Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
February 19, 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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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I Alachua General Hospital will sub appointed. Sanders said this action
.4 mit a management proposal for Brad- was taken to avoid any possible conflict
ford County Hospital on or before the of interest in making the decision
March 16 deadline, Wm. C. (Bill) An- on renewal of the Methodist manage-
drews,attorney for AGII, assured the ment contract. Drewa explained thatit
t.t f BCH board of trustees at its meeting had been the practice to have one
Thursday, Feb; 12. member from the board of each
,; The local trustees subsequentlyvoted hospital managed by Methodist to
to accept management proposals serve on the foudnation board.In .
from all interested parties who addition to its attorney, AGH was
: must notify the board by March 2 of represented at the meeting by board
their intent to submit a formal proposal members Rae O Weimer, Scottie
t e.14t'1, at the board's March 16 Butler, Jim Stringfellow, and public
meeting. A legal notice to this effect relations director Patsy Trubow.

appears elsewhere in this paper. Weimer, retired dean of the University
'! I't Alachua General's announcementwas of Florida's College of Jour
made to the trustees at a crowded nalism and Communications said
meeting attended by interested Alachua General's reorganizationseveral
citizens; all five members of the years ago as a not-for-profit

., Bradford County Commission; and corporation had completely removed
1. .4.. tai NS'S most of the hospital's medical staff the hospital from the jurisdiction of
who voiced the opinion that the boarsshould Alachua County government. "The
7s wI hear proposals from all In- success of this change was astronomical
t terested parties before renewing its ," Weimer said "and Alachua
three-year management contract General has operated since that time
R., *,bl with Methodist Hospital, Inc., of without one cent of tax support." He
Jacksonville which expires April 19 added that this type of operation
l There had been some apprehensionthat "gets the hospital out of the realm of
1 ::1 the trustees might act on the con- political units running the facility."

1 tract at its meeting last week, in AGO is currently operating 380 beds
which case AGH would not have been in its Gainesville facility, but Is
I'' prepared to submit a proposal.In undergoing expansion and is licensed

a letter dated Feb. 2 to EdwardC. for 453 beds. It also operates a

.' Peddie, president and chief executive hospital in Blountstown,and arranges
officer of Daniel L. certain services for hospitals in
Williams'', AGlIl the BCH Ocala, Lake City Live Oak a1dpoimt.ell

11\" .'. ,: \. ''' .,...... .. .. .... .,board,. stated that.a propos i-from- ....,. :. .. ,-_ _
, Ii' r'':. -'' ; :'" AOH would be welcome, but "we feel out the nearness of the Gainesville
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that In-house surveys or inspections facility to Starke and said that within

Student from St.Marks Day Care Center cover their ears to keep out noises Old No. au chugged Into the Stq fie railroad station Monday morning. Feb. by your personnel are not warranted. the past 20 months the AGH case load
from what Is probably the biggest machine they've ever seen....a IMS vintage :I*,pulling20 cars on an excursion: JJ'mote5a'ety; fcl railroad crossings. Leased at this time" from Bradford County included 1.310
steam locomotive.. by the railroad the locomotive Is owned by New York stock broker Ross Long time BCH board member in-patients, 918 emergencies, and 419
Rowland. out-patients for lab work, etc.
'f George Shuford said at last Being located only 25 miles from
... Thursday's meeting,however,that no Starke, AGH could provide BCH with
: On Safety Excursion Information necessary to make a proposal food services. Pharmaceuticals,
would be denied to AGH or any computerized bookkeeping and other
; tie mown! management proposal.No member of Speaking a member of the Boardof
"- Steam the board voiced disagreement with County Commissioners, E.W.
? =:) Huffs PuffsTHURSDAY. this policy. Hodges, a former BCH trustee, expressed -

mr ,- mr v Early in the meeting, Marcus the board's concern with the
R Far down the line you could see famous limiteds as the "George Md., is leased by Family Lines from a Drewa, president of Methodist possibility of future tax Increases in
blackish smoke rising from the Washington" and "Sportsman" runs. private collector. Hospital,Inc,read a letter from BCH view of recently announced plans for
Srtrary4 smokestack and the huge headlight Excursions as the Safety Express board member Curtis Sanders resigning building a new hospital. "The trustees
was about the size of a pin head. Now labeled the Safety Express,old from the Methodist Foundation should explore every avenue of finan-
Whoo-whoo-whoo sounded the whis No. 614, now' based in Hagerstown, See Locomotive..., Page 2A) Board, to which he had recently been cing without additional cost to the tax-
r tie, then the chug-chug-chug of the payers," Hodges said.
eight drive wheels powered by steam He was told by Drewa that financ-
became audible. 434-Ton 'Toy' is Dream Belching smoke and steam, old part of the soon to be released plans
No.614 rolled into Starke pulling) 20 for the proposed new hospital now be-

cars, circa 1920's, this Monday morning Ross Rowland] 39-year-old New York stock broker ing prepared by a Memphis, Tenn.
Feb. IS- site seldom firm
a seen here the
owns 1948 steam locomotive which stopped Monday
,anymore. morning in Starke. In discussing the need for a larger
FEBRUARY H "I thought that sounded 'like a He bought the 434-ton steam locomotive for his pleasureand and more centrally located hospital,
SOUP/CHILI LUNCHEON steam engine!" said a coffee drinker, Is leasing it out to railroads to recover the $500,000 it Drewa said it would not be cost-
lit Un.Methodist Church old enough to go nostalgic over. the has cost to purchase and refurbish the 33-year-old relic. is effective to expand and modernize the
It a.m.* 1 p.m. sounds, in Koch s Drug Store. Rowland is in Florida this monthwearing glass safety like present facility. "The state wants us
Donation$1.50 and the nothing to do a complete rewiring job among
f' goggles denim garb of a railroad engineer,and enjoying "
Take outs available his seat in the sooty cab of old No. 614. It's a long running a steam other things Drewa said, "and the
Sandwiches S desserts New York problems of doing this and other work
way from City where Rowland runs Floor
MX extra ..-..... Brokers Associates, one of the largest commodity engine. It has to while carrying on patient care" wouldbe
* * brokerage houses on Wall Street. insurmountable problems.
be the most
THURSDAY.FRIDAY* "Ever since I was 4 or 5 years old I always wanted to be Drewa presented a sketch of the
r' SATURDAY. Feb. 19.20A71, an engineer.Rowland says. "There is nothing like running fascinatingmachine proposed new facility showing a com-
: CRUSADEFORCHRIST a steam engine. It has to be the most fascinating plex including separate buildings for
Lawtey Recreation Bldg. machine in the world." Now he is an engineer about 10 in the professional offices, medical ser-
1r30p.m.Everyone weeks each year. r vices, and ancillary services. In
. welcome Until Rowland] world. answer to a query he said the present
!I.."! acquired it. the huge steam locomotivewas
. could be
:< building converted
: TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 24 ( ( on display at the railroad museum of the Chesapeake some
I ENERGY AUDIT .. .,.....\ 1. ,].. It Ohio Railway in Baltimore. Ross Rowland, form of health care facility
Hearing r&L44S. .1 Rowland credits his somewhat extravagant hobby to his floor Brokers Associates Drewa said the proposed new

':00 P.M. success on Wall Street. The New Jersey native was the __ .___ ...._ hospital would have probably 75 beds
Bradford Co.Courthouse k, youngest member of the commodity exchange when he }( at a cost of from $125,000 to $150.000per
* * yv't, t; joined at 21. I bed. "No site has been selected,
CITY OF STARKE After considerable success Rowland formed Steam Chessie System, which recently merged with Seaboard and we hope it might be possible to
Zoning Planning Board : Locomotive Corp. of America at 27 He leased his first two Coast Line Industries railroads to form CSX Corp. have the property donated" he add-

Meeting-7s34: p.m. 5rS engines from museums. The locomotive should run with just basic maintenance ed.In
* * Rowland later bought a locomotive, but it was badly for 10 more years. "This is the state of the art for the response to a question concerning
BRADFORD COUNTY damaged in a 1979 roundhouse fire in Kentucky. So. he 19408. It is a beautiful machine," Rowland says. reports that the hospital might
Zoning BoardMeetlng7tM cosmetically restored the locomotive and convinced the BIt later seek legislation giving it taxing
; p.m. 0 Railroad Museum in Baltimore to exchange it for the The locomotive and seven of the passenger cars can be authority in the county, Drewa said
BC Courthouse y4J r 1948 steam locomotive he is running through Florida this rented for about 14.000 a trip Rowland said. He made this was not contemplated. He said
r about 40 last and will make
trips about 70 this
* *'* month. year year. the only discussion in this regard was

HEILBRONNSPOSVOL. Rowland spent nearly SOOOOOlto to restore old No. 814 to With luck;he might break next year.Rowland said. Currently the possibility of creating a special
J FIRE DEPT. Meeting pull excursion trains in the Northeast over tracks of the he loses from $50,000 to$200,000 each year., tax district to finance Emergency
Every 2nd*4th TuesdaysMcCarthy's Medical Service (Rescue units), thus
',' Oarage-7i30 p.m removing the present millage levied
. i / * * for this purpose from the 10 mill cap
!':...,J' JAYCEES MEETING More Pay for Night Shifts Benefits Program imposed on the county commission.
"'1': ". f\ ':00 P.M. .. ry Y.
t'' to In its 1980-81 budget the county included -
"' NewMemberswslcome $119,000 for the hospital which

.:ti; i' Starke Ages Vol.1*Fire and Dept.abover Bldg. Worked Out 'for Nurses, Staff at BC HospitalMore amounts money can to be a levy spent of as.713 the The

: chooses, and about $70,000 annually
.: pay for working night shifts, The program went into effect Mon- tical nurses) will receive $100 per goes for Emergency Medical Ser
x .t n bonuses for finding new employees, a day.. Feb. 18. month for either of those shifts..All vices.
-, _. new personal leave policy, and The trustees and management have other employees, excluding rescue Earlier in the meeting Dr, Klert
lUoltor ---
S 5 ". I(901)102.3931 interest-free! education loans will be been meeting constantly with the nursing service personnel,will receive! $23 per Sundusadee, head of the medical
'. .; ( ) offered nurses rsonnel at staff to work out the problems.Last month for working either of the two hospital staff, spoke in favor of
HOMES LOTS ACMAGI No lack of communication .here, Bradford County Hospital month a shortage of nurses came shifts Rescue personnel work a receiving management proposals
to light when the hospital had 4S 24-hour schedule. from AGH and other Interested
between Erin Brewer 3, and a con-. patients per day any
ductor. were salary'and benefits program in the 47-bed hospital and it was sources desiring to bid.. .
A referral awards under
., /noDtJ okayed by the BCH board of necessary to cancel surgery for program Dr. H.H. Adams also spoke in sup
( A 4-0-4 engine meaning it has 4 trustees at which employees will receive $100
; type a meeting last Thursday.. several days. port of additional proposals saving
and bonuses for
leading wheels 8 drivers and 4 trail' Feb. $200 referring new "The
12. The recommendations were Registered nurses will receive $200 hospital Is In betterconditiorthan
trig wheels old No.614. vintage 1948, made by the management of the per month additional for working employees who work: at least 90 days it was before Methodist took
Hwy 301 N. P.O. Sox |28 lowtoy.. Fl. 32096 Railway'engine, and powered such, Hospital Foundation, Inc. 7 a.m.. shift. LPN's (licensed prac- (See Nurses.... Page IA) ."


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Assistant State Attorney Tom representatives''01'the''' ''iVfrole and cas!!>'lmd''Wrifch'has: doubled 1 Irf the"')i 'Statistical/Bradford+ County has with"' theaeppoplepTdaYar' j, !' 'l : ". ,,';,,He added: the board the May tids'Aa need addintional .

Elwell the Bradford Probation supervi8 t'BUI Hicks about last year. '< more felony cases. than one of the two Feb! ;20 al Z p.m. ,, ., i!/.ij :i i," time to study features; each
County Commisaion at a special the possibility "\>f'the' parole 'office He stated rife fo bdfrig'td hire an hddttiottal circuit .court divisions'hvAtachua: "We certainly want to stay i f n1tie i *I t i ipUxn bat(Its unique i 't? SI
meeting to bring the board up to dateon seeking Other space..T" t''secretary'! : to'/assist With' work. '"': County' J, according to Elwell. courthouse,:" :Jwelladdpd,,! ,,1 ,, i 11 ".b" "'Ra\ road Crossing '
the possibility of the SA getting Parole and Probation office rents "Don't be surprised If we can't find He pointed out the additionaYapaceIs '
more office space for an additional attorney from the. county1 irtlthV; cour space, to. have .an attor ie, .and badly needed. :, .Insurance Bids; ,: ,< Brown reported Seaboard'Cpastline
tElwell >Ml '' 11'ihel.' h..nwav'j lWell' A new worthless checks : for- 1> (Railroad has agreed to put. railroad
and secretary, Monday, Feb. .' sccttdaryi'i 1, j program on the board opened eight bids
stated'all addttional'attorneywas .' IT' fl is being undertaken by th .state at- health and life insurance for the 70 crossing on Griffis Loop at a" Cost of
16.He being assigned td ,his Wflcfc next Elwell1' 'reported"thai1' :Parole of torney's office, according to Elwell. county employees. Chairman ELs"; $32,000 'th e county. splits the
reported that he talked with week: to assist him. with I ; e felony ficials indicated they were not willing Commissioner Maxie, Carter, Jr.' (Nook) Norman appointed a comknit- cost of maintenance of the t sslnl.
4 to give up their space at this tlnte.t : suggested.the! board set up a meeting tee of Commissioners E.W. Hodges. Brown stated the annual cost of
Jr. and ,Carter ,to screen, the:;bids : maintaining the crossing was $650 a

1 More Pay for Night Shifts.. : r rz along Brown.with Clerk. Gilbert. S. (Gib. ))' .be$325 year/Bradford'County's.ct:: : >'st would

i IA special .meeting of the commit' .1 "
(From Page 1A) gram in which employees: 'will be ion has been set up in order to '
dent of Methodist Hospital Foundation reimbursed for educational coats proportional receive the recommendation of the. s THE BRADFORD'COUNTY '

Inc., pointed out the referral to their grades in approved committe Friday Feb. 20 at 10 a.m. TCUGRAPHFubllihvd
awards concept is a response to a nationwide courses, was 'also approved by the Companies who bid on the In- .ry Thur.dCllr
nursing shortage. BCH board.A surance Include: Florida Municipal i I.' 'o, 131 W. Coll Str...
Department heads and administrative new personal leave policy.'which Health Trust Fund, Inc.,' Metropolitan 'Stork.Fl.r4do32OFi; '
employees are Ineligiblefor became effective at the meeting, was lrQ '4fL Life Insurance Company; Boston> ,c I '
the referral program. Approved approved by unanimous vote of the r Mutual; Liberty Life Insurance Company Second Clow po.)ug.paid et'
bonuses will remain in effect until board. ,nir'M'5ttThe ; : : ar ; Blue Cross-Blue Shield;, Liberty -, *,Florida'
April 15.Drewa. policy deflnea''"personal leave National; Independent Lifer; -and .
pointed out the hospital is in time" as those days an employee may Aetna Life and Casualty Company.Blue Subscription Ralou,\
the process of hiring a new director of be absent from his job for any reason Cross and Blue Shield currently -.. In trod..r.e:11.00 pO"V"r.
nurses to replace Patricia Ivey who desired and still qualify to receive his represent the county employees.*. >$5.00.l.month ,
resigned several months ago. regular rate of pay. These days off, Bill Howard, a representative of the
He pointed out the hospital was going with pay, are to be used for vacations, company pointed out the current con-' I Outildo trad aroot $10.00 por yoar
to run ads in Reader's Digest in sick leave, non-operational days a; Ir tract may be continued until Dec 31, $5.JO.lK month. '
March April, May June, July, and (holidays), bereavement leave, and 1981.
August seeking nurses for all any other activity requiring: the
Methodist managed hospitals. Drewa employee to be absent from his/her!
pointed out the Reader's Digest has a Job. ; CHRIST
circulation of 105,000 readers in this The trustees also approved an .
area. education scholarship/loan.program '
A new educational assistance pro- to be sponsored by the Hospital Aux 1 1v LUTHERAN CHURCH "
iliary, which features scholarships to
BCH employees and interest free
loans to Bradford residents who are Pastor Glen Schmiege. 473-2419
Locomotive... not BCH employees for study in local -

(From Page IA) hospital related occupations. $a.e Church Service 10:30: am
of The Hospital Auxiliary, by offeringan "
are being run as part Operation
educational assistance
Lifesaver, a month-long program promoting a means of assisting programsprovides Brad- :
safe- Lion's Club
railroad-grade crossing ford residents and hospital employeesin Keystone
ty. The excursions are sponsored by maintaining a high level of effectiveness
the Family Lines System, the National in their present positions and *Sunday School and Bible school Resumed 9 am
Historical and
Railway Society in preparing themselves for possible
the Gold Coast Railroad Historical .
future advancement.Any ,
Museum of Fort Lauderdale.
Passenger cars include open- who BCH employee will or be county consideredby resident Dr. Lounette Eaton B.S., D.C.
window coaches, used during the applies r] r
1920's, and first-class deluxe parlor Committee the Hospital, which Auxiliary will choose Scholarship: reci r J. Drt':Wayne C Eaton, D, c.
and observation
cars. .
One car'is set up as a safety car, pients.If
a recipient of a scholarship does
with Keystone Chiropractic Clinic
displays promoting crossing not go to work at the hospital, the p

safety. scholarship becomes a loan. .... .
the locomotive made the --'--- --' -- -
Any hospital related occupation
first of 10 excursions over Florida going which ;Balkcom and his State AtSR-21 North
currently exists at BCH. or Tommy Champion Hog...
from Jacksonville to Tampa with
the administration
stops at Baldwin, Starke, Waldo, forecasts as hospital being utilized at BCH This 230 pound Yorkshire Cross hog, the champion marketing hog at theFlorida Keystone Shops Suite 5 .
Hawthorne Ocala Wildwood Dade State Fair in Publix for %.50
within two of scholarship Tampa was bought by $ per pound. '
City, Zephyrhills and Plant City. would years be approved for application the- At' that price the hog brought $575 for Bradford County 4-H'er Tommy Phone 473-3604
Passengers could board at any stop Balkcom. son of Mr. and Mrs. James Balkcom of the New River section of
scholarship Continuing
and ride to any other stop. Several education courses program.would not be considered Bradford County. Hours 9 a.m. 1 p.m. and 3 p. m. 6 p.m.
passengers boarded in Starke and as areas of study for the The third place hog was shown by Bradford County 4-II'er Belinda Melson.
rode to Waldo. scholarship program.A daughter of Bill Melson of Starke. Belinda's 225 pound Yorkshire was purchased Mon. Tues., Wed. & Fri.
Some 50 persons greeted old No. 614 attend by the Community State Bank and the Florida Bank at Starke.
as it approached Starke, including a or obtain may certificate any program or Belinda's hog almost won second place, which would have given Bradford 9 a.m-l p.m. Thursdays
few railroad buffs and City Clerk degree which terminates any within two County the top two hogs In the show, says 4-11 Coordinator Lowell Parrish.Both

excited Merrill Edwards kid.Preschoolers .who was about as years of effective scholarship date.A hogs were born and raised on Bradford County farms. Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy Facilities
as any must maintain 3.0 ,
recipient a or m '-
from St.Marks
Day 'B' average to qualify for 100 percent
Care Center held their hands over
funding or a 2.0 or 'C' average for 50
their ears to shut out the noise of old
funding. _
No. 614 the first steam locomotive percent
Books and tuition upr
they had ever seen.-The huge engine'' "semesCer?tU'rteirdr i ,'1
passed right in front of them., $600- per.studeafper.and yea.q
The will 1 -
Safety Express return booKJoao wjlfje l
Jacksonville in three weeks to make/
for BCH employees that are part-time
two one-day, round-trip excursions to students.
Savannah Ga., March 1415. Fares Length of funding is two for
years .
for the round-trip excursion will be
fulltime students and four for
$34 for adults,$24 for children,and$59 part-time students.A years
for parlor or observation car seats. total
recipient must repay the
Information the Jacksonville-
on amount of the loan within two
Savannah excursions is available
by after completion of study.
phone at 359-1446 or 359-1507. Seats on
Employment at BCH for one Li
year millionaire yril
the excursions be booked in advance
may -
following completion of study will
result in forgiveness of the loan. 1" a On '
+ like, Itrlbll
A reception in Savannah will greet fleep edlnornM
passengers. An optional barbecue
lunch, at $6.75, will be available 7,527 TelephonesIn Aib! i 9nin
before the train returns to Jackson- o'
ville. Starke Area Latex Foam 6 inches of '{d M
No. 614 will last leave Jacksonvillein 100% pure : all
late March on a trip to the North. Continental Telephone Company of Latex Foam [ 91it)1 1
One-way ticket will be available for the South announced recently that Rubber Rubber .
that trip. there are some 7,527 telephones in the -{

While in Florida, the Express will Starke Lawtey and Kingsley Lake B* agBggg
operate one-day round-trip excur- exchanges. I
sions from Tampa, Feb. 21.22; According to P.D. Cain, local By- D ,j I'f
Miami, Feb. 28 and March 1; and customer service manager?, the total i ,
Orlando, March 78. number of telephones increased by oyal Produali Inc. % ;JWoyUl 'f'fJ
The locomotive will travel one-way 497 telephones during 1980.
from Tampa to Miami on Feb. 23, "This represents a 7 percent inj .
Miami-Orlando on March 2, and crease in the number of telephones in $10F ,
Orlando-Jacksonville on March 9. just one year. This is well above the '
rickets for one-way trips must be purchased national average and reflects the r f fI
at tra inside. growth in the Starke area,",Cain, said. t OFF Kit SET ;"

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Spending Freeze in City Government Ordered: by Mayor SchaeferA


spending freeze for the City of Starke was announced Tuesday.Feb., vancement. Inc. of St. Augustine gave a progress report on the alternateel1er1D' Marlle Sanderson of the North Central Florida Planning Council in
17. bY Mayor-Commissioner Charley : -, project! at the power plant in Starke. Gainesville assisted the board In leading the discussions. He assisted the
mission meeting! because revenue b slow corttnginbttnonthlycity'com Starke received a $327,000 grant from the US Department of Energy to Starke Planning and Zoning board with writing the regulations.
The mayor.told the Telegraph that be Issued the order Thursday. Feb., convert one engine of the local:: plant into a wood burning gasification A second and final public hearing will be held at 8 p.m.Tuesday March
12, after City Clerk Merrill Edwards!: informed him that the city had operation.He 17.
money problems. One of the proposed changes was made by Retired City Surveyor Mer-
January,February and year the cithern ofSlarte are slow invited the board members to go to Dunellon Friday,Feb.20,to see rill McMillan who suggested that the section on lot improvement regar
paying ad valorem taxes andor their light bills, according to Mayor the second: gasification unit where it Is fabricated,and that both gasifers ding access streets be changed to read"Lots shall not in general derive
.Sc6aefer. will be brought to Starke and installed, on the generator for final testing access: from. an arterial or collector street."The term "arterial on collec-
"We are in a holding pattern." Mayor Schaefer laid.. I sometime next month. tor street replaced the term "major street."
He stated hiring will depend on the w willingness citizens for ser-: The gaslfers will burn clean,dry wood chips which wil be produced In Sanderson was Instructed to make changes and present them at next
,ytC itially by Crown Lumber Company of Starke although no contract has months second public hearing.
"U things! don't level 1 M the POMlWUty exists that t some.of the. work been entered into for the future supply of wood if initial l tests prove successful. A number of changes were suggested in the section on the regulations
force may be reduced" Schaefer said., pertaining to required Information on final plat
The freeze calla for no spending unless an emergency exists and approval They took out a section calling for names of owners of adjoining lands
for that will have to come from Utility Director Merrill Dees and Curiark hinyetonStaChicago has been on national hadafeature with their approximate acreages or,if developed,names of abutting sub
J the chairman of the departments. and Jacksonville and has divisions.
t f Schaefer pointed out people start catching up their bills after April IS of story In the Washington Post. Covenants and restrictions were also removed from this section.
: each yoar.. Gurin Indicated that four component parts were ordered for the project The term "bench marks" was stricken from the following paragraph
: about three weeks: ago but the parts were delayed because of bad weatherin which now reads: "Bearing and distance to permanent points on the
Snggsamed Energy AuditorThe the Chicago area. nearest existing street lines of permanent monuments not less than three
board accepted: the recommendation of Dees and appointed Albert' A problem on the shaft of the number one engine was brought to the attention shall be accurately described on the plat"REMEMBER
Lee yraby, Jradvlop CIII the required energy audits. The council also of the commission in which Gurin explained two engineers have
:. appointed Phillip Suggs as energy auditor.' given completely opposite opinions.!
Suggs is currently attending a school on energy audits In Ocala. He is a "Ttie shaft will either be perfectly alright or no good." Gurin said.
former policeman and fireman and Is the.current assistant purchasing He Indicated that Washington,D.C. is very enchanted with the project Bush's 964.6029
agent for the City of Starke. Gurin reported new President Ronald Reagan seems to be In favor of
E.C.Shreve executive vice-president of the Florida Municipal Utilities funding programs for rural communities which will have a high priority.
Association made a lengthy presentation before the start of the regular The new President Indicated during last fall's campaign that one of the Bait & Tackle
meeting.He departments be would try to eliminate was the Department of Energy. ShopMrs.
pointed out the City of Starke had three choices either to contract The power plant will utilize wood scraps that would otherwise be
the energy audits with his office at a cost of $77 per audit and $8.25 for wasted)by the many clearing and pulpwood operations in the Starke area.
software to be used with each audit. Wood renewable source of energy and.if the gasification process is successful Lois Bush has opened shop
The council after a brief discussion, chose to have the energy audits would at least partially free the municipal plant here from
= done by Its own employees. dependence on fossil fuels. once again. She invites all
:: Shreve explained the audits check: to see how efficient the heating
system laID the bouses.He added the thermostats are set mostly between March Declared Clean-Up Month fishermen to stop by.
.: U and 78 degrees. Mayor Schaefer proclaimed the month of March as cleanup and beauti-
:. The Inspection is done mostly in the kitchen and a check of the gaskets flcation month at the request of the Starke Women's Club. Pass the word around about
on refrigerators will also be done. The Inspection will take about IS to 20 The project t will consist of asking the public to clean up vacant lots and 1
; minutes. put a fresh coat of paint where needed by(the residents of the city. the new place to SAVE.
:: The inspector,according to Shreve will bring a terminal with him and Last year Women's Club spearheaded a drive to cleanup Starke and
will check with a computerized telephone system so that an immediate the program is being continued this year.
.: report will be provided the customer. Ladles Mrs. Bush can sell you
Shreve pointed out anybody>> could be taught to be an energy auditor. Flag Pole To Be InstalledAt
: He also pointed out the City of Starke will have to purchase a calculator the suggestion of Mayor Schaefer the commission agreed to put a your fruit trees
:: at a cost of$15. The terminal
will cost$995, according to Shreve.
flag pole on Thompson Street in front of City Hall.
:: The board approved the hiring of Crosby and Suggs for one year.

Public Hearing Set on S/D RegulationsAt Earth Worms, Minnows & Crickets. Also 55
Gurin Updates Council On Wood Burning Project
public hearing on subdivision regulations the board discussed the
Gal. steel drums while last.
Robert M. Gurin of the private consulting firm Alternative Energy Ad- regulations in great detail. they

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U.S. Postal Service
employee W.T. (Bill)) Hardison has r. br{?,tt11 u"" tr ,
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been appointed Starke Postmaster effective ui I
Monday Jan. 26
Hardison Is a native of St.
Petersburg and has bee Postmasterin

Macclenny since June .:*73, prior to Taking the Oath at Brooker... Councilman Gene Melvin 'was elected chairman of
his the Starke position.
the council at the Feb. 10 reorganization session 1 1 I Iv 1
Hardison served two years in the Standing up for the oath of C office at Brooker (l-r) are (Correction:The Telegraph reversed the order of the
U.S.Navy during World War II taking Marshal Tommy Raulerson, Councilman. C.J. edition
Brooker officials in the caption in its Feb. 12 ,
his gUlm rx.Jr.IMoI tug .dtlcl2nRVgls..v) Stelnaker l CauncilmaiijSteve.Nipper,,. l rltLinda amtnotnCCll'recU,1 identified 'Councilman"Melvin as
After tlWl war.he joined the postal) ser. Robinson Mayor Blake Hamilton, and Councilman in ebeadlineoftheBrookercq'unclllstory.The

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Avenue station in that city prior to his I
moving to Macclenny. f Middle School News this six weeks. Theldea for this gamewas
Hardison currently lives with his << conceived by a former BMS stu- 1 1' 1.'

wife, Ellen and a daughter in the Artist of the week-George Crews Peronto ordered, have started to ar- dent Barry Carlton. The game is call-
Rolling Hills section of West Jacksonville George painted a flower with tempera rive. We are very excited and look ed Rivet Checkers. The students sanda
He plans to move to the Starke paint and Is in Mrs. Brewer's 1st forward to seeing our BMS Band all square block of wood, silk-screen a Also and
area when he and his family find period art class. Congratulations, decked out and strutting their stuff. checker board on top, varnish the Repairs Remodelmg
suitable housing. His family also con- George. Mr. Sandberg's Industrial Art wood and then drill holes for the
sists of three daughters, two of whom The new Band uniforms, that Mr. classes are working on a new project rivets to be placed in.
live in St. Petersburg and one in
Atlanta, Georgia.
Hardison for the past eight and half -
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Bradford's'Homemade'Exhibit: tftnsfrourth: pi c ir aElSta;: ijl !!1ltdi 1 !: :;; :

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The fact that Bradford County won ty or local funds 'were used I. for construction local groups and bodies. When this i n- tr
fourth place at the recent Florida or staffing the exhibit. itlal effort proved to be less than pr o-
State Fair in Tampa among stiff ductive with little sign of interest ar idiw;
competition by thirty Florida counties The Bradford County display no tangible support forthcoming tl '
is a success story of what can be resulted from the interest of Diane Westcotts> refused to give up the id eat I
accomplished by hard work a little Westcott, horticulture instructor at and proceeded with the formidab le I
money and a great deal of deter- the Bradford-Union Area Vo-Tech task enlisting only such volunt mination on the part of a few In- School and her husband Walter an support as was available at-the v'< -'
dividuals who saw the potential agriculture instructor at Bradford tech school and from local industrU esf
benefits of such participation. High School. They thought that Bradford and individuals. Dave Phenninge r .? i
County, with its many assets \o-tech carpentry instructor, headeup f
Pasco County was first place winner should be given more exposure, and a fabrication on the booth the dra 1 I
Duval County second Sarasota good way to start would be with an exhibit ting class did the signs and other ho:r- j
County third and Bradford fourth. All at the State Fair in Tampa ticulture and ag students gave a ham: .
three of the top winners are large which this year attracted 375,000
wealthy counties. Duval County spent visitors during its two-week run. '''The Westcotts ar! already makin t

$15,000 on its professionally prepared plans for next year's exhibit at th Ie i .. ?Y ..p.MY
exhibit while Bradford's entry was They started by asking a representative State Fair which they would like t:lO;
limited to the $1,000 provided to each of the Fair Authority to come have feature< "wood power," showing if-' rt
exhibitor by the Fair Authority froma here to discuss the possibility of having what is being done locally wit h' i .1
state grant through the Florida a Bradford County exhibit and Starke's experimental prototype fo'r r
Department of Agriculture. No coun- trying to enlist some support from generating power using woo> ,d I
gasification for fuel, and also horn e
heating units that operate on ten
pounds of wood chips a day. The:y .wt
would also like to feature DuPont', .
land reclamation program, and Her- : ,h-A-
cules' new process of extracting resin ,\ .
from pine stumps. .

"We hope to be financially able to I
have some local person at the fair exhibit
Tax Credit for Planting PinesWood every day next year to answer
questions about the county and
distribute brdchures and other .4 f
materials" Diane Westcott says. At
power attracted lots reforestation spending including this year's fair they were only able to p *MaBMH BMwiMMNMHM WBMM *WM i BMMHfHfHMMWMMWMMMMiMMMMBB* MM BM-'>#.--' < M> i --

of attention at the first costs of site preparation have an attendant at the exhibit on
"Ag seed and the weekends and it is felt that order> t<>>> Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner visited his home county's exhibit at
or seedlings
Expo" held in conjunctionwith be effective someone needs to be on Florida State Fair in Tampa and expressed pleasure that the display placed fourth
the Florida State Fair in labor of planting. The new law hand every day during the two-week among the 30 exhibits sponsored by Florida counties. Pictured with Conner is Doyle E.
Tampa last week. But Com can mean a deduction of up to period. Jr., son of a former Florida Governor and chairman of the Florida State Fair \

missioner of Agriculture $1,000 in the qualifying lan
Doyle Conner voiced frustration downer's tax bill in the year of The Westcotts have high praise for

at the lack of progress the expenditure. the the cooperation community they and received would like from to t Sheriff Agrees with Chief Justice

that has been experienced In addition, the law allows thank two additional ones, TG&Y and
generally in the developmentof the Department of Corrections who

alternate of fuels for the production unreimbursed the tree grower tree-planting to deduct were notice not run listed in the in paper.a recent thank-you I On Over-Concern with Rig tits of

engergy. costs, again up to a $10,000

Among the wood-burning in- limit, from his gross income. They intend to reassemble the ex

novations seen at the Fair This deduction could not be hibit as nearly as possible like it was when he sees a need for more well- declared.In .
shown at the State Fair and will haveit
Many Florida sheriffs and other "
were a woodgaspoweredtractor taken at one time, but would on display at the Bradford County law enforcement officers have long trained enforcement officers. his speech Bar

a woodgaspoweredpickup have to be spread over the Fair this spring for the benefit of' complained that the American the chief justice stepsbe
truck, and even a succeeding seven years at the those who did not see it in Tampa. criminal Justice system has been In a recent speech to the AmericanBar taken in
wood-gas-powered LincolnContinental rate of one-seventh of the expenditure over-concerned for the rights of Association Burger warned that crime:
the nations' criminal justice system"at
criminals at the of
Starke of course, per year. minimizing expense the safety neglectingor of law- every stage cries out for change." Release on
is pioneering for the entire nation However the landowner abiding citizens. As part of that system the chief criminals who the
justfce believes the courts must share seriousness of and
with the conversion of one County Agent's
would be allowed
to '
spend .
the blame. their past record
unit of its power generating Now those who feel this way have
$10,000 each year on qualified heard their complaints repeated by
plant to wood-burning reforestation work, claiming Notebook Warren E. Burger Chief Justice of "His comments reinforce my belief Provide for trials
gasification, which should be both types of credit year after the U.S. Supreme Court and Brad that our judicial system Is being within weeks of

ready for testing next month.It 'In effect this means ford County Sheriff Dolph Reddish strangled by unnecessary delays
is said that with the proper year. 1 says he couldn't be more pleased."I'll endless appeals and unrealistic Give for
that for the annual filed
except safeguards for accused persons appeals of a
attention and financing, wood limit of $10,000, there actually By Reddish said."While conviction
could be supplying 25 percentof is no limit on the total that a p back him all the way" Red-

the nation's power in the landowner can claim as the Bobby J dish said, "when he says we need a the crime rate is more After 'a appeal -
1990's crackdown on the pre-trial release of serious in the urban VauvtnarguM'f all
large areas we of conviction
basis for the tax break, Con- Taylor L-rf M ... accused criminals when
dangerous ; cannot afford to think of> it as just a subsequent ap of
With all this interest in woodas ner said.'r" .-ipi: "he! ,speaks out in favor of limiting the big' city pi'oblelllReddish' said."Drug 'mlscarnag) : : '< 'i.' .
a fuel Commissioner Con- ( i ,., ....,. t'J J number' of cl'lminaappeals. and .iusage is widespread Jn,every ,.\.. "J.. J ,,, ,; .,.
?*rw.4iSy<>si..i...'. ner and Florida Forest of- Wood is renewable soUrceof Planning a home'garden1' this 'Spring mil. ",?-1 .:roU 3 rttuvw ,..cffmmaaity)juvcyifjes commit crimes v-.*V&prsons: [ 'tothrough .. lnty,,.
a as if the law does not apply to them educationProvide :
? If I have done
ficials are bringing to the at- so hope you Zoning Board to Hear
energy, unlike oil and gas planning to help make this project a and our citizens no longer feel securein
tention of landowners Request for ChangeIn "
that a which will be gone for good success. Good plans can save you a their own homes. The crime problem
new law went into effect when the present supply is used lot of time and money, and will make 301 South SiteA is here but something can be for first-time, .
done it doesn't have to swift
get worse with
January 1 providing a Bradford and Union your garden a good experience for
substantial income tax breakon up. you and your family. petition for rezoning of propertyon before it gets better" the sheriff terms are
Counties are among the best U.S. 301 South will be heard by the
the cost of reforesting adapted areas in the state for Some early considerations in your Bradford County Zoning Board at its

privately owned timberland. growing pine trees and the plan would be the selection of a site meeting Tuesday, Feb. 4, at 7:30: p.m. I

tax incentive should be proper vegetables and varieties anda !
Conner said the new law a plan fort, arrangement of Scott Whitehead and Ronnie
provides a flat tax credit of up big break for property owners vegetables.paper Later<'plans include soil Newman will request the rezoning of

to ten percent of the annual who wish to get in on the preparation fertilizer and lime, bed- 26 acres about one mile south of .
the east side of 301 from
cost (up to $10,000)) of tree ground floor of supplying this ding and planting,'cultivation/lrriga- Starke Open Rural on to C-l (Commercial In- rflI "
tion, insect and diseaseJ oJltrol,'land
and upcoming source of for .'
planting closely related energy harvesting and using viol! ,' tensive) for retail sales. Part of the I 1
the future. oil R 'flow( : site was formerly the location ofSkeeter's 8
and the Back
Most vegetables maybe grown1
Door lounge buildings which were '
gardens throughout our area if Iq
grownin recently damaged by fire and later 1
Your Corner'Using
I 'Brighten the proper s sons."Ereni'crops razed. !
such as asparagus; rhubarb and globe

artichokes provide!:satisfactory experiences The petitioners will request permission -
lot manyr gardeners to advertise next Tuesday and if ,
the theme "BrightenYour outstanding beauty. With a little although these crops are;not/well- granted a hearing on the rezoningwill 4 ,h. r i,, : )art no

Corner," the Woman's extra effort on the part of adapted here." be held at the board's March 31 4 .,J ( : a91q

Club] of Starke is announcing everyone we can be right up Grow vegetables that are liked by meeting. J
plans for its Spring CleanUpand there with the most attrac you and your family. Other.cojisldera- A

Beautification Drive, tive. tions should be the size of\oilr garden Two !More Children 9tUr

which has been proclaimed by and the nljtrjve) ,- Vafue'"pf'" the Attend Shriners Clinic ,r ::
The ,
Mayor Charles Schaefer for Clean-Up and vegetables.Yourgarden I 18., ,
the month of March. Beautification drive, sponsored will i be handy to pant Two more Bradford County I )' :
annual Shriners
the children attended the
by Woman's Club
cultivate and harvest if it is.near the Clinic in Jacksonville last ,Key Club officers holding charter From I,.
With the worst of a long- last fall was a great success, house. Locate the garden near a Orthopedic! for free Kathy Henderson. secretary;",JoySt./; ? t (.)
Saturday treatment accor- .
but such must be of president; Beth "Francis. president and ?
hard winter projects ongoing source water irrigation Many of d
now behind ding to Fain Bateman chairman ,
us, ,AlcDufrie. treasurer, ,,
the club feels that if they are to have per- gardeners surround !their garden witha the Crippled Children's Committee 0'. ') Io f
property manent results. A one-time effort fence sufficiently high and close the Starke Shrine Club. ),10'f : ",
owners will soon be in the woven to keep out poultry, dogs rab- \ I 1 ,'
won't do the ;
mood to "start stirringaround" job. bits and children. Such a fence-not only The clinics are conducted annuallyi' Kiwanis Key Club Receives

cleaning their lots The City provided great protects the garden, but also servesas in Jacksonville by doctors from the 1, _Ij, : .
planting flowering trees and help last fall hauling a trellis for pole beans, tomatoes\ Shriners hospital in Greenville, S.C.r +x 'I.The.
away and other crops needing support. J* y '
shrubbery and painting tons of leaves limbs and *3Hkdaptability. Starke Kiwanis-sponsored Key ing together.. the
Club of Bradford High School was officially charter', Beth her
residential and business trash and cooperating in Locate the garden in full sunlight If' Select varieties suggested :chartered at a special members'

buildings where needed. other ways. City workers even possible. If to you full must choose is morning in the "Vegetable GardeningGuide" breakfast. banquet!: recently. of Key Club. -
exposure sunlight more
hauled off old (Circular 104-available in our '
refrigeratorsand beneficial than afternoon exposure.Put > The club's 25 charter memberswere Key Club Lt.
Everybody, at one time or other appliances if the office at the Agriculture Building in
root crops tomatoes, corn inducted into the club and four 18, Ken McKelvy Key
Starke) because they have to
another has been inspired by homeowners put them on the potatoes cucumbers and melons In as be successful in Florida. proven and executive officers were installed dur-, Club in Ocala
driving through a town where curb. But there are some jobs full sunlight as possible. Most of the different items to increase Try new ing the charter banquet that included members of their -

the streets are lined with red- that the City cannot do on leafy crops'can withstand more gardening pleasure.A your remarks from Florida District ,of- sibility of service
shade.: ficials of Key Club and Kiwanis. them to learn to service ->
bud and dogwood, and every private property and that is
Key Club International Is a high projects. '',
lawn is a carpet of green why the Woman's Club is appealing Tree and shrub roots compete with plan of the garden should the local be 'school service organization sponsoredby given by Jim
prepared on showing
highlighted by azaleas and to all paper a local Kiwanis Club. There Administrator for
property ownersto vegetable plants for nutrients and tion of each crop the amount to be are a
other blooming shrubbery. "'bnghtentne corner where water. If the garden must be located planted on each date crops to follow over 95,000 Key Clubbers in over 6,000 member of '
Starke has a good start you are." The success of the near trees or shrubs dig a ditch 11/2 earlier ones, and the variety of each clubs across 12 countries. It Is theworld's (Gainesville), '
to 2 feet and largest high ,school service explained that is
place roofing
toward becoming one of these drive will paperor Vegetable to be planted. No one plan'
ultimately dependon not of
a sheet of plastic film along one will 'suit the needs of organization. part by
towns that are always each individual everyone;, The officers and members of Kiwanis
property side of the trench. Refill the ditch with develop plan from the informa- the and is of
remembered for their owner. soil to form a barrier to roots. tion on varieties spacing and" local club are: Beth Francis*presi the "K-Family" Key'
date of proper planting given in the dent; Joy,St. Johns, vice-president; Club, and Circle -
I Generally you can grow a good "Vegetable Gardening Guide". Kathy Henderson secretary; Barry sponsored college -
I garden wherever weeds will grow McDuffie treasurer; Suzy Alvarez tion). He to,
Avoid areas that are low and wet dur- ."Til discuss other considerations in Kelly Carver. Becky,Cooper. meet other Club
MEMBER ing the gardening season. A fertile later articles. In the meantime call Epps, Dee Gaskln Linda ,Grave throughout the and
IIY ,INAII''.ar'I'I 'I easily worked soil is best but other County Agents' office if have Lex Green Sharon Griffis Brad elsewhere to ,
7T' "OAID.4J..e ,e soils such as sand may be used Since your you. Hildreth Gina Lane Elizabeth new ways tq help! )
questions or problems
\! 1.ertrapf.y ..i;. ::: : ... some gardeners have little choice in' any ; ; Lawson Kim Lawson Joey Herres. Lee .
...' ,d .,
soil Anne Jennifer Kim
o oJ they can greatly improve an unfavorable Mary Miller. Nix mittee chairman "*
<)0"0', t soil with applications oforganic Reiske. DJ. Riddick. Mary Water Kiwanis Club said '
materials such as manure son,Susie Welch, Chuck Williams and weeks the' new : 'be
and Ricki Harris.
SOS C.FEIGUSONJOHN M. MILIEU, Publi.h.r.r.blId.hrhw.Lal..d..dCI..M.I .. compost. Bob developing'service ';
Starke Kiwanis president. : ideas.,They are !
: Milner presented the Key Club presi- aC ,
_.,.".P..0/H..c4. ." Silver Queen variety corn is white dent Beth Francis with the, official lively with "
..,.. .. ...... and Golden Cross Bantam variety is projects.r
> lit Act.IM.) '<'>1 ; 'charter.! lie reminded the 'membersthat :
,. ...'-".....4.I..>..<......It'..,_..Is A.' *. i.. .- yellow. However, varieties differ not Key Club's primary purpose is to "
0..uld, *'..*.....!/1.1.'Y.u.f 1 H s,._..... only in physical appearance but also A3 'The U.S. Army adopted help the school and community and to "Th r. ire ''m W
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Greek Customs On! .- .

Program At Starke J '

/Woman's Club f7/w flJodal 9lide'

Greek Customs and Cultures was

t the theme of a delightful luncheon .
,,? meeting of the Starke Woman's Club
'eR > which met at 12:00: noon) on Wednesday -
,February n in the club building.Mrs. glaJ moot y
at L.H. ""Jennings, chairman of /1So.t /

+ the committee on International Af- (;.k'f" :The !
fairs was assisted by hostesses: Mrs. /flr erewj..

R.A. Green Sr., Mrs.; Curtis Sanders 964. 7601f
Mrs..E.A. Hall, Mrs.T.B. Rahn, Mrs. y
GJ. McGrlff, Mrs. HP. McLendon, \
Mrs. H.L.. Speer. Mrs. C.A. Knight, ...
Mrs. Merritt Williams and Mrs. O.A.
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Wiggins. '''''' ,
--I Strawberry Hoedown
.. ,
1 f fFfi ,They served a delicious lunch in- Q,. i, Theme For Strawberry
J cluding Pastichio Macarom and i
a Meat, Greek 'salad, feta cheese, ',:I'f" ';1 Queen Pageant
Calamata Olive, stuffed embryo eggplant \: Sponsored by Junior Club
Greek bread, coffee and ? /''' ;
,(.)jlli ; ; at "I ': The theme this year for the Brad
Galatoboureko custard between f\1:1", ,, "
': i'': 'I' ford County Strawberry Queen
w + Filo. Tables were covered with white (.
table blue "' ) pageant, to be held March 28 at Brad-
cloths with blue streamers, ','
,;,',', : ford High School, will be Strawberry
and i"
white being the colors( of Greece. '., ., "
Each table held blue end white pom ,,''tJj Jf!B.t 1' '', \' 'I""" .' ,' Hoedown.
pom centerpieces Mrs. Pete Felon ; j t"1", : Finalizing details for the pageant
1"i. 1"\ "" ,
decorations'and I ;( was' the main order, of business k"'l
prepared menus,!
.' gave Greek recipes to members of the committee.Mrs. :i. ; Club on Monday night. Feb. _
i z !: 9. The theme of Strawberry Hoedownwill
Felos, guest speaker, was Introduced .
j' ..", be carried out in this year'spageant
1 by Mrs. Jennings. She gavea ... H.
.. .
t : and in the contestants
t ." sport-
delightful informal discussion of life 'ij'--1 '
j 1l Ui- >>; : : This will the
and ,. ) swear presentation. give -
times of Greece. Also present as c s
\ ..'Jt.t fd
.' >", judges a great chance to see the In-
honored guest was Miss Teresa ,
dividuality of each contestant.The .
Abrantes, a Delta Kappa Gamma "
club has had
of the University great response
recipient scholarship at
from businesses in Bradford
.A; of Florida; graduate student in County cash ..... F
by donating gift certificates, t -""-- IM S -
(;( nuclear science from Portugal.Mrs. .
-I/I' '
: W.H. Thomson, president of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Dodd Jr. gifts and food certificates which will Carla llorvath
make this of
year's pageant one the
the club,presided.Mrs.V.J. Spengler
'\ ;": : announced that rehearsal's are begin- best.Girls Carla Horvath,
', '<( ages 16 through 21 may pick
W.J. Dodds Jr.
ning on a comedy entitled"That's Not ,
forms the Lennard B. III
at Register
up application high ,
My Mother", which will be presentedin Celebrate 50thAnniversary
the school office or at Mitchell's Drug Engagement ToldMr.
spring. Store. Deadline for entries is March
1 Mrs. Mona Canova announced that and Mrs. Carl Horvath of
.. 1500 trees have arrived and have been 11.A
Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Dodd, Jr. Coke party for all contestants will Altamonte Springs announce the
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Colling planted at the FFA Farm to be celebrated their golden wedding anniversary be held March 21 at the club house. engagement and approaching marriage -
replanted after a ;year of growth. Sunday, Jan. 11, from 3-3 Other business discussed was the of their daughter, Carla Denise,
and Elaine March will be city-wide beautification pm. at a reception given by their Valentine's day dance for the classes of Tallahassee, to Lennard Bernard
Buddy Collings Nugent and clean-up will program month. children at the Madison Street Baptist of Sunshine Acres and residents of Register, III of Live Oak, son of Mr.
There be an azalea sale spon- Church Fellowship Hall. Volunteers of America Home on 301 S, and Mrs. Lennard B. Register, Jr. of
Wed Feb. 7 in Methodist ChurchOn sored by the Gainesville Sun and Their children are Mr.and Mrs.Bill held Feb. 14. Also the May Breakfastto Starke.
Starke Woman's Club which will be Dodd,Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dodd, Mr. be given by the Senior Woman's The wedding will take place May 2
held on the Florida Bank parking lot and Mrs. John B. Sapp, all of Starke Club and catered by the Junior Club. at College Park Baptist Church in
Saturday,Feb. 7,at 7 p.m., Miss carnations surrounded with white by the Woman's Club building on and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Priest of At the conclusion of the meeting a Orlando.
Elaine Paula Nugent,daughter of Mr. baby's breath. In her hair she wore a March 14. Price of r plants will be Jacksonville.Mrs. Pampers shower was given for Shan Miss Horvath is a 1976 graduate of
and Mrs. Paul Nugent, Sr., of Starke wreath of baby's breath matching her ninety-five cents. Ellouise Dodd greeted the Johns. Members gathered in the Lake Brantley High School, Orlando
I and William V. (Buddy) Collings, III, gown. Mrs. L.H. Jennings presented a guests at the door. Granddaughters, Sunroom for refreshments. The and will graduate from Florida State
of Starke, son of Mr. William V. Coll- Attendants were Miss Barbara Ben- hand painted rose motif valentine as a Susan Sapp Brenda Griffis and Kim Valentine theme was carried out for University in March with a
ings,Jr., and Mrs. Allison Collings of ckowsky, Mrs. Karen Casey, Mrs. souvenir of the Starke Woman's Clubto Sapp, presided at the guest book the occasion. Bachelor's degree in Interior Design.
Indialantic were united In marriageat Gwen Biggs, Miss Brenda Prevatt Miss Abrantes. table. The table was covered with a Mr. Register graduated from Brad-
the First United Methodist Churchin and Mrs. Linda Pressley all of The members of the StarkeWoman's lace cloth over gold linen and Did You Know........... ford High School in 1971; received a
Starke with Rev. Don Parrish of Starke. Their gowns were fashioned Club voted to back the centered with an arrangement of Bachelors degree from the Universityof
Lake Butler performing the double similar to the honor attendant except Starke Recreation Department's request yellow and white daisies, mums and Mr. and Mrs. Albert (Sandy) Florida in 1975; received Juri Doc-
ring ceremony. In colors of grass green, teal green for Federal grant money to be baby's breath. Guests signed the Sanderson of Fort Lauderdale have tor's degree from UF in 1978; and is
Mrs. Kathy Taylor Green, soloist, blue. They wore wreaths of baby's Road recreation facility. The cake table was covered with an Call Street. State Attorney and is assigned to major
presented a program of nuptial breath in their hair to match their Army-Navy cloth over gold linen and drug prosecutions in the third
music. gowns. They each carried three white centered with a four-layered, pillared Mrs. L.H. Jennings, Mrs. James Judicial Circuit of Florida.
Centering the altar was a rainbow carnations surrounded with baby'sbreath. Valentine cake wfth a nosegay of yellow Blackshear, Mrs. John Griffin and
Rotarians Have
Mrs. W.H. Thomson attended the
archway decorated with greeneryand rosebuds between the middle layers
pompoms flanked by two arrangements Little Miss Emily Nugent was Ladies Night DinnerThe and topped with a bride and groom District Four FFWC Arts and Craft Patricia Griffis,
of multi-colored pom- flower girl and Master Paul Wenz was Starke Rotarians with their and decorated with rosebuds. A spray Show Friday,Feb. 13,at the ArlingtonWoman's Dick Akridge
and white daisies against a ring bearer. of springerie! fern encircled the cake Club. Mrs. Jennings won
wives celebrated St. Valentine's day Wed Feb. 14
two third place ribbons on her pain-
Given in her father interspersed with At
background of tree candelabras.Jeff marriage by yellow mums.
Gorham;101 Charleston, S.C., 'the bride were,a lovely traditionalgown".ofcluny ?at"the Western with Steer.steak Steak dinner House' each end of the table were silver cof- tings; Mrs. Al Kay Carlisle won third Mr.. and Mrs. Earl V. Griffis an-
Monday night a place on a cross stitch picture Mrs. of their
served best Ushers : fee services.Mrs. Lynell Sapp cut the nounce' the marriage
as man. were and .venicc-lace, acflbedfedttraee8rpeaala President Elzia Sanders openod lAo first
r, wMtMinw ViKflMii Ctovftfleffiteineavttto,jie c,.*.y '\:- >tad,a'Mat': ? meeting with the Lord's Prayer. Jim :cake! and presiding at the coffee services Jack Trawick' : wen a place on daughter, Patricia to Edwin M.
of Starke and brothers TedBradleyand ching' fingertip 'U. Th gown Duncan, accompanied by Ada Reddish were Mrs.Mary Priest and Mrs. "needle point luggage rack; Mrs. Jack Akridge, son of Dick Akridge, all of
Kirby Collings of Indialantic. featured a Queen Ann neckline and conducted a, song rest ending ,Annie Dodd. Barry won first place on needle point Starke
Miss Carol Flynn attended as maid long sleeves. A lavishly ruffled train with the Rotarians singing "Let Me The punch table was covered the square dance outfit; Mrs. Lester The marriage took place Saturday,
of honor. She wore a wine colored flowed from the fitted waist line. She Call You Sweetheart". same as the other tables and centered Rudd won a ribbon for a pair of cross Feb. 14, at Jacksonville Beach.

chantilly lace gown with high neck, carried a white cascade of white car- At the conclusion of the dinner with a silver punch bowl encircled stitch pictures.

lace sleeves and accented at the waist nations, pompoms spider mums and Judge Sanders assisted by president with fern interspersed with yellow r--- '=-- iT.TRUCKLOA .
with flower.She carried six rainbow greenery.A elect J.E. Tomlinson called by name mums. Pouring punch were Miss Cindy -
reception was held in the Starke each Rotarian who presented his Dodd of Starke, Mrs. Danna David
Woman's Club which was decoratedwith Rotary Ann with a lovely fatted plant. and Mrs. Alison Keenen of Jackson-
WMU Observe white wedding bells and colored Noteworthy was the .DuPre's an- ville. SALEf
Focus WeekThe streamers. nouncement of theft recent 50th wed- In the center of the hall was an archway -
Greeting guests at the door were ding anniversary. Clyde Terwillegar decorated with springerie fern
Women's Missionary Union Miss Sheha Fayson and Mrs. Glenda announced that he became a grandfather and yellow mums Seated under the
and Brotherhood Starke's First Padgett. Miss Fayson kept the bride's again for the second time. Col. arch were Mr;'and Mrs. Dodd. Mrs.
Baptist Church observed their annual book. Green gave a report on the favorable Dodd's outfit was complimented witha
Focus Week ciiurcb.Feb.' 11 witha The bride's table in the sunroomwas recovery of Howell Nasworthy,on his yellow rosebud corsage and Mr. --
banquet at the : covered with a lace cloth and recent operation.Al Dodd wore a yellow rose boutonniere.
An interesting program, was given centered with a three-tiered, pillared Carlisle was chairman of the Out-of-town guests were Mrs.
presenting the highlights of the ,wedding cake with red flowing foun- event. Pauline Peoples and ,son, Tony, of
groups and the alms of the organiza- tain and decorated with white florets. Walnut ,GroveMiss,, sister and i6-6
tions were giver fc u, Flanking the cake were branched nephew, of Mrs.> Dodd, Mrs. Ruby
Mrs. Lucille''<3rte n-director, and candelabra decorated with greeneryand Duplicate Bridge WiliamS of i IJacksonville and Mrs.
Mrs. ThelmaiJenMngs, president of colored carnations.' Mrs. Linda Club Results John Williams and daughter Beckyof
the Women's-wori.:: gave informationon Roberts cut the cake. Keystone Heights.Did .
Griffin and Thom-
their groups ttfeMfifrothertood"_ .Charjie) Green objectives The three punch tables were son Evelyn were the winning Margie couple at You Know........... 100% ORGANIC*
presented ;
covered with lace cloths and centered night. _
Duplicate Bridge Tuesday
>s VMJ from with crystal punch bowls encircled Marie Dent and Eva Mathewson of Mrs::'Trellis Burks'of Griffin, Ga.. ALL PURPOSE FERTILIZER
A skit wasngrven by a group with greenery and florets. Pouring Keystone Heights were second and and daughter Mrs. Sue Marsh of aru,

the Ladies organization. punch were Miss.Sheila Hartley and Lori Frances and Dot Cawley of Callahan were Sunday afternoon
L*.> Mrs. Lisa Cover of Gainasville. Keystone Heights were third. visitors of Mrs. Gladys Weldon. .. CONTAINS MINOR ELEMENT
Mrs. DonjChampion, Jr. Assisting were!iMnw Diane Tierneyand :=

Stork Shower HonoreeMrs. Mrs. Marsha Nugent.In .
front of the stage in the i--a 8
Don Champion, Jr. was auditorium was a long. hors d'oeuvres 60 Years Of Service To Bradford-Unlon-Clay Residents
honored at a stork shower Sunday table. IV
given by Mrs. Don Thompson,'''Mrs. Stereo background music was

Leo Champion and Mrs. W.B. Thompson -, the reception. We offer,the, ,, ,bereaved 50 Lb. Bag
at the home of the latter on N. a wedding trip to

Walnut Street. Freeport, Bahamas, the couple Is liv- family all of the services
o ,
The Valentine motif was carried out ing at Kingsley Lake.. No Limit
for the party. The refreshment table The bride is a 1978 graduate of
was covered with a lace cloth and Bradford High School and Is owner "'" involved in a traditional
centered with an arrangement of red operator of Small World Day Care t '
11 Subject to sell out No Rainchecks
carnations. center. / ...
Games were played and prizes Mr. Collings Is sports editor for the II l t' ", funeral and burial

awarded during the party hours after Bradford County Telegraph, Union 'h .'. Buy! All you'll need..SAVE
which refreshments Times and Lake beenestablished
were served. County Region, \ having
Among the 13 guests those from out- Monitor. l Due To preterit Costa..Price May
of-town were Mrs. Dee Wyatt Miss Out-of-town guests included the 'I. for
Sheryl Blake and Mrs. Helen Lyons of groom's family' Mrs and Mrs. Paul \ man Vary at Some FPC Locations

Jacksonville,'Mrs. Josephine Miskuf Billings of Watertown, N.Y,Mr. and
and Miss Tammy Walker of In- Mrs. Johnny Starling of Jessup, Ga., -f years in our facility SyntheticLANDSCAPE
terlachen. Mrs. Herb Nelson Sr.', and Phil Kinder of Indialantic. % .

Mrs. Don Champion, Sr. and, Mrs.
Linda Thompson of Gainesville. we are able to ,.

The hostesses presented the Valentine Banquet.At .
honoree with a pink carnation cor-' Grace Church provide our fineservices AZALEAS
sage and a denim diaper bag fitted ,Baptist .'
with all accessories Grace Baptist 'children's church
to you Several 'Colors-New Stock
: held their Valentine banquet on FrI- J
'Youth! (Banquet At day night Feb. 13 in. the church
Select Now
Grace Baptist ChurchSaturdayrt Fellowship Hall. at less cost. and Enjoy Beautiful,
The Valentine theme was carriedout

Feb. 14, the youth in the decorations.Host Spring Cdors- *$ 427 '
of t Jiurch held a Valen- and hostesses for the banquet Rep 2" 1 Off
were Clifton and Lanette Griffis
'The Valentine theme was carriedout Ginger Jones and Anna Ruth 10 or more 151. iii Each
in the decorations. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay ;
After the meal.Pat Crawford led Inprayer. Thornton. Beverly Vernim, Sharon DeWitt Jones

The youth were entertainedwith Grlffls and Yvonne Hodge helped SPRING ANNUALS
songs by Pat Crawford, accompanied serve the meal.
by Sarah Faulk on) the piano., Michael Huggins was chosen' as' Fune.ral.Home Favorite
Guy Stalnacker sang a solo, Peggy, King and Lynn Hodge was chosen as t Varieties
and Randy Crews a duet anda Queen. Chad Welch chosen 9C.AJd
sang 1 was as \
trumpet solo was given by Kevin Prince and Amy Griffis was chosen, as, '. :;;,' Trey of 6 Reg .
Scheeta. "
Andy Jordan from Madison Street Twenty-five '''yOung folks'Attendedand Starke :,. '%A. "fit *'J'I Keystone Heights

Baptist Church was guest speaker. .enjoyed a good time. 964-6200 J. ,., '*" < r 473-3176 r
11Jma. of the put activities of the GARDEN CENTER
Vu1' -
btyin younger,yean) were enhighlight ,Old VouKnow.:...,...... ; Vvt.kers", : a.' filORIOA
ed I all 'Hospital Beds :;Wheel Chairs & Crutches REfTOMTtOI

crowning The of'Pat of the Crawford evening as was King the Mr: and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook at- \p 539 E. Call St. Open 8 am-e pm

and.Tyf any! Griffis as Queen. weekend.tended the Tampa state fair over the r 9 4-5745 Starkei

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' Page 0A TELEGRAPH February 19, 1981Recent
Bride Shower HonoreeA >- ... 1
Did You, KnoW'f, .oil .. "
> : Mae Clough ol Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Ai Kay. Carlisle
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bridal shower in honor of Mrs. her mother: 1 I"Gene Carved Mr. and Mrs. JJO. returned Thursday from camping
p r Carl R. Peterson, whose marriagewas The tea table was covered with a hey Jr., of Seattle, Jackson from Saturday. to Wednes In the Everglades National Park for
an event of Jan 16, was held on cut-work linen cloth and centered Washington, was Monday night guest two weeks. They also visited Mr.and
Wednesday evening, Feb. 11, at the with an arrangement of yellow and ofMr.andMra.J.B.Hardy7 day. MrS.Howard White in Punta Gorda
Stump residence on Bessent Road. white daisy chrysanthemums In a cut- and Steven Moran of FSU was home for
Hostesses for the occasion were glass bowl. Crystal and silver dishes Mr. Mrs. Charles Myers of the weekend. Mr.and MrS.Randall Chism visited
Mrs Guy Andrews, Mrs. L.T. Crews, held yellow and white party mints and Tallahassee and Mrs.were weekend guests of Roller1. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Mrs W.H. Edwards, Mn. W.J. Ep toasted and sugared pecans. Mrs and Mr.Mrs.Robert A.S.W.Harrison and Mr. Nun.&Oard... and MrS. Herb Johnson and family in
W.J. Epperson presided at the tea Harrison of Ocala Sunday
person, Mrs J.W. Griffin Mrs B.C. the Confer Tallahassee on
Holtzendorf, Mrs C.H. Montgomery, service Mrs. R.G. Paterson served joined family on Sunday.Noreerya. :. line of
Mrs. R.G. Paterson, Mrs. M.R. cake. Assisting the hostesses duringthe Complete Purina Panda Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters and
Sanders, Mrs. W.H. Thomson and evening were Misses Janet Mon- Sal. family were in Fitzgerald, Georgia
Mrs Lila Rae Yawn. tgomery and Susan Edwards.As 1..Ier' Rosier1 Now on Nun. over-the weekend visiting Mr andMrs.
Garden At "
Upon arrival the honor guest and a memento of the occasion the 301 South Walnut J.S. Waters and family.
her mother, Mrs. H.P. H rres, were hostesses presented the honoree witha Center. ,&4-e14
fashioned of dinner plate, and saucer of her Compk5.lln.of of Ocala and
presented with corsages cup Purina...... Mrs Jean Cooper Mrs
white carnations with baby's breath. chosen china.Approximately. Sato Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marsman and Gladys Dean of Fanning Springs wereMonday
Guests were greeted by Mrs. J.W. tOO guests were In- Now'." Mrs. Lucile Crupa of Oklawaha were and Tuesday overnight
Griffin and presented to the bride and vited to call during the party hours. A.I..lor' NurtoryMl Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and guests last week of Mr.and Mrs.C.L.
South Wanut
Mr". W R. 'Ihmm...nn

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Cydney Henry Townsley Thomson AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE You're going to like Eckerd's

Henry Wed ThomsonTo March 7 {famous Photo Offer. ,/ ,

Dr. and Mrs. James T. Townsley of Twtclh Prints... Get an extra set of prints with every roll of
Huntsville,Ala.announce the engagement ; color or black and white print film developed and printed...
and approaching marriage of TODAY AND EVERYDAY.
their daughter, Cydney Elizabeth, to TwIce the Film Get two rolls of print film for the price of oneKodacolororblackandwhitewhenyouhaveyourfilmprocessed .
William Henry Thomson, III, son of hat
Mrs.W.H.Thomson,Jr.of Starke and Eckerd's..TODAY AND EVERYDAY.
the late Mr. Thomson.
Vows will be spoken March 7 at 2 'fw/c*"Guarantee... Buy only the prints you want. No R
p.m. at Mayfalr Church of Christ In hassle-even if the goof was in the picture taking.
Huntsville, Ala\
Miss Townsley graduated from -
Huntsville High School and is a candidate
to receive a bachelor's degreein ,
biology from the University of

Mr. Thomson received a bachelor's I ANACIN DOUCHE I "= BUBBLE BATH INHALERS
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nal Mrs.grandparents Lenwood Bobo are of the Starke.late Pater.Vasco I A.led.plM..Llm" ,. J 1113INCHReguleMM .. ............ ..79* ; / For pure sparkling clean

and Mane Forsyth. Great grand- .5 To keepyc, drawers neat&ore water.
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. 1 aanlzed. 'LACIMIIMT''LTlII I5N..npssoun.5..Hi fA- r
Dwyer and Mrs. Dora Taylor, all of
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Maryla Danielle Haefeker Eckerd Pharmacist is a hlghfy-trained professional,who's going to :

William and Katherine Haefeker of make sure you are completely satisfied. Every month he takes an ac- a,
Hampton announce the birth of a credited,continuing education
course so that he's aware of the ne.west.o'
daughter, Danielle born Jan. "
Maryia _
developments in '
drugs. Additionally; is
24 in Shand's Teaching Hospital. 't:1f'fil fi'" G1.f :R
constantly checking his stocks to Insurehe j LJQ 1 1mfilrfJ
Mr. and that
Paternal grandparents are ',.L.JWWL.JLf : :.. .
Mrs. Henry Haefeker and maternal he has just the drug you need when you need c.a..jL/WWL1. / ; .:-
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ken- it. And, he always tries to save you money 1fflml' ; 1
neth Cane, all of Hampton. with IiWa.JV VLlWIJ, LJI3GJ"Jr;] ,'
generic drugs whenever possible and by ; ,
-.- .. offering Senior Citizens discounts on : ,,: .7
Mr. and Mrs., Rudy Scogglns of prescriptions. There's something special your, 831 S Walput Stl..StarkQ .t
Starke and Mr.and Mn.D.NTJerklns Fla., "
about an Eckerd Pharmacist.
and daughter, Donna 01 ,MuvUle He cares ;.. ,
were Wednesday night.Feb.11,guests about your health.
<* Mr. and Mn. fti. HutaoS and
celebrated Mr. Hutson'i birthday at a


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St. Mark's t>>re-School May Expand Services I1F t Chnir To Perform Here March> 3 Steering Problem Broadway Musical
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St. Mark's Pre-School may offer expanded made available. Again, this can only The 80-voica University Choir from "Peaceable Kingdom" by Randall Wreck's TruckA Tf Be Presented 4
services beginning in August be offered if enough children par the University of Florida will presenta Thompson. Lawtey man lost control of his Fe'b'i: zi' in Lawtey
u there is enough community in- concert at Auditorium on Tuesday Following intermission the choir truck after encountering a steering ;
---terest. Pease call 9M-8914 before Feb 25 evening March 3, at 8 p.m.! v will perform "Zlgeunerleben" by problem on Bessent Road 700 feet ,.I.IDJ. }n'i'pMotiidr): rM: tei j't< an'rCope", a
"Thfant'careJ'probably; 'beginning at'" ''between the hours of 8 a.m.and 5 Their appearance is sponsored by Robert Schumann and "Flower west of NE 9th Avenue at 8:36: a.m. Broadway; *,musical' y :Jwtcki} Grant,
,age:3 months, is being considered p.m. will' b4 presented a|+\ a pun: Friday,
as, an"w"offeJlng. if :you are interested In one or both the Bradford High School Choral Songs" by Benjamin Britten. Tuesday, Feb. 17. '
; ; Also, care for elemen- new services.Mr. Dept. The concert will close with a groupof Donnie Hugh Crawford, 40, of 'f'eb:1": at'the'Lawtey Community
;Cdr;? youngsters\ ,after school may be The University Choir"has established Stephen Foster selections. Lawtey was treated by rescue 60 personnel Recreation Center by> the Black wn

tll', I an ever-increasing reputation for Admission! is $2.00.Hostages for injuries but damage to the Players. of Jacksonville<< ,
.''Iw. \ its precise and sensitive performance 1968 Chevrolet truck he was drivingwas Apre-show Social hour Is set for
of a vast repertoire of choral music. estimated at $2,000. 7:30 .Refreshments', will,be serv

.J! Did You Know...?...... The Choir will present a program of Held At $100 damage was reported to a sign ed. ;For. ticket, information' phone
';M _'. \ unusual sacred and secular choral Starke Nursing Home owned by Mrs. A.J. Barry at 1517 Bes 964- 794.'Tickets are $4.00. ,
works in performance March 3. For Heart sent Road. The play sponsored jointly by the
Robe..t Green' apa tent in'the. and Mrs: James R. Flynn of The choral concert will open with AssociationThe The truck was westbound on Bes Concerned Citizens of.Bradford County
Gainesville VA hospital for tests Tallahassee spent the weekend with sacred works by Sweelinck, Schein, residents,staff,and Pixies held sent Road when it left the roadway on Inc: and the Lawtey Community

I Ini. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dunne, Manz and Jennings. Sheriff Dolph Reddish, Chamber of the left side, traveled 36 feet before Recreation Committee..Proceeds' will
Scott in Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. Concluding the first half of the concert Commerce Executive Bill Wilson and striking a concrete post breaking it be split by the two groups.Watioit' .
I 'Ray Cooper left; Monday for basic George Flynn, Jr., in Starke. will be four selections from the J.R. (Jim) Lawson of the Bradford off at ground level, traveled 168 feet

training at Fort Knox, Ky. County School Board "hostage" for a on the shoulder, came across the '1IJl1tin!
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown of Methodist ransom of $50 each, Saturday morn- roadway sideways, struck a sign and 'I
Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw of Redkey, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Norman 1st Un. ing, February 14th. The ransom was then struck a pine tree then traveling : '
Melbourne are, tonight, Thursday Rigdon of Jacksonville Mrs. Silas Minister ReturnsRev. quickly raised and the "hostages"were 93 feet after it came hack up on the IDEAS::
dinner guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Brown of Cordele Ga., Miss Martha Warren Larger' minister of on their way home within a cou pavement. The driver experienced
Spengler, Sue Brown of Atlanta and Dr. and United Methodist; Church of ple of hours. WPXE radio kept ther difficulty steering the truck, accor Want
the First to gain on
Mrs. William Stephens and family of public abreast on what was happen ding to the Starke Police Department. your
Starke will return to the pulpit shrinking dollars? Like char
Savannah, Ga., will be weekend did
Patrolman Eston G. Mosher not
Feb. 22, after being away for six Meanwhile ity the battle against budget
Miss guests of Mr. and Mrs George W the Pixies held a issue a citation after Investigating the .
Elizabeth ,
weeks. bulge hegiris fat home. Analyze
Lawson I 6f Lake Brown. "White -
Elephant" sale in front of the
Wales is visiting her mother Mrs. Rev. Langer has been attending an mishap. ] your needs, exercise
home. The total amount tailed
H.A, Lawson ,in Starke and father, Steve Futch was in Daytona Beach Army Reserve Chaplain School in nursing for the American Heart Association your discipline and stretch

SS Lawson, a Patient in North where hey Feb. 12 to Moriday/Feb. W New YBrk.1)tn'ing was $271.50. Many thanks to the your Imagination before
Florida Regional stayed with friends that his absence the leaders and !
Hospital for several he you shop
Pastry Shop,Pizza Hut,Angle at Kentucky
days. Mrs. Agnes Morar and went to college *** in Atlanta Ga. members of.the church have very Fried Chicken and McDonalds T/F William M.Smith

daughter, Katie of Panama City were While there he worked Rescue at the ably led the services, with several for helping to make this such a suc Navy Hull Maintenance Technician An estimated half of
with her family over the weekend. Daytona International Speedway for guest speakers and the. members cess. Also many thanks to our Fireman William M. Smith, son of our purchases are madeon
1yMd t Daytona 500 and other races rioting helping out. "Hostages". Mr. and Mrs. William L. Smith of impulse, despite the
.and Mrs. George Muggins spent speed week Last Sunday, Feb. IS, the youth of Starke, recently participated in fact that, for most of us,
Thursday to Monday visiting their the church were completely in charge "National Week XXX' in the money is definitely limited.

daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roster of the morning worship service and is / I Mediterranean.Smith This means that what you
Oler Crosby; and daughters In Fort Nursery Gordon did a great ob. Taking part were Jeff A ; is a crewmember aboard the spend on the glamorousgown
Myers. Center Lawson, Stacy Denmark, Vicki frigate USS Patterson, homeported in you want (incredible
Complete line of Carver, Scott Polk and Anne Loperv A person's nose and Mayport, Fla. bargain though it is/), will no

Mr. and Mrs:Sherrod Hamilton and Purlno Foods The Youth Choir also performed. ears throughout continue He joined the Navy in July of 1979. longer be available for the

son, Paul, spent the weekend with Now on Sol. grow winter coat,you need!

their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. At Hosier's Nursery
Mark Hamilton in Tampa. 301 South Walnut

Capt. and Mrs. Robert Cooper and Among those riding the"Safety Ex ,
family of Crestview were Thursday to press" steam train from Starke to

Monday guests of,Mr.. and Mrs. C.L. Ocala Monday morning were Mrs.
Cooper X.M. Smith and granddaughter. Kari

Smith of Gainesville, Julie, Aimee
Mrs. Agnes Heath of Fort Lauder and Jonathan Ferguson, Rev. John
dale left Monday after 10 days visit Flynn and Bill Arflin and daughter, .

with family.Mr. and Mrs.' Bill Tilley and Beth.

Mr. and Mrs. George Miller spent
Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. John W. the weekend with their son and fami IF YOU SHOPPED SOMEWHERE ELSE LAST WEEK
Griffin, Mrs. W.H.Thomson and Mrs. ly, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller in .
Louise Hardin had Sunday dinner at Jacksonville and celebrated Jack and YOU PROBABLY PAID TOO MUCH!

The Yearling and visited the Marjorie son, Scott's birthdays.Mr. .
Rawlings estate celebrating Mrs.
Thomson's birthday and Mrs. Wit Mendeita and
children of St. Simon's Island were IT'S YOUR TOTAL
10.I.r's weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs J.H.
Nursery i G rd.n Monchief. .

'"' .' Cornpl.t. C.nt.r.KM of Capt. and Mrs. John Myers were in FOOD BILL THAT COUNTS

',.; Purina F_d. Tallahassee over the weekend
NowonSol. visiting their daughters, Kathy and

', '; At 301 Roster'South Walnut Nursery day.Trish and celebrated Trish's birth- YOU DON'T HAVE TO DRIVE AROUND LOOKING FOR WEEKLY


Miss Anita Green of Fernandina Florida walking horse show in ,
; Beach spent the weekend and Mr.and Tampa over the weekend where Gill '.

f. Mrs. Charles Fields of Jacksonville showed his own horse. '
. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. -
Herbert Green and Mrs. J. H. Fields.nand Charles Peters of Atlanta spent the n.
" weekend with his parents, Mr. and D'

*' *"jHGSN.S! Kingsley Lake., .Q''l.T'rft' '
Mr ; :S5THH7.: Hutson ,r.,,

'cele, ed,3helr 18ibRYMdtLlMgl'i'! h. .r, wJl7aeandMrs:1RAI6ISIMslsigett eild W*.- 111e" V, a I 1 ., r '
Mfr" "nlve* Jentln"'sDay.E'eb..1.,,.",,,,andMrs.Oaks.of PlantTCIty were Surf: RE'THAN'A
with dinner with Mr. and Mrs. D.N. day afternoon guests of Mrs. P.D. YOU M OTHER SUPERMARKETOR

I Jerkins in Maxville. Reddish.. PAY YOU DOUBLE THE DIFFERENCE IN CASH..

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,by Dolores Meng Bulletin boards and classrooms SMOKED EATING OR COOKING
displayed valentine hearts, cupids
JtJ phon9488.1915!
M' and other clever and beautiful : HAMS APPLES

decorations.With .
Bookrnobile, BUYS BUYS
The 1" bargain in town I The the aid of parents, teachers in PEnnYSHARK
Bradftallag4' Count Bookmobile all the classrooms conducted parties
serves (:
[thls8reaeveryTues- with cakes, cookies, candies and 68 68

day f| rt\l2:30 until 2:30 pm.. The punch. Children exchanged valen Oft BUTTPORTION LB BAG
Post ) 'CQ parking lot is the place to tines with their classmates. and LB SAVE I.'
check t hooks free of charge! friends. BAVE 30' PER LB
\, nlor flIIleJls.15 .:." Among those doing up the parties
EveS / or Is invited to at. 1". just right were Mrs Jean Clark's first
tend ttPetln J Hamptonmas graders.'Their gaily decorated table
held decorated cakes cookies
Berate CI nfridayattheIntothe can
City H w dies, nuts and punch. Since they had
@ )J studied a unit on Manners from books e CAMPBELLS /
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Chaii \ ..v"tt w. and filmstrips, Mrs. Clark .. ;
Gain |1\ 'irport on Saturday inValent1ne's demonstrated the proper method of TOMATO

time f| j bte Day Bir day Aiother, Mrs. Cliffordj with the greatest of ease and exper-
tiMe "The'children followed directions SOUP
Prevalj b sister, Mrs. Marcelline, .nH'fI
Camp :lthd family members in anorderly and enjoyable mannerto
r vlncNtRr
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Recta |rtfM( ; HC&ttieBviUe'&iturday, remembered., 5 4slMARKET

night ;,th(Z!.:"t. tebl' td with a Mrs. Vickie Beal' second graders lO.TSoi CAM ,
appreciated the lovely decorated
delicio dinner Charles left again on
Monde Carvel) Ice Cream Cake brought in SAVE HI'
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ty. .; a : 'and served by Mrs.Nancl Starling for

HaroIdlBranharn celebrated nil of-' their Valentine Party.

thday February; 11.Angie All the other teachers and students
Custer celebrated her 5th bir enjoyed refreshments and assistance-'I STYLE
thday February 12, by ttioughful mothers. eora GREAT
: :
Formal Valentine Tea l SLICEDBACON
Smith returned home Mrs. Carole'Stevenson's, GROUND
hosted a Valentine Tea on
from the Veteran's Hospital last week Buvs .
[following, ,surgery and treatment Friday in their classroom. The O BEEF PATTIE. MIX
there. refreshment table was covered with a Pt
Hank Lott: Is. home again following' red cloth. A cake decorated with red =

.treatment for several days at.: the roses and.valentine motifs, centeredthe OVER 98. OVER 98LD.BAVE
table. Matching crystal'punch
Veterans Hospital, LB
bowls ,
Larence Cosgrove returned home were placed at either end. "
Dainty sandwiches, cockles, nuts and
: GeneralHospital
recently., from Alachua ,
':' .,' mints were served. from,, silver- and
LaverrM Wellon underwent surgery crystal dishes.
last week at;,,Alachua General Girls dressed in their'Sunday Best' .
and boys with suits and ties and well -
HospltaLT* Visitors shined shoes,greeted guests at the en FIGHT BACK I
I trance. Parents and friends were introduced

and Mrs.Mrs.Belle*,Raleigh Brown Brannan accompanied of Lake Mr. to teachers, other students :
Bedford.'to Seminole on- Tuesday and guests. Students then Invited tileStB
to the refreshment table where
where they visited Mrs. Emma I
served cake and '
Campbell..They went on to visit Mrs. of punch ,
Brannan'* sister, Mrs.-'Harrison in goodies. I
Mrs. Stevenson has been
Dunedin./After sightseeing in the area d
rnlcieerrecnver//unstee' '
fine art of social to Isrxwriweo'resas!
graciousness :
they returned home on Thursday.. 19.1. DUB TO 00(1 LOW PI>,1CE..WC! RESEDVC" TMB"'OMT
..., her students each year, and the for TO LIMIT. QUANTITIES. none SOLO TO HOT 1
e pONsiaie" FO*TYPOC A HKAL tmo5..
Hampton Elementary Sch'ool mal Valentine Tea puts these lessons 1
into practice. This Tea proved to be
New Student
11'j one of the finest yet, having been enjoyed
Julia Greene was welcomed as a
students teachers and all
by ,
new student on Monday in Mrs.Vickie
who attended.
Seal's second grade class. Her guests
cousin Christopher Beckers, enteredthe Mrs Margaret Wadsworth was the
photographer> and was kept busy takIng
same day in Mrs. Ernestine Denmark'
of the festivities in all the
pictures '
sixth grade class. They both
attended ft:Palm View Elementary' classrooms tht day, .

School lityWest Palm Beach'beoro'. '' MI'si'Mis Claudette Peterson Celebrates Peterson ,fifth + ,
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coming to(Ms area.
V entine'r Day Parties ,* 1 ,?< .grade ebrwt teacherl th was Happy greeted'Birthday on .. .
Friday afternoon marked the time <; -
teachers and
when students showed their appreciation 'wishes by ;"' .; t. '. {' .
students. She had double cause to '.' ., &.
to their'teachers and.Jove tore: ,.' .j!, t, II> ; '
celebrate with that beautiful gift lhe'ba > .11 :I
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on display! Congratualtionsl '.. '. :' J -1.. '+
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Reunion Set for 2:00A BHS "Talented but W DrY"-... says- 'Hartley I

and 20 stolen bases in 20
like wins and 64 lossesup than'the District and Region champs runs ..
coach the most talent he's (something 12 But it's his raw talent e."
Bradford High baseball team that ha the look oboe of the best Tornado diamond Give had a to work with and he's supposed to this weekend) the BHS faithful off 1978 he freely admits. "Physicallythis speed the baseball 60 yard dash;a
its 1981 season Saturday -appropriately ever shoot back "Yeah, but just wait 'till team has got a lot more potentialthan
the beat ever-opens -
outfits ever-maybe Oldtimers Game at to be clicking his heels in joy that one, but the attitude's just strong arm, and lean plate power >
In the 2nd annual baseball.
of the
enough against stars ? that make him such a strong pro-
right there As soon as we mature as
The pressure is on for the Tornado not yet.
$1 LS. is planned as a doubleheaderso Wrong. diamond and for Hartley. Thus a team I think we can play with .spect. .
this men
Gametime Is 2 p.m.for the game, year Pulling the strings for a talented well Catcher-pitcher Goodge led the Tornadoes -
will be and do
of innings of work.Tickets far he doesn't think his club has anybody on our schedule
Tornado a couple freshman and
all the pitchers can get group has one big drawback when at the end of the in hitting as a
in the
demonstrated the attitude to with
adults and$1 for students. coaching still go has stung
$1.50 for Wise, compared with a corps after a sophomore slump
includes Stuart Duncan Tommy the talent. In his own words he enters year. .
Oldtimers roster tentatively the fundamentalsand since. He led the cluE
The to master ? the ball ever
McGee Charley trying makes this team no good
Jackson Prevatt Jimmy Prevatt, Ronnie Thomas, Randall Reddish BHS Baseball Coach Mike the campaign "talented but wary. Just what it the with a .438 average, 24 ribbies, )8
,Jeffery would inject gives
Northrup,Doug "I don't believe at this point in Or as Hartley
Jeremiah Johnson Keith prac-
Melvin about
Green,Gene Hartley can tell you all to be good. runs, 5 triples, and 3 homers as a
Norman,and Kevin Tillman. the added of living up tice we're mentally ready to start the potential last season while fanning just 8
the subsequent pressure the stars. junior
and for Well first of all there are
crowd Saturday, said week. "I'm
BHS Coach Mike Hartley is hoping for a big too is to that vast potential, of not falling season, Hartley last Clark and times In 78 at bats.On the mound be
That Kenny
Live Oak. game that within the next two weekswe Four year
Feb.28, agalfist hoping
home opener next Saturday, short of expectations.When you don't enter their senior seasons was 1-4 with 43 strikeouts and a 3.83
realize there's to the Bill Goodge
set for 2l.m."What is the support we have pre-season stars you can lose more game of and college ERA but improved all those totals
s going to make the difference as the year progresses could be the best and get away with it. But the Tor- than the physical part ot it.Don t get with the attention pro with his pitching in the summer.
said at school Monday."This it's not a cocky attitude, scouts.
In those close Hartley material. me wrong he's at
games the
get have Behind the
nadoes plate grown adept
far out on the of fact shortstop-
year ever here"he added,hoping for the best while not going too to Around school at BHS the talk is but it's one that has not matured yet As a matter (knocking down anything out of the
much "
more named the "Top
could Clark
back of early it starters. pitcher was
with 12
In us returning
the local support even
limb. "V we can get about the Tornado baseball team. scouts at a strike zone and trying to steal ojj
the Pro Prospect" by
he's pro
kids." from other schools Still; Hartley admits got
the students
The Tornadoes will be aiming! at the school record of 13 wins achieved by the When Tornado fans about BradfordHlgh'l tools to work with this season. "This baseball camp in Orlando in more BHS BASEBALL
fast-closing District and Region champions of 1978-79 (a 13-13 club) and with razz miserable record in boys year's team has the most talent of any December.He ripped the ball at a.427 OD page 14A
every starter back from the 10-12 team of a year ago that goal, and more events thus far this year team I've ever coached." Even more pace as a junior, with 17 RBI's 17 c
himself has said this year's edition sports
success seems well In reach.Hartley
postseason"physically has a lot more potential than that team (the must show) -- --
wins out of talent be
admits that the mental Intangibles produce
,with all but the home opener with Live Oak and a
BUS plays 10 home games being
Saturday afternoon,April 18,encounter with neighboring: Keystone Heights JOIN
7:30 contests under the lights! at BUS.
players and their parents, d '
available through Hartley '
Season passes are :
ad; $8 students, a savings
the front office Cost is$12 for adults tar
and from of $1.50 for adults and $1
$2 respectively the per-game price

students. first two are against the district rival Live Oak-Suwannee "
Bradford's games
Oak Tuesday, Feb. 24,at !
Bulldogs with the regular season opener being at Live last week 4 OUNTERQ
7:30. Hartley watched the Bulldogs edge Gainesville High School 3-2
behind fastballing Phil Washington and labeled the 'Dogs solid but not spec- .. ,

these One first-game fact under that its worries belt jitters by the the any Tornado time more BHS but Coach comes we is might.the to town.fact We'll that"They're Just Live have Oak not will going to overcome have to have four l: ::>Totallt Up! Check It Out!

that.Bill Goodge will probably get the first game pitching start with Chuck Johnson
behind the plate.. Hartley said hard-throwing junior Scott Alien would then get \
the nod in the home opener with Goodge catcbing.The rest of the starting lineupis
solidified. / 0 0eon0s
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Record-Setting- BHS Girls are 1 Favorites in 5-AAA. TourneyPageftA... l 4

history For the of Florida first time girls[ in basketball the short in the District; 5-AAA tournament with Eastside and GHS along with season's 11-9 ballclub. That was the Lady Tornadoes would be the host for 23-21 at the half but blew the game

playoffs Bradford High School will their 7-3 record In regular season play Buchholz this year and swept both first winner since girls basketball the Region championship game Tues wide open in the fourth period.

have, a team rated as one of the against district teams. That gives the games from Santa Fe and Live Oak. returned at BHS with the '79 team day night Feb. 24,against the Marion Jackson hit 11 of 12 free throws and

favorites in the district playoffs as the Bradford girls,along with top-seeded Saturday night's championship (5-12), the '78 club ((2-15), and the '77 County district winner probably BUS was 16 of 19 as, from the
rtSl0ie.IS| at Alachua Santa round Buchholz (9-1 in the district), a first- game is set for 8:00.: squad (3-8) all suffering through los- fourth-ranked Ocala Vanguard (23-3( s

Fe this weekend. bye through Thursday'sopeners. ing seasons and being eliminated in overall). Tracy Hankerson also was in double -

The Lady' Tornadoes closed out BHS can set two precedents simply the first round at the district level. figures in the 17-point victory over

their with a win at Live by winning in the semifinal round Fri Already the BUS girls under first- After the win over Live Oak in Live Oak, hitting for 13, while Mae
Oak lent Thursday. It was Bradford's Gainesville High ((8-4) will play day night.No Lady Tornado team has year coach Jimmy Thomas have set a which Hope Jackson poured home a Hollis had 8 points and a team-leading(

seventh consecutive district win after Eastside (3-7) and Santa Fe ((5-5) win ever gotten past the semifinals in new record for winning percentage In career-best 27 points to up her season 8 rebound.. Janet Williams'' had 4
an 03( league start and gave BIIS wins take on Live Oak-Suwannee (0-10) in district play and only one has gotten the modern era, even if they lose in average to 17.9. Thomas said "We're a like number of 'steals

In 8 of its last 10 outings and first-rounders Thunday night., that far Last year BHS beat Live Oak Friday's semifinal coming back around.We still have yet weenie Berry cleared off 6 rebounds
overall record. an 11-6 In Friday night's semifinals BHS In the first round to get to the semi's to play whole game In our last fouror and Vaunda Brown had four points.

will take on the GHS-Eastside winnerat before being wiped out by district If BHS can take the semi and go on five times out but if you can't get OrwMmIC.. I II II 21 M
f\ -Mow 7:30: p.m. with Buchholz's Bobcats champ Buchholz 63-45. to whip Buchholz, and BHS inflictedthe up for district you can't win it no I...Oak II 10 It 47BiMnr4t
Importantly the victory earned testing the Santa _...11 I,1711.Hnllli a 4-1*,William
Fe-Llve Oak winnerat Also a win Friday would break the only district loss on the Bobcats way. BHS was behind 12-8 after a
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Bradford ........ ..
the 511 .
second 01.41
1J.bows a.
: seed ( .1.
,,. position 8:30.: The Bradford: girls split with modern-day record of wins set by last 48-43 in overtime last month then the quarter at Suwannee and ahead just ..Berry I.'7. .." 1 ..a..Tpt.l.i 2110.10 wightm 44.MK9W8F .

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I JjUS Wrestlers 15th Region Green Makes State Mw \ ''' 'I-, n.I' ... ."'" L.
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);.wrestlers:1 Bradford were High 15th School's In last weekend's Tornado Live Region Crown with 125ft points to wrestled District I champ Corbel of ,...... 111'\. Iu 11..1__WrS.11N.I 117. .,..... t51. Cl., 100. I .... ?' 1. ... .'1.11''I r','.,\*,>,.'.' .'.....!<;" ..,j..\

(Region 1-AAA Oak-Suwannee County's 117. Port St. Joe 8-5 to reach the W"U'' 71. I.k..C..n-A.kllM M';\..,..... KWIIIY .r. .' .
wrestling tournament First-day leader Flagler-Palm Coast semifinals. There he lost to tourney tt'4 N.w 1.1pn1.1d....'*.OtytoM. ...._40%. I ;
at Palatka the lowest BHS finish at AA ._40, Intwtoclwn. U, | .
a M U. I.
school was third with 105 with Jeff "MVk.OrW4. f'J
Region In the four years since the host fourth runnerup Barone of SuwanneeCo. Ind .'._ndl.,. M'/i.' '.rt.S'."...S.M._.../,
lau 3A Clay with 100 points. 84 when the Bulldog wreslter H..'1'1...,., I.
: teams
were split away from The Tornadoes wrestling( fortunes scored a late reversal to win a match HIWmtltntowlM' .
the 4A division but Junior Billy at Region have dropped steadily sincea that was tied 4-4 entering the final II*. Ull OHIN((1))....WIIII._(CII.) ........Cw .
Green qualified for the state meet for third place team finish in 1978.! BHS k.M'("_)... IOM to run...v,.toff....*.(Sow)0-4 .
,the second period.In In' ', pnnW JM.IM. .... .. ,
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straight year. was fifth in '79 and 12th in '80 before ...... >nn
((1.1)) 1-1 In .,..... in HM|. Anflnm(Ckn) I
: Green was fourth In the US-pound taking th last weekend. the wrestlebacks Green decked: .... Iron(low).

tlass; Just two points away from second But, four of the five Bradford grap- Jenkins of Flagler in 4:00: to clinch 111. JOHN rOWIU (I) .... C_..'" (to) ... I*
and will compete with the best plers who qualified for Region will be fourth place. In the consolation) finals flMb 130.MIKE MdW McOUMII(PUN).HnM4 (rawn., (T.line).
I Imf
( ) ln4 to UuchlM T. .
AAA wrestlers in Florida in the State back next year along with most of the though a couple of arguable calls In HIM*Whit' (wk).........,..(rn). ( line)
Tourney to be held at Palatka Friday rest of the team. went against him and Mike Toney of I...1AIIII'IAUCU(I) ,lni__.....(T. HIM) BIN
and Saturday. ! nirtfwvp K-..... ,.... ..
Green won three of five matches to Bolles won third with a 3-2 decision. ( ) IH Inco.(C' )
list ....
.A As a team Bradford's total of 24 nail down his return ticket and Sfm..... < .4-'- Nort (Icw) 0In, lln.ll.
to the state Kenny Bright Larry Saucer (P.I).........(C"..).
points was well off the pace set by meet. He spun out for a reversal to both juniors, tied for fifth in theirclasses IN. I KINNITH MtOMT(I) plniwd Co.p.r (PI.. DM)
Ralatka. which lost six seniors to clinch 10-6 decision .to*.MM plnnM) ky llcky' II.... ,.., .
1 a over Williams of ,winning two matches and los- ((1M) I ,,
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1. to trd ,.._ ...... --
graduation but still defended its Lee in the Or .h (>*.) !... In llnnll
first two.
round and ing
then out-
Green Works From the Top

,1 Billy Green a fourth placer In last weekend's Region wrestling tournament

"! tries to turn his first round opponent over with a double arm bar enroute to a win

THE by decision.

Cagers Collar Broncos

REVOLUTION e But Let Wins Slip Away

It's Your Total Food Bill That Counts. Against Rams, 'DogsWhen

it rains It pours.A scorers with 19 points.

Bradford High basketball team ...... 10 U 17 17 M
Isdlwd 0 14 14 II (IlollMl
(and supporters) starving for any win il 14-M M.IwMwdi .
SMOKED it can get in a frustrating 3-18 season THompklni' I..'>, T........ '-1.1'. ttow
saw victory slip from its grasp again ....,......t0IO. Mwtl>.CU. W.NI...-.-..c._
Fisher free ....YAd'"' _So\.,.T.Mlu II I..A.
OUR! A I''C I t O Of f. WI.'t'M BACK'* Tuesday night as a Kerry
I ."it fi S JlfclOUe t p-WTH a R throw trickled off the rim with six BUS 41 .Middleburg 28
Rif'TT2RYll seconds to to allow Jacksonville
The Tornado led all the
0 Bolles to get out of Starke with a 56-51 cagers way
0 68 in a 41-28 win over Middleburg High at
OVEHf win over the Tornadoes. BUS had
Broncos gym Saturday night,
controlled with the
played a game patient Feb.14,but play was sloppy, much aiUvanVinan
visitors and shot a sizzling\ 53
"pmtittrntattina thtflosrCven harde' earlier BHS win over. .the.

... -, :-'\' !" -- -,------- to bear for Coach Mike Sexton and the fledgling Broncos.
Ben Tankard back after
tIt gtBJOI 101 Ilt came a
; BEEP BLADE CUT "We did a lot of the things we lackluster Job Friday night against
AGAR'SBONELESS Eastside (0 points, 3 rebounds) to get
wanted to do right Sexton said
CHUCKSTEAK datJ GROUND SIRLOIN TIPS afterwards. 12 points hitting on 6 of 10 attempts
.ears and grab 12 rebounds. Kerry Fisher
CANNED The scenario much the
HAMS was same
BEEP PATTIE MIX had 8 points and 9 rebounds, while Ed-
ears Friday night before the home fans
$198 die Thompkins and Emmett Watkins
$ sure 8 TO BUYS $ 98 only it was Eastside's Rams turning each added 6 points. Thompkins also
1 t68 4 the tables on a one-point lead Brad
98 had 8 rebounds.
OVER 12 LBS: L LJB :3 LB ford held with 1:32 left in the game to Coach Mike Sexton
LB 3 LBS LB BONELESS! BEEP! 6O28 CAM- record a 58-50 victory. In between the
SIRLOIN TIP SAVE ...00 Tornadoes chalked win number everybody against expansion
SAVE 30' PER LB SAVE 30' PER LB up school In with
Clay County
three with their second win over Mid-
900 students and senior class this
=:..JE dleburg a 41-28 Cakewalk Saturday .

E 0!]] >8 SOJ._ -' )\ '\ c night BHS In closes the Bronco out the gym.regular season year.ONO a 14 10 41
PENNY!" ** EB..MM. J0BNP4V! Mlddsk.ry
Sa ItE 171PINCHER S. PENNY SAVE You ";HENPeii COMPARE'PINCHER!! SAVE! COMPARE........ PINCHER SAVEPRICE YOU Monday night Feb. 23, on the road 5.5415,1. "'......In. 11.*. T....... t.0-11, Hews
.cqJV LB
LBJWuDd. against Santa Fe a team that edged I."'. tlilM 4'0-0, M.N,1.1.0, W.lfclni' 2.2.1.
,lets VA:lI: /Dd.n.HrYaNAO.5PPEE I...PRO..DYNE SPEEDAtrs.Oleo 2401 PKQ. PANTRY PRIDE MEAT ____ n.p ai.i"NYI.API MILq SEAT BHS 47-44 In the second of the I-0.. Wtnklw 1.1.1. Wllll.m.' 0 .-0. ..II 0-M. Dn l.
r.:1 ::: game "..1.'.....17./... '
..$te 'JLa-258 o _38 LJ: Grill Franks_ ?228 [+0IX. Sausage cMOxED;: ).?168 [e0 campaign.After that all that is left is ntokvrf Mo-..V..HI.hll.,...,2.O-d. W..1eI4.

I ... .. .... ... to be .. .. ,....
Ill H::.'i.L..oMII: B4. I PJilIINL'v" S.! .CA"' .GENERIC K4) 'LI" rANTffV coo. MIAMI Itoi pKOj LYIIEe PLUMPER"" mcATOR! the District 5-AAA tournament !! .-. 0-M. luiMll 0-M. RslIms
01.LIC&D.PIC.DLunch rJ played at Santa Fe Community College I-.,.TM .,.,...
GtioljndBeeL138 xo Grated Cheese! =o Meat---?1M [3 Beef Fr 1ki158 30IS. Feb. 20-28. Coach Sexton said Eastside 58 -BUS 50

ItCAUH VAYRMO,5R12II 51KE0C6Sil' Sea PKO.-PANTRY PRIDE 0 ....PKO..PYNE TASTE SLICED. ..PKO.iCWALTNfYORIAtr? 600 Tuesday night that his club will probably

Qtr. [k Loln ."J-S: J 30 3 Cream Cheese78c LJ: Meat Bologna fl38 :?:o:] Franks (CHICKE )_9 SO ::: draw Eastside (18-6 at Gainesville A scrappy Eastside Bradford High High's club gave
--- cagers
..t fIia.1I; ViMGINIIt'" f...CUP-PANTRY PRIDE n..0Li: CAROLINA PRIDEPorkSausage88: presstime) in the first round Thursday
12oi PKG.TYNE TASTE (18-6) all they wanted Friday night.
38W r.:1 night Feb. 26. As it nowGainesville
tmf. \Sour Cream78e I lJ Meat Franks_98* ii3OVin : Mia HS and Santa appears Fe would Feb. 13, in the BHS gym before falling

rA..o+Nt'aiNO'Ree.amLB61. '24.CUP-PANTRY, PRIDBCKEAMeo'. a H.MAUMKHWIiaiM aTKN LIVCII ....
H 60 Cheese (conAClE-I, a Sausage ,68* 20 Beef Bologna1M 122] with square Buchholz and Live Oak receiving score indicates.

; -: S__;:.;;.:.......... :* CAWOUTMMM ,=;" =;,j. ICMrKO tMNRRtC" HtVUnCNMIAT "LA".DNt/e 12..PKO:!,CRMIAND"' SREAIIPASTLink byes. Steve Marks who led the Tornadoes
KM4.I5O VHKCHICH om '' DUTCH Soar OS : with a 20 point performance,

I e11Cp qb La g8eJ 30 Blsc lts4/880 Q3 Olive l Loaf, -138 i Sausage98c. EOJPENNV Bolles 56-BUS 51 drew a charging foul and sunk two
free throws to bring BHS within one
.penny YOU I YOU "The difference was at the foul with 1:32 left in the
point 47-48 : game.
,! ..E EA.r1,14, 'PINCHER'i .tI T5 AVE J COMPARE S9B9 PIrlNCIINEPisa'IIICI! COMPARE ama: PPRICER CHEyou! COMPARE. .. M.M A'J' PINCHER PRIG! SAVE And line" Sexton growled afterwards. But the Tornadoes had to play aggressive -

...j PANTRY PRID"' *'. a PACK ..nt.Y P.,..t 1...HAMBURC-BUMELPEIU* __ it was. The Tornadoes outscored basketball in their bid to go

Daisy Shav r3/-1; 8 Muffins Q.DOU0279' E Tuna Helpers_85C l i the visitors 46-42 from the field but ahead at the last minute,and they ran
Waffles2.IPE02211 .' Bolles got 20 chances from the charity into foul trouble. Eddie (Bird) Thom-
9M TOOTHPASTE 2001 LOAF.SPLIT TOP OR REGULAR ".5"" stripe to Bradford's 8 and cashed in

Bagels(PLAIN' )-2/l [Qajll !!3 Colgate_. 89* (!!3 3ao' Olympic SSK. _69 Of: Pizza (APPIAN' wAY5) 9$ ls I 1 3 with 14 free throws to the Tornadoes pkins a drive fouled to the the basket Ram's at Merlin 1:11: ; Joneson Jones

..PK> p........,..iaao (!!3 Bread2/l09 0IX 2/$1 Q biggest came of the free shots, but that put Eastsideup
Bagel$. ____2/-1 [!!3 Stick Spaghetti the stretch as the teams seesawed 49-47 with time running out.

10..PROIEN TEH- "'<.PANTRY PRIDE BAKED! OPP ;3 LB BAORICO ___ back and forth neither leading by
: BHS was unable to score, and with
I h"'TIIT""ID.3/ 1 1T Toothbrushes 5/*1 99 Dinner. Rolls 2/79 0 (MOMOGRAM' ')_87 L JBUTTERMILK. more than the 45-40 advantage the 47 seconds: left the Tornado five lost
Bulldogs held with six minutes left In
the ball the game. left. Eastside rebounded a BHS shot

nnue Fisher drove in for a scooping layup and center' Harold Roberts fired a
> 1 nnn that made it 52-51 at the 29 second long pass to Marion Jones for an easy
D. n p ae mark and Bradford was right back: In lay-up putting Eastside up 5147. -

01 0 0 1 0r. the game when Bolles missed the BHS then had to foul purposely and
front end of a one-and-one with 15 hope the visitors would be off the

ticks on the clock and Ben Tankard mark but Eastside went to the free

rebounded. throw line four times in the final 30
w Fisher came across the time line seconds and widened the margin to
with 11 seconds to go and forced up a 58-50.

0 0 17.footer that missed but the ball In addition to Marks' 20 'points
BREAD bounced out of bounds off Bolles and Thompkins added 10 points and 10 re
BHS had another shot.Fisher'roledout bounds. Kerry Fisher added 8 points

of the stack formation sinking 4-of-7 field goals but Coach
IOI QJ1 and was hacked on the lob pass Mike Sexton would like Fisher to
inside with six seconds to go.The Tornadoes shoot more.

f' ALL POWDER'WISK FUNK WAQMALL8, had the chance to win or at Marks hit from outside as well as
I ENCYCLOPEDIA least send the game into overtime from closer sinking 8-oMS shots and
MILLER DETERGENT DETERGENT with the coming one-and-one and the kept BUS alive with some pressure
CLEAN UPINFORMATION students in the south stands Joined the free throw shooting in his second such
;1' ;.;;:...}BEER, 191!! cheerleaders in a laud BRADFORD scoring performance of the season.

$ YOU HAVE UNTIL MAR. 28 cheer when Bolles called timeoutto
$ -199 84os 269.IUbI 88A 1981 TO COMPLETE YOURENCYCLOPEDIA "ice" Fisher. OM*' 5141514.15

SET. But the win was not to be. Fisher's 5..1.14. 15121125.15IK1.
aA qxJ" , I't.' rt ,..t. .M..hl."21.w_...1-.-..c._.*...Wlnktor, 1-0>..
and rolled around and off the side of .
0**O-O-O,T_...-,.M.iiiMl.i .
the rim to cinch the Bolles victory. A Onrt.n JWM 4-1 t. Uterarfii Jww .-....
A9i.g I joj. 'T. rinNY P..CILIYNNM.T""M..511CNMI5e nM 1551. snowbird layup and) intentional foul ...i1i 4-0 l4.tllnnm.1-7.M.H.n JnnM'-"-'.Ttohil44
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.....'A,K Ip.T Yll1INCNLR: ,PRICE! .IAYI. ,Guarantee SgfjJlJiJSpjjJlQ Mamniprfta IIB.""'.....Ma.- gave the Bulldogs a game-ending t *

"t"r .. .' j.Bg$8; iTaTspi four-point play and the final 58-51,' .

Dr 1 i;; g-I-.t"(3( ( Y D'AIR JJUL YOU FLORIDA'S margin.led! BHS with ., .
: mE S TOpTA L1 .. .wo.rltl $8 17 points and' See pg. 14A
11 rebounds
while Fisher scored 10.
IROl4tNAp DI'1 I
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Bath T ss u e g nceInCa1d1Ig" LOW PRICELEADER
Winkler: 7. Eddie Thompklns snared
ISM.LYSOL LIQUID TOILET ,, ....._...r.5000IMM... Sill SOIISII......TES......" ."..,. .,. .,.... 10 boards but was limited to 3 points.
BowlCleaner2/ mB. ,,,..,, ..._ ..,_ ..
CODN/IO SOT L11 .OII.POOO..ln..uD..Q'.n.'... .... "We can't get them both scoring
PEE 01511 MAREITI PMI000N 151 IRACY NM 1.155 10 FOOD PANE I.WI LL PAY. 'OCI g For More SportF
******'AClLTL... DOU... 01P/ENE11CE IN CANE., together Sexton said of trig men
FabrlcFlnlsh89* [!!1 Tankard and Tbom..... "
=IB gt8g: g$8 scoring big consistently.: ".
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thia are visiting his grandparents Massey's brother-anlaw, Walter Hill, visited their son-in-law and, sister-in-law Mrs..Roger Eunice, on
Lawtey News Mr. and Mrs Robert Whetsel before Hogue in the Community Hospital, daughter Mr. and Mr., Wayne 'Saturday.Mr. I..'
!' .-. -4i going to England where they will Naples Florida, last weekend, Fri- Hardee and family on Saturday night. .and Mrs. Sidney Burris,of Mid-
make their home. day, Jan. 30. and came back Sunday Friends of Marla Scott regret to .dleburg, members of First Baptist
by Elizabeth Terry Nellie Wilkinson and aunt, Mrs.Daisy Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman Feb. 1. While there they attended a learn that she isn't doing weU after' Church,have been ill with the Flu two
Phone 72-3300 Boch. celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary revival and fellowship meeting at having had her tonsils and adenoids weeks and are now able to be up. Our
PERSONALS: Mr.and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Mr. on Sunday afternoon Feb. First Baptist Church Naples Park taken out Friday in Bradford Couty are with them. '
Miss Arthurine Blanchard attendedher Jack Estes visited his wife,Mrs.Jack 15 at their home. There were 47 per on Saturday and Sunday. Hospital. Our prayers are with her. Henry Hodges and Mrs: Vivian
cousin's, Mrs. Catherine Johnson, Estes, in Riverside Hospital, sons present. It was given by friends. Terry Futch and sons Christopher We are happy to report that Mrs. Crawford attended the stock. car
funeral in Jacksonville on Monday.Mr. Jacksonville on Saturday. Refreshments of cake, punch, sandwiches and Bruce, of Jacksonville Beach, Elsie Norman is feeling better after races in Jacksonville on Saturday. ,
and Mrs. Edward Roberts of Mrs. Florence Thomas and her mints and peanuts were served were Saturday dinner guests of their having been in Bradford County.. ni ht..
Miami spent the weekend at their sister, Mrs. Evangeline Lynch of Aunt Miss Elizabeth Terry.: After Hospital several days ago. Mr!and Mrs. Hermie Kelly+and Mr.
home here. While here she also Jacksonville, visited their cousins, Mrs. Wm. Wilson visited her dinner they visited her nephew and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howell, of Pom- Jack Estes visited Mrs. Jack Estes in
visited her mother Mrs. Beulah Nor- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice, on brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch, of pano Beach spent several days with Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville. on
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Hal Hamilton, in Jacksonville, Starke, Mr. Rembert Carradlne and their brother-in-law and sister Mr. Saturday '
man.Mr.. and Mrs. Michael L. Dobbs of Mr and Mrs. Buford Taylor of Tuesday and Wednesday nights.Back Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum, Jr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell. Mr. and Mrs Clyde Johnson, of
Raiford are the proud parents of a Jacksonville, visited their nephewand again Friday for the weekend. They Pastor and Mrs. David Brown at- Julius Eunice, of Starke, was a ,Orange Lake visited Mrs. Elsie Nor
daughter, Laura Lee, born Feb. 9 in niece AMS-1 and Mrs. D.R. put her in Baptist Hospital, Jackson- tended Bible' Conference at Temple Thursday dinner guest of his parents, man on Sunday afternoon. ,
St. Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville. Brown and family on Sunday after. ville,on Sunday afternoon to build her Baptist Church, Jacksonville during Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice and his Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Boch and Jenny -
Maternal grandparents: are Mr. and noon. up. Our prayers are with her. the week. sister-in-law Mrs. Roger Eunice. of Alachua, were Sunday dinner
Mrs. William Webb Jacksonville, Jeffrey McClellan of Starke, visitedhis Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Tues- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs, of Huntsville Andrew Roberts, of Starke was a 'guests of their mother, Mrs. Daisy
and paternal grandparents are Mr. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Les day with Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green Ala., plan to live in this area, Sunday dinner guest of Michael Starl- Bach, and grandmother, Mrs. Nellie
and Mrs. Bill Dobbs, of Lawtey.Mrs. McClellan on Saturday night. 'and their sister Mrs. Lavonle Griffis. close to their parents Mr. and Mrs. ing. Fanny Dillon of Lake Butler wasa Wilkinson.
Kelly Roberts and daughters, Melvin Futch of Jacksonville, was a They came for her and. brought her Arlie Dobbs. They have a trailer near Sunday dinner guest of Melissa Mr and Mrs.Danny Luke and Erin,
Heather and Amie spent a week with Monday diner guest of his aunt, Mrs. home. them. Starling. of Starke, spent Sunday afternoon
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Carl Prevatt and cousins Mr. and Correction Mrs. Pierce Crews and Emory Eunice and son, Deron, of with their grandmother, Mrs. Nellie
Gallagher and family of Miami. Mrs. Truman Norman.Mr. (Editor's Note: The. following. her niece, Mrs. Novis Ward and Gainesville visited his parents Mr. Wilkinson and aunt Mrs. Daisy Boch.
Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of and Mrs. A.B. Wainwright of Lawtey news was left out of last James L.Conner,visited Mrs. Ward's and Mrs. Harold Eunice and his
Palatka, visited their mother, Mrs. Jacksonville, spent Thursday morn- week's Telegraph due to lack/ of father, E.A. Sapp who has been in
O.J. Anders on Wednesday afternoon. ing with their sister, Mrs. Elsie Nor space. The staff apologizes for the North Florida Regional Hospital, ,,of I ...
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Norman and man. delay.) Gainesville but is now at his son's Brooker ,News
daughter, Jessica, moved to Miami Delbert Jordan of Buffalo, N.Y. is PERSONALS: home, Dempsey Sapp of Gainesville.
Friday Feb. 6th from Lawtey. spending some time with his brother Miss Elizabeth Terry was happy to Friends of Mrs. Jack Estes regretto
Mrs. Ann Brown of Jacksonville and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. learn from Advent Christian Village, learn that she is patient in River- by Mrs.C.E."Sue"Davis at 'the First Baptist Church in
visited her friend Mrs. Lois Carter on Millard Jordan and family. Dowling Park, Florida that a side Hospital, Jacksonville. Our phone 483-1344 Keystone Heights recently.The .
Tuesday morning.Mr. Gary Thompson of Gainesville, thoughtful gift was made to them by prayers are with her. Church choir is working on a
and Mrs. Wayne Hardee had a spent last Sunday afternoon with his their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. J.C Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs, of Cantata to be presented' in the Church
birthday party for their son, Stephen, mother Mrs. Daisy Thompson. Shelton, Jr., of Umatilla, in Memory Jacksonville, were Saturday supper (Editor's Note: Due to lack of spacein Easter Sunday.
who is 7 years old on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts of their sister, Mrs. Joyce Futch, who guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. last week's/ paper some of the The Youth group Is very busy prac-
Mr. Harold Bivins of Waycross, celebrated their 28th wedding an- passed away January 28, 1981. Arlie Dobbs. following news is from, last week. We ticing for the Sing Festival to be held
Ga., visited his nephew and niece niversary, Valentine's Day Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Dyal and sons Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman and apologize for the delay.) .at Stetson University April 10 and 11.
AMS-1 and Mrs. D.R. Brown ana by eating at the Red Lobster In Kevin and Kenny of Misawa, Japan, daughter Rhonda and their mother, Brooker Elementary School Each Monday night the youth group
family on Friday. Gainesville.Mrs. will spend several weeks with their Mrs. Ola Starling, attended the bible Many thanks to the ,citizens and meets at the home of Rev. Jim Coun
Mrs. Danny Luke and daughter, Robert Lee was in Keystone parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal. conference at Temple Baptist parents of Brooker for being so tryman for an at home Bible Study
Erin, and her sister Miss Lynn Heights on Saturday to help her great Elder A.E. Massey and son and Church of Jacksonville during the helpful last week during the Parent Hour.
Whatley, of Starke, were Sunday din nephew Bode Cline celebrate his third daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne week. Volunteer Week at school. Musical Festival
ner guests of their grandmother,Mrs. birthday. Bode and his mother Cyn- Massey and family visited Elder Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter of Clay Thanks to P.T.A. Mrs.Jim Countryman will be entering
--- The principal and staff of Brooker some of her music students in the
Elementary School would like to F.F.M.C. Festival to be held at the
thank the Brooker P.T.A. for the University of Florida, Saturday,

laminating machine they purchased ,February 21.Brooker.
for the school, the concrete area installed Baptist Church
In the front entrance of the The Adult Valentine Banquet will
school, supply money and the rentalof be held Stare Feb. 21, at the Holiday -
6 systems 80 machines. Inn in at 7:00: p.m. Guest
Guaranteed Advisory Meeting speaker for the event is Dr. Phil Sim-
There will be a School Advisory and mons. Special music for the occasionwill
Executive Officer meeting (Tonight) be presented by Donna Purman.
Thursday, Feb 19th at7:30 p.m. in the Both Donna and Simmons are from
school library. Planning for future the North Central Baptist Church in
projects will take place. Parents are Gainesville.
invited to be present.P.K. From the family of Charity Grimes,
Yonge School will send two a word of thanks. We wish to express
consultants to help diagnose State our deepest appreciation to each one
assessment results for grades three of you, for the flowers, food, visits,
LOW PRICES and five on Thursday, Feb. 12 and love, caring, and consolement shownto
again on Monday Feb. 23. use in our times of bereavement.
Brooker Elementary Activities for Your kindness will long be
the month of February will be a visit remembered. God bless each and
from George Washington and Abe everyone of you.
On Lincoln on Feb. 20- Patriotic Day The Kindergarten and young
Health and :BeauA Brooker Wins at Soccer .children, 31 strong, along with 12
On Saturday, Feb. 7, Brooker mothers, enjoyed a hamburger and
Elementary Bulldog Soccer Team hot dog supper sponsored by the
\ traveled to Lake Butler to play their church recently. Games were played
first game. The game was very close and at the close of the party the young
the first half till David Hamilton drill guests were presented party
ed in two scores. Then later In the favors.Friday. .:_
MikaSmith in .. the 13th.wasn.'t JLbaddapfor
arRlr[ P lrt. NI, game put one ? -
FAMILY CARE ,:: WAxinllM TOO. Wont PTHuatUICE SOLD To ttufavr el ALeA.lxt NOT Rlout ettMA"W TO LIMIT ,Lake Butler played a fine game.-Due.. 22.youth and 6v ehaperooesnl6dthe i
._ .r w --.I,, A 1'Tw",0 nw wtir ort. N tM oPlnNY ,H-rtis ifljj-'playerHha Lake Batter elf,I ch"'.....who en .....ipCdtthltoplzza!
OT F'IC ... team went the whole game with no. parlor and bowling iirGainesviHw
._ f \ ,. ,!<| > ; YOU rlNNY YOU substitutes. Final score; Brooker 3, The young people were guests of the
>*<* ij ffiiwk COMPARE PINCHER PRIi-B SAVE COMPARE wneeeR'Rice 8ve Lake Butler 0. The next game is Evergreen Baptist Church in Lawtey
iEifAMEL7iSstitjr. I 100-2SO M.O. TABLETS :: 1601 BTL.PANTRY PRIDE. r.J scheduled for Saturday Feb. 21 at 10 Sunday night. The 18 young people
Vitamin 99 L?3 3IOO Alcohol"___39 Io a.m. in Brooker. Coaches for the presented a special musical program
\x Brooker Patersonand during the worship hour. While there
I I I"C. COUNT BOX OP 30.ALL WIDE team are Buddy
PENNY r Anacin Tablets$199 EaI Curad Bandages 99* Ltlot David McKnight. Coach for Lake they saw the movie, "Burning HeU".
Butler is Bob McQuire. The team
c,,,., So.BTL. -SOLID RED, BABY OR UnSCINTEDAfrJn O Ems; wishes to thank the parents of the opponents Scouts to Distribute
"" I'tASALSPRAY' _149 S0 ArHd ANTI-PERSPIRANT149 L 30 for the refreshments served Goodwill Bags ,

__ PRO.OP IS. 1M, MJICH DRV,UNKCnTID Oil MIQ.DIOODHAnT U after the game and also the parents of The boy scouts will be knocking on

ft fti = Dristan Capsules_$13 ro Ban Roll-On 11& 130 Brooker for furnishing transportation. your door Saturday, February to
Good for
with Turn
I .The following players were from present you a Day
4m* i *
Brooker School: Goodwill Bag.)The Scouts-ask'that
Tish Goss Tammy Tomanson Pam you help the handieappedj>to, 'help
HAIR CARE MEN'S CARE Willingham Danny Wilkerson themselves 'by donating' itemP of

1\\ CUTEX BRBRBBBBBBBBBBBBBRBRBBHBBBBBBRCOMPARE' Johnny Prescott, David Hamilton clothing, shoes toysv'eterrflhyfifing' )
NAIL' POLISH 'INN' YOU Mike Smith, Mike Navalany, Junior that may be'setliiCehbtd.'T! !Scouts
/'ICIIU.ACOMPARE; / rKSB.! IIAIII YOO Prescott, Craig Brigham Kandle ,will return 4I't'h' T/W'iJick

REMOVER IQULARORLIIIIO" a B !.....HENNA SHAMPOO OR CONDITIONER'RICII __ TWO PACK- RAZORSNature's PRICE Smith, Joel Brewer, Tim Davis <>I''up and.deliver I. the''otq'fags.tttCoddwill..D noaieq
rJ Duane Mott, Thomas Moon, Connie .
,f Organic149 [so Gillette Swivel 271 !!: Foster, Lucille Foster, Gerald Mace 4-u n,"b t\ews3"11018. 'I ril
(: 7.a LOTION OR 4.. 401: 5 9 PENNY Head S Shoulders_$I9 0 Edge f I39T ::: Parde. Wayne Polk, Al Louis "and Deborah Green. fJjrwtoIf, t.1> ,ah
BTL. .l MFHO9OL O*4al rUMP r Trampus Drawdy. entered! liv ) ,kBtddStale
NIOULA IIIAOII4jn,inTIO R I 1 f TginpaJait
SAVE 30' n )* fA rJ Brownies .Fair'held in 1 wesl.snd
Rave HalrS.pray8 iG Kathy Hobbs and the. Brownies, : arn ..a ay wlth.seYPr'1 rihhnna rn
TNlt/el want to thank everyone for helping to youth, Deborah received two blue rib-
[FEMININEHYGIENE @I i make their recent bake sales a suc bons. In open, she placed 2nd showingan
K W 111 HI cess. The girls will have bake sales Ayrshire and 3rd showing a Hols-
Friday Feb. 20 and 27.The funds will tein. Deborah was accompanied to
BABY CARET go to pay expenses for a trip to Disney the Fair by her mother Vlrs,Stanley
World. The girls have now finished Green
You T smsism.m.mmm.m.m smm.m.m.m.mi.m. .i.m their yam Octupus sale:and wish to THe 4-H'ers were liiOriif..i--'ear;

COMPARE'iceR! SAIII I L I COMPARE PINCHER PENNY! SAVE YOU' thank all who are supporting them in Lowell Parrish has resfgrwi, ft exten-
BOX OP JO-"' r-- PRice their sales. sion 4-H agent to acceptaJJobwith} the
New Freedom...?249 eo e WetOnesf."v" 790 ro The Brownies made paper tissue Dept. of Agriculture in allahassee.
... 0 flowers In heart decorated baskets for Adult volunteer 4-H leader M.J.
BOX OP JO-MINI' .ADe. ..*.POWDCP).!_.....
Mew Freedom179 I eo "' --J HAMPOO ON LOTIONVaseline Mrs Eva Harrell, their "Adopted Green announced the date of county
Penny Baby149 10 Grandmother" and some of" theBrownies' events of the 4-H has been.. changed, to
v- "real grandmothers. .March 21.
I II w; ;:.t 88cL 3T Girl Scout
The Junior Girl Scouts of Brooker Around Town
tGENERIC visited the Florida State Museum Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and
-.-. recently. They are working on the Mr. and Mrs. James E. Janocha all
people of the U.S."and learn- of Clearwater, were the weekend
ed about,.,.{the different cultures, guests of Rev. and Mrs. James Coun-
,'' displayed in the museum. The following -, ,tryman. -
girls"attended: Angle Starling Those visiting Mrs.. 'E."B.; Crosby
Angle ';.McClellan, Sondra Green and son,Jimmy,during the weekend
I Sabrina Starling, Christie Nipper were.Mr.,, and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt

MM BTL.BALtAMConditioner PINCNeaMouthwash99C Jeanna..Andrews, Diane Tetstone and children of Claremont and Mr.
g 9 9* I;] I m Denise Tetsone. Wendy Tetstone, and Mrs. John Zapp and daughter of
4>l BTL. NAIL POLMNRemover. NlMOTH Cheryl Griffis and Sarah Crews. Gainesville,!
3 9C g XATRIM j New River Baptist Church <\ TerreHGreen; and daughter of I j PENNY '. Debbie Crutchf ield.Drew Andrews', ''Macon Ga..and Mr.;' and Mrs. Alan
s4gc r DIETCAPSULES The Youth Singers and The Church Greeh and children of Wildwood were
Cotton : Choir all placed above average at recent-guests. of their. .mother; Mrs.
the Associational Music Festival held 'Roy Green.
B bsh"p0.99; g .* ,- .'

$249' Fortune Federal Youth Baseball .
PKO. Will Return'ClockAnd Slgn-Upg Set'For"_, '* i/'J'Feb. -

OP20m ?21. and FeU- 28\: f's I
sAVe et.toI Temp. Display Registration for'yoUUi'DasebaU!' in I

I M Residents of Bradford'County can Brooker Is se,for the next two
,once again look forward to getting the days, Feb,3\ and Feb. 28, at Satur-I
: B B Guarantee ''tlme-c>f-day and current temperaturefrom hall, according to Clerk Linda
fBn an illuminated'electronic sons IRegiatratiop

G1 display in front.of,the local Fortune< > will take place from 0!
YOUR TOTAL! Poop SIL TOO MORB 1 Of Federal office. I
: OH WE WILLDifference : a.m.until ndon for all boys s-It years
auJ "A new unit'will be Installed 'in* let age for"te Ball.;;Minor League,II
3L>c foa the in Cash! c PFr1IVY Starke about the last week in Major.:League., and Dixie Boy
czg; NEWS NOWIP YOU SAN PIMD LOWER 'February in response to the public's, 'ibaaebaUA :? t1G il
...000' oOUSLEERIMO IRE DIPPERETC' .IN u....c_,*..*"*<:"ON request to have this valuable'public The youth to io
bring$ for theif
:m CO.INONAAAET.NOT U.. .on., POOR PODS PAIR, IIINIIED PPOISYtS TAPS AND ( service available." Leon R. Hammock registration fee and parent ilgn a
B/1 oo president of Fortune Federal, their registration' 'form, 'says a. &

gBgmiii: 'iiIBR Ji stated.>A special' lighting cerernoAy will be Robinson.t- \' .\ ; rr.H.lH; .

held at the office at noon on March 3,- ';" Pin'. ,
I 1 according to Harold Davis, t ,aTl 1. a 'n"f"j \

) of Fortune Federal'office 'in Stare ,.. ,-: :d', n1', tN _
aPaBlot -- 'We want to Invite all of our friends i ,of motHr-.
and neighbors to attend the but go where the money.It.'
ceremony Davis said "and we'll Alfred Lord Tennyson .
serve refreshments after the official
lighting of this new unit." '

I r f'' 1 u



LEGALS--' * .* * register said fictitious whatever In the GEORGE ROBERTS,

.. name under the provisions VARIANCE! should appear Chairman, Board of Adjustment I
NOTICE OP b fore March. 6;' 1981. of aforesaid and be heard at the ( City of Starke.
INTENTIONTO The nonconlldenllal l portions statute- time and place prescribe A.I Crosby, Jr..
REGISTER of the applicationare Dated this 19th day of ed. Secretary. Itchg 2/19.

FICTITIOUS on fil. In' th.' FebruaryA.D.! 1981 In u

NAME Regional Office (at the' Stork.,. Florida 2/19 Some used believe could control the wind
people to
they by tying or untyinga
above address 4tpd 3/12. I
)) as part ___ Community News ;J handkerchief.will .
Pursuant .to Section of the public file maintained __n ,
865 09 Florida $tatute.. by the Corpora. City of Stark. ---
notice 'li hereby glv.n Hon This file. Is Notlc of FilingAn by Elizabeth G.Walker terminate Sunday with the 11 Church of God In Christ: Tuesday 7 deacons and trustees will be held
that the undersigned available for,, public .Inspection Application phone 964-6683 a.m. service. AU members are askedto pm Bible Band. Friday 7:30: pm. Saturday 2 pm. Choir No. 2 will
Steven Goodman 1537 during regular For Community Negro History Month Theme Role cooperate with this activity. Rev. Pastoral teaching Sunday School 9:30: rehearse Saturday at S pm. All
,McCollum St., Stark., Fl business hours. 2/12 Development Block Model For Youth Sylvester Bright will be the speaker am. Morning worship 11 am, Evening members are asked to attend the
32091 sol*owner doing 2tchg :219. Grant Funds The final chapter of Negro History Friday night February 20, 1981 at worship 7:30 pm, with the Pastor in Fellowship of Churches Anniversary..
business at GOODMAN The City of Stark has Month will be presented Sunday 7:30. charge of all services.
FENCE CO.. 1537 Mc. NOTICE OF filed an application for a night, February 22, 1981 at 7 p.m., The area missionary meeting will Greater Freewill Baptist Church: Mt. Moriah and Pleasant Grove
Collum St., Stark, FL INTENTIONTO Community Development Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church. Mr. be held Saturday 11 am. AU membersare Each Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 United Methodist Churches: Sunday
32091 lntndt to REGISTER Block Grant for T.M. Alexander Sr., Insurance Executive : asked to attend, February 21. Bring pm. Each Wednesday 7:30 pm the School only.
register sold fictitious FICTITIOUS Fiscal Year 1981 from the of Atlanta will nartiate "The a covered dish. Circles meet. McKay and Lee's Circle
nam und.r th.' provisions NAME Department of Housingand Mt. ZIon A.M.E. Church: Friday
History of The Black Man", will meet at Mrs. Johnny Mae Cuffie's
of NOTICE The Victory: Temple Church of God:
aforesaid IS HEREBY Urban 7:30officlal: board
Development.Citizen meetring. Sunday
home. Circle wiU meet at Mrs.
At 8 Minister Bright Blye
Sylvester Members
statute. GIVEN that the undersigned objections to p.m. School 10 am. Reverend cordially welcome you to
Doted this 3rd day of desiring to the filing of the application will be the speaker. The Lawtey Community and congregation from Philadelphia Mayberry Nancy Bradshaw's home. Thursday their worship service each Saturdayat
Choir will also several 7:30: Story Hour Friday 8
pm pm
February, A.Dj .1981 In engage In business must be made to: present Baptist Church will conduct services, 12 noon.
Junior Choir and the Junior Ushers
Negro Spirituals.
Bradford und.r the fictitious
County name Department of Housing 11 am.
Florida. 2/5 4tpd 2/26. of DRAW-TITE. INC., at and Urban Development Concerned Citizens Meeting.The Ebenezer Baptist Church: Each will rehearse. Sunday School 9:30: St. John Baptist Church: Church ser
monthly of the Con- a.m. Morning Worship 11 am. Sunday
Washington and Ch.rry 661 RiversideAve. meeting vice second and fourth Sun
NOTICE OF Streets, In the ,City of .. Jacksonville, cerned Citizens, Inc., will be held Thursday 7 pm, prayer meeting and School teachers meeting immediatelyafter School Sunday.
bible class. Friday 20 day 10 am each Sunday. Choir
INTENTIONTO Stark, Florida Intends Florida 32207.Complaints. Monday February 23,7:30: p.m. in the and will, morning services. Evening Wor- rehearses Wednesday 6 Friday
REGISTER to register the said name to DHUD R.J.E. Cafeteria. All members are Philadelphia congregation ship 6pm.New pm. ,
FICTITIOUS with the Clerk of the Circuit regarding the application asked to be present. conduct service. Sunday School 9:30 February 20, business ordained
The of Churches Brother David Ross was a
NAME Court of Bradford should b* mod CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Fellowship anniversary Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer
County, Florida.. within 30 days from this Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. will be held at 3 pm. Meeting each Wednesday 7 pm. The Deacon, Sunday February 8.1981.

Pursuant to Section Doted at Cleveland, dot. The application Is Church: The church 71st anniversary Cooperation is expected: from all monthly meeting for the pastor
865.09. Florida Statut., Ohio, this 22nd day of on file at the City Hall members.
January. 1981. ----
notice I. given Community Development
that the undersigned, RLF CORPORATION office 209 Thompson -
Gilbert G. NeUon by /S/ Robert L. Fisher, St., Stark. Florida
owner doing business President. 8:30: a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for
as MAGNUM CONCEPTS 2/124tctig3/3. public review COME

Rt. 3. Box 184 (Rd. 100S). Jerry Wadsworth,
Slaric. FL 32091 Intendsto NOTICE OFINTENTION Community Development .
register said fictitious Director. SEE
und.r the TO REGISTER 1tchg 2/19.
nom. provisions r
of aforesaid
Dated this 29th day of HOSPITAL
January. A.D. 1981 In Pursuant to Section The Board of Trusteesof @
Bradford County 865.09, Florida Statutes Bradford County
Florida. 2/19. notice Is hereby given
l/29/tpd Hospital currently accepting -
that the undersigned, proposals for
NOTICE OF Thomas R. Edwards and management of this

INTENTIONTO leRoyce D. Edwards, Rt. facility. The Board I Is Interested
REGISTER 1 1. Box 315, Lake Butler In
FICTITIOUS 32014 Joint owner. do- Proposals only.
NAME Ing business under the Interested parties must YEAR SUPPLY
firm name of DIAMONDE notify the Board of )
Pursuant to S.ctlon RANCH LAKE BUTLER Trustees of their Intentto
865.09. Florida Statut., FL: 32054, Intends to prepare and presenta
notice Is hereby given register said fictitious proposal for Management OF VACUUM BAGS
that the undersigned name under the provisions Services at the

lean T. Odom. Jr., Rt. 4, of aforesaid March 16, 1 981 Board of
Box 1210 Stark, Fl. statute. Trustees Meeting
32091 sol. owner doing Doted this 5th day ol This notice should be WITH PURCHASE
business und.r the firm February, A.D. 1981 In received no later than
name of LEON'S PLUMB- Bradford County, March 2, 1981. All Interested '
ING SERVICE Rt. 4. Box Florida. 2/121tpd 3/5. parties should '
i t'qd 'tia
12IO Stark. Fla. 32091. b* prepared to limit r chY; ;, s
Intends to register said! NOTICE OFINTENTION their oral presentationsto ; $ OF ANY NEWHOOVER

fictitious name under the one-half hour.
provisions of aforesaid TO REGISTER Address all correspondence
statute. FICTITIOUS to Mr.
Doted this 10th day of NAME Dan Williams, Chair.
February A.D. 1981 In man Board of
Stark. Florida. 2/12 Pursuant to Section Trustees, Bradford .-- --
4tpd 3/5. 863.09. Florida Statutes, County Hospital 922 E. Wer .ell i1-1YM
notice Is hereby given Call St., Starke, Fl FEB.181h thru.23rd

NOTICE that the undersigned, 32091. CANISTER'
1tchg 2/19. y'ir e ,4'
Th. Florida Bank at James B. Rowell. Jr.,
Stark.. P.O. Box 310. P.O. Box 113 Stark. Fl.
Corner Jefferson and 32091 sole owner doing PUBLIC NOTICE DUAL EDGE BRUSHERS!

Clark Streets Stark, business. under the fir" Notice of Applicationfor AVG. 1 BAG PER WOo

Florida 32091 has made name of STARKE Variance: FREE ATTACHMENTS .
.' application establish a.... .RADIATOR SERVICE, 661! .,. Notice Is hereby given ,
Branch.In the now voconti.ntqkrpoeIbIosP .North" :? Temple Awed that The Board of Adjust- ..
cork'WI wStaffke Fto.vezo-!."*....*,-wwnhMaf. IK>.....,..-.... .' r ." .. ".,...wE FINANCE> ,OUfl O .
nor,of Bradford Square. ,tends to Florida,' will conduct a ,WITH ISMY :"EW"UPl IGHT
Shopping Center U.S. titious name under the hearing at 7:00 P.M., In

Highway 301. Stork., provisions of aforesaid the City Commission
Bradford County statute. room City Hall Starke,

Florida. Application was Dated this 10th day of Florida on Tuesday PROFESSIONAL SALES & SERVICE
accepted for filing by February A.D. 1981 In February 24. 1981. to
Florida. 2/12 consider, a request for a
FDIC Stark.,
on February 2.
1981. 4tpd 3/5. VARIANCE from the :Jl% N. Ilwy 301 Phone:

Any person wishing to minimum lot width requirement AL YOUNG' VACUUMS

comment on this application NOTICE OFINTENTION of the R-1C Starke Fla. j X564-6911VE
may file his or her Single-family Medium

comments In writing TO REGISTER Density District on the . Regional Dlrec- FICTITIOUS following described ,. .
,tor of ,'th. Federal parcel of landCommence :
NAME ..... .. -
i ,Deposit Insurance Corqi at SE Corner

poratlon-iciMrs: Regional Pursuant to Section of Lafayette .::1 j.1Jt." :)

la Offleoi i located: at 233 865.09, Florida Statute, Westmoreland East 353 ft. for St.a FOB and Real Estate News.BradfordUnion ,.,,.., ... I "........ .._- ................ E7ABf
an"IQ! "tree),Street) N.Eyf) notice Is hereby given run
h .ee ,Harris that the und.r.lgned.E.W. then run South 500 ft.
alTo ::240 ft. North 500 ft. Realtor'''News'Marguerite : ""
East 60
'' Alton-.. Alton
: Hayes 601 S. Baked 'potato skins brown better if they're covered
I Rd., Stark.. Fl.. 32091. West 60 ft. to FOB Ex S with
II person4deskesro proPat' vegetable oil before. being baked.
Address of
167 ft.
Pears l1tPreslde't
sole owner. doing Rhea Gainesville announced. Mrs.
the granting I business under the firm Is 700 Lafayette St.. Realtor, will be the guest speaker Rhea wi 11-Speak on the Farm and
plicptior,,h. oivshfs a nom. of AIRCO Stark., Fla. The propertyof Feb. Land ISUtute"A:' '"Realtors and
o, F. and 19 (tonight) at 7:00 p m. at the ,? .
CI& i If George
rlgf'itJiJ o h. 0"she HEATING Alrconditlon- Associate '...'
1f "Ib''d "' Florence C. Randall. Garden Restaurant for the monthly urged to at
| wrtftert'riotl; ;. of' '
9''His athWInfOnt, with.. the'' '.' Ing and Refrigeration Each and every PER dinner meetin of the Bradford-Union tend. ,
S. Alton Rd., Stark. alpb T\
.601 Bryan Real
bllB.g'lttW.I. 1 blracfoKTUn,"t" 01/< t). Fla. 32091 Intends to SON having an Interest County Board of Realtors. Lillian ;,.,\ 'PQ l'r: : ( Estat<
f.T .i/l.-'i t 'I I OStft ttf "_II.* _
-, *'u wr uf .*r.
dn suld owl t/ vwItapies .1.0 ; .J I
Aaiwods bn& f .' :' I ,">-. "e vOT & Call St.atoll .) rn
if ; ....nwrwmc, ..,w.r+.,..,.
n gnty.
,. .. w **, ANYTIME
of Mifnagmrp I '
,f.... n 'I MONDAY-FRIDAY 9-5 p.m. SATURDAY 9-12,

it91nsf2 :. .. ".!: REA[ ESTATE BUYS .'. itg'.J; Evenings and Sundays by appointmentftalih

Tag Tt (j H u9N0.7;I t' .. I ._ P. Bryan REALTOR
: ; .MINT CONDITION Inside and out on almost I acre Int
<, H J> now! :{
,1 f.' C L"'Ae I( wn-3 BR 3 full baths- Block home. Id. ram. Rm. C."t.I .
I r. [die, ( '. J. : 1'; ItCALTOR Hoot/air Almost now stow .... t dishwasher .

A .; .,f 45000.
.. '"
1.-,. \ I ; .
.; ?.", J- :,: f 1'
':r.:: ....PrN: '''''' !",..:, q I I :f 9 64-5231i MODERN BRICK HOME Just Inside City on 1 aero 3 St.e .
f 2 lath ram. Km. Fire Ploca Cont. Heat/air closed

,, : s CONVENIENT to shopping'' and garago- B pecan troos- Con pay equity and assume l%%

; _. > Real Estate schools. This 3 bedroom 2 Mtg. of appro $2.300. Total cosl$4'.*00.

;: bath homo with over 1,400
sq. ft. Is priced for a quick
lAilnl J'j. You can tnJIt.m sale at $33,500.CLEAN. Mobil Home Cent Hoat/alr ft wood burning hoator.

'1.RWIDR: 1.3. i I FAULKNER 964-7828 ese N- Temple Dishwasher stove .... Good cond. $27,700. Can
e 91q,0 ,
\ COMFORTABLI. assume existing mfg appx.

h t REflLTY.. ..OEOROB ROBERTS- Broker CONVENIENT describes. this 3 -N.2 BR rromo. Cor. Lot Scroonod-ln front porch .

ASSOCIATES) bedroom 2 both homo. closed In bock porch. 22500.
,Weekends and
I 1"fj 'f 9B4-5OGS rB:: Richard Roberli .V44-5595 Evenings Ann Godwin Call Central heats 01,. 37000. GRAHAM RD. 2 IR-Prame. on 2 acres with pecan pear,
( Fl0RlLMJ 44-5BSf fig, ft citrus trees room for another homo or mobile
} B Pats*Slices T'44-457f Norman" Hedding.9f1d96f
), NEW LISTING home and rant house $27,000.
Rf.Al.Tt.. : i i John. Smith'....6217
221 laf R.ft.Aere..IrornYYt.hbaa t Two lots In the .2'I\\, .
fhen.9f4.7700 i A HOMES- STARK Southeast section of j:
rhnenisl.S.M' :..,. lot-Collins.
w. OO' PI.
: 3BR, 1/. frm. .
393 N. Temple Avenue OHIca Space For Rent Starke. $5.000 c"I" I 3 Acres ft Up$3.000A. lawtoy City Water and sidewalks.
with warehouse
lots Walnut
2 St.
Frame home an .
down ,
r#> 12% 10 ,no %% Int.
. ,::>>:. Hows.Far Rent on RENTAL INCOME. 2 M. (o..I"I..Iock.. city h.iL .2BR, I II. Blade liod.Fenced, nice :1320 425 Pinewood St.D,. SPELL IT l-l-V-I .w.5-L-1- -SR23OI E'/c eons fine strand of harvostablo; timber.
-31.11. : Searing
$p.deu.fsedroern 2 surveyed for 9 lot subdivision 122.100.
Walnut 5f. CallLynn. 3BR, 2B. 2100... ft.LA.oprx. 1A. w/mt. .pta -lOOW.
bath home
OVER I MM SQUARE PEST heated area, lets of storage ,2a: ; : on I aero In
-Promo home:good location, 21 Perk Ioc.
close. .. shopping area large yard. c_ .". Cathedral callingsIn .Appro*. 20 acres US 301 ga s to Railroad Wooded
.3 Bedroom. I Both In ci: 'f. OUT-Of-TOWN HOMES the Great .0."'. $3,000 per A. with ,_..

ty. fHRIVINO lUSINESS-rtwy. JOI-oood frontage. .>3BR, IB. lrm.2) acros 3-cor garege-M.L. Starling Rd. SSt.SOO. -20 Acres wooded r pines .22,000 and $24.000 with
.1/11of acre, no I lavrevoments. -4SR. II. Ireme, largo lot. Lake. Butler.3B torms.I .

P .,M State M. STRAWBERRY'ACRU-Nko 3 B.. 2B Brick home with 10 .> .:2B, Stucco. Fireplace 301 South. LITTLE FARM I

15 LettcV 14. .. .cm.. largo lot. 2 mobile. .homes-Sampson Lake ./. 're..hawlth... '.I Aero mobile Homo $4.000..
Size'.W'" /...Baby Sit? _. \ -'5.ea11fu1,151.2$. brick opx. 10A-W. of Lawtey.Prame proximately 4 acres "of
Nursery for for 20.5 ACRES--Hwy 301 North. Appro 700 frontage L.... 5 IR. l/. 'lg.awtbldg..apx.4Vt\, tero Rd. farm land. $33.500. VI HAVI OTHER LUTINGS-CAU US FOR ALL

'20C Legal i detail. *. home. Sums Included. .'3 M, II. fre..... 100x75 lot. WI...... 'hi ......-......ovn.....- YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS.
STzaWhibfouWall .1.71 acres SM Old Lewter. .Peel.,!,.,..,. 2_. Brick-Country Club area.largo COUNTRY HOMI CALL US AT''/.nll-ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHTII

Road.It We .have several .1.rlcocf In..... SO'...One..may, suit appro*.5A.,3B*. 3B $... 1001., Needs sear. .ic: .. ASSOCIATES-AFTER HOURS
Ifc Rood 225.:outof A ,
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Lawtoy several 1 Improvements 'l!" rr..d..Glltody.. I f\, ACREAGE pecan .-. $27,500. Lillian C. PoarsonBrehorSalosman VUkl. I "ow.11.L.UIJ.iI.U
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110 W. Call St Vomle Ode s, Brokerj1, !1OM. I'' Lucllle..I.OK.1 SALISMAN4B420 .'It sere Mobmi (Ieni.INWo.dl.nd Acres. Patsy Lswson-H4-4927 SyMa Reddish WardBrokerSalesman
Vernon Reddish
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2 Starke Businessmen. Praised for Their Help With BBS, Band.

Floyd'Settles of TG&Y: and',John Settles has also helped the band Contest rating superior; District ded; the DRum Section expandedfrom

Miller of the Bradford County with other fund raising projects The Concert Contest rating superior; five to 12 players; new uniformswere
'Ik Telegraph received plaques of appreciation Band Boosters and Band wrapped state Concert Contest In Cocoa, FL purchased;; Marching Contest
for their support and con- Christmas gifts for the public In front rating the field
excellent; BItS Flag at the UF rating superior.
tribution to the drive to raise funds for of TG&Y and had a concession standIn Corps was formed to perform with the "The students Band Director Mike
4 -1 new uniforms for the Bradford High the parking lot..Settles helped sell band; the 1980-81 BHS Band Camp Woodfin and Assistants Jim Poronto

Marching Band. tickets for the Jerry dower Show was held and was a success; the majorettes and Jim Brownlee put a lot of hard
The awards were presented to Settles held Jan. 16 at the BHS
stadium. received
their training at the work, time, and energy into making
and Miller by the BHS Band The band played music in front of band the band
camp; Flag Corps received the BHS the best a band of
Boosters at their Dec. 9 meeting and TG&Y following the Christmas
their training at the band camp; which Bradford County cand be proud
- Christmas party. Parade. The band also played Drum Corps STyle Marching was ad- ,. ," says Mrs. Griffis. '
: : L Settles and Miller saw the need for Christmas music the nights of Dec 19
___________ new band uniforms and together they and Dec. 23.Accomplishments.
l a 'came up with plans for raising the of the Bradford .
much needed money for the much High School Band, under the directionof I
: :: : needed uniforms, says Band Boosters Woodfin are: 197940! ( Marching COMMENTS ON THE OUTDOORS
President Lanette Griffis. Need for.

new uniforms became a priority when .
the band was drenched in the 1979 w
homecoming parade and shrunk too United Pentecostal Church .' rtJIT

,, much to fit many of the band 204 N.Water St. \
RrNr ...
\ k : members. Pastor: Rev OL.Wells

: After a meeting with Band Director 964-7420 .7
'k Mike Woodfin former Booster President Friday: Youth Service-7:30p.m.
I Lila Rae Yawn, and then Booster Sunday: Sunday School-10:00: a.m., .
M Vice-President Lanette Griffis, plans Evangelistic Service 7:SO) p.m. EXECUTIVE: DIRECTOR -

for a uniform drive were put into action Wednesday: Bible Study 7:30: p.m. mini um i rim WITH nil eunniiu
and the Bradford High School Obey Acts 2:38-39: You cannot get -
<. ___.Y>___ Band Uniform Fund was started. good to get God; you must get God to
Settles and Miller went to Bradford get good. During the next two months, some were in addition to the either-sex hun-
Lal'ninghollt Art.' .. County merchants and asked themdsto decisions will be made which will ting permitted during archery season
Crusade for Christ have direct effect the deer and the antlerless deer permits issuedto
:\11'11\1.1' itl Hi ,,\. UK11 I MJI ,ml 4 cl a lose look at a modern painting at the help by giving a donation. Contribu- Lawtey Recreation Building, Feb. hunters a of this state. upon private landowners with
public 'IHir.ii UKSIOHI' -, I i'' .ire KneelingAngela llewett and Andrea tions from businesses and organiza- 19, 20 and 21. at 7:30 p.m. Various demonstrated deer over-population
lie-writ; M.uirluu-; ln>i \l I I 'MII \JIISS.Iyssa Wessells Shannon Elliott, Cathy tions made the new uniforms possi- speakers from this are and from San- .
.'.1( koIIn.11....., l-ii:, Misli.ivf.)' ., and Stacy Jones. ble. Total cost of the uniforms is ford, Fla. Everyone is welcome. The situation being addressed by problems.All these
date from
the the
Florida Game and Fresh Water gathered
of had be
$11,580. A deposit $5,625 to
The Lord (is coming soon, Let's get
hunts in but indicationsare
paid when the uniforms were ordered.Conservation. Fish Commission Is what antlerless are not yet ,
ready. deer program to institute for the up- that antlerless deer hunting on
Students( Brownies See Art coming hunting season. some basis, will continue to be a partof
Florida deer management has the state's overall deer manage-
High !< Miuieiiii and Brownie scouts visited the art exhibit, entitled the Commentsby come far from the early 1900s when ment program.During .
'International/ Pnntinukors as Colorist," on display until Feb. 20 at the Bradford regulations were enacted to protect a the public meetings con-
Lilir. ducted during the last two weeks of
County Bern Smith imum of 6 feet by 10 feet between sparse, struggling population.By .
The students viewed the works of 10 internationally famous artists including the 1970s some 150,000 hunters January several proposals were
I'uvisso and :Nunn who have used! color in composing their prints. The art exhibit Soil Conservationist plants. Two rows to five rows may be were annually seeking whitetaileddeer brought forward as to the options and
Trees and shrubs with
Windbreaks planted plants withinthe
is .made possible! with (the support of the Ringling Museums and funded by : alternating from a herd which numbered alternatives on a statewide antlerless
the State nl Florida.! SM Librarian Dan Smith Shipping was donated by Gator planted in the right places can serve rows. Best protection is given if toward 600,000. The research, protec- deer harvest.
Kmghtways. many useful purposes. Windbreaks shrubs are planted on the outside row tion and who did not have the
management practices put Sportsmen opportunity -
reduce wind erosion and of the windbreak.
Mrs Iilil.i Oev( Mini some Jti students from Bradford High and Brownie Troop protect crops into effect since the end of World War then to comment may still
'Iin., led by !Mrs! Linda Rohvi. ..nlll\lrs. Cheryl:!> Moss, viewed the works Tues- from blowing soil particles. They provide Many kinds of evergreen and II have resulted in deer now occupying do so pnor to or when the recommen-
shelter for livestock and broadleaf trees and shrubs
, Fob Iii.Recently cover are virtually every bit of suitable dations are presented to the five-
for wildlife. Noise from and suitable for windbreaks. It is
Mrs. Bubble Sue I O'Brien and five art classes from BHS viewed theigncd highways Impor- habitat across the state. member Commission In Tallahasseeon
other can be reduced by tant to choose species that
sources are March .
The 6
lithographs. changing status in the deer
'1 he public is cordially in\ fled to come to the public library to see the pain- trees. Around the home, trees not only' kind adapted to your soil and provide the population from an alarming scarcity Among the options under consideration -
add and raise value of windbreak desire. Red
tings, says Libuiriun Smith. beauty property you to full capacity and then some, has by the Commission are continuation -
but can also reduce home heating and cedar,.slash pine, loblolly pine, sand resulted in a corresponding shift in of the current antlerless deer per-
cooling bills. pine, Ligustrum, cherry Laurel,
management practices.As mit system on private lands but on a
The location and layout of wind- autumnm olive Pyracantha, and wax demonstrated less restrictive basis statewideat
the anterless a day
Starke School News by ;
Elementary breaks should be planned carefully.The myrtle are just a few that may be us- deer hunting allowed this the end of the regular hunting
past season,
kind of want will ed. be from
protection They purchased
you may
there are many portions of the state season where does are legal game;
These students determine in part the number of rows most commercial nurseries or the which need to have reduction in the and special doe permits issued by a
:.Mrs. ..CJl1M', t.MIl:: ('la'lac were super spellersfor and the density of the windbreak plan- Division of Forestry.The .
the three weeks Dana existing deer herd. In order to main- random permit system.
( a Arts has past
program ting. If want maximum protec- conservation values of wind
enhance Bowen Moore Selena Norman you tain a healthy viable population There is no question that Florida'sdeer
I II icon by the use of the Ryan tion at the ground level, plant more breaks are numerous and now is the ,
Videotapes and audio The Hence Thomas, Terricena Kittles, bucks as well as some does must be herd can sustain a carefully
system. shrubs time of to be bare
dense-growing root
or evergreens.To planting
removed from monitored doe harvest. What remainsto
Eric Audra the herd.
'; ( and Redding, Brantley,
u ncc! Living Things) story
cultivated fields with wind-
Harold Chandler Kim Dukes Felecla protect large use seedlings. Help planning a More than 16 special antlerless deer be decided is the direction the Com-
<'i;. sics scrips! ol tapes have been ,
tall trees shrubs. Spacing for break be obtained from
Hankerson Donna Allen may your hunts were conducted wildlife mission will be taking in order to
ni'i-,1; henefirial to our clas-i It has McKelvy, on
building and soil protection can be a local Soil and Water Conservation
Porter Kevin management areas during the maintain a healthy, viable deer
Doug Rehberg, past
b'-i'ti Junn
a "super" to our> unit on minimum of 6 feet by 6 feet to a max- District.
:Sen:" flee All of the :students have impiovid Crawford, Karen Hodges, and Cindy year. These special permit hunts population.

in keeping up with their Samons.
tt.M n,If'!' I-idhif' cards and pronouncing These students were super spellersfor -_. --
t tlv in at homo and si.'hoolM.ino ; the week of Feb. 9: Barbara
Green is most improved in Smith Sean Starling, Matthew Wat
her spelling and math skills. Fernando son. Brian Clemons, Renee Hewett
llernand' has been working) hard Marvin Lane, Jesse Arnold, Shawn I I I
mi classroom behavior Steven Diggs and Richard LeNeave. ( I I II
Fra/icr and l.iwi Richerson have:: both Perfect attendance for first
I>('('n most helpful. semester: Rhonda Alvarez, John 1
:Marie Green i.- our supt-r Special Bell, Kevin Crawford, Jeffery Tyson
4 Il 'mpic's Star Marie traveled to and Robbie Craven. i
Patrick Air Force Base last month tr.i.uficipalc The following students have finished JTsAnnouncing
(. / in the Area-H.isketball all of their homework for the past
.initti She placed first in three two weeks: Laurie Mobley, Selena
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i ". vnl.s, winning Mue! ribbons A Norman Suzanne Sapp, Barbara I"II I II I I I" thank >ou to, ,Mis. S trong frum Smith Matthew Watson Shari Cain, I I
?>!n!students Wo iu> looking forward Ken Fillyaw( Renee Hewett, Karen
I ti> .the Sum nier! ''track' and Kidd"ilitvial Morgan. Patricia Parado, Sarah
01\ ii plc'; tt.DiieIn I begin in Woodard Audra Brantley Kevin .r
M.irvh. 50 nii'ttT I>uMi, :Standing:) Long Crawford, Karen Hodges, Shawna
Jump, mill Helays. arc some of the Blom and Rhonda Alvarez.lrs.l1c'lelland'IISth .
.inlii'spited 'Vt'llt" .\ Grade the installation of Our ,-
The 5th grades have completedtheir t
'I"'I IOIIC'\U..t hinderkarlen semester of Social Studies and
(Happy Uirlhil.iv goes( to DicrdraMoleeio are now beginning a semester of r New Printing Press. This Press is P
( N ho relebiiiteJ her day on Science Activities. We began with a I
January 21 She was 8i \ unit on energy one of the things we
i fur class! hut. been working/ hard. to had studied was SOLAR energy. Designed for Quick
earn all the letters of 'the alphabet Words like fossil fuels conservation,
\\c d"'OJ'.'ttr'd our room for Valen nuclear solar, geothermal tidal '
ones: DaOur( loom is gaily may soon be familiar sounds. Mark Printing : This means Same Day .'
docorated with vuU'nttnu hearts and Marshall and Sharod Patel made
liii'liuts of (;c'orgl''ashill tlland 100% on the Energy Unit Test. Our ?11 ? *
4Q service ( in by 8:30 out by 5))
\hrahutn Lincoln K ndergarten; has next unit is on the SOLAR system:
M lulled :Mr 'K during the week of galaxy, universe space. One thingwe I
Koh :? t\\ Next we \M III|| study Miss Y. are studying is our own solar o qu I
Airs.: (.::1\ 's.'iiil. ride: system which consists of a sun Sol I''

I Honor Hull sturlcnls will he II..ll'lln and 9 planets Mercury, Venus, ir'
the Telegraph soon Earth, Mars Jupiter Saturn, oil'
Spelling Honor Hull : Carla Uranus. Neptune, and Pluto. Mrs. :1 n PLUS Check
s'ephens' : Kelly! Murray. John Deinptv Kimutis, our aide, gave us a little : :
Jason Hughe ( 'had Welch.KM sentence to help us remember the r
'k>' Wish.irt: KmiK: I Lee, ;Nickilai ;! order of the plantes: Mary's Very 1t19 d lit I
i ei-i. Julius ll.irclcu,: ('Ide l eSIIl'i Eager Mother Just Served Us Nine
Ui'hwca Stowc, Jfiinifer Hcnrielt. Pizzas. .
\in\ AlU-n/ t rivr:, I\Ioh.s' and Cary Congratulations All Social 1 Our Watch For Our i H
hart I ) Brewer Studies assignments for the last 6 1,000 copies
:bath Honor. Roll Carla Stephens" weeks completed: Rick Kimutis, ... Weekly( SpecialsPrices" I
Kl'lIyIurray: John Dempsey; .Jason Robert Thorpe, Penny Hsieh, Dewey I I I
Hughes. Rirky Wishart. Emily Lee.ickita Dougherty, Sharod Patel, David 81/2X'11 .
\ Reed Julis, Harden, Jennifer Thorpe and Esther Martin. 4 '
Itmoctt. and Mist i Fill. : Soiiieiti-r/ p"rf'l attendance :Mrs Winkler's 2nd Grade $18.90
L.ishnun !Mel ray; and Cory Griffin; We happily add Mark Crawford to :
:'Mrs... KIVUIT'N :hid Grade! : our class roll. He transferred from ..

:Mrs Brewer's class gives !special Lawtey. i 3
MH gnitinn to some u"> their (fellow! Many thanks to our mothers who '
,'I.I"II1:1I's, who /made un A on every sent goodies for our Valentine Party 1i o' 1
Spelling Teat' during the third six-: and a special, thanks to Mrs. Gladys 8Yz X 11 .s $1: 8Yz: X 14 I I
uf.-ks period: Reggie!' Sheffield Francis for helping. t
David. Keaton. Dane! Robinson Prizes were awarded to Danielle 50 copies 55.85 50' Copies 6.15 '
Jc.itK'ttp! Daniels.i Annette Karshner Smith, Clarence Williams, Alex Coleman 'jl
1.1:1ru"j: (..... SI1t'rJ'a Il.'rl., Lisa Burros and Eric Brown for 100% in loolcopies' 56.60 t'l100 Copies, 57,25 I
('on ratuliitlOns to these capitalization and to Shae Blom and '
sturionls Lori Starling for 100% on the News 200 CO pies' 58.00 200 Copies 59.30 ?

.\"'.. :\II"II', 'i.s .H-il Grade; Ranger Reading Test. "
59.40 300 Copies 511.35
Super Star Spellers recently are: Happy Birthday to Steven Johnson 300 Copies

Shane Greene" Travis Long Shaun whose birthday is Feb. 23 and to h 400 Copies 510.75 400 Copies S13.35 ; I .
Nn'hols. Kun Wishait. John Lopcr. Missy Maslowski. Feb. 25.
Adrian Kuhn. Demetiius Bolton, Don- Mrs Patterson's GradeA 500 Copies 512.10 500 Copies S15.35 I I j
nit- Franc Adrian :Mosley, Alton Valentine Party on Friday Feb.
Voung. Wade: Campbell, Chanda 13, was enjoyed by all. We would like ':.,.. 1,000 Copies S25.35
Wouds. Cvottf Co mt fIIuglas0): Sitvibul and Brenda refreshments for the party. We would 1,. '.
ScalfVo like to say a special thank you to Mrs. II A e 1

\ arc very proud ol Tommy Retha Hodges She came to our party :'' Serving Bradford County for 103 Years

Katki-oin Ills hog! won grand champion and helped by serving refreshments.Mr i .. q'' t ;,
.it the State Fair in Tampa : .Moxley': : 3rd Grade i
recentlyJlv.:; Super Star Spellers for the week of
: r.iUjTsiiu's. Ith dliiileSpelling Feb. 16 are: Tommy Balkcom, Shane mljJIIJII1f](!) (Plululm

Super Stars! for the week of Green, Travis Long Shaun Nichols. IC ? Sr
Fob :2 are Barbara Smith. Marcia Sam Norris. Ron Wishart John I I I
Bros\ri. PatnoU Faratia/ Marvin Loper. Jimmy Gamble, Debra i "
Lane, Jess Arnold Sliauna Blom, Browning, Michelle Conner 964-5764 110 W. call St., Starke I II f

Angela l. Davis. Richard LeNeave. Stephanie Cruger Carrie Davis
These Muil Mils were' super spellersfor Adrian Kuhn, Rachel Tyson. Patricia r i
weeks Laurie Rosier. Demetrius Bolton, Jason i il i
the. two : ,
past I i I ? I I II P I I I PI n i p n I r l r r1 I nJu m
Mobtcyi;' Suzanne Sapp Sarah Smith .Crawford, Alton Young Russell I I y
Valtiei DeSue.. Eric !' ugent, :Mama Thomas Tara Desue Kim Hampton. iJ.
Brown. Shari Cain: Patricia Parado, Angela Parrish, Regina Snell, Chan-
Lisa Adkins, Todd .:lIiot, Mitch Gray da Woods, Evette Covington Jamie
Terry: Rodgers, Chris Taylor, Pam Bowen Chuck Wilson; Patrick
Thornton. Coretha Da nltl Juli Marks, Felicia Aaron Carla Ford. f
Jackson Tammie Tj'll'r and Jeffrey Gayle Douglas, Kunitha Melicio, Noy l t I I
Srivibul and Donna
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.. \, \ Teacher Keeris'1 if \ i'l t ,;tij Rea r.Ji1th: and 8th Graders

";.. \'Make ,byJudyneeker ft' I. agriculture., ,After earning .his high a. '"?'My goal:, I saii i Dr.,Abdulla,,"is to ,\'.' the"; :"Bradford: Education,Association have ever run across"

ianguage.. Start I simple. Speak their :school diploma in science Dr. Ab- ,,help students at/ any,,level It makes for;which hd is the Minority i Affairs Dr. Abdulla believes that teacher
''IeveL'" This,is atl the 'student's .dulla attended the University of my toy,to be"Close; tot W kids.,I feel i Contact, person. His hobbies are licensing exams, such as the one
'dt education part of the philosophy Baghdad where he received his BSc. ,love.and respect for ,,and,,from,the .travel/ sports, reading and garden- Florida began this year, will upgradethe
that He )
.gr6gs .Dr. Frank Abdulla also holds a MS from the University kids."He commented that he enjoyed Ing. He and his wife, Bess, currently teaching profession. He added
Ighlb with him to his seventh and of ,Tennessee and a PhD in horticulture teaching/ ata, university, but that:theclaasesIJack ,' :reside in Gainesville. that teachers have to believe in what
ord,Middle science lasses at Brad- and biochemistry from i personal-contact with Pete Powell, alternative education they are doing and to interact with the
J StudenU t in School.Or. 'MississippiState/ University. *'(Jhe' students.. t .. .; :specialist( at the Middle School, says students. Frank Abdulla definitely
learn from the: Abdulla's'classes' Dr. Abdulla held several positions Frank Abdulla is a member of the ..'of his co-worker, "Frank is undoubtedly believes in what he is doing -
demonstrations many he experiments and .before coming to Bradford Middle Sigma XI. Society,;,the: AmericanS -.'" one of the most sincere and educating the students at Bradford
as well as some of the performs. They, School in 1976 including agriculture let :ofHorticultural! Science, and '.;dedicated persons to his profession I Middle School.
teachers, .. .
may extension .
agent with the '
turn green when Dr.Abdulla blows Ministry 01
a ows ,lungs,, buttheyunderstand up Agriculture in Baghdad, biochemical
lab .
more fully how the T technician with the Cleveland : '
system works. respiratory, ,. Clinic Foundation, and teaching posi- ,
tions in
high school and .
frank college."I
Abdulla enjoy -
was raised '
In th'
Middle East ,where under the British .would teaching like: in a small county. 1 .. .:" This Area's
system of. education, i. < to thank Mr. Casey and II' $ : Largest
specializes after ninth a student Richard Jockel for giving me a ,.. .,j.'i ,,' I ,.
grade in one chance: ,.
serve the .
certain area ranging from science People here and : ;'!' 'I "
or Mr.
history to mechanics, business, or ,McKinney" he stated.for his continuing support ,GOVERNMENT SURPLUS

in Free and Reduced .
Changes Priced School Lunches a I '

The Bradford County School Board announced today that,due to the passage of Refrigeration & Miscellaneous Items Sale
Public Law 96-499, the family size and Income eligibility criteria for free and ..
''reduced price meals for children served under the National School Lunch Pro- "
"' grarn have changed for the remainder of the school I year.
4'::' The following income scale will be used for determining eligibility: r Y1 ,
10:00 Both
r:.\ a.m. Days
'711 For the Period of February 1,1981-September 30, 1981
''Family Eligibility Scale Family Eligibility Scale \ 20 1981
?:Size For Free Meals/Free Milk Size For Reduced Price Meals Teachers Can Friday February ,
It. Per Per Per Per Per Per Too!
!t' Year Month Week Year Month Week Cut Up ,I I ''I"e .(4i5) \ Dealers Only
1 $5,700 475 110 1 $3,350 696 161 Frank Abdulla, BMS science l liistructor. '
1"II 2 $7,220 602 139 2 $10,730 894 206 is BEA's TeacheroftheMonth. Refrigeration and Restaurant Equipment
3 $8,750 729 168 3 $13,110: 1,093 252 .
1 4 $10,270 856 198 4 $15,490 1,291 298
.t'.:. 5 $11,800 983: 227 5 $17,870 1,489 344
6 $13,320 1,110 256 6 $20,250 1,688 389 Boy Scout News Saturday February 21, 1981
7 $14,850 1,238 286 7 $22,620 1,885 435 Troop 673
; 8 $16,370 1,364 315 8 $25,000 2,083 481
: On Friday, Feb. 6, nine scouts from
.'Each Additional Family Member Each: Additional Family Member Troop 673 and Scoutmaster Gerald
+$1,530 128 29 +$2,380 198 46 Blankenship and Assistant Scout HAND & POWER TOOLS, WELDING EQUIPMENT, MISC. OFFICE SUPPLIES,
Children from families whose income is at below the levels Achokatee" )In Orange Park.
or shown are eligible -
for free or reduced price meals. However, the four special hardship conditions This group won third place in the DRESSERS CHEST OF DRAWERS, ETC.), TENTS, CAMPING SUPPLIES, KILNS,
(unusually high medical expenses, shelter costs in excess of 30 percent of Great Dog Sled Race where they pull- STEAM JENNY, PORTABLE BUILDINGS, HYDRAULIC BALING PRESS, MISC.
Income, special education expenses due to the mental or physical condition of a ed Gerald Blankenship through a CABINETS, VEHICLES, ELECTRIC MOTORS.
.child and disaster or casualty losses) have been eliminated. A standard deduction rough course,finishing with a time of
for each household has been incorporated into the income scale instead. 51.02 seconds. Their sled and award
>' The applications which will be on display at the Bradford
are currently on file are being reevaluated to determine -
; whether children are eligible for free benefits, for reduced price meals, or County Fair in April. Sale Sponsored By Surplus Products
for paid meals under the new criteria. Families of children whose benefits are Troop 673 plans many more activities -
reduced or terminated will receive written notice of the change at least 10 days during this year. For more information -
before the effective date of the change. on how to join boy scouts, Located Windsor Fl.
-- Families who wish to submit a new application may obtain an application form call Mr.Blankenship at 964-8276 or be ,
from each school's office. The information provided on the application is con- at the Starke Elementary School
fidential and will be used only for the purpose of determining eligibility. simple Thursday night (tonight), from 7 '
statement of income and family size is required, plus a signed certification by an 8:30 p.m.; Scouts in Troop 673 are Gor-, 5 Miles South of Orange Heights on Hwy. 301, then 4 miles Weston 234.
adult household member that the information provided is correct. don Smith, Michael West Robert Or miles miles .
Kenneth 6 East of Gainesville on Hwy. 26, then 4 South on 325.DON'T
Taylor Williams, Lex
Senate Supplies Tax Tips Sanders, Calvin Thomas, Ike
Parnell Robbie and Eddie
The Senate Aging Committee has available by writing or visiting one of Tennant Bailey
prepared a 14-page booklet to help- ,Sen. Chiles three Florida offices:
older Americans with preparation of 110 East Park Avenue,Tallahassee,
I their 1980 income tax returns. FL 32301 ; Federal Building, "If the beard were all, MISS THIS BIG ONE *
Sen. Lawton Chiles, D-Fla., is the Lakeland, FL 33801; Federal goats could preach."
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t1- : Sweep: Union County Ump's, Needed Monday*'through Fridays or at the

.. Old Armory from 8:30: a.m to noon
',. i For StarkeUmpires and I-II p.m. each weekday.
11ie Bradford High boys and girls taking number one,doubles as Melissa ,The,deadllln",. .f < registration-are:
.:,tennla teams both ran their season Winkler and Michelle Sapp were dou- e't are badly needed for thenadult March 18 for the Major and Minor and
marks to 2-0 as the Tornadoes swept a ble winners.A Softball and youth baseball March 25 for the Dixie Boys. Then. .
match at Lake Butler last Thursday. leagues opening soon. will be charge' for registration ,
I( The Tornadoes edged the Union Tuesday match at Green Cove All umpires and coaches, for the ,
County Tigers 4-3 by winning four of was rained out and rescheduled for l. 0 t leagues operated by the Starke Dixie Boys & Minor
the five 'singles matches while the March 26. Recreation Department are requiredto "
Lady Tornadoes their UCHS Is.lri.t. UlllM C.. IlliHHMt attend at least one of two inductory Coaches Needed '
ripped l.H Mu.(I)...Hill....Matin.Wi.....(D) 11 4 4i clinics set March 2 and 9.
counterparts 6-1. d.l.1>*.........II..._,.S.qI( ) ........Ht, Coaches for teams In the Dixie Boys
The will be held at 7
Craig Sapp, Chuck Johnson. Phil lt>c.y ttmnwi(I)4*.Ccmll-..TlM torn(S)... meetings p.m.' '((13-14 )"'and'Dixie Youth
,..... In the Old
mud i Armory Building. League
and Clark all as t Icfi
Miller Greg won Omktot W,........"" (1)( ) ..... HII ."._ t-(. 1 : ) I : Minor (8-16) age groups in the
BHS clinched the boys match before __,............(Uj)<... ..$. Ctai. *.IUIII. c......41.IHf 1. Starke leagues are needed. .
the doubles started and got three Softball Meetings Interested persons should call the
sophomores and a ninth grader playing k n 4. Union c..:3Inflm .
4 4h Monday & TuesdayThe Rec. Department at 964-6792. ,
time in the doubles. Clark's win .. C..I. ton,(I)... Tyrall,....Curry(U) fel.jMf .
H.........ChocktohiMM' (I)d.f. ...-!.*.Mill '
was by forfeit. MIII.T((1)) .*.<. 0...CUrti. (I)KM fertoM.IMMiblMl organizational meetings for the Department' : *.
The Bradford girls had it easier, I.r.ll".Curry(O).....Jeff JotHMrl-J.. k*. four Starke Recreation Departmentadult Rec. > < ,
sweeping all the singles matches and .11.1rb.r.And.. (U).....e......-_MIMM4.- +. Softball leagues are set for the ,Wants All '
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On Monday Feb. 23, at the Old Ar- POST Coupons ',.."

I IOn mory the Women's Church league Area residents can help the Stark*
Baby Tornadoes Drop ThreeGainesville meeting will be held at 7 p.m. and the Recreation Department take advantage -
Men's Church meeting at 8 p.m. On of a program offered by Post

,,. ... .. Wednesday night Feb. 23. the Open cereals to get athletic! equipment)
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Eastside, Middleburg BHS then came back with a free League meetings will be held with no dollar cost.
and Jacksonville Bolles sunk the BHSjunior throw by Marc Pierce and two steals the Way Up In the Clean and Jerk the Women's session at 7 and the Post will accept trade-ins of
varsity team to 1-17 with and layupe by Larry Long to to clean and lift In Men's at 8. on the of
resulting Bradford High's Bobby Martin Is on the way making a jerk coupons purchase
basketball victories over the Baby seconds Bt ncosggof atfinal the 132 pound division. Last week Martin got up to 210 In the lift and 460 with his Any persons planning to have a equipment :for scnool? '' fitness pro-
Tornadoes last week. left. team in one of the four leagues must
total to win against Santa Fe and Hawthorne lifters. .
Eastside and Bolles were easy winners basket with seven seconds left to win send a representative to the organiza- grams.Starke Recreation Director Cheryl
but Middleburg. the only team to 58-52. tional meeting. If you have any pro
Godwin said she to get a set of
be beaten by the Baby Tornadoes this BHS trailed 12.7 after the first WelKhtltfting!i : blems attending please contact the bars for the hopes local Rec. Depart-
had to before period and played catchup all night. before uneven
year struggle getting Rec. Department at 964-6792 ment's classes by collec-
past the BUS freshmansophomoreteam Middleburg was up 23-21 at the half the meeting. .
58-52 Saturday night in the Bronco and 37-36 going into the fourth period. Tornadoes 3rd At Santa FeHost ting enough of the coupons.
for boxes to
gym. Long led BHS with a 20 point performance Dixie Youth Plans are coupon
BHS plays its last game Monday Pierce adding 15 and David Santa Fe and class AA toughie third and Robert Carver Phillip\ Are On located in the area grocery stores and
night Feb. 23,against Santa Fe on the Dunlap 11. Hawthorne left the Tornadoes behindin Sloan and Stephen Spell nabbed four- Signups : buyers can also help out by dropping
road. a three-way weightlifting meet in Registration for Dixie Youth Minor coupons for the products listed above
Eastside 78-BHS 27 AlachualastVVednesdayF'eb.l1.TheRaiders Tornadoes now 3-3. have three and Major league baseball is under- by the Rec. Department

Bolles 68- BITS 32 Eastside's junior varsity five (6-1)( amassed 50 points to more away meets before hosting Mid- way for any youths aged 8-14 in-
It was 19-4 after one quarter and the Bradford High JV win hands down while the Hornets dleburg March 11. terested in playing baseball in the Ceramics Classes
Bolles never allowed the Baby Tor- swam hers 78-27 in the BHS gym had 27 to Bradford's 19. I.f.M rtawrrtorMl7 ..........It Starke Recreation Department Have Re-Opened ;
nadoes back in the game Tuesday Friday Feb. 13. Only Bobby Martin managed an In- 114-.....(IP)1M.1))HAHKIfON(I) 129-119-140. 111.Millllpl .. League.
Eastside led 22-8 after the first dividual win for the tak- (H) 710,1)) ROAN ((1)) I14-10-S-140 IIIMAR The Ceramics classes have re-opened at
night in Starke though Bradford Tornadoes TIN(I)2..-....... Minor-Major League age group
played near even ball in the middle period, then BHS scored only two ing the 132-pound division by 55 ,.*.0...._(IP) .... 14*.Moe...(H)MO.: JORDAN Is 8-12 with the age determining date the Starke Recreation Department.
periods. points in the second quarter and it pounds with a personal best 460 total. (I) ","12"_. III. T.rry (SF) 144. 1)) CAHHOU (I) being August 1, 1981. The Dixie Boys Classes are in the Old Armory on N.

Larry Long pumped In 16 points to was 43-10 at the half. The Tornadowas Mike Jordan Kevin Reddish and 1701H4U.It HuntM.. (UP) !...__(.MK m body. w.!gh>). 1)RIDCNSH ) ages are 13-14 (same date for deter- Temple Ave. from 7-10 p.m. each
provide a bright spot for the Bradford never in the game. Eric Carroll all took seconds for the (I) 1U-1U-4K. UNI-Jom((37)120.4)) )SPILL mination: August 1). Monday and from 9:30a.m. until noon
fans and center Tom Johnson added Dennis Dunlap was the top BHS Tornadoes while Bo Harrison had a ((1)) IOS-I70-1U.: Boys and girls can: sign up at the each Wednesday.
eight points and 11 rebounds. Dennis scorer with 8 markers.

Dunlap worked the boards for 7 miss- .
tollo It l:> 14 11 MHS
ed shots to go with his 4 points. 4 IX 101M .32:
$, Dyol 4.12. I..f 44.1!.. ,.h_ 4..-.. Pl.r l .. ...BHS Baseball from Pg.eA
Middleburg 58- BUS 52 I..... DoI..1op 1..-4. l_1.1.1.OrrHlH 00.IhkII.nd. more
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Ahead 47-46 with 3:37: left in the Goodge is a bad risk. of the past behind. "We've got some The desire to win is another plus Thomas. Sickness has hit Brian the

game Bradford's JV cagers blew the Mlddl..... II 1141111.44 I' 14 20 II But two stars don't make a team. fine arms and right now we could go Hartley figures. "The majority of last couple of weeks, forcing the first-
lead had to play catchup and ended ndiord MljhLotif' IO-O-10. JollMM I-H PI.... Hartley has an experienced crew with five pitchers Kenny Bill these guys have a good winning attitude year player out of what would be
up losing 58-52 Saturday night Feb. t-l-ll. M..hl..I.I. Dunl.p' 4111. I_." .''-'1.M' behind Clark and Goodge. David (Sparks), Richie (Fender), they want to win." valuable practice time.
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with BHS hit and Diggs
He's carrying 20 players on the and Scott (Allen) possibly some Offensively .264 year Eddie Hall (2B) Jimmy
4.01 H..II.,4.1.11 ColWr 40lunkw 4-MO. Trt.1 I.
Middleburg made it 48-47 with 3:25: 24044.IHI roster this season, four or five more of the younger guys pitching too" but as Hartley points out that figure (OF) are the other juniors both In
left on a 20 foot shot by a guard. BHS than in the past because of the ex Hartley mused. "We've still had some could have been much higher if the their first year.Sophomore .
then turned the ball over twice I....'... i a 10 1.21 perience. Seven seniors will control problems in the intersquad bottom end of the batting order Mike Waters (1B-P),

without scoring, and Middleburg stole lonf:3.0-4. John...a.-.. PI..22211421.78IHI ..1.I... DoI l.p graduate. "I had to do it this way to games but it's not really a consistent wasn't so unproductive. After Goodgeand the club's only lefthander, will play
the ball twice taking advantage of all 1.*.. U M I..-.. OrlHIit I "!. TcMli II.UJIHI. some more people with thing. One guy'll be wild one day and Clark Allen was at .372 and backup role maybe working into the
four opportunities to sink four more ..,.,.,.<.. t...,.. AMtanM. .12.024. 0"......', keep younger have pretty good control the next Chuck Johnson at .356 but from there starting rotation next year. Three J
us; he notes. Many of the players
baskets going up 56-47 with about two I 17. ....,._ 4-1 ,. C....k. I.0-J. MIMI.MO. 2.1.1| "
minutes to Wllk......'.*.4,. ._ 1-1'.ToMrl 17.4-71. stayed with the program over the day. the next best average fell all the way freshman besides Fender made the
play. summer when the first BHS summer Clark was the workhorse last year down to .231. With more balance BHS roster scrapper Robert Carver (C)
team went 13.10-1 against area logging 88 innings. He was 6-7 with a could be one of the top hitting clubs versatile Andy Chaff (IF-OF) sariMike
American Legion and youth clubs 3.03 ERA and 89 strikeouts. Allen an around and Hartley figures guys like Hall ((3B-P), a youngster.with a
When Hartley evaluates the All-Area pitcher as a freshman was Sparks Ricky Sullivan Randy lot of potential.I. '" '
I strengths he comes to team speed sick most of last year forcing Clark Parado Dwayne McBride and Scott Hartley knows his club's strengthsand
:4J :11 first. "At several tryout camp this into the extra work but he was backin Hudson should provide much more he has some choices :*. 4
riJaI year 1 learned that the measuring the rotation in the summer and still stickwork. this season than last. weaknesses too: 'Th><'defense L'!isauspeetbe ,
tick for baseball was ,tin 00 yard 'is the power pitcher of the staff. The other, member.ot the large say.and adds'ithfef! tile \
dash and that a time of 7.3 was con- Fender just a ninth-grader, saw a senior class are Johnson ((3B-C), mental aspect of the game is still a
, PRODUCE sidered college speed and 70 and lot of action with the summer club McBride (OF), Sparks (CF), Mark shortcoming. "In other words in
lower was major league speed. We've and fits right into the rotation' and Williams (OF), and Mike JordanOF game situations we're not thinkingfar
got seven players under 7.3 and threeof Sparks was 3-1 in summer league. ( ). enough ahead as to what to do

Grade A Jumbo Gustafson ,_... them are at 7.0 or better. So team They are the finesse pitchers Hartleycan when certain things come up. We're
r speed is a definite plus." count on for control while Clark Johnson's .356 season included still making some bad judgements.
Milk Pitching could be another source of Goodge and Allen supply the heat but some power McBride is another of Hopefully we'll clear that up in all the
Eggs strength he says, if the Tornado front- bring the added headache of occasional the speed-burners.and Hartley calls Intersquad games we'll play."
fi9c liners can leave the control problems wildness. .Sparks "probably our most consistent With the large squad he planned to
By the Doz Reg. or outfielder. He's swinging the bat bet- play a mini-schedule of the Inters-
ter and could develop into one of the quad affairs but the weather and

w Low Fat tOur BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL best center fielders in the area." sickness have knifed into those ven. '. "
( ,A ,I M, 1981 Baseball Jordan comes to baseball after tures. '
weightlifting practice and is in only In a preseason assessment of the
) ; j ; \.J 79 DATE OPPONENT PLACE TIME his second year of baseball but District race Hartley plays the:
., \ Gal. Feb. 20 Old Timers Game Slarke 2:00: Hartley says the senior "is the type diplomat: "I feel ,like any of four
Feb. 24 Live Oak Live Oak 7130 kid attitude-wise that you need. He's a teams could:toe district champs this*
Feb. 28 Live Oak\,' Starke 2:00: hard worker." year. Buchhofc (the defender) is prb
March 4 Ocala FOl'rest Palatka 5: 15t1 Sullivan Parado Allen Clayton ,bably the number one contender with
own home grown fresh Tourna.r Norman and Hudson head a junior Gainesville Live Oak and
99C meat class of eight. ourselves;" That leaves just Eastsideand
Collards & Mustard Bund March 6 If ,. Ricky is called "the one person who Santa Fe out.
r ,. has Tornadoes will Live Oak
March 7 maybe improved the most by The see
March 10 North Marion Sparr 4:00: Hartley and is making Johnson workto early of course,..and plays'BuchhoU
White or PinkGrapefruit March 12 Santa Fe'l( Starke 7:30: keep his name penciled in as the home and away but 'couldn't?work
March 13 St. St.Augustine. third base starter. CHS into the schedule. ..<(.
Cabbage Augustine 4:00: Hudson "probably has as much Two additions to the schedule
talent out here. He besides Oak Worth Marion
March 16 Buehhou'lh Gainesville 4:00: as anybody just Live are
"" ,, !&n Cut Fresh Dallyor March 19 North Marion Starke 7:30 needs to get the mental attitude to go and first-year Middleburg. 1 ...
March 2IJ Palatka Palatka 7:30: with it." Hartley said. A big early season test will be the
March 23 Macclenny. Starke 7:30: Parado is steady with the bat and Palatka Invitational Tournament
March 27 Middleburg Starke 7130 glove .second base a tailor made March 47..The Tornadoes open Wed.,
4 Heads SgeVine April 1 Eastside :; Gainesville 4:00 number two hitter while the much- March 4.against Ocala Forest t:15.
9De April 3 Keystone Keystone 7130 improved Norman is just a hair "That tournament's going 'la be
April 6 BuchholZ I't Starke 7:3IJ behind him at second base. big." Hartley said Monday. "They'llbe
April 7 Santa Fe ". Santa Fe 7:30 Newcomer Brian Thomas is in his a lot of college reaches and scouts
Ripe South Flu. April 14 Palatka I Starke ,7130 first year of baseball but Hartley is there. I'd really like to win those first
i"Tomatoes April 16 Eastside to]h Starke 7:30 counting on him to play good deal at two games (with Live Oak), to give us
j first base. "He's another like Jor In. The tour*
} April 18 Keyslone Slarke 2:00 one some momentum going
,\ ." 'i J J5ge April 20 Middleburg, Middleburg 3:30: dan who fits right in, I think he's go- nament could be a turning point early

.. ... !,...!/ April 21 Macelenny Macclenny 7:30: ing to help us," Hartley said of In the year for us. 'Io'f

Lb. April 24 SI. Augustine Starke 7:30: ... ',.d-

. April. 29 District Starke 7:30: ) ,..i t
Quantity April 30 Districts Starke 7:30
No Dealers Seafood ,' May 1 Districts Starke 7:30 Calendar for Next Week{
Please .. t Specials" : Rights MayS Region f" Starke 7130 Sports ;, .1'i.:
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Reserved May 8 Sectional Starke 1:30: ." ,I.. ...t .
Snow King May 14 State Tou ament Starke 7:30: :: .
IS State Starke 7:30 .. .. t
May Tou amen : '.' ,' (p. .1: !.. ', trThursday.
Crab Claws .' Feb. 19'L; i ,' : ") ,\\.4>4 i "J, f...MSr:
1NUggl'b 1- BUS boys,tennis at Palatka! ((3:30): ) "W !"" ,:-jr) *. -ry..IJt.: ,:
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State class AAA wrestling Palatka ,

,rlearj, good.tdt tilig utiter atti BUS girls vs. winner of GUS Eastside 'I11Yfsdafgame

Oysters by the Bushel I 99 1 In semifinals ofDistrict. tourney at Santa'Fe 1 IIS <(7:00)<
pro c )'OU can afford.I Itt
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Fresh. Fillet 'Thiq tauter Conditioner isthe .". BUS Old Timers Baseball Game. ((2:00)" [:II i .. .j .;*.

Pint : State Wrestling Tourney at Palatka continues:' Kl0"I'''". '1\lj1\:

Flounder.NORMANS itpt built, most efficient, Finals of District 5AAtgirls'.bask tal'' "ou jiey; Q'5'
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Oysters '; Monday Feb. 23-
trouble-free unit in the : ::" BUS JV, and varsity at Santa. Fe'U:30': 101'8>'f;<'tl;Cf l .

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9Y2. Hours Later UCI Team Frees Secretary :-FREE SPAGHETTI :

After 9% hours of talk and negotiations refuses to talk to the press. "beginning to physically touch- could have reached his gun. .
deteriorating, prison officials "I'm the superintendent and I made molest her.' 1:11 officer arm- Buy One Reg. Dinner Get One FREE
stormed the courtroom at Union Correctional the decision to do it... I think it came Ms.Ayers called the DOC assertion ed with a ,22-caIlber derringer
I Institution shot the two in- out Very well," Supt. Massey said a"flat-out lie." entered the office. Upon hearing With This Coupon Eat In or Carry Out
mates holding Terri Rimes hostage, Tuesday. "I've been in corrections all Ms. Ayers said that while on the shots, other officers rushed in. Offer Good Thru __ f f
and safely rescued Mrs. Rimes. my life and that is the most difficult phone with Rasberry "He said, 1:14 a.m.-Mrs. Rimes was remov- .
An officer who had been carrying kind of decision to make." 'Somebody's coming in/\ and I asked ed from office and sent to a hospitalfor I Feb. 25, 1981 /':{ '-
sandwiches and cigarettes to the two Questions about whether the him who and he said 'Lieutenant treatment of a stab wound to her .- -" "
inmates,Jerry Rasberry,27,and Ray shooting was justified have already Griffis.' I said, 'Are you letting the shoulder. -\ )t
Anthony Mitchell. 18, finally got bet arisen,however. guards in : and then I heard three 1:28 a.m.-Mitchell was pronounced ; \\es\a\
ween Mrs. Rimes and Rasberry. Using "They were hellbent on murder" shotspow, pow pow-and then my i dead at the UCI clinic. Rasberrywas /f .;
a .22 calibre derringer concealedin said Georgia Ayers, a social worker phone went deadDepartment / taken to Shands Teaching 1
his palm, the officer) shot Rasberryin from Dade County who was on the of Corrections Inspector Hospital in Gainesville where he was
the chest. telephone to Rasberry when the General Dave Brierton issued an listed In critical condition from multi- Limit 1
At.that signal a nine-man UCI tactical shooting broke out. eight-page chronology on the hostage ple gunshot wounds. Per Family 301 S. Starke 964-6877
team,Including Supt. Raymond Prison officials said they decided to incident at UCI. Rasberry was struck in the chest
Massey whose decision it was to rush the office only after negotiationsbroke Some excerpts from the neck and back. He is listed In criticalcondition '

storm the entered from three down Mrs.and Rimes it was was increasingly in chronology: in Shands Teaching ........DAILY.......LUNCHEON.............SPECIALS....................J...5...........
separate apparent growing 3:40 p.m. Monday-Inmate Eugene in Gainesville.
Mitchell was 'killed, Rasberry is physical danger. In a report from the Brazil told prison officials two women Hospital Mitchell was shot an undetermined TINY PIZZA 99 AnytimeNobody
critically wounded, and hostage Terri Department of Corrections, Gov. Bob were being held hostage in the ad-. number of times and was taken to the
Rimes of Worthington Springs is safein Graham was informed Mrs. Rimes ministration building. prison infirmary where he was pronounced '" ...." : .. .., :. '.1'
Union General Hospital where she told negotiators the inmates were 3:45 p.m.-Prison officials opened a dead at 1:30: a.m.,accordingto
door to the office grabbed Deborah Bradford.
Wright and removed her. They After the shootings officers assistedMrs. Beats
.i Three officers war positioned st each door". reported seeing Mrs. Rimes on her Rimes out from under the desk.
TIJES. 17 FER. Locks ware shot off doors (Doors B and C) knees behind a desk "with Rasberry. Mrs. Rimes was driven by a Florida
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1:10 AM to complete rescue of Terri Rimes. 5:05 p.m.-Lt. E.E. Griffis entered Hospital in Lake Butler where she Ii-i-i Our
office to attempt negotiations.The inmates was treated for a deep knife wound in I
demanded to be released and the right shoulder,according to Brad- \ J
given a car and a multiple channel ford.
radio, and set a 6:30: deadline. & See
rsfc\\tuvs\AiJL5A? : ;\ J p.m. UGH Administrator William \ Compare
R MITCHELL 6:25 p.m.Officialsmates said the In- Mulherin III issued a statement to the .
were smoking marijuana, and media that Mrs. Rimes was treated
N1 NILLEO HERE said they would turn off lights in the for lacerations of the neck, back and IT
sd Old office as it grew dark outside. arm. '
DOORA' 6:55 p.m.-Inspector H.E. Sands "Her condition is stable. She is in 1981 F-100 117"
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will be released to
face negotiations with suspects." rree turnspiritswork within a week," Exployer Pickup Black in color
10:35 p.m.-Mrs. Rimes told Mulherin said.Rasberry .
negotiator Frank Ja pour there"wereno is serving life plus 20
problems at the time." years for robbery and aggravated
OES6 11:00 p.m.Inmates said their assault in Pinellas County. He has
TERRI RIMES a demands were the same and they been in the prison system since last
USK CRAWLEDUNDER : ( refused to release Mrs. Rimes. Oct. 30 and previously served a
: s DESK rwas, OIiBYRASBERRY 11:40 p.m.-Mrs. Rimes told Japourthe sentence from 197479. Rasberry was
Inmates were "beginning to on parole at the time he was sent backto
physically touch-molest her." prison Bradford said.Mitcheh .
11:41 p.m.-Massey decided to stop was serving life plus 40
Ci? negotiations and planned. an attack on years for first degree murder In-
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x. P3 minutes later he came out, sayingthe Bradford: Mitchell I started his
i GoupT alt, inmates wouldn't let him put his sentence last Aug. 1 and had a total of
: ( 1 hands behind, his back, where he 606 years to serve ., __

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District Court Upholds Order To Reduce. FSP Population' :, \ ;: :.


with the order The Attorney The District Court's opinion stated ported by the record, this position Is regarding the charges that violent who was Public assisted Defender In the Jack case Ie by Assistant and<<
The 1st District Court of Appeals In General's office then filed an im- the record sheds light on the frustrations untenable" DCA said citing from a conditions exist at ESP Public Defender Alan Farlapiano. .
Tallahassee ordered Friday. Feb. 13. 1979 Florida law as basis for those fin- The state elected not to present any
mediate appeal and a stay of Judge of Fine carried on the case in behalf f'the
witha witnesses .to rebut the testimony 1
that the state of Florida comply encountered by Judge Green dings.
Green's order the Stateof
was granted after Saxon enf
ruling by Circuit Court Judge R.A. Florida. and convinces DCA that there is no "To provide an environment for .incarcerated the inmates. inmates In Starke las' e<|,
(Buzzy) Green Jr. requiring the In- merit to the assertion that the court is persons in which rehabi- The suit was filed by former Assislast private practice time:.
Prison at Florida State The state appealed that order on a insensitive to the possibility and ef litation is possible," DCA opinion Public Defender Shon A. Saxon mer.

reduced to not more than number of grounds which were re fects of compliance! with its order. said"should include protection of the III L1 __ ... III 011____..... -.-___ .... ....JI'I
750 inmates. jected by the appeals court in a ratherstrong offender from victimization withinthe -- 'I .n .n n i l < ,,[. !', #<;<" Wi:
admonishment of The Department DCA rejected the state's contentionthat institution and the development ofa
The Attorney General's office of Corrections and Gov. Bob the inmates have not proven they system of due process and internal
representing the Department of Corrections Graham for allowing such conditionsto are entitled to any legal right which legality in institutions where they are Archie Tanner
appealed the ruling of last exist. the state is denying them. free from victimization by other In-

Oct. 3 by Judge Green to reduce the mates. ralHome .
population of FSP because inmates' The appellate court pointed out "In light of the judge's findings, All the inmates testified at a hearing FunQ ,
constitutional rights were being reductions of the prison population which we have determined are sup- before Judge Green last June sefvinaAH >
violated due to dangerously over- would appear to be one viable remedy Archie M. Tarter!

crowded conditions.The unconstitutional available to the judge situation to correct that the an I Wildlife Officer Injured: Duval Men Arrested I FeRhsy ---r .

case stemmed from three civil DOC to be unable unwill- _. c-
appears or Two Jacksonville men were arrested Dewey "Sunny Boy" Griffin of Dia-
suits which were filed last spring and ing to redress. following a weekend incident mond D. Riding Stable Normandy .., _.....r .
summer by the Public Defenders of- which resulted in one officer being Boulevard in Jacksonville was ; .... -"
fice in behalf of eight inmates. DOC Secretary Louie L. Wain- treated at the Orange Park emergency charged with battery on a law en- 1'4'
indicated room. forcement officer after Circuit,Judge
wright he might appeal the
Green made the order after
Judge case to a higher court. Florida Game and Fresh Water Charles O. Mitchell issued an arrest ;
conducting a number of hearings and Commission Wildlife Officer Edwin warrant. }
after a four member panel of expertson David Gibson In- Jessie issued
Salas and Sgt. were County Judge Leigh
criminal justice advised the court DOC raised the question on their appeal vestigating possible illegal trapping warrants for Michael F.Griffin,Rt.4, 1:
that one of the ways to correct the ,was whether Judge Green erred activity on the Gilman Type II Box 961, Jacksonville charging him Complete Modern Facilities'Hwy
problems at FSP was to reduce the In granting the relief ordered without Management Area when the attack with trapping in a closed area and 301 S. 964-5757 J'
population from 1,200 to 750 inmates. the and occured. Salas was diagnosed as baying resisting an officer without violence.
Judge Green gave DOC 10 days to considering possibility effectof a cracked sternum as the result ofa Both men were taken to the Duval
bring the prison population in line compliance. then released bond.
severe blow to the chest. County jail on

i 1 FSP Inmate Dead, 2 Hurt in StabbingsOne aLiEAGLEI'

inmate died and two were In the Thursday incident, records County, was admitted to the prison Q-wing while an Investigation of the
seriously wounded in two stabbing in- show Bailey and Baldwin were play Reception and Medical Center incident is being conducted by DOC
cidents at Florida State Prison last ing cards at 12:15: p.m. in the day Hospital near Lake Butler where he is. investigators. Bradford said. r'
Thursday and Friday, Feb. 12-13. room on U-wing an openpopulationarea listed in serious condition. Brown serving a life sentence for a _
In the first death at FSP this year of the maxunum security prison. Gibson disposed of the weapon In- 1975 prison murder was hospitalized
inmate Beryl Lewis Bailey was killed Zamot ran off the wing into the main volved in the Friday stabbing before in the Reception and Medical Center
and inmate Barry Amos Baldwin corridor carrying the knife and had to being taken by correctional officers to Hospital near Lake Butler where he is I
wounded with a homemade knife be subdued by officers, Bradford a disciplinary! confinement cell on listed in serious condition.
fashioned from a stainless steel serv-
ing spoon handle. Inmate Felix said.Bailey, the dead inmate,was stabbed -
Zamot,22, is charged with the murderof once in the left arm and twice in
Bailey and the attempted murderof the upper left part of his back one jab INSULATION
Baldwin in the Thursday Feb. 12, piercing his heart. Bailey was pro-
incident. nouced dead at the FSP clinic, Brad-
Inmate Henry Brown 24, is in ford said. SA VE THA ENERGY
serious condition after being stabbed Bailey, 25, from Dade County was .
over a gambling. debt last Friday serving a 15-year sentence for grand .'\.. \..( \ UP

morning, Feb. 13, at FSP. Inmate larceny, burglary breaking and r" '.. .'. ,;:. Sage
Lester Gibson 26, is charged with entering attempted murder and .. "; .... .'t. :'.i '
with cutting Brown five times with an resisting arrest with violence. II .'i.o .
unknown weapon in a day room short- Zamot, also from Dade County, is qs. .
ly after breakfast according to serving a life sentence for murder.
Department of Corrections Baldwin is serving a life sentencefor ...- 1 irv .-1 IEN'8 GOLDEN. .
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the Masonic Lodge No. 559, Walton, years. He was retired from Hiway Starke; three sisters, Mrs. Martha
.-. ...... N.Y. Market Business. Miley Lawtey Mrs.,Clara Blocker
Survivors include: his wife, GoldiaN. Survivors include: one son, Steven Lake City and Mrs. Abbie Baggett 01
Mrs. Lucile Martin Mrs. Edith P. IIutcheson .: a son,Daniel McCoy of Memphis, Thomas of Chattanooga! Tenn., two Tampa; and nine grandchildren.
N.r.; four brothers Paul McCoy of sisters, Mrs Billie Grace and Mrs. Funeral services were conducted at
Mrs. Lucile Martin age 87, died in Mrs. Edith P. Hutcheson, age 61, Oneonta N.Y., Glenn McCoy of Martha Lou Kuntz both of Charleston, 2
the Memorial Who lived p.m. February 18, at
Clay at Lake Starke
in Crosby
Hospital Green Nichols, N.Y., and Robert and Bruce West Va.Funeral. the Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
Cove Springs, Thursday morning, died In the Bradford County Hospital, McCoy both of Walton,N.Y. a sister, was held Tuesday, at 2:30: Home in Starke. Rev. Don Denton.
February Mrs. Martin 12, following had lived a long in illness. Wednesday illness.afternoon following Mrs. Virginia VanBuren of Walton, p.m., at the graveside in New Zion officiated, with burial in the Kingsley
Keystone N.Y.; and two grandchildren. Cemetery near Lulu, with Rev. Curtis Lake Cemetery.
Heights since 1977 moving here from Mrs. Hutcheson was a lifelong resident Funeral services were held in Remes officiating. Burial followed
Columbia, Ga. She was a member of of Bradford County, born in Walton, N.Y., with interment in the under the direction of Archer Funeral
the Friendship Bible Church in Lawtey. May 7, 1919. Her parents alton Cemetery.Masonic rites were Home, of Lake Butler. .
Keystone Heights. were the late Robert and Ruth conferred at the grave. DeWitt C. Escaped Inmate
Survivors include: five daughters, Parmenter. She was a member of the Jones Funeral Home was in charge of Found in Jax MotelA -G--
Mrs. Inez Hilton of St. Petersburg, Primitive Baptist Faith.{, the local arrangements.Mrs. Mrs. Alice Marie BrantleyMrs.
Mrs. Marie Davis of Columbus, Ga., Survivors include: her husband. Florida State Prison inmate was
Mrs. Gladys Cartledge of Hamilton Buford L. Hutcheson; a daughter, .Leaty Douglas BrannenMrs. Alice Marie Brantley.55, resident recaptured 48 hours after he escaped f .r
Mrs. Rebecca Malone of Keystone Marlene Roberta of Starke; a son, of Starke, Florida, died Wednesday from the prison at a motel in Jackson-
Heights and Mrs. Eleanor Elder of Bobby L. Hutcheson of Gainesville; a Leaty Douglas Brannen. age afternoon. February 11, at the ville and a parolee was arrested for
Petal, Miss.; four sons, Alvin Martinof brother, H.F. Parmenter of Starke; 92, widow of the late Wiley S. Bran- University Hospital Jacksonville, aiding the escape, at 2 p.m. Sunday
Alma, Ga., Eugene Martin of Col- five sisters, Mrs. Gladys Burney andMrs. nen diod Tuesday, February 10, in aJackS0'1vUle following an extended illness. Feb. 15.Carl .
umbus, Ga., Bob Martin of Highland Edna Harley both of Starke, hospital after a short il- Mrs. Brantley was the daughter of White who( escaped Friday,
Calif., and Russell Martin of Jackson- Mrs. Ola Mae Rowe of Lawtey, Mrs. lness. the late Alonza R. and Villia E. Norman Feb. 13, in a state truck was apprehended -
ville; one brother Robert Coker of Evelyn Amey of Jacksonville and Survivors include: three Starling, former pioneer by Jacksonville Police Officers
Smyrna Ga.; 30 grandchildren, 42 Mrs. Pearl Byrd of San Antonio, duaghters; Vivian I. Brannen, Lake residents of Bradford County. Mrs. T.T Danson and K.D.
Butler, Oveda B. Vogel, Jacksonville, Brantley attended the Bradford County '
great-grandchildren,and three great- Texas; and six grandchildren. Gilbreath at the Benbow Inn, 820 I
Velma B. Stevens, Milpitas Calif.; schools, and was a member of the
(grnat-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 3 Dunn Avenue in Jacksonville, according -I
',Fur al services were held at 7:30: pm., Saturday February 14, in the three sons C. DeWitt Brannen, Lake Northminister Presbyterian Churchof to a spokesman for the Depart-
p.m. ....turday, February 14, in the union Primitive Baptist Church with Butler Grady Brannen, Tampa, RoyK. Jacksonville. ment of Corrections. One barrelf
Friendship Bible Church with Rev. Elders James Land and O.M. Yar- Brannen, Green Cove Springs; Survivors include: her husband Police recovered the state truck on
Bob Thomas and Rev. Richard borough officiating. Interment was in fourteen grandchildren and nineteen. Roy Brantley of Starke, two a dirt road off Dunn Avenue rear the fun.
Hoover officiating. Interment was at the family plot in Lawtey Cemetery. greatgrandchildren.Services daughter, Mrs. SybilleSarraf,Miami, motel according to JPD.
2:30 p,m.,Sunday,February 15,in the DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home was in were held at 2 p.m.,Satur- Miss Donna Brantley Starke; one. White, of Jacksonville was servingtwo
Park Hill Cemetery at Columbus,Ga. charge of the arrangements.Mrs. day at the Mount Zion Primitive Bap- son. Richard Lamar Sanders, US Ar- consecutive five-year sentencesat CN-400T/GN/ -400X 85 85 MPG
tist Church, Union County, where she. in six sisters, Mrs. Netti
England .
DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home was in my ; the prison's medium security 0" Powerful singl*cylindvi Conit..n1 velocitymbui
of the was a member. Burial was in the Ruth Kirkland, Keystone Heights. unit was last seen at 3 p.m. Friday, 4 tlrok..ngm.; <- .'loi
arrangements. ,., .
Annie M. Hutchings: church cemetery. Funeral services Mrs. Inez Batten Mrs. Naomi Starl- Feb. 13.Joe Edy: 'onq with om Swuk PF.I grit

Nelson I. Booth Mrs. Annie M. Hutchings age 69, were conducted by Rev. Herman Krauss Jordan ing, both of Starke, Mrs. Eugene Bax- Geiger,on parole from the state ,prvMion way jduft rvtaiiMB | tbl i. i.tirhocks <:> .Uqhtweigri'16 fat KM', 'ui and
Pastor. Hardage, ley Sparr, Mrs. Ruby Harris c"ii"m. n>
who lived at 413 S. Street prison where he was serving a Smuolh S .d .
'Mr. Thompson ihilluiq *
Nelson I. Booth who lived in Funeral Home of Jacksonville in Deloris sp Cwlom.t i I"n !b
were Jacksonville, and Mrs. Mc- ,.
died in the North Florida RegionaiHospital sentence for burglary, was booked in tr High Ridge Estates near Keystone of the Front due, brakNwdle ,
Gainesville charge arrangements.Roy Cormick Dothan, Ala.; five the Duval County Jail in Jacksonvilleon nunth "mlirr 'iH milvitjwditdiity "
Heights,died in Methodist Hospital at at Saturday bctinng wmy irm Appro
brothers) Marklee Starling, Paul
after illness. Mrs. Hut- suspicion of aiding White. .
Jacksonville early Wednesday evening a long Franklin s
Hundley Starling, Kingsley Lake, Lonzo and
; 165
moved to Starke in 1931 from with JG2
chings approved credit t Down
February 11, following a brief illness. Me
Dick and
Franklin 34 of 6121 Starling Lawtey Harvey
Roy( Hundley, ,
her of birth Mt. Ga. She
: Born in Macon, Ga., May U, 1907, city Vernon
Collins Road, Jacksonville, died Fri- Starling of Starke; and ten grand--
member of Madison Street Suzuki .The
Mr. Booth came to Keystone Heights was a Baptist il children. 1981 Performer.SUZUKI
day, February 13, after a lengthy
Church. "It is always with the best
$ years ago from Jacksonville. He lness.A Funeral services were conducted at
was a retired painting contractor,and Survivors include: her husband, Intentions that the worst of} STARKE
native of Virginia, Hundley was a 2 p m., Saturday, February 14, 19981at "
Rufus R. "Doc" is done. Oscar Wilde
was a member of the First Assemblyof Hutchings; a disabled Second Class Electrician The Church Of God in Starke.with work
God Church. daughter, Dorothy M. Green of Hwy 301 S Starke 964.6020
Technician with the US Navy. He has Rev.M.Drake officiating.Burial was
; Survivors included his wife. Rose Eustis Fla; two brothers,six sisters
been living in Jacksonville since 1975, in Kingsley Lake Cemetery, with Ar-
M. Wingate Booth; three daughters, and two( grandchildren. having lived in Bradford County chie Tanner Funeral Home in chargeof
Graveside funeral services
Syvilla Gallian of Lake Geneva, were
before to Jacksonville. Mr. arrangements.
Virginia Smith of Wichita Kansas, held at 11 a.m., Monday February 16 moving anda WORK CLOTHES a
Viet Nam veteran
Hundley was a
and Carolyn Eichelberger of Boone in Kingsley Lake Cemetery with Rev. Sr. "
Sumter Durse Harley
member of the Fleet Reserve. SUPER SALE!
Robert C. Glum pastor of Madison
Ville. Mo.; a step-daughter, Jacqueline Street Baptist Church officiating. Survivors include: his mother, Sumter Durse Harley, Sr., 64, resident -
Blake of Jacksonville stepSon Eleanor P. Hundley; one sister, of Lawtey Florida died Sunday 3 COMPLETE WORK SUITS:
DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home was in
Frederick A. Killin of
Keystone charge of the arrangem..its. Paula Horning; two brothers. Bruce night, February 15, at the Veteran's Pants $1050 Piu.MOO
Heights; two brothers. James W. and and Conrad Hundley, all of Jackson- Administration Hospital in Shirts . Shipping, ,
Eugene Booth, both of Jacksonville; a Carl Russell M' ville. Gainesville, following an extended il- R""p .... I.....5.i toW tMM ...s.A -..d ....,..
Coy .. .
,. .
sister, Georgia> Harmon of Dallas Services were held Saturday, lness. HI)Y.r lf tm ttmg .p MT
Texas; and ten grandchildren andnine Carl Russell McCoy,75, died Saturday t CHOOSE COLOR: PANTS GREEN DPiol"
February 14 in Hardage Krauss Mr. Harley was born in Bradford
great-grandchildren. Feb. 14, in the Bradford County SHIRTS L GREEN l BLUE
Funeral Home, 5753 Blanding Blvd.; County) and was the son of the late SHORT on LONG SLEEVEPANTS
3 Funeral services were held at 4 Hospital.Mr. with burial in Jacksonville Memory Alonzo and Abbie Biggs Harley of WAIST LENGTH
p.m. Friday February 13 in the McCoy moved here 3 years ago Gardens.
Bradford County. He was employedby SHIRT SIZES S Ml
chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral from Walton New York, to Hampton
the Florida prison system and was .
Home. Officiating was Rev. Earl A. Shady Oaks Trailer Park. He had
Benjamin Floyd for several
the Marshall of
Thompson and Rev. Cecil Wiggins. spent the winters here since 1973. and .UL OR Name _
Interment was in Keystone Heights was a retired superintendent with the Jacksonville. Benjamin died F. Thomas 68, in of years.the Grace Mr. Harley Methodist was a Church member of of cyI' CHOICE Address _ _
Sunday morning
Cemetery. New York State National Guard Ar-
the Baptist Memorial Hospital in Lawtey. PhoneTHOMAS
member of
Mr. McCoy was a
3 mory. Jacksonville, after an extended il Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. e
lness. Nelle Harris Harley of Lawtey; one 0

Mr. Thomas was born in son, Dean Harley, Cornwell Height,
I Card of Thanks Charleston, West Virginia and had Penn. ; two brothers, Hubbard 1. .
lived in Jacksonville for the last 20 Harley, Lawtey and Dan Harley JACKSONVILLE FL. 32205

5 The family of Mrs. Joyce T. Futch My heartfelt thanks to all who extended Captain's ialSHRIMFMFEASX -
wishes to thank each and every one sympathy and help in my recent -
I for the prayers, cards food, phone sorrow. For the beautiful floral 1 '
calls, flowers and visits during her offerings gifts of food and other kind-
illness and death. Each expression of nesses I am deeply grateful. A'llpecial
love and kindness made this time thanks to the staff of the Brad- a .
. rtuch easier to bear and will btflttHgT. Tote County Hospital Jones.Funeral I
remembered by all of her family.As a Homes and especially to Dr; Keith 16 PIECE CHILLED
"s\ former schoolteacher she touched Sundusadee and my neighbors and

many lives and to have so many of friends. METALS INC.Metal
her former students and their The Wife and Family of Each dinner Includes: .
families remember her during her Lewis N.Smith French fries -coleslaw Hush Puppies
time of need was so rewarding. God ltpd
bless all of 2/19 DAILY LUNCH SPECIAL UNTIL 4 PM. Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage
and Sisters of 2 boneless fish fillets

., Mrs.Joyce Futch "Little minds are woundedby ,crisp french fries $199Captain[ Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows
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the smallest things.
2 hush puppies
2/19 r
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lake Butler. Fla 4962013I
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j '4': team in making those important decisions.

,I The. Store That will Save You Money on 4w. t You can feel confident, under the care ,

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opposite Development
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P8J1'fiB February 19. 1981

Fire DestroysVW Lawtey, was not Injured but damageto Patrol. ,

I News Briefs. SedanA the 1977 Chevrolet sedan was' Trooper. D.C. Roberts did not issue Want Action
........ estimated at 2000. a citation after investigating the acci

car was destroyed by 'fire on The Pontiac was attempting to pull dent. ,From Your Ads ?
Trucks CollideOn SR-100 5.9 miles west of Lake Butlerat onto VS-30llrom the parking lot of the
Dental Equipment 5:20: a.m. Thursday Feb. 12. Pizza Hut Restaurant. The Chevroletwas .

County GradeA Stolen From ClinicA Jerry Franklin Grooms, 26, of attempting to turn right from Man Charged Call 964-6305 -

Gainesville man was chargedwith Wellborn, Florida, was not injured US-3011nto the parking lot. Both cars
driving while his license was burglary of dental equipment and the but damage to the 1977 Volkswagensedan collided on US-301, according to.the In Fatal WreckA 496-226? or
is under Investigation. by
under suspension after his pickup Starke supplies Police he was driving was estimatedat Starke Police Department. ., > Hampton man has been arrestedby '
truck was involved with another truckin theft occurred in the dental $700. Patrolman E.W. Wilkinson'did not the Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment .:,- 4732270AAA J

an accident on CR-235:>>, one mile clinic at the Bradford County Health The car was traveling east on issue a citation after investigating the on charges of DWI-

north of Brooker at 6 p.m. Thursday, Department, 329 North Church Streetin SR-100 when fire started in the engine accident. : manslaughter and vehicular .

Feb. 12.Michael. Starke. The burglary took: place compartment. The driver pulled off homicide in connection with the deathof .
C. Moats 23:>>, of during the night and early morning onto the south road shoulder of SR-100 Rear-End a 16-year-old Hampton girl last .

Gainesville, was not injured but hours of Feb. 9 -10, according to the and the car was completely destroyed Mishap December 5. REAL ESTATE
damage to the 1975 Chevrolet pickup Starke Police Department.Tools by fire, according to the Florida Occurs on 301-S Chief Deputy Sheriff Glen A. Moore AGENCYPh.

truck he was driving was estimated at calculator and a typewriterwere Highway Patrol. arrested Donald W. Brown 18, of
,a A involved with .
The car was a station -
mishap was Investigated
$500. according to Police by Hampton, on the charges stemming
pilfered, in
Robert N. Fletcher, 30, of Brookerwas Chief Jimmy M. Bowen. He indicated Trooper W.M. Abrams. feet wagon north an of CR-221 accident on US-301 100 from a head-on collision with a car OFFERS
about six miles
not injured but damage to the thieves got in through a window to the south of Starke at Brown was driving and a semitruckat 3/2 w/15 ocres, Provident
1965 Ford truck was estimated at clinic. Getting Pizza Feb. 15.Douglas. 7:10.: p.m. Sunday the intersection of US-301 and 3/1't lake Builar.

$150. "We a tight budget CK-18 about 5 miles south of Starke. "/1'I 'i near Raiford.
on Was
operate very Risky BusinessTwo Kennedy, 18, of Starke
The truck was westbound ona Sandra Sue Underwood a &
pickup and would like to see the new equip- was not injured but passengerin 3 2 w- pool acreage.
to the
private driveway and the truck was ment returned," Dr. Raphael Vazana cars collided on US-301 at 1973 Dodge sedan he Brown's car,was killed in the accident 3, I I's CHA Reduced.
southbound on an unnamed county said, adding the dental equipment is McMahon Street at 12:44: p.m. Thurs estimated at $100. was driving was according to the BCSD. 3 2 Lake view.
road. As the truck passed the dentist. day, Feb. 12. 3 I brick. owner financed.
of no use to anyone except a Daniel Selove, 32, of Baldwin, was Moore went to Brown's home at
driveway the pickup truck enteredthe Diane Cox Smith, 30 of Starke 3-10-80-320 .
The case is under the investigation was Acreage acres.Notary
unnamed county road and collided of Patrolman A.B. Sharp and EstonG. not injured but damage to the 1977, not injured but damage to the 1973 10:45: a.m. Sat! Feb. 14, with the service
Fiat station wagon he was drivingwas capias and Brown to the
with the other truck, according to the Mosher. Pontiac sedan she was driving was brought
estimated at $500. Bradford Jail in Starke wherehe
Florida Highway Patrol. estimated at $1,000. County Alter,Hour
Trooper D.C. Roberts cited Moats Eugene; Lamar Eunice. Jr., 20. of The car was following the station was booked on the charges. He John Longford Jr.
wagon northbound on US-301. The car bond and released
for driving while his license was posted $2,625 was Realtor Associate
suspended. I struck the station wagon in the rear, from the local jail. "-311.
according to the Florida Hiehwav 0

Made'Shoplifting in Grocery Arrest StoreA CETA PositionWe I i -I I

Starke man was arrested for shoplifting after are accepting applications for Union County Ads _

shopping at the Food Fair-Pantry Pride grocery Policeman for the City of Raiford funded ,

store at 309 S. Walnut St. in Stake at 10:22: a.m. Fri under Title II-D. To be eligible you must
day, Feb. 13.Patrolman.

W.K. Mclntire of the Starke Police be a Union County resident, and meet II- PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT HELP WANTED
Department arrested James Vincent Porchlazzo, ,
55. of Starke, on a charge of shoplifting 4 D eligibility criteria. Applications are SERVICES '
Duracell batteries, one package of Beef Round, available at the local CETA Office, 40 GIFTS.-See Union : Excellent condition 1 and 2 BR CLEAN MOBILE at Home. Webster

one package of ground chuck, one package of USTOM MADE County Times open Mon. $1500. 1972 Vega Sta- HOMES unfurnished or America's foremost dltlonary <
bologna, and one package of Cheddar cheese, according East Main St. DRAP.ERIESiFreeestimates.. day and Tuesday 8:30: a.m. tlonwagon. 4 cyl., good newly furnished In nice' company need

to the SPD. Local to 5 p.m., Wednesday- condition $350. Phone private park 135160. home workers to updat
Store Manager Joe Rountree spotted Porchiazza distributors for completely closed. Thursday and Fri. 496-3164. llchg 2/19. Basketball court and local mailing lists. AI

as he went through the checkout counter and called ===. = washable nationally day 8:30: a.m. till noon. See LIKE NEW WOOD SOFAs playground coming. The age, experience un
him back in the store and called the police, accor- RAIFORD advertised Gordsette our 1/2 price table of with/matching rocker, Pines SR 121 at W. 8th necessary. Cal I

ding to the Starke Police Department. *3 bdrm 1/ bath brick home on V, ocr., corner property Draperies. SAW Enter selected gift Hem chair 2 and tables $325 Avenue. Phone 496-3299 1-716-845-5670, Ext. 1590
Patrolman Mclntire was called to the store by prises. Ed or Lomo FIREWOOD FOR SALE: $35 a never used queen hide-a 8.30-11: a.m. Off Ice No. 19. Itpd 219.EXPERIENCED.

manager Joe Rountree and Mclntire recovered the *3 bdrm 1V4 bath !brick home on 2 acre. on attractive Stephen 4963253. plck.up truckload for oak bed $300 Sean matching 4tchg 2/12 2/19 2/263/5. MOBIL

merchandise that was pilfered and returned it to the country road. 5/1/BOTFN. $40 a pick-up truckload' for washer/dryer w/logs and LARGE 3 BEDROOM I bath HOME REPAIR !PERSON

store. WORTHINGTON SPRINGS pine. Tree service and yard papers $350. color T.V home, central heat AC. Must do 'floors, walls
*Appro 40 acre, wooded secluded. Owner financed. INSURANCEMAINES work. Call Thomas Nettle $175. Phone 752-7961 Pro. washer dryer and kitchen roofs plumbing. ..I.clrlcalc.illng.

Necklace Floorboard *Lovely 3 bdrm bath home. 14 ocr.fenced.cro.fenced 496-3738 anytime. TFN vidence. Itpd 2/19. appliances. Near RMCColl and AC. $5 to S iper
on with Improved pasture, and pond. Alto hoe 30 add'lacre INSURANCE AGEN- 1/15. FRENCH PROVINCIAL Frank for detail at hour. Phone 49632992tchg
Leads to MishapA avail 0101.. Owner will' finance. An exceptional CY: 160 S. Lake Av.. Lake 1969 CHEVROLET PICK-UP BEDROOM: suit $250, 496-3247 evenings. 2tchg 2/19 2/26.
Butler.' 4963978. Complete C-IOi Body rough. excellent solid wood 5 place 2/192/26.
truck struck a car after the driver of the truck country ranch. Ideal for cattle/hone operation. House Insurance Service. TFN engine, good bedroom suit.$200, maple
reached down to pick up a broken necklace, on East hat many extras, stone fireplace and pool plus other. automatic transmission table w/4 choir. $150. coffee WANTEDWILL

Call Street 75 feet West of Church Street in Starkeat Only 25 mln. from Gainesville. FOR YOUR excellent tires, long wheel and 2 end tables $125. 2 BEDROOM. 1 lATH

11:34: a.m. Saturday Feb.14. PROVIDENCE REAL ESTATE NEEDS base-wide body $695. dryer $75, double bed $60. MOBILE HOME at $125 per PAY $50: for pre 192C
Jacquelyn Marie Barber 19, of Starke was not injured *20 acre of rolling terrain on paved road. Owner will IN UNION COUNTY Phone 431-1114 after 5 twin bed $45. Phone month with option to buy Florida Auto license
but damage to the 1979 Ford Bronco she was finance located In attractive country-side area. p.m. TFN 2/5. 752.7961 Providence. 1 tpd on 1/2 acre of land. No plates. Oscar Brock 234 S
driving was estimated at $150. *40 ocr. off SR24I-A. Wooded and some pasture. SPRING CLEANING SALE) 2/19. kids or pets. Highway 18 Oliver Elberton Go

Brenda B. Thomas 30, of Starke, was not injuedbut Owner will finance. Has valuable timber goad Invest- commercial Acreage Sears plug In fence charger BROYHILL BEDROOM SUITE: Brooker Rood. Also mobil. 30635. Itpd 219.REAL .

damage to the 1978 Ford sedan she was drivingwas m.nt. $25, block motorcycle $450. king size bed $150. home space for rent.
estimated at $800. Store on SR241. Has 3 gas pump.. grease rack. Call: helmet $20 2 skateboards Thomaiville' bedroom suite Available March 1. Phone

Both vehicles were stopped for a train. The car Highway frotage. Total of 2 acres. Also has trailer hookup Venera Brown $10 each roof carrier bars $600 recliner, $75 washer 4962308. TFN 2/19.
started forward as did the Bronco.The driver of the facilities. Bldg. can be used for variety type of business. Realtor-Assoclate $3. Phone 431-1114 after $75. upright piano $200 12X60 MOBILE HOME 2 ESTATE"HOMESTEAD
Call for oak wardrobe $100. Phone bedroom 2 bath In N.w
reached down appt. to sea. 496-3022 p.m. for more Information.TFN
Bronco to retrieve a broken necklaceand
the front of the Bronco struck the car in the 13-20-40 acres off SR24I on 239-A. Buy small or largo Tiffin and Owens, inc. 2LJEEPS 6 752-7961 HP JOHNSON Providence.MOTOR first River last area.and$150$100 a month. HOMES under REPOSSESSED'.d.rollo..
lie parcel. Prop.rty has fantastic view of countryside.' CARS, TRUCKS: : deposit.No *
rear according to the Starke Police Department. Owner will finance. Realtors available through Government with 14 foot aluminum Mat pets Indoors. Phone In Florida. Calif Anion'

Patrolman Eston G. Mosher did not issue a citation *19 acres with Mobil. Home. fenced cross fenced barn Riverfront & River access Agencies. Many sale bottom sharp bow boat tilt 473-4038. 2tchg 2/192/26. and Nationwide. $1 plus

after investigating the mishap. stalls, and tack room. 5 acres wooded S In lots. for under $200. Call trailer spare lire, all In MOBILE HOME 3 bedroom repair Details $2.
Owner of acre Improved Homesite lots 602-941-8014, Ext. 8629 for good condition. $600 cash. I 1/2 both in Lake Butler Homestead, P.O. Box
pasture. moving out state. MUST SELL.
4.7 Acres with home your directory on how to Aaron Varnes, I 1/2 mile $180 per month. Phone 5741.T57, Yuma. AZ '
Antique Show & Sale LAKE BUTLER slab and other Improvements purchase. 4tchg 2/19 2/26 north east of Lake Butler.Phone .. 496-2595. Itpd 2/19. ,2SIi64"Jpd2Cl2., '
*3 bdrm IVi bath home In Show Addition oH SR231. Has Off C238 '3/SO/12.nd.a -.'w, ..... 49&.2OO1. 1FM a/19.- .-, ..- .. "
Held .
To Be By unique fireplace and decorative built-in shalvee
wall -- -
Hog Farm* v TMVIUCRCDRV. : 'Ct' .O"" I
Lake City's Garden ClubThe wall. Different sized Acreage: two door good condition. I S ?;## ; iz
*Old fashion home 90 old. Has 3000 ft. appro sq.
Garden Club of Lake City is sponsoring their Could be a show place Don't pass this opportunity up. 5 6 acre lot 'In town $450.automatic Call 496-2724 transmission.after :, Leon's Plumbing Service "

annual Antique Show and Sale on March 6, 7, and 8, fireplaces, high ceilings cent. H/A unit. Also could be Mobile home &- 3'/i 5:30: p.m. Itchg 2/19. ,

1981.The divided Into 2 apartments for Immediate Income property acres In town 1976 FORD COURIER low Sampson City Road (22351
26 acre "ovelvhomesite -
show will be held at the American Legion mileage extra clean ., -

Post 57,located on U.S. Highway 41 South. Hours for *"LOG CABIN" Cuitom built made of cypress by local S2.5OO, call 496-3625 after '. 964-5523 __
the show are Friday and Saturday 1200-9:00; : Union County resident. 20' x 30' In si.. plus open front and farmland. 6 p.m. TFN 2/19. .! Repairs A specialty .j

p.m., Sunday 12:00-6:00: )( : p.m. There will be porch. MUST BE MOVED. Real Unique. Call for oppt to very ,lovely and Immaculate 1910 "STUMPNOCKER:" 13 t Remodeling & New Construction Free Estimates '

several drawings daily and home cooked meals will see. CASH. 3 BR, 3 bath foot, 9.8 h.p. Mercury 24 Hour service .

also be served daily. Tickets will be available at the *6 acres an SRI21 eat'of lake ButUr. Corner property. I home. 2.500 sq. ft., trailer gas can. battery, ] '' "
door. Owner will finance. fireplace with gas logs trolling motor all In new 4 Senior Citizen Discount-
*Mobile Home Park for sale. Ha. B hook-up. with odd'l I swimming pool and condition. Make offer .; Leon T. Odom. jr. owner N
many extras. Phone 496.3625 after 6 4'
room far B more. 'N
Call 496-3022 *limit One Coupon Per Service Call -
TFN 2/19.
Home for SaleNo JANE S. USHER REALTOR tin p.m. i 5 4 $

Money Down V.A. 1234: % F.11.A. Clay County 360 W.Main St.

Bond Program Lots in Deer Springs Call today Lake Butler, Florida

-Bob Harris 473-3133 or 964-5533. .".2126 or 496-2903 I I
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PERSONAL HELP FOR RENT FOR SALE time LPN or RN nurse for money? Ideal port time for Stark area. Excellent TAYLOR. Lawtey. Phone and springs, $60.00. Phone
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SERVICES WANTEDIMMEDIATE 10/9 tnchg full lime. Schedul. your Nursing Service (collect) USED NEWSPAPER Slarke. Itchg 2/19. .'
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CARPENTER WORK POSITION at $49.50. lok.G.n.vo $800 home, processing mail for evaluations for life Insurance St. Gainesville. Fl. 1/29 36" 25' each. Bradford 5332433.: 11pd 2/19.
Trailer Park. down. $146.44 month.
Remodeling work kitchen AVAILABLE for part-time Phone 4732879. Phone 473-4058 per u. No experience re applicants. HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED County Telegraph, SAVE $200-$300 on water

cabinets and trim janitor. Approximately 14 1/29 tfnchg 473.4367 after 6 or quired. Port of full time. ((904)396-5880./ ) 2/19 1 2fchg Tu... and Friday; must 9646305. tin conditioning .quipm.n"-4
carpenter. Reasonable hours each week even- 14l/i'x40 OFFICE in front of tfnchg 3/26 p.m. Start immediately., For Information 2/26. have transportalton.Hampton TRUCK TOPPERS. $199. INSTALLED For service on your unit, 0' :

prices. Call Ed Dempsey at Ings. Applicants must be new office. Phone LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGEKeystone .. and application. APPLICATIONS NOW being' Lake area Call ) Ha full vision Information call 964-5673. :
473-2477, tfnchg 2/5 mature, responsible and 4tchg 1/29-2/19 Heights send stamped self- accepted for work, full or 964-6750. Itchg 2/19. door and opening side win Itpd 2/19. i
ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS: neat. References required. MOBILE HOME ON LAKE 10 interest addresied envelope to: part time in hardwor. SPRAY PAINTERS: Minimum dows. One year warranty. 19" ZENITH COLOR TVi :
percent -
Closed meeting Monday 8 Send resume to Keystone Coif ax Publication, Box Beasley Bargains 16000. 4734508.
store. APPLY IN PERSON. 2/J9 :
3 metal
GENEVA. 3BR 2BA$175 lots on clear, sand yrs. pray painting
Open meetings, Friday Heights Animal Hospital.Rt. per 1135 Newberry. FL 32669. 4734521. tfnchg I/I Itpd.
p.m. month. Water and bottomed lake, priced to Acme Hardware, 301 E. required. Familiar with :
8 p.m. Alanon Monday 2 Box 105. KH. 2tchg Call St., Starka. I llchg CYPRESS FOR SALEs NEW CARPET. NEW B USED :
pick included. First and sell from S9.900. One to conventional and airless
8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7p.m. 2/1 2-19 up t IN 2/19. Firewood $5 '/, cord you Furniture 6 Appliances. :
last month plus SlOGdeposit. five ocr.overlooking lake spray aircraft preferred.
All In load. Custom Plumb.
cutting. fixtures
meetings CSTA JOB OPENING Laundry and pipes
Call available Immediate
473-2383. (access ) with openings long
Educational Building. Community CARS & EM!RECOVERY Lumber. Phone 468-2624. BARGAIN "
tfnchg 2/12 nice trees from $3.500 -, Delivery Person. All term backlog excellent CENTER. US 301
Church. tfnchg I/I ml. South of Slarke on Eastside South. _
TRUCKS PRIME RETAIL SPACE $SOO down $50 a month.I X pi ROOM applicants must meet the benefits. Apply Mon. thru of 301 from 9646679. 2/5
PRESSURE CLEANING. PAINTING available for r.nt inKeystone. Commercial frontageinvestment .. The Recovery' Room o'f f following requirements: 1)) Thursday. I 3 p.m. or by across TFNchg
Oak Trailer Park
and wallpapering.Phone 155 For information Be a Bradford Cty. resident ,. AERO CORPORATION Shady SINGER: late model Stylist.
THUNDERBIRDgoodcondition. opportunity. Lake City local Dlst. app
4732477. 2/5 1/29 tin. Doe
rlnchg 2) Be unemployed IS it all without attachments
If Interested phone I-30S-78I-OI98 SR.21N. Owner-salesman. Archie Tanner Funeral ; lake City Airport, SASSBOAT'lo
1975 VIP ft.
PLUMBING REPAIRSlarryTeague phone 473.4245 evenings. evenings. Itchg 2/19 473-4375. rfnchg 2/5 Home out of trie last 20 weeks; 3)) lake City, Florida. Equal monograms
Plumbing. 1/22 AKC Be economically dlsadvanfoged. 85 hp. Johnson power TIT;. buttonholes. darns, over-
Hnchg DOBERMANSTopquality 964.3757 !Storke.> Fl.' Opportunity Employer.MF ,
4751513. rlnchg 5/21 Drive-on trailer low hour coils, blind
hems. .
Contact: Florida tC. I
1979 CHEVY You
PICKUP. "4. only. or. Invited Handicapped Itchg!
AND MASONRYWORKbuild STEVE BROADWAY motor. WctfOtftOlC Originally
CARPENTRY Employment Service.' 209 an sold for over
14.200 miles. Excellent to visit our kennels. :::_ : V .
patio., condition., $6,800. Phone 475. I 1228. W. Call St.. Starke, 32091. Must self-Moke $400. Payoff balance due
fireplaces, addition.. 473-3607) after 6 TREE SERVICE WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN CLASSIFIED AD .Ph. 964-8093. llchg 2/19. MotorcycleYAMAHA offer. Call 964-8092 or of $141.50 or' assume
remodeling homes and p.m. Itpd Deadline for Insertion 964-5952. o.k far David.
2/19 rfnchg 2/5 I BRADFORD COUNTY PUBLIC payments of $12,10 per
tile work. Free *stlmates. 'Its CHEVROLET STATION Removal CB NAVAHO mobile or base TUESDAY NOON LIBRARY) Part time, temporary : XS.l 100; Special 2/5. rfn.FEEDER month.. Whit. Sewing and
Phone 473-4473 during WAGON PS. PB. with tots of ."'ro.. Whole preceding Thursday before '010. Youth full dress $3300 or best, of.' PIGS 51... ,Your Appliance Center. 3527
day. tfnchg 2/5 powerwindows publication fer. choice. 30 to 50 Ib*. $25 fo S.W. Archer
A/C. auto set-up. Will sell but prefer Outreach Program assistant Call 964 66O4 after 5 Road Archer
NO MORE RAZORS and AM/FM, top., $595.i Trimming trod. for gentle more. Minimum charge $2.50. 20 h... per wk. May p.m. Itchg 2/19. $30. Call 473-2589. 2/12: Square Plaza. Gainesville,
tweeters. Try electrolysis-' 475-1514 or 377-8500 ext. Also 19" TV. $50: electric (Covers I IS Words). 4.81 Aug. 21. '-81.Boch.lo. 10 SUZUKI GS-SSO I. like 2tpd 219.PIURSEIY.TOCKs. phone 376-4466.2/191 I Ichg
its Inexpensive. Hair 2731. llchg 2/19 Free Estimates stove, gold. trade for gas, Each word over ISis ..'*degree required new 1200 mile*. loaded. Shade and TOUCHAMATIC Microwave
removed permanently by a I or ..11. $35. Phone' 10 cents plus work experience with $1800. Ph. 468-1542 alterS flowering! trees: Oven left In lay-a-way

registered Electrologist. 473-4732 473.3364 for Pat. Ipd 2/19 I 'Not responsible for errors youth. Application will be p.m.. Itpd 2/19. evergreens; hedge plants: never used. Ha. meat pro
Call for free demonstration. WANTEDCASH After 5 p.m. 1971 VW PARTS..doors.hood. when given over the phoneor accepted at 105 E. Jackson aialeas, 18" 2." gal. be. defrost cycle, variable

Amy's Electrolysis, rear windshield when is not typed si. In Starka from Feb. 19 Classified Ads .cans. $1 1.50 each; camellia power up to 650 watt. Full
490 Lawrence Blvd. FOR GOLD. sterling Keystone Heights front drums and cylinder. and brought copy to the office., thru ..... 27. An.Afflr- In bud and bloom: palm.; factory warranty. Assume
Keystone. 4737033. rlnchg jewelry diamonds, coins. 1968 VW 2 motive Equal Opportunity fruit trees-peach. nectarine payment of $20
port rear Work
2/5 Will visit your home brake drum. Kawasaki "" J Employer. Itchg 2/19. For you..... persimmon pear month. While Sewing and
WILL CLEAR OFF' land 'for anywhere. 3765235. Mr. MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMIRICAN 100 engine, run good for plum. apple, fig; blueberry Appliance Center 3527
wood. Tear down old Rittman. Phon. collect.
Also plants: citrus: hanging S.W. Archer Road Archer
houses for lumber. No Hnchg 2/5 LEGION parts. mattress basket and potted houseplant Square Plaza. Gainesville
phone. Write Roger Rt. 1 WI BUY used furniture op- HALL. SR21. Sat. 7 p.m.. single' mattress springs and boxsprings ; *. G.t these'now..- phone 376-4466. 3/19 .
B"v 557F KH Itod 2/19 pliances and aluminum Sunday, 2-5 p.m. Public Invited with frame. $25 O.C. CARNES NURSERY. 23 Itchg. ,

OPPORTUNITIESATTENTION truck topper Phone tfnchg 2/5/81 baby items, stroller, car Wilbur Waters, Owner ml SC of Starke on Hwy ZENITH COLOR TVi Console
4734521. Hnchg 10/16 MOVING SALE Friday and 100 at Florahome. Phone model
bed deluxe under .
carriers and
FURNISHED 3BR "Call CUB for a free eatlm te" 6592165. warranty.
Saturday. Feb. 20-21 10 walker. Phone 473-2730. Cksed on Mon Pay off balance due 1
TREPRENEURS IN. HOUSE/APT. In Keystonearea a.m. on Fairway Av*. off I Itpd 2/19 day. :2/I2 rfnchg. $186.30 cash or assume J
and/or fleamarketeers. available 1 for SR.21. Specializing InLand BRAHMA lULLs
May Itchq 2/19 SPINET Very gentle. payments $19.20
market space. Indoor available fled 6-month I..... Option for WANT TO BUY used In vary PIANO-mahagany good condition, Clearing. Private Roads Built 6 yr., eld. Merrill Grill. month. Others to choose per ;'
in three months. Will and
more typewriter 9646767. 2/19.
Keystone. First come consider large 211. Air machine Must be in $600. Twin bed with from., Ponds Built Foundation work UnD RSFRICSRATORl tlpd from. White Sewing and
basis' $45. 473-2647. Ipd 2.19 Appliance Center. 3527: ,
dividuals group' or In Force officer retiring needs working condition. Land FillDiscing Excavating Back Hoe 964-6937. llchg 2/19. S.W. Archer Rood Archer
welcome. For I
temporary housing while 964-5764. tin 2/12.
"d Rental!Typewriter. Square Plaza
doasll.. phone1.305.os.n&a on Tracks Gainesville,
building. Contact Col.
end Calculators phone 3764466.
I lten J/T9 evenings.' 2/12.19 Rothwell, 3845458. 2tpd ADVERTISE NOW!! i- I 964-6941 1 Yd. Bucket 964-S764 ,1 Itchg.. 2/19

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|I MOBILE HOMES Why pay HOME PARK mobile home* V-holl. Vinyl top and mobile home H mortgage ILL'S SAW SHOP Complete SEWING MACHINES BUYING SILVER COINS and
| more? Buy direct from the pace*for rent. Phone many deluxe occetsorle*. I*3/4 paid or more. CHIN'S sharpening service, circular REPAIRED All makes Sterling. Paying top
I''[ factory and save. Large HOUSEKEEPING TFchg Just like new I Call MOBILE HOME SALES. hand carbide, cleaned oiled and adjutted. market price. Betty's
selection and deep Gainesville 964-3606. Open 7 day chain, blade hollow $15. Work
[ of 12. 14' and 376-3619. TFN. mower Books, Keystone Hgts. Call ,
} double wide*. Purchase a Underwood ing room TV and Air, U FT. LONISTAK weekly. TFchg ground and balanced. guaranteed. James 473-4378. 2/12 4tpd 3/12. !
: mobile>> home In the month Norm of Motel. 3 mil** ALUMINUM Jon-Boat. 7.3 WANTEDi Mobile home axle Leave at Jackson Building Strickland corner Morgan CARPENTRY AND PAINTINGi o-p
: of January and we will 301. 10/9 Starke on Hwy hp outboard and Mlnlkota and tire*. Will pick "p.OLiN'S Supply In Starke, Keystone Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg Repairs, remodeling
tnchg 160 electric MOBILE HOME Heights or Lake Butler. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK greenhouse Will '
I help In your monthly cost FOR LEASEi Restaurant wltti motor. Trailer PHONE 9647776ITERWILUGAR
SALES 964-3606. CEcnIA-
by paying to $50.00 mall bar with good rubber and Open 7 TFchg SERVICE Pump-out. work by contract or hour.
; you for lease.
I month for 12 consecutive per Motel. Hwy Underwood 301 light, $430. FIRM. Call day a week.' TFchg ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Retidentlal commercial Call 964-8813. 1/27 4tpd 205 N. Temple, Starke i iKINGSLEV
WANTEDi and Industrial. licens ,.
Uaed tool, both : Fully 2/19. "
months. North. GUI, 533-2268 533-2032. .
Hurry and 964-7184. or
comeby mechanic and carpenter. Phone 964-3149 or 9647619. ed. Phone 964-8131. TFchg WILL CRACK PECANS lor *
for more detail. COMMUNITY 1/22. 2/12 2tchg 2/19. *
Phone 964-8331 or TFchg MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS: Factory you: $.12 per Ib. Alo have
468-1331. 9/11 tnchg REMODELING BUILDING, trained mechanic. firewood for sale. Call
SALES US 301 North. Open Call 964-3261 or lOATi 13'. 70 HP Johnson WANTEDi Mobile Home Axle REPAIRS New kitchens, US-301 South 9644030. 9649550. 2/12 2tpd 2/19. Klngsley at lastl Shown by appointment enly- Like new 3
f* 9 a.m. to duk. 1 to & on 964-6112. 2/12 2tchg 2/19. Motor. Galvlnlzed Trailer. *. Paying the best price baths, family rooms. Brick S/29 TFchg S.aOOKKEErlNO. ANTIQUE RESTORATION: bedroom 3 bath home of simple' elegance. All amenities
: SIIndG Phone FURNISHED LARGE ROOMYAPARTMENT $1393.00 964-7228. F.R. Including screened dock boathouse with boat and
) 9648741. for good condition axle*. block concrete. Fireplace SERVICES 9 furniture, reflnlshlng and
: 1/8 TFN. and Entrance.! Private Yard Starling, Sampson Lake. 964-8331.9/11 tnchg specialist. Grlffls Con year experience in all repair. Quality custom furniture everything else your heart desire*. Aesthetically
: IN STARKEi 3 BR, IK BA; No Ph. No children. 14 FT. ALUMINUM Fishing struction. Phone 473-2108 phase*Including taxes and and hardwood for superior. QN rf HQMl fltoin
: den, IR/DR; large modern 964-S464.2/19 Boat; $123.00. Call or 473-2578. TFchg government form. ale.. Hunter Enterprise*,
:* ElK; 2-cor carport: utility DUPLEX 473-4306. Itpd 2/19. 473-7075 after S P.M. 7/3 Brooker 483-1343 collect Mint condition ham 2244 sq.ft. CHBA-close to chools Bshopping.
: area. CH/Otl. $44.000.Call tfchg keep trying 3/12 4tpd 3/5. Hove to ._.
LR Stove and Refrigerator. ..........
i. 782-3522. 2/122tchg 2/19. near cchool. $133.00 WE BUY GOLD. Cash on the INTERESTED IN INFANT Large home with 3 completely furnished apts B 1 very
'MOBIll HOMIi 2 bedroom. month. No pot. William Jewelry CARET INTERESTED IN large unfurnished Also
pet* 9647188. Classified Ad Deadline apt. an extra lot. All this for
100 E. Call
St. 9647064. AFTER SCHOOL CARE? St.Mark's .
12 60, unfurnished: central Itchg 219.MOBILI S9.500.00 down and owner will finance S28,00010for
t' heat and air. $650 and HOMEl tfnchg. Pre-School will offer 12 with
On Grlffls year monthly payment of S334.64.
: assume payment of Loop. Deposit required. No Tuesday Noon CASH .FOR COLD sterling these new service* II ..........
coin A-Z Pawn Shop 144 there I
!:. $1 01.00 per month. pet.9648816. Itpd 2/19. W. Call St. Phone 9648348.1113Hnchg. Call 964-8914 before Feb. Investment Opportunity- Best located motel In town 24
.. 964-5462. 2/19 MOTEL RESTAURANT In unit Priced
:.. Itpd. right
Starke 25. Itchg 2119. ..........
:3 BEDROOMSi CB house, in on Main Highway '" CHAIN LINK FENCE Install WILL
i'. Stork. Can. Heat, air, Fully equipped for lease, CARDIN BROS. ed. Free estimate*. HandyMan working BABYSITi mother at night in for Largo CB bldg In good condition appro. S.OOO sq. ft. 4
good business. 964-6784. my reitrooms, one acre of land adacent| to railroad.
laundry Attached .
workshop. Fence Co.9648559.
home ( hrs). 964 8427.
2/19 3tpd 3/3. any ..........
oarage, fireplace, Steve Cardln-Owner TFpd. 6/81. 2/19 Itpd.
: pool. 30'.. 964-8382 LANDFOR [ TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call 47 acres of greet,Rd. 16 pine timber,moture
!. owner. 2/19 tfn. r964-6750 ILANDCI..URINQ | the Office Shop 110 W. pecan trees and a liveable, large, frame two-story home

12 BEDROOM: 1 BATH utility SALE SEPTIC..TANKS Call St..Starke, for details, great for farming or could be developed.. Possibility ol
9645764. Ifn.rr getting .
M room. Carpet central gasheat DOZER WORK LARGE ft SMALL. "SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED owner financing.Mnewood
new refrigerator and 54 ACRES portly wooded FILL DIRT UMEROCK DRAINFIELDS RELAID
'"- gal range. 510( St. Clair St. lawtey/Slarke ;I Homo for Sale I Drlve-CB home with carport. Fenced backyard.
area on FILL DIRT
J $16.900. Phone 964-5944. paved road. Call ROADS PONDS BUILT DUG 'SEPTIC TANK SUPPLIES Roberts Rd. -Ranchette only 3 lots left-Payments I offer ..*..*.**.
2/19 2tpd 2/26. 904-389-8063 for appointment CULVERTS SET ft COVERED only$375.00 mo. on 2 BR1 Bath Expandable Home J100* on Indian Beach Lake Santa Fe home,guest cottage,
'MOBILE HOMII 10( x 482 and Information. 2/3 Deadline on ll',4% applications Friday, Feb. 27 I workshop dock, boo thou.... This prettiest part of the
bedroom. Good condition. 3tchg 219.I Call or come to Affordable Homes 327 W.Call St. I lake. Owner will consider financing.
Call Randy Curtis, ACRSi set up for mobile \... invest In the Best. It Saves More Starke, 964-5533. ..........

9645060. after 6 p.m., call home, hookup, leptlc, lOur finest commercial property(across from Holiday Inn).
9646183.219 Itpd. well, utllltle*, privacy 12001 on 301 with 1.61 acre*. Owner could finance.
fence, circle drive. Ben ..........

CARS Padgett, Lawtey DuPont Developers Dream 40 beautiful acres near Hampton.

TRUCKS Plant Road.7823928. 2/19 gOwner financing. **........
2tchg 2/26. Faulkner Realty
Come Inspect the Bradford Villas Townhouses on Bes-
977 FORD E-1SO VANi LWB.: YARD SALE sent "". Furnished model shown by appointment oftl,.
AT; PS; A/C; PB. Cruise.AMFM Prices start at $33.600.
8-trock; 29.0OO 221 Layfayette Street PMEFEfffff PROPf RT/f/ S
mil... >>4iM tt+VKOtT YARD SALEi FRI.. SAT. B 1 I *Best fI.hlng-50mp.on Lake lot-SU,500.
Must sell. Moke on offer. SUN.I Building back of 964-5065 Across from Wishbone .ButlfuIB..nt Rd. lot-133' 2SO'.
Call 964-8092 or 964-5952. Tackle Box Stereo radio *6'/t acre*-Lawtey area S1S.OOO.
ask for David. 2/5 tfn. dishes, coffee table, *5 acre* appro. 9 mile* wet of Starke-St. Rd. 100.
972 CHEVY LUVi Sun-roof.: clothes, shoe, many other should use ERA *Lawtey CB .tor.-form."Grandma'.
AM/FM 8-track: stereo; big Item. Itpd 2/19. Why you an ."Ic"-$19.500.own.fln.
tlra* and wheel; new I
*Let en E. Call St. Call for details.
valva |lob; tool box. Inspected.
MISCELLANEOUS, *7 1.ocr.lo", Brownlee Rd. S4.0OO/A. 20% dawn/12

_: Moke Offer...CallR3J20MLjofJarA.p.m. ,tfn -BAKER UP.GAS,INC.!Faml- Broken when 'buying o us.llinl..prop.rtJwe *606 W. Adklns-House B SO" x 100' lot $12.500.
.2/12. ._* *._. .. -'i.the--.t! .onch'opeixrredi* :.: ,,;.,? .,>., ... ;: *404 N. Cherry-J large nicely rWn. apt*..Owner fin.
'77 FOKD GRANADA Ex- '", We Hfrive 'to give better *3BR, IB Edwards Rd. Ha* everything $49,900.
*eel lent condition, good go* price* and service. Phone *Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2 B, panel, carpet $30.000. Reduced

.mileage, loaded, good 239-6812; Lawtey 782-3349; can help you locally we can help you our strong national identity Is supported by *607 Milton Terrace-nearly new-many$
tire*. S3.20O.OO. Phone Mlddleburg 282-4097. If U Ac. Brownlee Rd. Col. home, barn stream $64,500.
'9648975. 2/19 2tchg 2/26. you use gas,give u*a call! nationally we're one of the thousands of Independently extensive advertising at the local level. For no *Home>13 acres In Brooker SIl.tOO

owned and operated ERA() of extra cost you receive a total marketing effort .* 125 yr. old home(29O(( sq.ft.).Hampton B Ac-SJI.JOO.
Wilderness 14 Hr .Call St. commercial' 100 x 1W Owner fin. S9.VOO.
Post-Licensing fices. When you deal with us you're dealing not only In your own area but also na 5.5
Real Estate Course acre* near Presbyt.Church B hospital-make offer
Log Homes with one of America's largest real estate net tionally.No +20 acres. Rd. 100 W 27990. Owner financed.

An adventure into rustic CfMR.*.... IIIItnct1r works.An other real estate agency can offer you *43 Ac.Lawtey area formerly"Bore Skin lodge"$40.000
elegance. We make Log Tkf Den TMMM!Sckee. ) 130/nlSO1 commercial on 301-owner fin. $33.000.
electronic network that can help such dramatic and effective selling benefits.
Home dreanu-a reality. MRfelCsts. you 1+...71 Acres Rd. 230A( B Wilson Rd. $11,700.
J Mt M. Start* track down an Interested buyer, or an Interesting Buyer/Seller protection Plans we also +56 acres-Rd. 100-owner will finance.

.........AIIIIIIItzM ...... March.7 A aH047IZ.3131 home, anywhere In the country. make homes more attractive through the 2.6A-S235 septic well pump, elec.pole portable sheds.
7123MSSain 9 a.m. 5 p.m. +40 acres across rood from Bedford lake $105.000.
: The Moving Machine The key to the Buyers and Sellers Protection Plans.
AiMcMtt* ..... +Country Club lot 180 X 383'-nice location-$10.OiDO.
AM wo..... -..... CkeMker e| timmtnt ..... ERA* system Is the Moving Machine" special These plans protect buyers from many costly *Hampton Oak lot 125 tree*,owner financed-$7,800.
I... M4-IIII Ins M44I7* + Call S Water St. lot 235* x'"' Owner (IIn. ,
Must h..rtgjjr to kM IBM* electronic facsimile equipment that connects unexpected repairs for up to three years Busy $19,800
MkM 1. CMWf DMMSrawMSkIm +419 S. Walnut New large, warehouse $12.500.
M4-MIT 47MSM Call fir DItIIa us with ERA* offices all over America. after the sale. And sellers can have the same 7000 *... ft. CB bldg. on Rd. UE Owner fin.

...... .LeI .ACIUII 473-7871 47S12SSEvmfest The ERA(*) advantage to buyers, if you're coverage while their home Is on the market. +Homecomnier.) 1 cottage on Madison St. Owner fin.

..._ FIaIIU I u 473-32(5 faced with a move to another city the MovingMachine" These exclusive protection plans make any +$500 ma. Income four turn r.ntall-Calll Bay 55.OtW.

*Large apt. complex on 301, good cash flow own. fh,.
LABORER WANTED provides you with a fast, no-cost home more appealing, more saleable. Realtor A..oclat.-Aft.r Hour

:J. Between Ages 18-25 way to preview the real estate market without we're real estate experts. Your ERA Real Wayne E.Douglas Broker-Salesman. 946593Gerrl

actually being there we call this arm chair Estate Specialist Is specially trained and Lennon-463140lyron

CJA3W Must. have truck driving experience home hunting. prepared to help you with every aspect of a Anne Terwllleger Terwlllogar.Nelson.964-7776 475-1677 Martha Sally Dorlto Kllllnn 4A275i 782-33"'

,** III Cardln Bros. From the comfort of our office you can .

r. 964-6750 quickly see homes meeting your specifications( move.We can give you the advice to assistance -----------------------j

that are currently available In the area to and the exposure to sell your home or help 11C'

Classified Ads DIVORCE *50 which you're moving. you find a new one faster, easier. :> DON'S ROOFING
Contested wltn/wltnout uncontestM. abandoned The ERA( ) advantage to sellers. Obviously, We're ERA and that's all you need to know
Get Resu I ts children o- 984-6372
( your own flung feel If you're a seller, we can offer you a much in real estate. .JJ
Pioneer Electric Co. > WIIVICI larger market for your home with the Moving Only Faulkner Real Estate Agency can offer / I

Call between J p m. Machine we can show home to a much larger market for home.
24 Hour Service and 9 cm. your buyers you your Roofing of all types including
782-3085 259-4400 all over America. Using the Moving Machine we can show your ,

Industrial I AUCTION home to buyers all over America. repairs.

Commercial Free Estimates

Serving Residential Bradford Co.,I' \ Dealers Public -Tues.Frl. Faulkner ERA! has Exclusive Protection Plans that makes every home a Prompt Service

7:30: p.m. a Better Buy.

Huntley 301 N. of Starke I Well
.. MOBILE HOME The Buyers protection Plan if any of the terested prospects to purchase your home. .....Drilling I "...
473-4340 home equipment; covered by the Buyers Pro The sellers protection Plan of course, as a Day or Night Sendee

or tection Plan should fall, a toll-free telephone seller you may be Interested in having the EXPERT LOCKSMITH Fast Rotary

473,4252 call will result, In a speedy repair or replace same kind of coverage, and you can with the Drilling Equipment

Repairs Of Major ment. sellers Protection Plan.It Locks Re-keyed _.S.TATE>.UCENSEDMt I.

Electric Appliances, Here are the components covered by the protects you from 15 days after you Locks Repaired P.ump.iL.

Serving.Counties Bradford. _.. 4 Clay i Buyers Protection Plan: decide to sell your home until it's sold ((180 DON HILL ...... .

Lawren.Blvd.-- Keystone* The heating system days maximum). It covers the same com SECURITY SYSTEMS New & UsedSales.Partll.Se"'lce

Electric central air conditioning ponents as the Buyers Protection Plan And 473-3549

Built-in appliances prevents costly, last minute repairs Just asyou're

.. .E-Z.. Terms.... ..
UNDCLEARING' heaters preparing to move. -*>ee*e e *e *e e*e ei ee e***- <
(D-e<<;S) water .. VACUUM

water softeners Even If your home falls to sell any repairs Plumbing

HANK BRUNING; FILL DIRT The plumbing system made to BPP protected home equipment will NEW* USED !:

normally cost only the price of the New Installation
473-4761 ROAD GRADING. Plumbing fixtures you applicable We finance our own.

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