Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01324
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 24, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01324
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North Florida can probably anticipate freezing temperatures Nw. .. . . . .Pag. 1-3 II" aCt\
every night into the middle of next week. No rain is predicted. Editorial . . . . ..Pag'.4 tb
The mercury dipped to 5 early Monday morning. Other area lows Legal.. . . .Pag '"\
in Bradford were 7 at Camp Blanding, Keilbron Springs, 9 at the Soclali. . .... .......Pag'66 \...\ ap
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State Plan Meet

On Tap Tonight... .
A public meeting is set at 7 p.m. Sets Record
tonight (Thursday Jan. 24) in the o
county courthouse to discuss the yIr

proposed plan to guide state ,.
regional and local governments in "roan
preparing for Florida's future.
The assembly, one of 17 public : L4 :r tMy

forums set throughout the state this. N-Fla. Lows
month will include some 300 in-
vited partcipants including t
representatives of business H '' ,.
government officials special in- j Starke residents businesses and back on and it would go off again, .
terest groups and individuals S, schools put a record winter load on said Bill Weldon, superintendent of
selected at random. the city power plant early Monday in the Power Resource Department.
Participants will be provided in- defense against 7 degree The trouble finally found in a
formation about the proposed stale temperatures but the city's power regulator off US-301 on Weldon

plan and then will be surveyed on .. lines couldn't carry the load. Street.
their opinions about the plan and ....... 3 B t4 'I AS With thermometers reading 7, 8,9 But before the trouble was found
its content. and 10 degrees Monday morning the city crewmen had to isolate
The 1984 Florida Legislature required Jan. 21, the coldest here in 150 years areas to determine where the trou-
development of such a plan :: _' power lines were overtaxed, ble was. That's the reason the elec-
to guide state planners. 'i ; transformers went out, and electric tricity kept going on and off.
I a ,S 4 jktl lines froze and broke. The Starke Power outages were spotty all
Chamber Mixer power plant, which records over Starke for short periods due to
temperatures on the hour recordeda overloaded transformers Weldon
.. Set Today... 9 degree low at 8 a.m. Monday. said.
A Chamber mixer is set today It was 16 here Tuesday morning a "It's like trying to force a huge
new record low from the previous amount of water through a small
(Thursday, Jan. 24) from 5:30: to 7 "
p.m. in the Starke Woman's Club. 27-degree temperature recorded for hose one observer said. The
The mixer is sponsored by the north-Florida. New records for Jan. capacity of the lines to carry poweris
22 were set all over the state. limited by the size.
Bradford Education Association in Reunited After
honor of newly elected School 15 Years... It's the second straight winter of "If you've ever felt the wire on an

Superintendent Jim Duncan. Adopted by three separate Virginia families when /|OIIM We, Va.. Scott Itreeilen of Soottsvillc Va.. and sub-freeze temperatures. Over. the electric heater and noticed it was
The Starke-Bradford Chamber of less than two weeks old. these almost! 16-year-old Brooke. Williams of. Slarke. daughter or Mr. and Mrs. 1983 Christmas and 1984 New Year hot that's because too much currentis
Commerce recently began having triplets were together in Starke this past weekend for Morris \\illiains. Jennifer and Scott visited Brooke this holidays temperatures dipped to 15, flowing" through a line that is too
J mixers so Chamber members could the first lime since being separated. past weekend. The triplets plan a two-week visit in a record then. Monday's reading of small another observer said.
, become better acquainted with The triplets are (I-r): Jennifer Harlsook of .or- Virginia this summer I lien a further visit back in seven degrees beat that and the The city lines were overheating
wind chill factor said due to the demand and
Slarke. was to be causing safe
each other. This will be the third
I such mixer. 20-below-zero. ty fuses to blow, Dees said.It .
I means the city must replace the
feeder lines with larger Plans
J Chamber Banquet... 42-Hour Freeze... are to rework the distribution ones.

'. The annual Starke-Bradford Together Again. During the 42-hour freeze, which system before the summer peak,
! County Chamber of Commerce began about 6 p.m. Sunday and says Dees.
! Banquet is set Saturday Jan. 26, lasted until 2 p.m. Tuesday, Florida The good news was that (he city
S with a local humanitarian award to Power & Light lost power transmis- power plant continued to provide
j be given and a citizen-of-the-year to sion to the Hampton area for some ample electricity for the needs, even
be honored. four hours. though the distribution system
1 Tickets are available at the Triplets Find Each Otter( 15.Years Starke Utility Director Merrill wasn't able to carry the supply the

,,,:1: Chamber office phone 964-5378 at '.." NS ....."...._.'-...-;Lry.:: .-;..- .. Decs explained that the( demand for consumers .:..
Walnut and Madison Streets for $12 by Carolyn Eaves afternoon-the Williams had the okay.. lardy said he power to operate heating systems i iT me' Record :
.,' for the steak dinner. New officers should charge the Williams several hundred dollars Monday morning taxed the utility ...
will be inducted with entertainment BCT Staff Writer since he had done nothing else all afternoon but it was lines past their capacity. Major Demand on the city power plant
provided by the Starke Repertoire That's Incredible..1 not often an attorney was privy to such a rewarding users such as the school systems, Monday morning set an all-lime
Choral. The event gets under way Three 15-year-olds a brother and two sisters, were thing and there would be no charge. blacked out just after 7 a.m. leaving winter record of 9,300 kilowatts
with a social hour from 6:30: and reunited after being separated since birth. many school students in the dark (KW). The load demand was some

dinner served at 7 p.m., according Jennifer Harlsook of Gordonsville, Va. and Scott Hi, I'm Brooke... and without heat. 12 percent above the highest demand
to Chamber executive Mike Breeden of Scottsville, Va. traveled to Starke to meet Brooke able The county courthouse stood dark during the 1983 Christmas and New
was to contact Scott and Jennifer the
also and
offices were closed on Mon-
'Cooney. their sister Brooke Williams (daughter of Morris and freeze.
; same evening by' phone where she proudly day to reduce the need for power There was plenty of in
time this weekend. capacity
. Sharon Williams) for the first past
announced this is
Brooke Williams of Starke
: ,"Hi. Fl., Dees said.
Report Cards The triplets were adopted shortly after their birth Jam one of the triplets." the plant .according to Weldon.
of the
March 29, 1969 in Charlottesville Va. by three different Areas city were without Electricity was on the market,
Due Out Jan. The admitted to thankful
28... families and until 1984 had no knowledge of eachother's triplets a very Thanksgiving electricity for different periods of though not economical electricity
time when the Church Street feederin Weldon. Starke, now the
says on
Bradford district report cards for whereabouts.
First born, Jennifer was the larger of the girls north Starke went out. City statewide
grid was using
the third power
six-weeks and first
weighing 3 Ibs. 14 Brooke the last born and
oz. was workmen braved the
sub-freezing about half its
semester will be delayed since The TV Started It... plant capacity and was
weighed 3 Ibs. 1 Scott the of the
oz. was largest three temperatures, and severe wind-chill
school was not in session Jan. 22-23 Scott's adoptive mother had information on Jenniferbut but still weighed under 4 pounds. Scott remained in the factor for several hours of trouble buying. nuclear power from FPL's St.LucieNo.
plant, and the cities of
due to the extreme cold. hestitaled give Scott the information until he was hospital the longest after he developed pneumonia. shooting. They'd turn the power Gainesville and .
The grade cards will be Tampa.wasn't
18. But in January 1984 while watching the TV show
distributed Jan. 28, according to "That's Incredible" Scott expressed the desire to con- Who Chose Who, How...
Curriculum Coordinator Lucille tact his sisters. On the show triplets were reunited 50
All three of the
teenagers expressed concern over
Payne. years after their birth. As turned out, Brooke was why their adopted parents did not take all three of Berries Will Survive
also watching the same show in Starke and commentedshe them. The obvious answer from each parent: they
also would like to find her brother and sister. Legal ,
Volunteers Needed could not afford three babies and there were other peo-
hassles prevented her from finding them at that time. to
ple wanting adopt.
For Garage Sale...
__ And they wonder how each parent made the decisionto
Volunteers are needed before the Scott Finds Jennifer... choose each of them. "Do you suppose they looked al
sale and during the Garage Sale set "Please Mom, Please..." Scott talked his mother into us, and: said 'J'Utake that one...'," Scott wondered.The Vegetables Hit HardLower
Feb. 7,8,9,10 to raise funds for the helping reunite the triplets. Using an address sup- doctor set it up. Only stipulation by the Williams
SFCC Starke Center Project. plied by his mother, Scott contacted Jennifer that same was they wanted a girl but Sharon said she chose.TIJcv're .

Anybody willing to help is askedto month and found she was only 30 minutes away from temperatures but less Canadian air as is usual in
contact Mrs. Anita Rink, phone his home. Alike... damage was reported Bradford
by most Florida cold spats, but came
964-5518. Jennifer and Scott celebrated their birthday togetherlast The"lriplets all agreed from the very first contact County comparing this week's straight from down from the North
Volunteers are needed now to year each wishing their sister could be with them. they felt they had known each other for years. They record-breaking blast of artic air to Pole weather bureau spokesmensaid.
categorize, price and display items This March 29 that will be possible the triplets are hav- were inseparable from the time of their arrival in the devastating Christmas Freeze of .
coming in for the sale. ing a 'big' 16th birthday party in Gordonsville Va. Starke. 1983. here remained

The parents of Jennifer and Scott hired an attorneywho They found they like the same music enjoy much the Although all bloom and fruit cur- below Temperatures freezing for an unbroken 42
Computer Intro. petitioned the court to open the records in an effortto same things and have really enjoyed being with each rently on the bush were lost County hours from 6 p.m. Sunday to noon
find Brooke. A Virginia social worker did all the leg
other. Agent Bobby Taylor and growers Tuesday. Leon Starling, Lawtey
Offered V-T.
by .. work after the judge gave permission.Out They look very much alike Jennifer and Brooke agreed that plants came through area farmer of U-pick'em

l A new course' Introduction to have the same strawberry blonde hair coloring and are without serious burning and crown strawberry fame reported a low
Computers, will be offered by the of the Blue... 5'2". damage that took such a heavy toll reading of 5 degrees when he check
Bradford Union Vocational School's Two days prior to Thanksgiving last year Sharon The sisters have the same mannerisms and even talk last season.It ed the therometer in his garage
Adult Education Department begin- Williams of Starke received a call from a social workerin a lot alike. was a different story with winter about daybreak Monday, and other
ning Jan. 29, according to Charles Virginia asking if the Williams were interested in Scott has brown hair and is taller but the chin, greens. L.M. (Buddy) Norman growers had readings of 6 to 8. These
M. Thomas, Adult Education direc having the court records opened for whereabouts of the mouth eyes and smile are very similar. The triplets reported a hundred percent loss on lows are believed to be slightly
other two triplets. eyes are the same color. 20 acres of mustard and turnips under the killing freezes of 1894.95
tor.The introduction to computer Sharon was excited Brooke ecstatic. with severe damage though not a and 1899 that destroyed the citrus in-
course will be offered by the Adult Brooke was very anxious to make the contact but Summer lal1s... total loss, on collards. Oscar dustry in this part of Florida.
Education Department of Bradford was unable to reach the social worker who only work- Before Jennifer and Scott returned Monday to Carter's 12 acres of cabbage were a Plants were better conditioned for
County School system to high ed on Tuesdays and Fridays and was going on vacation Virginia, plans were made for the birthday party, a near-tolalloss, with production costs this freeze than those of December
school students and adults Thomas the following week. This would have put Brooke off until two week visit this summer in Virginia for Brooke and estimated at around $800 per acre. 1983 when the cold came several
says. Students must be at least 16 the first week of December, and she could not wait then Scott and Jennifer hope to return to Florida for The big chill of 1985 was blamed by weeks earlier, without any prior
years of age. For further Information that long. another visit. weather on a "kind of meterological chill. "The plants were more tender
contact the Vo-Tech Center, Attorney Dudley Hardy was contacted Wednesdaynoon The triplets are aware there were other children in pipeline" that funneled artic air then and had so much liquid in them
phone 9646150. (before Thanksgiving) and worked through the their natural family and one day they may want to find down from the polar caps into the Berries..pg.2A
court in Virginia to secure the records. By 3:30 that them but for now they are enjoying each other. eastern and southeastern U.S. It (See )

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school A vision program age children hearing for pre-school is and set fingerprinting from and 9 City Feeder Lines Couldn't Handle Record Demand I

a.m. until noon Saturday Jan. 26, N
Woman's Club at the Duncan said failures classroom about record winter demand by turning on He said students were asked to
at the cornerof Schools were scheduled to reopen power caused was 27 degrees 10 stay home Wednesday also becauseof
Walnut and Jefferson Streets in this morning (Thursday, Jan. 24) healing problems al Bradford a.m. Monday. The SS staff also heaters and stoves the power predicted continuing cold and
Starke. after cold weather and power supply Middle School, the Vo-Tech. Starke phoned parents to pick up children. failures shut down the heating because problems occur with
Children will be tested for vision, problems shut down' the system and Southside Elementary schools. Students who couldn't be picked up systems and sub-freezing the heating systems may due to the power
hearing and will be fingerprinted. Monday. were gathered into the library until temperatures soon made the problems.
For instance there lights
were no
vision and hearing school called off about 2 classrooms very uncomfortable.
Detecting pro was p.m.
or heat at the middle school. Receptionist Starke Utility Director Merrill
Duncan said parents were called
blems early is very important. Achild's Superintendent! Jim Duncan told Monday
Marian using a Dees said the tremendous need for
was advised of the and children
success in school is relatedto the school board Monday night that Duncan said heating systems were
electricity began about 7
to and
flashlight a.m.
to pickup
how well he or she can see or he conferred with principals Mon- their children.At phone. parents in operation at all locations until were picked up and returned home. fuses and breakers began popping
hear. day morning and decided about noon about 7 a.m. Monday and everything Duncan said the city power supplywas throughout' the system because of
The fingerprinting precaution is to close all county schools for two Soulhside there was no heat. seemed to be working smoothly. At not adequate to keep the heating. the overload.
f taken because every year between days. Temperature in one portable that time, when residents turned a systems functioning.
t' 1.3 and 1.8. million children disappear
I their homes in the U.S.

Of not these runaways from children but are some abducted 50,000 are for Frozen FPT Power Line Breaks Leaves Hampton Without Heat, Lights : I

numerous reasons. Some childrenare Hampton citizens felt the early "the power went off about a.m. and was not damaged although it did Vurred after sleet weighted down 'which adds to problems which occur-
located and returned safely. morning chills Monday after a remained off for about four hours. smoke due to some freezing in a and snapped a line which runs along when more than the normal amount
However, the majority are not. line broke which SR-18 west of US-301.
power supplied That shut down the city's water nearby line she said.A just
-For more information, phone lights and heat for many homes. system and promoted fears that the spokesman for Florida Power Steve Blankshein of FPL said cold '(See Frozen-Lines..p.2A)
964-5818 or 9647525. City Clerk Lola Williamson said pump might be damaged. The pump and Light (FPL) said the outage oc- weather causes some contraction



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Operating with new proceduresand had problems at home Monday that Restoration ProgressingOn Limeruck is being hauled for the
.I.-sirag a.prit of cooperation he had no water at his home and that Burned Building... $250.000 project said Vu-Tech Director /"
new Supt. Jim Duncan began his his car wouldn't start Monday. David Smith.
tenure at the first regular school Duncan said Reddish had talked to Supt. Duncan reported that the No fencing has been dime yet. .a
board meeting Monday night Jan. him and Duncan said he thought restoration of Building I at Bradford Smith said in answser to a questionby
which burned Dec. 12, is on
21. with only a few ripples in the Reddish's reasons sufficient and High. board member Rodney llall.
water. agreed to his absence."I target. Duncan said he anticipates Thoughts now are to use inmate
think directors are different opening bids in late February- on the labor to build the fence. Smith said,
The changes include: animals than principals" Chairperson restoration. with PRIDE of FL the corporation
said. Duncan also reported that in- that
Spengler manages prison industry,suppl
surance will the fees of architect
-A written recommendation by the pay ing the posts.
Don Morgan who is designing the
superintendent nn every item on thepgcnda Yet another change is that no
,something that so far seems longer will bids be held until regular restoration of the building he In cither Jan. 21 action the school
board meetings to be opened, to originally built back in 1971. board
much liked by school ;
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action. The insurance will also pay for '
t ben. Food up service bids were opened at replacement of $70,000 of furniture Asked Supt. Duncan to reactivatethe 'I; :
the board Monday destroyed in the burned building, citizen's blue 5 -
consent agenda and an action meeting night, said.Outstanding. ribbon committeeto '
agenda.Board member Rodney Hall and as usual, turned over to the Duncan evaluate the 5-year education plan '
asked Monday night for discussionat staff fur evaluation and award at the StudentsTo being prepared for the school : -
the next workshop set Feb. 4, next meeting.The district as required by stale law.
what should be contained in the consent board could meet any time to be Recognized... t
agenda. Hall, who balked a bit approve bids, Han said. "We're paid A new feature at monthly board Was reminded about a legislationwork : :
at the Jan. 14 workshop said Mon- pretty good. We don't mind doingour meetings will be recognition of session set Friday. Jan. 25, at
day night he's always been opposedto job. We'll meet back at anytime outstanding students and programsin 10 am..in the Western Steer Steak
a consent agenda because using ." Hall stated. the district. Duncan introducedtwo House in Starke. The annual conference Rr
one would abrogate the school Future Farmers of America is for school administratorsto -
board's responsibility. The consent Supply Purchasing members who recently won area voice their concerns to area : v.f '

agenda groups routine items to be Source is Changed... speaking competition.FFA legislators. t---

approved board. in one motion of the school The school board unanimously approved advisor Paul Hutchins said Approved for advertisement anda Supt. Jim Duncan Takes Oath...
Duncan's recommendation
Supt. Duncan assured HaD his to reject a contract proposed by theME Lee White won compeitHin in extemporaneous public hearing on a proposed newly' elected School Supl. Jim Duncan takes the oath of office
remarks were well taken and that Florida Education Consortium: ) speaking Raymond school board rule on child abuse. Monday night before a few friendly administrators and
White won for his prepared address The public hearing will be set for work hard and in
Duncan would be glad to discussHall's based in Palatka. to provide school board members. Duncan promises to
comments in the upcomingwork teaching supplies, such as pencilsand on the future of agriculture. Feb. 18, date of the next regular the best interest of the children of Bradford County. Duncan said

session. paper. to the Bradford district CoUey Road Patrol... board meeting. the .upninle>ndent's Job with employees is lo encourage them.-
Instead Duncan said, supplies will
Another procedural change is be purchased through the Alachua Board member J.R. Jim) Aprpoved an FFA request to
that administrators won't be required School District, at about 10 percent Lawson commended the Starke show and sell steers in the upcoming
to attend board meetings if more than Alachua The supplies Pobce Department for heavy enforcement Bradford County Fair.
there is nothing on the agenda per- will be broken down by school of Col ley Road on the east r----------------l
taining to that administrator's job by Alachua District employees,said side of Souibside Elementary Gave permission for a 15-year-old
assignment.That Operations Director Leonard School, an area recently brought to BKS student to attend the vo-tech
the aUeDban: of the school board as center full time. Such a student : 1
his staff cf
Register lot
saving a
change ran into trouble at the trouble. dangerous because of a lack of speed would probably drop out of school .
first school board Red,'henFinance Main complaint about the jaasi sgns. unless such a step is taken, said I
Director Mike was have been erected and Duncan.
Speed signs Supt. Ordinarily a person 16 "
with the
purchasing agreement consortium
absent when needed to answer a late city patrolman have made arrests must be 16 to attend the adult vo- "
was deJ.h'ery.were Supplies
question. Chairperson Patricia and drivers down tech
delivered are slowing on-Col- classes Smith said.
not in time for the I
Spengler asked. "Where is Mike!" ley Road Lawson reported.
Supt. Duncan paused and clearedhis opening of the last two school terms.
Duncan said. BEA President Julte n
throat... __ Driving Range... THE BRADFORD 1
Miller a BBS English instructor
Board member HaD injected said teachers would appreciate improvement Clearing work is 80 percent complete COUNTY TELEGRAPH }
"He's.one that is not required to be in the service. on the commercial vehicle Published Thursdayat 1
here.! Hall said given the information truck driving range being built on
Vo-Tech Director David Smith. about the complaints,he'd agree to a the western edge of Camp Blanding 133 W. Call Street
defending Reddish, said Reddish change. between SR-16 and SR230. Starke. Florida 32091

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I Arrests Over the Past Week in BradfordThe Starke, FloridaSubscription Rates: Now Appearing

following individuals were ar- at the apartments on Brownlee Rd. Kim Norm, 21, of Starke was arrested In-trade area: $10.00 per year d ROBIN & PAULA Io
rested by local authorities duringthe and Covington was arrested. Bond Jan. 15 for violation of proba $5.5O six months 964-8431
past week in Bradford County: was set at $552.50, he was releasedon tion. Bond was set at$500, accordingto Come in for.... 504 W. Call Starke I
his own recognizance. Deputy Eugene Lee Outside area: $11 1 I per year .
Alfonzo Covington of Starke was Michael Lee Ryon 39, of Starke $6.00 six months I/Z price ODCCISl eootv/coupwinmUaii. -J
arrested Jan. 19 for disorderly con- was arrested on a capias for failureto tloms lttldm 1 1 _
duct and burglary of structure according pay court cost of$10,according to v -. ---,.., -, .-- w .
to Patrolman Paul Rhoden. Investigator David Aderholt. Ryon nt
Police were called to a disturbance paid the$10 fine.

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"hylrllpageIAI, well 'until about 6T40 a:mT Monday
of current its required::;; : ToFheating1'homes. '"whetf the heat went oft'bec US4!! of a"1'''.v Xpa.a.. .. e. ..ry., pp.t I lltUp 'n ihtuu i ev v
power failure. After the heal went
The clerk said the power outage off, the water stopped and then the -
sent some residents to neighbors' lights went off, Clark said. : 4.4
homes heated by gas,or kerosene or
wood to keep warm until the power Clark said more than half the
was restored. Hampton area elementary students VALENTINE LOVE LINES
At Hampton Elementary School, didn't come to school and those that
Principal Connie Clark said all went arrived were able to go back home.


I Bradford Berries... .

(from page LA) going through...the largest seige of 15 words 3.00
that the stems actually burst," said devastation" he can rememberand -
grower Morris Carter. Jr. "This perhaps the worst in history. II. .h.
time the plants were more dormant, This is the fourth quarter out of five t d
due to previous cold snaps,and were that the state has suffered Your Own Of Love o
more resistant to freeze." devastating freezes, pest and Compose Message
Agriculture Commissioner Doyle disease problems, including the
Conner said Florida agriculture is dreaded citrus canker Conner said. .- :: 'a Bring in or mail with $3.00 to : '

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I : Humane Society Approves Euthanasia Method, i.I


ti 1 4 t The Bradford Humane Society gram as a means of facilitating Further the city has announced that iv vtuubu tw i/uuiicly uckixiwluclge"r !"t
wishes to commend the City of possible return of animals to their Mr. Smith will make after-hours the recent very generous contribu- ;
Starke and Mr. Merrell Dees city rightful owners. If a licensed dog is calls: if vicious animals are reported tion received from Mr. and Mrs.
engineer for instituting the latest picked up by the animal control of Bradford Humane Society supports F.E. Whitacre. Those,who wish to :
--ioftftf' !1 stale-approved method of (leer, every effort will be a city-county commission participate in the aims of the Society
w. r y euthanasia at the city-run animal the city to return the anima study on the feasibility of a new and may make donations to the Bradford ;"
shelter. However, all too frequently no improved shelter to be constructed Humane Society P.O. Box 294 '
means of identification is found. hopefully, in the near future, at a Starke, Florida 32091. Some local I
; The recently approved procedure Local residents are reminded that more suitable site. The public is ask- businesses have also kindly allowed
\ employs a chamber which utilizes stray animals may be adopted from ed to voice their support for this proposal collection jars to be placed on the
bottled gas humanely. Animals are the shelter where they are held for to the commissioners. premises; these jars may be obtained -
IWayward then buried at the city dump.In five days following pick-up. from Mr. and Mrs. Dilts of the
recent discussion between the The animal control officer Alan Operating on a very slim budget Starke Shoe Repair Shop. Please
Society and Mr. Dees, both have ad- Smith may be contacted regarding secured primarily from individual help aid animals unable to care for
vocated the city's dog licensing pre adoption of shelter-held animals donors the Bradford Humane Socic- themselves. (

Flood Problems Due Study At Jan. 29 Meeting HereC.R. I

Local elected officials as well as which will be included in the study flooding and plans to alleviate potential and methods to be used the manner '
planning engineering and building and to establish a procedure of coordination flood areas. The Community in which they will be applied and the
w1 t S department staff are being urged to between FEMA the project should also provide four copies of a principles to be employed. The
attend a "Time and Cost" meeting contractor, and the community. base map of the community which presentation will also include a
sponsored by the Federal Emergency Cassels said it is important that will be used to delineate the areas of discussion of study techniques and
Management Agency at the coun- elected officials, as well as planning study," Cassels said. methodologies applicable to specific
L ty courthouse Tuesday, Jan. 29. engineering and building depart- The contractor selected to do the local flooding problems, Cassels
ment staff attend the meeting to flood study will discuss procedures said.
u.w The meeting to be held at 11 a.m. discuss the proposed study area.
+.I'IaG JMAwLMI 7.A?
in the county commission room will Anyone who might provide pertinent -
Pooch... be conducted by Robert Cassels information or data concerning the

Bradford Humane Society Director Lynn Newsome site beside tha latest who has been designated as Con- project is encouraged to attend.
stray in her big-hearted stable a beautiful German Shepard who wandered sultation Coordination Officer for "Community participation at the
up during the cold snap to Lynn's farm on Bayless Highway.; the project.) Purpose of the meeting meeting should consist of an explanation -
This is is to inform the community of the of all flood hazard infor-
dog up for adoption tiue to the lack of room on the farm and anyone
who is interested in the dog may call Lynn at 964-8609. nature and purpose of the Flood In- mation available in the area"
__ surance Study to solicit community Cassels said. "This would normally
input, discuss flood-prone areas include historical data about past

I Insurance Agent Decides Not to Sue County for Favoritism I 1 .

Insurance agent Ron Denmark Roberts Insurance Agency this liability coverage was $8,000 less caine hearing in circuit court on the
who presented lower bids on two of month included general liability than Roberts' and fleet coveragewas second floor. Before Hardy could be
the five insurance policies, has auto-fleet fire money and $3,500 less. He didn't provide a summoned for an official opinion
decided not to file suit against the securities and workman's compen- workman's compensation bid pro the commission voted on a motion by
Bradford County Commission. sation. tection for money and securities Commissioner Wilbur Waters that
All five policies were awarded to Roberts told the commissioners he which might be stolen and coverageof the Roberts' bid be accepted. 13" Bow Now Save
George Roberts Insurance Agency had heard the excuse about agentsnot the county equipment. Denmark criticized the county attorney
at the January board meeting. The having enough time before but Denmark said other agents in for not rendering an opinionon
two policies bid by Denmark could the fact is that many insurance com- Starke failed to bid because of the what was obviously five separate 15fV ?S160
have saved the county some $11,000 panies Just won't bid on some lack of time and the well known policies which could have been
but the county considered the five coverage. Roberts said workman's favoritism Roberts has received. awarded separately and saved the
policies a package deal. compensation is the toughest to get Denmark says six to eight weeksis county money. .2
because of the potential for losing needed for the county to get good Denmark called himself the "new
Denmark said he consulted withan money. competitive bids.Commission boy on the block" but vowed to get a Solid State Electronic
attorney and also called the The county will pay almost$85,000to fair shake from the county by being IgnitionAll
governor's legal staff to determine Roberts' agency for the five Chairman Maxie persistent.
what obligation the county had to accept policies. Carter Jr. said the county would like enmark said a check of the county position carburetor
a low bid. Clerk Gib Brown had for more agents to bid the insuranceand records indicated that in 1980 the Automatic & manual chain oiling system 16" 30" replaceable

adequate time to bid.says He agents said an said if more time is needed then county accepted a bid for fire insurance sprocket-nose bars/17", 21", 25" hard-tipped. 13" & 14" reversible
"They basically told me the coun- agent can't expect to come in and of- when the policies come up again that that was lower than bows also available CounterVibe'' feature for smooth operation
ty can do whatever they want to do," more time should be allowed. Roberts. That police was
fer bids on one or two policies that among Powerful 33 cu. in. engine Powerhead weighs less than 141bs.13n .
Brown pointed out that the state
Denmark said. those held to be part of a package
know will make
At the Jan. 7 county commission they and leave the company without requires no specific time for the bid- deal this month.In Bow
meeting, only two bidders offered money ding process to be advertised nor is another situation in 1982 biddingwas
other which
quotes on insure ce: Denmark and coverage not be as on profitable.areas Brown said may the the lowest county bid offered.compelled to take the advertised on Jan. 4 and bids Reg: S559M Now: *399" You Save: 8180
George Roberts. Roberts has provided five considered to be were'opened on Jan. 14, clearly not
policies were a
insurance Roberts said he was pleased to Available at these participating dealers.
coverage for the coun- package of coverage and all five enough time for getting quotes from
ty for several years provide the county's insurance other agents. Only one bid was offered
policies had to be bid for the agent to coverage and pledged to continue in Florida Pest Control Starke Power Equipment
1982 with 10 days notice
get the business. "top service." Roberts Denmark 539 E. Call St., Starke 322 S. Walnut Starke
Denmark said the favoritism Denmark the policies should Insurance says.
shown Roberts goes back to the time have been considered individually. When the insurance bids were Denmark says the county commis- 964-5745 964-8568
the O1IId ltayThiqpMOM>nbu.x.,lfXL.ea eea imon GA 3174 Call(BIS)3MMAltnougn .
that he served on the county commission Denmark told the commissioners opened Monday morning, Jan. 7, sion should allow more time for nonftvd ot m_altar M.wdur..a..,
**mn OMMr hw IMtn pfwnouMy wonm mmf
and also acted as the zty's '''v-at the Jan. 7 meeting that he receiv- board discussed whether the five agents to bid if they want to get better rim_II.....ymi m n DOM-.H* na>wwwdar qaII41<>i2)3e2-i3Mlor
insurance agent )?''T.d"the for bids about Dec. 2ouldn't policies involved were a package. If prices! on insurance coverage. n.rM.0u10.a aa.R_gur..O.urr.laa.___
Afleij.Spending sevegarn,. :? ,fWi&! request get quotes oJ'anheH> ; !' 'all-fiY poIie bid were connected, then"Derfmark's -. ... .'... .* .,"' ", '. ..
wouldn't be"allowed
ing over records of previous coun y policies by Jan. 7 due to several
meetings,Denmarks said the county holidays reducing the number of because he submitted only two of the
has failed to allow adequate time for working days when insurance com- five.Carter '
other insurance agents to bid pany officials were available to give asked Brown and accoun-
against Roberts. tant Pat Farnsworth at the meeting
definite quotations on coverage. OLDFASHIONEDTIF
The policies awarded to the Denmark said his bid for general whether the policies could be con-
sidered separately. Brown said he
believed the five were a packagedeal
but the county attorney would
Reinstated Patrolman have to make a final determination.

County Attorney Dudley Hardy :'
was out of the room observing a co- BARGAINS

Returns: to Street DutyPoliceman STARKE T

Jerry Miller will be back pay. Miller said he would 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
returning to regular street patrol duty rather not discuss the settlement
Monday, Jan.:' 28, after serving amount. Walter F. Monlz Pastor Subscribe the
about two months as a dispatcher in Chief Bowen was out of town We invite you to worship with us. to
the Starke Police Department. Wednesday and not available for ATTENDED NURSERY :

comment."I Sunday School .. . . 10 a.m. fl
Miller said Wednesday that he had am proud to be a part of the ,Morning Worship .. . . 11 a.m. ; Bradford County TelegraphP.O.
reached an agreement on back pay Starke Police Department" Miller Evening Service . . . B p.m.
owed him the and looking
forward by to returning city to was street duty said. Wednesday Youth . . 7:30: p.m. Drawer A

{i '";
Starke Florida 32091
Miller has been temporarily ,

assigned to street duty by Police .
Chief Jimmy Bowen because of a SMITH :'
manpower shortage created by Get one for yourself
- other city patrolmen attending a CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTIS
school to become certified to conduct -
breathalyzer tests. PLEASED TO ANNOUNCETHE 7, 14
: : R. Y1 at Regular Price
J art
Final settlement reached this OPENING OF HIS NEW OFFICEs
week between Patrolman Miller and ,1i ftL
the City of Starke over his firing. ,
Miller had asked$15,000 in back pay < ,? ,I and one for

and other costs. But the settlement 405 WEST GEORGIA STREET, SUITE A ; YlA t ll l"i
figure was $6,000 The Telegraph
learned Wednesday afternoon. STARKE, FLORIDA 32091
Your Friend at
Miller was fired in November 1983 964-7913
even though an arbitrator called into
hear the case said the officer shouldbe
reinstated. .... 1/2 Price
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen said he
was not bound by the arbitrator's BRADFORD COUNTY COURTHOUSE
decision and refused to rehire SEND MY SUBSCRIPTION TO

Miller. .'
fired by Bowen eeeotrrr s r r py aer e ri ; '.
Miller, 32, was =
after he allegedly entered the police r- ., NAME "
station intoxicated and damaged a
door in the building.

Miller denied being intoxicated : _... ADDRESS

and said he didn't slam a door at the 1SPECIAL CITY
police station so hard that it was
damaged He said the door was
already damaged and the cost to fix i iII STATE ZIP '

I it was $1.76. .t' ,

! The arbitrator, Jerome Kerns 4' Deck 3 Sides :;: SEND A GIFT SUBSCRIPTION TO

was brought into< the case under .&;; ,
I terms of the Police Benevolent 8' deep electric included .: NAME
Association's contract, which required II > \. 1Completed
, a hearing on the matter.That Clean Up Site ,. "
j hearing took( place in April 1984 and In 10 Days -- ADDRESS ,..'j
filed in : I
,I the arbitrator's report was '., .' ,
sufficient I
June. The report
$9 ODD
' were not given for the fir CITY
I ,
:I ing. 24 Yrs. ExprienceF Buy Of A Lifetime16'x32'x3' : STATE ZIP

refused to reinstate
i After Bowen

y' Miller the case was taken to circuit ................. ..........,.,. to 8' deep '
with ladder diving board I '
: ordered Oct. 18 that Miller be i 111: ((904)) .11 ,
reinstated and the city give him I : i I filter motor ,
i back pay.Miller's. i i i Make Check. for '15.00 to the Bradford County Telegraph ,

I l Smith II i./ ? : Offer Expires January 3'i, 1985
;, attorney, Rodney
said Miller was due about $6,000 In


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fags '.t TELEGILIPll January Z.., 19115
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Opinion and Commentary::. ::: ;:/ ": : Kingsley. Lakeside. and Lake_ iew- -

:\ >, .. .

",,\) Were Thriving Settlements in 1880sWanton

Code Enforcement Boards .. "
... .
S. Webb's directory of Florida, -
published in 1885, contains information 4i '
Have Important about several settlements located in Clay ,

County, but close enough to the Bradford 1
County line to be of interest to readers of

The creation and organization of a and other technicalities. One legislatorsaid The Telegraph, especially in the Kingsley
I Code Enforcement Board for the City of that police officers tend to overlook area.

Starke gives the town additional means some violations of non-criminal or- One of these villages was "Lakeside",
located on"Sand Hill Lake",which is now
for dealing with the enforcement of non- dinances because of delays and red tape in the Camp Blanding reservation and has
criminal ordinances when complianceis involved in such cases. Allowing code been renamed Lowry Lake in honor of

the desired objective rather than enforcement boards to enforce such or- World War II General Sumter Lowry, of
fines or jail sentences. dinances would be more economical for the Florida National Guard.

municipalities because police would not Webb's directory says Lakeside was set-
Although, the main purpose of have to spend their time "waiting tled in 1881 by M.W. Lee who was
creating the Code Enforcement Board around for several hours until the case postmaster of the village in 1885. The
was to strengthen Starke's ordinance is called." population at that time was 150, and the
dealing with unsafe buildings, the board location was described by Webb as "very
will have broad jurisdiction and One of the beauties of code enforce- fine", being situated "on rising ground
about 25 feet above the level of the lake.All
ment boards is that
authority to enforce all technical codesin when persons kinds of vegetables and tropical fruits are
the City of Starke, including, but not charged with violating city ordinancessit successfully cultivated, and facilities are
limited to, occupational licenses, fire, down with citizens who are not excellent for cattle and sheep raising.
building, zoning, and sign codes. Or- lawyers or judges, nine times out of ten There are fine opportunities for several
dinance 303-A, as explained to membersof they are able to work out their difficulties kinds of machinery, notably" sawing,
grinding and ginning. Besides the post
the new' board last week, providesthat without going to court. Time office, the; settlement boasted a church Early Baptismal Scene at Kingsley Lake

"alleged violations of any of the and money is saved for everyone.In "presided over" by Rev. G.W. Hall..:

aforesaid codes and ordinances may be order to give our Code Enforce- The settlement must have grown rapidly made in 1859 by Simeon Strickland, and, "The lake district extends from
in courtat since Florida State Gazeteer for one other gentleman. A post office was Kingsley, in the west central part of the
remedy ment The
pursued by appropriate Board the tools for ,
effective established
necessary in 1880, H.W. Strong being the county, to its southern border, and in the
the 1886-87 reported that Lakesidehad
the option of the City Commission or enforcement, the ordinance year school Methodist and present postmaster. There are now two opinion of many is the most beautiful sec-
its authorized representative whose bestows the a public .churches the Baptist Rev. L.W.
following powers: Episcopal churches, grist, saw, and plan- tion, being identical in character with the
responsibility it is to enforce that Kickliter pastor, and the Methodist Rev. best portions of Putnam, Orange, and
*To subpoena ing mill, cotton gin run by water power, "
alleged violators and Harvey Webster pastor. In Webb's opinion -
code ordinance." other "back-bone" counties. In its vicinity
or and store. There
respective one was "stage com-
witnesses to its hearings. munication" three times a week with "Kingsley is a place highly recom- lies a tract of oak scrub land,which is probably
A bill to broaden the powers of code *To subpoena records Starke,which was the nearest railroad,ex- mended for invalids." the most unreliable of all for cultiva
enforcement boards even farther to in- and other surveys, plats press, and telephone station. Mail serviceto The Florida Cazeteer gives a more tion. It is, however, of limited extent, and
clude the enforcement of animal control documentary evidence.To Lakeside was on Monday, Wednesday. detailed description of Kingsley as is interspersed with tracts of choice hum
ordinances such as leash laws and dog take testimony under oath. and Saturday. follows: Population 200. K.W. Strong, mock land."Settlers.
postmaster. First settled in 1879. Situatedon
licensing, will likely be introduced at *To issue orders having the force and Unimproved lands were selling for $5 to the north side of Kingsley Lake, seven are coming in rapidly,locating
the next legislative session. effect of law, commanding whatever $10 per acre, and improved were listed at miles northeast of Starke, the shipping homesteads and planting orange groves.
Under this proposal, the code boards steps are necessary to bring a violator $10 to$40 per acre. point and nearest express and telegraph Land is steadily increasing in value. Immigration -
could enforce non-criminal city or- into compliance. station. Vegetables and oranges are the has the same effect here, as
dinances excluding traffic laws and J.W. Burnham was the constable; Mrs. principal shipments. elsewhere. The newcomer invariably has
*To establish and fines W.B. Dean, teacher, and J.T. Fewkes "orange mania" and his principal ,
levy as provided Kingsley has Baptist and Methodist anxiety
violators to fines for non-
compel pay for in the operated the saw, grist, and planing mill, churches is to get a grove established as quickly as ;
ordinance. The school
cost of razing and public steam saw mill
compliance. The intent is to give CEBs the cotton gin.
and one store. Mails may T be. His actions are watched by his
unsafe Tuesday, Thursdayand
ordinances where or clearing . j
jurisdiction over debris Saturday. Unimproved land sells at native-born neighbor, hitherto apathetic in
compliance is the objective, rather than or health-hazardous waste froma Lakeview described in $10 per acre, and improved at$25. regard to such matters, but who speedily
site may also become a lien againstthe was The becomes infected and follows in the
penalties Gazeteer as "A new settlement and village Residents of Kingsley at that time were: wake."
Since the abolishment of municipal property.A recently started. Situated on the south side J.C. Blanchard, and C. Hartnutt,

courts in the 1970s, most cities have had code enforcement board that takes of Kingsley Lake, it has no post office as carpenters; Wm H. Heappard, justice of But the "orange) mania" of 1885 was to
difficulty enforcing their non-criminal its duties seriously can be a tremendous yet, nor any business pursuit." (Editor's peace, notary public, and real estate last only another decade. Just as the
note: It is believed that Lakeview M. Kelble
was agent ,justice of Wm.
; C.
ordinances. The present system often force for good in It orange groves were coming into full
any community. can
near a large orange grove, called the Ladd, saw mill and notary public; M.W.
bogs down in red tape, with a maze of also be a useful tool in making Starke Sundell Place,on the south side of the lake, Ordway,carpenter; R. Puddy,land agent; realize maturity a and growers on their were investment beginning, along to
affidavits, warrants, getting the state more likely to become a certified Blue which was abandoned after the freezes of A. Smith, carpenter. came a killing profit freeze in the winter of

attorney's office to file informations, Chip community. 1894 and 1899.) Fruit and vegetable growers were: A. 1894-95 and again in 1899 that killed the

Strickland A.P. Huggins, M.W. Ordway, groves and convinced growers that the
Webb's directory described Kingsley as J.F. Prevail, R. Puddy, L.W. Kickliter, J. citrus industry should move farther south.
"a small settlement numbering about 200 Osborn J. Silcox, J.C. Webb, A. Smith, The freezes of those winters were com-
Court's Decision Is Plus souls, located on the banks of a beautiful and A.P. Hughes. parable to the Christmas freeze of
a lake of that name in the western part of December 1983,and those just experienced
Regarding the "lake district" of
Clav County The first settlement was Clay
." County Webb's directory again this week, when the mercury dippedto
says: 8 degrees in Bradford County.

J! etter Control Schools ,:, 1 %- '
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Cot e 'Board Organiges an'ii Starts WftrkSpiros
"A rifle-totingyouth who 'always talked about war' opened fire in t

the hallwnv of his ju-' '--'ph* yesterday, killing the principaland
Drivas was elected chairman of additional properties considered hazar- Under the ordinance
wounding two teachers and a student. the Code Enforce-
the City of Starke Code Enforcement dous a vacant, dilapidated building ment Board has broad not only in
on powers
"The boy entered the school shortly before 11 a.m. and was con-
Board at an organizational meeting held in
the north side of Pratt Street, across from the matter of hazardous buildings, but also
fronted by Principal Jim McGee about carrying the weapons. The the city hall Thursday Jan. 17. Pat Welch the county jail; a burned garage on has jurisdiction to hear and enforce all

youth. opened fire, striking McGee and a teacher. : was elected vice chairman. highway 16, just west of U.S. 301; and a technical codes in the City of Starke, including -
".Theyouth then walked to a classroom area, where a teacher and ,Attorney Johnny Hobbs reviewed the city collapsing structure on Highway 16 on the but not limited to, occupational
student: were shot in the hallway. The boy left the school and was ordinance adopted by the City Commis- east bank of Alligator Creek. In the case of licenses, fire, building, zoning, and sign

captured about 90 minutes later." sion last year creating a Code Enforce- the burned-out Nollman property on N. codes.
ment Board its Zoning director L.M. Gaines said the
jurisdiction, en- Street
Cherry it decided
.. was that the
forcement board was required to meet at least
procedures, penalties and ap- owner should be renotified since there wasa once
every two months, but could meet call
These excerpts from a story in Mon- drugs that threaten the stability of peals.In action Thursday night, the board several technical months flaw in the The first fire notice took sent out as needed. ,. on

day's daily newspapers added more many American schools. Together with agreed to send notices to owners of tiiree. November 1983.ago. place in The next regular meeting will be held on
significance to last week's Supreme the Court's decision, there must be cor- Thursday, March 7, at 7 p.m.

Court ruling that gave school ad- respondingly higher standards,

ministrators and teachers the right to stronger action, and more positive con-

search .students if they have cern on the part of parents and County Agent's Notebook by Bobby L. Taylor I
"reasonable grounds" to believe they communities-at-large. County Extension Agent

might uncover a violation of law or .
school regulations. But the decision, if applied correctlyand

in good faith, provides a significanttool February is the last month of the year to February DeadlineFor rather cold winters satisfy rest early so
"Drug use and violent crime in the that will give school administratorsand transplant, bareroot plants in the land- that the plants start growing with the first
schools have become major social pro- teachers more confidence in improving scape. This also applies to dooryard fruit Planting warm spell which makes them subject to
blems" in recent years, the Court affirmed discipline and the general state orchard.trees if you have plans for starting a home Bareroot Fruit Trees injury by later cold weather, particularly

in its majority opinion, and of order in the classroom, in the cor- Fruit growing is an interesting and quirement of the species or variety.A late younfruil.frosts/ which. may destroy the bloomor
schools have faced serious problems in ridors, and on the campus. In this rewarding hobby which provides fresh plant which does not receive sufficient
maintaining order in the classroom. respect, it will strike a blow to the fruit at the peak of its maturity.Fruit trees chilling!to satisfy rest is usually delayed in We have a good fact sheet on fruit
can also be an attractive addition to manyof leafing out and blooming. Often, the opening varieties that should help you select the
Since the more permissive attitudes general atmosphere of malaise that has our landscape situations. of flower and leaf buds will be scat- species and variety of the fruit trees that
toward "individual rights", so much in afflicted discipline in so many U.S. There are many kinds of fruit which can tered over a long period of time. Plants might interest you. Call or come by your
evidence now in all phases of our societyhas schools in recent years. be grown in our area. You can successfullygrow will live only a very few years wilt i Hsuffi- County Agent's office for your copy, or if
failed to solve these troublesome apples, blackberries, blueberries, .cient winter chilling. On the other hand, you want more information.
figs, grapes, nectarines, peaches, pears,
problems, the Court apparently felt it pecans, plums and some citrus varieties
was time to test an application of addi- like satsuma, calamondin and kumquat. .
tional authority for schools to enforce Only Two Weeks Left Selection of species and varieties is Forestry in Bradford County

their own rules of discipline. critical for fruit production as plants I
which are not adapted to local conditionswill By David W.Norton
Intent of the Court's decision was ob- Before Biff Garage Sale generally fail to produce regardless of Bradford Co.Forester
viously to place responsibility 'on how much care and attention the plants
receive. Weather is perhaps the single Care Is NeededTo Wait a moment, are you sure you know
schools to act in good faith when con- most important factor which determines Avoid DamageIn the best procedure for pruning trees? If
ducting such searches, in order to protest where fruit crops can be grown. Winters Trees you aren't sure, contact my office and you
the rights of students, and avoid may be too cold for some, too short for can receive a brochure which can clear up
overreacting with any abuse of power others and still others may suffer from any doubts or misunderstandings about
/ summers'heat and humidity. Consequently Does it seem cold out to you? Here's a tree pruning. Don't do a 10'job on the one
The Court's opinion seems to affirm species and varieties of fruits should be suggestion on how to build up heat and protect item in your yard that provides beauty and
policies already in effect in Bradford chosen on the basis of historical weather your trees at the same time. shade worth many more, dollars than the
schools which hold that schools patterns. Some considerations of weather Winter, and early spring are the best care which you provide.If .
County Only two weeks remain before the are discussed briefly in the following: times to prune your shade trees, for the you get out there right now, sawing
have the right to enforce their own rules opening of the Big (Santa Fe Starke Most fruits go through the winter in a pruning operation .now causes the least limbs down will make you feel a lot
when they have "reasonable grounds"to at the dormant state called the "rest period". damage of any other time period. Pruningnow warmer and once the wood dries you can
believe they are being violated. Center) Garage Sale starting Generally; this is associated with short while the tree is somewhat dormant burn it in your fireplace and heat your
Nevertheless, principals, teachers, and Old Courthouse February 7 and continuing days, cold weather and loss of leaves. Exposure will begin a healing over process early in home. You don't have a fireplace or
through February 10. to winter temperatures for a certain the spring when a tree begins its growing woodstove? They're ideal for heating when
will doubtless welcome .
administrators length of time prepares the plant to cycle. the electricity' goes out and when it's chilly
, the Supreme Court decision that sane- Public response has already been start active growth again when It is good advice to make pruning a part outside. You can also get warm by split-
: tions the "reasonable grounds" policies tremendous, but much, much more temperatures are more favorable for of your regular yard maintenance program ting the firewood
and removes the threatof growth. because it preserves the tree's appearance -
already use, could be brought In for sale to help
and health. .
charges of violating student rights. raise funds for adapting the Old Temperatures below 45'F: are known as A homeowner good who's determined to Meeting Set Tonight

This is to say that all due caution must Courthouse for college classroom hours chilling below temperatures.45'F accumluate The through number the of prune a tree himself should have a proper To Discuss State's

be used in exercising this authority. The winter months and constitute total hours of understanding of the job. Large trees can Future Growth: PlanA
be because have
dangerous they generally
misuse of the "reasonableness" stan- use.All chilling. Our area has an average of about.
citizens of the county are askedto heavy limbs. If you have any doubt about public assembly to discuss Florida's
dard by an overly zealous person eagerto join In this unified effort by sear- 350 Species hours of and chilling.varieties differ in the your ability to handle the job, get help. A proposed plan to guide state,regional,and
use his'or her new-found authority ching their,homes and premises and amount of chilling they must have in orderto momentary loss of balance by either the local governments in preparing for future
must be carefully guarded against. bringing In all Items that' are In complete rest and resume normal homeowner disaster. .or the tree is an obvious routeto growth will be held tonight (Thursday) at 7p.m.
Some authorities think the Court'sdecision usable condition and can be sold to growth which Is considered the chilling re- ,. This in assembly the county will courthouse.be one of 17 public

may promise more than it can benefit the Center.. meetings scheduled throughout the State
deliver in the way of curbing use of ,','.'2' .. this month and will be open to the public,
Items may be ,brought to the Old NNN as well as all governmental officials.
drugs in school, as well.as tragic Incidents Courthouse on Tuesdays, : ; The 1984' Legislature required the
such as, the fatal shooting of a Thursdays, and Saturdays from 10 development of such a plan to provide
guidance for state, regional and local
school principal. In and of
I junior high a.m. to 3 p.m. government; Gov. Bob Graham has sub
Itself, the Supreme Court decision will' ..... In parts of Indonesia people once avoided making loud noise In the rice mitted the initial draft of the plan to the
not totally end violence and the use of fI.td..at.. H frighten the rice plants. Cabinet for review.


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I Rings on their fingers" .Engagements..Approaching Marriages. ., .!.. ".". .,, .1

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Elizabeth J. Gleason, +4 .d '" Constance Cage, : .e ;,. .. _..... _.,'J.. Donna Samons
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Harry W. Tison, II .." Thomas H. Williams _. ., .!. $'.lrc :;':'. David Tew

To Wed Feb. 23 Plan March Wedding .,,' )'. l\!\ ., Plan April Wedding
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Mr. and Mrs. James Gleason an- Mr and Mrs. David W. Cage of ; .,.,, ,..t"1'" .." ,<. Mr. and Mrs. John Samons an-
nounce the engagement and ap- 1 Gainesville announce the engage .. ; !f.F\ F ::.V )It" "'! nounce the engagement and ap--
proaching marriage of their ment and approaching marriage of \, "";; / ,J''''''>,' jMil.. ; \ proaching marriage of their
ryk: 1rl daughter, Elizabeth, all of Starke, to their daughter, Constance Lynn, to ';, tI : f. .l" daughter, Donna, to David Tew, son
Harry W. Tison, II, son of Mr. and Thomas Hamilton Williams, son of \" \I I1Wj." ; / of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tew, all of

Mrs. Harry Tison, I, all of Raiford. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williams of / ; :!, Starke.
The bride to be is a 1983 graduateof Starke. ,:: The bride-elect is a graduate of the
Bolivar Central School, Bolivar, Both the groom to be and bride J 'I University of Florida and is a
NY. and is employed at McDonald'sin t elect are Juniors at.'Florida State teacher at Hampton Elementary
Starke. Mr. Tison is a 1984 SIT D' i" University in Tallahassee :. School. The groom-to-be graduatedfrom
1 majoring
't".v. ..
graduate of Bradford High School in accounting.A ....-. ... .... '".,. Elon College, N.C. and is a
and is stationed at Ft. Gordon, Ga. March 15 wedding, in Gainesville Donna Samons teacher and coach at Bradford High

The wedding is planned for Saturday Susan P.Going is planned. David Tew School.
Feb. 23, at 2 p.m. in Heilbron Phil "Fools" Prevatt .. The wedding is planned: for Satur-
Baptist Church. All friends and day, April 13, at 3 p.m in the Chapelat
Rhoda Norton relatives are invited to attend. Camp Blanding. All friends and
Susan P. Goins, relatives of the couple are cordially
invited to attend.
Phil PrevattTo
II Rhoda Ada Norton,
Crites Wed March 9

: Plan Feb. 16 Wedding Rosa Lee and Sally Goins an- .

nounce the approaching marriage of ,, The Social Side
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Norton of their mother, Susan Padgett Goins, vt' ;
Starke announce the engagementand daughter of Dewitt and Rose

approaching marriage of their Padgett, all of Starke, to Phillip L. .
daughter, Rhoda Ada, to Gregory M (Fools) Prevalt, son of Rowell and Mooty Of The
Charles Crites, son of Mr. and Mrs. e aEL Wordna Prevatt, all of Lawtey.The Gladys
J.W. Taylor of Sugar Grove, Ill wedding ceremony is to take
The wedding will take place Feb. place Saturday, March 9, at 7 p.m. at If Society Editor,
16, at 11 a.m., in the Lutheran the Lawtey Church of God.
Church in Keystone Heights with a The bride-elect is employed at the ,' ., 96,-76o8 News !
reception following at the Norton Bradford County Telegraph. The "

home. groom-elect is employed at Parrish .
All friends and relatives are invited ; Pulpwood, Inc., Maxville.All .
to attend. LI friends and relatives are in- Constance Lynn Cage
vited to attend the ceremony. Thomas II.Williams
Reception to Honor Newlyweds Feb. 3

Elizabeth Gleason
Harry Tison, II Friends of Mr. and Mrs. William Calling hours will be between 3
David Hurse are honoring the pm, and 5 p.m. Invitations are not
recently married couple at a recep- being sent locally, but all their
tion Feb. 3 at the First friends are invited to join Myrna Lou
Sunday, ,
Hospital Auxiliary Has Program On Back Problems United Methodist Church in Starke. and.Dave on this very special occasion -

Jerry Fisher of the Physical in same relationship; how to get in Geneva. hospital addition which will hopefully -
Therapy Department at Bradford shape and good posture tips. A lively Mrs. Thomson reminded open in the summer of '86.

Hospital, Inc. presented a programon question and answer period followedthe members of the city and countywide Bernadine Early, hospitality shop NOTICEThe
'Back to Backs", a guide to talk. Garage Sale for the Santa Fe Com- chairman, stated the shop had takenin
preventing back injury at the President Marjorie Thomson munity College that time is drawingnear $610 during the Nov.-Dec. period.
Hospital Auxiliary dinner-meeting presided over the meeting and an- for the sale to be held the second Mr. O'Steen stated that Dr. Brian Bradford County Sheriff's Office is
Monday night at Western Steer nounced Patty Moore will be the week in February and to get Wood of Keystone Heights has been
Steak House. speaker at the April meeting, who out all the good, clean, usable items added to the hospital staff which brings accepting applications for the position of
Judy Moore, assistant ad- works with Hospital Volunteers that in the house and take to the old cour- to a total of six active admitting

ministrator of the hospital, introduced assist patients in the home or at the thouse. Workers will be needed to doctors.At Correctional Officer at the Bradford County -
the speaker who explained in- assist in selling as well as buyers.
depth how to lift properly; stabilize Tree new members were Mrs. Moore and AdministratorRip the March meeting, the Aux-
your back; keep the back straightand welcomed into the Auxiliary: Agnes O'Steen talked on the new. iliary will have a representative Jail; apply at Sheriffs Office, Bradford
prevent problems; do not lift Dinkins of Starke; Estelle Minton of developments that are taking placeon from Santa Fe Healthcare Systemsas
and twist keep shoulders and back Raiford and Thomas Morris of Lake the construction of the new speaker. I County Courthouse.

I Junior Club Making Plans For Strawberry Queen PageantThe Dolph E. Reddish

The set for Jan. 24 and from Hostesses for the evening were
Strawberry Queen Pageant Strawberry Queen Pageanthas 25, 8:45-10 Sheriff
Lisa Tina McRae Seleeta
Kelly, ,
been a.m. at the Southside
and Latch Key program were tentatively set for March Elementary
discussed at the Junior Woman's 30. Club members decided on which School. The local police, firemen, Whitehead.Brown, Kitten Denmark and Dora
Club of Starke committee they wished to work for and paramedics are volunteering
Monday, Jan. 14. monthly meeting the pageant. their time to help with these self- .."" \ .,- L'.< ...,-=. .. UT ??"?" ." u _n_ ..,, ,, __.
The latch-key program has been help skills for our children.

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AlphaNiPf DKG Planning all ,: VITULT CLE/WJINCE

I Party for Nursing Home Feb. 10 5 .a6 Vn.'C1i .

rl na
Plans were made for a Valentine structing the Delta Kappa Gamma
Nu of the Delta .

Kappa tional Alpha met Gamma at the Chapter Lake Society Butler Interna-Middle sing party Home for the on Whispering Sunday, Feb.Pines 10. Nur- Crest The and Lake Key Butler, using hostesses colored served felt. r'S' 'W tJJ1 }()) f5' ,:," :., \i

refreshments of hot spiced tea and : ,I .
School on Tuesday night, Jan. 15. Mona Canova spoke to the group ., ,'" I .. "
assorted foods. The refresh-
openedthe about the Santa Fe Community College finger
Janet Walters, president
ment table covered with red
sale project and en- was a GENT'S ANNIVERSARY
the of garage
with Pledge
couraged members to contribute to tablecloth and centered with a DIAMOND RINGS ALLNoritake BANDS
and brief inspirationaltalk. .
Allegiance a v ct. TW
this worthy,cause. winter arrangement of snow, & Mikasa .,
snowmen, and white branches.The V4 Cl. TW STOCK I VOUR CHOtCB
It decided by unanimous vote The Personal Growth and Services e IN / j .. =n $499
committee were in charge of the pro- meeting was adjourned with $39 :: f1
to contribute $25 to a money tree to 5 0 /c 14 Kl W Ct TW WI! l /iiii!
the singing of the Delta Gam- "RINC..1W : '
be presented to retiring State gram. Nancy Brewer and Julia Rip- Kappa OFF SS99 $299 /JL '. 14 St.H : .
Treasurer Dot Oliver at the Golden plinger directed the group in con- ma song. Cl. TW

Anniversary Convention in April. $349 CHAIN SOLDERING BRIDAL SETS ,

elm 4'NMI'e9/NWMe7IN4l4e4ih' w eiy1ill40ei7Ul'eYIN'eB44Geeeeeeeee,9e w % Cl. TW M.99 ," ":' .
slip nrn W tnnn W.4 W'N' e $349 ...."Chun l"g.u,.HlgMil .. .' ,: '.
B-U Retired Teachers /! / ': ;li' f' EEbV, Dut i1 JSi4TtiP Wt' "4rJe4rHTIlE .A.1:>...",....._.._. ..-_
f6'1'If1t1 CLUSTER 14 Kl. I4. 14 Kt. 399 '411:"
Take '
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4e' -' W'-lJ'r: ;iWJlT' 'gi"''br'C' l ns4r4rmenureFkJew : DIAMOND VOUH CHOWt roux CHCMCBMS $249 $179DOZENS

Bradford-Union Retired 'e It"" ,", "II,, ,wr?,,,,,," "",,/,1% w.wWlnvIltWr ft GOLD $799 I'
Teachers Association met Thursday .$nW.'I/IItWIPIItr .vu WU.lWtHZl., !:It1,111Q m I/II"II'1IWM WIt 'IJ./f6S 4l a' W/l/II I+oa $177 _

morning, Jan. 17, in the Methodist WAmmer4444"! ee4eean4km: "II/AWIJ WZifJ W. 'QWMII171Mlb'if ZifJ Ih WZifJ 1 aee4k0tcNy414M4eel44n ( / '
Fellowship Building in Lake Butler. 4egw.q,4H6f/k Wr Re44 DIAMOND fh .
After enjoying delicious t / e WAeN4e4Me !a040404040404ettW4 a0Dee0Gei'ee0eee0rr $177
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refreshments served by Mrs. MamieJo r 'ae4000004r 1IIt'IMW'l E, \\. Sea
Douglas and her committee, themeeting' '#W.l.m W WMIAI'J/iII': i I9J4''h 6i1. y 1ANI -
was called to order by 040440304044004043004 0404040404/1/404040404 4tee t e44'?II DsARI LADIES FASHION V Ct. TW
Muriel Norman, president. Minutes zilIAW1l1tW. 'p' 1: 'j!: 1i'lllJW /IIh'lttJlW 7 DIAMOND OF
were read and approved; roll was / '/ .lWI'IM'IIIJq&1: w/'r i lees A FANTASTIC
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called. /he01 IIAIIA 1 pe
During committee reports there eeee00e0y i 09,04e /llAw.JI I n AND GIFTS
discussion of health and other ,4e0EGe0lq WI' W1fA1M1 *
was 50 %
11t e4d904e0q' 001/0! 4B6e0l /!
services available to those who : e0044N00: 'Hi/tw.s 1940N447440de09 J OFF
the state insurance law 'IlIA., U' e0$ .
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applicable to retirees, and things to 0404040304490 1Eeee49/4W4' FkN4Gk e? DIAMOND CULTURED PBARLS AMD
look out for when shopping.Mrs. r49/4'aereWa' /e4e4 I MINI Oru YOUR CHOICE 14 Kl"OOA'HUML"AND DIAMOND DIAMOND GEMS
1IZt 444e449e i' '- xoS19aANONO YOUR CHOICE
Leona Royal and her Pre- lI 'llMr.mqI/JW,.. AMO DIAMOND $77 r.Aa A $99
Retirement Committee have ///40409 N i )s'//d /6 11/1I11/.11 -NO. {its
packets of material on retirement te440W/l .&' /0 1 I aAIgND
/ Genuine Emeraldand
in the schools of Brad- I1/Z4B Jo/z/ AND DING '.
ready toplace rid ,, J Diamond Na.DINMN
ford and Union counties. r >' i&-7. .
Mrs. Mona Canova, Community :, d .mo'Of, f:
j Participation, told of the progress rrIr'tDI. AND MAMOND "
being made in preparation of the INat. .
giant garage sale planned for the I : : h tN Jo l0 J JI' BUTTERCUP OR SIX-PRONQ JUNIOR MISS DIAMOND RINGS

Starke Center of Santa Fe Community PENDANTS AND EARRINGS VOUR CHOICE $77

College. Many volunteers are J ALL 14 Kt. GOLDUTTKRCUP 1i?,
needed to help with this project. -----
the sick andshutin .
i Reports were given on SIX-PHONO

members. The Quick Start Weight Lot Prog tern,the most succe..ful programIn A' 4* 1 IM ....PflMDANT. I MMW
The program, entitled "One Day the history ol Weight Watcher, has now been made even eeler 7a' /M.... .Me M.: I MMttOt 'Til Go
by Mrs. .
At A Time", was presented Improved. with more of the easiest m.nuplens we V. ever offend.So Join lh. ..a IIMM MMM .rUaMND.
Mamie Jo Douglas. After reading .
million of p.opl. who toll millions of pound on the Quick Start ti I IIMIW QI
Romans 13:8-9, she emphasized that t t IM.....m.. ,IMM.n ... (
It's even Program b.caua.this your we ve made It easier-Jut for you.Jut .
of ..r.IMa _
since this is.the beginning a new I. a n d
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aster for your llletyle.Dont welt-Join Weight Watcher**today.: .aM -
time to "turn
year this is a good
over a new leaf". Accept things that ASSORTED GOLD CHAINS 50 % OFF
and change things
that you can. Habits can be broken,
health Improved, conditions be WEIGHT WATCHERS
made better, if we promise
ourselves to do certain things "just SALE ENDSSATURDAY

for today" one day at a time. STARKE ,
The next meeting will be at Starkein ..
March. St. Edward Catholic Church. FEB. LayAwayBank

441 North Temple Avenue Cards

'. Did You Know........... 6:30 : ::1:; Cash
Mondays ..
pm. t ; :cTewe1ry-c;&Gift
New & Rejoining Members Please Arrive 15 Minutes Prior to I

.. Mrs., Maggio Plzzamus her of Scheduled Meeting Time. For more' Information call Toll Free. .Gallery inc.
Brussels, Belgium, was visiting .' '
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and 1.800.342.9155 .*.
Mrs. Reese Scott at Kingsley Lake Mon.-Fd. 9.5:30 Sat 9.2104 W. Call Street -_ 9647271t

for the past five weeks. '" ,


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. Items of Interest Did You KnowMrs. -

Hospice Training Program Starke Church of God

Weeks U.D.C. Has Stuart Strickland Set Feb. 19-Mar. 26 To Hold Revival Robert Undcrill of Palm Bay Peggy Shaller is a pneumonia pa-

Program In Robert E. Lee Hosts Dinnerparty, was last Wednesday overnight guest tient in Bradford Hospital, Inc .
A sh -week for Starke Church of God will hold a IIf Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncricf.
The W.T. Weeks Chapter, U.D.C. Stuart Strickland was host at a Hospice Volunteers will offered in revival beginning Sunday morning, Mrs. R.C. Paterson visited her
held Its regular monthly meeting dinner party last Friday night at cooperation with Bradford Hospital, Jan. 27 through Feb. 6,with services Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bakken of Lauderdale mother, Mrs.last C.S.week.Bowers, in Fort
Monday, Jan. 21, at the Western China Restaurant after his wedding Inc. by the North Central Florida beginning at 11 a.m. Sunday. Breckenridge, Minn., arrived Friday -
Steer Steak House with president: rehearsal with fiancee, Carol Flynn, Hospice This educational program Rev. Mark Winters will be guest for two weeks visit with their
Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber and assisted by his sister, Mrs. is open to the public and will begin speaker. Special singing will be held daughter, Miss Linda Bakken and Mrs. H.M. Richardo visited Mr
presiding. Donald Thornton. Feb. 19. Classes will be held each with each, service beginning at 6 family.Mr. ahd Mrs. Lyle Buck and family in
Following the business meeting, The U-shaped tables were covered Tuesday from 1.5 First. at the Activity p.m. Sunday and 7:30: p.m. nightly. Palatka over the weekend. '
luncheon was served. The table was with red linen cloths and centered Center of the Presbyterian The church extends a warm handof and Mrs. George Huggins
covered with a lace cloth and an arrangement with arrangements of ivy, fern, Church through March 26. welcome to everyone to attend. spent Wednesday to Monday camp V.J. Spengler returned Tuesday of
of pink camellias formed white candles and camellias. The Cost of this educational programwill ing at Anastasia Stale Park and Mr. last week after a week In North

the centerpiece.Mrs. head table was centered with a be $40 and continuing education ADK of Alpha Gamma and Mrs. T.B. Rahn were there Florida Regional Hospital.
Lloyd Wike, historian, crystal candelabra with tall while credits are available to nurses in the Wednesday to Saturday.
presented the program using tapers, wedding bells and white community who wish to register. Have Nutrition Program Mrs. B.C. Ruckdeschel is visiting
material from a.book by Burke satin ribbons. Each lady guest was Hospice is a program designed to Mr.and Mrs. Chuck Newcome and her father, M.L. Jones, in Wilm
Davis, entitled "The Civil War, given a small oriental vase with a support terminally ill patients and Alpha Delta Kappa chapter of son of Orlando visited his parents, in tonDela.whahadsurgeryTuesY -
Strange and Fascinating Facts". In miniature arrangement. their families. Volunteers in the Alpha Gamma, sorority Women Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb, over day. .
remembrance of Robert E. Lee During the dinner the young cou Hospice do various tasks to help Educators, heard a program on the weekend.Mr. .
whose birthday was Jan. 19, Mrs. ple presented gifts to their atten- make life for Hospice families easier Nutrition at its Jan. 14 meeting at and Mrs. Jerry Woner of East
j Wike told some little known interesting dants. and richer. The classes will be the Episcopal Parish Kail. and Mrs. Roy Badman of Moline, III. are house guests of Mr.
facts about Lee, that he Twenty-six guests included the taught by Patricia Moore, R.N., President-elect Carol Redding in- Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada, and Mrs. Walter J. Frick.
had a pet hen chicken he carried wedding party and immediate director of the North Central Florida troduced the guest speaker, Janet were last Friday to Monday guestsof
with him all through the war and she families. Hospice with assistance from Judy Starling, who presented a programon their uncle and aunt,Mr.and Mrs.
laid an egg for him each day. During Moore, assistant administrator and Nutrition. V.J. Spengler.
the Battle of Gettysburg, the hen got director of nursing at Bradford The devotional was given by .. .illlNWA IIII ,..-
lost and Lee would not leave until Did You Know........... Hospital, Inc. Carolyn Taylor and the business
she was found. Call Gina Bennettj Extension 353, meeting was opened by president,
Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber, Mrs. at Bradford Inc., 964-6000, Janet Gunning. Wrestling -
Did You Know........... Herbert Thomas, Mrs. Lester to register for this program.AtlNOUNCltis. Hostesses for the social hour were
Crews, Mrs. Lloyd Wike and Mrs. Jane Trawick, Ernestine Registerand Thurs. Jan. 31
Jan. 15 Duplicate Bridge Club Myrtice Crim, members of the W.T. Willie Mae Denton. ,
results were: first Rhea Johnson Weeks chapter, U.D.C., attended the
and Jyn:Tyrholm; second and District 11 Florida Division U.D.C. Did You Know........... 8 P.M.

and Mabel Cecelia Faikel Terwillegar.; third Lillian Daniel meeting in Lake City on Tuesday. Mrs. Francis Merlie and Mrs. Bradford High School

W.B. Thomson will attend a bridge
tournament in Bermuda Jan.
William Lee Hobbs 25-Feb. 4.Ib. MAIN. EVENT Freebird
Rerun with name corrections:
Mr. "B"
Bryan Blair
and Hobbs Terry Gordie
Kathy Johnny announce
Laura Fernandez and Steven Rutledge the birth of a son, William Pez Whalevy vs
Lee Hobbs, born Jan. 18 at Alachua
General Hospital. He joins a Jessr: Boris Vrchov
Marry Dec. 29 in Miami brother, Christopher, age 2Vi years. Barr
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
Wild Bill Earlwin
Fernandez of was flower girl. The girls gowns and
Laura Lee Mrs. Tom Casey. Maternal
Tallahassee and Steven DeWitt were burgundy with a bussle to com- great grandmother is Mrs. Fred

Rutledge of Kingsley Lake recited plement honor the and bride's bridesmaids dress. The maidof Moore of Lawtey. Paternal grand- ,1 PLUS 4 OTHERS
nuptial vows Saturday,Dec. 29,at 11 bouquetswere parents are Mr. and Mrs. Johnny The
a.m. in St. Brendan's Catholic an array of pink flowers with Hobbs of Tallahassee. Paternal
Miami with William burgundy ribbons and the flower girl Mrs. Mable
Church, Rev. great grandmother is loves mature
F. Mylchreest performing the carried a basket of pink flowers. Smith, also of Tallahassee.
The bride wore a long white gown drivers. Weguarantee
fl ceremony. with a Queen Elizabeth collar and
Scripture readings were done by Brian Thomas Outlaw
Melissa Astrauskas, the groom's complemented with pearls and it.
C. Greco best schiffeli lace. The cathedral train Mr. and Mrs. Outlaw of
sister, Gregory man Tommy
and Manuel S. Fernandez, thebride's the had waistline.layers of Her lace extending veil from Starke announce the birth of a son, you're a driver age A J. THOMAS, III
fingertip was
brother. Brian Thomas, born Jan. 20 in
50 older
The 'bride is the daughter of secured by a bandeau crown Alachua General Hospital. He joinsa or ,The Hartford Former Assistant Federal Defender
Manuel M. Fernandez and Elsa Fernandez decorated with lace. She carried a sister, Rachel, age 4. can guarantee that
of Miami and the groom'sparents bouquet of white roses with baby'sbreath Maternal grandparents are Mr. your auto insurancewont
are Damaris Hague with white satin ribbon and Mrs. Leonard Moore and great he canceled just

f 'Rutledge of Kingsley Lake and streamers.A grandmother is Mrs. Aubrey Moore, because you have an Announces the opening of his office for the
Austin M. Rutledge of Jacksonville.The reception was given by thebride's all of Starke. Paternal grandparentsare accident. What's more, prac-
altar of the church was parents at the Sonesta Beach Mr.and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw and your insurance won't tice of law with emphasis on Criminal Trials and Ap-
decorated with Christmas poinsettias Resort Hotel on Key Biscayne, great grandfather is B.T. Thomas, he canceled becauseof
peals in all State and Federal
where luncheon Courts.
complemented by two white a was served to the all of Starke.
guests. Music was provided for dan- your age or any
chrysanthemum arrangements.
claims you file Plus,
cing entertainment. The champagnetoast
C. Greco of Gainesvillewas
Gregory best man. Groomsmen were was given by Gregory C. Did You Know.........., we offer generous dis

Frank A. Doolan, IV of Miami, Greco, best man. Arrangements of counts for mature 817 N. MainStreet Jacksonville, FL
George W. Brown, HI, Tallahassee, flowers were used as centerpieces at drivers with good
the Mr. and Mrs. AI Carlisle
and Palmer Brown, the groom's dining tables.A Kay driving records.
cousin, from Kingsley Lake. Frank honeymoon trip was taken by returned Jan. 10 from three weeks If a mature 354-4251
WftlkerPalmer, HI of Jacksonville, the couple to Disney World and EP- visit with their son-in-law and driver and want qual-
COT.They stayed in the Club Lake daughter, Chief Petty' Officer Wd.
ffilgt Om's cousin was ring bearer' .
; -, Villas at Lake Buena Vista.:: ;>', Mrs,$dw Jerry),;and f ity protection,specialratec' )
San Germgitr"07afGainesville :
Lyzette leta'des+ //ooil v ; rld lifetime ref .. ,
visited .
sister of the bride, servo The couple Will reside in Iceland. They also < newable auto '., 7'L' I.; '. .dr ; 1n- tw'n" 1. ,.' uv, dlylfy h/ I
in New Editor's note{ It Insurance a
ed as maid of honor, and the Tallahassee where the groom attends England. (
bridesmaids Tallahassee Community College was warmer in Iceland than it was, coverage, ask: for
were Penny Campbell
r, and Rosemary Rubino of and works for the Florida Dept here Monday, Jan. 21.) auto insurance from
Tallahassee and Anne Randell of of Revenue. The bride is a recent The Hartford. Call our
Miami. Patrisha Finney of Miami graduate from Florida State Univer Herb Johnson of Tallahassee was agency today.
sity School of Nursing and is last Tuesday to Thursday guest of Don't make a decision Lois JaneIn
employed by John D. Archbold Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Chism and Robin
Jan. 12 : on automobile
Reception Memorial Hospital in Thomasville, Chism and Andy Ayo of Tampa insurance without
Ga. as a graduate nurse. spent the weekend with the Chisms. a
{ Mrs.. Hague Rutledge and Mr.and quote from us. t.
Mrs. Frank W. Palmer entertainedat
a reception Saturday, Jan. 12, Witness
from 3:30 to 5 p.m. honoring Mr.and
Mrs. Steven DeWitt Rutledge who -- EngineParts Agency

were recently married in Miami. f & Song
The reception was held at the prl"J 964.4571
t Kingsley Lake home of Mr. and Mrs. Sales f
I Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer 101A Edwards Road f
i greeted the guests at the door as SUNDAY
Mrs.Hague Rutledge introduced the mm AUTO LIFE MOBILE HOMES : JANUARY 27
honored couple and Mr. and Mrs. HOMEOWNERS
t Manuel Fernandez, parents of Mrs. I 11OOA.M.Kingsley, .
Steven Rutledge, and Miss Lyzette -
Fernandez, sister of Mrs. Steven I II

Rutledge.The Total I THE HARTFORD I Lake Baptist Church
guests were entertained by
viewing on TV the wedding w. Greg Douglas, pastor Everyone Welcome

ceremony and reception of the
{ honored couple. Sri Irked< .
I The dining room was decorated are -j-i- '
f with arrangements of pink carnations w 1
and candles. Presiding at the Complete Machine Shop Service Quality Automotive Parts 3Buttoxixiillc :Biscuit
table were Mrs. William Peters, Cylinder Head. Engine Block. NAPA Engine Parts I with purchase of
Mrs. John Greene, Mrs. Charles Piston and Rod Reconditioning Perfect Circle Piston Rings I
Darby, Mrs..Neil Tucker and Mrs. Disc. or Brake Service Victor Gaskets 2PieceSnacatBoxThis
Frank W. Palmer, Jr. of Jackson- 1 I I
ville. 1ii.: CenterSTARKE coupon good for 2 places of the Colonel's
Assisting in other Original Recipe? or Extra Crispy,,and a biscuit
hospitalities I for
only $1.29
Limit one
1 coupon per customer. I
were Mrs.TG. Ritch of Jacksonville Coupon good only for combination white/dark
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Randy Scoggins along with other world!' Monday J.". tH: Chicken rice cheese sllx ed vegetables,peach crisp biscuits,milk. :
Girl Scout activities... Hampton Lake News... relatives for dinner on Super Bowl garden salad buttered green puss,chiiciilale chip Friday".b./I Sloppy Joe on bun buttered corn,
Girl Scout Sunday. January Birthdays... cookie, blsulli milk. (Monua written this week by cabbage slaw brownie milk I
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good supply for anyone in this area. returned home on Monday followingone of a bi-monthly publication he Is" Cory Wright and Chris Meng; Jan. peaches,brownie milk. ALA-CARTE \
editing entitled "What's Cooking? Wfdnmduv. Jan. 30: Whaler on a bun baked
Girl Scout Troop 31 held a week's visit with relatives and 13, Tracy and Shawn beam, slaw, .
Bradley cabbage pudding-km-a-slick nlilk.Ther.d.y. I
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Banquet on Fri Shepherd; Jan. 14, Earselene Zim- uera Spickle. milkshakes,O.J.. ,
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banquet which Candy Pons and Mark Smith; Jan. Tliurndoy-French fries pizza chueseburgers, '
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menu. 23, Deidra Jones Each day students have a choice of a not lunch or
may write to Allen Kent at What'sCooking potatoes green beans chocolate cake biscuits,
La. also welcomed them as guests. Powers Jan. 24 salad bar or they may purchase-la-rsrte. ,
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I. Cagers Fall Just Short Against, Sixth-ranked_ Broncos;

After a 47-46 loss to Union High in Class 3A,Chandler pulled another High five will come to the BHS gym the Tornado five did a good job battling game. Robert Bellamy had 18
last Thursday, Jan. 17, and a 65-62 steal of an Inbounds pass with the for the first game between the two back to tie the score 62-62 with 24 points, Herbie Cooper 15.
loss Tuesday night in Middleburg score tied 62-62, but the Tornado five teams this season. seconds left in. the game, Coach Sex- Middleburg junior guard Tony Jefferson -
both of which could have gone the couldn't hold onto the basketball."We JV games begin at 6:30: p.m., var- ton says. was unstoppable in pacing his
other way, Tornado basketballersnow had our chances to win. We sity games at 8 p.m. Middleburg threw the ball inbounds team to the win with a game high 33
have four losses and seven just didn't," Coach Sexton says. after BHS scored, and Dar- points. Jefferson did everything, .
wins. BUS 62 MilS 65 ren Chandler,as he had done in Lake outside, inside, everything he put up
"We're playing good ball. We've Butler, stole the inbounds pass. went in,Coach Sexton said. "He hada
just got to hang in there and not let Upcoming Games... "We had a chance to win it. We BHS, however, could not control the super night," Sexton added.
these close losses disturb us," says The embattled Tornado five just didn't," says Coach Sexton of basketball, and lost it.
Coach Mike Sexton. returns to the comforting confines of the 65-62 loss to Middleburg, now If the Tornadoes had held onto the
BHS was right in the thick of both the BHS gym for two games this with a 14-2 record and ranked sixthin basketball it would have pushed the
games until the final seconds. In week. the state in Class 3A basketball.A game into overtime. Or, a basket
Lake Butler, Darren Chandler stolean Santa Fe, always tough for BHS, slow second quarter in which scored would have probably won the MHS 16 21 12 16 65
in-bounds pass and made what comes to town Friday, Jan. 25, for Middleburg beat BHS 21-12 was the game. BHS It 12 14 11 62
appeared to be the gamewinninglayup. the first game with the Tornadoesthis turning point of the game. BHS real- BHS was one up in field goals,30 to BradfordBellamy t-0-11, Francis t
But Lake Butler threw a long year. Santa Fe lost both gamesin ly couldn't seem to get things mov- 29, but got only five foul shots and 2-0-4, Norman 2-0-4, Chandlar 9-1-19,
inbounds pass and Tiger Curtis the Christmas tournament but ing its way during a stretch when the made two. Middleburg got 18 foul Cooper 7115. Mltch.ll 102. Totali
Thomas bucketed the gamewinninglayup hung real tough with both BHS five turned the ball over. BHS shots and made 7 Five fouls were 30-2-62. .
with 10 seconds left. BHS had Brooksville and Gainesville High, outscored Middleburg in the first, called on MHS 11 on BHS. MlddUburg- Jaffanon'U.3.33, U p court. .
nobody back guarding such a move. Coach Sexton points out. third, and fourth quarters. Chandler 11 BHS with 19 points, Solomon 3-0-6, llndi.y 3-'.", Ollv.r Darren Chandler brings the ball .
Against Middleburg, ranked sixthOutside. Tuesday, Jan. 29, the 5-7 Keystone A dozen( points down at one time,, but did not have a particularly good. 7-0-14, H.uth.r 1-1-3. Total.29765. up-court for BUS. ,

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I Last Second In-bounds Pass Frustrates Tornadoes at Union I

No BUS player was back to guard played an extraordinarily clean three fouls. But with Chandler on layup at which UHS's Curtis With 1:30: left Coach Sexton a hand on the inbounds pass Coach
the basket in the last 10 seconds game and wasn't even in the bonus the bench, the BUS five began to Thomas and he were adept. substituted John David Francis for Sexton said, but couldn't control It.
when the Tornado five was up 44-43, situation in which the Tiger players play tough defensive game for the BKS's Simon Mitchell missed two Ron Brown to get more speed in '"I thought It was a well played
which allowed Union High of Lake would have been required to shoot a first time in several weeks. And'guard foul shots, then committed a foul on hones of getting the basketball. BKS game by both teams," says Coach
Butler to throw the basketball in- one-and-one free throw. With fewer Robert Bellamy took up the which Lake Butler's James Johnson did get thes ball but Simon Mitchell Sexton. "I hate we lost it, but we
bounds to Curtis Thomas standing than five fouls called on them the BUS scoring effort with three made the first of two free shots to missed a from about 12 feet out with looked better in it than we did winning
almost at half court. Tigers simply got the basketball out baskets, two from outside and one put UHS up 41-38 with 5:57 left. 39 seconds remaining in the game. against Interlachen.
With nobody in his way Thomas side again, and twice successfullythrew from three feet after a drive toward Sam Norman got his only two At 26 seconds Simon Mitchell foul "They just got a break there at the
dribbled quickly to the Union High the basketball inbounds, the baske. The other three third points of the game on a 15-footer to ed, but it was only the second UKS end" the coach says.Se&ton: praised
basket and laid the basketball up fora despite BKS efforts to steal the ball period points were scored by Herbie bring BUS within one, 40-41, with foul of the half and the Tigers just Herbie Cooper's effort in getting
45-44 UKS win. again to run out the clock. Cooper who had one basket and a 5:15: left. got the ball outside.On back and getting a hand on'the last
It ruined what had appeared to be The loss left BUS 6-4 on tile regular free throw. Then Herbie Cooper stole the the inbounds pass Darren second inbounds pass.
winning heroics by Bradford's Dar season. UHS was 6-5 after the win. Chandler who averages nearly 30 basketball and drove toward the Chandler made his steal and put Coach Sexton said BUS used pa
ren Chandler who had swiped an Inbounds It was a very closely fought con points per game, got back in the BUS basket.Cooper\ lost the ball, but BUS up 4443. BKS stole the ball tience most of the time to get good
pass at half court, dribbledto test. UKS and BKS were tied 16-16 fourth period<<: but contributed only stole it again, and drove strongly fora again and Chandler tried a long shot shots but didn't use good shot selections
the BBS basket and carefully laidit after one quarter. UISwas up by four points. Chandler lied the game layup to put BKS up by one, 42-41. from the corner, but it was partially several times in the closing
in the basket for the 44-43 BHS one point 28-27 at the half. 38-38 by rebounding and putting the Tiger James Johnson looped a blocked. moments.
lead. UKS worked ahead by 3 or 4 pointsin ball back up early in the fourth three foot shot over the outstretched UHS got the ball outside, and then Cooper was the only real force
In the final four seconds BHS the third period with BHS's main period. hands of Tornado Herbie Cooper came the long pass to Curtis Thomas BUS had in rebounding, leading the
twice fouled Lake Butler players in scoring threat Darren Chandler, on UHS's Kevin Simmons made it with 1:50: left to put UHS up by one who made' the winning basket for team with 13. BHS had only eight offensive
r-an effort to get the ball but UKS had the bench the entire quarter with 40-38 with 6:20: left on a back ,door 43-42. UKS. Bradford's Herbie Cooper got rebounds and Cooper had
five of them. Of 16 BUS defensive re
bounds. Cooper had 8.
For UKS Tim Jackson had 8 re
r bounds Kevin Simmons Curtis
Fresh Thomas, 6 each and James Johnson
LargeBrocco6 5.Both
UKS and BKS-had 21 field
goals. BUS made 2 of 7 free throws
UKS 3 of 6.
UKS got a balanced scoring effort
1 TI' j, 'k o ;1"tree I dTT from Kevin Simmons with 14,James
> Johnson with 13, and Curtis Thomas
with 11 points.
nfJ n ei} 4 BUS was led by Darren Chandler
with 18 poiunts. Cooper had 12
v. cr. points Bellamy 10.

1 O BHS 14 11 B 44
UHS U 11 B f 45
Bradford Bellamy 50.10, Francis
7.7' T 1.0.2 Norman 102. Chondl.r -0-U,

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CONVERTED P 29-28, win over Lake City in the 7 ..I"-
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Ocean Spray Juice PAK .99 20.GALLON*7,99! 99 Actually, Coach John Slater said
*H WW4 the gym was warm and the
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that would be the case when
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.,. ", 'jl < YOUR S ALMOND 10 CUP SERVIN SAVER game Friday, Jan. 25.
'" G CHOICE .CVUNOER ALMOND OR HOCOI.AreVANITV JV girls will go to Lake City for a
.. return match Tuesday, Jan. 29, at 6

REOULAfl OR GEL F OHOOtMAf *COLOR CHOICE, p.m.Next Thursday, Jan. 31, both the
Check-UpToothpasta u 1.79 :niuMHtot aw.: $ I '<..1"J Sjerln SavexVOUR varsity and junior varsity teams go
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6:30 and 8
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IIO'-r_ MONO on ooooutn OMV or BITS JV 29. Lake City 28

Llsterlne Mouthwash ...2.79 : O*(Mil W MvfHMLMMUJ UMMM MAMtrOjPlfJMI b"CRW' 'V:. i VegetableBrush In a close game, BUS Little Lady
..NLIMM MM/PW '\ ,2) \ Tornadoes came out one point
4OZRobttusshiDM 2TNI. ""tlewrLUL'- MBIAdvll ahead 29-28, of a tough Lake City:
, 19.9 Junior High team Jan. 17 at the BUS
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WINE &, BEER BnVYL'9.yv w.oN.Rwrw1 N.b. :ERR,' Lxindry Bath Wlfl Tub Ba M>*ket. I DYIe Slater."We' got our break going in the
fourth quarter getting four points
j real fast out of our transition game."
Down 12-16 at the half the ladies
came back strong in the fourth
period to take the win. Even though
& COUPONS GOOD THURS,JAN. 24 THRU WED,JAN. 3Q,, 1966.WE REDEEM FEDERAL FOOD STAMPS. BHS lost the first quarter 6-7. the se-
Milwaukee'sPRICES ,. cond quarter 6-9 and tied the third
quarter 5-5, the last portion was the
Best Beer 'Hefty {$)\ ,:.5 [CA$1 Jilt ,,181 charm. Starke took command wile
ting 12 points on the board
'Trash 8 PACK IftOZ BTL l: holding Lake City to only 5.
; I Pepsi Cola, Diet,, l P. Jefferson and J. Kennedy were
$139 Bags I ML Dew $109 top scorers for the Lady Tornadoes,
6 PACK $139 PepsiPe both with 10.
CANS 10 CT. 30 GAL .1' I pSslFlee i PLUS DEPC6IT I Starke made 14 baskets but was
1202 (RBI OR SUGAR FREE) WITH THIS COUPON I really hurt at the charity line dropp-
I ,1CCUPON PER ITEM.GOOD THRU WECX JAN.30, Wtt "| ing in only 1 of 9 for 11 per cent.
-------------------- hustled
"We hard but
.. we a
rwwwo. .:.. '='.:. 'aTpRbrew.u ro. ::::"I'OLIIOI'ia.-"a lot of mental errors," said Slater.


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\ Department basketball Rockets 221 Shawn Aaron 1-0-1, Joan MeClallan -.
: is still going strong with the ,.0.,,Shawn 2-0-4,Ford Stavan 1.0.0In Hood' 1-0-1.Kavln' WIMIama
Nets leading the 11-14 year old
league 5-2 while the Lakers are way the first game Jan.10, the
: out in front in the 8-10 year old Lakers beat the Celtics 58-28 in a
league. one-sided matchup.Top .
man for the Lakers was
.. 8-10 Year Old Action... Horace Edmond with 48 points.
for the Celtics was
In a tight game Jan.7, the Celtics substitute High scorer Andrew Buie with 12.
a edged by the 76'ers 4443.
: Craig Slocum had 10.
Top man for the Celtics was
substitute Horace Edmonds who Andre
Edmond 14-0-W
V 1 1 ch ? dropped in 10 for a total of 20 points. LII Laka 1-0-1 ri,ChUita bat Horace Bray'.'.2.Karry Orlflln' J1SCaltlci
: 1, : sr : Kevin Jenkins had 12 points. 211 Craig Slocum i-0-10. Marvin'
High for the 76'ers was Lautera Slocum 1.01, Shaun Aaron 1-0-1, Andrew auleS.I.11
Slocum at 16. Shawn Ford had 14.
In the second game, the Rockets
Ca>ltlu 44i Kevin Janklni t-O-IJ Shawn downed the 76'ers 58-42, coming
Aaron 1-0-2,, Horaca Bdmontf '10-0-JO Tonyarown back from a big Toss the last time
i-o-j Kerry Orlllln' 40i76n
43.Kavln' William S-l-11, Stavon
6 Flood' e-i-i Shawn Ford r-0-14 Laulara Slocum out.On top for the Rockets were Mar-
.-." vin Slocum with 26 points Andrew
j 1 :i iAll In the second game of the day,the Buie had 26.
Rockets fizzled and the Lakers won Big scorers for the 76'ers were

w.-,. -: CI, .1laI.a' ... t "v- -,""-".w_ __ ... t, :-I" ,,{_ 8422. had Shawn 14.Rockatl.Ford with 16 Kevin Williams
High man for the Lakers was
Horace Edmond with 74 points.
A's at Lawtey Elementary Again... Kevin Griffin had 10. 58 Marvin Slocum' 13-0-la.. RtnaaDaugharty
Mathew Griffis, Shannon Edwards: Tory llunler, J'amil Kevin Williams led the Rockets 1-0-2,Andrew aull2.0.26. Alicia Edwards -
Straight: A's al l.awlE'Y fur tile second six weeks are (l-r): Padgett I..'
First Erica King Rochelle Prevail, Stephanie Cox Melanie Os- Houston, llarrldelle liable with 8 points. Shawn Ford had S. 76'.n 42 Jason wally 104.Kevin Wllllami.
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teen Laura Goodlier. Audrey Massey, KraiuliVilkerson, Greg( Durban Third row: Jason Pitcher Zack Smith. Kim Johnson Jounie Griffis.' takers Ml Horace Eamond 17-0-74,Kerry 7-0-14, SMvan Flood' 1-0-2, Shawn Pord ""
Austin. Jamat Mobartt 20.
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1 Elizabeth Terry her mother, Mrs. Sammie Kiggin-
,,; ; phone 782-3300 botham, went to Jacksonville on

Personals. business Sunday, Jan. 20.
.. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCarley, Jr. of

vt Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Sr. of Lake City Lawtey had a birthday party for ,
spent the weekend with her son and their baby daughter. Brenda Lee, on
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Wednesday night. They served cake

Boyette, Jr. and homemade ice cream.
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Col. and Mrs. William Wilson and

k Mrs. Bethna the Mr and Mrs. Bill Wilson, Jr. went to
1 V Bradford-Union Retied Teachers Atlanta on' Friday and came back

meeting in Lake Butler on Thurs. Tuesday. While there, they visited

: their daughter, Mrs. Wendie Smyth.
:: i and Mrs. Johnny Tomlinsonand Mr and Mrs. Rom Boyette of

) : ; Mrs. Vicki Reddish and sons Jacksonville visited Col. and Mrs.

Brett and DeWitt, of Starke, were William Wilson and their mother,
''Sunday dinner guests of their Mrs. Mabel Boyette. on Sunday.
bl mother and grandmother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Morgan of

Mabel McClellan. Dothan, Ala. spent Sunday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulley 'are with their son-in-law and daughter

,rL' w .,. spending their vacation with their Mr. and Mrs. Don Graves and to
daughter, Pauline, in Fullerton, watch the football game between

% Y i iI California Miami and San Francisco 49'ers.
g Mrs. J.V. Edwards of Brooker

spent the weekend with her aunt
: ; t 1 ? n Mrs. Rossie Reddish, of Lawtey. Shae Lee Fair

ti They attended church at Union
Primitive Baptist Church and Mrs. Terry Lee Fair an-
Heilbron on Sunday. near nounce the birth of a son, Shae Lee,

t+ t Roger Eunice spent Sunday after born Jan. 22 in Orange Park
noon with Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne
'r.- ;";; .rte Hardee and Maternal grandparents are Mr.

BUS Class of 49.... Bowl 19, pulling family for Miami.watching Super and Mrs. James R. Chamberlain of

In last we-ek's Issue of the Telegraph, this> picture was 'fllp-f1opped", Inverted Second row: (left to right) Alma Thomas Outlaw Janet Anderson Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Sempsey Walker and Mr.Lawtey.and Paternal grandparents are
Mrs. L.W. Androff of St.
In the negative form the Betty Ann Flynn June Caldwell three of Jacksonville
causing names and positions to be Incorrect Phillips. Edwards. Edith Fowler Melvin sons were Sun Louis Mo.
Ills reprinted in the correct mannpr. Alma Leta Dyal Sparks VernesCine Cox Kelly, Margaret Dyal Lewis, Ruth day dinner guests of their parents, ,

Sibley Johns Audrey Moore Kite Barbara Moore Casey. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker. .
Attending the BITS '
of 49 reunion were (left to right) first row Patsy Mr. and Mrs. Roger Edwards of Babies have been known
Hall Julia1Taib'l Green Faulk' Minnie English Maner, Jackie Strickland Third row: (left to right> Drew Reddish Lewis Haines Carl Edwards Jacksonville visited their brother-in- to hiccough before they

Seiple Ceoreia nrUfis' M'1'S' Manning Anderson Ruth Griffis Scott. Clifton Griffis, Eldridge lIayps, George Roberts, Raymond Howe Dan law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. B.L. are born. An unborn child
Norma Stanley Wolfe. \ | McRae Harley, Martha Horne Williams and Sniti- y McRae George Winkler Kenneth Grider Harvard Hazen. Walker, Jr., on Sunday Jan. 13. has been heard from as far
Sweeney Gene Kelly John Carler Euston Norman. Mrs Randall Higginbotham and as 25 feet away from Its


Dorothea Beane, Assistant ore required to file with rorssriai: JULIE P.Kepresentatlve MORRIS-, freight and storage tion along laid Southerly OF INTENTIONTO"'VII\. quired to serve a copy of
United States Attorney this court. WITHIN THREE Post Office Box 157 charges, under the provisions right of way line a your written defenses If
I Legal Notices Post Office Box MONTS OF THE FIRST Lawtey, Florida 32058. of Section 4b( ) of distance of 15 feet moreor FICTITIOUS NAME any. to It on TERENCE M.
600 Jacksonville, PUBLICATION OF THIS !/172tchgl24ADVERTISEMENT Uniform Standard Bill of less to on Iron pipe BROWN ESQUIRE Post
Florida 32201. on or NOTICE: ((1)) all claims lading. located on the West (line Office Drawer 40,
........ ........ before February 25, against the estate and Gator Frelghtways, Inc. of the Southwest Pursuant Florida to Section Starke. Florida 32091,
UNITED STATES DISTRICT UNITED STATES DISTRICT 1985. If you fall to do so ((2)) any objection by an Carrier1242tchgl31 Quarter (SWVi' ) of the 665.09.notice Is Statutes, and file the original with
COURT MIDDLE COURT MIDDLE judgement by default Interested person to Pursuant to Chapter Northeast Quarter the hereby giventhat the Clerk of the obove-
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, DISTRICT OF FLORIDA will be entered against whom notice was mailed 932 Florida Statutes, the (NE'of) Section 13. LAMAR undersigned styled Court on or
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION JACKSONVILLE DIVISION you for the relief that challenges the Bradford County Sheriff's Township 8 South. Range before 4 March 1985.
Case No. 84-1439 Case No. 84.1432 demanded In the complaint validity of the will the Office of Bradford County IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 22 East Bradford County and Box 308 DAVID Stark.LEE HODGES, FL 32091 jDtheryvise!! a (judgement_

CIvJUNITED 2 Civ--16 qualifications of the Personal Florida Intends to filea EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Florida; thence continue 2 shall be entered againstyou
Rt. Box 350. Starke, FL
It Is, ORDERED that the Representative, Rule to Show Cause BRADFORD COUNTY In a Easterly direction doing for the relief requested
STATES OF UNITED STATES OF above Notice of Suit and venue or jurisdiction of why the following FLORIDA. along laid Southerly 32091 business joint owners under, the In the Petition

AMERICA Plaintiff AMERICA Plaintiff Order for Unnamed the court. described property CASE NO. 84.324 CA right of way line of firm name of THE BUT- WITNESS my hand and
vs. vs. Defendants to Appearand ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS should not be forfeitedto Roosevelt Street a CHER SHOP Intends to the seal of said Court on
JAMES F. NORMAN and THE ESTATE OF KATIE B. Plead (Service by NOT SO FILED the State of Florida FAMILY CREDIT SER distance of 104.38 feet to sold fictitious the 22nd day of January
CYNTHIA K. NORMAN WIMBERLY and the heir Publication) b. published WILL BE FOREVER BAR IN RE A 1977 Ford VICES INC., Plaintiff.VS. an Iron pipe; thence run register under the 1985.
Defendants at law. WINIFRED by the United States RED. Pickup TruckVINF15BN065279 1 In a Northwesterly direction aforesaid name statute. GILBERT S. BROWN.
SCHNEIDER of Marshal In Publication of this FAYE E. CROUSE etc.,
a newspaperof and on a straight line 55 Dated this 22nd day of Clerk of Circuit Court
CRDER OF SERVICEBY Katie B. Wimberly and general circulation in Notice has begun on 17 other personalty.In Defendant. feet more or less to an January A.D., 1985 In By: Marian McRoe
PUBLICATIONThis the unknown hairs Bradford January 1985.Attorney I
County addition pursuantto Iron pipe at the Bradford County.124itchg214. Deputy Clerk
devisees, grantees, and Florida not less than for PersonalRepresentative Chapter 932, Florida NOTICE OF SALE Southeast corner of LotI Terence M. Brown. Esq.
cause came to be assignees, lienors, once each week for six : Statutes, the operative Block A of The Haven, TERENCE M. BROWN.
heard upon the verified creditors, trustees, or consecutive weeks priorto TOMLINSON & BROWN facts concerning the Notice Is hereby given as per plat thereof P.A.
motion of Plaintiff for an other claimants by return dote P.A., Post Office Drawer seizure of the property that pursuant to an recorded In Plat Book 2, IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Attorneys for Husband
Order of Service by through, under, or herelnobove) designated.! 40, Starke, Florida are as follows: order or a final judge page 22 of the public THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 1/24 4tchg 2/14
Publication, and It appearing against THE ESTATE OF DONE AND ORDEREDat 32091. Telephone: 1. County of Seizure: ment of foreclosure records of Bradford CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
that this action KATIE B. WIMBERLY and Jacksonville Florida 904/964-6272. By Bradford County entered In the above- County, Florida: (which BRADFORD COUNTY.
has been brought for the all parties having a this 2nd day of January Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr. 2. Dote of Seizure: October captioned action I will corner lies on the Nor. NOTICEOF
enforcement of a lien claim, right title or Interest 1985. Personal Representative 3, 1984. sell the property situatedin therly right-of-way line FLORIDACIVIL CASE NO. INTENTIONTO
against real property In the property HARVEY E. SCHLESINGER : JULIE P. MORRIS. 3. Law enforcement Bradford County of Roosevelt Street) 84-348-CA REGISTER
situated in Bradford therein Defendants. UNITED STATES Post Office Box 157, agency holding the Florida described as thence run In a Westerly FICTITIOUS NAME
County within the Middle MAGISTRATENOTICE Lawtey Florida 32058. above described property Half Block 7 in Town of direction along sold Northerly IN RE: The Marriage of:
District of Florida! .** NOTICE OF SUIT ..' '.' t/176tch 1/172tchgl/24 : Bradford Lawtey Florida West of right of way line of STEPHEN LEWIS HOFFMAN Pursuant to Section
.9..n1.; !
described as filloXs! : l .;_ 1.:). T and's. ,a =" ..... I 1 '''''''1,-.-' .' .-1 ........ Sheriff Department.County*""."" .,wRottwavf.as pep mop Of'1.....e,..""Rowevelf.. Streeta Husband 865.09 Florida Statutes,
West 100 feet of Lot 5 ORDER FOR UNNAMED NOTICE ; '' NOTICE OF SALE 4. Court having Plat recorded In Deed :distance of 100.0 feet to and notice/ Is hereby given
of Block 22 of the City of DEFENDANTS TO jurisdiction: Bradford Book 1. page 6, of the an Iron pip. at the pointof DEANNE MARIE HOFFMAN that the undersigned
Lawtey Bradford County APPEARAND Is hereby given NOTICE I. hereby County Circuit Court. public records of Brad beginning for that portion Wife. GEORGE F. ALLEN. INC.,
Florida according to PLEAD that on Monday, January given that under and by 5. Anticipated date of ford County. Florida.All of Roosevelt Street P.O. Box 656. Keystone
the map or plat thereof (SERVICE BY 28, 1985. at 10:00: o'clocka.m. virtue Part IV of Chapter filing: 12/28/84. of Block 13. of the herein described.All AMENDED Heights' FL 32656 sole

record at Plat Book 2, PUBLICATION) ., the undersigned 83, F.S.. as Self-Storage 1/17 2tchg 1/24 Town of Lawtey Florida Interested parties NOTICE OF ACTIONTO owner doing business
Page 61 of the public GATOR FREIGHTWAYS Facility Act that the as per plat thereof may appear and be under the firm name of
records of Bradford TO: ALL unknown heirs, INC.. will sell at public undersigned will sell for IN THE CIRCUIT COURT recorded In Deed BookC heard at the time and : DEANNE MARfF ALLEN'S ATTIC 527
County Florida, said devisees, grantees, auction for cash at 2175 cash to the highest bidder FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Page 3. thereof of the place above specified. HOFFMAN. Residence South Water Street,
property lying and being assignees, lienors, Commonwealth Avenue, at C & C Mini- FLORIDA PROBATE current public records of DATED this 7th day of Unknown. Starke. FL 32091 Intendsto
within Section 23, creditors, trustees, or Jacksonville FL., one Storage 1640 S. Walnut DIVISIONFile Bradford County January A.D., 1985. register said fictitious
Township 5 South, Range other claimants by lot of Garage Doors, Street 301 South Number 84.109.CP Florida all lying and be. BRAFORD COUNTY YOU ARE HEREBY name under the
22 East Bradford County through under or consigned to Tri-County Starke, Florida at 11:00: Division 1.3596 ing In Section 23, BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS NOTIFIED that an action aforesaid statute.
Florida against Katie B. Wimberly Ft. Pierce, FL (Pro. a.m. on the 28th day of Township 5 South Range for Dissolution of Marriage Doted this 21st day of

and It further appearing deceased; and all 02.553302 dtd. 8/30/84)); January 1985 the contents IN RE ESTATE OF 22 East. BY: Maxie Carter Jr.,. and other relief January A.D., 1985 In
that Defendants other Parties having or and one lot of Garage of Unit No. 25, NETA P. BROWN Also Diagonal Lot 2, Chairman. has been filed againstyou Bradford County.
James F. Norman and claiming to have any Doors consigned to belonging to GAYLE Deceased Town of Lowtey Florida 1Ichg 1/24 In the obove-styled 1/24 4tchg 2/14

Cynthia K. Norman can right title or Interest In Garage Door Spec. ROBERTS containing furniture as mapped and platted Court and, you or. re
not be served within the the property hereinafter Tampa FL, ((04.323599 and household NOTICEOF upon the public recordsof ..... -..

State of Florida; that it Is described.You dtd 9/24/84 & 02496306dtd goods. By C 8 C Mini- ADMINISTRATIONThe Bradford County
not practicable to serve are hereby 7/18/84)) to satisfy Storage 1640 S. WalnutSt. Florida.at INVITATION TO BIDPROJECT
them personally; and notified that an action freight and storage ., Stark., FL 32091. administration of public sale, to the
they have not voluntarilyappeared has been Instituted charges, under the provisions 9646020. the estate of NETA P. highest and best bidder
herein it Is against you In the above of Section 4b( ) of 1/17 2tchg 1/24 for cash at the front entrance
; B.R.QWN ,deceased File( : Santa F. Community College, Stark. Center Starke, Florida.
therefore Court by the UnitedStates Uniform Standard Bill of of the Bradford
Number 84.109.CP. Is Courthouse OWNER: Santa F. Community College Endowment Corporation.
ORDERED 1. Defendants as follows JamesF. : the enforcement of America of a lien for Lading.Gator Frelghtways, Inc.Carrier. IN THE THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURTOF pending in the Circuit County., Florida at 11:00 ARCHITECT: Craig Salley & Associates, Inc., Architects, 3911 Newberry Road.Galn..vlll. .
Court for Bradford County o'clock A.M. ., Florida 32607.
real property CIRCUIT IN AND on February
against FOR
Norman and
CynthiaK. 1/172tchg 1/24 Florida Probate Division 13, 1985. BIDS RECEIVED: Tuesday February 5. 1985 2:00 p.m.: Trlest Construction
Norman shall situated In Bradford BRADFORD COUNTY
appearin the address of GILBERT S. BROWN Company Inc., Highway 21 North Post Office Drawer 700 Keystone Heights
within the Middle FLORIDA.
this cause and pleadto County which Is Bradford County Clerk Circuit Court Florida 32656.
the complaint filed District of Florida and NOTICE OF SALE PROBATE DIVISION
Courthouse, Starke,
By: Beulah Moody BID OPENING: Wednesday February 6, 1985.
herein' on or before described as follows: CASE NO. 85-7-CP Florida. The names and
February 25 1985; or in A portion of the Northeast NOTICE Is hereby ((1.3607)) addresses of the personal Deputy Clerk AWARD DATE: Thursday February 7, 1985.INSTRUCTIONS .
default thereof the Quarter (NE'/) of given that under and by representative and Sidney E. Lewis, Esq.
Court shall proceed to Southwest Quarter virtue Part IV of Chapter IN RE: The Estate of the personal Attorney for Plaintiff TO BIDDERS
judgement In this causeto (SW\I.) and a portion of 83. F.S., as Self-Storage CHARLES A. MORRIS. attorney representative's are set 609 Blackstone Bldg. 1. Plans and Specifications may be reviewed at the office of Trlest Construction
the extent provided by the Northwest Quarter Facility Act that the Deceased forth below. Jacksonville FL 32202 Company Inc., Highway 21 North Keystone Heights, Florida 32656. or at
Section 1655 Title 28 (NW'of' ) Southeast undersigned will sell for All Interested personsare 904-355-9003 the Mid-State Builders Exchange 1217 N.W. 16th Avenue, Gainesville
United States Code, as If Quarter (SEVi) of Section cash to the highest bidder NOTICEOF required to file with 1/242tchg 1/31 Florida. ..
said Defendants had 28 Township 6 South at C. & C Mini- ADMINISTRATIONThe this court WITHIN THREE 2. Bids are to be submitted in duplicate on Bidders letterhead.
been served with process Range 22 East In the City Storage, 1640 S. Walnut MONTHS OF THE FIRST NOTICE OF HEARINGTO 3. Bids or. to be signed .sealed and addressed to Triest Construction Com
within the State of of Starke, Bradford Street 301 South administration of PUBLICATION OF THIS pany Inc.. P.O. Drawer 700 Keystone Heights. Florida 32656 and submittedon
Florida. County Florida and being Starke, Florida at 11:00 the estate of CHARLES A. NOTICE: ((1)) all claims WHOM IT MAY the date shown above.
2. This order be more particularly a.m. on the 28th day of MORRIS Deceased File against the estate and CONCERN: 4. Bids are to be submitted In accordance with the attached Bid Proposal
published in a described as follows: January 1985 the contents No. 85-7-CP, is pendingIn ((2)) any objection by an You will take notice Form.

newspaper of general Commence at the Intersection of Unit No. 25 the Circuit Court for interested person to the that in accordance of Section with 5. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty ((30)) days after date
circulation In Bradford of the belonging to GAYLE Bradford County whom notice was mailed provisions set for opening thereof.
County Florida; not less Southerly boundary of ROBERTS containing fur. Florida Probate Division that challenges the 336.09 through 336.12
than once each week for Bridges Street (formerly niture and household the address of validity of the will the Florida Statutes, a public
six consecutive weeks Seventh Street) and the goods By C 8 C Mini. which Is Bradford County qualifications of the personal hearing will be held by PROPOSAL FORMTo
prior to the return date Westerly boundary of Storage, 1640 S. WalnutSt. Courthouse, Post Office representative, the Board of County ( Be Copied on Bidder's Letterhead)
herelnabove designated.DONE Church Street and run ., Stork. FL 32091. Drawer B, Stark., venue, or jurisdiction of Commissioners of Brad,
AND ORDEREDat thence South 17 degreesand 964-6020. Florida 32091. The the court. ford County Florida in February 1985
Jacksonville Florida 45 minutes West 1/17 2tchg 1/24 names and addresses of ALL CLAIMS AND OB- the Board of County

this 2nd day of January along sold Westerly _. the Personal Representative JECTIONS NOT SO FILED Commissioners room of TRIEST CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC,
boundary a distance of IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF and the PersonalRepresentative's the Bradford County
WILL BE FOREVER BAR. Post Office Drawer 700
1985.HOWARD T. SNYDER 388.36 feet to a concrete THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL attorney RED. Courthouse, Starke.
Keystone Heights, Florida 32656
UNITED STATESMAGISTRATE monument for point of CIRCUIT IN AND FOR are set forth Publication of this Florida on the 4th day of
beginning. From point of BRADFORD COUNTY. below. Notice has begun, February 1985. at 10:00:
All Interested on o'clock A.M.. on the petition Gentlemen:
1/17 6tchg 2/21 beginning thus FLORIDA. personsare January 17 1985.
run North 72 degreesand PROBATE DIVISION required to file with of NICHOLAS A.
Personal R.presentative examined the site of the proposed project and having become fully
27 minutes West a CASE NO. 85-7-CP this court WITHIN THREE MESSINA and JEAN Having
NOTICEOF distance of 108.76 feet to ((1.3607)) MONTS OF THE FIRST : Fannie Silcox MESSINA, his wife Informed relative to the local conditions which may affect the work and having .
a concrete monument: PUBLICATION OF THIS 115. which petition was examined all documents as prepared by Craig Salley C Associates Inc.,
REGISTER Florida 32091.Attorney .
FICTITIOUS NAME run thence South 17 IN RE: The Estate of NOTICE: ((1)) all claims for Personal spread upon the minutesof Architects for the work and having a thorough understanding of the work to
degrees and 43 minutes CHARLES A. MORRIS against the estate and Representative: Joseph the meeting of the be performed we propose to furnish all materials, labor equipment and services

Pursuant to Section West a distance of 105 Deceased. ((2)) any objection by an H. Forbes, P.A.. P.O. Board of County Comml- required for and reasonably Incidental to the
feet to o concrete monument Interested person to 'sloners held on the 7th
865.09 Florida Statutes Box 913) Gainesville FL
< ; run thence South NOTICEOF whom notice was mailed tayof.January! 1985, requesting -
notice is hereby'glven 32602 Telephone: ((904))
that undersigned, 72 degrees and 27 ADMINISTRATIONThe that challenges the 3754375. that said Boardclose (Here Insert the scope of the work
TERRY F. KOONS. 212 E. minutes East a distanceof validity of the will the 1/172tchg 1/24 and abandon the for which you are submitting a bid;
Noble Ave. Willlston. FL 108.67 feet to a con administration of qualifications of the Personal following described pro- I... heating ventilating and air
32696. sole doing crete monument on the estate of CHARLES A. Representative, perty lying and being conditioning.for .
business under the firm aforesaid Westerly MORRIS, D. ses d. File! venue, or jurisdiction of NOTICE situate In Bradford County the SANTA FE COMMUNITY COLLEGE STARKE CENTER STARKE FLORIDAfor
boundary of Church No. 857CP. Is pendingin the court. Florida to-wlf:
name of H R BLOCK the following amounts:
North ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOTICE Is hereby Commence at the
964 N. Temple Ave.. Street run thence the Circuit Court for given BASE BID
45 minutes NOT SO FILED that on Monday, Southwest corner of lot
Starke, FL 32091 Intendsto 17 degrees, Bradford County .DOLLARS (| )
East along said Westerly Florida Probate Division. WILL BE FOREVER BAR- February 4, 1985 at 1. Block A of The Haven u SANTAFE
boundary a distance of the address of RED. 10:00: o'clock a.m., the as p.r plat thereof
the WILL
name under RECEIPT BE
105 feet to point of which Is Bradford County Publication of this undersigned GATORFREIGHTWAYS recorded In Plat Book 2, COMMUNITY COLLEGE ENDOWMENT CORPORATION: (
aforesaid .
statute.Dated of beginning.and Courthouse Post Office Notice has begun on 17 INC., page 22 of the public FURNISHED FOR TAX RECORDS FOR ALL DONATIONS.)$.
January this A.D.2nd 1985 day In you are ordered Drawer B, Stark., January 1985.Attorney will sell at public auction'for records of Bradford (NOTE: If you do not wish to make a donation to the Endowment Corporation.

Bradford County. and required to appear Florida 32091. The for P.rsonalRepr..ntatlve cash at 2175 Com.monw.olth' County Florida and run write In "0.00".)
1/104tchg 1/31 and plead In said action name and addresses of : Avenue, in a Southerly direction Respectfully submitted
and file your answer the Personal Representative '' TOMLINSON S BROWN, Jocksonvlllle FL.. one along the West (end) line (Company Name)
with the Clerk of this and the Personal'Representotive's P.A.,. Post Office Drawer lot of Cleaning Com of said Roosevelt Streetto (Signature and Title)
Court at Jacksonville attorney 40, Starker Florida pound consigned to a point on the (Submit In a sealed envelope addressed as. noted In Invltatlpn to Bid. SubmitIn
Florida and to serve a are set forth 32091. Telephone: Vellas Restaurant Tam Southerly right of way DUPLICATE.. )
copy thereof upon the below. 904/964-8272. By: pa. FL ( /-toBS atlsfy line sold Street; ,thencerun I 1/173tchg 131January
Plaintiff's attorney, All interested persons Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr. 11/14/84)) In a Easterly direc-


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before 8 a.m.each morning. Failure to do their part results In "points" taken
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Assistant S.T.O.IMShort( Term Offender Program') Camp SuperintendentTye other activities which teach the boys a new sense of self-reliance and responsibility
r Jordan stands in "the pit", a central gathering place for the youthful offenders during their court-ordered stay.
under. his supervision at unique facilty at Florida Stale Prison near The camp is currently boasting an 83 percent success rate meaning 83 *; '
Raiford.Jordan. percent of the camp's residents never gel in trouble with the law again after
oversees up to 18 young offenders! in various work projects and their release Ii; _
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BCT Staff Writer dians on U.S. 301. tree planting project and work long and that can only help them, and the On Their Own...
"S.T.O.P." is off to a big start. The kids work their time, then are hours under the close supervision of rest of society, when they are sent The boys at the STOP camp come from a variety of different backgroundsback
The Short Term Offender Pro- returned to their communities to see the counselors and local forestry to their communities to try a but they share one common feeling on their first week being away from
gramSTOP( ) run by the Florida State if they can make a new start without agent Bob Ray. fresh start" home with very little contact to the outside world.
Prison System for juveniles has been violating the law. Breaking the rulesat Working under the point system,
proven to be a big success in the year the camp can mean time added to the boys can earn a total of 130 points
since the facilty opened at the New their stay, a rule that seems to be per week with near-perfect performance -
River Annex of F.S.P. near Raiford. very effective, according to Jordan. on the various projects and
The unique program boasts a "non. "Most of them are ready to go homeso chores they are responsible for each isy
return rate' or the number of they don't want any time added," day. Points are deducted for rules infractions r s ys.
residents of the program who break a Jordan said. "We really don't have or not accomplishing a job
law after their stay and have to returnor much trouble with the kids, we don't in a certain amount of time.
are sentenced to prison, which is give them a long leash they have to Points deducted can mean time added
running at an astounding 83 percent ask permission to do anything here, to their stay, and Jordan says this kr. q i
The program is now is in the processof and someone in authority has to know system seems to work the best. 1Nr t ra
being emulated in other locations where they are at all times." "This is no pleasure cruise" says 1
because of its success. The boys come from all varying Jordan a 15-year veteran of the cor-
"The success of the STOP program backgrounds and every economic rectional system who, along with
here at FSP has prompted legislatorsand situation, from the richest, exclusive Head Superintendent Hank Whittier t ,
prison officials to expand the program neighborhoods to the slums of Miami have transformed the local STOP pro-
," explained a justifiably proud and Tampa. That fact makes their gram into one of the most widley admired .,
STOP Assistant Superintendant Tye success rate even more outstanding, in the state. "The boys know 4. .t i rh
Jordan as he stood outside the rustic according to Jordan. that this is punishment for breakingthe (
wooden buildings in which his "kids" "There is such a variety of kids that law. It hits them pretty hard in the t.i
live during their term. "They plan on come through here, more than most first week or so because many of 1'r.
building five more facilities just like people think. Kids get into trouble at them may have thought they were aiyi iiiA v .}
this one at other locations in the state. an early age for a variety of reasons; getting off easy when they were
They know a good thing when they see but they sure don't seem to have assigned here. It's a punishment s 4 1.M" .
one." much to do with what economic level alright, but we are convinced that
Jordan said the expansion of the they are on," Jordan related. "The many of the boys who leave here
program was part of a broad trend in key seems to be how strong the realize that their time here was well
corrections away from large, imper- families are and what kind of involve spent. I like to think of it as character
sonal, institutions toward smaller ment the parents have with the kids in development first, punishment se-
program like STOP, which house up the first place. Most of the youthful offenders cond.
to 18 youths at any one time. we get here at the STOP Boys are assigned here from all
Kids in the program earn points for Camp are from broken homes-that is over the state and number of : < .1L.. r .
doing their chores and following the probably the biggest factor in residents at the rustic facility stays at : '? y.r. ,
rules in the camp, which is run like a juvenile crime that we see here." around 15-20 boys each month. Work Project...
very tight ship. The day begins well Jordan says the counselors at STOP Jordan is particularly proud of a cameral and STOP site 01 their camp
before eight a.m. each morning as the have a unique responsibility in that recently constructed schoolhouse just Forestry Agent Bob Ray facing Boys from the camp also planted over 50,000 young
boys make their bunks and clean their they must do their own, personal outside the main building.The counselor Donpulondirecllheirchargeslnoneotheir fence for the pine trees In Bradford and Union Counties last year.
living areas, which is then inspected evaluation on each youth that comesto center of the complex is an work projects in this case a new
promptly at eight by counselors. the camp. A kid from a comfor- area for a communal fire-place ringed
"The disipline here is tough it has table, upper class neighborhood may by wooden benches and known as
to be," Jordan says. "We establish have trouble at first adjusting to the "The Pit".
that right away." harsher life the STOP camp offers. 1
The youths keep up with their Cabins are unheated,. the food is "We all get together here for talks
school work at the camp, with Brad- wholesome but plain, and the lesson about a variety of topics," Jordan
ford County teachers Jim Lewis, San- soon becomes clear this is no summer says. "Any rule changes, or new work )
dy Hall and Walt Westcott making the camp. projects to explain are talked out hereto
drive out to the camp as part of a "Some kids were spoiled when they the group. We think it's a good
, special arrangement with the Brad come here but they soon get over that place to get everyone together."
( ford County School System. after assuming some -
, The boys are involved in numerous responsibilities," Jordan says: "On "Of course," Jordan continued witha
i: work projects, also part of the point the other hand, some kids are rough smile, "I might also just want to call
r system, which has had benefits for and ready they adjust to living here them all together to get on their case
l the surrounding communities. right with little problem. It's the about something they didn't do, or
. Members of the STOP Camp strict discipline that they have may didn't do right. It's a flexible area fora ) ayl
planted over 50,000 seedlings in the have trouble with at first.A good communal talk. We want the
f Lake Butler-Union County area last typical day is a busy one at thecamp guys to get the sense that they are in w9Y,1 w,
year, cleaned and painted local churches counselors barking out orders this together and that they should
f and have volunteered to assist for the day while work projects get help each other out whenever possi-
i the Starke Beautification Committee underway. The boys are trucked to ble. This might be the first helping ex- 8 8t

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r Community CalendarDUPLICATE

BRIDGE ClUB..m..ts .very Tu.sday (light at KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COMMUNITY GOUPS..AICohollcs
7:30: p.m. at Stark Woman's Club. Bridge players. or. Invited Anonymous and Alanon m..t Monday 8 p.m. (cloud
to att.nd. meeting) and Friday 8 p.m.open meeting In Educational

A WEIGHT WATCHERS CLUB... ill being held In Stark. on Building Community Church K.yston. Heights.

Monday nights at 6:30 p.m. Call Peggy Register1473' ,2730- EXERCISE!! CLASSES..Aroblcs' : p.m., M, W 8 f and 6:00: ...
for mar. Information. p.m. T, W. I F ($25)); Slimnastics, 10:00 T A TH ($18))'; and -- -
club .ach Str.tch Flex, 8:30: a.m. MAW ($18)). Call BH C.nt.r for information
MELROSI TOPS... Th. w lght reducing m..ts
Tu.sday at 9:30: a.m. at the Eliam Baptist Church In Melrose. : 9644210. but Cold... i
WEIGHT MANAGEMENT!! CLASS..Tu.edaYI'from January 8 The youths at STOP Camp keep their living areas Superintendent Jordan. '
LAKI BUTLER TOPS... Tqk. Off Pounds Snilbly Club m..ts la March S. First class on nutrition exercise and lifestyle 'clean as a whistle for Inspection each morning at 8 a.m. The boys deep In duck-down sleeping bags when cold.
ach Thursday v.nlng at 7:00: p.m. at UCHS Lak. Butl.r. For change Is fr... M..t In Bradford Hospital Dining Room 7 to 9 but the unheated quarters quickly let the youths know' weather hits. I 1\\
furth.r Information call Linda Durham at 496-3384, p.m. Call BH C.nt.r for Information: 9644210. > they "aren't here for 'a picnic", according to Aisl. ,


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have extensive experience and Dr. Osborne performed his
MlN residency in plastic surgery at
Harlem Hospital Center in New ::
York City. He comes to this area 1-- ,
from private practice in New York. Market
Dr. Osborne was born in Jamaica, 4
I the West Indies, and has a wife, _
I Vashti, and four children named
David. Janice, Tracie and Stephen. e U.S. 301 South 964-6071
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fingerprinting program for the Some of these children are located
children of Bradford County on and returned safely, however, the Chuck
Saturday, Jan. 26, from 9 a.m. to 12 majority are not.
noon, at the Starke Woman's Club, The Woman's Club, through the .
at the corner of Walnut and Jeffer- Child Abuse Prevention Project, are
c $129
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,'...," + "pretty high levels of PCB contamination", according to Ernie Frey,
",4" s chief of the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation's hazar-
+ dous waste division in Jacksonville.One .
I p.+ ;1 ,. ? iq +ry4' 1 }, }Int ,Z'; sample tested al 254,000 parts per million PCBs, while levels
above 50 parts per million are considered toxic, Frey said. PCBs,
I I which are thought to cause cancer,are often found in oil that insulates
t electrical transformers and capacilors.
II I The illegally dumped capacitors have been removed by an Indepen-
I, I 4 ', PF. 1. !i r dent contractor employed by DEK and soil! samples were taken to
,$ ii t"'t 7 + c., t t i+e 'b v tl vn'A': tn, ,k} (+i:1. rSS y .R ", Tp +g, determine the amount of contamination. They were first discovered in
mid-December by Camp Blanding personnel in an area near Blue
Pond that is used primarily for recreation.
ih .e. ;; ; Frey said the contractor will return to the site this week to remove a
I rrf' 4.p .s 4a.
I ? P ,) ? t, six inches from the area to
M 4 yynalt q x :;r 'y iN S"t reasonable amount of soil, probably four to ,
!. ,!W. t :,, 7 tie + iy 44'x.' !been eliminated. All Iden-
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'kYL :19 v rlN ; i oR, 1, r "f'o: at : ;E"p'9L y ae ,ar' ,i I 1 11 aS tification tags and numbers had been removed from the capacitors
; ,; r. 'wR y F for the Illegaldumping
and there was no way to determine who was responsible
r. Frey said
+5 e S,ttaf, .. .' 1. r Capacitors store an electrical charge which can be used to give elec
;. + } s trical equipment an extra power boost,Frey explained.Those dumpedat
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s 1 used
'.k f" I .dp{ I M Blanding were of a size that would be on very large pieces
+ 1a equipment, possibly using 20 horsepower motors, he added.
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250 heavily armed soldiers, including many veterans of the Grenada inva The exercise Is part of an exercise to test the rapid deployment abilities of The average life expectancy in 1900
was only 47 in the U.S. it is
sion,leap out of the rear of two huge, C-130 transport planes over Camp Blan- this elite force. 70. Today
ding onto a desolate drop zone. Starke 964.5451


I i II Paratroopers drop in on BlandingBy i

Mark Friedlin unplanned landing even in a two- perform in a war situation, while ; SHOWTIMES
BCT Staff Writer foot-deep pond. soldiers from the 44th Medical _-_ 9:05
Over 250 heavily armed soldiers, After landing, the men gathered Brigade participate in field training Fri. 7:00. :
members of the XVIII Airborne Corps their parachutes together(they would with the 202nd Medical Group from Y 4 Sat. Sun. 5:00, 7:00, 9:05:
from Fort Bragg, North Carolina, quickly be discarded in a real combat the Florida Army National Guard. a"i Weeknights 7:30
parachuted into a chilly windstreamfrom situation) and then "deployed" into The engineers will stay through the [
the cargo doors of giant, C-130 an area just south of the drop zone to end of the month to complete the SCREEN 2SHOWTIMES
Air Force transport planes and land "defend" their encampment from the airstrip,which will be open to regular ,
ed within the confines of Camp Blan "enemy" troops who act as the op Camp Blanding use until this elite air
ding last week for as part of an extensive position during these war games.In borne unit visits again.
series of "war games". This latest deployment at the campis
Approximately 550 soldiers in all addition to the paratroopers, the further indication of increased
began deployment last week to the 463rd Tactical Air Wingpilots( of the military spending by the Reagan ad- ,
camp as part of emergency deployment C-lJO's) from Abilene,Texas plannedto ministration and part of a big in- r
exercise testing a concept that be dropping heavy equipment into crease in overall National Guard activity -
has come of age recently in this the area during the next two weeks. and preparation.The Fri. 7:10, 9:10:
decade of terrorism and trouble spotsin Elements of the 20th' Engineer airborne unit at the camp were The Ultimate in Sat. Sun. 5:05: 7:10: 9:10
South America and the Middle BrigadeCombat, Airborne) will con- among the fighting forces that par-- Luxury Boating.... Weeknights 7:45:
East. struct an assualt airfield at Camp ticipated in the invasion of Grenada in
Named"Dragon Team 1-85" the exercise Blanding during their operation, a October, 1983 due to their unique, That is what you have with a "Weeres Pontoon" 301 DRIVE-IN
is designed to test the ability of mission they may well be called on to quick-strike capabilities.
participating units to deploy on short Powered by a "Yamaha Outboard", the Starke 984-7484

I ,- notice The Air Force" C-130'"aircraft. were" A.J. Thongs :III;,Opens Law Office full size deck gives you! ample room to entertain, Fri., Sat., Sun.

jhj an awesome in from"sight the 4q'''north beJjoJd) from wthfy'Cecil-!-,w I IT 4 1? "V i. ',$; .. '''> -n. % 1t. ski, fish, or cruise.T|; ;jpde'inS"welcorrie\-7'year-: : ..:...- T'Ci: : i'"I'; KKUNAWM
swept Friends of Archibald J. Thomas, 1977. For the past six years he has
Field in Jacksonville. The financing.
men drop III, will be interested to know that he been chief assistant Federal public
ped 12 at time in called' !
a a group a"stick" '
a law office at 817 N. defender for the Middle District of
legs fla"like uidk i w..eel,Jacksonville,primarilyfor Florida with offices in Jacksonville.\ North C.ntrai Florid,,.Larrui D.ar.rsn.eu.k.a iI'ltt M10wl.\CRICIIIIJI : W
they into the ;==
whipped slipstream the practice of criminal defense. Mr. Thomas is a member of the
underneath the huge plane, then Mr. Thomas, a native of Starke, is Florida Bar and the Federal Bar PLUS
for soft landing
straightened a relatively the son of Mr and Mrs. A.J. Association, serving as president of
the loose white sand in rasa
the in
on. Thomas, Jr. of Fort Lauderdale and the Jacksonville Chapter in 1982-J83. Willie
drop zone. received his law degree from Stet He was also secretary and National SONGWRITERShowtime
The drop was made from an son University College of Law in Delegate in 198081. WE BUILT OUR REPUTATION
altitude of just 750 feet and the
parachutes the men used had panelscut ON QUALITY & SERVICE! : 7:30
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there were rescue units stationed at of Credit
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I Rape Victims in Rural Counties Have to Fend for Themselves, Study .SaysA I

massive statewide study of ser 1984 the research team conductedmore staff in any organization with train- an astoundingly! low cost," the because it is chiefly a legal, rather, time rape victims' advocates are on .
vices to rape victims says victims in than 200 interviews with ser ing or skill in dealing with victims of researchers said. than a medical, procedure, the 24-hour call. f
rural areas of Florida are 'seriously vice providers in 130 organizationsacross sexual assault, rape victims in rural Each of the programs served an researchers said nurse! examiners > The advocate serves as liaison between
underserved' and have to fend for the state, including law enforcement areas may have to fend for average of 134 rape victims in 1983. to be 'effe live and the victim and the police,
themselves: agencies,state attorney's themselves and recover on their The largest group of citizens servedwas credible expert witnesses! in the prosecution assists the physician in performing,
'Police in rural areas have little offices and rape service programs. own." young women between the ages of rape cases.' Moreover, the rape exam and continues to work
understanding of rape as a violent, They identified 25 outstanding rape The report urges that specialized of 15 and 24,' though rape victims of nurse examiners 'may be more sensitive with the victim throughout the prosecution
aggressive crime unless the victimis service programs, most of them in services for rape victims be made all ages- from less than one year to and responsive to victims' process, the report states.
also brutaly beaten," say the urban areas. available throughout the state. "In 95 years of age were regularlyseen. needs than are many physicians.' Florida has the third Alas
researchers who wrote the 300-page "The rape indices (number of rural area, trained specialists The Hubbard House in Jacksonville index' in the nation (behind
report on the study-the first of its rapes per 100,000 people) are higherin should be identified or hired in men- On the basis of what they learned has one of the few programs In and Nevada) with 53.6 rapes per
find in the nation. The report will be the urban regions," said Martin, tal health centers, health .depart- about those 25 programs, the researchers the nation that offer counseling for 100,000 people. Many of the state's
released early this year. "but that's misleading. In rural ments, health clinics, HRS units and say they want to see 'in male sexual offenders. Group cities and counties have rape indices
Director of the study is Dr. areas it seems likely that most rapes the like." novative special services' like the therapy sessions are paid for by the much higher than the national
Patricia Yancey Martin, professorof go unreported, because rape is not following made available to all\ rape court for 'offenders judged to be average of 33.6.
social work at Florida State taken seriously as a crime. Multi-county rape service victims in the state: receptive to rehabilitation.' The authors noted,however,that a
University. She said the findings on Studies of rape incidence nation- programs-like the Sexual Assault At the Rape Crisis Center in Tam -In Miami, the Jackson Memorial high rape index is not necessarily a
rural areas are in marked contrastto wide estimate that only one-tenth to Assistance Program in Ft. Pierce, pa, 'nurse examiners' instead of Rape Treatment Center identifiedas negative sign. 'Localities which
findings on urban areas, where one-half of the rapes that actually which covers Indian River,St.Lucie, physicians conduct sexual assault a 'model program by the show greater responsiveness and
services to rape victims have improved occur are reported to the police, Martin and Okeechobee examinations. The program is one of research team gives week-long support victims may have higher
dramatically over the past Martin added. counties-"may be a viable optionfor the first of its kind in the nation. training seminars for professionalsand reporting and higher apparentrates
decade. She pointed to the lack of specialized rural counties that cannot sup- When a rape is reported, police or volunteers who work with rape ,' they said.Coinvestigators.
Victims in 31 of the state's 67 counties training of personnel who deal port a rape service program on their hospital officials call the Rape Crisis victims. in the study were
do not receive any specialized with sexual assault cases in rural own," say the researchers.The Center and a registered nurse on The Sexual Assault Treatment Dr. Diana NiNitto, former FSU professor
services such as counseling,aid dur- areas of Florida. Rural hospital staff research team identified 25:>> call 24 hours a day is dispatched to Center in Ft. Lauderdale providesall of social work and now professor
ing prosecution of a case or are often unfamiliar with the stan- outstanding rape service programsthat Tampa Hospital, where she services in one location. It has an of social work at the University -
specialized medical care, the report dard rape examination, so the exam have emerged over the past carries out the standard procedures examination room, play rooms for of Texas; Dr.Diane Blum Norton
says. Almost all the counties without may produce inappropriate decade, some staffed by. profes- used to collect evidence from a vic child victims and counseling rooms research associate in the FSU schoolof
special programs are predominatelyrural. evidence or none at all. sionals, others run entirely by tim's body and interviews the victim for adults.In social work; and Sharon Maxwell,
The report concludes: "With no volunteers. These programs "are about the assault. Daytona Beach, the principalrape professor of social welfare at
Between September 1983 and June specialized rape services and no 'providing a tremendous service at Noting that many physicians are service program is in the state Florida A&M University In
reluctant to perform the rape exam attorney's office, where two full- Tallahassee.

ObituariesJoseph Funeral services were held in the Raiford'and was a member of the

First United Methodist Church of First Christian Church. JONES FUNERAL HOME
C. Edmondson Starke at 2:30: p.m. on Sunday, Jan. Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Nina W. Roberts of Lake Butler
20. Burial was in Crosby Lake ; '
Joseph Clyde Edmondson 72, of Cemetery under the direction of three daughters, Ramona Dobbs of 514 Nona Starke Hwy 100 Keystone Heights
Ft. Pierce, died Jan.
Wednesday 9.
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Raiford, Linda Cannon of Branford
Born in Bradford County, Mr. Ed- and Joy Harrison of Lake Butler; 964-6200 473-3176
mondson moved to Dade County at Betty T. FairclothMrs. three sons, Gary Roberts of Lake
the age of 21. He was a life-time Betty Thomas Faircloth, 61, Butler, Terry Roberts of Nashville, UNDERSTANDINGIs
farmer (strawberry grower) and Tenn. and Garrard of SYMPATHY and
had of Melrose,died Wednesday, Jan. 16, Billy Crystal
Since been retiring retired, Mr.about Edmondson six months.had in lness.Jacksonville following a long il- River High; three Springs brothers, Charlie,Cecil and Robertsof E.R. What You Get From Jones Funeral Home...

moved to Ft. Pierce. Born in Springfield, Ohio, Mrs. Roberts, both of Lake Butler; one We old established firm very experienced in assisting bereaved families throughthis
Survivors an
include his wife, Doris are
; Faircloth moved to Melrose two sister, Myrtice Rawls of High Spr-
two sons, Roger Edmondson of Ft. years ago from Jacksonville. She ings; eight grandchildren and one time of sadness by making all the necessary arrangements for service.We .
Pierce and Raymond Edmondson of
was a retired supervisor for the Cityof great grandchild.
Naples; nine grandchildren; four Jacksonville Canning Center; wasa Funeral services were held make advance funeral arrangements and limit cost. Now would be a
sisters, Mrs. Effie Crosby of Starke can help you
member of the Protestant faith Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the First with the
staff to yourself
Funeral Home's professional acquaint
Mrs. Amy Richardson of Pensacola, and was a member of the O.E.S. Christian Church of Lake Buller good time to visit Jones
Mrs. Patsy Scales of Sanford and Chapter 218 in Jacksonville. with Rev. Raymond Baer and Rev. services they offer.JONES.
Mrs. Cleone Reagan of Starke.
Survivors include\ one daughter, Bill Delaney officiating. Burial was
Funeral services were held Satur- in Ml. Zion under the SERVICE
Mrs. Gilda Faircloth Kinsey of Ken- Cemetery CONVALESCENT
day, Jan. 12, with burial at 2
p.m. nesaw, Ga.; one son, Gary Wayne direction of Archer Funeral Home of
George B. Flynn Faircloth of Jacksonville; one step- Lake Butler.

George B. Flynn, 83, of Starke, brother, Fritz Cootway of Largo, 964-6223
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died Friday, Jan. 18, in Gainesville, Fla. and four grandchildren. Card of ThanksThe .... I
Funeral services were held Satur- Medical
following a brief illness. n Non-Emergency
Jan. 19 in the Jones Funeral : 1
day, ,
Born in Loretta Fla. Mr.
family of Eldred R. "Bob" fort
moved to Starke from Jacksonville Home Chapel in Keystone Heights at .. j i i transportation
1 Burial in Hammond would like to express our ....
was Keystone
60 ministrator years ago for; was the a Florida retired State ad- Heights p.m. Cemetery under the direc- appreciation to friends and relativeswho J;! n'f( : stretcher & wheelchair .
and ,
so thoughtful -
tion of Jones were supportive
Funeral Home of
Prison! system; and was a memberof in the loss of our loved one. lh patients in Bradford
the First United Methodist Churchof Keystone Heights. In lieu of flowers, (
We thank for visits,
Starke. contributions may be made to the you your & Clay Counties.Steve .
American Cancer Society. prayers, food and flowers.A .
Survivors include one son, GeorgeB. special note of thanks to Dr.
Flynn, Jr.; one daughter, Mrs. Pete Gianas for his kindness and .It>
Betty Ann Phillips; one step-son, Howard E. Roberts professional care. Futch Monuments Harold Johnson
W.C. Powell and one step-daughter, Howard E. Roberts, 70, of Lake Your kindness was a comfort that
Mrs. Martha McClane, all of Starke; Butler, died Sunday night in the will be long remembered.
two sisters, Mrs. Doris Eastmoore of Lake Butler Hospital following an
Aubflrn, Calif and Mrs. Frances extended illness.A -
Kall mith of Washington, D.C.; and lifelong resident of Union Coun- '
several grandchildren and great ty, Mr. Roberts was retired from the I >

grandchildren., ; .u"! r v' Union..... Correction. Institution in Jarviison
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Big plans were being made by the eighth graders at Bradford Middle":,
School Dec. 11 through 13 as Career Days were presented to help them
begin deciding what to be when they grow-up. '
Doctor or Lawyer or Fire Chief was on the menu as professionals from}
I throughout the community were on hand to talk with youngsters about\
what it took to be an accountant or a dentist or a soldier ;
"Should be doing counseling In the elementary schools to let them know ,'
a= xk what kind of occupations are out there," said BMS gidance counselor
Melba Johnson. "They're entering high school next year and this gives";
participants.them an idea of what classes they need, she indicated fcf the eighth grade.,",

About 30 professionals and other employers volunteered their time to
participate, ranging from the military recruiters,colleges, accountants,
private companies and public agencies. All seemed to have a good time, .
with the young job hunters really gained knowledge about what is involv-
ed in a career from people who should know: the ones who work in them.
Homing to make it a yearly occurence,Johnson said she was receiving ,
quite a bit of positive feedback from both students and visitors. '
29 companies, government agencies, military recruiters, colleges and ,
universities sent. representatives to BMS over the three day exposition. .''.


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Computers' and records... Forestry in your future?,.. Demonstrating a modern splint... _
Explaining that forestry is more than just planting trees, county forester Dave
With the help of a Corona portable computer, Kay Eldrdge tells how Norton tells what keeps him busy during a work day,while Home Economist( Diann Eddie Siegmund receives treatment for a pretend leg injury from Brad-
she does her work in the records department at Bradford Hospital. Douglasabove middle) uses a slide projector to show the many sides of her field. ford Hospital physical therapist Jerry Fisher.

I News to brush fires, they could Hardly Joseph Robert Sully Gonsalves, Barber. Daniels blood alcohol con "As a scleroderma patient who
BriefsNo finish one run before another call Jr. arrested Jan. 20 for driving tent was .32. Bond was set at$325. has suffered alone for too many
came, according to Paramedic Dan under influence and license not exhibited Sidney Green Johnson,25, of Lake years with a disease that few people
temperatures. It has really been Cuddmgton. The fires were a resultof on demand,according to Sgt. Butler was arrested Jan.22 for driving have ever even heard of, I am at-
Fires Resulting quiet, said Assistant Fire Chief dry weather conditions, winds and Wayne Wilkinson. He was released while license suspended, accor- tempting to locate others who suffer
From Cold WeatherThe Dwayne Hardee. This is usually the people failing to get the required after a $400 surety bond was posted. ding to Marshal Tommy Raulerson. from scleroderma (systemic a!
time we have fires starting from burn permits, according to Joseph Brewton, 59, was arrestedJan He was released after a $210 surety sclerosis). ',
Starke Fire Department people trying to keep warm. Emergency Services Director Cliff 22 for driving while license bond was posted.Individual. "My New Year's resolution is to
reported no fire calls over the The new quick response unit was Chapman. "If they had requested a suspended; according to( Patrolman correspond with as many scleroder
weekend, despite the cold kept busy Saturday answering calls permit,they would have been turned Dwight Groves. Bond was set at Seeks&cleroderma ma patients as possible. Doctors tell-'
down," said Chapman. $210 he was released on his own me there are 300,000 of us. Perhaps .
1M... L recognizance.Moses PatientsThe your readers can assist me in
Traffic ArrestsIn DanielsJr., 37, was arrested following letter was received locating others like myself. I can be*
Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm Bradford CountyThe Jan. 22 for driving under In- seeking help in"locating others witha reached at 21 Brennan Street, 21,'"
fluence, according! to Sgt. Winston similar medical problem: Watsonville, Ca. 95078.
Take 100 South towards Keystone, take right on following arrests for traffic : "Thank you, Diane Williams." '
24th Street, follow signs violations were made by local .. -
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: James Raulerson Death Sentence UpheldFlorida's .

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Supreme Court at the Sailmaker Restaurant,duringa Johnson, 40, a Vietnam veteran
unanimously upheld a death robbery attempt. Raulerson also from Kentucky, is scheduled to'die Auto Electric
sentenC for convicted police killer forced a school teacher who worked for the 1979 killing of 62yearoldJames -
James David Raulerson Jan. 21, evenings at the restaurant to per- M Hadden in Lee, Florida. &
paving the way to his electrocution form oral sex. 6
scheduled for next week.Raulerson's Service
At 10 p.m. March 16,1979,Johnson
It is Raulerson's third death war- and a 16-year-old girl stopped at the
attorney, Palmer rant. He avoided his first death war- Lee Shell Service Station on 1-10 473-7557
Singleton, asked the court earlier in rant by 11 days in 1980 when a where Hadden worked. Johnson puta Hwy 21 & Cargo Way, Keystone Heights
the day to either delay or overturn federal and
judge ordered him gun to Hodden's head, fired
the execution saying jurors' exposure resentenced. HIs September 7, 1983 literally blew the top of Hadden's T Foreign & Domestic Alternators & Starters
to media reports damagedulerson's execution date was cancelled<< when head away.
trial.Prosecutors the 11th U.S.Circuit Court of Appealin The robbery netted Johnson about Monday- Friday 8-5 Saturday 8.12
said there was no Atlanta granted a stay. $160 in cash. ,
evidence,to back those claims and Larry Joe Johnson also is scheduled There were no witnesses to the \. -
that such charges should have been to die next Tuesday and his attorney crime but Hadden had written down .
made earlier. is expected to go to court to Johnson's auto tag number along CLOTHES LINE
Raulerson is scheduled to die at 7 seek a delay.Johnson was convictedof with other tag numbers in a pocket ,
a.m January 29 for killing Jackson- killing service station attendant notebook that he carried. .. :>!:. .

I ville Stewart Police In a Officer fiunbattle Michael April 27 David 1975 James County.Maxwell Hadden in Madison days Johnson later in was Kentucky.arrested several ,...........:... I CONSIGNMENT SHOPIn
Rear of
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Burglary Conviction Overturned On Appeal Clothes, Furniture, Appliances, JewelryAll

must be in excellent conditionWe
A state appeal court last week testimony of defense witnesses the names of defense witnesses The uppcul finiii said the judge will
reversed a Bradford County man's whose names were supplied to the sooner than,he did. But the defense could have ordered a recess or conti- buy or sell gold and Precious Stones
convictions for armed burglary and state a few days late. lawyer did inform the state that nuance to give the state attorney STARKE 964-5440 FLORIDA
grand theft because a judge refused Wilkerson's brother and sisterinlaw time to interview the brother amt
to allow the testimony of two The decision overturned the con- might testify in Wilkerson's sister-in-law.
witnesses.The victions of Michael Clifford Wilkerson behalf. "..It is possible that the testimony
accused of breaking into a of the appellant's witnesses could Roberto J. Perez
1st District Court of Appeal,in house Feb. 7, 1983, stealing a gun The judge granted the have p oduced a reasonable doubt in
a 3-0 opinion, said acting Circuit and selling it. prosecutor's request to exclude the the minds of jurors sufficient to tip Internal Medicine and Cardiology
Judge George Pierce abused his Under court rules, Wilkerson's testimony because the state hadn't the scales in favor of acquittal," the
discretion by excluding the defense lawyer should have supplied interviewed the defense witnesses. appeal court said. Marvin W. Johnson, M.D.

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Melrose Woman Dies ANNOUNCING.... Lake Butler Hospital-

A. R1ONEIM RAMADAN MI) HOURS: 9 am 4 pm Monday Friday

Apparent SuicideGerard Hand and Plastic Microsurgery 9 am 12 pm Saturday

Appointments desired but not
...takes pleasure in announcing the arrival of his necessaryOur
A Melrose woman was found dead reported. Edwards had a associates Owen B.K. Osborne MD and Ian W. Rogers, practice also includes pediatrics, gynecology,
of an apparently self-inflicted gun- gunshot wound to her head and a
MD with and interest in hand
shot wound Tuesday morning, the 12-gauge shotgun was found lying emergency room coverage, minor surgery and office or-
Alachua County Sheriff's Office across her body. surgery, cosmetic surgery and reconstructive general thopedics. Also available in offices
our a gynecologistsfrom
Deputies said a note was found In- plastic surgery.
said.A neighbor found the body of Cor- side Edward's home but they did not Gainesville Tuesday PM; general surgeon from
dia Sue Edwards, 33, lying near a suicide.EXCITING give a. motive for the apparent Call ((901) 49fi-2t2j; : : or (WOI! ) :373: -::1130: Lake City Wednesday PM.
garage at 11:05: a.m.. Deputy Dan
Telephone 496-2406 496.3506
for appointments to see the doctorsat. or

... or... After Hours Call 496-2323
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a.m. til 2 p.m. Garage Sale.. Itpd, 1/24 horn. 14681323. 11/08 tfn Now Open Now accepting con should be submitted
SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER Hwy. THREE BEDROOMS 1'/. BATHS Brick signments. Must be In excellent condi to the Bradford c/TruiiHaar
CARS & TRUCKS 301 N. Stork. Come see Dee Ramon or loo'.loo'lot. Carport central heat/air. tion. Call 964.5440, ask for Helen County Telegraph office

.Roy,,for the bargains. 964-4414 or Price $39,500. Call 9645629. No calls 12/27 fin In writing and

'13 LINCOLN: 4doorSignature,series' 9644778. 4/26 tfn after 3 p.m., please. 1/17 2tpd 1/24 MUST SELL HOSPITAL BEDS: $100 each paid In advance REALTICICIUA
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE Keystone LARGE BLOC:( HOUSE IN STARKER Good 9645213. unless credit Is r
; condition. Phone 1/10
Ilk. new. $16,800., Loan value, $16,000. ,
Heights. 2 BR across from Lake $22,000 spent on remodeling. Owner tffn already establishedwith ;
11/01 tfn
'75 MUSTANG lit 4 cylinder 4 sped Geneva. $89.00 per month. $100 dc>wn. financed Total price, $39,900. Will consider FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED: W* this office d .
Must lot for five THE TELEGRAPH 964'7776
remain on years- bare land down
as and
strive better service.
tfn, payment to give prices
Runs ,
$1200.,964.8503..12/06 ICICIUA
great 4737560. Bill. 9/27 tfn ,STAFF CANNOT BEHELD
Laredo 9646020. 1/104tchg 1/31 W* sell and rent tanks and furnish ,
1982 JEEP CHEROKEE package.; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS) 2 bedroom unit, RESPONSIBLE GAR 205 N, Temple, Starke I
Excellent condition $9600 call : Keystone Heightsarea cylinders. We solicitcustomers who
$150 mo:, furnished. Purchase option. features lake access, 1 acre lot their tanks. Open Monday thru FOR MISTAKES IN
I 473-2214. 12/13 tfn Bill 473.7560.KEYSTONE own CLASSIFIEDS WHEN We have many other lit ing* In reslden.r
1974 FORD Dump Truck for tale. fireplace, cathedral ceilings Insulated Friday 8:445: to 630.: Saturday. 8:45 to
5332474. 1/03 tfn HEIGHTS 2 bedroom unit, windows, R-19 wall and R-22 ceiling Insulation 3:00.259-6810.1/10: 3tchg 1/24 AD IS TAKEN OVER tlal lots acreage, & commercial Please'

1956 CHEV.TRUCK: In running' condition. $50 down. Payments of $59 or $99 range, refrigerator, heat THE TELEPHONE. ,call us and let us help you with your real ,
4737560. Classified
month. In park, call deadline Is
Will trod. for motorcycle, 650 CC or' pump, AC system upgrade carpet and WANTEDAXLES TUESDAY estate needs
3/7 lltpd NOON
vinyl. Only $405 per mo. Includes 1
above 9644604. 12/27 Ifn
chgIS 12x60 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA. AC. prior to Thursday
lot with all above features LOVELY
IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR $44 acre and BRICK VILLAi Convenient to everything 2
through the U.S. Government? Get the 964.4763 or 782-3437. 1/03 4tchg 124A more. Must see to believe Call Ernie ft TIRES Two axles and four tires. publication. BR, 1 Vi BA. Large living & dining area. Spacious kitchen ,
fact today! Call 1-312-742-1142 Ext. GREAT LAKE Summerlln for details. 18002225253. Highest price paid. Greene Welding charge with stove S refrlg. $37,900.
MOBILE HOME: 2 canal lots, cement words for $2.75,
609. 1/17 EOW 2/21 1/10 tfn Shop. 301 South Stark., FL. 9645007. then VERY BEST LOCATION: 3 BR, 2 BA. Brick. House
live 10 for each
boot extras. Ready to cents
.'67 VOLVO: $1495. Cla.slc. Good cond. In. Owner romp financing. $37,900. Will consider ON KINGSLEY LAKE: By Owner Extra 11/03 tfnchg word thereafter. B.autlfulCH&A! stove, refrlg., ceiling fans, 1 Vi ac. ,
large bath house. Terms available. Call WANTED TO BUY Tools old
Radial tires, n.w upholstery. 7823861. : or new. landsc. gr., metal strg shed.
bar land down Call
I 1/172tpd1/24 9646020. Itchg as 1/24 payment. ((813)) 749.1801, ask for Richard. 1/17 Carpenter or mechanics hand tools orpower. 301 MOTEL 16 rooms furnished plus spacious living i
Ph. 4681551. 1/104tpd
197 FAIRMONT SQUIRE Station Wagon. quarters 376' on Hwy 301. Own. fin.
GREAT BUYI! Two bedroom, 1V bath
$1600. Call 5332116. 1/17 2tchg 1/24 my
Mobile Home Excellent condition on FOR SALE FORMERLY MAJIK 'MARKET) Across from High
door neat. 708 W. Call St. 9644560. 1/17 use. No dealers pleas Call
beautiful 1.5 acre wooded lot on Immokalee PVC School. 301 frontage. Call for details.
Tatum'tSawmill. 2tpd 124TRANQUILITYI 1 1-497-3204 or 497.2905.24 8tchg 3/07
condition. S. at
good $1450.
7823690. 1/17 2tchg 1/24 Road, Keystone Heights. Fishing and comfort. Lak.Samp.on WANTED TO RENT: UNFURNISHED 2 or 3 BROWNLEE ROAD-36.43 AC Of prime property ,
1970 DODGE DART Needs front end 19000. Owner financed, will home. 1900 sq. ft. Cath.dralc.illngs BR Horn with stove and refrlg. In city V'pIpe10ft. Owner financing
work, otherwise good condition. $300. negotiate payments. 4732566. 1/24 with fans. Jenn-Air fireplace. limit. By retirees Call 9648573. 1/24 COUNTRY CLUB-10.93 ACRES from Flume Rd. to
4734432. Itchg 1/24 2tchg 1/31 Cedar decking. 400 ft. dock large 2tchg 1/31 Wood Panelling4'x7' Country Club. For beautiful residence or develop,
1985 LIBERTY : : and $98,000. m.nt.ONLY.
: 1900 PINTO Needs motor work. garage workshop.
Asking $1500 or best offer. Call BR, 1 BA. Plywood floors. $8,900 Cash. '9646225. 1/17 4tchg 2/07 PERSONAL SERVICESSEWING $31.000: Saratoga Heights 1331 Blanding St.,
964.6943 after 6 p.m. Itpd 1/24 SKYLINE HOME CENTER, 964.4414. 4 BR HOME ON LARGE FENCED CITY LOT $700 204 W. ADKINSi Nice older home. Well-

'84 FORD RANGER 4x4 Fully loaded, low Itchg 1/24 Newly carpeted and painted, needs Elec. SuppliesMH maintained Approx. 1660 sq. ft. CH8A. 3 BR. 2 BA
miles, Will consider partial trade on 1915 FLINTSTONE SANTA FE HOUSE: owner and TLC. $31,000. Will finance MACHINES REPAIRED: All Poles ft I with furnished apartment.
24x56 shingle roof plywood floors, with $10,000 down. Call 372-7734 Bobor makes cleaned, oiled and adjusted, FOR LEASE .
mid 70's Blazer. Bronco 4x4. Take over ,, Supplies LUXURIOUS BRICK HOME: 3 BR, 3 BA.
din., 3/2.
rear fireplace Ceiling Jessie. 1/17 tfn $15. Used machines for,sale.
mth. sewing Enormous with
lease payment of $220.50 per or Security lights great room fireplace
payoff $10.000.782.361'3. Itchg 1/24 $22,900. SKYLINE 1/24 HOME CENTER, 3 BR, 2 FULL BATHS: with carport custom James Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. Windows, doors BRICK HOME RD 230 3 BR, 2 BA. 100x300 lot. Fenc-'
Itchg built for you on our one acre lot. $4495 and Hwy.16 Stark 9648733. 1/03 tfn
1975 FORD RANGER V-8 auto. ed backyard. Priced sell.
; ; power to $49,000.
24x56 SKYLINE PSALM MANOR 250' Rolls
: down and $433 month P&I. We all CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free j
brakes air AM/FM radio pay 1320
steering; ; ; ; 3/2; rear din*.; cathedral ceiling; SEARING STREET 3 BR, 1 I'BA Approx. 1700 ,
closing cost. Call Florida Woodland estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. 12-2 w/Ground
fiberglass good tires runs on ft.
topper; ; sq. Owner will lease.
plywood floors; shingle roof. Ov.rlap.p.d .
Homes 18002225253. 1/17 2tchg Owner Tommy Reddish, 964 8559. 3/29
gas or propane. $2500.964.8313,1 Itchg siding. $27,900. SKYLINE HOME 1/24 tfn i $19"per SWIMMING POOL 4 BR, 2 BA. Morgan Road.
1976 4x4 DODGE TRUCKS 318 CENTER, 964-4414. Itchg 1/24 MODEL HOME SALE: Keystone Heights MACHINE QUILTING: Crib to King size. $62,500.
engine.Free 1915 LIBERTY 14x70:3/2; plywood floors. BARGAIN CENTER NOBODY DOES IT BETTER: We are proud to offer :
end lock hubs. $1,800. Call area. Features lake access, 1 acre lot Also have quilts for sale. Assortedsizes
$13,900. SKYLINE HOME CENTER Hwy 301N Stark. J luxurious home across from Starke CC.
964-4009. Itpd 124COMMERCIAL fireplace, cath. ceiling, Insulation, windows and designs. Betty Hildebrand,
9644414. Itchg 1/24 REAL ESTATE INVESTORS: We have listed 7
R.19 wall, R-22 ceiling insulation 964.8122.6/21 tfnchg excellent -
PROPERTY A************************* range, refrlg, and heat pump, AC WANT TO DRINK? rentals) 5 duplexes and 2 homes. All are
J: THIS WON'T LAST I J: system, up-graded carpet and vlnyles. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS rented and have positive cash flow. '

RENTLEASEFOR *: New 60x14 2 BR/2 BA :: Only $405 per mth. Includes one acre WANT TO STOP? THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SIEZES THE MOMENT
*. Assumable Low interest lot and all above features & more. THAT'S OURS FOR LEASE : "Plnesong"-37 bldg. lots w/paved roads. Ap
Must see to believe Call Ernie Sum. Alcoholics Anonymous96441509646894964S434 '4800,Sq. Ft. 600' from city limits. terms.
SALE LEASE OR TRADE] 7500 Sq. Ft. :: Loan W/No Down Pmt. : prox. Except
2-story masonry building at Corner of '.' To Qualified Buyer. merlin, 18002225253. Itchg 1/24 Bldg.On Prime SECLUDED CHARMING: Unique hldewoy. only 6,
East Call & Thompson' On. block Furnished, stereo G.T. Paddle fan J: 2tchg 131MASONRY pd thru 8/16 301 Hwy Frontage yrs. old. 2-story 5 BR, 3V BA. CHSA. Sep. office- In,,
: city On 7 Ac. Reduced. 89900.
from City Hall. Make an offer. ((904) plush. *
3566849. Clyde W.. ,Simpson 1119Barn.tt J: Delivered ( Set-Up $ LIMITS: One acre; 2 bedrooms, 2 baths; Roofing, gutters, painting and some HAMPTON LAKE: Redwood & brick 3 BR. 2 BA.
living room; dining room; kitchen; utility electrical and plumbing. Call Charlesfor Fireplace, d 75' lake.
Bank Building;.Jacksonville. FL J: $216.31 Mo. J: scrn porch on
free 7823332.
family with Franklin estimates. ((904))
room; room
32202. 10/25 tfn : 16 Ac. Clear. w/approx.
Call Brad, 473.7237 $: fireplace Florida central heat 11/22 tin Shop & Compare!
; room
: ; :
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS FOR RENT US on Hwy 301 S.Inc. deep wells, 3 septic tanks, 2
301 South near Steak House. Completion it************************* carpeted, and 3-car shed. Sacrifice. WANT A CLEAN HOUSE FOR THE Spt'tal Insurance foi MH Butler Bldg. Stocked pond 8 creek
$42.000. ((904)) 2298427. No Collect. HOLIDAYS? Flat rate $20 $35. Have
date expected Feb. 1985.; Call \Iublh'; ll tnu', Parks .,*COMMERCIALjM.. MjfnY DELU215'
references, will travel. 4962980.
' 964.8944 days. 12/20 tfn LAND FOR SALE Faye. ,,,r\111 ; T8bdftf &\ "tn heart
4 BR. 2 BA CH ft A HOMIt-,19 _...:-" UIY2/W6; i PI' lui ''''''I:; .. JO 1)Rt's..lIl.I m> uBpprox. of HW'IIfOhiBI.cIg.
,COMMERCIAL OR PROFESS'IONAIBUILDING detached 2-car garage; solar WILL BABYSIT IN' MY HOME?' Lots of u wru-rs puht'' t('"' fftV' '"$&7.511. brtOl io ;ot... >m FOR RENT US 301 South. ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road. greenhouse; acre In blueberries T.L.C. Call 9648672. 1/17 3tpd 1/31 nubile, bonifs MAKE A SPLASH ON THE BEACHLake Brooklyn.
Next Norman's Market. Call
to NnLOSTFOUND $3,000. $300 down, $75 per mo. Call Many other features $95,000. CARPENTRY WORK: Porches repairs, Call for Quote Over 100' on water by 393' deep with small cottage.
964.8076..1/10 9645606. 10/4 tfn 9648886. 1/24 Ztchg 131BOATS remodeling work, decks, mobile horn $27,000.
LOTS ft ACREAGE: 20 percent down repairs Call 964-6232. 1/17 2tchg 1/24 Olin's Mobllo -15 ACRES: Only $35,000. 10 Ac. imp. pasture. 5 Ac.
balance In five years, financing by GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows incl. lake w/fish.
owners, 964-6853. 12/13 tfn. etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. Home Sales ROOM TO ROAM:2565 sq. ft. home on 3'/t Ac. with
ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. 9646078. Orders also taken in Lake 3 BR, 3 BA. 105000.
FOUND SET OF KEYS In front of Christian Elaine M. Olin
Church. Whit tab with safety pin $3,500..5350 dn., $70 per mo. Coll 14 FT. BASS BOAT ft TRAILER: With 25 hp Butler, 496.3079, and Keystone ARE YOU IMAGINATIVE? A farm house w/approx.

on ring. Pick up at Bradford Telegraph. 9645606.. 1/03 tin Johnson motor and electric trolling Heights, 4734973. 2/26 tfnSubscribe 964.5606 I 49 Ac. on Hwy. 229. $99,000 with assum. mtg.
,ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY motor. Like 2000. Call 964.6943 INVEST NOWCommerclal Oak Plaza
135 W. Call St. l/174tpd 2/07 new on Hwy 301
DOGS ,,ROAD: $3,500 $350 dn.. $70 per mo. after 6 1/24 South of
FOUND.TWO ((2)) HUNTING Near p.m. Itpd just City Limits. 13 lots avail.
Call 964.5606 1/03 tfn
Camp Blanding. Collar;-no nameplate. I Steve Broadway GOOD FINANCING: 15 acres Hampton.
Identify and pay for ad.,Call.964-6539, 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD: (C.227)) TREE .* .
$3,500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call SERVICE
alter 7 p.m.Itc 1/24( IVININGS
9645606. 1/03 tfn Subscribe LAVISH OUTLAW'...IW'. SILL ooDO...-'.08
10 ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROAD: $1,995 Removal/ ( JOHN OKIINI>>.2121 IRVINO CLARK,J'.'''.71..
Want Ads' Get Results per ae $1,500 dn., $250 per mo. Call Today I I : Ba dlwla 1 HandiHousePortable! Trimming TOMMY CHASTAIN f M431tNO MAXINI SOOTH 4U..1M7
'964.5606..1/03 tfn \ VII WADtU-74M WAVNI DOUGLAS tU iitlPlumbing
Buildings Slump Removal/ ) DAVID OODGI114 SJ70
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U.S. 301 South" -6020 Firewood
1386-Moblle Home on 2,..c. ==
with addition. Neat and CURLES CYCLES Free Kstimalt

paved road. $21,500.. $Utk.cltnurtnuu & Associates. 3nc. 473.4732 Supplies
1387-4 BR "FixerUpper"home ; 7 Different Styles :
After 5 P.M.
in Lawtey. Pool, 25 Different Colors
$33.500.workshop, nice corner..lot. Realtor/Builder 473-7060 Keystone Heights

1379-Homesite lot across ,!Large variety of. Lots & Acreage in the hill region of Bradford 4 Licensed & Insured Durrance

from house and Vo-Tech.wooded.' Has Pricedat 'old Co,A few Duplex & Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds paved CARLSONHome Pump 'k

$5,000.; roads., Our'community water systems Owner financing Satellite Systems, Inc. VACUUMSALE w

from $3950 Central to Gainesville, Jacksonville Palatka and Hwy 100 W-Key tone Heights : Supply Co. ,,(-- _
Starke. (9011473.2666Fre.dom

Several Lots Approved for Farm Home I of Cnolce NEW & USED U.S. 301 N.-.... N. Temple
Sta..... florida 964-7061
Keystone Golf Course Area: \\o Finance Our Own

e3 BR/2 BA New Home. Split Bedroom plan w/garage & sun Chimney Fires KIKBYSKOYALS

deck. Many extras. $59,900.
Are Among the Top 10 EUKEKAS We Drill Wells
-2 BR/2 BA with 45500. .
838 N.Temple Ave. carport, Home-Fire Hazards HOOVERSELECTKOLUX 2" to ," State Licensed
Stark.F132091STROUT t .3 BR/2 BA with garage & swimming pool. $58,500. A Dirty Chimney

.1 Acre with 178 Ft on US 301. 8950. Also Causes FILTER QUEENS: __ A

REALTY 1.89 Acres, with 175 ft. Lake Hampton Oak Dr. 7750. Heat Loss'SmokeFilled SEARS c&c

INCOHPOKATIOMOKIt ,e\lp'A\ :re Hampton Oaks, Circle. 3750. Rooms COMMERCIALWu'rcpair

!We also- have--- _waterfront.. property.GAINESVILLE Protect your home all makes Mini-Storage -48FRv
96 .8931 473-3096 -
-y And Family AI
With A Hwy30.South-Storke|
SUN I Want Ads Safe Chimney 1957 Mi S. of Shopping Center SERV'ICE.

DISTRICT_CIRCULATION MANAGERThe Get ResultsIn Call: 964.8218. 964.6918 964-602Q ASSOCIATION t

Starke: Blonk nhlp Chimney Sweep 3 Miles north of "'00

Gainesville Sun Is now accepting applications for a full-time Call Montez Starke on US! 301 I

District circulation Sales Manager for the Bradford Clay. Union 964.6305 '-'- ------ --- -

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

: who is able to.motivate and deal effectively with people. FLOR1LAND (Any $95 ScotchgardCleaning

Responsibilities Include"supervision,: recruitment and-training of PINE' FORESTAPARTMENTS Hall I Is '

adult motor route carriers,' monitoring sales, collections and REALTY a ) Available

delivery'service.. Salary,,bonus' plan. benefits transportation pro 964.7700 (Deep Soli Extraction Is Also Available)

'vided. Applications being accepted at Gainesville Sun 408 South 95
393 N. Temple Ave. Whole
House 5g ,
Walnut Starke from 9' a.m. to 5 p.m.' weekdays. No calls Vernie P. Odom Special (Llv.( Din., Han,,3 Dr.). .

Broker-GRI Carpet Dyed ((9'JC 12)) . . . '. .' 5995

-3 BR home for rent In Bedroom
1-23 Apts. Furniture 449,5
STARKEThe Country. Cleaned (Sofa & Chair) . .

Gainesville Sun Is now accepting applications for Trailers Building for 1,000 rent sq. ft. From 'ISO00 to 297" "Not Delighted, Don't, Pay"

early morning route carriers. Adapt. to your with usage.lots of Serving Bradford & Union Co. and ,surrounding areas

Applicants may apply at-the Starke' office, 408 South space.Building 3 different stores. l2 & 3 Bedrooms Available Now Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

Walnut, Street, between 9 a.m. & 4'p.m. Owner qualified will hold buyer mortgageto (Licensed & Insured) (Residential & Commercial)

Applicants must have phone; be dependable; have LAND WITH TERMS: PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED "

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

refundable cash deposit., woods, Graham area A 1530 W. Madison and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts.
Ac. Fronts SR 18 Won .
ASHLEY Senior Citizen Discount Mileage
For more information contact BOB or PAT thington Spg., Union Co. Phone 984-6312 Charge Free. Advice

collect at 378-1411, ext. 4909;. between 9 a.m. and 3 114 Ac. Fronts Co. Rd. 18, E ML IMSIMTfHTMfTt 9 '5 Cal! -. 964.4997.Call '
Office Hours -
p.m.' or at 472-3614 before p.m. ft Springs Co.: pd., Union 238, Washington Co. S.! I If No. Answer Call ((904)733-1308) Satisfaction Guaranteed

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f: TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING since Dec. 31, "*... Large PIANO FOR SALE Wanted, : Responsibleparty INVENTIONS IDEAS WANTED FOR DEADLINE Open. To apply contact
MACHINES FOR RENT Union County greyish tiger-stirped. neutered nine to assume small monthly POTENTIAL CASH SALI OR ROY ALITY Lake City Community College, Rt. 7
Times 150 Main Street Lake Butler year-old male cat. Answers to payments on spinet/console piano. LICENSE BY NATIONAL DEVELOP. box 378 Lake City, Florida 32055
Phone 496-2261 for Information TFN "Peachy". H. was wearing a blu. Can be seen locally' Write: (include MENT COMPANY. Proven successful ((904)) 752.1822 extension 313.3. chg
jj C.O.'s. OUT OF TOWNft Save up to suede collar with silver studes. His phone number) Credit Manager P.O. marketing record. Free Information.Earl 1/17-24-31 .

j $80 mo. 13.000'miles a yearl PINESII usual territory Is behind Farmers and Box 520. Beckemeyer. IL 62219. Flngerman Advertising AN OHIO OIL CO. offers high income, -.......M..4.. .._. lid.....
QUALITY LIVING. Laundry Park Dealers Bank through to Petit'i Used 3-chg 1,0 Marketing Promotions. 1315 Blue Jay plus cash bonus, benefits to mature w_. ......._.....
I" Recreation Car Pools FRIENDLY AT. Cars but he may have gone farther. NEW 3 BR. 2 BH. HOME ON SR IB IN Drive Plttsburg Pa. 15243. 1-pd person In !Union County area.
1[ MOSPHERE. Reasonable. Sr 121 Lake Please call 496-2106 Sun.-Frl. after UNION COUNTY Large living room 1/10 Regarless of experience, writ. M.W. The Skin Shop
Butler 496-3366. ufn 12/13 S,00 p.m. or Saturday before 4:00 seperate dining room and closed In GOVERNMENT JOBS 15000. Read American Lubricants Co.,-Box
S* ACRES LAND 24 acres cultivated 35 p.m. 2-chg 110.17PERSONAL garage w/utlllty room country setting S50,000/yr. possible All occupa 426, Dayton Ohio 45401 1-.chg 1/24 WE BUV kNAKtW
acres timber. Runs across the -- -- oak shaded lot. Additional tions. How to Find. Coll 805-687-6000 mslr SennWOODY
.. Cr..k adjoining Columbia SERVICES w/large acreage if requested call Ext. R9979.INSTRUCTOR. ..........NORTON. ,..,,......"......',".

County V.ry reasonable. Rob Cour- 496-3939 '462-3068 nights 462-1595. COMPUTER SCIENCE .
.. son 496-2248.; Itpd-ufn 1/3 4-chg 1/10-31 Master's degree and 18 graduate

.. BRICK HOME 3 BR, 1 BH CHI Air. stove DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK 19BO CHEVET Automatic transmission hours In Computer Science or related ....,... -' '- C&CMiniStorage
and 2 $275 Package deal; 2" or 4" wells water area. PLUS 2 years' experience in
refrigerator acres. plus factory air. $2000. Phone 496-2625 l : : 'j
-' tax and first and last months rent. pumps new Installation of septic after 5:00. 2-pd 1/24-31 computer work. Prior Industry experience u,," '
Call 1/17-2/28 tanks drain fields and lift stations. In programming and com Hwy 301 S Stark
496.2305.7-pd! DOG. 1/2 Pitt 1/2 Boxer Male 9 mths i'
Mobile home poles available. All old. family pet moving. Make offer put.r applications helpful. Prefer Rigdon'sPlumbing %.Mlle S.of Shopping Ctr.
t, REAL ESTATE work guaranteed call Tommy Dor- call 496-2826. 1-chg 1/24 prior teaching experience.
man 275-2151. UFN 9/1 Knowledge of BASIC, COBOL, FOR. "".6020
NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tr. removal IRAN and RPG languages Salary:
..dr'PROPERTY' If I don't have It, 1'1I'lnd and pruning. Also firewood oak and Based on education and experience
pine for sale.' Call Thomas Nettles competitive benefits. -All of Work-
it" It Just ask. JANE S. USHER types MERRETT
,,: REALTOR. 496-2126 or '496-2903 4963823. ufn 12/22 INSURANCE AGENCY \160 S. INSTRUCTOR CEO PREPARATION From Dripping Faucetsto
"! ROTOTlLLlNGGord.n' seed beds Florida State Prison Bachelor's UPHOLSTERY"Let
r. ves. "Your Union County Realtor. Lake Avenue, Lake Butler 4963978.
etc. George Hoyt P.O. Box 116 degree. Prior experience in New Construction
: 8/04 tfn Complete Insurance Service TFN. teaching Us Cover For You"Call
Breaker Flo. 32622. Phone 485-1861 inmates preferred. Instruct inmatesin
call after 4:30: 4-chg TODAY for FREE EstimatesSR
p.m. GED preparation In Moth English 496-3894
f: Subscribe I FURNITURE NEEbS A FACELIFT Subscribe I Science Reading and Social Studies. .. 100 Ea.t.Lak.G.n.vo. FL
Richards Upholstery. Call 496-2952. Salary: $639.05 'I 473-2743
;. _3-:pd_ 1/24-2/7 benefit.. biweekly plus .. , .." .. .. "" "



CHAIN SAWS All brands marked down.
Day Week Month layer farm. 964-6727. Itchg 1/24 ed; no rain. Minimum 10 bales. J.M. EQUIPMENT. 438 S. Walnut St.
MAGNOLIA HOTEL EXPERIENCED PERSON to operate seed Edwards 9645379. 1/03 4tpd 1/24 964-8568. Starke. 1/10 4tchg 1/31
: RENT FOR RENT Across from Starke P.O. cart on poultry farm Call 964-6727 or MENDELSHON PIANO Excellent condi KEROSENE HEATERS: Vi-Price until
4 2 BR FURNISHED HOUSE No children no 964-4709. Itchg 1/24 tlon. Office hours call 9646433. Home gone) STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT
pets. $300 month plus $150 sec. dep. AN OHIO OIL CO. offers high Income, 782.3522.1/10 tfn 438 S. Walnut St. 9648568. Starke.
2 BR, 1 IA HOME One mile out ol town.
APARTMENT FOR RENT 2 bedrooms 5'd'utility
unfurnished plus cash bonuses benefits to mature TRAILERS TRAILERS TRAILERS
Fire Lane Lake
45, Kingsley TRACTOR
FORD 9-N with disc.
Coll Tiffin &
$225 $225 dep.
mo. or furnished With fireplace.Next 5332789. 11/08 tfn person In the Starke area. Regardlessof trailer $650; 16' dozer trailer Call 7823164. 1/103tpd 1/24
Owens 964.5065.11chg 1/24 to Starke Elem. School. 9645876. 2 BR MOBILE HOME on Kingsley Lake, experience, write M.Y. Read $1,700, 16' utility trailer $970; 16' lawn 2 PRC 77 ARMY RADIOS
unfur Many extras
1 BR APARTMENT Furnished or l/243tpd2/07 heat 8 AC no pets. 5332366. 12/13 tfn American Lubricants Co., Box 426, trailer, $1,125; 10' lawn single axle $500 PSID-Antl-lntruslon AlarmSystem
f nished. Off-str..t parking walledpatio TWO BEDROOM. 1 BATH MOBILE HOME Dayton Ohio 45401. Hchg 1/24 trailer, $878: 16' car hauler $1,150; 6 ;
wireless .
close-in. 964-8601 or 9647076. On Immokalee Road. Private drive. HELP WANTED FEDERAL. STATE ft CIVIL SERVICE JOBS ft. ramps. $100. Olin's Mobile Home extras $400; IN.
GRAM MAC 10 CARBINE col. Extras,
5 1/10tfn $200 per mo. 473.2566.24 3tchg 2/07 available. Call 1-619-569-8304 for Info. Center, Rd. 100 W. Starke. 9645606.
RENTAL PROPERTY Fleet Finance, Inc. 2 2 BR TRAILER $200 plus deposit. No pets. 24 hrs. 1/24 3tpd 2/07 1/10 tfn collectors $600; .380 AMT AUTO ex
part-time tras. $170, J.C. PENNY POOL TABLE.
:, apartments 1 house. For Sate by 9647047. Itchg 1/24 assembly work. For Info call RNi Immediate part time opening for a FORD TRUCK ENGINE .360. $150. Call 3/4" slate Brunswick plus accessories.
Owner. Financing Available. OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE Call Tiffin 8Owens tfn
RN with operating room experience 9646550. 1/17
504-641-8003 9579. 12/20 4tpd 2-VOX
ext. $300; MAXIM HEADSET
9645010. 1/17 tfn Inc. 9645065. Itchg 1/24 Applicants call Bradford Hospital Inc.,
Three 1/31 OLYMPIA INTERNATIONAL RADIOS $65 for both. For Info call
MIMOSA MANOR EXPERIENCED For at 9646000. Ext. 346. EOE. 1/24 2tchg offer. 1/24
and bath. Utilities furnished. Nochildren MOBILE HOME PARK BOOKKEEPER part 964-7434. Itchg 485.1541,1/17 2tpd 1/24
1/17 tfn Mobil. Homes and spaces for rent. time work. Send resume to P.O. 1/31 TWO CEMETERY LOTS At Crosby Lake ALL STEEL MULTIPURPOSE BUILDING
no pets.
3 BR MOBIL HOME Adults only. No Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone Drawer 280, Starke, FL 32091. 1/03 tfn JOBS OVERSEAS INCLUDING CRUISE Cemetery. ((904)) 259.6635 (Glen St. sale I Engineer Certified ASCS approved
1/24 ..68-29129/16 tfn REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON: Full time. SHIPS $20,000 to $60,000. Free report Mary). 1/241tpd 2/14 for grain storage. 40x80 was
,.. 964-8614 or 964-7619. Itchg
TRAILER p. NEAR GRAHAMi On. bedroom. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mile Scholarship available) ERA Tiffin 8 write International 131 Elmo Dr.. REGISTERED BEAGLES:Male and female. $15.821 now $10,2071 Other sizes
Completely furnished. Includes heat from Stark. city limits. Clean. No Owens Inc. REALTORS. 221 W. Dept. F-38 Centralia WA. 98531. 1/24 Good rabbit dogs good breeders. Both available. Call Rick or Myra in Starke,
and air. $60 week 4851371. Itchg children or pets. Hwy. 16, W. Call. Lafayette St. "Across from Wishbone"Ask 2tchg 131INSTALLERS $100. Also young dogs for sale. Marcus 964-67601 1/17 2tpd 1/24
124COUNTRY per 468.132310/7 tfn for Susan. Itchg 1/24 : Need three people to install L. Conner 9645222. 1/24 2tpd 1/31 GO CART: S-horsepower. Briggs A Strat-

LIVING IN LAWTEYt One mile CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On QUALIFIED SALESPERSON Self. energy management equipment. SPINET CONSOLE PIANO for sale, ton engine Very good condition. $250.
unfurnished Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call motivated, own transportation. Good $15 an hour or paid per installation.Low 'Wanted: Responsible party to takeover Call 9648210. 1/17 2tch1i/1/2..
West 225. 2 BR
fireplace on screened porch rear deck 964.7530 or 68.132310/07 tin commission 9647434. Itchg 1/24 ( voltage) 1-404-952-5691 ext. 100. payments on spinet piano. Can be REGISTERED BRAHAMA BULL 4 years
yard shade trees. $200 STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly PART TIME MAID to clean small opt. a Itpd 124EXPANDING seen locally. Write (Including phoneno. old. See to appreciate. Have papers
porch large after rates. Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple couple hours a week. Call 964-4546 ) Looking for aggressive .) to: Mr. Verbeck Credit Mgr., P.O. $1,000. or best offer. Contact Tex
mth. $150 ((904)) 372.1562
Ave. 7/28 tfn alter 6 p.m. Itpd 1/24 persons (full or part time) to become Box 612 Astor, FL 32002. 1/24 2tchg Patrick. 7823064. 1/24 2tchg 1/31
6 p.m. 1/24 3tpd 2/07 NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 WELCOME WAGON: Seeks energetic part of on expanding market in energy 1/31 ROLLS OF HAY FOR SALE Argentina
CAMPER TRAILER Everything furnished.Call BA apt. For more Information call Lake hott/hostess in your area who likes management equipment sales. Train- FERGUSON with overhead valves good Bahla. Nice rolls $25 per roll. ContactTex
9646365. 1/24 2tchg 1/31 Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Oppor meeting people. Flexible hours; good ing available. Call 1-404-952-5691 ext. condition. Make offer. Lawtey. 105th Patrick 7823064. 1/24 2tchg 1/31
ECONOMY KITCHENETTES Available for tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg earnings. Car required Write: Field 200. Itpd 1/24 Ave Old Eunice Road., one mile West .350 ENGINE PARTS ft Oldsmobile Body
rent on weekly basis at Temple Motel LOG SPLITTER: For rent by day or hour. Manager 281 Bishop Drive, 301. 1/24 4tpd 2/14 for sale. Contact William Haefeker. St.
9647357. Itchq 1/24 Call 9646974. 11/29 tfn. Gainesville, FL 32601. EOE. Itchg 1/24 FOR SALE CURRIER SPINET PIANO Pecan finish Rd. 325 Hampton. First trailer on left
MOBILE HOME-KEYSTONE HEIGHTS! 2 RESIDENT MANAGER: Position available Excellent condition. With bench, end past the R.R. tracks. Itpd 1/24
BR. across from Lake Geneva, $155 per at 48-unit apartment complex locatedIn damp chaser. $750. Call 9648886. 1/24 BEAGLE PUPPIES 6 wks. old. Phone
PUBLIC.AUCTION month. Furnished or unfurnished lake Butler, Fla. Involves all aspectsof FIREWOOD Call 964-B268 ask for Matt. 2tchg 131KAWASAKI 964-4847 after 6 p.m. 1/24 2tpd 1/31
473-7560. Bill 9/27 tfn apartment operation and 11/29 tfnUPRIGHT JET SKI 1983 model. Like USED FURNITURE And Store Fixtures.
3 BR,BLCCK HOME: CA/Heat. Stove, maintenance. Previous experience is KENMORE FREEZER: One yr. new. Orig. $2500. Asking $1800. Call 212 E. Call Street. Consignments ac

vin w"1 .., .. .u.refr .1.4 r ocJurnished. $325 .per mp.. desired good starting .o/ar""ond/ HInge _""."I old.f/29$450.Wrf."."964-7011.S *," after.... 5:30.".' .p.m. 96 .4995 anytime after 5 p.m. 1/24 tfn cepted. 1/24 4tpd 2/14
5 Parcels of Land ,! rCcll3ol4$606.. \ 10/25 tfn b.neflts..Apply in confidence to: 3-DOOR VISUAL COOLER: Excellent con REPOSSESSED FLASHING ARROW SIGN:
2 ROOM FURNISHED EFFICIENCY in ROYAL AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ROLLS OF HAYOrder your hay for the dition. 1000. Cash. FIRM. Call Take over $29.50 monthly payments.
And Buildings Lawtey."Call 7823458. 11/22 tfn P.O. Box 17, PANAMA CITY FL 32401. winter and leave under my barn until 473-3943 after 6 p.m. 1/24 tfn COMPLETEI) Big cash discount. WE
APPROXIMATELY BOO SQ. FT. Office Attn: Mr. Frank Johnston. 1/24 2tchg needed. Rolls of Alicia $25 at barn, ANTIQUE wooden courtroom chairs, $10 WON'T BE UNDERSOLD! Delivered
Ordered Sold By Area. Upstairs central AC/H.ot. Newly WANTED White Lady to stay at night Alicia and Bahia mixed $22.50 at barn. single; large lots available. Hospital without obligation for your inspection
Argentina Bahia $20 at barn. Hay barn beds, $100. Call 9645213. 1/24 tfn
Small Business remodeled. Freeman Register, III. with disabled lady In Keystone area. 18005513070. 1/24 'can
7 miles North of Starke on Rd. 16. and Next Starke
COLOR TV $99 to
964-5888. 1/03 4tchg 1/24 Call 4733007. I Itpd 124SHEET up. **************************
AdministrationAgency 2 BR, 1 BA LARGE HOME: On Madison St. METAL WORKERS: For Sheet Metal Delivery available at extra charge Truck Stop south of Starke. 9648212.BIG :J NO CASH NEEDED I ..
782.3727 9646167. 11/15 tfn .
of U.S. $300 mo.. $300 sec. dep. Call Tiffin & and Fiberglass duct insulation. For lob or C '8J 14x70 3 BR/2 BA :5
Owen 9645065. Itchg 1/24 in Stork. area 2 yrs. exp. min. Call -- COMMISSION SALES :: No Down Pmt. ft Low Interest J
GovernmentSale EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS One mile collect ((813) 879-2744 Mon.-Fri. 8-4:30. f31E%><3 Health Insurance Career Top SalesPerson C Rote to Qualified Buyer. .C
past Hwy. Patrol Station. One room CLERK FOR CITY OF HAMPTON: Must beat HELP WANTED in Florida Earned $100,000 In furnished stereo paddle fan plush. :
No. 1 opts. $140 mo. $100 sec dep. Call Tiffin least 18 years of age; bondable; anda 1984. Call Mickey Boutwell tel. no. Delivered ft SetUp :
ft Owens 964-5065. Itchg 1/24 city resident. Applications may be Sewing Machine Mechanic 904-351-5022 between 9 a.m. 8 Sp.m. $235.85 Mo. ..
Gateway Kawasaki obtained at Hampton City Hall any {Minimum 5 yrs. experience .; Monday thru Friday. :!:
Commercial Building & House Mon.-Wed. or Fri from 11 a.m. to 2p.m. I Salary Open, depending on ability& Call Brad. 473-7237
SKYLINE HOUSING Deadline for filing, Feb. 5, 1985. {experience **************************
On SR 241, 3 Mi. W. 1-75
CORPORATION Contact Bob Schn.ld.r

Real lake Property City Florida Only 1650 N. Temple Ave. Sterke OUT OF PAWN {.Home.".27..S 32S-6120 Plant Classified' Ads I ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.

10 a.m. Thursday. Special of the Week: .TV Satellite Systems I after 6 P.M. Get Results' E Realtor

February1985 New 1..' Wide (Only 1 in Check our low prices ,
Scuba-Diving Outfit .,.JJ.. :; FAULKNER REALTY
Stock Formerly
S.B.A. Will Finance ) w/2 bottles.$12S
Panelled & Plywood Floor

Sale No. 2 MUST SEE I $9,300Stock No. 1926 LAWTEY PAWN SHOP Job Opening Ir I 964-50651

964-4739 Hwy 301 Lawtey FL
McTavish Tire Co. 231 Lafoy.tt.St. A.ronlrom Wishbone

Commercial Building Man-f rl. 1,30 m. to S30p: n. Saturdoy9o.m.-12nee
Asst. General ManagerStarting

Real Property & Equipment Dirt & Clay Pecans Salary $25,000 yard well-Insulated with new storm windows.

12 Noon, Thursday, Tim Murrhee Cracking PecansWafnwrlght Excellent Benefits Priced* NEAR for LAKE that ALTO budget-minded: Unique, 4 person.BR, 2 BA cypress

February1985 Pecans- Send Resume to: home with decks fish pond. Over 2 acres

S.B.A. Will Finance Keystone Heights Starke Farmers Mkt. P.O. Drawer J *CENTER STREET: Duplex SOLD.

Sale No. 3 473-4175 US 301 North Hampton, FL 32044 Storage units. Across from shopping center

40 Acres large trees 8 deep shady porches with sunroom.
East of US 41 Near I 1-10
LAWTEY OFF 225 17 A. lush fenced ft
1 Subscribe Today I : pasture
Lake City Florida INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH? Custom barn.

Real Property Only FLORIDA TIMES UNION I Is accepting applications for young sales ij.Aj O (( BRADFORD TELEGRAPH COUNTY IMMACULATE 3 BR 1 BA HOME: Completely .
3 Thursday. ( remodeled. Prices In the $30's.
February1985 people to call subscriptions to new customer Must be 16 yean 964-6305 1'10 .STORY: 301 N. SOLD.

Arrange Your'Own Financing pi f I age or older Excellent commission paid. Transportation pro-( INTRODUCTORY Janet M. brick* IN NICE veneer QUIET Assumable NEIGHBORHOOD mortgage.: 3 BR. 1 10 BA

Ided. New Season Special SOUTH STREET: 2-story remodeled older home

Sale No. 4Frallck's Call 964-5165 for details Nationwide swimming pool StarlingRealtor with 4 BR. 1 BA.
company has new 1985 qualify *HWY 16 W: 30 Acrei. Toward prison.
Grocery INVESTMENT PROPERTY 5-Unit Apartment. Call
Inground pools. Wants ;
Commercial 2 Miles West Building of S'bscrlbe;; homesites. for display pro. VERY NICE: 3 BR, 2 BA. for* PARKWOOD details S/D: 3 BR. 2 BA. SOLD.

Real I (gram. Great savings for 2 Ac. Hwy. 125. $49.00O. NEAT 3 BR, I BA: In Southgate S/D.
Roberts Estate Today'Lole.
Ft. White FloridaOn homeowners who qualify. .IN LAWTEY: One blk. ENJOY PEACEFUL FISHING on beautiful Lake

U.S. 27 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke FL .Butter: ,I New pool concept and best from school. 3 BR. ,1 BA Santa Fe all year round at your lovely 2-story home

Real Property & Equipment 964.6262 Call/ Vicki (Iwarranty In business. 100% home. Shaded lot. with lots of decking dock and electric boatlill.
10a.m. Friday *GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTIES: 2 cottagesacross
Immediate credit ACRES Well

financing; : septic

February *, 1985 .COMMERCIAL Auto salvage yard with 10 Keystone 473-2210 Hgts, :available. Florida State certified tank 17x33 Talman LOVELY from 4.000 City Hall.SQ. FT. HOME: In Lake Butl.r.N..ds .

Arrange Your Own Financing acres and a CB residence. Located on US ; Insured; Bonded. fenced.pool $24.000.fenced/cross some TLC. 5 BR. 3 BA. Pool Fall.Out'

301. Owners will leave all inventory, a Storke: 1-739-0221 Shelter more extras.
4.28 ACRES: Hwy 225 A.
Sale No. 5 Call Monies *RAIFORD: Gracious older home now In 4-unlt
wrecker, and some equipment for the 964-6305 FREE SOLAR THIS WEEK 12500. apartments. Could be restored back to one family
80 Acres buyer. Call for details. NEWLY AVAILABLE: living.

8.5 Miles North Of FARM 40 acre farm with 15 acres of 1'/i-2'/i Ac. tracts. ROAD 230: Lovely building lot appro 1'Ac..
FloridaOn fenced & Tra vel Agent Susan Owner terms. out past Hospital.'
Lake Butler, pecan trees, improved pastures, 2V4-IO Ac.t $2,000 per
IN CITY LIMITS:' 6 Ac. with pecan trees. Nice
State Road 100 cross-fenced. 2 barns' home with.fireplace. 4 does it all -- ac.S. building site. '

1 p.m. Friday, Excellent working farm. Ac. Pv'd frntg. I *HWY 16: Nice building lot.

February, 1985 WATERFRONT 2 Bedroom 1 Bath homeon Make a rrangements now for 12500. HWY 16: Very neat home with many extras. 3

Arrange Your Own Financing Crosby Lake Inlet. Seawall & dock. that Sprlr g' trip! .20.50 Ac.Ac.:: Cov'd 50000.In pine I, BR. 1 BASCBEAUTIFUL
condition. Good taket.rnatlon4 both domestic and In. HOME OF YESTERDAY: (Restored)
House Is In very good ac- eWe .14 Ac.: $1.750 per ac.
Barn with stalls, hayloft toe room 40 acre pasture
FOR MORE DETAILS, CALLi cess to the lake Priced to sell.. :travel.\ .. .3 BR, 1 BA: Country, and pecan trees.

WILSON ROAD 3 bedroom 2 bath. CB 25500. *NEAT 3 BR. 1 BA HOME In Southgate S/D.

AAcDougall'sAuction house on 1 acre. Central heat & air;carpet, LIQUOR AND LOUNGE STORE *JOINS CITY PARK: Lg. lot. 2 BR'.. 1 BA. Many ex.

chain link fenced yard. Owners anxiou .SERVICE STATION tras.

6631 San Juan Ave. NEEDS.. INCLUDING APPRAISALS Travel Agency OU YOUNG 964-7525 BOB MATHEWS 964-7281
((904)) 782-3931
George W. Robert, Jr. Broker
Jacksonville, FL P.O. Drawer M LISE JOHNS 533.2783 REX SIEMER 473-212C;

1/904/786-8989 Terry A. Cclne CSM, Salesman e3 8 I N. Temple Ave. 96 .,"" 301 S. lawley SUZANNE KITCHENS 964730I

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Rental Property Available Swan. Immaculate :2 BR, 1 BA with pet. Melrose area $170 p.r.month County School Board Green Cove SprIngs

PERSONAL SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICES 1 BR, 1 BA- Lake Santa Fe. Unfurnished.No 'un month.room.No Lovely pets. 475-1678 kitchen.or$325 475.2647.per and Stchg deposit.1/3-1/31 1-684-6634 or 4752694. Keystone, Orange Height Park area Mlddleburg Will need and

pets. $400 per month. 1/10 tfnchgIAKEFRONT For application:
HOUSE chauffeur llcene.
bone lake.Completely "AREA Pinon Road
2 BR,2 BA-Gator
BR 2 BA Cove
PM GENERAL LAWN SERVICE Mowing CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work furnished. $400 per month and $400 screened Smith Lake Access. 2 BR, carpeted un Personnel division CCSB
and 1 BR cottage porch 473-2011( EOE.
furnished $250 month. No Call FL 284.6514 or
Call kltch.n0cabinets and trim carpentry. depo.lt.OffiCE pets. Springs
raking light hauling tilling security dock and
boat fishing. 473-4186 2tpd
473-7607 or 4732409. 1/3 tfnchg Reasonable prices Call 473-401 SPACE At Keystone Center. 1/24.1/31 269.6002 or 7832260. Itchg 1/24 2tchg 1/24.1/31 WORKERS NEEDED -
CARPENTRY/MASONARY Addition, 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg $200 per month and $200 security 2 BR 1 IA HOUSE On Paradise Lake andKeystone SUBSTITUTE. CAFETERIA School Board, Green
brick block floors til. work. Call473.4473.4tchg CARPET AND VINYL; R.palr..and Installation deposit. Golf Course $300 a month, WANTED Clay County Park, Mid-
1/10-1/31 *. Free estimates. Ten yearsexp.rlence. 1 BR, 2 IA-On lake Santa F. $400 per Call Jacksonville, Cove Springs, Orange
$150 deposit For
FURNITURE STRIPPING and rcflnlshing Call 473-4217 and ask for month and $400 security deposit 904/356.7658 or 9047812178. 2tchg RESPONSIBLE PARTY wanted to, takeover dleburg. Keystone Heights division area, CCSB
Specializing In antiques! Hand rubb.d Crola. 5/17 "nctjop. KEYSTONE. HEIGHTS REALTY 1/17-1/24 payments on Spinet Console Application: Personnel, FL 284.6514 or
oil finish.. Call Jocki 4732521. HANDYMAN: All kinds of home repairs Realtor 473-491 SUB-LEASE 2 BR furnished home, even piano Can b. seen locally. Writ. (in' Green Cove Springs 1/ 4.1I31
tfnchg 1/24 mobllehome repairs and fix.up needs. NO KITCHEN 1 BR. 1 BA on Gatorbon. has dishes I Cable T.V., hook-up. elude phone no.): Mr. Verbeck Credit 4732011. EOE 2tchg
BOAT REPAIRS Any typ. flb.rg'oss! No lob too small. Minor plumbing Lake. $95 per month. 694-3087. 12/27 Across from Lake Brooklyn Park of the Mgr, P. O. Box 612 Astor FL 32002.
r.polr work. 6 year experience. Ed repairs. Cleaning service. Light haulIng ifncha Palms, Keystone Heights. Available 2tchg24.131 Subscribe Today I
T-462-4383 after p.m. and weekends. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. LOG SPUTTER FOR RENT Bryan Ace 1-20-85 to 6.85 (or longer). $350 a HORSE WANTED Must be Inexpensive LAKE REGION MONITOR.
4tchg 1/24-2/14 5/17 tfnchg. Hardware, 4734006. Itchg 1/24 month plus security. Call 4734903. Large gentle horse for beginning rider 473.2210
PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING 25 2tchq 1/17.1/24 Call Edward 4734073. Itpd 1/24
year experience. Reasonable price.
Phone Rex Merritt 4737086. Itpd 1/24

Items Available At TG4Y Family Center Listed Below' Only.
Chuck Satterwhlte, State Farm Insurance
Lawrence Blvd., Keystone '
Height 73.7272.7/19 tfn
Satterwhite, Stat. Farm Insurance I .. .
Lawrence. Blvd., Keystone Heights. 1 1Copytlgnt ..' .
4737272. 7/19 tfn
lawn care and maintenance. @
Commercial or residential. Free
estimate. "".2197 evening 8/02 tfn
? Call 473-7864 for Ironing services Familx Centers
that can't be beat. Satisfaction t985.bG6r ions Co A MOUSENOLD
guaranteed every time. 1/10 tfn
toddlers up to 5 years of age receive
excellent care. Weekdays, 86. Call
4737864. 1/10 tfn


RAT. Buy Sell and trade. Used furniture i

tools collectable,etc.appliances 473-2183, glassware, tfnchg household, old 7/26 jewerly Items, U I .I I a% jo I 1 [ rA

price paperbacks/trade 2 for 1. 135 h4t
Flamingo St. behind Monitor.
Mon.-Sat. 10.5 1/17 tfnchg.


sale Furniture, book, antique sewing
machines, dishes, vacuum cleaner, b
closet full of clothe and many other a
Item Final sole many new Items odd. ,At ; Kts $ r s rose
{ a r m? x tit t w>: >Ns%
ed. Kitty-corner from Public library.
Sat. and Sun. 10 am.5 p.m. Itchg 1/24 .

CARS.& BOATS TRUCKS E:'_- !ft. .[i

1947 CHEVROLET PICK UP Short wheelbase
6 cyl., standard tranam'lssion
radio and heater $500 firm. 473-3962
Neucier 60 Piece
after 6 p.m. 2tchg 1/24-1/31 Assorted
19 FT.TRAVEL TRAILER Good condition. 4 Wheel 10"Hanging
$1,695.473.3192. Itchg 1/24 DinnerwareSet Pennzoil _
Rose Bushes Hand Truck

FOR SALE Single Pack Motor OilSAE.10W30 .

SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC & Dolly l ,. ,, ,.,, Baskets rwll ,
.pipes. and .fittings. .Water soft.nersr Complete wltn.-. r+ ., ; ? ? .
Bryan Ace Hardware) Keystone Hgt --T $2.99 -iT '''''mi', 1J4W seas ni 8 !w>rf'"
11".f1"OR' X5.99Reg.
473-4006 5/24 tfnchg Napkins & Napkin Rings Reg. '14.99 ".
l' "gf"olJd
HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm .c.
tion, plus organ music$995. Call 39.99 Twin Pack QQ Qt. $ 99
473-2210 weekday or 473.4648 $11 4

SWAN weekends CREST for NURSERY appointment SR-26.to 2'/t see miles tfn $ 24 9 $3. 99 Limit 12 No Rainchecks

east of Melrose. Azaleas, 3 for $1. $5
limit.12/20 tfnchg
bath 1/3 h.p. motor "like new" condition.
Used very few time Sacrifice$73
cash. Call 473.3971.2tchg 1/17-1/24
10x12 YELLOW NYLON carpet and pad,
$40. Tie back print curtain and Sony

valance Ingle bed for spread two to window match $35 Quilted for let. Midge!' Classicwindow VHS and Beta G.E. People

Perfect for little girl's room. To see cal Stacking

473-2210 weekends tfchg weekday or 473-4648 VideoCassettes Brew Starter Desk Trays The Trivia Game

19 CUBIC FT. Whirlpool Frost-free ref,
Approx. 3 years old..Whit. with textured Panels Coffeemaker No. 282 g.2.77 with Personality
front can have Ice maker Excellent '
shape. Call after 6 p.m. 81" Reg. 39.99 Reg.
473-4333 ask for Terry. Itchg 1/24 Reg. '8.99
Take over $29.50 monthly payments $02 44 $2400 $1500
COMPLETEI! Big cash discount. WE $ 99
without 1.800.551-3070.1tFCAN obligation for your Inspection. c

Ace Part & Service 4734001. Itchg


Large rooms fireplace, screened
porch catherdral celling. Many extras.
11 '/ mortgage. 4733929. 4tpd

BY OWNER 3 BR. 1 1'/ BA 1V yrs. old. -
CHSA In Clay County. Beautiful 1 ac. Tidy Cats. One TablePants
tree covered lot fenced backyard, Reg. 29.99 One Group Mens One Group of Ladies
deck. 48900. Call 473-7272 I or
12592138.920 tfn TV Carts SweatersJackets Kilt Litter
MODEL HOME SALEi Keystone Height*
area. Features lake access; one ocr. 25 Ib. Bag- Reg.. '3" Ladies, Jrs., Mens, Boys
lot; fireplace; cath. ceiling; Insulation
window R-19 wall R.22 telling Insulation $19"No. 300/0
1/2 $700
; range;; refrlg.; and heat Off Price $299 '
pump; AC system; upgraded carpet i
and vlnyles. Only $405 per mth. Includes 5310 .
one acre lot and all above
features & more. Must see to believe
Call Ernie Summerlin 18002225253.
1/24 2tchg 131LAND

FOR SALE ,. t .

Men's .
'LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake. 13500. .
Owner will finance, $164 per month. Jackets .
4734367. tfnchg. 12/6
'/ ACRE Corner fenced lot septic tank _
and light pole. Hallmoon lake. $4.000. Rainbow Selected Group
: Ladies SleeveBlouses
Call 1-783-1132. Itchg 1/24 Long
1/:2/ One Rack Ladies
MOBILE HOMES Price runners Toys Blouses

I 24"x60" Reg. '2.55 '
2 BA 15x19 extended living room new One Table Ladies 50 % Sleeve I
curtains,clean.$18,500.282.5032. Itpd off ,
$199| '

KEYSTONE 1/24 HEIGHTSi 3 BR. 2 IA.' Sweaters .... AND MORE. $5'99 $ gg oo

Spacious doublewld mobile home j .
with meson-like siding, and shingle ,
roof en....utlful one ecre.lake access $800 !f :,: .
lot with all Improvement. $299S down : : ),.. ... : \ .
end JUt per month. Tefal price for fI, ,. .
land and Improvement $2S,990.Ideal j
for retired or working family. Call Big '
Tree Lake, to/l./ .,... f-fOO-222-MU.. 301 South' l....... ,_. .' Bradford! Square
1/112tchg 1/24


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Carlisle, Wayne*t. 89 48 71 44 40 55 77 60 75 82 76 93 90 69.2 83.8 .
1'= Chance, Chester B. 97 94 97 90 91 93 95 92 94 96 91 99 98 94.4 Judges Are Judged...
Crews, John J. 92 89 95 82 86 86 93 81 89 92 77 94 95 88.5 91'3 Most judges score well In the recent
U Fagan, Osee R., 99 84 96 78 90 94 97 90 97 97 92 '99 97 93.1 attorney survey. The taken
.0 W:: Green, R.A., Jr.Mickle 90 82 87 59 57 68 77 76 74 84 88. 93 89 78.8 78.8 93.3 once bar association a year,judges members are judged for by their I he

3U Stephan P.* 98 98 99 95 98 99. 99 97 97 97 99 99 ,98 97.9 98 atlhtylempermentandjudgmenl. ,
Sanders, Elzie S. 95 100 100. 99 100 100 100 99 100 100 100 98 100 99.3 99.5 The survey reflects the opinions of
'U- Tench, Benjamin M. 69. 77 70 63 73 72 77 74 71 79 84 86 89 75.7 83.8 one- thorthe517lcensedtopraclice!
Yawn, Theron A.,Jr. 96 74 90 65 73 80 89 82 86 92 88 96 93 84.9 88.6 in the local Bradford 8th judicial and Union circuit Counties that includes

-::: Beauchamp W.O., Jr. 91 99 94 84 96 95 88 82 88 86 97 95 92 91.3 96.3 1 I'
3O Crenshaw, Jeanne Dawes 61 97 86 93 95' 91 90 93 91 92 97 93 94 90.2 91.1

I r.. : Doughtie, Nath.C. 87 100 99 89 91 91 89 85 82 88 88 95 92 90.5 91.8 '
I ... Griffis, D.L. 79 84 83 42 53 30 28 28 39 28 .71 56 53 51.8 73.5 ",
+.. Lang, Miller 100 100 100 99 99 99 100 99 99 98 '100 100 100 99.5 98.1 .' ,
,; E: Morris, Stan R. 99 95 100 91 96 98 99 (99 99 99 97' 99 99 97.7 98.5 '\. ,"H.d '
: W Pierce, George H. 96 97 100 82. 93 92 91 88 88 88 93' 89 91 91.4 95:2r : : ...
\". Reiman, David L. 95 96 98 98 98 96 100. 98 100 96 100 100 100 98.1 '} \

1 Ratings pertain to service as Alachua County Court Judge 4 '

Attorneys Approve of Most

County and Circuit Court JudgesAttorneys I LB Lake Butler Farm CenterHwy

121 South Lake Butler 496.3921

generally approve of courtesty, flexibility in thinking, Newly appointed in Union County, OPEN Mon.-Fri. 7:30.5:30Sat.: : 7:30-12:
the job being done by the 17 local judicial temperament, reflection on Judge David L. Reiman scored well PC
county and circuit judges,according judicial office and ability to grasp his first time, 98.1, the closest to Sale Price Good thru January 31, 1985
to survey results released by the concepts. He slipped 14.6 percent in Judge Sanders score.
area bar association. his overall ratings. The judges were rated on qualityof
Judge Elzie S. Sanders, a Starke Baker County Judge D. L. Griffis work, judgment, breadth of FRUIT TREES, SEEDS VEGETABLE PLANTS
resident, took top marks in all received overall ratings of disap- knowledge, promptness and handl- '
categories but one in the survey. He proval also from the more than 30 ing of calendar, among other things Apple . 4.50 FERTILIZERS DOLOMITE
scored a perfect 100 in nine of the percent of the respondents The survey was the opinion of 123 at Peach . '4.50
thirteen areas judged by fellow attorneys Judge Griffis said he expected torneys. All Types of Gates
that, since he is the only nonlawyerin Circuit judges, who preside over Pear . . '4.50 Cattle and Panels
the circuit, he calls himself a'peo felony cases and civil suits, generally I Hog
Even so Sanders fell two-tenths of ple's lawyer.' He was re-elected last have more contact with private I Pecan . '6.95 Hardware
a percent since 1983,1984's November without opposition.A attorneys than do
county judges.
averagewas '
l Plum . 4.50
99.3, which would still indicate County judges-who handle traffic Field Fence
the attorneys have little complaintwith majority checked 'disapproval'for court, misdemeanors, landlord- Nectarines '4.50 1
the mild-mannered judge. Griffis under the categories of tenant and civil matters involving Barbed Wire, "
On the other hand, Judge Wayne judgment, quality of work, ability to less that $5,000, tend to interact Many others to choose from "
M. Carlisle did not fare so well with grasp concepts, fexibility in think primarily with state attorneys and
attorneys working in the Eighth ing, breadth of knowledge and public defenders. We spread i\ )
Judicial Circuit, which includes reflection on judicial office. Aaron Green, president of the '
Union, Baker, Alachua, Bradford, Another Starke resident, Judge R. lawyer's association, said the sole Fertilizer & Dolomite
Gilchrist and Levy Counties. A. Green, Jr., scored 90 or above in purpose of the survey is to inform [
Judge Carlisle, in a survey of only two areas, promptness in performance voters about the abilities of their All Types of Feed
lawyers who are members of the and handling of wntten elected judges. He said voters would
Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Associa- communication. He maintained his not otherwise have a way of assess-
tion,, was given failing grades for 1983 average. ing them. Water Conditioning Salt Boots Shirts Jeans

Come see us for all your Farm and Lawn and Garden needs

I Starke Burglaries Remain UnsolvedThe I 29 GAUGE 5-V CRIMP METAL ROOFING

G.90 Galvanized Roofing
/ weekend burglary of Wiliams vestigator Ricky Bennett. into Jan. 15 at 3:56: a.m. The front
Jewelry in Starke,have the police Entry was gained by forcing the door of that store was also bustedo. feft.407D8Tsttet! 1 It...SS.43 rsttMt 10 ft..$8.77 per shed 12 ft.H.ll per sheet 11 ftJlg.M ptr sheet
baffled. 'Evidently! the"thief- knewwtyat front dooJ!.with a tire iron. A show A display case with men and ladies 1 .4 p sheet, I It....$& IC. per 11 ft.S7.48 per sheet! U tt.l.47 per sheet 18 R.512.1$ per slim
/ he was doing he was-in and out I case was busted ,and gold chains Timex watch s'waTTemoVe'd at (hat x '
/ of the building in record time, and were removed, valued at 15000. time The case was found behind the : ;' Fence Special Seed Potatoes
cleared out one display case,said In Andrews Drug Store was broken bUilding. There have been no arrests
I in either case, the police are continuo Posts 8' 4x4 Pressure Red Pontiacs

/ ing their investigation. I i'0, troat.d posts$3SO.n........ *6.7550
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sP oar- .r"t 6.75 SO Ib bag
+ I Complete line of lawn ft tuppfle
lliil r' I 'j' Com tee u* for all of your farm supply need Wholesale l or Retail-Dealers welcome.
w. also carry:: ,
Fertilizer. Reid & Vegelible Seeds Barn Poto" Hardware. Chemical. Hay Twin. Wolverwlne Boots Wrangler Jeans
'Mineral Feeders Water troughs PVC Pipes, Feed potting soils cow manure dolomite lawn & garden suppiim lAnce
toMj charges electric fence supplies, Centlseed & a whole lot more
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Customize shirt with a selection from our new shipment of T-SNrt Jessies
your Model A Lounge 301 Liquors Oasis Lounge Lounge
In stock
Transfers.Over 40 different designs : ,
Highway 21 North 1 Mile North of 3 Miles North of 801 N. Temple Ave.
Sweatshirts & Pants thru Sat, Jan. 26 "10 oOff Keystone Heights Starke on U.S. :301 1 Waldo on U.S. :301 1 U.S. :XI North

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