Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04304
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04304
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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;:. An average rainfall of 3.5 Inches 'In a 17-hour perioj.: from midnightitduy' >]t. 1.' "t;:w .<' \ o
to late Monday afternoon left Bradford County saturated, delaying preparation : 7ii>"!1 i'' '. I
.1, of ground for spring: planting and slowing down the bumper crop of Inside. ;./:1\f: .\; ,.. 'I riifl I
bloom and you in the strawberry fields. I .', 'J" '" 'It' e
A 20 percent once of more rain wasforecastrOlTtoday (Thursday), with SECTION AI >:.. : 'I > j..'t"J i !I p \
fair, dry and much cooler weather predicted for Friday and Saturday. Sun N'f.,:\ .t ,,::1lC at I l ldayis Ii
outlook Is fair and warmer. sduoriel.. .. . .. .. ; f. /.,. s'';. I t
County Agent Bob Taylor said there would. be some rot damage to the root "' ...P; 'if t'< ,'
system of berry on low-Iylng.acNage. but prutucted plenty of ripe Iporto. . . ./.,.." ..12 ;a I
fruit for the Manta of the county fair It will be two weeks before L..I.. . .. . . . .il..... ,. .
heavy picking begins, Taylor said. Spring planting of other crops will be .. 1.! '" "'! .
delayed until the ground dries out enough to be worked. SECTION it > ''inObltuarlm i t t .

I, rded2.93 inches of the two4ay period; New River fire . . . : '' ,
tower had .a. The Sweetest Strawberries This Side
4.2 i Inches; Highland tows,3 Inches and Santa Fe tower 2.5. Cl..lfl.l d>.r. S,.' of Heaven
} Heaviest rain lightning, and wind eame.1n the early morning hours from 3 New lrt.4.. . . . ./... i 'Nth Year 8TARKK.KLUKIDA 2S Cents Copy
and 5:30: a.m. 32nd Issue Thursday March Ie, 1881 VSPS..Z,7A nBradford
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r' t &1UI.a. Sheriff Optimistic i

: 1 About Jail Suit,

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IfYr Cites Improvements

"I think Bradford County Is on safe ground... In a very defensible
position," Sheriff Dolph Reddish told the County Commission about a state
m Yr v .. promised law suit over fire safety at the county iail.
Attorney Dudley Hardy Just grinned and chuckled when Sheriff Reddish' -
looked to the county lawyer for support on that statement. Hardy didn't
,' seem too sure the state won't enter suit as the commission and sheriff and he...
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+ discussed the possibility of a law suit at the Monday March 7, county commission -. c
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4 1' No word of a suit had reached Sheriff Reddish as late as noon Wednesday.

"I'm more optimistic the longer we go without being served" Reddish says.A .
i Ir Department of Corrections Inspector last week expressed dissatisfaction -
kr with the state of the county jail, said County Clerk Gib Brown. The inspector -
Mild the county hasn't made half improvements ordered by DOC.
"Nothing was right" according to the inspector. Brown told the county
: commissioners.But .
lawsuits against the Bradford, Columbia and Osceola jails were
; reportedly placed on the back burner until the Inspection reports were filed.
: .''Well, look here, we went 20 years without a fire. escape. Now we've got
one and they (the state) want to really get tough,,said Commissioner Maxie
Carter Jr. '
But Sheriff'Reddish repeatedly stressed how far the county has come well
over half way in correcting the problems cited by the inspectors. A second-
X ti rts ,floor outside door and fire escape was installed, and the Jail is being paintedthis
week. Plus much work has been done by the prison system, such as the
fire escape and painting, with the county paying only for material. .
The county's deliberate haste, despite the pressure from the state. has.
saved many dollars Sheriff Reddish told the commission. ,
"They've (the Inmates) saved this county a bundle of money"'the sheritfsaid.
.. Next big life-threatening item is a fire alarm system. A $3,450 bid from a;
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\ firm which installed fire alarm systems in the Putnam and St..John County
1 jails was accepted by the county commission after Sheriff Reddish checked
Hlgti Regional Science Fair Participants.,. the firm out with those two counties and got an unqualified favorable report.;
Standing (left to right are Lori Clark. Mike Christmas. Bernie Akridge Tim Gonzales Julee Wise and Greg'Clark also participated.In the fair but The fire alarm system is expected to be installed this week.
I and Roger DobtM. Sitting (left to right) are,Raymond White, Shane Johnson, were not available at the time the pie tire, was taken. Only remaining Items to be completed are changing a few doors to open
and Irving /Mere. Mike Juice Bernie and Lerte | 0 to the slate competition! and Shane the opposite way. For instance; the sheriff said, the front door should open
will! serve as an alternate, ," ;,"A Will/ outward instead of inward according to inspectors from the Department of
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.. ." .. Nov. 30 deadline was first set to have the jail problems completed, then:

J I. ; i"'f l! UQ' : ."...",.. ,- ''' 'j l' .i."t.: ... iiLtl ;'; .::/ ( ,,, .'the i Bradford's deadline was jail extended Improvements until Dec.are being 31. financed. with a. 13.480 federal. 1

G ...'.'1... ..:fi1II.. ...a.l- .U.av.\ : .. n. '5' 6"", .1e.J..J grant through,Uie Florida Department of Law orcemenUSherift Reddish ;.<
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Five of the ten BHS"Students';who participated 'in>the Suwannee 'Lori entered her project, timed Mathematical ability; Does It develope already spent.
Regional Science Fair that was held at Lake City Community College Marc with age? Males verses,:",males,1' In the BSS category Expenses so far are:
3-4 will" be going to' the state competition at Broward Community College'' Lori used CTBS scores to determine if males had greater mathematical, Fire escape from the second floor plus some minor repairs 3000.
April '13-18.. abilities higher grades / \ Electrical work by Hayes Construction Co., $800.
Bernie'Akridge' Mike- Christmas Lori Clark, Shane Johnson and Julee. Shane entered the Botany division and was named alternate to the state Fire alarm system 3480.
Wise will all be representing* BUS at the State Science raft science: fair. He also received the Marine Technological Certificate. a U.S. Improved lighting on the second floor $683.
Bernie entered a project In the Behavorial and Social Science (BSS) Marine Corps Certificate and an Army Award Certificate. Painting the Jail 2000.
category that was designed to determine\ If time limits that are.placed on Shane's project concerned using kelp (a type.of seaweed) to produce a new Sheriff Reddish maintains the 30 year old Bradford Jail is in better shape'
tests produce stress. form of energy. right now than the jails In many counties."I .
He gave timed tests concerning Information the students were familiar Shane cultivated the seaweed and then put it in a boiler to cook it. Next, he still maintain until proven different, and somebody may do it, that
with to several classes. However,Be only informed the students that one test mixed it with a blend of acids (areaboie acid) and put it in a digester to cook Bradford County has one of the best Jails in the State of Florida, the sheriff I I.
was timed and then he compared the results. ,it again. This process produces methane gas which' may be harnessed in the told the county commissioners. "I m not saying we're being picked on, !/!
future and put tQ work as an energy source. \ but..." '
Mike also entered the BSS category and in addition to receiving a superior Julee Wise entered the BSS division and received a Navy Science Award. Privately, local officials think DOC Director Louie Lee Wainwright cannot
rating and going to state he was named as the first alternate to the international Julee tried to find out whether the snort-term memory for linguistics and crack down on jail conditions In other counties until he can point to his home
Science and Engineering Fair that will be held in Albuquerque, N.M. spatial:' skills ia pn the same side of,the brain as the skill itself. county jail as an example.
in May. He!also received, the Navy Science Award.ant)the U.S. Marine CorpsCertificate. It makes a big difference who the inspector\ as to what impression Is
Other BHS students who participated in the fair were: given of the jail Sheriff Reddish told the commissioners. That's why the
Mike's project was titled 'Is there a correlation between learning style'as sheriff said he and Clerk Brown accompanied inspectors through the jail
., determined by hemisperical specialization academic performance with Greg Clark: who entered his project under the Botany division. Irving. last week. ,
,music playing In the background.1/ Meres who entered,the Earth and Space division.' Sheriff Reddish doesn't think the jail is that bad, and want the Depart-
Mike tented people over material familiar to them both with music playingand Raymond White who entered the Engineering division and received the ment of Corrections to get the right picture.
without music playing. He used statistics! analysis to see If the tests 'Junior Technological Society's Distinguished Service Certificate. Roger
showed any significant difference between the two scores. Dobbs. entered the Environmental division. (See Jail.... PJA)
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traded I Roads Rough, [

Bui Not Impassable F

Despite over three inches of rain Monday there was no impassable roadin
the county Tuesday morning, says Road Foreman J.B. Crawford.
There are quite a few washouts but the county's 350 miles of dirt roads
are not really!: in all that bad a shape;Crawford says despite the large
amount of water that fell.. '. /
: .A Probably the worst spot was west of US-301- iii the Bayless Highway t
area because all the water goes that way Phi, there! were some complaint -
from the Lawtey area. ," '
County road workers were busy Tuesday taking care of the washouts.
Once the roads are passable the road grading will be put back on Its,

schedule.: Crawford says., ,, . .
r rear Department of Forestry reported 3.4 inches of rain from 8
'a.m. Sunday to 8 a.m. Monday plus another 8/lOths of an Inch from 8 a.m. I
Monday until 8 a.m. Tuesday at the New River fire tower on SR-100 west
of Starke.' The Santa Fe fire tower on US-301 at Hampton Lake reported
2.5 Inches for the two-days., ? .
I .The 4-county area of Alacawa, 1IMcIl ; ,recorded an average of ... (aehw of rain Sunday and Monday. ..
Drainage of water westward baa the Santa Fe River at Rood stage. TheSuwannee
River is *lao expected to> reach' flood stage: From Starke r
Alligator Creek feeds into Rowell Lake; which fee* into Crosby Lake
which feeds Into Sampson Lake, which feeds. into the Santa Fver' a
tributary of the Suwannee River.;:

Easy Shoveling..,
Seminole Ridge Forgotten... .. '
'The commission's lack attention\ to the Seminole Ridge area in thef The fhovl painted (old and the ground already softened by a machine, Bessent,' Hummock Iff Ruekmaa, Mayor Vernon Sllcox; City Commissioner
Charles Schaefcr, Bond Trustee Jean Chitty, Utility Director Merrill Deet.'
Meirose out by residents sent city officials through the act of breaking ground for a $521,000 sewer
of the near was
.>; southeast corner and Jota Hileman county who said the area ha been forgotten by theCwmmWoners 'plant Improvement In good iplrlti. It's a dream realized after eight years Sewer Plant Operator Fred Magyar, and Henry Bradford vice-president of
Ted House ,
of Inc.. the contractor for the project.
Doing the "back breaking" work are ,coyttty pointed out'the('row'the! two referral. to has saver been"'
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maintenance by the tinny. Though were not s*'-& '
"accepted for tare ,
; ". dar. back then two residents refused to spas to turn tile i'0IIdto tho City' \to': Increase : gfi .i icy of ewer riantGround : >: I
x -. : ,county.;Now,roads.must be paved before the county will accent ffiem for : .
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emergwcy medical protection. Commissioner E.W.BMga' *IJteMI. but Improve efficiency af the Starke sewertjiB treatment planu ,
potntttottt that Atachua and Clay Counties have mach braider t fruc. .Work has already begun by the contractor.JWMe dor .Inc,of JacksonVille The project guesback' 1975 when engineer Don Ruckmn"01 the firm ofBessent i
\.'' 'f Kir. than Bradford County.Alachua County funds the Molreeet' intPi'r1firemen even before a host of city commissioners.; and bond trustee Jean Chitty Hammock and Ruckman of Jacksonville started writing projects l
and rescue services anti Clay fandB, the Keystone Haighw. ". fwieWed fleM painted( hovel*. J.W. Mewtafts, tec has a year to complete the to secure federal funds to improve the Starke sewer system. About$I million';'
'volunteer firemen and rescue! services House pointed c' t., .Vice-President Henry Bradford said Tuesday the company hope' to. has been spent with EPA participating over the past eight years Rucknun
.. fife pretty irritating to pay the amount of taxes we pay and not oven be lob i In seven month*. ? > said Tuesday excluding the airport property which the c '' 'recttmtead.1'' .Home aid Comnuseioneir uttdn't argue Just said Bradford.' In the project the dfaMster of solids at the treatment fill be; switched from Its sewer plant effluent now., .
;:.i";". ,County vohmtoer firemen and reeatt services would respond but would anaerobic which prottae*their own OXMMQ, aerobic bacteria Which must EPA once the city to pump effluent onto the ground,Instead of
take a ,long time to get to leRidg : : ,have oxygen/ from an outside source to.__tit...The aerobic bacteria digest into A\lI\ Creek as .Is being done now. But with the Reagan Administration .
r Hileman se4 that me 4W road In Seminole RSdge be'.pteie on the'trsatd ,solids much faster and will speed up tine Imatment of sewerage.: .. e,; less authority tot the EPA regional In Atlanta to set Standard re t
; : : ( The project will *lo add clarlficaUoav iehnea1. the plant' ability to: (}1ltemenl1l. Such decisions wero made In Washington D.C. and the data.
colati iss4osMtystiNitldlra Career who than tokI!HAst"iitowstywe're aeparata..idefrol. MwUltelMMwMV. .. '"+ SPA had, relied' on.was questioned.\., ., .,. ? .
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ed Twenty-four of about 833 students, or 2.9 percent of i stu'li; body earn- :
straight-A's at Bradford Middle School for the third six weeks grading i
period which ended Jan. 33.: ,', r

Straight-A students are: aJ 1 I
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Eighth Grade: ?' J" I Ii
Deena Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy'Cox of. Brooker ,, 7 ye,' vti? i

Suzanne Dyal daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Dyal of Brooker. i
Sherrl Harrell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Harrell of Brooker, I
Wendy Hsieh daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke. !
Lisa Rix, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Alvin
of Starke.
Stacey Shuford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Shuford of Lawtey. r rI
Ann Starling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Starling of rI
Tammy Thomason, daughter of Mr. I rf
Brooker. and Mrs. Richard Thomason of + M rI f I 4 4Mt

Seventh Grade: 4w I

Robert Boone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Les Boone of Starke. M4e
Jason Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. I
Jennifer Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. I
Jody Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke.
Penny Hsieh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke
Ricky Kimulia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kimutis of Starke.
Esther Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin of Starke.
Lisa Tierney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tierney, of Starke.
Chad Thornton, son of Mr.'and Mrs. Larry Thornton of Starke.
David Thorpe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke.
Joy Vellenga,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Vellenga of Brooker.

Sixth Grade:

Shawna Blom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Epps.: I
Yvonn Bobo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. p ,' ; I
Audra < +
daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
BranUey of Starke.
= Julie (
Ferguson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson of Starke. 4
I Renee Hewett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hewett of Starke.
: Holly Shields, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Warren Akk .1
Stephenson of Starke
= Bill Shields of Nashvile, Tenn.

Ml. Sheila Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Stewart of Starke. BMS Intellectuals... ,

: _. Stralght-A's. at
L.L Middle School for Penny
the Hatch
U' ", .gm ra e: IStepl1en Akridge,KrlsU Alday, Tasher Allen First Row (H.teclU.a third six-weeks are S -Annette Balkcom, David Jody Baldwin. Tlamay, Sheila Stewart Julie Ferguson,Yvonne Back Row- David Tborpe Stacey SJtuford, Shawn
Barnes. Stacey Bowen, Joel Brewer Donald Holly SJtellds and Renee Hewett. Esther Blom, Joy Val ,
: Brooks, Ronald Brown, Matt Second Autlt'a Brantley. Ann Starling. U.. WonBobo.
Bryant Row-Chad RlJI Suzanne
Shilynn Chaff, Pam Clark Thornton."ason Dyal -
s Coburn Robert Cowart Vicki Crockrell, Charles Brown, .1ooy.Brown. Jennifer Brown. dy H.ieh and D_ CoJl. {
-. Stephanie Cubbedge, Amy Dowl-
j"g., Chris Farmer,
Angela Ford, Kim Gowens
Green, Bill Hamilton Green, Bradford ,Soil
FJones, Jefferson Roger Hughes,Kelley Jackson, Joyce Johnson, Steve Survey '
Tammy Lynn Ronda Manning, Mar- "
: chant Cindy
Marchant, Melissa May, Robbie McRae, Angela Montgomery, Workshop ,March -
.Tammy Moody, Phillip 14;
3: 'Parado, Tammy Peeples,Moore Eugene, Kenneth Norman, Kim Norman, Cindy 'J ,, ,.., THE BRADFORD a raw .ot.en t w 11fla tnIS
= Shaun Schmidt, Stacey Logan Ricks. Stephanie Sams, The Bradford) Soil and Water Conservation COUNTY TELEGRAPH r .
Shuford, Iris Smith C.n) '
Maxine Speel4d ivtth
: Starling Vyunda District will "
: Strong, Melissa Sullivan sponsor a Soil Published -J i
Z Ruth Underwood. Brian, Cynthia Taylor, Maria Thomas, Kim Thompson, ,Survey Workshop in the conference every Thursday '.20 % on AH '
Whitehead, Justin Williams it 135 W. Cal I
i Stephanie Williamson Tommy Williams, room of the Bradford Agriculture Street Debra Norman
: Pam Willingham,Sheryl Wimberly and Leslie Wood. Center at 8 p,m. Monday, March 14. Starke, Florida 32091 Services with coupon; .df" I

S A-B honor roll students are: A comprehensive soil survey is a Second Class thru March 25 '
detailed field Inventory of a county'. postage paid ilStarki I

S-ss Sixth Grade: Rachael .Allen, soil resources, obtained by ,,tna!'', FloridaSubscription Looking Glass {
Tangalia Bass "
Michele /pi
:Crawford, Coretha Daniels, Chris Durban. Bronson, Kevin numerable field borings and charted I

:s;: Hildebran Allah Gruen, Karen, Carlo Hodges Haley, Idella Hall Klein, Margie Michelle Hall,Garcia Christi,Stanley Harrell,Griffis Kirby, have maps. Twenty-nine already, completed Florida counties their;, in.trade area: $10.00 Bates per; year a r Styling: Center fa\ ll1 "

Sandra Norman, Patricia Para, Peggy, Tracey Lugin, Donna McKelvy, ,surveys, !and }2'others are ,in. pro $5.50 six months -
Petteway, Allen Porter, Melinda g Je.s-
j Powell Saturday
= Elizabeth Rowell,Suzanne Sapp Karen All6interested Outside Tuesday thru s
Schafer trade )
f Simmons, Barbara Smith ,Carrie Shaw Chris landowners and area: $11.00 per year -II
Noy Srivibul
Renee ,
Thomas, Pamela Thornton SWCD members $8.00 six -
and Dawn Woolvln. workshop. are Invited to attend. months ..mwlsla.atas.. a.-

Seventh Grade Cassie Autry, Erika Banks
Michael Barber, Victoria
Butler, Dale Cassels, Deborah Cowart, Tracie Crews, Todd Gillenwaters
Sondra ,
Tommy Jones
Kennedy, Sherry Matt
tox Dodie -
McRae, Lisa
Mosely, Gene
Murphy, Delia
.. O'Steen, Eric Packham, Chris Powell, Chad Oglesby, Stephanie I
Reddish, Lora Sapp
Starling, Sabrina
ii Starling,
Michael Stilwell, Richard ,
'1' Taylor, Robert,.Thorpe, Angela Widener and Pam Zurfluh.Taylor" 'Rosalyn sa n.
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Jail- (From Page ]A-

Jail Annex Discussed.,. w

A Jail annex for low
the sheriff and commissioners.type prisoners was also discussed Monday by I

OK Sheriff for only Reddish: a year does or two not,until favor the building a new jail, he stressed. It'would be 1 1I I
"Then, wed be right back in the revised the safety rules once again.

county A low can cost get annex by with, 1100,000 only 01',1818 same if prison ballgame labor we're can in be now.secured" and, the r "
says. material, is the answer, the sheriff tom ,

county's Such a jail new needs building for many on the years.site of Reddish the present Jail would take care: of the :
A low says.
security type Jail would be %
carcerated In the county jail, such for the majority of those In
tle influence, the sheriff says.Roads as pel'lOnslerving time for driving under p ii.

(From Page IA) rt w.h

finish (paving) Speedville Road." ,

House replied the Speedville Road being is .,
Seminole Ridge residents. paved a thorn In the side of '
Buy this Isola'and, chair
Stuck in the Middle of the Road... 5 1 ,, Thick knife-edged cushions. you normally pay for just a, sofa! a
.. deep backs': ,
Northwest 25th Circle resident Lee Rowan told .. plump! roll-over arms... with all the 1! :
commissioners he restful |
stuck right in the middle of the dirt road which got support of foam. Note( the smart ,
runs down beside faliortnU.Wlth. +
side of the the south the box
Bradford Furniture factory. beautiful pleating:and,thl
.Welting In color !.
With the rain falling contrasting to the
steadily outside the fabric. This
courthouse sofa
dealt with Rowan window, commissioners chair Is a super isI
getting stuck and barely managed to control his temper over I bargain at this 'low price!
having to call
to get him out. '
road asked Residents of the -
previously that the narrow road be fixed, but : I ; t0
apparently the
county has not
gotten the entire Job done. Loose Pillow Back
Ditches of the road have been ...,. ,.
dug out, but not -'-
very deeply, said Com- ,', -. ,
E.W. Hodges, who ot! ..
now heads up the Road Department ... .t1
missioner Com ,.. ,
Carter said he I. {:i.ii1,
requested last
the Road Dept, that limerock be year, when he was in charge of c "' '"
placed on the bad /
added it i
was apparently .
never done. '
Hodges said there Is
Chairman Lawrence Mosley not Umerock In stock now. Jt ., 'j
promised the
the commission would look
road at
Monday afternoon
and would have the
as the road dries off enough. spots filled in as soon ', '


Sewer Treatment
(From Page IA)

End result was that Starke will be allowed
effluent into Alligator Creek, which is the to continue to pump sewer plant
should be done all along, if the treatment way engineer Ruckman figured It
system Is
Remaining problem is the
ground water
sewer system, lessening continues to leak Into the
efficiency of
$330,000 to do that,Ruckman estimates the treatment plant. It will cost
,with almost no chance of EPA help bii' 'I'

Lunch MenuA ,,'\ .

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Bradford County Middle School Waaawaay.Mar.UtCMdtaa*. Me,..... Sofa arid Chair /
and all elementary schools |ia.n.......,......_.hM rolla, ..... Mlx. I :"
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& 1 State Funds Sought: to Remove: Asbestos from Schools ; ; ..1 ty/r, :*," ,. 1 I

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1 No word had been received'Wednesday ,meeting last March asbestos throats .
Thursday night, with a material containing a slight be removed from to brualrimg difficulties.
: about the Bradford School Board 3. because the deadline to apply for amount of asbestos classrooms because of health risks. Asbestos also] is a cancer-causing .
"i request for some $100,000 in state asbestos-cleanup aid had been miss No classrooms, except at the vo- The state will pay up to $3 per agent and Is on the federal Environmental ..
funds to remove building material ed.Of tech center, were affected, Casey square foot to remove asbestos but Protection Agency's list
containing cancer-causing asbestos. 33 samples taken from all county aid. counties must bear their own of the nation's 129 worst pollutants
, Supt. Tom Casey hand-delivered schools, 28 proved to contain at least Many of the findings were on the insulation-replacement costs.
the school district's request to the one percent asbestos. Supt. Casey corner plumbing pipes. Some of the Fibrous asbestos was used for Now that Bradford hchool board
.I State Department of Education last, said. Over 10,000 square feet of pipes are no longer in use thus the decades In school buildings. It was members have voted to clean up the
,: Friday to meet a deadline. The State material will have to be removed. material can be removed with no on ceilings to insulate school of asbestos, they must adver- 5
Cabinet was supposed to take the Work will begin the week after schoolis restoration called for. sprayed from weather and noise, tise for after-the-fact bids to do the ac-
matter up at its meeting this week out, Casey told the school board. Bradford is one of more than a and used to insulate pipes. tual work, according to school board
but Supt. Casey said Wednesday he. dozen counties to ask for grants this Researchers now know that business manager' Mike Reddish.
had not been informed of any deci Areas most affected are the month. asbestos deteriorates, shedding tiny The state waived its requirementthat
sion.Bradford auditorium at Bradford High and the ,Money for cleanups was earmarked particles Into the air, as it ages. When counties have firm bit's' in hand
, school board members classrooms at the vo-tech center In by the Legislature inhaled, these particles can cause a for Bradford school officials because J
.: okayed the request at an nth-hour+ which concrete ceilings were painted' after federal lawmakers ordered thatlion variety of complaints from sore the program is about to expire,

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\9 I Lawtey sews' by phone EIIZabetnTerry 7x2.3300e -
' _.... .._ Mrs. proaching marriage of their
Ou r AftVVS Dft..looft v 1 m M eel 1 ng Win a gin Personals Starling was honored witha PRESBYTERIAN LUNCH lUNCH
Church Activities March; 21 Our speaker will be: Mrs. Winifred Martin of South birthday party by her parents, Mr. daughter.Tammy to Jim McCarley of For Senior Citizen.
I First Baptist Church had their Brother Ray Lindsey of Tampa. Daytona,Mr.and Mrs.Wm Wolfe and' and Mrs. Charles Starling and family Jacksonville on March 12, 1983 at 7 12 NoonFellowship
usual Birthday supper. on Sunday Grace United Methodist Church did Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wolfe of Cape on Saturday night. The guests were p.m. in the West Side Nazarine Moll
! night Feb. 27. real good on their Yard and Bake Sale Coral, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford her husband, Pete Starling and Church in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
; First Baptist Church of Lawtey will on Saturday.Grace and Nancy Mr. and Mrs Danny children Greg Sherrl and Oaric and SATURDAY. Mar. H
J be starting their Bus Ministry on Sun United Methodist Church is Shuford and son of Bradon, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jerl Starling and Amy. J.C. Tye spent last weekend AZALEA SAll
1 busses; 13.with will be planning for a Family Night Cheri Morgan and daughter Shauna They served a steak supper and birth- with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Stork. Woman'. Club
I to start and will be happy March 20 at 8 p.m.Plan now to Super came to help their mother Mrs. day cake. and Mrs, Tom Talley and family of Starting M I A.M.
to have you come to Sunday School for the evening of fellowship and Hester Hicks celebrate her birthdayon Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Jr announce Jacksonville and helped them move 300 A.it. Varieties. .
; I and remain for church. ong. Friday. the engagement and ap- in their home.

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( I Bradford Middle School News, STARK 7:00 COUNCIL P.M. ::1
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Artist of the Week Tangela Pitt- visitation, while talking to students strategies are exemplary. School. Our thanks to Mrs. Mary Mc. manicure nails and give facicials to
i man did a painting of dancer using who volunteered to talk with me, in Signed: Wilma B. Gillespie, Ph.D., Cloud occupational specialist and BMS students.
: shades of two colors. discussions with the school principaland Department of Education.The her student tour guides for giving us
Report cards home March IS. the county director of vocational above is an excerpt from a letter this most enjoyable opportunity.Mrs. Students in 6th period classes were FULL GOSPEL
During. the go review on education and as a result of general 'written to Mrs. Adele Mitchell Betty Stephens and her pleased to have Mrs; Naomi Herres COMMUNITY CENTER
I ,February 23, 1983 program I was pleased observations. I.was about findings from a audit conductedat cosmetology class provided a special present to a most interesting and Salvation Makes You A Member
with your organization of the you as a teacher who demonstrates Bradford Middle School. treat to the students In 4th period educational discussion and Sumliv SchMl" .. .. .... ... .... ... .10
dedication and conscientiousness to' Last students In Mrs. 'Mit- health classes. As we were com demonstration on how to care for the .
evidences and your' willingness to week Morrinf. WonNp.. .. .. .... .. 11
share with me your perspective of the school personnel caring to parents chell's Health Careers classes at BMS pleting a unit on grooming these skin properly. Lucky students to be Sunday WoM .. .. .130:
community's needs in relation to the and helping skills. Additionally your enjoyed a slide presentation and tour students found time in their busy recipients of the demonstration were TsaadayNght..7:30 Friday NOht..7:30L.atad
program. During the classroom. efforts in the use of values clarifica- of the Bradford-Union Vocatinal schedule to cut, style, shampoo, Lucille Hollis\ and Robert Starling. sort I* Brail** M M
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Storke Elementary School News FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD

Calendar of Events Fri..'March zi: Classroom Pictures SES. (Comprehensive Tests of BasiC Chapter I Reading class had Periodic drea Dommon Willie Hankerson Hwy 16 W.'& Weldon 964-6971
Tues.. March, IS: Report cards go Taken.' Skills). Evaluations this week. Nine students Ladierdra Melecio, Charmil Spooner, Pastor and
home. Fri.. Apr. 1-Frl., ,Apr. 8; Spring CLASSROOM NEWS. made 100 percent on their word test: Renwick Tyson and Oarrin Young. The George Watson Invite You
Frl., March 11: Teachers Planning Break. No school. CHAPTER 1 READING Ginny Congratulations to Robert Brown Three other students made 99 percent Congregation tq

Day. Mon..;April ll: CTBS begins at ,Raulston's class. Ms. Raulston's Quentin Corbett Melvin Davis Any Sidney on their Hall word and test Joe: Mario Gordon.Hankerson, Sunday Come Ie....and... .Worship.. ,...With... ..10 Us AM

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SERVICES 10:00 am Saturday H&RfBlo c&
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'date the child must be S years old on I I
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and the week alter Easter This yew you'ra fc4l with OVM 10O chana sin
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1 Proposed peat,mining by Georgia-Pacific said'yesterday that,the Corps could exercisetwo protecting( ,all. wetlands and other tributaries hursday) and forward cojnes$6'Ute Ndrth
Corporation In Santa Fe Swamp would haveto authorities over the proposed peat mining contributing to the Suwannee River" said Central Florida Regional Planning :Council
be done under stringent U.S.Army Cprpa of by Georgia-Pacific Corporation. It would Hood, who has stressed the importance of the and the Suwannee River Water Management
Engineers standards,whose jurisdiction over have Jurisdiction under see. 10 of the original, Santa Fe Swamp and Santa F. River to the District for review prior to ,public! hearings.!
( such wetlands was reaffirmed this week by a Rivers and Harbors Act, dealing with entire Suwannee basin The committee discarded the gi'ttinaoceprepared
"0. Army Corps: Corps spokesman tho Jacksonville district\ navigable waters, and also under the newer, The ACE had been deluged with letters by attorneys for the SantalF(1 Lake
office. Sec. 404 dealing with water quality standards, from slate officials and agencies asking it to Dwellers Assn., opponents of the proposed:
The Jacksonville office had previously Anderson said retain jurisdiction In issuing permits for peat mining, because I it called,for,.
Of' Engineers asserted its "discretionary authority" over Before the Atlanta regional office's decision wetlands mining. Gov. Bob Graham was tion" of the swamp rather;.,than
/ such wetlands, including those connectedwith area environmentalists had feared that among the letter writers, as was Victoria "reclamation"Committee members idthe
phosphate mining in Hamilton County, the Reagan administration's easing of permit: Tschlnkel. head of the State Departemnt of swamp could be reclaimed,(oft'other,uses
1 Asserts but under the relaxed environmental policiesof requirements for wetland mining operations Environmental Regulation. after tots but it would be impossible to
the Reagan administration Corps headquarters might threaten the Suwannee River by data from restore it present state.Several changeswere
I in Washington, D.C, announced last destroying wetlands feeding Into It.;The Santa Because of Gen. Gay's decision, be made In the ordinance, < submitted by
,:; Control Over Pea t summer that district offices could no longer Fe Swamp and Santa Fe River are important a completed impact statement will now can be Georgia-Pacific attorney Wader I Hopping,
::01a make such decisions, and passed the l issue up tributaries to the Suwannee. needed before any permit applications regional among them being to raise' thfI.1 per i acre
to the Atlanta regional office. Thus, the Helen Hood of Gainesville, president of the processed, according to the Ia flied with license fee for mining to a higher figure than
office. permit application
Permits Jacksonville district office's that suggested by Georgia-Pacific, The iGP
Mining authority over
Suwannee River Coalition, said the tougher District office, the "full
;; the Jacksonville
wetlands became somewhat clouded. draft also changed to clarify
ciiT will was peat as a
permitting the
regulations by will including
Corps provide public review process" begin,
it thelstate
The clarified last week specific of each mineral, making subject 1
matter was reviews permit on a case public hearings.
The ordinance 'Will..
.,II however, when Brig. Gen. F.T. Gay, head of by case basis, whereas without Gen. Gay's Drafted severance tax. .also
Ordinance Bradford would
OGLun the Regional Corps office in Atlanta, ruled decision there would have been no enforce- Mining specify that County Issueornot
'" that phosphate mining of wetlands in ment of weaker requirements. "We are County Zoning Director L.M. Gaines said Issue) its permit for mining after all other
... Hamilton County must meet ACE standards. delighted that the Corps of Engineers the committee appointed last January to permits had been issued. The GP ordinance
.ml asserted its discretionary authority becauseit work up a proposed mining ordinance for provided for the! county permit to be Issued/
Victor Anderson of the Jacksonville office .
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IIJ By Changing Times

9) At the end of the War Between the White House even if it means anothersix

j..r States, President Abraham Lincoln years of President Reagan. The

said, "As the world is new, we 'must Republican biggies, therefore are tell-
lot: think anew." ing him that their main hope of keepingthe

;1/1/ The time for thinking anew is now at Democrats out of the White Houseis
hand again. for Mr. Reagan to "stay the course"by
running again. If Reagan doesn'trun
InJ. Columnist James Reston is one of the they believe, the GOP might be
.iT few political observers who recognizes
split asunder by competition among its History RepeatsArtillery
that has reached another
our country
moderate candidates Vice President
turning point in its history. Bush and Senators Baker of Tennessee I firing' returned to Camp Blending last Saturday for the first time
since World War II.It brough back memories of pre-WWII days at standing ,
'f' At this particular time, Mr. Reston and Dole of Kansas or the when an artillery unit,commanded by Brig.Gen.Sumter Lowery Tampa,
13 thinks the problem in the next few conservative candidates like Jack fired a French 75mm Howitzer across Stevens Lake. At right. Gen. Lowery
Mi 1 years is to concentrate on the young Kemp of New York. A split like that 1 ,; Is pictured holding a spent shell casing. In the early days of Blending, Sand

.tjnt', men who are coming (to the fore) could open up the White House to the F..J Hill Lake was renamed Lowery Lake In honor of the veteran National Guard

c n rather than the old men who are going Democrats, or so Mr. Reagan's sup- ,*:;;a',JI'officer." For story and pictures on Saturday's firing exercise, see Section B.Ail .
(or should be going. to the rear). porters believe. ';

s6 What brought on Reston's But in Reston's view, even more im

philosophical observations is the fact portant than party unity is the unifica-
By Bobby
that the most popular game in tion of the nation the real challengethat County Agent's Notebook County Agent

'i1t Washington these days is "will he or confronts both parties. "There is

won't he run for a second term in the considerable evidence that the I I

White House?" American people have lost faith in ,
the crops that have large nutrient re-
called "commercial fer-
Over three Inches of rain Sunday residues are
Reston was referring of course, to competing ideological claims of the extreme and Monday' flooded many fields night and tilizers." The nutrient elements most like- quirements, but will not be Injurious to
President Reagan who "may not be a Democratic New Dealers and pastures, and has delayed land preparation ly to be needed on most soils are nitrogen, those with the lowest needs.'H Is possibleto
the extreme should phosphorus and These use too much fertilizer. /.and thus injure
great president, but he's a great per- Republican supplysiders.There for spring planting. We be back potassium. VI.t *< t \ f!
a former." He points out that Mr. seems to be a growing fear that in-business again within a,week or salt the: nutrients are always given In this order in ..c"i; "rw h"fl ivrelptfltfil\ f!
rM ,we are becoming a separated nation of laO>>P'' : ,, r,,",ar ,' ,the JlnalYBhr shown, !In 'eizer.bag. rewnwa' Ueu/ohjiur area
. Reagan, at age 72, is already the oldest =pfiffit! ,ntfOOt34! <1 w ?"'v For Vndtiirp< I ; president in the history of our country. endless contention between special in- a'ftft \Jifef-iia-sttorhime., :i \ .' -a"taining 6 percent available nitrogen (N); 8 about pounds for 100 foot of rowyer for 100

If re-elected in 1984 he would be 74 a terests, lacking a sense of national. in- Bur: strawberry plants will suffer from percent phosphorus, expressed as square feet of garden area, -."
$ few before and 78 at terest. this phosphoric acid; and 6 percent potassium, ,
days inauguration, excess water even though they are .
expressed as potash.Commercial
5 the end of his second term. Back of all this there is, or so it planted on beds with most fields having One-half of the first and nrain'application -
some surface drainage. The plants have fertilizer should be used in of fertilizer should be broadcast over
5: "Do we really want to go on with seems to Mr. Reston, a longtime good size and are loaded with fruit and gardens to supply an abundance 'of the entire garden plot one to two weeks I
SS3 these old men the Reagans, the TipO'Neills observer and reporter of the national bloom. They also have extensive root mineral nutrients, to Insure production of before planting. The other half should be I
:=: the Cranstons and the old scene, a growing realization that the systems that penetrate below the row satisfactory crops of high quality. ManureIs banded at planting time. I

!$j conflicts between the parties theE economic problems the country is fac- ;alleys. The excess rain and flooding can an excellent source of organic matter for Do not bands;of ferQHz&Ladder\ the j
'drown garden soils and usually Is of put
the some of those roots and thus hurt a good source
ing are not entirely or even mainly
the and seed, as theryoung roots might be limed, I
regions. races, management ,growth and fruit production. nitrogen and potassium, but Is low in
5; labor or do we want to look to fault of one party or ideology, but that phosphorus. Nutrients from manure are Instead,place the ide of I
we have reached a turning point in the Excess water can also hurt fruit quality available the seed row. To make
more slowly than In commercial I
a younger men who see the possibilitiesof ., and cause disease and fruit-rot problems. two furrows about nd ,
history of our nation with new in fertilizers. The high availability of fertJuzer.leB!
different world in terms of
== a Growers will need to get on a disease control nutrients 2-3 inches blazer
especially nitrogen, in
dustries wholly different workforce commer
== cooperation rather than a spray program as soon as possible. cial fertilizers Is very important in down the furrows ws II
different work almost half of it .
is confrontation?" Mr. Reston asks. doing Last week I discussed garden soil vegetable growing. level with soil.
C' by women, leading to new relation- preparation and liming. Proper fertilization Use string"toTnarPoTTTS89rrT between
a / I
"As the world is new, we must think between and labor In home gardens where many kinds of
ships management is the next
step. the two rows fer lizer.
s vegetables. are grown in a small area
: anew. These words from President and children and teachers andstudents. after the fertilizer has been the
parents Materials applied to the soil to furnish under intensive culture, it becomes applied o
f Lincoln are just as true today probably These changes ,require dif- plants with nutrient elements, except necessary' to suggest practices that are two rQ't"!;s properly to void !
:::'::2 moreso than they were at the ferent studies in school, and new train- animal' manures and other Hank widely adapted and will be satisfactory for planting! ,.1.q izer,

53 end of the Civil War. Mr. Reston ing and compassion for the people left I
:= believes that the hardest thing for behind in the wake of this industrial It'I
w Americans to realize is that the 1
and social upheaval.The Forestry
53 Youngstown steel mills or even the Pit- II_ Williams Bill Would :PJaceglijuep; Tax

== tsburgh smokestacks are not going to White House probably will pass, IN BRADFORD COUNTY. .
= glow as bright in the future as they in 1985, to the party that recognizes this it On Some, 90 Items C rrentl "' empted

have in the past; that America, with its landslide in history and has the modesty f Iff' W.
is not to admit that it cannot be resolvedby By David Norton
= sports-win always going Bradford County Forester State Representative Frank Williams of Crystal Lake has introduced
==: to be No.1 in everything from one man or one party alone. .,Ht he estimates would raise about$1.5 billion for the state annually -
automobiles to missiles unless we The warning tags on the so-called "weed eliminating moot of the present sales tax exemptions In some ninety
:::::: change our way of thinking changeour But these revolutionary changes are and feed" fertilizers are short, clear and categories. ,

= attitudes, and change our leader- not what either the Democrats or the plainly!printed. They say something like Certain "necessity"! categories would still be exempt under the .

ship to those who are able to challenge Republicans are now discussing. this: J ijjjkWARNING., Williams bill Including food?meals for the elderly guide dogs for the .I
;; the future, as well as profit from then "They are talking about tactics andpersonalities1' : Do not apply In areas blind, agricultural feed, seed,and fertilizer and home rental payments
::;: past. about. raising funds for underlaid with. roots of,desirable trees and I. t!1 Among the currently allowed exemptions which Williams' bill would &
'" on spots, and who looks shrubs T i'i'Hf. place under the five percent sales tax are Super Bowl tickets,newspaper: i
= But where is the new leadership good on the tube,' says Mr. Reston. But foresters wonder how many people advertising, dry cleaning school sports events, stocks,. ecuritfcs.1';
3=3 coming from At the present time Mr. actually; take the time to read and heed the magazine subscriptions, and migrant housing payments. :.., ':J.r
Reston takes a somewhat dim view of Amid all this confusion, it Is obvious "weed and feed" tag. :i

the prospects offered by either of the, that most Americans lack confidencethat Every day foresters, agriculture extension
= two major parties. On the Democratic either party has a solution, or evena agents and plant nurserymen receive I'. ''1

5 side he sees former Vice President plan for coping with the changes of telephone about calls sick from trees.Florida homeowners the first --:1: LETTERS I I
worried Among ,
., Walter Mondale versus a field of com- the coming age of computerization and questions asked is: "Have you used any J .
= parative unknowns from the .'"rising automation in every phase of herbicides or weed and feed fertilizers Teacher It '
= generation;" including Glenn of Ohio, American life. near, the, tree?" Very often,the answer,is, Middle School Voters Are to Blame

Jj Askew of Florida, Hart of Colorado On this philosophical note Mr. Yea. 'v j.' Commended for Services For, Having. ; Wet, CountyThe ;' ,

... and Bumpers of Arkansas. Althoughnone Alsovery) often; the chemicals In the following -
Reston concludes that. ...one day'maybe letter was received by I read'the letters
feed fertilizer harming the that Pastor Mur-
weed and are
of these is household '
a name on a Adele Mitchell teacher of Orientation .
they'll get down to thinking -
shade tree, while ,killing the ,broadleaf phy and Pastor Charles Vanzant vrfrote in
nationwide scale, Reston thinks they about the future and the possibilities of weeds In the lawngrass.The > to Health and Public Service Brad last week's,Telegraph' asking our'people
ford Middle School, from Wilma B.
are at least equal, it not better than to take a stand did that
cooperation between the parties" for right But you knjhv
weed poison Is not able to determine Gillesple, Ph. D. of the State Departmentof
the people now in charge in the of the "Forif the Christians, or the people call
common good country. which 'broadleaf plants are ;weeds and education; themselves
responsible for
=:2 Washington.The any one party ever does that which ire desirable plants. ,are

objective of the Republican Party regardless of personalities, it may just Landscape and fruit trees such as oaks., 1083."During I, was the,program very pleased review with on Feb.your 23. ourrccounty- idly..voted wet afta r\ j many

!3 of course iso retain control) of the win the next election.* :. '" mahogany black olive,citrus and a host of organization of the evidence<< and your 1
c dyt ; broad leaves (as "" ;'. If all bad out
....... ; trees having opposed willingness\ to share with me your perspective ., church-goers
to needles) will take up the chemicals of the community's needs in relation, and voted dry in the referendum tiers,
tseS3 ,pa \ .,. ''': through( their roots and show symptoms of to the program. During the classroom our county would never.. have gon4 .wet in
,...'0.. Co'; I ,, ': chemical: poieoni g&The symptoms may' .visitation while talking to students who the first ptace.. It- "
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: include$; yellowing leaven, premature leaf volunteered to talk with me, in discussions .t
:::3 w: 1 rgrmtq @ drop and a thinning of the crown.: Even with the school principal and the county The argument piss made that out county
'" }., ".' trees that do not actually die may be I director of f vocational and as a would gain by the additional tax i venue.
I ...__.... :w'.k-1., :' 1 seriously weakened and left.vulnerable,to result of general, education was Impressed But, believe me, It has cost a lot i ire fox
diseases_Insects. with you-a* a teacher who police and public defenders than t i county ,'
," '. 1ps;+ The reedy Is to bead the warning lag ,demonstrate,dedication'and conscientiousness ever received on liquor taxers11 the
ESTABLISHED (79 MEMBER x+ M<4 r'r < bar room brawls
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BOB 6. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER'PvbRahers tree root* 7; parents and helping skills. AdditIonallY';, and theIt"'fMMJIIaaY' -
f roots' Ji' your effoi's in the use of values clarifies' volved U they ar.lEkwi! "Ind*
ruMilwtf" Nell Tkmtfay tut Mm at ICM class Msmr ri Iks. As a ;ugh guide, tree extend lion strategies .are exemplary, suppose the lawyers ire lowing I it and I'
PHI Offlcs at sinks, Us.MW Met sf bless J,117* as far underground: ISbe';limbs spread: thai.1s about all 'Ar
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I Susan Talcott and Steven Brown Wed Feb: 11

.' Susan Nadine Talcott, daughter' of neck; chantilly front and yoke of lace-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Thornton illusion with schiffli appliques and '
and Steven Allen Brown, son of Mr. seed pearls. The long organza sleeves Social Side Of The News !
and Mrs.Gerald Lee Brown of Hamp had chantilly lace panels from the
ton were united in marriage Friday, shoulder to the wrist with wrist edged
I. Feb. 11, at 7 p.m. at the home of thegroom's with chantilly and appltquet..of schiUi.! Gladys Mooty Society Editor 964-7608
parents with Rev. Bob

Cooper of Victory Baptist Church, The organza skirt featured a double i-wi' y *jr""> *- ;r +* +-*-
Hampton performing the nuptials. ruffle of chantily around the bottom
with chapel train. She wore a silk
Presenting a program of nuptial' flower half wreath with satin ribbon
I music were Kristy Johns organist, streamers with two tier circle cut
I Patrick Crawford, soloist.and Ronnie pencil edged veiL She, carried a Tantalizing Menus Feature At Antique Show
Jones, guitarist cascade arrangement of white silk .
roses, forget-me-nots and baby's
The couple repeated their vows In breath with white lace ribbon. The Antiques and Collectibles Show include turkey, ham and cheese, anda slice of pound cake,smothered in sliced
front of the fireplace that was flanked' and Sale, being sponsored by the ham melt, a sure-fire favorite combination sugared berries with a dollop of
by two candelabra with white tapers The bride gave her mother a long Woman's Club of Starke, on March of ham cheese, tomato, whipped cream topping, will be hardto
and two arrangements of white stemmed pink rosebud as she entered 18th, 19th, and 20th at the Bradford mustard, and mayonnaise served on resist.
gladiolus,mums and pink carnations. the church and upon leaving she gave County Fairgrounds,Route 301 North, rye bread, grilled to a "melting Mrs. J.D. Warren, president of the
Three unity candles were used. one to her new mother-in-law. Starke, will offer a luncheon and din- perfection Potato chips and pickleswill Woman's Club of Starke has ap-
ner menu designed to tempt your be served with the sandwiches. pointed Mrs. R.A. Green, Mrs. F.E.
Stan Whitehead served as best A reception was also held at the palate with scrumptious dishes. When ordering, don't forget the Ahrhart, and Mrs. F.H. Brown to the
man. Ushers were Lesley Brown Brown home in Hampton. Mrs. Stan Mrs.D.W.Whlffen chairman of the potato salad and cole slaw availableas food committee. Mrs. Lester Ruud
brother of the groom and JamieWhitehead Whitehead greeted the guests at the food committee has announced that a side orders.A and Mrs.L.T Young are cochairmanof
ion of the best man. 1> door and kept the guest book. Standing German specialty platter, featuring cup of homemade bean soup, or a the Show and Sale.
in the receiving line were the potato salad sausage, and con- bowl of chili each accompanied by Whatever you might be hungry for
Mrs. Stanley West attended her bride and groom, their parents and diments has been added to the dinner crackers, will surely delight you with during Show and Sale, valuable anti-
: sister as matron of honor. She wore a attendants. menu, which includes individual hearty eating.Homemade. ques or good home cooking, you are
Pink organza gown with high neck, of and white quiche, accompanied by cole slaw desserts, baked to sure to find both here. The "Country
long sleeves that were trimmed at the Arrangements pink and fruit cup; and a baked ham plat- perfection by the good cooks of the Cupboard" will be a most delicious
wrists and neck with lace in nutural .e. silk flowers were used at points of In- ter, served with buttered potatoes, Woman's Club, will be offered to addition to the Spring Shop and Sale
tones and the back of the gown had a ; \.. terest in the home for the occasion. peas and mushrooms, and a roll. tempt you. Starke's famous specialty, of Antiques and Collectibles. Don't
lace cascade that fell to the floor. In The sandwiches to be offered will "Strawberry Shortcake", a generous miss it.W..ks.
her hair she wore a wreath of pink silk The bride's table was covered witha
roses with satin ribbon streamers.She lace cloth over pink and held a two
carried a cascade arrangement tier cake with stairs to the top layer Miss Anita Chapter UDC
of topped by the bride andgroom. On Green
pink roses, forget-me-nots white Hear ReEnactmentOf
lace ribbon and baby's breath. : each stair were tiny pink candles. Dale WilcoxEngag.m.nt
Mrs. Dan Hawes of Hawthorne cut the Olustee Battle
Kelly West served as flower girl cake. Miss Lee Ann Green of Starke I 'Ti W.T. Weeks chapter UDC. met
and wore a long pink dress with served punch. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Green, Sr. Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 2 at the
rosebud print and carried a white announce the engagement and ap- Yz home of Mrs, Franklyn Weisgerber in
,basket with pink rose petals. Following a wedding trip to Jekyll proaching marriage of their Keystone Heights.
Island and the Mardi Gras in New daughter, Anita Louise to Dale M'ti
The bride,given in marriage by her Orleans the couple is residing at Dur- Michael Wilcox, son of Mrs. Jeanne President Mrs. Herbert Thomas
father wore a white organza gown rance Trailer Park on SR 18 W. Lewter of Winter Garden, Florida. < conducted the business meeting and
'with cnnntilly; lace and schiffli appli The groom is employed with Hercules The bride elect Is a graduate of announced that Cypress Gardens has
Inc. Bradford County High School and is designated May 14 as United
The fitted bodice had a high ,
.. Mr,and Mrs.Steven Brown presently enrolled at Florida Junior Daughters of the Confederacy Day
: College, Jacksonville in the Nursing and will offer special prices for all
Program. She Is employed at Nassau members who attend. It was decidedto

I. :Senior Citizens Entertained at St.Ed ward's Dinner General a Certified Hospital Respiratory, Fernandina Therapy Beachas ing have the the Confederate Memorial soldiers Service at honor-the

.. Technician.The next monthly meeting in April.
Edward's Altar Society hosted a son with her guitar. Among others Wendt. Vickie Lefebvre was the groom Is a graduate of Mrs. Buford Mitchell president of
covered dish dinner Sunday, Feb. 13 entertaining were Lisa Rick, Diana youngest guest receiving a prize. Lakevlew High School, Winter 5 the Joseph Finnegan chapter, U.D.C.
.In the parish hall honoring Bradford Phillips, Donna Parado, Steve Spell, Garden and Valencia Community Col- 1 was a guest and she and Mrs.
County Senior Citizens. Pat Tierney and Becky' Anderson. The tables were covered with lege, Orlando. He Is a Registered Weisgerber gave a report on the recent -
.." Approximately 80 people attendedthe Song sheets were distributed for. the yellow cloths and decorated with red Respiratory Therapist and is Director Olustee Battle re-enactment
dinner. They were greeted by Antoinette sing-along of favorite songs. paper streamers, valentine hearts of the Cardlo-Pulmonary Departmentat which they attended.
; Stefanelli, who presented, Antoinette COBS read a poem entitled ,and Variegated flower arrangements.Mrs. Nassau General Hospital. : Mrs. Thomas gave the historical
them with.a heart.shaped red name' "Autumn of Life,"Door prizes and Cass was in charge of decora- The wedding Is planned for April 30 program on"The Faithful Traveller"
tag. prizes for those havingmost grand- tions and was assisted by Muriel at 7:30: p.m. in the First Presbyterian t which was an account of Robert E.
Father Joseph Finlay welcomed the children and great grandchildren Gilbooly, Mary Guy and Josephine, Church of Starke with a reception "' J, Lee's horse. Traveller survived his
guests and Invited them to visit at any were then given by Mrs. Coss.Among Cumber. following in the Fellowship Hall. Anita Green master by several years until he died
time. those receiving the flower'table ar- Ada Hoist thanked the Altar Society All relatives and friends of the cow from lock-jaw after he stepped on a
Following the dinner entertainmentwas rangement prizes were Carl Brool, on behalf of the Bradford Senior ple are invited to attend the weddingand nail.. His skeleton is kept in a glass
provided by members of the Ellen Mitchell, who at 88 was the Citizens for the dinner and entertain- reception. case in the basement of the Lee
Catholic Youth Organization Bar- oldest guest attending, Minnie Coss,. ment. She then invited all 55 years of M error i a.. Cha pe,. 1 n Lei ngton. V._.
bara Anderson directed the singing to Lena Daugherty, Ada Hoist, Chris age and older ,to- attend their
the accompaniment of Sheila Ander-- Leberett. Lillian Allen and Gertrude meetings. Lunch Bunch To Meet March 11 at Presbyterian ChurchThe

I Presbyterian Lunch Bunch for at 12 noon In Fellowship Hull speaker and will.\ give a talk on early
Rev. Robert Gillis Takes- Recent Trio to- Holy Land senior citizens will meet Friday, E.L. Matthews will be guest churches..

Robert Gillis. pastor of Madison that were gazed upon were Nazareth, Jerusalem, the ministers toured I,
Street Baptist Church, recently madea Jezreel, :Mediddo, and Caesarea, Bethlehem, Bethany and the
trip to the Holy Land. where the remains of a great arena Shepherds' Field. .di\
The tour he made was comprised of stir stan g. Southward the tour made ,.. -. r
87 ministers and was originated! in '}t.f.'w to"J Jerusalem"l "..:,;;Jerusalem ', HlstorV wad Ir llea".i r the group '
/o.\IJart."li, z1 il1'C3'e.ae'srrn.anwt e,1JJfu'i. eJi tqt4 "' f'l ey! +toured_ .eSbrilie of,3Bookull] ;,.' F ioIoJW i_ ,emu ,:1G t Jl ./.yyr:3r. '
e. '! I ',lh. ;.., ,....,,, I.rt.:: ; ... ". :place the Dead Sod. rolls,which '
001" ""'rhe''b1, trteas flfghl "fhadE'lts The Old City proved to were discovered by Qumram. Many '
destination Amman,Jordan.The next have many exciting sights to see. The other sights were seen both in the Old'
day, the tour began its Journey to the events in the life of Christ were traced City of Jerusalem and the surroun- NowOn
Holy Land after standing upon Mt. which Included the traditional spots of ding area. One of the highlights was
Nebo, the place In which Moses look- the miracles at Bethesda and the Memorial of the Halocaust. In ad- I
ed across the Promised Land but was Bethany the Triumphal Entry during dition, a scale model of the city in the
.not able to enter. the Passion Week, the Last Supper in day of Jesus was reconstructed on a
Crossing over the Jordan River,the the Upper Room, Trial, Condemnation scale of 1/90.
first stop ,was Jericho. Jericho Isbelieved bearing his cross on the Via
to be the oldest city in the Dolorosa Crucifixion Burial and The people, the food, the excitement
,,. world.The tour proceeded northward Resurrection. created a grand tour. Pastor'
into Tiberias, the Mount of1TrJ Gillis is planning to make the tour
: Beautltudes, Capernaum and a boat In the Old City the again In December. Anyone In-
.trip across the Sea of Galilee world renowned Wailing Wall was terested In going to the Holy Land Starke Practice
''JS':tt From the Sea of Galilee, a western touched along with viewing the Domeof .may write or call him to secure Infor-' Family
awni'course was made. Some of the sights the Rock. Just outside of mation. '

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StrawberryQueen Nadine Canfux Karen ChlUy Ella Mann Melissa Winkler

Fourteen Bradford beauties will vie March 4 deadline. the late Randal K. Chitty. Karen is Ella Mann, 19, daughter of Mr. and Santa Fe Community College She la
for the crown of the Strawberry Nadine Marie Canfux 1A. a juniorat sponsored by the Western Steer Steak Mrs. Nathan ;Starling: of Lawtey sponsored by Register Oil & Gas.
Queen Pageant beginning at 8 p.m., BUS is the daughter of Dr. and Home works at Blue Cross-Blue Shield In Girls previously entered are Regina
Saturday. March 3& In the BUS Mrs. Abraham Canfux, M.D: Janet Marie Jordan, 19, the Jacksonville. Her sponsor is Janet Cannavo Diana Crawford, Sharon
auditorium. Karen Joan Chilly 18, a sophomore daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Jordan Starling Realty. Griffls, Angela Folsom Tammy Jo
In addition to the nine contestants in the Medical Respiratory programat of Lawtey attends Florida Junior Melissa Leigh Winkler, 19, Mann, Paige Roberta, Alesta Sheffield -
14 in All already announced in The Telegraph' Santa Fe Community College is the College. Janet ir sponsored by Lake of Mr. and Mn. George A. Holly Smith :and Michelle
five more young ladies entered by the daughter of Mrs. Joan T. Chitty and Chevrolet Oldsmobile Winder of Starke is a sophomore at Stilwell.I'.

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Bradford County Azalea SaleSaturda. Union Church To Host Dr. Bill Rice Ill dent Ranch Christian the south's campground largest Indepen-which Douglas JonesEngagement

Senior Cltlzons Club Guest Speaker To Speak at Pine Level ministers to thousands of teenagers Set

March 15, there will be a covered Woman's Club Elder Charles Sandeage will be at Dr. Bill Rice, III and the Bill Rice and adults from all over America, including Mr. and Mrs. T, H< Bement, Jr. of
dish SL Patricks Day dinner at noon Union Church, County Rd 233 March teens from Pine Level who Starke announce the engagement of
for the Bradford County: Senior The SUrlte Woman's Club will haveon 14-17, with services beginning at 7 Tenn.Evangelistic will be: Team of Murfreesboro enjoy camp each summer. Bill Rice their daughter, Teri, to Douglas
hand Saturday March 12, 3UOO special guests at Pine ministries also include a worldwidedear
Citizens Club. Wear something green nightly. 'Jones, son of Mn. Hazel Jones of
p.m. '
Level .
assorted azaleas, all varieties that Baptist Church next Sunday,
and bring a friend to enjoy the The public is cordially Invited. ministry. Lawl.l!)'.
fellowship.We will sell for$1.10 each or$10 SO for 10. March 13. Pine Level Baptist Church 'ts The wedding scheduled for Satur-
are happy to report that Harry The sale will start at 8 a.m. Dr. Rice will be preaching, and the located three miles west of Starke on day, May 7, at 7' p.m. at the First
Revival be
Trio will in both
singing Highway 100. Service times are 10
Fertig, Club President Is at home Presbyterian Church of Starke. All
after a stay In the hospital. the morning and evening services. a,m.and 7pm. Everyone Is Invited to family members and friends of the
Dr. Rice is
of Bill Rice
With all the sickness, there has still president attend. couple are invited' In attend,
been a good attendance at the brown

Tuesday bag lunches at noon that.are, with enjoyed entertainment every AMERICAS FAMILY I STORE ALL STORES CELEBRATE THE


Prosbytory Women's 4

Council to M..t Mar. 17

Three hundred women from nor- r'? RAND
theast Florida are expected to attend )
the seventy-sixth annual meeting of
the Council of Women of the Church of
the Presbytery of Suwannee on
March 17 in Lake City. The special _
luncheon meeting will be hosted by
the First Presbyterian Church of

Lake City and will celebrate the reunion / _
of the United Presbyterian St,
Church and the Presbyterian Churchin I
the United States. CAN I TAKE ,

Ed Montgomery, Jr. will deliver a MORE THAN ONEMEDICATION /
short meditation on this year's theme, r / ARRIDARRID
"Christ the Peacemaker" and Dr.

Edwin W. Albright Jr., General AT A TIME?
Presbyter will bring a message on
"The New Church" that focuses on

the plan pi.reunion,...."..... ?..?.. .."" .a .... ae.-v.:-.. .'" fit -'. r WHITE RAIN,

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To wed March 12 TAMPA FLAT > 44-OZ. y fi.S OZ. 5-oz.
I Limit 1 79 C Limit 1 IMA 2 TYPES ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Gockleyand Limit 1 Price reflectst.lmil cents
Mr.' and Mrs. Norman Hoffman Off label. 1 ..
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their children Kenneth Tracy the most important question you can ask i
Gockley of Lake Butler and Kathy ,44 before taking more than one medicine
Loraine Morris of Sparr. New chemical substances form when you /
The wedding will take place Saturday combine medicines These different j NABISCO 18" BRAZIER
March 12 at 12 noon at the cou- combinations can change the therapeutic BAR-B-QUE' GRILL
ple's intended residence: 235 off 100 / olfwl of the origm.il drug Consequences WHEATSWORTH VINYL STRAP 1
W. end of SW 8th Street (the old tan range from a minor side effect to a WHEAT CRACKERS LAWNFURNITURE ..N ..
Schultz farm). A barbecjue! reception threatening situation / nsoz. OR 699.11.
will follow the wedding Chemical substances from any of the MI. its ,. .'.
All friends and relatives invitedto / / Limit 2
are following sources may affect a drug that 99 CMWM <

attend. you are currently taking '/.-G LLOH / z
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prescription or an ordinary i
Kingsley Lake ChurchTo over-the-rounlvr medication. CHAISE PICNIC JUG '
Hold DinnerRev. 21 Food or,vitamins.II 4 FRANKLIN '"" "u -
Health conditions ,such J Crynch 191'
Mike and Monnle Anderson as high blood CRUNCH 'N MUNCH ./ rH
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pressure or
former pastor and family will be at POPCORN SNACK JAVIH
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church Sunday 4 t > Environmental factors Isuth as '
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night March 12. "... '.
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for the Anderson's beginning ate p.m. / your' medication, ask your doctor or A COOLER CAST
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Ladies Day Hold p O 1 4

At Church of Christ v SEA & SKISUNTAN LOTION SNACKS R0<|. 79M.21J001. Wooden frame. Removable food tray.W .

Starke Church of Christ held Ladies >39S -. a
Day March 5. TrrES
Saturday ; x 50 VINYL
Mrs. O.D. Giles and Mrs. Robert
Powell registered the guests from Limit 2 GARDEN HOSE
Starke and surrounding area Churches CHLORASEPTICTHROAT LONG HANDLE 99 !2-rill.
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The program was opened with a 188 FLORAL TOOLS 3M
11 welcoming address by Mrs. Frank FLAVORS INSTANT*
Palmer. The group was led In the Limit_1 MILDEW REMOVER "H 99 Toua.seoei.
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Lynette Baxter.lnlpintionalles. r ALMAY MASCARA fl 39"."."2.19COLLEGE : MELNOR OSCILLATING !.'
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visiting them this week until Sunday \'.
their daughter-in-law Ann McLendonand ; 1I'J '
her children Stacey Ian ',and Caitlin of Blowing Rock N.C.
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7witty/Le etta Lynn concert at the' 239 OF O'a. a i k
Coliseum Friday night were: Mn. W, ULTREX o
J. Frlck. U.... Eloise Goodman, Mrs. ....;. DISPOSABLESHAVERS III E .
Pam Wheeler, Mr.and Mn.Kenneth, ,BAUSCH & LOMB ,. '
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Whiffen. Attends OptometrY. ConaressDr. .... I I Roger Mitzel, Jr. Wins -Pageant I I ----Social Shots 1

whose office Is Optometrist, diagnosis and treatment of eye health Roger Mitzel, Jr., two year old son
at 207 S. Walnut
problems, new medications and of
Roger and Nancy Mitzel of Starkewas
Starke, has the returned home after attending treatments available* new the overall winner of the two andthree Richer Wolty, Speaker before the couple's wedding rehearsal. -
60th Annual
Educational Southern development In extended wear con- year old Boys Beauty Pageant At DKG M*.tfng .
In Atlanta Congress of Optometry tact lenses and soft contact lenses used and also overall winner of the two andthree Mrs. Brown's sister, Viola E. Gray
At the Georgia last week. to correct astigmatism. year old Boys Photogenic Con-: 1 Richard Welty was guest speaker at of Mandarin prepared Cajun dishes
Congress Dr. Whitfen par Lecturers Included members of the test at the Small World Kiddie j h the Alpha Nu chapter of Delta Kappa for the menu.
ticipated in educational programs faculties, of- the nation's top op-- Pageant In Jacksonville Saturday, Gamma society: which met Thursday, The two rows of dining tables were
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designed to enhance skills ass healthcare tometrlc colleges: .>id nationally Feb. 26.Roger. Feb. M In the Presbyterian Church covered with wedding cloths: and
professional to receive the recognized specialists eye care. now moves on to compete In ,, ., 'r Annex. centered with candles encircled with
latest Information regarding eye The Congress, a professional stan- the state finals In Orlando on May 24, :, ''jr Miss Kathryn Epperson of Lake pink roses.
care i \dard In postgraduate education since 25 and 28. He la sponsored by his I'<>./,. J.' ,. .n IfI Butler Introduced Mr. Welty, who
The five-day Congress offered more 1927, meets each year at the Atlanta grandparents, Dorothy Mitzel and ".}" < .,'. spoke of legal issues of interest to Tcrrl Addison, '
160 hours of lectures, Including Hilton./ ; women.
Norman and Diane McNeal all of. Rob Mullins/
.. Starke. Roger Mitiel,Jr. President Sharon Lyons of Lake
u' Butler the Married Saturday
presided over meeting
: '" r'',, where it was announced, to bring
I Parties : crafts to the March 29 meeting in Ms. Terri Addison and Rob Mullins.
Lake Butler that will be displayed at son of Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Mullins ;of
the Arts and Crafts Exhibit at the Starke, were united in marriage
Mrs. Jim Johns state convention: In Orlando In April.At Saturday. March B, at 3 p.m. in a
ment of small sandwiches, chips and Susan Champion Helen l the close: of the meeting garden wedding .at the home of the
Honored at Baby Shower dip, and fruit punch. The gift table Jane Corey refreshments were served by groom In Fort Pierce.
was decorated similar to the refresh- Honored at Shower Brunch Honor hostesses: Mrs. Helen Johns, Mrs Glenn Mullins attended his brotheras
Mrs. Jim
) Johns and her ment table. best
Miss Susan Champion whose marriage .- Mrs. Steve Muriel Norman, Mrs. Margie Thomson man.
new son, Michael, honored Denmark and Mrs. S.G.
were at a Appropriate Mrs. Charles Addison
games were played, was matron
Mrs, Elaine Wood Mrs. Adele
to ,
Richard will be
an Denmark
baby shower entertained
given by the ladles at and the pastor's/ wile Mrs. Roman at a brunch last of honor.
Pine Level event of March 18,was complimentedat Saturday at the home Mitchell and Mrs. Julia Ripplinger.
of the latter
Baptist Church on Tues Alvarez: read several amusing selections on Open house followed the ceremony.
day March 1. about babies. It was especially a bridal shower Saturday afternoon N. Walnut Street honoring Helen Jane Among the approximately 75 attending -
The refreshment table was covered nice: to have little Michael at the given by Mrs. Heidi Chanatry.and Corey, bride-elect. Laura Chat, were Dr. and Mrs. Mullins and
with a blue lace-trimmed shower for Mrs. Cindy Sollaccio at the home of The a: guests were seated at tables
everyone to enjoy his company Carl DcBlaslo daughter, Patty and Willie Mays of
the former in Gainesville. .
and decorated with small basainnet- : centered with camellias and Starke and Mrs. Richard Cunn-
lea which held tiny babies wrapped in Mrs.Johns is the wife of Jim Johns, The 17 guests Included the figurines. Among the guests were Married March 1 ingham and ''daughter Marla of
blue gingham blankets. The approx. who recently joined the staff of pine employees of the House of Travel and Mrs. Gene Long and Mrs. E.J. Dowl- Keystone Heights.
the two mothers Mrs. Don Championand ing mother and Martha Jean Chase of
imately 25 guests enjoyed an assort Level Baptist Church. grandmother of the Starke and
Mrs. Blonnie Derkman. Each honoree and Mrs. Gloria putter of Clifton O. Chase, of St. Petersburg Tracy McCullough
guest gave the honoree one of their Gainesville, mother of the prospective announce the marriage of theirdaughter
favorite recipes for her kitchen. groom. Laura to Carl V. DeBlasio Clbrots Sixth BirthdayLittle
Abraham Canfux Spring flowers decorated the buffet. Mrs. H.H. Adams and Mrs. Bill Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl V. Tracey McCullough
I M.D. Adams assisted In serving. DeBlasio, Sr., of Jacksonville Beach. celebrated her sixth birthday Satur-
The couple was united In marriage day afternoon March 5, at a party
General Medicine; Tuesday evening, March 1st In given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacksonville Beach with only Lynn McCullough at their home in
Announces the opening of his office at members of the bride's and groom's Hampton.

Laura Warren Immediate family in attendance. Games with prises and
STARKE PLAZA Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Warren of
refreshments were enjoyed by the 25
Brandon announce the birth of a
(Next to Pantry Pride) w daughter, Laura, born March: 4. She The Gerald L. Browns attending The Smurffette which Included theme was 20 children.carriedout
Joins two brothers, Matthew 6
Hours: 9-5 Mon.-Flt. and David age 3. Give harsol DinnerMr. Also In the decorations.
attending were
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and and Mrs. Gerald Lee Brown of grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
PHONE 964-4668 Mrs. Clyde Piercy of Sanford. Paternal Hampton entertained at a dinner par- McCullough of Hampton and Mrs.
J.D.grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. ty at their home Feb. 10 for their son, Nancy Cassels of Starke, Tracey'sgreat
Warren of Starke.
Steven and fiancee. Susan Talcott: grandmother.
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Mrs. H.M. Richarde was in Palatka
'over the weekend visiting her
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
OPENING Lyle Buck and also attended the
SALE I Azalea Festival.

Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs. W. H.
Thomson were visiting\ their respec-
tive sons and families in Tallahassee
Thursday to Sunday

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daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey
I' :...... ,. Warren and family in Brandon.
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..v. """ w e I spent Thursday /to Tuesday with her
11W iaIorU: grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. Donald
-w-- 0 W.Thornton/ and family and attendedthe
'' / of her
christening: great grandson, I
SYLVANIA Donald Wayne Thornton, Jr. at the '
i on INSIDE FROST / Sunday morning service: at the First
re tte,r :: '--- .. ASSORTED 12-INCH ",' United Methodist. Church. >'|
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limit 2 pks. 78 8 i aunt, Dr. and Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr.

II Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn of
Wildwood were Monday visitors of
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I 't i SAMSuNG,13-INCH. At Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night
RIVAL, "- j \ March 2, winners were: first-Jack
COLOR! Burnette and Louise Darst; Znd-Aura
CAN OPENER i TELEVISION PALMER Bhannbandh and Charuey Watana;
-wIM RME6.aNARYEIVg) !l', BABY SINKS' 3rd-Margle Thomson and Evelyn
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; :-.., is DECORATEDHOLLOW FRANKFORD SOLID MILK night at 7:30: p.m. at the Starke
b .. 8 249" RABBIT CHOCOLATE Woman's Club and bridge players are
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tlnsgtti" \\f t r. i *diagonal measure. wn! sr MINIKINS
6ft .
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IV'"' <= I 'UVUIII had as guests Mrs. Wil Mendeita and
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y sons of Indiatlantic Friday to Tuesday -
rays of last week and Mr. and Mrs. J.

LAXY 16UULATING'. CASIO S. Walker of Savannah, Ga. Thursdayto

and Mrs.Charles Sands of Burl-
3ED FAN '' Mr.
PECAl EGG ington, Pa. are guests. of Mr..nd Mrs.
t 1 Raymond Howe for several weeks.
349s. n." The Howes also had as weekend
.. guest Mr.and Mrs. Marvin Peters of
Detroit, Mich.

4i Mrs.: Jack Trswick spent Tuesday
'KODAK'GALAXY .. to Thursday with her brotherinlawand
9-INCH DISC 6000CAMERA I sister,Col.and Mrs. Edwin DavisIn
'4'{, 'WINDOW! FAN 'ZACHARY + ASSORTED PASTEL 1'4% Tampa.They were joined their
sisters, Mrs. Conrad Ocala
raise ... II... ..... PASL-OF-EG&S V BUNNIES955W1 and Mrs.Bill Morris of Pt.Clear.Ala.

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OPEN DAILY 9 to 9, SUMBAY 9 to 8. Sato Pric 3 good thru Sat. March 12JH.WC Route I, Box W, Hampton baa been I!
Tirpe-Z .MKKV THE BIOHT TO LIMIT,QUANTITIES.- promoted to his present rank while
serving with Aviation Training
Supercotor mot ,'. 1 Naval
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k S v;, i.'r Charge HIM6IT8 News Leonard-Leonard K. and Maybelto K.Whitehead Whitehead, son of I I

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LADB'E' 't.., '' .,.a .", In the U.S. "Army to the rank of first '
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I! Bradford Highs baseball Tornadoes In a classic pitching duel Tornado >. '. ; :The Tornadoes managed just 6 keep the visitors off base. \j
t stayed on their rollercoaster junior Richie Fender tossed a 3-hitter .( ..r hits2 by Schoening and Carver and Eastside passed out a few charities
last week Thursday they looked like and struck out 9 outduel Santa Fe's one each by Fender Chaff, and itself, like 7 walks. And Schoenlng .
world-beaters in outdueling Dwayne Duke l-fl and hand the : Samons but had chances to score. took a beating getting hit by pitch 3 :H
undefeated District 5-AAA favorite Raiders their first defeat after a Jimmy Schoening, the leading airs times. 1
Santa Fe 1-0. But Friday night the 7-game win string. batsmen with a'.368 average through Four Tornado pitchers worked the
Tornadoes did an abrupt about face- "He had good control with his 6 games,cracked a double to open the game. Starter Gerald Brown had '-
committing 7 errors, walking 11 bat fastball and threw his off-speed stuff game. But three straight outs wasted trouble finding the plate, walking 3 ,
ters, and hitting two more in losing to (a curve and straight change)around his twobagger.In and hitting one batter but giving up ,\
Gainesville Eastside 11-7 at home the plate," said BHS coach Mike the fifth the Tornadoes filled the Just 2 singles, and absorbed his second ?
A game at Mtddleburg Monday was Hartley. For Fender the game was bags with no outs. Doug Samons, loss of the year. '
rained out leaving the BIIS won-lost his second straight Impressive outingas Schoening, and Carver poked 3 At the plate Mike. Waters was ,I
mark dead even both overall ((3-3)) and he blanked Baker County 9-0 to straight singles. But a strikeout, a 1-for-l with an RBI and run, Samons .;i
in District play ((1-1)). A home game start the season. ., grounder to third that forced Samonsat '1-2 with 2 runs and a double Schoenlng
with the Palatka Panthers at 7:30: Fri The lone score of the game came Ir .. :, home, and a popout left BHS with 1-2 with, 2 RBI's and 2 runs. .
day night the of the third. Catcher Rober nothing to show for the rally UN.
for the real !: O.I.ada.ao-w s.0 las e M r ,
please stand SCHOENINti leads the Lots of Pitches vs. Rams _c..M.. aS III t f. I 1
w Cox Brown < .1')
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The Tornado In hiding through the first Eastside didn't come In,with the Do Samom IB),,Joma (ICR! I
ta Fe last of the season nipping the ,reputation of Santa Fe Friday but the I
Ml *M f I 4 I
a battle of at a MIl: pace (7-for-l with e Rams did leave with the district vic- = aw M* t '- e 4 I )
the area and it seared and 4 runs baited. tory thanks to Bradford's Inability to w110)); t-IMnlll." ), '
M-Schomlnf ca) I

I I Clay' Electric is YOUR Co-Op

for At the least Starke one Use Your VOTING POWER to Elect Responsive Responsible, Representation

Monday night
S&W Raiders RETURN
second senior ( )
ed by Fred RICHARD

league.Already in MURRHEETrustee
LA Twins of

league League, so play the Trustee District No. 1

women's will start Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc.

and will not ANNUAL :MEETING MARCH 24 1983
....... ,
r Brooker E

Brooker The mens has Hrst Trustee ever elected from Keystone Heights, and One of the youngest In the'nation.. ".

entering. Served three terms ((9 years) on Cooperative Board. "'-, < ; !'-*.' "'. ,,' ,
down there in
Lifetime resident of Clay County. i

.x Committed Christian: : '. .
Other Active Member of St. Anne's Episcopal Church j

church Gainesville tourney ; ; Keystone Heights: former Vestryman and Junior Warden!

Starke a Church; a of Farmer I Businessman I Developer. It I j

April 15-16 in ; Dedicated public servant: =

tric tourney women's set for ; Elect a proven public servant to YOUR Cooperative board ;g
For that Your favorable consideration will be deeply appreciated. ,
Field Church ;t

balls teams Golden and, 15 Glove 1st .; RICHARD, L. MURRHEE: $R' : ,
4 _
i" Lawtey enter. He's :'fU\/, 4 "'iAwsH represent-ALbittenrtbers! ,'-** ,'mF _

PHONE: Home, 473-4175 Farm 473-7010">> '0 : .;,
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Buddy l : 5'100'1. inrrhluk .": I
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College's ,o
Jackson, d
complishment .
sophomore on '
tourney 1 was in game I 9"J

Brevard in the Place
South in the ,
for Gulf Coast US 3O1JPU 964-8771 )").I OVI" \
and looking iHew
defense.She doesn't ,Owners: Lil Irene & Susan w

JUCO level of
,school ballplayer after in her : Monday Thursday '10 am -, 9 pm

ready GCCC to coach play at i Friday: -. Saturday 10 am 9:30
The All Sunday 12 noon .8 pm
Thursday night
athlete or All

,I enough weekend...I guess so JK0! !& f Only The Fines 'Meats :Available In Our Sandwiches

: ... The annual
afternoon, April(
to contribute We HaveVideo
Revels a call... .

baseball... Santa race Fe's* GREAT ;('M, :

57-11. But Games i
sorts showed )S Cold
day. Still,
pared to two H Available p
The two : :] ,_

,collective... The sleeve '. Old Fashion

the A fief day which of t- --: toe Cream

Now Northside -
I I small practice on and '' We Have i 23 Flavors'

: : the '
f Sports : '. This :Week's' Special!'
,.... ( : : 'BIGGESTBanana .
ri BHS alrlu.llball.rt Parties' : AifSingle"-
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P.I.Ik it BHS ( :
BHS trick it Pililkl ( med ,
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Brookcr PTA men.. ,In' tee Cream ,Cones

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I' Bradford Girls, Are a Force Reckoned. With on Softball ,Field IIt I

was just a few weeks ago that the LaJy Tornado' RBI', Diggs tripled, Hamm scored 3 times, and t t r

atria baaketbaU learn was taking. lumps On area Lisha Long produced & runs with a base hit and two .

ardcourts. Now the BHS girl' athletes. many of them. fly balls Hawthorne erred on. ,'

basketball players, are dishing out a few bruises of Against defensive-minded Keystone the Lady Tornadoes ,,r

..their own on the Softball diamond. had to score twice in the 5th 6th. and 7th to

The Lady Tornadoes came back from a.2ndroundloss rally from down 42. Hall powered two home runs,

to climb through the loser's bracket for second one in the 6th to break a 4-4 fiet and knocked In 4 runs.

place to Buchholz in their own Invitational last After Hall's homer Wood Lisa Blackshear, and ..

weekend. Their S win -t loss tourney performance, Maria Reddish poked consecutive singles as BUS ,.

coupled with a rather sluggish 7-8 over the Orange went up .-.. Hamm was 3-4, and Cummings 2-3 in the!
Park Jayvees Tuesday and the season-opening wins ,

over Gainesville Eastside and Interlachen gives the. win.Revenge was gained against Santa Fe 13-3 as Hall

BHS girls an 8-2 start on the 1983 campaign. unloaded a 3-run homer In the first Inning to start a

They were to host Interlachen Wednesday, March big attack. Hall was 2-3 with 3 RBI's for the game,

))9, before 3 straight road games at Live Oak (March while Brown went 2-4 with 3 runs and 2 RBI's, Hamm

tlO). Keystone (March 14) and Buchholz (March 15). 1-4 with 2 runs, Cummings had 2 ribbles, Reddish was

Many observers of the tournament over the 2-3 with a pair of runs, and Wood doubled. i.

'weekend felt the Bradford girls were the top team. In the over Buchholz that forced a second title

But after an easy 8-0 blanking of Hawthorne In game Diggs. Hall, and Cummings all had 3 hits. Cummings a ,o, Lt;. j r. '" ..-.. ..

''which pitcher Val Hamm and her defensive mates and hail each knocked4n a pair of runs and

'combined( for a rare slowpitch no-hitter, the Lady Brown and Diggs both scored: twice. _

Tornadoes lost to Santa Fe 7-6 In 8 innings. After BUS Bradford then jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the se-

tied the game in the top of the 7th to send it to extra cond game as Wood Hall, and Hamm singled in runs.

Innings the Raiders tallied a run in the bottom of the But Buchholz scored: twice in the 2nd caught up with

'8th to sink the Bradford girls into the loser's bracket. a run in the tth, and then tallied the winning run in l '
As BUS coach Gayle Lee noted "we .didn't give the 5th while blanking BUS over the last 5 tram. K' I

up." The long weekend showed a bit Tuesday as the BHS
Bradford eliminated Hawthorne 1.V1, scrappy: 'girls 'struggled to a 7.. win ,over a better-than-

:Keystone Heights 8-5, and Santa Fe 13-3 to get a shot expected group of freshman, and sophomores from ,; .
at unbeaten Buchholz. The Lady Tornadoes'thep Orange Park High.

knocked off the Bobcats 6-1 as Hamm allowed Brown doubled Diggs home In the bottom of the

Buchholz Just hits. fourth to break a 6-6 tie and that one run edge stood .
Finally in the second title game Saturday night up for the win. A 8 run 3rd inning had put BBS In the .I.

Buchholz prevailed 4-3 to win the tourney. lead' after trailing 3-1 early; Sara Bennefield
Standouts for BHS included Hamm' tournament delivered a 2-run single in that inning and Lisa "' '
Most.Valuable Player Mashes Brown Home Run Blackshear doubled. ;t,
champ Vonda Kay Hall, and Batting Average award -:I ..

winner who had hits in I "... ,
Kathy Diggs 17 37 trips, a .629 ..oxscos.i..rik..w. .
average. Hall rapped a dozen hits and knocked in 16 'f' 1'1.

runs in the 7 games, and Brown slapped 7 hits to go Ma 'sat SOTMF ssi ISS 0'- i :. ;',.. ; ," '
with her fine glovework at shortstop. .nNN,411r1s se 411 A B 5.4/.4 455 MI r I/ ", ,I
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N. llaa. Ml Hill wood '., ,,
In the Hawthorne '. '
opener against Myra Cummings .. -
cracked a 2-run double and an error off the bat of .f- *.,4 "'\ is e '..* sss tss s I ,
Terri Fender brought home 4 runs in the easy win. .s sus1 p Uiu41.d as .sss .. ,
Against Santa Fe BUS Saturday morning BHS .dL.d 4M IM I II ...*..* II* ,' .' ', '
came up one run short in the back-and-forth ex- MoM ( .' | i.rtfcri. ,Ml .!. r a1e i,'

change of scores but Diggs was 4-for-S with :2 runs;! 1>1I/IIo" HaU. "' '::J. .. ,' rW

Hamm 3-4 with 3 RBI's, and Melanie Wood 2-3. .(T..d.y.ir..liI ,,_ .
.sdI.d MI 553 ti r .ASr..r.s Now" .
Hawthorne again proved no match for BUS in the x.y.Le. 0..... ,.,.. Whoaaaa'
loser's bracket as Hall banged a double and knocked M-tsM. _'.11' < IV Wt M* .... .
in while 3 herself. had 3 fiat S. It-Wto IM IM 1Is. .h'
4 Cummings
runs scoring
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Vonda Hall (20) gloves a throw from shortstop Ma.h.ll Brow for ,n out lathe tournamentLegal' --'>- ....... .. ..
Fe Second baseman Kay easy ;
Freshman Marla Reddish beats the ball on .the ground hi Bradford's game'against Santa

owned by the Board of Quarter of .the Northeast CLERK NU""C
regular meeting ho'd'at' with- the Clerk of Circuit CREDITORS
of the property deMrib: Trustees of. the Florida Quarter of Section 36.Town.hlp BY: Beulah Moody
r 7:00: P.M. In the Council Court for Bradford County : John H. Johns, Esq.P. (Summary)
ed below from RSF.1' to- Annual Conference of 9 South Deputy Clerk
Room of 5'0.... Florida the fictitious Rang. O. Drawer 1030 (Administration
RSF-MH-li:IApp..lmat.'V City Hall the -United Methodist' 20 Eost. Starke. Florida 32091' 3/03 2'chll31'10 )
Starke. Florida on Tuesday name of "PIONEER ELEC.TRICCOMPANY"
'thirty. Church, please contact and
((904)) 964-S701
March andmake -
.. even ((37)) acres located 29,1983. .In business ''either the City Clerk, The Southwest Attorney for Registrant PROFESSIONAL LEGAL ING CLAIMS OR
mile South 100 o recommendationto engage O. Box Quarter of the Nor
1 14 Hwy under thaf fictitious Amy Davis 1': 7/74 4tchg 3/17 SERVICES OF AN DEMANDS AGAINST THE
the Board of
ot 211 and onto SE 43rd County; 250 Hampton Flo'ida3zo.w thwest Quarter of 31,
'name with a principal ATTORNEY ATI LAW ABOVE ESTATE:
I. St.. WetteHy 800 leet of, Commissioners and the- place of business at : or 1h. City ,Atorney Township S South Range IN THECIRCUIT COUNTY, BYCOMPETITIVE Please be advised
SE'h of the' SWM ((1r. Board will consider I!" on 21 East. EIGHTH JUDICIAL'
.y ; Route .1, P.O. Box 264 Mary Marshall, SELECTIONThe thai on Order of Summary
'eluding''thotet, lots el' 'Monday April, 1'183. at. 'lawtey, Florida 32098. ; W* You are required to CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Administration has

Keyitone'' Club Eitatet. the Commissioner ', Mkhael L. Oglesby Suite 3. Gains vllle: serve a copy of you.w"II.n BRADFORD, COUNTY Bradford ....n entered by the
'Unit 1 Replat In quarter1wctlen : Room of the Bradford Dudley' P. "..A.Iy. claims as such FLORIDA County
Hardy Florida 3Z60S. U(04)) School above styled Court and
Board Storke,
'j' '. )* Section ,24. County Courthouse John H. Jon., Esq. 3781724. % sf1):) person or persons to CASE NO..82-319 that' the total 'value ot
whom this ,Is ad- Florida shall receive
Storke. .Florida 10:00'A.M. notice
: : ,
: Township fc South, Ranger P.O. Draw..11XIO BY- Davit the above estate is
Notices I Ordinance Amy dressed. If any to Ause CHARLES REDING and written indications of Interest -
VLyt tatt. out ol' parcelVlSaiVDlOTO an. Storks Florida 32091 Clerk S24,000.00 consisting, of
relating tot City HamptonJ174lchg3'tO Brown of BROWN S. PATSY R. REDING his from InterestedAttorney's
fat ''mobile ((904)) 944-S7OI Florida Gold Account
TRUTH \l> home and con entlonol/ ,. The rezonlng of the Attorney. Registrant ,. JOHNSON P.A.. 4010-G .. At law far SI 5.000.00: Florida Bank

.,j'.t. ....101.....>. following described property -' 3/103/31 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Box Newberry 13502.: Road Gainesville P. /O., Plaintiffs, I.gal services as School .Checking, Account
VS Board
This change In and amending the FLORIDA. EIGHTH Attorney. S8.000.00. 1974 Plymouth'
J Florida 32604. Attorney EDWARD J. WAGNERand Those Individuals
cloullkatlon It subject Comprehensive Land. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, for or Duster 11,000.00 and
Use Plan that. petitioner, on or .. firms wishing consideration thai said assets have
ta provide IN AND FOR
to a public hearing to beheld .,.
bel. from dateof
: days .
K. his
( : on Tuesday Moch29.'I'I3'at land currently zoned. OK NOTICE OF INTENT fORBRADFORO'COUNTY.. first WAGNER must have In the office been assigned' ta Willie
publication to-
I 'wife '
TO REGISTER Mae Davis Route 1. Bo
'and' of the *
hi.-> 7:00 ,:In designated by the wlt, Superintendent
... : p.m. February 24. 1983. and HERIIERT A.
27, Starke. Florida
I' the Council Room of the plan as Agricultural; be PROBATE DIVISION and file the original with GOUDREAUand of Schools, a written -

><,.,*i" \. Tlce.;_'" I' Starke City' Hall 'on. retened to, CG, and STATE OF! FLORIDA ,CASE NO. 83,11CP.j. V the Clerk of the above LOUISE M. GOUDREAU.his : response to this 32091.Within' three months
'.' ,,',:":'\' Thompson Street, ant, designated.tA.:* General COUNTY OF BRADFORDBHUPAT IN **. ; s'tyled Court at the Brad- wile;.,. ol., advertisement, Indicating from the lime of the first
MENG ho. mad. Storke, Florida. At this Commercial property ford County Courthouse D.tsndantsNOTICE an Interest publication of this notice
of ROBERT .: Th. Estate of -w legal qualifications, and
C.BARKSDALE. .Florida' ,
Stark. 32091
application/ for HOME time all 'perion ,Interetted H. PATEL and are required ta file
described" either before service hourly and monthly
shall be heard' onPetitioner's OF SALEPURSUANT stating
OCCUPATION fop Croft NIRMAII PATEl hiswife Deceased with trie clerk of the Circuit
Shop In her home /to the for or against the proposal as tallows: 20.000 Sw, Ft, hereby give noticethot attorney or TO charges for such services Court of Bradford

Srodfo4>County BoardotAdustrtwntson ,,a* specified; In the (lOO'xJOO'), Southwest th.y Intend ,te NOTICE OF ACTION Immediately thereafter: CHAPTER 45 : ; not later than 4 County Florida. Probate

: ( property Zoning Codes oV Bradford comet at parc.' 4747,. register, with ,the Clerk of '**,r.TO otherwise' a {udgement Notice is hereby given p.m., March 14, 1983, Division., the address of
will be entered
t onehalf ex* and shall
located : > failing
one and CircuitCourt for Bradford same which Is Bradford County
that'I. classified County. : BELAND B. that pursuant to a Final
OR and described below March 7, IMS' ((1'b'\ > 'miles. Southof County. Florida the JOHNS IF LIVING. THE"SURVIVING' cluding you of EMORY as abeneficiary 'Judgement dated not be considered. Courthouse, 510'....

C Irfc' home-located '5'/4:: :1" Galn.DlreetOl' Stark. of East Side Hwy' fictitious name of "DIXIE BROTHER \ .'MELVIN ..JOHNS barring'you February 28:' '1963. 'InCase Individuals and firms Florida a written statement .

iflles., South'' 0< Stark. /' Bradford County Zoning 301n Section '?, .MOTEL:? and ta engage in AND HEIR'AT LAW OF/, forever from In No. 82.319; of the may offer anysrot.m.nts of any claim or ae-
any *
.Township 7 business, under ,that flc evidence mend nave
Him: right'off 301 ,South ..ttchg310NOTICB' Range EMORY MELVIN JOHNS. tent in,said real Circuit Court of the you may
on C'. Rd. 18 d904l1'iloJi" ,. ':23 East for highway com- titious name with a prln.clpol ., 'deceased. AND IF DEAD; and property Petitioner. Eighth Judicial Circuit In at qualifications by the'' against the estate of Ed-
go ,m.rclal Craft: Shop, place of business at TO HIS SURVIVING WIFEkr'' and for Bradford County. some da... 'Selection nu Ray Crawford
Boat road in S.e-rr "r- AGNES J. M..NN.he ,
Ramp' ;' ,., You are further, given 744 N..1'Temple Avenue IF ANY AND LIVING. HIS relief/ demanded In'the' Florida. In which. shall be based upon but oec........
tlon 25. Township.'ir'! NOTICE that a copy' of (U.S. Highway :30V), ISSUsUlF! ANY AND IIV:: .CHARLES, REDING and not limited'' too Each claim.mu.t be in.
South'Range; 21 "Io r,}let'*, ?''." APPLICATION aid i proposed OR- Starke" Florida 32091'. INC AND IF NOT TO ALL;' complaint' or pell- PATSY R, .REDING. his capabilities, adequace writing and must In-
parcel 0974. 5'' .,.,' or Patel. Hon. dicate the bests for the
By Bhupat
I .HIS- UNKNOWN HEIRS wife, ere the Plaintiffs, record
*" 1PINANCE Is available for, and personnel, past
Th. Irodlotd eou!, / \ .FOR REZONING ': Nirmale Potel WITNESS my hand claim the name and address
f? AND AMENDMENT ,your ,Inspection at the of- the seal, of this Court on and experience location
Board 6f Adjustment* DUDLEY P.HARDY P.A of the creditor or
of offices availability
tics of Directa of :
Mill conduct a public'hearing : Of THE the Byr John H. Ja....,! Esq. CREDITORS. TRUSTEES February lath> 1983. WAGNER, his wife, and his, agent or attorney
: of ta the
at .... regular; iANDUSCPlAN.' Zoning and Planning City P.O.: Drawer 1030 OR OTHER CLAIMANTS' 'GILBERT S. BROWN HERIBERT A. GOUDREAUand l.gol.ylc. and the amount claimed.If .
Hair "homp.on.lrrI. Clerk Circuit CourtBY .Bradford School Board.
meeting Held Ion Tue**>, Starke. Florida 32091' CLAIMINGVBY\ -" LOUISE M. the claim is not yet
day. March ;29,, 1983; et, An ORDINANCE amen Stork.Florida/ ,, ,'((904) a4-S70t : THROUGH UNDER l ,OR' : Barbara A, Stomer GOUDREAU. his wife LA Selection of the best. due, the date 'w..... It, .
loch and every person ahaving ,', for' R.gistront3I0.33P! Deputy; Clerk, 'qualified firms or I.. will due snail !
7:30: ,.m. ,In the Council, I 'ding the Comprehensive1" .(Attorney. AGAINST BELAND" 1I.*. \ COE AND THOMPSON become be
Room ''at City Hall 'on land U... Plan; Element any- interest ;! .JOHNS deceased AND "o. i'1 '?/744tchg3'17 P.A':. THE UNITED divlduolt, shall -take stated. If the claim*

Thompson '' Street i and Mop "''by'' Bradford 'whatever In ,the enactment c, AIL UNKNOWN OTHER; STATES OF' AMERICA place et 5 p.m.. March Contingent or, unli
Florida In of this proposed : NOTICE and GATOR DOOR 14. !983. Negotiations quidatedthe nature ol
Storks : County :
At this lime,., all, peVton .1 7< 'dance ',with" the. i, local' ORDINANCE,, should' aPI' .PUBLIC: .. \. .CLAIMING'ANY' RIGHT. ;, .' ,000INUNT SUPPLY COMPANY; with the Number One the uncertainty shall be
r and be the TO RESIDENTS .: TO REGISTER Choice qualified firm stored If the claim '
will be heard Government1' Com poor heard at TITLE OM INTEREST"IM !4' 'IN(., the Defentdanls : qt is1sefljred.
this f(OOi. 'prehenslye Planning Act, '\time and place prescrlb-. Of. HAMPTON. FLORIDA ,THE ''PROPERTYl' '. FICTITIOUS' NAME I will sell to. thehighest < individual will take place i the security
cernmg .application.: "ed. '. : AND All- 1"*" 'endbest at mutually agreedupon (snail' oe described ,The
'f bidder
i at specified; In the ZortIng of 75 0' provided lr (!.HEttlIN.rfTER..DESCIU.\, ; 1 'STATE OF FLO'DA '
6OARD Off /INTERESTED PERSONSNOTICE. I" for cash the East_ time and place bys'RODNiYP. eiotment shall deliver a ,
Cadee.'of. 'Chapter.' 14 of, the. .ED:4.M: f"IEEsiDIr'i at .
Browlford' '\ .' '" COUNTY OF door of Invo..d. copy of the claim to ttte
.r' Statute-1' ; '.BRADFORnCOtJNfV' CE'r; the Bradford .Me partl.
County.: ; 'IS "ER"UY: Clerk who shall/ serve me
..: COMMISSIONERS CountyCourthouse -In / MALI,
TO All CIMen'i-T"'ii* ;( ,
March" 71983" 'H :' Prdoth.u'ytf' ) .Y< BY: Gilbert Brawn .GIVEN ',that. the :.chytPEHompCO ; "*YOU'ARE '''NOTIFIED.' ; hereby Sll ENTERPRISES INC.that' Starke. Bradford County, C.. ..rtnan i iBradford Copy 'en the. personalrepresentative. !
'payer } "
i" 'i l.M L3P551Okedbort/ / ,; v giver notice .
/ "
'.,'1'' I' ?"!.' '" ,...... 1"1",' i' *(" .ClerkJtcha :. > .'cadfal'd'Cou..V :thai 01* action by AGNW ;* 'it ,Intends to register with Florida at 11OO: ..m; an fttySchooBoord
910VoTici ( .'. florida ,requests -- J.. MANN to- determine"; March 21... .f983.. the' ,
I l .r a You and each' of Youare i the Clerk of the Circuit DEMANDS NOT SO FILED ..
teltg 1Tl0 that. all' hei-- aeneflclarle of following described pro-, :: /
,. person ;38021chg81)eIN
to' and herewith Court for Bradford Caunty .
{ hereby //EMCWY; JOMNvdeceased '...rty let forth In theorder WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. \ ;
;, \ l'. .i hopu.chOMd 01',1I MELVIN ,.Florida the fictitious'noma '
'uf-'I : Wr.i >" : ocean.ddac .
,; ; ? ,0ivernotice oe'twri k '
'knew el has been fUed Final Jvdje .
family memberswfut
\ of PLACE end
;r ,: :, '/" wttlt.' Ptatlde 1 1SteWtw '': ;a TO1It. \\.irt.oIDcW.\ destribw* Vf-: ;' ment ,. fOtIaRAMOIID, Dated orch 3. 1983.
'NQTIC "' ,l .that tfiA ,Rostrr>j. *!:"/ ('*KmriS3-i 9tMMfj'COUNTY hove 'pwchose>) "\ ,' 'I evigoge\ ,,-business The" South 932,4. feet of ," COUNTY. FLORIDA DUDLEY' P. HARDY
,. .. ,1,1I0.T : : .? b'lo jotrwfvt! ifetemlo4y ,rid 1 'aCgiFrt( rilsald' .octi / ;....d." Ihot" ftctttieus.nem .. ,'*i "' ..... ".
.off: (;OUftt., ,Com. ,' t4fs .." ", .. .,\ / ." ( ; theS y........ Section 311 PROBATE DIVSI$ ;,I. Attorney
it iV/ C-O N'.< :: .' : '0" :.$RWM.r4'.."3 ;wtAiWejoMICHAH \"I Led9ejt.t'""W!';'toJi\10'>' "hfi"hO'1'fdIOn. II, ''.".;'.' 'with o. prmcipoi 1601/ 'Township 7 South;Rano-ir ir, r'-. ''trfl: IJunibi' .. la'fJ' -'lOudeyW, : tdy.,.... '
of business '
Hampton;; ("tnferslBiMiv plate at ,
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I BBS Boys i


Nip Baker

Yard .
Net TeamJason 1 ,

Tractor :

Hugglns won the key numberS
singles match to send BFI3 to a 4-3 Spectacular -
boys win and a tennis sweep of Baker
County High in Macclenny Tuesday
Huggins, a first year player, beat
Baker senior Mike Lee 8410 give BHSa '
3-2 singles edge and a split In the 16-Hp Yard Tractor
doubles matches gave the Tornado
boys their first win of the year and "" 5-Speed Transaxle'
1083 BUS Boys Tennis Team...
their first win over Baker County on Only
the Macclenny courts: In ages. The Tornado boys tennis team for this season 1st from Lellhelc, and Joe Canfux.
"The Macclenny Jinx Is overt"! ,left. Kevin Johns, Drew Davis, Jason hugging, coach Not pictured: are Craig Sapp, Tommy Crosby, and
noted BHS coach Jerry McGriff. Jerry MrCrtff. Jeff Johnson. Greg Clark: Andy Shine Johnson. son 199985
The BHS girls needed no late-match .
heroics to dismantle the Wildcat girls
6-1 and push their season record to .pp<4111 i. KonkoH,II March(Ml d. NOMINATE YOUR PASTOR t
6-0 .MrjnhwmUmhrliM(Mid, KmlnJnhiMH Save 300"
41 0...ClarkS) d.Rota.-e,II Jnm
Faith Roberts, Cherl Foster, Lori Hu-
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Clark, and Trade Clark all scored I........' ASCLERGYMAN
easy singles wins and BHS took both llSipihtahnMillBld. Kanka-Lcmbriirilfrl.II) Model
doubles too with Roberta and Foster Lambrfihl'Rowoe. teaming up at number one and the lion Tommy Craby-Andy... LCIUMIM/ ,IB d. OF THE YEARThis
Ooraldun-Hlmian' :
two Clarks scoring a win at numbertwo. Smooth twin cylinder performance, electric start, choice of 3
mtiffeiMAcaiMNVllinilhRobertBid mower decks tiller, dozer blade and Easy-Care pickup system

Sapp.Boys Greg singles Clark winners and Hugglns.were Craig In ,.,'i._, t e-0,iii,Cher posts is a special award to the clergyman who has contri- Special' Heavy-Duty Engine complete with 42" Mower Deck |
} (Bid BHKIO-l.llLorlCUirklBKi' ( Hinkle aa.41
doubles .. buted the most to spiritual and physical lives of the citizensof
Sapp and Jeff Johnson won at 1Y I>Clark 4 Plcklnglan" M. SI Sickle(Ml d.
number one to clinch the outcome. Timmy Dempsey "T. Bradford County.Applications .

Monday BHS next, March faces 14.Mlddleburg Match time at home is 3 II Rob rt ......l.r(Bid 1-.Scol'l'.BrlfglSI.SIClirkClark .. are available at Denmark Furniture, Starke Power
p.m. IBI d. Hlnkl"ricklnflm Sl.Track Starke Power & Equipment Co., and T.G.&Y: Sponsoredby Equipment

Kiwanis Club of Starke. 322 S. Walnut Street;

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I JjJj 'earns' Split Meet e rAIEAGLE''.

Against Santa Fe Raiders it t s I iW 1.

Still not at full strength BradfordHlgh's Girls ZA I Iw
track and field teams still
managed a split with Santa Fe in a At University Relays NgjeLe Save Up To '' '
dual meet at Alachua Tuesday after- At last Friday's University City teRS ; l la
noonthe BHS girls outscoring the Relays at Percy Beard track at the t '
Lady Raiders 66-53 while the Tornado University of Florida Bradford came
boys fell 86-50 to the hosta. up with a lone first place and the BUSgirls :
Also BHS showed a bit of quality If were 6th and boys last in the ylE OIIr54sL
not quantity, at the University City/ 11-school: meet. North Marlon won ,
Relays In Gainesville Saturday with both boys and girls team titles. ,
the BHS girls winning the sprint Bradford High's girls won the \ ,
medley relay In new meet record sprint medley relay in new meet ep I '
time. record time of 1 minute, S3 seconds, -iii
Tuesday the girls Used a sweep of just nine-tenths of second off the a aa
the sprints by Pam Hawkins, a sweep school record set last year. Running f
of the hurdles by Karen Klmutis, anda the 110 yard legs for BHS were Pam : (
win in the final event- the mile Boswell and Monica Berry, with r : I It'rere
relayto get past Santa Fe. Robin Jefferson going the 220 ,
Hawkins ran 1108 In the 100, 2S.1S in distance and Pam Hawkins finishingup I 13%
the 220, and 60.58 In the 440. Klmutis with a 67.4 anchor leg on the 440. save save o ..aN'. DIC....
ran 18.74 to win the 110 lows and 56.23 The Lady Tornadpes did set one 1.94 31% COTTON CASUAL SLACKS
to win the 330's in the hurdle events. school record- In the 2-mlle relay- le"PO/1TAULa KODAK '- kNIT SHOTS lA S a ll< colorMSN'S
In the mile relay Carol Fussell where a 10-51.2: clocking by Berryd sAa-e-0 Osu. ,FILM -- _.c --, i p'!::' sows raonwq. ,
f Monica Berry, Pam Boswell, and Tammy Mann, Carol 1te e4 01. ... oontrat trim.o .. 'l 1{ { :
Robin Jefferson toured 4 laps In Michelle Klmutis carved nearly 26 .e4 ,...- ,,.,..
4:47.66 to win. seconds off the old BHS girls mark. i0
Also Jefferson long jumped 16-1 Mi Winning that event was Buchholz at $ |Kodak :i$6'i /
to win that event and Michelle 10:25 with BHS second. I IwAI
Kimutls captured the half-mile run Also, Bradford was 2nd In the mile
(2:43): and was second In the mile, relay, and 5th In the 440 relay mile 1.14 roUlt CHO/cS WBHg f t)Ssave aralgn ,.. :
while Dawn Hall was first In the shot medley, and distance medley relay, r wins e N
with a 29-4 put, and second In the and 6th In the shot put relay.
discus at 678.Highlight Of the mile relay BUS coach George
of the boys event was a 9.7 Loper said, "we.hould have won that save save save
I i 100 yard dash by junior Donnie sucker." Third runner Robin Jefferson ,'.1." /!+ 24% 1.88 33%
Banks, who was running for the first had the baton knocked out of her lt
time competitively after being Ineligible hand when she hit a hurdle that was CHARCOAL tll la. 1cc cieUEer No NaNacaeE Kit !NI'.
for the first two meets. That run left partially out on the track. By the aRIQUITa { ICI LID ? '
tied an 11-year old school record set time she retrieved the stick and took MSFl
by John Douglas 1972. BHS showed off again BHS was too far behind to t : :
t its strength in the sprints as catch Gainesville High. The 'Canes /$3 fr $4
sophomore Antonio Jones was right were clocked In 4:14: with BHS second cNOlcs
behind with a 9.8 clocking and Eric in 4:17.0.: weal Vs.14 (WAit II Ie wvRe 154 1
Lane ran 10.03 for third. Still). Loper praised Jefferson for
Banks also zipped to a 22.S 220 yard running a "tough race" and Hawkins
dash to win that event with Brad for her two sut>59 anchor legs. ,... _
Russell 3rd and Lane took the long Like the girls the Bradford boys had eave eave save '. saws care
jump with a 19-10 leap with Russell their best race In the sprint medley., 9 '
2nd at 1H! .. Robert Bellamy, Patrick Mills, Eric 2.88 Z3'ti 24% .a= 28 R 319. save save
Also, distance Lane, and Antonio Jones to 'OLOI 0" 0 INCH con o -
junior ace Curtis zipped a TRAVEL B"ASIIIf !PACK aOLUE '
ON 1.
Jones doubled with wins in the 880 (an 1:38.47 time to finish second to Santa AI" VER NUT BOWL SA7tER1Ee .OCKa
unpushed 207.36: and 2-mlle Fe's 1:34.8. Bradford was also 6th in
((11:0196): the long jump relay for boys. $3R ,s $31" 2/$ r ,3$2 OORW $1 0 wALAB0110RTE $6

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Olin's/Oldtimers Win Title
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In Men's Cage Tournament \, 37% 13% aonra. 249/ It 24% s 18% 1. '

PLArM3( h. 014.115110)4 pORTAe6. MEN'S I'
Olin's/Oldtlmers made up for a 'aria Touarwv tloxaaoeaaolhwNdH..mmIiak.J ;J and.. Pokes LIQUID ACID MINI PAN CAPS 1
fourth place finish In the regular
season league standings by taking all /
OUa/Oldn.a.aGrufen1 P. B..t,Winiinw t, C.2/$5ERB
the marbles in the Starke
mena Firry*, Smith 1.Crura t, Reed 4. Curter 4M .
jj I basketball league post-season tournament wt_BlY<4.Hudson,H Ctundrtr'.jKkxmId '
that finished up the season Mon- ,Hamp Chandler IV,E Chandler 4 ,
day night.
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Olin's topped regular season league Olti/n1Ma.n,... IS,William S,........ *. 'save eave up save save I
Smith I, Crum 4, seal 4, Hampton. S
55-37 champ! in the Jackson's semifinals Building Frazier Supply Bass __'a.1.._ N, Whit I,Kototlmn 13% H"- to 24% soN19% %
arAINLI9S, M Po SET $ave taw
hit for .,
16 points and then nipped the Ms-kI a.a Iy s.4. -- STEEL COPPER y 5EVERABSO R BLANK paoro '
Hawks 46-44 in the finals Monday. 8AUCII PAN ICE TEA GLASSES y CAeeTTS Al.ubl 1.88 18'K
Raymond Perry hit 9 points to lead a A.A..Ae(A.at..Oir-P.e.n.A*tm_n r- $ $
balanced Olm's/OIdtimers attack in A.imn'a WHIM a. GMMt S,Jackie 5, Slh.., $3 2 I .MOO. $5 OeNz '$4
the final. Donald Jackson and lamp ., Dyal. 11, KobUiwn 14, BUMU 7, Jorum 1. TouaeNns ouT oPPS i iwAe
Chandler led all with Thom I. .. P T 3 4T '
scorers 10 poIn"each a WAS I U weSE wAe a 41 wA a
Al twrai Prry tmOaan IS.Solnrn,Carter 1,
for the Hawks. Low t, riyrai. .,Thorn. *... sI.vveK savetsavet

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Night Excerclse showcase talents such a. ballet, gymnastics 4/$1 > r

: Classes Restart piano etc. being taught in the -. WAS S.aa WERa e/s Ve 'WAS Ere 6Y -' WISIS t
,r area. it i will not be an open talent
The night excerclse clauses taughtby show. All performers must be part oi save 48y mews save save
,. Starke Rec. Director fheryl Godwin a class' (individual or groups>> 21% 21% 1394 '20%
will restart Tuesday night March atriaAA OLaAr! -t' '
27, at the Old Armory. Both aerobic a as m.to.en/ -TOOTNPAIT!
and regular excerclse are used In the 4 aa.Spiry 4r "VAafI./NE! / a as sr MEN'S .MEN'S ,
classes. 2 Local Wrestlers !aa.Bead.e..ns.d U r oL s 15eis.. \ GSFOS SANOAI e

p.m.Advanced and beginning classes will classes start at at 5:3O 6-3O Place at MkWIeburg 12/$3 v$31 2/$3 j" $5 .

each Tuesday and Thursday evening. A !handful of 'Bradford High aN/RTS KNK 1 'TANK A
Cost is*8 for 10 weeks. "" .'Jers.e. to ,fors,
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went e/s.e WA8 e/S 7e CR 213 T a -W krs.T4 a srs ea wEm vz
ment At Mlddleburg High last I
weekend and two cam home with

a: Spring May FestivalSet 21 Here assistant medals.BHS graduate coach- at Danny the''Nugent school this, an When it comes to price we don't!kid around!

The date tor the Stark Rely year, won ,his weight class In the v.. _. ..
Department's Spring Festival he.been senior division. And u.-
moved up a weak. ,from May 3s. ,Donald sophomore 'Starke
was second to Chad 1225 *' ,: 11W.,Madison 61.
to 21.
May Croft of Oak In the Wept. school ,
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Artillery .Units Fire lOSmm Howitzers for the First Time Since World: War II


By Mark FrledllnCTtaft "These' guns are realty something! new for Camp!Standing." commented fire a 33lb. high explosive shell up to six and a half miles away in this case a
( Writer Capt. William DeCharme of the Winter Haven Guard unit. "Its been a long group of derelict trucks parked on the camp's gunnery range, which is located
I The roar of heavy artillery boomed out across the scrub pines at Camp Blan- time since we've had howitzer here with this combination of range and near the center of the sprawling, 77,000-sguare acre facility..
ding Saturday; for the first time there since the days of World War II, as live power." Residents don't have to worry about the prospect of lost sleep however,
units of the 116th National Guard Field Artillery Division began training sit the The howitzers that nearby residents will be hearing throughout the summer because before the firing began an extensive environmental and sound check
facility near.. Starka.. months as the guardsmen train barrels with a diameter of 105 millimeters and was run at the camp and at nearby Ktnglsey Lake to make sure the noise would
-- not disturb residents there.
i'.q,':\ : :' ,; '. ,. 1 Interestingly, the 105 millimeter howitzer was found to be less noisy in tests
,. :* -- I' '.. is+}. I ','.: I \ than the..2Ineh mortars which. ,until now,were the largest weapons fired at the
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DeCharme said. "Camp Blanding has great facilities and personal for training!
like this and we intend to take maximum advantage them "'''\Jewe're here.

According to Col. Frank' Person of State Military Headquarters in St.
Augustine the units would have had to transported to bases in Georgia and
MIssissipi if Blanding had not been available "

The soldiers stationed at the howitzer emplacements Saturday were dressed
y1 f fa In full' battle gear with camouflage fatigues, their faces painted In mottled
l ;'; browns and greens as they would be In a real combat situation. The guns
'''p"is I themselves were hidden, blending Into the scrub and palmetto covered landscape -
!r underneath a covering camouflage netting..

k r *,. ry ,"OK lets get one more round on quadrant five-nine-nlne" shouts a voice
underneath the netting next to the howitzer. "One round fire for effect..

3 3 1 At that moment the silence is broken oy multiple blasts as six gunners pull
I simultaneously on six rope firing lines. .
Roughly six miles away special observerswho( were perhaps a little braver
4 than the reporters and TV personel on hand) spot the falling shells and work
with the gunners back at the emplacements to .guide and improve their range.
Being up in the tall spotter's tower at the center of the firing range in a high
ir. wind .is not an assignment for the weak of stomach but it .is also the single best
vantage point to observe the falling shells as they impacted on the white sand.
The shells produced a muffled thud as they hit. and occasionally a shower of
sparks. one struck metal out on the heavily used target area.
Each two-and-a-half foot long shell consists of three parts including a brass
base a detachable cartridge filled with small bags of gunpowder and the
+ku M.. f+4:; warhead I itself, a deadly looking device that screws into the top of the shell! andean
set to explode at various setting, either slightly before or after the shell ac
'; {R yht tually hits the ground.
t fuses used hardened fortifications like
Delayed are destroying enemy concrete
pillboxes and gun emplacements. The delayed fuses allow the shells to
pass through the ceilings and walls before detonating damaging or destroying -
the equipment, or personel. Inside.
There are also different warheads available. Including those loaded with
i white phosphorus and fragmentation shells. White phosphorus is a particularly
deadly substance used extensively in Vietnam that ignites into a white hot fire
and burns furiously unitl it is completely gone, even when covered with water.
Fragmentation warheads feature a high explosive core tightly wrapped with
steel w re or bonded metal.The force of the explosion transforms this wrappinginto
deadly missiles which incapacitate and kill any enemy troops in its75squarefoot

radius. .
s In a real combat situation "forward observers", a military term for one of
the highest risk jobs in the army, are assigned to creep forward to observing
positions as close to enemy positions as possible to direct the. howitzers deadly
A highly trained gunner's crew; which consists of five men, can fire up to
b three rounds per minute into the target area. \
., Highly mobile despite their large size.teach howitzer weighs in at 4,960 Ib.s
tteaay each),the guns can be quickjy! towed into position\ to the !front by heavy t
Members bf t VheVlSiH:; National fJuari Artillery Unit: make heir preparations ramp mace i1/orid/ War ll but tests h.tft feUi them'b be quieter they some brI' trucks Cpmp'Iannng' J :" ,
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'- ... ._,..ie firs-me of i the .hie.J03 millimeter howitzers at a target *lte more than sbr,* the a mUr.imipim.iimlauljf: 1tr.- "r ,* is. t tiiroughout the summer months
mile. 40W1U'.nll.The guns ,are; the biggest and Meet.powerful. u b, fired at Ule a' the camp throughout! the summer nwnthss

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pmmunity ( New Corporation Has Roots: in Old BusinessBy I

Marcia Goodge Corbett, Herman Kimmons. James
BCT Staff Writer' Kiniard Stanley Rasnici Tim
'Schiller, Victor C..Union and Wanda *
ql 9r' :: Q. Take one expert mentor and advisor Wright. '
:. n I with 23 years of experience add Stanley Is the Boatworks "main
... one business whiz/salesman and mix :man.' and comes to them from
rJ.' .''. in a generous portion of. a crackerjack Hunter Marine in Alachua County.

.School; Events. ,0: ,. "' ; ,. boatmaker and what do you. get? Stanley chops the fiberglass mat that
Bradford Boatworks.
help hold the form of the boat.
toulhsldo sPelling Bee The Southslde Elementory spelling bee championship -* ;The brand-new corporation on Victor does all the woodwork a
will be held at the school: .Monday'morning. March 14, starting at 9 301-N has Its roots in a business that 'yery important part of the operation.
I a.m. In Starko., > started in 1970, called Grif fis and Sons Tammy is the secretary and keeps
.";. ; Fibre Glass Works. ''the books as> well as going to college
ar..k.i Elementary Spelling... Bee The rftli end.sixth grade spelling .boo will Woodrow.Grif fis, 'Sr., owned andoperated 1 part time.
bo held. an Thursday March 17. beginning! at 9 a.m.at.....school. Interested that business with the helpof You construct a boat from the outside
parents may attend : his son Woodrow "Junior", The In. "First. says Junior "We
business grew so large that it could no [paint In the mold with g.koat paint
Bradford Middle School\ Spoiling .... BMS will hold its spelling bee an Friday longer be operated efficiently as it so that when the boat comes out of the .

4; March 11. at 9 a.m. at tho. school.' .. v'. y. i ", >was so Woodrow and Junior. decidedto mold its already painted and waxed.' It" F
,: Incorporate. mold a y
"Once the dries we apply
tawtey Elementary. Spelling Bee The spelling bee will be)held at US on Frl--. "U it wasn't for dad we would never; thin coat of fiberglass. We take our
F day. March 11 at 9 a.m. !Interested parents encouraged: to attend. have gotten off the (ground" says time and work the air bubbles out and
Junior. Woodrow was the guiding then let It dry," he says. A sheet of '"
Hampton Hementary Spelling. Bee Hampton Elementary will hold Its spelling force that established the business in .thick fiberglass matting, called .. "" '" "
'.bee on Friday; March: 1 t at 9..m. at Hampton. Parents ore urged ta attend 1970 which formed the basis for the ,woven roving, Is applied and a sticky ;J'f. '
and .upport Hampton's. .pe....... ". '. corporation the three now own. 'resin binds it to the thin coat of chop- '" ..,., o- "
They brought in Randy Johns, .a "ped fiberglass roving that was applied -
KHHS Track M.NAt the new KMHS itadiun in k.it_ ,Heights. Como CPA with a firm in Jacksonville, and to the painted mold. 17 Years of Boatmaking Experience..,
poring against tha Indians. will be Toylor'. ...- and day. High. Events, they formed a new partnership and Then the boat is re-chopped, or "Junior" mixes paint to spray Into the mold. A fiberglass boat Is 'begin. at 3 p.m. the business is really growing. .more of the fibreglass matting and from the outside In. It Is painted first then the fiberglass Is appliedso
'" Why would a CPA want to go into that the boat comes out already waxed and painted when It ta removed
business building boats? "I felt it was Boats.... PJB) .
(See from the mold.
i...Local. Government Meetings an opportunity to accomplish more,to v

;' ......' city Caunclls hold. Its ,..,Iarnthly' meeting Tuesday night; actually musliM Its a product and" be a
''direct pert, of, production! says
i' :. ,March 15., ot Storke City l Hall. ( .*ir / ,R.' r

,- ? 'irWiMorJ School ..... holds Its regular monthly meeting Monday behind. WoOdrow'is the the ambition Junior and is drive the
r 'night, March! 21,,at;7 p.m., at the School Board office meeting room.Iredford skim and craftsmanship necessary to

build and Randy
a superior product
t County Zoning Boerdt holds Its regular monthly mooting.Tuesday< I the brains and business 'sense that
,, night. Mordi: Z9':.t1"30.p.; ", .,at Stark City !Hall., keep the business intact. -

t i ...:f;. Zoning Board1 nolciii. Its'regular; monthly meeting Thursday'night.. retail.Woodrow boat sales also and owns fiberglass and operates repair a

Mavcht. at 7:30: .rn..t Slarke City.Nall.d different
business, but this ta 1 an entirely -
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h. 1 ''''> business from Bradford Boat-,
d Public. Hearing ,In Keystone Helahtst will beheld. tonight at the city .hall by works. "Woodrow huj regional
Clay' County Comrnl.. ./ / m........ James Jett to discuss (road paving pro' a work.' ,
.,(, '/ reputation for fiberglass repair p
.Ions, "j .' ..t\': He doesn't work here with us day to
day.but he was the man with the ambition -
.. ,.,.;. ), to get the business started In

t ;....Clubs. and ''Organlzatlon >t.<_ ': \ : the The first Boatworks place," says primarily Randy manufactures
oa'hoW HolghM+ 'troop a* four versions of> the 14-foot
OM. Scows Gel ..... will by Kay tona
.svaral local,storas In the' .er.a on Prld':' \and ,Saturday. Stumpnocker II, but they also have a
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i \. and future
; ) a .13-foot Stumpnocker ,
.< tpplans include a 16-foct .
;, ., '*>Cultwrai Evontr.CoHMtlMoH. ," ,, I We're doing real well right now." ,
S..I\Istpow. say Randy 'We're satisfied with the t i i to y .?f
runs.IhAi.. .. e.d Tha Woman's. Club of i
thinw are going and we expect
March 1 20 way
Collectibles ''
''''11\I It Spring Show 4pnci Sole d Antiques ,' '. to get even better this sum "
3Or-N, i business
Mia Iradlord County folrgnwnds. US Highway c
"at.Hour*will bo from 10..m.to f p.m.an'Friday....SoWrdoy, and p.m..*.' pier Right. how.'they. are turning out Ii

yet 'II prM....,SundctA/ t t'odml..los' .. t.e will II-: charged.: .:,4,: ..about 10 boats a weak, but by the end
; '. : 'of to have attained
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their goal of IS boats a week.
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iM II llngra ..:.;.;...... PaAys'm.'Radioed County omni( lo t 'Konorina,.11"''''road foimon lion Ellrngtan with a party at WostomSioorsUak ,it's done.1 ao rainy 'wee;' *, 'get (;Bradford B"&Wofb' "Maid Man";.,, .
HousE In Start Tuosday night. March 22, starting at 7 p.m.?a attend Nina emp&oye.OW_ for the Boat.- Stanley ltaaalek sprays tile mixture resin sad chopped forass the basis oa which.. the other coats are bauX

,call' 944-oMO,usk. for;*'ma" -Rood, Oopartmwl- > r!.,and.,//alit with '-Secretary! Par work,, all of them Mnutt and County flhereJsss eats a beet at Bradford Boatwerka on 741-N.ThisStaaley came .to Bradford- -twone. from Haaler.

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',Thrill of"'t; Flying h' K" "..",Vrb.' ,, J rT" "\\1 J. rr : :t ::i""j!.

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": Florida distributor... S&. .
I I ,< } ". fWithout '" ,'',. Ashton M.Preseott of Uwty!s the dlstriDu4or' '(fo the..aewr,r' :. I

the, Expense: 4 Aerpe/at.,the economy minded" filer's.dream "II;/";.;,,'.;,';" ,

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by Linda Wharton small airplane would cost'the owner 'l w v.
Monitor Stan Writer somewhere In the neighborhood of !a( }_ -
Iff ttlrd. it's a plane- if* $40480. ,
definitely not SuperminiBut Prescott explained that the SAVERS
it was a strange ikeletal- Aerortat' has other advantages for the : -ri : L9 Super I'
looking frying apparatus hoveringover weekend flyer- fast knock: down and
Lake Geneva at Keystone set up time, about Vk-hour Thus
Heights around noon last Thursday.. enabling easy transporting and storing
To satisfy this reporter's curiosity, when not in use.
a call was made to the Keystone Airport Colorful wings make it easy to spot Admiral iT-- d,
to find out if the radio operator by other aircraft in the flight pattern,
had any Information pertaining to this Davis points out .\ ''Yr
strange flying object.It Wings are made of poly-dacron
was learned that this colorful, fabric with aluminum tubing. The Chest
open-air, one-seater flying object craft has a wing span of approximately \
made mostly of cloth and wire, that 33 feet, almost the same as a
looked like it might be one of Orville Cessna. The Aerostat 340 measures Freezer
Wright's flying machines,was pilotedby approximately 20 feet from nose to.
Ashton E[.Prescott of Lawtry.! tail, and weighs around 250 pounds.
.Prescott, distributor for this "It observes all Federal safety and
Aerostat 340, represents the flight regulations that normal air $
Aeroflight Flight Development, Inc. craft obseres," says Davis. 268. .
out of Mesa, Arizona which manufac- Until the Federal Aviation Agency
tures this relatively new aeronauticalitem. comes out with a new license, the 2
craft is listed as"home built" by the < i iI
"This was developed for the person FAA, and therefore, most of its eILW5 iI
who wants to fly ass hobby,but can't maintenance can be done by the I
afford the of owner,Prescott stated. .
expense a regular CLOSEOUTSMarch
airplane,"says Joe Davis, safety advisor Prescott also points out that before 2 DAYS ONLY FRIDAY & SATUHD -
at the Keystone Airport.In flying the craft goes through a preflight 11 & 12 1983 20.000 BTU 148 -
cost comparison, the Aerostat safety examination, much like "!j, ,Unwanted Maytar '
sells in the neighborhood of$4,800,op- regular airplanes.The t. .
posed to $25,000-130,000 for a small craft flies a normal traffic pat- All Smith & Wesson 30,0005111'158 America'sAutomatic
airplane. In gasoline consumption, tern, but 500 ft.lower than the larger I),
(three gallons per hour) on an after- planes. Davis says the plane will not Hand ij 40,000 BTU *178 N l''
noon of flying tune, there is no com be flying in winds over 20 mph. Guns/- : Unvented
arisen. "It is really for a calm,clear day of .
One 4.7 gallon gasoline tank recreation,"says Davis. i '
I situated right behind the one-man Davis says he foresees no problemswith Magic Chef' or W.sher",
seat on the Aerostat, will take the the small craft as far as interfering 10 % I -
craft 100 miles at a cruising speed of with other aircraft at the localfield. .- \ Tappan
50 mph while the same flying time in a over dealer cost --=::-
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!: Asthma Program BeginsA Ruiger Charter Arms $ 2 7 7 Gas or Range Electric $ 5 0''off

Family Asthma Program for process and coping strategies in deal Under Cover ,
children with asthma and their ng with problems associated with Super Single1Six '
parents beginning Tuesday,March asthma.
8, and continues for March 15,22 and A special feature to the program is BlueStainless Now Filling L.P Tanks
: from 7-8:30 at the Jessie
.j 's Pont Ball Auditorium p.m. of the Baptist Duthe This separate section parent allows and for child more section open Steel 38 SpecialTHE I at our W. Madison St. Office,in Starke
Medical Center in Jacksonville. ,
The four-session program sponsored the discussion children for parents and activity for 22/22 Mag Mon.-Fri. Sat. 8-12 Noon

the by the Baptist American Medical Lung Center Association and- There will be a$3 fee to defray costs $1g9 5, ,$15915
: the Florida Junior College is geared of materials. To register, call the BUY QUALITY BUY SAWYER
I toward children ages 6 to 11 and their American Lung Association at
I. families.The program is designed to '743-2933 or the Training and Develop-
provide both parents and child with a ment Department of the Baptist
clear understanding of the disease Medical Center at 393-2870

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c=o :::: U.S. 301 South
It is estimated that most automobile trip In the United 904/964-7855/ Starke, 964-7701 332 W. MadisonJ
Stabs are under 6 mil*.

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Is Civil Defense a Thing of the "


Past in Bradford County? ..

By Marcia Goodge citizens wilt let the government officials tn the meantime, what can concerned htrn
BCT Staff Writer know Uit-y are concerned,then"things citizens do?' They cart take the !
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Civil defense may be dying In Bradford can be done. responsibility for their safety' into
"I don't blame the
County".the cause or death? county government their own hands. ?
Apathy, for dropping( the program. I can Jerry Thompson has done exactly it
,Citlzens.re no longer as concerned understand the austerity of local this. Me and his family have become d
yt: \ with civil defense aa they used to be government" when it comes to civil what are known as "suvivailsls". One n
'4. and the government on the local and defense says Dalzell. typo of survivalist half received a Ir
national level, also reflects that at. Without public concern for civil great deal of adverse publicity lately, r '. Sri ill
-r titude. defense. the county government; has but that is only one type, says Thompson. "- r
,/i "The Soviets put funds on other priorities such as .
spend $3.9 billion '
f the roads department "The survivals! movement is one
year on civil defense;we spend about ,
$110 million of individuals doing for themselves
In the U.S. The preparetack -
County Program Plan what the should be
of government doing
;/', are simple but the a logistics nuclear: are Made Available to CountyA for the nation as a, whole,'' says f i-

;,. a bloody nightmare. The government program of county requirements Thompson
; will do only enough to appease! those' has been worked up by the regionalcivil Irr
S vocal but defense' It includes the. Four Survivalist Types
[ people, they don t do enough area. 11
7 Jr the public," says Bradford County following requirements: 1) An an- "There are four types of
; Civil Defense Director Jerry Thomp- nual paper stating the accomplishments suvivallsts. They are: 1) People woo' i Y4..; tln
son. over the past year store food supplies only. 2) A more IeIe
According Thompson) Bradford and the intentions of the program for advanced type who store food, fuel,
$j County's Civil Defense Program ex- the coming year, to Improve their clothing some medical supplies as
5? lilts only on paper. capabilities to cope with disaster. well as light-duty hunting supplies,"
4 "The state wants me to make up 2) An emergency operating center, says Thompson (ir,
*.., paperwork and put it In the filing or a location where the county com 3) An extremely advanced type, of
'J' cabinet. mission meets with the 'which Is member" he-
From there on out it's simply county health my family a ,
a cover-your-rear operation, People and public works department heads, says "We have a program patternedfrom Bradford County Civil Defense Director, Jerry Thompson...
: may die and property may be etc. Bradford County does not have the Mormon Church Food Thompson U In charge of communications for the .
?;', destroyed, but we have the plans," he one unless you count the courthouse Storage Program and we actually, county In addition to having been reappolnted as CD enough In civil defense to appease those vocal people,
:n. says. which Is not a qualified fallout practice It. In addition, there are director In January. "The government will do Just but not enough for the public," he says.
shelter according to Dalzell. stored medical supplies, a heavydutyrifle
:;;: Bradford CD Is Not Funded 3) A comprehensive emergency and small hand arms for. each of ---
plan for ,both nuclear attack and the family. ....
The ..
K county receives no federal .
4 is "There Is additional In
,; funds for the civil defense peacetime emergencies required. training
4 Funds are awarded on the basis program.of a under nuclear attack,, both im- radiological defense, with monitoring'instruments
; formula that takes into account the mediate measures and longer-term' In place and communications
'", size and location of the county. The detailed measures'are. a necessary Instruments protected from
formula la based on a matching part of the plan. electromagnetic pulse (this occurs
as well, which means that process the Under peacetime emergencies air when a nuclear bomb Is exploded in
program-has to be in existence and evacuation plan is required. A the atmosphere and interrupts the "
, allocate funds to the county. so that people will know what equipment he says. ,
There are several natural disaster and supplies are available to be "Why is'all this necessary?" asks {G ,
shelter congregate care centers in the used* in emergency situations. Thom,"Because the type three Is J.171J'ctfng;,
< county these are primarily church 4) A radiological defense plan re- faces the facts as they
and school buildings because they quires a radiological monitoring exist. We will not deny our childrenthe
have the capacity for feeding largegroups system so that the level of radiation in food and shelter that they have.
of people.Insufficient case of nuclear attack can be tracked.A already sacrificed for.: '
report of the mobile capacity is also '"4) These' are the 'types' of in- ,'
Fallout Shelters required. This usually falls to the dividuals or groups that nightmares' r< 45r'rf.
Sheriff's department or the fire are about. They are storing nothing .' wti
However, if the public should need a' department since they have mobile but weapons and military supplies. sA"r
i, refuge from fallout,"There are only a operating lystems. They will take from others what is
few really decent public shelters, Also under:! this part of the plan, are desired.Not only are they extremely
'? that's dead center of the courthouse inventories of radiological equip- dangerous, but they are the publicity-
':,, and inside the bank vaults;!' says ment. "We (the regional area) have grabbing type and the Survivalist
} Thompson.) 50 sets of these instruments, but I movement's blackeye," be says.
l ''I "In a survey taken In, the early don't think Bradford County ,has "Should nothing happen then 'we
r ,1960's there were 19 fallout shelters In any," say Dalzell. are:ahead of Inflation. When the CARPET IS ?
Bradford Count" says J.W. Dalzell The last section of this part of the crunch hits we as individuals do for PRACTICALMost ers
! director Fla. regional civildefense plan requires a communications ourselves what the government has
: area. Most of these have been center of operations.'This is a place not done."
\ torn down or allowed to decay. that trained people can keep track of Thompson has one-third of his consumers purchase
$ Duval County has an active civil' Information that Is necessary for the house wired for generator switch carpeting because it is beautiful.
t defense program but it Is also a high government and the public to make over. His family is prepared to"toughit This Is true, but carpeting is also
risk area. "If a nuclear attack should decisions about their safety. out" at home if a disaster occurs or very practical. It not only covers e aGarden'
occur some SM.ooo people .will be 5) A fallout shelter system Is also if the lights go out for a day or so. your floor, but serves also to insulate
evacuated into 12 counties west of required 'In this plan. Emergency They also have plans to eventually and absorb sounds. You
Duval. About,42,400 people will be shelters can be built by the populationin move out of their Saratoga Heights will notice quite a difference in
routed Into Bradford County. What as little. 13 hours but If radiation home to' property where they will noise levels after carpeting your
'' are they going to do with. them?" asks from fallout is measured at 4,000 have the resources to build a fallout home.
, h Dalzell. ranklns per hour, a wait of 13 hours shelter.
Noise in the home is
"The shelters available In Bradford pollution Azalea
-, could be dangerous. "A measurementof Favorites Camelia,
County will not even house the population v especially noticeable since most
600 ranking per hour can be lethalto Everyone Should Prepare
f t1 already here," he says. the population Is sustained over a that homes are equipped with a WEED & FEED Hibiscus. Gardenia

1 I *Natural.Disasters.: ... p" .''''' "' II..",. P': nelwll -.makVaiima.sortJiLiaaparatlnns Thompson suggests everyone'the fnr,. .;number of noise-making devices-, .T,._....,,.23..s.tO:: ,__ _, _"". ,,_-FERTILIZER' $
I' 8) The most necessary part of the possibility of a disaster, nuclear "
; Truly Disasters plan la community Involvement. "The or natural, and have drills as some' televisions,
, 1 Civil defense U not Just for nuclear position of civil defense director is a families do for the possibility of fire i record players, and other similar Zinc for' ANT KILLER
I attacks. In cases of disaster such as, 24-hour fob," says Dalzell. The director A lot of the preparations are common- 1 appliances which are so popular PECAN TREES Flea & MosquitoDust
t the time few years ago when the gas needs the whole-hearted supportof sense but under disaster situations 1 today.
storage area on Edwards Road burned the population if the program Is to people do not always use their highest Don't hesitate. There Is no bet-
the civil defense program was succeed level of common-sense. ter time to carpet your home than
responsible for evacuating people and people take the attitude of
Many right now. Come to our shop and
providing shelter for those! who were Plan Not Used In Bradford"The assured destruction, says select from our vast inventory of Centipede, Bermuda, Sprayers, Dusters
I' evacuated problem .is that nothing has people do survive '
'The people1' of Starke are the happened lately to bring the attentionof nuclear attack It is estimated that Carpet Grass Bahia Garden Tools
luckiest people in the world that those the population to the necessity of the U.S. will have 60 percent casualty carpets.Teal Tile GRASS SEED All Garden Seed
33,000 gallon tanks did not blow up," civil defense," says1' Dalzell. rate in a nuclear war, but the Types
says Dalzell. However getting Interested in supporting U.S.S.R., because of their extensive & Carpet
"In1' 15 years no tornado has hit the program after something civil defense programs,will have only '
Starke but what if one did?" asksDalzell"There does happen may be too late. a 10 percent casualty rate. .* 131 N. Cherry St. Alligator Creek Ranch Inc.
are no warning sirens "In the case of nuclear war, U will : ,
I in Bradford County that !know of." Survivalist Movement is be' the country who recovers'' the \< 1 Starke, Florida 301 S. Starke. 964-6973
"None of the,reinforced: buildings In One, Answer to Problem quickest that will be victorious.' ,,' 964-7423 r
I! Starke would survive a direct hit from rt...' For'' All Your Lawn & Garden Needs
j that Is' ,
.a tornado buViitmy opinion .
not the biggest hazard. Go out and sit .

t by SOl sometime and count the Special wit MS. Pat King
number of trucks carrying hazardous ,
materials like propane or hydrous March 10 thru March 19

ammonia."If you "really he saysj anevM: get,scared, .Quality OK'Used Cars

I sometime gef down to the railroad .20 /o Off All Hair Services'wttb. cwpon miy LOOK 'LAKE
tracks and; watch the train cars go by
I that are marked hazardous and then = Looking Glass to 81 Caprice 4 Door Sedan
look at the tracks vibrate In and out of r SMCM runt, i Equl'piMnt ..'6488
the ground. We hope It never happens '
I but what if one of those can Is derailed Styling Center
? It would make mess out of that Appt.Tfc4-HAIR Chevrolet Olds 78 Dodge Adventure PU. .'1188
whole section of town/;' says Dalzell. '
? Tuesday thru '

jjii":: : Can Dalzell for Docs County"As All He DOWN with HIGH PRICES 78A E O :S>'3388

Tm here I will do sill
long as i 79 Monte- Carlo
f can to help," he says, "I will call in Multi Mile Tit CrrtM. Tip., AT. AC..54$38
,V assistance and help with the damage
J surveys, but there Is no substitute for : $ 0 0
y county Involvement. The county 'IJ' 6 8 8 8 79 Corvette .
", T 4 government Is responsible for the h> 'J } AiMrtu'l "'ry kw iMit cw.MUSt See
,j safety of the citiZens and it they upreine' iee

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fits and positions the seats. Once the Brake Job f I C 8'I.IS Hatchback Coupe; '.
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Colette fibreglass them In. II''" $ 79.95 ,VI, AT, AC, 11.000 man

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machine sprays
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,I. Page sB March I*. 1M3

I Inmate Gerald Stano Sentenced to Three Additional. Life Terais

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'. A Florida State Prison inmate,who fessed to as many as :23 additional The body of Barbara Ann Bauer Steno reportedly' told !police>> that he Gerald Stano will never walk the offered (liUle,problem did not since the U. s.
IB- murders. was found near a Keystone landfill in had killed four to six most, Supreme Court. give full approval
.6 .. : already:Hl" IIII'three consecutive women a year streets "He Is the strangest, the ...In
for tatement
c ',: '1 Me prison sentences for murder,was Stano admitted to two 1973 murdersIn April, 1974. Bauer 17 of New Smyrna since 1969 which would run the total bazaar of criminals I have ever. had of the
\. : .' sentenced Monday to three additionallife Gainesville. Ann Arccnaux. 17 and Beach was last seen Sept. (, 1973 in a up to 44 or more. contact with," said Elwell. Florida death the murder.penalty"until 1974, a
.i.', sentences for the murders el three Canine Llgotlno 19, were brutally Holly Hill shopping center He was first arrested in April 1980 "Bradford County Sheriffs Office year after
stabbed and left In an abandoned for a non-fatal. subbing of Daytona did the case Both "When steno was first brought Into
girls In Bradford and Atacbuacosm: The first clues In the Bauer murder a a good job on
ties In 1973.Gerald lumberfield near the 1000 block of came after Stano- was sentenced for Beach prostitute, Stano tried to cut Sheriff Dolph Reddish and Investigator my office on August 23, 1982, he gave
.. Eugene Stano plead guilty Waldo Road In Gainesville. Their the Volusia murders and authorities her, she got away and later identified Don Denton used good a 85 page Denton typed.and confession I he He convinced
: to three counts of first-degree murder bodies were found March 21. 1973. noticed the similarities with the him and he won arrested. judgement In their handling of Stano. had killed
'. and was sentenced by Circuit Judge LIgotino of Clintondale N. V had Bauer murder. Stano was questioned For eight years the case In Bradford-
'.;. John J Crews to a.minimum.of SO ,been stabbed 13 times. Arcenaux of and confessed to the 1973 murder in Similarities In the stab wounds Alachua Counties were unsolved Un Bauer. He told us how her hands were
,".'. .. more years to be served in addition to Silver Spring Md. was stabbed five August of last year. with those found on the body of a ill Stano was sentenced In Volusia and tied what kind of clothing she had on,
the prison terms Stano began snrving times. According to Investigator Don Denton woman found several weeks earlier the sheriff's office noticed the, the color of the letters on her T-shirt
In September 1981. Neither girl had been sexually ,Slam gave details of the murders were noticed by the authorities and simularities in the unsolved caw and which said Ohio State and what
Between 1909 and 1980 Stano claimshe assaulted. only the "murderer" could know./; the Investigation began Into several the way the girls were killed In the Jewelry she wore. Time were things
killed ar many as 35 women In murders In that area.Stano confessed cases that Stano was sentenced for, only the man who killed her could
l ... Florida, most of them hitchhikers or The girls were apparently transients Steno a former motel ,clerk and to those murders and also to a seriesof we had no clues. Especially in the have known," said Elwell. .
:: prostitutes. He also claims he killed who earned pocket money sell- cook from Ormond Beach has also' murders that centered around a Bauer case where the partical remains -
two In New been implicated in 11 murders in that of Dale extremely difficult to
1/: women Jersey Ing flowers on the street corners. It strip Mabry Highway in Tam were
":' Authorities interviewing Stano are took the police a week to learn the victims area. Authorities believe he could pa. The bodies of six women were identify we were relieved to have!. "Somewhere down the line when
.. '.. quick to point out he. is not always Identities. Three months after become the deadliest mass murderer found in different spots of the area Stano confess. Stano Is tried for other murders he
s ". truthful. the murders. State Attorney Gene in the country all of his confessionsare after they mysteriously disappeared "Only after Denton spent time interviewing had confessed to and the case meets
i .' Inmate Stan,'32. .Is currently serving Whitworth said that the absence of Vertified. from that area between 1973 and 1977. Stano did he indicate he all the criteria for the death penalty,
.. three-consecutive life terms for any clue from street sources In- At this time Stano has confessed to Assistant State Attorney Thomas might be willing to co-operate if we offered the murders Stano Is now serving
til :. the slaying of three girls in the dicated the killings had been done by local authorities. as. many as 25 to 35 Elwell said he felt the sentences were concessions'such as not asking time for him will" be used as evidence
VoJuaia County area and recently con someone with no ties to Gainesville. """C.3: in F1 fair and appropriate Insurance the death penalty, 'said Elwell."This against said Elwell.

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News Brief ;


f Busted Store Window Lawtey Man ArrestedAt suspended, according to Trooper. Kenneth under the jurisdiction of Judge

Needed a Pair.of Boots Ethridge. Crews. SentencedTimothy
Starke Holiday Inn Kirchaine -
Rodgers was stopped driving a 1971 Newham was transferred last
Clarence Dewayne Bowen, 19, of One man was arrested when Starke Plymouth stationwagon on US301. Thursday March 3, according to
Starko was arrested and charged with police were called to settle a disturbance Bond was set at $200. Rodgers was Sheriff Dolph Reddish.
,....... burglary-petit theft March 5, according at the Holiday Inn March 3. released on a surety bond. (rchalne Is long overdue for i
to Lt. Eston Mosher. .James Allen Norman of Lawteywas Dennis W. Dicks 21, of Lake City FliP Arrests Two was found to prison" according to Assis
During the early morning hours of arrested and charged with throw was arrested March 5 and charged For PossessionTwo burglary State Attorney Thomas Elwell
Itt'IJ'' March 4, the window in the front of ing projectile into a vehicle, according with driving while his license. was Judge John J has had two felony conviction
the Starke Shoe Repair was broken to Lt. Eaten Mosher. Norman suspended. Starke men were arrested ear- Klrchaine he served time and there
and a pair of boots was stolen, A and Frank Pendarvls apparently Dicks was stopped driving a 1979 ly Wednesday after they were stoppedfor years on the at least two burglary cases In '
Juvenile was arrested and charged tried to start a fight with two black Mercury on SR-100 eight miles west a minor traffic Infraction, according charge and County we feel sure he wu i
with the theft but released the next males (Army sergeants) who came of Starke according to Trooper W. D. to Florida Highway Patrol of grand In but could not prosecute :
day when Bowen turned himself Into Pendarvis Langston. Sargeant Barber. make re ".. uuufficent evidence. This
Into the lounge. pulled a
the police department wearing the knife and said he was going to cut Bond was set at $300. Dicks was Dennis James Starling 19, Rt. 1 receive charaod."X there was a camera In the store I
stolen boots. somebody according to the police released after he posted a surety Box 119 and John Roland Luke. 23, served. could be identified on film and I
-- Bond for the charges was set at report. When the two men started to bond. P.O.Box 472 were arrested at approx- Tho state a Juvenile to testify against ';
$2,000 Bowen was released on his. own leave Norman threw a rock into the imately 1 a.m. March and charged ford County Kirchalne seems to have a com 'I'
A recognizance. U.S. Army vehicle the men wore driv- Lucinda Bee Threet of Hampton with possession of more than 20 chalne to shop alone We feel the best
grams of canmbus according to for him is in "
was arrested March 7 and charged bery of a prison. said
Man Ing.Neither of the two men who are on with driving with no valid driver's Trooper W. D. Langston. but he had I
Hampton Charged Starling faces additional charges of
was transported
duty at Camp Blanding license.Threet was stopped on US-301 be located. to the ;
With Grand Theft wanted temporary to charges said and Market Rd, driving a 1980 Ford person engaged in a criminal offense- last Medical Center in Lake
: : truck according to Patrolman having a weapon and possession of arrested and March 7.
:::; Mosher. WayneWilkerson. I
I '= Wyatt Eugene Gardner 25, of drug parphenilla.While .
arrested March and Bond for the charge was set at
Hampton was the
Dodge pickup was
Bond was set at $50. Threet i
2000. Norman was released on his was
= with grand ,
charged theft-possession
I released after she posted cash bond. stopped during a routine traffic stop
: !;.";\ according to Investigator Don Den- own recognizance and told to stay the trooper observed one of the occupants
;:.:: away from the Holiday Inn. hiding a object. Further Investigation
: ... ton.Gardner Willie Lee Davis 22, was arrested _
was charged taking revealed contraband and
March 2, and charged with driving
feed mill which was the property of Two ArrestedIn the two were arrested said Langston. ,-
,i, with no valid driver's license, accor -iii Any
.Robert L. Dodd.- March 5 AffrayTwo ding to Deputy Sammy Eunice. Bond for the charges against Start WHOLE
:=: Bond was set at$2,000.Gardner was ing was set at $4500. Luke's bond for
Bond for Davis was set at $157.50.
i released on a surety bond. Starke men were arrested possession was set $2,000. Starlingand Room
He war released the next day when he
after caused distrubance by
they a
: Luke were released on their own House
ae LB Man Charged fighting at Debra's Country Kitchen paid a $54.20 fine. recognizance.
March 5.Johnny. Court Sends NewhamTo :
1 Sf?.( Writing Bad Checks A. Lee and Arthur B. Norris State Hospital & Hall
both with
were charged affray according $59Q
Martin Henry Carlton 42 of Lake to Patrolmen Willie Searcy and David Newham has been' declared Morrison GuiltyOf Tw1495
: Butler was arrested March 6 and Jimmy Epps. incompentent and found not.guilty BatteryDavid
charged two counts of writing bad Bond was set at $250. Both men and aquitted qf the charges of viola
',; checks The checks Marion Morrison found
drawn was
were on were released after they posted sure- tion of Circuit
1 2 the Hawthorne Bank in the amount of ty bonds. Court probation John Monday.J Crews.by guilty of aggravated battery by Circuit
1350 payable to Judge Judge John J Crews Monday and
,-= Pantry Pride according After examination Gainesville Additional
':':j:: to Deputy Paul Stegall. Four Charged With a sentenced to serve one year in the
concluded Newham -
-H: Detainers psychiatrist was Bradford County jail. Sofa"Furniture
are placed against Driving-No License legally Insane at the time of his viola- '
':... Carlton for outstanding warrants in The sentence is to run consecutivelyto Room
4, .'Marion,' DaTOIUMc .. 1 lt ;' "lutilr"" people" were' charged with .tion of probation charges and is now! the sentence.. Morrison Is now serv : .1i ..:
,,- ...,. I ? 2ftM'.EfS. \! \\\I\,' ..,. n.,r with ncvUcense' last week, ,In. '':idly,inaane.accordiggtigourt, : ingat .th.-Rece timr-'and -MedicalFtpiB."es"t'f ;;, .! ,t'ftjl;; 95
er r .11
'' : C/ftck cttn e jw v F \'Z'rIJ :r-- *Crewethetnaeisand i ... But'Rl1'iJr.JaJ'l7t' .. it y 1
: ,.::;r set at $900. Carlton was released on has ordered Newham committedto .M"'di 1"'fSt/t""Na..atflltl'1: / "''ItCtbF"'frif"
: .I his own recognizance and turned over Fletcher W. Rodgers of Hamptonwas Florida State Mental struck William Lee Newham Jr., on $'fg9tf' :
Hospital at
to Union County who have a 1981 war- arrested March 5 and chargedwith the head with a bottle July 24 in the "We
': :-V rant for him. driving while his license was Chattahoochee. Newham will remain, Bradford Square parking lot. Also
-.' .., f Clean Drapes"Flcdda

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I Brothers Get 5 Years f Sally's This '&( That *S .1

Ray Thomas Bell and Terry Bell of Carpe.aning
ordered to make resitution of$147.05,
50 E. Main St. Lake Butler Q+
Starke before Circuit Judge .
appeared pay a fine of $250 plus $1250 sur t.
John J Crews foe arraignment Monday charge. 4962200Specializing'' 't- & Dye 'fco. k!

morning apnjpvere sentenced to September, 1982,Ray Thomas and i ,
serve five years with Florida Department Terry broke into Kentucky Fried In 7823559OPEN [
of Correction!) Chicken in Starke and took '
Terry Bell 25, was-found guilty of $300 worth of food (rolls Russlai,> ,11aM 'i
( grand theft and sentenced to five chicken breast strawberry shortcakeand :
S fl facllanlCuaisltead
years In DOC and a $250 ordered fine plus to $12.50 make corn on the cob). Terry has beenin Punch Embroidery a + 6 A ( ,... .. !1<, )
Bradford County jail since his arrest
::5 resitution of$147.05. Bell will be given Sept. 4. "
credit for Jail time served (54 days). The Bells were transported to & Gifts =

Ray Thomas Bell 21, was sentenced Reception and Medical Center in ....... .......,..-....--- '.J, .
to five years in DOC for burglary. Lake Butler on Monday. f'",T, Q tJas.J llfi .

II .P da B

Hunting on \\Meat n Store
Skyline\i r _HliiIJiM!

Public Roads : .. k/1 ffv' 19 d 1 msR =d

m t OPEN 8:30-7 ....=
Home Center Inc. def. M. .'(nsq

i Regulation s US 301 North Starke, Floric, I fIf Food Stamps Welcomed: 964:3290:

I Stark .
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Tallahassee Responding to a gr1 _- 964-4414 i e I'' : : I Quality RtohU Reserved
ing concern among hunters and non- "
hunters the Game and Fresh Water ':" ,P"1''r..1: :
Fish Commission has taken steps to 1983 ;\.J .,, _- USDA Choice Heavy Western Beef
alleviate the problems caused from :'. .
r= hunting public road rightsofways.At SINGLEWIDE"J '; Et Blade Chuck 99

its meeting here Friday the five- f Boast ,,. . ?..
approved in principle 2 Bedrooms ,
S a regulations making It unlawful to 39
take or attempt to take wildlife by a -1 BathS '" 7 Bone Cut ChuckRoast.1t.si; :
yep' gun "upon along or on the right-of-
= way of any federal state or county Paneled Cathedral Ceiling S' .
t-s road whether paved or otherwise" or .g'00 Shoulder Roast $49
52" Reversible 3 Fan f7
Speed Ceiling .
to display or use a gun in a manner (*, .*., .. .
= capable of taking wildlife along public C Furnished w/hook-up.. set-up delivery ,
::= roads. Ground Beef.- $1' 9

a The use of the term "gun" In the :. ... .... .1.. ..,. ."..... ,
:::Brantly 790 Down 109 month
t:1:: er (i4.sv.ApRt) Short .. $
RibsBonetess ,139
sion explained covers not only .. ..:,. ...,. ",'. .:.. :rf.; .w ire;'Y .L 1
shotguns pistols and rifles but also '
I among other Items crossbows and '
any device capable of mechanically Stew usl: f. $119

propelling an arrow, spear or other The .. ., J'It.. I
projectile.Brantly. ,; ': : ; ;

; :: said the action was taken GARDEN RESTAURANT .EI.. Praffitarn. Fryer '. .
because present state statute has -sa. 4,, f ,,

Current been insufficient laws speak to curb to the the illegality problem.of 800 N. Temple Stake' r ". Leg uarter$ .' ,..,.\.i.-.lO"F""PaIl'. ,I. $5.90
= discharging a firearm over any paved NIGHT SPECIALS i CutUpFtmiryPak {;"? .rt't. I. .. '
1'" (1'
public road and reouires an officer to Genuine' Broiled Red Snapper.-.Ao'6.95' "' ... _
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= actually see a violator discharge a .1. "* ,... ...
12 j "-' '''*,rf ., t'''.. ','-l'o.3 .
5.:. firearm before making arrest. oz. Broiled Boneless Strip Steaki.1 ,,, ,"J..8.95 .. .. '
;. ';it* B Camp Red Hat ; I,'. .. i.S i.
tt :: "Whether or not a hunter actually SATURDAY W6HT SPECIALS .
F? t 'J"f' "- ,, I' I ') i" ,'
: bunters discharges with a high-powered gun the appearance rifles and of Bacon Wrapped Filet Mignon fees'rilttlwueaeoeesauce' )/.;.7.95'Roast : aus 288". II_" ...,. .. .'... ." ,. ... .,.'..t.."....'!j..'.+'hl., ... gl'

shotguns lined up on public roads has, Prime Rib of Beef OXta'191 "', ',' .... $129
Aujua..t. .; ;. ; .6.95 . .' '. "1' "
I for some time created adverse reaction .d > '1' .. t t., '" (.Ii,. .. t."I .. ... .
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from non-hunters. landowners O a.o.. Baked Chicken Denver 9lyle. '" -, .,;: K". '- I',,I ..",'fIt.... fl..','. ..,

and"A ether recurrent'hunters",message JBrsntly,that said.{'w''.; : .s i Dressing.flounder.,. .,. ... .:. *3.73 Lamb BMHwt fried: -#,.;.f.sjVar' ..,\. !y{ ,(\ st3; -95 'f-t', Die. 6a". .to"'i'.........44' ,*;\1.1\Mn't\/tI"Inl", 1 1'1''I' "I' 99 C

1S.E received from citizen at the recent! c.t.Broiled Country 1/4 Steed ., "
b ld>jrHi e6Wiaii-. ? y;.. w/CreoleS.uce.. ..f.- ... *3,75 Steatfc: 'U -iPY:4" j *. ..?'...* ....,...,411.,.vf 3.7$ $ "

sloe this problem.was a plea" said|s eto Brantly.eta& about I ,...t'' ... ,Alt above served with.. choice or two garden fresh Mwv v.-., ."i....*...,,fcl. .c..U ai.4- com bread, Pork LwfMi. ...*. .' .:." ; ., ,;'::.a _'" .h''.,lit.. > .le3f


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Obituaries.J8 ::1:1II

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Jimmy Allen Deese Iness Born in Chattanooga, Tenn. on Born and raised In Steubenville, he Society of Daughters of American. also a member of the Free It Accepted do
"< I',' J Maateriimmy Allen Oecoe, age 2 Feb. 28, 1900, Mrs Howard moved to owned and operated his own Insurance Revolution Masons. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs.
84tHa i 'J" months,of Starke; died Tuesday morning the Keystone HeiRhtn area 2 years company until his retire- Survivors Include one son, Kay Survivors include his wife Mrs:An- .Mildred Teston Brown of Orlando;
,l"tir '"'0 March 1 at Bradford Hospital, ago from Miami.Fl. She was a retired ment. Mr. Dornbusch was of the Bap. Graham of Lake Butler; one na Louise Decker; four sons, Robert four daughters Helen Connie, Faye
"x Inc., of a Hidden illness. ,Born In court clerk from Hamilton County, tist faith. daughter, Mrs. Shirley Rtherd of Decker, Jr. of Merritt Island,.Dean and Marlene Brown one son, Dwight
II Gainesville Fl., on Dec 6, 1969 Tenn. and was a member of the St. Mr. Dornbusch: Is survived by his Daytona Beach; one sister, Mrs. Ad. Decker of Miami,Earl Decker of Cob Brown; one sister, Mrs. Helen Brown
olniis i1103 '" Master D eM had lived In Starke Elmo Methodist Church In Chattanooga nephew Dale G.Dornbusch of Bloom- die Roberts of Jacksonville, four orado Springs, Co., and Richard and eight grandchildren.
: "isiav 'f .',since his birth and was a member of Tenn Ingdale, Ohio.Funeral grandchildren and four great Decker of Cape Canaveral; one Graveside services *.vere held
119111 ._, the Baptist faith.Survivors services were, held Tuesday grandchildren sister, Mrs. Ethel Natovlna of Hara- Wednesday March 9 at 11 a,in. at
; Survivors include two daughters
Include his Ind. and six grandchildren.- Lawtey Cemetery with Rev. Lloyd
parents, March i, at the graveside In mon.
Clarence W. and Charlotte Griffta Mrs. Catherine Mortillaro of Rivervlew Cemetery with Archie Funeral services were held Sundayat Graveside funeral services will be Kersey oIflctati.... Burial was In
",, 0 Deese of Starke; a sister, Miss Syba Keystone Heights Mrs. Mary H. Tanner Funeral Home of Slarke In S p m. in the First Baptist Church held Friday, March 11, at 2 p.m. In Lawtey Cemetery with Archie Tanner
,nol 1.> J. Griffis of Starker paternal grand-- Worley of Birmingham, Ala.; two charge of arrangements.Mrs. of Lake Butler with Rev. Melvin Paran Cemetery in Grandin with Funeral Home of Slarke. in charge of
Robert L.. Howard Jr. of :
flirt: i iJsriw parent, Earl and Delorlis Deese of sons, Owen officiating. Burial was in Dekle Rev. Hence Allen officiating. Jones arrangements.
.' Jacksonville; and ,maternal, grand Frankltnton, La., John N. Howard of Cemetery under the direction of Archer Funeral Home of Keystone Heights is
Tenn. brother John E. Nan GrahamMrs.
Chattanooga ; Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
mail' !) parents, James and Mac Griffis of in charge of arrangements.
biua red Starke. Born of Chattanooga Tenn.; 9 grandchildren Nan Graham, U, of Lake
Graveside funeral services 'were ; 3 great grandchildren.Funeral Butler,died Friday night March 4, in Clarence H. Brown Sr. card of ThanksThe
HI; held at 3-30: on Thursday March services were held at 2:30 the North Florida Regional Hospital Robert E. Decker Sr. Clarence H. Brown, Sr., 09, of
\ 3 In Crosby Lake p.m. Cemetery with Rev, pm. on Saturday, March 5 in the .after an extended illness. Robert"Bob" Earl Decker, Sr., 68, Orlando died Sunday morning March family of John Alexander cummings. -
nsrt'. jj W.J. Thornton officiating Jones Chattanooga Funeral Homes Chapel Born In Raiford, Mrs. Graham was of Florahome,died at his residence on 6, at the Orange Regional Hospital Jr.would like to express their
t S' Funeral Home Starke, In charge of with burial in Forest Hills Cemetery a lifelong resident of Union County, Tuesday morning, March 8, following Orlando following an. extended il-, gratefulness to each and everyone for
II"| % arrangements Chattanooga Tenn. Jones Funeral was a graduate of FSU and was a long illness. lness. the many cards, flowers, food and all
..tllInN* > Home, Keystone Heights charge of employed as a social worker for the Born in Ober, Indiana, Mr. Decker Born and raised in New York Mr. the kind words during our time of
:a fc9O local,arrangements. government during her earlier years. moved to Florahome over three years Brown served in the U.S. Air Force bereavement. A special thanks goesto
II t Dora Frances llackley SmartMrs. Mrs. Graham was the widow of the ago from Miami. He was retired as a for 30 years and retired as a Chief Mary Johnson of Starke for all the
: Dora Frances Hack ley Smart, Vinnon Forrest Nazworth late Walter Graham; was a member pipe fitter and welder; was a memberof Master SGT. He also retired from the kind and helpful things she did for the
of the First Baptist Church of Lake the Church of God faith and Coca Cola Bottling Company in Orlan family.
age 80, of Starke, died Friday afternoon was
fi'v Vinnon Forrest Nazworth. 54, died Butler; a member of the XYZ'ers;
.. March 4 in Bradford Hospital, Saturday, March 9,, in Anderson, Hospital Auxiliary and National
following a long illness. Born in South Carolina, after a brief Illness. I __ I
: ,\ Moberly Missouri, on April 22. 1922, Mr. Nazworth was born and raisedin
"t,*,-,. Mrs. Smart moved to Starke, over 2years Bradford County I- ---;Roofing: '" Hill
ago,from Tampa Fl.She was a Survivors include his wife Emma Richard's PIONEER 1 I Steve Broadway r t

member of the St. Williams\ Catholic Nazworth; a stepdaughter, Frankie; {...racing t lUpalra | ELECTRICCO. TREE SERVICE i Appliance
i Church. in Keystone Heights Fl. one daughter, Linda McCall; two {Mobil Homo ..of; j.[ : I I 'I
Survivors Include a daughter, Mrs. sons, Eddie Ralph Nazworth and |Repair and Root Coating. I Trailer Pole Special200AMPS250 !* Removal : '
0 Denise Abridge of Keystone Heights; Steve Nazworth; his father W. T. ..... llmato. T : : Repair

fllO two sons, William P.Smart of Starke, Nazworth; two brothers,Cary P. Naz- I _473.141 _-I Dollvorod I...... Anywhere.. i i. Trimming 1 Don Hill. Owner
Ronald F. Smart of Columbia, South ----- I" tir county
worth and James Franklin Nazworth :
-.liarf3K'/ 'SIII Carolina; a sister, Mrs. Lorene Sleek one sister, Blanche Lloyd and seven; L __. 78 .:l065 J Free Estimate; .Wash.rs*Dry....
rnoif.I''!I .of Rocheport,Missouri; and 4 grand grandchildren. Huntley 4 : : ODlahwa.h.rsOAlrConclltr-nOlang.*
"" children.: Redfearn'sSERVICES Yardwork & 473.4732
()1Jd: : Services were held In Anderson, i Refrigerators
services were held at 7:30 FOR SALEFIREWOOD
Rosary :
s.c. on March 7.Oscar .
saw a' /14 7| pm. on Monday March 7 at St. Lawn Service :i After '5P.M.Keystone .= 23*S.Walnut St.

) Williams Catholic Church Funeral r Block, Heights Stark. Florida
iii' Dornbusch Keystone a Slarkt area Jock Oak
services! were held at 10 a.m.on Tuesday

sirtlStole ";:. ;March a at St. Williams, withFath.r Oscar Dornbusch 85 of Steuben4734340 t. Call 473.3 7 3 8 473-4731 oftor'P M. ;i.?.Hetmed.............C...taturad......,...?.j. 964-5849
bas "riHnlL Michael Williams officiating. villa, Ohio died Thursdays March 3, or _. 473-3549
,,? Interment was at Keystone Heights in Bradford Hospital after a brief illness. -' 473-4252 ---
: Cemetery. Jones Funeral Hornet .
-mo'J!9d>' :.: Keystone Heights was in charge of Used Mobile Homes I 1F'

broa ;'. arrangements Pressure Washing Rtpalra Of Major
2 & 3 Bedrooms
::1sliJ. Electric
Mobile Homes Appasncas
.ieA& Albin Franklin Crousore Houses, Stucco, etc Serving Bradtord Ii On.lull y.ar warranty
t Mr. Albin Franklin Crousore, age
II, of Shady Oaks Trailer Park, US 473-4165 day Cawifes Compl.t.ly R.condltlon.d
'.:/' 301 South, near Waldo, died Friday, Free Estimates law**** U"SM K.IIM
March 4 at his residence following a John D. Brown
long Illness. Born In Kokomo Indiana
i on Dec. 19, 1921, Mr. Crousore Business Opportunity Home Center, Inc.
,- had lived In the Waldo area for over 12 .
years. He was retired,as a pipe fitter DEALERS WANTED SR-21 4T3-377S Keystone llgta. Each week throughout. .the month of March
from the University of Florida, and Four hour satellite TV system
was a US Army veteran of World War
Low Investment Protected Territory

U.Mr.. Crousore Is survived by a son, Monarch of Florida SINCE 1969

Donald Kentucky.Funeral R.. Crousore of Morgantown (904)A72-33328amtolOpm WAYNE KINNEY

V services will be held in ELECTRICAL HEATING& AIR CONDJJ
Greentown Indiana, at a later date. Pearce
charge of arrangements. ApplianceRapatr GARAG J

All Work Guaranteed RSonrlnf FREE a 24 HR.SERVICE. ,

I'' Vise Mae Mae Music Music Tyre Tyre, age _\ ,Alt...nd..I............. illcrow_.. ESTIMATES '

Luke Rpt.a ,
72, of Melrose died Tuesday afternoon '
March 1 in Alachua General (less)M4-4I74 I ((904) 964-8786 r _

....:;:;JJo petal,Gainesville, following. .long .._ ..,.,.n H'''' ., ..."._. MN_'_'" .,. 766NThompson St.,. SI orU.,.FI 3209 1
.. Born slua'f' a.l.on; ft A
4gf ., 1t It I-
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SG 5, llnO, tell
'.. t, e in l i'4& : :' m4t1 clqgnviJ> 3
She was protestan .: '
Survivors Include three daughters, REAL PIT' \ .I- _
Mrs. Madeline Nichols of Ocala. Mrs.
Mary MeUow and Mrs. Maudia '
Pussell both of Melrose; four sons ,

Wilson Robert Burkes Tyre of of TacomalaWa.h..,, _- M,1 Q@

Thomas and Archie Tyre, both of Bradford Co. Telegraph
41 'b <,*,Melnw i brother Herbert Westcott -
ofGalnesville; grandchildren and P.O. Drawer A

*treat Funeral grandchildren services.were held at 2 o f Lake Butler I Starke Florida 32091

Ii imj on Sattiday March 9 in the ', ,
C _eWitt C.Jones Chapel with Rev.Arthur
: Queen officiating. Burial was in 9646305HERE'S
Melrose'Cem terl. Jones! FuneralbaainrouArfKeysuMPUeighta
( < In charge :

_of arran ements! Saturday & Sunday

! eP ilfPErowel f'
Lester Crewel age rd, of Shiloh :Famil Feast
Putnam Halt, died Friday, A PARTIAL LIST
4, 1961 at his residence follow-
Illness'Born in Indiana OF ITEMS ON SALE NOWl.
910 J on &;> MTTcroweU moved to. 50 ,
In ige' from Miles Your sale Items go here,

I b"'o Zb1"'M.1 Michigan. He W driver wad Manning a and retired'FenceoCom-mechanic. (For 2. ,to 3 People) limit off 35 words per ad.

pany. Mr. Crowel was of the protes-
cant faith.
oes wr He survived by a daughter, Mrs.

.M 'I Gretchen Miller of Imperial Beach, 1/2 Slab BBQ Ribs ; '.; '
b9r z-? ,Cant; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Sara M. "
'1'1'$ Sanderson of Keystone Heights; two '
step-sons, Charles T. Rogers of Lake 1/2 BBQ Chicken :. .
City Donald E. Rogers of Lakevllle. '
Indiana; sister Mrs.Dorothy Price of 1/2 BBQ Beans ;
Indiana pt. 9 8 "
; brother, Cecil ;
v Plymouth ; .
Crowel of Columbus, Ohio 10 grandchildren Di ne-I n 7 ,; it.-,: '.
and a great granocbUdrftl.e 1/2 pt. Cole Slaw .
Graveside funeral services were ,air ,. :,< ; <:;,{" ,*,It. "
held at 2 P.m.on Tuesday, March 8 in Garlic Bread .. "
Melrose Cemetery with Rev. Leroy .. '
Take Out;; : I ;r"I
t: ; A. Olive officiating. Jones Funeral A I
&! ., Hone Keystone. .Heights charge of.
,c arrangements .
It. .' ))1'.JI ..iIL ,. '. : I I
11\'I\ : 'II '17 ,
Mary Elizabeth Howard -4.-278. ;j : .. : ..
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Howard age, For4it6 : '
,, ;,
-n a, of Twin Lakes near Keystone ( People)

i '.'j .... Heights died Wednesday March audden:a it-at d' \C1(, v..,' Jf\; \*;. .. { ... :. "v
residence following a
%'"\' her' .' ," $. f ";:' ','0 ._.
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r Card of Thanks r." : .
r ", 'S" \ 1 pt. BBQ Bean;,.'" '. :
'We the family of Alma Starling 9 5 ;

., .." would like to express our appreciationfor ," '1 pt CeteSlaw 14 .: : .: ;/ "I:::; ; y. t'. "',
.. '.. the many prayers,visits, flowers ..' ." i"",, ,
and during the 1 loss of our.. .. ,
cards food 5 '''' J"r'. f ., ,t .. r.,
'. beloved mother. May the Lord bless .. .Garlic Bread :; ',f,; ,\j.J \,',;-< .." .....
0 each and everyone of ". '. .'
-ft.; ;, '
gotto ) '
Bradford '
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thanks )4
Inv .
I" Our special ,. : ; I V >>+!
'.-' ,',; County Hospital, the mines and Dr. ." s
( ; .,'I Hernandes who was so faithful during f'. \.v .
,1 '
our uaaIII8 a Wmtm_Also mir thanks '. .. ,.
to Areina leaner II unaralH Bi.ditar:
A w ; Jq UIIIIa u-. Enclosed Is, my check far:$2.08Much '

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I:: Keystone_ Heights Ads ----------- I Union County Ads -------------------



In Hlllcrast. $BOO drive, molded.plastic fairIng Lawrence Blvd. Next door ., .' "CARS?:RQII,,lAlBI. ,$"8.95" TWO BEDROOM slot K weeks old, Heavy lone
..1 i, $146.44 per math Sholtrunk 6,800 to Andrews Drugs. Also AUCTION EVERY FRIDAY ..LOOKING FOR ;i" special '(average_) 'Alie( |*eps, HOME On 2 lots completely 1 I'I. Pups, $190, Sir*: German

473-4098 or mil., $2..95co.h. Call ......to.. lurg ,offices fur COSMOTOLOGISTl Full or AND SATURDAY. 7:30 p.m. plc of property HI ,I'plckups'.Avolkibl at local '! chain link, fence, Import AKf %-23W oftr
.3-437 after 6 p.m. 2/3 473.4o39> 3/10 llpd rent In man of building" port tlm,' Call 475-2211 'ln< .,Macclenny. Florida. don't hlt. I'll find I It.Juit;
"dl.tcJy'can I.
8OS-687.6CoO ferookvr. "" 48S-17W
.hg 110 TREND "PLAYMATE"! facing Flamingo. Call, Doris' Hair Clinic. 2/24 Haulers and Buyers oikJAK S. USHER,1 'Aits
:: UTI.UL IAKI GENEVA 12 ft. boar with 7.5 HP 4733411. 2/3 tfncha tfnchg welcome. Call 299-2429 or REALTOR, 496-2126 or Ext. 1136 calf retundabl.. Itchg 3/10.
: .lots from $.,.... motor and trailer $750.ColI.73.7321. .COMPLETELY FURNISHED. bABYSITTER'NEEDSD, part 259-4471 for more information 496-2903,. eves., "Your, 2tpct 5/3: 3/10: ',f 0.'. EUCTRK DRVfRi $1 100' Get Reiults
down. $71.74 p. 3/10 Itpd house on Spring Lak*, 2BR time Monday thru Saturday 4Khg beg 2/24. Union County! Realtor tin: 197t MUSTANOf'V-B/ 902 firm. Phone 496-3603, '
.. Discount on entire PUP ''I5. AlrdaU-Chow. A/C $225/mo$200 3 p.m.-7 p.m. $190 3/26.: Automatic tronsmlsilon, 1lchg3/IO.: lna.p,.na.nt
.. One waterfront 2 months old wormed deposit." Call 264.5354after month. Call 4737373. 3/10 INSURANCEMAINIS : air condition, heater sunroof FOR SALE BY OWNIRt !i 5 boil.,S.-vlc.
473-4379. 2/3 6. 2/3 tfnchg I.'J I. AM-FM a track, acres high and dry off 12 1
$35 och. Call 473-3276 Itchgr th ....-. the hour.
i :.cfmhg OFFICE SPACIdowntown, HAIRDRESSER NEEDED for stereo, good condition, South. Call 1-259-691:7 )
; vnlngs aft. 6 p.m. 3/10 INSURANCE AGINCVl WANTED No ab or
PROPERTY on tc- Slat Farm : $ .500 Phone. ) 496-3709. after 6 p.m. 2tpd 3/11 p |
2V-raMMIRCIAl ; Sandl's
ItodMISCEllANEOUS next busy shop. at
<: Apply 160 S.,,lake Ave., lake .. : 'Good' High ,Quality: Work. at
-tt>rnr oi tawrnc Blvd. Keytton Center, Hair Works, 473.2140. \ WHfEl, :.BICYClli Classified' Ads ,
Butler. 4963978. CompleteInsurance _
condition, Phone 496-3918. Reasonable PrI
and SR-100
Flamingo. near $1601 Mo; Keystone 3/10-)72tchg)
.'- SR-21 Intersection Height Realty, Inc., Service. TFN WILL PAY tAstt. For your $79.00. Itchg 3/10. Get Results. 4t7-08

.. r4-sparat, olllc lot with complexes entrances .INGO. .AMI III CAN REALTOR 4734961. 2/3 NOTICECLASSIFIED FOR RENT"PIWllnIllS used mobll horn*. Ray 4Net1r .rss, 5/VV'-"' ,..............,...............".,......... ......."". ....................JVI.DJft.
corner tfnchg Powell 496-3377. TFN 1/27.
LEGION HALLSr-21, Saturday For Sat I.
on 3-sldes of !, 7pm. and Sundays NOW RENTINGl 2 and 3 WANTED GROWN WATCH Business Opportunity '
'% "dlng. Owner financed, 2.5 Public invited bedroom mobilhoms+ ADVERTISING ,OOGt or for 3BRConcrtBlock
p.m.. 2/3 should be submitted AND ADDING puppy protec trimMed *
to In brick locatedat Conv.nt With GOB
Coll73.4920 Store
with low Interest rate. $13S/mo. and up. Call tlon. Slliob.tr.Mann I mile *>nc*>
,..* or 473-3411 2/3 ALCOHOLICS tfnchg 473-2879 or 479-1078. Lake Lake Region Monitor office. MACHINES Times FOR, north of Lak. Butler on 720 N6 3rd.. 'St. near For L*a..
In writing and paid In advance RENT Union County Lake.
tlnehgACUMINUM Geneva Mobllahom Purk. 121. 3/3.
COAT LIFTS and ANONYMOUS Closed 2/3 tfnchg unless credit Is 85 SW 2nd Ave., Lake Itchg 2 M- '14'x14'1one !

Vocks by Shr-Mestr. meetings Monday Friday 8 p.m.8 SIR., IBATHi A/C. family already eitabllihed with Butler. Phone 496-2261 for 12'x12', Living room "Need en-sight dealer with strong mrkllng skills..
Open meetings Information. TFN
ru.e dlspley .1 Mike Alanon Monday 8 ,room utility room. On this office. more 13'x20'; dining room Star currently company aparated."Capital .
." _rn'sHWVllNercoll473ZtfS. p.m MONITOR STAFF CANNOT 10/1. required for Inventory.
D < All at Nightingale St. $300/mo. la/Kiri kitchen l 12'.12', grocery
3/10 Itchg p.m.Educational Building meeting Com Call 1-2686069 2/17.3/10 BE HELD RESPONSIBLEFOR den, \VOO with fireplace. No good will or franchise f....High volume location.

14 JAPANESE MIIITARY HI- munity Church 473-2790 or 4tchg MISTAKES IN W/W carpet on hardwood vallable In Lake Butler. end Stark..
Flit $45.. 1950 collectors 4752130. 2/3 tfnchg 1000 SQ. FT.l available CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS floor. 1.76 ac... of land. Call Collect Fred Powell
"Lionel Train set$200., Gold OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo directly In front ofKeystone TELEPHONE.OVER THE In George Langley Area Cod 813.870.3030
filled pen knife$10.. Sears dues fei ins. Post Offic r., 196.2 505

controls gorog $door 75. Call opener 473.3858.w/2 7:30 Open mtlngs or wigh Tu..ay's, 4tchg Phon. 4732014. 2/24-3/17 Tuesday Classified noon deadline prior toThursday Is L111. -._-_ .--- .,........................................................--.......-.....-.........-..-.-.-.-....."

p.m. Community
3/101tchg Church Educational' 21*. 2BATHI mobile horn, publication. V
DINING ROOM TABLEt 2 furnished with washer and Minimum charge Is 19 REALTOR'JANE .
Building Keystone
words lor $2.75. then 10
leavs--6 chairs, nw con dryer, $25O/mo. plus $100
Heights, 473-2790. 2/3
dltlon. ALSO: pull-out tfnchg deposit. Call ..73.27.7Mon..Frl. thereafter.cents for .och word S. USHER Now Accepting Applications

couch good condition BINGO Lions Club ocr... 9.6p.m. and
total $400. Call 4732849 Saturday 9-1. 3/3.31 4tchgLOSTFOUND
from high school. Tueiayi, Your Union County Realtor for
Early Bird 7 p.m.; Regular
496-2126 496-2903
PLANTS 10 cents or
7:30: p.m. Public SERVICES
each variety 21 N. to 2/3 tfnchg 160 W.Main St..lak*Butler
Deer Springs Rd., turn OLD NEWSPAPERS anyone LOST OR STOLEN from Lake One & Two Bedroom Apartments
right/t mil. to lake, turn wanting th.m please call Hutchinson area livr and CARPENTRY AND MASONRY .
right '4 mil* to Ponders. the Monitor at 4732210 whit female bird dog 2 WORK Building patios, MOO-175 Acres. Fronts New River lit Union Cwnty. .
mailbox. 3/10 Itpd old has scar on back. additions, ,
during business hours. yrs. remodeling Very ertractlve farming *..
fiSHING BOATl seats thre. ALSO: young blk/tan male homes and the work. Fr..
2/IOtm 4 B.. 2 BA Cent. H/A on 1 Ac. LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTS
Gator Boat Troll.r, and shphrd. BOTH .stlmates. Phone 473-4473 .
1% 10 Acre Homeslte. Owner Financed..
nw--2S HP Johnson motor YARD SALE missing sine Jan. 1. Any during day. 2/3 tfnchg
with gas tank $1200. Days Information please call CARPENTER WOIIK.R.mod.llng IS Acres wooded. Owner Financed. 1005 S.W. 6th St.. Lake Butler florida''
1% 3 Acres. Owner finance. No down '
evenings 473-7222 days, 47924391nights. work kitchencabinets
Wooded, fenced, f.nced. Ideal
473-2843 3/10 Itchg 10.' Acres. cross-
18, 19 from 10 a.m. to 5 3/10 Itchg and trim carpantry. -
WO. JEEP OS RENEGADE Reasonable prices.Call honwstt Fin. avail. APARTMENTS FEATURE
....Kwlth soft top.lots of ..x.trot. p.m. St. Anne's Thrift 473-2477 after 5:30 2 Bdrm. MH with one .c... Fln.neod.S..n down
Shop corner Magnolia and WANTEDCARPET
$5500. Call 473.7321. Cardinal. SPRING p.m. 2/3 tfnchgCARPENTRYALL payment and assum. mortg. Wall to wall carpeting Draperies 'Refrigerator
3/10 Itpd PHASES NIc large lot In attractive Hampton Oaks off US 301
CLEARANCE of all merchandise AND VINYL Installations Stove .0 SI ht facilities
--I.Vi FT. WHITEWATER : truck load of Cabinets Framing. Form- South. n. g Laundry
nlCANOEt $500; Sallboard paint athletic and repairs." Ing Trim. Phon. 473-2520 1911 MH. 3 BR, 2 BA. looks brand n_. Small down.2Story .
.quipm.nt.hous.wores Free estimates. Ten
ninew condition $900: small years 212..3/17.'pd House-4 BR.2 BA. Price reduced. Make offer.
appliances experience. Call ..73.217.o.k ,
Italian Racing Bike. 10 toys, 30-tO Ac. Farm. Many Possibilities. Reduced.
gomes for Craig. 3/10-3/31 Equal Housing Opportunity
M.spd., best offer over $500. dolls, furnltursmall( Very attractive 3 BR. 2 BA horn on I Ac.,In town. -

-Call Vine 3/10-17. 473-4096 2tchg amount), cloth. for the 1 ro 4tchg BUY 16 ft. Noble Cat In Subscribe Today Owner may flnanc. Rental Assistance Available for those who qualify
,1 anytime. entire family maternity good condition LAKE REGION PmHA Houses for Sol*.
and baby Items, shoes reasonably priced ALSO House on small farm In Provld_..
with doors (CJ9)). NEW. MONITOR
I purses and scarves. water skiing equlpm.nt. *_Hog Farm. 496-3141 ,
;:"1200. Call 473-7321. 3/10 473-2210
3/10.1721chg Call 473.3241. 3/10 Itchg

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Scholarships available for be experiences. Apply potential. All occupations accepting applications for* JEEPS FOR S44 through the Auto., excellent condition condition. Call after 4 30 equipped or 4 WD'' JpWagonr route
J\inlicensed persons. ERA Manager, Garden For Information the position of a part time U.S. Government? Get the $3.000. Call 964-8126. 3/03 p.m. 7823321. Itpd 3/10. for sole or trad paper In tbet-wtey
Faulkner Realty 964-5069 Restaurant 800 N.Tempi call ((312)) 741-9780 Ext. Dog Catcher Must be 21 fact today! Call ((312)) 4tpd 3/24 I9S2 DATSUN 210 SX Hatfor small pickup. Call area. Call 964-5165
3O/28: tfn Ave. Starke. 3/10 tin 2120. 3/10 2tpd 3/17 years of age or older have 7421142. Ext. 609. 2/17 CRASS STRIP ULTRALIGHTS chback. Automatic trans., 964-9044.. Itpd 3/10 Mon.-Frl. 9-8 Must
lubboTodD,1 I a Florida Drivers License. EOW 3/31 Keystone Airport. AM/FM. Guaranteed. No p.m.

IF. YOU NEED EXTRA Community SupportrrProgram Pay $150 per month. Apply 1973 MAVERICK Tan. A/C 9646741. Doubt or single Rust protection lifetime have dependable car and

MONIY. willing to work. at City Hall Merrvll Dees Nw tire*. Good condition. seat. $4,793. Financing No-Wax finish 16.000 Subscribe able to post cash bond.
Avon needs you. Call Coordinator office. IIch03/10' S99S..:9 -5859.3/03 2tchg may b.error.ge d. 3/03 mil... Must sell $7,000. ,
Ramona Crapse. 782-: 068?; : : HOMt HEALiH w. ...... ..... .. .CatFOA4jyn7._ fkyin Send --- _
2/17. .tpd'110. > ''/,a.a.ye-r.i"' 7,1! V ; u., .
8e'eeFfEiiiel healtn'field tiA4or Home w'"'11II nd ,
1o'QIIltwn qulremasteri :
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bNW OPENINGS For Na'tlonwlde plus years experience. Employee coot have car : :r'r.M; ape .10 I"ALL: Sells-To The'riighest Bidders.ril
Industries. No dinate activities in as '
rh, community support program proved agency. Call Part-time sales'' super
Sales, will train. S15000 well as provide counseling primarily to adults. Margie at 18003426801.Upjohn visor. FlaI! f imes Union
---- a For info call FlbsaluLe Ruct.an'r
1 .year.-7 ext.2729A. Minimum! starting salary Is 16068. Send: resume to Health Car. S.rseeks individual to work I
William J. Lennon, Ph.D., Executive Director, vices 3/03 tin
afternoons, and
2/24 4tpd 3/17 ,, early
Bradford-Union, Guidance Clinic P.O. Box 399 WORK AT HOME Job.
evenings. I
Supervise :: \
Starke Florida 32091 Deadline Is March 21. 1983. available. Substantial earnings OffERw;. ) BUY
I local
// possible. No *x> crew in 5 Ac t OWL Y
k zet e./'I{. perlence. Call ((3 12) branch. Must have car 1 r1ti: t What

3200 Sq. Ft. Shop & Compare!! 741.9780 D.pt. 2120 for I... and prefer sales ex parcels & ,Larger a It's ArOUJVan'.. .

( LJ. Warehouse1.0OO Special Insurance for formation. 3/10 2tpd 3/17 perience. 964-5163 for inn 10 AQ 1'-1 R
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1 Mobile Home Parks Ads terview. "
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\t EXCELLENT BUY:lovely 3 off US-301 N rth. homeowners policies for S 1983, SJlTU'1.' .
JII.Hom.on'AAc.Plu.lot Call 964-5294 mobile homes. TV1Zs MARC.. '

in country 25500. Call for Quote'v' tA r n..j12.1983 11
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.2'..5&10ACRETract.o' Olin's Mobile For loos* SALE 10 A .t.t fO' M

I. and BRADFORDRENTALS 2.000 Sq Ft. Building .,
"RANCHETTE. 3 BR. 2 BA Home Sales On US:301: South NEW,& OSED' r "

f'1'G $69 brick,000.home on 5 .Ac. Elaine M. Olin. Agent Ca11964-solo We Finance .. ,4'J....p4O ; ip. I

: ESTAU NOW Is the TIME 964-5806 ROYALS Your Should Come... EQUIPMENT You.. Name Price. '

.INCOMEPRODUCINGPROP. to get your GROUND EUREKAS Prepared to Buy! FOR SALE af- lslc;\ "

Home, 3 MHs and READY for a For Sale by Owners HOOVERS v4EQUIF&iprif
X-tra hook-up.' 6 Ac. of c1 ,

pecan trees:Currently proauces SPRING GARDEN 360 acres of Bradford County Timberland on FILTER QUEENS ACRES dualFord 8000O5;horsepower .

income of $845 pr Rent A Tiller Marklee Starling Road, North of Starke. Tract SEARS Offered In Parcels Sold piece by piece'' ,

mo. borders North range of Camp Blanding,Dupont proCOMMERCIAL 1 ac, 2V ac, S ac, 10 ac; (with a one- Full payment a* th auction

'5 AC WITH BARN septic Push Plow or a perty and Container Corp. forest. We repair all makes 20 ac, 40 ae and as a whole quarter yard: front- ft..1II..
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power pol fencing Gasoline Mule I Two tracts of approx. 15 acres each North of road end loaded) .
with/without I
2500. per acre. 320 acres South of road 1500. Young'sSince 3 BR House on 31/2 Ac. 1 \
BANK REPO: Commercial Heffton Hay Conditioner \ >
E! property. Hwy 301. Block 64.8807 peracre. 1957 4,000 Sq. Ft, Metal Barn ,,'
(*i A PT 1010'New .+
bldg. 2,400 sq. ft. on 1.37 Owners will subdivide and finance. Detailed +

oc. Paved "parking brochure with timber cruise info available. 964-6918 4 Holland Sldo ,I .turawir'.

(t04)) 7S2331MITSIMMHOMI THE 'b Call 473-3597 3 Mlles north of, :., Hay Rack' ,8 foot ",..,

( TOTAL Starke on US. 301 : .
P.O.Drawer ? 3/10.3f/7 '' : d. pull.type. UNDER OUR LARGE TENTrgnUM
301 I. lewtey piHTt ol wlnr'
iJ ...-1.. _.. rO Kuhn Hay Tedder Rcfrsshmsnt/Lunch Wagon on *H* I

." It''..:. .>. '_......\':.:.-\ ......... 4 Portabl. Rsstrooms on sit. *
IK"fir '\ 1";'"....\\IJ"-:::'" ... Newt Holland .* Auction personnel on site. to
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C ., a 'tto'"i: ; "' Electric Feed Mixer IIN ,'ASa" URA'N'j '.t. '
or rent from month 0- :;:;;;:;: ;" ,- AND MUCH MORE 'tI

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to month .:f'., Equipment to, Sell! .

OFFICE 1 FURNITURE a you r Fao!\ Those Who Have It Made. Fa"3"fq '!'opaart: :nesm.nd

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piece complete saw filing lire*." We pick-up. $100; or pine. 4.4's. length 24" to 2...,.". 25 cent each. Utad PIANO for your child only NOME PARK. Mobile ,
outfit. 427 N. Cherry St. You deliver $129. Ollnt 40'\ price 1/2 cOrd $3O In printing nawtpoper $23.90/mo.. plus small home and tpocet for rent. .,LL'SlAW SHOP Complete jrW1H19aLREALT1:

964-4032. Itchg 3/10 Mobil. Horn Salai, Hwy crop firewood oak or. Great far minor repair moving charge.AII rent Recreational vehicle sharpening service circular
112 N. MYRTLE $T, Saturday 100 W Starka. 64-5606. pine $10 trucklaad. Sunshine |ab*. Bradford. County and moving applies to pur- welcome. .I'hon.46I-2912. hand carbide,
Acre, Watt 16 Call
March 12. "3. Cloth. TFchg Telegraph 44-63vS.. tfn. chote. Parramora Mutlc. 9/16 rfnMOBIU chain-.rblod.hollow
944-7699. Wa load for .
.hoe*, odd and end. All I..ot.. T....,' between 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 you: RECONOmONID TVSi Color Oak Moll Galnetvllle. HOMES FOR RENT ground and balancad.
Item $1.00 each. Itpd WANTIDiOlD TOOLC-OLD p.m. Mon-Frl. 12/16 tfn starting at $100.00.TradeIns 3783626. 11/11 tin One. mile from Starka city Leave at Jackson Building I
3/10 STANLEY _Icom.. Phone limit. Clean. 16 W. In Starke
PLANES hone tubecrlbeTedaylAROBNTINA SubtcrlbeTedaylSTUDIO Hwy. Supply Keyttona
WEATHER PERMITTING Out- 64-8331.. B am to S p..... BAHIA HAY ....1212. 6/11 tin APARTMENT $210, Call 4681323. 10/07 rfn. Height or lake Butler PHONE 9647776TERwILUSIR ta:
side light, roofing paper or 468-1991. l/2Olfn. Highly fertilized. J. M. Edward first loot month rent plus KITCHENEFPICIRNCVRoom TFNchg CECELII
2 clothing, knkk-knocks and SOMEONE TO RENT 'TO *. 9645379.2/17 4tpd 2/03 Delivered $73. 9647763. cleaning dapotlt. Utllltle for rent at low SEWING MACHINES 205 N. Temple, Stark'
much mare, North 01 OWN or rent month to 3/10 tfn weekly rato*. Call Temple REPAIRED All makes
LONG "'ro. Call ....7347 and
Lowt.y Elementary on month. Office furniture, FRANKLIN FIREPLACE Large Motel '6".7357.16 cleaned oiled and ad-
Cartor Road. Saturday typewriter, calculator. model all cast Iron. $ISO: CAMPER and 23 foot traveltrailer. 533.2157. 1/13 tin EOW/tfn Workguaront..d.
9-?? Itchg 3/10 Alto hove on* heavy duty Slegler kerosene neater Bath In good condition. 40-SEAT RESTAURANT a CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for (fulled. $". James We Your a

SPRING CHAN OUTt copying machine. Hurry with floor sweep $20O. 933-2474. 2/24 tfn EQUIPMENT for r.nt.It.a.onobl. rent On Hwy. 16 W. Close I I
Unbelievable price Came by today and checkus Call 9647648. 1/27 tin 1978 PLYMOUTH VOLAREl .. 964-6784, to p'I...... Call 4681323. Strickland corner Morgan Problem Solvers
Subscribe Rd. and Hwy 16. TFNchg
A/C. Power brake
Clothing pott.ry.ceral'lllc. out. THE OFFICE SHOP e40y1 power 1/13 Hn 10/07 rfn. lid
*. knack knock, 110 W. Call St.. Storke. CITY LOT 86x200. Wait tearing,electric window, SubtcrlbeTedaylROOMSi NEWLY REMODELED Office CHAIN LINK FENCE Inttall-
Madison Street. High 4 ... ed. Free..tlmol... HandyMan rib
new tl. $1690. 7823307.
plant, tool, small appIiances 64-9764.. tfnSubKrlbeTedayl All utllltla available. Nlc.and neat. Air Spoca. 2 or 3 roomt. Can What eon w e do for you and
tome now It..... J.M. Edward, .....5379. Itchg 310KENMORE heat and TV. $40 and upper trolly located on 301. $250 Fence Co., awn.rTommy otA..lI8 gAbor,, friend, local '
continuous cleaning Reddlth. 964-8999.
less than wholesale.Cypro SMALL FARM TRACTOR In 3/03 310ORAPEVINESi _10. Call ....9992. month. 964-6211 or .
** clock and part. PleoM call 2tpd Fry. Cowart. double oven, griddle In atk for Peggy. 1/27 8tpd 96.6849'after 9. Itchg tined 9/82 butintiitt something that it 'eipecijicaUy

Saturday and Sunday. "8. 92/24 3tpd 3/1O Higgins. Southland. Jumbo cantor with hood. $660; GE 3/17 3/10 TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call oriented to solving a problemt
Rd. 18-Jutt oH 100 East 'SIWINO WANTED Handmade Dixie Two year old Iranian ref rig., $175, with Subscribe Todoyl .RECENTLY REMODELED, 3 the Office Shop 110 W.

behind Hall' ,oduc.. wedding gown with plant Wall rooted In one automatic 19' Dul. freezer; RENT TO OWN or rent BR, 1 BA. No pett. $300. Call St..Stork.. for detail :a

Watch for*lgn*. Itchg 3/10 veld, $200; also d.....* gal. pot. $1.90 each J.C. Electric bug killer, $79 used month to month. Office par mo .....70<17. 3/03 .....57.... tin
.... I SAT. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. made for brldeimaldi, Faulk 9645678. Orlffl ; King size bed. $79; Furniture, Typewriters, 4tchg 3/24 SubtcrlbeTedaylGLASS I *Do you need lugvr hone?
Bed llnan. dishes fun $50. Material not IncludedIn loop. 3/03 3tpd 3/17 washer t dryer; 2.220 volt Calculator, Alto hove 8 ACRE LOT WITH MH SET UP CUT TO ORDER *Do you need a mailer hone? n

nature, what-not, clothes, price. Elaine Kelly HAY FOR SAIJl Roll of electric heater, forced air, off Grlfflt Loop. $79 mo. Door*, window, etc *Do yo' need a townhouse or dUal "H
mlc. I....... 301 North. .....8833.3/10 2tchg 3/17 Alicia. $20 a roll or 9 roll $131; round trampoline, heavy machine duty copying .....8498. 3/03 2tchg 3/10 JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY *Do you need acreage? >

(2169 N. T.mpl. ..._.) COUPLI WOULD LIKE TO or mare, $15 each. $279; .650 Yamaha 1979 for rent. THE OF- IDEAL FOR FAMILY with ....-607.. Orders alto it Do yes need a building lot? t
FICE SHOP 1 10 W. Call
HINT nice 2 8R furnished 7824727.3103 4tchg 3/24 motorcycle, $429; GE St., children 3 bedroomi, 2 taken In Lake Butler *Do you need commercial property? v
1978 CADIllAC $75. 9..4'30. Starke. 964-9764.
LAND Coup refrlg. bath .home with
or apartment inStark. many ex- 496.3079 and Kay.ton.H.lgh" *Do yo* mod sake property
.. ....-....04. Itchg deVllla. Cray. Good condI- Itchg 3/10 MOBILE HOME Two trat. Good neighborhood. *Do you need InTMtmcnt property *
4734973. 2/26 tin
FOR SALE tion. $4999. 964-882O.. 3/03 1979 DATSUN B-1JOO Hat bedroom. 964-9261 or ColI..7147. 3/10 ,
3/10 2tchg 310CAMPER Itchg FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS *Do yM need to move frlmdi or family It.rn
chback. Runt good. 31-34 9646112. 2/17 tin
USED REPAIRABLE washer*. TOPS One long IN HAMPTON One *Do yw need to tell, to 81 TOO estate In older
Alto 4Vt ft. 6 ft.
I ACRES II PECAN TREES. air conditioner, and wheel bate ana Import. mpg. subscribe Today I bedroom houta. Newly *Do you need to emchwig propcrtlet? I
trailer $135. Phone 144 W. Call St.
utility ,
Two bedroom horn, 6 ft. ref rl graters. '....5849. ....-'290. Itpd 3/10 473-4908. 3/10 RENT TO OWN Or rent remodeled. $125 month. 94-7103
fence, 15 mile south of Itchg 3/10 16'TtDECRAFT Bat Boat and month ,to month. Office 372-0079 evening 3/10
lake City, 30 mil. from RELIABLE CHRISTIAN LADY trailer. New batteries, BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES furniture, typewriters, 2tchg 3/17 Open Wt Aatw Me final lilting Met era*.M had In
,. Gainesville. Intoratate would like light homework prop. Mercury calculator Have one ONE ACRE LOT Utllltla T.W.8F. 9 Ml SiM 10 pews Wt are sarI blessed lit IM erea/to

'441 a 18 on JCT. Asking 'In the Galnavllla, Starka. motor. 96-6408. Good heavy' duty copying available. $80 month. Thun. 11 AM tll 7 I'M Mat frteft era still nlatlDtlv naeonaA'te.Florid .

I' 47000. No realtor. Alachua. Lake City, or condition Itpd 3/10 machine available. THE 468.1802.3/10 2tchg 3/17 Sat. 9 AM till PM *It Ut./ru,..,graving ttattln th* action

.... 792-5361. 2/10, Waldo area. 496-2628. >97S HO LOWftlO for tale -BUSINESS FOR SALSiSuc- OFFICE SHOP 110 W.: Call ROOM FOR RENT Furnished AppointmentsNot and" ,rm I*growing too. Get In on the ground
p1. trade. bedroom hou...
7823103. In
or Itchg large Always
3/10 2tchg 3/17 Necessary
St. Starke. /
4tchg 3/03 3/10 cattful clothing tore with 964-9764. tin Kitchen $100 floor tuuimmkitoitrmov: *aol If.-hnltattftwill
prlvlledget. Intfn
APARTMENTS Furnished efficiency lattr. Think hat front wnhtIKW
minimum Investment. you man
FOR SALE month Including utilities.
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TWO ion FOR SALE Each LOST/FOUND Microwave oven $179; Meal for man and wlfa. and ana bedroomoportmenti. 468-2919. 3/10 2tchg 3/17 amUkaot Ion. Ho or tear year* mgot four
.All utllltla modest tiictttmtitt mud Into mouldprobuUii beworth
6.97 acre*. High and Dry. matching washer A dryer. Will train. Reply to P. O. In-
r Partially cl.or.d with FOUND A Great Place to $300; solo a chair S2OO; Drawer A. Storke, Florida cluded. From $120 per mo. 1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS! Residential pump-out, two or Mm lam m* much today. -*-
sofa, love teat a chair 32091. Inquire 208 N. Cherry St. Unfurnished $129 a $169. $55, we alto ra-lay drain Bradford County, Clog County and VnHnCountg
timber. Six mile N.W. of Rent Office Furniture and
$29O; executive desk OPEN THAT BUSINESS IN Itpd 3/10 910-924 Cherry St. lines 964.8121.11/18 tin .oat widt earlety of Interfiling rcintat /
lawtey, Hwy. 12S. Owner. month Equipment.to month.Rant to THE own OFFICE or $190: bedroom suite, $150; STYLE Rant to own or rent 2 BR FURNISHED APARTMENT .....8404.3103 2tchg 3/10 RENT TO OWN Office furniture within their toundarle Wake "11'and

financed. 7823192. 2/24 wicker book shelf ISO; month to month. Office ,:' Upttalr Stove 3 BEDROOM. 2 BATHHOUSE typewrltert, malt lour man nom! TtrvUlegar JKtalty will
SHOP 110 W. Call St.
3tchg 3/10 bar $90; 4 bar (tool*. $80: furniture, typewriters.calculaton. and Central air/heat. calculator and ana heavy mat beam toma IrrHtSubscribe
refrigerator help
Starka. tin carpet. gee four
ONE ACRE LOTS Facing SR-16 queen ilze bed vied 3
Also, hove duty machine
Like copying
In onecopying $169 $I9O new. Nice
IOST,SU." Community mo. tecurltydapotlt.
W. Septic tank light pot., mo. $129; Canon Ball machine for available. Or rent month
neighborhood. Call
Bank .
404 N. St.
anvalapa between 10 bedroom ulte.. cot over Cherry
wall In.tolled. S.llIng Coma by today. THE OF. 964-9773 'altar 5:30. 3/10 to month. Coma by today.
and I In front of Eagle Die- $2,000 now $750; coffee Call 964-4228 after 6 p.m.
price, $6900. $900 down count Family' Dollar or table. and two and table. SHOP, 110 W. Call St.. 2/24 tin 2tchg 3/17 THE OFFICE SHOP 110 W. !
$83.98 mth. at I9X Intareit Starke, 964-9764. tin ONE AND TWO BR APART. Call St., Starke. 9649764.tfn .
Post Office March 7. Call $79; chest $39i chest ,,2 BR MOBILE HOMB. Adult
for IS year. ph. J_'* Saw Shop. 9647980.P. freezer, $200;: double bed OWN YOU OWN JEAN only. No pat*. .....7619 or MENTSi Furnished, $160 MOSIU HOME Call Montez
.*...S606. 2/24 tfn O. Box 388 Storke. Fla. $60; twin bed $9O. SPORTSWEARInfantProtean 9648614. Itchg 3110TIAIUItIl' and $200. ISO security WANT TO DRINK SERVICE POLES'
S ACRE LOT on SR-227 facing 964-4406. Itchg 3/10 or ladles apparel depotlt. Light and hot THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS """" 954-6305 ..
Subscribe 3 BR, I'/i BA
Breaker Rd. Soiling pric., Today BLAIR DEALER COSMETICS Store. Offering nationally ) on water furnlthed. No WANT TO STOP'

_. _..1.6,000.000 down, $22Srpa BRADFORDCOUNTY Jewelry,spices.. and variety known brandt such' a* Jon canal Geneva-overlooking. $200 Lake Call One large 3 room, 1 pets.bath THATIOUII .I I I BRADFORD,;
(oof othen wthlng Call dacha. Chic Lea LI.YCIIIdottIIIt ). per mo.
*month a 45K 4ntere t. ElizabethJohtiton;. -- ;Wrangler ever ', -day "tTSHMB.ornlghtt'SPACIOUS furnished apartment, $ISO Alaeb. .fres. AnenymeusS4.41504.6434 I I LIMEROCK 9tAtM.nt.tirS

2/34 tip II. ,7'1 LEGRARH 44-S7 WO..I..IAUdS ST.fcW II'2II"".w..plus .S90> odepeelt.f. N*A ,
Tc "'\ /'It' ;1I.' FOR tpd D 300 ether brand f64|'ie37q.f7E JOa ek7g: *1ft ""! i i ,
\ntl foU ,, -i c utllltle Inrnlthed. .
96f 6305" SAlR.fa*! pat*, $24,900 Include beginning4* APARTMENT! '' -Dralttfleld' Rock:
breading and maat. Inventory airfare for ana .One, bedroom one bath pett. 9648071. Itpd 3/10 H/2SI3tpd Calf; Jnytimt i i:4SM1IT 8ldg. Sand Fill S4Wd:
1 Coastal Lawrence Meng. 6 mi. to Fothton Center, trainIng -' Nice neighborhood. Prefer MOBILE NOME 2 BR on Grlf. NEED HELP TO CLEAN up Waldo; ,Top Soil 'Scrap 8ork
Mrmuda Hay tooth 5....... oH US-301. fixture, grand opon couple or *mgl*. Will consider fit Loop. First, .lat and and haul away your |lunk? Llmerock *

{ Good quality. W.H ELECTRIC 461-1915.3/10 STOVE 4tpd Goad 4/07 Ing promotion Call Mr. small child. No pet. depotlt. No pet. 964-8816. We will do It for a small fee
con. louahlln' ((612)) 8886999.Itpd Itpd 3/10 or stuff we haul away.
bale.. dltlon. 964-6303. 3/10 Mot reasonable and con-
bale $1.78
par DrIHing 3/10 .....6279. Call anytime or
3/24 venient. 964-4919.. 3/03 Curies Suzuki-Kawasaki of Star'KZ
M.L.Conner964S222 ... 3tchg 436 N. Polk St.
. . DOBERMAN PINCHER Classified: AdsClassified coma by
2" thru 6" Female full blooded. AKC MISCELLANEOUS Ads Get Results 1/27 rfnPREVENT 750 Spectre
$190. Fence wire, 100 ft., CHIMNEY FIRES
Fast Rotary $90. .....S407 EpparaonStreet. Get Results They can be axpentlvelFlreplacei

Drilling Equip. )Jtchg 310Classified 9644911 Need home for wood stoves
free, gentle. .Intelligent FOREST HEIGHTS 4 BR, 1 BA block home. Juttlilted and flues cleaned. No

I: .State. ".Licensed. . .,. trained female. Gorenat* .$....000. mot*. Call '....8278 evenings Only iiM4 2i
Mr mix.Love children and tr SPIOAL EFFECTS enhance Mill brick home In and waekendt G. .3.80000

r Pumps good guard dog. Itchg Country Club Estates. 4 BR, 3 BA. Fireplace. Lost of Blankenthlp Chimney
. . . . .'. 310FLORILAND extra... .. . . .. $130,000. Sweep. 3/10 2tpd 3/17 (Out the Door)
New & UsedIes.Part9erviC I Get Results vSOUTHGATE-3 SR. 2 BA Family Please. Solid oak. EXPERIENCED PAINTER

: ,kitchen cabinets, fenced back yard, excellent Condilion Neat work Intarlor or ax This Boulevard Beauty has a'jjug-
.113.900..I'ECAN .
E-Z Terms I REALTY .OROVE-12 acres of prime land. Owner tarlar. Free ettlmatat.Reatonable with. ged Dohc engine combined with a

Y..d9ah9 .'. . . . . '......*. Per acre.$ good reference prices Call smooth shaft drive. Come in*and

964-7700 .4 DUPLEX LOTS In Sterke, all for 12000. Owner .
. Pius abbig ....5177. Itpd 3/10 see our line of Kawasakls new at

. . . . 393 N. Stark. termsu
T.mpl.Ave.. .42 ACRES-4 Bedroom. 2'/ bath Contemporary MOTORCYCLESHONDA low reduced prices. ;,
LliiE3a7noltaus New Installation Varnla. Odom Broker- Oft Home.i.$148.800.

Remodeling Repairs J. D. Qdorn. Jr. Associate REDUCED TO $"' ,900-1 bedroom 2 bath. East Call Oar JMcmtm Cant On Beat 9 I
. . . .. Add... MOi Four cyl. 1973. i
1'/ Ac. ...... ISM aw*. Peymentt III par ma. Street S5OO. Call .....6565 after 4 Hwy. 301 S. 964-6020 <
JDarramcePUMP& HAMPTON AMA p.m. 2/24 tin

; . . . "* I 20 Aero MI graded road. Cods ta mtg' paymenti. l -

rw rue
o M ... Um JK Two edfomlng building ..... Country Club ..... Buy m2lJO :
...., urn AU Tuvfunciif i . '.' BRICK AND BLOCK Pro .ltl... Inc.
M.MM U.I IV* i v Neighborhood Is that the United States of America throe h the
W MUM hereby given acting
: w errs., Me MWM&M : 864 N. 3 St. 1 BA home In .Ice ..... Same nnen... REALTORS (904))96-4.5231 Farmers Home Administration United States Department of Agricultuj- will
:Wei Temple Ave.Starke I BR. Bath homo. sell, as is, the following-described property; ,

Uk$'Butler Farm Canter ft., ft Assee. PARCEL NO. l: Advice No. 53937 (Acquired 1-5-79; Pittman) Lot
I sa 121 Lake Butter i 1. I longchamp 25, Shaw's Addition to Lake Butler Union County. Florida. Includes

496-3921 i iiu-7Hl' ll&1' r l I Inc. concrete block dwelling 3 BORM iVk baths with approx.
,-ursr-.... ii sae ea u. r C C ,Mini Storage .l ROOM TO GROW Just right for a growing .......iy.kite 1058 sq. ft. living area. Located corner of Hwy 231 and S.W. I2thl

I MI.-... R dx kek of of oke> *m BR 2 SA. 1MO t":ft..large fenced backyard and<. Street Lake Butler, Florida. :<..

I U_ .OIWaa..aaas to elementary ( Screened PARCEL NO. 2: Advice No. 66383 (Acquired 9-10-80( ; Peterso.JJ.
WHAT A DiALI 3 BR. 2 BA. Nice ayeut.
ERAFlULKf Our Grand Opening Special1st Lot 13, Block A, Azalea Park Subdivision Columbia County
....10 and ...... double. car garage. Many .-.
(siNSATIONALI Beautiful. S ER. I BA. lot borders en Florida. Includes brick dwelling, 3 BDRM 1 bath with approx. op
. + Month 1/2 off locked aand. Maintenance free exterler.Jint sq.ft. living area. Located on Tulip Avenue Lake City Florida. T I

REALTY 8x12 8x12 10x12 12x18 *, Irttta Buy a LOTI T...... .lots ttort .. ".000. PARCEL NO. 3: Advice No. 79547 (Acquired 2-2-82; Gay) Lot >A

I Inquire at Suzuki-Kawasaki of Stark with owner financing. Near K.f' ....-. Tina Subdivision Columbia County, Florida.Includes masonry and
,..Cell Today for datallt en mete" concrete dwelling, 3 BDRM 14 baths, with approx. 1000 sq. ft. lid
Hwy 301 S. 884-6020 .hew fitted
and ether aropertlet we ing area. .v
4 964-5065
U.S.301 South -
PARCEL NO. 4: Advice No. 82065 (Acquired 3-3042; McCoy) Lot

Michael I.Cn.,. Realtor 14, Block 5, Unit 2, Shady Oaks Subdivision, Columbia Count*.

"Day-* 4-70M Eenlngtte4HZ7PI. Florida. Includes brick veneer dwelling, 3 BDRM, 1 bath with aff

[EHREAITQR Cl-J.q 1-MW-S43-8448 prox. 1026 sq. ft.living area. It.

!b-l.. tW..dc .... PARCEL!: NO. S: Advice No. 65737 (Acquired 9-2-80; Maxwell) Lit

9dLbld.P Pale Or H You're IntemtedIn I, Kal-Way Subdivision, Columbia County Florida. Includes brick(

A New Home dwelling 3 BDRM. bath, with approx. 900 sq. ft.living area, 9 i
PERKINS PARCEL NO. 6:. Advice No. 82456 221 Lafayette St.Ac....teem WI.h...... ,
14,Shaw's addition to Lake Butler Union County, Florida. Include:
t OFFICE HOURS (904) '264-5444' LIMITED TIME ONLY brick dwelling. 3 BDRM, IV, baths, approx. 1000-1100 sq. ft. Uvir%
:M_,..PvI.9.5 .......2..... area.

A. M. W. Perkins ....o-.OJa '04Beova This property may be Inspected by prospective bidders arWAlarcb. $, 1983.

C.. Wayne, Parkins owa.r4- ) aprnM:: 3 br.,. Me veneer, 1% bath, central H/A Arrangements for inspection may be made by contacting Mr. Joseph D.
Garland, County Supervisor, Farmers Home Administration, 1992 Souqi Firs

carport. uHtty room and carpeting' Street. U.S.D.A. Agricultural Service Center Lake .City ,Florida,, 32055.

on your lot Telephone No. (904) 752-8465. f
The sale will be by sealed bid.Bids will be received until the public opening of !

the bids, which will be at 1:30: p.m. March 31,1983, at the Office of life State i
PINEl FREST'I, Director Farmers Home Administration, Room 214 Federal Building,401 S.E.

1-800-342-8448 1st Avenue,P.O. Box 1088 Gainesville FL 32602. 7)
APARTMENTS Bid forms may be obtained at either of the above addresses. Y
N+ 'b ,,964PHONE 964-6853 Terms of sale will be: V
1-2 tit 3 .BBdraom 'A,.: 1) Cash,or ,'*

"..w foam MM" ta 2t7H LWIJwfNHfip. Homes ''ine ,!3) 33 yrs 0 10.75% Interest for eligible,low-to-moderate Income applicant
*3). 33 yrs O 12.1IO'Ko Interest for eligible above-moderate Income applicant
LOVELY HOME IN THE COUNTRY* pew. -4) 10% down 10 O 12.5O'Ko Interest for Ineligible applicant
Starker Fterida yrs.
ad reed.eve INO .*.' N. H/. A .|Nwe plus Ig? fi) lea: 'w:Mlirf-1.. ,,)It. This property will be sold without regard to race, color,, creed sex, age,
craen arcl). Fl nroelae, Faintly ream. .4 BR, S BA, tAERB ,, : 11% & 13% AVAILABLE marital status or national origin. ,
religion ,
welbfep. f A,..,..,. a WHy W4p"u ,' P..wed heril ___ t'lt VA FHA n

; ...-' "'?-. PMr.cNwt Plwe. ......... ear I, '.\ "JiUI.f'1IIf"o!.. /; .1, .1'1 IF YOU WAUFY I The United States of Anericav.1IIe right to reject any or all bids.March '

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for Brownie scouts includes/ Patsy Montereyy'W\
earning din
Kttvittity-onu' years ago( Girl Scouts: Philllpllj ,
'n, \ were started In the United Klut(!N by u, Brownie B badges while Juniors<< continue Diane ai/l4t CollinWAn.; .
". ,; t''" phono cull in Savannah, <<<; .:-Julictta':"' Ui earn badges and putthen.CudetloH dreg Waterhouse, Patty Mullins.
', Gordon Low culled friend telling her also work on badges and patches C rmen' Eaves; Hampton' Cluster
she had someting for the girls In hut and challenges( with a program leaders are Andrea Abrams Betsy
city and all over the U.S. designed for them and Seniors A re- Mersey; Brooker Cluster leaden Include
It. We are sure she would have been cent program designed for Cadettes Kathy Hobbs Ethel Douglas,
.;, overwhelmed by the number tlf scouts, and Seniors is the Gold and Silver Sylvia Fletcher; Lawtey Cluster
'. io.," today In the pnlled Slates and the Awards. The Gold represent the leaders are Edna' Allen, Willie Mae
broad program thel.arc offered. highest achievement in scouting, .Randolph, Regina Price, ChristineLee
Juliette, "Daisy", was a 'which replaces the First Class ; RJE Cluster leaders are
,\ sensitive artist and lover nature. Award. Elizabeth Walker Beulah Lennon
: Never one to lake no for an answer The five worlds include Today and Barbara Easley, Mary Strong; Lake.
she was a delightful eccentric who Tomorrow, Arts,.'Out-of-Doors, Well Butler Cluster leaders are Joyce
defied the stcrotypo image of the Being, People. z Wainwright, Cathy Hicks, Sharon
wealthy society do-gooder and began McGuire.
(he Girl Scout organization In 1912. Troops are very forturnate so many
,' I" Her creative spirit has resulted in a organizations share their facilities
youth movement which has had an for meeting places. In Lake Butler
Scouts Caught in the Wagon impact on the lives of millions of girls- troops meet In the Women's Club,'In
and women. Hampton the troops meet In the Bap-
Itdiu-nihrr the Neighborhood c niM>ut hiNt fall, loved
everyone The Service Team for B-U tist Church and
In Brooker the
\ Scouting in Starke area was re- troops
the wagon at the culrancp. Here the Hampton scouts will be nrotrvtrrt -
\, from "ntlavk" by Johnny llohhg.Cadettc activated in 1957 by Betty Warren, Chairman Neighborhood includes Neighborhood meet at the Brooker Elementary
,'I< Pat Spengler, Alvira DeVoe, Marion Carolyn Eaves, Service School.
.. .. Ritch, Lola Nelson, Laurel Jockel, Team Manager Diane Tlerney, Lawtey troops meet at the Lawtey
I" j,.: ... Judy Dukes Ann Whlffen, Mrs. C. R. Secretary Nancy Odom, Cookie Elementary' School and in the Lee
1;" '. Tillman and Mrs. F. R. Danney. The Chairman Lila Rae Yawn, QSP_Chairman home. RJE ,troops. meet In,'the. RJE
., ._,.... i1IIro.! ("f' only record we could find prior to that Wanda Smith Cluster complex.
'. ... ;. ':;I-- 1: time was a troop whose leaders were Chairmen (Southslde) Laurie Starke troops meet In First Baptist
.' ;, Lemal Colson and Bess Burns In 1940 Mullins, (Starke) Joyce Sutton, Church, First United Methodist
and Edith Reimer-as a leader of a (RJE), Elizabeth Walker Lawtey) Church, Small World Day Care,
.. troop in 1954.Starke Edna Allen, (Hampton) Andrea Masonic Hall, and.First Presbyterian
Is now part of Bradford- Abrams, (Brooker) Kathy Hobbs, and Church.
Union Neighborhood and has grown to (Lake Butler) Kathy Hicks. Most of the service team meetingsand
20 troops for 1982-83 with a total of 32S neighborhood meetings for
girls and adults now registered. The Leaden In the Starke Cluster In- leaders are at the.'' First United
neighborhood is, divided into seven clude Joyce Sutton, Mary Looney Methodist Church. American Legion
clusters. Troops act as sister troops Susan Coins, Cheryl Moss Judy Post 58 is a new sponsor for Starke
within the clusters and all levels workon Dukes, Lou Ann howe. Carolyn; Girl Scouts and the famous Girl Scout
the scouting program' which In- Eaves .Laurie Mullins, Carole Cookies are now being distributed
O'Steen; Southslde Cluster leaders from there.



Troop 520 learn First Aid...

Rescue Supervisor Cliff Chapman helps the tom,"!
radettes earn their Emergency Preparedness Cadettes Is eating. They celebrated Thinking
Patch. is fun to learn with Cliff and RescueAnnie" Day with Senior Troop 669 by eating chili and
Seven Cadettes desserts from other countries Laurie Mullins
I are working to achieve
their Silver Award this spring. and Cheryl Furrow prevented a slide show of Our
Cabana in Mexico.
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games, and foods from other countries.Mrs, Sarnt,taught the scouts a game

Brownie i Leader... from The Thailand.Juniors are planning a trip to Cypress Gardens this month In addition to
Leader Susan Coins proves she was ,working on several badges. Brownies have earned their'Brownie ..B.. *
1I, once a Brownie herself by showing already and last week enjoyed Mrs. Whlffen's cookie and slides 'from her

AND this picture of her In uniform. home country, Germany.

RJE Cluster Joins Lawtey for Thinking Day... '
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lanl leader a few years ago bulb she and her motht'. '
no ing scouting Ilirk Is program the flunlrr lit Lake Chairman: Butler.as Catherine well as leader Schoen of still help scouts sell euoklr llrlsy Yawn In currently .I\ -) GIRL SCOUTS' GIRt 4 l T.w EKMAR-dj6-12,1983 1 ,

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March I., itt 33 Pig liB

I Miss America e ..to' Appear. ',,at ;,V $Qiii1.\1rril 6" NolW Open I

Mis America 1983 Debra Sue Mat "i ..... "" .I, III fments In southern California' as well HODGES INSURANCE AGENCY

tel, will be appearing at the Bradford -l : 'has a volunteer entertainer for the
County Fair on April 6. I.:1i i'i' t .
: Kedren
Mental Retardation Institu-
W tMtsa' Maffet,' 25, U the daughtef of .,'\''' ;!>' I. i' > tion and the Veteran's Administration Automobile Home Owners Mobile Homes Life
Mr and Mrs R. D. Matte of Hospital.
Anaheim California. Her father Is a I. ,.-... .,.'. Miss Maffet has worked in a bakery 964-4571 for
"retired Call
teacher quote
and ., ,I ,, :: and has started a small modeling
Her mother .\ct'C '. ':;;i agency. '
fand owns and
], ,t re. She has one operates brother an antique Randy, ,J .! .'" ; \" Located In Faulkner Realty Building

v'alle; 29, and three sisters Sherri .27 !.,' t,'" ,\ FLORIDA Across from Wlihhnm Chicken
s Jennifer, 23, and Lisa, 20. : ;,,\ I(>;i : "
MIss Mattet graduated from Lamar \ ,
", '![ THEATRE
University in 1880 with a Bachelor's ,;
?degree In music. She followed ''''. '
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: of .'\I.; '. Starke 964-5451
:Bourse general studies with an em- .\. "
phMbi In fine arts, especially music, $ ;
': Fit Sat. Sun.
art theatre and communication. Pastry Shop
svocca l has had seven
training, as W yearsthree ( 51 ANGFFZC32H .
I'of'bugle,one of I. 138 E. Call St., Starke 964-5890
year tap jazz and
ballet and two years of drama, .. AND A
'I;:She was a member of the ;- GENTLEMAN
Nationaluean' for Easter Decorated Cakes, Cookies and Cup Cakes,
', List, the Student Senate and
.college was one hostesses of ten students selecred as IS- r AMIIA.'orPlMtl..O Also Lamb, Rabbits and Egg Shape Cakes.

.Pride. inl President's $ And Hot Cross Buns

She was also the promotion director: 3O1 DRIVE-IN
'for the campus TV station and a part-
announcer for the radio iosm All
vtltne campus
station Fri. thru Mon. $ Lake:Area 0.1(0*
aHer future scholastic goals Include '
.second Bachelor's degree In music :y1 o Auto Service
,and a teaching certificate. She would t Jf
eventually like to obtain a Master's I'f + Inc.
degree in music. Her talent in the Domestic & Imports Ronnie Irwin Technician
,jpageant was popular singing. ,
Her future ambitions are to become ) ,' ,
tL 1 52J Repelrs.0
= All Automotive
.a professional singer and a talk show a.3.,

hostess Imother and She a would teacher also later like in to life.be a + .'M1'' C'i .PLUS Parts & Service -. 24 Hour Service ......

; Her hobbies include.Jazzaerobics HELL NIGHT (i) 475-1042 Shop 475-1554 Home GOSE
reading, science fiction and the ?{a- -
Atonal Man-Watchers Association. 11I11II: II SR 21 & 26 Downtown Melrose

; ,She participates In several sports, I
including Softball water skiing.rollerskating II I
and riding. I
K Miss Maffet was co-porducer and .. "Letters; Notations&
co-hostess for a 7-hour live telethon hr 11 Recollections"I
that raised $40,000 for. the United. I
Fund. Sbe toured the southern U.S.

with a college group called the Car- : ,Jones Funeral Home
dinal. Singers .
She-was a member'of the Madrigal
Singers in college and selected
was to
lour England, France and Germany A Dear Mr. FutchI
with a singing group whose goal was believe that one of the best investments my husband

to promote'tourism for the U.S. made 3 years ago was a paid up funeral service. Althoughthe
.: .She has appeared on TV soap
the interest I
into account
operas and was part of a variety show Miss America... Debra Sue Maffet money was paid a
..fund-raiser- 'for.police and fire depart- received paid for the increase in the- funeral, cost, during
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'those those 3 J"'ears,

I It was the assistance I received from you during the funeral period that made it possible for

i tBrooker News 'me' to retain my composure. I am deeply indebted to you.

r.'. : '. Thank you very much.
Scott Douglas received'the fishing earning points toward food
; exploring' "
by merit and hiking badges:Joel Brewer badges last weekend. '
r' phone 485-1344 received badges in wood carving and The young ladles' visited several', JONES FUNERAL HOME

Awards (Ceremony Mar. 17., pioneering. At this meeting final stores comparing prices before main ',n
plans were completed for the upcoming ing purchases for the weekend cam- 514 Nona Starke Hwy 100 Keystone Heights
Report cards for the fourth six- camp out the weekend of March pout at the Tom Casey home nearStarke. .,. 964-6200 473-3176
weeks will go home with the students 12. ...
Tues.,Mar. 15. Girl Scout News... -
Parents are encouraged to set up an ','11. .
appointment with your childa teacher The Bro ker Girl Scouts, under the' 0' .. "v-ut- .
to discuss_>TOWrVcard3>Thi fourth' leadership bf<:Cathy'Hobbtf.JWor'kedT: : t"; : ,StarkeiFa !y ;PIai fns'I Clinic "f1 ;' V I J.r S bb e"--1: I; arl

s weeik Vtards '" '"t4.'"M. ....r"" 'i.r.'fo, 'wanee# Wv .,'% """"''"w r rl tj ; 7'I
n ftuh ( I
.dt11'150,7 11 March 17, beginning' ; "" ,,,/1-, 1 ; ,. _oii1r 3$;;tied))
\ at 8":4S: the school to the :
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spelling bee which begins at' 9 on. WANTED Vasectomfes. -9.(:

No School Mar. 18... 4 HOMES No Hospital: stay necessary No Abortions performed. Bradford Telegraph

'A reminder to parents that Friday, Lake Region Monitor
March 18, Is an inservice training day 964-6500 jj, I
for all teachers in Bradford County. 4 homeowners in .the J general Union County Times
Therefore March 18 will be a student area will he given the :v
holiday. opportunity to have new f' For One Year And

& M Sales... SolidVinyl;; House :Siding; 1"'" '
applied to their home with We GuaranteeYou'll Get A 6-Month
The sixth grade c:1a1S1s busy with a '
decorative work
md-ralsing project to help pay ex-
ensea for a graduation banquet to be ul a very low cost. Tim Subscription ,
eld in June. Monies received from amazing new product has!
lies of M&M candies will go toward captured the interest Sent to a Friendor
pro *babe sale is plann- homeowners throughout
In the r uture. Your support the'United States who are' Relative i
be Iate& '
III r' fed up with constant'paint For CENT ;
ONE more
oy ,. \ 1 ing and other maintenance. Kick I II
At Court-of Honor C051$?:lit will last you a" -
It M following young lifetime and provides' full
en wa >: Greg Pardee. insulation summer and the Habit!
and hik-
g 0114 class Randall rank Smith winter as well as Tire pro-:
lection.: Our new product '
Irst aid.badKes; {;
i e ,S .Kevin :Starling can be 'used over every .. ,
IV hiking' merlt badges type of home,, including We've got a moneyback guarantee that you'll kick the
frame, block,
\ bestos.stucco'concrete etc. Solid as habit if you attend our Stop Smoking Clinic. If you have

fare Centerei1e Vinyl is now going to be not stopped smoking by; the end of the course, we'll refund
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introduced to the.county your money. Please' enter subscription
area. Your home: can be //I. The course uses subliminal motivation to encourage my
I. StarkeThe
in showplace in the country_ you to change your habits and reinforce your willpower. to the Telegraph,

Bradford-Union Guidance For an appointment, mail Plus, the techniqueS have a positive relaxing effect.on your
JHnlc'i Community Day Care opened within; days -'name and body, so you'll feel less anxiety and become motivated to' Monitor or Times

Feb.Starke?28at, next 1060 to Head N. Pins'Start Street In the in address to: quit. !Getting rid\ of the smoking''habit 'will,be a pleasing FIN'RL WUK

former RJE school. VINYL BUILDING '['experience. .
f The center provides a preschool instructional MATERIALS: ,So kick the habit. at the BH Stop"Smoking Clinic. With
program for 2-5 year olds. ; ;,
can't lose. Details of the will
It offer healthy balance of education "' our you guarantee ,
p. o. Box 711 > '
and play.according to Director. be explained the first meeting "''f'', '' i

bebra Williams. Lutz. ,'Florida 33549'. The class will' be held on: -waif ." 'I"' :'

.,8 to Hours 5:30: p.m.of operation,Monday are through from Friday 1..m: March 24;\29. 31, Aprils, 7 and 12 from", Address" ,.,,, '1' .
:At no extra coat a breakfast lunch 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. 'f\t'f;! f'i
And afternoon snack are served NAME:. Early : $65;' At-the-Doorr $7'' '
"; For children to be eligible the 10 hours NO ?p% city x, ), ;t ; II .:.. ,5 State ZipEnc'lMedTs
; credit ,
Barents must be working or in school: ,ADDRESS:, :_.:, c_., J. .' } ,
at least 20 hours per week Applications Place Fellowship Hall First Presbyterian ,
will be taken daily after 5 p.m.;' CITY *i ''Church. 921.East Call Street (across. the.stf! from 'my check for one years subscription, plus

-or this. Interested Saturday parents March 12 may from: phone 19p.m. 'STATE*f .,..,, ,;,:?. Bradford Hospital)) (; One Cent more for a 8-months subscription to be sent to

.Ms. Williams the at 9G4-above 794 times., or drop by' PHONE: f !.?' ?.,.... .' tftea, fits tttalt flit-fttatr foal taut,---> ttrsrtsttm tttwi tttatr- : the name and address listed below:
the center *
V Staff fort'the new center Includes' ,'Please give directions! ;, Stop Smoking Course Registrationri I (i 4l'FSE x* ,

Ms. Williams, the) director; teachers M giiMf'''ma tar In* count Said Ixlow. I understand thai M I do not prar.yes.nd payhy500p.ro. ,Send-a 6 month subscription to: I I
Bonnie Ford;Jane Hall, and Barbara. Morning,;Noon or .lh..w skdayb.kx.th.tr.tda..iwtUhawtopayanat-eh.l -doorr.y.trCtontaw.t,1.ounderpartd l '
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