Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04302
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04302
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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WI .From', 7 'School Buildings" ,; '

Scrambling' to' get bids to have: Bradford's figure must be inDOB, Material 'containing.one percent or
t_ hazardous asbestos material removed hands by id Business more asbestos Is considered hazardous
1:: from school buildings the Brad Manager Mike Reddish! Reddish explained but less
__ k ford school board will meet In special than one percent is permitted.The .
session at 7 p.m. March 3 to award "Critical tom said Supt.Casey to federal funds will pay for the
the school board Monday night Feb. removal up to*3 per square foot.The
bids.The 21, at its regular meeting about the federal funds will pay all expenses
fast work is needed to' get asbestos removal situation addingthe Including the architect and bidding
federal funds funneled through the school system Is working on a costs as long as the 13 per square foot
state, which will pay up to $3 per tight deadline. The staff thought it is not exceeded according to Casey:
square foot 'Supt. Tom Casey said had until March 31, Casey said. Casey said architect Al Dompe has
deadline to submit a money request A firm called Geo-Science Con- said he can write specifications for
.. has past, but the state sultants. Inc. of Coral Gables examined the bids and get them back by March
," Education. holding aside a request school buldlIJ\ in the county and 3. There are only a few companies in'
from Bradford County. The state found hazardous asbestos in 20 places! the state qualified to do the removal,
Board of Education (state cabinet)' in 7 schools, mostly pipes wrappedwith Casey added.
will meet March to consider funding asbestos material and a coupleof Asbestos has been found to be car*
requests for asbestos removal and ceilings. according to Casey. cinogen a cancer-causing substance.

t KH Liquor Store Approved


Over Objections of Residents

I' Over strong' objections from an created a "certain amount of bias" in neighborhood.
overflow crowd at City Hall Tuesday the controversial matter.. He Rev. Murphy.. a former law enforcement ,
.* night, the Bradford County Board of retracted his request in the face of accusations officer said the proposed;
i Adjustment voted 3-2 approval of a of "unfairness" from the package store would be within 100 feet
a I I ifT1WM / '3 special exception permitting partisan audience and voted against of a school bus stop and was only two:
II I establishment of a package store in a the exception. lots from a "putt-putt" golf course
r Planned Unit Development (PUD) Attorney Terry Brown represented frequented by young people, many of.
/ owned by Jack Courtney on the west Sandra Briber Gainesville attorney whom are under the legal drinking:
} side of Highway 100 just north of whose original bid for a special excep- age. Murphy said "our country Is 0110
.* Keystone Heights., tion for a package store in December., of moral principle" and that decisions"on
*"' The decision to approve Courtney's largely because of its proximity to such issues as package stores
petition for a special exception in the church property. Brown argued that should not be determined simply by-
made of the SR-100 what Is commercially feasible from amonetary
; commercially zoned area was most those opposing new
j despite petitions from 33 residents off site were persons opposed to having Brown had standpoint.said he consulted Attorney.with
the nearby, Keystone Oaks subdivision another'' liquor store located
Director L.M. Gaines and
and 'rone with 258 anywhere In Bradford County. He Zoning .
4'' namest"presented.by
selected the site because it is
new as
of reasonable
said this not
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J'ii/ .Hop Baptist ChurchThereesa. objection and deprived his client of good (commercially, the other.
site" in Midway snapping center.
M 1 'call\ft "on motion by "certain vested rights" tobe protram- '
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.; .. : \ i f' : _a.apprwjCed > '1JOneontS' ot'.thd! nqubr store werwtoto*"" '- "m '
''and'King in voting app withChairman that the Board Adjustment's decision
''and At.Richardson Opponents of the package store is final and does not go to the
voting\ to 'maintain they objected to the special County Commision for further action. 1
!'tioiv,+ Richardson had attempted exception because would be located Their only recourse is through appealto
''abstain from voting because of his in a predominently residential area, the Circuit,Court the group was
"personal and moral position" which and not in keeping with thetey told.
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Former Alton, Located, JP irant IssuedStop

.1.'1' A i former Starke 'attorney, who has been sought by 1902 for the immediate suspension of local' attorney
;Pudding Painting at St. Marks... authorities for the past year was located Wednesday In Wolbert's practice after he was charged with misappropriation -
The kM*(St.Marks Pro-School" got a treat Tuesday At left bottom Jesse Smith .Is enjoying the Squish of Lousiana. of clients' trust funds and neglect of legal
when the teachers sacrificed clean clothes and bluing the padding between' his fingers. The only thing Out A warrant for the arrest of Jessie James Wolbert has matters. Wolbert had ceased his law practice in Starke
.(sees far some good not-too-clean. fa...They brought makes padding better to play In than mad to that.pod been issued charging: him with two counts of grand theftand Feb. 5 and has not been seen since' 'according to
out a white table and chocolate padding end left the authorities.
ding tastes little better. requesting that the former attorney be returned to
ml op to the kids' artistic talents and gourmet tastes.At At right bottom Aaron Dobbins>> and Michael Vaughn Bradford County to face the charges.Wolbert will be extradited A criminal mischief complaint was filed against
the top teacher Dale Redding guides the hand 01> .have treed teacher Eala Nichols after she pat .p a ::- to Florida where the local State Attorney's Of- Wolbert March 8 when workmen were seen removing
Charlie Norman while teacher Linda Bryant Hand by spirited chase when the boys tried to Invite her into the lice wUlprosecute him according to Assistant State Attorney certain items from a building the Community State
with more delicious. chocolate finger paint.. Jesse fa by showing her bow nicely podding. can accent any 4'hornawell. Bank of Starke held a lien against.
Smith (left), Morgan Reddish and Michael Vaughn '
r..III.'uaUlt. x r Wolbert charged with the theft on or about
(right foreground) Join in the fun. *> .fc;,:' February 1, 1982 of funds of the estate of Laurlne The Bradford County Sheriffs Office received call
'Look Ma, chocolate-eovered hands Left midddle) Teachers and children alike had. Iota ., fun at this Frances Schutz in the amount of $17,160. The second Feb. 23 from Lousiana notifying it that Wolbert was ten-'
Aaron Dobbins bas painted. himself as well. the table novel art class. Even the eJean-vp wasn't too difficult, f" charge is for the same amount of money, property of ding bar at a disco in a town In that state according to
In Indecision whether to create a masterpiece or eat as most of the kids had.worn smocks and padding tobiodegradable. Donald H. Colburn, Sr. and Highland County'ESIates Elwell. '
'., the art supplies. ." .. '.;.a-.. ,; ? I. t" 'v,$nc.; said Elwell. Judge John J Crews set bond at$50,000 on the chargeC;
".' against Wolbert. .
tip l, The Supreme Court of Florida Issued an order Feb..23,

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SECTION Charll fell VIIi.. Smoking Clinic...
Fair Friday Increasingly cloudy Saturday and variably cloudy Sunday 'F/r...... ........Pepsi 1-7.12 ,Gator Coach Charlie Poll Want to quit? H.ri's how..
with a chance of rain is the weather forecast from the Florida ForestryDon't '\ 'J}I: ............ .... ........, "p.1.ik .
Lows' i Iede...... .... .... ... ......... 1-a visits Starkv's Quarterback:
go the beach on Friday you may get frostbitten. fin the so's t'Sf ...."...,p.r.... ..l1ill Club. Boom of Camp .Iondl......,
are expected Friday warming to the 40 I Saturday and Sunday. Highs ID -.--... ...... ...,......."...
the upper lO's are projected over the weekend by WPXE raWo.\.'k',: Now construction projects
Trace amounts 01 rainfall were recorded on the over t t week. ACTION B, IOboael. i Dental lleolf n VYea>k... at the> National) Guard Camp.Ignlfy'
t Today. expected to be clear and mostly sonny with a hit of 66 and ........... ...-...t.. .....
winds out of toe west at 8 mph. . .:' f News ...................!*... T.1O dentistry are explored. facility.

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sal Dtnn.. NtGMTfM.. ; ; ;i,:" '''''''
hunks liana $ kisesi .." "!" 1I.f i'i'"t' .
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chars PteM M coins ;:.- J' .. I/J '
Uidt Plain. $1.11 ., ''t, T 1" / :: >>. ::1. 'r" ,
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tcMMMtcimm.lUNCHM < As Earl Jones Sells 11II s _
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'! ', tort United Msthota.t CII., 'traumatic '
'I.It... experience. I loved the place,1 01 the _
p.a.whlp Null 370-acre farm on SB-16 east of SUrko that< be .-jt on Satur- r-M .1.1N .1r .1r
'.' day, Feb. 19. +-""-"< : ''. fia-p,4') /t t

... STAHU BOMNO BOARD', ., ,.,'" .. .. jAucttooear Louts Boytestott sold some MO acres of lsRar* ir,, approIG- ,, M4NI.Mt
1HP.M., imately*S7S,000 before the day. w over Jones said a returD. s
BiMeat buy ... J.D. 0II0m of fit.uM wbo a
IOAIID o. MJ $YMNCpNet ". ''i/;' '. ''It,..... sce altAr the bidding aa fiirhedd .bama.
70 f*. .- 1''< and the heart of the farm. Odom Aught tteiand fern aaya.,
'" O way sane return on that hl ofallywrtwur, a an the
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LO$( ... / Wilbur Waters, .local Umber coptractot'was CM 4itsr on the

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A. $300Lr
,I e 370-acres were first put far salt byi tbe I1 blI
up tract,
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; were sneezed to
i buyers
"!, put together lamer iracta.m ,' bids,
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"- tins entire tarn, and It was abci4 tl sx*. bunilsMa got his
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: J aa *> .> BanCar on hand an day. Atloraev Welty was r1Vnnlt
: a UMooIa sat to handle the legal. and thII .
.,......W.nau.'. cM-0 9.M...' pras, has some 170 acres of land Idiom:: : sss Elie> farm I

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.. COUNCSI :annn RIIbt noon the ....Ume lumbar and cattle hmlnassniaiii .is uncertain( ug ,,
1110 ,.Mo' .w..... "'11 jlve. but 'hm pans to'!buy a moan amount of acrwa e and build a t31e. Deaf; ...

.OHUt Earl Jews, esrserC wateh.s''s I.D. O\INa's deal to 011-. ........ be.ght the hart .1,1..... i.rm ... 88.1. _
Anita MYCO
= hsms and 13" =r west t +il.ttoii"dlv flgA i = buy .... .10 farm i... ... miles .west of .
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,n { ., 7SY8a Ita ssiys.' a' left are part el" aectle.eer Boyteslea's &ea...* i

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Middle School Band to BSgirrBusy-; r4Nt

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Schedule with Parent'sThe Ni t .

1!';; "' students? chance A loperfonn prdA V their:eon-<(' their own 4WW time. No-one could be
Bradford Middle School band 'teat tune preparation for.the. proud of the work and the time they o i+,..4.. r
had a noted guest recently when Dr. following day's activities,The BHS ; have put In than I am." '
Gerald R. Poe, director o i.|t>and ,at '4 Jaz*,Band will alai perform to cone' Personal In the 1963 editionof; the.,, ::510 l ::4
Florida # \ '
,:the' University and put members'of through a, eameto"town their i "' elude the concert" BMS Band lncludeby section: )), 4

paces in an afternoon of instruction Area MS Contest March Flutes Carrie Foster, Tammy 1
"You have tome students herewith Several middle schools from the Grtffia Pam Carter. Leanna Bar- v

fine natural talent," poe said "This area will be performing a contest field Sean' Smith :Angela ,,.Montgomery
aces has produced some talented sponsored by the Florida Band- Cindy Parado, Joy Joiner
musicians In the past and I'm sure It master's Association at Bradford Rebecca Lawson and Deborah
will continue to do to in the future." Middle School March. Cowart. .1 "ioli < < :, I.
Each band will be responsible for a k

.Parents Night Set March 1. two hour program of music : Clarinet Donna Langley Audrie' -., y"
Band The band will begin with a wannup .
The Third Annual BMS Pierce onDunne. Kim Smith., ,
session in the BHS then
Parents Night will be held on March 1 Gym Vickie Goodowns Deena Cox, Angela f w
beginning at 7:30 p.m.and BMS Band designated personnel will proceed to Widener Angela Ford, Mike Barber
the audltiorhim for the main performance
Director Jim Peronto thinks this year Sherry Mattox, Renee Jewett. Rita
it will be even more of a success than which will consist of numbers Geddes and Rhonda Jackson
last year. chosen to show off the band's

"We started Band Parent's night to abilities. Oboe Shawn Schmidt.
have the parents of band members Three judges will be evaluating the
get together and hear their kids performance and will award one of Chet Norman I
Bass : ,
five for the concert.After this
rehearse, Perontosatd. "This Is also ratings
Dawn Robinson and Mary Alice Ho
a fantastic opportunity for me to meet the band will sight-read several "*
and talk with. all the parents. The peices in front of another judge who wie.
students will also be performing on will also give a rating. Then the ten- Lewis. Classy Conductor...
the same stage they will be on for the sion will be building as the judges i Myron Dr.Gerald Poe director..of bands at tae University of Florida was the visiting conductor for the Brad-
contest." tabulate their scores and band AH David Rogers, ford Middle School Bind daring Us preparation for a March S contest with seven area bands
members learn bow well they did In
Kirk Williams, Billy Stroud, Kenneth
Combined Concert Set March 4 concert. Owens Robert Boone Lisa Tlerney Kenneth Helken and Kevin Starling. Wheeler, Paul 'Bawek, Eric Tuba PradleyClem.
'Both bands from the middle school "Our band members have worked Tison and Mark Baritone Saxophones Mark Packham,John Kuhne,Tim Weir. and Percussion: Danny Hughes, Billy
Linda Wilson, Andy ,
:and the high school will perform in a hard and diligently leading up to this Traylor. Marc Reno Harrell, Lottie Cole Eric Nazworth,
:combined concert on March 4 at 8 moment," Peronto said. "They have Smyth. Trumpet Kevin CogdiU Kim Trombones Doug Fertlg. Kevin Blankenship, Jimmy Underhill
In the BHS auditorium. all put in many hours of class time Ledford. and Tip Golden.
:.p.m. Tenor Saxophone) Aarron Favis,. Owens, Chad ,Mulltns.; Richie Baritone
--', The concert will give the BMS and many more hours after school on
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: by C.E."Sue"Davis Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt and their support In the recent election in Bob Graham and,'Brooker Mayor 'Sapp.. Amy 'Black,. Annette Balcom and Tell 'White.. Excellent: Jeanna
phone 485-1344 daughters Melissa' and Patricia Brooker. Blake Hamilton. ,and bonnie Moody. Students of Nell Andrews; Josh Crawford, Don

were Sunday guests of her mother Ladles Softball... The Parade of Music to designed to Mann are-' Don McDavid, Josh McDavid and Debbie Fairish. Very
:Around Town.... saidthat Adams Debbie Good: Cheryl Griffis. ,
..... Mrs. LydIa Crosby. Mrs. Crosby give our own USA composers recognition Crawford Ginger' ,
; oVfter. several days of semi-rejection recently she and her sister-in- Softball season Is Just arounci'the encouragement and support "Parrish, Joanna Andrews and Kevin 5th Graders Enjoy Trip' -
i jHEa recent kidney transplant, little law,Mrs. Hazel Carlton of Starke en- corner and coach Olin Polk announces Music students .of counselors Anita Starling. Eloise Ramsey's students To It's Elementary...
: Kjjndy Countryman Is now on the road joyed the day visiting and reminiscing a need for at least eight more Countryman, Nell Mann and Eloise t are: Stephanie Gainey,. Sara Crews
: tq.;recovery. Reports are if all goes as they visited sites in the area ladles to participate in upcoming Ramsey played piano solos and sangto and Deena Cox. Brooker fifth graders journeyed to
j Veil" ,Cindy should return home within and enjoyed a leisurely luncheon at games. an appreciative:audience. Music Festival... TV-4 in Jacksonville Saturday Feb. ,
Practices will get under this colorfulposters to in
two weeks to the bosom of her family. her home. way The music club also placed ,19 participate "It's
Mother Anita the donor has been Mrs. John Freeman and son, Per week. Anyone interested may contact at the. school and .local The 1983 Suwannee District Junior Elementary." ,
; Dome for several days recuperating. rel, and family of Hawthorne, were Olin Polk here In Brooker. 'businesses! to stimulate Interest and Festival was held at the University of Students stopped at McDonald's for

:Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roe of Jackson- Saturday afternoon guests of Mr. and Rlverland Music Club. encourage public awareness ,that Florida Feb. 12. refreshments and enjoyed visiting the
C ntte were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. A. I. Mann. Son Marvin Mann of music Is the universal language of. Counselor Nell Mann of the Jacksonville Children's Museum.
Jg* mother, Mrs. Ruby Hodges. Citrus was a weekend guest of his A Parade of American Music was ,peace and a great art / Sonatlne Music Club presented the All Brooker students are to be com
3 CrMrs. Joyce McKenzie and parents. presented at the Brooker Elementary The followingof participated following students and the rating each mended for a job well done on the TV
pa\ son of Tampa were dater J. Cephus Harrel, Claude Prescottand school PTA last Tuesday night in and Anita Countryman -, received.- Superior:, Ginger Adams show and the entire trip. '

_-guests! of her parents Mr and Mrs.ii'te J C. J. Stalnaker wish to extend observance! of American Music monthas : Anita. Black, Penny' .Idt ne>ss_sn_.s +'_.tAiat__
Keene. their thanks to the townspeople for February was proclaimed by Gov:fIlxth' ',Stalnaker, Mitchel Carney," Suzanne ;
rt KIngs i !y Lake Baptist Church 1

Hampton Hilitesby ,
COUNTY TELEGRAPH "When everybody Is somebody and Jesus Christ 1 Is :Lord'1'I '' i

-' Dolores Meng Club in Gainesville. graders were presented with an Published every Thursday;
excellent fire The:
phone 468-1MS safety program. '
at 135 W. Cat Street
Bradford Chapter FFA members
Gratitude BirthdaysFeb. presenting films and answering ques* Starts, Florida 32091 Sunday. Services:'

18-Adam Hall was six;,Feb. lions were the State FFA Secretary 10:00 am. Sunday School
Second Class .
The Hampton Volunteer Fire :20-Wayne' Holder was nine; Feb. Vivian Smith; Yancey Miller, president postage paid at .11:00 am.Momina Worship
Department wishes to thank all who 21-Stanley Varnum was seven and of the local Bradford Chapter i t, Stirke, Florida8ubserfptlosin 7 30 p n. even h Training
I assisted and patronized In any way Teresa Bauldree was 17; Feb. FFA; Chuck Goodowns, Raymond. Rates of ,Worship
their recent Rummage Sale and Chill 24-Johnny Ford la 11 and Robert White, and Rick Welch. This, fine, : W......*,
Luncheon.The$86 profit they realized Moorhead is 12.HAMPTON. group of young people were welldressed I In-trade area;$10.00 per year 7:30 pw::Mid-Wetk (Prayer Service f 1 ? -

will be.put to good use. well mannered, I and well, $9.80 six,months .
." \ ELEMENTARY'' spoken. It,,was a pleasure to, havethem .;..''iJ.
-pl" \,! 'm.v \ 'IICIIOOLNEWS'''' "'.';I> at the school ,jtii*"'v> u 'I..-...'.itt,j,I'. ;:WsMi'trade, ana:Sf itM fur year,, fireo. 05ergtatPaatur"O_ ; ......m'r.. s., n :1,
New Students ",r,A The students ire now.more'fewanl ,, _iB.OO II1f l tmtll* '. rttwl It' :
Among weekend guests of the Paul of fire take seasssraresse > ss ._ tssuessress b
On Monday, Feb. 21,- Jennifer safety measures they can
Meng family were their daughter Darley was welcomed to the' at home and other places they visit
Beverly Wanner and Jeffrey of Orlando kindergarten class.! Her brother,Den- S
son Joe Meng of Chattanooga, ny Darley, entered the sixth grade "-
Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn class. They formerly lived in A
Bowman of Toledo,Ohio. They all at- Dunedin.

and tended Rhonda the wedding Moxley of Carlton at the Meng Tom Jill Powers Visitor visited her former oYO:;\ turnp'sDciiaiIiiient Store
Richardson home In Keystone classmates in the fifth grade on Mon-
Heights on Saturday. day. She now lives In Jacksonville. \-0
It's Elementary ...A. O c 40 W. Main. Street Lake Butler; Florida '

Jocephui Band.Entertains Mrs. Claudette Frees was very proud ..(\1 ''\. 4963013Announcing
,ij.. of,the performance of her fifth O ,
grade students when they appeared In '.9- I
The Jerry Wadsworth family Joinedthe the Channel 4 program on Feb. 12.: ,
Jocephus and the Ghost Rider Their next air date will be August 13. p.
Band on Feb. 12 when they played for FFA Visits School <.,; '. .
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the Valentine Dance at the Moose On Feb. 15, the fourths fifth,, and 'd\t\", < .. '. '
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New Cheese Give-away Set 'he 'I ; tim

Suwannee River Economic Council Medicare card, etc. :
Inc. Community Outreach Center wiii Cheese will be distributed at these I
be distributing USDA donated cheese following locations: z: Q

for the Bradford County area Friday Speedville: Pleasant Grove Baptist %*. _
and Saturday Feb. 23 and Feb. 28, at Church Annex, Monday, Feb. 28, 9
the old RJE School Building 1080 N. a.m. to 4 p.m

Pine St..from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30: Lawtey: Freewill Baptist Church, .

p.m.Applicants Friday and Monday Feb. 25 fc 28, 9 s,.
eligibility are determined a.m. to 3:30 p.m. -,
_ by USDA Monthly Income eligibility Hampton:' Hampton City Hall Friday d. s
guideline. Persons 60 and over are. A Monday,Feb.25 4 28,12 noon to
eligible regardless of Income. 4p.m. ," ,
New.applications be taken for Brooker: Broker's Community, I.", "
this year,you will need to bring some Center, ,Monday Feb. 28 a.m. til 4 ,,SC,' .'t',:
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type of identification such .
as: Food .
Stamp card, Social Security card, p.m.Anyone wishing to volunteer to help, t3 Of Our :.;

drivers license, Medicaid card., with distribution can call 984-6696. P '.

Black Lake Butler '
,History Activities Set' .: _"
The fellowship will ceieoraie Its' The i'if17 Bradford High Schoolgraduate .. '< ,
12th anniversary Sunday, Feb. 27, at will be serving three years ,-' Store ::.: :
Ebenezer Baptist Church with service in Madrid, Spain. She will perform .- :i)7' -f. ,' ,"' ",.1 I 7". "
beginning at 3 p.m. All churches In her duty as an Inventory. management \ ':', _. .
the fellowship are asked to cooperate. specialist.Girl. ,' ., J,, ,
Black History Month activities will Scout News .,. I'.1:1': ,
end with a program, the fourth in a Thinking Day : I
series,at Mt.Zion In Lawtey at 7 p.m. Thinking Day will be observed wr. : : :' Tuesday :Saturday' ,

The public is Invited to attend. Rev..C. Saturday from 9-12 with Troops 461,. Ie. ,,. .. ..:,., 1
Nichols, Pastor. 691, 325 and 684 participating. Singing :f y-J.'f.: : : 1
Service News dancing, arts and crafts, and \.111" ,, ; .. march '1-5 19"8'3' J

Sgt. Fayon Hawkins, daughter of tasting party. '''YI' .'#it'r .
Mrs. Ida Scott and granddaughter of Parents of the Scouts are Invited. t "'-r 1"'.. I ;
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I Jackson's New Grocery Store,'Goes Up on East Call Street .CJ CRfc.%|| I

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Roy Jackson la a self-made man... an independent thinker doing hit own -A .new dental office may be built In Stark. :' f. he is building the seafood restaurant. Whitehead wants to have a minit: ,
thing, as he sees It. /.Itftt\ I .! ''J shopping center.Contractor .
That's the kind of man It takes to open new lP'oetII7.tore on the east end Blaine Thompeott Is, planning to move Sonny's Fat-Boys Bar-B-Que. :
of Call Street at Chuivh Street Under construction, the new 4,000 square restaurant 301 south JP1 '. Jerry Ely has bought the Stern property on U8-301IOUth. Just*, I
foot '.t.'rali. : '.*> Creek from Bradford Square and on the same side of tl1&
store building is some 20 feet wider than the present store, which < ? / r'r. : across Alligator '"
Jackson now rents from S.G. Denmark on west Call and Bay Streets. ..jj-Stev*Whitehead plans U build two more buildings on the. property where J road. Ely also plans to develop a mini-shopping center. !
This Is progress!" said Contractor Jerry Ely: last Friday morning as the, m, :;\tt. ,'"''V ', '" ?..' .- .ft.
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across from the Starke power plant adjacent ;. ,,,'/j' : .
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up-to new building. J" .wr. ." #I '....
The new grocery store will .face Call Street, with parking on the east side :: r/ ;--. ".'. '' ,"' "., I,
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an old-fashioned butcher shop. Customers will still be able to watch Jackson '. 'cd
cut meat and stuff sausage. That's one point on which Jackson Is adamant. i. '
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will be a smokehouse In back. ;" ," -
It has been some 3S years since a new commercial building has gone up on ": ", ;.
tho east end of Call Street Two new professional buildings Harry Gruen's "t. ..,.
dental offices and Robert Harris' Nu Waves hair styling, have been built on a ii7sl r % IW'I
the west end of Call Street In recent years. .. ', .,,11

New Mobile Home Sales Office Opens...

Skyline Home Center opened Feb. 1 on US-301 north by Ricky and Glenda ,
Hall of Keystone Heights. ,
Ten sales have been made In the first three weeks of operation,says Glenda. -
The office Is on the west side of 301 across the street from the Florida
Highway Patrol station on former Palmer Williams property which the.
Hall's bought from Flora Prince and Marian Gunning." .
Glenda, a former employee of a mobile home sales business Keystone.
Heights, is managing the new business. Husband Ricky Is an accounts ad-
juster for a mobile home finance company. ,

Garden Open Again... -" '., RaY S GROC, MKT I
The refurbished Garden Restaurant operated by .Robbie Robinson has .' ,, .
been open for several weeks now. I .
Robinson Is serving home-style cooking In the front part of the Starke land- ':. "
mark restaurant and has an oyster.bar in the back room where a pecan tree

Nearing Completion... ,
A seafood restaurant is nearing completion on US-301aouth. Built and owned
by contractor Steve Whitehead, the new restaurant will be operated by
Pick Tillman, who used to own Fat Boys here.
The law offices of the firm of Bessent*Moody, and Salzman are nearing
completion on Georgia Street, across the street from the north end of the
courthouse Contractor Is Jerry Ely

)Banker Notes Local Economic Pick-up... t

J.E.Tomlinson, president of the Florida Bank at Starke, says he has noticed -
a pickup in business within the past month. ,
Movement of money builds upon itself, said Tomlinson. "It looks good to
me. People's attitudes are the big thing. People have a more positive at

titude. I _' '
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the person takes his money and buys something else, there is a domino ef :. '," :
fect. It doesn't stop until somebody down the line takes the money out of cir : :1'"
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Plans are still In the works for: Progr Being Made.. 'oJfI
'A restaurant and motel combination on US-30llOUth. The motel will be
'built by J.E. MIlUgan and Roger Jones and the. Rey Jackson, left watches: a* masonry workers of John Dlggt crew Church Streets between the Starke power pUnt and Advanced .:tHuin.Il .
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World Day of Prayer is celebrated Caribbean Identity. The service "
this year on March 4.Sponsored In the reflects Joy in the new-found in- celebrated' in Starke at the First
United States by Church Women dependence of their nations and the United Methodist Church at 11 a.m. A FORTUNE'SrWsney
United this annual observance unites new' opportunities opening up. to covered dish luncheon will follow in I
women of faith In 170 countries on six women socially, politically and within Fellowship HaU. Everyone Is Invited. n
continents around the globe. 1983 their own churches. '
marks the 96th consecutive year in Church Women United Is the Christian ,
which: untold thousands of women will movement that brings together STARKE INVESTMENT GUIDE
gather to be part of this worldwide more than half a million Protestant 'l '
prayer witness. World Day of Roman Catholic and Orthodox women CHURCH OF GOD 4
Prayer, translated Into many into one Christian"community of car 422 N. St: Ctrir 964-5449
;languages, may well be the most ing." World Day of Prayer offerings Waiter F. Monti. Pastor '
'widely used Christian literature In the make possible the mission! of ChurchWomen ,fit 'a
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'irhe service for 1983 was written by' continental Grantsfor. Mission Attended Nursery .
du-istlan women from the Island gram that funds national and Inte..1 Sunday School ... .'. 10 am .
'tries of the Caribbean on thee tional projects in support of Homing Warship. .'. . ...11 am r .

"New Persons In ChrIst. powerment of women, human. rights, Evening Service .-... . 6 pm .
eaentlng a rich mixture of races justice and peace. I . .
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I 'I etriTcmlALs" Everything' You Ranted, to Know' ''iiiiL'; ; I

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hj r; : ;:.'::,- ,( About PlaCe :Names in : ; :

GiOn! Solons Sympathetic with Problems "
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This .to the third

I .. tod'T and final Installment
Small Counties explaining the origin
Of .,. and the significance
.0 01 place names in
this area. These ex .
:1 i E. :",y L+W yltielr
that two-thirds of homesteads in Brad- "Florida Place d a t.*'*
Thursday, Feb. 17, t
,l.On Countians given an to ford County now pay no taxes at all Names "a book writ- 1t
were opportunity
with consequent shortfall of ad ten and publlahed by
Pa confer with our legislative delegationbel Allen Morris, b I
valorem tax' revenue. There was
make suggestions for new legislation veteran clerk of th*
PI to meet the county's needs; general agreement that every Florida House of
It".about old legislation; and complain homeowner should pay at least some Representative F

J become better acquainted with the small part toward supporting Bradford PALATKA-County

ha'' men who represent us in Tallahassee County services such as schools roads, Mat of Putnam Coun-

gel iwo of whom are new to voters here. law enforcement, garbage collection, ty. Established in _
reiEaw. fire protection, etc. With the $25.000 exemption 1821 ass trading>>ton _
the St. Johns _
aG now written into the State
.', As usual I, this I opportunity: was Constitution, however, there seems lit River have been and said known to

tu'Jalmost completely ignored by the tle hope of repealing the$25,000 exemp- variously in Its early E

'Tgeneral public some of whom like to tion that most observers agree was a years as Buena
COt< complain about things (to each other) mistake.At Vista, Gray's Place TI
<- ideas about how the and Fort Shannon.

t untyishoul be run, but fail to make Its current name Is
the outset of the meeting, Com- derived from a
::and known to those who could do
Seminole Indian
mission Chairman Lawrence Mosley 1+,, p. sway'Tbls
about it. ..ordilot.lkU..
P jgasomething
: impressed upon the two legislators meaning ferry ford

I'; -S5 In spite of the lack of general interest present that state acquisition of the or crossing. This was
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Santa Fe Swamp, which Georgia- later abbreviated toPtlatka
I i' fghown. in legislative matters there was Pacific Corporation seeks to drain and but postal birds-eye view of Stark*. taken when steeds were still anpaved. shows large ("o-ttery."-"* .*
\ ;feir representation from county and cI- mine for its peat content is now the authorities complained ceraer ef W.....and Jackson Streets present site of V.S.Post Office.Water tank looming I.
iy officials, heads of local agencies, first of the Bradford that this at IU old location at toe power plant.The boose on the corner was occupied by John W. (Will> Alvarei.
and the news media. priority County'Commission. riling was too Starke postmaster from 1(13 through .lets and later by Col.J,U Fraiee. local attorney.
The of the
1f:.' support to Picolata,. I
; ] : Some very significant topics were legislative delegation in this matter is another nearby town. \

.i f discussed which would or very well especially important with the recent PENNY FARMS-CIay; County. An neat citizen of Jacksonville, who UNION COUNTY-The 61st. county in
-: I i could affect the pocketbooks and style announcement by Geor a-Pacific thatit unusual community on Highway 16 several represented Florida in, the provisional Florida created by the Legislature in 1921
:i of living of the ten or twelve thousand is not interested in selling the swamp miles! cost of Klngsley Lake, founded by' Congress of the Confederate States'The by dividing Bradford County at the New
3 ) adults who found it impossible or in- to the State or anyone else. Although J.C.Penney the chain store magnate.The 'site was used by both Union and Confederate River line. Believed to have been named
convenient not present at the hearing, Rep. Frank community was established by Penney asa forces as a camp during the campaign Union to symbolize end to the long fight
to attend.
,, Williams who retirement home for ministers and 01111I4. between the east and west portions of
//Q represents an gospel workers and their families, in Bradford over whether Lake' Butler or
s Among the most important issues portion of the county, has already announced memory of his father,who was a minister. Starke should be the county seat.

: iil discussed were: his approval of state purchaseof PUTNAM COUNTY-The Seth county, WALDO-Alachua County. Named about

i A bill to relieve small counties with the swamp. established Jan. IS, 1849 and named forBenjamin LOVE IN BLOOM 18S6 for Dr.Benjamin Waldo, a physicianand
Alexander Putnam a lawyer, member of the Legislature who was
large prison populations, such as Bradford Another matter brought up for soldier, judge and member of the Florida born in South Carolina and died In Marion
Union, and Baker of the burdenof discussion that Bradford Legislature. He was the first president of County in 1871.WORTHINGTON.
court costs resulting from the floodof was some the Florida Historical Society and was appointed SPRINGS-Unlon
and multitude of to Countians are withdrawing their by President Zachary Taylor as
cases appeals Established
County. in 1825 and named for
names from the registered voter list in Surveyor General I of Florida 1828 to 1854.
courts filed inmates William G.D. Worthington of
higher by prison Maryland
for reasons that are often frivilous. order that they will no longer be drawn PUTNAM HAIA-On Highway 100 southof secretary and acting governor of the Ter.

Bradford clerk of the court duty. This deplorable fact is Keystone Heights.Settled in 1950 by Elijah 'dory of East Florida.The springs at Worthington
County's allegedly due to inconveniences imposed Wall, a planter, and also named for were once a popular spa. attracting
reported that of 444 cases filed in Brad- by a circuit judge formerly assignedhere Benjamin' Putnam.RAIFORDUnlon. tourists and other vacationers from
ford County Circuit Court last '
year, area.
who required jurors, summoned County. Named for
around 80 percent were prison- for duty, to remain in the courthouse, Hunter Warren Raiford a native 01IlawklnlvWe YULEE-Nassau County.Once known as
generated. Union County would have without lunch break until for Ga. who built and operateda Hart's Road, but renamed Yulee in 1893 in
perhaps an even higher percentage. a juries large turpentine still at the location of honor of David Levy Yulee,a prime mover
f up The state already some of the cost all trials set for the week had been Im- the present town over too years ago. In the in the organization of the Florida Railroad
pays Starke
t. of the load paneled. With the assignment of a different early 1900s the name Raiford also came to the may have been named for Company which ,built the first railroad
increasing case sweetheart ef the
vi smallcounties judge to the Bradford County be generally applied to the original Florida flratpostmaster connecting the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf
but it is overtaxing the ability of te serve the city.
State Prison Union Correctional
Court In recent months this condition (now Institution of Mexico. This' railroad up the
to pay the portion that is ) which wed the Raiford post ofUtoe vast interior of Florida and was
\. ,assigned to them.Rep.,George JCrady.s:> .' +&has the been alleviated* and it is hoped that_r \ as I its mailing address.-, responsible for the early growth primarily of Starke

who now represents the larger part of practice of "dropping"'lrom the*W r *T.Au6WtoffSt.:Johns County;The by prflvWint tnansporUMpn(pntbejtotton.
registered voter list will be STARKE-Connty seat 'of
Bradford County, asked that officials" stopped. oldest continuously in the U.S.' County.Believed to have been Bradford c.tniaIUUI *g141tnq( oUiercrop.produced. ,
Spar for
a ia this -
Founded in area.There
Bi ISM by the
their in the conqueror
compute expense cases on Miss Starke of Fernandlna. the fiancee of
dcTl an annual basis so he would have the Other matters discussed at the Augustine Menendex, and Bishop named of Hippo by ,him for'whose St. the town's first postmaster George W. are m.ny'other colorful names

Bite necessary data to present to the legislative hearing were:, feast day August 28,Menendes upon sighted the Cole.Since most of the town's first settlers towns and places in this area about which

Legislature at the coming session. Putting inmates of the state prison, Florida coast. that came the from town South Carolina have it is possible there 'Is no record of origin. The Telegraph
might been for
named would
aiR Senator Bill Grant also lent a sympathetic back to work so they will not have so Gov. Madison Starke Perry. Governor of the names appreciate of other having towns information on
ear to the .small counties', much idle time.'Consolidation. SANDERSON-Baker County. Believed Florida from 1857 to semi, and himself a lakes, etc. from
Hi' plight., to be named for John P.Sanderson,promi South Carolinean. knowledge. anyone having such
of more county and

city services.
School Superintendent Tom

Casey pleaded for the delegation's support which Repealing the current state law County gent's Notebook by r f.'T.ylor I
gives county elected officials an
th of an even break for small counties Br.dfordcoaalvAre.lEven ..",,:..
Bi on the division of school funds. At automatic pay increase every year, ,. .:',-Jir l'"

th the present time Bradford County gets ,whether they want it or not. though it Is still wintertime is range crops that are to be planted first garden may be greatly Increa .''Provided

only 95.68 of the per student funding not too early to be making plans and starting along one aide of the garden. Place long- the soil is properly fertilized and water

while some larger counties get much Increasingly stringent re- your vegetable garden. deciding III season croaaudt as strawberries' to one Is available, frequently' two'nor"three
should include selecting a site side of the garden so they will not interfere vegetables be
more. Dade County for Instance, quirements for a septic tank'permit, what vegetables) you will grow and planning -' with the preparation of the garden each area,. for 'Instance may grown crops in that. UtfjUAie rnatore

received 117 percent. This distribution which caused one county'commis or making a garden design.In season. Plant tall-growing crops on the quickly can be planted 4et .,in
J is based on the assumption that the sioner to comment, "I don't think there planning the borne garden, many factors north side of the garden so they will not the rows that occupy the space 1Neetl.rvu.QI witlr c-o&\ll\

:becost of living is lower in small counties is a way in the world that Bradford should be consider so as to Insure shade other plants. for a relatively long period. AMmtv arm

than it is in more populous areas. This County can comply" with .11 .the maximum production!from land available. Group crops similar maturation dates cabbage are often set alternately in-' the

fat is disputed by Casey and school board regulations. Bradford County' is Grow the coops that are liked by your together so that the space, may be rows.row with The radishes'amid tMI.tW"" the"
tb members who "flat" family.This list limited prepared easily for later plantings if radishes 1Uucfta; >e out tr
argue that cost of food notoriously and the water table, by the size the before
space permits, plant enough of each way the..eabbagenwd*
PI of the m.ribe the .
and clothing may be just as high or in wet times is very near the surface garden crops that are vegetable for freezing canning, and stor space. : -
to be
p.: even higher- in a small town as it is in in some areas. As one realtor once likely asparagus: and our rhubarb area. For seldom example ing as well as for fresh use. Allow ample Ta prevent diseases that lfve'
may eddr a city. Casey argued for a formula based commented when questioned about an produce In Florida. The space between rows for convenient from the previous season, practice

ty on regional cost of living data rather unhappy buyer of flooded land: "I told nutritive acceptable should cultivation to be.used.,depending! uoon the type of tool rotation. that 'to,'dn not grow the same r
eJ than him when it it's also be considered. Don't plant too much of any one vegetable in or near the
county-by-county. He believes a s dry dry and when it's crop at one time. same location,
regional concept would net Bradford wet it's wet.",Truer words were never Before planting a plan"'of the garden Since more often than once every three year
Make succession plantings every 10 to 14 members of some plant families are
should be
County an additional $139,000 spoken. prepared on paper showing the
per year. days of radishes subject to of
location of each crop to be snap beans sweet corn many the same diseases rotation -
Sb prepared on each 4Li theamend follow and other crops to provide fresh should be by families as well as by I...,
Also discussed was the need for more Altogether, the bearing brought to earber ones,and companion crops that are vegetables over a long period of time. A dividual crops. Move members of the
and stronger control similar effect will result from planting at eabba.e-ca uUrJower-broccoU.coll.rd f
over budgets by light some to be planted ta the same area.
local boards of interesting problems, the same time'two or more vegetables ('mfiy.and. the ewMmber-meton-squash
county commissioners. whether or ,not the legislators, who varieties with different maturity dates. family to the parts of the garden where no
I At present the State controls the When making 'your; the other
were generally sympathetic will be bye help members of the same family
,' careful planning and were
1 budgets of the sheriff's office, the property able to enact bills to correct. any or all. following suggestions may : Ar None n., production from the compa small seed grown the past season Crop rotation and
121 appraiser and the tax collector, of them. treatment control many diseases

EhS3 but county commissioners are responsible .

for raising the money to meet expenses Next time around, come out and join ,Forestry in Bradford: County
of these
offices. in the Starke
J discussion. Greater attendanceat Elementary
e Financial troubles such will fcy Da vMW.Norton oi annual reforestation Parents
arising from the hearings doubtless encourage IX1MIndItur'eI.I Complain About,
Th set $25,000 homestead tax exemption greater effort on the part of Bradford' CeaMy.Forester I Prior to this, ,these'CClllta .had to be Omission of News

Nb. Amendment came in for a large share our legislators to get some of these jobs "Economic "Recovery: Tax Act ;offers capitalized and could not be used to offset
.,f criticism. with the statement madeM done. ;new savings to forest"'Iando mars,"- Income from selling or cutting Umber .To the Editori!
It to .that time The most I recent development
seems to ( of year when a affecting
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flood ., 1M3 timber Economic the pui aeveral
*V1 information relating to,Income transactions the an It baa'been
Mlto taxes is so numerous that all the Important Recovery Tax Act. For long-term capital our Pleasureto read "** Stark" J:1anen-:

._ EYfilreMt Items...to slip. .by oanotlcwt Here are a. .gains the maximum effective tax rate is tory Newt in J*. Bradford County!'
w s few items which eouM' be now M percent instead of Telegraph.,
of Interest hot 28 percent under Through reading' the
I just to those ..Do"" prepared their tax the previous law. Regardless of the tax. .. ..,.per w.. are kp informed*special
P1 r: ;' .return. but aIM to these Who are seeking payer's tax bracket, only 40 percent of a o.enta.......a news and students that ex-
tax kng-tonn capital gain Is eel in IChooI.Recently. _
meted .Investment. *; for them Ian- taxable. On a
5 AIr" -" 10.000 gain this means a tax savings of '- '
1 n .. N. if' tlol"", 'pi dom commanded Amore Rthanut10,000etrooptw Ionentim Code has the maximum, M newspaper.AI of< It contained provisions favorabl*to '.. petCe: L, ,bare not had all utieJe.. 17.
forest landowners H timber sellers fofiow r"'fIIeN' weeks:

Ftft ...' proper procedures, they can save up tat 60 The federal incoxaa tax law Is designed. thissm 1Iu' aIIout
; percent la incamt.taxes bjr treating timber' to encourage timber management and pro' oeculOllli. We ascsaces Ded
"VIII ,sales revenue aw ..-term capital! faire, duction. Nevertnetsas, tax treatment of '
1 rs ere.g ; rather than as ordatarfy income.They may Umber income: and expenses to complex. ,SSSSSKSS MSSXS.Our
J .:' too deduct certain..*.oIl11'OW11111 trees 'Although: many, woodland owners are ,
1 @ Qteligraplt: : ..',; ;;. 'from totals. made l III flintier sales gnu if capaM* of doing their own Income tax, i oei behind this. heeler w ti Worm
:: ; : landowners do net -.u a sale cIuriIIII a work for special problems they should, OCher Starte onn '
;' t! ...11 > pe'eeta
given tax year,they say sUH deduct treat from an advlaor tacrfty member Is ca iec '
MSB 6. Focus: JOHN M. MLLERe management IMJIMSIHI from ordinary,Income. : knowledgeable In Umber taxation.t fit each classroom., u ..1'aslg "+ ,
.. i landowners should r
;, .' Three recent'easwsM in th* law have of timber sales. or reforestation expen ( d'by'.1,' perea,.' oi: dwimementa ,,,,,-,
PctesaM *>t Ttaraan art ast ....l.asr .. si M Pal"SfltasriwMstsa ,!.' made It more Isjsjsifcrt far tercet lan, ditures can be crucial.AvtUaMe <- >Scbo 1.) "
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Deadline Drawinqi'Near. For Strawberry. Queen Pageant .
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As oT, Monday Feb. 21, five lovelyyoung Mrs. Neil Crawford. Diana Is spon- sponsored by Leila's Dress and Gift daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smithof
ladles hive entered the sored by the Florida Bank Shop. Crystal Lake.
Strawberry Queen Pdgeant.fThtS Tammy Mann, 16, Is a junior at Many activities have been plannedfor I
year's queen Fair the Brad- BHS and Is the daughter of Mr. and Alesla Sheffield, 18, is a freshmanat the contestants. However, it is extremely
ford County deadline Mrs T.J.Mann of Brooker.Tammy Is. Santa Fe Community College. She important to submit a black
enter Is Friday, March 4.Only 13 con sponsored by Hendry's Upholstery of .Is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Frank .and white photo along with application
testants may enter. .'.. ;."'; Lake Butler. Sheffield of Hampton. She .is sponsored *. For more' Information call
The five contestants are: ?' Paige, Roberts 17 Is a senior at by Stump's Department Store. Christie Torode, 533-2505; Tracy
Diana Crawford, 17, is a senior at BHS and Is the daughter of Mr. and Holly Smith, 17, la a Junior at Torode, 964-8168 or Tina Brown at
BUS and Is the daughter, of Mr, and Mrs. D,C.Roberts 01 Starke, Paige Is Keystone, High School. She is the 9647955. I
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The Bradford Middle School Drama The second play, "The Lincoln
TkellSocikSMeJR' Club will present two plays this Fri- Coat"" is a serious story of a Russian
day evening, Feb. 25, at the Starke 'immigrant family, The son, Joey, I
; .) 'j"lla, 't'1' Woman's Club.The public is welcometo played by Kenneth Owens, is selectedto
attend. Admission is SO cents per wear the Lincoln's coat in the annual ,
} .. O + :T'h person. Curtain time is 8 p.m. school play. He has concerns
..42b' 'J j 'rr The first play. "Jump for George, that he is not worthy because o-.a
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n..rvji Society'Editor.. *, *. ., teens trying to prepare for a George n
1 '..'' ";"'''J "i. ",", Washington's Day dance. Only one Each play runs about 35 mlnut&&.
44 L" 760 : ,( .IN ')" I teen, Nickl Nijelski. played by Lisa There will be a 15 minute interims--
> ,'...I ... e 1'8' : .. 4Ii I Rivera, is serious about a trip to sion.Come out and find out what hap
'r.. "/ "''tt2 I't, .ajk'i.. .u!; II..,_,.. ''', 0J Mount Vernon honoring our first pens to Nicki Nijelski's Mount Vernon
president. Nicki is .a first-generation trip and learn little Joey's family's'
American who has had to earn her secret.: the youth of your community
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: $ ;4I Starke Mother-Daughter Beauty Clinic Planned Feb. 28To

look your professional best!' you look your very best and enhance the Home Economics office at
That Is the goal for most women today -' your appearance. 964-6280, Ext. 284 for a reservation.The guarantee
,-whether they are young or old, Alicia M. Homrich, Extension class is limited. First preferencewill
are students, teachers; homemakers, Home Economics Agent, will discuss: be given to "mother-daughter our work. !
professional or office workers. A wardrobe planning and ways to get teams" however anyone is welcometo
positive self Image\ important both. the most for your clothing dollar.This attend with advance notice. Exten-
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Inside and out! program will be full of helpful advice, sion Home Economics programs are .TM._VMT With OVtM. 1OO c. g bl he..ak 44rmrttnv
The Extension Home Economics tips and techniques to make you look free of charge and open to all without and...form.....***.you And.hav thM eouM more mean chance an iftSaudtt.
Mr.sad Mn.David Stone Office Is sponsoring a free Mother yourwould "professional best."' If you regard to race, color, sex or national H Hft Block prpr. your, !.... aid
Daughter Beauty: Clinic just for this like to attend you must act fast origin. yeo'r. audHad. w. 90 with vu N *H.> s>dddcotJt. I
purpose They Invite tollattendga girls .seating is by reservation only I,Call Deadline for registration is Feb. 25. ..plain Not how M your your!toffa....! raprasanlMtv war* ....,...cd.buff tl .t.
,and their mother one .......... and you owl additional+ tar ,
.. Helen Youmans/David Stone you pay only tha .... Wa pay tha parwtty swyl3C
night workshop be held Monday ,
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night, Feb. 28. at 7 Episcopal Churchwomen, Hold Bound i MeetingTurk.
Agriculture Building A ditorium "'" HR BLOCK!
Wed in Keystone Heights 2266 N. Temple Avenue. Thirty-nine 'members of the The group returned to Starke ltt..w te.It..a
The program will feature professional Episcopal Churchwomen of the and Canon Turk addressed the groupon ------Ir.J
beauty and color consultant'' Diocese of Florida met at,St. Mark's his ministry to prisons\ which Includes -
Mr. and Mrs.Walter F. Gruenwald train with long flowing lace train.She Patty Shay who will advise participants Parish House on Tuesday, Feb.. ,IS (oran counseling to families of
of' Keystone Heights announce the wore a pair of pearl earrings and two on skin care, makeup ap open board meeting. prisoners and aid to victims of crime.A Starke' Keystone Heights
marriage of their daughter Helen small chains and carried a bouquet plication, making the most of your The meeting began with a tour'of luncheon followed and then the 964 N. Tempi Keystone Shops Ne :3
Sharon Youmans, to David Alan and In shades of pink, figure type and most Importantly the Lawtey Correctional Institute business meeting was held presidedover 964-8286 473-3646
'Stone son of Mr.and Mrs.Delmas B. rose burg dy with white lilies .bow to select colors that will make conducted by Rev, Canon Richard P. by Mrs. L. B. Brantley.
Stone of Hampton. and baby's breath. She wore a white
The wedding took place Friday: picture bat covered with lace and \
Jan. 21,at 7:30: p.DIII the Communi.. pearls matching the dress.A .
-ty Church in Keystone Heights with reception was held In the Lions
Rev- Buddy Friedlin performing the Club at Keystone Heights where Mr.
.nuptials.. and Mrs. James Douglas Gruenwald
Highlighting the altar were. two greeted the guests at the door.. 3i
,large baskets of pink and white mums Decorating the hall were pink and When have these!
and carnations. white streamers and bell.) Chantilly
Mrs. Nail of Keystone presented a lace cloths covered the tables and you
program of nuptial music. held arrangements of pink lilies,
William Curtis Lundy served as' 'daisies and pink carnations The
beat man and the ushers were Edward punch table held tropical punch and
William Youmans Jr. and. assorted beverages.The .
James Douglas Grunwald.Miss guests were entertained by the savers added :
Kathy V* Mete attended as band "Wanted Alive." energydA'
.maid of honor. She wore a floor length The couple residing In Hampton.The ,

gown In ,light ros*< with shawl tob1atNt. groom Is a painter at U.S. Solar .. ... ... .
<<; .Attendants weN Lad Stoat: in'n&3 "!Corporation.:: --; i "'"'c,," : r\2r ''' S ylitllr{ '9 ". '" y. 'y n. .' ....- .
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light pink gown with shawl In matching -: y "u/fl.5/ .
color. All the gowns were Pastor Bn Bryant ,
fashioned 'alike and made by the
.:bride's mother. They aU'won silk Wins NsmlyWvd Cam --
flowers in their hair and carried bou-
quets of silk rose, pink and burgundy The First Baptist Church had both of the cost.
.,roses breath.with white lilies and baby's, of weekend its Valentine of Feb.Banquets 12-14. during the ': n ;.' part J

Kandl MIchele Gruenwald was The Youth Banquet featured singer
flower r girl and wore a white eyelet and Christian artist Debbie Elbon.
dress trimmed with rose buds and The Adult Banquet, on the other r. ,,..,.
pink ribbon and wore pink picture hand featured entertaining games as, "4
Jiat.with white eyelet lace and pink well as singing from women in the ",
ribbon. church.A variation of the Nly.Wed'Game
Given in marriage by her father the was played during the banquet -
"Vlbriojejwore a white, satin gown with with Bro. Ben Bryant and his wife
i4ce ibodice ;over strapless, ..tlni. ,Dot, winning the contest,' .
,44lfe puff sleeves,at the shoulder and.sewered The four adult II'OUpeln the church'took x;=,
,- to ,the wrists with lace' part In the preparation for' the
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Hugh Stephens (Chosen Sherry K I.ly.and Tyrone ,Clemons, Married Jan.: 3a 'L.\J"ttL: I

Sailor of the Month centered witn a uiree-uerea wedding
Sherry D. Kelly, daughter of Jane Mrs. Vernon Reddish, soloist,fang dress, over ton gik with lace lace cake decorated with pink roses and
"IJ Petty Officer First Class Hugh C. and David Godshell, was united in a wedding son*. bodice with evea and run- ped with a bride and groom. A
(ttaE Stephens son of Mn. John C, marriage to Tyrone D.,demons, son Ding down the face of the dress Her garland of pink and white carnations
Stephens of Starke.bus been selected of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Roberta of Pete Richardson was best man.. full length( train was attached to ajullet encircled the eke. Klmberty Lynn
nag,00" as Sailor of the.Month. for! .January, Stark and Gene demons of Jacksonville Rebecca Lynn Goolsby,litter of the pompoms carried a roves, Hall a"terof the groom cut the cake.
asst, 1983. .' on Jan. 30. at:3 p.m.at the home bride served as bridalattendanL'SheW pink I with pink Tina demons., siater An-law of the
Stephen to"stationed I in Puerto' Rico of the groom's parents in Starke with a cream colored full .length baby's breath and greenery. poured punch from a punch
with the U.S. Naval Communication Rev. James Land performing the dress with long sleeves jacket and a bowl encircled with pink.and white
: ''7"- Station and lives with his wife the. nuptlalu. ,. satin ribbon at the waist; She carried A reeeDt10n was also field at the carnations. .'
: former Carol Reddiih, and their nine- "( I one long stem ptofcrosQ. with baby's Robert' home, Nancy Lynn Roberta. Following a snort wedding trip the
breath. .> >.1' sister.of the groom kept the pride'sbook.
year-old daughter, Holly. They: were ''couple! is residing In Hampton.The .
The home was attractively Given In marriage by her step .
in Guam for three years before mov is employed with Giffin
ing to Puerto. Bfcp.Tommle decorated for the occasion: with pink father, p.vid..GOO: .heIl, the bride The bride's table was covered with groom'in Jacksonville.
Hugh Stephens floral arrangements and greenery. wore a white v flowing, full length ,a' lace cloth over pink linen and, Construction: .,,1'i .
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('i== Mr.and Mn. RObbie Sheller visitedMr. E.L. Matthews and grandson Mrs. Foster Shi Smith'has returned Mr. and( 'Mrs. ""Homer Stearns
and Mrs. Ogden Bates in Jonathan Ferguson returned Mon after five months in a hospital In visited Mrs J. L. Todd in Winter'
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.Steve day from a week's tour of Costa Rica, Lakeland.Mr. Garden and Mrs. Obble Dobbs at '
TUley and Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Central America. Hamilton Lake last Wednesday and a r
TUley In Orange Park on Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Goethe of Thursday. e 2226 N. Tcmpfo ((301 M.JStorks'
William S. Cofflngsworth, Route 4, Jacksonville were guests of Mr. and, '
and MrsU 1 : Mac Baldwin were Starke has completed a course in Mrs. Herbert Thomas oh Saturday. Hugh Davis who broke hli hip in a. Garden Plows 984-7871 ,, '
camping at Anastasia State Park Master Course in Small Engine ;. f.M ':;" fall l last weejt/underwent surgery Ad good thru Mirth S, ,1983. \
over the weekend. Repair and has been awarded a Steve Futch attended Daytona Wednesday, Ala chua General $4 500
Diploma by the National Radio In- 500 races over the weekend as a Hospital"' His two daughters from
Mrs. L. H. Jennings returned Tues- stitute of Washington D.C. He finish member of the safety crew; South Bend, Ind., M.... Bonnie ea. Seed Potatoes
day after surgery last week in ed enpr esWcrlcobulrse of technical Gilltspie and Mrs. Louise Buck are .
Greater Orange Park Hospital. rades and is Mrs. J. M. Blackshear visited Mn. here to visit him and their mother. Garden Seeds "' ,
to be congratulated upon hb achieve E. B. Work and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mrs. Davis. $450Garden .
t Mr. and Mrs. Paul DiVlto of Lake ment. Denison in Castleberry Monday ito An Types '
Worth, Miss Kay Turner of Jackson- Thursday of last week, I
ville and Mr. and Mrs. Grover 'Chuck Williams a freshman at Patrick McGriff and son, Patrick, .
Howard of Orange Park were Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. George Copeland returned to their home In Hoe
weekend guests of their mother, Mrs. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. spent last week at Fairfield Mountain lIIil wauk... WIs. or Wednesday after ,, Ames .
Janet Turner. Williams, has accepted a bid from Lake Lure N.C. a week's visit with Pat's mother.Mrs. .
Sigma Chi social: fraternity. G. J. McGriff Sr. The guests: spent
1'4.... O.L.. Haynes, Sr. celebrated and Brenda Thomas attended Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby Sunday and Monday at EPCOT $5.50
her 92nd birthday on Feb. 18 at a Doyle returned Feb. is after spending Feb.
family dinner. the Daytona 500 Race Sunday where 3-10 on a tour of the Hawaiian lalands
they were guests of the finished Melling second Rac- and Feb. lO Feb. 13 visiting Mr. and Among those' the funeralof A-Z Azalea & Camelia Negabot Paste
Mrs. Edward Schwab and Mrs. ing Team whose car Mrs. Elmer Jones in LaMirada Cal. Mrs. Ava Lee Mayo Tampa on
Myrtle Anderson of Merritt Island in the race. Tuesday who was a farmer Lawtey Fertilizer Horse
spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Chuck Coty and son of Tampa resident were: Mrs. Mamie Lou Ed Wormer $489
John Anderson and also visited Mrs. Mr.and Mrs.H.L. Hutson attendeda spent the weekend with her parents wards Mrs. Drew Reddish. Bill Edwards -
Alice Barron in Norma's Home on family birthday dinner Sunday at Mr.' and Mrs. Frank Mitchell. Her Mrs. Rex Mixon Mrs. Fred. $550
Saturday. the home of Dr. and Mrs. Glen Davisin grandmother. Mrs. Ellen Mitchell Moore and Mrs. Tom Casey.: 50 I Ibs. Cattle No.. 6 $gsosgoo
Jacksonville: on the birthdays of returned to Tampa with her for two '
Jack Yeager and Miss Arlene Bras- Mr. Hutson and nephew, Butch Pat weeks visit. Mineral No. '14
ington Orlando were Friday to Sunday ford. Also attending were Mr. and Attending the Centennial celebration Fertilizer for
guests of his father,J. D. Yeager Mrs. David Pafford and family of of the Green Cove Springs
and they all were Sunday luncheonguests Albany, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sheriff Dolph Reddish visited Dr. Woman's Club on Sunday afternoon Pecan Trees Encephol .- Plus
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Allen In Pafford of Jacksonville. and Mrs. Greg Reddish in Orlando were Mn. J. D. Warren and granddaughter
St. Augustine. over the weekend.Mr. Encephalonwettflj Influenza;
Rena Akers. Mrs. W. H. Lime.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Thomas of Goldwire Thomson ...... John Griffin, Miss Bag vaccine ,Tetanus,toxoid
and Mn. Jack of Cincinnati
Mr.and Mrs.W.H.Green family Palmetto were weekend guests of Lillian Stump and Mrs. Mildred
-+ of Tallahassee spent the weekend Mrs. E. C. Dukes.. Ohio and Miss Elisabeth Bellizi. They also visited Mn. L. H. $190
with his mother, Mrs. Lex Green. guests Goldwire of Mrs.of Waycross Gilbert Goldwire.were weekend Jennings In Greater Orange Park '50 Ib. bag 5.50

. .Upcoming Events Hospital.Mr. Introducing New Horse Feed

Woman's Club Weeks Chapter. UDC Eastern Star. .and Mrs.H.A.Lawson and Bud' 14% Golden Horse with 7.5'1. Fiber

Board To Moot March 2 Supper Fob. 2* Lawson attended a birthday dinner in
Mooting Live Oak Saturday night for Mrs. Joe Rock Salt Fence Post

The executive board of the Starke W.T.Weeks chapter.UDC will meet Starke chapter, tnt, Order of the Henry Jordan at )Boy's Ranch. Water Softener s 4 so 2V2-3 1 70 ea.
Woman's Club will meet Wednesday, Wednesday March 2. at :3 p.m. at the Eastern Star will have a covered dish Mr.and Mrs:Joe Bakken have been eo m.
March 3, at 12 noon at the Western home of Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber in supper Saturday Feb.28.aU p.m.In. visiting Nick Crosby of Hawthorne
Steer Steak House. Keystone Heights. the Masonic Hall. : Anti-Freeze "-
former resident who Is a patient In n
invited Masons to attend.and their families are. Alachua General Hospital. White Supply 1 Lasts 0.' 4 :J

> Su. Marshall
'Victor CUmonsTo e ,&"' ...., .tik Subscribe I ;: .:, ; .
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Mr. and M.... C. W. Marshall of I
Starke announce the approaching to the Announcing
marriage of their daughter Tommie
Sue. to Victor Lamar Clemons, son of Bradford TelegraphLake
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Roberts of Starke : the
and Gene demons of Jacksonville. Region Monitor ,
The wedding date has been set for '
March 18 moUier., at 8 p.m.at the home of thegroom's Union County Times

All friends and relatives are invited For One Year And .
to attend.

I: '". Get A 6-Month O fI

,I ;', Subscription j I
s j ,,7a i1 ai
Sent to a Friend

S y: Relative Starke Familyand Practi. n0

BIRTHS For ONE NT more l! wit:>buta d

Joel Matthew HaD III ., Urgent Care .Clin M',t .1 5'

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hull of Starke i tn:1: ,thlJot! I
announce the birth of a son.Joel Mat, > rii 18
thew Hull. III. born Feb. 14 in '_ ryT I.
Alachua General Hospital in March .tdt 1
Gainesville.Maternal grandparents are Mr.and } i 1E E

Mrs. J. M. Edwards Jr. of Starke. Please I
Maternal great grandparents are enter my subscription 'f \ I
Mrs. E. C. Long and Mr. and Mrs. J. i 1t
M. Edwards Sr. to the Telegraph, ,.(.' ,i I
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and \'
Mrs J.M.Hull,Sr.of Palatka.Paternal Monitor or Times. I
great grandmother la Mrs. Kate ; I
Snead, also of Palatka. .:..' No '
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Whitney Ixmlse Alvarez ![ I
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Mr; and Mrs. Gregory Ah/ares of name PPQinl.nN'.d.d
Starke ,,
announce the birth of a -

daughter Whitney Louise born Feb. "" ..........".,,{J. ,
18, in Shand's Teaching Hospital. I
Maternal Address "
grandparents are Rev. I
and Mrs. Buddy Friedlin ,.".. '
of Keystone : ; 'I,' .1: f ,
Heights. Paternal grandparents are : f' <. Q.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alvares of City State Zip .
Starke and paternal great grandmother : i'fi ',' .,. .. }o.\ ,
b Mrs Verdi Johns, of : .{ :: t }
Lawtey. I !: ,
:. Enclosed Is my check for one years ,
subscription plus :'i'' --- :
4a'1J9 "
Ronald Victor,Whuehcad : One Cent more for a C-months subscription to be sent: toA g .: ,
:' the name and address listed below: .\ V. IJ .. :
Mr. and Mr.'Ronnie Whitehead of ,, ,: r .j, 1.-': ffl .tf\tI. JJ\: 11.tY; -
Lake Butter rBftir? : j
announce the birth of L>f1- J' :
tat. Ronald a ; ': : '. ':. .. ,,. ..
Victor: born Feb .I' In 'Send a 6 montb'subscdpt tot ; 3, "i. MM .
Alachua General n n,.. .
Hospital.'. ,;., .t.t J
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grandparents are Mrs. ',:-' ." j. "" Hou .
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Vie Frees and the late Vie Frees. > f 1 .s, M aaati 1'' a id ..1BTgrllliii
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Fred Psncoast JaektonvWe.Pater- f.- '\''\\! .
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real JP"andparents are ? H y J,1. .
j Leslie grandmother Whitehead.la Mrs., Paternal Sam Whitehead great I Address ...j.w.:,"." .. ,I ..I.., .-i Frd a y:8: : .i tl mit ..' 1JD. :: ':m'-',J., "

of Lake Butter q.. .

Glaa Lyaa 8Uce., cicy ,. State .: 'I' Zip e, ._1t, tIIy: : 10' ..m'1.0. :' 'p. : m' 'Ot. ;. .'.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray: D.'Slice, Jr. of ,
Starke announce the' birth of a Please IwlteaU. which, paper to U W seat Tel.....,.. MealUr er ::1 '
:3 In f' 1:00'lp' ,. ,6 : :
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Shand's Maternal Teaching grandparents Hospital.are Mr., and"- f-1Mn. .: Enclosed+ l- my'cited( for I \ : .. : ... "I P. .. ,

.Albert Cothraa of Stark. Muter' .,1. ;BCT.. .10* UCT Oe LRM l \ .
real .( County). .
great grandparents are Mr. and -'- ,
Mrs. Verooa AoMey ,of Lawtey. r'*... mall the above toe ... ,... j.CUI: 301))

5 ) Paternal grandparents are Mr. and r.O. Drawer A. Starke M. 33O01, lflattkl lberey
\ \ ..... Ray D. SUeoIx. Sr. of Starke. : fII ir l? J .
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February 24,15S3 TELEGRAPH Pale fAI

I .Committee Appointed : to Investigate.. ...> }School Medical Insurance Problems I

Problems with medical Insurance and the employee 20 percent t until the' "This Is the board's policy.) It' can board: hour plus expenses. exemption. ,
for tile school system employees are. Casey said he'd not expected the
paid 2000. Then Mrs. Tom
being encountered and a committeewas Miller employee said teachers were told the always be said said Supt the Moved to secure legal counsel for a Was told the boilers in the BUS money until next year, but it really I''
appointed Monday night.Feb.tt, major i medical portion of the policy Casey, who cantis .t'';same- > hearing expected to come up in field house have been condemned by came In handy because it once again
all employees
to look Into the problem. would take over then pay all expensesover policy as came March on administrator CharlesHall's the City of Starke. It will take 44 gives the board a contingency fund,
Teachers are not getting/ the $2,000.That The unpaid premiumBarge said grievance about his transfer weeks to order new ones,said Operations which had been lost when the state
benefit they thought they signed up is not happening, Mrs. Miller from a difference In' billing fteddbh, but from the princlpalship of Lawtey Supervisor Lennard Register, mandated a$400,000 cutback.
Business Elem. to assistant at Bradford
for, says Mrs. Julie Miller president emphatically told the school board. straightened out. principal who told the board members be
of the Bradford Education, Associa that Is now High and his cut in salary. wanted them to know what Is going on
"This insurance is beingmisrepresented '
The same committee which recom- The board will whether the Pentecostal
tion. Mrs.belling gave examples ofteachers to them, to you, and mended the policy which includes educational consortium see! will providean if parents report on the no-heat pro. I I Apostolic I
told the Insurance blem.
you voted on it"Employees school board, members' Patricia. represent the board Sabbath Assembly

won company t pay. Blue claims Cross -because Blue Shield, the, ed. I think) there are are being some shortchang terrible Spengler Business.KaDlaeel"J\eddbb;and Judy Becu.t.and will: look and attonE'to.,whether the board .Was told by Supt Casey that an SERVICES 10:00: '" Saturday
has not'been \ And,she 4 will an outside attorney to has been received
premium paid. unexpected$69,000
things going/ on, Mrs. Miller said. into complaints, it was agreed Nn.BeeJr. 7:30 am Tuesday
: find one well-versed In aeboollaw.
said, the Insurance company'sschedule told because of the extra 1.6 mills of taxes
teachers were .
of: payments is less than premiums would be deducted on a _brought the matter up, about/ Chairman Rodney Hall said be has the school board levied this! year.The County Road 230A-Starke
sh e'd had several complaints
what doctors charging. la-month basis,but.In fact,there has the medlealln8unnce. contacted a legal expert In state makes up the money lost Phone 473-2442
were Tallahassee, Caruthers,who
Teachers told the medical been from the former school Gregory because of the home owners taken off '
\, policy would pay 80 percent of claims -month no deductions change ,she added. In other-Feb/ai:; : action:\the will.represent,,the,board at $95 per the tax roll by the 125,000 homestead Aam Cw:taotw All.l ...

Brooker Special


A special meeting of the Brooker Cl- LOOK TO
ty Council has been called for March ECKERDJR
lat7p.m.1n the Brooker City Hall,to
swear In the newly elected members
J.C. Harrell and c.J. Stalnaker '
wen reelected In the City Council
race last week. Claude A. Prescott LOW !
will be welcomed onto the council as a PRmESIi.1j-- '
new member. ,
Starke Jaycees ,Savings Are Even Greater'On Many Of Your Favorite J

Plan Field Day f wds ri

The Starte Jaycees are laming a
FIeld Day March 12 frorQ 3 ,
The event will take place down 94' T.
Telegraph Starke next to the Bradford County

The Field Day will provide for your '
entertainment a dunk booth fish-fry, ANr ID o / v a..rolaids
car-smash: cake walk sponge throw' d

hot-dogs Also arthe planning. stages Is a ;roc :
street dance.A i -1N
country store sponsored by the
newly formed Starke Jaycee-Ettes is .
being planned for the event.

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Citizens Beware i, : SHOWER MATE

wary anyone offering money
for ride within the -t : 12-OZ.4 COLORS DISINFECTANT SPRAYiT77C
a city limits, tw.IpA. vi PEANUTSBRACK'S
if they oiler you $50 for

:especially$,e past says have few the been months Starke approachedby several Police / ;: .1'29 E JAR: .99C := 88

a black man saying he was from : ........: Rp. ," ....
out of town and would give them$50 to Limit 1 pack Limit 2 Limit 2 limit 2 ,

'take that the him driver to Reno.never The gets end his result$b0 and is .. ..... Ars

loses his own wallet In the transac 24-INCH
tion.According to Investigator Steve CAPSULES MOISTURIZING .; FLEA KILL H
Backus, the.victims have all been eats oe to LIQUID SOAP arms S-OZ.*.... S.4S ,'
white driving pickup trucks and were GRIL
approached bY_Wack..men._IL would ._ 10 eLiia: ..;.;.- r? 12-41Z'14 = ,
that the .' oW..... .. ... :r.1 ..-.. .
ar men ro local and not... .,._ :;'> .1399 ,. ,- '
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I 'f3 'oltt town as they say due tothe 1.71 .. Llmll 2 'C; ... .
Backus.Increase In the "flim-flam". Said Limit 1 ::-,,: '

You might come up with a bandana FIRESIDE JOBE'S
(what they offer to keep your money _., CREME .: PLANT
and theirs In) but the price of the ban- COOKIES .< ) GOTT
dana may be high. One man said he FOOD
lost more than $..000 last October. ... .\. ICE
7. ,9.01*. & MMIMTTEK .

Bradford Middle. r ou a M91eE SWABS srnbs, \. \ 139 R.r
Limit '.
)V. School'' News
Artist ...Week asa 12-POCKET wMn2 4
Feb. 7: Stacy Marshall and Anthony Lim, 2 ...' SHOE
Tyson made studies of a bottle 4
limit 2
In charcoal and chalk I' :
[ 'r ....UI DOUBLE
Mad Contest \ HAMMOCK PACT

'. RtMiU. .., 2 9 ....S.M FOAM
On Tuesday; Feb.. 9,, the math R 'T
3 teachers"-entered some of ''their, ROBITUSSIN DM r '-' 699 COOLER
i students i&a math contest sponsored : p t..
I by the Florida Mathematics League. COUGH CONTROL HIII'S' L
The results have been compiled and :4-'OZ. DM fill ESSENTIAL' ii 49

i the winners arms. '. i7: 7'' A CLEANSING [fJJ, IRONING
{ Seventh"Grade1: Jonathan Rowe! LOTION TABLE. (
i first; Richard Taylor, second: Todd FRENCH
jGiUenwaters third; Kenneth Owens,. "fr 7\
{fourth, and Tommy Len Jones,fifth. r r:z.999 'h" X 50' VINYL AIR
I Eighth Grade: Sean Smith, first; --a-yJ ,.2U-OUS9". i GARDEN HOSE MATTRESS a
I Teresa Crews,second;Shilynn Chaff, ; J
'third;. Stephen Akre pgg Hal Wood. .,\\i\: RUBBERMAID rent sup.seer. ta..e f\
'"J Carle Foster and Brad Green all tied limit 1' ., LAUNDRY ua ,,,, "' '-
w 3n
for third. L..i-' CP DIET AIDS, BASKET
1'1'. Congratulations The(CK&I score CAPSULES .
.' all the studens has been submitted to' q.i..l.r <&II<
the Florida Mathematics League. An. ,, ',' XA
award will be given to the two schools XA
', with the highest total scores and also -
to the two students with the highest ; 'Flectanguler.
+ IkuliAld ) ;;kh'w:M -
kz i '
; scores In Florida. Ha-Strengtrt 20 ( OLYMPICHARDCOVER n
,. Arttst.f thi Week' or Regular 28's. NATURAL'LIFE c' -'E"'Io-'Loon-".- TURRET zwnuequentme4
{ .,1'eli-14: : Yvonne Bobo did a crayon., : ALOE CRASHAMPOO SPRINKLER SPIN_ COMBO
s'etching of a flower.. v!,as*, orCOMeiTIONCR+ BOOKS .11... ""
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,Vtlclltlllil Davie. '_..,....

We had an IIIIeeeM eccetkeat- Valentin >Fti.ripu to et.Pease raonss sic,,., ,r .99<= ,4.-i Y 2198 3

dance Friday id**ut*.l'eIk 11. "Thor* ,ADORN b
were over IM 8 IdIIIIeat. and HAIRSPRAY U
.many parents who>>;were of great
assistant: We thank you an for your. I + 8M

,':..help evwdagpossSte.Starke. and.cooperation. which mad the 189( rn'2' m-4 ''L4:1 -- -. ;.. : E. 8f.II

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i:SJ.'gtarlw} alament I'y'wm ba.'i.lts;. j .I GRAN PRIXAMFMACDC A
: -Fam* y Niflbt"tonight Thurs. Feb. O.OLZTYPE$ .- .... VIP PRO DRY RELIANCE WAIL MOUNT1' v
,:JM.>to the caJetarla f w m 6: tp f .m. f TwiM Mrs ", RLlN6 IRON WEATHER RADIO HEATING PAD DIAL MASSAGE M
$2.disrr9es attid es' .,
"t. ...... eOII 69".C I "I
Ja .'F' '!! 'ir499 999.jJmit2 a J
: << chili coin.be$0 CIIIIIQ fer\\ ly
B" ..... : .NonaenH.Llmlt:2': r '.e 3h.atwttlngs. <:l 8{
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: l"',advisory.... .>ooune '. ,. -_ : ; ., 't'" DAILY 8to 9, SUNDAY. 9 to 6. Sale Prices good thru ..... Feb..WMi.
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Sparked by Richie Fender's 1-hit, BITS Baseball

13-strikeout pitching performance Tourney Pairings
offensive the Brad-
and a M-hit attack
ford High Tornadoes blasted Baker (In Lake Butler)

County Hand Middleburg romped Thursday. ....24
past Union County 234) In the openinground
4 Ut Middleburg vs.
of the Bradford Baseball Tournament -
Tuesday night In Lake Butler. Macclenny

Because of wet grounds at BUS the 7:00: BRADFORD vs.
tourney has been moved to Lake
Butler and will continue there Thursday Union

night Feb. Z4, with a 4:00: game Friday. ,". 2a
between Macclenny and Middleburg
and a 7:00 contest matching the Tornadoes 4:00: Union vs.' Baker

against Union County. Co.

Carver f Fender completely and battery snuffed mate out Robert the 7:00 BRADFORD vs. 4 'a Sri d x #,+ ,. c I ,?I

Wildcats of Baker County Tuesday In Middleburg +

the opening regular season game for
both teams. Fender surrendered just I :: 't' t
a single In the 3rd inning,2 walks,and it
and RBI
?hit batters, and Carver gunned 3 of 2-4 with a triple 2 runs an ;
steal at- Carver was 2-4 with a runs and a
the baserunners down on
single; Andy Chaff was 2-4 with a run
tempts. and RBI's Mike Waters was 2-4
f "Robert set the tone of the game 3 ;
pleased BHS coach Mike Hartley with a double a run and with 2 rlbbleei'Doul ;
Samons was 1-4
win. '
Mid after the opening-game ,'
smashed triple 1 rr halt
Gerald Brown a
leadoTf and doublei.
("Richie hit the man
!Robert nailed him (trying to steal) and scored' a run; and John Ben-
land then after Richie walked another nett went 1-4 to account for he dozen

:guy Robert threw him out to end thennlnll. BHS safeties."I .
That took their aggressiveness can't help but be pleased" I
away from them." Hartley said afterwards. "Richie pitched
I i That aggressive attitude must have a heck of a game and we swung
[shifted! over to the Tornado bats the bats."

because BUS put the aluminum. to the ..asro.o.wm..au roll.Irr Baseball Tornadoes Ready for Second Round...
ball all night long.
5 players cracked 2 hits, and the 1--' I Na The Torudo baseball team set to play U round two of the Bradford. Alvarez Doug Samons Robert Carver Skaae Job_.
Tornadoes poked S extra base hits. -6a.1r' .N .N e.. e 1 Baseball tonraament are: Back row. from left. Gerald Brown,, Mike Cbappell Jimmy Schoening. ,
Fender helped himself with a 2-for-2 .w.1.,4C..1. IM N a IIw Front row from left.Keith Kehoe.:Jasea......&.Darryl Waggoner.. Rk.....' Coach Mike Hartley assistant coach Keith Kehoe.:, John Bennett, Mike
I -c'( e.N. ruder Andy Chaff and Eddie Heradoa. Waters, and Rick Welch. ,>,: VTV < '.''' ';' *
night that included a double a run, ._,a...-((80)).suds(lot. ; -,
... 2nd from left. Jason Polk. John David Francis Teay Dlggs; Randy .. ,
and an .RBI. Jimmy Schoening was Nr-(e. --.(M row. ." c'f
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. I I Jackson's Building Supply Sews Up 2nd Men's' League ChampionshipAll 'e' .",, ):: I

Stars Play Friday over the 2nd place Hawks (10-4). ned U points and'Sam Bassett IS to had 20 for the losers. M_,:.....al ___' WMI* '11, jKtaon, t. ''Slbky 11,
With just one league game to go spark Jackson's over Stevenson,. Monday the Hawks beat Jackson's Cmm.iQtJMiiiini Oin/O4MS Grifta.. t.-Bw 4.ar WUUami' Itaiati lMD It,Oyil.. '
;; Despite a 59-53 Hawks win over Jackson's and the Hawks sit in the 1-2 which got 17 points from Jim Lewis behind a balanced offense led by R. P.try "ImItb..c: I. RMd I,AMrWo U.' "
(Jackson's Building Supply Monday positions and Stevenson can sew up and 14 from Richard Gain s. Milton Hudson's 13 markers. White bad 17 _OH.ii.R CUpia..lUmiDjr a.tM K
:'night the Jackson's ballclub sewed up 3rd place by defeating winless Baker's 29 and 16 by Ray Perry carried for the_league champs. .----.t STANDINGS W-L
{'Its second straight Starke mans Wishbone in a 6:30 game Friday Olin's/OIdtimers past the s1..cr.r..wl." s.5NSSnGale..tCue.Ntlnaa ,
'league basketball title last week. night. 'Hawks. Hawk guard' Raymond Bry The Oldtimers won 'their'3rd 1,Lwto 4.Slmnon S,BUIHU,TfaonMIT J. k..'.Bldt.Supply 11-3.
The clincher came last Friday hit 18. straight to close the campaign as ,L C.rl.r 4. rljTO e. Hawks l4
night. Jackson's, which finished 11-3 Following that final league game an Freddie Aldridge pumped In 22 in a linilniim WUII. m. 14.WUMD r. Burefa s. HillU Stevenson c oastrucikin s-5
,O'Nwl ,
built a 2-game cushion with just one toto all star game between Jackson's and In the opening game Curtis Hill M3 rout of Wishbone.And Stevenson Tbonpna A.Carter 011II'/Oldtlmen ., (-.
when its 62-57 win over Stevenson stars from the league's other S teams knocked In 29 and Lawrence Thompson turned back Longchamp 62-51 on the -....--... Longchamp "" ". 4-1.
Construction (8-5) was followed by a will be played.In added 22 to pace Longchamp to a strength of 22 points by BUI.Sexton ". Ito.lm m,,. 10. HeWn 1>. H.mp Chandler S, Wishbone ..- '. .0.13
and 17 by Jimmy Thomas. J.tk.on 14,...ChmiUar U.Pribam s. .rw ,
72-44 win by Olin's/OIdtimers (9-4) action Friday Bob Kolstinen can 69-49 win over wishbone. Charles Lee:

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Tuesday night saw 13 teams sign up in the Men's Church
league 9 in the Women's Open loop and just 4 in the 4Softball, ?A;. ,: .
Men's Open league. Spvoal "

The Church league is closed now but the deadline for f .

signup in the Men's Open league has been extended to \ Spotlight .
Friday March 4,and for the Women's league to Friday
Feb. 25. Hopes are that one more women's team will ,
sign up to give the league an even 10 teams. I !Thursday l 'Friday Saturday & S 'dily
Signing on for church play was 1st Presbyterian :,
Baptist, New River Baptist St. Edward's Catholic. Both win start at 7 p.m. at Westaida Field and anyone Interested ,

Grace Baptist,Calvary Baptist,Air Park Baptist,Si in umpiring must attend at toast one of the ,
na Baptist, Kingsley Lake Baptist Nort side Baptist clinics. No Coupons Necessary -' '*,- mS
I 1st Methodist, and the Stars 18-18 team and Jr. Stars ,

13-13 team. 'Want to Keep Score 1 '.' .: :,., 'q" ra ",Menu
In the Women's league are Norman's Farm the Anyone interested in scorekeeptng for softball or dbde '
Dazzlers, Pizza Hut, Perfect 10, Lawtey Cubbettes, youth baseball this should '
year contact the Rec.Department seep jI
Lawtey Rebels Rowdies Pleasnnt Grove and Starkettea Those who haven't kept score,before will be # 41.
team. T-Botte
taught how to. ;
The 4 teams in the Men's Open league are DAJ Country I ste:

Boys, Lawtey Wildcats, Olin's Mobile Homes, and : .
Tourney Listings .
the LA Twins of
Lawtey. "
.. Nearby slowpitch tourneys upcoming Include two the ,I : .G 9
'Umpires Dates Changed Clay Electric team Is planning to raise funds a men's '

church event March 4-6 and a women's tourney March .' 16 'oz. Keg. .6.85". '
= The date for the 2nd clinic for umpires for the Starke 1 -20- both at the Lake Butler Softball complex.Call 1 : 9 it
1,.leagues has been changed to March 21 rather than Steve Thomas for Information.AIao \ i .

March 17. the Broker PTA will be : .
hosting a men's tournament '
; The first clinic will be held .
Tuesday night. March 8. .
March 11-13. Call Steve Nipper for details on that. '

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The season may be coming a bit too Linda DeWitt, Bradford's top girls and Kenny Wright! .' .. \ u ,, S

Ofoon field as for the Bradford High track ft distance threat as a freshman last Throwing tile shot and discus will : : '.' \" '\ ': '\
teams which open at home year. be Wright, junior Carlton Johnson "e
against Clay High in a 3:30 p.m. dual sprinter PamiHawkins b a lid sophomores Donald Thornton and

fneet' Tuesday March 1. behind In her training.. Last year 1U barcl1Ia'ben" and freshman Jeff St'eaHsI.
*e Grade problems{ athletes still .Involved Hawkins qualified in S events for the Parliament. RlbEy";
with winter sports and run- state meet.
Loper said basketball players Cecil I. ... .
aers expected to be on the teams that Wright and Gary /' ,
toave chosen not to compete have left For the boys the sprint crew"Is out to bid jump Carter; are caning .. : ' S

,'*HS with somewhat of a skeleton made up of Jones, Mark Pierce (sr), For the girls the* sprint crew headed ; : .. $6, '89' ;

air rew, for the initial meets. juniors Ted Bresee, Donnle Banks, by Hawkins also includes Juniors .. oz. S'e'g,. .. :' ... '. .'
Gerald Pettaway Brad Russell Robin Jefferson and Brenda Mack ,:
"We're going to have to be looking Dwayne Tyson; sophomores, Robert sophomores Monica Berry,. Pam .i ., -' ., S
ofor quality performances not quantity Bellamy (so) Patrick Mills, Lex Boswell. and Tangelo Parks : ":J '
: and ;
'( until we get these other kids Sanders and freshman .- .
out ; Bruce Davis freshman awn G.... : ,s
"Mid head track coach George Loper. Shawn Jackson Chris Thomas, Bret The longer distances handled "S' ,t \ V ''I)
.. H' .
.-rf.'We bout feel cautiously optimistic is Russell and Latamor* Williams by DeWitt.'Juniors CaM ,p \r''h:; .3N99 ,........," c ..
< you can say. We still are op- Banks a .member of the school Tammy Mann, and Mlchale Klmutis; _;' ;j' I,' ,, (.'

ntimistic about the meet with Clay recdJrcLsett 440 relay team along and fradunan Polly Gruns. ,, .. ...... ,,. .. I.'
Tuesday but we won't be nearly as last year, has run time Hurdlers are Karen "s I'. ,
,trong for the University City Relays trials. of 10.1 and 22.5 but Is.currently. Kimutis and freshman Aliaci Denmark :: ': VYaen.a ttaItad ,.... : stI1
ifit .bulb. Pc at ,Cali Stew, 6ai is 8laa
MFriday March alb
4,"In. Gainesville) ast4l'e academically Ineligible.The and Terri Jakab. ."' .\ ,,,,, .. '" .''' "d.:. ,
were last year. boys middle and distance crew Shot and discus throwers" are ,' ."", < ""c.3 .. \, ., t r ""." "
rfw A couple of top athletes are right on includes senior Curtis Jones, and onion '' ,
Dawn Hall and Sylvia HoOia, ; ... ,'" NgBAL rr S
chedule though Including promising sophomores "' ,Paul HcKbvney and : ; : \'< .
sophomore Abby Foster. ,
..sophomore Tony Jones, who has Eddie Tan t !t.:. ''' "'
run Calvin Thomas Maoagerm for the track team I '
are : ('
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010.0, 23.1. and 51.8 in time and Wade .
trials for Widener Charleno Anne .. "
Rugby, Loper.Toney .. ", YO' I<
,otto'"( 100. 220..and,440.. and sophomore Hurdlers are seniors Clifford HM Parka and Tony Williams; '' ,; .";\ fi" '" .'? ; '" ,
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: :' US: 301 :Staifce ,fOir.IS' 8 ,41 ,:
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.. .. ltd Lady Tornado soflbaljam nib be pretty good again."' baseman: m 118t. rejoioa the ', : : \ :
1903 beam
opens season at home
rters back include slick-Adding: : and .. .. .
year Elisabeth Stttt "
t"het" today! Thursday Feb. 24, shortstoD MasbsU Brown a :tunIaII' In (so) and Lisa Blackshear return I it 5' c. : :. : v "***"/ S.
the .
[ gainst Lady Rams of Gainesville her 3rd Jf. .. ,, ,,
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year hard-hitting 3rd after I ,. ., "
gettteg 3qerience .
fe'Cl1aatslde. I
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The BHS girls have won 13 games In field; abort erKathyDii a ssr).a IMIpb mon LIaIIe lIr4aIJmaa Starlu's. I.CllrS.l prices am, ,, ,
-10"each of the last two seasons g oimnt III batting: star eta dMrictwm ovw' Tent Fender. h ,Maria ,Il ( : 'i1' ', .,. .Y' ,,, "I ,\' "[
t 13-7 In '
a 1W1 that iDc1Uda d '
campaign ansBvUlo 7" .;
District and year; rigMP. Mw (It&cieJ'ReddIab.: .. w., I":' '', ...' .' -,1J \01, 7" '.'
Region. champiomhlDs.. Kay Allen (M).:lad baseman Melanie Y .', :
ofUlil..1ICMdIiIe "
**nd 13-31D 19827 .. Wood (so), and pitcher Val ammz. .it the aaartl AalrTornado i, / 10 :oi'. Rtti;Em .. ::,r
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ire return from the 13-1 team ,
Junior who hu been
tb ber .
..of on mound for ball InvitMianal tournament to .. '
-.' Mast year still coach Gayto Leo all but 1 V*inniugs of BHS play the but played to atarka Friday: and Sat..... '

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'; Tornado ,Cagers.. Play Suwannee in: 1st Round of, District Tourney at SFCC

,, ; *, 'iference "
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A 4 r aB toss agatast Union County at a unity .College and. players an* the Tornadoes as they closed the POints on 11-01-21 floor:shooting and' Count' battled to a near standoff In a' '! betweenFriday'and Satur

home Saturday night cost UM Brado are quietly confident that regular season. snatching down 16 rebounds. 5 of half- the Tigers on top day. BHS hit Just 28 percent. in Satur-

fort High basketball team Its bid for BUS: could defeat the Bulldogs whore Hoping to win twice and finish 11-11 Wright's buckets were on put-backs 1918. But UCHS got hot coming out of day's loss. .
\ the first MO regular season at the 'a: also below .500 for the year. "'Bradford-_, the >doors"* ,I school since, 1878 but Thursday night A win Thursday would send the Tor- of Santa Fe 66-M Friday Senior Emmett Watkins added'14' and took the lead for good to thwart te 5 Sa.. a ,
I, the Tornadoes have a chance to do a adoes against top-seeded night in a fine display of roundball. points and C assists, Gary Carter had ,Bradford's bid for an llth win. Pee ateosa JIendenM a M 14. W bb l fr. s, B*

something elM that hasn't been don Gainesville: Buchholi In an 8:30 That performance was forgotten by 10 points and 7 rebounds, Sam Nor- Wee Henderson gunned In 14 points __l t-TIO.. Tent C org tr.l...i 340>M.Moram ..J_11..7.. TortiMrIt44 -

tine 78: 'win a;:district tournament semifinal at SFCC Friday night. The Saturday though,as tbejotmdqes appeal man hit 10 points, and Mark Pierce and Woody Edwards 10 to lead the rnncti 0 M t. Norman 04) t,
.( pme. ,;', : cl liampionBhip( game of the tourney Isset lUUets. .ujulhefinAl'h fa*game contributed 5 potats 7 rebounds,and 5 balanced Tiger offense. w.......I-! *. Carter 4 ... U. John.cn *M 0.
Bradford which closed UM regular for 8 p.m. Saturday:' were, I 1..1.boridIJ,. (assistsJno; "5"i il'! 1 TiTlf ; For the Tornadoes Carter hit 12 Ptore a.4 ..Wright 14-4 10 TM4.I l4r UM.Mtftor .

season 10-13. .Is matched against Live Union CountY ffaorthe a Con me this's BHShit4apWcen'totMshotu.ttegame 'points and grabbed 14 rebounds. 14 /sole. M

Oak-Suwannee in the first round of season, this time by a 46-38 count. and 60 percent from the four Wright had 10 points and 10 boards l* nr. 5 It M M 5 1*
\ the DistrictAAA tournament Thursday Up-Down Weekend... Junior Cecil Wright was in the stripe. ;and Pierce hit 8 points. Momot frantic 10-11. Norman S 0.5 10.
night at 7 at Santa Cora-. It weekend forNewBH Saturday night BHS and Union told the in' the dif- Watkins. M 14. Carter S 0.10.. Johnon 01-31.
,I p.m.' Fe. ', was a topsy-turvy spotlight: in Friday's win- canning 23 Shooting story Ptara*1M t, Wright IIM sa.,f- M 4-l>4*.

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Announced:: );:: : :Ii"fI Tennis season opens at Bradford t'

.... High Tuesday March'I.. with I.
Gainesville Eastalde coming to the !

For of those of you eager to see what the 198344! Bradford -: BHS courts for: a 3:30 p.m. match

High football schedule will look like with BHS droppIng .- Sports'Editorr' against the Tornado netters. Both
down to 2A here it is: I boys and girls teams will play in. the

You'll notice Baker County Is Still the opener,a tradition 1983 opener.
Both teams have their work
cut out
fa while old rival .
recent years, o
for them this the
1.0.9 Meoilo.wry (HI) St. Angtudac (Still class 3A) J-for-3 with a double in the third game, 'an 11-4 ,loss. lost 3 starters year from as fine 1982 BHS boys
t.ft. 14 Keystone(Aremains' on the worksheet. Another former Tornado Scott Allen- started on the a squad f
1.pt.2a J.M.rH) 'The football rivalry with ClaY' mound and took the loss in game three.:. ': that finished 10-3 and the Lady Tornadoes g

..". M opo* High will resume after beingOct. The 0-3 Vikings are at home today Thursday, Feb.( 24. are who missing a handful ofplayers t
coach McGriff
1 :.... Answer )** (A), interrupted at Clay' request for a single game. (3:00): against Florida JC of Jacksonville be Jerry II.
hoped would Joining the team.
Oct. U Union Ce. (A) from 1979 through last year as ,.. The
i- ringleader of the boys squad
Oct. Si ,Cl.y(N'c.snIathe, ,Homecoming; game no, : # ; :
Oof. M .li-totlacl.au. (H) less. ., : ,,, ,; senior Craig Sapp, a 4-year starter
who has 64 victories in his
Me*. 4 We w....(H) District games will be ... Cecilia Terwlllegar of Starke Is a cousin to auto racer piled up
career (tingles and doubles)
Nov. 11 Hewthe.ne (A) against Keystone, Ualon Cale Yarborough, and passes on some interesting>Dr" ;
NO*,.is. MkMieburg) Co.niy, Interlachen mation on last weekend's Daytona 500 winner. Other.returnees for the boys include

I.. Hawthorne, and probably Mrs. TerwUIegar says Yarborough is a true family ,d ,., ,PMf s ,4'-.J:5..i., Jeff Johnson, last year's number four i
Clay,which is petitioning to be man owner of a beautiful home on 1,000 acres of land that __ : player Greg.Clark (no. 7 in 82). g

.moved into the district. is within IS miles of his mother,mother-in-law,.and aunts Kevin Johns CI, and Shane Johnson I
AU of those teams will, of course be class 2A next year. and uncles In South Carolina. (5), who may not play much because IJ

along with non-district opponents Jasper and Macclenny. "He's dearly loved in that neck of the woods," she says. he's also playing baseball.
Lake Weir, St. Augustine and Middlebarg will all still be "He does a great deal of his own tractor work and owns New players are senior Tommy
in class IA.Interestingly. several Datsun dealerhips and many' dry-cleaning Crosby, Junior Joe Canfux, t
,BHS will be meeting Keystone, Interlachen. businesses. And I know his mother and he inaugurated the sophomore Andy Leitheison and :
.. Lake Weir, and Hawthorne for the first time church services they have before each race. They started freshman Drew Davis,. Jason Hug- t
ever in football and will be playing Union County for the that." gins and Kyle Harrison who is t

first time sine a 3W win In 1953. Ann (TerwIllegarX Nelson and Byron, have visited Cale recovering from an auto accident.

BUS bead football coach David Hurse says the Tornadoes and his family.... For the girls team, which finished .

will probably again. play both the spring, and fall. 7-3 last year returnees are Tina )
jamborees: In Palata..,.. Bowen the number 3 singles player a t.
... Busy BHS science teacher Jerry McGrlft will have to 1' year ago, Faith Roberts (4), fast-
...I got some errant information on BID Goodge from St.: take some time off from school May because he's been' Sapp Leads Tornadoes Into Net Season... improving Junior Cheryl Foster ($),

John's Community College baseball coach John Tlndall Invited to serve as a track official for the annual Tom Bradford High's Craig Sapp shown here executing an overhead smash, will ,., Lori Clark (7). and Kelli Carver (8)
last week. Tlndall said Goodge would almost surely not Black track Ic field classic held at the University of Tennessee play number one singles and doubles for BHS again this year when the 1983 New players out all freshman are

play In the Vikings opening series with Santa Fe because in Knoxville May 20. season opens against Gainesville Eastside next Tuesday afternoon March 1. Trade Clark Tammy Dempsey.Don-
of incomplete grades but fit the opening week there was McGriff is a certified TAC (Track Athletics Congress) r", at the BUS courts. na Parado, and Cindy Winkler. plus t
Bill In the lineup. '. official and works virtually all of the meets at. the University After three years of Bradford tennis Sapp carries 32-11 singles mark and Maria Reddish. who .is also playing I

Though Santa Fe swept the 3-game set Goodge: was' of Florida, sometimes as head timer. .. 32-7 doubles record bfto his senior campaign.' Softball. 1 i it I

Sports Calendar" Just 1 More Dual Meet,: Left On. Schedule, for BHS WeightliftersThe .

bitsldc st aIlS Sir", MOtell, W.Mad.(4ceq;
BH8 st boys dtotnct bsstollisll kan any STCC Tornado' weightlifting team Michael McDuffie have qualified "* 300 pounds and had the day's best many Bradford High lifter*. MkMlrb.ru. _ItiSIMtuxml t '
BHS b.aeMemat.y wader hi Lib BttUerlt. ,lifts in Its final meet next Wednesday,- for.. \, .. f '' totals for BHS with 525 and 510 pounds _
14'"MkIdIoburt v..0) _) 114li Alvsrn SO-SO-ITS. its. ti CrlbtxraUSno ,
.. ..(7:00 BRADFORD.wspa Un.a) Cal March 2, against state power Santa Last week 'Bradford lost faT Mf&- J(,respectively. Biggest Jump was made by Michael : si wren m-lls-M*. is*. 1> HuwtlpsutMO. ,
Fe at the Raiders own weightroora.rFoUwnlng .. ,dleburg 43-37 despite individual first 7 In a meet the nfevtous 'weed s.tr.oJ;f Alyare; ..who.went!' up 45 pounds on his > Jackson" Iss-lM-aIV.-\- +*- 4,
'.J ............. _. "' ; ) that thftnly meefcieft for-, place iwianea by: Wright at 181; Eo1-, f Augustine! .outp rtdrthefctWMoVfweightUfters : : ;.pr j total Aid Wrighe'{" *. li Brs-m no.IO.llt.. us. UXolemm li
Mm emlM.k..buMbaU fbMbIbaII..bogus ill sour.swWIBMSTieMBHS i.nyt ..eC) BUS 1s. the state, meet Marcbr 12,: eman at 163 and sophomore Richard ,*'I 47-34 last week J( 1n'' the who hoisted pounds; over his bench MO--33-US 304-210-MO.! .. 1)'II Dsvis R.hburg BOlltS tsi. II S>Wright Kilts

betall. fcNraer andak to....BoUsr which 3 welbUlftenenay: Mayben at 220. >J[I Yellow Jacket's weightroom but it and clean-and-jerk total from the 249-200-445: tl Curly. SJMHMB :It Ma>.bnWMM4M I.
(4:00 Union Co. immm Bator) Wright. Roland Coleman and Both Wright and Coleman benchedshowdown '* I was a day of big Improvements for previous week. ..... ") Thornton 110.1_. 3> ,
17:.BRADP'ORD1 ddIeItarI! ;J, WhUslMed JO&.IM-JSS.

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Final.d AYbiet M..ds bsaksth.2.Pe,Santa.' F.cc) Undefeated Venice High, Wrestler Shatters ,State Title Hopes of McDuffieAn I.

MM"I basketball tolua.mwk apses njn unbeaten wrestler from Veniceon In the 142-pound class opposite :score was 4-3 Biller's way as McDuf- then a 3rd technical foul before disqualifying region champ from BHS since Martin I

.. .....,......t Florida's west coast Jeff Biller the also unbeaten Biller ((31-0). .fie had escaped from the down position McDuffie from the Slocum in 1979. had to shake off state
Clay r nig*at BUS track*add(1:00): 'shattered the state title aspirations of The Venice wrestler won a close 6-3 with 45 seconds left to pull to tourney. meet, butterflies to escape with an 8-7

_BUS_b adrn...BUS u tUod-roy too-ds
.!ins lacb.p <4:MlJEnststde last Weekend and McDuftte's own move try by McDuTfle and turned the ,Florida matman. McDuffie from moving into the consolation round)wo the Bradford bundle of
emotion kept him from taking home 'BHS senior for two clinching back. After the toss McDuffie, angered bracket where he would muscles had a tougher time yet with
-.."..M.i. another medal. consolation. points with less than half a minute left because Biller was given a breather have been favored to take the 3rd M. Johnson of Okeechobee. The lanky
N0 be..bsa. at Santa F.(7:.) McDuffie who carried a 204 mark In the semifinal bout.Biller went on to thanks to a questionable injury place medal, the first BHS state placing from the Everglades town

r Into the, class AAA state wrestling capture the state title with a decisionwin ,timeout threw his headgear down in since Allen Scott took 2nd in the jumped out with a near pin in the first
si' BHS bunbsn (7:10)3H8 meet In Haines City last weekend over Mike Bryant Gainesville disgust and was told by the referee a 'heavyweight,division in 1980 minute and led 7-1 in the 1st period.

track twb.tball) ( Oalvsnlty City s.mtbml.Rdcys.GjnsnilkitffflM won his first and second round matches Buchholz ,(who McDuffie. ,had. twice penalty point would be taken away But McDuffie caught Johnson witha

i/BHS Stir Marts.Want(7,5)lde9W4 at state Friday to advance to a beaten this year). from Bradford. The BHS wrestler Nothing Easy at State... leg cradle for the pin.with just\ 45, I"

".. .
Unltad Methodist, that the underiigned YOU ARE NOTIFIEDthat Deputy Clerk. and the operation of its
." I'.u' .ltot tha TO: OLIVE HAWKINS onor before March 17, ,
)413lt820001.Information: ,Church plaoso contacteither JORDAN. Address 1983 and fila the original Lee and Vickie Sparks an action by AGNESJ. 2/24 4tcfig 3/17 facilities. Und.r this

egoNotices i concorn- the City Clark, Unknown. with the 'clerk 'of this SIS E. Jackson. St.. MANN to detarmlne NOTICEOF Assurance, this
'Ins the amount or Amy Davis, P. O. Box YOU ARE HEREBY Court either before service Starke. Florida: and the benellclarlet of INTENTTO organisation Is commit
Florida :NOTIFIED that cm action Jama and Bobble EMORY MELVIN JOHNS tad not to discriminataogalnst
dmcrlpnan of tho properly 250. .Hampton. on petitioner or Immediately REGISTER
(Mich a* _101...... ,32044 or tho City Ahtornay far Adoption of tha 'tbereah.rl''oth.rwls. O'Srtan 636 W. Madison daceated, hot been filed FICTITIOUS NAMESTATlOFI'LOIlIDA any parson an
chocking occounht tewing -' Mary Marshall" "(" ,above named children. Judgement) ( S?.', Slorke. Florida sole In the above deicribad the ground of race, calve .
accounts, utility,. 102 N.E 10 Avenue.; has .bean filed against' will be entered for tho 'or (joint ownara doing Court, told action Involves ar national origin In.
said beneficiaries
d .' Gainesville you, OLIVE HAWKINS .business under the firm Its palklas' and practicesrelating
NOTICE ,deposits. Insurance 3., rolla demanded In right to the ..eulon COUNTY OF BRADFORD
TA 'OFNAMES polkios.;. .) end, Site Florida ,03405. ((904)) JORDAN, ood'yoq' aro polltl_. nom. of CREATIVE COT- and 'ownership po ol tha to applications'
S OF PERSONS name and addrawo of, 8-172A.. required to serve a copy WITNESS'my hand and TAGS U.S. 301 South following prop.rty'. SLI ENTERPRISES. INC far sarvica or any other

TA APPEAKIftOTOHJB th. holder of ouch por>' BY;Amy Davis of If your to written"H, on defenses.tho plaintiff tha seal 1 of this Court an (P.O.: Ion 1027)). I........ Bradford County hereby gives notice that policies and practices ofbeneficiaries '
any Florida 32091. Intend to It Int.nds to register with relating to treatment
bo 1983.
; OWNERS* anal p.op.rty'may City Clerk Hamptorr2174tchQ310 's whoso February 9, Florida:
-LBANDQNED! PROPERLYPunuaht obtained from any pin _.... attorney end oddress laHan. GILBEItTl.8110WN register told fictitious The Southaatt the Clerk of the Circuit and participants
,on. possessing on .In-, NOTICE E. Coleman Clark of the Court name undor the Quarter of the Northea4t Court far Bradford County. including rate
to Section 13. trust lot tho property by OF INTENT Mods.n,600 Edward Ball BY: Beulah M.Moody :aforoMld Manila. Quarter of Section' 36 Florida 'tha fictitious conditions and oxtonsio/t"
of III S PLACE and of .. Ic.. use of erf
Chapter'.71'7. Florida I odd.Mln0 on 'Inquiry to. TO REGISTER ,Building Jacksonville. Deputy Clark > Dated this 10th day ol Township S South, Ranga name In businessunder any
Statuf..let i/ entitled 'Gorald l.wl.f Stata 'FICTITIOUS NAME Florida 32203'and".Hlo :2104tchg3033VNOTICE 'Fobf'uo..A.D.. 1983. In 20 Eott., 10SJ090 Its focllltloSr attanoon stat
,"Ftorlda ,....."'- of ''fomptroll.r'ATTN1/ ; tho original) .,,,w1th' the fo y Bradford County .and that and participation' *r>
Unclaimed Properly ,.Abandanod. Property nATfOJll'LOftIDACOUNTY dark of tote. above styled :;) UNDER: Florida. ',/ The Southwest of with business a principal at 1601 any ", .."n.f
Act** 'ftOIIco I. hw'ebygly.n .'Section' HOT ttatoCapitol. OF' BRADFORD' court .1Y ,or"bib or. ''\.I. ''*'FICTITIOUS NAME u' 7/10"lChQ3I03 Quarter of the Northwest place North Temple Avenue.Varka. beneficiaries and par
tallaha. I 38, other apl J Quarter of 3'. tkipants! or tha a.arclsa:' )
tfhottlt., ...-' aa, February 1983.: ':MW J\ Florido32091.
luted ,below to .Florida, i3230l .((904): MARK V. OLIN, wlsa a ludgamaiif may IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Township 5 South, Ranga INC. of any rights of such
be the .....n.appear". ':cl 457.2533-R.\ eura to I hereby gives notice that boi&ntorod against you Notice Is:*'hereb'y*"'x : ; OFFI.OP.IDA.EIGHrM 21 lo.t> ILl BY.; Lillian E.Griff .......Ie....... ,end par' r
:unclaimed ...- ', orIntangible mentiontKe' account ,ho Intends to regi.tsrwith for'lho ropes. demanded. given that the undorsfglt*, *\J.'t' '!JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.: : You ore required' to tlclpanta In'the conduct
property number AFTER Iha mane the Clerk of the Circuit In tha complains or pot ed Intends to ;register" IN AND CO ; servo' copy of your QUDLEY P. HAItDV."..A.IV of tha operations of this

''P..v...... ....nd....... n publlthad In this Court for SrodordCounty / Hon.WITNESS'my. with the Clerk.of. t..ClM1'cult' .'to.. 'BRADFORD' COUNTY "! written claims as suchparton : : John H.Johns. E.... organisation.Any '
THIS DOES NOT INVOLVE notIco. U....' proof of i Florida tho lie hand and, Court of '..o tol.J11ii' 1 FLORIDA ",. or persons to P. O. Drawer I O30Starka. : parson who ..
I Ii .
% whom this notice Is addressed.
Htlaus noma ma seal of said Court an.February rrorrPROSATf boll_ hirns.lf a
Florlda'32Of' any
REAL ISTATI. _.... to praeantedto saVd. .
i County florida, S3llCT If to Aus.Brown .
I OF DOUBLEWIDE HOMEClNTEIt" 1. 1983. 1I'N tr. CASE NO. any specific class, of Individuals
Apparent Owner rho holder.by April 26. trado noma of" PtRTur ((904)) 94-5701
and. ta ongaga Gilbert S.Brown-. 10'l ail: r'v.ros:. : .j lor to ba sub'
AdaMa,. Vtol.. Kouta,1.. Itel lha property will becMlvorad ,,1ft, business urde) mot \dark of sold Court. FINANCENTER., lie .. s1alM99tw> .. TtIJ"i11Ii P,A.. 4010GNewberry Attorney. Rogtstrant
lox 29, ......, Ft$ 32091;' .for _tiNy $o, fictitious name with a BYiBauloh M.Moody Walnut .)dttrk'o: .f .: ; Road P. O. _. 2/24 4tchg 3/17 (acted to this organisation
: I discrimination
Account Number... ... :. .'the" Comptfolltftorhr. TA.reaftei'altfvy.p"dolma ..f principal' .' placebo!., --.1s-w As O..I, G, I .Florida' toWh i In com**'?I ,/ ,,"Y LVIN JOMti .(. I iBo, ..-it3SO2. .Galnasvllla ,LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT prohibited fa by Title VI.of
,2IS5.1 19a1i-0m1; 4"Flakw North ioncehrrlthhiS aiarfen Florida 33604 Attorney
: business at 1025 2100 34 p ')'r STATEMENT
the Act and tha Rulsend'
Wvln. Rte,**,-.';; must be'' U.S. Highway'. ,i-301.; ', S6S,09. Florida StatuteJ': ;\ :;fort Potltlonor ono.' NoNDlSClIlMtNAnoN
Rox U ,....... Haid, /''1};;,' 'dtrocted to the Camatralto -: .Wastsltla, ,lowlay! IN mE CIBGUIT; COU r< \ Dated at Tompo-, .dJ.Ln',,,!,:-! I E'OFACTIOtL I ', t ......30 days from'data Regulations Issued
.D' .1t112-GO'3. ? ,. *at norMa. .Florida 330M.BYiMAKKV.OUN. _.. OP 'AOF so COUr fT ftorldo/tWs rah OV/od : 1I/1 cr' !!: of lint publication to- c--tal Tslophon.. tharaundar may, by
"-l"-hm._. Vole.409 N. ,3/17 atcfcg SICt / d- !I ', Iii: ,1913, ..oJ'l 1 I I'(1 lsrub1IELANd: 11. :wit, February 24. 1983. of himself or' atanv.
Wolnu .. CfVIIfL ? r'7'$41dsf' LIVING.''FHE'' and file tha original with Company the South ..;, File withi .the
St. ft JII
'SXtrha: 'r ; '. .
32091; 355a.35SIMBI. n', :' 'tHlMEYP.rlARDf.P.A' : !;. '". .'u. .... \ ........ "R.fU1INANcIl!. ift 4C J'1)Y alt,URVIVING BRO flER tha Clerk. of tha abovastylad Florida has. filed with... ,Secretory AcjrkuHu' .
,....,, Amy;&' .Rs." : .BY:John H.Jones.. [.q? J P, ) '" ; I'.AND?lim At'' lAVVT* : Court at the Bradford Federal, Oavammairt a Washington,,O.C.2O3SO,
r.1000 Water St.,*MrtM t'l: 1FHT P.O. Pr-rIGaO : :In re tho mgrrlajp ff-y J < ; '". "SSSffSO ftucnn MELVIN JOHNS./ : "+, County Courthouse.. .Compliance) AssuranceIn or tha Rural EloctrMtdatlan -
320 ti OOSS.ia > h \ : .R.OIIIOA'; Sloth... Florida 3W.1 DES"RAo.MerQ .wJuN. Perimeter ..ark.I' doc....,. AND IF DEAD S......, Florida 33091 I. which It e* roe' the Administration.Washington .

IHk St.. .t5.A .u ,, .A&L .. 'f904)65101( ) end., ,,, .rfiX, *.._ : Suite 201 j TO HIS SURVIVING WIFE. either .before sorvlca or Rural Electrification Administration D.C. 2OOOror
tNT tiDPRREONtis' Attorney far Registrant IF ANY *ND IIVINO.HIS P.rt It loner's-attorney or, that If win .....
...... &< .... ." ,"R.. ,WKLIAAAt,,: AN +1..GA 30341 ; this .. .1. or
'a. Y ,.I/O 4tihg 2124 ... .. ISSUE IF ANY AND UV:: {; Immediately ;thereafter: comply' fully with. all reaulrements all'. written oomttlalfih.
)0r9.I.t' 1..1) f>' MEatly .. RlysEbond4N071CE 0 ': NO AND IF NOT TO ALtiHIS otherwrte e ludeemant of Tit). VI fmo Such complaint must ba
aieaer X f15sa 'r' 1> -,__ tfIef ,.... llY atHampton IN TrWCBfCUIt COWfTKYI ; Ownen- UNKNOWN HEIRS': will beg I antarad ..., CIvil Right' Act,of: ,iflldtM' .
f9 ,. ..... II 1'ue114.1tsM1' 99 ACT0W'ion:1wRLbM :: ;.tnrrHlA''IOL''QWA: ,'', ./ later than ISO'discrimination
> Brsdfend :t\.f DEVISEES GRANTEES eluding you, abeneficiary 196* and the Rules end /
.0)t .. ".,' CIII< /K. iIo,., Shock. Werd.r < !dttry5 SiNh..ll.g.d.
& : ,.County. Plrlao' t.=, tlltR'Hg nr ,! M "ttllh* :ASSIGNEES IIENORS. of EMOP.YMEIVIN Regulations .f' thaDeportment
I....... asvl. \ 4p/aW,'l.."hat'5 tl OeiM,I S"w1N ', ,; :: K. Q (' StlfMg." $h1In"'tl.AoL' :, iyti fCHiOITOM 'TRUSTEES,' JOHNS barring .. or by
V. ''Ewe .... '''',i"h MI'('' hes ............. or 11 eON11. ',ofTergnto .. .' .bent132 4 N''\ (Tyrit3'273r ) OH OTHER CLAIMANTS: ,you '-fr.m.", In Agriculture' .Issuedthereunder such lotac to. wmfdv
Ot5bi9B0114.Pdl ". .C-: .No.N-dot. CACvlt tct-0 ,f'1' CLAIMING St, joist In. said real' proper. frtlonar .the I.e,...,, jaf
of'-"Y-- .
know te the and
: "t ........' ., .11_. ,'..h F, : THROUGH -UNDER' OR "y' one! growdng. ..... Agriculture orto Rural I
.' Myrtle :0)."' ...,'.... flU" .Jt that M ,,1ft'the. 1
." .. --rl"t, ;buel ........:,..',I'h.! ; / AaDft* ,. ", .. Uftli ,,,,__f ''' '''_3lOft'rss i:y 'AGAINSTr'KtAND'oB.JOHNS. -. AGNES J. MANt*. 'United. Statee pertain shall: 'Electrification Administration I
tow 4crl.' : docoaoeaV AND i ,tht relief. rtsMuoml Bid InNan. antha extends tha
.. .11 ,. tSsq .... iglafd..11'1"' A ( ya1 ,
;geeaaery :tN esi'; 1, 'tIP ground a*. _., fIOIo! for .
tho' ontpf0lrt time Nling.danker
.Oh -II'" <,AU, UNKNOWN OTME t potf
.:Jalbrl,... 1... '
;456 B.. .aa1h. fN 750);' .- !,( 351Metedr + 1).ne5 .' T".AdOpt3on.4 '. .....< to- b 1 h004.{ '0;E1r."j"' ..., if.-.oNS:14AYlHGo"OI'i: ar, ar national origin, baa complainants will, Ibo
ENs/1r ILan1s 1, *P,W.IZA.KTW, JO WITNESS hand and ..... from partfalp. .
11...... ....Tou we requlr.d'ta CLAIMING'ANY rUGrfttT4TU my .kept confidential ......
.' tadslem5.wwy. DAN .
; \ IN' tha seal-of this Court Won Ift ba denied ....
,. OH INTEMtST an the awtant
1_, 9tAp1i 'of 'p. ( la nacaooary
lSdar E1hn.q.. L ; :
i e.0 eww.d. .by n0)dry at .and WILPOMI NATHAN. .... 'hf' .-.X ," tHt PROPERTYDCSCRnV' February 14th:'933.. ',benefits of, or ba omar,*;
: .. 'JODOAM, wrlben drfaLtasr '''''' ,.. ...... t to carry wet rho...",......
; "' .. ; .......... 'rnd. 'nnevW f fr .. '\\. ... .....INAFTE L ,\ .,GIIBWT' S. BROWN wUa 'sublected tar'discrimination of ,
'* KM Rules and *
,' : Y' Hof
"ell. ,. ; .m 01' .
I .. ,. ",.... .... M ;Clerk." Circuit CourtIY thacanavcf '
'I .. In >
.......... .. ..' Na1gT i ); : .. \ "1IoM.
!.E.Mrw.. .S1 alanrt .=:.C.nfeersf; oh" NO'Y. OroKsn7/ .Wwrldo :32049:' : c. II" .".,.:.. UNKNOWN.'sBSIDENCE: : ; Barbara A.,Sfamar of 1'G'! -. itchgv24


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Rainfall Graph Guide

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Dec. 14-20 Dec. 21-27 Dec. 28-Jan. 3 Jan. 4-10 Jan. 11.17 Jan. 18-24 Jan 25-31 Feb. 1-7 Feb.. 8-14. Feb.. 15-21 i t


. Lately Mostly Highs: with More Storms Due to Jet Stream. 'Shift i

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Talking about the weather is a common stream. The high altitude stream of air with .....20. 1982. shows a total for that week of .3f: 20, .49 Inches fell on Jan. 23. 1982 was 1.98 Inches The total for the entire t
:pastime in rural communities and lately it winds reaching ISO miles an hour quite often inches of rain. Rainfall was fairly even!) For the week of Jan 25-31 only .51 inches of month of February 1C62, was 'only 1.99 1
:seems that people are complaining about the carries storms with it. dispersed for that week. rain feU, the bulk of it (,47 Inches. ) coming on ,inchesso this month's rainfall has already I i
,raln "The thunderstorms have all come at one The following week Dec. 21-27, only .01 inches Jan. 27.The doubled last February's monthly total. ,, 1
..' Flooded yards, muddy can 'and wet, time and that's not good,"says Fred Johnson, of rain were recorded. following week Feb. 1-7,170 inches of The total for January was 2.57 inches, less ,
'disgruntled people are evidence to the fact State Division of Forestry. Rainfall for the week of Dec. 28,1982 to Jan. rain fell most of it ((1.04 inches) falling onWednesday ,than the total for Jan 1982..,which was 4.32 inches

.that while the past week has been fairly] dry, 3,19831Jwwed an increase In rainfall from the Feb. 2. The remaining .66 inches "
;precipitation amounts In Bradford County Flooding Is expected in'two areas along the previous week to.79 inches in the area.A total fell on Feb. 6. The total for the month of Dee.1982 was on- ,
:have been rather high recently. Suwanne River due to excessive rainfall says of .25 inches fell on Dec. 30. .22 inches fell on \ly:.84 inches.,Dec. of 1981 saw 3.12 ,inches of,
Rainfall amounts have not been staggering! Terry Burnson of the Suwannee River Water Dec. 31 and.30 inches fell on Jaa 2.This week For the week of Feb.8-14,2.37 inches of rain ram I
*y in general but when you take into account Management District. "At Three Rivers began what seems to be a trend for the majority fell, most of it within the last three days of In 1962, the district Bradford,, Union and
:that in most cases over the last ten weeks, the Estates, a crest of 20 ft. .is expected by March of rainfall occurring on Individual days. that period and almost half of it', 1.46 inches, Alachua Counties) received 60.50 inches of
;::majority of precipitation each week occurredon 2 and a crest of 21 ft. I. expected at the 129 Only .05 inches of rain Tell during the week fell Sunday Feb. 13. rain. The average monthly amount of rainfall
: individual days, then you can see why Branch by March 2. That would be above of Jan. 4-10, and Jan. 9 saw .04 inches of It. Last week, Feb. 15-21. saw seven relatively ,calculated over the last ten years, is 58.23
*everyone was complaining about the rain. flood stage." No rain at all fell during the week on Jan.. dry days. Only .14 inches,of rain were inches. Our'district was more than 2 inches j
.. The large number of storms we have had Please refer to the graph above to see weekly 11-17. registered.Total above the expected total last year and with
'lately.In what Is supposed to be Florida's dry rainfall amounts over the past 10 weeks. Jan 18-24.1.70 Inches of rain fell in this area. rainfall so far in February is 4 20 iniches. the way it's been raining lately, we!! will pro

season, are blamed on a shift in the Jet On the far left, the beaker marked Dec. One inch of the rain for that week fell on Jan. .,Total for the same period.in February. of bably pass.this.year's}! expected total.



More Sports....... ., :. "jJ"'h'h' BUS. Girls Ousted. by",Eastsidefinding'a 4 BHS JVs,Close With Win ., Dixie Youth Signups Continuing

-r disappointing'i 'season oii a disappointing note The jV basketball team of Bradford High snapped a The Starke Dixie itouth baseball season will open I In

All Sports Club Meets Feb. 28 the Bradford High girls basketball team was eliminated ,5-game losing string and closed its 1983 season with a March and registration Is now underway ', .. '
by Gainesville Eastside 36-30 in the opening round of last victory with a 51-39 win over Union County's junior varsity Signups are held at the Old Armory reel office and
The next meeting of the Bradford High All Sports Clubis week's District 5-AAA tournament in Gainesville.The Saturday night at home. registration ends March 1. Players sIgning-tip for the.
set for Monday night,Feb.28, at 7 p.m. at the Western game was close all the way, with the Lady Tornadoes The season-ending win closed out the season under first time must bring their birth: certificate.:
Steer Steak House in Starke. trailing by Just two at the end of the 3rd period ,first year coach Bill Sexton with a 7-15 record. .- .
All persons interested in doing service for the BHS thanks to the combined scoring of Maria Reddish (12 Herbie Cooper pumped in 22 points on the inside to '
I sports programs is invited to attend the meeting and points) and Queenie Berry no points). lead the Bradford JV'.. Starke Represented in Blue-Gray Run

join the club.: But the Lady Rams pulled out the win In the fourth "Herbie was awesome Sexton Aid "I wouldn'ti The 10-kilometer (6.2 miles) Blue-Grey Run held in
period.Eastside's. ,doubt if he had 20 rebounds. If he'll work at his outside conjunction with the Olustee Festival in Lake City last
Dates Changed for Spring Festival biggest advantage war at the foul line, shooting and handling the ball he. could develop into a weekend. drew at least a half dozen runners from Starke.
The date for the Starke Rec. Department's Spring where the Rams hit 8-of-U while BHS found the hole on college prospect." Cheryl Godwin Tammy Jordan, Beverly McGee
Festival has been moved up a week from May 28 to May only 4- f-25 charity tosses. t Wing man Kenny Holmes added 10 points for Brad Ginger Davis, Jim Garrison, and Freddie Graudon all,
21.The The loss ended a 3-18 year for the Bradford girls.. ford, with Jimmy Sewell chipping in 8. point guard competed in the annual event and finished. '
Festival is an event to showcase talents such as Gainesville High School went on to win the district title .,Simon Mitchell 7, and Harold Cunningham 4. And two took prizes home.,Tammy was 2nd In her age
I ballet, gymnastics, piano, etc. being taught in the area. with a 57-55 win over Gainesville Buchholz. i Sammy McCltnton's I was high for the Tigers. group and Cheryl 3rd. ,

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by Marcia Goodge period of three,year, it la considered! class A military installation," says Col. Calvary will be trying out some of the tank tables.
Telegraph Staff Writer l1onzaIez. Safety is a primary concern with all types of training at Blanding. "We have
Camp Blanding Ii growtng The ratings are for a state owned, state operated military installation, not for dual communications systems wire (telephone) and radio. We (headquarters)
More people are training at'Camp Standing than at any time since WW-II.With active or semi-active military installations.The have to have communications with all ranges, they cannot fire without our per
t 200 permanent employees, the army base has a new Armory complex under construction reclassification means that the base can be used by greater numbers of mission. If they do, we shut them down and they are In big trouble," says Col.
enough new barracks. :, to"house 2,200 troops, and new artillery firing troops and for more kinds of training. Artillery has not been fired at Standing Gonzalez. All ranges also must have a paramedic present before they can do any
ranges. n>1 'rusesA since World War II, but with the reclassification( comes improvements to train- firing.
program of expansion that began In the ISTO's was culminated recently with ,i in facilities that make artillery training possible. People in Starke have had their windows shaken from time to time by the firing
the reclassification of'Camp Blanding from class B military installation to a "The newest range improvements include artillery ranges remote targeting out at Blanding. These vibrations are caused by the firing of mortars not ar
class A military instaU tion.:"' "" systems ranges pistol and rifle ranges and additional tank tables" says Col. tillery. However no one needs to worry about being too shaken up by the
The base was reclassified in March of 1981. Just 37 months after Colonel Gonzalez Howitzers. "There Is no significant[ difference between a 4.2 mortar and a 105mm
Augusttn Gonzalez came on at Standing as poet commander in 1977. "A goal was About 13.000 acres of land are token Up with weapons ranges and impact areas Howitzer." as far as the shock of Impact is concerned, says Col. Gonzalez.
set to go from class B to class A in three years/'says Col.Gonzalez.It took them at Blending Now that Blanding has facilities for artillery training a lot of time and money
an extra month but they did It. .On the weekend of March S, the 2nd of the 116th Artillery Battalion of the Army will be saved by artillery units. '
"The principle factor in the classification of a training site is utilization. Therule National Guard will fire the first round of the 105mm Howitzer since WW-II on
of thumb,u that If more than 10,000! people train there on the average over a the new artillery ranges at Blanding. On the weekend of March 19, the 153rd New Weapons Ranges Mean IncreaseIn

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Before Camp Blanding was reclassified "Artillery units used to travel some
distance to train. This is not only realizing savings in field costs, but they also
T : ,gain additional training time" says Col.! Gonzalez. I
"For example an artillery brigade had to travel to Camp Shelby Mississippi
to train. They were two and one-half days on the road each way or a total of five
: days round trip to practice firing," he says "The trip is only one day each way to
Camp Blanding so they pick up three days training time and save fuel."

.5 More Troops Training at Blanding Brings
Business to Starke and Local Areas

More barracks and training facilities makes it.possible for greater numbers of
II l troops to train at Blanding. .
; "t t. f "The number of people training at Camp Blanding over the past six months
) has doubled" says "Over the past three or four years we have
+ built additional barracks. We now have three battalion sized areas, or housing
for officers and 2,200 enlisted men."These are in addition to the one battalion sized
area that was already in existence at Blanding.
apCS" + Those additional barracks will certainly come in handy on April 20 when bet.ween
4,500 and 4,600 troops will be training at Blanding. "This will be the largest
contingent at Camp Blanding since World War II says Col. Gonzalez.
Starke's population in April of 1981 (the last time it was calculated) was about
4 5,300 so there will be almost as many troops at Blanding this April as there are
1w IV : people In Starke. .
"You can imagine what that will dq for the local economy." says Col.! Gonzalez
"Starke is and has always been supportive of troops training at Camp
Blanding and all personnel have received nothing but the friendliest and most
courteous treatment from the citizens of Starke." I

New Multi-Unit Armory Complex to ,

Centralize Command OfficesA

f ,+, ,. $1.7 million armory complex was started Oct. 18 and will be ready for occupation '
; h qT In December of 1984. I'
The building will house Post Headquarters Operations the ARNG (Army National
y Guard) Training Site Unit Headquarters of the 3rd Battalion 20th Special I
..,, rsl Forces as well as Company A of that battalion 927th Medical Company, 653rd
Engineer Detatchment 164th Air Defense Artillery! Detatchment and the 107th.
Public Affairs Detatchment.
j: nri 'jN acre All of these units with the exception of the 107th PAD are stationed in
;l N" Ylr' 'y, : buildings on the base.The armory will make better communications possible for
4 F all these separate units. Instead of having to drive memos or reports over to the
other buildings,they will be able to simply walk into the next office.
A'. .. ? I WeWnTO! will take up 4,110O square Seetgyrt; ...comparable to a. football '
( .l ; e nv.acre of parking Ict! \ : .. -
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'4. tt 22 feet high. _
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w vaults locker rooms etc. and a separate building will house a motor vehicle
training facility.
A Unit of: the South Carolina National Guard at Pay Call at Blanding.., Triest Construction Co. of Keystone Heights has the contract for the armory
complex. "They are a prime contractor" says Col. Gonzalez;"They are doing a
"Mobilltatton has surfaced as priority ...1II1n1l1a the active and reserve fantastic Job." ,
component In recent yean" says Staff Sergeant! Griffith. Columbia South academic setting daring the off-season here. The South Carolina National The armory is being constructed on Avenue A facing Kingsley Lake.Blanding. .
Carolina, of the unit's two-week training Blinding. "We chose to come to Guard enjoys doing annual training here.We feel especially welcomed In the
Camp BlIIndJD,.because of. Its relative quietness and similarity to an post's hospitality and support.,*' 6
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I National Dental Health, Month recognizes progress and change .

By Linda Wharton feel better about their teeth we're doing anesthetic '..
Monitor Staff Writer our job. They didn't think that 10 "Now general dentistry can be
The celebration of National Dental years ago though. It was Just our Job done with intravenous ,sedation"
Health Month In February brings to to keep people out of pain." says Odoin. "We do quite a bit of intravenous -
attention progress and change in the Odom says the two main reasons sedation to relax people so <; ., ,
field of dentistry peer the past five to that keep people away from the dentist they can get their dentistry done
10 vean. involves money and fear of pain. before it Is too late to save a tooth.Wed ..
'Dentistry is changing. says Odom pointed out that dental Insurance () it on anything from cleaning,! to ,,, { ; ,
Keystone Heights dentist ,Dr, has been one of the things ,ci'owns. to fillings." I ";
Richard Odom."Changing a lot in the that has contributed to the change In The intravenous medication using .. > .
ways It Is being presented to patients the dentistry program.Many dentists valium and/or' .some demoral!, is
the forms in which 'patients 'can. are also honoring the MasterCardand reserved mainly for use on the most
receive dentistry now and also by a Visa cards making it easier for 'difficult patients Odom says. Odom
lot of"the techniques and philosophy the patient to have his dentistry done.. lays he has combined the two nitrous-
,. The thought of pain has kept many oxide and Intravenous sedation in .. ...,
0d0rn also points out the dangers of away from the dental chair. Many patients some cases reducing the amount .
fearing pain at the dentist's needed to achieve the wanted affect. \'fi! \ {; )
oral cancer and focuses on the new '"; ) i k. .
"fad" among a great many teenagers hand have been known to wait until a 'He says this method has been most ; ( ; ; ) .
the smokelss tobacco. tooth got so bad they would have to successful.. "." : .
Cosmetic dentistry is becoming' enlist the services of an oral surgeon Odom Just started using this i.& .1t :;
of the big things in this era of dentistry and be put to' sleep for removal of the method sedation about IS months ;;
Odom says. tooth. the results have been it" ". ,
phenomena ) ,
Several factors have brought about Four ways to combat the pain element ': ::
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much. of this change. Flourlde in'' in the chair are available to thepatient "The consumer is demanding more ':d'' ':: '
water and toothpaste,. better nutrition -' now. Odom points out.- for his money and dentistry is trying f
better, home care and better 'The number one way Is' TLCiTender to give him more. for his money,"says, "
public awareness over the past few ; LovIng Care), and we try to Odom. .
yean has decreased the need for dentists : ,provide that" Odom i says. New techniques which
to just fill and pull teetlu. "H1It.orIea1Iy. the 1 most important.way out recently have much tore with
"People are getting less cavities i + to eliminate pain is by local cosmetic dentistry Odom' states. i
these days and are able to spend their anesthesia, (a shot of novocalne to the Although It has been around for about10years
money, not Just on getting their teeth' 'affected area). We use this in the majority the number one technique
fixed, but In making themselves lock of our cases"Odom says. "The which has come. In,vogu recently Is. ,' ...
'better. next way is by using nitrous oxide "bonding": ,, k.
"Our nation is really caught up in .call,laughing: ..,happy gas as some Bonding Is used to close-in widely Dr. Richard Odom
this craze of looking better," says It.We use this.I lot bi our office" spaced wand is a conservative
Odom. '- Odom says explaining that it Is used method of results then It is determined which method very happy with its success We're time.
Materials! are so muchrbettes'' now mostly on the mildly apprehensive or discolored teeth that are will produce the best and most; still conservative in our choice of patients "Sealents?7 another method which
and techniques are so much better, patient to make them relax.' "It of the use of certain medications wanted end results, simply because I don't beleive :: I
that dentists are doing things they makea the time pass faster and the when. the tooth was being formed. ;Another technique the Is' beingwidelypublicized that the Implantology field ls secure e 5
wouldn't have dreamed of doing dentistry more pleasant Odom ex- It makes teeth look prettier' instead now Is"implants.' enough that it is going to work every !Pft tist.... page
Syears ago" Odom says .r.......... ,plained. . of having to' trim them down I 'He explained that this method In- ... "
Odom says there are dentists i The gas method is used quite a bit and make caps. It Is also less expensive "volves .implanting a' metallc' 'or '
Ing out now that deal only In e with Odin younger patients enablIng than capping,1: Odom II,.. 4 ceramic screw or blade In the Jaw and
dentistry 'specialising intechniques. ,'! hten to fill small cavities without ? Odom further enntatoed though that' 'through the gum to replace, or to use Wainwrighf: ProduceAT
.' .. ..ts 100-ttttng novocaine. .Odom says thisyjMtnod this technique may not be right for t as support in replacing missing I
"In our office We are doing ejuttrc..:.: prevents the possibility of the' every patient,as.an example In heavy' ; .:
bit of cosmetic dentistry tt we child chewing on ms lips whOe they biting ,..._tie_, Bach CM must be i ,'"We ve been doing this in our office THE STATE FARMERS MARKET'N

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I \.i':. ;. ,'d p'? tit;";t t'Ittfit: !,L'1:3Ei.tf\; ;"' 'HIIlftlBlflBltfIlUHflnnm Page+ 4B' .WltNfMft&111V1!:! \, n." ;c., '.,;",, ;, >". .

. ". Stop Smoking. or Your Money ,Back ,Hospital:. ryritwt,jpBiiiic, l Ax t i:Maijph, "" ,:23.w'l I I, I

,.. '- 1tcl.aJf; : few *- kedAIh :ausoeorat4aims: ,gnd'acru$ the atate8' ?;, ,::,
ask.them.to., t.do:' h* ,concludesj 10|
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'Wn/ 'rl Utou&J\frankly trie degreequitting "
doubt ;
If you're a amotert.lO! you've clgarettes VViMner.
ys the to hold
> courage
considered Probably you'veeven r f'dtt ticf ty"' ": quitting they drink coffee, they must .. hopethe, l hope they <<:can recondition:
tried to quit. And,of course, you i Ito' a ,idecaffein: t l,4 d.bra.nd, I \ -- evetyeiafterTheflrst 15 beljig .serious
'ly'fl'l, iirtf"J'' : i ,. ,i,0ieroslves W ,, about
failed. regular coffee excitos., 4 pie Jl", > .'. 1\ '( ,, ,,'I ''UIe, al.r ,
here Is to stop and It's ? > (
Well a way back for nicotine. 51 Willie) has'; ;"'hem n leading stop 1 till! Amore' information\.i is on the
guaranteed or your money restrict
are alio li ked to
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Under instructor ,Bob Witmer, ,the ataoking etiiiia'for 12: years): andha 9ura/eo/ !ItIlIBrador Hospitalt
Bradford Hospital is sponsoring a : smoking) ono,second.yreelt\tcatloq i T taken his course.to'many-institutions .t 964.6ilp/1l/ +t..n4.p. }| $(< rl>Nep a Carter. ,

stop smoking clinic to begin March 23_ + quit.; By"the TM third week I is a rein-. and private busfvieeses.'botlvlocayy' IMtgtbNc: Itl S!4 1I eLi'l, :'l,' .f.J<

1983.The course consists of two-hour ses + r one period.thing is required of each ._.. .. ...... .. .. .
sions twice a week for three weeks. ," stresses wrtnoer: "You .l., .. Card f1fH < The minimum number for the clamwill : enter the course with a serious .. ,
and the class ID'u) \ : ,,, c ) 'I"I sdinifyc/inrarvi: ; .dUl'
be fifteen persons of mind. I, can't do il all for i'M' .[ ,bless ur e*Bradford/: Hospital'for being
l will be held in the Fellowship Hall of : sincere ef- y''hod everyone for the
he addsvit
the First Presbyterian Church at 821 ; S >lj] prayers arid their''concern'lit our''re *tagoBd.MjMr4aMcKinney while. jn the
from cent sorrow:.We are very grateful for >tgtifslhtalalqx< ( ) (TV'. ,-
East Call Street directly across the does Is to break
the hospital the food and flowers that,were;sent. Isaiurtq rt tnau/ The Family Of
This course stipulates that It the in- the the most emotional smokers defense.,My, they I've 'We also appreciate the doctors and'' 'lti.t ok Jint c Biwfe! ir. ''Virginia',. McKinney\ I
I1'JnilJlq: mobO
dividual meets all the conditions of to But actually they really ,
quit. iiralq a ,,1n9IJlf! !' : .1 ,
the guarantee and fails to quit by the to smoke. So It's not so much a .. ". "
end of the class, he can receive a full of behavior, as of emotion. 51 .. -
refund. takes about 90 days to get over .
Witmer claims a 92 percent overall discomforts of quit-
success: rate for his program. At smoking: If you can make It for 'I" E'lldJE'( 'IIA' R' S"
Alachiu General Hospital, where time,you've usually got it licked. "IO.
Witmer has offered the program r" have cured people who have .
since November 1981, no one who has '''V'H' t. '" 1 '
completed the stipulations of the con-
tract has asked for his money back. .
Explains Witmer: "The meat of the raYER OFFPRICE
Is subliminal motivation a 1,
course / < lJtJ' ,
technique which is Just being SAW TAKES CARE

discovered." Music Is played at hear. f1tl pJ\e t1f OF. YCUR. HEATING ffEEDS, .
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ing level, with "stop smoking" recordings : : '
dubbed In below hearing level. 1 Dearborn 1 .
The music puts the smoker in a relaxed G'AS'HEATERS' '
state, which is essential for break- S -S
ing the emotional habit. Bob Witmer Shows Class AH.Heaters On Sale '
During the first week,students continue Bob Witmer has been breaking : '
to smoke. 92 percent overall success rate : lti: Litton
ting a course at Bradford County ,.. ,,,BREAKER f
icrowave Oven

ObituariesBeatrice $148 :

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M. CooperMrs. day, Feb. 26 at 2 pm. at i \ ,
Beatrice Margaret Cooper, of Grove United;;;! Methodist Church.
Lake Geneva, died Monday morning, rangements are by Haile l Mods)411t
Feb. 21, in St. Luke's Hospital in '
Jacksonville following a short illness. FLOORS ANDCOLORS Dearborn
Born in Jacksonville, Mrs. Cooper DCR20 K
had moved to Lake Geneva over 35 Used I
where she member of Mato
years ago was a
the St. Williams Catholic Church in you ever thought the fact Automatic
Keystone Heights. Mrs. Cooper was at the floor is the largest single .
also a member of the Democratic Ex- In a room, and the> color America's. ,
ecutive Committee for some 35 years; for the entire room Washer' .
State Democratic Committeewomanfor be set' by the floor? And, X'TO
20 years; a member of the Clay You I Is no easier way to set the Seethe Complete $. 5 0 i e I. .
County Library Board for over 15 ,. scheme than by. choosing New Line of Automatic .
years; a member of the Clay County ,I right carpet. Washers & Dryers If' ,

Melrose Historical Woman Society s; Club a member; and was of the a Steal Used are available in prac- Matching 'Washer :'

member of both the Green Cove Spr- every conceivable color; .
ings and Melrose Garden Clubs. car from Bill pattern. You can go with a $30'
Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. or mix-and-match with one Dryer ,. off .
f Elizabeth Addison and Miss Mary C. multicolored carpets.,New
He knows his {
:ti:: Kirby, both of Jacksonville; and I "colors are available weD
e several nieces and nephews. i the more conventional colors.
:: "> Rosary services were held Wednes- ( sure and choose colors to t Now Filling L.P.. Tanks,
;\:!; ir i day Catholic;Feb.Church.23, at 7 p.m.'niinerP in St. Williams'services 1$82 F250. 4x4 ((, your life style at our shop. at' bur W. Madison St. Officejq Starke

?!j win-beheld today,'Thurs.i Feb. Mp.t 'Explorer Flclnip" I t buy, until you have eeiftHhe 11"e-* J "IS85iKJ.-B53.SftJSSS? Sn'k ft-i "" "- 9i
\-f !S Mil am: In' St.. .Williams ,Catholic : !: TOfgr-earpeta" which* -ye
!. Church with Father Michael Williams Loaded, 13,000 mileS'* This weer" i iWJ

a officiating.Keystone Heights Jones Funeral in charge Home of ar-of ,$10 I BUY'.OlfAUTY?* BUY SAWYER

rangements. ., 9647200"I Teal Tile

s Leon Wilkerson &. Carpet
J 5 Mr. Leon Wilkerson, 69, of Lawtey, 1983 .
;g died Monday, Feb. 21 at his home 131 N. Cherry St.
3 following a long illness. stereo AM/FM :: Starke, Florida
S: A lifetime resident of Bradford GAS & ftPPLJANGES
:3 County, Mr. Wilkerson had retired as 964-7423 I
:S custodian of the Lawtey Elementary "
School and was a member of S ;332 W. Madison' ,- Phone 9647701Griffis'
:S I Highland Baptist Church. 1982 F100, /
:3:: Survivors include his wife, Ruby .
I S .Wilkerson of Lawtey; five sons loaded. ; .
g: David Wilkerson of Brooker and ,
:1 'Earl, Timothy, Leon, Jr. and Ray- ? & Sfliii
5: mond Wilkerson,.all of Lawtey; twoS 1981 Chev S ,
.daughters JoAnn Jones of Lawtey -S Work.asessa
5 and Linda Weber of Jacksonville; oneS Loaded, Like New Fiberglass ; i
; brother.Bryant Wilkerson of Lawtey;
3four, sisters, Geneva Baxley of Green Your Mercury..Outbo' rd
f Cove Springs, Corine Dickinson of ,
$ Jacksonville, and Mamie Barrett and 1981 BrOncO / Sales & Servic'&tteaJ: r
a Thelma Cornwall both of Lawtey; 22
S grandchildren and two great 300 six,4 speed '
!C\: grandchildren. air
Funeral services were held
jt Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Highland FiSbeo'er
Baptist Church with Rev. Lester 1981 Blazer Mercury
;; Austin officiating. Burial was in Long black/silver ,
:; Branch Cemetery of Maxville under V IA, ? "I
= the direction of Archie Tanner T'.t ,'
I ; ; ) F.isherman's.Choicel;
a Funeral Home of Starke. I .r', :: __ : ,\"
1982 BrOnCO : ., .
i Helen S. Clark 1 18,000miles \ ;, ....-....-.< .. ". ,

Mrs. Hazel S.Clark,90, of Keystone .
Heights died Tuesday night, Feb. 15, I '{'. li I .
in Bradford Hospital following along 1977 E150
illness. .i
Born in Lynn, Mass., Mrs. Clark 2Capt.chairs ( \

had lived in Keystone Heights for 23 ': .:' ,:;1IIU..rq"J ,
years, where she was a member of .. .
the Community Church. .. ,. tIhW$i".tY
Mrs. Clark Is survived by one ,
cousin Mrs. Dorothy Finley of Nova.
Scotia Canada. \ Nicest
Graveside funeral services were
held in the Keystone Heights 1982
Cemetery at .
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with Rev. FrSedhnaoffficiating =
:II $17,000 replacement ,
Arrangements were made under the
direction of Jones Funeral. Home of : Y

I Keystone Heights 24,000 mi. ; i ......,.., '. .. ,/ ...,
John A.Cummings,Jr ,
John Alexander Cummings, Jr.;55. 1979 r .
of Starke died Saturday, Feb. 19. We rh "J < -, '
A native of Bradford County,_Mr.. 4 door, 2 to choose Jt' t1 :::u
Cummings lived in Pleasant Grove of less\ than ,:
Starke, and was a member of" the ,. '" '' boat'and' ,I. i

Church.Pleasant Grove United Methodist' 1080 JI1Or.r _. 1. .. ', t 5i

Survivor Include his wife.Gloria' ,, 1\M'J i ,iA.a ff i
Cummings of Starke eight children $ uog ;
': .
Elizabeth Fleming, (q < ,
Maryland; Mary } :< f "' i." *
McCultough :Titusville; Betty /.Jj\IW""f"
J Slocum, Starke' Veronica Williams ...: :lljo 't: 1' I.ti -1-5 O t100tt ,
i! Starke;. Roland Cummings,. -' : ortyiab' I' ,
Iii Gainesville;. Myra Cummings, .r or"IY"'u' i"I a ..I.a. I.r I.,
:II '.,Starker Xavier Cummings of Starker; Ford' Motor C'rec ,, .... I J ........
NI one stepdaughter Clara ) .J' '1!" : .
Sharpe of I U, "I' T : '. \.'. p"
i Gainesville;, three sisters;,: Clara 11:.. t.-- OnlY". : ," .,.
t !
A1lenl.illian 1981 ;
/" :. Florence Thomas, Cummings all of Starke; four and ing on. : / .i.-h'" ...:

,,I\"fJ I I I Beach.brothers,' Ga.,,Jack Charles Harold Cummings Cummings Cummings, Jacksonville ,Riviera Savannah ; T rwil I : foG'rniisSO' ; f ; ttt! ;:! '',R/lIIIIC/ flflf

Isaac Cummings of Starke,Jim .

I \ L children.Cummings, West and,Palm 12 .great,Beach grand; 27grandchildren '206 W. Madison -" ; "' : .... W.II.'tiS; ;' ;ii 1 J/i\lIjn/ VII-- : :Mlj. : :

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Funeral services will be held Satur- .AR'DS'
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Alma Starling; services were held Tues- following a brief illness. of Lawtey; one sister Mrs. Norma tion of Archie Tanner Funeral Homeof
Mm Alma Starling, M, of'SUrke. p.m. at Pine Level Baptist Born and raised in Bradford County Estelle Williamson of Macclenny; Starke.
died Saturday, Feb. 19, at Bradford Starke with Rev. Franklin where he attended Bradford County and two grandchildren. Tom Kenneth Hardy
Hospital! following aJf'extended1/ Rev. Roman Alvarez of- schools, he was the son of the late Funeral services were held Friday, Mr Tom Kenneth Hardy, 31. of
lness. Burial was in-Crosby Lake Troy aid Floy Thompson Bennett,. Feb. 18. at Nortnside Baptist Churchin Starke died Monday at his home a
Born and rated'In )taker County ; In Starke with Archie Tan former pioneer residents of Bradford Starke with Rev James Starling officiating following long illness. i
Mrs. Starling moved to Bradford greatgrandchildren.Funeral Home in charge of. ar- County. He was also of the Baptist Burial was in Evergreen ,
County at an early age.: She was the ; : faith. Cemetery in Raiford under the direc: See Page/ .{ '
widow of the late Joe Starling at Survivors include his wife, Dorothy ---.. IIS
Starke and was a member of Pine D.: Bennett : Bennett; two sons, Wayne Bennett :
Level Baptist Church of Stark Donald 'Bennett,..49. of and Donald K. Bennett,all of Lawtey; I
Survivors include seven sooss Joe died Wednesday .Feb. 16 one brother H.W. "Buster" Bennett


from 1 0
I Dentist .Qa'e!! !sgt.! E.T. McDade .

was popular several years back In the "If this.Is done usually by age four danghabit.. Arrives for Duty t'
dental field and then went out of demand we are generally able give the child.a "A lot of 12-13 year old kids both
for some time, appears to be full check up" Odom says. .. boys and girls are doing it And if' Sgt. Elton T. McDade II. son of f "
coming backTDdora explained that One, major item touched: on' titOdom they continue to dip snuff or put Charles and Barbara McDade of Lexington ofJ
this is a method used to.protect during the National Dental tobacco: between their lip and gums, I N.C., has arrived for duty at ofJ
children's teeth from decaying in the Health Month. interview .is- oral think in 30-80 years there Is going to Clark Air Base Philippines.
cavity prone years. explainedthat cancer.: .' be big boom in oral cancer. McDade, an administration
by placing this a plastic "It concerns me greatly. It concerns specialist with the 3rd Combat Sup- 1J
resin in the pits of children's back Odom.,. that oral Queer is the me that hi 1964 the Surgeon .port Group was previously assigned ,
teeth, it protects the teeth and can be least of all the major General came outand said that tobacco at LauKhUn Air Force Base Texas. ---" ;
't. administered by the dentist at a third publicized and that it is one is a contributor and may cause s C 1
or one/half the cost of a filling. of the most severe cancers: and has cancer f a direct link.: But on this
"' He says the sealents may have to be one of the lowest survival rates. In smokeless-tobacco, there ,,'no such
JI' replaced within the to year period April as an extension of National warning and it Is totally just. the A
wbichlatbelJ.ll1yearaieil'CJUpwben Dental Health Month for the Keystone same. 4- .
t, most cavities occur. dentist,Odors plans to conduct a free "The media Is having a free run at FREE
tI1 "We feel if we can get the children cancer screening :clinic In hisKeystone It. Getting these to i.
ii through thesq cavity prone years, office' endorse it, like Earl Camp It j
:(twe'll nave accorapliahied our goal*' Patients should be more aware really bothers me that all these hero
'", Odom..,. that when they get a suspicious area figures are saying *"Hey It'. okay! r Estimates ;
{I. Odom recommends I that parents in their mouth they should see a dentist Smoklng's bad, but this Is okay.'
a start their children out with a dentist for a thorough examination.: "That's not the case," Odom says.In ,
>', around the age of three with several "Some people believe that when some areas promoters for the ;
"happy" visits ., they have dentures,,they don't peed varius smokeless tobacco productsare
la an effort to make children more regular check-ups but they. do,' going into schools: handing out
relaxed and familiar with dental office especially older people," says Odom. samples to students, .Odom.has bee
surroundings and ,procedures, r'Another thing that really concernsme : told."I
i Odom prefers that parents bring their Is this new fad -.the fad of think this Is misuse I think
t. children in two or three times prior to smokeless tobacco.: they've found a loophole In the law. fililllllllll11 Illlllllllilllh1
any major dental work being done Odom says the smokeless tobacco, "1 think they (the smokeless tobacco -
; not watt until they are in pain.Trying which is so popular and highly proucts) should have the same IIIIIIIi
to see a child at that time can be very publicized today, ,pointedly toward warnings on that material. they do IIIllll, lll
:r.' difficult Odom says. the young people,;. .is very, very on cigarettes." IIIIIIII'' '

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Home Home the Firing Range?... YAz!
When Col.Gonzales eame on as Standing's post commander In IsTT.a goal was
.* AntS helicopter Kunshlp.. called a Cobra. It navigator. At time, both active Army and National Guard ret to go from class A to class B la three years.They did It In 37 months and now
JtSSSni is practicing maneuvers'the airfield a'Blin- attack helicopter battalions come out to Blandlng U polish. the base Is en Its way back up after a decline In activity that started after World
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.from page 1Blanding land in large blocks. In the mid-1950's war hanging over our heads, the when areas near the lakes are used Blandlng and also from the active ar. :
Climbing to a the leases were allowed to expire development has been slow, but this for weapons firing. No one Is allowed my units that train there, it takes a
since there was no apparant need for time it's more permanent.Reciasslllcation to fish i during those times because of great deal of revenue to operate. abase -
Future the land and the state was left with the possibility of a stray shell comingInto as large as Blanding. The majority
That May Equal the Past 72,000 acres, which is the present size the lake area.Roadblocks are set of these funds go to upgrading, ,Blood Beach I
Even with all the growth and activity of the camp," says Mr. Bloodworth. Bringing up before firing begins to insure the ,the facilities,such as building the bar
going on at Camp Standing it still "By 1946 Camp Blanding was on the More Jobs for Blanding safety of fishermen.The racks and the armory. ,
doesn't overshadow the past. out" o of ofj !
quite way says Bloodworth 47
At the height of World War II.Camp and '48 they began selling off prac- "The classification of the forest management area has
acres and tion determines the amount of support three lakes. Perch Pond Lowry Lake
Blanding comprised 140,000 tically every building that could be "
had 80,000 people working there. moved." it receives said Col. Gontalei. and Magnolia Lake. All three are Multi Mile
_ People who look at it now don't The camp had some small In-. Several new positions have been stocked with blue gill, red ear and _
realize Just how big it was. The area creases in activity over the years, filled at Blanding since the large mouth bass. Magnolia Lake Is
?where the new armory .Is going up such as during the time of the Korean reclassification. There are now some' also stocked with sunshine bass and
:::::once held a hospital that was about a War but it remained fairly stable un- 200 permanent employees at work on Lowry Lake la stocked with sunshine. :T _
?: 'quarter-mile long. The hospital had til 1970, when the expansion program a daily basis at Camp Blanding. Pay bass and channel catfish. &tee!
four main corridors with 15-20 wards first began at the camp. "They con- grades(wage scales) for these people : upreme "
-.:of each corridor and held about 2,000 structed new barracks and other have not been affected. Some new "The forest management program PIy Polyester JSIZE6 Belted
.;::I:beds.. facilities such as warehouse and employees have been added, so the'total provides substantial amount of the f ", SIze F1'i'1.63: PliCB TiresPile..
t.; The fountain that was in the area at maintenance facilities" says Mr. payroll has Increased some. operating capital for the post as does :!,. .: P165180D13 '29.88 P1S5SOR13 1.59 '40.88
=-that time still exists and Is being used Bloodworth "A lot of sewer lines the Dupont mining complex" says
.:as a central highlight for the new armory were rebuilt and roads retopped. A Forester J.C. 'Greene of the forest 19511501. 2.22 36.88 P19S7SR14 2.38 47.88'P215175014
:E ;* complex. new telephone system was added in management area. 2.38 '38.88 P21S75R14 2.82 55.88fc-
:' ; Alter the war though Blanding the last few years. Camp Blanding Mining, Fishing. Hunting P225/7S014 2.61 '40.88 P20575K1S 2.61 '52.88
!;,::almost ceased to exist. "It has progressed from an occasional And Bombing All Occur Dupont has leased more than 12,000 P21S/7SD1S 2.46 '38.88 P21S7SM1S 2.79 '$4.88
I.:degenerated Into a vacant spot in the weekend firing installation to one The total 72,000 acres of Camp Blan-,. acres for mining purposes from. Camp P225/75015 2.66 ..40.88 P22375P.1S' 2.99 '58.88P23578B11
ground and stayed that way until 1952 where thousands of troops show up for ding are not used for military pure Blanding. P235/73D15' 2.96 '43.88 3.09 '1.88
!: :or 1953 when the Corps of Engineers annual encampments." -n _
.rput in an emergency stand-by utility "Other types of units train at Camp Some 45,000 acres"con e'th8'"I "Mineral royalties (funds received
'tj: during the Kllfea,,'* gen-.gBtaMlng: :i m 1Ittme.t4. .
system : besides forest management area. fps t Is. from or* muwid oo government laodl w
r '!.?ey's said Fores "-" ..... .4h lttonat ad1ti'aays'-3omce" directed by the Departme-kTt CSal meMand Wko lntw e tn{ -$landing fund; j:'-J' Blanding was born in'1939 when the of them include the Active Army, the Fresh Water Fish under an*'r general fund earmarked for improvements ., 98 P
:-:Guard sold Camp Foster (now U.S. Marine Corps Reserve U.S. agreement with the State Armory :-i for Camp '79.5(5(
:Jacksonville Naval Air Station)to the Navy Reserve U.S. Army Reserve Board. "mays James Bloodworth, a retired UfMTmekl
Navy which wanted a ma inside naval some Active Navy and Marines and Some 200 300 deer are killed each guardsman and Camp Blanding
i .air station. "They used the money to Army ROTC from colleges. Occasionally regular hunting history buff.
::, buy 30,000 acres in Clay County," law enforcement agencies yearHunting Is controlled to maintain CHARGE 'EM
:: ;says Mr. Bloodworth. conduct training there." the deer population at a healthy Even though funds are coming In .
:&-. When the war broke out, "there Blanding is on its way up again level. >from Dupont the forest management COMPLETE
;wasn't enough land at Blanding so after its 23-year decline that began at Fishing Is allowed throughout the area, the state and other states who I FULL ,SERVICE Own*4 .f.raM Hfit
':the government purchased and leased the end of World War II. Without a year with the exception of those times send National Guard units to train atOne GARAGE'' DIM CMMll FOREIGN CARREPAIRS

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lld.'t.tl F 7:4ANBU Robert Lee Yeager, 19, of Starke to drive the semi-truck thru thre Brandon Woman
,AN.! Arson Suspected -1', was arrested and charged with residence and using profanity, according Faces Five ChargesA
In Starke Fires disorderly Intoxication Yeager was to the arrest record. Lyons was
asked to leave a party when he tried arrested and charged with disorderly 25-year-old Brandon, Fl. woman
In the four recent
Arson is suspected to fight there intoxication. When the at- after the vehicle
consumed three everyone according to deputy was arrested Feb 19 J
fires which Patrolman take him to be said he another vehicle
Jimmy Epps. tempted to jail she was driving struck
of SUrke ac-
north end
homes In the Backus.. Bond was set at $50. Yeager was wasn't going and was then charged at the intersection of US-301 and
cording to Investigator Steve at the released on his own recognizance with resisting arrest without violence. SR-16 in Starke then left the scene.
A house burned Friday night the While he was being booked into the Lorinda Pickens Goolsby was
Church Street and
northern end burned Man Found Dead county Jail, Lyons was charged with charged with leaving the scene of an "
house next door Saturday
of less than 20 of driving
-" possession grams accident with property damage
.fW night:Sunday burned.night Ail three a house house on north were At Michigan RanchTom cannabis when marijuana,was foundon while Intoxicated, driving while
him. her license ended and refusing
In the"Reno section: there were no Injuries Kenneth Hardy.3i, was found old was susp
The next morning an warrant to sign her citations according to
;the houses were Feb. 21 In his cabin behind
with reckless
charging Lyons displayof Patrolman Ricky Bennett.
the= Michigan Ranch
on SR-100 south of
,, .(Ir yi 1 Saturday also to a Starke. a firearm was served by Deputy A 1979 Ford pickup was hit in the
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Eunice. The warrant
the traffic
Sammy was rear while it was stopped at
the fire department According to Chief Glen
Feb. 15 Deputy
,. i, answered call tea fire at the former Moore, had been several months old and stemmed light in the turn lane on US-301. The
y. a Hardy dead approx said
: from another dispute, of
.2. : family driver of the Lee Allen
'.. ,I;'. J" ,,:' ..1rF ,Gulf station at US-301 and SR-1. imately 18 hours when found Monday Dempsey. Starke. said the pickup.vehicle which struck
little damage and no one morning. The medical examiner
There was said
... i' Total bond on the five charges was his Ford which then
pickup was a 1970
the 'fire died
-' according to Hardy of natural
i\ 1' +1f' injured there : causes.
set at $2,300. Lyons was released on left the scene going west on SR-16.
department. Office Is his own recognizance. Goolsby driving a 1970 Ford ;was
.} The State Fire Marshall's Three Juveniles Lyons was arrested Feb. 15. and' stopped by Chief Deputy Glen Moore
Uiji? Seriously' Involved In the investigation. .
No One in KH Collision... Arrested at BHS charged with burglary in Clay Coun- on SR-16 at 11:02 a.m.
An 18-month-old baby, strapped in an Infant seat, was unharmed but the ty. He was released from Clay County An additional charge of resisting an
driver of a Toyato had a bump on his bead after a hear-on collision on SR100at Inmate'Walks' Off Three Juveniles were arrested at jail on a $1502 platt bond.Ralford officer with violence was made when
Lak Geneva last Thursday, Feb. 17 Work Release Job Bradford High School Friday, Feb. 18 Goolsy hit and kicked Bennett several
Russell Alan Cooper, driver of ihe Toyota shown above, received a bump ,and charged with possession of can-. i times as he attempted to arrest her on
on the head.IJ' ; Authorities are hunting for a nibus. ManArrested the traffic violations. Bennett was
,Emergency medical technicians. waited at the icene for almost an hour to Lawtey Correctional Inmate who left Less than 20 I grams of marijuanawas For assisted in handcuffing and placing.
make certain the 18-Tonth grandchild of Mrs. Willadine Strickland Leggof ,his work release Job in.Baldwin. Sunday found on the juveniles or In their DWIA Goolsby, in the patrol car by Moore
KH, driver of a 1979 Chevrolet van, was not harmed. morning. car, according to Patrolman Ricky Raiford man was arrested Feb. 19 and Trooper W. D. Langston. :
Mrs. Legg was charged with failure tome due care when she pulled out of Thomas Paul Deamond, 51, a Bennett for DWI after the vehicle he was driving Damage to the pickup was $300.
'a private drive;! onto SR-100,crossed the center line going west, and collided minimum custody inmate, was taken Two of the juveniles were turned struck two residences on Madison Damage to the Ford was $600.
with the eastbound Toyota. .. to his Job at the MO Truck Stop In over to Division of Youth Services and Street in Starke. Total bond for the five charges was
Damage to the left front fender of the Legg van was estimated at $200. Baldwin at 6:10 Sunday morning one of the juveniles was released to Medford W. Shealey driving a 1977 set at $2.200. Goolsby was'released on
Damage to the Toyota, the entire front of which. was bashed juv.was Desmond left the area sometime between ,his guardian. Chevrolet pickup truck,.was arrested her own recognizance.
estimated at$500.; 7 and 9:30: a.m. and charged with driving while intoxicated .
Desmond Is from Montreal,Canadabut Domestic Fight EndsIn according to Patrolman Jimmy -, Lake Butler Man J

Pleasant Grove'Man Reames was cited: for careless driving according has no next Superintendent of kin so they Wainwright are- Arrest-Six ChargesA face Epps.but refused Shealey medical had blood treatment on his, Loses High Speed ChaseA

Accident VictimA when he lost control of the 1966 not sure which direction he maybe Starke man was arrested twice said Epps. Florida Highway Patrol trooper
Ford pickup truck he was driving. heading. However the proper Feb. 12 after the sheriffs departmentwas The pickup truck left the roadwayon tried to catch speeding van he spotted -
Starke man died Saturday night Reames had been drinking and was authorities have been notified. He is called to settle what started to bea SR-100 (Madison Street) striking on SR-100 at Epperson Street Feb.
when the car he was driving ran off exceeding the posted 35 mph speed, described as 6 feet tall and weighing family disturbance. at 563 W. Madison went 22, with the chase taking them thru
the road and into a ditch In the Pleasant limit, according to Trooper S. P. 185 Ibs. with grey hair and blue eyes Phillip Lyons, 35, was arrested and through bamboo shrubs, struck a Starke.The van was stolen from Lake.
Grove section. Allain. Jan, 29, 1982 Desmond was given a charged with aggravated assault palm tree and the house at 547 W. Butler and when seen In Starke was
John A. Cummings' 54, died when The pickup was westbound on three-year sentence for robbery In after he unlawfully made an assault Madison going 85 mph In a 35 mph speed zone.
his 1974 Ford ran oil CR-229 into a 1 Z,I Nightingale Street and could not Orange County. upon Johnny Luke at a conveniencestore According to witnesses in the 600 according to Trooper J. H. Horler.:
ditch and hit a concrete culvert short negotiate the curve when entering the at US-301 and CR-221,accordingto block of W. Madison, they heard a Marshall H. Fairish. 48. of Lake '
ly after to p.m.,according to TrooperKenne..h lost intersection control and of Orchid St. The driver Party Goer Arrested Deputy John Dempsey. The Inci- loud explosion, went outside and saw Butler, driving a 1981 Ford van; was I
drove off of the road-
Ethridge. ,Cummings ,was and struck After DisturbanceA dent stemmed from a family dispute, :Shealy getting out of his vehicle. The stopped on US-301 at Pratt Street end I
westbound on CR-229 about sixtenthsof way a utility pole on the said Dempsey. 'witnesses noticed Shealy had .been charged with unlawful speed driving
a mile west of Starke. when the accident southwest corner of the intersection. party goer at Pine Forest Apart- Later the same day Lyons drove a drinking. while his license was suspended and
occurred. Upon Impact the pickup truck overturned menu was arrested Feb. 19 when he semi-truck to his in-laws and created Bond was set at $300 for the charge:
coming to rest on the right failed to leave the area after causinga another disturbance. i See...
The cause of the accident In under side, said Allain. Shealy was released on his own High Speed...,
disturbance. to kill
investigation according to Traffic threatening people, 1 recognizance.
Damage to the truck
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Pace.' $2,000. Damage to the light pole was.
.$2,500. '

Two Starke Youth Drivers Injured'

Injured in Accident In 2-Car Accident LAKE BUTLER ----

Two Starke youth were slightly in- Drivers of both cars were injured In
,jured when the vehicle in which they an accident Feb. 17. in Union Countyon
I were riding struck Clay Electric SR-121 north of Raiford. FARM CENTER! INC.. .
i utility pole in Keystone Heights Feb. Terry Jack Carlisle, 35, of, Green ,
19 at 2:15 a.m. Cove Springs was taken to Shands
i Randall Claudefl Reames': 19 and Hospital In Gainesville. His condition 49&3921HWy. 121 S., Lake Butler y

Phillip Hinson, 18,of Starke were both, was listed as serious,he was suffering Open Monday Friday 7:30-5:30: : Saturday 7:30-12: noon ,
taken to Bradford Rescue -
": 75 released where they were Hospital treated by and See... Traffic.. Ralph Hazen, Monroe Anderson, Alan Woodlngton, Butch Faulkner ,

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Obituaries ""'llflll.__ .1.
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from page S of the months old, died suddenly :! .; Funerml Home of Lake BuUerl'' Card of Thanks'
Mr. lifetime resident U.S. Army veteran of World War n Palms Keystone Height died Tuesday ; I I
Hardy was a
.and a member of the Catholic faith. Sunday. Feb. 20 fa AJachua General morning at the' home of her uncle I. b.J' ;
:p t Survivor tarke. include his wife Survivors include' his wife Mrs. Hospital following long illness Larry Davison. She was, born In In Abbie G. Douglas ; ,$ We'will aJways "grateful toaD for

Hardy of Starke his Mare WUma W. Costa; one son, Michael Born in Dundee, Scotland, Mrs. verness. Mrs. Abbie O. Douglas, .92, died extended, comforting, sympathy and
:White of Weogufka; !, Ala.. and one Costa of Fall River Mass.; one McLaren moved to Keystone Heights Survivors Include her parents Mr. Monday, Feb. 21, at AJachua. GerierarHoeptalln help in our recent sorrow:' Many
?brother Emmite Leone White, Jr. of daughter Mrs. Robert Rodregus of In January from Washington D.C. and Mra. Joseph S. Hurst of \ Gainesville. thanks for the beautiful.services,
: N.Y. Fall River Mass.; one stepdaughter She was a missionary in. Africa for Lakeland'grandparents, Born in Branford Mrs. ,Douglas .enrollment*.,Masw nower* cards
:Brooksfield Funeral services, wUl be Thursday Mrs. Joyce Trifler of Atlanta Ga.; over 40 years and was) member: at Land elano moved to Alachua County: ,about 60,',bd food" t, v.r.i" : L.1 I; ? ''lrwinZ. .j '.
:Feb'24at11a.m.attheChapeloftheArchie one brother Richard Costa ofSeabrock.MD. the Christian Brothem faith ; mater. years ago. She was of, the Baptist'11 :May God Bless You Always. i ts
:. Tanner Funeral Home of .; one sister,Mrs. Irene Mrs. McLaren: is survived by nal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. faith. Mrs.Gay Richards! Kelly
Starke. Burial will be in Hampton Ci-' ,Perrira of Portsmouth R.I. and three several stepdaughters and grand Lowell Nichols of Sumtervilte; Survivors include three daughters,t. ,. 3 "'
j grandchildren.No children. nal great grandmother Mrs. Emily Mr: Elizabeth Thomas of Brooker .
'ty Cemetery. local funeral arrangementswere Funeral services will be held today Keene of Lake Butler and Pearlie Susie Mullis of Bronson and* ': I
planned. Burial will be at a later (Thursday Feb. 24) in London, Ontario Hurst of Lake City; maternal great Josephine Thomas of Alachua; 17 ,/

Ernest Costa .; date in Walpole Old Cemetery. Canada with burial,in Forest grandmother Mrs. May: Burns of Sod grandchildren 44, great- .'," ) '
Ernest Costa 58, of Starke died Walpole. New Hampshire. Jones Lawn Cemetery. Jones ,Funeral W. Va. grandchildren and five greal-grea.. i ., ." ,/
-Thursday, Feb. 17, at his residence Funeral Home of Starke charge of Home of Keystone Height in chargeof Funeral services were held Thurs- grandchildren. ., ',.."

following a long illness. ,arrangements. arrangements. day at 3 p.m. in the Oak Grove Churchof Funeral service were held at;,,,,,2 ,c'. ,,, '"

Born in Fall River Mass., Mr. LDA with Elder W.W. Jordon of p.m. Wednesday. Feb, 23, ati| ,nth .. .., ,
;Costa moved to Starke over six years Mary R. McLarenMrs. Priscilla Joanne Hurst ficiating. Burial was in the church graveside with Rev D.O. GoeS ofliciating. -,, ,..'" ....., ./

:ago-and was a retired baker. He was a Mary R. McLaren 78. of Park Infant Priscilla Joanne Hunt two cemetery under the direction of Ar- M,, .L 111,. l t ,. "
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-!/ one pair men's WANTEDLICENSED LAKE LOT an sand bottomedlake VARIETY Ol 'PLANTSi'Swon OFFICI. SPACE facing I/NPURNISHEDt,20R: houseon 64, FT. MOBILEHOMIi For I Get, Results

prescription glosses and In Hlllcrest. S8OO Crest Nursery, 'located 2'. Lawrence Blvd. Next door Lak. Geneva A/C. No Rent or Sole. A/C, pal. port II.... Experience In "
one cop at no. 3 Water down. $146.44 per month. mil. east of Melrose of la Andrew Drug Also pet. S275/mo. Phone with boxMO( ). With land. If general'.Office duties, typIng
Company pump across COSMOTOlOGWTi Full or Phone 473-4038 or SR26. 2/24: tfnchg several I large, offices for 17864044. 2/17-24 2tchg desired. In Clay, or Putnam filing 'answering
from high school. Call port time. Call 475-2211 473-4367. after 6 p.m. 2/3 FISHING BOAT seat three. 'rent In rear of building ,.... ISATHi A/C family County. 2/24 Itchg phon. PBX CRT operator Huntley
: Monitor! 473-2210. 2/10 tin Dorl' Hair Clinic. 2/24 tfnchg Gator Boat Trailer, and 'facing Flamingo. Call room utility room* On and Insurance .(new
BEAUTIFUl LAKE GENEVA new..29 HP Johnson motor 473.3411.2/3 tfnchg Nightingale St. $3001..... policies). Willing to .learn .Redf earn'sSERVICES
MISCELLANEOUSSINGO..AMERCAN YARD SALE access lots) from S3.9OO. with gas tank $ 200. Day COMPLETELY FURNISHED Call I-268-606 2/I7-3/1O. new ,field of work It
S3OO down S71.74 parmonth. 473-3166 evening house on Spring lake 2SR 4tchg SubscribeELECTROLUX / necessary. Call Jean .
RUMMAGE SALSl Set.. Feb. Discount on entire 473-2843. 2/24: Itcha A/C, S22S/mo..S200 1000 SQ. PT. available Brown 473-3442 2/24 Itpd.
26 from 10 ...... .. 4 p.m. 10 ac,_. On. waterfront SEVEN PIECE SECTIONAL ........It.Call 264-5354 after ,directly In front of CARPET AND VINYll In. .
:. LEGION HALL.Sr-21 Saturdays Keystone State Bonk Parking 'lot. Call 473-437S. 2/3 living room group with 6. 2/3 tfnchg Keystone Post Office. foliation and .repair*. 4 '4.40
7 p.m.Public Invited.Sundays 2/3 Lot. Sponsored. by tfnchg matching oak finish' .OFFICB IPACE.downtown Phone 4732014. 2/24-3/17: Free ..tlmat... Ten year ;fj or
: 2.5 p.m. Keystone Height Junior. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on cocktail table and attached next to State Farm 4tchg .....'Ione.. Cal 473-4217 473-4252
: tfnchg. Woman') Club. 1/24 Itch, corner of Lawrence Blvd .nd tables. '750. THREE K.y.ton. C.nt.r, CONCRETE BLOCK home.3BR. Now In ..k for Craig. 2/10-3/3
ALCOHOLICS Closed GARACS SALIi Sot., F.... and Flamingo near SR-IOO PIECE CORNER group.I( '''O/Ma; Keystone ., 2Batht .oaa nabI.. 2' Keystone Heights 4tpd
: ANONYMOUS 0 26, beginning at 9 am. and SR-21 Intersection, tabl. and 2 studio beds) In Heights Realty. Inc. mile north of Keystone Starke Melrose., GARAGE DOORi fiberglass/ .
meetings Monday p.m.Open S South Lawrence Blvd.. 4-separate office complexes excellent condition $ISO. REALTOR 4734961. 2/3 "!>ana "73-2615. 2/24: 'Itchg! Interlachen and or metal 16 ft. wide roll Repiln Of Maior
.. meetings 8 Keystone Height, 2 blk : corner lot with entrances Call"7322" Itpd NOW RENO 2 and 3 surrounding areas. type. Phone 473-3962 Electric Apple-nets
Alanon Monday
p.m south el red light. 224Itchg on 3-sldes, of 1976 OMCt Sierra Classic' 13 bedroom mobllehomes, evenings. 2/17-24 2lpd
p.m. All meetings at building. Own.r financed hoe l33/mo. and up. Call RBrR Serving Bradford *
Educational Building Com'munlty pickup. YMT kern. ft MM kttt placehi
: low Interest rate. Call 473-2879 or 4751078. Lak.
with Counties
Church 473-2790 or 473-3411 2/3 hydraulic "lift A/C' power Geneva Mobllahome Park FOR SALEFIREWOOD tee why ..'.. .......,. Classified Ads Ctay
473-4920 or brakes,
475.2130.213 tfnchg PERSONAL steering/power 'Lnmratt ..... KrytleMUsed
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo tfnchg r.ar stop bumper andtailgate ................................... I Get Results
SERVICES ALL NEW Itslt Chevy Diesel CallBarbara
dues, fees or weigh Ins. S30OO. Phone Steve Broadway i 1 Black Jock Oak .
:Open meetings Tu....,'., Conversion Von- 473-2689. Art Wheeler. l lj .",-.m...... BPJW. Flanders
AT/overdrlve, cruise, till 2/24 ItchgSubscribe 1 TREE SERVICE 1 473-7737 Mobile
.730 p.m. Community I CARPENTRY AND MAION.VWO.K air, elec. window and i Homes

:"Church Building' Educational K.yston.Fi.ights additions. Building, remodeling patio. ,. doors boards custom, AM/FM wheels, run Today j* Removal i !-- -- ----_ 2 & 3 Bedrooms
: 4732790. 2/3 hornet and tile work. Fr.
:nchg estimates. Phone 473-4473 stereo CB sink' Ice box, MONITOR j Trimming i pearce

BINGO Lion. Club across during day. 2/3 tfnchg clothes' closet. Factory 473-2210 Estimate Appliance One full ytxar1 Warranty
warantee, 36000 mil., Free Repair
Irom high school. Tuesays, t CARPENTER!! WORK Completely Reconditioned

:;Early 3:30 p Bird....7 Public p.m.; Regular'Invited. cabinet Remodeling and work trim carpen-kitchen- trailer high MPG.Dasher 15950.Ideal 332-7437 for Call pulling Johnnie or I I-Richards; RoofingfI'Rerooflng -| f| 473-4732 g All Work Guaranteed John D. Brown

2/3 tfnchg try. Reasonable price 332.0903.2/17.2" 2tpd I t Repair I 1 i After 5 P.M.. j 4 I All Brands. Including. Microwaves
OLD NEWSPAPERS anyone Call 473-2477 5:3C ALUMINUM BOAT LIPTSl and [Mobile Home Hoof* Serving. Lake Region Home Cente'r.IncoSR.II

the wonting Monitor th.m at please 473-2210 call ,CARPENTRY-ALL p.m. 2/3 tfnchg PHASES docks by Shore-Mailer. I .....Ira end Roof CeatIng.1| :Keystone Heights!: (tOot)...."7. ,

:S/10 during Hn business hours. Cabinets ing Trim., Framing Phone 473-2920 Form See Redf earn's display HWY 21N at or Mlk.call j,.}r.Free Esttmotes 473-264S | -; ...UceniBd.............A...Insured......-.....-i 1 473-3775 lC y. Ctn"Hgtl"
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473-2995. tfnchg -
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I Union AdsREAL WANTEDWILL INSURANCEMAINES FORRENT Classifieds pay in the long run.

County ,

used. mobile home. Ray 160 S. Lake Av., lake' Approximately 000 square 9.64-6305

Powell 496-3377. TFN 1/27 .ut,.... 4963978. Complete feet, for additional. .Information ._
call 4962261. TFN. n
'Insurance Service. TENSubscribe
ESTATE'' .... k Today/ .FOR' RENT hand, 1/2 bath. Dozier Service ,..,.Apartment-Maintenance
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...._". W'. ,:.. .; ':POUND.J.Hemtntr 1'j"O U'AST'bA CAiNtT L,\l M J 2 I partially. furnished+ ,.odd. an... II,.the lab:. "ttoeJJ: .t. jf-fijijiifcrti! .atfeo( ttf...ylfwj } v \ .* **y* I J
..) LOOKING FOR a special Management Area, no collar "STAPLSRr 'aught'a.( CLOSE OUT ON ALL.A..ICSI 'rSOe_ : 'r" 12)(16'm. ,12X12 utility No-rob. too big or tea.mall.' '' _' ,.. 49... /foII'JJ :.."Ihbn.n, .IJQO
piece of property If I extremely thin. Call demonstrator, used very No '
building. SI7S deposit. High Quality Work et
don't have It, I'll find It-Just 4963098. Itchg 2/24. little. Retails for S350, asking In stock. S3 ayard. 3 BR Concrete Block Dogs. Call 4962842. Itchg Reasonable "rlc... Experienced maintenance person needed for garden.. .
Phone 496-2219
oik.JANE S. USHER FOUND NEAR IMO Small $200. Call Lake lutl.rApartmenlll or trimmed In brick. Located 2/24. '
4963143. 4t7-10S4 apartment complexes consisting of, 94 units located In
REALTOR 496-2126 or female beagle' with leather 496-3141 and at 720 NE 3rd; St. near
496-2903. ....... "Your collar. No name. Tattoo In leave name and telephone' TFN 1021AUCTION Lake. -- '- Lake Butler and Starke.'Successful l applicant wil be
Union Realtor tfn Call and number. 2tchg 2/10 2/17. EVERY FRIDAY '
County ear. Identify. 2 BR14x14';
9/26. 96-30465.2/2" 2tchg 3/03 2S INCH ZfNITHi Color console AND SATURDAYS 7:30 p.m. ena-iyf. Living .room.13'x20' Business. Opportunity knowledgabte of basic maintenance skills associated
television' In walnut' In Macclenny Florida.
cabinet originally' sold forSS"9.95. Haulers and Buyers ; dining room Convenience Store With Gas with apartment maintenance.Good .
w.lc_. Call 2S9-2425 or ir.ir:' kitchen, irxiri For lease
Balance and
now 299-4471 for more Informa den 17xW with fireplace.WW starting salary excellent benefits: Apply in
'''22.60 or take up
of S38.22 tion. 4tchg beg. 2/24. carpet on hardwood confidence to:
payments per II...,.. .Need deem with
month. Call 1.76 acre of land.: strong marketing skills. r
9' free trial.' Stchcj 496-3182 2/10. for Classified Ads George Longley' Store currently csmpeny .......t.4. 1Starke : !
Capital required fee .
Get Results 496-2505 grocery Inventory.No
I. : good will or franchise fees. High woIu1ocotIott : Lake Butler fiViaint.
I REALTOR i available I* L". ....... and Sterfce. '
i Call Collect Fred Powell
P.O. Box'17 ', .
JANE S. USHER Now ,.Area Cod. .13-870-3030 .
Accepting Applicationsfor Panama '
.: .City, Florida 32401, '"
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496-2126 or 496-2903 .

140 W.Main SI.;lake Butler FOR SALE FOR SALE FOg,' Iq
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One & Two Bedroom Apartments "
LAKE BUTLER... 6'-4.13 7' 4.76 TWO ACRES 13.995..r 2 .36"25ct.
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'* US Ac... Front. New River In Union County., "'.5.09'.6.03; : 0'-4.99f acre. Nlc. ........,..,.'Onemile ... m prlntrngnewVpopOr1'. : '

Appro. 20 Acres on '..221 with 4 .In. W.II. LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTS Ad S .. 11''7.62; 12'-..26. W. 46B'1180 south after on 3OI 5 ', 2/17 Call Great for '. mina'? fepdirfobs. 1
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4 s.. 2 BA Cent. Hon 1 A.. 4tehg 3/10 \ .. County
Calf toll fr.
*!l'/ 10 Acre Homesit.s. 1009 T..r.eoo.3042.2702.I126 / .iOStfnJCL!
Owns Financed.. S.W. 6th St.. Lake Butler Florida '- tfnFIRIWOOO WATKINS PRODUCTS .
IS Acres .. RicoNornoNtr> TV-JI. c |
wooded. Owner "one.... FOR SAIS. Oak famous for the extracts'splceS'llnamont '
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS.. .....'.. 'length 24" to *. Calf ers -starting' at' "'00.00. 'I
1'3: Ac,... Owner finance. No down APARTMENTS FEATURE '40In. 1/2 cord S30.Mik.. Crapse. 787-3066. ,I Trade-In's welcome fhan
pmt. : < ,
firewood oak wllldallver.2/1721pd2/24"' '964S212.1l tfn, ,. \
10.S Acres. Wooded fenced cress-fenced. Ideal' ', : 'O'i I ; scrap or .
,. Subscribe yl' CORD Of SPLIT OAK WOOOt
FOR SALE pin. S1O truckload Sun.'shine
homeslte. Fin. avail. Wall to wan carpeting ''Draperies ANTIQUE RKFRIOIRATORlKelvlnator Delivered, '$7 .
'Refrigerator Acre: *. West 16 Call. { 94-7763,
2 Bdrm. Mobile Home with one acre. 'u.... end Honda Accord>> LX M4-769o.. We load for side .by side. 12 2/03 Mrs AMRMAU
.Im."oed. Small dawn ...- and "IU.... -.... Stove On-Slght Laundry facilities Motollc rocI' ........ Sun between 9:30: a.m. to 2:30 you talent Auto-defrost. Ex CUB. $550. Pickup ::;j
.J..ACROSSE... roof, A/C On*owner. 3xp.m.. Mon-Frh 12/16 tin cootdlJlloath camper, me ,jack. $690.: ('!
:1 .d,.... CI house with one sc,. '..121.Owner will cellent' ......1tIatt. *MOO. COASTAL BURMUDA HAY SNTradlng Post Min. C riding mower with
33inanc... t.4-7SS Good quality large balsa.Moll at Waldo Itpd 2/24 'rotaltlll.r'>push blade. IEer462.SM
11 STARKE.... Equal Housing Opportunity I ,B1.7S per bo''.. M.I Con. SID BV WOi RIFRrO/t cu. SSSO. Hicks, .....51.. ...'Itpd

Lovely :3 adr.... home In attractive _..h........;,. Rental Assistance Available for those who qualify f nor., "" .5222.1/6 tin It.,SI M. New been car seat.used.S20.never ,2/24 ti ,.
Pat) St.Nlc. >WbscrlboT.d.yl WOOl) BURNING STOVE

.large lot In ottrectlve Hampton Oaks off US 101 I Ioufn WANTED T LtY ARGENTINA Highly fertllhied.BAHIA J..' M.HAY Ed- 'S20.Aluminum 964-4634 fold after away 7.,\bid..... ,Muskogeei Complete. I with, "
I Itchg 224BIDROOM water werniei on side'
words 964.3379.2/174/pd
l cON.r SUITI'and farmequipment. .OV_. ,and top, warm*
.. Pu I FRANKLIN FIREPLAC7LOrg. 1 "* -6366. 2/24 ,Good shape. SSSO. 'I .
- $tasre P..* *
model all cast Iron. SI SO; 2tchg3O3,5"4 1 ? Jf, Itchg 2/24 .
96481 ,'Slegler kerosene heater BOAT; MOTOR, ;TRAILI '. ./USCD TlHi ** 10 ft.length*., ::)
with floor weep, S2OO.Coll Utility trailer..,;,glt t.b442: ......"r 301 '"South; Stark. .
.....7..... 1/27 tin for more Infc. )4kM attar_, ren'..4Weldlng Shoe.
Rent to Own. >Subscribe Todey S p.m. 2/24 2rchg 3/03 2/24 2tpd 3/03 '
,Coastal ,1*" GIRLS BIKI. S30 console' '
Bermuda Hay MAL: 4 yr*. old. ArgentinaBahla stereo and". ,tape player. P tnabuL; HOW.:
'G..4 ". .. grass ....,. large S1SO: ,I. tlr\l9't ,,0' 3. BedroenM.2: bath LRV',
or rent from month bate," .7."tt.L" roll*. .64-6411, 2/10 3tchg chrome tab!.. $50.and .aitf! Dit. K.. 51 .000..Laca_ ,
212. tc .....
MoL Csnner 2/2. U'r .iI.I ,' nl....d.
94-m: Svb.Tenf.y l BOAT.WOOLCO'STORI. MOTO.1fAIt A-h. St.. an SR 22S,. .
to month Responsible' party Wonted. to;' TRAILER. Eoctrl4 .tOrt. 15 Call .....",.. alt..,r 6:00 ,

: mall monthly' : ft. 37511 hp, Xi 'l3coy' I 't'1,2tpd
aitAOFOilO'.ssune' 9b4 Itpd : t.LlMIEROCK .\<
on .pl/ "
RlrRIOMATORtSofaand ,
sole PtX1U
'- Can. be seen'' t
.'' Write. (Include' 'Manneejuint, c.,,...,., and choir A .........4O \
'" SAUS.7IJ-J172 'phone number) Credit rock, glass ,.how 4se iools.,., gas' ........ \ Call,
TYPEWRITERS S [-DreMleMKed.Bklg.S Manager. ".'O., Bon S3tj ,,4..k., file cablrfit* Softer 4pm. 96...1IN5.or! .
-d.FID Send. Beckemeyer. It. e22lf, ehalr. fluav-scent ftrijfc.l64ltpdf24 *b
eT..lofIelcNtr Bark ,2/173fdog. 102Classified. used carpet. 2 p4onoifoTS. ..Or4O ..a BAM TtUCK
CALCULATORS t.. <**" andJSfootlrwrel: 'Ii
'--- and I brock.rpoewpetsek. +i i...Her. BothTr, : .",
d ;err 9Heavy' Ads 1I1c..... ,.....51.. Upel 212"" tkm. 533-2474.3/24: good Ifn'SINCtlftV

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I Copying Machines i L -On, US-SOT. '-rfl'I I;I'' WAYNE K1NNEY, A

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118 W.. Call $t.. Storlte, 964 774L { ....... dock.1M... 'h9L '

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pity,. and household PIANO for your child only HOME PARK. Mobil. REAt: ESTATE SAUSPEOPUi 4
II...... Two mllos' north of $22.SO/mo., plus small l homes and spaces for rant. LAKE MONTAGEi Excellent Scholarships avallabl forunlicensed ILL'S SAW SHOP Complata EXPERIENCED PAINTER rufill, g r
Starka. .no
Mohrosa on Stato M. 21, moving crtarg.AII rant Recreational .vehicles. flihlng. parsons. ERA sharpening service, circular Neat work Interior or exterior

Iteho; 224PRIDAY > and moving applies' to >ochooo. 'welcome 1 : ,..... 468-2912. collect calls.. 964-6290. Faulkner Realty 964-5063. hand carblda, Free astlmatas REALTYPIIOQfE
a SATURDAY t Parramara 9/16 tinMOB 2/03 tin 10/28 tfn chain mower blade hollow Reasonable prices with
a.m. to 4 p.m. 801 S.Colley Oaks- Mall. Gainesville.Music (. HOMES FOR RENT IOU NIA1.COURTi Conc..,. TRUCK MECHANIC to help ground and balancad.leave good references. Cell

Rd. Under thaliar. Coma: 378-3626. 11/11 tfn ,On mil. from Stark. city ,block. 3 SR. 1 BA. Excellent maintain small/ Hoot of at Jackson Building 964-S177. Itpd 2/24 '

see u* and brows I tod ..... limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 W. .neighborhood, ana block tractor trailers. Must babb. Supply In Etarka. Keytsone! DAYTIME CHILD CAM, Near
2/24 STUDIO Today Call 468-1323. 10/O7lfn. .school rout. Pleas' *, not to rebuild anginas. Height or Lake Butler. Prison, Coll Kathy 964.7776.e.
1133 S. BROWNLHi Friday MAlnMINT.1210.flrot. KITCHINIFFICIRNCYRooms collect call. '...6250. transmissions and rear TFNchg Crawford at 9647276. CICluamWIWUI
tat: Saturday 10.5. !lop last month rant plus for rent at low 2/03 HnCOUNTRY .. Must have own SIWINO MACHIHIS t, 205 N. Temple, Stark' '

clothes, toys. aM. Itpd cleaning deposlrrtltlllrlesaxtra. weekly rol... Call Tompl. SETTING 4 BR. _9646619.. 2/17 2tchg RIPAIRIDt All makes BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES
2/24 Call ....7347 and Motel '...7351. 9/16 1.25 aero.. Pecans. carport 2/24 cleaned oiled and adlusted. .
GARAGE SALEl F.... 26. I 533-2137. 1/13 tfn EOW/tfn workshop garden Subscribe. Tdayl SIS. Work Now Listing

a.m. Location south 4B-SSAT RESTAURANT I CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for area. Quiet. '''.500. I If YOU NEED EXTRA guaranteed. Jams Estate ....-.rIde 3 SR. 2 BA CH/A. 2 flrepl.... Four'

Lawranca Blvd." Keystone EQUIPMENT for rant. rent. On Hwy. 16 W. Close. ....5610. Itpd 2/24 MONEY willing to work. Strickland corner MorganRd. BUSINESS FOR SAtliSuocassful ..... Fenced and cressfenced, with "barn In Lawtey-

Hgts. Two blocks south-of Reasonable. 964:6784. to prison; Call 4681323. ATTRACT CB HOME 9 Avon noads you. Call and Hwy 16. TFNchg clothing store with ..301. .

rod light. ttchg 2/24 1/13 tfnSubscribe. 10/07 tfn.HOUSEKEEPING. bedroom, 2 bath. Control Pomona Crapse. 782-3068 CHAIN LINK FENCE Install minimum Investment .Spacious brick 3 BR 2 IA completely equipped kirk .

Today. !. and sleepIng heat end olr. Cozy family 2/17 4tpd 310SvbecrikeTodayl ed. Freo estimates. HandyMan Ideal for mon and wlfo. Chen. D/W stove. ,.". ... microwave even .beeutlfufcwstem
ROOMS Mco and neat. Air. room.. TV and Air. Good/ ..repl.... Flo.. Ream .dl|.'
CARS ATRUCKS hoot Underwood room with fireplace. I BRAND NEW-Ground floor .Ft>fic. Co.. own4tt Will train Reply to P. O. drapes throughout.
and Motel 3 miles
TV. $40 and up location clow to chooli. Wo 'need several Tommy Reddish. .....1559. Drawer A, Storka, Florida to 20.40 swimming peal w/ettract. fence for privacy.
of Starka
par week. Call ....9992. north 301. 9/16 tIn on Call ....71..7 after 4 p.m. opport.dynamic woman In the tfnpd ./82TYPIWIITI. 32091. Sprinkler' system. Nka Utllv. Blrfg. In Viva Oaks near
ask Highway
far Peggy. 1/27 Btpd OPIN THAT BUSINESS IN Club for aeH B tennis. -
Itpd 224FRAME REPAIR Call Country
QUIET CLOSE, CONVENIENT Stark. Keystone area to
JEEPS KM $.... through tin UNniRMSHED' HOME Three 4 BR. 1.29 ocr... HOUSli 2 Bedroom "help us 'launch tha most tho Office Shop 110 W. month Rent to own or rant *Art EiclHng 5 Interesting Feet Local residents are
to month. Office
U.S. Govemmenlf Get tha badraams, ana bath Chain link back yard. $390 1 bath. Extra largo lot. exciting program today In Call St.. Starko. for details. furniture, doing' the.heavy 'Investing In and. around the area. ,Isn'tthat ,

loot today Call ((312)) .7047.2117 2tchg 2/24 mo., first last security. Owner at 726 E. Laura St. the glamour field. Absolutely 9643764. tfn calculators. Also typewriters hove ana healthy and goad .1...,

7421142. Ext. 609. 2/17 ...........THorI ....5610. Itpd 2/24, Itpd no Investment! Subscribe. Today copying machine for rent. * *

EOW 3131 RENT TO OWN or rant FURNISHED APARTMENT 224WANTED Send brief resume Immed. GLASS CUT TO ORDER Coma by today. THE OF. Canneriy Istats-New 3 BR, 2 IA hem an 1 cleared
TRANS AMI Auto. to: Porsonnol Dopt., PO Doors, windows, ate. _n.f.,.....
74 tram.. month to, month. Office Ttto 'bedrooms) Lights and Bait 1192 Orange Park Ft FILE SHOP. 110 W. Call St.. ac. Owner
.459 angina.. Goad ........ Furniture, Typowrltars, hot water furnished. No '32067. 3/24 2tpd 3/03 JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Starke. 964.5764. fin Country Club litotes brick 3 8R, 2 BA. Garage an t

Best off... 496-2841. Itchg Calculators. Also have pets. ....1071. Itpd 2/24 ,AXLES Ol TIRES 2 oxl_ -I4 rwo psora TO DO BOOK- "' -6071. Orders also 1/3 A. S7S.OOO assum. mtg.Five .

2/24 haavy duty copying 2 BEDROOM, IVt' BATHt. tI.... We pick-up. $100: KEEPING for small private tokon In lako lUtler MOBILEHOMES Oaks. Selling Price-SSI.600. ..1.... 3 BR, 2 BA:

71 VOLKSWAGEN 'machine far r..... THIOF"ICIHOI'.110W.Calilt. Central air/heat. S50 You deliver. '125. Ollnt school. For Information 496-3079 and Keystone Fireplace. garage. .
964-6974.. 2/24 2tpd 3/03 ., security. ,SI 99 par mm. Mobil. Home Sale. Hwy. contact testy at St. Mark's Heights. 4734973.226 tfn Lake ......,-.rk... 2 pretty ecres, 3-cer carport SP :
1MI fOlIO COURIER Pickup Starka. 100 W Stark ....5606. Pro-School. FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS FOR SALE SS8.SOO. Ownar Fin....
964-S764. tfn First last located on Mornings
truck. Short wheel be... ng.
Good Condi. MOBILE HOME Two Forsytho Rd. 964-8407. TFchg" ....891... 9/24 2tchg 3/03 .lltrl Lolr. Santa ..-_utlful home with guest cal :
A/C. 9-Spaad. '
Subscribe IWANTIDiOLD 144 W. Call St.
'MATURE REUABll WOMIN lage. H. H .111 .
Hon.064.5049. Itchg 2/24 bedroom. 964-9261 or Itchg 2/24 1974 IS a eSi With tip-out.
9646112. 2/17 tin TOOLS-OLD needed for full or part time 944-7303 MH-3 BR, 2 BA an hi 8 dry protty'ocre. 301 South...
1982 MONTI CARLO OlaMl. Split 2 bedroom w/full
Subscribe STANLIY PLANES Phone care of oldarly' mala. Open ....71 Acres on Wilson Rd. 5 230.: 11000. Can be sub-
........ Teday
lua/tan. 9,000 36 bath
LAND 964-8331, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Starfco residents. Hours T.W.SF. 9 HI BtSOThurs. In each 100 percent: divided.Energy. '
1 titpg. Hwy. Laodad. awi.apt RENT TO OWNi Or rant 468-1551.1120 tfn electric, central Heat S AC.
or and flexible. Work 11 AM Ml 7 PM .
days Efflclant-Beeutrful ham
FOR SALE overlooking golf
windows. $500 month to month. Office
power SOMIONI TO HINT TO Retrlg.. and W a D
"'jlown,, and ..... up furniture. typewriters, OWN or rant month to does not require. Some professional lifting ... 9AMt113PM hook-up range shag carpet.V.ry cou,... 3 ... 2 BA. Owner financed.
pay_. Call 933-2200.: calculators. Hove training. AppoI- 4O Acres-S7.900 on graded read off SR-233.
On. ACRES month. Office furniture clean.
8 11 PECAN Asking $9.000.
TRIES and light caretasks.
Nat Always/ Necessary
Two Homes-612 614 Lake
2/24 2tpd 3/03 St.-SM.SOO.
heavy duty copying Two b.droom h_. 6 ft. typewriters, calculators.Also Call collect, ((703)) Cash. 272-3324 ...onln".. .
1/7 tfn
Reduced t IS Rd..
1910 HONDA ACCORD LX machine _lIabl./ THE Have heavy duty Home Acres. $40,000. Off Forsytha
after S 2/17 2tpd 2/24
fence 15 south
miles of 347-7323 Itchg .
p.m. .
'with unroof. AM/FM OFFICE SHOP 110 W. Call copying mochl,... Hurry Subscribe Today 11.70 IXPANDOi 47 Acres and charming brick homo en Rd. 100 West.
Lake miles 224WORKSHOP living
30 from
._ tope..One St.. Starka. 9645764. tin Coma by today/ and chock BRADFORD SEPTIC SERVICE Pecan trees, to*I I.
Awl At Sunshine
Garage kept. 964-785J or Gainesville on Interstate Residential pump-outs, room new. Many.x.tros. .22 Acres N. el Rd.. 221 Beautiful
TWO-1 BEDROOM APART,. us out. THE OFFICE SHOP (Hampton area)
Acr. W.A.C. .
S7SOO bast offer.Call .
462-3388. licfcg 2/24 ,MINTS. 125. 524 Cherry 441 IL 18' JCT. Asking. 110 W. Call St., Starke. $55 .wo also _lay drain or trees-reeds-can .. subdivided.. '
174 PLYMOUTH DUSTER '.S47.0OO No realtors, duties: Supervise and Instruct linos .....121.11111 tin 473-7SO2. 2/24 2tchg .... .
St. ...-/WCM. 2/24 2tchrf 9645764. MnSub.crlba fanai..r.t.rd.d .HPf.. .211. en Wilson Rd. with 10X financing.
A/C AT, PS.'Radio body., .3/03 ; pleaso., 732-5361. 2/10 Today primarily aNT TO OWN Office furniture 3/03 c.v1ont to ovorylhlng. ,

tlr... Vary good.Machankally APARTMENTS Furnished.. siMsanss TODAY USED REPAIRABLE washers, social adults skills and and workskills activities typewriters 112 FlIETWOOOi Three. .Valuable.. 301 N. frontage-30 Ac. with CB lid,.
bedroom 2 bath. ...70
strong. air conditioners, and calculators and
of ono heavy 750 W. Madison St.-Steel bldg.Zoned for officeSpacious .,
Jteloncy and on* bedroom dally living.
brakes. muffler. :AS.OOO of Stork. off SR-16. Tworowi mobile home. Total elec
refrigerator 9..- 8. '. machine
school duty copying paved .....
All/ utilities In- Qualifications: High
original, ana awnar nil' ... of trees trlc. 3-ton air conditionerunit.
acrossoast 2/17 .
paean 4rchg .
cluded. From $1 IS degree, six months Inhuman available. Orr rant monthto 33 Ac. 8 20 Ac. off SR-235-House t 2 A. Owner fin.
11295..7..2. 1tp42/34 per ma. and. Ready to build CARS $1300 down take
Running or not.
experience. Must month. Coma by today. Cosy CB Hem en Rd. 100x-$3e.000.Tak.s. only .
173 DODGE KINO CA| Inquire 308 N. .Cherry. St. ...$24.500.272.1229 (Mid- Will take almost anything.Ph. over payments of $183 opt
... THE OFFICE SHOP. 110 W. op-
CETA eligible. S3 35 per p.... $4,000 to get Into this oralHampton
All Itchg 2/24
Pickup.*73 now tlroe. NIAR THIRISSAtTwobedroom .dleburg). Itchg' 2/24 ....7970 after 6 p.m. hour 6 hr. Mon.-Fr$. Sandsums Call St.. Stark ....-"... prox. 10'/ yrs. loft. Call leke-lir .n I.... 2IO-Custam brick
$1493; Mercury wagon 2/24 3/03 "between 9 1
TWO LOTS Each 2tchg and
FOR SALEt a m. 2pm.
Good shape,. $630. Must ,' ana bath. $149 to Sunshine AcroI.P. WANT TO DIINK'THATI .. Owner f _.... II........
.6.97 acres. High and Dry. CANDY STRIPER PINAFORE ... .166. 2/24 2tpd 3/03
O. Box 309 Starko,
Mil. 964-6888 224MOTORCYCLES YOUR BUSINESS 20-A Primitive Church Rd. 3 walls 2 septic tanks.
Itchg par mo. plus $100 sec Partially cl.ar.d with Slzo small or ....... In good Contact Bob
Available 32091. WANT TO STOP Country Club building lots-U.OOO to SII.OOO.
only condition. 964-5610.
of Itchg
timber Six miles
Larimer 'I' Director.
months. No house pots.i 2/24 THAT-SOUR lmprsslv brick .n 1.7 Ac. In Country Club ara.Asam. .
i Ph. 533.2974.ltpd 2/24 Lowt*y, Hwy. 139 OWner CHURCH PIANIST 4734432. 9647699., 2/24: 2tchg" 3/03 Alcoholics Anonymous vIt. ...... of S40.OOO. S'4". 1,v J t : .
financed. 7823192.' 224OHS ,, .
. .
"*, 964-418 .. 964-8434 u .Popular caner Colla Water $t..luwmcimig .11,' ,'.
.2 Bft MOBILE NOML, /ldults ACM lOTi / "
1f IO 46A'& ',' only. No pots. 964-7619 or Foclng.SR-16. SMAUFARM.:TRACtOm.'jn.good MISCEL 1tEOUS''"'*" I- '""' -9646894NEED 1.61 Ac. with. 200' frontage 301-across: from Holiday '
Good l.W.; Septic tank llgh. polo.** HELP TO au.N'up
> condition. law 9648614.Itchg 7/24 condition. Please calf. Inn. Owner fin.
Miles. 964-5043. 'Jtehg 2/24, I,IN COUNTRY Two bedroom well Installed. Sailing 964.5842. 2/24 3tpd 3/10 and haul away your |funk? .2 lots an Sampson lake-Both with 100 on sea,.,.
HONDA 3 0* Four cyl. 1973. traitor. Call .....6861.Itc" _c., $6900. $500 down .mil FEMALE POO to good Wo will do It for a small too Mlnl-Sstatoi. Spacious, brick home 27W on I ac. Must
$500. Call ....6565 aftor4. ", $90 par month at 19 % In- homo. Has boon spayed or stuff wa haul away. 01 seat to appreciate.Klngsley .
2124 terest. Ph. 964-5606. 2/24 LOSTFOUNDFOUND and has had all ....... .
p,"'. 2/24 innSubscribe 9646279. Call anytime orcon lake-lmmeculote., brick duplex-77
I ACRE LOT SR-227 782-3433 783-3718. 2/17
on facing or by 436 N. Polk St.
Today 00a4 Inv.._.
Upstairs. Stove Brookar Rd: Selling price, A Groot Place to 2tchg 2124 ......
1/27 tin .
BRADFORDCOUNTY refrigerator and carpet. ,FREE' WATCHDOG. Mal. .Como.let. shade trees, 3 I",'2 BA CH/A
16000. 1.000 down $229 Rent Office Furniture and SubwrlbeTodaylPREVINT '
$165 mo. $150) security par month at I9X Interest.Ph. Equipment. Rent to own or Two b.autlfupuppl.s. CHIMNIY FIRES Buy with carport. SP $44.700.Classified.,
lovely 3 BR Homo 'A
'cIopoolt.4CM N,' Cherry St. ...5606. 2/24 tfn month to month. THE OFFICE savan wooks old. an
.. They can expensive I Ac.;. Plus lot In country. Ex
Call ... .221 after 6 p.m. SHOP110 W. Call St., ....7135. Itcha 224TAILS
wood Ads
964-6305 I stoves callant buy S25.SOO..
____ .. n__' _" PIONEER Stork. 964-5764. tin SAW Craftsman. and fumes cleaned. No'm.
A block Som. tools 3'" hp gas Get Results
Shop & CompareD!! .ELECTRIC CO. and white Cocker Spaniel, .angina. Soma ml.c.cobln.fI. .... Call 964-8778 evenIngs 2H.9C10AC.
and weak....... G.
Well othorItems. Tracts of LandRANCHETTE
Special Insurance for Trailer Polo Spoclol English Shepherd. Baylass"Woofer. many

Mobile Home '200AMP-S2SO Hwy vicinity. Anlwars to 964-8328.: \tchg 2/24 Blankanshlp Chimney ;-9 SR. 2 BA
:DrHHnsjT Parks .'* Call ....655. 52124>> 2tpd 3/03 Curies Suzuki-Kawasaki of Starke
Daliwrsd ;
AH type* of Anywherewoin brick homo on 5 oc,..
.. after 3 llpd 2/24 .._____
Bradford County m. 69000. The Sensation of Suzuki r
2" t11ru6aast homeowner policies for ............... r ._

Rotary mobile hotneg. Curies Suzuki-Kawasaki of Starke Old Hems Restaurant. Wr are happy to announce our new shipment=

. UWg Equip. Olln's*' CaS for Mobile QUote HILL I Big Used Bike Sale 904 /$65.000 7S20931 Suzuki's LT125D, four wheeler, all terrain

.-Slslr---UCOMed-...v. ". 1979 Suzuki 6S550 ......_,'1.'" How 795" 804/788-3888 HOMI four stroke, six speeds, Including reverse.

Pam' Home Sales Appliance Repair 1973 Honda CX500.- ...... 't,1so Now 725.. P.O. Draw Our Reduction Sale ContinuesFor

.-. .-. .-..... ... . Elaine M. Mn, Agent 1978 Honda CB500F. .. .._ -ton Now 693" 301 S. Lowtvy example GS1000GX Base was '3.949"1

. _. N4'81 UsedPlumbing _964-5606 'C., 1980 Suzuki GS450S. ._ '11ti Now 1015M now '3,549.00

;")W J.oSenriCt Wsahar. Dry? 1980 Suzuki JR50. .....,. .w sNow195" VACUUM'SALE GS650EY Reg Base '2569.00 ;
,&Z Terms t WlCMBEPMRl .Dlshwas. .. .Alr
ora Ca.dlHen.rc.R.n .
. .. 1978 Suzuki RM125 ..... ...WM its Now 500" now 2,319.00 :
......) 1.-" l OVEIHM'MY ...,...,.. .

MAlt 01 iSSaLAW. .... Valuable Coupon NEW 4 USEDWe Big Savings throughout our Store

....,.. -.. .., . 238 S, walnut Sheet Our Prices Can't Be Beat
New InstallationRemodeling 1 I Dayton BHce Week Special Finance Our Own

Repairs, ins. Stark, Florida( II Complete Turn Upi parts not Included KIRBYS Hwy. 301 S. Slarki. Florid

.... .. lIB, 01 473-3549 4 Cyl. onty '39.99 ROYALS 964-6020
DmnrwuiciB'PUMP& OWN. MWPO 964-5849 ,i' 'I '2'Cyl. only 22.99 HOOVERS

. .
: :
1 Cyl. only '12.95 ELECTROLUX Longchamp Enterprise a A toc.
raga surf wRk Cm*. Elf*** Monk 1'. loss Inc. .
SMALL INOINI << StorageNow o.r PrJ.e.a CantBBtHwy. COMMERCIALWe ROOM TO CROW Just right for a growing family. 3 -.

COMPANY I.. 2 BA. 1SSO .. ft. fenced and :
SALfSCSIRVtCIChela Large backyard closeto
: . .. ..".".... ... laws Mewws RentingOur 301 S. 964-6020 repair aU makes elementery school..

4P* Ii.Tenpi. $.ww Grand Opening Special1st AI Young's .WHAT A DIAL 3 BR. 2 BA. Nice layout. Screened
and double ... .. :J
Ave. polio hug car Many extras. :
*MOBUIHOMIaiillA.res. ......... .SS7.800.
932 S.Walnut Month. 1/2 off'ex12 ... ... Since 1957 SINSATIONAll Beautiful '.. 1 BA. Lot .borders ... .
Stark I Ft. *4MDROOMIVt Sails..T_.. ...:.... '
,. ( .axttoKaalar'a, 8x12 10x12 12x18 BEDFORD) LAKI ,,gilt-mr ...aVssm, 1 Bath. 964.6918 .stocked pond. Maintenance free exterior.Jus .
J Lids LOTI These lots SS.OOO.: =
a Buys a start at :
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"' Own.lr.nalmie ajtat$........ .
H4-7Ht, )9614$61K. Inquire. ,al Suzuki-Kawasaki of.Starka, ,SOOKIR ARIAl 9 .........1..... kerne wrm $ :3 IM8i fwrtH of with swims., financing. ...., K.- :

-- - -- -------- Hwy 301 8. "6020 _M paved rsod........w a......,,.... .139.EN.. Stark M. US 301 Cell Today far details. en th.....
-- .a........ .hem Mca ............... c.ref. .- and ether properties we how. h.I'
... ........ .5.301 South :
.'...,'."" J x..530.000.. -
ERA *2 -..- .... ..... a. ..... ......... lot is Mlchaol, B..Coon.y, I R.altor .
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t.IV..S.par.ta irkstlep 1 ........ ... .SS3.000. Day96471s3vanings964N27 :
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964-5045; ; ,_ .
fI / I __ 1 Haigh rheH. rropet1l.., tete. ,

:'rn': "' (904; .28 -$444 MEALTORSFLORHAND(N4)/-$23l. LIMITED TIME ONLY : ;

J M.:W.),f *>rfc/w '. : P>.o.. sank ..4. w :

C.' Wovn*' P.rWns *"?w aav -.-- REALTY9anoo 3 Dr. I brick l veneer t
,, TAJ.P$ .' -.stlo.e :. ;; 1V4 bath central H/A1. .

I carport. dry room and carpeting j

:.H..It.Awr,....WlskoawrMaa. .. '393 N. Temple Av*., Stark on your lot. : ;
Vorrn ,r.Odin Broker Oil ,.w.+-wv. .
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NsawW1Yietirte $30,950.00)
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I Pell looking forward to '83 in speech to Quj f1rtef6 (;I7QJp.' .,. '1,1., .I lf' :: J

I proud of him" He told fans to "remember the
"We must never believe we have I Talking to the Bradford and Union "University Of Florida is Number tin .
I 1 the best" said Head Gator Coach fans present he Mid "You have been the state.-regardless.of what people''
Charlie Pell as he spoke to local gator tut your fighters, ors think-the University Florida ,will
j fans during the annual Starke Gator weenneed to carry on the battle cry Come out on top so.mewa.

Quarterback Club supper. I "Gators" in Starke. ,' .t,;.'..,""!,'.---..,.'f..,"' .t.l"'j, ", .' D, \ ,'.; 'I. .
the :1i\\. .. ,
David Steele who is known as 'i.1: .f" !i r.' : 'I"K.; ', t" : '"t ".
w "voice of the Gators" Introduced ..t
to the fans. .
Pell said "Don't believe we have t.C t..

the best because we never willjustas { .,
soon as we think we have got ahead 1 rY' ; I.. t* ,'I
In one area-look out here they come. Any, ,., : WHOLE
i of Florida ,
: In 1980 the University '
started a program to help the athletes i RO.om .; '
2 : :
with their studies. The program was :1Hous'e '
so good that it was written about in a

I.I. national Pell then magazine.commented"What do you & Halh"! a

1. think happened? Three weeks later tr t '$ 5 995
the University of Georgia sent someone '
down to check it out." f111 ,k' w ,
., ., X11 .
He went on to say"Don't ever get to ? 1495"J ys "' "
the point In our own mind or hearts I I '1 ll't a I. .
that were the only one that has it..we .
must fight scratch and dig to make r .' Additional
the best..and one day it t ; .
will : "Sola"Furniture : .
the best! Y
b4i .
He said one of the Improvements we .
are making this year Is the new press : "
box. "We're moving up notches, the $
press criticized our press box last T195"We j''
year so we are improving It." '
: Pell reflectrd back over 1982 tellingthe J $ -10195
audience to "share pride in our iti1: r" Also ;.
football players." : .
He went on to say that he did not Gator'Coach Charlie Pell: Clean) Drapes" .
like to dwell on the past "must put
everyting in our minds looking for- In the defense the Gators are starting
mented Pell "but there Is alot of
ward to 1983 we have got to move for- Pell said that no set plans have been ques-
this It will not matter
made for the football team due to the tions In the offensive backfield. over year. ,
Pell said that the Gators had good fact that recruiting just ended last now much a player has played before Florida ,Carpet Cleaning
with the this it's how
Pell fans encouragementabout team year goodhe
tuck this year. He said he week.'The staff meetings will begin gave'
Gator receivers especially Rets the job done that counts: &
would like to be able to say that we next week making some definite Dye Co. .
Dixon. "Dixon is under rated
6' 5"tackles weighing 270 plans. Wayne '
signed 12
pounds up but he could'nt. "They just Quarterback picture Is "solid at' in the SEC one of the best I've seen in, Pell also recognized Lawrence Pat 782-3559;
has been ,
were not there, commented Pell.' top" with Wayne Peace but we must many years commented Pell. ,terson from Starke'who
He said "There should be some ex-, have someone to replace Bob Huko. playing with the Gators for the past Lawtey
citing changes in the defense depart- Pell said he felt Wayne Peace was one "There is alot of questions in our several years. "We're sorry to lose
ment due to the fact that we have of the finest quarterbacks in defense' this year, most since I've him but upon his graduation from college (Satisfaction Guaranteed)
coaches. "Some new bloodin America. been here in 1979. We have the people he will be prepared to make a
some new
the secondary" commented.Pell. "The tail backs are strong," com- just haven't filled the spots yet." good life for himself" "We are very _

I j Inmate Parker Found Guilty in Circuit CourtFour

cases were placed on the, correctional officer Nov. 15 while at at FSP
docket to be heard in Bradford County Butler Transit Unit. Assistant State' Attorney Futch'
Circuit Court this week. The trial The state was represented by Assistant -, presented the state's case. The defen- LUXURY
docket had to be re-arranged when State Attorney Mack Futch. The dent chose to represent himself.
the first degree murder trial of FSP defendent was represented by Assis- Wednesday FSP inmate Phillip
inmate Fernando Quintana, scheduled tant Public Defender Rick Replogle. Elliott was found guilty of one countof in
for this week was continued. Tuesday morning a jury of six possession of contraband-a. 1983. Thunderbird. on Display our Showroom
Jury selection began Monday morn- women found FSP inmate W. T. weapon by a Jury of three men and .
ing and the first case was heard Mon- ,Parker guilty of attempt to committ three women. '
day afternoon with. Judge John J murder:,guilty of aggravated battery The defendent was represented by.. 1300. 'minimum iyv i
Crews presiding.FSP and guilty of possession of a weaponby Assistant Public Defender Replogle.The .
inmate Cornell Bernard Con- a state prisoner. state's case was presented by I
ley was found not-guilty of battery Parker was charged with stabbinga Assistant State Attorney Thomas allowance on all t i
f upon a law enforcement officer. Con-, correctional officer and an Inmate Elwell.
ley was charged with battery upon a Sept. 4, 1981 on U-wing's second floor
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fleeing or attempting to elude a police : Oranges
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:t A warrant from Union County % .
charged Parrish with larceny of an 1 ,
automobile. The van was stolen from 99 ,
the Crossroads Bar on SR-100. I doz. I Luxury Market
Parrish was released to mental 1 Regular I
health and taken to Lake City. 'W '. ,

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possible chest Injuries or broken I f. J I 11 K !

ribs. He also had a bad laceration SEAFOOD, February Speeial ;
over his forehead and another over (
his left eyebrow according to
Trooper D. C. Roberts. I :

I Brenda Gail King, 19, of 79 ,, Ford LTD's
was taken to Union General HosPital I Mullet. . .. . .. . ; . :;\ I Savings
\ She had a possible leg Injury and ..,'
forehead laceration. $ 1.59 $4295 .
Carlisle was charged with failure to I Catfish. .. .s. . .-.Ib., ", I over invoice J'L. :: .", :
yield turning left when he turned his I ; "
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$ 7..00 :ae
vehicle into the path of King's oncoming 2.89 tTIt'" .CAGEM., liLli' .1...., i- .
vehicle in the 5:20: p.m. accident, | Oysters '. ,... .. . .Pt List QL tNS TFNS $ MOUO aTNn. ..EXTRa CIIuh i l .
t said Roberts. .. ", 10,5' 76. :w t":3I1'l.t l uU6.s' ._'r.. .'.\ 2 Mbt { 1 t \ ,;
Carlisle, 1980 '
driving a Ford was :.140SLeO: illa, sf STRIPES 1
southbound on SR-121. King driving a 1 Norman's Farm Produce Free .S9ELA1CLKFS 5 UtL rJ S ,,_! I J ,
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1973 northbound. As the ',
Pontiac was : I FNQTF "IR.OR,' _........l...'_..."< .. '\J'" .

vehicles left in the approached path of King's Carlisle vehicle.turned The I I II Options 209'' 'lit: MAP HECL1NFRS P?Ca{ltEf ns _tmiVoj '. \' :tIJt: W. )II ,rl!t
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Pontiac collided with the Ford before -"NF REL4 Rust. : : : ,
coming to rest in the east ditch. Added 'VALUE! \\1W' \." ..' '..1 '
Damage to the Ford .was 3500. I L US 301 North Starke'. 964.001: 3 | :,'.:". MMEFL: OPTIO'NiPR06R.N.COVFRS !! luUT .n I,'."JF''gl:8g.: '. :::18:'
Damage to the Pontiac was 1000. "'PFIt"-'lfT'.l _
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