Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04300
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 10, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04300
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Twomamingslnthemgh30'1 .brought some of winter's coldest weatler ,; 1 it I I l 1 '.\V'-
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County., 'MHOTM l : :P.art'e
Tuesday'swu 1 29, with plenty of Ice and Irost Wedneeda Y'a low CocM ..>/.i.Y.> : '.'.',,'rLH. s.ii' grap
degree reading warmer was2'6L.: .at Last Friday recorded a low of 32, and Saturday was a sPerr.1.:y. .:.. Peso i- -
Sunday brought them week's only rain,with.65 Inches recorded in Starke .
tend .Inches at Santa Fe Fire.Tower.

Four-day' recast to for a weak cold front Moving In Friday with obrtw.r.e ,,, ,, , ,P.i a The Sweetest Strawberries This' Side
strong, gusty winds 1 and possible showers and a few thunderstorms over: doMR1 .fan* ((0,11 1 -' of Heaven
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the state, wfty f r,ji warming trend predicted for the weekend itowtarM*. . .P. 104th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25Cents Copy
; 28th Issue Thursday,February 10, 1983 DSPS 082-700
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?SSS+ l/ W., t'rPr .c ''ri i .fv c; 3 Outstanding CitizensRecognized

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m Three r aldent-. were ty and Juvenile Alternative Services
II honored as outstanding citizens\ by the Laurie Mullins : Project (a University of W. Florida
: Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com Mrs. Mullins has served In prac- program). Guardian Ad Litem Is
merce at its annual awards program tically every position in Girl. Scouting citizen advisors to court in dependency -
,,o- and banquet Saturday, Feb. 5.. at the for the past 17 years. proceedings. .
""t'tip Starke Golf & Country Club She has served as a leader In all Judge Pierce is a member of the
fd four levels' of scouting; Brownie, First Baptist Church, a Democratic
..ifj Honorees! for 1983 are: Junior, Cadette and Senior, Laurie Executive Committeeman past
has been Instrumental In the growthof president of the Chamber of .Commerce -
Laurie Mullins, instrumental In the Girl Scout movement in our Commander of the Jones,
s the growth of Bradford County's Girl county with the membership now ap- Langford, White Post 56, a Master '
P'1 Scout program and who U recognizedas proximately 260 girls. Mason, Shriner and member of the I
9.d ar I an outstanding elementary. school Many of the scouts under Laurie's Morocco Temple in Jacksonville. ,i
Judge Pierce served in the United '4
teacher, leadership are now leaders In the
Starke neighborhood. Many of the States Air Force In Korea in 194 -52. t
Ii .Judge George Pierce an attorney'' community's young ladies have Born in Opp, Ala.,Judge Pierce and I
Susie AlvarezOrststasdlagYouUi in Starke List 25 years. benefited from the leadership and his wife, Gladys, have two children: a '
s sJ '!, and newly appoint county judge; guidance of Laurie. 1 daughter, Lynn, and a son, Robbie.
Laurie now serves as Assistant Ad-,
\1 Susie Alvarez,'a' senior at Bradford visor to Senior Troop' 669 and Susie AlvarezSuzy
I h High recognized for her outstanding Southslde Cluster Chairman.
.!iI:' f {\ : academic performance. Laurie has been actively Involved Is a senior at Bradford High
I' ,1\t\" 'I't''f!'; .,JJt,... with our young people in the school School, to set to graduate June 10
.' JI1-ID.-.'" Dallas Mayo, 'owner of the system for the past 27 years. She following an outstanding scholastic
.". ,. J McDonald's Starke and Green'Cove started the first 1 kindergarten in 1966 .performance.
Springs, was Installed as'19S3 president at Southside Elementary where she is As an honor roll student, Miss
,;.J Jfidge, George PierceOutstanding .'w of the Chamber New Board of still teaching. Alvarez leads her class in academic

Cltlsea i ", Governors members installed were Laurie is active In the' ADK achivement, culminating in her an- .
,. I I.i J.E. Tomlinson, president.of the Teachers Society, ticipated grade point average of 3.8 or
.; ..1, J i' Florida Bank at Starke; Steve Futch.t She Is chairman of the Council of better in a 4.0 grading system and
I'; director of DeWitt C. Jones Funeraj Ministries of the First United number one in her class of 175 seniors. ,
Home In Starke; Richard Welty.local Methodist Church In Starke Is a She has pursued a variety of difficult,
hte4 9 : attorney; Gilbert Crosley;owner of member of the choir and for many yet beneficial,. college preparatorycourses.
Thej'n : Crosley Manufacturing Co.; Roger years has been active in Sunday .
Jones, manager of Griffin Industries School and In the educational programs Suzy was voted "Most Intellectualby
"...t,.j.. and Floyd Settles, manager of the TdI of the church C by her fellow classmates; she to -
/ .",, .&, Y Store fo,Starke., tive in the National Honor Society,
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A s uaAJud'\ e A" Teacher ,: "We're going to give it our best shot in 'Judge Pierce has been practicing ,her senior class and she-is a semi-
; ; finalist in the 1983 Merit Scholarship
1983, says President Dallas Mayo. law in Florida since 1960. He became

.' : County Judge December 7j 198t. ,Competition .
:.t.<: t Speaker for the 'dinner was Dale Judge !,>Pierce I* member' of the,., ,,. Suzy Is the daughter of Mrs. Betty
tktji : ? illowayu fnanage1'.rotd ; the.'oewljtj: wwAmerlcan Bar Association, since i960.7 AnnPowell of Starke and Mr William
w ?.*i&imteimf4! & r RIVerside Rental Uniform c: land the Florida.Par-etace 1969..'" :'"-,1. "Alvares"Aftgr'finishing-high school, -' '
,wr .gpy jaBS Jj f Tirs*VI3W "T ,,-on Edwards: RoIn Starke who said He served as city attorney tat 22 .Suzy plans to enter college and obtaina
V 1 r ? "I"t the company to be in Starke. years, also as attorney for Bradford degree in psychology Upon receiv-
| yf Riverside has 15 employees now and County school district.. ing a bachelor s degree, she intends to
Laurie Mulllns ,. .. o r .;, it ,J, looks to future expansion to 60 or 70. Judge Pierce instituted a GuardianAd enroll in medical school and concentrate -
;, Outstanding OUien ,_ ">,:' sr .employees, according to Holloway. Litem program in Bradford Coun- .on the! field of pediatrics. ,

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Courthouse Space'Piroblem -Keeps, Bugging Commissioners 1,1

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The space problem In the courthouse .amount the county to getting In rent. ed in the old"courthouse In downtown bJ me. Back when the new cour- ing to have to be addressed upgrade the jail Is paying off, Sheriff
was about worked out... so the The new' 60 by 30 foot storage; Starke. thouse was planned his father. the '* Reddish noted. The state Departmentof
Bradford County Commission thought building in back ot the courthouse!Ia I The county'sonlng' officehas late P.D. Reddish was sheriff, and he Sheriff- Reddish told"the com- Corrections told the sheriffs at a recent i I..r
until Monday, .ready.The commissioners toured the already been transferred from was a mere deputy sheriff, and was mission. convention that DOC will file suit '
But Sheriff Dolph Reddish put the new building Monday, and plans are upstairs in .courthouse to the not asked to participate in the planning Saying he wanted to put his "nameIn in those counties where the jails re- "
commission on notice, that 'the to move the records now in the north Starke city hall to provide more. apace discussions, Dolph Reddish noted. the pot officially" before it's too main out of compliance with DOC. E
sheriff's office has been cramped for 'end of the courthouse; to the new: for the state attorney's staff.. late Sheriff Reddish reinforced that '
office Is filled, "I don't think we're in all that bad ,II
pace ever since moving Into the new building. i The present the commission Is required by law to
courthouse, in October 1969. For Public Defender Alan Parlipiano; "The problem..." bald to beyond capacity now. Three provide for the sheriffs officeIn shape, because we have" moved I
years, the sheriff revealed he has first approached the board about Sheriff Reddish same as he approached the secretaries are now In a space for the courthouse space but to not requiredby deliberately in some areas, Sheriff.
been the stock his staff two and cubbyhole In the backof Reddish told the commission
covertly eyeing room proposal move I morning every law to house the Parole Commission I
on the north side of the courthouse- old courthouse to the upstairs of he. commission podium' Monday' the office has a staffer assigned to In the courthouse A new outside staircase and door In-
the same space the county commission new courthouse to the quarters nowoccupied after., it, he said.Sheriff to the second floor was installed by
has been planning to move theProbation by the probation staff. But; t."We've'got. rehearsedanswer o' ( Reddish says he forsees New quarters for the sheriffs office prison employees and was a major
Commission staff. Parlipiano was told not to worry now, } future growth I for'the county and need to be in proximity to the present mprovement. to the' safety re-
Plus the Probation staff Isn't crazy .the move seem to be months sway. ... : ,for. that..." shot back when that occurs there will be quarters. Reddish said, noting thathe's quirements of the jail. The DOC
about the move from upstairs to the: as per the problems above: 1 \ Commission. Chairman Lawrence i necessity. for more law enforcement been eyeing the space across the workers did an excellent job, Sheriff
stock room and the Parole Commission Until the year to up or the Parole MoeJey: : r.r..tan.1 hall for,some time Reddish told the commission.If .
to in the+ Commission moves to new quarters \ 1?; Is left the
baa a contract space there money 21-pemon
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or anything,
commission can't theIlUblic ,:'From 'Day 1 (in the new .courthouse grow Good Things Reported
upstairs of the courthouseRoom<< 227, the county help but we are.," U interest rates come capacity jail needs a coat of paint
in fact until August 1984. defender ) the Sheriffs Office has been down the will boom the sheriff About the County Jail pretty badly Sheriff Reddish said. He ,
A possibility exists that the Parole ie Carter told Parliplano. Meanwhile)\ under spaced," Sheriff Reddish said. 'K. 'said.. county Getting away from his space problem said that would be the next step, if .
Commission ,will move to new the county to receiving$441 per month ."We were ..under spaced.when we .. Sheriff Reddish told the com- enough ma i n in the $13,000
quarters outside the courthouse. An\ ';in rent from the Parole Commission\ moved In here, believe It or not," the \ie; *;There is o problem here, mission he had "good things" to allocated toere to buy the paint.He .
offer has been made to lease to the rand Is paying out $750 per month to sheriff added.: report about the county jail. will see about prison inmates to do I
Parole Commission staff for the same have the public defender's staff hous Reddish added be wasn't casting t'!/ and before. too long it's go- Work the county has been doing to the painting,the sheriff said.Legislators .


II ComrnissabnersBalk at-:Speculative. Zoning

Once criticized for speculative xoo- .the sonlng board approved application :Motion to reject the application was Jr., trying to keep a straight face: To Lend EarThe
; !. '. e t fag, Chairman Lawrence Mosley was of F. Delano Thomas to zone 3.2 made by Commissioner Homer Hart., Well enough to change back If the
1 wary Monday when the County Com- acres on the NE Intersection of US-301 seconded by Commissioner E.L, commission tells me to," said Gaines annual legislative bearing
mission was, asked, to. rezone ;as and SRrl8as general commercial. (Nook) Norman and passed 4-0, Com- said., Is set at 10 a.m. today (Thursday,. !
J. J general' commercial acreage, .onqsSOl Thomas has not stated that he has a missioner EW. Hodges was. out of "We 'did 'keep. the telephone 1 Feb. 10) In a second floor courtroom '
i' .w, \ at SR-18 south of Starke. specific:business pro p4lCt.He did say town on business. ''number, that wasn. t easy, 1 tell you," of the Bradford cour-
! t Why isn't that speculative toning, he wanted; to use the property for a \Carter saidPromised. thouse, according to a news
1 ';" '" I, Mosley asked of Zoning Director L.M. sign to advertise.,Lakewood, the ,fin other action at the Monday, Feb. release from Rep. George Crady,
1 Gaines.Mosey! noted the county commission development on SR-100 west of .his meeting; the commission:. a Mr, Shaw the county D-Yulee. "
E II iIi. was charged with speculative brother; Arch Thomas, Jr"GrantedZodrrg 'will correct a long-standing drainage It Is the one time of the
toning after it-overrode, Its analog'P.ty Director f Okayed holding future county zonIng -: problem ,In Seminole Ride when it a citizen of Bradford County yearwhen -
"""4. board and approved Jbe Scan Jon's request I. M. Gaines. "He's doing it to sell it, meetings in city hall. Gaines said ,can get to it. The that outfall meet with the entire state
y.1'1, NIOAY._ .t1 for a commercial classification I'm sure." be preferred to hold the meetings ditches need to be opened up says. legislative can delegation in one
IIMI' Pro oaths. on US-301 north,which baa never. been. ,, U business Is coming In. that's the where the zoning records! are close at toad Foreman Leon Ellington. place at one time. Discussion to
". 7-'* PM used as commercial. '. time\ for the toning board to act, said I i hand. ''Mr, Shaw, I'm going to lie to you primarily to hear: what citizens
ae Is (... trans Opt I Mosley asked /"It, Is'speculative:' ,Gaines,'explaining the philosophy of a"How well do you like your job'l" one more time,'1 ,said CommisslosnerMaxie have to about( legislation to
'I li' A.................. zoning,to it not. ?",He was referring to :zoning. to the county commission. kidded. Commissioner. Maxie Carter' Carter Jr. come up ay,' but local needs and.

.; ....t' .rl' )4.U'' issues are also discussed.

: J= : Special 'Exceptions,") to; 'Zoning- .aassificationa Sought slits The.Bradford of Sen,delegation Bill Grant con-;
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.<'".; ; .: Uons to COIll'lty Claasi ::= Burger Hutt,*putt-putt golf course, a I. ,:iCourtnay: seeking the special ex- The special exceptions requests will .
.!t ,, .r are on tap for < andtlie'2.. ,Ji. fyeatat'efj and(s. proposed .Shrine < I 'cMgion on the northwest/corner. of Lot i be received by the Zoning Board In its .Block History Month... .
( '.. -" 'Lii Bradfordioning Beard : '-' iClteystone: Oaks. meeting in the City Hall starting at 7
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t, ': ? .X't..w..r. 'Adjustment t t their mooting 1:;; ,'fie' action ,to, required;: because I I :,v.> Bory E, Browdar,'of Starkt,' willrOuest o'clock,. Upon .adjournment'oil'the Workshopsspeech.'andsermons :
I ,clay Feb. 22. Bradford County, baa no-- xoningdaaslflcatioa a special exception en.four Zoning'Board the requests will go to ore ,featured as ;1
!' MtfnNO-7iNf.M.. 'Jack Courtnay.. ,Keystone l4eighep permitting a package 1 'acres Of property located IVi miles i the Board of Adjustment; whose five area's citizens -observe Black '
-, 'f! stMtoviifuHOAvr developer will seek a special 1IC9' store except by. .. ectat exception. I ,southeast, of U.s.,301 at,(the end of. members ..remembers' ; ,of the Month.An .
; lion on property now toned 473s i Owner of the liquor license to be used J Steel Mill Road for the operation of an. Zoning Boani.Olftet History: .!
Hrtf*. "' ANCAIM. sum* ;iGenerat., Commercial to, .permit; bar the store to. Sandra Beiber "overnight campground. .. : ,Historical Site..'
f 11! ;tW. operation of ax liquor package Oain viUe attorney;whose, proposed j >Evelyn Kitchens,of Starke,'fo' JIasl: a public feeartng, the Board of : forest .rang..: at Gold II"II"A
*.. Mwfc* CfciwdtfcW Tbei special exception ::3 operation'ot a package store in the,f faudtiWay for a special exception on one acre of .Adjustment will vote to approve or 1//
'- rlt. .' ,' south ofSlarke off deny each special exception, and this Head State Branch fork lights :'
;'. ., .'.', 4.? t'I kwaUd within a PUU IpUwped -" at toe Interetetfo \ pjMert> 3Mk miles ,
; I 1 owned 'by CoWrtoay' rfT&iysn and Jl.B, 4a <;etiK..i'side ''of" U.S.-;301. l'.nd' action will be final, not requiring fur to restore an historic old mill ,,'
.' /JI fh of Keystone HeMrta en, was' dialed m. December largely Evergreen Avenue for the! operation ,ther,action, by. .the.County Commission \ site for preservation. r;
.., e. ,Highway.. '100.' ; BoslnestNM. already beams* of the,proximity' !t0 church i iIV of a, group living.faculty.,:Th._ proper- ,! I

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Local Realtors, Coimiiissioii:' ;:JRaises Gun Permit ,.Fee: I

Honored 'I. *-, Raising iU /gun permit :application 'ina gun permits Sheriff Reddishpoints Increase 'trade
fee l.foJd.1roIn f23 to$250. Bradford out state law now allows /guns the motions to fee, said
Some of the area's top local realtors county commissioner: in cars and hones Bradford County has adequate law
are clearly
were honored recently when ERA. + enforcement, and resMenfai: do ''not
saying they had rather not Wile a'' Dissenter Is Commission Chairman
Faulkner Realty held an open house r license to carry a concealed weapon. .Lawrence Mosley,who says the county need to carry guna.r CommissionerHart
with over 100 in attendance hosted by ordinance the moved to raise the fee,.Carter
has permitting
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Susan Faulkner. seconding: >
votesboard both h of should-abide by
on ( carrying
Irene Faulkner received r (ic'per theelaw. ,. ..
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aba rejected the mt it, or repeal The .
Sales Associate for with i. some balf-d zen gun
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application, of Robert John Shaw of not be the conscience of the the
over$1.5 million In sales.She was also : should the laws as applications have been filed
Melrose who wanted protection as he but should apply
recognized as the Listing Associate ; past 10 A.
carries -money from convenience they stand Mosley says. the sheriff 'required
for the with million inventory. check ''Is
year a$4.5 list by I. a
stores to banks. A few weeks the
ago, do to expels the chair-
"What do we committee, of commissioners examines
C Lucille C.Sprig was also awarded a commission rejected the applicationof 'man," Commissioner &iter. the ex- the merits of the applicationand
R.C. (Pe wee> Dampier, who requested
plaque for over $620,000 In sales and { protect .chairman, Jokingly asked. makes a recommendation to the
I also for her$2.3 million list Inventory. > himself from a possible! 'LttackerDampier the permit full board and a $23 nonrefundablefee
Herb Walker was honored as thee considered application Increase gun was charged. Now, .the fee. still
fee to $250 Monday were
Top Producing First Year Associatewith 119n-4'efundabla is $250. s; "',':i, a
Commissioners Homer Hart, Maxie
$350.000 in sales and a $370,000 :'
have Florida
Carter Jr; and E.L. (Nook) Norman.
listing Inventory Others receiving\ permits t guns to be carried In cars
awards for their sales were Harold and should provide opportunity for Commissioner E.W. Hodges whose' Carter: has eVen voted to deny his

I Bppe Julie L. Griffis and Betty L. Top Realtor... .defensfl. has suggestion It was to increase ties fee, own father' a gun permit. The com
Shaw. commissioners I' business missioner has also denied applications -
'plainly told he no' 'was out of town on a trip.
The company's total production last Three of the area's too realtors were honored st a recent Open House at good reason to have people Brad- Commissioners; considered waiting to of several prominent and
year exceeded 3 million In sales andover Faulkner Realty, From left to right are, : Her Walker. Irene Faulkner. and lord streets carrying guns. In on supporting vote on the fee Increase, since it was reputable businessmen. to ,carry a
= $12 million In listing inventory UcWeSpry, the commission's stand on issu- Hodges' move, but decided to move. gun. .

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3 Dates of Interest... .Consortium'Inservic* Day-no school Mrs. Brenda Stroud's fifth grade'! 'origination of the observance. They and Tammie Patterson.Safety Patrol!'
aFeb.. 1-Report cards went home. 'for student planted maple and dogwood trees outside then planted a dogwood tree outsideone members for the fourth six weeks are
3 Feb. U-Bradford County Elemen- Mar.22-School pictures. return; Miss Boyett.Is our new : their classroom hoping their of the first grade classrooms. David Dunlap and Susan Jordan with
g I tary Schools Invitational Soccer: Touiv Southslde welcomes Mrs. Kathy ,Varying ties. teacher shade will keep the room cool In the The following students from Mrs. Devin Jackson the library assistant.!
52 nament Lawtey. ,Hobos who replaced Mrs. Des Pater- replacing Mrs. Patricia Johnston. "' warm weather. All first grades participated -' Brenda Stroud's fifth grade class The students in Mrs. Stroud's class
Feb. 11 or Feb. 1-Valentin parties .son In second grade; Mrs. Sharon Arbor Day was observed the In an Arbor Day ceremony made an *A" on every spelling test made paper mache globes and placed
;B In various grades. Yelto replacing Mrs. Mercy Dee ,Southslde campus with the planting of in which Mrs. Maria Kopelousos read ', .-during the -past six weeks: Tracy the seven continents and four oceans
g Mar. ID-Teacher Planning Day and' WakeflaU, in. third grade 'and Mrs. dogwood,' maple and cedar treeaJ'. ,a book about the meaning :and "'!Combs,.Devtn t Jackson, David. Page in( their correct: positions on the globe,,

I I Lawtey :News '1' Harry Green Auto. ,Parts, ,I Inc.:'

S= by Elizabeth Terry their brother and sister-in-law. Mr. ty Is extended to Mary J'ui ';guest star and participated In the 3201,Cal Street. 964.8011'Starks; Florida '

S phone and Mrs.O.J.Boyette.Jr.and family because and Ralph .show. .."Do-it Yonra ''" Bea4guar'tera'
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:; on Friday night. Futch death of their, Mr and Mrs. Larry: Norman went'to _
.CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake father, Melvin Futch,on Friday,r>b.t. the Normandy Baptist Temple in ;5 ....0011 Acton Kendal OH& OBFilteu. . :, .,.8.50
Grace United Methodist Church City were Sunday dinner guests of 4. Jacksonville to near Dr. Lee Sobersob S
5 had a fellowship supper on Sunday, their parents., Mr. and Mrs. HaroldEunice. on Friday night. (Fw RiMt American passenger cars and pickups) ,
B Feb. 6 at ft After we Mr. and Mrs.Franklin Starling and Mrs. Mary Van Ward and Debbie'Van P'f .
p.m. supper sang 6T-1 Kendal 011 Oil Rto'r..... .I..9.59. :
family of Bryceville were Saturday Allen with Shane Brandt. ,5qt :
S favorite hymns accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts and Mrs. ; along ,
C Lamar Priest and Roger Padgett with Beulah Norman went to Miami Saturday dinner guests of their parents Mr. \Ward, Rusty Van Allen and Mark .E I (For most American passenger cars and pickups| )
their guitars. Much good food and afternoon to see his father, Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling ,Shuford of Lawtey and Josh Leone of "
!! fellowship was enjoyed by all present. Roberts, who Is in the hospital and Deepest sympathy of,the community ;Jacksonville went to see, Miami' "Do-It Yoiiraclf" Valve Jobs include' -1- .';;. '
Missionary! John Haymond of NewS very sick. Our prayers are with him. is extended to Mrs. Ola. Starling.! ;Dolphins and New York'Jets football ; I'
Tribes Mission Tampa,was the guest we are happy to learn that Wayne Mrs. Margaret Pauley McClellan Mrs. Elinor playoff game the weekend of Jan. :82. : i Heads we have In tock rudy tot delivery and gasket set.with,. ,
a speaker at the service Sunday night Hardee was able to return home from Pauley Mrs.Mabel Mrs.. A rebulkUWe engine heads\

g S 7:30 at First p.m.Baptist Mrs.Church Haymond Feb. 6 and, at .Orange Park are with Hospital him.on Friday.. Ourprayers and Daisy Guy Shorting Futch! Mrs.due Pauline to the death DeVore'of, LAWTEYELEMENTARY L ,Most 350 ChlY.. . . .;. .'. ; .,. ,S65.00

jg: .daughter came with him. Mr. .and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and their brother-in-law.William Pringle.. SC1IOOLNEWS Mart 318 Dodge ..' ... . ? .. .$ 0.0tt

S PERSONALS: Mrs. Sarah Hallman of Keystone Paul' and Dick Magnuasen.. of Jax Color'Studio, the 'same 'company ;S '.Matt 240 a 300 ford.-."...... .* ..X -... ...S55.0B
= Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips of Heights visited their brother E..Lo' Holbrook, Miss, spent,the weekend: who took our Santa Claus pictures -
= Lake Butler visited their sister, Mrs. Kelly in Veterans Hospital, with their cousins,Mr.and Mrs. Ben-1.\ ,will be taking pictures of all the I Deposit required willie wi determine H your head can be rcbuBTj f
C Fate Redd, of Macon Ga. Their Gainesville, on Thursday. nle WUk Ion,Jr. ; students on Feb.16.The pictures will
mother, Mrs. O. J. Phillips returned Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Norman of Mrs: Mildred Lockhart: and her ,have a ,western background. The Your Complete Machine Shop Service '
;; home with them on Saturday. Ichtucknea Springs were Sunday din- brother BUI Willis of Jacksonville- package will contain one 8x10 2-8x7., .
= Friends of Mrs. Edna Browning ner guests of their parents,. Mr. and were Sunday dinner,guests of the: 10 large wallet size photos for a cost of l f f. Headquarters
S3 Moore regret to learn that she Is a -' Mrs. Truman Norman. "'
patient WUkison. Jr. s. $12.00. If you do not wish to purchase Engines Remanutacturvd .
In Bradford Hospital. Our Mrs. Virginia Jenkins of Milliard David DeVore and daughter Angle' the package please return it to the '
prayers are with her. was a Tuesday overnight guest 41f i. and Teresa Patterson attended the., school. Pictures will be sent home Head Reconditioned
Mr. and Mrs. Don' Boyette and mother, Mrs. O. J. Anders. circus at Jacksonville.Coliseum' on around Mar.L This Is NOT a prepaid Axle Bearings Praised

David of Macclenny were Runts of Deepest sympathy of the COI IIIUIIi- Feb.8.Angle was chosen.a special.:.',package.. Do not send money. ; Brake I1'IIII.TIIrII" .
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phone 488-l l> ELEMENTARlrSCHOm. ,.3 "
CoUiniandT.J.Orton. .
vUleVfor, participation in the'It's Headquarters. )::\
A-B Honor Roll CtndyxT ,',\
The students listed Fifth radeAllison Archey :El m ntaryk programwill; .J be -
Rummage Sale following were Davis, Rhonel Bites, Mary Hill,Misty >> ,i' Spec st Lubricate t 00 Change '
The Hampton volunteer Fire. on the A-B Honor Roll for the third six featured on TV. The 'program .Isscheduledjtor
Koehler, Jerry Lolacana, Angela Most American Can and pickups)
Department is sponsoring a rummage weeks gradingod: Mitchell, and Cheryl Thomas. 11:30I.m.on Channel. ( Passenger f
sale and chili luncheon on First grade-Jose Aviles, Angela
Saturday Feb. 12,from 10 a.m.until 5 Baker, Karla Broome, Morgan Est)', Seventh Sixth grade-Rob grade-Bernardo Powers.Baes,Jennifer t $4 IS 0 Irickulu 5 jt Dual Action .,
p.m. in the fire station. Johnny Hernandez, Shannon Patrick Clark.Cassandra Fisher,Mindy IU Kendal Oft a 01 Filter
Among sale items clothing furniture Dena Radford, Elisa Slerra-Aviles,. and ", THE BRADFORD ,
Hersey Andy Bedding. Nt.Wi .
tools, toys and household Samantha Truman Corey VanSyckel COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,
items will be available. Anyone Frank Williams and )Klmberly -' New Students. ; PuMihed every Thursday ;. da 33*.Habit check. el your cir I .. ,.
On Monday Feb. 7, Cavia Miller i .
wishing to donate to this sal may' Wilson. enrolled hi .the first- grade, Randy M 135 W. Cat Street f ,
leave articles at the fire;station on Second: gt'ade-Sandra Aviles, Gene Miller in the second grade and Mark.. Starts. Ftartda 32011 Cemaiete Central R pair'
Friday or call 468-2651 for more infor Dirt Stephanie Cardinr 'Angelina Miller In the third grade. They; ; .' a Tune-ups Brakes e Attemater Repair !,1t0.er:)
mation. Crews Faye Cruze, Donald Dick. formerly attended school Brooker. Sewn Clan postage paid at"i .
Good homemade chili will be sold at .
Danielle ':, ..
Heney Billy Kyle Joseph., It's Elementary Starke, Ftoita,
$1 per bowl beginning at noon. Miller and Donald! McWilliams. On Saturday;, Feb. 12, the 17. I i Store rteun:',T:00 a.m. .*fr.Mr M mHy -TrlMy'
New Baby Third grade-Scott Branham Josh students of Mrs. Daudette' Frees -'. SufcscifpflM Rates: Machine Shop and Garage .
Michael William and Deborah Cruse Jessica Fisher and David t .to-trade..: $10.00 par jeer. : 1:09 ....., 5:3Qjyn.Monday.! fidiySpeclala .
Elaine of Palatka Roberts. ft
Meng proudly an- : ._ $5.50 six nmttu
nounce the birth of their son, Michael I .1:00 .."'" ,(12;.ntirr Sato
Joseph Meng. He was born Feb. 2 at ': Outside tract me $11.00 per mar '
Palatka General Hospital welching t ;.r. RIchard Luke'sCONSTRUCTION s I ,/, $6.00 SIx mmttis BeW'thoi February 111, 1183
lbs. 13 oz. and measuring 18%inches.
Paternal grandparents are' Paul COMPANY ] f -_. -
and Ruth Meng of Hampton Lake. (
Maternal grandparents are Joseph' _
Curtner Starke and Mrs. Joyce Man r
Curtner of Tampa. f' t

Kelli Kelll Danielle Griff Griffis.Celebrates daughter of State Certified Buying ,Contracter(

Mr. and Mrs. Danny Giiffli ,of Absolute Guaranteed.. ,
Quality .
Graham, celebrated her fifth birth- "I. ,
day on Feb.6. Festivities began her of j .

home with a decorated cake and ice The City,of.Starke CtommupiityDevelopment$ Block Grant ,Office is compile

cream Sunday for she relatives accompanied and her friends.mother On, '. Residential I a list of general contractor to participate in the rehabilitation progra'm.,::, .,, f '

seven cousins and two aunts to ,

Jacksonville Rlngling where Bros.they Barnum all enjoyedthe and o, Commercial n*, All (Contractors'must. be able to::. ',, '. ', .,, ,; ,- :\ ;

Bailey Circus. Before coming home a.J ,. t<,.' .;"a .4' .,..ok. ;. .:. .-, .;(.?.., ,Y it'. .alotosiateclcbpy 'k;
f/ly _
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Restaurant where they also played I Provide state license.I'prnish {
'';'ffi a of 'l : -; / > ;' w f
games. < .:
Cindy Griffls HonoredOn v .Custom ,Built Hemes .'- '"'"'..., .. 'I ;; '."" 'E." l1"n.; ..."; r' :':t' .
Friday evening Feb. 4. Mrs. I ..1'1::: : \'" : I; :\ !
Cindy Griffis of Graham was honoredat Ht;'!", .' '. ,

Baker a baby Shelly shower Priest given and Ann by Claytonat Lynda Metal Building' 1 Call Us : \2i':; ')j evidence'of comprehensive public .liability i insurance: coverage

the home of the latter on Hampton $!; .' protecting the ownei? for not'less than $100,000., ., in,the event of bodily in-

Lake.Refreshments Included a decorated. Erection 496-2247 S" :jury including th and 25,000, in the'event of property damage arisiag : i

cake chips made and dip by and Kerry other Baker snack, punch foods., Afl type land preparation' Tract Housing; .. put'pf .th ""w. rk'cqverage;required,.by .local:.law. governing. Workm 's

Among special guests attendingwere Heating excavation Duplexes, W"-i: Compensation.! /;'.
Cindy'i mother. Mrs. Leona i I." "
Brown of Starke her sister,Glenda of .earth. AparbllllIts t v. ,

Mary Orlando Taibi, Mrs.of Graham.Julie Griffis and Mrs- :moving :. Compute'' ; jL Obtain! and pay fon 11?' all permits abed licenses necessary for the completion n '

2-Donns. BirthdaysFeb. Lackey was ; also. professional., .. Home 1ItnIed.IRI' itwI, i'I':?. and execution: of the i work,)and'labor. -. to be performed. ( ;, '' "*, '. ." ',tf' d..f<, (A i,,, ,

Roy had a birthday; Feb. A Jab esUmaUen I .ttepair; Garages" i : I."
Pone was 13; Feb. Mark ... '. ;"Perform l all work''. In onfonmancewithapplicabl iiocai cod. l:aM'I I
was 13; Feb.Jean Clark celebrated ,and Cis. PANes ';
Feb. 7-Kelli King was six, Faye Crux bIH' : 'quih elfnents whetiier'e ; ceewed by the'specificatial hnd'c drawings for' :
was eight and Miriam Brown Driveways. Decks,, I n,,
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celebrated.New harass. tis6itilea hid.He aleti 1'I. .", II ', "', '
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Marine Pfc. John' Men* left'Wednesday '

aviation l Feb. S, for special train-' :(, Abide<< ,byFederalk, Local l igtilationa.pertaining to equal, enitl I7!+ Ietrrl i,

electronic at Whibbey ,J .
Land i"
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Oak, Harbor Washington. i3. .
VIsKor We are-equipped and ready to build orrenoyate ...oiktFactor's"intt .eSted H6he9ek : : '1'1
,t ; ,.. to" Ii I..: 'w nBM'mi T. please make apphe Vta *- G

New Mr.York and flew Mrs.in Dominic to Gainesville dcotta: Fri-of .any thing. you noed,',with cool J--. : / \"to ttae Community Dev k>pm tit Office,'art;CRy'Hall. ,'Monday;'throufltl. ; PVlliiy 'r

inter day to, Mrs.spend Mary several Taibi days of with Graham their dence, 'precision and' quality guara. nt Jed..; '; ,'bl@ w.entb8 hours( 'of 800 k' a.m.,and 5:00. p.m.! ;
who is from recent : Florida: ... .
surgery.Dr. recuperating Serving.. ,All,- :, ,1'-u\. .. i

and Mr1. Paul Vasques of S n- f( tit"." .,
dusky Ohio spent the weekend with ((904)496-2247) / :; U1Uunhi Div. "
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J Starke Commission Alters FMP Contra ., it. ,, I' ,
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" A Change of contract Assodationon Starke welcome to buy all It wants, will( .pay for the work but VU1 run the the owner of the Martin Tackle lot on
!Florida Municipal Power Hence said.FMPA payments through the city. U8-301 north between Washington and
I (FMPA) has been approved by : M utility poles to Brownlee Streets, which burned
Starke commissioners. was unable to buy Intel the be acc dtwith' ) supplying', several years ago and has never been
" The change was between New Seminole power plant projects being the hardware. The city. unable now completely cleaned up.
Smyrna Beach and Tallahassee in. built In Palatka but did negotiate a to get poles and transformer; and, The city Utility Dept.. a mat.ed 25 :
which several megawatts of electricity 10-year agreement to purchase Continental recommended an, In- loads of debris remain on the proper" a
11' ty generating capacity was Worth power.That won't save the city much' dependent power contractor. City Attorney ty and at$2S per load Martin would be
from {4ew Smyrna to the tint few years l but savings should said there Is some billed$825 for to clean up the Ruoi
after an agreement, could not be Increase down the line as power risk to the city allowing private lot. Discussion ended however, when o
reached between New Smyrna Beach' generating costs rise, Henze ''company to do work within the city Brown told the council he can get in "
! and Tallahassee. 0' predicted. Ifenxe said two more coal- but such work has been done many touch with Martin. ""
The change doesn't affect Starke or fired plant are on the drawing board tltnea. > t1 .
1 1 In Taylor County to become operational -I*.,*.''i
\oxHenze In 1905. Agreed upon request to supply the Was told by surveyor Pat Welch Equipment, Bearings
bond trustees with air agenda prior to. there is enough dirt to fill in the new
j, also reported: In other action, the Starke commissioners meetings, '; ,' "Back Forty the portion of the industrial -
: park city owns on Ed-
j i FMPA bonds are validated, he Asked attorney Brow to look overbylaws wards Road, if the vo-tech center
1 hopes to sell the bonds In mid-March Approved a site plan for Roy of the ReqeaUOIL pt. clears: trees from the property. The
. and to close with Florida Power A Jackson's new grocery tore already culvert across Alligator Creek Is In,
I Light In mld April for -the FMPA under construction on East Call and Was told engine No.. 1'U not yet on Welch said. Put attorney Brown In
hares of StLude II. FPL estimatedIt Church Streets across from the city line. Commissioner Charles Schaefer charge of securing an easement to
. would take six years to have power plant and directly behind the said the city IS still holding the entire cross private property to the Back
St.Lucle U operational and Is only two new Sears Catalog Store. The site $89,000 it paid for the used generator Forty.
r), months behind, which is pretty good plan had not been presented to the .until the engine is In working order
said Henze. Projected Interest rate zoning board but the council acted on
plans for hew for
a building
when work was started on the Issue, request of contractor Jerry Ely so the Was told by Schaefer the city'Is in senior citizens Is still in the works
was 14 percent but now is down to work would not be delayed. the 'process now of readying the19ft3.8.t though construction Is a year away,in
around 10 henna added.
percent grant application to the U.S. answer' to a question by Senior
Agreed to'work with Continental Dept: of Housing and Urban Develop-' Citizens President
The city of Orlando la planning to Telephone when the company installs ment (HUD). .. Plans for the new building Harry Fertig.before a
build a 450 megawatt coafflred electricity under lines in the city around the Farmer's Home Administration.The are .
generator. A'deal has been The phone company Was told by attorney Brown that building Is to be placed on countyproperty I e
negotiated by FMPA to buy MS representative said the company will he has finally established means of behind the present courlinea at.r l
megawatts.: f.the. ,capacity' and hire a contractor to do the work and getting In touch with David H."Martin,

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I Lawtev- Commission to Pay.. '$500 for Dixie' 'Youth 1. I -We take farming seriously.Meeting

The 'Lawtoy'city c commission"' has seasons LDYA has used inmates from Was advised by Commissioner to the five locations. your needs for repair parts Is a busi-
ness don't take
agreed to pay the bulk of the fMO for Lawtey Correctional Institution as Bennett that the Bradford County we lightly. Because we under-,
paid professional the umpires. Considerable discussion Road Department will Lawtey Promised to get back in touch with stand how Important it Is for you to keep your
Lawtey Dixie ,Pro developed at the city council meeting streets as soon as poes grade weather the county on a resident farm equipment running not waiting for
gram. Monday night. 'permitting.The city recently dumped C.C.Anderson requeati bon who parts. Depend on us for the,right NAPA BearIngs -
Acting Monday night Feb. 7, the limerock on the streets. The county asked if enough for your harrow, baler spreader and other
commission agreed to pay WOO to the In other action the Lawtey council: has the. problem of mixing the right-of-way to clean out a drainage Implements. And of course parts for your car, .'/
Lawtey Dixie Youth Association, as limerock with subsoil so the roads will ditch which extends under SR-22S pickup and heavy-duty truck. Get them all In I
the council usually does, plus made a Approved a street light to be installed not get potholes as quickly and to cut east just 50 yards beyond SR-200B, .
promise to pay the additional$340 but at the Post Office on a motion down on the dust from the 'limerock. and proceeding north under Mid-
only after attempts have been made by Councilman Marvin Roster dleburg Road.eAf.proved. .
.to. solicit funds from local businesses. seconded by Councilman Buster Ben- Added! two l locations to the three
LDYA'plans to use paid umpires nett. Council members agreed!! 'in presented by Commissioner Laura at the request of Com- fij'aA _
'<, this year due to objections about the January to look at the site when Harris and Water Dept. Supervisor $100 to install
.o' quality of umpiring from the StarkeRecreation Wayne Massey said the PO area Is Barry Watts and asked Mrs. Harris water pipes and spigots on the city
Department.. previous dark at night and needed a light to pursue bids on extending city: water hall lawn. ww

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Bradford County Middle School Friday,..... l&ol'llla Th e Blanket,..-bum, Thursday Pea. U-Frled chicken, rte. *"ll'"'*ipravy'' chetMbursm, mllkaluuua.Tkinaiy. /-.area.
and an elementary schools "aabbag ilMw pearls crisp milk. gnu,tiaana: poach crisp chaw roll",milk. Feb. IT-HamburgOTa, trench fries, Stark Prts.; I
'FrUay. Fak. UVBof-A-Ront ehnaa alls, gardenALACARTE mU_.. -
M +ar. Fak. 14-Butmw. ca BUB, Irtnch Maa, Bradford County High School' plaia. Motor
applauuca,milk. aaUd,ruil jelo,,hot rolls,milk 'f! i Friday. F.... it-Plna, peach Iris, mllkihaluM,
Ch ,
teller ,
Taaiaay.Few IJ-O.U1 W/Baam.laltnatrackan, Mxaay.Hamburger on Bun. '.
/ Brownlee Road
1 laraaa ulad. (wachai.cinnamon. roll,ODIILr..I&oIWD. picfcto.french trNS or potato rounds appbMUM, 9B4- OfiOLOVEISMT
w.d aiaa.y.: ..... rric.vr. IIIUhedI Drmmia. { milk.TMaaay. _IF. Few It-fiat, chMMburstn, Wench I
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.otat butumd grace cfeocolata i cake r t.8oIf.V..bIe.1Ioup. "
.Ktatlm. ,milk.lhanaar. ? local paaehaa,choeolata cake,milk.Wataaitfajr. ,......", r... I&oH..buraen.II,'fries,
Feb. sewed Chldum rice fray, raw laiBcana, 4 Watnara,'cabbag. .--. pizsa. ir
green.baua,fruit....,dM>M rallt,mlllu, law. ,fruit cup,cinnamon. roll milk. ,Wedseeday: rk. ,..- r.lICb 1.ln./lpl.



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!; About Place Names in This Area

I Have you ever beard the name of a Call, and Swift Creek, among others. Starting this week"we will publish excerpts ?
\ town, county, this area and Some of these were In the part of Bradford : from Mr. Morris's book (with
J wondered JUIr-bOW the name County that la now Union County some additions) concerning names In
f! originated-who It was named for and west of New River. this part of the state, which are of In-
whyT Old issues of rile T.l.f roph: carried There is no record of how and why terest to our readers. Starting In
"country oorreepondencel"fromluch most of these carried the names they alphabetical order, they are:
place as Ziff Boatdraln, Rising, did, but fortunately, thanks to Allen BAKER, COUNTY-Florlda's 38th
and many others which have long since Morris! king-time clerk of the Florida county created February 8, 1861 and
i fallen into disuse and completely House of Representatives and author of named:; for James McNair Baker
< forgotten In 1880 there were schools "Florida Place Names," we do know (1822-92), Confederate States senator
I named Vanderbilt, Pine Hill Water the origin of many names of towns and Judge of the 4th Judicial District of
i Oak.Nebo B= :rape,New Zion Fort counties and cities in our state. Florida.; .

vim named for ten-year-oiQ -y.
Hampton grew up around old railroad station

!1 -. called BALDWIN Thigpen,(Duval but renamed County-Flrst m 1880 to. Scene above shows activity at height of strawberry shipping season. I

1etJiTORiA1S: honor Dr. A. S. Baldwin who played a

leading role In securing construction of established in 1830. When the Atlantic
the first railroad into Jacksonville. The with Cedar Key, and passing through to-Gulf railroad was built through the
town sprang up at a point where tho Starke. area in the IBM a more dignified name
I I'I railroad from the west branched to CEDAR KEY (Levy CountyLocated for the settlement was needed.
Month Observed Jacksonville and Fernandina. Dr. on an island (or key) in the Gulf of Although several names were considered
Black Baldwin served in the, 1952 Florida
History vote held and
Mexico,the town was established In the a popular was
Legislature 'and was a prominent named for Gen. Edmund
1840s and named for the abundant the town was
surgeon In the Confederate army. growth of cedar trees,which were used Pendleton Gaines early war hero.,

in the manufacture of pencils. Three GREEN COVE SPRINGS (Clay
It was gratifying to see youngsters of went home with a better understandingthe BELL (Gilchrist CountyIncorporated : pencil manufacturing plants,located In County-Settled In 1830 on the banks of
In 1903 shortly after a branch line Cedar Key, were closed down after the St. Johns River and named for the
who the
black community studying and and appreciation of those have
of the Seaboard Air Line railroad was supply of cedar wood was used up. celebrated springs which
at overcome almostinsurmountable built from Starke to Wannee on the sulphur
making reports
line CLAY COUNTY-Florida's 37th county brought many tourists to that location
Suwannee This branch
River. was
a workshop last ,ob- known locally as"Peggy."The name of established Dec. 31, 1858.Named for'' In the 70s and 80s.

Saturday after- stacles to' obtain Bell was given to the town and postof- Kentucky's.Henry Clay secretary of HAMPTON (Bradford County-Set-.- ,
the flce the of state under John Quincy Adams. Uement started in small In 1858
noon, on and advancement as result a beauty contest a way
leaders of their recognition won by Bell Fletcher,daughter of a prominent 'COLUMBIA'' COUNTY-The 16th when the new railroad line from Fer-
of their farmer of the area. county established Feb. 4, 1832 by a nandlna to Cedar Key was built. The
race, in the fields culture in Ameri division of Alachua County. Was given settlement was known as "Cross

of education, ca. BRADFORD COUNTY-36th Florida the poetical name for the United States Roads" In the early days.Although how
sports, entertain- County established by legislative act of <( New River County the story is told that Henry Saxon ST.,'
ment and other Dec.8,11161,renaming DUVAL COUNTY-Florlda's 4th
x,{ ti Bradford County. "Bradford" in honor of Capt. ,county established Aug. Nam- an early settler,owned a farm near the
aspects of their '" 1211822. center of the town. When the
has produced some Richard Bradford, first Florida officer ed for William P. territorial
Saxon moved to another location
culture. Civil War.
killed in the governor of Florida.
outstanding lea' a family named Terry moved
',; ders in many fields BROOKER (Bradford County-In FERNANDINA (Nassau County and as the settlement grew up around
':The workshop, 1892 Thomas R. Collins, a native of- -Settled by Spaniards in 1567. it claimsto the railroad tracks,it came to be called
Professor A.O.
be the second oldest in Florida.
city Hampton, the name of the Terrys' ten-
which took the. Jenkins Columbia County: bought property Fernandina the of :.
in education about mile southwest of present site was early name year-old son. Hampton was first incor
young people away y.,, Larry Brown of Brooker.one His petition for a post office Cuba conferred upon it by Columbus In porated. Julyl,1893.HAWTHORNE, '
1492 tribute
as a King Ferdinand of
from other diversions in August, 1894 tie was
in athletics Robert was granted ; appointed Spain. It Is believed that the name was
on a carefree postmaster and named the post (Alachua County)
Scott in given to the Florida settlement for the
public service
Saturday' after-. i office after the old Brooker Bridge -Once known a. Waits Crossing for'Calvin
to mentionnoon. across the Santa Fe River at this point. Walter* large landowner. Adjacent } -'
was staged in .. L1.L just a few. But as The bridge took its name from Ed FJLORIDA..Dlscovered by Juan land to the north ,was owned by
the recreation- Brooker, a farmer of that area. Ponce da Leon on Easter Sunday, 1513 Jamea M. Hawthorn and called
Gerald Clark Enjoys Biography Deacon David Ross Named Florida because Easter' inS
hall of a ., Jamestown. In 1880 the two settlements
education. advised the 20 CALLAHAN (Nassau CountySettled least Is known as "Pasqua de Flores" merged and the town was named
Cawtey church as part of the local young people Saturday, "The impor- about 1860 this community was ( of Flowers). Hawthorn, with an extra "e" added on

i. observation of Black History Week. tant person now is YOU. What you tan named for one of the contractors engaged GAINESVILLE (Alachua County-A several years later, -

and will do to build the In construction of the Atlantic-to- white settlement known as Hog Town (The story of place names In this area.
The workshop was well planned, prepared upon exampleof Gulf railroad, connecting Fernandina grew! 'uP around a trading, post ,will be continued: next week.) .
and presented and there is no others" of our race have left for you to,

doubt that the boys and girls attending follow.

By Bobby Taylor .
County Agent Notebook "'Brad/ordCounly Agent' I

Medicare r ," "" ..I"'.?'.! V. 1a' .,, :,
May Help Payments y ". !J '.

I' ... The"storm"Jast week and 'more rain several years of bad times because of high) lion again feel that,recent prices and our,.
iPos .'. over,the weefcepd\ baa slowed Held :work cosU-of production and low prices for their economic situation*re pot good CDOU.lJ
O 1J',At3eragmg Hospital si i 110 1 throughout the county' .s'.Water standing catUgatt)a IIUIl'kets. Many are making no ease.re if ''j3 :hliii l'9 IIfI'IJ8fDi'dab : ', .
N 4odlllib181Nae.-Aei And pas6 ahiesrfotihe; Jewel-' .mon Y'aI,t.-but adIi trYWIr.to
!11'. t'I "ac { hm4olt'unw'y /
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There Is interest In our youth steer and '
According to predict from U.S. Advocates of the fixed-payment plan However t crops like strawberries, swine shows as evidenced by the numbers
Senate basing maintain' that since hospitals will be greens and pastures were not seriously af You )might wonder why some cattlemen entered this year. I mentioned this In this
fected. Some harvest of and cabbage
greens stay In business when they are getting no column last week. I did make
Medicare to allowed to retain their savings However
payments hospitals on a they' continues even though strawberry returns for their labor and investment.I'm mistake that
one column the
national cost for will have incentive to work has slowed due to concerning:
specific colder
average a strong picking sure there are many reasons,but my guess dates of these shows and sale activities) at
treatments has a good chance of passing with doctors to hold: down the length of temperatures with frost In most fields. is that there Is some pleasure or enjoy. the fair. .

the State Health subcommittee and a patient's stay, and contain the ment In raising cattle and being a cat-
Recent freezes have caused of the I stated that the swine show was,
some tleman.Others might be tradition,or making
its parent, the Senate Finance Committee spiralling cost of ,other factors addingto older leaves oft strawberry plants to turn use of land that has been in the family Wednesday night with the sale Friday
in time for a full Senate vote in the expense of a hospital stay. brown and look somewhat bad, but the for years and not for sale. Maybe a cattle night when I should have said the swine

March. Secretary Schweiker that the crowns of most plants are growing and operation even thqugh not a money mak- sale was Thursday night of the fair The
argues swelling with the formation of new growth ing deal,will help the cattlemen retain the steer show should have been reported for
Prospects for favorable action in the ceilings are needed to contain hospitalcost and bloom. Prospects continue to be excellent land and keep it in a productive state. 'Friday<< night with the sale Satrdry,!%, 2
., House, as well as the Senate, seemed inflation, which rose 12.9 percentin for an early season with good production April 9. ,
good following testimony before the 1982-more than three times the 3.9 and quality Swine production In our county is down' .1 .,,. Qtllvllf( :
now even though bog prices, have been
House Ways and Means Committee by percent rise!! in consumer prices.. Winter pastures e and ryegrassare pretty good for the"last year or so. Most of ,This error,has caused some discussion
Secretary Richard Schweiker of the of the legislation contend making good grow and supplying our producers either cut down or went out by .officials of both the, Bradford-Union
Health and Human Services Depart- Opponents' much needed grazing to our cattle. This la of business a couple of years ago after Swine Association and the Bractford-UnVXm
that fixed Medicare payments could a welcome sight for cattlemen who have several years of low. prices and high cost, Cattlemen's Auoclatlon..1: could be.uUt, .i
ment. lead to a variety of abuses, including been buying hay. and other feeds for of production. the schedule of activities! might be,clUlpg-,T
The Medicare of serious several weeks. IIncidentially ,: ed this year (like I erroneously
proposed ceilings rejection by some hospitals .,j_, : Many of our folks who should like to'pro .last week reported
would represent a major change in the ly ill patients discharging some patients ,; cattlemen have had duce hogs and have not cranked up produc- made. I'll) if certain arrangements can be
report developments later.Deliti .
way the program reimburses hospitalsfor prematurely, and successive ad- .;. .
the medical care provided for the missions of a patient for repeated \ I _' "", ::1"P. '.

elderly and disabled. Currently the treatment of the same illness. But Forestry in Bradford County-: ..,,-N.... '" 4.. 'rI

program pays hospitals on the basis of Secretary Schweiker believes the risk ; tti''a y.
whatever the individual hospital of malpractice suits would cause t>> ..

charges for the service. The new hospitals to guard carefully against Bradford By David County W.Norton/ Forester 110,000 landowner total cosKhartng may receive funds more during than one' 'Sport ieChampion .>( :... :\

method would establish fixed such actions. lu 7. program' year. This includes. FIP '. ?.Ail ''V4
in 467 different of The Forestry Incentives Program (FIP payments alone or' In *, Teaual
payments categories Despite these reservations by some combination with" ;; jitp;( ,
provides cost-share assistance to private any other U.S. Department of
hospital treatment based on national Agriculture
two influential organiza- landowners for stand
opponents, growing a cost-sharing program. Dear Editor! J"
averages for patient care. tions the Federation of American marketable timber.How can an interested 4

Hospitals, Association, which speaksfor landowner obtain this assistance? ThIa fa a rrto a letter In jnhtn o .p'ayr ;

For example, if the national average the entire industry,are on record In brief, 'to Ineligible' for cost-share Water' Use Permits last Thursday, concerning'the 11Ifea '
cost for surgery was $5,000 or$10,000. a the of assistance one must:\ sport at Bradford High. .,4'\.
asi generally supporting concept As dedicated. athletes we feel thai be'
to '
hospital would '
receive that amountnomore 1.Own than 1.000 of forest- MustObtained
fixed-payment categories. no.more acres 'good and Intel in ,
any sport, yon t.
and less. If the land.
no to'the
actual cost t- ,make commitment to that ,
hospital were less the billing institution On the whole, it seems to us that the landowner. sport:Once this r\
2.Be a private For New: Uses, commitment Is made,
would be entitled to keep the advantages of making Medicare, processors, public" Wood a ate will enjoy the sport even bettor. ,

difference. Actual costs above the fix- payments on the basis of national public ownership are not eligible. According to Jim Faulkner,chairman of who fit truing four q of 1fIII"! "

ed payment would represent a loss to averages far outweigh the concerns ofa 3. Own land thai to suitable either for the Bradford Soil and Water Conservation state to have the goal fit wln lillrg[
of hospitals that might forestation District the Suwannee River a couple of team members
the hospital, though there would be minority or unproved forest management Water'Management not wanting to make the
provisions in the bill to cover the treat- operate in such unusual and have J.I, wate District has announced that achieve this much sought after goal. ..to.'
use permits
ment of patients who need special inefficient circumstances as to 4. Own land that Is capable of producing must be obtained required by Rule 40 B-2 keeping those who waul:'to succeed flees
prior to
care. penalize their patients with excessive commercial umber crops: in a suitable,. withdrawals for starting succeeding. .
new uses ( wells .
charges. It might also prove advantageous -<' period of time, J f ;, < new ) Case in point, last yearg Cross Cothay

HHS estimates that hospitals :will to some hospitals by allowing If an owner is eligible' for FIP and wants ,approaching Since the 1963 and irrigation it requires season'is fast definite team (boy possibility) bad,of\ achieving

receive$38 billion of the$57 billion that them to keep the savings.they would to make a should started without;the FIP ap- ly 60 days to obtain a permit,new approximate users are. until their second best runner, I.
plication delay
Medicare is ,expected to pay out in earn through efficient operation, and because procedures take tlm*.The first advised to submit completed applications Warren,broke his toe playl.n aandIot '".
fiscal 1983, and $44 billion of $63 billion could be beneficial in eliminating the step is to contact the County Agricultural as. soon as possible.Faulkner said[ ,, baD.. Exactly the complication .

in total Medicare outlays estimated for practice of cost-conscious patients who Stabilisation and Conservation Committee For example,'application received) 'Loper year's work was tryingto went prevent. The. '
around''!,for the most inexpensive office and apply for cost-aharing,,This contact -> down the drain.i; ,
fiscal 1984, October 1, 1983. now "shop 'the Water Management:District before' ' Most of the'starting er will be used to health service they can obtain- will will set in motion a series of steps that Feb.18,1983.can be processed by April 21. few Is what's holding our
pay personal, physicians. ,-sometimes at the expense of quality. | carry the rIP proce8IJ through to compleUoB 1983. N wlrrlga tors who will need to begin :back from achieving ,
; : i ?*..q ,. ,-. withdrawals Oils spring should apply tor* There is no room In the olll"
I.The'county itBeS: office will asks the ,water use permits as soon as potwibl* Ink sports program' fora
,. state forestry agency to examine an appli order to avoid the necessity of obtaining. 'sot went to look for and
I cant's property and certify the need for emergency permit, Faulkner. said, Maybe this w why there are two boysatet
: practices covered In the application;, llrUcIpa: ting lot.spWie at.B.H.s. '
yfhata4 "5.,A' fetiwtsr such'as !, Any questions regarding Rule 40 B-2 and 8I n4iIcI. aY :1 .
: qualified a con- water use permits should be directed Concernedr''atthfetee': '
k 7rog iitiiiWitip4 fulling then forester or, \Industry forester will Suwannee River Water Management to the Track Baseball. Temus r Crolla epresant f
prepare a forest management plan. ,I
The plan must ba aosm oved by the state \DIstrict, HI.', 8cIK 04, Live, Oak, Fiends' and Football' -.,', ,

son'a. forester or his repriwhtaUve,' 'ii i 331t6N, elaphone 31001 wN f'' n4thheld en. ,",request)
J0HN II. HHUERThmtoy '
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PrtaeiarsPM4W 3.: On request i, Ihe'sJAtfl forestry agency: :
may be available" fir, technical! help,
SUN. sal Mtw*M fan**elm Wrtwr at w tat once whether for tree planting or timber Stand

I A,.' at Slut.*.H ssr Ant- st Mm 1. '171' ::: 'f o rpthw ., improvement. I
:. Y 4. Finally, 'tho!.bae' forestry agency NeyENRON
satwlpsae sM Is Inds awe file For Year= ilia till lamas'AWN : ',
... must certify that the project has been completed
.uu bade Me 111 Per JIM 5010 Sa Mesas. 9tarle.Nsith.. salisfactorUv; then cost-share) pay-'.,

I moot Is made by tHt county ASCS office.' Around/ of honey contemn the ernes of two mif lon downs.

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I Willoughby, ,and Tomlinson Y Oc II Did You Know. I

The. Social Side ,
Married Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eggersof; Miss ;Anita;Green, of.Fernandina
in England. Huntsville, Ala. visited Mr. and Mrs. Beach spent Friday and Saturdaywith
jf\ /* B. J. Eggers from Thursday to Sunday her parents, Mr. .and Mrs.
James Earl Tomlinson, son of Gladys MootySJ The They were joined on Sunday by Herbert Green.
and Mrs. Wtnfred E. Tomlinson of ,\ Mr. and Mrs. John Eggers and Mr. I.
r.rrke. and Bonnie Jeanne : r and Mrs. David Byers and families of Mi1. 'and Mrs. Turner Savage of
daughter of Mr and Mrs. 80cie Editor. Jacksonville.Mr. Charleston, SC. were Friday over-
WllIoUghbYl of night guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
\IU Pittsburgh. 964-7608 News and Mrs. Richard Hobbs and Haas.
N.Y. !
were united presently!,jn.,. marriage>residing in Tampa, ; : family of Jacksonville and Darlene
Saturday, "
June 26, 1982 in England. 'Tha ".. 1',." '' Brown of Brooker were Sunday
visitors of their Mr.and Mrs.
ceremony,was conducted by Pastor II 1'I r ? J. C. Hobbs. parents Earl Beasley of Houston,Texas was
Rick Stuckeat the New, Testament H I .. \r.! /" Saturday and Sunday visitor of Mrs.
Baptist Church In Suffolk,England. : Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sayne of Tam- O, L.Beasley and Mrs.:J. W.Kincaid.
Presenting' a program of nuptial Applicants Register Soon
weekend of his uncle
were guests
music were pianist, Densie Neil; Jrt '. pa and aunt!, Mr. and Mn. R. P. McLen- Marlon Langston of Columbus, SC.
organist Linda Dobbs and aN ''' : week of Mrs. Dolly
Soloist v was guest last .
Frank Nett. The bridegroom's beat w'Mfr Spiers. ,
man was Ray Murtagh The bride's For Strawberry PageantAttention and Mia. Houston McClane
matron of were honor Trudy; Nikki Murtagh Stucke, have returned after two weeks at Attending a workshop conducted by
bridesmaid Panama City Beach They were Joined the Santa Fe Health Care System for
and Stucke as all ladies between! for Col. and Mrs. R. G.
flower young Applications to enter the pageant one day by the Board of Directors of Bradford
girl. Master Adam Mutolo was the ages of 16 and 21. If you are a can be picked up at the BHS office and1 Kidd of Ft. Walton Beach. Enroute Hospital Friday. to( Sunday at Palm
ring bearer.
by Steve Dobbs The closing prayer was Bradford County resident or a student Mitchell's Drug Store. Each contesIn home they visited their son, Dr.Glenn Coast Sheraton Hotel were: Guy Andrews -
'The bride's the Bradford County School system tant must have a sponsor and must McClane in Tallahassee for two Mr.'and Mrs. C. E. Ostoen.
gown was made of lace qualify to be candidate for the submit black and white anjMrs.
with Queen Anne neckline and you a a photo. nights. Mr. and Mrs. Al K. Carlisle, Mr.
sleeves full Strawberry Queen Pageant. Deadline for entry is Friday,March 4. Robert Moore, Mrs. Lucile
puff with satin ribbons "
and Many activities have been plannedThe Mrs. James L. Waters of Lawteywas
Green, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stephen-
streamer trim. The tiered skirt
and 21st annual Strawberry Queen for contestants. Some of these inn honored at a surprise birthday son, Mr and Mrs. Jesse Moore,
.sweeping! chapel train were scalloped pt Pageant will be held Saturday,March elude: visiting a modeling agency, party last Thursday night given by Lawrence Dugger Frank" Mitchell,
at the
I edge.The fingertip veil of sheer 26 in the Bradford High School. make-up and hair demonstrations her children at the home of Mr. and and Dr. and Mrs. Pete Felos.
illusion was topped with a spray of 't'. auditorium. and an orientation for all contestants. Mrs. Wilbur Waters.
white flowers. She carried
a flowing Jack Rink and of
Jeanne Mooney
cascade of flowers in shades of blue
Don't Forg.f Your Volonttno Tallahassee were Saturday to Tues-
;A reception followed the ceremony Ministerial Alliance Meeting Feb 17 Monday..... 14 day guests of Mr. and Mrs. William
given by Pastor Rick and Lisa Stucke. Famous Hallmark Cards Rink and they all visited Disney'
The Is a 1980 graduate) of Say It AH
groom The Bradford County Ministerial'dination; of churches in the county, World.
Bradford High School, presently stationed Alliance will be having a meeting, working together in providing a food THIOFFICISHOP110W. '
at Royal Air Force Base Thursday, Feb. 17, at noon at the'closet., a clothes closet and an .CollM457M Burge Searing and daughter, Erin
Lakenheath, England, where he has Western Steer Family Steak House. ,:' 'fund. The Alliance also of Atlanta visited his mother Mrs.
been for the: past two years Mr.and.Mrs,James. Tomlinson The Ministerial Alliance Is a coorf sponsors emergency several community services Tom Slade. Jr. of Orange Park Earl B. Searing over the weekend.Mr. .

." visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. and Mrs Drew Reddish
.f H. Slade on Sunday. celebrated their 30th wedding an-
I lJpco"mihgEvent 1 niversary Tuesday.Feb. 1, at a fami-
$ .
_. ------ Mrs. Marion Harrington and ly dinner at the Chart, House
q' daughters of Ormond Beach were Restaurant in St. Augustine given by :
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. and Stan Reddish and Mr.
Mr. Mrs.
St. Marks Youth Sponsor ,Episcopal Woman to select a time;date and place for the Junior Woman's Club Seymour. and Mrs. Tommy Reddish. ,:
Annual 1 Pancake Supper'Th reunion. If any classmate has any
To Hold
Open MootingThe suggestions for the reunion please at- Shaping Up Plans

tend this meeting. If for some reason, For Beauty ContestThe
youth of St. Mark's Church and
Episcopal Churchwomen of the
cannot attend and would like to
their parents will cook pancakes anllDUSllge ,Diocese of Florida will hold you
an open make ,
suggestion pleasecontact
a Starke. Juntori Woman's Club A
$ to sell with board CONSIGNMENT
orange juice meeting on Tuesday,Feb. 15,at -
either Kay Waters at 964-6941 or Raft" will hold its regular meeting Monday,
coffee and milk at the Shrove Tuesday
10 am. at St. Mark's Parish House. -
Pancake Supper from 9:30-7:30 Rev. Canon Richard M.'Turk will be dy Jones at 964-5927 (after 5.p.m.). .:". Feb. 14 at 7:30: p.m. at the club house
Feb. 15. the with hostesses JoAnn Agin Maura
speaker at the meeting. "
Srov.Shrove Tuesday, also known as Fat O'Neal and Theresa Schlofman U
Tuesday, Is the day of eating before' Plans for the Strawberry Queen Land Homes Equipment.
Lent begins..What better thing to eat Children's. Clothing, Pageant will be discussed.
than hot;' buttery, syrup-drenched. BHS 19&8 Class '' The Club will be providing
Household Items '
refreshments for the Valentine dance
The cost Is$2.00 for adults and Jl.SO Planning ReunionThe Needed by Needy for the Mental Retarded Boys and C March 19I
for children, fifth grade and Girls group Homes in Bradford Coun
younger. class of 1968
Drinks are 25 cents.All proceeds go to graduating reunion meeting at. Anyone having discarded clothes I ty. The dance is Friday night, Ft'b.11
will hold 15
St. Marks Youth. Come out and eat a the home'of a Wilbur year and Kay Waters, for children, any size, and toys plus,; from.7 to 9 p.m. at the club house. T I
delicious meal In front of a cozy 600 W.'Madison street on Thursday, household Items please bring them to I Bradford
fireplace In St. Marks Parish Houseat Feb. 17, at 7:30 p.m. 1111 Calvary St.or call984-5548.Item.! :', County
212 Church Street In Starke. The purpose of the meeting will be may also be left at RJE School. '",

|I. Fairgrounds
\ Double Birthday JY'P 4.i; FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ,

j Party Saturday! .d\oili.lh. 4,. l' ( Hwy Pastor 11 W.George ft Weldon Watson 964-6971 and For Information Call:

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Mrs. Mary Rahme of Waldd, who rl- G. OI' The Congregation Invite You to. ,
was 100 years old and her nephew ",'b \ Come and Worship With Us Ronnie Newman 468-1220
Henry B. Hinaon of Hampton, who" < "" \.0 Sunday tchaal. .. .. .. .. . .10 AM ,
old celebrated their blr- .,: ,,.,., ..... ... \ \ Marring WonNa.. . .. .11 AM .t
"! !' V ', "" N :1\ nandrCmpkcWc-473-7028:
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luncheon given by Hazel Star of .. ., .J ;V n
Waldo, Marjorie Jones>and friends I la I tr
and relatives. '#1. o "
Mrs. Rahme received a birthday ra.fro. : I
card from President and Mrs. FORTUNE'S
Reagan on the event.
Over 125 relatives and friends enJoyed -
a covered dish luncheon with
several cakes,and other desserts beIng -

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II' Stephanie Redding ChosenTo Minister of the Year Award to be OfferedThe I

1"activities the minister belongs to,any
Kiwanis Club of Starke Is offering form at any of the following the should
1 reasons why person
award to the most businesses: Denmark inirniture,
a special award. .
Attend Youth.. Seminar outstanding minister for the past Starke Power and Equipment Company receive All nomlnlations the should be sent to
T.G. &Y.Deadline .
1962. or
year nominations is Thumday Kiwanis Club of Starke, Minister of
This award will go to the clergyman for
P.O. Box 125, Starke, Fla.
, Bradford High School sophomore Stephanie Redding,has been selected as who has made the greatest contribution March 24. A person can also the Year, .
r- one of the 188 tenth-graders from around the state to attend a 1983 Florida to the'.plrltual and physical life nominate) someone by putting on a The minister nominated must
i Youth Leadership Seminar sometime during April-June In Orlando. of Bradford County during the past sheet ol paper.the ministers name, live In or 9e in
nominated based on her leader'ship address and phone number, listing either Kingsley
of at BBS Stephanie year
f A committee faculty Lake
'Il i Seminar Is be nominated the church he/she serves, and Bradford County
1 t ability and long list of activities and accomplishments.\ The Ministers can by any
f. hosted by the Orlando Jaycees__ part 01 the Hugh/ 'D4nMK Youth Foundation Individual by picking tin a nominating describing any community, ; or area.
Stephanie, the daughter 01 Mr.and Mrs. Lonnie Redding,Jr.,of Starke,and' ,
the other students will be CJIUUVVU to and have MBcn.iMMiviM with leaders In the' / Termed 'a Success
realms of American economics,business, science, government and Industry.The First' Blood Pressure: Clinic/( at Hospital I
Youth Foundation's motto is "motivating tomorrow?
leaders Hugh today." Literature published by the Foundation says O'Brian's pur- Seventy-nine people had their blood ,show their family physician r clinics will be held every month on the'
,\ pose in funding the organization In 1958 Is based on seeking out recognizingand pressure and pulse taken at the first The blood pwimire clinics are open first Tuesday from 1-4 p.m. ,In the.
rewarding the leadership potential of high school sophomores and to encourage monthly free clinic given by the staff to the puMI and tree"of charge, .,The Bradford Hospital Library.: / I
and assist members of "this formative age.. group" in their quest for at Bradford Hospital on Tuesday. r '"
self development. Feb. 1, from 1-4 p.m. Cards with the III 1
Stephanie Is a member of the National Honor Society, Science Club Bible blood pressure and pulse readings
Club and Little Women's Club. She Is the vice-president of the sophomore recorded on it were given to each person The Law Firm of
class and secretary of the Hampton 4-H Club. so that they can have a record to-

Stephanie Redding Dealt Forget Your Volantln Bessent, Moody fit Salzmanannounces .
Don't''.<...VwwValMitlM Say ft AllNe. Monday,fob. 14
.Jai,Fa*. 14 THE OFFICE SHOP Famous Hallmark: Card*.
Hallmark Cards 110 W.Call St. .
Famous Say It Att. '
6445744Showers_._I_eeee--- "*W.Coil st. Relocating
new office at
a stork shower Tuesday night, Feb. I, Mrs. Mundorff was also com
Cheri WallShower given by Miss Patti Mulling and Miss plimented at a stork shower given by Street
Honoree Luana Mundorff at the home of the the ladies of the Church of God of 403 W. Georgia

latter on Laura Street. Lawtey on Saturday night, Feb. 5, Sabbath Assembly
Miss Cheri Wall,whose marriage to held at the J.L. Wilkinson home In Starke, Florida
event of Feb. was gayly SERVICES 10:00: am Saturday
Ronnie Norman was an The party room Raiford.
5, was honored at a bridal shower decorated with stuffed animals'at The ladies of the church presented 7:30 pm Tuesday (between the courthouse 6t Holiday Inn)
Tuesday night, Feb. 1, given by Mrs. points of Interest. The' refreshment Mrs. Mundorff with a huge box of Starke Feb. 14 1983
Lil Ayer and daughters, Gladys Ann table was covered with a baby cloth baby accessories as a memento of the Country Road 230A- Effective Monday. ,

and Vonda Kay at their home in Deer- decorated with teddy bears, baby occasion. Phone 473-2442 number remains 964-7262
wood subdivision. booties and balloons.The cake, at one Twenty guests enjoyed the occa- Andrew Gate,Fitlw AlWafcMM Telephone
Two games were played by the 12 end of the table carried out the same sion.
guests and prizes awarded after motif. Punch was served at the other '
which refreshments were served end of the table. _. ,. ?:::.i..Hfc from a table covered with a beige lace CHECK OUR
cloth centered by a cake decorated In EAGLE1e a e r LOW PRICES
two shades of burgundy. Games with prizes and e FRIDAY A ,971.
The hostesses presented the refreshments were enjoyed by the 22 e SATURDAY
honoree with two pieces of her chosen guests between the hours of 7 and 9:30
silver ware as a memento of the occa- p.m. The guests included the .
sion. honoree's. mother, Mrs. J. L. Wilkinson. check, compare ,

Stork Showersfor
The honoree was given a infant car
Mrs. Mundorff seat from her hostesses as a mementoof \
the occasion. pE 4e4
Mrs. Pat Mundorff was honored at ..__ PTO WEt.\ NB
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The Eugene Normans
w. T. Weeks U.D.C. Entertain With 9

Has ProgramOn Rehearsal Dinner "

Sidney LanierA MR.tICOEE4\4! \ j ..r. .+
Mr.and Mrs.Eugene Norman gavea
program on poet Sidney Lanierwas dinner party Friday night at the "
given at the W. T.Weeks, U.D.C. Enlisted Men's Club at Camp Blan- c es
meeting Wednesday afternoon, Feb. ding for their son,Ronnie and fiancee,,
2, held at the home of Mrs. George Cheryl Wall after the couple's wed

Roberts, Sr.President. ding rehearsal.
Mrs. Herbert Thomas The head table was centered with :
presided over the meeting. Mrs. an arrangement of silk roses, fern ftl :1 mmat 40
Franklin Welsgerber and Mrs. Lester and baby's breath with three burning EImW
Crews reported on the recent District candles In the middle. On each end of Rebate{' '
It meeting they attended .in. ,, .the table were arrangements of fresh j ., / I
Gainesville. Mrs. Thomas read a flowers centered with a single candle ,\ ,'" g1f ar .. 694! 188tl\ Art., a rdSU'rsi',. moll .
report on the General Convention held' The other nine tables were centered ,...... L. + tk f'Coiia li -o .HI"MEH'S <'T '" .. aWFASHIOIeJE Rata rwl ew d, .!'t II
In Richmond Va. and then presented '*with arrangements of fresh flower I Mel-/n/ robots .-100 SPORT SHIRTS W'THHOOO'' 'lirWlBACK POCKET DtTML'S '
the program on Sidney Lanier. with candles In the middle. ..,." 100%nylon,long l avai.he 100%nylon w/Mddan hood, Plugged Indigo denim Western atytod with
musician included the 8-XL front.Mire S-XL laariiort ambroidared bach porkal traatmant.M .
Lanier was an accomplished The 47 attending nee trim.pockat. Zipper
16 I save 10.05 Wim Rebate save 25% 9.
and was a flutist with the honored couple. their parents, the ave % n' 7e-
Peabody Symphony Orchestra of wedding party and outoftownguests.
Baltimore. He was a true poet In a dif- 1 183 2/88 IRURd Pit INN
ficult time and was chosen for the The couple presented gifts to their WAS 1 91 COST ,* WERE 3/1.n Sold 1-7
Hall of Fame In 1945. The Daughtersof attendants during the dinner. 12 or GUMOUT MR.COFFEE 10 CUP EAGLE BUTANE elsewhere r 1
the Confederacy provided his bust CLEANER COFFEE MAKER LIGHTERS

that was placed there In 1946. Add to gaa A tank'tual Id aygtam.claan'rburalor with Automatic on/oil brewing.witch. DCMI system' and Disposable dependable w/adiuatabla namal for 16.001 + + Your Choice!
The social hour followed with 'x"
refreshments being served by the Alicia Edwards EMBROIDERED tt' 388 'OHIRRT '
hostesses, Mrs. Roberts Mrs. J. H. Celebrates BirthdayMr. 'eases, U SWEATERS .y X- i SHORTS /
Fields and Mrs. Emma Tanner. The t, *EH6UPTO.
''t Valentine theme was carried out in and Mrs. Tommy Edwards a 888 MEN'S ACTIVE ,+b
the decorations and bowls of their daughter, t SPORTSWEAR
gave a party for ., !N X+ 4r [
variegated camellias were on the Alicia her eighth birthday on Boatnack puHovar with V 4- Spot tops and W.alKn 1 1Mwidr
on :t
A. embroidery-Acrylic. S wow aallon snorts Fa- .
table. Saturday, Feb. S. Kover mor.0.m.A.a.a.r.err .quality.SO
decorated with col- 'Qt'y' '
The carport was USPoly l INCans.AA (o-
orful balloons and a red, pink and I
Duplicate Bridge white color motif was carried out in '19 1
Cub: ResultsLori the decorations. The birthday cake I tJA I

Francis and Rhea Johnson of and was decorated centered with with Valentine a big heart.colors g88 988 Co9 J'1197! 734 Yd. 788..
Keystone Heights were first at Strawberry shortcake napkins and es e9 1.41 074 YA.1N sacks' '

Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night,Feb. tames were used. ULTRA SLIM 1200 WATT PRO ENERGIZER KWIK KOVER, FASHION PANTS N'Tw
t, played at the Starke Woman's Club. were played, prizes awarded AM/FM RADIO HAIR DRYER BATTERIES NEW DESIGNS FOR LADIES, WERE..2 e7 r y
Evelyn Griffin and Marjorie Thomson and favors were given to the Portable w/talaacnplo Four Mat,cool. po..- Two-pk. C'or 9V Bat18"wlda.Sot llck Polyaalar itouaar pent* SPORT CAPS it.antenna '
were second and Morris Williams children. and handalrap. Nona.Light/portable tary.Longlila/ alkalinul, vinyl.Poet and apply! araSIS-SIBvahna Sr1t. FOR MEN''- t.r y ra (
and Jim Womack were third. Assisting in serving were Mrs!. Moor atylaj.AtaorKtf JLe
Kathy Sweat, Mrs. Angle Church, arntlami and coma.'
Mrs. LaJune Box and Mrs.Adel.Starl '
ing. Ai1111irikla
i'. Approximately 45 friends and 97' !
relatives helped Alicia celebrate the 3 ;
occasion.Did .." 1... ae oOUN'

BIRTHS You Know.......... '" .1> fiRt jO" SPORT FOOTBALLs SHIRTS
f"" t.Y. 3/4 alaavanaok, tOVS
Mrs. Lou Struth was in Plant City cotton, Boya'sK.Saves' .
over the weekend visiting her son and '.
Levi Wayne Sharp family, Mr. and Mrs. Rod Struth JlTI.: I4r 1 1 I PCTweab LUOOAO".
tAil' 71. 24"' 3188 .
and Dianne Sharp of Hampton TT 97 97 ca9E" ', IIIZ&. '
Dolt F Your Valentin 2/ I.. eta
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the birth of a son Levi 129 size 8 "ZI34
announce Monday.Fa*. U 9 WEAl UP TO'! | DISCOUNTpnice WAS 3.44 WERE I'et t ,
Wayne, born 'Jan. 19 In Shand's ,
Teaching Hospital.Maternal Famous Hallmark Card. QUICK DRYING PLASTIC FOOD POoa.WATIR TWO 1-OAL. BOYS'WESTERN 12"SIZE!' 29',210"' 39'"
SHOP .._ afHclancy ol ,baotarUlda.OlUnksdlanl Poly/coltan with boot tut'apoekati. LIQhtweight'.,..._with o' .
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Gaylord and Geraldine Truman of II*W.Call In whit."-.... 1 1 orhas, ( and odor proolt fdtar 1\'....... 32 (I.- .... S hinglclda cab Boyi'SlS.Vloka t"4: aa.......wh.J.. .O-pa.M1-, 'tea. a4.
Palatka. Paternal grandparents are 444Able. "
Harrison and Erma Sharp of Hampton. I' .

Michael Joseph Menl STARKECHURCH OF GOD .I'n I L.edy P.pp.re/l 1n. \

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Meng of 422 N. SL !ClaIr 984-5449 Iii., ,I. r4p

Palatka announce the birth of a son, Walter F. Monti, Pastor .
Michael Joseph, born Feb. :S in Putnam We invite you to worship with us.

Community Hospital Palatka.Mrs. Attended Nurairy *t .
Maternal grandparents ,
and Sunday Sehed. . 10am .
Joyce E. Curtner of Tampa ',' f '..
,I .Joseph Curtner of Starke. Paternal Morning Worship . ... .11 am ix. '

grandparents are Mr. and Mrs:Paul Evening Sanies '.' . .8 pm
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Meng of Hampton Lake. Wtdnttday Ysulh . .7:30: pmnSSrananrCanlL : ."

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BHS Cagers .Win 3632Watkins

ContestIs +' Hits With 5 Secohds To GoIn

a 'game that resembled a "That was a sweet win" Sexton
defensive-minded football game more said afterwards "They (St.
SaturdayBring than a basketball game Bradford Augustine) get away with alot of that l
High football star Emmett Watkins stuff over there and they complained
: took center stage and hit a bank shot tonight everytime the refs called
In the new, bring on the old. : with S seconds left to send the Tornadoes something but I tell you t' "Y're
Once again the current Bradford to a 36-32 win over St. rough"
High baseball team will meet former Augustine's roughhousing Yellow Sexton..Id.key to the victory was
Tornado players in the annual "Old Jackets Tuesday night In Slarke. Watkins scoring from outside, an In-
timers" game at the BUS diamond fi r ,4 h, t 4 yn The win over St. Augustine team gredient that has been missing of late
I' fl that bumped bruised, clawed, and In the BUS
this Saturday, Feb. 12, at 1 p.m. pl. fit. 'K9b } offensive arsenal
"Old Timers" due to suit up this bounced the Tornadoes, and then "Emmett came through and got
year Include Atlanta Brave farmhand complained when the referees blew some scoring for us (8 for 12 for a
Kenny Clark; current St..John's Com- the whistle on them was Bradford's2nd dozen points). That's probably the
munity College players Scott Allen i In 3 game and put the BUS vanI- most shots he's ever taken in a
Bill Goodge and Scott Hudson plus, ty al .8-10 heading into another home ballgame. And Cecil (Wright with
former Tornadoes Chuck Johnson; game with the Broncos of Mlddleburg those 17 rebounds was a difference.."

Richard Hall, Pat Mundorff, Mark .. Friday night at 8:00. Wright also contributed 9 points as
Williams, David Sparks, Keith Nor- ,3 -,) '' The long night of collisions, poor did Carter, who pulled down 12 rebounds -
thrup, Stuart Duncan t"Jf :; shooting, and turnovers by both .
Prevatt Jimmy teams came down to the final minuteIn
Johnson, and Jeremiah Johnson, Cleo hectic fashion. Bottom Falls Out at IHS
Willie McNeal
others. among r Down 32-29 with Just Il: too the At Interlachen last Friday the Tor-

That's much the same lineup that Tornadoes pulled to within one when nadoes Jumped on the Rams with
won both ends of an "Old Timers" Watkins, who enjoyed his best outside some of their best basketball of the
b shooting night of the season, tickledthe ,
doubleheader last year, 11-0 and &-7< year early before springing leaks and
Opposing them will be a young 1983 net with jumper from the left losing by 7 to the host Rams. ;
Tornado ballclub that lists Just 2 side at the 53 second mark. "We were rocking along there Just I
seniors on its roster. They are 't ww The Tornadoes chased the ball as 'doing what we wanted to do," Sexton
hitting outfielder John Bennett power-and St. Augustine stalled until Robert said of the early stages where BUS ,J t
1st baseman-pitcher Mike Waters.A Bellamy fouled a Yellow Jacket with built up a l6 first quarter lead and a t,
big Junior class for BHS consistsof 21 seconds to go to stop the clock. St. 22-13 margin late in the second period.
Augustine missed the front end of the .
But then the bottom fell out.
Richie Fender (SS-P) Chaff
Andy one and one, Gary Carter cleared the !
"We Just fell aU to pieces. Sexton
Jimmy (3B-P and
Schoening ),
rebound for BUS and with 18 seconds
said "we were playing so good they t
Robert Carver C
( ), who all started asIOphomCll'lllS
left BUS coach Mike Sexton called fora (Interlachen) were Just listless. But
a year ago, along with timeout to plot strategy.He .
then 'em
Shane Johnson we let get back Into the :
( Darryl Wag .
wanted to look for a shot from and then "
r game they perked up.
goner (OF-P). Randy Alvarez (OF).
on the left wing first, and
Cecil turned In
Wright a yeoman
Jason Bennett (IB), Rick Welch (OF-
sure that shot came and
enough open performance on the boards for BUS
P) and Eddie Herndon y
(OF) ,
Watkins fired with 8 seconds to
go. rebounds
Inlf grabbing 18
Sophomores are Mathew WidenerOF The ball fell short, but bounced'
( ), Jason Polk OB, Tony Diggs + right back to Emmett and he softly ...- 1 Is 4 l1 -. at !
(1B-3B, Doug Samons ((2B-P) i, .
kissed the followup off the glass to put 1- II 4 M
Gerald Brown (SS-P), and'' John BHS IT. ououlTUMi Login I. Manning 10. DavIs tLyra
on top 1. McCloadon 4. JaiMa 4, sweet t, Cafe I.
David Francis 'who is still ,
busy : <
Then St. Augustine threw the ball Fumitory I.T.MM II a.it tt.MADFoaot .
basketball.New out of bounds in a rush to get up court Botlamy 01.11.Francis I o-l 1.Norman
freshman up from the middle, with 2 seconds: left and the outcome I M I. Watkins I M 11, Garter 1 t. c 4
school are Mike Chappell ((1B-OF) was clinched. Johnson. ..00-00. PlMXOI040.Wrllht414t.TmlBM
and Keith Kehoe (C), The 'Jackets drew 2 technical fouls .I.
Saturday's game wiil probaDiy i be aInning as time ran out for complaining about .-.c.. 14 0 4'" Md't0
&- contest Hartley said. If the .yew I ..As the clock running out. 2 foul snots by i BaUamy W IJ, Francis.. li 1M"- OMAOroee j

BUS field Is In poor sha Edwards Pierce Deals Off Inside:... ... Carter, who was fouled intentionally Watkins 1 0-4 a, Cantor I 1.4 4, Johnaon 0 M t,
could be moved to the Rd. and one by Wright on the technicals Flora. 4-1 U. Chandler 40-0 II, Wright 1 M 4.ToMhi .
Softball field.Admission. Tornado l..anlMarkPlercewhlrledln.ldeandd'lsh a pats of to teama1e"Cec l Wright (number 21)" for a made the final spread of 36-32 deceivIng U*.IS W.wnaLACKMi.

Is $1.50 for adults, $1 for Basket In Tuesday night's win over St. Augustine. Ford s, Wllla 10,Thonua Baker. U.4, Duan 4. Burnt t,

Students. .

I McDuffie, Pierce'.. Lead BHS restlerspto; 4th Place REGULAR TOWN OF BROOKER ELECTION '

ted by first place finishes by and Melvin Gibson of-Buchholz In 3:05 i Dlarlc.Tarney"r' .....1.. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA I '

unbeaten Michael "McCturffiw (14-0) to capturtrth UUe "7eN''" "- .sHiwrntoel. Z,I n*>"+'Vkf'_ (lees) cham......' n*. IIIH"MmororatBueh.kchanploil. '. ? in- Teddy Bnaoa (BUS) ma pinned by Avorr t.. ". '''' '-v. FEBRUARY 15, 1963. ...... . ..r
UMlihs Bradford ... .. .. ......... ..'.11\.1' \ J\.
aTOm Pierce ( r ti TOM PIERCIC1 9 IfIpw c4 partod and \loot to Johnaoo (1ST* 0 to j"1i: --'I'- 'totf"\OOj" \) .
'H ..wI"" ; .a Ufa r . D.asli-, >> :* -' **, OIbean j plaoo oth nmr' Buch>wawvklrpla.nldpdfew : ; '" 1f" tilsof. :' "". 'r "OJ 'j
wrestlhrg'Pareadoesps..5tip' 4. 'W ,
III r a 95 ,far IoMmp4m. Anlony.,' M4/Kmrly' ( :is\\ woe plnaad by JohnaooIGHB ., ;;Signature 0( Elector'""'Jo* CSaVW :
take take-the 3rd the
stside and Gainesville High to matches in :Scott:
E spot Wllllanu (B1I81 was pinned by ; Allan. tsuw) > 1M to placo art John Young (SK) was t- too Issuing Officer
4th in the e-team district wrestling unlimited division. After being pinnedin 1:4J and Tubba(COI 1:09.Allan won the champleniaR. champlnn. tM. Sam Tyson (BHS waa pinned by
tournament In Live Oak Saturday. 3:U by district champ Kevin Croft %Mike McCullara (Suw I:" and Schublo No.. No. 1))
Earl Abe (Suwl lahaiKploa. lafc Donald llBuchholl) 1.It tog1.c.5th.McCullarawucham"plon. -
Thornton stuck
With Donald Thornton and Mike of Live Oak, Greg 11
Gindlana (Suwl) champion. IM. MICHAEL { UMb Donald Thornton (BHS) was pinned by
Early adding 3rd place Thomas of Buchholz In 2::27 In the consolation McDUPFlE: ' doctaEoaj O'Staon > 17-7 :Kevin Croft (Suw) 1:11, but pinned Thomas
'Teddy Bresee taking a finishesgatlssoo final. and dn. Bryant (CBuch. 11-4 for champlnnihip. i i-Buchhoh( ) I:17 to place. .....Croft waichimplon.Tho REGULAR ELECTIONTOWN ,
U*. Larry Hart Suwl, champion few DonnUW -
this ,
qualify for
mwrltt /sow),champion.
meet at Lake Mary the Tornadoes The other BUS wrestlers Bresee
amassed pe. points to edge past Early Sam Tyson, and Anthony BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA '
Bastside Sl.8) and GHS (51)). At the i Williams were winless In the tourney FEBRUARY U, 1983 1 I' I

top. .end defending state champ but Bresee and Early both qualifiedfor ", "
Suwannee County breezed to the (title regions because of the short ,
with "180.5 points, followed by ,number of wrestlers In the 189 and 189 ,Initials of :

1 ilchholZ (129.3)) and Santa Fe (118). pound classes. Top 4 in each division .' : Signature of Elector Issuing : '
Tornado.'wresting coach Dick ,moved to regionalo.1Q4OA NAi'pPItB. ,' .';,"* t
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seU was a little surprised the Tow! \', ''"I No.. \'\.. Officer'w (
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does finished.. the middle of the" \ \ \ $", ..".2))
ftclr. after going jl-9 In the regular J '

"I realty thought even after we lost onestopH&R TRADE' IN .. '1'.l CITY i ELECTION ; t

e 2nd match to Lake City (after w
t >atiMP !***ka'li: ;) the opener) we'd'p YouR TOOLS TOWN OF BROOKER '

1 i 0 d-RuaselI laid +Ifu_ .. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
Block. '
"Buts+q many guys qut( ,We had I[' FEBRUARY 15 1983 '
.team and half a JV apd ON THE TOUGH 11I.LER. \ ,
How can taw HSU Stock your
7 going to yott Broom >: ;
up4with people' 1O4OA ohorl torn why you wan. An .
8""' IIt': are\\:: an* -:0-: ...M .. afen and m.1w *Make a Mark X opposite,the name of the Candidate of your choice. I
ilors who shooting to ao' ; HIM our door. WmchanoM aver lee

1 BWway to a try at state honors are wow .hart.ki Mio 1..m..nd a.hum and- Inok.dklg. 1455- FOR CITY COUNCIL GROUP HI '

*and fierce. "'i 104OA ar Moo n---, :. yea '
MlfJlftfie was in- a rugged'weight. .d-. ( ATEIIck Vote. For One Term Two Years- .
J ass"'((142) but made It look easy, BLOCK' '
igposlng of Live Oak's Paul O'Steen H&R FREDDIE L. CLARK '
r-7 and Michael Bryant of Buchhola Thaw es- .. \
TM.r.wa..nldt..-_.....Nat 11.oY. JOSEPH CEPHUS ;'
U-3 to win the title, his second district ; ; ': THOMAS T. '
crown. Bryant has lost Just :2 matches' Slarki Keystone Heights / k r':1': BRIAN TERRY

this year. both to McDuffl. ,.14 \N. Temple!' Keystone SHoat.. Hs 3 I .
Pierce had It easier as he decked 964-S28 473-3(46 :
Reggie Douglas of. Eastside in 1:59: FOR CITY COUNCIL GROUP IV

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$ t.s an y.n taut omd 9.4. ahMmldod Construction or..horttntand -. J .
: aaa.00 waw.ln..aaoaianoe. on I. akMH-....durability and I i' CHARTER AMENDMENTOrdinance
SNAPER es.rt' good balance,th*chain-drtvo: / tranavi Brooker in Bradford County
( the Town of ,
'I No. J9S2-2, o
misoion I is sealed luBrtcant for I '
"i on
r I )SNAPPER nt-tI./ garden viler will
al rt IIcI -9'.ge
rt9g widi 4>*M.and now)QUean"-one .Hl-lorqu*dilv*dallvan. mom"mood*" defining the governing body deleting reference to Collector of Taxes, '
t T& 111 I ..wttlout tacWIng your waJUK. Bnng any k>DM nn*.al.loges. spun Ccftow Treasurer and Assessor of Taxes; requiring Marshal to be a Town
teed koI-.yon ItmugT th*Midst
> gatd.n the garden horn )
I'u 9U 'you nn ow wim VM lawn rasa ar-end 8.*th*SNAPPER tlllor at your n..,..! ) resident; deleting reference to non-existing powers of Mayor; pro-'
1 wur SNAPPER.....Will GM you s i SNAPPER taaJw today and ramombw t vlding title of Chairman for Town Counil's presiding officer; continuing -
ss6oonainanrrancwon9wlyoldp.rdanbaltwwm.sSa.00! biennial elections of Councilmen; providing two-year terms for
,SufMrDugn SNAPPER Wlar.. ,4rao4na.CMiano*right now! nf Council to change compensation ,
Valentine ice Cream Special! ;, Clerk. Marshal and Mayor; permitting
'"-- of officers, agents and employees during term of employment; .
''' II Councilmen to assume administration duties and compensation :
I l' permitting '
Yeur ,
Buy Cone ,
r r' revising power governing body to Include all powers of .

Get VatenSjrs's' '@ 1/2 Price PARTICIPATING aoul.r' w SNAPPEI): beALLR J' municipal corporations, generally; revising provision end for of elections term In 1 '
ATTHESe' $< ',. Accordance with ordinance;retaining Incumbents to ; providing I
,efiESN COVE SPtWrSS *i ;KEYSTONE" HEIGHTS+ : for recall of Town's officers; providing election of Marshal; I
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and charging of fees In conformity
: Lawnmower.Sales reviling provisions for
Taylor Trading Post Manning, I with state law and Constitutions affirming prior ordinances, resolutions I
Hwy ISat qakridge .._; & Service Town's Indebtedness,except' .. i I
+ and acts; and deleting limitation on {.,
Lawfey Shell Station STARKE :*).," >* ;'JI.t a..wy, too as otherwise provided by law.. w' '

; Starke Power Equipment ;_NOIR''T811 1 SPAINIS I
; 381 w 798-3860; Lawtsy: FIBd/a 322 S. Walnut Street'f'a i '?>#fl7ec's' Saw Shop 't t :-5., IFOR'. ,: t': 'j AGAINST .

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1'1111..11TtLtGRAPH.. m_ February 18. 19113

Lifters I
Nassau Edges;

fl Bradford High' Tornado his bench press where he only went up

weightlifters took on defending 2A 5 pounds after Ills first lift (lifters are
.r state champ West Nassau last required to go up 10 pounds after
: :
: i : i Wednesday in the BHS welghtroom making their first lift), noted BHS'
and made a surprisingly good show- coach Jimmy Prevail. "He had to .
; Ing before.falllng 45-34 to the Warrior stop at 285 and he left without doing
*. the clean and jerk. Roland woW\!
Michael McDuffie and Steve Spell have won his weight class ((105)." .
1 Y nMF'' ti took individual tat places for Bradford Big improvements, by the Tor" ,inadoes

$' In the capturingthe included Mayben Increasinghis
y ; ; G 148 you declau a,slim 5 pound total 20 pounds Davis and Nate

4 Sr -1 .y t y f ? a margin with a 480 total and Spell nip- Coley going up IS pounds on their
ping teamate Richard Maybon 470 totals Oliver Tyson pushing his bench'
'1> pounds to 460 for the win In the 220 press best up by 20 pounds, ,;

: 'pound class. McDuffle had to bettet 114. 1) Cola WN) 398, I) Chrta Crlbbe IB
1 1 his previous clean and Jerk high of 185 135-1W-239: M.. Scarborough/ (,WN) MO. S) Willie
i. 4 { by 10 pounds for his win while Spell Wrl; tB)115iOiii.( ) -Buy(WN) 315,1)FrankSltatflekt '
(B) iBO-lswin, I) Robert loam(8)
had team-best 233 clean and jerk M4Mia< (Shentdd took Jnd by virtu o(lighter, !.
Jy.M Others besides Mayben taking second "body
: : illdillri:
places for BHS were Chris .di-1) McOulflB( ) JW-196-46O.M.1)I
Millar IWN) 400 II Tony Davla Day... Cribba at 114. Willie Wright at 123,,
Feeling Stronger Every This Is the 1982-83 BHS weightlifting squad. Keith Gilllngham. Jamie Whitehead, Richard Krlder, Randy'Thompson, Frank Sheffield d at 132, Tony Davis at 1.1)< Nat Coley(B)*9>->uMo.tea. .
Pictured are: front row, left U right Jeffery McClellan Sam Tyson, Nate Leroy Griffin. Chris Cribbs, and Mike Colvin. 163, Wayne Cribba at. 181, and Mike _. Kelly WN. ) 490 1) Mike Early (,B)
1 t" 1) Sieve Spoil (U) ttt-33S-47l 1),
I Coley.Jeff Parliament Michael McDufde, Donald Thornton. Wayne Cribber Back row I.to r.. coach Jimmy Prevail, Patrick Glb.... Mike Alvarei, Clint Early at 198. Richard Mayben(B)ITO-IM-480."".1_I)Harrli .
Roland Coleman and Richard Mayben. Jenkins. Lonnie Hamilton Robert Brown. Tony Davis Billy Jackson, Steve "It should have been alot closer but (WN) __IUO... I) Donald Thornton (B)
I 2nd row. I. to r.. Robert: Jones Willie Wright Mike Early Frank Sheffield Spell and Oliver Tyson. '",,: Roland (Coleman) had a mistake on 111I1I -

I I Jackson's Building Supply ]Edges Hawks 48-41' To Force Deadlock at Top of Men's League I

aa.'s/Ohmaa,.,..WMkkMe U diei e....--II '
Jackson's Building' Supply '.tlle> son Construction 64-53 behind the Ham M IMUMJI_'.r oxicoaM_.I Olle'/awlwwm$ Reed 1, Baaa 10, Raymond IX ...........WU.......WUllani Hill III,Burch,
league champa last year, forged intoa REMEMMtl ,league fomee scoring of Curtis Hill (19) and _....---11 Aldridge M,Crum Baker M, Terry to. Thompaon. Golden t, Nlchoto/ I
wwhewa Olive 7,L: 1 J,R.Gllpln 2,;Jaws __ Gaines 4, Collins 10, I
: tie for the 1983 men's league lead will .be played tonight ""'ra- Lawrence Thompson (15): MmkH Anderson:XI: Jackaon.ll,H.ni Chandle. Mnit Mi
'It, Jackson W. H. Chandler U, E. Chandler S. 5.Lee 21. Cummlngi 13,Flynn I,Lan);1,BlgKl' II,Carter S.
with a 48-41 win over the seasonlongleading day, ... 10. rathe than frh STANDINGS W-t. Pattern 3, C.Chandler 7.
: Hawks Friday as the Starke day this wee*. Sew the"Sport Ised..e i WlUlami Wllaan/ S. Burch 10, Hill
!men's basketball league heads down ColendW. ler .ch........ Hawks K-a. '" II.Golden,Thom_a.CaI1lr e.d Special On

:the stretch run, with a third of the / Jackson's Bldg.Supply S-Z d .. Mk.Ws, ...--.. ,
:season to go. away with a 48-41 victory after the Stevenson Construction 5-4 Jm9_. ....*., t..ehn While 21. Gaaaett 1,. Valentine PillowsFor
leaders battled to 31-31 Oldtlmers JackKMi U,Slbtoy 7. KrtaUnen t, DyaUl.ow
\ Both the Hawks and Jackson's won two league a Olin's/ 3-3 .
_Reed 10." Baaa(,Perry 4,Crum 11,
Monday too, the Hawks over irnprov- standoff in 3 quarters. Curtis White Longchamp 3-7 WUllam."SmIth It. Site: French Provincial Sofa. Blut Brocade. Uk New... 'ZOO"
and Jackson's with 18 and Bruce Jackson with 11 led Wishbone .
ting Longchamp 63-58 ,
T. wr5..u Alt
Anttqua Victorian Oval Table w/beautlful/ white Wicker Table
.(over the Old Timers 63-5410 both are Jackson's while Chris Chandler can- (revemxi CemUvrtam Sexton II, Gajnee 4, Coll- ,
:8-2 with 5 games to go. In the other ned 12 for the Hawks.In LEADING SCORERS. Inia I, Cummings 10, Lewis t,Paterson t, Steven- and two chairs, at
3rd Stevenson later games that night Milton Curtis Hill,Longchamp 23.6 son 1, Flynn I,Blgga,Thomaa t. Carter.
:Monday game place "'.......tOUveloL.CUpui 10,Ramsey 4,Wood
:Construction (5-4)broke a 3 game los- Baker stuffed through 34 points and Milton Baker Olin's/Oldtlmers 22.8 a, J.us 4. Lea IS. ghe DreamerOpen
i ting spin with a 70-55 victory over Freddie Aldridge hit for 24 as the Curtis White, Jackson's 22.2 .
i winless Wishbone. Olins/Oldtimers hit the century markIn Bill Sexton, Stevenson 21.2 Friday,...4todiierfei .
i Friday night Jackson's Building a 100-53 romp over Wishbone. Charles Lee Wishbone 18.' 1)y514.SIMey 0, Kolatlnen I,Jackson, Thursday Friday A Saturday each week
,White IS.
i Supply outscored the Hawks 17-10 in Charles Lee had 23 for the losers. Dwayne Cummings,Stevenson 15.8 II Heirfiu C. Chandler 11, H. Chandler S, Hamp 3 miles
south SB 100 964-7912 -
the crucial fourth quarter to come And Lon champ upended Steven Donnie Jackson, Hawks ,15.3 Chandler 5, Blye.Anderaon I,Green S. on -

JV's Now 6-12

Bradford High's JV basketball

team snapped 7-game losing
tailspin with a 49-39 win over !
Keystone Heights Friday Jan.28,but VolenUne oo/Feb.14;
then went back to taking it on the chin
against Interlachen (41-33) and St.
(3945) last week.
Augustine, Now 6-12 on the year the Tornado PERSONAL CARE APPLIANCES SMALL PLUSH TOYS
'jayvees play Middleburg at home Fri-

day, Feb. 11, in a 6:30 p.m. game that
precedes a varsity tilt between the
'Same schools.
'' Frank Long tossed In 16 points and
'I Simon Mitchell added 11 in the junior
varsity win at Keystone. Bradford
..built up a 28-15 halftime edge and held EGIJQLI BORDEN'S

.'on.At Interlachen last Friday Hertie( SPRAY
Cooper, Harold Cunningham and COLOGNE ; slmp ..
Kenny Holmes all hit in double 1POUNDHag.
Gw l lsee.
6-t1Z .
+ 2.69
figures but that wasn't enough 11 d G.r..ns
against the Rams.'I' .
Tuesday at home St. Augustine ran
'j'past the BUS jayvees 65-39: despite a jjIr \ .
: M ri + 1 a.,+w.a
'strong guard. showing by Mitchell )point sal I 111Mti' j" ,101'!t.'fI' .,

'" Mitchell canned 6 outside jumpers CANDY SAMPLER
plus 3 foul shots to finish with 15 omit t umu t ><

2L ............
Rockets Blast Off 1
795 2 1

Youth 1 rma r., S-u. saawua a... S.M .. S.49'U REG. PRICES ,
In Play Limit 1

.' The Rockets blasted off against the .
'Globetrotters and Knicks last week

.league-leading record to 11-2 with Just RIVAL GREETS

;,2 games to go in the Starke 8-10 year CAN OPENER MEN'S MELLOCREME, MILK CHOCOLATE '

old basketball league. m I !'ctL!:! ,

Following In the standings are the :: .10" {i 99''; ,

.Globetrotters (&7) and Lady Lakers 1... ... ,; g

((5-8). With knife sharpener 1 i'I: T <=
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--.......leketenaMM .. i Llmlt!: ,,.d II' '
Scott Duncan >, Jaaon Olive t. John ASSORTED ,,0".1. I.f!
Strickland 0, UiUe Elderfield 0, Lonnle. Olive 0. WALL CLOCKS ; ?/
Glen Birch B.iwv H7 oi
..._.Monlka' Wllllama.Janis Bowen.4,
Wendy Strickland 4.ol.n.n.. 20% OFF FRANKFORD'

OUfc.h. ....m Donnie Franda 14,Devta Dave, REGULAR PRICES "I LIFESAVERS a.a-oz rile 3, CLi '-DNS ,
Jamie Bowen 4, Lonnle Olive a.bMiii a
toggle Sheffield 12,Raymond Trimble 4, &J''i VALENTINE Reg. I.7S A
Jamie Whltchead 4,Billy Merae 0,Maurjr..... 1. PEERLESS

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..d.re2..K.w..a FIGURINES II
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MduMi Scotl Duncan 14. Jason Olive 0,John r
Strickland 0.Lonnle Olive I,Glen Birch H.itaMtii 111'5GC111599 149
Regale Sheffield .Raymond Trimble, 50% OFF f. '
Jeremy Trimble 0, Billy Mere 0. while """
quantities last. ,O'f9I1s.
a." n_......._.. REGULAR PRICES
..... ........Donnie) ranch,,Devln Oever I,
Jamie Bowan 10, Kevin Jenalna.. POLLENEX DEEP 29"HEATS
Lady LakeraMonlka. Wllllama M,Billy Maw. BACK sur TNte AM9NA-w1
0, Laulera Slocum 4,Deana Holiday t- -ee Yea ra00fe 1A al 0 1.x11471200a

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0.100... -..
knl Sheffield,Raymond Trimble- MICE AfTll IUATi .th -5w, er....
Jeremy Trimble 0,BlUy Mane 0,Leniue Olive t, 1
Kevin JenklneO.tee. Dr '
.Mum Monlka' Wllllama 13,Lori Starling 4, ,2799
Wendy Slocum Strickland 1, Deana Holiday *, La...... ( t'R) M9RniHt-GO-LIGHTLY ,,;, : .
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.. Itedntei Scott,1.d.w Duncan Ia 0.e.eaw.17, Jaw Olive 5. 0, Lam) ENTIRE STOCK OF +tf KODAK 4000 N PIl1x AM/FM STEREO !IV JEaDOa' + FOOT FIXER '

.'Olive 0, Glen Birch Donme U.otokMMMot .Prancla IS,Deven Dever 0. HEATERS DISC CAMERA: WftMl LED CLOCK ;, 999 t'' irf-l R'a.44.M =

;.,Jamie Bowen i, Kevin J_O. a ti ,r:== MOIIJ1.W 7.fr.ba 1 +' 1
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T..N..w Donnie Franda 10, Devln Dtver U, Automatic built-in flash. Changer,cassette A 8-tracki; witt CAM lisa a.*. it.a a ../.. .? 4-way control dial,
Jamie Bowen 4,Kevin Jenklna 4.
lUUku Regale Sheffield n,Raymond Trimble.
Jeremy Trimble Jamie Whilehead

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leer Wo_ Monlka-WUllanu IS, Muter ," 'J :OPEN BAILY 9 to:'9, SUNDAY: 9 to 6. [E-
Slocum e,Deanna Holiday*, Lori SUrllnf 0, Wendy -- Eckeni's 2' Prc .. "
Strickland ISIaeeyateriihallt. -. "'
Sat Fab. 12*
\ Sate Prloee good tfma
MUM Scott Duncan .. Jason OUve 0, John ? : J .
Strickland 1,Lonnle Olive 0,Glen Birch is. TO LIMIT A ,1' {*
:;j, S.n M.N.wa.as ;, TWICE THE PRINTS WE RE"SERVETI RHIHT: ,' Q}; 'TlfSf| | ., ,

lam Levi Slmmena l beat Stnunone 17, :
''Claude Klnaler a, tiny Jackaont. t TYi..ClTai\ .. ,
Mnrfiu Leon Harrlpton M. Bob Budnelter 1 4. Mark Marahell,BiakebreirtM. i,Marvta Une J. (fjonlCodokP. roN of (.-- : ,
.....Id MlUet.MtoM black ,
of_ wtron ,f '
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Pedro Carter.,Clarence Wllltama,Alvin Jams Brae 'i E5, ''.. C" 0 tiff. .
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Mem Roy JackaM I, Johnny ".....,.. 11.., Meal 101W. 219. '" .. ;" : IJ3J i, S'l.WalnutStreettatar .,
Sloeum t,Claude Klnaler II.
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February IS. 19113 TELEGRAPII Page*A

... A severe foot Injury has cost former Bradford High eager David Walker t
most of his senior season at the University of New Orleans,but Walker is get- >
d D sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssM ting to watch his Privateers steam ylyll*r t.: 1\1((:, '
Buddy f B On Walker, towards berth.a possible post-season tournament '

UNO, an Independent with no con-
< r P HSI ference affiliation (which makes it
4 Collings Wrestlers tough to get an NCAA tourney bid),
+Al / to latest NCAA statistic lead 8
the country with a 58.7 field goal ? l
E. KKI Etc. hooting percentage. Included In the t. +,
are win over Wichita State(by
Sports Editor,: : 24), Ions (16) and Texas (18),a split ,
with Southwestern Louisiana and .
l ..r j losses to Tennessee (by. 2)) and Stet a
tl r a
} ...Wrestling la an Individual M>rt within team framework, and despite Walker has missed most of the fun
the fact the Bradford High wrestling team struggled through a 1-9 regular after hurting the top of his foot in fall
season the squad Include two wrestler who can match up with anybody in practice and recovering slowly.He' ,
North Floridaunbeaten seniors Michael McDuffle ((13-0)) and Tom Pierce played lust 22 minutes, grabbing 9 .
s (12-0).Both breezed to district title this past weekend and will go for Region rebounds and not scoring yet. 1
championships their weight classes Friday and Saturday at Lake Mary "We don't.anticipate David getting ,
High In central Florida.A to see much action the rest of .
top 4 finish at regional\ send Bradford' "dynamic duo" on to the, the season," said a UNO spokesman David Walker
February 18-19 state meet at Rabies City where they'll have to lock up with Monday. "If a shame because, )
the year-round wrestlers of the Naples-Tampa area and Miami. probably the best athlete on the team and had a shot at starting in the center:3
Marla on the Move for BHS GIrls... Bradford High nan had some fine wrestlers qualify for state Joe Lazen- position.But we're a fastbreaklng,running team,and with his foot the way it
by, Henry Pete Anthony Bright Martin Slocu.Allen Montgomery, Allen Is he's Just not able to keep up."
Lady Tornado guard Marla Reddish dribbles past a double team at the Scott,and Bill Green to name more than a hanCDUJbut never a state champion Another Floridian, 6-7 Oscar Taylor of Lake Worth leads UNO In scoring
center court line In girls basketball action last week. ,, .. i' and is number two in rebounds, assist, and blocked shots, and two former
The Bradford High girl lost to Gainesville High 35-28, Santa Fe 64.33.; and Maybe this year.. ** Jacksonville Balnes players, Acie Sander and Lester Beans, play good
then Mlddleburg by a point to end the regular season with a 3-13 record.
1 Off until next week,the Lady Tornadoes will take part In the District S-AAA ...Teams entered In the first;annual BUS high school girl softball tournament deal.Walker' contribution to the Privateer record, which Is second beat
girls tournament next week, February 17-1 In Gainesville. slated for March 4th and 5th here are: Gainesville Buchholz, among Independents, I Ia to act as the opposing center in practice. .1|
Vonda Kay Hall bad 23 point In the .Santa Fe game. Gainesville High, Santa Fe. Hawthorne, Suwannee. County, Keystone Included in New Orleans' final regular season games Is a crucial dates
Heights and the host Lady Tornadoes., with Stetson (18-6)) Saturday night, Feb. 12,at 7:30: in Deland.Unfortunately?
... ,.. it won't be much of a Homecoming for David since he still won't be due ford|
... Former Tornado Allen Scott was dragged through a rather miserable much playing time...
Dr. Dennis year of college football at Mar Hill In North Carolina last season but he says 'n 0
Connaughton he's still raring to go for I senior campaign at the small Gulf South Conference ... Those interested In Grand National racing can pick up free ticket to',
(Associated With\ Dr Harry Gruen)' school: next Fall. >\ this Saturday' (Feb. 13) BUlc laah Area 200 r.ceat the Daytona Speedway
When coach Claude "Hoot" Gibson was fired by school official midway by buying any Wrangler brand garment at Stump' Department Storey
Now Announces through the season 60 players, including Allen, walked out to protest the in Starke this week... v
dismissal. Some came back, Rome didn't, and the LIon finished.Just 1-10
after making the NAIA national playoffs Just two years ago. BUS football coach David Hurse announced at last week's football ban9quet
EVENING\DENTAL SERVICES Allen, one of the players who returned, said things got pretty dismal. that one more award will be added next year a Scholar-?
,. "Man.... was It ever frustrating. It got to the point where we couldn't even Athlete award for the player with the highest academic average In academi?
score. We lost the whole left side of the offensive line." classes (not counting P.E., etc.). /
Tuesday Thursday 6-,9 PM Still, Allen doean't think the program has gone down the tubes. "We used to have this award and for some reason stopped giving It,"''
"They hired .n aaaistant coach from the Citadel and he seems to pretty Hurse said. "It's for the youngster that can cut It out on the field and in the
459 W. Call 964-5152 good., We should have better team next season Ulan wu anticipated for this classroom." ,
year.... .'. And it's a good idea.., 2 X '

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1 'A1menther'YourCARDS 2nd. Spring Festival .u x

: Planned by Rec. Dept!

Another Spring Festival
o showcase talents such as ballet,gym-
COSMETICS nastics, piano,etc. being taught in the
area is being planned by the Starve

Rec. Department for May 28. 'a I
< "< tlM" "WH. '" n .m. O.w "m "' .. will not be talq&t t
The event an
W'w w./I.w$ IM. ?W N open
v. / !?'/@? ;'HW",' .,,,...,,., "",m"'n. ... .'' '',,-''',. ,, :.w" W 6AW' M" I show. All performers must be part of
a class (individual or group) taught
interested in entering

SHAVERS Y t 1-0,. PUFFS FLAT HOT BRUSH the Rec. Department, at 964-6792 to
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8OZ.Reg. enter. >
PACK Of .9 "vrfiKeg.
1.29 sass :X
2 PACKS 2 rrrls. !
YOUR Save 9.00 Ceramics Reopens*

OO CHOICE Ceramics -classes start back N up I

1 8 ge ; 99 i.Monday night; Feba.2lJromi7; .to JO( !

m e1kM'. ."" I4T. 7-YnXr st ,. J. a 47. .. "p.m.t"and'( 'dnesday"morning"F' 'g>. ""S
JI .. ila +/ M1YLi, '>t'eniS OfRfebtlflr'r: .. 23, 9 a.m. to noon. '>
b I\ Limit 2-' Classes will continue at the Old Armory
/ Limit t
LacNs :;;' t -. t }J Dual heats. While on Monday nights and Wednesday are < -
( \ -j C) mornings. Only charges 'fr +II
Tamil 2 ea. 1 quantlttes last. materials. ,

Starkettes Start I

Practicing; SoonThe

Starkettes girls Softball team
will hold its first practice Monday,
=rrLIO Feb. 2at 3:15 at the Pratt St.ballfielfiand .
all girls interested In tryIng -
& DRJ out for the team should try to $t-
''t t PANTYHOSE BOOKCASE Pllnaarotohaveanotherl3-l5ye; r
old team. If enough interest is shown
12 99 a second team for that age group may
25% OFF l be formed, or a 16-18 team. I "
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a REGULAR PRICES tz' >< 30" x 30".
4 Limit 2 Sports Calendar i itk.
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a Arlftisot' ASSORTMENT 17':M Hawka n. Wishbone a
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50% OFF 88 H t 2 1 98 "w.;.,......" W I
3 Mlddtoburg it BHS JV V, onkeltwll II'30.II
Limit 2. WmUIn Region tourney at Lake Mary High

t L QUOD ANT CID i Genuine 24% lead 18" BRAZIER CRICKET fl( fJr.i .1 BHS"Old""*,,,M" baseball.4."v.M game.a'L It BHS ,t

a.- 79 crystal. 1 BAR-B-Q GRILL LIGHTERS Itii Wrotlln. !Region tourney al Lake Mary High

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It I SCRIBBLE TABLET "5i 9ove i.Ylr6 2,88CLimit i (.::M Stevenaoa v.. Hawk, ',gT
9.00 ( ::M Wlihhone va.Jackaon" ''
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BHS JV:V boys .. ( ; (18.30.11

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Nuroas ,.... CLEARTAINEfi PLAYING CARDS Bus welghUltling. It Mlddl burg ,0nasal.
With sprayer; STORAGE CONTAINER GARDEN-HOSE', ; 4 TTK seas rr M. ...ea:1.
#901I Starke Gator QB Club banquet at UCI (17'001)
H99lag. ails at glrla baaketball dlalriet tourney j
COUGH SYRUP' 2.49 y, 1 M* J.M ,..r oECKS 'ek'aanr.as. jf .,

Jazz On Top 5 :
no. \

L'imii ,LATEX QLOYES, .. OSCILLATING f f CASSETTE TAPES + the Two Jazz more rolling victories along last on top of the \,

;r a a.w..: .SPRINKLER I aw-rraa'... oN40a1 .Starke youth basketball for league for
,.. 791", "witnlust'aganieB left the Jazz''sit

w'y9v (*..'...* 4,II, f atop the lead league with the Celtics 10-1 mark and and Nets.a
/, L, sizes. Limit 2 %' 4 4 game on
limit 7 3 pair s= watering. patterns. who are both 6-5.

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'I' Council ,Increases flo1i' !# \\i ,:''":' {,':"!, t.be\!" GARDEN.: '. '

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Maintenance' :(:: : ': '
, ; For Newly-Hired Mai1k, I P att '. 800 N. Temple Starke j, ,7i7a ;

I At the request maintenance man Police Department.Hodges quested that the council ,'make a' "

John Hawkins Hampton City Council made a request two months resolution to give Hodges a raise. I : -Specials In Our Oyster Bar & Lounge

agreed to Increase his hour from 10 ago for a pay raise. Problem was that City Attorney Mary Marshall waS ,

to 24 at a regular meeting Tuesday an elected official cannot have a raIse. then instructed to work onr a resolution ;; ,.'i > Thursday Friday! & ,Saturday Only ,

night. Feb. 8. until the next election. A petition cir to give Hodges raise. A decision .I'f" .J" '' : Hampton was hired by culated in the city listed 75 of "
Hawklnsiot percent on the resolutions was tabled until 00 t: \
& Saturday during a the voting population in Hampton re next month. ,* '\ :"GytfS.sm.imsni..3( '

I special .meeting. After screening b" ......... ............."..--. 1d\lM. "" ..110 ." 'M': .:. ...... ,tfo* ', : ,
i several applicants for the lob, the I ,. .
council decided to hire Hawkins for S A OS'. '

the Job. .4 BGifetf Shrimp w.BM.m. ;:. . '" 4 '

The position was opened two'mono .
ths Ago when council members fired PUBLIC NOTICEThe .
$1 095
the former maintenance man. King Crab Legs't; mdn. AIa.llln. 'w'
Hampton Council also hired a new x
city clerk at the last regular meeting.In i

other action the Council: City of Hampton, Florida, hereby Draft Beef Hi-Balls ( ; -

Voted to pay city clerk Amy Davis gives notice that the City has submitted a :,: 5'010. ,85c' f.' '

$25 per month for traveling and car 0 t Bar .,: :
expenses. The suggestion was made report on the use' 'of Federal Revenues i ;

by Mayor Jerry Wadsworth to com Sharing Funds. for the period covering ) ''
Davis for expenses she Incurs :

while pensate depositing city funds and doing June 30, 1981 to July 31, 1982 with the : DiniAg, R.oo ':Sl1eei .!ls, '

city business. Bureau of the Census. A copy, of the report '. I I",, .'
Indicated that a yard sale and chili FR3DAY; I ,
and supporting documentation is '.
luncheon Is on tap this Saturday. Feb. s

Volunteer 12, to raise Fire funds Dept.for Funds the Hampton will be available for inspection by the public' at Fried Rngerling Catfish ,f\.r\ :; : ,.?.., : .,.,. .,. . o, ; ,5 \.

used to buy equipment. During the Hampton City Hall Hampton Florida -'- SATURDAY ,'., ', '''''M,;\ ?, ', I .';..' .
mentioned that the ,. f ; <,'
it .
meeting was has one fire and during the hours. of 6:30 8i30: each 8 oz. Steak '.:1 "I"'i.\fr.? \ ,"t $4"95J'{
department only axe p.m. Riineye \ / .,.,: /,,... : :. . '
fire jackets were over 40 years old. ,
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Tuesday or by contacting Amy Davis, Ci* I SUNDAY, v\ .fri, <;;'J, |' 'I, I' ,. ,"

Was Informed that a communityblock ty Clerk ((904)) 4681201. '.-.-, \ .' '" '

grant for Hampton was turned .-, Homestyie :1' ; .

down.use Hampton for drainage applied in the for city.the grantto Amy Davis S ,,, Chicken 'N .DumpMngs. :. ;'.''",'''. .,, . ... .. $3 t I 5' 0

Were told by town marshal John City' Clerk r 'I '' Above Served with. ,Choice of 2 Garden fresh Vegetables .
Hodges that he wanted to withdrawhis '
request for a raise and use that '1\\"' : .
monev to buy more equipment. for the ,, -

theast comer along said cult Court of Bradford '
22 East located'off South ResIdence Unknown- Alligator Creeks all that
State Road No. 200 for County, Florida said project. Finishing and
Dent Forget Your Valentine pipe easement for State side, of Edwords', Road priming tho .llmarockbase part of SVt of NEVi of

''.' f'::::::;; Monday''''. 14 Mood and lying In the trade FINANCENTER name of 116 FLEET N. ((100A), 1/Bth mile West and placement of THAT YOU AN ARE ACTION NOTIFIED' to the NWV4 lying Northerly' line of of '
Legal Famous Hallmark Card NW""oINE >/4 ef Section of Hwy 301. South ,(S. asphalt hot mix'surtax ,
Walnut St.. Starke, foreclose. a mortgageeon Alligator Creak. ;, all that
Say flAil 21. Township 6 Walnut St.) for Business course on .its now base.
Florida 32091, In compliance ,th* following peeper.lv part of SVt'of NWM of
.,t. South Mange 22 East as and Professional. *
THU OFFICE IHOt Complete specifications .
with Section In Bradford. County. NW1/ lying northerly of
Notices liD W. Call SI. per map recorded In $63.09, Florida Statute This change In are on file In,theClerk's Florida the canter line of
I ( ''1.5Th4IN Deed look C Page 424 of' Dated al Tampa. classification Is svboct| office; and may be PARCEL.., A: SVi of Alligator Creek; and all
the Bradford public record ef Florida, this 1st day of to a public hearing. to bo obtained from M,. SW'4, all that portion of'' that part of the SW1/ of

I I Florida. County, February, 1W held on Thursday Gilbert S. Brown Clerk.' lie SIS of SWVi of SEV4 NW1/ lying Northerly of
February 24. IVM at'7:30 i All bids must bo pro. lying West of center line the c..r'.'line of
DATED this 31st J
of i 1983.GILBERT day FLEET FINANCE INC.: P.M.. In the 'rCClIlftCU qualified with the Florida of Alligator Crook; NW1/ Alligator Creek, .all In
I Data of the first January S. BROWN BY: DEAN MAXWELL Room In the S....... City Deportment of Transportation of SW/4\ and oil that part Section 6, Township' 7

publication of ,this Notice 'CLERK Controller Mall on Thompson Street, In Tallahassee, of South S acre of SWM South. Range 22 East. .
Stark of NWV4 lying South of PARCEL E: AH that port
of Administration ,, Florida. At this Florida
THE CIRCUIT COURTOF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT January. 1983.Doris BY, : BeulahM. Moody Clerk 30, ,perimeter. Park, time all person Interested Elmer a Cashier check, the' Wonnee Branch of, of the fractional SV. of
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Deputy Suite 2)1, '
FOR BRADFORD the Seaboard Airline NEVi of
lying northerly
C.Thompson 2/10 shall be hoard or"' a bid bond 'In, theamount
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR 2/03 2tchg Atlanta GA 30341 .
As P.r.onolRepr.s.ntattve .. for the Railroad LESS AND EXCEPT the canter line of
'' or against proposal of five
ALACHUA COUNTY.FLORIDA FLORIDA' 'NOTICE'i percent 2 acres more orl.ss Alligator Crook. and East
', as specified tho ((9%) of, the total bid
ofth.Eslat.of OF INTENTTO particularly' of lake lowell; Nit ofN
Case Number File Number 8306.CPDIvIsion Joseph M. Thompson REGISTER CYNTHIA/HOUOWAY Zoning; Coda of the City must be attached to each described as beginning % of MEM,I All in Section .
\ 82 2483 CA of Statue, Florida bid submitted.Tho .
1-3453 .
FICTITIOUS NAME Shackleford Forrlor at a concrete monument 1. Township 7 South,
Division, D Deceased.t, t Stdlllngs I vanI. P.A. Walter Wwtcott. successful bidder set et the Intersection of Range 21 10.'.. ".

IN RE ESTATE OF ATTORNEY FOR STAn OF FLORIDA P..0.10..33241..Tampa ['- 'Chairman, Will be required to fur. the Westerly right of way Sold tends'containing
IN THE MATTER OF JOSEPH M. THOMPSON PERSONAL COUNTY Of BRADFORD FI3360.. ..tartr.r..lng: hlsh a performance bond !lIne of State Rood 100-A 4O2 acres, more or less
1 THE ADOPTION, Deceased REPRESENTATIVE: SI$73SQQ9.i.4t: ,,'.... I'IIImIlntllMM W....' Clerk., ef .Court and the. Southerly right In Bradford County' ,

THOMAS MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER ; Earl Brown ; f. ,,' MARK V. OLIN.' ., ,, ,. .\ .ch"3/03 >..U>....,., .*,...'.','*'.'.'lIlIIlt....lt. .,*, work.t'priori,f to"-'*'i'eivppensfeg; ,*f way tine el ski of Wan.nee Florida,. r-ubfct/ te
NOTICEOF 34SEaitForsythSt.Jacksonville hereby give notice that ...t.,8,4.g.e4 I tj4M lit*".oj.4.4... 't NOTICSO. Branch the rights of way for public
ADMINISTRATIONTO Fla. 32V2 he Intend ta register NOTICE i A formal Contract willib. ) Seaboard Airline roode'and for drainage
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Telephone:1.354.906' with the Clerk of the Circuit OF'INTENTION K.ELYhas made ." prepared by the Railroad and run thenceIn ditches.
ALL PERSONS HAVING 1/2041ch9 $'10 Court far Bradford TO REGISTER County Attorney, between a Southerly\ direction has boon filed against
: Thomas Jones Address .. ... application to tho Stoke th.' afarosaldWesterly
CLAIMS OR .INt'H County, Florida the fictitious FICTITIOUS NAME ski. successful bidder along you and you are required
Unknown; Annie CIRCUIT COURT] Zoning and Planning of *
DEMANDS AGAINST THE name of "LANDOF and Bradford County right way'I" to servo a Copy'at y u'wIton
Mo. Jones, Address ABOVE ESTATE AND All EIGHTH JUDICIAL DOUBLEWIDE HOMECENTER" Pursuant to' Section Board for recla..llica'ion prior to commencingLawrence .of sold road 140 feetto defenses. If any
Unknown OTHER PERSONS IN. CIRCUIT. of the property described a point on the North
and to It BEVIN G. RITCH
to engage B6S. Florida wotk. on
09, ttolutss
IN AND FOR below' .front MWt-t to line of NWVt of SW'A\ ,
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:, 'lit business under that of Lowry and Rltch
and la Whom It May Concern YOU ARE HEREBY BRADFORD COUNTY, fictitious name with'a, notice I I. hereby given B-2. Approximately' fiveS 1 Chairman Moslay, which point I* 1110 feet Plaintiff'*' 'attorneys,

NOTIFIED that the ad. FLORIDA. principal place of that the undersigned, ( ) acre located lust Board *East of Northwest Corntj. whoso addres Is P. O.
P Lee ond Vickie Sparks, of County of NWVt of SW% thence
mInIstratIon of the business at 1029 North South of Alligator Creek Bon 1025. Gainesville.
YOU ARE HEREBY estate of JOSEPH M. CASE, NO |2.474 U.S. Hlghwoy"SOI.W..ld. 911 I. Jackson" II., off West side, of Hwy 301S. Commissioners continue In a Southerly Florida 32602 on or

NOTIFIED that the Petition THOMPSON deceased ., lowley, Storke, Florida: and ( Walnut It.) M ladlan Brodfotd County, direction long sold rood before tho 25th, day of
for Adoption has FII. Number 83.06-CP, Is THE FLORIDA BANK Florida 32058 James. and ', lobbl. 32. Township 6 South. Florida right of way III'. 70.23 ',February. 1963, and file
b..n filed by Daniel pending In the Circuit AT STARKE ', IVtMARK\f O'BrIen 636 W. Madison. 2/10 Jtthg 2(17 feet W concrete mono the with the
and Ethel OLIN Ronoe X), last,, retail ,.,.,. ,..... .... .'. .. original
Thomas Lee Court for Bradford Coun. a banking corporation St., Slarke.;Florida, soleor business and ',pro..*. I..I. ',, ,.. ttwnt. thonc. conlln Clerk of thIs. Court either
Smith Thomas for the ty Florida Probate Division '. organized' and existing DUDLEY.*. HARDY; P.A. joint owners doing Slonal. -IN THE CIRCUIT COURT long cold tight of way before service on .sold.
adoption of Michael the address of under the la*. of BY: John H. Jones Esq.P. business under the firmname This chant 1ft.cla..lIlcotlon.1II EIGHTH JUDICIAL South '6 degrees 2, Plaintiff'. .attorneys" orImmocllotoly
Christopher Jones. a Florida, mlnutse and SO seconds '
which Is BRADFORD O. Drawer 1030 of CREATIVE COTTAGE CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR thereafter;;
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whit male child born 1 Plaintiff BRADFORD COUNTY West 125.43 foot ta a
COUNTY COURTHOUSE Stork 301 otherwise' default will
Florida 32091 U.S.1 'South to beheld .
197S InGaInaivIll. .to a public
February.. Florida and STARKE. FLORIDA. Th. VS (904)) 964-8701 (P.O. Bon 1027)). Storke.Florida on: Thun".". CaseNoB2-4ia-CA. : fconcrst monument otthe be entered against you
MARY BROWN beginning a curve,
personal representative : Attorney, for for the relief demandedIn
Registrant 32091! Intends toIIle'.r
you or. required lo of the estate. I. DORIS C. Defendant.NOTICE. 3/03 2/24 February 24, 198J": r,30 FEDERAL. LAND BANK sold' curve having a ttta Plalntiff'Foreclosur.
\ 4lhg "' sold IctltlouInow. *;
serve a copy of your THOMPSON who. address t ........4... ............. P.M.. In the ,Council OF COLUMBIA, radio of 440.26 foot andNorthsast Complaint
answer or pleading to Is Route 2. Box 601, OF SALI'URSUANTTO' 1'lN THE cmc JlT COURT under .(the Room In tho Storka. City Plaintiff, being. concave to the filed September 29,,
I I th. P.tltlon on the P." Melrose. Flo. 32666. Th. '.; EIGHTH JUDICIAL ,aforesaid statute Hall on Thompson Street, vtvj. thence In a 182 and Am.nd.d
lion.,'. attorney name and address of the CHAPTER 49 CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Dated this 10th day of Starke, Florida. A* this M.'EDWARDS JR., and Southerly directionalong Foreclosure Complaint

SALVATORE D, personalrepresentative's f BRADFORD COUNTY f.bruory, A.D.j.Ifl3. In lime >all persons' I ln* BETTY L. EDWARDS hi.. ''tho atS o' said' C"-. ,fllod November, '982.ATEDI .
MOLLICA. 609 N.E. 1st attorney Notice Is'given thai, FLORIDA Bradford :| :.County: ; forested shall be heard wife:,', and VALERIE' J. along said' Westerly rightof
Street Post Office Box are set forth pursuant to 4 Final Case No..81.....CA Florida.S /fe: toro: # against the proposal HALL;, 'Trustee In way line' a chord January 2U1W3.
I 694, Gainesville. Florida Judgement : dated 21O4tchg303NOtlCB : as specified In tho Bankruptcy for J. M. Ed- distance. of ".S7 feet to .

32602. and file the b.low.All persons having January, 1983 In Case CIVIL ACTION \ ... ;. ;' Zoning Coda of the City words, Jr.i, Covv No. C concrete monument. CLERK GILBERT BROWN
original answer or claims or demands No. 82.474, of the Circuit of 5tark.FIorldo. : T9-0009S; United State t h Mid. chord distance having OF THE COUlll.IIADfORD'COUNTY
pleading In the office of ; a bearing of South 0 ,
against' the estate are Court of the Eighth INREr fi' "i Walter Westcarl, District Court Northern
the Clark of the Circuit required. WITHIN THREE Judicial Circuit In and for The Adoption of RICHARD k'tlLLMAN:;, Chairmen District" 'of Florida. d.gress 38 minutes' and, FLORIDABY
Court before the 50 seconds West; thence :Marian McRo
on or Bradford County KYLIE ELIZABETH JORDAN Gainesville Division! and
THE has made Stark zPlan"lng .
application ..
2nd day of March. 1983.If Florida' In which THE VALERIE. i. HAIL, TrusteeIn South 86 degree 34rnlnu. Deputy Clark
DATE for
you 'fail lo do so, tha PUBLICATION THE OF FIRST THIS FLORIDA BANK AT and WILFORO NATHAN. .' SPECIAL EXCEPTION, I BoardItchg210 ", Bankruptcy fofB.ty L. ... and 20 secondsWeil 1/27 4tchg 2/17,

judgement by d.fault NOTICE to file with the STARK, a banking cor'Deration JORDAN No. 1.lcoholICb.vsirag.s meals' Edwards: Casao, No. ,t18.28 foot to a
with ,
will b.taken against you clerk of Ih. above organised .nd. f Tv-00097, United,State concrete monument, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
4 for the relief demanded court existing und. the laws NOTICE OF SUIT Restaurant ta bbs Storke, NOTICE District Court Northern, thence north 6 degree 2 .OF BRADFORD COUNTY
written of
1 i In the Petition. a claim statement demand of Florida Is the Plaintiff NO PROPPRTY Board of Adustment) anproperty' OF INTENTION' District of Florida. 'mlnut and So seconds 'FLORIDACIVIL
DONE AND any or and MARY BROWN Is ,)1 ,het' I I. TO REGISTER 'Gainesville Division; East 210) feet toe cqn. ACTION
th.y have. Each
ORDERED at Gainesville' may 'HAWKINi cl.ssiflett'i' : and FICTITIOUS NAMEPur.uon3' crate "mcnumsnt.'thance .
claim must be In the Defendant, will sell TO: OLIVE ) ,CONAGRA INC.. a NO.83-42
Alacr.ua County. Florida. and must Indicate writing the la the highest and best JORDAN Address described below:\. ,. Delaware Corporation; In e 'Northerly'direction' "p.' \*, ..
this 18th day oi' January basis for the claim. The bidder for cash at the, Unknown* 900 ,$.f Walnut. ...,, M', laxtlonB6S :. SOUTHEASTERN'LABORATORIES. and pa.U..o, the .. of
1983 name and address of the East front door of the YOU ARE HEREBY, DBA/Fisherman'. .Reef. .0*. lorlda Statute. .' INC.t Westerly right of 'way In marriage Wife
A. CURTIS POWERS creditor his' Bradford County Courthouse NOTIFIED that an action .In career 443T-0O20O.In notIce I* hereby linen JOHN A. TORODE; line of told Stato DEBRA. ROGERS.
Clerk of th.Court or agent or the .lid.....>id,, Highway 210.23 feel tooconcrste and
and the In Starke, Bradford ton ,Adoption /of the Section 33 Township 6Scluth. that ) ALACHUA MILLING''
BY: Chorleno Thomas amount attorney claimed. If the County Florida, at above named children Range 22 .East,, :Edward and ',;Joan ENTERPRISES! 'INC. JOE monument, WILLIAM A.:ROGERS" ,
Deputy Clerk claim Is not yef due the 11'00 a.m. on February has been'i.filed against EosHtde 01 Hwy',301 Oagnon, ..l.. or (alnt BASS: JEFF McMEEKEN thence Easterly along "Husband. '

date when It will become 28, 1983 'the following you, OilVI HAWKINS South i owner, ,doing businesS< d/b/a ALIEN'S FENCE the Southerly right" of
Respectfully Submitted e under tho firm. of way line of Seaboard NOTICE OF ACTION !
due shall be stated If described property set JORDAN and Von; are) The ''Starke. Board of monte COMPANY; MARJORIE
by: the claim Is forth In the order of final required to serve a copy' will conduct STARKI AUTO AUCTION M. ROBERTS and ATLANTIC Airline Railroad 210.23
law Oil Ices of contingent or Judgement: of your written defenses ,Adjustment their P.'O. Ion 1177. S........, NATIONAL BANK OFJACKSONVILLE. feet to point of beglnn.Ing. TO-:.WILLIAM A. ROGERS
unliquidated the al
SALVATORE MOLIICA the natureof shall Commence at the Northeast If eny ta It, on the plaintiff a public hearing held.. of Ffonda. 32091 Intend. toregister as all m Section, 31, f,O. Box 263 .'
Counsel for Petitioners be stated uncertainty. If the claim' Is corner *f Section '. attorney whole regular mooting sold. tktltVou' 'Trustee Under lIne Will Township 6 South, Range Toronto! Kansas 66777,
6094.E. 1st Sirs.! 21, Township; South name and address I Is. 7.00 PM.lnlh name. under th. *' of C.A. Roberts.; I Deceased 22 East. "
Post Olflc.Box 694 secured the security Range 22 East1 and run' Hors I, C.I.monMudsen Room of Stork City: Moll; aforesaid statute. : ; FLORIDA FARM PARCEL/ II SI* acre. In YOU ARE ,NOTIFIED<
Gainesville shall be described.' The Thompson Street, Paled this.1$tH slay ofJanuary Southwest 'corner' of '
Florida' South 3114 10"West 950 603 Edword Ball BUREAU MUTUAL IN- that an action for '
I. 32602 claimant shall deliver feet to cer>t.rllne of Building' Jacksonville, Starke, 'Fl ,lda, ,on, 1W3 ,*.C. '.In SURANCE COMPANY, e NEW ot SW/4, bounded DISSOLUTION OF MARIAGS *.
((904)) 377.8000 claim sufficient' copies ot'the ,Seaboard Air Line Florida 32203 and, til*., Thursday,,. February 24, Bradford County." ,. Florida corporation? 'W..,.;"by West line of .has i boon .filed' ,',
i/2Oifchg2/i0 to the cI.rk to Railway's Initial for the- ..the 'IWJ jBiS/ 'PIONEER 'DAIRY HERO NE'.'otSW'/.i j North by
point "gl"ol"fI- ,v" i ...,.J.Jm. ,...
'and required to
enable the clerk ore
j to Simon I. TomI.'. Subdivision clerk of the above styled At' this Hm... all. panson. 'IMPROVEMENTASSOCIATION. State Road S 100.',., East you "
Nona .
one copy to each pen rood South 'serve >a oapy of your
by by
and tenterllne court en *>, bttore will be heard *entemlnng -, ; FARMERS private
onol representative.. I' TOROAO Sovt,,- .....'>ef NEVi ,of written defenses If any;1
NOTICE of Center Street, thence February 2*. If 83: other. this aitpltcat'onro ,MUTUAL., EXCHANGE;
1 OF INTENTION All person Interesred North 72 West along wls. .'ludgetnens maybe *' pocH..ln.tit. .; CONTRACTOKS: : : '(UNITED"STATES 0''AMlItICA. SW''ofI.ctlon 91 to It en petitioner DEBRA' .
In'' the estate to [ Township 4 South D.ROGERS P,O.,Box 36.
I REGISTER centerllne el Center entered. agalnt' you codes fibo5'cIty'Gf ; acting Rang
FICTITIOUS NAME whom a copy of this Street 1246,5 .feeti, for the relief demanded Slarke. : Sealed1 bids will .. through the DEPART 92: East- GrohomoFiorlda ,;32O4J. {
:J Notice' of Administration thence South II West IS" .;.i:.In the complaint. or petlx E". '".......1 received' In 'fl.. Cloth of, MJtNT OF THE TREASURY PARCEL O AH al Sao on ar,before March 17* ,:
j Pursuant la Section has been maIled ore required feet, for the j point of" ,; '-..... ;, ::tho Court's office In'the, I. IflrtWJAt RCVCNUS SERVICE flan, ,3 V 'Township, .. ,?961 and file the orlinal" ,
S6S.09, Florida Statutes, WITHIN THREE beginning. ; thence North tlon.WITNiSS my hand and ,. i..Ld Adj.";"' Bradford County: I Cou*' ; STATE OFFLORIDA' .South. .Range 21 EMI lying with .....,:clerk, of* .,tW" t 1',
notice "Is hereby given MONTHS FROM THi 72 West 1S3"8 f_; the seal of sold Court on / thavM .lftarkiFlorId.. .'; :"' DtPAttTMENT !South .of Railroad court either before service 1
that th. undersigned' DATE Of THI FIRST thence South j 18* West, February. 1. '1983. t........,...q .= until ,-:730fM.onlh. '0''"' LABOR ANO I :,ms.AM0 EXCEPT,Freer' on.petitioner or Im--
DON I. Hill sole or(joint PUBLICATION Of' THIS 645 feet. fong City ". ,Giibort S.Browt': y ,ijo ,22...., day ,of':February. EMPLOYMENT SECURITY. hanoI' WVt thereof 'lying' ,madlately thereafter. I

owners, doing business" NOTICE to file any objections Street:; thence: South 72. Cisrkofsoldcourt: Pi;, "' IY... ) O3. for road tanam- DIVISION OF' EMPLOYMENT South of ,snid. ,railroad ,.'h.rwlM ludgemoM-"-, '
under the firm name of they may have) East iSIS "'t; thence. SeulohM. Moody MRS. T.if. *AO II" *11M, finn on County Poad 21-I SECURITY; { CUR-, and LIM-A ItIQ EXCEPT ,wIll' be entered for,the, !
the challenge the? North 18* foal 289 feet 1 t. As ltOINO that .pertol'SWI\ S6'A,
) Deputy Clark IN.
I Hill APPLIANCE REPAIR ** (SpeedVlllo' Roodi)\ tram relief demanded In thepetition. '
made !
238 S. Walnut$ .,Storke, validity/ of the decedenffwilt thence South IV 13 foe ; 2C34tchg224NOTICI aupiftavno W If :'21-B to Stole otto' Jl, a .DUSTR1ESINC.; 0 lying West ef ,tha East ; ;.

Florida. 32O9T Intends toregister ... site qualifications of to State Road No. 200 ..,....."',:W-.."..........\w..,. Storka Zentfel,,d fP"-tVtorreclesslfloalitNi .r' ,distance of 2.I.......ondr.sw4adnq DsIawonc'herpewoslnn.dbe "' .' UneofLakeaes If., WITNESS my band and, 1
th. .. personal r.pveesetatve ,thence Norm 18* East Ing Bo f CURT1SS'eeDtN1EvICS PARCii 0; NVi 'of N'if ,
said fictitiousname of ..,...
f'tlheproperty a dlat, tha teal of this Court on
i ori the venue or eland sold Stole Mood UNDER .* ; W. NWU., LESS ANO EX. ,
aforesaid statute under. ,h. ($urlsctlctlan-. the court, No. Vfl. ISO feet thence FICTITIOUS NAMe' -.nc'l..*.d ;'cf. .pp.OroI. .4.6.mIle. 'N. AVCRAi\and\ J.. IU ftn all, that. part of NV41 ,February 9, T983, '

Doted this 24thday of Alt; CLAIMS, DEMANDS Nor,. */ 73 Wer 193 feel, LAW below froii.*. .4 fO 14.. CARTER, ,.fHE'4 ,of NW'/ lying .G4tSET F..wOWN
January AD., 1983 hiradf ,' AND OBJECTIONS theme North 11 last:210 ,AporoinM0r'onehalfM ,. ,-The Work, en" County omIati.NOfIClOfl. : ,$.uthjand, ; lost'of. tho Clerk of the Court
.rrf County" NOT SO PILED Will fee 'to the paint ef Notice' Is 'hereby (! > acre (TOW ** ft) ,Road No S1cemlsM o* ,center, lln.. of Alligator leulahM., Moody
Florida. M FOREVER BARRED. beginning', (ess and except given that the undersigned .Itt Section' Pe lItIrplVkt hauling,.and placement ACTIONTOrJOiftASS ,.Creeki, oil that parr of Deputy Clerk2IO4tcttg33
"1':11 4tpel 2'/17 the North IS feet of 'Intend ta register Section!tji,' !, l'fn of .I'm.' .. k, from' .NWVi!
J ....Cd.......a....0.Cd jhe last,7 feet In ...... with the Clerk. of the Ctr-' Township. ..... .*tocknia( kxaied on the .ofhe, ,.center ,'line ,of I

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;Measure the Past... Black History Month Workshop... 11
Former Bradford County Educator C.C. Anderson speaks to the congregation, : Mme of the.chelvementi of the Black communIty that are
was.an educational for and old last
'at: Ebenezer Baptist Church of the young all too often overlooked. More event. In the rke-Lawtey
a.part community's month-long observance
weekend In Lawtey citizens at the St.John
as gathered
are being planned for the remainder of (he
rof Black History'Month. Anderson offered a unique viewpoint Into the past month.
slonary Church for a study workshop. There of
was plenty
achievements and future goals of the black In the Above: Patricia Smith shows some books to young history
community Starke.area". literature: on hand for the younger children to.catch up on buffs.. '

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Area .citizens! .gather together 'tdfobserve; Black History Month

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..-'I irc ioI.._,_. 1 M : l ft .:, Itspestert"/ / ;.....-,.,..- iLl,pr h.tt>>>profit.. ? compliah ,with"<'your'JWa. The tbugh .Emory: 'Howard.' .* I t.
BCT Staff Writer "Now I don't mean to say we them.an : theiretndlon fronts" Anderson said. -"We have competition wilt always be there, but' "-thlldrer*from 'the Lavee"ayre attended Al 1
.< fit 'was Ns week!: 'of both remembrances deserve all the credit or anything like racks and always the answer was.Ui\\ progressed quite a bit In athletics, we that s good that's the way it should be a Black History workshop last
of a proud past,and hopes for that but it is so easy to forget the part same we just don't have the money. have some former area players who because it forces us to do our best Saturday afternoon at St. John's Bap-
;a better ,future >as area citizens that black people have played here in Finally he found a wealthy man' in. have made the Leon Bright and with what we have. It spurs us on to tist Church. The program was coordinated I
celebrated Black History Awareness' this '-community// :,Anderson con Jacksonville, a man named A.O. Larry Brown, ,and there will un- greater things, the things we can ac- by Patricia Smith, assisted ,
.Month with workshops; speeches and'I tinued. "Sometinjes people tend to;; Lewis who told the school board he ,doubtedly be others in the future. But' complish if we hold our heads up high ,by Deacon David Ross. '
sermons here bi Starke and the siu. segregate these accomplishments In would loan them the money for a ;we have to improve in academics." and look back on our past with pride Speaking to the study group were
;rounding area. their minds. There is especially black school.Loan them the money on 'Now we have so many outstanding and' a good outlook on the future."" Annie B. Anderson retired elemen-
The week was observed In a BlackStudy big gap In the written history of our their termsl! But they still said It ;educators administrators and "Take a good close look at our tary school teacher,and Robert Scott
workshop held in Lawtey Satur- people and the- progress:: they have would cost them too much." ministers that I can't mention them, history and make a measurement for member of the Lawtey City Council
day, Feb.' & and at a church service made. One of the main purposes of finally, we got a promise to build all in one sitting," Anderson said. yourself suprise yourself and go forward and the Bradford County Zoning
'and 'speeches at Ebenezer 'Baptist this month is to try and correct some one wing of the building.Of course we "We don't want any special breaks') because: you have some good Board. Both stressed to the young
.Church in Stark.' of these oversights as best we can," .had. to equip the building with fur- or advantages, we have been used to'' people behind you in this' people tight the goals they can achievein
The Black History observation was The congregation at the church: was, niture ourselves because the board .overcoming adversity all our lives" community.." life are limited only by the amountof
started 57 years ago by historian 'entertained between speeches by a couldn't find the money for that either' the former educator continued. "We The day s events concluded with a education determination and ef-
.Carter Woodson,.of Tallahassee, to rousing performance by the Allen but we didn't mind. It was just one just want an equal opportunity to do sermon on black history by Reverend fort they put into their objectives. {
I emphasize what he considered to be a Chapel AME Choll'. 'The invocation small building but it was a good start the best we can with the God-given -
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neglected area of history, especially ,was performed by'Daisy Williams and we made the best of it. i talents we possess. Make your decision -
,*sit is taught in elementary and high and the welcome address was given "We've got to hold our heads up. and decide what you want to a .schools., ,by JoAnn Jackson. GREAT BUYS .
-: "Why do we study history?"asked "Why do we speak of these things?"
,Lawtey's C.C. Anderson, speaking to Anderson asked those present once O I. '
the congregation at Ebenezer Baptist again "We want to be able to hold up TheMeal'
Sunday afternoon.4We study history our heads and be proud of the things
aa measurement,a measurement of 'we have accomplished. ., SAVE 100 SAWYER TAKES CARE
whore-,... a people have been and operated'of black-owned and Store OF YOUR HEATING NEEDS
more importantly, where. we are go- businesses Anderson told of '
but In the future.'''' included an, old blacksmith In. =-- _= I Dearborn l I
Anderson i Is a.retired educator and' downtown .StarkeCjust east ,of the GAS HEATERS
former Assistant Administrator at Hurst Shell station). 105 Edwards Road RCA
Bradford High School.He also served ."Now I can't remember just who OPEN 8:30-7: Mon.a: =.' '. Al Heaters On Sato
aa a long-time and respected prfncipal owned that Blacksmith shop It was, Food Welcomed E Colortrak
at a school Lawtey that bears, .too long ago even for an old man like SUmps 964-8290. 19" diagonal I
his name-Anderson Elementary. Hn meAnderson said. 'But it was a 'Starke! PRICE
was transfered to the position at BHS. gathering place for the' black com CaIOr TV BREAKER
In 1969,during the height of the some munity that was important to us whenI
of the most monumental" and sweep, was !growing up. Wa need more -
big changes for blacks in history as. places like that these days where we, Ra. Premium Pack .:4 r Model FGR 480 $148 -
American society accepted not 'can come together and discuss our Family C'
always easily the idea of ,racial.; problems and how .w.'[.e going to 53 REMOTE
equality. solve them. Fryer Qtrs..t., .. ... . .,.Ib. Dearborn
Academic progress was foremost CONTROL. 20,000 BTU
on Anderson's mind, however as he Family Pack 'i' ,
'This week we want to assess our. 1 returned to his area of expertise. ( ''';'';' ''',y. 99 CABLE Just Say Charge) HI. Dcs20

progress) in both the many areas of '"1 can remember the first school Pork' Chops, ...... ... (tt.". ,t.. . .Ib. ,$
society In which we have done well we black folks had here In Starke,"he, READY 4 4 8 f
and at the same time figure out for 'said. "It was in the old Morning Star : I
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ourselves ''where we want to go/', Lodge on. Brownlee Street and it'' $ -
Anderson told'' the congrgation at' 'wasn't much but it was the beet we' ( Ribs 1 29
Ebenezer Baptist. "All I can do is to' had: at the time.Anderson ;v,;...\,,,? r" ;'; .'.;,' Ib. Maytag Automatic ti
remind you of where we have been.: ; said black people' owe "... ,
You must decide to carry yourselves their first school, the RJE Elemen-' Skinned & Deveined Fresh r..: ,, : America'
i further on your own. We have always i ':.tary in north Starke to Professor A.O, .s 69 Washer .

had to face up to our problems with Jenkins- local man who, accordingto Beef; LiverUSDA ,,"'"'..'' f' : ....... ,lb. CompieU's' No.
not much help and that's.the way ,it, Anderson 'badgered and bugged ; Set TIll 5 0
should be" ; : ,.. and bothered; the local school board 1 .Choice Bo'neless ,/; ) New Una of Automatic
Anderson' told 'the,/congregation 'for.a .blacks!school building back in $ Washers ft Dryers offoff
Washer i
about some of the former businesses! those segregated Chuck Roast : I .49
days.seemingly tg :.. .tf. ... ,Ib:
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In Starke run by Black in the past'and Itch avail'; 'j ': .. Matching
asked the congrgation: ."Why ".'Ph ,that"man was ', g-Ietter, 1(. "'I, ... i
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Until Hunter... >' /J

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fly Marcia GrnCTNtuff knowledge. ;< Ruth and Steve have both encountered Pickers, 8<-'U$Kcther- ,"I didn't} play
Writer During mo clasp "wo figured hose mime difficulty in finding anything then hut Steve made me a
"You have to put something into the pressure using the friction 'land uniforms! In their slxit. The City Council dulcimer and I I have learned. to play It
world In order to get something out of diameter of the hoses, HaYs Ruth has aulhorlMKl: the purchase two since than," says Ruth .; .
it. It's a moral obligation. I believe if The equations involved l buslc algebra more uniforms because the fire Sl'iv'i has a woodworking shop and
f' rP you can do good things for your and even volunteer Cil'trlghterHbWho department has added three new is In art shows around .Florida on the
z< friends or your community, you are prorcssionuls., \ volunteers. weekend "Stove Is clever and can do
should do those just because you can deal with them. Ruth's sister !III a, volunteer almost! anything. Ho drew up the
and the good will somehow come backto firefighter at ,the Melrose Fire plans for our house and'; we are
you," says Ruth Hunter of Santa Fe. "One of the Instructors said that a Department. She may be moving to building it ourselves. Ho used to be a
+r Acres, the only female volunteer good fireman used to be someone who Santa Fu Acres and joining the contractor se he knows how, la do,
firefighter In Bradford.County. carried the-water in the front door Brooker Fir Department. Ilulh says, plans" and the other technical things
and washed the furniture out the back "I was surprised to learn that there that are concurred with .building a
Ruth, who joined the Brooker door now -good fireman is someone were no other female fighters tin house," she says. ,
volunteer fire department on Jan. 6, who can quench the flames using onlyas Bradford County). I think there ought They are living In. the house now,
says, "I expected to encounter some much water as he has to and doing to be more. There is a real need<< for although they still have big resistance because'I,was a woman the least damage to furniture," says firefighters and women could help fill more work on It. They started in 1978!
but there wasn't any. They seemed Ruth. that need." and worked on it on weekends at first,
pleased to have me because of my "They had told us'we would have now that they have moved in they do
nurse's training." hose practice and to come to class Both Ruth and Steve like to be active as much work as they can, but they
Ruth works as an operating room prepared to get wet that night so I put in their community.' Steve has ape both busy people.
} nurse at Baptist Hospital Jacksonville on sixteen layers of clothes and my begun a Boy Scout Troop and both of The house Is octagonal and has a lot
71W and at Alachua General In boots that I borrowed from the them are members of the Santa Fe of beautiful details like a large circular .
Gainesville. Melrose Volunteer Fire Departmentand Shadetree Pickers. staircase, a bay window and
Ruth joined the fire department the best fitting gloves I could find.I The Shadetree Pickers Is a club.where diagonal stripped paneling all of
about* month after her husband, was prepared to go out there and get everyone gets together to play which the Hunters did themselves.
Steve, joined and they have been at- wet with the best of them: says Ruth music and have a good time. Steve "Our Idea is to have lots of comfortable

tending firefighting classes that are "It was so cold outside that they plays the hammer dulcimer and Ruth areas where you can sit and
Mwm. ., .4 offered every Thursday at 7 p m. in decided to postpone the hose practice, the mountain dulcimer.r'Everyone relax. Old houses are Interestingbecause
1 the Brooker Community Center by so we sat inside and figured hose brings their own brown they had all these pocketsyou
Santa Fe Junior College. pressure. I sweltered," she says. bag lunch and drinks and we all sit could escape to. I like the bay
"We have to have 15 people, "I got an emergency call from the around and play music says Ruth.! window because it's. the warmest
registered In order to justify the class fire chief, Tony Ray Stalnaker, the "Membership Is $10 a year and you place in the house In the morning. It's
and we're a little short of that," says < other day. I thought It was a fire and don't have to play an instrument to bea the perfect place to go with my book
Ruth. The classes are free and you hopped Into my firefighting clothes member. The money goes toward and coffee,'. she says.
don't have to be a firefighter to take and went down there,"' says Ruth. buying chicken for two parties a "We knew when we began that it
New Firefighter... them. "They needed us to help transfer year, she says, If you want, you would take yearsto finish our house"
Ruth Hunter recently Joined the Brooker Volunteer Fire Department and Is The sessions aren't confined to these many feet of hose from one can bring a tambourine or spoons or a says Ruth, "The good part of building
attending classes on firefighting procedures that are being given In Brooker, physical activity, although much of truck to another. Afterward,we hook kazoo and jpln In, the ,whole idea Is to your own house is that you don't havea
what firefighters do requires a certain ed up the hoses to check out the give amateurs a chance to play with mortgage, the bad part is that no
amount of physical strength and' valves. I got wet and cold but it was professionals.Ruth matter how much you do, you still
skill. It also requires some technical fun." she says. and Steve met at a Shadetree want to do more."

.. 66Tax Break"8ls2

Program NOW


e3et OfferedThe

Internal Revenue Service and A A, Aw

eight Florida public television stations -
will present "Tax Break," a
two-hour program designed to help
taxpayers prepare their federal tax
returns, on-Sunday, Feb. 13, from 2
p.m. til 4 p.m. Dick Van Patten, star
of "Eight is Enough," will host the A

program. _
"Tax Break" will give taxpayers
I Information on the current 1040 and
1040A forms and also cover the new !

____ 1040EZ form. The program will cover
Itemized deductions, who must file,
child care, energy conservation
credits and much more. .
One of the unique features of "Tax
Break" will be the availability of IRS .07
:assistors to answer questions during SeJB

>the two-hour telecast.,Viewers will be- .,. ..... Hoo'' .,
able to..call theIRS toll f{ea .ate .
1-800-424-104O or at one of the local*, ,, ; A.e + r M nnivtui +" arxlmam;: rU 1 tiotlglm t, ,'!a "Wpm J 'yn'i
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their records, tax forms and instruc-
tions ready before they .sit down to .T rp ..,
watch the show. +
? WUFT. Channel 5, Gainesville and I
\ WJCT, Channel 7,Jacksonville will be i
carrying the Hoover* Spirit"Portable-Canister Vacuum
program. __. _.
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Handy nxHoi/ wMcK. Mql cogtedlipoiaBMi Ha*(,hog wtorti
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Florida National Guard \ "" '..> "
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5 for the firing of the 105mm howitzer. Hoover Self-Pnlpellect: Concept One'* ; '., ''l'', '' r '
Fort Stewart, Georgia and Camp VVtuoHy WKXMM an OH UnM of carpM.Action grip peo- .. <" L .. !; -
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l' Inch mortar which has been fired at .' ,
Camp Blanding for many years. The
w.... environmental assessment has concluded .I I
:::"::., that modifying the ranges at ,; I
Camp Blanding will not have a significant !- .
Hoover I IJ
Impact on the quality of the ,:-J!' Convertible' Upright j
natural or human environment. tt DMp.c1eonlngIagllalolf..pooItIon, I
cant adj, ..slmer/-low/ .normal,high 01 Yag 9"* I
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Recognized for PromotionSenior p', !!i.;.!;;. 'h* .1\'\'.......),...;, 1.

Airman James E. Tomlin- I I J' .' "
'son, son of Winfred E. and Geraldine I "
Tomlinson of Starke, has been .Hoovw Portabl''' y N.;r iz' K
:j J specially identified for early promotion in.DOWN at o uty um oaeuum \ '1..:' .
to senior airman in the U.S. Air | ---110...... ... ." 1'1',
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ratingahead of other Air Force | I nttlTltlrlhm'tttitnfi lliM.,... '
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.ff ''knowledge, bearing and self- : .
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wTomlinson, is an administration "
-=:: specialist at RAF Lakenheath, rr-::-

England. He is a I960! graduate of and-cornet.Wt.
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: Lake Butler, has graduated from .. -
..the U.S Air ,Force aircraft j ,
maintenance', training course at : Ik
"Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas.: Denmark ', :Rivers 'H

Graduates of the course were train- ..".. r rdwaret
ed to aircraft maintenance, repair '' .' ',' ,. '"" '. ,
'and service,. and earned 'credits l -
.toward an associate degree in applied Furniture ( t ,&, Furniture
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- Merrltt a 1983 graduate of Bradford 434 W; Call Street 85 East Main Street .
; High School I, will now serve al.. | Starke Florida .:\ 3I: :, .

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February 10, 1983 Page 58

Potential StarkeBusinessman' News Briefs, "

I :,, while driving at approximately 89 2000. King was released on his own Felony Informations were filed on
Inmate Leaves,, <
mph. recognizance. 20 cases and four cares were transferred
MurderedThe Chicken Farm it Bond for the DWLS charge was set to misdemeanor court.
Florida State Prison (inmate Jimmy at $200. Bond for the excessive speed Report From OfficeOf One defendent was placed on probation g
and was by
one appeal
Lee Tennant walked from the charge was set at $150. Perry was State AttorneyThe
bodies of two Gainesville men, several weeks ago from New York. away sometime released after he posted a cash bondon defendent. 34 cases were dismissed
chicken farm at FSP
Police Bradford County Office of the by the court or the state attorney.
one who was to open a Pizza theorize their deaths may be to charges.
before 10:30 Feb. 7, according
tied p.m. State Attorney received for There were three Jury trials during
to organized crime. prosecu-
restaurant In Starke,were found stuffed Richard ,
In the trunk of a rental car. in Tramontana applied for a building Superintendent, 24, minimum custody Abren Bernard Denson of Starke tion 41 new individual cases and/or the month of January and one person
Broward County last week. permit in Bradford County to remodelthe a the to 11 was arrested Feb. 5 for driving while felony defendants during the month of was given the death penalty Six people
prisoner, was working 1 p.m.
Both men had been killed execution Krtspy Kreme doughnut shop shift at the chicken farm where he' his license was suspended, accordingto January, according to Investigator. were sentenced.One .
Clark. search warrant was
across from Bradford County High Trooper Ethridge. Willy :
style, according to the police. unsupervised after 5 He had
Giuseppe (Joe) Tramontana, 42. of School on US-301 in Starke last July. was been working there for the p.m.past year, Denson was arrested at the Starke Of the cases received 14 cases were There were 20 new traffic or misde-
Work the in city limits US-301. Bond set at prison related. meanor cases received In January.
3429 NW 133rd St., Gainesville, had began on building early said Duggar. on was ;
been shot once ,In the left eye and January The red headed, freckled face inmate $200. Denson was released after he I .-. -, -.. -
three times in the side of the head. ., is serving a 64 months sentence posted a cash bond
The body of Giuseppe Romano, 40, According to State Attorney In- for possession of methaqualone and !
also of Gainesville,had been shot nine vestigator Willy Clark, his office cooperated burglary of a dwelling from Orange j
times. Both bodies were fully clothed with Dania police who were County i..,,;A Lawtey
wrapped In heavy canvas material in Starke Friday investigating the '.,t.. Charged With Battery
and heavily taped.The car was foundIn death of Tramontana. The building
Danla, a community south of Fort being remodled was searched to see i if Burglary At Ward? Lawtey Patrolman E. D. (Skip)
there to aid them in Phillips was charged with on
Lauderdale.The car contained a briefcase was batter I
and the car's keys, but no their case. Assistant State Attorney Catalog Store j? a juvenile in an ich
weapons, drugs or money, said Officer Mack Futch said everything Inside During the night of 'February 3-4 allegedly occurred December 28,
Goulat. the building appeared to be norman. several hundred dollars worth of mer- 1982.The
Incident which involved a .
Tramontana had been living In There is no reason' to believe the chandise was taken from the,Montgomery r_ I
reported r.
female, was
I Gainesville for the last nine months. crime has anything to do with Bradford Ward catalog'stores in 16-year-old Ser < I
Division of
Romano had come,to fiainsvllM, County, said Clark Starke. {jr. December 30.
i : vices was notified and Phillips was .
The order office located on ,East '
I Call Street was broken Into sometime charged Phillips January was arraigned 7. Jan. 17, at 60 Years of Service ToBradford.Union.Clay
after the store closed Wednesday and
which time he entered a plea of not-
when the store reopened Thursday. No trial date has been set, according
; .John <:Jay Gontarek' Newest Jewelry, watches, silverware,and guilty. to the State Attorney's!" Office. ResidentsWe
merchandise were taken from the
is James L.
j" "* store, according to Investigator Steve Tomlinson.Attorney for Phillips, offer the bereaved family all of the services involved in a'
Backus. 'j-. traditional funeral and burial having been established for I
i'':: Assistant State Attorney Here The investigation into the burglary Man Arrested many years In our facility we are able to provide. our.fine
.Is pending., '4 Lawtey services to you at less cost. ,
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Charged With Battery
A new face on the Bradford County l
.'. Courthouse scene Is Assistant State Ar is =iw'NrrM Traffic Arrests >$;' Thomas M. King, 28,of Lawtey was Dewitt C. Jones I
Attorney John Jay Gontarek, who is Y During The Past WeekJoe arrested Feb. 5 and charged with aggravated ,
battery, according to Deputy ,
prosecuting jnlsdeamors ,
4 Funeral Home
and Juvenllle cases. < Nathan Perry of Gainevllle was John Dempsey.
Gontarek has been With the State' arrested for driving while his license King did unlawfully committ bat- Starke Keystone. Hgts.
Attorney's Office since October 19, was suspended and excessive speed tery upon Bobble W. Harden and 964-6200 4733176PRESIDENTS'
1980, serving until October, 1982, in Feb.4. According to Trooper Kenneth Carla King by striking, according to ,,
Union and Baker County. While there Ethridge, Perry was arrested'J on the arrest record. ,
he handled misdemeanor, j juvenileand US-301 two miles south of .Starke, Bond for each charge was set at
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on occasion felony cases. --' -
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According to Gontarek he is enjoying a y't 'JIII:,._ :B':=-- 1III5:;1ISII:: ::1ll 'r: being in Bradford County and
likes' working .with the sheriff's
';; department the other attorneys and r
Ad Good
; the Judges. He feels at home with,
1 Judge John J Crews who was in Baker DAY thru
/I' County and is now serving Bradford -
',County. ; t rt r ,Feb. 28, 1983
\*'. Gontarek, who was born in Mobile,
'.Alabama, graduated from the
.;* Cumberland School of Law .In Birmingham In Honor of Abe & George

,, The Gontarek's, in December,1979.)in High. Spr.. I are
reside aruaW.Y.w. we having a
,. ings. Mrs. Gontarek is the former t

k' Jennifer Fortune of Ft. Walton Super Sale ,. I
Beach, Fla. They have a daughter a IA LE I ,
Brooke who Is one-year-old. Jennifer John Jay Gontarek ,
jis currently in veteranary school at '
\, the University,Florida.., New! Assistant State Attorney: 1 i t

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sixth annual, meeting. Feb.. 1,with the County Fair. a'
,RJea"xs: l'frl.J3"; t nd M_ rsrnev .. 'The club also participated In ithe.. ......- te\at' "" 'Y ( or- : -r_ $, mm Sale'I' I!
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and '
mm Use'Ann Moody i&nigaj every Thursday' niga4tso\ aWhe
.Shshes. Melissia May led the pledge, New River Fire station.
Barry Carlton led in prayer, Tessy There will be a garage sale March s\et\ O 20 % off on all ;;;a. :a-
Whitehead gave, the treasurer'sreport. 15, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.nir between the' \\01.-
Amy Black gave'a report on Pep-O and McDonalds.' Also _
,the Marine Science class) Daniel for all the swine member there is go i in Dome Simplified Monthly
Carlton told about the cooking class ing to be a meeting In Lake Butler '" Desks'ordered Record
sip's Bookkeeping
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parents and members must \,3
f:? pa the clothes the club sent to Louisiana ,,' Rhonda Sue Alvarez, n3 1 9 8 3 statements determining and net payroll profit, net for worth an entire
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Bradford County Rescue Averaged R ,

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69 Calls Per Moth in 1982' f'i' '

The Bradford County Rescue unit
answered 824 calls during 1982 which Without the aforementioned person- tunities In emergency. medical services Y f
U an average of 69 calls a month,according ..;net, Bradford County would not,be are answered.In i''' ',,,f 4
to Supervisor Cliff Chapman. able to enjoy the advantages of hav- Bradford County the County Fire
.The Bradford County Rescue U an ing an Advanced Life Support Department,Rescue and the Sheriffs
Advanced Ufe Support System which System,said Chapman,who wishes to Office., share a common phone. +
meets the'requirement and criteriaset express a hardy THANK YOU. number. The number to' dial la '#
forth in Florida State Statute lot, Of the 834 calla answered last year, 964-6181. ,
reports Chapman.To the majority of calls 235, were due to In Graham, Brooker and Hampton,
meet the requirements, the some type of illness.There was a total there is a toll-free number,
system employs four full-time of 114 Injuries associated with 1-800-342-3444.
paramedics one emergency medical automobile accidents and 113 Injuries In any emergency, people have a
technician three part-time related to other trauma. There were tendency to become excited. That's
paramedics, three part-time EMTs 83 calls concerning cardiac related understandable, but there are some ''t3 a 4k
and several volunteers.The problems,and 51 calls to patients with important facts that need to be
full-time paramedics are breathing problems. The remainderof remembered, said Chapman.
Rescue Supervisor Chapman Bill the calls were divided between O. 1-Try,to remain calm, and remainon
O'Neal, Scott Taylor, and Paul West. B. runs, gun shot wounds stabbing the line until the dispatcher Bradford County Paramedics.....
The full-time EMT Dan Cuddlngton. house fires, suicide attempts, alcoholproblema records all the vital Information. Four full-time sendee. Pictured Is Scott Taylor. Rescue
and medical hr.
is currently attending paramedic false and no 2-Glve your name and EXACT loca- paramedics one emergency emergency and
alarms .technician Cliff Pan: CujdlagUin! Paul West.
rotate at Supervisor Chapman
school at Lake City Community Col- transports.In tion. 3-State the emergency' and or. Bradford Hospital giving the county X4
.lege., addition Rescue personnel are problem. 4-Give a call-back number. .
The paramedics providing backupfor actively involved in community While waiting for the rescue unit to .
the system are Ed: Bailey, Bobby education. Approximately 330 Brad- arrive there are a few things that can;.
Blauer, and Jerral Johnson., The ford County residents were instructed be done advises\ Chapman.I-Maintain
EMTs are Steve Futch Freeman and certified in CPR and First Aid an airway, make sure the patient Is"
Register and Clay Sellers.; during 1982 according to Chapman. breathing. 2-ControilleVere bleeding
Rescue's community involvementalso Direct pressure with any clean cloth
extends Into the Bradford County over the wound usually is enough.
The volunteer EMTs that donate School system. At least once a year, 3-Make the patient comfortable, but
their time to Bradford County Rescueare during National Hospital Week, the DO NOT mbve the patient unless it's a
Betty Baldwin, Mike Sanders and Rescue unit visits all elementary lifethreatening situation. 4-Keep the
Joyce Wainwright. Volunteer drivers schools to familiarize the students patient warm.
Include Randy Gaskins,Nelson Green with the Rescue unit personnel and To make life safer for you, your .
and Terry McCarthy. procedures. Seeing, touching and family and friends, try to attend a a.I .
Rounding out the system are the operating the equipment alhvlateg CPR or First Aid Course offered in .o ,
dispatchers all employed by the any fear they may. have concerningrescue. the community. .
Bradford County Sheriffs Office. On behalf of the Bradford County
.They are Arthur Brock. Kenny Visits are also made to the Middle Rescue, Supervisor Chapman thanks
Cauley, Robert Foster, Linda Hicks. School and BUS. In those schools the residents for their support and
,Bobby Owens, and LJnzy Thornton, questions relating to career oppor wishes everyone well.

. 'Brookerby

C.E."Sue"Davis was discussed with Steve Nipper appointed Brooker Elementary held an
phone 485-1344: director of the tournament.The Awards Assembly Friday Feb. 4, to
tournament is tentatively recognize students with outstanding
J.C. Keene; President scheduled for March 11-13. academic progress during the third
Athletic AssociationAt The next meeting of the Association six-weeks.
will be at Brooker school Thursday
the. meeting of the Brooker Feb. 17, at 7:30: p.m. Several things Students of the six week awards
;Athletic Association Monday night. will be discussed with uniforms for were Larry Parrish, Mrs.McLeod's
Jan.31 the following board memberswere the Dixie Youth teams having top class and Robbie Grey, Mrs. Pillow's
ejected for the upcoming year., priority. All Interested persons are class. Others nominated were' &
:J.C. Keene, president; Steve Nipper. asked to be present. Shondee Lewis Mrs. Vellenga'sclass I Ir
,vice president; Linda Robinson School News... ; Larissa Scott, Mrs. Jackson's'
secretary; and Margaret Ann Dyal class; and Christina Bath,. Mrs.:
(an eighth ,member added .to the After much debate and study, the 'Melvln's class. Most improved
board) was elected treasurer. Rev. Andy Moon of the Brooker Baptist students are: Amy Hallmark,Mary
After a short discussion, the crowd Church selected the following Dunne, Shawn Thompson, Tommy
.,voted to use the Farmers and Dealers students' Arbor Day posters to represent Jones, Jason Pardee, Robert Chas-
Bank of Lake Butler for all business Brooker Elementary School in tain Lorrie Callan, Sherry Carter
'transactions. To get the association the State competition. Stephen Karen Hodge Karen Stokes, Billy
I started,a membership drive Is underway McLeod Robbie Grey and Lone Barnes, Johnny Higgins Carrie Flet-:
r with at $5 membership per person. cardsavailable Callan. cher and Ronnie Seay. 1982 Explorer Pickup 1981 Pickup .

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the BAA. students and Wayne
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Gov. Bob Graham will visit Camp Get A 6-Month $ $5195.00 ,$9995. .O
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4 .rk Ranger Begins Struggle to Preserve Past For ut .-#>. jatato Jaw&l:. -, ; I

;', By Mark Frledlln
': And Marcia Goodge ,
'> BCT Stall ..

; In the early 1800', before discos .f
movies or television, people gatheredat .
> the grist mill to exchange news ..
the old mill stream.
Down by
meet ,friend,., and 'talk about s'r
everything from politics, to the Park Ranger Dale Kendrick gasesat
weather Gold Head Branch the stream that
The site of one of these historical r nee humtehed the power to tarn the
gathering places is at Gold Head grindstones and operate the cotton
Branch State Park. "Grist mills were v gin at the gristmill that) was located
common in this area back then," says on Gold Head Branch State. Park land
Park Ranger Dale Kendrick' "but IB tie IMfs. has
most people' don't know there was- The Florida Park
ever a mil anywhere around;\ here" begun the long and difficult process to
get the grUtralll rebuilt as H was
.The Florida' Park Service"(FPS) when farmers came from mile
would like to let people know. They around IH the fall to grind their ewra
have begun the long, uphill climb to and gin their cotton., .
reconstruct the old mill so that future l 4,5va ,
.Floridians will be able to get an Idea I'
of what life was like for their. II
ancestors.. S I I
"Unfortunately, this kind of thing S tr1 f'y< krr ,. Y d
takes time," says Major James''
Stevenson, head of the Bureau of
Natural Resources (BNR). "You
have to have the patience of Job.
There is so much research to be done : '
..In the design and construction of a ':* THEATRE
project like this" -

The Division of Archives and i t .Nit- .. e4ejS Stake 9645451Fri.

History) will begin the document '
research Into the mill kite's past ., Sat., Sun.
) They have to find out what the plan of,
the site was and who owned it. The fb
Division la expected to give the BNRan rr 1*ot

estimate soon of how much It will ( ,
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cost to do this research and then the, 4 > 11mI ;
process can begin. \

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have on the environment.
After all the research has been'' them about it." Once at the mill, the water flowed flowed back into the course of Gold '"They will probably come out herewith
done, the FPS can apply to the state, Kendrick became interested In the over the water wheel and powered the Head Branch and continued on its metal detectors later on to try to 301 DRIVE-IN
government for the funds to build the mill when he began work at Gold shaft that turned the grindstones.The way to Lake Johnson. "Studies will find the nails used in the millhouse so
mill. "The money will have to be obtained Head Branch four years ago. "1 would : stationary, stone could be adjusted have to be made on the affect the mill they can" determine exactly.where It Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon.
through the legislature and. love to see the mill restored,"he says, to grind corn to..various' will have on the lakes and streams for stood, says Kendrick. "We know it
with the economy the way it Is, that "Florida 'is the only ,state in the degrees of courseneas. Chicken feed, everyone's best interest," says Ken- was here, but if Just anybody came
may take a while" says Major;: southeast that doesn't have a working grits) and meal were ground In,this drick,"but the water wouldn't be con- out here digging and trying to find It'' 1I
Stevenson, "We Intend to complete grist mill In their park system."Since .manner. tained, it would be put back Into the they might do more harm than good.
the project, but it will take time.*.* the mill was located on what la now The upper stone had a hole In the stream's orlglonal course." The project is getting support from
middle and the corn was fed in and the Society for the Preservation of I BLOOD
Some research has already been FPS land,it would be the logical place FIRST
done. Kendrick says, "We went for a reconstruction.The ground between the two by the mov- Lake Johnson's depth, which has Old Mills. A past president of that
through the old deeds at the courthouse old mill site is marked so that ment of the lower atone The miller' been Increasing over the last three .society, Donald Martin.has visited
and in one,we found that Riley visitors to the park can see where it then bagged the ground corn to.give to years, should not be affected by the the site and, according to Kendrick,
Gllssen had leased a half-acre of land 'once stood A wood-backed earthen ,the farmer. slight detour that Gold Head Branch he was very Impressed. "From his PLUS
Farmers their to'the will take when the mill is knowledge of mills all over the
near here a certain distance 'from dam blocked the stream,.Gold Head brought corn
Joseph Thomas" mill betweeq 1883 Branch, and created the mlllpond. mill In the fall and paid the miller reconstructed, according to Ken- eastern United States, he believes \
and 1889." The overflow from the dam ran on with a toll .that was usually one- drick. that the mill" operated in the way we :SUMMER
"We talked to some of Gllssen'si to Lake Johnson and part of the water seventh of the ground corny* The described, says Kendrick.
i relatives and 'found that he ran the was channelled through the millrace miller sold the corn either in the cityor "It will take a lot of study;the park Kendrick says he believes the project RS
mill,'' says Kendrick."Some of them a trough that carried the water to the at the mill.., '.. < **%! ; service wants to put the site back as it will also need public support.
remembered playing here as mill..The course of the millrace can A cotton gin was also run off the was. That is hard to do without plans Once the mill is operational It will \\-VL- ,
by the water wheel. of the structure, but we are getting as bring in a lot of tourists to the area, Color by Technicolor -.
the mill wasn'toperating still be and the power supplied
children,and although seen today depression
be ......,. .. ,
much Information as possible on the since it will the only one In the 19x2 einn.rle.+ As R1Qfl!"-
built is still
even then, -they where the mill was visi mill "
remembered their mother telling ble. "IIIJ; .

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Active Arnjx ,Units to t"aPat Camp? Blanding' Will Clean any Additional$ RoqmM.k1195; .1 .. I

;M1 ,.Active ti.L3; r Army writs .
'. 1 "... Kentucky.I. .. iaaludavataex errmouaLa6 a.BaUaUOO of the F\QrJda.Guani ylUhft Guard. These units will-be doing-Air''I ,
from March 19'to April t. Defense Artillery exercises and small' Furniture Cleaned
.Camp Blanding as part of their an- day and night firing of air defense artillery training
and helicopter, Their training will include! arms firing. ,
systems helicopter
nual off training
post program. wean will The 167th Support Command Corps
gunship firing.
Battalion Calvary squadron .
The 229th Attack Helicopter also be conducting aviation training The 53rd Infantry Brigade of ,.the of the Alabama Guard will be training 39.95 '
Airborne Division
from the 101st
front June 4-18. Their training will include
with approximately' 25 Army Florida Guard will be training
Fort Campbell, ..K1'bas been
: Their will small arms firing and logistics on the
training since Jan. 15 and will leave helicopters operating In the Camp April 23 to May.7. training Sofa ft Chair
level. ,
.Blanding Military Reservation include artillery firing, mortar firing corps
Feb 10 and return from March 1-15.
arrive.and and firing on the small arms practice!
The units will depart
(Air 17th'
The 1st Squadron )
A unit from the Puerto Rico Guard,
NAS In Jacksonville
from Cecil Field ranges.
Calvary from the 82nd Airborne Divi- by U.S. Air Force C.13o aircraftIn '. May 14-28 three units will be training the 2-162nd Field Artillery Battalion,
sion, Fort Bragg, NC, here since Jan.
addition to the active Army at Camp Blanding. These are the will train July 923. Carport
March 11.
. 418 will train through units, the National Guard will have 50th Area Support Group and the 50th The Florida National Guard rtt
|.Company C of the l/32Sth Infantry will train at Carpets Dyed "CleanedM5.00$14.95 .
will various units participating their Supply Battalion, both of the; Florida Military Academy Camp
Battalion from Fort Bragg. ,
be 2-15. annual training at Camp Blanding. Guard and the 2-263rd Air Defense Ar-; Blanding Aug 7-21. or'
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,inent'Division of Standards,throughits packages that do not presently Iden, manufacturers' instructions."The .
oFbu i& II\foVin aNI itklnl\ Bureau of Petroleum Inspection, is tify the type of kerosene being offeredare consumer's responsibility Isto Florida Carpet Cleaning
lyirr t,8ttrtl, !&lkreaSliJJlypopularunvented : for the regulation of fuels in violation of Florida's labeling take the time to carefully read the _
kerosene heaters are being and lubricants,and that the testing of regulation but our'proposed amend- label and make certain the product is .& Co.
l (UWnMSymml *ioner- ,of .kerosene is not new to the agency. ,ment will specify the Division of Stag.'I Ik kerosene, and then to use the fuel
i Agriculture Doyle Conner to be sure ',"Traditionally, kerosene has been dard's right to require product idea:> according to the kerosene manufac-
they e l o 1ueJ... :-: dispensed from pumps at service sta'tions. -. .tlflcatlon on the label. ., turers' instructions," Conner said. 7823559Lawtey
'''I1ii4)tiVat ,lwhiCWUWlfll'OwoIn I ." he said. "With the Increased According to John WhItton,Chief of,
( number nationwide from less than popularity of these unvented heaters the Bureau of Petroleum Inspection .
500,000 in U7 $presently shoo be ailed .with only twoor five-gallon containers sold tent and other chemical and physical
.Ilk kerosene,"Conner 'explained. through a wide variety of outlets. properties, as well as for contamlnatton -,
"Kerosene Identified as Ik Is refinedfor .VSlnce Ik kerosene is recommended with other fuels. Additionally., '
use in'unvented''heaters: and for unvented heaters such as these Bureau of Weights and Measures Inspectors -
&\\r..lamps, and has a low sulfur".content' we are seeking to revise the kerosene' are sampling packages to be '
4" compared with 2k kerosene. labeling provision of the law to include sure they Include full. measure of pro,:
Conner pointed out that,the departif. -, packaged kerosene as well aa duct PUBLIC NOTIOc
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Beauty Pageant Scheduled ,Sat.

Applications are Mill being takenfor day Feb.11, ford County High School or the Look
the preliminary of the Miss The pageant will be held Saturday ing Glass Styling Center.
Florida Sunshine Pageant, which Is Feb 13, in the Bradford High Schoo All winners of the pageant will have
locally called the 1983 Miss Bradford auditorium at 1:30 p.m. A mandatory their entry fee paid to the state com
County Sunshine Pageant. rehearsal is scheduled for 8:30: a.m., ,ncritandatrophy.yreceive a crown fourth,ban
Applications will be accepted until Feb. 12.The .
is to girls ages runners-up will receive a trophy.
Saturday Feb. 12. If applicants pageant open
I 1 10:30: a.m.wait until Saturday to submit 5-M (sln&la. or married) and" boys State winners will receive a crown
fikit their applications they must pre- ages 3-7. banner, (flowers trophy savings
register by phone with Debra Norman Applications may be picked up at bonds, gifts and T.V. ',
at 954-8547,OF 964-8M9 by 9 pm.: Frl- the Starke Print Shop Kenwin, Brad-

E 2 Obituaries-..... .&. .. e, .. 1

Casto Funeral Home in Evans, West Our recent loss leaves' us with
Melvin B. Flitch Va. with. Rev. Bennie Pauley officiating grateful thanks for good friends and
Melvin Brown Futch 74 of Lake, Burial 'Will be in Blaine neighbors. Thanks to you all for the
Drive Jacksonville died Friday Memorial Garden Cemetery with Archie food, flowers, and'cards. A special
Feb. 4.In St. Lakes Hospital followinga Tanner Funeral Home of Starkein thanks to Dr. Hernandez' and to the
eudofen Illness. charge of arrangements staff at Bradford .Hospital. Your
Born In Lawtey Mr. Futch was a every act of kindness will always be
retired school teacher, having taught Card of Thanks remembered.The .
in the Duval County public school Family Willis SwindellLefa
( system for over 40 years. He was a
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member of the Holiday Hill Baptist -

rI,' Church.Survivors'lncludo' four sons Benton Gt Physical" (Iy)'

g, Futch of Starke, Ralph Futch of Black '
\ Mountain N.C., Terry Fetch of Fit
Jacksonville Beach and Glen Futch of for Spring:

Jacksonville Mary J. Fauchmann one daughter of Yolcahoma Mrs; 20% off Fob. ,3 thru Feb. 28

Japan; two brothers AncU Z. Futch
of Quincy and Van S, Futch of Tints
Perms Frosts Glazes
4 a i ", i JIr u Jacksonville; and several grand- Wq#* ,
Funeral services were held at 12 *... Services
noon on Monday Feb.7,in the Chapelof CM rC/w sue
Hell Funeral Home, Jackson- '' dy 'Wraps s
ville with Rev. Dale Kinsey officiating. w 'sea"' r
Burial was in Green Lawn Non-Surgical Face Lifts
4 at e< V."

Uzi r Cemetery.Mrs.. Ida Grizzell tt *aed Sculptured Nails 10'0'
f *
,, H.,, r, Mrs. Ida Grlzzell,82,of Starke, died |SI? tj;" *.
1A Saturday Feb. 8. at the Bradford **%, Manicures 4*... ln.w Calro. |
in Starke t.
Hospital following an ex-

A f. : .k tended Born illness.and raised In Kentucky mov- Looking Glass Styling Center
ing to West Virginia, then to Jacksonville -
t'F'F Beach, then to Starke two years 442F W. Madison Street Starke. 9648547Starke
a ago,Mrs.Grizzell was the daughter of ,
the late Balaam and Lilly Brown -
Phillip. '*!
Survivors include three daughters,
Mrs. Ida Allene Mallory of Starke Family PinningClinic
Mrs. Laverna Cadle and Mrs. Betty ,

"Dinosaurs, Puppets and Picasso".... Curry' both of Grlzzell West Virginia and ; two Tubal ,Llgatlon ({Tubes tied)
sons. Troy Eugene ,
Marshall hen winner of two Emmy Awards for his Florida.
Chicago puppet television show performed for Southslde The show Included explorations of two of his favorite. Grlzzell both of Mississippi; 13 & Vasectomies
Elementary School students on his tour through north subjects abstract art and dinosaurs. grandchildren. 20 great- '
'\ grandchildren grandchildren also and survive.three great. great No Hospital stay necessary !r No"Abortions" performed.

1 Funeral services will be held Friday 964-6500
Emmy Award Winning Puppeteer ; ,Feb.It,at a p.m.at the Chapel of "
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Performs 'for Southside ElementaryEmmy i. .

award-winning puppet pet with clothing and conceals the Stegosaurus and a turtle, portrayed;: IT
master Marshall Izen recently gave aperformance band. drama of plant eating prehistoric 1Q'
of his Mr. Izen performed "Jack and theBeanstalk" animals and their enemy, the meaWt CHEV \( & OLDS.
Puppets and with nothing but shapes eating allosaurus. '
Elementary School Students in the. percussion music and the Imaginationof Teacher Linda Tougaw, said ,her ,

Bradford High School Auditorium. the audience.He students loved the show "It was so I -.-, 1-- ,,' '..........., .." "".. -.-,,' ,, ..."yr' ..',.j{ ,.t. wtl,.,. ".Of". .. "..11)L ...,
lien has been a puppeteer since made puppets representingwind cute and l.IC8tkmal. Just terrific It ..".. ,, ,, ,, ,, 'J : ," '. "I..,,J,,,
I .;.. .' : ''' I'" J '
the age of seven and has .bis own! and sun.to.show.pne.of AesopjlfA :jManyiof The teachers) aald\ the so j. l', Ii1i -:' ,!... ,r ".I" television show forr children. broad "abies. was the best thing the youngsters jiai .
cast out of Chicago for which be won collection of abstract art forms, ,had in a long time. f >" C. :
two Enunys. first used by Pablo Picasso were used Mr. belt was an honor student at j y Model,
one at a time to demonstrate the the Art Institute of Chicago where he* 964-7500 Temple Ave: I IIICHEVROLET ;:
The show began with a demonstration artist's techniques. Many of the studied to be a concert pianist.,He* -=: Toll Free |OlOSMOBllE0 No. 1080 fat
of how a puppet can be made adults reported that the Picasso section now resides in New York City and has II
from household items. A styrofoam was highly interesting; to them. been touring for about ten years. He ,_Florida SEHVICt
ball,with a hole for a finger to supportit Some said they began to understand performs mostly for schools .I $ ave
can be used for a bead. Colored the artist's techniques which had museums and guilds
cardboard furnishes the puppet with a never been explained to them before. He came to north Florida through a
nose, buttons or pieces of felt can be contract with Theatreworks, Inc., ] $ '
1983 Olds $$
used for eyes or a mouth.A party hat Probably the moat-loved portion of headquartered at Ja k.onville'Beach. Regency Brougham lCO'h..S' .J
or inverted paper cup can be placed the show was the Dinosaur puppets. He stopped at the Bradford?
on the bead. A lightweight piece of ,Five dinosaurs Mama Brachiosaurus High School, ,at ,the' request of; ,
material or a scarf supplies the pup and her baby Brachy Allosaurus, Southside Principle Jesse Moore Luxury (it Finest .. Iro'.

All Power and Loaded. .' P.8()

I Flea Epidemic Predicted by UF LET US MAKE' ONE FOR YOU .. "" \) 'l3

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This year's mild winter In Florida On the pets themselves,, Koehler should- use the pesticide carefully and r Model ,,,, (" 1 s"e4;
may be good news for the tourist industry -J recommends malathion to get rid of preferably with a veterinarian's ad- \C.\ JMTOSave;<< ; ,,' Jill '
but it's expected to be bad the fleas. But he says pet owners vice to avoid harming the animal. | 1983 Cutlass, Supreme'' : : :,1 t r an
news for pet owners. A University of
;t a I n'
Florida Extension' entomologist
predicts an epidemic of fleas in the America's #1 Selling Car
8-12 Sat.
state this year."Florida I mH OPEN 8-5:30 Mon.-Fri..
generally has the worst A/C, cruise, tilt, stereo, much more *
flea problem in the country," says : 'Includes Popular Option Pkg Discount I'; )
Philip G. Koehler of UF' Institute of f J 9If4 9,11' SHI: .
,Food and Agricultural Sciences / ,
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(IFAS). "The sandy soils and warm Experience """
temperatures are ideal for flea NOBODY 'TRUCKS LIKE WE DO !
breeding. Usually however winter FAST FRIENDLY SERVICEHwy. ?
cold fronts move In; we get a hard 301 407 N. Temple Ave.
freeze, and the flea breeding slows =.."., E'c--
Starke Florida : -- :::
down.This year we and haven't there's had been those a We Install and Check System 1983 S-10 Pickup I. MO'd I'

tremens population of fleas
building up throughout the state." ( ] No:1074::
Koehler says the flea population is V6, 5 sp, PS, PB, A/C step bumper ,lll ,
now so high that even a hard freeze '
this late In the season won't be enoughto 6 #1074 4' $ave
prevent an exceptionally: active
,:year for fleas. 'LA"TlilUlIlAS
Koehler adds that one result of the 15OOUSE
flea population explosion: Is that many LAKE QUALITY
people who don't own pets are reporting J
: flea problems.' He says free '
roaming pets and wild animals are Battery: of STAR_ CARS ,t '
bringing their fleas Into neighboring' ,
yards,and the fleas are transported '

,and on shoes offices.and Cat pant and dog cuffs fleas into will bomes bite, TOP' QUALITY BATTERIES AT: REASONABLE PRICES" ,Corns see J.R. "Jim",Uwsen*.Eddte Starling ,.John Hughes or Bob Caflaway

people,although they don't reproduce ,' '." "
away from the host animal. .' :" .' :
Koehler says there are'several, Stocking the Batteries YOU,,Mayr,
precautions,pet owners and non-pet) '
owners problem.can take, to cope with the flea r '1981 ,Camaro. l lgctl tt'<. .. ..,.._ .:53988,

"First, leash laws should be enforoed fI"'NOW' $648S 1931 : 56988
to .keep animals from spreading RebuildingAlternators ", 1981 Caprice. Ltmded, ," CaWass$ 'cPE.p-". .
fleas., be said. "And should '
vacuum the floors! regularly to take '1981 C10 ,PUsMr.M.$6688 1981 i "/AMCI Spirit ....,,,*4488. -. :
up dust and organic matter where the
flea larvae breed." i e, Starters ;. Trin.$1288: ; I $6688 j
; 1975 1981 Monte t Cao! ,
/'If you have a pet Koehler adds."you Vega WII. G ,
probably need i to'ose some- '

Durban chemical Is'control good because In the it house.has a 'Generators"HEW" !1980 t""MaHiHJCpt.$5188. : : : "1980 E"'c" IAO"il'f.r$4g8e: :' :

residual effect, and methopren is a.
growth regulator that prevent, ,

lurk breeding.Koehler on sandy"say paths fleas and outdoors grass tramp/ ." .Automates, '\ I ", Commercial Mariner ake' Chlvr let- Dlds"ln

ed down by pets.. He suggests using Alternators ,, farm Equipment Uw blower, .
dLsilnon Dursban or< some other \ ((24 Mont Warranty) ; .

pesticide approved. for outdoor use. .',' .>. >/0" ;', '" J MotorcycM" MN. \ :ll.$..'Sol M. ,- 9G4-'7O4 ,.'


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JASP Helps Turn ]Kids Around :', ': '

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Young Offenders Now Have Alternative to the Criminal Justice System ');:,-T:,,"__, ':.., /,.,.:

By Marcia Goodge schedule. I would arrange for his tour, made through the school system for back Into (the juvenile justice system. "In ordei for this;program to work,
BCT SUn Writer of the jail for which he bal to be aocompanled this program not through the courts. "When a child comes Into the pro- the community must let.Involved.,
When a youth 12 to 17 commits an I by a parent or myself. 1 She also works with status offender gram, he must sign a waiver of rights There Is no way we can do the Job if
offense like retail theft, obscene would also take him to the victim 10 runaways' and ungovernable truancies. which says that he will cooperate with the community la not Involved ,with:
phone calls or the reckless display of he could apologize. In person,," 'aile .ASP also has a crisis interven- the program. U he does not finish the the youth," says Ms. LIndley.
firearms he may not have to go says. tlon counseling\ program for short- program successfully, then the attorney JASP has great deal of support In'County
through the Juvenile Justice system. Ms. Lindley la also working withBHS term counseling.; Kids with deep. has 90 days after the date of Judge George Pierce. Judge.Pierce .
Now;the Juvenile Alternative Ser- principal,Jim Duncan'with two sated problems are referred. to pro- .exit of the program to file charges Is behind JASP 100 percent He
vices Project (JASP) of tots another ,. v v possible groups one for teenage fessionals. and take him to court. The case Is has been a real help.,* says Ms.
way to deal with these youths. pregnancies and one' for drug and If a youth fails to complete the program then In the hands of the judge" says Llndley but JASP needs community.
JASP Is a statewide project under alcohol problems; (;Ret!'!!'!..., arepe successfully,he Is channeled Ms. LlnUlev. support:
the direction of the University of West
Florida and subcontracted to the v., 'n .
Department of Health and 1
Rehabilitative ) / SHOP THE
project: began In
1980 and is funded by the State of

! Florida."The project was here before Judge 1d W4 STORE WITH

(George) Pierce became Involved '
with it, but It wasn't going anywhere. /
I He's been a support in getting It L\.4 SENTRY: THIS SENTRY
; roiling" says Ms. Vicky LIndley.j .
counselor for Bradford
JASP and Putnam

j i Currently Counties.Ms. Llndley II' Vicky Lindley ON THE

i I ''with' about a dozen youths In Bradford IMP Counselor ,
: County.She spends each, Monday and '
>Wednesday here. Johns Ave.,Palatka,Fl. 32077, or call
i, (!104) 32IHI088. DOOR.;: :
i JASP deal with first-time offenders "The community also needs to be i m m ,
misdemeanor offenders oc aware that as a victim of a crime like '
j castonally first-time felony offenders these they have the right to request
and sometimes even a repeat offender HRS to refer the youth to JASP"says '
If the last offense was com- Ms. Lindley. This might be a w2ea SAVE $2.41
mitted some tIme ago. desirable alternative for people who SAVE $7.41 !
e Juveniles are referred to JASP by would rather simply be reimbursed / .
HRS the State's Attorney's Office or for the crime than see the youth *M 1171
directly from the court. punished through the courts. I' uw aw m
"The project's success rate was Counseling, the third sanction Is Lufkin'UltralokHi. ,
.about 99 percent for 1083," says Ms. available for youths on an individualbasis 1 M
Llndley. "most of the kids who with Ms. Lindley. but the project .
,entered the. program exited it sue-, needs volunteers for Its one-to- .,x 25-FI. Tape .
cessfully. one counseling: a big-brother big -
There are several methods, called sister type program. "We match kids I'' 1 \
sanctions by which juveniles can pay with a big-brother or big-sister to sup
the penalty for their offenses under ply an adult role model and they 9
the JASP program. spend some time together each week. I 88.P
Under the first sanction community This program isn't available in Brad- Tan .Grain
work Iel'VICez a youth works a cer- ford right now,but it will be as soon as Cowhide Work Gloves
tain number of hours at a communitywork we Ret volunteers." says Ms.Lindley."In \
site, or sometimes even for the other counties, this progranr
victim.These work sites Include non- 'has been very successful.Many times '- as 788Adjustable
profit organizations state and local the JASP volunteer and the child con
government operations or any kind of tinue the relationship after the case Ad Good thru i
community based organization.Work has been closed" she says bell and tap fasten
sites like these have includedthe Anyone Interested in becoming a Feb. 24th. 1983 Specially tanned for pliability
Bradford County Library Starke one-to-one counselor should contact Y125 '
Nursing Home! City of Starke, Ms. LIndley. a
Department of Forestry and the National Crisis intervention counseling .Is 16.29 VALUE Y s
Guard Armory. also available and youths can also be ,
in this program are referred to community programs unnO
not adjudicated delinquent; that is,, such as the Bradford-Union Guidance 1" wide x'25' long tape.
they do not have a criminal record. Clinic and any local alcohol or drug SAVE power iii,
Sgt. John Wayne Hersey of the programs. Group counseling is also O Blade stands straight and true at longer distances. o
Florida National Guard with an officeIn being developed by JASP In Bradford. $6.461! O Patented bumper cushions blade return
the Armory,says"We have had no. County. O Highly polished chrome case.
problem. We got good,results. They Community arbitration is the fourth -
seemed receptive to go ahead and do sanction. This program allows the I i
the work and as a whole they required victim to' confront the juvenile In an liiiii'i.IlJ; : : t : : Ii
little supervision." Informal setting chaired t>j a trained
representative 'from. JASP arbitrator. This allows the victim a ll
"would bring them down we would say in the consequences the Juvenile Propane --: ,

-,conduct! an Interview and work out a receives and gets the community In- v: .. ,qtl rl {" ; ., Ylira ("m'1 ";
schedule balled on the number.o3lvorlr'was" volved. Hopefully, the situation IsiaaabradcitwKtfcm Torch: Kit, : : ;;2 ta'a.II f.( ;' kThecprIg111iti; ; "'ea tram ;rut:' -2{; 1: t 1X 6. : l.J! t I
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v.ybad.1lr'ff\ j arbitrator. U.'noto" 'I"o"j'f';: "" "" .\ ,fli>1..7I' '" -11": '" I V";;'" ; 'f
maintenance: I Other action is taken. : "
: or janitorial
and being a state agency;it helped us. "The arbitrator gets together In a 16.45 VALUE, 10-In., Adjustable 'Wrench Duct Tape
keep from having to hire someone to hearing with the victim and the defen- .
do It." he says. dant and decides if an offense has !99.f
Merril Dees Starke utilities director been committed he does not declare 8 MI.-lot ,14.69' 788 umw. 399

says "We lead a lot of success and guilt. He Imposes sanctions and "', VALUE
got a lot of work done.We found them oversees that the sanctions are car- .
their and abili ried out" Ms. Lindley. A train- *-* e A multipurpose waterproof duct
,work according to age says j Mude of fine alloy steel for extra wear
arbitrators.Is being e Clog-proof gaf and propane. fop ..Hundreds of uses
ty.They came In worked made their ing session for Open handle design permits easier knurladjustment
time up and left.1' planned for the end. of February for cylinder. e e Excellent for insulation application,

Under the second sanction restitution anyone interested.becoming an ar- Up t to 16 s hours, .bumin. 'time.STERLING ..' .. Polished heod..with heavy chromium plating butt sealing
,a way Is provided for the victim bitrator.
.to recover money lost in a crime.-:Theg Other sanctions,Include letters of "
youth works somewhere and is paid apology personal apologies, a tour of .. .
''and then pays back the victim for his the jail essays, adult court or, any SAVE $1.83! .
',j.losses. The youth Is responsible only other sanction imposed by the court. ., STERLING J .d
('to the victim in this case not to an An example of how this project ,
Agency,, such aa an Insurance com works would be the fictional Johnny."If I p ,
.* .' Johnny gets into a schoolyard
piny. ."of<<> -these paid worksites ire, fight and is charged with battery a 4-ln. Twin Handle I INe
Deeded.. The businesses are not re- Judge might sentence him to complete ,
[quIrod' keep the youth on the. 20 hours of community work service
been to the victim anda Lavatory Faucet
(payroll after restitution has personal apology \
hnade,to the victim. If anyone Is Interested tour of the jail/ says Ms. LlndJel."I .
J in participating lit this pro- would set him up in a worksite 3D
(p'a mv,contact Vicky Llndley, 613 St! near his, home and set up a workI'

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I' :i;; Change of Pleas .... ,I", X.3-72 Padlock

" 3.00-3.29 VALUECompression 19p VALUE 366
In Bradford County '.Circuit, Court '

halne is with robbery'of a type faucet ::1'': 4' 888 Fotur. precision pin tumblvrtend '
;;;; Appearing before Bradford charged cat* hardened tl..tr
'j CIrcuit Judge John J Crews for plea convenience store while the' TV e ',Female (pipe ,thread" ho** tmttl 13.59 VALUE. hackl.. fo maximum security.
and docket day February t,were the camera was running. on spout,. ;,; 2 hy.Included.
Janice Buckmaster; changed her .
''following cases: 'ii
Alton Skinner pled guilty to bribery plea to guilty of grand theft. PSI was 0 Handsome' chrome plated housing

.'and lion a was(PSD ordered., pre-sentence Investlga- ordered Dean:Moss, charged. with grand t ,1/2" shanks' .. :wa"hele.fI4' center, set

Steven Allen Miller of charged with ordered.theft, changed his plea to guilty. PSI SAVE' 35$1 !r Coupling nuts & water: saver flow restricters FLU1DMASTER
,reckless display a weapon changed -
Us plea to guilty. Miller was placed -. Heinx Mann charged with siding .. # j! r Shuts John up I
on probation for one year. In an escape changed his plea to guilty ; ,
Kenneth Harrison\ charged with PSI ordered.Velma I and for all
\ possession of marijuana.Changed bill McCutchen cMrged'with 'Twin Handle 8In.once ,
plea to guilty. PSI ordered. 'welfare fraud changed' her plea to ,' ,
Betsy' Jackson charged with guilty PSI ordered. ',
welfare fraud, pleads, guilty!., PSI" Barry Baldwin FSP Inmate,charged Kitchen F.eel. '
ordered. with aggravated assault plead t*
"Anthoft1"'Romero 'Sapp failed to guilty. Baldwin was sentenced to an .
"show a warrant for his arrest was additional two years. ..
Issued' bond set at $10,000.,. Sapp Is Douglas ElwOod Wilkins, ebaraedwitb
i charged with battery of a law enforcement :- robbery ,changed.! |ails, plea to, DAP 083-22
officer. .. guilty. PSI ordered. ? Kwlk-Scaf '18.85' VALUE Fluldmastor
Wilton, Butler. ST.,:'charged I with Kevin Williams, charged: with battery -, ,,. ; 'Tubape-Cau*{I {'it'' 40O-AFLCvalv' *.
officer ;
law enforcement 7 7r
possession of a firearm by a convicted of a 0., (! 1*. "
felon, changed his plea to guilty. PSI changed: his plea to guilty.\ .Williams o
sentenced to nine months with I 39T. VALUBC88
ordered. was 1'288'
Timothy Klrchaine, charged with t ., ..". '
mand theft changed his plea to noband 10' .".VAIUI. -j; ,
!fizz I, his case will be Btaced on.,'; .See, Court..* Fagg "Jr R I : Ellmlnat.aord-fashlonedffoat I

*ay "}February, 'trial '.calendar. KlSeryiceiiien rw' ., : trteaiibt. p.irMiEle s pwpow eiultt Water 'saver fkw!jreetrlctara, ,_ __ ., balls and rod assemblies at '

,.,. "r'"".'''''''''.'''.......'......".....,..:',...1.............-,.,;...i., .,.."-....h.: .., ..Provld.elorapl Co .. center set ,
Ullery and his wife, Denise, l iii the .. ,' -
'8t4 MJel *ICraptorA daughter r of Cecil. Harrtee,of Lawtey. '
Decorated <*veroent \
," and"Crepes James L.,Carey, ,
oI'1.y.* has been ;Promoted to PFC, .
decuralpd With the Anry.Achieve- James L. Carey son of Elmer\ and us 301 $. Start' 'KeyStene Heftltti f fa
at Fort Stewart,Ga. Revs, J. Carey of'Vonore Tenn.i. "m", r if'tak.'tttlltrr! r .
'm t&T58sl to awarded to soldiers, whose wife Paula to the daughter of ". J.I jaw arM.n vs stumors ,.ieiSRZ1: &' 100
achievement or meritorious ser Mr. and Mrs. Paul McKee of Starke "
for has been promoted In the U.S. Army 49H11t' ouaNeues LLlisd \4'l3-
01 uraae. ,
vies aid iota 73'l '
gr ta of Bradford, ,to the rank,of private first class. l
..... : Carey Isis motor vehicle( operator at /
1,w lthe a Ai 6aUala6t: tletd Dugway Proving Ground Utah., ; -: ,>fI"1\1"\ "" .' _." 'J




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Obituaries .. '" .. .' .. .. ,.. .,
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1 Alice Hazel Bradley Sue Lappln and Mrs. Ploys Caldwell. Charles N. Christy Eva Conner Cole Card 'ITha ks . \ "
Mrs: Alice Hazel all of Suwannee, Tenn.; four brothers. Charles N. Christy, 82, ct SUrke Mrs. Eva Conner Cole 77, of Starke 'J '
friends and ,Vrelatives
morning Jim Green and Pete Green both of Bradford We wish to thank all our ,i
Lawtey, died Wednesday died Friday. Feb. 4 .In died Tuesday morning, Feb. 8, in the
Feb. 9: in Alachua General Hospital 1 Suwannee, Tenn., Jack Green of Hospital following long illness.<< North Florida Regional Hospital for the gifts extended of food, flowers to In" ,. '
following an extended Illness. Georgia and Richard Green of Milton Born in Tarentuno Pa., Mr Christy following a brief Illness. cards and sympathy us
Born and raised In Bradford Coun Fla.; four grandchildren also survive. had lived In the Starke area forever BOrn In Bradford County Mrs Cole the death of our. mother.and grandmother !
the widow of the late J.B. Funeral services were held at 11 IS years and was a retired sales was a housewife and the widow of the Manila Parrish.Ethel : "
Bradley and daughter of the late a.m. Monday morning, Feb. 7, at the manager with the Ingredient late Doris Cole,Sr. who passed away and Clemons Children
Willis and Laura Griffls, former Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral Technology Corp ratlon.'He"waB 'a last month. She wad a member of the _
'pioneer residents of Bradford County Home with Rev. George Watson of- veteran of World War II and was a Church of Christ.
and was a member of the Baptist ficiating. Burial was In Lawtey member of the First Presbyterian Survivors include three daughters, .
.faith. r'!'m.>t-ry with Archie Tanner Church of Starke. Mrs. Mildred Renfroe of Davenport
Mrs. Bradley is survived by one Funeral Home in, charge of arson Survivors Include his wife; Mrs. Fla., Mrs. Dorothy Sherrill of Starke
John C. Bradley of Lawtey; two rangements. Leola Fogg Roberta Christy; one and Mrs. Joyce Morris of Lake City;;
brothers, Lloyd G.. Griffls of Lawtey stepson, Perman Roberts of two sons John.Cole of San Jose, Ca. REALTOfl
r" and W. H. Griffls of Seale Ala.; two Card of Thankssisters Gainesville; and one sister Mrs.. and DorIs Cole, Jr: of'i Starke;. four
Mrs. Madeline Prevatt and Ruby Elliott of Tarentum Pa. sisters, Mrs. Virgie Crawford of High JANES. USHER
Mrs. Odessa Griffin both of Lawtey. We Leola Christy and family wish Funeral services were held at 11 Springs Mrs. Minnie Johns of Hamp
Funeral services will be held Frito thank everyone for every act of a.m.. Monday, Feb. 7, In the First. ton Mrs. Cassie Wynn of Jacksonville
In the Church with Rev. CliffH. and Mrs. Iris McRae of Starke 14 'Your Onion County Realtor
day at to.m. in the Chapel at Archie kindness during Christy's stay Presbyterian ;
Tanner Funeral Home III Starke with hospital and passing on to eternal McLeod, pastor, and Rev. Ben P. grandchildren"'and 13 great grandchildren ,49&-2126 or 496-2903
Rev. James Starling officiating. glory. For the food memorials, Bryant officiating. Burial, was -In MO W.Main$1., take Butler
Burial will be In Lawtey Cemetery' flowers, visits, cards,and everything; Crosby Lake Cemetery under .the Funeral services will be held Thurs- Day or Night
under the direction of Archie Tanner we say.thank you. direction of Jones Funeral Home of. day at 1 p.m. in the Church of Christin
Funeral. Home of Starke. A special thanks to the pastor fitarke. Lake Butler with Bro. Perryman
elders and the entire church group In lieu ,of flowers, contributions Dennison and Bro. Greg Smith of- LAKE BUTLER...
John Henry Green for your never ending kindnesses may be made to the building fund of ficiating. Burial will follow In Mid- '." 125 Acm, Front Now liver 'In Union. County.
John' Henry'Green $1, of Starke, especially the Stump sisters for. their' the First Presbyterian Church, or"' to Way Cemetery under the direction of App.... 20 Aero an '..221 with 4 I...Wall.
died Saturday, Feb. 5, at the vigil watch and care. the charity of your choice Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler 4. .4 SR, 2 SA Cant. H/A on I A*.
Veteran's Administration Hospital In 1% 10 Acre Homeslte. Owner Financed.
Gainesville following a brief iUness. Eunice A. KennamBorn 19 Aero wooded. Owner Financed.
and raised in Suwannee, Mrs. Eunice A. Kennam 98, of WORTHINGtON SPRINGS..

Tenn., Mr.Green was a veteran of the Fayette Mo. died Friday Feb. 4, In ;" ,} More... Court from II 1% 1 Acres Owner finance. No dawn ,.....
U.S. Marine services of 13 years was the Colonial Manor Nursing Home 'P f "cd'' iK; ,, .' ,, ::;:,.. ... page 10.' Aero Wooded fenced _..'_ad. .Idealhometlte.
of the Baptist faith and was employed Glasgow, Mo. following a long illness. the Department of J . Fin ."011.
by the Tatum Sawmill In Lawtey. Born in Nebraska Mrs. Kennam Corrections. ordered. : 2 .d..... Mobile Homo with one acre Furn.. and
Survivors include his wife ,Mrs. was a former resident of the Keystone .",.' Lawrence Severson FSP inmate, .Edward Cummlngs, charged with financed mall down payment and ...u.... _....
< : charged with escape changed his grand theft-auto, was unable to plead
Marie Green of Starke; two Heights area. LACROSSE...
daughters Mrs. Diane Vandier of She is survived by. one son-in-law In -> plea to guilty and was sentenced to guilty and his case was set for trial in $ .dr.... CS nouie with one acre. SK-121. Owner will
Starke and Paula Green of Maryland; Fayette Mo. one. year with DOC. February. fI........ -
one son, David Green of Virginia Burial[ was in Keystone Heights David Marlon' Morrison charged'with Terry Bell, charged with grand STARKE....
Beach Va.; his mother, Mrs. Gladys Cemetery under the direction of battery changed his plea to gull theft, changed his plea to guilty.. PSI lovely 9 IkIr.... homo In attractive ...'..hltorhood.Prott .
Green of Suwannee, Tenn.; three Jones Funeral Home of Keystone ty. PSI ordered. ordered. 'toNlc.
sisters, Mrs. Frances McBee Mrs. Heights. Leon Cooper, charged with Lollie King, charged with forgery of largo tot In attractive.Hampton Oak off US Ml
unemployment compension fraud, 'a government check 'changed her South.
changed his plea to guilty. PSI plea to guilty. PSI ordered.

. Keystone Heights Ads e__._ a.lae_ _._e_ae_" _._ _._ __. -_ _-


off SR 21. Frl., Sat.. Feb. lake In Hlllcrett. $800 BAR STOOUi and bar. Mint tawrence Blvd. Next door LEGION HALL.Sr.21. Saturdays should be tub.-nltted to the .
1112. Furniture, row RISING Wallr....*. down. $146.44 per month. condition $90. Phone to Andrews Drugt. Also 1 p.m. and Sunday Lake Region Monitor office Don't Forget row Valentin'
refrigerator ttovo H/W Cook and Dlihwathar Phone 473-4058 or 4732508.; 2/10 llpd ._.rol largo office for' 2-S p.m. Public |(nvlt.d 2/3 In writing and paid In 6d- Monday.f.... 14vonc.
hooter tool, window, Melroae restaurant open 473-4367 after 6 p.m. 2/3 HOUSE FOIl SALE. you teardown rent In1 rear of building tfnchg. .' unless credit I I. Famoua Ha"marIeCard.
mltcel. 2/10 1tpdFOR Ing soon for breakfast and tfnchg you move. Call facing Flamingo. Call ALCOHOLICS already ettobllthed. with SayrtAll
lunch. Call 4751366. Don BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA 473-43742/10 Itchg 473.3411 2/3 Mnchg ANONYMOUS Cloted this office. THE OFFICE SHOP
SIDEIB.- ---- 2/10 itchgENOINEERING acc... lot from $5,500 COMMERCIAL drum typebutterbean COMPLETELY FURNISHED I meeting Monday 8 p.m. MONITOR STAFF CAN. : 110 W.Call St.
SALE ASSISTANT $500 down,' $71.74 per sheller. $400. Call and 473-3102 pea haul on Spring Lake, 2BR Open meeting Friday 8 NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE '.4874If
The Board el County CommlHloner month. Discount on entire A/C, 1225/mo.$200 p.m. Alanon Monday 8 FOR MISTAKES IN

FIREWOOD *.Clay County, I I. 10.acraa One waterfrontlot. 2/10 Itchg deposit.Call 264-S3S4 after p.m. All meeting at CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS ................ ...........................w.................. .......--
hiring an engineering Call 473-4375. 2/3 6. 2/3 tfnchg Educational Building Community TAKEN OVER THE
lack Jack Oak :
aulitant with field drafting tfnchg LOST/FOUND LAKI GENEVA COTTAGE 1 Church 473.2790 or TELEPHONE.Claitlfied.. .
471-4732 after 5 P.M.I. the
and FOOT contract .. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on IR. furnished. $IB5Mo.a" 479.2130. 2/3 tfnchg deadline I I. shoe
p.rl_.. SI.500. comer of Lawrence Blvd. POUND one pair men' : OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo Tuesday ,noon prior, to. .
I. Applicant should submit and Flamingo near SR-100 proscription gla.... and OFFICE ....ACI.downlown"e' due, fee or weigh int. Thursday publication. II
CARPORT SALE reume*Engineering,,Office and SR-21 Intersection one cap at no. Water to State Farm Open meeting Tueay', Minimum charge It IS -
uted P.O. Sos 1345 Green ..-..poro.. office complexes Company pump across Keystone Center 7:30 p.m Community words for $2.79, then: 10 doesn't fit ii
'Nearly' new and Cova Spgt.. PI.. 12O43.Reiume't : corner lot with entrance .from high school. Call $160/Mo; Keystone, Church Educational cent for each word
Item Furniture, clothe accepted on 3-lde of Monitor 473-2210. 2/10.tfn Height' Realty Inc., Building Keystone thereafter.
houtohold Itomt. through ... JS. 249-eMI building. Owner financed REALTOR 4714961.: 2/3 Height, '4732790. 2/3
Near Crystal Lake Alt. 18 2/10 with low Interest rote. Call NOW RENTING 2 and 3 tfnchg Classified;< Ads
near Power Line. ItchgWANTED 473-4920 or 473-3411 2/3 PERSONALSERVICES bedroom mobilahoma, BINGO Lions Club across Get .sell it
473-2341 tfnchg $13J/mo. and up. Call from high tchool Tueiays, Results ,.
Thun., Fri a Sat.: SEARS Wather/Dryer$200. 473-2879 or 4751078. lake Early Bird 7 p.m.; Regular -- -- -
CARPET AND VINYU Installation Electric cement mixer Geneva Mobllehome Park. 7:30.: p.m. Public 'Invited. I !
and rapolrt. almost new $300. Utility CARPENTRY AND MASONRY 2/3 tfnchg, l i'At 2/3 tfnchg. Richard's Roofing ._

........., ,,,Fr.e;estimate*. !th, yean trailer 6 ft..by Sft,. 150. WORK k'Building, patios .. T.. AA- .. "vla9sfted"AdsetiRE3u7& (; .... "'. |aeraoflng *,Repair!., ,. Li .. n","M. .
.. TWO 8 ft. >roots bin for addition, romoj.lloa! ,,. ..., !
A' ,tt 111' ..iop.rl.nce..Calf4774217ask ) "". '.4oII".u 'h' ".y'i IvMebHewirMfleie vRftof' ,, I..v.'II-.b... [ Call'9G4-VJOe
"truck, StJOr There nomefanirSlle w.>. free,,10 ., ',. .. .
saie'imcj" for Craig.. 2/10-3/1 .r |*epalr*
A OCCASIONAL 4tpd. BABYSITTERlwantedKayttona PEA 475-249 TREES 2/3-10 FLORAHOME 2tod during estimate day.Phone 2/3 tfnchg 4/3-4473 [ Steve> ; Broadway ELECTROLUX" tF .e>Cttmate47S24M*- ." '-| :'for. an-ad'itigtfyofir1! : Sizes
eis .N.N..w i o < 4 i to > MiMi ii NN c
sane weight WORK
area for A high quality fruit for CARPENTER \ TR E SERVICE __ _--3.
loss plan. one small boy, age 3. Call Florida. $...15 each or 15 or Remodeling work kitchen i' Now In 1
Sandy 473-4412 2/10.17. more for$3 each. Shipping cabinets and trim carpen ,* Removal ,. Keystone Heights
New TheShaklee 2tchg UPS Rainbow StarNursery Call try. 473-2477 Reasonable after price 5.3Op.m. Starke Melrose, Starke Ads _- "- -- -- -
2324 S.W. Terrace I .
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: Interlachen and, .
Slim Plan 2/3 tfnchg
Gainesville Fl..
day per week In Keytfon .
Safe. Proven to .oreo. Reference required. 32607 Phone 1 '* Free:Estimate'surrounding areas. BUSINESS HOMES WANTED TO BUY

work for people Transportation. Coll furnished between Ifnecetcary. 2tchg 904-378-4681. 2/10.17 1 473-4732 j Tour 1*m.11 Vw Patel t place OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE Raccoon.- Otter. 'I I

r like you. Clinically 7-830: a.m. 473-2877 Huntley : : t* let why w.'" ban... 'bobcat'Sto

tested, nutritious 2/10.172tchg Redfearn's i After 5 P.M. 1 BUSINESS FOR SALESuc- .LAKI MONTAOli Excellent ww 944.5111.s Fur' Pe.t".....t \,
and innovative. }I CallBarbara c.liful clothing tore with
I < SERVICES flihlno. Starke.. PleoM, no
i :Keystone Heights: Flanders minimum Invottmont.Ideal collect .call. '964-6290 .r

I If Used Mobile Homes L.:.Licensed! ..A)Insured! ....! 473-7737: : Will train.for' man Reply and toe P.wife O. 2/03 tin Concrete PIONEER
For Details 2 & 3 BedroomsOne r 4734340or Drawer A, Starke, Florida ELECTRIC
Call 33091, block 3 BR. I aA..E"c.lI.nl. CO

II.n 473-2S21 473-4652 T PorcAppliance OWN YOUR OWN .leant- neighborhood'rono'block' Trailer' Pole Spec: 1
full warranty school route.. Pleoie' no
year Sportiwoar Infant- .200AMP.S250
Completely Recondition Repair Protean or ladle Apparel collect call. 64-62SO..' ,(delivered, AnktBrodfep ".. ,
Store Offering all .nationally 2/03 fin'SY 7' / 1 q".
I Of, ;; John D. Brown Repairs. 01 Major' All Work Guaranteed : known brand OWNMi BR, 1 BA block -
Electric ApplancBBSoTvbie : such a* Jordache, Chic home with control"'hadtl- J Y
Home All Brandt,Including Microwaves Leo, Levi): Vandfrbllt and air. Celt64-437,1C) ) ; '
I Ot? tMSNMN.tndr.ndsn$ Center, nc. Bradford 8 Serving Lok.Region Calvin Klein Wrangler weekdays 4-S:'2i(03 2lch...
0i0Ir_Pave il.......nd CtayCountteiLmmwc i I ''I\\' ((904)) 614-6174 : over 300 other brand: 2/10 .4u J :.:.., MICOUNT1Y a wean iat

I wntcmww m_. .Cnpontmt SR-21 4T3-3T7S Keystone Hgta.I BM, KtyittM ,. S7.900 $16,900 Include SETTING 4 BR. do hosoaal9 Ing. 1 1wasr.2wIndmgs
beginning Inventory, airfare 1.25 Acre Pecan, carport /
to any
I for one to Fashion workshop gardenarea.
Center .training fixture,' Quiet. '.'.500. other |lobo you would

''L L Union County Ads -_ -_e .. e_.._ ____"'_ _._ sa grand*. Call opening Mi1 'promotion / at 964.5610.tpdr\ ,; / O "rather-, not$4.0 do.perhrJ

.e.a4 M' ((612) 888-6553.: ltpd210BRADFORD + ;. :otd a1))for bl<
,,3200 Sq. Ft Call, ..KarenMom, *,

ESTATE SERVICES : leave msesoge.
DOUFAST CABINET LOST Block and white AND ADDING LIME ROCK 1.000.|. ft. office or retail' So tlsfact In
i r STAPLER Bought a* MACHINES FOR .r_. Loading dock. 100 ft. Guaranteed. '
\ female German Shep- LOOKING FOR a tpetlal CLOSE OUt ON All PAY CASH For SALES.782.3172Drolnfieid
demomtrator used very pherd. lost on CR 238. Just piece of property' If I RENT Union County Tlmo*. FABRICS, In ttock.: $3 a used mobile home. \your Rock off- US-MI North. First, 3 rtour*. l"rfo v for
Retail Ray
little. for '
$350, asking
had pupple Phone don't hove It,I'll find It-Jutt 85 SW 2nd Aye., lake yard. Phon. 496-2219. or Powell 4963377. TFN 1/27. ..Id,. Sand 'Fill SandeTop Call9645294ForLoaso free
Call Lak. Butler
4962434. Itchg" 2/10. oik....JANE S. USHER. Butler. '.....496-2261 for 96.31..3' :; Soil'Scrap BarkLtmerock ,
Apartment 496-3141 and '
more Information. TFN TFN 10/2r' .
REALTOR 496-2126 or ,
I leave. name. and telephonenumber. 4962903. eve*.. '"Your 10/1., L .... Coastal'Bermuda
2tchg 2/10 2/17.
I e INSURANCEMAINES Union County Realtor tin STORAGf SPACE FOR liNT.Approxlmat.ly Ad: Hay
21 INCH ZENITH Color con- WO When You Place A Want '
tale television In walnut INSURANCE AGENCY 3/26. for additional'squarefeet Infor \J Remember This little Verse WaHDrilMnq' 2,000 On US-301 Sq. Ft. Building South Goad l ,'(justify. large

cabinet$519.95.originally Balance told for 160 S. lake Av.. Lake motion coil 496-1261. TFN. E l":i 'THE MORE YOU TEU Call 9646020,. bale- $17S per bale.
$422.60 or take up Butler. 496-3978. Complete Classified( Ads 3 IIIDIIOOM.ISATH.Hoot and Air, furnishad Control T THE MORE YOU SELL( . Ml.....5222
Insurance Servke. TFN ,
Get Results ; L ..
payment of $3822 per nice location.. Phone 'A Dial 964-6309 2";'thru'grr
month. Call 496-3182 for. 496-3018. Ircha 2/10. oEaels -- - -

free trial. 3tchg 210.Classified ... .... ._... .. ..... ... ... .. Fast Rotary ,
-- ---- Help Wanted
Drilling Equip

Get Results Ads Convenience Bulnss Opportunity Store With Gas Now Accepting: Applications State. .LicensedPstmpi. .... The* Board,ENGINEERING;Jof County ASSISTANT Commlsslonars,

Far Lease Clay County hiring an onglnaarlng assistant

Call Janice .. .for ', wlttt Hold; drafting and FDOT contract

496-2281 ....... ee-slat doele, wfth sfrewg asur/cetlwg "' 11.. I, Ay New; & Used f; .p.rl.nc. Salary )4.SOO.. Applicants

Store currently company.p.rt.d. s iesePartsoServ1cEEZTerms should submit a rosurm to Engineering Of-
Independent .Capital required far grocery fcmeelery.No One &<< Two Bedroom Apartments I 'fie*, P"'O.:Bo..:1365,_Gr.en Cow* Springs

Dozier SeIe.I good will or franchise fee. High volume .lecelltnavelleble . . ." . .:. .,' Florida 32043.LR.evmesaccpted .throughFebruary
i'y the (eb-By the "hour. .In Lake Suffer end lto..... if: : r '" 2*. 1963. -
Ne"|lob tee"Mg or tee wnell.enenaUe Call Collects Fred roll Plumbing r .
High Quality Work at Area Code'13-S70-3030 LAKE BUTLER ,APARTMENTS . . . . "tcho,2/10
I. Prices. New Installation
A 497-108 1005 S.W.! 6tiV St., Lake.Butler, florida .
'}Ji, ,1 j i .: : .'. . .RepairsJOmtrrancc. ''',' HELP WANTED .
._ e -"" e. t :
S For Solo _a..ode r..r W' : ;'ClorkTyptstU I

i 3IH!Concrete Block -........ we aasn re rear .d.rCto :?; ,,, : APARTMBJJS fEATURE# ; """ (Stark Clinic),
trimmed' In brick. Located: ::riW.MM .. -...--",-...--- :..-= .' 1Ftti' 't'ol".i''W ,to.wol_carpki :Bwireriej' .'RBMgergtorP t 'PUMPSUPPLY.:.& Ability to M Iawr nee Pallung..good argORvtMH. .
at 720' Nl 3rd. *, -- siills. Must be able ..
St. near type ......._ a f, .orvect
Lake. ; ;+ i- ;s., 5t4iv8" .*On-WfM, Laundry_ facilities! word' ,.per. ...._. Typing leaf will be edmMsNroSalery /.
I 2 inU'XM'I, f; ., X COMPANY |....9.MM -
I .12'.12'. living room, North Florida i '''i'J 1 . I ArTLV IMMiMATILV TOflreaf '
: .
13'xJO'r dining loom., Farmer Livestock Market, Inc.' ., Equal Hwilflfl Opportunity, IIM'N. ; ore-UnlM; Ovl.eno*'Cl7;,K; '
ITxITrkitchen, I7n17)eUn. pea. a. *Ht...u(.... to .t Uko ay. ;Temple Ave., 121. W.JHedteen. St.. >.Q. ...3f
I7X2O with fireplace. om..I! .q s ssrs:.....O'.R )RenUI Assistance_ Mllehle for those who qualify Sttarlke .Ftlt Star Florida "

W/W carpet jn hardwood --..u.e..u. ,-, -M asdMemn. .. s .,.'. . ..."..1 .. .). 1104)9845302CONTACT .
ll.If Puy/Satan
floor of land.Oeorgelangley anus nk>
t.7. acre
I .. W. _. .ewer s..a.rre. "'- ". ,. 4M-3141- _. PMSONt Del WnHvkead/
= ..n ,...- I-w .. .' 964-706* An Equal Oppertunhy/Affiniierlve ActIoo4I-lItwIoYor.

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YAROSALE "- ......i ---- '- --" _. .... '

and other .
6' 4.iSt ,T-1.76; PIANO for your! child only NOME PARK Mobil TOYOTA .
IW8 WTop.per9
ml.cellaneou. '
:;:Ii Washington, S,. S-S 383, W, .'8'-S.40:9-.6.03j ir-r.62 106.99: ; $23.SO/mo.! plus small homo and specs far rant.' ; *pd>, radio heater, BUI'S SAW SHOP Complete BRADFORD SEPTIC SERVICE
; 12'-S.24.
;." Itpd 2/10 p.m. ; .*.Jockionvlll W.manufactu. *. moving churn..All rent Recreational vehicle C8 radio, sliding rear w..... sharpening service' circular Retldentlal pump-out, *
TOURS.. FRIt '9-3 Ram or Cll toll free and moving*pplle* to pure welcome Phone 468-2912.. dow whit poko tires, ', hand carblda, $9S wo alia re-lay drain
:! Shin. Freeier, :arcad* 18003422702. 8/26 tfn cha... Porramor Mu.lc.' /16 tfnMOIILIHOMES .Kceltont condition low chain: Mower blade hollow lines 964-8121. 11/18 Hn. REALTY
::r gam with two cartridge, ONI ACIII LOT St. Rd. 16 W. Ook moll, ,Calneivlll FOR RENTl highway mil..., $3400. Call ground and balanced WANT TO....NK? J
chest of drawer, blu*rock' Michael Gllhooty vubdrvlIon. 37S-3t26.il/11 tfn On......1. from Starke city (Callahan) 87I49 leave at Jockton BuildingSupply THAT YOUR RUMMSSS -
',0; Ing chair, cloth, *, toy, Foe* hard road STUDIO APARTMSNTi $210. limit' Clean. Hwy. 16 W. onytlmo. 12/09 tfn In Stork., Kytono WANT TO STOP '
.':;::$i dl.h*. .....'more 436 N. Well septic tank. Slllne first, lost; month rant plus Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. 177 OLDS CUTLASS Heights* or lake Sutler. mArs OURS U-T7T8
-Polk St.. Stark.9646279.Itchg 7500. Will tok. term*. cleaning dapo.lt. UtllltlMantra. KITCHSNIFHCIINCVRoom ,SUPREME Excellent 'condi TFNchg AI..IC.. A_,.....,. IlIIIUIIII1WILUUI PHONE ?
::r 2/10 964.5606., 10/07 tfn Call 964.7347 end. ,for rent at low tlon. Must **lll $2900, SSWINO MACHINIS 964-4180 964-S434 205 N. Tempts Stark
,:; WHAT NOTS Mm plant 1 ACRES located facing: Stole 1535-21$7.1113 Ifn weekly rate Call Temple, 461-1217.2/03 2tchg 2/10. RRPAIRRDi, All makes. 964-6894
i and mlK. About two mile Rd. 227. Srooker Rd. 48.SBAT RRSTAURAN1 S, Motel '...7351. 9/16 178 CADIILAC: Coup cleaned' oiled and ad- 11/25131pd
$14,500 with lrm. EOW/tfn OeVlllo.; '
:. around Gruff; loop
::w loft Mcond hand railroad how on FIREWOOD. FOR SALE Oakor Reasonable. 964-A784." rant. On Nwy416; W. Close ",142 RUKK: CONVIRTIRIR.Cloi ,guaronted. James and haul away your |junk? thing or* happening hi Rrdfrd eountyoConol4or
:'x aide. Follow pine. ..4'*, length 24" to 1/13 tine to ", loon. Call 468-1323. .k; Good condition. Strickland comer Morgan We will do It for a mall lea the*. Investments whit a built-in, security ..........
signs Friday, only Itd>g' '40', 1/2 cord WO. One-Two Rd and Hwy 16. TFNchg stuff haul
2/10 price ON HAU lAKSi: 10/07 tn.'NOUSEKEEPING. 'Call 44-70SS after 9. 2/10, or wo away. * *
:] MULTI f'AMlLY'YAID. lALSlSat. crap firewood oak. C' bedroom hau>*. t300 gndsleep- 2tcha2/17 CHAIN LINK PENCE Installed 9646279. Call anytime or Country pub litate ........ 3 $R. 1 RA. Oereee en I
." ., Fab. 12, pin.shine$10 truckload. Sun month, first and lair 'Ing room. TVand Air.Underwood 178 DHTA RSt Reliable< Free estlmotei.HandyMan coma by 436 N. Polk St. 1/3 A. S7S.QOO ....... mt..
9 ta 3. Acres. West 16 Call, '
:$!. Whore 1002 Sutler Rd.. 964.7699.. Wa load far month, 'Mourliy. depol- Motel', :3 miles traniportotlon. Nice, Interior. Fence Co., owner 1/27 tin .Fh>. 0.... 1.lIIn151...... Srick.& $ M. :1 B.Plr .
;: Stark*. Curtain, between *30 a.m. to :J;yon:31 473r2578. 1/20 tfn ,north of Stork' on, No dent*. $323. Call Tommy Reddish 964-8399. I Will BABYSIT In my homr ...,-. gereee.'Cypress .
:I bsd.pr.ad4. .material.k p.m. Mon-Frl. 12/16 tin ROOMSi Nile and neat. Air Highway 301. /16 tin altar S p.m. 964-o627.2/10 tfnpd 982tVPIWRITIR Friday night thru Sunday St. 4 II. 1 RA ........_. Two beautiful letlk *-
:" 'ceramic.. men woman COASTAL' MIRMUDA HAY. heat and TV. Sao and upper QUIET CLOSI.. CONVINIINTt 2tpd 2/17 REPAIR Call night. Stark and Keystone Ideel I family ha_.
and children ,clothing, Good quality largo bofe*. __. CalU64m.ok 4 SR. 1.2S acre*. 178 DATSUN 8-2IOl Two the Office Shop 110 W, Height area. Call Margie. Runer-Rrlck S pertly acr**, 3-cr cerpert SP
jewelry and lot of other .75 per bale. M.L. Connor for Foggy, 1I77.atpd Chain link bock yard. $33O door' .*...*... A/C. 30 Call St.. 51......, far detail. 473-4456. 2/10 2tpd 2/17 ....8PI. Owner PI_.
:}r Item*. Flea market buyer 9645222. 1/6 tfn 3/17 mo.. first, lot security 1 mpfl. 446-2297 after'4 p.m. .....57... tin MACRAME CORD tprlng .Little Luke Santa .*-___Iful kern with. gut <..-
_Ie_. Will .b. poatponod FARM IQUIPMINT Mower,. NICE MORHJ HOME Partially ....5610. Itpd 2/10 Itod. 2110 GLASS CUT TO ORORRi color, 5 cant and 6 cent ...... Me H sill

::v If raining.'1 tpd 2/ID air((9 conditioner MO equipment, 25; fumhdiod. .2 RR. A/C. ONI RCDROOM FURNISHED FOR SALE Door, window, ate. per yard. Free'Instruction ..MHVS RR 2 RA en M t dry pretty... Ml ........
IANtlDAY..I..2.9-2Co.. compreo .'150 ma.., first and last JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY The Knot House, Commercial .4.78 ., ubRR.
; ton) Electric motor. Vt hp. Aportment' for rant. 403 N. Acre en Wlb* Rd. 4 238. 11000. Cm be* -
nor of W"don ono Thomp.son. to 3 ho. 1 Fa**. Stool from plus light depo.it. Prefer Walnut St. Phone 964-S276. Honda Accord LX 964-6078. prder alto Circle Keystone tI...,......
;. .Behind Garden for chair, many extra, ''retired couple. In pines, Itpd 2/10 ., ; Metalle red pelts Sunroof taken In Lake BUtlar Height' 473-3359. 210LOSTFOUND .Connerty I.....*-..*. $ :I SA home en one i
Ractouront Four f.mlll.! .. 468-2266. 1/13 6tchg 2/17 garden pace picnic area. UNFURNISHID HOUSSi 2 A/C One owner. Excellent 496-8079 and Keystone deered ecre. Owner tramfwrod.fnergy .
sa ",'e.d cheap. Clothe*, ARGENTINA RAMA HAY' AI ,Young Vacuum, Bedrooms. I both. $123 condition. eSOO. Height 473.4973.2/26 tin Efficient-..enlllul. hem .verles&lee fM.
baby ,furniture. cell** Highly ....1II.ed. J. M. Edward per t4-78SS FAMILY HAIRDfSIONfRS
I 964-691..2103 2tchg 2/10 mo.. plus $75 security _n.. $ RR 2 IA. Owner h.......
table..tc., Mchg, 2/10 2/10 .. 964-5379.1/20 4tpd APARTMRNTSi, Furnished afllclency depo.lt. Call 7823208. Rven-4 ."" FOUND Stray Cow.Owner, .40 Acr-S.7.900 en traded reed ell ..- .
FRANKLIN FIREPLACE and ana bedroom.apartment. Itpd 2/10 .144 W. Cell St. Identify_ and pay for .Two Homee-611 614 Lake St.S3S.MO.Reduced .
LANDFOR model.,all cast .-. SI SO; .. All utilities Included I SR TIAILI.. Efficiency with HELP'' 947303Opoa damage and feed bill. Call Memo ft IS Acre 40000. Off Fnym Rd.,
j Slagler kerosene heater From SI 13 per moj. 1 "_'/olf'. Close to Stark. "WANTED 964.6013. Itpd 2/10 .47 Acre end charming. ,brick .......en.... 100 W.*..
SALE with floor *wep, Inquire 208 N. Cherry: StJ $60 per _k. ....1371. T.W.RF.. 9 M 8iMThur LOST One lemon/WhH Pecan fr***. toe I
Call 964-7648. 1/27 fin 2/03 2tchg 210'UNFURNISHED Itpd 210UNFUtNISHKD REAl ISTATISALISPIOI'LI.Scho1orohlp. *. 11 AMIII7PMSat. Mel Raaglo D... In .22 Acre N. of Rd. 221 (Hampton eree) ReauHfultre .
PIG LOT with lot.r f'iron; ? CHICKEN FIRflUZIRi 7V ml.i HOME Throe'; 4_ II. 2 IA. s available for 9 AM ill 3 PMAppointment. Th.,.... area. Call R.M. roeeVcan b* *.......JtIaoI.

[ tag*. ,3I4.ml.)- lout on i South of Stork on SR-100. bedrooms.. one ,bath. Screened. from porch, double unlicnd ,..,....*. ERA Hrey, 473.4433ltchg ."...........".21 .let.ee W1I_ Rd. "pHI.1." flmMclnf.Convenient .
Wa load. Phone 473-4906. 764.7047. 2/03 Stchg 2/10 Not Always Ftocemwy: 2/10 I .
Crawford Rd Priced at carport. CH/A In coun- Faulkner Realty 9645065.
f 6000. 1.000 down. Call RIO/ST 2/03 2tpd RED 2/10, RRAHAMARULl ONE RSDROOM APART try. $373 plus aocurt,,. 10/28 tfnNIIDIDi' .i/7 tin 301 N. ...........30 Ac. with CR SWg.7SO .

t; L G. Doll, Broker. Demp.; : 4 yr*. old. Argentina MINTSiSI25 pol"' month. ...-'385 evening.. 1tchg) Certified 1',.. Ads W. Medlvm St.-Sleel 1 bUg.Zened. for eHIc*.
.....1404. 2/03 2tchg 2/10 school Teacher and Classified 'pocloue ,...,.. ..
:.. **y Mat), 964-7M1 ,Itpd Rahla gross hay. largo. ,3/10, day
. 2/10 f. ..'l roll. 964-6411.,2/10 Stefig. 628 PINSWOOO DRIVE Two cor*..",attendant. Both Get Results .33 Ac.ft 20 Ac. *H.SR-215.AIM .heue :1 Ac. Owner
? 'I ACRES l/'PECAN TRESS' 2/24 bed_ home In reside.- MOBILE should call for appointment flnenced.
I j I h Two bedroom horn*,,6 ft. GOOD NAY Square bale*. Hal neighborhood.. Conveniently 904-5232, to apply 'In Corny CR Ham *a Rd., 100f-M,000. Take only *,- \
Ii fence 15,.mile* couth of 782-37S2. Itchg 2/10 located appliance.In HOMES person 12/30 tin JI. ,.*.. $4.000 t* get Int* this nl
Lok. City,. 3O mites from MATTTIN TIMOR. SAX kitchen carpet, carport FOR SALE MIDICAl TRANSCRIP- 'hzd Hampton iok.-112' ea lake. x ur.Cu* *m brick-
\1.. Golnervllle.. / :, .teitantat. OPHONE, outoharp.Ktr storage ara. Fenced yard TIONIST APRN Medical Owner flnonc. llegent.20A .
top baby bed elec. Trancrlptlanlt position, I. well, tank and
1 441 S IB JCT. with largai shady bock Primitive Church Rd. 3 2 septIc
Asking irk counter stove with
47000.; 'No realtors- Bridle. Used top but In working yard. Rentf(2SO per. mo-, ,ItSJ CONCORD Mobil open at Bradford Ho.pltal. -. '
I= plea.e. 752.5361. 2/10 condition. Call, .....7515.. $290 .security deposit re. Homo. Two bedroom. 1M Applicant medical' mu.t hove Realtor* .Country dub building ....-$..001 to $11,000.
4. !.. 3/03 Itchg 2/10 qulred: One year ....., .bath. Six month old. p.rlence. .Imprautv brick *aJ Ac. kt Country Club aree.
:+ % 964210 tfn .....1802 or 468-1494. HandyMon'Speclal C A...... ...... *f $....001. SViX.Poeuler .
USID ALUMINUM FlATtSt24x36" ford Hopltal. 9646000. 2... M Ac. lot
I ,I WANTED RLDSRLV PUCFSRREDi Small $9,900. Itpd 2/10 Comer Call ft Water St.-Fmanclnfl amll. .
2/03 2/10
: 25 cent each. Used Itchg $8.200 .
In printing fiawpopor. brick cottage on Wet Call tin TRAILIR,12.60 partial CRUISE SHIP JORSI I Great Income 1.61 Ac. wIth 200' ....... en .1_..** tram Holt'
Street, Call 964-A491. Itpd ly fuml.hed. $3300. Call All Exc.ll.nt dey lee. Owner fin. .
Grot for minor potential.
j 1 AXLES S TIRESt 2 axles| + 4 repair oc Buy .. .......
; ob Bradford" 2/10 9648820. Itchg 2/10, cupation. For Informationcall 2 lot en Smp La. with lOOf en water.
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You tire*.deliver.W., plcl." $123.<.uP. dim$1OO; ,............ 94-6308. tIn ,:2 RSOROOM UNFURNISHED ((312) 741-9780. Ext. Ac. Plus lot In country.on Excellent .MlnMttt Spaclwn, brick beme 276V en 8...Mustsee ,.
/: RICONOniONRD TVSt Col. homo nee, Prison, Older 2120. 2/IO 2tpd 2/17 to sppreclefe.'Kingsley .. .
I Mobil Ham Sal**. buy at $29.500.
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coupl prlrrd. No WORK AT HOMIt Jab lake-lnuneculete. dupl7T .enwet.
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I :hllr; :rlr.G,.". 606.T .!J ij .Trade-m'*welcome, Phone. children. Outside pets Of*, available. Substantial ear- ,rul/.r:4k: ; a .,. Oai. 'iwsestn.sa. . '
964.l2t2. 6/11 tfH 9 ,"""- 'fy:964-7929u1RAg\ : 2/10: slits"-p, ""eetbI.""-,Nar*"*x. c. ,"._.....P4.-C.rb.r let,......tree.3 M.2 RA CM/A 'f,
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.OJ 't01". I"and CORD or SPLIT OAK WOODs 3 BEDROOM, l'/4 Rath CHAon p.rl.n" iColl ((312) carport.. SP 44700.
.... Sterling gold or gold filled.J. Delivered $73. 9647743. one acr*. 3Vt ink out of For Sal. 741.9780. Ext.2120'' for Information. RANCHEmti RR., 2 RA .......*AUOOATn-Ami MOUMWAVNDOUOUU
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R. RuTllngton 964-6250. Stark oH SR-16. $275 per 191,1 RR trailer. brick home on. 9 acr**. krU..N.At0Kes .r... .- i-UI'*

11/11 tinWANTEOiOlD' .TOOLS-OLD'. 1974 CHIVY. great lUVl gas Good mileage.condition 9646972.210 mo., 3150 2tchg depo.lt.2/17' .888 down, es.umepayment. TEMPORARY SALES ,..,....TILl.. Day PHON and I ,$69.000. ._ .Novo iuwak.oAs waos,.e.IxFt.l..eu'O.-ISIS,...I.I _.._.a4s.AN. .
sea of $161.81
S1SOO. 782-327. 2/03 a evening shift available. No Old'Harne'. Rtauronl.
month" wll_.
* 964-8331 S ...... la 9 2tchg 210SOFTRAU Dishwasher, garbage experience needed. AI. $69,000
p.m. IQUlPMINTi 301 ........ need for late
; sr ....1551. l/2Q tinClassij14drAds Call) disposal washer and .NifttDrtve-ln person 904 / 702-3331
of t.r 6:00: p.m. for mar Information delivery. 9645303. Itchg
: ( 9645352. Itpd! dryer. In town. $373: per Lane 8 Breed.Crete 2/10 304/71.." '. NOME
2/10 mo.. $150 dapo.lt., P.O. Drawar "M"SOl
Classified Ads
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..... Results S. lawtoy Curies Suzuki-Kawasaki of Starke
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& iC; .&.\\C .F""ni' Storage FLORILAND REALTY The Sensation of SuzukiWe

964-7700 HILL are happy to announce our new shipment

i 0:3: f r'< Jf0'Renting" 393 N. rmpl Av.., Stark = SuzukTs LT1250. four wheeler, all terrain

I I I qc/ ,.biiitGrarid! Opening ;Special vent P. Odam Srokor r CRI, Appliance Repair four stroke, six speeds, Including reverse.

OEit ':11.1 J. D. OJom. If Atoclola, Our Reduction Sale Continues
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,to owl.}YhA X12 Nr, '. 8x12', 10x12 12x18 I HAMPTON MEAl I WRslwra a Orytn 9 For example GS1000GX Base was '3,949"

Wiintt+ "atitnu d-Kswasakl of Starice 28 Acre on- graded road. Cash i to mtg.H4.2lmoMk. peym.M.. now 3549.00

L .. 1..' Hwy'JII11.*9044020 $ REASONABLY PRICED Nth r.Wasters. Mr CowlitloniTS Ranges GS650EY Reg Base '2,569.00now

s Twa ......,..,... building ......c-r: Club, area. coySPICK :,t ,;.._.- '2319.00

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238 S. Wabrat Street
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gn' fHOtMi t PHONE AND ROCK I Big Savings throughout our

bit yno,,,"t ",,04-9644063' + t > :904-9 4-477 1 SR. I RA k m*' In ale. area. Some h-.J.... .,,Rortd. ,IJI- Our Prices Can't Be Beat

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'::' '';JONES BULLDOZING, -.- 964-5849 370 acres ....fI0211

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PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS 5 / ,ERA 2. -bath house Inc..,

,..I, IOUTI 2. IOx tiff: ,FAULKNER Farm & heavy"equipment
ITAIKI.n'2091M..IONII WHAT A OtAlll $ Iedro m. 2 ..... Nice l layout.
., .:.,V 1110.,111." ,1-Z"3 Brintm Apt', REALTY Screened pen.end. .hug double car..,..*.Many...-
- 1im'' 83' .to .297'* tre*. 184."" -
SSNSATIONAl-Rtmful 1 ...-. I both In evlet.ubdlvUlen. ,

SATURDAY FwrtMtta pike at $.......
VACUUM \' .. e 1530 W. Mat11s.RY1u&mii.a 964-5065 FEBRUARY tll, 19113 IXCSIUNT nRMSI Hug hem wish many airtra

aye sell PlJOII.Ia.c.131Z ON THE PROPERTY plus,.46.... werehevM .be pawnttal Nor vwtou*
SALE BRADFORD STARKE, FLORIDA busies, ueee. Owner_ at..." $.......
hswerr [H HKHf ft ORYI ReawNM .let dee I* .......* Ufce.
_ .NEWa.u. RENTALS Owner financing Grad.thing krat dawn.the reed Tw*sell,two t*go.
: .. w. Finance Our; Own REAUOR ........... S.,201.*... {
KIRflYS* -- NOW "U UN TIME -; e Piooarty to be offered'In
ROYALSL to get your OfWUNO Lak.....J.......i'..'...I;.!.:J,:,;.. .;.,, ,'12'.IIO. I221l icicle rd.s oomblnaUon a wtIaIo. ,. U.S. Ml South t
EURKKAS\ j SIOSOOM NOME *..Seven ree.S2M.: Ml ha.ll. Co ...,?,Realtor
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READY for e located In the heart otNOfVI
fo. HOOVERS a *MDFOCO LAKE HOMR-Tbr**.U lira em,' \1. Rath.Owiwr OFHCRHOW* 1'Ioftdo'"let D.y-964.7003 : I-'PN4-II27.
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i FILTER QUEENS : ;;A ., Titier. 16. IS 21. .. ..I.r.. ,'.../11i.I...;...._. ...555,300, I both......... .
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r 'j1'j1t TERMS; 15% down day of

f 'ZL 'Al ,.Young's t 4.8807 IL c ul*. Balance' lo 10.be%financedbythMllral :

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:4fff' ,964-8818 TE4 .' 1/6"h \ t Friday', Feb. 17 S. t8,
a van. Mrtk si Ntghborhood pro'p.rtl.. Inc. ., : & 1hOOAMS.OOPM.SALE brick bath
1Ifto! 1 TOTAL ,-. < t : ,3 br.. veneer.! 1% central WA
: StttHs onW Ml RCALTORS SITE: On the
.. RENTAL $ I ((9(M)HM-S231 I. property Stork, Florida cjiport., mmy t mill and carpdng
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