Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01740
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:01740
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PKY Inside... Bradford CpU
LIBRARy 'the, ,,
Of FLA. HISTORY' Two$. .ion. I
SECTION At I Pages '
N.wl? . . . 1-0 SINCE 1879 I
Outside Editorial Peg.. . . . . .4A I
o.o Public Nolle... . ,. . 7A
Thursday, Jan 8, is expected to see variable cloudiness, with a Th. Social Sc.n.. . . . 5-tA I
20% chance of rain by afternoon. Sporii. . . . . . 7A
Some areas could receive from a trace of rain, up to ,.25 in. High I
temperature expected, 64 degrees, with minimum relative humi ?- SECTION BI 10 Pog. t r a
ty at CO. Winds from the NE at 8 mph. vi.lon Quest . . .l.su
Extended outlook for Friday through Sunday, calls for a chance job Program . . . IB
of Friday and clearing on Salurday.Thel'orecaslcullsfortair E-Z wh..li. , . ,SB
weather Sunday, cool and breezy, with low temperature near 30, obituarist , , . 4B
and highs in the low 50's. Family R.uni( .d. . SB
August average rainfall is 8,1 inches, September 5.46 inches, Oc- N.w. Bri.f.. . ,*B The Swe'108tb
tober 3.64 inches, November 1.96 inches! December 3.08 inches, cionifi.d Ad.., .7-gB j* This Side of Heaven
January 2.8 inches, and February 3.43in'hes. Explorer Srout. IOB -OH1DA 25 Cents Copy

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Pecan Sale Today...
The next and probably final .
pecan auction of the season Is set
at noon today (Thursday, Jan. 8)) at f 911 ServiceA
the Starke State Farmer's Marketon
US-301 north.
Unless something unforseen
comes up, this will be the final ,, .r f go-head to prepare a new county retired phone company employee,
sale, says Market Manager Bob law to assess telephone customers 50 has been placed in charge of communication
Allen. ; cents per month to cover the cost of Riddick asked, "How
The Dec. 11 sale saw 11,279 I the emergency 911 number has been can we talk about buying a system
pounds of nuts sold. Stuarts pecans given by Bradford County commis until we know how much money we
averaged 62 cents per pound, Curtis f r sioners. can spend?"
58 cents and seedlings 55 cents. It is Surrounding counties are going to Riddick said it will cost a total of
a good year for pecans, says Allen, t; T, : SYy' r j; an enhanced 911 system Emergency $9 per telephone to go enhanced 911.
with 75,000 pounds of nuts being ;4 t, Services Director Cliff Chapmantold Chapman said the phone companieswill
sold at the five sales so far. rA : r xi the commissioners Monday, collect the services charge for a
q Jan. 5. Enhanced 911 capability one percent fee, and send it back to
means the system will tell the location the county. The law is very specificon
Benefit for Vanessa... i; p,} of the emergency when a call is that point, Chapman said.
A barbecue dinner is set tomorrow y.r' y. received. The addresses and location It wouldn't be so expensive if all
(Thursday, Jan. 9)) with proceeds information will be fed into a the counties were on one telephone
to to benefit Vanessa Powell. computer to enhance the 911 system Commissioner Maxie
Bar-B-Q chicken dinners will be t.r. capability. It means an address Carter suggested.No .
served from 9 a.m to 6 p.m. Donation must be given every house in the the problem is, until Bradford
$3. Location: Next to Handy county. goes to enhanced 911, it cuts out all
Way Food Store on SR-l00 across f If surrounding counties go to the people with exhaf1 e prefixes 475,
road from city power plant. enhanced 911 system and Bradford 473, 533, 485 who live in Bradford
does not, the telephone exchanges of County.
companies other than Centel, suchas Chapman estimate there are 7,000
Dogwood Sale... All-TEL, Southern Bell, and the telephones in Bradford County. 50
The Starke Woman's Club will be 1, LMwrMrIMU1.y, North Florida Telephone Company cents per phone per month will
'i'' won't have the enhanced 911 service generate $42,000 per year. The fee
what need this "
offering Saturday just to improve you the looks of j 4 ,, D"'y' t w.S + unless Bradford County gives the needs to be assessed as soon as (
vkt other counties the addresses. ALL. possible to build up funds to go
your Club lawn members or garden.will be selling y '' Tel, for instance, serves Alachua, enhanced 911, Chapman said. '
Fort White, Lake Butler, Raiford, To go enhanced 911 mea ns hiring a
Dogwood trees at five for $1
young this Saturday between 8:30: and 12 Brooker, High Springs, Melrose,and firm to give everybody in the countyan
Waldo. address. and purchasing a computer
front of theWoman's
p.m. on the Club Building.porch There are Bradford residents living system to give the location,
near Keystone Heights and once the addresses are known.
Theressa with 473- phone numbers, Bradford's current 911 system is
PRAISE Concert... living near Raiford with 431- not a true 911 system and is not ap

A singing group called PRAISE, numbers, at Brooker with 485- proved by the state Department of
comprised of young adults, in numbers, near the Union County line Communications, Chapman said.
strumentalists vocalists, whose .. with 496- numbers, and Melrose Clerk Gib Brown said Dept of Communications I
music appeals to all ages, will be in "" residents with 475numbers.. And officials were very em
concert Saturday, Jan. 10, at the > ",-": ,.",,,, Clay residents at Kingsley Lake will phatic about that, but probably are /
First United Methodist Church of have enhanced emergency service going along for the time because the
Starke.A from Clay Co., but unless Bradford county commission is pursuing an
youth concert is set at 3:30: goes enhanced 911 the Kingsley Lake enhanced system or because they
p.m. and an evening concert is seta residents will be without rescue ser figure the county is doing the best it

at 7 p.m. by the Tampa Bay group. ... f.. .I vice from Bradford"" County, the .can. .
The concerts are sponsored by the +.,.. .. -. nearest source. : Chairman Mosley asked, is it the
Men's Group of the FUMC. PraiseIs '- Director Chapman told commissioners general consensus that the commis
associated with the music the law requires that if any sion wants to assess the 50 cents per
ministry of St.James United What's Cooking on Call Street...? residents are supplied with 911 ser month charge? And, Chairman
Methodist Church, St.Petersburg. vice, then it must be available to all. Mosley got nothing but yesses, and a
Is tin- work one the Downlouu ltevilalation I'lojetlMarling : I'luus cull: for the eitinplelion of the project: h l y the end In other words Chapman said, if 5-0 vote to approve Commissioner
? Yep. that's right.Surveyor of Ot:prbrr. :Next; step I is for detailed tm..h'u.tiolllh'a"-: surrounding counties go to an Riddick's motion to impose the fee
Community Band... :; "ilt'It'll ha! been retained to luculrcarry ings to be made using the surveying!!: work being! dune enhanced 911 system, Bradford for 18 months as current law allows.
object slicking: up out of tile sidewalk unit! now. Construction is set to b'Iill"I( : }' I. County will be forced to. It will takea No effective date was set.
Rehearsal sessions start up again Mi'eels, and lias u Jan II deadline he's hustling to lot of work to go enhanced 911, and Director Chapman said he is look
Monday night, Jan. 12, for the caret 11'urking Wednesday morning, Jan. 7. on Kasl 'Ilie ufl-suv'el parking!!: portion of the downtown project could cost anywhere from $50,000 to ing for new state legislation to allow
Bradford-Union Community Band Cull in front of Williams Jewelry i is Welch's. crew: of will be dour first tu provide off-su'rrl parking $250,000, Chapman said. the 50 cents per month to be charged
directed by Jim Peronto. (1-1'1( : Ouane Searle on h'Ullhii? 11'\1, Hay 'fallerhuldinthr before the downtown parking is interrupted by construction Commissioner Joe Riddick, a perpetually.
Rehearsals go from 7:45: to 9:30: {( leiiker rod and I'at Welch is making notes. work.
p.m. in the music room at Bradford
Middle School. Fees are $15 per
semester. For more information,

call 9646150.the Vo-Tech Center, phone Visible Work Under Way on 2 Starke Grants I IThe

Upcoming... City of Starke will begin ex The grant; will provide funding for delegated to a sub-committee, but Downtown Revitalization is already this grant will complete planned
penditures of $1,150,000 in grant planting trees and shrubbery, in will be handled by the entire DPC under way.Housing. work in the Reno area, but plans are
The Board of Governors of the funds in the immediate future. stallation of old fashioned street membership. Architect Jim Robinson underway to seek funding for improvements
Bradford Chamber of Com lights, brick walkways at major Call who did the preliminary plann Grant... in the area west of
merce will meet at 12:15: p.m. today The funds arc contained in two Street intersections, underground ing, has also been retained to do The current housing rehabiltation US-301, behind Econo Lodge Motel.
(Thursday, Jan. 8) in the board grants of $575,000 each, the electrical lines, underground water detailed construction drawings andto grant designated for complete
room of the Starke Center of SFCC.A Downtown Revitalization Grant for systems for sprinkler heads, and off- overee the construction.The remodeling of 25 houses in the Reno Enterprise Zone...
workshop on financial procedures improving Call St., primarily and street parking areas. area, will get under way with While the Enterprise Zone is not a
is set at 7 p.m. tonight the Housing Rehabilitation Grant, DPC has approved a schedule repairs on two houses beginning grant, it is expected to generate ac
(Thursday, Jan. 8) by the Bradford confined to the Reno area of the city. Thp Downtown Progress Committee
for accomplishing the various sub- Monday, Jan. 5. At least two tivity in construction or renovationof
School Board in the school board Another project, the Starke Enter. DPC) has appointed sub.
projects within the! grant, with con families will be relocated during the new or existing businesses, or
meeting room in the Administra prise Zone, a tax incentive program, committees for three major projecus work
struction scheduled to be completeby time Is in progress on their residential property. The zone encompasses
tion Building on N. Temple Avenue rather than a grant, also begins with in the grant: Oct. 30, 1987. The schedule homes. most of the area inside
across from Bradford High School. the new year.Downtown. Shrubbery/Plants Committee: follows: The current$575,000 being spent in the city limits, excepting some of the
The Town Council of Brooker Grant... Charles Schaefer, Bob Ferguson, Master plan revisions, Jan. 16. the Reno area, is in addition to residential sections, where the
meets the second Tuesday, Jan. 13, Evelyn Chastain and Bernie McFad- 1887; Surveying, Jan. 16,1987; Civiidesign grants totaling $1.3 million dollars homes are generally above the
at 7:30: p.m. in city hall. Starke received the first grant in specifications, Feb. 27,1987; spent in prior years. Since 1979 im average in cost and condition
The Hampton city council meetsat the state, of this type and the Historic den.LightsBenches Committee: Gene Landscape architectural design provements have been made in Participating in the program can
7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 13, in city downtown will receive a face lift topping Matthews, Carolyn Autry and Bernie Mar. 20, 1987;. Electrical drainage of surface water, streets save substantial amounts for individuals
hall.The anything in its history. McFadden. design, specs.. Mar. 20, 1987; Project paved, sewer lines installed, city and businesses through I,i
regular monthly meeting of The downtown revitalization grant Off-Street Parking Committee: bidding, Apr. 10, 1987; Begin water made available and some tax incentives, including lower costs
the Bradford School Board is set at was awarded for the purpose of im R.A. (Buzzy) Green, Jerome Johns construction, May 1, 1987 and complete housing renovaltions, with grant for licenses, payroll assistance and
7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 19, in the Administration proving the downtown area, centering and John Miller. construction Oct. 30, 1987. funds. forgiveness of sales taxes on construction I
Building around Call and Walnut streets. Over-all design will not be Planning of Phase II of the Grant coordinator Linda Day said materials.
The third Tuesday meeting of
the City Commission of Starke is

for set city-Anger discussion at hall.7:30: in p.m.the at Tuesay Family a meeting,is Jan.the set 20 topic, in Zoning Okayed for SR-16E Jiffy Store in 4-1 Vote II I IA

Tuesday, Jan. 20, from 7-10 p.m. in residents who appeared at the coun- enterpise cannot be located on a major Joy Norman, Larry Spewing and I
the Southside Elementary commercial neighborhood (CN) sioner Maxie Carter Jr. voting commission meeting. artery in the county,where can it Barney Ruckdeschel. !: for
cafetorium. zoning classification for a convenience against the request of John Torode. ty be put County commissioners were the reclassifcation were John
Tricha A, Biggers, Ph.D., will store on the corner of SR-16 Carter lives in the district which Includes Main charge against the subscribing to that theory when ap Torode, Richard Torode, and Janet
lead the discussion. The program is east and Flume Road (NE 13th the area. reclassification is that is a classic proving the Torode request. Turner.
Jointly sponsored by the Bradford Street) was approved Monday, Jan. example of spot zoning. Residents The John Torode Family reduced
County Parenting Committee and 5, by the Bradford County Commis. In approving the reclassification, claim the county is turning the SR- their request from CI (intensive ,
the Bradford Community Educa sion.It the county commissioners took the 16E area into a commercial Residents opposing the commercial commercial\ to CN (neighborhood .
tion Program. .. ?t' bull by the horns. The Bradford Zon parcel by parcel. The proper way area to classification brought the same commercial, Under the CN
-A planning and land development puts another commercial parcelin Ins Board twice had a tied vote on change the area into a commercialarea arguments before the county com classification the Torodes must seeka
workshop on zoning procedures the predominately residential sec the Torode request. is to reclassify a large tract as mission as they did before the zoning special exception to install gas
is set from 7.10 p.m. Tues- tion or SR-16 east. The reclassification commercial, opponents board Dec. 30. Residents who raised pumps, and have already applied fora
day, Jan. 20, in the board room of came on a 4-1 vote by the county The commission's approval came say. their objections before the county hearing before the Starke Board of
the Starke Center of SFCC. commissioners, with only Commis- over the objections of some 15 Proponents ask, if a commercial commission were Dave Edmonds, Adjustment which meets Jan. 29.
Scott Koons director of local
government assistance for the

North Florida Regional Planning County Board Deadlocks 2nd Time II
Council, will be the instructor. The Zoning on Requestof
class is especially for city and -

county commissioners and zoning For the second time in 60 days, the two new appointees joined Spird !sion, and John Torode who attended Environmental Regulations, Torodes have owned the"property, l
board members. The public is in Bradford County Zoning Board has Drivas in voting against Torode's re the second, but not the first hearing. causing no additional pollution to and was told "since 1056.!
vited. It is hoped that a class will deadlocked on John Torode's re quest. Morris Starling reversed his Richard Torode presented the local residents. He reiterated the Drivas asked "Why have you not"
result from this meeting. Torode's for rezoning the have plans to operate developed the property earlier?
quest to rezone parcel on SR-16E former vote, and supported the re petition Torodes no
The Bradford County Zoning and Flume Road (NE 13th St.) from quest, joining with Mark Harden- parcel from RSF (residential\ CI mobile home sales or a used car lot. This question was asked by Drives!
Board is set to meet at 7 p.m. Tues residential to commercial for a con- brook and Robert Scott. (Commercial Intensive). Torode "The Torodes are in the gasoline in the October meeting, and received
day, Jan. 27, in the Starke city hall. venience store. Either Hardenbrpok, absent from stated the 4 acres alluded to In the business," said Torode. a similar answer: The Torodes
The Starke Zoning Board is set With 8 of its 7 members present, the October meeting, or Replogle petition was actually "just over 2.5 think traffic patterns have not been
to meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. the Zoning: Board voted 3-3 on the absent from the December meeting, acres"due to an error In plotting the Board member Phillips question. sufficient to support a convenience
29, in the Starke city hall. issue, again sending the problem to might have cast the tie breaking parcel. He reminded the board and ed Torode "Do you have plans for store in that location until this time.
The annual meeting and banquetof the board of county commissioners vote. Replogle voted in favor of visitors that commercial interests future development?" Torode In their opinion, it is time to developthe
the Starke-Bradford Chamber of without a recommendation. Zoning Torode's request In October. were located In the area In years answered there were no plans other property.
Commerce Is set for Jan. 31 in the board member"Rip" Replogle was past, and two business ventures are than the store. Beer and Wine...
National Guard Armory at Camp absent from the Dec. 30 meeting.The Tensions High... I located on the north side of SR-16E Phlllipe" asked, "Seven days a Torode admitted the proposed con
Blanding. Make reservations by as result of recent-zoning decisions. week? Yes, Torode replied.
zoning board had two vacancies offer beer and
The Dec. 30 meeting was a replay venience store will
24 hours day?
calling the Chamber, 964-5278, as Torode stated the proposed store Phillips asked
the of the October
at time of the October meeting, with essentially business wine for sale, in keeping with merJAN -
soon as possible. The number atten- will "$ year in taxes, Torode replied, whatever
meeting, which have since been filled the same cast, with the exception pay
ding definitely needs to be knownas with the appointment of D.J. of attorney Gene Shaw, who and will be opera within the rules dictates. the
asked how long
soon as possible. and regulations of the Department Hardenbrook
Phillips and Larry Paterson. The elected to by-pass the second sea-

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Behlt'ett: ChastizedIn

r"" Tree CuttingCouncilman
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.'f""I. Buster Bennett was car. There wasn't supposed- be
t_* chastened Monday night, Jan. 5, for anything bought."
ordering the cutting of 30 old oak A motion by Councilman Bright to
trees in Lawtey without consultingthe limit spending by Individual council
1 r rest of tho council. members, except $500 in emergencies -
I } Everything appeared to be routineas Future expenditures must; be
: A i city clerk Al Anderson read the approved in a regularly scheduled
r ,. minutes of prior meetings at the open council meeting, said Bright's
regularly scheduled Lawtey council motion, which passed 50.
) meeting Monday night, Jan. 5. Councilman Buster Bennett
1 Following the reading of the replied that the city had paid tree
D minutes, Mayor Robert Scott asked surgeons $100 per hour for cutting
for his usual motion to pay the bills. trees four years ago, and felt the city
Then trees got to be a hot issue for received a "good deal" in paying
about 30 minutes during which Councilman $3,400 to get some 30 trees cut. Ben-
Emmett Bright,usually non- nett said the money was in his
D f fit committal, stated that $3 400 had budget. Bennett is chairman of the
F-, ; id for the cutting of approximate Streets Committee for the city.
30 "historic" old oak trees, "It's true, it didn't come before
violating agreement among coun- the whole council," said Bennett
cil members that no funds exceeding Bright continued, "I feel we were
tCy q sn $500 be expended by any council misled. I don't know anything about I
member, unless approved in an open the trees. Why did we do it,when the
4 council meeting. council had agreed not to expend
said, the pea more than $500 without council ap- .
had some proval?"
Input in deciding to cut the trees. Bennett replied that the council
T'1 h Bright continued in his charges would approve the cutting of trees in
that the expenditure was an error, the future. "I'm not making that
by saying the council had discussedthe decision any more," said Bennett.
cutting of only 3 trees at a cost of Mayor Scott addressed the councilby I
':' $75 each, during the December 1986 saying "We all did some sloppy
... ___,___.... '. ',t....". .),""..--.1.\. .\. ,, _....,.;. -: meeting "It wasn't published, and business. We should have gotten
-A'_._ .v r' ....:.. __ the people should know of it. The together, and got a contract. Let's
not be pointing fingers, it was our
people should have some say, said
Another Brick Front Going Up on Call Street... Bright. fault. The agreement not to exceed

ikiiu> housing consegbions catering to the Bright asked Chief of Polic M.M. $500 expenditures is not in the
Wi> ii from Ike's Masonry of Keystone Heights lay brick to match cupied by temporarystructures
the SF'C Starke Center (the old 1902 courthouse) on two buildings on soldier trade that swarmed along Call Street. Permanent buildings, of Jordan if he needed anything in the minutes... it is not documented.The .
\\est Call Street owned by The Telegraph which this was one, were built later in the Camp Blanding period of the prior month that he was unable to discussion ran on for more
than 30 minutes before the council
The buildings are the former offices of attorney Terry Brown and the 1910s. obtain, and Jordan replied "I ,
couldn't get; a tire for my (police) moved on to other matters.
adjacent building, also purchased from attorney Brown, was formerly oc-
cuped Williams; Jewelry. Laying brick Wednesday morning in the photo above are (l-r) Marvin ---- ------
This site, just east of the old Starke Hotel, since demolished, was vacant O'Neal,Sid Terry Frankie Davis, and Ike Stephenson of Ike's Masonry of
until Camp Blanding days during World War II, when it was oc Keystone Heights. I Child Development CenterAre

you paying more than you can afford for child

I B.C. Development Corp. Selects DirectorThe I care??

Our fees are based on your income and family size.

Executive Committee of the on January 16, 1987, and will be tionwide Insurance, Bear Archery McKeown is a native of Florida, a Does your child care facility offer breakfast lunch
Bradford County Economic located in the Chamber of Com- and Anhauser-Busch to the graduate of U of F, with a BS in and a snack?
Development Corporation (EDC merce building. Gainesville area. He was also in- Business Administration. He also
has announced that Charles D. BCEDC was created earlier this strumental in the creation and holds an MS in Psychology from the Does your child care offer gymnastics programs?

McKeown, a certified industrial year as an outgrowth of the development of the Florida University of Miami and has completed Does your child care have a child development cur-
developer, has been selected as the Targeted Industries Committee of Research and Technology Campus. his course work for a PhD.
Corporation's first executive direc- the Chamber. Its purpose is to in- McKeown, a holder of a number of McKeown said, "The opportunityto riculum?
crease employment, business nationally recognized accomplishments join the Bradford County effort to
Does child have Free afterschool
tor.The committee consists of cor- business services and the generaleconomic is chairman of of provide a focused approach to your care
porate officers J.E. Tomlinson, health and well-being of the Board of Regents for Educa- economic development through the transportation?
president Mark Mullins, v. presi- the Bradford County area and to en- tional Programs for the American development of jobs is an exciting
dent and Richard Welty, secretary. sure its economic viability for present Economic Development Council, challenge. It's a chance to return to Does your child care have Free vision and hearing
treasurer. and future generations. and a member of that organization'sboard full time economic developmentduties screening?
of directors. McKeown is alsoa and I look forward to getting
"We are pleased and most for- McKeown brings almost 13 yearsof Certified Industrial Developer, one acquainted with the people of Bradford Does your child care have Free speech therapy?
have Chuch McKeown professional economic develop- of 12 in the State of Florida. and of
tunate to join County, becoming a part Does your child care have certified masters degree
our team and look forward to his ment experience to the position. Un- McKeown now serves as president this dedicated program."
leading the establishment and til recently, he has been executive of the Florida First Capital Finance educators?
operation of this dedicated effort to vice president' and director of Corporation, a small business administration McKeown said he was most im
Does child have ratio's of less than
with the care one
improve the economic developmentof economic development for the certified development pressed commitment your
Bradford County," Tomlinson Gainesville Chamber.. company organized by Gov. Bob demonstrated by the community, to ten? cwtiiicittoiiictiiHioiotiiWe .
In that position he was directly In- Graham in 1983, to give financialnaaistanpo and that he sees a bright future for
said.McKeown will assume the office volved in the attraction of IBM Na- ; In mall bnainaaavaREWARD Bradford County do. Please call 964-6794 for applications
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Family Communication %
.. Lro Dyal of Lawtey is offering a % ;
reward for information leading to ,
Tricha A. Biggers, Ph. D., will Dr. Biggers, areFrustrationinability: .
the of items stolen from
to whatwe recovery
discuss communication within the get '
family at the Southside Elementary want. his home on Saturday, Dec. 27.
School Cafetorium on Tuesday, Jan. *Insults to our sense of self-worth. A microwave oven color televi
20, from 7 to 9 o'clock. *Powerlessness. We feel "pushed sion. Remington automatic '
"Anger is a common and natural around" or can't control the shotgun, 280 ((7mm) rifle with
among family members," behavior of other people.
response scope and a small amount of cash
Dr. Biggers says. "People who have *Our expectations have not been stolen.
close personal relationships DO get met.Refreshments were
angry with each other from time to will be served, and Contact Dyal at 782-3538 or
timebut anger can be productive; during the second half of the write P.O. Box 720, Lawtey, Fl.DON'S .
it does not have to be violent, aggressive meeting there will be time for ques-
or even destructive of self- tions and answers. This program is
esteem," Dr. Biggers advises. "In jointly sponsored by the Bradford r r-ttt.x -
order to use anger productively it is County Parenting Committee and t ,
important to understand the basis of Bradford Community Education.
anger." There is no admission charge, and I, I Ii
Among; the causes, according to the public is invited to attend. I

Refrigeration I Ij ."

Zoning Boardfrom j Air Conditioning \

( page 1A) assembled group that there is no [ Service & Repair] .
chandise offered by conveniencestores assurance the Torodes will continueto ,
in general.The own the property, and someone i | .'on,"
question surfaced about the else may not have the best interestsof /"
1 ,,,.-"pH
likelihood of selling "liquor" at the the county In operating the 782-3929 I i >H 4.,i Madilene Miller-Pineda
site. Torode said it would take a business at some future time. ii Area Director
special license. Zoning Director 4
Darrell O'Neal advised that the sale Although there were 20 persons in Go for ill, Keep that promise you made to yourself But you'll get the maximum benefit from Weight
of liquor would require another the group opposing the request, only to change the shape you're in this year. You know Watchers when you participate in our total program '
hearing before the zoning board, three or four spoke to the issue. I COMMERCIAL II Weight Watchers is the best way to got Its faster, including exercise, our food plan and the

with a request for a special excep- & DOMESTICIce its healthier and the price is right. So do it for group support that you get at all of our meetings.
tion.Adjacent owner Edna yourself and for all those who really care about So come on..come to where the action is this

Trainor told property the group that she is in Til iaADraiaCOtoOITY Machines \ how you look and feel. year. Come to Weight Watchers!

process of selling (land) to a church. TXLHUPM \ Auto & Home AC It's easier: it's faster to To help you start the year out right, we have thisspecial
She asked, "How is that going to affect lose .th' offer for a limited time, that can make losing -
us?" Torode replied that "We Published every Thursdayat 24 Hour Service I weight Weight Watchers: weight easier than you ever thought possible!
are not going to sell liquor. Beer and 135 W, Call Street I new, improved
wine is not liquor." Trainor said Starke. Florida 32091 I Quick Start Plus
"You know better than that..." I program.
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Mosley is New Board ChairmanThe

younger generation took over Wilbur Waters, 38, to head the Road Norman and former Road Depart-
Monday, Jan. 5, when second term Department. Waters was also ment head veteran CommissionerMaxie
District 1 County Commissioner elected to the Vice-chairman posi- (Boss Hog) Carter.
Lawrence Mosley 38, was elected Commissioner Carter was ap-
chairman tion.Stepping down from the two top pointed to Fire and Rescue Recreation -

Chairman Mosley then appointed positions in the county governmentare Civil Defense, Safety, and '
lirst term District 5 Commissioner former Chairman E.L. (Nook) Finance. e1 ,

Commissioner Norman was placed .4,..__ ......., __ .. ;,,i i' ell _
in charge of health
health, the courthouse, and library. # y.. ......, '..._...._.-.s. ,+ -
New Commissioner Joe Riddickwas
placed in charge of Mosquito
Control, Zoning, and Garbage. Commissioner -
F Riddick, a retired
I telephone company employee, now
employed by a communicationsfirm
,was also named to head a new .". -
ly created Communications post.
f* And, Chairman Mosley announced,
LLL no billy! for communications repairsare
to be paid without Commissioner

i Riddick's approval.The .
commissioners also agreedfor ;/ / ,
Commissioner Riddick to investigate t

installing a separate phone 4
system for each courthouse depart
, ment and having each department
budget for communications. The
Tt t
board feels it cannot get a handle on
telephone expenses as long as the
commission pays the bill. If each

I- department had to pay for its own .-- ..
calls heads and
t'o' employees might be more consciousof E.W, Hodges Honored by Planning Council... I

fl a I how much the phone calls cost, Former County Commissioner 1-:.\V llml.(cs is congratulated nutiircd ribbing from his! former board member mates
I think.
commissioner by Commission Chairman LawrenceMosley about all the praise
All current department for Hodges( being honored by his service on the Hudges/ at loft, receives he NFKHC plaque from
were reappointed by the commissioner North Florida Hpj.iollall'olllldl.( The letter and plaque 'hairman Moslov. In rear
....---1 __.___ ..!!I'i- J including zoning director from NFKPC; staled he ('''11111'11'' ** appreciation of Wilbur Waters, joe Riilduk, Marie Carter, Jr.. and
-- Darrell O'Neal attorney Reggie he ( K.I.. (SuukOI'mllll:'; .
Commissioner Takes Hodges': leadership on NFKPC. limits had been a
Mosley Charge...
Flynn, Road Department member of he planning council since 1U73! : anil is. a ;\ew ciimmissiom-r' Joe Riddick is the boards new
('ontmiviiiiiM'i' ...l'I'IIl'I'I.: sli\v. was elected chairman of the Bradford superintendent J.B. Crawford, fire past chairman of the planning council. representative on tinN'KKHC:'; and is a member of the
I I County t'linimission, in his rcor (uni/utiiin hi..n1"lIcllI: \. \bOVI', :\IOhI4'\ and rescue service director Cliff Tin former comity commissioner, w ho dl'pp.'cldown council's board of directors..
custodian Herbert
rcci-i\cs the 1-:11\1'1: Iriini IIHIll'hllil'lIlIIlI! 1C.I.: i.\in; >k) :Nar nan. Norman.Chapman after 12 years on lie commission, took a lot nf. good(

Big moShrimp ,

I Worth NotingChamber .

Itanquet... Land Grants... quarters in Live Oak Florida.
Preceding the board meeting are
The annual meeting and banquet Bill Alderman of Bradford County the following committee meetings:
of the Starke-Bradford County Title & Abstract Co. Is scheduledto 10:00: a.m.-Building Committee
Chamber ol Commerce is set Saturday present a program on early land
Jan. 31, in the Florida National rants in Bradford County at the 10:30: a.m.-Land Acquisition Committee Dinner
I Guard Armory at Camp 1I1 lol'll'al Society meeting at 7:30: ., '

Blanding. p.m next Thursday, Jan. 15, in
A !social will begin at 7 p.m. iithc SFCC(: Starke Center; con- Committee 11:30: a.m.-Save Our Rivers Policy Tfen delicious, hand-breaded fried shrimp,
followed by dinner at 7:30.: A pro- lert'iiee! room. Public invited
served with natural-cut french fries
gram will I lollow the banquet.The 12:00: Noon-Policy Committee $3.69 our ,
Play Audition... : fresh cole slaw, Southern-style hush
Bradford Repertory Arts There may also be a public hear- puppies and cocktail sauce.
Theater Group w ill provide enter Auditions for the hit Broadway ing on land acquisition and
tainment. musical "Carousel" are set at 7:30: regulatory matters at 1:30: p.m For
p.m. tonight (Thursday, Jan. 8)) in further information contact Carolyn SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY ALL DAY MONDAY & TUESDAY

Tickets are $15 and can be obtained the choral room at Bradford High Mobley at 3621001. All-You-Can-Eat Country-Style Fish Dinner Two Bite-Size Shrimp Dinners
by calling the Chamber of- School by the Bradlord RepertoryArts
lice, jt>4-r 278. The Chamber of I ice Theatre. Mens League Hoops.... Dinner includes: Country-style fish Each dinner includes a large serving
definitely 111'1'10\ know as soon as Sinners, actors, dancers and fillets, french fries, cole slaw, hush of bite-size fried shrimp with
The Starke Men's Basketball
possible how many people will at- backstage help are needed, including League continues their schedule; of puppies and tartar sauce.Offer Good $3 79 sauce, french fries,cole slaw cocktail
tend. ('ill and ticketsnow. all and with .
reserve your' types ages, action Saturday night with a lull ForD'nmgRoomServiceOnly. two hush puppies.Captain.
for several
parts children slate of games beginning at 7-30

The Chamber p.m at the RJE school gym.
is accept lugmommaluat4uc.Cttirentd.Uw SKVVIVin Meeting
: ..ear. -- The Bradlord County Stars takeon D'sA
and llum.initanan of the Year The Governing Board of the Ormond Beach in the opener 6
Anyone fun imikt nominations! bur Suwannee River Water Management lollowed by the Bradlord County
District will hold its monthly Warriors taking on Green Cove
either award Nominations; shouldbe
sent to the Chamber. I I' O. Box meeting on Thursday, January IS, Springs in the second game great little seafood place.fIS
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Bradford Hospital Corp. Created by Act of 1951 LegislatureWith

the new multi-million dollar Bradford County Hospital virtually Mr. Burns explained that $355,000 was The Board meanwhile had been seeking revenue certificates before they could be
and only a rough estimate and that the cost of for several months a suitable site. We
complete it is read the sold.The
awaiting final
inspection interesting to following the hospital might be more or less and thatit finally selected and purchased for $8,000 Board then informed Governor

memorandum, dated November 9, 1953. relating the formation of the was the Board's responsibility to determine approximately four and one half acres on Johns of our difficulty, who requested the

Bradford County Hospital Corporation by Special Act of the 1951 Florida the number of beds needed. the Blanding Highway from the Powell Attorney for the Improvement Commission

Legislature; and the subsequent efforts to finance the building of a 30 bed Under the Hill-Burton Act the Federal Estate. The architects were instructed to Mr.Turner Butler, of Jacksonville, to

hospital an estimated cost of$355,000. Government takes no part and assumes no begin their Schematic drawings. These assist us in every way possible. The Board
responsibility for the operation of the were forwarded to the State Improvement met with Mr. Butler who advised that in

wee hospital. It was explained, however, that Commission on August 28th, and it Is expected his opinion the certificates could not be
that final approval of the sold unless a free holders election was
the hospital must remain a' non-profit
MEMORANDUM, BRADFORD COUNTY held. Mr. Butler advised us to arrange
organization for 20 years and that we Schematic drawings will be received
HOSPITAlCORPORATION would be prohibited from mortgaging the momentarily.In with the County Commissioners for suchan

The Bradford County Hospital Corporation was $80,000 annually. The Corporation is authorized to property during! that period The Improve- election and that the Improvement
Commission would be to assist and
glad us
Act of the Legislature that track
created by a Special 1951 issue revenue certificates pledging race
handle the sale of the certificatesif
the of the votersof revenue
which act was subject to approval money. PVR
Bradford County. In the general election of 1952 On January 15, the Board met with Mr. Arthur G. UNt HOI i the election was favorable.
the citizens of the County indicated their over- Burns, in charge of the Hospital Division of the The Board met on November 2, with the

whelming approval of the Act with approximately State Improvement Commission, who advised that Board of County Commissioners who
90 percent voting in favor of It. the hospital was eligible to receive financial aid unanimously agreed to call the election
The CorporAtion was empowered by the Act to from the Federal Government under the Hill- with the date to be set up by us.

construct and operate, for the benefit of the inhabitants Burton Act which, In the State of Florida, is administered .f. Financial Summary
of Bradford County,a public hospital to be ,: by the State Improvement Commission. Receipt*,IWU I 32,,000 00
Receipta,1933\ M2 BOO 00
known as Bradford County Hospital. The hospital is
governed by a board of five trustees. The original Mr. Burns advised that the Improvement Com- S 74,110O 00

trustees, who were appointed by Governor Fuller mission had given a priority to Bradford County and Maximum our share needed 117290000
Warren in December 1952, are Charles Hardy, that we were eligible for a 65 percent grant, the for construction'
Hewlett S Anderson. Louise H. Kite, Cecil R. highest given by the Federal Government. The -I I.SO'- ReserveforcontlngenclM 3000000
Whitehead and Claude L. May. At the organization State Improvement Commission estimated that Reserve for operation'Intyr. M80000

meeting of the Board on January 7th, Charles Har- Bradford County should have a thirty bed hospitalat Total Required 122900000
dy was elected Chairman and Louise H. Kite an estimated cost of $355,000. Of that cost the ment Commission and the Public Health the early part of the year the Board

Secretary and Treasurer. Federal Government would grant us $227,500, and it Service would require that the plans for began to make arrangements for the sale On Estimated hand now receipt,19M! $6400000 40ndOOO 110400000)

The hospital is financed by that portion of the race would be necessary for us to raise the balance need- the hospital meet certain minimum of the revenue certificates. The firm of Balance needed '128.ooo.00

track funds allocated to the County in excess of ed or a minimum of $127,500 specifications and be submitted to them Plerce-Carrison Company of Jacksonville, In connection with the above financial
for in of the Bond
their various
approval stages Brokers, was approached. They ad-
the Board feels that maximumof
drawings.The vised that, while the revenue certificates summary
allocation of the Federal grant were not backed up by a freeholders elec- $125,000 will be required. It is felt that

money has been set up for 2 years. In the tion which would provide authority to the amount required might possibly be
etJTORlALSReagan ) fiscal year 1953-54, the amount of $127,600is make a tax levy in the event that the race considerably less for our estimated costs

allocated; the fiscal year 1954-55, track funds should be insufficient or that are probably high and our estimated
$100,000. It is necessary for us to show the race track funds should be taken away receipts low. There is a possibility that the
CI definite evidence that the money is on from the Counties by some future act of the allocation now set up by the State Improvement -

hand or available as needed, before July 1, legislature, they nevertheless felt that the Commission may be Increased.
1954, to obtain the first allocation of revenue certificates could be sold. The estimated receipts for the year 1954
are 40000. It is possible that the receiptsfor
$100,000.In The Pierce-Carrison
Budget Long on Arms January the Board employed the firm gested that the Special Act Company of the sug-1951 1954 might be as much as$60,000 depen-
ding upon whether or not we receive the in-
of Goin and Moore of Gainesville as architects legislature creating the Bradford County
L. Patten crease from the dog track levy as enactedby
George was appointed Hospital Corporation be amended to
attorney for the Board. Mr Patten later strengthen certain sections and provide the 1953 Legislature. The constitu-
Short Human NeedsDespite of this Act has been
on tionality questionedand
resigned and Mr. Mack Futch was ap more security for the revenue certificates.. is before the Court.
now Supreme
pointed attorney. The Board employed the attorneys for the
feels will
The Board that
The Board early felt the need of expert Pierce-Carrison Company to draw up the ample money
be the track funds and in
President Reagan's penchantfor world and hundreds of other money advice to determine the number of beds amended Act which was subsequently fact provided that by will race have than
we actually more
which would be for and the passed by the 1953 At that time
sugarcoating unsavory topics with leaks for services that could be provided will be required to construct and operate
general planning of the hospital. As a first the Pierce-Carrison advised the
nice-sounding labels like "revenue eliminated and never missed. Company the hospital. When it is determined what
step in this direction the Board arrangedfor Board that when we had reached a deci-
enhancement" for the dirty word Instead Mr. Reagan attacks such a survey of the needs of the County by sion as to how much money we would require our obligations will, be and how much

"taxes" and "peacekeeper" for the MX things as farm which he John and Julia Saunders, graduate to so inform them and they would money will be required to operate the
programs says the Board will be to
hospital, willing
students at the University of Florida, who draw a proposal for the issue, bearing
misslethe fact remains that a tax is a don't work and must be changed. But he up cooperate with the County Commissionersin
conducted the under the interest rates and terms which
they con-
tax is a tax and by other name will survey the amended to the
Act to return
any proposes no changes except cutting off sion of Dr. J. M. Mac Lachlan Director of sidered most suitable. having
hit the pocketbook just as hard. funding while more and more farmersare the Medical Center Study, and Dr T. Lynn County that excess money.In .
After the completion of the Schematic the event that the freeholders in the
Despite submitting the first trillion forced into bankruptcy.He Smith the, head of the Sociology Departmentof drawings by the architects it was election should not grant their approval,

dollar-plus budget in America's history proposes slashing education aid by conducting University the of Florida.In .Mr and Mrs. estimated that the cost of the hospital the Board will of necessity have no alter
while still his survey would be approximately $400,000. Con native but to wait for number of
avowing oft-repeated "opposition" 25 percent over the next five years Saunders obtained extensive population, a years
sidering our present cash on hand and an- until sufficient funds have been
to raising taxes the fact remains while allowing defense spending to illness, and mortality statistics by age, sex accumulated -
grow ticipated income from the race track to proceed with the project,
that the Reagan budget, if by $20 billion a year. and color groups, and discussed the needsof money in 1954, the Board determined it However, it should be understood that the
adopted calls for billions of dollars in the hospital with the local physiciansand
would be necessary to sell a maximum of Improvement Commission can give us no
tax increases. Calling a tax a "user fee" Mr. Reagan's budget proposes cuts in other citizens. $125,000 in revenue certificates. We so ad- assurance that those funds now allocatedto
of the the Board
Medicare that would raise the premiumfor Upon completion survey vised the Pierce-Carrison Company and under the Hill-Burton
does not make it any less odious in spiteof met with those who had conducted the us Act be
new supplemental insurance several days later, to our surprise and available to us from this source in the
Mr. acknowledged
Reagan's Dr. Edward
exper- survey physician were informed that they future. We cannot of
beneficiaries from 25 of disappointment anticipate, course,
program and of Jacksonville Mr. H, R
tise at doublespeak.As surgeon would be
unable to the the
purchase certificates what Congress may provide for these
costs to 35 Willers
percent- jump that is of the Tallahassee
because they were not backed in the future.
might be expected, Congress appears up purposes
estimated Hospital. Mr. G. Carter
to increase the premium
by the freeholders election and offered in- We fully realize the need of the schools
unlikely to accept the priorities from $214 this year to $308 in 1988. It Assistant Administrator of the St Lukes sufficient security and of the County for additional income,

("sacred cows") that Mr. Reagan has would also delay the eligibility for Hospital in Jacksonville local physicians, and we feel that we shall be able to help in

once again set forthhigher military Medicare until the month after the and our architects. These men made The Board then approached the Xirm,of .ibis-respect; ,by turning tack to the.county
spending apd increases in foreign i aid per- numerous valuable recommendations to Leedy, Wheeler, and Alleman in Orlando, excess funds not required atL a much
accompanied by cuts in domestic son turns 65 instead of enrolling senior'citizens the Board, one of them being that the size Bond Brokers, who also advised of thai earlier.date if the freeholders should grant
education medicaid programs and on the first day of the month in of the hospital should be about 25 beds. need to provide additional security for the their approval to the project.

which they turn 65, costing them a loss
and farm
medicare housing programs of $2 billion
over a five-year

programs. period.At County Agent's Notebook .--- ey Bobby Taylor
Florida's Senator Lawton Chiles, now
the time Mr.
serving as chairman of the Senate Reagan proposes
major increases for NASA (the
budget committee has expressed hope National Remembering the severe freezes the
Aeronautics and Space Ad- Preparing for Freezesan to the tops of your plants. This top injury
for "compromise rather than confrontation" last three years, we know we will again
ministration) raising its allocation from results from the mulch keeping ground
face the of
in dealing with the President on gloomy prospects
$7.9 billion to $9.5 billion. This while and fuel plummeting costs. And ordinary light bulb, under a sheet, heat in the ground away from leaves and
soaring ,
budgetary matters. Chiles has sug- NASA is still around that temperatures for plastic, or some similar covering branches. So, if a brief, overnight freeze is
floundering after s just Garden hobbyistsmust
gested a Summit meeting with Mr. its setback also anticipate the increasing hazardof Even if you don't use a light bulb or other forecast, you might want to pull the mulch
apparently heat source, can reduce the amount of back from
Reagan and Congressional represen- cold damage to their tender your plants. But,longer periodsof
no goals or firm direction set for its role ornamen cold injury your plants will suffer by cold weather
tatives to work out compromises in a tals. It's a perennial, but not necessarily very are a different mat-
non-confrontational but in the future.In disastrous problem if to covering them. Coverings will help keep ter. If you expect it to get so cold that the
atmosphere so you're prepared
plants from cooking off as fast as they tops of the plants be killed
far the White House has indicated interest an obvious effort to ward off take protective action whenever frost or may regardlessof
no congressional freeze issued. would otherwise. And, if the coverings what you do leave the mulch in place. It
in such a strategy. critics who call him You warnings have are heard about reach the ground, they can help make bet may hold enough ground heat to keep the
many waysto
'heartless", Mr Reagan proposes to increase protect ornamentals from cold. Of ter use of ground heat. Surprising as it plants roots from being frozen. A plant

Reagan's $1.024 trillion budget for funding in at least two domestic course, commercial J producers; of land- may seem, covering a plant also helps pre- may come back from considerable cold
vent cold damage by providing shade dur- damage to foliage and branches. if the
fiscal 1987an increase of 0.9 percentover areas- proposed job training scape plants use heating more than any But,
program ing the day. If a plant has frozen, it will roots are frozen, lose the entire
estimated spending for this year is and what he calls "initiatives' to help other method. However, heating can present thaw out more slowly if it's under shade. plant. you may

likely to spark a lively debate in Con- the homeless, although his most signifi- trying some"protect problems large for plants garden growing hobbyists in This results in less serious cold injury. To briefly review these cold protection

about what type of revenue cant move in that area is to allow con- the open. Still, wherever practical, the However, in spite of these benefits, suggestions, remember that the most
'enhancement" should be enacted to tinued funding for an emergency best way to protect home plantings from covering a plant without additional heat is widely used method is plain old heat.

meet requirements of the Graham- that he tried program freezing temperatures is to heat them with primarily a method of providing protec- Cover plants with protective coverings and
previously to kill.
tion against frost, rather than hard heat with ordinary light bulbs. Obviously,
Rudman budget reduction bill. As Small reparations indeed, for the cuts freezes. Also, be sure you remove the you can't cover and heat your whole land-

usual when faced with the necessity of he proposes in other domestic areas. 116. Letters coverings when the weather warms up scape. But, this is usually a practical way
cutting expenses, Mr. Reagan immediately even if it's only for a day or two. Other- to protect your most cold-vulnerable

turns to domestic and social Mr. Reagan says that his budget ;_ wise, your plants may suffer burning.The plants. And, remember that mulch is good

with no thought of meets the requirements of Graham- for protecting plant roots during periods of
programs of mulch Is cold
use one
protection cold
Rudman deficit-reduction weather. But for an overnight cold
eliminating the obscene waste and over- although measure which causes a lot of confusion. If
Starke Firemen snap of just a few hours, it might be better
others are skeptical. "I I
charging eminating from the Pentagonand my Commended for Action the temperature drops below freezing for to pull the mulch back from the plants, so
part of the bargain and I ask just a few hours of mulch
other branches of the military; the Congress a good layer that radiated ground heat can protect the
mushroom growth in bureaucratic staf- to do the same/' the President says.It Editor, Telegraph: often will lead to increased cold damgage foliage.

fing (such as the doubling or tripling of remains to be seen if he will accept Fire This is a note to commend the Starke would
Department. Specifically, we
National Security Council staff during Senator Chiles' challenge and meet con- like to recognize Nelson Green and Rex

his administration) ; expensive "perks" gress halfway in discussions and com- Siemer for immediately responding to our Forestry in Bradford CountyBy

such as unnecessary junkets by Con- promises that could solve the budget call regarding a diesel fuel spill that took -
aides all of the place at a construction site near our home.
gressional to parts stalemate. David W.Norton share funds for tree planting next winter.
The two firemen traced the spill to its
source and immediately notified the proper Bradford County ForesterHere's Sign-up is available until January 15.
I Under this
the federal
authorities.We program govern-
ment will share with you up to 50% all of
I would like to thank our fire depart- hoping your Christmas holidaywas your costs I scessary for successful tree
Beat the Deadline -- January 15 ment for quick action with respect to a great and the prospects for your new planting. Th s program is available to
year are just as good.
potentially dangerous situation. anyone planting 20 or more acres and is

Van&Becky Dubolsky With the coming new year, we especially helpful to those interested in
sometimes find ourselves thinking about planting old. clearcuts or poorly stocked
resolutions; I wonder what I am not going areas.

Bradford Countians to do this year? It is always strange that Well here's wishing the of

Should Be Grateful, someone like myself who considers NewYear's New Years. Remember you to make happiest all new

Jax Reader Says resolutions bunk, that I come up years to come nappy-invest in timber-
with resolution before New
a Year's ever
planted pines I 111 I
Dear Sir
: pay
gets here. My New Year's resolution this

I would like for the people of Bradford year is that I'm not going to encourage

County to take a look back on life and see anyone to plant anymore trees (that will
how much they have to be thankful for. be an easy one to break). i

The good men who have been a part of the landowners who have :
Any planted Call-in
county, and helped make it what it is to- trees last winter under may federal assistanceand Program... i

day.I had a survival problem because of the A morning call-in service to

will name a few, and I realize I have drought-GOOU NEWS. If you are in this assist senior citizens who are alone I
left a lot out: situation the federal government will provide is offered by the Starke Police
/ you additional assistance to replant Department, according to Chief !
YI irM Congressman Lex Green, Judge E.K.
Jimmy Bowen.
where a failure may have resulted due to
Perryman, Judge George Patten, Judge drought. If think To become involved in the
Check should be made payable to: SFCC Endowment Corporation, I Theron Yawn, Sheriff P.D. Reddish, BUS please contact you either myself you may or Warren qualify gram, a citizen is asked to register pro- I

Starke Center Starke, Florida 3201 (964-5382) Principal Foster Shi Smith, teacher Ruby Carver with ASCS. with the Police Department then

Mae Perkins, Doctors Middleton, Adams call in before 10 a.m, each day.
VMI I went M"II NO A BOOK TO COUCOfNam. Barry, and Ritch, Senator and Governor Believe this or not our nursery still has After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will I
Charley E. Johns pine seedlings available to order should
.___. _._ _.. check on those citizens who have
? __ ._ you be a late starter. Because of this there
----- not called If
These are a few that come to mind but I there U no answer,
Addr.u.aeNNumMrw.__. __ .._ _____ know there are a lot more. Is still money available through the free a police officer will visit thrt

/ ____.._ _.. seedling program if you ,can plant five residence.
AmountofclMCkencloeed$.,. _____PIMM Mil me
Stop and think what a good county acres or more into pine trees.
AN.a.d.dic.t.Eooalo '. .__. .._ ___._ __.___.._.___.._ have, and be grateful for It. you i that Chief Bowen reminds the public
..,. __.. Please do not forget to stop by and see the service la available.
orlflffWfmHyol _......._ .__ ___... _
-:- .. Erie Leslie Phillips Warren Carver at the ASCS office In the I
Jacksonville Agriculture building and request cost-
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January 8. 19117 TKLKKKAPII P.u

Children Surprise Parents

Social Side Club News With 35th Anniversary PartyJoe + r

of theNews NoficvsChurch and Mary Gissy were honored childhood, wedding and life

l\ Items recently when they were treated to a together. The slide presentation was

surprise 35th wedding anniversaryparty prepared and narrated by their son

*, held at the American Legion Michael and accompanied by the
4 : J WeddincsRereptlons Hall on Edwards Road Dec. 7, 1986 music of John Denver..
from 2:00: to 4:00: p.m.

rl (
; w Parties The party was a result of plenty of The American Legion Hall was

work on the part of friends of the decorated with white helium filled

couple and the couple's seven balloons with tables covered with

Karen Johnson of white lace cloths. Yellow rose floral
Gainesville Michael and Jimmy of arrangements graced the refresh

ATTENTION READERS? ... Orlando, Cindy Merrilees of Mid- ment table, the entryway and the tap

Do you have any social newt such as engagements' births, church dleburg, Denise of Gainesville, Tim- of the cake a gift to Joe and Mary

news, club news bring it in neatly written or typed to The Telegraph office before 5 p.m. Ocala. resident.

'fuP8d(,)'. Weddings / be In by S p.m. Monday. PlcureH00( / All "
social mews li published 'without cost. Approximately 150 friends and arrri
the 20
Highlighting party was a
family joined in celebrating with the
minute presentation comprisedof couple at their celebra-
pictures from Joe and Mary's tion. anniversary

Legal Notices

Lunch Bunch. \\j\I. t. \\i\\\ .,> '
... {Ji -,,, ,,_ ...'}>; d .>i\I.t.." ,., .. .__, ." ..f.-" ". .. .." I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH The Lunch Bunch is planning to
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA REGISTER i"K'. Karen Johnson Denise Gisny' and Cindy Merrilees. Back
REGISTER January 9 at 12:00: noon at the ,
CASE NO.t i-4M-CA FIC I IITIOUS NAME FICTITIOUS NAME First Presbyterian Church of row, Timmy, Joe & Mary, Michael and Jimmy,
IN REt Th. Marriage of Puriuon to Section MS.09, Florida
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Slit.rke.
Statute, notice Is hereby given that the
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, Mao I. I... Shou-Chlng
and undersigned, Llmmle L. Mosey A Daniel Irlckcl, BOO N. Tempi Av.., Stark, Hilites
Harrison Foley, Rt. 4, Box 123 Stark., Fla., |joint owners, doing business under Hampton _
Fla., 32091, |joint owners, doing businessunder the firm name of Less Restaurant fOO
Wile the firm name of The Slab, Rt. 4,
N. Temple Ave., Stark. Fla., Intends toregister
; Box 655, Stark., Fla., 32091 Intends to
sold fictitious under the Holiday Travelers...
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE NO PROPERTYTOt register sold fictitious name under the name Mr. & Mrs. Micahel Brunetti flewto was lovely) at Christmas time with
JERRY BATESRESIDENCE aforesaid statute. aforesaid statute.Dated Mr. & Mrs. Bill (Lacy) Young Cheyenne, Wyoming over the lighted displays of the Nativity
of If 17
trill 6 day January A.D.
UNKNOWNYOU Dated this 23 day of December A.D. spent the Christmas week visiting Holidays. They spent one week scene, Santa and reindeer on the
ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Bradford In Bradford County relatives and friends In Raleigh and Christmas
1986 in County. 1/> visiting their son and family Chf- housetop, trees and other
dissolution of marriage has been ..1I.dagaln.t III 41chg 1/22 Kmghtdale, N.C. lorr!, April and fourteen month old Holiday themes. Mrs. Mattheus

serve a copy you of and your you written are required d..n....to If ------------ ------ Mrs. Viola Lefebvre accompaniedher Chflord Philip. Clifford is serving in again played the Christmas records

any, to It on Eug.n. F. Shaw Wife's attorney NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO OF AUCTION grandson Michael Fitzpatrick, the Air Force in Warren, Wyoming which were amplified by speakersfor
who. address Is 25-i North REGISTER NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday to Pensacola at Christmas time. She Mr. & Mrs Joe Riddick visited the entertainment of passers by.

Temple. Av.nu., Stark., Florida 32091 FICTITIOUS NAME January 19. 1987, at 10:00: o'clock is spending some time there visiting their son, D.J., during the Holidays Her son-in-law, Bob Langford, carried

on or before February 12, 1917 and file Pursuant to Section 15.09. Florida a.m. the undersigned Gator her daughter and family, Mr. & Mrs. aboard the Navy ship, USS DetrOit. on his grandfather's tradition of
the original with the clerk of this court Freightwayt, Inc., will sell at public auc Ed Fitzpatrick.Mr. decorating their home and yard witha
Statutes, notice Is that the their
hereby They were accompanied
given by son
either before service on WI'.'. attorney lion for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville variety of Christmas scenes.
undersigned J.E. Hardy Auto Sol.., & Mrs. Paul held and family Danny Sheryl and two
Meng family
or Immediately thereafter) oth.rwl. a Fla, on. lot of stereo comp racks, Mr. & Mrs. Joe Kiddick again
Inc.. 1320 N. Temple Ave.. Stark. Fla.. Nelson Primus, reunions over the Holidays. All of month old Cla.ton. They also visited
default will be entered against you for speakers, consigned to presented one of the loveliest
the relief demanded In the petition. sole owners, doing business under the Viaml Fla, one lot of 7 cartons If their children except John Karen their former neighbor, Michael Christmas displays in the area.
DATED on this 6 January 1VB7.CILCERTS. firm name of E-Z Wheels, 1320 N. Temple radios, consigned to Consumer's and Stephanie gathered to celebrate Mowry, and family who is with the Their life size lighted Nativity scene
Ave., Starke Fla. Intends
BROWN said fictitious under thoafor..ald toregister Warehouse, Jacksonville, Fla.; one lot of birthdays, anniversaries and the Air Force in Hampton, VA. was beautiful as was the Christmas
A. Clerk of the Court statute.Dated name fans elect Mh/vnt consigned to Holidays.Mrs. sville.D.J. led Hobb- star Santa and other Holiday
BVi Beulah Moody Causeway Lumber Co, Ft. Lauderdale,
this 22nd day of December, Louise Mattheus traveled at decorations.
A. D.puty Clerk1l4tchg129 Fla.; one lot of air conditioner unit consigned reunion at the home of Joe's brother,
A.D., 1986 In Bradford
County. to Lennox Industries, Orlando, Christmas time with her daughterand Wiley Kiddick Joining them there Bass ClubMembers
12/25 4tchg 1/15 Fla., to satisfy freight and storage son-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. Marcus were Joe and liuth's daughter and
charges, under the provisions of Section Lanier of West Palm Beach to son-in-laws Cassie and Dan Wanted
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Charleston, S.C. There they enjoyedthe
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER Pro. 782913 dtd 11/3/86 Heritage U.S.A. celebration. Levasseurot Charlotte, NC. They all Interested in joining a bass club
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME had a great time visiting and The Gatorland Bassmasters are
FICTITIOUS NAME 14-783118DTD 11586Pro. This included the Christmas City
Pursuant to S.ctlon laS.09, Florida reminiscing taking in new members at this time
Pursuant to Section 65.09, Florida dtd
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the that thound.r.lgn" 03.939736 11686Pro. display and the lighted boat parade. lor the upcoming 1987 year. This Is
Statutes, notice Is hereby given 02.750520 dtd 10/23/86
undersigned. Hartley and Inc., Enroute home visited her
Hartley they son, not a professional duo.
Lillian E. Grlffls. 905 W.
doing business under the firm nom. of Madison Street Starke. FL, 32091 sole 182tchg115Snack Glenn Mattheus of Folkston, GA. Local Holiday LightingThe Please call 064-7790 or 481Gi;(
Home Sw..t Home, In Alachua Marion home ol Mrs Louise Mattheus alter 6:00: for more information
Bradford, and Columbia Counties, owner, doing business under the firm __ u__ p.m.

Florida Int.nd to register said fictitious name of Pleasant Valley Core Center, '---L. . . . . . . . .
name under the provisions of the 905 W. Madison Street Starke, FL,
aforesaid Statute. 32091, Intends to register said fictitious .

DATED at Gainesville, Florida this U name under the aforesaid stetute. the ]8I'Uar, Jo Ann'sA Hours 9.30-5:30: M-F 31st Annual
Dated this 19th of December, A.D.
day of December, 19$6.HARTLEY day Cure a\ .::30.:00 Sat. .
AND HARTLEY INC. 1986 In Bradford County. blahs 50. W. Call 51reel :
Cheryl F. Hartley Secretarylisa 12/25 4tpd IllS Speciality Gift; Shop ((90.) 96.-1547 OCALABULL
C. Hartley President

12/25 4tchg 1/15 The City INVITATION of lawtey TO BID Community Perk up with our gourmet; coffee and tea or put spice in your life SALE I

Development Office, as part of Its with Chervhies Champagne !Mustard. We still have a good selection

Demolition/Relocation Program will of rugs, pillows, afganw and bankets. Christina merchandise
relieve. sealed bids for the REHABILITA
NOTICE % % off thru 10. 164 BULLS
20 5O January
REGISTER TION OF A HOUSE at the ...lIowlngloco. -
FICTITIOUS NAME tion NE Third Street, Lawtey, Florida.Bid Cordon Fraser l\Iu.icall'lullh Bear 40% Off :":'f';..

Pursuant to Section 86S.09, Florida to Include complete rehabilitation of We Your .-.; -' ,,, ....

Statutes, notice Is h.r.by given that the house as per specifications and plans Appreciate Patronage, .. :' 'W: .. -. .. ..idb.......,

tom....;, Wllkerson.undersigned: (joint; Earl owners Wllkerson, doing,and business Sylvia supplied D.vilopm.nt'Offici'at by the Lawtey 156,1.1.5.Community 90 EastIn of P'--'ii' .. ,., ', II

under the firm name of Sylvia Nursery Baldwin Florida. Telephone ((904))

and Gard.n Center, Intends to register 264-9SU. Including :
said fictitious name under the aforesaid Contractor to secure all necessary,
permits and licenses required by the City
this 9 day of December A.D., Building Code. Prior to awarding contracts
1986 in Bradford County. for the low bid. contractor must ANGUS BEEFMASTER
12/18 4tpd 1/8 furnish proof of Workman. Comp and no longer at the
Manufacturer-Liability Insurance
In the amount of
coverage Bradford Square Barber Shop
S50.000/S300.0CO minimum. BRANGUS CHIANINA
Bids will be received until 1:00 PM
REGISTER on but.
FICTITIOUS NAME Thursday, January 22. 1917 at the Officeof RED ANGUS SIMBRAH ,j
Pursuant to Section 16S.09. Florida Community Development 156 U.S. 90 : he will now serve you
Statutes, notice Is hereby given' that the East. P.O. Bon 54. Baldwin Florida '' SANTA GERTRUDIS I
undersigned, E.C. VAUGHN III. 140 S. 32234. No bids after 1.00 PM, Thursday, at
Thompson St.. Starke. Fla. 32091, sole January 22. 1917 will be considered. Bids 12:00 NOON
owner, doing business under the firm will be opened at 1:00 PM on Thursday, i

name of Creative Cabinet Works, 140 S. January 22, 1987. The City of Lawtey Office Allen's Barber Shop Sponsored by Marion County Cattlemans A_ ssoc.

Thompson St., Stark., Fla. 32091, Intends of Community Developmentreserves ,
to sold fictitious name the right to reject any or all
register TUESDAY JAN. 13 1987 I
under the aforesaid statute. bids lawtey .Is an Equal Opportunity Hwy. 231 S. Lake Butler ,

Dated this 30 day of December, A.D. Employer. 496-2860 Southeastern Livestock Pavillion
1986 In Bradford County. III Itchg
1/B 'tpd 1/2'
,: >;M:<->:X- >:<-X:<-->:X->:<->::1->:<->:<->:<->:(->:<-1.<-->:<->:<->:<->:<->: Ocala Florida
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR The City of lawtey Community
REZONING Development Office, as part of Its I
AND AMENDMENT OF THE LAND USE Demolition/Relocation Program will
PLAN recleve sealed bids for the REHABILITA
An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive TION OF A HOUSE at the following loca I

land Use Plan Element and Lion Lee Lane, lawtey, Florida. Bid to Include II I
Map by Bradford County Florida in accordance complete rehabilitation of houseas
with the local Government and suppliedby
per specifications plans !
Comprehensive Planning Act of 197S as the Lawtey Community DevelopmentOffice
provided for In Chapter 163 of the at 156 U.S. 90 East In Baldwin, ._ +-
Florida Statutes. Florida. Telephone ((904)) 266.9562. :
TOi All Cltlsens,Taxpayers and other Interested Contractor to secure all necessary fLi

persons. permits and licenses required by the City
You and each of You are hereby and Building Code. Prior to awarding contracts
herewith given notice In accordancewith for the low bid contractor must
Florida Statues that the Board of furnish proof of Workmans Comp and
County Commissioners of Bradford Manufacturer-liability Insurance
County Florida, have designated the In the amount of
Bradford County Zoning and Planning coverage S50.000/S300.000 minimum. Ctf<*g

Board to conduct a public hearing at a Bids' will be received' until 1:00 PM on
regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the the Officeof
Thursday January 22, 1987 at
Council Room of Starke City Hall, Stark., Community Development 156 U.S. 90 .rtitS-.ic'ptijiK? ; ; >lr''rs'O!

Florida on Tuesday January 27. 19(7, East P.O. Box 04. Baldwin Florida | / .;. OnckVii' miu.K..w i
and make a recommendation to tho.oad 32234. No bids after 1:00 PM. Thursday, Pii '. herf"rllirJ.. res115Pc.
of Commissioners and the !
County January 22, "17 will be considered. Bids
; Board 'will consider Monday.
will be opened at 1:00 PM an Thursday.
February 2. 19B7 et the CommissionersRoom Office -fc.-'ir it vV'th' yoi
January 22. "17, The City of lawtey
of the Bradford County Courthouse of Community Developmentreserves :
.- Starke, Florida at 10:00 a.m. an all
the right to reject any or
Ordinance relating tot ____ I
bids lawtey Is an Equal Opportunity ,_._ .
.. The reionlng of the following described nI ---------------------- ------------------------- 1

property and amending the Comprehensive Employer. III Itchg :I It 1 1
land Use Plan to provide I
t that land currently toned CI and I.: Plus 3 pc. Dinner 9 pc. Value Pack Bucket

designated by the plan as Commercial
be ,...n'" to OR and designated NOTICE j :
of JOHN A. TORODE has made appllcatlon j$! $1.69 $2.79 $8.69 1 $8.99Get
Agricultural the property STEVE CUB- for SPECIAL EXCEPTION for #1 In CN I / 1
described '.lIow.aIlS' X 125'onehalf
BEDGE as with to the Bradj j Q Colonel's Get 9 of of the Colonel's OriginalRecipe'
( acre), located just outside city for gas pumps canopy I Gel ? pieces ol the Colonel's Original Get 3 pieces of the Original pieces
ford Board of Adjustments on | 15 pieces ol the Colonel Original
: limits off East side, of Hwy 100 |just before County Recipe' or Extra Crispy" Chicken Recipe' or Extra CriSPY' Chicken Chicken or Extra Crispy"Chicken /
CN and Extra Chicken 1
that Is Classified Recipe or Crispy"
: RR. Parcel 04451-00400 In Section 33. property J mashed potatoes and gravy,and 1 1 mashed potatoes and gravy cole slaw / large mashed potatoes large I
: Township i South Range 22 East to described below | and 1 biscuit with this coupon. gravy large salad and 4 buttermilk 1 Coupon good only for combination I i
2% Parcel 02766-OOOOO In Section I Buttermilk biscuit with this coupon while/dark 1
and ac. 1 orders and may not be used
I return property to agricultural to e South. 22 East J s Coupon good only for combination biscuits with this coupon. .
I use for Church and other houses of war 23. Township Coupon good only for combination with any other special oilers.
: located 2% miles last ef Starke at Hwy | white/dark orders and may not be i white dark orders and may not be 1 Coupon good only for combination / Limit one Customer 1
per coupon pays
ship.You I white dark orders and not be used i
: are further given NOTICI that a venlenc' used with any other special oilers Limit' used with any othec special otters Limit may all applicable sales lax
ORDINANCE isavailable | Customer all applicable with any other special offers Customer
:. copy of said proposed The Bradford County Zoning Planning -| 4 per coupon Customer pays all 4 per coupon. pays /
the office all sales tax
for your Inspection at sales tax 1 pays applicable
conduct hearing applicable sales tax
of the Director of Zoning and Planning Board will public Jat J 1 1t
City Hall Thompson Street, Starke, their regular meeting held at 7.30.
Florida. p.m., In the County Commission meeting 8 OFFER EXPIRES 1/31/87 OFFER EXPIRES 1/31/87 OFFER EXPIRES 1/31/87 OFFER EXPIRES 1/31/87

I j I j terest Each whatever and every In person the enactment should having any of this In. January roam.,of 27.Stork.the 19(7,Bradford,Florida and make,County on a Tuesday recam-8 Cour.thous. |: (This otter good only at store f) i: (This otter good only at slots f) i (This otter good only at stars t (This irlsr to4 inly it store /t s

{I and proposed be heard ORDINANCE at the time and appear place mendation to the Bradford County Board:Jof locations Ililtd blow) : locations listed below) locations Ililid' Mow) locations HUM .Mow. ) i

Adjustments concerning' this SPECIAL I

prescribed.BOARD EXCEPTION appllcatlon.At {L._ I
COMMISSIONERS this time all person will be heard I

BYl Gilbert S. Brown concerning this application as .:,ij 't QJ t : ; : :( { \; :: .

G.S. Brown, Clerk In the Zoning Codes; of" Bradford irfivl; .poclfl"'l 1 : : :: ; ; : ( '

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I'uge..I.TI'U'.iHAPII: Jnnimr, e. Iss1 _

Engagements t ,
r'- [ \

The service Is scneuuled at First Starke.
Pamela J. Duffy. Presbyterian Church in Starke for Her Fiance Is a 1976 graduate of

John L. Schafer Jr.. February 2, 1987. All relatives and Bradford High School and is
friends are invited to attend this employed by I.E. DuPont.
Announce Engagement special occasion. The wedding is planned for March

Mr. & Mrs. Martin Duffy of Gloria H. Roberts 28, 1987 at6:00: p.m. at Life & Praise
Kmgslcy Lake would like to announce Ministries on Hwy. 301 in Starke.
the engagement and approaching Announces EngagementTo Maleta DelestreTo

marriage ol their Ralph P. Bryan Jr.
daughter. Pamela J., to John L. Wed Julius Smith
Schaler Jr., son of John L. Schafer Mr. & Mrs. Porter Tate RobertsSr. Maleta Delestre and Julius Smith
., of Starke announce the engagement -
Sr., ol Starke. have planned their wedding for 3
of their daughter Gloria to
The bride-elect is a 1981 graduate
10 at Allen
p.m. January 1987
Ralph Perry Bryan Jr., son of Mrs.
ol Bradford High School and a 1985 Chapel AM.E Church. A receptionwill
Imogene Locke & Ralph Bryan Sr.,
graduate of Eckerd College.Her follow immediately at the Country -
fiance Is a 1984 graduate of of Starke. Club Golf Course.
Maynard Evans High School and Is The bride-elect is a 1983 graduate All friends and family membersare
ot Bradford High School and is
currently serving in the Florida National invited to attend.
Guard. __ employed by Eckerd _Drugs 01'I

B-U Retired Teachers Early Land Grants

I And Surveys Will Be

Enjoy Christmas PartyThe Historical Topic

Interesting data and maps concerning + rr
the early land grants, township
beautifully decorated private the Exceptional Star" by Theda Mc- plats and other matters concerningthe r
dining room of the Bradford Family Cullough and a paraody on "The early settlement of Bradford I 1t
Restaurant was the setting for the Night Before Christmas by Helen County will be presented at the a
Bradlord-Union Retired Teachers'annual Marshall. Mrs. Mona Canova con-
January 15 meeting of the Bradford
Christmas party on ducted an informative Christmas County Historical Society in the
December 18. song quiz which was enjoyed by all. SFCC Starke Center conference
Mrs Lillie Bridges presented an Gilts were distributed to be at 7:30 t
room :
enjoyable program. Following delivered to shut-in members.At The program will be in charge of
prayer Mrs. Muriel Norman read noon a delicious lunch was serv- Bill Alderman of the Bradford Title
these stories "You Wanna
amusing ed. and Abstract Co., who will
Hear 'Bout That Night? "Crooky
documents and plats of early land
transactions in this area dating backto r.
I United Methodist Women Honor the 1850s or before r----i -- --....._ -
Alderman that various typesof
New Memebers at Sunday Tea land grants for service in the Mex- Southside Smarties, Grades 3-5: Carl Elder, Sown Phillips

ican and Indian Wars were issued by Second row seated: Amy Long, Scott Thrift Jason
Starke United Methodist Women and fifth earning stralghtat -.\ "
fourth, graders
Mrs. T. R. Braddock secretary. the government during those yearsto Libby, Jasrn Wilkinson, Traci Thomas Julie Ponder
members the second six-weeks
honored their at for
1986 new Mrs. Jim Womack, vice-president encourage settlement of the Southside Elementary Hack row. standing: Brittany Hula Tamma Maalox
a lovely tea Sunday afternoon at the grading period, which ended Dec. 7, are (I-r- Safer,
of the Shannon
and Mrs. Drew Reddish treasurer, Indian-infested interior Kstefunie Pormatilo Julie Loper,
church. Presented with red roses First row, kneeling: Troy LaMonte. Brad Barber
and welcomed I la Helseth were installed at the monthly Florida peninsula. The governmentalso UiuUuv Wulkup, Bethany Lee.
were meeting held Tuesday, January 6. gave tree right-of-way to
Debbie Woodfm, Joyce Riherd Tina Delicious refreshments were enjoyed railroad companies in the 1950s to Pleasant Hope Methodist

Castell.McRae Marba Whittle and Betty in the Fellowship Hall of the encourage construction of rail hogs Plans Gospel Sing,
church. Mrs. Don Hardenbrook and offering transportation to interior
The following new officers were Mrs. S. G. Denmark poured from a areas that were not located on Revival In JanuaryA
installed by Mrs. S. G. Denmark beautifully appointed table. Mrs. waterways and had no other means gospel sing featuring the Thorn
outgoing president: Mrs Don Richard Odom was in charge of this of shipping their timber or ton Family Gospel Singers is planned -
Hardenbrook president, Mrs. delightful affair. agricultural products. for Saturday January 10, star.
James K. Smith, vice-president and ting at 7:30: p.m. at Pleasant Hope
Methodist Church.
School Menus ..111.., Mmager'sChmcvDay Kihlut: MmuiHfftt thimt'Dny; .
: Beginning January 18 a revival is
rank in the U.S.Navy.
.Bradlord Middle School)students have a choice Until 1862,captain was the highest
scheduled to begin nightly at 7:30:
salad bar
of a hot lunch or a
A-lj-Curte p.m. Featured guest speakers are to
Jan. 12-Jan.16 Bradford High School Munilut: : CnrndiiKH! pizza' trench trio, orange be Rev. W. J. Thornton & Brother
Bradford Elem.& Middle School Monday: Barbecue Beel on bun buttered(orn.cabb..ge juice milkshake. Donald Harris. Cox
Tut'mlu: Hamburgers pizza, french Iries.milkHhakeM Appliance
Monday: Hiimbm'ger On Bun Lettuce tomato apickle slaw, .h""olale.akedocolale acing ,orange JUIce. The church is located on Hwy 301 ;
.buttered. corn peaches milkTueiulut. Tuesday: Hamburger gravy mashed potatoes Ui>iln.MluCorndoRH.. orange Juicechc'eHt'burKer N. across from S & W Muffler Shop.
Beef-vegetable "" cheese toast
soup .
lullmecrarkera.cabbage HI..w. fruit cup milk green beans, butterscotch squares, hot rolls : Chewrt'burgcTH:*. lrenchtries.( milkshakes.'fhursdn' cormiogs.. orange Pastor is Roger Hesters with &
Wednesday: Salisbury Steak rue, & gravy milk Jeanette Harris serving as assistant
milkshakes trench tries
cheese juice
bnuuila, Wednmtut. Fried chicken macaroni 4 pieta :
green beets pineapple lopped cake ;
turnip greens, fruit pie cornbread, milk Friday I Manager Choice Day pastor.
Thursday milk : Chicken. & noodles,cheese Mix. but Thursdays Chill cheese loan!, garden salad. ., Each day student have.ihcme a hot lunch, Everyone is welcome at these up- Air Conditioning ;
tend green peaa.Iruit, cup.cinnamon. roll,milk crackers,fruit crisp, milk naiad bar or they max purchase a.la>tarle coming events! r

I Brooker NewsAround children ol Palm Bay were the recent Service r.. ',; ?
Another Snow Romp... holiday guests of Mrs. Lydia ,

Evelyn Barber, Jessie Thomas and Mr. & Mrs. A.B. Adams and Crosby and her son Jimmy. 'I' "'_
children and and Mr. .
Town... Lillian Wilson, all of Gainesville: I Bobby Ginger .
& Mrs. Joe Robinson and children, Mrs Mildred Green said she had a "I' .
The love of cooking keeps Mrs.Ed- Mrs Hllah Fussell and children Vlence and Julie enjoyed the wonderful time during the Service and Repair on:

na Harrell of Brooker in the kitchenfor Robbie Hollie and Katie, Elizabeth Christmas holidays on the ski slopesat Christmas holiday. Going down to be All Major Appliances Joe Cox

days each December as she Waters Rebecca Spires and Kirby Mel Ridge and Beach Mountain with daughter Aileen at Leesburg ,
begins her traditional cooking for Smith all of Jacksonville; Mr. & near Boone, NC Bobby and Ginger for several days and attending Air Conditioning Your friendly repairman.Calljiim .
Christmas and the New Year Mrs. Dewitt Thomas and daughters talked Mother Juanita into tryingthe Christmas parties was lots of fun. Refrigeration Electrical '

Holidays Libbie and Mandy of LaCrosse andKenneth I high slope. "After a couple of From there over to son Allen's in .. .. ./ .. r.11.11 Lr... ... r '' oday for. .
spills and slightly twisted knww,"I' Wildwood for the traditional l
Thomas from Raleigh NC.
"I love to start early", said Mrs. repair.
turned l skis over to a Christmas with the family any'appliance
Harrell, "as I never know when a Shortly after arriving Kenneth was just my ranger gathering JOE COX, OWNER
admitted to Alachua General and hobbled down the mountain. I On New Year's Day she joined
member friend will
family or stop by was happy just to sit and watch the daughter Janice Pierce and her OVhirfp6ol
Hospital for a couple of days. He
for a chat and a cup of tea. By begin- "
ning early I can make and bake returned home to North Carolina youngsters enjoy themselves she family for the day. Aileen came up r \ [964-7462
January 2. said. from Leesburg and Nancy Taylor of
enough to share with friends and
my Little Julie Robinson said Palatka also joined them to end a 1
family for their during the
use everything was just perfect, even Janice's husband TECH-CARE
holidays. this I then begin Fla. Snowbirds... perfect holiday.
Following Santa Claus came and left our George, prepared and served us a PMANCMIHD SERVICE For Quality Service & Repair
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through for the final bakingof desire of the Ned Hicks family as
way and lots and lots of fun. this type of food in New Orleans and
pies and breads of all descrip- they departed Brooker on Friday
I the food
can assure George
tions. after Christmas. Traveling by car
Visitors... prepared was outstanding and justas

After sampling her goodies one is headed for the mountains and Mr & Mrs John :Zapp and tasty." she says. NOTICE OFSTOCKHOLDERS

not surprised at the hours of labor Gatlinburg, TN., Ned and Madge ANNUAL
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these delightful tidbits. son William and his wife Mary their
son Lee from Alachua. Bringing up Campbell Electronics MEETINGThe
I asked how does it feel to see people the rear in their motorhome was son

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you hours to perfect? A serious look small children. James and Katie of

came"You upon know her I am face fortunate and she replied to have, Lake Butler. OPEN 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Mon.-Sat. annual meeting of the

one God-given talent and that is the The travelers were delighted as 964-4045 stockholders offCOMMUNITY
ability to cook. My answer to your they ran into a little snow flurry but
question is that I love to watch the were happy upon arrival at their
delightful expression on the face of destination. Larry and family resid- EXTRA SPECIAL THIS WEEK STATE BANK
my guests when they bite into a ed in their motorhome in a nearby
goodie and exclaim how good it park while the rest of the family CORPORATION STARKE, FLA.
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ones life through my cooking" downtown Gatlinburg. Madge said 25" Color T.V. . . . . for the election of Directors and
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hard to begin telling you how many and of course the younger ones en- the meeting will be held at the office

were around throughout the month.To joyed ice skating. Me on skates? No
name a few: the Rev. Andy MoonSr way! I just watched from the of said Bank on January 15,
and son A.B. Jr., of Wake For- sidelines. All in all we were reluctant We Are Now An Authorized Stationfor ,
rest, NC; Thelma and Bill Finucan to leave but happy to be at home 1987 between the hours of 5:00:
Vera Lee and Mr. &Mrs. Henry Har- safe and sound after a week of fun, Samsung TV's VCR'sStereo's ,
rell and daughter of Starke; Rosa The one thing that marked our hap- 5:30 o'clock.
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Hampton Council Proposes Land Sale To Fund Project

by John Slurges tried to table it, but it died for lack of general lund where the gross been allocated in this years budget. $25 first prize, $la bccond: prize and she scouted the town for clean-up
Members of the Hampton city a secondOn amount will be received and expenses The council also reported that city $10 third prize will be issued after purposes and said some work had
council proposed the selling of some handled by the city clerk. employees will be reimbursed for the judging. been done. She also said many
city property as "an avenue" to help the second call on the vote, Social Security held from their Councilman Forsyth mentionedthat houses need to be condemned and
fund the Hampton Villa water pro- Council member McDaniels took the The city also motioned to allocatea paychecks because they realized it the city will put a fire truck In torn down.
ject during their regular meeting motion and was seconded by Councilman seperate capital fund starting in did not need to be taken out. the Starke parade that was held the Counil Chairman Curtis called for
December 9.Chairman. Forsyth with all members January for the future repairing of Mayor Padgett and the council 13th. a motion to get the city attorney to
Ted Curtis, Mayor unanimous in the decision to seek the city's roads, many of which are also expressed concern over the risIng In the fire department, the city draft an ordinance on the houses and
Elwood Padgett and City Attorney appraisal and hold a meeting. needing repair. cost of insurance paid by the ci said the new lire truck is still at LCI the resolution was passed. A letter is
James R Flynn discussed the ty. There has been a 30 percent cost being repaired and that the doors to be written to owners about their
disposal of roughly 10 acres owned The accounting firm hired to help Mayor Elwood Padgett broughtthe increase in insurance. Mayor were repaired at the fire station at a property.
by the city. The council is waiting for handle the city of Hampton's subject of the roads up and the Padgett said. cost of$255Further A man his also been hired 20 hoursa
appraisal on the land from realtor finances said the city is "getting better possibility of setting such a fund up. repairs on the doors will week to help clean up highways
Terry Gaines. every year" and everything Is He also suggested a $250 monthly The Hampton Christmas Paradewas be made by Councilman John Allen, around the city.In .
very clean within the financial struc- deposit to a special fund with a held Saturday, December 20, at who was recommended by the coun the Police Department, Mar-
Mr. Flynn recommended the first ture during the reading of the annual future target date planned for the 2:00pm: with the Christmas party cil. In the voting on the motion made shal Simmons reported 40 hours of
thing the council should do is decide audit report at the council's regular money's use.Council following at 3:30pm in the city hall. by Councilman Walden Wadsworthand patrol duty three hours court duty,
whether they want to sell the land
December 9. seconded For- three accudents12 traffic arrests
meeting Tuesday, by Councilman
and then move from there. member John Allen made The parade started at the new and seven traffic warnings.The .
The report also recommendedsome the motion to set aside $250 a month Hampton city park, preceded down :syth, Allen stood out from the vote council also moved to pay the
Mayor Padgett said "it's anavenue" small changes in the runningof for street use only and was secondedby Pine St. to the cabinet shop, to state and also will file a Conflict of In- monthly city bills in a motion made
(for the raising of funds) the city Jamboree and in toad 18 to 325, back to Pine St. and terest form with the city to avoid any by Councilman Forsyth and seconded
estimating how much the city fellow member Wilma then back to the park. legal problems.In by Councilwoman McDaniels.The .
and that the council is not definite on will spend each money McDaniels. The council was The council also passed a motionfor the Street Department Coun- meeting was called for ad-
this proposal. Padgett suggested the year. unanimous.A prizes in the float competition. A cilwoman McDaniels reported that journment around 8:30pm.:
council look into the appraisal and The suggestion on the Hampton further motion was made to
Jamboree concerned the managingof
then seta special meeting for the funds from profits taken at the deposit the money in Florida National -
discussion of the issue. event. Before, funds were received Bank starting in January. _
and expenses taken out without Council members also passed a .Jr t Atf
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When the resolution was called on council supervision. Now the event's resolution on a $15 raise for the coun- 1cloMPf' !P
for a vote Councilman Wadsworth funds will be channeled through a cil members and mayor that had 0-- _

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BHS Throws Scare Into VanguardTornado w I',. Y I"j l

t'agerllthrew a scare Into I trout, the second Irom about 25 feet him. BUS helped Vanguard( retain its
sixth-runkcci Ocala Vanguard before out to put Bradford ahead 49-48 with At the 3:10: mark Bradford Rob last minute lead with two turnovers
bowing! fi-55() Tuesday night, Jan. 6, 5:02: It'll in the game. Vanguard was Norman hit from the left outside to when Hob Norman made a bad pass !
in the lirudlord High gym ht'lpinout!\ by going cold at the knot the score at 5153.: At 2:38: OV's and! John Berry walked. li .. .
Trailing by nine to 12 points most basket missing some close-in shots. Will Young drove the baseline for a BUS Is 1.5 alter the loss. OV mov-
lit l the I WilY, the Tornado I live came to At 4:21: Knight guard Vern layup again putting OV up by two, ed to 6-5 so far this season. \ ,\
Itlc in the lourth period when 6-6 "
Pickney, a short quick and fast 55-53. Vanguard 20 11 16 13 id ,
Patrick Diggs started rebounding guard, stole the basketball and Norman hit another from outsideto Bradford 12 11 14 18- 55
and HI1S I finally began hitting. Up to drove the length of the court for a knot the score at 55-55 at the 2:25 Ocala. Vanguard Dailey 2 0-4, Plnkney
I thul I point, BHS was outplayed, out layup to put OV up 5949. Fouled on mark. 101/4.11, Tuonerton 2 D., Young 11/t-7,limn
rehiHiiidfil, and out-shot by the the shot, Pickney sunk a free throwto Big Barnes came back in at the S-II'1-15.. Brlnton I 0'1, Vignillo 2 0/1.4,Lowory
KlIIght live which sailed along with I 0 1.Totalt 15 10/17'0.
put OV up 51-49. 2:23 mark. Barnes responded with a Bradlord ,
Brown 1 1/1 I Olgqi
no less t han a nine point lead most ofthe 8ra I! game. at 51-51 with two free shots with 4:10: Knight l live went into a stall. The Chandler 02/46.Tol.lt n 11/30 a
biS! almost caught up before left In the game OV's Eric Dailey stall was mostly guard Pinkney who
Vangu.ii'd: caught with substitutes hit two ol his four points with 3:22: was too fast and too quick for the Upcoming...
in (he game realized what was happening left to put OV up 5351. Tornadoes to chase down. At the 1:25: This Friday Jan. 9, the BHS five
!. The Vanguard lead was cut Thou OV's Dennis Barnes, a big mark, Pinkney fed a tall player in- travels to Palatka High. The JV
to six alter Digs !began rebounding mlllII good I rebounderwho scored side for a layup, putting OV up 59-55. plays at 6:15: the varsity at 8 p.m.
and gelling a Tew close In percentage 15 points, had to sit out several With 50 seconds left Tornado John Saturday, Jan 10, BIIS returns
shots in ltv, basket. Diggs also minutes recovering from a ankle Berry stole the basketball from home to host Gainesville Buchholz
sunk lour free throws during the catchup hurt when he fell during a rebounding Pink ney but BUS lost it back. Pinkeywas for 6:15: and 8 p.m. games.
period. scuffle.The OV coach stalled to l finally fouled with 10 secondsleft Next Tuesday, Jan 13, BHS
Then sophomore guard Eugene give Barnes time to recover and stay and hit one of two free throws for travels to Gainesville Eastside for 6
Blvo hit two long baskets from out in'I lhi>";imo 'hut finally had tnhonrn the final 60-55 score. p.m. amI7UI:: i p m !!ames. !

. Lady.. Tonadoes Are 4-4 on Season I

Bradford High girl basketballers games at 6 p.m. and 7:30: p.m ing, and were down 8-10at the end of the BIIS lead to three points Plus,
evened their season record to 4-4 games. the first period.Tornadoes final- BHS made some turnovers. 0 i iI it
with a 53-411'Oad win over Cedar Key Next Thursday, Jan. 15, the girls ly got warmed up in the second Coach Slater called a time out,got
last Friday, Jan. 2. travel to Interlachen for 6. p.m. and quarter and went ahead by one, the defense straightened out and
7:30: pm. games. 17-16, at the half. made one substitution. In less than a
Upcoming... BUS came out the second half with minute, BIIS went from three up to
BHS was going to Gainesville High At Cedar Key... its half court trap anr* reeled off 12 11 up. I
Wednesday night, Jan. 7. Point Beverly Mosley led the Tornadoes unanswered points, putting them Bradford 8 9 18 18 53
Today (Thursday Jan. 8)) the over Cedar Key 5341. ahead 35-20 at the end of the third Cedar Key 10 6 10 15.41
girl's five returns home to host Clay Felicia Davis led the reboundingwith period. BHS was up by as much as 16 Bradford Mosloy '0'M,Davis 4-1-ID.Starling
7 0.1. BrigHI 2-7.. Spell 2I-S. Totals 21-11 n.Cedar .
High for 6:30: and 8pm. games.Next 14. Ann Starling and Beverly points.In ".Thompson 7. II, Nesbttl 2117, t
Monday, Jan. 12, the girls go Mosley each had 10 rebounds. the fourth period Cedar Key Allord 11 7, Stevens ,1-2. Todd 0 H. Totals
I 'to North Marion for JV and varsity RHS was RhiP'ffmh in the hpoinnl started hitting from outside and cut 17741.

JV Defeats BHS I I+.I I II

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l l The BHS JV basketballers took a to lead the game's scoring.
51.29 drubbing from Ocala Vanguard 14 8 16 13 51 .
Vanguard leaving Coach Chester Bradford 7 9 8 5. 29
Simpson very frustrated Tuesday Vanguard McDonald 4 O/*I, Rhm 411, Shooter...
Floyd 1 "4, Hanna 0/1 .
j 2/t 0 Burgess 408 King
night. Malachi Jenkins ((21)) fur shot againsl Ocala Vanguard while
I 02. Gibioit 3 111-7. Conway I 0-1, Bum 112. goes high a
BHS was beaten in scoring and in Totals 14 3/10 91 Hon Brown waits for he rebound.
rebounding, Coach Simspon said. Bradford Francis I-01, Jackson 104. Rots. Also I wailing on the floor for the rebound is leading scorer Vanguard
Truin Blye (BHS) scored 12 points 104, Slokum' 104, Hudson I/I 7, Buys 4 4/'II. BUS has rut'l'llthls
"j Karl Pinkney 1111, one (lr the fastest plu.vis season.
I IYl Total14' 2/'10 1'
1 J Small Game Hunts

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The small game hunts are
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Participants In the hunts must obtain -
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"The 3,800 acre! area is ideal squirrel
habitat with many species of oak, VICTORIA
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ryy throughout the area," said Steve
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Game and Flesh Water Fish Commission
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Permit and license requirementsto
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Defense... ting license wildlife managementarea
I Ron Brown is in his man's face on this fine defensive play against shUlI stamp and daily quota hunt
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!Mark FricdlinBCTSlaff complete.The work done in a community setting in them. toward society. minds.
WriterA wagons used in the train are which everyone does his share. As soon as a youth enters the The majority of youths reffered to The first period of a youth's transition .
"Vision Quest", a challenging replicas of the ones used by our "You feel kind of snowed under by Wagon Train, he or she begins a progressive Vision Quest are kids "nobodywants" in entering the Wagon Tram
outdoors experience, was used by pioneer western settlers on their it all at first," said Davida youth on training for skills and are considerdd "hard to comes in their continuing educationa -
the Great Plains Indians to mark a epic treks across the unexplored the Wagon Train in Starke who "fellin necessary for safe program conduct on the place". Founders Bob Burton, along process which continues full-
young man's passage into American frontier. Pulled by occai-- with some bad people"during his "trail" wherever it may lead. with Steve Rogers and Sandy Eg- fledged no matter how many miles
adulthood. sionally stubborn but mostly friendly junior year of high school in The skills taught by the "Wagon gleston, had worked in juvenile cor- they have to travel each day.
Today,Vision Quest is the name of mules that look as if they were Jacksonville and joined the group Masters", adult leaders who are in rections and became frustrated at The educational part of the program
a unique program for "problem recruited from an old "Gunsmoke"set passing through Starke two months charge oi each train, include seeing youngsters enter the correc- is designed to prepare troubled -
kids" who have run away from the Wagon Trains travel about ago. "It gets to you at first. I mean, teaching youths how to handle the tional system at age 11, only to leave youths for their re-entry into the
home, been suspended or expelled 20 miles per day;\( over terrain that the first couple of nights out on the animals they will be responsible for for the state prison at 17 or 18. public school system. By approaching -
from 'school, or have in general varies from miles of rural open road it really starts to sink in-this is during the long trek ahead, feeding, "We work with kids who constantly their education "in the
"fallen through the cracks' of the spaces to the crowded and congested a long way from home, you know harnessing, riding, watering, put themselves on the edge," field" the program attempts avoid
network of local and state agenciesset streets of the big cities. what I mean? Then after a while you grooming, saddling, equipmentcare wagon Master Steve Bloom said. making the youths conform to the
up to deal with juvenile pro- It's far more than treatment on start to get toughened up. Things driving and braking wagons "Kids who taunt their parents, their traditional classroom setting -a set-
blems. the Vision Quest Wagon trains, don't get to you as much. And some and first aid on the trail. community and their school, who ting that for them is deeply equated
One dynamic part of the program however It's a highly structured, days, it's a lot of fun" The program is for multiple offender find themselves chased by the police with failure.
the Vision Quest "Wagon Train" and intensive way of life for the kids That's what the Vision Quest experience youths, students who are aggressive and controlled by the courts. We Instead, a totally new environment
stopped in Starke last week on their in the program, beginning each day is all about a gradual abusive, and failing in want to turn that energy around and with built-in success and a
trip down the east coast a trip that at 6 a.m. with a full day of work and maturation process in which these their responsibilities toward their give them a positive direction" ,a way focus on academic readiness goalsare
hasn't ended in the 13 years since the schooling that lasts until sundown. aggressive,rebelous youths are ableto families and schoolwork. They are of experiencing success. provided. When the youth has I
program was founded Only the Traveling across the countrysidemay channel their energy into an entirely removed from their home setting A youth can enter the Wagon completed those goals, he is them
riders change as the students are sound like an adventure, and new and different environment and placed into a new environment, Trains at any time,as the train runs ready to re-intergrate into a
moved back into their home communities sometimes it is, but most of the timeit in which they are dependantupon giving them a chance to begin life continuously. A student is placed on classroom situation equipped with
after their treatment is .consists: of lots of hard work, but other people and they on anew and restructure their attitudes the Wagon Train not for a specified the attitudes and behavior
'. period of time, but usually for a necessary for success.
number of miles. Most kids
specified Counselors working for the group
I in the program travel with the train camped in Starke report that
for 2,000 miles (about three to four students, once they have masteredthe
months by covered wagon) before bad behavior that put tern ont he
". moving on to another level of the Wagon Train in the first place,they
program. The Vision Quest program become eager to learn.
also offers a Wilderness Camp (a "One of the proudest moments we
fixed base cap operating under the have as counselors comes when a
same guidelines as the Wagon kid makes an about-face in his attitudes
Trains) and "Home Quest", an m- toward school," Bloom said.
& IL the-home program alternative. "They become eager to learn. The
Since the kids who come to the program contrast to their behavior when they
usually have had problemswith first come aboard is astounding."
authority figures, the Wagon Some of the things the adult
Master adult counselors on the counselors must work on in their
Wagon Trains have the ultimate young charges' personalities are frequently -
authority on the road. What they say a short attention span,an in.
goes, and the kids learn to respond ability to follow instructions, low
positivly to them when they see that tolerance to frustration, the ability
i they are always fair and have the
good of the group uppermost in their $*. Page 5

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Unique Job Training Program Helps Local BusinessmenBy

Mark Krio.llinItCT The benelits to the employees are ol course:, is the bottom line, and the Formerly, private business had which local job training policies are In Gainesville, provides additional
Staff WriterA that they get to enter the workforceand program can save businesses money only a limited role in establishing established.. support lor the program.
unique new job training program begin training for a economically in three ways by reimbursing policy for goverment-hnanccd jobtrainmg Other organizations represented The Planning Council provides
which actually reimburses an more beneficial job than the one employers 50 percent of the training programs, knowledge they on the Private Industry:, Council Include stall services to the Private In.
employer 50 percent of a trainees they had before, and become self- costs handling paperwork and cut were probably in a better position to educational I agencies:!, dustry Council and serves ail: the administrator
pay, is making its dabut in this area. suffcient as they earn their salaries. ting expensive red tape to a know and understand than many of rehabilitation agencies, community- ol the job training pro-
The program allows employers to The program also features screen- minimum and recruiting, screeningand the people who ran those agencies based organizations, economic gram and coordinates program activities -
hire a worker, give him training to ed referralsinwhichemployersgive refering only those applicantswho themselves.Now development organizations, organised throughout eleven counties
do the job, and pays the employer the Job Service a list of their specific meet the employer's standardsat that has changed. labor and public employment in North Central Florida)
half of his salary each week. needs, solving many hiring problems no cost to them. Employers, both large and small, organizations, An applicant for the training pro
The benefits of the program are and saving valuable I time The program traces it's beginnings now have a forum to voice their The Private Industry Council's gram qualities if he or she meets the
obvious. The employer gets a spent in interviews. The service will to 1983 when the program was views on training and employmentissues. stated goals are to "strike a required eligibility guidelines,and is
worker at half the price, and the screen and Interview applicants for initiated under the state's: Job Train- balance" between the needs ol the willing and wants to be trained to
employee gets valuable on-the-job each employer in the program and ing Partnership act, creating a The vehicle for this communication labor market for skilled workers and work.
training with real work experience.The refer only those individuals who cooperative effort between the is the North Florida Private Industry the needs of the unemployed for For more information about the
program was started by the meets the employer's standards for public and private sectors of a type Council,a group made up of a jobs.In. new program, either as an employeror
North Florida Private Industry On-The-Job training.The which had never been attempted majority ol private sector addition, the North )Florida as an applicant' training, call
Council and will be administered in bottom line for every business before. employers, is the method through Regional Planning! Council located the Luke City oil ice at ((904)) 752-3121
Bradford and Union Counties from
the Job Service office in Lake City.
Local and area members of the program
in this area include ChairmanJ.E. LI
Tomlinson, President of the
Florida First National Bank in
f Starke; and members Richard YS
Hires, Production Manager for IDI'I:
Owens-Illinois Inc., of Lake Butler; lID
and David Smith Jr., Principal of

the Starke.Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Centerin I MANUFACTURER'S I WJIEKFAMIivNi !

According to spokesmen for the JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM
program, the goal is to train 24 2S, 1987 :
economically disadvantaged per- ,IACNbONVI.LI FLORIDA
sons and place them in the job PONI I
market. The program sends the ONLY
employer a "motivated, job-ready" SPB JEAL DJES OUNT
employee with an interest in the
business chosen and reimburse COUPONS AVAILABLE ONLY AT WINN-DIXIE FOR --,...-..
them 50 percent of their pay for the 7:30 PERFORMANCE ON JANUARY_ 23. DOUBLE COUPONS GOOD IN JACKSONVILLE, ="::",::;;:::..rrr.rr.,, --"-.-'-
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time spent in training.The CLAY COUNTY,FERNAMDMA.ST. AUGUSTINE -- ------- ------
success of the program in this WINN L DIXIE STARKE, UVE OAK, LAKE CITY, GAINESVILLE., .=___....40_.....__...-_.
area, according to the spokesman, HIGH SPRINGS. PERRY. PALATKA CHIEFLANO, ,. :w..rr=. ';;'=.=______
depends to a large extent on com- '-'.-"--"-'.
munity involvement and private sec-
tor involvement. There is no limit to
the variety of jobs in the program
and no company is too small or too WO MUMP U..CMOKB fJOMLtM
large to participate.The Rump Roast La. M7 MORE WAYS TO WIN IN ..........
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North Florida Central Service IVI OUR NEW SERIES OFCOUPONSTCASH ::J::: '!!I=JlJnIp-'fi:
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cent payback on the employees NOW AT WINNDIXIEWINUPTOn,000 .CCNTMV*OOUPOMt.... MOMM0 -
wages are a valuable economic WMINtVIII tMf TCKMUCt*KN.DI
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then can retain him if he so desires,
after he learns the training provided -
training provided under that par I I(AVI 70.OIIOINAL STtAWIIIIT
ticular businesses' own system. :}':ti:::' IriACH
One of the things businesses who t FLORIDA $969
have participated in the program so I ,
far like about the program is the \ COOLER. fz:;
amount of paperwork and "red
tape" which are kept to a minimumby 0 -- BUSCNUTAI
regional offices in an attempt to 24-P
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; Se.at Belt Survey '. COLA. 2ir't \

1 Prompts Call for

More Enforcement

I! The AAA Motor Clubs of Florida
I and the Florida Department of ,601,
: Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles l'A
announced a joint call for enforce 1 I I COMVINUNCI Sill 44-CT. SMALL 4 -CT.
ment of Florida's safety belt law in a | MIDIUM Jl-CT.LANOI
news conference on Dec. 29. '' ULTRA $

Beginning New Year's Day, law PAMPERS
I enforcement officials are authorizedto .
issue citations carrying a $20 fine 1
for violators of the 1986 law, strongly i FOLGERS
supported by Florida AAA Clubs. $249
The driver is responsible for assur- COFFEE SIZE. tE 1
ing that front seat occupants age 16 Limn 1 with(10.00 of man pu"'__I.OIgLHICItO.T
or younger are properly restrained, iwirrBONELESS 1
Iront seat occupants older than 16 SAVI JOARROW-
years of age can be individuallycited. -- $198 -
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The two Florida Clubs, Peninsula r GAL
Motor Club and AAA East Florida, PINKr PIO Ella IND a S LOIN IND
letters all Florida law ._ ICONOMr AVI 30
have sent to -

enforcement agencies asking for $ -- CATSUP 1E SIc
statute.their commitment to enforce the CHOPS LL 137 3Jj

According to Kevin Bakewell,
Director of Safety for the Peninsula l
Motor Club "With a commitment to
enforcement and continued educa-
tional efforts, a 1987 goal of 60 per-
cent usage would be attainable.AAA
hopes to recognize outstanding and
innovative efforts by police agencies
in safety belt law enforcement and
Statewide usage now stands at 40.6
percent, considerably higher\ than
the 28.7 percent usage shown in April
1986 pre-law survey, but quite a drop
from the 52.7 percent usage shownon
July i, the effective date of the
According to Bakewell, "Many
people will obey a law simply
because it Is a law. Unfortunately, ZL'I ;
punitive measuressuch as a $20
fineare necessary to convince
others to comply. i
Enforcement of this nature must
begin on Jan. 1 and continue
throughout the year."
The AAA will conduct a safety, belt
usage survey of 16 Florida cities on
Jan. 5-8, to determine present usage MAIVIST ntlSHKIWI PUSH KOUNTRV SUCH SUMIMAND
rates and the effect of initial en- $100 E
forcement efforts.This is a scientific $ $100 ROSESSTEM FOODE. 12 M.rua. S9c CHEESE 58C
1 . sizt
survey being conducted by the AAAin FRUIT iMAIVIST FOR cx .
conjunction with the Florida IN aUAVfllfSUPERBRAND IUPIIIIANO All JIAVOM
ment and Florida State University. $197 4 Ita$1 38C
The cities where the survey will be SOMA 6Se CLUSTERS "s ST MARGARINE \1 YOGURT. pit
conducted are: Jacksonville, La
Gainesville Cocoa Fort Lauderdale -
Ocala, Pensacola, St.
Petersburg, Tallahassee, West
Palm Beach, Daytona, Miami
Orlando, Port Charlotte Sarasota,
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January $. IIIH7 B SfrXTION Put/(r:3

E-Z Wheels Open for Business Replacing Hardy Auto Sales ;

Hardy Auto Sales, Inc. has taken pa area Although Bray had retired ,
down its sign, and erected a new more than a year ago, he and Hardy \1;
name in the auto sales business In were brought together by a mutual
Starke. friend, an employee of Chrysler
The new Firm, E-Z Wheels, Is a Motor Co. They found enough com
"buy here, pay here" used car lot, mon interests for Bray to return to $ ,
offering one owner, new car trade- the working world, as manager of 2
ins. E-Z Wheels manager Tommy the Starke facility He promised to
Bray says the new company will offer work for at least a year.
automobiles for sale on time pay Bray, 68, is a widower with two
ment plans, without interest or grown children living independent 1 ,
credit checks. ly. He owns a camper, and has t
"Bray is the best judge of traveled extensively, making seven
character I have ever seen," says trips to Las Vegas, Nev. in recent
Eldon Hardy, former owner of Hardy years. His camper has 260 thousand
Auto Sales, and investor in the miles on it. Bray has moved to _
current firm "Bray will talk with Starke, and plans to attend the .w u
each customer, and make a deter Lutheran Church in Keystone p'
mination on extending credit, basedon Heights. He has been in the used car .. .
the conversation"said Hardy. business since 1948. La .
E-Z Wheels is one of three similar Hardy is the dean of automobile .
1IVi _
used car lots owned by the company, dealers in Starke, having begun --3t
and has access to one owner new car business in Starke in 1952 when he )- ; -
trade-ins through its owners, who and his two brothers, Charles and _
have interest in new car dealershipsin Douglas bought the Plymouth 7
south Florida. Current plans call dealership from the late Jake VT
for E-Z Wheels to keep 60 to 90 used Roberts. The new car franchize was
cars on the lot at any given time. discontinued in 1958, and the two
Eldon Hardy,who retired from the brothers sold their interests to
automobile business in Nov. 1983, Eldon.
had re-opened the used car lot Jan I, 1960, Eldon Hardy moved w ,
several weeks ago under the old the business to its present locationon
*name Hardy Auto Sales. At that N Temple Ave. and continued to .
time, Hardy, and two out of town investors operate a new and used cars
planned to specialize in business until Nov. 30, 1983. When New Business...
leased cars, but their plans were Interrupted Hardy retired, the lot was leased to K-7. Wheels has moved into the i-omnierciul lot on U.S. 301 North l';-Z uNner'l'ommy Bray IIh.t'lId! has a big Inventory and a unique
by health problems of one Starke Chrysler-Plymouth Motors vacated by ('lu'"II'r, l>ixl (e when their new building wan compacted method i or credit based on a personal evaluation.
investor, leaving Hardy to run the for approximately two years,until a _jf
business. Hardy, enjoying retire new facility was built and the dealer-
ment, was not interested in return ship moved south of town, earlier
ing to daily activities.. this year. "When people hear good music It make them homesick for something they had,and never will have." E.W.Howe
Although Hardy wasn't interestedin Although the original plan to sell
returning to full time business lease cars has been de-emphasued.
management, he had a lot full of Bray said E-Z Wheels continues to
like-new automobiles. Somethinghad have access to that type vehicle and ?
to be done, and quickly. He will provide virtually any brand of q
began selling cars, while revamping American made car the customer
his plans. wants Our resolution offer
Through automotive business Eldon Hardy urges his many beauty :
channels Hardy had known of Bray friends of long standing to visit the
for 30 years while Bray was managing car lot and meet Tommy Bray, the
used car operations in the Tam- new manager. ICIt+ We resolve !

to make you more beautiful.

1w ; r Art Never try to re-inflate a truck
tire yourself: it's very dangerous.
Servicing such things should be left
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The Budd Safety Company.and Health The Administration Occupational -- ti Offer good from January 5 through February 15. i
,., Bring this ad into the following Merle Norman '
(OSHA) offers free charts I
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learn the accepted procedures. To

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h Farmers '2Q Dealers Bank Statement of Condition

;\ m DECEMBER 31 1986

ASSETS 1986 1985 Increase ((8))

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Cash & Due From Banks $1,205,716 $1,224,380 -1.5

Federal Funds Sold 4,970,000 2,200,000 125.9
Proud Owner...
6,138,592 7,667,906 -19.9
The business district along U.S.301 North in SUi'ke Jot a new member
when K-Z Wheels owner Tommy Bray (above) motril into the area. Loans & Discount Receivable $13,154,657 $12,422,339 5.9
less Unearned Discount ((445,535)) ((417,257)) 6.8

less Loan Loss Reserve ((140,658)) ((140,658)) 0,0

Net Loans -------- 12,568464 -------- 11,864,424 5.9

Interest Earned Uncollected 329,903 378,442 -12.8

Banking House & Fixtures 687,422 633,961 8.4

BIELLING'STIRES Other Real Estate 0 7,300 -100.0

Other Assets 20,990 48,967 -57.1

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TOTAL ASSETS $25,921,087 $24,025,380 7.9

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Demand Deposits $12,831,041 $12,367,573 3.7
PROVIDENCE LAKE CITY LAKE BUTLER Official Checks 413,407 216,216 91.2%

SR 238 1004 S. Marlon 115 W. Main Savings Accounts 1,632,657 1,311,775 24.5

752-6568 752-2120 496-3831 Certificates of Deposit 7,587,163 7,006,025 8.3

Total Deposits -------- $22,464,268 ---------- $20,901,589 7.5

Reserve Accounts 190,191 185,071 2.8
Steel Belted Radials Other Liabilities 26,084 68,503 -61.9

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P15578OR-13 31.94 TOTAL LIABILITIES ,. .. $22,680,543 $21,155,163. 7.2
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CAPITAL ,'(t .
P175/80R-13 34.65 whitewall ; .. t"
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P185/75R-14 . 38.34 Mounting Capital Stock '- $200,000 $200,000 0.0

Surplus ., 1,800,000 1,800,000 0.0
I P195/75R-14 .. .' 38.78 Balancing Retained Earnings ,\ '" 1,240,544 870,217 42.6

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TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL $25,921,087 $24,025,380 7.9\

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ObituariesCard t

of Thanks Bogart, GA, died Wednesday morn the Methodist Hospital following a "Buck" Norman, both of Stark;
Words cannot adequately ing at the Athens General Hospital in sudden illness. John G, "Jack"Dexter Doris Ethel Norman two daughters, Mrs. Gloria
deep appreciation for the expressour many Athens, GA after an extended il- Mrs. Simpson was born in Union Sr Mrs. Doris Ethel Norman,84,resi Crawford ol Starke and Mrs Velma
kind and sympathetic acts that lness. County and lived in Jacksonvillesince Mr. John G. "Jack" Dexter, Sr., dent of Starke, died Wednesday, Cone of Miami; three sisters, Mrs'
came to us at the time of our recent Mrs. Bennett was born in Alachua 1936. She was a secretary and 88,of Melrose died Monday,January December 31,1986 at Bradford Coun- Delores Carmichael of Jacksonville,
bel'ca\'ment. County and had lived most of her life bookkeeper for the Florida Solite 5, 1987 in Alachua General Hospital ty Hospital following a brief illness. Mrs. Aline Uhl of Orlando and Mrs.
The family of Mrs. lola Little Brown in Union County before moving to Company until she retired. She was In Gainesville following a long il Lorena Byran of Anniston, AL;
Athens ten years ago.She owned and the daughter of the late Henry Oscar lness. Mrs. Norman was a lifetime resident seven grandchildren and nine gieat-
operated her own farm outside Lake Brown and Florence Hale.She
was a Born in Bayonne, New Jersey on of Bradford County and was the grandchildren.
Note of ThanksThe Butler.She was the widow of the late member of the First United conducted
October 9,1900, Mr.Dexter moved to daughter of the late James M. and Funeral services were
family of the late Victor Hubert Bennett and she was a Methodist Church; member of the Melrose in 1981 from Pompano Alice Rosier former pioneer resi- Friday at the chapel of Archie Tan-
Gingras would like to thank all member of the First United Order of Eastern Star Chapter 15; Beach, FL. He was a member Of dent of Bradford County. She was a ner Funeral Home with Rev. Dean
friends for their concern, prayers Methodist Church of Lake Butler. secretary to the North JacksonvilleWomen's Elks Lodge No. 1898; A.A.RP., member of Heilbron Springs Baptist Cassel officiating. Burial was in
and help extended during the illness Survivors Include one son, Clyde Club; Veteran of WWI Melrose; owner of the Dexter In- Church. Crosby Lake Cemetery under the
and death of our loved one. Brannen of Athens, GA; one sister, Auxiliary; member of the United surance Agency, retiring in 1973; Survivors include two sons, E. L. direction of Archie Tanner Funeral
We especially wish to thank Dr. Alice David of Tallahassee; two Daughters of Confederacy; Deputy member of the Catholic faith. Nook" Normun and James M Home ol Starke.LouAnn's .
Peter Gianas, the staff at Bradford grandchildren and two great- Registrar for the Division I of Elec. Survivors include two sons, John
Hospital, Father Joseph Finlay and grandchildren. tions. G. Dexter,Jr., Melrose and William
our friends at St Edward's and Ar- Funeral services were held Satur Survivors include one sister, H. Dexter, Jo'airluwn, NJ; a brother,
chie Tanner. day January 3, 1987 in the chapel of Louise Coggins of Jacksonville; one Herbert Dexter Delray Beach, FL; I Azalea & Blueberry Farm
Archer brother, W. Brown of
Funeral Home of Lake Joseph
Mrs.Victor Gingras and family Butler with Rev. Donald Dalton of- Ridgland, SC; several nieces and Iwo grandchildren. Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on
ficiating. Burial was in Mt Zion nephews.Graveside. Graveside,Ian services Kill liam will be held 24th Street, follow signs or
Thursday. Cemetery
Cemetery under the direction of services were held Friday .
Note of Thanks Ar- in Mcliosc with "'alht'r Tom Gordon Call 964-7109
cher Funeral Home of Lake Buller. in Elzey Chapel Cemetery with & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10-5:30:
Please olluiatmu Jones Funeral Home of
accept our deepest
ap- Rev. Donald Dalton
officiating. SUrke is in charge of arrangements Come Visit Us In Our
preciation for all the flowers, food Iva McKee CampbellMrs. Funeral Home of Lake Butler
and phone calls to us during time
of bereavement. Remember our Bren- Iva McKee Campbell, 83, of was in charge of arrangements. Co-Op Craft ShopAll
da's smile and warm greeting over Starke, died Thursday morning in Albert Watson
the phone at Bradford Hospital asher the Humana Hosritalln Dade City, Elder Richard Keesee "Johnny" Chapman
smile was Brenda and the way Fla., after a Elder Richard Keesee, 94, died Mr. Albert Watson "Johnny"
she would want to be remembered. Mrs. Campbell was born in Olive Thursday, January 1, 1987 in North Chapman,56. resident of Starke died Nature Sings of Jesus
Our deepest appreciation to Dr. Branch, IL. She lived several yearsin Florida Regional Hospital after an December 31, 1986 at his home .t4nb
Gianas, hospital staff, family & Lakeland before moving to Starkein extended illness following an extended illness. .. "
friends for all their love& kindness. 1979. She was the widow of Sidney Elder Keesee was born in Brushy Mr. Chapman was born in
Johnny&Jeffery Davis J. Campbell. Mrs. Campbell was a Fork of John's Creek in Pike County, Cartersville, GA He moved to : y'ear- :
Manning,Thomas&Davis Families homemaker and a member of Grace Kentucky,where he lived most of his Florida at an early age and entered %
United Methodist Church in Law tey. life until moving to Gainesville 5 the U.S. Army and retired as a Sgt ; 755
Brenda Lynn Manning Survivors include four daughters, years ago. He was a reod!! Cider ol E-6 after serving 20 years. He also is
Davis Vesta Tompkins of Starke, Bernice Samaria Primitive Baptist Churchin retired from U.C.I. Correctional
Southerland of Riverview, Fla., Ransom, Kentucky where he served stitute alter serving 15 years as an Annual Yield
Mrs. Brenda Lynn Manning Phyllis Barker of Mooresville, NC, for 50 years.Survivors olhcer lie was a member of
Davis,37,of Raiford. Fla., died Sun and Carol Pressley of Griffin, GA, include four sons, J. W. Madison Street Baptist Church.
day, January 4, 1987 in Bradford one son, Sidney J. Campbell Ji., of "Bill" Keesee of Campbellsburg, Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Rate %
Hospital following a brief illness. St. Petersburg; twelve grand- KY,Walter Kl'esceofPlttsburg, PA, JackieChapman; one son,Albert W
Mrs. Davis was born in Starke on children and fourteen great Burl Keesee of McMinnville, TN, Chapman, Jr. of Ocala, Two Compounded 7.30(
November 6, 1949 and was a lifetime grandchildren. and Sterl Keesee of Tampa, FL, daughters, Beth Blalock of Alachuaand
resident. She was a member of the Funeral services were held Satur three daughters, Blanche Dotson Pamela Gaskins of Ldwtey, two Monthly
Church of Christ, member of Mixed day in the Grace United Methodist and Thelma Scott, both of Piqua,OH brothers, G.L. Chapman of Perry
Nuts Bowling League Team, Admis- Church in Lawtey with Rev. J. Arthur and Belly Jean Smith ol Gainesville, hand j Robert V Chapman of Lake CI- .
sions clerk at Bradford Hospital; Padgett officiating. Burial was FL; twenty-four grandchildren, forty ty; six grandchildren.
graduated from Bradford High in Crosby Lake Cemetery in Starke great-grandchildren and fourgreatgreatgrandchildren. Funeral services were held Satur :4 5Annual '
School in 1968.Survivors under the direction of Archer day, January 3, 1987 at the Madison : : %
include her husband, Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Local arrangements were under Street Baptist Church with Rev. Ed- ' '
Johnny Lynn Davis; one son,Jeffery the direction of Archer Funeral die Blalock officiating and Rev. 7.39
Davis of Raiford; her father &stepmother -- Iris Brown SimpsonMrs. Home of Lake Butler with out of Richard Norman assisting. Burial
Ford D. & Martha Manningof Iris Brown Simpson, 75, of town arrangements under the direc- was in Kingsley Lake Cemetery Yield
Folkston, GA; two brothers, Jacksonville, died Tuesday night; in tion of Rogers Funeral Home of under the direction of Archie Tanner
Brady L. Manning of Green Cove Gelfry. KY Funeral Home.COflThFOfTIZ1E.
Springs &Tech. Sgt. Leon Manning, Rate
Charleston, SC; one sister, Debra %
Harris of Hilliard. 715TIQ
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Family Brought Together After 20 Years .

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Il was a labor of love for Serena : i it
Parramore a task she felt she had to
keep trying, no matter how hopeless
it fcfcmed. 1sh' s Home Se
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true in the past two weeks. "I could ti Homes Inc.
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barely remember my father from Y r r r4ra ; II II I ,
the time when the divorce II I
because I was so young but I never a W' t'' / ,; 1 I I US 301 South ((1 Va miles) Starke, Florida
gave up the hope that I would see I I
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them again one day. '
]It was a long search though, as r I I At Longchamp Homes we feature
Serena realized that she did not even f to '4 I
know the state her father was living r r ? i I I PERSONALIZED BUILDING
in, or even if he were dead or alive s ,
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father was not there and presumedhe We can also assist you in securing
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monumental task that faced her-
to singlehandedly call directory
assistance services all over the Long Lost..,
southeastern United States search The I'uriuntorc family M.imls together alter 11 :20 liecker.
for some trace of those elusive initials year separation from. one ol their mrmlins.Silling Serena, a T.':\ts ...."hlt.llt1.... had .been s"I/iIl'IIII'\I
and last name among the is oldest MIII lawns I.i\i; l I'.niiiiuinr. mill from her family forer:: ojeiiis, capped ,i h'ulrutingflYe ;
literally thousands of regions and standing I'.mlt.rt !<> right are >ounnesl win J.iek, .I.U. ->"'111' heari'li lor her father Iwo\"...""ago\\lien stir \
different area codes spanning the Pa rra more. Serena I'iiirsimoie and il.iiililer.Vnnc| happened upon his name in local telephone .
southern states. With reason to APPLIANCE SUPERMARKET
believe (falsley, as it turned out
that her father was no longer livingin mind, even though he had no idea but it kept coming back into my rimores around. 1 can tell you that.
Florida, she began a long and ex- where his ex-wile had moved with mind. It was driving me crazy." But I called and it was! him"
pensive search through the their daughter, no idea what city or Serena was raised by her grandparents J.U. remembers the moment well.
telephone lists.Needless state they had moved if his in Plant City, but they could "She called up and asked for J.D.
to say she found plentyof daughter was married or single provide little knowledge oi her Parramore and I didn't think much
Parramores (many more than she thus still retaining her last name) movements! alter she moved to about it," J.D. says. "Then she starting
suspected) in her search but never or even il she had moved out ol the Texas: at age 11. asking questions that I knew only
the right one, and as the years pass country."It In Texas, living in comfortable( I she could ask: and well 1 think I e -
ed, she began to worry that her haunted me" J.D, said "I town I of A/le, which I is! near Fort went into shock tor a moment or so. I
worst fears may be realized and that wanted to see her so bad, to at least Worth Serena continued her search was numb. I couldn't talk. It was big
she may never find her family.In hear some word that she was doing finally beginning to look to Florida shock at !lirst, then I was so happy
the meantime, J.D. Parramore, alright in life, but I just did not know once again alter fruitless searching and suprised that 1 almost broke
the object of her search, was living where to begin looking. I knew they through the telephone directory lists down on the spot."
comfortably in Starke on Laura never came back to Plant City or ol other southern states including "It was a big shock finding him in HUNDREDS OF WASHERS. DRYERS,:REFRIGERATORS SPECIALLY PRICED;
Church nestled in a cozy housholdon anywhere in "Florida so I had no Georgia and Texas with no luck. Starke," Serena said. "It 11'1like! a
a couple of acres of land with his idea where to look. You don't know Finally she worked her way up the big weight" had been lilted off my
other children, James David, Jack how it I eels to have a member ol stale Irom the Plant City area to shoulders: GENERAL
and JoAnne.For your family out there somewhereand Bradford County and Staike. Serena and her three l'hllch'l'nllew
J.D., his missing daughter not be able to even talk lo them "I was: doing the usual searching into Florida fur the holidays for the ELECTRIC
Serena was never very tar from his I tried not to think about it Unit much by telephone and I got to Starke and big reunion, arriving in Starke ,
really didn't think too much aboutit December) 26.
M I J.M ww'j.r w ," Serena said "I was just going "This i is: the happiest Christmas: I
s tf il h .d' . tliL'ougli I the usual routine i when l.., ? ever> .had" J,1)said. a vsenlimenl\ wash/rinse temperature selections ,
I 1 : found a J.U. Parramore! in Starke. I echoed by Serena. "It.was worth,the with energy-saving cold water rinse. Two r '
Vision Quest'-'J' try not to get too excited about that long wait to be together again alter cycles. Four water level selections.
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responsibility for their own work among slalf and youths within the TACKLE 8 '"
and an improved ability for self- tipi, and rotated daily so that all par HYDRA SPORT f1t1ARINE AGGRESSOR ELECTRIC
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little. is one of the best experiences I've Press/Knits
They are up out of bed at 6 a.m., ever had," one ol the youths at the Phone ((904)) 282-3115/6/ 3 Drying Selections
along with the local farmers, as the Starke encampment said. ""1 see 3070 Blanding 1'/2 mile South of 218 Removable Up-Front Lint Filler
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taken down.Following.
chores and breakfast DDE5700
the train hits the road to begin the 15 rI
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workers called "campjacks" clean
the campground, then swiftly move /
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Bradford Enjoys Holidays- with Fewer Accidents than Usual

Only 3 minor automobile accidentswere damage The one exception was an running loose but few calls resultingin period.The very few citations issued Brouillard's bond, Dian M. Morin, Scott J. Bindley, 23. HI.4 Intoxication Sl.ukc
reported in Bradford County accident north of I.awtcy, in which arrests. The jail population remained confirm reports by the three law en- was set by Judge.George Pierce at was arrested for disorderly Jan. 5, when hejumped -
during New Year's holiday season, the driver went to sleep and over constant throughout the holiday forcement agencies. $100.75. early Monday.
according to the Florida Highway turned. Damage to the car was season.In Robert Earl Simmons, 18, was ar- on the back of>l wouldn't a city owned
Patrol station on US-301N in Stake. estimated at $6,000. checking with Starke Police Disorderly Intoxication... rested Saturday, Jan. 3,at I a.m., at sanitation truck and the driver The net
Reports tiled by troopers Indicated Deputy Don Denton said the county Department, Communications Officer Dean J. Brouillard,19, 801 905 Thomas St. Apartments, and oil, when asked the by Bradford-Union
truck near
two of the accidents involved enjoyed a quiet holiday season, Nancy Benckowsky reportedthe Parkwood Place, Starke, was arrested charged with disorderly intoxica Vo-Tech was school when Bindloy! attempted -
only one car, and one was a fender with minimal disturbances. Denton holiday season to nave been Sunday morning at 12:43: tion.Police to board the vehicle
bender. There were no injuries, and said! the sheriffs office responded to "real good," with police officers a.m., after having been observed to off/ icon, had been called to
with the exception of one ear minor a number of calls such as animals having "easy cluty"during the be "Staggering( onto the intersectionof the apartments to quell a disturbance -
US-301 and SH-16, interrupting the when Simmons became loud
flow( of traffic" according to the ar- and unruly. There were no other arrests -
rcrst report. in connection with the incident

I Hit and Run Driver CapturedTwo

witnesses observed a fender accident, followed the Dodge in his Adam,Mass with having no proof of I
bender in a local parking lot,saw a vehicle. Upon reaching Waldo, insurance and the driver a juvenile -r II
car leave the scene, and chased the Torode (lagged a Waldo police officer from the same town,with hit and run r I
two young men all the way to Waldoto and reported the accident. The and driving without a drivers HUNTING SEASON TIRE SALEAll
have them arrested. policeman stopped the Dodge, and license. Both young men were given
detained the driver and occupantsuntil traffic tickets, and allowed to con- Tires Made in the Good Old U.S. of A.
Saturday, Jan. 3, two witnesses, the Highway Patrol could ar tinue their journey. ,
Richard Torode and Laura Crews, rive. The law enforcement' officers TRUCK TIRES MULTI MILE / I II x499 I
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parked vehicle. After striking the reported the accident to Starke juveniles do not pay their tickets, 31x11.50x15 . '67.00 P205-75B14 . . '32.00 Feel comfortablewith
parked vehicle, the Dodge left the police, giving them the descriptionof law enforcement officers In .33x12.50x15 . '78.00 P215-75B14 . . '33.00
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Robert S. Bryan & Marolyn K. apartments. and found a stash ol P225 75R-15 . . . . . '43.00 ..Relocation otter correcting

amen marriages were dissolved Bryan Francisco (FusU-r) Escalona & II- marijuana.The driver ol the van, Starke resi- P235 75R-15 . . . . . . '44.00 202 Repeat characters capability of on correction all keys
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County during eana Fuster. dent, Ralph J. (Jay) Bellwood Jr., .
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Raymond H. Williams & CynthiaA. Marijuana FoundIn found! 1.5 grams ol a Icaly substance, memoryswintEc
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Emanuel N. Klondes & Barbara J. Suspicious _
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Starke Area Want Ads


owner low mileage, $3995. 9647271. YARD SALE Saturday Jan. 10. corner of 1974 If REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p.
9644319. 12/18 tfnchg YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear SR-16 and SR-121: Raiford. Three Mercury and trailer. $1800. Dale
1964 FORD TRUCK Step-side. Good for ladies apparel childr ns/maternity, families, starts at 9 a.m. 1/8 Itpd Brown. 9646050. 10/2 Hn c/rilkn'
restoring. Mag wheels. $1,295. large sizes, petite danceweai/oerobic HUGE GARAGE SALE Saturday Jan. 10 14' PISCES BOAT with 25 HP Johnson
9647536. Evenings 8 weekends. 12/25 or accessories store. Jordache, Chic, at 157 W. Brown!_ St.. next to Stark motor and trailer. Like n.w. $2000. -
tfnchg Lee Levi), Isod. Gltano Guess Calvin Motor Parts. Furniture, clothes, and 964-6943. 1/81tpd
SPECIAL DEAL 1979 Mercury Capri. R.d Klein, Servle Valente, Evan Plcone, Liz much more. 8 til ? 1'B Itpd LREALTY
w/black trim, PS. PB, AC auto trans,6 Claiborn., Members Only, Gasoline, GRIFFIS LOOP: 2nd RR crossing on curveon LAND FOR SALELOT kA:1:
left. Sheets, bedspreads
cyl., good shape need tun.-up asking Healthtex, over 1000 others. $14,800 to pillowcases
$1500. Will take $2100 for both $26,900 inventory, Training, fixtures, a little bit of everything. 1/8 PHONE 964-7776
truck and car. Call 964.4037 day or grand opening, etc. Can 15 days. YARD SALE: Furniture, clothing and IN CrtYi $6.000. Call 964-5764; after '
open misc. items. Sat., Jon. 3. 9 til 5. 415 205 N. Temple, Starke
964-4430 night after 5:30 Ask for Mr. Keenan (305)( 678.3639. 1/8 Itpd 5. call 964-5251. 3/07 tfn Iii
Tudy. 1/1 4to| 1/22 Broadway St. 1/8 Itpd LOT ON WESTMORELAND ST... for sole
4X4 CHEVY BLAZER, .4 speed, chrome 1000 SUNBEDS. SUNAL WOLFF. SAVE with old house on property. $4500. T.rwlll.llarToday
10" rims, 350 engine 13x38 Monster 50%. Call for FREE color catalogue &' HOMESFOR 9044663489. 11/20 tfnchg and always God bestow His love on you.
Mudders, sunroof AM/FM cassette wholesale pricing. Excellent moneymaker 11 ACRES 2 BR trailer for rental over
1977 $3000. 964-7145. 1/1 2tchg 1/8 or gift. M/C or Visa accepted.Call SALE five acres cleared GREAT for country SPECIAl .
1980 FIAT XL-9, hardtop conv. Runs but I ((800)) 228.6292. fcan 87-03 living or for investment such as mobile
needs work. (new tires). Best offer. LOOK AT THIS I Just remodeled for you. home park, animal farm etc. Several {EASY TO ENJOY Brick. 3BR, 1'ABA. CH/A, large family
9646943. 1/8 Itpd DEALERS NEEDED NOW For HOT. NEW 1.720 sq. ft. CH/A w/attic fan. 3 or 4 money making pecan trees. $28.000 I room with fireplace, formal living dining room, utility room,
1914. TOYOTA TERCEL 4-door AC FLAT PLATE SATELLITE ANTENNA! No BR, 2 full tile baths, equipped kitchen. cash or S12.00O down and payments of Access to beautiful\ Crystal Lake. $.. to *cltit.. f
AM/FM cassette, cruise control. Call competition, big profits. Other high 19 x 20 great room closets galore, $23O month. Storke area, call 9646493. oppr
after 6 p.m. weekdays. 5332403. profit products include 50" Big Screen fenced back yard w/tool shed. tfnio IT'S THE EXTRAS THAT COUNT: Secluded 1980 doublewlde 7
1/l swtfn TVs) Our dealers should EARN BIG Saratoga Concrete drive ft walk.
Hgts. PERSONALS ] 12' ceilings, In the middle of 4 acres. Inground pool, wooden
CADILLACS MERCEDES. Porsche, etc. $$$.$$ per month with these ground Don't miss this bargain. By owner. Call
direct from Government. Sized In floor opportunities that are GOING today. 473.7541 or 4752597. 11/13 (deck, wooden playground equipment. $55,000. I
drug raids. Available your area. Save FAST. CALL NOW ((303)) 5910158. fcan LONELY Need a date?Writ. Dotetime. {UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 Frame cottage on five nice lots-
$thousonds.216.453.3000Ext. A4259. 87-05 MOTORCYCLES 700 E. Llndsey. Suite 158. Norman, Kingsley Lake Village 30500. _
1/8 ::2tpd 1/15
1979 BUICK OPEL. 4 cyl.. Auto trans., Oklahoma 73069. 12/184tchg 1/8 SAMPSON LAKE LOTS OWNER FINANCED! I FINE LOTS. Ap-
A/C 4 door, extra clean $1750. Ph. WORKING PARTNER NEEDED BY NATIONAL 1981 YAMAHA XTSOO street or dirt bike. NEW Visa/Mastercard.CREDIT CARD I Call No 16195651522ext. on. refused. prolC. 103V770' Selling price $18,900 ea. $2,000 down ((10%
964.6853 (days). 964-5450 (after 5:30: COMPANY. If you qualify and Very good condition. $650. 9648210. for 10 ).
CI313FL, 24 hrs. 1/8 3tpd 1/22 years
p.m.). 1/8 Itpd can Invest $13,500 for 50% of equipment 12/11 tin
I9SO V.W. PICK-UP Air, .4 speed. $1800. the company will set up the {THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 1981 Guerdon
4737989. 1/8 Itchg business for you. Your lob will be to {doublewide-Sampson Lake Access $35,000. Gread Getaway.
service accounts established by the ?3p>>|*$;%&; {IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100
1976 CADILLAC 71,000 mil... Trailer company with Hormel Castleberry andCampbell's
East 2.7 5 BR 3 BA, attractive deck overlooking a 1/4
pack, electric brakes, air shocks and food products. No selling or ) ac. ,
hitch. 17 MPG. 4732252. $1,650 firm. special vehicle needed. National census acre fish pond with fish I HAVE to seel I
figures shows average annual earnings Accelerated Realty Inc. {-RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH IN A LOVELY LAND-
WANTEDOLD of 1364352. Write New {SCAPED SURROUNDINGi 2 BR, 2 BA doubiewide. 1.76 acres.
American P.O. Box 360247, Birmingham
AL 35236 or call toll-free Phone: 964-4544 {Close to Crosby Lake Public Landing.
CARPENTER TOOLS especially rare 18000563. Ask for Operator 1-F 1/8 FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage garage

planes.. or 468.1150.12/18 Ph. 468-1551 7:30 a.m.1/8. 6:30p.m. Itpd I drive-in boathouse and screened deck overlooking Crosby

4tpd 1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke Florida j I Lake Inlet. CH&A $39,995.
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-- Home Lots *,,Acreage (-SUPER COMMERCIAL 301 SOUTH 7.45 ac. plus 700 ft. bldg. 4

Farms watertrolB I I spaces rented $200 a month. Trailer sales space rents for

FAULKNER REALTY INC. No Charge to List Your ] ($1,000 a month.
Call and discuss it with I {AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING Corner Orange &

Located Hwy 301 .2 Blks S. SR. 100 CEDAR HOME Two-story 3 BR. :2 BA. 2.20O sq. ft. living area.REALTOR'1,200 sq. It. Pratt 3 Br., 2 Ba.. CH&A LR, DR family room & patio.
covered porch. Great design. let u* show you this lovely home. {ESCAPE TO PARADISE ON CROSBY LAKE INLET cleared 100'x
221 W. Lafayette Street LOVElY BRICK HOME HAS EVERYTHING Sunken living room formal dinIng | 192' lot, 2 utility sheds pump well and septic tank. Trimmed

room. 4 BR. 2 BA. family room w/fireplace. large eat-In kitchen with j out in lovely banana bushes 17000.
964-5069 lots of cabinets CH&A, Central vacuum workshop all on 10.9 acres partially
.'' fenced. {RENTAL INCOME: one bedroom 65' x 130' lot. $10,000.
City water. Call us and make appointment to see.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO LIVE IN THE COUNTRY? CB home 3 BR. 2 BA. great j {SO CLOSE 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, IVi bath 45000.
REACTOR room with fireplace, dining area central vacuum and stereo workshop j 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd.
with two open shelters, fishpond. 2 wells, all nestled on 5 acres. Priced to I Owner will finance 82322. A smart Florida Investment.
Susan M. Faulkner GRI CRB
INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially
PRESIDENT GREAT BUY -Country living close to town, brick hyome, 3 BR. 2 BA. family {
room w/fireploce, large kitchen inside utility room on five beautiful I {subdivided highway frontage close to school $1,000 per
REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS acres with pecan trees, fenced. Priced to sell. acre. Hardwood trees. Developer's dream I

I Irene Faulkner 964-5142 I GROW YOUR OWN GARDEN Neat frame home on 3.90 acres, :2 BR. 1 BA ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES.NINE ....
Lucille Spry 964.8420 J stove, refrigerator, dishwasher ceiling fans CH&A large screened porch, BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development.SIX .
22' x 30' born. Priced Right!
Marty Russell 473-7694 ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. $12,000.
IN THE CITY Clean and neat CB home 3 BR. 1 BA. screened porch nice
Bobby Biggs 964-7331 shaded. lot. f UNWINDING TREE LAKE-One acre 15000.

I Mary Durden 964.7358 NEAT FRAME HOME 4 BR. 2 BA. large living-dining room area, all on I PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.
acre with large shade trees near the city $27.900. SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres 2 wells 3 septic tanks.
3/2 MH fully furnished on SR. 16 West. DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME on 2.6 acres 3 BR.:2 BA stove, refrigerator FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club 90000.
fans. CH&A, well and front Call
ceiling Us.
septic porch.
3/2 MH with 10 of |1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East 7700.
acres pecan grove. FOR THE THRIFTY Mobile home on large lot. Hwy 16E 3 BR. 2 BA, CH&A.
OVER 2 ACRES on SR 16 East. I well and septic 535.000. i'CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' 17000.
ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FOR SALECall us for details. |KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE lots 65'x130' $2,750 ea.
CHURCH ST. well-built 2 BR, 1 BA, c/b, hard-
. -, [ wood floors call1 for appointment to see. 10 ACRES in South ClafCountyrResidentiat-Agrtcutturer$17.900.:: {-15 ACRES HWY 1833000. One mile off 301.
10S.2 BEAUTIFUL ACRES In NE Alachua County. Priced to sell.
CUSTOM BUILT furnished
DOUBLEWIDE on 1 acre -
{OKLAWAHA RIVER: three plus acres $15,000.
10 ACRES in Bradford County. 12th Street. N.E.
| or unfurnished, built-on family room & porch 20 ACRES in NW Bradford County. Very good water. {RIVERBEND ESTATES One acre 4500.

pool with deck, patio, garage, workshop & other 14.05 ACRES SW Bradford County with pecan trees and two wells. {LAWTEY 4 BR, 2 BA 2 story, 1 acre
I extras. I 4.55 AND 2.16 ACRES Near Graham zoned for mobile homes. {NEAR PRISON 8 acres, 20000.
6 ACRES Near Lawtey.
NICE AREA, approx. 2,500 sq. ft. of living area. LAKE LOTS FOR SALE Owner financing Available.CITY After Hours
I LOTS. Two blocks from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16. W. (Pauline Randolph 964-6323
3 BR, 2 BA, brick veneer custom drapes some appliances
LOT NEAR LAKE ALTO Zoned for mobile home. 475-2597
included large family room, has HWY 301 SOUTH Property for sale. Randy Cory

fireplace, formal living & dining room. I COMM BLDG. IN CITY Approx.RENTAL 15.000 PROPERTY sq. ft. floor space. Priced to sell I Anne Terwillegar Nelson 473.7541

with chain link fence 3 BR 1 BA.

Priced to sell at $32,000. Assumable mortgage. I HOUSE FOR RENT Frame 2 BR, 1 BA.

REDUCED TO $21,500 3 BR, 2 BA on 2 lots. Call David Lawson Paint & Body Shop


RETAIL STORE OR OFFICE SPACE can be 2 or 3 US TO WORK FOR YOU !III Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR

units. Owner is willing to lease back. AFTER HOURS: 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133net

STARTER HOME, has 3 BR, 1 BA only $19,500. Wayne Douglas.....964-6593 Howls Ward..........964-7454 I

John Greene.........533-2121 Bill Dodd..9647408irving
Clark..........964-7188 Cindy Kurimay......964-7408
nice home. Call for details.
Tom Bem.nt..964-6439 Don Hood..6.-1905

*WE HAVE 22 ACRES of living area on 4'/ lots in James Dilts.........964-8629 Patsy iowson......964-6927 J MULCH \

city. $39,500. Assuof beautiful land, fenced, some ..foiAWW Al CYPRESS

pecan & oak. I
*7 RENTALS, reported good income, or use 6 rentals V ==T-= PINE BARKYou

& live in house. Plumbing Supplies From pick-up or We Deliver
1 ACRE Melrose area Lake privileges &

possibly commercial use. Durrance Pump & Supply Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery i

COUNTRY LIVING 2 acres with 3 BR, 1 / BA Cypress Lumber
|* We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed_
[ frame home. Priced much lower than appraisal. 964-7061 964-6649
I JUSJOl North. 14 N.Tempi Av...Star$ : Fto

on 1.13 acres with fenced yard. Assumable mortgage

if qualified.

SMALL FRAME, 2 BR, 1 BA, home in Lake Butler I 1 LOCATION PLUS large enter- *DRASTICALLY REDUCED 5 mm'
[ 15500. taming area, 3 BR 2Vi BA many to Starke, 25 min to Gainesville,
extras Home and grounds Im on paved road. Custom built brick
BEAUTIFUL LARGE HOME ON CRYSTAL LAKE. OUTLAW // buying iir-.it l maculate Sea It and love it. home, 4/4, 3,200 plus sq. ft., pecan

| Call & make appointment to see. """ ... Owner trees and financed.3 acres. NOW 131000.

OVER 7 ACRES ON 301 SOUTH with large C/B, 4 t I I/ .LAKE t-KONT white beach and clearwater -

BR, 3 BA home with building for business. 964-4522 'Desighateo"Appraiser landscaped.2/2 on almost acre'- beautifully *MINI-FARM Between Starke and Lake]

*VERY LARGE OLDER HOME close to school. 4 BR, STADKE. FL. w LAROfc ;:CME-ln city on approx. .9 Butler.4/2 CH4A on 8 ocs. Extras: Large[
/ t acre. 4/2 CH&A, 1900 plus ft. a..um.CB bldg. A large pole barn.
I 2'/j BA, In $30's. Good assumable mortgage, must SUiANNf! KITCHENS mtg. sq. *COUNTRY LIVING on 2 ac. in on

I qualify. almost new C/B home with fireplace. I

L SR 16 EAST Over 2 acres. jou WONG; e LOCATION LOCATION Walk to West of Lawtey.
everything. Neat at a pin and manicured .*PRICE REDUCED to $22.500. 2/2 MH on j jyard.
*SR 16 WEST 3/2 M.H. fully furnished. 2 Br. 1 acre. Many extras.

.* 10 ACRES OF PECAN GROVE with 3/2 M.H. .KEYSTONE AREA Mobile horn with|
lake .... Immaculate. Central
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*2 ACRES with this 3 BR, 2 BA masonry home. In. Next school. Huge fenced yard 3 Br., H B A).

.. I eludes extras. Call for appointment to see. sunken family room w/fireplace, CH/A. *CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS A large Igracious
many f WE HAVE LAND Some with well 11 ACHES IN CITY on Highway Absolutely Immaculate. Price Reduced
brick home, minutes from
I BROOKLYN LAKE Beautiful view from this A septic tank. Building lots 16W. city water B sewer available. to $59.000. Starke and Heights.just Shown by j
I recently remodeled cottage. acreage from 1 acre and up. Some 2 story home 4 BR. Vft BA. *EXCELLENT BUY 17500. 3/1, wcarappointment.Keystone. |
with owner financipg._ $100.000. Best HURRY I
port. area. *HOMEMAKER'S DREAM 3/2, CHSA |
*2 STORY home in town p $34,500. PERFECT IN-LAW HOUSING or 2 above Dbl garage.'A 20 X
ground pobl.
THE CNOWIM. You will
*3 BR MOBILE HOME -.on 1 acre. 18000. I love the this home offers. 4/3 LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUY In city, families. 2 nice homes on 1 large lot. 25 upstairs room to be completed to I
privacy ;neat 2 BR from home. $24.500.COMMfRC Separate living but close enough to hove BR suite. All this I
LOTS JOINING GOLF COURSE with frontage on 2.100 sq. ft. plus an extra large garage __ check each other. North of your own private
keep a
138acres. $66.000.
outstanding features on 1.76 i u. Mk v> Many uses. only
j Hwy 230. I I Brand New Carpet. N. Water St. 25000. Storke. *COMPLETELY REMODELED frame!

*2 LOTS IN TOWN PRICED TO SELL. .INVESTORS Plnesong S/D. Paved *PRICE REDUCED 3 BR brick home on home, excellent condition on 1\V> acre. [
*EXECUTIVE LIVING on stocked Joke New throughout, 3 telling fans.
*2 BR, 1 BA kitchen equipped, frame & brick I large swimming pool large lot on paved rood through property. Owner financ 3.64 acre, newly walls renovated, window kitchen. ENERGY carpet EFF. "A" FRAME 4 BR. 2
ing. CHSA paneled picture ,
and I street with sidewalk. Brick home with Bath 2 CHA. pool t
with nice : fireplaces
home carport garage. I house Is nestled amid 8 pecan trees. many
2,20Dsq.ft.3BR.2BA.large.nter *NEW RETAIL/PROFESSIONAL
*SAMPSON LAKE SHORES Call for a showing. I over Owner is ready for an off.. extras on 2 acres. Only $57,000.
taming area. Many other amenities. BUILDING with plenty of parking and *KEYSTONE AREA. 5 Acre-tract reduced
with doublewld Excellent
*49 ACRE FARM Call for a showing. CONVENIENT.. TO PRISONS-2 BR. 1 BA positive>> cash flow located in the busiest condition.10 ACRES from $15.000 to 12500.

HAMPTON Fenced 5 acres with large frame I on 1 acre 12 x 32 utility bldg. Priced to section of Stark .COUNTRY HOVE you've dreamed of *EXECUTIVE LIVING Country Club |
Isell $29.900. *WILL ESTABLISHED commercial owning. It has everything I 4/2 over 3BR 2 BA brick home 2-car garage
*NO THRU TRAFFIC on a court 3/1, building across from Community Bank. 2.000 sq. ft. Price just reduced $2..000.many. amenities.
*GOLFVIEW SUBDIVISION lots available owner I C/B In town central heat 1 air. 'hardPrke has been drasticolly REDUCED to
We Invite On Our Other Properties
move property.
finance. wood floors only $41.400. .
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f Starke Want Ads.. ., t' .eystone; Heights Ads..- .

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ol Whispering Pines Car Ctr. LPN's Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn efficiency apartments, I or 2 BR, to the lake Region Monitor of.
ft RN's. Call Elaine Slocum. 9646220. Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone CHEVY 4x4 PARTS: V, ton anything you 1980 VW PICKUP Air, four speed. call 4732919. 1/1 tfnchg fica In writing and paid In advance

EOE. 12/5TF 9647498. 9/16 tfn need-Axles, front or rear auto $1800. 4737989. Itchg 1/8 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per unless credit Is already established?

REAL ESTATE LICENSING, only 4 weeks. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 tronim., transfer cases 2 different 1976 CADILLAC 71,000 miles Trailer month. Partially furnished. Keystone with this office

Call 1-755-4040. N. Flo. R.ol Estate College BA opt. For more Information call Lake types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts pack electric brakes, air shocks and area. 4732026. 1/1 tfnchg MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD

73TFNGOVERNMENT Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity Call 9645812. TFce hitch. 17 MPG. 4732252. $1,650 firm. LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN

JOBS. $16.040 Housing. 6/7 tfnchg NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. Itpd 1/8 Retired or handyman caretaker couple CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER

159.230/yr. Now hiring. Call ROOMS FOR lENT Magnolia Hotel $8 Measures 24x34". 25 cents each Great preferred. $200 to $275 mo 473.7269 or THE TELEPHONE.
per night. From $35 per week. Discount for patching and TELEGRAPH Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m. priorto
I 805 687 6000 Ext. R-5504 for current repairs. FOR SALE 376-7749 or 3788622. 1/1 tfnchg
f.d.ralli.t. 12/11 8lpd 2/5 offered for longer term. Apply in per 135 W. Call St. 964.6305. FOR LEASE -1, 2, & 3 bedroom energy.1. Thursday publication.
son. Magnolia Hotel, Walnut St. across ROLLS OF HAY $25.$20. All hay under Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50.
THE CITV OF STARKE Is occ.pting applications : PIANO FOR SALE Wanted ficient apartments. .75.'048 or
from Post Office. TF : Responsibleparty word thereafter
barn west side of 16 then 15 cents for each
for the position of Laborer large on Hwy to assume small monthly 475-2052 between 7 am.10 p.m. I/I
Newly about 7 miles north of Starke toward
for Street Deportment. Must b.at least 2BR-IBA MH Close '
decorated everything furnished laundry payments on piano. See locally. Call to town V acre
18 years of og. Apply City Hall Mer- facilities Included. Video room prison. Order your hay and leave It Manager at 618.234.1306 anytime. wooded corner lot. $245 month with PERSONAL SERVICES
rell Dees office. I/I 2tchg 1/8 under my barn until I you need It.
available. Will accept on. child, no 3tchg 12/31-1/15: option to buy. 4732730. Ill tfnchg
THE CITV OF STARKE I. accepting op. Delivery available at extra charge. Ar G.E. IS FOOT MOBILE HOME for sole rent
pets Palm Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. Upright freezer $75. or on Deer mobile
thur Gaskins 782-3727 964.6167. PRESSURE WASHING Houses, r
plications for the position of Finance) Lake
475-1416. 1/8 Springs 473-2252. 1/8
Itpd Itpd
Starke 32091.511 TF 10/30 homes pools, decks, sidewalks. Free
Director Minimum Qualifications: Applicant tfnchg ONE
shall have hod at least 4 yearst ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS HAY: ALICIA $25 p.r roll at farm. 473.7 BEAGLE<161. 8 18HOUSES month old male $40. 1 BR COTTAGE on Silver Lake In estimates Call Rob 4733590. 1/1
AVAILABLE for as little a* $50 per miles olStarke Itchg Keystone Heights AC. fireplace. LAWN
experience as a full charge bookkeeper Delivery available. 7 west $250 MOWING Trimming edging.
for a Municipality or County week or $200 per month which include on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gaskins. per mo. 1-247-1604. 12/18 tfnchg Coll Th. Lawn Barber. 4733590. Free
all utilities and Call
Government or hold a bachelor no deposits. 964 8356. 11/13 tfnchg FOR SALE Estimates 1/1 tfnchg

degr. In accounting or auditing. Sub. 964.5139 Avenue or 964-8173 or drop number by 314 six N., 5 HP KAWASAKI GO-CART like n.w. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING -

mit resume to Personnel Director City Tempi apartment $390. <884B or 4733627. 11/20 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR, 2 BA CB House out of level?Call LaRue Leveling
next to the Tenneco Station downtown
of Storke. P.O. Drawer C. Starke Flo. Slorke. 11/6 tfnchg tfnchg house, one block from schools, UNCLE ROY'S Mobile Homes King of Service, for all your foundation Prepairs.
32091. PINE FIREWOOD FOR SALE You load. $5 58000. Make offer C.B. Isaac 4737721. I/I
1/1 4tchg 1/22 12 X 6S MH 3 BR, 2 BA. $250 per month. Realty Service since 1946. 5% down. Select tfnchg
DEVELOP AND MANAGE YOUR OWN 964.4238.11/20 tfnchg per pickup load. Totum Sawmill. 4752199. 1/1 tfnchg models sold at cost. Free phone-in FURNITURE ft ANTIQUE Refmishing.

HOME DEMONSTRATION BUSINESS RENTALS AVAILABLE 3/1. $250: 2/1. 782.3690. 12/18 tfnchg NEW HOME on Hutchinson Rd. 3 BR, 2 credit. Featuring Homes of Merit, Hand rubbed oil finish. Call Joc .

selling beautiful Indoor hydro-culture $175: 1/1. $235 includes utilities; I/I, PRICE WARM? II I Slashed 50% I Our best BA CH/A, wall to wall carpet lake ac Skyline, Fleetwood and Liberty. 4732521. 1/1 HnchgVISAMASTERCARD

plants. Excellent commissions plus $165; Tiffin C Owens/Brokers. large flashing arrow sign $289. c.... 36500. Financing available Only at Uncle Roy's in Ocala. Get Your Cord TO.
volume rebates. Call collect for more 964.5065.1/8 ItchgAT Lighted non-arrow $2791 Unlighted 473-4876. 4tchg 12/24.1/8 351.8514.4tchg 1/8.29 DAY I Also New Credit Card NO ONE
Free letters! See Call to. BY OWNER Large 3/1 bath with den REFUSED) Call 1.518.459.3546 Ext.
Information. Fensmore ((305) 8862367. THE COVE: I/I $165; effec.. $140 S239I locally. YOU PAY SALES TAX tog and title.
lean 87-02 plus $50 electric hookup all furnished. day! Factory: 1 ((800)) 423.0163. love, refrigerator washer/dryer Move in today. Free credit check by C-3339A. 24 hours. 3tpd 12/11.18 & 1/8 I

HELP WANTED Dependable help for 2 Tiffin a Owens/Brokers. 9645065. I/8Itpd anytime fcon 87-01 dishwasher fireplace. $35,000 small phone. Only at Uncle Roy's, Ocala. WILL DO BABYSITTING In my home
children ages 283. for a minimum of FARMALL 140 TRACTOR fair condition equity and assume LOX interest mortgage 3518514. 4tchg 1/8.29 anytime. All ages. Call Debra

3 days week (afternoons) while I no equipment. $1500. 964-6943. 1/8 473.7619.4tpd: 1/8-29 4732492. Itpd 1/8
per APT. FOR RENT 1 BR. $175 per mo. No .. NEW 14 X BO'S 3/2. $13.995. Only at Uncle -
do bookwork. Must have own pets. Call 96<5276 or apply in person Itpd 2 BR-, 1 BA -- -- Roy's. Ocolo. 351.8514. 4tcfig 1/8.29
transportation. Call 964-7323. 1/8 Itpd at 403 N. Walnut St. 1/8 Itpd SMALL REFRIGERATOR. $50: Dearborn CH/A screen porch carport MISCELLANEOUSPACK

EXCELLENT INCOME for port-time ham APT. FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom Duplex apt., go. heater $125, 1970 Karman Ohio utility. room 1 lot has& large garage, on 2'iacres. HELP WANTED
assembly work. For Info call $300. Call? 964.5356. 11/11 Itpd utility pole for trailer
unfurnished Coll after 5 p.m. hook-up with RAT Buy sell and trade collectible
504.641.8003, Ext. 9579. 1/8 Itchg PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsibleparty septic tank. 3 miles East
9648566. 1/8 Itpd of Keystone EXPERIENCED NURSERY SUPERVISOR items and antiques. Used furniture,
AIRLINE JOBSI) $17.747 to $63.459/Yeor. ROOM B BOARD. Meals, laundry to assume small monthly 473-4589 after Height 5 on 1/8 Hwy 100. Coll Sundays & nights for church. Call glassware, jewelry and much more.

Now hiring Call JOBLINE toiletries. $60 per week. 9644833. I 1/8 payments on piano. See locally. Call p.m. 2tchq 1/15 473-3829 Mon Wed Fri, 95. 2tchg Come see for yourself. One mile east
1-518.59.3535 Ext. A 3377. For info 24 Itpd manager at 618.234-1306 anytime. 1/1 1/8.15 of Keystone Heights on Highway 100.

hrs. 1 1/8 31pd 1/22 FURNISHED 2 BR MOBILE HOME on Grif- 3tchg 1/15 BRADFORD UMEROCK SALES ] HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED One day per 4732183. 1/1 tfnchg

COUPLES NEED AN EXTRA $1000 or fis loop. $13S per month plus $100 5 RADIAL 15" TRUCK TIRES with rims and Ph. 7823172Mon. thru Sat. | week $5 hour. 4732877. White Sands BAR STOOLS Glass top wrought iron

more per month? 3 nights per week deposit. 964-8704 after 5pm. hubcaps. (New). $300. 964-6943. 1/8 Lake area. Itpd 1/8 dinette set 2 recllners. 4732252. Itpd

can earn that! No retail selling. Craigor weekdays, anytime weekends. 1/8 llpd Fill Sand Drainjield Rock,
Marie 7823790. 1/8 Itpd Itchg CHARLOTTE'S WEB, BIG ANNIVERSARY
1 DIESEL MECHANIC to help maintain GENEVA ESTATES loaded with charm. SALE I am 1 year old this month. ..All Top Soil- I FOR SALE

small fleet of tractor trailers. Must be Keystone Area Bradford Co., 3 Immense green tags $1 I. yellow & orange tags White Sand for Ponds j Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work

experienced, willing to work and have BR, 2 BA, fireplace, galley style 50% off. My way of saying 'Thanks' ,,

I tool. Call 964.6619. 1/8 Itchg kitchen, CH/A. $450 per mo. Fran Stark. 138 N. Water St., 964-7100. 1/8 Backhoe Bulldozer
APPLICATIONS now being taken for full- Rossano owner/agent. 4751678. 1 1/8 3tchg 1/22 ,
time experienced small engine tfnchg THE MARKET PLACE OF' BAKER CO. invites 1124TfNI 964.6182.964

J mechanic. Apply in person at Bryan'sAce PINE FOREST APTS. 3 BR opts now avail. you to join us to sell or buy. Vendors I -, .
Hardware, Palmetto S Nightingale Call 95 Mon thru Fri. 9646312. 1/8 welcome. Free booth. For further Help ill

St, Keystone Hgts., Mon thru Fri. 1/8 tfnchg information call 259.2048 or 2592774. Save Energy ft $$ I Tim's Custom Cabinets '
Itchg CLEAN FURNISHED TRAILER. 2 BR, Open Sat. 8 Sun. 1/8 Itchg Install Custom
GOVERNMENT JOBS! Now hiring in your private lot. No children or pets. GAS COOK STOVE couch and box springs
area both skilled and unskilled. For 964.5739.1/82tpd 1/15 on frame with legs. Call 964.7872. Insulated Windows I N Sw Construction Remod.ling"Cabin.ts

list of jobs and application call ((615)) 2 BR MOBILE HOME. Westmoreland 1/8 Itpd Call *TII Ceilings ;

3832627. ext. J507. fcon B7-04 Trailer Pork. lot 25. 9645219. / Itpd ELEC. RANGE 30' wide self.cleaning Free Estimates

R.N. NEEDED FOR WEEKEND COVERAGEand RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month oven, gold color, timer & all ac Homes Beautiful
call. Must have good dependable and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- cessories. Excellent condition. $225. 964-6766 Call Tim Thompson

transportation. Call 964-8772, UpJohn Owner at 964.5069 or 964-4048 TF 7823013.' l/82tchg 1/15 f 444-4380 Shoo 944-6238 Eves T

Healthcare Services. 1/8 I Itchg CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. On 24 hrs .. Financing
1' R.C.A. XL 109 Color T.V.'s 20 sets,
PAINTERS $6 $8 hour Highway 16 W. Close to prison.
to per experienced '
condition. each. rFLORIDA I
$99 60'
good highonl.nna
Permanent full-time. Own 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg rt" CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO.
within Starke. 9647323. FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile tower some line. Coll "
transportation 964.5590. l/82lpd 1'15 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED
1/8 1 tpd homes inside city weekly C monthly.JO EDM .
WASHER i DRYER $200. Good condi "Duality Work, low, low prices .
HOLLY HILL MEMORIAL PARK needs 3 LU Motel C MH Park. 964.8810.6/5 $
more mature men or women to workon TF tion. Call <5253 after 5 p.m. 1/8 THE APTS. (Any Room & Hall) . . . . . . 1485 Scotchgard Available

telephone setting up appointmentsfor 3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Kingsley lake GAS Itchg HEATERS Natural or butane. Specializing In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall. carpet furniture cleaning
our famous pre-need family protection long Pier, AC. Call 964.6491. 9/25 TFN gas end otter bids on commercial work
2 C 3
16.000 BTU. Phone 9646831. 1/8 Itpd Bedroom
program. Part & full-time jobs 2 BR MH furnished $190 per month apartments forrent. Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free advice
FULL SIZE SOFA BED like new paid
I available. Hourly wage plus bonus* $150 deposit. No children or pets. Call Low Income family -
$300 sell for $150 Bunk bed with mattress 964-4997 =
; Call Call
makes this lob most desirable. For 4681323. leave message. 10/30 ttnchg housing RoamlOYU ..__
call 282.0064. 1/8 Itchg ON KINGSLEY LAKE 3 BR mobile home like new paid $200 sell for $75; : Lao s9e.e. Cn.c>r.now sens m local.._>oo>- _..._
} II oppt Sing?. bed with orthopedic mattress xtr>ctiarse se!If.............. CIoet re.eeeie.Remodeled .
Heat S AC. year lease, no pets adults Apply at 922 E.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN WRITING for set $50, Gas water heater $40; Golf Brownl.e St.
i\ the local newspaper? The Telegraph Is only. 5332366. 12/4 TFN bog ft clubs $50, AM/FM car radio Starke. FL

: searching for a person to fill the socialeditors 1 BR COTTAGE on Silver Lake In $20, Atari Video game $50 (with 10 964-7133

; position. The person that we Keystone Heights. AC. fireplace. $250 games). Commodore Vic 20 computerwith
I are looking for should be outgoing and per mo. 12471604. 12/18 tfnchg extras S50. Call 9647078. 1/8
Interested 1E
in community activities. The Itpd : }
shaded lot $185
large plus
use of a camera and computerizedtypesetting on ALUMINUM JON BOAT cushion swivel
$100 security. 96<1-6<179 after 5 p.m. 1/8 laus.outietBROADWAY
equipment will be seats 3.9 Mercury outboard motor
necessary. If you have these qualifications Itpd with gas tank Trailer, new tires S
2 BR HOUSE IN STARKE excellent loco.
please send a brief resume to grease buddy fittings $550. 7823013.
P.O. Drawer A, Storke. Flo.. 32091. tion. Furnished or unfurnished. $200 1/8 21chg 1/15

per month plus $100 deposit. 964.0704after ANTIQUE 22 CRACK SHOT RIFLE 2 other '

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY S pm weekdays, anytime) rifle.. 3 antique violins Bean Ideal ft WALTERS
weekends. 1/8
Itchg blue full spread B & D hedge cutter,
elec chain saw & men s 7 diamond
large private lot on Griffis Loop. ring. 964-5629 after 5 p.m. 1/8 Itchg Removal
468-2374 after 6 pm. 1/8 Itchg
CORNER OF Call C Thompson 1

Streets: 2 story masonry building. NOTICE Trimming
Hotel Rooms
Clyde W. Simpson 356-6849.4/IOTF MOBILE HOMES Stump Removal

FOR SALE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Firewood
2,750 sq ft. Hwy 301 S. 964-8848. 11/20
tfnchg to the Bradford County Free Estimate FOR RENTDay
office In and
Telegraph writing paid in
advance unless credit Is
ft., $187.50. $500 per mo.. 6 mo. lease. Wells at A&W Mobile Homes 964.6407or established with this, office. already 473-7097 473-7679
Tiffin A Owens/Broker. 9645065. 1/8 964.6408. 8/14 tfnrw
X $13.995. at Uncle After 5 P.M. Week Month
LOSTFOUNDLOST Ocala. 3518514. 1/8 1/29
Roy's. 4tchg CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Keystone Heights
DOUBLEWIDE 3 BR 2 BA for sale
about $225. $500 down Licensed Insured I MAGNOLIAHOTEL
payments payment
DIAMOND CLUSTER RING Dec.2O Classified, deadline is TUESDAY. "M
free A Just
delivery set-up.
NOON prior to Thursday publication.
at Bradford Square Shopping
credit needed. Ohn's Mobil. Home
Sentimental value. Reward. 9644815. Minimum charge is 15 words for $3.50,
1/8 1 Center Starke, FL 9645606. TFNchg then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
Itchg 1/8 KANE CYCLE
FOUND T.V., bast of Melrose on SR 26. HOMES OF MERIT. 24 X 52. 3 BR, 2 BA. REAL ESTATE
Call for further Information. 9644924.Ask REPAIRUS
full kitchen fireplace. Many extras. e New Furniture .
for Alan or Jean. 1/8 4tchg 1/29 Located in Starke. Call 1322.2532 after FOR SALE 301 N 964.5805

5p.m. 1/8 4'peI 1/29

in today. Free credit check by phone. Walnut St. 964-8447. Fred Sackett s4"Parts

LINK FENCE Installed Free Only at Uncle Roy Ocala. 3518514. Broker John Curl. Associate. 12/18 Must See to
I estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. 1/8 4tchg 1/29 TFN AppreciateAcross
i Owner Tommy Reddish. 96<1.8559 tfn
since 1946. 5% down. Select
models sold at cost. Free phone-in
credit. For Home of Merit Skyline,
9646078. Orders also taken In Lake UncleRoy' PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS services for Starke Post OfficeBROCHURES
j Fleetwood A Liberty. Only at
Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights .. Ocala. 3518514. 1/8 4tchg 1/29 weight control, smoking stress, etc.
473.4973.2/26 tfn For help please call 9644433. 10/9

i HANDYMAN: carpentry painting electrical / tfnchg .:!
I complete home repair. I IDodge's Repairs
Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor I I
i Coll Mitch 4733940. 1/9tfn Discount Price for

FAIRFIELD ROOFING: Free estimates. MATHEWS REALTY Land Clearing Service Tires & Batteries

Licensed, Insured and bonded. All i ri
types of roofing and repairs.. 485-1 S56 441 W. Madison 4' -

or 374.1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg Starke. FL 32091.,. i .-..--.----------- -- ---- -_ __ __ __ ___.. T .
I ROOF COATING. Sing?. wides starting REALTOR M-tM9 .:
i at $135. Doublewlde "For COMPLETE Job"'DOZER
starting at $150.One I
\/lasac.Ifatold Eons 51644616 WORK-CLAY*LEVELING
I year guarantee against leak. Sr. PAMPHLETS .
i citizen. discount. Also relevehng done. l SIN TOWN: 2 BR 1 BA. CH. near FILL VE-WAYS ft ROADS .

I Call for free estimates.9644680.1016 1 hospital sm. dn.. owner fin.29900. SITE PREPARATIONLOTS CHURCH BULLETINS STATIONARY _
\ tfnchg I 'LAWTEY AREAi 10 Ac. lots, owner -ACREAGE CLEARED

I EXPERT WELDING farm machinery& all \ financing. Steve Dodge BOOKS FLYERS NEWSPAPERS .

types repairs. Will build anything to ; LAWTEY 12S: 2 BR 1 BA 15 acresplus 904/473-7491 --

your needs. "HAVE WELDER WILL extra septic tank 60000. tl'ape I/>? I
TRAVEL". For more info 6 free [ CRYSTAL LAKE HOME SITES:

I estimates, call ROLLINS 904-964-7499 Beautiful brick veneer 4 BR. 2 BA on 2 Our Special -
keep trying. II/20ltpd, 11/27tfnchg large lots close to lake 90000.

EUNICE'S TRACTOR SERVICE: Fill dirt I W. PRATT ST.. 3/1 CH/A. stove.i .

lime rock spreading avail. Disking ft i refrlg.. microwave oven. ceiling fan. 1,000 Business Cards .

1 mowing. Contact J.D. Eunice, 964-8230. $38.500. Reduced to 36000. .

12/18 4tchg 1/8 'LAWTIY AREAs Owner will finance '
I Raised Letters Black Ink
t WILL REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and this 3 BR. 2 BA. brick ,
f reeiers In my shop. I buy sell or trade gorgeous 2.000 sq. ft. Interior '
used appliances. 4962090. 12/25 tfn veneer over .
( 1 decor that must be seen to op- : I I
WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME weekdays $1095ty
II C much more S
i preciate. 9.74 acre
I any hours. Experienced with Infants.
$120.000 to )
, References. Call 9648672. 1/8 2tpd 1 Price reduced from s plus tax

I OVERWEIGHT 1/15 AGAIN New weight loss > 105000.lAWTCY AREA: 3 BR, 1 8... CH/A. Call 9845764BRADFORD

group starting soon. Teaches Behavior acre. 39000.
.I Modification and Positive Mental At- .lAIClaunERI 3 BR. 2 BA. CH/A. .

titude. Our goal permanent .11......... large lot, only $41.500. -

6 week class. Cost $S to |loin $3 per HWY lOOfj lot with old house, well PRINTERS

; week. Day evening classes. Call for 8 septic tank approved. S7.000.

info. Marie 782.3790. 1/8 Itpd Rental Income Property .

I. < PRESSURE WASHING roof., gutters EDWARDS RD. Approx. 4 acre with it 110 W. Call Street Starke 9645764.w..1. -r.egos

eves.. houses. patio, etc. Also house- dbl/wide duplex plus frame house.

pointing. Reasonable rate*. CoIl Joe f Excellent income..Only $69.500.
9644569. 1/81 tpd

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OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACILocol.d Friday. We pick-up and d.llv.rolmo.1
In Union County Tim* anything. Call 4963807. 12/4
& ,. 4t.t'sei 1/29
Ate building. Call for Information 9t/pd.
4962261. tIn.
OFFICI SPACE n.ar court house In Lake
-'<'< ...,.' Butler. Call 4963004. 1/8 Itchg. CAREER

INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. upholstery sewing for Anderson Industries
Main Str..t, Lake Butler, 4963978. Is being offered at Lake City
Complete Insurance S.rvlce.10 tin Community College. Classes meet on
Monday and Thursday night from 6 to 9
HELP WANTED p.m., beginning January 19. Persons
Interested In possible, employmentafter ,
training should contact Terrl
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS earn Ballance at 755-5919, 703 N. Marlon
dY opportunity. w. offer 2 weeks paid Street Lake City Fl, 1/8 2tpd. I/IS
vacation, 3 paid holidays, Insurance
: plan,profit snaring.Apply In person at
S Lak. Butler Apparel. Experience MOBILE HOMES
helpful,but not required.We will train.
ti ari 2tchrg 12/31 to 1/8.
In 1/2 bath central heat and air. Must
& J Saw Shop worthington Spring.
Call or tome by 496.2534. liB 2tchg see to appreciate. 6000. Call
: IllS 4960071. 12/4 tfn/chg.
$4.00 an hour. Call Barbara IO.OOO. Call 4963193. 1/8 4tchg. 1/29
1(800)722-5245.( ) Itchg. 1/8 12' x 60'CRAFTMADE MOBILE HOME Two
MALE OR FEMALE for clean up and detail bedroom, 1 both C.ntral heat and air
work. Must be at least 18 years old and has two eMpandos. $6,000. Call
} t be agile. Call 4963004. tfn/chg. 1/8 4963377. Itpd. 1/8
: FULL OR PART-TIME Pr.f.r mature per-
son. Call 496-3714 or 496.3698. Lecanto NOTICE
Tofu Shop. 1/8 2tchg. 1/15

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
FOR RENT to the Union County Times office
In writing and paid In advance
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE unless credit Is already establishedwith
located In Union County Times Buildingat this office.
150 West Main. Call 496.2261, for THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
more Information tin
----- nlshed, all electric central heat and THE TELEPHONE.

Explorers Honored... air park private playground.paved Near road schools laundry, hasp.and, Classified NOON prior deadline to Thursday Is publication.TUESDAY.
The Explorer Scouts of Post 460 in Bradford County were honored by Left to right in the back are; Assistant Advisor Cheryl Douglass.Sponsor state facilities.PINES SR-121 east Lake Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50,
I inrmberH of Bradford County Rescue Service. Cliff Chapman, Assistant Advisor Norman Dowdy, Advisor Dan Cud. Butler. Call 496.2366 Two childrenmax. then 15 cents for each word thereafter
From left to right in front: Vice President Derrick Dowdy and President 1- dmgton, Assistant Ad\lsi Sylvia Kirkland and Secretary Sharon u..h.I ., and no pets chg/tfn 11/13
Kim Dukes. COUNTRY LIVING Small two bedroom REAL ESTATE
mobil. home. $130. a month. Larger
two bedroom mobile home for $165. a
month. Call after 5 P.M., collect LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY
I Local Scouts Honored by BSA (9047265314.) Itpd. 1/8 ? If I don't hove It, I'll find itJust
refrigerator or stove. $175 a month 496.2126 or 4962903. eves. "YOUR
plus $150 deposit. Call 4963738. 1/8 UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn
The Boy Scouts of America has area to win this award two consecutive The Post provided shelter manage- Olustee Battle the Fernadina Beach 2tchg. 1/15
awarded Bradford County's Medical years.Explorer ment during last year's Hurricane Shrimp Festival, the Bradford County THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME with HOMES
Explorer Post 460 with "National Post members have Elena.Post members are also train- Fair the district Special Olym- large living room and bath on 1 acre of
I Honor Unit Recognition." taken a Red Cross course in disaster ed in CPU and First Aid which allow- pics meet, the Hercules Auction theWoman's land outside of city limits, off SR231. GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
The Bradford Explorer Post 460 is management that has allowed Post ed them to set up first aid stationsfor Club Antique Show as wellas For Information call 7523138. 1/8 repair). Delinquent tax property.
the only Post in the North Florida 460 to assist in hurricane readiness. functions such as the annual several other functions during the Itchg. Repossessions. Call 1(805)687.6000( )
year. DO YOU NEED A HOME? Two bedroom list.
for current
GHI136 repo
The Post has also assisted victimsof mobile, home. Call 496.3939. 1/8 4tchg. Ext.
11/20 8tpd.
house I fires this year by providing 1/29 TWO BEDROOM HOME ON 3 ACRES with
food clothing, lodging, medical owner financing and low down pay
needs and anything else vital for the ment. Call 496-3939 1/8 4tchg. 1/29
1 families The Explorers appreciatethe
for assistance in -
Econo Lodge FOR SALE
providing lodging for those families FLORILAND '
burned out :
t The Post acknowledges the effortsof REALTY IB PLANTS FOR SALE AT MARTIN'S FRUIT
parents and friends who have FARM Bare root: persimmons $8.appl..poor.flg ,
given their time to make the Post 964.7700 REALIOR" $2.75, peachnectarineplum -
outstanding. Among these were Nor 393 N, Temple Ave.Vernle $2.25. blueberry 75 cents. Con-
TOM .r man Dowdy, Cheryl Douglass and f.Odom Broker-CRI tamer grown: persimmon $12 apple'pear
MOp WUIU ., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kirkland. A I -peach-nectarine.dogwood'
myrtle $S
redbud golden rain-crepe !
BEEF special thanks to Ciff Chapman and blueberry $2. Closed Sun
Pi $3
suN p 11 the Board of County Commissionersfor INVESTMENT PROPERTY Real flexible days.grape 497.2621 Ft. White.
1 sponsoring the Post so the ser- with qualified buys PIANO Wanted: responsible party to
vices could be provided to the community FISHING IN BACKYARD 2/2 Brick assume small monthly payments on
p CH/A. 3 plus acres. piano. See locally. Call manager at
Paramedic Dan Cuddington was PRICE LOWERED Mlddleburg area. 618.234.1306 anytime.. 3tchrg 12/3110
U.S. 301 South Starke 964.6071A. also presented with an 'Award of 32s acre In country. 1/15
BtLli .. ..A.... Merit' for outstanding citizenship in e'/r ACRE CITY 2/1 (Bedrooms
mjrnm mm mm mm the(community and his participationin new) stove refrig., near schools.ell <
scouting. Dan is the advisor for X 70 MOBILE HOME plus small
SHUEHERE! LHtAssorted ISt: L I Explorer\ Post 460 and has been withit cottage. Lot xl.. 100' X 115'.
since its origin two years ago. SAMPTON LAKE CH/A, 3 BR maser ,
mobile home Vt acre shady lot,20'X

VII HI iH ..... bldg.10' screened, carporch porch attached, metal storage, w/d

finance. Bread will retain its original quality
hookup owner for two to three months if left in the
T-Bone or Grade UA"Porterhouse "Beautify Your LOTS IN CITY Conerly Estates,
wrapper and stored in the home
Graham. |
PORK Home"licut
Fresh Whole elN CITY 17'/. acres,owner finance freezer.
Brick Siding

FRYERSExtra Cut Stone
STEAK : SidingAluminum #444..DWon 1/20c.ln town Lowtey,
Siding great location, low down, good

$119 ) 63 CallHomes V f terms.445--S( ) Mobil. home sites at Deer

I Ib. $299 Beautiful Run.ac. lots.Each has set-up Included. 1 plus

Family PackBoneless lb. 964-6766 398..21 plus oc.. 4/2 stucco home,
24 hrs. -- Financing ,t? $65.000.
Fresh Center Cut f See our commercial, motel w/apts.,
Sliced Free Mt. Hekla e volcano in Iceland l> acreage, and farmettes listings.
Ground Pork known to have erupted 20 times.
Sirloin Tender- Lorraine Champion, Broker _

Steak loins Beef Chops 'STROUT,wearw..re,64E,51 *

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lt\ !\Iul'kI.Itdlin In the Sunshine stale have been
very friendly and made Ulna umveu ul Lisa uauiiavntiairpoit
ltd Staff Writer rne feel right at home." Dec. 27 and attended a 4-H
It wits! a special! holiday season for Gina spent most of her time with This coming year teens from the party in Gainesville to welcome the
I Minnesota 4-H student Gina Gross a new friend Lisa Mosley, daughter of Bradlord-Alachua area will travel to visitors to the area
warm, sunny Florida vacation, Don and Barbara and a loth grader Minnesota to visit lamiles in that
thanks to a unique 4-H student exchange like Gina The two had a great time area on similar visits to exchange The students traveled lo Disney
program that gave her the during Gina's week here and plan to ideas unique to their area ol 4-H interests World Dec. 30, a trip high on the list f
chance time, to visit our state for the first exchange visits: in the future. and see how agricultural peo- for all of the visiting students. On i ,
ple in that area operate their farms New Year's a party was held for the
"It's wonderful here, I like it lot so and ranches students in Gainesville and on Jan. 2
Gina stayed with her host family, tar," Gina said last week as she they look a trip to St. Agusline where
Don and Brabara Mosley of Brad- prepared to for a trip to St. many ol them saw the ocean for the
lord County, where she learned whatit Augustine and the east coast Gina is quite an equestrian lirst time.
is like to raise farm animals in seashore for the first time. "The hersell. She is a member ol the Minnesota All in all it was an experience they
Florida (much easier, no cold or weather is great (it's in the upper High School Rodeo Team andis will never forget and a good introduction : Ll __ I
snow, accordlg to Gina) and look 20's and 30's right now in Minnesota) also interested in raising horses, to the area for students _
several fascinating side trips tha and so dillerenl here. We've had a rabbits and lists Jr. leadership, who might have never had the __
gave her a good chance to see the lot of fun so far. It's been a great experience veternary science and photographyas chance to visit if not for the exchange -
natural and! mnn-mnrto ntlrnrlion for mo The people here her interests in school program aR wzi

I 2.5 Million Tax Packages Mailed in This AreaNearly

2.5 million north and cen- hid that your lax forms this year returns were prepared by lax practitioners payers with no dependents whose
tral Florida taxpayers will soon be are very similar to those; filed in the will receive post cards with taxable income is less than $50,000
receiving their federal income tax past because most of the j j
changes do address labels in lieu of tax earned from wages salaries and Sntlm .r
packages, according to James J. not take effect until after 1986." packages. This step was taken to tips, and having no more than $400() in
Ryan, Internal Revenua Service Taxpayers will receive either the save printing and mailing costs of interest. -i.
district director for Jacksonville. Form 1040 or Form 1040EZ and tax packages that normally are not i'tH
"The new tax reform act makes 1040A package depending on which used Ryan noted. Form 1040A( may be used by taxpayers _
sweeping changes in our tax laws form they tiled last year. Some individuals "The U.S. Postal Service usually with taxable income ol less
that will affect all taxpayers" who file business returns begins delivery ol all tax packagesto than $50,000\()) in wages, salaries, tips,
states Ryan. "However, you will and some who file Form 1040 whose"HOW'S taxpayers alter Christmas," unemployment compensation, interest A
Ryan said. "Most people should or dividends. The form may
have their form packages by the last be used to claim some adjustmentsto
week ol December or in early income, such as the deduction lot
THE FAMILY? January." Tax packages! are mailed a married couple when both work,
out according to how the individual IRA contributions, tax credits for
NEW YEAR CAN BE A TIME tiled the previous year. child and dependent care expenses _
If taxpayers need additional forms 11
FOR IMPROVEMENT and political contributions. -
or a different form and instructions, ,
Rev. Ed KirklandHere they can use the order blank in their Although these taxpayers cannot I '- :: -

lax package. Taxpayers who itemize deductions, they can claim Fast Friendship...
we are in a brand new year 1987. If you're like me, you just got haven't received their tax packagesby their charitable contributions .
used to writing 1988 instead ol 1985 on your checks. But now, it's time to January 15, and/or need lax Form 1040A. Itruilloiil! ('olllll)' 4-11 member Lisa blaAlcy tat light) is ..t'lId.1'01'. 1twe.'k
start all over again. forms can get them by calling IRS I filed with fun aUivilics) with her Itt'rl.it'ud iin.i (.TUSH lioin Minnesota.

Chances are that many of you made all kind ol promises to yourself last loll-free, at 1(424-FOKM( or can Form 1040) is lor those taxpayerswho ; .
week We usually call them "Resolutions". Things like "I WILL lose 50 go into their local IHS office Tax itcmi/e deductions, claim liilla came ID Flotilla us part ol u 4-H student. evrhanne( pio)>ruin in
pounds in January". There's nothing wrong with the idea ol resolutions forms are available at most banks special I credits and adjustments or uhiih .slndfii, spend a \\"I'kilh a 1-IIIlIlIil\, olliri parts o'l Ihecouiili -
though. The problem is sometimes we bite off too big a chunk at one lime, post offices and libraries. are required to use the term becauseof .\ In h'lIl'u and ultsei've h.m1' do! limits( "ilown south".
or make them too nebulous-too undefined. The 1040KZ, consisting ol only 11 their filing status, income level or II wasn't nil file on Ilielaim during| (iina's slay. hoses"I'. Mie and Lisa
I want to suggest some resolutions lor your marriage And family. These lines, is designed for single tax source of income. hit Imleil trips /lo IismV'i>i III and (lie scashoi us well.
are simple, require minimal time and best t ol all, no money (a needed rest
after December). Consider the following steps: 1 hly'y (t w r 1 ,;, r- ft'1;
1. TAKE TIME TO REVIEW. Look over your marriage and f family withan ,
obectiveand honest eye. Ask yourself things like, "Am 1 happy in my + ,
marriage?", And also, "Are my children learning and growing as I feel iM
they should?". i j .a +
More than just looking at everyone else, look at yourself: too. Are you y ? ? I "
happy with yoursell? Are you accomplishing: things with your lite? Did >1i
you make progress over last year to become a better person? s ,
Don't pretty things up, nor stretch them out of hand The key is to be i : (
realistic in your evaluation. Improvement cannot come until I you know
what areas need work. Also, take special note 01 the things that are going
particularly well. Hold on to these and they will help you keep a balanceon
the whole situation. 1 lJ lJ't I IlJ

2. DECIDE ON NEEDED ACTION. Anyone who is honest: has room for !
improvement in his or her personal life, marriage and family. And, to f v i _: /
make changes you need a plan. Make the steps simple and specific: For i
instance, if your plan is to lose 50 pounds: in January you will become Il 1'
discouraged and qUIt. But, it you make it more realistic by spreading it
out into the year and taking it in smaller amounts, you just: might make it
Other improvements require the same kind ol plans. For instance if
the romance has gone out ol your marriage what are you going to do to .
"relight" it? Plan some evenings out without the kids( Plan some short s / .1 t '
trips if you can afford to. You must make the time together to keep your y\ rx ( '1 fl 'i
romance alive, it won't just happen.
Whatever the need whether it is your marriage I finances, selfesteemor
children unless you set down and make a plan, you will accomplish no "a >t
I more this year to correct the problem than you did last: year. Don't let c' '
that happen. And it' you will convince your husband or wife to read this :: 1 alPr
and work on the evaluation and plans together, it will bring you closer v
together. Not only that, but it will make the linal step much easier to do }q
and give it a much greater chance lor success y t rltr
3. ONCE YOU HAVE A PLAN DO IT'! The lact whatever problemsyou
discovered will probably not go away by themselves. If you're marriage .
is at the point you may not be together when 1988! rolls around, then c
go get help. There are plenty ol sources around. Don't let your pride cost .
you a marriage. i 1
Maybe you feel like you're just at the end and you don't know what to do n i I
I with your kids. The same advice holds true go gel some help. They don't
J know how to raise themselves. 'i
Many of you can improve your marriage and family relations by taking
time to do these simple steps I have outlined II you come up with a _
workable plan, use it. If you need professional guidance, gel it. There's no .
better lime to get started than right now. Be able to look back and say, y- -,-',' ,- ". .. -- .
"Yea 1987, that's when things changed lor the better at my house" -
Ed Kirkland is pastor of the Kingtley/ Lake Baptist Church located just All Smiles...

west of Camp handing on the corner of S.K. 16 and Mary Dot Lane al It was u happy I'all.Iu"l (lie Kenneth Larsen fannh) (lining file the Idadloid Jo'ulllilv Kestauianl 11\l Sl.ukr irsiili-ms. .Mi. and .\11.,.
Kingsley Lake. For advice on a family need/ lo be answered In this cot. holidays, Hunks lo Ihe gl'nrrouily of luu SI.like icsKlciiis.Mr. Steve Denmaik and Stet a \Wiitelieuil.:
umn. send your question to.; HOW'S THE FAMILY?, in cure of: Kin&fo,,>' uml Airs: Larsen bate adopted sit dulilieii sill lering|{ from Each l'hihla... peanut uilli. u gill( ut the |>uilOne ul" Hie
Lake Baptist Church 6337 Seminole/ St. Starke. FL. 32091. Names/ad the crippling disease Spun liifiila uml tuieil. foi them ii i'i' the dlih"11110; absent .fiom the picture anil i is lecupei.itmn MIItessfulh -
dresses are not printed. in addition from hack surgery
years! U..h' itmisix ihililifii in u laifie hUII""III'al'llI-
laclien. The l.urseii's Tour l hugs, no! shown line, also Ilelpout ('onsl.inllx
The l.aisens and Ilii-ir ili.ugeseie( 1(1\1'1111( ('In'1st in.is p.ulut with their uilopleil liiolheis and sisleis.Here's .


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