Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04303
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 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: UF00027795:04303
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Dolph Reddish isn't anxious to be sued and says the office of Attorney
General Jim Smith is aware of what Bradford County is doing. to Improve the ,
safety of its 33-year-old office I
The state attorney's is preparing to file suit against Bradford, Columbia .
and Osceola county jails, the Florida Tlmti-Union reported Wednesday, ,
March 2.Though.
Sheriff Reddish didn't want to say too much Wednesday afternoon, it I
i was his first-thought answer to word that the state attorney general's office i Is
f readying suit against the county for fire safety violations at the tail. |
A second floor fire escape door and stairwell has been operational for several
weeks at the county jail at Pratt and Broadway Streets in Starke. The sheriff
said a representative is coming today (Thursday, March 4) to inspect the jail ?
and survey it for a fire detection system, the next big step. the county Is taking to I K"
improve safety standards. :
At present the jail is also being painted inside and out. '
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t I we're in good shape at the jail," says Sheriff Reddish."It .

,Y boils down to things, I guess It's good to have but we never have been able
to afford The county has just provided the necessities," Reddish says.

1r The Ttmea-Vnion quoted attorney Jim Peters of the attorney general's office
) i as saying "the time's overdue" to make county jails comply with fire codes.
7 Sheriff Reddish admits Bradford County had a Nov 30 deadline to come Into
compliance with state fire codes,and admits the county missed the deadline but
has been working steadily toward making the corrections listed.
Bradford is making the changes and improvements that need to be made
slowly and surely, in its own way and the cheapest way possible with Inmate
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o county could have met the Nov. 30 deadline, but the County Commission, with .
Members. \ an ever-tightening budget, opted to save money. f
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YIi: "Citizens need to know it Isn't. crisis situation," Sheriff Reddish stated | i
Superior, the top rating'lld Excellent; the Second. top rating, was won by Standing: K.y Watson Pnrterfleld. George LeVasser. Bobby Wednesday afternoon.
all of these Bradford High Band members. ,iFrarapton.. and Richard O'Steen4..,,j Money for the Improvements came from one-time state grant 0IS13.480'
They are jtt-rJr : Not shown i..Donna. tirade.. .' l i given two years ago.Sheriff Reddish recalls. It was suggested that the grant be'
Front center, seated: Faith Roberts and LeAnn Flynn. $ .used for law enforcement and the county commission agreed with the sheriffs k

, .. .ated. second'' ''' rows, Brenda" Bawck' ',.".Lynn!! Futchr! Sellna! !, Caisels, ewe ;See"age Jk'for' story and i picture eI the band's District contest and Friday s $"esUon.hat\ the money be used for maintenance of the deteriorating Jailv.! ( '
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I Power Plant ,Insurance, Policy M!ores City Closer to. Bond Issue I"I I

Emergency purchase of a $10,000 the insurance "policy,.Roberts stress Road lit Starke. Bradford Development per\(month going throug'; the River city commission lacks such authority. dinance. The change will delete the ci
Insurance policy- for the city power ed. ; Authority officials pleaded with side-plant, or the equivalent of about Commissioner Charles Schaefer ty's current 3-year limit on non-,
plant) was approved 'Tuesday'night. For "selfyinsur'ed" power plant the city commission to reconsider the 165 households. told the council five houses in Knights conforming uses. The county rule
March 1, by Starke commissioners. 'has been by the city, fee, and finally promised the councilthe Quarters in the Reno section of Stake which has no such deadline will
It is a requirement of the bond issue which city officials have felt was less, Development Authority would. pay In other March 2 action, the coun- constitute a health hazard and shouldbe replace the 3-year time limit. Under
the city expects to let sometime in than adequate. But the city was un- whatever fee was. set, cU: removed. Schaefer said the owners the county rule a non-conforming use
March that the power plant on East willing to pay exhorbitant premiums. When engineer Lucas refigured the j of record lived In Miami but are now can be taken away only if the property
Call Street, valued at $1.8 million, be The council approved ,.Commis impact fee using figures supplied by .Reeived what CPA Pat Farrn deceased. burns or the building is destroyed,
Insured. There was no time to ask stoner 'Charles Schaefer's motion to Riverside ,Uniform, the fee was sworth,, termed one of the best audit Attorney Brown said the city wouldbe and then there is a 12-month time
bids, and besides when bids have been ''approve, the $10,000 policy offered by; reduced only slightly.to some 169,000. '< report It has ever had. Clerk Neil in the same position it was with limit on that stipulation.
previously asked they came In at Roberta as an emergency measure. Local Riverside plant Tucker says he is aware of the short Martin Tackle when the building
$40,000 or $50,000 according to, City: Invited Holloway told the commission ManagerDale comings in the city's management burned but the city could not go on the .Accepted the resignation of bend
Commissioner Jimmy Crosby. Riverside several months ago he had figured onan letter In the report but won't be able property to clean it up without permission trustee Brad Carter who Is moving to
The new policy is being supplied by' 'To Negotiate Impact Fee impact fee around $1,200. i to do anything about the items, such from the property owner. At- Arcadia after a promotion to assis-
George Roberta Insurance Co. Riverside Uniform Co. on Edwards Commissioner Charles Schaefer' as property records,until the new city torney Brown finally got Dave Mar- tant superintendent of Desoto Correctional
through a special branch of Aetna In- Road will be invited to meet with the said Tuesday night that Utilities, computer Is completely operational. tin's address and secured permissionfor Institution for youthful of
surance Co. which specializes in In- city commission March 15' to Director Merrill Dees has been the city to clean up his lot on North fenders.
suring such plants, Roberts ,told the negotiate the uniform rental, com- gathering figures on the city's actual .Approved the drawing up by City Temple Avenue and Washington ,
commission. Inspections by pany's sewer and water Impact f_ cost,. which he places at around i Attorney Terry Brown of t proposed Street. Calvin Henze'general manager of
engineers of the insurance company Engineer Jim Lucas figured an Impact $30,000. ordinance giving the city authority to Florida Municipal Power Associa-
will be made and may require the city fee.of $71,710 for Riverside priorto Lucas told the council last Oct. 19, go on private property to correct Asked Attorney Brown to draft an tion, was present to give the city
to build health hazards and tear down amendment to the nonconformingusage another run-down, on the prospects of
to spend additional dollars to carry the company's agreeing that his $71.710 Impact charge was
out some of the requirements to keep uniform' rental l plant on Edwards based on one million gallons of water delapidated buildings. At present the section of the pity's zoning or electricity generating plant.

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he's'' wife Selma thai they've never had
> been battling Leon says got some "honey 1
'"Leon'Ellington has do's"'waiting on him. After a few time to do, such as an unhurried. trip .-%
Bradford County roads for the past 30 months he's liable to be back working to the mountains.
year and leukemia for'the past 13'yean somewhere. One job offer has already Ellington's[ Feb. 21 letter to the
,and.,so far,all-I'eU.nd!' good. been tendered. County Commission states i-
.. ''Road Foreman Ellington hsa'won Back in 1970 Leon'was told he had After serious consideration,I have
.the battle with the county roads. At 4< !9-4 years to live, "and I stlU don't reached a definite decision to retire... ? 'dI
p.m. last Friday afternoon Feb. 25. know what the future holds for me." You will readily understand my decision -
Ellington turned over the keys to the 'Latest recurrence of the leukemia in view of my personal physical
: PSI ?AY. Mar. 'i Road Department to his hand-ool> came this past year, end Ellington Condition and my longevity with the
1 ,'., WOMO DAY or rtAVM pick succe or'.iJ.B.J Crawford, .a. has been offthe, treatment )ust,three; Road Department.
I ,Pint Un Ml MtoriMdM dirndlFoltonfifl 22-year' veteran with the; Road ,months now. "'My 30 years with the County have
SS }j II A.M.' Department.i! ', '-? The department foreman says he ,been pleasant and have provided a
1 "oJ Jr.?;c..ra4 DIM lireah.ow Ellington then said goodbye to the has the"greatest respect for the people stimulating challenge. I enjoyed
loMOMOAY ........ road department employees with a of Bradford,County. working with the county, and I regret I
'.,' 1:1.: e got a handshake from : : "jthe necessity of leaving."
Mar. 1- __.- eachwished them well and offered "'.'As */.V Pen concerned;' they'reall E.W Hodges, Road Department
AU SPORTS cum MHTINO to help them out if they ever need his good people* ./ thairman. replied that the county is,
7PJW. ..assistance. brother Harlis, and Ellington has been 'road foreman with Ellington'sdecision ,
We- hear ......houM ,son. Joel were present. 'for the pall 19 years. Nobody knows and wished him well.
A more formal retirement party is the county's 390 miles of dirt roads : New' Road Foreman J.B.
MAOfOUp.. COUNTY: COMMISSION, set at 7 p.m: March 22 In the Western 'like Ellington so he'll probably get a fcrawford'a official title has ,been
.MHT; :INO-tiM,AJMtUSJOAY. 'Steer Steakhouse at which the Brad- lot of consultation'work,with the RoadDept supervisor of the county's Mosquito; Hands...
ford CountyCommissioner will boat right on. Control Unit for the past: >*years. Buthtnralso County Keys Change
Hkmf. II ''the retiring Ellington. To; attendt Health (Considerations', are Ell"Ington's -' been Foreman opera s Retiring County Road Foreman Leon Ellington:left,has a pleased expression .
j 1,1, "SHOOK** COUNCIl atone" 964-6280.1 ask for the ;; official reason for hi*retirement S right hand man. The pair as the turns the....y.1o the Road Department over to new Foreman J.B..
',; "7x00 PJ1.. ,', ,,, ':'f J Department, and talk with Secretary. ; once he'd made hto 30 years. He with; rapport and capability, says Crawford; who look, a little q to.lcal' shout taking m the responsibility EU->
55 ;Pa Martilly wants-. tome. _'.time to do tmnjai with' -his ,,Secretary Pat Martin. Ington has carried.!
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", .. j .:' 1MS.lth GllADi ... '!; .', .____ .,,__. .; ',... Wo1bel: : .0; '..,::_.1 :: .. -fcii.1__"ft en hoot came.to.his wife ".',a_ Mad' r your 0"J" "
\ PARENTS ASSOClAnONJ :" A lormvr Sterke niwi TITO/ . ORGANIZATION MSMlMOT' ? i(?charged with two counts ,of grand tnisawroprbUton of a client's fund the doctor said '' 'i .'"Flsh.rin.n'g.s reedy Olustit; draw' '" record ,
lMIo-7 P.M.!!.,';>1 ',yP iff[;theft was returned to Starke Wednesday .and iMfltoct of legal matters: l f'.Wolbert's wife was living with Game freshWater .''
(' ;, -" Fleming et the time and Wolbert wasafrfd Florida and crowd a. -
'. 0 : : /1 from Louisiana. He 'j'k also" wanted questioning'
., : Jesai"Jamua Wolbert 97, under ar- 'about'a July murder in Fort Myers. by authorities to have been in ,Fish) Commission per An historical Civil War bot-
I. ,$50ooo bond was -.rrett04 ,in i Last August Wolbert'a ra.r-in-lawl' Weming's, 'residence' "prior .to the! son.) are.' constructing '"'Ish'tl.bo .*n Confederacy and ':

stark Youth "', I' Metairie department., La.The by 'disco the ,'Local'bar"where'police ,withdoctor DrMrUiw Ptamlng,murder.?wee charged that the', -r charges. have been filed against( .ottrocton" Intake Samson, Union for .* I Ie recreated: ,

..vWolbcrt was working" was'' under' Audr Fleming Dlbert, In' connection 'With the ft and draw, 'o record crowd
Found Dead Sa ta. begin* new
surveillance for drug activity. The. murder,but. ,he,is wanted for question-' '
30. "by striking (her)on the head with; from oil over th. country.
18-year-pld Bradford .nigh polka- ran a license check: on' an a blunt Uvurument." : i. gram.-.k
School senior was found dead Tuesday ..: employee driving. car with a Bradford -\ .'At the time of the,killing. Fleming ,;Jwhen'Wolbert was arrested in La. a A new series of courses: In New Brief*...,
afternoon of a self-lnfUcted. gunshot County license tag on It,, called told police ttal, a tall stranger waa shotgun was found \in his vehicle. health care' are offered In The latest- *' from: the/
and :.t i,;;Wolbert was exiradictnd to Florida
wound. the:sheriff In Bradford County somehow i In his apartment with him
David Lee Simpson Rt. 4 Box 934 ,asked what they knew about Wolbert.Wolbert 1 and I hie estranged wife.,The stranger! Uy a professional; prisoner,transport) conjunction' 'with' Bradford police beat In Stark.;
Sampson Lake), was found by.bin has been wanted by law eno.1> stepped frombedroom the shadow* at a back 'torvice, Hot will have, a' first ap';, Hospital" and the Stork. NursIng -, Keyton Heights;: and lake.
'.l.tet when she came home from' Eorcement authorities' for the past ,and kooetoKl Mm un4 ..arance hearing sometime Thawtiny Horn*. Butler. '
school,at 3:20: p.nv ..year. after' the Florida Bar sussMmded 'eo sclour-: : ,the :I'oWWr 'toW police;, 1 .' said Sheriff, lteddlsh


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COunty Faces Lawsiiit

Over- Local Jail Safely, ,,

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r. t To date! some $:IBOO has been spent to buy material for the jail lire escape

and door, with Florida State Prison providing the labor. That saves,the. county.
over ",000, the sheriff believes. '
At present,there is nothing,other than the fire detection[ system,that can't be
At.t1t done with Inmate labor, the sheriff says.
Department of Corrections inspectors are due to complete on-sit tours of
t, vv Bradford, Columbia, and Osceola county tells by today (Thursday V March;4h
the rim.i-Ur.toB reported. If violations cited earlier remain, suit will be filed)
''Ja local circuit eaw18. '
Corrections officials asked (Peters last week to prepare suits against nine
COUnties because onehreatenlng fire code violations, attorney Peters i said,
r according to the Tlm..-Unton. Lawyers for Washington, Putnam, Bay.Levy,
and Holmes counties! responded, promising to bring their jails up to par,Petersis

reported as saying.
",be looming lawsuits culminate about a month of Joint review into county jail

fire safety by the tate fire marshal and Department Corrections officials,
Bradford County Attorney Dudley Hardy said he received a courtesy call
notifying him of the UkHnooo a suit would be filed. Hardy says he hopes Bradford -

r'r ui County is In compliance with the DOR rules.
Times-Union attorney Peters said Jacksonville attorney
,Bill Sl rdtt,. the inquiry and based the allegation that tWG-thlrd of
is: the states fI/1 counties Jails grossly violate fire codes on Corrections inspection
I reports. Violations noted by Sheppard included insufficient fire escapes, faulty
= sprinkler teru, and electrical wiring and Improper storage flammables
( Of 48 JaUs recently Inspected about half violate state fire codes the Tlm.-
._=_:_:. '' ,t 1": Unlan reports Buddy DeWar, director of the Fire Marshal's office, as saving.
: : Moat counties are being given from.one week to 90 days to correct problems.Cost .
= Flag Corps Earns Top Rating in District Contest... was net at $20,000 to 40000.
: Moat common problem and serious violation is lack of emergency fire
IC Winner of a Superior rating In the district Solo and En'semble Contest Is the FI.'Corps members are l-rt
Dewar aaid.
Front row: Cheryl Furrow Annie Loper. Heather O'Steen. Michelle HalL escapes
Flag Corps of the BHS Band: 'cause there's bars on the windows,"
window in )
"You can't Jump out a ( Jail
Back row: Sharon Grlffls, Lisa: Green, Donna Dorminey.Libby Pavli. he said.

Dewar said his 14-man inspection team will eventually Inspect all 229 city and

county Jails in Florida for fire safety.

I i 14 BHS Band Members' Earn Superior, at District Brooker Council to Meet

.The Brooker: City Council will hold

Fourteen members of the award- sponsored by the Florida Bandmasters Bobby Frampton, trombone solo .Selina Cas els, flute solo., their/ regular monthly meeting on .
winning Bradford High Band won the Association. Selina Cassels, French horn solo. March 8 at 7 p.m. at the Brooker City
rating given, superior, in the Bandmaster Mike Woodfin has Hall.All Interested citizens are urgedto
top' only The eight member BHS Flag Corps. The clarinet quartet of Lynn Futch, ,
district Sol6 and Ensemble Contest at the highest praise for the students, Members are Annie Loper, Donna Kay Watson, Sylvia attend.
the University of Florida in who he terms .
outstanding. Dorminey;; Heather O'Steen, Lisa Brenda Bawek .
"Gainesville last Saturday, Feb. 26. Superior ratings were won by: .Green, Sharon Griffis, Libby Davis, THE BRADFORD .
rSeven more BHS band members D.J. RiddiCk, snare drum solo. Cheryl Furrow, and Michelle Hail. The 21 students'earned the chance COUNTY TELEGRAPH
".'won the second highest rating excellent Lee Davis, piano solo. Excellent ratings were won bye 'to compete in the State Solo and PuMsliwf every Thursdayat
for their performance in the George Levasser, trumpet solo. Donna Parado, clarinet solo. Ensemble Band Contest to take place Two dlffmnt hort fomw Md new deduc.
!I I''Solo and Ensemble Contest, which Ism Faith Roberts French horn solo. Richard O'Steen, snare drum,80lo. in Gainesville the first week in May. 135 W. C1U'StfeatNorm utok*VMH-short.0..waOMknow ttt cwnpSMMd *now

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. :': Three BHS Bands to Give Concert: March ,,4 at 8. Starte. Fiords paid at 'M"Wku cz H&R INXICIKtarn..r.a.w.a.r .

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I, Three Bradford High school bands Hampton, and Brooker, and nasa lot Members of the 1982-83 Band,,by. instrument Irt-lridi ana: $10.00
'',;will be in concert starting at 8 p.m. of experience playing in jazz bands are: : Trombone: Bobby Frampton, Alan per year F Starke Keystone Heights
$5.50 1
.."iltomorrow (Friday, March 4) in the and has backed up many artists performing Flutes Teresa Bauldree. Ana Holtzendorf, and Denise Weir six monthsOutside 964 N. Tempi Keystone Sho, No 3

';j.BHS auditorium. in Jacksonville. Wallace, Sherri Norman Suzy Tuba: LeVance Gay and Lee Davis. trade am: $11.00 per year 964-8286 473-3640
Performing will the award winning Wilson, and Amy Clark. String Bam Daryl Nazworth. $8.00 all month '
Bradford High School Band, the Brad- Percussion D. J. LeAnn
? Area MS'ContestSet Clarinets: Denise Griffis, Shawn.
fc. _ford Middle School Band,, and theSSssBradford Hart,' Angela Epps, Donna Parado Flynn, Shane RlddiCki' Alcan-
Jazz Band, the official band Here Saturday Kay Watson, Lynn Futch, Rosalind.Lennon tara Richard Osteen, David Young.
|5srfor the 1983 Strawberry Queen ;; Several middle school bands from Krlsty Johns, Sylvia Porter- Robyn Brown,, and Mike Gowens. braham' anfux M.D.
.-. -,- the area will perform here Saturday field, Melissa Williams, Brenda, ,
--::: Admission is $1.50.Sf. March 5, in a contest sponsored by the, Bawek, ,Kim Casey, and Allison 'General Medicine
: The BHS band will play its contest Florida Bandmasters Association Davis.
-..---:tunes: "Fairest of the Fair" by Johna.Phihp Each middle school band will be Saxophone: Mike Christmas, Susan FIRST ASSEMBLY' OF GOD' Announces the opening of his office at

Sousa, "Tocatta for Band" by responsible for a two-hour program of Wilkerson, Patty Browder, Ray' Hwy IB W A Weldon .884-0971
r"Erlckson, "Chorale and Shaker music starting from 9-11:30 a.m. )
; Shuford, Robert STARKEPLAZA "
I S "-- Dance" by Zdechlik. Taylor Keith Pastor George Watson and' I 'J, ,
Each band will begin with Gowens, and Tommy Barnes. The Invite You to '-
The Jazz Band will play a war- Congregation \
jE; session In| the the BUS Bass Clarinet: Keena Wilkerson. Come and With Us (,Next to Pantry Pride) I
.=:,:Watermelon Man, "It Don't Mean mup gym. Worship I IJjlalldrf. ".'
Then designated'personnel to the Trumpets, Kevin Sheetz- George' Ie.....-. .. .. '.- ..U AM \ I "
.Thing; If It Ain't Gat.That, wui&Z.:: go Hours 9-5 Mon.-fII./ .t',:
igxQiltuit) \ Doll,". "Birdland,'.:.Tn.me.\:, : .t. TBMSauoAtorfum nWTTwltt"ptat:\ ;.;.L..VaBB8J7"'Jlmm1""Belt.J1mmy'W, ; .....,,": .',', '"1 t<'Itt1 ,n:s'' '<1'lIh'; "" ,h"d n",. '1.,,, .M.M, :- .. oas :
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S Ice Castles," and many more. designated numttfw chosen to show v Howard Hugh 1'Otale. ....... .. M .7 ,. ,55' 'Guest soloists Jimmy Brownlee will off the band's!! abilities. },".. lit-j ,Y.-" .,Tucker: ., .Lynn Holtzendortj, and VMiNstsy WenM. *. :..,.,...."JqPII: :: 954-4668 I"I1'
5 "perform on -the tenor sax and Nick Three judges will evaluate each Wesley --- --
g?Albanese will perform on the alto sax. performance and will award one of French! Horn! Faith Roberts,Selina s -
S '::Brownlee, a BHS band alumae, Is five ratings for the concert. Students Cassels, Lori McKinney! and Angela .;' (l
g; elementary music teacher at Lawtey, ''will also be judged on sight reading. Thomas. ; '

II =BESS;Community News. by Elizabeth phone 8&t-I683 W ker. ,, : HE'S' :

Gospel Sing Mar. Cemetery Meeting..; Missionary Meeting.. .

= The Church of God in Christ will There will be a cemetery meeting Area IV Missionary meeting will be :
I _iss- sponsor a gospel singing March 5, at 1S 1 Friday l March 4, at New Bethel Bap held at Greater Allen Church Saturday INVESTMENT GUIDE
= 7:30: p.m. featuring the Dynamic SimI I tist Church at 7:30: p.m. The public la at 11 a.m. The Chairman Is asking -
; mona Sisters! of Gainesville. i Invited to attend, the cooperation of the ladies.
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I ...." Francis and Allen to Represent. SES at County Spelling. Bee : \, I

Fifth graders Donnie Francis and Black of Lake Butler,who wept 1 Vr out > : !j '
Chrystal Allen wW be representing the word "celebrate". I1'!
Starke Elementary School In the John Burch, son of John [Burch: Sr I1 I
County Spelling Bee on March 24 at of Starke, went out on the word",nine! //1 i iyp
the County School Board Office in teen". '

Starke. Eyvette Covington, daughter of
Donnie won.tbe SE competition on Mrs. Johnnie Mae Thomas of Starke
the word "crewel". A lot of people went out on a word that has plagued'!
would have been in the same 'boat people
with runner-up Chrystal Allen in Tara DeSuemdauhghhterofMr. and ,
thinking that the type of embroidery Mrs. Julian DeSue Starke,went out t r
yarn is spelled "c-r-u-e-l." But Don'nie's In the fifth round on the word '
Donnie mother, Charlene Francis does "hilarious".
fine embroidery work So he knew how Scott Duncan son of Mr. and Mrs.
Donnle Is SES spelling champ and Ito spell the word.According Jim Duncan) Starke, put one too
will be representing SES In the County to spelling bee rules, many L's In the' word,"marshal"" in w w -, I I
Spelling Bee.Chrystal when the elimination gets down to two the 11th round. .",-'
'people,if one misses a word the other Kevin Krack, son of Mr. and Mrs. _
0 has to spell It correctly and then spell Michael Edkin of Starke went out. on
one more word correctly. Donnie privilege" In the 11th round. -'?
spelled "bleaching" correctly after Adrian Kuhn, daughter of Mr. and _
Cnrystal missed "crewel". Mrs. Glenn Kuhn of Starke left the 4tJ'j S
Donnie Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. "n" off of "solemn" In the 'ninth 1 ti
Charles Francis of Starke. Chrystal Is' round. .

the daughter of Mrs. Margaret. Allen Shaun Nichols, son of Mr. and Mrs.
of Starke/ Horace Nichols of Starke, went out on, : :
Alternate Tyronne Sanders, grandson "wary,'' fi
of Mrs. Pearlie Mae Sanders of Karen Rowe daughter of'Mr. and r'
Starke, went out on the word "satchel" Mrs. Roger Rowe of Starke, went out s
in the 13th round of the bee. on "trunk."
Other expert spellers, 'all. champions Lynn Wartstwugh, daughter of Mr. .fr
of their class, Included (in and Mrs. George Wartsbaugh of .... s-
alphabetical order): Starke, got her E's and I's mixed up "'IIW .
.in the word "weigh." Starke Elementary School Expert Spellers... \\T'.:=.
Teresa Bassett, daughter of Mr. Chuck Wilson son' 01 "Mrs. Sixteen : ;
Alien. and Mrs. Samuel Bassett of Starke.1 Catherine Wilson of Starke went out Bee on Feb.fifth 25.graders participated In the SES Spelling (Seated l-r) Sean Aaron, Scott Duncan Chuck Wilson;
.. who went out on the word "moisture on.the word "fascinate." ( Lynn Warlsbaugh Karen Rowe and Teresa Basselt.
Chrystal was runner-up In the'SES by accidently making a "c" sound in Donna Wlmberly, daughter of Mr:, County Kneeling Spelling l-r)Bee Alternate Tyronne Sanders will go to the (Standing l-r) Robert Black, Kevin Krack John Burch
Spelling Bee and will also participateIn the word. 'I and Mrs. Robert Wimberly of Lake and as stand-by.Winner Donnie Francis Eyvette Covlngton Adrian Kuhn, Donna Wimberly and
the County Spelling Bee. Robert; Black, son of Paul Wayne Butler,misspelled the word:"height." county runner-up bee Chrystal Allen will. represent SES In the Tara DeSue. ,


Surplus. ;Butter, Distribution _.Hampton" Hilites I

'. Set:' for March 3-4 in County by Dolores Meng j j'| VISITORS Feb. 26-Kevin Orton was six; Feb. FFA Member Present ProgramOn
phone 468- 915 ,; Charles Prevatt of New York City 28-David Roberts was nine, Johnny Feb. 24, Bradford Chapter
spent the weekend of Feb. 19 with his Ford was 11; Angela Renie Meng was President Yancey Miller accom-
Suwannee River Economic Council; Inc. Community Outreach Center will CONGRATULATIONS'James mother, Mrs. Clifford ,Prevail, and five.March panied Lisa Spivey and Vicki Thomas
distribute USDA donated butter for the Bradford County area Thursday and and Cindy Griffis of Grahamare other relatives. 1-Sonya Lynn Hodges\ was to the school for presentation of a program
Friday,March 3, 4 at the old RJE School Building.,. 1080 N, Pine.St. from 8:30: the proud parents of their baby Dr. and Mrs. Paul Vasques of San- six, Patricia Rhoden was 13; March to the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and-7th
a.m. until 4:30: p.m. daughter, Cynthia Regina Griff is.She dusky Ohio visited her brothers Paul 2-Jerry Loiacano was 10, Ruth grades. T-
Applic nts' eligibility Is determined by USDA Monthly Income eligibility was, born on Feb. 20, at Alachua and Fran Meng and families over the Paladino celebrated also. They explained the purpose of the
'guideline.Persons 60 and over are.eligible regardless: Income./ General Hospital weighing 7 Ibe,3 oz. weekend Future Farmers of America and the
and measuring 19 inches. : BIRTHDAYS HAMPTONELEMENTARY importance of agriculture in
New applications,will be taken for this year:You will need to bring some typeof Paternal grandparents are James Aimee Hodges celebrated her 10th SCHOOLNew everyone's life.: .
identification such as: Food Stamp card'Social 'Security. card,.'driver's (R.G.) and Julia Griffis of Graham. birthday on Feb. 24 with a party for The students enjoyed the overlayson
license, Medicaid card, Medicare card, etc: Paternal great grandmother is Mary ''family members and friends. Her Students the film projector they brought
Butter will be distributed at these following locations: Taibi of Graham. decorated cake carried the Pac Man On Feb. 28, Regina Padgett was along. They learned about ..baby
Maternal grandparents are Mrs. theme. On Friday, Aimee and friends welcomed to the third grade. Her calves and cows, their approximate
SPEED VILLE: Pleasant Grove Baptist Church (annex);Thursday' ,March.3, Leona Brown of Starke and the late enjoyed a skating party in brother, Jason Padgett. entered the weight at various stages. Also they
9a.mt04p.m. Clyde Brown. Gainesville. first grade. heard about the production of milk.
HAMPTON City Hall, Thursday, Friday,March 3-4 U noon to 4 j; 9
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LAWTEYi Freewill Baptist Church, ThllJ'1lday"r.r1day.March 1-4,9 a.nU; to -: ;' i I : 1.; 1
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BROOKERs Community Center, Thursday, March 3, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,

Anyone wishing to volunteer to help with distribution please call 964-6696,

-Brooker News.

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r,. .by,' C.E.: "Sue"DavisLit 'paraiiraphs, and stories. Cash prizes\ ? I*
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ateading PhOD..I411543UJ1I.4".n Specialist '! J-ftpUsbuareeka. Soccer Tourney.* ... J, | It' .. 1" Clearance Sale I

Talks to ParentsDr.
The following students competed at
Edward Turner, Reading the Lawtey elementary School' In ''-'F- :,
Specialist at the University of ,
Elementary Soccer Tournament:
Florida, talked to the Brooker parents ''Steve Bailey Christina Bath, Russell Wrought Iron i ;,
,Monday night, Feb. 28, about 'Effec ''Thornton:;: ;?Ginger Adams, Tammy .IerRacks
tive Strategies to Help Your Child ,Wilkerson, Josh Crawford. Vines .
Become a Better Reader." Robinson Kelley.Dyal, RobFletcher., Use for Plant Stand, Whatnots, Bookcase, Etc. $ x
The meeting was very. beneficial l to Stephanie Gainey *
parents and teachers. Sherry Carter,,Nancy 'Arnold, Amy SBel9S! '
Fletcher, David 'Newborn, Karen Priced from .
Spelling'Bee Hodge, Sarah Douglas,. Melissa
Hislop Patricia Bath, Lorie Callan, If : ''' .
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Set March 17 i ,
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'Jenny Sue Countryman, Unit Holl- ; \ ;;'; :
The fifth and sixth grades spelling. Ingsworth Tonia Johnson,'Brian Kendrick :: >:;' :: Used Table
bee will be held on Thursday,Mar.17, Chris,Thornton, and Tina Will- '' Dining=
beginning at 9 a.m. at the school, Ingham. c SJiti leg i. Ct.' Walnut Finish with 6 matching chairs

Parents interested may attend ,:; and New China Cabinet
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Grammar ntest.r. Around Town... !S4t11.19S! '

Brooker Elementary 3t.S"and 6 Mrs. Rosa :Jones and Mrs ClOBB-Out:
graders are presently working hard Margarette Sowells.returned home ONLY ONE
'To learn theparts of speech. last Friday,after being in salt Antonio Early American Nylon Print Cover
They will be studying nouns, verbs, ,Texas for several days with the r.4 ryu t
adjectives and prepositional phrases, Mrs. Sowelts' [son David Branner.* Sofa Love Seat & Chair ,+ ?T
Goal of the staff Is to ,help the who had a kidney transplant recent "-- "
students learn to use the parts of David on the way to ret
speech.' to .write correct sentences, time. Was-749" NOW

I Youth Art Month to Begin March 8 ..t" LibraryDuring ,.: n ,Tt.;rfl-T I bd )

March various art educa- The exhibition will open Mom,, #
tion and civic groups throughout March 8, with, a 'reception :at the '
Florida salute the formative role of public library from 6 p.m.to 7:45 p.m. take } 4 y;,
art activities for youth by celebrating' Artwork:on display will Include 'I
Youth Art Month.: paintings, pottery, sculpture,: drawings ,
This year art students,from BHS and collage, 4'r: /' Broyhill 4 PieceBedroom
and BMS will celebrate Youth.Art d: ;
Month with a month-long exhibition at 'The1 public Is cordially invited to attend '" ;k n Suite
the Bradford County Public Library, the opening night teestlvttles.Farmers ,.
'' ii ..ate a { Contemporary Oak 9 Drawer Triple Dresser with
I F' r Y mirror. Chest of Drawers Headboard & Night Chest

Mutual. .., } ,v 9 SB491S!

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u Of Ex-Presidential LifestyleFlorida'

N's of the former Presidentnow
.81 a Senior Senator Lawton tal to protection
4e./ full protection);
Chile is waging a one-man campaign
In Washington to cut back on the exhor- .i. Limit Secret Service protection of
bltant costs of maintaining ex- widows of former Presidents to six

Presidents of the U.S. after they leave months after former President's death,
office- grandiose style of living that .(currently lifetime);

cost the taxpayers some *. estimated In 1855 Put the pension of a former Presi
but which will rocket to an dent's widow at two-thirds of that of the
$ 7OOOOOO in 1983.
former President; .
After Chiles- service in the \3.S. Allow a single library building for
Y'1 Senate, now the ranking each former President of no more than
minority party member of the Senate
40,000 feet (libraries are built
Budget Committee, and is Justifiably with private donations but maintenanceand
concerned over misspent dollars even
operation is provided by the
when they're going for the aggrandizement -
of former presidents. Such lavish government);

and unnecessary spending goes against Prohibit use of taxpayer funds for
the grain of Lawton Chiles, who maintains partisan political activities and income

Matt McK an..Ocala/ Star-flarm a modest lifestyle in Washington generating activities (memoirs produc.
with no last for extravagance and ed using taxpaid staff allowance wouldbe
Four Lives Lost..lTwenty-seven; Injured wastefulness In his personal pr public printed and sold by the Government
Printing Office with proceeds going to
life.In the federal treasury);
a statement released from his office
EDITORIAL and entitled "The Imperial Former Provide for reduction of the annual

... ,I.. I': Presidency," Senator Chiles says: staff allowance from$300,000 to$200.000
the first nine of'a former
over years
i- The pension for a former President of
the United States is now $80,100. But, Presidency;

Fiery Deathtrap Caused by Smoke on 1-75 ',,' Presidential there's much libraries, much,aroundtheclockSecret more-lavish

Service protection for life, staff

Could Happen Here I in Future IF. .. assistance by the government and office from space-provided public funds.

This overly-generous support has led
us into what I call the "era of the imperial
There was mayhem on the highway north of been mined and dried out for 'harvesting," as It Citizens of Bradford County: should stop and former Presidency."

Ocala Monday when a dense pall of smoke froma will be if and when Georgia-Pacific is allowed to think how many times a year they have occasion I firmly believe former President
grass fire burning along 1-75 caused a fiery process it for fuel, it will be a potentially deadly to travel to' Gainesville, Keystone Heights, should be able to a lead a dignified
22-car pile-up that took a toll of four lives and 27 time bomb, lying, as it does, between two heavily Palatka, Waldo, Ocala, and any number of retired life, secure from danger, and E
Injury victims.In travelled highways, U.S. 301, and state highway destinations on farther south. Think\ if some fine with enough financial stability that it
100. morning they should start out on a trip to any
a massive chain reaction, cars slowed or point south of here and unexpectedly become en- not be necessary: to take a job or Income
stopped by the thick smoke rammed Into each that would in no-win
of these situations.
trapped one no-see,
other, exploding into flames,creating a veritable Dry peat can be ignited by a tossed cigarette a They can't go at a normal speed because they former President This is an importantrole
spark from machinery, or natural causes such as : in .
inferno along the interstate. Adding to the panicwas cant our country.The \ :
see, and they can't slow !down or they will
afire it will smoulder for 1
lightning-and, once ,
crushed horse trailer which tossed out five
a weeks and even months-impossible to control be rammed from behind-possibly. by a sand situation, however, has clearly
terrified horses running in and out of the
truck. out of control. In 19S5
until nature to the rescue with rain-
comes heavy '
wreckage. Traffic was backed up for five milesIn
fall. is the We have to remember the fearsome toll maintenance of former Presidents cost
both directions as four charred bodies were It easy to imagine wreckage that only of
pulled from the burned cars by firefighters from would be caused and the loss of lives and property lives that was taken on East Coast highways dur- $64,000, rose to ".2 million 1979.! then
five damage that would be caused if U.S. 301 witha ing a dry period a couple of years ago when un- rocketed to 127 million in 1983. Certain.'ly
departments. .
traffic count of almost 20,000 cars a day should controllable bog fires caused many accidentslike Inflation is a factor and there are

.If smoke from a grass fire could cause such a be enshrouded with a pall of visibilityzerosmoke the one that took place north of Ocala Mon- more former Presidents now than when the
started but
holocaust along the highway, it Is frightening to for a distance of several miles. It Is one of day.This the primary program contributor was is lack of; restraint
imagine the potential hazard along U.S. 301, bet- the most heavily travelled truck routes in the one of the reasons that Bradford In and libraries
resulting bigger bigger
r ween Starke and Gainesville, should peat mining state and many of these mammoth haulers are County should oppose the mining of peat in the (President Ford has two), greatly ex-
be allowed in the Santa Fe Swamp. "flying missile sand trucks which are a dangeron Santa Fe Swamp-but it is a reason that deals in Secret Service protection and and ABE
highways even on clear days. Under visibility. the loss of human life. That is why it has the panded Never Had It So Good .
other ,
I Peat has little potential for burning when It is zero conditions the potentiality for death and potential of ,touching every household 'in. the excessive growth in support ex i

wet, but during times of drought or after it has destruction is almost incredible. area. penses. Limit office space to 4,000 square

I Since 1981,.former Presidents have feet In a single location. .
cost the taxpayers more each year than
the entire White House operation exercising Should taxpayers pick up the tab for

I Florida Tops Nation in ,Business Climate PresidenL the responsibilities of the sitting Secret former President Service protection travels across when coun-a

try to make a speech for a substantialfeet
Tax dollars are being sent to make Should staff to
we provide help
2 For the second consecutive year, Florida has ten factors former Presidents wealthy-or
remaining Included items such as Local welfare our such speeches or memoirs
| been judged to have the best business climate for population growth and density, average work lowest In the nation.expenditures: "were. the,second< \ wealthier.apparent Congress needs which prepare will produce sizable Income for

3 general manufacturing: in the continental U.S. weeks, and union activity. to set new controls, but my experience the former President? No.

-x Florida' No. 1 ranking helped push the In the Southeast Floi1d! h ad.'C;, ';m'::,( J:" "iI:y" ? Unemployment compensation benen pal,.. sincefirst introducing legfelatlonrin 'At ',time'w"'n" ",lworklni..to
.9 Southeast. to.top regional,ranking ill'-a recent ., .:.1-/: -.A .4X* v **frw&tfl&Ktttn, were! theiiRd!!! J.o .J'c':: { woo;'fcrjdo cwj L! J.-';that ;senatorj*:;'T Mo' reduce"'federal a we '
y study made by a national accounting company. .* Tne lowest stack ail:local taxes-$93 on per The proportion\ ,of non-agricultural labor Uiusiaum.orchange: ill dampened by others tor their lng and'iaskng

a Of the ten top-ranked states in the study, five 'sonal income.A union and association 'membership was the' strong sensitivity to' ,the .desires' no rational tighten justification-belts'.there.esnbe the(

3 are in the Southeast: Florida, No.1 ; North The lowest state and local welfare fourth lowest in the nation. former Presidents_ magnanimous benefits enjoyed by

Carolina, No. 3; South Carolina, No. S; Georgia expenditure-$99 per person. Florida and the progressive municipalities Still,with the 96th Congress conven- former Presidents.
No. 6, and Mississippi, No. 9. Texas was ranked The largest annual average work-week-40.6 within Its borders should make good use of these 'ed, I'm going at It again. have just \Introduced ...
| No. 2. hours.The favorable factors in advertising and promotionsto 4 new bill which would;

Twelve of the factors on which individual highest population density-173.6 people attract new Industries. This is informationthat Limit Secret Service protection to If you'think that Senator Chiles Is

S states were rated are influenced or controlled by per square mile.Nationally should be placed in the hands of In- eight years (currently for fife) right In his opposition to extravagant

8 state or local governments-such as taxes, Florida ranked in the top five. in dustrialists many of whom are already looking vision for extension where. serous spending on former Presidents,why not
} government debt, and welfare expenditures. The several areas: toward the Sunbelt for possible relocation! sites. exists; write him a note of encouragement In
L his one-man fight to curb these costs?
Limit Secret Service protection of His address is: 437 Russell Senate Office

spouse and family to when,it Is inciden- Bldg., Washington, D.C. 20510.

I r County .Agent's Notebook Bradford by Bobby.County Taylor i j .- "' I I ,;. .J I

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Last week I discussed r" *. : 'Watch Your
garden planningand Freedoml"Open
I Break all clods and level with a rake, or avoid such problems as blossom-end rot of ,
Your next should be soil ,
design. step
harrow the Soil soon after turning to maintain tomatoes which Is related to an adequate
and liming.
preparation good soil texture and prevent excessive calcium su ply. Apply liming materials Letter.. was a zoning official 'that any
I Probably the' most physical part of drying. For small-seeded crops only it a soil test Indicates a need for them regular Bible study in a home was a viola-

vegetable gardening is preparing the soil such as carrots, and all crops to certain- because too much lime in the soil may be Let me say a personal thank you to those tion of the zoning ordinance, and the code

for planting. On large gardens, extent, a finely pulverized'surface'insureseasier just as bad as too little. people who took time to oppose the zoning for Canton makes no provision for a

i mechanical equipment such as a rototiller planting, better germination and' Liming materials and the amount to apply variance on highway 100 for a package special-use permit All of these incidents
or tractor-drawn plow often is necessary, more even stand. A plank drag may be used depend upon the soil reaction (pH) and store. have taken place in the past two years.
i and even the hiring of such equipment or to fit the soil for planting on larger the type of soil, among other things. Often It's : to see people stand up These cases clearly indicate a danger

... the job Itself may practical.the However, gardens. A hand rake may serve the same it is necessary to consult a technical advisor for what is right. This I Includes standing which you and I must be aware of.- II we
'on smaller with gardens a spade task spading can fork be accomplished or- purpose in smaller plots.In !. to determine the proper liming program I against This will become lose the right of free moral expresjloji toLETI'ERS -

shovel. many gardens, soil preparation includes for your garden soil. But in general* more and more important as we near the .

the application of a liming material a reaction below pH 5.5 Indicates a need Lord's return. ,
Turn the ground about three'weeks where a soil test shows it to be needed. for lime, and five pounds of dolomite lime While the request was granted, we
before planting when the soil Is dry enoughto 100 feet Is ) effective should not !give up for the sake of people in
per fairly application
soil that
Most vegetables best on a
work. Turn the soil completely over grow to start remedial the immediate area as well a.the total ef.
has pH between 5.S and 6.5 (or slightly program.
when spading. a feet on our''community: Edmund Burke '. day-,' our'children will live in a' society
Weeds and added acid). The symbol "pH" and the figures Dolomite is a good liming material due said, "The only thing necessary for the without morals tomorrow.A .
cover crops organic accompanying it are used to express the to its magnesium content but because of Its triumph of evil is for good men to da .
matter such as animal or poultry manure degree of soil acidity. A soil with a pH of relatively slow reaction,It should be ap- Former President Eisenhower board of adjustment that does not cow.older
may all be spaded under at the same time. 7.0 Is neutral, while one with a pH of 6.9 or plied well ahead of planting If possible. the people of the community and
1181d,."The spirit of man Is more Important their
Sufficient time must be allowed for the right to keep It morally sound and
below is acid or "sour, and one with a pH '
freshly turned-under organic material to of 7.1 or above is alkaline or "sweet." The lime or dolomite should be spread' anus mere physical strength and the" safe Is well on the way to taking away OUR
decompose and become fairly well-rotted evenly over the garden /lowr spiritual fiber of a nation than its wealth. liberty. > ',
before seeds are planted. Woody plant Proper applications of lime made to ex- spading it into the soil to a dept of six In- Our country and commjinity will! only be In the words of''one of', the board
materials such as sticks and dried dog- tremely acid soils will increase the production ches.FertiliserWhile. ; as strong. the spiritual and moral soundness members "I would not have It near my
fennel stalks are best removed from the of most'vegetables. The marn' tunic the soil for of its people. home." Others have (that same right. "No
tions of lime are to reduce soil acidity, to preparing The decision: to grant the special use permit -
garden rather than cut into the soil. the man has a right to do as he pleases, unless
planting will need to consider fertilizer
supply nutrients, mainly calcium to the you was clearly/ against the will of the people Jw ,' '
Likewise, perennial grass and weed pests needs pleases to do right. ; .- > 7v, '
of the soil and ,
should be removed whenever possible to soil, and to bring minor soil nutrients into plants and definitely not In the best Interest For a Godly Community,
eliminate recurring problems. usable form. .well-limed soil helps to Nematodes-Since these 5 troublesome of the community. It was made for the Rev.Pat Murphy
rootfeedlng microscopic eel-worms live In monetary benefit of a 1_. This is another Pastor,Hope Baptist Church:
the soil, controlling them becomes a partof example that "The love of money is the .
preparing the sol for planting. Most root of all evil": May God help the children ;*

I f Forestry ill Bradford Countybuildings chemical controls should applied about ,,hurt by such evil. Liquor Store Decision .. '<
two weeks before planting f j" Through zoning regulations across this Called.'Great Injustice!: *' 0\

Bedding-Elevated' beds may be country religious freedom is being taken :
by David W.Norton equipped with bunks and an area needed where puddling or flooding might away. Zoning,while beneficial to our com An :open: letter to the Board of Adjustment -
Bradford County Forester for each student's belongings. Hot mealsare cause root damage. Also beds! often are munities,, I Is Decanting a tyrant Note the .of Bradford County ,; '
served three times a day In the central beneficial to such root crops as carrots and 'following, ,facts recently printed In on .WGr '}'A'pproval'' 'of 'special exception

mess hall.For the safety and well-being of potatoes. Otherwise, It may be advantageous ."om. allowing liquor store on property located
How about
spending week in one of the Samuel Ericsson Washington Director
students at least one staff member is on to plant seeds on a level surface to on State d 10 *n< SJ! !;. 4l ril. St.
Forests exploring and about of Christian cited ,
learning Insure moisture In the root some. Where ;i the Legal Society, the, Keystone Heights.1 > .;; ft.. "
the environment duty 24 hours a day. beds are needed they can b,constructedwith ,following facts in a recent issue of Liberty Gentlemen:' Vf;:

'The fee for the week Is $75, $25 of which a hoe, wheel plow or garden tractor, : magazine: In 1980,Mayor Tom Bradley,of' Please find endosad"signatures of
The Florida Division of Forestry Is sponsoring must accompany the application as a non- Los Angeles, stated that "a Bible study opposition
one-week environmental camps this refundable deposit The Ice covers au I'll discuss fertilization'and planting In would not be a permissible use In a single .to the operation of 1
two State Forests.All later articles. In them or. J'tI8ldentIal.rea. (package) store on the above =
summer at their necessities including insurance1, food and otce family .., since this would
come by your County Agent's If you '* property as approved by your
'be considered church In 'a'
materials. a activity
aspects of a natural forest ecosystemare teaching ".want a soil test kit,or if you Have any clueslions. town near Bostonthe building commissioner Juslment Tuesday, Feb. 211.. ,'.
explored. Student activities include After each week of regular camping; a ," We were extremely disaBpofaited to the
canoeing down scenic rivers, hiking few of the outstanding students will be' < notified a clergyman that. Invitingmore point of disbelief in the detrimental action
than four to his home for BI-
: ;, people a
through wilderness areas, and learning nominated by the staff to participate In a < taken against the citizens
bie study was violation) of the Home Occupancy -
how to use a compass and map. Relationships free, week-long advanced training session. a our area by you. You who were eof
ordin Atlanta of
between soil air plants,and wildlife This advanced session will immediatelyfollow Building Permits f'iiRI- !t tee.ln ,a zoaiag to serve the public good have <
fidal stated that kind of renrfarbotne'
are discussed\ and explored in depth. their week of regular environmental any InJustice to many families a.
'in ? Bible that Includes nonresMsate is U*
Students will learn to understand the links study and will consist of extended camping $711,900 Febrt'r.'r( study, wior In and of itself aod ; I
that tie all forest life together. and with on forest' led legal without a special-use ?permit disregard for the welfare
hiking: an emphasis Nine new single family 7 aH nces Homeowner* In Los Angeles were warned of the It
ecology. Two trained adults will lend and the FebMarybuilding suoposedry! served by persom in
dollar figure for 'that If frvw! -w! nottroiktent entered their: j
Recreation, another essential element Instruct each group, with a limit of 12 permits Bradford County (Wtadtng I [ afl ', : of public responsibility are In f
the program la plentiful In eland forest students per group. Students now enrolledin municipalities) with a tatol value
Supervised swimming canoeing lire grades .. through 11 are eligible, to at- .$424 100, Six commercial p* *l* were !o'Conti desist I order could beIssued... ,the basic unit of life In America .
Included, as wells fishing, voUeybaU.and tend. In value with a total of fMB/W.' Two Maryland residents wr> issued a Congratulation) ..
basketball. Campfire gatherings with For more Information, special programs are held every, week. Forester in the Agriculture Building or $107,400 and 14 add1tJ. vJP" o ctrnf without'. a use-and-occupancy local per r ,Pastor,1st CI '
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>/ March 4 is Deadline for:Strawberry Queen Pageant; Nine HavI* Signed Up So Far "

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Strawberry petition for Queen Bradford in the 21st County annual 964-7608 News !' ,

Pageant sponsored by the Junior *0 .
Woman's Club of Starke that will be C
held March M in the BHS Auditorium Ij
In 'conjunction with the Bradford
County Fair.
The deadline for entry Is Friday, Yh .
u of
L Spring Antiques f
March 4 The girls already entered as .
of Monday, Feb.' 28, are: i
Regina Hope Cannavo, 16, a
.sophomore at BHS la the daughter of at Fair Grounds March 18-20 I
Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Crawford >of
Ralfor and Jerry's of Starke. ham platter will highlight",din-
Diana Leigh Crawford 17, a seniorat selection, which will include
BHS .ui the daughter of Mr. and 0 .,1 the Lorraine. Side orders of cole j
Mrs. Nell Crawford and la sponsored and potato salad will also be
by the Florida Bank of Starke. and if your sweet tooth
Sharon Grlffis. 17, a junior at BITS a delectable array of
is the daughter of Mr.:and Mrs. Clifton desserts and a variety of ;
-Griffla and is sponsored by on ..should satisfy j i
Diane's Beauty Shop of Starke. .
1.-c- Dion.Crawford Ane.1.r.Isomr" Lester Ruud has been ;
Angela Adah Folsom, 17,a Junior at ap-
BHS b the daughter of Phyllis Folsom a chairman of the show by Mrs.
and Clifton Folsom of Starke. Warren, president of the
Tammy'.Jo Mann, 16, a junior at Club of Starke. She will be
BUS la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. follow.'A by Mrs. L.T. Young co-
T. J. Mann of Brooker and" sponsored U Mrs. C.E. O'Steen Is ac
by Hendry's Upholstery. .. contracts from dealers who
to lease for
space the show
Kathryn Paige Roberts, 17, is a
senior at BUS and is the daughter of
Mr; and Mrs. D. C. Roberta. She is )' Woman's Club of Starke, long
spdnsored I by! Leila's Dress and Gift to for their many civic
Shop. will utilize the proceeds
Vivian Alesla Sheffield, 18, a the Show and Sale to further
freshman at Santa Fe Community participation In such activities
College is the daughter of Mr. and Special Olympics' the support
Mrs.Frank Sheffield of Hampton and Hacienda Girls Ranch and to
is sponsored by Stump's DepartmentStore. their educational and
to -oroKranu.-
Holly Michelle Smith, 17,junior at Bradford Homemakers
Keystone High School is the daughter 4
of Mr and Mrs. Joel Smith of Crystal To Meet March' 10 Sola*
Lake and is sponsored by Andrews 'rte ',i Price OH(Bettor
Drugs of Keystone Heights. Bradford County Homemakers club On All Winter Clothing
Michelle Lee Stilwell. 17,a junior at w..++ F-w will meet Thursday, March 10, at 10 Ln:.DrMi a Gill Shop.
BHS is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. $h.,.Orton.d Tommy 1.M...' P............. a.m. In the Agriculture Building The SrMHonl SqiMr
Lloyd Stilwell, Jr. of Brooker and is public is welcome to attend.
sponsored by Alligator Creek Ranch. '
Prizes this year will include a FULL GOSPEL Pentecostal
scholarship for an eight week Improvement
course at the Amaro I COMMUNITY CENTER Sabbath Assembly
Modeling Agency in Orange Park and r? Th Salvation Makes You A Member
silver bowls to the Queen and runner- ..10n SERVICES 10:00 am Saturdays
1 .* .*. .. ': : : : : :: ::: :.:;:..11wtoy 7:30 pm Tuesday ,
up.Many activities are planned for the LA1.i s NMn. .... ..... 1:30:
contestants. Sunday, March 6, there ; T...., 1ItIIt..UD FttdIy loth.. UD: County Road 230A Starke
will be a Pageant Orientation at the LwiM' Mil ft ....era Mrtrittaf Phone 473-2442

Starke Woman's Club. Girls will be % y IitunUy. Muck I-7:00 bdrew c..p,,. AI W__
briefed on the activities planned and
what will be expected of all 'con- r -
testants. Monday, March 7, at 8:30: 1 I ;
be 04Th.giving Robert a hair Harris demonstration'and of NuWaves will 'E .r Kingsley Lake Baptist Church

talk.. Saturday, March 12, all con- d t
"Where Is and Jesus Christ Is Lord"
,tes.tantawiU .be-,trav JpgJo.Orpqge} \ ,t everybody.(, somebody"." ', "' 1" .,. -..' .... ,
.Park*t.rtvisu>< he4 f > ; ">"undSY. $ervlyeila; tii..? a' .; .:. .. .Jj
( : sortie modeling;tips and. :.. -- .
treat at Bennigan's.Thursday,March \ 10:00 Sunday School 1
17, Esther' Hardy will be.giving a I .0.-.... or.., ," ,,".. .. ... .... ..; .. 11JO am-Morning Worship ''''
make-up demonstration. 6:30 pm.Church Training I"I
AL.1.sh.4ff.ir1 Molly Smith Mkh n.$Nlw.hl .
7:30: pm Evening Worship ,
'. .. x Wednesday I
7:30 pm.Mid-Week Prayer Service
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Ladle Achievement Day Class of 73Planning Local Law Office L"c- -i

At Church of Christ Reunion' To Host Reception

Ladies Achievement Day will be The BHS class of 1973 are planning. Sunday March 6 SNAPPERSPRING

held at the Starke Church of Christ, their 10 year class reunion. The law firm of Bessent, Moody and
655 McMahon St.,on Saturday,March Addresses are needed to make this Salzman of Starke cordially Invite the
5, at 9:30 ,reunion success. Please call Kay
starting : a.m. a public to a reception on the occasion SPECTACULAR
'The program will include Welcomeand Chitty, 064-5253,, or Vicki Sparks, of the opening of their new law offices .
prayer,; Personal Work Songs; 9644330.Sttirk situated at. 403 W. Georgia Street .
.Parenting: teenagers visual, aids;' (street beside new Bradford
lunch. i influence; songs. Be Thou Courthouse).' FREE Atta s Worth upfo$58.95
i Uri 3l 65 and Woman' ClubTo
faithful closing. prayer. The reception will be held Sunday
':.. ;..:f '. Meet March 9 March 6, from 2-5 p.m. Purchase a 21"self-propelled ac01 back into the lawn to become lawnmower
'Shelley Slket. Light refreshments; will be served. at the regular retail! Ic.nd< food.The Snapperizer can save you

/v/'Al; t Chapman 'The Starke Woman's Club will havea Junior receive your choice of a FREE :_ a *:: time this Fall as an efficient
program on insurance under the Woman Club
Thatcherizer. Mulcherizer leaf shredder. Finally there's
:OJ Wadding Friday: Home Life Department, at 'their Meet \
luncheon-meeting Wednesday, March To March.9 Snapperizer or Bag-N-Blade ; :", the convenience of the
--The marriage"of Shelley Sikes and 9, at 12 noon.Hostesses. Kit.The Thatcherizer easily :, B\ extra Bag-N-Blade Kit.Visit
Al Chapman will take place Friday, will be Mrs. Frank The Junior Woman's Club will meet removeslhatch and vacuums ,: \ 'lyour SNAPPER dealer to- I
Brown, chairman Mrs. Al KJ CarlU .Wednesday, March 9, at 7:30: p.m. at l\\
March 4. at : 14 the Madison ; ; 'the club house where final it away with little effort.The day. Buy and save nowMulcherizerchewsupcliD
Street Baptist Church with a reception I ale,Mrs. A. J.Barry, Mrs; Brady Collins !- the plans I "
Strawberry Pageant will be1
-Dr. Florence Jennings. Mrs. A, '
following in the church'Fellowship discussed. pings and deposits them
Hall R. KicRae, Mrs. G. B. Spry Mrs. .
All friends and relatives are invited'to Herbert Thomas, Mr;. O. A, Wiggins Hostesses for the March meeting' _1Ite_
attend., .,and Mrs: J, D. Warren. Trade will be Peggy Torpde.! Brooks and. Christie and 1 1Ik'

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. Ellen Day+mude and Kenneth Quinion Repeat Vows Jan. 28 f Debbie Crutchfield,, Marvin Norman I

Ellen Marie Daymude, who resided length train A capelet effect ruffle ,"""'" ":.. ..q ,...,.,,.,"..... ..., ".." ."." ""' ... '".." '."" ''''' ." .. .." ",,, ,,,,', '''',,' '
with Rev. and Mrs. James Starling, encircled the neckline. Her veil was ;kr.: :. .c. ,I To Wed March 5 at New River
and Kenneth D. Quinion, son of Ken- secured to an alencon lace floret ;
-- neth T. Quinion, all of Starke, were headpiece. She wore pearl earringsand ." Debbie Crutchfield of Brooker and' crystal holders entwined with ivy.
united In marriage Jan. 28, at 7:30 necklace,a gift of the groom, and y Marvin Norman of Lawtey will' be Corsages in the traditional colors
pm. in the First Baptist Church in carried a three-tiered cascade of dark united In marriage Saturday, March were presented to the honoree,her
Graham with Rev. Alton Dobbs performing blue silk roses,accented by light blue 5, at 7 p,m. in. the New River Baptist mother Jackie Crutchfield and grand
the ceremony. hand formed satin leaves, framing Church. mother, Mrs. Loyd Barry. The
theoutside of each tier and then accented All friends and relatives are Invited groom-elect's mother, Mrs. Carl Norman *
A 15-candle brass candelabra with light blue satin ribbon. to attend. was unable to be present due to
decorated with greenery and white illness .
carnation centered the altar and was A reception was held in the church [f') Debbie .
flanked by two five-candle brass reception hall. Miss Brenda Masters Crutchfield Several games were played under
candelabras that were decorated with kept the bride's book. Honored at Shower the direction of Jeanette Hayes with
.similar arrangements.\ The altar rail winners' presenting the gifts to the
was draj>ed with matching flowers. The bride' table was covered witha 1 ,Debbie Crutchfield,daughter of Mr. bride-to-be. The games were followedby
Pianist David,Sparks presented a lace cloth over Navy blue and ) ,' and Mrs. Sam Crutchfield of Brooker, the honoree opening her many
program of nuptial music. centered with a four-tiered wedding bride elect of Marvin Norman, son of lovely gifts,with the last to be openeda
cake topped with a satin bride and Mr.and Mrs. Carl Norman of Lawtey, gift of a vacuum cleaner given by
Mike Badcock of Valdosta, Ga. was groom. Around the cake was a ,I was honored at a miscellaneous the hostesses. Refreshments of cake,
best man and Mike Foust of Valdostawas garland of winter lilies in Navy and ,", shower In the Fellowship Hall of the' punch and relishes with various dips
an usher. light blue. At each end of the table } New River Baptist Church Feb.24. were served by the following
Mrs. Janna Samons served as were five-candle candelabra \ I, A theme of,yellow and green ac- hostesses:: Beverly Welch, Jo Ann
matron of honor. Miss Donna decorated with Navy and white J cented with geraniums was used Fussell, Sue Gainey, Virginia Crews,
Brantley was a bridesmaid.: They flowers. Cutting the cake were Mrs. throughout the room. The refresh- Glenda Andrews,Cora Lee Stalnaker, .
were attired alike in Navy blue and Albert Sparks and Mrs. Ernest ',' .' ,. ment tables were covered with white Sue Stalnaker, Gina Stalnaker,
white dresses. They! had small silk Hunter. linen cloths centered with an arrangement Jeanette Hayes, Nancy Parrish and
Navy and light blue flowers In their Mrs. Lil Ayer presided at the punch 7 rts of flowers and yellow candles in Mary Ann Andrews.
hair and they carried white lace fans bowl which centered a table covered ;
of accented the with the dark blue silk roses with a Navy cloth that was caught up : The Jerry: Morans Open Pasta RestaurantJerry I
bride's choice with the accent of at the corners with matching winter
the light blue satin ribbon.
Julie Lynn Starling was flower girl lilies. and Hazel Moran of Kingsley The restaurant will be open for
and wore a Navy blue dress with Following a wedding trip at pointsof Lake announce the opening of their 'lunch 11'45: a.m. to 2:30: p.m. Monday
three deep ruffles of white lace and interest in Florida the couple is new restaurant La Pasta Fresca,. through Friday and dinner 8 to 9 p.m.
blue ribbon. residing in Valdosta, Ga. iMr located In the Village Mall in Orange Monday to Saturday; closed on Sundays -
The bride graduated from Temple :wy4 Park, on Tuesday, March 1. Jerry Moran, Jr. Is the chef and
The bride, given In marriage by her Heights Christian High School She attended The Morana have bought two pasta manager for his, -parent's ,new
brother, Horace Stanley Ham, Jr. Pensacola Christian College machines from Italy and will grate restaurant.
wore a wedding gown fashioned with and Clearwater Christian College. their own Imported cheeses, use Im- Mr. and Mrs. Moran gave a pre-
high neck, long sleeves, skirt.and The groom graduated from Lyman ported vinegar, mustards, opening dinner party last Friday
capelet of pleated chiffon and trimmed Ward Military Academy. He is mushrooms and other condiments. evening at their new restaurant.
with re-embroidered alencon lace presently Inertial! Navigation Techni- -' They will serve fresh pasta, tortellini Prior to the dinner Mr. and Mrs.
and seed pearls and had a chapel cian in the U.S. Air Force. .' as well as many,other cauteed meats William Elsner entertained the
.and Mrs.Kenneth Quinion items, home made pastries. and .Morans and their guests at a cocktail
gourmet: delicacies. party given at their home

. I Did Yon KnowLoretta Jessica Lynn Mnndorff Susan Champion

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Mundorff of Shower Honor..
Beasley Saxon and Timmv f Woman's Club and all bridge players Lawtey announce the birth of a
Saxon will celebrate their'first wedding Iare welcome to attend. Sale* daughter, Jessica Lynn, born Feb. 25 Miss Susan Champion, brideelectof
anniversary Saturday, March 5. '/ Price Off S Setter .In Alachua General Hospital. BSSgrandparents Thomas Derkman, was honored at
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish visited On All Winter Clothing Maternal grandparents are Mr.and a bridal shower Saturday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Frick and son i, their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. t.li-.D....a CUt Shop Mrs. J. L. Wilkinson of Raiford. given by Mrs. W. B.Thompson at her
Jeremy of Riverdale, Ga. and sons Stan Reddish in St. Augustine on Bradford", u... Maternal great grandparents are home of N. Walnut street. .
Ryan and Shaun Frick of Gainesville Saturday and brought home with Mrs. Effie Mae Wilkinson and Bernie A red and white Valentine motif
spent the weekend with his parents i, them their granddaughter, Pamela, Johnnie Blaine Thompson enter- Padgett of Lawtey Paternal grand- was used in the party decorations. As
Mr.-and Mrs..Walter J. Frick. for the weekend. tained at a cookout on Saturday Feb.! parents are Mrs. Andrea Mundorff of are Mr. and the guests arrived they.were given a
26, at his home of Silver Lake, Starke and, Wayne Mundorff of Charles Hardy'of Starke. Mrs. recipe card for them to write their
.Sal** Sen. Charley Johns celebrated his Keystone Heights with approximately Keystone Heights. Paternal great great grandmother''is Mrs.Paternal' G. E. favorite recipe for Susan's kitchen.
/ Price OH S Better 78th birthday Sunday at a family birthday 250 guests attending.Mr. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ron McGauley of Palatka, Among the 14 attending between 2
On All Winter Clothing dinner at home. The 14 atten- nie Mundorff of Starke.! and I p.m. were Mrs. Don Champion,
lello'i Dr...I CHI Shop ding included Mr. and Mrs.' James and Mrs. -Glen Reddish and Griffis mother of the honoree and Mrs. Blon-
Bradford Square Cash and family of Orlando.Mr. children of Pensacola will spend Fri Adam Christopher HardyMr. Cynthia Regina .nie Derkman and Mrs. Sheryl Allen,
day to Tuesday with his mother Mrs. : mother and sister of the
Griffls prospective
James and
and Mrs. Cindy of Graham
Don Hardy of Starke
.and Mrs. Herbert Thomas P. D. Reddish and family..' groom.
Cleatus Nixon of Portland, Ind.was I in the announce the birth of a son, Adam announce the birth of a daughter,
Lakeland weekend
weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. their daughter over, Kathleen McNeelyand visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown attended Christopher, born Feb. 25 in Alachua Cynthia Regina, born Feb. 20 in
George W Brown. daughter, the Martell/Brown wedding in Miami General Hospital. He joins a brother, Alachua General Hospital.
over the weekend Donald, age 5V4. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Solo*
Mrs. Marian Starling and daughter Maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs. James GriffIS of Graham.Paternal V4 Price.Off S Better -
t Mrs. O. L. Jr. visited her
Danielle and Mrs. Jewell Johns of Mrs. Epiphano Romero of great grandmother is MaryTalbi On All Winter Clothing
daughter Mrs. Marcia Mr. and Mrs.T.H.Slade attended
Welch and
a of 'tell.'. t GMt
Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of Okechobee. Maternal great grand- Graham. Maternal grandparent is Droll Shop
meeting at Florida
children in Southern
Savannah Ga. the College;
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. weekend. in Lakeland I last Thursday.Mr. parents are Mr.and Mrs.Manuel Sar- Mrs. Leona T. Brown of Starke and' 1..df.rcI"'u.r.uI .
ria of Miami and Cuba. Paternal the late Clyde Brown..

Mrs. Alice Barron has been moved' Drew Reddish and Jim Duncan attended and Mrs. 'Bill Jackson and

.from Norma's Home to the GreenCov a Rotary meeting In Jackson- family of Gainesville and Mr. andIItMrs.tO. ,., .. ... .
'Spring\ Gcrlairkc,Center M|rifle Friday.and wertr Joined by their j 3( S. UUberger of Green Bay' << 'tIll1f.JtIirI w.a .1. .'>> 'f' : ,1d"",, ';; .. .' ,
Visiting her aria-week:are her brother I iPYI 1I Gl'f1 jY [161a.J
wives that for were Sunday of j
; evening a banquet. guests MrsrJ.;
and two sisters, Charles Burton of Jackson. s
Port St. Lucie and Mrs. Martha Clay Electric; is YOURCO.OP
Johnston of Miami and Mrs. Betty, .Sol**

Bauer of Greenville, Miss who are % Price OH a Bettor ,Attending the District Four Arts
staying: with their niece, Mrs. Janet On All Wlntor Clothing and Crafts Show in Lake City last Fri ,
Turner. LeUo'i D....I OK Shop day were Mrs. Frank Brown
Mrs You have the ELECTRICAL
Bradford Square Mildred Bellizi Mrs. to sell.
Winners at Duplicate Bridge Tuesday W. H. Thomson ,
night,Feb. 25 were: first Laurie Mrs.Mrs.John Neil Griffin Ahrhart, Mrs. Lester Ruudand You have the VOTING POWER'' to elect responsive
Francis and Rhea Johnson; second Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahassee responsible
Lucile Green and Ida Shaw; third visited her mother,Mrs. W. B.Mundy 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomson and ,representation to serve YOUR best interests::
Aura Bhannbandh and Charuey over the weekend. Mrs. Mundy also son, Todd of Tallahassee ,j
Watana. The club plays every Tuesday had as Friday luncheon guests, Rev. weekend with his mother spent the RETURN '
night at 7:30: p.m. at the Starke and Mrs. T. A. Steel of Tampa. Thomson and Mrs. W. H. '
family. 'RICHARD '
H'" '
_ .Social snortsChristian ( '
Trustee' .. District No 1
Church Members. :BPW Club Has ProgramOn .Sal**
VI. Price. Off*Better "
Have Two Beautiful
Celebrations Images
On All Wlntor Clothing Clay Electric Cooperative Inc.
:. Leil.-.D....I Gift ,
Choir members of the First Chris- Mrs. Patty Shay, Image: Consul- Shop ".- '
tian Church gave a house warming tant, presented a program in Bradford Square t ANNUAL MEETING MARCH 24 1983' '
r, Sunday afternoon for Mr. and Mrs. "Beautiful Images" at the Business Susan'A. ,. ,
Ed Kaster at their home on Kingsley and Professional Woman's Club Champion,. .N '
I. Lake. meeting Feb. 24 at the Starke Thomas D.rkman Richard L, Murrhee Sr. 'has
an :outstanding record conscientious
The approximately 50 attending Chamber of Commerce building. To Wed March 18 '1
oo brought refreshments and gifts bet- Miss Della Rosenberg, president,. service tti our community 1965 he was elected to
.., ween the hours and 5 p.m. presided. Mrs. Novice Ward was in : representyou
",I, charge of the program for Total The Thomas wedding Richard of Susan Derkman A. Championand on the Board of Trustees of Clay Electric Cooperative '
will Inc.
Sunday evening after church ser- Woman, helping create a service for ,
.. vice members gathered in the beauty and color. at take the place Starke Friday,March 18,at 7 pm.' ,- ''-the FIRST Trustee ever elected from Keystone Heights and
Fellowship Hall to help celebrate Dan The BPW club meets every fourth Woman's Club with a one
.' and Cleo Harley's 39th anniversary Thursday at the Chamber of Com reception All friends following.and relatives of the youngest in..the entire nation.
and are cordially -
Mr. Harley's birthday. merce.
invited to attend. :

'l:. -Sol** Women of St. Mark'sTo .Sol As a public servant, Richard L. Murrhee, Sr. has consistently

: On A All Price Winter OH t Clothing Better Meet.March 8 % Price Off*a...... maintained a fine balance between conservative management and

,,, Leila'.Drew a Gift The Women of St. Mark's Episcopal On All Winter Clothing '
Sredford", _r. Church will meet Tuesday, March 8, tei'''-.D....a Gift Shop forward-looking provision" for. the. future,. .lifetime : resident, of,
.. at 7:30: p.m. in the Parish House. Bradford Square' I"i i ito Clay 'he is %:
married to
,. County, the former Gloria:' Williams: of '

Palatka. They have two Rick
sons, Tim

ta: : NOW IS THE TIME 'Richard' ..L. Murrhee, :Sr.. assures you: .

Maximum "' '
",. value for expenditure'ofyour money?, ,

1 Prudent progress with no'undue delays '
.. 1':. .: TO BUILD R An objective sense; of priorities the greatest. good of air who

.d live and work!. here j'-, ',
,,', "The lowest possible,rates,consistent with sound management."

J See us for estimates on

w II;: New construction 'Elect.A Proven? (:FubSc: ,Servant.,: To: Your, Cooperative Board .

I; Remodeling '. Y0ur: Favorable:'Consideration WiH Be i

*.{< Deeply. Appreciated.i
Additions I
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,,, ,. 1W". '

:J.:4. .. : "> .- > f j" :RICHARD' :L. MURRHEE ,,'SR.

No Job 1 Is' Too Large or Too Small : : I. '

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;' Round BHS Boys Take Clay: ''

Try a of Golf ,, ,

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: 74-61 in Track Meet

With Obstacles in, Way 1 y1tfv y

An Idea that had been brewing in had to play through Sunday: : Tornadoes Sweep Sprint

the minds of Randy'Jones and Al Number 3- A garbage can with the
Coston for four or five years came to bottom knocked out was on its side etl t r* .. Sweeping the 100. 220, and all three included an 11S100 yard dash by Pam 5

fruition last weekend as the Starke near the green and players had to roll relays the Bradford High boys.track Hawkins; a 53.7 440 yard relay by the ::

Golf*Country Club hosted the 1st An- their ball through to get to the green. sY z1. ,ta o" team surpassed Clay High's Blue foursome of Monica Berry, Pam =
nual Yadak Golfskl' Classic a Once on the putting surface golfers Devils 7441 In the track field opener Bos well. Robin Jefferson, and a

somewhat wacky golfing event that had to putt up a ramp and into a box at the BHS oval Tuesday. Hawkins; a 54.5 win in the 330 low
turned out to be plenty pf fun despite near the pin.Number Clay High's girls forfeited the meet hurdles by Karen Kimutis; and winning =
bad weather Opposite-handed clubs against Bradford's Lady Tornadoes. times of : .tin the half mile and :

were required off the tee and the putter After Clay dominated the field 14:37 in the two mile for Michelle I
Obstacles were placed on each hole events BHS finally caught up and Kimutis !
was a 3-foot piece of rubber
in the 9-hole tournament held Sunday with a puller head attached. pipe 1''b ttn passed the Blue Devil boys at the mile. The Tornadoes boys and girls run I:

but Jones said the biggest obstaclewas Number 5A 4x4 box surrounding' ..awn ,,1 } medley relay with Clifford Hill at the University City Relays Friday I tat

Sunday's high winds. Still, 23goUertf the hole had 2 holes cut out on three Patrick Mills Teddy Bresee and the University of Florida's Percy I
tried their Tuck in an afternoon sides and 1 hole on the other. Golfers Paul McKinney winning that event in Beard Track starting at 2 p.m. I
of golfing around or through trash %, 9)r'
r a 4069:
cans, toilet seats, and the like53's had to putt through one of the open-. L- Sprint power led BHS to the win. __.r 1AV f
by Harry Siemen and Danny ings to get near the pin Junior (cr---'I, t
Number SIt was baseball time as Eric Lane won the long Jump .- .
Hayes were the day's best gross (20-1) 220 ((23.7) and the winning "
ran on
players had to use an aluminum bat lane h..5-I) Erie lam(BUS) 10-1.Maahnia-1)
scores and Siomen won top prize in for their drive. Some threw the golf 440 and mile relay teams while Chandler(C) 1. ,1)) Mark PierceM Triple
the gross competition based on taking 2nd in the triple jump.. Also An- p...- I) Jenklna (C) 40-0, 1) Eric Lane BHS
regression 3rd place went to Ken ball up in the air and gave it a whack s r tonio in the SUCH*. M. a*. I) CUIford HUI IBHS) t-.. MMPM
Jones ran a 52.4 quarter
others played off a baseball-like tee. -. I)Chandler 41-V onim I)Coleman 1C)
McKenzie with a 55, and Dick Ables Number 8- A hew hole was cutback mile and was by himself all the way. 101-0. 7) I**Senders BHS 100.
shot 59 for 3rd. Jones also won the 100 in 10.4 and an- IM btak lt *mi 1) JanUm 1C) 171,1) Clifford. I
In the net .category using the behind the green chored the mile relay. Hill (ails) "'.7. ''. I) Antonio Jones (Bus) to.4.I .
Number 9-A horshoe shaped toilet )IM Sanlen(BHS)11.1.11)Teddy Breece BHS
Calloway handicap system Randy seat was the obstacle on the last hole. Distance man Curtis Jones nipped IRS. am*. 1> Cut W Jonas(51(5)4:55,3.440..I.y. 1
Jones won with a net 35, followed by Clay's Brian Coleman at the wire in I) Bradford (Shank. Braee Mill., Lena) 47.4.
Golfers had to their ball throughthe
Al Coston Greg Eades, and Bill get the half mile in 2:08 and also won *.> I) Allonlo Jooea IBI1S U 4. *M m Hmelii
Powell all with 35.5. Coston took 2nd open end for the putt sum the mile ((4:53.3) and took second in 1)Jenkins(C)40 0.1)Clifford HID(BUS)-.1.aea..
I) Curt; Jane BUS 1:01.1.: m._-, I)
and Eades and Powell tied for 3rd And here's a warning for golfers the two mile. Bradford (Hill, Mill, Bran, MCKU.ns"i)4.0: .
based on a tiebreaker system decidedby who'll play next year: In spite of the lack of opposition m. I) Erie Lane (BUS) U7, l) Lax Sanders
the low handicaps. "I think we'll put a more obstacles Jones Leans to Win'at Wire... Tuesday the BHS girls ran what (BUS) .... II) Wendell Shanks. (BUS) 170, ,-.

Here's some of the obstacles golfers on the course next year Jones says Bradford'i Curtis Jones sprinted to the tape to catch and pass Clay High' amounted to an intersquad tuneup. .U Jto-DCrowdertOH.M.0). MIS..t.r. I) Bradford:41.4.1)CurtUJon(McKlnray. .,(Mllle.L BUS.

Brian Coleman (right) In the 880.Jones was timed, In 2080. Coleman In 2:08.5 Early-season performance turned In. ,Jens) 1:61.1.:


I Lady Tornadoes 'Carry 2-0 Mark:. Into Tournament Here This. Weekend f B

The Bradford High girls' Softball to put the Lady Tornadoes up 7-3 in Interlachen's Sheila Archer was 4 Allen slapped doubles In that first to Hall to Allen double play In blankIng Lady Temaa ImtHatlvnal

team will carry a perfect record Into the 5th inning and they held on to beat with. two triples. : ',: frame and Mashell' Brown and the Rams.Invitational. 1itRauixlOm*.

this weekend's first annual Lady Tornado Interlachen Tuesday. Last Thursday the BHS girls ripped Melanie Wood added singles. (Friday, Motdl4))

Invitational tournament thanksto Gainesville; Eastside 8-0 |Jn ,their' Allen ended up 2-for-3 with her dou- Starts Friday 'BRADFORD vs. Hawthorne

season-opening wins' over "We i\3ft.10 people on base, BHS opener at home. ble and 3 RBI's, Hamm was 2-3 with 4iis- Santa Fe vs. Live Oak
Gainesville Eastside and Interlachenlast coach Gayle Lee said. "A couple of Winning pitcher Val Hamm and'j he the double and a run, and Kathy Bradford High and Hawthorne ':3O- Buchholz vs. Keystone

week. ._ times we had runners on 2nd and 3rd Lady Tornado defense checked the Diggs and Myra Cummings were both clash at 3 p.m. Friday March, as 7,00- Gainesville vs. Interlachen

The BHS girls blanked Eastside 8-0 or .bases loaded with no outs and Ramrf on :S I hits while BHS banged Out z... Diggs had a triple. the two-day Lady Tornado Invita- MS- loser 1 vs. loser 2

and then escaped with a 7-6 road win didn't score any runs." 13 of its own. Hall was 1-3 with her double and 2 tional Softball tournament opens at

over Interlachen Tuesday to put their' Marla Reddish was 3-for-4, Lisa The BItS girls started the season off RBI's Marla Reddish 1-3, and Wood Westside Field In Starke. Play picks back up Saturday morn-

mark at 2-0 heading into a. tourna- Blackshear 2-3, Val Hatnm 2-4. and on the right foot blanking Eastsidq( 1-2. Six'other teams- Santa Fe Live ing ,with a lo er's bracket game

ment game Friday (see tourney pair- Kathy Diggs 2-4 to lead the BHS girls. 'the top of the first and then piling on 6 Oak, Gainesville High, Buchholz.. followed by the winner's bracket

-Ings). Hall had a double and Mashell Brown runs in the bottom of the opening inn- "We looked good fielding Coach Keystone and Interlachen are also semi's at 9:15: and 10:30 a.m. Play

Vonda Kay Hall doubled home scored 8 runs and had RBI's for Ing. : Lee added after her girls made just taking part in the 1st annual double- continues! all day through the finals

Myra Cummings and Mashell Brown ''Bradford. Vonda Kay Hall; Hamm,, and Kay; two errors and pulled off a Cummings elimination tournament.Bradford. set for B I p.m. Saturday night.

Sports Calendar. --r. -I '(;;.;;:=:;, _rfo'l/fI! -\., ,1"" }' '' ''

'.': ""taay.tri t ,,_. ., If";iL" ," ';.i"" J{' I .r.._ r:; JllaJ Nips Clay 40-37

\(jfjf:: BHS baaaball al Santa t.(7:3d)
,/I Prteer.atereVe1M
<.ft.. Eaatalde at BHS .......u (T-..*. ) In.eghtliftin'aVleet.at: BHS
BUS_*etUat anUjr )(Relays,O.laisvllMans r _. : tleaaM
K '* ha k fbai I: .tourney iemlflna>. It..' .' t* *
J?:,, BHS ftrla anltnall tourney stasis, Weabloa fleM Sparked by individual wins by Chris total and Thornton won the
'.' BH8 girls.. Hawthorne. ,5:50)1awd.r.M..A Cribbs, Roland Coleman, Kenny heavyweight division with a 410 total.

'Ie., Wright Wayne Cribbs, and Donald Wright and Coleman both have

".'.,.All day BHS dm".oflb.ll .........,..WealaidechampJonehlpgametpm Thornton, the Tornado weightlifting qualified for the state meet scheduledfor
( .> team nailed down its first outright Saturday March 12, at North
victory of the season last week at Marion. Both will left in the 165 pound

BHSIaniuaalSamaFallMeixtbaikMbaUtournainaiunnala. -7:*) home nipping Clay High 40-37. division where Wright's best Is 525

1 \ <7:00) BUS coach Jimmy Prevatt shuffled and Coleman's 515.,
h y' virtually his entire lineup to get the
time.r.-Wd.a maximum points in each weight class Bradford_..CIajrl7IBHSptanra
}* Orans Park at BUS glrb eoTtbaU ((4'00) I )
BUS lannfe al Macctonny IS'801 and the changes worked. .... II Mlchaal Alvara .....00. lit. I) Chrla
,. BHS track. Held it Santa ". 11:00': Cribbs totaled 255 pounds to win the Crlbba 1110-__.
'. BUS baaebaU' at Mlddleounj(.:00) 123 pound division Coleman took the ua-DRutMriGorman ,. _. l''-I)Roland

., w............... Wright Pushes Weight Up )Enroute to Win... 165 pound class with a 500 pound total Cotaman..- U Kenny zW-110-WO Wright/. 3)MO-110-5II Tony: Den. iva.. :M&UIIH35.I. I) Wayne.
the 181 division
Intarlachen at BUS girls softball M:00)! Wright topped pound CnN I70-JOO-470. l) Carl Kaitar U6-10S-4M.
: nail
: Senior Kenny Wright, shown here on the cle.n-.nd-' outright win of the year by taking the 181 pound class In' with a team-high 510 aggregate Richard Nay...... !90-l Mao. ..... I) Thornton

,V -..,.-,., Jerk! helped ,the' Tornado welghtHRers to their ,first II meet against clay High, Wayne Cribbs won: at 198 with.a 470 111Io11IIH1,11) Sam Tvaoa no-uo-toi.
BHS girH tottball UreOak. ( :00)

ALL UNKNOWN OTHER the complaint or pell- firm wlahlng' con.l......-' mary Admlnlatrotlon has
that an action tor
NOTICE must have In the of- bn entered by the
OR tlon
DISSOLUTION OP .MARRIAGE hand and Notice la hereby given
'f'IjJ .OF INTENTION my the obova styled' Court and
flc of Superintendent
LegalNotices has .been .filed TO REGISTER the seal of this Court on that pursuant to a Final that the total value of
TITLE OR INTEREST IN of School, a written
and you or. required to'; ;FICTITIOUS NAME THE' PROPERTY February I4lh 1983. Judgement dated ta this the above eatota la
lerve a copy of your GILBERT. BROWN February 28, 1983. InCase response S24.0OOOO conalallng of
written d.._.... if any Pursuant to Section HEREINAFTER' DESCRIBED Clerk Circuit: Court No. 82.319; of the advrtlment. Indicating Florida Gold Account
to It on petitioner DEBRAD : BY: Barbara A. Stonier Circuit Court ol the an Interell, '
,869.09. Florida Statutes, RESIDENCE and $15.000.00; Florida Bonk
: ROGERS. P. O Box 86, Deputy Clerk, Eighth Judicial Circuit In legal qoolllkotloni. Checking Account
,notlc la hereby giventhat UNKNOWN. :, hourly and monthly ,
and for Bradford County. noting
: 2/24 3/17 .
"Q Graham Florida' 32042, 4tch9 SB.000.001974: Plymouth
the' underllgned YOU
ARE NOTIFIED Florida In which charge for such aer-.
; Duller 1000.00 and
an\ orbfor. March'lT.983 ;:, Le and, Vickie Sparita. that on action by AGNESJ. NOTICEOF CHARLES REDING and vices; not later than 4
that hove
fl \ and III. the original '515 E. Jackson St.. MANN, to dtermln( INTENTTO PATSY R. REDING nil p.m. March: 14. 1983. been aneta Willie

y .. with the clerk of this Stork. Florida; and the b.n*ficlarle. of REGISTER wife; or. the Plaintiff. and falling earn shall Mae Davis assigned, Rout to 1, Box
/ PUBLIC NOTICE 250. Hampton.. Florida. court either before ..,. James and Bobble EMORY MELVIN JOHNS. FICTITIOUS NAME and EDWARD J. not be considered 27, Stark, Florida
', TO RESIDENts 32044 or' the City At1tomey. 'vk* on petitioner or Immediately aSrlon 636 W. Madison deceased, has been filedIn 'WAGNER and MARY K. Individual and firm '32091.

OF HAMPTON; FlORIDAi Mary Marshall, thereafter. St.. Stark, Florida sole the above dacrlbed( STATE OF FLORIDA ,WAGNER his wlf" .. and may offer any Within three month
1 ALL'INTERESTED 10' 10 othrwla a |udgmnt Court |tOld action In- ,COUNTY OF BRADFORD HERIBERTA. GOUDREAU
AND : N.E. ..Avenue.Suite or joint owners doing statements or evidenceof from the time of the tint,
PERSONS 3. Galnelvlll. will b* entered for the business under th. firm. 'volvea told beneflclarlea' ,and LOUISE M. qualification by the publication of this notice
relief demanded In the right to the paat*.!ion SLI ENTERPRISES. INC. GOUDREAU., his wlf.. LA
Florida 32605 ((904)) nama of CREATIVE COT- .am. date. Selection you are required to file
%,1 NOTICE:'IS HEREBY :37M724, i r' petition. TAGE." U.S. 301 South. and following ownership of th In* hereby intends gives nolle with thatIt COE AND THOMPSON. Shan .b* baud upon but with the clerk of the Circuit

(GIVEN'" that the city of BY'Amy Davis WITNESS my hand and (P O.. Box 1027)) Stork.., Bradford property County, the Clerk to of reglater the Circuit P.A., THE UNITED not limited to:. Court of Bradford
Hampton,'' .Bradford. City Clerk Hampton the leal of this Court. on Florida 32091 Intend to Florida Court for Bradford County STATES OF DOOR AND, capabilities. adequate County, Florida Probate
.County,': Florida. re- 2/17 4tchg 3/10 February. 9. 1983.GILBERT register said (Ictltloua' Th*. Southeast Florida the flctltlou SUPPLY COMPANY, personnel past record Division the address of

quash that. all persona, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT S. BROWN nom .' under ,'|Jhq'. Quarter of the Northeast 'name of LIL'S PLACE and INC., ore th* Def_ and experience, location which Courthouse la Bradford Stork.County
, .vxha 'hay purchased or COUNTY i .Clerk 6f the Court aforesaid atatutaJt / .. t Quartet of Section 36. to engage In bualnaaa dents, I will tail to the of oHlca. and availability ,
,Know of family ........bra: FLORIDA. BY Beulah.' M. Moody Dated this 10th day of Township 5 South) Rang under that fictitious highest and .bat bidder of legal services ta the of a written claim itotemnt d -
any or *>
.whohove" porehaaed CIVIL I ACTION Deputy Clerk February. A.D., 1983. In 20 Eoit.//., name with a principal for co.h.at the East front Bradford School Board. mond have

burial lots Inth.| NO. 83-42 2/10, 4tchg 3/03 Bradford. ,county.Florldai and place of business at 1601 door of 'the Bradford. Selection of the .beat .agalnet you the estate may of Ed-
cemetery .located In ... I Th*'. ,, Southwest North Temple Avenue, County Courthouse, In qualified flrmi or .Individuals na Ray Crawford.
'....mptOfl: (Int*raetlon ofDEBRA NOTICE UNDER 2/10 4tchg 3/03 Qoortair! of th.. Nor. Starke. Florida 32oar.SLIENTERPRISES Stork! Bradford County. shell take dcod. I
In r* th* marriage FICTITIOUS NAME thwctt Quarter of 31, INC. Florida at 11:00 a.m. on March
of Slot Roods 18 221)), Wife place at 9 p m. Each claim meat be In I
I Florida.; old cemetery! ROGERS... LAW IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Township 5 South Range.' BY, Lillian EGrttla" March 28 1983. th*, 14, 1983. Negotiationwith writing and must 'Indicate ,

owned by the etty or and OF FLORIDA EIGHTH 2)) Eoff, following dacrlbd pro- ., the Number One the bail far the
now and formerlyown WILLIAMA..ROGERS. :Nolle 'I' hel.bxgiven JUDICIAL CIRCUIT You >or*, required ta ,,DUDLEY.P. HARDY,P.A. party sNhx'th In the, choke qualified firm or claim the name and ad-
I Hampton Hu.bond4, IN AND FOR serve ,a copy, of/ your' BY: John H.John. Eaq. order of Final Judge '
od th* Board olTruit that the undergo"-', Individual will toke placeat dross of tha creditor or
.by of th Florida I .d Intend to rcglite" ',BRADFORD COUNTY; wrlttan ;clglmi a* such', p: O. Drawer 1030 .ment; a mutually agreed his agent or attorney,
< 32091 '
NOTICE OF ACTION ; FLORIDAPROBATE peraon or persons' ta Stark, The South j 922.4 fet of and the amount claimed.
Clerk ol the
of with th* fc '. time and plate by
,Annual ConlarenC4f DIVISION whom tens notice I* ad- ((904))964-5701 the SE'/i of Section 35: upon
If the claim la
:the 'United .Mathedla* 'Tut 1 V.ILUAMA., I ROGERS. cult Court Florida at Bradford told CASE NO. 113-,11-(1' ........'If ony, to Au.. Attorney for Reglitrant Township Hong the .Involved/a/HOONEYP.HAU portlea. due. the dote when)yet It
County. ;.
263 Brown' 'of ,' BROWN a 2/24 4tehg 3/17 West of ? .
Church, plaMW contact ".O. Box trad name of FLEETFINANCENTERt \ 'n' Coat, tying: Chairman will become due. shall .b*
C......., Konaoe 66777 INKS.ThEatatol. JOHNSON. P.A...4010GNewberfy 'Slot Rood 100.. '
either the City r Toronto, '116 'N. \H THE!CIRCUIT COUNTY, Bradford CountySehoolboard atated. If th* claim .lacontingent
Mood. P. O. DATED this 5. doy of
Amy. ..Davis,, ", ,O. "ox' 'NOTIFIED'ti ,Walnut" SI.;,', Starkat EMORY MELVIt4OHNs! / Box I I330Z.; Golnaivllle.. EIGHTH JUDICIAL 'February. 1983.GILBERTS.. or unllquldored. .
YOU : : the nature of
t ** ', i'. FIortda't32091" 'In \com* Doc...... ."NOTICE u I Florida 82604: "Attorney CIRCUIT COUNTY. BROWN 3103 2tchl 3/10 the uncertainty shall .b*
pllonce- :with, Section for Petrlloner, on or .BRADFORD CLERK
stated tt the .
claim i
'863.09. Florida Statulae, OF ACTION: before days from dote FLORIDA ,BY: ....Iah Moody .IN THE ORCUIT secured, th.

the shoedoesn't Dated at.Tampa.., of tint,publltatloo, 1<1- CASE NO.82.119 'D.puty Clerk 'OtIlRADFOtIOCOUNTY, FLORIDA shall b* d.scrbed.The(.aecurlty

Florida thleUM(( day;at TdK J>BEIAND,. S. wit February. 24., 1933. CHARLES REDING and _' a/O32tchg3/10 PROBATE DIVISION ,claimant shell.. deliver a '
,I. JOHN> and file the, original with ;,
F bruaryait)03.a) \ IS, IF LIVINO.iTHCSURVIVING ,
of the claim to thachtrk
his INTENT PIN copy
Clerk of the abov. PATSY R. REDING, TO ACQUIRE Ml*Number 113-1"
BROTHS the ,
who shall.
fit FLEET,FINANCE: INC.BY. AND HEM AT LAW OF; rtyled( Court al the. .,od- 'wlfe.iJPlaintiff... ," PROFESSIONAL LEGAL< ESTATE OF copy on the arv.poreonolrepreiantullve. the
lord Courthouse; '
!i ; Controller, denoted. AND I 1ft HAD, Sta..., .Florida '32091 vs ATTORNfcYATLAW.COMPETmvi EDNA..YCAAWFOIIDo..cocI. ALL CLAIMS AND
TO HS SURVIVING WIFC.' either befor service on IY' : )
30 Perimeter Park;, and .' '' DEMANDS NOT SO FHEDWlU.
IF ANY AND LIVING, HftI\ F"titlane ."artley."orImmediately SELECTION'. j
Suit 201Aflame BE FOREVER BAR
,' MARY !It,.WAGNER, hiswife. 1-- NOnCE .
tharsaftettplherwlse .
1854*. ANY >HV- .'0.
GA 30941Attorney ,
? 'ING A/C)l0. 140T,.ALL tia' judgementwill Th* Bradford "County .
A | and HERIIliRT A. .. .. (S.x..narylAdminlst.tlan Doted March 3,1983.DUDLEY .
HIS UNKNOWN HUM, bs *nt*red' excluding School Board. Stark.
for Owner( > GOUDREAU and ( ) P. HARDY
,DCVncU. ORANTWS 'yoirbeneHclaty '.. a Florida ahall'receIve' Attorney
,, CYNTHIA HOLLOWAY ASSIGNEES,. LIENOirS! al,"EMORY LOUISE M. GOUPRCAO ''Wr/tI.n Indications/ of .... PERSONS HAV- Dudley P. Hardy.PA.P .'
\Shacklafanf Farrlor.., his wife .t.al., TO AU
CREOITOM TUTUS. MEIVIN.JOHNS,' "barring ''t-t from Interested I
INO OR \O. Drw r 1030.
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I : Tornadoes Beat Macclenny* 5-2 as. Bennett Unloads: Three-Run) : Homer *ev. I,

Bennett umoaaca a a-run "We hit the ball probably as hard as managed 10 get JUSt one back againstsophomore BHS Knotted me score at 7-7. Home -' HoundOnal. R H ,J EMlddMnirg :
homer in the first Inning and Jimmy when we beat 'em the first time with 'pitcher Ronnie Woodall. After the Broncos built up an 11-7 Opener r\ II S ((0 tJ II o
Schoening tossed a 3-hitter as Brad- 12 hits, BHS coach Mike Hartley In the bottom of the 7th JI, hn Ben- lead the Tornadoes attempted a final, Is FridayThe Union County Mobley'O;! f. ..0.j.I IW.lnimbug s

ford High s baseball team knocked: oft aid. "Andy (Chaff hit shot every nett walked and pinch-runner' Tony rally in the bottom of the 7th. ... iMKburg (M) >1. H kf.t .tt (M).
Macclenny 5-2 Tuesday night to even time but It was right at somebody He Diggs stole second. Robert Carver With one down Bennett walked, and Tornado home baseball ....BeelerlMrtali ;
Its record at 2.2. The win snapped a hit some ropes. I thought we swung singled Diggs homo to cut the gap to with 2 gone freshman pinchhitterKeith opener is Friday night, March .
2-game losing spin the Tornadoes suf- 3-1 but that close Kehoe delivered 4, at 7:30 p.m, against District ..c..rr m Wt s s I
the bats really good even though we was as as BUS got. a base hit. bwH.nl cunt T IM W* a ISw.
fered in their Bradford Invitational had just four hits. Jimmy Schoening took the loss. Rick Welch followed with another 5-AAA foe Gainesville Eastside Fender II.01M. ;. I
baseball tournament last weekend. Carver was 2-for-4 with the RBI and single to fill the bags and Schoening First though, the Tornadoes .W lon tar), Samara (Sri, Fender(CBr). :
must face another district opponent M- Brawn! Brl,,Sohoening (3n,, '
Richie Fender 2-4 with a double to walked to force Bennett home. But
Tourney Turns Sour .. I
walked struck t ,
and out
Schoening 3 lead the Tornadoes' Santa Fe- Thursday ,
meager attack. Carver grounded out to end the
Wildcats to gain his first varsity win. Coach Hartley told his troops, "we Andy Chaff also had a double. 9 different BUS players had hits game.In night, March 3, in Alachua at MIM- (bun/Twej' 4d. .s 1
Bennett's 3-run blast made it 4-0 In should be no worse than 2-1 now," Against theBUS 7:30.: After an 8-5 win over P.K. -.e.-., w t 1
Middleburg Friday the -Sehoening,Fender Chaff
of the first. Schoeninff hadsingle before an Indoor practice at the BUS game YongeTuesday the Raiders W. Mount I-: Blakely., .
bats went back
stole second, took third on a gym Monday afternoon.It to work,slapping Waters, Bennett, Samons Randy ''were rolling along with a I., Rekratnw IM), Iwnburt. 9 base raps, but unfortunatley the Alvarez, Kehoe, and Welch. Beeler I Ml'. Mnora I M '
groundout and scored on a sacrificefly wasn't an 11-8 slugfest loss with tourney champion Broncos were even perfect 7-0 record. m.Boaton (Ml, Moor'ck i'uel.eeeerr
by Richie Fender to put BHS on Middleburg Friday night that disap- BUS coach; Mike Hartley said
more productive- banging hits
top. Andy Chaff then reached on an pointed Hartley. It was the :3-1, defeatat trio of BUS hurlers. H Season Passes on Sale... Tuesday he plans to pitch Ml III I I
against .
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error and Mike Waters singled before the hands of previously winless Middleburg scored two runs In the Season are now Richie Fender against Santa Fe WWoodall. t-Schoening" (0-1))):
Bennett pulled his homer to left. Union County Thursday, In which top of the first but Bradford came available at the BUS front office and come back with Gerald ...Fender IB,Chart . ,
base hits. That Cost is $15 for adults And $10 for
BHS managed just S Brown against Eastside.
In the 4th BHS added Insurancerun. right back to tie as Sehoening scoredon
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after the Tornadoes students for a full-season that (.wnd )
was a surprise pass
Keith Kehoe got on through an a fielder's choice by Chaff and IMI4Ce. ., 1- rapped out 13 hits in a 9-0! pasting of admits you to all home For a
games. .
error and stole second before Doug Mike Waters doubled Chaff home. Mk..C.wrr ..l > 4
Baker County in their season and half-season pass good for 7 games the WKenko \. Hwidenon U-II:
The Broncos Bradford Baseball
piled on 9 in the Tourney
Samons walked. A wild pickoff throw runs '
tourney opener last Tuesday. cost Is $8 for adults and $6 for a* Jelforton IB)
moved Kehoe to third and Tony Diggs 3rd, knocking: BHS sophomore Gerald students. Final Standings i

delivered a single to. 'right to.. score After a scoreless tie through 3 Inn- Brown out of the box. But again the 1) Middleburg 3-0 'XmUbntj W *_. I .|| II, e
him. Tornadoes rallied back to tie with S radtoftf see M I 555w
ings the youthful Tigers tallied one -... Schoening, Diggs, Bennett, Waters spots In the 3rd, 4th, and 5th to build runs of their own. Fender doubled, ,M.mle, tee see s eHI 5 sC .render.Water fBI, Barton(M),HooverIM
each had one hit. up a 3-0 lead and the Tornadoes Chaff singled him home, and John -" (1.1)). Union County 1-2 ).
Bennett powdered a 2-run homer asI' -=11 200l.BHS Baker County 1-2 M.. Bennett IB) Rakfetnw IM). Tomber

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With 'Split in District 5-AAA TournamentBradford Open With I4 ri'

High's basketball Tor- set shot from outside the junior col- Hyde acts Friday night, playing poor- _
nadoes scored their first state playoff lege:3-point line as BHS went up 20-10 ly against a fine Buchholz team.
tournament game win In four years with 3:47 to go in the half. Versatile Kevin Bradshaw, regarded Tennis WinWhile
last weekend before bowing out That advantage forced Bulldogcoach as one of the state's top basketball d 1' '
against champion Gainesville Barney Cato to call for a press prospects, threw In 24 points and F
Buchholz in the semifinals of the ing defense and the Tornadoes ate Buchholz held BUS to 2 points In the the Bradford High boys ten-
district 5-AAA tourney to finish the Live Oak up the rest of the night witha first quarter and just 21 percent nis team fell victim to inexperience in H
year with a record of 11 wins and 13 double high-post move-without-the- shooting for the game as the Bobcats its opening match against Eastside
losses. ball offense that chalked up countless embarassed the Tornadoes 74-37. ,Tuesday the BHS girls overcame the
Playing a deliberate, pattern- backdoor layups against the man-to- Buchholz went on to defeat Eastside same shortcoming to score a 4-3 win
offense game nearly to perfection the man. the next night for the tournament title ;:over the Rams in Starke.
Tornadoes routed Live Oak- "We wanted to play as slow and and stunned Ocala Vanguard (state Cheryl Foster'Tammy 'Dempsey, e,
Suwannee 64-46 in the District 5-AAA deliberate as possible," Sexton said 3A champs 3 of the last 5 years) 7262In and Donna Parado scored singles
tourney's opening game Thursday after watching the gameplan work the Regional round Tuesday night. wins and Foster teamed with Faith''

night Feb. 24, to snap a 4-year habitof precisely.Four "It was the same as we did all yearlong Roberts to win the clinching number
Bradford exiting the cage playoffsin backdoor shots on cuts to the ," Sexton lamented. "We played one doubles match as the Bradford Li
the first round. That made the basket early In the 3rd period brought great one night and come back the girls upset an Eastside team that had i
weekend a step In the right directionfor the BUS bulge to a whopping margin next night and just couldn't do It." "'alreadyplayed 5 matches. For Dempsey .
the Bradford High basketball program A Pierce i layup i on a feed from Emmett Cecil Wright led BUS with 11 points,. who won 8-4 at number 4 singles,
despite being blown out by Watkins pumped the Tornado Emmett Watkins added 10, and Gary and Parado, who was victorious by an Lady Tornado Tennis Team...
Buchholz 74-37 in the semi's Friday lead to 50-24 late In the 3rd period and Carter and Tommy Johnson 6 apiece. 8-2 count at number 5, the match was The 1983 BHS tennis team left
girls consists of
from ;Cheryl Foiter, Trade
night. Live Oak never got closer than the The Tornadoes did hit 88 percent their first varsity play. Clark, McGriff '
"I told the kids they didn't realize final 18 point spread. from the foul line (13 of 15), their best "It was a great first match,n'said a Clark, coach Jerry Tammy .Dempsey, Cindy Winkler and Lori
the turnaround made BHS coach of the Tornado ,of the proud BHS coach Jerry McGriff.
we A prime beneficiary charity stripe performance I Absent from the BOwen
picture were Donna Parade Faith Roberts Tina
Mike Sexton said Tuesday "The last tactic was Gary Carter who pumpedin year, as Johnson swished 6 of 6 from "The girls were playing with a lot of Maria Reddish and Kelll Carver ,
time we played Live Oak last year a game-high 22 points on 6-of9 the line Inexperience, but they. had even more ,
they beat us 96-27... that's 69 points. shooting from the floor and 10-of-ll ,determination.'!
And they beat our jayvee by 33 that accuracy from the foul line. Wrightwas 14.1p The Tornado boys lost 5.2 as the
same night." a perfect 4-4 on field goals and UADKMOI Pierce 10-02. rrancia s 1-05 Norman Rams clinched the match With wins in a 9-8 tiebreaker (5-4) victory over better and ,hopefully' more com
The first quarter against the 7-10 from the stripe as Bradford hit a 0111.Wright 4 J-5 11.Carter. 3 M{,Joiineon the bottom 4 singles matches.,Up top, Rowe and Mike Morris, the Rams top petitive."
06-45. Watklna 4 1-a 10 1_ ll>1 |* .|ar.ailCHHOKi doubles team."Eastside .
Bulldogs was battle of jump shots that cool l 55 percent from the field and 71 Bradahaw IM-H Maxwell 11+11. steady Tornado ace Craig Sapp won The BHS teams return home for a
ended with BHS on top 12-8 thanks to 3 percent on free throws. Duce I..-..W.lke..3-II.S..ncer..H.llymonet.. I 9-7 over Eastside's aggressive Fred had too much experience
outside goals by Sam Norman. Pierce had 9 points, Norman ended 10.1, Kappy 1-0-1. Potta I.M. MM,nta H. : Rowe and Sapp teamed with Jeff today McGriff returning starters 3 p.m match against Middleburg

The Tornadoes then took charge with 8, and Watkins had 6. Watkins .- n 'r.1' 14 Mr ,i Johnson for the other' BUS point with to our 2," noted. "We'll get Monday, March 14.Starke .

J with a run of 4 of the first 5 buckets had 5 assists,Pierce 4,and Wright led tM' 0oll 1 n itHAOKMO 44 !
I early in period two. Cecil Wright hit in rebounds with 7. Francla: I fr.2I Norman 4MB. I
Walking ]0-1<, Carter Johnson I 0-11,
twice from inside for 4 of his 15 points,
\ Pierce 13-41,Wright 4 7-10 is. TOTALS, a..M.MUW '
I Tommy Johnson canned a layup on a Bobcats Too Tough... w. .
from Mark Pierce and the Tornadoes OAK,Wllliama 1.Perry a Jonet.Brawn 4, ; "
running pass Unfortunately, did '. ,'
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aevuiiuaiiu la st c h ance I mea t tng ar .earns .nA NOUJa
teresting in playing in the Starke Men's Open Softball sfrwSoftball
league has been set for Monday night March 7, at the \
Rec. Dept. office In the Old Armory.
I Anyone wanting to have a team in the league should > .
send a representative to the meeting. Sotlight
Just four teams signed up at the first organizational ,
meeting: D&J Country Boys, Lawtey Wildcats, Olln's
Mobile Homes, and the LA Twins of Lawtey.,

..Six in "A", Seven in "B"...
Starke's mens church league will again be divided into .Tournament Trail... Family Practice
an A and B division this year with 6 teams in the upper Church teams won't be hurting for places to play on .
league and 7 in the B division. weekends soon. Four men's church tournaments are on
Defending champ Kingsley Lake Baptist heads the A tap for separate weekends in March and April. Y

league, along with New River, First Baptist, Grace, Thursday through Saturday March 24-26, Northside -
Northside, and the Starke Stars. In the B loop are Smyrna Baptist will be holding an 8-team men's church tourneyat ; and Care Clinic
Presbyterian, St. Edward's, Calvary, Air Park, 1st Edward's Rd. field. S teams 1st Baptist, Grace. Urgent :
Methodist, and the Jr. Stars. Kingsley Lake, 1st Presbyterian and New River have
given verbal committments so three spots remain. Cost ,

..Starke Stars to Gather... b $60 plus two Worth Blue Dot balls and entry deadlineIs "
Monday, March 21, at 5
p.m. .
There will be of the Starke
an organizational meeting Jones
Call Jimmy Alvarez (964-7889) or Randy
Stars senior Softball team this March 6 at
boys Sunday, ,
((964-5927) after 5 p m. to enter 1st
2 p,m. at the Pratt Street Center. All players should at- Church of God has set a men's church tourney to March

tend. ,benefit its youth program for April 8-9 in Starke. Call
Farelon McClellan for Information on that one.
.-Etc....... And another church tourney will be held in Lawtey "
The 1st clinic for umpires for the Starke leagues is April 15-16 for the Lawtey Dixie Youth association. Call I.." .",., '" .'. .
coming up Tuesday, March 6V at Westside Field, starting Buddy Paterson at Lawtey Elementary to enter. ." ''';, "'', ,".t"' .'
at 7 p,m. Also, because of the Inclement weather and lack'of ""It' .1'
Also, anyone interested in the paying jobs as enough interest In a tourney this early the two tour- "'' ;, _
scorekeepers for Softball or dixie youth baseball this naments Clay Electric had plannedhave been moved : :: "
year should contact the Rec. Department. A clinic for back. No"V. -
those who haven't kept score before will be held at the The men's church tourney originally set for this .' ,, .
Old Armory Tuesday night March 15, starting at 630.: weekend has been shifted to April 1-2 In Lake Butler

Stevenson, Olins WANTED! Rppoinimi.nt' ,

Win in Tourney Boys between 'the ages of ,13 thru 15 N .d*,d 0

The semifinals are set in the Starke who would like to play softball with the .' '
basketball tournament
mens league
,as Stevenson Construction routed Starke Jr. Stars. Sign up Saturday, '
Wishbone 9040 and Olms/Oldtimers 0 "
topped Longchamp 66-57 In opening March 5 from 5 to 7 pam, at Edwards nHours ,

ound games held Monday night at
the BMS gym.Stevenson Road Ballfield or contact Donald Thorntonat '964-4819 ,

faces regular season .
league champ Jackson's Building 964-6337. yO' ,

,Supply Friday; night March 4, at 7 I 1, ', f....... '
p.m., and Olms/Oldtimers takes on j\'"
the league runnerup Hawks at 8 p.m. .:.: : '0 ', '
The championship contest is slated .
Thank : ..
for 7 p.m. Monday night March 7, at You. .. ',
BMS. '

Bill Stevenson Sexton tossed rolled over In 32 Wishbone points and as The Freshmen. Paranf Organization would Ilk., to thank th. ''e a.m.10 : '

Buddy Ceilings 'canned 18 more. following for their support and help. with the Lock-In" at the Florida Monday '- Friday' ,8 : p.m.1Saturday'

Olln's/Oldtimers was fueled to Its win Theatre Feb, 251' ,'..:' "i" ;
by Milton Baker;who hit 24. florid.Tfcootr ,.....0... C.'let... Community Slat* BankRatlori '
Nurtory WIIIIe_......ry.... SrN a Jerry l : 16 a.m.10 :p.m.'
Jackson's Whips Stars Umjehama Moma Wlnkloe. lloetrh Tarwllloaar. Motor ,

Only four of the league All Stars Hu,1.Wreck See,. Powolte Dol"a.. J... Hardy A rt*Salo ,
showed SMta Parm Ini.MUntm Williams fthufaraTe Ch_.. Sla.: ......Pvnoral Homo ; :
up last Friday to play .... ._'.Fares Produce a I....... '1:00 :
Jackson's Jackson's won Building the game Supply and N.w Harry Meshed Oroon Auto.-P.a, Dew.IrlcaVoom PuraHur. Meet I.... '.Wishbone Chickon Sunday ,:: p.m. I'p, m.

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r area health facilities !

Santa Fe Community College will provide a 14-week program will enhance their abilities to provide excellent
r Hospital/Home Health Aide training program in Starke patient care. This program offered by Santa Fe Corns
: during the next semester (Summer C). The Nurse Aide munity College is an indication of community coopers;
academic classes will be taught'a adford Hospitaland tion in providing quality health care" =:
ti _____ I clinical training will be divided between the Starke According to C.E. "Rip" O'Steen, Bradford Hospital;
i at' Nursing Home, Bradford Hospital and SFCC South, Administrator, "part of Bradford Hospital's commit:
as .r'F Campus ment to the community is to support health education
Applicants must pass a reading test on either March and to help prepare qualified workers for all areas of
'29 or March 30 to be given from 10 a.m. to 1p.m. In the health care. We are pleased to participate in this pro?
: ; dining room of Bradford Union Vo-Tech Center. Applicants gram which fits our role and mission in the
may test either day but must be present before community." ;;
10 a.m. The Nurse-Aide Program covers such topics af
__11q7j. h motivation, legal responsibilities and ethics, charting;
: Hospital/Home Aides graduates receive a certificateto medical terminology, vital signs, fire safety, and CPR
give care in nursing homes, hospitals, and private certification. .=;
r homes to patients who need help in meeting their dally The course;which runs from May 9 to August 11, will
ti u living needs. Because a new law to take effect in 1984 requires consist of classroom lectures to be held in the library of
1i, Ss r certification for aides in nursing homes, priority Bradford Hospital and supervised clinical work session
for seats in the class will be given to employees of the at the Hospital and the Starke Nursing Home.The class:
Starke Nursing Home, although the course will lso be will meet daily from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.One day a week thus
( open to the general public on a space available basis. group will go to Santa Fe Ci liege's South Campus for adr:
Local health care leaders were enthusiastic about the ditional clinical training S
''"(01 breakthrough in providing health-related training in Tuition for the class is $30 plus $15 for a textbook. =
10/1> Starke. Applications for the new program are available In this
I"a :vi Pat Scanlln, Administrator of the Starke Nursing Santa Fe office in Bradford High School.For more infer:
Home, said that 'although the nurse's aides at Starke mation, call Dr. Bernard McFadden or Cindy Zurfluh at
Making plans... Nursing Home are very competent, we feel this training 964-33U2..
Discussing the new program at the Starke Nursing Home Bradford Hospital Administrator C.E. 'Rip"" O'Steen.! --...----- ------ ---------_.- ,..-
reXseated, from left to right Bradford Hospital's Judy Beverly McGee BH Head Nurse Martha Epp, and Nnrs- .
: ,Moore Santa Fe Community College's Bernie McFadden Ing Home Administrator Pat Scanlin. '. \
and BetUe Sue Denmark., SUndlngUrom left to right) are:

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'Nursing Program Supervisor Martha BelKseited, to the Whltakerseated.left) and Rosa WilllamsUeated.on the Howard Roberts of Lake Butler has his blood pressure program: give aids training In a variety of skills ,
center) works, on applications for the new program with right. V checked by aids Carl Hamm and Edgyle Griffis. The new '
Nurses Aids Gloria l! IUmptonstanding),. Shelba' t


I Fish. attractors increase Samson angler's chances I .

BrMarkFrtedlln The attractors are made by fashionIng the Container Corporation's boat we are working on,"Smith said."Not Early BirdFREEZER
BCT Staff Writer large bunches of small trees and ramp on the north side of Lake Sam- many people really know the extentof
other foliage found onshore into mat- ,son chopping small trees(primarily hOW' fishing and hunting in the area SALE
'Local fishermen who enjoy casting like layers,then weighting them down 'scrub oaks'will grow back quickly) have been improved after some of"the-
their lure Into the waters of Lake' and sinking I them. into designated :and clearing a larger access to the things the commission has done.
Samson may find the fishing much ,spots in the lake."We've ramp in the process' Last April Commission Fishery
Improved after the completion of a. found that the fish really The attractors have been built inthree' Biologists stocked highly prized Sun- CHEST
project b/personal from the Florida are attracted to these areas,probably different areas on the lake, shines Bass in Lake Samson and other
Fresh Water Fish and Game Commies because of the sense of security it .which are marked with distinctive lakes in the area including Lakes
white buoys so local and area Alto, Hampton Unwell, Crosby, FREEZER
them and also
sion.Workers gives as a perfect placeto
fishermen will know where to
from the department's spawn," Southall said. "The young Lowery Geneva, Kingsley -J- "
Lake City headquarters were busy fish can hide in the branches and them. Newnansdn( Gainesville) andWauberg 280 lbs.Capacity
The lake is around 20-f eet deep near .
last week; constructing "fish attrac- escape from some of the larger fish ,
each location, M filling and area
tors" at three separate points In the who love to eat them.'This way more about 35-50 wide with The spawning project was the first
lake which spokesman Peter Southall young flair can survive and go on to heavily matted square together yards plant ever to take place in this area.
says should help the overall fishing complete,their normal growth cycle. in the
material.Is quite a task. Southall said more are planned
conditions in UM lake and \Increase .
the supply of fish in the help lake. at. bouthall and his cohorts were busy We'd like more local people to future,.which Is certainly' good news
the,same time. ,on the shore last Friday morning near know more about some of the project to local fishermen. 268

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./'. I' \,'t'"to :'" I I rid, ;'I iGas Prices: r Going ,OvnM' F to ti?; '" '

:" '' Florida gas prices, dropped more Full-service prices' were reported "Prices':are going down too last" that prices self-wit-viceregular in
than 3,cent per gallon over the last as being "a little higher"' than the says an.employee; of one company- Florida have fallen by ..9 cents per
i month, according to the latest AAA self-service prices but exact figures owned station, ''I can't get rid at my gallon since Christmas and 16.6 cents
j Clubs of Fla. Fuel Gauge<< Report were not made available. People who Inventory before the price*; fait per gallon since July. 'Self-service
: The February survey showed that enjoy the convenience of full-service again." unleaded has fallen by 9.1 cents two
the largest decline In price continues; stations are'usually willing to pay for Another employee of a.company* months and' 14.8 I ents ,'alnce midsummer
to show up at the self-service pumps. the luxury. owned station says that"the cut-rates I oj., '
Self-service regular dropped 4.1 cents The lowest prices In Union County are selling gas cheaper than can buy AH of the cities surveyed by AAA in'
per gallon in Feb..and,is now selling for self-service gas were' 99.9or. it." February had at least one station sell
at$1.02.4 per gallon. regular at the Handy-Way in Raiford Some'ownen are content with the ing self-service regular at under$1.oo
Self-service unleaded dropped rby and $106.9 for unleaded at Poor Boy's decreases in price because It ,Increases per gallon. The lowest recorded price
3.7 cents per gallon to$1.12., in Raiford. The Handy Way was the the' 'volume of sales' and In Florida ws In Port Richey where
I Full-service prices also dropped,, only station selling self-service boosts business, one station Is! selling t self-service
but not as much as the, self-service regular for less than$1.00 per gallon. The AAA FueJ Gauge Report shows. regular. .for W.6' eenU per gallon."
prices. Full-service regular averages For full service in Union County, "
$1.26. down 2.7 cents per gallon full- Welch's Gulf has the lowest prices
service unleaded averages*1.32.7,2.4cents with $117.9 for regular and $121.9 for ,
per gallon ,below the{January. unleaded.In ,
price. Keystone, the lowest self-serve
In our area, gas prices are also on prices were reported at the Shell station CARPET CLEANING
the way down sometimes falling' as with$108.9 for regular,$113.9 for
1 much as 6 cents in the last month with unleaded and $120.9 for super. No one"
1>' the biggest decreases coming.at the is selling self-service regular. for less
I self-service pumps. than 41.00 per gallon..
In Bradford County, the' lowest For full-service. Catlett's Gulf station
II recorded prices for seft- ervice were reports $112.9 for regular and
I '" 07.9 for regular; $105.9 for unleaded >$119.9 for super, but the Shell station,
'j and $112.9 for super. These prices with $130.9, comes 2 cents under 1
,,' ,' ''were shared In common by several Catlett's price for super. ,
stations such as Eastern, Signal Pep- The drop in prices may be good for I I II
O, Cltgo and 'Lil Champ Food Stores. motorists, but the prices are just goIng
Try to Beat Them to the !...
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Of the stations surveyed in Starke; down too fast for some of the gas II
Pat Lawson, of Slarke, take* advantage of the low prices on selfservicea nine were selling self-service regular'at stations, and the independent station
( at the Cltgo station on the corner of US 301 and 6R 100 In Slarke.. below $I.OI! per gallon.; owner is being squeezed hardest. I
Gas prices have dropped an estimated 3 cents per gallon for regular self-
service gas all over Florida In the last month.

Two New Missionaries FREE

Begin Service', Here Estimates .

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Elder Ray Broadbent ,and wife, 1 discuss the doctrines of the gospel. ..
Mary Lou of Pyson, Utah, have been answer questions pertaining to where
assigned as the new full-time missionaries we came from, why we are here and
of the. Church of Jesus where we are going. Many people are
Christ of Latter Day Saints in the interested in the leadership the LDS
Starke area. Church.baa shown in geneoiogy! in
Elder Broadbent served his first searching out our ancestors, in
mission at age 21 in New Zealand. temples and temple work, In family
After his return home, he married home evening and the district dif
Mary Lou Bauum raised four ferent doctrines revealed through the
children and one adopted son who Is Lord Jesus Christ through the Latter
currently serving a mission. in Day Prophets.
Portland, Ore. If these other matters concern you
please feel free to 'call the missionaries .
Before coming to Starke. the at 964-8533 for an appointment -;
Broadbents served in Orange Park or you may call Mary Branson' 2 Do/DOff'
for eight months and Jacksonville for at 964-0291 after S p.m.
five months. These missionaries are, Mormon missionaries never ask for
two of some 28,000 who are serving contributions or sell any pamphlets or'
full time throughout the world at their products. Their time a freely given
own expense at this time. Their aim is night or day to individuals or groups ,
to meet the people of this area. for free friendly discussions. on Carpet Cleaning ,

Air Force Needs 2,000 Specialists WITH THIS' AD '

'STARKE, FLORIDA: The Air weapons and munitions specialists
Elder Ray and Sister Mary Lou Broadbent... Force needs more than 2,000 people along with intelligence, computer1 Teal & '
service before programming and site development Carpet
The Broadbents.of Pyson, Utah have been assigned to the Church of Jesus with prior-military ,
Christ of Latter Day Saints as the new lull-time missionaries.These two of September 30: .1963, according to. specialist
are .
the 28.000 missionaries who are serving full-time throughout the world at their Sergeant Bill Carroll, local Air Force,:: .Recruiters may offer these criticalI 13TN, Cherry St.. StarkeCHEVROLET ;

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I I I Bradford County Criminal Dispositions

!i Lamar Curtis Bevill, carrying served in jail on days off), license license, $39.25 fine.
i firearm without obtaining license, suspended for one year, attend DWI Linda Gayle Anderson, no valid
::: found to be not-guilty by the court. school. driver license, produced. license,
=:; Robert Simmons, disorderly intoxtication Larry Wilson Fowler DWI, $276.50 .$39.25. LOOK LAKE.
$103.75 fine. fine, license suspended six months,50 Stephen William Foster, allowing
Carrie B. King, petit theft, found to hours community service, DWI unauthorized person to. drive, $39.23, TO
be not-guilty by the court. school, 60 days probation. fine. ,
I Charles Frank Touche driving Morris Wilson Higginbotham, driving Sandra Idella McCloud, no valid
while intoxicated, 90 days probation, while license suspended, 11425. driver license, $114.25, if gets license
license suspended six months 100 If gets license in 30 days, $39.25. in 30 days, $39.25: tine. OLDS
hours community service, DWI Connie Thompson, improper tag, Sandra Idella McCloud. no tag, $13 ,
school and $329 fine. $M fine. .
Lizzie Mae Hankerson, no valid fine.Ricky 'L. Parker driving while' SAVE :
Karon' Lucretia Russell, driving,: driver license/$114.25. If gets license license suspended '$114.23 if gets' SAVEWe
Z while intoxicated DWI school,$276.50 in 30 days, $39.25 fine license In 30 days if caught again. ,the
fine, so hours community service, Sharon Brown Smith, no' valid fine will be double.
I license suspened six months. driver license, produced license' Todd R. Cordon; driving while must reduce ',our used car inventory I. TRUCK LOAD 'b
Dennis Richard Truman, driving $39.25 fine. license suspended, $114.25, if gets ] ,
... while intoxicated, 50 hours community Roy Douglas Griffis;no valid driver license in 30 days, $39.25 fine. New Chevrolet and ,Oldsmobiles
ty service, $276.50 fine, license license, $114.25. If gets license In 30 George Anthony Padgett, careless, are arriving daily. VVejnust
suspended! 6 months, DWI school. days, $39.25 fine. driving, case dismissed.
.=..: M. J. Slocum, driving while intoxicated Abren Bernard Denson driving George Anthony Padgett, failed to> make room for,these car Hugh. savings,on ALL used c; rsin"!
$ $539 fine, 30 days In jail (to be while license' suspended produced: stop or,report !accident, $39 fine. ",. '; !
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I Artillery Firing to Begin at Blanding March 5 II

Camp Blanding-Not since World half miles. Include: Headquarters Battery from ,
War II ban the sound of artillery fire Although 4.2 inch mortars are Lakeland; A Battery Bartow; B Battery
*' been heard at this North Florida National presently fired at Camp Blanding,the Avon Park; C Battery, Winter
Guard training site. extended range of the Howitzer required Haven; and Service Battery, Haines
On March 5.the 2nd Battalion,116th careful: range safety planning City.
[w r m Field Artillery will officially and environmental testing prior to The
1 r reopen approval 27116th played a major role In
,artillery ranges here with their of the new ranges. establishing the artillery ranges by
105mm Howitzers. The findings of the environmentaltests utilizing their equipment to establish
Although Camp Blanding Is the show firing the artillery round the firing points to be used by eachgun
4 primary training site for the Florida caused less noise than the mortar and .
J 7t Army National' Guard. In the trig the concluded that modifying the rangesfor Although the ranges will be
artillery units were,required Jo ei artillery firing will not have a available for use by the National
,to Ft. Stewart, Ga., or Camp Shelby significant Impact on the quality of Guard units year-round/It is expected
Miss. to participate in "live fire" ex the natural or human environment in the heaviest use will be during the
,ercises. the vicinity of the post. spring and summer months when the
The reopening the Camp Blending Units of the 2/116 Field Artillery artillery units will conduct their an
ranges will save the Florida participating in UM March 5 exercise nual training.
Guard money by allowing the units to
conduct their training closer to home. I" ..
The guns officially designated
"M101A1 Howitzers (Towed)," are I, 1 OPEN 8-5:30 Mon.-Fri. 8.12 Sat.
primary weapons used by the 2nd
Battalion, 116th Field Artillery. Each Stop By or Can
gun can fire a projectile weighing 32 Over
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Keystone Ilts.. Woman Experience
Injured In AccidentJean FRIENDLY SERVICE
Hwy. 301 407 N. Temple Ave.
x yrv Elizabeth Marshall remained Starke, Florida ,
in the Alachua General Hospital in .
Gainesville but, was reportedly improved We Install and Check System
I following injury in a Friday
Feb. 25 afternoon accident near (FREE)
Keystone Heights.According .
to her father M. H.Mar
shall, Jr.. his daughter underwent
surgery for Internal injuries and suffered
a chipped vertebra in the neck
region brusises.and multiple lacerations and IIUGLAsl/llIUGlAS

He said she is out of Intensive care
now, but will probably remain in the
; hospital for another week or so.
.. Battery of STARKETOP
.,! ; Miss Marshall driving a 1980
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tl.# .l SR-100 when she lost control, ran off
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If No charges were filed in the 5
,... il. ._ accident which occurred approximately Stocking the Batteries YOU May Need
three miles east of Keystone
Cub Scouts Find a,Deer That Likes Cub Scouts. at CR 219.
L __ __ .. Damage to the vehicle was
me ncncio uen M(;lID scouts Pack M In Starke estimated$3,000.
went The boys took turns feeding the deer;which they named _
camping at Goldhead Branch State Park In Keystone 'PBambi'Pictured with the frelndly deerare from The accident was Investigated by NOW RebuildingAlternators ,
Height last weekend and one of; the highlights of the left Bandy Milton, Den Chief,Jimmy Davis,,txmnle Clay County. Deputy Tony
I two-night eampout was finding a young buck that liked Olive, Rafael Delestre,and Raymond.Trimble. Dziergowski.
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customers boxes of Girl March Scout 3rd cookies through to March eager: 'B. Hamburger Plate. .

'.? 'Pre-orders! for this year's sale are at Lawre>no>. Blvd. .
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I lltoitiiaries. I

,i John B. Dill, Sr. Betty Jean Johnson of Lake Butter;
of his. father, William E. Moore ef Me-
DiU Sr. 70
John ,
'i I Ira M Brantley Lake Road, Key.loneHelpta ClellanviUe, S.C.; three brothers,
j. Brooklyn of Ralford, Andrew J.
r { 1 I died Sunday, Feb. 27 at hit Steve Laura
home extended Illness. Laura of Seoul, Korea with the U.S.
following an <<
Born in Alachua County Mr. Dill Army and Charles E. Moore of Lake
moved to KeystoneHeigfds over 12 Butler): his grandmother,'Mrs: Carlisle -
Robertson of Brunswick, Ga.
from Jacksonville. He war
t Y years retired ago electrician from Paxson Funeral services were staid Sunday,
} Electric Company, Jacksonville, and Feo. 27, at ?:30 p.m. In Archer
"5 1{ 1 ? l FI i ]i ry i I ,was, a member the Rlvervlew Funeral Home Chapel with Rev.
fii1 9.4. i + + A ? iN4 \ Masonic Lodge No. 306, and was also Roscoe Creed officiating. Burial was
4/1r Iw a member of the Keystone Community in Mt. Zion Cemetery with Archer
Church. Funeral Home of Lake Butler in.
: I /Survivors Include his wife, Mm, charge of arrangements ,
l t Marguerite Davis DUI one daughter,
Ms. Claudia J.Dill of Winter ; Rosa W.Sapp
one son,,John B. Dill, Jr. of lender Mrs. Rosa Wester Sapp, It. of
s': .sonville.....NC.i i three brothers, Raiford, died Thursday morning
Willard of Jacksonville. Wayne Feb. 24, in Alachua Gener.lll08pltaiafter .
y Dill of Franklin, N.C.,and Grover Dill an extended Illness.
M A"f tt, + I, 1 i of Missouri; one sister, Mrs. Zora Born In Bradford County 'living
? I "" iI 1st wk +F .' Saunders of Neptune Beach and two most of her life la the Raiford com
granddaughters.Funeral munity Mrs. Sapp.. a member of
services were held at 2 the First Baptist Church of Raiford.
p.m. on Wednesday March 2, in the Survivors include two daughters
Community Church with Rev. Buddy Mrs. Rocille Alien of Ft. White and
C. Friedlln pastor officiating. Burial Mrs.Geneva Wallace of Raiford; four
was in Keystone Heights Cemeterywith Ions Drew Sweat, Mack Sweat and
Masonic rites at the grave. Jones John Sapp all of Raiford and Albert
Funeral Home of Keystone Heights Sweat of Lake Butler; 11 grandchildren -
was in charge of arrangements. : 17 greatgra ndchildren and
3 great-great grandchildren.
Stella S. Stanley Funeral services were held Saturday
Mrs. Stella Sargent Stanley, US, ofi Feb. 26. at I p.m. in the First
"tp.. is y Dc a... Keystone Heights, died Monday mori Baptist Church of Raiford with Rev.
fin,. Feb. 28, at her daughter's Hugh Walters and Rev. O.D. Moore
f I residence in Melrose following a long officiating. Burial was In Sapp
t't4' ; \ illness. Cemetery under the direction of Ar-
r I Born in Ocee, Ga., Mrs. Stanley cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler:
.. ., ., moved to the Keystone Heights area --
"". Vance W. Douglas, Sr.
':' from Warthen, Ga. Mrs: Stanley was
: Vance Willard Douglas, Sr., SS, of
: a member of the Oak Hill Baptist
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,.. '. .. '(1' Church In Gainesville. Lake Butler died Sunday Feb 271 at
." the Veterans Administration Hospital
\. Survivors Include four daughters
,I, Mrs. Price of Melrose following a short illness. '
: ; .' ; Polly Mrs.
A lifelong resident of Union County
of Columbus Ga.,
Tledgen ,
r .', : ...; ; :: ., Mrs. Zannie Barrington of Clinton, Mr, Douglas was a retired construction .
r worker and was a member of Mt.
,' \ ,,.-. .." Tenn., and Mrs. Georgia Wolfe of
'. Zion Primitive Baptist Church:
---- -+ e Keystone Heights; one son, WilliamB.
Stanley of Keystone Heights; 17 Survivors include his wife Syble
and Blackwelder: Douglas of Lake Butler;
veteran... grandchildren great
four daughters Gail Bishop of Lake
Carl Davis enjoys a moment of peace and quirt beside the "Unlon" encamp-, record crowds. Davis li .a described "battle nut". who attends. "up to.12 'grandchildren. Butler, Elaine Douglas and Debris
recreation of the historic Battle of Otuslee, which drew reenactments per year. Funeral services were held at 11
ment In last week's a.m. Wednesday March 2 in' the Bennett, both of Lake City, and Von-
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. clue Williamson of Lake Builer; one
Charles VanZant officiating. Burial son, Vance Willard Douglas, Jr. of
Union Suffers in 7th Olustee ReenactmentCivil was in Melrose Cemetery under the Lake Butler; two brothers Freeman
of Lake Butler and
direction of Jones Funeral Home of. Douglas Pete
War buffs from as far away as Michigan helped swell The memorial. to the major engagement of the Civil War in Keystone. Heights. Hattie Douglas Mae of Jacksonville Moody of Jacksonville; one sister,

the ranks of the blue and gray armies Sunday, Feb. 20, the Florida, Olustee Battlefield, covers 270 acres on US-90 two William D. Moore .and 13 grandchildren.
after the black cannon smoke had cleared and the seventh re- miles east of Olustee., '" William David Moore, 19, of Lake, Funeral services were held al 11
enactment of the Battle of Olustee ended like the first six, in The campaign that culiminated in the Battle of Olustee Butler, died Thursday in Shards a.m. Tuesday March 1. at Mt. Zion
accordance with history. began when General Q.A. Gillmore sent a Federal expedition Teaching Hospital in Gainesville. Primitive Baptist Church with Elders

The Union soldiers suffered heavy losses and were forcedto from Hilton Head, South Carolina, to occupy Jacksonville fora Born to Lake in Delaware Butler from, Mr.Lake Moore City moved two J.E.borough McCormick officiating.and Burial O.M.was Yar-In

retreat toward Sanderson and Jacksonville, as they did in fourth time. The general objectives were to break up communications months ago and was a member of the Douglas Cemetery under the direc-
between East and West Florida thus depriving Baptist faith. He was employed with tion of Archer Funeral. Home of Lake
1864.More than 900 foot soldiers and cavalrymen in authentic the Confederacy of large quantities of food supplies from Aero Corporation of Lake City and _Butler.. -
period unicormsi firing cannons and rifles, staged the battle East and Central Florida; to procure for Northern use was a volunteer with the Lake City

Feb. 20 i ht of more than 7,000 spectators who turned Florida cotton, turpentine, and timber: to obtain recruits for Fire Survivors Department.Include Ills mother Mrs. ace Obitiw ies...
out to see the Rebels repel the Yankees on a balmy after- Negro regiments, and to Induce Unionists in East Florida. to
noon. organize a loyal state government.
The mercury wasn't quite as accommodating in 1864 when The expedition landed Feb. 7, 1864 under command of
Union soldiers met their match on the battlefield 2.5 miles General.Truman A. Seymour. The next day Union raiders
Da need to tools 10-20 pounds ar ran? :
l east of Olustee. One soldier described the bitter cold ot that. x fanned out from Jackson'4lle' meeting little opposition. you
nlght,..as he arihlawounded comrades-marched toward;" i*l'n. -By>Feb. 11,'Union cavalry had penetrated to within three :NEW 'i00y: Solution to WslflhtLMivm, a MBoirelewnflB irwnulac'furer -
r :. Jacksonville. T ., "., ??,mUes f Lake City but after a sharp skirmish with hastily ert-'"' ., v j" iof iHiMttaMl products ajvts ywi ... aujyife'tMOO.eiftia 1 '
trenchced. Confederates the Federals withdrew to Sanderson. quaSty nutrition yea:need wltlltt 'yea .loss weloht"JaWf" Simply
3 The 5,100 Union soldiers were on a mission to cut off the "i. -ttnlcaKy tested with proven documented remits'by awl if(ha MUMS

casualties Confederate for the supply Federalists.lines. The The Confederates battle produced lost 1,861 Early on the morning of'Feb. 20, the Union force of 5,100and most prestigious medical Institutions.'

946 men. 16 cannon proceeded/west from Macclenny. The Con- '5-day plan when yon want la .lose a few pound quickly easily.

The 60-minute battle capped a weekend of activities in federates cavalry made contact with the advance Union week program when you. .need. to loose more than 10 pesndi.
::= nearby Lake City. elements about 12:30: p.m. The Confederate line was formed THE SHAKLEE SUM PLAN

t a Of as much interest as the "battle" at the annual re- 2Vfe miles east of Olustee with cavalry on each flank and in- Keystone Heights Pit BlgMe. 473-7615
enactment is the authentic the modern .
f equipment counterparts fantry in the center.
of the Civil War soldiers have to show off, including The battle took place in a virgin pine forest free of under- Distributorships avi5ab4r

t f:: period camping equipment and cooking utensils, plus women brush. Neither side had the benefit of earthworks but foughtin

portraying the camp followers of the Civil War. the open forest. .

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... .'1......"" 'Ii, Annual Formal: Inspection ,

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by c/ilt< U.,McKinney,pN, 8-S

The Bradford High School's Army JROTC) "Tornado" Battalion had their .
''I, Annual Formal Inspection (AFI'on Feb. 18, beginning at 8:30 a.m.and continuing I
through 13:30: p.m. '
f, The inspection, conducted by LtC, Walsh and MSG Slaughter,instructors at I
i. the University of Florida's Senior Army ROTC department consisted of staff
briefings, an In-ranks inspection, and a formal pass-in-revlew of the cadets
which was directed by the Commander of Troops, c/Maj. Gloria Roberts. -', ,t y '
Although the inspecting officer did not give a formal critique Ltc. Walsh r
did rank the Battalion as No, 1 or No.2 of the 13 JROTC units he has Inspected
,.'" ; this year.. .. '

,,: "Alpha" Company commanded by C/Cpt. Tommy Crews was judged the
outstanding unit in the In-ranks inspection. Company,commandedby
I I C/Cpt. Willie Hill was Judged the best marching unit in the review.Thoughall
cadets looked extremely well C/Cpt.Tommy Crews was selected the most
prepared cadet and C/Cpt. Bruce Simmons was.Judged as the beat staff
(briefer. >'I '

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ROTC Region Headquarters" compliment_ and to report his observations

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,l ""w'I Bradford Man ChargedWith FSP Officer Arrested they had apparently stolen fromCowart's I
Appliance Service on
,.';.l!' ,, Cocaine DealingA For ContrabandA SR-22S the men purchased some food
""- Florida State Prison correctional from a nearby convenience store
27-year-old Bradford County man officer was arrested Feb. 28 and about 9 p.m. Friday.The clerk,who is
'0 was arrested Feb. 22 and charged
with trafficking in cocaine. charged with taking money from an also a correctional officer suspectedthey
inmate to were escapees and notified
purchase marijuana.
Working with U. S.Customs Service
Julius Mitchell of Starke prison officials. Skipper said:
I Florida was charged
), "' agents Department of Law with Introduction The New River Annex was openedlast
+ '" J' ,' .; I," Enforcement officers arrested or removal of '
r ;. "I. 11.j-'I'lf ...A ;..r? I Charles Eugene Crawford when he certain: articles from FSP unlawful summer
r ':r" compensation for official behavior
,' tried to sell cocaine in excess of 2
ounces,, according to FDLE W. W. delivery of controlled substance (trafficking
'''" Hires. ), according to Deputy Paul Lawtey Policeman

Bond was set at $\0,000. Crawfordwas Stegall. Resigns' Following
released from the Bradford was charged after he
alledgedly took money from an inmate
his Battery Conviction
County jail.on own recognizance.
to buy'marijuana. He was arrested '
at the prison, according to. E. D. "Skip" Phillips resigned Fri
1 Superlndentent Richard Dugger. day from his job as policeman in
Bradford Grand Jury Total bond for the charges was set Lawtey Police Chief.M. M. Jordan

Indicts Starke Man at 30000. _. said.
Phillips who was convicted last
Bradford County grand jury in- 2 New River Escapees Thursday of the battery of a 16-year-
dicted Robert Elgin Cooper Monday' old girl last December will be
Re-Captured SaturdayTwo
,n. on a charge of sexual battery upon a sentenced within a month, Assistant
child under 11 years of age. prisoners who escaped from State Attorney John Jay Gontarek
The State Attorney's office issued a the New River Annex near Raiford said. Phillips faces a maximum
capias March 1 for Cooper's arrest. .last Thursday night Were recaptured penalty of one year in jail and/or a
Cooper,57,of Starke has been is in the Saturday morning by Department of $1,000 fine.
Bradford County jail since his arrest ,Corrections employees.The Union County Judge Bobby Lex Kirby -
Dec. 30 by Chief Deputy Glen Moore. inmates were found near the acting for Bradford County Judge
Cooper was charged with committing Union Correctional Institution pistol George H. Pierce, found that Phillips
.... d sexual battery upon a female juvenileat range less than a half-mile from New had, while on duty and driving a

UCI Firefighters Douse Remains of Frame House.., ,. that time. River Annex about 8:15: accor- police car, offered the girl a ride
the ._....___ .<'__i an d N ew River ,Volunteer' Fire Bond was set at$10,000 but later Increased ding to DOC( spokesman a.m'l d Skip home took her to a wooded area and I
UCI volunteer ilrengnter answered a call on Feb.25 to ncuurvu Dpi ngs
and to no bond, which prohibited per. made Improper advances toward her.
UCI unit arrived shortly after
a frame house on NW.23rd Av., off Bayless Highway. No .Depts. got there. The fire under control while the other units.' Cooper's release by Judge R. .A. Inmates Isral Piedras, 26 and Juan Phillips,who has been a patrolmanin
In the fire that the house that stayed to keep the ''
one was Injured destroyed
Green Jr.Judge Hernandez 49both Cubans, Lawtey for about seven months,
.was being rented by Wayne Alvarez and his family. went back to fill their water tanks. John J Crews set bond at a fence at the the
I said reportedly jumped was formerly employed by police
element Is too great !
too far, the time
and "It Is just
Firefighters are (left UCI Inmate Theodore Hunter
Cheif James H. McCarthy, $50,000 following the grand jury indictment. minimum security compound around department for a year and a half
Hellbronn Springs Engineer '
(right) guard James McCormick .
8 p.m Feb. 24. Wearing clothing about five years ago, Jordan said.
The house was already engulfed In flames by the time "This Is a real shame. '

I FHP Report Shows DUI Cases Increased by 87 PercentDUI '. ))1

I Starke Family Planning Clinic
arrests .by the Florida, This special emphasis enforcement During the month of January;l982i '
Qighway..l"atr91.we.were up percent; ,. 'began.July.Iat I ..:year when the troopers' statewide! made" !. _a..total- !of qq)t. .A., folk remedy, for. hey ,Tubal Llgation (Tubes tied), ; '

for the.month of January.1983: com- traffic death count stood at QYI:, "(Df11r'eats 1 I .,:.1 H".t'JJn.tI "v.tc|[ I ,11 ,I.liver d to chew honeycomb ,".', 'f "'." & Vasectomles'ji,;. .!. .k
." ared'hi,the>fiI'dMrmntl1&i'11/' /ilttWJIIding !: I'ideattX'coiBpered'ta-the: first i.us }"" ,\II\'T 1Q"-"bJ1d a eni fct' J1i 'fsfi{,''''w'severaltimesad '. ... '
to figures released..Jay 'the./ .ths of 1981. On December 31, the .
Florida. Highway Patrol Feb. 16. traffic death toll figure for the year continuing to play significant"role in No Hospital stay necessary-No Abortions performed.
Bradford County reported eight was 2,705 deaths compared to 3,119 for ,the reduction of traffic deaths, But- FLORIDA
DUI arrests during the month of the year 1981, a reduction of 414 terworth said. "Traffic fatalities dusting 964-6500
January and Union County reportedtwo. deaths compared to 1981. the month of January 1983 totaled THEATRE
This may or may not be a significant "Many 'other factors also con- 192 deaths compared to 207 for .the .
increase since the local FHP office tributed to this reduction" said But- same period last year a seven percent Starke 9645451Fit
reduction in deaths in one'mqnth. .
was not required to keep recordsin terworth; "but we are convinced that .'* Sat. Sun.
J982 so a comparison. cannot. be- strict DUI enforcement TG&Y'fan
made! firm court action andp'public
Troopers throughout the state are
Robert A. Butterworth Executive awareness and support are the major in selective DUI en- Eddie Murphy r ..COIWkI.j : .
Director of the Department of factors in the reduction of deaths on. forcement participating aimed at '
Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Florida's highways. Troopers of the, selected times days of'the week and centea-s
said troopers statewide arrested 1,534 Florida Highway Patrol will continue
at locations where drivers are
drivers last month for driving under dedicated efforts to impaired -
their remove
most to be the road.
likely ,on 301 S Starke
the Influence of alcohol or drugs in a drivers from our highways.
concentrated effort by'the''Florida
Highway Patrol,in the continuing! en-. 'for ement against drunk drivers: "
i Steve Broadway I Nick Nofte.( .cop. Y

1 ot"J* :$ifuKJilfan Injured in Moped Accident r[ TREE 'SERVICE : BEDDING

j;,'Wfllie; \ M Carter 79 of Starke suf- ,'ole. causing him to leave' the roadway 1 I* Removal 301 DRIVEINFrl.
.' tere4.lIroken' : leg Friday afternoon and fall theMoped. ;
'jfcTebt 29>'when he fell from his'mopedon Carter was taken to Bradford [ Trimming thru Mon. PLANTS'
Crawford Road. Hospital where he was treated and
Carterdriving a. 198*,Suzuki transferred' to .Alachua General i! Free..Estimate;
'.moped,\t.waa:-eastbound on CR16.Iwter Hospital. .
a started to change lanes to the The vehicle left the scene, according \ :473-4732
fi to Trooper D. C. Roberts. : ; Tomatoes Petunias
vehicle Carter
'iI! .BS a was passing. 5PtLKeystone 8 Variety
y .nwmtruck: on the elbow,by the vehi.I j.| After : '1
[ Heights: Marigolds' Miniature Pansy

I "', 'Fender Bender on :CR-231, L. Licensed Insured .j .
,! .. Comb
r- > ..L \-:;r 'ttnnu/a0nn' were traveling'north on Salvia Ageratum
Robin Donell Welch of Lake Butleryvas : i on the pave ,
cited for careless driving ire an stop
ment prepared left turn and
accident Feb..;24 north of.Brooker on. "While wafting on an approaching vehicle For Sale''
I: CR-231. from the opposite direction was "1974 Trans'AmAutomatic 2 1.00
: Guy Starting driving( a 1968 bodge struck by Welch's vehicle which skio-' packs

: and .Welch,''drIytng'1981 Ford sta-J :dod Into the rear of Starling's vehicle.:, transmission j PLUS'

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5th Floor
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& Keystone Heights i Ads < .1 Pinion CourityK4"i: : f?:,; LO5T/FOUHD: ..,|!1.;'RereeHn.RkhorsTl;'.B.lkeielrf Roofing,; *IMeelle FOR !SALE

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.' .*>> \ .. f' 'Hunting bag In |Repairs. end Roof CoeHnf.II Block Jock.Oek473473JI
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F SALE FOR RENT PERSONAL MISCELLANEOUS Ads ; : ,' 'Management Area. no cat- I P.M. I
: : ... log, extremely, thin. Call 'I I Free.Istlmeles'471-1MS t :.. I after,*

LAKE LOT on sand! bottomed, OFFICB l ,PACE facing SERVICES BINGO. .AMIRICAN 1 "96-30911. Itchg" 2/24. _-_ _....3AI
lake In Hlllcrost. SHOO Lawrence Mvd. Next doorto I LEMON HAU.Sr-21.. Sohrhdays. ;PERSONA! POUND, NEAR RMCt Small "
down. $146.44 per month.' A"Drvge.. Alto use TO OOOO HOME I yr. 7 p.m. and Sundays .i iiTFOR. RENTTYPEWRIl3Rs ;female beagle with leather -
Phone 473-40SB or several .targe offices for oldIe brindle pit bull. 2.' p.tnl Public Invited. ;1/3. .'SERVICES c ltar. No.name. Tattoo! In

!' 47 3-4 367 after 6 p.m 2/3 rent In .mar of building, ,Has shots, not spaded.. CoIl tfnchtJ. I -f SAlEl''. : ..AND ADJ'l i 1,/;.'oar'.. Call'' antt- Identify
ALCOHOLIC; I FAMItV CAM PORT 496-3469.2/24 Ztcha 3/03
l tfnchg :facing Flamingo. Call 473-379 and ask torJason. OINO MACHINIS FOR
.' ANONYMOUS Closed Sat., March S, 9 a.m.. If Inclement I ,
I .IAUTUHA LAKE OENEVA 4733411. 2/3 tfnchg 3/3 Itchg RCNTi Union County Times,
.. .. will beheld
ti access lots from $5,900 COMPLETELY FURNISHED CARPENTRY AND MASONRY meetings Monday B p.m. weather 89 SW '2nd A_.. lake HELP WANTED
1. $500 down. $71.74 per. house on Spring. lake. 2M. WORK Building patios. Open meetings Friday 0 Sat.. March 12. Butler Phone 496-2261 for
--'t. month. Discount on entire A/C. $22S/mo.$200 additions, remodeling' p.m. Alonon, Monday B Clarence. Allen 350 Sf 4th mare Jnformotlon. TFN '1 IUWANNEI RIVER
10 acreas. One waterfront deposit. Call 24-4354 after. homeland .... work. Free p.m. All meetings at St. 10/1, ECONOMIC COUNOL! le REALTOR
i lot. Call 473-4375. 2/3 .. 2/3 ttnchg ..tI_ Plume 473-4473 Educational Building Community Itpd 3/3. STORAGE SPACE FOR RENT now taking applications
tfnchg OFFICI SPACI.downtown during day. 2/3 tfnchgCARPBNTBR Church 473-279O or AUCTION IVORY FRIDAY Approximately BOO square far the Weatheriiotton JANE s. USHER
: "-COMMBUCIAL PROPERTY ont next t. I tote Farm. WORKS 475-2130. 2/3 tfnchgOVEBtATERS AND SATURBAYi 7:30 p.m. feet for additional Information Program. Eligibility will be .

I comer of Lawrence Blvd. Keystone ..Center ...........,... work kitchen ANONYMOUS In Macclsmny, Florida call 496-2261. TFN. determined' by total Your Union. Realtor.
\/ and Flamingo near SR-100 SUO/Moi Keystone cabin.is and trim carpentry. No dues fees or weigh... Haulers .and Buyers TWO'' BEDROOM IAO'ILI' household Income. Applications County
.;J and SR-21 Intersection Height Realty, Inc.. Reasonable prices. Open meetings Tuesay's, welcome.:Call 299-2429 or HOME Call. 496-3336, will be token or* 496-2126 or "".2903
I 4-separata office complexes REALTOR 473-441., 2/3 Call 473-2477 after. 5:30 7:30 p.m. Community 299-4471 far more Informa tchg 33.MOMU : a first come, first served 340 W.Main St..Lake Butler
2/3 tinchgCARPENTRYALL Church Educational tion. 4tch beg. 224. basis llchg 3/3.
corner lot with entrances p.m. MOMI SPACI FOR
: rn on 3-sldes of NOW UNTINOl 2 and 3 PHAMSiCabinets. Building K.y.tan.H.'ght. WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, RENT. Ow one-acre, nice "

; r:-' building. Owner financed bedroom mobllehomes Framing Form ., "473-2790. 2/3 YARD) SAlli Saturday and shady. two miles out' REALESTATE 106-17 ,..,.... Fronts New River I I.. (Union. County..
with low Interest rota. Call $!35/..... and up. Call ing. Trim. Phone 473-2520 BINGO. March S, 9 a.m. until.familiesparticipating US of town. Hwy 121. Phone... Very ........". forming area
I ,. 473-4920 or 473-3411 2/3 473-217 or 475-I 078. Lake 2/24-3/17 4tpdYARD Lions Club across Hwy. 121. several I for 4962995. .* 4 R. I BA Coot HIA... 1 Ac.
Park. from high school. Tuesays. clothing
tfnchg3 Geneva Mobllehome Financed
IVi 10 .
.-? WHIIL 3 SPEEDS bicycls.' 2/3 tfnchg3M. SALEALL Early Bird 7 p.m.; Regular all the family and many I.OOKINO FOR a specloj' *. Acre Hamesltes Owner
19 Acres weeded Owner Flounced
.. $100. Call 4733968. 3/1. .. IIATHi utility A/C room.family On 2/3 730: tfnchg.p.m. Public Invited. and.other 1_useful. ItchQl3l3.INSURANCE Items. Came. FOR SALE don't piece.have of properly It, I'll find-itJustosk"JANE If I 1% I ,..,.... Owner Iln.( .... No down pm..

ItchgSHORE room KINDS OP TOOLS tool 10.$ Ac.,.. Weeded., fenced. cress-fenced. Meal
MASTER portablealuminum Nightingale CARS, FOR SALIi
boss.. Frl.. Sat., and Sun., them please call REALTOR 496-2126 or hemesMe. Fin. .....11. -
1-268-6069 2173104tchg wanting
t. boat lifts and Call ( ) Also ,
Mar. 4S.6"9toS. Small appliances average |eeps .. I .d..... MM with Financed.. Smell down
Mike the Monitor at 473-2210 496-2903.: .v. "Your one. aero. "
li : docks. On display' at pickups.'Available at local
adds and ends.Baker
'in Redfeam's on HWY 21N or 1000 SQ. FT.i available Road, follow during business hours. MAINIS INSURANCE AGENCY Government auctions. For Union County Realtor tfn' payment end. ...u.... -..

.....,. call .73.2995. 3/3 Itchg directly In front of 473-41493/3 Itpd signs. 2/lOtfn 160 S.take Ave.. Lake directory call $096876000Ext. .* Nice largo let In attractive Hampton Oaks off US MlSouth.

WATERBIDi w/h__ and Keyttone Post Office.Phone MULTI FAMILY Sat. Mar. S, Butler.....3978. Complete 1136 call refundable. WANTEDWILL .
flt liner $IO., Broiler Oven 4732014. 2/24-3/17 9 a.m. Dove St.; 2 bib YARD SALE I Insurance Service. TFN, 2tpd 3/3 3/10. a 1911 MM S BR, 1 BA.-Leolts. brand !tow. Small. .......
$10.. Fireplace Screen $5, 4KhgIBR. before boll" Furniture, MOVING BALI 439 NW 2nd *1-Story Heuse-4 BR,2 BA. Price reduced.. Make offer.
".... Bar Stool $10., Small Metal IBATHi mobile home """' machine, IndependentDoxler St. next, to Church of PAY CASH For your 10-" Ac. ....... Many Peislbllmes.. Reduced.

w. ;.'' Deik SIS. FREE--Vlnyl furnished. with wastes and child.washing..... clothes, toys and GARAGE SALE Friday and Service Christ.. Sot, March '5. 9 used mobile home. Ray Very attractive 3 BR. 1 BA home en 1 Ae. In tewn.
Couch. Coll 473-7222 days dryer 25Omo. plus $100 mltc. It_. 3/3 ItpdLARGg Saturday. March 49. a.m. Refrigerator decor Powell 4963377. TFN 1/27. Owner may finance.
Coll 473.2747 B the |a.-., the hour. and WANTED GROWN WATCHDOG *
only. 3/3 ItpdoW6.S deposit. SALE Keystone Golf Take SR-21 N to C 352. curtains, baby Items, FmHA Houses for sale
JAPANESE MILITARY Rift Mon.-Fri. 96pm. and Estates, follow go No loll toe Wj .r toe _II. "othoe.,1tehg, 3/3. or puppy for protection. House en small farm In Providence.'
signs. miles readWhite
Fill $45.. 1950 collectors Saturday. 9-1. 3/3-31 4tchg March 456. Tools motorcycle two on paved High Quality Work at PkiOER PIOSl' Born Elisabeth Mann 1 mile HOI .... .
Lionel Train set 200., Gold helmets, misc. Sands Lake. See ._.......... Prices. 12/28/82. $30 each. Phone north of lake Butler on ,
signs. Air conditioner 30"riding 121. tchg 3/3. ... .. :
..' filled pen knife $10.. Sears WANTED household Items. 3/3 Itpd 497-1006. 496.3953ltchg.. 'C"- _
!lawn boat '
garage door opener with mower .. .. ,.
Ads motor pool table, many a. M
two contrail$73. Hope CAIrn AND VINYL installations Classified .
pen P. O. Box 113. and! ,.,..1,.. Get Results more new Items. Itchg Far Sal I. Brine Johns
Kevstone Hats.. Fl., 32656.I 3/03 1
Free .eitlmate Ten yearsexperience. / 3 BR Concrete Block Accepting Applicationsfor
----- -- ---- --------------- ------ located Land Fill
'* Cal 4734217. trimmed In brick.

HELP ..10 for Craig. 2/10-3/3 Pearce at'' 720 NE 3rd. St. near Install, new septic tt>iMis.

'- WANTED 4tpd. lake. Repair.drain lines l Filter
WANT TO UVt USED 12ft. l Appliance Repair 2 BR14'xl4'i
'. LICENSED wid. mobile home under ona-irnir.: Living room,
COSMOTOLOGISTi Full or 50 ft. with 1 $'. Write to All Work Guaranteed 13'x20'; dining roam .Pump Septic Heek-up tanksPumping t (One & Two Bedroom Apartments
6 t. .rfl part time. Coll 475-2211 Cearge Whit., cia fA'Y 17x17; kitchen 17x17;
.... Doris Hair Clink. 2/24 G.n.ral Delivery. All Brands! Including MkrewevesServlng den, 17x20 with fireplace. Repairs
Keystone Heights, Fl.. Lake Region' W/W carpet on hardwood "
32696. 3/3 Itpd ....."7.. 275-217
r":1: Huntley I (904)) floors.. 1.76 acres of land. LAKE, BUTLER APARTMENTS '

Redfearn'sSERVICES LOSTFOUNDFOUND I George Langlsy49B75O5! 1005.S.W. 6th' Si, Lake Butler Florida

on. pair mans fpLf fTFTrTinfTrTrirwmjffJif\jit wvw fVVrv ArV AfVw J vvwwBuslns

: prescription glasses' and Used Mobile Homes APARTMENTS FEATURE'
>$$ Opportunity
"t. on. cap at no. 3 Water

473-4340 Company pump across & 3 Bedrooms Convenience Store With Gas WaB to waD .Refrlge 'al r
:. ;t 01' from high school. Call 2 For Late> carpeting 'Draperies
473-4252 Monitor 473-2210. 2/10 tfn Stove 'Oil-Sight Laundry facilities
LOST STOUNi from Lake On.full year warranty
Hutchinson_, liver" and Reconditioned Need. ea.Ight .dealer. with strong marketing skills.
whit. female bird dog.. 2 $tore currently eperutiCapital .....
:: Repairs Of Major| yrs. old has scar on back. John D. Brown required. fey .Inventory.No Equal Housing Opportunity -

.. Electric Appliances ALSO: young blk/ton male good. will or franchise fees. High vol..._ boefian.
for those who
Serving Bradford 3 german shepherd. BOTH available. In L". Butler end. terke.. Rental Assistance Available quaDfy
mining .Inc. Jan. 1. Any Home Center Inc. Call Colle>cti Fred Powell
Clay Information please call
Area Cod 13- 70-3030 4963141MOBILE
I Uwntflct .,,... KirritsM 473-7222 days 479-2439 Hgt .
; nights. 3/3 1 tpd SR-Zl 473-3779 Keystone i

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Scholarships available for DOGS Reiponslble person sharpening service, circular Residential pump-outs, o your opportunity to learn topper. Air power. steerIng .SKYLINE HOMI CENTER HANOI-HOUSES
I unlicensed persons. ERA wonted to feed care hand. carbide $99. we also re-lay drain more of .tho Bible. Go automatic 'J>rakes, .
1 1979Liberty.
12x68 2 BR. BA.
Faulkn'IIlty.964-506S. for and! help maintain through Genesis to Revelatlonjn radio tape player. $2300. '
10/28 tfn chain mower blade hollow lines, 9648121. 11/18 tfn 964-6279. Itchg 3/03 Set up end Variety of Styles Decor A Sizes
Subscribe Tedeyl Call 483-1174. ground and balanced. RENT TO OWN Office furniture 11 weeks. Only one Doll......... $4600. .
between 1 and 4 only. hour week enrich Ins DODOI MONACO Sta- 4x8 to 12x50
a can
it IF YOU NEED EXTRA: Itchg 3/03 Leave at Jackson Building typewriters, tion wagon. Air radio 12x68 ] BR., 1 BA 1972 Cow
MONEY willing to work. NEW OPENINGSt For Nationwide Supply In Starke, Keytsone calculators and J one heavy your Those Bible Interested. knowledge.call power steering, brakes, ,cord.. Set"p end. Delivered, Hwy. 301 S., Starke., Florida
Avon needs you. Call Industries. No Heights or Lake Butler. duty copying machine excellent condition. low Window A/C, $4800. 964-6020
Romano Crapse, 782-3068. Sales, will train. $''.000 TFNchg available. Or, rent monthto 9644616. Itpd 3/O3 mileage Call' 964-6279. 12x78 I BR, 1 BA 1971Moeece.
2/17 4tpd 3/10 !I SEWING MACHINISREPAIRIDi month. Come by today. WILL CAM FOR YOUR INFANT at Ars
plu. a y_. For Info call S230O. Itchg 3/03 Central .beet and Also Motorcycle Shop
Sub.erlb.TedayI 1-312-931.70SI. ..t. All makes THE OFFICE SHOP, 110 W. to five years old. $40 1979 'FORD MUSTANG sir' sat and. .delivered.,
,>M r'a ._..*.RAND NEW-Ground floor 2729A. 2/24 4tpd 3/17 cleaned oiled and ad- Coll St.,.Starka. 964-5764. per week. (Near UCI a Auto., excellent. condition. "",., ue 3000 E. Duval St., Lake City.. H.

opport. W. need several CARETAKERS SERVICES lusted. $15. Work tin FSP). Call Kathy Crawford. $3,000. Call 964-8126. 3/03 SKYLINE HoMI CENTER 752-2222 '

dynamic women In the NEEDED for FmHA; .homes guaranteed. James WANT TO DRINK 964.7276.tchg 3/03 4tpd 3/24 164-4.1.. ,

"7 Storke. Keystone area to In Bradford County. If Interested Strickland corner MorganRd. THAT"J YOUR BUSINESS 71 DODGE Half ton pickup, ltchgl/Ol. _- ,._ ..,,u,
.help us launch the most In bidding on services and Hwy 16. TFNchg WANT TO STOP CARS ftTRUCKS $990. 9647712. Itchg 3/03 DOUBLIWIDI MOBILE,
exciting program today In needed call 376-9898 i.CHAIN: UNK FENCE Install THATIOUIISAlcaholla GRASS STRIP ULTRALIGHTS. HOME Furnished. CHAon Curies Suzukt-Kawasakt Ii of Stark
the field. Absolutely
glamour to obtain a bid. Closing ed. Free..tlma... HandyMan Anonymous Keystone Airport. nice one acre lot. .

Send brief no reiume Investment Immed.I CERTIFIED dote 3-19-83.HOME' Itchg HEALTH 3/03 Fence Co., owner ......110 964-S434 IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY 964-6741.seat. $4.799.Double' Financingmay or single, 21000. 964-8003 after 6. KZ'75O Spectre

...; to: Personnel Dept. PO AID for Home visits and In Tommy Reddish. 964-8999.. 964-6894. JEEPS FOR$44 through the be arranged. 3/03 tchg 3/03'
tfnpd 992TYPIWRETER 11 tpd U.S. Government Get the 1176 WINDSOR MOBILEHOMIt
Box 1192 Orange/ Pork, Fl Bradford Musthave 4tchg '/24 ,
32067. 2/24 2tpd 3/03 County.Medicare REPAHh. Call NEED HELP TO CLEAN up facts today Call ((312)) 12x70 with a 12x30

,.... TWO PEOPLE TO DO BOOK- cor. Call approved the Office Shop. 110 W. and haul away your |hunk? 742-1142 Ext. ,609. 2/17 MOBILE' addition. Good,condition. Only
fe KEIPINO for small private Margl. at agency.800-342-6801.. Call St..Stork., for details. We will do It for a small fee EOW 3/31 Need to see to appreciate.Call *
school. For Information UpJohn Health Care Ser .9645764. tfnSubscribe or stuff we haul away. '71 VOLKSWAOENi, HOMES otter 1 p..... 9647921. .3,50000Out :-<
contact lesly at St. Mark's vices. 3/03 tfn Today I 964-6279. Call anytime or 96.-6974.2/24 2tpd 3/03 FOR tpd 3/03 ( tile Door) ; ,

Pro-School. Mornings" C.O.I. (Feed. Service 'GLASS CUT TO ORDIRi come by.436 N. Polk St. 1982 MONTI CAMOt Diesel. ii i SALE'I i i i12a6 I MOMLB HOME 1979 12x60.. '
964-8914. 2/24 2tchg 3/03 Doors, windows etc. 1/27 tfn Blue/tan. 9.00O mllas. 36
Deatjilawtey) Correctional furnished w/front This Boulevard baa
EXPERIENCED Hwy. Loaded except EXPANDOi Beauty a rugged ;
MEAT CUT- Institution Is accepting applications JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Subscribe Today) mpg. Living and A/C. $7300.
TERi Apply The Meat Store. for Correctional 964-607. Orders also PREVENT CHIMNEV FIRESt power windows. $900 room. Ilk. new. Many extras. (porch Will rent for$199 per mo.. Dohc engine combined: with a'
and take
Starke. 964-8290. Itchg Office I assigned to Food taken In lake BUtler. They can be expensive! down up $7500 or best offer '
r ...... 3/03 Call 933-2280. smell deposit) 96 -8849. smooth tlbatt'drlve. Come in and
.....- Service Dept. Starting 496-3079 and Keystone Fireplaces; wood stoves 2/24 payments.2tpd 3/03 Call 473-7902. 2/24 2tchg Itchg 3/03 ..
salary $12.970 annually. Heights. 473-4973.2/26 tin and fumes cleaned. No 197 MAVERICKS Tan A/C. 3/03 see our line of Kawasalds., .now'at
Must meet requirements. FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS m... Call 964-8778 evenIngs Good condition. '19S2 fUITWOOD. 'Threebedroonv *"
for certification as CO. O.I. and weekends.. G. New tiros.964-9699. 3/03 2tchg ,,2 bam., 14x70 Today low reduced prices.Out .

Food Service experience Is' 144 W. Call $t. Blankenthla Chimney. $995.3/10 .. mobile 'home. Total! elect ,.Subscrib. *JVfe*. Cem'Jte JBrat

preferred.Apply at lawtey 9447103Ope Sweep. 2/24 2tpd 3/03 '7$ CUTLASS SAlONi+.Call .trie. 3-ton air conditioner' BRADFORDCOUNTY .
Correctional' Institution or EXPERIENCED PAINTER after S, "' -6822. llchg unit. $1900 down takeover Hwy 301 S.-964-6020
call 782-3811.Equal Opportunlt T.w.sr. 9 III $i$0rtiurs. Neat work Interior or ..- 3/03 .; payments of $185 approx. -, 'TELEGRAPH
Employer. .Itchg 11 AM tli 7 PMlet. t.rlor. Free estimates. 1972 DATSUN B-MOOl Hatch.' 10V* 'y,.. loft Call: 984-6305 '"'i; '
3/03 with $89O. between 9 a.m.and 2 p.m.i' .!. N.TEMPLE. AVC.U. .
PART-TIME Carpenter.Ing 'I$ 9 AM Ml $ PM Reasonable prices Back, Runs good. '
HflPi ( ... HWY: 3OSTAKEPLE0i t.
AppointmentsMet good references. Call Cash. Phone 473-4908.. 9644166. /a4. 2tpd 3/03,
and mechanic skills. Afweys! Necessary 964.9177. tod 3/03 1 tad 3/03 : ,
Must be available ; '
during /:1
day. 964-5849. tchg 3/03 ,- .-. ..... .- ....... .- ..oI!-. .-. ..-: ... ..... .... .-4 !..Ia' .... ;APTtS BUS HOURS: 06041'a44-So'a' 4713OSTROUT

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200 p.S-l.. 'DrefnfieM SALES.7B1-3I72 ReckBide. or rent frim''monh' f '116w SROiIER-8LEeMAN.... J'BA.;;1...* .c. .- grew. -rice.,op.

A" : 'muck. -".. ...'.:..-,.,.'.,.. .t.......i_....,........
1264.2 BU.T I A .toecene. .lewa.
Ixcollont seed.
Shock Absorbers Top Sell..LI---Scrap f Bark ton nth' fruit...., comp fu......... ,,,..,...::.garage...aS0.

toads 063-1 R. V IA Don, OIl ... hlgh/dry" Ilona. .biedY1
a' It tarter Mglwrtfa _,_ O I IC'EFURNITURE'+ ..........., I Is. a".w. ........ pecan grave. plwR.,

than any Alter ale shock' Coastal pear.blneb.rry ..........\.i. :..t.....$6OAOS
s&SBfbCf.SW/ Bermuda /96 M roultty keuses. .4 ac., ......end well. s.d. etew
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} 10-2; Saturday JO-5. Boy HOME PARK Mobile 4...'*. length 24" to 24x36", 25 cent each Used tiro: We pick-up $100;
17 ,, cloth*.. toy, ate. your child only 40" 1/2 cord $304 } In printing newipoper 11 TREK. You delivar $125. Olin
hom.sandspar..forr.nr.R.cr.atlonal rwiHetgrne
r 3/03 '$22: .SO/ma.. plus tartan Two bedroom home 6 ft.
96I,4443.4tpd, far minor
) vehicle ,crap firewood oak ,or Great repair Mobil. Horh.'Sal*s. Hwy.:
EXT DOOR TO DO-DROP- moving charge.All font welcome. ......... ..,..2912. pin. $10 truckload ,Sun- |ob,%. Bradford .County, fenc. 15. mils IOUlh"of '100 W Stark.. 964.306..;
Mi Two family yard ala and moving applle to ourchoe. 9/16 tfnMOBILI hlno Aero, Wet 16 Call.. Telegraph. ,64-630S.. nn. Lake City: 30 mile. from TFchg REALTY
Saturday; March S, 95. Porramor Musk, RENT. '-". :'W. load for you RECONDITIONED TVSl Color Gainesville on Interstate SubecriboTodaylWANTEDrOlD'
Clothe..dI....*.and lou al 'Oak Mall Galnavlll. Ona mil. from Stark between 9:30 a.m. to 2:30: 'starting at ,$100.00. ,441 8 18 JCT. A.klng, TOOLS-OLD'' -

'other Item.. Itpd 3/03. 378-3626. 11/II tin limit. Clean. Hwy. 16 city W. p.m. Mon-Frt. 12/16 tin Trade-In'; welcome. Phone $47,000i No realtor. STANLEY PLANES Phott.96t133t. .
FRIDAY 8 SATURDAYi 8 ,SubKribeTodaylSTUDIO SubecribTday| 964-8312 6/11 tfn pleae. 752-5361. '110, 'ID
Call 468-1323. 1O/07 tfn. 8 et.m! to 5 p.m:
HAVl PHONE 964-7776
.m,of"rill,.'* "Io >. P-m. Clothing' APARTMENTi $210. KITCHENEM1CIINCYRoom ARGENTINA BAHIA' Edward CORD OF SPLIT OAK WOOD 4tchg 3/03 or ..,..1551. l/3Otfn MCELUTttWILUBM 1",0, ,

I ,. ,mall galore-men chlldr.n.. ladle. and fir*!.lent month rant plus for rant at low Highly*.fertilized.964.5379.:2/17 J. M.:4tpd Ooollv.""' $75. 964-7763. SUBSCRIBE TODAY .SOMEON TO RENT TO J. 205 Temple, StarkeNew

Cheap, cleaning d.poslr..Utllitlss {weekly rate*. Call Temple 3/10 2/03 tfn TWO LOTS FOR BALE Each OWN or rent month to
Baby crib book and lots .xlra. Call 964-7347 and Motal. "".7357. 9/16 FRANKLIN FIREPLACE largo",USED ,TIN 9 8 10 ft. 'length 6.97 acre. High and Dry. month. Office furniture,

mar*. W." Butler' ltd pour. 5332157. 1/13 tfn EOW/tfn modal all cast Iron. SI lSOI; Hwy. 301 South Starke. Partially cleared with, typewriter, calculator Listing
Itchd 3/03 40-BlAT .'STAU.ANt; t' CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for Siegler keroen hotr Green. Welding Shop.. tlm"'.". Six mile N.W. of Also have on. heavy duty .Eitete Sole-Brick. S '..a BA CH/A. 2 fireplace. 4 Ac.Fanc.d .
GARAOI' .. $ALl-Two EQUIPMENT for rnt. rant. On Hwy. 16 W. Clo.. 'with floor wep, $20O. o 2/24: ,,2tpd 3/03 Lawtey Hwy. 125. Owner. copying machine. Hurry and croufenced. with barn. In Lawtey.Spaclew .

.... famllle 1:30. Saturday. Mar.. $. R.a senobl.. 9646784. to prlton. Call .4681323.. Call 964-7648. 1/27 tin ,ONE ACRE LAND financed. 7823192. 2/24. Coma by today and check' brick, 1 BR, 2 IA completely. equipped. kit
0.to. 3:30: iDoublewlde mobil horn,
Club E.tat.sacross p m.Country 1/13 tfn 10/07 Hn. SubecrlbatadvylPIANO 3tchg 3/10 u.out..THE OFFICE SHOP chen. O/W. ........ ......*.. mIcro_. av.... beeutlful
.. 3 Bedroom. 2 bath LR.DR. .
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Ta.y 110 W. Coll St. Storka.
the treat from th. SubcrlbTd..yl NEWLY REMODELED 2 or 3 FOR SALES wanted: K., 18000. Located ONE ACRE LOT Facing SR-16 964.5764.tin custom .drape.. Fireplace. .... Room .dl.| to 20.40
Stark Golf and Country ROOMS Nlco and neat Air / *. Cantrally located Reponlbl party to approximately' six mile W. Septic tank light pale, SubKriboTadaylUSED I' pool w/ettrect. fence far privacy. Sprinkler *,.tem.

Club Itpd 3/03 hoot and TV.,$40 and upper on 301. $250 month. .*."m. small monthly south ef Stark on SR.223. well Installed./ Selling CARS Running or not. Nice UtH. ...... In Five 0.....

SATURDAY, MARCH t 8:30 ....... Call 964-9992, 964-6211 5. 3/03 or 964-6849 after payment on .pl./c_ Call '964-6715 after 6:00: price $6500. $500 down Will take almost anything.Ph. Nearly saw well Insulated brick home. 3 BR. 2 '110.
,0.m.:3O ak far Peggy. 1/71 Btpd Itchg sole pkmo. Can bo soon .tri. 2/24 $83.98 mth. at 1594' Interest -
: p.m. on 301 .ONE AND TWO BEDROOM p weekday 2tpd 964-7970 after 6 p.m.. Urge living room w/flreploce. Attractive kitchen
,south In front of th* Outfitters 3/17 furnUhed locally. Writ (Include 3/03 for IS year Pn. 2/24 2tchg 3/03 w/dlnlng' are*. Petto, ....1. hed. Selling Prlce-SSO.SOO
or octets from KOA SubicrlbTdaylRENT apartment, phono number) Credit LONG WHEIt BASE TRUCK 964.5606. 2/24 too wHh $. $48.390 11'
I $160 and $200: and Mcurlty CHURCH PIANIST 4734432. mo at '''% .ma. pay. $' 68.21. In
t Campground .Furnltur*, TO OWN or 'ron" deposit. light and hot Manager .P., O. Box 52/: CAMPER and 23 foot travel 8 ACRE LOT on SR-227 facing 2/24 2tchg 3/03 Country Club ere.. .
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J cloth* and hauihold month to month, Off ic. vxpler fumlthod. No pet*. 2/173tchg3/02" traitor Both In good condl- Brooker Rd. Soiling price, SMALL FARM TRACTOR" In .P..woatIl".IrIdt.. } BR, 2 BA. U, DR. K. enclosed.

.",) ltm Itpd 3/03 Furnltur, Typewriter. One largo room and bath Subscribe Today I tlor.,333: -2474.2/24 tfn $16.000. I,000down $225 .good condition. Pleoe call garage paved drf"....,. $48.000. Auum.. mtg.
WIATHIR PERMITTING, Calculator Alt have furnlihed apartment, $150 BEDROOM SUITE and farm 1978 PLYMOUTH VOLAREl p.r month at 15H In....... ,9645842.. 2/24 3tpd 3/10 DUX.SeuthgatoCaxy.

: Saturday MarcH S. Northof heavy duty copying plus $30 dopoilt. No .....Irm->". 964-6366. 2/24 'AIr;: Power brake, poweroloctrlc Ph. 964-5606 2/24 tfn, '8 hem on earner lot.. $" .500. mtg.apprex. .
!j'i lawty Elm. on Carter machine for pen,. THE OFFICE utllltle furnlahed. No 2tchg 3/03 *.**'Ing. window, 29000. Mo. pey. $314.Cofinorty .
r .1 t\.r'i. ;Road:tot of Worn. l Jtchg BOAT I MOTOR TRAILER 8. ,new tire.. 11650. 782.3307.
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SHOP 110 W. St.. pet* 9648071. Itchg 3/03 * ..
r ,;J/03 'j, _1I.r./ Call e4-8443 Itchg 3/03 SubscribeBRADFORD/
;1.1'. .1/ Stork. 9645764. tfnMOIILI RECENTLY REMODELED 3 Utility Etete-Nw
5', SIDIWALKBAIT 'ATl' for Information after MAGIC CHIP RANGE 30" MOIILt HOME 1 BR, > BA home en I clear ac.
HOUR Two BR, 1 BA. No pot*. $300. mere Owner _of.nod. Bert _., town I
W.nIN.AUTO 3/OS Go. One boat and m
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,Friday, p.m 2tchl $ nvict POLES1W
g$; '9-3,' Saturday3.. Fur. bedroom. 964-821 'or .per .mo. 964-7047.. 3/03 DUE TO HEALTH PROBLEMS. window 'unit 964-7443 .Country Club 1.,_ brick 3 SR. 2 BA. Oarage an I

fi\ ,nlrure,' auto part, wotB 964-6112. 2/17 tin $4tchg ACRE 3/24 LOT WITH MH SET UP.\ I Mull cell BOAT, MOTOR [after 2. Itchg: 3/03 It*? : 1/3 A. $75.000 .._... mtg.Flv .
ch*>, bike, toy. fishing Subscribe Tedeyl AND TRAILER Electric 'TWO, BULLDOG PUPPIES I I I Oek. Soiling Prke-SSS.eOO. Brick 3 BR, 2 BA.
\' tackle, etc, 964 6851. tchg RENT TO OWN Or rent off 9648498.Orlffl 3/03 loop. S7S 3/10 mo. tart. 15 ft. 40 hp. Auto Ono trailer for riding lawn RENTALSNOW 11 Fireplace. .....,..
,1; 3/03 month to month Offlc 2tchg tran. 964-5731. Itpd 3/03 mower on. stool trailer Lake Butler-Brick. 2 pretty acre, 3-cer carport SP
SATURDAY, MARCH Si furnltur, typewriter*. UNFURNISHED HOUSEi 2 or CITY LOT 86x200. Wool go behind car. 782.3650. Is Urn TIME 1 I I $58.800.'Owner Finance.little .

'\ t. Weather permitting Wet calculator Have .on. 3 bedroom t bath.Largo Madison All utllltle SI...,.available.High. 8 Itchg SfOSINTERNATIONAL to get your GROUND Call inytim*; Uko Sent F-Beautlful hem a guest cat,.

C? ,221.oak/ for .lon*. ttpd' heavy. duty copying crooned porch largo Dry. 1-A TILLER -MH-3 BR. 2 IA on hi a dry pretty ecro. 301 South.
J.M. 9645379.
k 3/03. machine available. THE family room with fireplace. 3/03 2tpd 3/10 for Cub Cadet tractor READY for a .4.78 Acre ... Wilson "". 8 230. 11000. .

>i mi 8 SATr9-5. Olln' Trailer OFFICE SHOP. 110 W., Call two garage $325 per mo. IBM ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER point hitch: with bolt, 37" SPRING GARDEN Energy Efficient-Beautiful. home overlooking:) loll
-' Park. Adult" ,,children and 964-5764. tin 964.5559.'ltchg 3/03 width. All $250. Good con. '
St., Stark. Good condition. $150. course. 3 '1. 2 BA Owner financed.
!. baby cloth..; houtehold TWO-1 BEDROOM :'APART .'MOBILR HOME ON CRIFFIS 964-5139. Itchg 3/03 dtlon. 468-1733. Itpd 3/03 Rent A Tiller Shop & Compare!! .48 Acr-S57,900 en graded read off SR-233. I]

*i Item: book and mlcel. MENTS.. $125. 524 Cherry LOOP Avallabl. Saturday. 0.'. WASHING MACHINE MUST .SE MOVED 3 Bit Special Insurance for .Two Homes-611 a II" lake. 11.-535,600. ;

.a 1 tchg 3/03 St. 964-8404.; .2/24 2tchg First, last and .......* '. No Auto.. Ilk.new. Heavy duty frame houie. Need Push Plow or a Mobile Home. Parks .Reduced. Homo t 15 Acre 40000. Off FonythV Rd.
.- 67. W, MADISON ST.t SaturK 3/03 pet*. 964.8816. Itpd3/03 white. Excellent condition remodeling. $1800. .47 Acre and charming brick hem an Rd. 100 W.
'I $100. 9646918. Itchg 964-7111. Itchg 3/03 Gasoline Mule: --All types of
(Fuml.hodof.* '22 Acre. N. of Rd. 221 (Hampton aree) Beautiful
(ft- not, linen/ .furniture, flel.ncy.and on. bedroom Unfurnl.hed.' $125 a $165. FOR 3/03 SALE OR ASSUME 1900 with HONDA helmet.640 Excellent Motorcycle 64-8807 homeowners policies for ,....-.......c... be subdivided.Plnang"2l I
> odd and endi, and mobile homes.
toy 51 0.524 St. ."
5 clothe.. Itchg 3/03 apartment All Utllltl** Included. Cherry PAYMENTS Fouf month) condition. SI 500. 964.71 1 1. let m Wilson Rd.with 10X financing.Valuable .
'j 7 FRIDAY THRU SUNDAY From $120 pr mo. 964 8404. 3/03 2tchg310MOTORCYCLES old Early American sofa Itchg 303CARRIER Call for Quote 301 N. Irontage-SO Ac. with CB Bldg.i;

4 Inquire 208 N.,Cherry St. and chair,and/or doubl. AIR CONDITIONER THE 750 W. Mwllson St..I.... bldg.Zoned for oHIces..
9:30-4:30. 3% Mlle south. OJIn'o Mobile
$ on 100. Rain or hlne.. Itpd 3/03 .' bed with hood and foot 13.000 8TU Energy Saver. .33 Ac. 8 20 Ac. off SR-235-House a 2 A. Owner fin.

Brakfat nook child. 2 BE., FURNISHED APARTMENT panel, olio chest of, '964-7111.. Itchg 3/03 TOTAL Home Sales, .Coxy CB Homo on Rd. lOOI-SM.OOO. Take only ap
Upitalr Slav, drawer, Call 964-6056. RENTALS liE pro*. $...000 t* get Into this anal! t
-4 bed clothe sho.sand
youth HONDA 350i Four cyl. 1973. Itpd 303GRA'IVINU. 40 ROLLS-BALES HAY Good Elaine M. Olin Agent .
: ; leke-ltr lake 2M-Custom brick-
$165 me. $150 **curltydpalt. p.m. 2/24 tin Higgins, Southland Jumbo 1 tchg 3/03 964-5606 Owner, finance. II..."' .
V > 404 N. Cherry St. Dixie. Two year old ''1978 CADILLAC Coup 20-A Primitive Church Rd. 3 well. 2 *ptlc tank.
Call 964-4228 after 6 p.m. plant Well rooted hi on. dsVlll..Gr.y. Good condi' WetllDrilling> Country Club" .building lots-Si.000 t* $11.000.

*,.. :,,,. FOR SALE 2/24 tfn- MISCELLANEOUSTABU gal. pot":'$1.50 each: 'J.C. ,tion. $oI99S. 964-8820.3/03 Impressive brick en 1.7 Ac. In Country Club proa.Assm. .

'I '2 BR MOBtU HOME. Adult Faulk 964-8678. Grlffl 2tchg 3/10 Jt.1 ...... of 40000. 5/.*.
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only. No pet*. 964-7619 or SAW. Crofliman. Loop.3/03 3tpd 31.7HAY ,.. .. ','" Popular, Center cola, Wr. SvFlnancIng ....\\1.
rRONTAGIi Excellent 'at"Ylflo.
.,o.iLAK' 964 8614. Itchg 3/03 Some tool. 3Vi hp goenfttoa FOR SALE! Roll 2" thru 6" .I.ft) Ac, wU*. Stay....... .'o& "' ..*tesrn Hell-
Stork.. Pisa,. 'oIJSI Ei d
fllhlng. no ;, 12G.-4I.rolLa' .S roHwr.or :. : _, '<; "" CHwnettliCJ- w-* -
=R-'*. :: +; "F $ day Inn.
MEXTOOO TO.H *- t Rotary"Drilling
CIcY': "< .,.... 'e"1f+t964.62S0 r more.-815 orach. OPpORTUNmEStitJSIllC V
Lot L.... ..." with IOO water.MlnlSMatot .
BLOCK Repainted' partial. cabinet, many other S en Sampson en
72 3727. 3/03 4tchg 3/24. .
lOll NIAL COURT Concret.f'b4ack Equip.
ly furnl.hed. 964-5193. 'Item 964-8238.1 tchg 3/03 CHICKEN HOUSE. 400 ft. Alt, Specious, brick home 2760' on 8 ac.
;3 BR..1 BA.Excellent 'tO State LicensedPumps 01I .Klngsley. leke-Ex. Clean brk duplex-TT. on water.Beetent .
,. r' neighborhood. bno. block llchgS/03 or part. 4681985. Itpd- SALEiSuc7c .\. ...\. . ... ... .
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'' TRAILER. 3 BR, 1M IA 'on 3/03 *** ',.' ,!pchool ,...,1.. Pleat, no' canal overlooking Lak. BIO DUTCHMAN EQUIPMENT minimum Investment.Ideal .:.200Excsll.nt with terpoft. 51' 144.700.Classified ,

,coll.ct''call.. 964-6350.. Genvo. $200 pac mo. Call WANTED TO BUY for Caga Lay.r .for .man and wife. . . . . .
2/03 tfn Haute. Feeder. Hart cup Will train. Keply to P, O. Ads Get Results
day 37..1...., or 'night Raccoon.Ottor, New & UsedlesPartS'Servic Buy
NEAR Good and food :
'376-4766. 3/03 4rchg 3/24 IIaIocotlto water Drawer,, A, Starke, Florida lovely 3 BR, Horn on vi I'
neighborhood. 3 BR. 2 8A SPACIOUS APARTMENT _'. Fur Pest COASTAL 468-1985. BERMUDA Itpd 3/03 HAY 32091. < Ac. Plu lot In country. Ex- 3200 Sq. Ft.Warohous .

with nice family roam. On. bedroom one bath. "-.S 1". Good quality'$1.50 bole. OPEN THAT BUSINESS IN E-Z TermsJPltimbtng cell.nl buy at $23.500.
Deck |In back 'off matter Nice neighborhood. fsr 200: bale loft 4681985. '"L'llIanl I to own or rent . . . . '-' For leas.;
bedroom. 'Call 964-7147. month to month. Office JOOOSq. Ft. Bullying I I
couple or Ingle.. Will consider ttnd 3/03 furniture, typewriter, 2'Ao.5aIOAc.Tacll 1,000 sql ft. office or retail On US.301 South

LOST/FOUND moll child. No pet*. *FOREST .HEIGHTS 4 18. 3 BA Mock h_. Just calculator Alto have ono .'. . . . . of land ..... .loading. dock. 100 ft. Call 964,6020

Molt reasonable and con- lilted. .. .. .. _',.. ..: :. ... ....$....000. copying machine for rant. I New Installation RANCHETTE3" BR, 2 BA, off US-301 N>rth.
FOUND A Great Ploc torRent venient. 964-4515. 3/03 SPECIAL EFFECTS enhance t.d.' brick "homo In- Como by today. THE OFFICE brick homo on 5 ocr**, Call 964-5294
Office Furniture and 2tchg 3/10 Country. Club l....... 4 BR, 3 IA. Flrealoc. Loot of SHOP 110 W. Call St.. .Remodeling. . . .Repairs. 69000. .__.

n Equipment. Roofo own or extra.. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. $130.000. Starko. 964-9764 tin
: ,Classified Ads n : YOUR OWN JEAN- DwurranccPUMP& Old Horn. Restaurant.
family .
month to month. THE OFFICE *SOUTHOATR-3,J BA .. Solid oak Hill
SHOP. 110 W. Call St.. Get Results kitchen cabinet*, fenced bediyard,excellent condl-j SPORTWIAI.lnlan'- : ... . ... $65,000

. : .... Proteen or Ladle appar.lStoron / 702-3331
s.flbdE761. If... '" Men... . ; "?-.*. .153.too. B04
PECAN .GROVE'12,acre of prime ....... Owner Offering nationally 8O4/ 78C-3888 HOME Appliance
brand such Jar- SUPPLY
LAND REALTY term. Per acre..I, .,.: ..,. ...... .. .12.300. doc.known.., Chic L_.a*levl, P.O. Drowor "M" .
Jl16Ag *4 DUPLEX LOTS ,In Sto"' .. all for $12,800.. Owner. COMPANY
"rm. Vanderbllt, Wrangler over ',' . . Ml S. lowloy Repair
200 other brand. $7,900 to
s' >! *42 ACRES-4 Bedroom, 2Vi .both CoHome _mpor.ry $16.900 Include beginning 864 N. Don Hill Owner

393 N. T.mpl. Av.., Stark ... .. .. ... .....:. ..V$148408.. Inventory airfare 'for on. Temple AIMS.Starftf .Wa.he..oDry.r.
.... ...a .bdrom 2 betfi. East Call .
'y rtil I* P.Odom brokerGRI *REDUCED TO $ to Position Canter, twining VACUUMSALE' .Dishwoshers.AlrCondltlonr .RGngo f
Street Addrou.Neighborhood.
fixture ,
io, grand opening . ,. .
m Jr. AMQClote promotions Call Mr. . .. .. .Rolrlgorotor

., 1\'Ac:". .ot "$580' ...... Payment $.. per mo. .Dickeen 268.1361.((501) 882-5164 Itpd 3/03 or 964-7061 NEW & USEDWe 231 S.Walnut St.
AREAS (501
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+ YdAcroi, 'on grated road.. Cook. to mtg. p ym nts. c Finance'OurOwnK1RBYS Stark,Florida
1 month.p. j 964-5849
... Two .d ehd..twIMlnf. (of*. Country.Club .!-, ..Boyf fropcrllo,Inc BX EUREKAS 473-3549

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1,1 I 11 .' .. .ne.... You Invited ELECTROLUX' Longchomp Ent.I,..a Assoc
8 "IR. f sA Jio.. .-... I.nnM are.. "- *" '.. re FILTER. QUEENS Inc N'
t I r:r 'IN NICE AREA .

3 BR.1..... fcemov ""t' C &1 C: Mini StorageNow 'f'o COMMERCIAL.SEARS ROOM TO GROW tvtl; right for growing fangy. 3

an '., 2 'A. 1558 **j.ft. Large fenced beck yard on as.
< tenting *\*> We repair all makes to elementary. school .
-npfN "OU5E )Al\ .WHAT A DIALI 3 BR. 2 BA. Nke kryotrt. Ie ad
F $ 1 ERAFAULKNEN I Our Brand Opening Special i 'Young'sSince'1957 patio end but daub car ...._ Many .*Mtf

SENSATtONAtl BeevMfvl. 3 BR, 2 BA. lot berdjK on.t.ek.d
: 1st Month:-1/2.off _. Saturday March !. pond. Malnt. nanca free exterior.Jwit .

6x12 12118.lnqulre" j '10 AM.- 3 P.M. 964-6918 a little Buy a LOT Tkeee let* start at UpOO.wttb .
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REALTY; ", i '727 w. C pr... $t.. 3 MBes. norm ef owner financing. Near K.,._. .

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'964565r DIRECTIONS Hwy 100 Woof (Madison Street) t* U.S. 301 South

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February 47 patients' : were Eleven calls were to trauma pa-
transported In the 40 calls) requiring tlents resulting from automobile ac-
I: ,.. transporting. 23 of the calls required cidents and one\ call was to a patient,
:\ %Jr'r"' rd .1 i na transporting, according to,Rescue in an emotional crisis. .
f p n Supervisor Cliff Chapman. '.t''l a- One call was obstetric related and
t'I 24 of the calls were transported to 24 calls were Wness related.
I : Bradford Hospital with 21 calls being One call was a suicide attempt and
; : transported to other hospitals. ate call was for an overdosa:
One call for back-up unit was to Two calls were to gun shot wound I,
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Nadine Green bottle Wilkison, HEATING BILLS!
BUS Art Student Winner BUS Art Student Winner


} BHS students show their works 'P'':"' ..:,::!J.
at arts exhibition It's the Golden! TCarrier's -

i Two Bradford High School art palm tree growing out of a chest of students, Stan Hamilton and Jay rainy day viewing the art exhibit and home heat most efficient -.
students Nadine Green and Dottie drawers developed when the tsRodgel'll. to the State Fair in Tampa enjoying the other entertainment at pump ever. lrL"'Id.
f, Wilkison have had paintings selected students were encouraged to think of where they spent a the fair. ,O Cools In umm.r just like a, '
for display at the Florida State Fair, an Idea that incorporated two or more high-efficiency air conditioner.SEER
Youth Fine Arts Exhibition. together.things that don't normally belong ratings ol 9 or higher 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIr II I I F JIImmmll[
According to the Department of for most sizesi Replace old air
Education's State Art Consultant, Nadine the daughter of Mr. and conditioning and save!

Neil been Mooney.recognized Dottie as two and of Nadine"Florida's have are Mrs.Mr.Tim and Green Mrs.and Charlie Dottie's Wilkison.parents Geophysical company Seismograph Service 9 Heats economically i In winter. t1fll1 Iillllllllllll{ (((lmm( 1
Dottie Is Produces over 2'h times
a junior and is as
outstanding high school students for enrolled in currently 'of Tulsa Okla. is much heat watt as electric ( ('
their visual arts achievements."Thisis American history Corporation.. planning resistance heaters per when the' HlllllllllilllIJ I ""nmlllll !l
geometry ,
the first time that BHS has had English art III, Indepen 1 .
state winners in the field of art and in- senior dent art, and bookkeeping. Nadine's an oil and gas survey In Bradford' Coun temperature's freezing, !
structor Bobbie Sue O'Brian is classes include math analysis O Can work with '
very your existing
It. optimistic about the future. and English computer, physics science.Spanish II, art IV ty. This survey will' employ the vibrosissystem forced-air furnace lor even .. .-

J The artworks selected were These two girls were invited to a '
r "shaped-canvas" paintings. In other reception honoring them and the, of collecting data. It will, .be ,performed

,subject words Mrs.seems O'Brian to protrude explained from the the will other also state be winners honored on at banquet Jan. 29 and at, on ,County \Road C-238 and SR I Wail! ,to Start Saving, Call: Today

normal rectangular picture plane. the Youth Art Symposium on May 15.
1" The surrealistic subjects Dottie's ice Mrs. O'Brian took Nadine and Dot- 121. for I'a free estimate .0"how
i> cream come with wings and Nadine's tie along with two other BHS art much you

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cora A. marsnourn unerai services wui oe neid !ri- be surface. work performed HAYES ELECTRIC' &
Mrs. Cora Alderman Marshburn day March S, at 11 a.m. at Madison .
91, of Keystone Heights died Wednesday Street Baptist Church with Rev. during' March 1983., >
morning Feb. 23 in Alachua Robert Gillis officiating. Burial will AIR CONDITIONING
General Hospital following a long 11- be in Jacksonville Memory Garden in
Iness. Orange Park under the direction of
Born in Mrs. Marshburn Archie Tanner Funeral Home of i 355 M. TempI Avn.v.. Ktarlre flR4-n44
was .
Starke. I .. '" .' ... .
the widow of the late Or E. R. Mar. 1

shburn and a member of the First '" <
William "
I Baptist Church of Keystone Heights. Rigging
Mrs. Marshburn retired after 20 William James Biggins. 64, of Raymond'stes: of Waldo and Harvey ;,r
years as an auditing clerk from the ;Starke died Friday,.Febvlfr at the, Eates, of Jacksonville; two daughter;. .
..,;.. State of Florida Comptroller's office Veterans Administration' Hospital in Mrs. Joyce Waters of Orlando,'and _. Terwiilggar:
and taught private piano lessons for Gainesville following a brief illness. Mrs. Evelyn' Schwenn of Jacksonville *
over 15 years.Survivors Born and raised in Blackshear Ga. ; 18 grandchildren and 31 great
include three daughters, i Mr. Riggins was a veteran of worldWar grandchildren. Motors "
( Miss Louise Marshburn of Jacksonville II and was of the Baptist faith. Funeral services were held at 11 .
a Ii Mrs. Bette Miller of Houston J Mr. Rigging was employed by the am Monday Feb. 28 at the Chapel of
Texas, and Mrs. Mona Weimer of :George Doro Cabinet Co. of Jacksonville Archie Tanner Funeral Home, of -
Keystone Heights; two sisters Mrs. until his retirement.He moved to Starke with Father Fred Yerkes ot-t We Have The Used CarYou've
Mona Canova of Starke and Mrs. Waldo from Jacksonville 12 years ficlating Burial was in Greenlawn
; Blanche Otto of Seminole; one ago.Survivors Cemetery in Jacksonville with Archie*
brother G. Carl Alderman of Include his wife Mrs. Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in,'
1 Baltimore, Maryland; 16 grandchildren Minnie RJggins of Waldo: two sons charge of arrangements. Dreamed of Owning r
I and 24 great grandchildren. L .. ., ,
Funeral services were held at 10:30:

a Baptist,m., Saturday Church,of Feb.Keystone 26, in the Heights First TheMeat 1982 ,Audi 1 i'QT 1982 Pontiac

-e with Rev. Charles VanZant pastor
officiating. Burial was in Dekle
Cemetery Lake Butler with Jones Store Coupe .. Bonnevilte
Funeral Home of Keystone Heights In '
charge of arrangements.Carl '' '
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Hodge. Jr. OPEN 105 Edwards Road 11,495.00; t- 86950.0

Carl Hodge,Jr.. ,49,of Brooker died 8:30-7 Mon.-Sat.
,r Friday Feb. 25, in Bradford Hospital Food Stamps Welcomed
following an extended illness. QLW Starke 964-8290 1979 Lincoln :: $ $739
Born in
Hodge was Bradford a lifelong County resident Mr.of Quality Rights Reserved I I Town Car,'4 Dr.. Loaded. . .. .'. _. .',1.'. 'h> .

Brooker was a salesman for Knapp
Shoes, and was a member of the
Church of God of Prophecy. 1976 T-Bird Landau $4495

Harlon Survivors Hodge include of Palatka two and brothers Irving USDA Choice Heavy Western' Beef .., *. **,,.,, .,: . ...... .r

Hodge of Brooker; one sister Blanche Sirloin Steak $ 68

Taylor of Lawtey and several . .,. ..... . ...,. .. 1982F100 1981 Volvo'' 1981 Ford' ,
nieces and nephews. $ 88
Funeral services held T-Bone Steak
1:30 Feb.were 27.' In Sundayat Archer .,. . >. + .., .Ib. i .
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Funeral Home Chapel with{ Rev. G.C. Beef Short Ribs. : $ 3 9 .Explorer Turbo1: GLT F350( Chassis

Fogarty and Rev. W.W. Weldon of- . : : .: : . .Ib;
ficiating. Burial was in Dedan .. .* $
Cemetery in Brooker with Archer Skinned & Develned .. 7995: : 2,495 :' 'w/FlatBed$67',9.5'
Funeral Home of Lake Butler In Beef Liver .t l

charge of arrangements. 1' ... -r :; ..I.,, ., <. .'. . ..Ib.79GBacon _
Card Thanks Wrapped t 1981 Blazer 1980' PontiacBonnevilte '

many to The express friends Leon their Wilkerson and appreciation neighbors family who wishes to were the Filets I t . . . ... ...'.,'.,.,'.A.\, ; ,. ,;".'1..511..a.:,.. .'J 9ge.,. ,Siiverado( .((4x4)) Brougham. I :

so helpful in our time of need. A Heavy Western Lean Pork '
,f special thanks to the nurses from the .,'" .'' "", 89954Oo$7295
UpJohn Co: and from the Bradford Country 'Ji':0"., .: ,. \'

I"' County David Health Lee Department.Simpson Spare Ribs,,.. .., {;. .,, .n .:,.''.' ,r..;t ::',' ,. ... *1.29 t r: ,IN .STOCK

David Lee Simpson 17, of Starke Market '.,,, 00: "...,"" '1,::1:" :.. i
swu: '
Tuesday March his home {"
1, at Back '; $ "
Born and raised in Jacksonville ne.s. 1." '; ;n' ; .lb. 1.39.

';I, where before be moving attended to Starke Paxon in High 1978 School he attended Perk Feet, Tails,; Ears '. (J-,"' ':. .L ,:fianger'S'

r Bradford High School where Hog Maws. . ,. "\'II-Niw..; i1/i ,J/,. 49" fi .
he was in the High School Band. Mr. .of.( .. ".." 1 ..\;{ [+ ,. . -
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, Simpson was of the Baptist faith.Survivors Premium, ; .
1 include his parents. Mr. 1.,1! .... ;. ;,'J Ii'n..t,!, ,$5995, I '
and Mrs.,Donald Simpson of Starke; Fryers. ,,.' .'H' ty' ,r !'.re")f'i' ; i lmlJy,. esok tb.; 49cLoin ',, : .t,,
one sister Miss Bianca Simpson,also End or Had' End! +{ 1Jdl't :" ; .
.f of' Starke; maternal grandparents \\\I" : ,.' ':'. < > .\
! Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cunningham' .Pork. Cbeps.-. . .h.I. ,. ..,. .,. ... .ib $1 .09 "
Max ville; and paternal grandparents CWcktn; ,- 11.9. % :FinancingTERWILLEGAR i
Mr. and, Mrs. Harvey Simpson of 1 ..
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