Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04301
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04301
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Heaviest on US-301,1OUth of Starke recorded *4 inches. CteuHM*.:;i.::.: ...l.r.t.....J The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
ttwnpours.were 2 Inches, at Lawtey and 2.4 Inches at Hampton
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Marcia Goodge BEA spokesman Jack Carbone,
BCT Staff Writer director of collective bargaining for t

Lining up on opposite sides of the Florida Education Association j
federal arbitrator William Fallon (FEA) United in Tallahassee, saW !
over question of contract violations "The contract language is clear and
at Starke Elementary School the unambiguous. There Is not a single
Bradford Education Association reference to teacher in-service days.It .
(SEA-the teachers' .union},and the states that attendance of in-service
Bradford County School Board ver- programs shall be optional."

k.. battled for six .hours Friday.Febfll. Forbes said that according to the
management's'rights clause in the
A decision is due within 90 days 1980-83 contract,management has the
from the federal artibrator. right to "assign! functions with a
The controversy centered around direct bearing on classroom manage
.. the mandatory>> attendance of Starke ment" to teachers during additional
t ti Elementary teachers at .. series of planning time. The Board maintainsthat

.. ,.. % training sessions for OUNCE a thia is what was done by SE Principal -
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mallllgementprogram. Charles Thomas in the case of
': t The teacher union argued the OUNCE program.
j.i6II the sessions were In-service training, The Board that the traininlflone
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voluntary. Management maintainedthe
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,J' ''brti"ur. sessions not allowed teachers in the contract.
1" .; service training, Forbes The Issue of
J', '''' ,,' timeliness prevails this case. Each
1' \..',,:: .,'f>o "':" : ";:g( Jr :' :',1 Lyle Williams teacher was aware that 100 percent
'.. :'"" 1-" r- .rt f{, Files Grievance participation was required for the j i
'1, ','''',iii ., ,.., "I felt OUNCE was an In-service program in early spring. There is a |
"j\L\ :' .I'>1: ',,", I''t.; .. program and according to the con- 20-day time limit for filing a
.r '. ...,'" md, tract, I shouldn't have to go," said grievance," but the grievance was filed -
Lyle Williams SE math teacher for 11 three to four months after that.

; BHS Brains... years who filed a grievance at the "Mr. Williams filed his grievance

j the third six-weeks at Bradford High School... ., 1.1. beginning of this school year. soon after he was required to attend
: Earning str igkt-A's for ( Hayeorow' > The sessions were held once a week '
*L .iT.,. ;' i.",.'i..,. i .;. "' j.., ..". ., N."ey8hll'onl, MkhajteKlnuitlsYDan'tll. .!"' Wagner. MichellesBg for an hour after the students had left the OUNCE sessions, said Carbone.
' ro'!!.. riSWS.en lonzf: eskTeresia: 1VlaCeyib: Irn:: si ft d.,fs 'dtlllNni aUleIjJIe 1\0'"'' .. ':'L.t.: : 1l. ::: -' .1"I ..."+'..",.,cboolvV The* training '..sessions' Carbone summarized the BEA poalt1onbyaayng -.
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.Williams said he spent 28 hrs. after gram.developers of OUNCE called -
Earn Bradford the regular day in preparing the it an in-service program. OUNCEis

8 StraightA's; at, Wigh sessions the program.Williams and.doing work required by in-service a specific master component plan. of the current. ,

is asking to be paid his "The survey (conducted at the end
,Eight'of 1.025 students, Or / of one percent, straight-A's', Is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. 'Ken-' .Another68Jtnembe ,.r or 5.6: percent of the BHS regular wage for the 28 hours he spent of .last year by the then Starke
earned stralght-A's at Bradford High for the third! io of Starke. ,' student body;, earned A's and B's the third sixweeks. on the OUNCE training sessions after Elementary Principal Charles Fran-
Six-weeks grading period which ended Jan,23. inatomy/ph,. ogy, physical educatiolwalgebra They are)' by grade; his regular work day. cis to determine teacher interest in
II. advanCed.typing I, biology ll,' and advanced. "j, ft According to the 1980-83 teacher's"contract the program) states that It is an in-
'Junior Michelle: Klmutls is the only B IS student English H. 6 Beaton- Susan D. Alvarez,. Charlotte A. Coley Article 19, section C, "Atten- service program. Mr. Williams was
to earn straiaht-A's all three six-weeks.. Sophomore Lori A. Flynn, and Robin D., terD. dance at in-service programs" shall be required to attend the program and
Catherine Roach has earned straigutrA's twice. Allen Gonzalez, a freshman and son of Mrs. and optional for teachers, BEA said. must be made whole for time re-
Mrs. Albert Gonzalez of Starke. Gonsales was JuniorsTina' M. Bowen, Melody M. Cayton, The School Board management quired to fulfill the OUNCE
.The straight-A students are: enrolled in modern scientific metlada,- Spanish I. Monique A.Chandler, James M. Christmas DennisP. team maintains that when the program." i
in the contract
standard English I, physical education advancejcivics Dunlap George E. Lavssser, Alan Lane McKinney language was .p,"
Michelle Klmutls, junior and daughter of Mr and Algebra :; Laura L. McKinney lana A. Pollard, TheresaE. negotiated In-service it referred to programs(the Forbes Says OUNCE
offered days only
and Mrs. Edward F. Klmutls of Starts. Her sub-. .1 I Ricks, Faith,Robertajjutee A. Wise, In-service on the current calender Not Selected By Teachers
.Jecta the third six-weeks were advanced English II. James F. Hayes a freshman and son of Mr.:and day on Forbes stated in his closing
Spanish r physics. psychology,algebra HI and anDual.tan. Mrs. Robert L. Hayes of Stark.Hayes aubjecWwere Sophomores- Philip G. Alcantara Janet R. Grif'fidarie is March in general.18), not to in-service programs arguments, "Our position is that the
physical education.advanced civics brass Innocent, Kelly M. Mouton, Marcia C. OUNCE program does not fall within
band. standard English I, modern 'scientific 'Overs treet, Becky E. Parrish, Stephanie Redding, Forbes Contract the language of Article 19.
'Michelle SUlwelJ a Junior and daughter of Mr. methods and algebra U. Dawn Y. Scott,' Kay U Watson Melanie Wood. Says Paragraphs A and B indicate that the
fitifweQ of Brooker. Kiss StihveU Catherine N.Zambito. Refers to In-service Days
and Mrs. Lloyd 'WillIe Wright, language refers to a process other
was enrolled in advance American history, advanced Theresa P. McCollum. a freshman and daughter.1.of ?. "There was no discussion (during than something held during the school
Enqllsh II,Spanish I, geometry humanities, and Mr. and Mrs. Willie McCollum of Starke./Miss' Freshmen-Melissa C.Allen Kelliene A. Baldwin the 198043 contract negotiations) surrounding day."
world, fUntory.Vbarrell, McCollum was enrolled in careers advanced: civics, Donna K. Barker Elena C. Bowen Marsenna L.: the mandated attendance ofa Article III, Paragraph B. states
algebra physical education, modern scientific, Brantley, Amy L. Clark Tracie L. clark.Allison S. program during the teacher's "Teachers in each local school center
J. Wagner: a Junior and son of Mra/and methods and, standard. English. .L; /I Denmark Venus M. Doughman Terri L. Fender regular workday," said Board shall elect a committee to design .
Mrs. Glenn Plgxott of Starke. Wagner was enrolled Laura J.G.rcla.Melissa P. Griff,Erika L.Gruen, spokesman Tom Forbes of the Forbes and/or select in-service programs for '
six-weeks la American history, Nancy L,Shuford, freshman daughter of Mr.and Wesley I.. Johnson, Karen R. Martin. Sharon D. Labor: Relations Service. Inc. that school." In the case of the
advanced English\ U, physics advanced.Spanish, Mrs. Glenn Shuford of Lawtey. Miss Stanford was Martin Tonja S. McClood".Valarte L. McCloud OUNCE program, then Principalsee
algebra 111,and computer sclen ce. enrolled in careers, physical education, advanced ,Richard L. O'Steen, Maria R. Reddish, Rita T. Carbone Says Contract
.. algebra I, standard English.\ L modern scientific '' Thornton Teacher...
'" Richardson Roy P, Thomea, Stephanie Language Is Clear ( P.IA)
:; Catherine,R.oach. the only sophomore to earn methods, and standard geography. '.'-" Melissa S. Williams.

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t ? Prison: Crime. Costs, Swamp Purchase Head Topics at HearingHelp

State funds to cover court costs or the voter list because they don't wantto requirements for a septic tank per< I
prison Inmates was the main request serve on juries the lists which are mt ''I doe't think there is a way in'
put to area legislators Thursday,Feb. ,.drawn from voter Itots. the world Bradford County can: comp--
10, as they met to hear public officials ,The need for every! home owner to J ly" said County Commissioner E.W.... I
and private citizens on Issues prior totbe pay some property tax. Now some' Hodges. *
--19S3 legislative session inn two-tbinta of homeowners in the county -<
. "S (fee. pay,property tax because the ? Prison Crime
George Grady. D-Yulee'and, value .of..&.. home is below the Is a Major Impact
', ;San./Will Grant 1)-..._ lent syropmhetk -: .. IWI homestead exemption. It Is unfair for the state to send hs..
,'' \ ears to moat every request of .WorUnc' to secure the School of theAmen. mates,beret then say "Hands off," tl tl'It
, ,1' ":; I' county" officials, but cautioned the .. for Camp BIandiag.I .. said Sheriff Dolph Reddish.
l smell counties: .are In a' minority .ak of budget control by the county The cost of keeping a person in
:, jJ, ",., :voting position !111.' the Florida, commiMion.The state controls the prison doesn't end when he's assignedto
.' 'IrfegjWwttire now_ 1 bvdgete. of the sheriff' ; I one,-01' the,' prisons in Bradford
," ". : Y lab.ltr -- ,; O5ir proposals put' 'to ,the ,twa: bra&wo,'and 'tax collector: boythe j I t County.. the sheriff told 'the
, .. ,\"' aoM>, ,.JHlhacluded: : county commission if reponsible for 'legislator State funds are needed for
',0"1 1'" I\, \\7',. -" '. ,f.acquisition of the Santa Fwbfeh >raaiag money ito coyer 1.the. .ex pens i" 'Circuit court In counties with large
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r I' ,, :, J ; J.......-," 0IIIIIIttiIa i Lawrence iosley; .breasjtit. .SomeUing' current'exceptions to""I Gib prison Brown.populations!, ,said County '
' \' u.Ass float f" and told''the. two the Sri Law .ftb a vote''.j l Of 444 ee.tUed In Bradford Coun- r 'It
\ ;" Y' ........ ; I n. liceils1a4.tint apt writer of 'of tUMt MWalatuve ,.nece sary. JoJ .ty.CINIIk Court last year about SOpercent
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r.tr: :.', ... "'1Jf \( \- .. eves break forestall towsjlta -, rss.P= Saw! wlltatt)inmates back I''',County 'Clerk Brown told -thesaid

>( ,;. ,y;. !M'' ..CAJiI dlstrlbtit4sn of state school. .toWoft art the .- '. .
,\ v' :' .... atwtoN i; I ''',:;,,,, ire sspatata artI hI) .' .... .Repealing t ilia current state law I :. getting the seer
'.: : ".. Rf..: ': :, NI Y. .....rd.. by'wIIb 'toMdiaWMcMMte elected officials :" affeI .ter the impact of state
tr\, k ;,s/rrari asses ....... ..J an asjlTiiiiiite .. Increase every jjear. I'pIIJIaooeIiI by the state for theSe
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i t ,,-, ', tsJite*!,their(asaitrtal nit' The state's Increasingly stringent j j".: < (Stale, ,, COStS..., P4Afa ,>

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, ',' II, ." ) I '''II..IOOfo. "' : ,trm' p4onl'vweW'Hempton ; .h ir 1t n Yalsli,Ia1OM'" 1 I'I'.I. 'f;}; A ne_; >T.7. million armor
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Y ,hesarnderyons a. ." '\..,..! ,"" ''.'''\ I *ls b.ingt built ot National Rep. I
,l '. _....,. i hewer Hart says ae win tatradiae a bill to get toe togbtfatwre to tad
,AAlislakl..U o:,. 'transformation' .under, ,thenanogo' .T. ..Isc. t u'itNrM fr ,'thtt\ },:";Owersl Mssd .,jorters pt Camp court systems: l. ewMti** affected. by stag,prisees.. If* goUteg to fee a toefthroMesa.
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--Mel bv VtfWSMMihft ,.titrafriM. po/ic./ ',''bait: I.i: ; .-.. L-- baa ks..ta the legtatatara slave lt77 tat Brsaw* C..o&y was,
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Dispute... Casey Says Bradford ShortChanged

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Charles Francis made the decision (0 .., .,I'' < 'd .0\\ ,
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I" teachers to find out If therenwH. | f''a .-ing the Value of; In"'St teEducation'Fundin: : ,

,,Y' 'enough interest in the program. e rtti 'I f said BEA PresC .
,Forbes also said that, "II the union den lIl iU "n'a .a good pro question from Sen. Grant.
.. wins Mr. William request for payment Ifam. Wit_I_4tscutt8ing whether or Supt.,Tom Casey has been'talking other; things ,recommended an extended to Casey's a main pitch was for a cott

will not be approved because it not a contract violation has, fior two yean and nobody. has been' school yea;. education of-llving formula based on the region,
will set a precedent' for paying occurred." listening be ;The cost factor on special instead of just, Bradford County.
didn't A
teacher for participating In function The 'OUNCE program at Starke But\ hit prevent the Bradford programs!such as the three profoundly formula based on
for which they have already been Elementary has been discontinued. school superintendent from mentally retarded students would net Bradford an additional{!
paid." According to Williams "Sometime haranguing the two new legislators here, are :costly to operate even a Casey said.It .
Fa lion, the arbitrator mad no' after Christmas we had an emergency is 'pr, about the problems of state education though they generate 14 539 weighled- 1139.000 year.
decision at the grievance hearing.; lie faculty meeting and MI' Thomas f tfY funding. Rep.: George' 'Crady, 'FTE units, and cost more per unit. in would be under$10 million for the
will make his decision at a later date (present Starke Elementary PJinoc1pal D-YuIee, and Sen. Bill Grant small counties such ali Bradford.funding entire state a rather small fll&\InIlII

when he has reviewed the case suffi Charles M. Thomas) announced IVMadison, listened patiently to Supt. terms ,of state school funding.' For
ciently. A suggested time limit for his that the OUNCE program would be Casey. Crady admitted 'was an.' .Problem' that reason, Casey says he is op..
decision is 30 days, and a decision Is discontinued" due to the illness of education for him., The state gives each.basic student timlstic the' regional basis for the
anticipated by then Mrs. Mary Anne Kyle co-worker with Three or four things have\ moved' funds $1,339.337: in 1982-83. but Brad- cost-of-living index, might have a
The OUNCE program Is designed to Thomas In the program and the conflict more dollars in education funding to ford County gets only 95.68 percent of chance to pass. .
improve the discipline of the that was created with a P.E Jtpv: populous counties Supt Casey that or J,338n. per student, oruulitlpte.quivalaney
classroom by rewarding'' good gram. "He (Thomas) said UiatiT' Won't Pay..Tom. rerlles. Riga (FTE),unit. There is some sentiment for the
behavior and discouraging bad enough people wished to attend the pointed oaf: In contrast-Dade County gets 111' regional concept, said Sen. Grant.
behavior by simply Ignoring the program it would continue in Marchon school. hoard gotlatlor. said SB Bradford gets only 95.68 percent of percent of the FTE unit.Don't Emphasis in the upcoming
students responsible for it. a voluntary! basis." teacher lytt Williams will not be paid the per student funding while some cut Dade County's funding, legislative session will be on secondary

"" d, H_ '. 'd _' ._ for big. union work wins.at hone evert' If theteacher other countllllliet more, such as Dadeat but give small counties,such as Brad- K-12 education, said Sen.
k. 'r JI'IUIiU_ I 117 percent, a 24. percent differen- ford, a more even break Supt. Casey Grant. With that.. emphasis the

... tial.andated say!. regional concept for the cost-oMlvinj
programs cost more<< In Mandated programs, such as re- formula might stand a better chance
; small counties which' have fewer quiring Bradford County to' have a than most years, the senator said.
students In special categories. fulltime vocational director cost Casey said he'd rather lengthen the

teachers of Bradford Conn'"'fk;; The proposal of the state sparcity more per ctudent here probably f 10 school day. than the school year,
V w ty, are Jack Carbone of *,J factor funding could mean 1330,000 to per students,but less in a larger county which Is the view of many toed
BEA United represeatlnt' Bradford schools. Such funding Is .a educators.
,.. the state teacher .union ',*r.. law which has never been funded. If the sparcity factor is funded It
organization Mrs. Julie Under the sparcity factor acounty, would put Bradford County currently
'"" would get Increased funding for scattered with most THE BRADFORD
Miller BH3 English. i 87th\ in state funding, even
teacher and BEA' rest'" students. other counties, Casey said In answer COUNTY TELEGRAPH
The state the''Bradford'district
Published Thursday
dent, and Lyle WUUams.r. every
Starke Elementary IB-','" which $221,000 for its bus system' ,, at 135.W. Can Street
costs STARKE
straciorwho.. ..' file i
Starke, Florida 32091
1,., Mr grievance, during the. .,.'> the administration bargaining time and is_costing CHURCH OF GOD
f ,, quail-court hearing: last,-kTharsday. money. Second Clan postage pak at
422 K. St. Clair 964.5445
#,;> ,. Supt Casey pointed out in asking for a
? limitation on the negotiations. Walter F. Montz.Pastor Starke FloridaSubscription

Termed as "hog wash" the reportof We invite you to worship with us. Rates:
Dr. B. Frank Brown
which amongof
Attended Nursery in-trade area: $10.00 per year

Brooker Newsby Sunday School . . .10 am $5.50 six months

Morning Worship . . .11 am
C. E."Sue" Davis Quitman, Ga., Vivian'Parker and Foster Day" in obse ance'of his American Music sponsored by,(lilt Evening Service. . . .5 pm Outside trade'area: $11.00 per year

phone 485-1344: Doris Kelly and son J. T. Sowells all contributions to the music world. Riverland Music Club.. Wednesday Youth . .7:30 pm $6.00 six months
of Brooker. Mrs. Blanche Brown of Worthington This was followed by ,a short

90-Year OldCelebrates Serving refreshments were grand- Springs also entertained by business meeting where special ................................................................................................
Birthday daughters Terrie Mason Sandra playing her original composition.After tribute to parent. volunteers were.
Thomas and Debura Furlong. the business meeting a covered acknowledged. '
'Telitha Sowells did not let the rain Approximately 75 guests called during dish luncheon was served by the A classroom visitation for parents' .ring H 'Friend
and cold dampen her spirits as she the afternoon and the guest of hostesses. was conducted before disbanding for
was ,prepared for an evening of honor received useful and lovely ;.
many : the evening. Parents honored at theFT : to
celebration on her 90th birthday in Dixie Youth <. \:
gifts. : ; A meeting with the presentation of '
her home last Feb. 13.
Saturday. Under : a rose and certificate were Annette '
Registration Way :
Her nurse, Mrs. Johnson, prepared Cousin Thelma"SpeaksTo Crews'
Bass, Vickie Colson,.Virginia SundaySechoaml
Sowells, who has been bedridden for Riverland Music Club Dixie Youth Baseball registration 'and Stella Joyner. .
several years, and remained by her for Brooker youth ages 8-14 is currently "
side throughout the happy occasion.A The Riverland Music. Club met underway at the Brooker Elementary Athletic Association 'or
color theme of pink and white was Thursday, Jan. 13, at the home of School. : ,i -, '
used throughout the house with potted Mrs. Edwin Andrews In Graham. A youngsters'age is determined by Tonight, "''
plants placed at points of interest. Thelma Boltin the "Folk Music his birthday on or before August 1. 'The Brooker' Athletic Associationwill Find n Friend ills
The refreshment table was covered Department Advisor" of the Florida Registration cards are available at meet Thursday night Feb. 17, at
with a satin cloth overlaid with white Federation of Music Clubs was guest BES and may, be picked up in the 7:30 p.m. at Brooker ElementaryItems Ahead There' _
lace insertion and centered with an speaker. Mrs. Boltin entertained the school office. .i .. J .
arrangement which included compotes group with Southern folklore, stories ,t Items for'discusaion include purchasing
of mints and nuts' while an enormous and song. Riverlaud Musicians uniforms for Dixie Youth
birthday cake was placed at one She also discussed the well-known Entertain BES ]parentsThe Baseball and girls Softball. First United
end of the table and punch bowl at the composer Stephen Foster" and his The first annual Brooker Athletic I
other. influence on Southern culture and the BES parent*and teachers en- ,Association Softball tournament Is Methodist. Church

... Greeting guests at the door wereSowells' state of Florida in particular. She Joyed a treat Thursday Heb.U. tentatively for Match.lK.r2.a3. ,.
daughters..Cleone Hazen of pointed out that Jan. 13; has'been of.. in the school ni:1ht.: t-t0tttii ,, 'f .A Jlllmlu..and intgrept 'l persons' J ;. : ,; .n' ".".
Gainesville Marguaree Weeks of ehsablis e i&ntertained. by a I .4NpreI.f&lJii 1- OII' o imt.r.t.4'tIoI 1. ,***** fNGtMK4treet.it40P" 9011di1 F _" ,............r..: ...
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By Elizabeth Terry brother and sister-in-law Mr. and
Mrs. Don and of Mac-
Phone 782-3300 Boyette family;
clenny.Mr. .
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: and Mrs. E. L. Kelly Jr..of

W.M,U. of Grace United Methodist Milton were Monday night guests of
Church met at the church Tuesday their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.

morning at 10:30: a.m. Miss Dorothy Hermie Kelly.
Swanbom the leader.
was Mrs. Dave Kelly and sons, Brannon
PERSONALS: and Justin of Jacksonville the 1'
Thanks a lot to everyone who gave -2-BOY@ Reclina-Rocker
weekend with her in-laws Mr. and
me an item of newt last year and so T #
Mrs. George Kelly.
I them r, h
far much.this year. appreciate very Mrs. Sarah Hallman of Keystone SALE : .
Heights visited her brother E. L Kel-
sympathy of the community -
Deepest ly in Veterans Hospital, Gainesville
is extended to John Bradley and
the first of the week and he is improv.
other close relatives because of the'
ing slowly.
death of his mother Mrs. Hazel
Bradley, Wednesday Feb. 9. ..:. .4
Mrs. Fred Moore #
Mr. and Mrs. John Lee of Fort Visited her son-in- "j ..Jf1
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. 4
Walton Beach are spending some l Su. '
time with their parents Mr. and Mrs.' Thomas of Live Oak. From there; 1
Robert Lee. Mrs. Thomas and her mother, Mrs. !
Mrs. O. J. Boyette, Sr. of Lake City Fred Moore went to Tampa and v SAVE S A
spent the weekend with her son and spent Saturday. night with Mrs. I
Moore's sister Mrs. Jewel Wade;
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
Boyette, Jr. and family. Mayo While In there a convalescent they visited home.Mrs. C. Y. ON O R"MOST.
Deepest sympathy of the community -
is extended to the sons and SP4 Clifton Darrell Prevatt of 270 POPULAR L&CHAIRSt-Z-BOY''

daughters of Mrs. Mandy Manningwho G.H. Signal Company Box 1226, APO
passed away Thursday Feb. 10 New York: All the family says hello to } : '

and the funeral was held at HighlandBaptist you.Miss nd ,.

Church Feb. 13, with burial in Rachel Boyer and Mrs. Fred ,-
Highland Cemetery.Rev. Moore went to Ocala on Thursday to ,

and Mrs. Roger Eunice of help their brother. David Boyer, '. Sow 0111010 nuM-.olulbnery
Crestview spent Thursday_ until celebrate his 73th birthday. Other ," > tl' avr to put mndon ui motion .
Check out lOw \1(' ,nu MCIIno Soelwt'cr> insole
Saturday with their parents \' r. and' members of the family met them \ r. Obi. P"umw.1
Mrs' Harold Eunice. there for the occasion. tram versatile 1t
Mr and Mrs. O. J. Boyette,Jr. and David Ballinger of Gainesville '; ass=ns Itoeber" .., y,43,9V

their mother Mrs. O. J. Boyette Sr., visited his wife and baby on Sunday,
were Saturday supper guests of their: Feb. 13th ,



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I Prison Crime CostsFrom .",

(From Page IA> population' such a* 'Bradford. now and may end up..coating, the ; "ir-i' could Lhe; :
j; l'i portion of court coets from prison has Union, Baker and DeSoto. Another ty anew Jail? i ; now there push button"right
been In priority for III year now. bill to provide state funds to counties Then Is a lot that can be done, Said Sen. Grant.would.' be!no. 'problem' said
Rep. Crady introduced a bill to touts prisons\ ssaauLbe Introduced. Sen. Grant,"Finally, toe pe pIe bav*\ S.R. Johns a former? > .
reimburse the counties last year but It jtogtfttator heard about the, problem. ," fM: Death Row, said he has heard guard attor-on
was not '
Grant .
passed. This
year Rep. Crady .r.f'J'Pr8onerW flies tell death
to asking the counties to Homeowner row "Don't
verily their Every eluM
expenditures to him so he'll have Should flay Some Tax In stay in, Idon'tommissioner Hartvi',,. y worryt. .we can stall this: thing for 3 or. 4

some anununition. Crady said he's Property Appraiser. Jimmy Alvarez Grant agreed;: and Mid there. 4,
-ju some big move by the state look Into'
county legislators to ; Consolidation
asked If there movement on the Needed
any ,
.(nf MM the problem and to swing. over 'to, minimum security facilities for some
that In
'proposition homedwner Belt
every' .
A\ Us side. stata inmates to' whom'current' Tightening Times
w. Crady said 1 he had should pay little property tax prisons do harm Though the term Is
hot thought may more scorned, consolidation -
Tar before of, Sen Grant said he expects vote on Ian a loess of
the county bearing the cost that and who could be housed some city-county .ser.vices
.of a divorce filed by the Indigent wife'' homeowners question in Now two-thirds of the costly facility while they learned Jobs and maybe even county lines
of prison inmate, or the impact of Bradford County' ,pay or held down Jobs in a community., :V" should be looked at In time. of tight
no property''tax because ,of, the
3,1 the children of inmates attending homestead have a special assessment. of fled per money said Guy Andrews.
exemption being raised to didn't
nBradfOl'd schools, or the cost to the $29,000 Constitutional amendment.In acre. He get any help on the idea,
ia' school system when/ a teacher Is call- but city and county officials are cur
ed to service retrospect officials and at', rently looking at in which
nc on Jury duty. local citizens think the. "Somebody always takes a shot areas services -
3.1Brown pointed out he now has.two 'tion unwise ,000 exerap- it," said Sen. Grant ..--> can be combined and performed Surrounded.
fulltlme was an move. wtthleascost ..
c deputy clerks
and one part- Alvarez asked, and Sen: Grant said
time deputy clerk assigned to the he expects another run on the Green 'Appeals Limit Sought Only area now combined is the zoning Sen. Bill Grant D-Madlson, Is surrounded by local officials just after the
criminal court cases hilt office has to Belt law,under which timber growers'Jail i On Death Row Inmate department. annual legislative bearing last Thursday in he circuit court room In the
as;! process. Plus, 'one fulltime. and one Prefacing his comments that net county courthouse. "
part-time deputy clerk are assigned Rules QuestionedBy should start with the U.S. Congress* It was the first such meeting for' On each side of Sen. Grant are Bradford County Librarian Arnold Weeks
sr. to"process paperwork on civil cases. Commissioner Homer Hart said he Sen.Grant a Madison native who was and Sheriff Dolph Reddish. Sen. Grant was elected In lies; his district
tr .,..and percent of the cases are Commissioner Hart favors limit on execution appeals by first elected to the state Senate last Coven 10 counties.
cal*! appealed said clerk abate. Why does the Department of'Corrections ,death row inmates. \ fall. Rep. Crady, who lives in Ytuee,
Crady he wiU file a bill have such stringent: \ rules on' The state has no Jurisdiction\ over has represented Union County since
Sthat, if passed! would provide flnan- county JailsTIs, there anything that, appeals to federal 1977 but due to last year's legislative
V:) clal relief for counties In which !Inmates 'can be done to alleviate the problemthat Sen.Grant,who agreed witCommtsfione redistricting Rep. Crady now also.
comprise at least 9 percent of, is costing the county thousands Hart represents Bradford County.BIRTHDAYS o '
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1S: Hampton Hilites

,Prescott? Harrell, Stalnakert:t '' by Dolores Meng ,. EARLYBIRD MONEYsaviNG-

r : '' ; \; phone 40H1B1JCONGRATULATIONS' .'. Feb. 10-Sharon Forsyth was' ten;
r' Win .Seats Brooker 'Vote I'', : Feb. 11-Kim Hodge'was II Ginny
Best wishes are extended to Steve" Bennett was 12, Christa WOOd wan 13, ,
I Brown and Susan Thornton who were Patricia Parado was 12, and Wayne
married Friday night, Feb>> 1U at the Crawford was six; Feb. la-Pat: Roy
.. Two of the three Brooker City Council Group s'r ee when .he received 67 home of his, parents Mr. and Mrs., Mike Woodfin, and Jim Lewis !
incumbents up for election returned votes,. edging out, his opponent. Gerald Brown. i- celebrated; Feb. 13-Renaldo Aviles
to their seats for another two-year Or, Pierce., who'received, 26' I t.
George .' ;: : RECUPERATING; '_ celebrated his second birthday, -M... a oWe
term after '
polls,closed Tuesday. votes. I HAMPTON '
''Amendmentsto'the'towd"charter'; ; '''. Cecil .Matthew, returned: homeTuesday
following i three weeks at+ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Councilman Joseph Harrell '
Cephus 'that mainly establishedproceduresalready ; I Alachua .General Valentine Parties '
outdistanced his opponents In the practiced by the council were Gainesville where her IHosplUl. Most of the sick students were glad
Group 3 race with 74 votes: 'Brian also t on the ballot and passed a Vote Have
;"' by surgery. Louise stayed with him the to be back in school In time to enjoy, Garden SeedIn
Terry Thomas received 12 votes and of 27 to 20. ; .'
their' valentines. On Friday after'
entire time, both
so they are glad
Freddie L. Clark received votes... Ninety-three of the 133 voters toe
classes, and
home : parents teachers provided -
,The.Group 4 incumbent, William In' ,1' Stock
registered Brooker (70' percent) WUliam tahn returned home Tuesday refreshments appropriate for nice! NowSpecial'
Steve Nipper, was defeated by his turned out to'cast their ballots' Ind
opponent ,,J from North Florida Regional"Hospital Valentine parties .for ,all\ school
r Claude A.'Pfescott"n votes'to Mayor Hamilton Blake expressed appreciation In Gainesville where be children.

: 22. for the Interest they: showed spent( one week for treatment. ,', ,
; Councilman C.j'StaInaker::' wed the in. town government .., o O
3, BOOKMOBILE Mrs. Claudette Frees was happily
Every Tuesday from 12:30: "until surprised when her students had a
2:30 p.m. the Bradford County' pre-birthday party for her Friday. Rid Seed
II! Bookmobile serves this l area at the Besides nicely decorated cakes, her POTATOES $4.50
'School Post Office parking lot.'Everyone is'' fifth graders presented her with a 50 Ib. Bag
Lunch Menus welcome to take advantage' of this" lovely gold chain and heart necklace.

U.'radford County Middle School'' W_,. p.k. HiCMoun*Me*, el. (Us. free service '. Her birthday was Feb: ,16.

,and aU elementary schools buttered pun P..., h.n.mi .pudding. 'biscuits', .

il! [ 'Ma aay.rk.ll-riah Portion,-..erica. turnip "milk.., ......y.:...... ."'"h Pot Hum,thim- grits!,toobp Lake Black History'Month Farmers
{ fnena, appleaauee, brownie, cornbread, milk. : tnftm, applMMK. could,nnbnad., milk. Kingsley I Mutual ExchangeU.S.
I Tuesday r". lO-Hamburger" on a Bun lettuce*. ,.....,. FM. n-Hambargw" Gravy.mslNd. Baptist Church Programs Continue .
.I 5. pickle,fruit topped yellow c.ke. p0x.10-,peen bwm, ..... .hot rgU.mUk. I 1 301 North Starts
Chicken: *
Vftan4m>. K.b. n-Brbocud :. ; butt.ndwhole Wner everybody to lomaltldy'I. The third program observing Black
: poutow, grew Mans wheat rolls, \ i History Month will be held Sunday,
Jesus Chits' to LonTBimitybntcst
1_ 'chocoUM......,.pudding milk: ALACARTEi > : I., Feb.20' at 3:30: at Ebenezer Baptist 0
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I Feb MSallibury Bleak rice a .
gravy .M.....,. ... '.pi.i .. f : ,
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buttered green peu, fruit up, milk. baculU. r. Ittacti ft lust .. Rev. L. R. Davis pastor.
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:., LIVE OAK (Suwannee County-)
\. ii to the second Installment of the First settlement about leas, took I Its
of names ol towns, counties and oak trees
name from large near a pond
in this North Central' area of where railroad section hands rested

based on information Id the ,and ate their I lunches.The town was. Incorporated .,
Place Names"
by Allen
in 1903.
t clerk of the Florida Howe of
LULU .(Columbia County-.
Highway 100 west of Lake Butler
names of interest to readers in. Tradition says It was named Lulu for
are Included. the sweetheart of a pioneer settler.The
town was originally called Hagen but
SPRINGS (Alachua County- renamed Lulu about 1891.
In ISM when it was known as idACCLENNY
,,a corruption of Santa Fe. In (Baker County-
'Originally called Dar&yviUe, but
name was changed to its pre renamed In 1885 for its founder H.C.
because of located
......+r.-"rawp.w..w.a.: ......-. _...w..w r.ai1JIL hill within the townsite.springs Macden ny, who owned large tracts of
land in the vicinity. Arthur M. Darby,

Lawte '. unpaved main vtrert (BOW U.S. Ml) bi the days when autmmbues were still a early Starke grocer for many years- .
behind the wheel U this snappy runabout h Dr. George Brows ewe W Lawtey's early (Putnam Couot )- was son of John Darby who came to
In 1872 and first !known as 'Starke from Darbyville.
The present name is
!'between the lakes." MELROSE (Putnam and Alachua
CountiesOne time popular resort
GROVE (Alachua County center which went by: the name of
'etJiTORiAlS hammock flatlands Shakerag in the early days Pony
U.S. 301. Settled the 1880s. owners from miles around afternoons
as the Cross Creek setting for their racers there on
by authoress Marjorie Kinnan where a fine track had been
< ,,. Including "South Moon built. Instead of firing a gun and dieter
and "The Yearling." bing the peace on Sundays, the race

Curb 'on PACs to Be ,SoughtAt (Duval County- wave.starter Hence was gives the a name large Shakers white cloth In to
Johns River narrows here and
crossed at this point as far 1882 a Scottish resident renamed the
can be traced. The community Melrose and soon a large
Next history hotel built for winter tourists.
Legislature : Indians called it "wac- was
meaning"place where cows William Lawtey MICANOPY (Alachua County-
When the British gained posses Named for Mikanope, chief of the
Pac-Man means one thing to a video this trend." He, himself, 'Florida in '1763, the name Seminole Indians at start of war In 1835.
PAC contributions. Cow Ford. In 1823, under urg LAKE BUTLER (Union County- In 1837 a military post was establishedat
member the but 'quite another to a Islah D. Hart a settler from Named for Col. Robert Butler who this site. The first white colonist
of State Legislature U.S. Senator Mann, with some Georgia, streets were laid out received the surrender of East Florida reached the area in 1817 to settle a land
Congress or any other politician in office tion it seems to is, is partic settlement was named in honor from the Spaniards on July 10, 1821. Infighting grant of 290,000 acres owned by Don
or seeking to get in office. posed to the practice of PACs Jackson who had led the the Indians on the north side ofa Fernando Arredondo of Cuba. '
the Indians in Florida. 420-acre lake at this location both MIDDLEBURG Clay County-
money to candidates even Col. Butler and the Indian cbld were Located on Black Creek settlement
HEIGHTS (Clay ColIn-
To Rep. Frank Mann, ''veteran have no opposition and : to the older town of killed and buried on the spot A settlement was first known as Carey's Ford (or
member of the Florida House of little if any re-election of the lake by started on the south side of the Ferry). Middleburg was a thriving
Representatives who recently ran for an incumbent officeholder Broookl died out when the lake probably the 1840s and the town in the early 19th Century with
town and the lake were both named for cargo ships traveling Black Creek to
from of town started
and Senate seat the fered such usually a new was
won an
open ,
money Col. Butler. Lake Butler had been the and from the St. Johns Rivers, and
John of Pitt--
Fort Myers area PAC man means an or other vested interests in by Lawrence
Pa. who named it In honor of county seat of New River County in routes to Tallahassee and Interior
undesirable influence in state and na- cumstances (no opposition) State." 1858, and the county seat of Union Coun- towns like Starke Newnansville,
tional government that is threateningthe to nothing more than a ty in 1821 when Bradford County was etc. Because of water transportation
of Senator Mann declares.His LAKE (Clay County- divided at New River to create a new and land routes this location was important
integrity our political
process. .to Morris's book, was named county. during the Seminole Indian
PAC stands for Political Action Com- bill would prohibit Kingsley. one of wars. Fort Heumann was located near

mittee, any one of a number of well- local and county offices most prominent plantation the point where the North and South
and slave traders during the
heeled groups that sometimes claim ting more than $100 from period. Klngsley's home of Fort The Indians Called It Prongs of Black Creek; meet.

they are donating large sums to office Candidates for the House Island la now a state park and "Alligator"LAKE 'NEW RIVER(once a county and still
holders and seekers "in the interest of no more than $150 per PAC, attraction. According to an old a river-The 3fith County created Dec.21.1SS8 .
at the
same time as Suwannee
good government." But usually their candidates no more for however, Kingsley who Lake was County. Both were formerly part of Columbia
a Capt. Kingsley fought
idea of good government is based on Statewide candidates could Wars. He Is said to have CITY' (Columbia County)- County. New River remained on

the premise once used by a General to $500 per PAC, while by hostile Indians on Originally called Alligator In Indian the map only onyears,being renamed
Motors officials ,who proclaimed, didates would be limited to side of the lake and escaped War days, the town was renamed in Bradford in honor of
is his horse to the north 1858 because of its location on a large Capt. Richard Bradford Confederatewar
"What's good for General Motors bill would prohibit lake. hero.
good for the Government." Most PAC didates from accepting the animal died of exbaua-.
\ World War 11, aviators OCEAN POND 1700 acre lake in
groups, of course, perceive that. what'sgood whatsoever after the close Kingsley "Silver Dollar Lake" LAWTEY (Bradford County-* Baker County near place where the
for the" Government "Is based1" / eriod. ; .Fig"I; of Itaround shape which made ,; by colony of 20 people "Rattle of Olustee was fought.The battle :
largely on what's good,/for their industry -' bill i!: ; e.saver dollar from th *ir,\ uE.ran, nbCh1a77 .Leader of the group ,: on Feb.30, 1884 resulUdin Confedera 'CI'IJ'Jj
The Mann is endorsed; Gds 1I1''caauaiUe kiUedTIW J
-or profession. : &lp la"1ao naun J thi *of M ; :
mon Cause which says, A'rA1 achus County: j- Set. town Lawtey for his ionin-lawTViUiam"J "missing. ttaUMl losses were 203 ed M

Senator Mann, probably won't win access to legislative time prior to 1885 by people Lawtey. The earliest settlement in they 1152 wounded and 9M missing. After

...any popularity contests among the special interest groups ,Wis., which derived its Last area grew up around a saw mill this decisive defeat Union forces were
:=:legislators at the forthcoming the election an Indian ball game played operation operated by Capt. T.J.Burrin turned back and confined to Jacksonville -
taking over spot where the town was built. the railroad St.
on just south of Lawtey. It Augustine, and Fernandina.To .
legislative session. He intends to introduce far, lawmakers in both the is known for its productive was shown as Burrin on early.Florida -
a bill placing serious limitations Senate have shown little maps. ( be continued.)

: on the amount of political Influence posing money-giving

: the PACs can gain by virtue of the well-funded lobbying '.

r generous contributions made to those ply them liberally with food, '
who; aspire to officer as well as those entertainment during the ." _. ,'") &;\; f',1'

=who're already in ofnce.B .session, in addition to BVT.V... .' :.- ;':*> '
ding. t Agent's Notebook
"The growing influence on the y Bradford County Age" .. ,,'-Wli ;,

political process by PACs, both on a Senator Mann says that 1)). I rt 'q'ti'i.1: '. "

s national scale and throughout Florida cept such funding makes it j "lft: {lib

sis democratic a frightening distortion" Senator'of Mann the cian act as in a statesman the all-important rather Planning Home Gardens Saves Time 'and Money'n"","b.* '''

= process water for irrigation. Many gardeners'sur favorabM! soil application of organic\
decision-making. a home garden this spring? If
2 "We need to take to
says. steps reverse done seme planning. round their garden with a fence sufficiently materials such manure and eompost.Y' >
We agree. thishave a success. Good high and close'woven to keen out Silver Queen variety earn:ls'w"nite"andGolden j
i poultry,dogs rabbits and children., Such
save you a lot of time and a Cross Bantam variety .ls.jrel4W.|
fence not only the garden,but also
you will make your garden a serves aa a trellis protects for pole beans,tomatoesand However varieties differ:,. not,rwaly",'inv!
Askew May Benefit for you and your family. other crops needing support. physical appearance, butt, alce/in .ate
considerations in your plan ways as., internal quality resistance to
the selection of a site proper LocateCthe garden in full sunlight'ifpossible diseases and climatic .
and varieties and a paper plan *If you must choose, morning exposure varieties iCogested in
r From Delegate Selection Change of vegetables. Later to full sunlight is more beneflcialc Gardening Guide','.(
soil fertilizer than afternoon exposure. Put root crops.'., In our cote at the Agt .
bedding and planting, cultiva .tomatoes, corn potatoes, cucumbers and*I i I Srke7 because thy
sometimes raucus \ insect and disease control melons In as full sunlight as possible.Host J.t..tuccpwful! to KWd:
i Action committee of the State
by a and using. of the leafy crops can .withstand more'shade. 'fkemi( to .
caucuses since delegates "
| Democratic Party in endorsing a pleasure a.'74
listed directly: on the ballot. O tablea may be grown in '
winner-take-all delegate selection process our area if grown in Tree and shrub/ roots compete'with' A plan of the garden should be
s for the 1984 Florida presidential of winner-take-all argue that seasons. Even crops: such as vegetable plants for nutrients and water. en paper"1nI the location of cad'crop
primary, is generally regarded as ai.boost work to the disadvantage of rhubarb and globe artichokes If the garden must be located near trees... the i amount to .be planted on each,
: to the forthcoming campaign of and would discourage : experiences for many shrubs dig a ditch 1% te 2 feet deep and 'date crops to follow earlier ones, and the.arlety
other states from entering although these crops: are not place roofing paper or a sheet of plastic of each vegetable to bepy rated. No
E ex-Governor Reubin Askew for theparty's here. film with one tide of the trench. Refill the ene plan will suit the needs of everyone;
: presidential nomination. preferential primary. ditch soil to form a barrier to roota. develop your plan from the Information...'
Since more and more & e that are liked by you proper varieties spacing and date of planting *
Generally can
Under such a system,skew who is family Other considerations you grow a goodgardal given .In the
"Vegetable Gardening
the winncr-take-all wherever weeds win
Florida'spresidential adopted grow
of and the '
likely to be the frontrunner in the size your garden that .GuIde."- -
electing delegates Florida are low and wet during
could of the vegetables., agar
preference primary in season A fertile,easily I'll discuss other eonslderatioaa U later
I pick up all 143 of the state's delegates ifs entirely justified doing 'will be'bandy to plant but other soils such as sand may be used' articles. In the meantime, call your Ceuni -
he wins in all of its 19 congressional otherwise its,"favorite son" harvest if it la near the Since some gardeners have little choice .in i ty Agents office If.you have any questions

: districts. Under the system now in effect would be at a distict the garden nag; a source off soil, they. can greatly, Improve. an lilt or. problems.. ,, ,IN., 1:,.<-

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I percentage of votes he (orphI>obtains Floridians generally' are ''' J CountyL...... rrd... aatyFerestt.. .."
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Aside from assisting Askew to get recognize him as a man of eJ"'U :,Stand' Analyme Recommended for ,lWGro. ::: ..wen. ; :;, .,r.'',,,/';, I
is that
It only right w. I
the nomination 'him'aJl of integrity ''' ;
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; : of should do everything possible as they stand In the forest ;Thia'analysis h simply a "Ir.tessionalevaluation '. ,.tiQ.. -:-t.: as-rnaiitnlatu. "
delegates advocates
143 that he goes to the National dot ns to hundreds of dollars, of the tlmllerCCIIIdKUIey: ( ,: .. e, \ ",;:' ,
the winner-take-all system believe it landowner will be certain. to, exist on The valuaUfmi Can' I'. '
: would give the state more political Influence : armed with the complete. timber he owns. ,be *- yooutriforest county forester an InCduatrhil the ether's inre

: and Also eliminate' Abe, qualified support of its r often,a landowner won't real fereater, era: .,private' conawlUut d.* 'many Iondsw.ten. a**_
true value of his Umber and .toreatsry-t: ; arms ..-. '

= small payments, '''A is eva >a iMi'should! answer such basic1'v. ', ,
.s* more money than : type of facet products ION Aa : ,
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;& ; 'f" qufMHy; whcUier markets exist tw, or kinds
( .. WMIed that all landowners 'the protett and where located as well a* ....... be .
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.. L' timber stand analysis, the current prices; ,sjvowtb rate of re .. ...
to guide them in marketing limber and noteasfal tut growth'of'.Mw of t jrtatry- &OM.in
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February 11.111I3 TELEGRAPH Pae6A
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Cheri Wall /Ronald Norman 1r Oc

I 'Married FebiS: ;; tit Blending :. The' Social ',Side;.;' '

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1'j' (here Vonda WqlL (daughter. of : wedtfihg: gowri which had a high nooli ,1'O < The :' :1 '*
and Mrs. Wayne !-M*.Wa& crf Edwin! |lwtttLlacoset'bff 'wjtlv!' double'late: : 'J' ;: -
became the bride of Ronald that went all the way around -, ,1'1 i
Norman, son of Mr;Mid Mrs. Eugene the bodice. The front was accented Society Editor, r/;;:; ::1.J
W, Norman of Starke on Saturday with drawn up bows on each side with 5 '
.'. Feb.3,at 6p.m. in the Camp Standing' lace underneath and had a long train, 964-1608' New&.:. "
Chapel with; Harold Dowdy of with the top layer In lace. Her head j ORotarians'
\ ,' Jacksonville performing\ t the nuptials. piece was set off at the top with lace ,? 4 O ," ',,; ':, ,. .'
and flower where it connected to the
(r Centering i *>ll tw 't'4 head. The front of the veil hung : '
the altar were ,floral overthe" *' /''>/ifrMd ; : i .FP.' ', :';: !
arrangements with a. spiral face and the back of the veil was : } '
candelabra '' I knee length. She carried'' a cascade ::
wltftburning, Jtupers.ln, the Honor RotaiyfAnrs: ;
background. ', ''bouquet of white orchids: and baby'sbreath < )
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Mrs George:Canova"organfsl'andf, i iA' reception was held at the AtVdjJht.r: t: [
Miss Cindy Canova,and Kevin Neil,, ,Officer's- Club at Camp Blending $ .ne Din'ner
soloists, presented a program guests were greeted at the door I
tlal music., f r by Carolyn Eaves! the wedding direc- The Starke NotaryClubenteit> t ltd 'Part they play In backing up the linen. ;:
i i '>*;- 'H4i" their; wives at the annual St':Valen in their' many worthwhile servi' ': # '.
Perry' Nlcula. o( CawU-y served ajj': tine's Rotary Ann dinner Friday nightat and projects for the community: : t y
best man. Ushers were Randal Nor. ," Standing in the receiving'line were the Starke Golf and Country Club. As the guests arrived the Ja Jh:s
., man, brother of the ,groom,! fat the bride and groom, ,their'parents, David and Mary Shoemaker enter- were pinned with a red and white tar ". -
Skaggs ,of' Gainesville and Jimmy, renta,attendants and ushers tained with several piano numbers 'nation corsage. .
Newman, cousin of the groom ,;" ,Jennifer Newman ,kept, the bride's r before the dinner and after dinner'' The head table' carried out' the :.i
book. they played the piano and sang four Valentine theme with a white linen
i if love songs in keeping with the Valen- cloth with red runner and red hearts ;
MIsS> Patty MuHins attended as 'The brl de'a table was centered with, f tine theme. decorating the skirt. The table was! ,
maid of honor. Bridal attendantswere 'a stairway cake, made by the bride's* f1 r ? President Jim Duncan introduced centered,with a red and white Valentine -::
Gayle Nicula of Lawtey, Andrea mother, and was decorated with' 'Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson of centerpiece. The other dining .
Waterhouse of Starke 'and Mary .mauve Icing. Gladys Ayer and Debbie'' Gainesville as' guests of honor. Mr. tables also had red runners across the
Wright of Lawtey. They were gowned Vaughn cut the cake. Tina Faulk cut, ,Anderson, president-elect, district center with bud vases holding red and :
alike in burgundy velour dresses with the groom's cake. governor from Gainesville spoke of white carnations. Country Club pro ,
lace bodice and lace on the sleeves: k in the Importance the wives are to the Herb Herres was in charge of. the ,'
They wore flowers In their hair and at the fountain > members of the Rotary and the I great decorations.
Presiding punch
carried silk. floral
bouquets to match
were Sharon Norman and Monies

dle.their dresses with a candle in' the mid- Carter.decorated A,with champagne greenery fountain ,was, Women! : of SLMorks Have Program.on' Prayer I

Stacey Ritch, cousin of the' bride In keeping with,the approaching President Mrs. Thomas' presidedover' "
was flower Lent Mrs. Herbert Thomas the ':'
girl and Freeman' season business meeting whereplans :
,Hegiater IV was ring.bearer. Following a wedding trip to Jekyll 1 gave the program on the subject of were made for the Diocese:?:=". ,
The bride, given in marriage by her Island, Ga. the couple II residing, at Prayer at the Women of St. Mark's ECW Open Board Meeting to be: held : I I
father, designed and made. her own Klngsley.Lake. regular meeting in the Parish House .at St. Marks on Feb, 15. '
Mr.and Mrs.Ronald ,
Norman on T\I"' evening, F"h n.

I ,: Strawberries and All That Jazz" Theme For This Year's Strawberry :Queen Pageant"Strawberries 1: I

and aU that Jazz" Diana Crawford, 17, is a senior at' Contestants willIe Judged on the rangements for this special event. 'class'by Amaro Modeling Agency in the Bradford County Fair;The winner
will be the theme this year for the 21st BUS and la the daughter of Mr.a nd basis of beauty, poise, personality, The Chamber Commerce will be Orange, Park.Applications. will also receive a scholarship for an .
;, Annual Bradford County Strawberry Mrs. Neil Crawford"Diana is sponsored and will compete, in street clothes, giving silver bowls to the queen and for the Pageant can be eight-week( improvement course at*
Queen Pageant which will be held by the Florida Bank at Starke. sportswear; .swimsult and 'evening runner up. Local merchants, and 'picked up at the BUS office and MiUchell's the Amaro Modeling Agency in!
I" Saturday, March 26, at 8:00 p.m. at Paige Roberts, 17,,Is a senior at gown. Only two judges will know the businesses have given very generously Drug Store. Applications must Orange Park. ,
the Bradford High School auditorium. BHS and Is the daughter of Mr. and identity of the five Judges, which are this :year, as in the past. Some of' be returned to Mitchell's Drug Store.A .
; As of Monday, Feb. 14, three lovely Mrs. D. C. Roberts'of Starke. selected from outside i of ,Bradford the activities planned for, the contestants black and white photo must accompany f
I'' young ladies have signed up for the, Holly ,Smith,' 17; is a junior at' County. > "s': i include: A Pageant Orientation the application. Each applicantmust For more Information call conies-;
Pageant. Deadline is Friday, March Keystone High, School. Holly is ,the .The Pageant Is sponsored by''the! ; hair styling demonstrations by get a sponsor.There Is a$25 en-' tant, chairpersons, Christie Torode.i
4. Only{ the first 15 applicants may daughter of Mr...and Mrs. Joel Smithof Junior Woman's Club of Starke. Club NuWaves; ,make-up demonstrations try fee. 833-2SOS; Tracy Torode, 9644166! orfl
,\ enter. Crystal Lake. members are busily making'uar-/, by Esther Hardee; ; and, ,a modeling This year's winner will reign'over Tina Brown at 984-71155.1. r,
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I Starke; Woman's Club Has, Program On Thailand and Its Traditions, at Luncheon,:.: .; ', ; _I

Mrs. Malee Sarnt presented an Interesting devotional on St. Valentine and being Titus. Club members honored for' Antique and Collectible Show and Mrs. Malee Sarnt who presented a Hostesses for the meeting were' ,
program on Thailand at the too busy to pray. The'Woman's Club, outstanding involvement during the Sale to be held at the Bradford County, program on Thailand, featuring two Mrs. Thelma Jennings; chairman;
Woman's Club of Starke luncheon- quartet, consisting of Mrs, Marjorie month of January were: Mrs. Betty' Fairgrounds March 18, 19 and 20. young ladies from the University Mrs. Lucille 'Green, Mrs. Florede
,, meeting on Wednesday,.Feb. 9 with Thomson, Mrs. Evelyn Griffin, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Roxanne Ruckdeschel, Mrs. Marjorie Thomson, chairmanfor Florida who danced traditional Thai Spears, Mrs.,Lee McGriff, Mrs. Lou:
Mrs J. D. 'Warren, president. Lucile Green and Mrs. Mona Canova, Mrs. Evelyn' Griffin and Mrs, Anne the Partners in Project work to dance and a film depicting the beautyof Sanders, Mrs. Malee Sarnt, Mrs. Pate
presiding.. sang the G.F.W.C. Club Gollect.They' Whlffen. beautify the area, expressed the the country of Thailand. Mrs. Sarnt ScogQ ins, Mrs. Roxanne
Mrs.Lucille Crews gave the invoca- will also represent the Starke club at Mrs. V.,J.: Spengler''announced the Club's appreciation for the work be- was assisted by Mrs.Muriel Norman.A Ruckdeschel,Mrs.Betty Baldwin and
tional and International Affairs the Arts and Crafts Show to be held in' ing done on the Mary O. Wainwright Mrs. Carol Osteen. '
pel PlJ't\'l1! ; \ nl.1tith..Mrt',1"2-I} ggn"nt-Lake City on Feb 25. _. ,'! ,''1, .'City Park by Mrs.Alicia Homrich and large display of memorabilia from ,
,i, ngll.'thalrn.lln s n etiar.. ? t ilia, ijijhe Club!,'welcomed" Are*' new" public invited fld U..if'jl'trii' Wion>j!1. tier group of 4-H students and the City Thailand was shown end each huta '
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N> .rl ".,Jnemberf'Mr} *.'__JF; Ellis'Byrdy'MW"! !pnaklngprojectl: ";': > *.(-.. 11,_"'!"of Starke Street Department cheon table was centered with aThai. J, 'the ;Methodist ,Wom n 'Sunday L .;
M'..r '' s IJ',.fI UU..II1.IJI1JIII F"Y'" .N.i,.' ;wne >TIt:!' It'i!$ ilnQ Mi'I. 8 t, ce C;T";?TOfs." orencquod. >{epo rteop4,,> .. Mrs. X. M. Smith at birthday lurp
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Freddie Stephens returned last Mr and Mrs. Charles Sanders 'ofTappahannock. Mr.'and Mrs. Gerald Griffis have { ,
> Thursday after undergoing surgery Va.,, brother' and returned after a 16-day visit with their t
Feb. 3,in Portsmouth, Va. His wife, sister-in-law of Mrs. Guy Andrews, son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry The
Vonda and mother, Mrs. John C.: are spending this month at the An-' Griffis and new baby son in Portland.. Community
Stephens-were him-during the ,drews cottage at Kingsley,Lake.
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operation and accompanied him Bhannbandh and ,Charuey
',.hme. Dale Porter of DesMolnes, 'Ia. Watana were the winning couple at
entertained his cousin, Mrs. Bill Rink Duplicat Bridge Tuesday night. Marjorie ', Bank
randMrs.. :Herbert 'Thomas and aunt,Mrs.Mildred Bellizzi at din Thomson and Evelyn Griffin i
spent Wednesday to Saturday at their ner in Gainesville Wednesday night of were second and Betty Burke andt .
?11; camp in the Ocala Forest. On Saturday last week. ,Sarah Owens,were third.Little' ,
their guests were Elzle Sanders Your home ownedand
and sons Eric!: and Paul. "III ,Mrs., Males 'Sarnt, Mrs. 'Vicky &
li')rtt1.' 'to l McKinney, Mrs. Joan Canova and A
ff1 Patricia

.:">.IM. r"MA.I'..: ;-!'!\I.IiC.. ;'48),("'.. Liberace Mrs. Marjorie show Thomson,at attended the Civic the celebrated her, second McClenaghan birthday Feb.6 .r in'' operated bank
at.a given by her aunt, Mrs.
lit w Mrs. L. H. Gibson. Auditorium Tue tay'nlght, Feb.. '
J8 U IUC'1.." '!95 'C' Charles Wilkison on Pratt street.Five
"''MJS,9'irt'd 'fJn'iII Coot ge3:W"f-.Brow( Mrs.'Marian Brown;of Lincoln, Ill. little friends helped Patricia '

Itk. TJMI'StoneI';; In' ,!ls. guest of. Mrs. L, H.,Gibson,for ten celebrate the occasion' with cake and
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; First' ,Baptist Youth Have, :i Church of God Youthalentine''Banquet .' ,

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"cowboys' were hosted Saturday of shiny red apples and Church of God was the setting Tor the '' llug eaau'IlI.' "Th*/U>v o/. God;" A,,
night with a Youth Valentine banquet greenery in a fabric nlcbasltet-In Youth, Department Sweetheart'ban- game was played by all and an inspiring
I Western style with red and white t quet Saturday: Feb'13';at S p..m: message, brought by' special'
ranch style setettingccompplewith with ,gingham hearts A large red and' The Western'' theme ;was 'carried speaker Rev. Ron Peeples ofGalnesville
corral white bow completed the motif. Antique 1 ,. throughout the banquet hall with the on Us" heart,, The
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> (provided by Ken Elixoa) against brass hurricane lamps added to theme "Cowboys (plus) Cowgirls benediction was glydrt' by the pastor ,
= *a background mural of a large bam ,die Western Rancho abd08phere.I (equal) Love." .' Walter Monti t'd- "'onwj ,II
trees, ,and surrounding The The evening with r.r.yey.., the wall behind thtifieai!'t.table .
= yard. I was highlighted was The' servers: for the occ sqr!!!Mr. 11
large mural covering the wan and the presentation of' V a mural of two horses phi. _. ems we swe w. \00-- le do
contemporary ;surround and Mrs, J.. C. Griff, Mrs. Helen "'" a... M Ha*
= ,painted by Millie Tuttle of Keystone Christian music and a most<< entertaining with hearts.: A huge fence'rail was Wells Mrs. Oscar Davis, Mr. and* ,=lawass.ww.te.n..r: i.amete**.! efr.f..w.s1aI:
a Heights was effective and realistic as, skit by Miss Debbie Elbon, Contemporary along the wall behind the head-Rable' Mrs Bill Johnson*(Mr. and Mrs. Sam rrw.t w.is Ve tin s _at tin_wt, M Mfr wrsy we.
e the background for the haystack and Christian Music Artist holding; ,a.saddle; spu)'\' a gun'and Hunter, Chaplain. Larry Shook/ and ..,powaMo/wA rate moire tw-.,
"' corral, large cactus*: laddies: and from North Central Baptist Church of, holster and cowboy haU-Fence! falls Ms..Jean! Corbett were all attyrea\ as i '
$ lanterns; Numerous western ranch- Gainesville. She had as her special were placed- In tb8 "windows with cowboys and cowgirls and serjfeqap-! 1>I ,::3Sr H&n BLOcK''

=== house props were placed around the guest Gene Painter; cupids wearing cowboy hats atop the proximately 80 guests. ., i:nhley'r"'Nh!:'".=.__
tC= room at points of interest" .The menu Included Prairie Grass. rails. At the far end of the room was a The youth meet every tWednesdaynight N.alalimi.alL
is: Centered in the room and suspended '(Cole Slaw); Rodeo Winner (Steak); X* hay loft where pictures of the coupleswere at 1:30 p.m. at the church at 4221, '

= from the ceiling was Valentine, 'Potatoes In Bunks (Baked Potatoes); Robert;picks '. taken -by Mrs.. Farelon Me- N. St.Clair street with youth.leaders/ ,, Stark Keystone Heights
= red and white bear couple which were Ranch House Special (Barbeque Baked ,! Clellan. Mrs. Charles Schmitt, Mr. Farelonr :964 N. Temple Kaplan Stops Nt 31,,
= swinging in art opeo heartrburlap' Beans); Desert Rocks (Hot Rolla); Robert Scott Hicks Hearts hung from ceiling; and McClellan and Miss Robin May along I 6 11I412I&4733114..
e:: wrapped swing for a western look. Cowboy's Delight (Tea); and guitars, banjos cowboy'' hats; guns with'Pastor MonU ..
'Suspended also from the ceiling were Strawberry Roundup (Ice Cream Wins. AwardRobert and holsters were used throughout the '1" "
red and white gingham hearts and with Strawberry Glaze). ..., room A11111.111111 ..
western. straw hats. Among the approximately lie)attending Scott Hicks placed first The,T-shaped tables were covered
Rope down the with "special' ranch house guests runner-up and won the best dressed with red and white,:checked cloths r Dr. Dennis Connaughton
[fabric red and white gingham hearts were: Rancher (Master of award in the Florida Sunshine with a covered wagon placed on the '
,I gave the red covered tables the Ceremonies) Rev. Ben Bryant and his pageant held last weekend in Starke. head table flanked on either side with .(Associated: Dr. Harry' Gruen,.)
,western valentine look. Added to the cowgirl Valentine, Dot; Foreman Robert previously has won the 1962 red burning oil lamps. Placed down, '
: = /''Western' theme 'were.- burning oil (Minister of Education) Doug Sides Dream Boy Pageant, placed second the length of the table were horses J Now AnnouncesEVENING
lamps and small, cactus. Place set and his Valentine, Donna; Campfire runner-up in the 1962 Hemisphere: oil ;; covered wagons and old -
'tings were marked with cowgirl and Director'' (Minister of Music) Bill pageant and was in the ten finalists fashioned candy jars holding Valentine .
'cowboy place cards made by Floyd and his Valentine Gail and IOn the 1982 state Hemisphere pageant. candy. Red and white napkins DENTAL SERVICES >
C Judy Goodowns and daughter, Vicky. David; and Trail Master (Director of Robert Is four years old and the son were tied with roping cord.and heart
w The cards were held by large gumdrop Sunday School) Jimmy Crosby. Sr. of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hicks of suckers. 6-9 PM
,. stands. and his Valentine Helen. The Youth Raiford. Special thanks go to Leila's was presented by the' Tuesday Thursday
The head table was also covered In presented a birthday cake to Mrs. Dress Shop for sponsoring Robert in Youth Department after a delicious
red and accented with rope and red Helen Crosby, whose birthday was. the pageant. meal was served. Mr and'. Mrs. 459 W. Call 964.5152.

......, .gingham hearts was centered with a Feb. 13. Charles, McKinney! did a rendition of p .
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I Methodist Youth Guests IEAGLEIeagle's

For Sweetheart Banquet


rg The youth of First United Methodist Laurie Mullins- Chairman of Campus prices are, I

::::: Church were guests of the United Ministry, presented the program
S3 Methodist Women at a Valentine Banquet which included two skits. Glenn Polk '
Sunday evening In Fellowship was master of ceremonies for the
:Mx Hall. "male" beauty pageant with the
S The hall was decorated in the 'lovely' winner Jayme Womack taking ower.

;:: Valentine motif with each table the spotlight.The 'N yeen 1 per? L .s.7orM > a : ,
surround1 ps
I ea second skit was a promotional i "w ., ,
e i inieres were given the young ladies for the church Softball team where all v r SALE THURSDAY, ,
=; and young men. Red, pink and white the team maneuvers were savings I Up to 'FRIDAY a SATURDAY .
=- streamers were hanging from the demonstrated. by less than qualified "
:;:: i ceiling and flowers were used ladies. G"
:a throughout the ball, all.In.the.Valentine The dinner was prepared and serv- r WeR e. J .
:sea: theme. 'ed by members of the IJMW under the 49,
5SS1 Approximately 40 youth and theirfollowed direction of Oleeta Hardenbrook. '.1

a sitdown dinner, Local Church Activities Chairman
1ti. by games prepared by Sun and President Carolyn Eaves 101,
day School teacher Denise Adams Nancy Roberta was In charge of'
:: l. ,Prizes were awarded to the winners. decorations, she was assisted by the o
25' Door prizes were also given out. youth council. aGar

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. -Showers-
., ... '' aMrs. '... t., '.. u .,...., .. .,... ..... ....,..' !( a Styled for good rooks and aatycara In poly38 -
; ;/ : '" i. : ; v. ) O. )tit .ear/o IMiJn _11n. F_s name 5.
Ronnie VYhiteheadrStork ,. .8rldal.S..ow.! .... .. t." '. .: .64 494 1' rnlqb pnf' "".."' /..."."." ') .;. IIY'Solid.. 3ft"2.
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Shower Honor ... :
For Shelly Slks POLAROID 1.
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Mrs Ronnie WhItehead of Starke Miss Shelly Sikes, March 4 bride- J WERE 10 SB 3 WIAI4.86 ,
was honored at si stork shower Tues elect. was honored at a bridal shower '99$8'VAt.0I, : IMM
day night, Feb. 1,given by Mrs.Jack Tuesday night Feb.8. at the Madison MEN'S CASUAL MEN'S SCENIC.
Bailey, Mrs. Joe Thornton, Mrs Ellis Street Fellowship Hail. 27 GOLF JACKETS PRINT SHIRTS .....,..-
Griff, Mrs. John Manning and Mrs., Hostesses were Mrs. David 9DnICOUNTPRCE" 79* 1 pond Poly nl root r/cotlon, pockets btand.8-XL zlp- Wuhtble Long _. tapered body,
Edwin Mosley at the Emmanual Baptist Lawson, Mrs. Oren Derkman, Mrs. WAS 1M WAS 131 nylon
Church Recreation Hall. Rhymer Howell, Sr. Mrs. Roger
The refreshment table covered'with Dansby,Mrs. Harold Leaps,Mrs Lyse Just aim and shoot,Ih*ocnwrnMKOnWtKMIIIy Premium 1IOnCIet"1 oil..xScones quality BM S-roH
was Williams. Mrs. TUlman Richardson tOOUMM 11_. tends 6f@Que" f
'enQlne pack. Super*Ott and gentta +e. _
a white linen ckth'and
Mrs. Kenneth Etheridge, Mrs. Wayne
with an arrangement of baby blue and Groves, Mrs. Tommy Thomas, Mrs.
pink carnations. Punch cake mints 'Mw .r its Q 7 DISC WeAs7t
Cary and Mrs. Robert
: PRICE' / r
nuts were served. Mathews. '{ r tp3o1p
Games with prizes were enjoyed by 'Games with and
the 25 guests which included Mrs Vic refreshments were enjoyed the MCM'S COLLAR e L"Afittv imwt ,
by 33
Frees and POLO BNIRTSerot bEi "KMT
Mrs. Leslie Whitehead.
Co The guests during the party hours 4 tot/Cott t { t iar/tlbit Ft'P4t4
honoree hostesses'presented.with the A Valentine theme was carried out } ,6irr.gl, b a 'erg.AWboaoe fo
a babyswing' as a. In the table decorations. In the centerof
memento of the occasion. lei
: a M M oninnt0as
the table were hurricane lamps
with red candles encircled with wERE u t 9t .
Mrs.'Man Hull magnolia leaves and a garland of ivy ROLL-UP 1.941 texat
encircled the punch bowl. The cake MEN'S HATS v
Stork Shower. Honor. was decorated in red and white with a 'YOUR' WERE UP a s.rib Solid colors w/coo- 588 r ap f) .1
I % peat bands. d6 n ebe;
large heart in the middle with the cur a2.ee CHOICE Jo 1.4? ? inetOt F .1I
Mrs. Matt Hull was honored at a pies names,Shellie and Al in the mid- ,,1 MEN'S OOUBLB ,. ,I b atss Mrf abx s,1up I
stork shower Jan. 31 at the home of dle. AM/FM STEREO KITCHEN GADGETS KNIT WALK SHORT ,RiJL) B
Mrs. Fred Dobbins on Parker Street. Among those attending Were the JOG RADIO ,Utility knife,wood tnvat, S pa. magnatto hoMara, Polynlv. bl loops, nl Agson IOp
Radio plus aupanio.htataroo t po. aerawln hook, Paper Iowa hoMar./tea eraam pockd Solid, 30.1 my dc'1ort
Co-hostesses .. !
were Mrs.' Vernon Red honoree "
mother, Mrs. Virginia .P611' P"1
haadphqnaa. coop ataamor basked nylon poon/apatula sat .r Iv, 1 0 rt7
dish, Mrs. Lennard Register, Mrs. Sikes and mother of the prospective. ,Mova raHaotor pan.1 pa. lS4mrsat, a I. 14r .oc-u4ar-Mun, 't 1

Edward Hartley. Kimutis. and Mrs. Mike ,groom, Mrs. Albert Chapman,. ''I.' {vI M ,at

The 35 guests were seated la the
,. family room around the fireplace Mrs. Mark'Mosly ..294Ar
where a short game was played with Stork Showr Honor 1 i tt Disc
Joyce Johnson winning the prize. Theguesta .r PRICE
were served punch and .cake BOVW POLO
decorated with Mrs. Mark Moseley was honored at KNIT SHIRT
baby animals ,
a stork shower Feb. 3 in the Asserted
Among the gifts Mrs. Hull received whifill,ONt
the Fellowship Hall of the Church of God.
hostesses gave her a playpen as a
r The ball was decorated In the
memento of the occasion., ,j 'theme with the color. of
Out-of-town W4 yellow. I NYLON OR VINYL
guests were J. M.'
f. Games were1 played' and'prizes
Hull and Mrs., Kate Snead from MINILUQOAoe,
Palatka. awarded. Refreshments were served 94 -a
and the hostesses Mrs. Mark Joyner, 881963 [ __.....711.i.1 .
,,Miss Donna Brantley Mrs. Joe White WAS 6.6dt' WAS 1.07 WERE 4.bb'' WERE 1.47 ft 8
Mrs. Jam** O""ls"t. and Mrs. Oscar Davis presented the OH LIGHT* 7 LO POOL ONE GALLON BOVS"DENIM MCN-S POCKET' : 7..oj.iJf.. .D ,
.. Stork Shower honoree with a' personal, gift as a EASY IRON TABLETS 4 ALOICIDS 'ACID.OAL.Haiiaaigaaa'own.., CUTOfP SHORTS* ,T-SHIRTS ftUJ.u
Honor. memento of the occasion.. ,team/dry Iron why Long wing 3" (at.> :, K l>and controls rrayatf bottom*{.Inarr1 "tint twak; loud color '" '\"" ; -
f.Mra.: hno*a tm lobs lau. Cniocloalt... V' aigaa. One gaHon K0 pod*)>*f<"''n<)-. ti ,lyn. Cotton.MURIATIC ..*-!!), pOMN voonon, s-xl.r \ ) '
James Griffls was honored at "1...{;.. .. ..11'U8
'Chris Butler ""'
ft a stork shower Feb.. 10 In the
[/ Fellowship Hall of the Church of God.. %.Shower' Honor. Mra IM n Et1' ,.10..1 1"
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The hall was 'decorated .in-the y' df FROM INDIA 1 NW for aar.ga" ,

!. Western Rocking Horse theme>with.. Chris t>Dobbs Butler; a recent bride, Po.' ..AO'II. ..
"' an Adopt-a-Baby boy and girl sitting was honored at a bridal shower Jan. r>iy- vll I.. .
on a fence rail with cowboy boots OJU 28 in the Fellowship Hall of the Starke .
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I." The gifts were received in a paypea! > Church of God.. "' : it; .+H ,1, ,
The refreshment table was covered The halt was gayly decorated In the I :w,., ,..
with a green cloth with an overlay of' Valentine theme ave 12%I OMana roamy Share, J' ..4S ., ..
with :
colors of red : '" .
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beige lace centered with a stork suer, 'and white. Games were played and 11 ox Raoular or Menthol WAS I.W. ;MI .wI. + ..1. +' ........" ,..... '4. .'I'
I c rounded with rocking horses Games:II .(prizes: \ :.awarded.' Fingerfoods and 1 ;saw. 24f .K/ MQ<_OoIod.t.: v-; .: :... ,. : : \. S' : were played and prizes awarded. ,', lemonade were served. ,' 0 ..*WAS 2.08U..HII..WM.... .trHUlMMV_., : ::. i! ,ot.0\.. ,.. 1\ '..... ., .. ,.

I -.The hostesses were Mrs.l#Helen, The hostesses Mrs J. C. Griffis roox.R N..41.RelllII..8prIl1l Rea. or Extra.. Hold, WAlII.I.:.;.,.;-...|I!!1rn:1,l'}."''r"; -.*,,N,,:i-::' I," ; B*,.. 4 s*>.J fy>r JP- ***.> >iL "':" _"... ,
Wr1a Mrs. FnC .
Zinitb, Mrs. J. T,. Mrs., 4S.. 'Williams. Mrs. Prescott save 221 '__****. Vi""" 417 ,i' Vfc; : .,.'.., .' '
-= Kirkland Mrs. Joey Reese and Mrs.I .- Gill Mrs. Bill Johnson and Mrs. S. J< too ._.WASt.e6.r...,.:......,..\.."*'....;;;.iJj; ...."*....,fw:. ::1; .j ,i' 2; .. i Vdrr-;''i.wfi*- 'ylfsiiSElc1i5w5: > S P' r r:! '
; Charles .Schmitt' presented .th<; s,'O'Steen presented the honoree with a '. :'Nv.40t.aM' 5*:i7; .,3.\; ,..: !7. q 8Jf.2"' It" 1 >/ & rt ,2 :
'rtw honoree a conage.1Id a Vaootriwr as..L. crock pot as a memento of the occasion. tiqhints. tOO Count. WAS t..27..JI14.; ......:....-I..p1.ii.mz. I : :. .i' 1 oliad?1 ; I wERSi9h1 )WEatfitw," 6pEl.K
j a memento of. the occasion. > -' .: *J save 17%I Vlct<8'"""",,,/.". ..flti l j ef'4t Axe "; gp"yi o 1;.;..,- )PAC 14d pmn..i:' ;; "" wo 7 / '
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j- 11 sa".1QwtTclo-- 1 '..* .. ;: ; /. stdpetk tt>dt: > .. ., to !
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Mrs. Fred l Wh...*;,. Sr. ? .h M .J yn.r. e s Ot., R Mkrt f...oa.w1 111191 .:lt.: .. ,..:. ..\.....,(,,,.:," 'aM>1 OItIO'I-'f"ljhOllllllt-ll.ptpar| 7rwMn warn.ga, wok indn.aa.l'"lraaa' 1.12r atSEm! jwiueaSri:: <$ ?

t Honored at Birthday! .Port/ Honored at.Brunch ,

'The home 'of Mr. and Mrs: Paul Mrs. R.andi.Joyner) and Mrs.. Mark When it i. comes to tjriC we don't kid around! '
Coney: Road was the scent :Joyner gave a brunch Feb. 14 at io:30f:
of a birthday party for Mrs. Fred: a.m. at Randy's home in Graham hthonor' ,
Wheeler Sr.,who celebrated her bir- 11 { ,
of tb8Ir' mnther-to-lawi I Mrs "/1
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rn. 4 .thday Monday Feb. 14.' I i Royce Joyner'l birthday. : ,t.J '* Starke'1 "f
"oII'.. ,; Family memben'Jz: cakeiee'; "'<, '-1 ..-enjoyed brunch and : : .","," .:Jh 1V' MII"Is> <"aSJ ,,,
cream -11 whtf:::!; feth>ova fflp together with arrs..Joyoer1-, )1: : ; '.. o-" ,, ... -' "
the honoree 0IMMd1w birthday Rifts. during the party hour*. 1

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St. Mark's Lenten Bradford Senior Citizens Double Birthday
Carter Singers FeaturedAt :
", Programs 'Have Valentino Lunchooiv Celebrated Feb. 6
: Begin
Greater Allen. ChapelThe ,

"".? WSt' Mark's will begin its mid-week Thirty-two members of the Bradford Jason Bryant celebrated his sixth
ty Lenten Program Carter Singers of Greater County Senior Citizens met Tues-, birthday Sunday, Feb. 6 with a double
L 23.'with. on Wednesday, Feb. Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Church day Feb. 8. in the Pratt .street birthday party with his cousin, Marie
parish supper at f p.m., in will be featured in gospel concert Sun- Recreation denier for a Valentine Blackburn.
J'I.l .the Parish House followed by a program day Feb. 20, at .3 p.m. at Greater covered dish luncheon and program. Jason is the son of Mr. and Mrs 100% Organic 66-6

0, .the Crow with"Fr Daley on"The. Way of Allen Chapel A.MJE. Church Red floral arrangements centered Roy Bryant and was six years old on with .5% Iron

I 4M. "'",, the tables that were gayly decoratedwith Feb. 13. Marie is the daughter of Mr. :GRANULAR FERTILIZER
Senior Citizen Valentines. and Mrs. Frankie Blackburn and T s
1. t. A Valentine was was
4 i, 'Tuesday Mar. 1.
!" *rt 6 p.m. followed, by Rabbi Allan supper Luncheon Feb. 24 placed at each place setting. two years old on Feb. I. I D FeR JZU FOR..LAWN.. AND GARDEN.. ,
Alter lunch and The 18 members
bingo was played family enjoyed a
r;; C.: Lhtr of .
Congregation B 'Nai
At Methodist ""
First I '
several members buffet and cake at 50 Lb:
'Israel,who will speak of the Passover added humourous supper birthday Bag
nntedotes the the home of the SR-18E. $ 5 7.
Bryants on
during program ;
: "and demonstrate a Seder. (Passover) Seniors of First United Methodist Buy All You Need 3'
I .
meaL Church Invite all seniors in the
j Wednesday Mar.9, a parish supperat to bring a covered dish and Join county themIn Pentecostal Apostolic RRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Now, Only 'J per bag

11 I 8 p.m. followed by a presentation the Fellowship Hall on Thursday, Sabbath Assembly Hwy 11 W. WsUra 71SERVICES Our Spndlng Service Not AvilUble" For This Salf!
on Marriage Encounter and Christian Feb. 24 at 12 noon. s norAZALEA
.Marriage as discipleship by Lon and Arnold Weeks, director of the Brad 10.00. Pqstor George Watson
am Saturday .
i I Dru Pardee. ford County Public Library will givea The Congregation invite You to
: On Wednesday Mar. 16, a series of talk on some of the resources the 7:30 pm Tuesday Come and Worship With Us ,
't, plays ill be presented by the Young library provides and answer ques- County Road 230A Starke Smiiy Ie....... . . . ..ISAMMenuif
11,1 People. of St. Mark, then a "Hymn tions about the library. WenMf.. . . .. .11 AM SALE
(#I Sins led by Nancy Green. All of this I Phone 473-2442 W.....-N..7 PM

*VlW ,foils!* ;m.v" ng. a parish supper, beginningat BHS Class of 1973 Amiraw Cain, FMtor. AlWstesm* ........., ....... . . .7:30 PM ,

Another: >arish supper'' on Wednesday Planning ReunionA .

Mar :27, at 6 p.m., followed by"The
r, Silent witness," an Inspiring planning meeting for a class reu- Good Rosha's Beautiful Landscape Azaleas.

film about the Crucifixion and the nion for the BUS class of 1973 will be tt/ Most Popular Colors. ': ",
Shroud of Turin.N held Saturday Feb. 26, at 5 p.m. at frsbts't4' '964-7570 597 RallonI Road
A special program of services is the home of Mrs. Joyce Riherd 1131 .

: planned for Holy Week, Palm Sunday E. Call St. Class members please try Hair CutS. . . . .' .' $4-00 In 1 Gal. Containers. $ 8'8
through Easter to attend. '1'

; ,: -: Shampoo &' Set ., . ... ,. $5.00 Reg.3.49 each

CV .... .F \ Hair Color %' : '. . ...1..extra $5.00 h or 10 for '16.70

.o' '.' .JJ1I SpecialPerm
Add more beauty to your home and the community with these... Come In

Wave'zotos( ): . '. $17.50 arty for fullest selection.
: .
<;. ,. ,Kacl Nicole Anderson,
1. ..t '. .. Give plants and

." Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Anderson of trees a good start FLORIDA
Lake Butler announce the birth of a -
3 >--,. Joel Matthew Hull, IIIM daughter Kacl Nicole born Feb. 14, PEAT
n In Alachua General Hospital. She
'* Mr.: and Mrs. Matt Hull announce Joins a brother Kyle who is 2Vk CenUlii Vitamin B 4Hirsisn
/ years Improves growing
h' ) birth of a son, Joel Matthew Hull old. u tyis reel
J" ; born Feb. 14 in Alachua General Maternal grandparents are Mrs. Land Homes, Equipment tJmulstor plus ftfttllztr condition., mix
| ospital.! f. Lila Barber and the late T. A. Dowl- for quick strong reel soma In when

Maternal grandparents are Mr. and ing of Lake Butler. t wise transplanting.
Irs. J. M. Edwards. Jr. of Starke. Paternal grandparents are Mrs. C 2e L--T.}
-'rternal grandparents are Mr and Viola Anderson and the late Rex E. March 19T
> Mri. J. M. Hull Jr. of Palatka. Anderson of Starke. JQuart 49$ Only {Ise
.1 L 1 Bushel Bag

:' braham Canfux, M.D. Bradford: CountyFairgrounds

General Medicine I. t1 LAWN & GARDEN CENTER

!{ Announces the opening of his office atL 539 E. Call'Street Starke

J STARKE PLAZA 0 For Information Call: 964-5745 IORIDA '

(Next to Pantry Pride) / Ronnie Newman 4681220Randy ES1ONTROI ,

t Hours: 9.5 Mon.-Ht.
'N Campbell 4737028NOTICE

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"- Ave." 11' '1, 0 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CEPT 2 acres more or CEPT all that port ol NE'/. FLORIDAI

-1.\0.; ;;: ; j ,, I. ... ... -The-Work ,cm.County .v "c*INTENT .,*... .,..:NOTICE UNDER I'.tm,,k. EIGHTH JUDIOAL rasa,. .part I culosty. ..ot..IU4..of- NW7. lying y I ".By:Marlon McRa.
... Rood 1 No.> 21-.consist' of ; FICTITIOUS NAWEi C Ctaki Y CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR described South and East o1 the "Deputy
.......,." ._ft"\ .,... ..., ... -.... TO REGISTER/ 4 ? as beginning perk
w ."", ''' .....-: INGO\t\ mot ;"........,, e"oyling find; ptper" wnfrois .. f 'irICT'TIOUS'NAMI' *''' + f W ;AiJIiii' kAMf BRADFORD COUNTY. at a concrete monumentset center II". of Alligator!, 1/27 4tch .2/17'f..AiAflQ11..4.IA
...' ., l i IIm.'oo..u-......;., ,," ,. .0'l I l har.by' '!0.Case No:82-'l 8-CA at the Intersection af II J...iGreek: ; all tha>tI.) ert bar"!V 1 \...... .
Notices stockpile located on the STATE FLORIDA .,,, Notice is I : the Westerly right of way NW'/i! of NE'A lying West IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
"- project. Finishing and COUNTY OF BRADFORD given that the undersigned FEDERAL LAND BANK line of State Road 1 00-A of the center line of BRADFORD COUNTY
EMORANDUM.' .priming tha llmerock Intends to register, OF COLUMBIA and the Southerly right Alligator Creek; oil that FLORIDA
link Ends of ...... base and placement of MARK V OLIN, with the Cferk\ of the ClrT Plaintiff, of way line of the Won. part of 5'/ of NE'/ of CIVIL ACTIONNO.
p TO: Pf "its of Pupils **> 'h t McGerlty Ban asphalt hot mix surface hereby give notice thai .. cult Court{* of Bradford vs. nee Branch of the NW'/i lying Northerly of S3-42
_ro"*- ,n the Bradford ho Intends J. M. EDWARDS JR., and Seaboard Airline the line af
to center
barn J., 1413-1982.0002. course on the now base.Compl.te registerwNh County Florida told
Chapte' I Program. .BETTY L. EDWARDS his Railroad and run thenceIn Creek all that
the Clerk o the Cir Alligator :
Mann J. Route 2, Box specification trade name of FLEET In ra the marriage of
FROM",Myrrf Lou Rohn. wlf. and VALERIE J.
cult Court for Bradford ; a Southerly direction of S'/t of NW'of!
Coordinator Chapter I 69 A, Stark, Fl 32091; are on file In theClerk'4 County. Florida the fit> FINANCENTER, 116 N. HALL. Tru.'.. In along the aforesaid port NW/4 lying northerly of DEBRA D. ROGERS Wife
ProgroHPVfilfit'- 0114-1982-0)2. office and may be titloui ,nom of "LANDOF Walnut St., Storke, Bankruptcy for J. M. Ed- Westerly right ol way the center line of and
Martin. Donald. Route abtol"." from Mr. Florida 32091 In compi WILLIAM A. ROGERS
DOUBLIWIDE! HOME wards Jr.. Casa No. line af said rood 140 feet Alligator Cr..k; and all
i '-"*."".. 1982-83 I. Box 395 Stark., Fl Gilbert S. Brown CI..... CENTER" and to lance with Sactlon 79-COO9S) JUnlted States to a point on the North that part of the SW'of Husband
eonaafi>ea ,>your child 32091# 018019820014. All bids must .be pro- business under engageIn that 865.09. Florida Statute District Court, Northern II". of NW/., of SW14, NW'/i lying Northerly it*
'.has been enrolled In the' Priest, Myrtle Est. of qualified with the Florida fictitious name with e Dated 1)\at Tampa; District of Florida which point Is 110 fool the center lln..iief NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
...B Is a federally 32091: OIOI-I982-OOO2. ,In Tallahassee business, at 1023 North February .'83. VALERIE!J.HALL Trustee of NWW! of SW'/, thence Section 6, Township, 7 : WILLIAM A. ROGERS ..
funded program that hoe Rock, John Rte. I, Box Florida. U.S. Highway 301, fe- In Bankruptcy for Betty L. continue in a Southerly South Range 22 East P. O. Box 263
provided.,selected Brad- 436 Ev Sta....' Fl 32n91; Either a Cashier check, Westslde, "; lowtey, FLEET FINANCE INC. Edwards, Casee. No.. direction along said road PARCEL E: All that part Toronto an.(06777.
.fordpuplls, with" extra. 1308-1922:00201'. or a bid band In the Florida 33050. BY.: DEAN MAXWELL 79-OO097, United States right of way line 70.23 of the fractional SV4 of
..hsp. ..owltlt Reading,'"this Rvde Io:. Elinor, 267 S. amount of five percent .BY:MARK V.CM.IN: 45-; Controller District. Court Northern feet to a concrete monu NE', lying northerly of YOU ARE NOTIFIED
Hallfaw Drive, Ormond ((5X1 of the total bid 30 Perimeter' Park, District of Florida mans, thence continue the center line of /that an action for
Beginning March 3. bath, '1. 32704; must be attached teach DUDLEY. HARDY. P.A. %, Suite 201, Gainesville Division; along said right of way Alligator Creek and East DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
Shoptar 1 Proi'r 00279820030. bid submitted. BY: John H.Jones, E..... Atlanta, GA 30341 CONAGRA. INC.. a South 6 degrees 2 of lake Rowslh; N'/'. of RIAGE has been filed
{ few 1M 1r. Delaware Corporation; minutes and 50 seconds N'' of NEV.l All In Section
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%* P.O. Drawer 1030
Merton f successful bidder and to
T,... Roy W t Th*. > you are required
nix hoof 'I\ year Sta". Florida SOUTHEASTERN West 125.43 1 feet to aconcrete 1, Township 7 South
furnish ; far oi
Peul llei will be required to Attorney Owner: serve a copy yourwritten
((19f13 1)fJ1I1./ttt) / / WrIH.n.Fed.rptglfer.iatlonas ((904)) 964-5701 LABORATORIES. INCfJOHN ; monument at Rang. 21 EO.I.Sold dsfsnsos.'if
>( ...... .. I41S-1982-QO01. a performance bond'to Attorney for Registrant CYNTHIA HOLLOW A. TORODE;. the beginning of a curve, lands, containing any
quire that Parent.,be **" ...I Marmatlon! concerning )h.' Clerk of Court Shackleford. Farrtor ALACHUA MILLING said curve having' a 402 acres, more or lass to It on petitioner DEBRAD.

orovl Jd 'n oppor<' :the amount 'or' prior' .to commencingwork. .'... ...210Utcltg........."...2/24......... Stalling>Evan. "..A.P. ENTERPRISES, INC. JOE radius of 440.26 feet and 'In Bradford County, ROGERS. P. O. Sox 86.
8 lirV5 rd<>rovlde InputjnifcBrVjmcKnext description the properly .iinii CIRCUIT COURT O. Box 3324 BASS; JEFF McMEEKEN being concave to the Florida pre subject to Graham Florida 132042
:( year's (such a* unclaimed 1 r A'formal contract will! EIGHTH JUDICIAL", Tampa. Fl 33601 d/b/a ALLEN'S FENCE Northeast, thence In. a rights of way for public on or before March 17.
Chapter; I rrojecf.$ v., checking account, ...... be, prepared by the .' CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 813/273-5000 COMPANY; MARJORIEM. Southerly direction along roads and 'or dralnaga 183 and III. the original
If you .have a suggesf" "Ings accounts, ,utility' County Attorney between BRADFORD COUNTY .j/104tchg 3/03 ROBERTS and ATLANTIC tha arc of said' curve 'ditches. with the clerk *l this
,lion' (.,'fill "... 'yeor'L.\I1' \>!!1ti" eI..lIlotti Insurance the. successful bid .. FLORIDA ..:..........:............r........ NATIONAL SANK OF along sold Westerly right has been filed againstyou court either before service .
.Cbapier'.l;' Program.gravid policies- etc.)' and the der and Bradford County Cate No. et-488-U" NOTICE JACKSONVILLE as of way line, a chord and you are required on petltlonerior: Immediately
you please write name and address of' prior to cooiroer n OF INTENTIONTO Trustee* Under the Will distance of 84.57 foal to to serve a topy ol your thereafter:
.. **phone .the Bradford the holder of such personal work. CIVIL:ACTION REGISTER ol C.A. Roberts Deceased a concrete monument. written del.n.... If any, otherwise. a (Judgement
"Chapter1'.t Office by benhta' ..(.Lawrence Moslev' {"f; ; :;. FICTITIOUS NAME! : FLORIDA FARM aid chord distance havIng to It on BEVIN G. HITCH will .be entered for the
property !may ,
n. ;rt. f-'t '.t.. ..d from '. ,. ..... '. k.v ,UfEAU' MUTUAL IN- a bearing af South" 0'sgrees ef lowry and Ritch.Plaln'lfI' relief demanded ,In the
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., onJ phone number I N sonpossessing \ Commissioner. ,!:. ; f.JR/; : -.. lorida Statute, Florida corporation; 50 seconds West, thence whose address Is P. O. WITNESS my hand and
forest In byaddre '
\; listed below property Bradford County, .DAN '' notice It 'hereby given PIONEER DAIRY HERD South 86 degrees :34 Box 1025.: Gainesville, the seal of this Court on
The Bradford Chapter I slnf an Inquiry to Florida and WILFORD NATHAN. r..j.'.",. the undersigned, IMPROVEMENTASSOCIATION! minutes and 20 seconds Florida 32602. on or February 9. 1983.CILSERT .
c Pregram. The School Gereld lewlt State JORDAN '" that : FARMERS wet 2IS.2S feet to a before the 25th day of

I Board of Bradford County Comptroller ATTN: .... -.-....2/10......2tchg.......2/17......... r Lee and Vickie Spark, MUTUAL EXCHANGE; concrete monument. February, 1 1983. and file Clark ef S. BROWN Court
... 582 North Tempi' Abandoned Property NOTICIOF3UIT SIS E. Jackson St., UNITED STATES OF .thence North 6 degree 2 the original with the the
'A..n.,., Stark. Florida Section, T401 State PUBLIC NOTICE .,:e ,;'NO PROPERTY sew. Starke, Florida; and AMERICA. acting minutes ond 50 seconds Clerk of this Court either BY: Beulah M. Moody.
32091. Phone ((904) ,Capitol. Tall.h.....,, TO RESIDENTSOF '. *: .,.'* !-.., James and Babble through the' DEPART East 2IO feet to a concrete be'or.VIe.. on sold Deputy Clerk
64-6800. Ext. 6. Florida 32301 (904)). HAMPTON. FLORIDA TO; OUVI HAWKINS O'Brian, 636 W.Madison. MENT OF' THE TREASURY monument thenceIn Plaintiffs' attornays or 2/10 4tchg 3/03
U Xl.. 487-2503.. Be sure. to 'AND ALLINTERESTED JORDAN. Address St., Stark; Florida. sole INTERNAL REVENUE SERI a Northerly direction thereafter:
......:..1."......_ 9. !, PERSONS Immediately
1.: m.ntlart.the accountnumber Unknown or |tint owner doingbusiness VICE STATE OF and parallel to the otherwise a default will" 4 t
P, f NOTICE AFTER the name YOU ARE HEREBY under' the firm FLORIDA; DEPARTMENTOP Westerly right af way "be.entered against you .
'OF NAMES as published .In this NOTICE''IS HUEIY'GIVEN NOTIFIED thai an action name of CREATIVE COT' LABOR AND line of. said, State for the relief demanded
I OF PERSONS notice. Unless. proof of that pin city of for Adoption of the TAGE. U.S. 301,( South. EMPLOYMENT SECURITY Highway 210.23 feet too In the Plaintiff
'. APPEARING TO*! ownership .to presented Hampton, Bradford above named children (P O. Sox*1027)). Storke. DIVISION OF EMPLOYMENT concrete monument. r .foreclosure Complaint
1 OWNERS OF .to the holder by April 2tf., County. Florida, requests ,"".. been filed against Florida 32091' Intend to SECURITY;' CUR. thence Easterly along filed S.pt.mb.r 27,
ABANDONED PROPERTY ,1983 tha property will ... I that all prson you. OLIVE HAWKINS register Raid fictitious TISS BREEDING INDUSTRIES th.. Southerly right of 482, and Amended I o o
... 'who .hove purchased or JORDAN'and you ere under the INC.. a way Una af Seaboard Foreclosure I Complaint
Pursuant to Section 13 delivered far. tory of ',know of family memberswhat' required to serve. a Copy'' aforesaid name stoluie.Dated 'Delaware ,corporation, ,Airline Railroad :n 0.23 filed November. 1982

/6! Chapter .717, Florid. the Comptroller>Thereafter ,;""all have: purchasedburial of your written defenses,,. Iris 10th day'of d/b/a CURTISS feet to point of.beginning ..DATED.Ioni.ory '21.,
4 Statutes. entitled"Florida' Florida. j let* In thecemetery If any to H. on the plaintiff A.D., 1983. In BREEDING SERVICES; W, all In Section 31, 'IS3.. -
", further.claims mustt be attorney..'iwhoM February. .AVERAf and. J. L.. 6 South,
of located ,Ini 'N. Township Range ; GILDER"BROWN
Disposition ,,
directed to :thee Camp>-; rmme "'and :oddres,,I* 'Bradfor A) rt County! *t.; :CARTER >. ,' 22 East CLERK OF." WE COURT
Unclaimed/. Properly 4 fro'low' of. Florida. ; ,Hampton. (Intersection. Xon. .I,' Celemon. Florida. Dofendanto. PARCEL B.:. Six acres In BRADFO"l>rOHNTY,
Act," notice I hi hereby 2117 2clia 5/74 16622)) Modsen. MB Edward Boll 3/10 4tchg 3/03 Southwest earner of -- --

01"thot th* person t'.",.";'...,.,..,"'......,..........,. .Building Jacksonville* ...............J..... '............. NOTICE OF ACTION :NfiVt of SW/4. bounded
listed below appear'to, i'. : now owned by the city of Florida. 3COO2.' and file NOTICfFINfTCM ., ', VVest br West Una of
I ofiMrwfelmed ,.." .YONOTItMt, Hampton. and 'formerly' the .? .. 'f IFthedoesii'tifit .shoeth
i r b.'fth..n.n' ; .' /to"j original' !withlt. TO REGISTER TO: JOE BASS' NE/ of SW'North! | by '
owned by th* Board .. .
personal ,'eri'intangible clanX of the above styled .Residence Unknown, State Rood IOO-A. last ,
,,' property t"I'WnACT.: ;. Tnntue ol the Florida.. court :'on of '''.'0'*.' PlCTITieUS to NAME.Pursuant Section ,, (-! '. .?. by" arlvate, rood South .by.. ,

( presumed. abandoned. I.dId> will::; ;W'' Annual, Cenferenc I of ,February 39. W3i! : other.wit .. _.09. Florid. Statutes* 'yOU 'ARE"I NOTIFIED South .line-.af NEVbi\ of'' : '
United Methodist :
INVOLVE rh* ,SWViMot Section :31,
THIS DOES NOT a (lodgement' may THAT AN' ACTION It.
I..hor.b :
t REAL ESTATES received" .In th* Cletfc 0f.lit. ''Church V pleas- contact'.Est b* entered against you the notice' the', undersigned, .given, foreclose. a. mortgagee Township 6 South Range' ; \
'. Apparent ,Qwnertf Court'.affle* 'In theBradford ., .. 'the. ,CIty". Clerk.. .for the rMf" aemonded DON L. HILL sale or |bid en me following proper' 22 East:
.A doing business ty In Bradford. .County .. PARCEL" Ct All af lection
i Sou 24. Stark. Fl 1 320911, In Stark. Florid. ,ISO., Hampton Florida lion/ .' :. '.. /V wider' the firm ncma of Florida, J 1 '3o Town.hlp,6,
: unf ,NYmb.rff until 7:30 t-M-f. ...' 1h .32044'tor'thj City At'sorney.Mar ,!.... tiondendI >HILL APPMBtNCl MMP-n i PARCEL 'Aj)' .$H' (ofSWMl '. South Rang It Salt, ly.; A se1Lit.S
..t/Ac/ 1911oOD01.'is. .-. 2Jnd dy.of Pru.ry. 'Me.l/saN/ ", ,I'r d.. ... 1 Court_ m.P.brvory 23* Waferf St.,Star**, all that portion of log South af Railroad' .,. e
........ ...,,,,.lito..S. '.I,.,.: foe road cpnaf '' ," 4l 'H... MW _, .. 1r1 1'a' .. rl ,Florida.3iPI I )Inlands to'I. me SH of IVVH of SE'A! V LESS tlanaf AND W'/t EXCEPT thereof Frac-
1t-S/ 'I \ .Allbert.... S.IMa.rt'ril''l d 11c1111_' Tying! Wed of tenter line lying ." .
+ Golnesvllle.Plarlda register ,
Box 98. Stark, f I *20l I, 'Suite 3, South' railroad
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4 J Jo The economic picture that baa put other side of the coin : ] ,,4{,And at the name time I don't; think
the squeeze on school budgets and Tom Casey has said funding .1.,there'lPia: .farmer iif'th .,,county we
'farmers alike, (among' others has ,, has been increased In the ,'couldn't call to auk a. favor' of him.
also made functioning a bit more dif that sale Still,FFA teachers: > ''I'"Joe Hartey, wilh" ttw! Division of
ficult for the organization that' is abridge need more dollars to run the )/Forestry Alvarez mentioned, citingan
between farmers and the .a they'd like to. example: "We called and told himc
school system Future Farmer* of "We figured It would we wanted to do some controlled bUM,
America, $3,500 to fix up those pens nine out at the farm and stopped by''1
a { The Bradford chapter PTA feels the like,'em," Hutchins says of on his off hour (to plow for us Mr
pinch,and Is having to get by MI fewer that are- much the same Roland"terll'who' was In EPA?3 or 80'l)
funds than would be Ideal. Alvarez was In school a years ago when they planted that fir \:/'
0 r' 4a, rt'1 1 Materials like seed,fertilizer, feed Plans are, If the money ever ;: stand w-pines was a timber buyer
1It and fencing are necessities, not to available that Is,' to lay 'when we sold those trees and he gave1}
mention gas for the 5-mile bus trips to Crete floor and roof,with 'us a little bit higher bid for them Mr.
,and from the FFA farm and upkeepon That would give the dowp.'II'S"I'INeely McDonnell at Rayonier got a
tractors. One way to go around : tree chopper for us.People will go out
r:4: It i "We don't think' FFA ought to be dollar la by working of their way to help the program.
; geared strictly, to the profit side or the what you might call "And then old Mac Baldwin (owner
( loss side, 'Alvarez says."It should be FFA"1-alumnTof PTA, ]/ jpf the.former BaMwln Chevrolet
v as much of an educational experienceas or in other towns, or dealership inSUrke; > turned outgo tie:
possible. But it's kind of tough with businessmen who want to president I think of his FFA chapterup
things like they are." program. In New Jersey 'and was giving us
Neither Alvarez or Hutchins hide "We make lot of brandnew, trucks to ,use as
their feelings that the FFA program 'community whereby we ,demonstrators, i ,/ ;>
deserves more funding from the farmer and them assist us,,: : "lf, the;type of'thinaIIlMr"\ Hutch
"" :,: : ,,; Bradford 'school system. When a 'says. 'During hay-baleing arid' get out lit the community, we
IIi&J", ...r.- .', l r. stand of pine trees planted by FFAera 'right"before the beginning visit these'boys and girls at home to
30 years ago at the farm was cut and Hutch or I will get calls i look in on their steers or hogs. They
I n'. a (.mil bus trip to and from the Bradford FFA Piggett, Paul McKinney, Dennis Mage, 'Clint Moore, sold three years -ago. for' around they need help right know where We live'*and It's nothing
,farm oH US-MI Dortlit. Eddie Herndon,:;and Richard Crosby.- $11,000, the program got none of the sang We can drive out and for ''them' to, come by iour' houses,
Sitting back for... morning trip are, from III' left.David 'cash hark nay Alvarez and Hutchtns.\ few,Buys and .send 'em on maybe just to ask for a ride. home"
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One of the best inaction
on the American scene sassed i '"
the FFA,the national organization torthe
student studying: vocational,
agriculture In the public high schools. -
The Future Farmers of America Is an''I
organization 'run by the student-
members under adult guidance.
Soon alter vocational agriculture 'j
became subject in many of the na- ,I ':<
tion's high schools in 1917.; Instructors ,
became aware of the need to provide
practical training beyond the tradi- \ijI
tional classroom approach. Their ,
idea was to make' the Instructionmore .1
interesting by making practical "
work competitive "..,I'. ': {
livestock judging, and agricultural /
leadership development activities I.j fItiJ
part of the Instruction. Vocational VOC'A'TI.ONALACRICULTURE ;'
agriculture Instructors and students :
eagerly accepted the learn-by-doing
principle of*new organization called : : "
Future Farmer of America. : .1
Founded nationally in 1928 FFA I "
stresses leadership, cooperation and I .
citizenship all vital to success.-in ct ; S % ylw
modern agriculture. q
Each local chapter and each state '
association: elects its own officers Educating d' ,
each year. In all cases the teacher of ,
vocational agriculture is the advisorof .. !
the local PTA chapter and the state

','supervisor b the advisor of of agricultural the state association.education Through! 7 .1! L' ,,'; att y' A'E4y bop l..btc

PTA members have full opportuni... n' e aA eih 1I ;iS glilcat tq tail
ty to practice the principles of w iExperience ,l" c,. tWjJ
democracy in conducting the affairsof .",
their organization by exercising
their privilege to vote at chapter
meetings, serve on committees, and
otherwise assist in carrying on the ,
work of their organization. Elected
delegates to the state and national
convention, held each year,are asked ,
to decide on major issues facing.the
organization. rx. ''u3b
Advancement through the degrees r tsrii
In the organization from the FUTURE :FARMERSOF'AMERII1 r r $o!
Greenhand through the Chapter nsn 1Yyc
Farmer, State Farmer, and /'
American Farmer or
Agribuslnessman Is based on achieve- .}s '. .\ tt rU:gr f'nosy
ment in farming, ranching or agribusiness !- 4 *..IM ..$'lCJ1, 1998,

Nearly careers.8,000 public high schools The Future Farmers of .America Organization' personal'? 'problems, to, I.use, new rvt and 'jmipfpprepares ea:: flit

quirements have FFA chapter for membership One of in the FFA re-Is students for careers(; in';?agriculture. Howfarming, ;: 'methods;" "cr 'to, 'a ssume\r;\ !;po .:.hfirltties.x ofd

tional that a agriculture.student be Students enrolled in may voca-retain ever,. they also play a vital part, in, stressing the as g citizens... '* I i : !4 ,iJ ? YasAtrtq,> Won m frs.qttfia a9,

21 years their of membership age., until they are importance of certain values that make these young We are very' proud of the Future:Farmeir5'bf A'tl ,

PTA Competition from the chapter is a key of element the national of the people very special.' \;!r ,,, and whole-heartedly l give;pur,;.,,full suppgr, ,t6'tJI1iMembers' .r ?
level. Each year the FFA recognizes ur <"Lr: a !r1iqTrtilAaiqa pad
more than 80,000 members at local, learn through' active participation 1 how, :Thank you!" : v. s >-sri ,x. h> Told jMsa,, state and national levels for outstan- .* 6 tss'i I laiavwj iBaala
ding achievement in activities relatedto to speak in public, to market farm,products, to solve j .lf lc.'f'. 4 :i t--8f i 'tl-'W.. ** *
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up the hact.rs a. a csld FeWuary raralag Teddy Brwee, sad RatI tksney Feb; 19-26
are.fran ton,BrUP4cU.A teacher|>*at Hat chlni, Hoeing Urn PTA garden are Maxlae Frallck. left and Angel Martin./

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.I.y....; Ce1Wsgs this stand) ought.to reach maturity in ;
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For a Bradford High School student about 13 years. 'I
involved In the Future rarmera .l Next to it is a 70cre block of
America local chapter today a four mature pines averaging s-10 inches in aJ.fJ _
diameter which was planted in Hut
hitch in the Involve
year program can '- '
many different activities chins first year at Bradford High 1yN ,
From classroom slide show and some 30 years ago. Another 20 acre N .
lectures to hands en work at the block of trees is In the back and about ,AN .
I7acre Bradford PTA farm off M acres more 'along the farm's : : ,.S v fie
US-901 North,to work for pay and southern border" .off Morgan Rd. -' ,. ,47
Students Who can't! excited { ,
credit during summers at farms owned I y./a'/ N
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about feeding and grooming the ,
by parents or neighbors the program -
runs the gamut of "real world", steers and heifers with Alvarez or
lessons in farm. management planting trees with Hutch have otherS

Lessons designed to prepare many of 0 ti0M.
the students, for a future in acres of the farm are now devoted
agriculture-related work. to a nursery and greenhouse,. and a 14
Many students come out of Brad- fruit and vegetable orchard. While
ford PTA and take over responsibUities some students are on the tractors orin o.1W
on the family farm. Others the steer pens others are in .the
have used the program as a steppingstone greenhouM maybe working towards / ttw
towards education horticulture Identification contests or
college in Ag 4f
and professional careen in forestry,' pruning plants, while others might be
working on the field of ,apples
timber management or work for grapes
and figs that Hutch willfruit f
local state or private business plums says
agriculture departments. .bear In the spring. Or on the HIV,V
.Is Conner shrub field that will yield maple trees t- j' '
A prime example Doyle a ', 'y
Bradford High and local chapter F1tAgraduate and the like that have been used to
whonow landscape few areas around town,
serves as
like the front of the high school.
Florida's Commissioner of !
A forestry unit that won the 1982 ABarry c L.a .
Agriculture. r 'e
state Chapter Forestry Contest exposes
'''W.'let kids in PTA for mOre the students to plowing fire ,, r'1
reasons than you might think," says lines, thinning. trees,putting up signs, a "
instructor Greg Alvarez ** he watches etc. ?t 1 : .' / '
ever a of students "We've got the best in the state," iY ,to y A9]
group tending. Carlton lobs a bag off the .. ...... -
to the steer peas at the PTA farm. Hutch says proudly of that program. bits as the PTA group taught by Greg "':"'1' _

Alvarez .is himself a JBHS graduate Then there 1 are the contests Alvarez.arrives at the farm. j Hatch lends a helping. banes as the pine planting crew for stamps while Bartow Lee, drive and. Brian Padgett I
who was active in a FFA program available to students. The most visible ''ruaa, up against a log. drops the seedlings.
that led him to an Ag Education r locally is the county fair where Monroe Herndon Is oa the front,the tractor watching
degree from< the University of students show all types of livestock- F
.Florida.; "It's different than most of hogs, cows, chickens, etc. .
the other subjects because the kids But on a statewide level PTA sponsors
are grouped by level. Here I might contests in such diverse farm :
nave 30 kids and som of them might subjects as livestock production Look toithe Future Farmers of America

Just be reading at maybe the 6th swine, poultry, meat, vegetable, _

grade level in school.They've alreadyreconciled forestry team, tractor driving. ,"horticulture ,,. L, .. ,
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with themself that this. ;and r'n'" '' : : >" ----rn, r ., .I .-; \ r ,
(faming*o..is the kin*** Ufa thej v'..t ./Ia.'.*....*-* days much> !!I 'f'"- : 1M )i. 1ew-' +,.)' ........ erne I w ..; '", "onI"I---,..,.,.. .." ,,, ,.. /n", .1'" AW
going tolead.They may be Just going of the.time, at ,theu.fter oq':Z-howiT 1, Y
to school: for two hours in the morning block clam .is devoted to getting
aDd then going back home and working livestock ready for the steer show at
for their parents on our work pro the Fair. They're haltered and led
gram. around the pens on many days while
pull their pants legs and
'"But then you get a kid who is punning climb in the up pens to rake and. clean,
to go to vet school and .is Interested the areas.
In PTA for that reason. Or "The 9th and Wtb grade classes are
they might be from in town and get Into one-hottr blocks and you really can't
I it for the leadership things. They come out to the farm (a 10 mile round
don't know a stew from a bull when .trip) and get a whole lot done in that
I they first get out here but they wanted time," Alvarez says "Sometimes I'll
toot in for the public speaking. or the bring my 3rd period or nth period
parliamentary procedure part of groups out here Just to let them see
PTA;: They get out here and find 1t'. what Hutch's two-hour block is doing,
fun.They're'getting a chance to do .out there planting seeds Then when
something that" maybe they've never my guys m 5th and 6th period Jump in
seen before. there to halter. the.steers he (Hut- ,
I A .. t says,"you can many ;chins) might have his one period
dirt twavsinFFX"! 1: groups' out here for a half hour and
Folr Instance while Ida, twobour1P'OUP.i they can see the different things we're
\ taking 6U ''andi'tttn doing. J '. .
; now primarily to get steers, ,"They don't actually have the timeto
rea -CII' the Bradford County Fair get in there with It because it takes
the r.jour.cla", ofveteran FFA, so long to bring 'em out here, get
teat P i nf Hutchlm ("Butch" to'J cleaned and turn around and go T1ITT
BUS t::land friends) comes out back. But the 9th graders get .n idea
to 'I.mi Sort'and'Srd periodandi '1 '..';to what'the others are doing.
has planting lle tree seedlings Sometimes might have chance m
on a; > acre block 01 land that was a one-hour class to trim the steers
den sev itch years ago. beads or something but that's about
W t, the seedlings la a dorP It. But getting out here and seeing
,man .....,-. "perfect tone". :what's. happening helps them make a
and every day weather decision on what area they r want to go '
erowa cb': class to out on the # r ,
PTA tractor dropping into.The Mh graders get a pretty good

the yar old seedlings in rows {Overall view of fertilizer, landscaping For prides in community and strength: in achievement...
"This .is good land".Hutch.,. as ,livestock Judging beef animals.
he watches 9 boys seeding : the the basics everything.. Then In the

acreage.la the best."It's in number Bradford two County sol,which, and: 10th grade.'* 'they let, to make- 'thnirchoice 'we' .frg .a!(of our. : citizens to support.pur local FFA
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BHS baseballers split a twlnbiU on BUS Tourney Is Moved to Lake Butler ;., fA .. :c
"Old Timers Day" Saturday, the 1983 ri'qr(
edition winning 5-1 In the opener and Heavy rains have turned the low Bradford High baseball field Into i
the Old Timers rapping out a 17-0 win a soggy mess and because of that the first annual Bradford High,
In game two. basebaUtournament is being moved to the Union County High
With the doubleheader played on ballfield in Lake Butler (just west of the school off SR 121.
Edwards Rd Field with a pitching The schedule remains the same according to BBS baseball coach
machine because of muddy conditions Mike Hartley, with a pair of games next Tuesday, Thursday, and
at the BHS diamond a couple of batters Friday, Feb. 22, 24 25, at UCHS. V
took advantage of the "hitters Middleburg and Union County open play Tuesday with a 4 p.m. 4 IIJ
park" to put on batting displays. game, followed by the Tornado season opener against Macdenny
One In particular was Bill Goodge, at?.Thursday It's Middleburg versus Macclonny at 4 and Bradford
now a player at St.John's Community against Union County at 7. Friday, Feb. 25 has Union and Macclen-
College. Goodge hammered out 6 hits ny playing at 4 and Bradford meeting Mid ebw-g. at 7,,Saturday
in 8 at bats Saturday, including 3 the rain day.
home runs (one a grand slam), and "I hate to have to move it, but at least we'Ube' able to get the tour J r
knocked in 6 runs Atlanta Brave nament in this way"Hartley said after working out arrangements ? ( f
minor leaguer Kenny Clark was with Union High coach George Anderson to shift the games to Lake
3-for-8 for the Old Timers and Cleo Butler. Earlier In the week a discouraged: Hartley had said "It'll ':
Johnson and Scott Hudson both 2-5. take a miracle for us to be able to play the tournament Tuesday." >
For the current Tornadoes John The annual Old Timers game at BUS was moved over to Edward
Bennett wielded a big bat- going 2-6 Rd. field because of the soggy conditions on the BHS diamond
with a 3-run homer in 2 games. Also, Saturday and rain over the weekend only made things worse. '
Jimmy Schoening was 2-3 and Robert The next home game scheduled for BradfordHigh Is a district Oldtimers Gather Before Annual Baseball Game...

Carver 22. game against Eastside at 7:30: Friday: night, March 4. : The squad representing'former Tornado teams. In lastweekemTl unidentified player
It Bennett's 3-run blast that '
was "
"Oldtliaen" fame Included 2nd row, from left, Kenny'Clark, Keith 'Norlhrup,
keyed the 5-1 Tornado win in the Frost row, from left., Bill Goodge Mark William, Jeremiah Johnson. Richard Hail Scott. Allen, Cleo
opener. After Goodge mashed a was 2-3 with Clark and Jerry Williams solo home run In the 5th to up the ante David Spark. Chick: Johnson._ .,Jerry William! *,'and an ,Johnson, and .
homer in the first inning to put the Old having the only other Old Timer hits. to 13-0. In the top of the 7th the Old Jimmy. "'va.t& ,
Timers on top the Tornadoes tied the That wasn't the story in game two Timers showed no mercy, piling on 4'\
score on an RBI single by Doug as the Old Timers brought out the more scores on a grand slam homer
Samons In the 4th. hard wood and smacked 13 hits to go by Goodge. Chuck Johnson reachedon : Att '
Then in the bottom of the 5th the with 7 BHS errors to create a rout. an error, Hudson singled' and Harry Green 'Auto_ Parts Inc. '
younger set took the lead. Schoeningand Goodge was 4-5 and belted homershis another error set the table for 'Sat., Feb. 19:" 8 pm :

Carver opened the rally with one last :2 times up. Goodge's blast. .320 E. CaB Street .. 664-8011 ,'Starke: ; Florida j Starke,Naf I Guard ArmoryMAIM ,
down on consecutive singles. Richie Richard Hall doubled home Kenny Goodge was 4-$ and Hudson, Clark,' S' Your ""Do-Ii:' Yoaraelf'.Beatdguarters' "
Fender poked a run-producing singleto Clark and Cleo Johnson singled Hall and Cleo Johnson 2-S in the win. EVENT

left to put the Tornadoes on top 2-1 to put the Old Timers up 2-0 in the second For BUS Tony Diggs, Bennett, and P B.qL Dual Actlon Kendal 01 3 OU Flier .; .'. . . 8.50 The Wortd( Famous'
and Bennett proceeded to clear the frame. In the 3rd the Old Timers Mathew Widener bad the only hits, all\ !
300-foot fence with an oppositefieldshot upped the lead to 8-0 as Hudson tingles. Their' best chance to score'. E (Fir Inert;Amertcan'passenger! car*.and pickups). ,Bounty Hunters ,

to rightfield that made it 51. Goodge, Clark,Johnson,Clayton Norman was in the first as Diggs and Keith 5 qt.. Gr=1 Kendal Oil & Oil Flter. .,9., ;, .50 Managed by ,Mr, B.,
BHS outhit the Old Timers 8-4 in the and Jeremiah Johnson all slap. Kehoe reached on errors and Bennet'' C VS
win with Schoening and Carver both ped singles. singled to load the bases. But a flyout:,. (For' most American. passenger-cars and pickups) .
stroking a pair of hits and Fender, That margin swelled to'12-0 In the: and two of the 12 BUS strikeouts I Super Pakmarff t

Bennett, Samons, and Rick Welch fourth as a single by Goodge and 3 errors against the pitching machine ended i :and The Seuttlin HHIbllly, ,
providing the other safeties Goodge let in 4 runs Goodie powdered a that threat. *,. A .Free Kendall': Cap,w/purcnasa! of special (while.suppler last)). Lit Abner Coilins1SemiFinal l '

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. I Clay Electric* Beefs Up for State Industrial: '. S .Your. ,Complete. ,Headquarters;Machine Shop" Service i ..Rip: VSKarate Tyler'." "" ,:',<[

SPECIAL with purchase of aN necessary parts, to; Expert '
Local Softball enthusiasts will have a chance to get a Ted Norris
first-hand look at Industrial Division slowpitch Softball Softball overhaul engine .* We clean your block and install -- .. .

later this year when the state tournament for men's softball freeze plugs and cam bearings.. 00 Waldo Von Krupp
teams made up solely of company employees will be $1 0 YS '
held In Lake Butler this summer. And chances are a 1
local team might just win that tourney. f :Spotlight **Engines Remanufactured Ted Marshall'leads .

The Clay Electric Co-Op, a ballclub of company .!! ( Reconditioned Special Women's Team
employees funded by donations (not by the company), ; .
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finished 4th in the state last season in its second year of t \ Axle Bearings Pressed: U.S.'Women's ;Tag Team,
'On Monday, Feb.'21, the Women's League meeting W Brake Drums Turned .
existence and has beefed up to shoot for the top in 1983. : Champions ; "
will be held at t:30 at the Old Armory followed by f '
Especially with the tourney being local. p.m. '. Turned;11'1 r '
the Men's meeting at 7-15. On Feb.22, Brake Rotors ; Natasha and
League Tuesday, Nat .
"As far we're have much .t' 1' }' '
so ex-
as personnel .
gonna ,fi. 7:30: the Men's Oiurch League meeting Will be held,'V .:, ...:,. fty: Wheei.8dnifei(. '' ,' 1IIIR: ," : .
perience this ," a confident Steve Thomas. 1f .. ... \ (< t. '\I.\iI1fI !tq't.stlad.oIJ./ << ( rrI
year says ,, PUlso. at the Old : ""> .ku' .. 0 ,. !!j" \ !;:'
Armory \ \
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with ; ,
we live up to our potential it'll be hard to keep up us -f i .*.:: t,'" irx v- ''t'n.ya/Itf.' neon..j
teams interested In in!the
from want what state we bad.saw" at the state tournament last year. We this Any year must have a representative participating.at the league league '7; ',. h :..i' Your General; Repair flf Service'Headquarters ; Black WomeVi"' Sensetsn ",

The roster, made up primarily of players working out meeting.. .,, 'i;; ,Princess Jasmine!' / 1,
of the Keystone Heights office of Clay Electric, Includes .. '' 1 I' and :1f r '
Joey Bennett, Grady Bostic, Roger Donley Dwight .xStarkettes Hold 1st Practice Feb. 21, MUFFLER Tracy Richards -
Elder Claude Hardee, Chuck Head Matt Hull, Tyrone The Starkettea girl Softball team will hold Its first
Mathews Mark Mosley Bill Ratliff, Bob Shoemaker practice Monday,Feb. 21 at 3:15 at Pratt St ballfield and INSTALLED I Skull Murphy, Jr
Johnell Smith, Glen Stanley, Tommy Wise, DonaldWheeler all girls Interested in trying out for the team should try ,. 7 and, '
Fred Wheeler, Mike Whitener and Thomas. to attend. $ Kung Fu Maniac
"We should be able to put a team on the field with 8 2495 -..
Umpires Clinic Is March 8 ,. :. Chl l) .
guys that can hit the ball out, Thomas says. "I don't !t !. pleJI
think you're gonna see this much talent in one spot very The first clinic for umpires will be held March 8,at 7' (milfAlllertc.nm..pasHngerc.ra\. ....,.'.,v.s.; .; "f/n.
often. p.m. at Westide Field with a second clinic scheduled for FREE ,
charging system! !Inspection The' kith Ropea'airCemplets :
March 17. at the same time and place. .
The team, which to sporting new uniforms that Just "
came in last week, won't be in a league as plans are Anyone interested in umpiring who did not attend one .; General! ReW? ', l.fl ;dJY'1t; ,0.11)

right now, but will instead compete In 2-3 weekend tournaments of the earlier umpire's meetings should call the Rec. f.Tuiupti Brakes. r.,Alternator Repair! Etc, !"t; ) ..,..... ,and\ ,, tllIt'a
a month before the Industrial district's. Department (9644792) and attend the clinic.softball .. 2 t JI.' t.hrtlaltimore:Ccftensa8ae ,
Also,anyone interested in or .
.City League Meetings Next Week dixie youth baseball this year should contact: the Rec. Hours: 7:00: a.fri.p.m.. ..Monday e Friday tR1R ug'i2" .MfJIltf'ii) '!>-,:fay 1fMW'Stort :CC":14': -

Meetings for the Starke Rec. Department Softball Department. Those who haven'l kept score, before will Machine atop.. 'and Garage* it (draaic'' ckets iii p tow;

leagues are slated for next week be taught. .-,bow" to. '' ,,,r, : ''6:00: a.m.'- 5:30'I: p.af.: Monday, Friday. .1 ,'T-I yo! !?;,ra, ';b4thA!E I.' .J"aNtl..1./1.00'oi'IIt: : t! :
I r,1y.f r .7:00'a.m. :. zoo: noon Saturday 6eneeal'Admisiton.t5e rt ./' -'<
Tornado '', :. '26 : Wjf' *WJ Jt"jlr i,It,. 1t.i.' r. ,p"IiIJJ.iSl-wt'? 1.If'il *J W :b <\\IIn9, ,
Cagers Playa: J' .. .1 '. OpeclaII. Good thru February,, 198.: ,Every.Saturday 2:30 "kI1 lne'
", .' -to 'i"" 1 'I. j'i 1:; II ., ,
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Aiming for its first .500 season since Carter Breaks. Record J r, II! a'D' : !

1978 the Bradford High Tornado The loss Tuesday came despite a .- mVALuEPACK4;
basketball team will be playing a school record-setting; 38-point performance :
crucial final home game of the season by senior center Gary Carter. : :
Saturday night against the Tigers of The 8-2 Carter, who had led with 23 : I
Union County High.Tipoff time is 8.00 points in the win over. Middleburg. :

for the varsity game with the JV picked up where he left off and knocked .. : ... !
squads opening play at 6:30 Saturday In 15 of 19 shots from the floor and I II

night. of 10 from the foul line to enjoy the 3 GREAT VALUESFROM ,VALUf PACK Include**:'12 fhh'tliteJs'cr'lsp :. l
The Tornadoes have wins and 11 highest.scoring single game performance trench fries, creamy cAle slaw! and_,. .J\ush. '
losses into the weekend and "'
coming Tornado '' "
ever by a eager. 'puppies. Serves 4 or mores.-! : : 1. f" I
play at Santa Fe Friday. BHS coach
"They were man-to-man pressing '
Mike Sexton still has hopes for a us all night and we were able to beat noon PACK Included:8 fish flllets.'crbp;; l ., I ;;

break-even regular season prior to the pressure and get it into Gary for french fries creamy' "<,! stow qnCl,t 8} hum'. ': .' ::1., .,1 '
the district tournament at Santa Fe Sexton said. '" :
inside shots, puppies. Serves W./, .
Community College next Thursday'thr Other factors didn't go quite as well ', : orIJl ,

llgh Saturday Feb. 24-28. for Bradford though. Like the CAPTAIN ,D'S. ,I : ., \
"If we can beat Santa Fe and Lake referee's whistle. ,'. ; ..1 \ 'I"
Butler that'll put us 11.11 in the For the first time this year more '
A' ;
regular season and we'll have won as than one player fouled out as Cecil I. (6:Jc.mJj'I'A": ,:, ..: i t
as the last four combinedthe ,
many years and Tom- '
Emmett Watkins, 0
Wright ,.
( Tornadoes combined record in my Johnson all had to sit down early (Good only at participating_ Capiaki) D's J 4 $' ..,.. =. t h !
the 1979 through 1982 seasons was with S fouls forcing the Tornadoes ; wsw a. r. ,s ONE"CtX1pClNas .....\0.&, ,Jj' P"') --!" ,

11-75)," he noted. to play the final 2 minutes with just 4. ''I as mi. r L o "i'I/i )/ :;
es r r r ees tF r "
The Tornadoes split two games last es a. s ses p?me COUPON. aesy 1 1195 q gas ..
the : '" "
players on .; '.. : 'j .i *
week whipping Middleburg ,443 >"It was floor------------ ,,, 'r. ), : J M'. a, ". ,..,\r- .
before the largest homecourt crowd normally not one to berate the of- ,{' ,' 1 1 W. 4.:alga '.'
of the year Friday night before falling flouting loudly. "Here we are playing < 'I ; ,; I t'J
in a foul-plagued contest at Palatka 2 1WI.lf1' .' .
; defense,and. three guys foul .1*\ '
alone 1qFF ,
contest 82-68 Tuesday: '. .' .
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I Girls District Tourney' Opens.... UU o J ON "ANYCOMPUTE ,I 1'7' >.DINNIRS.II''d.
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Bradford High's Lady''Tornadoes Bradford which finished J-1S on the ,'' I ;.DINNER .t I j I', FOR $4.99Three I, ,( .,'
will be participating in the high school regular season, faces Gainesville I '* I '
girls District AAA basketball tournament Eastslde in the second game at .:SO. ITEM OH OUR MENU. II :
Ir brown ftth Ntleta served with
BBsi i! at Gainesville Buchholz this pm. Thursday night, Feb. .17., at a Y golden
week. Buchholz. (Poet'notl Ina ,ehi P r.Flap: n't hlp", :::1+ .. frwnch fries creamy cote slaw and:; ,.I: ;,

Fish n' Frlea !:'s menu IIema.), : )two Southern! style! .hush! lain;\ Alw ,
t +: 1/'f1'/ 'J ,
I Then Girls. Turn Softball .f. '
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opens Its 1983 season at home next District\ and Region championships ( D'' Ri I 6 t" I.. '
Thursday, Feb 34 l against the Lady and a 1J-S ISA-season that, ... J Ii \ ,', ,". .. ", Fw, ( I :'
Rams of Gainesville Eastside Game came to an end in the District: final' If\\r.\; .. f. .t.;1"-' a. < .J
time la 4 at Westside Field\ In and boasting no less than 7 returning t" asi.. 'C/etCJOU/rJ14Ptd ;
p.m ., .. .' eMf" r r rail sa nle ensrers / 1" es as eer .1 ,
Starke. starters, the Lady Tornadoes appear'

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''" Rockets cloned wit a 13-2
Mevenson Construction (1-4) cun. OimmbieilsIU. laPil_ii.Cart r7.llm- '<, :" season In fine fashion last week,
from 19 points behind to outlut the STANDINGS!, .L beating the Trotters Thursday and
Hawk (ta) B7-M in triple evertim Rod., Ban 1, Party N, riahw .' >: the Kmcks Tuesday to end up on top of
>H,AUrad ,nak a, Jackson's Bldg.Supply .fi ,10-1'
Monday night to; allow Jackson's' ; ers Ttiry 11.{fharliai 4. the
Hawks' .., Starke Rec. Department basket-
Building.Supply: (10-j,'to .move into .......'........;...;.. ,',Stevenson ConstructionCkander '', I ." ball league for 8.10 year olds
first ttace by itself with 2 -'.. U Chandler 10. C. Chandler 1 13,'Hemp ". 1'1. ;: _.,, '....II
for thei league leaders in the Star. 4, O. ChaiMllar S, Bly K), Jackson. 4, Olin's/OMUmcrs Ol.t.. ..-......11Oliann
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league. -011....Jens7. Ramey 1' Mack 91. Wishbone W1 JamU Baron 4.Kevin Jenkins
Jackson',,which beat Loogc hump .LNeaGHP+.L 'q ; Rockets Take 1st Place Ribbons... UtOTi Mnmfca William Jackson H.
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Curtla NIII Deanna Holiday 0
and Stevenson Construction Friday night 4.laaaan t.KdailMn 17,Jackson M, While M.liiiaa.ni.i Curtis While' ,Jackion'lMillon8 ., S i From left, the players were, Scott Duncan.John Strickland, Lonnie Olive. Clan Birch JO. Lonnlf OIL lv.\,John Strickland a.
then the
2nd piac Hawk Mon WUwn S.Walko,Hill M.Thompaon Bill Sat.on.m- and Glea Blrtb. _<**.!Donna Holiday 0.Raymond Trimble 11,
day night, Fefcu b, at ':30,in UM. *.BnaMtt s,O.ktal4 A.Carter 11,WUltamili." .......Olln'a/OJdtinMma ," U.as' Jeremy. Trimble 0, Jamta Whitehead J, Hilly
season finale ; Mm o,Maury Long o,Cassandra 1.
Bill Sexton towed In 33 of his rI

Stevenson points after halftime Construction to fuel comeback UM torrid AMERICAS FAMILY DI)UG STdREEVEREADV:

from a 31-U deficit against the Hawks I
Monda/.A basket by Jimmy Thomas
sent ,the game' Into'' overtime and TOO GOOD
Dwayne Cummlngs, who bad 1$ for '
Stevenson, hit with 5 seconds to go in ikk'diT SALE!
the first overtime- deadlock the
fame and send It Into a second OT.
Finally in the third extra session liD MISS
Isham carter swished the front end of #
a one-and-ooe with seconds left to /
give Stevenson UM l-point victory. I I'ar"II'
Raymond Blye canned points and
Donnte Jackson 13 for the Hawks.
Eddie DysJ poured In M points to
lead Jackson's over Wishbone, with
Curtis White adding 18 and Chub unSnuOnunIIitA/
Johnson and Brian Gassett 10 apiece;,
Nathaniel Made gunned in 31 for theRay
1'erry's94: and 20 by Milton
Baker paced the Olio's/Old Timers tomtol'y -
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All StarsAnnounced 'II

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League-leading scorer Curtis Hill of '. "" .. ANTACID 139H

.# Lougchsmp leads a 14- Starke.,.,.,. 711'lIIln.. r r ,. .?,-
men's basketball league alrstartaamselected ''''' '
,, last week.' :\:>. ? 'TRONOL\NE'1'w@ : As.oArEO I N'ICETHROAT Lemit t AVANTI BLANK SINGLE 0

The all stars will play the regularseason' SUPPOSITORIES 137 LOZENGES Dack CASSETTE TAPES

night Feb.league:35. at champions 7t5 p.m.Friday at the < / ::: :10. .199 LI.m111+ : :: 44C e0-MIN. /88C/

.Bradford Hill Middle School gymnasium game: i .. ....... .. r ; ....,4:T.... ....7..... ,
after Monday's action obeads a list of LI"'II Limit 2 packs

all stars that I also includes membersof
lot place Jackson's Building Supply l'R
-. Curtis White (23.8) Bruce WfB A ALUMINUM
1.Uo.U. LAWN GRAD- ;;
Jackson 11.6)), Eddie TAMPONS BATHROOM CLEANERST. -o
,and Bob Koistineo along with 4, DEODORANT FURNITURE PRIX '
son or:., .. ", ,
F f Hawks,t Connie Jackson ((13.7) 1HZ. 99 ..a1&1
147 AM/FM
1 Chris Chandler (11.8).Raymond Blye .ROlln .. .; Nle 99 :
('.f), and Harold Chandler from ... nose. ,, ,POCKET ,s ,.
i Stevenson Construction Bill Sexton ,Limit .. .. g9 t / RADIO f,,/ .cSw.
,(U J),Dwayne Cummings (18.4),and MSI/201 rakAIBE
JlmalY.'I'bomd (U1lw will serve us CLAIRMIST MAGLA : .w K s..n i. ",
as playo".coach for the all8tar *-? ""n MAaNWIPESm:, .d
WI!from .Olin'sOldtlmersMilton .:C' ?er .HAIR SPRAY' 12" X 16 799 I
Baker5 (ZU)',and Raymond Perry- .. 00. e TABLETOPHIBACHI /
(10.1)aJIII"'the top scorer from t % "a- Za1' i
,.tWIllbbolle-CharIes Lee 14.2)1 i .7,,'. t i i

m,The :all ,stars will meet (be first ir19
9SI place' team In the lame on the 25th so -
111/1'/ 'aU stan Will of course be minus 'rl KMDITE- % yJ
selected from the league e NATUSAILIFE -.
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The next meeting of the Bradford Ii .
High All Sports Club is set for Monday .... .449 599 CLA.ROLLITTLE'
might Feb. 21.' at 7 pan. at the : '\ j L 'IIII 1. ......... \\LJ
<.;Western Steer Steak House In StIrIr... FIDDLE -T-- =r LITTLE i7OL

>, All persons interested in doing service FADDLE --j4* ::!; FOLDING HAIR ,
for the BHS sports programs is DRYER
'invited to attend the meeting and join 1'', ITEM" V DUO-TANG DECK .
'the drib.. : loan.. GNOICC V,; t : t ,REPORT COVERS. CHAIR 's J 'r
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Changed for 611'100
Dates O'-O/a /
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bring Festival: Limi! I J
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TtoM planning Uf attend the SUrke Gator Quarterback Club banquet Bradford's Michael 1 McDuffie Wins Region 'Croiyn
with UF coach Charley Pell tonight Thursday Feb. 17, should note the affair ;
has been moved from UCI U> the Starke Golf and Country Club. Same ',- '
time,just different channel .,. Hours and hours of summer wrestling McDuffie's hunt tor a state championship declares "I'm gonna'win think 1 wOre 'em dowttit': Michael
pumping Iron and road work on began 12 months ago, when, been working hard on of his late pins. "The stuff I was
When area coaches met to select nominees for the FACA (Florida the streets ofStarke paid off for Brad- he bowed out of the 1982 state event weight down. They had a in the 1st round,that wasn't
Athletic Coaches' Association) North South ill star game Bradford High's ford High's Michael McDuffie last without a win. Since those two state class top wrestlers In each started to work in that 3rd
Emmet Watkins was chosen as the 6th nominee from the area. weekend as the undefeated dynamowon losses the Tornado senior has been. all (a Florida Coaches bUM they \were, tired and
First choice: was Palatka's JarvU Williams, with running back Chuck the Region II championship in his but unstoppable.A poll) down there at Region fight it" :
Wells of Orange Park number two, and PaLatka fullback Joe Brinson 142 pound weight class and qualifiedfor hectic summer schedule' of didn't even have my name on who came Into.Regional
number three... a second straight trip to the AAA wrestling, when McDuffie went with of 'em were like 270, 250. perfect 15-0 record advanced
state wrestling meet to be held. in BHS assistant wrestling coach Danny okay, ,they don't have, to put a 1st period pin but then lost a 9-7 "
Tornado tennis player Eddie Winkle the solid number two man behind Haines City this weekond Nugent to every AAU freestyle tour. there. I'm just gonna go the, eventual, 116, pound
Craig Sapp (a senior this season) on the 1982 BHS net team is a reserve McDuffie who qualified for state as Sine find,was climaxedby and beat all those boys Oviedo ,in ,the 2nd
member of the Florida Junior College tennis team ai a freshman this year. ,a Junior last year but lost two decb a State Games championship Last week McDuffie had laced with a must-win situa
FJC is strong in the sport,and lions at the AAA championship meetto in Greco-Roman wrestling from getting pinned himself to go to state the senior Tornado
thus far this season has won 6 of finish gas, got a return ticket by (no leg moves)'. McDuffie's only loss first round against a up with a Tampa Jesuit
:ar 8 matches, Including victoriesover dominating the Region II meet with 4 all summer was in the Sunshine State Orlando Bishop Moore. in a tense match .
the University of South straight pins last weekend at Lake Game freestyle finals to Dale MIt- "That wa the first time 11-10 with, less, than 30
Florida and Florida Southern Mary High in central Florida. The chell of Naples a 1982 state high rreecalleed my back (this title."I to go Pierce had top position
y University. pins ran MoOuffie's perfect season school runnerup who Is now wrestling with the laugh that tried to turn the Jesuit match for
Next home match for the FJC mark to 20-0 with 13 wins by pin and for the University of Central Florida. easily for him. "I said Lord. near fall. The crucifix: move
4 Stars if Monday Feb. 28, made him the the only one of 5 Brad On a handful of occasions McDuffie me get up." couldn't: get the Jesuit
against Seminole\ CC: in ford High Region qualifiers to advance was named "outstanding wrestler"for Get up he did and be on his back and Pierce miss-
I Jacksonville... to state. .' all weight classes In the summer and arrow move to pin the ) a point getting a state ticket.
After a 1st round win unbeaten116pounder tourneys. at the 4:36: mark of the 3rd *just a sophomores a
... Speaking of former BHS Tom Pierce lost a pair of This high school season has been no In round two it was a ,' pinning a Lake, ,Weir
athletes on the college trail- tight decisions to Just miss qualifyingfor different as the 141-pounder has mow' technique, a favorite move of 'who had beaten him earlier
t1 the Junior college baseball state Pierce ended his senior ed down 20 opponents.'The fi.'.,that floored a wrestler adding a,pin against/ Tarpon
." r ;rr.Vrito. season is getting underway this season with a 16-2 mark. first 8 went downy pin, Sot those In Ingstead! in 1:18. Gary heavyweight against one loss,
week and at least one former Sophomore heavyweight Donald the first period. Santa Fe was decked In 5:35, to within one match of a state
Tornado will be suiting up for Thornton (11-5)! also just missed "1 didn't really think I was going to loss to Tornado expert this But Santa Fe's heavyweight
4 fit. John'l Ccunmunlty College. qualifying for the state meet as he win a state championship last year, I Finally, McDuffie beat Thornton In the consolation
Scott Allen a 4-year baseball won 2 matches and lost 2 to finish 5th. just wanted to see what it was about," Osceola football star : to deny the BHS 10th grader.
starter at BUS is a freshman at Teddy Bresee and Michael Early of McDuffie says. That's not the case "Chicken" Rivers (1,962 lost a'close m.tch.1n the
SJCC, and Is working both in the BHS lost In the 1st round last now. A year older, wiser and rushing,'26 TD's) on a pin at round, and Early another
outfield and on the mound for weekend. ," stronger a confident McDuffie the 3rd period to capture the ... ? was' .pinnedPkESIDENTS"OAt3''
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SJCC coach John Tindall told us "
Eddie Winkler Tuesday. "He's going to see In Honor of Abe & George

Another former Tornado on the St. John's quite roster a bit Bill of Goodge action.,"showed'he we are having aSuper

can still mash the ball in last weekend's Old Timers game. All he did was go i ffl I CK
6-for-8 with 3 home runs out at smallish Edwards Rd.But Bill's battle is with Sale' I'
the books and he's currently academically ineligible to play. A 3rd BHS
baseball graduate, Scott Hudson failed to make the classroom grades to .. I I '
play ball at SJCC...

... An interesting point was made during the in-depth look into amateur .f ..
basketball by CBS-TV. Reporter Lem Tucker noted that of the thousands of '. I
kids playing college basketball only an average of 35 rookies make the cut in ', 2 Drawer Hon
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doesn't come out with a degree faces awfully tough odds in the Job market if : ;
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weekend. Former BHS eager David Walker of UNO as expected did not :" $ 1 9 9IUiIIUIN'\ ,.: i''jJ.
play because of the foot injury that has sidelined him for most of the senior ;J. U 'Sale 1

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.. Mark FrledUII dustries a company long noted for the cleanliness tax f through grinders via conveyors into high pressure Over 90 million pounds of fat and bone are discarded
BCTSurrWrUerThe efficiency of 1U operations. W ; steam vessels where it Is "cooked". in this country daily. An organized network of
Hampton rendering plant, once source of controversy Before taking a look at.the Hampton operation[ 1.. The hot liquid fat is separated from the solidC protein[ ). renderers concentrating in the areas of greates supply
: and complaints from nearby residents over obJeetionable however the term "rendering" itself should be defined material and pumped into holding tanks. like the agriculturally developed area around Starke
:' odors has been transformed Into a community Rendering is synonymous with recycling. InedU)< : There Is certainly no lack of raw material In this meat and Hampton, pay for this "waste" animal material
asset since).the plant was take over bv Griffin; Inn Darts of,slaughtered animals and poultry are move* '. oriented society we live in her in the United States. from sources like slaughter houses, packing plants but

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y_,at.1 a. ,. In fact if it weren't for this network of Tenderers
'P'.1> .. society would be faced with a mountainous disposal problem
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J. ,pi r nY 1i t. t t severe ecological implications.Less
I rr'' q s than 45 percent of the average steer finds Its way
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cent!meat scraps, hides and bones) are sold to
"'.1 h'J: renderers, effectivly lowering the price of salable meats
r: I'I;: from what it would be without their services.
This recycling through the rendering process is very.
: effletent.
1. t In the U.S., 50 percent of raw steel production, 20 per
; ; cent of paper and 5 percent of glass is reused.
Ren4erers, on the other hand, continually recycle 95-100
percent of discarded animal material into useful
,.\,, saleable products. This represents the most successful
4"" 't and efficient recycling effort in the world! today. Of the
over 5 billion pounds of animal fat produced by U.S.
renderers, almost half is exported, helping to lower the
nation's trade deficit. The best quality fat and tallow in
the world now come from the United States.
Animal fat in refined forms is used in hundreds of
commercial products and applications. Jet turbine
'I I.*_ %Pe t 4: t engine and other high heat and pressure lubricants are
> wly made from highly saturated fats. All rubber production,
'. including tires both synthetic and natural utilize
o animal fats. Fatty acids are a major raw material In
plastic, paints and varnishes, cleaners polishes
( and solid),: water repellents, cosmetics \including
; lipsticks and mascara.
{ aft t ra 1b{ ,r F.i The rendering industry as a whole annually con-
!R. > .i i r, tributes over $800 million to this country's country's
Gross National product and is responsible for over $:JOO
million in trade dollars to this country. It Is truly a product
that .ls at once easy to overlook and yet it plays a
.part in so many common products.
The Hampton plant is no exception.
.. Located just beyond the Rayonier lumber yard near
) Hampton, the local plant was originally owned by the
;/', National Protein Coompany and it was taken over by
Griffin five years ago.
,, There were some big changes to made when Griffin
took over, according to Plant Manger Roger Jones a '\
;I I2 'ear local resident who lives!on Little Lake Santa Fe.
"" !: "We had to completely replace all of the major equipment t
; we we took over" Jones says."As a result of some
t. of the new technology we have in place now we have
seen the production rate go way up.The plant used to be
able to handle an average of 8 thousand pounds of raw
material per hour and now we're up to 27 thousand Ib.s
.. 'per hour.And we're doing this with a five day work week
....': .., "instead of seven as the old plant was.'* .
.r.*"*When the plant was' originally opened there were im-
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., "'odors emulating from the site but the difference since
4N4 .Griffin Industries installed their newer equipment has
i rk,. 1"f been like night and day. '
'.ts.M + .ii 'f'7n { ri. Mile" looked like it out of the dark
tom r1r ( Irr.rLv+. N' 3 "The equipment was ages
ii' 4g$* we we arrived"Jones says "There was a legimate com
plaint to be made about the conditions here. The big difference -
." now is that with our newer equipment most of
the process self-contained. This Is more efficient for

Norway.. us and lets us control quality more tightly which resultsin
L'Dlreetfrom ... vessel made In Norway and Is'just part a better product for our customers."
cooking was Bergen.
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Industries have Installed at tbeUamp&oa, 4r The plant runs 10-11( hours a day, five days a
equipment ,, employs 32 people with a weekly payroll of $14( $12,000
the old model
The new vessel uses M percent less energy than : \
which then benefits the local community.
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';. .!I,. S. ." ,' J;' The Hampton plant has undergone complete facelift in the past five years See... Griffin.
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f February drops a wet 'chill over use your imagination: .
( backwood's. Florida..In the palmetto 'Think of a low pine field littered! r
: swamps' west from Sanderson, fog with bodies.unagjne 1,000 muskets I
sits low and thick above the ground. i going off at point,blank range.im
Sometimes If the wind' Is right it agine flags and drums and bugle
Climbs up the half-rotted pines until calls.cannons, blasting In' the.
s I all the forest Is an army of tall dark'I distance.and the screams of the In- Ic
I forms standing at attention In the fog, jured and dying.If .
On days like that,; It, makes ;you, you've closed your eyes and real- ,
remember... ly pictured it,you have an idea of the '
It was a February morning, late In ;devastating effect of. the Olustee re-!; '
the month and the fog rolled in froma enactment.. 4'
muddy pond to the south. It was a' For one short afternoon-you could:
morning like any other in Urn swamp, have stepped back almost a century)
near Olustee Station except for one; and a quarter. No detail is forgotten.' s
thin mixed in with the army;ofs Every -possible effort, is made ,to I'' y I
pines was another army. recreate exactly what happened on
As the sun drove away the last of :this historic stretch of scrub land six, r rx + t
\the mist from the trees the ,army 'generations ago. The only difference, ,,;
could plainly be seen shivering fromthe .U the casualty list.. '
cold (or maybe just shivering): This year. officers expect only a
They were over 10,000 In all. Nearly.. ,, :few scrapped knees and stiff backs 7: '
half wore gray, the rest wore blue. ,from sleeping the reconstructed army ,1 to
All of that happened 100 years ago*) camps In that other February I'
Tb*' survivors/ their l eh dren, and the numbers were staggering.The' e
grandchildren are gone. But when Southern; casualties eame'doH I toi 1 : j- ic'k
February comes to Olustee the. .peo, 1,000 including! the killed ,wounded :
pie remember their dead. and missing i The Union's numbers ',,4 4 t + I '
,: "Forget :Hell", reads 'Ii .'semi's .topped the Confederate's, climbing to
bumper sticker in nearby Lake City ,nearly 1.MA.' r
.(home of many of .the Confederate' But \the battle is not the only reason, j
dead),: and truer words were never ..forjoining the celebration.. Top national
spokan. a long 'weekend' theusually entertainer (Johnny Cash and' .r !I
quiet town of 14,000 turns the ,June Carter Cash:c appeared:last'
clock back .18 year,,and lets.out all f year),",musket fights,' Civil :War
,displays, a 10K run fancy dress! ball,
The serene little: burg I* transform* and a fttU{< :eel .Into a Civil War celebration. ,also. .add. to the local blow-out "vma "
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Thousand of menQ battle ns celebrate a b w.t"y W1l 1,
i CunUermS'strut', cross the square 'collage student was heard to uk durt t

mntkcts I slung beneath their arms.Bonaated :- ''tog SErt year feaUv A ptttoeopher> a breathtaking display of the events of a February.111 years ago at'.OrasteeStation.
belle stir pots of orlglon :might, have reminded him that"If we The ,Battle,of glustee'lSftM ;,Do You Re member?!.. .. The Valor and .the Confederacy rise., once more(to remind I I

bopping- ,forget our.history w' "J'O' I doomed" to:'i .Prefaulwral ClvU.War re-functor tome from all over.la.nation to put on Americans of UwJir pest': .
: Gonarata and.Colonels bark orders It..** : : : .,j
Into ate 'snappy February air and, ''i for the averag 'citiatsli Lake CMr !'Olate.',1I'.ti..I''WormoIItion. PQ" : 'rei stay Open tiir a.m. through the evening.:
band artisans of every sort hawk: the. F% ,though, phUosopSlstne teat thlag '-' 'Friday. ., A skirmish between and A One Mile Fun Run wW begin at
Box 31*. Lak IF) 1.r Pri- .
: _.Cityt r3oS3.' ',The festival begins at 8 a.m. on <
t goods that grandma used to make. ,on their nwdfc..Yai Awn, it'* simply :; : : .. Confederate.soldier* on the banks of 9:40: ..DLl\t Olustee park.
.The costume* alone are worth ttrip. an annual reason to have a good time, "'Schedule >day with a dvUWar Memorial' Ser""'. Lake PeSoto: will begin at 4 p.m. and awnm5 At 9 jn.raa antique fata show will
.(Imagine, standingfat, line atMcDonald's t.l1Ie. 6sett at the at and.remember 'I. .. "5, 'vice: at Oaklawn Cemetery" ,l1iLn.' > squara dance will be held at, be held In Lake City andlast throughthe
with J,4II8 time, somethingV4 ..t'i"J\ ,' -' Vf Entertainment bnaias .at'' : '
: a r,yankea'Mrgaant ,. that,;' one* ,uaw a ."iTeentowqatap.no., evening. .
and three !tuoaa ofFIMaud y Important happened here., ';;... : ... 'J. a iMt the opening,.ceremonies .at. *' .
sharpshooters.) .1ae. t'erl' tIaoWi ,+ lL, it.1'. Ohiste park will be held at nest: {$Saturday::Feb. 19. Entertainment'begins, at Otustec
is the battle : : 'C.e"tee Festival .Tbe.... 0..11'.1 and At $ SO the 10K Run will be 'Part at 11 a.m. and a parade begins
,however City beauty ptjs.it. will be hold at s ,;.f.a booth* for arts, crafts food : a.m.
Professional CivU War re naetor* Feb.ld29For Co1fle'll will at : at the OlustM held at Olttstea Park. on Marion Street In Late City at that
In the Lake Community open
come from HI over the nation for theoccasion : p.m. City down Lake City and The booths will be open from: 8:30: time. J
and the effect is,,w* ,just .>) .more Information,. writ* ,, ,Fine. Arts. ''Auditogium4at ,Pat. *.. 'and in, -

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Work on Schedule at New Armory... world War' II Fountain... ;<
Trout construction worker prepare to pour the ceoverhangs: on the new armory building on Avenue A at Armory contraction craters en a fountain built durpresent when a WWII hospital operated In the area'at
ment Into the four loot "eyebrows," concrete Camp Blanding.b. i InJC the 1940's that Is I* be refurbished. The fountain was, the height of activity at Camp B'andlne..i :

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A $1.7 million multi-unit armory Public. Affairs Detatchment. There will be two wings off this ward had 30-35 beds. after a decline that started at the end leased to DuPont for mining purposes
,and post headquarters Is under con- All these units except the 107th PAD main portion that will contain offices, The new armory complex Is an ex- of World War II. Part of the 72,000" and part is held in reserve as a forest
struction at the Camp Blanding are currently stationed at Camp Blan weapons vaults, locker rooms etc. ample of the increased operation going acres that comprise the camp are management. area. / r = "
Training Site by the Triest Construction ding A separate building' will house a on at Camp Blanding, which was '1 L.-'' *: \
Co. of Keystone Heights. "The origional completion date was motor vehicle training facility. recently reclassified as a Class A
Construction of October of 1984 but several Items "Treiat construction Co. Is training site. <"
thearmorylocatedon a prime Do you need to loose,10-20 pounds or more? ,
have been added to the contract since contractor and is "
Avenue A overlooking Kingsley doing a fine Job,
Lake began Oct. 18 and is due to be' then," said Frank Tenney of the said Training Site Commander Colonel -' "The principle factor In the NEW 100% Solution to Weight Lois 'The n.tlonaleadlng manufacturer
completed in December of 1964.! Six Triest Construction Co. "We hope to Augustin Gonzalez. classification of a training site isutilzation of nutritional products gives you new way to get 100% of the 0.
units, in addition to the headquarters have it finished ahead 01 schedule but The armory is centered around a ," fays Col. Gonzalez. quality nutrition you need while' you lose weight. Safety Simply
personnel will occupy the armory. right now we are right on schedule." fountain that has been at the site since "The rule of thumb is that if more
Housed in the new armory will be The finished building will take up World War II. The fountain will be than 10,000 people train there on the -camcatty tested with proven documented' results by two of' the nations ..
Post Headquarters Operations the an area of 45,000 square feet, an area refurbished and serve as a decorativeand average over a period of three years, most prestigious medical Instltuttons. ,
ARNG (Army National Guard) Train- comparable to a football field, and historical highlight to the armory it is considered a Class A military installation 5-day plan when you want to lose a few pounds quickly easily.
Ing Site Unit, Headquarters and Com have 5 acres of parking lots. ," he said. (The clwifica-
The central of the will A located In tion is for 8 week program when you need to loose more than 10 pounds
pany A of the 3rd Battalion 20th area building hospital was the area a state-owned, state-
Special Forces the 927th Medical be an assembly hall that will measure during World War II. It was a operated military installation, not an THE SHAKLEE SLIM PLAN '
Company the 853rd Engineer Detat- 100 ft. by 75 ft. and will be 22 ft high. quarter-mile long with four main cor active or semi-active military in- Keystone Heights Pat Bigbie, 473-7695. '
chment, the 164th Air Defense Ar- The floors in the hall will be of polished ridors. Fifeteen or twenty wards ,stallation.) available
tillery. Detatchment, and the 107th Italian marble. opened off each'corridor andeach; The Camp is. on Its way. back up Distributorships

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I Entries accepted for beauty contest:


Entries are being accepted for the ages of 4-7 and will be judged on poise, Casual Outfit and Best Party Dress.
1983 Northern Florida Regional Na- personality and appearance. Contestants will have a full day of
tional Little Miss Pageant which will Each contestant will have to draw' pageant events and mothers or guar-
be held May 27-28 at the Gainesville or color a picture from a coloring dians will be invited to spend the en-
Hilton Hotel. book that best describes their per tire day with their daughters.
This is a preliminary for the sonality. Awards for the best picture The winner will receive a' cash-
'Florida National Uttle Miss Pageant drawn or colored will be given. award, an official portrait, National
which will be held in June in Lehigh, Each contestant will have to par Little Miss accessories and a round -
Fla. take in a judges interview and in two trip to Lehigh, Fla., to compete in the CivPAERE
Requests for applications should be production numbers during thex'Trophies Florida National Little Miss Pageant,, r -- -

mailed to:. Florida National t1 ,, TheJrTlorjda NationalLittle Miss nr nr.r.
Miss Pageant. P.O. Box 1396,Lehigb beTawarcledTutne TPigeau; *i Wan affiliation with the Miss COMPARE
'Fla.a 33870-1396." i 'r ,' .., .categories" of MIss Pbotogenlct Beat National: Teenager Pageant which
Contestant 'must be' between'' he ...Personality. Most' Poised.. Best ''ha&jusLcampleted j Its eleventh year.

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I Anglers sign up for RedMan tourney .

Local bass anglers who have signedup competitors. The angler with the top three anglers from each division \ '
in the Gator Division of the Red highest in the division at the end of the join to form a field of 30 competing for $ 42 Ounce ... Havollne 4.75'Oz.,
Man Tournament Trial have their se- half dozen tournaments earns $1OOT major cash prizes on the third day of Trend 88... Motor' 3 $1 .LifebuoyFor
cond shot at earning cash prizes and in points money from OMC$500 from fishing. The winner' share will be a
points on the Kissimmee Chain of Evlnrude and $500 from Johnson Out- hefty $15,000.The I Box Detergent Oil Soap
Lakes March 6. boards. The same goes to the top point angler who boats the largest f Regularly 1.391 Save on Trend heavy Regularly 1.28' ft 1.391' 30W or Regularly. 2 For 88-1 Bath size
Fishing out of the Big Toho Marinain anglers in each of the nine other divi- single bass will earn a new duty laundry detergent. Limit 2. 10W40 motor oil. Umlt 5 quarts. deodorant soap. Limit 3.
Kissimmee Gator anglers will be sions on the Red Man Tournament., 150-horsepower motor-from Mercury
plying the shallow grass and pads of Trail. Outboards. \ A
the chain lakes for heavyweight, Scoring points will be acertain aim The entry deadline for the Kissim j r ss Ahe
pawning bass that will earn a at Klssimmee and the following four mee ,tournament is Feb, 23. Additional _
guaranteed minimum $1,000 for the qualifying events however for an information on the event and 1 r '
winner.A even richer season. the Red man TournamentTrail, can ; O
full 100 percent of entry money on The top 24 fishermen in the Gator be obtained from Operation Bass Rt. 2$1 c t 12.
the Red Man Trail will be returned as Division will qualify for the Red man 2, Box 74B, Gilbertsville, KY 42044. ,! ,;;;
csah prizes. Purses are guaranteedby All American Bass Championship at a Telephone (502) 362-4880. :
supporting sponsors Stroh site yet to be announced in October. 115 Count. ', a Cannon:;: -

Brewery Co., Humminbird by The angler with the heaviest catch Delta Paper r Bath t : r'I
Techsomc, Mann's Bait Co. and Ryobi after two days wil win a new bass boat t Towels Towels: x''t.(:
from of Arkansas. Mean- -c-
American Corp. Ranger 1(
Geared to the non-professional, while, new Rangers will be earned by (k11a ':\\ I Regularly 67 Solid andstriped
grassroots angler, the entry fee for the high man in each of the other nine : !JrCJ.ll Rolll Absorbent -. I terrl
each Red Man qualifying event is an divisions. While 240 fishermen will be w.vIwall ss paper towels. ; ", bath towels/\
affordable S50.. Each one day contestis on hand competition for the Ranger ,Gll1pft: < tng : LImit 2 rolta. 'Irregulars y
staged by professional OperationBass rigs will pit anglers only against their /
tournament crews. fellow division qualifiers In the first, r
The March 6 showdown KIssim-- phase.
mee is the second stop of six qualify The rewards grow sweeter In the se-
ing tournaments for Gator Division cond stage of the Ail-American. The
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The Deer Hunt $ IK Basketball J ..
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1:00 A.M.-Al.rns clock ring*. 69280 *t& Pr Terry Trims 1.tfi4fc' Crew ,:

1:00 AJM.Huntlng partner arrhro and drag you out of ...... ,2, Ladles'and children's terry trimmed Socks
2:10 XL-Throw everything but the kitchen link, In the" pickup. ,i Soft, 2 ply facial tiaaues In the fluffsport shoes or men's, boys,and Pack of 1 or 2 pair SUcks for men';,
1:00 A.M.-leavo for the deep wood with cup of Instant coffee In hand. out dispenser box. limit 2. 'youths' canvas basketball shoes. 'or boys. White with striped top*. '
1M AJM.-lplll. cup of .Mutant ...... In lap-wide. awake owl
1:15 A XL-Drive. back homo and pick up d ii. and .bullet '
1M AJvVOrtve FAST to get to the deep woods before daylight. : '
4:00 A.M.-t.t up camp-forgot tent I l$4
,10 A.M........ She ___.. Skinny fibers lit shag carpetsare 59
4:05 A.M.SOO eight ..... gone with the wind. The trend EachMen's 1
4:0 A.M.'.... careful aim and ..._.. trigger.! .' ")',( now is carpets made with short "
4:04 A.M.-tack. > fat fibers. These carpets are pro Dress Or Pack, .
.,07 AJM.-loed ..... while dear go aver hill. J '.'. / ving durable and more easily Sport,Shirts' '8 Roll" ;"
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grog A.M.-...... back to
camp. .cared-for than the long "
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were$popular a couple of drena orilrts or woven .
.10:00 A jM.-.eall.. you don't know whoro camp I*. : r ,
yean ago.Shags plaid long sleeve sport t 1.921 '
rifle for
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help. shirts Sires 14.V4 to 17 v ptyy '
manufactured with fat '
MOO AJM.-fat soma wild' Mmoe.I 'I, 2 'aclalquality
IM A.M.-._ out of ...........ht doer coma .back fibers are not as likely to crush and 8.M.L.XU .. facial
Moan-Stranaa feeling. In stomach. down and become matted. The Crew Neck .4 ,tIBaue... Limit Z,
lltIS P'jm.-Boalhia haul. you ato were ,01_. .''l ,fat fiber"havn a resilency which ,8weatatlirts.t\.rx3 a ,f+ ,
IIJO: P.M.-R..cu.d. ; allows them to bounce back'' totheir' "" II ,
12:" PJN.-Ruih .. hospital. .. "have stomach purnpod. t.r=' I originAl shape/even'after :
1:00 ..M. ,...... back t. 'IJ ; "
at camp. J : .. i, hard usage : ,
1M PJM.-Uava camp .. kill ..... r v.." ,.'. ', .' Come in' today and look over I9' 'J7o, ""',fJ.,:'if>

4:00 P.M.-g.t.rn.si camp for bunet, '/ .. ,'' agrodng our latest selection of shags, and. '
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4:00 P M.-A.riv. back at camp-door In camp.i A; r.p : ; :
4:00 P.ML-laad rMo. ('l,1I', '/"ll':'<. {+ other beautiful floor coverings. n's'Belted' t- .sjiminuitt': >

4-., JoV-Hro. ..": at ..... [ '-" .. r J.. "h'; I We maintain an inventory, of the PenN, Flit.\',\ .
.. 'ti.i ', I very latest St.yles1'
: .M.'O-.pIcI&uptrvdo. lariy 10.09 Palrf 1 Bo 2 For Mlj12"x ..
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4:00 .....-.O*.OM strong deslra to shunt hunting ". ..-. jq ,r' ,'J f.. .. \ .' color, noon pants '*jr 2S1 Diamond
4tlO ..M.-*... Into .......... 'r."l'1'd.: : ''\\Y.I .. ," .... I'/IIItChing: striped belt.. fi '' i ., aluminum foil by ,-I\f.l\ a' e
4.11 P.M.-Chong ......... throw burned clothes. 'In fI.....v_ ',',: :J.-1 !. ,M : a1 29 'to 42.. -..- .- (Fteynolds.! limit'2 r 'I
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: 'a1' Carpet Iii wood At All tiwrli tar Stora Thro '. '
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4U7 UO P.P JML-Meot...-.....bear...and .toll, drop rifle .In mud, i, '.:, 't",'\\i!, 4;, "f fh: 't.{Cherry St imid To Limit Delvers.** On 3om* ,", I'., / 9Sarrke. ,. alti"No :, .,:

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More... Griffin I L .r I I.

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from page 1'We're i, .'.r '. '
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well pleased with the ; ..
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workforce we have here In the Hamp --' -
ton are." Jones says. "All of our <<
men are local, too and that's .,.
something we're proud of." .
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25 of those employees, have been w\ "
with the company (or five years or /i\.I/lF

,.more.The Hampton plant takes ID Its' raw Ai' I ..'

'. materials from slaughterhouses\ and .
livestock yards all over North and .
Central Florida and South Georgia. .. "
They operate fleet of nine specially --- -
modified route trucks designed for
clean economical pickup of the raw 1 3 u :: : -
material that never has to touched by -
\ human hands 'either at the pickup -
.' point or during the! entire process.
J "That's part of the beauty of the
t newer equipmet we're using here
''I now," Jones says. "It has made the
plant a much better place to work: for
: our employees and as know; has
made a big difference in .the
ecological factor-as well." I
A big part of that new equipment Is ? _ _
a new $300,000 cooker tank made in -- 4 4
Bergen Norway. Much more efficient \, t
than the old one in place the companywill 1
save up to 25 percent on energy 4. ii
costs' when it Is Installed, which pill _

put monthly a good electric dent in bill.its $13,000-119,000 :.l':, : "..,-,......-\ ', \. ..' a J ., .y '..._... r r"'j '.'V'....,-- !:;: '
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This Is a fine piece of equipment," : \ Z:2': .', ::. F _____ J
Jones said. "It will use less steam to ., .,. ,.. ...., ,, ., > !
operate than the old tank and the '" I The new rises from the old... Hampton-SUrke area. With 85 acres to grow In. company I
rotors Inside will turn much < .:: 11 : : j rf New owncnhlp by Griffin Industries has meant an expanded officials expect to continue to Increase capacity In the
slowerCabout( six 'revolutions per : payroll and a brighter future for workers lit the years ahead. -
minute compared to 30 RPMs) so it WI', "y ,.
require much less malntanence. Like ;y -. -
everyone else .we were forced to .
become much more energy efficient i i i
when the energy crisis hit 2-3 years .
ago. The benefits are obvious." 1.."' '" Photos and textMark
The plant has. a modern lagoon' 'J' J t v r *
1 system for water purification- .. .: "
stating of three large pools equippedwith .t.. by
gas engine Impeller engines. ..
which keep the water fa constant mo- .,
tion.This keeps the common bacteria. Friedlin
alive that consume the waste in the

state.water and return it to 'its original ..1 rb.

"This Is one feature of this site hereIn
Hampton that we were glad to' Plumbing job....
see," Jones said. "We didn't keep any Plant manager Tony Kennan Inspects the filtration and purification system
of the old company's original equip- Inside the factory/
ment but they did have the irrigation
pools in place and they are very effect ,r 'r r d 1tr. yi
tive. percent of the raw materialwe ,'
receive is composed of water so
you can see the need for this type of

system." 1 1n ,
'The company own: a total of 85 -I dI r l
acres at the Hampton site and Jones
says the plant will be expanding
steadily In the future.Griffin now has
20 plants In 12 southeastern states. r r .B
Quality control is another area that i Y
Griffin b noted 'for. The Hampton I r
., plant operates a fully equipped :{i : <" : .
laboratory where chemist Robert ;. : : i'i,,:,I''i'Y _
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Contois runs up to 23 different tests on' ,'\ ," ', .,: ,", \, ;
both products of the plant, the pure \ .' ;" 'J;;' :,: ff".t.. ", .t. :.
tallow and the- raw animal protein! I '\, ln." \I '\ "

material.He :.t ,. : w
runs several checks before each :I tI > 4 L i
..shipment leaves tho Hampton plant.. r"I'" .J. ; ,. ,,. "f'. "
t.The protein content of the meat and'ne ,tr,.
; "7 ,.... J ,
ppne l rv oonstanlly-tnonitore >' rrn
'. _
i 9! with a process-known a 4heJ eldahl>i
nitrogen test. He also 'checks the : i .
phosphorous- calcium residual fat .
and moisture content. The meal la ,' _
also evaluated for bacterial conlamination. -. ,"
Finally. a microscopic \"''l. ..
scan Is of the meat and bone meal it- ,,' :;" ., Control Center...
done by separating each component Kennan and Lawton Youngblood stand at the plant's electrical control center.
according to density and then checking ..
it for any physical contamination t ..
such as metals glass grit and sand. d -
"Quality control Is a necessity for -j
us here at the Hampton plant and in : itr A nnYOUR
ell of the Griffin plants" Jones says. : ,
'We've built our reputation on this .. CARNATION DEALER
:and we; Intend to keep: it up here in this ,-, T I -

/'a Safety ,is""alti6 l Important*. ''The .Quality control.. We
'.'Hampton' plant has won thecompany's Griffin Industries Chemist Robert
Annual Safety Award two Contois performs 'ODe of the more The'Meat \
X ouf,of the three years since the award than ZS different purity tests the BEEFED UP t. \
A was initiated at the company's main pleat's products mutt pass. before being -- "
K headquarters. in. Cold Spring. Ken-:. shipped out; Store our bags tj .
lucky. .,__. \
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1 I i,,;., The 'H-ayr, Firm?: of I OPEN 8:30-7 Mon.-Sat. 105 Edwards Road Steer Feed ,CoW Feed I t

:':' Bessent..' Moody &Salzman Food Stamp Welcomed 964-8290 with a big

Starke % Bonus!
;' ," (. announces Quality Rights Reserved

1 \' I Relocating to it's YOU GET 10% EXTRA !
Family Pack : FEED...FREEl f
99 It'.In Itw.baql Th.Carnation Brnfy*bag...a
new office at' PorChops. .(*\*f*4 .'*sV a.. ... .*W. 10% Boom Pak of mm Florida S<..r...ttw
I teed Ihnl'f lottlftad with all the vitamins and
z 4O3 W Georgia Street Family Pack' Fresh ',4 : '. winter mlnaralt fsading.. to maintain' your but cattle during '-

." "' : '. ;Starke, ':Florida/ Neck; Bones. 4, 1",,, ":.r.. " ... 59 And we did the same for

( : (. between-theCourthoute. :Be Holiday Inn)) Ha.:'Premium ,}'"' 10
'r, Effective-Monday. :Feb. 14,, 1983Telephone'number Whole' Chicken]: : 49 .\
: lI
remalnf1i964-262 i ]HORSE FEED

USDA Choice Boneless i I\I,2, .
... V\1 A BIG' 10% BONUS
i 11IIIIi'1 .Heavy Western Full Cut | j s, ,.' t @ i 'OF FEED IN THE BAGHcneFeed

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; No Extra Pricer
USDA Choice Set or Call Your Carnation Dealer Nouil
, I .;. ,$2 19
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: t. : Bulk 'Molasses
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i' yH5 ; ;") ,, l 1\ f'.,... J"I Attention Chicken Farmersl We have elect. motors puttoys.

i V'tf. WiJh"cDup'" 1I 11 .1 nd/lJeef. '. ,:.', "w.:' i :... '..;.('. ..'..'-\;... .$. 1 39Ftetlt belts, timers starters and curtains for your houses. '
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;1"!Includes 4 Qts. ,Oil ,&(, Filter I .8round Chuck. .,. ,. l :. .. . ... '! .$1. .69. .
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PacetB February II ISH3

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FSP Officer Fired After Escape;
Jaycee-Ettes .

v One Eacanee Remains, At Large ,COne :
Chartered in correctional officer...lost his ford ptlt fl.Potesman. Possibly tko":"

Job over the escape of two Inmates tower officers: and one wing oI eer
last Saturday at Florida State Prison, will receive disciplinary action. Hid:
Bradford -ii according:: to Superintendent Richard Bradford : "
Du gger. One of the escapees: remains Talavera. 31. wa aPDnhendecl by
at large. authorities later Saturday about five
Inmates Manuel Tslavera and, miles northwest of tile prison III the
County'The Rays Alien Candello escaped from New River swamp>> near CR-229. Ms.was .
the prison at 7:59: a.m. after they cut shot In the right thigh during! the.
newly formed Jaycee-Ette their cell bam and the fence that surround capture and returned,to FSP. .. ,.
the institution. The Inmates,
has received their charter
charter: celebrating National were reportedly seen by a prison staf Carnlello, 30,. is serving a 11-year
Jayceetee Week. Feb. 13 thru 19. r fer but they went undetected by the sentence for possession of cocaine:
Memben of the Starke chapter In- r correctional officers In the tower. and second-degree: murder from;
clude Kathy Grtffla Vickie Nlcula Correctional officer Samuel Foster Broward County. Also a one-year.
Carol Hayes state;director; Diane h 35, of Plant City has been fired. of sentence: for escape from Union Cory::
McNeal treasurer; Bobbin Stephens Sunday. He was charged with rectlona: ) Institution.
secretary: ; Wendy Replogle vice negligence and falling to prevent an Talavera Is serving a 124-year
sentence: from Broward County for
Terrie president escape.
president; Hunter ;
Further disciplinary action In exBrad- false imprisonment, robbery and an
Mitzel and Olivia
Nancy Harper.
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wwM4tt .
*<> Vvrnon escape attempt last year.Financing
offer chance to meet
Jayceettes a ..;..,e ..
and work with new acquaintances -"- L
teresting people and to enlarge your
:, social contact with others of similar
age and Interests also it Is a chanceto
have an active role in the civic life 1

of Starke. said Terrie, 11 go
Any young woman between the
ages 18 and 38 may Join and there la 10
no economic religious georgaphic or Jaycee-Ettes Celebrate Their Own Special Week... .
race restrictions for membership.
The local dues are$20 paid annually.The The Newly formed Starke Jaycee-Ettes are Griffls Treasurer Diane McNeal. and Olivia Harper.
Jaycettee will be assisting the celebrating National Jaycectte Week. Feb. 13-11. PIeNot pictured are Vtee-Preddent Wendy Replogle and ENTIRE NEW
Jaycee's In their projects and will be hired are (L to Rh State Director Carol Hayes Presl- Secretary, Bobbin Stephens .
doing projects of their own. The extent dent Terrie Hunter Nancy MI..... Vickie.Nicula Kathy -
of involvement depends on the In- Car & Truck
dividual member. man transcends the sovereignty of be of laws rather'than of men.That Interested young women are invited Inventory
The Jayceettesbelieve that faith in nations; That economic justice can earth's great treasure lies in human, to attend the next meeting at the
God gives meaning and purpose to best be won by free men through free personality; And to Chamber of Commerce at 7:30 p.m.
human life; That the brotherhood of enterprise; That government should humanity is the beat works life. 'on March 1.

. Local Servicemen................,.........................................................
All 1'983 LID'SWagons
Sgi. E.T. McDade Ronald J. Seabaugh Starke, has been specially Identified Tomlinson Is -an administration
Arrives for Duty Receives Promotion for early Force senior.'airman 'ehecia st at RAF Lakenheath.
in the VS. Air England.
4 Door ,
Sgt. Eaton T. McDade IT, son of Marine Sgt. 'Ronald J. Seabaugh ,
Charles and Barbara McDade of Lexington son of Aleta M. Seabaugh of Keystone / Commercial
N.C.. has arrived for duty at Heights, has been promoted to his MabIIe""s.Power-
Clark Air Base, Philippines. present rank while serving with Third '_ _____BuBdlngt $ over dealer
McDsde an administration Force Service Support Group on Wood
specialist with the 3rd Combat Sup- Okinawa. Hants MachineSKELTON'S ,-- 8 3
was previously assigned '
at Laugh Air Force Base Texas. James E. Tomlinsoh POWER WASH invoice

McDade whose wife, Roxie. Is the Promoted to Senior Airman .
daughter of Nina Griffls of Lake M It can to wittod Wt cm wish Itfl
Butler Is a 1978 graduate of Lex- James E. Tomlinson, son of Wln-
ington Senior High School. fred E. and Geraldine Tomlinson of
Mobil Hones mm 23" Cd for

II Obituaries J Brick-I Wood Homes from r3$" Fm 473-4S51 Estimates '.Mustang GT's

member of the Presbyterian faith:
Virginia T.McKinney Mr. Peterson is survived his
.Mrs. Virginia T. 71, of by
McKinney 1983 Vans
wife, Mrs. Alice Lowe Peterson of
Starke died Tuesday morning Feb. Keystone Heights.
15 In Bradford Hospital following a Cremation and graveside services THIS AIR
long will be held today Feb. 17,
'Born in Bradford Mrs.
at 2 in the Keystone Heights
McKinney had been a life long resident p.m. CONDITIONER IS SO
Cemetery with Dr. J. R. Neale of ,
of Starke and was a member of ficiating. Arrangements were under | || | [

Grace Baptist Church. the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof
Survivors Include a brother Harral EFFICIENT IT CAN 1983
Tomlinson of Jacksonville; one sister Keystone Heights. 4x4s

Mrs. Ella Sweat of Starke; one

dauchter-ln-law, Mrs. Marlene iHugfijey i Mrs.Mrs.' Mandy Mandy Manning Manning. 83, of \EVEN ,CUT YOUBHEATING V-6 Speed :
two grandchildren, and ? P.werr5! :Over-
several nieces; and nephews. Lawteyvv died Thursday morning, ." :'. : BILLS!"" MB f fIt's ",,'w (iJ, oj t> fit ,4
Feb. 10.at Bradford Hospital following ,
services will be held today an extended illness. drive Air Glass -
Feb. 17 at ,
Thursday 3:30 p.m. at .
Mrs. Manning was the widow of the -
Grace Baptist Church with Rev. -
late Charlie Manning and the
Donald Scheetz Burial
officiating.will daughter of the late Buster and Bonnie
be In Santa Fe Cemetery under the Golden Round -

the Starke.direction of Jones Funeral Homeof residents Padgett of Johns Bradford former County.pioneer She Carrier's most efficient In StockOUS

was also a member. of the Highland home heat pump ever. S

Ned Carrol Coleman Survivors include three O Cools In summer cost like a

died Naval Ned Monday Carrol morning Coleman Medical, Feb.79.Center of 14 Starke, in the in Mrs.Mrs. Sidney Florrie Belle Bussey Higginbotham, both daughters of Starke and high-efficiency, ratings sir of conditioner.S.E.E.R 9 or higher. liililt1AAlIililiii/ ![ Regional
and Mrs. Lottie Davis of Tltusville for most sizes!Replace old air
Jacksonville following a long illness. three sons, Edward Manning and; conditioning and lave) Compare & Save

-i. .< Born was in Bradford a lifelong County resident, Mr.of Coleman the- Sidney Manning, both of Lawtey and Hcata economically I In winter. mll\llllllllllllmIill\ !( ![[ 1 ,
Cecil Manning of Titusville 25 grand- '
Starke and veteran of World ; Produces over 2'A times as
area a

War Master II.Sergeant Mr. Coleman from was the retired U.S.Army as a children 17 greatgreatgrandchildren.Funeral 57 services great-grandchildren! and much resistance rival healers per watt when as electric thetemperature's mmmll1nl1 IIIlmllm( II iffll 1 1981 Bronco. .,' ? .x,0495i9S2.Rliazer

: were held Sunday,
with over 22 years of service; was a freezing! : '
Feb. 13, at Highland Baptist Church 8495
member of Bethel
Church and
Baptist with Rev. Ed Harvey officiating. O Can work with your existing > t ...
member of American
was a Legion Burial was in Highland Church forced-air furnace for even .
Post No. 116.Survivors.
Cemetery with Archie Tanner bigger energy cost savings. $9995 .
Lois Harper include Coleman his; three wife sons Mrs., Funeral arrangements.Mrs.Home. of Starke In charge of 1982 F250 (A114/esa) d. .

Nolan Knute Coleman Coleman Coleman of Jacksonville of of Starke Ormond and;Charles Beach three Mable Bailey Don't Walt to Start Saving, Call Todayfor f982 100 Id: $8195riii

Mrs. Mabel Bailey. 85, of Starke,
daughters Woodbrldge Mrs., Va.Amelia, Mrs. Felter Virginia of died Tuesday evening Feb. IS, In a free estimate \of how much you '
Bradford Hospital following
an extended .
Chambers of Kittery Maine and
Mrs. Walker of Jacksonville illness. can ,save., No obligation.
Gayle ; .
Born and raised in New York where
and Funeral 15 grandchildren.services will be held she attended school: Mrs.Bailey mowed TerrvlllegarMotors.

Thursday Feb. 17. at Bethel BaptistChurch today to Starke in 1971. Mrs. Bailey war !
of the Methodist faith. HAYES ELECTRIC &
at 2 p.m. with Rev. Leon T. Survivors include her'' husband, .
Odom, pastor officiating. Burial will
Lorenzo Bailey of Starke .
be in Lake Cemetery under ; one
Kingsley ,
brother Morris Gamble of New
the direction of Jones Funeral Home York; and one sister Mrs. Grace ,AIR CONDITIONING 208,W. Madison US 301
ot Stake. Military rites will be performed
Hungerford of Medina New York. 964-7200
graveside.Galen Funeral services are Incomplete. 355N. Temple Ave., Stub! 964-8744 .
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Start (III In charge of arrangements.
Galen Willard Richards M, of
'Starke died Friday. Feb. 11, in the .
Naval Air Station Medical Center 5 .

Jacksonville Born In ,Fielding following a Utah long Illness.Mr. .Any WHOLE 5 INTEREST RATES .ARE' DROPPING!

Richards moved to Starke over 25 Room .
years ago from Great Lakes III. He HouseAdditional :
'was a U.S. Navy veteran of World NOW IS .l.

War II and the Korean Conflict; and & '. I:
Hall[ > ,
!was retired as a chief hospital corp- 9'5 :
'sman with over 30 years of service.He "$5"9' "
also retired after 23 years as a 4. ,. TO BUILD
medical technician from, the Union $ '149.5 .
.Correctional Institute, Raiford;and '
was a member of the Church of Jesus itf .) ..' /". 1 ,
,' \ ; t',1).. <. .. ..
Christ of Latter Day Saints of Starke. ;,' : :,
I .Survivors include his wife, Mrs. : .

I Catherine Richards; one daughter, "sofaFurniture- .. ':,' a See "s estktoatas; 1m'' .
Ms. Kelly Richards of Starke; one ,., ; "
brother Steve D. Richards of Austin Room"WaAIso : '
.Texas; and four sisters-in-law. t1 : AM. :ni&L "e'w.' construction :

services held .
-Rosary were Monday $ S' .
night at 7 p.m.. F-b. 14 at aw DeWItt ,. 1 ., '
.C..Jones Chapel with lather Joseph $ 5' Remodeling ', .
..Finlay officiating. Funeral services 1 9'
were held Tuesday morning, Feb. 15, ; Additions ..1.Clean
at.10 a.m. at the DeWItt C. Jones .
with Mr: Winston Barber 01.flclatiJII. : Grapes : .'
Chapel .... ,
.. 1'01'M.
,. '. "'\ c'' a
: Burial w..ln Crosby Lake.Cemflei'Y < ".! "y..yrulaP' ':jY.: ..'::;r.. aril.Fledda -
direction r" : f ,... ;: ,; ,
under the of .
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;1. ,
Jones Funeral Horn, of Starke. ..
'Military rites were held graveside./ Carpet Cleaning \, : '.No Jflfe. 'is Toe' Lw e.or Too SmaflSTEVE ':

John A. Peterson for IIs.atw '
v & Dye Co. :: "
John Allen Peterson, of ,

Keystone Born. Feb.In 13.Heights Bradford in Bradford died, pa.Sunday.Hosptial Mr. J mornbig. >etea'. :; 782-3559 j.t't'' }:":;"f, .' HAYES :BUILDERS: INC.., ';"" \: '"

son hb: re mty moved to Keystone cll:8rlafsMa41 l y., tal" 33 ".",T.w fc AM..- StMffc. *; i ftorWa W4- 211f1 .
Heights from Houston Texas.He was (.8dlf : .

.d veteran of World War I> and was a :. ,. .. ,, .
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I EHSRfitofcifcc'' ,. Quiet, Starkqwight Shattered by Truck Tire Explosion a I
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Explosion" of a large seml-tracto? quick action as they arrived and putout ed Into Tenneco when he saw it was them open.! 1ChcBaer
4 trailer tire boomed through the fire.The owner of the truck J. open and knew could get water laid he didn't like Starke '
R. Whltson of Charlotte N.C., had a there. Whitson said if the truck had nil father was killed near Baldwin in
cansIng \ small fire extinguisher in the truck caught fire out somewhere where a wreck 43 years ago and cousin was
f 's A""x Yyc Juries. but ha couldn't put the fire out with It. there was oCl'waler.1t very well could killed when huts log truck was hit headon -
+ The tire caught fire on US-MI and have burned up, by one of two rock hauling trucks
1{ the driver pulled the U-wheeler into Whltson was asleep in the cab when drag racing about 10 years ago on
the Tenneco station in Starke 4 US-301 at it p.m. Monday, Feb. 14. .lo be woke up to a fire; if a house fire the fire had been caused by a leak in t
n a'f' The explosion was loud enough to la any worse I don't want to experience the air-brake system fixed it and said At least this tire fir has a happier
fllJ bring several citizens to the that," Whitson told firemen. the empty truck would run fine. The ending for CheMeriWhltson
r, downtown area to ee what was goingon. Bobby Shannon saw. the flaming fire was caused by the emergency bad hU IB-wheeler sold ash :
It occurred with the two tlucken'rltt.t ,tire as he was getting off work from brake bands tightening down due to was hoping to get back to Charlotr* 6
'the tire,they,escaped without Winn Dixie; Shannon and some other lack of air pressure. Emergency without further incident. He w <.
1 "t people.. chased the truck down.. The brakes are activated by springs traveling empty to take no chanc.
rr ,firemen were eredita4'frith. tver Howard Chesser, said he pull- which must have air pressure to hold with the truck. .
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Arrested ,.Year's Eve at Hercules: Those tires colics
2 In Bradford ;, l paraphernalia, according to I
J and wheels have been recovered and Deputy Mack THEATRE .,
For ,Clay Burglary:; .;: charges have been,, filed In that Johns was eleasedlatter he posted J
I Phillip Lyons 35, and Rocky.Cllrt-.;'.' burglary. ? a $752 cash bond. Starke 964-5451 "
r ton Thompson,24,both of Starte were:' The wet ground.and weather is
arrested Feb. 15 on warrants from making the investigation harder said FrI Sat. Sun.
Backus but there leads in .
Clay County. Lyons was charged with are some Starke Accident
, dealing in, stolen and the latest theft.
property 1
, Thompson was charged with, Value of the stolen tires and wheels Leaves Two InjuredA A sWQf.kfnqt We aPhejTi'o ..

After Explosion... burglary, according to Chief Deputy is approximately $570. tractor-trailer truck tried < en ill takes
J.R. Whltson. left and Howard Chewer remove 9400 truck tire Denton.Glen Moore and. Investigator! Don. avoid a vehicle which was pulling
which exploded Monday night In Starke. Both were within Inches of and Pontiac Strikes away from a stop sign on US-301 but 1I
the tire when It blew but neither was Injured. Thompson Lyons are chal'lled'with Fire could not and struck the vehicle.Both
the of City HydrantA
burglary a mobile home in the ffBiNIGHT ]
driver of the car and his wife were
Middleburg where approximately 1978 Pontiac driven by Derek J. taken by Rescue W to Bradford
$1,400 worth of stereo equipment and ,
Osenenko of Dunnellon struck to
a con- Hospital according Patrolman
} Three Burglary Reports in Starke AreaA was a TV all were recovered taken.The In stolen the Keystone property crete rain gutter and traveled along David Crum. t
the curb striking guard post and fire The Feb. 10 accident occurred as a
Heights and Starke where it had
I area hydrant Feb. 15 on US-SOlin Starke.. 1974 White tractor-trailer truck
burglary of Coleman Cabinet ,from her front porch at 1101 Pine been according to Investigator! ; Osenenko apparently fell asleep at driven by Arthur Tommy Fretcher 1
! Shop was reported Feb.15.according Street according: to Patrolman Greg was the wheel according to Lt. Estoni was southbound on US-301. When .
Bond for each of
to Patrolman David Crum. Nichols. The value of the charge
the bike was i Mother. Fretcher saw the 1977 Buick start
j Taken from the building was an an- given as $129, (set at $1502 and both men were' Damage to the Pontiac was $500. from the stop sign by Shuford'sChevron
tique Singer sewing machine head a transported to Clay County Jail Feb..,' Damage to the fire hydrant was$100. Station entering US-301 he
'1&: '
1 Zenith black and white TV and a AMFM Gordon's Chevron Station was cut toward the center of the roadway
radio. Value of the Items was broken into early Wednesday, Feb. but could not avoid the vehicle. 3O1 I DRIVEFrl. )
i estimated to be$130. 16, according to Patrolman Crum. A Tire Thefts Strike ---, Clay County Drug The Buick driven by Ellis James

i small amount of money was taken Again At Hercules Arrest In Keystone Honeysette was struck and came torest ., Sat., Sun., Mon. I'i
j Joanne Brazed'reported a girls from the station which is located at on the sidewalk and in shrubbery.
,, 10-speed bicycle was taken Feb. 9, 987 N.Temple Ave.! in Starke. The Hercules Maintenance Shop one A Keystone Heights man was arrested !>> s...tte, 75 and his wife
\ Alton Rd. in Starke has once again / Friday evening on drug Mildred, 77. oi .lfnnson. Mi. were .1
,been the victim of burglars.' charges. treated and released at isCH. I
j The theft of four Goodyear tires and James Daniel Johns 24,- of 1335 Fletcher of Willacoochee Ga. was
Two Minor ,Accidents in Lake Butler' four wheels from a vehicle in the lot at' Point View Rd. in Keystone Hts. was .
Hercules was reported Feb. 14,according arrested Feb. 11 and charged with Damage to the Buick was $2,500.
! Arletha Joyce Chesser of Jackson- Butler.Two people suffered minor Injuries to Investigator Steve Backus. A possession of more than :20 grams of Damage to the tractor-trailer truck
ville ,was charged with improper in the 10:27 a.m.accident. similar burglary occurred New marijuana and possession of nar- was $2,500. T Y
I backing in an accident Feb.: 14 next to Dillard was treated and released by )
I the Farmers and Dealers Bank; In her personal doctor.Richard Fairish,
Lake.Butler. a 14-year-old passenger in the second Starke Man,,,22,.Jailed for Burglary, Other Charges I
.' vehicle,, was treated and released.
According to Trooper W. M. from Union County Hospital. 'An additional arrest has been made 1 Covington,who is awaiting trial fora counsel,' according to the Bradford .
Abrams. a 1973 Dodge., driven by in the burglary of Allen's Fish Market* burglary charge from Sept. 1982, County Sheriff office. e PLUS
Chesser. was backing from a parked Dillard, driving a 1970 Ford, pulled on Brownlee Road In Starke. was arrested Feb.3 and charged with Bond for each of the three burglary Silent
postilion and backed into the side of a'' away from the stop sign rat SW 3rd Alphonso Junior Covington, 22. of. burglary of an apartment, according charges and the grand theft charge la Rage
1977 Mercury driven by Roy Ernest Ave. crossing north on SR-100. Mattie Starke was arrested Feb.4 and charged to Patrolman Willie Searcy. $2,000. Bond for the DI charge ia$105. .'
Suggs of Lake Butler. Damage to the, Mae Parrish driving a 1974 with burglary and grand theft ao-t Also In Sept. Covington was charged Covington Is confined in the Brad- Shawtlms 7:00
Mercury was $150. There was no Plymouth was traveling east on cording to Investigator Steve Backus. with disorderly Intoxication pled ford County'jail.
damage, to the Dodge.. SR-100 and was unable to stop or miss JoAuce Goodman was -arrested ;guilty and was ordered to pay a line of
I DUlard'a vehicle and struck the vehi- Jan. 31 for the Jan. 30 burglary 'of'. :; '$76 which he failed to do.
cle in the left front. 'Allen's. Oysters cartons of cigarette *.. The Office of the State Attorney has

I Ethel 1 Green Di lI rd ; (ns'r. Imd wine were taken store. JTOne d tr@8pall I'after arning charge ., :-\1 ... .\ "
*" l D5mage"' eTorcrwar' $300.:"*' other arrest In the I id a ain8rCCovTngtnd'atid; Mere la also a '" -r ... < .
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vlUn I a accident Fe TJamageto thePlymbuth was200. f F{?* erfted, Aid |;; f fcfr" tq agpadlfjUWe>2g4jo! : ...._ __ _
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Car Runs Stopsign .
"The ey.s of en owl cannot
Causes AccidentSimon move in their socket to the

Henry Mitchell of Starke was bird must turn It* head .
cited for running a stop sign Feb. 14, from lid to aid, to .... Prescriptions filled Lenses DuplicatedSoft
'which caused an accident on East & Hard Contact Lenses. Repairs and Adjustments
Call St, according to Assistant Chief Presciption Sunglasses Gift Certificates
i of Police Harold Crews.
Mitchell driving a 1969 Dodge was AUCTION
-.. traveling north on Church Street in Quality, Service, Super Sayingsfrom
;a.I,4g, ', Starke when he failed to stop for the Thursday 7 p.m. '
116 : v stop sign at East Call Street and .
r- s struck a 1977 Ford on the right fender. Old. Watson The Eyewear Specialists .
'The Ford was traveling east on Call
St. driven by Debbie ,Jo Wike of Store _
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'' .Lawtey.There were no injuries'In the accl-- Liquidation Sale!

11 dent.Damage to the Ford was $1,000. Lots of LOCATED AT: 964.8588Merchandise

: Damage to the Dodge was also 1000. us 301 a. a Edwards Road OPEN: MoM-Frt 9-5:30:

-. 'Across from Sat 9-1:00
#" ,, _.. ,.... New & Used Community Bank

.... .-" :_ __ ._. ( '::fU D Lots of .
.p iign'It. .
M ;
;. Flea Mark.lltems
A1t'e esrcollisioowasthrresultofarunstopslgnMatdaymorningInstark The acre ws originally, Professional Opticians of Florida
when,Ilmoo Mitchell hl> Debbie Jo Wlk In an accident resulting In $.... the area a yoke of oxen Sold by Boxes ..
d., eW,eaeI. ejomot4.p. -t could( plow I In a day. Mlmber
'" ,n Furniture "

Traffic Arrests Hillsborough County, was arrested Danny Kay Hicks,31,of Oklahomawas oJ
Feb. 11 and charged with driving arrested Feb. 11 and charged
During Past Week while his license was suspended according with driving while Intoxicated,according
Walter Swindell, 86; of'Bradford to Patrolman E. D. Phillips. to Patrolman Phillips. I' Grass Strip Ultralight AerostaNothing'
Miiota was released on a $200 surety Hicks was released on a $300 surety
County was arrested :Feb. '9 and '
charged with driving while his license bond. bond.UP Can Compare to flying Ultralight
IOROtM tlw oar lttttlaal 017 iitlM .
to '
was suspended according.. Trooper: ,
Kenneth Ethridge.f r-------------, 1, No license required;

posted, Swindell a $200 was cash released bond\;; ,,,,,after he I : I II ?. & Fastest growing' recreational sport in country., v;' ,
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John Olney AVlnger' 42, of* Ala hua .. ,3, Single and double .seated. A.

was arrested while Feb.Intoxicated 9 and charged according'to with I \ .. 1.1 I 4, Pa de4station[ seat. .t ,:/: L.'k: .. ?, a .,;"i.to -I
driving ,' M '
Trooper W. D Langston. V"V' \ k :& Excellent for crop dusting. :, 1VAf", ;
a300't 1'tU' E'. ;, 'SPECIALS 1I' II I
Avinaer1' was released on -
surety bond. : ,, II : ,:6. Full. intermentation, pontoones, accessories, available.74 .
'fi .
'John Madison" Johnson of Bradford I : ", '. 'I I II Less.than compact cars \ : "

County was arrested Feb. 11 and 4 eyI: .. 6 Cyl. 8 cY(, 14 ?8i. Financing may'be arranged. : : '
charged with driving while IntoxIcated '
,.according to'Trooper D, C. I $139.5.$1715 '$ I II 1 : Aerostat
Roberts. '' "' ,2015' ', ;Grass Strip Ultralight
'Johnson 'was' released after 'be' fyyr
posted $300 cash bond I 1' I.I I. .--...... ....-.........." aM-c4J !
1> i';" ; WITH THIS 'CtUPON.t: :;'; :::::... :;;;: =:
f( *./ ."";d ,;>< 't ..3W rsr "

Thomas,Hi+'i rY".t' ( llle. ,, Jt. of.W : I Plus parts I IIi '"
ynesv111 10 and charged with driving while ln-0 : :";:1 : ,
toxlcat< ," : ,'"
: ,! > ;>
tent' was .32 Pr/M t4accordingtoj) &n Prbvidihg Non-emerg' V
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... (.Rot.s't ''j".c'\1'C"! '- ; 301 Sta&e, \ : ,
a Q
was j ,
t' mixra was aet vvww \une :". II"1t" .j i'' '
,. released ,attbi; >he;posted 0urety JI 964-7500 y"- 372-01OT: : -' "AAedicdl( Transportation : "
bond., i .11< L -.J ,..
v ilw "li ...
i i' '. >'" ,, 'I t1flfIY8 tt1aM \.t11'f"ri/wnE'.el: : lichai'r &
< stretcher patients
.; i Cheryl A. Bell 2J0I Alachua County -< I ,

'with was driving arrested while Feb.her 11;,and license charged: wa Stake Fang '.rMltfln l lLigatiM ; i ; : j'n ,:Ir. ?ford, & Clay Counties'f; '
%. suitieaded., according'." to,,\.Trooper' TtiIJII (Tiptsi.a_tttaitf 1 .... .

1 Belfwas released after. she posted a "; '. ,aJaiaictsiidet.No t .. P:9.4 Drawer' 'H' .
$200 cash bond. .
,, Hospital l stay neceesary. ?JNo' 'Abortkxnfl peHormed \ '-$44223- Star ke. 'Florida' ,

.,.....,',,..Rolser'E'r", \<;<;" \00'{" fJ'''I t;', I 'MUota' ;. ao.. of f, ', .,,' "944b ," 'i 1 4 per, ".r." ',, ...<"Yea., ,, ,I'.01,_ ,.., ." ., :" .. ,' ,: .

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1. .4 ;- '>" > *, HltJ''f BRADFORD, :

. ._ eystone igl t ts"A4:: : : : : I 1)1; RENTALS?,<

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"ke In Hlllcroit. $800 Gator loot Trailer, and Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto foliation and 'repairs.. ,. .." ,NAL ,3r-:21. soonALCOHOLICS ,should be submitted to the Sine Christmas ,, Rent A *'T91er'ush'Ptaw
iwn, 146.44 p.r month 29HP Johnson Andrew Drag. Also Free .''stimef. ...,fisrt year$(f''I:} r 't.i.: ,> ..... Region Monitor office
new motor for .: : y1kiM' and 'WI' __ of Mw -..t.d, ....... teaMpA I t; : < or a
office In fed-
Phon. 473.4058 or with tank. $1200. everal large experience. CoJ4M-42l7:: .\. writing paid
473.4367 after 6pm. 2/3 Day.4733166.owning.gas rent In rear of .building, ask far Clal,. 2/10-3/9 vonc. Unless. credit I I. ,domes, oM, dishes. wont down top at ": \ I Gasoline, Mutt '

tfnchg 473.2843. 2/17 facing Flamingo. Call 4tpd. already established with, '. I .
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BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA! Itchg 4733411. 2/3 tfnchg OCCASIONAL BABYSTTTUiwontedKeystone ANONYMOUS Closed ,.. off ln. I Yard Sale! 64-83071

access Ion from $3,SOO, M CI-S JEEP Renegade, COMPLETELY FURNIMIO area foron meeting Mendoy 8 p.m. MONITOR STAFF CAN :
down 71.74 house on Spring Lake. 2BR. small 3. Call Open: meetings Friday 81Hmt5 NOT BE HaD RESPONSIBLE
$30O per herd top end soft top. Lois boy. age T. .help you along, Map ey me Telegraph to
month. Discount on entire of ..tr.., $4400. C.II A/C. $22S/mo$200 Sandy 473-4413 ,,2/10-17 + .AkMon. ) Monday'Bpad. FOR MISTAKES: IN .
: piece a doee.... yard ole. ad for$2.78(IS ward, THE
10 ocreos. On. waterfronr 4/S-7121 2/17 Itpd deposit.Call 264-5354 alter 2tchg All rm otlngs.at 'CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS
.... .
tot Call 473.437S. 2/3 BAR two bar stools, mint 6. 2/3 tfnchg HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED one Educational Building Community TAKEN OVER THE 0) TOTAL

tfnchg condition $90. Call OFFICI IPACI.downtown day per week In Keystone Church 473.2790 or TELEPHONE. Bradford telegraph RENTAL RE
OMMf RCIAL PROPERTY on 473.2509 2/17 Itpd next to State Forma area. References required. 475-2130.213 tfnchg Classified deadline I. .
corner of Lawr.nc. Blvd 1SFT CU. WHIRLPOOLrofrlgeratorffroeierice Keystone Center Transportation furnished If OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS Tuesday noon prior to 135W. Coll St.
and Flamingo nor SR.100Jftid 160/Moi Keystone n.co lOry. Call __ Not dues,fee*.r weigh..... Thursday publication. Starke 964-6305
SR-21 Intersection and water dispensers, Heights Realty .Inc.. 7-8:30 a.m.* 473-2877, O|>onr! meetings Tueeav's Minimum charge .to 13words
(Tseparate office compfeMes. avocado Excellent REALTOR 473-4961. 2/3 2/10-17 Jtchg '1.30. p..... Community for $2.75 then 10 FFfl .
: corner lot with entrances condition $600. Glass and tfnchg GARAGE DOOR fiberglass. Church ', .EducationalBuilding. cant far each word -
on 3-sides of Chrome dining table and NOW RENTING 2 and 3 or .....01. 16 ft. 'wMe. roll .*- ; Keystone tla.attr. Tha h You J ULIEEH

i building. Own.r financed four chain! $300; Platform b.droom mobllehame .y.... Phon. 473-3962 Heights, 4732790. 2/3 .
t "with low Interest ro'.. Call rock.r recently' covered. l35/mo.. and up. Call evening. 2/17.24 2tpd BINGO Classified AdsGet'Results
473.4920 or 473.3411. 2/3 $9O,, Gloss and chrom. 473-2879 or 475-1078. lake TO RENT OR BUY Ladle*..- lions Club acres. future Farmers America
tfnchg etagere, $45. Call Geneva Mobllehome Park. erclse bike with tension_ tram .high. school. Tuesays,
.PEAR. TREES FLORAHOMi. 473-2483 2/17 Itpd 2/3 tfnchgUNFURNISHCDi and odometer Call Early Bird 7 p.m.! Regular
A high quality fruit for HOTPOINT RIFMGIRATOR. 2BR. house 4734760.217 Itchg 7:30 p._ Public Invited. ____.. __ A safe and
.fjorldo $4.$3 each or 15 or 30" Electric on lake Geneva A/C No 2/3 tfnchg. I
e DR. $75 Range Ads ..lchanr.ltfl' t Pearce
more for $3 each Shipping $85; Dinette Set. 54" pet. $27S/mo. Phone Classified( OLD NEWSPAPERS anyone I sane welgt11loss
/UPS. Rainbow Star Formica Top 4 Chairs $6S. 1-786-6044 2/17-24 2tchg3BR. Get Results wanting them please call RooHn. Il .....Irs Appliance Repair
Phone 473-3353. Itpd 2/17 .. IB ATM! A/C. family the Monitor at 473-2210 {I.Mobile H..... *
GRAVELY 7.6 hp Tractor room utility room. On during business hour I ...... and Real ..Roof', All Work Guaranteed New.TheShaklee
'32607, Phon.' with 30 mower deck. Best Nightingale St $30O/mo. FOR SALEFIREWOOD FREE puppy to good name. Free Estimate I .
904-378-4681 2/10-17 off.r over $800 hikes It. Call 1-268-6069 2/173/10 !, female husky-shephard.. I|t. 473-2US .J I All Brands Including. Microwave Slim Plan.
2tchg Call 475-2667 after 5 p.m 4tchg I amort end very loving. l -a-S Serving lake Region Safe Proven to
AZALEAS. 25 canti, all colon lack Jack Oak I Moods love and lots of .
Itchg 217PERSONAL 104).... ,17. work for people
$5 limit Swan Cr..' LOSTFOUNDFOUNDS 473-472 after I,.... room to tun. 4737893.Steve ,
''''u..ry. SR 26, 2'4 mil.. HuntleyRedfearn's W like you. Clinically'
: .0.' of Melro.e. 2/17 men' &S&f1TG>tffie&fV tested nutritious
one pair *
ffnchg SERVICES prescription gloese* and BroadwayTREE SERI'lCES11mc.o ;; and innovative.
5 ALL NEW 1983i Chevy Diesel
one cop at no. 3 Wal.rCompany ELECTROLUXNow
Conversion;: Van. acrossfrom : SERVICE 1 Used Mobile Homes
5 AT/overdrlve, crul* I
Dir, elec. window and WORK Building patio., Monitor high 473-2210.2110 school. Call tfn Keystone Heights. r* Removal 1 j 1 : 2 & 3 Bedrooms' For Detoll

doors, custom wheels, running addition., remodeling POUNDs 473-3530 Starke, Melrose.Interlachen Call'" ,
boards, AM/FM tope home* and tile work. Free and !: Trimming "'
and .Identify. 2/17 ItchgFOUNDtTool 473-2021
..tlmol... Phone 473-4473 One full warranty
Stereo, C8. sink Ic. box year
with tools.
box surrounding areas. !\ Free Estimate .
clothes clo..'. Factory.warantee during day 2/3 tfnchg Call and Identify. 374-5529 :. : I I Completely Reconditioned,
36000 mil.. CARPENTER WORKl -
high MPG. Ideal for pulling Remodeling work kitchen weekdays.around 2/17 vicinity ItchglOSTi of boll Tow see* H IN lost ..teceto 1 473-4732: = I Repairs 01 Motor John D., Brown'
I Call cabinets and trim sec wr "fit bHtor.
4 I, ,trailer.Dasher 15950.332.7437 or- Reasonable carp.ntry. price. field a, small mixed YorkshireTerrier color \ After 5 P.M:. I Electric AppBanct Home -
Bradford Center Inc.
3.1?"0903. 2/I7-24 2tpd Call 473-2477 after 530 CaUBarbara Serving ,
Call TM Baths- -
Reward, chlkf
p,!,. 2/3 tfnchg, 473.3723.1tchg 2/17 pet. Flanders 'Keystone Heights: Clay Counties lx..la.4a-..npro.svbosx .

I ffet Classified/ Results/ Ads, I 473-7737 L_Ucmsfte"4. ..kisvrtd....! Uwrenc* Bmt KeyUM' SH-21 473-3T7S Keystone Hgt aFOR _

_1 II.; T : FOR RENT FOR SALE LOST/FOUND WANTED ESTATE Classifieds -- pay in the ..Ion'o.' 'run. i

neonCounty ; :
TVPIWRITTERS AND AD- LOST Black and white WILL PAY CASH For your 964'6305Mow
DING MACHINES FOR STAPLER Bought a* female German Shep- used mobile. 'home. Ray LOOKING FOR a': special : "
RENT Union County Tim.. demonstrator used very pherd. Lost on CR 238. Just Powell 496-3377. .TFN127.UNION piece of property If I
8S SW 2nd Ave.,. Lake little. Retails for S3SO, asking had puppies. Phana don't have it, rll find it-Just
...,I.r. Phon. 496-2261 for $200. Call Lake Butler 4962434. Itchg 2/10. t ask....JANE S. USHER
Apartment 496-3141 and REALTOR 496-2126 or
more Information. TFN COUNTY
10/1. leave name and telephone 496-2903 eve.., "Your Accepting Applicationsfor
STORAGE SPACE FOR RENT number. 2tchg 2/10 2/17. Classified Ads TIMES Union County Realtor tfn, ;.
Ads 28 INCH ZENITH Color
console Caf/Janice 3/26.:
Approximately 800
square television In walnut Get ResultsIn
feet, for additional Information 49I-22HI
cablnat originally cold for
call 4962261. TFN.
!-., $849.99. Balance
PERSONAL 4 BEDROOM HOUSE LAKE $422.60 or take up' .p.n .nt One & Two Bedroom

SERVICES BUTLER Itpd 2/17 Call 496-3020. payments of $38.22 per Dozier Servlc. Apartment Maintenance Apartments

TWO BEDROOM MOBILE. month. Call 496-3182 for .y the (ebBReasoneblePslMsi.. ,... hour ,

CLOSt, -.QVT, .o" ALL... HOMESt lob ,little Trailer, .........Itiol. 3tchg1.!t- r.t::. \ \ ..'_ ; ,n..or'.wtk' ''r *.7 ,e* :i:tti Ml i *M '
1 w..... .
'Park. I .
ford.FABRICS.Phone: In stock.-$3'a 496-2219 or flc.. No Lot''No..11.' Apply 10 or at call bKT: Classified AdS-; .f r::: t t1cjh" i Ex'flItrljidNiteaan! : p roaf Reedad& tor garden r ;KtA'KE' BUTLfeHAPARTMENTS( ;',;';, .Ifw..

Get Results f". complexes It 94 units located 'In "' u.: '...:;
496.3143. 4963492. Itchg 2/17. -'016 apartment canslsttng 1005 S.w: 6th"st.taVo'Buaer1: t=li oriui

TFN Two 10/21 FAMILY YARD SAlll ------. Lake Butler Snd.Starts.: Successful appleanl wll be

Friday Feb. 18. from 10 For Sale Business Opportunity knowledgablt" of basic maintenance .skits associated
R .o m. until 6 p.m. 875 NW 3 BR Concrete Block APARTMENTS FEATURE ,
3rd St.. Lake ....I.r. trimmed In brick. located Convenience)Store WIth Ca with apartment maintenance.. .

Clothes' 25 Inch portable at 720 NE ,3rd. St. near For Loot Good starting salary and exettent benefits. Apply In *Wall to wan carpeting 'Drape lel 'Refrigerator
color .TV pool table. cur. Lok.. .Stove facilities
Cn-SJtjtit Laundry
Ins, spreads, .tc. Come 2 Bit' 14'xl4'i confluence to: .
rain or shine. Itchg 217.INSURANCE _12'.12'. Living room 'Need en-sight dealer with strong marketing skills.
Store currently company operated.
12x12 kitchen.dining 12'.12'room Capitol required for grocery Inventory.No Equal Housing Opportunity
; ,
feed will franchise fee volume location
or High Maint.
Lake Butler
I '' MINIS INSURANCE AGEMY den 12'x20'with carpet on hardwood fireplaceWW available. In lotce Butler and Ste..... Rental",Assistance.Available for those who quaDfy
Call Collect Fred Powell
> 160 S. Lok. Av... Lake floors' 1.76 acres of land. '; P.O. Box 17
Butler. 4963978. Complete Ceorg langley' Area Code 813-870-3030 : -'
I Panama City. Florida 32401I'l 496-3141: .
I [ .isurance Service. TFN 496-2505 .;. -"y "
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..INt'A +IHIW".alOwlPIANO :
I Ads I IT ... m BUfCK CONVCRTIBU. HOMI PARK Mobil. fcVy$22.SOmo. iI1chltdtlnl 1
'. ACRES, 11 PECAN 7584$. Classic.: Good condition. homes and specs for rent. ., < 0lu " Two bedroom home 6 ft. Call 964-70S5 titter 9. 2/10 Recreational vehicle. moving charge.AJI" fenl

'fence 15 mile south of 2tchg 2/17 w.I_. Phone 4682912. and moving applied M}ur
I Lake City, 30 mil. from "Itre DeLTA Mi' Reliable '"6'tin ,""' .chess; PorrarrtoVelvMuslc

3 .i.iJ !! BRADFORD Gainesville'on' 'Interstate transportation. Nice Interior. MOBILE HOMES FOR RINTtOnd Oaks' 'Mall,. OaUesvMIe
Shop & Compare WANTED 10 BUY 441 a'' 18 JCf 'Asking No dents. $325. Call mil. from Stork. city 378-3626."/n tWa>* I
9 For L.... MOIIlf I : HQMESERVICf I Special Insurance for R.cceenottr.: 47000. No realtor, after S p.m. 964-4821.2/10 'limits. Clean.' Hwy. 14 W. STUDIO APARTMENT!'ttlOj

I 2.000 Sq. Ft. Building POLES: Mobile Home Parks SALIS.7823172DralntleM Bobcat 'please. 752.9361. 2/10 2tpd 2/17 Call 468.1323.10/07 fm...l -r first;'hfrl :month'*nl'"plu. .
On US.301 '" "" .. ReckBldg. rOKD LTDl 2-door. KiTCHtNsrricisNcyRoom
South 174
of 4tchgV03
All '
types .
'loafi'iMf I I i ii.a.oa Stow..PutPost cl dnbig'dspsHaVtllltls
Call 964-6020 Sand Fill s..i. Good condition. $1500, for rent at low
I I I homeowners policies for .Tee Sell strop Bark 944.1131r Classified Ads Call 431-1411. Itchg 2/17 ,weekly rate.. Call Temple _tro. Call 964-737" and,

zooM I I ; mobile homes. Lim.roek Is IT TRIM YOU CAN BUY Motel. '''.7357'-. ,'/16 533-2137.1/13 tfn
1K Can for Quote Get Results JEEPS KM $44 through the, EOW/lfn' UNCURMSHED NOME: Three.
tfQ.W < FOR SALE U.'.Government? Get the CLEAN MOIILI HOMES lor bedrooms, one bath.
3200 Sq. Ft.Warehouse. Call nytirri > Olin'a Mobile Coastal fact today Call ((312)) rant. On Hwy. 16 W. Close. '964-7047. 211121Chg 2/24
Accord LX
w Home Sales Bermuda Hay 7421142. Ext. 609, 2/17 to prison. Call 468-1323. THRU BfDHOOMS. t BATHS
Metellc red ,Sunroof 3/31 10/07 tfn. Dishwasher
.., putt EOW gerbage
:4 "1000 sq. ft. office or retell. Elaine M. OUn. Agent Good quality$ ...... .. A/C One --. Scellent ..' 177 CADILLAC c...... 'f'IOUSIXUPING and sleeping ,disposal,. washer and
ffu a. Loading 'oc 100 H. MI5.11.M.L per condition.'S6SO*. asm eVIHe." Exellent 'condition. room. TV and Air; 'dryer..In awn S33O! psi-
off US-301 North.sertk.. 964 5608 .Cost 9....7.as 44-6T74 or 9644345.. Undarwoed Motel. 3 milsnorth mo.i $UO depeilt;
.. Call 964-5294 94-1112 a-462"" of. Stork. on 964.6972.2/10 2tchg 2/17;'
lc :. : .e Motor O\\\\ I Highway 301. 9'16! tfn .' MOBILE NOME, Two;

Wall OUIST., ClOSI, COMVI bedroom4S2 l
rte or
: NIRNTi 4 BM. 1.25.r.... '9646112. 2/17 tfn
Chain link bock
yard S3SOmoj.
DrffHncj SARATOGA HnOMTSt Threehejillumil

: : .:> ? ;.. .,i ?. .1,(. I: first. .last security ..' '2'i bjitiv 'ham.l ,I
tpd 2/17
# 2" thru 6' 'S2SS ma. Deposit. Call.

Rent ,to Own. 'Fast Rotary.Drilling : 4.EQUIPMENTor-...AT..I"AU.ANT rent.Reasonable. t1. IN 9644206.COUNTRY 2/17 tfn three

; Equip. 64'-6784.. Iaod_,' 1 banV KIMhen;.
rent from month h State Ucemetl 1/13 tfnHOOMSi dining roam, living-' room:.

: or L ": ... . ...,..(, .. ..... Nice and neat. Air,' ", Call 964-7675. Itchg V17j
heat and TV. $40 and uppen FURNISHED APARTMENT
week. Call Bedroom,, largo 'kitch.nl
to month .111<.. ....,. ro" .ask 964-m2 .
for. Peggy. 1/27 BtpdS717 living footvie Prlvoiv DOth*,
4 I New & Used Me pet..403 N,Walnut tt
OFFICE FURlfnO E' i MUeeoPartsoServi;.....'<, I 964-8274. Itpd 2/17 *

i ..... -- -'. .drt\ G _._....,-....._-- I .,,E-Z:Terms"Plumbing' BRADFORD' ONfURNBHEO HOMe Three
,I \' t' ., .. ""..:,.,... ,, COUNTY, 'bedroomene bath.
f TYPEWRITERS J .*.-700. 2/17 9tchg 2/24, '
AU Castrol 1 1jo'll ,TELEGRAPH
4 ,. ....... FURNISHED COTTAOIt On4
'- al7war..oo'sm. 11y.ra1, 6 Products: s..y:4" M4iv'e. .., ,Calf Monte.*; bedroom. $200 month with

; 0 CALCULATORS' ):;f New Installation 9H-E30S/ $100 "_rlft., '......750.'

'fro' 99C '- 'ltcha 2117' : ,t 1
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.NeayyQuty. 'Ha-Ir: ii; .J&wrmncit 'WAYNE ,. '.- -.

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-. Copying Machines J. ,. fr: j ;\-"PUMP&.;' 1'" :: ELecTRICAL HEATIN N' .

I A (Spark ........-;- : : /REFRIGERATION/ P"/ANCr! AEPAJftt6TIAAATES -,
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the ...#. . .. .. '., \

WsmOffice' r$1 O N;.. ,IHI4N.', '<, 'U.' .. '
: Shop X, i : 7. "...... A e.. >qRy7bd .q

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1111 ,W. Cad St.' 1s ,. : Paris:' ,. .." .>1. ....,..... .,.'ifH47H ((90.4) 96--8716'' :: '

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AXUS t TIRCSi J axle. + 4tiro LOST DouUo.! of keys *n *.V OALV. ROOFINOl USED ALUMINUM FlATESl24K3T SERVICES n I I

*. Wo ,1cIt...... $1001 ..11"ev ring. Sunday a'-4.1S: 7'-4.7o 23 cant each. U.- MAL ISTATE SALEtPSOFUiSchalonhlp 1
You dellvor, *I2S, :Ofln night between Waldo Flea I'-40.V.4.03: 1W.6.": od In printing. _pap.r. evolloblo for BUI'S SAW SHOP Complete NEED HELP TO CLIAN upend

Mobil. Horn Sole. Hwy. Market end 301 Liquor. _II'-7.62 ufactu: ,t2'-0.2o...Jackanvllla.Call We. Great' for minor repair -.... penon. ERA sharpening rvke. circular haul away your (gunk?
100 W Storhe. 9645606.WAMEDOLD Howard tar rotvm. Call toll free lob.. Bradford County Faulkner. Realty, *..-5063. hand carbide, Wa will da It for a mall. fee ,rruJlII.par.REALTY'.
44.409,*. ItdIg 2/7 1-COO-342-2702. 0/26 tIn Tohtgraph. ......... tin. 10/atrfn 'chain' mower Mode hollow-. or tuff w* .haul away. '
TOOLS-OLD LOST Whit mob mixed ONI ACRI LOT St. Rd. 1*W. ECOMMTIONED TVSi Cat- NREDEDi Certlllad Pro ground and balancad.loavo 964-6279. Co'l anytime or
TANUV PLANES Phone poodle I terrier, 7 Inch Michael Gllhooly *ubdivtIon. .' art starling. at 10000. KkaelToaebar end day at Jackson Building coma by 436 N. Folk St.
M4-S33I.,* ...... to 5 p.m. height 1O" long. Whlla Faces hard rood T.....-...'.welcome 1 Phone cora' attandant. Both Supply In $....., Keystone I WILL BABYSIT In my homo
or ...-,SSI. l/2Orm .pot an bath oya. Lat .In Wall optic tank. Sailing ....1212. ./.. tfn nould call for appointment Height or Lake SutlerTFNchg Friday. night ,thru Sunday PHONE 964-7776 ;
USED REPAIRABLE _....... area 301 South. Howard otforod. $7900. Will toke 'term*. CORD OF SPLIT OAK WOOD. ....5232. to apply. .hiperson. night.Slark and Keystone SCMLIS "a
air conditioner, 'and Call .64.U36, 964.8606. 10/07 tfn Delivered, $75. 64-7763.. 12/30. SEWING MACHINES 'tuwILUUI, 205 N. Temple Starke
..,.IO..to... *,...s...*. responds to TIger. Itcha $ ACRES located facing State 2/03: tfnSOFTBALL MEDICAL TRANSCRIP.TrOMUT REPAIRSDi AH makes Height area. Call Margie ,
2/1141cho 224CIQ.ssfIed. 2/17 Rd. 227. .,ook., Rd. SQUWMSNTi Call APRN Medical 473-4456. 2/10 2tpd 2/17
cleaned Oiled and .
LOST Four month Irtoh Sot $14SOO with term, after 6.00 p.m. for more Information Tromcrlptlonl.t portion. I* MACRAME CORD spring Now Listing
964-5606.10/07 |utad. $13. Workguarantoad. color. S cant and 6 c.ntper
tor. Howard $50. Lest 964.5352.,1tpd open at lradfordPItol.. James Instruction slits,. ....-.rlck. M.1 BACH/A. 2 flrepleco. Pour
( Ads FMIWOOO FOR SAUi Oak 2/17 yard. Free
around .... 200 A lawtoy. Applicant mutt hove Fenced and ....... *
'Results12FT.FIbral 7.2.37.. 1tpd217MISCELLANEOUS or pine. ..... .. length 2<1" to4ft. .BUNK BEDSt Lila now $ 25. medical terminology" Strtckkmd. comer MorganRd The Knot Hou... Commercial acre crerafoitcad with In Lawtoy
Get experience.
price 1/2. cord $3O Sofa good condition $43. and Hwy 1*. TFNchg' Circle, Keystone on 301.
crap flrowood oak or Phone 473-4500. Itpd 2/17 Apply at Bradford CHAIN LINK FENCBi .bwtallTammy .- Height. 473-3313. 2/10 Spoclaut brick 1 M. 2 A completely equipped kit-
pine $10 hiickload Sunhlno MEMEX PROFESSIONAL. 2/03: '2tchg Hotpltal.2/10 $4-oOOO..' ed. ......t..........: Hondy.. BABYSITTINO-la. my homo. die*. D/W. ...... ......, mlcrawava avail, beeutllul
Acres, Wait 1* Call Man r- Co.. (u custom drape throughout. Flroplaca, .... Room di.: |
9647699. W. load to. HAIR STYIRR Valued at CRUSE SHIP JOBS t Great...- owner Pay or night. ReoMnoblarate ,
nil you $3995. for Raddlkh. 964-B53. to 20x40 swimming .pool w/_. l- for privacy.
Fee SALI FEMAU DOG to good between. ':30 to 2:30. WHI'MH $20L came'potential.. All occupation 964-Sle. Itpd 2/17
"-e. Hon .been spayed p.m. Mon-Fri.: a.m.12/14 tfn Cell 964-437*'. 1 tchg. 2/17 *. For kitormoMon ...tlopcl /112 DAYTIME EARVSmERi Coll Sprinkler .p...... Nice Urll. ...... m Flee Oak. Hoar
and ho had all .hat*. COASTAL BURMUOA HAV. KSNMORE WASHING call (312) 741-9780. Ext. TYPEWUTIR RtPAJfc Coll Kathy. 4-727o.. l Itchg Country dub far golf a tennl
too $1.75 S2S. Call ....5251 .otter 6' WORK AT c HOMRi Job Call St., Storks, for"' 11.. HOMES Country Club Ette brick, 1 M, 2 BA. 0..... eat.
With Traitor. YARD SALE nor. 9645222.1/4 tfoCFARM p.m. Itpd 217PIANOUpright _11ob1.. Substantial oar. 964-57....tfn 1/3 A. $75.000 ...u.... mtg. :
IQUirMINTi Mcwar WoIIf tte wings _Ibl.. No ._ CLASS CUT TO ORDER FOR SALE ,Fl,,,. Oak. Soiling Prlco-S.MO. Brick. 1 ... 2 A.Flroploco. .

':$300 SATURDAY. FIB. itt o.j Car- air condltlanar equipment: With bench Good condo parlance. Call ((312)) Doors, Windows, std garageCypre .
nor or Weldon and. Thompan. ((9 BCD compressors, 25 tion. $390, Call ....7972. 741.0700,, EMI. 2120 for .Information. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY LAKE FRONTAGE Excellent'' ** St. 4 SRO :2 SA ....,Ioc.. Two beautiful lot.
ton) Electric motor Vi .hp. Itpd 2/17 2/10 2tpd 2/17 Wool family .bam. .
.Kind Gordonaitauront. ta3 hp. 1 fa... Steel frame M4407R. Orders also flitting SI"" .. ,.1_. no
Call Four famlllm.Prlcod for chair, many ...tro.. r TEMPORARY' TELEPHONE,. 'token. In' 'Loka sutler collect call. 64-o2SO.. .laka Butter-Brick. 2 pretty acn*. 3-car. carport SM '
"4.04" cheap. Clathoi. 48-276. 1/13 otchg 2/17 BUSINESS SALES perDoy and :4,o-rt07 and ''K..lghhI. .,*_*' 2/03: If n $ SOO. Owner '1..._. '
baby furniture,- 'coffoa ARGENTINA BAHIA HAVt OPPORTUNITIES evening shift bOIl..... No ,". 473.4973.2/26 tin loll NEAL COURT Concrete little Lake Santa Fa-Beeutlful. homo with guest cat-.

table, etc. Itchg 2/17 Highly ..,,11I..... J. M. Sdwards. experience' needed. Also 'FAMILY HAIROaSIONERS block 3 SR, 1 BA. Excallmt tag. Hot H olllMH3
%4-5379.2/17 4lpd3IO need parson for late neighborhood ana block SR. 2 BA o* hi S dry pretty aero. 31 South.
BUSINESS FOR lALEiSuc.coHful delivery. 964-S303.: Itchg I ...71 .... .
2/10 144 W. Cell St. school route. Plea 1 *, no Acn on Wllm 4 230., $11.000. C. bo ubdl
l FRANKLIN FIKtPtAOU Largo claming store with .rldd.Connorly. -
H473MOpee collect call. ,.4 6250.
modal, all cant Iron. $150 minimum 'Inve.tmanti, .
S.tatei-New 3 M. 3 BA homo an an*
Sleglor. kerosene heater Meal. for man and wlfa. with pick-up. **4-3S4*. .
cleared Owner_.........
T.WJIF. g ttt MtTbun. SSTTINOt 4 ER, aero.
FAULKNER with floor $2OO.: ItdI1J 2/17 .
; swoop Will train. Reply to P. O.
Call 964-7..... 1/2 tfnRialSTERID A Itarko. TRUCK MECHANIC to help, ,. 11 AM Ml 7 PM I 29 Aero Pecan, c",. Energy Efficient-Beautiful' homo ........1... gall. .
REALTY BRAHAMA :3201.Drawer: ,: Florida, : meintgln'dmell float .. .... t AM Ml 3 PMAFpeMmeiots .part, workshop, garden' _.... 3 IR 2 BA. Owner fI"......

lULL: 4 yr*.old. ArgontlnaBohla OWN YOUR OWN JearaSparKwaar -.; tractor, trailer. Mint bar area. vQulet. $49,900. .40 Acr-S7.00.. grodod road off SR-233.
grot*.. ; Infant- aMo-to rebuild engine. ayNocauary 964.5610.. Itpd 2/17 Two Hom-l2t *14 L...* St.-t4S.SM.
roll. *64.641I.2/10 Protean or -adlee Apparel .trgn.ml.dori.'"'and..rear '1/7 Nit :-' .Deduced Homo I IS Acra. $40.000. OH Fonyth td.
964-5065, 2/24 'SAUl00.00.- Store. Offering. oil. nationally and..Mo.l hove awntools. BRADFORD SSPTK SERVlCEl .47 Acres and ct.......... brick homo an *.. 100 Wot.
HOME FOR known brand \%4.6619. 2/17 2tchg' Raldantlal pump-out, Pecan tree*. tool I
7124726.2117 2tchg SLAT 224cHILD such a*' Jordacha, 'ChIc.L. '2/24 $99 wa also re-lay drain .22 Acre N.. .. .... 221 (Hampton ....) Beautiful
m oar. RKSTRAINSR Fold $63. Will toke for .., L.vl.) Vandorbllt, APPLICATIONS BEING lino. *.44121.11/lBtfn _*-,.....*-..." .. .ubdlvl......
hou $40. High chair. $19. Bam Calvin Klein Wrangleraver TAKEN for a hardware WANT TO DRIHK$ ."Pln..."."- / lotion Wllion .... with IOX fInoncl""
excellent condition. 200 other brand man.Mole applicants' anly.*" THAn YOUIlIIUIIttISI Convenient la everything.
RfAUO 064-707. Itclig 2/17. .$7,900 to 16.tOO Include Anna Hardware, 301 E. WANT TO STOP Valuable 301 N. frantogo-30 Ac.with Ci Sldg./
PIANO FOR $ALI. Wanted beginning. mvantory, air- Call St.. Starko. NO PHONE. THAT OURS 750 W. Madison St.-Steel .bWg. Zoned for office
Raponlbla party to faro for ana to Fashion CALLS. 2/17 tfn Alcoholic. Specious paved ..... k
;Ml ........St.AcroM tram'WlrfibanaOFFKIHOURSi ; assume mall monthly Center, training,, fixture* IF YOU NEED EXTRA **4.41SO W4B434a4 .33 Ac. 120 Ac. off SR-23.-AIa home 2 Ac. Ownayfinanced.
: payments 'on ..plnet.I. /- grand opening promotion. MONEY, willing to ,work. ..... .

Men..M..-. ....*-l2 Naeadt'3 .. plane.' Can bo seen .. Call Mr. Koitocky at Avon needs you. Call 11 125 13 I .Ce., Ci Homo en 'Rd. 1001-$14.000.. Take only ap
locally. Writes (Include ((501) 327.1031. Itpd 2/17 Ramana C...,..., 782-3060. tpd
C pro.. $4.000 to gt Into this anal
phone number) CreditManager 2/17 4lpd 3/10
,.. O. Box 821.Bockomeyer. .Hempton leke-lir on lake. 2SO>-Cuitm brick-

; .Qu.... ............... .b.dreem. 1 .......su.*.. II. e221 MOBILE Owner Inonco. llogont.JOA .
2/17 3/02 Primitive, Church Rd. 3 well. 2 .....tc tank and
Country LMngt 3 bedr.em. 2 bet.. Dov......ld. an Stchg HOMES Classified( AdsetRgsults
'Ac. $2,..... ', TWO ACRESi $3943 par IIIOr. '
.Newsweek" t* .*,. k this J badraom, 1 .bath acre Nice .........110. One ,FOR SALE ; I Country dub building ....*-..OOO to 11000.

.. dubl.w..... ,.., Ac.day mlla south on 3OI. Call Improulvo. brick. on 1.7 Ac. hi Country Club ere*.
'. 468-1 180 altar 5. fVW \l'L7'; A.sm..... .. $40.000. "%%.
... the ih o.,. ,.. 1ftlOl" L" ,. li __} '
W.. .......h......."'t. ni"l'iM ni..O) ta :3 L.o.r..4 ILhg3/10....11GI.ATOIt.'b,rsofand '::::1"C-1973 furnlihad TRAMRi.12x40.$9300.Call partial.rf "" ''- '. Z n7''I Papular Corner Cell I Water St.-"_ _II.
Cawntyi: It Aero high ...dry. $1700 per acre. chair, gas water VACUUM 1..1t.,.; .'.61 Ac. with 200' frontage ..301-ocroi* from Nail-

r .2% Are k*Dig..I....... Zoned 1C.".110I. Owner hooter.. 40 go). W....... 1974 964-08201,2/10 12 r .... With 2tchg.2/1ZP 'SALE"NEW 'I HandyMan Special day In". Owner Hn,
J ff.......... Call after 4 p.m., 964-S94S 2 bedroom tip-out. 2 5R. 16 Ac. Lot .2 Let en Sampson leka-Beth with 100 e. water.
.2 E.rin. I Both. ..*..*. W/let. Lets then $....... or va4-027t. 2/17 bath Split In each. 100 w/ful & USED $8.200Excellent .Mlnl-Iitetei SpKlau .brick home 274O en I ac.MuM:
.BuUdhtg Lot en Ceeper Rd.. CIty .. I..... WATKINS PRODUCTS percan ee ta .....rocloh.
electric central Heat* We Finance
tampon for' the'extractsspiceshnem.nts AC. Our Own
Klngley Lake-Immaculate, brick duplox-TT onBeuont
largo CIa Home 'la with fenced bach .
City yard.AeoN '
... Call Refrlg" range and WaD KIRBYS buy water: Geed 1__.
'au.. Mike CrocH.: 7n-3M I hook-up. hag. carpet ROYALS Lovely BR Homo on % .....c.......let shade tree.3 M,2 BA CH/A
Maw C/B homo .. ./.. .... 132.SOO.
city will deliver. 2/172tpd. 2/24 Very c........ Asking$9,000 Ac. Flu lot hi country. Encollenl -] with .
Approximately BO' acre. .. load. lay).... Highway.. DOUBLI DOOR C..... 2723324 evening. EUREKAS buy at $29,100. carport IP $44,700.Classified
pa aero. .. "
.largo Tract.. Land with leis*l reed fr........ $1,000 0.'-'.... Brown In color, 2/17 2tpd 224MOTORCYCLES ELECTROLUX 2' :Si'O' Ac. :Ads

C.. $125. 964-8313. Itchg 2/17 tILTED QUEENS Tract*of land Get Results

-Country Club tori .Largo with. .lota at tree*. Owner. Sol ,SEARS
For ANCMCnfc"S 3
I fI-'tI I : SR. : BA
Largo Brick Homo .. 1'A'Aero*la --,. Foot ....- 101. BR trailer. 17 SUZUKI TC 121 Ex. We repair aU makes'. fcrtchhome on S acre*.
....... $100 dews aumapaimant collonr condition. 1830 SM.OOO. .; Curies Suzuki-Kawasaki of Starke

1 i ..2 Story ..... aa 4 acre*.wtth pool.lulawtey. Oaod of .1.11 o mlla. Asking $429. Phono4734SS6 AI Young's 'old Horn; :. Retaurani. The Sensation of SuzukiWe
....... ': ,.. month w/mc. Itpd 2/17 sM.w+ :
.ihe.u nice et., 301 South.LeneBErenea. Sines: 1997. '
tJo-N-ilelp bbe.d. Next to Drive-It Classified Ads '.. .0041711303'1'$01i7SI4SSS :9 are happy to announce our new shipment

:.Ptsime..... .. 1._ M ..argon .4. $$3.OM. Get Results 964.6918' MOMR I Suzuki1 LT125D. four' wheeler, ad terrain

1-w1' ; Building lot In ..... 17.... for both.of Carter SMBasRgrtksf.. f.O.;Drw *r -fW four stroke six speeds. Including reverse.:

1MAtcrael ,,.'. Hwy. 301 Frentega, t ... t B. ._ -- ----- Stance an US 301, 301 %i Lanty Our Reduction Sale ContinuesFor

IntM.Mf50.500t; ee eeeee e.Encor. .
aAirega Hess C/B 3 ...i M ...... ixc.g.erl.t.mts. -... example GS1000GX Base was '3.949

.''t: ,. '
''utf.- pawl-...301 North.d South..lafiv. .. IB going out of ..1...... Starting fob. HILL now 3549.00
beautiful .rea whit .... 3 IS tram.has.. 17 GS650EY Reg Base '2569.00
through ....... 23.. wo, will Boll
4ILP. fllco 121.100. _
."'__reedy..band.r put D.WJM.H. Mfh Ave.r'rtlwy. 'everything In our shop at low,. low ,I Appliance Repair now '2319.00

: )4.w,,. prlcoo. There are.savings. up to MX Big Savings throughout our Store
,..tcr'opyoaooa Lean, large .bested, ; oIflco. ...... .Rag off. ....,. '.
1-". I". Medlen It. ) Don't inks out' It Is for a Itmftocf .- 370 acres Our Prices Can't Be Beat
...... ... DryBfS
,. CaN S... 2 Apt. frame OaDon't Iv simm .Hmo only. Walkers. Hwy. 301 S. SUrtg. Florida

portr. .- nsh Waskors! .:fur CooaTOoBtrs'" Ringit 2 bedroom
', MhM This M A. with lovely 1 SR, IV* BA BrickHwyMIS. :itchg2/7 964-6020
'ei.w.ar. : 2 bath house

.7 Ac. web MJ4. a-k..., Cah: ,"...
Ton**. $10.000.Verwrtlte .' 238 :. ;lint street Farm & heavyequipment ft
---- II Longchomp Enterprise ;
S. gf frenttago v
BinlneM Property Hwy. 31 a
Stark Florida .
VB Bhtg.Breflar .
'- Mho ham and M acna. C. :& C :Mini"St"age I .ROOM TO GROW l Jut right tor o growing hMil,. $:

..IIIDUCID .FOR. QUICK SAUi .... .hoe and four i r BR, 2 BA. 1SSO q. ft. Large fenced backyard and dew
'.- ... Now RentingOur 964-5849 'BAtUROAV to alernentery Kh....

,Cherry Street, X buMlnga wnhthr..ep.., muotLi, Grand J' FEBRUARY THE pt10PERTy'19 1983STAHK6 .WHAT A DEALT 3 SR. 2 IA. Nice layout.Screened. 7
I '.Water Slre-... ipwtm ... "--. Deal ....... Opening Speetai1st ON FLORIDA patio and huge double. car garage. Many outre*. -
H>ne acre. $ ..., I, BA Sd.dir .Prtoed to *aa. ...tOO.Low. Month 1/2 off .'*22 ,ACRES IOVEIV HOMBHamptaaLake SENSATIONAL! beautiful! 3 '.. S BA. Let border aa
:, ... ..i.... .'....no...... j..i$1 ..BOB.THRSI locked ....... Mel_ free exterioro..
Aero Mica tree $17.00- 6X12 8x12'10Jt1Z, '12x18( A BEDROOM HOME OK Seven Acvse.$. 00.AMOFORO r Ownr flnondng Jut..a Little Buy Lon The. lets ....S at 11._.
'1.,.geaiaaf Pose Nice bultdbtg W. LAKR HOMB-Threa bad .>..., I Ram.Owner ......... with owner flnanel".. Near k..c.n .,-. "
.lm i at SuzukttawBfafd of Stadia'iw7 mid. ........ ..
.3 II. Promo $,..*.*. Street.Hwy. financing $ o Property to boorremdlnInett.eomblniltori Today for detail on meMe ;.
,. .U ..4 55.2 IA.'Pk.FlaaS..seal:Worfuhoo.illaiidioian 301 ft.904T440M3 : %9(1460x0Pl4Olq ( ,C 12 ACM WOODED HOMIStTI oa Aro Croak near : *,' and otH r prepertle, we have listedMichael
four and SRUBSMal.U.t-...'.'-... ..:."".....SSS.OOO. Sad.so a wholes U.$. 301 South
this V Repairs WNh aero
,;..H. haakep.Trailer Buy. .. "*3 ...ft 11M; a BATH HOME with fmrty room.Sedudodyot .. .. Loosed let ee >*rlofNorth B. eo....,. Roaltor'

u.. ..and Rent Ieeierul..Ask ) PHONE : ,,te.l.nt to towo.. Hot a 'AX Fiona* FlamantlgtkothnouM.
Park. '
..... ..... ..'..tN.tot. rwa. Iv..500
, .1.. Dry-t64-7t1q1 -
,. about oar boowrIM Sue acre. ,fenced. with. 3 BR., 1BA :H4.M4-4477 ""' ... ol b.doam,. -s42.04.dir96427 '
keno' 'i ... '
-2-Oea o.o t.... soar M.h-.... Lota pdv. ......, f" i" o i
: ..B. a rile with part of older .......,bock .. Diana'; JONES BULLDOZING "l4igglngoaulpiTEHM& Or N Tare interested

a-, ....... ore III A New Honte M
,,7B Aero. IW liaalaga. ....... 301$,.Ant .... / u aa-Jlla.fci** 1S%down day t/l J ieel.
Waldo' AND LAND CLEARING u NotfnborHood Proportlos, Inc. .. Balance lo be Ih1MCedby

'.,MackbulMlng.F1a.2 SR.. 1 BA from.. ....ana aero. Hwy.231. ."...12... ?'*EALTO*$: rti _(34), l423; per the 8IInunL.INSPECTION........ at 10e 1 jMlTED.TlMEONL. ': 1

,. ..hrao.ai Nko lot.3 B*,.1M BA. Brick veneer., ROUTE 2, BOX 3SB :' Thursday 4Frtday. &

i,14* Ft. ..-..,..largo (a*. Hwy. I W.levaty ., ARKS.PL 3291, M.\.JON9' : Fob 17 a 18, '
I. add ......*...d .homo aR 4g awao. $5 !-" < ,..n.a.wte j FLMILANDREALTY" 10
:t.om. pa turo.........., .. 04 SALlirreOnlhoproperly and t
........ carport utffity room carpeitntjon
'.* M.H.'. ........'..aadlawn. aces a*> % Asr e. I I : 1'', ,!16'4-700': 10:00 AM Saturday Florida; i't t

,.'_. It.Nlre V*.I... 'V* $ATPll.formal U B 0*., \ ..,399, N.'Tomplo! Avo.j Stark. rorxuwy to low.DWCCnONSE" your (let .

,Feme*) book,yard, warkikvp.Ona .,. : ." I I kar r GR1 From the
Vamlef.Odomlf !
'- MMi..a opt*.$N,....Term.Ooad.oNnanl ,! ", Inlenacllon of U.s. Hwy. I '$30.950.00(
r i:
t..rtyl 'PINEF: l I'( ., 301. Hwy f0 In Stoke,
I ; PLtBrr.n S/o4 SR.,;J M.i\C1L $.,abe5ee.; Nxa.aaatLwGe.i "tC .. r + Fie.?take Hwy 1f11R8J1ord ,1-800-342-8448.
..... '" APAIrTM"'$: HAMPTON AREA Rand)WORI far appn 1.7ml
i.0.0 ........ ....,.;" ., ': M Awn fm graded rated.' Cask to .. MYm.'ti.. .10 D es" .. Wvtefi 9C4-6453, PHONE M46853LwtfGhamp .
)S00 1.J IS..... ,. \.. for tent I?
.00 Ass typ..... II15Vfre.5. N wr: I t4S4.lt aiaaaV lhs on ucUon day

:!*% A* DoW, *w weral .r'Ma.M*.,PavadIK.H. I .,....',.... II !270e': s at4 (, i, ,URONASLYPlla2'1' :*. FURTHCP. RWOMMATION Honws Inc
d. :, r Two Country Owh area., BuyS For further Information orbuoenure I ,
: L. _.w......{l v.ly'eld.i. ...... ., t f 4rMwYrAtMs., ". ,eontoel.A ., d ? 7
.wills halt an sl0. .1...SM.a 1_ .::......... "" I 'UMUIAMD: ( ...:iI., ----.M tit

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P.IIf.teN February 17, IeR11N

'\" Naomi .'Herres; ;aduates.(, .

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v. $ : ''.''', I : i

'i.r ,1; Merle Norman* College' \\'t.;: :rREDU.C, PRICES '


You'don't have to be a clairvoyant'to tion in the Merle Norman method of YOUR CHOICE
predict what colors and fashions cosmetic application i and skin caro. SAWYER TAKES CARE i
will be wearing this season. Mrs. Then I create a custom makeup for ', I
Naomi Herres of the Merle Norman her tailored to her specific needs, to 30" Rang, OF YOUR HEATING NEEDS
Cosmetic studio at 118 S. Thompson'St. highlight her -,best features." Mrs. IDgarborni t
has the Inside Information. Herres said. '
In an effort to offer her customersthe ''I ask what colors the customer has Gas or: GAS HEATERS.
very 'latest Information 'on- In her wardrobe and help'her coor Al heat..ra On Salt.
makeup artistry and complexioncare dinate ,ber 'makeup' accordingly. ElectricMagloChttf .
,she has Just completed an intensive Neutrals pastel and bright colors all :
training course given by the offer changes In
also to
Merle Norman Cosmetics College of teach her bow to revise
Make-up artistry In Los. Angeles. her makeup When she wants to wear orTappan $
California. the latest fashion colors."
Mrs. Herres received' training in "Developing'every woman' max !5i
the new looks of cosmetics and imum potential'for beauty Is part of
fashions as well as current cosmeticand the Merle Norman philosophy," she
'makeup technique and basic. says. ""For the customer, that
complexion care. means learning how to look her very 'Whlle They Last ,
'When a customer first visits my best. For me. it means helping her-to. DelrlMlm
.studio.she is given a free demonstra do so." .DCR20
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: : : :: Girl Scout News \

Congratulations to our own Laurie Everyone. learned to build a fUel
. Mullins on her award from the eampout; tie knots and --
: :' Chamber of Commerce Feb 5. We preparemore about the council. Maytag Automatic
::,,,,' :: are proud of her, depend on tier and This Saturday Multi-media first
think she is very deserving of being aid course Is being offered at the WasherS America' ,
called "Outstanding Citizen". Methodist Church starting at 9 a.m.
Also congratulations to Suzie "'hl Complete No. I
Alvarez former her award
a scout on $50
New Unl 01'WI.lllrt
and Judge George Pierce who Is commander Off Automatic .
of American Legion Post 56 &DryersDryer Washer
where the cookies will be stored.
Bradford Union Neighborhood Matching J
have a well trained group of leaders $
within the next few weeks as. '3 O.
everyone completes the training off
.courses now being offered. .
Instead of our regular service team, ,
lIeres wins award... meeting In January we attended a, Now Filling 20 lb.. L.P.. Tanks
Merle Norman Regional Vice-president Richard McClelllan present training session at the Holiday Inn In
Starke'i Naomi Henre with an award lor successfully completelng the course Jacksonville under the leadership of at our W... Madison St. Office in StarkeMon.Fri.
at the company' College of Makeup Artistry In Los Angeles California. Gateway Council.
Attending the dinner meeting were' 8-5 Sat. ,8-12: Noon,
Elizabeth Walker, Laurie Mullins. W
Diane Tierney Joyce Sutton Andrea
Don't frozen plants Abrams and Carolyn Eaves. We all BUY QUALITY'BUY,SAWYER
prune enjoyed the dinner and the. training
f was informative.
Don't be too hasty in pruning cold for the plants to flower again. Two Sunday afternoons in January'1 brtwale'l'nt9111'Brownie
damaged plants such as hibiscus' Freeze damage to citrus is not easyto Laurie Mullins offered a Basic' scouts enjoyed an overnight
allamanda poinsettia, citrus rubber determine in its entirety since Leadership Training course at the; Feb. 4 at the home of their
plants, philodendrons and others.The damage to the trunk may not show up Methodist Church. Those attending, leader Mrs. Susan jQoins. The girls
extent of cold damage in many instances for several months following the cold the final course were Susan Coins;: learned new songs and games and
,, cannot be distinctly deter weather. Trees should be pruned as Sylvia Fletcher, Cathy Hicks Joyce. cooked for themselves.
mined until growth starts in spring.By soon as possible after the extent of Wainwright Joyce Sutton Lou Ann., Left to right are Sally Coins,
pruning now, you may cut off damage has been determined. You Rowe Sharon McGuire and Patty: Melissa Gras, Janice Hamner. Kerry 332 W. Madison! Phona,964-7701
I live wood. Also the leaves and stems will know as a rule what this MUllins .and Carolyn Eaves.: Uninser and Chassidy Fowler. ,
that are dead afford some protectionto damage Is after the second flush of :w
that not yet damaged. If you prune growth following the freeze.It .
this out later freezes may do more often takes this long for freeze Sgt.John F. Crews
1/ damage than would have been done if damage to the trunk to show up in the Receives AchievementMedal ,
the dead parts were left on the plant.If growth of the plant. In citrus it Is *
you do prune now,cover the part remaining -, possible to have limited damage to ,>
during freezing weather to the foliage and severe damage to the
protect it.Although. trunk. Remember too that most Sgt. First Class- John F, Crews,
the entire top of some citrus is grafted and if the tree is killed member of the Florida National
plants (rubber plants philodendron, back below where the graft was Guard was recently awarded the Army -
poinsettia and others) may have been made the new shoots will again haveto Achievement medal at the Snyder r
1 I killed by freezing-these plants may .be grafted or else you'll < send up new shoots from the roots small, poor quality fruit from the SFC Crews has been'with the National .
next spring. Don't write the plant off rootstock. So, it your citrus Is killed Guard'since June J974 and,h
until warm weather arrives,and they almost to the ground it will most probably ( previously'served in the U.s..Army
have a chance to renew themselves. not grow back to produce the 1967-70 and is employed at Camp,
kind of fruit it formerly_produced Standing Military Affairs.
Frozen banana stalks and bird of ----
paradise stems may be removed as
soon as you can determine how much
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plants which were killed back to the In Stock' and on the ,
j ground will flower next spring or Buns way
summer. Following a freeze, it .
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