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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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The sun may peek out this weekend M a dry cold ,front moves In,, :, s ilk: 0 c
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Fair and dry is the prediction for Friday and Saturday Jan. 20-21, with ;.' 0.,1 )kf.I',\.:\ ,. (i yl D 0 F 3 ,. I 1 ?
a warming trend expected Sunday. 4L r
Daily high temperatures have steadily risen this week from 50 Satur {OV S4 a I v
day, 52 Sunday, 56 Monday 61 Tuesday, and 73 Wednesday. ,, 1.E .,
No measurable rain was recorded until Wednesday mornThere has } 5v t r J fiN 25
been less than an inch of measurable rainfall so far this month which has .' '

a around 50-year 100 average percent.of 5.87 inches: although the humidity has hovered \:;.'"..'.''hIJ'" '(.' ," t' ,r$ ;', The Sweetest Strawk? 1'lft '3de' f I1eq ,

1983 saw about 17 inches more rain than usual. ,Normal average Is 105th Year STARktiTFUmiDA 25 Cents Copy PKY LIBRARY

at'ound.5825inches.: 1983 rainfall, measured 75.03 inches' .1 ZStli Issue Thursday, January 19,198* '' USPSO82 7oo QF FLA., HISTORY

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: u : A decision choose a site for a new work session Jan. 9, 18 to put the prig 1
A .... ,:, ,;. T .$250,000 semi-truck driving practice 'iice range on the county fairgrounds, .
if there room..Slk Committee. '.. ..
T range for' the Bradford-Union Vo- enough I -.-
'Tech Center has been postponed until member J.R., .,(Jim) Lawson baa been
another work session, set Jam 30, searching since Alvarez's suggestion''
because! of,. the absence 'of. school.;, for a way'"to:'use,' the-fairgrounds' h'
M AZ' 5 board member Rodney Hall. > itiall Cthereby"solving.several r problems ': ;
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''rlllu&e. which :will, $ ,UP',lOme. .1?, :.At ;the, .an. o''work iessliutheschool .. '.
>1 $Cf.eS of) pavement, is being sought. asian r board was'lookinS fat any and; ':." ::1 ,
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[ alternative: td,t|e JPFA, arm, ': >, ;;;: every:jajterflatlve....Supt....Tom Casey,
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'Boardinembers'sakkhey'R'XOfe: tpput' ".'but; recommends. ,.the.. ; school. ,sfarm'ry, ; 1
; 4he 'driving'.>'ange''on'the'FFAJ' : ':,. ')'''. '1;oJ." '-1'J'...".',," <:.."....'.. '." ,\'"", ., '. _. I .
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This 2-story colonial style home built around the turn of the Plans'are to move'tdle Peek home Tuesday,,;all..24.. Johns. > ,

century is getting new life as Randy and Virginia Jean Johns figures it will take two days. The route is''up US-301;' to will '
; legislative delegation holds
Bradford County's three-man public
are moving it to a new location five blocks away. The home, ,
Washington St.. turn right on Washington and to
go Cherry 'hearing at 1.30 p.m. Tuesday Jan 24, ,in the county commission room of
built i yJiandygJohns'.' 'great-grandfather' ; Comer L. Peek, then south. on Cherry the:new iBite. Biggest Job besides the courthouse..on proposed legislation W come before the 1984 session' .' -:
will be moved to a site between Church and Cherry Strees moving the home,,will be moving tiUtY':1Y;' :: cable; and phone/;:;: ';: :Y' ;, : 0 ; ; :. 'f
and bordered by Adkins St. on the north.The new site is cables for the house to : ""- InanadWu8ementV"b&fteV lids''iseue'u tT1r; eteggtapp;:< Rep ,,' 4 ._ ',
.where.HVirginia Jean Darby Johns grew up In'a former col.:1.,,, pass : .' a 'w,' "...Frank Williams announces that tM delegation wiilhear"proposed local J *k ,'( ', : :.
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down several years ago. tHl ,' :: ,1"J stitutional amendment which bas been proposed to, appear on'the'

,', .,. November.General: .,:ctlon ballot..Jt.is.opposed by GOT. Bob Graham
t"r "\'".' and has caused concern among many city and county officials since it
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New Power Plant Superintendent nJob jit btarkeThe County Clerk Gib Brown and City Cleric Neil Tucker said they knew of ;' .-
no special legislation being sought by.the county or city commissions :,
.. y'':'' e f ", The public is invited to address the legislators on any subject. ,. ,
Starke City Commission decid- of experience in the power business in Regional Utilities system in' hr the,heating and air conditioning :' Legislators whose districts Include Bradford County;or parts of It, are
:; would be needed to operate the learn computer technology has been years. He had worked in various had missed the power business. and Dist. 21 Rep. Frank Williams D-Middleburg. ,
:;city's new computerized power plant hired as the new'power plant super- phases of the power generating and j Weldon was Introduced at the "
'in the future. visor. transmission. service. Starke City Commission- meeting 1,;.,
Therefore a man with many years Bill Weldon retired in 1979 from the Weldon said he had Joined a friend Tuesday.: night.: ; >>
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talked ''about it for years, timber company owning the land A dock wouldalsoprovide a place plus it has a good layer"of.'sand over Andrews. Looking at the 'situation. 'Sampson Trestle" Canal, but
>but Bradford County Commissioners around the trestle area, for boats to tie up while fish are being'cooked !the. concrete slabs.; Monday afternoon, commissioners. fishermen objected.: So Monday, com-
J.B. Crawfordto back to
Road Foreman missioners changed plans two
are about to do something to improve'boat on' bank commissisoners Commissioners discussed asked
putting a ft
I a to determine what, 10-foot wide slabs was decided it
lookup survey ,
ramps for fishermen. A dock which can be used by han-' pointed out. boat ramp In Cypress Run if a permit .the county owns. The"dock will be' would, cost little more to build the
dicapped to fish at 'the public boa can be obtained to deepen the run as it '
built on the side the posts are currently ramp and" commissioners,
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ramp on plan- enters the lake. is but the other ,decided that : well' be done
Planned for the Sampson Trestle ned.'This will be financed with some on if there room, on might. as .
"natural" boat landing, the Also in the plans, 'once the.water A dock was 'once' started'at' the side if I there is not enough room. J ht. .
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presently $8,000 up county goes down, is the digging:out of the the : Advice 'about'the boat'ramp' :
,commission plans to put in two 10-foot $1 fishing license which accrues to 'public ramp on Little Santa Fe Lake, There is- plenty of property on problem
I per public boat ramp at Cypress Run on of side of the boat came from fishermen Edward
wide concrete slabs and enlarge the the for such Plans but,was stopped when one roW other ramp
area.. This will be done with a county dock purposes.far the west side of Sampson Lake. The posts were in the ground because, the Christmas and M.G. McMillan who '
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parking are to enough out
I i state additional. ramp is currently under a couple of current commissioners; .think, the Commissioners had planned to talked; with the board about the problem '
$1,000 grant plus into the boat canal to allow good '
ramp feet of water and in the build 14-foot wide boat at
,parking! will be asked of Rayonier;the. fishing., : way out !lake, county; was on property owned by Guy one ramp ,' '

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Page 2A TELEGRAPH'' January 19. 1984 .



TORNADO] : \4 TALK Bradford. .,$ Dhow Good intiproyeiiieii .i : rn tl I

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by Kelll'Carver ". .,, ': .' Significant gains on mlniniumtstu: math and Grade 5 in reading, meetingthe state average Is going up only one or students for the tests to achieve
dent performance standards$ I''have goal set by local school officials of two percentage points. higher scores.
I been scored by Bradford students. ball ) at least equalling state averages on School officials were disappointedover In past years Bradford students; h*$
I Thought:'for the week.... Lenore's Harris student first council recommended sponsor areas over the previous yfear, Curriculum the minimum performance .stan their scores last year when Improved their 'test scored but
Ronney Coordinator :XucUle Payn dards. 'state average was going'upfaster.This .
I behind the region and state averagesIn
God con ut. my faith .. light another Lenore for the position. "We received Board member J.T. Parrish Mrs.
..' .told theschool'bgard ;Monday Slight' was some areas. But they were more has been a catchup year
pen. s way. -i- many applications from all over the Jan. 14Greatest. really pleased saying "That's the pleased with the gains shown this Payne pointed out.
state to fill the page positions.'Lenorewas gains were made in Grade best news I've heard tonight! .
BUS Hosts District Meeting.. one of our top applicants and we 3 students whq improved: U percentage Students in grades 3,5,8 and 10 are year.It "Last year we didn't look good com*

i, The student council will act as host will be honored to have her working points in reading gad Grade 3,5 tested on reading, writing, and math means teachers are stressing tune pared to state merd ters.rain..
for the district meeting Sat., Dec.21, with u*'.' and representing Bradford and 8 .students scored' a ,gain, of 10 and rated against the state average. damentals and teaching for the test, told school board '
at B.H.S. Student council representatives County, Grant said. percentage points In math from Oct. Most significant is that Bradford which is bad for the students, some Now the teachers are stressing fundamentals. -
from 43 high schools will be at. Lenore will serve as a page during 1982 to Oct. 1983. Grade' 3 'and '8 students this year are showing gains educators feel. But local teachers are and should,, be,, con,

tending.The activities. will consist of, a April the 1984 3 through legislative May session 30. which runs students, I eonxlled. ;7 thq. :'Lull t tateFleviel r., .11'1 8 ,.f 4 ..>:to. 'percentage, .points. "while 1 the Ins"nfo'U'aJ; [ to. '.tl,1tor., .their gratulated,.. _lOr'. '. ,t.1tMrs.Payne'\ .sard'jl"'"1 1 a+I

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general meeting which encourages Gra r \r' ; tAA i '
Dating Data.... \ tt Reading Writing, Math jr : l.I. ,ITli ;
students
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opinion pre- 1
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sent ideas they have; The Junior class is sponsoring ,1 .
any may a. 1 .
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take .
workshops that the students part Heart to Heart computer dating service .
in, and a Vendor Fair that allows fund for all students. Gel ;! 81' 93 92' 1 94 ." 97. <,!' 9Sr 92 .92) 92.' ?! i"I l,., 't I 1I l f(
raising companies the opportunity to The service is designed to tell you' t, 5 +11 ';, '.. +1 +5" C ,+1">'- -" +10. '+2' i' i i !:.,ijC t
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show their products. the 10 most compatible guys or girls. <. "'tj," ;t >.4'. .I-,' .; t4 u I..' .::''. ::1. r' ,"' ,1.) ,. f;t.o',) nlb. }.rf", ,;'
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The BHS student council is an active for you at BHS. Grade c:1.:: .' '" "' ., *Reading.* ;.1./, Writing Math '. ?

group and is certainly one all To take part you must fill out a ", :, ", District 'Region State District,, Region State j ; District Region State. ,' !;; I
BHS students can be proud of. ,questlonaire stating your interests '. S I)>!""!vearl' 85District '., i', ,'. 90' ",.87 ; ''. ,', .\ 90'' (fl'' 75 '/1' 83j: rr ilf 1".1
and favorite past times. When all the ',",I',; : .89'' ''/90I,(;1; 89' \ 91 92 92 .. '.", 85\ 1',I7'. 871' l, 't.rl"H
Pac Man Packer... \ '
filled out the Junior "I
questlonaires are Cain/Loss,r +4,'; : '. ';! +1 +4 ',' : ?+21 ,,"*}O. +1 :,t larw
As another of the many ways class will send them to the Heart to '. ,; g. i" 'I : '- "
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Heart services and the results will be k. ; .
students can earn points for the classof Grade '>tir ::;" Reading: i' ,>, 'f. Writing '. iV" Math .1',\ :
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the competition the student returned before Valentines Dayl! In 'dli, aN ? : ''j :, ,. .
year ,I
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council has created the most bizarre order for there to be more of a selec- 'r I Region, State.Dlstrlct Region. "RegionState I .. I .
one yet! tilt is entitled "Pac Man" tion everyone is encouraged to participate -, ,8 :.; 1982 :, 81' t .88' 88'. 92' '' ', T1.v .." ', ,,85- ,, "' .1.
and the object is to get as many people 1983".1.- 86 89 88 92 94 93' Vt 88 87'- -
in one square as possible. Everyone musty $1.50 in ad- Gain/Loss +11 +1 +5 +1 :+10 .' +2' .t: :,:. ::
Four squares will be drawn on the vance but are worth Itil!I ''.' I
school lawn behind the library one Will you be spending Valentines Day i..,' _. = .-- -.
for each class, and during first and second with the most compatible person on ;
lunch students can earn pointsfor your list" Brooker :' U.S. 301 SouthSTARXE

their class by packing in their .' .
classes square. Anything goes and the Smart Art... -, I '
class with the most people, in the The first semester art students are .f'
square earns the most points for their displaying their art work at the Brad- Considers 964.4642

class. ford County Public Library now ', ,
I This wild event will take place Fri., through January 24. Approximately
Jan. 27, and sounds like fun! I Show 250 pieces are on exhibit.
your class spirit by being a Packer I I 11 t Everyone is invited to go by and
view the show. The library Is open un Water Assc.
Student Statis... ''tila p.m. on Mondays,and until 5 p.m.

Lenore Welty, daughter of Mr. and Tuesdays through Fridays. I\,
Mrs. Richard Welty; has been Saturday's hours are from 9 a.m. to With only three members preSent,"'.'
selected as a page for the 1984 Florida noon. Take a break and see what the Brooker Town Council deferred actlon
Senate session. students have to offer. on joining the Florida Rural' HARDWARE STORESBi
Lenore was one of 4 selected for this Water Association (FRWA) in. a -' .
honor out of the entire, state of Current Events Quiz... meeting Tuesday, January 10. ''. .
Florida. Her work -on the Student Quill and Scroll will be administering Bi 1 :
Council, of which she is vicepresidentthis Its annual Current Events Quiz to \ I
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year,-played a large part in the all interested students. This is an opportunity Although members present ex.* ,
selection, according to the office of to test your knowledge of pressed interest in joining, a decision :
:State Sen. Bill Grant of Madison events happening both in the United was delayed until a full council could t :
which made the announcement. States and around the world. The consider action. 2 for

"Working in the Legislature is a competition is open to grades 9-12 and 1st Quality %
great opportunity to see how Sour winning could mean a scholarshipworth Ed Holben, executive director of !
government is run on a daytodaybasis $500. Deadline for signing up is FRWA, an organization of cities with '
," Lenore says. "rues., Jan. 31, {)In Mrs. Hobbs' room. less than 10,000 population, informed # 2 Pine:
Senator Grant pointed out: that No. 1604. Council of services provided, including
workshops on repair and
maintenance of equipment $ '
assistance in emergency problemsand 3.OO-I
verification of cost estimates by
II Driving Range.... group, so that small cities can -
recleve quality service with dues at a
minimal costCouncil
because it is land the school board bids are: $11,130 from Thompson ,.
already owns. Sheet Metal of Gainesville, $12,300 No
At the same time,Supt. Casey leans from Ray's Metal Works Inc. of members questioned Charges
itoward buying land on Brownlee Alachua, and $14,937 from MathewsSystemsInc.4Gainesville. Holben on seyeral points of service .
'and.cdets.of FR A,"(ndicatUig .by air 'Ii .J: '" "r", 1 1 BUJti114: > d' tl 1 7U
I Road, across the Ronnie road from Newman the vo-for ,.ra 3 ,d !I.their!'oinintmb ejbat'tuHi!Wri3tara- .No 'Deaflers ; ;:;
fa;tech posSible center futuretechool, from site, even if a lion would be given to joining at the >> ",,.

driving range is not located on it. Receive a written'report from ar next regular meeting. ',,. rw.t"'I"
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School board members seemed to chitect Dompe on what an expert on ': 1.. '
agree with Casey's thinking about a the air-conditioner at BHS says is / 't
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found. ed to work for the company which .. L .
i Some 40 acres facing Brownlee made -air-conditioner, Dompe / t .
: Road has been offered to the school said, and can fix it. "

;; board for $5,000 per acre, with adja- :: / Hidden Accommodations for Sale! '
;: cent property also available for lessj : .
Jim Duncan said
Principal the
problem
j acre but at no set price.
per
is with the duct work not the
i Other alternatives considered by .. .
unit which is working fine. Ducts have
: the school board are: four 90 degree bends where they go ,, ,.,I .(": "

i 1 .A 220-acre tract In northwest over drain pipes in the attic Duncan 'H./ :, '. i 45.,. '
said, which impedes the flow of air ; .
I Starke, available for $2,200 per acre. 'J f : '
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s making some classrooms too cold \
;t 100-acres just inside the Hampton too hot.Dompe : .'. .' I' .,' /' r J"0' {'.,
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The Keystone Airport a move that advised to board to wait for .,We're. ,hiding the r ,, -'

I would have to be approved by the the report in In an attempt the to save some but not the Savings! : .:' '\
money repairing longI.ndingproblem. : : i Ir
{owner, the town of Keystone Heights. .. ..' .. << lit 'I 0.:. ,,, ".", ., ....,
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I "I .' ": j Camp Blanding. Supt. Casey opposes ,. .1':,,
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I this, saying the range was Discuss the requests of the ,: "/ .'.'.
I located in Blanding for four years and Agriculture Department at BHS. .
: the arrangement became unworkable 4R r "'( '
Board member Judy Becker asked' ,' l.' ; ;,-
| leading to the move to the about the requests Jan. 16 and it was ./ ,,1.. ', .
Lake Butler fairgrounds where the agreed to agenda the discussion Jan. "
''I| truck driving training is being done at. 30. .

| present. Choose an attractive Queen size sofa- ;y i
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i 1 Decide which bid will be acceptedon. '' 't \ ; sleeper in traditional, Early American 'I.. :!

1 Residents Oppose... electric piano for the middle :' 4 'designs. An elegant sofa by' day, a comfortable ,' '. / ;'
school. Low bid $1,836 from Parramore .
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Residents from the ag farm area ., bed at night.. AII.are"cveredJ; In: :'{' '. "
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and from Green Acres, just north and Music Co. of Ocala. Lipham s -- :
some 800 feet from the proposed Music Co., Inc. of Ocala bid$2,156,the ,, r 'l, r easy care fabrics. Select from an'abundance y ;tS:;; .

school Brownlee board Road meetings site, have to packed oppose the the Hardy.bid preferred Supt. by Casey Music asked Director time Don to c '. ; .of. styles, fabrics and cotorjl.But ,... ::.:t"+..

driving practice range going in close'to study the bids. ,,., hurry In. this SALE can't last forever ,. ; t; a'j

their homes. and : ::
When Supt. Casey recommended ever.,1"; :

putting the driving range on the : : ; ,
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was.quick to oppose. "I'd putit .
anywhere but there," Martin i A, Traditional ,beauty: hignHghted;) lth', { t.; ..' ,.

replied belong on big. roads' ,":said s r luxurious' slagie-welf reversible. .,Mt.. ; l..:! .

one resident a retired truck driver. cushions and deep loose pttew, backs,' ,. "
Big trucks don't belong in residential F Y ; 'i .' > { )n' :
,areas,,he said. r I t k WI Arm pINs included )u. f, ;;,, :
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neg.,. ,'599.95 Now I ; ',:;'{ '.

At the Jan. 30 meeting, the':school I" '.. / .

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Decide which dust collector to buy :ed. pHtew-back. ',with. teifoMl. Wck plwl*.'{L; t54."t" t\'s.. '.
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A building program/ under way in the ,auditorium; the'stage' rau
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Bradford school system this year, the lighting and heat and air-conditioning rr
first time the district has ever'had is operating ,after 'several expen.. "' .
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thla, amount of money'' ; ditures in the$4,000 or$5,000 range. It a. "
A dozen projects are finished, nearIng still remains to convert the seats and .
completion, under way' in soma install lighting for a student testing .t
stage, or plans are drawn. A dozen area, an expensive move which has y .tI
more are on the planning board of architect been talked about for years but never, ; o I
AI Dompe. done. 5 W ." V .tI
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1480,000 is budgeted for building .Piano for the middle'school; bids 1

projects, from large to smalL Still were opened Monday night, Jan. 18, i t
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and taken under advisement. An
more projects are Included In thebudgets
of the various departments.One award Is slated for. special meeting ''
set forJan., 30. : !
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would think with all that
moneya ,
lot of things can be done. And, the '? M ', .,I, I
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,, school board and working Casey Elm,Carpeting.,, : II I It t
and his staff are on 22 pro- A. $43,200 bid was let to carpet, 54 I I
jects to be completed this year, plus elementary classrooms at $9 per ,'I
six.more. .considered' projects, for square yard for 4,464 square yards Construction. ''wellunderway' at BCII..;. '

a 984-8,, Board member Judy'Becker questioned Workers are hard at It pouring part of the footer for the new addition to the Work on the new addition started two weeks ago with (and excavation taking j
if be utilized
I the dollars could
''',.Problem' is. with the 'Bradford County \>',' up most of the time put In on'the Job so far. 1
keeping better for other and asked fora
'up. things Herecemeat l. bong poured forms set by the workers .,' ,
projects is mind bogling. Plus, Supt. guarantee that money would be left 1"lathe I' 1

Casey has to -run the day-to-day to complete the list of projects plann-- ., .,, .. Y .' '
r operation! of the,school,system, ed. Other board'members could not J
Iri understand where, Mrs. Becker was :t :

f ,And, the doesn't as far as 'coming from since the carpeting project Resolyetoplanyoiir : ,
f; money go t i\\
has been discussed times Someone
many Seci l. .
one teachers would at Bradford think. High For School Instance) are, and in the mill.Several principals and '1,;" ,', 1i : : j
an. elementary teachers- said they
crowded into email rooms not-meant '1
want the'carpet. 'J ,
for and there is '
not
regular classes '
Mrs. Becker,'\saying she has been z : Send Them :
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an extra teacher station to spare. hearing from teachers who need other ? > 'lG '
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There are heating and air :< '
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things worse carpeting a }
at the middle
school conditioning and high problems school and at Phase I dissenting vote on the carpet issue. time,beiter'. v..1 >' > ,

Df the high school that could run into"the ,: I ,,
hundreds of thousands of dollars, ',
Diann DouglasItomeEcAgent
and those kind of problems will probably In the'Planning Sager! By \ /
have to be delayed' until next Project lithe talking'stage or for January is the month for New; .r t a j

year. which plans are being drawn include:. Year's resolutions.! is traditional for'';
school board will probably. ,
have build -A new BHS science laboratory: it people to ,design' ,,a list of imi,,, q fpG9: "
to borrow $331,776 to eight was decided'Jan.' 16 to seek state provements tai.achelve'' during the! ;
new classrooms at BUS which'are ,funds after-a Dept..:'of Education official coming year and most have good intentions -';'] iz
not on the state approved list.But,the'tate Invited the,, district to ask for of reaching these goals. 77' end '
approved project list does.include new funds. It would mean faking up Unfortunately;some people lose eri-'I ,. ,::1',
administrative suite
'a new : four teacher stations to renovate thusiasm turning the course pf the!
'estimated at$120,000, and classroomsfor space for the additional science lab, year and soon, forget those New;*' '
driver education, two resource and the school simply cannot afford to Year's promises. "H'a
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'labs,'and a science lab at BHS. lose .the teacher stations, and' the' ',Often the problem is due to'the fact;?s{/, A MESSAGE OF !
i So, Supt; Casey figures, the school '
renovation would cost almost. ;' as1 'that people can't find the time 'to'
board: cap use state dollars to build much lab. these Time K
as a new devote to' goals (s' a '
the administrative suite and gain four Walkways{ at BBS estimated to, valuable resource. The way we -
{(classrooms in the space occupied by cost $10,000. a badly item but manage our time, just as the way wej) VALENTINE'S' ,DAY
I the present BHS administrative IlIitel will have to 1 e need with the manage money. plays a part in defer,,* FOR ,
state
land build the four approved BUS classroom 'and. pew administrative mining the goals we accomplish :"A
classrooms, estimated at- $166,000. suite plans. Time is the only resource which Wall *
'That would give a total of seven new size So. 3.00, 'I
Two 44-paSsenger, 'regular share equally-24 hours per day. ) ALL FOR
r BHS' classrooms, but would mean' lest'debt school buses.'The school board's goal it is a good Idea Jo mak ',,th, most M)[" \ I
local debt service the. is to halve no bus on the road older .your'twne. ''This New Year "ne's Me sage.upjo', words) and enter ,special' person's name In :'
't the ( 15$, your
[(superintendent explainedfTsuptCasey !,. U aI\"IO '" ,but that Is difficult t"lhain p make time' management: : :, : ,
._- .... NkhooIboant-m-emb: : ; *iw-.. _:is b.a ,.h nf'j 'P WhYjO, ;}''aw\m\'!!rtO-be, etd:IIed Feb: 8 for a chance-to ( Srj2''
a at Brooker El mie :. ,
[t;: sees Wy&f& m I estimated at 150000. Supt. Casey ;;;p OIlS derrrres v inn' o ,ulr" vdiN: +z p rA + t "tir' a ''' 'i. I ;
scare, of needs all over the 'r irfESr
myriad
first listed $210,000 from a local loan log, : VALENTINE
strict, and 1985'as the to concentrate .
year for the BE cafeteria but when it .;11 .
on' Bradford.High. Primary tame In lower he decided to scrounge Give yourtelf: ( 10 'or 20. minute*.
objective at BUS Phase return the money from the budget DOE' approval 'everyday to sort out what happened to f ., Two
crowded spaces in and Phase on the plans is expected: shortly your time during the day. This will /f. < Dinner For
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III to the, intended use when" .' constructed but the new budget year will arrive help identify problem areas that need ... ., .,

:.- before this project is completed.Walkways attention, ,'I' if < Special memento of the occasion; '- the object: of your
at Elementary time plan to help.yoUkeep "
+ Hampton a
Design
Status.Report... : :'on the list;but no plans yet. a schedule.Few people can keep i '\ \, ,.,fit,, 'affections will'' Yeceive; -a FLORAL BOUQUET from a
completed include: track Coach and activities in ...
Projects Resurface BHS : track of plans their ;; local florist.
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Hampton Elementary'cafetorlum, George Loper doesn't want to inter- heads, so put it down on paper. ; .'. ,,, '
$207,OOO. except for payment to, the rupt his season,.so the project .hasveep Make and use a/'Things, To. Do"'
contractor liquidated damages! .temporarily shelved. list each day. "
withheld! for late completion: Carry a .calendar ,and'notebook' Make This Valentine's DayOne ; "
-County-wide' asbestos removal,; with you all the time. Use them for ; '

130,000.. paid for by state funds. In the ... listing tasks to be completed, appoint- 0, (
-Re-roofing at Bradford High andBradford Future. ments and shopping needs.
Middle School Projects not expected to be completedthis Learn to say 'no." This will allow to Remember! $
34-passenger minl-buses, puix budget year but which' are on ttw you to guard ,yourself against"par'', ,
'. chased and in use.:' list for 1985 or later.,all at Bradford ticipatlng in activities for which you @
t; An IBM computer for the vo-tectt High:' .don t have time. 'u ",''" ,;II Q
""" Idea is '- rand air-conditioning improvement Deadline '
to
school has been delivered.; Heating Don't let unplanned activities take .: Messages,
get information to DOE quickly from for Phase; I. up your time Unexpected phone calls ,
vo-tech centers all over the state, Agriculture farm program improvement or visitors are time wasters. ." :: MONDAY FEBRUARY ,6'' 5:00: p.m.
,.all to be financed.from I
Wearing completion fay money front,cutting timber. Some 80 4 :, 'Drawing Wednesday, February B
of trees the farm are : ,
Purchase ,of', county-wide fur: acres pine on ;
". niture.Southside. mature, and should net the' board '.r, Messa printed Thursday February 9 '
,+ Elementary' re-roofing some $80,000" for the ag farm/and
project. The wet weather has'limited other, sources. ....*. : >' ,,>.,*-. : .
S3 but workr ,The interior classroom: space jn of Center, Into (
:';'progress on the project : Bats ai* th: only ,malo.-pr.dator.: of.f -fSend! message, name person .
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I and referred to above.
under There .have not been Phases
<&:' is two dry way.days .in' a row. "ovek! the Portable classrooms", if needed to.provide too/toys Ighl-flylna'tnfMti International, and Wlldllf lh.y rn maeatin good pi I If is f i, ':''contest: and checl, fpp 3.00 tP? QY:! '

,,holidays cafeteria roof to complete, but the company work on plans'' the* -Purchase more, of inst.nJctJonal8paC8T land. for+.a future A gray l>at may consum 3.000 or r.slngl I :,:' ; ':,; BRADfORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH '

: .,to architect work over Dompe the weekend reported if',It Monday is dry;;' school tech's. practice site,", whether truck\driving,or"not1 range Uxe'vo is. 4 mor iln'gl f fn..cov.cta during of fr.al'ecI a night'| bat feeding In Io; and\\* \{ '" :'.',. P.O. Drawer 'A, Starke, FL 32 91' 9 '

located on it'The board has been offered : may vet $00,000 pound. of swell InloKII ,
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5:00
J Lawtey.Jan..16.:0 Elementary heating: : and land- 'owned. by Ronnie, nightly' .*.,....d"" Don't, :Forget -. Deadline, ; Monday, February; 6at; .,ri1..
,i airconditioning.A ., Newman, across Brownlee Road < ,
inistration'vault fl'ODtbe .tech'center at ..000 _
county In? 'V per M < '
eluded In'' the superintendent's: acre. Alocal 'Ioan\wta have,to be -- ..Ir..fefoft.rolcwn4acouroulw. lol ....
bucflflct' 1 'made should the board decide. to purchase :'r : Nsti fillets I ;,
'' ''diesel t buses and : build the JU S' ,I : 'FISH. Rl s ilafural cuf{
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!:,:/, AHft for; the large \ land > bench tales.
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alraady ordered.. / I. ta'ft'' ,
, -Refrigeration units for the middle To make an impact the board would FOR $ 'and2southernarylehush'ciy
i 'school cafetorium ordered and pup, 'have to borrow close: to its maximum, 6' aR. '1 1.50 '

! ,\ -chase approved... ? 25' percent, of. ,Us oJ local funds," or a siafood' lace fNtvaver; CatainicLvmncowoNHfliiBnanHii' ,D's' ,
project $250.000 for 5 years. Question Is if the <1
I .-County-wide" computer ,Nolgondwlthanrosnrm.awl\ ,
, : /, purchase approved and :equipment'': :Ijso.oeo, per< 'year" repayment would .. 'J' jrnopatI vor.YQCaato' agree HttMNafoidpliet e '
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'.' ., ',:;c.' .I }'A', ," 4s. .. ', 1 k;:JO*the season of colds:, cTpUgha,and sore tient of all pain and distress but removes '
0'' '-throat. '. rli the causes from the entire system in less

"""N"Y""'w '' ; '' ,. ,, ':tit is also(the season of se1doc'terh i k for T time than any other treatment known;
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those who feel too bad for normal work!and without taking a single dose of medicine by
Use of '
Fairgrounds8"A i yrY t mouth into the stomach Dr. Van
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play,but not bad enough to visit the doctor,
Eideren. Specialist and Hypodermatlst
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F.yeCY Or : ? .used to be called "patent medicines" and: '
,.. ? are now known as OTCs (over the counted Then there are the dramatic
.. testimonials of those who said they had
.remedlea"Besldes such things as aspirin
'j real tough nut to crack, the problem The fairgrounds "site. would solve ghSTUP. and throat sprays OTCs also benefitted from the remedies and wen

' of'where' to put the new $250,000. semi- several problems: include, :countless other nostrums in- Y willing to let their names be used in advert
I truck driving eluding sleeping, aids, hemorrhoid'nm r h tisements perhaps In,exchange for a fret '
range. ...The area between US-3,0{ and the res, mouthwash medicated sham- r bottle of the cure-all. '

t School board members are in a railroad tracks I is' already noisy'' with ;.poos-'vitamins footpowders,, and, pain' \ \ Patent medicine ads, though not large,

U pickle. Every place suggested, either traffic. Maybe, the, big diesels, shifting relief Items. were cleverly designed with illustrationsand

J side of the school's agriculture farm or gears and revving up wouldn't be an additional According to a new handbook for YorU Pormn"mtCnreeiPARALYSIS; catchy headlines such as: WORLD TO

J on the north side of Brownlee Road irritant at the fairgrounds. ,laymen, "Tha Essential 'Guide( to Non- DROPSY END THIS YEARI I The small print under .' ,
RHEUMATISMIIEURAlOIA. the head went on to say this was "accori
prttcrlptlon Drug, roughly one-third of
the
across from vo-tech center has
.There would be for the ding to a forecast yet, while there are a
drawn from residents who .. pavement OTCs are considered both safe and effec- w.Mak a Com plot.8,Mtm of
protests midway at 'the county fair, a welcome' tive, one-third are deemed unsafe and/or few who believe it,'many more thousands
don't want the noise of the trucks AGHETIG SHIELDS that Hosteller's Stomach Bitters Is
big from the mud of recent uneffective,. and the final third might be know
change years.
shifting gears. and revving up in their helpful and safe but the jury Is still out. ""._.........."'* _'"'.,...;.you.nl tfcto.d_ the best medicine for kidney trouble."

neighborhood.Board -Use of,the fairgrounds for this purpose ," Not 'to' be measured, of course, Is the Another eye-catching ad warned:

members are reluctant to run would also provide ah opportunity psychological benefit that might be gained medicine healersof
by thV'sufferer". from The ingenious patent
the mere fact that "DON'T TOBACCO SPIT Or
the driving range over the residents, let to make use of the abandoned Civil he has."taken something" for his ailment that day came up with an astounding array Your.Life'Away" is the truthful Smoke

they must find a place. If all else falls, Defense building, which is now sitting and therefore expects to get better. The of cure-alls with which to combat these title of a book about No-To-Bac startling, the I

the school board will no doubt vote to idle and deteriorating as all buildings do possible beneficial effects of Such placeboswas malicious maladies. It is easier to unders-the harmless, guaranteed tobacco habit cure ;1)

place the driving range on the FFA without benefit. of heating or air condi sometimes demonstrated by giving a tand how our forebears survived survived doctoring that braces up, nicontlnized nerves '
farm. tioning. .patient-.sugar-08ted pills which had no ailments than how they eliminates nicotine poison and makes ;
medical value but made themselves with such preparations as BBB
him
or her "feel weak
men gain strength vigor
and
Supt. Tom Casey has recommendedthe better" because of having ,taken (I(Botanic Blood Balm)Land PPP (Prickly manhood.'* >\;
...The fairground is in close proximityto something believed to be medicated. Ash Poke Root, and Potassium), to say
school farm, preferring to locate the the vo-tech center, second only to the nothing of Bile Biscuits Electric Bitters Even as late as 1910, patent medicine \
i driving range on property owned by the Newman from the vo-: Patent medicines, or OTCs. are nothing Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root Aromatic Ex- ads were a prominent part of daily and :
I f school board. Residents around the ag property'across new, as may be seen by thumbing throughold tract of Blackberry and Rhubarb. Taylor's weekly newspapers. Lydia Pinkham was ';
farm want the located anywhere tech center. But residents have pro-' copies of yellowed newspapers printed Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and looked upon as patron saint by many ear ,
range tested the Newman property for .the many years ago. Only, the names have Mullein, Foley's Honey and Tar Mexican ly publishers. This graphic ad, from 'a
I but there, however, pointing out they driving range. changed: The extravagant; claims of Mustang Liniment and DeWitt's Little Telegraph/ of 75 years ago, deals with the i
moved out to the school farm area curative, powers are the same-although Early Riser Pills for liver and bowels. Of age old problem of "chronic constipation"in
I i because it is a quiet place to live. ..;;The $250,000 is a. state grant: If the, 'present-day language used in describing course if the reaction from this dosagewas no uncertain terms:
ranga can be located to kill more than their benefits is not as colorful or exag-. too drastic, they could always gain
bowels'
L t Meeting Jan. 9, the school board gerated as that of the past. Huckleberry Cordial "When the are uncomfortable
solace from Dr. Bigger's
bird with a single move not do
j one why and you miss that fine feeling of exhillra-
listened to every alternative, including it. The fairgrounds belongs to the Fair ". If you're wondering what our great- which was guaranteed make you tion which follows a copious morning ,

suggestions of Camp Blanding, the' Association which is the public. ? grandparents did for evening entertain- ,forget all your ailments after the second operation you should put a small quantity !
Keystone Heights airport, a site at- ment in the days before television and bottle of Simmon's Red Liver Regulator (the

Hampton, Ronnie Newman's property ...Perhaps the Fair Association boardof ,,movies they could hate whiled away those powder form) on the tongue and wash It' '

across Edwards Road from the vo-tech directors would help out with some the hours reading medicine the dramatic ads. testimonials' in Quack doctors had no hesitancy in down with a little water. It overcomes the
patent advertising their services in those days tendency to chronic constipation, relieves
center.. planning of its own. The fair board is not
without funds. Legend would have us believe that'our''forebears and such messages as this from a 1900 a bloating feeling in the abdomen,
And, ag advisor Greg Alvarez suggested were made of sturdier stuff than issue of The Telegraph, were often found sweetens the breath and promotes vigor;

the Bradford County the pampered generations of our time but sprinkled among the,patent..medicine ads:: of body, mental alertness, and 'cheerful"/

fairgrounds. If there is space enough to This'problem seems a prime target at judging by the ailments described in the spirits. Large package 100." ..
medicine
patent ads of the 1880s it
1 make the' half-mile straight-a-way required which to aim our collective heads. Why this belief may be a myth. If they, seems were Who could resist a,bargain like that? i

to shift gears. It probably will re not build the driving range where it can such a hardy tribe why were the medical TO THE PUBLIC But appareptly those seeking quick and, .

quire purchasing four or five acres of be of most benefit to as many aspects of quacks of that era seeking to cure them of "Having decided to remain for a while at easy remedies for troublesome ailments,
land. the community as possible? such fearsome ailments as scorfula tetter; my home on the Sanderson Road near are just as gullible today 'as they were, 1
salt rheum, gravel running sores chil- Starke I would like to have those who are "way back when.' The language of the
t bains,St. Vitus Dance, Incipient Consump- in feeble health of mind or body to consult curative claims may be somewhat more _
1 tion. Barber's< Itch, Scald Head, and me free of charge. They will be made acquainted subtle today but the promises are just as I
something simply described as f'the hor with my Marvelous Medical persuasive, fudging by the$8 billion worth :

I; Long Entertainment nt, : 'f :' rors.'.' Discovery, which not only relieves a pa- of OTC sales expected this year. ,.



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it was an entertaining media event Sunday's known much; more to the knowledgable TV audience on a I 6 s \"f .lt"; '\\"I\lt;" 1 e ,'.i o notn. ,1 t" .";;,,";'''''''' ,'. ?
; eight-Democratic, candidate : t.'I/-'I
presidential: howi.\ 'B'
\ *eD 'oftrt !. Itflp: iO: enlCJ ..
panel but did it do the Job of voters issues than had been suspecf -. : B IL; ltl. ,:. 1Vl .
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1 as to the best nominee for the party, nextNovember's already recognized whereAs lie r t !IJ <\ qA IIt"i "? ,1 1.1'f: ,
election? serious and thougbUul candidate with experience / ; \ The Weatherization Program, providing materials and labor at no cost to the''' I, "
in government, field his own'but suffered from ": xtreme : for his '
recipient or her home as'funds will permit, is Still
While the format of this non-debate may have' lack of.time to get'his ideas across'due tothe, t '. told se ) operating'in Bradfor4County according to'the' Suwannee River Economic
,
in ,\
thrown some light on the personalities of the competing media's obsession with 'o1trunners"! t Council., '
Democrats, it did little to illuminate the 'J4 ; '
'ff Classroom
issues of the campaign. TV fell into its usual pat. for' Mr. Mondale, aome'analysts think be i 1 Priorities are given to the elderly and those with the lowest Income,and/or
tern of trying to cover too much in too little time in this media event, while others think h., > /, those whose homes are in most need of weatherization. Proof of income for the'
and it was a rat race from one question to another might have lost in the confrontation with Glenri. 1 entire family and proof of ownership must accompany the application. Tax'
with little or no follow up on any.issue raised no Certainly,' he seemed to fan into the unlimited- Editor;''Telegraph;: receipt for the land and/or trailer title or tag registration will be accepted Ren-

matter how important.The promises syndrome, so popular with candidates of lam writing to you about theunbearable tat property may also be considered, with written 'permission of the
both parties, saying "I will do" this that, and the cold conditions in one building at Bradford landlord/owner: ; .

first half of the three-hour show was more other with no qualification that some of his objectives High School Every morning the air conditioner The weatherization program can repair or replace windows, doors, broken

manageable under the direction of anchorman might require help from Congress. :Such : is on In the Phase 1 building English panes of glass, seal and/or caulk cracks, patch holes In floors, ceilings exterior
Ted Koppel, but the last half degenerated into a overstatements are in the category of Ronald'Reagan'a and Social Studies. This is even when it is walls or patch and/or kool-seal roofs, to'keep,air out of the home. The "
'name-calling match between so-called<< front run campaign assurances that "I will- below 50 degrees outside and just about as Weatherization
Program cannot be used
the J
r for of
repair or replacement steps,
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ners Walter Mondale and John Glenn, egged on by balance the budget' and eliminate deficit financing. cold inside....., porches or screens/ "
TV showman Phil Donahue. Can'we imagine the Yet, no matter how often the voters are disap-
famed Lincoln-Douglas debate of Civil War times pointed they seem to quickly forget and become''' How are we expected to learn in such Any eligible person who would benefit from this program may apply at the ."
being emceed in this flippant manner? Such receptive to the next set of grandiose promises, if abominable conditions? 1 thought that the Outreach Center at 136 Temple Avenue adjoining the old county courthouse .
.
capers may be suited to a morning talk show, but uttered with conviction and appropriate gestures; air conditioning, and heating system\ in ., .in Starke and fill out an application or call 964- 696. ,'. .
not to a panel composed of candidates for presi- schools was designed to create a learning
Senator Hart and others of the "minor league" '
dent of the United States. They deserve a bit more candidates ,warned Mondale 'and Glenn about atmosphere; : ;.'..:*P ,
deferential and dignified treatment.The time'on divisive infighting,.when/ they ,feA;'; very cold student '
>.;
most disappointing factor was that the production should using their precious) tune in pointing out | at Bradford High'

fell once again into the news media syn- flaws of the present at administration. If such! tactics Dear "Ye Coid.:>, ? ., ., .. L :

drome of showerin most of the time and attentionon persist among' top .Democratic<'candidates; ;. The Telegraph contacted Principal Dun-. Forestry in .Bradford County

"front runners' rather than alloting each can- Senator Hart might prove, lobe' right in his warn-, can at BHS; who says the' problem fa not David *, .
didate approximately the same opportunity to get ing that in-party'' in-fighting might*ultimately( because thq air conditioning on,, but By W.Norton ;
his message across to the millions watching the work to the benefit of President: Reagan if he the' because the air flow the ,j
fact becomes a candidate as expecteatln his late through ducts In One hundred and twelve years ago.. in transpiration-theproces*,.of ..releasing
TV ,
spectacle. : this building Is inadequate to carry sufficient Nebraska Arbor .Day had its beginning. moisture through leaves and needles into
As it was too much time was wasted on finger- January announcement.'r' heat to some rooms on severely cold .On Jan.4, 1872, Sterling Norton a memberof surrounding air. On a hot day a young tree' ,:
shaking charges of "gobbledegook" and Perhaps Sunday';*,ah W,fa.a'preliminary, Introductory days. He says that'school officials and the State Board of Agriculture',and later .can transpire several tons of.water. That ;
"baloney" between Glenn and Mondale which ad- event had.somemerit-But when the board members are not unaware of or lg-> Governor, introduced and secured 'the evaporation can produce the same cooling! ,
ded nothing to 'the stature of either man, and race becomes one on-one j';'affe J?;eaph'p f>,arty! has ,poring-this but, unfortunately adoption of the following resolution:i!"that' effect as 10...air, conditioners'runnina 20 )
nothing to illuminating the vast audience who nominated Its man, let us hope to have a real confrontation 'there is no Buick solution, since it will apparently Wednesday'. the tenth day of April 1872, be- hours causing the air to be as much as 20
listened in the hope of being informed rather than in the time-honored tradiuoavof,a'ge"\ require pew duct work in the ceiling especially set apart, and 'consecrate to degrees cooler under the trees) 4
Utill tea It should be said that in this sharp ex nuine debate of the Issues. *W to obtain; an'equal. distribution of.heat tree planting in the state of Nebraska and
chan' a Glenn managed to maintain a .more"presidential" --""'"' """" in the building.; "': the State Board, of Agriculture hereby Trees purify water;protect water-sheds f
manner than Mr. Mondale: 4 h: Mr. Duncan thaffthe 'ichool atcbitect 'name it 'Arbor Day'." control erosion and conserve sotl-'Trees\ ,
says ; cushioning the Impact of rainfall forest
But due to the souped-up format there was little Clockedfit; Is scheduled.to make! a'"technical 1 1',"". Statewide,publicity was given'the occa-; .floors, regulate water flow, to provide avital
opportunity for more than superficial mention of \ report at the January 30r School Board .'*ion, and more than a million trees were link in the earth's water system.
such important issues as Senator Cranston's pro. ; ; meeting on what wllIbe'regtdred.to correct -, planted on the first Arbor Day Thereafter" '
I duce noise.Solid. belts,
,Trees
posal for an anti-nuclear plank in the Democratic z x &Mzmmwifitrtif.wThe the problem the Arbor Day'tradition spread until ; highway
ap-
platform or former Florida Governor Reubin weakness of the freeswinging format o/| : ,; ,,'$. ;Ii!iM {I1J'& PfO{ imately two-thirds of the states, have of trees,, with ,shrub' tow, plantings, may,
Askew's attack on' the billions of. ''dollars Sunday's presidential 'candidate panel show, ChambezpWan>3ger ..., passed laws or resolutions:providing for reduce noise lip'to ?50 percent\ along
squandered annually on criminally wasteful :, as opposed to the more formal debate style is? Welcomes.Challenge 'u" ,I.... "the; observance of,Arbor. DayTh citizens highways ,and !in_residential I areas/(
defense contracts and cost overruns' Such matters the amount ot time each candidate:; .of ''Florida had their 'first Real of the
manage Of. 1984 unnoted in the haste to to to wangle on th*TV scjeetu'Some ? ceiebratiorCin'1880., "
went almost get on : In"1945, the Florida best reasons to plant good trees' la to in*",
the next question. Consequently nothing- was fully" of tiie Wjfdidatfs' qjualrna about Dear Editors ff' '"'' Legistature adopted'Ute"third Friday in'' crease the value and sales appeal of our: ,

explored. t ." the freestyle debate In.which they of ten lnter-| behali nt -t sit AvC'rnbfslfOrt'the : ; .'!'-j January Florida's official-Arbor Day. homes.. ;;*'J
Senator tupted eaclt father, allowihtf< On the Jpard [ On January 20;: why don't you join in the' 14.
For I instance; Cranston one of the can- :* < s to the lower ranks more time than otnefOn tlmihcontroUed, Chamber of Commerce myself I 97th Arbor Day celebration by planting a landscape '
didates the media has relegated : scape planWhether,professional -,
would like 'tOI Lank the ,BradfordTelegraph ,
of dark horses in the race said that if elected he ,. *formal format. This waif jssjiecanj:;eydtmt in: : : Jtreet. architect: nurseryman) 0-:
the
would Immediately caU for a unilateral halt by the ,.,.the secolld'half.olthe-ier.m'' t bandled, by Commeree.lClllM4..1 publishing feel Chamber that doing of, Trees, not buildings; are, the beat' homeowner places the tree it is best to:,
VS., on the testing and deployment of nuclear Phil Donahue. 'I11. 1"l. IJk'.tio p lIty ". by measure of civilized of; ',plan-the overall plantsstg''flrst so:as to,
so shown the citizens of
weapons. Such a moratorium could be. easily started put in 'hip'I, wi Ii wangeu', '- ford you have the Brad- .Ume. history' and ,'contlnuity' are, avoid costly moving and ether mMakes.
County the objectives! of Chamber
monitored via satellites Senator Cranston said;; pointing mamW;<>badg rW thc&candidateslfor ; It also ,.j I 1 o demonstrated in.a .community in .which We should r emensr:that trees arc'a Uv*<

and if Russia did not follow suit the U.S. could Immediately -. quick. machioe<,re'"'' 'regularly-' big Investment that increase In value,cofttinuaUy > -. I
resume testing and deployment.''But onto, the next questtts. 'iI 7 \ are carried these, } if properly placed and eared forWhy :-
out goals
such an Initiative by,the U.S. should serve as a, Askew's campaign "managers''expressed! havebeen'ac' but .R'II, ;Those sections of air community where don't you add to the beauty, your;
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break-through In the senseless proliferation monitored of concern before the debate thatthe front run: responsibility,, .I '"." mt I.t.K, oW ts'eeIJ'dO' survive ana the pride of our'' community bv;, ,ptantlnga. : tree thJsyoer.
nuclear arms, the candidate said. A be ners might get more than their share of time| CG, m Urt town,'Areas that are rich in trees have a'- V I
would '
moratorium on testing and deployment which in- unless the contest was carefully'Controlled, goals and set.new qaa for the future.; character' .all their gown of which. the.' ;Teacher! 'Elected
step toward that goal polls 1 '
an opening rf H 4' ''
and what '
that Is be
just happened. citizens '
dicate .Is desired by a majority of Americans. As Von, stated1uttime 14{ ''ripe Ed et': may justly proud. To'Fda atIOtrppst: : ,1 >',
gained'advantage In Mondale was clocked for a total or just over j with it- -and \ 1S.Jie tfl\1f' Most structures can become: visually fee, ,
'Which of the candidates 28 mlnutes\JackilOn1; who has moved up In with.t"| thiramber .rr.-.Ir ', eeptabte hi the landscape with Ute proper J Anna HaUman;:Bradford'Wgh:
Sunday's program?No one,la terms of a clear-cut some polls' to econa: position;'racked) up 22 I 'f#""Mtc .ooex.r' use of trees to frame and balance them; SchoolroretlD, ";tainggag t'!: teacher
victory such as Kennedy's over Nixon in their; 4 minutes; Glenn scored 18.5; Cranston 16.9: 139fa;;;-BradtordGio.ygofCQ4taufJ Is 'rare to!find a structure that Is' self- ,IbM been elected aecrtsrwrydttirsateet':
hard-hitting ''debate. The format used Sunday: Hart, 15.1; Holdings15' ;,McGovernK13.2and'aiid.' ,: : 11\\ 'sufficient without the proper JDM oJ1 natural. of the American 'AssochHi'of: '
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which stressed entertainment rather than sNia '''.! Spanish" Portiiww ,
Askew only 125. ,. vegetation! i .' : Tochers and :; -
made a definite wfnner.impoeslhi.Sen. .\ "
enlightenment
Gary Hart and Jesse Jackson gained t .In addition to tlies'aerIpdceiioaa'f.\ ,itas9. ri 1: ;Mailman two-year will"term be f x Ac', :

Brownie points by' making themselves better For Me6'1I i having :trees, there *re. also some Wary' ,' ad ha may! acgvlJ. N tint ..
Demo tee' practical ones.,Trees may be J'IIf.-red Ise"4as '
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I ...'Tuesday'ja n.' p. a r1 J tecti .ateaaj) .l :,
forquaUfyinaava) ,from extremes of wtao, {Mat, cow, jflare. "
ford County e Commi eeF' a "and drought. "
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precinct '
>,' 'Trees silo purify.# .ii" i ,
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: era Fall, itopped,, flowing 'foi almost 'thlrty" hours oi 'M'' 4,; theromraitMk..1'! tiiIl' Trees ,!ff .. 'w sews-aw i

'..)%"', ( .::1848. due to th. tons of ice ,jamming ifi" tirer's'.ntranee'neat'"Butfato.. '! !'. .:' ,"".- :-';, Supervisor, .of elections.., ..I 34 ice._ ,cool and humidify, .'the"air through. year .' ;

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% Woman's Club I 41.Aris & Grafts' Program
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/i' the Starke Woman's Club wad the pots of African violetsCotton print Mrs. Fay Andrews, Mrs. Nancy
..','"scene' of an' exhibit\ of lovely l in- cloth flowers: were placed at intervals '. Roberts and Mr*. Aurelia' Byrd

.Uresting( arts and 'ctafta at "the1 in agarlandofivydowntheapeakex'a, <' received awards from' the club,-for '
Muncheon-hieeting of the club on table "r' their outstanding work. Members and

Wednesday! Jan. 11,.-4t I2noon.ti MrS. Betty Young, president, conducted
Mrs. F.E. Ahrhart, chairman and the guests were friends are lookind'forwerd to, Mrs.
'Mrs: Earle Kraft, Co-chairman, were ''introduced by members: Mrs MargeCarlisle.EdudadonalChairman Marion Conner's Monodrama presentation.
Irt Charge of the display: handmade ; introduced .' "Truly Emily 'Post* ?; and

,! .'items including needlepoint,crochet, Miss Lynda Steele; Directorof < brunch which will be on Jatfj 19 M 10'
.., 'knitted articles, hand sewn articles the Starka: Health and Fitness a.m.1n the club how ie. Future events
portraits, seascapes and ,'pictures. Center, who spoke on the variety of. '
e 1t.'r "'", ."':'"The display covered the front,of:the activities, and uses the center offers, of the dub will include boating the

fir "{stage and Christmas tree,skirts were and how they /conducted./ 'Mrs. District. President's Council Jan. 23;
attached to the stage'curtitin.. .Carlisle also Introduced Miss Kelliene Valentine'Bridge luncheon Feb. 14;'
'"\Mrs. Ahrhart and, Mrs. Kraft' Ann Baldwin' who' has'received the
'\ Dinner Theatre beginning Feb. 24;
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:, :. i ) ., assisted by hostesses served a tasty HOBY Hugh O'Brlen'Youth Leader'Ship and Antique and Collectible Show;
'''' n 7 .. :t .t : '.salad ourse'Dinlng.tablelfwent' at scholarship .sponsored by the March UH8.Baptist' .

.-- ....,...., -......-.. al.. ........ p ,1,11I"1'.J", "r 1'0)Fry)it f' tractive with white lace1,doilies' and ',Woman's Club..approaching ,
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Members added to ERA club..., ,- :, -. .':>0/ Engagements'Mlsch.U '
."Ms. ,Susaii Faulkner, owner and' manager of ERA' consecutive year. Mrs.,Faulkner also iaaida listing inf. .1 ,. ,marriage of their Church':,in Starkewith at
Faulkner Realty proud to announce the membership ventory of over $2 million In 1983. : .', ,. daughter,Tamara to Kevin Neel son reception following 'in the church-
of two associates In ERA'S 1984 Million Dollar Club. Lucille Spry became a member for her first year after. ,. Clemons.'Joh'n of Mr. and Mrs.' Donald E, Neel! of ,Fellowship Hall. < -t 1 I
i'Irene Faulkner has been In real estate sales In the d six years In sales and had the highest listing Inventory, ,Starke, ,All friends and relatives are, invitedto
Area for over Hi.years and Joins the club for her,third ,for ERA Faulkner: Realty In 198J with over,IZ. million.,",''r Griff The wedding is planned for Saturday attend.' ,
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Grill Missing from Hospital Auxiliary Fair : '-[f. and i.Mr. Mrs. Roy' .'R.' Clemons ,of't ''. .' 'I; ..:;.... ,",' .; ;.
; $urke announce the engagement and. 11" ,
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; f Mischell, to John Gregory '

-U11i II be Needed Before'Xpril' 4 q s dater! of Mrs. Carolyn, Griff"' ..:- ,:QUICK! JOIN \ ,
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At the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary .knowing,'of the.>whereabouts .of the'1 Mrs. Reddish ,announced Wtlma- ,,;at, 7 p.m.. in Fellowship. Baptist. ," THE NEWWATCHERS',. "\' .,
dinner-meeting Monday night at the' 'grill please? 'contact president Ada-, Jean T rry-wiU be Fait,booth chair,", .'.'Church" in Raifordi,,"1' '; /"'<., I',0 '
W stem' Steer Steak House ie' was Reddish: man tagainthis ''Ye.ar. >and .Lillian," All friends and relatives of the cou-( : :>:
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noted We miss ing.,large gas grill from burr the program Judy Moore lie Stump wilt M finance chairman;; :' Auxiliary FeW booth Is still missing Lynda Steele, acting direc- '" ,-, W"EI'GH' T' '
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assistant '
and will be nee ded, before the Fair ,tor of the Bradford Hospital Fitness'; Judy Moore, Hospital administrator aTnmara'Dabbs'r! '.' I "::1,,;:: ',t'II:'" '" '...' .,"r" ,
the. ,
gave an update on '
on 4. Center who ''Stress'Management' < :. 1
opens April 'spoke
The: harnburgerbooth at the Fair" l is, '., its symptoms on and progress being ,made, on the, news ., Kevin' .Noel, "t', ': ;'. _,,,,:p"'\ :""3.I" '\.' ;'
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hospital building ToldMr } \t'' I'r' '
one of the largest'inoney-iriaking pro- how to deal with it. She pointed out t Engagement > I'
jects of.the Auxilliary( for ,its large' that a Weight' Management ;.class. '* ( J ,>>', : :J8\ 'I :
philanthropic, donations, to .the opened Jan. 17: and :a Nutritional', Attending'jltie' meeting, :were'members & :and Mrs.:H.T.. Dab' d Albany t i, > : j :" ",

hospital:"and, :community.: Anyone1\ Cooking Class will! open Jan.,26 ,and four guests. ; ,"t 5.Ga. announce the enaagement'.andui: _.. .. QUICKSTART, _, ':h.t, i. ", ''' '. ;'
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eyent: of Jan. 28, hiss been feted at on Water street. elect, and Mrs. Alice bou the prospective hr, "4 Mow the leader in safe,
several parties recently. -Games with prizes were' played. during Keystone Heights, mother of ot J sensible weight loss
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for Miss McRae by Mrs. Lee Smith refreshment table was covered In the
HL and Mrs. Gatry Norman ,of ?,,with a lace cloth and centered with a ,On Saturday night,Jan.14,betweenthe o I w' very Rntweeks,
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t ,ble wall covered with a laceAJoth. Th.e _.__. erred.andceiflB'AedhWht9: ;!(!IoJ gcalttd ItWuY.f4ill\ftU'l.hll aor..a _. at Mj.Raymon 11"mtJ: !.,J..I1I1 .. '
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inoree with set of and as The refreshment table was covered honoree's 'aunt,, Mrs. Raleigh ,
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: was' for candelabra with burning tapers, Douglas of Keystone Heights.1 pROGRMnraMwrlc rwerpEae
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Miss McRae by her bridesmaids, STOP t&i( r4Ni' HOP STARKE!; BRADFORD COUNTY' I.
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L wx+ MalflaWw fI-e: ',; .. .., ,,., ,"m.-, ,,!, .. ....., 1 Mr. A: Russell Norm n". $' Did yea:: [ *,,n'ot t W ....I ..\1/" 1 ,.' ,. ": t" ', It" "''i, I--); ,* ''*; '. i'"k". '" ,"IY:
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Mrs.. A. Russell Norman was cOm* Mr&:Margieionesreturiied i Dec :31 ; ("
:it-: i .ki ad Mrs. Teri A; Jones,daughter of Mr. after three weeks visit with' her from a weeks Vislfv4th} eC'II".,
plimented with a birthday luncheon
and Mrs. T.H. sister, Mrs Nell McDon 'lei Tema'pie
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; last Friday at Western Steer Steak Just daughter( Mrs. Connie Tainter and ',
returned Terrace, Tampa
from'a
weeks vacation and children In Los Alamos Cal.Michelle .
House planned by Mrs. A.L. Sanderson /
..eIvw business trip in Hawaii as a represen
Mrs. Earl Searing, Mrs. H.C. and Mrs. Robert Green
tative of Wharton-Wil Mr. were
.:. Ritch and Mrs. W.B. with lams Travel Eggers! of Jacksonvillespent
Mundy 25 Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe '
Agency of Jacksonville.Miss visiting
., friends the Dutch-treat affair the weekend with her grandparents -
attending
Sanford
and family in over
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z The head table of the U-shaped Jean Mundy of Tallahassee weekend.. ,.
tables was centered with a birthday will spend the weekend with tier and Mrs.: Bernard Ruckdeschel '
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Di Griffis
t mother Mrs. W.B
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cake. The side tables held a garland spent Jan. 3-13 with their soninlawand spent Dec. 27Jan. 10 with their '
of Ivy interspersed with seasonal daughter, Capt. and Mrs. C.N, and \
r-in.law son, Mr. and
'flowers. Mrs. Gladys Weldon, who( was a patient Deycrle in Victorville, Cal. They also daught .
E. Griffis in Portland
Mrs.
In Jerry
Bradford ,
Mrs.'Searing the blessing and Hospital from were sight-seeing at Hoover Dam, '
gave ..
Ore. and helped little Kelly Griffis .
Thursday to
Monday, had her
Mrs Ritch gave a resume of Mrs.Norman's among Lea Vegas and San Diego. .
visitors, her children, Mr. and Mrs. celebrate his first birthday-, New ; .

The four many hostesses accomplishments.presented;the Bill Weldon of Bushnell, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joey Herres of Years Eve. > a, .'''
Steve Weldon of Macclenny, Mr. and Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. Carl '; "
'honoree with
a personal gift as; a
memento of the occasion. Mrs Jim Weldon of Jacksonville and Peterson of Jacksonville spent the STUMP'S DEPARTMENT STOREInventory ;t,:
Mr.Florida.and Mrs. Charles Patrick of West weekend with their parents, Mr. and Clearance Sad.In "
Mrs Herb Herres.
r Mrs. Bill Adams Progress-Bradford Square ,.i.W. '

Shower Honoree STUMP'S DEPARTMENT STORE Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Denmark and .,\

Inventory Clearance Sale Mr. and Mrs. Steve Denmark attend Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Milner, Sr. and I: I.

Mrs. Bill Adams was complimentedat In Progress-Bradford SquareMr. ed the Furniture Mart in Atlanta on son, John of Tallahassee ,Spent the h"'

a stork shower Monday night given Jan. 69. weekend with Mr. and Mrs,Milner, ,,:;

by Mrs. Gary Brewer, Mrs. Richard JrX, I vii:;: I
Fuller, Mrs Don Patray', Mrs David and Mrs. Palo Lacuyo and, 2 new L.D.S. Missionaries in Wainwright, Mrs. Donald Carter and family of Tallahassee were weekend Who borrowed the grill,, Lucille Mundorff a new resident '. ,,'fi;,
Starke. from
.. Mrs, Michael Sexton at the home of guests of Mrs. Janet Turner and the Hospital Auxiliary of Norma's Home. '' ) <
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return
the latter in Conerly Estates. visited Mrs. Alice Barron in the i ,
Two new missionaries are currently being seen In the Starke area The refreshment table was covered Green Cove Springs Geriatric Center. It will be needed before the FairOpens Mrs. George Roberts, J.', was a patient {
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representing the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. April
with a Army/Navy cloth and centered in Alachua General Hospital i;
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Elder Chris Helmerdlnger. left come from Cody Wyoming; Is a film 'with an arrangement of pastel colored Mr. and Mrs. Ira 'Moore and Mr. with a back problem for the past ,.
director major at Brigham Young University Provo Utah; loves fishing: carnations flanked by blue and Mrs. J.D. Evans! of Live Oak were Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson and son,'
and has been a member of the Church for a little over two years. candles in crystal holders. Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs Bud, of Live Oak, were last Wednesday week.'z ,'

Elder Kunzler. right, comes from Richfield, Utah and loves cars, hunting'and The hostesses presented the Fred Bennett.Sr. "a cute little thing he left back home". The missionaries will be Lawson and Mrs. Ewell Lawson. ,
spending honoree with a play pen as a memento. '' Beach, Va. was' last i IWednesday ,
IS months serving In the Florida, Tallahassee Mission teaching people, of the occasion. '. The following members of the W.T. visitor of Mrs. Bertha Pearce and 'i.

answering questions about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Among the 20 guests attending between Weeks chapter, U.D.C. attended the STUMP'S DEPARTMENT STORE they visited relatives in Valdosta for :'

the hours of 7 and 9 p.m. were District II workshop Monday, Jan. 16 two days.Captain. '
Mrs. Warren Winkler; mother of the': held at the Ponce de Leon Motel in St. Inventory Clearance SaleIn ''j

Upcoming honoree, and Mrs. H.H. Adams. : Augustine:' Mrs. Herbert Thomas Progr...- radford Square
t' Mrs. Lester .Crews, Mrs. George
Roberts 'Sr. and Mrs., FranklinWeisgerher. .-
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Laura Ann McRae regular covered dish luncheon at noon weeks U.D.C. > .

Glenn AddlsonTo on Thursday Hall., Jan, 26, in the Methodist Special Meeting '.' ",, .-' iL-A.
Fellowship D9sj
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Wed Jan. 28 Speaker will be Steve Futch of Will the parson who '
The W.T. Weeks chapter, U.D.C;
the Auxiliary -
the grill from Hospital
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home who
held a special meeting Saturday, Jan. Booth at ttie. Fairground. please return t seafood
Laura Ann McRae, daughter of will speak on '"Making Funeral Arrangements : 14 at the home of Mrs. Herbert. to .President. ;Ada Reddish':
Clyde H. McRae and niece of Mrs. in Advance." There will Thomas.

Raleigh Strickland of Starke, and be a question-answer period after Florida Division President Mrs.. FEATURE VALUES! '
Glenn Addison son of Mrs. Alice N. ward. J.R. Heidenreich conducted the ,
Douglas of Keystone Heights will be Come join in the fellowship and meeting and discussed problems' The Duplicate Bridge Club will hold

united in marriage Saturday, Jan. 28, meet other seniors in the county. fronting all chapters -leadership and a quarterly tournament on Tuesday, SUNDAY ALL DAY
at 7:30 p.m. in Grace Baptist Church, membership being the most common. Jan. 24, at the Starke Woman's Club

.Starke, with a reception following in Eastern Star She stressed that all members must starting at 7:30 p.m. The Jan. 10' 8 Piece Shrimp Platter
the church Fellowship Hall. participate in activities to have a successful results were Mr. and Mrs. .Jack
8 golden fried shrimp french friescol I $2"
All attend.friends and relatives are invitedto Supper Jan. 21. chapter, Florida Division Burnette, first; Mrs. W.H. Thomsonand slaw cocktail sauce . . . : ;:
Secretary Mrs. Ella Pettit accompanied Mrs. Lex Green, second; and
Starke chapter, No. 224, Order of Mrs. Heidenreich on the trip.; Mrs. F.J. Shaw and Mrs. Myldred
Meth. Senior Citizen the Eastern Star, will have a covered The hostess served refreshments Cuttino, third. MONDAY/TUESDAY ALL DAY

dish supper Saturday, Jan. 21, at 7 following the program. ... .
Luncheon Jan. 26 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. \ Mr. and Mrs. LaForest Salisbury of 2 Piece Fish Dinner

All Masons and their families are Canaan, Maine were visiting their 2 golden brown fish I fillets french fries $ -99,

All senior citizens are invited to the invited to attend.Church. STUMP'S DEPARTMENT STORE aunt, Mrs. Flossie Prescott. last Tuesday cole' slaw hush puppies .. . . : . . . . .
Inventory Clearance Sale to Saturday. ,
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In Progress-Bradford Square MON I TUES / WED 5 pm to 9' pm .


arty News'- All You Can Eat Fish DinnerBuffetgolden

Faith Children's Homo St. Mark's Women brown engllsh style fish fillets.Grits '

Guests at Pine Level ',1' rake'Have ,Study Program tender country style fish fillets .french.frles / 9 .wP ,.
BIRTHS (I cole slaw*hush puppies
. Special guests at ..the.Pine..L : i Women of St. Mark's met In the white beans baked ,
; St. Edwards f!arUhjon t <) :- L.The .. '
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,', p I rs Baptist.Church'' this Sunday night, TFarish House on Tuesday,,;;Jan.,;ln i : Vj)1i9; :
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.i Attend fleiplfe Progfdnnf Jan.' M l will ;'be{ the4ehlldren of the',. .with president Mrb.Herbert;.Xhom UlIlt"" VEIL ) hA\( LIIDAr Via,I", 'r
Faith Children's Home in 'lamps giving the devotional and worship ,,

Kameron Kole Wheeler On Jan. 11, 'a Respite Volunteer They will be presenting a program of program. Fish'n Chicken'Dinner
Training Program was held in Schultz songs and scripture under the direo '< J. Mrs. Thomas conducted the .
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wheeler of Auditorium at the St. Vincent's tion of Rev. Lindy McGowan,director .'meeting at which projects were 2 golden brown fish l fillets ,

Lawtey announce the birth of a son, Medical Center in Jacksonville.This of the home. Bro. McGowan will also i discussed for the coming. year. generous portion. of boneless chicken fillets t 2 9
Kameron Kole, born Jan. 6 in St. Vin- program was sponsored by the bring the message in the service. fronchfila col.low ''' 3 ; .
cent's Medical Center. He Joins a St. Augustine Diocesan Council of These folks have,been to the Pine hush puppies. sweef tour sauce . . . .. . .

brother,Juston, age 2. Catholic Women. Mrs. Olga Bertozzi, Level Baptist Church several times >. The study program was "EpiphanytReexamined1' d IRRtIRIas ... _
Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Community Affairs Chairman of the and have proved to be a blessing to all taken from 'an article ----

Wanda Johnson of Lake Butler. Council, spearheaded the Programand who have attended. ,-t{written by Phillip S..Krug. rector of APPRECIATION WEEK'E
Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Elgin introduced guest speakers. Pine Level Baptist Church and its .i.-St. Paul's Church, Montvale;N.J.andI
Wheeler of Lawtey.Mother's This program trains volunteers in pastor Roman Alvarez;extend an hiS S t concluded with the reading of a poem, All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet1.Q3
skills required to provide care and vitation to all to attend. The church is; '"To Be a Christian" by Jessyca R. I
companionship primarily to elderly located 3V4 miles west of Starke on'J Gaver.\ $ u
I, persons confined to their home. It is Highway! 100. Service begins at 7 p.m. ;,:' Good thru Sun., Jan. 22 : ,', .' I '1 ,

intended to give relatives or those in "- m w. Y-Nlfr- 3&
Day Out charge of constant care of the sick a i !r
break or chance to do shop-
necessary Revival Set VAt
Program in SessionThe ping or other activities. .
Registered nurses and medical instructors Calvary Bpt. ChurchDr. '
First United Mother's Methodist Day Out Church program is at in conducted the program. s : 1' '
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Some 100 interested Larry or'Vulee 1 I ,( ''
persons attendedthe Montgomery SLOWLet's "
session again after a holiday break. lectures and buffet will be t E CT' !' -:"
Children were welcomed back by luncheon. guest speaker. a Revival \ :
Representing St. Edward's January .23-27 at
Mrs. Barbara Ross, caregiver for the Catholic Calvary Baptist : :
who had prepared a Church were Betty Dazinskl. Pauline ,Church. Madison and Cherry streets. 't' :
program program '
of time and Oeschger, Kay.Richards and Dolores Services will begin at 7:30: p.m. ,,! ': .
singing, story a '
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craft for the session. 1" : j :.)> ,

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children, is open to toddlers ,provided Beckum for each service.Dr. Ben1;; ';' .:. f t tw
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:A: j: I 'phone 485.1344Brooker Davis BrookerAih., Aassoc. Committee reports included club ._,+lecture about Central American coun Native'Instruments; & were explainedand eluded-the pl'O P'anfoUwect.iby.' a '

;:i : To Meet Jan 19 ,:, cookbook sales and the piano'' fundjr I'tries, in particular El Salvador several tape recordings were'' covered dish luncpeon.Personals. .
Sth Graders >' Cookbook sales have been very sue-1",where. she and her husband Hived in played featuring the marimba
Film Jfs Elementary Brooker Athletic Association will cessful and are still) available at $5 I 1972-73 while he served as Advisor to American Instrument nude,a Central of- ..,. !

Brooker meet tonight (Jan. 19)) beginning at each from any club member. A bake ; the National Ministry of Agriculture. tuned wooden bars set in a frame, A lot of activities were going on at
traveled to Elementary fifth graders School.: ? .m.: at Brooker Elementary sale is planned for Feb. 4 In Brooke ,, She gave a brief history and each bar amplified by wooden or the Hugh Crosby home during! ,the
Jacksonville Saturday The association will elect a to raise money for the piano fund.The ;,, geographical explanation concerning metal resonators and played with holidays It all began with the arrival \
Jan 14,to
"It's: partlcl te In the filming of4; board of directors for the year' and club requests community support of the country's culture, economy and mallets. of daughter, Vickie and her husband f

aired Elementary Feb, 4. Th., show win. be, discuss other matters of importanceat the bake sale and any donations. government, using pictures, hand- Miss Carolyn Reaves, who lived In from Key Largo, then the arrival of
Students the meeting Jake Keene president toward the fund established to purchase carved figures and native' hand El Salvador for five years and was on the Hilderbrant's, Susie's parents'I'
making the trip were asks board members to meet at the piano for Brooker Elm woven cloths to illustrate her talk. staff at the National Center for the from Cape Coral Everything was fine i
Ginger Adams
Stevie Bailey, Chris 8:30: before the School.At Both she and Miss Reaves
P'm regular meeting were Arts as advisor to the administrationtold until here comes the freeze water ,
Barneld.
i Bath'' Billy Barnes Christina at 7:30 p.m. Everyone Is invited. the conclusion of the business dressed in beautiful handwoven of her work.A major contributionand pipes busted ell over the place and it t
Josh
Crawford, Amy Fletcher, meeting,a program was presented by '. dresses from El Salvador. accomplishment for Miss Reaveswas seemed everything was going wrong.
Riverland
Johnny Higgins Karen Hodge, Billy Music Club... Mrs. C.W. Reaves, Inter-American I',; Mrs. Reaves told of her musical experiences her work in translating 'Into In the middle bf It all, here comes .
,. Johnson; David Newborn, Jason Riverland Music Club met Thursday Music Relations Dept. Chairman, 1':; while in El Salvador,which Spanish an up-to-date book replacing daughter Vickie and her husband of ", I.
." Pardee Johnny Prescott James Jan. 12,''at the hone of Mrs..L.L.. 'Florida Federation of Music Clubs Involved volunteer work with the National the 100 year old text being' used to .Ocafor the traditional. Christmas
Smith Starling Kevin, Snow, Karen Stokes Dyal Jr.: Dedan Road Brooker. assisted by her daughter, Miss ,f ',- Center for the Arts as advisor teach elementary music' students feast Well like all good housewives i
. Kyle Russell Thornton,and Mrs. Dell Mann presided over the Carolyn Reaves of Gainesville -.i" ;and lecturer in the Departmenta: de theory and training techniques.A and husbands Hugh got busy carry f
- Tammy,, Wilkerson. business meeting.! Mrs. Reaves nave a demonstrated ..', Musicai question and answer session con- big water from the pump(after thawing i
I It out) and busy In the t
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kitchen which a late but'very

good holiday dinner.-Since that ,
,seemed to be the case, all over town;, ,awe j
AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE can all cry on: each other's ,
vy shoulders and pray for an early sum- I

mer.The annual holiday party was held' I

at the'Hugh Crosby home'again this i
year when all the family of the late
Hugh Butler Crosby family gathered'
Dec. 28'' for another feast and ex-
change of gifts. Present were Mrs .
Hazel Carlton; Elaine, Steve and'
Peggy Griff,'all of Starke; Mr. and
Mrs. Lane Coodson of ''Lakeland':
Dara'of Le burg; Konda Crawford'of
Lake Butler; Mr; and Mrs Harold
.' Harris of Mafcville! ; the Phil Vellenga
Ask them
c :: L-- i J i family and the Richard Crosby fami-
ly all of Brooker.Yep, you guessed it, I
"What's NeW,1IEckerd that was one of those stormy days so .
no wonder everyone is seeking little I
: Pharmacists stock the latest$ t tr sunshine and warm weather:' j
In health-related products.: 1 _
Praise Christian Assembly Church:
of Graham's teen class enjoyed a trip ,
TthlhIML to the new bowling alley at Starke last i
p ?i e Saturday and got In several hours oft < :
good 'practice' 'along with their

.. ; chaperone,. ..JIm\ ; Kendrick' At this
cmIm' JOHNSON ft'JOHNSQN -y. time the church extends an invitation-
FLOSS to the public to come and hear.the
"AW TAL FLOSS DIXIE SERENITY.
Rev. Jimmy': Scott, a youth pastor
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y 28 9t r. YOU1112g -' : PLANTERS DRY PEPSI; PEPSI FREE PLATESoCUPS'BOWlS'/ Starke.'He Sunday will conduct Jan.i29, ,beginning the evening'services at

ROASTED PEANUTS or DIET PEPSI youitcHoiai' 7:30: p.m:Following the service the'
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U/"fit/ $, flmlt 1 ;. a-oz. Hall for refreshments and the people ; ;
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I Y a 9"'plates 15.6"bow's.' .-' of Graham were at it again Jumping .
t' into the new motor home and cruising
down to Ft.Lauderdale on business as
well as a little recreation hoping,to, ,
POP WEAVER'S PRESTO -.a,,, miss the cold during the' holidays..
..... BATUMI OttAHICS POPCORN POPCORN NOW PIUS Seems it didn't Stop at'Graham,but
0" .TIPS ? HENNA Or JOJOfiASHAMPOO PECAN SANDIES t 1AOZ.BAGKEEBLER CORN. POPPER /// followed them on down state.Community ,

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Do OiienP' ill :1,1-. } ,:'W Best-\v\lIh\ s toPAul.Joseph I Meng ,':Mfs"Et'everl'>\ Mer d,i "" "t Justlrt.'She.Wa&' pleasant '.i foilowi! w...' } .1' 't' I'f.'ht'. :! ':-t; ,. ,lk .About. It'! ., .;. ,\ '.," /. .':.,. 1.
phone 4s8.1915New and Deborah ,
Ann Mlkesell who were frey of Orlando, and Rev. nri '_ with a lighted birthday cake 't i ." ',' ,t
Arrival... y married ort Dec. 29. 1983, In Stanton, Arthur Mikesell of Warsaw, hide Who the dinner. \ WedcomcsShear :
Mich. Joe and Debbie are spending are missionaries on furlough'front Jan. 1-Paul Joseph Meng; Jan. Glenda's :
Danny and Brenda Wolfe of 1- fnp- some time with his parents, Mr. and Mexico. They were among those.attending j-Connle Clark Jan. .
ton proudly announce the birth of a Mrs. Paul Meng.Mrs. the wedding reception, held Loiacano; Jan. ; 6-Wyatt 5-Jimmy Collins Design You ;
son, Daniel James, born Jan. IS at Paul Meng accompanied her for Joe and Debbie Meng Jan. 10; ..r> William Michael Meng and Mlchaei .
Alachua General Hospital in daughter and children, Phyllis McClure ,." William 64 .41.5l for. '
Meng; Jan. 8-Charles ; a :
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weighed IDS. $\ oz. Kasey and Ryan, to Tampa : ;' I' Casner, Jason Padgett and Etain II :, .
and measured 21 inches. following the Christmas holidays and Sympathy is extended to the family Rhoden; Jan. 9-Alice Faye Waters, COHSULTATIOH'. .x.if" '
Paternal grandparents are Gene flew from there to Detroit for the wed- and friends of Delmar Williamson Cyndee Lawrence! : Jan. U-Brenda; EPEE ,
and Mildred O'Steen of Hampton. ding. She hosted the rehearsal dinner who died on Jan. 5. <"', Bawek; Jan. 12-Christopher Meng .
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and the night of Dec. 28. While in Sympathy is also extended to:the Jan. 13-Tracy Bradley;' Jan.; I NO. OBLIGATION ** r ,r
Mrs. J.W. Dorminey of Hampton. Michigan' and Toledo, Ohio, she family and friends of James. 14-Earselene Zimmerman; Jan.
Paternal great grandparents are visited relatives and friends there. Nessrnith who died on Jan. 19. ,*J1.. 15-Donnie Roberts; Jan. 19-Norma Perms .SPECIAL Frostings
Rev. Raymond and Mildred Williamsof Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng visited Melton, Candy Pons and Mark ..
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parents are Rev. and Mrs. E.J. Phyllis McClure in Tampa, and son Mrs. Margaret Wadsworth' Anniversaries... Rep -35. Reg. '30 '
Williams of Pearson Ga. and Chester and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meng in celebrated her January'I birthday January ll Larry,and Tina Woodward I '
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Petersburg over weekend. when she was treated to dinner at 7 r5<< ,
Among recent guests of Mr. and Bennigan's in Orange Park by her January 17 Francis and Dolores Bldg.
118 S, Thompson St. In Merle Norman
'Mr* Paul Mend were their rtanwhfcr children Robbin, Jerry, Jr.,Jody and Meng. ,

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t,. by phone Elizabeth 782-3300 Terry CASH .i

Personals..... [ : SAVINGS ARE38oz .

;: Deepest sympathy of'the community -
is extended to the family of Mrs.

Mary Starling, who passed away on WI1L4fl BTL. : 'J '

family.Saturday. Our prayers are with. the r .

b Miss Sheila Haga and her fiance,

?: Saturday John Champagne with her of parents Miami Mr.spent and :

:., of Mrs.her Jim friends.Haga and family and some r-7'? OIL $ 49.i" .

b We are happy to' learn that Cecil BONUS
Hardee is better and we pray that he BUY '
i: will be able to come home real soon. .
Mrs. Harold Eunice and her granddaughter -
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.1 J sister, Mrs. Pansy Knight, and her .....
daughter, Mrs. Connie Mosley at ,PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., JAN. LIMIT*1 WTH| I 57.5O OR MORE FOOD ORDER :-- ; ;
Maxville on Thursday evening. \ ,' '..
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b Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell visited T
their brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
a and Mrs. Gene Howell of Stanford,on ..;
tJ Friday and they came home with SWISS MISSS FRESHGOLDEN 4

a them on Sunday for a visit. HOTCOQCA HORMEL WI DELICIOUS
Mrs. Hester Hicks attended her
T cousin's Mrs. Vicky Sanders, funeral MIX CHU-t / a
at Middleburg on Thursday with Mrs. I BONUS 1
V.Juanita Parrish and Mrs. Dora North M-G. M/Nl/ jUApB>llYIAU.QWS Of!UTE U BUV I ILB

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Mrs. Elsie Norman visited herb rwlC! ,
mother, Mrs. Lissie Starling, of MR. EEE
n Jacksonville Monday and Tuesday.
," Friends of Mrs.Earl Prevatt regretto BAG
learn that she is a patient in North
T. Florida Regional Hospital in
-. Gainesville.Mrs. .
bX Dave Kelly' and children of
Jacksonville spent the weekend with SUNSHINE
3 her sister, Mrs. Pat Hayes while herb tl /
husband is at Camp Blanding. r
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright of
Tallahassee were Saturday overnight
fiOr guests of their mother, Mrs. Truby sonenNIY
wainwright. They went home on SunVday WYe.rce..r
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afternoon. Low
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.ti j Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch of r 1
Starke returned to school at Baptist

Ty' I Bible Institute at Gracevllle, on Tues
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.t on Sunday afternoon were their' son- p "of.'"
n in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. COMPARE awl. COMPARE' ;"' rCaMPl4 'f a+
91) Dixon Hall and son, Bryan, off n ,.,.,

Jacksonville.Mr. GREEN QIANT FREMCHOR ',., "iit
and Mrs. J.C. Pringle of Sat HORMEL JUICY ORCalif. "

l,a.. suma Harold were Starling guests on Sunday of Mr.afternoon.and Mrs. Potted Meat . .=4/$1 Green REGULAR Beans -. &,2189* Lemons ..121919, Acorn Squash w .a397''

,. Mr. and Mrs. Norris of ,,' <, 'hIi7'.
I Gay Lawtey SUCEO OR HALVES AsaofrrmD FLAVORS '> CANADIAN OROWN LB SAft -

nIl a of and Baldwin Mr. and visited Mrs. Carlton their Yarbrough son-in-law Pe achesFY..TAgT '= 79Hawaiian Punch';1 ss, 69 Rutabagas taZo* Generic Popcorn. 89. ,

In and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill CARPET FRESHENER SYRUP 3$ FRESH 8WEIM', ;' :*","" ,'

Hightower of Tampa and all of them Carpet Scent ... 99Mrs.. Butterworth ,M99* ,Fla. Avocados. .. 2/1. Jul Nectarines LB..g. *, "
b'. attended the Ernest Angley Crusade "J' 'i\K" .
m in Tampa. 130XBOX P'JIIENCH'S. 'BNOWHITII '. '. DMYROAarreo '. ""!*'sii'j .,'

''J 111 Pac Man Cereal t'. s179 Idaho Spuds If. 17"1 *1 40 Mushrooms 5179. Generic Peanuts :: (
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LAUNDRY JUNE BOY FRESH 6WEBTJUICVPineapples.' ;

b r:... Lunch Menus Punch Detergent_.,,, *1 ao. Kosher Dills t.. _""" *14, ,;. -.cH 199 .FRC8H Apple Cider" ... .ssr s1I '.. "

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II'' and all elementary schools
'1" M......'. J......, UCUcken Tatraulnl,buttered I
I:, corn cabbage slaw, pineapple tidbit* ft cookie,

'0 TIIeMII milk. ,.Jsmary M-Beef Vegetable soup,cheese. SAVE 6 toast,fruit Jello,cookie milk.C .
: Weanavaay,Janaarjr iS-Hamburger"gravy,mashed :.... 1
lot poUtoM green beans, chocolate pudding S COCA COLA.YOUPAY: BEER "

.. blacuita Th-.,"milk.. Jaaaary M-Frled chicken rice 'H DIET COKE SPRITE, 99'C = REGULAR OR U.GHT
ivy, buttered green pen, fruit cup hot roll, E TAB, MELLO YELLO '.

bq Friday. J......., tl-SpagheUi w/meat sauce H OR MR. PIBB pl g .' .vl.roer I e 1 i Bonus ,
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cheese sex, garden salad, pear half.hot rolls gj B PACK16oz BTL. DEPOSIT' '
milk. UMIT.1COUPONPEI'IIT1M.' SooooTHRUwEO.
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Ciit TuMday,Jaaearjr 14-Frled chicken,lie ft gravy,
green beam, fruit ,not rolls milk '
cup '
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tT-Plsza, french g PEPSI COLA, YOU PAY & CHEDDAR' ''p .
Friday. January Mel butterscotcb I ,ff,' ..
tijo squares,fruit Jab,milk. Z V S .. .. ;
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PANTRY PRIM ASSORTED W CA8'T\JIIeFIAY 4 P nw ? + I' : '
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Ala Gary C.'HartParticipates Bathroom ue .:3a9..' Pork BaE-Que" ; Jl1i In ExercisesAt : ,: : 'r' : :
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: During the month of December the torney's office cravated assault, diamfowed victim
Bradford Office of the'state attorney There were no juvenile petitions fil does not wish to prosecute
received 26 new Individual cases ed in December Six prior cases were Brett Wesley Greenway charged
Bradford 'k and/or felony defendants for.prosecu- dismissed by the state attorney and 12-21-78 with introduction of contraband
County Legislature Delegation ties Three of the caseS involved in two'guilty pleas were accepted: ,Three and possession of more than five :
mates in Florida prisons.. cases received no judicial action ap grams, pled guilty Of possession July ,
Informations were filed on 15 prior proval, said Clark, 1979, state attorney dropped the other
will hear a proposed local cases'and there were five jury trials, Cases dismissed by the state attorney "- charge, defendant sentenced to three
bill : The office declined to prosecute ten during the month of years probation and six months DOC
.cases. December. July 11, 1383 charged with violation of
relating to Seventeen cases were dismissed by Roosevelt Lewis arrested October probation, November admitted to ,
peat mining at 1:30: January -. : the state attorney and ten guilty pleas. 7, 1982 for worthless check case Violation of probation charge and was
; : were accepted dismissed defendant's violation of sentenced in Pecember to six months I I.DOC :
Seventeen lpformaQOns'were'tiledin probation dismissed by the judge Greenway is a former correctional
24 at Bradford ', misdemeanor court. Four prior Curtis Godwin ,arrested March 24 officer at FM. '
County Court : cases were dismissed by the state at- for welfare fraud, case dismissed for Jimmy Carroll Lee arrested March :
/' : torney and 11'''guilty. pleas were accepted insufficient evidence.. 24 for battery of a law enforcement officer

house Stanley Life, Inmate charged with, trespassing after warning,
Coun.ty Commissioners The pffice declined to prosecute U drug traffic and possession marijuana resisting arrest without violence,

cases, July 21, pled guilty lo possession found guilty in a November trial, PSI
,Room. There were 10 cases for arraignment of marijuana sentenced to six ordered. ,Adjudged guilty in
in traffic criminal court Six months in DOC, case of drug traffic December1 placed on five years probation
teen cases were also handled subsequent dropped must pay $2,500 attorney fee,
._ arraignment by the state at Sworn complaint filed for ago 'spend 60 days in county Jail to be ;
--- mo. 1 ..... withheld February 13 if employment I
is found. ,Found not-guilty of count
two and adjudicated guilty on count
three 'sentenced to one year probation

THE BEST SAVINGS! Douglas to run Shipman concurrent Gardner with count arrested one.

November 13 fat worthless check
defendant made restitution and paidCourt

U.S.D.A.: GRADE A WHOLE 'UMIT-2' ; PLEASE Charlie cost Clark arrested June, 1982,
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for aggravated assault, capias Issued
when defendant fallen to show for

FRYERLEGS court June 21, arrested June 21, case
continued,dismissed December. for I
insufficent evidence. I

.. Douglas E., Salsbury'' arrested I
November 28 for worthless check ;

'BONCISBlY l .... defendant cost made restitution and paidcourt :;

James Edwin Akridge arrested i
November 12 for ,defrauding innkeeper :
WITH BACKS defendant made restitution. i
SAVE3OPERUB' Jessie Randolph arrested October

5. LB AVG., ; PKG. LB PRICES WED, THURS., JAN 24H .1982 ;for carrying concealed
10 THRU JAN' 5. 1984. weapon deceased., case dismissed defendant is

David Allen ,Copenhaver arrested .
September 13, 1082 for uttering a
BONELESS CHOCK defendant sentenced other
.A forgery on I!
charges. :
Jim Henry Gatlln arrested January ,
21 for burglary of a I
; r defendant successfully completed]

pre-trial intervention program PTIX, I

0 Evelyn Darlene Gatlin arrested ,
senor rwr rwra eur% suY January 21 for burglary of a con ,
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defendant successfully completed :
veyance .
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; PT1 program. '!
"CHQK3E;. VJB Nathaniel Cartrell arrested For wbr- ,;
thless check..case dismissed' lacked
prosecutlve merit. '
,Will R.Gatlin Jr. arrested January '

p = 21' for burglary of a conveyance
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defendant successfully completed

/ PTI program.
Charlie Morris arrested August 9
CHUCK STEAKPER 0 CHICKEN LIVERS / for manufacturing cannabis, case i
dismissed defendant deceased.
UB LK5S >AMity scbi \ ; John Wheeler charged with robbery
JA_ r Bonus and grand theft,case dismissed insufficient
Y onue BUY ,r euv 1; evidence. '
Frank Bentley,arrested: November
HAJW 'and therLdertintl aYnade
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11''" $ ?
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POUND III tIt ".l 1/I./ :: t" 'M ,!f '
R ,. William Th'omas ,Baiiman, an inmate
charged August'3',with Introduction
of contraband into a state

COMPARE ..' CHECK PRICES'THESE: : COMPARE.. CHECK PRICES THESE ,COMPARE'' .. w CHPCK PRICES THESE 'COMPARE r .tmI.: PRICES CHECK THE I e prison, dropped agency.at request of Investigative

,Jimmy Carroll Lee arrested
OSCAR MAYER CHEF'S .
J,K.BRAND READY TO COOK 24. for of '
September law
battery
PANTRY CHICKEN FRIED' .V MW.'TURKEY SPICSO LOAf OH' a en
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Beef Patties, ., .. e1 3 US S 1,19' Breaded Patties 1,f&, 89. Sliced, Salami ., ,sea, 79* PANTRY PRIDE 99' forcement officer, resisting arrest '
with
Half &,Half a.pu mr violence and disorderly intoxication ,
BREAKFAST STWPSSwifts CAROUNA PWDB r and (victims Brown
battery
PVNBTASTH Dale
'PANT'A"\!PURE!
>. 3 9 FLORIDA
Sizztoan :;;staMLUBHIBE 1 Rod,Sausage. _.' 'm 89 Skinless Franks ", :xs 9 Orange Juice ,. ,., ss.j X11 and Paul T. Rhodcn), defendant
POR SOUP OR STEW' ... sentenced to other charges.
BMOKEO CM. MIATYBEEJf' ' Y' Lawrence D. Slocum arrested
: $ PIlUIBURY.
Polish Sausage *, 'u $2t Neck Bones '. i 18 139 OINEFIICeucEDAS8TD..V Meats .wen: .139 ,PIe Crusts r r 'J zz f 1 to" January Bradford 18 school for board burglary) defendant(victim.

WEAVERS HEAT A SERVErWnmrumstfcks SEA OEM BREADED HEADY TO COOK ivTA"'sDarr HOT COUNTY sentenced; on other charge,
$ 69 atiR
"FlIED CHICKEN' Fish: Portions SKGLOUCESTER 1 cou -! COLBY A sworn issued
22aSANDWICH $ complaint May 21
xz 'Go. Smoked Sausage wc1a 150 Cheddar Cheese. ss .189 for aggravated battery, dismissed

BRAND BREADED victim does not wish to prosecute
STEAKS pA. "
FISH STICKS OR T6V PFMOH IMPORTED' Al\.AOO8rrAUAN
,Steak Umrris .. ,. ';= .;2H Fish Cakes . ''AS '19 9 Sliced Ham ;S 239 Ricotta Cheese' S 289 ,A sworn 'cqmplalnt issued
: ,. .' .* r ;asS : ., is September 24 for aggravated assault,
'l' ..:.c. OOCt r>'-.y.- cOl rri DUtt TO OUM lOw PBKIta raeeavMYe, wnrro Wert OyNYm !, defendant. does not wish to prosecute.
uaeo To oewsns HOT RBttPBOMatfiLX ton TYPOQMAPHMSREVLONFLEX u.weonse
Sworn complaint issued October 12
for grand theft-auto case lacked pro-
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PANTRY PHIOt I 'secuti ve merit' "
Sworn complaint issued October 23
KING SIZE
for grand thett-auto, victim. does not
SHAMPOOor wish to prosecute ,
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er LO r s Sworn complaint Issued January 13
rnc CONDITIONER 1982, for an inmate 'for attemptedmurder

r Y r case dropped for.insufficient,
d '' score evidence,
,n i i rrau'u' e
.Ml/ Sworn complaint issued October'14
i iwc[ 69t5oz 'V for grand thet-auto, case lacked pro-
+ secutive merit.
? Sworn complaint issued January'13

YOUK CHOlCf for inmate for attempted'.murder,.

., ,., case dropped for insufficient.
evidence.
.' Sworn Issued January 13
'sate ; complaint
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PANTRY owes, egr: 6 PACK 8od'ROZEN I 5t TEK' OOFT OR,HARD MEDIUM o' / ,we-.oau. ONL. for inmate for attempted:,murder,
MORTON
PCCAN "I FRIED "i1\\'" .dismissed for insufficient evidence.
cmrtAMONTWIRLS "' '>POT,PIES'' TOOTHCHICKEri': Pearly\Jefferson arrested May It,
/'J09, dCN, 1tnlMttY., .3/.19 $649 1982! for (grand theft,.defendant successfully '
r ': BRUSHES i PieCB,8ATCHei. completed PTI program.
James 'Edward Shaw' <
inmate)
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PANTRY PRIDJ4'N' ':'PACK'0' :' ,' MVl00r 1 LAD", USoz JUMBO' ".'r+11.:; ..'."......pia h: 'charged ,September 17 ,with ag
1 10.3oxFROZEN
gravated victim' does not
battery,
.or xaEftGUSH'$21$1' PIZ7.Fk PEED-; '" 4'!$ 49 KAISER 6/89 wish. to prosecute.4HTpday,
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INFORMATION' .'311 'Colgat4 ..' : '88 Smoked Hamr' 1 ; ;by Carolyn_ Redding
_" Coffee tightener .... _, / i aw 1 '
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'(ONLY'tT DAyslEFn PANTHYTOW PRt>la' ;y" .1) AtpAeQL : .'' 'S ; =,* t ? Off is growing In Bradford County
MIIANf i09 '! ulF 1 ,and we are pleased to announce that
;;TOCOMPLETII'V- UFio. .0nI0n...... '. "II .,.. MIIoh r' :' 1 D rw' "'.'.M, ,4-H is adding rIew club in the Starke
; i : ".. ,. ,:' '. .I. \ Shrimp :. .. area. Elaine Lee,:who will be leader'
WOUtAR
..1, ST..MARY'S COUPONS;, 'PaHnt'v" f.IIAICII L ORWhipped i ,2'U PtCANOI'tWALNUT' ', o f the new Starke.4-!f.club; will be
WILL,BE IS8UED'THAU.' Topping' 'r ss,9. 9/' .Kotox, ?,u ;,. ,J<. Y II' .. '". 'CoffeeRIng $1MCHERRY holding their first meeting at the RJE'
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FEB.1"4 if...(W(), ? .. ... .PANTByplWC:) '"-"'; ''''.' t-, .... :. J sc"oolat S p.me'on Saturday,Jan 28'
'sr::MAMVS cioupONS, .. SUPWKMS Everyone fat the Starke area is invited
wi 1's ,9
ri'WIU. lEAEDaMBDI French,P"", 1[ ... ",rrq .. tA P r'VYYe7N, t Layer Cake; ,. S '.' .. ., *2* especially parents ot all those

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like to Join 4-H.
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become Involved in*program that offers -
'I.' ", '_. 'o : : .: :' FASHIONABLE 60 project areas to intweat them,
,r'-........... : 'gives UMnvan' opportunity. to enter-
................:t't'j' -.t,-': CUBIC, 'project in the Fair and oilers them,
: '!1 'A'IVvtlllp: i( '4'LNIY''Ir 'the opportunity to attend 4-H summer
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t fwd 'took wins by rains l and Ted Bresee Won
Bradford High wrestlers lost two
BHS Lake Weir
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matches this week, one to Green Cove ; ;" pSatch
vh. and the other to Lake Weir. Bradford had one of their more ag against. .G ., /iyePdurjng"'' fi', .I" r:! I>>
/ gressive matches against Lake Weir. ; ,; ,(\/1tJ '
Wrestling Is in a rebuilding year at "Lake Weir is in their second season .Clay, also.?ga vt ub.polrii( ,\\n..the
BUS and a strong schedule wad part and they have some nice athletes in a heavier divisions by lorfiets..,\- ,
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getting better and winning com "People from the crowd tell me that Hamilton was ptnnodj IIJ-Donnlt'" Cumm-
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first year wrestlers. They are getting coaching chair," says Simpkins."We 132-Don Duffy tout by plnrlSf-BIII Robs
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j ;{i. store for them. Wednesday night the wrestlers are still making mistakes woro Andy Roach, Mob Boon' *, and Don,
Tornadoes traveled to Ocala Forest. which usually puts them on 'their Thornton. \
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host Buchholz. Friday and Saturday Last home match of the season for
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Stowort LW) plnnod Iarl'Sto..artr
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home meet for BUS will also ICS-Cru* Carlo (LW) pinn.dJohn
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(\, has ever wrestled at won 4-7; 119-Tim Nugent ((8)) won by loll,, Parents wiU be honored and a
I Anthony Williams pins Green Cove wrestler in less than a minute. r: with their families will be recognize m-Tony William (B) won byelecl.loll") 'trophy will be given to the BUS sport
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". presented. William., 1S!-Irown'LW) pinned Bill memos present! at the. meet.
Before the match there will be Robortton; U9-T.d ere._(I)won by fall
r, ? yY entertainment from a gymnast floor IM-Wavok (LW) plnnad Andy Roach
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exercise routine. 220-Glovof (LW) plnnoaV Robblo Boono>f every
.! Two weeks remain in regular HW-Wllllam.(LW) pl ned Don Thornton.BUS and group on BUS campus' wellrepresente'd
season matches for Bradford.'"1 wish at.the Mac: lenny
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Robert shooting {fey teammates end of the first quarter against In Lea Seitz with 12 points. '. most of his 18 points. field hitting 9 of 17 shots. Cooper was says Coach Sexton; '
Bellamy and Herbie Cooper It was a nip and tuck game most or
helped in terlachen to Insure a comfortable 50 percent hitting 7 of 14 shots Francis -
two game winning efforts lead throughout the game. \ the way until Baker puUed away in was 60 percent hitting 3 of 5 shots Score by quarters:
over rival district Baker foe Interlachen and arch' The Rams did however close the Scor. By Qu.,..,. I .. "il ".the fourth' period by as much as 9points Frounfelter was 67 percent hitting of Bradford ?, J3 II I* .,3$ .t '6
Last High last week. gap for a short time In the third Bradford \1 U 14 <.5 .2. But then Bellamy,, who had 6 shots. Bellamy was 38 percent hit- Baker .14. 14 14 it 4 74
Friday night the Tornadoes< quarter. Intorlnchmt 04 12 1$ 12' Q' scored hit only one basket In the first ting 5 of 13 shots. '. "

time edged and the 3A Wildcats 76-74 in over- "We bit a stretch in the third three quarters got a hot hand from It was a sweet win for the Tornado Individual scoring '
rolled 62.4iover Interlachen aHS.Bellomy0.10.. Franeli 1-1-3, Nora :J j(.;(he outside. five
quarter and had trouble hitting the which hadn't beaten Baker In a Bradford. Bellamy S-3-IJ, Frenct.
Tuesday night. ;i \ basket. The got within nine points, man ..0.'. Chandler 10.5.25.Ceop.r,, ,I\, Bradford was down two 12-14, after long while, and which lost 97-59 in the 3-6-I1. Norman' J-l-S, Chandler ,.O M.,
lar The this wins put the 7 Tornadoes at 8-8s0. '. then we opened it up again,' com 1-7-t, Johnton 0-2-2,, Frounl.'..,. I-O-J.. .'I f|J.,the" first period' on, Cooper's 7 andChandler's final seconds of their first meeting in Cooper 7-4-lt. 'rounto".r2.16.? Totoli30U7 '
season. I mented Head BHS Basketball Coach Mitchell 0.1-1, Warron 10.2: Toral.t ;( 4 points. Bradford was up Starke this year. Bradford went into *. .
with Chandler highlighted'' both games .Mike Sexton. 2"16.62. f two,30-28( at the half after outscoring the final period of the first game only Bak.r.:.-aul..t! .. SO-o, Hull. ,C 1-0-2. '
25 points against Interlachen and Chandler was the lead 'Bradford f Baker 1814. Chandler, Cooper one point down, but was behind: in the Wld.mond 1-0-3, Paige 1. 102. Pttlg* A.
18 points against Baker. scorer"with ,25 points followed by I|.Frounfelter, and Francis hit 4 points last few seconds and couldn't get the 3-J-i. "....' 12-3-34. Grlfflt 1.0.I4V Bid*
\ Robert Bellamy with 10. Chandler BUS 76 Baker III 74 j feach and Bellamy added driving ball back. 2-0-4..Mobl..y? t-.?-'0..Total SIA.*7':",
was averaging 17 points f'. in the second period. ..., .. .....- .
BHS-62 Iritertachei1. 3 before the Interlachen duel.per game "It was a big win for us,'!. says ::) Bradford won the third period 13-14
Coach Mike Sexton of the 76-74 over- +I as Chandler scored f 9 points, .Cooper KI/B o
time Tornado win over Baker High in '<;. nd Frounfelter 4 each. "
Ma.cclenny last Friday night Jan. 13. '"* The fourth period a wild sewing
Tornado guard Robert Bellamy spree was won 28-25 by Baker. Bradford
came alive to score eight points in the took a three point advantage into
fourth period and added another 'the final eight minutes then went cold of '
basket plus a free throw in the over- for several minutes fell behind then
time to give Bradford an edge over had to rally, PAT & RICHARD'SCUP .
Baker High for the first time in a long But Bellamy came on with his 8.
while. Guard John David Francis added points and Sam Norman hit all his &' SAUCERRESTAURANT
one of his six pressure free throwsin five 'points in the final stanza. '
the closing minute and a half to en- .Chandler, Cooper and Francis each .
sure the win. BHS froze the ball with,. added 4 points. '. r .
about 1:30 to in the overtime and' .
go Bradford was two points up at the
Baker was forced to foul in an effortto final buzzer but Baker's John Finley US 30T NLor Underwood Motel Starke
get the ball back. hit a 15 footer which went through the
Every basket counts in such tight net after the buzzer sounded to put the .FRIDAY'JANUARY 20
win and five Tornado cagers were in game into overtime. Finley scored a .
double figures. Daren Chandler and game-high 26 points, hitting with uncanny New Owners .' Completely: Remodeled
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points each accuracy from outside all over
Bellamy 13, John David Francis 12, the court. GRAND: OPENING' WEEK' SPECIAL
:I and Gary Frounfelter 10. Chandler hit Chandler' led Bradford In rebounding .
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Polytarpaulin Bradford' "High Junior varsity was behind by only one point 21-20. boosted the lead to 383:1'and: blew it

Fiberglass, cage put up a good first half fight The Rams rallied in the third periodto away to 31-39 by the end of the game.
but fell apart in the second half to fall''' take a comanding 35-22 lead,allow- Leading scorers for BUS in that

Screen 54-34 to host Jnterlachen. Tuesday ing only one Tornado.. point in that game were Kenny Holmes and Frank
period.Leading. Lon{,- each with 12 points. Baker'sleading
*' night. scorers for Bradford were scorer was Jay Reed with 19polnta
Tornadoes also lost 51-39.
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Augustine basketballers are mentally ready to play basketball." Santa Fe up and down this season
'. coming to town Friday night, Jan. 20, Sexton's cagers have played some is having one of its best basketball'seasons.

42 Gallon ., : : ; and Bradford cagers travel Tuesday good basketball,this season but not .' But the Tuesday road opponent
$1.699'5' night;:Jan 24, to Santa Fe High. consistently:'The coach calls it a men has been playing better ball lately -

Electric Water; Heaters Now 8-5,the Bradford five is in position tal) problem. Coach Sexton points out.

: ';",'1"? "," to run "off 6 or 7 wins,";?.andthat's It will be the first meetings of the Next weeket d' the Tornado five
Coach season with SA and Santa Fe.
Other sizes & motels: avaHttfe' Mike Sexton very ;realistic"...if. if we'll says'just get., Class 3A St.Augustine right now on takes on Orange Park Jan.Jan.31 both 27, and at !

top of their district, has the most size Keystone Heights .,.

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1,1 ,. : '' : ; j, P.O.lorldo Box 815, and. Stark, ;J984.. ''' '.. 'inad| (;;'thai challenges below All ln er...t.d pertoni also notes a team:'The that 11-4 has Yellow played Jackets togetherfor are face the state-ranked Class 2A
32091: Diane
,Legal)Notices :. 'f.Elizabeth RowejJRoute, ,;. RICHARD. ..,)E.WELTY; '; p1,\ 'the' qualification of th. or. required to file with several years; SA is minus only, powerhouse which easily beat BBS in
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personal representative; this court,WITHIN THREE their first outing Feb 3 BHS hosts
n -- '' starter from last Sexton expects
Bon 674, Lawtey; ..tc.rldq 994 Mi Avenue one year
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PUBLICATION OF THIS Feb. 10 Middleburg on
.COURT 011 fLORID; .min. 'tE:'sec t.VWest for drew';of,",the personal ''Stark; Florida 32091 ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS gym. the
NOTICE-(I) all claim. road, In the final weekend of play
BUS
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EIGHTH JUDIOAL "representatives' 9648050Attorney There is also he problem
;....99 leetl then. N. 89'deltic' (904) NOT SO FILED against the emote and Tornadoes 'travel Feb. 14 to Lake
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR torney are, set forth. more than two wins a
for together
r < 3:1.:l 'lnl",, 26Vee.\ WIU BE, FOREVER BAR.' putting
\ ((2)) any objectloe i : by an< Butler and hosts Santa Fe Feb. 17 for
BRADFORD COUNTY below na' been difficult this
P.r.<> which ..has'
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East, for 221.49 feet RED, ,
; : .. Interested person to' the 'final regular' season game.
All /
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: ACTION thiK South 0,deg.| 03,, ? Representative'. .Publication "of thlr whom this notice Was season. :
CASE; NO. 83-438-CA; mint,' ,,i'SS..'.'Seo.", East .for, 'claims,'I or, demandsagainst ,1'',_ SHELLY RENSE!:! ROWE. Notic*u hot. begun on'' mailed' that'.challenge, 1
the .estate' ,
ore ,Personalf '
<<3.9 thence ) BOWEN ,January 2 1984. .
fast South ,
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STEPHEN S. SHOLTES; 'irequlrdf. )WITHIN JHREE- "!" 'Representative of1iA d'P.r.onai',6R.praentonv. ., .'
M d.o.3J'mln,1\; : \ qualifications of the'personal '. h'ii
Plaintiff. W...,tor:2Il1.70 feet to MONTHS FROM/ THEs'I- : ":.T Estate of Gloria' '>" i"'< .:' representative,, i l t., i" : I !. 1 ;:: : .
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'v.> the Point 'of. Beginning.) DATE .OF THE' FIRST THIS' ,{ "/' G. Row., Deceased. HUBERT L.: COOPER: venue, or ,,,rldlctlon'' of. \\I'

ARTHUR GLCrVERt; .Containing 0126.,. pcre.,, NOTICE PUBLICATION. tC1Il1I.OF with the' ;- DIANEELIzAetTH' ,-"'Jl P.O. Box 60) the court. : Spot: n" e f'I': j :
.Defendant < I / Roar. sv I less?, ,. : ; "'V' '<'I,7 ", 'Starke;.32091''". All CLAIMS'AND OBJECTIONS -\ 'I'
of th above
clerk court-
NOTICE OF SALEPURSUANT "', ,DATED' ; 1hl* t2lh.. day. of,, a';Wrff.ntgtemtnt'of* '; '.iS:; ,..Representative ROWE.P.rtono)' ''Aitorn.k NOT SO FILED;" I \.' ,'. :J. "', :' 1
January198err for Will BE FOREVER BAR. .
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TO or'd.mond': ;' Estate of Gloria' ; .
CHAPTER'431.. *; "i I' they! [may have; Each; .i:.'. -. ." Gi Rowe" Deceased '.,*PoriKwial.Rprshtatlv, : i I REP.Publlcatlon of thl'Notice }'1; : ".r.\y.'.:\ .

that; ::;aTY\; '; ....I.hMoodx&S&. Claim must be In writing ,, :.,; JnUt! chg 1/26. JOHN I4JONES. has begun on Lawtey Baseball Reg. get... ;" ; ':
NOTICE IS GIVEN y :' .. .... ,and must< Indicate the ( \ '
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Summary basis for;th.'dlulmr the'nam.andbddrasoltite < > laTHE CIRCUIT baseball U set for dates
pursuanttoo; tittle( registration
League
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Final Judg.m.ntrdat.d'lonuary :
I' ';'>'" A P.O.:Drawer 1030 PersonalRepresentative : '
12.1964; / CoN .r. ':'IN,1f E" IRCLhtrin6.4t,1i 'creditor: or, hi* Qsent or' 'vy.',.i""'BRADFORD COUNTY; a "'. Stork.Fj3209)r.i.pha, !*>? JStMi and 26 registration will be from *-e p.m. at the LawteyElementary .
No. 83.138-CA of the 'J"TOR: ,
; : : l' ., ,((904),: lESTER A. HEMMINGSEN I III Cafeteria. Jan. 28 registration i V
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Cult Court of th* Eighth; '' t JAJ.. > fl: It:. .. .d5 fir' If ,the <','v., DIVISIONII.Nunab '..964.5701 Mf Douglas r Or,', N., Registration fee is $10 and parents are required to be present. ;''during
Judicial; ..Circuit Iji; and; I .. ......: ,..,\.' "."" ..' claim !I. \IO'y. ,, the; ;.i rlE1551') \; >;i !iHI29tchp1W, Champlln,Mlnn.eotak registration. The Jan: 28 date is the deadline for registration.: t"{ *
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FlordaA( ,(n. whUh'; ''CMJENO..... P: .' shoir.be' >oted"f, \. ." ,. )" : ; \ IN THE!'CIRCUIT 55 3 1.6. .

STEPHEN, S. SHOIT65, ',.....' ....NO .I't.. ., (tiNt claim ks contingent or' ,.iN Rr-t: STATE OF""i '' .,'.' ,,j1.. .t ,.,, .. COURT FOR I Attorney for'I Pell Banquet Set Feb. 10..... :f" A'
Plaintiff; nd. ANTHUft ,"," '4 "\ : ". :'unl uldoted,,the,,nature \ 'ROBERT THOMAS. :9RAIFORD) COUNTY., .', ', (j"'' ,
GLOVER 'H.D.f..ndwtt,, I', '. "I. "ofi'1r .11 '.J l ,'of the "Unc.rtalnty'thall vb 'cooPH' '' '., ;''',.$1 ,,1.1otIiMY FLORIDA Personal .' \' -<> .A'a'CharllePell" banquet is set for February 10 at the New National Guard
stated' ,,If the claim W.; Deceased'' ..': "PftOBATI DIVISION Repr..entallv.JOHN !( ; L '.
'wilt wail to the hlgheetbidder : >s '.J!!; .H. JONES Es Armory on Edwards Road In Starke. -.
for cat*<|f, th.; \'.(\lnldtt"'e" : ,..cur''." V''t' 1 .. &, ,'.;FI( .Number 83-83-CP )) .The Banquet sponsored by the Starke Gator i alllaub.Meetintj: '
door of th off le.'of |f..' :r ..a shod l "be.deterlbed.. The NOTICE Qlv''on' '.3510 quire Counsel ".' be ." dinner at 7 p.m. and P..:; ,
will
''.c1.rk ol the Cir.WFcrt,. ((4Ial"an", shod, .dalrver1'sufficientcopies OF.ADMINISTRATION"i \ "AJ;' '_ Of DUDLEY Pi. HARDY, P.A. :}. Along with Pell senior Gator football plate are alt so invited to attend:" "'
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in tM..odfottI. O un yCourlhoi of- (he-' } STATE Of P.O. brawer 1030, \ Price for the tickets is$10 and can be purchased at four IeoatloswWihlp'aFlorist .
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|.e', Slarhw;,.' 1 ftladm'" .t.'th.tlerk" to. 'The' CHfmJnl.t'otl i of :"MILDMM> HEMMINGSEW Leila's and JMMBS ;
FI3209" Johns-Agency LouMg.
Florida,'at It:OOA.M. on, r 'eti4l.'thi..c srk ,to mall .' .estat ,ot ,ROBERT '' '''a/lt/a 4MLDREP.O. HEM. V;Telephone SIark. t ,r(9Qit"''I' Charley tickets are expected d'to be sold. Location of MM banquet was moved 1t. ..

.,February: U,: t9B4.. the > 'on.. copytt;>,,each'1'perA" !; ,' ''tH MAS'' COOPER. MlhMWiN' ..a/k/a 964-570) 'jj, ',;" Over 200 Starke Golf and Country Club due to SMC*.! i
from the
property de.cribed.. 'In (he: eiwtcepprientaUv.t <<- 'deceased Fllei. : Number MILOf p A: HEMM- f)9NOTICE' end should able comment/ on
kh.l. *. Property,a4lo,1h t'1' :r\ All persons,Interested 8J.ai.: : :i. pending ,lr. ;1 tN.MM...ai ka MILDRED. lfT22khq," With'college recruting nearing an Pelt ". ba ?"
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1)w 0*, d fogy Bradford 1\t\: ': INTENTION? 'v ;
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fif1a1 .. :"Iti I .r j. ...,. ,;; ) TO REGISTER .'. .1 ';r'F
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'parcel, ;br> tract .ti .....' tIMkI'iminLukatlen 'WITHIN THUBfi :MONTHS which" I is Bradloi-a County ..I'. P4'/NISIRATION' tlMV DeDaI'trMtot ,,'
ltua*... lying 01 ':' f IRON THE DATE OF'tHEFIRST. ; !;Courthoue; Starke;' :," "\l;>J: to K' Morning exercise class, sponsored by the Strk '
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PUBLICATION
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/ort : '$tq'.' of"'f"0f'Itf t ....UlWI!. (_ THIS NQTId.ta tilt flAY Mm.. and addresses of ;phi(, ti. 0". MilDRED 'is! tnorn p. \- l* 5 !
,: ,. h.r.by', fllveri, excrcfce'eiasa ta'9: j3: *.Ib) a;.Mitt* *$robta da c0. class. :
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ttnown'and mor J'tlculaifly tMs"r .: 'I!! ..i,._ >lbLdUQ"'JI.1m.Vr: / "' ***': ,. .cnot epresTK, .'i TEN'N''d.eaaa that the 'Undersigned' 'for regular "p' ,j t ; : i :
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follows Comment" ,+UV4h4 : ('r.-t>r* ento lvi., ,.at. .$ .3.,351O( ). .It pendlq ,Box '177, Storke., Ft i ; \ ").. )' .. r' : %JI i
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Randy' and Virginia Jean Johns will probably make'the December.
biggest move,of their lives'. Tuesday. when the "This isn't the heaviest house we've moved J'although
85-year-oldPeekerrymam, borne is moved 9 blocks it is one of the tallest explained one of the LaRue 1

from Madison Street to the, siteof,, ,. .Virginia Jean's employees, Greg Smi i. "We've estimated that this
childhood!: home at Church and Adkins Streets. house weighs around 150 tons. That's heavy, but we're \ I

It's an expensive move. Randy admits, but his family equipped to move, up to 250 tons with the equipment'wehave \.' rkF

ties make it worthwhile.The home was built by Randy's on hand.." ..i / j jI"
great-grandfather Comer L. Peek,'around the turn of Workers began the final task of clearing shrubbery .
the century, probablYtrI\ 1901.Judge E.K. Perryman and and trees, especially outstretched tree limbs which
his wife Lois a daughter of Comer L. Peek were the were blocking the eventual path the house is to take: up
last resIdents of\the colonial style home of. 11 huge, US-301 north, east on Washington Street then back to r

rooms. The house ,bas been vacant since Mrs. Per- the south on Church Street to Its destination at the corner _

&s death 'August 1977. of Church and Adkins.
idy and V rglnia have long wanted the house, The house is to replace another huge home of the

-..ch they'pla.i. to completely restore and remodel In- former W.L. Weeks, on a lot running the block between /
side and out. But they weren t satisfied with the Madi- Church and Cherry Streets, with'Adkins Street on the

aim Street location and it took awhile to decide to go to north side. The Weeks home, torn down some yean ago,

the major expense of moving the old home. was owned by Charles and'Virginia Darby. parents of

Meanwhile, Randy's cousin, Emmett Perryman, had' Virginia Jean.The .
inherited the house and property. The old home was a Perryman house was built in colonial' style,

detriment to the now commercial property, directly popular in Georgia where the original builder, Comer L.
across the street from Terwillegar',Ford and next to Peek; grew up. The house Is built up on bricks: which

Gator Freightways, and from that situation a deal was made the moving considerably easier, according

struck. Smith. .
Randy and Virginia sold their home at Kingsley Lake, "I'll tell you what, foundations are a real pain for us,

and have spent recent months making ready to move.the especially ui an old house like this one so we were pretty .
hous pleased when we saw this house sitting up on bricks "
There have been myriad details such as getting permission Smith said as he adjusted the bait-inch thick steel cables

from the state to take the souse up US-301, with used to pull the house to a point where it .is pointing out !

the City of Starke to move utilities,.and with the phone, across the street."We like ft when we can get up under a
company to move lines and cables. house to do the preliminary work. Old foundations can
Randy finds! it difficult to believe the old but still sound be a real pain to separate from the house itself."

home will actually be moved Tuesday-At the .'new"site : First the workers had to carefully remove, brick by .

the house will face Church,Street, and be four feet brick, the stacks that made up. the uplifted' foundation. of
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Hippodrome Film dub, features a variety ot films of a contemporary nature each frig Yo"Spaghetti Supper,.. will I be held by the First Methodist' Church in lake Butler On Thursday ,possible,,'due lathe limited' space available, ,*."$, .\.'' ''"', '" '", !'I' <

day and Saturday night at the Hippodrome, 25 SE 2nd Place. Jan. 19 In the church education building from 5:30: to 7130! p.ml Tkkets are adults $3 .' ,, "
and children $2 and may be purchased from church members at! the" door. The Fledda. SNN Mw_", ..., .' .. .' ,
Judo Classes will be held Monday and Thursday night In the Keystone Height High 1, Feature a Florida tare* live Florida.cosyni.ins.'the Hail of Florida History and a

School cafeteria.Junior classes will be held from 6:30 p.nvi 7:30 pm.and senior classes ,,0..'" Sine....The New Jerusalem Mission In Lake City will present the Jerusalem: 1\' \Mayan Palace and Object Gallery. Hours 9-5 weekday,arid Saturdays- Tuesday open. till

from 7:30 pm. 8:30 p.m. Call 473-394 for more Information.A.roblc Singer In concert on Saturday. Jon; 2O, Ot 7:30 p.m.. The church located on SR-IOO In a p.m} 1-Sp.m. Sunday* and'holiday' ..;,located on the corner. of Newell I, Drive. tmdMuseumRood .

::I toke City, ,and everyone.I* Invited to attend. &. ,, ". ''**<' ,1' *({. at the UF., campus. 'f i. .>In.,' 'i.t-Galnetvllle.a :.., I'' -'J.,,, 'I rct4 ,
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7:30 p.m.; and on Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30: p.m. ot,!the Keystone Heights Cettie Preducers t_...The trodfor'd' -Unlon Cattleman'*Association'Ned-cporiwrlhg" a'' > "V'<1" 'tf f .,: : ,.. ,".;}\\jl': ,,'' \II '.';.',; .... \1.. 'I,,,,,'Z". .j.lt..",:.: ,
Woman'. Club. Call,473-3784 for further Information. cattle producer tour an Thursday Jon I. The tour. will leave Starka .f,:30 tf.nWand! .J ," :" r J\!f":" k.. I' .\';
Lake Butler at B a.m. and will return to Starke at 4:30: p.mj and lake Butter at p.m.k. A M..J.: ;:' ,5.' 1 f.t. : :. .. ;'.!' ,:" 'rf 1, .. //1", .
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beginning Jan. 16 through March 9. <;10...* are sponsored by the Bradford Hospital 'to register. Also, sponsored. by' ,the W Institute of Food end Agricultural.$cleftt.... ARV'>d i({ .. I" +" .l. ."', .. li,...'; ;"! :.\\1.-1..6i '
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., The I I. dedicated to the performance and playing of ctasslcil Instructor. .? 'Wit:..:: h. :: ft'6'u,. ... ; nightan.'hQ,/ ; at'll-30"r""j'' : ''
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ByMarkFrledlln tions." said. "It was one area 'that : immediately
I' BCT Staff Writer Two "intake" workers Linda Gill- stood out as being in needof "
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!f: : Starke's new Foster Parents and Ingham and Janice Joiner, handle more attention This is an area that
,'1"j j their children, brought together by complaints when they first come into requires close cooperation' betweenour
'\-f-::' the inception of a new HRS program the office. These two heavily trained staff and the local schools(
' r,1; \ here in Bradford County,will go into anew staffers can work with a family, The Bradford Foster Parents
'J! 'I, : year that promises to be brighter determine child for up to 30 days to Association has now been in operation, .
"*.-. than ever before, according to HRS the exact nature of the pro since October, 1983. >'':;*,. .
'"*:' : Program Coordinator Wilda Doherty. blemwhich( can sometimes complicated Foster parents and children
I i L :, "This year was a big step for us, we in itself) and to suggest solu- celebrated Christami with a big party
A,: : think the program here is progressing tions to the problems. along with Head Start program kids,
t very well," Doherty said as she sat in If a particular problem can't and participated In the toy giveaway, A
,,5 t her office on South 301. "The children resolved within 30 days, cases are put on Lawtey Correctional: 'a i y"
and young adults who now have foster then assigned to a Protective Service in December. r/ r
parents can look forward to a much Worker! like HRS staffer Laura "We have many people to thank r .
better life, thanks to the efforts of our Jolley who handles the staff calls here in Bradford and Union
'?- volunteers members of the community "long term crisis supervision". counties," Doherty said. "The
w and of course the foster "Laura works with some familiesfor citizens in this area have helped to
", parents themselves. We are op- periods of up to two years,"' make the beginning of our program
timistic about what we've accomplished Doherty said. "These are problemsthat here very successful and we hope to '
': but we still feel we have require long term counseling and continue, both to expand the programand .. "
only scratched the surface as far as supervision, problems that are deep- to continue the projects we've '' .... \ ,, .
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the problems that kids without must be ready to form a long lasting Some of the businesses and eltisens .' u.. 'l r..
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parents face every day of their lives. new program "
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o. i strong start. I hope we can keep it children only and the growth of this' Alderman, Ann Miller, The Buddy ". [;,"'
I up and expand the program as we go program is what convinced Doherty Fund, Starke Women's Club, Mitchelland Helping Hands... .", 1(:
I along." and her staff that the foster parent Jan Powell Lawtey Correctional Foster children In Bradford and Union Countles'who HRS staffers formed the first Bradford County' Footer'.:
f\; i j'. Doherty and her staff formed the program was needed here in Brad- Pat Welch, Randy Jones, Margaret participated In the toy give-away put en by Lawtery Cor- Parents Association last October + i

new group, called the Bradford ford and Union Counties. May, Eckerds Drugs, Sharon Schuts, rectlonal inmates shown here, got a big boost when local ., ", ; ', '
: Foster Parents Association,early last The foster parent program was a John Riggs, Madison St Baptist SEMINAR "
I year when it became apparent that natural outgrowth of our delinquentchild Church, Hoy's. Grocery and..James FREE INVESTMENT '

("I Bradford County residents could not services program," Doherty O'Brian.PRICE. FLORIDA'Prese'nted by Buchanan Co.,. Inc.\ t.,. \\1-;';; .
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"r I,r Gainesville here."We've HRS office to provide services THEATRE "Tax-Free Municipal Bonds"Starke .. ," ,\

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"I.i t staffer, Diane McLellan. "We just h,, .*Interest earned j Js free from all federal income,,taxation. :. B ;1Complimentary ;
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Union County meets at the food stamp 10006) ) ) N. Dale Mabry Suite: 213 o Tampa, Florida 33613. '
1. office on Mondays from 7-9 p.m. aEitij ;

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encouraged with the response shown Relska Gordons Lord TERWILLEGAR MOT RS
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for one particular child," Doherty ex- LTR LTR "
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any. child who happens to be in 0 LTR ;

1 need.The"foster parent program came as .6. 9 o 749 Little: -Miss & Mr., T-Bird'': !' .

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J.-' '' i, C.rolyn Inv.evyt .there is very little), or no public acceptance
.i :. \ CTtloHWrH.r' of the people involved in to- "
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I) &'WhenherUf Dolt* Reddish gets 'day's drug..trat lc./ v t II I
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Moonshining was
fthejblues -as Sheriffs sometimes do; .av i
dime' business, compared to the current
a'he! has A hiire-f ire' cure. He' simply
high'stakes' drug business, Red-
swivels hla desk chair around and !
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,looks;at the photos of former Sheriffs dish explained.. 1> .,
on his'office: wall. ." Comparing Bradford County; law.enforcemel
",Fiv!*of, these stalwart ) 'in the 50s; with\ what it ''!
gentlemenwere
/ murdered and another was has become in the 80s tiqso'; ) a study'in a
t gun- '
}>;ned, :down: under mysterious'' 'circumstances contrasts, .
Walt in.a period 'of 28 "Years agd t knew personally byname
years, from 1885 to' 1912. : at least 90 percent of the people
During this :In the county-said Reddish. "I knew
same time heydey of <
gun-totin' outlaws three ,what was going on. I had my finger on
deputy the pulse of the community,i and there
sheriffs and two town marshals ,
also murdered.' were was. closeness that is not there now. Ai ; I ; ,

Just to meditate on the pictured of' There.WAS a lot more room for Imagination !I u Nl1
ingenuity and Innovation wn
some of these law enforcement
mar-
It seemed like there"was'a''greater
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tyrs reminds Reddish of the contrast !
between Bradford sense of1( accomplishment. Those
County's violent
and its years were ''more fruitful from the
past
relatively peaceful
pre of self-fullment and serb
standpoint
sent. And tight away, 'he begins to'feel ,a '
better and safer. vice to the community. 'I"

"I've never been shot at, and I've Bradford County's population has
from about to about 21,000
grown 7,500
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never shot at anyone, jie said recent-
within the of the' Sheriff'smemory
ly. "In fact, don't span
a
carry gun.
and this growth has demanded -
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Reddish who began his law'enw ;
forcement a different brand of law enforce
career as a jailer and
ment.
deputy! 26 years ago, apparently To keep pace with the demand,
doesn t need a six-shooter to the :
get Reddish' .has 'acquired impressive ; ,
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some 1' ,
ft y f
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job done. He's well armed with experience 'r r e ,
credentials. He is a graduateof 7r 'tIEr
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professional credentialsand the FBI National Academy, the National -
that too i Is a contrast between the I II
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'" Sheriffs:;Institute and the National I,
past and present. ,1 ,
Institute of 'Corrections.' Cer- <
From the beginning there were tificates on his office'wall'show that L i
signs that this former farm boy'and' .he has completed* courses*offered by :?mt cif L w iI
t Korean :War veteran:represented a the Florida Law Enforcement i I
Jf new breed of law enforcement cat.
:Academy and;the\Police Standards
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When he went to work for his dad the
''Council.' He is also a certified poli e,1nstructor.t ._ .. .
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igsoon discovered that being a jailer Reddish admits' he is a lot more pro- A Sure Care' for the Blue sh': ; I
tdidn't offer much of a challenge. ; >; '
fessionai today:, but ,he also
&! "Normally back then a jailer was recognizes;that professionalism has Meditating upon'former Sheriffs'who were shot and killed In the line of duty KEYSTONEHEIGHTSCHIROPR !
,someone who had retired from other' Bradford Sheriff who has neverbeen .
some drawbacks. "It: tends to Is good medicine for the Current County
:;jobs, or maybe someone who was'' stereotype people," he' said.. Shot at. > $$' ." .,. : ( I CC INIC' :\

;physically disabled" he recalled. ''Everything Is done by the book. You Being A Sheriff ui 1984 U much different than'fn years past Reddish doesn't ... -" J' "- ., "\10 .
f'Just somebody to sleep there"and armed with proaessional credentials and he takef' : .
:are in danger of getting a lot more 'carry a gun but he'Is well N. j'l-
other and unlock. No records ,at,all 'work oriented that people oriented; pride In his staff which he said makes him, look good. '"'" '
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than the old jail log. We"just "The dispensing Justice is more lie la unable to display,all of the placqiies and certUlcatelfattcistlngto hi* / ,V SPECIALIZING r 'IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE" '

.booked'K Bored'em.with That Just booking Was about and all.turning ,efficient now, but I wouldn't say it is professionalism. ;'***.*:, '.,.M.U.J.,.,. ..' .. I ,, ;imkW'Y-1": : ; ," -. ,' '
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i young jailer "The criminal justice'system has f 5 3r} "M t '.'iku, ,' "" ":' 1 I!" ,"11'; ,. :
started fingerprinting. and gotten very impersonal. By" that,. I, That's,one of the main underlying "J.for' almost li. That's' 45 years ,conI'secutive ...... :* \ "743. .1tf" :" to.," ,'11"', ''
photographing prisoners. He also setfclip mean distant from the people, I get reasons why criminality is where it is''today' J that the Reddishfamily has "': \ f* BACKPAIK. :,"", .: :'lie ti Wt'I'PlASfI.' ; ;' .
"case the Sheriff s Department's first .the very distinct feeling some times : :-/he declared i'The courts\ ; been in politics..on the ballotAt the .W. (BACKACHE); ., '1".1'' HAUTQ INJURIES). ''I f i '

files. ,,that we re not really here to serve' the' have' gotten So defendant-oriented ,fend Qf this term it will make 46 years' l-'iO 'e.a': 'NECK PAIN- I ,\I; :V.'i,' NUMBNESS! OR PAIN Ift P ft
f; "There were no files on" criminal investigations -. people. that we're here'' 'to self' ,that,hey have..become a stumbling and he is looking. forward to tlnak- :, SHOULDER PAIN I -'( ARMS QR HANDS !
{. back then he .explain perpetuate the system;and to see that block in the judicial process/The triar i. ing it 50 years.. v '-'>'' 'I' '*t \HHHEADACHES'\ {! 'ON','tHIJoa! : INJURIES.

just kept his own little the system is oiled properly and runs'' procedures are worse that IS years': *, i'l don t kn w,what:1t'lIays'except; ,'.',XV-, :,. .'(MIGRAINE). WORKERS COMP I
Desk s, whatever.he wanted to save, in< .... ,
; smooth..don't rock the boat..n body' ago, as far as processing cases is Cwcerned. ) .that the'people are generally'satisfied '* "{ "''?' .. ''' I
drawers f '
|r receive make any waves.do: it by the book.. They mostly are handled by. with what we're doin', or' 'I! PAJNORxUN\BNESSlN'tE6s\ .: ': :,::, f.'
formal "
any' and all that kind of thing." attorneys a backroom; shuffling; 1 they would have kicked us out a longtime .)
tralntng'and they often worked for Reddish feels there Is no such thingas papers now'Reddish /' ago.," '
without any:time off. swift and justice more, with the ,a MOSt INSURANCE PLANS PAV r ;'v ,
sure any is not pleased cur- 5J. While not to be construed as a for4krnal ;
:Shortly after Reddish went to work in Years ago* things were different. rent trend of events in his profession announcement, the'Sheriff saidrile 'CHIROPRACTIC..SERVICES, : WHICH ,ARE' ..i\CCEPTE! I \
;the Jail,an evening Jailer was hired to '
"I 'remember distinctly' be ,\os(
can very but he loves his job "J'd has every intention of making It SO'( ,
'work from 4 to 12, but that gave Red- the cases where I would arrest a per without it," he,said j fyears and,, a formal announcement 7ln Doctor of Tomwrew Wit Give No Mcdlclno. w1 '
dish no spare time. It simply allowed for murder rob> started his law' > WIG_ Hit Patients In Tin Can 01 TIM ''
son say forgery or or In I95i: when he enforcement 'ould (>e expected in the near future.: But helmet | Huntas'I I
,blm to'go' out and work as a deputy'Sheriff bery or something on Monday and on; career 1' he had 'several I Frame In DIet Am) In TIM Cause Prtvindwi. 01 mum" ,.'
at'flight. On one occasion he Friday Of, the same week I would .choices.:-He' could have;stayedIn the .-: :r; EDISSN P'{,
Worked six months without a day off. ..,. ... .. ....,
deliver him to UCI, the state prison.. Air Fore as a'. ccharocjcr w' peR.6AA1V\ "' '' ) '-/**> *" "
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| Strangely enough,he loved his work%,Q,'nlat's .what' I call swift and sur $r a e-gQn It\ JiI, or '1 ,, I "".".. 1:0: :" 'I'; uiii' E U: ay Answerin'Ser U )' ro !tAr
nd became 'road depuKri ,, ,, ,
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...1.-..,. II' 'the HAt wa tUlworkinsrJAHg'AoMa:'! '':if l p mrr' driuts'tK: t"'ln tre tl1...o iet 1 <<'e if"" ." .. .& FrSlrto '\1c: : 10,.0Zies...: & Thur.. 8.;30 to, ..
liked the excitement hvakfrig f. ', \"' ,
may have: been done to one innocent stay in Bradford Count; ,the placeHewa I: "M iIf'
./arrests ,and investigating'major person 'out of every 10,000 guilty, h ; V fI: The' kindergarten' was' ,' .. ., \"; '" ', !
crimes. criminals.under the old system, but' elected Sheriff tn'1972'after established in Germany ':in '4733604K. :, :

*'; Most of all he enjoyed chasing he can .accept",that possibility. He. his fatherannounced he wag retiring. 1 1840, by Friederick Froebet.x r0 lOUNITTi BICHAgPSON _. HWY II N. ,:5''S. ''1;\ :
f pioonshinera, which had evolved into feels th tunreasonable.'concem: for "The interesting thing about that."he ; : ";

fOrt of a game with rules. and of, the'one Innocent person in 10,000 has: said v' "Is that.daddy was county v ", .' .
course penalties. There was, aentleroan's 'produced a current philosophy that J U't ',commissioner for ten years and .5' ;idE/. Si" ", ,
agreement that If moon- ''Hiterally'killing" system: .Sheriff for 24. Now},I've been:Sheriff' r. 5
shiners were spotted operating a still, .. v.. .' \ ,', ', -" :: ,
the officers had to catch them to ar-v ."': : ', III .. .... "' ..- __ ..... __ ''f' I', r
test them., If they weren't caught they, '
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weren't:charged, even though they \ : '
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2 dinighVhave peen' identified",,from, a"' : ,H",'t'J!" : U"'I' i"LIiU'Li ':
-distance. J nattOB@'j" vr'CI! .
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"I can remember at one time in the : ( '
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late 50s .we bad, a moonshine still '

behind nearly every stump' .said 1'GiorI'd'.; '
Reddish. '''And 'rem..emberSeeinthat ; : t

Jail yard completely full of stuff"we ,.: .' d .
; had salvaged from the stills,We' / : 1

i would sell,what we'could and make, '.. .t ; 't-: ,
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little money out of. it: ; < ;

I Moonshlnlng was a trade'sometimes : S ': U\ :
handed 'down' from : ,1'' .

1 I generation to generation; and ..aej -- t\\{ e. ; '

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of Starke is scheduling an'Ashram.forv: C ',i I @,

January%7-28'_ 1.'nat.OU .
The word Ashranv pronounced! C a..: '
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Ah'shrum) is from the Sanskrit, .. .
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meaning 18 "a"retreat.. Christian, 'I .. \ (
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leaders .with their followers go apart r

for a disciplined, united group quest l :
for, deeper spiritual growth that '. f;!rl' ; / ;". \ I, :.,., -.;.,. -.' ; I
makes God more real In one's daily ;'
living 'N's t, 1 ,2 t t' 1 ,
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can be one while differing about many
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marginal things.,One of the Ashram I.

mottosi.ta; nBere"4W,,' enter!;;a {{ fellowship sometimes) we will agree'to .
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differ, always we,will'resolve to '," \ : brushed canvas." boggy ; ,':'t i ipocketbaslceatls'and I
trousers'with "pleats >>
love and unite to serve. The only re- .
qulrement for Joining the fellowship la,, ...\ 't, ', ; ] : J .t 1
that you come aa you are,but that you 't c' iJ .." C ; O.O. ,tit;: yoke back pants with ta= t .. ,

Want to be different to be the person ..' ?:r.' 'f 5'n'" i ring and snap pockets. '1" If.I I
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t God Intends you to be! .Someone called,' ( :. 'kt1 (' ''' ". #" : Junior & misses sizes.* \ )'
the Ashram a "healing of love to' \' V "' i
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mind and the NIriCoo; .'.' i ,50;: hj" fig 5 '
body, i: { Skirts'...:.'.:....,_ >y 7 Ea. '
V; Dr. Paul Waper,' nuDato!' of While -. ,
Ashrams for North America' la the Supply Lasts : ',., '
j evangelist ,He;' 'Is a .returned ,missionary -. ,, -'t'' I Ij'j
, from India, where he was an] > ; .
.! Evangelist and conducted Brother E. MOI l sews"f:/ : tbfe kr 'OAXE' "

t Stanley Crusades. He has beenwtdelVtwed t.:1
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' '.' One Car Accident DtMVId Lester O'Qatna'':of Jacksonville bulance Director Jerry Wt1 ort:' ': John Robert Braswell was arrested J'. n.D e Traffic' Check 31 and fool. game on
was arrested January 17 and ,, The bullet entered into his right '/ anuary 13, aCl'ordlb'i'td' obperiW. > : 2,
Two Females Injured charged with driving while license armpit, but there was not a serious InJury ,D Langston. The, smelt of marijuana, 4,;;\j Js 147 Arrests ]" _r D. C. Robert* of this
3 northbound 1978 Toyota suspended,according: Trooper Ken- sat l.. tlsOIf.# f.3, coming from inside the car caused; inej ::1}XtaSSunday, January i, 22 troo !t .part of the crtpclnflent. "(t
:,, i Vs times last Friday night south of netb' thridge. **; Cross' 'wai treated' at 'Shands trooper to search the vehicle which and supervisors assigned to the SOth detail, the people were
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Starke on U&301 sending both oc Bond for the charge was set at$200, Teaching Hospital liv.sGalnesville\ '''revealed less than 20 grams, .\ of, .. martJuana. : ,I'Anniversary Orange FosgvjtMa ft. ,?._?_,{ pleasant! ,and we j&na no pro'blem.:1 -
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to his own where he was treated and reIeasedYMan 7 ( held Dade waa1 part of the squad
cupants the hospital. O'Qdinn was released' on an aU day traffic check hi '
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Ann \ :Braswell waat released, beroosted covered the.beckroads ( south
Cathy Cooper, 18, of Orange recognizance. ,', .r'' County.
During. the six
Park, driving the vehicle, ran off the 'j ) : a $250 cash, 'bond.O"7i ;; : Bach the Florida Highway County, on Sunday.
";' i corrections and
When : 23
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pavement onto the Horace Ronald Knowfes'was: arrested Injured Patrol Iroopertto period
east!shoulder,overcorrected a contingent'of !
,I to the left causing the vehicle January 18 on aJvvarrant for a ,Treefalls In Union (01 ;i\\ .assist local law enforcement with M citations.,People Just'-'don't" have
to overturn in the 9:33: p.m. accl- traffic violation CNVDL, accordingto was (Lake Butler Man the increased traffic and crowd con. drivers license. down there.. said
,dent according {Q Trooper Kenneth Deputy Paul Stegall.! ,-,. -., Charles !accident[Alachua in- ',' for, pyjfe';; ;: ;:vvA <'trd,iduring the parade andfC Qit a1l Roberts; tr-
jured in In Union County ;jArrested '' ,
Ethridge.. knowles was released,after he paida an game1! ; This year, there was a one daY .' rid
Cooper and a passenger Tracy: Lee fine! of $80,50.Itike : t( Tuesday when tree' fell on him according ; 80-year-old Lake Butled ttian'waa.,kbreakllbetween, the on, ,, ; Page 7
'Smith, J9, of Tampa were taken by \ to Union Ambulance's Ralph, '.'' arrested January 11 and charged with,? d. ''II'' parade; '.J I ,.... "A,'1'J,
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Rescue '69( to Alachua General Walker. \ ''driving under the influence, accord .1'
Hospital, according to Paramedics City man Fischer was taken to Shands, rdlng to Trooper J. H.HorteUJ t '
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Paul West and Scott Taylor. : arrested'for> grandtheft Teaching. Hospital where he was 'iRessie :.Griffis' { drjlving ,a 1977 ;, RHYTHMIC cf1ROBICSlComo :
Damage.to the vehicle was $8,000, treated and released I ? Cadillac,was unable to slow for a 1982 "
totaled. in Union, ,';Toyota which was slowing to make aleft Work-Out With Us

Charges are pending 'according to 'l crt'1.ee'AJtxatldei' 33.. ,'" turn''east' onSE 2nd Ave on '
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the, accident report. > ... by the Union Bounty Sherifrs, 'W, Flat/Man Arrested"Eor 'SR OO. Q''A New Class;
Rescue,60-vraq.assisted.by.;; EMT '''Department on Monday on charges or Pot! Possession Damage''' to the Toyota, driven by' &i '
Randy Gaskins and Firemen Nelson' grand theft, possession of a firearm! Tasha Ward of Lake Butler,was$150. ro '" ;
'qreen and Terry McCarthy. by.a\,: convicted felon and dealing in A 25-year-old Ft. Walton Beach Griffis was cited for following too ,, I beginning
.. stolen property.' man stopped for Unlawful speed'was close In addition to the DUI charge.:
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Is Recaptured off with a boat taking at the a SO-horsepower.home of Henry motor Lee' .' .,f, .,.' ,Monday .&, ,,ednesday

A 38-year-old inmate -at Lawtey McDonald of Raiford on Jan. 7. The 1 ;' ,5:30 '
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County work squad after lUnch' Jan,,8. <, Corner of 24th,Avenue South & Forsytl)toad '
last Thursday only to be recapturedthe .AI xander is presently.being held in / 7 W ek 2780
same afternoon I the' ;union County Jail and bond for Take 100 South to 24th Avenue turn Right'itd'farrn'Open t,( ), $>,,

,Robert Cecil Gustin Walked away the three charges was set at $ ,ooo.in '
Friday &'' Saturday 8:30-5:00: : FIRsi''URITEDMETHODIST" '
from the work detail January 12 at aI /.i ,
proxlmatelY,1l p.m., according toSuperintenaent -gror a Favorite of '
Varieties landscaping &: Potted Plants CHURCH
James Wainwright.Shortly Youti InjuredIn :
I after Bradford County was Friendly Atmosphere* Come See Us
notified that Duval County Sheriffs ,Shooting Accident, Church ,Hall,. Starke
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suspected Gustin was in a Randy Cross of Lake Butler was injured k' ..473-4106 ,473-3784
house in Jacksonville _
when the .22 caliber 964.-7109 '
h 'Gustin surrendered peacefully gun he Saturday: was handling acidentally By, Appointment OnlySpecials Regularly5i I 'Register at Class,
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: 3:30 p.m. as press discharged, according to Union Am- 1 Bath McFaddsn, '. ..Mi* .TW en.
:;:I; time he is still Jn' custody of Duval Dana so VMMK *
5; County Jail.Arrested .
with Gustin was Charles II. Iii
... W. Robinson; Jr. of Jacksonville.
Robinson was charged with aiding an
;:; escape prisoner,according to a Duval Farmers Mutual Exchange
I;'i1 Sheriffs Office spokesman.
Gustin, was sentenced August 13, 2226 N. Tempfe AVe, 964-6951 Go with the Quality yjjDeserve
a 1982 to 15 years in.Duval,County on ,
two counts of manslaughter.
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Union County authorities are still FEED BLOCKS ,

::S5T'a: i'i Ii _searching tho, .home for,,of two Mark men,and who entered Vonceil, $075 $4 2 5 Go With the, Winner

$t "Alvarez in Lake Butler and took$800. I 100 IDS. 10 or more "
;:;; Alvarez 64, answered a knock'at
his back door about 8:30 p.m.: last Friday Hi-Val ; BRADFORD PRINTERS. '

One of.the,two men,outside his Horse Mineral No. 14 :, ,
door asked Alvarez,-who operates a Halters .
logging business, about a job. He then $6.80 l 110 'W, Call Street. Starke, Florida 964-5764, ?: ;', ,
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pushed $11.50 '
50 Ibs. ,
;:., Sheriffs home, according Office spokesman.to a Union County Serving -Bradford' Cf>!ypty Since' ''7897 ;. ((4 I'.,. V ,

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Mrs. Alvarez' was then pushed out Dog .
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the men took $800 and fled. H a J qr! jfeJs ,, ,!,'t;" ,,. ':(' 'I
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called the sheriff's office for him. '
, Deputy Gary Seay said We WantTo
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'i//I' Obie Lee Jackson, 38T,of Starke was ",, aiagia tief* c
= ',L; arrested January 10 and charged!; wtttxI ,Admiral" 'Gibson
t_ f driving under the influence,;drivinat ; v/Ii' ,tOB _111I, -'". r:1 .. ;
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V'' 'driving while license suspended, & 4')1' :
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t while license suspended,according to, ,' -- C:=;::', ':=:::::1 Let Us Quote You :: : I
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{ 1 r'.: (Bobby an1dajorof: ; Lake Butler,, Comfort with'economy on, Your Next Prilhi.ogJij1': \

, ,j was arrested January 15 and charged around : ; >
k with no valid driver's license; accor.dIng.to .. year .
!i Sgt*3Vayna Wilkinson. '4', S'waa' ,AtkrtM_Cutott W1t wssrenryq"
" 'i, ;"Major was released" ,after he posted, 13" to 25"Starting H.s ICod IIn1t1lV.lI.bI.11I heat pump' Business Forms. I ;*"'Letterheads( "' : :: :,<

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\;'' with tog with driving unlawful'''while alcohol intoxicated blood level! A -H A i Business_ Cards' 'XorkO. : (derv ','

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J'; 800.surety Bond Looney bond for the was was,''.charges posted.released' 'was' after set "at-a ,OUR' GUARANTEE TO:': YOUl1!!! !



V Jr '""'TerryA Janaury>..Vog.1-13 ofVstarke and; charged fww with+arrested .1- '. ,' ilyMlp6o1idyl ) et us' quote you: a I price'>for your,'next printed"j job.: :If'we' can't'

; driving while license suspended,jac? :, ::: r .l, ,t beat, theVompetitions' : L Hlfeceiye a gift I
Ii. cording to Trooper Wi;'D. UngBtoa' "meet or '. price .rW '
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,,, 'arrested rfiful-wantonireckesa January unlawful: *14 alcohol'and driving charged' bloOd, drivtrwuh M with: ei.cticresbtantlaaet 4 Su t'SURGLATORA tator 6.,r1' ;" \ 'Go With'the' Wlntiertitu; "l 4iI! ;;*i.,, I''

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News Briefs lilli, f..ifuft.!\ .! 'I' ':,''f,',;. ... i r ,-

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; "y-' 4'nP1J:; IV lil' t"" A ,"' 7' : J t Jl ,number i 'FvroYner
from page Hen sop/ for $7,500. ,'" The 1973 driven by Woodrow W. Little Butler i;a Ci ri"atdt a last week.i;:'The : ra iiM' a of
Cv/lonel Bobby R. Burkett, Director Bradford Land Sales "' Ednd'Prevatt sold a parcel otfagdal ,"'64, of Lake City of the bride tllmwu.J Att9 nHR .. the,corner of ladison and Bay Sts. pickup in the left side.LlttW'was dlted' deslrii. bf hundreds feederpigs'! ,,, bw Farmbr'qJllomeeAddrr strdatton.the
y'We used thlhxtra &d _-I in Starke t<> Thomas E. Campbell for for failure! to yield the rlKht'of way by lJ'o-ht: ''J 1t1er' : \ '
,: day of concentrated ,.enforcement., nd l recorded in Bradfor | $l&;ooo,: .' :, according to'Tro Per'D. FV Pescia.. i j 'LAt ,1 t''o"iay: ; atleatlrtsony'flhiShdoyner !! Testimony by Joyner claimed that
.. .l wigtyltutitg'the -week,totalte ) ? ? i ho disease was until after
Troopers and supervisors,along wrafr" past' Afro-American,Lite Ins. Cov"sold a Clarence Taylol'29p; > of>Starkev4l ) feed apparent
five local troopers were divided intor '93"OO Mwt .... -. parcel ofland in Block 20 ofNorth passenger in the 1978'; pickup IWaS r ) argl.ijaatoA\ ; ,,1979 the,.'?t>ad feed; was detected when 198
four squads. These squads'set Up traf-,. t ;r to.oifClC32Viouin UI\1\ QrU ttgbld parcel: of la Reno to!Charles W.-Wright for$12,000. taken Union'GoQnty: ReadtMC'to' killed;oflX..the. Iltlla; e,4'arms''lA was raising piMdi d I In one, month,
the
fie check: at four locations to.checks",," -Hampton' to Dili Arthur R hulz i and. Harold,Bishop Shands Hospital where hrrWab treated hogs The Joyner civil case might '.fticfc:; Batea of HHlandale said the
drivers and equipment throughout the 'SheppaKkJr:, fdr$7S '" !o"'.lfc! n''< qI" near Hampton. than42op,0be..jury' same feed Joyner bought Is-used in
day. These traffic checks yielded 147 William C. Powell, Jr. sold 10.t CR-225 west of Heilbron Springs to 'Both vehicles Were'tdtaled';'accort have !icwitat$ tompatlJl.qaor' ,In the c: mpany'.swine operation and no
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acres of land on Bessent Rd. In Star ding to'the accident '!'" ,'r Ito \< ; poisoning was apparent to their pigS
arrests, 34 written warnings,and'560* Thomas E. Williams for report
faulty equipment notices. The total of to Ronny and April Hal /or $20,000.6 ,. '. "$4,500.' "<*" "..' ....?. -'., ,r tr ."w. ..f'. iffrW -. -;QTi9P'hayvrr; .... ,. ,', s t no? inany others who received the
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741 contacts averaged 5.5 contacts per Lm4' ; ;( !!.1 t Smith sot i' !" /f "f! ':-11arWi@r \Ise"'stipulalej', '';thai feed liming: that period.1luynereontinuedto ,
hour, per trooper.' lots 2 and 3 of Sampson Lake Shored 1 Injury in Accident' > Company Cleared A Joyner. iME' tk'Tb]I la"W&y to flIct'Jn': : buy feed for *
unit S GfXetth+ DeSfcyrtBlalsey forTheir for fe i nhp tla'a:<< year: after the aJledged-poison feed
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The drivers of three vehicles,which $ ,0f0.! |J1 ffl g 2 Pickups Totajed, j-fyj ; ,IIJ l lg t1Saths ?? .. ." '. was.bought.according. to testimony*
drove right up to the roadblock, were nWHakifasoldJots28ana t" Vi-1' ic jj'; -' '' / '. '

''charged Icated. said with Roberts.driving'.rr; while v'intox, 6'891. "b1oEk and 5;"Sbht9 Margal:F'e"Shores ,r 1 I I when A Starke the pickup man was struck truck slightly ih which injured he ,favor A Bradford of Hillandale County jury Farms decided of Lak I irt, .1..'Ii.I)....,..ji"I". '.10'I.. ,._ ..f./'....'w*.. .> *..' ,1",. > ,,"/ ''J>, .. J .j I ...., ,
.issaade J''Ida was riding was by another .',
"Statewide traffic clteckslok this..,",'' Alvin-EverettHenley: iiil00;, $1)8'oW) twoac j',' pickup tru k'dHten by; a' Lake' City ;'' ii: is N f I.t! Jlf, ..')-''- -"? .,. I I """"':4 : :\ "
man January 16 in Lake Butler .. '
type are conducted on a smaller scale 1 '1' \
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each day. Troopers issued 232,084 # etTemple Andrew Taylor of Starke, driving a ; ; ;;flw' ( Linda SU '
"givtt } fog (!
n"tto 1978 Chevrolet was eastbound'I .. 1 t'itioa1A ;
faulty equipment notices during 1982 $9,0t10.Qilbert'Q"8ndtdriib"Bell"t,5os1"' w pickup: \ s ;; | :: : ,
and from January through mid-. : : i !I, on CR-100 near Lake"Butler;when hisr r : A.TyTlerfe r .' ,
December of 1983 troopers issued r vehicle was struck by a 1973 .. ,1"-/ '11'. '" (, "
sold a parcel,.of'land 1"
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said Chevrolet pickup, which failed 'to :
notices, Burkett. Patricia I > "
272,276 (;it the of
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HOUSecl !>4"> tf., :,'tA I.Iro coat with a waistcoat of I .'" .11 11"1., .. "
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"We pull it down one stack at a tine,"|"Smith"said. Starke and was.I Fader; In promoting the first improved 1. j Va,F'.y' y*. }fi J 1 .yFniihI,: yifI. ,.j ,
"Then'we move the rollers(8pecially( made; six>wheel '.". road, now SR-1 opening up this area '. j .)", ,' s, t
undercarriages) underneath the spot Where the bricks ,J. He served as')ayor of Starke in the early 1900s. ,and ) i ii ''Tlcisis of yesterday is i" ..:: II:1" r >v "
were sitting. Every house is a little different, and they 'jolnOO other Icxjal,'leaders in organizing and1 financing the"' joke of tomorrow." j .
all have their different pressure pointsTq avojd.damaging -., tho const: ruction'of a branch line H.G.WeilsImproperly j I:':" J'I
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the structure, we nave to determ.lne. "....he...., ethose' ', .in' Starke'to. .Sampson City, near .1 ,Y'' :,: .
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they pranned drain swamp promote growJngofriceasatfom -
are"wajr in advance'
,pressure points J-E'{ (no.
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The Builder:... T. V: :* J; .j L ;.vj.1 fls- I A Plte']c?"'*ol hiJf n any business activities, "Colonel"Peek .n .... . '., 'y
Comer L. Peek,'who built the Perryman home, was a J' "
built a new home for his large family, using the ; ,
native of Culverton,Ga.and came Starke"in 1877,near colonial style of Architecture of the home where he was .-' knq.\V'YOq'l ., "I. Jr', ,
the end of the Reconstruction Era! He was headmaster born in Georgia.fThe two-story house, elevated high off : ': '
of Starke first organized school, the Starke Male'1c the ground in the Style of many early homes of that I .....: .
Female Institute, for&everal andJaternW,.,, '!jjeriod.'Wttf located on half a block of property between (;a'cpettpg '
interested in real estate and land development..He Call Street,, the main business street of Starke and,, aPp rClan'rlsks'assocfated: with diets high in fats,
bought extensive waterfront property on' Kingsley Lake,' L.MadisouStreet.,.one of..the early't'esldent1alstreets in the t ipalorle'sr. i Cholesterol( and Sodium. To}: help reduce'' ,
east of Starke; and Subdivided itInto; lots In 1901.) : He ,
popularized the lake as a summer resort for residents of growing'"city. "risks, this ''class will help students evaluate what( they, .
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.. ft, actually eat dayto-day. Positive practical choices will
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Girl Scout NcwtfScouts 9 3 A 'be glen for breakfast lunch and 'dinner; Information;
will also be given on the basic riutrlenti'siructureofpoctj ;

will be taking orders through [ !iu ./
January 29 for the annual cookie sale. EARLY FEE: $25.00; T-THE.D.OOR.:. $30.0O ; IS
This year you can get all your NOW' .; .;; Wednesdays; January 25, February 1, 8 G 15, 1984;
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favorites, the yummy Samoas, AVAILABLE '
wonderful Chocolate chunks, almost /i"1; (\ ,1 6:30.8:30.pi-mL:, ," '
Trefoilj '" ,: "" "f-o? .Yo.y'rtH.rri'et EriidrloinmenJrf' 1
calorie free ,: 'great :
Tagalongs, and the ever popular Dot a' ,- '.< installed carpet .- sr -, -.r. "siw' .s.r o w -- -, -. m., sr;

Si-Dos and Thin Mints. A special wrinkles and can be dangerous as Nutritional .
Course
cookie called the Medallion is in Cooling Registration
PI- well Wrinkled
as unsightly
celebration of the 50th cookieversary. :, F HItN1I I carpet can cause someone to fall Please register/ me lab/w course'(Med below/ I understand that If I do not pn-rrglster. '
The Medallion is an assorted pak,half < .-, and pan by '.00 Anton the/ weekday before the first f/-. I will have to pan an
and result in
southern pecan praline and half colonial possibly. an injury aHhe-door registration fee also understand that once! the class;' ; begins, the ,
shortbread supremes. This is nc'reason'why installation registration. fee becomes non'refundable.In .- .' '
Thanks to all the leaders for the J of carpet should;be left to a the event that fewer than ten (IO)people register lore course.also" understand, ,
special parties and events they planned professional. It takes trainingand that the coune'matj be cancelled andwill/ be notified by phone In-puchjvenl. my, .'
and prepared for their troops dur- specialized toolsj to stretch ,refund tulll! fe mailed to me (or credited to my.appropriate charge card.) ...'. ..? _.,k,
ing the holidays.The. sing at the nurs- and Shy.carpet so that a.-nat t 1f\U"- : ',. .\ .
ing home was a big success as usual face Is maintained. On the other .. 't-\a" (, ,>I ." .\ 'J. '" '.
and the parade was a sea of green. 179v* JiJ. _j -tucks itootigljtjy l ..),J....\. .....-". J. .,.. .1wbva.J .ro) 10 "' .lfIN seats" / "f
OoHsrtlborb ash
scouts marclwJ rtWlatie S&ftl f 1 l'tta .ment dama k 0'r i"1&f 1i 711i@l. @ 1emUl 10'eUo'N .J 'tJr.qar$. H- hrl4'' ...
,Chribtmai | aUil24&Jn Cb3* ) true 'rpe .'MluH a"... )()enJott .mnbrldllnflt1: nwh" :Rntgat "' ,'
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Daytime TelephoneD .
ateoj! represented, the; ,BQOuJa.,4a.tbe "
let :hours: peci Ity Al w
Lake Butler parade the same morn J I Us >. advise l you on the proper }ll qf W"' ;;": '.\ ";Q(?..", ...,,1'1: .-4.v "J;, :
ing. eel Juon -of carpet and pad;;as t' ,
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Personal Check ; '
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Thanks to Lodge No. 35 of r I I
the F&AM for -greatcookout5: 50 .'well, as,install .ti? Sefe us todaj, ,. O Mone{ .r ,*" :/llSi 'i j1-\: igr ike; fortharge:.cards:
following the parade. All.scouts and\ O Cash in .. i "
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Masonic Hall for were hotdogs, chips'; and Toa'ly.Tilo&Cair ; D Master a nl.lJ; oi ; A.f-f.;'t: t,! ,'I r.}1; w '.f. E:Jcp.: Dete

tea. It was a special treat that D;Visa No. i ,, u T r. Exp." Dete.---r- ''
IBradti4rd'l4ospital
titi=e petH; :; i13I' ,I '
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everyone J6.c; '
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Leaders will be in training this A**lei t' > r :
month with basic leadership being offered ;, ... Over 1,000 more titles, available : roSt.. .l 922 East Call Street' tFr ; ->
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by Laurie Mullins at the t r'.k.F'torida\ .' "' Starke FL; 32091 i.;4-
Methodist Church on Sunday after- ,,964-7423, .. (, .1 '. (904) 964-6000. ext. 147 .
noons. If you are Interested please I ,' 7 .nrntsr hi Swa Pe HeaAlK.re: ey.oanl,,, : ,:
call Laurie or Diane Tierney. ., ,./ .
The NeighborhoodService'TeamMeeting ..
332 W. Madison Starke 964-7701
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Thinking be there. Day to finalize Neighborhood plans h' "for",Event the, !,r 1 1t t W Steirq Steer', cone! Wes: its "

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Aunk I "Mae" Ben'nett' ,':"' \ '.'; .' ,. ." .< '' "I' ,:'.,\,,"\,;..:.... .,, ':, .' I want to thank all the Church'bM i :("forgotten.. thoughlfulncss' l will.;' ..eVf\. be. .- n,:;,'i ; '! .., I ,..: I;f"
Mrt. Annie.. Mae Funeral nieiYICCs,were Mld.1'ues'day. God people who extended comforting \
Starke. died' Wednesday Bennett, Jen.59 Ii',.at'Shlind' of Jan, 17, hV\ the DeWItt C.Jones ympathy and help In our recent Borrow "y t, WlfipiadFamilyM
(rover C.Davis
with Hv. .nd for and '
Chapel Den'Denton oftlclatlng. the rood flowers
Gainesville.w Teaching.. .' Hospital. : Burial was in Lawtey .their prayers and the love they shared We wish to express our appreciation :L4. 'r ; .
8 ...tk and>tatsed i in Georgia1,. Mrs Cemetery under. the direction of with me. I also want to thank my for the flowers, the cards,
: Jones Funeral Home,5U E. Nona St., neighbor A thanks to Rev; 1'CrS iatslat
Bennett had lived In'the Starke' special telegrams and food In the hours of :
for most of,her life. She of area the arke. "' .Waller. ,r Mon, our pastor. Thanks bereavement. May. God bless you ,. ., ,,..... :
Be ptiarfaIUlJ' '1. was. 'also to Jones Funeral Home and all ,,curd keep you. .' .. ."..,,.- .. ', ""') ,.' .
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Lewis David Richard the staff and special thank-you' t "
Survivors' "In ltldd a The Family of
her husband Norman'sRock
Thomas Bennett of' Starke ; Lewis David (Dave) Richard,70,of Dr. Peter\ ''.Claims, he was sweat and Mrs.Ella MaeTownnley '
; one' Lake Butler died .Jan. ,
Sunday nfghtj -s. ----- ---- --- -- --
daughter :Anett Crews of' '
Starke
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19 aer'
atShand'sTeaching
Hospital ,
four ": y'ot' Dallas.Texas ,
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apparent heart attack. .
Gray Dohald b f- Jacksonville( ar1etta and Ga.Ellis. Gray Gene Born and raised; ', In Union County>> ,.''-., : &ctaia I $. .1'19.
Mr. Richard -was ai retired aut I ,
oI..oallasGa.t OM sister, .
Dorothy ,
mechanic and.Was a veteran of World 'W t
Lee Bowen of Lakeland. Ga. .., Y, robert harris salon f fI. .
War II. He wu also a member of the a '
Funeral services were held Friday. First of Lake' .-,I.: j I'' 990'Catfish.
ChristianChurch ;
Jan. 13: at 4 p.m. In the Chapel" the Butler!', .I' ; L964.8431 i . .11
"' .i 504 W Call Street StarkeI.
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An'mor'Tl! illie 'Fl(ineral Home i "with'the ', -
Survivors Include his wife, Mn. ,
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I Rev,, isnny Foraker.orDclaUni. 'Doris {Ucbard; met brother Frank :. ', .. c
Burial s.ln Crosby Lake Cemetery,1UqffanW Richard,",both of,Uk.'Butler; two .> ,I. Mullet .It 69
Starke Funeral l Uonivof. 1: sisters,: Mrs.:.Ruth ',Welch of Lake ': "Would: : : like to Welcome 'f '

Li chfef*> ?ofarrangeinentsi: "*", & 'h' '' Butler,and Mrs.Mary.Hind of Pompano I .. I ,$68,9,
Sophie K. Spires Beach and several( nieces and) '. i I Large Shrimp (Headed .: o..m. '
Mrs. Sophie K. Spires, .1, .of'' nephews.

i at Iness.Hawthorne her,home SpiresSoVeoTfo, died fopbwfng k,)Wednesday$V' n extended Ue,J Jan/','i.In" ,.Christian ReV.Funeral.'"J8II.17.Bill Church service at 11 of*"a.m.Lake were in Butler held the*Tuesday. First with- '.::1 I 1I 1 : ,;;{'. Tammy :, Gilhooly I'I'I I I I Ia Ilr Indian; River Fruit


F 1956Mra moved 'w.. In Deklo CuingBurial \ ..
Mla T'1'Id' in 1961 to' : ', i
Oranges GrapefruitNo
direction of Archer Funeral Home, ofLake .. '
Washington, D.C., returnlng-to the [::- > :,
,Ilawthorne-Melroee area ten year \;," ;Butler; '1 .: to our staff fretting temperature on this fruIt

?ago. She was a member bf the Trinity<., J j ', '., .Aaron D. :.. ..
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;i j Episcopal Church of Melrpse! Infant:'\Aaron Drayton Blelling 22 '.,. : Call about our introductory AI 9 0 '

t Charles Survivors E, Spires include of her Hawthorne husband';;- :,months Jan t2'In'died Shand's Thursday afternoon. '." :'1 ', HAIR ., Tomatoes.,..:... . ... ... .11; Gf .
(three sons, Christopher and CharlesE. Teaching. Hospital CUT SPECIAL' '
Spires, Jr., ,f both. of';Miami and Gainesville.. .I i iI 2 9Norman's
Sweet Potatoes' .
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;[Gregory of lnter1a hed'one brother andone Carlton'Survivors! and'Include Gayle*'''Bielllng, parents; one, I for men, women & 'children ., Georgia k..I .

t Gregory sister Kostibasof,Kay Katsufrakls Hawthorne of Miami :brother sister Karl, Jered Renee,Cart BielUng BielUng; his paternil ; one 1', ,' 1 '
and three grandchildren: Kent and : Farm 'Produce
(Danny of Miami. "and Amber of In- grandparents,'Mrs and Mrs. Carl I CJ .
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BielUng; his maternal grandmother
terlachen. :843i I'
( / Mrs. his 'g64 And Seafood:
Funeral servlce4-were held at 11 grandmother Mary"Gray Mrs.; paternal Bielllng great, all ,' : I ,
Gary
-a.m. .14, In '.t '
Saturday Jan the Trinity 'of Lake.Butier; and. his maternal ,,. ; U.S. 301 North 9646471Starke

'({Episcopal Father Fred Church Yerkee,, ; Melrose and ,,,'atberWJUam' with grandfather Funeral services Clyde Johns were held of Ralford Saturday .- L_-- ____ ', ; ." ew... _w r..W__-t. /-- ...

\ Poppell officiating. Burial Jan. 14.at 2 p.m. In Providence
was privatewith the'JonesFuneralHome .Village Baptist Church with Rev. Art
> of Keystone Heighta'incharge' Harker officiating. Burial was In Old I
[son arrangements.. Providence,;Cemetery under the 4y; 'Sop'er'UsedFurniture.
Mary Wolfe Starling direction of Archer Funeral Home ofLakeButlerv S'.S : S

'Mrs. Mary Lou Wolfe Starling, 45, ,, .
;of Lawtey, died Saturday'Jan 14, In .. ,James'E.Wlnningham .:. ,' l'. ".., I f", ', .
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.Bradford Hospital following a suckled." .James Edward (Eddie) Winn--'' 'M'.. .\ ,.., ..' "" t. .SAL:E ; '
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Born lnp'ayton'Oblo.'Mra.'Starl JIg Saturday morning Jan. 14, following' ,J t t'I '.. ., ", ;.
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|i Survivors' include two daughters, Survivors include one slster4n-lawv : .
|Mrs. Debbie J. Anderson and Miss Mrs. of i .
Dorothy,Wtnnlngnam. Lake
Tammy L. Starling, both of Lawtey; Butler and several{ ,nieces and
ne son Ricky E.Starling of Lawtey: nephews. Heavy Duty
se sisters, Mrs. Pauline Frey and '. Home Safe
held Tues'
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Sandra Dowler both of Dayton; the ., "
day Jan.17,at S In ChpetotArcher .
bhio,and Mrs. Barbara Little of Ernest Mon- Funeral. Home p.m of Lake Butler'- Smith:Corona, By Sentry .' ,.-: New Hsu:'314srhJiWn, .
cello Ky.- four brothers;
with Bro/ Dan Jarrett officiating. ] .
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FOR RENT HELP WANTED CARS, TRUCKS ;i HELP WANTED, ';S-j\'fij'_, E' 'uSplnefCensol 'i\. : ,' ,h\'L:,.:",'1. R .ALE, "

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& BOATS REAL ISTATI lICENSINOl ,. ,... "
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS In Lake '\" '
REALTY REALTOR MATURE-RELIAblB FEMALE to work full .. ".,... fr.. IR/A/ ScNoof.* of Real! f.state'. hone City : ,*. 0_ .av 001.".,Wored: :'.'HANDMADE'DOLIMak.s: a sar.at gift
.,1'"'I' Rental Property Available or port time. Split shift on weekends." I97S? Oldsmobile townado.1: 755-4006 TFN 7/14 Responsible party to take'Over low for'all age, all occasion. 1 l..p"JOO )
Bartender. 1/5-12 2tchg $1,000
M 4732643. monthly payment on spinet! piano. POLL for.mobMe'home
In Keystenei 2BR., IBath home, Alt:. FM/AM radio. Front wheel drive GOVERNMENT JOBS-: Thousondstof AMPUTfg7Y;
./ fireplace, $225/mo. Comfortable Call vacancies must ,be filled Immediately Can .b e! seen Iop< lly.. Write Credit ,; ,7.$100,00. Phone\ 96.3601..1-.Pd,
car 473-2210
NOTICE or $17.634 to $30,112. Call Manager: P.O. BOM53? Shelbyvllle, IN WANTED Responsible party te assume
{ Semlnele Ridge: 4Br, 2'/ Both quiet 473-4648 for appointment ta. 716.842.6000. .
t' $400/mo. see Ext. 35625. 2-chg 1/12.19 61'164-pd 1526. small monthly'poymert"* on Spinet
k t t neighborhood JOHN DASHER VANS BRICK HOUSE FOR SALE'BY' OWNER :
Comm.rcl.lProntag.r In Melroie. Off CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted GOVERNMENT JOBS Thou.ond of 3 Console Piano. Can be teen locally.
(7;; Latchstrlng Road. For mar. Info call to the lake Region Monitor office WHOLESALE PRICES vacancies mud be filled Immediately. BDRM 2 BH. W/W carpeting Central Write; Credit Manager, P.O. Box 209.
.: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY, In writing and paid In advanc. On new 1984 custom vans. Starting at $11,634 to $50112.; Call 71 .043oOOO. air/heat Fence, ever 1/2: acre.land. Breese, IL. 62230. 3-pd 1/19.2/2 ,
REALTOR 473-4961 unless credit i I. already established $13,800 plus tax, tag, and freight. 13.3 Ext. 35625. 2-pd 1/19-26 433 S.E. 2nd' St. Lake Sutler Phon. ARTICLES FOR SALE Satellite TV$799 to
;,1"\\\ with this offlc. percent bank financing. l>.73-:.441 .496.3523.4pd 1/5-26 $3995.OQ factory.Direct. Free Catalog.
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/.:r t' f MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Alachua, Florida 163.3375 ,|l/22 FOR RENT J FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES Couches. Toll-Free 1-800-533-3003; DBT ".0, Box

:.. ,:, J OFFICE AT BUSY CORNER facing Flam- RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 1974 OLDS 98 1100. Call 4737057.', k ,baby beds, rocker china (cabinet 657 Cedar' Key.. Ft 32625.: 2-chg
1/12.2/24tchg Cedar closet, sloppy-oe| sets, sofa 1/19-26
." from SR 100 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
but b.
Ingo St. can seen Prim.lacolion.Call THE TELEPHONE. MOBILE HOMB: BDRM. furnished with ,bed, fholrst double and tingle' ) beds,
: and SR 21 intersection.
,1 473 3411.1/5 tfnchg Classified deadline Is Tuesday noonprior FOR SALE t ;.PI. washing machine. 121', North :In table and chairs, buffet, dressers, 2 BEDROOM 1/ IIATHI.l ully,furnished.
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PARTIALLY FURNISHED 3BR, 1 1SL bathmobilehome to Thursday publication. Rallord. Phone 431.16U. 1 -pd i 1/19 chests, lamps' Greoo electric' Guitar S/W,mobile horn. on two lot: With
1 Minimum charge 15 words for$2.75, AM and'FM Stereo vanity's, andtables chain link fence. In Breaker.
In Melrose area. Large SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC .
t Responsible coupl. wanted then 10 cents for each word thereafter, pipe and fitting Water softeners. INSURANCE T coffee tables, refrigerator, 1-483-1777. Itchfl 1/19 .
\ porch.
p 'f electric stove:8 miles North of Raiford
t IJ, 41 .1368. 1/5 tfnchg Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hats", FURNITURE Matching, washer/dryer.
'ii! i IS!. FURNISHED MOBILEHOME Lorg. PERSONAL SERVICES 473.4006 1/5 tfnchg ,' MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. .275.2908.1-pd on 229 to BoyCe 1/16 rood turn right. $300;'. side by side, refrlg., usedless,,

'1 living room and porch $170/month GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPPIES AKC. lake Avenue, Lake Butler 4963978.' 'Wantedi Responsible party to assume' than one year $325, double bed, $60;
plus deposit ALSO- 2BR. furnished MH Registered. Champion bloodline Male Complete Insurance Service. TFN ,mall twin bed, $45;'drop leaf maple table
monthly payments onspinetconsole
t 1"" 3160/mo.'Cell 16846634. 1/5 tfnchg2BR. CARPENTRY AND MASONRY WORK and female, both owned ''by..II.r. ., w/2 benches, $150, Early Amer. sofa
r:{ COTTAGEi with lake front, Building patios, additions, remodeling 5I50.475.2105.1/12.192tchgy* t piano Can 'be" seen $75; washer $125; dryer, $100; frost.
'I f \ v'A REAL ESTATE ;; locally. Write: Credit Manager, P.O.
homes and tile work. Free estimates
rf.t.; } $300/mo. Call 473-3334 or 282.1727.f FOR SALE OR TRADE 2BR cottage on I I12acres free 'refrlg. $.75: antique .wardrobe.
Box 521 Beckemeyer IL 62219 3
Phon. 473-4473 before 5pm. 1/5 ; -chg
f ; 1/5 tfnchgLAKEFRONT on Spring Lake Detached 2 $75; Lane cedar chest $100.782.0211.
<:v J : Furnished MH,10X44.:Couple tfnchg. car garage. TRADE for mobile' home LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECI Of! PROPERTY 1/19-2/2 Provldenc.'itpd' 1/19
;', f only. Private drive, security light. CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, and lot toward $13.500 equity or sell ? III I don't have It, I'll find It Juktoik.
Mowing/water- furnished $150/mo., kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry. for 28500. Assumable mortage at 9 JANE S. USHER, REALTOR.
i' plus deposit.' Call collect Jax. Reasonable prices. Calf 473-2477 alter percent interest. Call Dennis 473-4006, 4963126 or 496-2903 eve "Your Subscribe!
i' 125.8 I' CARPET AND VINYl repair and In. :31 ACRES CLEARED HWY PROPEKTY For .
LAKE COTTAGES on GAS HEATER 40.000
GATORBONE BTU $60
;! Lazy Boy Harriett '
Laha"' Butler,: m Matnes Realtor/
1\ Ten
stallatlons. Free estimates ale
private acreage, $390/mo. Includes y.ar..xp.rl.nc. Reel $75, Wicker Rocker $50;' 2 by owner. HWY 121 In War
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Vickie"
.. Call 496-3978
473-4217 and ask for
electricity. Rt. 1. Box 346, Keystone' Call airplane pontoons, $130.,Call 473-7717 thlngton Springs, phone 4962540. 496.2261
Craig. 1/3 tfnchgHANDYMANI 1 / Lake Butler. Florida
n" Hgts.. 32656. 1/19-262tpd 1/l9ltpd i7 -chg; REACTOR'
$:' "1'! QUIET CLEAN, COMFORTABLE 2BR. All kinds of home' repairs PACK RAT: Across from Commercial Circle '" FOR SALE
t\\ '' 2Bath house In Keystone Club Estates and fix-up needs. Nq fob: too small. on HWY, 21 N. Open Wed. through PERSONAL SERVICES
: CHI AC. weatherlzed porch. Optional Minor plumbing repairs. Cleaning ser Sat. 9 o.m.p.m.. BUY SELL TRADE. Help '
vice. Light hauling. Call Jim 473-3671, 2 bedroom, 1 bath CB home, central
lease. 481-3109. 1/19 tfnchg Coll 473-7947 after 6 p.m. 1/19 tfnchq DORMAN WELL AND 'SEPTIC TANK WantedBoys
fl' 3BR 2BATH HOUSE: Dobe St. Conv.nl.nt day or evening 1/12 tfnchg. 4 Package deal, well heat and air' : on '/ acre plus outside city

to school or bu.ln...... Family room.$300mo. SU-EL'S RETIREMENT HOME AND HOUSES FOR SALE new Installation drlll.d'lwot.rpump. of'(septic & Ctrl* limits.' '
HAIRSTYLING All under
,j CENTER one -
down.
first and
$300 security
tank and
drain fields lift station
roof. OFFERING Certified Limit I
: nursing No Age
473-3568 after 4pm. LEASE 'TO OWN Cozy lakesid'i'> :28R
Mobile home poles available. All work
:i- IBR MH Patio lak. front dock, boat. assistance and CPR trained staff, 24 house w/flreplace and huge 30 X 40 guaranteed call Tommy Dorman Part Time Only 3 bedroom, 2 ,bath CB. home, central
,",, .' N.ar Keystone. Call 473.4186. ALSO: hour supervision, for senior citizen; screen porch. Rental apartment attached 2752131 UFN 9/1 Avallabl.Immediately. heat and air Inside''' city limits on nice
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j I IBR COTTAGE Lak. front available hot meals, day week or long term 12829392. 1/5 ,
0i:: 'stay; STYLING CENTER for the public; tfnchg CUSTOM MADE Draprlei. Valance and 1 Week residential lot.
round. 1/19.26 2tchg FOR SALE OR TRADE
i'11 y.ar : 2BR cottage on 1 Spread call 496.2219 or 4963143 for
for and ,
precision styling men women
1/2,acres. on Spring Lake. Detached 2 FREE Estimate*. S and W Enterprises. ,
and SR-325 :
WANTEDUSED perms 4682619.hair-coloring 1/5 Hamp. 'car garage. TRADE,for mobile home UFN 929NETTIES Only 3 bedroom 1 bath frame home ,on 1
ton tfnchg
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Will DO TYPING In my home. Book and lot towards $13.500 equity or sell TREE SERVICE Tree removal and Tremendous Earning acre of land In Raiford.

.; USED VIDEO GAME TAPES: for Intellevl-. -reports, resumes, etc. Call .473-2898-, for 28500. Assumable mortgage at 9percent r.runlng. Also firewood oak and pine Special Meeting
!' slon. 473-4648 1/5 tfnchg Interest. Call Dennis 473-4006 Call Thomas Nettles 4963823.
1 1/5 *
y rT BABY CLOTHING AND BABY FURNITURE tfnchg .5 5 413.3634.1119 tfnchg' '\\'jQ .. Ufn 1222CERTIFIED STARKE' Hidden Hills Subdivision' corner.SR 100

iJi, In good condition. Cribs. Clothing for INTER EYE CARE CENTER: Office cateract BLACKSMITH Work, ELKS LODGE and SR 121, residential lots approximately

fk Infants, chlldr.n, and maternity. Now surgery contacts, glasses. 1/4 mile off MOBILE HOMES guarenleed- Cold corrective l '/z to 2 acre per.I lot, Owner

fJ taking on consignment for "Soon to CR-315 so. Call 684.6558 'or.toll free .\ FOR SALE horieshoelng. Phone Troy Hancock Saturday, Jan. 21 financing. ., : ., < '<; '4, '. ".. '-
'.' op.n" resale shop. 473-7893 1/12.19 1-800.3426041.11/17-2/23/84 13tpdMISCELLANEOUS > 904.151.3075.4-pd 1/19-2/9 12 NOON SHARP
2tchg NEW CREDIT CARDI! Nobody refuted).
.'GLASSWARE Old costume jewelry MUST SELL 1983 Greenhill doublewld Also (VI.ol Ma.torcarol.' Call I ,Parent Welcome FOR' RENTS One Bedroom, 1 bath 'frame..

household goods, china furniture, '' by Fleetwood, 26 X 56: 38R.,1, 2Both, 8056876000 Ext. C-IUo 4-pd Bring Pen A Pad house In Lake Butler ', I'
miscellaneous items. PACK RAT. garden tub. greatroom. CH/AC, '1/19-2/9 Don't Miss This Meeting
Across from Commercial Circle 'on Whirlpool appliance Financing .
HWY 21 N. 473-7947 after 6 p.m 1/19 BINGO..AMERICAN LEGION available if qualified. VA loan M9Y be ,
tfnchg HAUSr-21, Saturdays, 7 p.m.. and seen by appointment only after 3 p.m. I .more Starke Ads. I I
Sundays, 25pm. Public Invited. 1/5 1.375-8607. 1/5 tfnchg .' *1( I

LOSTFOUNDFOUND -tfnchg. 2BR MH: In Keystone across from Lake
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Closed Geneva. Nothing down 'owner
h FOR RENT FOR RENT
meetings Monday 8 p.m. Open finance $69/mo. Must remain In park < FOR RENT
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: Small black female spaniel with meetings Friday 8 p.m. Alanon Mon. Tax write-off. 373.1792.1/12.2/166tpd r
whit. around mouth. Contact Mrs day 8 All at Educational NEW-READY FOR SPACIOUS BR, 2 BA home with CH/A.
p.m. meetings YOU 24X36'doublewld. HOUSE FOR RFNTi 2 BR. living room, din-
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE-HOME
Stansell at 473-1714. Building Church 473-2790 '1/3 In kitchen West Call St. lots of forage. No pets. PARK.
Community on ,
acre Keystone Ing room 1 bath family room -
Mobile home and rent.
or 475-2130. 1/5 tfnchg Height with"all new, Improvement 'w/f ireplace, screened, porch two car. Call 964.5821. 11/03 tfn .poc.for
Classified AdDeadline OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No dues, 21995. ,Down payment negotiable ports. 9645559. Itchg 1/19 NICE ROOM with private both 9646035. 468.2912.9/16 Recreational vehicle tfn welcome.. .. Phone

fees or weigh ins. Open meetings 473-2X16, evenings 3753906. 1/19.26 2'' BEDROOM PARTIALLY FURNISHED 12/22 HitVACANCY MOBILE
HOMES FOR
On.
RENTI mils'from
: Tuesay', 7:30 p.m. Community Church Trailer.$1165 month. PLUS$35 deposit.Lawt.y..7B2.3332. SOON: .One bedroom pparlment. -
.. Carpet, drape*. AC, ,walled Stark. city limit. Clean. Hwyj 16
Educational "
I'' Building Keystone ttpd 1/T9w .
Ole'ntine.Gift of Lover 'r CaU46a-1323: *.... a'. .'
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Tuesday: TSpon, ., ., Heights. 1327901"5) Ifochg /i f fr' ii. ONE \vBEDROOM. 0URNIHItt. GUEST, nPOtwf) lFAlanSIrIPNPID1Ur9Mn,,(., sus
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from 7-10 p.m. Percentage games.American Mess eDeadline" ; $200 mh. 3 BR house,$175 mth.;
i;Steve Broadway Legion Post 2O2 located HWY 4 BR House, $350 mth. 9648404. 1/19 12x 165 MOBILE HOME 3 BR. In country. 168.1323,10/07 tfn

21 N. of Keystone 12/29 tfnchg \ Stchg 202UNFURNISHED Unfurnished. $165' ,month, $200 STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly
t TREE SERVICE after, : rates. Palm Apartment 2314 N.Temple
z'? Feb. APARTMENT One deposit. 964-5734 4 p.m. Taking ; -
I "' 3! Removal Subscribe Today! / bedroom, Apply at Tackle Box 341 N. applications. Itchg 1/19 Ave.. 7/23, tin
fURNISHED: EFFICIENCY Two rooms. /
Temple Ave Itpd 1/19' ,. .
MONITOR "
;' Trimming LAKE REGION 7823458. 1/05 tfn
j and CARS
Hurry & TRUCKS
;, '*Stump Removal i 473-2210 get.your.) HELP WANTED BEAUTIFUL 2 B* DUPlEX $245 month. .
1525 Geiger Rd; Lease and deposit of. '
fFreeEstimates: 11 in time $245 required. Avallabl. For Information IS IT TRUE you' can, buy |eep* for $44 .
ACTION CARPET message on Xdmlnlster
/I. CLEANING PROGRAM COORDINATOR: call 964.7153, 9646479. 1/03 through the US Government? Get the
1 r 'Firewood AND PAINTING client training'programs forSunshine' 4fchg 126MOBILE ._ facts todayl!-Cell ((312)) 742-1142, ext
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and be HOME,3 BR, l't Bath. 964-7065.
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I APART "tns ;vislorvdnd coordination of doff In daily Itchg 1/12 .19U,TOVOTA SR-5. 4x4 pickup: IWB,
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,. After 5 P.M. Call for Fro* Estimates client programming meeting HRS, MOBILE HOMES Keystone Height 5-speed: ACi; topper, $9600. Ph.
,i HOMES special guideline Organization and ability to 782-3116. 1/12 2tchg 1/19 .'
Keystone Height* 'i drawing Across from lake Geneva, Clean'no
(II, licensed ft Insured BUSINESSES 473.727 work well with other a mud. B.S.'in loa... $130'mth. Furnished or unfurnished ,"71 TOYOTAllongbod, 4-speed. radio,
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.: _..i Education or Rehabilitation Field and 473-7739. 1/12 4tpd 2/02. heater, 57,000 mile, 2 ext tires ft
tt -- .experience..; ''Incentive, wheel
S Salary plus KITCHENETTE FOR furnished $2,300 473-7941 1/12 2tpd
'I t V a) bonus from $13.500 to $14,500 depen-v Utilities. Underwood Mote 3V4 mile 1/19. '
Cabinets &Vanities ding on training and experience, Mu4, 1972 CAMARO' .350 engine, automatic;
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,. N. on 301, Slarke.; Fl. 1/12 3tpd 1/26
j' New Cabinets AUCTION be Bradford County resident. Sendresume FURNISHED APARTMENT Kitchen living 1975 DODGE. .360 engine automatic,
to Bob Larimer, Director, Sun Your choice
$700.
964.85031/12 3tpd
Cabinet R.palr'Formica '' fIt(1: .hln.ln.tu.trl. ,room bedroom $150 'mth. plus-$50 '
*. P.O. Box 509 Starke. )/26' .
Work 7 4 .32091. 964-7699. until filled.. security deposit No pel*. 9648071. 1977 CHEROKEE JEEPl. ...
Every Saturday p.m. ''Everyone We/come/ : : fl Open EFFICIENCY TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT 41< 533.2960.. ,
1119'
Itchg
964-4578 : .EXPERIENCED! MEAT'CUTTEIt/ at
TRUCK LOAD OF TOOLS Norman' Produce:964.6071/, 1X12 tfn : At low rents. Very clean and 1971 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 41.000 actual
nice. All utilities
DUE,TO THC INCREASE OUR SALES,;. paid. 964-7589. Itpd mile: Excellent condo 1000. Call Joe
Nettles THIS SATURDAY'-' TRUCK LOAD.GROCERIES : Owe need help I I need a couple of experienced 1/19 Baker, 533-2611 evening or 496-2222
'. h I talesmen. Good benefit' day*. 1/19 2tpd 1/26

USED MERCHANDISE SOME FURNITURE, -' NEW CLOTHING: ,and pay, Call Marc Stein for Inlervlewi I MELROSE'.J ---" _.------
: t Tree ''96<7500 or 372-0103 Jtchg '(19. ft Tax
. Accounting
: FLEA MARKET SUPPLIES ,-, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS J
Service a. CRUISE SHIP JOBS Great Income potent Service C TAucrioN I

j Thousands of $$$ Worth of Merchandise Available tlol. All occupation For Information S i
362. N.xtto"o. Office .
'Tree' removal call ((312)) 742.8620.xt. 1/194tpd : '

'; :i Also pruning demosslng WHOLESALE 'AUCTION' EVERY WEDNESDAY 7 PM 1'j FEDERAL STATS < CIVIL SERVICE Job 475-2199, .30 tyre.'Exp., SAT..'JANUARY 21 10 A.M. ..... I
tj 1 FIREWOOD. available. 'all.J.(619)( 569-8304 for tnr C.B. ,Isoac.,Go ,g.Masta"' ,,
,yI:; Oak A Pine Col.: Bill Perry, AuctioneerOld 1 fOr'JI 3tpd 2/O2 '. t- To settle the estate of,, the'jxrte"Jim Reid of,the i.
D Ranch
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Licensed Insured Auction Building in Melrose' Tractors; Trucks, Gooseneck Flatbed Trailers, t
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I\: Quality WorkThomas Behind Red Thompson'Realty' ; !i arne_: (Any 9 ::Scotchgard"Cleanlna Bailers MOwarj,:Shop'' Equipment' Groin Dry r.
' D. Nettles .
: ,$1--4 1' Combine,Sprayers, Booh*-4 horse Trailer, Hay

Owner '496-3823 HalO j, ..Avaaitable & fadOHkeequlpmentr ,

.., -- .. & ) ALSO EQUIPMENT FROM ,

.,1 ". ; 5995C : : fliOlRAL BANKRUPTCY COURT .

I Whofcj. .House. Special..(uv.,0 .. .Han.3ED.), h : I Autocar:twin i t screw,,bukk, yarylplahreF,"tobacco'softer. :'

)- 419 5 .J bot euttivptor;. omprefsor*,.2' fconsfrwer.
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kf:J m JANE S. USHER 1 CtWfMtDyedpxi2)( ) :,,,,. :. : ,'*.? '*f .?*. os tion trailer Ford TW: 30 '((2)) 1 1981 Mobil'

Furniture, Cleaned (Sofa & Chair.44a5L : ; irrigationsystem Homes..barwing&mowerj aluminum batwingvrfsc extenders." \ harrow. ,


: a REALTOR Your Union County Realtor I '"Nof' ,",Dellght' d,' Don't Pay! $jlo of; |i-J""RarKh, wytr;:214A.'off HWy. 31.

:1 I Bradford & Union County'and; surrounding'awt* : aBtween'M9lrow'4'lC' ",. Height'F( for
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49 -2126 or.496-29)3) S rvl ifg < -> :
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L Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye: Co. Pt H J.Campbell.. AucNoneli;
3&0 Wait Main St.. Lok. Butler: ," :. 'ark, .

t i 't'.',',, (tteenwd. & Insured)',- ((Residential .& .CommerclaOJ ): r :! T., ,: ANr."L'Z 1\\\

; 4" "" ./" Call -. 9644997Call ; '' ,AUOTIOH' > MM VIG5 .
FOR SALES New lUtlng..... ... . .,
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Beautifully decorated spacious 4 bedroom home In lake Butler. One of e Kind I Room.Space. .Room.Space. : "lilllla.Aiet i"24 Hr..S6RIce.. ft. B... Ktt.1Handi ,, i;6:4:1IA:.. tr".4_ fPi}i2H.j.73 7g1aredis.n9 '

Located on approximately 1 acre fenced end with pool..IDCAL for entertainment. By Appointment Only. Priced .
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below Value. trade for ntee 'hornet .. .. \':. / :''' : : '
Replacement Mlflht, country .
teatl4
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lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath CB home on \ acre fenced. \1.'mile from city limit of &Lake Butler. Beautiful fireplace 1" : s..l;

v.,' home hoe real country oppeeK; No close. neighbor, A REAL BUY... 1
v}, .3 bedroom home In Lake Button. on% ocre. Just one block from $R.131, $16,900.5010 SOLD SOLD ell El ElT > :, House F.; : ,
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p'l r ri .3 bedroom home On 1 acre Worthington Spring area.. Newly decorated. ,Inside and out. Ha additional structure In. : ,.

bock of home. IDEAL for IN-HOM( BUSINESS, Y, I \
Beautiful Country Home on beoutlhil. homelt with 14 pecan tree* art 9 acre, Cent.' MM,W/W Carpet.; large Ada Get.Results> iw 'Po b.eJIdg.,: .(/4tiJ: I : ,. ."
and nice bam. pnt ,
Fenced yard .
double
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,1800 plus garage. '
.2 Fireplace.bedroom Appro brick home 2 p block from ....pital. Cent. ". /A.W/W carpet.,'stove, refrigerator dishwo.her'wrpon. ; /'$ (fl04 J75-73JW! A1*.' Hnnn;, .<$* ),f 884.8024ge.. p64.4423.. t ,' ", ,.. "'"

Ideal for couple. or' ;- .... ---. -.-.--...:.....-:---. USE FOR OARAGE; ** '.. w' I :
r' t 0 ;g SHOP..iOf'I'IOCE'.. M: rORf, kt t. ': I
ACREAOEi \ ', V } STMKE FLA. ;
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fi .' 23'/t Acre* located 4 mile out of Lake Butler on SR 231.A;Cropland and wooded Super location.. 'Borders. 'j'creek.' sue i."Ai n.2..Walt R ep lot.V. .r -I .
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Nlc. < ry'ood ? "i :: 41 .. : :. : i r I'

i' .3-10 A4r.: wooded or pasture! faved rood frontage owner.llnoncedl:Idly' homelte 2 mile. .from city limit. *. : onuS. 30ti Par ma.M41'tlxA i ,.V',....::W.ve'.keoeve y '1 ; nS S ,, i
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.Jut. 3 minute_ from town lovely* homelte.' Owner flnOtlcod. Coif' "right" away :; _';*3 Alurh4ura WtadowAj) / I .

10-20 Acre Worthlnglon Sprlng.'Woadedsom. potture., 'RENTALS MMTAU,,,. fat Life kfine Alnmlenmf 7 ,. ., .. ., r
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ItNTALS' MMTAIS CAa f V)I'I(' i House iirtd 5 acres an lovely-country rood OCTOM from Old Mill F nd. 5 mltw;from lake Butler.fKiro ._ $. 1',1' r. r1F .,ry t f OrfNTluildJngsviri/cbLFrard! { 'ridUP: I
large 4 bedroom bath home w/firep' oc. In the country.located|lust ouWlde Union County off SR 23$ '!.Weal I "." '

r for famlllee who work In Goloe. vWe and Lake Water Shown by appointment, : : '.. (CvCI.d, -: C,a, C MinJ-Storao*5 I I II'

.3 Bedroem',4WPP. ..... .ttvhme) .. r I. &. Off. SIt, ..:331. ":' .- Lake, Butler,,"" ','1,,.Control" ,heel..... ",,' '" '" A"&r'.r f" $N.ailt t iMePlprkU, 5 :r'elr I

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NOTICE: PERSONAL SERVICES FOR SALE MOBILE HOMES (

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING hould be tub- CHAIN LINK FENCEi Installed Freeitlmate FIREWOOD Call, after 6 p.m.' Ask for FOR SALEA Cut Split Stocked' t

mltted to the Bradford County *. Handy-Man Fence Co., Matt.. 964-8268; tfn Vi CordDry Oak
Telegraph off Ic. In writing and paid In owner Tommy R-.ddh! 964.8559.6/09 FIREWOOD FOR SALE Talbotf Wood A W MOBILE HOME SALES! New and p WSubscribe
advance unle** credit It already -1/36 lot. On Wilson Rd. 964-3990. 1/12.2tpd used mobile home for sale Walter'' di! SiBb

eitoblUhed with this office.:: DRAINFIUD ROCK Bldg. ,tend, 1/19 (Bud) Alvares Invites you' to Come out ruJitloJar
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BC Hmerock, top toll. Large or mail ASPHALT COMPANY GOING OUT Of and browse. Highway 17 South

HELD RESPONSIBll FOR MISTAKES IN load. Ph.' 782-3172. BRADFORD BUSINESS Must sell Paver. On Time, Palatka Fla:: 325.955)ol' 328-4482.' !

CLASSIFIEDS WHIN AD IS TAKEN .OVER LIMEROCK SALES tfn 7/14 Rollmv Tandem Low Boy, '78 on* ton Star""'., call Roy Wells, ,604-5251"9/22... REALT
THE TELEPHONE REMODELED ROOM ADDITIONS pain dump' truck. Seal-coating equipment tfn fe.
Clalfled deadline It TUESDAY ting and plumbing repair*; 2$y.ara.x Ph.1.264-0539.! 1/12 2tpd 1/19 3 BEDROOM, 1'BATH:,$5500. See to C ramle Tile .

NOON prior to Thursday publication. perience.' All work guarant...... lx3Vt 6'/t FT. LONG TREATED FIELD appreciate Lana 3, Standing Klngtley S.Me.Warn frill' pF1 $64-7776 m
Minimum charg.li 15 words for$2.73, 964.7738 915'tfnEXPERIENCED FENCE POSTS $1.80 WHILE THEY LAST. lake (Off 320)). 12/01 tin EOW' OIul'loortl < then 10 cents for each: word thereafter.. PAINTER Neat work. In. 473-7674. NIGHTSi WEEKENDS> HANDYMAN SPECIAL For sole 3 BR, 2 New Work TERWKL.GAR. N., Temple"l...[!!
terlor or" exterior. Fr.. .ttlmatttReatonable 473-4764. 1/12 Ztchg 1/19 BA M/H on on. acre In,city of Star..... Repair "eI.. Grout Star'rtePREPERRID: ....'100.
YARD SALE : rote with good USED GALVANIZED 2 ft. x 9 ft..$3:2 Great:: location. Clot In. Available 9&4-4S7

reference. Call 964,5177.' 1/05 tin. ft. x 10 ft.. $3.50: 2 ft. X 11 ft.. $4.25, Jam 15. 1984. $10,500, FIRM. Ph. 'IOPIII'ftUoHANDSOMe
MACHINE QUILTINGi Crib to king' *iz". Good condition. Ph. 7823172. tin 1/19 1-824-1317 or 13722740.. Keep trying.$

THURSDAY AND FRI8AY<8.30-5:304 Hwy Betty Hlldebrand. 9641122.1V019tpd STEVE SMITH SAWMILL Open 8:30 a.m. 1/05 4tchg 1/26 STAHKE RADIATOR 3111'', I'%", BA BRICK home on S had. ec.Artrfccf. :.
100. 3 mil.. south of Stark alGoob.r's. 01/26 1981 FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOME!.14x70; I
to 12 noon 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. Man fence r/elec. ..... On SR1B.
Tools, toy*, tlrhanging ,FLOORS SAGGINGt HOUSE UNIIVIIT Fri. 7 miles south of Stark., on Eastside 3 BR, 2 BA. $1000; equity and take uppoym.nt. SERVICE' BUSIEST CORNER STARKEi lO*en Hwy SOI x BS
lamp, cloth., two 10-,,....., 12" N.ed Foundation repair? W. con of 301. Dressed pine lumber and .. Call 473-445. Itpd 1/19
SR 16. blag, ft $18.000.
MI Existing paving
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black/whit TV cor part, gas ,*,t.r, coin. .your problem.. Call for free CDX plywood, 'low cost we Invite you 2 BEDROOM 1'/..BATHt Fully furnished I"a I- ,Assam mt S53SJM. 11%"amp. 4MJ7.FOR .
chrom. Ch." grill guard and much etimat.. LaRu. and, Clark Home to our 'prlc:... No 2 pin S/W mobile home orf 2 lots;With chain Payments
compare LEAUi B......brick 2 lit 3 BA hi best location
mor Itchg 1/19 Repair; ((904)) ;384-3160 or 384-7089. .tud.. .150. Delivery .available. link' fence In Breaker, 1..85.J777.1tchg ..
SATURDAY JAN Ill 9.... 3'% miles 1/12 4tpd 2/02 468.2624. 1X12<< 4tchg 2/02 1/19 Fully fvr l.lHHI. $400 ma. '
south on 100 toward Keytlone. Baby' I ,ELDERLY GENTLEMAN WISHES TO TRAILERS FOR SALE 17 ft. travel trailer, 1973 CHAMPION 13x45 2.BR mobile OLOCAno".LOCATlOHI,8rIc c S BR. 2 BA-22Q N.

wing, cloth.* and playpen,..tove, lot ,BOARDi Writ P.O. Drawer 280 boot trailer, utility trailer; Telephone ho!".. 2'/i\ mile west of Lawtey,onSR Mimosa Of. CH/A.w/14401' bested B ..r. B utll. rm.
of m.n, women and children'cloth.., Starke, Florida:: 32091. Willing la:: pay 964..464.ten1ng.* and weekend*. .323. Phone 782. 09. t/19 Stchg BUDGET BUSTER Clot to SB ....... 3 BR. 1'1A'

and lot mar.. 964-81 3. Itchg 1/19' share of household. .expen**. '2/22. '., 1/122tpd1/19 1126' COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BUTS Beaut lendse. ,Acf "
tin STUMPKNOCKER FISHING BOATj' Goar.trail.r :: ; ml Mart/In Town. "," with lovely BR, IRA ......4 .....-. rke. .
Mtt Uot'Ask
WANTEDAXUS SEWING MACHINES, REPAIRED All 18 hp. Evln. Great shop HOMES FOR SALE Ml '' 0 QUIET RETREAT 2 AcI. w/3 BR 2 BA CH/A ham.

"mak* cleaned, oiled and aduted.| $1,100 for all or $600 for boat and for Randy or pixel, '''repIClC..Morellenclhtlllobl..
$15. Work guarant..d. Jam.. trailer. Ph.. 964-7824 after 4. Itpd 1/19 964-6810 MAGNOLIA HOTCLtSterke landmark with. 19
t TIRES Two axle* and lour tlr... Strickland" corner Morganv .Rd. and TWO TRACTORS On. 1962 Ford 0..- BY OWNER 934 Woodiawn. 3 BR 2 BA cones t HWV Ion It 14SttNfUirUAVi. :reems..23 bth..11.567 $a. Ft. Very clem.AN .

Highest prlc paid., Grn' Welding Hwy. 16.:Stark. 1.2/29 tfn to/loader $1800 wlfh, loader $1400 w/cedar siding, **p', LR, DR. FR .. ,ttMM '. EXTRAORDINARY VULAiJ BR, I'A BA.
Shop 301 South, Stark. FL. 9645007. JERRY'S ELECTRICALl Reasonable price without. Ford 4000 1968. 2500. Both wVflreploc: CH/A, fenced yard.within 'SO] N. CHURCH STtWell built, t.stry. 4 BR, CH/A. .

11/03tfncho. Fr. estimate*. 24 H r. tervlee. run good. Ph.. 964-7824 after. 4. walking distance of schools: Call o$S2.000iMM30. Brick home. CH/A. Fenced Ig.lot.
AXLES TIRES For mobll horn*.0111'1"Mobil. 4681119. Hampton. 1/05 4tchg 1/26 for 9648268. 11/17 tfn' .
Bushhog mower ov. $150purchaseof : VACUUMSALE I 32L BUTLER TERRACEt4/2 on 1 lot.-Pec.n tree.
Home Sol.*, Call" 9645606., ,ABBA DABBA DAWG PIT GROOMING; tractor. Itpd 1/19 BUY OF THE YEAR1 12 BR, t BA CB hom:'. ,PACING GOLF COURSEiLevety SBR 2 BA. Own.fin. \

USED 10/13 tfn 838 N. Temple Av*. Stork. 9647285. HORSE FOR SALE 15 months old. Mal. Financing avail. obi.. 1.468.1323.1VO1Mn : COZY 3 BR, r BA C/BiLavr St. '_H. $28.000.
SNAPPER
HIDING MOWERS Runn 1/12 2/02 '
4tpd Passo-cros 3509645392. Itpd 1/)9 HANDSOME .. '
CONTEMP.,3 BR, 2'IA.
ing or not. 964.7611.11pd 1/19 CHRISTIAN LADY WILL BABYSIT YOUR THREE HORSES FOR SALE One COUNTRY STYLE Well built home'in con. NEW &. USED FOREST HEIGHTS:3/2.tuco* '4 Ac. Fenced..
FEMAU ROOMMATE NEEDfiDi Ag.* CHILD IN :YOUR HOME, Mon. Fri. 8:00 quarterhors gelding, one. Walker:: venlent city location. Remodeled huge. .
19.28 to char 2 BR hout. $50 mlh. and 5:00. Reasonable.. 659-2349. .more, one Walker gelding. 964.7466 roams, spacious kitchen ,964.8569, We Finance Our Own. .BRICK *M I% Ac. Amen. Country Club-SH,000.
half -utllltlj Call 964-964. of tar. 5 'Florahom. Itchg 1/19 alter 6:30. Itchg 1/19, 12/15 tfn3IEDROOM KIRBYS 47 AC.iAft. antique brick hem* pecan tree*.'
': evenings : ,FINE RESIDENCEi33: M.-,,... ...... I3201 en :301.
p.m. ltchg 1/19 ,WILL CLEAN YOUR HOME,. Yard or Run .METAL CUTTING BAND SAW Excellent ,2 BATH C/B HOMED Central ROYALS
errand. 'Reasonable. 659. 349. condition! $35Oor best offer, Five milt air/heat.'; Dishwasher, garbage; 'EUREKAS elt ACRES B New Ham w/O,... Rem.$79.800.

BUSINESS Florahom. Itchg, 1/19 'south of 'Stark .on US '301. Jim disposal stove, '. r-efrlg.' In Starke. HOOVERS. 'POULTRY FARMi34 Ac..,J ham 4 chick: houses.
PICTURE FRAMES! Custom and ready. Campan. 468.1187 anytlm. 1 *fl 1/19 Owner financed. Ph. 782-3881 J2/29.. "14% AC OFF 22S OPPORTUNITIES. mode at CREATIVE COTTAGE 3 mil. .ISO AMP TRAILER POLE $175. Phone '4tchg, 1/19' ELECTROLUX! 0' BR FRAMIiSll.OOO. Excel cond. 2 .....
.south vof:'Stark on US 301, Phone 9648820., Itchg 1/19 f BY OWNER 2 BR, 2 BA home In town FILTER QUEENS -$20.000tMADISON. Farmer Cel-Moln bldg. .

OWN YOUR' OWN jeanSPorllwear": 964-6118 Satisfaction guaranteed. BIG 3 WHEEL ElEC. MOTOR BIKE $275, 'with 2 acre of land South 301. Call SEARS, BESSCNT ROAOiVery Ig.I weeded .let. $4500.
ladle, Apparel!. Combination: :. 1/19 tfnPAINTING' Like new. 964-5987..1tpd 1/19 B.T. ThomoS, 9648553. 1/19 2tpd 1/26 COMMERCIALWe '.14 WOODED ACi Hwy 18 Hampton. Mek offer.

ceuorle, Large Six. Star.. National Inside Outside.. "Free 438 S. WALNUT STREET oHr Item for HANDYMAN SPECIAL BR home. Need .repair all n kAI *HAMPTON OAKSi let 2$. wooded. ".000. '
Brand.: Jordocho, fthlc, I**. Uvl 'estimate, Phone 473-3486 or 9648413. sale Electric stove. '"$100; repair. Turnoff St. _Clair St. onto! : FOR LEASE $ BR brick. Call St. New petal .Ig.,lot

Vonderbllt had, Gunn. Sax Etprlt 1/19 2tpd 1/26 ola/loveieot. $100; gal dryer;. $100; 'ThomO Street. See ,sign .11700.. Young'slnce1957 cerpert.
Brlttanlo. Calvin Klaln SerGIO Valntr WORK WANTED Housework. Mature, washer, $130, frost refrlg.. $300; $5,000 down. Terms. 1-372-6881! .'or !HAMPTON OAKS Lot 23. Acre plus. ".000.
Evan Plcone, Claiborn., Mmbn Only r.llabl. I have two days available. side by side refrlg., $150: double bed, 13789220. Itpd/ 1/19 $ 110 ACRES Prime land off SR-23S.t2.000 Ac.

I Bill Bio**, ,Organically, Grown 964-8071..1tpd $60; twin bed, $43 French Prow.. BLOCK HOMEi On Sampson lake. Near '719 E. LAURA ST. $22.000,
Halthtx 300 othr $7,900 to HQUSECLEANINGl In ,your horn. bedroom suite, $175;' queen bed trestle. Long dock with boothous Will 964-6918 4.78 Ac. $11,000 Own. fin. Wilson Rd. ft MOA.:
$34,900 Inventory, airfare training Monday-Friday (Sark) area) Call ,w/matching solid wood triple dresser, finance. 1-468-2897. Itpd 1/19-_ 3 Mites north of REPAIR SHOP Hampton. Owner financed.MH .

flxtur*, grand openinG. 'etc Mr 964.4484 and ask for_ JoAnn. 1/193tchll $193. 9644075. Itpd 1/19 Starts on US 301 3/2 en 1 ac.. 301. $32.000
loughlln (612) 8886555. Itpd 1/12 2/02 SATELLITE'JVi $799 to $3995. Factory-: LAND FOR SALE EDWARDS ROAOill Plu. Acres,
FRUIT ,& PRODUCE STAND, FOR lENT.Mu.t 'WILL BABYSIT1 In 'my horn. 964/-4839,. direct. Free catalog. Toll-Ire' .' ,
Itpd 119CHI.STIAN 1-800-333-3003. DBT P.O. Box 637, /1-" *
be clan/knowldgabl : 1 AC LOTS lacing Pleasant Grove I *.
TEN
,operator. Phone ,for Info. 9648820. GRANDMOTHER Will Cedar Key 33633.. Itpd 1J1' ..tAcdowv,4444ts1vlN, S 'LAVtHH OVTIAWM4.SUfc *
Monday Friday. 2 and 'MOBILE Window and, Ra. 3995. $400 down. $70 tr month. '. __
OWN YOUR OWN Jeanpartiweor..ladle babysit. Age MOMS SUPPLIES Nova w4rwr ,''' Me.IW
older.;964-8624. Ttchg 119IILL' doors, plumbing:and ,.lec.: supplies/ : Call 9643606.9/15 tfnsTHREE ,
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Apparel Combination!, Ac .
ACRE LOTS 5R-427 Brogket, '
cattorl, Larg Six. Storm National $ SAW: circular SHOPi''rkand.'Ccrrbldv.'ehaln Complete: sharpeningService' ; ,' t6fh Also furniture citStar..tJf/2JI"; Bargain" Center. 11I0"".*\:.Rtes mil,*) ,Ad99,3E 530DW3vid'$5 on $!..'aohlW.: (:\ "rffal ; ifS'VJjf'' *"Hr '''1 1.l I

'.brand.:., Jordoehu! ;:::-Chic, ;
ONE foraythl' .d, ,
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Leav. at Jackson Building S'ark.:964-8212. ,
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Truck
Brtttonla, Calvin Klein' Sergio Volant, : Stopi $4.0b0. '$400' down, and( $70 month ,
Supply In Stark.. I Keystone Heights or 11/24 tfn'
Evan PIG_, Clalborn. Member On 9645606. 1/12 tfn +
Lake Butler. TFNchg RABBITS For pet or meat. Lawrence
lyBill/ Bias*, Organically Grown '
GLASS CUT TO ORDERS Doors windows, South. 4681915. tfn
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Healthtex, 300 other. $7,900 to Meng. 6 ml. 301 Cash
$24,900 etc 'JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, .POOL TABLE Ye" slate. $600.;like New. ''MOTORCYCUSm RegisterFor : :'.: '
Inv.Mory."oirfar.,, training,. .
'964.6078.:0rd. also taken In Lake 1-485-1868 or 1.483-1238 1/12atchg Sale
fixture
grand opening .tc. Mr.
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