Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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February 12, 1981
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Local Roads to Get 4 'Digits ,j':, ADFORD OOV

It may be confusing, but parts of 13 northeasterly to SR-100. north SR-125,now known as 225A.
secondary roads In Bradford County Road Number 1196- From C-18 Road Number 1206' FronrtSR-200
will be renumbered with 4-digit southerly and easterly to C.18, known to SR-100 known as th..t.' Edwards
numbers- an effort by the state as the Dedan Church Road. Loop Road now 100A. ;J.. *:
Department of Transportation to Road Number 1201- From SR-21 to Road Number From'SR-100
eliminate confusion and aid the SR-100, now 21A and 21B.the Santa Fe to Clay County Line, known as the 1.rrapIThe
motoring public. Lake Roads. Brooklyn Lake Road, now 214: f'
For instance, Bayless Highway or Road Number 1202From SR-16 to .Road Number 1404-) From' C-21 to
SR-225 from SR-100 going north to SR-229, now 229A. Clay County Line, known as,, the
SR-Z29 will be road number 1194, and ,Road Number 1203From SR-IOOA Brooklyn Lake Road.
Laura Church Road, which loops off to SR-230 now 229A and known as the Road Number 1471 From Alachua
SR-16 east of Starke, will be road Bethel Church Road. County Line to C-18 at Hampton", now Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven102nd
number 1204. Road Number 1204From SR-16 to 325. ,

The new state ,numbers plus the SR16. known as the Laura Church Road Number 1475From Alaclma Year STAKKE.FLORIDA 25 Cent Copy
Line to C-18 at Graham now
quadrant by numbering the county should system leave instituted Road.Road Number 1205- From SR-225 225. # ?D 8 90 h!' blue J\\ L Thursday.February 12. 1981 DSPS 062-700

,even the oldest residents unclear

about may be road able numbers to drive,anywhere though some they IF AS Scientists LaudStarke's

want to go because they know the L I

roads. It's all pretty confusing, said
Clerk Gib Brown when explaining themPlans
Monday to the county com r
E.W Hodges Pioneering
the board had agreed to t: .
the new system last year in a resolution ", ..,. J '

\ .
The state, according to District MO1U NUSTIoN
L Transportation Planning Engineer EFFICIENT IApA' Of Alternate EnergyStarke
i J.H. Pitman, Sr.. has run out of ; ,
numbers for roads because the three j. ,' {
digit numbers allow only 999 roads. DURATION
.[ Four digit numbers will allow 9,999 .: nEDtSIGNED was commended for its initiative generator in the country. The two
secondary roads over the state. STEM IIflrll" in seeking alternate energy IFAS staff members, and personnel
S1 Cobt13USTI0NINTsERNgyVt1N for its ) from other of the
Secondly the return of the former sources municipal power plant departments
by for IFAS (Institute ol have been
secondary road to the counties ,' a spokesmen University working closely
beginning system in. 1971 and the \ Food and Agricultural Sciences) from with the City of Starke in develop-
,l"' 1' the University of Florida last week. ment of the experimental prototype.It .
abolishment of the; secondary systemin '
1977 has created additional road Dr. John Gerber. IFAS director of was announced that the second

numbering problems, stated Pitmanin .. grants and Dr. Wayne Smith, director gasification unit will be tested today
his letter to the county commission. of the Center for Biomass Energy in Dunellon. where it was fabricated
; "In an effort to eliminate the confusion '. Systems spoke at the Starke Rotary and that both gasifiers will be broughtto
and to aid the motoring public, Club, reviewing the development of a Starke and Installed on the
the Department has prepared the j project for converting one unit of the generator for final testing some time
Florida Road Numbering Plan. The city's power plant to the burning of next month
Plan Is based on a four digit system I wood biomass to create gas for use as The gasifiers will burn clean dry
(9,999 numbers available), and will fuel instead of diesel or natural gas. wood chips which will be produced in-
permit the assignment of numbers to I itially by Crown Lumber Co. of
; Dr. Gerber said Starke would be
and collector roadsin has been
all of the arterial Starke,although no contract
the state. As a result of this plan, t pioneering in the field of alternate entered into for the future supply of
number : energy with what is believed to be the successful.
each road will have a unique wood if initial tests prove
SI r-- first such conversion of an electric
guide ,
which will serve as a motoring
in the field and as a travel guide on' r F = The one-unit prototype is being
financed by a $327,000 grant from the
maps. In addition, it provide a p
uniform reference for official Department of energy after an earlier
.} records," stated Pitman In his letter + Chamber application for funds to convert all of
the city's generators was turned
.l? to the board.
Public hearing was held Feb. 21,' down.
Later the same day (Wednesday.
: 1980 In Stark on the new numbering
;. plan and on Sept. 25, 1980 Secretary of Budget Feb. 4) the Starke project was
featured on Channel TV's eveningnews
Transportation William approved -
stated in a segment showing the
ed road numbering plan
development of Starke's proposed

: Pitman.DOT is prepared to implement the wood-burning operation.It .
ApprovedMembers that the will
was pointed out plant
numbering plan throughout
: new
utilize wood that would other-
'. District 2, of which Bradford County scraps
:. is a part. All DOT road numbers Of the Starke-Bradford wise be wasted by the many clearingand
: which have been changed will be County Chamber of Commerce boardof pulpwood operations in the
Starke area. Wood is a renewable
: revised In the field and on official governors approved a $26,550
,. maps as soon us practical, Pitman budget for 1981 that included a 7 percent source of energy and if the gasifi-
cation is successful would at
the commission. s ap cost-of-living raise for
; wrote county pay least free the municipal
'I I '''' Since the county commission has w Executive-Vice President Bill Wilson partially
here from fossil
dependence on
't approved the new road numbering at the monthly meeting of. the board plant fuels.
I)1'= tystem,:DOT wilt permit installation t..J" Thursday, Feb. 5. -
: Described man's oldest fuel and
sr- .: of county signs on DOT junction sign _Better_ .__ .',Gas. ,Mileage.v .._ \.f-.t .....,..., ,"' .-'- Wilson was SiMnthe''pay'raise of as wood
: L provide
..J ,......., :;, "" all con* which increases hit salary to source energy may
pos ts!'"end-wltMtd ntY"1'08d8i" ,MaVHW* i.J.<<.. lM.... 1IW nr__ the cuburelorrleretor to one-fifth of the nation s
.. ... ..., f. up energy
4rIl2P7ftlatt"1ikl tMn"a'i d tiariurSoaalsymbols He also
BHS science fair this week:, i study of modifying a car* pany vill Iry to buy $17.132.76. serves as general by the 2000, according to a study
on all state road maps and on to give 27 percent better gas mileage.Whlffen bat A manager of the Bradford County Fair year
3 .. *w the general highway map of the coun; _..* and executive director of the Brad by WorldWatch Institute a nonprofit
research In the U.S. the
: ty. No other numbers or' symbols will ;/ ford County Development Authority.The number of organization.wood stoves for home
.; \: be shown on the maps. Parado Locklin Are Division Winners chamber is reimbursed for
The commission asked Clerk Gib $6,000 of the executive vice. heating has soared, and the use of
Brown to notify Pitman that Bradford i president's salary by the Bradford wood in industry and power genera-
tion also shows of the
signs growth,
County approved the new road County Fair Association.
numbering plan in 1980 Mike Whiff Has Top Science Projectree The budget calls for receipts of report says.
Familiar road numbers under the'new $26,550 and disbursements amountingto

.. system will be: $25,185.
u Road Number 16From Union Because new president Benton ChrSoiun;: trier
County Line to Clay County Line. Development of a modified car- Futch was unable to attend the board
.Road Number is- From Union buretor that gives 27 percent better meeting because of business com '
; County Line to SR-100. fuel efficiency won Michael Whiffen mitments the appointments of com-
i j Road Number 21-From Clay County the top award in the Bradford High mittees was tabled until the March 5 (t tf
Line to Clay County Line. Science Fair held Tuesday and meeting of the board.
I .Road Number 100- From Clay Wednesday, Feb. 1011. Futch is .expected to appoint 'l\
.. County Line northerly and westerly to Randy Parado won first place in the membership, legislative and govern- f :fjJ"f.
:I Union County Line. physical science division with a studyof mental affairs community projects l.. .
,; .Road Number 100A-From SR-100 the qualities of spring water.Curtis and executive committees next -" ). : /..--
to SR-100.. Locklin won first place in the month.
Road Number '125From Clay biological division with a study of the Wilson announced the board of

County Line to Union County Line. effects of microwaves on sod ger- governors approved that next mon 'L
I' Road Number 200from Alachua mination.A th's meeting would be held at Crosley .
County Line to Clay County Line. patent is pending on Whiffen's In- Trailer Plant on US-301 about 2 miles ; <
. i Road Number 221- from SR-200 to vention. Whiffen, a junior at BUS m south of Starke with Wilson to come .
I, SR200. says he can improve the fuel efficiency up with a lunch for those attending the
,.t Road Number 225-Prom SR-200 even more. Whiffen, the son of Dr. meeting and tour of the trailer plant. THURSDAY.FE8RUARV12DAV
t"1 (US-301) westerly and northerly to and Mrs. Wayne Whiffen of Starke. He reported that the trailer firm CHAPTER 46
I'', SR-100 and SR-100 northerly and has been working on the project overa : employs 25 people.A Meeting
( easterly to Clay County Line. year. He first used a car, but that : motion was made to authorize 7:30 P.M.
; '. .Road Number 227- From C-18 northeasterly became too expensive and he switched Wilson to poll the board of governorsfor Pratt SI. Rec.Ctr.
I to SR-225. to a lawn mower. W a person to serve as president
l Road Nudmber 229From C-16 to There were 77 projects in the 1981 elect and assume the presidency in SATURDAY. FEBRUARY"
Union County Line. BUS fair. Twenty-eight students who 1 p rhk" Jan. 1982. An announcement of the VALENTINE DANCEby
t Road Number 230From SR-200 to Avon either first or second place rib- person selected will be announced at BMS PTO
.'F I Clay County Line. I bans qua If led for regional competition next month's meeting. 7-10 P.M.-BMS Gym
.Road Number 233-From SR-200 to set March :5-6 at Lake City Com- Admission $1.00

i\ f +\; C-1202, the northwest portion of the munity College. s ti Ages K thru Or.S
I Morgan Church Road. "The kids worked'real hard this: 2 School OfficialsGet ...... ..
Road Number 235From Alachua WHITE ELEPHANT SALE
Science Instructor Jerry
'I I County Line northerly to Union Coun- year McGriff, who heads up the science fair Tires,Slashed Benefit of American

ty Line, in Brooker area here each year. McGriff expressed Two Bradford County school officials Heart Association
: Road Number 237- From AJchua 'satisfaction with both the quantityand had tires on their cars slashed Front/Stark.Nursing Home
r County Line to C-18. quality of the projects this year. while they attended a school board 10 a.m.-7 p.m.MONDAY.FE8RUARY1'.

New four-digit road numbers will This (Is the largest number of projectsin lie Dove Deep... work session in Starke Monday, Feb.
McGrif said usually 9.
4-5 ,
be: there are years around 50 projects. dove 66 feet deep In thi springs to get data to determine the Police records show two tires on the BRADFORD CO.SCHOOL BD.
...' Road Number 1194- From SR-100 'The judges had a real tough time properties of spring w.ter.111s project topped the physlcial science division. car of Myrna Lou Rahn, coordinator Meeting7:00 P.M.
northerly and .easterly to SR-229 deciding on the winning projects Federal Title I funds,and two tires on .... .. *.
known as the Bayless Highway. McGriff added. ture taken with his project; the winner Tracy McRee Mary Richardson, the car of Jim Duncan, principal of BRADFORD COMMISSIONERS I
-; Road Number: 1195- From C-235 Parado, a junior and the son of Mr. of the biological J division. Barrie McDuffie, Stacey Denmark, Bradford High 'School were MEETING-7tM p.m.
and Mrs. Romeo Parado of Ralford First place winners in the BUS fair Jules Wise and Bernie Akridge. maliciously slashed according to the Insurance Bids

.!-. .v Use CautionM dived 66 feet deep in three springsnear in addition to Whiffen, Parado andLOcklin Both first and second places qualifyfor Starke Police Department.The Tf$ 5DAY.FEBRUARY17
': High samples of are Tim Gonzales, Ella regional competition. The top two criminal mischief was done CITY OF STARKE
-. / In Approaching water at different dept for his studyof Mann Tommy Crosby, Terrie places a regional qualify for the state between 8:05pm. and 9:35: p.m.while Special Meetinfl-4! P.M.
> spring water. Parado.found the Mathews, Kimberly Rieske, Vickie science fair. the two people attended the meeting. Regular MeetingP.M..
\ deeper the water the less oxygen, the Carver. Cheryl Furrow, Michael. The top two winners at regional Records show last month Duncan s Public Notice H..rl...-*P.M.
MFlashingSignals pH became more basic, and it got Christmas, and Pamela Duffy. automatically\ win trips to the interna- vehicle had sand poured in the gas
'"", << : much colder. Second place winners are Tammy tional science fair,. as did Janice tank while his car was parked on THURSDAY.PE8RUARY1'SOUPCHILI
na;: ,.Merrill be a.'City' of Starke utility, Locklin who lives with Rev. andMrs. Mann Robert Fisher Edward Crews Jockel and Beth Yawn from BUS last Washington Street LUNCHEON
"n.director. told the Telegraph that the Mike Anderson at .Kingsley Robin Stern. John RIggs Mary year. At the work session this week Dun- 1st Un.Methodist Church
; flashing traffic lights have had some Lake,had the flu and was not present Campbell Brian Thomas, Beth Francis Alternates to regional are can drove up into the administration 11a.rn.-1 p.m.
problems. In recent days and weeks Wednesday morning to have his plc-, ,. Kelli Carver, Teresa Harley and Sherri Norman. grounds right next to the front of the Donation 1.50

*with the problems corrected.r 'building. Takeouts availableSandwiches .
>= ,He explained that from time to timer a desserts

.. r controllers in the lights go bad and Outside Hard Freeeze.Predicted for TonightIts Inside. JOe extra
when they do, the lights start flashing : ; ..

until the controllers are replaced. Lake: level in the area. which had been approaching historic low of 174.34-recorded in'April 1968.- Two Sections ..'\:-,Dees Indicatedespare historic lows.were given an upward boost this week with a Lake Geneva was measured at M.1S feet above sea level SECTION A: -,

Alights but the others have to be total of almost 4. inches of rain Monday and Wednesday at the end of January slightly below ita previous historic News...., ........Pages 1A-3A < ._I lto ,
controllers following thre&-monthclrouabt. In November.December' low of 99.59. Brooklyn's level stood at 104.83 feet at \the end Editorial.... ..:.....:.Page 4A ((904) 782-3931
specially ordered. and low of' .%3. .. ..... .., .
: 1 lie Indicated ,all the traffic lights January.The of January- still 7.'feet above Its historic Society. Pages SA-7ACorrapondencePag. HOMIS LOTS ACMAOIAUTHORni
rains have also given temporary relief to forest 7A D DEAL .
'areenrrently' :operating-.'. withoutAash1og fires which have burned 220 acres In the county in 25 Ores i The rains were accompanied by milder temperatures Sports...:. .... .....Page lAAtALeais
lights., since Feb. 1. Fourteen of the fires were maliciously set,, with low readings of 35 Monday, 43 Tuesday and 57 a Real Est..: .:,Page 11A
4i s pees surges drivers to approach a with the rest attributed to carelessness.: The Florida 'W y. SECTION 8: ,
ashing traffic' light with extreme Forest Service said brisk winds from the Girl ,11B
l caution: at the Intersections involved. again A low of 26 degrees la predicted for Thursday mania Dream Results.I
the next few days would soon dry out the woods Fair and cold Is Obituaries.Page 48,
Several ''denta have been caused asked for the public to use caution in burning. ., with 15 mph winds from the northeast. News ; ,B
", .r recently i the public not paying attention Kingsley Lake: at the end dropped to'a' forecast for Friday, with partly cloudy and warmer Saturday Classifieds.Brl.bpPaga........."..'....Page 78 ,Hwy 301 N.! P.O. Bo;* 1796CawleyFL320S
:to. flashing lights., : level of 174.W feet above sea IneI.m.7ball an inch above and Sunday.


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Page 2A rrELEGRAPIi February 12.1981
L'/t"j'Il/ .
,. /av bYsaa' b w, .saa aVanaalaal w1 I In Courthouse,r ,
yr"4. xf%% a+lYv :State Attorney Waiite'Mpre: Space

,.Af.1 ''" .nj I I .. .. ... ,, Accepted for evaluation two bidson
Ra1kI 4 'Ifth4 '
"d IIaNn raaIs Struggling with a record case load, said he has talked l the situation over In other action Monday Feb., the fencing to put the inspection station -
Assistant State Attorney Tom Elwell with Parole and Probation Supervisor commission: out of the county work yard. The
) I'ateeir has asked the Bradford County Com- William W. Hicks, and some trade of inspection station is open different
.er'6.+Iw lk .. i mission for additional space in the space might be worked out. Approved the Zoning Board's hours it was pointed out. "Handyman

to auh1ul courthouse. About six months Elwell and recommendation to reclassify 18 Fence Co. of Starke bid $1,989 and
I Elwell told the commissioners Mon- Pam Lawson ago' took acres owned by T.J. Mann from EA to Manning Fence Co. .of Keystone
his secretary overa
a, atMM I all 1 to, day, ,Feb. 2, that the his office Is conference room and one of four offices RlC. residential for mobile homes. Heights bid 148693. The Job entails
i1wM x1Isa1 ft fr ,knM handling 425 cases this year, far which had been used by the Mann Intendsto developacre- lots 180 feet of new fence and moving 165
lataac sale above the previous record of 300 cases Department of Corrections Parole east of Brooker on the south side of feet of existing chain link fence.
in 1977. Much of the increased case and Probation Services. Now Elwell CR-18 for conventional or mobile
load is due to the increased violencein would like to trade the conferenceroom homes.
aY Florida State Prison Elwell says. and office back to the parole of- Hold
Cub Scouts
Elwell said he is trying to get a fice in exchange for the three offices Named Commissioner Homer
third assistant state attorney and a and secretarial area now occupied by Hart to the Dist. 3 Advisory Board for Cake Baking Contestby
stationed in Bradford County Training -
secretary the staff. the Division of Employment
; Currently Elwell handles felony ''The Probation and Parole 'office the group which establishes positions John Schmidt Pack 73
cases and Theron Yawn III handles the county rent by the square for the CETA program. Hart The Cub Scouts of Pack 73 and' their
and juvenile cases pays Maxie favorite men in their' lives
misdemeanor succeeds Commissioner fathers or
and less would be lower
foot, space
here and the office has two rent, Commissioner E.W. Hodges in- Carter Jr. who has served two years rolled up their sleeves,. donneaprons
secretaries. dicated. and must be replaced. and created epicurian
Elwell suggested to the county com- ,Chairman E.L. Norman appointed delights for this year's father-son
mission that an exchange of space Clerk Gib Brown Hicks Elwell and Passed 5-0 an ordinance as cake baking contest.
might be arranged with the Parole Commissioner Homer Hart, the com- presented by county attorney Dudley Display and judging were held Mon
_s .__.____ and Probation office which he said is missioner in charge of the committeeon Hardy, controlling the sale and day evening, Jan. 26, in the
0.- ----- down to three employees two officers the courthouse and grounds to possession of second hand jewelry, as. Fellowship Hall of the First United
Straight-A's at Lawtey Elementary... and a secretary, down from four officers meet to discuss the possibility for requested by Sheriff Dolph Reddish at Methodist Church.Twenty-nine cakes
and two( secretaries in 1975 for the state the Jan. meeting. were entered in the competition, with
The 10 straight-A students at Lawtey Elementary for the third six-weeks are because of reorganization. Elwell more space attorney each truly being a masterpiece. Each
(Ir): Kneeling. Bridgett holder Latalu Johnson Glenda Rosier Angle entry earned a golden coup Indian
DeVore. Gary Norman. Steven Hardee. StandingMichelle Barbour, Brandy -- -- '
feather. The task of Judging went to

Ross Sebrina Smith, and Marla Scott. FDLE Probing $10,000 City Hall BurglaryEdwards brook David and Montgomery Donald Thompson.Oleeta Harden-'

LES Academic Excellence........ in statement to news Winning Grand Coup Indian*
An intensive investigation is being Stephen Oelrich.; an FDLE agent a Feathers were: Eric Hodge, Prettiest -
Earning straight-A's for the third six-weeks at Lawtey Elementary were conducted by the Florida Departmentof from Gainesville, has been assignedto media pointed out several people he ; Raymond Trimble Most
((1-r): Law Enforcement with the the case. Bowen pointed out all Information have keys to the building but only Original; John Smith Most Difficult;
1st GradeMichele: Barbour daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Barbour; assistance of the Starke Police pertaining to the burglary and five of his employees have keys to( Ron Lee Most Colorful; James j
Bridgett Holder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Holder; Angle Devore Department into a burglary at the have been turned over to the FDLE the clerk's,office and only he and Wallace, Weirdest; Cam Ward Best
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Devore; Gary Norman son of Mr. and Mrs. Starke City Hall in which more than and he added they are conducting three of his employees know the safe Decorated; Ron Zurfluh Best
Ronnie Norman; Steven Hardee son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee; Glenda $10,000 in cash and checks were the investigation.' combination. Scouting Theme; Dwain Thompson,
Rosier daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosier; Latain Johnson( daughter of stolen, according to Police Chief Jim- Bowen told the Telegraph Wednes- Edwards reported daily collectionsare Best' Indian Theme; Jason Hicks,
Ms. Brenda Williams; Brandy Ross daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Ross. my Bowen., day, Feb. 11, that FDLE is going to normally kept in the safe over- Funniest; and Tommy Hardenbrook,
bank the
2nd Grade: Marla Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Scott. make a report to him when Investigation night and deposited in the Most Recognizable '
4th Grade: Sebrina Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith. Burglary of the vault was of the theft Is completed.The next day.
discovered by city employees when day's collections which include ..
A-B Honor Roll they reported for work Wednesday, utility payments were locked over-
1st Grade: Dale Arnold, Frederick Crews. Cartrissa Diggs, Abram Griffis Feb. 4. It took place sometime bet- night in a walk-in vault or safe which CARD OF THANKS
Shauntel Houston Ricky Jackson, Lamont Mosley, Anna Ranjbar Brian Red- ween 10:15 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 3, had been opened by someone who
ding, Metina Smith Glenn Taylor, Stephen Tomasovitch, Shana Crawford when veteran City Clerk Merrill Ed- knew the combination according to From The Family of
Shneka Hendrieth, Kwambea Strong, and Wannis Walker. wards left City Hall after the Starke ,Edwards. The clerk pointed out most
Mrs. Martha JacksonWe
2nd Grade: Carmen Barber, Cynthia Cox Jamie Cribbs Theresa Debose City Commission meeting on that of the missing funds were checks with
Scott Durban, Jason Howard, Donna Padgett. night. undertermlned amount of cash would like to express our sincere thanks to our
Michael Todd Hall Davy Norman, Michelle Sapp his officers pilfered in the burglary.
2nd/3rd Grade: Becker Bowen pointed out that after their
relatives friends who
Nicola Shemer.3rd Deputy clerks when they arrived at many and expressed sympathy
Melissa Starling, Mario Molina, Christie Evans and Eston G. Mosher and A.B.
Grade: Kim Johnson( Dana Norman, Jason Pilcher, Mark Shuford, Sharp were dispatched to City Hall to City Hall to open the office for In so many ways during our recent tragedy.
Patricia Rosier Arkeva Williams Craig Wise,Karen Hardee Christie DeBose, investigate the burglary he called the business,discovered the burglary and These gestures of kindness will never be forgotten.
Kendra Butler Kenny Norman Paritia Leffel and Samantha Jones. Florida( Department of Law Enforce- notified the police department. SIGNED Blake Jackson
4th Grade: Kim Brewer, Marcilla Carter, James Box Tammy Padgett ment and agents arrived in Starke "There were no signs of forcible en-
Wayne Prevatt, Denise Waddell Timmy Coleman, Micki Becker MichaelBlalock and conducted 4V4 hours of interviews try on the safe or on the city hall and Kitty Carter.
Chris Durban Unissa King Kim Lee, Susan Peugh, Christy Redding and viewed the crime scene. The city clerk's office doors," Bowen said. flf Family
Jill Strickland and Tammy Jo Tatum. business office was closed until 3:30:
5th Grade: Allen Wood, Bonnie Benson Shaun Butler Terrell Johnson and p.m. Feb. 4 during the major portionof
Stephanie King. the investigaiton, according to
5th/6th Grade: Kim Gowens.6th Bowen.
Grade: Vyunda Strong Robert Starling, Ann Starling Stacey Shuford.
Wendee Hall Robbie Cowart and Lisa Blalock.
6th/7th Grade: Lisa Harley, Sherry Herndon and Nancy Shuford THI BRADFORD
7th Grade: Jeffrey McCIellan, Pam Taylor, Ernest Whitley and John COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Hamilton. Pvbllthcd vry Thursday
at 1M W.Call Slr_l
Set In BrookerA Stark., Florida 9201
Growers Meeting Tonight

growers meeting Is set tonight ing season Allen says. Starling plansto Second Stark.Clan posraga,FloridaSubscription paid at Meet )

(Thursday Feb. 12) at 7:30 p.m. in lease the market and operate a ., ,
Brooker Elementary' School "to vegetable deal, Starling .wants!. to talk n,'. -- / Hat o..*: U :
discuss operation of the Brooker State 'to as many ,growers as. possible.:<:, .., 9.10 'f tnigtytf! tiro\ viral
the > In tr d mi* pr yar '.II" :J.rfJ;;
Farmer's: Market for.;:the'DpcOllJ g '.... tonight ,to'""coordinate.''," .'- ."t yegctablf .,.]l f,.I 1. = $5.00 sIN'month' '
spring vegetable season, says Market .gt-dWin1t.
Manager Bob Allen. thington Billy Brown Springs originally and a from long-time Wor- Out.ld.trad aroat 10.00 par r..' r I

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>. .. School NewsDates
Conditionally OK'd to Remember: u
February 14 BMS PTO Valentine
4 1k Dance in the BMS gym. Admission
$1.00, 7 p.m to 10 p.m. 8th gradersand
By City Commission below are invited in the county.
Dress will be your Sunday best and
we plan on a really good time. Ask
A conditional approval has been been changed to two exits. __ your favorite VALENTINE and
given by the Starke City Commissionon Several of the board members were' IJ I come!
a proposed 38-lot subdivision on concerned about the property ownersin ,, ANTHONY LOWE Anthony did a
CR-16 in West Starke at the bimonthly the development having to back out painting of a Monarch butterfly in
t board meeting Tuesday, onto busy CR-16. J
tempera paint. Anthony is in 1st.
Feb. 3. "We have done our best to conform }
period Art class. An-
j i On a motion by Vice-Mayor Commissioner with the Police Department and" Utility \ thony!

I Jimmy Crosby,Jr.Seconded Department regulations, Harris The 3rd Annual Florida Sunshine
I by Commissioner Bobby Milner, said.Harris Classic 10,000 meter Road Race
I Jr., and unanimously approved the explained that city water Taking the Oath at Brooker.. was held in Gainesville Saturday
Commission and lines at the entrance to
: voted to accept most of sewer are Jan. 31. There were over 1100 runners
the Starke Planning and Gene Drive across from the proposed From left to right are J.C. Harrell, councilman; Raulerson, marshal newly sworn In for their terms involved and in the Girls13 & Under
boards recommendation but agree development. Blake Hamilton mayor; Linda Robinson, clerk; Steve with the City of Brooker.City Attorney J.J. Wolberl ad- competition Linda Dewitt came in 1st
to have City Attorney George Pierce Streets will be constructed to state Nipper C.J. Stalnaker councilmen, and Tommy mlnistei ed the oath. place ((3rd year in a row),with a timeof
: and developer Bob Harris' attorney Department of Transportation specifications 43 minutes and 4 seconds. New Club
Dudley Hardy,discuss a performance "If we use DOT specifications and BMS record. Third place went to
\ bond the planning and zoning board said we will come out. better, Harris Brooker Officials Sworn In Carrie Coburn with a time of 49
1 recommended. minutes and 39 seconds. In the Boys-
Harris pointed out no other Harris explained that building in 13 and Under-4th place went to Gene
developers have been required to post 1981 will be less concrete block Gene Melvin Elected Powell and 5th place to Henry Cooper.All .
I performance bonds, but city planningand homes. lie added that brick veneer Mavor the other BMS runners in the
zoning director AI Crosby cited a homes will be featured in the project Roadrunners Club ran their best
subdivision replatting that required a Harris discussed financing with the Sworn in at the 10 Feb meeting of run to do it that way. sioner Homer Hart to the meeting to times. Congratulations to all
I surety bond. board and told them the homes will be the Brooker City Council were the The call for old and new businesssaw introduce him to the problems of the Roadrunners for their hard work and
The planning and zoning board, in a paid out over a five or six year period winners of the 1981 municipal elec- the subject of street lights crop as Brooker area. determination!I tlllt I I
letter by its chairman Drew Reddish rather than 15 or 20 years. tions. Doing the honors was City Attorney usual. The council agreed to have Installed .
f suggested the bond be posted to ensure He indicated some of the financingwill J.J. Wolbert, who ad. a light near the city hall for
Harris would make improvements come from Farmers Home Administration ministered the oath to Mayor Blake security, a light near Jimmy Hauler-
that include drainage, VA or from the Brad- Hamilton, Clerk Linda Robinson son's trailer, and to have the light at
water and sewer, street signs and ford County Housing Finance funds. Marshal Tommy Raulerson along the waterworks repaired. REWARD$1000
lights, fire hydrants, storm water Harris told the board he currentlyhas with Councilmen J.C. Harrell,. C.J. Stating that street signs were$3 per
facilities, monuments, stakes and eight persons interested in buying Stalnaker and Steve NipperImmediately foot of printing Clerk Linda Robin.
roads. homes in the project. following the son, brought this subject to the council.
The city commission plans to hold Harris told the board he plans to ceremony, Chairman C.J. Stalnaker \. The decision was for Bradford FOR
its first public hearing on proposed build the houses slow and hopes to moved for the appointment of Gene County be asked for an estimate to INFORMATION LEADING TO THE AR-
l subdivision ordinance Tuesday, Feb. have five houses built by the end of Melvin as the new Council Chairman. make the signs needed. REST AND CONVICTION OR RETURN OF
i 17, at 8 p.m. this year. He hopes to have other Unanimous.approval followed the mo The clerk also asked for anyone
The planning and zoning board builders to put model homes in the tion. with city checks to go ahead and cash STOLEN EQUIPMENT FROM CARDIN
voted unanimously to approve the project. Melvin's first business was to them since she was in the process of
proposed new subdivision, Casa Del AI Crosby, city planning and zoning preside over a report by engineer closing out the various accounts. BROTHERS ON SATURDAY, FEB. 7, 1981 ,
Forest, on CR-16 across from Gene director, told Harris and the board he Jerome Kelly on the stage of completion Robinson will be converting the
Drive in Starke at its Jan. 27 meeting.On called the surveyor of the property of the water system. town's checking accounts into interest AROUND THE HOUR OF 4:00: A.M. CONTACT
a'motion by Cecllib Terwillegar about drainage and reported the Kelly said the system was nearing bearing accounts to obtain the CARDIN BROS.
and seconded by Julius Royal, the surveyor isn't sure where the water is completion, with just a few details re-. extra income.
board agreed to write a letter throughits going.He maining to be completed. He listed to Marshal Tommy Raulerson asked
chairman Drew Reddish, to told the board there is no ques- the council a street patch which had the council to authorize the calibration 96H-675O
recommend to the Starke City Commission -. tion about the zoning of the property. to be replaced, the barbed wire and modification of the radar unitto
that the project be approved.Bob Crosby stated the project is in a around the waterworks which needed meet state standards. The $125
Harris, owner of Affordable good neighborhood. He added the sub- tightening and the,, obtaining of a repairs will have to be done in Kansas
Homes of Starke stated that he and a division regulations approved by the hydrant wrench. City and requires the unit be gone for
childhood comrade Henry Cook of board but not yet passed by the Starke Based on the report the council several weeks. "'-
Jacksonville have purchased property City Commission recommend it. voted to accept the project. This is Council Chairman Gene Melvin requested
that will include 33 to 38 lots for the Harris explained he has contactedthe one of the three requirements which the marshal to monitor the
subdivision. Department 'of Transportation must be met before the Farmers conveinence store in town since there
::Harris, who first went to the Starke and within the next 30 days they are Home Administration, which loaned have been several complaints of I' I I II
City Commission and was referred to supposed to send the information to the money for the system, will agreeto loitering, drinking,and foul languageat
the planning and zoning board told Harris with a copy to the City of it being complete. The other two the store. Raulerson stated that
the planners that the houses would be Starke with the way they laid out are a letter from the engineering firm there would be no problem with con- $fcai: '"'
sold for between $50,000 to$65,000. drainage to the City in the area. Harris stating their evaluation of the system trolling the situation.The .
:;He said he plans to have a privateand pointed out he is paying the DOT and a state certificate of completion. March meeting will be held M :
bonded plumbing contractor install for the information. Further water business dealt with Monday, March 9, instead of Tues-
sewer and water lines, and plansto Harris stated in his opinion the' Don Taylor of volunteering to day, the 10, in order for the auditor to
deed them to the city afterward. drainage will not affect any lots. show the town of Brooker how to in-. present the report. The council also I I 11
1 ''"We're not looking to the city to do The question of whether the project stall an extension on a fire hydrant to agreed to invite County Commis-
t the work," Harris said. "We requestthe would have street lights was asked by get them up to the proper level. Kelly
same consideration as provided the board. Harris assured the board if _said that this was.yery important, to Realtors Newsfadfora4JnioqCouatsl
tile' V-.IV'triM., ISeveloprpent the stante"Ctty Conmtission"bsked anyone who would be responsible foe.
'gchamp groulP' him to Include street light they would, } iL:lecasgl8a ost.I w.;., $; .BaartUof
.-...It5arrletoMttieplaMNnrBretttioning' tMSabew 'r1't-ate..!.': 4: :ri"I I' al jramJFprdcedure we4" jftJuwa'. Jlyrff illl' Realtors, Inc.,wile Have an
brand that he i plans to provide paved devel 'f1t'l''h! 'X 'MScr. was run over to repair the pipe.. Kelly "Orientation Class" Wed. Feb. 18 at
streets to the homes as per the city After the lengthy discussion, Mrs. also recommended the purchase of a 1:00: p.m. at the Chamber of Commerce Homes
specifications. The first 12 homes will Terwillegar made the motion to repair kit, since they would probably Vernie Odom and Gene Reese Longchamp
be built on already paved CR-18, Harris recommend to the Starke City Com- be hard to come by at 2 in the morning will be the teachers. Anyone who has
said. Plans call for five or six mission that the project be approved. when it could be needed. not taken this course is urged to do so.
houses a year to be built. Council action was to have Clerk Marguerite Rhea, Gainesville I
:Harris pointed out the developmentis Linda Robinson contact Taylor to Realtor, will be the guest speakerFeb.
located near Starke Elementary determine a Saturday which would be 19 at 7:00 P.M. at the Garden
Bradford High School, Bradford Mid Hearing suitable for the contractor to come to Restaurant for the monthly dinner
dle School, and the Bradford-Union .City's NewSubdivision town for the demonstration. the meeting of the Bradford-Union County -
Vocational. -Technical Center. council asked Robinson to have the Board of Realtors Lillian Pearson,
:"When I grew up we walked five RegulationsThe contractor give her price estimatesfor president, announced this week. Mrs.
miles to school," Harris said.Harris installing a hydrant in the Shady Rhea' will speak on. the Farm and
., .' [ presented a drawing of theposed City Council will have a full Oaks Subdivision, purchasing sleeve Land' Institute. -
project of 38 lots. One of the agenda next Tuesday when it will con- extensions to raise several hydrants .. -.. . e
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lots at the north end of the property, vene an hour early,at 6 p.m. to hear a to correct height, and obtaining. a e. ,
,', according to Harris,was not zoned forth report by zoning director AI Crosbyon hydrant repair Kit..
r *project. He stated the other 37 lots new Public Service Commission When the price quotes are received,
nfeet the criteria for the project. regulations requiring home energy the Farmers Home Administrationwill
f fllarrivexplained that everytime audits conducted by the city. be approached to determine if
ga&goefu'p three cents a gallon the money still unspent can be used for
price' of;$\hOg! s up to IVi perrriswhen Following the regular council these purposes. Watch
cept*' ii dI meeting at 7 p.m:, the first public Kelly also told the council that they
.I ; pressed by the board, hearing on the city's new subdivision needed to line-up someone to do the your
stated et''bne! '- called for regulations will be held at 8 p.m. routine maintenance on the pumps, .
fotw exits to the project but that has since it was much: cheaper in the long

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....flUI> Some $5 million in unused HFA AI II JII'T '" Mill II IT" The need for immediate[action is
s;!;F (Housing Finance Authority, ''funds especially important on the part of
Bradford County Hospital's tion of your proposed( man; : remain unused in Bradford.. County Mortgage' Monthly I 'Monthl,; DIHerence DIHer.nce over persons wishing to construct a :new

three-year management con- ment agreement.": !if}'i ; with only two weeks left before the Amount. payment payment p.r month, 30 ytHIria home;since the money must be'used
:: U'i'' ; deadline to receive applications from certain period of timeThosewho ,
lt.5% at 15%: within a
tract with Methodist Hospital Bradford County Is,! ,a' borrowers. J wish' to purchase arl existing,
Foundation of Jacksonville is crucial point its "
up for renewal in April and in- ,' with concerning a studtinbwunder [ : Prospective home builders or 'purChasers 20000. $198.06 $252." '$5".13 $19,731.80 home have a little more.time to act,
terest has been indicated of existing homes are advisedto 25,000 I 247.57. 316.11 68.U 2.,67..0 but should still make applications as
by way on the feasibility, make applications immediately In soon as possible..
Alachua General Hospital of desirability, and need for con- order to have them processed before 30,000. 297.09 379.33 82.2" 29606.40.

Gainesville in making a proposal structing a new, enlarged,and the deadline since any further exten, 35000. ''3046.60 .2.56 95,96 'U.s.cS.60 The three leading institutions that
for management of the modernized facility. So far, sion of the time limit has been'ruled 0,000. 396.12 505.78 109,66 3!, n.60 are participating in the HFA programare

local facility after expirationof there has not been much inputon out. Florida Bank at Starke.'Fortune
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the current contract. the part of the public in the George W. Roberts, president of Federal (formerly Guaranty
and the Keystone State
of support or oppositionto HFA, points out that the 11V4 percent, Federal, -
It is expected that action on way Housing Authority mortgage financing : The combined annual income levelof It is impossible to predict when Bank.
the contract will be finalizedat such a building program. represents a tremendous savingsto families eligible for the HFA finan- money, borrowed from conventionalsources
the March meeting of the Perhaps this will,, come after the prospective builder of a new cing has been raised to $27,627, and will again be available at The table above'tells the story of the

trustees, although prelimi- the feasibility study and options home or the buyer of an existing the maximum price,of homes under rates as low as 11'/i percent, but has- vast savings possible to the borrower'

nary discussion of the matter as to methods of financ- home. For instance, on a $30,000 the program is currently 1 L ed on'forecasts by who advantage of the 11V4 per.
house, under a 30-year mortgage,. at$37.528. Ninety-five should
ing are made public. set : 72 economists who cent HFA financing.
will likely be heard at the
monthly payments at 11.5 percent interest percent financing is know, the prospects for
board's meeting, Thursday This is a matter of great importance would be $297.09, as compared, available under the pro- II lower interest rates are
night, Feb. 12. to the communityand with $379.33 at the prevailing conven-; gram. a.not in the foreseeable
tional rate of 15 percent. The monthly
-/0 future.. Therefore, the
Upon being informed of and to will the eventually surrounding involve area, saving on payments would be $82.24., There is a vast dif- family that passes up tile .' I/y
Alachua General's interest in -
between 11.5 interest opportunity for 11 Mi percent .
the expenditure of tremen- ference percent present .. '
making a management proposal of and 15 percent over the 3O-year periodof mortgage money in anticipation of ,:..
dous amounts
the BCH board responded money a mortgage a total savings of lower rates on conventional loans is -:;..;. -

that, "Our Board would be keep medical facilities hereon over$29,000 to the builder of a$30,000 running the risk of paying much more .W". ,. -&
most interested in the type of par with demands made by County Agents home-almost equal to the cost of the for their home than they would be >

management agreement you the public. It behooves home. !making, use, of the HFA program.

would the number of everyone concerned to give
propose NotebookBy
satellite the future of our hospital the
hospitals you now
fee schedule for careful consideration that it \
manage, your Letters to the Editor
such services and the duraLast deserves. '"
Bobby EXPLAINS PURPOSEOF SUGGESTS CHANGE were removed from the employeerolls.

I Chance Tlylor ,. 'fJ 'j MUSIC FESTIVALI IN CCCO PRIORITIESThe the .image Their of removal correctional would improve officers '

.... wish to respond to a news articlein Concerned Citizens for Correctional publicly, and this improved image
would lower and might your paper last week (Feb.4) in the Officers has been a long time in could gain them the support needed to '
Only two weeks remain for go section of Brooker News. The writer coming. Their organization's strivingfor get more pay, better uniforms, etc. >
fall below the HVfe
Bradford Countians to take even per- gave the wrong impression of the pur- more pay, better uniforms,etc. is '
advantage of the 11 percent cent HFA rate. But that never A couple of inches of rain and some pose of the New River Baptist commendable. Their present Interested Citizen

housing mortgage money that happened, and soon interest warmer weather surely makes a difference Associational Music Festival. The priorities, however could perhaps be (Name withheld on requestCORRECTION )
rates began climbing again in attitudes and activity. choirs did not come together in a better aligned and the needs of Correctional -
was made available last May until the rate soared to Farmers are busy again and are look-, spirit of competition. The festival has Officers could be more easi-
by the Housing Finance prime indic ing forward to getting their spring. nothing to do with competition; the ly met if the media reporting only ,
Authority. over 20 percent. All crops in.Cattlemen. choirs are Judged against a standardof negative news about correctional of- In the Jan. 29 edition of The
tions at present are that in- excellence, not against each other. ficers was stopped. Telegraph, a report was made that
Unless this opportunity is terest rates will not be have been concerned The purpose of the constructive members of the Bradford County
taken advantage of in the next significantly lower than the about their feed supplies for some criticism of the judges is to improvethe One way to stop this negative Hospital Board of Trustees receive a
few time.Winter forages have not produced music of each group. Indeed, the publicity would be to support the pre- salary. .
would-be home-
days levels in the fore-
present sent investigations of the "Goon
and many hay supplies are ex- choirs came together.In a spirit of The board members without
owners will miss the chance to seeable future, and certainlynot hausted. Hay prices are now high praise to God rather than competition. Squads" and "inmate enforcers"and compensation. serve

get a $35,000 house with mon- as low as the ll1 Viz percentnow because of the short supply, and help either prove or disprove these The Telegraph regrets the error. A
cattlemen are having difficulty charges. B
being offered during the many
thly payments of $346.60, at the getting the needed roughages for There was however on the same Were the CCCO to publicly urge I
the HVfe percent rate, rather remainder of February by their cows. evening, a solo competition for anyone they know with specific KLPOA Directors i

than monthly payments of Housing Finance Authority. ,) a chance people are larshforip knowledge one way or the other to go Meeting and Supper
$442.56 at the current conven- Therefore, it will be greatlyto If you are a cattleman, plan-to attend if win: >vln a college ssch to the Investigators working\ these Saturday, Feb. 14
the Bradford-Union Cattleman'sMeeting they on a state level.This com-
then this self-pollcing concept -
tional rate of 15 percent. This the advantage of anyone Feb. petition is a aeparatfttoatkon ol the charges
would not only the CCCO a 1
figures out to a monthly sav- planning to build a new homeor 12th) atZ 80 p.m.:in the Union County festival and is judged with a diff ......- public more gain attuned to the needs of Directors Owners of the Assn.KIngsley will meet Lake at Property 10

ing of $95.96 and over the to purchase an existing Courthouse in Lake Cutler. purpose in mind than that of the choir correctional officers, but it would also a.m. Saturday, Feb. 14, in the civic

life of a 30-year mortgage the home to investigate the HFA Dr. Robert Sand, our Extension.r. ,juvas festival.-warn Our by Miss competition Sherra Mott this of year the, remove a lot of the negative news center.The public is invited attend... $;:I:
presently being reported.
savings would amount to financing plan immediatelybefore Lake
Beef Cattle Specialist will be talking ;.Kingsley Baptist Church.
$34,545.60, almost equal to the the deadline for applications about Cattle Nutrition and the use of Whether these allegations are true A covered dish supper will also be |
cost of the house itself. at the end of this available feeds. He will also discuss I Bill Floyd or not, the CCCO would be better ableto held Saturday, Feb. 14, at the civic 5
other management practices such as Minister of Music center. A social hour will start at .8p.m. a
meet their if the element who
month. goals
When the bond money first growth-stimulant implants for calves 4 First Baptist Church of Starke may be responsible for these charges ., followed by supper at 7. a S.;

became available in May 1980, Any time that a savings of for and fly the control use of on impregnated cattle. ear tags

interest rates had just taken a $95.96 can be made on mon-

tumble until they were almoston thly payments on a'' $35,000 There appears to be increased In-

par with the HFA bond house, or $82.24 monthly on a terest in gardening this year. Seems Soil Conservation Service. Databy
money rate of 11% percent. $30,000 house it is time to act like more and more folks are callingor Gathering
for and soil
coming by information
Many potential homebuildersor and the time to act is NOW, tests for gardeirf *$

buyers delayed action, while the 111/2 percent money J j w Bern Smith history, conservation practices in use !This will aid federal, state and local .

thinking that perhaps rates is still available. 3 Gardening v J Soil Conservationist and treatment needs. ,soil and water conservation agencies,

Workshop ), i The type of data collected will provide and land owners' and operators in
this Interest Alicia Over the next information on quality and quan- making informed long-range policy
Homrich and I have scheduled three years the Soil tity of soil and water resources, land decisions regarding their resources.
Conservation Service
I Training Sessions ProductiveThe (3)) gardening atid food preservation gathering data for the(1982 SCS)National will be capability, dominant soil conditionsand For more information contact the
workshops for the general public. major uses of non-federal land. Bradford Soil and Water Conserva-
Resources Inventory (NRI. The information -
District at 964-6280, ext. 289.
obtained will be the basis of ,

City of Starke was well legislation, tax increment Agricultural The first meeting Building t4 lf in U fteTt Starke at the at Secretary the 1983 report of Agriculture to Congress is which requiredto the ,.-' .'r"""' 'a'1 \

represented at the first session financing, and organization.The 7:30: p.m.Tuesday.: >February 24. 1 will make under the provisions of the N -

in Lake Butler last weekof final session March 4 discuss soil selection and preparationfor Soil and Water Resources Conservation -
on planting'Thl6' includes soil
for Act (RCA) of 1977,
a training course
will concern new state legisla- testing, treatment for 8e>insects and

elected officials, administrators tion affecting local govern- nematodes, auUtP!ization.. Sample areas, known as Primary .... ti,
and department heads in ments. Representatives from Sample Units PSU's), have been "' .
city and county government. At the second meeting on March randomly selected for each county in ,
the Association of a u
Three Councilmen and the city's County 17th I'll cover,$Mds'Jln}leeding and each state. Bradford County has 105, r '
Commissioners the insect and disealeControl.l. The third PSU's. Each, PSU is Vt section or ISO' "
zoning and planning Florida League of Cities will meeting on April 14, will be devoted to acres in size. Within each PSU, three .:'1.1: \ 1111
director were among those discuss recent legislation and pest control, fertilization and-handlIng points have been selected at random.A .
present at the first session the outlook for and demonstration' safe and SCS representative will visit each
which was concerned with the proper techniques for. &canning.;'and PSU and make observations at each
legislative action. freezing vegetables.:Information> will sample point.General .
topic of "grantsmanship. .
also be given on using. garden. fresh
The Training course is be-
vegetables. information locati.p...,
The second session this on .
held under the direction of "
ing natural vegetation, total acreages of turban ; ,
week ci-
was on consolidating
Neil Spirtas, Community and built-up areas, water
ty and county services; Development Agent for Persons InterestedIn bodies and streams and critical'

special tax districting, and Baker, Bradford, Union, and Serving on Hospital eroding areas will be gathered. For .1 t. \

solid waste planning and Columbia Counties, and all Board Asked to Apply each sample will point be, more collected specific, .In-informatiOn i
management.The .
sessions are held in the Union Applications 'are being cluding: soil type, land use, cropping

third session on County Courthouse from 7:30 sought from interested .h.

February 18 will be on budget to 9:30 on the above dates.._ .who would be.willing persons -" .#.

management with proven to serve as a member of the
It is to
encouraging see our
techniques from the city,
Bradford County Hospital
city officials taking.adva 1 .
county and state point of Board to fill an upcoming Ic3f :
view. Also, low interest bond tage of this rare opportunity i vacancy.
with in arranging to obtain information on itema'of r
financing steps Current board Chairman -.
for middle income such great importance. 2'topics' !
Williams, whose term
being discussed are"also
bond financing for housing. important to boards of expired in January, has in-

The fourth session on county commissioners and it dicated that he does not

February 25 will be devoted to is that want reappointment, but
hoped some,representation .. -. -
discussion of downtown from the county will be swill serve until successor + --a' '

revitalization including improvement noted future 'is'named.. Williams, an '
?T&e :
-.' inploY e of, UCI-; states i % 1. ? :
techniques, general public Is1 also invited. -, : : _:
.. that ner plans Jo, ,attend"school J. -- .- uVnal
< I '. .J.4 later in the year and' .,-" .

feels this would, Interfere' r ;
J< I With ( :' ..,.,. .
MIAMI 34 I His 'devoting the :: '
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1l. d '1 hosital board.j .
(it ate P"4' '. ":" "..., .<
J'tr e I ;tJ .Joff' .. ; }mgmbers }are appointed t-

o/ by the Governor .' .,... ', I

ISTASUSHfD, Urt *"f 1 '4l'!o.-i"\ .'' ill: "'71"ir'. .''I ,Land| serve without salary. J ,

aol G.RCUSON-JOHN M. MILLER ubll.h.rt Bob! ,Harris 'chairman local ofU&GoverhorV Location 01 the 1182 National Resource Inventoty;sampling l f.; i :(;. '5
committee !
sites (PSU's
) In Bradford
_.. ._.. .._ asks that anyone in- Data..foll; cUOlltOQ.Ule.10--J V_
e.111.Ad..M. _.,. / .4. /CI. M.M rw OIfk. -DW. be completed byDec:1982.
r? ", .",..._..,..._....._..Jut- ....'ter sttd 111'MJSrving tontad-

....".?-nw..h.s.._,M rw y-.:M H UtotMkf him by phone at 964-5533,or wMr
--.y--, write a letter to Box 412, :
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Terri Gaskins 'and Tommy 'Tatum: Married/ In Northside Baptist .

Miss Terri! Lynette Gaskins, Charley Padgett, all of Lawtey. Stephens and Selena Ilardln. fV fYlte ffodat g2uk .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freddy W Bradley Ball; son of Mr. and Mrs. The groom's table featured a
Gaskins of Starke and Thomas Charles M. Ball, was ringbearer. chocolate sheet cake decorated with a
Wesley Tatum, III, son of Mr and Sherri! Gaskins, sister of the bride, sawmill. The cake was
Mrs. Tom W Tatum Jr. of Lawtey and Tammy Jo Tatum, cousin of.the served by Michele Lee. and Kim
were united In marriage Friday, Jan. groom, registered guests in! the Crews. Others assisting were, Mrs.Dot oedy'
23, at 7i30 .m'at the Northside. Bain brlde'Jitook.: Fedak and Miss Marie Gaskins. t:
Ust Church, Starke. A reception was held in the church The wedding was directed by Mrs. :; Jit f71te Jf ;J !
Rev. D.L. Griffla of Macclenny of Fellowship Hall, immediately following Betty Kelly of Lawtey. ( $ c )
ficiated at the double-ring ceremony the ceremony. The tables were Following a wedding trip to Disney 964.
before. heart candelabra. At each covered with burgundy flounces with World the, :couple i 14 'residing',.ln ,7'01f
side were two standing baskets of 'white army-navy overlay cloths. The ,Lawtey. '
glads, snapdragons, carnations, bride's table was centered with a A rehearsal dinner, given by the .
daisies, pompoms and baby's breathe three-tiered wedding cake, featuring groom's parents, was held at the
in shades of burgundy, pink and a miniature bride and groom on top. Western Steer in Starke. The bride 1 Florida Bank Honors
,white. Flanking this were two spiral Encircling the cake was a ring of and groom honored their bridal party Ralph Gaineys
Freda Judd
candelabras. On the lower level were! greenery with burgundy, pink and with lovely gifts. Showers were given Celebrate 50thAnniversary Retiree
gold tree candelabras. white flowers carrying out the bride's for the bride by Mrs.'Teresa Reddish -r Mrs. Freda Judd, who has retired
Wedding music was rendered by colors. Kathy Griffls, Sue Meadowsand .nd Mrs. Peggy Gaskins Miss Marie from the Florida Bank at Starke after
Randall Crawford. Miss Dee Gaskins Shelley Sikes cut the cake. Gaskins; Miss Shelley Sites and Miss The golden wedding anniversary of 24 years of service, was honored at a
Joined him In singing three duets. The punch table was centered witha Dee Gaskins. Ralph and Came Gainey was retirement dinner Tuesday night,
Given in marriage by her father, large silver punch bowl, encircledwith The bride and groom are employedby celebrated on Jan. 31 at a reception Feb. 3 at the Starke Golf and Country
the bride wore a formal full length greenery. Presiding at the punchbowl Tatum Brothers Lumber Com' given by their children at the Bethel Club.
gown of nylon and cotton: organza were Penny Riggs, Robin pany, Incorporated of Lawtey. Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. Attending the dinner were 81 guests
with lace applique accents designed Members of the family started the which included the staff husbands,
with lace-trimmed yokes highlighted celebration with a buffet dinner. The wives, directors and wives and
with a stand up collar. The long lace.l. four dinner tables were covered with families and Mrs. Judd's family con-
Illusion sleeves featured pearl button golden wedding anniversary cloths. sisting of her brother-in-law and
closures. She chose a chapel length The center table was decorated with sister, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy,
headpiece of nylon trimmed with an arrangement of yellow roses and t Derek Judd, her grandson from
lace. The bride carried a long cascadeof rose buds. The side tables were Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burnham,
red and white roses with baby's decorated with large white crepe brother and sister-in-law from Jenn-
breath. paper bells trimmed with yellow rose I. ings and her husband, Millard Judd.
The maid of honor was Melanie buds and baby's breath. The bank presented Mrs. Judd a
Parrish., Bridal attendants were The white and yellow rose bud trim- gold watch for her outstanding ser
Robin Tatum, sister of the groom, med anniversary cake was the vice. Speakers were J.E. Tomlinson
Janice Thornton and Melissa Eaves. centerpiece on the reception table. and Mrs. Ruth Johns of the bank,
They wore floor length burgundy knit The cake had a rectangular bottom Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Gainey Decorating the banquet room were
polyester gowns with matching layer, four columns, two round tiers blue and yellow pompoms and
capelet of nylon chiffon.They carried and topped with a 50th cake decora- greenery.The head table was set witha
colonial nosegays of miniature carna- tion. The cake was served by Mrs. C.L. Coopers Have centerpiece of blue and yellow pom-
tions, pompoms and baby's breath in t riPT Teresa Gainey.Punch Dinner Party For poms and gladiolus.
burgundy, pink and white.Tonya Ann bowls were arranged at each Mrs. Judd wore a silk orchid corsage -
\ Tatum, daughter of Mr and Mrs. end of the table and punch was served Grandson, Ray Cooper and the family wore blue corsages -
Charles Tatum, served as flower girl. by two granddaughters Miss Laurie Mr. and Mrs.C.L. Cooper entertained and blue boutonnieres.
She wore a white floor length gown Gaines and Mrs. Gwen Hamilton. their grandson Ray Cooper,with a
similar to the bride's gown,with redand :; Also on the table was another cake for dinner at their home on Edwards Weeks U.D.C. Has
white rose buds in her hair. Deloris and Bill Dowling who Road last Sunday evening,Feb.8,at 5
Mark Reddish served as best man. celebrated their second anniversaryon Historical ProgramMrs.
Groomsmen were John Tatum Jan. 27 and Linda and William p.m.After receiving his high school Franklyn Weisgerber gave a
brother of the groom! Tim Kelly and ; Cribbs who celebrated their fifth an- diploma on Jan. 16, 1981, Ray historical program on "True Tales of
't niversary on Jan. 30. The cake was a volunteered and was accepted Into the South at War" at the W.T. Weeks
'. 1 \. gift from the daughters' parents, Mr. the Army. He will be leaving for Fort chapter, U.D.C. meeting Wednesday,
and Chili Lunch
Soup and Mrs. Gainey. Knox, Ky. on Feb. 18 for his basic Feb. 4, which met at the home of Mrs.
Thurs. Feb. 19 After a session of family picture training after which he is enrolled in Jewel Roberts.
Methodist ChurchThe : taking, guests were received and the Tank Systems Mechanic School in Co-hostesses were Mrs. Maude
cake and punch was served. Fort Knox. Fields, Mrs. Emma Tanner and Mrs.
Methodist Women of the First Many lovely gifts were opened by Among the 41 guests who attendedthe Bertha Pearce.
United Methodist Church of Starke ( the happy couple, who have been dinner were his parents, Mr. and President Mrs. Lester Crews
will have a Soup and Chili lunch I J'' blessed with 11 grandchildren and Mrs. Donald Cooper, his brother, presided over the meeting.A .
Thursday noon, Feb. 19 from 11 a,m. three great grandchildren. David aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. social hour closed the meetingwith
to 1 p.m. at the Fellowship Hall. ,', '. Present for the occasion along with Harold Branham and family from the serving of refreshments.The .
Donations $1.50 per serving. many friends and relatives were all Hampton Mrs. Mildred Lawson and next meeting will be March 4 at
Take-outs will be available; sand- six of their children: Catherine Van- two special friends of his, Mr. and the home of Mrs. Lester Crews with
wiches and desserts are sot extra. choff, Akron, Ohio; Christine Black, Mrs. Jess Sandberg of Starke. co-hostesses Mrs. Gladys Weldon and
Tickets are available from the Beebranch, Ark.; Gerald Gainey, Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas.
Methodist Women,church office or at Ponte Vedra Beach; Iris Ann Ludwig Mrs. Ernest Lord and son, Morgan
the door. Secor, III.; Deloris Dowling and Linda from Cross City, Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Cribbs., of Starke. Stockman and lIOns Gene and Tracy Starke Rotary Club
.- from Fowler's Bluff on the Suwannee Ladies Night, Feb. 16
: Little Women's Club /m/I IIII River, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewartof
Trenton, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin The Starke Rotary Club will enter
Valentine DanceThe Mrs. Mary Beth Peacock and family Stewart of LaCrosse, Mr. and Mrs. tain Rotary-Anns at a Valentine
Little Women's Club will of Jacksonville and Mrs. Bertha Eddie Ines and family of Gainesville, Ladies Night dinner in the Western
Valentine dance Saturday sponsor nightat Pearce of Starke went to Valdosta, Mrs. Jean Cooper and Mrs. Jimmie Steer Steak House Monday night,
the a Woman's Club from 9:30 to Ga. on Sunday to visit Mrs. Pearce's Sue Castelberry and son, Jammie Feb. 16, at 7 o'clock. Musical enter
'12:30. Dress will be semi formal. Mr. and Mr*. Thomas Tatum Ill sister, Mrs. T.J. Thomas. from Ocala. tainment will be presented during the

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,! : \0, .' .', Rhea Corbett; '
**, Jana Starling ,I a'q4$1;:, 'h
and J Carl ,
Latain Herres Peterson Sr. .1 ,
Luncheon HonoreeMiss Hello World I ,1 ,. Mark,Joyner;
i L.1 i""J'" ,'<\ Engagement Told! '. i
Jana Starling, bride-elect Of .. '< 'llfjiJ' "" WP "+ '
Wed Jan. 16 in. Presbyterian Church Feb. 20, was honored at a bridesmaid :'?t : : ''mkuI. '.. Miss Rhea Patrice? ,Corbeit''and;
t. luncheon Feb.,7 at the home of Mrs. .'d Mark Wendell;Joyner, both of Starke
Lit Ayer. along with their parents,,Mr. 'andMrs.
Miss Milline Latain Herres. The head table was covered with Melvin Corbett and Mr. and
daughter Mr. and Mrs. H.P.Herresof white lace over pink linen and Mrs. Royce Joyner 6f:'Starke announce
Starke and Carl R. Sr. of
Peterson then1 engagement and
r centered with a silk arrangement of approaching
Jacksonville, son of Mr. and Mrs.
,hl4II.1U: be
pink and burgundy roses. The side marriage an
Frank H. Peterson of Dunnellon
covered of April 10 at the?Starke qhurch
united In marriage Friday, Jan. 16,at tables' were with white laceover wr f event '
and God.
pink linen centered with of
in the First
6:30: ( Presbyterian
Church p.m.Starke in the of the smaller arrangements of pink and Miss Corbett is a 1980 graduate of
presence cards Ricky Rising, III School and. Is
burgundy roses. Place markedthe Bradford High,
immediate families. Rev. Cliff H,
McLeod, Jr. performed the nuptials.The v seating arrangement of the Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eugene Ris- employed at the Florida ,Bank at
Jr. of Starke birthof
bridesmaids and guests which Included ing, announce the Starke.Mr. .
choir with
was draped run.ners
Mrs. James Starling, Mrs. John a son, Richard'Eugene (Ricky)
centered of with ivy. a The 15-branch altar candelabraand area was Samons, Mrs. Alton Dobbs Mrs Ola Rising. HI, born Jan. 3 Alachua 1i t,, Joyner is a 1977,graduate of

unity candle stand and two large Starling and Mrs. Inez Kelly. General Hospital. i Bradford High School and is currently
Hostesses for the luncheon were Maternal grandparents are Mr.and employed by Hercules Co:
of white and blue
sprays burgundy a Mrs.Albert Sparks,Mrs.Lll Ayer and Mrs. L.A. Redding, Sr. of Lawtey.

mums and carnations on either side. Mrs. Charles Schmitt. They Paternal grandparents are Mrs. ,.,,,,,,, ... ......,.. ..."...... ..." '''
Cindy McRae, pianist, Billy the honoree Shirley Rising of Lawtey and Richard __ H__ '_____ ( -" I" '.Ii'l
presented with a gown for ,
McRae, guitarist and Joey Herres, 'f>
E. Rising Angela McGee
her trousseau and a corsage. Corsages
soloist presented a of
program nuptial were also presented to the i Daniel Pearson
music. E .
Carl Peterson attended his father mothers. Mr. and Steven Mrs.Jerry Jerry Hulsey Hulsey of Angela F. McGee, ,\ \ ,, ,.
as best man and was assisted by a .' f, i'" '"
: Starke announce the birth of a son, '
brother, Frank H. Peterson, Jr. Mat- B-U Retired Teachersto Steven Jerry born Jan. 29 in Alachua Daniel D. PearsonTo }:'I'/ "" :::'
thew Herres usher.
was Wed Feb.21Angela
General Hospital. He joins a sister
meet February 19 ..
Denise Durban of Jacksonville .;, ./ 'f'':
4. /
Teresa ,
age F, McGee of f.J served as maid of honor in a burgundy A meeting of the BradfordUnionRetired Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Starke. r ':':" Yil ,.'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
qiana and chiffon gown and carried Teachers Association will be :i ",
Mrs. S.J. Osteen of Starke. Paternal McGee of Atwater Calif. and DanielD. .:
a nosegay of ivory satin and w held Thursday, Feb. 19, in the grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. In- Pearson of Stance of Mr. and .""" ";
burgundy silk roses. Educational Building of First United man Hulsey of Rockmart, Ga. He is :; J '
Mrs. tee Pearson of Raiford ; ;
Bobby .
The bride, given in marriage by her Methodist Church in Lake Butler. '
'the great nephew of Mr. and Mrs. '
will be united in 'a" 'J
father, wore a romantic Gatsby marriage Saturday, : .
A covered dish luncheon will be J.W. Hulsey of Starke. ) :
design gown of ivory satin and ivory w served at noon. The business Feb. 21, at 3 p.m. at the. First Baptist : "W ., n

georgette with 10-inch( medallion lace meeting will follow at 1 Guest Church. *;1'fH ",: "
Mrs. Carl Peterson. Sr. p.m. Stephen Brett Revels ,.
Miss McGee from "
trim on the skirt with matching three- will be graduated At- !' ''fc'';"(
county agent Logan
and Revels of ,
speaker Buddy Vicki Lawtey fI '
water High School Cal. and Merced );: .
and Ii
inch trim at the yoke of bodice Fink who will show a film and give a announce the birth of a son, Stephen Junior ." ,
lower edge of sleeves. It had a satin Janna Starling talk on small vegetable gardens.All Brett, born Jan. 26 in Alachua Mr. Pearson College. from Union'
buttoned front with contoured belt. retired teachers of Bradford and graduated
General He brother
Honored Hospital. joins a ,
By County School
She carried a three-tier nosegay of Union Counties and teacher High Central Texas
any DeWitt age 17 months. .
burgundy and ivory scrolled silk Altar >College, Lake City Community College
SocietyMiss planning to retire soon is invited to Paternal grandparents are MarJorie -
Her breath Enduro Racing Club
roses. halo of baby's
secured her ivory tulle veil. Janna Starling, February 20 Revels of Jacksonville and the (Motorcycle).
Following the wedding, both bride elect of John Samons, was late Claude Revels, Sr. Maternal All friends and relatives are invitedto Rhea Corbett
honored at a miscellaneous bridal grandparents are Maxie Reddish of attend. I
families of the newlyweds went to the Be Our Valentine and
Raiford Reddish of
3. Margie
shower Tuesday evening, February
home of the bride s parents where
and hors d'oeuvres The shower was given by St. Ed Come To Our Party Starke. Paternal greatgrandparentsare
champagne were CHRIST
served before a buffet dinner. ward's Altar Society members in St. February 14 Mrs. Ruth Weeks of Jacksonvilleand
Hall maternal great-grandparents are
Edward's Parish
The buffet table was covered with a Among guests of honor were the Be a smartie I Come to our Valentine Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan of I
Venetian embossed cloth
was bride elect's mother, Mrs. Eloise Party! Lawtey and Mrs. Rossie Reddish of LUTHERAN CHURCHPastor
centered with of
an arrangement Starling and the future Groom's Preschoolers and children 3 years Lawtey. Maternal Great-great grand-
white and with three
burgundy mums mother, Mrs. Anne Samons. Miss old through 6 years old are invited to mother, is Mrs. R.H. Futch of Glen Schmlege 473.2419
candles in the middle. White dusters
the heart Cupid, decorate a .
Donna Samons kept the gift book and pin on Lawtey.Mr.
and lace cloths covered the dining
heart cookie,and make a valentine at
tables and groom's cake table and assisted in opening gifts. Public Church Service 10:30
The refreshment table was covered the Bradford County Library : am
each centered with ivy and white silk Feb. 14. Girl
from 10
with a bridal motif cloth. It was a.m. on
flowers. Scout Leader Carolyn Eaves and and Mrs. Marion Harringtonand
centered with a pink and white
The bride's table was covered witha decorated cake carrying the inscription Troop 520, the hostesses, say, "It daughters of Ormond Beach and Keystone Lion's Club
lace cloth and centered with a three-
'Best Wishes -Janna and John'. doesn't cost a dime to be our valen- Billy Harrington of Keystone Heightswere
tiered cake decorated with
wedding Fruit punch was served from a tine." Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. *Sunday School and Bible school Resumed 9 am ,
white florets and topped with a silver
Meanwhile back at the Public
bowl. other J.D.
crystal punch Among Seymour.
butterfly and white silk flowers underan
refreshments were cookies, cakes, Library, Sandy Davis says, "Rosesare II,
inverted snifter. b I
red Violets We're hav-
are ,
nuts and candies. blue
Following a 10-day( tour of South Mrs. Mary Gissy, who served the ing a party Just for you. No matter r'h r''
Florida the couple is residing at 122 S. 6
how it, fun Valentine Party
say a
cake, was in charge arrangementsfor you
Thompson Street. this affair. will be held for preschoolers at the \
The bride graduated from Bradford Public Library on 105 E. Jackson St. ; ""'" aN : ,a,''p/l ".w." '

High School in 1975, attended Strat- in Starke. Happy Valentine's Day. E "' .. 11I\ i i.w f
ford Women's College in Tampa and ': : :,: : ; P
worked in cosmetics and modeling.She Altar Society Meeting
Mrs. Carol Ashline, president,
is owner and operator of the
of St. Edward's Duplicate Bridge I
at the
presided meeting '
Merle Norman Cosmetic Shop. .. 1r"i. i
Mr. Peterson is presently engagedin Altar Society held in the Club ResultsRhea -'t. :

land sales. parish hall Tuesday evening.Mrs. ;.
Mary Brown and Mrs. Mary Johnson and Lori Frances of ,, rt
4"yiiw noon 1 A
Gissy volunteered for Altar Care during Keystone Heights were the winning '
the month of February. couple at Duplicate Bridge Tuesday 1 t
Plans were made for assisting the night. Hazel and Jerry Moran of "
Miss Janna Starling,. Maryknoll Missions and for the local 1 Kingsley Lake were second. '

John Samons :. needy. j, t The club plays every, Tuesday night) I ji:. ) LS.t : ; .- t
The Spring Deanery Meeting was at 7 p.m. af the Pratt Street Recr'ea- :
To Wed Feb. 20 announced for March 26 at St. tion Center and all bridge players are mw

The wedding of Miss Janna Starlingand Patrick's Church in Gainesville.The welcome to attend. ,
John Samons will take place Friday next meeting is scheduled for s

Feb. ZOo at 7:30: p.m. in Graham March 3.Wayne. .: ti
Baptist Church with a reception
following in the Fellowship Hall. Hampton City Councilman Chuck
All friends and relatives are invitedto Rowland was recently injured in a job

attend. Heneley of Advance N.C.was accident and Is hospitalized at
a tMF'C'
i Thursday to Sunday guest of Mr. Alachua General Hospital in MM.-.x14 l
and Mrs. Jerome Johns. Gainesville. ,

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For ValentinesOpening '

up an account at Community State

Bank of Starke, :where your savings will grow

and grow! Conversation

You'll always,be treated with care and concern :

here, with the highest rate of interest the law

allows paid:on savings accounts or certificates. Decorator telephones from Continental. Like work of act;

Remember we will be closed Monday to j.. these home.,conversation, pieces add,color and life to ny'room'. .in 'your'

celebrate George Washington's Birthday .

Choose from a vrietypf l line
stYldeSign decorators tra=: "
C S STATE .': 'qJti6nal phones and replicas of antique ck ssccsr And colors ,
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Bradford Jamboree enjoy the music of Hank Lott and TheHometowne. Rash of Fires assistance of the Waldo Fire Department .
The property of Mr.and Mrs. Jerry .... Jo Cephus and The Dolores Meng Hampton has been plagued by a .when.they were needed,
I' Wadsworth was the scene of the"Bradf Ghost -entertained with Melba Phone 468-1915: number of fires in the past several"' Birthday '

,( ford.Jamboree, Saturday,, February Morgan the singer. Senior Citizens Mr. Roberts appreciated the high weeks. Saturday night the garage and Kelly Danielle Griffis celebratedher
S.J. Hall providedgood music with car belonging to Mrs. Josephine Fon third
Some Harry Fertig of Starke enrolled as a respect given him in Miami', and the birthday on February 6.
| !seventy! citizens gathered to fire.
his guitar. Ronnie Jones and Jody member of the Senior kindness and for his efforts taine were destroyed by Mrs. Jean Clark celebrated her bir-
new Hampton appreciation
ft e.i1; with other fires was one set at
; * Wadsworth also entertained Among thday on Feb. 7.
held in the there. His
Citizens Club at the meeting shown by people
Methodist the old Hampton School and several Mrs. Miriam Brown celebrated her
1st Church' guitars.
the City Hall Friday afternoon. family and friends here are happy to
prize,Winners were Wendy brush. fires. birthday on Feb. 7.
several him
Presents Luck Although members were have back safely I
worth of The Hampton Volunteer Fire to Kim Rowland
won $25 groceries Happy Birthday
unable to attend due to illness, those Mrs. Donna Faye Burns and
The Arts" Concert given by.Lett's Country Corner; June and Department appreciated the who was 9 years old on Feb. 11.
who came had a jolly time.Their next children, Robert, Jason Megane,
rod and reel
The First United Methodist Church Haddock won fishing and meeting is set for February 20.' have returned to'this area after spen-
of Starke donated by Jerry's Electrical; Welcome Home ding two in Atlanta. Robert is
will present the Riverside i years
,; Choirs under the direction of Daniel Mrs Beverly Padgett Was awarded State Trooper Donald C. Robertswas enrolled as a second grader at Hampton -
the and set donated SusieLett's
shampoo by
F Francabandiero for the 5th concert welcomed home Wednesday Elementary School. %
in the Faith in the Arts Series, Sun- All Beauty enjoyed the of evening February 4, by l his family.Mr. Joyce Meng of Jacksonville and 'VQ
day; February 15 at 7:00 p.m. Who and Came'Western' 'and variety Gospel Roberts returned from special Beveraly Wanner of Orlando, spent Ft
The concert will be performed by Country, ( assignment in Miami where he spent the weekend visiting their parents,
the combined Chancel Choir and the Music with", singing'" throughout the one month. Among/ his duties there Mr. and Mrs Paul Meng and family,
evening v ) will Us If freeze them first
Candles drip
Handbell Choir of Riverside Park was directing traffic. and friends in the area. you
Methodist Church of Jacksonville

consisting of approximately 35 people ,
and will offer a most interesting -- -

and and secular entertaining music.program of sacred F AMERICAS{ : FAMILY DRUG STORE

The public is invited to attend this ,
concert. You're going I to Jlte Eckrd'sfamous !

Kelt Celebrates! Griffis fdir.w_ :: \ Photo Of tor. / /

Little Kelli Griffis celebrated her color or black and white print film developed and printed... .. .
third birthday Friday Feb. 6, at TODAY AND EVERYDAY. .
Johnson and Johnson day care centeron y j Twice the Film... Get two rolls of print film for the price of one
Thompson Street. -Thwp Kodacoloror black and white when you have your film processedat
Birthday cake,'punch and cookies Eckerd's. TODAY AND EVERYDAY.
were served to Kelli's 14 little friends. :
Kelli's mother, Kathy, was hostessfor ; Twice*Guarantee.. Buy only the prints you want. No
the occasion. hassle-even If Ave" goof was In the picture taking.COLGATE .

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.Mr. and Mrs. John Miller attendedthe
Florida Press Association Adver
Using Seminar In Orlando over the II Valentine
weekend and also visited their son,
: Kevin Miller at the University of I
South Florida in Tampa where they
were Joined by Mr. and Mrs., Bill I II SpecialsASSORTED
t Meng and daughter, Dana.

Mi i Marcia Burdette, Wayne and'

9 Git.*. ...oJScI.dlawl McLendon and t BrCLADY
Bill Clifford of Jacksonville and Mrs.
'. Harlan Jennings of Gainesville were A
: last Friday night guests of Mrs. L.H. 1
: Jennings and saw the play "Ten i I VALENTINE PLUSH
Nights in a Barroom" at the Country
Club.Mr. Priced..
k and Mrs. Robert Siedenberg of PLANTERS Choose from our large selection of cuddly -
Miami were last Wednesday night ISICSHAVER COCKTAIL PALMOLIVEDETERGENT puppies, bears & more.
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome

Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Bakken visited'Mr. T-OUNC. : 12-OUNCE 32-OUNCE SPRAY COLOGNE or --atvLeN-.v329 -,,",?,"
2/49 169 109 ,
and Mrs. Nick Crosby in .... S.I.hlo.J.
1 Hawthorne on Sunday. 5Pric.d. ...... Priced .. ...... RflulH.5 .... I 1ouaCHOICt.
Family-size tube of fluoride Single blada.Designed with Vacuum packed to ensure Dishwashing liquid.Toughon
j Mr. and Mrs. Lenox Cox of toothpaste. Limit 1 women. In mind. Limit 2 freshness. Limit 1 greasy dishes. lima t 1 e.L PrlmdCharlie .4 l s-ti l
spray cologne,0 >oz.orJontue
Maryville Tenn. were Tuesday to -" spray cologne, O.ft-oz. Limit 1 r
Thursday of last week guests of Mr. I '
and Mrs. George Huggins.

Gainesville were Sunday\ visitors of DOLE SLICED =- HEART CANDY
} Mr.and Mrs. R.O. Dansby. PINEAPPLE .

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) : Bradford County DepuTyT'ShertffLinda :: ? .., teforheadeonLlmn'Y" .. E8e\t hand! ) p'I"IIt1c!' ,, ,atwil i. a'laes. 'In'ntibny Great selection of famous-duality boxed
j wpdDoa. A Denton i4 # bon 4Z1rrR-.,.. '" r. t ntclpe'3' > chocolates' lot your Valermnel I
1' .8radford.County HospiUU S1 t "Oi:

Lawson, owner of the local
Montgomery Ward store, attended a CONAIR LIGHTED PROCTOR SILEX
J Sales and Marketing Meeting at the SPRAY MILDEW STO MAKE-UP JUICER
r Holiday Inn in Gainesville, Feb. 5 and HAIR REEL& ROD 00 MIRROR -:-
6, and was awarded three awards. ap.1515S. ((1 all.' -ow1388
Awards were for Money Saver Sales, == .:..oo8ge ., 71' ... ... Fo :1. 1499 .
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Quota Buster, and Highest Increasein Prhwd Helps prevent mildew r Auto turn on when .
Soft-hold aerosol.
Net Sales in the District. 3 types. Limit 1 ABS Includes cover.matching Metal gears rod. &musty odors.Limit 3 ;.i. Dual'mirrors.. Swivels.' 4 reamer.fruitlspressedtolights. II !!!!

Mrs. Ella Cooney took her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Smith Sr.
'Mrs. Smith was admitted to Johns- ALLBLANKETSOCO \\'r,:1 \, 61INCHFLOORLAMP SHARP

" ,. 'Hopkins Hospital for observation and SHAMPOO / ,,OFF"" RAZOR '. CALCULATOR Q'M..tuo
treatment: 1S-OUNCI o SSlc.. No. 799t
I .... 119 Thermal&electric .- Bu..34"Walnut MP1J12 4788 i *' ...... '
: 'j Mr.and Mrs.Tony Whiting of Anna. I'rtoed ........ types.Hurry In& save/ ;.*.. ".. 8-digit display.
111. spent Thursday to Monday with 3 types.Price reflects y finish. Beige Shaves up to 3 Memory keys. ,+ i
Mr.',and Mrs. L.C. Early. 30' off label. Limit 1 shade. weeks on charge.
,"')Ir. and Mrs. Jerry Woner of East CHAIR PADS3..2811
Moline, 111. and Miss Lee Ann Ludlowof ALL fLAt.CePANTYHOSE
Pensacola were guests of Mr. and LADIES LATEX SCRIPTO ERASABLE

Mrs. W.J. Frick last week and helped Choice of popular sty les& MUUMUU GLOVES PEN
celebrate Mr. Frick's birthday on ......." 00 Vinyl cover.
Jan. 31. U... 699 15.5. 2/ | "'"' 5geel' j4.
50OFF Prte Q ........ ..MIK CHAISE PAD .....
.nti Comfortable.Assorted f 7 ', Protects hands Choice .,'- 599 Easilyerasesits
7sMrs. R.L. Epperson has returned to REGULAR PRICES patterns & sizes. -aiLJ :of f sizes. Limit 2 ::1RIDABUG y T as Ink,not the paper!

Bradford County Hospital for further For beach&yard.

i treatment.
/ Southern College was weekend guest STICK DEODORANT
of Adrienne Barry. The two girls .....auact S-OUNce. 433 == 17.It ltog II."
returned to Southern on,Monday.C.H. .... 99e :P.a.1.15wash: ng.'.,, ..i...
Prle d \..... 4 Treats 1000 sq.ft. area. 1388 2788
Nasworthy returned home last Price reflects 20 off, Adds Turtle Wax as you Premixed. Limit 2 :..c90 California redwood slats on
Thursday after surgery Jan. 20 In St. label. Limit 1 ,. ? car,Long-lasting J folding aluminum frame.
Vincent's Hospital.Mrs. .'

Bertha Pearce was guest of -MINUTE
Miss Martha Haynes In Winter Haven BEN'GAYOINTMENT 4 GLUEMATI& CASSETTE 12"x 18" PEDESTAL

Friday to Wednesday of last week. PEN TAPES HIBACHI GRILL

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Huggins spent :Ia..ouNCll: 99 rA .....!...e..H 149 NO.CtoIP l99 M.9ul..t1.II' 1388

Friday to Monday in the Bahamas. ,P....... ..tit.. ..Ia... ........ S :. .....3 71 SalPrlcd' ....... In
.Greaseless ointment.. Convenient.No waste, Low noise lank tapes. Cast Iron construction.Multi-
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Garl LI"It.t! mend without a mess Nice sound reproduction i position grid.BURGESS. +
Mathews will be interested to know .
that their home on N. Church Street
has been sold and they are residentsin POLAROID Time-Zero WIREBOUND ") FLUIDICSPRINKLER
a nursing home: their address is STAYFREE TIME-ZERO Supercotofl COLLEGE xSO-FOOT
Mullis Manor,. 401 N. Okefenokee MAXI P GARDEN
Drive Folkston,Ga. 31537. S050r30.w 229 NOTEBOOK :j'4488 HOSE
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f' Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish spent ) Prlsd ,.....:; Priced ......., : water distribution. ..,
from Wednesday to Saturday in Bar- Regular super or deo- For 10 sharper richer 3-subiecl 150 ruled Durable,reinforced -
tow, Sarasota, Ruskin and Tampa. ,dorant. Limit.J, color prints. In sacondi. A punched sheets. vinyl. I
While in Ruskin; they visited with Mr. Limit 2
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and Mrs. Otis Morgan, 'k .. I
residents of Starke., While in Tampa -'v'iillf 'iiiiii.'ili'''''' iSaLZiiffiSkflKfi A .1 n nftil i't-U"l"cn'4E' .... ,... lIItil IiIoi'&J;
' they visited their son, Stan Reddish

who is attending the University of Each Eckerd Pharmacist is a highly-trained professional,who's going to

South Florida. make sure'yoU are completely satisfied. Every month he takes an accredited -

Mrs. rt.P McLendon is visiting'her continuing education course so that he's aware of the newest "
4 sister, Mrs. Nell McDonell in Tampa developments: In:idrugs.:;:Additionally*,;he'Is'I' ) ;] ; f 1.-Jfi'" 61.filmfilf'if'J
I r: for a week and taking IntheStateFair. constantly checkfng: his'stocks to insure thathehasjustttiAdrugytlu'needwhenyauneed &.:...1WWL.lU' WL.l .IJ L.IWW&J

". Mr. and Mrs. Fred bobbins and ., With it..Andv\ he, always tries to save you: money ; :?(cUEMU1gx( ; ffi ,IB'13UU. ) ?. (!L3]
family and Jonathan Ferguson at- : generic drugs whenever possi ble and. bypfferlng .

?. tended the State Fair' over the "} Senjor'Citizens' discounts'on your 831 S. Walnut St. 'Starke. 'Fla.

weekend. ',, prescriptions.: \ There's something special, di

"Tommy': Reddish; sari of"Mr::' :f" about an'Eckerd Pharmacist. He cares i' '

about health.
Mrs. Drew Reddish, has recently your ,

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Five BHS Wrestlers Face Regional Competition : "

Five Tornado wrestlers qualifiedfor petition.McDuffle was pinned at 1:47 of Interlachen High'at 1:09: in the first 146, Interlachen fourth with 65 points, .
regional competition set at Clay by Lockwood Interlachen High,lost round, lost the second round 6-2 to BHS fifth with 58.5 points, and Mid- :. ,
High in Green Cove Springs this 8-5 to Feagle of Suwannee High, but Williams of Palatka High, then came dleburg High trailed with nine points.for '
Saturday, Feb. 14, by placing in the came back in the finals to pin back in the championship round to pin It has been a rebuilding year with '
top four places in the District 3 Class Barksdale of Clay High at 4:29. Howe of Middleburg High at 3:10. BHS, but prospects are bright "
: 3A Wrestling Tournament. Powell, a BHS senior with a 5-10 A top performer BHS during the most wrestlers returning next season.
fN Qualifying for Bradford High are season mark, finished third in the regular season, Jeff Belcher 7-3 at The Tornadoes have had to use a
: jai Kenneth Bright, Mike McDuffie, Bill 123-pound class. In district Powellwas 149, did not qualify for the regional. freshman, Teddy Bresee, a class
1 % Green, John Powell, and Larry pinned at 3:57 by Glover of Clay Suwannee High won the Dist. 3 above his weight all season. In three
Saucer. The Tornadoes finished fifth High In the opening round. Powell tourney with 169 points. Palatka High other events, the 188, 220, and : .
in the six school Dist. 3 competition' battled back and pinned Barkett of finished a close second with 164, battling unlimited weight classes BHS has has
ae'kienr' last Wednesday, Feb. 4, at Suwannee Middleburg High in just 39 seconds in the Bulldogs right down to the to forfeit because there was nobody to
High School in Live Oak. the second round,and beat Bridges of final event. Clay High was third with compete.
Bright a junior, was district Palatka High 10-7 to win the cham,
runner-up in the 171-pound weight pionship round for a third. place -- -
class. He drew a bye the first round, finish.
r beat Reid of Palatka 15-7 in the second Saucer,a junior with an 8-5-1 season New VFW Post in Starke
round, but was pinned by Mc- 'mark, finished third in the 141poundclass .
Cook of Suwannee High at 5:30 to lose at district.Saucer pinned Ellard
the third or championship round. still needs a few more membersto
Green a junior with a 12-3 season Ceramics Classes
mark,was runner-up in the US-pound
class. Green also drew a first round Have Re-Opened fill out their charter.For
bye, beat Jeff Barone of Suwannee Ceramics classes have re-opened at .
N High 9-2 In the second round, but lost 'the Starke Recreation Department.
the championship round 7-3 to Billy more Information-
Classes are in the Old Armory on N.
f Anfinson of Clay High. 'Temple Ave. from 7.10 each
E. _. p.m.
Mike McDuffie a sophomore with Richard 964.5089
Monday and from 9:30a.m.: until noon Contact: Dugdale
mark in the ,
an 11-5 season 130-pound each Wednesday. '
class, finished third in district com

Tankard Buckets 2... ,

Ben Tankard number 24, came alive for BUS In the second half of the Live '
Oak game Friday night to score 12 points and drag down rebounds. JOIN

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With two flat first halves, Bradford Mike Sexton of Tuesday nigl t's 78-42 J Total It Up! Check It Out!
High basketballers lost two more loss to Clay High in Green Cove. BHS ,
games this past week, although they was 4-for-20 or just 18 percent from ..yrrnnv
came back in both times with a second the field in the first half. In losing to a
half effort that was too late and 20-1 Suwannee High five here Friday - ..... .... .....
too little. Feb.8, BHS hit just l-of-25 field goatattempts
"We were just Hat," said Coach or 4 percent; in the first
Lo u[
The losses ran the BHS record to a
BHS Lifters dismal 114. / r I
Only bright spot of the week was the
return of Eddie (Bird) Thompkins to
Clobber ClayBradford the line-up Tuesday night.Thompkins 0s1C BONUS e
has been out seven games for medical id
High weightlifters took tests after he had a fainting spell.
first place in seven of nine weight
classes against host Clay High winn- Clay High 78-BUS 4Z
ing their second meet of the season "We just didn't play well" said

43-22la5t Wednesday. Feb 4. Coachs Mike Sexton of Tuesdaynight's .. :I GENUINE: ;; ',-,'f
The win boosted the Tornado liftersto FRESH F.AHO :
in Green
2.1 for the season so far. Last week Cove Springs.disappointing game AM.PBEi.t.S YM a I1 W lr. v ,;V.U ,I"""",, ---
Bradford nipped Ocala Vanguard BHS was down 18-S after the first, '
32.31 for its first win of the season. period and 38-13 at the half. They 'TOMATOSOUP : 'GRAPEFRUITMM.
First place winners for Bradfordwere were 4-for-20 from the field in the first

Mike Jordan Bo Harrison Eric, Carroll Bobby,Martin Keven, half.In the third period the Tornadoeslost rlncneR 10.750. 4/$1 .5/$1 / $239

Reddish, Billy Shannon, and Steve 19-13 and in the fourth 17-16, but CAN ? !
Spell. 'they shot 13-for-30 or 43 percent from SAVE I.
Taking second place slots for BHS the floor. SAVE 15'd 'SAVE. SAVE
were Robert Carver, Philip Sloan, Kerry Fisher,Tom Marks,and Em- 20'I I
Tudy O'Neal Daren Hardee, and mett Watkins fouled out. Fisher had I
Kenny Wright. three fouls in the first three minutes COMPARE 8mPI"V:! SAVE YOU COMPARE J PINCPennrR, .! IAVI YOU COMPARE :tl.l", p: d( 2 I'KSSS"! Ave YOU .
and sat out most of the first half. P"CI
BHS43-CHS22 Eddie Thompkins responded to his .DETERGENT S DOLLS-CHARMIM" : ..
(First number is bench press, second first start in seven games with a 20 Sweet Is.' Peas3/1 Foamy Liquid >9* [!!3 Bath Tissue-- /* [!:I
is clean and jerk,and the third is points performance and 12 rebounds. .- 24 CT..LIPTON FAMILY
the total.) Coach Sexton had to rest the Bird .MIRED Taw MTTV CHOCM NAMBUIKllll O : .
114- Harrison (B) 125.110-245, several times, but he was 8-for-18 Vegetables _34 Tuna Helpers_85 Q Tea. Bags 28c r.:1 IJ' } I)i
CarverB) 130-110-230.123-Sweat(C) from the field. Thompkins had six of ISoi-WHITE lot-OLD DUTCH SWEET! 5 SOUR .IN| SAL HAN UVVII HP OH SINUS ,,,.' .
the 13 second half baskets. 3/'i [ill Cat Food120I.JUICB ? ,.
190-170-360, Sloan (B) 130-0-130. 132- Potatoes Dressings2/1. 42a _LI tt 'j
Ben Tankard had rebounds and I
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( ) 240-195-435 O'Neal Ii
165150315. 148- Haines (C) Kevin Howe 6. r.J 29 '"' .
220-185-395, Hardee (B) 185-180-365. Another bright spot was sophomore Green Beans_3/"l IJ Lysol Cleaner._ 40 Realemon -?1M. ,,8,, '
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165- Jordan (B) 270-225-495, WrightB BOTTLE. 100 COUNT- PANTRY PRIDE I
third quarter and did a good jobgot a rJ 10S4eo 69* &:::] rr.t ,. ..
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260-235-485. Clasper (C) 255-175-430.Carrqll couple of rebounds and scored 5 B.B.QSauce......, IJ Tea Bags 12/78 .1'17) 1
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their taste Of victory last The first'lime "BHS' i>i d"Ctay BHS over the second and third period.
jumped out to
week bailers the Baby Tornado basket- High, the Blue Devils beat BHS 5729. period lead when Live Oak a 13-3 10first on the With BHS down 30-14 going into the 48-34 Over Santa FeBradford
hung fourth both substituted
tough Tuesday period teams
night, This time, in Green Cove Springs, season, started its substitutes When
Feb. 10, for three freely and Live Oak the
quarters before BUS stayed with : won period
them for three the
bowing to 62-44 to Clay High in Green quarters. Bull regulars scored were put into the 2512. High's lady basketballers 51.4104 l II II...
Cove Springs, and they battled a ."The kids ran the offense real only' four points. ''The Bulldog JV five has been 'put together a last quarter rally to Insure -.. 41.* II *.211.dI..dl
superior Suwannee High five all the the first half.'We good Dixie Youth beaten this season only by Buchholzof : their win over visiting Santa Fe
just slacked oft the ; .
way!hast Friday night in the BHS gym' second Gainesville, Lake City and Jasper.In 48-34 Monday night, Feb. 9,after run- .....5.410.11II11"_., ,.a. .__
half said Coach Stephens. Signups Start ...-,. town ..,... TtoM*..*.*. tony .... B w.
in a 55.26 losing cause. their first game Jan. 9 in Live ning neck and neck with the Lady ...-.. BrMiikMM...... Tctab I,.1444.I .
The JV.flve Is running the offenseas PHI i I'l' Registration for Dixie Youth Minor Oak, the Bulldogs ran 91.35 over the Raiders during the first three periods. ..<..Pm SI.ckM4.. C_"y4-t-l*. JMM ,.....
11 I
Coach Rick Stephens instructs CIo,M....$ 44I11JIO41 and Major league baseball starts BHS JV. Hope Jackson led the Tornadoeswith tMl4.. S.HH-1. fttecrh ,-.... T.M4*lt44.Dead .

them now, but turnovers and floor _.............................'r-......0;..' Wednesday Feb.18, in Starke, with 20 points on the board and five
mistakes are still their bugaboo. ....... i_11f. OAwr ...... JSN..741, _10 Dixie Boys registration starting BMt I* rebounds. Teammates Mae Tisdale
Clay High found out the BHS JV ...*"_,*.,"torrtoll_*.D.e1.114.'.,RMfe. I August 1. t n 7 M MIrcdtorA and Tracy Hankerson assisted in the
could make free shots when the Tornado t-0-0. UM Minor-Major League
age group / ..., ..
O-l-l l >l Hnm
Trove Dy leer -
,five sunk 22 of 29 Tuesday night ',..ChW......HI......-...,..... _......h.yI...i"'.11. is 8-12 with, the age determining date ...... M.......0-1-1. Punic' *..-.. RMdlih. ..-.. !_ points, respectively.The .
,-,. i_ ,*4, tt._ ,.,... ,.. .
M .. .
a 76 percent rate. .. being August 1 1981. The Dixie '(]* win puts the Lady Tornado five
., ..... .... Boys
I .
w. 'M 1 D.Wm ItiwinitM.Per.12.4.Oil,.., ..Will..........
Coach Stephens was obviously proud 615,1.1.6 I..... fatal....,..-... ages are 13-14 (same date for deter- ""..... I..., Parry .....'-..11. Ptumnwr- at 10-6 for the season overall and 6-4 in
of his charges Tuesday night, even mination: August 1). .-,.,. HvntM >..-.,. C........ ...-., H'.I.. though mistakes got to them In the se- Live Oak 55 BUS 26' Boys and girls can sign up at the 'rt._ .-.-.. N..I1.2 l -
cond half Pratt St. Recreation Center from 3-5 ..1.-... then the Raiders closed the gap to two

Mondays through Fridays or at the points, 16-14, by halftime. The third
BUS 44 Two quarters In which the Tornado Old Armory from 8:30 a.m. to noon period was evened out with both
Clay High 62 junior/varsity five scored only two and 1 .5 p.m. each weekday.The IHS T.nnls Sch.dul. teams scoring 11 points. BHS went in-'
"W. did a real good Job first half,"' points' left the local! five far behind deadlines for registration are 1911 to the one-on-one defense in the fourth

said Tornado Coach Rick Stephens of Suwannee High's JV basketballers March 18 for the Major and Minor and F.b.12. L.k. luI.r A 3:30 period and put 15 straight points on
his JV cagers who had a 21 point Friday night, Feb. 6, in the Bradford March 25 for the Dixie Boys. There F.b.. 1 I. Cloy High A 3:30 the board to push the final score to'
splurge in the second quarter and High gym. will be for 48-34 by the end of the
no charge registration. F.b.. 19 P.'atk.' (Boy. only) A 3:30 game.
lead play High 24-21 at the half. .
F.b.24. Ea".Id. A 3:30 The Lady Tornadoes were tied with
Turnovers ,in the fourth the Raiders 29-29 before the IS
quarter F.... 2. Maccl.nn, A ":00 point
hurt,however and the Girls Tennis Team Santa Fe 4-3 which started with 5:38
Baby Red five Edges Mar 3 POIatke (Boy- only) H 3:30 scoring spree
dropped the game 6244.It Mar. 10 Lak. Butl.r H 3:30 minutes left in the game and ended
was 43-37; after the third period Melissa Winkler and Michelle Mar. 12 3130 less than a minute before the final
Sapp "This one was too close for com- t K.y.ton. :
BHS was down six but still in the won a doubles match to squeeze the fort," commented Girls and Boys (Girl. Only) buzzer blew.
ballgame.In Bradford High girls tennis team 4-3 Tennis Coach Jerry McGriff. Mor 16 Cloy High H 3130 "We played in the fourth quarterlike
the 21 point second period Long by their host Santa Fe in Gainesville. Mar 17 Ea."Id. H 3:00 we are capable of playing all the
had 6, Dyal 5', Johnson 3,Mark Pierce Monday, Feb. 9.\ : M.r. 19 Moccl.nny H 4:00 time," commented Tornado Coach
5, and Dunlap 2. The win opens the* season for the Mar. 23' CIt, H 4:00 Jimmy Thomas. "We took advantageof
"We were shooting good for a Lady tennis masters and also a Scoring (Girls the man-to-man (defense) and our
puts only)
change. We're coming along.They're mark in the win column in district H....... a.....(26)( ) _Mot..(I) 611 WI....'..(I) Apr I, DIStrlcGaln..vlll.. TeA people moved well to the basket."
-5w.S4t !_ ... __...
/ (I) r Cwfcml|
what I'm Bradford's
doing asking them to do, butwe're biggest struggle came
(S).*.r Curt.loll l.wl.(sp)I.""". April 4 Taurnam.nt
up some" pretty. fair competition. Sapp, and Stacey Denmark BwiMw a.......WMX((P)... MuwOmiiHirk Hi Apr I. Stat. Gohlo.vlII. TBA'Ap when the Raiders slipped to a one I (
: all took wins in singles play. Wlnklw.. tep. (I)MM C..._'....*M.It's ,. II Tournam.nt point lead, 21-20, with 4:58 left in the I r
third period. Hope Jackson hit the se-
cond of her two shots at the free throw 1Ip
line to tie the game up 2121. Santa Fe
scored two points on a 15 footer by I
THE Dena Cherry to regain a 23-21 lead. '
Jackson's scoring of nine of her 20
points in the third quarter gave BHS a IMO
two point 27-25 advantage at the end yr

of the third period. ,; 0, rn
The Tornado scoring spree consisted r
of baskets by Jackson, Tisdale,
REVOLUTION Janet Williams, Hankerson and

Queenie Berry. The 15 consecutive ,
points put BHS in front 44-29 with less yz

than a minute left in the game. 1"1, .z.

Your Total Food Bill That Counts.. r p I .. ('- .+

Baseball, Softball

Clinics Set March 2,9

Umpires and coaches for all
baseball and Softball leagues Hope Jackson led BUS by Santa Fe
NonUa 1 1I Y operated by the Starke Recreation with 20 points, scoring nine points in

CHICKEN Department are required to attend at the third quarter to keep BUS alive.
I least one of two inductory clinics set Leading BUS with a 20 point average.
I iB QlfiWlw March 2 and 9. Jackson is deadly from 15.20 feet out.

))1 ones

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HYGRADE SMOKEDPORK SIRLOINSTEAK PORTERHOUSESTEAKS shut out Santa Fe 7-0 Monday after. squad played exhibition matches that
noon, Feb. 9, in Gainesville, openingthe did not count, but all won their matches -
HOT DOGS CHOPS season for the Tornadoes. John Bennett, Jeff Moore, and
"The first one is always great," Greg Clark all took wins in singles
$ sure sure $98 said Girls and Boys Tennis Coach and S. Johnson and Clark took a win
88CI !m 1 om8 $268LB Jerry McGriff. ,in doubles.
; BHS won all of the best two out of The win puts the Tornadoes at 1-0
LBGAVE three sets in the first two sets, in- overall and in the district Bradford'snext
SAVE 30' SAVE eo' PER LB IIi iiD SAve 60 rER LB U 60' PER LB cluding the two doubles matches. match is this afternoon
Freshman'Shane Johnson had the (Thursday, Feb. 12)) in Lake Butler
most afternoon allowing
t impressive at 3:30: p.m..
only one win during the two sets of

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1lR15! .
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10A TELEGRAPH February 12.1981

The Bradford county Telegraph presents our

Mystery. i' .

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Merchant contestThe a C '


winner of last weeks contest



Thank you so much for the response

whe had and we hope you will visitthese

personnel.businesses and get to know their

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TG&YFamily CREEK RANCHU.S. ; 1 STEER t %t ?
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301 S.
Bradford Square A I STEAKHOUSE ,
A U.S. 301 S. 1'
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Robert Ward Nell Langford Elwood Padgett Donald Falcon

Truly your family store offering Fred Mueller knows how to save you Don't be surprised to meet your friends and
30,000 sq. ft. of bargains.You can find It money: neighbors eating at Western Steer.
all from a full line of wearables, the He has a feed mill that offers VITA There Is a simple reason why everyone goes to the

latest In fabrics, housewares, paints, Ferm mixed_ feed. ,:';.; .. Steak House., n.,''' 'I!' .arpn'I
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lie can provide Joii? rolled"qualitytype Qaal'6'F'oitiaV19 nA JaladBar
auto accessories, fishing and hunting
horse hay and also offers field and delicious that's great.
supplies and much more.T .
fence fence post. Vet supplies and steaks cooked Yoa'll really like
C &Y Family Center saves you money
seed. Buy your seed potatoes now. the way you the choices
throughout the store
so why pay Stop by and see Fred today he will like It offered
save you money.


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Sunoco station 964-5611'' 238 S. Walnut street
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CII Moreira Brenda Thomas
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We Aluminum Cans
Buy Frank Patterson,Assist.Mar.

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_ After 5 P.M. Us Quote Your Next Job
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Locally owned and Fast Friendly' *. Letterheads *Sales Papers
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February lZ, 1981 TELEGRAPH Page 1IA

;4 LEGALS * .* ,*. *.* r ',I, PUBLIC: NOTCI! $ Real Estate News

I. .': ) Notice Is hereby given that' the City of I

.,:.'. NOTICE OF to. It on EUGENE F. fictitious nome under the Starke, Florida, pursuant to 'Chapter' 163. News for' the Hontebuyerma
'. INTENTIONTO SHAW ESQUIRE, 733 N. provisions of aforesaid
;. REGISTER Palmetto Av., Gr..n statuta. Florida Statutes, will hold a public hearingto

FICTITIOUS COy. Springs Florida Dated this 10th. day of receive comments on an Ordinance

..:. NAME P.O. Box 838 Green February A.D. 1981 In Enacting and Establishing Subdivision

::. COy. Springs Florida ,Stork, Florida. 2X134tod Regulations for the City of Starke, and pro
Pursuant to Section 32043. on or before 20 / 3/3.
::. 863.09 Florida Statutes' F.bruary 1981, and fil. viding for the administration,. enforcement
;: notice I I. given the original with the NOTICE' and amendment thereof, pn Tuesday
:' that th. undersigned Clerk of this Court either The Florida Bank at February \\7,1981 at 8:00 P.M., in the Com
: St.v.n Goodman, 1537 b.for. service on Plain. Stork., P.O. Box 310, CongratulationsAnn
:. McCollum St., Starke, FL tiff's ottorn.y or Immediately Corn.r Jefferson and missioners Room of the City Hall, Starke,
;: 32091 sole owner, doing thereafter: Clark Streets, Stark, Florida. Copies of the Ordinance are
: business a* GOODMAN otherwise, a default' will Florida 32091, hoe mad. available for public Inspection and reviewat 4VMichael
:. FENCE CO., 1537 Me- ,be entered against you application to establish a
the Office In the. City Hall
Collum Branch In th. Zoning ,
St., Stark, FL for the r.lI.f demanded now vacant
32091, Inland to in the Complaint lot In the southeast con Starke, Florida, and the Bradford County iatE

register said fictitious Witness my hand and n.r of Bradford Square Library, Starke, Florida. Hehg .2/12.
: name under the provision seal of .this Court on Shopping Center U.S. I
:. of aforesaid January 19, 1981 A.D. Highwoy 301, Stork,
:E statute, Gllb.rt S.- Brown, a* Bradford County, NOTICE OFINTENTION business under the firm
Dated this 3rd day of "Clerk of the CircuitCrt Florida. Application was name of STARKE
February A.D. 1981 In by: Beulah M. accepted for filing by TO REGISTER RADIATOR SERVICE 661
Bradford County MooVv. Deputy Clark FDIC on February 2, FICTITIOUS North Temple Av..
Florida. 2/5 4tpd 2/26. 1/22 4{hg 212.NOTICE 191., NAME Star.... Flo. 32091 Intends 14 ,51
Any person wishing to to register said fictitious
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF OFINTENTION comment on hit application Pursuant to Section name under the
FLORIDA EIGHTH may file/ hit or her 865.09, Florida Statutes, provisions of aforesaid
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN TO REGISTER comments In writing notice is hereby given statute. Mlchaol B. Cooney Ann W. .,....
AND FOR BRADFORD FICTITIOUS with the Regional Director that the undersigned Dated this Oth day of

COUNTY FLORIDA, NAME of the Federal' James B. Powell. Jr.. February A.D. 1981 InStark. I Janet M. Starling, Realtor, announced her choices for commendation for January Solas. As Topseller, Associate I
CIVIL ACTION, CASE NO. Deposit Insurance Corporation P.O. Box 113, Starke, Fl. .. Florida. 2/12 Michael' B. Cooney took top honors. Top lister for January Award want to Realtor Associate Ann W. .,..k.. Congratulations
8124. Pursuant to Section at Its Regional' 32091, sole)owner, doing 4tpd 3/5. to this award-winning' team.
WALTER WILLIAMS S 865.09, Florida Statutes, Office located at 233 - -
SONS, INC., A Florida notice Is glv.n Peachtree Street N.E., -------

Corporation Plaintiff that Gilbert the G.undersigned Nelson Peachtre Tower Suit.Center 2400, Atlanta Harris Theressa Fire Dept. p.m. Gospel singing will be )providedby SREC To Give 2nd Rock 'N Roll
the SCRIPTURES from Palatka.
vs JAMES R. SR. owner, doing business person, Georgia desires protest If any Elects Officers- Donations of $2.50 per adult, $1.73 for Free Garden SeedsThe Jamboree Set
as MAGNUM the granting of this application children under 12 for fish dinners. A Suwannee River Economic At Nursing HomeThe
and MELISSA A. Rt. 3, Box 184 (Rd. 100S). Plans Fish FryThe
h. or she hoe a gas grill will be given away with Council, Inc. Community Food and
LAYTON, husband and Starke, FL 32091, Intends
wif.,. sold fictitious right to do so If he or she. Theressa Volunteer Fire tickets available from fire depart- Nutrition Program is taking applica-- 2nd annual Rock 'N Roll Jamboree
Defendants. to name register under the 'provi files a written notice of Department met Thursday night Jan.. ment members or at the door. tions for free garden seeds for is set this Saturday, Feb. 14, by
NOTICEOF sions of aforesaid his or her Intent with the 16 for the purpose of electing new officers Takeouts will be available. seasonal and migrant farm workers. residents of the Starke Nursing

ACTIONTO statute. Regional' Director on or for calender year 1981. Applications will be taken at the Home.
: JAMES R. Dated this 29th day of before March 6, 1981, The meeting was called to order by Community Outreach Centers in
LAYTON, SR. and January, 'A.D. 1981 In The nonconfldentlal' portions 1980's president Lonnie Broome with, HELP WANTED Bradford, Columbia, Dixie The residents and Pixies, teenage
of the volunteers will hold four prominent
MELISSA A. LAYTON Bradford County, application the chair being turned over to 1981 Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, ,
ore on file In the URGENTLY NEEDED 50 citizens "hostage" with the ransom
husband and wife Florida. 1/29ltpd 2/19. Wayne Hersey. Suwannee and Union counties.
Regional' Office (at the officers set at $50 for each. The four"hostages"
AND OTHER PARTIES Other that elected for
were for the seeds the client
PUBLIC NOTICE obov address) as part people In this area to do sewingin must are Sheriff Dolph Reddish
HAVING INTERESTS the coming were Ernest E.
Notice of of the public fll. maintained year ; certified as a seasonal or
Application their home. Good income. All Chamber of Commerce Executive
HEREIN Triest Jr. David Z.
for Variance: by the Corpora vice-president; migrant farm worker during the year Vice-President Bill Wilson
YOU ARE NOTIFIED Notice I I. hereby given tion. This file. I I. Griffis, secretary-treasurer; Percy ages accepted. Send 3 .00 preceding their application by earn School Board Member J.R. Jim)
that FORECLOSE an" Action A MOR for that Th. Board of Adjustment available for public Inspection Sullivan, Jr., chief; Joey Dampier; (refundable) for pattern and ing at least 50% of their total incomeas Lawson, and Starke Mayor
TGAGE the City of Starke, during regular Jessie Lee, 1st assistant chiefs; Jerry an agricultural employee and have Commissioner Charles Schaefer
on In BRADFORD followingprop.rty Florida, will conduct a business hours. 3/12 Crenshaw, captain; Edward Loper, Instructions. income below the poverty levels. In Phone 964-6220 to help with (lie

COUNTY, FLORIDA: hearing at 7:00: P.M., In 2tchg 2/19. Sonny Douglas, lieutenants; and Lon CORBIN :SEWING CENTER addition persons who are 55 years or ."ransom" and keey trying, the line
the City Commission nie Broome chaplain. older and were formerly considered
TRACT 33: Part of the Arts and Crafts be busy Beverly McGee.
NOTICE Drpt. may says
City Hall, Stark., OFINTENTION farm workers for
South half of th. room Another item of business discussedwas 200 N. Main the majority of their activities director at the nursing
Southwest quarter of the Florida on Tuesday, that of the Annual Fish Fry to be working life are eligible to par home.
17, 1981 to Corbin 40701
February at 5:30 ticipate.
Northeast quart.r of FICTITIOUS held February 28, beginning :
consider a request for a The of this is to
Section 33. Township 5 purpose program
VARIANCE from the NAME To help raise for the
South, Rang. 22 East, encourage the client to produce more
minimum lot width requirement American Heart Association the
Bradford in his own garden and become more
County GIVEN that the undersigned *
of the R 1CSIngi.
OPEN 1 HOUSE residents and Pixies will sponsor a
Florida more particular. involved in the effort to solve his
desiring to
.-family, Medium White Elephant Sale in front of the
described follow. nutritional and make
ly as : problems a
Density District, on the engage In business nursing home this Saturday, Feb 14, at the Northeast following described under the fictitious nom. BIG 1-DAY SALE variety of nutritious food available.
corn.r of the parcel of land: of DRAW.TITE, INC., at Final date to apply for free seeds is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
South half of the Commence at SE Corner Washington and Cherry i Feb. 20, 1981.
Southwest quarter of the Some 75 percent of the rais
of Lafayette S Streets In the City of money
Northeast quarter of Westmoreland St. and Starke, Florida, Intendsto New River Baptist ed during the Jamboree will be usedin

Section 35, Township 5 run East 353 ft. for a POB register the said name Assoc. Music FestivalOn the Bradford County area fur
South, Rang. 22 East, then run South 500 ft., with the CI"k of the Circuit public and professional education and run South 89 34' East 60 ft. North 500 ft. Court of Bradford OF Friday night, February 6, the community service programs. The
0/ West a distance of West 60 ft. to POB Ex S County Florida. 48 1981 Associational Music Festival was other 25 percent will be used at the national -
168.01 f..t to a point on 167 ft. Address),of property Dated at Cleveland held at the First Baptist Church of level for research.The .
the East line' of a 33 foot Is 700 Lafayette St.. Ohio this 22nd day of Keystone Heights. Of the 19 churchesin public is invited to come and
County Road: thence run Starke, Flo. The prop.rtyof January, 1931. the Association, five actively par. have coffee and donuts( with the"hostages"
.South 05 16' 40" West George F.. and RLF 'CORPORATION ticipated. These five were: Kingsley for a small donationbeginning
331.62 f..t for the points Randall. byS/ Robert L. Fisher, Lake New River
Florence C. Baptist, Baptist, at 10 Mrs.
al beginning run ....... ,4i 9 ;* a.m.r says
: -SCK h.0>Kj,_ >T-PiR-v-o Madlsdn Street Baptist First Baptistof McGee.
| :$2119i1 ?QF..Jjf' pTRACETiErurs
t i
urh e/'rln..14;; W.*G ri"N having' ah Interesf Nt i Keystone Heights and First Baptistof
feet thence
332.54 : run whatever In the Starke.
North 89 37' 38" East a
dlstanc of 544.80 feet to VARIANCE and be heard should at appear the- The Long line of affordable farm equipment Is now even There were seventeen choirs and BUARC SearchingFor
ensembles in the festival for
the West "tin. of 60 foot singing
a NOTICE OF Dollars
road right-of-way! time and place prescrib INTENTIONTO more affordable during our "pig One-Day Sale. You can save adjudication. These choirs come

thence run North' 01" 07' ed.GEORGE W. ROBERTS, REGISTER up to 25% or more over our normally low prices. together to hear each other sing and Members of the Bradford-Union
God. The festival is in Association for Retarded Citizens
5East along the Chairman Board of Adjustment. FICTITIOUS to praise no
Westerly right-of-way City of Stark. NAME way a competition. The judges listento (BUARC) are putting memberships
tin. of said road a A.L. Crosby Jr., each group and make suggestionsfor on sale in February in an effort to
distance of 291.53 feet to Secretary. Itchg 2/12. Pursuant to Section CHECK THESE SPECIALS: improving the work of each group. raise needed matching funds for
a paint of a curve: 669.09, Florida Statutes, LONG ALL DIESEL REG. PRICE SAVE SALE The judges give a grade from I federal grants.
thence run Northwesterly NOTICE OFINTENTION notice I I. hereby given 27 HP 260 '7,132 '2,222 '4910 (outstanding) to V (poor) if and onlyif Business memberships have been
with a curv. that the undersigned. the choir desires the grade. The dropped from $25 to $20 and family
said TO REGISTER Thomas R. Edwards and 32 HP 310 '7,632. '2,709 :,.. !4923 main point of the festival is to receive memberships from $15 to $10 during

curv. having a central FICTITIOUS LeRoyce D. Edwards, Rt. 40 HP 360 P/S '9,471 '2,516's5955 the constructive. criticism of these February according to Mrs. Ressie
of 49' 46"
ongl. 53' a NAME 1. Box 515 lake Butler choral experts. Griffith.
radius of SO feet an arclength 32054. faint owner, do- 45 HP460P/S '9,440 '3,113; : .'6267 On the same evening there was a BUARC needs to raise $1,000

'' "chord of 77.93 bearing feet ando anddistance 865.09.Pursuant Florida to Statutes Section, firm Ing business name of under DIAMONDE the 55 HP 510 PIS '10,231 '3,699 _'6532 solo competition for youth. This is in matching funds this year becausethe more

of North 27* 20' notice Is hereby given RANCH LAKE BUTLER MU Arn'3 'lOO"oM.. Plus Many' Mo;'. BIG Sn/ngsl part of a state baptist program. Our Bradford County Commission
49;'. West 45.27 feet; that the undersigned FL 32054, Intends to ro".. h1Ir00RA1.SUPERIOR. winner, Miss Sherra Mott, will now go reduced its helping fund by that
,'thence. run South 89 34 Leon T. Odom, Jr., Rt. 4,- register said fictitious to state competition in hopes of winning much, Mrs. Griffith states.
I 0/", West a distance of Box 1210, Stark. Fl. name under the provisions a college scholarship. Congratulations Memberships or donations can be
4 $.15 feet to the point 32091, sole owner doing of aforesaid TRACTOR CO. to Miss Mott for winning the sent to BUARC P.O. Box 509. Starke.FL .
.of beginning. "* business-under the firm statute. local competition. 32091.
::' name of LEON'S PLUMB Dated this 5th day of'
t t"has'.been filed against ING SERVICE, Rt. 4. Box February A.O. 1981 In
,i' you' and you or. required 1210. Starke, Fla. 32091. Bradford' County, 15353 J
f9 K uviush written 1* serve defenses.a copy of If your any. Intends to register said Florida. 2/12 4tpd 3/5. W. BEAVER ST. 781 -9011 'Ralph Bryan Real Estate '

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REAL ESTATE BUYS <. 9645231CROSBY Evenings and Sundays by appointment

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:.MINT CONDITION Inside and out on almost 1 acre In

A LAKE Appro town-S lit 2 full baths. Block home-III Fam. dm. Cent.
s ERR Imotely 1 acre with 100' on Hear/air Almost new stove ..f. 1 dishwasher' -

FAULKNERREALTY the lake $14.700. $'S.000.
MODERN RICK HOME Just Inside City on 1 acre 3 RR.
RobertsReal JOIN THI RENT 2 Both Pam Rm. Fire Place Cent. Heat/air closed

REBELLION I Buy this 3bedroom garage.B pecan trees-Can pay equity and assume C/4
: I1I/j Estate 2 bath homelocated Mtg. "" ,900.'eWATERFRONT..

OS4-5O&5 m m within walking
tfl.: ::; -. .* distance to town and In a SAMPSON LAKE 4 BR 2 Bath 24 x 40 DW
964-7828 .986 N. Temple nice neighborhood. Excellent Mobil. Home Cent Heat/air A wood burning heater
221 Lafayette. St. Across'from Wishbone .. k at $33,500. Dishwasher itove Ref Good cond. 27700. Can
Apartments. for Rent assume existing mtg. appx, $'2.000.
Office Space far Rent 30 ACRES on the MengDairy.Road
ASSOCIATES) has well and Neat 2 BR Frame Car. Lot. Screened front porch

'(:Ja.Qsified! : t rn: qRIW' 9 LOTS an Cherry St. Terms,. i Richard Roberts Weekends. <...SSt5 end Evenings Ann' Coll Godwin 744-5651 'O.K.septic$40.000.COUNTRY tank .mobile. home I closed GRAHAM In back RO.porch.2 BR-Frame 132.500.on 2 acres with pecan, pear,

U3 REA1TV I GOOD .INCOME an chicken farm (pullets) with 10'ecres +I Patsy Slice. V44-4S7* Norman. Nodding-16/-5966 fig, I citrus trees room for another home or mobile
Atl.., 'land Owner financed. Mora land available.. ;; John R. Smith V44-42I7 LIVING AT ITS' home and r.nt haute $27,000.
: Phone 44-7700 I BEST- In this 3 bedroom 2

'6V; 't Heiult* 393 N. Temple Avenue I ALMOST 'NEW brick ham with family Room andFireplace. '3BR. 11. frm. garage HOMES WilCO'STARKE let-Collins PI. bath modified A frame -2'/. acres $5.000 5 Acre ".000 Terms.
Goad''. mortgage.f home. Must race to ap
frame home
on 2 'lots with warehouse-Walnut St.
I preciate.,$5 ,500. -3 Acres Up $3,000 A. lawtey City Water and sidewalks'
'2BR, II, Block, fancad ,. 42S Pinewood Dr.
H you n..d '0'm.o" .25 ACRES Build or use as Pasture-Just off SRU.,, Block '12% down 10 yrs. T/t% Int.
3BR, I'/iB. nice 1320 Searing St.
"Frame homo;3BRIB. clean 8 Pratt St.
your Rental -:% ask TWO HOMES IN ONE.:' Equipped. for elderly lake Butler "Frame home, good location' 281,2 neot-'-Park Place You'll enjoy fixing meals' .. SR230I SV4 acres- fine strand of horvestable timbersurveyed .
..... the newly remodeled kitchen for 1 'lot subdivision 22500.
for LYNN '4 BR, 38, large, screened roc. room-Saarln| St.
of this :3 bedroom t -Appro 20 acres US 301 goes to Railroad Wooded .
topias -3 Bedroom, I Bath .In city SUMMER IS COMINOI .. Prepared with a nice secluded I OUT-OP-TOWN HOMES .both home In lawtey. Priced $3.0OO per A. w"h.'..rm.20 .. .
bon Half Moan Lake. Small Mobil Home. 'SIR. IB, frm. 21 .cr... 3-ce, garsg.-ML. Starling Rd. to sell at $2.SCO.
'7/10 of acre, no .Improvements '4IR. 1.. from, 'large 'lot. Lake. Butler.. Acres .wooded pines $22,000 and $24,000 with
1 'letter .. an.. State Rd. ROOMY 24' a W mobile home an beautiful one acr. lot: '31R. 2B, Stucco Fireplace 301 South. $ ACRES 'In the city of terms.

5H ... 10',* 20' screened porch, kitchen .." ", 21000. Terms. Large lot 2 mobile homes-Samptan. Lake Rd. Starko $12,500. Owner j -I Acre mobile Horn tot 4000.
Size Want t. Baby. Sit' "Beautiful, 4 '..2..,brick, apx. IDA-W. of lawt.,. terms available,. wit* 25% ''I
Nursery for ,. .,' cell far OVER HALF ACM LOT IN CITY whir nke 3 bedroom ''* I "r.m..I'., ,a. .la.ouloMg.ap 4% A.-Stem M.Newr down, balance at 10% Interest WE HAVE REAL OTHER ESTATE LISTINGS-CALL NEEDS. US FOR AllYOUR .

Legal details. bath ham. Many Ivtras. Orange :iI.. Cypress home 211,11; IOA.-OH Boyless Hwy. for 5. ,..... I .
I.71 acres... Old' lawtey Pool.'. 'P, 3BR, 2.. Brick-Country Club' area. I I CALL US AT*e4-B7M -ANYTIMI -DAY Oft NIOHTII

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White You W I H ..Rood 225 out weekf.r"i IMBtaV* mwrn fM ffjjffl 'ACREAGE :3 .bedroom. farm house, op-
of t...., 'several 1 Improvements .' 'pros. 10 acres of tr_. Lillian C.Pearson Vicki Powell I
and fruit Property; Management ServicesAppraisal .7 .c.... 2 trailer hook-up* Cro.hy'tsk.. Shores: .rok.r IS.on' 4 Associate j
IIIELfJfIDfILvfiD( 27500.
.lake lot Sampson Lake. Office
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Page ISA TELEGRAPII February 12.IW1 .. "

9 Rec. Department Wants All ,POST Coupons

i ;l lw Ile,1 A P61! Area residents can help the Starke' Starke Recreation Director: : Cherj

Recreation Department take advantage Godwin said she hopes to get"a set t
of a program offered by Post uneven ban for(the local Rec:,Depart'
cereals to get athletic equipment at ment's, gymnastics classes by collet<<
no dollar cost. ling enough of the coupons. *
I Post will accept trade-ins of
coupons on Post cereals as well as Plans are for coupon boxes to b
Log Cabin, Wonder Bread, Awake located in the area grocery stores an
fruit drink, and Orange Plus drink buyers can also help out by droppin,
r products towards the purchase of coupons for the products listed abov'
equipment for school fitness pro- by the Rec. Department (Old Armory
$: grama. ) or mailing them I in. .;

Tf + Softball MeetingsThe .;
( Nf Are This Month

organizational meetings for the the Women's session at 7 .jtind th
ro ,four Starke Recreation Departmentadult Men's at 8.
T Softball leagues are set for the
end of this month. Any persons planning to have a

On Monday, Feb.23, at the Old Armory send team in one of the four leagues must
the Women's Church league representative to the organizational

.meeting will be held at 7 p.m.and the blems'meeting. If you have any pro-
Men's Church attending' please contact the
meeting at 8 p.m. On Rec.
yA.a Wednesday night Feb. 25, the.Open the at 0644782before
1W Rf' .., } 4r'r: .M+ tN League meetings will be held with .

r : k ', ul

,,lp Dr. Lounette Eaton, B.S., D.C.
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Dr. Wayne C. Eaton D.C.
Creative Razz-Ma-Tazz... ,

I A little hailtime't'silvla)' wu performed recently- by'the Bradford Iligh varsity Taking part were tl-r): On top-- Sadie McDuffle. Gina Lane. Monica Green, Keystone Chiropractic Clinic
and junior varsity cheerleaders.Lined up all the way across the basketball Terrie Mathews Angel Folsom Donna Thornton. On bottom- Melissa Mayo, 7
court the cheerleaders passed pom-poms from the outside to the center of the Renee Wlmberly. Mashell Brown Doll Waters, Karen Chltty, Cathy Glll-
court. Ingham Khandlce Slroud. and Vickie Carver. '
At SR-21 North

I Knicks And Jazz Take Top PositionsBoth Keystone Phone Shops, 473-3604- Suite 5 ;

the 11.13 and 7-10 year old. Jackson, eight* and Leon Hamptontwo. Robert Bellamy poured in 38 pointsfor In 7.10 year old action the first- Hours- a.m.1 p.m. and 3 p.m. 6p.m. .
leagues are being led by narrow one the Hawks in their loss. place Knicks squeezed past the Sonics
game margins with the Jazz and In other action Chandler crammedin 32-28 as Willis Chandler and Pedro Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri.
Knicks leading their resepective Last week's action: 39 points and John David Francis Carter combined for 26 points to offsetan
groups in Starke Recreation Depart. In youth basketball last week three added 16 more as the Lakers crunched 18 point effort by the loser's Tim 9 a.m.-l p.m. Thursdays'''
ment youth basketball action. games in the 11-13 year old division the Celtics 65-38 and Tyson won a Lewis. Also the Rockets blasted the
Jazz has a 9.3 record just one duel with Nuggets 34-8 as Roy Shane Jackson Facilities
gamein were decided by one basket or less scoring Bellamy (35 points Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy
front of second place Lakers withan and one game in the 7-10 year old tq 33) to lead his Bullets to a 57-43 victory tossed in 16 points and Donnie Francis
8-4 record. That league finishesthe league had a spread of just four over the Hawks. added a dozen.
season Tuesday, Feb. 19. The points.In .
Bullets and Hawks are tied for third the older group the Jazz nipped
place with 7.5 records. the Lakers 59-58 despite a whopping
The Knicks' one game lead is over 44-point output by the losers Daren
the second place Rockets who stand Chandler as Levi! Simmons cashed in
with an 11-3 mark for the season so 30 points for the winners. Also, the .. WESTERN
far. Those teams paired off Wednes- Nets edged the Hawks 54-52 on the
day giving the Rockets a chance to tie strength of Dennis DeSue's 30 points BEEF BEEF
for first place.-The game took place and the Bullets got past the Celtics
after press time for the Telegraph. 48-46 as Timmy Tyson hit for 32.
Monday night the 7.10 year olds
played. The Rockets took the Nuggets
18-13 and the Knicks rolled 54-9 past Second
the Sonics. Top scorer for the
Rockets was Marvin Lane with 10 .
points followed by Roy Jackson with Ralf Effort...... YOUR SAVINGS HEADQUARTERS
six points. Mark Marshall led the "
scoring for the Nuggets with seven (from page 8A)

points followed by Tim Lewis with Twenty-seven fouls were called on
four and Clarence Williams with two. BHS, 16 on Clay, but the officiatinghad PREMIUM
Willis Chandler rung 13 field goals nothing to do with it. says Coach GRADE
for 26 points to the Knicks in scoring, Sexton. So many of the BHS fouls
followed by Pedra Carter with 14, came when players were out of posi- FRESH CUT CUT UP
Mark Marshal with six, and Ron tion, Sexton said. _
Zurpluh and Jamie Bowen, each with 49

four points.Tuesday. INS S $1314.42 2-BREAST 2-BACKS
night the 11.13 year olds Cloy High 20 II 1* 17 7$ +
played resulting in the Bullets beatingthe BHS- Thompklni -4-20.. Tankard 102.
Nets 43-41 the Hawks over the Haw I-3-8. Hihar 1-1-3. Marks 102.Wafkliw 2-THICHS '2-CILBETS FRYER S
Lakers 64-54. and the Jazz over the O-O-O.Carts 1-9-3.WPInktor. I-O-J. S
Celtics 5431. S.II 204.Dovl.l 102. Totali 17.'.2" 4wiNOS2DRUMSTICKS LB.
Timmy Tyson led the Bullets with Clay HighDanlali 1-0-2, William
25 points, followed by Barry Warren 3-0-ft. K. William 2.2.6. ',.,holk 1-S-7.
with 16 and Reggie Jackson with four. Carmr I-1-1, Hampton ....1., McDanlal
Dennis Desue was the top scorer for 10.2, Jackson 4-7-15 Crovor 2-J-4. U.S.D.A. CHOICE I U.S.D.A. CHOICE
the Nets with 25 points, followed by ollamy 4-5-13. Total 23-2I-7I. ,
Simon Mitchell with 12 and Ricky
Gainey and John David with two Live Oak63-BUS38 '

each. Suwannee's high flying Bulldog five MOUNDSTEAK 109 -
Robert the
Bellamy was top scorer
had to toe the line on walking with the 239LB.
for the night with 38 points for the basketball and shoving underneaththe
Hawksfollowed by Shaun Jackson
basket with Jacksonville officialsin
and Barry Boswell, each with 10
points. Valarie McCloud with two. the Bradford gym Friday night, LB. .
Feb. 7, but were in dangerof
never any
and Leon with four. Daren
losing to the hometown Tornadoes.The .r
Chandler was the lead scorer for the
Lakers with 24 followed Live Oak five ran its season CHOICE
points closely
record to 20-1( with only a loss to U.S.D.A. ,
John David Francis with 22
by points.
Buchholz marring perfect record.
Mechelle Slocam and Stanley Brown But the Bulldogs a were frustrated U.S.D.A. Choice Blade cut If'
each pulled in four points for the
Lakers. again and again as they were called SIRLOINSTEAK :
for walking with the basketball. Fast
lead Levi the Simmons scoring scored for the 22 Jazz points with to and quick, the Bulldogs wanted to run CHUCK

Barry Boswell making 14 and John with the basketball but were stopped 39ROAST
repeatedly by the referee's whistle. : :

Jazz.Alvin David James The Francis scoring made making was eight evened points 12 points.out for the for Tornadoes Had they might been have able stayed to shoot in the the LB. 21 9LB.

the Celtics with Stanley Brown makIng ballgame. But they were just as .
11. Ricky Gainey 10, Cecil frustrated with a l-for-25 shooting
performance from the field in the first f:
half plus their usual floor mistakes. U.S.D.A. CHOICE U.S.D.A. CHOICE :
Girl Scout Live Oak won the first three _am :
quarters. 10-4, 14-6, and 21.14 before
inserting substitutes who lost the GROUNDBEEF 9 GROUND.;.
Newsby fourth quarter 14-8 to BHS.It was justas WI

bad a beating as the 42-13 shellack- .. '
Carolyn Eaves ing the Tornadoes took Jan. 9 in Live
phone 9645812Friday Oak when Bradford stalled the LB.U.S.D.A. CHUCK.
basketball the entire first half tryingto
January 30 and Saturday get the Bulldogs to come out of
January 31, Laurie Mullins, Wanda their tight zone defense. U.S.D.A. CHOICE (Lean & Meaty) 1
Smith and I went, with other Friday night BHS ran a diamondand
Neighborhood Chairmen and Service one defense,a four man zone with STEW
Team Members from Gateway Coun- one man guarding Live Oak's Bruce 89
cil, to Sawgrass. We were there for a Perry man-to-man. Perry usually SPAKE'139
Field Conference, a Leadership scored in double figures but was held I
Weekend. For those of you who are to eight points Friday night by Emmett BEEF.LB.
not golfers. Sawgrass is at Ponte Watkins. *,
Vedra Beach, Florida, and is a resort BHS started the game with a strong -
community. We three fell in love with defense but simply couldn't get a ball PREMIUM USDA CHOICE
the villas where we stayed and could to sink. Shot after shot rimmed out. ..
have spent at least another week Live Oak was held down by fouls,
there. While there we earned a Cer- unable to get its running game going. CHUCK9 f J
tificate of Attendance for 10 hours of BHS threw the basketball away five GRADEs' 9 r
Instruction in Persuasion for Practical times in a.row, so that Live Oak, .
Purposes and Stress Manage- though repeated called for walking, Q i
ment, from Florida Junior College at led 24-10 at the half. : STEAK f
Jacksonville Dr.Edna Saffy.Mimi S. When the third quarter opened BUS LB.
Hull Barbara Walters and Sharon 'was unable to throw the ball inbounds .
Laird conducted the Seminar.We with Live Oak pressing. PREMIUM GRADE CENTER CUT l
With BHS its troubles the
having on
had and breakfast in the ,f
supper floor Live Oak led 59-30 after the thirdS '
villas and lunch Saturday was in the FRYERDRUMSTIC PORKCHOPS
main dinning room at the Golf Club. period. B9
.Ben Tankard, scoreless in the first f
Cookie order taking is but if
over half hit fk>f-7 shots from the field in .
left out be assured we
will have please the second half end lead BHS with 12 'LB.
extra cookies when they arrive. *
points as the Tornadoes managed to
Last 115 million boxes LB.
year get the ball inside the center and the
Girl Scout Cookies were eaten nation-
better that this '9-t Tankard rebounded! and put back i PREMIUM GRADE STYLE
wide.We hope to year. COUNTRY
several shots. Fisher, also.
up Kerry '

'Will Pre you achoolen eat your and share Kindergarteners baskets scoreless from In.the the first aide half in the hit second three Fryer 69 !' ;
Invited to the Bradford County
are I
half to end with eight Todd
points. 29l6
Library Saturday, 10 to 11 a.m. for a RIBS :
Valentine Party.All sorts of surprises Jackson seven points.2-for-le from. the field; had Thighs e. :
await you, such as pin the Heart on '' -
Tankard and Fisher'each had 9
Cupid. Cadette Troop No. 520 will be re- '
bounds Eddie Winkler, 7,and Isham
for this '
hostess party. '
Leaders and Assistants, remember :
ivl II
Neighborhood meeting Tuesday the 4 4 14 U M EASTGATE REGENCY (J I.
17th at 7:30 at the Methodist Church. u..o.rt.u11 aa I ,Operated By David & ,Susan Cook ,
junior skills are the special program ; \
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***is. A change of dates for theAnnual" .M..dT..iaid 5..I$ 14 325 HE 23rd Ave.
.. ..
have been Ws.I. CMM+ WI 1+1.IM Gainesvifc Florida 378-2040
Council Meeting .
__>.to*!.(. I Mta IM-M. ,
announced if you are a delegate ___II.T..d L : Across Kmart 23rd
lease make note of this. New date is e..... _......, Co a..._..... from on
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Maurice Edwards, Jr:9'Son Zach Charged In Pot OperationA

local father and son. both Schlesinger in Jacksonville on the Conspiracy to Import. Colombian warrants involve Benjamin Garcia against an Informer and added the dants on notice that we're' not going to
farmers were arrested Monday Feb. charges. They were released on a marijuana from last Oct.20 to Jan.,S. Alejandro LInero, Lydia Marazita following:"I want to put all the defen- tolerate it In this case, Morris said.
9, by federal drug agents on charges $5,000 signature bond. i Indictment in the case states Wood and a "John Doe" defendant Identified rCali
that involved a three-county pot ring. the financed, organized! and recruited only as"Jorge",all of Miami.
Federal ring, according to records, in- others into an organization that Edwards iill@1fiw@oo
drug enforcement agents volved Bradford Marion told the media he has a St. Qp 964-5890 (
,and Orange .
came to Starke and arrested J.M.Ed Counties. operated in the three counties. 122-acra farm that is undergoing
wards, Jr. and his son, Zachary Edwards Wood posted $35,000 bond after his reorganization in bankruptcy that has .
Agents arrested the
on charges of distributing man they say is ctairt been filed in I II.
the ringleader,D.Raymond H. appearance. Tallahassee; He asked
marijuana and providing a landing Wood 'Other defendants Included John Edward for court-appointed counsel. He SPECIAL "
strip on their farm on Edwards Loop 'Jack" Sasko, Michael Arthur\ pointed out mortgages against the
Road near here for the ring. Jr., an"Dcala dentist,along with nine, McKlnney, and Robert David property total$600,000. 9"
other persons in an indictment that Lawson all of Fort All tug Morris I. Sweetheart Cake
The Edwardses were arraigned was unsealed by Judge Schlesinger. McCoy. are Assistant U.S. Attorney Tom 'I
in lieu of bond. Other
before U.S. Magistrate Harvey E.. Char es involve taking nart in $30,000 ; pointed out threats had been madeOfficers'

I Reaction Good T FSP Decorated Cookies' & Cupcakes !

Stabbing, Rampage 141111 C.-c. ...-.c.-.c.--c. Ifl..-.c.-.c

A Florida State Prison inmate who tional officers Saturday,Feb.7. ttl*corridor: and on the wing. Records show only a few officers
was stabbed over the weekend re- Prison records show Cullen Davis !Dugger reported the sound of door- were in the corridor. Gilvin and
mains in critical condition at Shands was stabbed twice In the chest as be slUmming: is a signal to all other wingofficers Staley began pursuing them, bran-
Teaching Hospital in Gainesville. sat In the day room on his wing then to invoke emergency I Pro: dishing knives while shouting and
Two inmates have been charged by half-ran and half-stumbled down the c. ures. taunting the officers, according to (] prison officials that led to rampage of main corridor to the prison clinic. Main doors began clanging shut up Dugger. .
violence and threats against correc- "'!'here was blood everywhere" and down the corridor, according toElugger. Officers then ran to the grill gate
Assistant Superintendent Richard : .But not before Inmates Gary and the end of the corridor which
Are Dream Dugger said.Reports OilvTn and William Staley, both arm jed separates the open population area I i1V'
Girl/Boy show the first officer who with homemade knives, ran off. from the confinement area. Records '
spotted Davis slammed the main door Vrwing where Davis had been stabof -! show an officer in the confinementarea
Pageant Draws to the wing to keep Inmates out of opened the grill gate to let the of-
ficers in, trapping Davis and Gilpin
alone in the corridor.
38 ContestantsArea Dugger praised the correctional officers
odQ .
1 handling of a very dangerous Q d
boys and girls competed situation."It
before a large crowd in the National was really a good reaction on O
Guard Armory in Starke two weeks the officer's part,"Dugger said.
ago for the winning titles in the 1981 Reports show the two inmates ran
Dream Girl Pageant sponsored by the up and down the hallway breaking
Kiwanis Club.Thirtyeight. glass windows and shouting 1979 F350 (4X4)
contestants were judged -
on beauty, poise, personality, and Dugger reported both men cut their Lariat
in an interview with the judges. .+ hands on the broken glass. 8550
'* "We suspect they were slightly In-
Winners in each age division were:
Tiny Dream Boy: Tim Spears, 5, ebriated on "homemade buck (prison GVW (regular gas), 400 v-8, automatic -
w.t moonshine), said.
winner; Donald Robert Church 5 g t r Dugger
andJason p Records show the situation was trans. w/oil cooler tilt wheel
I first runner-up; Michael h all, 5, ,
" demons, 3, tied for second ended by Sgt. Clyde Bevins, who
: : and control dual
runner-up. entered the Corridor: with the two speed gas tanks, ,
Tiny Dream Girl: Tasha Grace, 5, : h'r armed inmates and convinced them dual batteries gauges sliding rear
winner; Kelly Carter,4,first runnerup to give up their weapons.An
; Tiffany Daugherty, 3, second ; Investigation is continuing into window, air-tinted glass, RUSty
t the circumstances of the incidents.
runnerup.Little Miss Dream Girl: Darlene Jones, ((4)) 12.00x16.5 RWL radial

I Sey first,runner-up 7, winner;;Candice Renee Thomas Staler,7,,second 10,- A, ..4a. tires w/ ((4)) alum. spoke wheels, on-

runnerup.Junior DAY To Meet ly 13,700 miles. 1981 replacement
Miss Dream Girl: Jeannie Feb. 12 Rec. Center
Hutchinson, 15,.winder: Robin Cook cost 515,000.
1 13, first runner-up; Lauretta Austin, ,;, .All members and their families of .. $3995
,_ 12, second .,.... ;vDisaWwt VeteralJlunI'Inrited to at::-r. S. I -w4y-..
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' --"lnnerfICeUj Sands,16,first runner DAV Chapter Mel Starke on Feb. 12 at
t. ,up; Charita Bowen, 17, second For these 14 youngsters dreams came tru"...they were winners in the. 1981, 7:30: p.m. at the Pratt Street Recrea- 1979 C1'O Chev.
\ runnerup.Darlene. Dream Girl Pageant. I tion Center on W.Pratt Street, next to
Sey,7,won the talent competition Winners (l-r) are: Front rowDonald Church Jim Spears Kelly Carter the Bradford County Jail.Martin. PICKUP
', by singing "How Much isThat Toiha Grace, Tiffany Daugherty. Second ro') -Candice Staler. Darlene. Seay. E.Kapellen L.W.B., 305 v-8, auto-
:.: Doggie in the Window?" Renee Thomas. Back rowRobin Cook Jennie Hutchinson, Loretta Austin.Carlta .. (Cmdr.) matic trans. power steering air
Judges for the event were Karen Bowen.Denise Luce Kelly Sands. ,
Brown of Gainesvile, Gary Weinsteinof I and tinted glass, AM/FM radio,
Gainesville and.Ruth Wheaton of
Maxville. I tape stripes, wsw tires, step
Guests of the pageant included the
Bradford County Strawberry Queen bumper, 25,000 miles well
Robin Stevens; Miss Baker County, February Sale maintained tn /*t' $
Cindy Dar bin; Miss Teen Macclenny, 0 1 Q K
Carver, and Newberry
Watermelon Queen Karen Brown,
Each of the queens. gave a short Reduction .
speech. Inventory<<+>> 1979 Ford courier

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New "fii- Used Tractors {;
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from the event will be used And I-arm EquipmentPlanters ..' : bumper, 24,000
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ford County Special Olympics pro "
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Refuses Talk to 'Grand Jury; ,, i" :
Bobby Bryan to '. :

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Mrs.Jane B. Mills including Peggy MacMillan of \ ; ., }
Keystone Heights and Donald Mac- Cited for Contempt Sent to Tallahassee Jail
Mrs. Jane B. Mills, age 83, of Millan of Orlando. ,
Starke, died Friday Feb. 6, at her Graveside funeral services were -
home following a sudden illness. held at 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 6, in the ordered Jailed by U.S. District Court i five-year federal sentence. simultaneously. Harper the ar>
Born in Prince Edward Island, Keystone Heights Cemetery with A Waldo businessman,the admitted, Lynn C. Higby for refusing to "He pled guilty in the smugglingcase peal Judge Higby's ruling to U.S.
Canada November 21, 1897, Mrs. Rev. Hubert White officiating.DeWitt backer of a Gainesville area marijuana testy Friday Feb. 7. before, a and agreed to testify to the graml Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals."I \
Mills had lived in the Starke area for C.Jones Funeral Home was in charge smuggling operation, was federal.grand jury in Tallahassee. Jury about his knowledge of drug felt and still do feel that certainof \
the last five years, moving here with of the 56 of smuggling," Assistant U.S. Attorney his Constitutional rights have not 1
arrangements.Mrs. Bobby Bryan, owner Bobby'sHideAWay
her husband, the late Earle C. Mills, in Waldo is being Lydia Kent said. "He has now refused been waived and that they do'apply in I
I I ITo lounge ,
1 Curd of Thanks I ordered him the situation," Harper said. He felt
from Duluth, Minn. She was a held in the Leon County jail on a to do that and the Judge
member of the First United Methodist .Florida S. BaldreeMrs. contempt-of-court charge until he to aU." the judge's order was an attempt to

Church and the Starke Senior Citizens Florida S. Baldree, age 88, my many friends,bow can I ever agrees to grand jury members ''After''18 months, we'll bring him coerce Bryan into testifying.
Club. died Tuesday morning In the Green find words to express my sincere investigating large-scale drug smug- back and let It happen to him again, Bryan pled guilty to conspiracy to
Survivors Include: her daughter, Cove Springs Geriatric Center follow- thanks and appreciation for all the ex- gling. when another grand jury is empaneled possess marijuana, but grand juries
Mrs.Marie Murphy of Starke; two ing a long illness. pressions of friendship, love and Bryan Is one of eight Gainesvillearea ," Kent said. were asking questions about Importation -
Gatheridge of Lan- Born In Highlands County, Fla., prayers for my recovery. The men who pleaded guilty two Robert Harper of Gainesville, of the substance, according to
caster, Minn.,and Mrs. Vlnv Pickardof Mrs. Baldree moved to this area in beautiful flowers, gifts, food and months ago for their roles )In a July Bryan's attorney, disagreed with the Harper. Harper reported his client
Charlottetown, Prince Edward 1836 from Avon Park. She was the cards were an inspiration. I am most I960 aborted smuggling attempt. Two federal prosecutor about Bryan not ':never agreed to testify about Importation -
Island, Canada; 1 grandchild; and 2 widow of Robert C. Baldree, was a grateful and I love you for your, other persons were found guilty in serving the contempt and federal as part of his guilty plea.
great grandchildren. member of the Gadara Baptist thoughtfulness and many kindnesses. jury trials. Bryan was due to be in- marijuana possession Incarcerations
Funeral services were held at 2 Church and former pianist, and a JeannetteKincald carcerated Wednesday, Feb. 4,' on a r- 1
p,m. Monday, Feb. 9 in the DeWitt C. member of the Clay County
Jones Chapel with Rev. David Homemaker's Club.
Landers officiating. Interment was in Survivors include: one daughter, cot
Riverside Memorial Park, Jackson- Mrs. Detha Hickey, Green Cove Springs SUPER SALE!
ville Fla. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Bobbie D. Baldree
; three sons, Due to conditions beyond our
Home in of and W. Baldree both of Lake COMPLETE WORK
was charge ar Dyal SUITS: '
rangements. Geneva, and Charles A. Baldree, Pants control, the Levi s Knit Shirt on

Theressa; a sister, Mrs. Carrie ShIrtS $1050 5:112.00: our February "Super Stars" Circular -

William Arthur Case McGiboney of Avon Park; and 16 ......-----.........-.......... I page one, is unavailable.,,
William Arthur Case, age 30, died grandchildren and 22 great I M to *
CHOOSECOLORPANTSDGREEN have replaced it with
grandchildren. D BLUE
Monday, Feb. 2, at the residence of
his father in Lawtey. Funeral services will be held at 3:00 swMroM4.owasi.nye SHIRTS L GREEN BLUE equal quality item, the Men's

Born in Bethesda, Maryland June pm.Thursday, (today) Feb. 12, in the PANTS lST -_LENGTH "Hands 0" Short Sleeve Knit
21, 1950( Mr. Case moved here in Gadara Baptist Church with Rev. SHIRT SIZESS' .ML Shirt
at 8.88. We apologize for
December from Maplewood, N.J. He Leamon Ward and Rev. John ?
Strickland Burial will be inconvenience.
correctional of- officiating. any
was ficer employed by the State a Prison; was a In the family plot in Gadara ''s u aoR Name ?__-__,_ ..,___,....., _

navy veteran of the Viet Nam War; Cemetery, with arrangements handled CMOI E CHOIC Address
and was of the Baptist faith. by DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home. / ../zi.------o---:: T
Survivors include: his father and
step-mother, Mrs. and Mrs. WilliamH. GRIFFIS UNIFORMS
Case of Lawtey; his mother, Mrs. Mrs. Charity GrimesMrs. famUycentaS
Sarah K. Whipple of Gales Ferry, Charity Grimes, age 73, of 1P64CASSATAV PH: 7867910j
Conn.; 2 sisters, June Green of Hart Brooker, died Saturday morning at j JACKSONVILLE. FL. 32205]
ford Conn., and Sarah Thomason of her home of an apparent heart attack.
Maplewood, N.J. Born in Georgia, Mrs. Grimes moved
Funeral services were held Thursday to Bradford County 27 years ago. On sale Thursday
Feb. 5, in the chapel of Church She is a member of Dedan Baptist ,
and Allen Funeral Home Norwich, Church. NEW IEAGLEI&iper Friday& Saturday!
Conn., with burial In Gales Ferry Survivors include: her husband, \m\UOW(
Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Willis Grimes, Brooker; one i lPRaCESf
Home was in charge of the local ar- daughter, Jeannie Quincey,
rangements.Mrs. Tallahassee; two sons Grady Hart,
Starke and H.T. Hart of Bellingham,
Ruby G. GlissonMrs. Wash.; one stepson, Floyd Farrish,
Ruby G. Glisson, age 87, diedin Worthington Springs; two sisters, Prices '
the Munroe Memorial Hospital in Mrs. Rachel Deaton and Lizzie

Ocala early Thursday morning, Dec.. Quinsey.both of Westgrean, Ga.; and
5, following an extended illness. five grandchildren.
Mrs. Glisson was born in Starke, Funeral services were held Monday
Jan. 27, 1894, and lived here until morning at 10 in the chapel of Archer for Save to1i1
moving to Ocala In 1975. Her husbandwas Funeral Home of Lake Butler with Bargains every budget up

the late John Glisson, and her Rev. Lacy Conway officiating. Burial
parents the late Elish Green and Nan- followed In Dedan Cemetery with Archer '
cy Wells Green. Mrs. Glisson was a Funeral Home of Lake Butler in '
homemaker and seamstress,and wasa charge of arrangements. : .
member of the Union Primitive '_ r.-- 1 -J ,
Baptist Church. 1 11
Survivors include: one daughter, Johnnie Allen Shadd 43offi
Mrs. Onie Alvarez; one son, Ernest Johnnie Allen Shadd, 71, of Mac- >
Green, both of Starke; one sister, clenny, died Saturday morning aftera ill
Mrs. Loca Lewis of Ocala; 7 grand- brief illness. :
children, 21 great-grandchildren, and Born in Columbia County, Mr. .p rArMR.CFFEE'
6 great-great-grandchildren; and Shadd had lived In Starke before moving
several nieces and nephews. to Macclenny in 1959. Mr. Shadd
Funeral services were conducted at was a mechanic, a member of the
2 p.m.,Saturday,Feb 7, in the Chapelof New River Congregational Methodist T t tI
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home.A.', .Church,.and a member of the F& AMLodge I '
with Rev. Roman Alvarez, pastor ot 122 of Sanderson. VL r dY''
the Pine Level Baptist Church, officiating -' Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. / k
Interment was in the family Mildred Norman Shadd, Macclenny; \t I
plot in Evergreen Cemetery near one daughter, Mrs. Barbara Cooper, _

Raiford. Macclenny; one son, John Allen EAGLE' ELDiEA0LrS _ "
Shadd, Macclenny; two brothers, =""LAR 24.88 1 .
Willard Robert Bell Lonnie Shadd and Elvin Shadd, both ." 1 ..
Mr. Willard Robert Bell, age 93, of Raiford; and 4 grandchildren. =Ice 21.88 '_ t FAMOUS MAKER
died in the North Florida Regional Funeral services were held Mondayat LESS .ASSORTMENT I
Hospital in Gainesville early Monday 2 p.m. in the New River Congrega- MR.COFFEl! 7 00 DELTA PAPER TOWELS MULTICOLOR WEs JEAN
morning, Feb. 9, after a long illness. tional Methodist Church with Rev. REBATE e ARE SUDQET PRICEDI ALUMINUM BAND CHAR SOLD ELSEWHERE FOR $22
Mr. Bell was born in Reading John Yarbrough officiating. Burial
Penn, Dec. 12,1887. He moved here 13 followed in Pine Grove Cemetery with voon1 I I988
years ago from Franklin, N.C., after Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butlerin 40 88 49 5.88 5.94
of COO T m.ker N
living in Cleveland, Ohio for several charge arrangements. w open
Mr. Bell retired in 1954 after AFTER REBATE DISCOUNT PRICE! WAS" DISCOUNT PRICE WAS..** DISCOUNT PRICE WAS Mf Wvi1oo11nal' D.uon/DCN..t.r/cot
teaching school for over 35 years,was Rtoh.rue-bodlsd flavor _faMIBuM4n Jumbo roll of 1251-ply *hat*. Rugged S*4x4 wepplng on Our bat-lllng atyla In bruihed and. d.with h.*....."'no. IOIId and IMInd-
Soft. abeorbent a budget Navy duty tubular aluminum Is prewaahed colton twill and other blend colors In
an Army veteran of WW I,and was a Marlon Leon Elder warmer pIete Mapa N awortad Fold for Stylish trims.' pocket treatment, torn Ir- W.w 38-41...a.;" .,,1 IIzH
hot,with 35 dtapoaaM tIIt_,.. priced tool WMta and bum to take It carrymo. -._.v_".........not endNIUIara
Men'. In al .
member of the Park of the Palms Marlon Leon Elder, 56, of Starke, aha 'Ior.
Church. died early Monday morning following I
Survivors Include: his wife, GraceE. a brief illness. Super Prices! Super Savings
Bell; two daughters, Ann Bell of Born in Alabama, Mr. Elder had
Keystone Heights, and Carolyn served in the U.S. Army, and then
Guarnere of Seattle, Washington; a enlisted In the U.S. Air Force. He wasemployed Iz or.d .
son, William E. Bell of Starke; a by Sperry Rand Corp. in # c
sister,Mary Minnich of State College Gainesville before his death. Mr.
Penn,; 8 grandchildren and 3 great- Elder was of the Latter Day Saints. 4 tp =
grandchildren.Funeral Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. e 1
services for Mr. Bell were Ruby Elder, Starke; two daughters,
held at 2:30: p.m., Wednesday, Mrs. Cindy McRae. Starke and Mrs. I1 r ,; jt1
February II, in the Park of the Palms Kathy Brothers Pennsylvania; four ILK'A
Chapel with interment in the family brothers, Emmitt Elder, Kingsley 0.
plot in Keystone Heights Cemetery.Mr. Lake, John D. Elder, Opp Ala.,
James Gilbert officiated. DeWittC. Eugene Elder, and Howard, both of I t
Jones Funeral Home was in chargeof Mobile; two sisters, Mrs. Alma
the arrangements.Miss Bracewell, Mobile, and Mrs. Hazel

Sarah L. MansfieldMiss grandchildren.Funeral services will be conductedat 1.44 1.74 1.47 1.77WAS 4.44 8.88 4.88 66COUR
Sarah L. Mansfield age 82,
2 p.m. Thursday, (today) at the JAr WAS j.H DISCOUNT PRICE WASiTOlva DISCOUNT PRICI WEREDJf. WEREJMWhood. : WEREJ7rSanLan
Heights,died in the Alachua;
Keystone Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral .
in Gainesville early your.. ear ON ttia Help ataura..t*drum :a..." wide anortad Halt. al a* growth far Textrallzad Back yoke w/nylon tipper front Men1 long-wearing
General Hospital Home in Starke with burial in STP OH ..,..-.19 a. due brake operation cotor, porypropyleo*. *P' 0.p Pooh/ 1 .... nylon, plackat collar. maah breather, man'. draw-airing bottom stretch nylon m .**..
Thursday morning following an ex- Kingsley Lake Cemetery, with Archie 8-XL. S.M.L.XL.. boys'a-XL. color. 1013.
tended illness. Tanner Funeral Home In charge of
Miss Mansfield moved to Keystonein arrangements. LONG SET. (
1965 from Columbus, Ga. She was WEARING

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Waimvright: Admits 'Serious Prison Problems. r t I .. ;i i, B-UVo-Tecti'-l J"i i' "I w *

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I More Money for Correctional; : ,.Officers is Top, Priority t f r ,'," Horticulture Students ;1//'

iI I i Citing Increased violence In state He indicated h...'second and third Wainwright reported there are .five years ago and he added he stilt
: prisons with a swelling inmate priority objectives would be increased more than 150 inmates on Death Row opposes it. Win Fairs
population coupled with federal court security staffing and diversionary, and another 631 serving minimum Sen. David McClain, R-Tampa, Big ,at
orders to reduce inmate populationand programs to help.reduce the swelling, mandatory 25-year sentences before agreed with Wainwright that making
a statewide SI percent turnover prison population. .being eligible for parole. an inmate serve 25 years in prison
rate among correctional officers, .Walnwright baa requested increase "Some of them need to stay! there before being eligible for a chance of Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center and best plants Bridal Veil and Ox
Department of Corrections Secretary ing staffing from 9,048 positions to for 25 years,but many of them do not, parole is totally contrary to every horticulture students won 31 first Tongue.
Louie Lee Wainwright, appealed to 10,916 next year and to,, 11,120 in in my opinion" Wainwright said. concept we've ever had in trying torehabilitate places, 28 second places and 16 third Barbara Rasnlck of Starke 1
the Legislature for additional funding 1982-93. Budgets are made up for aU,. "They need some hope of parole" people. places with plants shown at the first,3 second and best plant.Painted
Wednesday Feb. 4. state agencies on a two-year basis within a reasonable period of time. Wainwright testified he was con- Florida State Fair in Tampa, accor- Lady.
! Wainwright pointed out he opposedthe vinced that many criminals would not ding to Instructor Diane Westcott. Norma Coleman of StarkeI first
Wainwright appeared before the Wainwright is requesting the 25-year mandatory sentencinglaw return to crime after serving a The awards add to those from the 2 second and best plant Granny
I Senate Appropriations Subcommittee number of security officers be In- when it passed the Legislature reasonable 10-to-12 year sentence. Jacksonville Fair Oct 15-25 and the Ears.
I that is reviewing budgets for the entire creased from 3.876 to 4,501 by 1982-83, Alachua County Fair Oct. 27-Nov. 2. Rita Gulda of Starke- 1 first 3 se
criminal justice system. "We with 310 new correctional officers Jacksonville victories totaled 2 coed 1 third and best plant -
have some very serious difficulties in next year and 315 the following year. awards of merit, 31 first places, 4 se- Eucharist Lily
the Department of Corrections," The veteran head of DOC pointedout cond places and 2 third places. Hollis Osborne of Keystone 4
Walnwright said.! violence In state prisons, particularly -, fREE PIZZA Alachua Fair awards were Best in first 2 second.3 third and best plants
in the large maximum Show for both youth and adult Pony Tail Palm and Sanseveria.
He pointed out his top funding security Institutions has risen categories, 28 first places, 17 second Jane Kirchalne of Hampton-6 first,
priority for 1981-82 would be increased dramatically in recent ;years. Wain-, y One-Get One FREE places, 15 thirds places, and 3 fifth 3 second 2 third and best plant -
salaries and fringe benefits for cor- wright attributed the Increase in With This 'Coupon Eat In or Carry Out places. Miniature Rose.
rectional officers. violence to more people being Area residents are encouraged to
Starting is
salary sentenced to long prison terms for II Bradford Fay awisler of Lake Butler 13
Offer Good Thru' bring their plants to
now $10,314, less than other state law murder and armed robbery.One :' County Fair set April 14. The Horticulture first, 5 second, 1 third, 1 fourth, 1 fifth
enforcement officers, including: Feb. 18 198f and best
plants Jade and Cactus.
wildlife officers and way to reduce the violence according rja- Division is supervised by the
university cam- to Wainwright would be for horticulture class from the vo-tech Tammy Boree of Mlddleburg 6
pus police. the Legislature to reduce the man- Center. first, 1 second, 1 third. 1 fourth and
"We're 32nd in the United States in
funding correctional officers," Wainwright datory 25-year sentence on convicted \\1aflt Plants are judged on their merits best plant Lemon. Vine.
said. murderers sentenced to life in prisonto and not against other plants, Mrs. Linda Bedell of Keystone-5 first,3
10 to 12.years. Westcott says. The judges are fur- second, 3 thirds and best plant -
nished by the horticulture unit at Crown of Thorns.
301 S. Starke Union Correctional Insitution. Kim Dowling of Starke-4 first and
_.p F.m..V.. 9646877DAILY The individual awards for horticulture best plant-Dieffenbachia.Tim .
,UCI Inmate Escapes class members at the three Pallllo of Starke Best in
SPECIALS 2.25 fair are: Show Youth-2 first and best plant
...............LUNCHEON ......... Ken McKenzie of Penney Farms Elkhorn fern.
Best In Show Adult 2 first 2 second,5 Cary Burrell of Starke Award of
Without a TraceA TINY PIZZA"99""Anytime third and best plant Staghorn Fern. Merit 4 first, best plant Devil's
Nancy Macaulay of Keystone- 12 Ivy.
first,7 second, 4 third 1 fourth,1 fifth

Union Correctional Institution In- perimeter fence did not turn up any
mate escaped from Florida's oldest footprints cuts in the fence or other
and largest maximumsecurityprison Indication that he had climbed the tri
Sunday, Feb. 8. ple layered fence. Tracking dogs
Prioon' records state a Miami were used according to the
?.... ,I a h ]ire sentence for spokesman, but could) not pick up a ( )
the macnme-gun slaying of a fellow scent. A search of a 70-acre fenced '
dealer escaped from UCI disguised in compound also turned up nothing.A o v _
either civilian or officer's clothes, according prison official described 0 t .. o
to the Department. of Correc- Chandler as a low profile type inmate. 1 tf
tions spokesman. The spokesman added he just did his
The day of the escape was visiting job and got along. Officials never got
day at the prison. UCI officials any complaints from him, no problems
speculate that inmate Ronald no disciplinary reports according ttO
Chandler :37,walked out the gate.Records to the spokesman.A t
at the prison show search of his cell revealed
Chandler did not have a visitor Chandler had less than the usual I
although a woman from Jacksonvillehas amount of personal belongings, 0
visited him frequently. Her name leading officials to report that he was .,
was not released by prison officials. ready to go.Chandler. .
The DOC spokesman stated was convicted in 1973
Chandler was last seen by an officerat along with four other men, in the
10 a.m. in the recreation department murder of Stanley Harvey Harris, a
where he worked checking outboard member of a drug-smuggling gang
games and sporting equipment.The who had fallen out of favor. Harris 0 t'0 '.
spokesman indicated Chandlerwas body was found Feb. 14,1974 In his car S '
not missed until the master count outside a Miami bar. He had been a .
was taken at 8 p.m. shot 23 times with at least three dif- o o 7;
Records show a search 'of the ferent weapons. t

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SB February 12, UI81 .

Edward Brown 63 of Starke was was estimated at $000.
not Injured but damage to the 1980 Stealing 6 Steaks Woman ArrestedFor The car was traveling west on

News Briefs Oldsmobile sedan ha was driving was Gets Pair Arrested ShopliftingA CRr229 when Boyette accidentally
.S...... estimated at $500. pressed the windshield washer while
Two Gainesville men were arrestedon Starke woman was arrested for the and the wind
The Oldsmobile was legally parked. turning! on wipers
charges at ptggly Wiggly of blue tennis
shoplifting shoplifting a pair Iced obscuring Bayette'svision.
The Ford was trying to park and, ., shield over
FSP Inmate Dies In Starke at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, sneake' from' Food Fair on South Unable to the roadway the
equipment was parked for the night, struck the other car in the right side see
Walnut Street In Starke at 10:15 a.m.
In His Cell heard the engines being cranked up, according to the Starke Police Feb. S. driver steered too far to the left and
Lt. M.L. Sibley Angelo Sunday Feb. 8.
driven off the end of a
but it the Cardins. the car was
A Florida' State Prison inmate diedin The thought case is under was the investigationof Department.Patrolman Eaton G. Mosher did not Williams Webb, 32, and David J. Capt. W.S. Rhoden arrested Grace culvert Into a drainage ditch on the
his cell confinement Williams 19, both of Gainesville on a Carter, 22, of Starke, on the charge of CR-223 according to the
on S-wing, a Deputy Sheriff John F. Dempsey. issue citation after investigating the Cl merchandise and south side ,
shoplifting six steaks from and recovered the
area, of a diabetic attack at 7:50 a.m, mishap. charge Florida Highway Patrol.
Thursday, Feb. 5. the super market.rAccident returned it to the store, according to Trooper W.M Abrams did not Issuea

Onello Ruiz Sanchez, 41, according Woman ArrestedFor the Starke Police Department. citation after investigating the

to prison reports, ate breakfast, but Pot PossessionA Collision LeadsTo LeadsTo mishap. '
when a medical technician arrived at i
his cell to administer insulin, the in- Lawtey woman was arrested on DWI ChargeA DWI Charge Icy Windshield

mate was already in a coma. charges of felony possession of marijuana Starke man was charged with An East Palatka man was charged Leads Wreck
An autopsy was performed at and DWI after being stopped bya DWI and violation of rightofwayafter Iced
DWI and driving with a A windshield washer over
with suspended
Monroe Medical Center in Officer US-301 at his struck truck US-301 k'
Regional Lawtey Police on car a on into
strucka crash
drivers license after his ear causing a Lawtey man to a
Ocala by Dr. Gertrude Warner before 7:28 p.m. Friday, Feb. 6. at CR-16 at 4:28 p.m. Friday, Feb. 6. truck on SR-100 4.5 miles west of culvert on CR-J2S, 1.5 miles west of
the body was sent to his family in New Lt. Sonny Jackson arrested Vickie Cornelious Bass 51, of Starke was Feb.
Starke at 3:50 Monday Feb. 9. Lawtey at 7:45 a.m.Thursday, 5.
York, according to prison officials. Crews Thornton, 20, of Lawtey after not injured but damage to the 1974 p.m. Otis Jasper Boyette, 51. of Lawteywas ,In old restaurant lingo'
The inmate was serving two con- she was stopped for a traffic violation Pontiac sedan he was driving was the 'Ev. with the lid on'was
Douglas Lavon Robinson 48 of not injured but damage to
secutive life sentences, with 50 years according to the Lawtey Police estimated at $1,700. he a piece'of apple pit.
East Palatka was not injured but 1976 Chevrolet! sedan was drivingWATERS.
mandatory for murder in Dade Coun-
Department. \
ty. He was sentenced in 1977 and Thornton was arraigned before Elbert Eugene Mersey, 36, of Starke damage to the 1974 Pontiac sedan he

started serving his term last year. Bradford County Judge Elzle: S. was not injured but damage to the was driving was estimated at $500. '

Sanders who set bond in the case at 1975 Ford truck he was driving was BULLDOZING
$1,050 on the felony charge and$318 on estimated at 2500. Larry Gene Byrd 33, of Lake City .

Heavy Equipment the misdemeanor charge.She is being The truck was traveling south on was not injured; but damage to the Wilbur Waters
Stolen from CardinsAn held in the Bradford County Jail in US-301 in the inside lane. The Pontiac 1978 Mercedes truck he was driving Owner

Starke in lieu of the bond. turned from tile outside lane, traveling ,, was estimated at $1,000. I "CaLl ..a for free epCimote"

extensive investigation is being north on US-30lln the inside lane. ..
conducted by the Bradford County The Pontiac turned from the outside The Pontiac ran into the end of the Specializing.'"

Sheriff's Department into the theft of Parking Proves lane, traveling north on US-301 across truck which stopped for a flagman fora
Land Clearing
four pieces of heavy equipment MoveA the intersection into the path of the roadway painting crew, according Private Roads Built

reported stolen Saturday Feb. 7, Difficult truck, according to the Starke Police .to the Florida Highway Patrol. Ponds Built Foundation work

from Cardin Brothers Septic Tanks, car was legally parked and was Department. Trooper T.C. Pace Cited Robinson Land FillDiscing excavating Back Hoe
US-301 about a mile south of Starke. struck by another car at the Dairy for DWI and driving with a suspended .
Records show an $18,000 low-boy Queen parking lot US-301 north in Patrolman A.B. Sharp cited Basson drivers license. on Tracks

trailer, a backhoe, a bulldozer, and a Starke, at 12:15: p.m. Friday, Feb. 6. the DWI and violation of right-of- 964-6941 1 Yd. BucketetCHUCK'S

semi-tractor were pilfered. Total Marion Leon Elder, 46, of Starke way charges.

value of the items stolen were not was not injured but damage to the ..I
available as this paper went to press.A 1979 Ford sedan he was driving was
lady who lives near where the estimated at $275. AUTO REPAIR

Bull DOzier operator'J.D.
Repair service

I Union County AdsHELP I 750Experienced Only I & Domestic Heating Carburator- cooling Overhaul

Brakes Shocks Air conditioning

WANTED PERSONAL FOR SALEFIItEWOOD FOR SALE Cetrdln Bro- Exnaust system 'Automatic Trans.

SERVICES I : Electrical System Clutch service
13 964-6750
work done by Chuck Rlgby certified MechanicCall
at Horn. Webster. CUSTOM MADE pick-up truckload for oek foot 9.8 hp Mercury .
America' foremost dictionary DRAPIRIEStFreeestimates. $40 a pick-,'. truckload for trailer, gas can, battery, 964-6052 for appointmentFOR

company needs $ Local pine. Tree service and yard trolling motor, all in n.w
home workers to update work. Call Thomas Nettles'
condition. Make off./ ,.
distributors for
local mailing 11.,.. All wa.habnationally/ completely ..".3731 ...ytlm.. TFN Phone 496-3625 aft.r 6p.m.

agei, experience un. advertised Gard..". I/IS. Itpd 2/12. .
16-845-5670.. Ext. 1590. Draperies. SAW Enter C-IOt Body rough. excellent AAA I Sfarke Ads *
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160 S. Lake Av.., Lak. REPOSSESSED SPRING CLEANING SALE 3/2 wI 15 acres. Providence31V RID .FSMALB COCKER LIMEROCKi 20 yd. semi ,
Butler. 496-3978. Complete/ HOMES und.r federal law Sears plug In lake Butler. SPANIEL olIO: free part loads only. ALLEN E. ASSUME PAYMENTS 1980 .1t77 T I2A' Standard BILL'S/ SAW SHOP Complete/
'Insurance, S.rvlc. TFN In Florida. Calif, Arizona $23 black motorcycl. 4/1 Vi near Raiford. beagle' and cocker spaniel, TAYLOR. Lawtey. Phone Sensor touch microwave tran. M In- sharpening service, circular / .
and Nationwide. $1 plus' helmet $20 2 skateboards 3/2 w/pool A acreage. 6 months old male. 782-3172. 12/4 tfchg. oven has leveral power t... I t C nity hand carbide,
repairs. Details $2, $10 each roof carrl.r bars 3/1 / CHA Reduced. 964-7138. Itchg 2/12. USED NEWSPAPER settings, defrost cycle/ StateVSanK efMfarke chain mower blade tlell-
Homestead P.O. Box $3. Schwlnn Io..peec26"/ 3/2 Lake view. FEEDER PIGS Yorkshire. ALUMINUM PLATES 24 x meat probe. large size./ 964-7830.:! 12/11 tfn. ground and balanced.
5741-T57, Yuma AZ mens bike needs a tub. 3/1 brick, owner financed. $10.00 each. Coll 964-6328. 36" 23 each. Bradford Full factory warranty. Left 1977 FORD I.ISO VAN LWB; leave at Jackson Building
UNION. COUNTY 85364." Itpd 2/12. $25. Phone 431-1114 after Acreage 51080.520 ocr. Itchg 212.NURSERY County Telegraph, In lay-a-way. Assume AT; PS; A/C; PB. Cruise: 'Supply In Slarke, Keystone
Residential p.m. for more Information. Notary service STOCK Shade and 964 63)5. tfn payments of $19.00 per AM/FM 8-trock; 29.000 Heights or lake Butler./
.Acreage LOSTFOUNDLOST TFN 2/5. flowering trees; TRUCK TOPPERS $1tf. IN. month. White Sawing and miles. Asking $3949.00. TFchg

Commercial isis HONDA 550 Ks 6.0CO After Hours evergreens: hedge plants; STALLEDI! Has full vision/ Appliance Center, 3327 Must sell. Make an offer. ALCOHOLICS ANONY..
Call: miles luggage rack windshield door and opening side win S.W. Archer Rood Archer MOUS
ALBINO I.>IR.RETiStrayed John Langford Jr. azaleas, 18" -- 24" gal Call 964.8092 or 964-5952
Square Plaza Gainesville,
venera BrownRealtor.ASSOClate and back rest. dows. One Phone 964.51480,961.7619.
cans $1.50each: : camellias year ask for David. 2/5 tfn.
from Lot 16 Realtor Associate
phon.376466.2121tchgCOLO. .... ... ....
1100. Charles Thomas Beasley Bargains.h.473.4S2letlnCtig TFchg -
bud 197 FORD PICKUP :
Powell Mobil. Home 4,eM14"t In and bloom; palms; TRUCK I ."
TVi Console model. r I
4962955. 2tpd 2/3 2/12. 'I 1/1ierrRR IMOOlllMO' BUlLDINO.PAIHSi .
fruit" < 6
496-3022 nec St9ndar1ctjsmission.
Village.' Tame pet; :won'tbite 17* fIORD COURIER, low ":" '. ... 1 ,"<" f .Wrlne/'pefsfnSnWrl trees-JtgeocM 'pear?.I .*"**or SALRI Under warranty. Pay off cyft. boast eendltlon. new New;.'kitchens'\ ., .
Tiffin and Owens inc. Contact JoeBenefieldLot mileage. extra clean. plum. apple flg-blueberry Firewood, $5 /t cord, you balance due $181.00 cash tires $2200. Call 964-8050 baths, family rooms. Brick

Realtors 2/12. 16. Itpd $2.500, call 496-3623 after plants; citrus;.. hanging load. Custom cutting. or assume payment$18.10 days or 964.6771 nights. block concrete. Fireplace
Riverfront & River access 6p.m. Itpd 2/12. CLASSIFIED AD ; baskets and potted house lumber. Phone 4682624. 7 per month. Also 1980 2/5 21pd 2/12. specialists. Crlllls Con.

lots. FOR RENT WASHER $12Sdryer 'I()(), D.adlln. for Insertion plants. Get these now. ml. South of Starke on Eastside models $23 month trade-In/ 1978 CHEVY WINDOW VANi struction. Phone 473-2108

Homesite lots Early American sofa $150, TUESDAY NOON O.C. CARNES NURSERY. 23 of 301 across from'Shady accepted. White Sewing 20-Serles, 8 passenger; fully or 4732578. TFchg
with home 1 and 2 BR CLEAN MOBILE end tabl. preceding Thursday before Oak Trailer Park. and Appliance Center SEWING MACHINES
4.7 Acres coff. and two mi. SE of Stark. on Hwy equipped; front bucket
slab and other Improvements HOMES unfurnished or $75, stove $75, wood publication. 100 at Florahome. Phone 1/29 tfn. 3527 S.W. Archer load Archer seats; new over-slied REPAIRED, All makes
off C238 newly furnished In nice dinette set $100 color TV Minimum charge $J.5O. 6592165. Closed/ ) on Mon. I97S VIP BASSBOATt 16 ft.. Square Plaza tires. Perfect condition.All cleaned, .oiled and ad-
Hog Farmplfferent private park. 135160. $125. doubl. bed $50, (Covers 15 Words). day. 2/12 tfnchg. 85 hp. John.on power TaT; Gainesville/ / phone highway miles; regulargas lusted. $19. Workguaranteed.

sized Acreage: Basketball court and refrigerator $73, solid oak Each word over 15 LIMOUSINE/ BULL 4 years Drive-on/ trailer low hourson 376-4466. / Khg ; good mileage. Owner James

6 acre lot In town playground coming. Th. bedroom iulte-3 months Is 10 cents old bred. Registered. motor. Asking driven. 9O4-475-2563. Strickland, corner Morgan
Mobile home & 3 Pin. SR 121 at W. Sth old.S OO or best offer, Not responsible for ..rrorewh.n I Ready pure for breeding. Call $3949.00. Must sell Make CARS ATRUCKS $5295.00. Itchg 2/12. Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg

acres In town Phone 496-3299 Bassett dining room suite given over the phoneor 964-6678. Itpd 2/12. offer. Call 964-8O92 or 1973 BUICK CENTURION BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK
26 acre lovely 30-11: a.m. Office No. 19. $1,500 or best offer apt. when copy Is not typed POOL TABLE Full site with 9645952. ask for David. loaded. PW/PS/PB and SERVICE/ Pump-outs.

homesite J 4tchg BEDROOM 2/122/19 2/26 3/5. sire washer-dryer' $225.: and brought to the office. accessories. One year old. 2/5. tfn.WHITE '76 DATSUN station wagon. power seats. AM radio. Extra Residential commercialand
I 12bathiMoblle FIllYl Green broke. Indu'rlaFully/ licens
752-7961 Itpd clean. $895. Call
sell. $300.00
Moving must 4-speed, air. $2695.00.
and farmland.
home for rent 2/12. best offer. Three) years old. 9647188. Itchg 2/12. ed. Phon. 964-8121. TFchg
or 964-8699. ADAMS AUTO SALES.
tfn In
lake Butler. $180 a Quarterhorse bloodline MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Factory
212.BRAIIMA 1979 FORD '-100: Truck -
Itpd 473-4470
month. 4962595. Itchq ADVERTISE NOW/ I BULLs Very Qeftt6 /..' Good disposition/ $750.00 2/121tchg.Keystone) Hats. loaded. Take over trained mechanics.
will trade for
or western payments. Call 964-8014. US-301 South 9646020.
hrs. Merrill Grlffls, 77. PLYMOUTH ARROW
9646767. Itchg 2/12. saddle. Call 9645078. 2/5 Auto trans., air. $3195.00. Itchg 2/12. 5/29 TFchg S.BOOKKEEPING.

Furniture a TWO WALKER HOUNDS Call condition. $375.00 Call years experience In all.
Appliances.Plumb 473-4470
I Keystone Area Ads .1. fixtures and pipes. after 5 p.m; 964-6913 or 2/121tchg.Keystone Hats. 9648338. Itpd 2/12. phases Including taxes and
')64.7022.8 3 forms.
a.m. to ,
BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 p.m. 'SURPLUS JEEPi Value $3196. 71 MERCURY Small V-8, government
2/5 2tchg 212. 473-7079 after S P.M. 7/3
South 9646679. 2/5 Sold for $44. Call automatic; A/C; radio.
FOR PARTS Two VW vans. tfchg
UTURAi one of Singer'sfinest 312-742-1143. Ext. 705 for Current Inspection sticker.Runs .
Call after 6 964-8369. .
p.m. good and clean. Asking
models. Does It all Info on how to purchase .
PERSONAL WANTEDCASH FOR SALE FOR RENT without attachments.Repoisessed. 2/5 2tchg 2/12. bargains like thlsl 4tpd $550. Call 964-8503
SERVICESWANT Originallysold 2/26 3/12, 3/26. after pm. Itchg 2/12.
FOR GOLD, sterling, LAKE LOT on sand bottomed 1 BR FURNISHED lake cot for over $50O. Pay off choice. 30 to 50 Ibs. $25 to PINTO: 1972 CHIVY LUVi Sun-roof/; VI C0VEWI'.I"4lROOM :
77 Auto. trans..
TO BUY used lewelry diamonds coins. lake In Hillcrest. $800 tag. $225 per month. i I balance due $148.60 cash $30. Call 473-2389. 2/12 AM/FM 8-track stereo; big .

typewriters and adding Will visit. your home down $146.44 per month. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY! or payments of $12.90 per 21pd 2119. power miles. steering$2750. ADAMS 22,000 tires and wheels; new ,The Recovery Room ot
anywhere. 3765235. Mr. REALTOR valve/ lob: tool box. In.
machines. Must be In Phon. 473-4058 or month. White Sewing and ,lake City local Dist.
Rittman. Phone collect 4734961tfnchg I Call 782-3673. Itchg 2/12. AUTO SALES. 473-4470. spected.: Make Offer. Call
working condition. 473-4367 alter 6 p.m. Appliance Center, 3527 2/12 Archie Tanner Funeral
Keystone Hg? Itchg.
9645764. tIn 2/12. tfnchg 2/5 tfnchGI/I 1/1 S.W. Archer Road Archer SIMMONS MATTRESS and 533.2066 after 6 p.m. tfn Home

CARPENTER WORKS WI BUY used furniture appliances LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- 1BR FURNISHED COTTAGE Square Plaz Gainesville box springs, $50; bed | IO&4-37S7 I S........ Fl. _
Remodeling work, kitchen. / and aluminum Keyston. Heights owner on lake Swan. $200 per phone 376-4466.2/12 Itchg frames from SIC; queen LANDCLEARING *
cabinets and trimcarpenter. truck toppers. Phone financed 10 percent Interett. month. 4732241. 4tchj WHIRLPOOL WASHtR. $135; headboard $20;; daybed, (D-6)) ,WI BUY GOLD Cash on the

Reasonable/ 473-4531. tfnchg 10/16 Lots on clear sand TRAILERS FOR RENT Price dryer $100; 14 cubic foot $25. Beasley Bargains 'FILL spot. Willloms Jewelry.
PIANO TEACHER NEEDED lor bottomed ,lake. priced to start at $140. Furnlshe' < refrigerator $120 473.4521. Itchg 2/12 DIRT 100 E. Call St. 9647064.
Call Ed at
prices. Dempsey :
beginning child and continuing sell from 9900.' One to and unfurnished. Lak 10/16 tfnchg. '
I/1 < freezer, $125. I
473 2477. tfnchg Beasley
ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS adult. 4733465. Itpd five acres overlooking Geneva Trailer Park, Bargains, 4734521. Itchg Classified Ads 473-4781 ROAD GRADINGCV11L .CASH FOR GOLDi sterling
Closed meetings Monday 8 2/12 (access available/ ) with Phone 473-2879. tfnchg 2/12 .afterepm coins. A-Z Pawn Shop 144
Fri. FURNISHED 3BR nice trees from $3,500 l4Wx40 OFFICE In front of W.Call St. Phone 964-8348.
p.m. Open meetings HOUSE/APT. In Keystone $500 down, $50 a month.Commercial new poet office. Phone Work For Yoa.... 11/13 tfnchg.
8 Monday :
day CHESTS FOR $M chIld'sdesk I
p.m. >
area available May I for GP CHAIN LINK FENCE Install/
frontageInvestment -* 473-2014. 4tchg 1/29.2/191)
8 p.m. Alaleen Monday 7, 6-month lease. Option for opportunity. MOBILE/ HOME ON LAKE $30: couch. $25; I ed. Free ..IIma.... Han-
p.m. All/ meetings/ three more months. Will > dinette.' $45; dresser. $35; WAR dyMan Fence Co.
SR-21N. Owner-salesman. GENEVA.3BR 2BA$175 p.J j 964-8559.
Educational Community "
Building coffee table, $35 .
Church. tfnchg I/I consider' large 25*. Air 4734375. tfnchg 2/5 month. Water and garbage: bookcase, $8. ltelici TFpd.6/BI.
PRESSURE CLEANING PAIN. Force officer retiring needs AKC DOIBRMANS-Top pick up Included. First and Beasley TYPEWRITER REPAIRi Call
Bargains, 473-4521.: Itchg
TING and wallpapering.Phone temporary housing' while quality only. You or. Invited last month plus SlOq 2/12 r') the Office Shop 110 W.
473-2477. I/I building. Contact Col. to visit our kennels. deposit. Call 473-2383J 1 \i: Call St., Starke,tor details,
tfnchg Rothwoli, 384-5458. 2tchg 4751228. I 1 i -. :: 964-9764. tfn.DIVORCIi .


4751513. tfnchg 5/21 tfnchg 2/5 1 ; DONALD E. NELSON : yourself. Call lake City
CARPENTRY WORK-build patios, ,bench and lamp. Excellent I ;;; Mobile welding service X' BUYING SILVER COINS and
BINGO-AMERICAN/ LEGION/ condition. 473-2676 after 2 Sterling.
fireplaces/ additions Removal Phone 964-8327 .. 4 Paying top
remodeling homes and HALL SR-ai Sat. 7 p.m.. p.m. 1 Itchg 2/12 market price. Betty'
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Sunday 2.5 Public Invited Books, Keystone
tile/ work. Free estimates.Phone .. p.m. AKC IRISH SITTER PUPS 6 I .. Hgts.
2/5/81 Trimming "
tfnchg sKiooe.SB 73.4371.2/12..1pd 3/12.
473-4473 during wks old. $75.00 each.
day. tfnchg 2/5 Call 473-4006. After :6 .
RAZORS and Saturday Feb. 13 and 14.9 Free Estimates 23sMl Are. TINOi Repairs, remodeling : "
NO MOil until 7 Bar and stools p.m. call 6592111. Itchg ,
/ a m. .' Stark greenhouses. Will
it's tweezers.Inexpensive.Try Hair sewing machine. '/ HP 2/12. 473-4732 &*"* Feb. 14 cV: 15 at Baker Co. .work by contract or hour; I
and tank. Datsura Call 9648813.
pump After 5 1/29 4tpd
removed permanently by a p.m. '
and Toyota part 511 East Classified Electric a Om Welding 2/19. .
Agricultural Center
registered Electrologlst./ Lakeview Drive. Follow Deadline Keystone Heights ; It WIU CRACK PECANS for"

Call. for Amy's free Electrolysis.demonstration. / signs. Itchg 2/12 Tuesday _ _ _ _ _ _ In'Placdennt' you: $.12 per lb. Also have
Noon firewood for
sale. Call
490 Lawrence Blvd./ .
G 964-9550. 2/12 2tpd 2///..
4737033. tfnchg ;
Keystone. SaL9a.m-6p.m.
1/8 HELP JLcon9s Plumbing Service WOULD LIKE TO BABYITi/In

BABYSITTING Keystone/ area IN MY, eveningsand HOME- -. S VICES WANTEDIMMEDIATE City Read [Z2S] Sun.' 9.. 'a.m 4:30 p.m' my Saturday home anytime Monday, day thru or

night. Have of
G one
weekends. 1
-IM 473-4340: POSITION 964-5523 1CO admission own. 2 ,,.. old. Vary
4tchg 1/22-2/12 <>
7WI or AVAILABLE for part-time d.p.ndabhave/ nice

CARS & ; XI1 | 473-4252 hours onitdq.each Approximately week even-14 Repairs A specialty Many items used in < clean 964-9849.surroundings.I Itchg 2/12. Call

TRUCKS19SS Repairs* Of Major 'Ings. Applicants must be Remodeling & New Construction ANTIQUE RESTORATIONl

mature responsible and 24 Hour BATTLE furniture refinishing and
Electric AppliancesServing service OF OLUSTEE;
neat. References required. repair. Quality custom fur.
THUNDERBAp-good Bradford S Clay Send resume) to Keystone)' 'Senior Citizen DiscountLeon -' nlture and hardwoods forsale.

condition.473-2210 If Interested days. Counties Heights Animal Hospital.. T. Odom. jr. .owner will be displayed j .. Hunter Enterprises.

phone 1/22 Lawrence Blvd.' ;. ,Keystone' Rt. 2 Box 109. KH. 2tchg Brooker./ 489-1349 collect,
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MOBILE HOMESi Why NURSING HOMI need full- PLANT redecorated land 2 and tire. Will pick up. hp V-hull. Vinyl top and
pay tlm. LPN or RN nurse for OPERATOR Immediate bedroom apartments.With OLIN'S MOBILE HOME deluxe
mar.? Buy direct from the many
factory and 4-12 thill. Call 964-6330. opening for a Close "C" garden plot. $110 $123 SALES 9645606. Open 7 Just Ilk. n.wl! Call eruJilJeJa-r
.av. Largo 10/9 tnchg monthly. Pr.f.r refined days a week. TFchg
.selection of 12', I 14' and W GOOD PAY ,working from Treatment assist Plant In Operatorto the people,, nondrinkers WANTED Used tools, both 12 Goin.svlll.376.3619.PT. LONESTAR TFN. :1
double wid..:
Purchaie a home proceulng mall for maintenance of wot.r and mechanics and carpenter
mobile horn.)n the monthof ..... No experience required was lease. Call Phone 964-8331 or ALUMINUM Jon-loot. 7.5 A
water treatmentplants.
;January and w. will fart of full tlm. Located na Stat. 377.829'1. 1/29 3tchg 2/12. 4681551. 9/11 tnchg hp outboard and Mlnlkota '.. :JCICIUA /
help In your monthly coat Start Immediately. For Information Hospital Facility near Mac FURNISHED HOUSE 2 BR 2 WANTED Mobil. Homo Axle 460/ electric meter. Traitorwith PHONE 964-7776
by paying to you $50.00 per and application, clenny midway between BA on Crystal Lak. No *. Paying the b... price good rubber end TEIWILI GAR 205 N. Temple Starke 1
month for 12 consecutive send tamped, self- Jacksonville and Lok.City. peti. Crib baby accepted. for good condition axle lights S4SO. FIRM. C.II ?l", l,"j
monthi. Hurry and com addressed .nv.lop. to: Generous Stat.) Car..r $225 month. Call 473-3581. 964-8331.9/11 tnchgMISCELLANEOUS Gus S3J-2268 er 5>>-2052. * |*
by for more detail COM Colfax Publications, Box S.rvlc. benefit Include Itthg 2/12. 2/12 atchg 2I9.Motorcycle. Remember fill our buyers' need's-we
1135 Newberry FL 32669. MOBILE HOME! 10 X 60. Coll
paid holiday
SALES. US 301 North. Open R 1/22 6tchg 2/26. .' sick' 1 leave and retirement.vocation 964-8285. Itchg 2/12. must have lifting The way we put It all
UNFURNISHED 3 BR HOUSE 'ogeII.IIwltot sefs vs apart.ON .
9 to dusk. I Group Health
a.m. to 6 on Bradford County Road Disability BAKER L.P. GAS. INC.! Family
Sunday. Phon. 964-8741. Department has Immediate D.ntal and Life Insurance $100 per month. Call owned and operated.We 1973 SUZUKI OT-SAOi Fair THE MOM FRONT
1/8 TFN.MOBILI lob| opening.Job program _allabl.. Con- 964-5724. Itchg 2/12. strive to glv. better condition. $225.00 or best Lerge home with 3 completely furnished opts 1 very
tact Ronald Willemsen 2 BR TRAILER and 1 BR apart offer. Phon. 964-7251. unfurnished Also extra lot. All this for
HOME 12 x 70, Ilk. description to Call 964-5261 prices and service. Phone large ept. an
of Inmates Utilities and Maintenance II' or Itpd 2/12. tt.3OO.00 down and owner will finance $28.000-10-
new. Furnished on V4 ocr.| oversee a crew 961.6112.2/12 2tchg 2/19. 259 6812; Lawtey 782-3349:
lot with pin. tr... Two from the Community Superintendent Northeast Mlddleburg 2824097. If 12 years with monthly payment of $334.....
Florida Stat. Hospital SMALL HOUSE One LAND ..........
Volunteer Pro- ,
large bedroom Call bedroom; furnished. No you use ga. give u*a call I
4681323. 2/5 2tchg 2/12. A .gram of Th. lawtey Mocclenny. Florida 32063.. pets pr.f.rr.d. Coll 2/5 4tpd 2/26. FOR SALE Investment Opportunity lest.located. motel town 24
((904)259-0211. An Affirmative
MOIILI HOME Three Correctional Institute. 964-3193 or 964-6733 for FREES 1O-week-old puppies. unit. Prked right I Ilerge
) Equal Opportunity
Applications will be accepted Port pit bull. LAST rIre
bedroom, 12 x 60 furnished appointment or Informa
from 7:30: a.m. Employer.; 2tchg 2/12. CHANCE. Call S'/4 ACRES partly wooded.LawteyStarke .
on on. ocr. AC; CH tion. Itchg" 2/12. 9645922. CI .bldg In good condition appro 5,000 so, h 4
and Many ..tro.. Call 4:00 p.m. at 813B North FOR RENT Itchg 2/12. paved road.area Coll on ,..troa...., one oere of .land adjacent to railroad. Formerly
Grand Street. February
7823928. lawtey. 2/5 WANTEDGOOD a manufacturing company end formerly' a social club.
904-389-8068 for
12 thru F.bruary 2O appointment -
Many' uses possible for this property.
4tchg 226.MOBILi 1981 1tcho 2/12. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE BASS BOAT and Information. 2/3 ..........
HOMES 10 X 60;I Excellent Condition, 3 yrs.
three bedrooms. Partly'' RNi Immediate urgent need.In HOMI PARK mobile homes PRICES PAID for used eld. 15' ColllnsCraft 35 hp 3tchg 219. 47 acres of great pasture land.Rd. 16 pIn.timber maturepecen
furnished. Call 964-8283 N Starke area. Excellent and space for r.nt. Phon. mobile homes mortgageIs OLIN'S Evlnrude w/electrl stort. The Office Shop trees and liveable, lerge, frame two-story home
for appointment. Itchgl salary. Call Quality Car. 468-2912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng MOBILE 3/4 paid HOME or more.SALES. trailer trailing meter 110 W. Call St. great far farming or could be developed. Potslblllty of

2/12. Nursing Service (collect) TV and Air.Und.rwood 964-5606. Open 7 days depth recorder. U"'. Offers getting owner financing.
room. Rental ..........
1.375.8199. 3008 NW 13thSt. Typewrltercand
MOBILE Must sell. Phone 782-360.
Motel 3 milesNorth weekly. TFchg !
2 BR, Gainesville, Fl. 1/29 of Stark. ../5 tIn Calculator Flnewood Drive-OS home with carport.Fenced backyard.
on Hwy
pletely' tfn.RN'si' 301. 109tnchgFURNISHED 964,5744CARDIN Make an offer.Immaculate ..,........
Full time .....
and Starke DUPLEXi Three ess-. '"" 1200 plus sq. ft. 2 BR 1 B block home wfe.rpart. -
Call 9646542. 2/5 2tchg area. rooms and bath. Some ( I BROS.Steve on 200 ft x 200 ft'lot. LR and IRs carpeted. LR drapes
a.m. utilities furnished. Private kitchen' 4 door
2/12. stay. Cozy dining room area w/illdlng
yard and entrance. No cardln-owner, loading. to patio.
IN Classified Ads children or pets. Ph. ..........
den, ; G.L 9645464. 1/15Ifn. [960-67501 I 100 on Indian Beach lake Santa f. home,guest cottage,
FOR LEASE Restaurant with
ElK; 2- Get Results.... small bar for 'lease. Under LANPCtEARiHC_ SEPTIC TANKS workshop dock boathoutes. This prettiest pert of the
area. .lake. Owner will consider .
DIVORCE 'SOGO wood Motel Hwy 301 .DOZER WORK LARGE & SMALLSEPTIC" TANKS INSTALLED ....financing.Our ......

BRAND \ Contested uncontested,abandoned North.1/22. 9647184. tfnchg FILL' DIRT LIMEROCK DRAINFIELDS RELAID finest commercial property(across from Holiday Inn).
HOMES witn/wlthout children PONDS DUG .FILL DIRT 200" on 301 with I." tIC,... Owner could finance.
$13700 (you pay your own filing reel 2 BR MOBILE HOME On San .ROADS BUILT .SEPTIC TANK SUPPLIES .......... .
10% NORTH FLORIDA ta F. Lok. In Metros. 20 CULVERTS' SET ft COVERED levelopers Dream 40 beautiful acres near Hampton.
MOBILE LE SEal ARIAL SWVKI. min. from Stark. Furnish Large oaks pines. Paved roads on North and South
Call between S p m ,
I and 9 p.m. ed. $150.00 per mo. Call % orders with graded road on West bord.r. "If you hove
: invest In the Best It Saves More
259-4400 7823933. Itchg 2/12. built any roads lately, you will agree that et $1500.00. per
I this Is buy. Owner finencing.Como .
acre a good .u.._._._._._.n.._
I Inspect the Bradford Villas Townhouses on I...
FRI.. I sent Rd. Furnished model. shown by' appointment only
14 S 15. |Prices start at $>>.600.
Building Full Time Remodeling; Staff PREFERRED PROPERTIES

Box *lot on I. Call St. Call for details.

WHITI Lots of ., I' '"Fri ;: : TrjAtfordable;: ;' recognizesYES ......... _. *7 I'Ger.lot.. Brownlee Rd. 84.000/A. 20% down/11% |
'-o/,? : T ;:If ,5 pn ., -', **0e W, Adklne-House Sff m IW lot $".100.
II *4O4 N. Cherry-J large nicely turn. apt. Owner fin.3BR .
Starke 10 am, I the needs of the 'present home owners, I 38 Edward Rd. H..v.rythingl $69,900.Eastwood .
Dr. 3 BR 2 B,
panel carpet $30.000. Reduced |
Heart Benefits NO Money Down up to 10 years financing. *607 Milton Terrace-nearly new-many .xtras-331,000.
2/12. (C Ms, 16 Ac. Brownlee Rd. Col. home, barn stream $....500.
.Home 3 acre In looker $51,600
SAT.Sat a 8 125 yr. old home(2960( .... ft.). Hampton a 3 Ac-435.500.Coll I
Gum, : : EXPAND YOUR HOMEII II St. commercial .lot 100' x 190 Owner fin. $'.toO.
.'.5 acre near Presbyt.Chwrch A ho.pltal-m.k. oHer. I
sheets/ ; ; Improving Costs Less Than Moving .20 .c,... Rd. 100 W $27,90. Owner financed.
I .43 Ac. Lawtey area formerly"Bare Skin lodge" $40,000.1
; j Z; ISffxISO" commercial on 301-owner fin. 33000.
mor. 7 ;;
SR 100 .. QUALITY WORK .4.78 Acres Rd. 230A a Wilson Rd. $11.700.
"' .56 acres-Rd. IOG-ow..r will finance.2.6AS235 .
t Jt'A'1P []I Enhance its value your with home improvements and increase septic well pump. elec.pole.portable sheds, j
.40 acres across road from Bedford Lake $105.000.
!! Buckle W.. Energy Efficient storm windows Installed 964-5533 Country Club lot 180 x 3831-nice location-$10.000.

ase G,,, .t ";\ :'. :J' Add 8 new room fer growing family .Hampton Oak Lot*25. tree,owner fln.Med-17..
I.;, i'i. Remodel present rooms (anytime) Busy c.lla Weter St. lot 235' x 86' Owner fin. $19.800..|
: :- .419 S. Walnut New. 'large, warehouse
); ; Add a deck or screened porch -$82,500.
iP- ,
301 I 7000 .... ft. CB .bldg., an Rd. US Owner fin.
*Homecommer.) I cottage on Madison St. Owner fin.
TODAY for individual estimate
your R$500 ma. Income four fum. r.nto-C.II, A Bay 55.000. j
large apt. complex on 301, good cash Haw own. fin
Realtor Associates-After Hour
Wayne E. Douglas' Broker-Salesman.964-453

I I I ...the. fireplace that beautifies your budget. Byron Terwlllegar Gerrl, 964-7776 Lennon-494-3140 Martha 0......712-3371
r Ann.T.rwlll-.orN.Ieon,173.1477 Sally KIIII.n,4"-UU I

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STARKE.21 fl E. | I ,. I. ,I, 'f' ;4 FIREPLACE ='I" 984-6372 t

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( Lt : AliWIfl 4/, contemporary cap with flashing or traditional' Roofing of all types Including

chimney housing. I repairs.

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