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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 26, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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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County's proposed new servation ordinance does not spell) out Williams says, his bill will be limited j.j
zoning ordinance setting up a conservation' which of the county's environmentally to peat, which comprises ,approximately
district classification, under sensitive areas will be included in 25 percent of the land surfaceof
the county's comprehensive land use the new conservation district but is Florida. : ..., _
plan has been drafted, will be advertised designed to carry out the comprehensive Questioned by Williams, Bradford
and have its first public hearing plan objective of protecting such County Commissioners Lawrence
( before the county Planning and Zon area from adverse development. and Maxie Carter, Jr. said the '
ing'Board on Feb 28, zoning director. Gaines said that after the ordinanceIs boar has no objection .to, the '
rk L.M. Gaines said TuesdayiGeorgiaPacific's established and On .the books, the legislative delegation seeking peat ._
intention' to process of designating certain areas mining regulation at the state level in
I '"mine" peat from the Santa Fe of environmentally endangered lands addition to the county's proposed at-
Swamp has caused the commission to will be made by "administrative zon tempt to ban .it by classifying
, seek wva js to protect the county from ing" initiated by the PZB..One of the wetlands in a conservation district.
adverse use of its land resources. first areas to be proposed as a conser- Sen. Bill Grant D-Madison, and
After making its recommendation vation area, Gaines said, will be the Rep. George Crady. .D-Yulee,. said
r for' or following the public, 'Santa Fe Swamp, slated to be mined they are in accord with the thrust of =:
hearing, the Planning and Zoning by Georgia-Pacific: for its peat con- Williams' bill, .
Board will forward the ordinance to tent. Apparently the feeling of a large

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hearing and final action. at.its March 3 Williams D-Middleburg, appearingat Dwellers, who overflowed the commission
meeting. the annual! Legislative' Hearing room forcing the hearing to
The ordinance was basically written here Tuesday afternoon said he, in move to an upstairs courtroom, was '._.
by the North Centra) Florida cooperation withi ether members of that indepth defense is needed against .,
Regional Planning Council with a the delegation, were working on a bill peat mining in the Santa Fe Swamp,
review and some changes made by at to ban peat mining in Florida so a local mining ordinance as well _
torney'John' Kopelousos, former'at- wetlands.A as a legislative act is needed in addition -:::.
tornev for the Clay County Planning previous Williams' bill, Introduced :- to the. conservation' district zon -w
and Zoning Commission'who; was re- at the 1983 session, entitled "The ing. .
tained by the Bradford Commission to Bradford County Mining and Restoration As yet,peat remains undefined as a
work on the' ordinance. Kopelousos Act," died in the House soughtto mineral, with Georgia-Pacific.main, ,
recommended controlling peat mining regulate only the mining of peat, taining it is"harvested", like a crop
Pins and Needles... through land use, as opposed to a but also other minerals,. including 'rather than "mined" like a mineralsClassifying "
mining ordinance as a more ..sand, gravel, phosphate, clay I. t'as a crop would make it .
Randy Johns looks calm enough' as his new home Johns also got"wide TV coverage, with stations from all equitable and defensible position' for titanium, and other heavy minerals exempt from the Florida severance
crawls up US-301, but be certain he worried about the over the state represented here for the execution, then thd county to take. "subject to removal from a site for .tax :Imposed on minerals..removed
lights being off. the traffic Inconvenienced, and business finding the house. Randy's hope for a little publicity as General in its application, the con- economic' use." This time around, from. the earth's surface.to .
lost downtown with traffic diverted off US-301 and elec- with smoke from his .
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w.b :' 'The Johns, LJrsve m-tamlly reunion. It's not Tim t Rue said itt. City..f.fiiarke l Is the testrhe ,"\ . f"'iJ
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This old house has a new tale to tell. onto US-301 after traffic was diverted to Walnut Street w
After 91 years of life on Madison Street, watching it It took five hours to inch the house north on US-301, I
turn from residential to commercial, the Peek- waiting for power lines, phone line, and cable TV lines, I
Perryman home was moved Tuesday and Wednesday to. to be unhooked, moving across with timbers groaningly
its new home facing Church Street, with Adkins. on its supporting the 150-ton mammoth over the wires. II I
north side and Cherry Street to its rear. The right turn on Washington Street was made about'
1:30:: p.m. Randy Johns was relieved his new home was. .r : II I
It inched along, drawing'spectators along the way. no longer tying up traffic .or costing downtown w c Pa
Biggest problem was an old 1,500pait telephone cable on businessmen.It I
Washington Street, the wires all copper and uncoded. was better than a Christmas parade said one'on-
Cutting that or even getting a leak in the air- looker. With lights out all west of 'Walnut Street I
pressurized line, could have been a major: problem.A : everybody turned out to see the unusual site; -:

large electric cable at Pratt Street which feeds the "When have you seen it this empty," asked Clyde Terwillegar. I
entire west side of town, had to be disconnected. turning to photograph deserted US-301. I
During the move thousands of motorists were The house was built in 1893 by.Emmett Ferryman's
delayed, electricity was off two hours, and it took up the. grandfather. Comer L. Peek. Emmett inherited it in I
time of the city electrical crew, phone company, and 1977 after the death of his mother, Mrs Lois Perryman; r',
cable TV workers. But nobody seemed to,mind very last to occupy the home. Perryman agreed to give the i I
.much." home to his second cousin, Randy Johns, to get it movedoff
Hundreds of school kids watched the house by BHS the lot.Comer' I,
Inched oft it original site last week, the house was L. '''Peek is also the home 'of Randy's great; --'r fl-
moved by LaRue House Movers across Court Street and grandfather and there-in lies the tie. ---- j
parked on the new truck lot of Terwillegar Motors, All It cost upwards of $40,000 Just to have it'moved'In"eluding ,I
the trucks had to be moved, but it did them good to be the movers, the city, the phone company,.and. ,Greeting the Legislators t,*I. .f I

cranked up, says Bryon Terwillegar.The the railroad. Harold'Hill, president bf.the Santa'Fe Lake Dwellers Sen. Bill Grant.'Itev,*Warren. linger. In| .reaiwaits. a .
house, 82 feet long and 39 feet wide took up the en- The house wasn't allowed to cross the railroads. t Association, ; chats with Rep. Frank i11la s..Ieft, IInd.turn to ge4 p word In. ,. {\ II
Wednesday afternoon until Johns vk
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: Meeting the public in a ore-session It was in sharp contrast to the 1983 missioner Clerk: Gib Brown; County .America brought the! problem' up,:;: normal lifestyle. 'The ,state wanted the guidance clinic when they have I
: 'public hearing,, state legislators legislative bearing attended by only Commissioner! Maxie Carter Jr., and. saying 9 group homes serve some, 100 .normalization. not InstitUtionalization a problem, such as a violent patient .. !
- representing Bradford County listen- .six persons. David Smith director of the'BradfordUnion developmentally disadvantaged one person said. who ,can't' be controlled. Home, ,:' .' ;
ed for three hours Tuesday afternoon. Speaking' to the delegation were .Area Vocational. Clients, some of whom: have been "operators don't have authority understate j
Jan. 24.Topics. Harold Hill, president of the Santa Fe Technical Center. 1' 'released from Sunland Training. Siddons said the 100 clients at$9,000 rulesv to confine a client, or, to I
taking up most the most Lake Dwellers Assoc.; Frederick Sid- Center in Gainesville. each' would cost $90,000, In Sunland force them to1' go- from one room to' :,:. !
time were opposition to peat miningIn dons, director of the home operatedhere Mental Health... 1'- Dr. Lennon, introduced by Siddons,, the'same:,, number .of clients cost nothe't'an operator said.: : ;' ; i
the Santa Fe Swamp and the need by the Volunteers of America i Operators of group homes for the said current funding is not sufficient $360,000 per year. The state is saving 'Drv Lennon said his" eight staff .a I'i i
for mental health serviced from the Bob' Larimer.-'director Sunshine retarded asked the legislators 'for" to provide immediate response to pro- some $70,000 per year by having the have responsibilities f
members many *
Bradford-Union Guidance-Clinic for Acres the local sheltered workshop funds for additional 'mental health blems of the group home when clients, clients de-institutalization, Siddons, >r cannot provide the emergency !, I
over 100, retarded persons now for retarded; Dr. Bill Lennon, direc- services from the guidance clinic. ;!(fi need emergency care.11 :1- .-. ', pointed out asking for a portion: of'.the'' .and ; service, 'needed. There ..iSjSa)f fwaiting t ; 'I
residing in Bradford and Union Counties tor of the B-U Guidance! Clinic; Tom Sympathetic the problem, Sen Larimer said the state pays $36,000; money the.state is saving, ; type list, (Lennon said ;. :; I.
Delegations from the Santa Fe superintendent of. schools; Bill Grant asked those connected providing per client In Sunland Training Center,, f"
Lake Dwellers Association on the conservation '' Julie Miller president of the Brad-* services for the retarded to 'and that no 'more, than $9,000, per, Another! :group home'operatorsaid 'Larimer said originally'' thought :.. J i
h and peat mining law and ford Education Association; Rev. draw up a plan and determine now. client should,be needed for.clients\ iI!, the state:pays $401 per. month' for 'it leas. a problem of the state depart". ;' .\ 4 I
.managers ,of group homes for the .Warren Langer, pastor of the First much money is. needed so the! private care.IThemove. J ; ;:' client, plus $40 spending'mon 1/That, .ment or Housing and Rehabilitative ::. '.y !
retarded made up most of the 60 persons United Methodist Church of Starke legislators(will have something wi1i7K' I private group homes is not enough to provide the additional Services,but now he thinks HRS is do- ;, ;' !
at the hearing.See separate art. !- ,and chairman of, the'Human Rights .winch to work., 'f I "and private homes Was begun (In 1977 medical care; she said.'l" ; ,, ,tag all ,it, can. with the"dealerstivallabia ":'Z"l.. )( !
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.' ,cle on peat mining Advocacy Committee; County Comb '. 'sSiddons'o/' : Volunteers 'o(:', fwhen, the state\ ,died.it would, be a, So; the group home operators !.gOIS'; :' i(, / 't\, t ty

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f. 'followed by cooler temperatures dropping back Into the low 30's f highs .-?'.' ,. .......H. .: .. .... ... ...! 14, qohalr, Leon Charles Bu<:khaWr pled. ,with a., mandatory year' tern>I..therf;! '' be given for first I i
day and Sunday. Ounce' of showers Friday: and Saturday" ;with in :; tftto' .. '!:y.n. -' "SSiff '. f j Monday Jan. 23tt ',, ttse 1 ; 'the Mr*., 0 / ;w +,i BfTScattered : ; (octal.-' .., 3.ray.* 6.4 f ,'..1Eilty' murder''of Shags,i Additional charges of flrat r dagrttt ;';::5''.j: .. 7; !
showers brought 1.18 inches of rain during the week ending (port*... ..;.-. .,, ,,.. .,.,r....",w| body was found in I fj* of, ..".....and soliciting to committ arson "' : II I.; ;...... .iii' ; H
\' Wtdn..lIivll1ll the area a total of Just over two inches for the year sofar. \ .... ... ......"... ...:. ...,... !.l :. ,the 100- ear.old Truby q wr droMedDy: < the state .i...,:_-> .-.. .:_-.;;;,' I,
'''y The rainfall far January here has a SO year average of 3.87 inches. / .,f, ;Moute on N Cherry Street in! "I cnetMte for the guilty pirn. "' .. t l ..,.... ft .. ., I .. .r'r'Th j
.: The last freezing< temperature came Saturday when the morning low SECTION i :-,, .. ? ';Buckiialter was the prima.: BuckhaM.r plead guilty 'to'. the?. '" '. )/.
''f was' 31 ,degrees Tuesday's high ,ol 7e''-wu' the warmest reeorded'ii Ohhu.AN..p.a.9' ,v, Iii. the arson-death, havingnkm a 'murder of Strob, 3T,; rather .then ran. "' .....<... ..... 'I
< temperature since December 11. N_.......<. ... ....... .J..7 : ':' of being an ,arsonist,. \the risk of recei vine the death pemtMyin county, .:,: ,tMIO .......:; ...
1, IMS sw about 17,inches more rain than usual. Normal average .is,, 0..111.._.. ...... .Ly.. 14,11 ,never convicted for ass arson w' A jury trial,tlCCWI'dlhl to his public; many wltTHgae. ....,te I", ",' ,)'! .
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With only 30 minutes to go before the next scheduled freight train, the century-old Peek- I i. .
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:. noon Wednesday. The sharp Incline of the grade crossing gave house movers a few nervous Peek-Perrymanhome Street. ,
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family not to sell
looks more than likely that the
semi-truck five acres of land along the railroad however expresses regret about
proposed practice driving
ditch pushing the range over s opposing
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go on spect.Board. residents, but says his decision can't .
drawbacks teen to nine alternatives
members have said they'llvote be political.
which .have apparently fallen to put the driving range on the Supt. Tom Casey says the decisionis
through.A FFA farm before losing the $250,000 the school board's but recommendsthe I
decision to choose a site for a new
$250,000 semi-truck driving practice state grant. Lawson said Wednesday school farm because it is land the Bradford Printers
school board already owns.
he is prepared to make a motion Mon
range for the Bradford-Union Vo- At the same time, Supt. Casey l leans
day night to locate the range on the
Tech Center is
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FFA farm, but will listen to toward buying land on Brownlee
30, at 7 p.m. every 110 W. Call Street Starke, Florida
Road, across the road from the vo-
avenue first There is not sense in
The decision was postponed tech center, from Ronnie Newman for
buying when the school
because! school board member property ,r /
possible future school if
board already owns 162 acres, of site even a
Rodney Hall .was absent Jan. 16 which about 20 is being utilized. The driving range is not located' on it.
because he was on a business trip. driving range takes 15 acres, and School board members seemed to Serving Bradford County Since ; 1897 r
Board member J.R. (Jim) Lawson F

has been working to make a site at the won't Lawson hurt,, the, .FFA. ,. ..farm.. _,, says_ new agree school with Casey's sight if thinking money about earl be"Iaunc1.u. a ( ,. ,4.J-. .,, .,. r} 1 ..1uyonf ,' ;1' ]iiMWj On\<
fairgrounds but a decision by the, ? .H Mi ? J vU, ..o21y ibhB lll'N'fi Ip' 'rlsra oart tf11/rl/ .1e bJU'1ooitld'Klttl'b1
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I THE! BRADFORDCOUNTY ,

4-H News TELEGRAPH; :

Published vry Thursday ''I' We Want I

. by Carolyn Redding citing things with the group this yearso I at 135 W. Call tr..t

if you are between 8 and 18,come to : I Stark. Florida; 3209 to be :(
The 4-H photography group enjoyed the meeting and see what we're all
good attendance at its meeting last about. : Second Class postage paid at .

Tuesday night and we are looking for Starke, Florida "
better attendance at its February Besides photography 4-H has YOURPRINTER ; ". ; '
clubs in forestry, cooking .' I ,
meeting. At this meeting, the county-wide Subscription Rates:
members learned some basic funs sewing' and woodworking. The I \
damentals about handling a camera community clubs have even more In-trade) area: $10,00; per year T

and saw a slide show on what can be project areas a youngster might : $5.50 six months. ;'>
-::: done with the correct camera and become Involved In For more infor- ,.
techniques. Mike Cooney; who led the mation, contact the 4-H office at Outside area: $11; 'per: year in T 9841 ,'
photography group, Is hoping to do ex- 964-6280, ext. 229. I $6.00 six 'months j- ,

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Thought for the wcek....\ students for who$1,060 are college interested scholarships in applying ? duice'Avatihle if You Want to Pay the Priceby

When we short! Oof. ant, IrvMrotlon ,
".com.i fulfillment.. .should request applications by March
15, 1984 from the Educations! Com llurdcnbrook ,tlonw. are needed before total damage been cut back m quantity .Hogue available. Local retailers indicate
Pac Man Packer... municatlons Scholarship l As another ''of the 721 N. McKinley! Road, Lake Forest, BCTKUirr Writer estimated. marketers that local sources usually ''at the best prices: possible
students can earn many for ways' Illinois 8004$. To receive an a pllea.Uon I. require 80 days to recover from the effect even though realizing that tome con.
points the class ,
students should send self- Fresh vegetables and fruits nor- of a hard freeze, sumers will to
of the competition, the Student a 'A dealer that specializes in delivery. temporarily switch:
Council year has created the most bizarreone addressed stamped envelope with a mally grown in Florida are hard to of various salad and melon This check .reveals that area purchasers frozen or canned goods until the ef-
yetlll! It is entitled "Pac Man" note staling lhelr'natnC". address, city; find in local' stores since the record- Johnny Brier of Brier's Produce trays, has must( be prepared to pay a fects cf the Christmas 1983 freeze are

and the object Is to get as many pea slate and zip code and: approximat breaking cold snap that struck this felt definite effects of the freeze. All premium price for the produce that Is overcome.

ple in one square as possible. grade point average. Fifty award area. over the Christmas holiday.A cauliflower broccoli and lettuce Is be-
Four squares will be drawn on the winners will be selected on the basis, ing shipped in from California, as is
school' lawn behind the library, one of academic performance,1! Involvement check with area dealers reveals the only top quality citrus found at
for each class and during first and se in extracurricular activities and that most produce available is being this time. Green beans, strawberries!
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need for financial aid' I' '''" shipped (In' from states. .Many ,
cond lunch students can earn points pother and tomatoes are not to be found In'
for their class by. packing; their ". l' ",i. ">ft' ,,(,) \ Items. commonly seen are not being quality, and melon' prices have
class' square. Anything goes and the \ 'sold at all in local markets. Retailers doubled in recent weeks. Brier, in a

class with the most people in the indicate they feel that buyers in the move common to all the retailers has ,yy6 ,
square earns the most,points for their .area will not 'top. premium prices ''lowered his 'Inventory 'so that Icu 19 apt I {,alu
class commanded by quality produce!at customers may buy only top quality

This wild event will take place Fri., fhl time. merchandise.
Jan. 27, and sounds like fund t Show 1 7ig7

t your class spirit by being a Packer! I t' Many1; Items; usually readily,."'iRichard Wainwright of ''Wain-\

available at this'time of year are in Wrights Produce agrees with other

short supply: with sharply increased. .'I retailers tha many' Items such' as
4 tyka prices: "green beans, broccoli and cauliflower
(Greens normally priced at $6-$8 are priced too high for the local

per dozen bunches are now costing.,$12 'market. There' are some Florida
to $16 when they can be found. grown tomatoes available from the
Recent weeks have seen can- muck belt near Homestead. Though it '
talopes rise from 80 cents to $2 per is still too early to tell the damage to
melon. the strawberry crop Wainwright In- J
-AH types of beans have increased dicates that two goOd weeks will see S
from 'about 69 cents to $149 per some locally grown collard greens r' ,
pound. ready to be pulled from his own fields : He

:, 'Squash went! j'rom,69' cents 'to 9 off SH-16 near, Starke. iaiwtvsr
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>." ,1. Cabbage a staple green for many Two major chain grocery stores are
". area residents has experienced the also experiencing difficulty in
0/- .'. ii supplies
,'St.S. greatest change. In price. Normally of fresh produce. Alan Akridgeof 4
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..I .. '; ., '.' 89 cents per pound. stocked by' Pantry Pride the quantities .
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Broccoli though fn limited ,
"" supply are way below those of normal
,!( Ca&y; Roach".TTornadopftheMonth", has held fairly firm'in price, while years. Abridge says that most'of his LL ,
a'P small amounts, cauliflower:: usually customers: shift to purchasing frozen .

.' '0'' ,,. :,. '. priced at $1.09'per'pound; now costs and'canned goods that remain M
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t + f 1.99 per pound. relatively stable in price despite poor
Sandra Norman of Norman's Produce weather conditions.

, R Current Events ''Quiz..,, 'of'Starke told The Telegraph A telephone check with Fred

\f Michelle Stillwell.TornadooftheMonlh'- ,',' Quill and Scroll wilt be administer that string and pole ,beans, squash Hogue, advertising director with
' and cabbage grown in south Florida Winn Dixie in Jacksonville, finds him
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l' f ; .interested is was selling at prices up to 50 percent In,, agreement with local retailers
students. This an
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:if. Hogue indicates that they have
, ,. portunity to test your knowledge of ''at these higher costs only a limited shifted
cost'increases
j events happening both In!! the United, many sources of supply at
.. quantity can be bought. No greens or. of up to I 60 percent. Though
world:
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, !..:; Tornadoes of the Month' :. competition is open to grades&12 and .cabbage grown'; in this, area .;.iis'available Hogue says that Wino Dixie will go to.
jj* The outstanding students selected; Local growers also feel any source to obtain their produce, he
i! r for the month ,of December are. as winning$300.could Deadline mean for.a scholarshipworth is'rues that two good1: weekst of growing condi-. adknowledged that many Items have Local shopper brouses over fruits and 'vegetables
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: first BHS student to be chosen to par- .. .
.'.. ticipate the Summer Research Program ... l.r I : I.. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD

t in science at the University of ( 422 N. St. Clair 984-8443
$ Symposium Hwy 16 W, 4 Weldon 964.6971
8 week
| Florida Her work for the program .. .AI., Walter f.Montz Pastor
t relating to lab experimentaion 'b ,;, invited attend the Pastor George Watson and ,
will n to symposium .
Five Bradford High students We invite you to worship with us.Attmdte'
:: ( was outstanding. has been The Congregation Invites You to
in series .of lectures
and,, to participate a
J- chosen as one of 18 students from the h attend the 21st Regional Junior Come and| Worship With Us Nursery ,

5. entire state to give an oral report in Science Engineering!: and Humanities and on-campus The visits to scientific Sunday School . . 10 AM Sunday Scltotll .. . . .. 10am
f. competition at the Regional Junior Symposium this weekend at the laboratories. participants Morning) Worship ". , 11 AM Morning WartMp . . . 11 awEvinin '
Science Engineering and Humanities I University of Florida in Gainesville. will, have opportunity to talk with EvangelUtic: .. . . . 7 PM ,|Service' . . .,. S'am"
6 at UF. If she wins the One'' BHS student, senior' Cathy .cJentiests and researchers at the WednesdayWonp.30 W nlldl',.1It1! ... 7:30BINPagan's :
Symposium
p z So., oral report competition, national entire Roach state is one which of 18 students will address from toe the *, vrk More>u ,scheduled than,85 UF events.research' pro- .'. ... ?1x.m b.. 1 .." >),...' ,........' PM'i:.c'.vu'"! 'fl4&55.'- '"b" _...tJi i .It,,,!4 iw.i..a ...,!.-.',,1"; {' t --,I r .

$i competition could be in her future ytnposium Thc daughter'''f Mn-MI."*/ Mors will boat small group visits to",.\10 ......'...' 5555S .. ....... ... .. '- .. sS
", r.pp1. wMiJiiiiWPWWfW,1. !'*!":.U.If *r 11t Mrs. Kenneth
Starke, wilt report on her summers} Jan. SOwWach Development.

5: Michelle Stillwell- Michelle was ? ,, research on amnesia ,evening a humanities program .
selected for'her' outstanding leaderI The other four Bradford 'HiattI will be featured Including! a Clay, Dirt., Sand and '

ship, citizenship, and academic'' I students attending are John Franc presentation by Internationally-
=8: achievement she displays which earn Barry .Warren Joelle Innocent, and known photographer Jerry Velsmann BulldozihrjBackHoe
and exclusive concert! by theUniversity' Jk'Road
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S ed her the DAR citizenship award. Dawn Scott. Work
The 3-day meeting, Jan. 29-31,. is Symphony Orchestra 1'
| sponsored by the Florida Foundation under direction of Dr. Raymond A. Grader Work :

35:: : ', r r for Future Scientists, a the US Army Chobaz.A .
Raymond ''WhiteRaymond : was ,Research Office, the Academy of Applied highlight of the symposium will
\ Keystone Florida'
selected for his loyalty and partlcipa- Sciences, and the UF. be Tuesday when 24 senior high Heights,

lion in FFA,the Junior Class.'and PepRallies. I Dr, Robert B. Gaither, chairman of school: students speak in competitionon
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T .. < a x .Mechanical Engineering at UF,'is the scientific and engineering Phone: 473.2014 473-2149 ; ,
r symposium director. Dr. Elizabeth F. research projects they' have. com-
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Scholarship' AppUcat ons.,. Raymond, WhiteTornadooflhe4fonlh Some 350 selected high' school 'I' ;
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Several weefe ago The Telegraph ,Editor, Telegraph: you, and to no avail. So, we would like for phones near the cells and the Jailer Is 33-year-old facility into compliance. a
received the following 'letter from anv Since I writing in concern with you to print All or at least part of our com* always too busy to take you downstairs for area of Policy and
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j. ex-inmate about alleged "living con. the living conditions at you the Bradford County plaints' which we feel are legitimate. We the use of the phone. And you are only Procedure Directives, housekeeping and
ditions" at the county Jail. The fetter Jail I also writing to with have also been in touch with the prison'In allowed two free letters' per month So if sanitation and security the facility has n
am you problema real
; was ,not published at the time, and spoke of spector's office and again to no avail. We you come to jail with no money.It gets made numerous improvements." I
suggestions, as we
I I .I a-waltlng/ an opportunity for a them together while I was incarcerated in want to list a few of the problems below hard to contact anybody to get any help. There were 11 deficiencies noted which i
'I reporter to visit the jail for an unannounced the jail doing a sentence of 15 weekends fora and maybe someone will be Interested needed correction out of a possible 46pagelist
'r inspection in order to report misdemeanor charge.I enough to do something about them. 8. Recreation None There Is no type :

''I I on conditions as found. 1. wake of recreation at all. A library man comes The prisoners are fed a hot balanced
Bugs
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The two articles appear ; first you with roaches all The every breakfast and lunch with sandwiches at
If the ex-inmates letter, followed by the myself and the inmates there doing time or pest crawling walks over you. comes he 'always has mostly the same night served between 6:30: and 7 p.m.
Control
-. result reporter Carolyn Eaves' onI -. waiting for trial wrote to the Sheriff about once every two man or three months through and maybe books he had the last time. Np games are Breakfast is served between 9::15 and 8:30:
site visit. the problems before we decided to write spraysIn supplied by the jail no type of physical There is a Department
front of the cells never behind or in the wonder 'each morning. of
recreation whatsoever. It is a real
cracks Corrections ruling which states not w
where the problem comes from more
they don't have a whole lot of trouble goingon
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lapse
,.:. 2. Sanitation The jail Is filthy. The in the jail at all times. All therein to do than There 14 hours is ''no facility for 'canteen meals. :I

showers are so stained it Is almost no Use is sit and think about the world. but the staff said they were willIng ti
privileges -
in taking a bath because if you lean up Well these are a'few of out major problems [ to make trips to the! store at least once r

f against the'walis., you get dirty' all over and grievances. Wa are hoping that a week for Lifesavers, cigarettes/ ,gum and I "'t
The of the is
again. rest jail in the same you could help'us by printing them In four personal items. Visitors may bring such

shape. paper. Then maybe something items when they come from 3:30 p.m. to .
3. Heat While there serving the sum- done. Send a representative from lour 6:30 p.m. Wed., Sat.and Sundays. .
mer, I woke up in a soaking wet bed from paper over to the Jail to investigate i The prisoners are taken to the dayroom .

sweating. No fans except one small one In don't believe. Leroy Burton& each morning where they,spend the day; \;';;
a door that does little or no good at all. County Jail Inmates There Is no planned recreation, recreation ,"
is limited to the day room. ,
4. Food You get one meal at 9 a JTI.,
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the next one at 12 noon -three hours apart,: The library bookmobile comes once a
then at 6:30 p.m., you get two sandwichesthat Bradford County' Jail week and there is a ready supply. of books ','", "
are really two slices of bread with but- kept at the Jail. "
Passes Inspectionby of the jail is "-. .:
operation an ongoing
I ter or nothing between; them and have to .
wait 15 hours before you eat again. Carolyn Eavei thing some problems are built in struc-
\ ... turely. and others arise as a matter of "
9. No type of canteen priviledges. Your A recent visit to the Bradford County operation. We try to deal with them as they
,. r people have to bring cigarettes and the only Jail while not to be compared with confinement present themselves keeping in mind what '
.J!!!; thing else they can bring is Life Savers in the same facility, revealed the the budget will allow" said Sheriff Dolph
) and gum. U you run out of cigarettes you old building Is holding it's own very well. Reddish.
j partly have to beg a jailer to get you some The building was clean, freshly paintedand "The County pays for extermination and'"' :
Sheriff Reddish Defends 33-Year Old Jail more. Then you are a nervous wreck and the aroma of food was pleasant. While we would like to know if the problem is not '
may have to wait for a visiting day then not a Holiday Inn, the surroundings seem taken care of," said Sheriff Reddish. He'
you have to wait sometimes a couple of to be adequate for its purposes.The said the jail is regularly sprayed the first
hours til they (the jailers) bring them up to Inspection report for county and Tuesday of each month. The prisoners are
: ''/'''''' : CI I. EDITORIALS ninnTliroughoiit : .a... you. municipal detention facilities, as requiredby not in their cells when the cells are

I .. 6. Visiting Conditions' Sometimes Florida Statutes, reflected the jail has sprayed they are in the dayroom. While
.. ." "- t"I '" made improvements since the last inspec- roaches not visible during the '
I. 'r. there are eight men to a side with everyone were day, a
.r ''I 'f. .Ii. talking at the same time and everyone has tion, according to the following summary: closed water-pipe closet revealed several
\ ,. '. ,''fi. 't-; to talk out of the same hole. Your visitor "On August 5, 1983, an inspection was dead roaches and one live one.
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.'., U.&A.: ', :\ ,:, has to lean down in the hole trying to hear was conducted immediately at the Bradford obvious to County this inspectorthat Jail. It The prisoners'have to .be taken l
it is a hassle.
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considerable attention and corrective downstairs to use the telephone and they "
\ ,: 1 More and More Interest 7, Communications with the outside action has been given this jail. While a are allowed to do this if a staff person is,
; There is almost none asking for phone number of deficiencies continue to exist, it available and it is convenient,according to 11'

.oJ' .' call is almost a capital crime.There are no can be safely reported that concentrated Jailer Kenny Cauley. '".
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Letters to the Editor : ,. .'1)1',

Civic leaders in hundreds of cities and from the old courthouse at U.S. 301, run- :,1 ..-g1ktl'AN 1:'

towns throughout the U.S.A. are making ning four blocks east, across the '1' :;

plans or are already hard at work, tobreathe railroad to Cherry Street. (;When Mil It Be Lincoln ,City's Turn? Group Is Trying .",,.'-y"u1 1
life back To Locate Former ,
into "Main Street a
The railroad, more than anythingelse
old American tradition that has Starke its in life when it During the November 30 1983 Members of CCC J
good gave start public 'housed at the end of this street, SR-100A. ..Yf
neglected in recent years. was built through here, from the Atlantic hearing Mr. E.W. Hodges, the then County s .
Road Commissioner Chairman stated During 1983 the National Association of $:1 -\
Lincoln City Is one of the most traveled ;
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Decline of the traditional to the Gulf, in the late 1850s. Soon that the : Civilian Conservation Corps Alumni : "
"Main Lincoln City was county's top and. communities in the county. There are ap \
Street," once the center of business there followed the first stores, built of only road construction priority for this proximately 60-plus/ employees who workat (NACCCA) celebrated the 50th annlver, '' ?
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social and cultural life in 'rural com- brick, many of them still standing to year. When the question came up about the steel plant and travel throughout sary of the establishment of the CCC. ;

day. At comparative small expense what would happen if the Florida small this community along with over 500 The NACCCA Is trying now to locate .
munities, began with the auto age; that they could be converted into that cities Community Development Block residents with average. five-member. about two million former members and
made walking out of style, and caused shops Grant did not come through, the commis- households. persons who were connected or affiliated .
the birth of would be appealing to those looking for sioners skirted the issue by implying there '
shopping centers "out on the The drainage conditions are deplorableand with the CCC during the 1930s and 40s.It is.
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highways" and other suburban areas "something different". was no money available if the grant failed. probably the worst in the. county. a known fact that many of these persons '':} ?

where shoppers could find room enoughto Among the, sources ,now, ,assisting I'm appalled that 1% months later the .Roads literally wash away every ,time reside In Florida and areas serviced by the ,

park.tjwfr'cars,' '0 <., "to -..''', <' ht'_*. +aetturlaralb! ) communities in"this effort to ,County., Commisstoners'suddenly'.discoverejtJteyhadgasJinataxmoney: there is a small rain. Residents have, not Bradford County Telegraph :;;:: :i. ,';,"7''
revitalize: their aimer-Cores' is the U.S. : to generally complained .because .we have lr am 'syre ;tyat many of your jreasfani;*, k"
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But Main Street, once the heart of' its pave other communities,'as well noted in been patiently waiting on'the county td do-,'f::havc l 'often wondered( what became: of theCCC. .', ,
every town and city is finally being Department of Agriculture through the January 12-, 1984 issue of The something about this terrible situation. If You can tell them that the CC( lives ...

rediscovered with the assistance of the Office of Rural Development Policy. In Telegraph.It it takes complaints to get something done again in .the NACCCA. It is a young and ,

National Main Street Center a human the past three years this program has seems that the only time anything can I plan to make daily complaints until growing organization with chapter 'in
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and technical reference helped revitalize more than 30 communities get done in the Black Community is when something is done. many of the states throughout the nation ;,.
resource
pro. in six states. According to it's contingent upon receiving a grant.Lincoln The County Commissioners have and one of its major objectives is to have .
gram set up to help stimulate economic Florida Commissioner of Agriculture City is a very vibrant part of this blatantly neglected their responsibility to the CCC reactivated
development within the context of county. Getting-paved streets, sewer, and the residents of Lincoln City. The majority
historic preservation.The Doyle Conner, the Main Street program drainage improvements should not be contingent of the residents of Lincoln City are hardworking A commemorative CCC postage stamp ,
brings together the USDA, the National on a grant. people and not welfare recipients.We has been available for purchase ''since ." '

potential of this program, as applied Trust for Historic Preservation, and the pay gasoline taxes just like everyone April 1983. ,1t;.

to our own community, was set for National Endowment for the,Arts in an This county has a responsibility to all of else and are well deserving of the benefits J.'

discussion at a meeting in the Chamberof effort that uses minimal taxpayer fundsto its communities. I've lived in this community > and purposes for which the added gas tax Anyone Interested in the organizationmay

Commerce office today, (Thursday), renew dilapidated downtown areas for 30 years and I'm of the fourth is supposed to serve. .write to the NACCCA, Loehmann's '

attended by Paul Weaver from the for both economic and historic reasons. generation of my family. In four generations We need our streets paved water, sewer' Sand Plaza, 725 Arlington Blvd.,, Suite 318,
Department of Archives in Tallahassee there has been only ONE street paved drainage improvements and it's the Falls Church, Va. 22042 for more informa
who discussed the All of these activities create the kindof which is only one mile long. This street county's responsibility to see that it,gets tion and literature,,
options open to property which Main Street contains filled-over>> rocks with terrible done Victor Vengrouskie 'V, .
owners and their tenants in the atmosphere holes in it. The only reason this street was arolynB.Spooner'Lincoln 2212 Arcola Avenue ', ;', '.'
Call Street area. America once had- a focus for the town paved- is because.of the. steel plant which Is City Resident Silver Spring,Md.20902County .,;"",
for miles
that once attracted ,people .
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Although Starke'fc "Main Street" can around. By presenting a different Main i i', ..' 1 "F':: ." ,' a :1.v r. ",''l't\':'' :, "fy;v :1'F
not hope to regain the ten-cent stores t ,
andsimilarr of commercial activity our Notebook:: .. .. ::., -" ,".by BohbYT.Ylor'< : '(' I,,'. '.oj,,,v\'na; 'Ij'': : I
grocery stores, clothing stores Streets can once more become pro-' Agent BrdfartC untyAgamt..

commercial establishments it fitable without competing with the "y ,. I.: .. : !. !; / : '," ',\" .': '" 'iF
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has lost ., t' '
to the ,
newer shopping centers, outlying shopping centers. *'" .
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it still can play an important part in the The thermometer may not say so, but Of course,good soil id. important Unfortunately yoU see. But remember, ,
Preservation of historic structures is, the calendar tells that a not too "
overall plan of a well-rounded com us spring as backyard gardeners, most of 'vegetable varieties differ in quality.And. ,
munity. treated quite'generously under the .far away. And Its time to start planning us have to do the best we can with the kind they vary in both disease resistance '
federal tax laws which encourage ..your backyard vegetable garden. What 1'U of soil we have.. However;w.can give our climatic adaptability .* factors which 'can'

There is an entirely new source of owners to redevelop buildings qualify weeks discuss should this week sound and familiar for the. to next several' gardens a:.boost )by, mixing Inorganic' 'be vitally important. To'find:out which

revenue that could be tapped by ing for this status.. Under'new govern- gardeners. But,a brief review experienced shouldn't I" consult varieties are recommended for our'area. J' ,I

businesses along "Main Street'1, if it is mental guidelines. even buildings no hurt anyone And I hope it will help those Vegetable Gardeningmaterials "The Vegetable a copy of Extension Cireular,104-
Gardening Guide" You
recognized and properly developed. older than 40 years may qualify. trying vegetable,, gardening, for' the first. can call US at 42V,. kxt209: or better
time. .
Starke has a unique advantage that : things like manure and!con ,still visit our office. on North 301 in Starke
Main Street "
the
The key to making rejuvenation Nearly I all vegetables can be grown in 'post. With such supplements, we can grow for a free copy. J .fIn
few other towns in the state possess. program work is bringing Florida if plant them in the vegetables even if our home,soil ,Is nothing .1 5
you rit.Jltseasons.
Most towns and some cities have been about a cooperative effort of business It's' even fun to try things like but sand. things the next few weeks,I'll discuss other .

by-passed by interstate highways, and people, property owners and public officials asparagus rhubarb and globe artichokes Before you ever plant the first seeds, you garden.you Next shoUld'week do:to will insure be a succeasfut ,: ;

motorists must turn off and drive with a unanimity of purpose. The although they really aren t well adapted to need to think about the vegetable' varieties garden for greater ,designing"a ", ..;
efficiency and -
several miles to reach a town whereas our growing conditions. The Important you'll choose to grow..Of course,you could It productivity *"
will be to may be too
reward for this effort see an early.to plant, but it's
Is and walk. into : .
thing to vegetables .
Starke has U.S. 301 grow you" your, your garden! center and buy' certainly time to .' '
running directly unattractive, blighted area turn into an family enjoy plan.

through its center, carrying 20,000 or attractive, and viable' area that is a The first.consideration in '

more vehicles through here daily. source of pleasure for the garden is where to put it.You planning want it fairly your : in 'r( ; :

But "through here" doesn't .do the discriminating shopper, and a source of close to your house so it's handy to work Forestry. ;, Bradford Cou"ty.< ;;1

town much The key to benefitting revenue for Main Street businesses. in. And, you want it near an outside water ,By.DavldW.Norton. ; ;'
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from faucet, so that irrigation jsn't a problem.But .' .. '., '\ .1 ', ,,' .'
financially this flow of traffic is to To help improve the program and fur: the thing you really want to be sure Have yea had thoughts about having a' Payment'desert l tioa'of the :umber,'and '.:, :'i

provide something 'of interest that ther expand upon it, the USDA has provided about is proper light. If possible, locate the Umber sale. ,in the near future?,'Are you' products to be sold, conditions and restric;.,. : $

would create a desire in a fair percentage a $250,000 grant, in cooperationwith garden so It gets full sunlight all daw.) .UnfortunatelY -. ,considering clearing' a few acres and tell tiona 'of cutting operations, and the tints' ; s
of these "passers-by" to stop and the National Endowment for the ,,few of us enjoy that luxury log ,your- trees 'for '.poIpwood 'or'.other limit' on the contract" .: A\ ,
So, choose between timber products few
we have to morning *
visit for a while. Arts, to fund production.0Ca,; series of sun and afternoon sun. Full sun in the morning :tant items to'',consider. before 'anyone laiporv'' ,., is war advisable Br who often
We have this potential, also. video-taped training materials and :a is better for vegetables than full sun enters into timber. sale, negotiations..or. con- and check into to obtain sv"'l bis*?. q. J
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in the afternoon.In any case;plant fruiting, tracts:: ;.F "J
Americans week-long national training institute to Have
and
are becoming a Written "
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crops, such as tomatoes,corn, cucumbers, <: t'
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more ; with' the past -< old summer. and melons, where they 'will get the most ;!Things to Consider:' procedures befin.IYOIII"'Y :,s
even COMiciet -\I
homes, old buildings, old cars. Many As this is written, the',, outcome of: sun. Leaf and root;crops,generally. ,.can Before Signing nd/or the swrvkiToi, a tere.pt"
towns and cities are already capitalizing stand a little *hadev. lawyer cfeponding on the slse or,, i.,
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is known. .
Thursdays meeting not In the Timber ,Contract v... to be said: Jt .iw DOt ad-.'
on this nostalgia by revitalizing meanwhile thousands of potential shop- You might want to'fence your garden/to' .' "' ': v-.. to peddle '.Uak.e ..... to

their'' historic Main Streets, making pers pass by daily on U.S. 301. Will we keep out nuisances. some places, wild First of'ail what will"J tiNctyour profit'. IlUferent bgyers) a times salt, qm,
them a mecca for tourists with antique animals-such as rabbits-are a problem.. from a timber '' U.S. ee timber sales are a "
make an effort to persuade them to turn A fence also can serve as a trellis for pole sl? Species of trees ac: beware prod :t ;
I shops,crafts and novelty shops, unusual off the highway and visit our historic beans, tomatoes,and other crops that need cessibility of'' timber, dteUoc*'to I, the' : :
eating places, art displays and the like; ,Main Street or will we continue, to let support |f/ market volume of timber for salt| .and the OSJj im'fttnotfl. if anyone{Interested inI .
amount of: measurable defect lntI
that Unproved hash eeedI'i
exists Pine
Starke
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have done could
What they also them us by t That is the decision to In also have withti the trees have
pass, some cases,you'll protect are ail factors which can j" 2.4MO ftvailabte fa bun<$e of!
do in-its historic Call Street district,,, be made.,; :',' your crops. from ,nearby, tree and shrub affect the price and ;your befits. front a,, sash' .Contact my.office intee.t d.V.S

roots which will compete with vegetable, ,i '"'"" -j,*". .***: .. .. 44-do'aaq "'.! .
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J Detx, >rah Mikesell i. and P. Joseph, Meng Married Pijfc.. 29 in Mich.


Rev.DebQf did' Mrs.Ann Mikesell.daughter of Randy Waldrop attended\ as'. best with Queen :Anne neckline, fitted o\*" bride's table was covered with
I Warsaw) and Arthur R. MUcesell, of man.' 'Ushers were Dale Main, Willie bodice, trimmed in lace and studded "I y/Navy cloth and centered witha
of }''Ir.! Ind.and Mrs.P. Joseph Meng, Main and Marc Mikesell, cousins of with seed pearls. The front skirt was -tiered colonade cake topped
son
Lake Paul I. Meng of the bride. pleated; long chiffon sleeves and lace With a handblown glass wedding orna-
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Hampton were united in marriage Miss Priscilla Kendall of Mexico studded ment and encircled
with seed trimmed by heart-shaped
pearls the ,' ,r' '' 'rt,
';S' Nevins Thursday Lake Church, Dec. 29, at 7 p.m. in served as maid of honor. She wore a chapel train. She wore a pearl and sequin small cakes all made by a cousin of 1' ,( i
,. Rev., Mikesell, in Stanton, Mich. burgundy gown with fitted bodice, headpiece, worn by her mother, the bride. Mrs. Archie Wltkopp cut
;\ the bride's father sweetheart neckline, fitted bolero with chapel length illusion veil,edged the and Revt Bruce
Miles performed. thenuptials. Jacket in satin, chiffon skirt with with satin lace. She carried a bible, a Assisting in serving were Mrs.
"ji1!! woven stripe in the same color and gift from the groom, covered with Glenn, Bowman and Mrs. Robert
The altar was highlighted with two flowers in her hair. She carried a satin and lace with white roses and Mouch of Toledo, Ohio, aunts of the
fireside baskets on each side, filledv basket of roses and baby's breath in carnations Interspersed with baby's groom.Following.
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th pink and burgundy silk roses, pink and burgundy.MeLInda breath. a wedding trip to Grand Awl I
I irnations and baby's breath. Flank- Cynthia and Felecla A reception was held In the church Rapids, Mich., where they enjoyedthe
ing the arrangements were clusters of Mikesell, sisters of the bride, were hall where Philip and Dale Mikesell, .winter sports, the couple are
white poinsettia plants and bridal attendants and were attired uncles of the bride,greeted the guestsat residing in Thomasville, Ga.
candelabra tiers.Presenting similar to the honor attendant only in the door. Miss Laura Mikesell, a The bride graduated from
\! a program of'nuptial dusty rose and carried the same cousin,kept the bride's book. Markoma Bible Academy in
: music were Miss Pat Matz, organist, flowers. The tables were covered with white Oklahoma, attended Grand Rapids
: Mrs. Roxie Geetlng, pianist, Mrs. DeAnn Main, cousin of the bride, cloths centered with baskets of School of Music,Grand Rapids,Mich
Loretta Main and, Miss Cynthia was flower girl and pillow girls were flowers and candles. A white wicker and Tennessee Temple University,
Mikesell.aunt and sister, as soloists Darcl and Vicki Main, cousins of the bell filled with confetti hung over the Chattanooga, Tenn.
, and Miss Felecla Mikesell sister, bride. bridal couple at the head table,which The groom has a BS in education
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violinist. The bride sang "A Woman's The bride,given in marriage by her was rung, showering confetti on the from Tennessee Temple University, zIL-------
Prayer during the ceremony. father,wore a chiffon over satin gown couple. in,Chattanooga, Tenn. Mr.and Mrs.Joseph Meng


.' .1* Mrs. Annie Alvarez
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k 9'I Mrs., Marion Conner Captivates.. Audience with Mqflpdrama' Truly- Emily- Post" Celebrates Birthday Jan.84th 22 I


: Mrs :Marion Conner presented Going back in time she recreated changes and wicker chairs. At other :Mrs..*< Conner's unique artform is a and throughout the Southeast. 84th Mrs. Annie Alvarez afternoon celebrated, Jan.her
birthday Sunday
11, performance as "Emily Post" and society in the 1911 thru 1930 era using points of Interest in the auditoriumwere result of her Impressive background Following Mrs. Conner's perfor'mane 22, with at her home by
t. several characterizations relevant to ,costumes and fabulous wide- potted plants and hanging a native of Minneapolis, she is a ,members of the club,resplen- Mr. and party Mrs. Franklin given McDaniel,Mr.
0// her life In a biographical dent In flowered and broad rlmmed
monodrama brimmed hats to captivate .her au plants.Declaring graduate of Florida Southern College and of
i last Thursday, Jan. 19, at the Starke dience. In one sketch her singing bf that good manners are and' has had additional dramatic hats, served a delicious garden Palatka Mrs and Wayne Ellen Lloyd Peterson East,
,n Woman's Club. "A Bird in a Gilded Cage" without based on moral ethics and kindness, training at Northwestern, and in New vegetable Quiche brunch with Florida Pauline Mary and Blanche Roseof
Using only the simplest of stage, music accompaniment was a winner and that "there's a right way to do York City. She Is an avid worker in fruit salad, mini-muffins, sherbet Starke.Randolph
backgrounds and personal "props', along with a ride in one of those newfangled everything, from eating a banana to the cultural arts of Jacksonville; with cookie, coffee!and tea. Nine of Mrs. Alvarez ten living
15 Mrs. Conner re-created the full an ,I automobiles going' at the raising a child"; Mrs. Post helped to founder and director of the Storybook The long tables held clusters of Ivy children and grandchildren, j
J varied life of the woman whose very unbelievable speed of 11 miles an establish the protocol of the nation. Players,which tour northeast Florida centered with nosegays and grandchildren many friends, '
name became synonymous with ett hour. Her,"Blue Book of Etiquette" was an each spring; and has a Drama School, miniature flowered hats. great and other relatives attended. ;
neighbors
quette and proper,manners and who. Her props Included a old-fashioned instant best-seller, and led to syndicated as well. She has appeared before Mrs Lester Ruud served as emcee Mrs. Alvarez .received I
I. is still referred to today. Emily Post telephone with.receiver on a wicker' newspaper and magazine cold library,church,and civic groups,and and introduced the speaker. Mrs. .plants beautiful cards,many and I
died at I'the age of 87 in 1960. .: table, a. clothes tree, for. her'. costume umns, as well as radio programs. conventions! from Toronto to Indiana Jack Trawick gave the devotional. green useful household items.

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UpcomingLisa < Captain D'S
Joy Markham. ? ,*
I Kathy Koby,

Mitchell, Raymond. 'Frier ',' '.'- ,"' Theodore GreenlyTo r'y 4 6' II
, Jimmy PrevattTo To Wed ,Feb. 29' 'Wed March.3 Can Eat For

Wed feb. 4 Rose and Herb ,,Daugherty announce Mrs. Hershel A. Markham of
the engagement' and 'approaching Alachua announces the engagementand WINTER SAVINGSUse
Miss Lisa Mitchell and .Jimmy] marriage of her daughter. approaching marriage of her
Prevatt will be united in marriage on Kathy Koby; to Raymond Frier, son daughter, Miss Joy Dawn Markham, these coupons one at a time or all at pnce.
Saturday, Feb. 4, at 7:30 p.m. in the of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Frier of to Theodore Franklin Greenly, son of L
Madison Street Baptist Church with a Newberry Kathy is also the daughter Mrs. Ordy Greenly of Lawtey. Either way you'll get four delicious meals for
reception following in 'the, .Starke. of Walter Koby Hampton..". ,; J 'The bride-elect fa also the daughter"of only$6.00..
Woman's Club,' A February 29 wedding date.is planned the late Mr. Markham and the prospective fr; I .
friends and 'invited groom is the.son of the late $.
'All relatives are
attend < i: j'1, F'* 'p"Jx Mr. Greenly. .........CUP THIS COUPON .........EH

t. Miss Markham graduated from Two tender fish fillets
( Santa Fe High School and is employedby : FISH & FRIES ,
W.T. Weeks, U.D.C. r: Women/ : '\..".\(WTo the Department of Transportation M natural cut french fries ,
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To Meet Febr 1 rW.TvWeeks >
Meet. Fob 28 '\-u i:' Mr. Greenly graduated from Brad- $1 .SOOtf
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.chapter; U.D.C.-will Women's Fellowship 'will the United States Army (Rangers). ..bpi...:1/28/84:
meet on Wednesday, Feb. 1, at 3 p.m. Aglow The wedding is,planned for Satur- Notgoodwinanyother special D9s. .
at the home,of Mrs. Lester Crews. hold its monthly meeting Wednesday day, March 3, at 7:30 p.m. in Alachua Joy Markham Ictdpa5cipotingCgytD'i.
Feb.8,at 10:30 d.m.'for a luncheon at Church. = ( ) great little seato, place. 5
First Theodore
Baptist
Western Sizzlin', 1809 N. Main St., Greenly
Starke Woman's Club Gainesville. 1 .........1 CUP THIS COUPON BBnHBBHITwo .

Plans'Valentine born Speaker, and raised will be, in Barbara Germany.Martin For, ,. I, >I ;"I'1".1..".,.'.. I & FRIES tender fish fillets,

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day, Feb. 14, starting at 10 a.m,at the will be held to discuss an Wall Portraitin Offer i plr club house. Luncheon will be servedat meeting B Not good with any other ipeclal Captain D&atpanolpahngCaplo's
ten-year'class reunion on t dtocount.
Those 12 noon.unable to come in the morn- February 5, at 3 p.m. in the School. c' ", = ( / )) great little seafood place. S

ing are invited to come for lunch and Board Please conference plan on room.attending Mark Living Color .........CUPTHIS COUPON..BnnnHaaBMFISH
play cards in the afternoon. Bridge '
canasta and other card games will oe Hodges, class president. '. I, H tender fish fillets
I played.Tickets. : FISH"
at $5 may be obtained from F cut french fries
Mrs. W.H. Thomson, 964-7806,or at I- > s N FOR $1.50Two 2 southern style hush I
the door.
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.j:1 .. Never before Of'tor C.plr..2/28/84 '
4\\;" ..offered at of Not ditcounti good with*any olharspeaWlI Captain D'S. I

,,.,.. '" j'BIRTHS : INSURANCE'fn.tlllll' this Price! 4.., rJ99 ,(otparsclpannQCap.D's.) great little seafood place
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Plus 76. *,,for. handling. j : FOR $1 50 and southern style hush'

.Nicole Victoria DeVore, ". t' i ONLY puppies., .
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Johnia: and RtaDeVo're\ of ''St. ",ent4."ke for..your an .pMronig xpraMton.of our OffirfiiplrwaMMNot good with: any.other speclalCaptain. D's.
Petersburg announce the birth of a (Compare at$25.001\ or discount.at .
daughter, Nicole Victoria, born 'Jan.; \ = ( participating P' ) place.

22 Maternal in Alachua grandmother General Hospital Is Mrs. Vera FREE to all Senior Citizens :. .JemI! .mmmlalmm.. '

na Osgood of St.Petersburg.Paternal ,Mr. & Mrs;: David Hodges .-. ;. NO'EXTRA CHARGE for groups .

grandmother Mrs.,Pauline' DeVore'' I LIMITED,OfFER one per subject.! >;, .' ALL YOU ,CAN EAT
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and Miller'of Chub's SportsjCenter107F Put yaunett on top ot me morning with a ctollclout oucaned breoifmtbui.tMvmCaplolna'LW.'r
Mr. : Mrs. StanleysR., .iwvlng \ .
Starke announce the birth of,,a son Florida bacon,rcrambled.ppa hath browr rQs.toppedwllhherhke4'r'
Lester,, Lamar, born Ded.< 20, In QUESTION: What I is, .sup Edwards Road Sjarke, rnuKlru and".." trull.M!you can eat ten one low price, ?'
Alachua General Hospital, plementary'!//nsurance? Captain D's

Gainesville.!' He Joins' a brother,Kelly. I' \ ,' ., SATURDAY JANUARY 28 $2.49 .sruathula....... .1_. .
age 2." ,ap.nea:00AM
Maternal grandparents are Lester '. '10 am 3. pra Kids under 5 eat free
Leach, Starke, and Dorothy Gayof Only at Captain D'. 804 S. Walnut 964-8100

Middleburg Paternal grandparentsare ...
Sikes of ANSWER: Just what It, says -
Mr. and, Mrs. Gene -
Palatka ,and the .late Larry.Miller:of, Coverage: for minor \ ;: ; '
Starke. ;1 .}jdarn6g that I;:you"i or o-: ; l

.Travis Wade Wllbanks .m one In your family might f'r" ,
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". cause accidentally to ... .,
Charles and 'Debra Wilbanks' of another pe'Sori'S '".f '
West Columbia, Texas'announce the property : ,III''i. ..... ,' :.'
birth of a son;Travls Wade,born,Jan. regardless! of,whip, pit fault, '.. I ":'\ \. ?:, .,
Texas' : when no Is at '". I'' '
1,1984 in Bay City" ;rf or even one ; : -.
Robert.and tf''l
Maternal grandparents are' faulty..This Coverage: can: be '
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Paternal Sylvia,Ake grandparents of Starke. .are. CW one of your''greatest assets. Ncations are now being accepted for

and Evelyn Wilbanks of West Colurn If and when"It }Is needed., '

bla,. Texas. Paternal great grand-* !:'Come",by' and,' i.'IIbe.,,
parents are Pete and MabelTbomprIon Homestead
happy to discuss "whatever"Jrteed
Ind.
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Exemption
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?qu-tstina Ashley'Brown'; for supplementary t ; \In* I ,

.*Urance cavaraps. ,
Starke, Mr aGd"announce Mrs.' Terence the M.ferown birth of of'a I And, other exemptions for which' you,may qualify '

.": daughter, Christina! Ashley.born.,Jane. '''If ;have not renewal forms have '
1.I 16 Maternal in SUVtowent'i grandfather Hospital ts'.J'aclc.'' ,, W. you received. your or any'
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Starke Hall and:Great,the grandfather; lateJackieHall ta Ben' Hall
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I. Mrs. :Alvin Wynn,. Guest Speaker .:QI1J'l ,/.liJl iLl fl : .

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At B-U' Retired Teacher's Meet. ly'NF ,. ", '.. '',, ., \ ,1 "

/ Gladys liaoiy, Of TheNews :!]

The Bradford-Union Retired Mrs., Alvin Wynn of Jacksonvillewas '"
Teachers Association meeting was guest speaker. Mrs. Wynn has Society Editor > !.
held Thursday, Jan. 19, at the First been blind for many years. She I
United Methodist Church in Lake discussed her training, which helped : 964-7608 ,', .
Butler. her become efficient in her home, in ___ .
The group met in the Recreation learning to cook, to sew and to care t. t.III'
Room for a covered dish luncheon at for her family. She explained the ,..xr!
12 noon; followed by a program and work she does with a blind group in "
business meeting. Jacksonville.Mrs. FFA News Secretsry for the Bradford Senior>; '
Mrs. Kathryne Epperson gave the Norman presided over the Chapter FFA.
devotion on the best attributes of a business meeting. The next regular Miss Spivey ha participated in
retired teacher. meeting will be in Starke on March 15.I Introducing: many activities in three years in Ag.y,
such as Horticulture Identification.1; ,:
Lisa !
nWoman's Splv y,
Horticulture Demonstration
Sec.. Senior Chapt.r forestry; poultry Judging. : /:, .
Delta Kappa Gamma Clubs Hold District Council Here.. Lisa has attended the State Convention -"'
I Lisa Spivey, daughter of Mr. and in 1982 and the National FFA Convention -,-
Mrs.Louis T. Young,president of the Starke Woman's Club,welcomes Mrs. \',"
Mrs. Bill Splvev of Starite Is the in 19S3
Has Fitness ProgramA Fenton C. Morris director of District 4, Florida Federation of Woman'sClubs
and Mrs. Donald C. Weber, Florida) Federation state treasurer, to the .'
President's Council meeting Monday,Jan. 23,in the Starke Woman's Club.
President's Council meetings are held quarterly with delegates from each ouIan-i
new slate of officers was at the Alhambra Theatre were of the 22 senior and nine Junior clubs in District 4 attending. Hosting this .
presented at the Alpha Nu chapter of postponed until the attractions are workshop session, with both state and district officers, was a distinct honor ::
Delta Kappa Gamma Society meetingon known. Various society meetings of for the Woman's Club of Starke, as a near recordnumber. of delegates was
Tuesday, Jan. 17, which met at 7 the spring and summer were discuss- noted, according to Mrs. Young. : ,
p.m. in the Presbyterian Church ed.At The council, which filled the Woman's Club,was convened by Mrs; Morris PRO 3700 BOW SAW 1 ""
Fellowship Hall in Starke. the conclusion of the business, at 10 a.m., adjourned for a noon luncheon.and completed workshops in an ', "
President Sharon Lyons called the hostess chairman Gladys Thomas in- afternoon session. MU i : FOR THE : ;: :':
business meeting to order. vited the 16 members to the refresh- "
Reports
ment table. -'. .'
from committee chairman were called TOUGH JOBS... : "
for. Lucille Payne thanked Following refreshments Research '", ; ':'( :
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members for the good turn-out for the chairman Ernestine Register asked Did know "' I', '.'
Christmas entertainment for the local the members to tenter the Bradford you ': 1' :
County Fitness for the pro- Ii .,
nursing home. ,
named '
gram. The Center's various programsand Benton Futch was among 'f Save .. .
The nominating committee equipment were shown and Mrs. Gertrude Kirschnek returnedto the honor students for the first r% $2o.00VCnur'rS1 : '
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presented the following slate of discussed by the attendants. her home in West Chester, Pa. on semester at Baptist Bible Institute, r : < / i .r i
names for next year's officers: Janet Hostesses for the evening were Wednesday after a weeks visit with Graceville, Fla. : ; ,: : :
Walkers, president; Gail Cook, vice Gladys Thomas, Hilda Dey, Gail her sister, Mrs. Francis Merle. They .
president; Carol Kelly, secretary and Cook, Claire Brunetti Edna Hart, visited EPCOT and Sea World over Mrs. 'Kathleen McNeely and BUT PRICED EASY!f ;, t: ifJ i':; :
daughter, Michele of Lakeland,spent '
Maxine Gibson, corresponding Linda Harrell and Maxine Gibson. the weekend. .t. :..
the weekend with her parents, Mr. "4 "" "
secretary.Plans The next meeting will be in Lake wit...toMlfMpmtmtant AUTOMATIC OuM oWng lyMMnSUPER :; .
for attending a dinner theatre Butler on Feb. 21. Mrs. J.F. Bloodworth underwent and Mrs. Herbert\ Thomas. _*dwrund_: QUIET(rort mounwdCOUNTEHVIBE '' ,,,'
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knee North Florida' .pulr.nsMNgmum.r. ., ,
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PCJWeRFUL3.1cu.Jn.engIne I fl
Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Riddle were 'r.
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Regional last Thursday. .
Jack Burnett tymm-cut vHwulon by TV ". \ -
first and Mr. and Mrs.
I Parties For Recent BrideMrs. were second at Duplicate Bridge "'.-NMr'' MANUFACTURER OFFER359e95 ,
Mrs. J.G. Jackson spent Jan. 13-15\ Tuesday night, Jan. 17. F... :"
with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jackson In $ 'Rmlan puichaMd btlwMn no*and I '
Fth.2ft 1ttB4 AHCHW4-4 WMta torDtllnry
Andrew Strickland, the Street Baptist Church was the settingfor Gainesville; Jan. 15-16 in Bronson Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief spent D UU|____
former Suzanne Ball, a recent bride, a bridal shower Friday night,Jan. with Mrs. Bernice Kennard and Jan; last week with their son-in-law and '
was feted at two parties the past 20, for Mrs. Strickland,' given by the 19 she, with Mrs. Elizabeth Stalnaker daughter Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Sfarke Power Equipment :
week. ladies of the church. and daughter Penny, visited Mr and. UnderiU in Indlalantic.
On Thursday night, Jan. 19, Mrs. A green, yellow and white color Mrs. Don Ray They in Orange Park,
Strickland was given a linen shower motif was carried out in the decora- 322 S. Walnut 964.8568 ,,:
tions. The refreshment table was Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy returned Mrs.Tommy Chastain has returned
by Mrs. Johnnie Johnson, Mrs. Jim
Lewis Ms. Patti Modesitt, Mrs. Jim covered with a white Army/Navy Saturday after spending two weeks after two weeks business trip in New. "=_-.::_.::...r.mn. ":::: .MM.,nun_tod..mini.BMlM.fl in.lUM rtllf TUtanOA rtl.OtlHH>'|-THji ilTM*Mi lol CMItl3tliM_uiilr.+.liai._Nonwnu MtoMftWMfOMM'tWllti. _ilMuaoli.Ui.ll IK not pa M.*.
Rowe, Mrs. Wilshire Walkup and cloth and centered with the bride'sbouquet with their daughter and family, Mr. York for Imperial House.
Mrs. Eddie Douglas and daughter, of silk roses, and daisies. and Mrs. Gene Ivey in New Orleans. I
Gayle, at the home of the latter. Also on the table 'were two white .1,,
The 30 guests were served feather doves, cake, punch and sand- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields and'
refreshments while the honoree. open- wiches. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fields of Jackson!
ed her gifts. The gift table was centered with a vole were Sunday guests of Mr. and SETTLES ,
The hostesses presented the bride doll and portrait of the bride Mrs. Herbert Green and Mrs. .J.H. : "!
honoree with a corsage and a and groom. Fields on the latter's birthday, S r
bedspread with matching blanket as a Corsages were presented to the U.S. 301 S. Starke
memento of the occasion. bride and the mothers. The Methodist Women's Sunday
Fifty guests attended between the school class had a dinner party,last 964-4642
The Fellowship Hall of the Madison hours or 7 and 9 p.m. Tuesday night at Bennigan's.
Restaurant in Orange ark'celebrating
I Mrs. X.M. Smith's birth HARDWARE STORES \

I 1 Parties For Engaged Couple day. ., '
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Miss Lisa Mitchell,whose( marriage Chitty, Mrs. Carolyn Taylor, Mr. and .Births J WINTERJSAYINGS SA .. ._"
will be an event of Mrs.Leonard Register, Jr..Mr. and -"*s tf4f*x>'M J : r
to Jimmy Prevail ';tUIIo iKW \i {
,Mr.- Mrsr
honored at a kitchen 'Mr j J"mesC1"08bYtSr. \ Wjy t t ,Q2 ,
4 .
./ shower Feb. ,Friday was night, Jan. 20, given Register Mike Sexton and,Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Jim Steve Duncan keniteth Allen Strut* 'M No/frPImr- ..w .. ,i i'. .wrBM,.-. !.,t"j ,oJ ,,; no.lyrf ..rRII"q/nrm7, trio:. H
her homein
Steve at
Mrs. Chapman
by at the home of the latter in Conerly Mr. and Mrs.Bruce Allen Strube of '
Fernandina Beach. Truck :'j
Estates. the birth of Pick-Up LEAF RAKE :
The refreshment table was covered Dunnellon announce a ALL PURPOSE ,
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan greeted the Allen Strube, born Sun-
lace cloth and centered with a son, Kenneth
with
punch a bowl encircled by, a variety of guests the receiving at the door line and composed presented of themto the day Hospital, Jan., Gainesville.22, in Alachua General 'y 4 2". x 4" x 8' TOOL BOXES Reg. '3.99

red and Ivory flowers. included the honored couple and their mothers, Paternal grandparents are Mr.and Save $ '
which ,7// 20.00
About 30 guests, ; ,
Radiology staff at University Mrs. J.T. Prevatt and Mrs. Freeman Mrs. J.E. Strube, Sr. of Keystone 1 2 9 9

Hospital in Jacksonville where Lisa Register.The Heights. Maternal grandparents are PI .50. .
works,enjoyed games with prizes and refreshment table was covered Mr. and Mrs. Clark Stovall, also of
with a linen cloth and held a silver Keystone.Maternal. X78.88ij
refreshments from 7:30: to 9:30: p.m. "
punch bowl and basket of silk flowers great grandfather is S.P / Yo"
On Saturday-night Miss Mitchell in shades of rust,brown and gold.The Stovall of Macon, Ga. and great / / Save '1,00 .,
Prevatt were honored at table in the playroom was covered grandfather is Jean Troup of
and Jimmy
house" given by Mrs. Joan with a Army/Navy cloth and held a Jacksonville. Jii 7/a& '
"open bowl and trays of
crystal punch Electric or Kerosene '
M"HOWDi TOflf9 Dish !
snacks. .t ,Garden ::
The hosts presented the honored

Union Primitive Church couple with the vegetable bowl in QPopcorn' HeatersCloseOut Light Bulbs In. Our Plant Dept.
Has Guest SpeakersElder their chosen china pattern as a i
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memento of the occasion.Approximately 40-10,71.100 '
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200 were in- I 25 .
guests /o
J.A, Langham of Winston
Yarn Marshallof vited to call between the hours of 7 9 OK
Salem, N.Cand Elder .
Hahira, Ga.. will be guest speakerson and 9 p.m. invention is an American Indian
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Jan. 25to :'" Dried Flowers
Friday and Saturday nights A. .
27 and 28, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Jan. ? 'r \ : i
29 at 10:30 a.m. at Union Primitive r 1/2. picks tl 4 s
Baptist Church. RON DENMARK INSURANCE ; 60 /, 1' 79CPkg I r'
Reg. 1
The church is located on Morgan \. :;
Road, C233, 1V4 miles west of SR16. Representing Prudential ,"
Elder James M. Land, Jr. hil

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".nuary2a.19114 TELEGRAPH: P g 7AbyC.E."Sue"Davl i
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Brooker News. ,. ,


.of Mr. of ners were fourth 'Slevie: atory of Arbor Day, the Import servation was made available by th*., lit involved with business an4 cannot *
| : ton and Mrs. F.U Pearce : grade, : .
attend the
flit and Chris e of trees to all,,people was stress- Florida Department of Agriculture meeting, The boa
'Lake took Snow fifth Mead
City. The'wedding placeJan.
phOll.485-I34. ", grade decided tl
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to
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,1','.I. ": Johnson and Consumer Service Division of me each quarter
: and
6 at the Southslde Churchin Amy Fletcher ana
Baptist ;. I of % .
Dedan Church grade, Vince Presta are a unique and renewable Forestry to all schools requesting It., once month
News.,.. Lake City. After a snort honey Robinson and The directors will schedule theirmeetings :
Following the students took
resource and vital ,
program
In Chastain. are to the protection
the will be
\ Sunday night. Jan. 29 | moon couple residing part in from for one hour before the
'talent Lake of the water supply and for sup planting trees shipped
I night at the church. This is aU local. CityBrooker Brooker Students Observe plying abundant raw material for industry the Division of Forestry nurseries. regular meeting unless needed other ,
Those wishing to participate may do Elem.!: School... Arbor Day Jan. 20 Trees have aesthetic value The small trees were offered at no wise. The board will meet Feb. 16. to a
: Arbor Day was observed at .' otherwise unduplicated and the forest cost to Brooker Elementary School elect a president for the 1984 term. i
Sft3a5Si53SrBworship ? Students a poster In contest grades with'the 1-3 participatedin following Elementary School Jan. 20 with to'I affords shelter and food for wildlife. and all other schools in the state. There was some discussion in formIng I
a girl and boys T-ball team-
results: special program and tree plantinceremony Thousands of useful produces come Brooker Athletic Assoc I.
time. Refreshments Membership is open to the public
and directly or indirectly from Florida
fellowship will follow _In the church First grade, Eric Wilkerson and Inez Wayne McLeod.according More to : forests Florida was among the first Meeting Held.. for the coming season for BS> per 1
than
Parrish; second grade, Chris Ross member. There will be nominal feeper r
[ dining room.Brooker a
states I
and Brian Clark third grade, Shawn Students attended the program ever to observe a tree planting The board of directors of the I
player of f 10 registration not to
Included selected readings on day in 1886. All states observe Arbor Brooker Athletic Association met last f
Bpt. Church... Thompson and Jeremy Tetstone. exceed$20 per family.The club voted .
Students In grades 4-4 participatedIn America. Day. though! some on different dates. Thursday evening at the school to. sand '
to builders' to i
purchase
After church services at the church Guest Florida official Arbor is the elect officers some
an contest entitled "Why We speaker was. Dave Day for the coming year. '' E
essay mix into the ball diamond due to the
Sunday night,Jan.29,a reception and Should Prevent' Wood Fires". Win from the Division of Forestry. While 3rd Friday in January. Special Jim Hendrick was appointed to fill
hardness of the which is hard 11
shower will follow in the fellowship portion of the program{ was given literature on the Importance of con the olace of Phil Galney since Gainey clay as
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hall for Mr. and Mrs Howard Mott, nit cement. .
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Those in the |CCU unit at the 'AIVTOCAS. : FANS pauG SIORE '
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Alachua General at this writing is
Aubry Hazen, formerly of Brooker, __ --- EU I
and Bill Brian, husband of the former :

same Carolyn Earnestine hospital Dyal Russ was for also tests.of this admitted area.' to Mrs.the END OF THE MONTH SALE!


weekend Dara Goodson guest of of the Leesburg Hugh was Crosby the January Is almost. over. ,but not the savings I

family. at EckerdiThe ;
Mr.. and Mrs. Don McDavid announces .
the marriage of their : I

daughter,Denise,to Robin D.Pearce, '. t

Yancy Miller Completes Eckerd .

Recruit Training ri ia Choice WINDEX'I'

Navy Seaman Apprentice Yancy At Eckerd,you save on GLASS' I
Miller, son of Josephine Miller of Er brand name drugs. You ,a
Starke, and nephew of Mr. and Mrs; I IL save even more with generic. ,' CLEANER
James A. Peterson completed drugs. DCI .........
recruit training at the Naval Training
Center, Great Lakes,'Ill Dec. 23 and
reported to Submarine School on Dec e 't I 109
28 in Groton, CoM .
During the eight-week training cycle I _
CURITY
trainees studied general military q ,
subjects designed to prepare them for COSMETIC SOFT PUFFS ( I $1 pl.
further academic and on-the-job loo ow denw1i"1
training in one of the Navy's 83 basic. PUFFS UPTON :
occupational fields.' MO*1OO
GLEEM or COLGATE
CUP-A-SOUP '
Included In ''their studies were
seamanship, close order drill, Naval TOOTHPASTE aaanMeralwolrelvtclrm

,'v,, history The Submarine and: first aid.School a 5V4 week Compare to a I Um t 1 (: fr
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course designed to give basic Curitv 69
knowledge on how a submarine
operates.Seaman Miller wiU be home.
i on a ten: day leave starting Feb }2. _


I Lance'Cpl. Gary Hart 'SCHICK LYSOL VIP PRO ;
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A war Meritorious. Mast ULTREX or SUPIIR1 BASIN TUBA MO-WATT -
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CARTRIDGES, TRAY Of
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been awarded a ;Meritorious Mast U CREAM wnorrar ;(
1 while serving with 2nd Marine. Division 159 w TOAL-SUH. HEARTS '9.88 ..\
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recognition 'from,a' Marine s' com -- 1 C 'b NOTEBOOK 4.88 S3_

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Court No. 18, Starke; celebrated its, .
second, anniversary Jan 21 .at the ,
Western Steer Steak House. ,
Purpose of the meeting was' to
honor;.tlyl Senior Citizens of the "i r
Heroines: Mac .Dora, Hawkins; Ms.
Mary Frazier,and Ms Sally Williams' :::I.SHP. 14" x SO" 5-SHELF

was given flowers for;30 years of ser- ,,1, DING: DOOR STEEL

t I viCarl b:.Haielocal'IIuneral'direc"[ ssfe*. :: MIRROR SHELVING ,
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columnist for I Il srt s et
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l Invocation was given by,Rev\H.C. 12" ."
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Long of Gainesville}I music! : OUR irVTlOT STOCK OFBUCTRIC '
i rendered by MI.Willie, M. fouW*, ., I,. r0 .
.of the Bradford,Bounty. school CM R8GULARBLANKETS 1 12",1C SO"C! 66"
t system:and solos.. were performed by ; DESK
Ms Shirley Williams(Lord's Pr yqr)

and Ms,Jessie' ,Berry' !_(One DayAt A ,. R '' .
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Time'' .- .; :
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k M... Emma'Tyson, WorthyMatron
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.song ml dedICated to bet' If J Cabs
Help Somebody sung by Mn.' dDe' ,

Halle Court,,'A No.Masonic Brouche!given from to,Ruth past :OPIN DM.Y I t9, suNlMy'S to .. .... PrIc.s: oged thty "rat. Jan. ..,
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matrons: Mrs. Beotrfc*'DeSue\ and + IMITHII.IIGfITTO"""" O .' I

Ms. Flossie Mitchell. TWICI THE PRINTS> :1'W. '.
Ninety-seven guests".wets jarfweattor TMCt THE FILM

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Brown: County Should Health lnsur : Hampton Hilitcswho t" I';r 'd:' ."' 'l'( -,'''' .

J Keep ; '
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Recommendation to the county Former Rates: the Oct 26 opening. Life Investors Then more'companies' .:"would.'bid phonp4sgi.JI5' '., ..'' Visitors... "' t., '\.. '*'
i commission when if meets March Swill Emp. Family kept its prices the same as Oct. 6,and Roberts has maintaiend.' ", .' Correction... .
be to keep the health insurance Life Investors $43.68 $69.02 those are the rates the county But Monday Roberts told commis- Mr. and Mrs.. 'John Aculf of Fort
company it has Life Investors,accor- employees are now paying. sioners he didn't! know which Last week's column intended offer Ogtathorpe, tja,, were overnight
ding to Clerk Gib Brown. New Rates: George! Roberts the county in recommend the county way 16 sympathy to the family and guest. of Jo andDebbieMeng; at the
Brown said taking the low bid Life Investors 61.11 160.21 surance consultant, said Monday his The county has been go. friends of (Jibe Williamson who died home'of his:! parents, Mr- pnd Mrs,
I received Jan. 9 would save a few Dep. Health 55.62 151.50 agency has never stopped looking fora Metropolitan, Blue Cross through- Blue Jan. 5. The\ name, D )mar William- .'aul Mengon Jan..IB. t .
1 dollars, but the commission's Insurance Appal. Life 59.78 152.60 better deal. The best Roberts could Shield,and now Is with Live Investors Son, was in error and. your correspon Mr. and Mr/?. JKd; Mersey. of.
j Committee feels a 3-year experience Starke, BC-BS 52.98 159.76Sch. come up with was the Appalachian paying the premiums on a 30-day dent apologizes. Lakeland have returned home'after
rating will be more impor- Bd., self-ins. 44.07 121.10 Life offer, which would save some cancellation basis. N W'Arrival.... spending one week' with( their
I tant in the daughter and Mr. and Mrs.
long run. 5500. Despite a 27 percent rate Increase family,
1 After taking a third round of health The county is currently!"paying the the City of Starke stuck with aSS on, Bill and Patty Sanford of Hampton Bill Sanford, Laurel, HollY| and Ker-.
I insurance bids Jan. 9, county commissioners new rates offered by Life Investors Insurance agent George Roberts an 80/20 deal with' $200 deductible Lake proudly announce the arrival Of ria.Eugene
remained in a quandry and has been with the company one told the commissioners:'"The health policy. Rate for a city employee Is their baby daughter Kerrla Cecile Meng of Orlando! and
t about to whether to take the lowestI year. In two more years the county insurance business has come to a $52.98 and' for dependent Sanford. She' was born Jan. 13, at daughter, Angela of Hawthorne,
I price or try to build a three-year ex- would have a three-year experience complete shopping deal" $104.78,or total family cost of coverage$157.76. Alachua General Hospital In' spent the weekend visiting his family
perience rating. rating, the lack of which, the county The problem was turned over to an Gainesville, weighing 8 Ibs. 9V4 02. and friends. here. ,, \ ,
Newest bids from Dependable has been told,is the major reason major insurance committee of Commis- The school board, after getting too and measuring 21 Inches. Birthdays...
I l Health in Jacksonville or Ap- insurance companies refuse to bid sioner Maxie Carter Jr.,. CPA Pat few bids, went self-insured through Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Ipalachian National Life Insurance on the Insurance.In Farnsworth, and County Clerk Gib program offered by the educational a Mrs. William S. Sanford, Jr. of April Scoggins celebrated her 6\h\
Co.would save the county some$5,000 the original call Jot health insurance Brown. consortium based in Putnam Gainesville. Paternal great grandparents birthday on Jan 24 by sharing her birthday -
L per year but would still be higher than bids, back on Oct. 6, Life Investors Before Jan. 9, agent Roberts had School employees for health County In. are Mr. and Mrs. William S. cake with her kindergarten
r the City of Starke or Bradford school rebid and Blue Cross Blue advised the commission to stick with surance only, $44.07 for'' Sanford Sr. of Gainesville. classmates at Hampton Elementary.
'board pays. Shield made offers. The commissionrebid Life Investors to build a three-year themselves, $77.03 pay dependents Maternal grandparents are Mr. and school, .
The latest round of bids, however, but received no new bidderson, experience rating with one company. $121.10 for family or Mrs Ed Merkley of Lakeland. January 20-Bradley Snow; Jan.
did elicit two bids, from George. coverage. Kerria joins her sisters, Laurel, 21-Eddie Lloyd n. : Jan. 24-Bettv Stone.
Roberts Insurance Company of
Starke and from insurance agent Bill
Harrington a Starke native representing -
First Insured of America basedin
Jacksonville.

Meanwhile county employees con-
tinue to pay health insurance rates
some 27 percent higher than last year,
and with a company, Life Investors,
with which many county employeesare LARGE HEADSLETT

dissatisfied. '


Crime For Senate Bill Set Actionby 1 CALIFORNIA, 3' $


Sen. Lawton ChilesIn

the first six months of 1983 there DCE
1 OMUS
were some 140 violent crimes per
hour in this country and over 50 BUY
murders per day. Disturbing though
these numbers are, they actually PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., JAN. SAVE 400

reflect improvement over the 26 THRU WED., FEB. 1 ,. 1984.
previous year, and I hope the
statistics for the last half of.1983 will
look even better. BONUS f
Still the picture is clear that we BUY PILLSBURY PLUS fr s nGREEN> ,
have a long way to go to recover from
the depths of criminality we' have CAKE MIXES .

reachedinrecentyears.VVecannotbesatisfied YELLOWOARM CHOC.. BUTTER VELU9W,CHOC. rOMU{ CUKESJDCTEi3giii 1
until people can again feel :MINT, teMPN.CARROT,WHITEae.BMAN; WY
safe on the streets of their com- BOUNTY '--:-; CM munities and In their homes. This
means continuing diligence at the
.V V
local,'state and federal levels. PAPERTOWELS LOW

When Congress reconvenes this .
month, .important bill the Com Bonus BUY
prehensive Crime Control Act is "
ready for final Senate action. Enact- SAVE rty
ment would mean a stronger hand for
law enforcement officials
crime; it would mean increase
penalties for illegal narcotics offenses r RED or GOLDENDELICIOUS

which are the-key to so much violent
crime; and it would bring an improved
criminal justice system designedto wuv'LVLOr"
punish the guilty and protect victims )
of crime. Among its key provi-
sions: fisii {IIY
For the first time federal courts : .
could deny bail to a defendant on the
basis that release would pose a threat ;t& BAG

I gym to a community..ji. .. t',' bflM\"..... .;
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would.Parole be and good-behaviorccrediw r 'b, _,. ''" t. ; I. .. II ,,
limited. A i.
new sentencing + V 9k* .w- 4'h <+F w'er"MMhv JI .hyy 7aw4; '.yrYWn .LtV xr nv.
commission would ""fPAle. V '
develop more VCAVOAV {;vavtuv {vaavwe tvrrvoll
COMPARE LOW COMPARE COMPARE COMPARE
uniform. sentencing procedures. PACI PAlCI
The insanity defense would be .
limited to those"unable to appreciatethe rVNB TASTE RONZONt>wine OR MEDIUM JUICY CALIFORNIA, ALLPORPOSB '.

nature or wrongfulness of their Pear Halves . .....89 0 Country Noodles. *>. 21BARBARA Lemons . ..1219. ,Yellow Onions ,., u,25*..,, .
acts." The burden of proof of insanity DEB-ASSORTED ;/ ;'..,I!. '

would prosecutor be on having the defense to prove rather the defen-than SUNSHINE Grahams HONEY(dNMAMON OR ) ,_ $119 Fun C mes.. ? lfc. 7,* CANADIAN Rutabagas ',. .. ,23'. Acorn BUTTERNUT squash' ..; ... w39', : :.:;" ..
dant '
not insane.
I'WiMAEI.REGUTARORHOT'
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Federal penalties for drug of- COFFEE'u $229'' Chili 79 CWtQP ] L84'9. '
us wnxwas ,_ '59AnJouPears"
'I' Florida Carrots ? .
fenses would be increased. ,: .?; .a .. ,,
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Seizing of the profits and proceedsof DECAFFEINATED CRACKERS SALTED OR UNSALTED ,,, 't ,11'"+ -. ";,
LARQB OENEHO
ing organized operations crime- or and substitute drug traffick-assets Eight 0' Clock Hz $329 Sunshine Krispy 1to. 7ftO Fta. Avocadosr. '::2/1, : 89,*/ ..

where crime related assets are .q''
:
beyond reach.of government. wouldbe '
allowed.To .. .' BACH .
limit crime money laundering, I. r
laws controlling transportation of
U.S. currency out of .the country
would be expanded. '
Murder-for-hire and crimes aiding :
racketeering would be made federal /t'4 ll :1tir
offenses, thus involving FBI ; e I

resources and expertise in investiga-
tion.Federal 8 COCA COLA YOU PAY "
,
laws
regarding child pornography -
and dealing with fraud and n DIET COKE. SPRITE 9 g .
TAB MELLO .
related to federal B YELLO fl
strengthened.Donation programswould OR MR. PISS.us. }.urotr iu 'sav{ i h non

of surplus federal pro- B 8 PACK- BTU DEPOSIT .

perty to state and local governmentsfor A JJMTM COUPON PER ITEM. l '
THBU .. 1, 1984.
facilities urgently would needed be facilitated.confinement I... ;. ; I..,

Unfortunately this legislation does
not include needed changes in the
!
A
habeas corpus law to help limit the -
frivolous appeals which are bogging Hurn Save ecr ," W10"' PAuLSAVUleO.' I .

down our federal -courts and un- SAVE 3Q CASH GREEN GIANT 1 : DOLE sees .,' UTERI
necessarily delaying justice. This and ...:>.JJ.: _
WHOUS OR 8UCED :99'i PITI 9 '

some committee other as issues being were too controversialand left out in 2 DIET PEPSI COLA, YOU PAY MUSHROOMS JLIItwl. ;F' 1. cHAeueDRaaee a D39;

in hope of avoiding the fate of the I. PEPSIPEPSIUGHT'89"' s::. 1 .: .. i ,

1982 crime bill which President save is' SUNSHINE ,SAW aer'. ''CELLA SAveaiJdo ,.
t Reagan vetoed. However a separate OR 7-oP A :! 320z iloz .' ,-,1-w. .,. 1.8LITER''
VANILLA
9' habeas corpus reform bill -was ,i TWO LITER ,COUTM! r HUN"'IN ':, "
I, reported by the committee, and I LIMIT-1 COUPON PER ITEM. CATSUp. 1,1o9 WAFERS -I'09 w...WlNES.$499
GOOD THRU utywr nnf, 19Q4. .
earnestly hope it will be approved. by t. BONUS PAC(. I .;
Congress and the President. I....... ....u1.I IW": r- !

I believe there is reason to feel en- .. .... .... .... .... -.- .
couraged about our crimefightingresults I .. .,f.
but I feel just as strongly that by & -..-.. ar; I "
of the Crime Control is i : > '
passage Act ; drens wsprwneFunk II N'1lt1MEI COMPARE. .COMPARE:' / ,
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essential to keeping us on that track, >' i. .' '. .PttICII.. .
'CHtcKEN EF MUSHAOONI', C.Q.ARM: H':, < ", .. .

Hampton Police Meeting r ttl, d a 1 CRCINIQ ..,..v ._f1' Green......, .: "iw.y 21.r, ..'l'l ,'::
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In a special council meeting to II!&" ia? ssi2f*. "

'J discuss the police department,Hampton ""'t ,. -.i) .; ,......4/1. ,TI uf ?. .1'
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made one
Council only
: City : ON's Ct.N 6TaW "f.TAN ,.. ,
decision-to keep a second police car; A 1{w +m..t M.dNlr lh Mm FOrcer FYNI TASTE EO" 9 44 > \ ..' ,
This the first of.two special P. J W 7 rho"de 79
was called by city officiate .LwL.lon ..vwruW.aLrxrw+ww.a o MAces Alvlt: ? 1 o.e' eYMCY.n .. .. ( :, \ ."" .
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within meetings a month where no apparent ..r ..v.r a/MO..WS.sbw'h.rbwn.ws O.rW.n+.rMh.ernnpn J..o.n + y'1 t Illustroted k1 EH ICGICNtfG ."..' uT'rERWORM'e,,,, I 0 ,'PANTS !Aaiio rt0BAthroorn .co, ',' .>

', progress was made. ChorrwY.M a n {bb ac aodY Mro.r,uorr b ,ar w. .n,Ma ToldJritCB( ) >=fo-t ndorstQrld. Syrup'w !; ,; ', f2 iJ'j: :i1a4" .r-'. 1, .Ii9s14N'_, .rcLB' \. '
t' called when during -
., The meeting was languac
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a Dec. 13 meeting >. .
'i resignation of temporary deputy marshal n
'I Parmalee. Town Marshal '
John .
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at that FRENCH'S "--1< tWIHliICf.IIt. rl
a John Hodges was not present I. '. .
meeting and the council voted to set, SPII.l.-- '\ RIA.ra&. '" \ ;\
the POTATO. PANCAKES. .. 1\ ,
about police ,
'I,. .': department.the special meeting The pedal meeting was I LUNCHEON::,.:.ATnrue .........;;. i. ... (' '"Jh,,.." .,'r\\J)> ,: ", ...' ',;':"'., ,J l '1U''' _......t,, .'' ::,,, ..
asked for Council Chairman Ted : t tv.
by < "
Curtis,who wanted Hodges to be present ,n 59 \ : II .r',
discussed va :,,' \ .. I., .J
'j when the PD was : .;. $1'19' :
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that the PD was 1,300 in the red.Par 7' ..__ 'JJ4MJ j".t"" .'
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I malee was asked to resign by Hodges --.-,...-..-. --- >'' '1,"' VJ'

: + and Curtis due to the lack of income to ..... "
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r I pay for his salary ,,}' t ..

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fell Banquet PeU" Set Feb. 10.... Exercise Class old Different\11 Days.., Set For SaturdayBradford
Arrn'oS banquet is set for '
Guard
February
W at the New National
on Edwards ROad in Starke. Morning exercise! cla sponsored fey the Starke Recreation Department
The Banquet is has changed from. Tuesday and Thursday mornings to and Wedn
0n80red Monday *
will be at ep.m dinkier by the Starke Gator Quarterback Club.,Meeting day mornings.! ., .' 'I; High, ba el>allen will be game.This Mason':\ team will take on
Along with Pell senior at Gator 7 pm. and the program at 8 p.rn... ;, ,'i" \ 'i', I :"'I '> $, playing in a 50 Inning marathon game the team made up of former BHS
Price for the tickets ill$10 and footbaU players are also Il\vited\ to attend., ' be
li'lorist, Charley Johns Agency can Leila'Purchased at fou.-l<<:anionsWilson'dOver starts at 10:15. :,;j High diamond.Parents Anyone that ha* played baseball at
Zoo tickets are expectd;; and Jesses Loung4l. of team members will be Bradford'can play In the game. If interested -
; to be sold.Location of the bAnquet was moved ,call Mike
from the Starke Golf and serving a grilled chicken dinner for Hartley at BHS or
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With college Country Club due.to space, ;' 'i,' $2.50 a plate, The dinner will consist at his home phone 964-9032.
.pcoming players.recruUng nearing an end,doll aboold be able to comment on II : il1'1 of chicken baked beans,potato salad, BHS nine started practice Monday

I : '. ?", .' City; l3aSeball.Reg.. .\;$ : ,''' rolls, and iced tea. Other concessions with 20 players out. Hartley expects a
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Lawtey Baseball Reg. Set. : : '', ,j" will also be far( sale at the game. few more when wrestling and basket
.. Recreation
Registration for all Starke Depfirtinen baseball leagues will Members of the team will get spon- ball seasons end
JaLanwtey Little League b8sebau registration set for tluee'dates In start Jan. 16 and end Feb. 29. 'h,1 ;.. '. .,: ;';: .... sors as in wallc-a-thons to play in the First aregnccnlseason game will be
: { .. game. Funds will be used for the,,BHS Feb. 24 .
Jan. 24 and 28 registration will be from 68 p.m at,",the Lawtey Elementary' 1 *)' : baseball program. Bradford loot two seniors from the
Three will minor 8-10 year olds 11-12 and Dixie
Cafeteria. Jan. 28 registration win be from 441 a.m.. leagues bet major Youth A pitching machine will be used 12-12 squad of last year. ."
Registration fee is 1 13-14. Ages are effective on or before Aug. 1. during the "So far we have been doing alright,
parents game.
registration. The Jan.28 date 18 the deadline are reqUIred for r ttrratlon daring for Sign-ups at the Old Armory are 8:30-12: and 1530.Pratt Street will be open Feb. 11 is !set for the 'OldTimers'BEST but the cold and rainy weather has
registration 3:00-5:00.: held back "
us some, said Bradford
Baseball Coach Mike Hartley
With the bad weather hampering
the Tornadoes practice Hartley
.hasn't had a chance to veiw his pitching
staff. "We have been swinging,
Uj) the bat well, which is where we were
hurting last season," commented
Hartley; "The people' are kind of
tA'f .." r dragging and there' not a lot of
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leadership, but hopefully that will Im
5 LB AVG PKG.
3 FRESH prove when we get closer to the
PKG. PLEASE season" .
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BEEF SAVE 60. LB 'Friends of Chief of Police M.M.Jor '

PER La PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., JAN. dan regret to learn that he Is a I.

26 THRU WED.:., FEB.-: 1 1984,. surgical patient in Orange Park
_
Hospital of Friday Our prayersare
with him. He returned home on
BONUS Saturday; Jan. 21 and we'are glad to
report that his' surgery was sue--
I ce88ful:


Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison. :Jn.spent :
:''Sunday with their daughter*
eonuesur Mrs! Jim McCarley Jr. and went to
,
eonue pomp 0t St. Vincent's Hospital early Monday

t morning" with them.! '


Miss 'Sheila Hap and her fiance
John Champagne of.Miami-spent' a
i t: few days with her! parents, Mr and \
..r'f Mrs.,Jim Haga and family.. They will'
'f go to Chattanooga, Tenn. to visit his
,, r RS .
I mother Mrs., Georgia Champagne
f, for two weeks. While in Lawtey,they
\ along with Jennifer, Haga, visiteQ
Miss Elizabeth Terry' on Saturday
'1 afternoon

"S ONUSa '
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i eUY d Deepest sympathy of the community -
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l eOMUa eurPik is extended to Mrs. Ira Thompson>
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!:iusLwL.5I and children because of the death of

her.hunband and fathe,t>Irwrfhomp} ,, ..,. ,;,
r t 'song Ourprayerv re:Wrttt them'all.: h


We were happy to have Mrs.Lonnie
CHECK CHEdl< Teston with us at church on Sunday'
COMPARE. THE5II! COMPARE. __ THESE ,1G1JI" COMPARE .. PROS after having been ill for several-'
PRICES PRICES
weeks. She stayed with her son-in-law
U.aas.A..ORAOe A ....... LAROeMKATY Rrtl*TUfII f'ryerWlngs. r =LB69 0 Turkey DRUMSTICKS ., .= li39p Turkey Fimiks ? pw.' 69. Biscuits.uerwtw .. '0, -4ST79; .Mosley of Highland, .

SMdt o II'ORI< .... 69. 0 MW.TUBKHVONeORTHReHLBPKQ.! Pimento WF XM>Ch- & 99* AXII.AOD'S! .i 99 ': Mrs:: D.O. Brown and,, daughter,'')'
,Neck Bones .. hca,uCAROUNAPPJDK 7ft se. Yogurt . Shawn were visiting her daughter '

,, Ground Turkey 1 O. unxsrra I 'BHB OH CHfeese a *eo NJBWOPAPER' Bunt a Uvav S Miss Sandy-Thomas of Jacksonville'.
COUPON ON PKOS.
s $.a9
,, 8ft.. 1' Roll Sausage AS s Lykes Bologna : f 1MEAT. ,
Red Snapper. .::5tLS .1e ,, ,I\ We are happy to,report that Cecil
PUN ...sH Hardee was able to come home,
ooasa BREADED: .BfElOR' CHEESEea! NBW8PAPER! r. H*.P
PANTRY PfW)8:PUM S-SO
HEAT&BERVBOncorPatties ,........, .ooa P1(0.53.80) COUPON ON 2 PKO8. ', Tropicana SET! ou. Thursday from,, North Florida
ftgo. ._ ...... .19. Franks ,_ $1' If CTM. Regional Hospital, Gainesville. "
: : =,. te .R. ____ 0. ....... Lykes' oj enoaoouNrnvCROCK
sr
S QWAtTNEY\SLICED 79
BH hkiciA; :- ; I Turkey Ham '. *130. 'Vegetable Spread .:::.. 'I'
WaWs: ;(MR.TUMuv) L813 :,C "" =s, 249 0 ,0 hca.i.Oq Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crapse, Jr. badea ,
birthday party on Sunday afternoon
,. 0000 Onl1 N m.oraccwrm. d,.YOCtIM. .OW. Fl.e.e WI....f11Vf, Yqe........4.?TO. LIMIT OUAnm1. ,for their son, Michael David Crapse ,
"/"I"'fI" OOI.D TO.-. NOT nen oeeauroilTvPa? w cALe -
III,.who celebrated his second birth-'
day. Several' of his relatives came to.
; be with him. ,
Mr. and Mrs" Oscar Vanzant) of
Callahan came' to see their sister,
!1t t Mrs. Hardee and went with her to see I
Cecil Hardee while he was In the
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.hospital last week..
i eonueeur Mrsr Earl Prevail came home from !
North t
Florida Regional Hospital,
Gainesville, on Thursday. We- pray f" 1
that she will continue to improve. "; /,
.a a Mr,and Mrs.Danny Phillips visited t
t their mother, Mrs Helen Parrish of ;
Jacksonville,'and the three of them I
visited 'their brother and sisterin.law !
; Mr and Mrs'Leslie Phillips ,'j

,,,,,.,.. Jerry Marks and brother James J
--- ej.
'SAVIUo" pACK'' .'
-' 8AW 10" JEftO'S 10 Marks of Laurel, Md... visited Mrs. \ I
I : id.9ot FROZEN 'GOOD ,NEPTUNE Flossie Rosier Fridayafternoon.. '
TUR : : rPJZZA; MEWS ,$19 g SALAD .$199' Jerry Marks is the husband of, Mrs. 1 I

GRAIN L.egr9' Bozg'j. '___ 9 .RAZORS r '+ Rosier' granddaughter.Peggie Lee. _.... !
. PAN. )4'a": """.= : """'e NII' : j"" ,eAOa WlTHCRAllMU.'T The Marks were on their way to Tar?, .
;
pon Springs to visit their parents, Mr. .
10' sea f 1, COUNT FRESH BAKED = and Mrs. Marks who are spending !
1. or wreerowri
'El'cr =FROZEN : the winter there. They'also"attended "
; COFFEECAKE $
! ; a eesVe $ 4'' AED.if ::912 69 the Super Bowl game in Tampa on ;
P4 A-IPAI( 6O
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I tr Sunday, Jan. 22. ., 1
1. Riraai ', 5.1. ..!' yar.nonr. '' \ 9'A. -3IaEl'S. l 'AUIT"CHII8II,' annu.... ,' Mr., and Mrs. Larry Norman 'attended ".rk
} : :,' a bible conference'at' Trinity :'
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.. ...... Baptist Church of Jacksonville where.
4, -- si THB SERVTCE DeU-BAKBRY arouse ONtY Dr. Bob Gray is pastor each*night. ;. .., ,I
? 1 't' Their mother,Mrs.Ola Starling,,went s 7,
'S sT.MAR 's.CO'PA'RE' _' \avdvdeseAY: :COMPARE" t_ avu.air.. .COMPARE. wdvorraAKED with them one night.' '
...
, ,. .. / '. e "I 'AleCI Mr. and Mrs.,J.S., Waters of MacT', i
DREAM. BATHmFORMATiON. ". ,' rnesH clenny} visited their parents Mr. and !
. PAMTRV OWimooH p ; hbnlrlirhes: ... 8"1' Mrs.,James Waters Sunday after-'
PHKM BWQUtAW .'' :41s9 Muffins., *) '., on ;
t ... e e 4> ,0 noon'and they all enjoyed the .guper :ta
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R' .. N aAwar ,
lassq "
i-OMEeTYI.- '
. ';- '" .. ,w'I 'ANLPaOlli.Aw+.M0trrHOU 0'j BO'crame.. .
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,ONLY1a' : -
d .....OFI AI..OI White. Bread+ '., .' ,. ,ww 'sadMrs. Charles Starling andL
. .TO tr1MtIPtlETIa ., Sp.:8&.V": ,,4" CoIgMe'WlAVII },if"Sf,; e...88* wn'HTWOVlG8TIUiLDANOAAOU.' f attended the bible conference ,;.,.
;TQw8EI Church .Jackson"j
at Trinity Baptist ; : ;
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'' P0N8', ;JIPAHM'f-"'IMnt ,, : 'OR SUPERFEB. : 1 FH C SAUBBUHY ville, each night last week where Dr. .
9e'
t tWi11.t8E1tl UEOriiltli ,l +lwK1MtMlls, ;; .ie'' ''Kot x = I; ,. $2e9 ,9teaK Dinner: Bob Gray is pastor. ;'; +

4.19O4, L 'I c. 0 ors WlTHTWOVllGllTABUSAADAftOU. Pastor and. Mrs. David Brown attended *' '....
2' sr: MAAV'SCOUPONB, PANIl''U PIWIII TENOen+ CMUMH.8BHEAVr Camp Meeting at Nassau Baptist {
7ftt8' < .0IR&DIEM8D" ::8IIrawbe. 'rl..: ., .,,,=" ,.... aet. It It .' ., ,-', 5" Chicken Dinners.+ ', '.. S1" Temple,Yule.)la. last week.
:yt ItRU F@1Axi8,1994.: ) ?w.; Mr.:and Mrs.Jim McCarley;Jr.an'-.

...... .'- nounce the birth of a daughter Bran-
:......o .;..r. -- : ,' 'di Leigh,bolD Jan IS in$t. Vincent's .. _,' '
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\ 1- .
.. ..' : Medical Center, Jacksonville. She ,
....' ., :: .. FASHIONABLE weighed t Ibs, 8 ox"Maternal grandparent ...
CUBIC ,.are,, Mr. 'and Mrs.- B.L.., '.i
BREAD : : i.ea"Jr'; and paternal grandparents -,' II,
; : aw Mr.:' anal. Mrs. Jim: .M<-
; 1. (: ; ;FROM Zl4ft: Cartey ST. of Starke.,Great grand.Jj. .
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.. Z")9.s .8. g ) g"rn9a.f', ONLY,., 1IfiKH .' mother Mrs; Geneva WiWttaoe and. 'o
r 200a.eM ""' pmt grandfather ill Stuart LaekhArt' "
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., ", UTornad0'baeketballers i took their ."everybody!: 1 mean everybody fast break lay-up by John David at :M. ';''l\{+j';;ml

etri' second loss of the week at Santa Fe just went cold. We couldn't buy a when Sam Norman let Francis with a 'i 1 ''
,High Tuesday night toeing a- three basket" said Coach Mike Sexton.It long over-the-bead pass downcourt.SA n'1 ,
\ point lead in the final three minutes. left an experienced St.Augustlne!) maintained an 8 to 12 point lead :. .I
r The S9-M loss to the S-, Raiders 12-4 on the season. the rest of the way. ,; ,.,'rt I
came after a 51-48 loss to SLAugustlne BHS was down''1244 after the first paren Chandler scored a game ." I
here Friday night Jan. 21. period but had the game tied 2411 at high 18 points and brought down 16 rebounds i..f
t A very disappointed Coach.'Mike the half. Forward Sam Norman hit eight offensive and eight ; !
Sexton say his team is not playing four baskets in the last three minutes defensive. Only other BHS player in .

.' A, with enough '''maturity or ag- of the second quarter to keep BUS in double figures was Sam Norman with II
'" gresslyness. The players are DOt performing the game.Norman gained BUS a 16-16 10. SA had three,players in. double
: up to their capability! ,Sexton tie with a set shot from the left cornerat figures led by Joe Logan's 15. 'I
,r',' RftVft, S:02, hit a iMooter from the left BUS was 9-for-41. or 22 percent
Now 8-7 on the season the Tornado side of the baseline at 2:25: for an 18-18 from the field the second half. A Y, j

:,,\ ',five has now been two on two off for tie,-and added a driving lay-up with lo-for-24, 6r 41.7 first half brought I.
;: the fourth time. "We seem to be in. ::19 remaining,,in the half to put BITS game average up to 29 percent. Sixi. I f

L M .- .position to get things' going our way up 2423. teen fouls were called on Bits, 18 on J
but we can't get the third win/!" says Robert Bellamy fouled at ::16 and St.Augustlne. ,BHS was 8-of-U from ',' I
Sexton: SA's Joe Logan sunk of one two free the free throw line,SA ll-for-20. d' !
The 'Tornadoes are getting 'some throws to gain the Jackets a 24-24 tie t

Robe f Bellamy Scrambles, with Jackets fort BalL' .good ,Individual efforts' but are just at the half Score by quarters: ". ''V'' ..,'
not getting a good team effort,' the But then the Tornado five came out Bradford ..,, 12 'lit;!( 6 1644StAvgurtln : ; I
cold aa'a ,cucumber in the third
,coach says. 14,, U'M '. ":,
r period, missing their first few shots
)% Crucial Game*'Coining Up... In three minutes SA was up 32-26, the Individual scoring: "

I > or ,, The Tornadoes meet"Orahg P.ark'at only BUS basket coming from a missed Brdfonil Mlwuy t+4;'*.. lt M-l, NOTIM f
:: shot Herble Cooper rebounded and vise, ChwdUr .>''', CM W *"*', M_ S4-L .
: home.Friday-night; Jan. 27,,and put back up. -.... t..*. tam.,"'.t.TMrft' le.....
?: host Keystone Heights Tueday night St.Auguitlnei turn 4u, -...... Mas
It 37-30 SA the end of the
: : NOTICE was by .. ......... .
,. PUBLIC. -Jan. 31. third period, the only] 'other BHS .n;e.irw 1 .n. t44.ar.s'6N.waM. !
"These two games, are crucial to ..1.1.3.141+.ir I.L..wa., ..''..''_ '
Sam Norman
from
'" Coach Sexton out points coming a .. ..
pointing .
us, says and t IS t..k an.
basket with/ 33 left In the period a
Bid i
'. that 4 of the last 6 'game have : __ .
been the road.
on
,\ Revenue Sharing "Maybe we can. shape up down the {
; stretch and get. something don t.

," Coach.\ Sexton says hopefully; .

Handicapped Regulations ; Safata F'tb''59,-.BUS" -;k' "

", r ,N r BUS'came from behind, got a three
point lead over'Santa Fe with three

'This notice, I is 'published', pursuant to ,the requirements. of:"Section minutes trying control left In the the ball, but in a blew; road it 'I.

51.55 of the Revenue Sharing published game. Tuesday night,Jan. 24. .
Regulations 'as '
.- BHS was ahead one point 44-13 goIng '

In' the ,Federal Register, on: October: 17, 1983. Section '51.55"' three'into points the fourth 52-49 period with,about and went three up :


prohibits 'd's' ri nlnaflGft ,against qualified individuals' 'becauseof tried minutes to control lefLThen the ball.the.Tornado. five" I _

Santa' Fe stole the ball from BHS

their handicapped :status. twice,' went flown.and scored."BUS I1ot
turned it over once;,and the Raiders A55,1

converted on that ,
.3-, going into the game Santa. Fe,

The Bradford..County Board of County,Commissioners advises ,came"They out hungry just outhustled for,a win,us," atdCoach '


the public, employees and, lob ,applicants that it .does .not 'boards got ton..The second Raiders and third got; on shots the. .


'discriminate 'on 'the ..basis.. of I handicapped status in. admission "and;BHS that.equalled made a difference.,Santa Fe.' in; field 1

goals,26 each.,BHS, waa 2-fodr7at the t

off'', cGaess'ty', r?.::! Jm lfM"t..P.r': IJ vr"v PItymnt'! [! '", ft : r..r. m!.aud ; JL fould e4lS shot, Santa 44 percent Fe '7-for-lU frei* &" 6 u.neit.i ",....,.,.. 1

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activities.. //y .MatI i f 1FSam: Nor : aniwa..4-tort-.aU I In the
third quartet Chandler was "for-;lfl., r
Cooper 5-for-10- :Bellamy 6-for-17, and

(Francis Hor-2. :'

The Bradford County Board of County Commissioners 'has: ,Score by quarters:


designated, the 'f following" person as, the, contact to coordinate, ;: I.IHS'. .14 u' 'll it, ,1B t 11 l u.e 10...'.".' -


efforts ,to. comply' with this requirement .. Inquiries should .bedi'ectid .. ..or
  • Norman ....-... Chanalert'-'.20. Cooper"
    to: 'Esther B.., EHerson County Finance' Director 925 4-10.. Prounfeher. 102.Totals 2..'-....
    : ,. ; (.KM "I Belle. .4-M1,Nkkd. .,-..
    ''Florida 984-6280 Rushing '*.* Yount ..2+4.: Edwards '";
    North\ TempleAvenue, ;,. $Starke, ext. 250 between 7-1-H..William 3.0.1:Total.lW4L .JV Cabers Whip Raiders


    the, '" hours'" of 8:00: 's.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Frig St. Augustine 55 -.BHS 46. -Bradford i 'High' junior varsity pulling in the rebounds from Santa

    For' the first half the,Tornado five eager went to a full court press In the Fe,eliminating their second and third
    day. played 'even with SA' rival fourth quarterproducing a 52-46 win tries at the basket. '

    StAugustine; but 'a cold, cold BITS ,over Santa Fe Tuesday night. Switching to the full'court press,
    ', third period saw the Yellow; Jackets. Earlier In the week the Baby Tornadoes BHS forced three straight turnovers
    take an easy..55-48 win., fell to St. Augustine In a home which turned into: three 'straight ;'

    .... -, 'game Friday night.. baskets for Bradford."We spread the .
    '", :: ,',' c ', .r .a .m '
    --- c : 'ball out and it
    ) Bradford is -now' 4-7 so far this turned Into' a '
    ..'01. 'of GLORIA: G. ':In the estate to who'a ford substation 'In Stark vlronmentol Rvgulatlbn" season showdown says Slater; /" ..<.f I! ,:;
    ROWE deceased:'ea.." copy of this Notice of Administration with,,associated access 2600. Blair;Stone Rood. BHS rallied to a 10 point lead at one ':
    I I r .Number 84-3-CP. and hosr been 'roads;.\ culverts and Twin Towort ,Offlc. point in the fourth quarter, then the ,
    I Legal Notices : FII., Number 1-3316, Is, 'mailed'are' required, structure pods''to be constructed BuildinTohoioes.e.'; Up Coming Week Raiders closed the gap to 52-46 by the ./ !
    pending In the .(:Itf/ulf, ,WITHIN THREE MONTHS. within .rom. Florida 321301.: end of the game.'i' '
    Court for Bradford County FROM THE DATE OF THE' and1 wlflands :.tributaryto > .. Jjchy V24'op :'y#; .
    Baby Tornadoes'will host two- Frank Long led the Baby Tornadoes
    The
    ,TowniKIp S South.. "Florida rVobet DM. FIRST PUBLICATION OP IheJSanta F.'River.
    ,IN THE CIRCUIT South Hong' 22: East, Brodlorj Non th* add,.. of' 'THIS NOTICE fa file'any' Rocky" Creek, MontsochaCrook \ ': INNTEENTIOr' games this week. Friday night In scoring with 18 points followed by

    COURT OF FLOWDA. County,' FlOrida and run, 'which Js "P.O., Box B, 'objections, they''moy' ; ,yldke, Hampton,:; .. REGISTER '.. orange Park visits Starke, then Tuesday -; Kenny.Holmes and Reggie:Jackson
    EIGHTH JUDICIAL > '' have that challenge MM.validity ,Loke-jfow.il and lake ,In, ;:with each.Cecu Jackson ad-
    : 'South 69 deg.. :34 min., $tare. Florida 3209UJhe FICm>OUSIMAM* night neighboring. ,Keystone points
    CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR 20 Meo Wt for 65.46 .personal represent$; of th*decedent SomftS \\. A',.nori' who diana visit', ded another. eight points along with'
    BRADFORD. COUNTY, f..t; .!.nc.North;Q d.fl. 'teIt1".. of the estate are 'wJir,.the qualification' of ., I* substantially affected i 'Pursuant fo "1Saction Junior vanity games begin. at. 6:30 Ron Brown, with four ''and, Greg
    ACTION SHELLY' RENEE ..ROWE'OOWUC the' personal represent.tatlves .. by the fiepartment'l -'.- Jackson with ''A,\ .
    09 mln.,ll.ive, w..t lor'33I.3O proposed 8 S.09", Florida Statute*;! and varsity at I 8 p.m.j two. :;:
    : decl- .
    CAS6NO.8343e.CASTEPHEN ; nd DIANE -or th.'vntm t>f-\ .[permitting !!
    : ,; tHto the' point'b.ginnlnap !: : 'of the court. notice I.'her.by given -BUS 28
    ELIZABETH ROWE, whose .(.jurisdiction S slow may request a han St.Augustine ,
    of, _" thor 'he
    3. sHOL, US;;, thirsts\ ;addresses or.: Sh.lly'R.n. ALL ,. "CLAIMS 'Ing In,I-accordance with' undonlgnwi. BHS52SantaFe4fi.Baby After jumping off to 10.2 first
    -- continue North 0 d. Lorraine tampion P.O. ,
    Plaintiff. e 09 ,Row. Bowen_ .. ,DEMANDS AND OBJEO., sc'Ion'120.57\ ,, Florida'
    ,
    min, ..U:.. lox Stark.,' Fl period advantage the boys junior
    ..'. .v Stork FILEq ,and Chap.n17land
    Box BIS ,
    P.O. ;
    444.99 rest thence 32091. fell varsity five at lost '41.28 ..toSt.Augustine
    ARTHUR ; N.V WILL.. BC.FOREVER',.BAR.no FJorlda olaowiwr. doing, Tornadoes behind In the'first
    .DefendantNOTICE GLOVER, >g.,,, :'1',mln.,, M iCw: ,j Uo.t for : |.. Elizabeth Row.. Rout. 1;: of AMA DABOA DAWOr 21 in the BHS ,
    n Dot of flrst-'pobllco-- The for Morin was a shooting match from the first, gym. j
    j&ftntajovth' odrq., 05, Bon 674. Law/,Florida request !);! 838 ;'N.' fwnpl A_.,: Kenny ,Holmes led BHS with ,12,
    OF s.t4PURSUANTTOi 33)38.,The nam and address 'Ion of this Notice of Ad. must be filed (received) commented BHS j junior vanity Coach..
    mlr, ''39 ci; East for Stork. Florida 33091; Intend points Frank and Cecil Jackson
    ; ; ; "of th*, p.rsonotriprgL.nletiv.L' ministrations 1 7 January'. .In'the: Office of General' John Slater.-. ; Long
    ....a..fwf:thence South.89 .- to register told f k- end! each had 6 points Todd McLeod and '
    CNAPTERi3i' at- 1984. ,c. ,",,, of the Department By the of the first half the Tor*
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    ; tGrn.y" _are set:! ,forth. Of 2600 Sick Stan nadoes were behind by a narrow two Greg ; ::1\1- .. .
    .. ,22).70,'-of,to'' ., ) '" aforald .IoN'.. BH3 had 13 field SA'a 12 !
    NOTICE IS 1 GIVEN that ,beIoW., RICHARD E.WELTV, ,. ; : ,Mood. Twin Towers Of-\ point margin 41-38. ;: goals to ,.. i
    pursuant to a Summary\ ,the Pufnt'of' ...."nl"'. ['All' person* having :954 N. Tempt. Avenue, "- '<;,,,.flc., '! pulldlng.Tallahassee. ,. DATED.'this...10th, day ofJanuary. .With Qv minutes left In the third but SA's D..'McClure hit 11 of 17 SA !
    Final ,,JiMtomntirfa, .*d( l.ContolnbHI: 2.26., ''oer' ..,-i ,claim or demands ,'.0.80)19915. .-' !Florida"' ',* period', BHS fell ,behind ,by nine free throws for the win McClure led I'
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    January 12, 1"4, Inc COM;: mono or I M.; against th* estate are Starke.'Florida 3SO9t; ;, ,, 9HMi; <[/within fourteen -l, S/121tpd' .. points. BHB.defenders then, started SA.with 13 points C. Baker had 18. .
    No.$843CA o. th* OfV : DATED this 12th,day l o*!' ;,required...WITHIN,7MWfe'.MONTHSPROM. '' :.(*M)94-aMb) ""' '\"r.J(14Ms( *. of publication'' : '.:'NOTICL' ".? !
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    /Judicial' ClrcuW,. In" """ 04tiIIIh S. IA WN' "DATE'OF,' THE" FIRST t Personal, I ..s I I. designed, .OF TOMGISTER"INTENTION; I
    [for Bradfnrtf '.to..,. of Circuit Court)i ,Representative' ,j."tDulot.( ., aci ,'': '
    ; Sktrti PUBLICATION OF: THIS e aaeney ;
    NAME Bucliliolz ;!
    S ", ,-,,Moody 14 tt Mft f V BBKIJUB '' FICTITIOUS. : Wrestlers Fall
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    ,\I"I"' " ,... Betty M. AlienM4 N. and Saturday at the Mid-' at the district contest 1* PWU'V .i
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    I .. By Mark FrtedUnI Force) arrived In Jacksonville to begin their stay in
    I BCT Staff Writer North Florida after a bone-chilling, 17 hour ride across
    It was a British Invasion out at the Florida National the Atlantic in a U.S. Air Force C-130 transport.Actors
    ! :Guard's Camp Blandlng facility last week as members ding to Public Relations Officer Andy Keenan the
    ;of an elite force the 3rd Signal Regiment of the British troops are glad to be in Florida.
    ':Army, operating conjunction with the Tactical Com- "Hey it's almost like a holiday for our boys after
    i :munlcauons Wing of the Royal Air Force set up a com that English weather" Keenan said seemingly
    :plex and highly secret communications array. oblivious to the rainy foggy conditions that have
    j "We're in the communications business," said Capt. lingered over Bradford County for the past two weeks. / ,
    ;Phillip Pratley a native of London with a gift for "We're used to this stuff all year-round so when we geta

    j I understatement. "It's hard to go Into too many details chance to enjoy some sun and some warm Ft 5
    without revealing too much but let's Just say we're in temperatures, we enjoy it Immensely." 7 r i
    'charge of setting up communications links for Army Members of the regiment have taken time out to visit r'

    I land Air Force units on a worldwide basis.* several popular Florida attractions Disney World was {
    The elite outfit Is composed of men from all over everyone's. first choice according to Keenan and planto S : S

    !England, and the regional accents so stimulating to a visit St. Augustine early'next week before they : :
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    common in North. Florida are varied and musical to "Everyone was looking forward to seeing Disney -
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    :Falklands War early in 1982 when British forces retook he conducted a tour of the operations set up at the 5
    ( that stratlgicaOy placed Island system from the camp. "The terrain here is very different from what
    I occupying Argentinian forces who had taken control of it's like in England. Seeing and operating around the,
    the island and enforced martial law over 2,000 English foliage and lakes here are a unique experience for our .
    (speaking I inhabitants. lads many would have never been able to visit Florida n'J' IM rr E'
    3rd Signal Regiment personnel hit the beach duringthe on their own and they would have never really known k
    !( first wave of attacks as U.S. and French-made what it's really like. Ydu can get a much different impression
    ':fighter planes flown by Argentine pilots relentlessly of the state from television and films over In
    (Strafed bombed and rocketed the British sanding craft England. It's not really all palm trees and beach /after
    [and cargo vessels supporting the invasion all. > L
    "It was an Invaluable experience for our men" Much of the 3rd Regiment's equipment seems fairly '
    (''Capt. Pratley) said. "We were in charge of setting up commonplace until a Captain warns that the\ SS ..
    !communications for Gen. Jeremy Moore the officer in photographer's lens have strayed into a sensitive area
    j i charge of the invasion forces at his headquarters at in which photos are not allowed. r '"Ywl, y a ; S
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    (our men are 18-20 year-olds very young lads for action '
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    ,us at the same time." Please SeeBritish\ .Communications.. ..

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    ,'f.. l "4 two one act ballots filled with the splendourand beauty: unique. to the art K., i."The .'',
    t... Organizations ,, Stork Soy Seoul Troop 70, moots from 7. r.8:30 p.m. each'Tuesday lit the*out hut'" Plr.blyd"and'Th. Carmen BalleY*wilt; 'be'presented Jon.:36-28."FOD?3.4 with

    behind the tennis count on Pratt Street. ;V. *.>. 'r. .c 'matinee performances on Jan,' 28th and Febt 4th at the Constant Theatre.. Call 392-1633

    Hippodrome' Film Club feature a variety of film of a contemporary nature each Frl- '. .# 'I ,"..," ;:'for 1 1 Information',0. .> i ,. Ks., -,., .,. -.,, *,'. I
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    J '.' \';. Have: art announcement?;... Got It Into us by Monday 91S p.m.;and we can put jt In tho ,
    I Judo Classes will be held Monday'and Thunday night In,the Keystone Height HighSchool .' : !$!'t. i 'I, Calender. Local events, church'gatherings,' special ot now'groups organlilng
    : cafeteria Junior classes will be held from 6:30: p.m.,-7:30 p.m. and.senior classes' ;" : I . 'r"+ will> be.Included request. W. must ask,that ke.p thermos concise at possible.
    from 7:30 :30 Call 473-3964 for more! Information. J .v .....;n .* Rlvor. Ittuwmk::Cowncllr will meet. January : 2* In Lako Butlorfr st ," you { ... I" I
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    Club. Call 473-3784 for further Information. ; Features a Florida I cave; five. Florida ecosystems; ,'the Hall. of Florida nd 0.
    'Unl County legislative Dl* *t'om"wlll; hold tTpublle hearing on TuowJay;Pofe; 38 <*T
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    March 9. Closso are sponsored by tho Bradford Ho.pltol CraaV and Son. Silt Grant bo _", lIobl. to dlxus concern fcf the rut .. "
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    noon at":30 p.m. In room 1 26 at Union County High School. Alain Stark.on Tuesday II' 'r' I', < '. u '1\1.\ : .1":: ;'
    :};ot 2 p.m. of.St. Marks Episcopal, Church.,Call 964-8078: forWormotlon.,,: I ..,; '" ',.' u/\: Ij. ., \'q 1 '1 1 :': .ro J, \\y' nq 0':'I;"wZ>;+YC" "'7r*q:/tpu',- : S':tit.;. 1 :, 4I'r" ) \:! k"; J:.; iiii' ,
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    tho and playing of classical and eooklo the :.t '. ":!' I: ,: *, 'fI \IIj: (; ."' ,I"I5' .... ::.
    : Patrick'. School. The society I I. dedicated to performance Jan:29 ot $2 par box H you ......a sweet tooth crow dollclow s.;|feat eon r Orlando' nlgntfeb.24 \ $ '. '
    : guitar -" .. Three concert' ore planned for tho" 1983-84 _" All guitarists" ore girl In groon and'holp upport tho Ctrl Scout*.': .' "'1.,4.; *rCtar)( \. "' 'rdrlt r,'\\t._ Will bo.'In concert In Friday; f..,.... "I"I''>" oU30p.\I" ,... "' the 'portotorlum.Tickets %*. wl.'l"." ".. '." '.. ; '-''',:; .
    welcome at tho' meeting. .. '" : : II'I I "I'I''fJ\t.r; ova $10,50. Call 81XeUo-83lir; for Mwelnformotlon. '" ; i : ( ;. :'

    A Wotghtwo...... dub... being held In Sark.. on Mondoy"Ish"at *:3O p.m. Callfoggy ::,' "4tlii'|; .1i'''. .. : ',
    .,.... W_'* CJufc.. will have a Valentine-luncheon on Tuesday, F.b.11 at 10 a."" Regular ,
    at tho dub house. luncheon will bo served at 12 noon.Thooo unable to come In tho mar.' *:<:! *.$&- :. : < A .,,,-/j! < 'Aliawy' .. ,, '" ,'r", ,. '" ". ; 1/ I." ., ,
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    'ore played! Ticket tare S5 and. may fee,obtained, by calling Mr*. W.H. Thompson at, wookly or monthly get-togetheR and Meld functions. A weekly danco to being hold arooch P7opr..tlvp, tuck sounds from England' Sunday.: ,January. 27..at the,Von Hoof eoM.rtiliss ,:

    ;y4d1.70o6.t at 1M.cIocw't- '..,' I Friday'night.at the Women' Dub located two*' block.' couth' ol /tho troHl". tight or,.. hall! I In: Javonnoh.Georgia.: flck." ore .*ib.54paCF i,Call, ,1.427. !314 i tOt moo; 'lnIW! .;'
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    ,Craft Workshop Workshop.* Include 19 Aml. Quilling taught by Anna ivpklewlcx; ?Pln.wne'Wy.aLss! : 'r, :; .ltur", ...... h.. ......!. ,,f".1., :, ; \ :: -'; d "'t ,Ollt.e....." ,', f tI I )I. .t ;"t"," ':, 'iI' ;' n, _

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    Leon Charles Biicldialter Guilty P1 ,Nets 25 Years in PrisonFinally .)


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    Chair, Leon Charles Buckhalter pled Stroh at his apartment In the Nollman down and died, the friend said ,".' .
    guilty Monday, Jan. 23, to the home, the friend told investigators. Buckhalter then set fire to a mat- "'i'j'
    November murder of Shane Stroh Stroh's death was first attnbuted to tress and left the scene. '. I
    found shot to death In the burned the fire, but sheriffs investigators The medical examiner's report saidtwo
    Nollman home. started an Investigation after seeing' bullets entered below the victim
    I y That same day Buckhalter, 34, was Buckhalter 'at the fire scene and chin and one bullet entered the upper
    sentenced to life in prison with a mandatory receiving tips from Buckhalter's part of the head, .
    II y 25 year'term by Circuit Judge friends. Buckhalter's mother was approached i4:1J
    I Elsie Sanders, the stiffest sentence Buckhalter was arrested and and gave consent to have her homeon
    possible. Charges of first degree,ar charged with solicitation to commit Wilson Kd. searched for her
    I I 1 1I son and soliciting to committ arson arson when It 'was learned of weapon which she thought was there, :
    were dropped by the state in exchange Buckhalter's offer to burn Stroh's it was not. Many man-hours went Into
    for the guilty plea. vehicle' for the sum of $200 several the searching for the weapon but until
    Buckhalter plead guilty to the weeks prior to the house fire. That Monday could not be found.
    ,murder of Stroh, 37, whose body was agreement was riot carried through.The Even though the weapon was not I
    found in the ashes of a 100-year-old burning of the vehicle was planned located the state could prove its existence
    house at 521 North Cherry Street on in a local bar where several other according to Investigator
    November 11. Buckhalter was people were aware of the discussion Denton. The Baretta had been purchased Leon Charles Bl1ck alter.,, ,J
    developed as the prime suspect Loper had been dating a girl but she 20 years ago by Buckhalter'smother's A resident of Starke the past.thre' '
    A 25 year mandatory life sentenceIs had alledgedly dropped Loper and ex-husband, who was Buckhalter has been a ,u cf
    the most that can be given for first had dated Stroh for a couple of.mon- located in New York and agreed to r.ears. five arsons In the area ,;
    degree when the death penalty is not ths, thus the reason for Loper's needto testify for the state.Ammunition .
    asked, according to Assistant State 'get even.' found at Buckhalter'shome .i l
    Attorney Thomas Elwell. Both the Once Buckhalter was arrested the proved the same as the bullets about the plea; this was' a, perq::!'
    prosecution and defense had asked Investigation surrounding the fire vic- found at the fire scene and In the vic serious crime committed" by a yorvdangerous .
    individual, said Elweit:
    that penalty. ... tim intensified. The medical examiner tim's skull.
    The.guilty plea probably saved the was asked to further study the An original request by the defensefor "We Bradford are glad to get him and off the streets' ,
    county a $40,000 trial, says Elwell. body removed from the fire scene. A psychiatric examination of the of County the ,urn
    Elwell and Investigators Don Den- bullet was recovered from the skull of defendant was abandoned after necessary cost 'of a trial has been I 5

    ton and Wiley Clark were ecstatic the victim and another bullet was records from Taylor County showed avoided.
    Monday after the plea found after much sifting of ashes at Buckhalter was competent to stand
    the fire scene. Tests revealed both trial. That examation was made in Agency Cooperation
    Suspected Arsonist bullets had the same markings and connection with Buckhalter's 1980 Not enough praise can be given themany .|

    Buckhalter, a suspected arsonist in were fired from the same weapon, conviction in Taylor County of agencies which .worked?
    Taylor County and Jacksonville area which has a limited manufacture. burglary of a structure, a Malik together, said Ewell,adding it was,;:?.
    though never been convicted, was at Market convenience store' in Taylor[ the strongest example of cooperationof
    the fire scene, a common trait among Murder Weapon Available Co. He was placed on probation for law enforcement agencies In the' **
    arsonists. A second karosene fire set A friend of Buckhalter's told pro- that offense In May 1983. state. The Bradford Sheriffs Office,
    at the Bradford County Telegraph the secutors the defendant came to him investigators from both the Bradford. ,
    a weapon murder case.., same morning seem to be set to divert the morning after the fire and was Avoids Death Penalty Baker and Union Count' State Ah molt

    When BuckhaiterlS was ;retrnM( to jail after his sentencing Monday, he the fire department, another common visibly upset. Buckhalter told him he' Glenn Weiss, Buckhalter's public torneys Offices! Depart-
    trait, causing Denton to suspect had shot Stroh with his mother's .22 defender attorney, said his client ment, Florida Department of
    decided to show authorities where he had hidden the
    gun. Criminal Law Enforcement, State
    Buckhalter. calibre Baretta, according to Assis decided to change his plea rather than
    A three day search of tiriffis Loop, looking under every palmetto'bush', A friend of Buckhalter's told Denton tant State Attorney Elwell. risk the death penalty. Fire Marshal's Office from','

    i revealed no weapon.:r tn..a; hree day search by divers In the pond at the there was more to the fire and Buckhalter said Stroh had a knife in A sentence of capital punishment Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Orlando*a
    fairgrounds failed to reveal weapon, causing authorities to be very suggested Stroh and Buckhalter had his hand when he met him at the top of would have been unlikely, said and Ft. Walton Beach, Brookef Marshal -
    frustrated. ;. '' 'J been arguing after Stroh found out the stairs late the night of November Elwell. "Florida law requires that not Tommy Raulerson, Florida State
    Buckhalter and W. C. Leper had plan- 10. Buckhalter said he shot Stroh once all murder cases are death penalty Prison, Florida Medical Examiners -
    1 The gun a .22 calibre: Baretta. was found on Edwards Road Instead of Grif- ned to burn Stroh's car, a case in' but the victim continued to talk. A se cases. This case just didn't have the Office and further assistance from an, s'i'

    fir Loop but was ,wrapped and hidden just as described by: Buckhalter, said which charges are still pending. cond shot caused the victim to go necessary factors," said Elwell. .' ,6

    c Denton and Clark..; '' .. During a night of drinking' down to his knees but he still was not "Our office could not be happier'. See Page 12 ortjn.V

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    . proving on with a variety of training' 'r.,' "I 1:1" ry tai'S feJ 'be'ctnli feted wldiiH'bn day's1*Ili v.s I> like this here 'in ''' The and "' U1I
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    , The British troops are very much @ ,. 'I safety of the hospital and return home all in the )!
    I aware of the high level support they ( same day with a minimum. of disruption,to their "
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    3 Worker at' 'the White Feedlot'In ChelfUnd The feed ... served" directly from the .
    i prepare a truckload of specially mixed cattle trucks Into a* concrete earfe or' "bunker. ; '
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    r ducers the sides of beef that hang In cold storage waiting to be turned lion line In the next room. ,

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    :B-U cattle Producers 1 111 W. Call.Street t Starker ,
    :,) p tour packing f plant_ ..feedlot ,

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    { Farmers of America (FFA) from to calves when they first come On the Wednesday, then they are tagged for ," says Grade. ; \
    r Bradford and Union Counties went on lot. A different ration Is fed to the Identification and. dipped for The chronically ill cows are set. Going( O.uQ''" ;
    : the Cattle Producers' Tour to the calves during the time they are being parasites vaccinated. and given dosesof aside "to live or die" says Grade! f1 r r "
    : White Feedlot in Cheifland and the "changed over" onto the growing ra vitamins. "But a lot of times they'll 'surpriseyou iii QQ .
    " White Meat Packing.Plant. in Ocala tion. From the growing ration theygoto Later the steers and the heiffers are and recover on their own."' 4 BUSINESSWe
    f last Thursday another change over feed until they separated and either put out tograze Grade says, he. is!"a, dairyman by. \. '..
    The bus arrived at the White begin to eat a finishing ration. They'are or placed in the feed lots to be fed trade" and was recently transferredto "
    1 Feedlot to find coffee and doughnuts"waiting started,on the finishing ration mixed ration. Their ration is changedas the feedlot from the Hilltop Dairy ARE Open, : :::
    K to stave the when reach about and careful is When he took over administration of :
    off early morning ( they 700 pounds, they grow a eye kept '
    ! munchies while Art Grade manager > 'said Grade. .on' them. the, feedlot. it was losing moneys n.!'>'.........'".'. '. "
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    , of the feedlot prepared the tour; \, The rations all< contain,.varying "We have a man that rides the pens Grade says it lost about $50 or $60 per j ", ,'"I <'''' ''.' ,.1\" ,,
    Grade told the' group that the amounts and mixtures of corn silage ''every day;" says Grade, "He' does 'animal from April to September Last.'I; 1" I ; 'R' .. i;' I'
    I \ feedlot buys calves and then puts corn screenings (when they "screen'1or I nothing but look for sick cattle and if: .year. "In the last two months we have t M "' ., "' ,' %"
    ' j them on specially formulated fedding sift corn the screenings are what is .there's one sick, he'll find it." made money, we haven't recovered!I' "'
    L programs so that they can be sold to left on the sifting area), Ft 40 The lot has two hospitals where sick our, losses yet but we did makes ,Due ,to ;Water Damage
    f the packing plant at, the best USDA (vitamin supplemented feed) cows are cared for. Grade estimated, 'money" he says, "The good Lord J
    1 grade possible. The feedlot houses sorgham silage, poultry litter and I that about 20 percent of the newly arrived himself couldn't pencil In' a profit for
    . about 21,219 cattle at this time. It is 'premixed. feed. calves found their way into the those months." ...
    , not operating at its total capacity of Each ingredient is purchased hospital In the first month or so>> to be The first thing he did was cut costs. Come" In &: Shop
    I I 40,000 head. separately and housed in huge concrete treated for; something, "We used to "We had: 50 employees,'now we have .Excuse Our Mess
    i The cattle are held in large fenced- rooms that have no front,wall. :lose a lot of calves to sickness, but 31. We had to cutit was as simple as
    , in areas with concrete curbs or Lot workers mix the feed by the now our death rate per lot is only that" he says. His success at turning
    '"bunkers" running alongside where I i, truckload by using'a front-end loaderI about one percent and 90 percent of 'a loss into a gain he attributes mainlyto
    ,j their feed is poured. so that they:can. t I I '\ pick up large amounts and pour It, those that..die. die, from 'pneumonia, good management practices. An
    reach it. ,(k I mo a truck. The truck mixes the feed contracted! during shipping," said, ,Important part of this he says is hay
    I} Grade said that it costs an average i>' mtomatically and then workers drive Grade.1' .. sing a good working relationship with Jhjnk Spring Gardening
    of $23,004 per' day to feed thd catt e'1 >Ithey'are 'I l Ic alongside: the feed unker ':.nd "' Should \icow..becfcmerserlouslyllllpen. !I th employee." \" "' '>( ,
    raising and"feedinlif2IOOQ: : r J .4J: It\w.o, UcpJly'. u.JJI; : J.foi. sand equ ngreatram 'pt areat, ;.t. 'J ted. exampleJ'of' *./ tme' ,le ,u ,Irr yv #aiTlw. "'
    cowtt every day id note. IlY"rTM11a t i."ipl; *J3!;arriNt: clilYes'',8.1:0;.I>l'fIug..E7.; ; :r>Ieh Otxt'sentCdss. CCare -r ftU)' h*K'afrew employee*gut a.| Before'Yen Ptant AGarden .
    mixes its own feed in several different r it. loa receiving, area where they' "When we have to treat a cow a little,lax. They were,pouring, new feed ]
    I combinations. The lot has five basic re tllow "a pretty rigid routine" said great deal, we put a large investmentinto '
    combinations ,or "rations" that it Q: rade. They are checked byE it and there comes a point.when, 800, _. Cattlemen
    feeds. i. Iterinarlans that come from the you just can't invest anymore money Page r. Kill Weeds &,Insects

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    Field Representative RED PONTIAC .. Kit weeds. mmatodet. ,Fungus ,in-. ,

    Although the,, social security tax :. sects,,and ,other ,sofl twme. dbeat.
    ", rate for employees and emplyers will '
    11b..240 899 awns "tho' soil iritows
    ';I increase form 6.7 to 7 percent for 1984 SO Ib. bag for better l
    I. the effective tax rate for employeeswill WHITE KINNEBEC growth(;of Iroweri, lawna 4'''shrubs Avegetabfet. '
    remain at the 1983 level. Ii '% I >> .Quart treats 100_tq.;ft
    This is because employees have .-
    been given 'a one-time 0.3 percent 1Jbr 26 SO lb. bag 989 799
    credit against the 1984 tax rate. As a $5 2'11 .
    result, employees whose earnings are i .r Each 8m' .GaHetn IiHto
    the same in 1984 as they were in 1983 2,.ta S wee. ** before pIIntIng, ,
    will see no increase in the amount of 'ladles'Tops And '

    their social wages.security taxes withheld.. from I+ Blouses Or Men's' ; L: Put A' :Rola-Hoe: To Work,

    Social security taxes will be paid on., Sweaters
    annual earnings up to :$37,800, the tad oxford,..'blouse novelty and tops,more.plaid'or P For; You...
    maximum amount that counts for Junior and misses' sizes.'
    social security. The' maximum, Men's patterned sweaters In
    was $33,700. assorted Oora.! S.M.LXL '
    More information about, social ,
    security cn be obtained at any social, ;
    security office. The' address and I H,7 '
    telephone number of ,the., nearest .I: ,Rose Bushes
    social office be found in ''
    security can No. 1 Grade '
    the Each ;
    telephone,directory.

    Ladles': Pants And. Values California Fancy'
    '7 ''Men's. Jeans:' To 40I In Plantable. Pkg. .
    ladles'. belted and other Most-Popular Colon rK
    style slocks In fashion' colon.Juniors' Special Purchase! 3/4./ Non-Pate:itt R99Vartttes. tFt

    s7 Men's denims and mlt with_fashion sizes Length Stadium Jackets ." *S ,,, ,
    \.detain. Sizes 28 to 38._ Unod and hooded Jackets with elastic Of PATENTED VARITES .
    drawstring bottom m assorted colon.
    799 fn' "4n49. Carden preparatlOn Is fist! and Hsy wNh a Rota:;: I

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    easy .,lIon., M bat chili drive beat treated
    +d I 6 $1 ''Moji carton tines:and Independent. w"eefaM

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    modete" wttfc raverto. these and other" features .
    ; -' Klgen Facia' ,. I",.' 3''' Ounce plus our special' prices make ........a tantttebuyMOW ,
    Tissue /iEIWfIGtlSt( ) Soap -
    iijILAVERM'OUTLAW N Jergens ..
    RoyulortY 79 47fa' Mild lotion soaps ,Model SP-5W. 2 Speed.. 3U3@'WhenPlant'ng
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    over old feed in the bunkers so that Flavorlean beef for Pubiix super- STA4 L )' We Have
    the old feed had a chance to sour. "I markets."Flavorlean Is a fine finished ,; I ,
    called them alt together and asked meat that fits the kind of cattle we I' 1000's of
    them if they had been pouring new raise in Florida." says Wood. About ".w"w <
    feed over old. One man spoke up and 63-70 percent of the beef produced is ,, 4aMim," c2i
    ftice
    admitted be had. I told them they USDA Good and 35-40 percent is 0 Productsin .
    knew how it Is supposed to be done USDA Choice. "The advantage to '!"' 1ft1l, ,....., '
    and they better do it that way,"says Flavorlean is that you don't have to I Stock at
    Grade. feed as long," she said. You don't '
    Honesty and a willingness to do the need as high a percentage of Choice Better Prices
    dirtiest Job on the lot right alongsidehis meat. I '
    employees is mixed with a good Flavorlean beef Is treated with an thin; Jacksonvilleor
    measure of discipline to produce a electrical shock to bring out the max- '
    good administrator like Grade. And imum quality In the beef. "With this Gainesville!
    you.need a good administrator to run process you don't have to age the beef
    an operation as big as the White like they used to, you can save 4-13 '
    Feedfot. days in cold storage on beef," says 100 Rolls of ,I
    From the feedlot,the cows go to the Wood."It brings out the coloring and
    meat White cutters Meat Packers are now in Ocala.packaging The the marbling in less time.". w I; 2" Add Tape y'. .

    about 260 cows per day according to A packing plant is carefully
    Administrator Stacey Wood. At full scrutinized by the government In all X3
    capacity the plant will package 480 phases of Its operation.The USDA officials u .00. I
    head check a
    per day. carcass four times
    The plant has Just recently expanded before it leaves the packing plant to ,!
    their operation."The biggest thing insure quality. Everything has to be 522.50
    holding us back: right now is very clean and most places are very 50 Rolls .
    we are probably less than half staffed,, cold.
    right now," says Wood. The touring farmers and future
    They have a training program in farmers survived the cold pretty well 12 ,Rolls $6.00
    operation to train the meat cutters and returned to their homes rather ;
    they need. Cutting meat in a packing tired but somewhat more enlightened -
    that plant cutting"is a meat whole in a different supermarket world'or* Industries.The about the. feedlot and packing plant +,,, We Deliver To Y 'our Office

    grocery store .Wood. The car- tour was sponsored by the .
    casses come down a conveyor belt to University of Florida Institute of Snip, Snip, Snip... Call 964-5 J764LEJGAL
    the cutters where each one performsa Food and Agricultural Sciences, the
    different type of cut. Together they Bradford-Union Cattleman's Association This meat cutter makes one of the first cuts on each side of beef.lie makes
    eventually turn the carcass into the Bradford and Union County this cut all day,other meat cutters make the finer cuts which produce all' the
    roasts,steaks and hamburger. Agents Offices and FFA.; familiar cuts you buy in the store. i iyjjw PADS

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    8 d, 10 d Brite Box ..... .. ... rt$1195 2x4 No. 2 Pine 8' .. .. .. ..$1 .49 Axe Handles Brackets, :9) 5 M Sheets

    hOd Hot. Dip. Galv..,Box ..... .$17rt'149B 95 2x4;,'Spruce Precut ... ... .... M$1 89 .standards. American: '' BrassAll $3300.t .
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    1" Galv. Fence ..... $$179 ? $ Batteries All Garden Tools I 1/3 or 1/2 Cut '
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    : i. ", I 1'1, : ,I, ,, ,t "I' 1 ,, To Present: Two Shows

    Starke. Man Gets a concussion splintered and pelvic hurt bone, also has late a lICen j'' According to Trooper p. Oi.i iRobe t'' Damage to the Toyota was'" $300. Featuring Jerry Clower -
    everywhere ,',' Damage to ,
    9 the Ford, driven '
    2 Years in by "
    : Shooting Tuesday, but wa, going to be alright. McC arthy: was charged with two Robert J. Tester, 33, of Starke was i,, .1' '''''''!; BUS Band Boosters will present two
    A.,JB: "year-old starke man received Damage to the cycle was fl.ooo., counts of wilful-wanton reckless driving 9200. '.' .If shows, one at 7 p.m", the other at 9
    a two-year prison sentence January Damage to the Oldsmobile was$1200.Hall drivewithin ar d leaving the scene of an acci- Total bond for the charges was set ,,, p,m., Saturday, Feb. 11, in the Bradford
    16 for was cited for failure to dent*nth at 1500. McCarthy High School Auditorium.
    possession of a firearm by a property damage. He was. was released on
    felon. a single lane. appre J tended by Lt. Glen Moore Ms own recognizance Along with Jerry Clower,local band
    Manual Michael Hilllard pleaded Jocephus and the Ghost Rider Band
    guilty to the possession charge In County Tightens Up from Hampton will also be perform
    return for the state dropping the On Minors Buying Beer ing.
    charges of shooting Into an occupied Tickets are $7 each for the two
    motor vehicle and attempted murder Seven cases have been made ': IMPORTANT NOTICE shows and, may be purchased from
    'in 2nd degree. against individuals for selling beer to Tru Value Hardware,Stumps Depart-
    HiUiard was arrested August 15 and minors according to the Bradford rkJerry ment Store, Sears: Chub' Sports
    charged with firing a 12-gauge County Sheriff's Department. TO OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS Center and the Chamber of Com-
    shotgun several times Into the Summons are being Issued for in merce office in Starke; Andrews
    campers near the Slab on Sampson dividuals who are to appear in Bradford Drugs In Lake Butler; Shuford's
    Trestle Rd. near.Starke. One County Court January 30 at 10 Amoco Station in Lawtey and at:Andrews
    shotgun blasts struck a camper of in the the am.,according to Investigator David Efective January 28, 1984 we will beolden Drugs in Keystone Heights,
    Aderholt. u Named Comic of the
    "Country
    arm and chest while he
    In a van. The victim, Fred was sleeping BurneiL The following individuals are being on 'Saturdays from 8:30 ,am to l' Year" for'nine consecutive years by .
    pm
    recovered after being listed in critical summoned for conspiring to sell an the major''Country Music trade and
    condition. alcohol beverage to a person under 19 tciNa handle your service and fan publications, Clower has a fertile
    The shooting'followed years of age: parts needs Imagination and he sells ,the really', ,
    between Milliard and members an argument Elizabeth Hallmark and Andrew Your' Hometown good life-laughter,remembering the
    Outlaw Motorcycle Club. Hilllard of left the Jack Knight of Brooker at the r '''l Car Center (un had by all )in their lives, the
    Brooker Handy-Way. friends, (the simple things enjoyed by
    the camping area only to ,.
    the gun. return with The following individuals are, all and the humorous side of even the
    : The gun was the charged with selling beer to a minor bad times in ones life Listening' to
    Hilllard used in same weapon Sandy Dewees of Lake Butler at the' Jerry's stories ,of life in Amite County
    robbery in Alachua a convenience County where store he Handy-Way at SR-18 and 225. CHEVY-OLDS rl (: Mississippi, may just be,the most '
    Jower'w
    was on probation for that conviction. Dana Mansuto,at Midway Jiffy bets delightful, entertainment one; can
    Hilllard ween Melrose and Keystone Helgh 11.j' -a,- recall.
    was returned to Alachua
    Carmel Please out.'and support the
    County where be is Durant, at Jr. Food Store come
    awaiting disposition '
    of that on CR-100 near Keystone Heights. BUS Band Boosters'February 11 and
    county's charges. Mrs. Rowe at LU Champ, Market Mod thru Fri listen to some of the most entertaining -
    , Hampton Man Gets Rd. and US301.A 1901 H. Temple 'amlo8pm music by local talent and soak up
    17-year-old juvenile selling beerat Starke Florida Saturday G'vUle 372-0103 some of the country humor of one of
    I; 2 Years in J OC Roy Carroll's Store in Brooker. 964-7500,' .8 am. to s pm Jvilie 289-9350 .' I the funniest men in' the entertainment, I
    A Hampton man received According to beverage department business,today.
    sentenced to the Department of Cor-was statues a 16-year-old may sell beer if ,
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    an adult is the The beer
    rections for aggravated battery Jan. on premises. ,
    16 by Circuit Judge EWe S. Sanders. may be sold to an adult 19yearsoldbut \
    . may not sell beer to an adult'knowin .
    John Alexander Hawkins, 33, .
    " giving it to minor. ,
    they are
    a < ,
    received a two-year prison sentence' LADY ,
    Identification is required for proofof BUGFLORIST '
    for hitting Roy Roark over the head, .v, la'q :
    age with a Florida driver license, +
    with soda bottle i, '
    a during a fight at Florida identification card or a tae 'I
    Lett's Country Corner in Hampton '1
    passport,said Aderholt.
    '14. The
    Sept arrest record indicated
    that, Hawkinsbegan! .beating Roark !
    pay a $15 debt. Finals in Non-jury U 100 South 964-4956 ,
    Bystanders stopped Hawkins and Trials in BradfordThe tt to Pinehurst Starke
    Roark knife !
    pulled a which drew the
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    bottle blow from Hawkins. office of the state attorney In
    Hawkins 'was transported to. the Bradford County dismissed three
    Reception and Medical Center in, cases scheduled before Judge George COrningc J 1 I
    Lake Butler Jan. 17 after being serv- H. Pierce January 9. The followingtwo .
    ed an order revoking the release on defendants received final disposition -
    recognizance Tallahassee in non-jury trials. Owned by Merrill 18 Christina Dees Beer* Wine Mixer*'

    : Starke Cyclist Sammy Ander. Brown, driving Creative Designer Locally Owned Price''Wise StoresJoined ,
    while intoxicated, license suspended Tooetfwf To Save '
    =, Yea
    Injured Jn Accident MonevSui
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    five years, fined $544, must attend ._ '
    , A 21-year-old Starke man was ,Injured DWI school and remain under Salvation "; Barbara ,Gloriak >: I' S IRE3
    i when his Army supervision. .
    cycle was struck headon -

    ,\ Jeffery early Tuesday Clay Lawson morning., riding' a 1980 Intoxicated Timothy Alan, fined Bryan$281.50, driving, license while, : -Formerly...... ..........Bradford............. ..Square..............,...

    Honda cycle, was eastbound on SR-18 suspended six months, 50 hours community ILKFLOWERS'
    at 8:25: a.m., January 24 A 1978 service work, must'",attend '$
    Oldsmobile driven by AnnieG., Hall of ,DWI school. ,,1 Jim
    Starke,. was traveling westbound ,Bentley!
    when her Vehicle crossed the center' Pa. Man Arrested BeamBourbon ) Vodka
    line to avoid a cycle which was also' After Starke Chase Kentucky
    westbound. ,The front of the Flower Arrangements { ,, Tavern hTRfletBft.TR
    Oldsmobile struck the front of the cycle A Pennsylvania man was arrested Cjut
    head-on.The cycle ended up in the for several traffic violations) January ... .TR' ',; ,
    i -4 SteiMSSffi&BSJS*'\' Trjfoper J. H.Hor1er '16 .after hecausedan'pccldent onUS Dish Gardens *.in. ,a -. t;: ll.
    J :SOl and then left the scene: [; .. : !
    ..,Q .JUawsoo .Rescue 6O.to K. drtying 99 :4 ,Sti-' -
    Iereralfioasp *K-Cadwig McCarthy r .lIIJii..too.J: "MB1& clf i'.a. c p 6
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    ftj Alachua( suffert) g a '> *mai"T' yota>' was IIOUtJibounct : : .;
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    1 possible fracture and numerous head US-301,one mile north of Starker The t AB Suitor Citizens a 10%"''ttscount f' ..+.,r... "
    ,I' and back lacerations according to Toyota was traveling too fast to slow
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    .Paramedics Cliff Chapman and Dan and went into the median overtakinga ,Organizations Check far Discount
    Cuddington. 1971 Ford..The Toyota collided with Ii
    ,- According to Lawson's mother?, the Ford when it came back on the ., ,........... .....,".. ...,. -- ...........
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    January 28. 1984


    I Obituaries j.: I.. ;....I I,, .- Lou-Ann's Azalsa-$' Biqstrsm? raim I I T,1Ji, '

    Corner of 24th Avenue South .Forsyth, Road ..,I.
    Mary It. Shuford Anne Marie DlGlacomo Chastity D. Armstrong Miss Anna FarkasMiss Take 100 South to 24th Avenue turn Right to farm ,
    Mrs. Mary Kamseur Shuford, 91, of Mrs Anne Marie DIGiacomo,77, of Infant Chastity Dawn Armstrong, Anna Farkas, 75, of Melrost ej -
    Lawtey, died Monday evening, Jan. Gainesville, died Tuesday,Jan. 17, in age 2 months and 4 days, died Friday, died Tuesday, Jan. 17, in Alachi'ia' Open Friday & Saturday 8:30-5:00: "
    23, in Bradford Hospital, Inc. followIng Alachua General Hospital, Jan. 20 at Gaston Memorial pltal, General Hospital,Gainesville, folio*.v-
    a long illness. Gainesville, following a long illness. Gastonia, N.C., following sudden il '.Ing a long illness. ,, Favorite Varieties of Landscaping< & Potted Plants
    Born in Newton,N.C., Mrs. Shuford Born in Italy, Mrs DiGiamoco was lness. She was born in Gastonia Nov. t '. .
    moved to Lawtey from Saxe, Va. in a former resident of Park of the- '16, 1983. Torn In Buffalo, Ohio Miss Far ills Friendly Atmosphere"' Coma Sea Us !
    193T.: Palms in Keystone Heights, having Survivors include her parents, WM a retired inspector with Thorn]|>- Louts A Debra Klghtowar and Valerie Johnson Management Turn
    Survivors Include five sons,,Joe E. moved to Gainesville 12 years ago. Carlos and Grace Armstrong of son Products, Inc. and was of U lie '
    Shuford, D.L. "Dave" Shuford, andGeorge Survivors include one brother, John Gastonia, N.C. former residents of Catholic faith.; ( 964-7109 OnlySpecials Regularly : :
    Shuford all of Lawtey, J.S. Sarno of New York, N.Y.; and one Starke; one sister, Miss Angela Arm 1 \ ,, By Appointment "
    "SWTShuford 01 Starke,and Philip C. niece, Mrs. Edith Forlenza of Palm strong, also of Gastonia. Local survivor Is her' niece, Mnif.} "- \
    Shuford of Tallahassee; two sisters, Harbor, Fla.Funeral Funeral services were held Mon Mary Dixon of Keystone Heights.
    Mrs. Nina Coulter of Newton, N.C. services were held at 11 day, Jan. 23, at 3 p.m. at graveside Funeral services were held In Oil{ lo )
    and Mrs. Rebecca Michael of a.m. Thursday,Jan. 19 in Park of the 'with Rev. Troy. ""M.C. Griffis of with burial in.All Saints
    Cemeter
    Charlotte, N.C.) nine grandchildren'and Palms Chapel. Burial'was in Fort ficiating. Burial was In Evergreen North Field, Ohio. Jones Funeij.'il; 1' t..ASTlC: WRAP
    MB MdM WM< *MM0 VMMMIMMM HAMM H ***'** P BB"H'> >''SS U"* M* w'
    seven great grandchildren. Myers' Cemetery Fort Myers, Fla. Cemetery, near Raiford, under the
    Home, charge\.3f\
    Keystone
    Heights, in stick Itself if
    Clear is less to to
    Funeral services will be held Thurs with Jones Funeral Home, Keystone direction of Jones Funeral Home,'514 plastic wrap likely you
    local arrangements.
    day Jan. 28, at 10:30 a.m. In the 'Heights, In'charge of E. Nona St., Starke. I keep.It In the refrigerator.
    Dewitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. lb. :'" ''' ----. .arrangements.. -.. .-" -.. .. ... . .. ."",' ...._, .,. .. .. .. :;' '' I... -... .. ..., .. .. d.,. -'-" ,, '''''!iJ .. ....,- ,_. .n."' ,
    James T. Tompkins officiating.
    Burial witt e La Kingsley Lake I
    Cemetery under the direction of Ad Good thru' Sunday, Jan. 29 /
    Jones Funeral Home, 514 E. Nona St.,
    Starke.

    Mrs. Stella Plentis
    Mrs.Stella Plentis, 67, of Stark
    died Thursday, Jan. 19, at Bradford
    Hospital,Inc.following a brief illness.
    Born and raised In Justice, 111., the
    daughter of the late Stephen and An
    toinette Radii, former pioneer
    residents of Justice, Mrs. Plentis .
    moved to Starke 10 years ago.
    Survivors include four brothers, I
    Raymond Radii Burbank, ILL. Bernard ,
    Radis, Garden Lane, 111.,Walter
    Radis Justice, 111.,and Victor Radii Emerson
    of Hodgkins III.; three sisters, Mrs. DUB" American
    White Rock .
    Bernice Pegarson. Woth, 111., Ruth 12"Black>,
    O'Leary, Justice, m. and Balerie CamperSoda
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    Pankow of Willow Springs, I1L 16 oz. Bottle ,Coffee "
    Graveside funeral services were 4 Person
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    held Saturday morning at lla.m.'at I
    Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev.
    Robert GUlls officiating. Archie Tan- ..nile A tom tic.COQK
    ner Funeral Home) Starke charge 1 Cream Soda, Root ,, ; White TV
    of arrangements. ,
    beer Grape, Pine- Brewing System I ; SET

    Archie C. Carmichael Model 'CB-302 .
    apple
    Orange
    Archie C. Carmichael, 47, of West ; Dck ,
    No. 601
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    Palm Beach; died Wednesday, Jan. Strawberry. Cola' Reg. '23.97
    11, following a lengthy illness. Reg.' 4 8.99 Reg. 69,96' ,
    Formerly pastor of Norwood Baptist Reg. '1.79Slx'Pack'

    Baptist Church Church of Jacksonville of St.Marys.and Ga.First, Mr. ::: : : 5400
    Carmichael was'employed for the $150 +; $ 1 5 i :50,0

    past five years as a technician with.. :
    Pratt-Whitney Air Craft. I
    Survivors include his wife, Maria '
    Carmichael of Lake Worth; one
    daughter, Cheryl Pugh of Atlanta,
    Ga.; two sons, Daniel S.and Archie C.
    Carmichael, III,both of Jacksonville; 1 Unisonic
    his mother, Delores Carmichael of'
    Jacksonville;, three sisters, MarjorieC. i
    Schultz of Lakes,Mich.,Virginia C. t
    Beach of Jacksonville, and Sandra C. 4
    Harley of Fort Davis, Texas; one
    .granddaughter, Holly Pugh of Atlanta a a oC
    Ga. To
    Funeral services were held Saturn r
    day. Jan. 14, in the Chapel of Dorsey .c .44 e
    Funeral Home,3525 S.Congress Ave., 0 5 \$VK'JV'V\/* \ .'
    Lake Worth, Fla. Local ar 1 .
    rangements were made by Archie., Model r
    No
    Tanner Funeral Home of Starke. f l l !:-,

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    Beginning with the 1984 crop Home t
    farm borrowers of the Farmers ,;
    Administration will receive better d
    financial planning assistance throughthe
    new Coordinated Financial .1
    Statements (CFS), according to Mitchell
    N. Drew, FmHA State Directorof "

    Previously Florida. farm borrowers have '
    used the "Farm and Home Electric j
    agency's
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    Plan" to analyze their operations and Shield Fashion: : : .
    plan financial strategies. "The Farm PolyFil '
    and Home Plan has served the agency
    and its borrowers long and well/. Blankets ; : Scatter :
    Drew said. "It has not changed Soap Comforter;. .
    substantially since it was developed
    nearly 50 years ago" 4 > ; ; ; Mats .j
    "The Intricacies of modern farming .SBy.:1'a lrfleld. .. .
    with its emphasis on large-scale "
    operations, competitive 'marketing, $ '1 t .Reg.1.8.88: : '100% Ryre, olyster : :
    and of production, require : ) :
    diversity 5 : i. .
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    sophisticated financial management ". ." ". I b Fiberli.. OZ"TRegr ;. ."' .... '

    techniques.management Good Is absolutely farm necessary financial. c Off ,,; : ; >1.57 l :" Heg.

    for farmers to succeed In the 1980's," 2/88 Regular' ', :
    Drew said,"and the CFS can provide $ I "
    the sophisticated analyses needed to Price '; ..4"8 $ 1.27Detergent '2' /176'00

    make sound decisions. 'f.1. J .' .
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    Statements includea .
    balance sheet and statement of
    owner' equity t
    -an income statement, showing all
    Income and expensesa ,
    statement of change In financial
    new borrowings,
    withdrawals and debt of the .
    past year, anda payment r Aero pjp en Shelf

    cash flow statement, showing Knit
    cash income and outgo for the
    previous year and projections for the .
    coming year.
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    Mowry : K.ttssi/es 4.-7 .
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    Assigned to Keesler I '

    Air Force Base .
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    Richard E. and Joan E. Mowry of
    Hampton, has been assigned to i e i t1Ij
    Kessler Air Force Base Miaa., after i -
    completing Air Fore basic training.
    A 1975 graduate of Bradford High t
    School Airman Mcn y's wife, Bar
    bara, .ia the daughter of Mr.1 and Mrs. 1!
    Herbert Ant of Ft.Lauderdale.
    During the six weeks at LacklandAir sI
    Force Base Texas, the airman
    studied the Air.Force mission I J
    organization( and custom and recetv- A.

    ea special. training" In human reUtian : 301 s. Better"t. --., '. '" ... 1:.


    associate basic In training addition degree earn airmen t in cjodlta applied'wt.toward"omplete science an *
    tfeMMMta the Community CoBege of the

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    : I cau'r uar, 1ilf FAU/I .wAAJr 10 $1.1. A 81G tErs TMT UAPfV 'J ,
    Train-Ford Collide $95 cost in each.count. ',' rx.ti.aops.. URPf'V'FICIJNOL1$ 5"1 fl' F"lAlOL' FACE!l'BdoOM I

    In .;Lake ButlerA Came Bell King, disorderly Intoxication Land Salts Recorded FACE AT AU ftME.SKIOCUP IT 'f"Ar WAY/II pd IMsi I
    take anti-buse mental In
    at Bradford
    urn Ford was struck CountyTotal '
    In the side
    health for six months fined $53.25.: !
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    y. train near Lake Camilla sixmonths land sales during the
    Butler Brantley, petit theft; past
    January 23, the I
    driver wad week were for ,
    $35 cost. $205,800. the largest \
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    probation pay
    taken to 12
    Lake Shore ;
    Hospital Lake. Alvin Wayne Anderson, possession "l'fCOrded.was be: sale by Harold,:?,'''f,:,, }, .} Ii I.
    Ake: of doe deer, fined $190.50. and Wanda D. Norman of 20 acres::\ >" I
    Dawayne Barnes, 34, of Lake lust west of Hellbron I
    James A. Waters, possession of doe Springs to Larry <
    Butler, driving the Ford IS' -i ift 1''
    was west- N. and .
    Gwendolyn P. LatoUette '
    bound on Jack deer fined $190.50. for t ,;
    Rod. .
    Sapp north of $75,000. "
    Clinton D. of 1;
    Dickinson possession ,
    Lake Butler &
    struck crossed the tracks and doe deer, fined $190.50. Townhouse Enterprises of Fla, Inc. .'") !
    was by: the'traln In the right sold lot
    Robert Craig, criminal mischief 35 of Knight's Subdivision to '
    side. The Ford V$ .
    was then knocked off Tony R, and Karen M. ,
    the tracks and sentenced to 30 days, reduced to time Higgins for
    onto its side,
    to Trooper T. C. Pace. according spent in jail (4 days). Make restitution $4,000 :b
    Kenneth M. and Amelia '
    if neceusary., Ann!
    The vehicle was listed as totaled In Jeffery Hill,possession of. annabi.\ Rooney bold lots 30 and 31 of Geneva ;'1 !,, QUALITY USED
    the 10 IS v
    : a.m. accident. "
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    Damage to Shores, Unit 5 it.t
    tined "133. 1 to James Ml and Doris
    the train was $1,000. '. M. for Jm: CARS TRUCKS /
    Barnes was.cited for Buckley $15,000' 'fc ,:)
    Phillip A.-and -
    Constance L, "
    Suggs S
    at a railroad crossing when require AIkn*Arrested sold Jt
    lot 28 of Block
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    said Pace.FIIP. for' Perjury in. LB Heights, Unit 3 to Lee, Crane Saratoga Insurance .' ; -..- 1982 Corvette. . ,Ice New t2i9st

    Agency of Gainesville for 1981 Olds 98 Reg.. 9783
    Announces 1983 Valentine Allen of Lake City was arrested :. $32,600. .. No.3230 IBM Chevette
    Fla Arrests in the Union County Courthouse Mary L. Hawk and William E, and '' 1981 El Camino Con.. 6188
    for 16
    DWI on Jan. 19 on a charge of per Betty J. Hawk sold parcel of land Celebrity Station Wagon *288 Down 1981 Cepea! GT'LB .H

    Florida Highway Patrol Director jury.In an official proceedings. Just off of US-301 north of Starke to,' Swing-out tail. gate, tinted glass. : tMdxi .'. . 6988
    Bond was posted at$5,000 and Allen Charles L, and Dorothy Gail Allen for $ '
    Colonel R. air cond. '134 'Month .
    today that Bobby Burkett announced was released on bail bond. $8,000. ; auto. trans., roof rack 1981 Honda Accord tS3
    Highway Patrol
    arrested 19,723 persons for the Troopers offenseof Gilbert Q. and Louie Bell'' Crosley plus a whole lot moro.: 48 mos., APR 12.9.WAG '45"- ., . 7283 9t"I a

    driving Under the influence' of Traffic Violations.In. sold Creek a, south parcel of of Starke land to near Edward.Prevatt Me- .' 1 pu! $ 'tax &; tag' '' 1979 Fairmont Futura ,"Iri

    alcohol.or drugs during J983. This Bradford CountyTrafficcriminal Cool, Jr. for $4,500: 9588 .8re1Meta- . . 2488 __
    figure: tepresents '
    a
    77 percent In- .J'
    crease over the 1982 figures of 1,169. violation*. Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. sold ,.\ 1973 Cadillac .
    Arrests for DUI in Bradford for 1982 numbered four this past week mak- lot Lakeview 22 and to 23 of ,Sampson Villas .... sees. . ... 1188 tftX
    Earl
    were$3 with an Increase in 1983 to 108 ing it .the fewest in recent weeks, ac- W. and Yvonne .6t1J '
    Jameson and 1982 Van
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    Kehith W. Chevy
    Jameson .
    for ::
    arrests. For
    1982 local
    Union cording to
    authorities. Those .
    County had ar- >
    15 $5,200. cu.....,L-... . Save
    arrests for DUI and in 1983 64 arrests rested were; Sampson Lake i'5' ; i"" '1\\\ ::0
    were made by the FHP. lots 2,3,4, and 5 of Properties Breamwood, inc. sold 1981 Pontiac Firebird 6488 cr
    Colonel Burkett stated Raymond Randall Bell of Point .
    "We Starke
    are encouraged -
    about these results,which was arrested January 21 and charged to The Michael Ott G. Adkins sold for $56,000. : \ ': 1981 Olds Toronado, .. .. 9988 ,
    Corp. lot
    reflect the efforts being put forth by with driving while license suspended, .Ridge,. Unit 6 to Sammy.28 R of Seminole and San- '1984 No.3277 1982 Olds Tpronado.! ., 11.703 (Mfa
    our Troopers. However, the according to Sgt; Wayne Wilkinson.
    Impaired. 1984 SolD
    dra }I. Austin for Cavalier Pick-up" ZX"hated I
    driver'continues to be the leading Bond for the charge was set at$200. $7,500. 4-dr. Sedan 1981 280, : M1
    cause of fatal accidents.Therefore we Bell was released after a surety bond Local Residents Spouse glass body side molding, $1 61' MonthDown 8Lf T-To, -. 'l'? .9988 la
    will not only continue our present ef was posted. I 1981 Ford Escort4780:
    forts, but will Intensify our effort. even Assists In Seizure I auto., trans., air, cond., ,power payment of 498 cash orI .
    more,"' Frederick R. Phillips rof Hampton ,Of Vessel. MarijuanaCoast steering, plus mofe. month 1982 Olds! 98 ; '
    trade 48. APR ''12.9 with
    The 1 figures also was arrested January 21 and charged Micy BrwphM' i.10,983 .q
    revealed thaiyTroopers issued 374,391 with driving, while intoxicated and Guard Chief Electrician's.Mate approved credit plus tax & tag., 1984 Corvette Bose It
    faulty, equipment notices for minor driving with unlawful alcohol blood Charles E. Williams whose 7988 <
    equipment violations. and' Issued level, according to Sgt.Wilkinson. wife, Linda, is ''the daughter of QueenE. Stock No. 3154' 1100 M>.S . ,h .24,990
    22,003 ,citations for more. serious Phillip was stopped'< US-301 at 'Albert of Starke,. recently par ..aih
    equipment violations. Washington St after he was observed ticipated in the. seizure of a U.Sr .:)
    According to Safety Officer George weaving on the roadway. His blood fishing vessel carrying marijuana.He Gainesville.372-O1O3 Jacksonville .289-935O
    When the FHP has rearranged alcohol level was .16 percent.A Is a crewmember aboard the U.S.
    schedules to put more troopers on the total bond of $600 was set. Phillip 'Coast Guard Cutter Reliance, CHEVYOLDSW .
    road ort Friday and Saturday nights. was released after a surety bond. was homeported in Cape Canaveral Fla. J i .o
    The odds of the Impaired driver being posted. The 44-foot fishing vessel"Eciilet"was ,
    caught are narrowing, said Wherll. boarded the Straits of Florida .0o
    Clyde Elmore of Baxley, Ga. was by Reliance crewmembers on Dec:8,, '
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    misdemeanor court on January 10 Bond for the charge was set at$600. \ _.. ; 5' .. .. .. :
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    TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINE!*' Splnet-Cerwofe;; Flam, bargain: Wanted: WELL AND SEPTIC TANK .
    WANTEDTHE HELP WANTED FOR RENT Union County Time, ISQ Responsible party to take over low Package deal! well1I drilled, water Junior and senior class high
    Main Street Lake Butler Phone monthly, payment on spinet piano. pumps, new Installation of septic school students who orb Interested In
    496-2261 for 'Information TFN 10/1 Can be/,'110oII I locally WrHe Credit tank, drain fields and III stations. eying for $X, Pegeby
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    FARMERS MOM ADMINISTRATION REAL ISTATI LICENSING In City. MOBIL HOM 2 BDRM. partlcally furnished Manager! P.Oi: Box /937 Shelbyvllle, IN Mobil.| home poles OY I'abl.' / All' work request a (
    he lor sale, from time to time, IRM School of Real Estate, Phone mobile.ho..... No children;,no 46176 4-HMM/S-26.: guaranteed call Tommy Dor"anl, March,,is, 1984 from the Educational
    term, ..residential ,business, recreation 7554006. TFN 714OOVEENMSNT > pets. Call 4963518.pcll26 ,' > MICK HOUSI FOR SAL IV OWNER 3 775-2131.,UFN ,'/, Communications Scholarship Foun
    end/or ether properties Any 11_....' JOBS- Thousand of 2 BDRM HOMI $150 a month first and'last $DRM. 2' BH, W/W earpetlnfl.. 'controlairheat. CUSTOM MADS Drapries.., Volant and dation, 721.N. McKlnley,Road, Lake "
    reel estate broker Interested In listing vacancies mutt be flllocilmnlOldlatoly. months In advance. Prefer: couple ..'Fence. over 1/2 acre land. Spread call 494-2219 or 496-3143 far. Forest, Illinois 6004. ,
    SI7.634 Call 714-842-6000. '
    these properties should contact the Ext. 35623.to S50.U2.9- chg 1/12.19 '" ISO SW StS Avo. Phone 496-3087 or" 43S S... 2nd St. take puller Phon. FREE! Estimates, S and W Enterprise| Tq receive an application'Students

    FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION at GOVERNMENT JOCS Thousand ,of 496.29752--chg: 12422INSURANCE 496.9523.4-pd 1/5-24 NITTUS TREE $IRVIC_ Tree removal ami I L should send a self-addressed,
    1992 S. First Street lake City. Fl. MOM. vacancies must be filled Immediately. Wentedr Responsible party to assume pruning. Alto' firewood oak and pin stamped envelope with a note stating

    :, Telephone 712..1 teh" 1/26 $17,634 to $30,112, Call 716-843-6000. smell monthly payment on for Ml..,.Call Thomas Nettle 496-3833..r' zip codeanddaproximategrade and
    Ext. 3362S. 2-pd 1/19-26: spinet/console piano. Can, bo seen CERTIFIED "BLACKSMITH Work I point
    SubscribeLake / locally. Writs Credit Manager. P.O. guarenteedr Cold, corrective average. Fifty award winners will be
    MAINIS INSURANCI AGENCY 160 S, Box 531, IL 62219 3
    Beckemeyer -chg horteshoelng. j phono Troy Hancock selected on the basis/ of academic performance
    Butler: Want Ads Get Results, Lake Avenue, ,Lake Butler. ,4963978.Complete .. 1/19-2/2 ., 904-434.3075.4-.pd 1/19-2/9 involvement in extracurricular
    Insurance ServiceTFN "t-S-i HANDMAOa POLLS Make a great gift NEW CREDIT: CARDI activities and need for financial
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    I I Keystone Heights Ads : i' : small monthly Responsible payments party to on assume SpinetConsole. 1/19.2/9 4.-pd ,
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    : to the loke Region Monitor office REALTY REALTOR' "< ? HALLSr-21; Saturday. 7 p.m.. and 657 Cedar Key Fl 32625 2-chg .
    : In writing and paid In advance Rental' Property Aval(able! Sundays 2.5 p.m. publlc'ln"ltoct. II! 1/19-26 11110 BRADFORD PRINTERS, .. r JjJ
    : unless credit I. already established In Keystone 2BR., I Bait) ', home. tfnchg. LIVING ROOM SUIT Queen size hld.-o- '
    : with this office.MONITOR fireplace, $223/mo. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. 'Closed bed and love seat, chair two glass top I I O W. Call St. 964-5764 .

    : STAFF 'CANNOT BE HELD Seminole Midge 4Br., JViBath, quiet meetings Monday B p.m. Open .nd table, coffee table, two lamps. 0 wants to be your Printer In 1984... '
    : RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN neighborhood $400/mo. meetings Friday S p.m. Alonbn, Mon Phone 496.3143.1--pd<<1 I 'D1I11.
    : CLASSIFIEDS WHEN'AD .'IS TAKEN OVER Commercial' Frontage In Melrose. Off day 8 p.m. All meetings at Educational Bring us a sample of any job prlntec! from ;

    ; THE TELEPHONE. Latchstring Road. For more Info call: Building Community Church, 4732790or t!f lm your regular prInter. if tike cannot'meet. or''. 0' l
    : Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY, 473-2130. 1/3 tfnchg REAL ESTATE
    : prior to Thursday publication. REALTOR 473-4961 OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No due', 3I luw beat their price WE WILL GIVE, YOU Jt
    : Minimum charge Is IS words for$2.73, 1/5 tfnchg fee or weigh In*. Open meeting LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OP PRO )
    then 10 cents for each word thereafter. Tuesay's, 7:3Q: p.m. Community Church PETTY H I don't have It, I'll find It. Just "
    o OFFICE AT BUSY'' CORNER facing Flamingo Educational Building Keystone ask. JANE S. USHER REALTOR <0. A Gift Certificate For 10.00 Worthfit

    i PERSONAL SERVICES St but can be soon,from SR-100 Heights, 473-2790. 1/3 tfnchg ,, 496-3126 or. 49611.' .'. "Your 'i, Of Office .
    'and SR-21 Intersection. Prim.. 'location. liNGO Monday nights beginning Jan. 2 Union. County Realtor. 8/04 tfn Supplies
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    ACTION CARPET CARE Shampoo and PARTIALLY FURNISHSDl 3BR. JVi bath Legion Post 202 located HWY ant ifed Ad from THE OFFICE SHOP, ,

    ': team clean Living room,dining room, ,mobllehome In Melrose area. Large 21 N. of Keystone. 12/29 tfnchg, 111111 h u Quality Printer In Bradford,County. I I
    : hall..$24.95. Call 4732278. 1/26ltpd porch. Responsible couple' wanted. Since 1879 '
    = CARPENTRY AND MASONRY WORK,, 475-1368.115 tfnchg Deadline: "',, I
    : Building patio, addition., remodeling 1BR. FURNISHED MOBILEHOMIt Large FOR SALE l-JL 1 A*BfJBBJBtJ
    : homes and tile work. Fr.. estimates. living room and porch. $170/month Tuesday Noon .ffi : t5t l

    : Phone 473.4473 "before 9' p.m. 1/5 plus deposit ALSO: 2BR. furnished MH, FREE WOOD Call for details.: 473-3306.:; ____. __'.. ._r,." ...
    : rfnchg. $160/moCall 1.684.4634.1/3 tfnchg 1/26 ItchgSHALLOW .
    :. CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work 1BR. COTTAGE with lake front, AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC'' '

    : kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. $300/mo. Call 473-3334 or 282-1727. pipes and fittings. 'Water softener,. I .more Starke Ads. I
    t Reasonable prices. Call 473-2477 after 1/3 tfnchgLAKEFRONTi Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts.. .
    '; 3:30 p.m. 1/3 tfnchg Furnished, MH,lOX'". Couple 473.40061/3 tfnchg ,
    : CARPET AND VINYL repairs and In only. Private drive, security light. FOR SALE OR :TRADE 2BR cottage on' 1 ,

    .: stallations. Free estimate Ten year Mowing/water furnished, ISO/mo.. 1/2 acre on Spring Lake Detached 2 FOR SALE .FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN
    : experience. Call 473-4217'and ask for plus deposit. Call collect, Jax.; car garage. TRADE for mobile home
    Craig. 1/3 tfnc"gHANDYMAN. 723-8945. 112.263tpdGATORIONI .. and lot toward $13,000 equity of sell
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    All kinds of home repair LAKI COTTAGE!' enprivate j for ,$28,500. Assumable mortoge at 9 FIREWOODt Call after 6 p.m. Ask, for: MOBILE HOMI SUPPLIES Windows and LINK FENCE Installed. Freeestimates.
    g and fix-up needs. No |lob too small. acreage., $390/mo Include percent interest. Call Dennis 473-4006. Matt. 9648268. tfn doors plumbing and elec. supplies Handy-Man Fence Co..
    :: Minor plumbing repairs. Cleaning ser electricity. Rt. I. ,Box 346,,,,Keystone 4733634. 1/19lfnchg : '" < USED GALVANIZED TIN:2 h. x 9 ft..$3; 2 Also furniture. Bargain Center I mile, owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559. 6/09
    y vice. Light hauling. Call Jim 4733671day Hgt., 32656. 1/19-26 2tpd PACK RAT Across from Commercial'Circle ft. x 10 ft., $3.30: 2 ft. II ft.. $4.25. south of Starke. 10/27 tfn, .1/26 ,"I.
    or evening 1/12 Nnehg.y QUIET CLEAN COMFORTABLE. 2BR.: on HWY 21N. Open Wed. throughSat Good condition Ph. 7823172. tfn 1/19' COLOR TV $99 and ups Next to'Stork. DRAINFIELD' ROCKY' Bldg. sands.,.
    SU-EL'S RETIREMENT HOMI AND 2Bath house In Keystone Club Estates. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. BUY, SELL TRADE. STEVE SMITH.SAWMILL Open 8:30 a.m.. Truck ,Stop, south of Starke. 964-8212. (Imerock, 'top soil largo'or small
    ::-. HAIRSTYLING CENTER All under on. CH/AC weatherlzed porch. Optional Call 473.7947 after 6 p.m. 1/19 tfnchg to 12.+noon '1:00 to 5:00: p.mMon.: 11/24 tfn'RAIIITS loads Ph.' 7823172. BRADFORD
    ;:. roof. OFFERING: Certified nursing lease. 4813109. 1/19 tfnchgj TWO BICYCLES On.-3 wheel Schwlnn Fri. 7 miles south of Starke.,an East For pets or meat. Lawrence IIMEROCK SALES. tfn 7/14 .(
    t. assistance and CPR trained staff; 24 Sill 2BATH HOUSE Dobe St.Convenientto one.-2 wheel' lady's bike." Good condition. aide of 301. Dressed pine lumber" and Meng 6 ml. 301 South. 468-1913. tfn REMODELED ROOM ADDITIONS, pain.
    : hour supervision for senior citizens; schools or businesses Family room. Coll 473.1875.1/26 Itpd CDX plywood low cost we Invite you SEVERAL ITEMS Bumper pool table with ting and plumbing repairs, 23 years ex
    3. hot meals; day 'week, or long term S300/mo.first and $300 security down. SEASONED OAK FIREWOOD Long wheelbase to compare. our prices available. table top, ...c. cond., $150; Bear compound perience. All work guaranteed
    :! stay; STYLING CENTER for the public) 473.3568 after 4 p.m. 1/19.26 2tpd pickup load delivered and stack studs, 150. Delivery bow youth size, n.w. ,$75; 964.7738.15 Hn
    : precision styling for men and women: 2BR MHt Patio lake front, dock boot. ed, $43. Contact Melhodlit Men'Club, 4682624. 1/12 4tchg 2/02 Galv. dog feeders ((2)), $13 each. Ph. EXPERIENCED PAINTER.. Neat work. In
    perms and hair-coloring. SR-325 Hampton Near Keystone Call 473-4186. ALSO: 473-3829 or 473-2386 for delivery.: 1/26 BAND SAW Metal cutting 4"x6"cutting: 782.3660.1/26 tf"PERSONAL tenor or, exterior, Free estimates,
    1 4682619. 1/3 tfnchg 1BR COTTAGE lake front available capacity. Excellent condition, $350 or Reasonable rate with good
    f: WILL DO TYPING In my home. Book year round. 1/19.26 2tchg MOBILE HOMES best offer. 463-1187 anytime, leave reference Call 9645177. 1/05 Hn

    !t reports resumes, .tc. Call 4732898. 100 ON LAKI GENEVA Dock and FOR SALE -- ,-. message. Itchg 1/26 SERVICES MACHINE QUILTING Crib to king size '
    1/3 tfnchg boathousa. 2BR, Both.. NO 'INSIDE FIREWOOD Mixed wood and seasonedoak Betty Hlld.brand..964.8122.' IOl'tpcl
    PETS. S323/mo., $200 security deposit. $25 per rick,,hone 964-3990. We 0126PLOORS''SAGGINdt
    'f FOR RENT OR SALE 38R MH on 1 acre In also crack pecans. 1/26 2tchg 2/02
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    INTER EYE CARE CENTER; cataract Call 1-264-7771 or 264-0309.1/26-2/16, BILL'S' SAW SHOP Complete HOUSE UNLEVELT
    aurg.ry. contact, glasses 1/4 mile off Keystone Height Coll 1-904-333-0960., QUARTERHORSI. Gelding Sorrel. Good service sharpening Need ,Foundation' repair? We' can
    :. '. 1/26-2/2 hor... 9647466. circular hand;carbide-chain '
    2tchg pleasure $700. Phone
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    USED VIDEO OAMI TAPIS for Intellevlslon. Whirlpool' appliances. Financing ., $1500. Phone 964-4736., Itpd 1/26 Lok. Butler. TFNchg ELDERLY GENTLEMAN 'WISHES TO
    & BOATS 473-4648. 1/3 tfnchg available qualified. VA loan.May be. FEEDER PIGS For Sale.Already wormed. GLASS CUT TO ORDER! Door, window, BOARDl ;Write .P.O. Drawer..280.
    ;: GLASSWARE Old costume (ewelry. seen by appointment only after 3 p.m. Call 964-7387 or can be seen at etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Starke, Florida 32091: Willing 'to pay
    :S household goods, china, furniture., 1-373-8607. 1/3 rfnchg ,Mark 1_ Starling graded road 3 driveson ,9646078. Order also taken 'In Lake hare of :household .*. 1222tin
    197S Oldsmoblle Teronado 1000. miscellaneous ,Items. PACK RAT. 2BR MHz In Keystone across from Lake right "behind Textile Town. 1/26 Butler.496-3079 and Keystone Height. .''," f..pon. v 1,,,", '
    ;v A/C, FM/AM radio. Front wheel drive. 413-4973.2/26 tin
    Across from Commercial Circle on Geneva. Nothing down owner INGLI CONTEMPORARY FRAME
    { triple SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED!' All
    j 473-4648 Comfortable for car.appointment Call 473-2210.to a_or. HWY 21 N, 473-7947 after 6 p.m.. .1/19 finance.S69/mo. Must remain In pork dresser desk vanity, $200; bunk bed 144 FAMILY W.Call HAIR St. DESIGNERS T 64-7S03 makes,'cleaned; oiled and adjusted.)
    tfnchg Tax write-off, 373.4792.1/12.2/l66tpd unit, dresser closet and .
    bookshelf '$15. Work guaranteed. James
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    GOOD JOHNSON IVIMRUMl out NEW-READY FOR YOU 24X36 $173. 964-8313.: Itchg 1/26 Strickland,' corner Morgan Rd." and
    board. SO to 73 hora.i>>O_. Call doublewlde on 1/3 acre In Keystone EXERCISER Sear deluxe bicycle .-' AM till PM
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    JOHN DASHER VANS, 4732277. 1/26 ItpdLOSTFOUND with all Appt*. Not Always Necessary Hwy. ,
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    at Down payment negotiable. and tension. Excellent! condition. Alto .... \ Free estimates. 24Hr. service.
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    $13,800 plus tax tap and freight. 13.3percent '473-2506 evenings. 3753906. 1/19-26' 1 pair:ankle or, wrist weight 2V4 Ib*. WANT TO DRINK, 4681119. Hampton I/OS 4tchg 1/26
    bank financing. 1-73 441 2tchg Original price, SI63.:Sell all for $100. THAT'S YOUR ASIA DABBA DAWO PET GROOMING! '
    > Alachua Florida 4633373. 12/22 $100 REWARD for lost dog. White German f'I! '"... .-.. .. 964.7S09.'ltehg 1/26 WANT TO STOP THAT'S BUSINESS OURS 838 N.',Temple Ave, Stark. 9647285.
    tfnchg Shepard. Medium height, female. );Steve e Broadway j jTREE' ,GO CART FRAME Four barrel carburetorwlth Alcoholics Anonymous 1/12 4tpd 2/02
    : Collar and tag.Call 473.4041.1126: Itpd '; ; Intake manifold. 964-7O6S. Itchg 9H-/150' 964-C434 9646894j PICTURE FRAMES Custom and readymade -
    1974 OLDS 9St $1,100, Call 4737057. LOST OR STOLEN White female GermanShephard SERVICE. GAS NEATER $50; manual Burroughs "! ALANON FAMILY GROUP at CREATIVE COTTAGE mile
    1/12-2/24tchg 3 years old. in vicinity of Removal" > adding ,machine,' $35: or best. offer ; 964-6219 south of Starke Off US 301. Phone
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    Door Spring Road Friday Jon. 20. 1 f ,, _461.5464:1/26 Hn 11/1713tpd2/08 .964-6118.. Satisfaction gua a"t..d.
    i HOUSES FOR SALE Answers to ""Princess". $25 reward for *Trimming ANTIQUE TABlI w/6 chairs, cabinet and / \ ,,' 1/19 HnPAINTING.
    returnor Information. Tfadesco. Stump Removal; buffet?,, table,"seats 16 $2.000:;, Ant. ":t i;,r y) V', -* ;' c ''. '' '. '. Inside ,Outside' Free
    4737544. 1/26 windup record player w/records, eitlmate, Phone 473-3486 or 964-8413.
    : LEASI TO OWN Cozy lakeside 2BR ItpdHELP 'I: Free Estimates ._ Valentine! lift< of Love '
    house w/flreplace and huge 30 X 40 """ ', $200; pedal- lnO machine' .$200 2 1/19 2tpd 126HOUSECLIANINGI'
    >complete bras bed, twin,size $100' In home..
    your
    Rental attach WANTEDSTYLISTS .Firewood, ; '
    screen porch. apartment each. 964-4468.' 1/26ltpd; 2/02 ,Message Deadline Monday-Friday (Starke area) Coll
    ed. 12829392. 1/3 ,
    tfnchg t ;473-4732 : ,PIANO FOR ALI..Wanted: Responsible \964-4484 and ask for JoAnn'l/193tchg
    FOR SALE OR TRADE 2BR cottoga on 1 CO-STYLISTi needed for newly ,- 'party to .assume smallmonthly 2/02 ,:,
    Lake. Detached 2 After A P.M.. i 'fI (! .
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    1/2 acre on Spring j jKeystone
    Feb.
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    for expanded facilities.!! Must be .. 'I '!I' payment on' spina/consel.c.piano, MATURE, RESPONSIBlI Chrl.tlarLody
    ,: TRADE mobile home
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    cargarage.and lot toward. $13.500 sell p.rl.nc.d'.ln all! phases of Height : I ,Con be seen,locally. Write:,;(Include '' will clean your home and do laundrY
    : equity or HAIR CLINIC. llc. odi Insured phone number" )'Credit Manager/ P.O. while work; Call Joyce 964-4889.
    for Assumable at 9'percent cosmetology.' DORIS' n' > .:I i HI Hurry and you .
    28500. get
    mortgage i- T i .jn.--i.-vt HTTT fn- rJ ;Box 521, IL' your 1/26 '
    Interest. Call Dennis 473-4006, Contact. Lois Olson. 475.2211.1/26.3/1. I a Beckemeyer, 62219. 1/26 Itpd
    3tpd 2109. ,CHILD CARE IN MY HOMS Experienced
    473-3634.1/19 tfnchg .6tchg,"_... _._, ,t' > message in on'te. .' mother will babysit any age Melrose

    J.E MILLIGAN MOTORCYCLES1977"HONOA brea.'475-1271.. Itpd.1/26 '
    ACTION CARPET CLEAN, MElROSE 'r'i .,
    ACCOUNTING.' t '
    AND PAINTING Accounting. A fa'Service" .IncomeTqx Service 1 ?SSOi .Adult tines l lI.

    psPAIITMENIS Amor tta'lon Schs.; ,. .\;: j !. ge.$7. 964-8640., ;J J 4J! tT ELr.Cl JC

    Beside .. -.. ...... ... .. .... ... ....- "...... UNA-
    How C.IIforFr.. E tlmot.. Next to Poet Office'227s ,, ,.J, Post Office! f" : OOAnifi, Sl.S.6

    111- 475.2199, aOyrs.Exp., Ph. 9 4'8oM Gainesyille-Suu' ..
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    ) ,\.,Needed;; i Subscribe PIONEER,

    ; t'r)(, ',-. or' ., ELECTRIC CO.. "
    JANE $ USHER '' w
    An ey1it41pe Heights
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    Trolley, Cash .
    .. ,:;- f ':Areas Cabinet*i Vanhla'' ( Register

    1 N.w ( bln.t., 't.. ;:.iI't .r For Sole : "
    REALTOR Your Union County Realtor MusrJJB l r..Hab1. car and pest cob bond,, Fill out ,
    ; applied!**.,es'G.IemvHIe'Sun, 4M, $Mth ,Walnut,, 'Cabinet. R.palr 1,! rdfwd Car ,; lYQ'_ I....!
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    Street. :Pforf..r ,Farmlca, i Work'lack ,aTr r '''--It'
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    i : ,496-2903 9To :.... ;: ,,37f-14l4, '' ..... ;
    '360 k Butt ; .. 4- '' eo. "- ; *' -1'1.hOfIIIe.;,: "' ...'.A"r. .!t
    : Wast Meln 9f. ":L! .f -. .,i "
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    .f Jarpctpteaning li \+ei : : Service'" .t. ,:'; ,
    FOR SALES Hew lifting..... i't:. : 1" 4 It' .)4rV"' ,'
    ..., .' t' Tr..' 'r.aovq/'. ,
    e..Room..Space. l "t'
    decorated 4 bedroom home In lake Butler. One of o Kind *xxi Sp i I r
    Beautifully ipoclou .
    ,, .. ,I Awe Abe ..., demesslng. ''' :,
    located on approximately' 1 acre fenced and with pool.DEAl! for entertainment. By' Appointment Only.. ,Priced" .., t' 'O'OD .rll8 ',
    "below Replacement Value. Might trade lot ntee country home.: l "
    lovely 3 bedroom J bath C* home on 1 acre fenced. V* mile from.city' limit, of, take Butler.Beautiful' fireplace. Vl eioiuse'SPecial (Lir.r'oauMe! $ rhf'\5 : .,Pree I .SMlrMrry.licenced BP.:.Me.' OfflcaShofi1tOW.Cai:
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    "home heM real country appeal. No close neighbor A HAL BUY. > Insured

    bedroom homo In Ue IvtI ere., W oc,.. Just one block horn SIIII2f6.9 ond O. SOLD*. Ho SOLD.additional$OLD'q structure In i I. Cap('HjfetJ :(' a.112) k tiTufc-,, ," ," 'rf.rn' V. ''';"< ., Ouanty Wot\ I' .
    I bedroom 'home on I acre Worthington Spring. '' area..- .Newly,d.aorewd. _Jnskle l ou'- .. } : / ; 45 *.: ;rho4r $ D..Hettf4tc' i

    : bock of home. IDEAL for IN-HOME BUSINESS. LL Cent HWIW Carpet, large Funtltur" Cleaneds( >.k) ., .( '.1 > '964-5754
    j Beautiful Country,Home on beautiful homeslfe! with f4 pecan tree* on 5 ocre* | ?,> t 111N'
    1 Fireplace Appro 1600 q. ft. plus double ear garage. Fenced yard ond nice barn>> ;', i r' ,'Not :D. 9ht.df Don'f'p.y'; ;

    -2 bedroom brick home 2 block from Hospital.Cent,.IV A.W/W carpet,'.tove reWgerator' dishwasher' carport, l
    Ideal far couple : 3, I *rd forf A?Unten County and'tttrrcttntflnfl,:ar a', : "\' .

    ACREAGE ,1..,..\"' ') tl! Cteanii 'I'. CL' .., \ Q caeFI.ty -"

    I S* 1.A.Cropland! and wooded. Super.kKarlon, Border creek.. | ., : ," "-
    .13\\( Acre located 4 mile out ol Uke Butler an 4 / .. ; .
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    t f : oC countryv rand.daf t'fIOIfure. Paved rood frontage .owner financed loveljr howeirtf *,Iniiki'f ran city 'limit*, r ."...."1,1., TII :'W <. ,
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    ; ,Jest Ic20 3 mrul A4m 4 4 Wvo from dr tam.+,Iprtne. ,H .WjoaVI' Altm. paiture.. U ...., ,. +- INr.. fknJr" ''",.f, awayjr ., -',..' '" RSSS 1* ,'.. I'' r,

    .-.rMl "BB1WAMI, !: ,Fi ;, 1' '" '
    ,-Hou.. and S ocr"en lwo.y(\ Extra large bedroem..2 bosh hams w/fli"Mlwe. the country.toco std I. UnIon County eft!! 8231':(deaf ..Se ru.?

    ., for famifte wfce work In G ln wv'"e end .... Butter.Shawn by 4.obhnerM., 'I I ,,Hh'i; ,

    .3 Bedroom, l Vfc .".*.. -home"to Sh..,.MM..-.".OM,*?* .-U*. fMfef, Control heat. ". '." '. ...
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    : NOTICE MOBILE HOMES HELP WANTED FOR RENT.


    i'i dAB61FIEDADVERTIN0'o' should be tub. FOR SALE, I MIMOSA MANOR MOBILI -----l Cut Split Stacked''

    mltted to the Bradford County PROGRAM COORDINATORi Administer ';Mobile. home and space /i Cord Dry Oak
    V, Telegraph office In writing and paid In A &/iW MOBILE HOMI lAliSi New and client training program for Sunshine Recreational vehicle $4SI'473339

    advance unless credit I Ie already utM )wblle home. for ale, Walter industries' Sheltered Workshop.; Supervision 68.2912.9/16 tfn
    R 'established with this off c.. ((5u0)) Atom Invites you to com out and coordination of staff 'In dolly I MOBILI HOMES FOR RENT

    j .THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE and browme. Highway 11 South, client programming,mating HRS, from Starke city limits' Clean. Hwy. 16 Ilrwilt'hD."trREALT"Yi

    HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN, Palatka Fla. 325-93St.er 328-4682. In guidelines, Organlxatlon and ability to I W. Call 4681323. 10/07tfn, Ceramic TIUSrvlce
    CLAIIIJlIIDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN. OVIII, Stark, call, Roy Wells, 964-3231. 9/22 work well with other ft must, '.5. In CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for' : rent. On
    \ THI TELEPHONE Mn 'S S Education or Rehabilitation Field and Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison; Cqll >
    ;.t: Classified deadline. I I. 'fUESDAY. 9/BIDROOM/ ; 1% BATHt $3300. Sato' experience. Salary plus Incentive 168.1323.10/01: tfn. Wall and Floor

    \ NOON, prior to Thursday publication ;.apprecla1e.: Ian.'3, handing Klngileyf' bonus from $13,500 to $14,500 depending STUDIO APARTMtrm Weekly monthly .New WorkRepair & :;PHONE 964.1776'LIL11' m

    .' I Minimum charge I I.15 words for$2.79 ;'lade' (Off 320)) 12/01 tin EOW4IANDYMANSPECIM on training and experience'. Ap ?, rotes.Palms Aportm.nt.rsr.N. Tern .and Re Grout 205 N UtS
    ,1'i' then.10 cent for each word thereafter. ,.For tola 3 BR, 2 plications from Bradford and .,,"OU,,".' pie Av. 7/28 Hit 944.467, GAR ; T.mpleStark
    ;" < BA MIN on'on. acre In city: of Stark. ding'area w.lcom. Send re.ume to1 SPACIOUS 3 BR 2 BA home with CH/A. t) 10"

    YARD SALE .' ,' ,I' Great' location Close !n. Avolloble 'Bob 'Larimer, Director Sunshine In'dustrles w..t Call St. Lois of storage. Nd pet*.
    r.I /,1 Jon. IS, 1984. $10.300. FIRM. Ph. P.O. Box :509 Starke\ Fl ,- Call 964-3827. 11/03 tfn. 'STARKE RADIATOR, Bradford Vlltai' i

    pPI. 824-1317 or 13722740. K..p frying. 32Q9T., 9447699.Op.n until filled.. 1/031: NICE ROOM with private,bath, 9646035.
    !I..i. 612 COLLINS PLACit Starke. Wed.//rr 1/O34tchg J/26 > ', tfn' VACANCY SOONi One, bedroom apart'merit. SERVICE Where Georgetown Charm
    Thur.. Fri. "7J CHAMPION 12xWi '2-BR mobile EXPBRIENCEO MEAT CUTTiRt S Meets Florida' l Hospitality/
    | Phone 964-6362, Antlqu. Apply';"at Carpet., drapes, AC walled I .
    I- tools, furniture, dishes.etc. 1 1/26f / home. 2V4 ,mil...w..t of tawtey{ on. Norman's Produce, 964-6071.JII2 tfn patio. First and last month rent plus Bredfefd Villa.combine Georgetown, tractate. *
    f iCORNER SOUTH AND cHUIYt Storke// SR225. Phone 7823409. 1>19- 2tchg CRUISI SHIP JOBS I Great Incom.poten.tlal.AII deposes Ph. 964-8601 (Bradford VlI! ". with the warmth end welcome the South found..

    c., Saturday. 9 a.m. Furniture, clothe; 1/26 occupation. For Information, Apt.) 1/05 tfn12x6S In the Country: of ......... Starke, one el North'
    toys, etc. Cancel) If rqn.| tod 1/26 / MOBILE HoMEs FOR SAU OR RENTS call ((312)) 742.8620.x4 362. 1/19 4tad MOBILE HOMHi'3'BR, In country. Florida'. '_et charming little town, offer''

    I Good term. No pel. Deposit required. 2/09 Unfurnished. $165 month, $200 residents 0 mere' walk' *. ',.,.... Center" or To"Town"
    I. MISCELLANEOUS /i iI Phone 964-8816: Itpd 1/26 FEDERAL STATE B CIVIL SERVICE Jobs deposit. 964-5714 aftef 4 p.m. Taking Townhouse' ore'near golf A tennis' and
    I f TWO BSDROOM ONI BATH MOBIL available. Call I I-(619)( 569-8304 for,In' applications Itchg 1/26 .beating facllltlea. Townhouse provide. privacy ftsecurity.
    , HOMI with % acre lot located on Hwy. fo. 1/19 3tpd 202MANAGERSTEACHERSiVya FURNISHED EFFICIENCY Two room. "... .in
    FREE PUPPIESt Part Lob B I Pitt.782.3Q6S.ltcha ptoc town Prom SU. aof) .
    \ 1/26 y, 301 South. .Include two window A/C may n.edyouport.flm.840hrs.perweeksEarn 7823458. 1/05 tfn ft rod.v Uat"Ask
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    unit, palo cover, utility hed. Call MOBILE HOMIi Keystone Height I
    j' .LAND FOR SALE 964-7849 after 5 p.m. 1/26 2tpd 2/02 Ing potential, $700-900 per month: Across from Lake Geneva. Clean, no for Randy or Dave. PREFERRED PROPERTIES
    ( : / 1M,.lOx&S MOBILi HOMIi Fumiih.d.Loeat.d Phone 782.3790 for appt. tpd 1/26 'lOCI... $150 mth. Furnished or'unfur. 964.681'0cst.a I HANDSOME; BR, IV\*, BA BRICK home on..$ Ac.At-

    10 mile. south of Starke.-Con. MANAGERi Convenience tore.. Apply i nl.hed.473-7729. 1/12 4tpd 2/02 HWY 301 I I.HU'IlUn. track fence w/""< ..... On Slit, .
    rtti 1'AC' LOTS facing Pleasant Grove tact Wayne Scott. 371-6862 or 468-2513. Pep-Q.! 620 S.,Walnut St. Stark. Itpd KITCHENITTI FOR RENTS Fully furnished. UtTMMl BUSIEST CORNER..STARKIi,,100 en Hwy 301 x I6'I

    Rd. 3995. $400 down $70 0 month. 1/26 1/26 Utilities Underwood Motel, 3Vi mil. .+SR I*. Kxlrtlng bldg. ample '....1"... SJS.OOfe.AMIN

    Call 964-5606.) 9/15 tfn ,t -- HANDY PIRSON WANTED for.mllC.noneou. N. on 301, Storke, Fl.1/123tp41/26 '. *. ...... ..,,.... 1WX.'Payments 622.27.
    THREI 1 ACRE LOTS on SR-227-Brookar CARS ft TRUCKS construction. We supply ONI 'BEDROOM FURNISHED GUEST VACUUMSALE '.FOR LSASEi......brkk 2 BR,2 BA'hi best location.Fully .
    Rd. 2995. $300 down, $5$ a'month.; material. You supply tools and labor. HOUSE. $175 mth 2 BR unfurnished : Sum $600 mo. Double garage'

    964.5606.9/15 tfn 1972 CAMAROl .350 engine, automatic Call ..as.1174. Itchg 1/26 apt., $200 mth.; 3 Br? house; $175 mth. .LOCATION-lOCATIONr Brick 3 SR. J BA-220 N.
    ONE ACRE LOT Facing Forsyth Rd. 197S DODGE .360 engine -automatic. FARM HELP WANTED TO CARS for and 4 BR House,,,$350 mth. 964-8404, 1/19 Mimosa Dr. CH/A.w/1440*heated t gar. ft vtll. rm.

    1 4000. $400 down and $70 month. Your choice, $700. -8503,1/1 3tpd f.*d(;!animals. Call for1 appointment HOUSE 3 BR, 2 BATH. FR, DR, LR,,,)large NEW & ,USED -BUDGET BUSTER Cl.se te SS EUm. 3 111.,1'/. BA
    9645606.112 tfnHOMES : between 9 1,4, only. 485-1174. Itpd landsc..Ac.
    1/26 glast-enclosed bock porch. Double We Finance Our Own COUNTRY LIVING AT ns BESTt 3 Beaut
    "' FOR 171 CHRYSLER NCWPORTt 41,000 actual 1/26 garage, swimming pool. 7 acres- with' 'with lovely BR. 3 BA home. 4 ml.-Sterke.
    SALE
    f .' mile*. Excellent cond. $1,000. Call Joe, CARE FOR ELDERLY MAN: Part time -or fish pond. $400/mo. Phone 9647910. KIRBYS QUIET RETREAT 2 Ae. w/3 BR, 2IA, CH/A home.
    full Mud' be 40-50 old. ROYALS
    time
    BY OWNER 924 WC OodI._. 3 IR; 2 BA, Baker; 533-2611 evening or' .496-2222 year 1/26 tfn I ."r..I. _. Mere land_liable.
    ,J.w/eedar siding, .p. LR, DR. FR days. l/)92tpd 1/26' : Phone 496-2370'anytime. 1/26 Jtchg TWO APARTMENTS FOR REND One fur. .EUREKAS .SS3.000iRO230, Brick home. CH/Ar ,....e.d. j Ig. lot.

    .r'' w/f(replace. CHI A. f.ncd.yord within 1SS SMALL FORD RANGER AKA Leaded. N D 10lADIES .-. : nlshed one unfurnlshe'd. Tackle Box.Starke. HOOVERS l ..4 BR, | I STUCCO w/"ln-lew" apt. on, 1.42 A4.
    P walking distance of schools. Coll Tok. over' payment Phon. 782-3160 .'1 tpd 1/26 lELECTROLUX' $....aoo.,
    work from their home ;
    964.8268.11/17 i// or 964-8549 after 6 p.m. Itpd 1/26 I to" week. ; _:' TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME QUEENS '321 BUTLER TlHAClJ / an 2 nts-$..',SOO.,
    BUY OF THE YEARIi 2 BR, I BA CB hom.: 171 CHIVY CAPRICI LANDAU COUPIl 10 hours per > $125/mo plus $75 security deposit.Just SEARS '.FACING GOLF COUWEslevely'.,S BA.: 0_.fill
    r', Financing available. 14681323. '1201"Uln.r Factory wire, wheel, new tires PS PB.AC..tllt..trlnQ. Can Earn $75 to$150 per Wk. off SR 16' near Ralford.. 964-5161" or COMMERCIAL.Al '.7M W. MADISONt Zoned for office.SSS.OM.
    I will b. interviewing at 1/26 .
    cruise control. $2473. 964.44741tpd
    '. ''i- I t. 7823307. Itpd 1/26 EconoLodge,U.S.301 N.Starke' TWO BEDROOM,, DOWNSTAIRS, APT We repair aU Takes i :COZY 3 BR. I BA C/BUura Sit Fenced*SJi.OOO.
    built .
    COUNTRY STYLE) W.II | home In conV'venlent A_. dub-SU.OM.
    BRICK IV AAJ. Country
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    '178 FAIRMONTt. Station wagon. ,302VB.ngln' Friday Jan.27 *iSOa.m.ft IsSO ,.m.. $195/mo. $150 security d.po.it.f'hon.;
    ; city: location. Remodeled huge .
    W-100.
    Young'sSince 2 BEAUTIFUL CITY LOTS.a
    i luggage rock PS, PB AC. AskfarMrs. Kuhn 964-4228 after 6 p.m. 1/26 tfn ,
    'room., 9648569.
    spacious kitchen. "' brick borne. Pecan trees
    'BEDROOM -47 ACtAtt. antique
    .' TWO HOUSE Unfurnished.
    Good 782-3307. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASR1tpdl'26l
    : 12/1S1fn 58.000 miles. tlrea. ; .
    $173. THREE ROOMS and bath furnish. 1957 _FIN! I $!ENCEc33 Ac..r... ...... 1320' on 301.
    t BY OWNER 2 BR, 2 BA' home In town Itpd 1/26 .
    ed light furnished. $160 plus $50 !30.04 Ac. North ef Lawtey en Hwy. 301.
    apt.
    t 1977 PONTIAC SUNSIRDi AT PB PS AC. 964-6918
    with 2 of land. 301. Call'
    acres iSouth ESTABLISHED
    / FIRM LOOKING FOR tX ;: w/Great Roem.$79.SOO.
    I $875. Phon.782.3307.1tpd 1/26 security; no pets* 964-8071. Itpd 1/26 10 ACRES ft New Home
    B.T. Thomas, 964.8353. V192tpel 1/26 ECUTIVI SECRETARY with good 3 Milts north of fin.
    typing' Own.
    FURNISHED 1 BR DUPLEX Private drive tl4'AC OFF 22SW.lowttoy.
    1977 CHEVY 44 TRUCK. .350 n.w
    \ HOUSE 3 BR. 2 BA, FR.'DR. LR. Large 1200/15 RVT. asking eng.$2800. and shorthand skill and with coma ocX j and entrance. No. children or'.pets, StarkB en US 301 -3 SR FRAME$1S.OOO.! Excel co..... 2 lot*.

    i j glo..-.ncio.d bock porch. double Negollabf..964-6664. Itchg 1/26 counting knowledge. Excellent work please 9645464. 1/26 Hn197512x40 .BESSENT ROADaVery l|., wooded.... $'500.

    : garog., swimming pool. 7 ocr.* with "8 VOLKSWAGEN SQUARlBACKi Ing condition for the right person !.' TRAILER FOR RENTS Front and .16 WOODED ACt Hwy 18 Hampton. Make offer.
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    fish Owner financed.
    j,. 1/26 pond.tfn 964-79.10. Ralph Martini 9645842. Itpd 1/26 looking for a good future with a grow. rear part furnished $225 mo. 6 month HAMPTON OAKS Let IS. wooded. $'.000.

    i L .BYOWNER)'.3 bedroom' 1 bath frame 198 CADHLACi.All original. Run ..- with ing company Salary Send lease $100 'deposit. Located Arch.r ,CuriesCycles ,FOR LEASEi 3 BR brick Call St, New paint Ig. lot..
    experience.
    S .Phone 9648016. Itchg Road Gains' ilie'COMact, Wayne Let S3. Acre plus. $6.000.
    cellent.
    $1873. HAMPTON OAKSl
    home On lot,.Chain{ link fenced-ln :
    f ff i large Drawer A, Starke, ', Scott, 971-6862 or4682515.: Itpd 1/26
    .*- ', bockyard.largellylngroom,32x18dlnK 1/26 commen.urat.i -40 ACRES Prime land eK SR-23S.$2.000 Ac.7) ,
    TEXAS REPlNIIVCORP;.: EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS*Working peo- _. .. ., LAURA:..$22.Oe0.',.. ,
    '>log room. (otsurtioble, mortgage, at OF MONEY coh- I. "- M .. I
    plus ,$pa'ardyl.CI! JquUtt. mtNMlaYpeidt.BeYr. \ :
    : -I isUl7ta $T,!%>Q card: .W"!" :.,,......,pnbll... ....8, nct--T"F I UNQ'.IoO.. :" !D" 1. + "'t0.mndssapdt> ..... ...l.lens. 4604+OWsitpdvW26" tt' .Hwv30.t.I... hLoW. f.. .....4.7..A0.Lti000rf0uH. \lhrcYEnamLRLL&23..Q x t)
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    "'" \ Nego: Call ((904) 361.886iC,IC.fr t !: ." ,..'" ,'.. .. M'1 ,. .'I'M'I '.rOl j'ftegarcHaflfl.'b>t-4 i< ; UPLIXIAPOehENTtttr2 'HI'OOm'' : REPAIR SHOP( "_ptoII. Owner fino""'"

    ',,1/26 2tpd 2/02 ; .White Mal.Poodle named Clyde. A.D Sean, Pr.... Texas b: KINGSLEY LAKE AREAi By Owner. 2/3.2 blind. REWARD. Shelly, Corp., Box 711, Fort Worthf Texas $150 security deposit. 964. :Z21 after 6 .EDWARDS tOADill Plus Acres.
    r BA CH/A. Pet, 2-cor garage. Many extra Partially after 530. 76101. Itpd 1/26 pm. 1I26t'n .**.*.*.*.
    964-5397 day. 964-5838 ;
    '. *. By appt. 13.794ttpel 1/26 IVtMNOSntACOOHSTtM41S
    1/19 2tpd 126BUSINESS NOW.TAKING. APPLICATIONS for a LAVIINOUnAW7.HOYIIW.7. .
    OLDER HOME Storke. $50.000
    In
    LARGE.'wIth assumable of .. .- 5- Receptionist/Bookkeeper. Must, be experienced MENAND WOMEN .... PAYS MU1UNt41.II""
    mortgage opprox.
    96 after 6 with office procedures. 17.02TRAIN WATNI OOWHM M4MI
    ;' 30000. Phone >4-4228 p.m.
    t\ -i 1/26 tfn /j God typist q requirement. Some comt.. NOW FOR $295
    ., HANDYMAN SPECIAL BR home.Needs OPPORTUNITIESOWN puts experience helpful. Apply In p.,- u _. -
    CIVIL SERVICE'
    "' repair. Turnoff St. Clair St. ontd sons only no phone! call.. Bradford w.* t.e Want,Ad$ 'Get Results

    ? Thomas Slr.t., See sign: .$";700. County' Telegraph. 135 West Call EXAMS SuzukiGS'750 r'
    / "/,$3,000, down. 'Terms. It372-688l car YOUR OWN J.an-SportdW.ar, Street Starke, 1tPd., '/26, ., No High School Necessary\
    'Vl3789220.l26.ttn, = / : ladle. Apparel Combination Accessories Positions Start Aa High A* SKYUNE HOME CENTER.INC.

    te"r f i Large!: Size' Store. National HOUR : US. 301 North-Starke-984.4414
    i'I: : VA-FHA + 'Brands!' Jordache, Chic, L_. LevI -;< $10.21
    a, ,UA( ) models. Five
    : POST OFFICE ( CLERICAL 'Mpklng room for :now
    I 5 I ;;
    Gunne Sax Esprit
    Vonderbllf. liod. '. .
    ; Conventional Financing' Valente, I ;STARKE FLA.FOR .. .' MECHANICS INSPECTORS $195' select lot' models at loss. S.f Up and ,
    '. ; ', .l heped LR/DR Area, 1 Brittanla; Calvin Klein Sergio KELP '''1111''''JOB WHILI : ,..
    'I ':.11\1'iJot"\ Ooe to School I. $U.IOO'II v;-. Evan Pteone, Clalbome,' Members Grown Only SALE,OR RENT ( '. .PREPARING, GOVERNMENT AT'"OM.I'O IXAMS .'..y.'.",...' ...., ', .dellv. ed.
    Bill Blown OrgoniCaily '
    )';.f CHASTAIN CONSTRUCTION, Haalthteic300.. other 7.900 ta:> ,0 Ac. ori U.S. 301 \ Greenhouse
    r 964.13197I .0 Ideal.for Writ.I Include Phone)ho. To: ..
    I 1200 II. $250
    K $24,900, airfare training., Four sq. bldga. per mor f S891O,
    'f .AI'|Closing Cost PaUl ,,1 fixture,!,Inventory grand opening; etc. Mr. contractors. auto repairs.'light mlg.. storage.' ; ;National. Training I
    '. I ...... '
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    machine shop.
    1/26 lumber yard Service Inceo '
    .. ; Loughlin ((612) 889-6555. Itpd S.
    ,' WANTED BARN OVER .830.000;ANNUALLY with! ,'FORJNFOCALL. c'V 1 .Curies Cycles ; PINE 'FOREST'III
    own food business Stark.I*Ideal,. McDOUGALL'S AUCTION CO. INC..
    your
    1 P.O. DRAWER A, Hwy Ml SStorhe
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    and four tires., for this venture.: Minimum Inv.stm.ntx50,000.
    AXLE ft TIRESi Two axle APARTMENTS
    ''i Highest price: paid.' Green's. Welding .- Write to Opportunities,:J'.0. .1.904-786-8999: : 1', ,, $1 RKE.lf.LORIDA.320'1 '

    Shop.301 South, Stork.. FL. 9645007. Box'409,.+,Wayeros.; GA 31502.. 1/26 1.2 ft 3 Bedroom Apt*.

    1 31A10.U tfnchgi "" 3tpd2/09'" v S 5-S / 1/264tp42/J16 Sub&cribe <, from. '"."'to 297M''
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    ft T1R$4 For mobile home*. .. riaFi
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    mobil. Home Sal... Call 964.56.06.10T3 J :W"'TTT "'-- --"'- .

    tfn .:: 5- T"FILL DIRT .1530 W, Mad{jan _
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    'ROOMMAT1'NEEDEDr' Age rw '
    rfMAU rock Well on't LIP A ""hO"19114.8312 5
    $SO nth.and ;t, 'Sand m* Drilling. : .
    -C, 19-28 to share BR house. r 'v', I IQUaIItOIlS''"
    -hall of utilities. Call 964sM6.et: ,S. : Plumbing Repairs.: .Statistic '0"0I1UNI.JY'

    .'' p-.mC ItcKg 1/26' I:' ,,4681455,, 41.000' Chimney Fire last
    WANTED TO BUYt Small piece of land for i licensed.. Year. $? million damage to .. .

    .doubt_d. .mobile. '/ Mme,,,<9' '-6020.\" ;'\ ,.1, ,:*'...!fIoIYo......,.State... .....Hamm'HELP ............, homeowner" Don't let this ..
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    / ,,.. ,: .' : WAN7EDS 'fllonaajSaturday, ,Blanknftip. ; Mobile.AH Home'typeB'.Parka'of i.q: .

    l Chlmn-w Jiomeowtwrs policies{ for :
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    t ;a.'Q.I.fItr.a.d., ; i SHORT ORDER COOK 'mobile homes. '
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    Reasoriabl l. RatoiCaUAiiyvlm Experienced,;Only. 'Year' round LONGCHAMP. ,HOMES ;",, .,* c Cafl for Quete ',* front porche' beautiful

    Ollirs111Moblle! shady lot.' fruit tree;, 6
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    't. Camp Blanding Service Club.; N' _, pecan 'leas and shop.:
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    14851541Jay Home Sales. I I $43,000.tXCEPTIONALL'. .
    k :, :Dri S..rJut, Florido + NlCC-9
    Df and4Son.. ., ,533-2050' .. *3 Bedroom ,_ .!: EM ne M. Olin, Ageet LBR.' '2 ,BA. 'doubl. ld. I
    Brick
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    5 :"< ry''lB' ".II' 'j/o> "' ,!II" Veneer Horn '

    Gr___. I, x""thin e" Bath"CH1A: CiTrpor Utillt'RooSi '" 964-5606 ., mobile home'on .1." octet
    ; ., ;. Screened''enclosed porCh:
    I', 'FafefRbtery :t 55 ... .
    r 10x14 shelter. $28.000"SPORTSMANS "
    ( )*.. A rllU 1b8 He ei P., ON YOUR LOT'' brkk DREAM;
    t x ) ;- IOir-3xBR,2 IA on

    ; ,. .Subscribe'Today : State Uww.d'I IEZTwrns.. : 1SforHng. ,At: ) 5,-pl's.aaeA ,.fenced, 2.72 Fish 00.\camp: '"Sampson h.,on $lake amp; '
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    .I: + 1 ,r ,ERA : !; !,;peas:""t'U'-=......J.::.;. ;, h: I: $,31 A80o00Me Term groonhouie. $70.000., table., son Lake. 760 ft.'on canal

    i Io: "!". ""par bar room. pomaroomibolta
    : .,.> ', .... ,. i316-(3)) ,Apt: Hou e In 1Woldo I
    : .1/0,' t r. oJ 01, : Different Plans of FIn.oelng.elutern' ,.tackle shop, living
    ;{_ : ) FLORflLAHD 'Neal&UBed1es''artaSer; : Starting at 1"' to 13'.4".. 'dawn,; $ 4.COO! : $10.000- J, quarters, boats, kicker.
    '' : IF YOU QUALIFY'For i .ACREAGE2'A acre and
    FA1iEKNWE'AIiI
    .j REALTY i' Info","" .....Cell '*:1. Ac.y.. well" elec. ,.. Some owner flnanted.' .
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    N .*pwworkihop" ., garage $2,000 acr.: and upV I
    7M-7700 ; hr8S'''' 964853 F9 i ; f.r' -14, AC-lawtey'i \.I",
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    pl lowi i'flowerii, ready for
    'I 'i' 393 N'Templ; Ala. > Imp. pCIS"' '''. Fenced.; 3 I
    ;.o" ,.home.
    .1 home or fmoblU
    is 221L..St.AcM.: r.01 1M1ef1Y.M.eDADWAY Vernle. ff YOdan/Bfpker .*;1..1" !:' ;;.11'l I'JI"' :*;'o*'' 5455 -, $16,000.. well, ft.2culv.rn.$3500, :
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    : ( : .* ETplfl L !s :.1111 f-JIIIMrI"! '"w.ppr.x > a SeM Home. Barn w/4 atolls. 0t1CItockl'OOf'no
    "(" 4 ,$19,11er neighborhood IW.ttOUSEWMUCH..e m: : Airre'rtY/#,"*p'd: pot fence, :3 IBporches ;

    .eNWY 1Ak n..e .....wM11 rwN ......N ROOM: Jhu'I. HeATINQ AAIRCONO.I On MH.Fruit tree*;

    :c It. .aILJINa .... J.1ts+ti..1... + sea i.wtlle ler'.rNJse t +Iw'4M F.nc.diywrd; need 'pom* ..,;r.. . .. .... ,. darkroom. $33.000.; .
    (. Aptrppl.IiMlr 1 eu1o cleaning,; but ',priced to REFRIGERATION APPLIANCE REPAIR'/ HWY 16 W-One&to with I
    : = : +aaslr fees "
    : W stint aaln j.atsee,. isfilfKALL ; ''SUPPLY"" 01I. .stw special 24'x64'.Home
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    11 122 cases were scheduled January 9. while intoxicated, fined $!8U O. duced valid license. '
    in Bradford' County Court on the license u e months\ must Ddvjd Wayne McCullers,, wilful-
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    Tf"mc>Criminal[ calendar to appear attend DWI school, remain', under ,Wanton reckless'driving, fined$59.25. ,
    before Judge George H. Pierce, The supervision'Salvation Army, 50 hours' Robert John revoked/ while ,:-!
    I following defendants received final community;! servicework.. license suspended fined
    dispositions: > Paul tale Brown, driving while j Intoxicated $59.25. '
    I dismissed. V\ Ardell Ova Sutton, ,rr., Improper ;
    I I Matthew Krwin Me :en>:trivl g ;,;:" .J.mes"MlehAet' Davlsson, failed to driver license,dismissed pay$25 cost.
    I \ while intoxicated, fined $28U50, e.arry".nd exhibit.driver; license on demand Lloyd Junior Davis, driving while
    license suspended six months, SOhours dismissed pay$10 cost license suspended or revoked, fined
    I J I \ community service work must James Michael Davlsson' unlawful $59.25. I
    I attend"driving w.hHe Intoxicated" speed, fined 929.
    (DWI) school, remain under, Salvation Oble.Leo Jackson, ho.valid driver James A Woods, driving while '
    Army supervision ; )license: ,dismissed pay $10 cost license suspended or revoked. fined
    Gregory Scott Davis no valid John Holland Luke, drivlng"whilelicense $59.25.
    ..driver license, dismissed had Valid suspended orrevokad: ,},fined. James A.' Woods, ran red light, fined -
    I drivers license, pay$10) cost. $59.23. "'" \ $55.25. ,
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    Stanley Lee McKay driving while Charles Junior BasKin, ,John A. '''Bryan, no valid driver h4
    Intoxicated, fined $281.50, license 'while license suspended, revoke license, fined 5925., P. he'w'
    suspended six months,'50 hours! comjmunity > dismissed pay $25 cost. Raymond Randall Sell,' no validdriver T '
    service'work, remain under Annette Roberta' Cheung, no valid license, fined,$59.25. / IA
    :supervision of Salvation, Army'attend, driver license dismissed pay$25 cost,
    :PWI I school, presented valid r license. .William Harold Clemons,
    : Corine Davis Jenkins,.driving with Rickey Wayne Hawkins;; driving while,license,suspended or revoke x i atOne
    :unlawful alcohol blood level, fined while license suspended ,or'revoked, fined $59,25.William .
    :$28l.50.llcense suspended six months, dismissed pay$10 cost A Harold Clemons, no valid
    work Rickey Hawkins leaving driver license dismissed.
    ::50 hours community service ,
    :must attend DWI school, remain scene of accident'diamisse&Choppy Victor, Ferreira nov valid driver
    under supervision of Salvation Army. Hodes, ,no, valid driverIcenoo license fined $59.25.
    Rodney Wnl'.wr.'rctanley, driving' l AIb.Alvawl driving' fined $59.25..

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    111 V*(i Union ASCS. Director-'advises inducing acreage' ,

    ''' '' .: II Injury in Monday accident, 2 pickups,totaled. .,: '
    II ', Now that the' acreage reduC i addltionaU i : 10 to 20 percent for for ri'rn'hncl$2.42 for sorghum. A Starke man was lightly Injured when the pickup struck the 1978 pickup la the left'side:tittle was cited for
    sign-up period is underway,, -. ; payment-in-kInd at 75 percent. oftheir, truck'in which he was riding,was struck by another failure to yield the right"of'way, according'to Trooper I>.
    ,Union County ASCS ; 'progr'm. teld.. Roberts'said farmers need 'to use pickup truck driven by a Lake City man January 16 In F.Pescia. .
    I Roberts ( *" '' / '' the acreage reduction program as a ,Lake Butler< Clarence Taylor 29,of Starke pas senger In the 1.78
    I advises farmers to seriously 1 safety net. "Strong participation will taken by" Union County:Rescue to Sha..... '
    benefits '' 'Target prices act'as insurance to :j -Andrew Taylor of Starke driving a 1978 Chevrolet pickup was
    program February 24. 'The. Signup. .,-, j.Keep ..farmers"in business,, if! prices further reduce stocks and continue to pickup was eastbound on ,CR-100 near Lake Butler, hospital where he was treated and released. -;9'
    I Roberts said 'The acreage :, stay below acceptable labels;Roberts' balance supply and demand so,that when his vehicle was struck by a 1973 Chevrolet pickup, Both vehicles were' .totaled. according to the accident
    .tion prograM" enables,all farmers' said. ''"Farmers need 'money to' the market" will pay a profitable which( failed to yield the right ofway from SR-121. The report,
    I work together to help control !If they get a loan through our price. The ASCS official said farm 1973',driven by Woodrow W. Little: 64. of Lake City '.
    program Improvments will depend greatly -
    it will give them mold, price
    and improve crop prices by
    on the willingness of farmers to
    production. At the same time,,,it for a better.market." participate in the
    tects them from economic The'10 percent feed grain acreage programs. MOTORS'
    Farm'' program participants' :reducUon program, offers farmers Union county farmers are urged to TERWILLEGAR ;,
    reduce their wheat acres by 30
    of $3.03 bushel for consider the acreage reduction program
    {target prices per
    .cent will be eligible for target : :and $2.88 for :'grain' sorghum for their farm!operations, and
    protection are $4.45 per bushel bushel, Program 'participants also will' be visit the local ASCS office at,their WILL NOT UNDERSOLD BY ANY
    loans at $3,30
    support per ,eligible for loan rates of$2.55 a bushel earliest con'Vi nlence. \ ,
    the option to' reduce their acreage, '

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    from the University of Florida as '

    as together the dental to make school this, all case' ) 1984' F-150 117" W.B

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    indicted Bradford Buckhalter grand jury on ,charges 300 six, 4 speed' manual trans.;(Creeper), knit. .,
    murder and *
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    first-degree Special
    arson, The state agreed to drop 'vinyl seat gauges low mount mirrors,: power ; ,
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    !charges of arson and soliciting January 26". February, 14

    plea.commit arson in return, for the-' steering i limited, .! slip rear axle, 1 ,,,r' 'A
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    recommended Circuit Judge Bwckhalier-Elzie S. } .,1 _' !H l' ., ',;, ;, .t, w :tg ft ,., list '.9195 OOf'II" _" ,; ,,"" 200O rfcl
    pteychiatric,evaluation and SPECIAL!!! -
    at the institution where he is SOMEONE: '
    as requested by Buckhalter's' I" Get Discount*
    torney T795
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    "We are glad io get the plea,It 45.00 I .
    ed tax payers a lot of money a ,First Curl Af
    would have been real expensive. "
    was the best example of what ,' a'2nd Curl -1/2 'priceor
    agencies 14 ,
    accomplished by ), \
    together for a common'cause.. r. ." ,', '"
    case developed from a nothing to ,
    of the better criminal cases," '; Two Curls -' Regular Price aP

    Sheriff Dolph Reddish. .'1:: 'Third Curl: .1 FREE' 1 "F'YY "

    FHP arrest; on. any'V Clitkken's' '' Curls AID Refax&rs

    DUI ', ,: \. '
    up.77 percent :. ,1"$35.00 M8.00Register
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    arrested 19,723pe.sons for the ( :; to Win Free _
    'driving under the T '
    alcohol or drugs Wring 1083 :2'Bollesof, Yalentine.Candy ; 0r
    ding Colonel" Bobby 'R'.). ; .
    FHP director. This figure o
    a 77 percent Increase ovr<,the Open: Thursday",Nights .by. ,Appointment ,

    figures Colonel of Burkett 11169. Stated ',.,'We. ::9:10: ,.'-" 5Q, ;Tues.. thru Sat." -; Wak-ins! l ) Welcome; I "

    couraged about-these-results :CaO. ... ,K. 4556' Ne M ie Foreman,'McKnlghl. Operator-Owner'.
    troopers'However'the
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    ;will not only continue our 1\1\, "." . ,".Ii.., y '. ., IN 'STOCK"Super.c.
    ,forts, ,,will),Intensify our effort "
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    '.I ,be shortened to allow for UM ''j" : : :DOG :FOOD: 80: u4 '1' '01' !' ..W'.D.;"" ___ .'!

    pee iMtaliattw:lot:' ,thick', "_ $7" ", k :

    'car,remember et. However to MHUton.you'' 4 Ration, ..;..,4'\!\>,"., !30 Ib*... : ,'. ,Factory 'Air Cond., j

    the door at the bottom. $ : 'i: : 'I'S, :, r'
    the of 8"
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    oorltJloll\"lmatter, Chunk' .. ..01 .. ,30' Nu. "
    I I fl, you plan 'Itol, do, your; I fritkJ": .'.t. to ,II"I't $6995jf.
    ;carpet uwUUation; pteooe;: : I Co nt y .towfit:,by', : ::

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    'move carefully!;before taking > "t'AT' IftfO, : t"

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