Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01325
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 31, 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: UF00027795:01325
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throughout the period of about 33-40 percent, and seasonable '(. 8T
temperatures with highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s. Two S.ctlensSECTION *t
Friday and Saturday should be mostly dry, with an increase in At 12 .'Oll.. . "j',
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the'chance of rain Sunday.A editorial . . . . .' .'... 4 *' .
rigid high pressure area has been steadying N-Florida weather Lagali. . . . . .Pag. 10 '. tl 1,1 d'-1
conditions. A weak funnel trough from over Texas Is moving Social. . . . .. .Pag.. I.' NK
eastward and should drift over the Florida panhandle and SparU. . . . . .'011.. 1-10 '' .
N-Florida this weekend. L115NA12 fLOlno.1.
'Today (Thursday, Jan. 31) should see broken clouds with a 20 SECTION .112 Pag. t )C ,yti l

percent chance of rain from noon to 2 p.m. N.w. BrMs. . . . .Pag.* '.7 The SweJ U r' -1 326.1\ _..un
Less than half an Inch of rain fell on the county during the rains D.ath.. . . . .r ? .Pag.l ..., f L
this past week, despite some heavier rain in some localized areas. Want Ad.. MO lOfttliVe N/lU-t/ : 23 Cents Copy
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fI f; Worth Wotin9 I'TIt.! T1:1 ;1! :. .v.,..l' Crowd. Cheers

I Meetings This Week...

I It's time again for the first-of-the- j ,
month meetings. it
Bradford County Commission Upbeat Stance

meets Monday, Feb. 4, at 9:30: a.m. r
in the courthouse. W 1- ,r r / 'a \
The Bradford School Board has

a work session set Monday, Feb. 4,
at 7 p.m. in the school administrative -
offices on N. TempleAve.
in Starke. Of Tomlinson"I
.The Lawtey City Commission
meets Monday, Feb. 4, at 7:30: p.m.
1 in the Lawtey city hall.
'. The Starke City Commission will think we can do it!" by the Florida Department of Com-

' : meet Tuesday, Feb. 5, at 7:30: p.m. r pdiW' 1984 President J.E. Tomlinson gota merce.
in the Starke city hall. standing ovation at his closing Armed with a collection of 3x3
The Board of Governors of the statement on the four major projectsthe cards on which he had written the
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com- Starke-Bradford Chamber of best jokes of 1984, President Tomlinson -

merce will meet Thursday, Feb. 7, r Commerce is sponsoring or suppor cut through the formality and
at 12:30: p.m. in the Chamber office kept the usually staid, long-winded
1 at Walnut and Jefferson Streets in ting.The projects are: atomosphere light, before he got
Starke. .The Starke Center for Santa Fe down to the serious business of the

1 I .... Community College, a progrm Chamber's progress in 1984.
'",' strongly backed by the Chamber.
1j .: .. revitalization of central Then Tomlinson challenged the
j Songs of the Heart... \ downtown Starke, a program sponsored 187 Chamber members and guests to

A Valentine's Day Concert of love :" '-- by the Chamber through its continue the work started in 1984,
f I. will be and saying "I think we can do Ill"!
at 8 Committee.
I songs presented p.m. c, : Downtown Progress
. Thursday. Feb. 14, at the Starke :. \ The SFCC Starke Center and The audience gave Tomlinson a
i': Woman's Club by the Starke Reper- .. .,. ; downtown revitalization are seen as standing ovation, approving his efforts -
. tory Chorale directed by Don Har- ','"''. (, ,,)0 -" .,.._ dependent on each other, with the of the past year and his
j. SFCC project to have a Starke challenge.
The public is invited. Donation ,. .';.., 't" Center in old 1902 courthouse seen as In keeping with his practice of get-
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ting the job done with little fanfare
1 will be accepted, however. the anchor project..The .
The chorale has been together .. beautification of the medianon Tomlinson noted the names of the
Does It!
Easy ... ,..
: new officers and dire! It were
, two years in February. Members 4-laned US-301 through Starke, a
; are Pat Crawford, Marian Douglas, Harry Green, upper right, and helpers didn't break a owner said she was ill-clad for the recent cold weather, Chamber sponsored project. printed in the Charter' Gazette,
Charlene Francis Bill George, single bone as they lifted "Miss Springtime," a/k/a and donated her to the February Garage Sale starling The Blue Chip certification program published by The Te'egraph,and an-
Denny George, Esther Hardy, Bill "miss Garage Sale" from her bumpy ride in a pick-up next Thursday, Feb 7. a Chamber sponsored program nounced" "They are hereby
! McRae, Bob Miler, Carol Milner, truck to her prominent position on the Old Courthouse! in which six local Chamber installed. Tomlinson said he isn't"too
Annette Pusateri, Cana Schmidt grounds. The four-fool stalue came from the lawn of a For more on Garage Sale, see the Editorial Page, no. committees are working to gather much on" lining up raisingSee
Kirk Schmidt, and Debbie Woodfin. recently sold home In Saratoga Heights. The new tin this issue. information to have Starke CC ProjCCtS..I'.2A
designated a Blue Chip community ( )

; Ex-Guard Gets 20-Years for Introducing: Contraband into FSP .

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>, A former prison guard charged A shake-down search of the prisonin sympathized with the problems Imprisonment of inmates to convict him. He said if the prison value would have been justified and he hoped it would be a
, with smuggling marijuana and early August uncovered four could create for: McKeh- McKenzie had been helping the in- much greater. .. deterenl to other officers not to
"4k" bullets into Florida State Prison zipguns. homemade cell keys, zie's wife.of.25 years and family. t?e 'touites'as I ; ; suggested thaULhouwildri Assistant State',Attorney Tom become Involved in introduction of
..... --" .' ':-r@ceived.l .SO-yearTprifiou .sentence :"escape .tools "includiJ1&lia kaaw' -.d..citecied'ifm'rather' : than w'Ettv; puprison-investiial: Mi' on Jontra '", ;;/,-('''''''':: .:,
Monday Jan. 28, rather than a blades, firecrackers, the .22 bullets guidelines was warranted. testifying against McKenzie. the stand before Judge Pierce Mon Elwell sataif was a serious case "
three-year term calculated under and a map outlining an escape routeto Assistant public defender Glenn McKenzie admitted to the judge day to outline the seriousness of the and the sentence should send a
the state's sentencing guidelines. nearby SR-16. Weiss said the sentence would be ap- that he took marijuana to an inmateto introduction of contraband. message to officers who might consider
Byrdus E. McKenzie, 47, of Acting Circuit Court Judge GeorgeH. pealed. use as a tranquilizer because the Inspector General Dave Brierton smuggling items into the
Lawtey had worked at the max Pierce said he decided to veer Pierce gave McKenzie con- inmate was constantly crying. He of Tallahassee said the weapons prison that they would be dealt with
imum security prison for more than from the guidelines because McKenzie secutive 10 year terms for the introduction created a danger to the correctional "harshly.
two years. He entered a plea of guilty showed utter disregard for the of marijuana and the officers at FSP and to person who Three other guards have also been
to possession of more than 20 safety of fellow officers by supplying bullets and four years probation for said a member of the inmate's family lived in surrounding community if charged with introduction of contra-
grams of marijuana and no contestto contraband to inmates. possession of marijuana. gave him the marijuana and $150 the escape had been successful. band. They are: Brian Edwards 34,
charges he smuggled marijuanaand Pierce said the no contest pleas Weiss said McKenzie had not for taking it into the prison. Brierton described the inmates involved of Raiford; Roger G. Harvey, 31, of
50 rounds of ,22-calibre ammunition could only be seen as admissions of previously been in trouble with the Weiss said the street value of the as very dangerous. Keystone Heights; and Claud Sheffield
into the prison. guilt. Pierce said that although he law and the state was using the word marijuana was at least $1,300 and Brierton said the sentence was 43, of Starke.


Outstanding; Citizens Honored by Chamber of Commerce I

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Three outstanding citizens of the ....a 15-year member of the Cattleman's .,. .. ,.......'::1.._...... ';.;,:h'_-.",",'''''.''- .. .
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community were honored Saturday Association and :'tIII :#: ,7._ t't. s.., t'
night, Jan. 26, by the Starke- secretary/treasurer for the past 12 .
Bradford Chamber of Commerce at years. il .
its annual dinner banquet.It ....a 15-year member of the ", .. :.:.1f. :, ../. t ft
Chamber and a former president, ."-.
was all a surprise said the / ; i'
honorees, who were brought to the 197880.! At present, Norman is a ...,. ..
banquet at the Starke Golf and Country voting member of the Executive .
Club under false pretenses. Committee of the Chamber, servces
Honored were: on the Board of Governors as an ad- fI/fwrt
visor from the Fair Association, and "
Ray Norman, as the citizenoftheyear. J
is on the Blue Chip Finance Commit 1 ,

Rev. Mr. Arthur L. Lee III, rectorof tee. ;1
the St.Mark's Episcopal Church of ....a member of the Citizen's Com ;, ;v :i l
Starke, as humanilarian-of-thelear. mittee for Santa Fe Community College 't
Lenore Starke Center.
... member of the 4-H Advisory d .
Bradford High Student Body, as .a ..,,.'
student-of-the-year. Committee. ,::1
... member of the local Kiwanis '
Nominations for the annual .a ", ,
awards are made to the Chamber of Club. '
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Commerce, and a Chamber committee ...active in prison religious work.
chooses the recipients based on For the past 17 year Norman has
the number of recommendationsand played the piano for church services \ '
the accomplishiments listed. within the prison system at the ;r1i \ $Q'v .r. t
Some 200 persons crowded into the Reception and Medical Center in t .
ballroom of Uie Starke Golf and Lake Butler and for the past two .
a Country Club {for the banquet and years at the Butler Transit Unit and ,1 : i tt'

awards ceremony, more than can be the New River Annex l /
remembered attending the dinner In ("
Father Arthur Lee III..;"is
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past years. L......
the kind of person who places the ..r.1oIf
Ray Norman..a banker and problems of other people above his
'' farmer .is truly dedicated to hiscommunity own," said Steve Futch in presen-
and takes great pride in ting the humanitarian-of-the-year Chamber Honors Outstanding Citizens...

'I serving the people in it," said Susan award to a man who has been In the Honored as outstanding citizens by the Starke-Bradford Chamber of Norman citizen-of-the-year. .
, Reddish, who presented the award. community for only three years. Commerce are the Rev Mr. Arthur L. Lee. III, humanitarian, and At left is incoming Chamber President Richard Welly. At right Is 19X4
Norman Is loan officer and vice- Father Lee, who has accepted a daughter. Miranda; Miss Lenore Welty. outstanding student, and Ray Chamber President J.E. Tomlinson.
president of the Community State parish in the Tampa Bay area will

Bank where he has worked for 17 will be leaving Starke has given the of time he has been a resident t bachelor of literature in Mediaevil member of Bradford Lodge No. 35 of groups and invididuals, and has con
years, active in raising cattle with community quantity and quality period theology from Oxford, England. the F&AM Masons. ducted church services for prison inmates
Futch said.
his father on a Bradford ranch, andis work and service, said Futch. He here, ....is secretary of the Executive ....has taken a leadership role In .
a staunch supporter of the served as assistant rector at St.An- Father Lee.:.: Council of the Diocese of Florida, the Bradford child abuse program, ....has supported and coordinateda
Bradford-Union swine and cattle drews Episcopal Church in Tampa ....was born in Minneapolis and a member of the Commission of has made space available for the massive effort for participation in
from 77-82, and for the three
associations. past local alcohol abuse has Civitan Regional Blood Bank
Minn. attended high school in the Ministry where he also serves as examining program
Norman is... years has been rector; of St.Marks has BA in English chaplain. done extensive counseling for the ....has expanded and reorganizedthe
Philippines a
....a life-long resident of the county here. Father Lee literature from Berkley, Cal.. a ....is a member, and bulletin local Starke Alcohol Anonymous St.Marks Day Care Early Learn-
a member of he Heilbron Springs The reason qualifiesfor is Master of Divinity from the Church editor of the Bradford Humane Chapter, has provided counseling Awards..P.2A
award that
music Baptist director Church and where assistant he serves pianist.as he has this accomplished humanitarian so much in the Divinity School of the Pacific, and a Society, the Starke Rotary Club a for the prison system both for (See

I Blaiiie Thompson Goes to Prison, Pleads GuiltyJohnnie to Cocaine TraffickingNorman .

was scheduled to go on bond. He gave the sheriff's office
Blaine Thompson stood state guidelines call for a sentence of mileage and buying $5,000 worth ol. Judge Crews told Thompson, wnen trial in February but that trial has $50,000 in cash and his mother
Circuit Judge John J Crews 4V4 years plus the possibility of a cocaine made a total cost of the investigation he accepted the guilty plea on Jan. been postponed until two presented a deed for a piece of property -
Friday, Jan. 25, to learn he would $50,000 fine. Thompson was sentenced of $73,000 up to mid 14, that the judge is not bound guidelines.Thompson's to stay. psychiatrists can examine Normanto in Lake City assessed at
within sentencing
in prison after to 19 years with 12 years probation December. determine if he is insane. A motion $150,000.Six .
spend seven years to conspiracy to traffic and was fined 50000. Thompson and seven other defendants attorney, Terry has been filed by Norman's attorney other men arrested on Nov. 6
pleading guilty According to Elwell, Thompson were arrested Nov. 8 and I, Silverman, said the sentence was to provide Information Indicating have each entered pleas of guilty to

Thompson cocaine. 43, of Lawtey, could could have been required torepay charged with various counts 01. unjust and they would appeal. filed that Norman was not sane charges against them.
Trafficking According to the charges ,
have received a sentence of from 4Vi the Florida Department of Law En- possession and sale of cocaine.selling received cocaine from when the cocaine transactions were
for costs incurred.A charges stem from Thompson
recommended by state forcement they made. Thompson..Pg.2A)
to 30 years as ) ol L.J. Norman of Wellborn which was See
guidelines. Assistant report submitted by FDLE more than an ounce (28 gramS Norman remains free on a $200,000
sentencing FDLE agent.
sold undercover
State Attorney Tom Elwell said agents indicated that agents' time, cocaine.


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n .'ok. Okays $15,000 Road Paving Pro ect ,;; ;; > ,

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Moving ahead 1 with plans to Im would cost approximately $50,000 to will be$Ii ,200 which will come out,of streets being deeded to the City of '"
prove the streets in the Shady Oaks pave the streets in the subdivisionand Brooker's share of the. four-cent Brooker. With few residents In the '. Dr. LeonardSchlofman : .
Subdivision the Brooker City Coun- around $10,000 to put down gasoline tax 'm\,:*' ? '. area, little justification could be \
cil approved spending $10,200 for initial limerock and do patch-work. "It's a Jam-up price,",said' Melvinof raised to improve the streets with
paving and $4,800 for 'sup* The street to be paved Initially the Moore.Inc. proposal., scarce tax dollars. With the money
plemental work. runs from SR-18 next to the ballfield Also approved ,for<'expenditure: generated from the 4-cent gas tax,
Because the project will cost less north where turns east. Accordingto was $4,800 for tutouts; at the the project was finally able to be .' .
than $50,000 formal bids are not required Moore Inc.'s price quotation,they ballfield and sldc-strceta along witha funded. ,
by state law. will prepare a sub-grade, put down turnout the east enterance of Optometrist '.:.' ,.: ,,
According to Chairman Gene limerock supplied by Brooker,finish the subdivision. Jt-" Councllmember Sue Davis, ex- .and l.i,'',
Melvin, four companies were contacted the limerock, prime it, and finish With the approximately$15,000 expenditures mayor Blake Hamilton and ''
to give informal price quoteson with a IVvinch topping of type II Melvin' Indicated there volunteer fire chief Tony Stalnakerlive "'. .
the work. Moore Railroad Con- asphalt. The paving will be approximately was still an estimated $4,000 left in in the subdivision. Di:;. KevinMcAulif. I I
tracting, Inc. of Starke submitted 677 feet long and 20 feet wide the road Improvement fund for other With the current subdivision ordinance -
the lowest quotation. He said Hipp built Bradford County specifica-. projects. '"I, i :: n ".-'. no areas in the city can be "
Construction, Osteen Brothers, and tions. The Shady'Oaks subdivision was ..subdivided without streets being' f e "
Buck Johnson told them Ihnl it Tofr.l """t for Iho totftol nnvloi platted.in the middle 1960's with the paved to city specifications. ,

Eye Physician and Surgeon

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Chamber.Pro.lects Are proud to ahnounce the opening -

of their new eye care center

from page IA) citizen made the difference," 1985 Chamber President Richard Welty said Chamber members on USXI South....
their right hand, and taking the oath Tomlinson staled Welty. who promised to continue to would understand: "You done (\ ;-J.' Market
of office" work hard for the good of the com Rood." /7 ; Next to Mormon's

The brief installation' ceremony Are We Up to It... munity. Phone ((904)) 964.8076
drew a round of applause from the the Welty said he agreed to accept the 7"
Is the to
crowd which had already been there community equal presidency with the understandingthey '
for 90 minutes for the meal and task, he asked.It at time that Johnny Welty presented Tomlinson a pla- would be a lot of helping hands Monday Saturday
awards ceremony. Weismuller was though the ultimate swim que for his contribution as 1984 presi- available, and told the crowd he will Office Hours:_ By Appointment
was, dent and a high compliment which be calling on them.
After turning comic to brightenthe mer that his physical build,gave
him in swimming that .
advantages so
audience and lighten the atmosphere
his feats would be
never equaled.
Tomlinson then turned'serious
for about five minutes. Today 13-year-old girls

"I'd like to honor all the people faster than Weismuller because ,,,, .. ..,. .. ..... .... .
somebody started working them '.t "" "' -"" -" ':.: ,,,.:k.y&g'& '. iVJ& ,' "1.,. : : .:,:. : :
who've worked in 1984, Tomlinsonsaid
before knew couldn't do it, : :
they they
noting it would impossible to
Tomlinson out. .t
recognize them individually. pointed ..
"That's the way it is with our projects

1984 Started It... ," Tomlinson said. ; :

In January 1984, Tomlinson said Something Going... : :. I
he had in his mind what he wanteddone
should the idea thatwe've
but absolutely no way to do it. "No one get
Subsequently however, the arrived, Tomlinson caution- '
Chamber Board of Governors ed."We
adopted 11 objectives to be carried movement."If have something. going, we Video Rentals i
out in 1984-85, and the four projects :
came nothing worked,if all this falls.we're ,
up."There better off for trying," Tomlinson -
is no way we can get out of stated. re
what's coming to Florida in the next The banker then reiterated his oft i:
few years" Tomlinson told the repeated prediction that there will
crowd. be 30,000 people in Bradford Countyin ? HomeEntertainment
the next four years. A 4-lane roadis t
being built into Middleburg now. .
What Measure... "It's coming as sure I'm standing ;
Quoting somebody's law, that an here," Tomlinson said.
accurate measure of the depth of a Attitude of those working for the Concepts t;.
well cannot be made by meaning the Starke civic improvements shouldbe ( .,
length of the pump handle Tomlinson that of German reformation ; Bradford Square U.S. 301 South Starke ;
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,said that too many times the leader Martin Luther, who, Tomlinson .
pointed out, the president of the \
wrong means are used to take a 964-6946 :
Florida Chamber of Commerce ..
measure. The importance of the four .
projects to the community defies quoted as saying: "If I knew the 'II ?
measurement, he meant. world would end tomorrow, I'd planta
Chamber workers had to sell tree today." Martin Luther :
themselves first. And the member- (1483-1546) was leader of a 16th century '
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religious movement marked by
ship has to talk to the Chamber of !
rejection or modification of some : ,
Commerce, not just the other way
around. Roman Catholic doctrine and prac- .
Ideas for the three projects, ex- tice and establishment of the Protes- : A
cept the .301 beautification. came tant churches. ;; ;: '
,from the !"e ber.ljnson :. ..' uj :.. .....
Welty Takes Qrvjgte! ; %4 '..._ If MACHINE RENJAb et.S4i9':11! ilttt7nl
noted. .y'4yrift."In ., :\ ; /j) ; anld'l It1 IIsB r 1f11

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( page 1A) ....been involved in Student Coun- VHS DISC BETA

ing Center, and has set in motion cil for four years, has three times
plans for a new day care center for been a delegate to the Florida
the elderly. Association of Student Councils,wasa !
freshman senator
sophomoreclass '
Lenore Welty..student-of-the- president, was SC vice- :.. : I
year, is president of the Bradford president as a junior. t
High student body, and a student ....reorganized BHS election procedures \
who knows what she wants and is as nearly like the real thingas Y $7 50 :r
willing to reach for it... possible. :
....had an article published in a ,,
"Lenore is a true individual in Student Activities, a national stu- f Night
that, at times, she hears a different dent magazine based on the BHS ... II.,
drummer and is not afraid to march election reforms. .' ,.
to the beat," says BHS Student .."accepts responsibility for
Council Advisor Ronney Harris. herself and for others. Because of :
"There has been tremendous her friendly personality and Impec- .
growth and improvement in our stu- cable character, Lenor is well- '
dent council organization, and a received by students and teachers
great deal of this progress is at- alike. She is a conscientious, depen- i 1ICR o f
tributable to Lenore,and her student dable student,one who is at all times 1: 1
leadership," said Bradford School respectful, courteous, honest, and
Superintendent Jim Duncan, award understanding toward her fellow :;
presenter.Lenore students," according to Supt. Dun- ,
has... can. '
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( page 1A) appeal the guilty verdict.
"They knew we had caught them ."We had taped conversations ".
red-handed and they chose to plead photos, and testimony of an undercover
,guilty rather than go to trial," agent as well as a confidential
Elwell said.Thompson. informant and co-defendants that '
was scheduled to go to they received cocaine from Thompson Fisher \
trial Jan. 21. ," Elwell said.
Elwell said the evidence which On Jan. 10, Thompson was arrested $
would have been presented against on two additional drug 499
Thompson involved a sale of cocaineon charges after a Starke man who has Recorder
Sept 20. About 10 a.m. that day pled guilty to possession of cocaine
Thompson and Charlie Harrelson of gave sworn testimony about two '
Lake City met an undercover agentat drug deals involving Thompson. 15 Day Timer, Wireless Remote Control "t
Sonny's Bar-B-Q restaurant in Elwell said that arrest and an Inci- .
Starke, owned by Thompson, and dent earlier Thursday afternoon apparently -
made a deal to sell the agent an. convinced Thompson to ,
ounce of cocaine, Elwell said. The plead guilty.According. ..
delivery was made about 2 p.m. at to Elwell, Thompsonwas
the Farmer's Market north of Starkeon seen sitting in a car outside a TsPEcJsLsl1 r
U.S.301 and the agent paid$1,700, business in Starke while L.J. Nor- MOVIE
he said. man was inside talking to the man
who had given sworn testimony
Harrelson has pled guilty to one against Thompson that morning. ,
.change of trafficking in cocaine and Norman was allegedly trying to per-
one charge of conspiracy to traffic suade the man to go get in the car
and has begun serving a five-year with Thompson. Elwell asked that Wednesday Night '
sentence. He was sentenced with the the. man not be named. :E Any r ;
agreement that his time may be Thompson ran from the area when '
reduced by' testifying against. co- Elwell and investigators arrived to All Movies
defendants check on the situation. ; :: :
Thompson was arrested later ;
J'; "1'A presentence investigation into Thursday in the office of Attorney
," Thompson's background was Dudley Hardy. A bond of$20,000 was t i: 'i
ordered by Crews prior to Friday's set and Thompson was released Fri- : "I, 99C :1

. i court? date. Thompson has no day, Jan. 12.Thompson. .. 5"'OC 1
"SKS? ,' previous felony convictions. was previously freed on : '
.' Elwell said the advantage in aces a $90,000 property bond posted by .
:. plea was a savings Hardy on the original charges. '
;'I/r-, to the taxpayer of at least $60,000 to Elwell said Thompson got the A:Night VHS or BETA t
pay for six trials plus a sure convic- message that he would be tried on .
tion rather than taking a chance. on. a each of the eases against him unless .

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_s. 4w lit acres f.f pi.,p,:r mercial) for operation of a welding :.. j
ty near the Interiteclidn ,t US-iOl: ,
> shop. Mains said the proposed Site is if..
$ and County Road 221 wan approved part of a 47-acre tract that he owns,, :
r i fur reclassification by the Dainty and ill not 'located near residential. I
Zoning Board Tuesday night Feb. property, : ,
+ 29, from Open Rural, requiring one-
J + acre lots for mobile homes to itSF- Both of these' recommendationswill
MH, allowing two mobile homes per be reviewed and acted on by the
acre. County Commission at its Feb. 4
, .s lYA'S Freeman Register III, owner of meeting: '
J the property, said he did not plan a
mobile home park, but would" like to ,
II j place "six or eight'* additional. 56 Permits Issued.;.
1j j mobile homes on the site near the
Zoning Director L.M. Gaines
Smith sawmill across' from Santa. Fe reported issuing 56 building permits S
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in January with a total construction l
; Welding Shop Set value of $S7$450.Included ., \

: : _S Off Forsythe Road were permits for four ")

'Approval was also given to single family dwellings, $194.500; 23
Douglas L. Mains for rezoning one- mobile homes, $193,000; seven commercial
d _____ half acre off Forsythe Road from structures, $95,200, and 22 1
,1'I ; I : Open Rural to CI (intensive com- additions, etc., $89,750.

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!I The 17 KlmlriilH who earned slrai)>li( A's Luwlcy l telcmrnlury for the Sco.ml row- MiiilaiiKi .li.linson. Aniiimlu \\Iilkl'r"olllik1: (.a klnK, SOMETHING NEW
first Kix-wrrkH this year are II-r): "CI>i> 1'111111.1IUU'w( : iriffis. Shannon Kilwitrtls.:
First rowVrroniru Williams. Erica Klntf. l.alonya Pr. IIII. ltm>hrlli> Third rowJason' I'il.hor, Bradley. Italll, :ak Smith. Kim Johnson --
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II Crowd Turns Out to Discuss Governor's t State PlanSome G-- ;; PowellBurgers

50 people turned out to explained, and expecting to be able Planning and Budgeting, Planning capita energy consumption by 25
discuss Gov. Bob Graham's proposed to discuss the proposed plan. and Evaluation Division, The -" '*
state pan: last Thursday night, The proposed plan is basically a Capitol, Tallahassee, FL 32301. 'By 1995, Florida should decrease
Jan.24,but got only to fill out a ques- set of grandiose goals, but includesno Examples of questions: : by 50 percent the number of persons
tionaire. cost figures or plan to finance the By 1986 Florida should be in the (mentally ill, developmentally
There was no discussion of the proposed programs, Sen. George Kirkpatrick top quartile of the nation's educational disabled and addicted) treated in o
plan. D-Gainesville, told a group of systems as measured by commonly -,, large scale state institutions, meet 42
4 Two representatives, Carolyn educators from nine counties accepted criteria of student' the needs created by population /
Dekle and Art Mosley, of the Plann meeting in Starke last week. performance.By growth, have one internationally ea.
I ing and Evaluation Division of the Some citizens said nobody would 1995, Florida decrease the' ranked museum, lower the highway
J Governor's Office of Planning and oppose the goals proposed, but how dropout rate from the public school'. death rate by 30 percent, reduce per
Budgeting conducted the session. to reach the goals and to pay for the system by 10 percent.
: In handing out the questionaire, programs is another matter. By 1995 Florida should increase percent, implement a system for Yes it's the little
I Ms. Dekle asked if the audience The questionaire asked each per- to 90 percent the percentage of proper disposal of all hazardous square burger, the ones you like so
'i' wanted to go over it pnint-by-point son to indicate on an answer sheet elederly living independently. waste, reduce by 45 percent the well...
before answering the multiple either strong agreement, agree- -By 1995, Florida should have suf- amount of solid waste disposed of in
choice questions. Nobody wanted to, ment, neutral, disagreement or ficient low-income housing to ensure landfills, attract 50 million tourists t
so the group answered the 60 questions strong disagreement with the proposed that the households in the lowest- annually, implement a high-speed 1lJfJI3(] }
the questionaires were taken plan on the Florida income quartile will spend no more rail system linking Tampa, Orlandoand
:\I up, and the meeting adjourned. Legislature is set to. begin its review than 30 percent of their income on- ; Miami, insure that state and
Everyone questioned felt the Feb. 15. housing, reduce unemployment for local governments rank among (]([lumCJ Irn(3(3( 13
meeting was a waste of time. The To obtain a copy of the state plan disadvantaged groups to a level no those of the lowest 12 states in public
citizens went to the meeting expecting and questionaire, write: Executive greater than the state average spending per capita, reduce the 1212: : n.Tepiple. Ave.. Starke.! Florida 964..367.,
] to have the proposed state plan Office of the Governor. Office of unemployment rate crime rate by 30 percent.

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Contel to Sell L ocal Propertiestended

Continental Telecom. Inc., (Con "to create ecomonies of scale e ,
tel)) the phone company which owns for both firms,resulting In improved
the Stark Lawtey and Kingley efficiency" and the opportunity to
Lake exchanges, and Centel Corporation "enhance' our business Ii
the. nation's third and capabilities." IlIL
fourth largest non-Bell telephone Officials also rent hlsited{; that, Li III l It 1111 II e
_, ,., .companies halve announced,plana to details stllf'bave to be worked 'eut + i { oa
exchange certain telephone proper- beforethe tranfertakes'place ando're,nr f-w iw ---4r (1j SF+a ,4@ s- "I..JFrJ' ll-
ties in Missouri and Florida. the proposed agreement must be'approved _
According to Ms. Linda Wester by directors of both firms
public affairs supervisor in Contel's and the appropriate regulatory j; VALENTINE LOVE LINE! e
Florida headquarters in Marianna, agencies. :
says the proposed sale will includeall
of Contel's Florida properties, in- Both Weber and Garnett said that
cluding the local Starke, Lawtey, similar geographic consolidations ::. : ;: FOR SOMEONE SPECIAL
and Kingsley Lake exchanges. ]twill would likely take place within the
: take some nine months, ''until telephone industry in coming years o .
.J this coming September or after to especially among those companiesthat -
finalize the negotiations, Ms. Wester primarily serve rural areas of 15 words $3.00
said.' the country. Their operations are
I, Ms. Wester said the compalnies often spread out over several states.
are similar in operation and that "It only makes sense for phone
Centel will continue with all the pre companies to look for places where v Compose Your Own Message Of Love 2
sent construction plans that Contel exchanging properties would makeit
currently has in the works. Only difference more cost efficient for them to provide I

, notice is customers that one letter will differencethe probably "Maintenance service,and" said repair Weber.forces Bring in or mail with 3.00 to : / &3r !

name on their bill. could work much more economically Telegraph, Union Co. Times, or Monitor ,
Under the terms of the jointly if they had a concentrated area to ,,
I signed letter of agreement Cental service rather than one scattered
will exchange its operation based in throughout the state. i P.O. Drawer A, Starke, FL 32091 l lc
I Jefferson City, Mo. for properties Central Telephone System provides
operated by Contel in Florida's telephone service to more than e ; I
panhandle. 1.2 million customers lines in 10 + Ads Must Be Received : ,

Officials from each company said states. Centel also is a major cable By February 8 500; p.m. ,
: television sytem operator, engineer e
, the proposed exchange would con
, centrate their present service territories of business communications 0. I
marketer of of j If
since Contel already servesa systems a range -
sizable area in Missouri (180,000 communications products and ser- f
lines, headquartered in Wentzville), vices, and provider of electric ser- .' I
i as does Centel in Florida (200,000 vice in two states. : : g will automatically ,
lines, based in Tallahassee). Contel provides telephone serviceto '
: be eligible for our Valentine Con i
I In a joint statement, Contel Executive more than two million customersin
I VicePresidentTelephone 34 states, and also provides a '' ,, ; : test that will entitle you for a
i Operations Donald Weber and broad issue of telecommunications d/ ti
: Wilson Garnett, Central Telephone and information products and services 0 $ %" 'hance to win a dinner for two or

president, said the transfer is In- through five business groups. a : :M a floral bouquet.i i

Put your LOVE in writing. Tell her she's wonderful. Tell him he's

4 from BHS to Attend r fantastic. Or, say something special that your loved one will under- j
,j Q stand. It's a great way to be a super sweetheart. Write your message j '

I _, ? t / below and bring it or mail it with $3.00 by February 8 to Telegraph, Union ? '

Fla.Jr.Scie Symposium d Q L. Co.Times or Monitor P.O. Drawer A, Starke, FL 32091. I

i5 Words; $3.00-cash with order.D .

Four Bradford High students have TuinlintKNi,aiiti Cuiuy IIIKM e. uey ; ) .*'
been invited to attend the 22nd an- will be accompanied by BHS Instruc- 1 9.
nual Florida Junior Science tors Debbie Flynn and Jerry
Enlneering-and Humanities Symposium McGriff, a member of the symposium :Po
at the University of Florida Operations Committee. 10.
this Sunday-Tuesday Feb. 3-5.. The group will hear scientists
from aU over the U.S. in different -
.The four BHS students, all fields. Highlight of the symposiumwill 11. .
outstanding students who also par, be opportunity to visit three of :: :
in other BHS activities,Donna the some 75 science. research labs at .
ticlpate UF. 12. .._
Parado Maria Reddish, Deanna i 0 :

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available Published ovary Thursdayat p' '' .: :>.
now 139 W. Call Str..t __.15. ___.. ',_. _, ._.._.. __
recorded tax Information -1
A telephone Stark. Florida .32091
service is available to taxpayerswith .
push-button telephones.The ,Second Class postage paid at 16. .. '--J
Is called Tele-Tax and
Is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a Starke Florida 4 Valentine Messages to be printed February 14.

week.Through this service, taxpayerscan Subscription Rates: ''
/ Union Co. Times Monitor
listen to Information : tapes In-trade area: $10.00 per year Telegraph, or ,
covering such areas as filing requirements 5.50 six months
P.O. Drawer A Starke Florida 32091
dependents itemized p .
and tax credits. 1 Outside area: $11 .
deductions, per year
In Jacksonville the Tele-Tax. $6.00 six months .....,, ma ..'liB.
number is 3539579. .


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t f fy the Old Courthouse a fixture ,

on Call Street since 1902, Is

taking on a bustling atmosphere *

as preparationsfor
the February 7,8,9 10

Garage Sale go Into high


! The courthouse grounds

were enlivened this week by
the donation of a dancing ,,
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figure, somewhat scantily

.*' clad for the arctic weather J-k-
being experienced in these
%\ parts. Rousted from her
former home in Saratoga

Heights where she has grac- w'r
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years, she was graciously
donated by the new owner of 4

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Sale being sponsored to P"j N
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t".. ,- raise funds for the Santa Fe
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Take It Easy Fellows... by this fall.It Ready for the Auction

Harry Green and helpers move "Miss Springtime" into place at Old Cour- just goes to show that Lillian Stump (left) "supervises" as Guy Andrews (stooping at

thouse Malcolm Sanders and Guy Andrews offer suggestions.EDITORIALS you never can tell what you'll right) tapes sign to station wagon donated to sale by Terwillegar
find at a Garage Sale. Motors.

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Trail Ridge Played Important Role

1983-85 Freezes Will Cause

Citrus to Move Farther South :., Development ofEarlv Roads

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"February 8.1835 was the coldest day ever known before or since Some say the Earth is getting gradually where the trail turned southwesterly to dary. As proposed, the facility would have
in this section. At 8 o'clock that morning the thermometer stood at 8 warmer and some say it's getting colderas merge with the old Newnansville Road. stored around 114 billion gallons of water
above and the actual minimum was undoubtedlylower. we head for another Ice Age.Judging by U.S. Highway 301 still follows Trail Ridgefor for use in Jacksonville and would have -
degrees zero, the past two winters it seems as if the ice- about 20 miles, from Baldwin, through taken care of water needs for 500,000 per-
agers have the edge in forecasting future Maxville and Highland to Lawtey. Early sons.

"Along the river bank the water was frozen several rods from the weather conditions.But maps show a point named Trail Ridge on But the plan was never carried out
shore and afforded the inhabitants a spectacle as new as it was if those predicting warmer winters the Atlantic-to-Gulf railroad between Max- because its estimated cost of $11 million
should to be in the ville and Lawtey. deemed feasible at that time.
destroyed prove right long run was not
distressing. Fruit trees of every description were roots
thousands of years from now and the Historians say there is no doubt that is said to have
killed the cold. Some cotton and
the by
and all and even some of forest were
polar ice caps should start melting, a rise Trail Ridge was used by the Seminole In- the in earlier days
been along ridge ,
This freeze is the basis for all subsequent comparisons. in the sea level would put Bradford County dians as their round-trip route between and cattle grown raising was also a source of in-
.. and most of the rest of Florida back underwater South Florida and Georgia. It was the red
where they were "in the man's belief that the high elevation gave
beginning". him an above average chance to spot an At the present time, pulpwood opera-
gradually out the
This from "The History of phase government'srole the and the
excerpt who be tions are prevalent along ridge
enemy might planning an attack.
in markets and If that ever happens, about the only dry
Jacksonville Florida" by Frederick influencing produc- The higher elevation was also an advan- two DuPont mining plants (Highlands and
Davis indicates that the freeze of tion, and will apply to all crops that now spot in, an this elevated area of stretch Florida of would ancient be TrailRidge sand tage in sending and receiving smoke Trail Ridge) provide a million dollar an-

.January 21, 1985 may have broken the benefit from price supports, from tobacco dunes that were the first part of Florida to signals. several nual payroll heavy in minerals the area., ilmenite They ,recover zircon,

ISO-year record set in 1835, the year of to wheat.In emerge above the sea in prehistorictimes. Indian camps built along the ridge,from and staurolite, from the quartz sand.
of the Second Seminole In- which to raid Baker, Clay, and Bradford
the outbreak the meanwhile, a coalition of antipoverty -
Trail Ridge is believed to have been
farms made it to build
County ,
dian War. Temperatures as low as 5 to 7 farm and rural action The Ridge derives its name from the fact necessary
groups several forts along the route to protect formed during the Pleistocene (Ice) Age,
reported here during our 1985 have issued for that Indians used the high ground as their and probably nothing more than a
were a new study calling in traveling back and forth between white settlers. One of these was Fort Van was
onslaught of arctic air. Citrus trees kill- targeted aid and tax initiatives to Florida and Georgia. It rises out of the Cortlandt, shown on early: maps as located sand bar originally. Geologists say the for-

ed in 1835 had been planted by the preserve the system of family farms on land mass near the Okeefenokee Swamp a several miles southwest of Kingsley Lake. sula mation of Florida was probably, and if the the original polar ice penin-caps

Spaniards while Florida was still under which the nation was founded, and few miles northwest of Folkston, Ga. and The community known as Trail Ridge no ever melt again, sea level would be 140 to
Spanish rule. : discourage corporate and other outside winds southwards crossing the Georgia- longer exists, the buildings having been feet than'IS'tbd Q1ilthat'
,, .__. rlr I? 160 higher
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., Sixty"year -1atery d1Wing;the winter of : ". stokes118e 1''!, 7r.1'i'N qo .'..ilr.' .'Hart settled a and bably would be portions of Trail Ridge anda
1895, killing freezes again destroyedmost Warnings come from Iowa that the given the honorary title of "mayor" until few other scattered high spots like the
orange groves in this north central Reagan administration does not unders- It runs along the eastern edge of Baker his death in 1959 at the age of 80. The com- ridge near Lake Wales.
Florida and the final fatal blow tand the seriousness of the County and continues south along the munity of Highland, In Clay County near
of farm situa-
area elevation the Ridge is
boundary between Clay and Bradford the Bradford County line,at one time had a The highest on
was struck in the Valentine's Day freezeof tion and is failing to fulfill a campaign Counties,flattening out in the lake region' store and post office, but is now marked said to be 250 feet above sea level at a point
1899 when temperatures dipped well promise to ease farm credit. The between Keystone Heights and the nor- only by a church on U.S. 301. along Treat Road in the Camp Blanding
and two-inches of snow thwestern tip of Putnam County. reservation, near the north gate of Du-
below 10 degrees Reagan promise, made on the eve of a Old-timers say no one ever succeeded in
Trail Rid ,
fell in Bradford and neighboring coun- farm-state campaign last September, drilling a flowing well on the ridge and Eontls replant
More than a hundred miles in length, The Ridge forms "the great divide" or
ties. Citrus growers gave up the losing has yet to help a significant number of Trail Ridge has been influential in the there was said to be only one natural spr- watershed for this section of Florida, with
fight in this area and the industry mov- farmers having trouble repaying bank development of Northeast Florida's interior clenny ing, located near about the railroad three miles tracks.In east. of Mac- water on the eastern slope draining into
ed to Central Florida. South Florida was loans. region.The Alachua Trial,one of the o the Atlantic Ocean by way of Black Creek
still largely undeveloped at that time. earliest north-south roads during Indian the mid-19203 the City of Jacksonville and the St. Johns River' and the western aslope
Reagan's campaign promise called War days of the 1830s and '40s followed. its studied a plan for a huge water shed on a draining into the Gulf of Mexico by
Now, after the double knockout pun- for $650 million in loan guarantees to topographical structure from the Georgia portion of the north fork of Black Creek way of Santa Fe River,New River,and the
ches delivered by disastrous freezes in banks holding farm loans if they would Line to a point southwest of Kingsley Lake, with Trail Ridge to be the western boun Suwannee River.

two successive winters, it seems that agree to write-off at least ten percent of
growers in the northernmost counties of the loan principle in order to bring "

the citrus belt may have to,"give up the payments within reach of borrowers. Notebook = by Bobby Taylor
ghost" and yield the industry entirely to Speaking to farmers in a barnyard in County Agent's .CountyExtenslonAgent'

the southern half of the state.. Iowa, candidate Reagan said the aid r "

The fine around Crescent Cityin was one of "many steps" he had takento -" -
Putnam County and a few small ones help producers, while the Democratshad Cnld Conditioning Helps Save Tender PlantsThe

remaining in the lake region at "left the farmer stuck in the
and swamp". In his best oratorical vein weather has been the topic of con- freshly pruned hedges may flush out. This important for area livestock producersand
Keystone Heights, Brooklyn Bay, Reagan said "Even though roadto versation the last few days. Record low tender growth is much more easily nipped ( pet owners) to remember.Make sure
Melrose were virtually destroyed in the your temperatures have been recorded in many by the frost.Although this isn't particularly your animals are getting enough energy
Christmas freeze of '83. Any hope that prosperity has been longer, even areas, and the hours below freezing have damaging to the hedge, this frosted feed when we have bad weather condi
they might eventually come back was though the grade is steep, we are mov- been unusual. January 1985 has had growth will just stay there blackened untilit tions.
lost in last weeks prolonged arctic blast ing in the right direction again and we several days' with. below normal is eventually cut off.This is unattractiveand January is a good month to move your
are closer to our goal than we were." temperatures. can usually be avoided if you prune no flowering shrubs such as azaleas,
that kept the mercury below freezingfor Many of our plants and animals can take later than November and leave the hedge gardenias and camellias. When moving
a continuous 42 hours. One grower in But you can't tell that now to the the low temperatures for a short period of unpruned until enabled these plants, try to keep as much soil with
Marion County lost 90 percent of his bankrupt farmers of Iowa, or the back- time because only the air is below freezing Nature has also many of our their roots as possible and have your new
560-acre grove which was still struggling to-the-wall citrus growers of Florida. while soil and plant temperatures remain animals to adapt to and withstand freezing hole already prepared the plants can be
several temperatures.Most will survive if they are lifted from and set immediatelyin
above freezing. However after one area
to come back after last season'sfreeze. Congressman Bill Chappell is frothingat hours of below freezing, the top few inchesof healthy and have good nutrition,or enough the other. Do not let them dry out during
the mouth over his inability to get soil and plants themselves may actually food. It seems that animals turn feed transport. Be sure to set them slightly
After suffering losses in excess of two some action from the Farmers Home freeze. and/or fat into heat when needed. This is higher than they sat before.
e Administration for relief of citrus When water in plant tissue crystalizesand
billion dollars in two straight seasons,
citrus growers in the North Central area growers since 1983. The FmHA provi- expands it ruptures of the plant cells die.and the in
plant or a part plant may Forestry Bradford County
sions for citrus loans after the
have neither the courage nor the finan- This does not occur with all plants
cial resources to see them through the Christmas Freeze of '83 call for a three- because most of our evergreen and cold by.David Norton,County Forester
five or six year period it would take to year grace period before growers haveto hardy plants are'dormant, and can
and them into start repaying. generally survive this freezing action. Use Extreme Caution in
replant their groves bring Strawberries and some greens will also Burning,
production again. Rep. Chappell pointed out that this survive freezing temperatures if they have .
like other would be all right in the case of row had enough cold conditioning before a hard FIREII! Last weekend in the Alachua, shut down.
And citrus growers, freeze like we had January 20-22,1985. It Bradford, and Union County areas the The rain we received this past Mondaywasn't
farmers but the for citrus
farmers in the Midwest can grace period Division of Forestry with the assistance of
bankrupt looks like we have had damage to some enough to do any good against fires.
expect little help, or even sympathy, growers should be longer since it takesat crops and ornamentals this year. It will area volunteer fire departments respond<< To calm these conditions down some, this
from the present Administration in least five years for a citrus tree to take a few mild days before we can assess ed to approximately 30 wildfires, with of area needs a good two or three inches of .
Washington. Farmers will just have to mature and start producing. After a the total damage of what could be a hundreds of acres burned.It soaking rains over a period of a couple ofdays.
of effort and another disastrous disaster for our strawberry and greens is this time of year again; the time of .
year .
it out" without expectationof
"tough any
freeze Chappell has still been unable to producers. year when we need to pay more attentionto Parents please be more fire conscious
federal aid, said Secretary of All this is. to say that some plants our activities in or near the woods. and say a few words of caution to
Agriculture John Block in a recent get the grace period extended. Consequently adapted to the area will survive the Carelessness was the major cause of the children.This area is dry enough that your your
satellite news conference with farm- there have been few applica- freezes, whereas tropical or sub-tropical large quantity of wildfires. Most of these home could just as easily burn as the
state television stations. tions for loans from citrus growers who plants will not. This is important to fires were started by residents leaving woods or the fields. You might consider
know they would be unable to meet the remember when you are selecting fruit burning brush piles unattended and the hooking up a few garden hoses around
.terms.So trees or ornamentals for your landscape. high winds took care of the rest. your house if you live in an area near fields.
Block remains "unconvinced" that If your tender ornamentals freeze back, extent or woods.Please call 961-5436 if
The fields, pastures;and to some you need to
the Reagan administration should the citrus industry will move far- do NOT cut out the determine dead wood what until has April actually 1- the woods are in a very dry condition.The report a wildfire:
liberalize a federal credit aid programfor ther south, and ultimately fall into the. to allow died.time Pruning too early may cause numerous hard freezes, lack of sufficientrain
farmers, as several congressmenand hands of a few large corporations; as wood that would have and low relative humidities have
rural banks are urging. Block said will agriculture in the Midwest. If and recovered In addition dead plant brought need to be this more area fire to conscious a point where:We need we all to Only Week' Left

1 the administration's long-term farm when this happens, the consumer will be material often and acts to shade it against living be aware of the fact that one small spark Before Garage Sale!

bill, due in Congress ;in February, will, the'ultimate "fall guy"" subsequent material below freezes.helps If you protect have citrus fruit from a campfire or brush pile left unat-
end to 30 acres or
tended can up burning up
on your tree and temperatures reach into Bring Your
the 20s, it is best to harvest the remainingfruit more.It Items to f
immediately. Leaving it on the tree was because of theseconditions that ,
leads to rapid spoil. this weekend all burning permits were Old CourthouseSat. &
i CA : You should have given hedge plants limited to residents who had heavy equip- & Mon.
[ ;- :c--;:, : their last pruning before winter. Although ment to control their fires.The Division of 10 to 3 p.m.
i '-- -- most hedge plants will tolerate minor Forestry apologizes for not being able to
; 1 during the winter if we okay all burning requests but if the condi-
arc over 400 U.S. satellite orbiting the earth. ger angextenddeed mid-winter warm spell. tions continue, all burning may have to be



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' 1 Carol Flynn and Stuart Strickland Marry Jan. 19 ;j

Kingsley Lake Baptist Church was 4Mr, icklaud:: was best man for length veil of"illusion, and she car- Assisting in serving were Mrs.
the setting for the marriage of Carol his son and the ushers were Donald ried a stylized traditional cascade of Greig Moyer, Mrs. Alvin Lee, Mrs. '
Denise Flynn, daughter of Mr. and Thornton, Stephen Futch, John white bridal roses, freesia and Well Kerrin, Mrs. Earl Biggs, Miss : ,
Mrs. Charles L. Flynn, to Stuart Samons and Doug Glover. baby's breath. Elizabeth Rowell. Mrs. Peter Palko \,
Strickland, son of F.W. Strickland Mrs. Buddy Collings served as A reception was held in the church and Mrs. Grover Howard \
and the late Elizabeth Strickland,all matron of honor. She wore a royal Fellowship Hall where Miss Donna Handing out bird seed bags were
of Kingsley Lake on Saturday, Jan. blue satin, floor length gown with Thornton kept the bride's book. ,Janua Thornton, Maria Strickland, rlD j,
19,at 7 p.m. with Rev.Greg Douglas three-quarter length puff sleeves The bride's table was covered witha and Kyra and Lara Gyarfas. D
performing the nuptials. and scalloped neckline. She carrieda white lace cloth and cente ed witha Following a wedding trip to Savannah p. .
Centering the chancel blue nosegay of miniature carnations three-column cake decorated with Ga., the couple is residing at :
area was a statice Iris and blue bows
arch candelabra baby's and encircled with KlngsleyLake.! !
flanked two
by urn breath. daisies. and
Cutting serving the cake
arrangements of gladiolus, iris, car- Given in marriage by her father, were Mrs. Steve Futch, Mrs. Alex The bride and groom are both
nations, mums, pompoms, and the bride wore a long,white organza Gyarfas, Mrs. David Strickland and graduates of Bradford High School.
baby's breath. On either side were and lace gown with long sleeves that Miss Gloria Strickland. The cake She graduated in 1978 and is r
two spiral candelabras against a terminated with wide lace cuffs, was flanked by silver candle holders employed as a claim examiner at r
background of potted round neckline, standup collar and. with white tapers. Prudential Insurance Co.
spathaphylums. lace chapel train. The gown was Punch was served at two punch Mr. Strickland graduated from
Kristy Johns, organist, and W.B. complemented with a pearl tables that were centered with BHS in 1974 and from Florida Junior
McKinney violinist presented a necklace, a gift from her mother. crystal punch bowls encircled with College in 1976. He is employed by ..
program of nuptial music. Her pearl cap secured her ,waist- daisies. his father, F.W. Strickland.


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I Farewell Dinner Sunday for Fr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Lee

Fr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Lee and crosses, a gift from the Women of Mr. Lee had been actively engagedin was also! headmaster of St. Mark's
daughter, Miranda,were honored ata the Church. The Vestry presented a church, welfare, and other civic Early Learning Center, which he Amyv
farewell dinner Sunday in the red rose to Mrs. Lee (her name is programs and received the helped to organize.A .
Episcopal Parish House following Rosemary) to remember St. Mark's Chamber of Commerce native of Minneapolis, Minn.,
the 10:30: a.m. service at St. Mark's and to press it in her prayer book. Humanitarian Award for 1984. Mr. Lee received his Bachelor of 5
Episcopal Church. when it fades. Arts degree in English Literature at
Dinner was served buffetstyleand About 110 persons attended the Since coming to St. Mark's in May San Francisco Slate College, and his
the U-shaped tables were dinner which included quite a few 1982, he has assisted Child Abuse with the Bradford Master of Divinity from the Church ___ __
covered with white cloths and Starke citizens who are not church County program, Divinity School in Berkeley Calif. v
served counsel for Alcoholics
English ivy trailed the centers in- members. as He has published a numDer of
terspersed with pink chrysan Anonymous, conducted and assisted services with at theological papers and articles and ]
themums. The centerpiece at the nearby prisons is currently working on a biographyof __
head table was an arrangement of Rev. Arthur R. Lee, rector of St. planning a future day care center for Thomas of Buckingham.
red and white carnations. The Mark's Episcopal Church,Mrs. Lee, the elderly on property purchasedby
mantel and their daughter, Miranda, left the church at the corner of E.Call Mr. Lee will be greatly missed by
centered over with the fireplace was Thursday for Safety Harbor, where and Church Streets. He was a the St. Mark's parish as well as the
an arrangement of Mr. Lee has been assigned to the member of the Starke Rotary Club community at large. For the time n ..
magnolia Included leaves.inthe dessert Church of the Holy Spirit. the Bradford Humane Society, andthe being St. Mark's will be served by Mr.and Mrs.Stuart Strickland
course wasa
Mark's Bradford Masonic Lodge. He supply pastors in the area.
cake decorated with small red During his pastorate at St. ,

Charles Rhonda Hutcheson StricklandPlan I } Reception Will Honor RiocialSideGladys

Feb. 23 Wedding I'u the David Hursts Feb. 3 The

- Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Hutcheson of Mooty Of

Starke announce the engagementand Mr. and Mrs. William David Methodist Church.
approaching marriage of their Hurse, recently married, will be Society Editor,
daughter, Rhonda Lynn, to Charles -44.t-r- honored at a reception given by Invitations are not being sent
William Strickland, son of George Pd friends on Sunday, Feb. 3, betweenthe locally, but all friends of Myrna Lou I) 964-7608 News !
William Strickland of Gainesville.The hours of 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. in the and Dave are invited to join them on
bride-elect is a graduate of Fellowship Hall of the First UnitediNOHNCING this special occasion. -
Bradford High School and is
employed by Kelly Services of ,
Gainesville.Mr. .
Strickland is a graduate of Lindsey Nicole Kirkland
Palatka High School and is
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kirkland of Lois Janein
employed by Hayes Electric and Air
Starke the birth of
announce a
Conditioning of Starke.
The wedding will take place Satur- daughter, Lindsey Nicole, born Jan. concert. ,
17 in Alachua General She
day, Feb. 23, at 4 p.m. in the Post Hospital.
joins one brother, J. Michael, age 6,
Chapel at Camp Blanding. Music and
All friends and relatives are invited Jessica LeAnn Hinman and one sister, Lezlie Ann, age 2. Testimony
Rhonda Hutcheson Maternal grandparents are Mr. 'f t1r
to attend. and Mrs. Mike Hinman of
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Crawford. Pater-
Lawtey announce the birth of a nal grandparents are the late Mr. WEDNESDAY4FEBRUARY6
daughter, Jessica LeAnn, born Dec. and Mrs. Alvin W. Kirkland, all of
11, 1984, in Alachua General Starke.
I Items of Interest Hospital. She joins two sisters,
Alicia, age nine years and Jaime, 5 7:00: PM.

Mrs. Tommy Outlaw years.Maternal. J Shea Lee Thayer
Carolyn' Hunter ; ,nl'a grandparents are James I ,', :', Capacity'rowds met at Kingsley' Lake Baj>
Itwl "
; :asSti8li&l."'Hik6r'es wJe4WIlesaaOn t' "" 1\:' Shower. Honpreeivi< .. ..e. *",...,;J.. (41'*.. and'Beatrice. Creamer.of-.Lawtey.to. .,,,.1 /fiat! 'ltI 41dtj. Terry Le .Thayfr, f Y1'r' /Irji( : l'fwy! tQ 9'lr."t'd'jlne"' Pl9I.! ; ,+aa M
nut hits PfPt t ir" r n rlt h.rHg2Mrs. Paterrial grandparents are Wilber Starke announce the birth of a son, to air e eartyl I
Tommy Outlaw and infant Jack Hinman of Kenawa, Okla. and Shea Lee, born Jan. 22 in Orange
Monday night Jan. 28, Mrs. son, Brian, were honored at a baby Wilma Fern Boyington of Oklahoma Park.
Carolyn Hunter of Keystone Heightswas shower Thursday night, Jan. 24, at City, Okla. Maternal grandparents are Mr. Madison Street Baptist Church
honored at a baby shower givenby the home of Mrs. Leonard Moore. and Mrs. J.R. Chamberlain of
Mrs. Janis Hall and Mrs. Helen Hostesses were Mrs. Owen Alvarez, Lawtey. Paternal grandparents are 900 VV. Madison Street Starke
Hersey at the home of the latter near Mrs. Frank Durrance, Mrs. Mark Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Androff of St.
Theressa. The baby, Aimee Moody, Mrs. A.B. Whitehead Sr., Louis Mo. ..__
Michelle, who was born Jan. 2, was Mrs. Dennis Burkhalter, Ms. Bonnie
also present. Padgett, Mrs. Jimmy Thornton and
Aimee's older sister, Renae, Mrs. Don Tilley.
assisted her mother in opening gifts. Games were played during the ShoeRONZING
Mrs. Lori Meng, Aimee's aunt, kept party hours 7 and 9 p.m. and prizes C.R. SMITH, JR. Baby
the gift list. awarded to the winners.
The refreshment table was The refreshment table in the din CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTIS SALE.!
covered with a lace cloth and ing room was covered with a dark
centered with a miniature rocking blue cloth over a light blue skirt and PLEASED TO ANNOUNCETHE
horse. Refreshments of sandwiches, centered by a light blue silk arrange- OFF
nuts, dessert and beverages were ment. Other light blue silk floral arrangements OPENING OF HIS NEW OFFICE
served from decorative glass dishes. were used in the party
Among guests attending were rooms. --..
Mrs. Ruth Meng of Hampton Lake, The hostesses presented the DURING
grandmother of the baby. honoree with a play pen as a memento 405 WEST GEORGIA FEBRUARY
of the occasion. Connie Moody '
also gave Mrs. Outlaw a handmade "iW d
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All descendants of William R. and AFSCME Local 12843 ONLY | teach
Mary Geiger Harris are invited to a Plan Spaghetti Dinner LOCATED ADJACENT TO THE Reg. $16.50
family reunion to be held Saturday, z
April 20, at Clay County Agriculture AFSCME local#2848 is planning a BRADFORD COUNTY COURTHOUSE I
Center, SR 16, 4 miles west of Green spaghetti dinner and meeting Satur-
Cove Springs. day, Feb. 2, for all correctional \ \
Anyone needing further information employees at Raiford Community 3 \
please call 1-284-5128. 284-3745, Center, SR 121. LP GAS
284-6039, or see Olin L. Harris. Dinner will be served from It a.m. -Sw-na
to 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Now is the time
Meeting times will be 9 a.m. to 11 lee Gasoline! & Diesel Fuel RY Supplies Convenience Store to save on bronzing
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Mr. and Mrs. Owen Alvarez, Mr. they make priceless gifts for your
Ballard Wilson preached at and Mrs. Mark Moody, Mr. and Mrs. 'family to cherish 'through the years A ,
the Methodist Church homecomingin Bruce Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Larry a Lw.a
Umatilla on Sunday and also Whittemore attended the Inspira- Nv y;301 SOUl 964-8484
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in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B.Kjhlfl'Oii/f:: Bun B'ow ,
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last Monday to Thursday. Her RIg $2695 RIg $5495 Reg. $62 95
grandchildren, New Odom and SPECIAL-Baby's name blrthdat e"greyed-only 2S. per !I.ns
Karry DeWitt Port Richey,
spent the weekend with the Browns. Gainesville Hearing Aid is coming to STARKE can Many be of bronzed.your favorite Baseball mementos Gloves.

Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harringtonand l Cowboy Boots. Hats or that old
daughters of Ormond Beach and Call Street the Ib beat up pair of Tennis ShoesAll
Hal Seymour of Gainesville were We will be at Mitchell's Rexall Drug. on at SALE PRICES!

Sunday Seymour.visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. FIRST THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH from 9 a.m. until All ityla in Bright Bronx. Antique Bronze "Pewte,". Silver

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-alt.6.t TKI.Kfill.UMI: January 31. IMS! Kimberly Solze and William Rhoden Marry Dec. 29

Miss Marcia served white lace and sequin bandeau nosegays between the layers. Thebride'
Kimberly Ann Solze. daughter of Douglas as in
maid of honor and her elbow veil of illu bouquet was placed frontof
Richard Solie and the late JoAnn the bridal attendants secured length Mrs. Richard
the cake. Solze Jr '
Solze and William C.Rhoden.son of were Mrs. Andrea .
sion.Linda the cake.
'the late Freeman Rhoden, all of Waterhouse. Miss Arlene demons Johns directed the wedding.A cut
Suzie presided at
Miss the
Starke. were united In marriage and Miss Anna Alvarez. They were reception was held in the table where the crystal
attired alike in Woman's Club of Starke where the punch punch
Saturday. Dec. 29 at 7 p.m. in maroon offtheshoulder flanked silver
was by
Keilbron floor length satin three refreshment tables were
Springs Baptist Church gowns.
holders with white tapers and red
Gassed silk covered with white lace cloths over
with Rev. Dean performingthe They wore maroon flowers in
nuptials. their hair and carried silk nosegays pink linen. roses and white pompoms at the

Centering the altar were two of white and maroon roses and pompoms Mrs. Earl Wayne Murray, cousinof base. "
heart-shaped candelabras decorated with white satin streamers. the bride, greeted the guests at
with fern balanced by two tall urns l'hebride, given in marriage by the door and Miss Cheryl Rosier Following a wedding trip toBuscn
with graceful ferns. her father, wore a white lace gown kept the guest book. Standing in the Gardens and South Florida, the couple -
Presenting a program of nuptial with square neckline, fitted bodice, receiving line were the bride and is residing at Heilbron Springs.
music were Lavon Drivas, pianist, long lace sleeves and full length ruffled groom, their parents and atten- The bride and groom are School both
Bradford High
and Esther Hardy, soloist. chapel train. She wore a strandof dants. graduates of
Jim Rhoden attended his father as pearls with matching carriers' The bride's table was centered in 1979 and is
best man. Ushers were Scotty and carried a white silk cascade arrangement with a three-tiered columned cake employed at Union Correctional In-
Rhoden cousin of the groom,Robert of white pompoms Interspersed decorated with pink roses, topped stitution. The groom is employed by
Daniels and Bobby Alvarez. with fresh red roses. Her .with a bride and groom and Seaboard Railroad.

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Rev. Kenneth WeaverTo Roman Alvarez Elected oldest Protestant church in Cuba]
could be used for this purpose. I/is
Become PastorOf President, World Croup located miles from Havana. .

Bushnell BaptistRev. Bishop Hernandez said /hat
Church Rev. Roman Alvarez pastor of medical care in Cuba is "liqe forall"
Hop Baptist Pine Level Baptist Church, was regardless of financial status.
To Host Kenneth L. Weaver has ac elected president of the Tri-Stale
Doctors work for the government
cepted the call to become pastor of
piIL Special) Sing Feb. 8 the First Baptist Church of Bushnell.He Division of World Baptist Fellowship and are paid 300 pesos per month,or
at their regular meeting which was
is presently Minister of Youth about $270. Priests are ,paid 200
held at Bible Baptist Church in "
iM Come celebrate with us at 7 p.m., and Education at the Northwest pesos per month.
Kissimmee on Jan. 24 & 25. Bishop Hernandez and his wife'
February 8,at Hope Baptist Church Baptist Church. Gainesville, wherehe Tri-State Fellowship is made up of
Hwy 100,I miles south of Starke and has served for the past four located were in Florida to attend a religious
over 100 churches
I 5 miles north of Keystone Heights. years. He is a graduate of throughout Alabama Florida and convention.St. 'I

_( t Hope Baptist Church will worship Southwestern Baptist Theological Georgia and convenes four times
the Lord in song with the Seminary. Ft. Worth Texas. each year for the purpose of Christian
Southwestern Gospel Music Associa- Rev. Weaver Is married to the fellowship, education and
tion Award-winning group The Nor- former Gayle Hatcher, daughter of world-wide,missions.
tham Singers. The combination of Col.and Mrs. Harry M.Hatcher,Jr. Rev. Alvarez, who was also a
;"." their God-given talents along with of Starke. featured speaker for the meeting, Edward's News
their love for Christ make for an exciting The Weavers have a one-year-old led the Fellowship in raising an offering RENEW Group Meets
k and enthusiastic presentationthat son. Brett. They will begin their of more than $5,000 for the On Tuesday night, Jan. 22, the St.
will entertain as-well'as bless ministry in Bushnell on February 10. support of Arlington Baptist Collegein Edward's RENEW Core Group helda

.: :: hearts. Arlington, Texas. meeting in the parish hall. Dr.
Attending the meeting with Rev. William Marchese,coordinator,con-
Senior Citizens
Mr.and Mrs.William Rhoden Alvarez were his wife, Betty, Mr. ducted the meeting which consistedof
Re-elect OfficersAll and Mrs. Raymond Moody Mrs. prayer, scripture reading, and.
h Lucile Johns and Mrs. Elva McRae. hymns.Discussion.
incumbent officers were re- was held on the goals of

Did You KnowBenton elected by the Senior Citizens Club Cuban Doctor VisitsSt. RENEW during the second semester
at the first meeting of the year on which is now being organized.
January 8. They were: Harry Fer- Mark's ParishTo Small Group Leaders of the St.Ed-
Futch was on the Dean's Mr. and Mrs.Jerry Woner of East Mrs. Johnnie McCall and Mr. and tig, president; Margaret Ada Hoist, Discuss ProgramThe ward's RENEW Team attended a
List for the first semester at Baptist Moline, IL., former Starke Mrs. Ora Jarvis of Canton, IL. will vice president; Evelyn Vaughan, meeting on Thursday night, Jan. 24,
Bible Institute, Graceville. residents who were guests of Mr. be weekend guests of Mrs.L.H. Gib secretary; Doris Lamb, treasurer; history of the Episcopal held at Gainesville's Holy Faith

and Mrs. W.J.Frick last week,were son. and Dawn Crews, housekeeper. One Church in Cuba was described by parish hall.
Michael and Dana Meng of St. informed that his brother Jack new officer was added, Henry Emilio Hernandez, of This meeting was conducted by '
Petersburg spent last Thursday Woner of Austin, Texas, was burned Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green and Easterly, second vice president.The Bishop Havana during a visit to St. Mark's Tom Umlauf of Holy Faith parish.
night with their grandparents Mr. to death in his trailer last Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cosby attended a monthly covered dish lun- Parish last He led the group in scripture
and Mrs. Paul Meng, at HamptonLake day, Jan. 23. birthday lunch Wednesday of last cheon was held on the third Tuesday, a luncheon meeting held in the reading, prayer and hymn singing.
week for Mrs. J.H. Fields, given by The importance of sharing was
and Friday to Sunday with January 15. Lura Ellen Edwards of parish house, Bishop Hernandezsaid
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Saundra Green, Mrs. Anne Mr.and Mrs.Charles Fields at Mor- Upjohn Nursing Home Care took there are 38 missions and churches emphasized. Group discussions on
John Miller in Starke, while their Whiffen and Mrs. Malee Sarnt at rison's in Orange Park. blood pressure tests of all members in Cuba at the present time witha the success of the first semesterwere
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Menu, tended the Woman's Club present and gave an interesting talk membership of 2800. Some of the held with suggestions for im-
were at a hunting camp in Georgia President's Circle luncheon at on health matters. She will continueto church buildings are in bad repair plementation of programs.
near Atlanta.Mr. Memorial Medical Center in Mr. and Mrs. Pat Welch spent take blood pressures for the and funds are needed to rehabilitatethem. Among those attending from St.Edward's .
Jacksonville last Wednesday and were the pastor, Father
in Savannah group. .
Thursday to Monday ,
.and Mrs. Lamar Williams and heard a program on Women's Ga.and were joined by Mr.and Mrs. The club secretary is in the It was suggested that St. Mark's Joseph Finlay, Mr. and Mrs. Allen
children spent Friday to Sunday at Health. Leroy Jackson on Sunday and Mon- hospital recovering from surgery could adopt a sister church in Cubain Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mixon,
Helen Ga. where Mr. Williams at- day. and expected to return home this order to help with its needs Mrs. Maura O'Neal, Mrs. Antoinette
tended the National Wild Turkey weekend. She has requested no Bishop Hernandez SUgested thai{ Coss, Mrs. Josephine Cumber, and
Federation convention and the fami- Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahasseewill visitors at this time, but will take a the "Faithful to Jesus' church, the Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng.

ly were also snow skiing v at Sky While Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson be home for the weekend.Mrs. few phone calls.
will be held
Valley. The regular meeting .
attended a hardware show in Orlando -
next Tuesday Feb.
over the weekend their daughter, 5.Ada C.R. SMITH JR.
Mrs.J.S.Walker of Savannah.Ga. Hoist,V.P. ,
Melissa of
Baptist College
and J.H.Mon- ,
Mr. Mrs.
was crief visiting Wednesday to Friday of last spent the weekend with her grand- One Wiggins and sister Mrs. CERTIFIED PUB., c A c9i N X@J;;X11; ;cal,
mother, Mrs. Margaret Jackson CJX Williams of Interlachen,visited ,Did You Know..........' .
week ..
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Mr. and Mrs. Marion Langston of Jackson stayed with their grand- Turkey Creek Health Care Kdmeon and Mrs. Williams and

Columbia S.C. week.are visiting Mrs. Williston.parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.E.Smith in her 93rd birthday on Sunday.y family Mr. of Savannah Benny, Ga. spent the GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

V.E. Spiers this weekend with their mother, Mrs.
Mack Williams.Mr. .

Attention and Mrs. Bill Thompson IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCETHE
: News their
Lawtey celebrated 40th wedding an-
1975 BHS GraduatesThe niversary Thursday, Jan. 24, with a OPENING OF HIS NEW OFFICE
James Waters. dinner outing in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
class of 1975 is planning a reu- by Elizabeth Terry Deepest sympathy of the 'com
nion for this summer and would like phone 782-3300 munity is extended to Mrs. Minnie E.F. Miles and Mrs. Edna
to have current mailing addresses of Personals... Teston in the death of her brother, Thrift of Macclenny were last Satur-
the graduates. Any class member, Lloyd Harris recently. Our prayersare day visitors of Mrs. W.B. Mundy. LOCATED ADJACENT TO THE
relative or friend who may have access Terry Futch and sons, Bruce with her.
to any graduate's address, Dean and Christopher Farnell andtheir Mrs. Bee Kaller and Mrs. Pauline BRADFORD COUNTY COURTHOUSE

please call Jan McRae 4734748. uncle, Van Futch of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wainwrightand Hicks of Lakeland were visiting
The next planning meeting will be ville Beach visited their aunt Miss family of Lakeland visited their their brother Col. J.A. Griffin,
held Thursday Feb. 7, at 7:30: p.m. Elizabeth Terry on Friday night. mother, Mrs. Wilma Wainwright, Saturday to Tuesday 405 WEST GEORGIA STREET, SUITE A
at Matt and Debbie Hull's home in Tony Collins of Jacksonville spent over the weekend and attended the
Starke.Anyone interested in helping the weekend with his parents, Mr. 1956 class reunion on Saturday nightat Scoring results for the Duplicate STARKE, FLORIDA 32091
with the reunion is invited to attend. and Mrs. Don Graves. the home of Mr. and Mrs.>Tom Bridge Club quarterly tournamentJan.
Deepest sympathy of the com- 22 were: first-Mike and Mabel 964-7913
munity is extended to the Futch and Tatum Jr. Faikel; second Charlie and Betty'
1 CommunityNews Terry girls due tp the death of Mrs. Riddle; third Jack and Louise
Terry Futch on Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling Burnette and fourth Yvonne.
Claudia Strickland Mr. and Wayne and Melissa, went to the Riechmann and Allene Brew.
Mrs. Chuck Jones and family of Civic Auditorium in Jacksonville on Stump'sDept.

Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Benton Saturday evening to hear the Inspirations Mimi Scott of Ft.Lauderdale com-
Futch of Graceville Mrs. J.P. Greens".
"The Singing
pleted her masters degree in
by Elizabeth Walker Wyrick, and her grandson, Larry Mrs. B.L. Wilkinson\ Sr. spent a Counseling Psychology in Decemberat StoreBradford
phone 964-6643 Carter of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. long weekend with her grand- Nova University, Ft. Lauderdale. .
Steve Futch and Mrs.Earl Teston of daughter and husband, Mr.and Mrs.
She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Spiritual concertSet Starke, Miss Elizabeth Terry of Charles Arwood, in Folkston,Gar Jimmie Scott of Lawtey. Square StarkeSALE
Feb. 3 Lawtey attended the funeral of Mrs.
The public is cordially invited to Terry Futch in Jacksonville Beachon
attend a Spiritual Concert, Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. OF THE YEARON
presented by Pro. Harold Beggs of Willie Mae Lightfoot and
Port Clinton Ohio Feb. 3, at 8 p.m. daughter, Mrs. Helen Roberts, of
The program will be held at Fort Lauderdale,and Mrs.Eva Jean Engine LEVI & NAGGERMen's '
Ebenezer Baptist Church. Gospel Guthall of Baltimore, Md. visited
will be presented in songs. Rev.O.E. their mother, Mrs. Rossie Reddish, Parts
Harris, pastor. over the weekend and helper her to Dress Pants
celebrate her 87th birthday.
Funeral notice... Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling,

The funeral service of Mrs. Wayne and Melissa, visited Cliff
Maybelle Bass will be held Satur- Browning in North Florida Regional

day, Feb. 2, at 1 p.m. in Greater Hospital in Gainesville on Saturday NAPA
Allen Chapel AME Church. Rev. morning.Mrs. .
E.O. Howard will officiate. Italic Minnie Teston returned 0

Funeral Home of Starke lit in chargeof home from Ocoee where she visited L'( i
arrangements. her mother, Mrs. Wordie Melton, : ,
recently. Mrs. Teston has had the
Totalcengine fr
Higginbotham,of MacAllen. Buy
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the world to put into words." Higginbotham, has come to live with

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Gwendolyn Brooks, the winner of Poet Laureate of Illinois since .,......'I.y. Fed,. 7i Blfl.Vi'Ki'lul'li' Koiip.i .1.y....'... .4
by 1)"I"r.1: nlC the Pulitzer Prize In poetry In 1950, 1969 Brooks has written 15 books,Including Bradford County Middle School: Enact',poaches,cluiculute" cake, elk.rrld.y .
phone KiH-im will present a public reading of her a novel/,'Maud Martha." and all elementary schools ,Feb Hi Fried chicken,m.iieiiMl p.il..l.x-.A.
Bookmobile. I poetry at Lake City Community Col- She,is also a member of the Na- MunilHy. Feb. L: CHlll\ crackers garden" salad, ,gravy. mixed venalnbl, bullvi'Hi'iilcli wpurea.milk
halves,cinnamon mil,milk
lege on Tuesday,Feb. 19,at 8 p.m..in tional Institute of Arts and Letters, Tu..day..o.b.. ft BtHif-VcKdablo tump, cheese:
The Bradford County Bookmobile r the Performing Arts Center. and she has been honored with The least,cabbage: Blew,chncolulo: cake: milk ALACAKTKMimdnyPlua
serves the Hampton area every A reception will follow,and the au- Shelley Memorial Award by the We Ines daY. fttt. ft Sloppy.JIM, nil Bun buttered hamburger ml bun, cni.ll> ft'UK.mllkiihakni .
I Tuesday from 12:30: tit 2:30 a good dience will have the opportunity to Poetry Society of America.The poet corn: fruit.cup Feb.cookie Ti Frlud,milkTliurndiiy tlikkrii, rice & gravy ,0 J..
fioncli rice,
deal for aliI I meet Brooks. has also been the recipient of over 40 green bcaiw, peaches, hut rolls, milk Tunday-ClwoMburgors inllkBhakMWcdnmdiyPrtnch. pizza
I honorary doctorates from Institu- Feb.H Plaza Trench tries fruit crisp,hoi
Brooks won the Pulitzer Prize for Friday : fries, hamburger.e.
Feeling belter... "Annie Allen," her most experimental tions such as Duke University Nor- 'mils milk. mllkihakm,O.J.,pliui.
Rudy DeWaters was released work. thwestern University,and Skidmore Bradford County nigh SclumlMonday TtmrHday-Ftanch O.J., milkshake.; *. fries,. plua, cliocwburgem,
from Bradford, Hospital Inc. last Its subject is a young black girl College. Frlday-Curndiiga milkshakes, trench fries, humburgers -
Steak rice &
and is better after who of to live outa Other events are planned duringthe Feb. 4: Sall bury gravy .
Thursday doing comes age,hoping beans, halves,cookie, ,ll.cud milk pina
fracturing his arm. life of drama and romance, but poet's visit.For further informa- green Vui-Mluy. Feb pear It Chlckon rite' ,cheese ullx.but- Each day studenls have a",,,,Ire nf a. hut lunch: or
I facing a womanhood threatened by tion, contact Yvonne Sapia(904) lured green peas fruit cup ilnnumnn roll, milk. salad bar nr they may purchase a-la carte r
Birthday celebration... \ the poverty and powerlessness of 752-1822, extension 270, at Lake City Wfiliii'Hiluv. Feb. II Whaler on a Bun baked'
beans,cabbage slaw fruit Julio,cookie, milk i
Mif. and Mrs. Randy Scoggins Brooks her girlhood. Community College, Department of,
hosted a slumber party at their Gwendolyn English.
home Friday night in celebration of Pulitzer Prix Winner
April's 7th birthday which occurredon
Jan. 24. Seven friends spent the AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE

night weiner and roast enjoyed snacks the birthday and games.cake, -. ---- -- 1500 Pice; Are Goin9

had breakfast the -
They together -
next morning before returning to CelebfG'e
their homes( Down To
Mary Hill celebrated her 13th birthday r

Jan. .27.Visitors ... -_-_- FhN C Out 1500 ,tOle Openin9

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gaier spent
from Friday to Monday visiting
Francis Meng families. On Sunday,
they toured St. Augustine together.
They len for their home in Piqua,
Ohio,on Monday following six weeks
visiting their son and family in
Orlando. T !
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Leech of
Owensboro Ky. spent the past two 53.000.000
weeks with their sister, Mrs. Viola
Lefebvre, and the Henry Spell family __ _
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I BHS Slams IndiansBradford

basketballers improvedtheir BUS crowd,to Its feet yelling. ;
season mark to 9-4 with two Chandler hitting 10 of 21 shots ,
wins this past week, an easy 67-49 from the field was game high with *
win Tuesday night Jan. 28, over 20 points,Bellamy had 12,Cooper 11. ; ...
Keystone High and a 49-47 squeakerover Daryl 'Jenkins led Santa Fe 8-9 ;* .,
Santa Fe. after the loss with 16 points Chip
Darren Chandler's last second Issac had 10.
shot won the third close game in a BHS as a team shot 37 percent 6
row for the Tornadoes who returnedto from the field,23 of 61. The shootingwas
the friendly confines of the Brad- 46 percent. in the second half
ford High gym for. its two games this however.
week. Chandler' and Cooper each had 7
rebounds for BHS. u + i r
Upcoming Games... 10 L.
On the road again is the BHS IHS 10 11 12 14 4* i,
refrain this week. Santa 10' II 17 47 y
Varsity games begin at 8 p.m. Bradford: .Homy ,i-0-12 Norman Maw junior varsity games st 6:30 p.m. 1-2-4, ChondUr 10-0-20 Coopar 51.11.Mltchalll0.2. ,
23.3.19.Santo __ ., __ Point Man...
The cagers travel to Interlachen Total. -- w'----.. .. oro -'
tomorrow night (Friday Feb. 1). F.i Barber 4-1-. Nichols l-l4. Strategy Session... Robert Bellamy poured In 21 ,
BHS barely got by,,Interlachen on litac 6-0-10. J.nkln. 5-6-U Fr..ncy BUS Coach Mike Sexton discusses some blralegy Daren Chandler and Simon Mitchell. points for BUS against KHIIS and
athe BHS court Jan. 15, but Robert 1.1.1. Total lf-9-47. with players John David Francis Robert Bellamy, led the fast break with a fine display
Bellamy sunk a last second layup for of ball-handling.
a 47-46 Bradford win. .
Tuesday Feb. 5,the BHS five goes I
to Keystone Heights for a rematch. ,

BUS 67 KIIS 49 '
Leading scorer Darren Chandlersat / 1 1 1
down in the third period in foul
trouble Tuesday night Jan.28,in the ...:..,,:;j I
67-49 win over KHS. .:
The Tornado five didn't let
absence of the high scoring Chandler
slow them, pullmg away from the
visiting Indians. BHS stole the ball ,
when KK tried to force it inside and .
threw long fast break passes to -
speedy guard Robert Bellamy.
Bellamy had his best scoring performance
of the year with 21, goingin GOOD THURS
for driving layups, shooting from '
outside from the baseline and pull- ,
ing up for short jumpers in front of
defending Indians.
Herbie Cooper also added two inside REDEMPTIONRULES' 1.We will accept but not double free coupons.Also we canriot accept; rebate coupons.
baskets.BHS was up 48-32 at the 2. Pantry Pride store coupons are not Included In this offer.
end of the third period. 3. Sales tax must be
paid according to state law.
Chandler led BHS with 26 points.
Cooper had 8. BHS shot 46 percent
from the field hitting 31 of 67 shots.
throws, going 5-for-5. John David i iI
Francis, who had the task of I
shooting four free throws on GROCERY
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January.. 31,

I Bradford High Wrestlers !Improvement With 'Experience I

Even though the BHS grapplers and 167 pound weight classes"MS : IHI 1!.Palm Coat M At Citrus High... Brad Green, 'John Hamilton, Bruce (WU9-Chuck) Coburn (L 126-Sid
have lost two out of their last three Winning as many as they lost, the Davis, George Watson and Donnie Russell (L), 132-Jamie Carver (L),
meets the young team still is out u. lp>Uld.U 1.-.'.d Orcm (W.IOI John Hamilton U. Tornadoes were killed by their Thornton. 138-rorfeit 145-Bruce Davis (W),
there trying. ..-.'.tf Orcm IW).""JDhn Hamilton (W). 112...rNlIH-eld au..... (L), ".-".mIa Cwvor forfeits in a team loss to Citrus High 135-forfeit, 167-forfeit 185-George
II2-Chuck. Coburn |w>. Ilf-lid .u..... IWI. IL). Ill-forfeit. iif.lort.lt, I4f-f.rl.lt, ,iaSfvN411l / in Hernando County Jan. 24. Final BUS 30, Citrus 48 Watson (W), 220-Brlan Barton (L),
Win in Gainesville... 11J ml. Cirvor (W). m-Dmnlt Cummlni* -O.or.a Whoa(W).22 -Rob.rt Toylor(LIThe
98-Tommy Jones (L), 105-Brad HW-Donnie Thornton (W)
(W) 1M- ruc Davis (L). Ill-forfeit., UMorUlt.IMOMr .. was BUS 30,Citrus 48.
With a 42-36 win over Gainesville *. Wation (L), aat-Molwrt Taylor (LI. Wrestlers Tried Winning their weight eln..i*"s were Green (W), 112-John Hamilton
Eastside Jan. 15, the Tornados MW-Donnl.Thornton ILl
slipped-up and let Flagler Palm Coast Palm Coast Tough....

Jan.close maul 24.one them to 58-19 Citrus Jan.High 18 School and lost 30-48 a Watson With only winning Brad their Green bouts and the George Tornadoes Tornadoes Take 43-31 Victory OverLady Episcopal :

went down for the pin 19-58 in
At Eastside Brad Green John
Hamilton Chuck Coburn,Sid Russell, Palm Coast Jan. 18. Tornado basketballers even- half Slater changed the BHS defenseto its fast break going. a.I.7, David 1-0-2 Mot''., -2:10,
Jamie Carver and Dennis "Injuries killed us," said Coach ed their season mark at 6-6 with a a 1-2-2 which took away Felcia Davis had 13 rebounds, 00'".' 2+.. Cartvr 1-1-3 Jwiklni
their matches. In a surprise Cummingswon con- Tew of the loss. Also the temporary 43-31 win at Jacksonville Episcopallast Episcopal's inside game. And in the Connie Carter 10.The two girls did a 1-0-2. Starling 011.Total 1!-....,.
test, heavyweight Donnie Thornton absence of heavyweight Donnie Friday night Jan. 25. second half Slater said he staged good job on the boards, said CoachSlater.
lost. Thornton was felt. A sluggish BHS five was up 19-15 with the starters until BHS had a Upcoming Games...
Three forfeits did not help the team BHS had to give up five weight at the half. Coach John Slater said comfortable lead. \ Tonight (Thursday, Jan. 31) the
classes to forfeits, which was just too he did lot of Marla Reddish led with girls travel to
and Coach David Tew is still look- a substituting which pro- BHS 14 BHS S t IS 13 43Ep. Orange Park.
ing for individuals to fill the 145,155 much of a handicap to overcome in bably didn't help the girls get Into points, Beverly Mosley had 10. .. 2 17 4 S J1 Friday night, Feb. 1, the girls will
the match. their rhYthm of play. In the second And_ in the second half, BHS got BradfordR.ddlih 7-0-14, StricklandUFACTURR'SI host St.Augustine in the BHS gym.



Game SetBaseball


PANTRY PRIDE Yep. This Saturday, Feb. 2, at 10a.m.
the Bradford baseball
_ team will be High
playing the third annual

50-lnning The 1985 game.squad will divide into

JAN 31st ONLY teams and play all day Saturday trying
to reach their goal of 50 innings.
The pitching machine will serve up
the pitches for the marathon contest.
The baseball players have been
4. We will double coupon value on all manufacturer coupons for Items In stock getting people to sponsor them for

except tobacco & cigarettes. No ralnchecks or substitutions. .. each inning they play. It is not too
late to sponsor a player for the con-
5. The coupon value cannot exceed 99c & total redemption cannot exceed the cost of the Hem. test. Coach Mike Hartley invites the
6. We will double one the first coupon on the same Item. Any additional public out Saturday to watch the
coupons of like Items will be redeemed for face value only. contest, and adds that donations
may be made at the gate for the
50-lnning game.OldTimers.

GROCERY :" Game...

The following Saturday Feb. 9; at
1 p.m. the 1985 Tornado baseballerswill
play nine-inning game against
Sacramento former baseball players from BHS.
Coach Hartley points out the old-
Tomato Juice timers game has been very en-
joyable for the players and spec-
tators andhopes there will be a large
tournout. Hartley emphsizes that
former BHS baseball players will
play the game,but if they need some
t rest the people who contacted Coach
46OZ Hartley in advance could see some
CAN action. Any former player who
wishes to play please contact Coach
Hartley at school or home.
24OZ BOTTLE YOUR CHOICE The old-timers game gives the
Northwoods Uto Syrup . .89 BHS players a chance at some game
experience against outside competi-

IIIC:6AIOIYellow Rico .. . .2 > 1.00 U.S. NO. A SIZEPotatoes tion.Hartley says all old-timers need to
be at the field by 11:45 a.m. on the
ozLJvASnap of the .
,1\n..te day game.Admission J
Dog Tr,+ ,h3JiQQu.; ,, ....iiani1. :iuL. js 1.50 lor'adults.ier-:
9:..._............KV!! .. .;...vJ>IT' -. .....- ,. .. cept for the players,$1 for students:
Cranberry Julco .KB 2.29

White House-S Yellow Onions or IJJLB KeystoneBeats

Apple> ( JV

SAVE". WHn_ r"Sr

i The junior varsity five absorbedtwo
$29-_ losses this week going down
I CELLO BAG 50-45( to Keystone High and 53-31 to
64OZ I
." FLORIDA D'ANJOUEating FreshCarrots Santa Fe.
JAR All. Purpose The Baby Tornadoes couldn't
Jumbo seem to hit from inside and take advantage
GOLDEN FLAKE Apples of the opportunities they
Tostados LHchoCheese 11WOL 1 Celery Pears had, said Coach John Sanders after
3 LB BAG LB BAG KK game Tuesday night in the BHS

Chlpsles . FKa. x (: SSTgALKSPERgPOUND (: KUS 50- BUS 45

190Z Keystone led all the way Tuesday
Nabisco Chips Ahoy . PKa. night, Jan. 28, taking a 13-10 first
advantage, and adding four
sa cAHblunt' -
their lead in the third
.2/1.00 r more points to
Tomato Sauce -- period for the 50-45 win.
BHS had one more field goal than
KHS,but was outdone 14-7 at the free
Vlasic Kosher FROZEN HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS throw line.Alonzo .
Johnson led BHS with 17
Clifford had 11, and
points. Ivey
Dill Pickles ,1 Freezer Queen SAVE 14' Cecil Jackson 10.
r' &OZ FROZEN. 60, 40 OR 35 Stanley led KHS with 16 points.
SAVE 60 'r' r BoIl-N-Bag OralBToothbrushes Harmon had 10.
&CHEESE from Santa Fe on the Bradford court
460Z before home fans last Friday night,
JAR FROZEN .5-OZ Jan 25.Clifford.

Eggo Waffles . 114Z .89 Afrln Nasal Spray . 2.49 points. Hooper Ivey added led 8.BHS with 16

ORCHARD HARVEST=OR APPIEORAPB :24 COUNT Santa Fe, repeatedly getting in-

Welch's .Julcos . +iaoz.99 Advil Tablets . . 1.99 side the BHS defense for close shots,
CHICI<(EN' 402, had three players in double figures.
ComstockCHERRY Stouffors Pot Pie FKO --:1.29 Robttussln DM . . 1.99
1 LYONS Muffins nS&tO9 Actifed Tablets . . 1.49 Girls FallIt
English . +

Pie Filling ,
_- just wasn't the girl's JV basket
ball team's night in Lake City Jan. 29,
$139w with them losing 21-39 to Lake City
--- Junior High.
eFlu Frito Lay .t o' (OFF'/ I. iU.r.i:! ; .Ji I "The key to the game was,numberone
'.. ifill we didn't score in the first quarter
0ZiICH -
N' CHEWY- ALL VA TIES and, number two everything we did

Grandmas Cookies : Flavo Rich was wrong. Threw the ball away,
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I: Kirkpatrick tells Bradford. : South Florida Legislators Taking Biggest Share : I

matter how good a job we do, Conservatives for exceptional education a lot of increases The educators were familiar with homes would put them about where

there is some unusual situa There are only 14-17 south Florida for the Department of plans for the building. single family residences are now

is very difficult for us to get legislators who can be called conservatives Education] and a five percent salary Nice but unnecessary was taxes he said.

'accomplished" that those and that changes with the Increase for state employees (including Kirkpatrick's evaluation of the proposed A tax on newspaper advertisingwould
want Sen. Kirkpatrick issue. teachers). building. He suggested the net $35 million in new

t assembled educators, in There are too few conservatives in "The pressure on the budget is educators would do well to cam, revenue he pointed out.

some from Bradford and any case to make a real difference, unbelievable" Kirpatrick told the paign to kill the project, especially if A new source of funds is neededfor

Counties. "That's the way it the N-Florida senator says. educators. the money; is needed in the regular school building. Kirkpatrick sug-

need to remember that." Kirkpatrick also pointed out Pressure for more dollars comes school building program. gtested the fuel tax could be expand

George Crady, Yulee, who that the legislators in the seats of from such things as the hospital cost ed.If

the western half of Brad- power, such as the speaker of the containment bill passed last year Costly Road... educators went to Tallahasseewith

all of Union County, and House and Senate president are all which it appears will cost the state There is one 4.5 mile road in their needs and a suggestion of

Irving, R-Orange Park, from south Florida. $51 million more than expected Broward County, a connector bet how to pay for those needs "I think

the eastern half of "It came as a shock to me when I because it made more people eligible ween two major arteries that will you'd Ret a tremendous reception."

County were also present. was told by the senator who is chair for Medicaid. It looks like the cost $1.2 billion to build. Vo-Tech Funding...
Grant D-Madison sent an state will have to hire
man of the Education Committee 1,300 new Everyone applauded Gov. Bob
that 'South Florida is finally going to employees just to handle that Increase Graham's new policy of putting Supt. Craig Marsh of Nassau
educators present in get its fair share'," Kirkpatricksaid. the senator said. Florida in the of County asked for relief on the 70 percent
upper quartile
jority."N"o Supt. Jim Duncan School "I thought south Florida was "We're just going to have to quit education, "... but they didn't even employment rule tied to vocational -

Chairperson Patricia already getting its fair share, and worrying about new programs and know what the upper quartile was." education funding" jthe
rule ...absol tely
more. find new dollars to fund the programs What will be the cost of such an employment

educators present included The majority of the dollars go to we already have," said Sen. undertaking, Kirkpatrick asked. redicufous. People take courses justto
Cason, Assistant Supt. Kirkpatrick. teach people how to live.-
the big districts, and they over-lay Florida is now 47th among the
McNeill and School Board that with special programs, Seventy percent of education fun- states in indigent healt care. Sup- Also hit was the new productivity

Regina Parrish and Betty Kirkpatrick told the educators.In ding goes to the K-12 program. A pose somebody comes up with the rule which says a vocational must

little Lafayette County the..majority ,constituency is building for the idea to put Florida in the upper quar. have 30 percent completers before it

of school funding is race track junior colleges, Kirkpatrick pointedout. tile in that area, Kirkpatrick asked. can quality for state funding.

Kirkpatrick's telling-it-like- lax funds, the only tax left There is a need to become innovative Both Sen. Kirkpatrick and Rep.
was a reaction to the an distributed the count in education Crady said they (believe the rules

list" of area educators, ties. A move equally is afoot among to change that, Costly Building... dollars go further. making will be changed to give some reliefon

capital outlay (building), Kirkpatrick said. Kirkpatrick asked if the educators vo-tech funding.

full funding of know about the $25 million building New Tax Dollars... "They've seen Just how tough they
mandates vocational can make it," Sen. Kirkpatrick admitted
the Department of Education wantsto
Dollar Need. Mobile homes should be the
and the sparcity factor .. build in Tallahassee .
( funding for small, sparsely The new $464 million state budget, by taking the money out, and of regular pay for additional number one target in the search for State officials are not sympatheticto
state dollars
counties approved last now some $12.3 million over with no school building funds over the next Sen. such requests because ...vocational
the state). new programs, includes increases five Kirkpatrick suggested. Placing a 9 education across the state is
cents per square foot tax on mobile .miserable."

Dorothea Beane, Assistant 904355-9003 located In Section 10 Starke, FL 32091 mode

I United Slates Attorney 1/24 2tchg 1/31 Township 07 South application for water use Hicks ,New Service Rep.
Notices Post Office Box Range 19 East Bradford permit 2-84-00545 for an
Legal 600 Jacksonville, County, Florida for average daily
Florida 32201 on or NOTICE"! agricultural uses. withdrawal of 1.2070

-....... ........ before February 23, OF INTENTIONTO Written objections or million gallons p.r day For Bradford Farm BureauJerry
UNITED STATES DISTRICT UNITED STATES DISTRICT 1985. If you fall to do so. REGISTER comments on this application from ground waters
COURT. MIDDLE COURT. MIDDLE judgement by default FICTITIOUS NAME may be filed located In Section 28,

DISTRICT OF FLORIDA will be entered against with the Governing Township 06 South Hicks
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. Pursuant a 1957 graduate of ner of Starke. They have three
to Section Board of the Suwannee
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION for the relief Range 22 East Bradford
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION you Bradford High School has returned
865.09. Florida Statutes, River Water children: Desiree, 22, a registered
demanded In the Management Florida for
Case No. 84.1432ClvJ16 County
Cote No. 81 39 com to Starke as the service
notice representative at St.Vincent's in
Is nurse Hospital
hereby given District Route 3,
Clv.J12UNITED plaint.It water utility uses
I.. ORDERED that the that the undersigned Box 64. live Oak. FL Written objections orcomments of the Bradford County Farm Jacksonville; Stacey, 20, who is
LAMAR GRIFFIS. P.O. until 2/18/1985. Bureau. married and has provided the Hicks
STATES OF UNITED STATES OF above Notice of Suit and on this application -
AMERICA Plaintiff, AMERICA Plaintiff Order for Unnamed Box 308. Starke. FL 32091 Itchg 1/31 may be filed Hicks will be available to discuss with their only grandchild to date,

vs. vs. Defendants to Appear and DAVID leE HODGES. with the Governing with area residents the Farm and Catherine 15, a sophomore at

JAMES F. NORMAN and THE ESTATE OF KATIE B. and Plead (Service by Rt. 2, Box 330. Starke. Fl Board of the Suwannee Bureau programs' including the Forrest High School in Jacksonville.

CYNTHIA K. NORMAN. WIMBERLY and the heir Publication) be published 32091 lolnt owners, doIng NOTICEOF River Water Management Florida Farm Bureau Federation, Farm Bureau has three million

Defendants. at law. WINIFRED by the United Stoles business under the APPLICATIONOn District Route 3, legislative programs, member rela members nationally. Hicks points

SCHNEIDER daughter of Marshal in a newspaperof firm name of THE BUT. Box 64, Live Oak Fl tions, Florida Farm Bureau Women, out the Farm Bureau insurance program

ORDER OF SERVICEBY Katie B. Wlmberly. and general circulation In CHER SHOP. Intends to 1/03/1983 CON. 32060 until 2181985. Young Farmers and Ranchers, the has been rewritten to,offer

PUBLICATIONThis the unknown heirs Bradford County register said fictitious TAINER CORP OF Itchg 1/31 Farm Bureau Commodity Division, more competitive prices and better

devisees, grantees, and Florida not loss than name under the AMERICA Rt.1, Box 314, the Florida Agricultural Marketing coverage. The Farm Bureau pro-

cause come to be assignees, lienors, once each week for six aforesaid statute. Brooker Fl 32622 made IN THE Division, the tires, batteries and acgram was rewritten to get back to its
heard upon the verified creditors trustees, orolh.r consecutive weeks prior Doted this 22nd day of application for water use OF THE EIGHTH COURT cessories program, and the Farm original purpose, which was to offer
motion of Plaintiff for claimants by to return date January A.D., 1985 in permit 2-84-01124 for an JUDICIAL Bureau insurance
an IN program. insurance to farmers in rural areas
Order of Service by through under or herelnabove designated. County. average dally unable
:. BRADFORD COUNTY. to get coverage elsewhere.
Publication and It appearing against THE ESTATE OF DONE AND ORDERED 1/24 4tchg 2/14 withdrawal of 0.0002 Farm Bureau is more than just a Gaskins
........ million FLORIDA Jimmy is president of the
that this action KATIE B. WIMBERLY and at Jacksonville, Florida. gallons p.r day CASE NO. 84-518-CC collective voice of agriculture, Bradford Farm Bureau Chapter.
has b..n brought for the.nforc.m.nt all parties having a this 2nd day of January from ground waters points out Bradford Chapter Board Board members
In Section 11.Tawn.hlp ,
of lien claim right title or Interest 1985. Member
a THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 07 South EARL R. GENDREAU II, George Huggins, the George Huggins, Bill Alderman,
real In the propertytherein HARVEY E. SCHLESINGER
retired Bradford
property County
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Plaintiff Agent. Freddie Watterson A.B.
situated In, Bradford Defendants. UNITED STATES Range 20 East Bradford Whitehead
Huggins Farm Bureau's state
BRADFORD COUNTY vs. says Charlie Baldree
County Florida forwater George Grant
County within the Middle
: MAGISTRATE1176tchg221
BILL L. Defendant. legislative contacts provides a voice
District of Florida and NOTICE OF SUIT FLORIDACIVIL utility uses. BUSY George Payne and Bob Patterson.
described follow. and CASE NO. Written or in government farmers wouldn'thave Hicks works out of the Farm
: .ORDER $434BCA'v. comments'objections, ap.iC.a..nIt.. NOTICE OF ACTION if not for Farm Bureau. Bureau office on US-301 north next to
West 100 feet of tat FOR UNNAMED NOTICEAa ...
of Block 22 of th.-Cttjsb/; b\\;}' gnArc.DEPENDANTSTO ;;..,.. '-- $ Ri Th1fIi : arbiuv. dfor.d 4 r lmnt! ricuRore bufldinV"adSecretaries -
sip t '
/, ''N : "W ,1i t117aY : S
Lawtey Bradford County NOTICE Is hereby given;j1 : !J ttql'.J/I:/ ruing lot "rfey' plake oath Pempt'Ve. Ned
Florida according to PLEAD that on Monday Board of thejtfwwonnee) n' to buy thI11't'td:HICk in the office are Cecile

the map or plat th.r.of (SERVICE BYPUBLICATION February 4, 1983 at Husband River Wate Management is married to the former Hilma TanAndrews and Terri Patterson.
record at Plat Book 2, ) 10:00: o'clock a.m., the District Route 3,
DEANNE MARIE HOFFMAN Box 64, live Oak. FL NOTIFIED that an action
61 of the undersigned GATORFREIGHTWAYS.
Page public Jock onvilll., FL.. one
Wife 32060. until 2/18/1983. for Breach of Contract NOTICE 1/31 2tchg 2/07
records of Bradford TO: ALL unknown heirs, INC., and other relief has been lot of Carpet, consigned ........
County Florida said devisees, grantees, will sell at public auction Itchg 1/31 Aztec Jupiter
filed to Carpet
AMENDED in the
against NOTICE It
property lying and being assignees, lienors for cash at 2175 Commonwealth NOTICE OF ACTIONTO .,. above-styled you Court and that hereby given FL (Pro. 2-572609 dtdvs
on Monday
within' Section 23 creditors, trustees, or Avenue,
11/20/84)) to satisfy
NOTICEOF you ore required toserve February 11, 1985 ai
Township 5 South Range other claimants, by Jacksonvlllle, FL., one and
freight storagecharges
22 East Bradford County through under or lot of Cleaning Compound : DEANNE Residence MARIE APPLICATIONOn written a defenses copy of, If your 10:00 o'clock' a.m., the under the provisions wlenfine's t Day
Florida against Katie B. Wlmber consigned to HOFFMAN any undersigned GATOR
to it on JOHNNY R. of Section 4b( ) of
and it further appear. ly, deceased; and all Vellos Restaurant Tam Unknown. 1/08/1983 BRAD. HOBBS JR., ESQUIRE FREIGHTWAYS INC.. Uniform Standard Bill of FekMINVITATION
ing that Defendants other Parties having or pa Fl ((1 -53B5504 dtd FORD HOSPITAL INC., will sell at public auction lading.
James F. Norman and claiming to have any 11/14/84)) to satisfy YOU ARE HEREBY 922 East Call Street Post Office Drawer O.Stark. for cash at 2175 Commonwealth GatorFreightwaysInc.
NOTIFIED that an action Starke, Fl 32091 made .. Florida 32091.
Cynthia K. Norman can. right title or Interest In freight and storage Avenue Carrier
and file the
not b. served within the the property hereinafter charges, under the provisions for Dissolution of Marriage application for water use original with
the Clerk of the above-
State of Florida; that It Is described.You of Section 4b( ) of and other relief permit 2-84-01138 for an
not practicable to serve are hereby Uniform Standard Bill of has been filed againstyou average dally styled Court on or
them personally; andthey notified that an action Lading. .- In the above-styled withdrawal of 0.0370 before 1 April 1985. TO BIDPROJECT
Court and [ are required million gallons day Otherwise, a Judgementshall
have not voluntarily has been Instituted Gator Frelghtways, Inc.Carrier. you per be entered
appeared herein; it Is against you In the above to serve a copy of from ground waters against
therefore Court by the United your written defenses, if located In Section 34 you for the relief requested : Santa Fe Community College, Starke Center Stark., Florida.

ORDERED as follow.: States of America for 1242tchg131IN any. to It on TERENCE M. Township 06 South In the Petition. OWNER: Santa Fe Community College Endowment Corporation.

I. Defendants James the enforcement of a lien BROWN. ESQUIRE. Post Range 22 East Bradford WITNESS my hand and ARCHITECT: Craig Salley ft Associates Inc., Architects, 3911 Newberry Road.Galn..vlll. ,
F. Norman and CynthiaK. against real property THE CIRCUIT COURT Office Drawer 40.Starke. County Florida for the seal of said Court on ., Florida 32607.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Florida 32O91. climate control. the 29th day of January 5 2:00 Trlest Construction
Norman shall appearIn situated In Bradford BIDS RECEIVED: Tuesday February 1985 : p.m.;
this cause and pleadto County within the Middle BRADFORD COUNTY and file the original with" Written objections or 1983. Company Inc., Highway 21 North Post Office Drawer 700 Keystone Heights,
the complaint filed District of Florida and FLORIDA. the Clerk of' the above- comments on this ap- GILBERT S. BROWN Florida 32656.

herein on or before described as follows: CASE NO. 84-324 CA styled Court on or plication may be filed Clerk of Circuit Court i BID OPENING: Wednesday February 6, 1985.

February 25, 1985; or in A portion of the Northeast before 4 March: 1985. with the Governing By: Joan Epps AWARD DATE: Thursday February 7, 1985.INSTRUCTIONS .
default thereof the Quarter (NE'/O) of FAMILY CREDIT SER Otherwise;_a Judgementshall Board of the Suwannee Deputy Clerk

Court shall proceed to Southwest Quarter VICES INC.. Plaintiff be entered against River Water Management TO BIDDERS
Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr.
judgement In this causeto (SW'/.) and of VS. for the relief requested District Route 3, .
a portion you TERENCE M. BROWN. 1. Plans and Specifications may be reviewed at the office of Triest Construction
FAYE E. CROUSE etc., Box 64. live Oak. FL
the extent provided the In the Petition.
by Northwest Quarter
P.A. Company. Inc.. Highway 21 North Keystone Heights Florida 32636 or at
Section 1655 Title 28, (NWVi) of Southeast Defendant. WITNESS hand and 32060 until 2/18/1985.
my Attorneys for Plaintiff the Mid-State Builders Exchange, 1217 N.W. 16th Avenue, Gainesville,
United States Code, as If Quarter (SE'/ ) of Section .. the seal of said Court on ltchg1/31 Florida.
........ 1/314tchg 2/21
said Defendants NOTICE OF SALE the 22nd of
28 Township 6 South day January
2. Bids are to be submitted In duplicate on Bidder's letterhead.
been served with process Range 22 East, in the City 1985. 3. Bids are to be signed .sealed and addressed to Triest Construction Company
Notice Is hereby NOTICEOF
within the State of of Starke, Bradford given GILBERT BROWN
Inc., P.O. Drawer 700 Keystone Heights, Florida 32656 and submittedon
Florida. County Florida and being that pursuant to an Clerk of Circuit Court APPLICATIONOn n. rknit.
2. This order be more particularly order or a final (udge- By: Marlon McRaeDeputy .' J the date shown above
published In a described os follows: ment of foreclosure Clerk 9/17/1984 CITY OF 4. Bids are to be submitted In accordance. with the attached Bid Proposal

newspaper of general Commence at the Intersection entered In the above- Terence M. Brown Esq. STARKE P.O. Drawer C, Form.
circulation In Bradford of the captioned action. I will TERENCE ,M. BROWN 5. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty ((30)) days after dote '

County. Florida; not less Southerly boundary of sell the property situatedin P.A. INVITATION TO BIDDERS set for opening thereof.
than once each week for Bridges Street (formerly Bradford County. Attorneys for Husband
six consecutive weeks Seventh Street) and the Florida described as: 1/24 4tchg 2/14 : PROPOSAL FORMTo
prior to the return date Westerly boundary of Half Block 7 in Town of NOTICE I. hereby given that sealed Bid Proposals will
hereinabove designated. Church Street and run lawtey. Florida. West of NOTICEOF be received by the Bradford County School Board. 582 N. ( Be Copied on Bldd.r'.t.tt.rh.ad)

DONE AND ORDEREDat thence South 17 degrees Railway as per map or INTENTIONTO Temple Ave, Stark., Florida 32091 10.00A.M.: February
Jacksonville, Florida and 43 minutes West Plat recorded In Deed REGISTER 22 1985. February 1983

this 2nd day of January along said Westerly Book 1. page 6, of the FICTITIOUS NAME BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL

1985.HOWARD T.SNYDERUNITED 388.36 feet to a concrete ford County Florida.All Pursuant to Section at which time. bids,will be publicly opened and read Post Office Drawer 700 .. ....
STATESMAGISTRATE monument for point of of Block 13 of the B65.09 Florida Statutes, aloud. Bids received after the above time and date will Keystone Heights, Florida 32656 '''1"TI:,

beginning. From point of Town of Lawtey Florida notice Is hereby given not be considered. Award if In best Interest of Owner,
1/17 6tchg 2/21 beginning thus described as per plat thereof that the undersigned will be mode within five calendar day. Gentlemen:

run North 72 degreesand recorded In Deed BookC GEORGE F. ALLEN INC., PLANS SPECIFICATIONS. AND CONTRACT
NOTICEOF 27 minutes West a Page 3, thereof of the P.O. Box 636, Keystone DOCUMENTS may be obtained from the office of Don R. Having examined the site of the proposed project and having become fully

INTENTIONTO distance of 08.76 feet to current public records of Heights FL 32636. sole Morgan Post Office. Drawer 1208 Keystone Heights informed relative to the local conditions which may affect the work and having .

REGISTER a concrete monument; Bradford County owner, doing business Florida 32656 ONLY.CONTRACTORS examined all documents as pr.par.d by Craig Salley 1 Associates, Inc.,
FICTITIOUS NAME run thence South 17 Florida all lying and beIng under the firm name of : Will upon receipt of fifty dollar. Architects, for the work and having a thorough understanding of the work to

degrees and 43 minutes In Section 23, ALIEN'S ATTIC, 327 ($50.00)) payable to Don R. Morgan Architect be forwarded be performed we propose to furnish all materials, labor equipment and services
Pursuant to Section West a distance of 105 Township 3 South Range South Water Street two sets of plans and specifications. Twenty-five required for and reasonably incidental to, the
865.09 Florida feet to a concrete 22 East.
monument Slarke Fl 32091 Intendsto
dollars will be refunded provided the plan and
Also. Diagonal Lot 2. ($25.00))
'notice Is hereby given ; run thence South register said fictitious
Town of Lawtey Florida. specifications are returned In "good" condition within ten
that the undersigned 72 degrees and 27
name under the (Here Insert the scope of the work
PERRY. KOONS. 212 E. minutes East a distanceof as mopped and platted aforesaid statute. days of bid opening.SUBCONTRACTORS for which bid
Noble Ave. 108.67 upon the public records :,Will,"upon receipt of twenty-five you are submitting a ;
Wllliston Fl to a concrete Dated this 21st day of I... and
of Bradford dollars mode payable to Don R. Morgan Architect heating ventilating air
32696 sole owner, doing monument on County January. A.D., 1985 In ($25.00)) .
business under the firm''' aforesaid Westerly, Florida.at Bradford County. be forwarded one set of plans and.specifications, conditioning.for
name of H B R BLOCK boundary of Church 1/244tchg2/14 non-refundable.
964 N. Temple Ave., Street run thence North. highest and best bidder EACH BID Shall be accompanied by a cashier's check or the following amounts:

Starke FL 32091. Intends' 17 degrees, 43 minutes ,for cash at the front entrance bid bond. In the amount of five percent. (JX) of the bid BASE BID. -

to register said fictitious East along said Westerly of the Bradford NOTICEOF price, payable to the Owner. DOLLARS (S_ )
name under the boundary a distance of THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER: Will be required to provide SANTAFE
aforesaid statute. LOS feet to point of ., Florida at 11:00 Performance labor and Material Payment Bond In the COMMUNITY COLLEGE ENDOWMENT CORPORATION: (RECEIPT WILL BE

Dated this-2nd day of beginning., o'clock A.M.on February On 1/10/1983 RIVER EDWARDS amount of 100X of the bid amount. Surety Company shall FURNISHED FOR TAX RECORDS FOR All DONATIONS.SNOTE )

January. A.D. 1983. In and you are ordered 13, 1985. INC. Rt. Box RANCH 14. be licensed to do business In the state of Florida and. ( : If you do not wish to make a donation to the Endowment Corporation
Bradford County. and required GILBERT BROWN write In 0.00.)
appear Breaker Fl 32622. made shall be listed by the United States Treasury Department.
1/104Kh0l/31 and plead In told action, Clerk Beulah Circuit Moody Court application for water use PROPOSALS: May not be withdrawn for thirty days Respectfully submitted
I. and file your answer, By: (Company Name
Clerk permit 2-B4-01161 for on after bid date.
with the Clerk of this'Court Deputy be notified of the award of contractto (Signature and Title
average dally All BIDDERS: Will )
at Jacksonville.Florida Sidney E. lewis, Esq. Submit lea scaled envelope, addressed as noted In Invitation to Bid. Submit
for Plaintiff withdrawal' of 0.42BI the successful' bidder or the rejection of all bids,
and to serve a In DUPLICATE.)
thereof the 609 Blockstone Bldfl. million gallon pet-day' .within five day* of the Owners decision. i
IPIalntlff's copy attorney upon Jacksonville Fl 32202 from ground waters 1/31 3tchg 2/14 I 1/17 3tehq 1/31

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I a problem in planting shubbery,
Flynn said but .not an impossble I

I rnonmSilcox problem. Mayor Bobby Commissioner Biggs nam- ASecond/ FREE

r and Utility
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Superintendent Merrill Dees to meet
with Flynn on the water problemand Sale prices good thru
report back to the commissionat
the next meeting, Feb. 5. STERLING
Commissioner Charles Schaefer February 1,1985 fiL" I

pointed out water lines are already I
in the medians on US-301 south, and .
suggested the project be started ..,' ..". "
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there. Flynn agreed.
The 301 Beautification Committee !(II I ..,
1. ,
was created by the Starke-Bradforc: '. ti ." f) l
Chamber of Commerce in conjunc .. : STACKING LETTER TRAY
: .
lion with
appointment of a AM PAC --'
Downtown Progress Committee, .
which proposes a $500,000 project to LIST SALE
beautify streets and purchase

downtown parking, and a Blue Chip STOCK COMPUTER FORMS MARKERS C--- 282-9 369 2.61
Community Committee designed to ,
have Starke designated a Blue Chip ;
Community by the stale's Depart LIST SALE
In ..
other action. 1500/Serles 1.25 .90
27-800 ) Comp ,
2900/Serles Expresso> Med Point .79 .81 I
Street Set:.. 'V Green Bar 60,50
Paving 49.75" I
2901/Series141x11 Expresso Fine Point .79!! .81
City commissioners agreed to 27-820 9'/: Comp Paper, LIQUID PAPER .
., pave a section of Andrews Street and "Blank 38.95 32,07 lai'J'
the circle off SR-16 west including

Glendale, Woodlawn,, and I.
Evergreen Streets. >,..r..zw.. Item No.23-020 : II
Carbon Pipr r F

Davis Street will not be paved ;; [ "
now, but will have water and sewer I
I lines installed first the council
decided. Money budgeted for paving -
won't pave all the streets. After i
much discussion, it was decided to' !
not pave Davis Street because of the 1 hfst for I
utility problem. Commissioner Jim- '1'' :

my Crosby pushed for the paving of .... LIQUID, ".'. ...
Davis, saying he'd told residents of LIST SALE .w"!! ol..irlazzrxzzexlxoNUMBER
the street it would be paved. DESCRIPTION EACH PRICE \: !.!. +
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I The secondary city streets will be 737 Compact Desk Stapler 995 6.12CORRECTION FLUID 1II' 1..___._
paved with a 6-inch limerock base at 767 Ultimate Desk Stapler 19.95 16.27 \ r_
$6.50 per square yard, not $7.50 for Item No. 23-021 I--. 5000 Electronic Stapler 64 95 52.90 LIST SALE I.
an 8-inch base, it was decided. Corbont.sSPepor SF3.5M Standard Staples 5,000/Bx> 345 2.25 NUMBER DESCRIPTION EACH PRICE ....-
SF4.5M Standard Staples 000/Bx/ > 345 2.25
Early Retirement... WHILE-YOU-WERE-OUT BOOKS 564-01 CorrectlonFluid 1,39' 1.10 ;
The council rejected for a second 56X-57X-01 All Colors 1.49 1.1. a
575-01 Mistake Out 139 1.10 LIQUID
time an amendment of its retirement LIST SALE p 1
ordinance for 710O1 Just For Copies 1.49 1.18 !
I "f firemen to retire..l 55 years of age -. : -- 747-01 Pen& Iflkj imnCoff 1.49 1j8 .r
;J' 23-020 WYWO Book 5.32" 4.29' ;'san?>'i" w 144-01 eN'n Film 153 .A 1.01
If/'1, 23-021 WYWO Book, NCR 7.22 5.75
Disagreement was brought up by
!! Commissioner Jimmy Crosby on 23-000 WYWO Pads .36 ,Y24 _
what age groups would be I

:' grandfathered-in. Crosby wasn't '-::::-= _=. '
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sure the recommendation of the ----: :;
Retirement Committee was in the i TenexWflSTEBASKETS PAPER: 3M ATE
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proposed change since he'd met with .
the committee as mayor, then was
off the committee the last time it

met.The amendment calls for hazardous Qiri!
duty employees, firemen and
policemen to retire at 55 at three
percent of their annual salary for E :
each year of service. Regular city = P-II! '
employees will earn retirement pay LEGAL ADS
at 2.5 percent per year of service. m'I
Orange St. Canal... t
405 12)(8)(12) 3.30 2.40 POINTGUARD
The council agreed to spend$4,920 LIST S !
to buy more pipe to fill in more of the NUMBER SIZE COLOR EACH PRICE 415 410 15K11x15 4.75 ::1.49 _. < ._ r
) 6.95 5.07'
Orange Street canal which keeps
.44 I
20-204 5x8> Canary .64
washing out at the intersection with .
20-220 8'1ax1PA Canary 1.10 .73
Myrtle Street. FLAIR l
1.23 .82
The council has been battling the 20-230 8'1lx14 Canary White 1.10 .73 _. ,
washing out of the canal for years, 20-320 .82 LIST SALE '
20-330 8Vlx14 White 1.23 NUMBER COLOR EACH PRICE
but has never been able to come up
with a lasting solution. 841-01 Blue
LETTER PADS '. 842-01 Red J

Market Rd. Paving... 21-218 BVixll Canary .92.80 N d 843-01 Black
The council agreed that Street 844-01 Green .98 .83
Committee Chairman Vernon Silcox INNOVATIVE CONCEPTS : 845-01 Purple :
.. will talk to County Road Foreman '' 848-01 Brown ; ,
J.B. Crawford about the city repaying I 859-01 Orange I I
Market Road about 8/10ths of a FLIP 'N' FILE/DISK STORAGE '

mile. u __ .' f
Crawford, according to Mayor LIST SALE
Biggs,suggested the city might get a NUMBER DESCRIPTION EACH PRICE
good price while the contractor is in tfiul I HARD HEAD FLAIR I
the county paving Laura Church ( 008-13-025 Flip 'N' File/10 4.95 4.20 I
Road in the near future. 033-13-135 Flip'N' File15Flip'N1 9.95 8.44
034-13-137 File/25/ 1995 18.90 -
The city has no funds budgeted to
repave Market Road, but Commissioner ACCOH1OB 035-13-139 Flip'N1 File/50/ 29.95 25.37 881.Q1 Blue r
I r Silcox said it wouldn't hurt tot RING BINDERS 005-13-079 MlnlFlip'N'Flie '1995. 16.90 882.Q1 Red .98 .83
| talk to the county. 006-134)86) Maxi) Flip 'N' File :39.95 :33.84 883-01 Black t
884-01 Green F

Sick Time Down... LIST SALE I,
The use of sick pay time declined ,
t' 237 percent the 14 386001038609 .PresstexllxSVk '/, 3.46 2.79 -;-. .
among power L ,
> plant employees, Bill Weldon, 38610(038619( Presstex11x8ViAcconlde11x8Vi 1' 3.46 2.79 = ULTRA FINE r II =- t
39700 to 39709 'h' 362 2.89
superintendent of power resources, .
," 'j 'told the city commission in a letter. 39710 to 39719 Accohlde 11x8'1- 388 3-12 STABII.O BOSS ULTRA FINE FLAIR

"-: Despite a 40 percent increase,10 to LIST SALE LIST SALE f
14 employees, In 1984 working hours, NUMBER COLOR EACH PRICE NUMBER COLOR EACH PRICE
.,..: .i; paid sick hours totaled 97 hours in 70-24-10 Yellow 831.Q1 Blue
I the last six months of 1984 compared 1 Dozen PapermateStick
Blue 832.Q1 Red
70-31-10 .98
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:" .1' ; to 237 hours in the last six months of 70-33-10 Green 1.59 1.17 833-01 Black :

r f 1983. 70-40-10 Red .:... 834-01' Green

'"', .1 I' even An accomplishment more rewarding such when as this one is Pens 70-54-10 70-56-10 Orange Pink: Iii1!!!!!! !iO..81IDi J j f

:It I I i looks at the Power Resource Depart. : r
I ( ment as a 24 hour a day, seven day a STABILO BOSS 2

." ( week operation,Supt.Weldon wrote. 931-01 .....I _..... ......, .... ,
, I When working a rotating shift it is LIST BALE
,..1 E ; very easy to call in"sick"if you had ; NUMBER COLOR EACH PRICE I M

, ;. trouble sleeping during the day, Free 170-24 Yellow STICK PENS
;1-'. t ." Weldon noted. 170-31 Blue 1.99 tA7
ft. u3 THE
170-33 Green .
c .In other Jan. 15 action, the Starke with each 170-54 Orange. LIST SALE

..;! T f ;B--; contract for v SHOP $25.00 order STABILO BOSS WALLET. SET 931-01 932-01 833-01 934-01 Medium .35 .1'
0 Signed a Interchange ,
I 93641 937-01 938-01
3 .45
t LIST .24
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of electrical with the City of I ?' '
power "
'..,, <;;>.::- Lakeland. I 11OW.C011St., called ID: NUMBER EACH PIIIICE. 911-01 912-01 913-01 Ex, Fine: .79 M
" "" 964-5764 11 6.38 4A7 .
'f: ': 7014 ,
w. -
*t.: J'Heard Commissioner Charles Stork .Flo. I FreelDoz. Stick Pens
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.. ,j I Schaefer ,chairman of the Police f I f r
Committee report there were 664 ? I

Police complaints Dept.reported In December to the, resulting Starke t i 'f 9 1-01 with Each $25.00 order called in.

I in 381 arrests Thirty-three ac-
i cidenU were reported In the month.I .


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By Mark Friedlin
BeT Staff Writer '.-"' ,.
Burning wood to make steam for
energy is an idea that has been
'around for centuries but it may
never have been done as efficiently
i as it is right now out at the Union
{,Correctional Institution.
t Built on five acres of land next to

.the prison, the new, high-tech wood-
!burning boilers were built by the
1. ; Il state for$3.4 million and are rapidly
paying back their initial costs
through big savings in energy bills.
The steam produced by the boilersis
used for heating the cells and administrative A
buildings at UCI and is _
also used for cooking.The .
system was formerly run by a
turbines powered by fuel oil. Thanksthe
the oil sheiks and the oil crisis of
the 1970's, the cost to the taxpayersof
heating UCI has fallen drastically
compared to oil since the staff fired
.L p l y M7. 1yp up the main boilers last October.

Heating costs at the institution, Fuel .

formerly running up a staggering These wood chips are bringing big savings to Union Correction Institute.
$80,000 bill each month, have been

reduced to$30,000, thanks to the new shifts on this 24-hour-per-day operation veyor belt which feeds the fuel into
system. keep one boiler "down'* for the plant itself after the trucks
Future PromisingThe routine maintenance while the otheris unload.
system has the future running. They do this for conve- The chip are pulled first over a
capability to generate electricityand nience. Dobbs says they could easily system of magnets which extract
K Utz prison officials have also requested operate both units at once if the need any metal shards or waste material,
a hook-up via steam line into was there. dries the chips with a blast of hot air,
Florida State Prison, which would "They could expand our load then dumps them into the burner at
": increase the savings to the taxpayerand without too much trouble at all, say a predetermined rate.
.. is "just down the road" according with a line into FSP, and we could The opening in the boiler is
to Plant Utility Supervisor Joey still do maintenance on the boilers measured in inches. On the day the
Dobbs."A well within the specified time pictures for this story were taken,
steam line into FSP would be periods," Dobbs said. "The one the boiler was feeding a 19 inch flow
the next logical step," Dobbs said as boiler we keep on line right now pro of solid chips into the burner, which
he monitored the plant from his con duces more than enough steam for consumes them in a fire of about 125
trol room inside the massive boiler UCI's needs and doesn't operate at degrees, 250 at full capacity.
room building. "We are actively studying anywhere near full capacity except The air venting for the system is
the proposal because we thinkwe during a cold snap like the one we important, explained Dobbs, to ensure
i ,...' can share the benefits fo this project had two weeks ago." that the chips are burned in the
i i.' with very little problems. We Each boiler at the plant producesover cleanest and most efficient manner
".'.1J ;, have more capacity now than we can 30,000 pounds of pressure and possible. A huge, ducted venting
<<; ;''' use." save money in other ways as well as system supplies the burners with air
) ': ...t.J, ';);:.There are actually Iwo-boilers in
1 '' ." ,0 cost compared to petroleum. which fans the flames over the >
PI. I...'b .- ...... '.f'1 ''''i .,r ,----...,,. :ttle> botWing.at-UCfc-Cobbs.and,hi- Ttig.tate-currenU" five'other--chipa.-Speclaf alasa-porthofee-built. .
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staff of 20 inmates, who rotate in
I wood-burning plants operating but into the side of the burner give
only the one at UCI is equipped to Dobbs and his men an eagleeyeview
use such a varied quality of wood as of the process.
Energy Source... its basic fuel. Automatic System
Bradford err mghtl I i Unlike the other units which must belt is
County Forestry Agent -.j 's iLcV! The entire conveyor system
Dave Nortunal left) discusses the 1j burn wood compresed into chemically automatic, and plant runs smoothlyand
wood-chip burning operation with him .4'r. ; treated pellets, an expensive process cleanly as Dobbs and his crew
Plant Supervisor Joey Dobbs as a i i1j that increases the price per ton quietly roam over the maze of piping
conveyor belt full of fresh chips of the fuel, the UCI plant's boilersare and control work, keeping a sharp
heads into the boiler building. ,. capable of burning scraps,waste eye on the mechanical end of the
\ The new plant, which\ opened last ... i. wood from sawmills, pine straw, operation. A computerized monitor
October, has been a model of efficiency ;'''1 i bark shavings, and any type of small system keeps Dobbs informed if any
so far, reducing UCI's mon ,t; tree that may have been included in malfunction, no matter how small,
thly heating and cooking bill from ".,. ....-. t.IoI h the pine chips by mistake. The wood occurs at any time.
$80.000 to less than $30,000. used by the plant is untreated and "We have had very little trouble
One advantage of the plant Is thatit dries and burns the wood in an effi- with this system," Dobbs com
burns waste wood and scraps as cient, two-step process. mented. "It's one of the cleanest,
well as chips. Surrounded by Fuel most efficient operations I've been
.. The beauty of the system, at leastin around. The savings are tremen-
//II" an engineer's eyes, is that the dous. I hope to be able to share the
prison is surrounded by its own fuel savings with FSP in the near
13,000 acres of woodlands owned by future."
.. ', the prison system in adjoining Brad- Dobbs said project engineers have
1 ford and Unio Counties. also envisioned adding $3 million
Actually, as Supervisor Dobbs explained worth of additional equipment which
-- 1j I. the new boilers have all but would give the plant the capacity to
completely wiped out UCI's former generate electricity for the prison,
$648,000 annual heating and cooking wiping( out the prison's considerable
bill if they could just use free inmate electric bill and paying for itself in
labor and free wood chips from the record time."That's .
i prison-owned land. the way to go if they really
Control Panel... Prison forest lands are leased by want to find some spectacular save
w Prison Rehabilitative and Diver ings," Dobbs said. "We could do it
i I Senior Operating Engineer Ronald sified Industries (PRIDE), which all right here and save the taxpayersa
Thornton (at right) checks over the has been a success story of its own in bundle."
electronic control panel at the wood- : T- : increasing the efficiency of prison One of the primary concerns by
burning plant. .... industries. PRIDE sells chips to UCI those who had doubts about the project
Control board monitors the flow of for use in the boilers. initially was that the boiler
chips into the burner and the amountof PRIDE employees cut trees from would generate huge, mountains of
steam being piped into UCI from 9;( yi the land in selective thinnings and ash from the burnt wood. Prison officials
the plant. other approved harvesting methods, had envisioned using the
i taking trees from up to 280 acres per potash to spread over pine forests,
year. This land is then opines replenishing the soil with an element
with fast-growing varieties Florida's soil is naturally deficientin
renewing the forests for the future. but the boiler wouldn't cooperate.
i,.'"' PRIDE workers process downed "It just doesn't produce enough

I _......, .. ---._. rti trees in a mobile, mechanized chip- waste, that's the problem," Dobbs
) per in the field, which blows the said, pointing to a small pile of grey
I. wood chips into waiting trucks. The ash piled in a small corner of the
, truckstwo( to three fully loaded property. "The boiler, it turns out,
I II I Photos by Mark Frl.dlln vehicles can supply the boiler with only put out less than one, 55-gallon
enough fuel for a day's operation) drum of ash per day. That's not quite
/ transport the chips to a long, conJf enough to use for fertilizer."

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Abandoned... Kpisvopal: flunh Psirisli Hall "t'ltroyt'cI l iii un early ; = :=;)
Onlookers gaze ai the ruins of the.old Melrose Trinity morning bl.t/r. 811Ae H
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Up In Smoke @ l-=:-;')

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A part of Melrose history lost as parish hall burnsBy 75 ; C-Y'

Anne Sponhollz to the gallery of the parish hall This fa re wall to the parish hall. Elderly, o CftI F-150 i_
Freelance Writer area served as the library shortly middle aged, children wrapped in
after the depression until the librarywas blankets they all came out. I
"You're watching history go up in moved into (he scout building on Most stood silently watching,silently -I IN STOCK x
smoke. It just makes you want to I the church grounds: because the stairs mourning.. Many had I tears rolling 33 t
cry." to the parish hall gallery proved to down their cheeks. Most of them ask- c :Vx ;)
These were the words of a Melrose pose a problem for many patrons of ed to see Fr. Yerkes. They solemnly CJCO xC
Volunteer Fireman. He spoke them the library. shook his hand and offered their condolences I-
with a lump in his throat and tears in Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts,Sunday ,as if they loo had lost a dear 1
his eyes as he worked frantically to School classes and choir practice, friend Hearts were heavy and I
put out the flames which shot out of musical performances and dancing memories vivid. Countess childhoods
the Trinity Episcopal Church parish classes, library fairs and bazaars, lingered behind the walls. 3D C.7C7
hall which had stood as a landmark in civic meetings and church dinners And as the flames were smotheredand 25Rangers
Melrose for the past 35 years. these were the heart beat of this the charred,gutted building stood 35CO
He said he had grown up in the grand old building.As silhouetted by the fire department'sflood .
parish hall. During his childhood he news of the fire spread through lights against the night's black
had come to the parish hall for boy the tiny town of Melrose, members of sky, it became painfully vivid that Indeed -
scout meetings as so many other the community braced the bitter cold a part of Melrose was gone
Melrose boys had done. He fell no of that Wednesday evening to bid forever.
shame in his sadness in having the
tears swell In his eyes as memories of 35CO IN STOCKI
his childhood flashed before him a
childhood which lingered behind the LORIDA LAWN andGARDEN I I Iu
walls of this grand building.But .
he fought in vain to save the CENTER
+.. parish hall. This time the fire won. 'PESTONTROL .bJ: H 1-81 I :

0,.0, W The The parish Wednesday hall had evening been destroyed.of January 'ft Open 539 E.9-5:30 Call: Street Phone Starke 964-5745 19Jtujll l a 5 I, a e >niJ I Ii Iii

23 began as every Wednesday even
ings at Trinity's parish hall always clcAce:
begins with choir practice. Boys, r---------- 7' $599:5': ti
girls and adults had gathered to prac- S
tice for the eleven o'clock service I CLIP&SAVE} a,
Sunday. Dr. Fielding Fry, the choir RIO This Coupon Good 130.85 thru 25.85 ("') YH;
director was on hand. And as always, GE1 I .
the Rev.Fred Yerkes, rector of Trini- MICE t 2 for 1 Offer I *
ty had traveled from his home in Of I
Jacksonville to be there. RATS 1 d-CON Mouse Prufe 1985 XL
Buy Ranger CO
& i iW "loaded"
"First we heard something that price'' 1 :*:
sounded like an explosion. Then the d-tO" i y Readimix or pellets at reg. f .
doors behind the stage flew open and \\b M1 25 in stock
2nd One FREE I Fully Equipped
flames came shooting out. Dr. Fry ...SAVE :- Get y ,
and one of the boys, David Giesel, WITH THIS COUPON I, V
grabbed the fire extinguishers and No LimitSubject\ to Sell Out __ $ I
tried to get it out, "but there was just Lr.r.- ::::JWI 8 895 COIcJ
nothing we could do," explained a 30C5 2400 Discount .

wide-eyed The Melrose choir member.Volunteer Fire ; :II Spring Veg. Plants Here c 35= :;)

Department, which is located right PEA. rABlE J Broccoli Cauliflower COCO HI
across the street from the church, 1985 F-250
was immediately summoned, but the Vf' RDFN Cabbage & more... I 133" Wheel. Base
fire had spread through the ceiling G CO

and side too of quickly the building.had engulfed A part the in-of I '-mil 'rife. ''.; Tray of 6 plants..? 9 c= Economy & Cargo Capacity! 300 Six 4 Speed, Creeper, CJCO*

Melrose's history was going up in x
smoke. Low Mount Mirrors Knit Seat
Thirty five years ago, Fr. Yerkes VAPAM I
had been instrumental in securing the POTATOES Soil Fumigant SEED
building for the church. It had been Pontiac Red or Kill weeds, Insects, use For a Green Lawn -I 33rs $9495
used as an Army chapel at Camp v
and neededfor White Kinebec 2.4 wks before planting. All Winter
Blanding was no longer
such so arrangments were madeto 1b. 190 49 Qt 251 799 lb. 39

moved purchase section the by building section and over have the it 50 Ib bag / 50 Ib bag 1 50 Ib bagSSS& 1 IL J v> F-250 F-350 Gas Diesels"Dualies" FC-i

winding roads of this lake area to its
final home at the corner of the church COCO

property. Supercab Crewcab g
The hugh white building sat back n
behind the white picket fence whcih =(J y LC.
surrounds the church grounds on
" Kwy-26 in Melrose. Grandfather oaks r35 I assorted models ON SALE I
'! shaded the building and soon the enor-
azalea bushes which surrounded
mous -
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the former Army chapel would be I CJI
in full bloom. The Episcopal Church e '
Women had recently donated funds -j'' '
which had made it possible for the old :: I I r 1985 F-150 XL Pick-Up
i. Melrose landmark to receive a fresh ti": i 1< I I I
,:;>.. .. coat of paint. I, cw".. COCJ
t 117" Stereo Radio
W.B. To-Tone
: The parish hall was always more --y : Interior,
; than simply a church parish hall. It ...'.".'..,
hall.There l t u ? =3
was a community are probably '
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, few Melrose residents who $93' I-
havn't at one time or another stepped f
:3 000 Discount 50 in Stock
".' through the doors of this building.The I I
': Melrose!!. .Library! .can.lrgfg,l4hlSlgfy! ? CO
:;t. MODEL BTU'S BEG SALE We are paying top dollar for trade-ins on discounted prices! CJCO
1st Annual Gov.
E. Cup [ TSC-15 8800 59" 4999

11"_ i For Seafood 69" 5999tAOt y Now is the time to buy a new truck! Plus FreightI
Ci- The 'First Annual Governor's Cup RB-2 8700 .
. for Seafood Excellence' award will 8200 69" 5999EVER I
\ RSA-8 .
", American be presented Culinary February Federation'sheadquarters 4 at the : ) ;:: Come see J.R. "Jim" Lawson, Tom Roundtree, Bill Epps, :*:
10.9600.89/9 .
located in St. : :. RSA- c CJI

.' i.:' Augustine.A specially struck gold medallion l : t\\tt RCA-36. 9600 99" 86" ti Jimmy Epps or Barry Haefele in KeystoneTerwillegar

."1' will be presented to the selected chef oUR RCA-35F 9600 139" 124" I I
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Dean of Florida Sheriffs passes Union County department on to son I

By Elaine Fletcher have logo through a run-off election possibilities for changes to improve -
UCT Staff Writer the people of Union County decided citizen awareness and involvement:
Union County recently went they wanted him as their sheriff and iW
a 4-wheel drive posse for use in instances ; + //i
through one of the most hectic elec- he became one of the two youngest where normal sheriff's
tions it has ever seen. 32 candidates sheriffs In the state of Florida. department.vehicles can't with
competed for seats as county of After two and a half weeks on the the terrainpulling out cope a newly ,I I
ficials school boardmembers and Job newly elected Sheriff Whitehead discovered marijuana stand for in-
county commissioners. feels, he is "evolving" into a full- stance, a youth patrol (a junior
Four candidates competed for the fledged sheriff. deputy program)'to increase youth
seat of retiring Sheriff John Although no major problems have awareness of the' sheriff's department
Whitehead one of those was another arisen since he took office on activities, a drug awareness
Whitehead John's son Jerry. January 8, Whitehead has been program in the schools a
The people of Union County have working seven days a week until late neighborhood watch'1;'program, and H Httb
had a Whitehead as Sheriff for the at night, getting' adjusted to his new an increased number of reserve
past 36 years,but Jerry emphasized job and It s responsibilities."No duputies.
during his campaign that he Is not one can be totally prepared "The biggest change in this office
his father. Ke said that times have for the office but I was always the people will see is more delega-
changed and law enforcement around the person handling the problems tion of authority",Whitehead _
techniques and philosophies would I had the best teacher in the Other changes will be to increase says.the
have to change with them. world," he said referring to his amount of time officers spend In' .d
He must have been saying the father. Raiford Worthington Springs ,
.right things because although he did Whitehead Is exploring several and in the school zones.Providence The,
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Jerry Whitehead John Whitehead"Two

number of officers on duty on Friday deputies have left for new jobs cedure Whitehead has implemented.
and Saturday nights will also be increased in larger departments or with better There will also be some staff additions
"not to harass the kids but salaries." Former duputy Alfred upon the completion of the jail
(tto keep them safe." Sweat has been hired on a part-time
There have been some staff basis to act as court bahff and for See
changes since Whitehead took office. follow-up investigations a new pro- Sheriff... Page 5

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E.ThaggardRobert Survivors include four sisters, .
Evanda Thaggard, 75, of Mrs. Vicie Mae Norman and Mrs.
Melrose died Thursday morning Kathleen Norman, both of Lawtey, -
Jan. 24, In Alachua GeneralHospital Mrs. Janie Knighton of Charlotte Lou-Ann's Azalea & Farm DON'T FUSS, CALL US
Gainesville, following a N.C. and Mrs. Louise McCraney Blueberry
long illness. Caryville Fl.. Take 100 South' towards Keystone, take right on Mike's Auto ElectricRadiator
Born in Sanford, Mr. Thaggardwas Funeral services were held at 2 24th Street, follow I ,
a lifelong resident of Melrose; p.m.Saturday,Jan.26,at the Home signs &
was a retired electrician and attended of Archie Tanner Funeral
the Episcopal Church. with Rev. Danny Fouraker officiating Closed until March ServiceOPEN
Survivors include two daughters, with Rev. Ray Williams i .
Mrs. Jeanne Myers of San Jose assisting. Burial was in Highland I 473-7557
by Appointment Only .
Calif and Mrs. Roberta Stephens of Cemetery with Archie Tanner
Washington, D.C.; one son, Larry Funeral Home of Starke in charge of Now'taking Wholesale Orders Hwy 21 & Cargo Way, Keystone Heights I

Thaggard of Gainesville; one sister, arrangements. Foreign & Domestic Alternators & Starters :
Mrs. Wilma Carson of Melrose; two 964.7109
brothers, Marion and Larry Thag- Monday Friday 8-5 Saturday 8-12
,gard, both of Melrose; six grand- ..
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children and two great grand- r r r rrlrrrlr -
Funeral services were held at 3:30: NITYry .
p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27, in the DeWittC. : SAVE 45 '
Jones Chapel with Father Fred IN QUARTERS -

Millwood Cemetery,Reddick under Cc
the direction of Jones Funeral Home o
of Keystone Heights. Here at WINN-DIXIE,we take the fact that we've put the same

special pride in our meat know-how and expertise into r
Frank Henry Walls department. That's because for bringing you the best USDA 94
Frank Henry Walls, 74, of High IE
Ridge Estates, Keystone Heights, I over 50 years, we've been known Grada A poultry and Western f'- 1LRPKO..
died Wednesday night,Jan.23,at his as The Beef People. And for Cornfed pork. You 11 find WINN-

home following a long illness. BFFF PEOPLE 1 lover 50 years, we've been bring- DIXIE's meat cases filled witha COUPON 1 with$10.00 orAmoss purchseei-FEB. 198S xct.clgi.
Born in Marion, 111., Mr. Walls
the best
ing quality U.S. wide of the finest
moved to Keystone Heights from St. you variety only .s.rwrrrrrrr-rrrrrr---
Thomas, Virgin Islands, five years Choice beef money can buy, quality meats. So for the variety -
ago. He was a retired cook from the PRICES GOOD guaranteed by our famous W-D you want plus the quality you QUANTITY RIGHTS

restaurant business. and was of the THURS. WED., Brand label. We're very proud of expect. visit WINN-DIXIE*s WDl"RESERVED"" 00110,_ der n1
Baptist faith.Survivors corrNFBDEaaL '-'-'M'
include his wife, Mrs. JAN. 31 FEB. 6, 1985 that. And we're very proud of meat department today.
Jewel "Julia" Griggs Walls of ere
Keystone Heights; two sons,Charles FOODS
O. Walls of Keystone Heights and AtwG
Frank H.Walls,Jr. of Chino Calif.; :
one daughter, Mrs. Charlene Berry
of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands; one
sister,Mrs.Magaland Phillips of St.
Louis, Mo.; one brother Martin
Walls of McCroy, Ark.
No local funeral services were
held and burial will be at a later
date. Jones Funeral Home of .
Keystone Heights in charge of local

William Ezra Schrader Jr., 63,of 1 44BOLL
Keystone Heights, died Tuesday I + HAMS
night,Jan. 22, at his home following ,
a long illness.
Born in Dillonvale, Ohio, Mr. I
Schrader moved' to Keystone
Heights from Jacksonville in July 4
1984; was a retired security guard
with the California Plant Patrol and PKO. I I
was a U.S. Army veteran of World Limit 1 with $10.00 or LB.
War II. He was Catholic by faith. more purch M cxcl. clgs. LIMIT 2, PLEASE
Survivors include one son,William I
Thomas Schrader of Macon, Ga.;
and one daughter Mrs. Karen M.
Baginski of Olmstead, Ohio.
No local funeral services were
held and burial was in Jacksonville
Memory Gardens, in Orange: Park. ,
( Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights was in charge of local ar
rangements.Mrs. .

.Myrtice M. Crim
Mrs. Myrtice Martha Crim, 74, ol
' Hampton; died Thursday morningJan. \ .eel h
24, Bradford Hospital,Inc. _d
following a sudden illness. 68GS
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Born in Palatka,Mrs.Crim movedto
Hampton from Key West seven / / //IIT/ V \ l "
years ago. She was retired as a
from the U.S. Navy in Key West; TEA ASTOR
was a member of the Daughters of $169 $199 DISPOSABLE DOG !:
2 I.L& $649
2 SSe
the Reader Confederacy in the and Christian she was Scientist a First BAGS . PKO. COFFEE. . CAN DIAPERS . PKG FOOD. . CANS 1.0.

Church, Green Cove Springs.
Mrs. Crim is survived by one,
daughter, Mrs. Cathryn Walther of KELLOGG'S THRIFTY MAIDChicken' DEEP SOUTH

p children.Kissimmee and three grand CORN Noodle PEANUTz& LIGHT GRAINS

Funeral services were held at' Is-. $119 $219 BREAD ,

28 graveside, in Kingsley at 10 Lake a.m.,Cemetery Monday, Jan.with; FLAKES PKO Soup I ,1010'BUTTER JAR oz. DIXIE DARLING .

Rev. John Strickland officiating. CAMPBELL'S THRIFTY MAID APPLE OR GRAPE

Jones in charge Funeral of arrangements.Joe Home of Starke. was' $ 00 TOMATOCATSUP : TROPICALJELLY PECAN OJ 00

Howard MarrJoe soup..4 CANS 1 ,1 r4 99 <
Howard Marr, 52, of Lawtey,i DIXIE DARLING BROWN N SERVEr
died Thursday morning, Jan. 24, al ASTOR PURE TROPICAL
his home following a brief illness. SPAGHETTl VEGETABLE LONG GRAIN FLAKY or 2 $ f 10
Born in Jacksonville, Mr. $159 $239 <<1: {
moved to Lawtey at an early age; SAUCE 89 TWIN ROLLS.J.117
was a member of the New Smyrna; JAR OIL I I . BTr... RICE I .BAa .
employed by the saw mill until il:\' DART THRIFTY MAID MARBLE OR CHOCOLATE

health forced his retirement. APPLEJUICE. $119 DISH $119 8UICK 99cJ: POUND :

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Obituaries'Mary .
j PRO her home following an extended years was employed With the flclaUng.Burial was In Crosby Lake
N.W.A. loess ago'i Hospital as supervising Cemetery in Starke,under the direction -
Born in Newberry, Mrs. Noegel beautician until ill health forced her of Archer Funeral Home of
WRESTLING M.NoegelMrs. had lived most of her life in Starke retirement. Mrs. Noegel owned and Lake Butler.
Mary M Noegel, 56,of Lake and Lake Butler. She moved from operated her shop, Marys Beauty
STARKE JAIL "31st Butler,died Sunday night,Jan.%1,at Starke to the Lake Butler area 18 Salon, at her home in Lake Butler Luell S. Tanner
and she was a member of the First Luell "L.S." Tanner, 79, ,of
8:00 P.M. Christian Church of Lake Butler.Survivors Lawtey, died Wednesday morning,
Bradford High SchoolMr. t- Starke Auto Sales Inc. include her husband, Jan. 30, at Bradford Hospital, Inc.
Marvin E. (Bo) Noegel of Lake following an extended illness.
Butler; one daughter, Cindy Cumm- Born and raised In Baldwin the son
"B" Brian Blair & Pistol Fez Whatley t We Finance Our Own ing of Lake Butler; two sons, Ma}. of the late David Boyd and Katie Pr-
VERSUS Eddie Noegel of the U.S. Army, Ft. ingle Tanner, former pioneer
Jessie Barr & Wild Bill Irwin Regardless of Credit Stewart, Ga. and Louie Noegel of residents of Baldwin, he moved to
Lake Butler; one brother, Roy H. Lawtey in 1927 where he owned and
'" Freebird Terry Gordy VS Boris Zurchov Martin of Waycross, Ga.; one sister, operated his garage until ill health
\ Ravishing Ric Rude VS Mike Golden l r NO INTEREST RATE I la McCullough of Collingswood, forced his retirement in 1959. Mr.
",\'S N.J. and seven grandchildren. Tanner was of the Baptist faith.
3 MORE BIG MATCHES 8 Plit in Cars & Trucks Funeral services were held Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Q TIPLUS January 31st- I Specialize Wednesday,Jan. 30, at 2 p.m. in the Hazel Bennett Tanner of l. wley;
p.m. First Christian Church of Lake three daughters, Mrs. Gwendolyn;
Bradford Hint School South US 301 Starke 964.6832 Butler with Rev. Raymond Baer of- Anders Williams of Lawtey, Miss
'.illY Priscilla Tanner of Gainesville, and
Mrs. Gwen of Lake
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I I brother, Dave Tanner of Lawtey;
k'V r SAVE 50. W.1 nMIr ': SAVE 50. three sisters, Mrs. Bess Pringle of
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co 1BLEACH I o CO.! AYONNAISE I children.of Lawtey and six grand-

V I MAYON ALu AISf I Funeral services will be held at 2
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3 : 79 Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
GAL. r II, \ Cl)'. :::::;::: I yF Starke with Rev. Connie Johnson
JUG JAR and Rev. James Griffis officiating.
-- Burial will be in
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BnflnnBBHsv NHRB L L LflBnnEi !B( B BnBW nnHiitiiuuMiiJH.qv! ![
1JI b:1: [:))11 renovation. "There will be a
\\ 1 BO NA 'TII' separate communications officer

__________ and jailor, which presently; combined -
l.i1l1 I am considering eventually
.-r hiring a woman for this position."
fr..c F.1rln :ooU.
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I.I'\.Ir-R\ m \ I says Whitehead.The .
drugs in the schools issue
which was raised during the cam-
dn111I1 ...., paign for election is an exaggeration -
/ NII NI I)NrnhlJIf"
Y y\ ; states the new sheriff. "I know
/ U4UMUUaW? *!> r \ X l I I l A a . the kids at the schools as well as any
non-school employee, and this pro-
blem is not
just as as was
CHUCK $1 ftft BONELESS SLICED FRANKS or BOLOGNA P.C;: 99 presented. Our schools are probablyas
$199 $158 in the state and
drug-free as any
ROAST . LB. JL HAMS . I.B. BACON LB. FRANKS or BOLOGNA VS;: $109 the credil for this goes to the principals
teachers, and school

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Whitehead feels his in-

GROUND PORK $ JUMBO THICK $979 and volvement little league with Pop baseball Warner is football a great

$199 J39 $199 asset to him in his new position.
ROAST FRANKS. BACON. IB "There is no code to tell you how to
LB' . communicate with kids and their

TURKEY QQ 38 $169 advise them. The sheriff of this

WINGS.- Ou> FEET . LB. FRANKS. MEAT LB. county munity advisor has always and screening been the agentto com-

refer people to the right place,"
Whitehead says. His father's experience -
in this area has been
ALL FLAVORS valuable to the new sheriff. "It's
/ SHASTADSRINKS E LS nice to know he's there."

John Whitehead...
ROAST SOUTHERN FRIED remember when I wasn't sheriff"
reflects John looking
8 I BEEF CHICKEN back over his 36 year career as
I LTR. M ALL PURPOSE sheriff of Union County.
erL L. necr/8 $329 P&DSHRIMP Whitehead, with 36 years behind
$199 him is the Dean of Florida Sheriffs,
REGULAR OR LIGHT . LB. the sheriff who has served continually -
"' in office longer than all other
1 sheriffs in the state.
WK. $949 Al \ WHOLI SLAB OF BEEF REGULAR o>GERMAN TROUTFILLET "I was only 23 when I was first
? NRB.12-01 BARBECUE HIRRLICHBOLOGNA elected to public office," states
E . LB
T Whitehead. "I had just returned
4 r RED OR WHITE SPARERIBS 71-oi. SIZEFULLY home from the military and people
Y YAGO SANGRIA 1'' $699 1/ 9ge COOKED were then than more they supportive are now."of He veterans was in

LOBSTERS. the Navy for four years and modestly -
$249 EACH .
BTL admits that he received the Silver
Star and eight Bronze Stars for ser-
vice in the Pacific during World War
"I've always taken it day-to-day,
doing what was necessary today
never knowing what tomorrow may
bring,"Whitehead says referring to
his responsibilities as Sheriff. "Peo
ple want someone to listen to their
t ID1NIi problems and to advise them. I've
always tried to take time to help, to
111111 ; be fair. If a person has someone to
r ,r \ spill out their troubles to, their pro-
ALL FLAVORS SUPERBRAND REGULAR or STA FIT blems won't build up and get out of
POTPIES SHOESTRING ICE H COTTAGE $79 hand.Whitehead" states that he did not
4 8-01. $100 $139 GALOO CUBP: ,to follow in
CHEESE encourage his son, Jerry
. .
SIZE POTATOES CREAM his footsteps. "I've been shot at a
few times and know the dangers of
the job. It had to be Jerry's decision,
PILLSBURY HUNGRY JACK but I was very supportive once he
TWIN BUTTERMILK "The public must realize that
FORDHOOK $159 69 99 times change, the laws change, and
BISCUITS that Jerry is a different person,"
LIMAS PKG.: TOPPING.rSIZE . remarks Whitehead. "He will work
KREMO COOKIES AND CREAM ALL FLAVORS for the betterment of the communityand
TASTE O' SEA ORE has the public interest at heart."

PERCHL& 39 SHOESTRING 4 ICE $949 SUPERBRAND years After Whitehead deliberating decided retirement that for"60 4

POTATOES*"; CREAM. PKG. YOGURT was a good retirement age"for him.
PKG. .
FILLETS "The job requires more time than I
wanted to put into it. It's not a 40
hour a week job. It needs a young
man with lots of vim and vigor," he

UH1R llN1Ule "This ia the best community in the
b iF ty have been good to me and I will
continue to work for it's betterment.
1M rHY TNi 'rN. I want to show them that I'll do it'
1fiN m eu col r.aI whether in politics or not. I won't be
,nIMI ne R-. 1001 0000 wN.II ne IMImxaNenLLmwHeNaaRnrlrAn in the middle of things, but I'll still
IM/ !la eoa0 Ale.M ne a IMI !FM RoOGOa A11L M tool oooo..N /1. vnlNaenLnwxlAraaAnrN.n
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1'111.118! January:tl, IIIK.! .

I Former.CO Sentenced to 20 Years for Smuggling' ContrabandA NOTICEAn

'former correctional l officer, who to another charge that he smuggled package. served- consecutively, and was Elwell.
pled guilty to smuggling contraband hacksaw blades into FSP on March State sentencing guidelines ed on four years probation for the McKenzie had worked at FSP error In the advertised
into Florida State Prison, was 16 along with 50 rounds of,,22-caliber recommended a three-year sentence third charge: During. plea negotia- more than two years before his. arrest amount of a manufac
sentenced to 20 years In prison Jan. ammunition, which could be used in but acting Circuit Judge George-H, tions the remaining 20 counts last August. turer's rebate was made In
28. zipguns. Such homemade guns were Pierce said he decided to veer from against him were dismissed. Three other correctional officers this week's sale circular.
Byrdus E. McKenzie, 47;. of found in the possession of four In- the state guidUnes because McKen "I* was a serious case and I am arrested in connection with the case Havollne Supreme Motor
Lawtey had entered a plea Dec. 3 of mates. zie showed utter disregard for the confident that this sentence will senda will face trial on smuggling Oil offers 1.25
guilty to taking marijuana Into the McKenzie also pled no context to a safety of fellow officers by Supplying message to other officers In a position at a later time. They are Brian Edwards a mall-In
maximum-security prison last charge that he accepted half a poundof contraband to the inmates. to smuggle in contraband that 34, of Raiford; Claud Shef- on 5 quarts of oil
March 9.McKenzie. marijuana from the sister of an In- McKenzie was sentenced to ten they will be del, with harshly,"said field, 43, of Starke and Roger G. purchased.We apologize
also pleaded no contest mate and $150 to deliver theThompson'8 years on each of two charges, to be Assisting flitlo( All"V' Thames harvey, 31, of Keystone Heights. for any Inconvenience this
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Thompson said he will appeal Involved in trafficking over a both domestic and International
Thompson's sentence because it's long period of time "for the love of travel. RICHARD C. TUllER, D.C.
too severe.A money which is the root of all evil."
circuit judge departed from Unadulterated greed and enjoymentof
slate sentencing guidelines Jan. 25 high living motivated the defen- v -
and imposed a 19-year prison dant at a time when he was making CHAMPION LOW _
sentence and $50,000 fine on the approximately $2,000 per month in :
Stark businessman who had pled the restaurant business, accordingto nhjTravel> Agency
guilty Jan. 16 to conspiring( to sell co Judge Crews.
Crews wanted the i!'.1 j Mon.-Fri.9o.m.til5p.m.
caine. Judge Imprison-
Thompson, 43, of Lawtey may be ment to be a deterrent to others who '; .,;:.,.../ Saturday 9a.m. Ill 1 p.m. BACKPAIN
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Judge Crews said the court was the DOC can be one day for one day I P J 8 870 W. McMohon Street
not excessively departing from the served. 27 months imprisonmentwould 1 (Next to Pizza Hut) CompleteFamilyChiro-
guidelines, which call for a term of make a mockery of the law, r.I'-"lt"" ""< and the practic Care. '
3'-2 to 4'i years. "The record is clear denigrate costly and exemplary -
that the defendant did not committhe manner in which the of- Mon-Frl1IU Sat 8-1 Workers Compensation and
crime to help feed a powerful co- ficers uncovered the defendant's SPORTING GOODS & APPARE '
caine addiction nor to help his fami- operation," said Judge Crews. auto in'uries acce ted.
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Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights
Mon.-Fri. 8:30-6:00: :
ObituariesMrs. SPECIAL Weekends, Evenings 473-7894

Maybelle Bass Florahome; a son, James R., Orange eras $25
Funeral services for Mrs. Park; two daughters, DeOtta L. ,, . .
Maybelle Bass of Keller Street, Meyer, San Antonio, Texas; and HOOVER
Starke, will be held Saturday, Feb. Wilma P. Johnson, Welaka; two :. / I
2, at Greater Allen Chapel AME brothers, Frank D. and C.B., both of Frosting 15 Convertible
Church, with Rev. E.O. Howard of- Jacksonville; and several grand-
ficiating. children and great-grandchildren. Sale Ends Saturday, February 9 Upright'
Burial will be in Oddfellow Arrangements were made by Reg. S1990Dwith
Cemetery under the direction of William Watts Funderal Home, San I 118 S.Thompson Street Dirt:
Haile Funeral Home of Starke.: Mateo. In lieu of flowers, donations In Merle Norman Building 964-4151
Mrs. Bass died Saturday, Jan. 26, may be made to the Cancer Societyand ContainerNo $17900
in Alachua General Hospital the Heart Fund. i
Survivors include one son,Jerome
Bass of Starke; one niece, Mrs. bags to buy
Audrey M. Myers of Alachua and Easy empty dirt container ;I
other nieces,,two god-chUdren.and Chrome plated steel handle
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'Powerful 5.0 Amp. motor.
Joseph R. Thies 3 4-posltion rug adjustment I lI I
Memorial services were held Mon- .-
day, Jan. 28 at the Navy Fleet /
Reserve Branch 183 for Joseph R. li/I
Thies,74, who died Friday, Jan. 25 at
the Putnam Community Hospital in
Palatka. Officiating was the Elder
Illinois native, Thies moved to ,

Florahome Jacksonville. 23 He was years a retired ago Navy from WE FINANCE OUR OWN WITH NO INTEREST0- ConvertibleCleaner I

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Surviving are his wife, Alma L., .. 9 qt. disposable bag -
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82 El Camino Conquista v-a Loaded, LOW Miles $7,250 $9995

79 CamerO Z-28 Blue Very Sharp . . $4,450

79 Firebird Esprit Red, very Clean .'. . $3,650

I 79 Grand PriX Loaded, Real Clean . ;' . . $3,650 '\liIJ I i

80 Grand Prix Pontiac LOW Miles : . . 5,25Q

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Starke, Florida Call 964-6832'" 964-582G or 984-5827

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I cop killer David Rauler- Police Officer Michael Stewart, 23. Many of the officers present rivcu. iMtuitfsoii tad ul&n lurced a
uinrrs7nltkrl son was executed Wednesday morn- Stewart and his partner, Jim Wednesday wore T-Shirts with schoolteacher who worked evenings
I //If ing,Jan. 30,while about 80 Jackson- English, were shot during an April slogans in support of executing at the restaurant to perform oral sex
1'1'1'1. ville police officers stood across the 27, 1975 holdup at the Sailmaker Raul rsnn. The front said, "Crankup before the two men left the
n road in support of the death penalty. Restaurant in Jacksonville. English old Sparky" referring to the restaurant and became involved in
1'I Some 40 opponents of the death narrowly escaped because a ballpoint nickname of Florida's electric chair. the gunbaltle with police.Tant was
I penally began singing "We Shall pen in his left shirt pocket The back of the shirt read; "Rauler- killed, Stewart was killed, officer
Overcome Some Day" as witnessesto deflected a bullet which could have son Make My Day." English and Raulerson were wounded. I
: 3 the execution were seen walking killed him, a Jacksonville reporter Ballistics reports used in prosecuting -
i iT I- from the death chamber at the north said.English A Starke resident who knew Raulerson indicated' that I!
end of Florida Slate Prison shortly said he was glad that Raulerson in Rockmarl, Georgia, English was killed by the gun carried ;i
after the 7 a.m. execution.A Raulcrson had finally been executedfor said he was in trouble as a teenager. by Raulerson. ,
----.l killing his partner. He deservedto Dewey Williams said when Raulerson Governor Bob Graham signed the I
n :.. round of applause spread die, English said. was a teenager he was accusedof third death warrant on Raulerson at I
___ w .. through the group of off-duty One witness was the victim's killing a man and throwing him in the same time he signed the first for I
policemen standing along the fence father, Jack Stewart, who was also a sink hole. He got away with that, Larry Joe Johnson, at one time
near SR-16 north of FSP. pleased by the execution. Stewart Williams said.Raulerson scheduled to be executed at 7 a.m.
Off-Duty Police Support Death Penalty Raulerson, 33, was convicted of said that 10 years was too long to and Jerry Tanl had rob- Wednesday Johnson's executionwas
the shooting death of Jacksonville wait for justice in his son's killing. bed the restaurant before police ar- postponed by an appeal.

obstruction by disguise and was tion A new charge of violation of proba- Edward Silas Adkins of Starke Kenneth Greg Morgan of Starke
booked into the Alachua County Jail. was placed against Kenneth Ash was arrested Jan. 27 for
News BriefsJacksonville McNeal, 21, of Starke. Bond was set driving was arrested Jan. 27 for driving
Recent ArrestsIn at $1,500. McNeal remains in while intoxicated, according to Sgt. while intoxicated, according to
Wilkinson. Adkins' blood alcohol
Patrolman Michael Paris. Morganwas
custody after his arrest Jan. 4 for
Bradford County driving under influence and multiple content was .18 percent, bond was stopped after he ran a red light,
Man followed a pickup (truck carrying other set at $325. Adkins was released on bond was set at $500. Morgan was
Authorities charges.
Charged In Starke marijuana to the Addison pl"Clpcl'ty.Further made in Bradford County his own recognizance. released on his own recognizance.
investigation turned up a the following arrests during Edwin Charles Norton of Keystone
For Soliciting MurderA processing area behind the the past week. Heights was arrested Jan. 27 for -
Addison's residence and a tray at driving while intoxicated and refus- -
Jacksomlle 45-year-old man who gave a that location had Curtis Addison's Edwin Charles Norton, 28, arrested ing to sign citation,according to Sgt.
address Jan.
has 11 for of less
been possession
charged fingerprints on it. Wilkinson Norton was driving at excessive BUTCHER SHOPFormerly
in Slarke than
with to
grams according Sgt.
soliciting murder,
according to Investigator Don An old pickup truck was con- Wayne Wilkinson, was released speed and would not stop for
Den- fiscated authorities but the patrol car, said Wilkinson. He was
by men
ton and
Deputy Sammy Eunice. a $262.50 surely bond was released after $325 bond Meat Store
John Blount Woolard driving it were not apprehended.No posted. a surety
was arrested other arrests have been made was posted. '
Jan. 25
Edwards Road
on a warrant stating he actually in the 964-5906
paid money to have a citizenof case.Starke Robin Carr Little, 31, of Bradford Richard Walmsley, Jr., 27, of
Bradford County killed. A down County arrested for violation of probation -
ManArrested Raiford was arrested Jan. 26 for
payment was given by Woolard with Jan. 16, accord! 'if I; to LI. Glen driving while intoxicated,according Now
a promise to pay the balance when In AlachuaA Mum'e. Bond was set ;vi $1,000. Lillie to Patrolman Dwight Groves.Walmsley's Open
the individual contract was completed was taken to released to mental
blood alcohol content
said the report. 26-year-old Starke man picked health in Lake City, returned to L,
Bond for the some bad fruit from the family tree Bradford Jan. 21 and releasedon was .17 percent, he was released lj
charge has been set was after Custom Cut &
at$50,000. Jan.24 and was arrested and charge her own recognizance. a $325 surety bond was posted.

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Lake Butler Man Henderson Alachua stopped County the Deputy man on James NE r--- >- Wrap Your Freezer
Cleared by State 53rd Avenue on a routine traffic stop I

Charges against Curtis Addison, just after midnight. The man gave I flR\DA\ 1 5
Henderson the name of a relative, Beef
27, of Lake Butler of possession of thinking everything would check out I .. I . . ib
marijuana have been dropped by the all right with the false name, accor- SLAUGHTERING AVAILABLE J
state attorney's office. ding to Henderson's report Henderson I
Assistant State Attorney Jeanne checked the name the man had
Singer signed a statement saying given him and it turned out that SPECIAL "ElZE.
there was insufficient evidence to I ,
there was an arrest warrant out for
take Addison to trial. 1 j
the relative whose name he
Addison was arrested by Florida The startled man then gave 4'DeCk 3 Sides $lllE!
Department of Law Enforcemnet BEEF
Henderson his true name, Bruce Ar- 8' I
agents on'Oct. 25. This followed an thur Norris, 20( of Starke, and was deep, electric included ; '-- I
incident on Oct. 15 in which Game charged with having no valid driver Clean Up Site \l :), .
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FIREWOOD: Call 964.8268, GAS HEATER Never used. New, $279;
Thurt. Sot Used bikes and accessories 11/29lfn asking $160. 964-6020, Itchg 1/31 assembly work. For Info call should be submitted a

,. tool. $5 watch, UPRIGHT KENMORE FREEZERS One yr. ROLLS OF HAY IN FIELD $15. Coll after S 904-641-8003, ext 9579 1220tpd to the Bradford rWill!Jar
lawn/Borc'en/outo supplies and much old. $450. 964-7011 after 5:30: p.m. p.m. 782.3727. 1/31 tfn 1/31 County Telegraph office .
more. Itpd 1/31 11/29 tfnNEWSPAPER USED TIN ROOFING Corrugated-typ., 9 EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER For part In writing and V ; ( '
THURS. t Flits 1222 Bradford St. 85. PLATES Aluminum ft, lengths $3 ea.; 10 ft.. $3.50. Good time work. Send resume to P.O. paid In' advance ; REALT
Handmade quilts/ pillow. and Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great condition. Ph. 782-3172 for Information. Drawer 280, Starke, FL 32091. 1/03Ifn unless credit is <6rrv .
household Iemll, etc. Itpd 1/31 for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, Itpd 131ROTOTILLINGi REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON Full time. already establishedwith
MOVING SALE) Starting Feb. 1. Electric 13S W. Coll St. 9646305. Gardens, Seed beds, etc Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin & this office '1 ""
stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, air ROLLS OF HAYiOrder your hay for the George Hoyt, P.O. Box 116, Brook.r, Owens, Inc. REALTORS, 221 W. THE TELEGRAPHSTAFF PHONE 964-7776
conditioners. furniture, .22 caliber winter and leave It under my barn until FL 32622. Phone 485.1861 after 4:30 Lafayette St. "Across from Wishbone"Ask CANNOT BEHELD kuwiutGAR
pistol 30 gallon aquarium, radios, needed. Rolls of Alicia $25 at barn p.m. 1/31 4tpd 2/21 for Susan Itchg 1/31 RESPONSIBLE 205 N. Temple Starke

books, clothes, many misc. Items, Alicia and Bahia mixed $22.50 at barn. CUSTOM MADI ANTIQUI SATIN RESIDENT MANAGER Position availableat FOR MISTAKES IN **
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Hous. No. 228, Cypress Drlv., State Hay barn 7 miles North of Starke on Rd. DRAPERIES with matching bedspreadblue 48-unlt apartment complex locatedIn CLASSIFIEDS WHEN ,
Prison Compound. Phon. 4311920. 16. Delivery available at extra charge. ( ). 2 small windows with tie backs, Lake Butler, Fla. Involves all aspects AD IS TAKEN OVER SPECIAL
Itpd 131SATURDAY 782-3727 or 9646167. 11/15 tin and one large window measures 66" ol apartment operation and THE TELEPHONE. *484 AC. BEAUTIFIJL'ROLLING, COUN
FEBRUARY 2: On. mile ARGENTINA BAHIA HAY Highly fertilized long. Excellent condition. $500. Call maintenance. Previous experience I. Classified deadline Is 'r TRY. ONLY $444,00011 A ONCE IN A
South of Starke on Hwy 301. Near Archie ; no rain. Minimum 10 bales J.M. 9644902. 1/31 2tchg 2/07 desired, good starting salary and fringe TUESDAY, NOON, I LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY!
Tann.r Funeral Home. Furniture, 9645379. 1/31 4tpd 2/21 SNAPPER MOWERS, benefits. Apply In confidence to: prior to Thursday
clothes and ho ..wor. Items. Itpd MENDELSHON PIANO Excellent condltlon. No Money Down Starke Power Equipment ROYAL AMERICAN MANAGEMENT. publication *******************************!_

Office hours, call 9646433. Home 438 S. Walnut St., Starke, P.O. Box 17, PANAMA CITY, FL 32401. Minimum charge Is NICE CROSBY LAKE LOT 100'x38. Excellent. loca
Gigantic Yard Sale 782.3522 1/10 tfn 9648568. 1/31 Stchg 2/28 Attn: Mr. Frank Johnston. 1/24 2tchg 15 words for $2.75, tion.
TRAILERS, TRAILERS 5'x8'utility MISCELLANEOUS RESTAURANT 131SHEn then 10 cents for each
1036 Soulhgate Dr 227 FRONTAGE 301| One mile S. of Starke, next to
METAL WORKERS For Sheet Metal word thereafter.
Off Col.y Road.Follow S'gn..Chlldr.n. trailer, $650; 16' dozer trailer, ) ((1)) 3dr. chest freezer, $400; ((2)) Moseley Tire Co. Exc. terms Priced to sell.
Clothes Household ItemsCARS $1,700; 16' utility trailer, $970; 16' lawn 3-keg draft beer coolers, $800 ea.; ((2)) and Fiberglass duct Insulation. For lob '
706 W. CALL STs Walk to everything. Cozy, 2 BR
In Starke area, 2 min. Call
oMII.. FurnitureCanc.ll.d trailer, $1,125; 10' lawn single axle' standard-.lze cold drink boxes, $400 yr..xp. CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION
.II Roln trailer. $878; 16' car hauler, $1,150; 6 ea.; ((2)) 2-door glass bev. Air upright collect ((813)) 879-2744 Mon.-Frl. 8430. PN with separate garage.e6.97 .
SECLUDED ACRES 7 miles from $Starke.
ft. ramps, $100. Olio's Mobile Home refrlg., $800.o.: ((1)) table top.lect. 1/24 2tchg 1/31 FCAN (Florida ,
Center, Rd. 100 W. Starke. 9645606. Friolator, $300; ((1)) Perlick large door CLERK FOR CITY OF HAMPTONi Must beat Classified Ad Network $14,000 W/S6300 assum. mtg.
& TRUCKS 1/10 tfn drink box, $900; ((1)) 4-sllce Toastmaster 1.0.,18 years of age; bondable; anda ). For $125 LOVELY BRICK VILLA, Convenient everything. 2
FORD TRUCK ENGINE 360. $ISO. Call bun or bread toaster, $ISO ea.; ((1)used city resident. Applications may be ((25-words), your ad BR, 1'/ BA. Large living ft dining area. Spacious kit
9646550. 1/17 tfn manual Underwood typewriter, $50; obtained at Hampton City Hall any will Into 56 Floridanewllpap.r. chen with stove & refrlg. $37,900.
series, go
83 LINCOLN: 4-door Signature TWO CEMETERY LOTS: At Crosby Lake ((1) complete set disco equipment Mon.-Wed. or Fri. from 11 a.m. to 2 (dallies VERY BEST LOCATIONS 3 BR, 2 BA. Brick. House

like new $16,800.11/01 tfn Loon value, $16,000. Cemetery. ((904)) 259-6639 (Glen St. speakers, turntable, light bar, p.m. Deadline for filing, Feb. 5, 1985. and weeklies) for a Beautiful I CH&A, stove, refrlg., ceiling fans, 1% oc.

473-2214. Mary). 1/24 4tpd 2/14 amplifier, etc. 1000. Also have other 1/24 2tchg 1/31 circulation of landsc. gr., metal strg shed.
MUSTANG lit 4 cylinder, 4 speed.
75 REGISTERED BEAGLES Male and female. mlscel. equipment. Contact Robbie FEDERAL STATE CIVIL SERVICE JOBS 1,000,000 readers 301 MOTEL rooms furnished plus spacious living
12/06 tfn.
Runs great CHEROKEE lorado package. Good rabbit dogs, good breeders. Both Robinson, Garden Restaurant, Starke, available. Call 1.619.569.8304 for Info. Make that mon.ywork quarters. 376' on Hwy 301. Own. Hn.
1912 JEEP :
24 hrs. 1/24 3tpd 2/07
condition, $9600, call/ $100. Also young dogs for sale. Marcus 9646224. Itchg 1/31 for you..Sellthe COUNTRY CLUB-10.93 ACRES from Flume Rd. to
Excellent L. Conner 9645222. 1/24 2lpd 1/31 4-FT GLASS COFFEE TABLE Handcorvedand RN; Immediate part time opening for a FCAN Call Country Club. Residence or development.
4732214. 12/13 tfn way.
gale RN with operating room experience.Applicants .
1914 FORD Dump' Truck, for sale, SPINET CONSOLE PIANO for handpalnted on pedestal., $125. 964-6305, ask for 204 W ADKINSi Nice older home. Well-
call Bradford Hospital, Inc.
Wanted Responsible party to take See Catfish 964-4524. 1/31
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Sylvia'Today. maintained. ft. 2 '
533-2474. 1/03 tfn Approx. 1660 sq. CH8A. 3 BR, BA
Can be at Ext. 346. EOE. 1/24 2tchg
We FORD F-IOOi Power steering, over payments on spinet piano. ELECTRIC STOVEs Needs some work DON'T DELAY-CALL with furnished apartment.
wheel bate, 302 engine. seen locally. Write (Including phoneno. $25; electric concrete mixer, one TODAY I ISubscribe FOR LEASE BRICK HOME
brakes, long LUXURIOUS 3 BR, 3 BA.
N SHIFT LEADER Full or time. ,
.) to: Mr. Verbeck, Credit Mgr., P.O. garden plow.964.5379.1/31 2tchg 2/07 part
$1115. 782.3110. 1Ichg 1/31 Box 612, Astor, FL 32002. 1/24 2tchg REFRIGERATOR $175 and dishwasher Day/evening shift. Competitive salary Enormous great room with fireplace.
1'" CHEV. TRUCK In running condition.Will 1/31 $75. 964.8328 weekends or after 6 and benefits. Complete application at I IIn BRICK HOME RD. 230 3 BR, 2 BA. 100x300 lot. Fenced

trade for motorcycle, 650 CC or CURRIER SPINET PIANO Pecan finish. weekdays Itpd 1/31 North Florida Mental Health Center, backyard. Priced to sell. 49000.

above 9644604. 12/27 tfn chgIS Excellent condition. With bench, end CONVERTED UPRIGHT PIANO PLAYER Rt. 10, Box 418 Michigan St., Lake City, Starke: 1320 SEARING STREET 3 8R, lYa BA Approx. 1700

IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS?FOR Get$44 the damp chaser. $750. Call 9648886. 1/24 Good condition with bench. $150. Call FL 32055. For information, contact Call Monte sq. ft. Owner will 1_...
through the US. Government Ext. 2tchg 131KAWASAKI after 3 p.m 4851425. Itchg 1/31 Chris Connelly. ((904)) 752.6706 E.O.E. 9646305FOR SWIMMING POOL 4 BR, 2 BA. $62,500.
Call 1-312-742-1142.
todayl JET SKI 1983 model. Like 173 CHAMPION MOTOR HOME, 1/31 2tchg 207L NOBODY DOES IT BETTER: We are proud to offer

im 609. 1/17 PONTIAC EOW 2/21 GRAN PRIX $1700. new Orig. $2500. Asking $1800. Call 24-foot, generator, sleeps six. new P Ni Full or part time Day/evening luxurious home across from Starke CC.

1/31 964-4995 anytime after 5 p.m. 1/24 tfn tires, clean, runs good. $6,900. shift. Competitive salary and benefits. REAL ESTATE INVESTORS We have listed 7 excellent -
7823110.DODGE Itchg TRUCKi 318 DOOR VISUAL COOLER: Excellent con 9645294. Itchg 1/31 Complete' application at North Florida LEASE rentals! S duplexes and :2 homes All are
174 4x4 engine.Free
end lock hubs. $1,800. Call dition. 1000. Cash. FIRM. Call 1970 WINNEBACO MOTOR HOME Mental Health Center Rt. 10, Box 418, 4800.Sq. Ft. rented and have positive cash flow.

964.4009 after 5 Itpd 1/31 473-3943 after 6 p.m. 1/24 tfn 24-foot, fully loaded. Many extras. Michigan St., Lake City, FL 32055. For Bldg. On Prime THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SIEZES THE MOMENT
p.m. ANTIQUE wooden courtroom chairs, $10 Real sacrifice. $5,995. 9644459. Itchg Information contact Chris Connelly, 301 Hwy FrontageCall lots
GOV'T SURPLUS CARS 1 TRUCKS Under : "Pinesong"-37 bldg. w/poved roads. Approx. -
((904)) 7526706. E.O.E. 1/31 2/07
lots available. Hospital Zlchg
single; large 1/31 964.6020
600' from limits.
$100. Now available In your area. city Except terms.
beds, $100. Call 9645213. 1/24 tfn WOMAN'S BIKE, $20; motorcycle (Honda NEED GOOD HELP to clean my home SECLUDED .
1.619.$69.0242 for details 24 hrs. 1/31 CHARMING Unique hldeway. only 6
HANOI-HOUSE PORTABLE BUILDINGS onc.weekly. Call 4682751. Itpd 1/31
and trailer
Twinstar $700
3tpd 2/1. ) ; Keystone AIRLINES NOW HIRING Reservatlonlsts, yrs old 2-story. S BR, 3% BA. CH&A. Sep. office In
Curies US 301 South. 9646020.
Cycles 20 movie camera with filters, $30. By
1977 CHEVY STATION WAGON $975. On 7 Ac. Reduced.
7 different styles, 25 diff colors to appointment only. Call between 4 and stewardesses and ground crew positions : Shop & Compare!! city $89,900.
7823110. Itchg 1/31 HAMPTON LAKE Redwood brick .
available. Call 1.619.569.0241 lordetails. & 3 BR, 2 BA.Fireplace
choose from. Itchg 1/31 7 9645747. 1/31 2tpd 2/07
WAGON 74 Cod. p.m. Spcvi.il Insurance for
COLOR TV $99 and Next to Starke 24 hrs. 1/24 3tpd 2/07 scrn'd porch. 75' on lake.
up. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALEs ((1)) side by '
4-door sedan for sale. 9647184. Itpd :MoliiUHome1
Truck Stop, south of Starke. 9.4.8212. side relrig./freezer, harvest gold; ((1)) JOBS OVERSEAS INCLUDING! CRUISE Harks TERMS OF 12% POSSIBLE: 16 Ac. Clear w/approx.

19B4 1/31 FORD RANGER 4x4, auto transmission 11/24 tfn wood chip heater, brand n.w; (1))30.06 SHIPS $20,000 to $60,000. Free report ":111 lfx't | of horn1 700' on Hwy 301 S. Inc. 2 deep wells, 3 septic tank., :2

loaded.: 7,000 miles Takeover CHAIN SAWS All brands marked down. bolt action rifle, new; ((1)) 36" barrel, 3 write International, 131 Elma Dr., owners policies for MH Butler Bldg. Stocked pond ft creek.
lease fully pnyment ol $220.50 per mo. JANUARY ONLY STARKE POWER inch .mog. 12 gauge shotgun Call c.', Oept. F-38, Centralla, WA. 98531. 1/24 'inili Ilium's MAKE A SPLASHLk Brooklyn. Over 100' on water
payoff$10.000.782.36'3." I fcbtf'lnl "EQUIPMENT, Jj.;38 S. Walnut St.. anytime 964884J31,2: pha, ;2/OXrJ.." 2tchg 1/31 '' MOlin's .,i'by V>X;deep tft/small callage. 27000. "
l / CHEVY: 4-wheel drive Blazer K-5.: 964.8568. Storke. 1/10 4fclfg V3VOO! TWO CHICKEN HOUSES 30x5OO. TlNNCCp-Olli; Help' ,'t!"opted full' lime. No C4II'fo :,gjt) : yMtOOMra ROAMi2563i(elf ft. honVebrr3V.Vc." with
Excellent condition. 964.8845. 1/31 KEROSENE HEATERS VPrice until 9647893. Also have three big 42" fans experience necessary, Hours must be Mobile :? BR, 3 BA. STOS.OOO. '
2tchg 2/07 gone! STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT 1/31 4tchg 2121 flexible. Apply in person, 301 North. ARE YOU IMAGINATIVE A farm house w/approx.

1980 FORD F-150 RANGER: 6 cyl. 4 438 S. Walnut St. 964.8568. Starke. 6 FT. SHAEFFER COMMERCIAL FREEZER No phone calls accepted. Itchg 1/31 Home Sales 49 Ac. on Hwy, 229. $99,000 with assum mtg.

speed four wheel drive with air. REGISTERED BRAHAMA BULL: 4 years w/see-thru top, large live bait tub with Elaine M. Olin INVEST NOWCommerclal) Oak Plaza on Hwy 301
$5,500.964-8901., Itpd 1/31 old. See to appreciate. Have papers, screens and net, fiberglass, large tin Agent just South of City Limits. 13 lots avail.
$1,000. or best offer. Contact Tex Coke box. Reasonable 964-7499 after WE WOULD LIKE 964.5606
1979 FORD F-150 CUSTOM: AT; PS; PB; TO INVITE *** *
Air Stereo; CB. Topper w/extra racks, Patrick 7823064. 1/24 2tchg 1/31 7 p.m. Itchg 1/31 EVERYONE TO THE IVININOSLAV'.N
cruise, excellent condition $",200. By ROLLS OF HAY FOR SALE Argentina GOLDEN RETRIEVERS AKC. Excellent OUTLAW M4-I47I sill DODO M4-74M
owner 9645928. Itpd 1/31 Bahia. Nice rolls, $25 per roll Contact bloodlines. 5 males, 4 females Five Old Auction HouseU.S. Steve Broadway JOHN O.UHI1I2121 .IRVINO ClASK.J..M4-71I*
Tex Patrick, 7823064. 1/24 2tchg 1/31 weeks old. $150. 468-2541. Itpd 1/31 301 Stork.f TOMMY CHA.TAIN/54.43I0 MAXINI SOOTH.....1617
BEAGLE PUPPIES: 6 wks. old. Phone TWO MUD TIRES good tread, $15 each; We have a new line of name-brand TREE SERVICE 944-7454 A 04A.U7DPlumbing WAVNI DOUGLAS N44ItlJIQPOOC
964-4847 after 6 1/24 1/31 8" sink, $20 about 20 foot
p.m. 2tpd deep green ; jeans, dress slacks In men's, .
RICK & DAVE USED FURNITURE: And Store Fixtures. cabinet top, U-shaped, $25; 32-Inch chlldrens sizes, Keniovnl
212 E. Call Street Consignments ac wide Dutch door, $20; 36-inch front Trimming sses.rar esss .
General We also have
Repairs a line of used
new furniture

cepted. 1/24 4tpd 2/14 door $20; 9 foot sliding glass door and
Carpentry Plumbing REPOSSESSED FLASHING ARROW SIGN: screen, $65, four Chevy truck wheels, & appliances. Come by and Slump Kt-moviil. Supplies

Tr.eWork Take over $29.50 monthly payments. $4 .a, Hub caps, $4 each. Call look around or call today. Firt'\\nod

Colt 964-7511 COMPLETE! Big cash discount. WEWON'T 9648016. Itpd 1/31 We Buy Sell Trade Krc'i- f Kshm.itt: ) i l From

BE UNDERSOLD! Delivered Open 9:30 a.m, tll ???
without obligation for your inspection. Want Ads Get Results/ 473.4732 Durrance
,, 1-80O-M1-3070. 1/31 fcan 6 Days A Week After 5 P.M.

1386-Mobile Home on 2 Ac. -- ==- =_ J 964.4260 964.7374CARLSO"N .-
with addition. Neat and I Keystone Heights Pump

p387.4Elf paved road "Fixer-Upper'$21,500. i Sack (Enurtnao & "",4\ 13. DCtatPB.f ..2Jnc. ann. Licensed & Insured =;' Supply Co.--

home in Lawtey Pool, I
workshop nice corner lot. Realtor/Builder 473.7060 U.S. 301 N.-/44 N. Temple
$33.500f379Homesite Home Satellite' Systems, Inc. VACUUMSALE Starke, Florida 964-7061 '

Hwy 100 W Keytone Height ,
lot across Large variety of Lots & Acreage in the hill region of Bradford (9041473.264*
from Vo Tech
Ha oldhouse
and wooded Priced i Co. A few Duplex & Triplex Lots, No septic tank mounds paved Freedom nf ftmlre NEW & USED
We Drill Wells
at $5OOO. r.. roads Our community,: water systems Owner financing _
from $3950 Central Gainesville, Jacksonville, Palatka and We KInance KIHHYSItoYALS Our Own 2" to 6" State Licensed

Starke. I Chimney Fires ,
G Several Lots Approved for farm Home Are Among the Top 10 KIWKKAS: !

Keystone Golf Course Area: Home-Fir HazardsA HOUVKKSKt.ECTKOU'X EARN EXTRA MONEY'i

.3 BR/2 BA New Home. Split Bedroom plan w/garage & sun Dirty ChimneyAlso 1 Keystone i
Causes Heights Area .
deck. Many extras. $59,900. KILTKK QUEENS' ;; *
Heat LossSmokeFilled SEA ItsCOMMKIK'IAL Applications are now being taken for
e2 BR/2 BA with
831 N. carport, $45,500. Rooms
Temple Aye. j
: Times-Union Morning Route. :
Paper Ap
Starke 32091 3 BR/2 BA with garage & swimming pool. $58,500.
\Ve all makesAI must be able
repair pllcants to
STROUTREALTY .1 Acre with 178 Ft. on US 301. 8950. Protect your home post a cash

1.89 Acres with 175 ft. Lake Hampton Oak Dr. $7,750 j! And With Family A Young'sSince bond telephone., have reliable. transportation and a

INCORPORATIO2Acre Hampton Oaks Circle.
$3,750. Safe Chimney
MOKI We also have waterfront property. j 1957 Call 964-51W

964.8931 473.3096 1 Call 9648278Blankenthlp 964.6918 This I. an Ideal l. supplemental Income for a

housewife, retirement couple, teacher, etc.EXCtUlENT .
Chimney Sweep 3 Miles, north of
- - -
Stark* on US 301

Looking for a Good Deal? 1 Carpet '
Room Scotchgard

Check'our prices before you pay TOO much! REALTY PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS Cleaning & Hall> $1495 AvailableDeep is

We have been in business in Florida for 34 964.7700 ( Soil Extraction Is Also Available)

Designing and Custom-Building to meet 393 N. Temple Ave. Whole House 95
Vernle P. OdomBrok.rGRI Special (uv., Din., Hall, 3 er.), 5X
YOUR specific needs. We will also complete

ANY STAGE YOU 1 Carpet Dyed(9X12).4( ) , . 5995
YOUR home or building to -3 BR home for rent In ft 3
1.2 Bedroom Apts.
DESIRE.. Country Furniture Cleaned (Sofa & Chair) . . 4495
Troilers for rent '
Building 1,000 sq. ft. From 150" to 291" "Not Delighted, Don't Pay"
In the Market for a New Home?
Adopt Building to your with usage lots of Serving Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding' areas

r out our 3-Bedroom, Brick Veneer Special! space.Owner 3 will different hold mortgageto stores. 213 Ballrooms Available Now J Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

l'i Baths,.CH/A, Carport Util. Rm. & Carpeting qualified buyer l(Licensed J & Insured) (Residential l & Commercial)

Starting at $34,800 on your lot LAND WITH TERMS: I -
Call %-5 Ac: tracts; I SERVICES OFFERED
Estimates :
For More Details & Free
1B1,, Ac. Good hunting
We specialize in cleaning; and dyeing of wall to wall carpel furniture
woods Clean.
Graham area. A
LONGCHAMP HOMES INC. 198 Ac. Front SR 18,War. 1530 W. .Madison I ing and inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. ,

thlngton Spgs., Union Co 9846312Office Senior- Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge free Advice ;I
114 Ac. Front Co. Rd. 18. IWU IMSIMMrtHTVMTT Phone --
964-6853 a Co. Rd. 238, Wothlngton Hour 9 S Call 964-4997 Call I

,' Springs. Union Co. If No Answer Call ((904) 733-1308 Satisfaction Guaranteed '

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Now Open. Now accepting consignment WI DO All TYPES OF REPAIRS! .. $300 month plus $150 sec. dep. Lawtey. Coll 7823458.22 tin $3.000. $300 down $75 per mo. Call creek 'A-acre pond. Good rood.

!. Mutt be In excellent condi Roofing gutters, pointing and someelectrical Fir. lane No. 43, Klngsley Lak. UPSTAIRS APARTMENT 2 BR, partly fur. 964-5606.10/ tin $1,130 per acre. Excellent owner finan
tion. Call 964-9440. auk for Holm. and plumbing. Call Charlesfor 533.2789.11/08 tin nlshed. $175 mth., 1st and last. $100 LOTS ACREAGE 20 percent down cing. COUNTRY RIVERS REALTY.
12/27 tfn tree estimates. ((9O4I\ 782-3332. 1 BR APARTMENT Furnished or unfur sea dep. BR DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT balance In live year, financing by Realtor. 904/497-3303 anytime. 1/31 I

MUST SELL HOSPITAL UDSi $100 ooch. WANT A CLEAN HOUSE FOR THI nished. Off-street parking walled relrlg. only $250 per mth. 1st owners. 961.6853.12/13 tfn. lean
Good condition. Phono 964-5213. 1/10 HOLIDAYS Flat rat. $20 $05. Have patio close-In. 964-8601 or 9647076. and last $100 damage dep. Call ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement.

tffn references, will travel. Fove 496-2980. 1/10 HnFURNISHED 964.8464 alter 4 p.m. No pet, pl_.. 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call

FREE TO GOOD HOME 2 mat popples. WILL RAtYSIT IN MY HOME Lots of APARTMENT! Three rooms 9645606. 1/03 tin
Part Hoiky. Call 9646073. 1/31 2tpd T.l.C. Call 9648672. 1/17 3tpd 1/31 and both. Utilities furnished. No HOMES FOR SALE ONI ACM LOTS ON MEND DAIRY SKYLINE HOUSING

3/07 CARPENTRY WORK Porches, repairs, children no pets. 964.5164,1/17 tin ROAD $3,300. $350 dn., $70 per mo. CORPORATION

ORIENT 'HAWAII BARGAIN Depart remodeling work decks, mobile home TRAILER NEAR GRAHAMS On. bedroom.Complet.ly Call 964.5606.1/03 tin 1650 N. T.mpl. Av. Storke
April 11. 16 doyi. Tokyo Kyoto Hong repairs. Call 9646232. Itchg 131C lurnlshed. Includes heat SOS s. WATER STREET By owner.2 BR, CB 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C.227))

Kong. Honolulu Maul. $2400 person. C MINI-STORAOEs Hwy 301 South and air. $60 p.r week. 4851371. Itchg home. 1-468-1323. 11/08 tin 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call Special of the Week:

Include air lore, quality hotoli. onto Stark. 9646020.-mil. S. of Shopp- 1/31 LARGE BLOCK HOUSE IN STARKEi 964-3606 1/03 tin New 14' Wide (Only 1 In

meals, flvo guided tour*. Number ing Center. Itchg 1/31 CAMPER TRAILERi Everything lurnlshed. $22,000 spent on remodeling. Owner 10 ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROADi $1,993 Stock)
(limited call or writ. Honk Drone GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, Call 964.6365.1/242tchg 1/31 financed. Total prlc., 39900. Will consider per oc. $1.300 dn., $250: per mo. Call
2649737. 513 Rolph Street Orang. etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY APARTMENT FOR RENT 2 bedrooms, unfurnished bare land a* down paym.nt. 964-5606. 1/03 tin Panelled el Plywood Floor

Park Fl 32073. Itchg 1/31 9646078. Orders also taken In Lak. or furnished With fireplace.. 964.6020.1/10 4tchg 1/31 MUST SEE $9.300stock No. 1926
Butl.r, 496.3079. and Keystone Next to Stark. Elem. School. 9645876. MODEL HOME SALE Keystone Height NOTICECLASSIFIED
Heights, 473.4973.2/26 tfn 1/24 3tpd 2/07 area features lake access, 1 acr. lot 96-t. 739

WANTEDAXLES OFFICI SPACE FOR RENT Call Tiffin ft fireplace, cathedral ceilings Insulated ADVERTISING

MOBILE HOMES windows R.I 9 wall and R-22 ceiling Insulation
Inc. 964-3063.
Owens, Itchg 1/31 should be submitted .
TIRESt Two axles and four tlr... FOR SALE NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS rang., refrigerator heat to the Bradford
SUGAR MTN. RESORT SKI LODGING. pump AC system upgrade carpet and
paid. Green's
Highest price Welding County T.I.graph office
Shop. 301 South Starke, FL. 9645007. Fully-equipped condos and chalets. vinyl.lot Only $405 per mo. Includes I In writing and AUCTIONCOMPLETE
with all
ocr. above leaturos and
I1/03 fnchg SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER Hwy. Fireplace, TV's. Close to the slopes. paid In advance
WANTED TO BUY Tools old or new. 301 N. Stark. Come see Dee Ramon or Call TODAY for reservations, ((704)) more.Summerlln Must see to believe. Call Ernie unless cr.dlt Is
for details.
Carpenter or mechanics hand tool. or Ray for the bargains. 964-4414 or 898-4346. 1/31 Icon 1/10 tin 1-800-222-5253. already established

power. Ph. 4681551. 1/104tpd 1/31 964-4778. 4/26 tfn WITH OPTION TO BUY 3 bedroom. 2 TRANQUILITYi with this off ic.. LIQUIDATION of
THREE ANTIQUI CLOCKS For my own MOBILI HOMI FOR SALE Keystone both doublewlde trailer on Crosby Fishing and comfort. Lake THI TELEGRAPH

u... No dealers please. Call Heights. 2 BR across from Lake Lak. canal. Cement boat romp. Newly Sampson home. 1900 sq. ft. Cathedral STAFF CANNOT BEHELD FARM EQUIPMENT CATTLEon

-497-3204 or 4972905.124 Slchg 3/07 G.II_. $39.00 p.r month. $100 down. remodeled. $323 first last and $100 ceilings with fans. Jenn-AIr fireplace. RESPONSIBLEFOR
WANTED TO RENT I UNFURNISHED 2 or 3 Must remain on lot for five years. d.pa.It.964-602O. Itchg 1/31 decking. 400 It. dock large MISTAKES IN

BR Home with stove and relrlg. In city 4737560. Bill. 9/27 Hn OPTION TO BUY Larg. 2-story all/ garage and workshop. 98000. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN McOWEN RANCH

limit. By retirees. Call 9648573. 1/24 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 bedroom unit. remodeled house 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. 9646225. 1/17Itchg 2/07 AD IS TAKEN OVER

WANTED TO BUY Topper shell for 1980 $150 mo., furnished. Purchase option. $325 mo., first lost and $100 deposit. 4 Newly BR HOME carpeted ON LARGE and FENCED painted CITY needs LOT THE TELEPHONE. Frl., Fb. 15th, 1985-11:00 AM
Bill 4737560. 9646020. Itchg 1/31 Classified deadline Is
Ford Courl.r. 964-5928. Itpd 1/31
and Fort White Florida
owner TLC. 31000. Will llnance

$50 down. Payments of $59 or $99 Owens, Inc. 964-5065. Itchg 1/31 with $10,000 down. Call 3727734. Bobor prior to Thursday Location. : .Leave 1-75 at. Uk. City A take Hwy. 47 Southwest 18
SERVICES month.. .In park call 4737560. 12/27 MOBIL HOMI FOR RENT South of Steel 1/17 tin publication. ml 10 Fort Whta./ r. from Tallahassee, lake Hwy. 27 SouttiMM100ml.
INVOICE SALE Mill. On C-IOOA. 964-3760. Itpd 1/31 MODEL HOME SALE Keystone Heights Minimum charg. Is .to Fort Wre.From Foil While,take Hwy,47 South 3 mfr
KITCHENETTES 1 ft 2 rooms. Utilities fur. area Features lake 1 lot 15 words for to first sand road after croeslrv' under hlgn power lines;then Easton
SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All 5 Single Widest S Doub.lwld.st For SaleM access acr. $2.73 send road t IK. to Hq. of McOWEN RANCH.
mak. cleaned, oiled and adjusted Factory Invoice. Plus delivery ft set nlshed. Weakly UNDERWOOD MOTEL llreploce, cath. celling. Insulation windows th.n 10 cents for each
$15. Used sewing machines for sale. up. W. will show you the Invoice. Hwy 301 N. 31/ miles N. of Stark. Itpd R-19 wall R-22 culling Insulation word thereafter. J,A. McOWEN hu owned sod operated tMe drill. and productive
MoOWEN RANCH near Fort WIMM m Columbia County Sot
James Strickland corn.r Morgan Rd. SKYLINE HOUSING 1/31 rang., relrlg., and heat pump. AC almoat. 20 years as a dlveretfted tveexx sod Md crop operation.
and Hwy. 16 Storke. 964-8733. 1/03 tin 1650 N. T.mpl.Av. 24 FOOT TRAILER I or 2 adults only. No system, up-graded carpet and vinyl. Janet M., Hit son KEITH MoOWEN hw handled management MIl mamtsrwnc. -
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Fr. 964.4739 p.... By appt. KOA Kampground. Only $405 p.r mth. Includes one acre .on McOWEN RANCH tor s nuntear o
..tlmat... Handy-Man F.nc. Co. 12x52 1974 FLAMINGO 2 BR, i BA. 964-8484. 1/31 tin lot and all above features S more. StarlingRealtor fnxt hard has ben under .... _. of 0r. Jam.Fronre OVM,
Own.r Tommy Reddish 9648559.329 964-5662. Itpd 1/31 FURNISHED APARTMENT 1 BR, large living Must tee to believe. Call Ernie Sum. Mayo.Fionas. Hard was begun wish reghrtered Angus 1 Haitian'
but oonetructtve crossbreeding hM >s.ulled In a fine oommarclal
tin 1982 FLEETWOOD 14x70.3 BR, 2 BA on 1 room kitchenette, and bath. Wat.r m.rlin,1.800.222.5253.1242tchg131MASONRY herd wim btooefflne of Santa Qertrutfle,Umouam/ Charolals, aswe
MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size. acre In Starke at Crosby Lak. Has and elect lurnlshed. $150 per mo. $100 HOME AT STARK CITY *. A ..... Angus bull Is with heifera, a rag. Limousin but with
Also hay. quilt for sale. Assorted 12x24 house const, build. Garden spot d.p. No pets or chlldr.n. Ph. 964-5033 LIMITS On. acre; 2 bedrooms; 2 batht; VERY NICE; 3 BR, 2 BA. 2nd calf oows S a rag.. Angus butt with oows.Of ooures, the Hoi-

sizes and designs. Betty Hlldebrand well and septic. Ready to move In. 4681338.. Itpd 1/31 living room; dining room; kitchen; utility 2 Ac. Hwy. 125. 49000. stun Inftusnos gnv.size S milk production ability..vaod oows.Thn .
> has always been an abundance ol west a lush.
964-8122. 6/21 $29.500. Call MOBILE HOME Out of City Limits. room; family room with Franklin goon
tfnchg 9644166. Itpd 1/31 IN LAWTEY: On. blk. pastures tor true iMoa hard of about.1BO heed and the_'I good
WANT TO DRINK DOUBLEWIDEt Equity and pick up 964-8614 or 9647619. Itchg 1/31 fireplace; Florida room; central heat; from school. 3 BR, 1 BA oondlllonCHMriyenowsll.Two ot Florida's well known stockman,
THAWS YOUR BUSINESS payment 3 BR, 2 BA. Call after 6:30: FURNISHED 2 BR TRAILERS Seven miles carpeted and 3-cor shod Sacrifice. .. Shaded lot EMERY Myth (-.IIft-7e) 8 KENNETH STRICKLAND
WANT TO STOP o.m. 964-47KK 1/312rcha 2/07 south of U.S. 301. Call 964-5888 or $42.000. ((904)) 2298427. No Collect. (90S.58/ TO6)ara) haixl$ng...sorting six.panning d...MoO-
.:, 468-2703. Itchg 1/31 1/24ltpd 2/14 28500. WEN: lien!nw.y 10..to avoid sireee to cattle For Mom nub
LOW RENTS Furnished RENTAL 4.87 ACRES: Well septic .Ing sen***ol highly capable stockmen Sot any situation,
efficiency Fleet
Alcoholics COMMERCIAL PROPERTY rooms. Finance, Inc. 2
tank. 17x33 Talman wa don't hnnal to recommend EMERY MILLS A KENNETH
-'64-e894-964-5434 Utilities paid. Clean quiet south of apartments, 1 hou... For Sale by STRICKLAND. W. are Indebted to Mr. LUTHER WHITE. VMS'
pd thru14 RENT/LEASE Starke on U.S. 301. 964-7389. Itchg Own.r. Financing Available. Call pool fenced/cross- known In quartar norae, cams, tanning 6 buslnaas ekclaa. with
MIMOSA 964.5010.1/17 tin F.nced.$24.000. hfehq.st.CMattnd,Florida,tor.... _advk rid snuianos.
LOG HOMES Ov.r .4.28 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. Cam wilt Mil. beginning at. 11.00 AM All tarn) equipment Is kl
HELP WANTED' I COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS FOR RENT! US Mobil. Homes and spaces for rent. 40 rustic models to GOOD to EXCELLENT condition. bacauaa. of Mr. KEITH MoO-
Machine Mechanic 301 South near Steak House. Completion Recreational vehicles w.lcom. Phon. choose from. S.nd for FREE 12500. WEN'S cons attention to regularly.. scheduled maintenance routine
Sewing date expected Feb. 1985. Call 468-2912 9/16 tfn BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES, NEWLY AVAILABLE: rot ...,11 Item ol equipment A Sow neighbors wW have
Minimum 5 yrs. experience. 964-8944 days. 12/20 tin MOBILI HOMES FOR RENTS On. mile Route On., Box 84CF Moss, Tennestee l'/i-2Vi Ac. tracts equipment in the sale addition. to the McOWEN RANCH'S hum
Salary Open, depending on ability 3 j COMMERCIAL OR PROFESSIONAL from Stark. city limits. Clean. No 38575. ((615)) 2583648. 1/31 lean Own.r terms. equipment so mis wM be an "OPEN SALE" lor equipment but
no can).win be handled outside consignors Interested buy-
experience. children CAPE COD ON f WOODED ACRES .2-10 Ac.: $2,000
BUILDING FOR REM US 301 South. or pets. Hwy. 16. W. Call. By p.r ara will be privileged to Inspect both cattle a equipment beginning
Contact Bob Schneider Call 9648076. 1/10 Hn 468-1323 10/7 tin owner. 3 BR. 2 BA. Large laund. room ac. T...... Feb. 12th. All purchases mull be removed from sale. area
Home Plant [ CLEAN MOBILI HOMESi for rent. On c.ntral heat/air, carport ft larg. .5 Ac.: Pv'd Irntg. by 8 00 PM on day following ..... Concession stand with plenty
473-2743 328-6120J BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call screened porch. Gllchrlst Co. 57500. 12500. of good food available. will be handled by High Springs Middle
School Band Boosters with all proceeds from stand. going to the
alter P.M. 964-7530 or 468.132310/07 Hn 372- 072. 1/31 4tchg 2/21 .20 Ac.: Cov'd In pines. band. Equipment sale will begin at or about 1.00 PM following
STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly ON KINGSLEY LAKE) By owner. Three .:50 Ac.: 50000. completion. ol ant) ant. ,All buyers MUST HAVE BANK LETTER

rat... Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple bedroom hou... 70 feet lake frontog. .14 Ac.: $1.750 p.r ac. that. guarantees .payment ol company or personal' check Telephone
OWN YOUR OWN Jeans-sportswear Av. 7/28 Hn Long deck large bath haute and boot .3 BR. 1 BA: Country, at. .... site. Is 804.497-2822. All purchase must be paid
PUBLIC houie. Terms available. Call ( lor on .... day. Settlements with consignors will be made aama
ladles NOW (813)
apparel, combination accessories TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 ) 25500. sod.CATTLE .
day as
larg. size store. National BA apt. For more Information call Lake 749-1801. ask for Richard. 1/31 tin LIQUOR STORE

AUCTION brands: Jordach., Chic Lee, Levl, Butl.r Apts. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity 4 BR, 2 BA CH ft A HOME 19 acres; AND LOUNGE WILL SELL IN FOLLOWING LOTS:
Vanderbllt, lied Esprit Brlttonia. Housing. 6/7 Hnchg detached 2-car garage; solargr..nhouse 36 _... m 14 lots to Include 4 Angus as a lot. 15 Brsngus at
SERVICE STATION .lot.e cross-brads ta a lot and Individual lots-Good condo
5 Parcels of Land '
Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, Evan LOG SPLITTERS For rent by day or hour. ; acre In blueberries. $40.000 1Ionbfed.; .

oAq'lroll"JJdl{ Plcone, Clalborne, M.mb.rs Only Call 9646974. 11/29 tfn.MOBILI Many other features. $93,000. 17 cow a call pairs wIth 1 pair each lot.
r ril'w ; st rarAMAk : s I cOnjtttlelkriy. rOroW, H* ""'.It-; 9OCT H<5Mf.KIYjrONr'HlHoWt ((904)782.3931 14 older Angus oowa together aa t lot '/
Ordered Sold others. $7,900 to $24,90O Inventory
BR from Lak. Geneva $155
across per
P.O. Drawer 3 young Brangus cows together In 1 lot.
Small Business airfare, training fixtures, grand openIng month. Furnished or unfurnished 301 S. Lawl. 17 older Brangus oows together In t tot.
etc. Can open In 15 days. Mr. 473-756O..BIII 9/27 Hn 17 older croaa-bred cows together as 1 lot.
AdministrationAgency Loughlin ((612)) 888-4228. Itpd 1/31 21 mlneoVored Individual. cows m 20 tots.
ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.. 4 Wack-baMles. (white laces) In 1 tot.
of U.S. 2 rag Limousin bull. In 2 ton, 2Vk A 3Vk yre old.
t 1 rag. Angus bull 2Vk yrt, old In 1 lot.
GovernmentSale Realtor TRACTORS: Ford 7600 del., 2-post roll guard. 16 9.38 R-1 tire
.. ,
.. on cast wheell, front wls.-1.967 easy hrs. a overall cond EX-
No. 1 ( 4j;; 1000 del. with only 740 Sirs.LIKE NEW!
) Intl TOO dsl,; 312 cu. In ang R-1 rear tires a dual hubs A: rtmi
Gateway Kawasaki a Qipt FOR you. ; | 964-50651 but no ores on.them,hat Intl 2000 Iron loader w/s-toofh bucket
... .
\ -Tractor a bucket to be ottered together,then teparalery a sold
Commercial Building & House .. .
\.... how they bring most money-GOOD
On SR 247. 3 Mi. W. 1-75 221 latay.lt. SI. Across from Wishbone ((2 sate) 4 lights each In panel nil 706 cab.

.Lake Florida fil Introducing Skiq Care Ip our Salop. ., Mon.-Frl. I 30 a,m te S:1g p.m. Saturday...... U nee m Intl cab to fit any 706 tractor-may need repair. .
City COMBINE:JD 4420dsl,;A/Cond 18 4x28 R-1,with 2t3 header
Real Only w/pkup reel; alto hat 0343 corn header, under 300 "'.. when
Property ., We extend an Invitation to you to INVESTMENT PROPERTIES _n-LIKE NEW)

10 a.m. Thursday, free February 7, 1985 liii come by for your plus great tax credits. Tires condition GOOD.
Ford F-100 gas pickup, ft-cyl. 3 "tp. 8'.S' fiat utility bed-No
S. B.A.Will Finance ., By Appointment Only *MOBILE HOME: 12x65 & Approx. 2 acres. "cream-puff" but good term truck.

Facial may combined with hair appointment E. LAURA STREET: 3 BR, 1 BA Chain link fenced Intl 3-140 gas Bob-Truck wll2'.S',5'high reel. grain bad w/16"
or separately yard. stock. -haul aet.n.lon., grain doors side. t back, tag-tandem-
Sale No. 2 ., Needt trant
., LAWTEY: Off 225 17 acres lush pasture, CHSA. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT rpr. : Rainmaker lit 110 travel..gun w/SoO1

McTavish Tire Co. Fireplace, family room formal dining. ol Angus 4'''''' hoae w/6-yr.warranty tram 1983, on Paulk custom
Cl1eryI's&Cu OVERLOOKING A GREAT LAKE: This well constructed tlr wtth Nelson" big gun-One Ilk. this today would be12.500ILIK6
Commercial Building custom home has solid cedar siding.' Lovely NEWI
Rainbow 190O travel gun w/600' ol/ Angus 4''''" note, this unit
1422 E. Duval Street brick fireplace and great potential. W.'d love to H m EXCELLENT condU.......

Lake City Florida Cl Wav show you anytime. WATERMELON EQUIPMENT: Bedding plow: 6-blade t :3-pomt
Real & es STARKE CITY LIMITS HOME: Convenient to adjustable-GOOD. Cot. 1-row melon planterEXCELLENTCol. .
Property Equipment ,
schools and Prlc.d for 5', 3-pt cultivator with sMelds-EXCELLENTI' FentpreaderGOOO .
shopping. the average hardworking .
12 Noon Thursday "
504 W. Call / Stark 964-8431 person. Fenced yard storm windows FIELD EQUIPMENT: A-C 9' otftet disc harrow-GOOO
February7,1985 well-Insulated. "Great Buy I" Ford 5-bon moldboard plow w/16" ntowt-EXCEL I
JD 3-pt., ,...... tub-toller-LIKE NEWI
S.B.A. Will Finance *ONE ACRE: Beautiful hill lot. Overlooking Santa
JD 7100 pima 8-row. com pistes, dbl compartment hoppers
F. River. Covered with oaks, ossumoble mtg. for ch.m? applicators, DOO. maul-merge,, markart-JUST LIKE
Sale No. 3 9'/, % Ready to build on. NEWT.
SPACIOUS HOME ON BIG SANTA FE LAKE: Two Lllllston Brow late style culttvalor-EXCELLENTI'
massive stone llreplaes. Interior trimmed In .olld Kongtkllda "', Spent field cultivator-Real GOOD.
40 Acres
Dixie 4-ton tgl "spinner lime "" ,._,-AVERAOE
East of US 41 Near 1.10 cypress. Generous decking and dock facilities In Silver Edge side-dump 225 bu. wagon-LIKE NEWt
clud.d. This home was meant to enjoyed. Grain wagon 12' long 12S -GOOD..
Lake City Florida INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH? *GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTIES: 2 cottages Johnson spray rig, 200 gal poly.plattlc tank, 27 boons 3.p1.undar .
-"spray attach lor Corn.-EXL.I
Real Property Only FLORIDA TIMES UNION Is accepting applications for young salespeople across from City Hall. PASTURE a HAY EQUIPMENT. 3-pt. poll hole digger w/12' &
3 p.m. Thursday, LOVELY 4.000 SQ. FT. Home In Lake Butl.r needs 4"augers. EXL .1-9II sac.harrow-G.M20'.e'dum. PTO
to sell subscription to new customers. Must be 16 years some TLC. S BR, 3 BA. Pool fallout shelter, mar..xtras. grain auger GOOD Buth Hog 160"rigid .frame .pasture clipper
February7,1985 w/NEW blades a NEW bearing. EXLISiawndr I S' rotary
Arrange Your Own Financing jf age or older. Excellent commission paid. Transportation pro. clipper. E.L.I.I .New Idea 0290 mowercondEXL I-.Ford
HWY 16: Very neat home with many ..tra.. 3 M19 ude-del '.k.wINEWbe EXL/-I Hawk Bill Mao hay bal
vided. BR. 1 BA. er. EXL.I' B-C fork type 0150 3-pt hay mover, LIKE NEWI'
Sale No. 4Fralick's Call 964.5165 for details IN CITY LIMITS: 6 Ac. with pecan tr... Nice 3 hay feeder rings,GOOD -85..head cattle feeder,20''>10'eats
AVERAGE. Tye No-Til Pasture "Pleaaer fttO-BO gram, drill
building site. "''10 drop, DOO dbl teed bo... REAL GOOOI
Grocery ROAD 230: : Lovely building lot approx. 1 V4 Ac. MISCELLANEOUS OTHER ITEMS. NAPA (85-910 battery charger. -
Commercial Building \ out past Hospital. EXLI I .. Fndgldalr. refrigerator" GOOD Cheat type deepfreeze .
.' 5'.2' 4" wide > 3' Mph LIKE NEW' .. left.over tuppliet
2 Miles West of ) dlee blades,sweeps, tires a rtm 4 other miac, ilema
Ft. While FloridaOn Roberts Real Estate u-L I barn with stalls, hayloft tac room 40 acr. pastureand ITEMS OF EQUIPMENT FOR OUTSIDE CONSIGNORS WILL BE
994 N. Temple Ave. Starke FL
McOWEN RANCH Check-In men there' all week ol tale
Real Property & Equipment 964-6262 Gifts to use NEAT 3 BR. 1 BA In Soulhgate Subdivision. Anyon.retiring,cutting back..leasing or selling needing n-ranch

10 a.m. Friday *JOINS CITY PARK: Lg. lot 2 BR. 1 BA. Many.xtract. cattle ales. or with construction industrial or farm equipment
1985 all year'.COMMERCIAL '! to tell or s busman. to liquidate should contact EMERY MILLS

February, Auto salvage yard with 10 NEAR LAKE ALTO: Unique 4 BR, 2 BA cypresshome or KENNETH STRICKLAND or auction company. to sat a lime
Your Own Financing and place convenient to you M let ut offer our proposal at to
Arrange acres and a CB residence. Located on US Beautiful Hallmark with deck., fish pond over 2 acr... how we can design tale to exaclty fit your particular needt
IMMACULATE: 3 BR, 1 BA. Home. Completely W. ara well Insured experienced and financially .oie Our
Sole No. 5 301. Owners will leave all Inventory, a calendars help start remodeled. Old.r Home. bank reference it Guaranty Bank A Trust. Co. BeUoni. Mittissiopt -

; wrecker, and some equipment for the each day with a little IN NICE QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD: 3 BR. l'n BA. 39038. ((601)) 247-1454

80 Acre buyer. Call for details. cheet $5.00$10.00DFF1CESHOP Brick veneer. Assumable mortgage. Antl- muse be In all radiator. Cooperate In Plant Peat

8.5 Miles North Of FARM 40 acre farm with 15 acres of *SOUTH STREET: 2-itory remodeled older ham. Contro4-BRINC' CLEAN EQUIPMENT TO SALE

Lake Butler, FloridaOn pecan frees Improved pastures fenced & with 4 BR I BA. Terms Compare.. payment day of set Cash, C........'1*Cant-
HWY W Checks. with bank.letter tf. ant
16 : 30 acres toward Prison. fled accepted-others proper buyer
State Road 100 cross-fenced. 2 barns, home with fireplace. ; INVESTMENT PROPERTY: 3-unlt apartment. Call flntncUly known .to vs. No trueka may be sold wttbout tttksandHreeet -

1 p.m. Friday, Excellent working farm. for details. Is s m.elYOKLEv.

February 8,193 WATERFRONT 2 Bedroom. 1 Bath homeon *HIGH HEATING BILLS? Not with this house 3 BR. & LUNDY

Arrange Your Own FinancingFOR Crosby Lake Inlet. Seawall & dock. 2 BA, replace( central air, heat large screened
House Is In condition. Good porch
very good ac '
,, *3 BR, 2 BA MOBILE HOME with llreploce and
MORE DETAILS CALLa cess to the lake. Priced to sell. Martha RkkJIck. Jr., President
K lenced-ln yard. Priced for a quick sale. In High H.L.
"Buddy" Wood.
Secy -
WILSON ROAD 3 bedroom 2 bath. CB
Ridge Estates In Keyitone.
Jerry Mltchefl. FtoMman
McDougall'sAuction house on 1 -acre. Central heat & air, carpet, *QUIET ft PEACEFUL: 2 BR. 2 BA home w/f(replace' I Auctioneer: :

CdaCalh! .ft Ig. shed. Cathedral coiling ft full tiled kitchen ft
chain link fenced yard. Owners anxious. THE Col. Larry Oamer, Pulaefcl. Teoo.

Co. CALL US FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE 'bath finish out this beautiful homestead. Col. Chat LosMdmsx. Marvsrt. At*.

ASSOCIATES: Box 77-Tel.. 01-247-3M2 74S2M4Beteonl
6631 San Juan Ave.Jacksonville. NEEDS. INCLUDING APPRAISALS RENE FAULKNER 964.5142 SUSAN FAULKNER 961.401 Mhiatoalppl 3 er OMTe

FL19o47S6.89S9 George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker *110VV.Call St. 9645764C LOU YOUNG 964-7525 BOB MATHEWS 964.728

Terry A. Galnes. CSM. Salesman ELISE JOHNS 533-2783 REX SIEMEII) 73.212C jet e.ear _ili.f fat ntf M pear cmelHe ---
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REALTY REALTOR No pets. Freshly pointed Inside. Fur. County School Board Green Cove Spr nltur. appliances, household hems
LOOKING FOR SPECIAL PIECE OF: DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK Rental Property Available nlshed or unfurnished. Enclosed front ings Orange fork, Mlddleburg and collectable, glassware old |ewerly.
PROPERTY If I don't have It, I'll find Package deal; 2" or 4" wells, water, 1 ... > BA- lake Santa F. Unfurnished. porch. 4732000. Itpd 1/31 Keystone Heights area. Will need tools etc. 473-2183 Hncbg 7/26,
It Ju.t a>k. JANE S. USHER. pump., n.w Installation of septic No pets. $400 per month. NORTH CAROLINA MTS. SUGAR MTN chauffeurs license. For application: UNICORN BOOKS AND EXCHANGE 14
REALTOR. 496.2126 or '496.2903 tank., drain fields and lift stations >U,2 BA.Gator ban Ink.. Compl.t.ly RESORT SKI LODGING. Fully-equipped P.rsonn.ldivision, CCSB Green Cove price paperbacks/trad 2 for 1. 135
eves. "Your Union County Realtor." Mobil. home poles avallabl. All condos and chalet ., TVs. behind Monitor.
furnished $400 per month and $400 Flr.r'ac. Springs, FL 284-6514 or 473.2011 EOE. Flamingo St.
8/04 tfn work guaranteed call Tommy Dor- security deposit. Close to the slopes. for 2tchg 1/24.1/31 Mon.Sat. 10-3 1/17 tfnchfl.
man 2752151. UFN 9/1 reservations. ((704)896-4546. ItFCAN _
NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal MELROSE Furnished 1 BR opt, $200 1
month and
$300 $200
per security School Board Green TRUCKS
Cloy County CARS
FOR RENT and pruning. Also firewood, oak and deposit. BR unfurnished mobile, $185 2 BR unfurnished -
pine for '01.. Call Thomas Nettles Cove Springs, Orange Park, Mid
mobile, $210. Call 475-1467. & BOATS
1 .R, 2 BA On Lak. Santa Fe. $400 per dleburg' Keystone Heights areas. For
'' 4963823. ufn 12/22 month and $400 TWO BEDROOM. 1 BATH MOBILE HOME _
security deposit.
I I' TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING ROTOTILLING Garden' seed beds Application: Personnel division, CCSB
MACHINES FOR RENT! Union County etc. George Hoyt P.O. Box 116 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY On Immokal Road. In excellent con Gr..n COY. Springs; FL 284-6514 or W7 CHEVROLET PICK UP Short wheel!
Times, 150 Main Street Lak. Butler. Brooker Fla. 32622. Phone 485-1861 Realtor,473-49tl dition. Private drl.... $200 per mo. 4732011. EOE 2tchg 1/24-1/31 bate, 6 cyl., standard transmission
Phono 496-2261 for Information TFN call after 4:30: p.m. 4-pd 6/21 tfnchg 4732566. 1/31 2tchg 2/14 radio and heater. $500 firm. 473-3962
C.O.'s. OUT OF TOWN& Save up to 1/31 FURNITURE NEEDS A FACELIFT NOTICE after 6pm. 2tchg 1/24-1/31
$80 mo. 13.000 miles a y.arl) PINES Richards Upholstery. Call 4962952. GARDEN OP EDEN Access to lake WANTEDRESPONSIBLE 1974 PLYMOUTH' DUSTER 6 cylinder
Swan. Immaculate 2 BR. 1 BA with
QUALITY LIVING. Laundry. Park.
'. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted engine. 1200. 4751773. 2tpd
Recreation Car Pools. FRIENDLY AT. INSURANCEMAINES sunroom. lovely kitchen. $325 per PARTY wanted to takeover to the Lake Region Monitor office 1/31.2/7
MOSPHERE. Reasonable. Sr 121 Lake month. No pets. 475-1678 or 475-2647. payments on Spinet Console
and advance
In writing paid In
Butler 4962366. ufn 12/13 1/10 HnchgLAKEFRONT piano Can be seen locally. Write (Include unless credit TERWULEGAR MOTORS
Is establishedwith
59 ACRES LAND 24 acr. cultivated. 35 INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. MOBILE HOME. 2 BR. 2 BA phone no.): Mr. Verbeck, Credit this office.MONITOR already Special Rates On All
acres timber. Runs across the Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978. and 1 BR cottage, .cr..n.d porch, Mgr.. P. O. Box 612. Astor FL 32002.2tcha STAFF CANNOT BE HELD If 15 Models
Olustee Creek adjoining| Columbia Complete Insurance Service. TFN. boat. dock: and "shlno. 73-4186 2tpd 1/24-1/31 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Ranger A Bronco II. Bronco $206.39 mo.;

County. Very reasonable. Rob Cour- CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Bronco II. $222.86 mo.; Ranger P-180.
son 4962248. Itpd-ufn 1/3 ;- THE TELEPHONE. $157.13 mo.: Ranger P250. $173.81
HOME FOR RENT 2 BR, 1 BH, home at F .
Classified d.adlln. Is
Tuesday noon mo.
Adults 150 SW.preferred 5th Av..$140 In Lake month.Butler __ -1 E TV/APPLIANCE RENTALS prior to Thursday publication. 1989 CONVERSIONVANS
per Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.79 LOW RATES
First and last month's rent In advance
than 10 cents for each word thereafter low Tops $375.74 mo.; High Tops.
plus security deposit. References CALL
perferred 496.3087.,2-pd 1/31 TOWN $399.64 mo..
MOBILE HOME 2 Br. 1 Bh, furnished TODAY! PERSONAL SERVICES Call Maureen Cash
mobile home on HWY 18. Brooker Rd 473.3673 .
In Worthington Springs 4962308. ufn 617 N. Temple Ave.
CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work,
1/31 Sfarke, Florida 32091 kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. FOR SALE

964-6424 Reasonable prices Call 473-4018 after
c "YES..1rou've of I"f CARPET p.m.AND VINYL tfnchg Repairs and Installations pipes and fittings. Water softeners.

NEW 3 BR. 2 BH. HOME ON SR It IN IEEEE oDNI WiR IEI EEI Al1iA Free estimates Ten years Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts.,
UNION COUNTY. Large living room experience. Call 473.4217 and ask for 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg
separate dining room and closed In '! RENT TO OWN ADMIRAL Craig. 5/17 tfnchg HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm section -
plus music,$995. Call
garage w/utlllty room country setting HANDYMANi All kinds of home repairs, organ '\
Additional mobllehom and needs. 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648
w/large oak shaded lot. repairs fix-up
call No lab too small. Minor weekends for appointment to se*. tfn
If requested plumbing
496.3939.462-3068.acreage nights 4621595. 5 18 Mo. RENT TO OWN PLAN repairs. Cleaning service. Light haul- SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-26, 2V'* miles

4-chg 1/10.31 Ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening, east of Malrose. Azaleas, 3 for $1. $9

1980 CHEVET Automatic transmission, Every $ Can Apply Toward 5/17 tfnchfl. llmlt.12/20 tfnchg
factory air. $2000. Phone 496.2625 Ownership PIM GENERAL LAWN SERVICE Mowing, 10x12 YELLOW NYLON carpet and pad,
1/24.31 raking light hauling, Call $40. TI. back print curtains and
after 5:00. 2-pd tilling.
1981 FORD ESCORT STATIONWAGON 473-7607 or 473-2409. 1/3 tfnchfl valance for two windows. Quilted
AC/HT, AM/FM Co... stereo, good ; single, bed spread to match $35 for set.
cond. excellent gas mileage. Asking L- Perfect for little girl' room. To tee cal
$4500- Phone 4962338. : Firewood 473.2210 weekdays or 473-4648
177 F-350 FORD TRUCK With metal weekends tfchg
-Split OakDelivered-. UPRIGHT STUDIO PIANO Built by
flat bed In good cond. for Info. call -
Bobby Parrlsh 4963465. 1-chg 1/31 Baldwin. Just tuned. $950 Art Wheeler
19(0 CHEVET Auto transmission factory 4732689. Itpd 1/31
sm Call Jeff 473-3468
air, $2000. Call 496.2625 after REPOSSESSED FLASHING ARROW SIGN -
5:00 pm.2-pd 1/31 Take over $29.50 monthly payment
MOBILE HOME 12 X 64 3 BR, 2 full BH, COMPLETE! Big cash discount WE
window air unfurnished, $5500. tr:
brick block floors, tile work. Call
without obligation for Inspection.
Powells 4963377. 1-pd 1/31 your
TRAILERS FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Setup rJ 473.4473.4tchg 1/10-1/31 18005513070. 1tFCANHOUSES
lot or ours.$500 down and
on your
Specializing In antiques I Hand rubbedoil
$130 per month. Phone 496-3939 or FOR SALE
finishes. Call Jackie 4732521.
4963069. 4-chg 1/31 2/21
tfnchg 1/24
BOAT REPAIRS Any type fiberglass BUILDER'S CUSTOM 3 BR, 2BA home.
HELP WANTED repair work. 6 years experience. Ed Large rooms, fireplace, screened
1.462.4383 after 4 p.m. and weekends. porch catherdral celling. Many extras.
', GOVERNMENT JOBS $15,000- 1 u 4tchfl 1/24-2/14 ll'/i mortgage 4733929. 4tpd
$50,000/yr. possible. All occupa FOR ALL YOUR ALTERATION NEEDS 1/17.2/7
tions. How to Find. Call 805-687-6000 Call Joyce 4737122. Jeans hemmed LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models to
Ext. R9999.INSTRUCTOR. rips and tears, clothes making. choose from. Send for FREE
Master's degree and .18 graduate SPEED QUEEN Route One, Box 84CF Moss, Tennessee
hours In Computer Science or related HITACHI 38575. ((615)) 2583648. 1tFCAN
area. PLUS 2 years' experience in NO CREDIT CHECKS I NO OlMMICK I NO SECURITY DEPOSITS I Call 473-3468
; computer work. Prior Industry experience --- Ask for Jeff LAND FOR SALE

put.r applications In programming;helpful.and Prefer com ZENITH COLOR. ,TV's . :..,. ,h'. .,v.,_. .'..... . . AS LOW AS $9.95,... Wk t';TrejCu ..PaJ.ntJng.Press LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake 13500.

TRAN and RPG languages. Salary: 160 ACRES NEAR 1.75 Good cropland
Based on education and experience, 12.95 PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE creek /, acre pond. Good rood .
competitive benefits. SPEED QUEEN WASHERS ., . . . . .... As Low AI Wk lawn care and maintenance.Complete $1,150 p.r acre. Excellent owner finan
\ 9 Commercial or residential. Free cing. COUNTRY RIVERS REALTY,

I Florida. Prior Stat.experience Prison. In Bachelor'sdegree. teaching LITTON MICROWAVES .,,'. . . . . . . AS LOW AS I0 95 Wk estimates 475-2197 evenings. 8/02 tfn Realtor.ItFCAN 904/497.3305 anytime.
Inmates preferred. Instruct Inmates CLOTHES NEED THAT PERSONAL ATTEN
In GED preparation In Math English, TION Call 473.7864 for Ironing ..r.
"j Science, Reading and Social Studies. We Also Carry Refrigertors Dryers, Ranges At Low Rental Prices! vices that can't be beat. Satisfaction MOBILE HOMES

j benefits Salary: $639.05 bi-weekly plus For That Football Party Come In and Check Our 2 Day Rental Priceon BABYSITTING guaranteed every IN MY time.HOME 1/10 Infants tfn and KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 BR mobile homeon

'. DEADLINE Op.n. To apply, contact Our Projection Television toddlers up to 5 years of age receive large lots. Good condition. Owner
Lak. City Community College, Rt. 7 excellent
car. Weekdays, 86. Call will finance. $13,500. 473-4220 Itchg
box 378, lake City Florida 32055, I 4737864. 1/10 tfn
((904)) 752.1822.xt.nsion 313. 3-chg STORE HOURS: 8:30: a.m. 5:30: p.m. Monday Saturday GREAT BUYI Two bedroom, 1'% bath'

11724.31 I Need Your HouseCleaned Mobile Home Excellent condition on
- - beautiful
1.5 acre wooded lot on Im-
j -- ,. ? mokalee Road, Keystone Heights.
J. 19000. Owner financed will
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Call Linda negotiate payments 473-2566. 1/24
2tchg 1/31

j Beer Wine Mixers 473-3468 LOSTFOUNDLOST


ti'; -, It's I Wise to Shop at a Homeowned I Chuck Satterwhlte. State Farm Insurance Small black longhaired dog with
I Lawrence Blvd, Keystone some white 2 miles from Gold Head
Heights. 4737272. 7/19 tfn State Park off Hwy 21 on C315.
and Homeoperated Price store. NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE Call Chuck 4733946. Itchg 1/31

Satterwhlte, State Form Insurance,

Check Our Many In-Store Specials ': Lawrence 473.7272.7/19 Blvd.tfn, Keystone Heights HOMES FOR SALE

06,1985 BIG COMMISSION SALES area Features lak. access: one acre
Health Insurance Career Top SalesPerson lot; fireplace; cath. ceiling, Insulation
In Florida Earned $100,000 In windows R-19 wall. R-22 ceiling Insulation
2 099 1984. Call Mickey Boutwell, tel no. ; range; refrlg.; and heat
i Ancient 904-351-5022 between 9 a.m. 8 5 pump; AC system; upgraded carpet
.- I 499 p.m.; Monday thru Friday.TheUrkinCrhop. and vinyl. Only $405 per mth. In-

\ Schenley eludes one acre lot and all above
l! Age Gordons I features & more Must see to believe.
Bourbon Jack Vodka Schenley I 5v MW_MM. INMU"... 10M.,. Call Ernie Summerlln 1-800-222-5253..
w aJr.sees W"1
I LTR I Daniels LTR I OFC .>, Cmvas I "; 1/242tchg 131Classified
i I -..r Black LTR 750 Regal i Ads

: 699 -, 1.75' 599 699 L maaaa 599 a Fc" Scotch ,.
I 750 I : LAKE BUTLER CBS 3 IR. 1 I1A, vinyl

II, 1 r I tile floor central heat utility room,
I MERRETTUPHOLSTERY garage, on -.cr.. Concrete

"-- driveway on paved street near
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