping us out so I_ : : "
r :K BHS head coach David Hurse called second half of the season., .to another players and cheerleaders when he', many ways'% to Sammy Eunice and
: it on Watkins time and time again as his Junior coming back. said.. "God only made one you. You, the Bradford County Sherrifs Dept;
: ;,1" chief offensive weapon in the 3-7 cam- Defensive coordinator Mike Sexton can be proud of that. i i for attending aU borne lamea and &
I ?, paign of 1982, first as a quarterback, said the 1962 defense gave up yardagebut "Be cut above,show some class," escorting the Tornadoes on the road :
\ flt: then as a work-horse tailback. In callIng pointed out, "we bent but wouldn't he urged, and then pointed out Gator for over 20 years, and"Super Fan" ::_ _
I' on the senior again as the Ronnie break at times. We had 8 goal line senior footballer Lawrence Patrick a Stanley Crawford, who has missed fa
Allen award-winner Hurse said stands." He said Randal was "one of 1978 EllS graduate,'aa' an example. Just 7 BHS games (home and away) in _
-tu "Emmett was willing to excel andm ; those players who Just wanted to play. "Lawrence suffered smw rtwmty, ( the last 29 seasons.
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I..' ,b:y Buddy Callings ',and sportsmanship..With It goes a '1,_ college scholarship.: ;
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'" Award winners at the BUS football banquet were! ale Allen Memorial Scholarship' ,' Nate Coley senior. 'Senior, erleaders.. ""Super Fan! ., ,-
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.0(> Jimmy Schoening "Outitandlng Defensive Back". Emlive Lineman1! and Steve Spell'()q tandlnl Offensive Thursday were from left. Khandlce' Stround. Kath, GlUivgham and squad denoting him .. ,8radtordHigh's;: : :
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reschedule and Coach Mike of maturity and lack of ex- 72 percent (13 of 18), and the inside, ;
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b.winning record in, what, 4 Feb. 11. uoran Bailamy a 44 14.n rnnete a IF.<''I'w..,No.*., -' ; Chan-up. :aiiswraJ\ 'tOT*; better, glmK.l.o1 ;: i
t ..qoyeanSexton noted during p Friday at Keystone it was a man l o.4,WaUUna'...4,Cartrt.-.>1,JohaaonMI "- '
l ir Tuesday. 1977-78 was the Bradford team, remembering a e Pfne.l 4-a L Chudlar. 1*4",,Wright: s H 41.orNefs'falrfna':: ahf iht. :'t 'r Yr. JA '
j -.f.BHS won more than it lost a ,0144III.t.. Potatoes a t t.aw
I pasting of the Indians from early .
nsTona W.1fIInt.e.. 4. Paydm.Vey 10. Quasi 'treats'ioa '141t1)a If' 1.11''
ft.UABT"
hardcourt, finishing 18-10 that month,against a fired up KHHS a--ar ''P a r n"'.-2"-' N.i "Bet em' Growing" ; .. iq. ;:tN..QJ! I.O. ,

I U RedPontiacWhfteWnebec'. :170;... : (!$ 9, GALLON' ., ?

Hawks 1-2 in GO .!1.4\1.:\ Reg. 3.97 Sm .14.18 7'.J.) .. 1
II i I Jackson's City League. Reg. ':

| c M1 MBw.7"! 1, a0 a.:; ,'A 2.3 I weeks before pUnBnjBareRooJ. : ;;:\

\1 I l _. The Hawks (7-1)) turned back beat 3rd place Stevenson Construction flu 3;Hatat II, WUllara 1,amok..,-ci.Cartar UL .
Olin's/Oldtimers: 61-56 Monday (4-3) by a 53-34: count Friday. ,
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to ,
I night record their 5th straight victory Oaf.Otik..w ," \
t I and stay on top of the SUrkemen's esws mAou..osacoeM..a.y..J...3. / Oiai.ini Baad a0.yw..eryM00W. 7. Ban 4, Parry u, t(. .. '
t basketball league. --.a'--N r tahar SI, Hampton IS,.Bakar JI, O. Carter 17.
I Jackson's Building Supply' (&-2) _. ".,, ....... White 17. Jackaoa. Alfrad L :-, -
matched the Slbtajr 1, 10 KotaU .. ,. 4, oNa.1 w.as a Nlll 70 Pac5cag+ dtrees '
J Hawks with two wins I ThomaiS.Thampklaa n Dyal 10 'exvTh II. t m nIn., ,. -: A fe after'ayer'fir' ( tong'' urvict ', '
I last week to keep pace in second place Sutton ,MclJume."icho! a.Nkx ease
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t< a C..M..II.I.I IB TSomal I. & BushesPlant greater of l evlrlulflyctHI'Ollon'
t and set ups duel for league leadership Oalnaa .. CoIl...... s, Cqmmlnga ... Rautanoi t, < \
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.u.__... Ksavy tfuty Uak and. '
Friday night, Feb. 4, at 6:30: at Uwla, P._A BI..adw./ : .. I. + "' i' proof IIII'IIfI '
O. Ckandtar a, M. CtiaixOar 1, c. Trees flow... ...joy tlw : it lene / t
i the Middle School gym.. t_ -TT.WI.H.IH atmailmni Chandler U, H. Chaadhr .. Ramp ChamtW It; pumpxIpM wsg l..l *g, .. .., "'", (
Chris Chandler,' Raymond Hudson, BniiMU ., McDuffla ., WIIH.ma t, Wy.5.MidMa l".Andan i. Gram i,Jaciani .. ',f3eneflES tef'Xeafa., H8..tenl lt.MJ.t l NMzzleo. ,
Wllaaa a, Burch 4, H1U .. Golden 0 Nktwla 7, I7 / 38tLfz." \
Donnie Jackson, and Harold Chandler.all ItA8aIe {
Thcmpaon ,.. __CoIiInp i, Ou inlnp .s, 1: 35881.,:
hit double figures as the Hawks wi.ni. ours III. Mack W, OJpla., Wool I, IAwtt...--.4, p....a. ', '4'21 'Rsg.4Y95' G
broke out of a 45-45 third quarter JoneafLaaU.H 'J..aM. .. I yatistsi rtg. 8.49 ; > I
tvI.M. Q' !
deadlock to surpass theOlln'sOldtuners. ,..hwft ,., M 'Mo".'tip" .1d6tafisti / ,n. !
aYO alt OaanaU t.Dy a)1e.5u4y.. ,'
) N 01lttw.nNk aaseatt PMeh .0<1"" ."
Milton Baker led .., R K..u.WhIr. .f, Io&i onn a '
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Hudagn 14, a Jaduoo 10"I'wI7" ,\ 'j20. titil ', '
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the losers with 15 points and Glen 'Harold Chandlar 10. C. Cinder: a. 011. 4. OUpia 1a wood 14.Jaas'10 .' Y6 6..fag; 6:44: r. rrk I"I' :. I "
Carter had a dozen. The Hawks also ,oss/,ctaHaiiM S.U;; Fb'f! Grit &,bty 4,Jaiaae j, 'ti
41t :-_ M.ch .1ne. /. .,". j 5191 ."_ _" _' _, ", "

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la..SMmwm ...Ui ekmp) # Garvin' r Ytlfi.eu.Ys4, 3.l9ti! :r', ';'';1.;t t+f 4.! ,: I. ''NH- 't s'"Ig- .. "I'ft
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B g tIifflng TrioMeets Youth Stars",

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State, Standards l Split Games



A trio of BHS welghtllft.ei-Kenny and Jerk- 230 pound, and Richard I_ In Alachua

Wright, Roland Colewan.. and May ban at :220! with a 440 totaL

Michael McDuffi- surpassed state Chris Cribbs.Brett Ruawell and Billy AU stars from the Starke Bee

meet standard last week a. DM Tornadoes Jackson took seconds in the meet. Department's basketball league for

lost 3-M in a'horn.dual. meet Top improvements for BHS wore by 8-10 year olds split a pair of games

with Baker County. ,Coleman, Spell, and Sam Tyson All with a team from Alachua at Mebane

Wright totaled 500 pounds to win the' three.jumped their,total's from the Elementary School last week.

16A pound clan\ In I last'Wedntwtey's previous week's meet by 20 pounds. The Starke girls rode the M point

meet S pounds better than the 495 Donald Thornton Increased his bench scoring of Momka Williams tq a 28-24:

standard, to qualify for, state. Colenum press by 10 pounds. win over Alachua, while the local

another division *' V MADPCMI It boys came up Just short losing 38-M..
'bar left-pound( W: I) Kaulenm:(M) no, nCbrb, Crtbbi (a) Williams was almost unstoppable,
lifter BHS, went..up a weight: claw Ut-MMM. .... Ttoaals (1M) 11III. I) Billy JariuonB i4+ defense In
to win at 181 with a 49S total also ( ) IW-M JW. i... i) .Bub (M) SM, f) BrettHUNK despite a triple-teaming
meeting the state standard. !! )7IIUaas.OF 1st quarter, 8, In the 2nd 4 in the 3rd
McDuffl; won the 148 pound'tlaq. I)) Mtehsel McDllM(B) BMSSO.. 1MKenny !), I----- -- Marshallhad
-- --_......... ..._u __ and 8 In the fourth. Stacey
with a 450.total. ,that qualified, film for' WT( M (B>M041-_ HI1)' Roland( CoJnm the other Starke bucket.
state. .. (B) iMjaveM.tt '
Other Individual( winner*" for BUS *.I)Bfm8iwU C81)M-BMet_D Bridies Coleman Strains for> StaO Qualifying Lift.,. In the boys game Donnie Francis,

(M) 460. 1) Hlelwrd MaytM. (B) SMintM.Mi Bradford High senior Roland Coleman met the slate | body weight) division with this clcan-and-lerk push last Glen Birch, Sheffield each

that were included Steve Spell the at team's US with boat ua clean total < *> .MS-XSMU.I) l-Bval. (M) 4*... 1) Donald ItiocntooB ( meet qualifying standard'US pounds In the W pound Wednesday, .had 8 points fore.: Devin Dever

added a bucket.



"Jazz. mid ,Celtics l ,Score. a Pair of Wins Apiece. in Starke Youth Recrea Basketball!. League Play SMfheeMiJem nWUIIame.IIIoawa..HoIkIa7..BIarl'l'he : : : M Nt .


league leading Jan (8-U and the 7!ers SMI behind the scoring of ..'.....,.,...II y ,'J:. 'dan..M.Lyn N .....ss.11.1.4 .IniS,Strickland.. Marshall. *.

the Celtics(5-4)) were otb double winners 'Lev Simmons and Isaac Simmons _.,._. '+ C5k4 LunolkachaodlsrawwIIQunmsl), S.IMa. Bob BuckwaJtar s. Mark Marshall s, _...,. e e M 4 M
in u-U year old basketball play. while the Celtic beat the Bullets-56 Le i Simmon( 41, ..... Simmons to, Alorao 11IIIamII'o.Jamas Martin. 10,' Billy SlarJBIU.. Draytoon, N.""'") 1Ana., Ronald Mill s. ( S 4 0 M11MKSi
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Jane RoI'AWU- Ins* -Mont.am"7
6uawa BI" : Francis S,Birch,.SMtrMdS Duncan t,
last McOk. and nipped the 76ers 49-48.! 1s.... Cacti Jackson s4 fan Brawn 4. Eugene: n.m Emanusl: ar war U Mmr Jackass +. PedrvCarterIO'Clor..WIIU.m..AJ...,.... Dever t,Bma a, Whttahss1 s,Trimble s.
The Jan, topped the Nets .7-43, and. Blye..u..P'a'ntIIII.Gem, w.l.ona Ceort WitJahmy Jadao l.,Ne, lSk4iii s,Claude KinIhr e.Legsi "
Ma'. "<.Jijr' i

_.......'. ..u....... .. ",'"
The BrodfofQ c-tr tereited m the estate to /lessparticularly. to It dot BEVIN G.; RITCH, BY: leuloh M. Moody NOTICE Land Use Plan Element

r:: Sheriff CXflce will; M|II| whom a copy of this ,described. at beginning. of L.wry end Rltch: Deputy Clerk and Mop I by Bradford

the. following described Notice of Admlnlitratlon/ Of a concrete monument Plaintiff's attorneys, 2/03 2rchg 210NOTICE JACK COURTNAY has County, Florida,In accordance

I property, to the highest. hat been mailed are required set at the Intersection of whoa i address Is P. O. made application for with the local

Y bidder on, February 7. WITHIN THREE the Westerly right of way Box 1029 Gainesville./ SPECIAL EXCEPTION for Government Comprehensive

; 19B3 (Monday)ol 3 P.M.: MONTHS FROM THE line of State Rood 100-A Florida 32602 on arbaloni OF INTENTTO No. 03, Package Stare, Planning Act

Notices ,ptoc of ole: rodford DATE OF THE FIRST and the Southerlyright) the 29th day of REGISTER Akohollc' Beverages to at 1979.. provided lor In

'. County Jail. Vehicle may PUBLICATION OF THIS of way line of the War Febru iry, I 1983. and file FICTITIOUS NAME the Bradford County Chapter 143 of the

::' be I InlpllCfecl. to"eol. NOTICE to file any objection nee Branch of I the- the Igillol with- ..h.cierii' Board of Adustmenrt| .en Florida Statute
'. .m THE CIRCUIT COURT, NOTICE O p SALE, *.. ... prior ( they may .have Seaboard Airline at this-Court eUherbelori STATE OF FLORIDA property thats
OP THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Notice: Is, hereby'given >> PROPERTY TO" IE that challenge! the 'Railroad and run thenceIn service en sold" COUNTY OF BRADFORD classified CG. and TO:: All Cltlxens_

CIRCUIT IN AND FOR that. pursuant toe SOLD: One s.och"1980 validity of the decedent' a Southerly direction Plaint ft'. attorneys or. described below payer and other Interested .

ALACHUA COUNTY.. Final Judgement entered ford, Foiraionfa ;4 door will the qualification of along the aforesaid Immediately thereafter; MARK V. OLIN Northwest corner at ...... ..

FLORIDA. December 20, 1ft2''by (.dan. VIN the .personal 1 represen Westerly right of, way otherwise o default will. hereby gives notice that lot 19. Keystone Oaks
Cole Numbers tile above entitled Court OK92D203300: totl".. or the Venue or line of sold rood 14O feet bee erect against you he Intends to register (business' part of PUD) You end each. of You

11.t.CA'r: In th* above styled'couw DOLPM E. REDDISH lurlidlctton of the court. to O point on the North for th relief. demanded with the Clerk of the Clrcult > located f miles South of are hereby and herewith

Division DIN the undersigned SHERIFF ALl CLAIMS DEMANDS line' of NWVi of SW/4. In 'he Plaintiff Court for Bradford Stoke on West side of given. notice in accordance

'united StotfM Marshal of, BRADFORD COUNTY AND OBJECTIONS which point It I HO feet "Porec oaure Complaint'' County Florida the fktltious Hwy 100 In Section 13, with Florida

THE MATTER OF any of his duly authorised FLORIDA NOT SO FILED Will East of Northwest comer, filed September 29. name of "LAND Township South Range Statutes that the Board

THE ADOPTION OFI deputies. wilt sell the 1/27 2tchg 2/03 IE FOREVER, BARRED. of NWV4 of SW4. thence 1982, and ,AmendedForec OF DOUBLEWIDC HOME' 22 East. of County Commissioners .

MICHAEL',CHRISTOPHERTHOMAS property sltwaie/ In flrad- Date of the firt continue In a Southerly osure Complaint CENTER" and to engagein The Bradford County of Bradford

,, (I"v" ; ford County. .Florida, TOWHOM \ publication of this Notke direction along said rood tiled November, 4, 1W2. business under that Board of Adustments| County Florida have

described o.l 'IT MAY CONCERN, ,of, Administration; right af way line;70.23 DATED; ,January 21, fictitious name ,with a will conduct a public doeignotod the Bradford
NOTICE ACTION ,For a point af beginning principal. place of their County Zoning end Planning
., i January 20 1963 ; feet to.a concrete rnonumenttf 1983.) hearing at regular
.
', commence)at the business at 1029 North Board. to conduct a
REFERENCE! t: Doris C. Thompson'As thence continue { nBERT S.:BROWN meeting ,held on Tuesday o
TO:'.Thomos 'Jon**,' Address -i ;Northwest. comer ar the, SALE'. OP. ,, FORFEITURE ?.. : Personal' along sold right of way CLERK OF THE COURT U.S. Highway 301, February 22. 1983 public bearing at a

Unknown: Annie( .Nor lliiwst Quarter of VEHICU ;" "R.prsenbativeof South 6 degrees 2 BRADFORD. COUNTY Westslde. .Lawtey, at 7:30: p.m. In the Council regular meeting held at

Mae .Jon...' Add,... the Sou-et" 'Quart 1 Iho Estate of minutes and 50 seconds FLORIDABY Florida, 32O58.BY. Room of City Hall on 7:00: '.M..ln the Council

Unknown *of Section 9t Township 7, .'TIMi Bradford County Joseph. M.Thompson,, Weil i,123.43 feetto) a :Marion McRae MARK V: OLIN Thompson Street. Room City Hall an
South Rang .2:?!..East will Mil Florida.At Thompson Street
Shwllfi Office Dee........ concrete: monument at Deputy Clerk Starke.
and to Whom It May Concern Bradford County and KM following described the.beginning of O curve, 1/27 4tcrig 2/17 DUDLEY. HARDY P.A. this time, all persons Starke, 'Florida on Tues j

.from said point of beqlnnlng. property to the Mghml.bidder ATTORNEY FOR said. curve having 'a ..... ...;.............,,' BY: John H. JOII... Esq. will be heard concerning day. February :22I 19113.
(. run North oa-33 30"Easti on Monday, PERSONAL radius of 440.:26 feet and P. O. Drow..I030Stork. this application and mak. a recommendatlon -

:YOU ARE HEREffY 395.0 feat; than run' February 7, 1WJ. at 3 REPRESENTATIVE: being concave .t. the IN IOtICUITCooltT.EIGHTH .. .. Florida 32091 .. specified In the Zoning to the Board. of 1

NOTIFIED, .that the. ''"''-, South,11T30- Cast,:90.0 ,P.M., .plot of solo, : BradV Earl Brown Northeast thence. In a JUDICIAl., (9041964-5701( ) ( Codes of Bradford ''County Commissioner )
CIRCUIT.
tlon for Adoption has 'feat; then run, South ford County Jail. VaWcl., 341: Cost Forty Ih3t. Southerly direction along Attorney for Registrant County. and the Board will consider -
IN AND FORE
.bn filed "by-, Daniel BT33-SO": (( ,West 150.0Feet may b* bup( ct'.d priorto Jacksonville, Flo 322r2Tei.phon.:1354.906' the arc: of said 'Icll..... 2/03 4tchg 2/24 L.M. Gaines en Monday. March 1
Thomas"'and Ethel lee' then. run South soled along sold Westerly right ADIORD COUNTY Director 7. 1983 at 10:00 A.M.en

Smith. Thomas. for the. l'1SM" (oaf, 32.69t;, PROPERTY TO BE' 1/20 4.chg2V10 at way line a :chard FLORIDA. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT l itchg203NOTICE : Ordinance relating tot:

.adoptionMichael ,then run South e8'53'30" SOLD On. each, 1978Chvvrelat ........................ 'distance of ...57.... to EIGHTH JUDICIAL The resorting of the

Christopher. Jones, 'wwhite West,' 2490 feet mew.' Blazer, yiN IN THE!CIRCUIT COURTEIGHTH a concrete: monument.MIld CASE NO. 52.474THE CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR following described property -

) male child born 1 :run North I'l 'Sor West. CKiiesziaoirr JUDICIAL chord distance .having FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY and amending the

February>> 179 'In 1224V to .the paint of Sol. 'accerdJn9''toPlarido. 'CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR o bearing of South 0'dagrttM BANK FLORIDA EVELYN KITCHENS... Comprehensive Land
Florida and beginning, ,Statute Section: 38 minutes and AT STARKE.\ Case No. 81..88-CA Use Plan to provide that ..
Gainesville, .BItADFOllDCOUNTY.NotI2'41"'CA. { made for "
.at public. outcyis" th* .w."ea... : Wool thence 1It.\.InS-pooot! lann.sa. itoU'\'l'\; :: '. .. .. J'< ; application. .lands currently......tA ../
,nre ;;rresjulred to 932.ny-siv tw .oUI u. A 1 F _.dI.. .. '
Yyou. .. .. '
't ) IheH'
and)
$pail's' : R .con ,,of your \highest. and. beet bidder rb ..... CL \{ .:r.i::" ';" ;.4 !I6.r -.x:; miTf't: "" ..;, 0,,,, ;? VNolg 1 13'.;; Group Living "deslgnatea Agricultural' y be I '
.
4111III .,. dine ....,.'," p-wwr-wjuj-" tINt now2.00''dc -,,dP>'j : LAND (.i,'I, ,10', .r'yYI a..d ; ..A/conde/ ,','..... Florid....'l'Ir.1r/'II" 'I-!Zit;)7'rt r-cc Facility roto the Medford plan as
.. / !
FEDERAL anddesignated
'' rezoned CO.
a' IN I RE: to
Y5"AN :
l the"retltion on thepetltloner's -. 1' ,k Noon an l IM POtIOCOUNT'f.. ; ( : $ 18.za': ', to r. ." County i,Board of Ad-
Plain I
I. ... "'. ift The Adoption of General
'
4. .5OHCbIt.
attorney, February 16, 1983 at th., .FLORIDA Plaintiff.vo. : monument ftntivMntv on
properly .
front door entrance of: .thencetNorth 6 degrees 2 VS KYLIE ELIZABETH JOR- Commercial the property
0. .
SALVATORI,. /272tcngT/,00 MAR BROWN. that is classified. OR and.
*. N.. 1stStreet th., Bradford ;County JR. and minutes and 50 seconds DAN of MARSTON JORDAN
MOLLICA. ,40 ? r J. M. EDWARDS Defendant. described below
NATHAN
Post Office Box Courthouse 'of' Starke. uL. ,..J BETTY L. EDWARDS, hi. .East :210 feet, to a concrete and WILFORD One acre out of described a* i
JORDAN follows Ono((1)) acre out
Florida.. monument,. thenceIn : :
494, Gainesville. Florida wife, and VALERIE" J. NOTICE OF SALE'PURSUANT parcel 4760-0 1 6OO 'In Section .
of 2OO ft
32402: rand III. the Dated D.semb.rr" HAIL' .Tru",. In. a Northerly direction TO 7 Township 7 South parcel 2081 on
original answer" or 30. 1'IfI2. .IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Banltruptcy. far ,J.,M. Ed'wards ond .parallel/ tq th.Wst.rly CHATTER 49Notk NOTICE OP SUIT Range 22 East, '-tocft'Ao Hwy. 301 and 209 ft.
PROPERTYTO In Section 10.
NO
pleading In th* office of Richard: L;C*.. Jrt ., FORSRADFORD.COUNT. ,Jr., Cose. Not'' right of way : miles South of Starke deep.
United State*Marshal;, ., *. line of' said State Township 6 South, Range
the 79-OOOM United States
of Circuit ,
the Clerk off East side of Hwy 301
; .
I I. that OLIVE HAWKINS East located two I
given 22 ,
:
Middle District of Florida FCORIDAPROBATE Highway 210.23 feet to aconcrete
before the Northern
District Court. Ave.
Court on or ) ., off Evergreen
Final Address off
: > pursuant to a JORDAN miles North of Startle
CarlonaD.MillerAssistant ; DIVISION monument,
af :
District Florida The
2nd day of March. 19S3. Bradford County
dated
Unknown. West side of 301 for
tall do the United States; File Number e3.O6CPptvision Galnetvllle. Division and thence Easterly along Judgement Board of Hwy
H you / to so ) Adjustments)
ol Janu iry 31, 1983. In GeeNo. YOU ARE HEREBY General Commercial for
K Judgement by ,default AAtIGnWI! for 1-3433 VALERIE J, HAU.TrusteeIn the Southerly right will conduct a publIC'hoolng
line of. Seaboard 82-474. of the Circuit NOTIFIED that an action retail and outside
will be Plaintiff,1134tchgo Bankruptcy Betty L. way Courjl. of the Eighth for Adoption of the at their regular
rorn.fdimadadh ;: INRE-RTATtOf: Airline Railroad :21023feet I
Case No. : display.ore
for the Edwards,, meeting held on Tuesday
for
the Petition .!..... ... ........... JOSEPH THOMPSON. 7900097.' United State to point of beglnmIng Judicial Circuit In and above named children February 22. 1983. further given
Bradford County, has been filed againstyou NOTICE that a of
copy
AND, ..DacaoMid District Court, Northern all in',Section 31, at 7:30 'In the Council
DONi. p.m.
NOT CIOF ,,' Florida.' In which THE OLIVE HAWKINS aid proposed ORDINANCE
ORDERED at Gainesville.Arachua .; INTENTION:, ICE' District of Florida, 22 Township East.PARCEL. 6 South, Range' FlOftlDA' BANK AT JORDAN and you arerequired Room of City Hall on .h available for !

: County Florida TO REGISTER .' Gainesville Division: STARKE a banking cor to serve a copyof Thompson Street your Inspection at the office
B Sin In
ADMINISTRATION( : acre
OF
that Uln day Of January. CONAGRA, INC. aDelaware Starke. Florida.
FICTITIOUS NAME, ; af Is.d and your written defenses af the Director of
19$3. PERSONS l Corporation; Southwest earner existing laws 1 At this time. all pen
the the
under If to It. on plain.tiffs Zoning and Planning City
any
TO AU HAV- NEW of SW'I'. I>>oyndadW..t
SOUTHEASTERN will bed"
A.amrnt POWERS sons concerning
Pursuant,:.te Section of Fl rlda. Is the Plain.tlff attorney whose Hell Thompson
INO ''CLAIMS OR ..by West 'line of .
Clerk of the Court 869.09, Florida Statutes.notice ,.DEMANDS AGAINST THE LABORATORIES, INC.I'JOHN ; NE'A of 5W/. North by and MARY BROWN Is name and address Is this application Street. Starke,'Florida.
av:Chaitsna Thane.JU..peegpNy i.I hereby given A. TO.ODbALACHUA the Defendant I will sell Han, E., Coleman a* specified In the Zoning Each and every Person
",ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL Stale Rood S 100*. East
!'1..t.l! CI"" : that' .the undersigned:' ,OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED -. ENTERPRISES., MILtiNG .by .private road. South by to the highest. and bestbidder Mod en, 6O3 Edward Boll County.Codes of Bradford having any Interest
Edward and Jean for cash, at the Building Jacksonville, whatever In the enactment -
: IN THE ESTATE'YOU South line' of NE'of
tIA$$. ,JEFF McMEEKEN l.M.Gaines
"ubmltted" ; ( door of me : and file 01 this
sol olnt front 32202 proposed
Oognon : or ( j,ARE HEREBY ,d/b/o''ALLEN'S'' FENCE SW/4 of' Section SI.Town.hlp East I : Florida Director
i.If" owners, doing business Bradford County Coonthoul. the original with the ORDINANCE should' appear
"IS NOTIFIED mot the>odVmUiUtrotlon COMPANY MARJORIE 6 South Rang !
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2/03:
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rOtlVATOt1E under* the firm name af 'of the and '22 Eool. : .. in Starke, Bradford clerk of the above styled tchg and bed" at ibis.
ROBERTS ATLANtIC
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O.MOUICA STARKE AUTO AUCTION. estate'''aS.JOSEPH ,M., NATIONAL BANKO"JACICSONVILLli PARCEL Co All of Sec County, Florida at court on or before Limr and. place describe'
Counsel for Petitioners. P.: O. Box ))77. Stark. THOMPSON. deceoMd. lion 36. Township. 6 11.00 a.m. on February February 28, I9B3: otherwise NOTICe OF'
409 N.E.1N r fo Florida.32091"Intends to \ as 25. ._. the following a hjdgoment V maybe A".LICATIONREZONING. FOR BOARDOf'IflAOf'OttD .
File Number 83-06-CP. )III Trustees. Under the Will South, 1t.l1: East, lying
:*Poet Office! lox 6,4 register said fictitious: described property set entered .....I"IOUfor AND COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS'
; pending m'I me Circuit of C A. Roberts Dec_ South of Railroad
L FLORIDA
"" ;:a .. statute/ ,. ty. Florida. Probate Dtvl.. BUREAU MUTUAL INSURANCE WVi'thereof lying ludaetnent In complaint or path. LAND USE PLAN., BY:Gilbert. Brawn '

Dated this IBth day of scan; ,lh..i address of COMPANY, '6' South of said rbllraod c-allh.NDN. tion.WITNESS ,. ORDINANCE licho4ieo
tr An amending 'I
,1/204tchp2/10 of Section hand and .1
; 1983. A.D. hi theost comer
January my
; : ,. which l I. BRADFORD Florida corporationsPIONEER and LESS AND EXCEPT the Comprehensive. t
Bradford County12O4tpdV10. 21. ,Township 6 South the seal of sold Court on
,. ...'.....,' COUNTY' COURTHOUSE DAIRY HERD that part<< of '''' of;SEV\ ) ,
Range 22 East and run February 1, 1983.
STARKE, FLORIDA.' TheBeraonnl IMPROVEMENTASSOCIATION lying West of the East I
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'Nona ;..j :tl.I M'IO"West 950 Gilbert S. Brown
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representative. FARMERS line ol Late Rowell. Sourly
PUBLIC NOTICl !
.OPMRENT101'i of the e.toie to DORIS C. ,MUTUAL EXCHANGE;, PARCH Di N'/l\ of N14 feet 1 to centerline of Clerk ol said Court'

TO REGISTER ,CALL FOR BID THOMPSON" whose ..... UNITED ,STATES. OF of NWVi, LESS AND EX. Seaboard. Air Lino for BY:BeulahM., Moody j ValentineLoveMessage
FICTITIOUS NAME drew l'e(Route. 2.Box 601, AMERICA acting CEPT all that port of NBV4 Railway Initial point At Deputy Clerk
4.' Fk 33666. Thename of NE'/ of NWVi 'tying. Simon J. Temple's Subdivision 2/03 4tchg 2/24
.vn-t}r4o Socifo; Rid Is Weby"'coiled'tot MelroM, ) through: the, DEPART and centerline
: and oddren*of the.peraonal South and East of'thecenter
by the Town af MENT OP THE TREASURY NOTICE
849.09 Florida Statutes, of Canter Street thence I
,, .,o0 I:...and to to.be eub.Fmilted' ,. INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE ,line of Alligator :
notice) I I..hereby given, : Creek- 'all 'that 01'NWV.oINe4lylngW. North '77' West alongesnterllne
In sealed '.pr..."'.""' totftarney TATE OP : port
that : the. undersigned.) of CenterStreet 'HENRY e. BROWDER
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Nt forthbekwv \ Deadline
the clerk of are ;; DEPARTMENT!
envelop to FLORIDA i iOP
1244.4 feet: hat mode application for
DON ,.HILL.: ,idle or (aim of the ,.center line, of
.busks.. .. theTown of !Brooke P<1O. LA.Oltr..AND': thence South ir West 19 SPECIAL EXCEPTION for .
owner. doing all that "
Alt persons having Alligator Creek: '
Ron 127. Bfoka v' 4 i EMPLOYMENT': SECURITY of
eFHILL for ,the ,point No. 08. Overnight Camp
under the firm nume claim demand part of SVt\ of NEW 01NWV. feet !I
Florida. XtU3,! Ofbefor or DIVISION :OF EMPLOY. '
an .. North
AI't'LIAJtICIItlPAItI. thence Ground to the Bradford
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'' ofthe' beginning; Friday Feb.
lying Northerly .
tne-mmt Inco'rear..WiTHIN.fl4
i7Wp' .m.f! ,oniTuesday. "; ogalnM MENT SECURITY CUR-
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'209 St. Stork. ; 72: :West 1$3..1 County Board of Adjustments -
S.WcJmrt ." FabraoryL .,' TISS BREEDING IN, center; 7 line of To Be Printed Feb. II
ils1-, Intend to South 1",Woe on property
Florida, thence
THE / Creek all that
MONTHS' FROM Alligator ;
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'OUST.I*$.. IMC.,. 'aDelaware1 ,
!register;.'.'sotd fktttiou. I 14s.was 1".r. / +s... DATE OP THE fIRST. corporation,,,)? part af $4 'of NWVi of' U3 i I Meet along .City that I is classified OR and
South 72'East described. behnyi
name .."d.r the PUM.ICATION Of THIS' NWVi tying northerly of Street: thence ,
(.. each: d/b/a -, CURTISS feet thence Four ((4)) acres out of
B
.fartakj statute.! of |I93 FEELING
NOTICE,:to file,with the, BREEDING SERVICES the eenterylInt, (
Dated tHU 24th day of .month, once*inonfb. .kviteHs / ) ; W. ir East 289 feet; parcel 4714 ((88 Acres) In
clerk. of the above court Alligator f Cre.ki' and all North\!
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AVERA Jy
cos"wats
.January A4>... 1983 mBradford .aw invHtrt. a. written".setem.nt of'ennyclotm rCAR".,' { that part of the,SWVi afNWVi thence South 72" 193 feet;' Section: S, Township r I V j jH
onand'eff'as
County,,, demand af Mr Stole Rood No. :200. South Range 22 East, '
lying Northerly
'-' ... ... Must be en all'I or OttfVfWHeWft, n V
;Florida.s ; ,thence North IB East located IVi\ miles Southof
of
; tne .Hwy:MMK:.:.hcm4 Bach,,: the centerv'\ line
and vj aU* owing < Road off Steel. Mill Rood
1JP \ Stat 301
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M : ; .In1S.ctlon6..nEsohip,7' along
claim must be lot\ writing NOTICE .AC'Qt-
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C.r :. r..I doy.Ihrtst' .Irve In ,the t tpIsNd OP thence" far '
feet Overnight cam
.aar..0 r 'I.... ,'IndlajMe, the ; No. 200 150
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name and.......at the )RislslhHra Urrketawn'tWAY pARCMl All
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feet .point ,
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editor ooeiit or of the
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end the ', NB'A! ly .I'-'YtI-.oI/
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their
;" StON Broekaw'.*, amount dalMe*.. K the' .y.. AT ACTION tof ,the cent the North IS feet of Hearing at < regular "
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\ Page I2A TELEGRAPH February 3, 111II3 ,

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Like Batting Practice... :: : ':..;" ',, ; Softball :,League, Meetings

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i I; 28 HR's Hit in Inter-squad Game ; ,' .',ri: ,.." '4A ; 1" : ,Iti ; Scheduled, Feb.:'21", ..22

Too bad, the Tornado baseball team collections from the fundraisingevent.
i at BUS, can't hit off the pitching The Starke Recreation Department has scheduled organizational meetings i!
machine with 300 foot fences every "We'll definitely be doing It again, for the city adult Softball leagues > I
day. we'll probably ''start around 9 a.m. On Monday, Feb. 21, the Women's League meeting will be held at(6:30: p.m.
I The Tornadoes socked 28 home next year." at the Old Armory, followed by the Men s League meeting at 7:IS. On Tuesday I
runs, stroked 110 hits, and scored 74 Top hitters In Saturday's marathon Feb.22,at 7:30 the Men's Church League meeting. will beheld,also at the '
runs all-totaled Saturday as the Grey game were: Old Armory. I
team beat the Scarlets 48-21 In the For the Gray team: John Bennett Any teams Interested In participating In the leagues this year must have a
first annual.50-Inning BHS intersquad 9-for-23 with 9 HR's and 7 runs; Ran- 'representative at the league meeting. .
game. I ;dy Alvarez 8-20, 4 HR's 7 runs; John Also, any church interested a league should con-
Because of a muddy field at BHS David Francis 7-18,1HR, 1 run; Mike } YtiY lactjhe Roc. Department. If four teams, ,are, interested a meeting! will beUmpire'
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the all-day ballgame was moved to Waters 7-19,1 HR,4 runs; Mike Chap- .
Edward's Road field and the crisp, pell 4-22, 2 HR's, 6 r-tlMj; Gerald to Gather ..
J'eb.15.
clear day was a hitter's paradise. Brown 6-23,2 HR's, S runs. Tuesday '
The Grey's John Bennett crunched For the Scarlet team: 'Richie yll4f All persons interested umpiring'for' Softball and baseball this year are
9 homers out of the smallish Softball Fender '9-18, 4 HR'. 7 runs; Andy asked to attend a 7:30 p.m. meeting at Pratt,St, Rec. Center! Tuesday night,
field's confines, including a couple of Chaff 8-14 1 HR; Rick Welch 6-18; fy N r 4 7x + ".b. 15
tape-measure "taters". Also for the Jason Bennett 7-20, :2 HR's, 3 runs;
Gray Randy Alvarez added 4 HR's, Shane Johnson 6-20; Darryl Wagoner
Mike Chappel and Gerald Brown 6-18, 2 HR's; Mathew Widener 5-19, Pells Will Talk
socked 2 apiece, and Mike Waters and and Keith Kehoe 4:18; with 2 HR's and
John David Francis both reached the 3 runs.

fence The for. Scarlets homers once.blasted 11 out Oldtimers Need to Call... At Gator BanquetCharley

themselves, with Richie Fender Any former BUS baseball players,
leading the way with 4. Keith Kehoe, interested in playing In the BHS Pell, his wife Ward, and,
Jason Bennett, and Darryl Wagoner Oldtimers game should contact coach s w UF assistant coaches will be the
each smacked 2 out, and Andy Chaff Hartley. guests of honor next :Thursday night,
had 1.The. This year's game Is set for Satur- Feb. 17, when the Starke Gator
.. difference In the score, which day, Feb. 12. Quarterback Club holds its annual
t was sort of a "who cares" issue Hartley suggested the Oldtimers season-e id banquet.
", anyway, was in the errors column, meet for a little batting practice this The event starts at 7 p.m. at the
where the Greys had just 7 miscues to Saturday,Feb. 5, at BHS. He will sup- Union Correctional Training Center.
23 by the Scarlet team. ply batting practice balls. grounds with an attitude adjustment
hour and hors d'oeuvres, with dinnerat
"1 was disapointed in the errors like Tourney Opens Season a p.m.. ,t
; dropped fly balls, there was too many Coach Hartley has Initiated another Theme for this year's banquet, is r
I '. of them," BHS coach Mike first-time baseball event for Bradford '"Country Western Night" with casual
said. "But as far as the Infield goes High- a BUS Invitational basebal: country western wear and an 'old
thought they did pretty well We had tourney.The 4-team round-robin tournament fashioned country'dinrer planned. '
I just been on the field once in 10 days between BHS, Baker Count Biding Time Between Swings... Tickets are S10 per person and
t of practice (because of the Union County, and Middleburg will available at the following locatlonnStump'
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Catchers Tony Diggs and John Bennett ( ) and en-deck batter
.( weather)." open the 1982-83 season with games titling Andy ., Leila's, Chamber Com-
f Tuesday Thursday, and Friday Feb. Chaff chat between Innings of the. 50-lnning Bradford High lnters Hartley said the idea went over merce, Dr. Bill Marchese, andJessie' Ward Paths
I, well, and had high hopes for money 22, 24, and 25. Saturday .Lounge.



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WrestlingBradford .11
High's unbeaten tandem ;
i of Michael McDuffie ((12-0) and Tom
Pierce (11-0)) have been tabbed as top '
J seeds in their weight classes for this .
,
Saturday's district 5, class AAA {
j wrestling tournament at SuwanneeCO.
High in Live Oak
The tourney is the first step in the trC
ladder towards prep wrestling's team
and Individual state titles with the top
4 district finishers'in each weight : Valentines & Gift Ideas J Q
class qualifying for Reglonals next
weekend at Lake Mary High in central 9 Beautiful Hallmark Valentines are the very best lS

BUS Florida.has no dreams of team glory way to tell someone special that you care. The'Office 3'

but Individuals, especially McDuffie .'"4 Shop at 110 W. Call Street has a wide selection .

..and Pierce, have asptraUons.4W -, .4 < ... of Hallmark valentines to let you'shard YQur.lovmg
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{V+ pound weight class which -also In- '- thought Just the way you want tbexpraf&'thenv"'; ,
,j, eludes 2nd seed Michael Bryant of on Monday, February.14. The Office; ''Qp'also has a .

Gainesville Buchholz,Paul O'Steen of lCM host of Valentine gift ideas, gift,wrap.Tartyware,"; '
Suwannee, and Cary Lumpkin off Valentine
and decorations for love This
day.
f Alachua Santa Fe. Bryant has lost only -
I to McDuffie, by a 6-5 score while C Day, Monday, February 14, give a little"bf yourself. SJ,
I O'Steen and Lumpkin also have fine give a Hallmark card from The Office Shop at 110 :
I marks. (1 W. Call Street Starke. rII
Pierce is number 1 seed at 116 '
and became odds-on II The
pounds an
favorite to sweep through that Office Shop ,.
bracket when Suwannee's defendingstate ,
102 pound champ Larry Cari i !mo W. Call St, Starke,FL ,

wise, now a 116-pounder, was kicked _t"i- 864-5764 I
off the Bulldogs team. .' .. .
Others getting seeds for BHS were ; .'
171 pounder Teddy Bresee (5-3), 188 ''J' iI
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< t' 'II" .:7ftEaton
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pounder Michael Early ((0-5), 123 ; : i'' ', '
pounder Tony Williams (6-6)! ), and : Connoisseur '
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unlimited man Donald Thornton Great Selection t'. : '
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ij (7-3). Q ofHallmark
Typing Paper
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\ .The Tornadoes finished, up the Valentines & : es'
regular season with a 1-9 dual match ; Matching
j record after losses to Baker .
and Lake Weir last week. County All Styles & Prices '$:' : offu '
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For BHS Girls We Have Hallmark .' '.:;",I.H\I ', Bill Folds ,(, C: 'I{ ,
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I Bradford High girl's basketball' Peanut Valentines!:;:t i.,, .' : ": ; ; "' .>';' ,Regular $13.50: :,;" 4' adz, :,

drop team to lost 3-11 3 more on the games season last but week don't to 36 Valentines,- 6 each of 6 designs) f, : 'i, ,:,.,!; :-t. ,,t, ;V. $9' 50' ". ",' ,; ..1'$ .
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think it's the same old thing ( .1 ;Sale j .
everytime' $2 20 ; '
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out for the Lady Tornadoes. for .36, Ii ', I" ; ". ', t II .. ,11 .

1 There wasn't much similar about ihe ) $"" +..A. ,..'' .K'" ... "'.o..( ,., SJ::
three last week. ,
f, '" In the games first* at Keystone,'the BHS ', t., -.\.,, ",'" ",, I" ," ... ..... ''j" ..,,( '<
(iris stayed dead even with the '" m '
, favored Lady Indians for 3'' .A -" :
> quarters WI J '
I before Gainesville faltering Bucholz at the bombarded end. Then lC : MirroredButterfiy 'II' "...,';0"..i .. ', .... i.:; "
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Bradford 61-13 In a game that wasn't [ 'Hallmark I': :; .. :"-'. I' ; :"'I" :
much of a'game.' Finally, Tuesday ; '
night at home, the Lady tornadoes ;c PARTY GOODS; \ ,. and FlowerCandles ; ; :i ; '
started slow again, falling behind ,
ItMlddlebura 18-9 at halftime, before ,IP j Napkins, ,Plates, Favors, Deoiratisns ''a,1 '. J ;
e' roaring back only to lose 30-29 when a ; :; :;; ; < ': -
last second shot refused to fall. For Home or Officg Parties ,
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> Alter being outscored 7-0> In the second lC- 1 **C: '..% -, .,$1599 $17"pwav "' '. ; ''J. 'i
t period to trail by 9 at the half In "h' W ( '
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the Middleburg game Tuesday the ,,; r6.; ; ,".... 1 '
BUS girls caught fire. In the third .... ... ,, '
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'f from Queenie Berry(8 points),Vonda .G Ii;" t ," ,. I.,, ,, : I. !.",: ...
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Kay Hall (5) Cindy Strickland (6)), I" 'D'
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i .i Marla Reddish (4),and Connie Carter I.. ) ecorav t: "
(4),the BUS girls actually surged intoa :, '. Large 'AssortmentPicture +, : "" : '. ,, : I/("
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I' 23-22lesd on a bucket by Carter early r i Rose ;: ,' arela1i i"
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I WttlT 18 seconds to' gw Cindy 'Stick'+ r"Il S #u .wiui mgssages
t Strickland grabbed a missed foul shot '"' ".<".;I' 'f" ',." .. ,. "
j f and put the ball In to bring BUS to ." ',;)' I' -8X10, $4' '25 I
i ; within 30-29/and when..Middleburg r...' "e '' 98$1: jd "
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tried to throw long bomb downcourt i 1/2 If'1' r, I.' .
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1 ( and out of..bounds- give BUS the .iI .." i" I ppflCflt't j'.I ri'IS.i
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final shot with 11 seconds I Id go. "' h "V' I "
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I *t : timeout .to1' map strategy, the Tort ,. I ,I
.nadoes worked Uw ball in and Berry .' 1 1-- "
got open for a long Sl-footcr from the v 7-f n NMAnuB '"I"! "
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I right wing with :a ticks left. The ball ? h'M'
s..o.w ," hit the front of the rim and lipped out d'ic) .gd' .1.
I and Middleburg grabbed the rebound ,
to preserve the win. ,iit.'. :" oJ '. .

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'a found that groups of workers could tip of the iceberg when it ;
Paraquat,. a herbicide who Y name treat more trees with the process comes to all of the various fields the
gained, national prenunance last year, manually In the same amount of time different divisions of the company are
when Florid drug enforcement than the automated machines C I1ld. involved In.Hercules.
gents sprayed It on marijuana crops; "Men on foot can cover some of the \ also operates the largest
ha* now bbyyexppeetrti a more produc- t'i roughest terrain that the machine\ commercial: manufacturing plant for
five use based In Stark Y t couldn't handle" the engineer said graphite fibres in the United States.
working for the multi-national Her- "Breakdowns and repair are also Located near Salt Lake "
4IJleI atlon. 1 l& !, difficult when you're operating far 'plant' highly skilled craftsmen 'i
%' Hercuta employees have been exi 4r from a decent road as our crews frequently weave the graphite like threads Into
acting da "resinfrom pine tree do. Men are. more versatile In everything from high performance
wump* for a vast variety of commer- tough situations than machines. It's sport equipment like fishing rods
4 Jai product alnco, 1919 when the heartening In way" and tennis racquet to control surface
company was formed), Company employees are' also for the latest Air Force fighter
|The so-called !'origlnalstllnd" pine t I 4R steadily expanding the scope of their planes.
trees, the old, large Yellow Florida stump harvesting operation by going "Company officials are currently
pines that were here When the first rtr J y Y' i ''Za + back ,Into some areas in search of exploring the feasabllity of constructing 'I
Wttlera came to the state were full of Yellow Pine stumps, exploring dried the solid fuel boosters on the
:resin. and it was easily extracted even up lake beds and pushing deep Into space shuttle out of graphite,"
with old-fashioned technique*. formerly Inaccessible swamps. Ruckdeschel said. "Its an exciting !
; Now however, those original pines: "We've found that the new project we're looking forward to In s
are long gone, at least here In the technology particularly in some of the future. Graphite has all sorts of ;
Bradford County area and in most of the larger equipment has given us advantages over the steel material ,.,
Lbe'' timber lands across the the opportunity to re-evaluate many currently use but the biggest advantage '
*toutheasternU.S. areas we had pretty much counted out for the shuttle would be a '
J Later generation pines planted In previously," Ruckdeschel said. "We tremendous weight savings. This will I \
long line* and paper production anticipate that the Piney process will give NASA the chance to bigger,
yield man average production give us a substantially better yield in heavier and more profitable.payloads
substantially less of one third the the near future but we are always Into orbit."
amount of resin from the old generation eager to find any Yellow Pine stumps The company was also going to j
tree, so new methods. were, called we can lay our hands on." build the launch tubes for the MX I
I for. After the stumps are harvested in nuclear missile when the Carter administration '
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Now Hercules personel are busy in 'rt the field and transported to the com was pushing It's
forest land across the southeast try' pany's main processing plant, they racetrack plan of movable launchers.
big to Increase rain production of the are chipped in a machine with large Hercules has also long been one of
new trees with the Pinex process. blades then washed and heated to brthe country's major manufacturer of
,During their dormant winter season \.; :;Wo< ing out the resins which are an In- explosives and smokeless gunpowder I

when their growth slows the trees are Head man at Hercules... tegral part in the formulation of over in munitions for the defense depart-,
I Injected by boring small bole at a 30 examine meaty stream eftc*. more than Z50 paces of heavy equip- 100 different commercial products. ment.
degree angle Into UM trunks and fill Hercules Engineer Bernard Raekdesehet owned by r the multinational .corporation. The company also has a Research "The company produces commercial -
ing them with a very dilute solution of i..meoftb. wheels hb men at the company's maiatanence. Rackdesch and:his fellow engineers have been busy Center in Wilmington, Del. where, explosives for construction work
paraquat Whew the trees begin to 'shop on Edward's Road refurbished. The men tn the assessing the potential. of the relaUvly new new Pines pros scientists are busy looking for more and smokeless powder for artillery !II v
grow again In the wanner months Starke plant are kept busy. repairing and modifying a cea. t j? .' u uses of the resin. shells and other types. of munitions
the solution acts as a mild 1 Irritant. months because the low demandfor located on Edwards Road stay busy them perform better and more effl- The remaining woodchlpe are promptly Ruckdeschel said. "While it used to I
Company. Engineer Bernard forest products In general" he' when the industry I is going strong due '''clently. In the field with less down time fed Into the plant's boilers
I Ruckdeschet explained what happen said"So first of all its good to be back to the'fact that Hercules opera" for repairs," Ruckdeschet said. "Our. making them almost completely. See... Hercules... n
I next. :on a fall work schedule.\ feel like around 250 piece of heavy. .equipment maintenance men here are continually energy self-sufficient. '
1 f'Plne tree protect, themselves we have good people here so we decided at any one time.' : looking for ways to, make 1mjfprovementa. -
from heat,"disease and other outside the four day wek was a better way, Some of the equipment Herculesemployees ". They look at it as a
Irritation with their resin," he ex through the plow,period than In Starke have modified challenge. : 1
plained. "Tha presence of the para. laying anyone off" include changes In the undercarriages ;., .The Pinex treatment was first per. ; Open Monday Feb. 14 v
quat solution when ,'diluted with 'Another thing .we've been 'very of the company's log and .'[formed on a large scale by the company ,
water; forces the tree to increase its 'proud of our employees here for are s stump pusher for for extracting the two year ago and Ruckdeschel "
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.resin produclotn accordingly. The some of the Innovations they'have .stumps and the field loaders or large..J).I said this was the first year the com- ; :
preliminary ,result aren't all In yet come up'with on some of oureqr1; ] p-' hydraulically 'powered; gatherer puny baa 'made a 'successful and \
but we.are very pleased. ,, with. ,.the ment/' hA continued. '"They have ''which load' the) stumps, 'onto the" '".substantial. harvest.and a full evaluation Valentine Cookies & Cupcakes
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results so far:' modified several!, of our pieces of ,.trucks.
<'aRuckdeschel"is'also'pleased with heavy equipment perform better, "The' exlra'citou'used' during: ."We think there Is great promise In .

the fact that the Starke Maintenance .,: out in the field We feel we have big, harvesting have pushing attachments this process and the preliminary
hop .to Ur* center for the, relatively, "'advantage over the original manufacturer which dig in and; lift the stump out of.' ilts" we are seeing bear this out so Shops '
new operation and h* say* that local'personnel accomplishing these changes: ,. '' bit ..V ;" r, he aid;"The process has to be : Pastry ;
art rtsjxwttug'wall.here to the j,hete ,'\Ihoii''JO t : ,UIMca1i1.! what out men oosjkkmVtmf j e two i year before the trees are
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had f like at peopleleei.There are very* '7iF"'!' nlor e
By Marcia Goodge get, kidded: sometimes,
teem to talk to, so when they find,
1 j' BCTStart Writer"How talk practice if I sign a song through
who knows sign language
"I ? sure I know all the words,so someone .
do you sign the word } will say, 'I wish you'd hush I,' it's a very pleasant surprise little )
'thunder' to someone who has never I haven't said a word. But once When Pam needs a Inspirationto ,
: .heard thunder So many of the 41"ar the. ..found .out that I really didn't deal with the problems of an interpreter
church songs say things about rolling r was !) them to draw attention to me, :she gets out the quote she carries -
thunder and I just have to sign'rolling fir I left me alone. I get nervous with with her by George B. Joann" titled -
Human
'noise'," says Pam Whittle. Inter- the : ; people watching me," says; "Interpreters Are whichson
preter for the deaf at Morgan Road says in part "InterpreUra mu.thave
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Church. hands lot when I talk the wisdom of. Soloman the
use a
Baptist my
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Pam has been signing the services 'the I catch myself signing things at, disposition' of a Iamb the endurance
at the Morgan Road Church for abouta when I talk to them. Th*, of steel and the grace of* kitten.
year and a half but she has been are descriptive and the aon Interpreters are asked questions
practicing sign language for about to of the signs look like the words/,1.. ,\* avout: their ability to Up-read, or can'
three -, they read btalle or why don't all deaf
years.The church has two deaf members says.works at 'T.O.&Y.: and )a people, get their hearing aids. so, they
Mr. and Mrs: Willy Cashmore, who rest available there to help deaf wdn't\ need an interpreter.
would be unable to hear the message "One little boy was really' '!And then most people assume they
and the singing if it weren't for Pant the ed to find out I knew. sign are; making some kind of manual
who took over the Job of bringing the point and could talk to him. HAt shorthand\ or semaphore,. with their
service to the Cashmores when the ., comes and "finds me If ,114 arms Instead of using a distinct
church's previous interpreter moved. ; ''' ,' fish in the store. Not many people language with all the difficulties faced
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"Thin Is their church as weU as sign language unless someone by the expert translators In the
ours. They can participate. In the service family is deaf," Pam says. United Nations Building. .
and they enjoy it, says Pam. sign you have ever been In a situation "Interpreters are people usually
"I didn't go to a school (to learn I I'r and you were the only person you verrry busy people,occasionally very
sign language), I learned from the rl' who spoke English you might tired people" seldom very unhappy
Cashmores and a book. I used to sit in to understand how most deaf people.
front of the television and practice interpreting -
," says Pam. ., "

Sign language language and Is the an dictionary entirely different of \( Takes Over 113,000 Acres !

signs is a lot smaller than Webster's. ": a
"If I don't know the sign for a word, I .." "' "i the 113,000 acre Wlthlacoochee the .Wltwacoocnee ,River mat runs
change it to a different word spell it ::01"" ". '" Forest was deeded over to through I It, consists of four separate I
out or sometimes even make up sign "" '":. ;' know after the final payment on a tracts !in the counties of Citrus, Her-
for It," says Pam. ,*" f' best installment plan was made in nando, Sumter and Pasco. There are
"Like the word 'rocket,. there Isn'ta 1982 some 89 miles of hiking trails horse
sign for rocket. I might spell it over Pam. state purchased the tract in trails totaling 38 miles numerous
and over again and then just sign 'R rr on for about$54 an acre a total cost 'nrture trails and a 2,600 acre area for
going up' and 'understand?" she the $6.1 million. Today; ; the land, off-road motorcycles.The .
.says."Interpreting. word timber are worth an estimated forest has 25 campsites,!
is fun and then million. "It was one of the best several of which have water, electricity
enjoyable' says Pam, but it does' along estate deals Florida has ever and bathroom facilities It also:
have its difficulties. "Someone once ," said Agriculture Commis-
told me that signing for 30 minutes is Doyle Conner. See... Forest
the equivalent of six hours of manual forest, which was named for -page 1*.
labor and I sign for two hours every song I

Sunday."It's hard to Interpret for someone too they," Whole House CarpetSteamed I
if they have an accent or if they talk "
fast. Sometimes I get finger-tied," Cleaned

says Pam. The Silent Minister...
"You also kind of have to have the
right hands. It's easier to sign if you Mrs. Pam Whittle learned sign language.>o deaf people !In the Morgan mal $
have long slim fingers. Once I had a social ,59.95FurnitureCleaned
Road Baptist Church can"hear" and feel a part of the services. owl
band'aid on my finger and I finally here.:




I Farmer Interest Rates Drop on USDA : $39.95'ft|aS5.:


Interest rates for loan programs of .afford the full interest rate, will drop get credit elsewhere drops from 14 to from
the U.S. Department of Agriculture's from 8.5 percent for operating? loansto 13 percent. The rate for real estate Sofa & ChairCarpets g;
Farmers Home Administration drop- 7.25 percent. Limited resource purposes remains at 13 percent. in
ped in January due to a general move farm ownership loans go from 5.75 to Interest rates pn long-term loans -= season
toward lower interest rates across all 5.25 percent. for soil and water conservation graz- for Dyed '
sectors of the economy and because of Loans for actual loss due to natural ing associations and irrigation 'and It
lower costs of federal borrowing, ac- disaster interest rates remain at 8 drainage of Indian land acquisition, The CCI
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V Interest rates for farm loans elsewhere single family homes d frosb iL&to.
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Department of Housing and Urban Florida Carpet Cleaning
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will drop from 11.5 to 10.75 percent. The production loan interest rate to rowers remain at 12 percent. and & Dye Co..
f Loan interest rates for "limited farmers who need financing above 1
Y resource borrowers" those unable to the actual loss loans and are unable to Rural renting housing loans go .' 17w'A"I 782-3559 ;

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Turkey hunting can be habit- management Area or taking four hen mission's Wildlife Alert Hotline at )
forming, and when it Is done Illegally turkeys during the closed season. 18003428105. of$25
the habit can be expensive according Three weeks later Land was again ar- Concerned citizens may remain a
to the Florida Game and Fresh Water rested for attempting to take turkeysover ..
Fish Commission. bait in the Steinhatchee Wildlife
Monroe Randall Land age 62, of, Management Area.
-Cross City was arrested on November Persons interested In reporting Starke Family .
24, 1982 in the Steinhatcliee Wildlife wildlife violations can call the Com- Alligator Farm; '

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The driver of a vehicle which truck: '
the wall and building at the Eastern V f.
Oil Station in Starke was arrested on
several charges and booked Into the
county Jail despite her Injuries according -
to Patrolman Wayne Wil&l inson.
Dine Syllna Almerica. w 4
charged with driving Intoaxa-

icated, careless driving, driving witha Wrong turn...
restricted license' without a license 14\ i p people I were Injured In this ,
driver in the vehicle, following the ",w y "ebl.e.:when, It became airborne on
10:19 p.m.accident: : f' uJt'' r US-3CI and crashed Into the concrete .
'Almerlca'a cart a 1979 AMC:left the 'ir 1 I ny block: wall" and storage building
roadway on US-301.bit a rise In the r ,s w t?, ii behind the Eastern Oil Station tale
ground and became air-borne for :24 ,y f .44\// s Tuesday night. Multiple charges are
Feet.The vehicle then hit the roadway d'Th ty r'' "3;"' y, flied against the driver of the Ins
on South St.,, travelled across the ; AMC.
roadway, hit another rise and went t + Patrolman Willie Searcy examines '
airborne again. This time the vehicle windshield which lies beside the
truck'the concrete wall around the ,. r r wreckage.
service station and Impacted against j
a storage building causing severe
damage, said Wilkinson.Almerica .. _
was treated.by the rescue ,
unit and transported to Bradford
Hospital. After being treated there
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Ricky Wayne Wall and Gary Weg- .."" '
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also injured, they were treated and fI f- '
released from Br.'t'ord.Hospital. :&s _: ,

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'$100,000 Bond Set Judge Crews said the high bond was shredded paper or a wad of ;napkins Clarence McNeil, 28, of Alachua The/Eyeglass Store
In response to what he considered and your money Is gone. --,* County was arrested Jan. 31 for driv-
For Starke Man' community sentiment that Newham .. .The amount of money lost over the ing with unlawful alcohol blood level .
David Leon Newham of Starke was poses a danger to young people. weekend. was less than $100," said and having no valid driver's license,
arrested Friday for parole violations Backus. ,i according to Marshal John Hodges.
according to Lt. M. L. Sibley. Flim-Flam Men Strike, ,. ":", Bond was set at $500 for the DUI
,,'Newham.was' placed under' a, and $73 for the NVDL. McNeil was .
Twice In .
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$100,000 bond by Circuit Court, Judge pays''Two released on his own recognizance. Prescriptions filled Lenses Duplicated
John J Crews.' ., local men were' taken In the Arrests For Traffic ,' Soft & Hard Contact Lenses. Repairs and Adjustments
..Newham 29, was found to btdangerous 'flim-flam"game over the weekend Violations Last Week.; > Presciption Sunglasses' Gift Certificates
to society said Judge' by the same two men who appear to .
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Crews and only a cash or surety bond' be operating In the area, according to, Jerry Bowman, 38, of Duval Countywas Man ArrestedAs
Wilt. release him ,from Jail. Investigator-Steve Backus. arrested for driving while intoxIcated Disorderly Drunk Quality, Service, Super Savings
In August of 1980 !Newham was The scheme.is the same,you are approached Jan. 27,+ according, to from '
found In possession of more that 20 by an Individual who asks Patrolman E.! D. Phillips. ', : Robert I E.!: Simmons, 24, of Starke
grams of cocaine and starting servinga for a ride and offers to pay you to do Bond was set at$300. Bowman was was arrested Jan. 28 and charged The Eyewear Specialists
.five year probationary sentence. :so. Then when you reach the oV-tina- released on.his own recognizance.: with disorderly intoxication according -
Since that lima Newham--has, been tlon you are asked to wait and hold the to Captain Scotty Rhoden. ,
charged with nine I probation, .individual's money until be comes Charles Eugene!: Crawford, 27, of Simmons was in lola Little's Cafe
violatons. .back while he leaves with another in- Bradford County was arrested Jan. creating disturbance and was askedto J
'/i; An order 'of release, on' his dividual. You are asked to put your 30 for driving while hia license was leave. After refusing three warn- 964-8588
December release on recognizance: money with his to show good faith and .suspended,according to Trooper Keniteth. ings to leave and becoming bellgerent LOCATED AT:
issued by Judge Wayne Carlisle was place it under the seat of your:vehicle-, Ethridgo. ,& .Simmons was arrested. US 301 S. & Edwards Road OPEN: Mon-Fit 9-9:30
1",voked.'Also the$5,000 bond,order of wrapped In a bandana. Bond was set at$200. Crawford was Bond for the DI was set at$500.Sim- Across from Community Bank Sat 9-1:00 1
: release on January 10,, .1983, was Time proves you are left atone In' .released. after he posted a surety mons was released on his own
; revoked by Judge Crew your vehicle with only a bandana and bond. '''*'!: recognizance.p' .
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:Gainesville, 3131-62 N.W. 13th St. In WINTER CLEARANCE
-the Taxpayer Service Area, and in (
:Jacksonville 400 W. Bay St. in room J' Medical Transportation,
athces'are ,
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In which taxpayers receive basic Instruction 148
on preparing their. tax ruaxesrea
returns. The IRS advises that people ; Bradford i ?J 1
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Through this system, tax- :' Prictd to Sal Dearborn

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Wincoo' -hlini ing' trophy 1 (, '. .r'.Jr

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By Mark Frledlkn on your dog because when the woods ,- \Mil;
BCT Staff Writer get rough you have to slow down" .'. ,
The scaring lends Itself to a very ?
I One of the area' premier coat f.,
the
nervous two dayfor hunters
BUS student Shaun Ritch bat '
hunters
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because only the top 20 of SIS will earn Combination. :
done it again capturing 10 place from Winning" .., ,:
, enough points to qualify f9r the World
329 of the country': top hunters and Hunt. aWl shades Bhanit Hitch art'fly
their dogs at the 18th Annual Championship Hunters are awarded 100 points for' 44 "Rw foitkhd, award-wlnalag hoped Susie. .
American Coon Hunter's Association v' Ifi pose with their latest trophy.The pat
strike" when their
a "first or dog
National Hunt In Orangeburg.. S.C cause ta loth oat .f MS boaters. the
sounds off after the
entire of hunters picking up scent ..."
Leading the group 1. Annual Grand America ComIluntlac
and another 100 actually treeIng -
points
until the last few minutes of scoring the The ChaupSnulil heM Jam:, xaad
over the two-day event Shaun and his themselves coons.left unharmed raccoons alter s fa Onmgeburg, S.C.Ths" Mg
faithful hound dog Suzie qualify with the score Is recorded.are Y ,fl...lh. ta Ik* ast .event qualifies
this win for the 1983 World Champion- 'The scoring took all that night and yr '.Shaun, and -ftnto |W the Hpewntag
ship which will be held In Ohio next into the next afternoon," Shaun said. y, worM clumplouhla la Octob iv3when : a|
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October.Shaun' high ranking In the -nationals "You really have to stay on toes n ;r1'.r! f 1&
because you never know who's going .. .,
of hours and hours
Is the result 'I" !
to come In with a good score on you ,. ",:
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of training with Suzie, who was also especially when your're-holding a fir .. :.il :: I .,<
awarded the "Degree ofChampion" ,. '
recently ;\
lead. ,: : ,
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American Kennel
by the And holding a lead he certainlywas. ,., .. .sy, .
Club Inc. for her outstanding performance ', d 'hI. ) ,
Shaun at the head of the list
was
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and accumulated points In the : ; t.l'
'in the undisputed number one position .
bench shows which are a preliminaryto \- ," '.' ,
with minutes to ,
the weekend hunts."She's Just go on Saturday 1 ,
afternoon. When the final
scores were
done well In the :
always" all added up Shaun had slipped to 10th ,
bench shown Shaun says proudly as t
but when consider the hundredsof ,
enclosure in you ..
besides Suzie's ,
he stands : experienced hunters he and Suzie v

his back yard. "It's but not Its as fun Important and the surpassed It's outstanding for a person -* JIM ..-...-. ,
as the main hunt his age. I'm going to let her breed as the dog does at fhxt"says Shaun
hunters got a chance to get togetherand "If you ve got the right dog you can -rr..e: looking forward to it and so who started learning the ropes about, invited : ,> \ :' '$
show off their"The structured rack: up the points," Shaun said. "I five yean ago."The moat Important AH. arc ./ : '
hunts are couldn't beleive I was in first place With Suzie's-- qualifications her thing Is to build up a .kind of ''Installation :
the best in both the to tile of t
to bring out for so long with some of the guys they papers and most of all her outstanding understanding between you and your ,'
hunters and their hounds. clubhouselate had out there. They were the best record In competition Shaun will dog so you know what each other's doIng Rev. E.R., Hooslcr ,. 4
The hunters leave the hunters I've ever gone against by a probably find her pups in high de out there ,on a bunt on a dark: : :
the shadows .
in the afternoon as long shot. Suzie,really did the Job mand. night." at tbe,Starke ; '
begin gathering over the so-plus aere.pread. thoigh." Hounds that are already trained Shaun''Is' looking forward to the
They go which out in groups combing of four"casts" Shaun Is looking forward to Suzie's fetch a very high price as the sport world championship but he can" be i .United, ,Pentecostal.Church,.t.; ,*
called begin first litter of pups when the 'world grow In popularity Shaun said the->". forgiven If hers a little nervous about ;' "' ". '
the countryside for the elusive coons' championship In Ohio is over. Then top previously trained dogs conv the trip. A;;. \ ,, .W'eciDesday/ ary 9 .f 4
end
In a all-night hunt which won't until the long training process begins again man up to$1.800.00 more when they '/ at i
four a.m.. with one or two of the most outstanding are sold. "I've probably never hunted with, ; : ,7:30 p.m. ,
"We know they're out there In the dogs The high prices'come from the extensive guys as good as some of the ones that ... ( ','.
woods somewhere but nobody" puts "Suzie's always done well in shows amount of repetitive trainingthe are going to be on hand In Ohio"' he "
any coons out wild there and for you Shaun.smart because of her good looks so we oughtto dogs and their masters must go said. "I know I'm going to learn ait: Rev. Hoosier is a graduate of Texas'Bible' '
says. "They they're have some good looking pups when undergo to produce a champion coon awful lot. You never can tell, Suiie
know all the tricks and assisted in home missions
and they she has her first litter" he said..I'vealready hunter. and I may.sneak up on some of those- College and has
where to hide. You really have to rely had quite few people ask If "You have to'learn almost! as much .old guys and win the thing." work.an4| evangelized.prior to1'his coming: j

here.as pastor. .

News Briefs . .. . .. . ,',
Special l speaker will be Rev, Lester Green

Burglary Jan. 30 Bond was set at$1,000 on each of the One call was to a shotgun victim Another subject had a bucket in his from Jacksonville: Fla. who is also a'SectlonPriesbyter -.;
charges. was released on according: to Supervisor of Rescue hand which contained.gasoline, said ,
At City Fish Market her own Good nc Cliff..Chapman. Wilkinson. for,the.District, of Florida.All" :
One arrest has been made In the Bond for' the charge was set at ..
burglary of Allen'i City Fish and Rescue Unit AnswersMeat 3 Men ArrestedIn 1000.All three men were released. on )
:invited to attend '
Market Jan. 30. their own recognizance.: ? are ,
JoAlice Goodman,23,of Starke was '71 Calls In January, Burglary Attempt
arrested Jan. 31 and charged with The Rescue Unit at Bradford Raymond Randall Bell John Ar-
burglary and grand theft according, Hospital answered 71 calls during the thur Bryan and Kenneth Ash McNeal, ,
to Investigator Steve Backus. month of January with 18 calls requiring were arrested January 27 and charged -
Twenty cartons of cigarettes wine no transporting. with burglary of a conveyance; LAKE CHEVROLET-OLDS
and raw oysters were taken from the Of the 53 transports made 57 pa- Starke Police Department receiveda ,
store on Brownlee Rd. in Starke, aenentl were transported.Thirty-seven report of white males breaking intoa
cording to Patrolman David Crum. patients were taken to Bradford van at the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech gives' .
Entry was gained into the building Hospital with sixteen being taken to Center Jan. 27.When the police arriv- : you
when a cement block was thrown other hospitals. ed at the Vo-Tech they saw one of the, I- '
through the front entrance. Three calls were answered by a subjects running away from a vehicle .
The same day three individuals back-up unit. One,call was a false. where a five gallon- can was on the a i
were seen selling cigarette In the ..a"nor. -I" "'. Jhf ground with a funnel tnUMrneckofth* !& : -Mot.! I

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I 3 Arrested on Drug, Theft. Charges

Two persons were arrrested on sterile residence, according to Investigator seir id. A' stereo and components
y a' quo I- chug charms and a third charged Don Denton. reported stolen from the James W.
: with grand theft after a raid on a In a combined Investigation between Peronto residence in December. 1M2
.t: home at SOt & AdWns Street In the Bradford County Sheriffs were also found hi the Cribbs borne.
.. : Starke. Department and the Starke Police Nugent was arrested in relation to'
John Dongas Cribbs. 25, and his Department a search warrant was the stolen stereo seined from the
wife Toyce Faye Cribbs,22 arrested obtained from County Judge George Cribb'i residence.Nugent was charged
late Tuesday afternoon and H. Pierce for illegal drags and stolen with disposing\ of the stolen property .
:grams with possession of more than property at the Cribb's residence. to Cribbs.Both: .
: of marijuana. During the search more than one .
Lee Jay Nugent. 18, was also arrested pound of marijuana was seized a of the Cribbs and Nugent are'
and charged with grand theft. handgun was taken from the person of In the Bradford Count Jail awaiting a
The Cribbs face additional charges into John Cribbs..amphetamines and a 33 Brat appearance.. as of press time,according
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I Minority' enrollment in Af!. classes increases I
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"Study .grieuJtur ..W1io, me?" minority enrollment Is growing are In demand. Some with
That's the question minority recruiter fast," says King -One reason is that graduate: degrees walk out of here into
Sandra King sometimes gets when there's more to agriculture than S23.000 a year Jobs with corporations
she talks to blacks and women about f.rmlng-you can major In and government agencies.'
enrolling in the University of mocrobiology.animal science: ,education
.. a Florida's Institute of Food and forestry, engineering food and "We've got a lot to offer" she explains
Rr I ILk Agricultural Sciences (IFAS). But nutrition, economics-and there are "For instance suppose the
a lung's program .has been successful all kinds of possibilities for people young man or woman Is interested in
in Retting many black students to consider with an Interest in chemlsry.: math or engineering. The College of
agriculture as a career. Additionally physics." Agriculture at UK offers a major in
I women now make up one Agricultural This area
third of what was once an almost all- "Another reason is that we can offer is like a dual Engineering.t students
male institution. financial aid and scholarships: for take courses that relate to both
1IW "vHilh _T.---a _'--. _...._..__ "There are Tornado hits... -

'wID" and gala. accompanied by tornadoes, sustaining damage
dropped from 7S inches U 1.2S Inches*.C rani.v rthe Trees were dowsed along east SlVloe, going toward'''
area early Wednesday morning.A Lake Geneva from KU.and the Clay Sheriffs Department .- Motors has the Best
M-foot mammoth oak crashed the real .adaentBUshed confirmed a report oIk."Y......damage fat' Terwiliegar
the hoot part ef a lake' Croat cottage ..tRe4leara' the Orange!: Park area, mainly m the U8-17 business,
Apartments (above) oa Lakevlew Drive .la district.The Taee Bell roof was caved la. said the Clay,
Keystone Height, when a tornado apparently came Sheriffs De"'". Tornadoes la Hawthorne and Mlcanopy: ,
through and ripped the tree roots and all Iran theground were reported by the Florida Forest errice. < .F
early Wednesday ..onla,. ,
Boats moored on the shore of Lake Geneva were picked SUrke rainfall was reported 1.3 inches. Keystone
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I Muzzlelpading, archery- highlight- Feb. HuntingA

special\ muzxleloadlntf gun and the division of wildlife for the coin- Edward Bail, Robert Brent 1
archery hunt in the northwest region mission Blackwater still( hunt area only)..
01.the state highlights February's Legal to harvest on private lands Point Washington (still hunt area only 1983 Ranger Pickups !
hunting calendar according: to the during tell special hunt are antlered X, La Floresta Perdida (still hunt Arriving Daily
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. deer (with one or more antlers'at area only on Feb.'11-land 18-2O;
least one Inch above the hairline), and St.Regis(only ,U and' V-6 Engine 5 Speed Overdrive '
."The'special hunt In whichprimiuve Babbits, squirrel and quail. 13) state wildlife management areas.
weapuna may be used will He said hunters are asked to consult SUnberry reminded hunters that Compare to any truck on the market
be observed from February 5 to 20,, individual state wildlife managementarea depending the primitive weapon
and only in the counties of the northwest regulations for details on hunts used, to have either an ardI ry'or the Best Truck. for the Least $$$
region with some wildlife which will be allowed on those sites. muzzeloading gun permit, in addition
management areas participating" Opened during the special season will to state hunting license when participating
.' said Fred W. SUnberry! director of be the Apalachicola a portion of the in the special harvest. -,". ,. +

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I f'.: Conservation Tillage Program Saves Three Ways. '::1l alt I'I'I

by Norman Porter. lading tile USDA's Soil Conservation uni-snaring pracuces may oe;
l USDA-SCS Office at the Bradford County, Ag a valla We to eligible producers by con"*< r I
Center. The telephone number is Uctlng the local ASCS office Porter
''.' Bradford County farmers can save 9M-6280.Ext. 289. added. ,, I
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workload, according to District Conservationist --
.Norman Porter of the
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Importer said those t 1 1'
agrictmtirenftjghcehf T InJ : ; : r .a ,atl .., .. ..- 'nC .d/14 r
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Carver of the Agricultural Stabilization 105 Edwards Road "S'
and Conservation Service Ranger
; OPEN 8:30-7 Mon.-S4t !
recently completed training for con- $5995
''servation tillage management. FMd Stamps WeicRumi.t 964-8290
-Conservation Tillage is any form of Starke 11.9oFinancing
crop production ,that is completedwith I
less than conventional opera
,tions."Properly planned it may be a Fresh Never Frozen Fla. Premium '84 Bronco II Escort "GT"
system with a minimum of tillage
1 such as a light discing or not having ''Family Pak 1Ia, '
'. soil aversion at all,"Porter said Ii
.: '.ny,"The labor or time saved of less Fryer Qtrs. 5 3 y & on,.Display with the I Ii
tripe across the fields and the energy, i
ch RS gas, saved can amount to a Legs & Breast lb. i 'T-Birds AIINeWi'UER"'; carb. r -'
Uhtial value he said. "In addi- 83
n, producer will recognize( the im- .Fresh Never fLo. Performance & Economy '

another ance of crop soil-nutrients" preserved Fla. Premium Fryer & 90, Will be Here at ,the End of Feb "The'American Way" I IPr.viau.ly

tillage 811te.bave
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d and situation;Porter said.Plan- --

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t' YARD. SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT FORRENT PERSONAL PERSONAL
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SERVICES SERVICES
OARAOB SAUi Friday noon' S-V OALV. ROOFIMOl USU ALUMINUM FLATUS, RUNT A NIW IAIDWIN I MIMOSA MANOR MOUll .
7+."'til Saturday at 9 p.... Out I,61'.1$! 7..761'| 24x36". 39 cent each. U.. PIANO for your child only' HOME PARK. Mobile
$.-!. to Stat Hautlng "'-'.. :"-a.03; 10-699r ... In printing 122.30/_.. plus small\ home and tpocas for rant WU'S SAW$HOP, Campl.t. BRAOfORO SEPTIC SIRVKIlRetldentlal

turn on Cherry Dr, loft on' IT-7.62; 12--B.3: W. for minor n.wspap.r.Groat moving' charoe).All rent .. '..tt.nol vehicle harponlng' lank: clr.cular. pump-out,

Dogwood Dr. la Mourn No. monufactMrev-JackMnvlll, I ... .. Bradford County r.peirlob. and moving' appllo to pur- _I _. Phone 468-2912.. hand, cerbid., $99,, wo also. ro-loy drain CREATY
62*. B/W TV choat" and. 'Cell 1-800-343-3701.toll free T........... 964-63B1. tfn. ho... Parremar Music 9/16 HnMOBILB chain, mows bind hollow line, 964.B12I I/IB tin
pHlewcoM. light fixture, ONI ACRE LOT tfn RECONDITIONED TVSi Color Oak Mall Galnoivillo.. I HOMIS FOR RtNTi ground. and balancod.loav WANT TO DRINK
St. Rd. 14 W.
.curtain" arid. drape and. Michael. OllhoohMibdlvl. ktarttng at $100.00. 378-336.11/11 tin On mile from Stork city Jackson lauding TATS YOUR BUSINESS

bric-a-brac, Ifchg 2/03 ....... Face hard road.- Trad..to'. w.lcom. hone MOBILI HOMI OVIW.OOK- limit Ctocm. .....,. 16 W. Supply m: Starko, Kylono WANT TO STOP

..ROATt lot of neat Junk" Well optta ....10. Selling .....1212. 6111 tfn INO LAKI OiNBVAi 3 BR.IVt Call 46-1333. 10/07 if n. Holahii or Lok. lutlw.TFNdicj THArOURS PHONE 964-7776
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CINop. KITCHINIEFPICIINCYRoom.
$7500. will take torn. DOUBLIWIDB TRAIlIRiTh Bath canal'. Alcehell/**Ananymeu, tlOELUTUWIU1UI
: can syrup, 7.73. gel ....5606. 10/07 tin.B .. lietili fimiiB. 2 tmttiAUm on for rant at low SEWING MACHINISIIPAIHDi 964-4IM 964B414n46B94 ) 205 N. Temple, Starke
Lumber flnUhed. pin. ACRES loco.... facing Slat. *. VA ....lIobl.. ovorlooklng lake. Geneva. .Weekly rot.. Call Temple. Air .spk.s '
t"x6"x8*. 99 cent _.1 Rd. 227. Breaker Rd. ... $300 per .month. Call37BI44B Motel.1 964-7357 9/16 .
-.1.7. 1/20 3tchg 1/27 ,.c.... ..., ollod and ode ,11/3913 tpd
2"x6-Nt. $1.99. Large'top.eily SI4.900. with t.,,,,". OFFICB FURNITURIt Metal day' or 37647Mevening COW/tfn |uud. $i5. Work NEED Nil? TO CHAN up Encouraging ft Exciting
condition. 9645606. 10/07 tin *. 12/23 Hn ClAM MOBILI HOMII for '
A/C good
dak supply cabinet, guarantd. Jam.. and haul away your |sunk? thing era happening In Bradford CountyC.wsidarthan. '
FOR Oak STUDIO 1210.fl..t. ,:On 16 W. Clot ,
$49 lot mar com FWIWOOD 'AUlI APARTMINTt on Hwy.
I.Highway 301 South Strlcklond W.will do It for mail tea built-in .......
Investment with
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roe 4.4'.. / 24" _. Call cotnor Morgan. security
_I,. 876 McMahan neal pine length to of St.rite. 964-4669. 89weekday last north ,rant plus.cleaning to prI 468-1323.
401' .Rd. and Hwy 16. TFNchg or tuff wo haul away. ri.wewr
liquor Lounge. price 1/2 cord $:)0. dopoelt. Utllltla 10/07 HIT.
Jti.i.'s : crop firewood oak or. *. 1/27 3tchg 3/03 ,antra. Call 94-7347 and HOUSIKIIIPINC and *.kteptog CHAIN LINK FINCIl ln.tol|.' 964 6779. Call anytime or Country Club Estate. brick. S BR. 2 BA. 00.... mi I

FRIDAY SATURDAY ...... 4 pine $10 truckload iunhlna ONE...11.ACM from OP LAND. One 5332157. 1/13 tfn40SIAT room.. TV and Air. .... Froo Mtlmatm, Handy. coma by 436 N. Polk St. 1/3 A. $7S,000 mum. mtg.
I S. tCO: to ':00. tank Acr.. Wt 16 Call, Stark City ANT Underwood Motel 3 mile Man ...... Co.; ownor .Five Oek Selling Prlce-SSI.eOO. Brick. 3 II. 2 BA.
water and hook RUT AUK B
...... tOMinfl co... ........ ....7699. W. load for you Cheap. Mwago at Bradford EQUIPMENT far rant, north of Starka an ,Tommy" Rddl h..M4-o9M. HOMES ",oplac., |*rege.Cypren .
.1 ,.............. 12" TV. bob*. 'p.between.... Mon-Frl.9-30: .13/1BHn."'. to.2:30 up. Barber. Inquire Shop ocrow Reasonable. "4- 784. Highway 301. 9/16 tfn tmpd! /(2 4. FOR SALE, St. 4 IRS 2 BA Flrepleco. Two beeutKul lota-

..... Nholr, corpat alaotrie COASTAL .SURMUDA.NAY.. from Badcock: Furniture. 1/13 rfn UNFURMUHtO HOMIi Throabedroom TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call r" Meal sally ho.....
: hooter fan, pot I Good bale Itpd 2/03 Mobil the/ Office Shop. 110 W. .L.... Butler-Brick 2 pretty cre*. S-cer: carport SP
*. ON KIN6ILIV LAKIt
....... dltho tool.. utlllhj' SI.79 pq.uerlilwor. Con- CORD OF SPUT OAK WOOD horn. Contrail, one bath. Call St.! Stark,for dotallM4t7 *: :4 BR, 2 IA HOMIi Den SS8.SOO. Owner Finance.
/ .trailer. 'guitar. 7Vt ", I. nor. 964.9332. 1/6 tfn Delivered, $79. 964-7763, conditioned noat/alr/laa.Flrat ./ ....7CM7 J/O3 Jtchg 2/10 ... tfn workshop, carport pecan Little L.... Sent .....utlful homo with guest cot.
South ol Stark on SJMOO. ARM EQUIPMENT Mowor. 2/03 tfn Vary FOR RINT OR Ails 12x60 GLASS CUT TO:' OlDMi .t,..*. Gordon *poco.S49.500. ..... .... It all

I". .v ttp* 2/03 air conditioner ."I,..,..... U FT. CAMP TRAttlRt In ,. lot month depolt Mobllo ; ho", .. Call Doer, window, ate. 964-9610. Itch 'MH-S II.2 BA an M. B dry pro ty acre.. 301 South.
L: FRIDAY FIB 44 94. Cloths. ,. ((9 BBD .comproMon, 3S good condition. Largo "ul.d. Ma pots, ....8IU.. Itchg 2/03 JACKSON BUILDING 9UPP.IV. 2/03 '4.71 Acre en Wilson Rd. B 230. $11.000. Can bo ub-

'II; tool. houMwara. U.S., ton) Electric motor. '/> hp. bathroom *stove rofrlg.. 5332366. illS tfn Owl 8IOIOOM APART .o4407.. Order* olio OiUITEI. FIA. 3 BR, 2 BA on divided.Cannerly. ..
,rt 301 South Ihvoo .mil... to 3 .hp. I Fa... Stool tram hot water .heater, .k. FOR BALI OR PINT 4 BR, 2BAj .MINTil29 par month. taken In Lako BUtlor. 4 B 4/10 acre. CHI A. Wallto Ilate-New 3 IR. 2.A, home on ana
"-ST::: itpd 2/03 for chair, many extra. Dan, workshop ......1.404. 2/03 2tchg 2/10 wall
12.000. Call 964-9941 after .. 496.3079 andl.yston./ carpeting. cleared ..... Owner transferred.Energy .
: LAIG'.YAIO SAlli 923 WJ 46l.2266.1/13 6tchg 3/17 chalnllnk $3SO ....... first.lost > 1-793-1608. M MI. off
.5:30
or anytimeweekend Hflclent-Beautlful' homo overlooking gafftours.
p.m. Hlghh. 4734973. 2/26 tf n '
85 J Adfcm St. Fri a. $at., Fob. AROINTINA Mighty fertilised.BAHIA J. M.NAY Edward .. tpd 2/03 and_ulty."44-5610. HELP FAMILY HAMMSIONIRS' Ocean. Pond. 1/27 2tchg .. 1 Ii. 3 BA. Owner fI"._....
4 fl ,. ...'1....,.,. dffc4M 964-9379.1/20 ELECTRIC POLE with 100 Itpd 2/03 2/03 .48 Acre*.S47.9OO on greded road off SR-333.
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tOV**. COfnpM> tc 4tpd. ... w.aths'hood ON HALL LAIIi( en.Two WANTED
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2/10 AMP ".I 144 W. Call St.M47M .. itfth AW. OFF BAVLISS Two Home-611 B 614 L.... St.-$35,500.
sl..p.b. Itchg 2/03 and duplex outlet on badroom hou .. $200 HWY. 379-2I90. 2/03 Rd.
.HAY FOR SAlli Roll orAlkl. Itchg Reduced Hom. B IS Acre $40.000. Off Fenytho
OARAM SAUl F.... 4. (609 .. th* polo. S139. Call month, first and lat I RIM KTATI SALESPEOPLE.
S3O pw roll.Coll Arthur LAKI FRONTAGEs Exc.llsotfishing. '41 Acre and. charming brick home on Rd. 100 W.st.P.c.n .
Op *
Melton T_. U.... Olwiher available farunlic.nsd' *
Gaekln. 783-3727 or 964-9941 after 9-30: p.m. or month, security dopolt. Scholarahlp* tw.1P.19 til SiMTh Starko. Plea., no trees tool 1
on* ...... drape ERA
.p,...... many othoi 1/30 Randy Stchg Oaikln 2/03. '.1617. '3/O3 anytime weekend*. Itpd IN 4732571.MALL COMMUNITY I/2O rln !Two Faulkner Heally.pron 9645065. .r.. .11 AM III 7 I'M collect call. '''.6:150.: '22 Acres N. of Rd. 221 (Hampton area) Beautifultreesroadscan

Item..Itpd 2/03. FRANKLIN FWIPlACIt. largo KIMBALL SWINGER 118 10/28 tfnj' tt. AM HI 1 PM lass NIAl COURT' Concrete b. subdivided..
W NO IONS Fri. a Sot.Olln'i modal all.. colt Iron. $190 Organ. Call after 1:30, bath.badroomeludy" Shaded lot* with on I NIIDIOi'Certified Prechoel ,.I_ block 3 BR, 1 BA. Excellent .- /.._...".*! lot en Wilson Rd.. with IOX financing.

Trailer rark. ,-,. lot ontte. ,Slegler kron heater 783-3372. Itchg 2/03 ., older Toother and day .... AIwoya "_..., neighborhood, one block .Convenient. to ....rythln..
Itehg: 2/03. with floor weep. $200. THRII-PIICI FORMICA garden apac."ef./ Cora ',.'I."d...,. Both Intfn chool rout. Pleat., nocollect .Valuable. 301 N. frantege-30: Ac. with CB Bldg.7SO .
SATURDAY. H..' II 804Votr : Call .....7.... 1/27 tfnFARMAll COUNTIR TOP balga, couple or young couple should call: for 'appoint CUSTOM FARM SERVKRSi call. '''.'250. W. Madison St.-Steel bldg.Zoned for offices..

Stroot. lack of 14B tractor. .good condition, $.5. with small child. No pot*. mant,964.5232. to apply hiporaon. Bulldozing land clearing, 2/03 tfn Spacious........ ..-. .
Florida Past Contra. ,ltp.< $4.000. Call 782-3733: Itpd 964-8733. Itchg 2/03 $200 par mol lirat. lent 11/30: tfn plowing. disking grot BY OWNERS 3 BR, 1 BA block '33 Ac.B 20 Ac. off SR-23S-Alsa: house B 2 Ac. Owner
and ... ....,..
$100 '
.;.vOS 3/03 SOFTBALL EQOIPMINTi Call ecurlty ,IP YOU NIIO EXTRA planting' .,....d.,. truck '.homo with central heat fine need.Caiy .
OAIAOI SAUi Th... lam 18.1 CU. ,,. UPRIGHT .....22.... Itchg 1/27 MONIY..willing" to work. Take
Rd. 100E-S36.000. only
after 6:00: p.m. for more In ..rvlco, fortlllzo. Urn" .. and air. Call 964-4371 CI Home en ,
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.' ty. Frl. a Sat.. Fob. 4 5. FRUZIRi. Citation brand. 7 formation. 964.5332. Jtpd ROOMS Nlco and mat. Air, Avon. nods you. Call ...d, dolomlto. Coll weekday. .-,. 2/03 2lchg $4,DOG to get Into this ....1
old. $250 box .
"-9. 'lain or 'ihln*.) 983 mo* ; sprit 2/03 hoot and. TV. $40 and upper Ramona Cropte, 782 3068. Lake-IlT on lako x StO'-Custem brkk. J'J'prolC.
for shsa bed raal aid/ Homr" Hart 4962093. Hampton
king ;
J .... 2/03 weak. Cell 9649992. 1/13 4tpd a/03
Alton Itpd. refrigerator, noed clean 1974 CHIVY LUVi Good condition 11/11 tfn Owner fI..._.. Elegont.
mileage.SI olio for Peggy. 1/27 It poi CRUMB SHIP JOBS I Great.... tanks end.
up. 'IS. ....-.21.. Coma by' groat go 38-A Primitive Church Rd. 3 welt, 2 septic
All ForL_..
potential. occupation
300. 3/17 com
782-3627. 2/03
436 North Polk SK or call.
f.; LAND'FORSALE 1 tenet 2/03 2tcha 2/10 ,NICI MOBILI HOMI I Partially *,'For Information Jt. .OOO Sq. Ft. Building m.ro.Country Club building .lts-$..000 to $11,000. i

fumuhed. 2 BR, A/C. call (313)) 741-9780 EXT. On US-301: South .Impreulve. brick on 1.7 Ac. In Country Club .....

GREATFARM ? $150 mo., first and. 'last., APPLY 2120. l/37'2tpd2/03 M PIRSONtFlorldaPat : Call 964-6030 A..... mtg. of $40.000. $'A".

E.). ACMS FARMLAND ...t plus light "'pclalt.ref./ .. CanlroT. 539 E. Call St. .9. Popular, Corner Cell B Water St.-....."" ". ....U.

'*, $ *" off SR-16. Two LOCATION retired. coupl. 'In pin*** ....5745, 1 chi! 2/03 R.oltorHandyMon > '1.61 A<. with 200' frontage an :301-acres from Holiday .
of tr_ garden ipoca, picnic araa. LADY TO Levi IN and. help I..... Owner tI... .
p vow p.con acrou 10 afros BBrttBly cleared BR Crawford Read H mttB
Al Vacuum.
... Young '2 Let L.ko-Sath with 100' on water.
Sampson
..... 00 fCMMM *tvJ hous.workl Special .BRADFORD en
of..I. Roadyfcnfaalldn. ail tU. US 301. C1 .tar I ,. W.."TI. J/OJ V'dRg /10MARTMRNT1s I \ ,*> Irw .. .. .. '... .Mutt
ippilHtiMni. inytjmt. ,. ,i, Call 964-7184. ..Itchg 2/O3 2.w..Actot! "1 '".*.-trtotef.eec>ou. rl k"'"-17M" 8 a*
.U I,500.213. (IW" ...... .......... at- -.,. ,.s.....,...'-.'- ... ''' > v
; :: '7'"T''' 'J' ':;" .e- r : .BOMfONf JO: L1AJM,:me .. ,." ,. ;1tENTAtS .e* t* eppreclete.Klngsby .
dtburg) / 2tft 2i1 ; ; ana. .... boaroonropartmenl rl :!::"' 'i
si'flclncy, ( 1odt..th..o. oppllonca' :. 'L.I.-Immsulst.. brick ...., ..-/? ... \.
'CINTRAl'AM CONDmONf COLDSPOT RIFRIOMATORlSear *. All utllltle. In repair frade*. ,_tl..... Excellent Buy NOW Is the TIME water Goad Investment. '

I WANTED for mobile honI.. -. brand, froat-froo. cluded. From II" per mo. Must 'have xcellent Lovely 3 ... Homo on VtAc. to ...._ Rd.-Cerner lot .h.... tree.,3 ... 3 BA CH/A
,.brand. Good condition. Good running condition, ,Inquire 206 N. CMny $'. ..reforonc..*, havo phono Plus lot In country. Bxcellnt get your GROUND with carport. SP $.....700..
; AXLES a TIMSi t axle* +'4 $400, negotiable. $$,. Coll ,964-B393. Altot :3/03 2tchg 2/10 and traniparlatlan. .bobondabl buy at $29,900. READY for MAUD AUOerT.s-......MOM
I lire*. We" pkk-up. SlOO; 964-6391. ....6365. Itchg piano on collar platform. 2 IR FURNHMIO MART- ond ('-P. No WAYMDOUOUU *nfc.rl.lil.ii..Ill ll'ltHilA
You deliver. .$125. ,011.) .... 2/O3 ate. Itchg 2/03 .MINTS Light and hot ding-a-lings. need apply; 2'/t.9;10Ac. SPRING GARDEN ..r...-. .li.._Ml_HI. ..

Mobile Homo Sole" Hwy., FOR SAIL OR liNT The first water fum...".... $2OO mo., Mill Security "", &&c., 338 S. Tract of Land HOW w.r.. irltr
iiioH.niiiiinii
100 W Stark. .....S606. two week. In May. Condominium MOBILEHOMES plus $50 aocurlty. de(., Walnut St. Itchg 3/03 Rent A Tiller ANNTinnuiaAi
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at DaytonaSack. MIDlCAl TRANSCRIP-'
L TFchgI ..._bl.. Call9649M4. 964-0071. Itchcj 2/03' APRN Medical Commercial Property. on Push Plow or i
I WANTID TO BUY,.SEVER. ..11pd 2103. UNFURNISHIO. MOMIt TIONIST H..y.301'
COINS 1964 land ,oldari FOR SALE! TramcrlptlanUt polton I*
.CHICKEN FE4TTHIZERJ7V* ml. located Hwy. 227. ] or 3 *.r Gasoline Mule
-. Sterling gold or gold lined. South of Starko on M-10O. bedroom 1 bath. Two at Bradfo'medical Hoepltal. Old Homo' Rotauront. Suzuki-Kawasaki of Starke
r Applicant. mutt haveopen Curies ,
J. R. lulll"et96462S4J. 64-8807
W. load.. Phon 03.300.vas bath carport*, utility/ room,
12x70. :3 bedroom 2 ; : tarrnlnology! exparlance. $69.000
11/11 fn'WANTIDiGID : 2tpd 2/1O
panda llvlngroam, large family foam, at Bradford Inventory Specials
Apply
TOou.OLDnANLIY 'FOR SAUl OR MNTi Mobil flraplac. $30O month.9645M9. 904 / 7S2-3Sz1; '
PLANS PhonoKK home on :QrlffK Loop. .fireplace and control. air, hasp 2/03 Hotpltal 964-6000. .04 /7.-.'.' HOME IKE' Kawasaki Grand KZ 750-N1 Spectre Base "
964-8331. B *.nv la S p.m. 964.B816, call alter S p.m.. Must too. many extra 3703 Stchg,2/10
,-,0468-1991. 1/20 tfn Itpd 2/03 50,000.473-7502. 1/6 4tchgWANTED P.O. D.rM" TOTAL < Was '3,399M Now '3.049" Save '350" '. .

uJjUStD. REPAIRABLEa .ROTO TJUIRl 3V4 !>p. Irlga. Ml S. Lawt.y RENTALS &REHL KZ550 GPZ
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WASHERS' air ,....011- .B Stratton_... ....S0 r3. LOOK'1'IIIr

Honor*,. nd rofrlgwalor.. 2/O3 2tcna 2/10 ..W..N.N.Y..W MH N......-.......,."' ..-...-. Was'2,749" Now'2.480" Save '269"
I UAM.... '/27 Stchg 2/1XI. lULL DOG PUPptRSi 7 nveok* V_... Rl.MaJ& .
old. Tall cut,Call712.36S0. LceMooIStyliatCo ......... KZ550 LIT
..".M1O.OMMATaootifFAN)1PtMawra. Mother .....d .. Father '
) .r. pan-' laapard. I tpd 3/03! ,, T it Now Renting Was'2,549" Now 2,300" Save 249"
Ot'sGIN.nala.\! Uptalr .NvW_ BUILDERS' 440 LTD Belt
t ortrnont,.Furnished. .In elAvailable" M4-tIod -,- C & C Mini Storage KZ
", ,,...It" .*... ; Was '1,999M Now '1.799. Save '200"

,""" "1r+m 73yb.ttahg, 703.I Nothing too wanna or too,ULTCJV HwY 301 S. 964-6020 THE MOTORCYCLE PEOPLE

lib-H...Id< I LOST/FOUND ,Fret Estimates M Al Jobs (Inquire it Curto SuzBkrKBwiuM Bf Stark) Hwy 301 S., Starts, Florida

Call V* Today to Sea How Much We Can Save Yourr1 964-6020
PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS :
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r rHumeRepatrs Come in and Ask about our
FOUNDi Stitf Deg .near oft. \

Morgan lerge ..toad.....and 9647139.Itehg US-301.. .jfJBMJr'li ;1. .i4 .a1 Grand Opening' Specials,
1-2' 3 Bedroom ApU.Frm .
303FOUNDi ,. or Remodel
On Toyota key In 'ISO1 to 'Z 7M .' -,- ........ ....'.......-................. ,MOllLE HOME

magnet.... Call 964-9699,' SERVICE if Ot SJOOAM

l Itpd,2/03 1930 W. Ibdlsn.J : $ 1 ERA ,n.;:" Longchamp. Entorprl**)* ft Asoc. WANTED TO BUY (

CEUANEOUS : Pb011l994.6312'fp. Inc.. ._. Otter, 180,00
Nulls \ ..Iotocats.'u
", .-, FAULKNER ,P.N96.sir 1 !
WHAT A MAlll 3 l.dr..s' 2 bath Nice loyeut
n.| PUPFWBt Mixed watch lob *i t REALTY* Sc..m d.....and hug double Mr.....*.many..- I
>*Chow' Make good tall
*rt finn
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.....*. 964-7139. Itchg: ,2/03. bona.. bath In ..*twbdlvMaa.
esiNSATIONAl-BaauHful $ S >
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s: BUSINESS' r ...............w.",...Jf.,11i 4 rt........4Y..Y: ..,".000.:' 964-5065 FantaiH price at $...000. 'adra.pl. Shop & Compare!! I
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EXCELLENT TIRMSI Hugo mass
.hedad. let In tew .
1 M BLOCK HOMI o* largo *
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: OppoRTUNmESUSINau '" ...,d6',14s' warh.u** INK po.a/M1 tar *....... Special Insurance
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finance at X
Mettvoted ....1 ss OWMT ,
.\ .42 M 1 BA JtOMI .located. en L c9St, WitllDrHHng
1 . .; .......... ra HtOH B ORY1 Beautiful let* dee t*,Hampton Lake.Oroat types of
$ FOR ,2Alsucaeaseful ,...,.>>.J........ :; .'.i... ". ..
clothing. .tar. with .*NIQMOItINOMi.0larl.lat.-e..
minimum *".*/*..nt,, ASUPIR CLEAN IAKB HOUR whh owner. Maaadnff REALTO.t. .&DO .d'. mobile Itomes. . . i

Ideal. for man and. wife. ,. ...........!. is'. ,+'" i. T;>.},,,;'! ,,... ....::'"..... . ", U.S. 301 South ,Cal for Quote 2"thni6" I
Will .......Reply t. ... O. t.. ,,)"i'f.! t .
.Mlcha ..Coolly Roalter Olln's Mobile Fast Rotary
? Drawer.A. Stark. Florida 221 Lefey....M.Acre..from Wlthken*: ,
.,..; OFFKBMOURSi : {1f',' ..' Day-964-7M3 ivenlng*-96BS27 Home Sales Drilling Equip..
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Ias" T 2I. ''M.a..Prl94. .t/r. le .9-UNee. ; Ft VBOt-942-B440 Elaine, ,M. Olin, Agent ... .Slate'.,,. .UCBRSBfl. . ... .

led'Ads, .. : .
964-5606

4t.fitffiilt* I 4 I : ..'" _,. Maibllb'.. .-B.1AITOM 4rho" Ml Proportlo: *,Inc.., }, ," Or R I.AN.wH.ns....'..lntera td'.t '" .'. Pumpa'

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( O4)964.6231y ) < New & Used.
VACUUM
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B.d.lUda '. 's ) : .: FLORILANO'RE'ALTY i' LI ''T.EJllJME.O"L Y SALE'NEW E-Z Terms '
grPD 'tor.. & USED
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II. Rees dleoei, engineer. \ ,, Mantle Ellen Part-lab. ::tames .JParrUh of Miami three 'c died '114ntdry.Jan.; ;: 31,_at 1tIa bome5'tollowltg ny i ante HeUtens and C rolIrMint?,t
Mr. Charlotte Hayden Bees, M, of Mr. Holton Is survived by two sons and Mrs.'Mamie Ellen Parrtsh< M, of,, brothers, Clarence Bustin.; Ray is extended WM8I. '''.".i, o Keystone Height, died Thursday Wayne: Holton of Lakeland SUrke died Sunday Jan. 80 at St.<< Bustin and WUIard Bustin; two Born and raised in Bradford Coup- Hampton Grittla.,Lanwr Gr.
Jan. 27, In the Alachua General( Mickey Holton of Gainesville; two Judos Nursing, Home In Jacksonville alsters. Mrs. Edna Harbcy and Mrs:' ty, Mr. GrifHs attended Bradford flar Annette Tomllnson. and Evelyn
Hospital following a long illness. sisters Donnle Mooney of Jacksonville following a brief illness. Wills Mae Cruce; 17 I grandchildren County schools' ; was a veteran 'of ,Crawford\ all of Starker j one sinter*
Born In Brooklyn, N.Y., Mr*. Roes and Mary Foster of Gainesville Born in Suwannee County, Mrs. and 41 great grandchildren. World War II and was retired from Mrs. Doris Sikes ell -Palatka; 3igrandcbildren -
had moved from Jacksonville to four brothers T. R. of Lake City Parrish moved to Bradford County Funeral services were held at 2:30 the Civil Service in Jacksonville after and two great grandcbttdrea. -'
Keystone Height 19 year ago and Frank of Orlando Bob of Melrose and an early age She was the widow of p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 1 at the chapel of serving some 3Q year*. He was of the .. ,
was of the Catholic faith. T.K. Holton of Ocala; and four grand- the late Eaton Weeks Archie Tanner Funeral Home with Methodist faith. Funeral services will be conductedat
Survivors include her husband, children. former pioneer resident of Bradford Elder Harry E. Brooker officiating. Survivors include his wife Mrs. the chapel of Archie, Tanner
Walter H. Rees of Keystone Heights} Funeral services were held Mon- County and was of the Baptist faith. Burial was in Dyal Cemetery with AI'cmae Geraldine GrUfis of Starke; 12 J'unen1'Ifom. In Stark with Rev '
one ion, Richard Rees of San Antonio, day, Jan. 31, at 2 p.m. at the Mrs. Parrish to survived by one Tanner Funeral Home of Starlet children: Leo Griffte of Jacksonville, Lorenzo Griffls and RnoDa"ld: {
Tx.; one daughter, Mra. Margaret graveside In Antioch Cemetery InLaCross Mrs. Ethel demons of in charge of arrangements. Leroy Grtffia of Conneaut Ohio Hodges officiating. Burial will be in '
Monk of Austin, Tx.; four brothers with Rev. Raymond Dykes Stare; three sons, Eaton Weeks Par Donald Griff of North, Jackson*, .Evergreen Cemetery in Ralford with
William Hayden of Gainesville officiating. Burial was under the rish,Jr.and Thorbus"Pete"Parrish, Ancll Willis GriffiBAncll Ohio Joan McSpadden of ,LtkeButler. Archie Tanner Funeral Home of,
Joseph Hayden of Long Island, N.Y., direction of Archer Funeral Home of ,both of Jacksonville! and Frank Willla Griffis, OS, of Starke Bernice Manning of Macn on- Stark*in charge of arrangements.
Francis Hayden of Brooklyn, N.Y., Lake Butler.

and James Hayden of ,New City, -- ---.- ....____ nL_ _,.. oIII. _._---.,- ,. -- _. -......... ..- ....-......-- -
N.Y.; one sister, Mrs. Mary Alfonso
of Riverside CaM; and three grandchildren ;

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Funeral services were held on IA't'
January 31,at 9-30: a m. In the DeWItt
C. Jones chapel In Keystone Heights
with Father Michael Williams of
ficiating. Burial was in Melrose
Cemetery with Jones Funeral Home Izhx:, If0 RA1NCHECOC
of Keystone Heights In charge of ar .SALE >;
rangements. In lieu of flowers, contributions '.
may be made to the;Shrine;
Crippled Children's Hospital.

PIHCES GOOD THRU KUNOAY ,
Donald Page, Sr.
Donald Page Sr.,M,of Starke died 10 '. Pure
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Saturday morning Jan. 29, in DOUBLE KNIT COTTON"P ,
Alachua General Hospital following a j

long Born Illness.In Amerlcus Ga. Mr. Page yester Flb .
moved to Starke from Jacksonville in FABRIC r.
1948 and was retired from the E. I. CANDY
duPont &Co. In 1978,where he servedas POLY i
a mining engineer supervisor.World He 100% Polyester 60"-60" Wide FIL JIse y.rllady to eat. '3/8/ oz. Bag i
served in the U.S. Navy during
War 11 and was a member of the First Reg. $1.97.yard 12 oz. Bag Reg '1.76, Strawberry artificially flavoredSmurf
United Methodist Church of Starke.

Virginia Survivors Green include Page his of wife Starke Grace; one $ '

son, Donald Page, Jr. of Gainesville; $1 57 1.27 4 $10'0'
for
one brother Marlon L Page of Salo
Jacksonville; two sisters Mrs. Eloise: yard Sale
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B. Edmunds of Rlchmond,W.Va.and .
Mrs. Dorothy P. Bigger of Mclean,

Va.Funeral services were held on Feb.

Methodist 1. at 10 am.Church In with the Rev.First Warren United Soft Sculpture Doll Classes Register now 'fer 'February 21. '22 &;>24

Burial In
Langer officiating. was
Crosby Lake Cemetery with Jones : Classes. 35.00 per class Includes all! :materials, Instruction' 'and pate
Funeral Home of Starke in charge.of 2 Piece. :

arrangements. tern. Taught by a certified home economist.. _
Oliver L. Knowle
Oliver Lewis Knowles,63,of Starke, Towel Set.
died Wednesday afternoon Jail 28 a, .
his residence following a long Illness.Born ) .
In High Springs Mr. Knowles 1 Bath Towel, 1 Wash Cloth I I
; Kleenex Haggles Pt ,..,, ,
moved to Starke in 1974 from Plnellas Reg. '5.98 ,
Park; had retired from the U.S. Air '" 4
Force where he had served In both Lnr' ; Disposable '
World War II and the Korean Wars Diapers '
and was of the Methodist faith. : Z!:
$4.00I
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Sale I :
,GadstaT.Knowles;three aona,Bobby .. .. I, ., --, 7t.t 'Jl
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Knowles of Starke, Bryan Knowles of .-. ,.. ,. f''" "... ......,.-..... .......,.. ," 1o" a 16 .. ':: '
Lewisville, Tx., William Knowles of At. DX f'" .
Seneca, SC.; two daughters, Mrs.. ..f'if'' '
Beverly Fett of Pensacola, Mrs. Barbara R ,
Aubrey of Plnellas Park; three
brothers Ernest Knowles. Wilbur
Knowles and Maurice Knowlea. all of -,'
Cornet
High Springs; two sister. Mrs. Ruby Sunline
Savly of Albuquerque "M., Mrs. 100% Vinyl. ,Dram
Christine Payne of Palatka and eight
grandchildren. General I Mills I
Mr. Knowles was cremated with no Camping GARDENHOSE ;
funeral services by family request. Strawberry ShortcakeCEREAL ; LOGS
Jones Funeral Home of Starke In S FIRE
charge of arrangements. Fuel

3.5.Ib. 2-3 hew fire legs,
llelmar Ilolton
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Helmar Holton &4. of Lake City 5 1/2x50 ft Reg.,99!
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died Saturday afternoon In Regency 12 oz. Box Reg. 1.77 Reg:' !2.77 Reg. *3.47 : ,
Oaks Nursing Center in Gainesville I

following Born In Alachua an extended County Illness Mr. Holton I I I :
lived most of his life In Gainesville $1.00 2l27 $2.99'Sale6'8C
and LaCrosse and moved to Lake City Sale
a few months ago. He was a retired
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Card of ThanksWe


wish to thank everyone for their

deeds prayers during sympathy the loss of and our sister all kind Ed- Claire! Plant I '
1. $
na Ray Crawford. Thanks to Rev. [ 'aie1
Lacy Conway Rev. LeRoy Olive,and Nice 'N Easy '
Rev. Walter Lee. A special thank you
to Dr. Edward Huntslnger and.his _
staff of Gainesville, and thanks to HAIRCOLOR PTOTT1NG .
everyone for the gifts of food. Thank
you to DeWItt C.Jones Funeral Home '
and their staff. ; '


The Newsmne Family Reg. 2.68 r j_, "i j 'PLANTS *fvBOGfc '- 'OutdoorEvergreen' ,


More. Forest. $2 38 : I.::9" '

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Sale .
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has an environmental education
center for 750 youths per summer. W
I The center serves the Division of -
I Forestry as a training center during :
the rest of the Lit. M HShampDU
year. -ZQ,,; '
Public activities in the forest are Miss Clairel
partially supported of
Umber. Timber harv e.tinggsale.
well below the growth rate and has PO'Q'1NG1
helped the land by maintaining a ;Kal. 'ContaiMr
natural balance. ,
Over the years, bard work by, Formula "
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persona brought unproductive) "
land ', ,
I like this back into productivity.This '3.09 1PV rj0ftts' ,
; Is one of the real successes of Reg t'i.: .. : ,
American conservation," said John '' "

Forest Alcock.Service.regional. forester for the u.s. $2.79 P "$ 1 4'1'\ Y: : : ; ;$ 37 :" .: .I '; I I'I -},
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The forest.Is visited by some 400,000 Sate! '1"' ., t, -', .
people for outdoor recreation each .. .. ':. 'El. i ,
Available activities d. '''H! 1 'I" \ .
year. Include ,
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camping, hiking: looting fishing
picknicklng: riding ,
canoeing, horsebackriding" .1141
., others.
The most southerly pert of the
forest called the fUdUoant Tract Is a ,
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natural extension of the Green .
Swamp, which I to considered a major .01 "
recharge area for central Florida's & ::
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underground fresh water table. "- ,... 1- 1. ".
Florida has more than 300.000 acres i '.' .' ,' I I
: af land fan slat forests) managed .byK ..
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forestry.DepartmentComumer 'TCaw.wssovaa.w.v.irw.ewsita4ww.tiaadMr, asgsgrtaow.ia.a
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I Etta and Ser as itiwalwMlM mar b.puntaMeeM UwTOari fins rsfws.a..tti: lawss/ars..r/ roe i/auMUwn '
vices. The Wlthlaceocnee State wear to a pricrt ao.np.ww.ly< w.rrws. M.Pak..ny M, >y| pWNla.W rrh :
puma...Pnt4'eed M..sad eN r.. fr/
rarest was the last to become sttt I _

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