Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Meet SetA ). ,,.. ".", .... '" ...... "'.,. .'- I 1 ,. preliminary plans for redevelopment Jerome Johns, pointing out a
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of the central downtown
,'" ." ) ,' $500,000 debt over 30 years will cost
>;:.. ''I J streets will be signed this week, city
.< ." ., ,:: $1.59 million( said there is a need for
assembly to discuss the .M' ', ".I. "" attorney Terry Brown said Tuesday affected
public I ,. J'. '" property owners to be told
proposed state plan to guide state, ... ::0i1 ... night Jan. 15,after a long discussionat exactly what they are committing
regional and local in :, ;'1',',, k the city commission meeting.The .
governments .
.,, '' : i : ""J !!!!?"" ,.. ; set "in motion for.Johns
preparing for Florida's future is set .. ,.t : .J process was saying he likes to pay as he
in Starke next Thursday, Jan. 24, ," : ;;Jf.. .. Dec. 18 when the Starke commission goes, pointed out he doesn t plan to
Gov. Bob Graham has announced. J J { : approved spending up to $15,000 for leave Starke, that his roots are
The assembly is scheduled for 7 J preliminary plans and legal fees. buried deep here.
p.m. next Thursday at the Bradford I : .bi. That motion was approved on the "I'm not against progress," Johns
County courthouse, North Temple tkM'r / condition that attorney Brown certify said, "Buta lot of people can't afford
Avenue in Starke. w a majority of the 36 downtown this." He asked the city commissionto

The assembly, one of 17 public ; ; ,. ..., property owners favored spendingthe take a long, hard look.
meetings scheduled throughout the ; J ... money on the preliminary plans. Questioned by Commissioner Jim-
state this month, will include approximately Brown told the council Tuesday my Crosby Jr., Johns said he wouldbe
300 invited participants a' ,, ,''r ... night the signatures obtained willing to pay his share of the
including representativesof : u'"' satifies the council's intent both by $15,000 for preliminary plans.
business government officials, ::iJI rt/. ::1 I' 0 the front footage and by the square Johns suggested repaying the pro
special interest groups and in- < f ;f a Mt _footage methods. ject loan for 20 years, rather than 30,
dividuals selected at random. Par- r'I": 1 II'' : ___ to cut the cost. Crosby said that wasa
ticipants in the assemblies will be ': ; ;; -- rT Final Vote Assured.., good point, that the city had done
provided with information about the 1 ,I,;_ .... John Miller, chairman of the just that on its $2 million bond issue

proposed state plan and will then be .... .. :' I'r' Downtown Progress Committee, for electrical and sewer im
surveyed on their opinions about the + r assured the citizens who packed the provememnts and the payments are

plan and its content. s7r ...... city council meeting room, they very much higher.

The assemblies are open to the ..... -' would get a chance to vote yes or no
What Alternative...?
public. on the project once the preliminary
plans are drawn. Another meeting of E.L. Matthews of The Telegraphfirst
The 1984 Florida Legislature required the downtown property owners af to speak when Mayor Bigg-
the development of such a fected will be held, Miller reiterated. allowed those in favor of the projec
plan to provide guidance for state, Carolyn Autry, who helped Miller to address the group, asked what
regional, and local government. gather the signatures for the resolu- alternative anybody had to offer it,
Gov. Graham has submitted the initial tion drawn up by attorney Brown, place of the downtown project?
draft of the plan to the state said they told the signers all that is Matthews said the group was get
Cabinet for review. VL! being done now is okaying the ting the cart before the horse, that
h I j 'dam s preliminary plans.Kesolutions the preliminary plans were the next
Code Board 'r',", NQk signed by 57 percentor step, before a committment math

21 of the affected downtown property for or against the project.

owners were presented to the Fact Not Hidden...
city commission Tuesday night Jan. '
Meets-Tonight 15. thus meeting the Dec. 18 require- John Miller; chairman the

ment set by the city commission. Downtown Project CommitteeDPC
Members of the City of Starke'snew There are eight out of town property ( ) sponsored by the Starke
Code Enforcement Board will owners who did not have time to rep- Bradford Chamber of Commerce
hold an organization meeting tonight ly to the request to sign the resolution pointed out the DPC has been
(Thursday Jan. 17) at 7 p.m. in city and seven more who did not meeting for 13 months, has met 22
hall to elect new officers and reviewits 'x. X aC "'. sign it.Project. times, and that articles appeared in
duties in connection with the two newspapers after each meetingNo

city's new ordinance relating to Questioned... facts have been hidden, Millet

hazardous buildings. There was some two hours of stressed.
Members appointed to the board discussion in which Mayor Bobby "Call Street is dead," Miller said,

by the City Commission several Biggs, saying those favoring the proposed if something isn't done now.
months ago are Spyros Drivas, Pat $500,000 project had their say "We didn't go into this thing think
Welch Harry Green, Sandra Green, Dec. 18, allowed those "against" to ing we were going to get a free ride.'
Elizabeth Walker John A. Philcox, speak first.Merritt Miller added.
and Robert W. Milner, Jr. -- Williams, local State There will be a vote of the affected
The duties of the board will be Farm insurance agent with officeson 36 property owners when the

outlined to members by L.M. Walnut Street,and Jerome Johns, preliminary plans are ready, Miller
Gaines, the city's planning and zoning Big Sale Coming. president of Gator Freightways and reiterated.

director. ys who represented his father, Charley
Stuff is piling in at the old 1902 courthouse for the E. Johns of the Charley E. Johns In- Look Then Decide...
big garage sale set Feb. 7, 8, 9, 10 to benefit the surance Agency on Walnut Street, Commissioner Vernon Silcox urged -
Starke Center project for Santa Fe Community Col- were the major questioners of the those present to look at the

lege. project. However, after the preliminary plan, then decide how
The Mercury Lynx station wagon, above has been ti $ marathon discussion, both Williamsand they feel about proceeding. Such an
Wortk 'noting donated by Terwillegar Ford and will be auctionedoff favor
Jerome Johns stated they effort as this has never happenedbefore
by Jim Lawson of Terwillegar Motors. having the preliminary planning in Starke, Silcox pointed out
At work day to get items catagorized and priced, done to see exactly what the projectwill where a group of citizens asked in
the workers taking time to pose with the car are .
cost and what is proposed pay for city improvements.In
(1-r): In front of car- Inez llazen of Jacksonville, Guy pI where are we? Where are we going the end, Mayor Biggs said attorney
All Sports Club Andrews, Dot Sherrill of Starke, and Blanche Sapp; ;, ," Williams asked. Mayor Biggs, Brown has been authorizedby
To Meet Jan. 21... in back of car- Lucille Stieh, Wayne llazen of A not allowing those in favor of the the commission to contract withan

Jacksonville and Anita Rink .. project to speak, left the explanation engineer for the preliminary
The Bradford High All Sports At right, Mrs. llazen. an experienced evaluator at .-- !attorney Brown. plans.
Club will meet Monday evening, estate sales and !\Irs.\Iona! Canova tag jewelry pictures ; .- \1)) Brown explained the resolution is The DPC plans to contract with
Jan. 21. at 7:30 p.m. at the Western lamps, and other small items.At designed first to authorize engineer Jim Robinson of Harland

Steer Steak House.Computer bottom (l-r). Edith Cowans Lucille Stieh. and preliminary planning, that affected Bartholomew & Associates, Inc. of
Intro. Blanche Sapp arrange clothes and hang them on ,; .;- property owners will get to vote Jacksonville. The firm has 11 offices
racks! for the upcoming sale. About half the old courtroom f rt. before expenditure on whether the around the country and does work

Offered by V-T... Is filled with clothes racks now. Bob Paterson, .- .. f& entire project is authorized. all over the world, including
on the ladder in rear is handing wire for more racks. revitalization projects of com
A new course, Introduction to Helpings Paterson were George Stieh andd Alfred ,.... Williams 'then questioned if the munities which need improvementThe
Computers, will be offered by the Sheddon. Starke Center for the Santa Fe Com-
is working
currently on
Bradford Union Vocational School's Guy Andrews, leader of the effort to establish the / !' munity College will become a reali- firm for the revitalization of the San
Adult Education Department begin- stories of the ;. ty.The downtown project is based on plans
SFCC Starke Center was on telling ... Marco in the south side of
ning Jan. 29. according to Charles happening in the old courthouse and to keep the -... .",. the SFCC Starke enter project, Jacksonville.The Square.
Adult Education direc i Williams said.
M. Thomas workers interested. r..
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Guy Andrews answering. Involved...
tor.The introduction to computer -... I. ri Williams' question, said detailed Area
course will be offered by the Adult plans for the SFCC Starke Center The downtown Starke area cur-
Education Department of Bradford r' t -- project are completed and that con- rently involved( in the proposed
County School system to high i r y y tractor Ernest Triest is soliciting revitalization project is Call Street

school students and adults, Thomas construction bids. "...based on whatis from US-301 east to Cherry Street,
says. Students must be at least 16 known right now, there is no doubtin and Walnut and Thompson Streets
years of age. For further information my mind," said Andrews of the between Madison and Jefferson
contact the Vo-Tech Center, 0Principals SFCC Starke Center Project. Streets.

phone 964-150.Upcoming.

Meetings... In Your B-Section...
The Bradford School Board will
Blockhowks Arrlv...
meet Monday, Jan. 21, at 7 p.m. in
the Administration Building for its Menbers of the 269th Airborne Division fly into Camp Blending

regular January meeting. In some slick, $5 million helicopters to test the modern rapid
Superintendent Jim Duncan is set deployment forces.:
to attend his first official school
board meeting after being elected. Cocaine Dealer Plead..
Local Starke businessman Blaine Thompson pleads guilty In a

Chamber Banquet... cocaine trafficlng case that mad. waves in Bradford County.

The annual Starke-Bradford _.' --
County Chamber of Commerce

with be Banquet given a local is and set humanitarian a Saturday citizen-of-the-year, Jan.award 26, to to Local Schools Must Make Up. $150,OOO Shortfall From 1984Reddish I

be honored.
hooker is those state told the school board in a Finance Program, a school districtis
Tickets are available at the following summer. Only ,
the the
will have to cut some out of budget by
Chamber office) at Walnut and funds may not arrive in the current Monday night, Jan. 14. workshop paid upon the number of fulltime
$150,000 from their budgets in the sources:
which ends June 30. In the first at which newly elected equivalent students enrolled called
Madison Streets for $12 for the budget year
will be last half of the current school year that the school board would Superintendent Jim Duncan was ac. the FTE count, at the time of the October
steak dinner. New officers that amount necessary to make up a Some $221,000 will be left over case,
inducted with entertainment provided total shortage of $485,000 caused by when all deficits in the current $10 have to take out a loan at a local ting superintendent. The principals and February counts.
by the Starke Repertoire overestimating student attendancein million operating budget are bank to make up that shortage, then Reddish said are holding off i
The state'Department of Educa
when the PECO funds buying some items.
the loan
Choral. The event gets under way October. covered by unspent funds. repay
Supt. Duncan said much of the tion is already withholding some
with a social hour from 6:30: and That's the it looks now, unless arrive.
way the Bradford
shortage could be made up in the up- $60,000 per month
dinner served at 7 p.m., accordingto the FTE count is The district expects to receive
Chamber executive Mike February up according Education .That leaves a shortfall of $150,000. coming February student count. district was budgeted for to make up
to Finance Director Mike $110,000 in Public
some Florida Education the Duncan said.t .
the $485,000 Supt.
of thin Under
all ,
end of the The principals are aware
Cooney. Reddish. The $483,000 can be taken Bond (PECO) funds by the

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..aJCt.2Ttl.tUUAPIl: January 17, 1985 .1,

I Insurance Agent Considers Suing County, Charges Favoritism ;, J

Insurance agent Ron Denmark ed insurance coverage for the coun- coverage. Roberts said workman's pony officials were available to give the"county compelled i to take the the commission voted on a motion that by "

who presented lower bids on two 01the ty for several years. compensation is the toughest to get definite quotations on coverage. lnw Rt bid "ff.M1 H Commissioner Wilbur accepted.Waters > ,1'
five insurance policies. Is still because of the potential for losing Denmark said his bid for general the Roberts'bid be county at-
considering suing the Bradford money. liability coverage was (8,000 less Roberts said he was pleased to Denmark criticized the
County Commission. Roberts Favored...'? than Roberts' and fleet coveragewas provide the county's insurance torney for not rendering an opinionon

Denmark says the favoritism The will pay almost$85,000 $3.500 less. He didn't provide a coverage and pledged to continue what was obviously five have separate been \
All five policies were awarded to shown Roberts goes back to the time to Roberts agency for the five workman's compensation bid pro- "top service." policies which could and the i
George Roberts Insurance Agency that he served on the county com- policies.: tection for money and securities awarded separately saved j i
which submitted a 5-policy package mission and also acted as the coun which might be stolen and coverageof No Legal Opinion.. county money. the "new i;
himself ,
deal. The two policies bid by Den- ty's insurance agent Clerk Gib Brown says agents had the county equipment. When the insurance bids were Denmark calls to get a :
mark could have saved the county. adequate time to bid. He said an opened Monday morning Jan.7, the boy on the block" but vows
some "1.000. After spending several hours going agent can't expect to come in and of- Denmark said other !agents in board discussed whether the five fair shake from the county by being .
over records of previous county fer bids on one or two policies that Starke failed to bid because of the policies involved were a package. If persistent.Denmark.
Denmark says this week he is still meetings, Denmarks says the coun- they know will make their company lack of time and the" well known all five polices were connected then said a check of the coun- 1
investigating the possibility of a lawsuit ty has foiled to allow adequate time money and leave the county without favoritism Roberts has received. Denmark's bid wouldn't be allowed ty records indicated that in 1980
and was awaiting a legal opinion for other insurance agents to bid coverage on other areas which may because he submitted only two of the county accepted a bid for fire
on the chances of success of suing against Roberts. not be as profitable. Brown said the More Bid Time... five. surance that was lower than
the county. five policies were considered to be a Denmark says six to eight weeksis Roberts. That police was among
The policies awarded to the package of coverage and all five needed for the county to get good Carter asked Brown and accoun- those held to be part of a packagedeal
Separate Bids Possible...'? Roberts Insurance Agency this policies had to be bid for the agent to competitive bids.Commission tant Pat Farnsworth at the meeting this month.In .
Denmark claims county commissioners month included general liability get the business. whether the policies could be con- another situation in 1982 biddingwas
failed to investigate the auto-fleet fire money Chairman Maxie sidered separately. Brown said he advertised on Jan. 4 and bids
possibility of giving the policies to and workman's compen Denmark says the policies should Carter Jr. says the county would like believed the five were a package were opened on Jan. 14, clearly not
two different agencies and therefore sation. have been considered individually. for more agents to bid the insuranceand deal but the county attorney would enough time for getting quotes from
paid about $11,000 more for the Denmark told the commissionersat said if more time is needed then have to make a final determination. other agents. Only one bid was of-
coverage.At Just an Excuse... the Jan. 7 meeting that he received when the policies come up again that fered in 1982 with 10 days notice
Roberts told the commissioners he the request for bids about Dec. 2 more time should be allowed. County Attorney Dudley Hardywas Roberts Insurance Denmark says.
the Jan. 7 county commission had heard the excuse about agentsnot and couldn't get quotes on all the out of the room observing a cocaine Denmark says the county commis-
only two bidders offered having enough time before but policies by Jan. 7 due to several Brown pointed out that the state hearing in circuit court on the sion should allow more time for ,
quotes meeting on insurance: Denmark and the fact is that many insurance com- holidays reducing the number of requires no specific time for the bidding second floor Before Hardy could be agents to bid if they want to get bet-

George Roberts.Roberts has provid- panies Just won't bid on some working days when insurance com- process to be advertised_ nor is summoned for an official opinion ter prices on insurance coverage.

. New School Superintendent Outlines Procedural Changes for Board I,

to receivesd an agenda a week before board meeting, turned over to staff meeting supported Duncan. The Supt. Duncan suggestecTChe mat- often members of the public aren't I
Several procedural changes board the meeting. Any item a board for evaluation then awarded the other board members were largely ter should properly be referred to aware of the procedure. There en- ,
action in
speed up member questions could be pulledoff following month.'Administrators. non-commital,willing to try the new the superintendent. Board members sued a lengthy discussion of unpredictable -
meetings were new Supt.
by but said member of the situations.
procedures. agreed, a
the consent agenda Supt. Dun-
Jim Duncan and agreed to by the
can said. won't be requiredto Hall pointed out that years ago the public should be heard by the board
board in a workshop Monday night attend school board meetings if board tried opening bids at places, even though no action can be taken --',

Jan.The 14. include: Bids will be opened by school there is nothing on the agenda per- other than the public board without all parties present. r
changes staff evaluated and a report and taining to his job assignment or meetings, and the public thought it Duncan would like such com- STARKE
school. smacked of and said the plaints to go according to
-A written recommendation by the recommendation to the school secrecy CHURCH OF GOD ,
the administratorat
superintendent on every item on the board. Opening the bids prior to press criticized the practice. proceduresfrom the to the 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 I i
what school
Veteran board member Rodney Most discussion concerned superintendent
school board meetings, in the county
agenda. office or at a site and time set by the Hall bridled at the procedural would happen if a member of the to the school board. In that procedure Walter F. Monti Pastor
and action board other than the meeting will changes made without informing the public approached the school boardat the matter would be on the We invite you to worship with us.
-A consent agenda an
would enable the board to take quicker ac board. Chairwoman Patricia a public meeting about a situationat agenda and the administrator pre- ATTENDED NURSERY
The consent agenda
agenda. be tion. Bids have been delayed a Spengler, who had apparently been a school and the administrator of sent at the meeting. Sunday School 10 a.m.
items to
routine approvedall
group at once by the board. The board month when opened at a school informed of the changes prior to the the school wasn't present. Board members pointed out that Morning Worship 11 a.m.

Evening Service 6 p.m.

Wednesday Youth ... ._. 7:30: p.m..

I Brooker Council Discusses Water System Repairs after Outage I

Electric in Lake City the booster everything we've got," advised Worthington Springs and Lawtey
Getting top billing at Tuesday'sBrooker Election Coming Up... Correctional Institution
veteran clerk Linda Robinson.
be rewound and bearings city
City Council meeting were motor will the Feb. 19 is the date of the next city ments, the house was a complete
Advising council of
troubles with the water system and replaced for $139. election, but only one office holder F
the roads in the Shady Repairs to the low pressure warn- preliminary contacts with several loss.Following
improving drew opposition. the fire the trucks just
will be made in the futureto area contractors Melvin indicatedthat
Oaks Subdivision.A ing system
Marshal Tommy Raulerson Clerk about emptied the remaining water
of Sunday'sdrought. while paving was out of reach It.
workshop meeting on the roadsis avoid a repeat
Linda Robinson, and Group Three from Brooker's water tower beforeit
at 7 in At present the gauge on the road improvements could be accomplished -
Tuesday.Jan.15, p.m. Councilwoman Sue Davis are all was learned the pump was out.
the town hall. outside of the tank is not workingand for approximately$8,000 The Hartford
unopposed.In During discussion of the
the electric warning light to 10000. As a cost cutting coun-
Group 5, C.J. Stalnaker will be cil members that if
agreed worse loves
the council that if maturedrivers.
is in- measure, agreed
A .. signalling pump problems
Dry Night. possible the services of an engineer opposed by George O. Pierce for the had come to worse the trucks could
When Brooker ran out of water operative. could be done without. seat. have always been filled up at the Weguarantee
Sunday evening, Jan. 6, the whole river with the floating emergency
town was mad. Even CouncilwomanSue Road in Shady Oaks... Following discussion on various Fire Department News... pump. That is, until the chief advis- it.
Davis was out of water and as Started in the mid-1960s the Shady aspects of the project a special Sunday was busy for the fire ed them the emergency pump had
she told the other councilmembers Oaks Sub-division on the east side of workshop was scheduled for Tuesday department as well as the town been broken for the last year or so. If you re a driver age
had to go to bed without! .a shower. Brooker began with dirt streets and Jan. 15 at 7 p.m. City Attorney council, according to Volunteer "The pump tore-up when we triedto 50 or older, The lart-!
today still has dirt streets. Roger Blinn will be requested to at- Chief Tony Stalnaker.The pump out that hole when the water ford thatyourautoinsurance .
"It was :a, situation where tend to advise on the need for bid- answered fire line broke," admitted councilmanC.J. can guarantee
With about seven houses fronting department a ''I L, '\ ..Vwon't
something had to be done and doneadrrrlGwaa'saklasi tprosd gmdesbegeueral, ,ding the project and if an engineer ) at the Ronald,Polk' house approximately Stalnaker.i ,
unrl .
il : ly.a ,d a, &! ...'2'wilFhave-to '"I vCall! he canceled just .' j MlI'B'J>
'' said Gene fe ling Is that there ate not enough' be-hlred'to'draW-iip three miles east of It was agreed for the pump to be; *
safely as possible, residents there to justify paving the specifications."The Brooker. Even with assistance from repaired. 'I' because you have an
Melvin of the emergency repairs. streets but enough problems for county could save us a lot of !; accident. 'VC'hat's more,
some money if they would provide us with i" insurance won't
The first sign of trouble for the improvements."We your
the fill dirt and loan us a grader," be
water system was when residents don't have enough money May canceled becauseof
started to complain. Following a right now to pave it and it would cost said Melvin. Cox your age or any
quick investigation it was learned about 160000. I'm all for paving it According to Robinson the city ] I Appliance claims you file. Plus,
that a wire had shorted out and if we had the money," said coun has approximately $20,000 available we offer generous discounts -
in road at this time. j
cilman Gene IWelvin. money
damaged the motor on the main im & for mature
"I'm for doing exactly what you'retalking
and the chlorinator booster
pump on drivers with
about filling in down there" Finances Rated Good... good
pump. indicated Davis. "How much can we Presenting a compilation report to driving records.If .
Operating on their gas driven aux- do and still have money left to take the coucil was Eddie Douglas of ;t Air Conditioning; you re a mature
iliary pump water was restored care of the rest of town?"questionedthe Davis.Monk, Farnsworth and Com- driver and want qual-

Sunday evening. Councilman Joe councilwoman who is a residentof pany, Brooker's accounting firm. !r1! ity protection, specialrates
Tolleson took off work on Monday to the subdivision."It The city was complimented for be- Service and lifetime renewable -
help with the repairs. The main should have been done when ing in good shape. "Looked real auto insur
motor was rewound and put back in the subdivision was built. If we float good comparatively speaking witha ance coverage, ask for
place by Monday evening. bonds then taxes will go up," said lot of other little towns" said ,. Service and Repair on: ,' 1 auto insurance from
Chlorination is being provided bya Melvin. Douglas.
The Hartford
liquid processor until the booster "There's been years when we Brooker ended the fiscal year All Major Appliances : I our

pump is repaired. didn't have any money out here. I Sept. 30, 1984 with a balance of ,1 Air Conditioning agency today.Don't
Approved for rebuilding at Turner don't recommend, that we spend $17,320 in the general fund. make a decision -
Refrigeration Electrical on automobile

insurance without a

I. Lois a whole Jane lot:gospelMany a little bit country, Published COUNTY THE BRADFORD every TELEGRAPH Thursdayat f \- i: Sl: JOE COX, OWNER quote HODGESInsurance from us.

people are searching for At 16 she was billed as a 135 W. Call Street Agency

happiness and meaning in their "teenage star" singing gospel Starke. Florida 32091
lives, but few find it. Lois Jane music and appearing on TV with 964-7462 964-4571

has found the true source of hap- some of Country Music's great Second Class postage paid at
piness.Happiness for Lois Jane is stars. The people who make stars Starke, Florida 101A Edwards Road

singing for the Lord told her if she would let them r AUTO
Lois Jane has been singing change her name, her music and Subscription Rates: '
since she was three years old.She follow their leads, she would be a In-trade area: $10.00 per year Rt. 2, Box 2116' HOMEOWNERS

has appeared with some of the star. $5.50 six months (Hwy 16Raiford Rd)
top country music stars of our "But I always knew the Lord ;(

day. Such people as Merle Haggard wanted me to sing His music," Outside area: $11 per year Starke, Florida 32091

,Mel Thus and Dolly Parton she replied. Lois Jane began tour- $6.00 six months THE HARTFORDCaptain
have shared the stage with Lois ing and recording full time more r,.. I' ....... .. ..'
Jane. than two years ago. Her husband -- . .. .. CUP
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Fame is something most of us Ron Huddleston is her managerand
always seem to be looking for and operates the sound system. F& FRIES Two tender fish fillets, :

never quite seem to find. Lois Lois Jane said she feels that the 0' na1urakulfrenchfrles.

Jane rejected numerous country Lord has blessed everything she S. FOR $1 75 and 2 Southern-style hush
music contracts and offers to has done for Him. Peace of mind @ a ONLY puppies. .

devote her singing to the Lord. has been her reward. I Offer 1/31/KS
A Division of SHONEYS Expires
Her reason is' simple and basic. Lois Jane will be appearing at I : No prod ra'ln any"apectal Ca tain D's. :
"It is what God wanted for my Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
tat portc xng copt DU a great little seafood place. .
life. January 27th at the 11 a.m. ser-
Born in the"Hills and Hollers"of vice. . . .'. CUP THB COUPON . . .

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j :BHS Plans Set for $350,000 ProjectDetailed 'I

), drawings for the The insurance will not cover the damaged by smoke and soot which
? ; ,I t rebuilding of the burned-out $8,800 cost of busing the 400 students was distributed through the air-
}' ; r;, Building I at Bradford High School to and from the vo-tech center conditioning system.
a, were to be driven to Tallahassee for where they now attend class, untilthe
I AV ++ Department of Education approvalon end of the school term, Reddish Coverage Praised...
4j an emergency basis, the school said. High praise of the insurance
j i board was told Monday night, Jan. coverage on the fire was given by
j'J'J ;: 14. 10. Classrooms... Director Reddish and Supt. Duncan.
j n The board agreed to meet in Only 10 classrooms will be In the "It's difficult to see how we could
,! special session, if needed, to call for rebuilt building which had 14 before have better coverage," Supt. Dun-
bids on the estimated $350,000 the Dec. 14 fire. can told the board.
1 rebuilding project. Architect Don Space will be sought in the vo-tech The school board's policy throughthe
Morgan said he wants to call for bids center, where the 14 classes are now consortium calls for a $100,000
,6 b ale by the Feb. 18 school board meeting, being housed, to replace the four deductible with complete, like-new
1I I 4 r1 1iiwu at the latest, in order to meet an classrooms, or portables will be us- restoration coverage. The consor-
August completion deadline on the ed, the talk was Monday night. tium has$450,000 funds built up with
rebuilding project estimated at which to pay the deductibles.
t $350,000.The The Clean-Up... Everything over $100,000, called excess -
former English-Social Studies The board gave architect Morgan coverage, is carried with a
building will have to be to the "
I II walls. gutted permission to get bids on the clean- "policy with Lloyd's of London and
I 4 A up of Building I. handled in Florida by the Miami in-
I Rebuilding plans call for a com- A Bukance firm of Gallager-Bassett.
clean-up job, finished in
!I ,I>, "t '___ plete new roof, says architect time for students to return to school Cost for thes Bradford district for
j ./ "* _Jj Morgan, not because of anything he Jan. 4,was required for Buildings II, Its entire insurance package, ex-
did but because
$ the damage condition III, and IV. Everything had to be cludin ealth, is some $103,000 pel'yearln
mandated it. cleaned from the ceiling to the floor ding workman's compensation -
j The roof will be sloped using in the areas of the high school fife transportation, buses,
slanted pieces of styrofoam Insulation commercial vehicle training, etc.
i New Building Plans Headed for Tallahassee... and relocated roof drains. It will
also be one of the best insulated
J Architect Don Morgan, left, explains the plans for Morgan said he would drive the plans to Tallahassee buildings, Morgan said.
j rebuilding Building I of Bradford High to school board for DOE approval and that DOE planners had prom s- Individual room airconditionersare
i members (l-r) Judy Becker Rodney Hall Patricia ed to quickly approve the plans on emergency basis. planned. They will be placed on
I Spengler J.R. (Jim) Lawson, and J.T. Parrish. A bid call is planned no later than the Feb. 18 board the roof but catwalks, supported by 9h I
meeting to ensure a finish before school opens this fall. steel joists and a layer of galvanized
I metal, will be constructed to keep
I workmen off the roof. Every eight years lunar and solar calendars coincide.

The building will be updated to
meet new fire and building codes.
J Hampton City Clerk: Resigns The insurance company represen-
ting the Northeast Florida Educa- SOMETHING NEW
I tion Consortium based in Palatkahas

'. Hampton Clerk Lola Williamson serve the balance of Williamson's Tabled once again for further agreed to those conditions, .,......-- -
'I tendered her resignation from the ci- term. Only qualified electors of study the proposed closing of a Morgan said.Contract -
I 1 ty position at a special meeting Monday Hampton may apply, with applica- street adjacent to property owned by
Jan. 14. tions to be returned to city hall by Diane Rhea, who was present at the Needed...
Williamson, citing "personal and Feb 5. meeting to request the closure as the One of the few items left uncovered ;
i health reasons," will no longer serve A new Clerk will be appointed Feb. council had washed.oAnnounced is the payment of architect c.. PowellBurgers
effective March 12 of this for
1 year. Morgan work on the
12,in order to train for the month immediately R7
Williamson has held a position in rebuilding drawings.
city government since 1978, originally preceding the effective the completion of the School officials were uncertain
date of '
i running on a platform to support resignation.In purchase of the new city park pro- Monday night if the insurance
i the formation of the Hampton water perty. Equiping of the site will beginas 'coverage would pay the architect,or
1 1 system. Hampton's system has been business at the regular meeting soon as possible. if the board will have to pay.
: up and running for about three years Finance Director Mike Reddish and
held Jan 8, the council:
i Received a Certificate of Award Supt. Jim Duncan both said they expected -
; Mayor Elwood Padgett expressed Heard a presentation from fron the Bradford County Chamberof the insurance to pick up the
I the appreiation of the council for Florida Power & Light Co. concerning Commerce for the sponsorship of fees, but haven't received word yet. 4 2
II Mrs. Williamson's service, addinghis the city franchise agreement up the city Christmas Parade. Morgan is due eight percent of the '
thanks. The members ea.
personal for renewal. FPL representatives contract price, or $28,000. 6
of the than usual audience "Thank Don board \
j 4 larger applauded stressed that the was offer- you, ,
Williamson in company kidded ,
Mrs. members about hayIng
ap- Morgan .
i'' ing the highest amount allowed by Heard a presentation on televi-
for her work. "We'll how
contract. the
I preciation law to the city, 6 percent of the bills. sion cable systems that appeared to no see
Ii i The city will advertise for applicants The council took the matter und a dash all hopes for installation of a February if there is FTE enough count money.comes.."out kidded,and I Yes, it's the little square burger, the ones you like so

I I eligible for appointment to advisement. system in the forseeable future. boaid member .J.T. Parrish. well...

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Lady Tornadoes 5-6 for Season

For the sweetest cherries
look for dark red color.It ( ) EEaL$

Since coming back from the BHS led 8-2 after the first period, nado girl eager in double figures, should range from deep 1212 n. Temple Ave.. Starke.
Christmas break, the Lady Tornado 19-10 at the half. After an 8-8 third with 13 points, as the Tornadoeswere maroon to almost black Florida 964.6561
varsity basketball teamhas; won 2 period, the BHS girls took charge to edged 41-38 last Thursday for the richest flavor. ....
and lost 1, making them, &tf /wHie win the fourth period 21-8 behind the night, Jan. 10, by Santa Fe. -
seas h. sUboting of Marta Reddidh17polnts/. "f It was the BKS'girls first'game
Wins have come against Jackson- and Beverly Mosley, who grabbed 10 after the holiday layoff, the girls
1 ville Episcopal and Middleburg this rebounds and scored 10 points.BHS shot only 30 percent,and were shaky
past week. The only loss was to San- after the layoff, said Coach Slater.
ta Fe. 8 11 (21-48 Santa Fe and BHS are both young
Episcopal 2. 8 8-26 teams and about equal in ability, but
i BUS 62, Middleburg 41 Bradford: Reddish .8-1-17 Strickland Santa Fe outhustled the BHS girls,
3.1.7,Davis 3-0-6 Mosley 5-0-10 Calney said the coach.
j Dominating the entire game, the 408. Totals 23248.
j I Lady Tornadoes swept to an
easy Episcopal: Klecan 3-0-4, L.gler 1-0-2, Bradford: Reddish 5-3-13 Strickland
62-41 victory Tuesday, Jan. 15, in
Middleburg. Whitehurst010., Smith 1-0-2 Cluster 3-3-9 Davis 1-2-4, Mosley 2-0-4, Goln.y
j 102. Totals 12226. 3-0-6 Jenkins 102. Totals 15838.
Starting the game out, the offense
moved the ball real well, according Santa Fe Sh.ppard 0-2-2, Fr.vn.y -BDOlFltBlsta> 1-------8>S0814-Bf8f8tBftlBflOBiBfle--
Santa Fe 41 BUS 38
8-1-17. Burns 3.0.6, R.wis $5-2-12 Frazier
J to Coach John Slater. "We missed
Marla Reddish was the only Tor 204. Totals 18541.
some we should have made and weJ
weren't aggressive enough on the
} defense, letting the. Owens girl get ForM'ire Tnrnad't Spins, See Page 1OA
$ down inside. MYSTERY
5 At the half, BHS was up one point,
28-27, with Middleburg never

BHS threatening won the again first quarter after the 15-10 break., lost PRE-GARAGE SALEONLY CONTEST COMING! !!

I the second 13-17, won the third 19-8
and the fourth 15-6 for a game total

of Following 6241. the half, Middleburgwent l How well do know
into a man-to-man defense and you your
Slater's girls used the spread of.fence -

merchants ? Would
"If they took the guard, we just you recognizetheir
dumped it off," said Slater.
' "It was a good team effort with 24
four girls in double figures. They're I baby picture? How about a
playing good team ball. Everybodygot AT THIS PRICEHOSPITAL
to play tonight," indicated the

coach.The JV girls play Thursday in the photo of their girlfriend or golf cart.

BHS gym at 6:30 pm. against Lake

High.B14S City..Jan.The 22 varsity, at home plays against next Tuesday Clay- BEDS $1OO Well here's your chance to find out

Must be sold NOW Space needed before Big I'

MiddUburg 15 10 13 17 19 8 15 6 .. 41 62 Garage Sale, February 7,8,9, & 10. and have some fun and win

Bradford: Pallcia Davit 7-1-IS. Cindy
Strickland ..12. B.varly Moialy-3-Il. Marl.addim PHONE 964-5213
4210. vain Oalnay .-0-', Latony.
Tyton 1-6-2, Connl.' Carte 1-0-a, Tonya JanMlnslaa. $100.00 :
Total JS441.Mlddlaburgi Your Opportunity To Help
.: Owens,-,-n, Hoover 4-1-11.01..-
boos 10-4, aulll '- -a, Wllllamt 11-,.,. Totals'
Santa Fe College
ta-t- '. Community \

p BUS 48 Episcopal 26 Starke Center
: I The Tornado girl cagers led all the
.' way in a 48-26 win over 2-6 Jacksonville CLEAN OUT YOUR ATTIC NOW MR. MERCHANTThis
,; Episcopal in the BHS gym.

: Legal Notice; Bring items All Contributions to Old Courthouse- Tax each Deductible Tues., Thurs. 1 is your opportunity to put your

':: ADVERTISEMENT & Sat 10 till 3:00: or Call 964-6073 or 782-3518 for
\ ,
l", j Pursuant to Chapter 932. Florida Pickup. best face forward to the buying public.

Statutes, th. Bradford County Florida
Sheriff's Office Intends to file a Rule to We will be soon to give
fLzrEverything calling on
Show Cause why: the following described : Wanted you
property should not be forfeited to the
State of Florida: from Buttons to Boats...
I IN RE: JOHNNIE BLAINE THOMPSON. the full details on our contest
i ONE ((1)): 1980 FORD VAN. Even Grandpa's Wooden,leg! you

, I i VIN.In addition NO.: S14GHGJ1372 pursuant to Chapter 932, Homemade Jams, Jellies, ''Quilts,

. I cernlng Florida Statutes the seizure, the of operative said property facts con-areas Y Costume Jewelry, China, Antiquesor However, if you must know now. call

\ I follows. What Have You?,
. 1. County of Seizure Bradford. 964.6305 for full details.
: 2. Date of Seizure: November 6, 1984 Kathy at .
3. Law Enforcement Agency holding .....-
I above-descrlb.d property: Bradford
Sheriffs Office
"I 4. Court having Jurisdiction: Circuit HAVE FUN GET INVOLVED
*iI, J Court of Bradford County, Florida. .
;;t ';; 5. Anticipated date of flung February Help bring college education to Bradford Co.
" 18. 1985
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Waldo Melrose and Even 'Louise'lJ. !ed '
Co ent ,
Qpinion/and. .
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COME .,' was when Waldo was a thriving Divided CityMELKOSK All About LouiseIn
"railroad town" with a
estimated at "about 1,000" with a "fine strictly speaking, is in the 1885 the area known as Louise, south
Starke andBradford ALIVE
; school building" and four churches. In his County of Alachua, but the village Is of Graham just across the Alachua County -
; "Historical, Industrial and Biographical" located in four counties, viz.: Alachua, line, was a thriving village with a post
County directory of Florida, published in 1885, Putnam. Bradford, and Clay, and on the office, several churches, and two general
I m Wanton S: Webb gives the following infor Santa Fe Lake, a fine body of water nine stores. -
order to remains of the town today, but
mation: by four miles in area. (Note: In Nothing
Headed :" avoid confusion, Melrose was finally placed in 1885 it rated the following impressive
tarTurnaround' WALDO is located very near the entirely in Alachua County by write-ip in Webb's directory_
o :. '' ( geographical center of the"Great Orange
,' Belt" legislative. action.) LOUISE Is situated three-quarters of a
about 65 miles from the Atlantic
: Ocean, 60 from the Gulf and is constantly This place was settled about the year mile south of the Santa Fe River and seven
/, do"It's L favored with a tempered sea breeze. It is 1879 by people from different States and miles off the railroad west of Waldo. It was
at an elevation of 250 feet above sea level, Europe.The population is about 500.There settled in the year 1850 by W.W.Stricklandas
and is the second town in size and importance are Methodist, Baptist, and Episcopal a homestead.A .
: in Alachua County. It is located at church societies. There is no good land post office was' established July 7,
i the junction of the Santa Fe Canal,with the near, but what has been taken up was 1884, and named in honor of Miss Marie
best railroad system in the State.Jackson- either by settlers or speculators.The price Louise Wood. Population in 1880 was about
hard to how 1985 miss be- will
can be
program soon ville acre is from $5 to$50.
60 miles distant, reached by the per 200, which has increased to 450 or 500
ing the greatest year of progress in the ready for state review, and the Brad- F.R. & N. Railroad in three hours at an ex- within the immediate vicinity of the post
history of Starke and Bradford County. ford County Development Authority has pense of $2.50. The steamer Alert runs to The locality is healthy and welladaptedto office.The original name of this place was
placed a binder on property on High Melrose daily, fare 60 cents each way; $1 farming and horticulture. The soil is Doane's Mills.
Another giant step ahead was taken for round trip. sandy and there are rich hummocks.
100 South for the prominent men who have lived
way use as an industrial Among
About one-fifth cultiva
of the land is under
Tuesday night when the Downtown Progress park. In 1854 the Florida R.R. was completedto tion. There are a number of saw-mills in or are now living here are Col. John M.
Committee presented the City Waldo. About 1856, S.J. Kennard. the vicinity but they do not supply the In- Raymond, Capt. Truman Doane, and Hon.J. .
Commission with a list of major property Completed plans for the U.S. 301 me- Madison Sparkman, and Elias Earle creasing demand for lumber. Their Madison Sparkman. The site of the townis
owners along Call Street and two adjoining dian beautification program were sub- (General Earle for whom Earleton Beachis capacity each ranges from 6,000 to 25,000 high and dry. There are good schools,
named) settled here.M.H.Williams also churches, two general stores a saw and
mitted to the City Commission feet day.
blocks of Thompson and Walnut Tuesday lived here some years. A fine school per grist mill, five sugar mills, and one cotton-
Streets agreeing to the expenditure of night and work on the first phase of this building, presided over by a competent The prominent orange growers are

$10 000 of their tax money for a planningand project is expected to start next month.. teacher, is one of the advantages of Waldo. Hiram Alderman, Alexander Goodson, gin.Ned E. Farrell of Waldo. Florida
Wm. McCloud, A. Callahan John W.
engineering study of improvementsin "'The contract has been signed with There are four churches Methodist McRae Preston Weathersby,, and B.W. Southern R.R. Co., and the Florida Land&
the Call Street district. After this Historic Property Associates of St. built in 1877, Rev. J. Castell, pastor; Bap- Smith who have groves about coming into Improvement Co. are interested in lands
report, complete with drawings, is sub- for tist, 1883, W.G. Hall, pastor; Episcopal( bearing. A good shoemaker is wanted,and here. Principal orange growers and truck
Augustine an architectural and
L.C. Doane H.D.
1881 Rev. are Wood
Mr. Clayton, pastor; and gardeners ,
there are other openings for skilled labor.
will be
mitted the property owners historical survey of the Call Street Presbyterian, 1884, Rev. J. Mitchell, Peter Bailey J. Thomas Spriggs, J.
given an opportunity to vote their approval -, district which will bring 25 percent tax pastor. There are several general stores, a Madison Sparkman Stephen and Wade
or disapproval of the project. credits to who steam cotton gin, sawmills, a drug store Sparkman, Harrie Bennett, John Dyal,
1 property owners improve The Waldo Advertiser, Col. W.J.
blacksmith and civil
wagon shop, a Robert Kite, and Peter Wynn. Hernando
Couple this with all the other older buildings of historic significance.This Johnston, Jr., editor and proprietor, is a engineer, and notary public and Melrose D. Wood, M.D., is the postmaster. A
journal keenly alive to the interests
developments now in progress and we project is now underway and is of Waldo and Alachua Counties, Academy,O.B. Walton,principal.The real carpenter and builder, blacksmith,wagon-
have an imposing preview of what is financed by a matching grant of and is doing good work in attracting set- estate agents are P. Prioleau Son and maker, shoemaker, watchmaker, and
planned here during the next twelve Federal funds received last June by the tlers. the postmaster is Mr. J.M. Bar !tt. sawyers are wanted. .
Bradford Historical Board of
months: Among the owners of noted orange
Trustees. groves we find Messrs.S.J.Kennard, B.F. .
Enhancing the picture tremendouslyis .A final contributing factor to the .Livingston, C.K. Dutton B.J. Earle, Elias L'1
the apparent certainty of the Santa Fe Earle, D.E. Maxwell, R.W.Campbell, and
outlook for is the
bright 85 natural
Ned E. Farrell. The settlers are whites,
Community College Starke Center to be II
growth now being experienced which *
from all States and Europe. The population
established in the 1902 Bradford County
resulted in $10,000,000 worth of new con- is about 1,000 and new settlers are STATION
Courthouse, forming the anchor for all struction in the county during the past rapidly availing themselves of the advan- -
other improvements along Call Street. twelve months. A growth that is expected tages offered them to make their homes
From the beginning, these two projects to continue through the decade of here. Mr. Ned E. Farrell will furnish any
have been planned as one coordinated information in referencee to land, etc. Mr
the 80s and
perhaps beyond. Edwin
effort, said to be the first in the U.S. in Forrest is postmaster. flTT1k;

which a college and a downtown district How can we miss with all these -
Waldo Was -
have joined in a mutually beneficial positive factors going for us? q

goal. Work is scheduled to start on the We can only be defeated if we defeat Bustling'' I 1 -

Starke Center next, month. ourselves. And with the present positive e II '
'Railroad Town'C
attitude prevailing in the community, _'
Preliminary work on the Blue ChipInsurance defeat is simply not in the books. in 1885- ,

Bidding Process / .

County Agent's Notebook by Bobby L.Taylor
Could CountyElten8IonA: ent -.j

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Recent circumstances indicate s"mp c:parately. Both declined to give an opi- freeze Remembering we know we the will 1983 Christmas face the freezes. Also, be sure you remove( the tops of the plants may be killed regardless
again '
needed changes in .ae m.. huu IM "h.a\el- it was a legal matter to be gloomy prospects of plummeting even coverings if it's when only for the a weather day or two.warms( Otherwise up of what you do, keep the plants roots from
for bids and/or letter determine and fuel And being frozen. A plant may come back from
tising notifying by by the county attorney. temperatures soaring costs. your plants may suffer burning.
potential bidders who would like an opportunity Since the attorney was not available for that's just for openers. Garden hobbyistsmust considerable cold damage to foliage and
branches. But if the
also anticipate the increasing hazardof Plants roots are frozen, you
to compete for all, or a por- an opinion at the time, the Commission cold damage to their tender ornamen- Protecting may lose the entire plant.

tion, of the county's insurance business. proceeded to let the contract as a tals. It's a perennial, but not necessarily Against FreezesThe To briefly review these cold protection

According to some local insurance package.It disastrous, problem if you're prepared to suggestions, remember that the most
agents who believe the present systemis has been said, in the past, that in- take protective action whenever frost or use or mulch is one cold protection widely used method is plain old heat.
not "fair to all concerned", the time surance companies are reluctant to bid freeze warnings are issued. measure which causes a lot of confusion. If Cover plants with protective coverings and
allowed between the date they receive on Workman's Compensation because You may have heard about many waysto the temperature drops below freezing for heat with ordinary light bulbs. Obviously,
ornamentals just a few hours, a good layer (of mulch you can't cover and heat whole land-
protect from cold. Of your
notification and the date of actually rates are regulated by the State and course, commercial producers of land- often will lead to increased cold damage to scape. But, this is usually a practical way
opening bids is not sufficient for the such policies are not as profitable as scape plants use heating more than any the tops of your plants. This top injury to protect your most cold-vulnerable
complex business of bid preparation.In fire, liability, and others. This argu- other method. However, heating can pre- results from the mulch keeping ground plants. And, remember that mulch is good
the case of the January 7 opening of ment has it that unless a company is sent some problems for garden hobbyists heat branches.in the So ground if brief away from leaves and for protecting plant roots during periods of
a ,overnight freeze is cold
trying to protect large plants growing in weather. But, for an overnight cold
insurance bids several agents said they other
given more profitable it
policies forecast you might want to the mulch of
the open. Still, wherever practical, the pull snap just a few hours it might be betterto
received written invitations to bid on might be difficult or impossible to get it best way to protect home plantings from back from your plants. But,longer periodsof pull the mulch back from the plants so
December 2 or 3. The published noticeto to write Workman's Comp freezing temperatures is to heat them with very cold weather are a different mat- that radiated ground heat can protect the
bidders was run in the newspaper If such is the case, and it is necessary an ordinary light bulb, under a sheet, ter. If you expect it to get so cold that the foliage.

issues of December 20 and 27, two weeks to handle the county's insurance as a plastic, or some similar covering.

and one week, respectively, before the "package deal", the invitations to bid Even if you don't use light bulb or other Forestry in Bradford County
bid opening. and the newspaper notices should so heat source, you can reduce the amount of I

Competing agents feel that a thirty- state, in order to avoid any inconve- cold injury them.your plants will suffer by By David W.Norton
day period is not sufficient for nience the of covering Coverings help keep Bradford Co.Forester _
proper on part bidding agencies, plants from cooling off as fast as they -
preparation of bids, especially during and any confusion such as was seen at would otherwise. And, if the coverings 99th Observance "
the holiday season, when it is difficult to the January 7 bid letting.In reach the ground, they can help make bet- Of Arbor Day Jan. 18
obtain the needed information from order to avoid the appearance of ter use of ground heat. Surprising as it One hundred and thirteen years ago, in -
their home offices. Before bidding, their unfairness to competing insurance may seem covering a plant also sham pre Nebraska. Arbor Day had its beginnings.
vent cold damage dur-
by providing
On Jan.4,1872.Sterling Morton a memberof
underwriters need to send in represen- agencies and any misunderstanding on ing the day. If a plant has frozen, it will the State Board of Agriculture,and later
tatives from the home offices to inspect the part of the public concerning the bid thaw out more slowly if it's under shade. Governor of Nebraska, introduced and
buildings to be insured, review the coun- letting process, three changes in procedure This results in less serious cold injury. : secured the adoption of the following

ty's claim records before writing should be worth considering by However, in spite of these benefits resolution: "That the tenth day of April be
Workman's covering a plant without additional heat is especially set apart and consecrated to
Compensation policies, the Commission: ,. Statewide publicity was given on that
gather other technical data. The in- 1. Extend the time between the first primarily a method of providing protec- tree planting in the State of Nebraska and' casion, and more than one million trees oc-
tion against frost rather than hard hereby name it Arbor "
surance company home .offices book notice and the actual date of the bid Day. were planted on the first Arbor Day.

their underwriters on such assignmentsas opening to at least sixty days. spread Thereafter until the Arbor Day tradition

much as two or three months in advance 2. If the bids are to be awarded on the Concerned Reader Commissioners the states had approximately passed laws or two-thirds resolutions of

the agents say, so it is usually basis of a "package deal" the notice to Says providing for the observance of Arbor
difficult to get one. in on short notice. bidders should plainly so state in order Day.

Consequently, some local agents have that agents will not waste time submit- 'ThrewAway'll,300in Tax Dollars bor The Day citizens celebration of Florida had their first Ar-

given up trying to compete, they say, ting bids on selected policies under the Florida Legislature adopted in 1886.the In third 1945,Fri-the

and do not submit bids. impression that they will be eligible for To the Editor: off financially that the Commissioners can day in January as Florida's official Arbor ,
,At the January 7 opening there were acceptance. Day.
throw away that much of the
only two bidders, and one of those, who 3. Schedule the bid opening to allow a ner I am in which very much the bids concerned were awarded by the in man-the I am curious to know how much Arbor On January 18, why not Join In the 99th

calls himself "the new boy on the reasonable length of time prior to ex- insurance coverage for Bradford County., more the taxpayers are going to lose on theWorkmen's If that's Day celebration not possible by planting then a tree?'

block", was ruled out by the Commis- piration date of policies. In this way, the So far, I have seen nothing that said the Compensation policy.I celebrate Arbor Day by taking a we moment can
sion, after'some hesitation, on the Commission will not be acting under the policies had to be bid as a package, do not know Mr. Roberts or Mr. Denmark to take note of all the blessings that we
grounds that he had not bid on the entire'package" of having its' policies on the However, one thing I know for sure receive from trees.
On that basis I do not think the Commissioners the
taxpayers are out $11,300 so far became the shelters for
of policies. On the two that brink of expiration on bid opening day, had the interest of the taxpayers in money thrown away. American settlers as well as the fuel early to
were bid, however, he was $11',300 under as was the case on January 7. mind. keep them I comfortable during harsh
the bid of the agency that received the These three revisions in the present The awarding of these policies has It kinds makes you wonder. winters. Trees became their beds, tables

contract.. bid-letting process should go a long way already cost the taxpayers $11,300. I did ;t John VI.Coyle chairs gun stocks which provided their
f There was 'nothing in the printed toward bettering the Board's relation- not think Bradford County was that well Rt:2,Box 2418,Melrose food butter, looms churns that,wheels weaved and their clothing

advertisement nor the written invita- ship with local insurance agents most of that began the movement covered wagons

tion to bid' to indicate that the bids whom seem to feel now that they are Diminishing Farm Income Will Kill for transportation of goods westward and railroad, boats

,, should be presented as a package and under the present bidding ties that pioneered the west.
'apparently the Commissioners were unsure also go a long way Farming in !America Trees have spawned American's history
Independent from the
themselves, since they asked the toward clarifying bidding proceduresfor ... ,,us right today In some beginning 9,000 different and they are with

.. County Clerk 'and ,their accountant, that segment of the public that feels farm as their problem. However, you can that we put to use each day. products
whether the five policies involved werea the present system does not insure the Editor, Telegraph: be assured if this trend continues and independent Remember Arbor Day .and keep it
package, or could be considered desired amount of competitive bidding. A report recently released by the farms go under, the large cor- sreenl.The.
Agriculture l Department said net farm income porations will take control of food production
dropped to an average of$$.793, the in our country. We will then see it as
lowest per farm in 12 years. "our" problem only to find! it is too !late.

This is 51 percent below the record highof Talking abOut "biting the hand that
i-i' $13.259: per farm in 1979. The top states i feeds you". I can think of no better exam-
i in 1983 net farm income were: California |pie.A ti
$ .99 billion: Florida, $1.49 billion; alTexas 51 percent drop in five year spells >
There may be as many as 40.000 asteroid, large chunks of,rock, orbiting the sun $994 million. .CRISIS I Jim Crosby.Jr. Panama Canal .was tons

between Mar and Jupiter. Many do not see the plight of the family 431 Broadway,,Starke pUttd In 1914.v. .


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Mr. and Mrs. T.H.SIade Celebrate N.wlyw ds HonoredAt

I Reception Dec. 28

Golden Mr. and Mrs. Earl Muse were
Anniversary at
a Reception .," ', FV:1i": hosts of a reception Dec. 28 at the.
Starke Country Club given in honorof

Mr and Mrs. Thomas _ their son-in-law and daughter
Slade were honored Howell from past years of the Blades' life. wine and pink dogwood blossoms Kevin and Lori Williamson, who
evening, Jan 3, at on Thursday This nostalgic display was dogwood trees in bloom and lightedficus gv' were married Sept. 5 in Wichita
reception to celebrate an elaborate highlighted by spotlights and trees. Subdued lighting was used \ Falls, Texas, where Kevin Is
niversary of their the 50th an lavishly complemented by large throughout the evening with '1 presently serving in the U.S. Air
for this occasion marriage. Hosts lighted ficus trees, lilies, white pot- candles, uplights and spots focusingon Force.
children and included their four ted mums, pink tissue paper, hand; various points of interest. This The room was decorated with two
Jr, Joanne and spouses: Tom Slade, painted urns filled with greeneryand complemented the overall effect by'casting I I, large red and white floral arrangements
and Mike Sawyer,Flo an oriental screen. a soft glow over the entire of mums carnations
John Whelchel.O'Brien, and Susan and Tables covered with elegant linen setting. gladiolus and seasonal greenery
cloths surrounded the flanking
perimeter of a heart-shaped candelabra.
,-iHeSt2.arrlvinS Starke at the Woman's the room in order to accomodate Among the 350( guests who shared ?' 1 The buffet, cake and punch tables
bUilding were met outside the guests who wished to be seated. The this special evening were the following were decorated with seasonal
by bright twinkling lights, tables were centered by fresh aruba from out-of-town: grandchildren greenery and candles.
painted glowing Imari votive candles, hind- and pink perfection camellias in Jeff Slade Suzanne Sawyer, John I A receiving line composed of Mr.
restive design urns filled with which a blue and white ceramic hurricane Sawyer from Jacksonville Slade i I and Mrs. Earl Muse, Mr and Mrs.
white greens, pots of palms and lamp with burning candles O'Brien, Jim O'Brien, Patrick; : r Kevin Williamson and Mr. and Mrs.
continued mums. This elegant display had been placed.An O'Brien, Joanne Whelchel Joy Charles Williamson, parents of the
Into the entrance half, appropriate program of soft Whelchel, Matthew Whelchef groom greeted guests. Also present
llama culminating with a large white music was provided for the entire Christie Whelchel from Boca Raton., were Lori's grandmother, Mrs.
wearing a gold top hat, large evening by Mrs. L.A. Canova on the From Jacksonville: Mr. and Mrs. Helen McClenaghan and Kevin's
shining gold ribbon bow, surrounded piano and W.B. McKinney on the Fuller Tresca, Mr. and Mrs. Tom maternal grandmother, Mrs.
by greenery and an arrangement of violin. Mildred Williamson and his paternal
Petway,Mr.and Mrs.
Wayne Davis
Mrs.golden yellow roses. The dining room table was Mr. and Mrs. Don Davis, Mrs. W.A. grandmother, Mrs. Adel Grider.
the Morgan Richarde greeted outstanding with an underskirt of McGriff, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Assisting in serving were Mrs.
sister guests while Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, pale pink overlaid with a dainty Imported Waits, Mr. and Mrs. John Griner, I .. Alicia Homrich of Orlando, Mrs.
of Mr.Slade,presided over the lace and applique organdy Mr. and Mrs. George Beverly Durrance of Hampton Lake
Quinsey, Mrs. '
table register while seated at a round cloth. An elongated floral arrange- Arlene Brown, Joe Stuart, Dr. and b and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Green of Con-
overlaid with a floor-length ment in a silver urn featured gerber 'Mrs. R.P. Taylor, Dr. and Mrs. T.G. yers, Ga.Kevin .
cloth blue and white Imari design linen daisies,stephanotis,tiny carnations, Ritch and Mr. and Mrs. George k. and Lori will be in Wichita
complemented by tall pink sweetheart pink roses softened by Johnson. Falls until mid-February at which
burning tapers in silver candlesticksand various ferns and baby's breath ;ime they will be moving to Biloxi,
a graceful pink and white floral flanked by elaborate silver From Orange Park: Mrs. Carole Hiss*

arrangement of carnations, mums candelabra holding ten tall burning Watson, Mrs. Steve Tilley, Dr. and Mr.and Mrs.T.II.Slade Photo by K V.McUndon
and baby's breath. pink tapers with pink satin Mrs. Pete McCloud John
Mr. and Mrs. Slade received their streamers.The Kopelousos, Ms. Betty Lou Shaw.
guests at a special area in which a bountiful buffet included Newlyweds Honored at Reception Saturday I

large blue oriental hand-painted fan turkey, ham, rolls and condiments, Richard Roberts, Keystone
was hung as a backdrop for lighted marinated fresh shrimp a Mrs. Scott Baker
Heights Ocala
ficus trees ; ; Mrs. Hogue Rutledge and Mr. and Approximately 75 guests attended
palms, white mums and watermelon basket overflowing th Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward, Lake City; during party hours.
pink tissue This Mrs. Frank W. Palmer entertainedat
paper. provided the fresh fruit and blanched marinated Mead Rogers Lakeland Mr. and
setting for a handsome pair of dark fresh vegetables. Completing the Mrs. J.M. Vickers, Mrs.; Marlin a reception Saturday, Jan. 12,
cane antique arm chairs and a table menu were various petit fors, Sanderson, Brunswick Mr. and from 3:30: to 5 p.m., honoring Mr.
adorned with silver candlestickswith chocolates,and lemon sponge cakes. Mrs. Lyle Buck and Mr.; and Mrs. and Mrs. Steven DeWitt Rutledge, r REVIVAL
burning pink tapers, cascadesof The refreshment tables were Clyde Terwillegar, E. Palatka; Mr. who were recently married in
pink satin ribbon and pink perfection covered with floor length blue and and Mrs. B.K. Stallworth, Mr. and Miami. : .tr
camellias.The white Imari design linen cloths with Mrs. Nickolas Hare of Monroeville, The reception was held at the 1'; Soul's
stage was a focal point for a votive candles greenery and pink Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sharpe, Kingsley Lake home of Mr.and Mrs.
bulletin board Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Outreach
elegantly covered in perfection camellias. Mission
Sumpter, S.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
white fabric and glittering gold rib- Featured in the decorations were Dougherty of Atlanta and Bill greeted guests at the door as Mrs. pl '
bon held Hogue Rutledge introduced the Hampton, Florida
poster sized photographs four graceful handmade: topiaries of Glover of Moore, S.C.
honored couple and Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Fernandez, parents of Mrs. Jan. 21.25 at 7:30 pm
Steven Rutledge, and Miss Lizette

I Laura Lee Fernandez and Steven Rutledge Fernandez Rutledge.The sister of Mrs. Steven :d Dr. Lee Roy Dalrymple

guests were entertained by Evangelist

I Marry Dec. 29 in Catholic Church MiamiLaura honored ceremony viewing couple.on and TV reception the wedding of the j Appearing Jan. 2425In

The dining room was decoratedwith I J Person

Lee Fernandez of groom's cousin, of Kingsley Lake. breath with white satin ribbon arrangements of pink carnations Larry Richardson
Tallahassee and Steven Dewitt Frank Walker Palmer, 111 of streamers.A and candles. Presiding at the
Rutledge of Kingsley Lake recited Jacksonville, the groom's cousin, reception was given by the table were Mrs. William Peters, _1 ? ;.% Now Singing
nuptial vows Saturday,Dec. 29, at 11 was ring bearer. bride's parents at the Sonesta Beach Mrs. John Greene, Mrs. Charles r ,
a.m., in St. Brendan's Catholic Lyzette San Germain of Resort Hotel on Key Biscayne, Darby, Mrs. Neil Tucker and Mrs. ,, I % Bluegrass Gospel
Church, Miami with Rev. WilliamF. Gainesville, sister of the bride, served where a luncheon was served to the Frank W. Palmer, Jr of Jackson- --
Mylchreest performing the as maid of honor and the guests. Music was provided for dan- ville. Formerly of W.S.M.
ceremony. bridesmaids were Penny Campbelland cing entertainment.The champagnetoast Assisting in other hospitalitieswere 0 Grand Ole Opry
Scripture readings were done by Rosemary Rubino of was given by Gregory C. Mrs.T.G. Ritch of Jacksonvilleand
Melissa Astrauskas, the groom's Tallahassee and Anne Randell of Greco, best man. Arrangements of Mrs. George Chapman of Pastor Spurgeon P. Hayes
sister, Gregory C. Greco, best man, Miami. Patrisha Finney of Miami flowers were used as centerpieces at Orange Park.
and Manuel S. Fernandez, the was flower girl. The girls gowns the dining tables.A .
bride's brother. were burgundy with a bussle to com-
The bride is the daughter of mplement the bride's dress. The' honeymoon trip was taken by
Manuel M. and Elsa Fernandez of, ?maid of honor and bridesmaids bou- the couple to Disney World and EP-
Miami and the groom's parents are quets were an array of pink flowers' COT. They stayed in the Club Lake Y
Damaris Hogue Rutledge of with burgundy ribbons and the Villas at Lake Buena Vista. VIL LT dll.
Kingsley Lake and Austin M. flower girl carried a basket of pink Ip,, LII la1 1L :
Rutledge of Jacksonville.The flowers. The couple will\ reside in
altar of the church was The bride wore a long white gown Tallahassee where the groom attends hl,
decorated with Christmas poinsettias with a Queen Elizabeth collar and Tallahassee Community College -
complimented by two white complemented with pearls and and works for the Florida Dept.of .
chryanthemum arrangements. schiffeli lace. The cathedral train Revenue. The bride is a recent
Gregory C. Greco of Gainesvillewas had layers of lace extending from graduate from Florida State Univer- .
best man. Groomsmen were the waistline. Her fingertip veil was sity School of Nursing and is "

Frank A. Doolan, IV, of Miami, secured by a bandeau crown employed by John D. Archbold S MI1wi ) W : ]
George W. Brown, III of decorated with lace. She carried a Memorial Hospital in Thomasville, :
Tallahassee, and Palmer Brown, the. bouquet of white roses with baby's Ga. as a graduate nurse. -

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Stevle Lee Bryan .

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bryan of Mooty Of The \
Melrose announce the birth of a son, Gladys Vt Ct.TW $4.99 ....,
Stevie Lee, born Jan. 4 in Alachua e" $349 p1. | :;
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Jan. 21 Saturday, Jan. 19 DIAMOND GAi' .
Luncheon Jan. 24 $tn :

Jerry Fisher, registered physical Starke chapter, No. 224, Order of I..L : .ea
All senior citizens of the countyare therapist at Bradford Hospital, Inc., the Eastern Star, will have a
invited to attend the covered will be the speaker at the Hospital covered dish supper Saturday, Jan. LADIES FASHION Vi Ct. TW
dish luncheon Thursday, Jan. 24, at Auxiliary dinner-meeting Monday 19, at 7 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. DIAMOND FANTASTIC OF
12 noon at the First United Methodist night, Jan. 21, at 6:30: p.m. at All Masons and their families are PLAQUES, FRAMES
Church Fellowship Hall. Western Steer Steak House. invited to attend. 4lb 6 Na AND GIFTS
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Anne LoperMichael r : Woman's Club had Program on Skin Care

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Marry Dec. Mrs. J.R. Reddish and Mrs. Griffin had agreed to become chair Ing Miss Stump, Mrs. Griffin, or
Richard Roberts presented a pro- man of the Antique and Collectible Mrs. Thomson, 964-7806.
gram on skin care at the January Show to be held March 22-24 at theBradford Mrs. Whiffen announced that a vision
Anne Marie Loper, luncheon-meeting of the Woman's County Fairgrounds. Mrs. screening/fingerprinting/hear
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Loper Club of Starke, on Wednesday Jan. Griffin recounted her appreciation ing testing clinic for all children will
and Michael L. Todd son of to Mrs. L.A. Ruud and Mrs. C.E. be held at the clubhouse on Satur- ,
Mrs. Lawrence Teddt all of 9.Mrs..H.M. Connelly introduced the O'Steen,who have set the pattern for day, Jan. 26, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
were united in marriage speakers, Mrs. Reddish and Mrs. the show. Further, committee Recommendations to the club
Dec. 8, at 1 p.m. in the First Roberts, who demonstrated the proper chairmen for the show were an- membership, from the Board of
Methodist Church with Rev. colors to be worn with various nounced as follows: Directors, that the Woman's Club of
Wilson performing the nuptials. : skin tones, in a personal color Advance tickets: Miss Lillian Starke support ti'e Santa Fe Com-
Large arrangements of pink analysis, using Mrs. A.J. Barry and Stump Mrs. Griffin and Mrs. Thom- munity College Garage Sale, to be
white carnations were on each Mrs. Drew Reddish as models. The son; Tickets at door: Mrs. D.P. Har- held Feb. 7-10, were unanimously
of the altar which was lined i program was lively with en- dy, Mrs. M.R. Judd; Hostesses: approved.Mrs. .
poinsettia plants and greenery. thusiastic participation from the au Mrs. D.W. Whiffen; Kitchen: Mrs.
parents pews were marked dience. Door prizes, of personal color F.J. Shaw; Cashiers: Mrs. R.A. Green announced that copiesof
candles. analysis were won by Mrs. W.K. Green, Sr.; Desserts: Mrs. J.E. ( the newly revised By-Laws were
Providing a program of Thomson and Miss C.L. Byrd; "Coke" Wagon: Mrs. George Available to members.
music were Carole I'll Ruckdeschel. Roberts; Strawberry Boutique: Mrs. Green, on behalf of the club,
organist, Lavon Drivas, pianist extended grateful appreciation to
Highlighting the meeting was a Mrs. Bill Rink, Mrs. H.M. Connellyand
Bill McRae, soloist. vast display of articles handmade by Mrs. Mildred Bellizi. Mrs. Myldred Cuttino for her effortsat
Ronald Romano served as club members ranging from oil and The club will host a the clubhouse during the holiday
man and the usher was pastel art work to crewel embroidery Bridge/Canasta luncheon on Tues- season; to Mrs. George Roberts and
Cayton. candlewlcking, knitting, day, Jan. 22, at the clubhouse. Cards Mrs. J.R. Reddish for the ChristmasTea
Lori L. McKinney was miniatures and beadwork, to namea may be played from 10 a.m. to 3 ; and to Mr. and Mrs Richard ..
honor. She wore a long, sheer few. p.m:, with the luncheon to be servedat St. John to thank them for the
rose colored gown with lace During the business meeting,Mrs. noon. Tickets are $5 each and beautiful holiday decorations used
neckline. She carried one pink Green announced that Mrs. J.W. reservations may be made by call- throughout the month.
nation with baby's breath and
colored ribbon. Melissa A. cornFellowship
tended as bridal attendant and
a long sheer wine colored gown

lace pink at carnation the neckline.with She baby's Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bryant Celebrate 40th

and wine colored ribbon.
Given in marriage by her
the bride wore a high-collared Anniversary Sunday, Dec. 16
sleeved, ivory colored gown
lace trimming the neckline,
and bottom of gown. A lace Charles and Marie Bryant of Traditional Christmas decorationswere
secured her chapel length ivory Starke celebrated their 40th wedding tLJUii used throughout the house. In
with lace trimming the edges. anniversary Sunday, Dec. 16, 1984, L the dining room were two tables
carried a bouquet of pink and with a reception given by their covered with red linen cloths
carnations with red roses. daughter and son-in-law, Celita and overlaid with white lace cloths. One
Carolyn Eaves directed ,the Jamestown, Gary O'Neill of Jacksonville, and table held a red and white candle arrangement -
with red and white car
ding.A birth- their son and daughter-in-law, Jim-
reception, directed by Steer mie and Susan Bryant at the home of nations, red candles and red velvet
Hardenbrook,was held in the 11. the latter in Raiford.Mr. ribbon. Also on the table was a pic-
Hall. three of and Mrs. Bryant were mar ture of the couple around the time of
Tushiru. Vanzant and ; ; six ried on Dec. 16, 1944, in Bushnell their marriage and a memories book
Romanic, nieces of the groom, grand- and have lived in Starke since 1951. for which the guests were asked to
the bride's''book. Miss Michele Lee, their granddaughter :ii IAfj bring pictures from the past.
All the' serving tables every of Jacksonville, greeted The refreshment table held a two-
covered with lace cloths over with her guests at the door and attended the / tiered cake decorated with red roses
linen.The bride's table was and Ralph guest book. Aaron, Michael, and + and topped with a cluster of red
with a three-tiered wedding Jason Bryant, their grandsons, of roses.There was also a silver punch
decorated with pink and Raiford, assisted in greeting and bowl, silver trays filled with finger
florets and flanked by entertaining the guests. Mr,and Mrs.Charles Bryant foods and silver candleholders with
candelabra with three cream burning red tapers.Seventyfive .
ored candles in each. Silver
guests called bet
ween the appointed hours of 2 and 5

I Kenneth B. Platt Honored at Retirement Dinner at Golf and Country ClubThe o'clock.Bryant's Among motheri the Mrs.guests Irene were Herrenof Mrs.

; so Mr. Bryant'ssisters
and brother, Mrs. Carolyn
Starke Golf and Country Club Antioch and Florida as Production Hager, former Plant Manager In- and Mrs. J.L. Chitty, J.S. Eunice, Dees of Tampa Mrs. Betty Parrishof
was the scene of a retirement dinner Supervisor, Mechanical Superintendent dialantic; E.N. Kramer, former Mr. and Mrs. R.S. Griffis, E.R. Bat- Raiford and Donald Bryant of
for Kenneth B. Platt,Plant Managerof and Production Superintendent Assistant Manager Plants ten, Mr. and Mrs. D.M. Pater, Jr., Raiford.
the DuPont Florida Chemicalsand He was appointed Plant Technical, and Mrs. Kramer, Vero Mr. and Mrs. Claude Morgan, B.E.
Pigments Department opera- Manager at Florida in 1974. Beach; A.D. Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. McKinney and Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Did You Know..........
tions. He was Plant Manager of the A social hour from 6 to 7 p.m. was H.L. 'Morgan, Jr., L.S. Muir, Mrs. Fox.Other
Starke (Trail Ridge) and Lawtey followed by a steak dinner. Retirees r L.C. Humphries, Mr. and Mrs. guests were Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Trawick and
(Highland) plants for more than 10 were introduced by D.F. Reddish, Frank Ilgen, Mr. and Mrs. V.A. H.K. Adams and Brian Stratford, sons of Lake City spent the weekend
years. Master of Ceremony, and guests Nichols, Mrs. W.M. Smith, Mr. and Franklin Company, and Mrs. Strat- with his mother,Mrs.Jack Trawick.
were introduced by J.A. Ruffmi. : Mrs. O.E.Pearson,C.J.Malone,Mr. ford. .
., About.employees!:!, pensioners: .. r 'L'tf m naoN
Mr. Platt joined the DuPont 'and guests joined Mr.and Mrs. Platt "J aRa S.tf1929'1q 3tlip lu19 n3M
Pigments Department at Florida as for the occasion. Those attendingfrom f o
Plants Technical Engineer in 1955. the Chemicals and Pigments j "-* -*
He was promoted to Technical Department in Wilmington, B.Platt OLD FASHION
Supervisor in 1956. Served as Delaware,were W.R. Galloway,Jr.,
Technical Supervisor at Edge Moor, vice president; B.F. Kennedy, R.J. Mattson, Production Manager,
Delaware and Antioch, California. Director of Production Division; and R.J. Lombardo Manager
W.H. Reynolds, Director Personneland Manufacturing Services.
Subsequently he held positions at
Employee Relations Division; Retirees attending were C.R. ,

Rev. and Mrs. Hoke O'Berry Celebrate50th BARGAINSSubscribe


Wedding Anniversary


Rev. and Mrs. Hoke O'Berry of seven years.Attractive. Jacksonville bowl and their presided granddaughter at the punch, to the

Lawtey celebrated their 50th wed- arrangements of pink Leslie Williams, served the cake. .
and white
carnations highlighted
ding a anniversary reception Sunday given afternoonat by their points. of interest in the receptionroom. Peggy The Hancock O'Berry's of Jacksonville granddaughter, at-, 'w1 Bradford County TelegraphP.O.

children,Mr.and Mrs. Louis Cobb of tended the guest book. Mrs. Jean
Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. William directed the
O'Conners reception. Drawer A
O'Berry of Inverness held at the Rev. and Mrs. O'Berry and
Woman's Club of Starke. children stood in the receiving line. 1' Starke Florida 32091
Mr. and Mrs. O'Berry were mar- The refreshment table was Approximately 125 guests called ,
ried Jan. 16, 1935, In Pierson, Ga. covered with a lace cloth over pink between the appointed hours of 2 and
and have resided in Lawtey for linen. Sarah Louise Williams of 5 p.m. .
1. Get one for yourself

I Items of InterestWeeks t at Regular Price

given to the needy and sick. devotional and worship '
U.D.C.To Plans were made for a bake sale to ing the first chapter of Hebrews program us-for +.4hs Lh.,
Meet Jan. 21 be held Feb: 3 in the parish hall. her subject, "God's Revelations", and one for
Refreshments were served by the and covered the Epiphany season. p, L\aiiit?,,
The W.T Weeks chapter, U.D.C., hostesses, Mary Humphries and
will meet on Monday, Jan. 21, at 12 Jennie Shaeffer. Your Friend
noon at the Western Steer Steak Mrs. Thomas announced that St.Mark's at
Episcopal Church would be
Women of St. Marks the host church for the World Day of

Meet Monday, Jan. 14 Prayer service this year. The study 1/2 PriceSEND
Attention Parents I program given by Mrs. Thomas was
The Women of St. Marks met in 'Doubting Thomas" using material
Here is a wonderful opportunity the Parish House on Monday, Jan. from a paper by Earl Brill,
for your child, grades 2 thru 7, to 14, with the president, Mrs. Herbert Episcopalian Chaplain at Duke
earn summer camp for H-price by Thomas, conducting the meeting.Mrs. University, Durham, N.C.
doing a set of seven Free Bible Flossie Prescott gave the TO'f'
Mailbox Lessons. -tats 7--->--0----8i10 t8 d-t6m
The program is sponsored by NAME _
Children's Bible Mission. Call I
Misses Bell & Thompson at 473-4782 I
to register your child NOWI! Lessons I ADDRESS
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1 should be completed by April 1 for ILL" .
camp this summer. I CITY


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1 St. Edward's Altar Society held a I
1 meeting in the parish hall Tuesday NAME '
night, Jan. 8. with the president, I
Muriel Giihooly' presiding. I .
Altar Chairman Mary Gissy ADDRESS
i thanked Betty and Mike Dazinskl as '1." ,
well as Donna Samons for the lovely I .
work they did In the church for the CV&'a17 I CITY
'J, month of December. Antoinette k &ru S
Stefanelli and Gladys Ringllng have STATE ZIP
January.volunteered for altar care in I

'i Members were urged to contributeto ROSE is Now Offering YOUR SUBSCRIPTION IS A GIFT FROM

the Santa Fe Community College 964-8431 I
Garage Sale Benefit scheduled for 1/2 Price I Make Check for '15.00 to the Bradford County Telegraph
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Home Economic Fashion Show,Jan. 8 Held at Agriculture- Buildina I

the Timely Teens Division and the hem were trimmed with This 'dress
shirt with a lovely had long sleeves
was white and
Nine area seamstresses showed suit of gray black,, turquoise and while a the pink'horizontalstripe :beautiful formal dark green.taffeta. three rows of ribbon contrasting. col- that cuffed at the wrist.
'T off their handiwork by modeling in a purple stripes. There were buttonsat striped. bodice was vertical Ruffles accented the top and the"full ors. Misty is 10 years old. Diann Douglas county home ex-
fashion show Tuesday night Jan. 8 each'shoulder that Amy to sew in the Camille Whitaker red and
served as a won tension
4-H club and has flowing bottom of the formal. She agent,was very pleased with
In the Bradford sewing for 7
agriculture building. closure. Under this.jumpsuit she she her blueribbons in the Young Adults the turnout and that she
She is says got sewing enthuslam says hopes
For instance Camille Whltaker, wore a gray pullover blouse with and years. a sophomore at BUS from her mother. has Division. She won a blue ribbon for next there
enjoyes Stephanie year will be
clothing and textiles. \ even more
an expert seamstress and 3-quarter sleeves the dress she which brown,
a length a great been sewing for several and wore was participants "This
sweepstakes winner in the clothing contrast with the jumpsuit. She had Timely Amy Tyson Teens won a red ribbon in the enjoys it along with modeling.years black and beige plaid. The cuffs and so maybe more Is our first year
people will be
competition at the county fair, made a gray rope belt which tied her short jumpsuit Division. She wore a Stephanie is a member of Lawtey collar were of contrasting beige col- terested next in-
modeled a street length brown outfit together. Annette, In the 10th made of cotton with 4-H. club. or. A large black bow accented the Douglas year, says Ms.
dress. Her little neice Kristen grade and member very pretty pastel stripes of pink, and black
a of Green Acres neckline a leather belt Judges for
Crawford"won tfblue the show
purple yellow. It Becky ribbon Janet
sleevelesswith were
Gassett modeled a maroon velvet 4-H Club, learned to sew In the 4-H in the made her outfit very eyecatching. Cnaves of
buttons Young Adults Suwannee
tne Division.
back.Amy learn- Model- River
dress made club.
Mrs. Camille
won a red ribbon for her
ed to sew in the 4-H club and has ing for her was her daughter Misty Economics Council and Doris
The fashion show was sponsored Amy Black won a blue ribbon in dress which her nice Kristen
been who Tuskey resident of
sewing for Lynn enjoys Bradford
u* the Coun-
years. She is a wearing
by the Bradford-Union Gassett modeled
Home the Timely Teens Division. She worea clothes her for her. Kristenwas ty. Contestants
frpshman at BUS and mother makes. were judged
member of Misty on
Economics Office.Everybody pair of white broadcloth shorts, very pretty in this maroon col-
wore a blue dotted street pearance and quality of their
ROTC. She is of the length sewing
did a good Job, said pleated in the front. There were president Lucky dress with fashionable ored velvet n dress. It had a new and how they
4-H Club.Stefhnie looking presenting their
Home Extension Agent Diann pockets on' each side and an Leaf square neckline. The sleeves style dropped waist which made the clothing
Douglas. A-shaped button waistband. Her King won.a blue ribbon in puffed and 3/4 length. The neckline were skirt gather softly. She wore a lace Lawtey Correctional| Institution
Anita Black, winner of the Young- V-shaped neck trimmed in ruffles.! provided plants.
at-Heart Division, received a blue
ribbon and a special mention for her
cute white broadcloth shorts.
Pockets accented both sides. She
wore a blue stripe knit top that went "
prefect with her shorts. Anita is in dkr; .
the 5th grade and is a member of the rrJJ.
Green Acres 4-H club. .
Annette Balkcom won a blue ribbon
in the Timely Teens Division L
with a smashing multicolor jump-
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Evangelist W.J. Thornton of Eckerd
Keystone Heights will be guest
speaker at a Revival to be hosted by
'Pine Valley Congregational Holiness Generics a.xrrnrpu
Church.The dates of the revival will Sala
be January 23-25,with singing nightly roll
.. Hard to say. .
Pine Valley CongregationalHoliness
Church is located two miles Easy to
save on. =
north of Starke down the paved road l
beside Bradford Furniture, 45th St. Save up to 50% on kMO REVLON REVLON
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The public is invited to attend.
David Hodges pastor. One Tablet prescription with Eckerd
Nnoff ii generics. 2/1.00 1.00 10.00


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reception was given Saturday,
Jan. 5, for Sgt. and Mrs. James E.
Tomlinson and daughter Amy at I-I
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Winfred Tomlinson on
Brownlee Road. I I
The home was decorated using
Christmas arrangements, live '1IV5. I
poinsettias and candles in the party I n ',
rooms. Finger foods Christmas
punch and coffee were served by the a, .' 2fh / I
hostesses to the 75 guests attending.
Hostesses were Mrs.Marie Thorn- I" S a NewS l t "
ton,Mrs. "
Sherry Prevatt Mrs.Janet
Kimutis Mrs. Linda Kewett Mrs. 1// @=
Julia Alvarez, Mrs. Patty Anders, I ;;;: I
Mrs. Annette Pusateri Mrs. Edna
Allen, Mrs. Vera Adams, Mrs. Mary
Ann Kyle,and Mrs. Janet Carter. 2/3.00 1.00 2.00 1.0'OCOODNEWSI' 3.00 2.00 I

the past four years.
Sgt.and Mrs. Tomlinson and Amyare I
presently stationed at Arnold Air II!
Base, Tultelwmar.TTenn.mw.; "* "':- p y nrtJa
ManjfUseful gifts were presentedto .I. I r icc'. i
the Tomlinson family during the ''SONY ,
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on Jan. 4, after three weeks visit SCOPE\J .
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I ewicN =- -- ', .ene : I''
Frick of w
Walter J. Frick. Michael
Orlando joined the family during the
holidays. 23.00' "i 2.00 VICKS 3.00 1.50 2.00 SONY 45.00

Duplicate bridge club results Jan. SCO'S Limit 2 MIXTURE 3OZ. Limit 2 40-OZ. CASSETTE PENCIL CASSETTE TAPES PACK OF 2 PHONE#37821 Reg.59.99

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Frohbieter Wednesday Mr. and of to Evansville Mrs.Monday Russell,guests Ind. were W.of 1011 lit

Mrs. Rex Anderson. ,

Mrs. Dot Stevenson and Mrs. Bet- II 2/3.00 2.00' 2/1.50 1.OOFLAVORROAST 2/1.50 1.00CFF'' ':

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sister visited maRene daughter Mrs.Dr.their Weaver,Suzanne Dana and grandmother Mrs.Weaver on O.L.Sunday.Phillips of Haynes Williston Mrs.Em-and,Jr., !i j!i II 4 [ : I I I ;, u;E :: eAe ;""i'i '

Mr and Mrs. R.W. Underill and i d
Mrs. Will Mendietta of Indialantic ; 1.00 31.00' 1.00 1.00HI&DRI 1.50 1.00

Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Frick I
spent Sunday to Tuesday of last !
week at Jekyll Island. They were D SUDAFED rifr

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Mr. and Mrs. George Betzer of !
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Kingsley Lake. PACK OP 24 Limit 2II 640 includes battery. BOTTLE 36-OZ. YARN ASSORTED COLORS DETERGENT 32-OZ.Reg.2.29 COMBO SET Reg.17.99

Souls Chartering Be Outreach Held ServicesTo Jan.Church 18 I!!! I II fJ ILIi Il MJl { :" J J Livi

The public is invited of to the I 6.00 ADVANTAGE 1.00 1.00, 3.00 20% OFF | 50% OFF DCUP
chartering services Souls
Outreach Mission,located in the old ELECTRIC HOT FRITOS CORN CHIPS COKE DIET COKE TAB Or srow-ATTAY CRILL RCfl.3.49 REGULAR PRICE BRASS:'.::::.S.'rO"X S 3.00.
Hampton Baptist Church, at 7:30:

p.m.Bro.Friday Spurgeon, Jan.Hayes 18. pastor of 'I Wl8II11I 8'IJ'I fIlIlll 66161"'IIIIMfIl IIII" -

the church, announces that the Sale Prices good thru sat.. Jan. 19th. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT OUANTIJII
chartering and constitution services
When you're serious I about 35mm _
will include Dr. Lee Roy Dalrymple .
and Bro. Mike Kent, both of CInnamon VISA

dleburg,St.Bro.Baptist Andrews Church Davis of Mid-St.. L Bradford Sq. Shopping Center

Mary's,Ga.,and Bro. David Brown .. Stark
031 ..Walnut Str t 1..1
First Baptist Church, Lawtey. PHOTO PROCESSING
Revival services will follow duringthe IXCUIMVUVAIICKUD Charg HI

week of Jan. 21-25 with Dr. .
Dalrymple conducting Larry 30LAROIR SLEEVED GLOSSY KODAK ,%' :.' I .
Richardson, formerly of Giucd Ole PRINTS NEGATIVES PAPER .' .
play bluegrass gospel music, Jan. I

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t; Lunch MenusLunch I
Lawtev News .. School
Saturday and 'Sunday with his Mrs.. Allene Armstrong and her .
'I' "
1 Regina Dalton, Mrs. Marcia Eunice. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Graves. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and
> by Elizabeth Terry and son,Glen Taylor,Mrs.Ola Starl- Mrs. B. Ceballas and children of Mrs.:Mack McClellan 0/Lakelandwere Menus ALACAKTKMondayHamburgers
.phone 782-3300 ing, Mrs. Geraldine Norman, Mrs. Jacksonville, spent Sunday with her the guests of Mrs.Armstrong'ssister School pizza, french fries,
Personals... Earl Teston, Mrs. Cathy Higgin- parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse. Mrs. Flossie Rosier on Bradford County Middle milkshakes
botham. Mrs. Sammie Higgin- Mrs.Lois Carter spending some Thursday.Mrs. and all elementary schools Tuesday-French fries, mllkshakei, plaza,
A few ladies from First Baptist botham, Mrs. Linda Griffis, Mrs. time with her son-in-law and .Wilbur Kirkland of Ocala and MiMiday. Jan II: Hamburger on Bun lettuce* cheeseburgers.Wednmd.yHamburgers.
friends the Mrs. Elva Kirkland of Lawtey pickle french fries,cherry pie.milk. pizza, french fries,
Church and gathered at Katie McCombs, Mrs. Denise daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tunilay. Jin. ttt Beef-Vegotable soup, cheese milkshakes
home of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Hig- Crapse and son, Mike, Mrs. Ann Carter, and family. visited Mrs. Flossie Rosier on Tues- Utasl applesauce butterscotch square*,milk.WMlnnday. Thursday-Milkshakes, french fries;
ginbotham on Tuesday night for a Lewis and daughter, Sheila Harvey, Miss Ruby Kirkland of Ocala day afternoon. Jan. Mi Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce, Cheeseburgers pizza.
house-warming shower. Those pre and Miss Elizabeth Terry. After spent Sunday with Mr., and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Warren of che milk.ne slljc,garden salad,peaches cinnamon n.lI. Friday-Pizza, french fries, hamburgers,

sent were Mrs. Nora Thompson.Mrs. playing two games Mrs. Lester Charles Carter and family. Orange Park visited Mr. and Mrs. Thursday 'Ja... 14: Pizza cabbage slaw pear Each milkshakes day students have a choice of a hoi lunch...
Jeffrey Crawford, Mrs. Lester Austin sang two solos,"Consider the Darlene Eunice of Dunnellon Lester Walker on Sunday afternoon. halves chocolate' cake hot rolls,milk. aalad bar or they may purchase alacarle.Celery .
i .Austin and daughter. Bec .-ie. Mrs. Lilies", and "Worthy is the King", spent Sunday with het grand- Mr. and Mrs. Roger Edwards of Friday Jan ZSi Fried apple chicken crisp,hot rice rolls ft gravy milk.,buttered
after which Cathy opened her gifts, patents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacksonville visited their mother, green peas
which were all useful for the home. Eunice. ,Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr., on Sunday Bradford County High School
Delicious refreshments were serv- Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly of afternoon.
Hilitesby cheese stlx,
Beef.A-R..nl. green
Monday.Jan. w
Hampton ed; the fellowship was wonderful.We Lake Worth and their great grandson Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker beans,peaches,cinnamon roll,milk.
are so happy that God made it Danny, spent from Thursdayuntil visited their mother, Mrs. Catherine Tuenday.Jan.Ill Corndog macaroni' at cheese,
possible for them to have a nice Sunday with their parents, Mr. Steele, in the Whispering Pines Nur- buttered green peas,peaches cookie milk.W..ne.d. d dt 4
Dolores Meng sing Home in Starke ',Jan.Ali Beef-Vegetable Soup cheese
home in the place of the one which and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. afternoon. on Sunday Inset,pear halves,brownie milk.Thur.da has negative
phone 468-1913 burned down. Mrs. Elsie Norman spent from ,. Jan. Mi Hamburger on Bun trench calories-It takes more
Friday. Planning Day Mr.and Mrs.Clarence Courson,of Wednesday until Friday with her Miss Elizabeth Terry spent fries lettuce pickle fruit lopped cake milk. calories to eat a place of
several days with her sister, Mrs. Friday, Jan. 15 Pizza, buttered corn cabbageslaw
Interlachen, Saturday after- mother, Mrs. Lissie in
spent Starling then the celery has
,cherry cobbler cake hot rolls milk. celery
Friday, Jan. 18, will be a coun- noon with Mr. and Mrs.Don Graves. Jacksonville. C.E. Strickland, in Gainesville. In It to begin with.
tywide school planning day home for ,Toni!Collins,of Jacksonville, ,spent!
teachers. Students can stay
and help parents that day.

PTA Meeting...

On Tuesday, Jan. 22, a PTA
meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. at
the school. Parents are urged to at-

tend.New, Students... U.S.D.A. TOP CHOICEBONELESS $ 59

Welcomed as new students at the BEEF f
school this week were kindergartnerSteve
Joles, and first graders, Ruth
and Shelley Ann Joles, all from -
Hagerstown, Ind.
Super Students...

Those named Super P.E.Studentsby
Coach Keith Tetstone for the .
week of Jan. 8 to 11 were: Steve In-
nocent, Edward Becker, Johnny L1
Feezell, Henry Stewart, Johnny .
Powers, John Bozeman, Fred

Peeples and Terry Jenkins. LB


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Special Observance.phone 964-6683.. t\ ti N i'; ) } '"' H Bathroom Tissue

There will be a program In honorof 41 .. '.:,, ':r.,,,-\I"\. ,I- Fryer ASSORTED
Dr. Martin Luther King Friday :':.t... ::I':' ,.;,..,r. ii 4C
night, Jan. 18, at 7:30: p.m. at Mt.
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Zion A.M.E. Church, Lawtey. \ r $149
The public is invited to attend. :: Legs

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March 29.31 SLICED Mayonnaise Jiw .49 .
A trip to view antebellum homes in QuarterPork $149 I ALL FLAVORS
Market Bacon u1.39
f Savannah, Ga., is planned for the Style Slender .69
weekend of March 2931. USDA TOP CHOICE' BONELESS CHUCK FAMILY .1' Liquid . . woz

This trip is planned epecially for _Eye Fillet Steaks. PKQ., ,.2.89 Loin ,,"' .. MARTHA WHITE lawa1OT
adults and senior citizens of Union, TOP QUALITY FRESH Flakes ..4 :KZ.100
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The trip includes charter bus ser- .TOP CHOICE BONELESS UNDERBLADE FAMILY
vice to and from Savannah, two Rib Steaks Steaks SIZE'
Eye or Roast 3.99CENTER
Inn-downtown, u> PKG.
nights at the Holiday Salad Dressing
near the riverfront, two bus tours of CUT
the city with a multitude of stops to Smoked Ham Slices .u1.6G FRENCH, ITALIAN OR
view the interiors of some most TYSON'S CHICKENBreast PER POUND

famous mansions in the Old South Patties . &2.49 LarpeBaking -
(the price of admission to two spec- CATAUNAJ49
tacular homes is included in the 69'
price of the tour), two dinners at Sandwich Steaks =5.99 tans
Savannah best resturantsThe Hens
Pirate House and Williams Seafood SAVE 30'

on Tybee Island and baggage handl- 30 GALLONHefty

ing All for transportation one bag. in Savannah is U.S.D.A. TOP CHOICEBoneless Trash Bags . cowl W 1.39

included and the tour guide will be

along make on the the tour sightseeing of homes excursionsto one you Top Pink Salmon . . "331.89

won't forget. PANTRY PRIDE
The of the trip is based on $99
single price occupancy. $159, triple room Sirlom Tea Bags . . . .:11.90
and for four
occupancy $153 a room WITH BEANS
is $138. The bus will depart around Chill 'r W .59
mid-morning on Friday, March 29, Castteberry .. .
and return Sunday evening, March PER
31.' S k
Call Ginger Robertson in Lake ILea POUND Hunt's. -
Butler(490-2751)or Marion Channellin

how Orange you can Park-join this 272-7416 tour. and see Tomato Sauce r r"nE".V


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Assigned to Keesler AFB WHOLE OR SKIM MILK SAVE 22

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Airman Gabriel L. Hill, son
Marie Hill of Brooker, has been QUARTERS BAKERY
assigned to Keesler Air Force Base, Parkay Margarine ,az .69 1111
Miss., after completing Air Force $139 ASSORTED FLAVORS .
basic Yogurt. 2 .89
During training.the six weeks at Lackland Ham AMERICAN Breyer's HERITAGE SINGLE SLICES oz French Bread . . 2 1eOZ.Oft

Air Force Base, Texas, the airman Cheese .79 NATURE GRAIN \10.
studied the Air Force mission American 1aGZ Mini. French . . . 1A2 .99
organization and customs, and OLD FASHIONED STORE SLICED

received.special training In human UverwurstIMPORTED . . POUND HALF .99 HALF SAVE GAL SO-CTN. PANTRY PRIDE

basic relations.In addition training, airmen earn credits who complete towardan Swiss I AUSTRIAN Cheese . 1.99 PANTRY 100;. PURE PRIDE King Size:

associate degree through the KITCHEN FRESHPotato Orange $149
Community College of the Air Force. Salad . . POUND .89 White Bread
The airman will now receive PORK Juice ,

operations specialized field.instruction Airman in Hill the is air,a Ba..B-QueSandwlch. EACH .99 $ 49

1984 graduate of Buchholz High FRESH BAKEDWhite SAVE 3012OZ 3/ ]
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Large Sub Roll .. 411 .OO MeatFranks .. I
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Airman James R.Balkcom son of Found
Mr. and Mrs. James I. Balkcom of Cake . . 1.39 TrKHSUCED TORBEEPOscar Free; China
Lake Butler, and 1984 graduate of Mayer Bologna two?1.59
Bradford High School, has PULLED PORK SMOK UN graduated from the U.S. Air Force '=1.55 Information
BarBQueDinner Sunnyland Sausages
aircraft maintenance course at ,
Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. $299 *IB CAN WE WILL NO LONGER
During the course, students were Agars Hams . . 5.49 ISSUE BONUS CERTIFICATES.
taught aircraft maintenance fundamentals WITH 4 A TWO BOLL VEQS. WWKYFrWtlKraMLA**;OR SPICED BONUS CERTIFICATES WILL BE
to repair and service aircraft.oneandtwo Luncheon Meat *1.69 REDEEMABLE THRU JAN. 19, 1ge5.
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I I Tornado Five Slips by IHS Despite Mid-Season Slump

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"We tried to give it away and just Simon Mitchell got a rebound and up. Prior to the fourth quarter, BHS Everything went the way of
about succeeded," said Coach Mike threw downcourl to Robert Bellamy had done a good job on defense, but Orange Park as the Raiders put It
Sexton of the Bradford High basket- who made the layup to put BHS up then let up. 78-56 to the Tornado five last Friday
bailers who just escaped Interlachen by three, 4744.Inlerlachen BUS shot 38 percent,21 of 55,from' night, Jan. 11, in the Orange Park
High 47-46 Tuesday night,Jan.15, in got the basketball, the field. But the free throws were High gym.
the BHS gym. threw it in the length of the floor. even worse, at 23 percent, al I 5 for 22 BUS just didn't have a good team
The shaky win puts BHS 1-1 on the The Rams Keith Stokes made it shots effort.Coach Sexton said the
week and 6-2 for the season after a 47-46, and was fouled by BBS's Mitchell Herbie Cooper led BUS with 14 point of the was offensive turning
78-56 loss in Orange Park last in the act of With game an
Friday shooting. no points and 13 rebounds Scoring goal tending foul called Herbie
night, Jan. 11. time the clock,Stokes the '
on went to leader Car.en Chandler had 13 Cooper when he touched the basketball
The Tornado five played as poorlyas line for a free throw that would have points and 10 rebounds. At the free when it was still on the rim at a-
it could and still win Tuesday sent the game into overtime.But throw line Cooper was O-for-7, point in which BUS was closing the
night. The is in the ball bounced off the frontof
squad a mid-season Chandler l-for-9. point difference to eight points, anda
slump, Coach Mike Sexton says. "If the rim,and Stokes collapsed onto technical on Darren Chandler for
we don't improve somebody is going the floor, one disappointed BHS 18 S 15 6-47 hanging onto the rim as an Orange
to unload" on us like Orange Park young'un."I IHS 6 9 13 II 46 Park player cut under the BUS
did. guess somebody's looking out Bradford: Bellamy 20Norman player ; .
for us," said Coach Sexton. BUS 1-1-3 Chandler 6-1-13 Cooper 7-0-14,
BUS 47 IHS 46 didn't shoot well, missing the gim- Mitchell 2-1-5 Brown 2-2-6, McUod B"S 17 6 12 21 56
mies right under the basket. And, 102. Total. 21547. Orang.Park 17 13 19 29
Up 41-28 at the end of the third 78
period, BUS appeared comfortablyahead the Tornado five didn't move well. lnl.rlachn: Byrd 8-3-19 Hoy. 2-0-4 Bradford: Bellamy 1.0.2, Francis 3-0-6, L.4.
of Interlachen. But six BUS, 5 of 22 from the charity line, Boll 102. Guyd.n 2-4-8 Tool. 1-1-3 Norman 2-0-4, Chandl.r 13.3.29, Cooper ..;o I:!:;L
a point
missed 11 free throws in the fourth .w -- r1r.
O'N.al 2-0-4 Stok. 306. Total. 6-1-11, Brown 102. Totals '
performance in the fourth period 26456. --.. -
almost did the Tornadoes in. period.In 19846. Orange Parks P.yton 6-M3 Spradley ,...
BHS was up by one, 45-44, with the fourth period, BUS juslcouldn't 168. Ankney 5-2-12 Thomas 4-4-12, On the Move...
about 10 seconds left in the score. Interlachen, 5-8, OP 78 BUS 56 Detvlgnes 2.3.7, Brown 4-5-13 Hollen-
game. didn't have that problem and caught bacher 6113. Totals 28-22-78. Darren Chandler: brings the ball up court against Interlachen: Tuesday
night in the BUS ( yin.

I O.S. No. 1 White 1 JV Cagers

: Pottoesca0 Beat IHS,

K:: \ Fall to OPThe

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) L r have luck sure stayed ran home out in, because the BUS their gym

A c Jan. 15, when they lost to the Baby

Tornadoes 55-42
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A BUS 55 HIS 42

L BUS dominated the Interlachen
SAVE game, taking home the win 55-42
L- 40LB Winning every quarter except for
the last, the JV boys brought their
BAGGROCERY record to 2-5 for the season. In let
ting his younger players into the
fame to gain experience, Coach
Sanders still was able to main-
tain a comfortable lead.
FRESH h Top man for BUS was Eric Hooper
with 16 points followed closely by
Clifford Ivey with 15. Cecil Jacksonwas
Sweet 'N Low $ also in double figures with 13: for
the evening.
Sugar Substitute floda'/ "We're playing very well as a
team now and I expect: our successto
continue," said Sanders.
\ hi With 11 games left to play in the
S. season, Sanders expects: to pick his
SAVE 44' 99 2-5 record up before completing all
COUNT 18 games for this year.
-, With 23 baskets and 9 free-throws,
\ the Tornadoes totaled 55 points for
/ the win. They took the first quarter
16OZBOX SAVE 30C 15-2, the second quarter 17-8,and the
Pantry Pride Saftines .59 ." RED ROME third quarter 18-16 before losing the

TREE SWEET .fT"'W*KTW.M 11 All Purpose wow fourth,Next quarter game for 516.the JV is 6 p.m.

"t5rapefruit Juice : .W.' : .89 Y'T 8 9 tonight (Thursday, Jan. 17) in Lake
Apples LB BAG Butler. Tuesday, Ian. 22, the JV
NATURAL team goes to Middle-burg for a 6 p.m.
Motts Apple Sauce 460Z 1 .39 game.

Tom's Great American Chips .89 Interlachen 2. 16 16 .42
GreenCabbage 0 FRESH E. Hooper "-1''', C. Ivty tllS. J. Johnson
YellowOnions 59 3'0-4,A.Willi.....1-0-2.C.J.Ck.113,R, Nor-
14 ,
Swiss Miss man I 01, R.Thorp tit.

LB LBBAG Orange Park 40 BUS 36
Cocoa Mix
Hot "I felt the team played very wellas
WESTERN a unit despite the four point loss,"
REGULAR MINI 260Z EATING said Coach Sanders after the JVfive
FRESH lost 40-36 in Orange Park last Friday

SAVE 30 $119 Red O'Anjou 59 : night Eric, Jan.Hooper 11. led BKS with 18

29 points, Clifford Ivey had 10.
12COUNT Radishes Pears
BUS 12 8 4 12 36
Orange Park 9 8 9 14 40
"' -, .. \ BUS: Ivey 5-0-10, Williams 20-4,
CORN TACO OR NACHO 7, Johnson 2-0-4, Jackson 0-0-0, Hooper
Frito Lay Doritlos . a1.39X 7418. Totals 16436.
Orange Park: Ferrell 2-0-4, Smith

Wise Potato Chips . 31.29 ei=f
NABISCO ALL VARIETIES Morton Oral-B :: BHS Grapplers

Mister Salty Pretzels . . .99 Pot Pies ToothBrushes 9 9.

Keebler Swirly Q's . iosoz1.45 fiM USTERINE!fft: Listerine 32OZLibby's Begin Tough

MouthWash. $ 579 Struggling in a program building
a. year, the BUS grapplers have had a
hard row to hoe this season. In their
I iff OFF LABEL first tournament outing at Mid-
l. .
.. .. -
Vienna SAVE 18' Llbby' dleeburg Jan 11 and 12, only senior
Donnie Thornton was
\.lbblJl .5-OZ heavyweight
Pillsbury able to place with a second. In their
Sausage Toaster Strudel $129 Afrin competiton with Ocala Vanguard Jan.
CINNAMON RASPBERRY, NASAL $249 8, the BUS wrestlers lost the meet
2/$1' ._ Spray Facing some of the toughest competition
32-OZ FROZEN so far this year, the Tornado
grapplers were out-classed in the

WINE Pantry Pride 99<:: Robitussin $199 Thornton Middleburg made Tournament.it to the finals Only with

& BEER Taters DM Brad Green and George Watson the
only others to win any of their mat-

24 COUNT Green went 2-2, losing in the semifinals
Wines Lyons to the ultimate 98 pound cham-

HEARTY" :HABLJSORRRRHINENK BURGUNDY,CHABLIS $679 English $1O9 'r I 4T1 Tablets Advil $ 199 pion.ment. Watson was 1.2 for the tourna

Muffins According to Coach David Tew,
.' Thornton doesn't have anyone to work
: Coors out with, which shows up in matches
: PRICES &COUPONS GOOD THURS, JAN. 17 THRU WED.. JAN 23 1965.WE REDEEM FEDERAL FOOD STAMPS where there is very good competition.At .

Beer JIIILJiIIId I ----- Ocala Vanguard...
REGULAR OR LIGHT : r3o (OF8'' ;t: :, I 4 Try as they might, tile Tornado
:' : 1IJi3 Gwraa7r fwr r, grapplers couldn't overcome havingto
.' forfeit three weight classes and lost
KR.$239 i ,! Mahatma to Ocala 30-45 Jan. 8.
I Rich" & Creamy .J Brad Green and Donnie Thornton
I continued their winning streaks and
&... Ice Cream r
I were joined by Chuck Coburn and Sid
I HALF GALLON I Russell with wins and John Hamilton

L LIMIT I 1 COUPON PER ITEM GOOD THRU WED JAN,23. ISO J Mahatma with a forfeit.
"We didn't do badly..two boysdidn't
KRAFT wrestle up to their'

Apple or Grape: _" ___ :,, \ 5352 ENRICHED capabilities," said Coach Tew.
__ __ I "We're still trying to recruit and build
A t, :.CAS Eil1. Rice I a program. You have to get a program
Jelly before you can think about win-
. ,,... 6 PACK *a" <- I I ning or losing.,
'I ,Pepsi Cola Diet

I I Pepsi, Mt. Dew $109 ......A ... Ocal.Vanguard 45. IHS 30
,. 8 9"I or Pepsi Free 7 9.. tsd 5r..nW), l.f-J I PLUS DEPOSIT I '2LB Itl-ChucH Cobunt (Wl, lid Hvltall (W). Jamie
  • Braca Davis
    JAR, !I LIMIT 1 COUPON PER ITEM GOOD THRU WED JAN 23. 19B& : BAG . Mf-torfalt, iss- o lNt. UMorf.lt. Ilt-Brle. .
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    January IT. 111115 TKlKiKAl
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    DONE AND ORDERED JACKSONVILLE DIVISION All CLAIMS. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF should not be forfeitedto and will consider an Ordinance The administration of

    . Legal Notices ot Jacksonville; Florida Court No. 84.705. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL the State of Florida: relating ta: the estate of NETA P.

    this 2nd day of January CIV.J16UNITED NOT SO FILED CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR IN RE: A 1977 Ford Amend the Comprehensive BROWti jdjumassd, Fife

    . 1985. WILL BE FOREVER BAR. BRADFORD COUNTY Pickup 'TruckVINFI5BN065279 land Use
    Number 84-109-CP
    UNITED STATES DISTRICT plaint or Petition HARVEY E. SCHLESINGER STATES OF RED.Date FLORIDA. ; and. Plan to provide that In the Circuit,

    COURT MIDDLE WITNESS my hand and UNITED STATESMAGISTRATE AMERICA Plaintiff; of the first PROBATE DIVISION other personalty. lands currently classified Court pending for! Bradford Coun

    DISTRICT OF FLORIDA the seal of sold Court on VS publication of this Noticeof CASE NO. 85-7-CP In addition, pursuantto Single Family and Florida Probate Division

    JACKSONVILLE DIVISION. January 2, 1985.GILBERT / 6tchg 2/21 ANN L. GREEN a/k/a Administration: Nov. ((1.3607)) Chapter 932 Florida designated by the plan ty. the, address of

    Cote No 84. U39 S. BROWN, ANN LAURA GREEN 19, 1984. Statutes the operative a* Gold Mobile Home, which Is Bradford County

    Civ-J-12 Clerk Circuit Court NOTICE a/k/a ANN A. GREEN. WILMA DUNCAN, As IN RE: The Estate of fact concerning the be reclassified .and Courthouse, Stark.,

    By:.Beulah Moody OF INTENTIONTO Defendants Personal Representativeof CHARLES A. MORRIS seizure of the propertyare ,designated Brown the Florida. The names and

    UNITED STATES OF Deputy Clerk REGISTER the Estate of HARVEY Deceased. os follows: property of TRACEY E. addresses of the

    AMERICA, Plaintiff 1/10 2tchg 1/17 FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE OF SALE FOWLER Deceased. 1. County of Seizure:. GRIFFIS SR.. described personal and

    v.. ........ Attorney for Personal NOTICEOF Bradford County. a* follow: S.W. corner representative

    JAMES F. NORMAN and PUBLIC NOTICE v Pursuant to Section Notice I I. hereby given Representative: ADMINISTRATION'The 2. Dote of Seizure: October of SR 2:25: and 2OO.A. City the personal attorney representative's are set-

    CYNTHIA K. NORMAN, 865.09, Florida Statute, that pursuant to a Final BESSENT: MOODY A 3. 1984. of lawtey. forth below

    Defendant. TO: WILLIAM PURVIS notice I I. hereby given Judgement entered on SALZMAN By: Wm. A administration of 3. Law enforcement You are further given All Interested

    I Rt. 4, Starke, FL 32091. that the undersigned November 27, 1984 by Bessent III. Esquire, 403 the estate of CHARLES A agency holding the NOTICE that a copy of are required to file persons with

    ORDER OF SERVICEBY NOTICE to sell contents T.W. GRIMSLEY & BEN L. the above styled cause, West Georgia Street, MORRIS Deceased File above described property told proposed OR. this court,WITHIN THREE

    PUBLICATIONthis of Unit No. 82 DYALS. P.O. Box 456. Inverness the undersigned United P.O. Box 1056 Starke, No. 85-7-CP i la pending )- Bradford County' DINANCE I I. available for MONTHS OF THE FIRST

    MiniofAmericaStorage I Fla. 32651-0456, State Marshal or any of Florida 32091. ((904)) In the Circuit Court for Sheriffs Department your Inspection at the\ PUBLICATION OF THIS '

    cause came to b. Hwy. 100 joint owner, doing his duly appointed 96472623728327. Bradford County, 4. Court having Office of the City Clerk NOTICE: (1)) all claimsagainst !

    heard upon the verified Keystone Heights, FL business under the firm deputies will sell the 12/27"tchg t/17 Florida. Probate Division jurisdiction: Bradford City' Hall, Lawtey, the estate and

    motion of Plaintiff for an 32656 on January 19 name of SANDLIN CORP property situate in Brad the address of County. Circuit Court. Florida.
    ((2)) objection by an
    Order ol Service by 1985 at 10 a.m. Satur d/b/a SKYLINE HOUS ford County Florida, which Is Bradford County 5. Anticipated date of Each and every person Interested any to

    Publication, and It appearing day. Contents Include ING 1650 N. Temple described as: NOTICE OF APPLICATION Courthouse, Post Office filing: 12/28/84. having any Interest whom notice person was mailed

    i that this action electric dryer, 2 TVs, Ave. Starke, Fl 32091 A parcel of land lyingIn FOR REZONING Drawer B, Starke, 1/172tchg 1/24 whatever In the enactment the

    has been brought for the electric typewriter. intends to register said the SE>/4 of Section 24. AND AMENDMENT OF Florida 32091 The ........ of this proposed validity that challenge of the will the

    enforcement of a lien Itchg I/Id fictitious name under the Township 6 South Range THE LAND USE PLAN. name and addresses of NOTICE OF APPLICA ORDINANCE should appear of the

    against real properly ........ aforesaid statute. 22 East Bradford County the Personal Representative TION FOR AMENDMENTOF and be heard at the qualification personal

    situated In Bradford UNITED STATES DISTRICT Dated this 27th day of Florida and being An ORDINANCE amending and the PersonalRepresentative's THE LAND USE PLAN. time and place prescribe venue, or representative jurisdiction of,
    COURT MIDDLE more particularly the Comprehensiveland attorney CITY OF IAWTEY
    County within the Middle December A.D. In ed.CITY the court.
    District of Florida and DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, Bradford County described as follow: Use Plan Element are set forth FLORIDA.An COUNCIL, CITY OF
    Commence the SE and Map by City ol below.
    as : 12/27 "tchg 1/17
    West 100 feet of lot 5 Case No. 84.1432CivJ.16 corner of sold Section 24, Starke Florida, In accordance All interested personsare ORDINANCE amending ltchgl17IN
    of Block 22 of the City of Township 6 South, Range with the local required to file with the Comprehensive RED.

    lawtey, Bradford County 22 East and run North Government Comprehensive this court WITHIN THREE land Use Plan Element THE CIRCUIT COURT
    Publication of this
    0"37'20" distanceof Planning Act MONTS OF THE FIRST and FOR BRADFORD
    West COUN
    UNITED STATES OF a Mop by lawteyi
    Florida according to IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Notice has
    the or plat thereof AMERICA, Plaintiff THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 938.44 feet, run of '1975 as provided for in PUBLICATION OF THIS Florida. In accordancewith TY, FLORIDA PROBATE begun on
    17 1985.
    record at Plat Book 2, vs. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR thence South B310'50" Chapter 163 of the NOTICE: (I) all claims the local Government DIVISIONFile January Personal,

    Page 61 of the public THE ESTATE OF KATIE B. BRADFORD COUNTY West a distance of 900.16 Florida Statutes, against the estate and Comprehensive' Number 84-109-CP Representative

    records of Bradford'' WIMBERLY and the heir FLORIDA feet for Point of Beginn ((2)) any objection by an Planning Act of 1975 as Division 13596IN : Fannie Silcox,

    County, Florida, ,..aldprop.rty at Maw WINIFRED Civil Case No. 64-662 ing. From Point of Beginning TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers interested person to provided for In Chapter Post Starke.Office Florida Box 32091.ITS
    lying and being SCHNEIDER, daughter of thus described continue and other interested whom notice was moiled 163 of the Florida RE: ESTATE OF

    within S.ctlon 23, Katie B. Wimberly and MARY G. FRANKLIN. South 8310'50" Persons, that challenge the Statutes. NETA P. BROWN. Attorney for Personal
    Representative: JosephH.
    the unknown heirs West a distance of 200 validity of the will the Deceased
    Township 5 South Range Plaintiff
    fi.1 East, Bradford County .devisees, grantees, and v.. feet run thence North You and each of You qualification of the Personal TO: All Citizens Taxpayers Box. Forbes 913. Gainesville PA., P.O. -
    Florida. .assignee llenors. 6"52'07" West a distanceof 'are hereby and herewith Representative, and other Interested NOTICE
    and it further appear. creditor trustees, or HAMILTON 214.34 feet to the given notice In accordance venue, or jurisdiction. .of person v OF ADMINISTRATION 32602 375-4375.Telephone: ((904))

    ing that Defendant other claimants by. Defendant. Southerly right-ol-way with Florida the court.
    line of Rood 16 Statutes that the Boardof ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS You and each 1/112'chg 124Among
    James F. Norman' and through under, or State run of you .. ..... '.
    Cynthia K. Norman can against THE ESTATE OF NOTICE OF ACTION thence North 8307'53" City Commissioners of NOT SO FILED are hereby and herewith

    not be served within the KATIE B. WIMBERLY and PROPERTYTO East along aforesaid Starke, Florida have WILL BE FOREVER BAR given notice In accordance .

    State of Florida; that It is all parties having a Southerly rightofwayline designated the Starke RED. with Florida p
    distance of 200 Zoning'and Planning Publication of this G, r G
    not practicable to serve claim right title or interest : PEGGY HELEN a Statute that the City
    feet thence South Board to conduct a public Notice has begun 17 ,
    them personally; and in the property HAMILTON ADDRESS run on Council of Lawtey,
    they have not voluntarily therein Defendants UNKNOWN.YOU 52'07" East a distanceof hearing at a regular January 1985.Attorney Florida will conduct a

    appeared herein; It is ARE NOTIFIED 214.51 feet to Point of meeting held ot 7:00: for PersonalRepresentative public hearing at a

    therefore NOTICE OF SUIT that an action to Beginning. The property p.m., in the City Commission : regular meeting held at

    ORDERED as follows: and foreclose on a Mortgageand being the West one-holf meeting room TOMLINSON & BROWN 7:30: p.m. at City Hall I certain primitive tribes a woman should not spin

    I. Defendants James ORDER FOR UNNAMED Security Agreementfor of the above description Stark. City Hall, Stark., P.A., Post Office Drawer Lawtey Florida, on Man- \while her husband is eating or the game he hunts will'

    F. Norman and Cynthia DEFENDANTS TO the following described Bradford County Floridaat Florida on Thursday, 40, Storke, Florida day. February 4. 1985 1 turn like the spindle and he will be unable to hit it.
    public outcry to the January 31. 1985 and 32091. Telephone:
    K, Norman shall appearIn property In Bradford .
    this cause and plead APPEARAND PLEAD County, Florida: highest and best bidder make a recommendationto 904/964-8272. By: -
    for cash at the hour of the City of Starke Johnny R. Hobbs Jr
    to the complaint filed (SERVICE BYPUBLICATION Two parcels of land lying -
    Commissioners and the
    herein before ) 12:00 o'clock Noon on Personal Representotive
    on or In the Southeast
    C.R. SMITH JR.
    February 25. 1985; or In Quarter (SE'of) Northwest January 30 1985 at the Board will consider on : JULIE P. MORRIS ,

    default thereof the TO: ALL unknown heirs Quarter (NW'/ ), front door entrance of Tuesday February 5, Post Office Box 157 CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTIS
    1985 ot the said
    same Florida 32058.
    devisees the Bradford County Lawtey
    Court shall proceed to grantees, Section 17, Township 6
    judgement In this causeto assignees, (tenors South Range 22 East Courthouse at Starke, place at 7:30: p.m. on Ordinance 1/172tchg 1/24 PLEASED TO ANNOUNCETHE

    the extent provided by creditor, trustees, or Bradford County Florida Dated: relating to:

    Section 1655, Title 28, other claimants, by Florida, and more par December 17, 1984. The rezoning described of the NOTICE OF SALE OPENING OF HIS NEW OFFICE
    under Richard L. Cox Jr. property
    United States Code as if through or ticularly described as
    said Defendants had against Katie B. Wimberly follows: United States Marshal and amending the NOTICE I I. hereby

    been served with deceased and all Middle District of Florida Comprehensive Land
    process ; PARCEL A: Commenceat Use Plan given that under and by
    to provide that
    within the State of other Parties having or the Intersection of the Dorothea Beane lands currently zoned virtue Part IV of Chapter 405 WEST GEORGIA STREET SUITE A
    have Assistant United States ,
    Florida. claiming to any of 83 F.S.
    Westerly boundary a* Self-Storage
    2. This order be right title or Interest In the right-of-way of State Attorney, AttorneyFor the designated plan as by Facility Act that the STARKE FLORIDA 32091

    published In a the property hereinafter Road 16 and the Northerly Plaintiff- AGRICULTURAL undersigned will sell for
    of general described.You 12/274tchg 1/17 & RURAL cash the bid
    newspaper boundary of the right- RESIDENTIAL, be rezoned to highest 964-7913
    circulation In BradfordCounty are hereby of-way of a county road anddesignated der at C & C Mini-
    to PUD
    Florida; not less notified that an action and run thence West Planned UnitDevelopment Storage, 1640 S. Walnut

    than once each week for has been Institutedagainst along sold Northerly Street 301 South

    six consecutive weeks you in the above boundary a distance of IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF ,of RONALD the property Starke, Florida at 11:00 LOCATED ADJACENT TO THE

    prior to the return date Court by the United 531.26 feet to a point FLORIDA. EIGHTH a.m. on the 28th day of "

    herelnabove designated.DONE States of America for said point being 881.2 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ''ODOM-NEWMAN IIIdescribed,SR. 8 JOHN as January, 1985 the contents BRADFORD COUNTY COURTHOUSE

    AND ORDERED the enforcement pf a lien feet Easterly of, the AND FOR BRADFORD of Unit No. 25,
    at Jacksonville. Florida, against real' property COUNTY. FLORIDA : ,Fifty-two ((92)) GAYLE ,
    Southwest corner of said belonging to
    located North of Ct. Rd.
    this 2nd day of situated In Bradford CASE NO. 64-98-CP
    January furniture
    SE'/i of NW'run; ROBERTS containing
    229 Weldon St. ofporc.1
    19S5. County within the Middle thence North a distanceof Probate DivisionIN ( ) out and household '
    in Sec-
    I HOWARD T. SNYDER District of Florida and 264 feet to an Iron tion 20, Township 6 goods. By C & C Mini- PUBLIC'NOTICE j

    UNITED STATESMAGISTRATE 'described as follows: stake for point of begin RE: ESTATE OF Storage, 1640 5, WalnutSt.
    South Range 22 East,
    A portion of the Northeast ning. From point of HARVEY FOWLER Planned Unit ., Starke, FL 32091.
    1/17 2/21 Quarter (NE'/.) of Deceased Development
    Southwest Quarter 'beginning, continue thus North described a (and PUD mobile) for multifamily home. 9646020.1/112tchg 124IN PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town of

    NOTICEOF (SW'/i) and a portion of distance of 162.04 feet to NOTICEOF park. Brooker, Brooker, Florida, will hold electionson
    REGISTER (NW'of) Southeast on Iron take; run thence You are further given THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Tuesday February 19 1985 for Council -
    West a distance of 220 NOTICE that of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL ,
    FICTITIOUS NAME Quarter (SE'/) of Section feet to an iron stake; run ALL CLAIMS PERSONS HAVING OR said proposed a copy ORDINANCE CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Group 5. Election will be held at the Town
    28, Township 6 South.
    thence South 162.04 feet
    Pursuant to Section Range 22 East in the City to on Iron stake,' run DEMANDS AGAINST THE Is available at the for office FLORIDA. Hall, beginning at 7:00 a.m. and ending at
    Florida Statutes of Starke, Bradford ABOVE ESTATE AND All your Inspection
    865.09 ,
    thence East a distance of of the Director of PROBATE DIVISION 7:00<
    notice !I. hereby given County Florida and being 220 feet to point of OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED and Planning, CASE NO. 85-7-CP P.m. Linda Robinson
    that the undersigned more particularly IN THE ESTATE: Zoning
    beginning. ((1.3607)) Clerk to Council
    described YOU ARE HEREBY Bradford County Courthouse _. .
    PERRY F. KOONS 212 E. as follows: PARCEL B: Commenceat '" c .. .

    Noble Av.., Wllllston FL Commence at the Intersection the intersection of the NOTIFIED that the administration Each,and Starke, Florida.Person IN RE: The Estate of j. .- "
    32696 sole owner doing of the Westerly boundary of of the Estateof every CHARLES A. MORRIS
    business under the firm Southerly boundary of the right-of-way of State HARVEY FOWLER having any interestwhatever Deceased.

    name of H & R BLOCK Bridges Street (formerly Road 16 and the Norther Deceased Is pending In of this in the propos.dORDINANCE enactment INVITATION TO BID

    964 N. Temple Ave, Seventh Street) and the ly boundary of the right. the Circuit Court for should NOTICEOF

    Starke.-FL 32091 Intendsto Westerly boundary of Bradford County appear ADMINISTRATIONThe
    of-way of a county road and be heard at the PROJECT.Santa Fe Community College, Starke Center Starke, Florida.
    register said fictitious Church Street and run and thence West Florida, Probate Division
    name under the thence South 17 degree along run said Northerly the address of time and place prescrib administration of OWNER:. Santa Fe Community College Endowment Corporation.

    aforesaid statute. and 45 minutes West boundary a distance of which Is N. Temple .d. the estate of CHARLES A. ARCHITECT: Craig Salley ft Associates, Inc., Architects 3911 I Newberry Road.

    Dated this 2nd day of along said Westerly 531.26 feet, to a point Avenue, Starke, Florida Board of City of Starke MORRIS Deceased File Gainesville, Florida 32607.

    January. A.D. 1985 In boundary a distance of said point being 881.2 32091. The Personal Commissioner' No. 85-7-CP K pendingin BIDS RECEIVED: Tuesday February 5, 1985 2:00: p.m.; Trlast Construction

    Bradford County. 388.36 feet to a concrete feet Easterly of the Representative of the By: L.M.Starke Gaines, the Circuit Court for Company. Inc., Highway 21 North Post Office Drawer 700. Keystone Heights,
    for of Estate Is WILMA DUN Director Zoning
    1/l04tchg1/31 monument point Southwest corner of said & Bradford County Florida 32656.

    ....*..* beginning. From point of SE '/ of NW'/4 run CAN whose address Is Planning 1 Florida Probate Division BID OPENING: Wednesday February 6, 1985.

    IN THE CIRCUIT 'COURTOF beginning thus described thence North a distanceof ; Rt. L.Box :205. Claremont ltchgl17NOTICE the address of AWARD DATE: Thursday February 7, 1985.INSTRUCTIONS '.

    THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL run North 72 degreesand 426.04 feet to an Iron Florida 32711. Th. which I I. Bradford County )

    CIRCUIT OF THE STATE 27 minute West a stake; run thence West name and address of the Courthouse, Post Office TO BIDDERS 1 1I

    OF FLORIDA IN AND distance of 108.76 feet to 22O: {eet to an Iron stake Personal Drawer B, Starke, Plans and Specification may be reviewed at the office of Trlest Construction ,

    FOR BRADFORD COUNTY a concrete monument: for a point of beginning. Representative's At. NOTICE )Is hereby given Florida 32091. The Company, Inc., Highway 21 North Keystone Heights, Florida 32656 or at '
    thence South are set forth that on Monday January and
    17 addresses
    run I torney name of
    From point of beginning the Mid-State Builders Exchange 1217 N.W. 16th Avenue, Gainesville,
    and below 28, 1983lat: )0:00: o'clocka.m.
    CIVIL ACTION degrees 43 minutes : the Personal Representative
    thus described continue Florida.
    West a distance of 105 All persons having ., the undersigned and the P..onolR.pr..ntotlv.'a
    Cote No. 84-640
    West a distance of 110 .FREIGHTWAYS. 2. Bids are to be submitted In duplicate on Bidder's Letterhead.
    feet claims d.mond.ogoln.t GATOR
    to a concrete monument or attorney
    feet to a point; run the Estate INC. will( sell at public 3. Bids are to be signed sealed and addressed to Trlest Construction Company
    ; run thence South are required are set forth
    WALTER HOMES 72 degrees and 27 thence South and WITHIN THREE auction for cash at 2175 below. Inc., P.O. Drawer 700 Keystone Heights. Florida 32656 and submitted
    INC., a corpora. parallel to the Easterly
    minute Eat a distanceof MONTHS FROM THE Commonwealth Avenue All Interested personsare on the date shown above.
    vs.lion; Plaintiff 108.67 feet to a concrete boundary Official of Record a lot deededIn Book DATE OF THE FIRST Jacksonville, FL., one required to file with 4. Bids are to be submitted In accordance with the attached Bid Proposal

    BOBBY L. COHENS and monument on PUBLICATION OF THIS lot of Garage Doors, this court WITHIN THREE Form.
    JANIE B. COHENS his aforesaid Westerly 31 Record, Page of 468 Bradford, Public NOTICE to file with the consigned to Trt-County, MONTS OF THE FIRST 5. No bidder may.withdraw his bid for a period of thirty ((30)) day after date

    wife and NORTH boundary of Church Clerk of the above Court Ft. Place' FL (Pro. PUBLICATION OF THIS let for opening thereof.
    : Florida
    County, a
    FLORIDA REGIONAL Street run thence North distance of 162.04 feet to a written statement of 02-553302 dtd. 8/30/84)); NOTICE: ((1)I) all claims
    17 45 claim or demand and one lot of Garage the and
    HOSPITAL INC., Defendants degrees, minutes a point; run thence Easta any against estate PROPOSAL FORMTo
    East along aid Westerly they may have. Each Doors, consigned to ((2)) any objection by an
    distance of 110 feet to ( Be Copied Bidder's Letterhead)
    boundary a distance of claim must be In writing Garage Door Spec Interested person to

    NOTICE OF SUIT 105 feet to point. of an North iron stake 162.04; run feet thence to and must be In writing Tampa, FL, ((04323599dtd whom notice was mailed
    beginning.and and must Indicate the 9/24/84 & 02496306dtd that challenges the Februarys, 1985

    TO: Bobby L. Cohens and you are ordered point of been beginninghas filed basis of the claim the 7/18/84)) to satisfy validity of the will the ',

    Janle R. Cohens, his and required to appear and againstyou name and address of the freight and storage qualifications of the Personal TRIEST CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC. t.
    are requiredto
    wife, whose residence and plead In said action you creditor or his agent or charged: under the provisions Representative, Post Office Drawer 700
    ore unknown. and file your answer written serve defense a copy If your attorney and the of Section 4b( ) of venue, or jurisdiction of Keystone Height. Florida 32656
    YOU ARE HEREBY with the Clerk of this any amount claimed. If the Uniform Standard Bill of the court.
    the Plaintiff
    to it on attorney -
    NOTIFIED that an actionto Court ot. Jacksonville, whose and claim I. not yet due the lading. ALL CLAIMS AND OB. Gentlemen:
    foreclose Florida and to serve a date when It will become Gator Frelghtways, Inc.Carrier, JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
    a mortgageon address I.I Terence M.
    the following proper. copy thereof upon the Brown Esquire, Tomlln- due shall be stated. If Will BE FOREVER BAR Having examined the site of the proposed project and having become fully

    ty in Bradford County Plaintiff attorney S Brown P.A. Post the claim I.I contingent or 1/17 2tchg 1/24 RED. Informed relative to the.. local condition which may affect the work and hayIng
    son ... .
    Florida, to-wlt: Dorothea Beane, Assistant Office Drawer 40, unliquidated, the natureof .. Publication of this examined all document os prepared by Craig Sol ley ft Associates, Inc..

    Lot 7 and the N'/i of United State Attorney Stark., Florida 32091. on the uncertainty hall Notice has begun on 17 Architects for the work and having a thorough understanding of the work to
    of Block Post Office Box be ttated. If the claim i I. OF SALE January 1985.Attorney be furnish all mot.rlal..lobor and
    lot S 3, or before 12 February NOTICE performed we propose to equipment services
    Gahagan Subdivision as 600 Jacksonville' 1985, and file the .secured the security for PersonalRepresentative required for and reasonably Incidental to the
    thereof recorded Florida 32201 on or shall be described. The Is hereby :
    per plat original with the Clerk of NOTICE
    In the Public Recordsof before February 25, this Court either' before claimant hall deliver given that under and by TOMLINSON A BROWN
    1985 H fall do sufficient of the P.A., Post Office Drawer
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    Bradford you IV of Chapter
    County service on Plaintiff attorney virtue Part (Here Insert the scope of the work
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    has been filed againstyou Act that the '
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    for the relief one to each Personal 9049648272. By(
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    Plaintiff ll, ORDERED that the the Estate to whom a 1640 S. Walnut : JULIE P. MORRIS the following amounts:
    to It, on the attorney Storage, .
    whose andaddress above Notice of Suit aid or petition. copy of this Notice of Administration Street 301 South Post Office Box 157, "tLawtey BASE BID' '" .
    name WITNFSS hand and .
    Order for Unnamed my ha* been Storks Florida at 11:00: Florida 32058. DOLLARS (S_ )
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    I Mark Frietllin. BCT Staff Writer III \

    I You could hear it in the distance four massive rotor blades chopchoppedtheir II ', 'I wrlpwuu+ut ,
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    way through the cold morning air Monday morning at the Florida National ,. "
    j Guard facilty at Camp Blanding. '
    i A tiny black dot just above.the treeline stretching to the horizon loomed
    I larger and larger, then came into full view a sleek deadly looking machine
    that kicked up a duststorm of debris as it "flared"slowe'd for a landing)
    over the drop spot and gently settled to the earth, twin turbine engines moan-
    ing as they slowley "spooled down" and came to a rest.
    The 269th Aviation Battallion had arrived with a flourish
    Members of the battallion some of whom were included in the invasion of : \
    Grenada last year, arrived from their home base at Fort Bragg, North
    Carolina to support some of the massive artillary fire heard by area c1\
    residents at the camp last weekend.
    , The firepower was supplied by the 1st of the 39th Field Artillary Battallion, t :3. '
    also from Fort Bragg, which was busy letting loose with their 155 milimeter |II
    howitzers on the vast practice range at the camp. I
    11 The big guns are some of the biggest ever fired at Camp Blanding and *
    create an earsplitting boom when fired in unison, as they were last

    weekend, when the explosions sent shock waves rolling through the ground ... .
    ! which were felt in Starke and as far away as Keystone. Heights. Local -. ... ... .
    residents, long acustomed to the activitiy at the camp, seemed undisturbed.The I- "f"'. "
    vast size of the firing range at the camp, over 70,000( acres, creates a ".
    uniquely realistic training ground for a variety of different exercises, which
    the armed forces' new breed. of mission specialists, who use the facility to b / :ems .
    hone their skills. p (44.'i ui'+ '--
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    ding are part of a fast reaction drill called an "Emergency Rapid DeploY-
    ment Readiness Exercise". The object? To move a highly trained fighting
    force of about 550( infantrymen as quickly as possible to the "action" in this M
    case Camp Blanding.In knr,
    a real war, however, the choice of locations in trouble spots around the l
    world are as varied as a map is complex. It could be the Middle East, Europe
    or Central and South America. Flexibility is vital, as Captain Robert Sarkovof I
    the 269th explained."If .
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    moment's notice,' he said. "This exercise at Camp Blanding will give i us a f '
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    Bragg North Carolina and flew into Camp Blanding at right, pondering a maze of controls and electronic
    early this week for an extensive training schedule. pathfinding equipment the pilots use to fly through
    Above members of the battallion assemble their rainstorms or snow, depending on the situation.
    their Sikorsky Unlike the famous "Iluey" it replaces, the
    gear after the trip from Fort Bragg as
    Blackhawk assault helicopter "spools down" Its twin Blackhawks are true "all-weather" machines and can
    turbine engines. fly up to 100 miles per hour faster than the older craft.


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    I Thompson Pleads Guilty, to Drug ChargesJohnny


    Blaine Thompson pled against Thompson, ail stemming The minimum sentence for the grams ol cocaine from 1 nom pilon
    guilty January 16 to conspiracy from this investigation.In charge is three years, which the and paying him $1,700. The buy took
    trafficking in a controlled accepting Thompson's guilty court may or may not set. place in Thompson's van in a park-
    substance; cocaine. plea, Judge John J Crews ad- Thompson pled guilty to count five ing lot on north US-301 J JA
    Thompson was scheduled for trial judicated him guilty and ordered a of a seven count indictment. All Lawtey resident, Thompson
    next Monday on several drug pre-sentence investigation and ask counts were drug related. owned and operated Sonny's Bar-B-
    charges, he was also to be a co- that it be completed as soon as possi- In presenting the factual basis to Que in Starke and the Plaza Barber
    defendant on additional charges. In the court, Assistant State Attorney shop. At one time he owned and
    pleading guilty Thompson gave up ble.Thompson is to remain free on his Thomas Elwell recounted the Sept. operated Wishbone in Starke and
    his right to an appeal and the state current bonds so that he may set his 20 surveillance that began in Lake one in Lake Butler. Thompson serv- .
    agreed to dismiss the other charges affairs in order "because he will be City'and ended with an undercover ed on the Bradford County( School } ,: p::
    In this case and six other cases going to prison", said Judge Crews. agent making a drug buy of 27.85 Board from 1971 to 1974. ..
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    Driver Is Killed General Hospital where his condi- while intoxicated, according to Patrolman W. C. Hem Baker was ,. '> ,
    tion was listed as serious, accordingto Trooper D. C. Myers. Shannon's released after a $210 surety bond t, f ': i
    Loses Control of CarAn Emergency Services Director blood alcohol content was .18 percent was posted. '; ,T \A

    Orange Park man died early Cliff Chapman. Paramedic Dan Bond was set at $350, he was
    Saturday when he lost control of his Cuddington and Chapman responded released on his own recognizance.. George Frazier, 24, of Starke was :
    car 50 feet south of the Starke city to the accident in Rescue 60. arrested Jan. 11 for no valid driver
    limits. Assistant Fire Chief Dwayne James Marklee Parrish, 45, of license and incorrect tag mount, according -
    Ivan A. Gilbert, 26, was driving Hardee,firefighters Tom Rowe,Lott Lake Butler was arrested Jan. 12 for to Patrolman George Barrette -
    recklessly on US-301 as he passed Williams, EMT Nelson Green and driving under influence, according lie was released after a $235
    through Starke, attempting several Paramedic Mike Sanders responded to Trooper B. A. Williams. Bond was surety bond was posted.
    times to pass a semi tractor-trailer, when extrication equipment was required set at $325, he was released bn his
    cut in front of the rig and,then slow in the 2:58 a.m accident. own recognizance Wilson L. Griffis, 28, was arrested
    down, according to Trooper Kenneth Homicide Investigator D. C. Jan. 10 for driving while license
    I Ethridge. Roberts said no charges had been filed ) Robert Steven Carlin, 28, of Ocala suspended, according to Trooper O
    As Gilbert approached the south in the accident. was arrested Jan. 12 for driving C. Roberts. He was released after a '
    end of the city, he reportedly at- under influence and refusing to sign $210 surety bond was posted. 4. 2
    Traffic ArrestsIn summons, according to Patrolman
    tempted to pass the truck on the
    right side as the truck was attemp- Bradford Dwight Groves. Bond was set at Raymond Eugene Rewis, 38, of
    ting to pass another vehicle. Gilbert CountyThe $350, Carlin was released on his own Gainesville was arrested Jan. 15 for
    was killed when he lost control of his recognizance.Willie driving while license suspended or
    1981 Plymouth and crashed into a following arrests for traffic revoked and improper tag, accor- Irz
    culvert.A violations were made in Bradford C. Baker of Starke was arrested ding to Patrolman Barrette. Bond
    passenger in the car, Calvin County by local authorities duringthe Jan. 13 for driving while was set at $235, he was released on _.

    Brown, 27, also of Orange Park was Nathan past week.Kelly Shannon of Starke !license suspended, according to his own recognizance. Trio Discuss PSI...
    taken by Stat to Alachua
    arrested ,January 13 for driving Parole Officer Bill Hicks was appointed by the court to complete a pre-
    trial Investigation for Johnny B. Thompson. Thompson, center, shown herewith
    Hicks and attorney Terry Silverman (on right).

    Helicopters... from page 1

    Voltaire, the famous French writer, was said to drink 50 cups of coffee a .

    The combat troops will begin airlifting men into the Camp Blanding area Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm

    this Friday with an early morning, mass airdrop of about 250 members of the day.AIR Take 100 South towards Keystone, fake right on
    18th Airborne Corp parachuting out of the bellies of huge, C-130 transport CONDITIONING & HEATINGNEW 24th
    planes,along with their heavy equipment,to a special drop-zone at the camp Street, follow signs .
    near the airstrip.The INSTALLATIONS
    huge planes, some of the largest ever built, will make the flyover and SERVICE ON ALL MAKES Closed until MarchOPEN
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    land at the Keystone Heights Airpark were cancelled due to ongoing contraction HEAT PUMPS
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    Blackhawks landed with their live "cargo"". FUSS, CALL USMikfe's \
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    Hueys and are more heavily armored to resist enemy shells and anti- AHfime&tric( l / 17 ,:' In 1945 the state legislature "
    aircraft fire. The body and mechanics of the machine are heavily protectedand ''
    can take almost anything but a direct hit and keep on flying. & designated the third Friday of
    As related by Capt. Sarkov, one helicopter became ensnared in a group of 4 Radiator Service ''r January as Arbor Day.
    trees on a training mission in North Carolina and had to literally chop its
    way out with its blades. -
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    '. ""''..",,',.. '.. : -\'.:: 0'f \ Tanker...
    ." ''" ', 0"" ", County Inspects
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    y : Emergency Services Director Cliff Chapman Commissioners> I.awrenceMmil..y
    ,, and Maxie Carter Jr. Inspect: the newly refurbished fire tanker at
    Lawley Correctional Institution.The work on the tanker was done by the In-
    males under the direction of Fire Chief J. l>. York.
    The tanker will service the county and will remained housed at LWCI
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    Tanker Now In ServiceA

    After Inventory Clearance Sale
    new fire truck tanker holding
    5,000 gallons of water went into ser- unit.Mosley was accompanied to the In-
    vice Monday after being renovatedat spection Monday by Bradford Coun- r ';"" 'r'Io' -- 3IJR ''' I
    Lawtey Correctional Institution. ty Commission Chairman Maxie \' ,j { 1 DNtr 'I : ; 1 ONLYTraditional
    transformed old wreck ,;'t : {:'i : ; r .
    Inmates an Carter Jr., who said he couldn't fi {>,? I
    into a very useable vehicle, accor- believe how much better the unit 1rad tionai'Sa4 Sofa
    ding to Bradford County Commis looked after the work by the in- :
    sioner The Lawrence yellow 1968 Mosley.GMC truck was mates.York and inmates Jack Maguireand ; Reversible:seat;and back,,cushions,;'mint, green TJTO'print!_; Attached pillow back, dusty rose background with

    completely refurbished and paintedred Richard Conway answered hand !tied coil spring construction "' '.': ::$$ .*f'l' centered floral print on seat and back cushions
    for use in the county.The vehicleis questions about the work done on the .
    owned by the State Division of .. 'I ; "' IS $545
    Forestry and on loan to the county. unit.They said the lettering on the ''WasJl99.; :. ",'J..; ,". .' ;Closc,0ut49.* ; \ Reg. '745.00 Close-out
    The unit will be housed at LWCI truck was also done by an inmate at
    where two man crews will be on call24hours Lawtey. "
    a day and the unit will res- Lawtey Volunteer Fire Chief Bill I 1 ONLY >'. 'ltg' Mf!:.''ON < 'd 'H'
    pond to all county fire calls. Crouse was also present Monday as ', ,.,'. < Y" ,J ., '
    fire chief, Sofa with Matchihair : :! : .J (
    James York LWCI were several members of the LWCI : ; '*vA' ''*H(5ii( j\> : O ff O
    coordinated the work of the inmates.He staff. OEaryAmericanlWngB2ckoOlaCx! Chalr I
    said the tanker will be availablefor With the continuing upgrading of Reversible seat and back cushions, arm covers, : :;, I
    emergency use 24 hours a day. the fire service in Bradford County it fabric kick skirts |; : t''twieefyfabrfc,,attached polow'backhlck' I!
    The unit holds 5,000 gallons of is hoped we will help residents to heavy oatmeal tweed pleat '
    water and is capable of pumping 600 receive reduced insurance rates in ;preat.sklrtS. v 7t(' --,.' .: :i I:
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    Pot Growing Decreasing Bradford, Increasing!; In NationMarijuana I


    County seems growing to be on the in decrease Bradford -. said'the agency had not compiled its "The two most notable trends quality marijuana than in the past
    according to Sheriff o' ,. 1984 estimates on the U. S. consump emerging in 1984 are an increase in and paying higher prices for
    His department located Dolph less Reddish. ," tion. For 1983, he said, the DEA indoor marijuana growing and domestically grown marijuana."
    in more locations plants estimated that Americans used at personal-use growing," NORML
    would In-
    dicate T.M least 29.9 million pounds, only 3.2 said. "Marijuana consumers are
    more discreet
    "In Bradford it seems planting.marijuana .: percent of it domestically grown. smoking less, consuming better See Pot... page B
    is out and cocaine is in said consumptionat
    Red- 33 million pounds in 1983,with 10.5 g _... -_......... ..
    dish.During I.4. :,IiA million pounds cultivated in this \
    1984 in
    Bradford County l1 '
    there were 1,991 plants seized and country.Zeese said NORML now believesits i Glenda's
    destroyed, according to Investigator 1983 consumption estimate of 33 (
    Don Denton. These plants were in 24 million pounds was "inflated highly |il
    different locations with the majority because we relied on the DEA. ', & Calvin
    the locations
    in the western sec- DEA's overall figures were inaccurate <
    tion of the county. The Santa Fe "
    H said a revised 1983'(
    River area was the prime spot due to k. estimate would be no higher, and 0 SPECIAL
    Denton.easy access of irrigation, said probably less, than the 1984 estimate >
    of 20 million pounds. I II

    juana Authorities is a higher also quality report ,the which mari-is figures Neither on domestic side trusts production.the other's'. Perms ..... Reg. 35 ....' $2500
    also indicated in the national report. <.
    "Anything that NORML does is 9644090
    in 964.4151YOUR
    Merle Norman
    Americans harvested a record very self-serving," Swift said. ,j Bldg.
    $16.6 billion worth of marijuana last They have no basis for making these
    year, with increasing amounts estimates or guesses." L n_____ -

    grown basements in personal and'victory closets,gardens'in the Na- i CHILD WILL ALWAYS BE SPECIAL...

    Marijuana Laws claimed, accor-
    ding to an Associated Press release. .
    NORML, which advocates PORTRAIT SPECIAL!
    legalization of pot, estimated in its ( Starke 964-5451
    annual cultivation t --i ix -0
    report that about 8m
    25 percent of the 11 million pounds STARTS FRIDAY J ; ; w: .. 'A.
    grown domestically last year was : ". _
    produced indoors under plant lights. THE NEW KIDS LltIfl ;.- "oN" ; ;'1 .,
    While the number
    mercial of indoor com RATED:II : \.t ""....:.:a... '
    operations remained stableat ,. o
    the 1983 figure of 200,000, the SHOWTIMESFri.
    number of people growing their own 7:15: 9:15:
    marijuana indoors for personal use wM Sat. Sun. i
    5:15,7:15, 9:15 1 1n
    rose by one-third,reaching 4 million, 'lI.
    NORML said. Weeknights 7:45 -

    This represents about 13 percentof SCREEN 2
    the 30 million Americans that
    NORML says are regular users of FNI
    Jeff in
    marijuana, which it said continuedlast .4. Bridges
    year to be the nation's second

    most While valuable Florida crop does, after not corn.appear in t t 1' 'ai'r ht7L eta:! ) ,i'- 1 ;.1a i NOW 30 % OFF !

    the list of the top ten, speculation by '
    law enforcement officals indicatesthe .'1 20 STUDIO QUALITY
    state is becoming a leading *
    growing area. I' COLOR PORTRAITSTWO gQQ
    Last year the West was the leading
    growing area, producing $6.7 billion SHOWTIMESFri. 8x10 THREE 5x7 15 WALLET SIZE
    worth, NORML said. But the South Pot Growing Down in BC... 7:00: 9:10: 1
    using sophisticated growing techni- Harvesting marijuana is hot, dirty work, not relished by deputies but Sat. Sun. 5:00: 7:05: 9:10 $1.00 Deposit Balance$8 00. Poses our selection. Special effects poses
    ques, was close behind with $6.6 necessary when a patch is found. All seized marijuana must be destroyed Weeknights 7:30 extra. Limit: One package per subject. $1.00 each additional subject in
    billion. after evidence is taken. portrait. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. Satisfaction guaran
    Marijuana was estimated b:. Marijuana growing in Bradford County was down in 1984 but over the 301 DRIVE-IN teed. Satin-textured finish at no extra charge.AJkiJibotrt .
    NORML to be the most valuable United Stales marijuana growing appears to be on the increase according to (' : ;NrMsio5-blm' lonall' : ,:
    our Portrait*
    crop last year in 10 states; Alabama, a pro-pot group. Starke 964-7484
    California, Hawaii, Idaho, New Mex-
    ico, Oregon, South Carolina, Ten- --'---- --' ----LI>. Fri., Sat., Sun. rlitt l y 837 S. Walnut StreetFamily
    nessee, Virginia and West Virginia. Starke Auto Sales inc.
    NORML, said the top 10 Starke Florida
    marijuana-producing states were I Centers
    California, $2.5 billion; Hawaii, $1 We Finance Our Own ,MOUStMOHIINTIHNATIONJIL
    billion; Oregon, $850 million; Ken .
    Copy h' 1984.TG&Y Sio'.i Co H.aS
    tucky, $800 million; North Carolina, of Credit =
    $650 million Arkansas, $550 million Regardless
    ; ;
    Oklahoma, $550 million; Tennessee, i 4 DAYS ONLY! SAVE THIS AD!
    $525 million; Georgia, $500 million; NO INTEREST RATE0- PLUS
    and Washington, $500 million. Wed., Thurs., Fri., & Sat.

    NORML said the U.) S. marijuana in Cars & Trucks CONAN 16 17 18 & 19
    crop rose-in value last year by 20 Specialize January ,
    M percent over 1983 and for the.firs} ... THE DESTROYER 10.8
    if. time supplied more than half the-na ulion's 30'1 964-6832' I. Daily
    demand for the illegal South US Starke Showtime: 7:30:

    substance. The group said 20 million
    pounds were available from foreignand = n __ -

    The domestic U. S. Agriculture sources. Department '. 870 McMahon Street
    (Next to Pizza, Hut)
    estimates that the nation's corn crop [ F'4 I
    last year was worth $19.5 billion, 964-7434
    followed by hay at $11.5 billion and _nfl7f:I4rfl7 Man-FiI 10-6 Sat 8-1 ,
    soybeans at $11.3 billion. Last year, ? 1
    the House Select Committee on Nar- SPORTING GOODS & APPARELS i 191EI
    cotics Abuse and Control said the an-
    nual U. S. pot crop could be worth w/Pockets NOUN
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    from $10 billion to $50 billion. Beefy Long
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    NORML based its figures and fin- Reg. 9.95 . . . . . . . NOW PREfAf
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    suppliers and law enforcement Transfers. Over 40 different designs in stock.
    estimates and seizure reports, according \ I eO
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    director. Long & Short Sleeves Priced to go at 800

    Ted Swift, a spokesman for the
    Drug Enforcement Administration,
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    1: Clark Speaks to Bradford Rotarians.- on_Drug.. Investigations,. ." j

    Rotarians were brought up to dateon originally set and also with bond defendant, usually bond is not Clark.In agency who made the case and what -H
    the recent drug investigation in after reduced, said Clark. An at- changed,but the defendant, if he has answer to confiscated property kind of property. The property can $
    Bradford County during a presentation tempt to explain.the bond processsince no attorney, will be appointed an attorney ,being used by the county, Clark said be used by the division of govern- V'
    last week by Investigator Wiley most people do not understand by the court.It real property deemed used in illegal ment who secured it or it canoe sold fat ;\.
    Clark of the State Attorney's Office. b7 }, the process,Clark took the members is up to the attorney representing narcotic tranactions is legally aution and the money can be used :,
    In the Spring of 1983 a represen- step by step through the entire pro.: the defendant to request a bond forfeitable to the county, city or by law enforcement or can go Into >.?
    tative of the Bradford Sheriff's Of- ; cess. reduction hearing. At this hearing state government depending on the the general fund.Where .
    fice and State Attorney's Office met ktk both sides may put on evidence to
    with Florida Department of Law En- The investigative agency takes convince the Judge and with rare exceptions ,
    I forcement officers requesting, by evidence to the state attorney's office the bond is reduced. -'
    prior arrangement, assistance for a the office !'takes sworn Since the community seems to be moreAmericans
    j drug investigation in. Bradford Coun- testimony and issueS an information,, interested in the alledged drug traf-
    which goes to the court clerk and the fic and the use of the drug,Clark explained -
    ty.According to Clark this was not clerk issues a capias. The assistant a little about cocaine.Accor- finda
    the first request for assistance. Dur- state attorney makes an appointment ding to Clark cocaine becomes a
    ing prior years efforts to curtail with a judge with his witnesses habit more than an addition. Coca is
    drug traffic in Bradford County was (usually law enforcement), at this grown in the mountains' of South bigger refund
    very unsuccessful in that the countyis i time the defendant is not involved America where leaves are first processed
    small and everyone knows what is ,, ) since there has been no arrest. The to make cocaine base, whichis -
    going on but is reluctant to talk to t 'T judge, on the, basis of sworn not usable In this form since it will
    authorities.I testimony,the type,seriousness the not dissolve in the body. (However
    quality of the case, the defendant's smoking the 'base' is getting to be
    FDLE!: has the money, manpowerand criminal record and law enforce-? popular. The base is processed by
    the willingness to do an indeth i ment's guess as to weather the dissolving it In a container of ether
    drug investigation, said Clark. ''It defendant will answer his court appearance then by adding hydrocloric acid you H&R BLOCit'We
    requires money to make cases.Up to Wiley Clark and the defendant's ties to can draw off. the cocaine and dry it can't
    the time of the recent arrests,the investigation the community; the judge will also for use). this but In promise recent everyone of
    cost FDLE $73,000 and travel time not counting airplane make his decision on what he has Clark said one ounce of coke is .Found Tracey Daniel customers who a got refunds.survey 3
    Bradford County Sheriff's Office time. heard as to the amount of bond to be bought for around $1,800 and can be out of 4 believe they got
    $4,000. Well over $100,000 will be In response to many questions set. The defendant will then be arrested sold for $100 pergram, uncut, or $I 513 refunds than If they did heir
    spent by the time the defendants are concerning the recent investigation, by the sheriff and brought to $2,800. There is money in drug traffic own taxes. 3 out of 41
    brought to trial, said Clark. In addition the arrests and confinement of the his first appearance.At but it is an expensive habit.Thereare
    the recent operation required individuals, the state attorney has a first appearance the judge people in Bradford County, by
    2,800 man hours and 32,242 miles been comfortable with the bonds as has the opportunity to inquire of the their own admission, that have a What can we find for you?
    $300 a day habit. Most people cannot
    support that habit for long and thatis
    I: Bradford Traffic Criminal CourtThere where the crime comes in, in Keystone Hgts. Starke
    order to get the money they resort to
    .- .. selling or stealing. With a $100 a day Lawrence: Blvd. 473-3646 964 N. Temple 964-8286
    were 94 defendants scheduled munity work,Salvation Army super license and pay $25 cost. habit person cannot function in a
    to appear before Judge George H. vision, attend DWI school. John Samuel Messer no valid job, so they have to resort to crime,
    Pierce in Bradford County Traffic- Leroy King driving while Intoxicated driver license, present license and said Clark.
    Criminal Court January 7. The fined$334, license suspendedsix pay $25 or pay $59.25 fine. The purpose of making more than CLOTHES LINE
    following individuals received final months, attend DWI school. Oneil Bass driving while license one case in a narcotics investigationis
    disposition: Salvation Army supervision 50 suspended or revoked, produce to attempt to pursade the defendant -
    Gregory Harris Combs driving hours community work. license and pay$25: cost or pay$59.25 to pled guilty (to save the coun- CONSIGNMENT SHOPIn
    while license suspended or revoked, King unlawful speed, fined $39, ty the cost of a trial) and secondly if
    pay $35 cost.Pernell Paul Richard McKinley driving fine.Ray Thomas Bell failed to im- the individual does go to trial and I Rear of 777 Shoe Store

    Wade Williams driving while license suspended or revoked mediately report accident, pay $25 money is spent on a judge jurors NOW TAKING CONSIGNMENTS ON.....
    while intoxicated, fined $334, license fined $59.25. court officials there is a much,
    suspended six months, attend driving McKinley careless driving, fined cost.Marklee John Harris wilful- much greater chance of convictionon Clothes, Furniture, Appliances, JewelryAll
    while intoxicated school (DWI, wanton reckless driving, fined one of the charges, said Clark.In .
    50 hours community work. Salvation $39.McKinley unlawful speed, fined $85.50. general, law enforcement agen- must be in excellent conditionWe
    Army supervision. Steven Dinkelo improper driverlicense cies do not expect a conviction of in-
    Wiliams improper tag, $15 cost. $64.Jerry Donald Smith no valid produced valid license, dividuals in every case, after all no will buy or sell gold and Precious Stones
    Zurny Mack Ford driving while in- driver license, pay $25 cost. dismissed, pay $10 cost. one is guilty until a jury finds him so STARKE 964.4550 FLORiDA
    toxicated, fined $334, license George Washington Hugh Dorsey Corley no valid or he pleads guilty in court, said
    suspended six months, attend DWI while license suspended or revoke driver license, dismissed.
    school, 50 hours community work, fined $59.25.Early Willard Palmer Smith,
    Salvation Army supervision. improper tag, $25 cost. while license suspended or revoke
    Ford unlawful speed, fined $117. Phillip Allen Taylor no valid pay $25 cost.Danny .
    Joyce Marion Bevins driving driver license, pay $10 cost. Ray Stevens no valid
    .'while intoxicated, fined $334, license Melvin W. Henley no valid driver driver license, court probation six J1gt d %
    suspended six months, 50 hours com- license, pay fine $59.25 or produce months, violate no laws. I ,

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    5 MisdemeanorCases Starke, FL 32091 '

    Florida National Banks (Florida, John D. Uible, Chairman and .
    Inc. has announced that discussions Chief Executive Officer of Florida ((904) 964-4210
    I. are underway with Owens-Illinois, National said, "the sale of Alliance HeardIn
    Inc., Toledo, Ohio, regarding a Mortgage Company, if consum-
    possible transaction in which Owen- mated, would provide Florida Na-
    Illinois would acquire Alliance Mor- tional with increased capital to sup- Bradford Court
    tgage Company a subsidiary. of port expansion of our traditional fH .d wi.h.:l,.,,?.. i -t 'j, -t.., j,,,,.A.,Stress, Management lass will be offered by the Bradford Hospital
    Florida.National, banking activities in the State of Five cases'were handled in Bradford '
    Center fr Health .The
    slid Fitness starting Thursday; January 17V f.Cp.fh,
    The transaction subject to ex-' Florida. We would maintain a close County Misdemenaor Court ;: ? :
    ecution of a definitive" agreement working arrangement with Alliance January 7. The following individuals part class will focus"on learning to control stress through time manage-
    between the parties, as well as ap- Mortgage Company in order for appeared before Judge George H.
    proval by the boards of directors of them to continue to provide mor- Pierce. ment, lifestyle change, assertiveness training, and relaxation practice.The .
    both companies and review by the tgage services to our banking Eddy F. Norman taking anterless
    Federal! Trade Commission. customers." deer, fined $176.59 plus$250 replace
    Owens-Illinois is one of the world's ment for deer. License forfeited for class will meet at the Bradford Hospital Library Thursday even-
    Alliance Mortgage Company, leading manufacturers of packaging year of 1985.Patrick .
    which was acquired by Florida National materials, with 1983 sales of $3.4 Earnie Southerland ings from 7 to 9 p.m. on January 17, 24, and 31 and February 7. Instructorwill
    in 1982, originates and ser- billion.The company has been diver- disorderly intoxication, six months biofeedback
    be Steele Director of the Center and certified
    vices residential and commercial sifying aggressively into health care court probation,pay$35: cost,violateno Lynda ,
    mortgages.'It currently has a mor- products and services and has laws. technician and Kim Swaim exercise specialist at the Center.
    tgage servicing portfolio of about targeted specialized financial ser- Kenneth R. Dewitt consuming ,
    $5.2 billion. Alliance Mortgage has vices as an area of strategic growth. alcohol in public pay $25 cost.
    42 offices in 10 states, is one of the 20 Florida National is a statewide Kim Norris consuming alcohol in CE.U.
    fee is for the class $30 at the door or for
    largest such companies in the nation banking organization with $4.8 public pay $25 cost. Preregistration $25 ;
    and is the largest in Florida. billitn in assets and 153 locations. William J. Goodge consuming credit. For more information about the class, call the Center at 964-4210.
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    Buy One

    Get theSecond

    I fames L. Tomlinson

    t4 FREESale

    Starke Attorney :_

    prices good thru
    Appointed to STERLING

    February 1, 1985

    Alachua Judgeship

    Gov. Bob Graham announced "

    January 11 the appointment of A. .!. l

    James L. Tomlinson, a Starke at-
    torney and former partner with the AMPAD
    Gainesville law firm of Scruggs &
    Carmichael, as a county judge for LIST SALE
    Alachua County. NUMBER EACH PRICE
    Tomlinson, 54, who '-
    accepted the$56,544ayear :
    282-9 369 2.87
    appointment late MARKER1.
    Thursday, initially will serve as one
    of the county's two traffic judges. LIST SALE

    The vacancy was created when NUMBER DESCRIPTION EACH PRICE
    Stephan P. Mickle was promoted to LIST SALE
    circuit: judge in the 8th Judicial Cir- NUMBER DESCRIPTION EACH PRICE 1000/Senes/ .99 .70

    cuit last October. Tomlinson's seat 27-800 14'Ax11 1 Comp. Paper, 1500/Series/ 1.25 .90
    2900/Series Expresso Mad Point .79 .81
    is for elation in *
    up 1986. '/ Green Bar 6050 49.75
    A Korean War veteran withover 20years' 27-820 9'/ x11 1 Compo Paper 2901/Series Expresso Flna Point .79 81 LIQUID PAPER1

    experience as a trial attorney I Blank 38.95 32.07 UQUIB
    Tomlinson won the appointment
    over two younger candidatessubmitted
    for the governor's con- L
    sideraton. Both candidates ar..r w.. Item No.23-020 ,M
    assistant state attorneys. David A. Carbon Paperlt

    Giant, 35, in the Starke office and
    John W. Stephenson, 34, in the main -J 91f
    Gainesville office.Tomlinson PAPER mISTBR B
    : s
    opened a law office in" llOUm
    Starke in 1982 but continues to live in : & rarisr
    Gainesville. He will be in his Starke iL R -_ t I lustior
    office until next Wednesday.As .. . -- %,i copies -
    one of Alachua County's four \ ?1 -. I \\I\'!!! \IIi'
    judges Tomlinson's duties will include ;- r LIST SALE -/aewwia.e.ill.eexe..
    traffic court, misdemeanors, S.I NUMBER DESCRIPTION EACH PRICE L "' Y",.....".
    landlord-tenant disputes and civil 1iIJ.-
    --- 737 Compact Desk Stapler 9.95 8.12CORRECTION FLUID
    ::: .
    matters les -
    involving that $5,000. =: : 767 Ultimate Desk Stapler 1995 16.27 r

    .m No. 23021Carbonl -- I.1-- -. 5000 Electronic Stapler 64.95 52.90 LIST SALE J
    *** PprWHILEYOUWEREOUT --- SF3-5M Standard Staples 5,000/Bx 3.45 2.25 NUMBER DESCRIPTION EACH PRICE r'-
    Bradford Commodity SF4.5M Standard Staples 5,000/Bx/ 3.45 2.25
    BOOKS 564-01 Correction Fluid 1.39 1.10
    S6X-57X-01 All Colors 1.49 1.18
    Distribution Dates 575-01 Mistake. Out 1.39 1.10 LIQUID
    LIST SALE 710-01 Just For Copies 1.49 1.18 PAPER
    NUMBER DESCRIPTION EACH PRICE Pen 8 I InkCorrection 1.49 1.18
    IIa ..... .... .' j,7.47-01 | .
    ) ..
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    Janiiary71. 439 I. Filrrt"
    SetFo : 23-O2O "WYWOBoOk1932'. r oo. '''I'1''f.'ltI VI"s. n" 'Yo' ePO s 194-01 I ( "
    I r* > '23-021 WYWO Book NCR 7.22 5.75. "

    Cheese, butter flour and milk will 23-000 WYWO Pads I 36_ ..:.24. __

    be distributed at this time of the
    ._ _. .
    River ----
    month through the Suwannee ---
    Economic Council, Inc., providing \\1- =: '
    income guidelines are met. I ,-J-'.. Terex $
    Schedule of Distribution is as '- ..=.-:. ': .:.. :
    follows: :'_. WASTEBASKETS
    Thursday, Jan. 24: Old RJE : : .=:=;'

    School Bldg., 10:30: a.m.-4 p.m. -- -= G
    Friday, Jan. 25: Old RJE School .' -. -
    Bldg., 9 a.m.-l:30 p.m.
    Monday Jan. 28: Lawtey Recrea- t.
    tion Center, 10 a.m.-3:30: p.m. I RDHEAD 1l1: :. .

    Tuesday, Jan. 29: Hampton City "Ir' 1111iillli!
    Hall, 10 a.m.-3:30: p.m. LEGAL >>ADS === IRL

    Wednesday, Jan. 30: Brooker City ---_ -" LIST SALE IIIARJ! FLAIR!
    Hall, 10 a.m.-3:30: p.m. L.t- NUMBER DIMENSIONS EACH PRICE

    Wednesday, Jan. 30: Speedville: :'f.- .- -- ----- 405 12x8x12 3.30 2.40 POINT-GUARD
    Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, 10 LIST SALE
    a.m.-3:30: p.m NUMBER SIZE I COLOR EACH PRICE 415 410 16x11x20 15x11x15 4.75 6.95 3.48 5.07 :: '-=:j"1'1/ ;;; ,'.-...:.

    All clients will be recertified on 20-204 5x8 Canary .64 .44
    the same date as commodities are 1.10 .73
    20-220 8'1x11'Canary FLAIR
    Issued. Please bring your USDA 8'12X14 Canary 1.23 .82
    commodity card, and proof of in- 20-230 20.320 8'1x11'White 1.10 .73 -. W LIST SALE
    come: Food Stamp Letter, Medicaid 20-330 8'1zx14 White 1.23 .82 ;' NUMBER COLOR EACH PRICEy
    card, SSI or Self-Declaration. h ,
    Suwannee River Economic Coun- 841-01 Blue
    cil, Inc. is using the first day of LETTER PADS 842-01 Red
    each month for 843-01 BlackGreen
    and those 21-218 8'1zx11 Canary .92 .80 : 844-01 .93 .83
    physically handicapped,
    INNOVATIVE CONCEPTS 845-01 1 Purple
    over 60 years of age, who meet the
    income guidelines. This day is to 848-01 Brown
    help those who cannot stand for long I 859-01 Orange
    periods of time. No one will be serv- FLIP 'N' FILE/DISK STORAGE
    ed on Thursday except over 60 and ? --=t --t-- ....-. _
    handicapped. If you are not han- LIST SALE ,
    dicapped or over 60, please wait for
    the regular distribution date. I
    Persons eligible to receive USDA ::! 008-13-025 Flip 'N' File/10 4 95 4.20 LIST SALE
    033-13-135 Flip'N' Flle/15 9.95 8.44
    commodities must meet the follow /5 NUMBER COLOR EACH PRICE
    ing criteria and provide documentation 034-13-137 Flip'N1 File/25 1995 16.90 _
    for food ACCCHIDt 035-13-139 Flip'N' File/50 29.95 25.37 881-01 Blue
    current eligibility
    Red .98 .83
    16.90 882-01
    005-13-079 1995
    stamps (Letter of Decision); or cur RING BINDERS MinlFllp'N'FIIe
    rent recipients of AFDC, Medicaid 008-13-086 Max! Flip 'N' File 39.95 33.84 884-01 883-01 Green Black

    (Medicaid Card); SSI or self-
    declaration of need based on incomeup LIST SALE
    to 130% of the Federal Income NUMBER DESCRIPTION CAPACITY EACH PRICE

    level Guidelines adjusted for 38600 to 38609 Presstex 11x8'a" 3.46 2.79 C' _::;- ULTRA FINE. I it
    household size (requires amount of 38610 to 38619 Presstex 11x8'/a 1" 3.46 2.79
    the household income and signature 39700 to 39709 Accohlde 11x8V4AccohldaUxSVa 'I," 362 2.89
    confirming this statement on ap- 39710 to 39719 r 3.88 3.12 STABII.O BOSS ULTRA FINE FLAIR


    Yellow 831-01 Blue
    Graham Man ArrestedFor 1 Dozen Papermate 70-31-10 Blue 832-01 Red .98 .83
    7W3-10 Green 1.59 ,
    Growing PotA 7(><0.0 Fled -- '- 834-01 Green

    Bradford County Stick Pens 70-54-10 Orange
    man was arrested Jan 14 on a capiasfor 70..-'0.... : !!!!! Alp...._, J

    growing marijuana.
    David K. Griffis of Graham was 931-01 STABILO BOSS 2 r _.... ....., ..... "
    charged with manufacturr of a controlled
    substance posses- LIST SALE
    sion of more than 20 grams of mari 'Free NUMBER COLOR EACH PRICE

    juana and possession of drug .. 170-24 Yellow STICK PENS
    paraphernalia, according to Lt: ; 170-31 Blue 1.99 1.47
    John Dempsey.A THE 170-33 Green LIST SALE
    with each
    Issued for Griffis OFFICE 170-54 Orange. o BLUE REb BLACK GREEN POINT EACH PRICE :.L
    was -
    capias l "
    after a marijuana field was order STABILO BOSS WALLET SET 931-01 932-01 933-01 93401 Medium .35 .19 .
    discovered in the Graham area off i ,, LIST SALE I I 936-01 937-01 938-01 Fine ..45,24 ,
    I Ex. Fine .79. .46 "
    SR-18 last October 3,according to In- NUMBER I EACH PRICE 911-OT 912-01 913-01
    vestigator' David Aderholt. A 1977 1& called in. '- -'
    Ford pickup which was parked in the'field 96'4.5564 ; 7014 'Mt a ..I 6.36 4.67 II .

    was confiscated. Aderholt said Stork.Flo. FreelDoz. __ --..- .,
    marijuana was found in the cab of r f f. .1 r .N -
    the truck and in the bed, along with o '4 931-01 with Each $25.00 order called in.

    fertilizer, a watering( tank, hoses, ; p 1 F .. .
    buckets and polling soil. .
    for the charges was set .at

    $3,000. ,

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    SATURDAY JAN. 19 Crlflli Loop. 100A
    Claud Morgan. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. tlpd home. 1-468-1323. 11/08 tfn 3000. $300 down $75 per mo. Call Now Open Now accepting con should be submitted
    I 1/17 THREI BEDROOMS, IVi BATHS Brick 9645606. 10/4 tfn signments. Must be In excellent condition to the Bradford c/jrtdiilear
    i 323 N. CHERRY STREETS Saturday 10 100'xlOO' lot. Carport c.ntral..at/alr. OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and Call 964-4515, ask for' Helen. County Telegraph office -
    a.m. ill 2 p.m. Garage Sal.. Itpd 1/17 Price 39500. Call 9645629. No calls dry wooded lots, suitable for mobile 12/27 tfn In writing and :V

    CARS & TRUCKS after 3 p.m., please. 1/17 2tpd 1/24 home cabin or camping. $4950 ea. MUST SELL HOSPITAL BEDS $100 each paid in advance : REALT
    LARGE BLOCK HOUSE IN STARKE: w/$150 dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. huntingand Good condition. Phone 9645213. 1/10 unless credit I I. ? ,
    $22.000 spent on remodeling. Owner fishing. Owner. ((904)) 236-4579 or ffn already establishedwith
    '.3 LINCOLN 4-door Slgnatur series, .financed Total price $39,900.Will consider 6299649. b2/067tchg 1/17 FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED We this office. .'''1 '
    like nw. $16,800. Loan value $16,000. bore land as down payment LOTS ft ACREAGE: 20 percent down strive to give better prices and tervlce. THE TELEGRAPH PHONE 964-7776
    4732214. 11/01 tfn 964.6020.10 4tchg 1/31 balance in five year, financing by We sell and rent tank and furnish STAFF CANNOT BEHELD 205
    73 MUSTANG lit 4 cylinder 4 peed. MODEL HOME SALE: Keystone Heightsarea owners, 9646853. 12/13 tfn. cylinder We solicit customer who RESPONSIBLE N. Temple, StarkeWe .
    Runt great, $$1200.964-8503. tfn.' features lake access, 1 acre lot ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. own their tank. Open Monday thru FOR MISTAKES IN
    1982 JEEP CHEROKEE Lorar'o packag.. fireplace, cathedral ceilings, insulated $3,500. $350 dn.. $70 per mo. Call Friday 6:445 to 6:30. Saturday 8:45 to CLASSIFIEDS WHEN *
    Excellent condition $9600 call) AD IS TAKEN OVER have many other Using in reslden-
    windows, R-19 wall and R-22 ceiling Insulation 9645606. 1/03 tfn 3:00. 259.6810.103tchg 1/24
    4732214. 12/13 tfn range refrigerator heat ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY THE TELEPHONE. tlal, lots, acreage, & commercial Please
    1974 FORD Dump Truck, for sol., pump AC system upgrade carpet and ROAD $3,500. $350 dn.. $70 per mo. WANTEDAXLES Classified deadline Is call os and let us help you with your real
    533.2..7.. 1/03 tfn TUESDAY NOON,
    vinyl. Only $405 per mo. Includes 1 Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn
    956 CHEV. TRUCKS running condition. acre lot with all above features and 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C-227)) prior to Thursday estate needs.

    Will trade for motorcycle, 650 CC or more Must see to believe Call Ernie $3,500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call ft TIRES: Two axles and four tlr.s.Hlghe.t publication. VERY BEST LOCATION: 3 BR, 2 BA. Brick House
    above, 964-4604.12/27 tfn chg Summerlin for detail. 1-800-222-5253. 964-5606. 1/03 tfn paid. Greens Welding Minimum charge isIS
    Beautiful I CH&A Move refrlg., ceiling fans, !'/ ae.landsc. .
    1984 TOYOTA TRUCK SR-3 four wheel 1/10 tfn 10 ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROADS $1,995per Shop, 301 South Starke, FL. 9645007. words for $2.75, .. metal shed.
    drlv.. cob, low excellent then 10 cents for each gr. strg
    king milag
    LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models to ac. $1,500 dn., $250 per mo. Call 11/03 tfnchg 301 MOTELs 16 furnished
    rooms plus.paclou.llvlng .
    condition loaded. $500 equity and choose from. Send for FREE 9645606. 1/03 tfnMOBILE WANT TO BUY TIMBER: Pulpwood or word thereafter. .
    quarter 376' on Hwy 301. Own. fin.
    t assume payments. $320 per mo. BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES logs. Cypress, hardwood or pine. Call
    9646238. 1/102tchg 1/17 Rout One Box 84-CF Moss Tennessee HOMES 96 .8309 or 964.5981 12/27'4tch9 1/17 FORMERLY MAJIK MARKET Across from High-
    1959 SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER: 19 foot. 38575 ((615)) 258.3648.1/17 fcan FEMALE ROOMMATE: Call after 6 p.m. School. 301 frontage. Call for details.
    9646238. 1/102tchg 1/17 ON KINGSLEY LAKE: By Owner. Extra FOR SALE 9644455. ItpJ 1/10 SUSAN'S BACK I BROWNLEE ROAO-36.43 AC Of prime property.
    84 FORD RANGER: 4x4; V-6, PS, PB. AC large bath house. Terms available. Call WANTED TO RENT: Responsible couple Champion*Travel Agy. Owner financing.
    Auto. transmission, tinted windows, ((813)) 749-1801 ask for Richard. 1/17 SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER Hwy. with 2 mo. old child seeking house In To Open Dec. IS COUNTRY CLUB10.93 ACRES from Flume Rd. to
    AM/FM radio .4-gauge package, 6.000 tfn 301 N. Starke. Come see Dee Ramon country setting. Preferably Bradford or 838 N. Temple Ave. Country Club. For beautiful residence or development
    miles. Take ov.r leas payment of 3 BR WOOD FRAME HOME: 4 lots by for the bargain 964-....,.. or 9644778. surrounding county. Attractive older
    $220.50 per mo. or pay off $10,000. school In Brooker. Will finance. Call 4/26 tfnMOBILE home with character impeccable ONLY $31.000: Saratoga Heights. 1331 Standing St.
    7823613. 1/10 2tpd 117IS 4851028. Itchg 1/17 HOME FOR SALE Keystone credit and personal references sup 204 W. ADKINS Nice older home. Well-
    IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR $44 TWO BEDROOM HOME by owner. Very Heights. 2 BR across from Lake plied. Phone 9648198. Wayne Wllsle. maintained. Approx. 1660 sq. ft. CHSA. 3 BR, 2 BA
    through the U.S. Government?G.t the neat. 708 W. Call St. 964.4560 1/17 Geneva. $89.00 per month $100 down. Itchg '1/17 with furnished apartment.FOR .
    facts todayl! Call 1-312-742-1142 Ext. 2tpd 124TRANQUILITYi Must remain on lot for five years. NEEDED Top soil, fill dirt and sand. Will M>ile LEASE LUXURIOUS BRICK HOME: 3 BR, 3 BA.
    609. 1/17 EOW 2/21 Fishing and comfort. lake 4737560. Bill. 9/27 tfn purchase land or pay for soil removal Enormous great room with fireplace.
    76 VW RABBIT $500. Call 496.3490 of t.r Sampson horn. 1900 sq. ft. Cathedral KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: 2 bedroom unit rights. Call 964-8877 or 964-6517. 1/10 Company BRICK HOME RD. 230:3 BR, 2 BA. 100x300 lot. Fence
    5 p.m Itpd 1/17 ceilings with fans. Jenn-AIr fireplace. $150 mo., furnished. Purchase option.Bill 2tpd 117WANTED Licensed ft Insured ed backyard. Priced to sell. $49,000.

    197 after MONTE 5 CARLO 1/17$650. Call 496-3490 Cedar decking. 400 ft. dock large !, 4737560. .. __ _. .. TO BUY Tools old or new. Free Estimates 1330 SEARING STREET: 3 BR, I'/. BA Approx. 1700
    p.m. Itpd garage and workshop. 98000. KEYSTONHEIGHTS: 2 bedroom unit, Carpenter or mechanics hand tools or Ceramic Tile *q. ft. Owner will lease.
    1984 loaded
    9646225. 1/17 4tchg 2/07 $50 down. Payments of $59 or $99 power. Ph. 468.1551.10 4tpd 1/31 SWIMMING POOL 4 BR, 2 BA. Road.
    maculate. Excellent condition. Silver New Morgan ,
    4 BR HOME ON LARGE FENCED CITY LOT month. In call 473-7560. 12/27 or
    park, $62.500.
    blue. Take over payments. 764-7076, Newly carpeted and painted, needsowner Remodeled30Yrs.
    Itchg 1/17 3/7 iltpd12x60 SERVICESSEWING ,NOBODY DOES IT BETTER: We are proud to offer
    and TLC $31,000. Will finance
    MOBILE HOME: 2 BR. 1 BA. AC. Experience\ luxurious home
    67 VOLVO $1495. Classic. Good condo with $10,000 down. Call 372-7734. Bobor across from Starke CC.
    Radial tires, new upholstery. 7823861. Jessie. I/17 tfn 964.4763 or 782-3437.MOBILE HOME 103tchg 2 canal 1/24 MACHINES REPAIRED: All 964-8333 REAL ESTATE INVESTORS We have listed 7 excellent I I
    1/172tpd 1/24 3 BR, :2 FULL BATHS with carport custom : Will makes cleaned, oiled and adjusted, rentals! 5 duplexes and 2 homes All are I
    1970 DODGE DARTS Needs front end built for you on our one acre lot. $4495 consider lots. Owner bare financing.land as down$37,900.payment.Coll $15. Used sewing machine for sale. rented and have positive cash flow. !
    work otherwise, good condition. $300. down and $433 month PSI. We pay all 964.6020.ltcha 1/17 James Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SIEZES THE MOMENT
    Itchg 1/17 closing cost Call Florida Woodlawn and Hwy. 16 Starke. 9648733. 1/03Ifn : 'Pinesong"-37 bldg. lots w/paved roads. Ap
    1979 FAIRMONT SQUIRE Station Wagon. Homes. 1/17 2tchg 1/24 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free prox. 600' from city limits. Except terms.
    $1600. Call 5332116. 1/17 2tchg 1/24 estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. FOR LEASE oSO CHIC SO $38,500ln country. 3 BR, '/
    1978 MERCURY MARQUISe Two-door, ..Arrrrrrrrtrerrty.... RENTLEASEFOR Owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559. 3/29 '4800.Sq. Ft. BA. CHSA. Fireplace deck patio on 1 Ac.
    good condition. $1450. See at Tatum's : THIS WON'T LAST I J tfn Bldg.On Prime SECLUDED CHARMING: Unique hldeway, only 6

    Sawmill. 782.3690.17 2tchg 1/24 New 60x14 2 BR/2 BA : SALE LEASE OR TRADE: 7500 Sq. Ft. MACHINE QUILTING: Crib to King size 301 Hwy Frontage yrs. old. 2-story. 5 BR, 3'/ BA. CHSA. Sep. office In
    1980 CHEVY DUALIE PICKUP Crew Cab. *
    Also have quilts for sale. Assorted Call 964.6020
    Assumable low Interest 4.J 2-story masonry building at corner of city On 7 Ac. Reduced. $89,900.
    Loaded, 26,000 miles. 9647457. Itpd
    1/17 Loan W/No Down Pmt. : East Call & Thompson St. One block sizes and designs. Betty Hildebrand, HAMPTON LAKE: Redwood & brick 3 BR, 2 BA.
    31' AVION TRAVEL TRAILER Excellent + To Qualified Buyer from City Hall. Make an offer ((904)) 964-8122. 6/21 tfnchg Fireplace scrn'd porch. 75' on lake.
    condition. 9647457. Itpd 1/17 :.wurnl.h.d. stereo, G.T. Paddle fan : 3566849. Clyde W. Simpson 1119 THAT'S WANT YOUR TO DRINK BUSINESS? Shop & Compare! TERMS OF 12% POSSIBLE: 16 Ac. Clear. w/approx.
    1910 PINTO: Needs torn motor work. Iulh. .. Barnett Bank Building, Jacksonville FL 700' on Hwy 301 S. Inc. 2 deep wells :3 septic tanks, 2
    Asking $1500 or best olfer. Call } Delivered I Set-Up t. 32202. 10/25 tfn SIX"| Insurance fur MH Butler Bldg. Stocked pond & creek.
    964-6943 after 6 p.m. Itpd 1/17 5 $216.31 Mo. : 'COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS FOR RENT: US Alcoholics Anonymous96441SO96468949445434 :Mobile Home Parks COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DELUXE 215' HWY 301

    1976 FORD TRUCK Long wheel base, Call Brad 473.7237 : 301 South near Steak House. Completion nAil I h|p4>S of home- Bldg. approx. (1800 *q. ft. in heart of,Starke. Only
    auto transmission, PSA. PB. 3O2'V-8 : date expected Feb. 1985. .troll owners policies' '''for '$67,500. ... I
    ,. .. .
    A************************* 964-8944 days.,12/20 tfn pd thru 8/16 ylll '''Yil\tv .oJ.MAICIA 4 .IY "
    engmi.l75.<782-3110. Itchg 1/17 COMMERCIAL OR PROFESSIONAL> WE DO ALL.TYPES OF HOME.REPAIRS: noble homes SP.A3rJfi>"Kl,THE BEACffclakeBrooklyn., I
    1945 FORD PICKUP 352 engine, $600. and Over 100' on water by 393' deep with small
    Call 9648979. Itchg 1/17 BUSINESS BUILDING FOR RENT: US 301 South. Roofing, gutters, painting some Call for Quote $27,000. cottage. i
    electrical and plumbing. Call Charlesfor
    1981 FORD ESCORT GLX WAGON: Auto, OPPORTUNITIESOPEN 9648076.10 Next to Norman'tfn Market. Call free estimate. ((904)) 7823332. Olin's Mobile 015 ACRES: Only $35,000. 10 Ac. Imp. pasture 5 Ac.
    air PS, cruise control AM/FM 8-track 11/22 tfn Incl. lake w/flsh.

    stereo reclining seats, luggage rack WANT A CLEAN HOUSE FOR THE Home Sales ROOM TO ROAM:2565 sq. ft. home on 3V Ac. with
    and more body engine and Interior In YOUR OWN highly profitable LOSTFOUNDFOUND HOLIDAYS? Flat rate $20 $35. Have Elaine M. 3 BR, 3 BA. $105,000.
    children's shop. Baby to All Olin Agent
    $3495. 964-4979. pre-teen.
    great Itpd
    II first merchandise. references, will travel. Faye 496-2980 ARE YOU IMAGINATIVE? A farm house w/approx.
    I 1/17 quality Nationally GERMAN SHEPHERD PUP Call 12/06 tinWILLING 964.5606 49 Ac. on Hwy. 229. $99,000 with
    .r 1980 CHEVY VAN: ((6)) AT. PS, PB. $1800. known brands HealthTex, Buster assum. mtg.
    4:30thru Itchg 1/17 TO DO HOUSECLEANING Call
    Call 468-1853. Itpd 11'7BOATS Brown Her Majesty Lee Levi), Chic, 964.8781 evening. INVEST NOWiCommerciol: Oak Plaza on Hwy 301
    Jordoche Doe Spun and FOUND SET OF KEYS in front of Christian 9648787.10 2tpd 1/17 just South of City Limits. 13 lots avail.
    Furnilure-accessorles-ond many toys more.by Church. White tab with safety pin WILL BABYSIT IN OUR HOME: One mile, Steve Broadway GOOD FINANCING: 15 acres. Hampton.
    on ring. Pick at Bradford Telegraph, 125 west of Lawtey. For information
    Gerber and Nod-A Way $7,900 to up TREE * *
    call 7823525. Itchq 1/17 SERVICE
    Includes 135 W. Call St. 1/174tpd IVININGS
    $16,900 beginning Inventory .
    14 FT. BASS BOAT,TRAILER: with 2.5 hp training, fixtures and Grand Opening Removal TAVERN JOHNCMINSSU1111TOMMY OUTLAW fi4' S47S SILL DODO, M4-74M i
    Johnson motor and electric trolling promotion. Prestige Fashions, ((501)) AsIN: ears. Handi! House Trimming CHASTAIN'M'.43lt MAXINI. 4SS-14S7 I j
    motor. Like new $2,000. Call 964-6943 3298327. Itpd 1/17 NaVIS WARD'''.7.'' WAYNI DOUGLAS 1S4-SSM
    after 6 p.m. llpd 1/17 Portable Buildings Stump Removal DAVID DODCI fM-U70

    Subscribe I U.S.301S0uth96H020 rireuood

    CURLES CYCLES !Free KstimnU( -- ,

    Jack Ltvurtnaa & Aiulututee ante Lake Call Butler Vlekl' : a 7 Different Styles 473.4732 Plumbing Supplies !

    After 5 P.M.
    496-2261 25 Different Colors From :
    Keystone Heights ,!
    Realtor/Builder 473-7060 Keystone HgtJ.

    473-2210 v onus s Licensed & Insured Durrance I

    Large variety of Lots and Acreage in the hill region of Bradford Starke: CARLSON '
    Call/Montez Pump
    County. A few Duplex and Triplex lots No septic tank 964-6305 Home Satellite System, Inc VACUUMSALE V )
    (_.. .
    mounds paved roads Our community water systems Hwy, i 100 W Key tone Heights Supply Co. '- :i

    Owner financing Several Lots Approved for Farm Home FOR SALE ((9041 473-2666 -
    Freedom of Choice NEW & USED U.S. 301 N.-8&4 N. Temple i
    central to Gainesville Jacksonville, Pal atka and Starke. PVC .. .. Stark. Florida 964- 70611 '
    -- V.- We Finance Our OwnKIKBYS
    Keystone Golf Course Area: '/ pipe i,'I

    .3 BR/2 BA, New Home. Split bedroom plan with garage and 10 ft. Chimney Fires KOYALSKUKKKAS( V ;I,

    sun deck.. Many extras. 59900. Wood Panelling Are Among the Top 10 We Drill Wells !

    .2 BR/2 BA with carport. $45,500. ..'.T Sheet Home-Fire Hazards HOUVEKSELECTKOLUX 2"to 6" State Licensed I

    .3 BR/2 BA with garage & swimming pool. 58500. $700 A Dirty Chimney i

    We also have waterfront property. Elec. Supplies Also Causes FILTER QUEENS: --

    MH Poles Heat Los SEARS; CSC II
    Welcome to Our New Associate Supplies Smoke-F111ed Room COMMERCIAL

    Richard Crane 473-7764 Security Lights Wt.'rl'palrallmakl'i Mlnl-Storage-D":
    Windows, doors Protect your home

    250' Rolls And Family AI' Young'sSince Hwy 30J.outh-Sforlce
    GAINESVILLE SUN J 12-2 w/Ground Safe Chimney 1957 I '2 M,L'$. of Shopping C.nter STORAGE '

    I DISTRICT CIRCULATION MANAGER $19'per rollBARGAIN Call: 964-8278 984-6918 964.6020 ASSOCIATION

    CENTER Blankenship Chimney Sweep 3 Miles north of "'" j

    I The Gainesville Sun is now accepting applications for a full-time I Hwy 301N Storks r StarVe on US 301 .

    District Circulation Sales Manager for the Bradford, Clay, Union IMMMMMMMMMMHMIH9MHHFLOR1LAND '-

    County circulation areas. We are looking for a goal-oriented Individual

    who Is able to motivate and deal effectively with people. Carpet (Any Scotchgard

    Responsibilities include supervision, recruitment and training of PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS Hllom $1495 is

    adult, motor route carriers monitoring sales, collections, and REALTY. Cleaning & Hall) AvailableDeep

    delivery service. Salary bonus plan benefits, transportation prc 964-7700 ( Soil Extraction Is Also Available) -
    vided. Applications being accepted at Gainesville Sun, 408 South
    393 N. Temple I Ave. Whole 59"
    Walnut Starke. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. No calls. Vernle P. Odom Special (Liv. Djn., Hall, 3 Dr.), .

    Broker-GRI 5995
    Carpet Dyed ((9 x 12)) . . . . . .

    STARKEThe 03 Country.BR home for rent In 1-2_ & 3 Bedroom APia Furniture Cleaned (sofa & chair) . . . 4495

    Sun for -Trailer for rent 150" to 297' "Not Don't
    Gainesville Is now accepting applications Building 1.000 >q. ft. From Delighted, Pay"Serving

    early morning route carriers. Adapt. to your usage. Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas

    Applicants may apply at the Starke office, 408 South Building.. different with lots of.pac. Florida & Co.
    ( 3 stores. ,r 2 3 Bedrooms Available NON I Carpet Cleaning Dye
    Walnut Street between 9 a.m. & 4 Owner will hold mortgageto :
    p.m. (Licensed & Insured) (Residential & Commercial)
    qualified buyer
    Applicants must have phone; be dependable; have LAND WITH TERMS: PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe

    economical transportation; and be able to post a /i-5 Ac. tract.
    181 Ac. Good hunting specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture clean-

    refundable cash deposit. wood, Graham area Ing and inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts.
    PAT ASHLEY 198 Ac. Front SR 18, Worthington Senior Citizen Discount No
    W For more Information contact BOB or sag.., Union Co.' Phont 964-6312 Mileage Charge Free Advice

    : collect at 378-1411 ext. 4909 between 9 a.m. and 3 114 Ac. Front Co. Rd. '8, EWUIWSIMOPPMTWITT 9-5 Call 964-4997 Call
    Office Hours
    .' p.m. or at 472-3614 before 7 p.m. *Springs Co. Rd., Union 238. Wothlngton Co. If No_ Answer Call ((904) 733-1308 Satisfaction Guaranteed


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    I: Keystone Heights Ads I -

    ;:; LOST/FOUND Starke Ads FOR SALE

    .... FOR RENT YARD SALE ( ',

    LOST GOLD RING .On Jan 11, vicinity of PERSONAL SERVICESWill Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. ARENGTINA-IAHIAHAYsHIphly fertlllx-
    Miller' Supermarket. Reword Call KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PARK OP THE PALMS Jon. 18 and 19. 9 Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone ed; no rain. Minimum 10 boles JM.

    Ii: 473.4383 day. or 473.2434 evenings.. REALTY REALTOR til 4. Misc. and furniture. 22 joloulse BABYSIT IN MY HOMEl Lots ofT.L.C. 468.2912 9/16 tfn Edwards 964.5379. 1/03 4tpd 1/24
    Itchg 1/17 Rental Property Available windows, 30x30i Itchg 1/17 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mile' MINDELSHON PIANO Excellent Conditlon. -
    : 1 IR, 2 BA. Lake Santa F*. Unfurnished WALKER'S CABINET SHOP HWY 21 Call 964.8672.1/173tpd 1/31 from Stark. city limits Clean. No Office hours, call 9646433. Home
    No pets. $400 per month North Keystone Old and new Items. MATURE RELIABLE CHRISTIAN MOTHER children or pel. Hwy. 16, W. Call. 7823522. 1/10 tfn
    ; NOTICE 2 IR.2 BA.Gator bone lake. Completely (Cancel If rain) Jan. 1820. Itchg 1/17 would like to babysit In my home. Any 468.132310/7 tfn SOFA.HIDE-A-BEDs Brown velour, Stro,-
    1 furnished. $400 per month and $400 MULTI-FAMILY .INDOOR Rummog. age. 9648407. Itchg 1/17 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On ford. Like new $223; drink machine,
    CLASSIFIEr ADVERTISING should b.submitted security deposit. tale. Furniture, appliance, clothes,, CAKE DECORATING Good work, good Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call one can and one bottle, both good con.
    to the Lake Region Monitor office OFFICE SPACE At Keystone Center. books, antique sewing machine, silverware taste, good price. Write numb.rdown..Can't 964-7530 or 468.132310/07 tin dltlon, make offer. 489-1941. 1/10
    In writing and paid In advance $200 per month and $200 security dishes onu many other items. run every week. STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly 2tchg 1/17
    unless credit I I. already established deposit. Kitty-corner from the public library. 964-9149.1/17 If no answer, try again. Itpd rates. Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple 72,000 BTU PERFECTION PROPANE OAS
    with this office. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY, Sat. and Sun. 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Itchg Ave. 7/28 tfn' HEATER. Like new $150.00. Call after 6
    MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Realtor,473-49tl 1/17 CARPENTRY WORK Porches, repairs, NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 p.m.. 7823459. 1/102tchg 1/17
    RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 6/21 tfnchg remodeling work, decks mobile horn BA apt. For more Information call Lake TRAILERS TRAILERS TRAILERS S'xB'

    CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER CARS TRUCKS repairs. Call 964.6232.1/172tchg 1/24 Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity utility trailer. $650; 16' dozer trolley
    f. THE TELEPHONE. GAtOR BONE LAKE 2 BR, air, gas heat GLASS CUT TO ORDERS Doors, windows, Housing. 6/7 tfnchg $1,700; 16' utility trailer $970: 16' (lawn
    E Classified d.adlln. I. Tuesday noon wood stove, 24x24 peat! room large & BOATS etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY LOG SPLITTER For rent by day or hour. trailer, $1,125; 10' lawn single axle
    prior to Thursday publication. porch on 3/4 acres $345 per month. 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake Call 964-6974. 11/29 tfn. trailer, $878: 16' car hauler $1.150; 6
    Minimum charge 15 words for$2.79 First last and deposit. 16293087. 1972 BUICK SKYLARK Looks Butler, 496-3079 and Keystone MOBILE HOME-KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 ft. ramps $100.: Olln's Mobile Home
    th.n 10 cents for each word thereafter. 12/13 tfnchg. running condition- new sharp tires, excellent Heights, 473.1973.2/26 tin BR, across from Lake Geneva $155 per Center Rd. 100 W. Stork 96/-5606.
    NO KITCHEN 1 BR, 1 BA on Gatorbone month. Furnished or unfurnished 1/10 tfn
    cover Included $2.000. 4752667. Itpd
    t PERSONAL SERVICES Lake. $95 p.r month. 6943087. 12/27 1/17 FOR RENT 4737560. Bill 9/27 tfn FORD TRUCK ENGINE .360. $150. Call

    tfnchg 1978 FORD VAN $3.000 AM/FM 3 BR BLOCK HOME CA/Heat. Stove, 9646550. 1/17 Hn
    2 BR FURNISHED MOBILE HOME No 179 MUSTANG 8 cyl.. fully equipped
    refrigerator furnished. $325 mo,
    Cass/CB, ref., couch and table, mall ROOMS FOR RENT per
    CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, pets Melrose area. $170 per month closet, crafted wood walls Call 964-9606. 10/25 tin 50,000 miles. $2700. 1206 Blending St.
    Week Month
    t kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry and deposit. 1-684-6634. 3tchg 473-7450 after 6 wwcarp.t. Day 2 ROOM FURNISHED EFFICIENCY: In (Saratoga Hgts.) Itpd 1/17
    t Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after 1/3.1/17 p.m. tpd 1/17 MAGNOLIA HOTEL Lawtey. Call 7823458. 11/22 tfn DEER DOGS One Blue Tic; four walker.
    5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg GARDEN OF EDEN Access to Lake 1980 55,000 PONTIAC miles. PHOENIX 4 door, only Across from Starke P.O. UNFURNISHED 2 BR MOBILE HOME With $75 to $200 each. Mathew Griff.Work
    CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and In'.tallatlon. Swan. Immaculate 2 BR, 1 BA with and brakes.lock, windows, 2 BR FURNISHED HOUSES No children no expando living room. $175 per mo., 964.8292; after 5 p.m., 964.5343 Itpd
    steering Cruise
    .. Free ..tlmot\:.. Ten years sunroom. Lovely kitchen. $325 per AM/FM stereo. Pulse control pets. $300 month plus $150 sec dep. plus $150 deposit. Call after 6 p.m., 1/17
    : experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for month. No pets 475-1678 or 475-2647. wipers V.louruphol.t.ry. Fire Lane No. 49, Klngsley Lake 964-6094. 1/102tchg 1/17 REPOSSESSED 4x8 Flashing Arrow
    Craig. 5/17 tfnchg 1/10 tfnchgKEYSTONE A/C. Original owner, 5332789. 11/08 tfn Signs Complete: New bulb, letter,
    : HANDYMAN All kinds of' home repairs HEIGHTS AREA 3 BR, 2 BA, $3.000.475.1691. Itpd 1/17 FURNISHED 2 BR DUPLEX 116 N. MyrtleSt. HELP WANTED warranty. Take over payment of $28
    : mobilehome repairs and fix-up n.eds. Heat and A/C fened back yard. $345 $265/mo. $150 dep. Phone 964-8944 monthly. Call toll-free 24 hour.
    No job too small. Minor plumbing per month. First lost and deposit. FOR SALE days. 12/20 tfn 18006214302. Sign' LTD. 1/17 fcan
    ; :repair Cleaning service Light haul. 16943087. 1/10 tfnchg 2 BR MOBILE HOME on Kingsley Lake, EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Starke
    : Ing. Call Jim 473.3671 day or evening. SUBLET LARGE 2 BR HOUSE Park of the SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC heat A AC, no pets. 933-2366.12/13 tfn assembly work. For Info call Truck Stop south of Stark. 9648212.
    o 5/17 tfnchg. Palms, across from Lake Brooklyn. pipes and fittings. Water softeners. APPROXIMATELY BOO SQ. FT. Office 904-641-8003 ext. 9979. 12/20 4tpd 11/24 tfn

    : GENERAL LAWN SERVICE Mowing rakIng Center air, garage, furnished carpet Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts., Area. Upstairs, central AC/Heat. Newly RECEPTIONIST 1/.1 A TYPIST CHAIN SAWS All brands marked down.
    light hauling tilling. Call 473-7607 and drapes. $350 per month. Itchg 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg remodeled. Freeman Register, III. Send Through April. JANUARY ONLY. STARKE POWER
    to P.O. Drawer
    resume A.,
    : f or 473-2409. 1/3 tfnchg 1/17 HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm section 9645888. 1/03Itchg 1/24 EQUIPMENT 438 S. Walnut St.
    CARPENTRY/MASONARY Additions, LAKEFRONT MOBILE HOME 2 BR. 2 BA plus organ muslc$995. Call 12x40 UNFURNISHED MOBILE HOMES 3 Starke. 32091. 1/033tchg CIVIL 1/17 964-8568. Storke. 1/104tchg 1/31
    brick block floors tile work. Call and 1 BR cottage, screened porch, 473.2210 weekday or 473-4648 BR, 1% BA. One acre In country. $175 FEDERAL SERVICE JOBS KEROSENE HEATERSiPrice until
    available. Call 1-(619)( 569-8304 for I In
    473.4473.4tchg 1/10-1/31 boat dock and fishing. 2tpd 1/17.1/24 weekends for appointment to see. tfn per mo.$190 dep. Now taking applications. ) gone! STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT,
    FURNITURE STRIPPING and reflnlshlng. 2 BR HOUSE On Lake Johnson. KH area. SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-26 2'/ miles 964-9734 after 4 p.m. 1/03 tfn foe 24 hours. 1/03 3tpd 1/17 438 S. Walnut St. 964.8568. Stark..
    Specializing In antiques I Hand rubbedoil No pets Freshly painted inside. Furnished east of Melrose. Azaleas 3 for $1. $5 a BR. 1 BA LARGE HOME On Madison St. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER For part 1/104tchg 1/31 .
    finishes. Call Jackie 4732521. 2tpd or unfurnished. Enclosed front limit.12/20 tfnchg $300 mo., $300 sec dep. Call Tiffin A time work. Send resume to P.O. FLASHING ARROW SIGNS Cash or rent
    Drawer 280 Stark., FL 32091. 1/03 tfn
    1/10-1/17 tfnchg 1/24 porch. 4732000. Itpd 1/17 SEARS PORTABLE DELUXE Whirlpoolbath Owen 964-5069. Itchg 1/17 to buy. 18002513550. 1/102tpd 1/17
    References 4737517. 2tpd 1/10.1/17 Keystone Golf Course $300 a month tion. Used very few times Sacrifice $75 post Hwy. Patrol Station. On. room NuWaves for appointment. 964-8431. ONION PLANTS 782.3625 after 5 p.m.
    $150 deposit Call Jacksonville, cash Call 473.3971.2tchg 1/17.1/24 opts. $140 mo. $100 sec. dep.Call Tiffin Itchg 1/17 Itchg 1/17
    NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE? Call 904/356-7658 or 9047812178. 2tchg USED Washing machine, $100 dryer A Owens 964.5065. Itchg 1/17 REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON Full time. FORD 9-N TRACTOR with disc $2,000.
    Chuck Satterwhlte, State Farm Insurance 1/17.1/24 $73. 473-3280. Itchg 1/17 2 BR. 1 BA HOME One mile out of town. Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin A Call 7823164. 1/103tpd 1/24

    Lawrence Blvd., Keystone ROOM FOR RENT Kitchen privileges, BABY BED AND 2 CHESTS Walker, $225 mo.. $225 sec. dep. Call Tiffin A Owens Inc. REALTORS 221 W. 2 PRC 77 ARMY RADIOS Many extra.
    Heights. 473.7272.7/19 tfn non-drinker. $150 per month and $50 wonder horse, misc. sheets and Owens, 964.5065. Itchg 1/17 Lafayette St. "Across from Wishbone"Ask $500; PSID-Anti-lntrusion Alarm
    NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE? Call ChuckSatterwhlte deposit. 473-7708 after 5 p.m. Itpd clothes. 473.7708 after 5 p.m. Itpd 1/17 MOBILE HOME Excellent condition for Susan. Itchg 1/17 System, wireless, extras $400; IN
    State Form Insurance, 1/17 HIDE-A-BED Green, $100; new almond private setting off Griffis Loop. Call GRAM MAC 10 CARBINE 45 cat. Extra,
    Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights, SUBLEASE 2 BR furnished home even refrigerator $400; recliner, $65; 4 occasional 964-5038 or 468-2374. 1/10 2tchg 1/17 FOR SALE collectors $600; .380 AMT AUTO ex'
    473.7272.7/19 tfn has dishes I Cable T.V. hook-up. chairs 4751165. Itchg 1/17 1 BR APARTMENT Furnished or unfur tras. $170; J.C. PENNY POOL TABLE

    PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE Complete Across from Lake Brooklyn, Pork of the COMPLETE SET Encyclopedia Britannica nished. Off-street parking walled FIREWOOD Call 964-6268 ask for Matt. 3/4" slate Brunswick plus accessories.
    lawn core and maintenance. Palms, Keystone Heights Available bicentennial edition and case, $65; patio, close-in. 964-8601 or 9647076. 11/29 tinUPRIGHT $300; 2-VOX MAXIM HEADSET
    Commercial or residential. Free 1-20-85 to 6.85 (or longer). $350 a pipe chairs, $20 each; 30 gal. electric 1/10 tfnFURNISHED KENMORE FREEZER One RADIOS. $65 for both. For Info call
    month water heater $50. 473-2252. 1/17 APARTMENT Three rooms yr. 185.1541.1/17 2tpd 1/24
    plus security. Call; 4734903. Itpd
    estimates. 475.2197 old. 964-7011 after 5:30
    evenings. 8/02 tfn $450.
    2tchg 1/17-1/24 4x8 FLASHING ARROW SIGN Complete: and both. No children or pets. 204 W. p.m. WOODBURNING HEATER with blower
    CLOTHES NEED THAT PERSONAL ATTENTION New bulbs, letters, warranty. Takeover Adkins St. Phone 964-8021. 1/10 2tpd 11/29 tfn and 3-ton air conditioner for mobile
    ROLLS OF HAYOrder hay for the
    ? Call 473-7864 for your
    Ironing services 1/17 home. 782.3355. Itpd 1/17
    payments $28 monthly. Call toll
    WANTED winter and leave It under barn until
    that can't be beat. Satisfaction free 24 hrs. 1-800-621-4302 Signs LTD. 3 BR MOBILE HOME Adults only. No needed. Rolls of Alicia $25 my at barn FIREWOOD You cut and haul. Pickup
    guaranteed every time. 1/10 tfn It FCAN pets 964-8614 or 9647619. Itchg 1/17 load. $3. Call 964-6227.1/17 2tchg 1/24
    Alicia and Bahia mixed $22.50 at barn
    BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Infants and RESPONSIBLE PARTY to assume small TRAILER NEAR GRAHAM One bedroom FREEZER FOR SALE $100. Call 964-8101.
    toddlers up to 5 years of' age receive monthly payments on piano. See locally completely furnished. Includes heat Argentina Bahia $20 at barn. Hay barn Itpd 117ALVAREZ
    HOUSES FOR SALE 7 miles North of Starke Rd. 16.
    Write (Include phone) Credit on
    excellent care. Weekdays 86. Call and air. $60 per week. 4851371. Itchg GUITAR A CASE Six string
    473-7864. 1/10 tfn Manager P.O. Box 327, Carlyle, Illinois 1/17 Delivery available at extra charge 964.4151, after 5:30: call 9648401.
    or call Mr. Powers, 618-594-4242. BUILDER'S CUSTOM 3 BR, 2BA home. STARKE HWY 301 N: Small 3 BR. bath. 782-3727 or 964-6167. 11/15 tfn Itchg 1117WATERBEDI
    3tchg 1/3.1/17 Large rooms, fireplace, screened 20 FT. ARISTOCRAT TRAVEL TRAILER
    MISCELLANEOUSPAC Two acres for gardening, $185 mo. plus Kingslze, with liner andh.at.r
    RESPONSIBLE PARTY to assume small porch, catherdral ceiling. Many extras. $100 sec. deposit. Retirees or someone Sleeps 6. $2500. Call Jax. 396-7946 or Upholstered. $150. Call
    monthly spinetconsolepiano. 11 Vi mortgage 473-3929. 4tpd Starke 964-8110. Can be seen at
    payments on with steady job only. Ph. 473-4993. 964-4491. Itchg 1/17
    RAT Buy. Sell and trade. Used furniture Can be seen locally Write: (Include 1/17.2/7 Itpd 117RENTAL Buddy's Landing Big Santa Fa Lake, ALL STEEL MULTIPURPOSE BUILDINGsale

    appliances household Items, phone number) Credit Manager LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models to PROPERTY, Fleet Finance, Inc. 2 Earlton. Fl. 1/03 3tpd 1/17 ,Engineer Certified. ASCS approved -
    collectable, glassware, old jewerly, P.O. Box 520 Beckemeyer, Ilinois choose from. Send for FREE apartments, 1 house. For Sale by PIANO FOR SALE: Wanted: responsible for grain storage. 40x80 was
    tools, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 62219. 3tchg 1/3-1/17 BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES, Owner. Financing Available. Call person to assume small monthly $15,821, now $10.2071 Other sizes
    ST. JUDE'S NOVENA May the sacred Route One, Box 84CF Moss, Tenn. 964.5010. 1/17 tfn payments on spinet/console piano. available. Call Rick or Myra In Stark.,
    heart of Jesus be adored. Glorified. Can be locally. Write (include
    seen :
    38575. ((615)) 258-3648. HFC AN FURNISHED APARTMENT Three rooms 964-67601.1/17 2tpd 1124
    MM Loved and preserved throughout '" phone 1>U""r)-Credit Manager, P.O.-
    \ bath. Utilities"! furnished.. Klochildren' GO CART 5-horsepower Brlggs A Stroh
    t rAr and
    "9 world now and forever. Sacred fleart of Box 520 Beckemeyer IL 62219. 1/03
    SALE' ? tfn ton condition.
    LAND FOR : no pets 964-5464.i/1 engine. Very good $250.
    Jesus pray 'for us. St. Jude Help for the BY OWNER 3 BR, 1'/ BA, 1 1'/s' yrs. old. --- -- --- 3tchg 1/17_ Call 9648210. 1/17 2fcrta 121atssessnm.tatantntntn.r
    hopeless. Pray for us St. Jude. Makerof CH&A In Clay County. Beautiful lac. LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake 13500. ".. .."..".."..".".."...."... ..

    miracles. Pray for us.Say this prayer tree covered lot, fenced backyard Owner will finance. $164 per month. ,
    nine times a day. By the eighth day deck 48900. Call 473-7272 or 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6 INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH? EARN EXTRA MONEY
    will be aniwered. As mine
    your prayer 12592138.920 tfn 'V ACRE Corner fenced lot septic tank TELEPHONE SOLICITOR 1 NEEDEDI'Sell I

    Leo was.(1220A.Publication) Itpd must 1,7 be promised. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR, 2 BA. and light pole. Halfmoon Lake. 4000. subscriptions to The Florida Times i Keystone Height Area*

    UNICORN BOOKS AND EXCHANGE Spacious doublewlde mobile home Call 17831132. Itchg 117r Union from the comfort of your own Applications are now being taken for

    price paperbacks/trad 2 for 1. 135 with mason-like siding, and shingle t ***********+************* home. Set your own hours. Be your own I Times-Union Morning Paper Route. Applicants
    Flamingo St. behind Monitor. roof on beautiful one acre, lake access NO CASH NEEDED *
    J boss. No to meet. Not a salaried must be able to post a cash
    : quotas
    Mon.-Sat. 10-3 1/17 tfnchg. Improvements.. $2995 down It 85 14x70 3 BR/2 BA !
    and $349 per month. Total price for J I No Down Pmt. A Low Interest J position, but an excellent commission i bond, have reliable transportation and a

    land and Improvements, $2S.990.ld.al It Rate to Qualified Buyer. : structure. Ii telephone.

    Subscribe Today I for retired or working family. Call Big *furnished stereo paddle fan, plush. Call; 964-5165 for Call 964-5165
    Tree lakes toll-free 2 details: :! i
    Delivered A SetUp :
    LAKE REGION MONITOR 1/172tchg 1/24 '......"WJW a a This Is an 1 Ideal supplemental Income for a
    $235.85 Mo. *, housewife, retirement couple/ teacher, ..tc.I .
    473-2210 It Call Brad, 473-7237 :!I LAKE BUTLER CBS 3 BR. 1 BA. Vinyl f 386-Mobile Home on 2 Ac. EXCELLENT PROFITS .
    e*.##**###r#####**##.....- floor tile, CH utility room garage. with addition. Neat and
    1404 sq. ft. on '/..ac. land (woods and paved road. $21,500. ,. -
    creek E. side). Concrete drlv.wal1387.4 BR "Fixer Upper"onpavedstreetnearschool,5biks.ofl
    I Roberts Real Estate II home In Lawtey. Pool, ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.

    PECANS 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke. SR 121 lake Butler Sale Price $26.900.workshop., nice corner lot.
    Cosh. Down payment $1,600 by $33,500. EJ.l.-\ Realtor
    Buying Pecans 964.6262 1-799-4149 or 1-792-6238 even #379-Homesite lot across .
    Pecans.Walnwrlght ings. / carpet central AC new from Vo-Tech. Hal old Formerly FAULKNER,REALTY_
    COMMERCIAL Auto salvage yard with 10 range 8 refrigerator may be included house and wooded. Pricedat .1@1
    II Pecans 5000. I 964-5065 j I
    acres and a CB residence. Located on US at buyers option. Ira
    Starke Farmers Mkt.
    301. Owners will leave all inventory, a
    221 Uoy( lt.St. Across from Wishbone
    US 301, wrecker and some equipment for the Econo-Cut G Mon..F'I3oam.to 5:30: p m. Saturday 9 12 noon
    _,.. buyer. Call for details. .
    '" FARM 40 acre farm with 15 acres of Lawn Services INVESTMENT PROPERTIES
    *301 INCOME,! PRODUCING PROPERTY: 22 ministorages' -
    Travel Agent Susan pecan trees, improved pastures, fenced & 782-3408 Lawtey Across from shopping center

    cross-fenced. 2 barns, home with fireplace. Specializing i In *LAWTEY: Off 225. 17 A. of lush fenced pasture
    does it all -- I Excellent working farm. Mowing 838 N.Temple Ave. and barn.

    for WATERFRONT 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath home FlowerBeds Starke. Fl 32091 *GRAHAM: 3 BR, 2 BA. 2-car garage. CH4A,
    Make now General LawnMaintenance
    arrangements fireplace, family formal dining
    STROUTREALTY great room room
    that Spring trip! on Crosby Lake Inlet. Seawall & dock. room on 4.5 acres Many extras

    We take both domestic and In. House is in very good condition. Good access Exc. Local References *HWY 16 W: 30 Acres. Toward prison.

    ternational travel. to the lake. Priced to sell. INCOHrOtATIDSDOKII *INVESTMENT PROPERTY: 5-Unit apartment. Call

    WILSON ROAD 3 bedroom; 2 bath. CB I 1 for details
    944-893 473-3096 .
    : manmade -
    : house on 1 acre. Central heat 8 air, carpet BULLDOZER WORK ponds

    I chain link fenced yard. Owners anxious. I I Fill Dirt & Clay Janet M. *IMMACULATE: 3 BR, 1 8A 'ham.. Completely
    .HAMPION CALL US FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE remodeled. Priced In the 30's.
    I .

    Travel Agency I George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker I I Keystone Heights StarlingRealtor Owner financing.
    *BEAUTIFUL HOME In Parkwood Subdivision. 3
    838 N. Temple Ave. 964-4444 Terry A. Gaines, CSM SalesmanSubscribe BR. 2 BA. Large living room A dining room. Combo

    473-4175 VERY NICE: 3 BR. 2 BA. garage. Assumable 11.SS fixed rate mortgag.
    "r 2 Ac. Hwy. 125. $"9,000. *NEAR LAKE ALTO: Unique 4 BR. 2 BA cypress
    I 'IN LAWTEYt One fclk. home with decks, fish pond. Over 2 acres
    from school. 3 BR 1 BA :
    Looking for a Good Deal? ACCOUNTING CLERK home. Shad.d'lot, yard well Insulated and new storm windows. Priced -
    I Must have experience In Accounts 28500. for that budget-minded person.
    HELP WANTED Payable and be able to type 35-40 '4.87 ACRES: Well septic *ENJOY PEACEFUL FISHING on beautiful lake
    I SewtngMaehlneMeehanle Check our prices before f you pay TOO much! correct wpm. tank 17x35 Tolrnon Santa Fe all year long at your lovely 2-story home
    {Minimum 5 yrs. experience.' General administrative experience pool fenced/cross with lots of' decking. Dock and electric boatllft. ,
    I eSalaryOp.n.d.p.ndlngonablllty& j We have been in business in Florida for 34 a plus. fenced 24000. *ONE ACRE ON SANTA FE RIVER: Quiet and

    {experience. Salary range $9600 10400. 4.28 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. peaceful assumable mtg. 9V4X, Ready to build
    Contact Bob Schneider years Designing, and Custom-Building to meet APPLY AT P.R.I.D.E.. $12,500. your home on.
    14/3-2745 32-12O. ) YOUR specific, nee d. Union I Reg. Office 1'/r .2' Ac: tracts. SOME OWNER FINANCING.

    I YOUR home or building to ANY STAGE YOU ((904)4131.1510) Owner terms. *COMPLETELY REMODELED: 3 BR, I BA home.

    By i p.m.January 14. 1915 '2.10 Ac.: $2.000 per Conveniently located. Priced right.
    DESIRE. ac. IN CITY LIMITS: 6 Acres with pecan trees Nice

    Job Opening In the Market for a New Home? Out of Pawn (I 12500.e5 Ac.: Pv'd frntg. building*HWY. 16 sit:*Nice. building lot.

    .20 Ac.: Cov'd In pine. BEAUTIFUL HOME OF YESTERDAY: (restored) I
    Asst. I.- out our 3-Bedroom Brick Veneer Special! eWe have a surplus of rings ,50 Ac.: 50000. Barn with stalls, hayloft, toe room.40 ac. pasture I
    __ diamonds, emeralds and etc. '14 Ac.: $1.750 per oc. and pecan tree.. .
    General! IVa Baths, CH/A Carport, mil Rm. &: Carpeting You can lay-A-Way and I e3 BR. 1 BA: Country, *HWY 16: Very neat home with many extras 3 I
    Manager at on lot $23.500. BR 1 BA.ACROSS. .
    Starting $34,800 your make weekly or .monthly
    LIQUOR STORE FROM CITY HALL: 1 or 2 cottages.payments. .
    Starting Salary$25,000 For More Details & Free Estimates Call: ? AND LOUNGE 16S 1 -STORY WITH FIREPLACE A loft In country.

    Excellent Benefits No Interest Super Interest SERVICE STATION 32900.:Owner..!financing.! .

    Send Resume to: .... RENE FAULKNER 964-5142 SUSAN FAULKNER961.404 1
    P.O. Drawer LAWTEY PAWN SHOP ((904))782-3931 OU YOUNG 964-7525 BOB MATHEWS 964-778

    964-6853 I III Hwy 301 Lawtey FL P.O. Drawer M LISE JOHNS 533-2783 REX SIEMER "473-21::!:
    Ham ton, fL320..u 301 S. lowtey ,3U2AMNS KITCWtNS; 94 730T :




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    Missing Correctional Officer Arrested in Virginia on Contraband ChargesA

    Keystone Heights man chargedwith U. Mua a rectional officer, according into a state prison, aiding an escapeor employed there. Raiford were all arrested for their awaiting sentencing. Sheffield and
    taking contraband into the to Investigator Clark. Harvey attempted escape, conveying Harvey is confined in Virginia alledged part in the crime Edwards are scheduled for trial I
    prison system last August was apprehended was charged with his part in the tak tools into prison to aid escape, pending transportation to Florida. It McKenzie has pled guilty and is February 18.
    in Virginia January 14. ing of tools into the prison. Harvey unlawful compensation for official is not known at this time if Harvey
    bonded out the same day he was arrested behavior and aiding or abetting afelon will wave extradition. If he does not, ----------- ,
    Roger Gayle Harvey, 31, was arrested and has not been see or heard Bond was set at a total$50,000 the state will have him extradited, ---- .
    in Roanoke, Virginia by local from since. He failed to make his Harvey, who was a deputy in Colorado said Clark. We've '
    w got
    authorities earlier this week, according court appearances and was listed as prior to his employment at Harvey was the first of the four I r :
    to Investigator Wiley Clark of wanted by Bradford County FSP two years ago, alledgedly took correctional officers arrested last ,
    the state attorney's office. authorities, hacksaw blades, wire cutters Klein August. Byrdus McKenzie, 47, of some big news I
    Harvey was arrested August 1, Harvey was charged with two tools, Allen wrench, metal files and Lawtey, Claud Sheffield, 43, of
    1984 at Florida State Prison, where counts of introduction of contraband maps into prison while he was Starke and Brian Edwards, 34, of Coming Soon !

    . Union County Ads .. --d THE ,',;/-1
    l -- r -- .....
    I ,.- u..t".v I. Bur.lnrrThu
    OFFICE ,, -
    9(11..1/ HMWK Store ,
    Eyeglass uW. iRu..d,
    FOR SALE rl.l.un
    SHOP ( J'J
    PIANO FOR SAL Wanted:Responsibleparty now.CoIIS' _
    degree and 13 graduate Package deal; 2" or 4" wells, water M
    to assume small monthly ):. UWAROC i ROAD STARKE. FLORIDA
    hours In Computer Science or related pumps, new Installation of septic ,1 9645764Storl
    payment on piano. See locally. area. PLUS 2 years' experience In tanks, drain fields and lilt stations. Write:(Include phone number)Credit, computer work. Prior Industry experience Mobile home poles available. All ( k .-- -- .. -
    Manager, P.O. Box 327, Corlyl., Illinois In programming and computer work guaranteed call Tommy Dor- c C I
    call Mr. Powers, L ----- .
    or applications helpful. Prefer man 2752151. UFN 9/1 : Ill"I:,. ;::'u .
    -"a ,
    6185944242. Itpd 2tchrg 1/3 -
    prior teaching experience. NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal -- -
    154 CHEVY TRUCK Fair condo best of. Knowledge of BASIC COBOL, FOR and pruning. Also firewood, oak and
    fer. Call 4963832. 1-pd 1/17 TRAN, and RPG languages Salary: pine for sale. Call Thomas Nettles
    PIANO FOR SALE Wonted:Responsible Based on education and experience, 496-3823. ufn 12/22
    party to assume small monthly competitive benefits. '
    payments on spinet/console piano. INSTRUCTOR GED PREPARATION di ,
    Can be seen locally. Write: (Include Florida State Prison. Bachelor's MISCELLANEOUSMissing *
    phone number)Credit Manager P.O. degree Prior experience In teaching ; J $ .
    Box 520. Beckemeyer, IL 62219. inmates preferred. Instruct Inmatesin (. .... --
    since Dec. 31. 1"" Large, .-- .... .
    3-chg 1,0 GED preparation In Math, English, 'r .' -
    greyish neut.red -
    NEW 3 BR. 2 BH. HOME ON SR 11 IN Science, Reading and Social Studies.Salary lgerstlrped; nine J
    UNION COUNTY. Large living room, : $639.05 bi-weekly, plus year-old"Peachy". male He was cat.wearing Answers a blue to Crown Victorias Escorts LTDTerwifleqar
    and closed In benefits.
    seperate dining room
    suede collar with silver studes. His
    garage w/utlllty room, country setting DEADLINE Open. To apply, contact(
    w/large oak shaded lot. Additional Lake City Community College, Rt. 7 usual territory Is behind Farmers andDealers
    acreage If requested call box 378, Lake City Florida 32055, Bank through to Petlt's Used Motors
    Cars but he have farther
    4963939462.3068_ nights 4621595. ((904)1/17-24-31) 752-1822 extension 313. 3-chg Please call 496-2106 may Sun.-Frl.gone after

    FOR RENT 8:00 p.m. or Saturday before 4:00
    p.m. 2-chg

    Times, 150 Main Street Lake Butler. PROPERTY If I don't have It, I'll findIt
    Phone 496-2261 for Information TFN Just ask JANE S. USHER.
    C.O.'s. OUT OF TOWNS Save up to REALTOR. 496-2126 or 496-2903", Lake Avenue, Lake Butler 4963978.
    $80 mo. 13,000 miles a yoarl! PINES eves "Your Union County Realtor. Complete Insurance Service. TFN.
    QUALITY LIVING. Laundry, Park, 8/04 tfn
    Recreation, Car Pools, FRIENDLY AT
    MOSPHERE. Reasonable. Sr 121 Lake ..
    Butler 4962366. ufn 12/13 .. .-- .:... q.
    59 ACRES LAND 24 acres cultivated,35 ALLIGATOR '
    acres timber. Runs across theOluste. "t oaNS !. .ii', '
    Creek adjoining Columbia \-OC"t\ yon CREEK RANCH O -' 0' -- -- :.'\lv I---
    County. Very reasonable. Rob Cour.
    son 4962248. Itpd-ufn 1/3 StiR 964-6973 Mustang Tempo
    BRICK HOME 3 BR, 1 BH. CH/AIr stove "to
    and refrigerator, 2 acres. $275 plus u.s. 301 south GATOR II
    tax Call and 496.2305.7-pd first and last 1/17-2/28 months rent. 964-4809 We have a large selection of cars in stock at a]

    NEW CH/A.RIVER$250 AREA per mo.2 BR plus, 1 deposit.BA House Call, SUPER.SAVINGS. FROM YOUR price you will appreciate.. .

    4962037. 1/10 2tpd 1/17
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    GARAGE SALE Sat. 9:00.3:00: : behind
    Clarks Meat Market. 1-chg 1/15 20% Cattle r6 '
    GIGANTIC YARD SALE!13 families, 20
    years worth! I Furniture, RangeCubes .
    housewares, clothing, toys. Lot /
    beside Spire's IGA, Lake Butler.Sat., 1
    Jan. 19, 1985, 030am tll... COME
    GET A GOOD DEAL! I $450T
    50 Ibs.

    .....w_........-.0...Any-M Cux-.n 14,....r." Horse / 0 /

    Skin Si Mineral I
    The Cattle
    hop $140 : aI
    WE BUY SNAKESI $ ,j80 Mineral I 50 Ib bag
    JESSIs BMNNW000v
    ... NORTON ... 25 m bag :
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    Starke, Florida 32091
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    ZENITH 18 Mo. RENT TO OWN PLAN Super Cab ;:.; --.

    _'- Every $ Can Apply- Toward Ownership Short Wheel ......-=- __ -'_ J \
    -- & Long WheelBase '-"'

    PILOT ,1M

    XLT Package ". _.,__. .
    Captain Chairs 0

    0 Deluxe and Paint Cassette, To-Tone Stereo from ... 'p 1 3 4, 8 8 00

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    ZENITH COLOR TV'S . . . . . . . . As Low As $9.9 5 Wk see J.R. "Jim" Lawson, Tom Roundtree, Bill Epps,

    PILOT STEREO SYSTEMS . . . . . . . AS Low AS $9.9 5 Wk Jimmy Epps or Barry Haefele in Keystone

    SPEED QUEEN WASHERS .'. . . . .. . As Low As 12.95 Wk

    LITTON MICROWAVES ... . . . . . . . As Low As $1 0.9 5 Wk Motors'

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    We Also Carry Refrigertors, Dryers, Ranges At Low Rental Prices! !

    I' For That Football Party Come In and Check Our 2 Day Rental Priceon 964-7200 473-FORD

    Our Projection Television Starke G'ville JAX Keystone

    STORE HOURS: 8:30: a.m. 5:30: p.m. Monday Saturday 209 W. Madison State Road 21I


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    Shaughnessy Randolph Johnson
    James Edward Shaughnessy 70 Randolph Johnson, 57, of Lake
    of Hwy 21B on Santa Fe Lake?died"Friday Butler, died Wednesday, Jan. 9, at
    Jan. 11, at his home follow- his home following a brief illness. I
    ing a long illness. Born in Jenkins County, Georgia,
    Born in Lowell, Ohio, Mr. Mr. Johnson had lived in Lake Norman's Market
    Shaughnessy moved to Keystone Butler since 1968. He was a correctional -
    Heights from Cheylan, W. Va. six officer at the Reception and J.I
    years ago. He was self-employed In Medical Center in Lake Butler until .
    the service station business and was 1981 and was retired from the U.S. I "\, ''tM U.S. 301 South 964-6071 .
    of the Catholic faith. Air Force as a Tech Sgt. Mr. "\' '
    Survivors include one brother, Johnson was of the Baptist faith. "The
    Robert J. Shaughnessy of Keystone Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Country Store For More"New

    Heights. Charlene Johnson of Lake Butler; Hours: Open 8:30: am 7 pm Monday thru Saturday
    Funeral services were held at 10 two sons, Gary Van Johnson and
    a.m. in St. William's Catholic Michael Allen Johnson, both of Lake Compare Our Prices & Save!III!!
    Church Saturday, Jan. 12 with Butler; four brothers, William O. -- .
    Father Mike Williams officiating. Johnson and Clyde Johnson, both of Quantity Rights Reserved We Accept USDA Food Stamps
    Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery Rincon, Ga., Lewis Johnson of
    London, W. Va. Local services and Barstow, Calif and AE. Johnson of
    arrangements were under the direction Garden City, Ga.; six sisters, Ms.
    of Jones Funeral Home of Janie Johnson and Mrs. Victoria HOMEMAKERS: COMPARE'

    Keystone Heights. Budacz, both of Millen, Ga., Mrs. ,: e

    Estelle E. GeigerMrs. Anna Mrs. West Evelyn of Keystone Leverette Heights of, r; 'J1J Y'i

    Estelle E.Geiger, 72,of Lake Tallahassee, Mrs. Allene Hatfield of
    Geneva, died Monday, Jan. 14, at Greenville, S.C and Mrs. A. Mae sa4 rt' j )
    her home in Lake Geneva followinga Quigley of Twin City, Ga. and
    short illness. several nieces and nephews. t} /
    Born in Orange Heights, Mrs. Funeral services were held Saturday HER E < .. J! "
    Geiger moved to Lake Geneva in ,Jan. 12,at 11 am. in the Chapelof ",
    1949 from New York State; was a Archer Funeral Home of Lake
    homemaker and of the protestant Butler with Rev. Raymond Baer of
    faith. ficiating. Burial was in Dekle
    Survivors include her husband, Cemetery in Lake Butler under the
    Earl Geiger of Lake Geneva; one direction of Archer Funeral Home of GARDEN FRESH VDlle 1
    sister, Mrs. Louise Dermody of Ab- Lake Butler.
    byville, S.C.; one grandson, Gerald .
    Sheets of Keystone Heights; and two Charles C. Tedder
    great grandchildren. Charles Claud Tedder, 85, of
    Funeral services were held at 11 Raiford, died Friday morning, Jan. NAVEL ORANGES EXTRA FANCYPINEAPPLE
    a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 16, in the 11, in the Whispering Pines Care
    Jones Funeral Home Chapel, Center in Starke following a long il
    Keystone Heights, with burial in the lness. $
    Orange Heights Cemetery with Rev. Born in Kibbie, Ga., Mr. Tedder $1 00 lm39
    Leamon Ward officiating. Jones lived most of his life in Mandering,
    5 LB. BAGPINK EACH . . .
    Funeral Home of Keystone Heightsin Fla. where he was a carpenter. He . .
    charge of arrangements. was a member of the Seventh Day
    Adventist Church
    Barbara C. BreazealeMrs. Survivors include two sons,Edwin
    Barbara C. Breazeale, 89, of and Bill Tedder, both of Raiford; GRAPEFRUIT SNOW WHITE
    White Oak, died Sunday at the seven grandchildren and 15 grand-

    Glynn-Brunswick Hospital following an extended Memorial il- children.Funeral services were held Tues CAULIFLOWER I

    lness.A day,Jan. IS,at 2 p.m. at the Tillman $1.3 9
    native of Crossland, Mrs. Funeral Home in West Palm Beach. 89
    Ky., 5 LB. BAG . .
    Breazeale had been a resident of Burial was in Memory Gardens. Ar- JUMBO . . EACH
    White Oak since Jan., 1984. She wasa cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler
    former resident of Kingsley Lake was in charge of local ar
    and was a member of the First rangements.In .
    United Methodist Church of Starke.
    Mrs. Breazeale received her nurses Loving Memory GREEN CRISP GREEN
    training at Murray State College in
    Murray,Ky.,and was one of the first OS CABBAGE
    public health nurses in the United Mrs. Ella Mae PerryWho BROCCOLIBUNCH C
    States. Died Jan. 9. 1984 39
    Survivors include one sister, Miss We miss your sweat smiling lace 69 JUMBO. 3 LB AVG HEAD
    Clover Cochran of Alton, 111.; and your worm loving kindness.All .
    several nieces and nephews; and the long talks . . . .
    cousins, one with whom she resided that we used to have...
    Mrs. B.H. (Linda) Tanner of White You ore truly missed by
    Your family and friends. r
    Oak.Funeral services were held Tues- Love. ;::
    day at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of Your Husband Emory I .
    Evergreen Cemetery in Jacksonville Your Sons: Willie& -
    wUh/nim'VT/; ;FfftManl Wilfjrm;ttficiating. .ep" ,mMr. MvnxE.at.it. _vc.r, .'Bayfield Perry dr-f'l' / .. I
    Burial was in in Evergreen &Grandchildren j
    Cemetery. The family requests that ::::: J ,
    those wishing to make contributionsto Tom HodgeTom ....

    the Georgia Baptist Children's Hodge, 89, of High Springs, WHOLE Sliced Free
    Home in Ga.
    Baxley, died Sunday night in Leesburg ; ,O $
    David E. Lee Health Care Center after an extend-- -r; "e:? RIBEYES 3 99
    ed illness. -I\- '
    David E. Lee, 74, of Lake Butler, Born in Brooker,living most of his LB. .
    died Tuesday morning in the North life in Brooker and Jacksonville
    Florida Regional Hospital after an was a member of the Church of God
    extended illness. in Jacksonville and was a retired $1 4 9
    Born in Suwannee County,Mr.Lee FRYER LEG

    moved to the Lake Butler community carpenter.Survivors include four daughters, . LB. _
    in 1930 where he has since resided.He Verdie Graves and Edith Burt, both I
    retired from the athletic depart- of Leesburg,Myrt Morris of Lake Ci- 4 7 C
    ment of the University of Florida and Evelyn Hodge of Jackson- BONELESS SHOULDER QUARTERSLEAN
    maintenance dept. and was a ville ty two step-daughters, Marcell . LB.
    member of the Baptist faith. Cruce; of High Springs and Lucille ROAST $1 6 9

    Survivors include two sons,James Morgan of Jacksonville; four sons, . LB. _
    and Boyd Lee, both of Lake Butler; Wesley Hodge of High Springs,
    one sister, Mrs. Betsey Geer of Elmer Hodge of Leesburg, Hubert & MEATY PORKy
    Ocala; three grandchildren and four Hodge of Chiefland and Marvin CUBE

    great grandchildren.Funeral Hodge of Ft. Pierce; two step-sons, $1 00 $
    services were held Thurs- Earl Moody of Palatka and Mark
    day at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of Archer of Lake Butler 14 grand- STEAK SPARERIBS
    Funeral Home in Lake Butler with Moody children and 18 great grandchildren.; . LB. LB

    Bro. Dan Jarrett officiating. Burial Funeral services were held
    was in Mt. Zion Cemetery under the Wednesday, Jan. 16, at 2 p.m. in Archer ..
    direction of Archer Funeral Home of Funeral Home with .
    Lake Butler. Rev. Charles Harper Chapel officiating.I f SV\Nc )I. ./... x ;::L 'X
    > .V x.>< :>c: 7SSFOOD :
    Norman Bullock Burial was in Dedan Cemetery in --;: f.J --. 'XJ'-X:: .' y xC Y x .J'f.X ;; '" \.. -
    Brooker with Archer Funeral Homeof V\I. ;:;
    Norman Bullock, 87, of Orlando, Lake Butler in charge of ar J j..J tYllJ """ I ... ... y, \J"ooLL '"
    died Friday, Dec. 28, at the Orlando rangements. J... J ,...
    General Hospital following an ap-
    parent heart attack. George Dykes '" __ tob
    Born in Lumberton, N.C., Mr. George Dykes, 74, of Raiford,died
    Bullock had lived most of his life in Sunday night in the Community Con- -
    Tucker, Ga., until moving to Orlando valescent Center of Gainesville o 'lJi
    in 1963. He was employed by the following a long illness. '
    Johns-Manville Pipe Co. until his Born in Sumpter County, Mr. / nv
    retirement and was a member of the Dykes had lived most of his life in
    Baptist church. Gainesville, before moving to i'i

    Survivors include two sonsDouglas Raiford five years ago, living with
    anuLeroy the Elbert Thorntons. He was also a
    Bullock of Middleburg
    Bullock of Chester, Va.; one, member of the Methodist Church.Mr. '
    step-daughter, Saundra Franklin of Dykes is survived by one SUPER BOWL SPECIALS ; r
    Orlando and seven grandchildren. brother, Lee Dykes of Houston. >
    Funeral services were held Mon- Texas. ,,

    day, Dec. 31, at 2 p.m. in the Chapel Memorial services 2 in will the be Archer held .. I ( .
    Thursday p.m.
    of Archer Funeral Home in Lake "'-
    Funeral Home of Lake Butler with :}eJ : .\ '
    Butler with Rev. Melvin Owen of I ', I' f r-l1
    John Daniels officiating.Burial II
    ficiating. Burial was in Taylor / ""
    will be at a later date. Archer FLOUNDER 1',
    under the
    In Baker County $
    direction Cemetery of Archer Funeral Home of Funeral Home of Lake. Butler in \ 2 99 \ \ \

    Lake Butler. charge of arrangements.Servicemen Fillets ,b. 1

    I I- H.ADDOCK $ 2 6 9 1m"\\7fi l T Y I) I P

    parachutist badge completion Fillets . . . . lb. i ] I
    David L. Piggott three-week airborne upon course at I \ ::!
    of the Fp
    Completes Basic Training the U.S. Army Infantry School,Fort ) .y APPALACHICOLA 1\\ I i I/ltr/ i ii .

    Benning, Ga. $11 99 -
    Army National Guard Pvt. DavidL. During the first week of training, i} e r s 1
    .Piggott,son of Robert G.and LolaU. students underwent a rigorous|, '\: OyS . Bushel; \\I f '
    Piggott of Starke, has completed physical training program and
    basic training at Fort Dix, N.J. received instruction in the theory of FRESH WHOLE SPECKLED I Q
    the training, students parachuting. The second week they
    receive instruction In drill and received practical training by jump- Trout / '
    ceremonies, weapons,map reading, ing from 34-foot and 250-foot towers. N X\ . . . ib. .. L//, ,)
    tactics, military courtesy, military The final week they made five '>(\J, '
    first and Army history parachute jumps Including I
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